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MOBS SLAY IN BUENOS AIRES STRIKE RIOTS BIKNOS AIHKH. Jan. 10 Worn and wiWlrn with rtflo* N4 mtrlilnr (tin*. patrolled the «(Wt» ImU.t, following a night •f rtrlkf rlotlnc. In wlilt li mail) klllml aim! Injurnl In flgfeUnjf At the Vun i Iron Vui k«. aokller* turned machine gun* on tha atrlker* who replied to tfcla fire with machine gunn taken from tb» Arsenal when they raided H. Stx were killed and mitny Wounded Tht Catholic (rtrln* nchinil wo* net Iflrv fry the atrikera. but none w;ia Mmtt WocialUt deputies demanded to know why the government permit %M tho dlaotvlrra. Thin precipitated A fight In conirmn ("rMUfiit Irl |*)r<>n urged (on(ri>w to declare Military law. Newspaper* were not aol.l on the atr**U tod*) 1 , only enough coplea Mug printed for delivery to aub- Half tha police went on atrlke Othara Joined them. Aa a reault (kit* ware no police on the atreeta Matia aatimal..! at 110.000 have the city. Many building* one church havo been burned When the aracmU was raided the JMrdl ware overpowered. Urte of arm* and ammunitlun lllii distributed to amall itroupa of IMot thruout tha city. Pttrt Bolshevism Threat in America WajniMOTOX. Jan. 10 —Ilolah» I will nmp thru Ibo country MlMi a ar*t«m of employment for ' foHmw and war worker* la noon fmlopn). Dr Harold Moulton. of mr labor board, told the re I «*mtruction (Vflfrem vent en lay He Mid State, federil and municipal em jlnj Hunt u the only aolutlon to the Free Offer [SATURDAY Ito wind up kennewick clothing stock jjfr. H. M. Rogers Will Wind Up Great Kennewick Clothing iFjtocfc, of Kennewick, Washington, by Making Exceptional Free ' Offer. Good from 9A. M. to 6P. M. Tomorrow (Saturday). «•/ Liberty Bonds Accepted at Full Face Value. Men'* Overcoats and Suit*—gray, brown and blue pattern*—worth to $25.00, go for $9.85. Men'* Suit* and Overcoat*, beautifully tailored—worth to $27.50, ' m go at $12.85. fy Men'* Finest Suit* and Overcoat*, beautifully tail > ored, including the celebrated Kuppenheimer, Hart, _ Schaffner & Marx Pure Wool Fabrics, formerly priced * to $40.00, cut Saturday to $17.85. Hundreds of late, " v stylish Suits and Overcoats in this lot And here is our Free Offer. Rogers must wind up the great Kennewick Clothing Stock which he purchased at a fraction of wholesale cost, and he will do it by making this grand FREE OFFER for Saturday. Any $3.00 Hat in the house—and there are over 500 to select fj& TiUnA who Make* f'OfTi, in all shape* and style*—will be given ABSO ■MMttMai Kree offer for LUTELY FREE with every Suit, Overcoat or Raincoat a**"*' advertised. And Also Note: LIBERTY BONDS If It is absolutely necessary that you realize money on your Liberty Bonds, ■■gen will take them in at their face value and Kive you the ha lane* in money for g» gait or Overcoat purchased Saturday. And note these windup prices on shoes ami furnishings- ■en's $6 Union Made Work Shoes Cut to $2.98 !■*!n Heavy Work Shoes, I'nion made: '54.00 value, cut to 552.88 Hhi'h $7.00 and $B.OO Stetson, Walk-Over Mhl Florsheim Shoes, cut to s3.f>B lira's Fine Dress Shoes, bij? assortment of Styles; worth to $6.00, cut to 82.85 Ladies' Two-toned Shoes, black kid vamp with fawn, pearl and brown top, 12-. 