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THE WEATHER ! VI I ANA : !t t r.'c '.. ; : I Prl 'n: ;:.' M v r'v i! - '.: evt -rr.e r. -ft V'TT'. '!;; !. ; :! 1 tT - a tur- ixwi:i: mi-h;. w . t- und Pr!i ir : .1 .. ; n- - UTE EVENING EDITION 1 r i 1 v. VOL. XXXIV., NO. 4G. A NTIMPEU FOR TUP, IIOMK WITH ALL Tni: LOCAL MAYS. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEB. 15, 1917. PAY AM NKJIIT KT'LL LKASP.Ü Winn TELFlJUAPIIIC Si:iiVICE. PRICE TWO CENTS. Q)rfij 7fn ü ii-j Lb T : ii uu BEND t: v i-Nf Yd Mil VESSELS NORM BP n n ML m b if mh i'i FYPFPT F PHT tArtu 1 r bn IN SEITE öl! ROAD MEHSURE M'Kinley Bill to Repeal the Three-mile Law is Re ported Without Rec ommendation. HASLANGER'S BILL IS KILED BY COMMITTEE Favorable Report on One Per mitting Cities This Size to Build Swimming Pools is Expected. i tit-r;..iti"fia! News ServFe; INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. i :.. The .situation was laid in the state sen ate today for an open fight on the three-mile gtavel law, which prom i.e to divide the political camps in the final oting . Tlie McKinley bill to repeal the three-mile law was reported in the senate without recommendation. At I the same time Sen. Chambers, dem ocrat, introduced a bill repealing the law, and dared republicans to pass it. (lov. Goodrich has advo cated the repeal of the law, but many senators, especially from the rural communities, are opposed, to it. In the house a favorable commit too report was made on Mason's bill to repeal the three-mile law. Plans were laid in the house also for a battle royal oer the Dobynjs highway bill which passed the sen ate. Tib, roads committee aereed to leturn the bill to its original form. giing a state highway coin mission much of the control given county commissioners in the- hill that passed the senate. Schools Can Consolidate. The senate passed a bill proiding for the consolidating of town ami township schools if a majority of the voters shall favor consolidation and killed the Millenheiger bill re iiüring foodstuffs to be sold b -u eight. The McCray bill to legalize trad ing stamp companies was killed by n senate committee. At the same time ilaberman introduced a bill in the house to license trading stamp ompanies. I i'aslanger's bill creating a play ground commission in second class ities. introduced for South Bend, was killed by a house committee. The one which allows cities be tween 40.C-0O and S.00) to build comfort stations and swimming pools jeef-ived a favorable report. GERMANS SCORE GAIN Aihaiue l'or 100 Varel Into the Russian Lines. International New Service : BFKLIN ia wireless. IV . 1.".. An advance of 10'J yards into the Kussbin lines north of the Zloczov Tarnopol railway was announced by the German war otüce today. Six Kussi.m ollicers anil l!7." men were captured. After remaining in the position five hours, during which dugouts and other military works were blown up. the Germans retired to their own lines. Itaidir.g detachments brought in 71 other Russian prisoners. WARNING IS TRACED Koult of Information sent Out by W. W. Iri-e. 1 1. .-ri, .1 1 b-rin i Nervi-e: NFW YOKK. Feb. 15. Another warning to brokers of an impending peace move was today traced to the information sefit out by V. Y. l'rice. Washington correspondent, at tfie leak" Investigation by the house committee here. A short executive session of the otnmittce preceded the hearing to il(y ami it understood the ccm mittte is agreed to close the New York end .f the probe probably thH :. ft rnooi . hum: I uiiangi:i. lnt-rna;icc.il Nv s b'erTlce: Ni:V YOBK. Ueb. 15 The iit-i-h admiralty will permit neutral Te; mship bot. nil from American to Scandinavian ports to put into Uul S fa v for examination instead cf Kirkwall or Falmouth. This an nouncement was made by the Brit iU consulate today. National Drys Score Again in House Report IntTiiutlonfil News ServF . : WASHINGTON, Teb. 1... The movement for nation-wide prohibi tion advanced one step further to nay when the house judiciary com mittee presented a report favoring Submission to the sereral states a constitutional amendment making the United States dry. This amendment, which becomes effective if approved by the legisla tures of two-thirds of the different states, provides that the "sale, man ufacture for sale, transportation for tale and Importation for sale of in toxicating liquors for beverage pur poses in the United States ami all territory subject to the jurisdiction thereof, and exportation thereof, are forever prohibited". A two-thirds vote of the senate and house is necessary to submit this amendment to the state. While the necessary votes could probably be mustered in the senate, the wets claim to control the situation in the house. SUB OPERATIONS TO BE EHEN London of Opinion That Cli max of Tensity Will be Reached in March. Interna tio'jal New Serrlep: LONDON, Feb. 15. Naval olti cers expressed the belief today that Germany's submarine war has not yet reached the climax of its tensity. It was predicted that it may be March before the German subma rine fleet gains its greatest effective ness. The reports received up to date indicate that the German ad miralty lias been unable to extend its submarine operations beyond a limited field. In spite of the elficient preparations which wer? made for them. This is accepted as a high tribute to the effectiveness of the British navy. Wednesday heard of the destruc tion of eight more ships, bringing the total toll from Feb. 1 u; to 1 u 1 vessels of various sizes. These ?0J had an aggregate tonage of more than L'OS.OOO. Further dispatches from Koine, hearing upon the sinking of the United States sailing ship Lyman M. Law were eagerly awaited today. There were eight Americans in the crew but all were saved, and it was indicated by early advices that the vessel was warned. This was the second United Mates ship to be sunk since the central powers opened their drastic submarine war. The United States embassy in Home is making an investigation. That another passenger liner has sailed from Liverpool for New York was indicated by the fu t that 45 Americans left , Huston s'ation on the boat train for Liverpool. The British government refu es, how ever, to allow any sailings to be an bounced at this time. The Ureneh liner Bochambeau. which sailed from New York for Bordeaux on Feb. 4. with 22 Amer icans on board, is lue at the French port today. s.uixms m:sci i:d. ItiternntUMial New Servb-e: Ni:V YOBK. Feb. 15. Uapt. A Dean and four of the crew of the British schooner Bittle Secret, were brought here today on the steamer Olaf Maersk. after a terrific battle with heavy seas, in which they lost their vessel. Gerard to Sail For Home Feb. 27 iMoriKUieiul .Ww SerFe: FAB1S. Feb. 15. Many American t!ags were displayed here today in honor of the arrival of James W. ilerard. former United States am bassador to Germany, who is on his way home. It is expected that the Gerard party will remain here about a week or 1' days, sailing .'mm Spain on tne steamship Infante Isabel on Feb. 2 7. A rousing reception was planned for the American diplomat with representative of the French gov ernment, the United States embassy and the American colony taking part. The party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard, the ambassador's stall und about 50 Americans. fill BILL IS UP 1 DEBATE 111 THE HOUSE Amount Called For is S20, 000,000 Less Than Was Appropriated For Branch Service in 1916. BRYAN AND FOLLOWERS ARE BITTERLY SCORED Place Loyalty to Germany Above Loyalty to America Declares Rep. Gardner of Massachusetts. International News Service: WASHINGTON, Feb. 15. Debate on the army appropriation bill, third an J last of the big preparedness measures besn in the house today. The bill appropriates $247, 0-00, tUO for the upkeep of the army during the next fiscal year. That amount is $20,00Q,U0U less than the army ap- popriatlon last year and $73.000,000 less than the estimates submitted by Sec'y of War Baker. ' The bill carries comparatively little legislation. By omittinff gen eral army legislation from the hill, the house military affaire committee has reait'.imed its faith in the na tional defense act of last session, which for at least another year will continue to be the military law of the land. Failure to make more general preparation for the emerg ency which the country faces with Germany promises to he the inspir ation of some iKorous speeches on the floor from big army men, es pecially advocates of universal mil itary service, lint. Chairman Dent and his colleagues on the military committee insist that scheme to fed eralize the national guard as the second line of the country's defense has not had a fair trial. Drfciiso Act Amended. The national defense act, how ever, is amended in one important particular. The president is author ized in time of emergency, such as at present, to bring to Washington as many ollicers of the general staff corps as he desires. Previously not more than half of these ollicers were allowed to serve here. When the army bill has been passed, the house will have pro vided SGSJ.OOO.OUO for national de fense this session. The other spe cific items are: Naval bill, $rGS, 000.000; fortifications. $60.000,000, military academy, $2.000,000; urgent deficiency for relief of families of guardsmen on border. $4,L'Ö0.0Ö0. Ilr.ru Ii is Scored. Wiliam 'Jennlings I'ran and h!s followers are characterized as those "who place loyalty to Germany above loyalty to America" by Rep. Gardner of Massachusetts in the house dtoy. Declaring that Kryan proposes that we should "present a united front to the enemy by first tearing the nation asunder." in a peace campaign. Gardner accused the for mer secretary of state of appealing to the cowardice that lurks in every man's breast." "This cowardice." Gardner contin ued, "they glorify by calling It "good uill tr men.' and timidly they have ret hristencd "service to humanity." They are trying to goad the people into a campaign in which class will b arrayed against class and race will he arrayed :ic;:iinst race. Smooth toncjued speakers are to bp employed ar.d trenchant pens are to he sharp ened. "The president of th Fnited States, our captain, even now should be nervine: us for the Ftrugtrle. Tly every means in )ii power, he should frown down this campaign of Wil liam Jennings I'.ryan. who Is whis pering to the rank and tile that death awaits them at even- turn, that the cause for which they were enlisted in unjust."' Gardner was replying to a receni speech 1 y P.ep. Moore of Pennsyl vania, in which Moore intimated that a newspaper conspiracy hail been organized to mislead the pub lic in internal relation. TNJUItlUS IWTAU Iiitr;. Uioii.d New Servi e: VOl'NGSTi YN. .. Ke j. 1 ".. John Amon. is years old. died today at the t'ity hospital. Leo Callahan, 1 ears old. is at th same institu tion seriously injured, and two other bo s are painfully hurt as a result of a sled on which they were coasting colliding with a motorcycle. Two More Ships Sent Down by German Subs International News Service: LONDON. Feb. 15. The lhitish steamers Cilicia. ;5,7 30 tons, and the Ferga, nave been sunk in the bar red zone waters, Lloyd's announced at noon today. The crew of the Cilieia was saved hut the announce ment made no mention of the fate of the Ferge's crew. The Cilieia was owned by the International Line Steamship Co., and hailed from Whittby. The Ferga hailed from Cardiff. These two ships brought the toll of Herman U-boats up to 103 since the ruthless submarine warfare be gan on Feb. 1. InLerDrttionnl New Serri.e: NEW YOKK, lYb. The French liner Koohnmbeau has ar rived safely at Bordeaux, it was an nounced at the ot'ice of the line to dav. She carried 'l Americans. FEAR IHOLESA NGOFFO Railroads Heads Meet to De vice Means For Relieving Congested Conditions. International News Servii-e: Ni;V YORK. Feb. 15. Heads of big eastern railroads met here to day in headquarters of the Ameri can Uailway association to devise ways and means of preventing wholesale rotting of toed commodi ties now congested in freight term inals because American ship owners refuse to send their ships to sea in face of the submarine danger. The Lackawanna railroad put into effect today a general embargo on western-bound freight, closing the last avenue of tratlic between the middle west and seaboard points. It is estimated that Chicago is holding CO, 000. 000 bushels of grain for transportation to eastern points. Nearly three times that amount is waiting in country elevators and storages. In every middle western city of any si?e freight is congested. Pittsburgh. liutfalo, Detroit, Cleve land. Cincinnati. Indianapolis and Toledo all are seriously affected. Railroad men today were general ly pessimistic. They declare the railroads already have lost $80,000. 000 in earnings and the end is not in sight. If it continues, they as serted, the nation will soon be face to face with a serious economic situation. WILL EXAMINE THAW Physicians Will Art l'or New York District Attorney. Ii ternationnl New s Servl. e; NEW YOKK, Feb. 1.'. Physi cians acting for the district attor ney of New York, will examine Harry' K. Thaw in the near future. Asst. Dist. Atty. P.lack said today. Thaw is stiii in St. Mary's hospital in Philadelphia, where he has been since he attempted suicide after he learned police were searching for him on a charge of assaulting and attemp:ing kidnaping Frederick Gump, jr., here. INC.miXSi: KATION. International News Service: I? Fit LIN via Sayvillew irelcssi, Feb. 13. The weekly meat ration in Kavaria has been increased by the Bavarian minister of interior, the Overseas News agency stated today. There has been an increase in this city also. LATEST IN THE rKHNCII (SAIN. International News Service: PARIS. Feb. 15. Uy a surprise attack delivered between the Oise and Aisne rivers and French pene trated as far as the second trench line of the Germans, the war ofrice 'announced today. fOMULM IlKPOKT. International News Service: NEW YOKK. Feb. l',. Continua tion of reports that the Amerbm schooner Lyman M. I;iv was s;:i"; by an Austrian submarine was re ceived heie today in the form of a cablegram from Capt. S. YV. Mc Donough. who commanded the es sel. HALTED II Y si II. International New Servbe: PORTLAND. Me.. Feb. l.",. After having been halted off the (oast cf Spain by a German submarine and KAISER SEES SUCCESS FOR ! SUB WIHflE! German Emperor Predicts Blockade Will Hit England Harder Than Anything Since War Began. DECLARATION HELD ANSWER TO NEUTRALS Latest Protest Against Ruth less U-boat War Sent Berlin by the Scandi navian Countries. Iiiternutiounl News Servi.e. I1F ULI N. Feb. 1.".. Kniperor William, in the thst interview he lias given since the war bep:an, pre dicts that the submarine blockade will hit England harder than anj thing else since the conflict broke out. The interview, which was siwn out in Vienna to the Austrian poet and playwright. Hans Mueller, has just been received here. In part Mueller says: "It is a source of gratification and confidence to hear Kaiser Wilhelm speak about the sharpest of all our weapons. The new submarine war, whose results, military, political and psychological, he already appraises us considerable. "In the course of his talk tlje kaiser exclaimed: " 'Look at the F.nropean neutrals. Head the Swedish answer, this document written as if for all eternity. Now the neutrals know right well how they have to estimate our strength, but likewise our will to peace. For the first time in a certain sense, the declared will or the small neutral states stand against the Anslo-Saxon world, and Napoleon's continental blockade, from a phantom, is becoming a real ity one which will hit England harder than everything else hereto fore.' " Asked about his letter to the chancellor suggesting that peace proposals be made, the emieror was quoted as saying: "This letter had to be written. This step had to be taken, l'or now all the world know who those are who Impose continued miseries on humanity." AX SAY MIS Tt Ni:iTKAIS. International News Service: LONDON. Feb. 15. Ocrmany's formal declaration that her sub marine warfare would not be modi tied was accepted here today as a direct reply to all neutrals, particu larly the United States. The latest protest against the ruthless U-boat war has come from the Scandinavian countries of Den mark. Norway and Sweden in the form of an identic note. It is un derstood that representations were made to Holland, but that, owing to her delicate neoirrn phical loca tions, she refused to join. In some quarters the action of the three Scandinavian countries 's taken as the prelude to a Scandin avian league for mutual protection. The Hrazilian charge d'affaires In Vienna has- presented a note to the Austrian foreign office similar to that handed to Germany protesting against the submarine blockade, which is called illegal. Brazil re serves the full rieht to net in any w iy if her l iuhts are infrineed at sea. NEWS WORLD forced to take aboard the crew o 2 4 of a French bark sunk by the submarine. the Norwegian sh'p Storli arrived here today. eight aiusiti:i. Iuternation.il News Sri e: INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. Feb. iZ. Chief of police Samuel ivrrot, live other hish police officials and two well known democratic politicians j were the first of 16') persons indict- ed by the federal urand jury to be arrested. All went volintarily to the office of F. S. Marshal Mark Stören today and surrendered. In addition to Perrot the indicted men are: Police Servants Morti mer Hülse. Frank M Johr son. YVay land Sunders: City Detectives String er and Roy Hope: Police Iieut. Os car Merrill: City Sealer Herman Adam and former City Street Com missioner Denuii Uush- Bulgarian Queen LONDON'. A dispatch to Renter's Teb'rani company from Am sterdam, quoting a message from Sofia sas the health of uuevMi Eleanor e of Rulgaria is very bad. WILSON TO HELP Bft'S EXECUTIVE Interim t bm.'d News Service: WASHINC.T N. Feb. 1 :,. The United Sti tes will not intervene in Cuba until it has been amply dem onstrated that Pres't Menocal's gov ernment 'anr.ot restore order on the island This was stated posi tively today by 1ul.1i government authorities The United States, however, is informally aiding the island repub lic in every way possible. Rumors that Oerman a sent s. who left this country when the crisis in Herman American relations became acute, are fomenting trouble in Cuba, are being rigidly investigated by secret service operatives. The war department has ordered that the shipment of 10,oM riJle and l0OO,i)00 rounds of small am munition t Cuban authorities be expedited in eery way possible. Pres't Menocal will be afforded every opportunity to show that he can control the situation. POLICE TO REVOLT.' International News Service: HAVANA. Feb. 15. Rumors of a conspiracy among the Metropolitan police force tilled Havana today, fol lowing the arrest and imprisonment of several ollicers and men. A riirid Investigation is underway by gov ernment authorities. Sec'y of State Hevia today denied that the entrance to Santiago har bor is mined, as cabled to the United States on authority of Maj. Fernan dez, the revolutionary lender. FRENCH LINER IN PORT Chicago 1 jHTniiitrr. No Sule in Her Trip Aero-.. Intern.ition.il News Service: NEW YORK. Feb. 1.'. The bis French liner Cbica-ro slipped quiet ly into port here today after an un eventful vovage from Hordeaux. No submarines were sighted by the liner. She was in wireless touch with the French patrol all thf time she was in the restricted zone. Anions- h"r pas-eni:ers were Rob ert McGreary and Freden Zinn, American aviators, returning from the front. PREPARING FOR BREAK Austrian Affairs lo In Tnriietl Out to Suis; Location. Itit rn itioii.il Nev. Service; PARIS. Feb. .". All preparations have been made to transfer th handling oJ Austro-Hunsarian af fairs in Fr nee from the American emhas.-y to .he Swiss legation, it was learned here today. This move was evidently made in fear of a diplo matic break between Washington and Vienna over the submarine sit uation. The French foreign otfi. has already approved the transfer. (il.ltM ANS AKUIVI-:. Interr.atienal News Ser.l e: N FW YrctK. Feb. 1 A number of Germans, deported from the canal zone. reached New York today aboard the 'learner Advance. in Poor Health EfiS START II I nf erri:i t iuiia I New Service: H ACH ITA, N. M., Feb. 1.",. Fifty cowboys and ranchers, headed by John Parks, left here this morning for tho '"Corner ranch", reported to have been raided by Mexican ban dits Tuesday. They were heavily armed and declared they will cro the Mexican border if necessary to effect the release of the three Mor mcn cowboys believed to have been carried off by the bandits. A running light between the American cowboys and baandits H expected within a few hours. Unconfirmed reports reached here today that two Americans were shot and killed on Lons's ranch, adjoin ing the "Corner ranch", yesterday. Leaders of the cowboy forces do not believe that the bandits joined the Villa forces of (Jen. Salazar, but think they are moving directly south. The Americans are confi dent of their ability to defeat them. American troops are being held in readiness, but so far then; Is ro indication that they will cross the border to pursue the bandits-. TEACHERS ARE IN REVOLT Objevt to Order Tlicj Mu-t Not Talk on Situation. International News Serl e: TRENTON, N. J.. Feb. 1 f.. A revolution was brewing in the pub lic schools here today. In a letter to Supt. cf Schools Mackey. Herman C. Mueller, pres ident of the board of education, or ders that no reference be made in the schools to the crisis in the Oer ma n-America n situation, or po:ib!o war between th- two countries. Teachers have arisen to r'srrt ment. They declare that such an order reacts against patriotism and precludes the teaching of current e ent. maim: major. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Co. Capt. Edward F. ottoi Company second Indiana, has l.een appointed quartermaster general of the ra tional Jjuard with the rank of major. Fletcher is Now On Mexican Soil International .NVvs servi- : LU'.HDo. Te.. i-Vh. l. f;s corted by a delegation of prorr.ltient Mexican citizens. Arnerican Ambas sador Fb tchcr crossed t?i border today, en route to Mev: o City to take up his r.e-.v post. A military train, carrying -C' 'arranza -.cI-liers, is convoying the arabas-ador' special through thie bandit-ridden country from N';eo Lre,.i .. Monterey. Aceomp.iriying the r e ,v diplemat.c j repi e-entative w ere M. F. Hanr.a, who will be s.-cretaty to the em bassy: J. F. niruz-e. privat secretary to Fletcher: and Ma! F...ari H. P.ailey. and dpt. Frank McCo. mil itary attaches. MORMONS PRISONER St BERNE REPORTS Charge That He and Members of Commission Cannot Leave Brussels to he Investigated. PRESIDENT IS EXPECTED TO GO BEFORE CONGRESS Sinking of Lyman M. Law by Austrian Sub Held to be llleqal As She Carried No Contraband. Intenii.t::.::i New SVr i. e : WASHINGTON. I-Yb F". - -d ew concern is felt in o!. m.iI ein Ic oer the reports fr.-i:i iVrr.e th:t P.rand Wlr.Lbx k. the American Min ister to Eeluium. and i'l of t).o American members of the p-.-Imao relief ommis-i-mi pr.nüoiüy .ir- prisoners at l'.r. s-ci-. Inquiry . to the truth of thc.-e rrpotts hae been addressed t. Itevlin thro r,h the Sw iss ndtw-t r 'nore ai. l r Spanish ambassador there. It is onsitlered certain that if t un reports are true a peremptory ! maiid for their release will made. Meanwhile it i.-: i r! ey . .o. here that tl:e Sj.anili n.ir.Vr it Rrusst.ls hal taken har-:e ..f f v affairs of tli- Fnited S:.ite- th. r'-. Officials say that the ;r s.:l-nt shortly m;t- o.i'o:.- co.grv aeain and Ia the i doj.m-r.t- or the entile submarine situation -fore it and that then leri-lt'i'o; specifically auhcri7ing the arming of American H will he secured. While the majority of the cabinet considers that American ship own ers have full authority to arm th-ir Xf.ys-cds for defense Inn mnrh ;s thev cannot serur funro'i excepting from tin- navy department. It will be considered necessary to ha congress -ass on the ijuc-djon. The navy has no authority at th jirn: time to furnish a tins or ship-. Lwnan Iv Was VarncI. The otücial reports of tb.c siM::; of the American h'or,fr Lyman M. Eaw by an A u-tri:' n s-ibmal it has added wry little to the tc-nsio!.. Th schooner was stopped ard her (lew warned. The sinking. fd!'.ci.i's si, was üb -gal In that her enre (f lumber was not contrahand ar.d the submarine failed to display ! Hair. A f u rual cp!a r.rit 'on of t . action of tin F-bor.t ill b a -,. of Vienna. In replying to td--- fpjeries it :.- expected tiltt Au-Tlli will outline its position on th- s ib marir.e rjucticn nere clearly th't'i It has 'jp to the present. All information rechiri' he- from Cerman siurce indica'ef of ficials ay. that fehng arm. t th- Fnited State- :- inerea.-i ' th'T. Th" Iec! aratioi: ma.le o:!. !;,!' ,. terday that "ur;r -t r'. - nut - Ire opera t b t: .are t" continue : riCeejded h' re .'i -i .'I V .1 TV. !!:.. tha' the three A me j-; c i n . e -. raw eri rn-a,. to Furope, Jie Kn. he ur, ' T.'ear u and -".old Sh'-I! 'a ill b- if the are met ;,y 'Je rman u brr.a tin - Con izi Ml n is Pnhlcm. Mear.w hi'e off.e-la'-. are '.'''r -it.tr rn'-a n to ne.t tlie freight f'es.ioa whic!i now prevails a a'l Atb'iTjtlc pe.;t-i. T;,e n r e. . i , -t ha". laid an nioargo on pc ri - ha - 'e tr...: Nut r'port' i'"'-!v'! h-r" iv -dp ate tha rhi- . Irid l;t 'v.'. There v rv lif.V '.: ' ..f r a- ia'e relief nr.td :r- ri;::;e,; a:,d T, ' o , e in ,'iUlh'i" -'.It . . re , :t i .. Await Au-tri.in l'-plv. So tar a th.e An tri n c. n.r ort:'") . th-fe !..!- change- as y t. This .:.' r'.';f through Am ba - t 'br i'er.t.eb! Vienna, has a.-.e-i An-tr:. to liv her c.i' t j . .-; 1 3 r: or, the e; ! tior. of unlimited ' 'r-:a r i ? -far. While a w.i a !-; ' eettimr all Ar.'Ti'M!.-. o-j? .f t:.e t, ritory of the cer.rral r wer The po-;ion ..f '!; Afi'.e:i--af - T ii ,"v i - adm.itted.1- r o j ',!. . ; , There a:e p 0'"". tu- re J tp p.'f-ev !' i. ( t ? ".: ; I ! possible t i T: le .,r; f . r- c-t' get th.ern " it. Mti-hty -1 j j d r-.. :,i.e rr, f T by 'o'i'iil t w i : h b is !.- : . i m .: sc -.i :, !. . it; 1 . t th W e 'w It 1. as W, iir- f. r t.ii.dard.jzir t.:c ir;d - trial tjl ir 's ir. the evei war .o- 1 fcr -ef.-, . oo; ra t : e f . fr b railro ids ? : t -1 '. - :m . - t.A . iL. lern .:. s be 'i:v I.