11- mmA 16-inch top; all sizes; worth to 910.00; go at #3.85 Plea.se note we have continued the sale one week longer th:in we expected, thus uiv ff yon one last chance to partake of the values bein« offered. Tomorrow, Saturday, will psoitively be the last day of this sale—so don't delay. Come, «et your share of these kugains. Arrow Collars, All Sizes, Your Choice, 5c Hundreds of Arrow Collars go on sale tomorrow at instead of the rontract price of 25c. They're slightly soiled, but good value, and we'll clean them up tomor row, Saturday, at the ridiculously low price of s*. All sizes. 75c President Suspenders go on sale to morrow at 35£. Men's Pure Wool Kagle Brand Underwear on sale at $l.OB. Men's Dress Shirts, worth to Sl.uo at <>!»<-. Shirts of the better kind, including C'luett and Monarch brands, that sold to %2.50, on Mile at #1.25. Rogers Will Cash Your Pay Check People, buy now while this stock last*. Crasp this opportunity. Our five large dteplay windows are just stacked with high-grade merchandise, and all priced ridicu lously low. If you want to save—be here with the crowds Saturday. Sale starts Sat urday morning at 9 A. M. sharp. "Please Shop Early." We arc a UNION STORE —mar doors close Saturday night at « P. M. Make no mistake—note address. LOOK FOR THE BIG UNION STORE WITH THE RED FRONT The Red Front Clothing Co. 1508-1510 First Avenue Just North o 1 Pike Street Two German* Are Sentenced After Trial in Frisco ■v n PfU NCtfOI f laa Kirk Bruner. who awaerted he wa* a nephew of Count Von Bernstorff. Ami Edwin M Zaccho, woro found KUllty > NtcnU) In (vtlrrit! court of cHinMptrtnit to \loUto the neutrality nnd Immigration law* Itruner. on the aland. admitted thnt hi* mil nam* w Mlaidt Von l»em Huarh Muawh, and thai he w.m an officer fight inn with the Herman army until captured by the KuaelAna. Thf men htm* been Interned nine* Mttreh 1917. For thla reason the court gave lljrht aentancea. Zaccho wah venteneed to A >«Nir und muenoh or (llruntr) to thr«n* month* Roosevelt's Will Leaves Estate of $500,000 to Wife NEW YOUK. Jan 10 Theodore Roosevelt left an estate estimated to bo worth $500,000 The will. It l«'.un» known today, brqueatha the entire roaldue of tha eatate In truat to Mra Kooaovelt. Col. Roosevelt ulao left a trust fuml at $«0 00i>. Inherited from hi* father, to hla five children. In equal portlona. He alao left to hla t*hll« dren In equal parta all of hla plate and atlier How Fat Actress Was Made Slim Many »ta*r now <!t»prnd *«n. ttrety upon Marmola Prescription Tablet* for radtacintf n f *«\ controlling fat On* clr\rr «ctr*ii tell* that »hf rwNfH two to four pound* a M«>rK by mini thin new form of the famous NliriitoU Pr-ec rtptlon. and now. bv taktnir Marmola Teblrtii »everal 111— • ifitf,ktiM h*rwe»*ht ju»t rl*ht. All ae|| Mar* nn.la Prescription Tablet* at 71 r#nti for a largr c«*e «»r y«»u ran *«t them by tendinis prlca direct to ih* Marmot* Co., 1(1 AVoolwtrd aw. DatroH. Mkh If you have not tr»«d them, do »o They are harmlene and : Children's Shoes, kid and uunmetal; all sizes; worth to $2.2.'>; cut to ftß< 1 Men's Heavy Work Shoes, worth to $B.OO. cut to $3.18 $l.OO Boys' School Shoes cut t0....51.98 SPECIAL Ladies* Felt Comfort Slippers, all colors, ribbon or fur trimmed; values to $3.00, at SIJO Men's 50c Wool Socks go Saturday at 23< 11 . Men's Cotton Socks at 12i£f. Men's Heavy Wool Underwear, worth to $2.50, at SM .25. 15c Handkerchiefs tomorrow at Saturday we'll also sell Men's Pure Silk Socks at 2:j<\ Heavy Flannel Shirts, worth to $3.50, marked at 31. IS. Light Chambray Work Shirts go at And Men's Union-made Overalls marked to $1.05. Heavy Wool Mackinaw Shirts cut to $1.85. Heavy Outing Flannel downs go at $1.48. .'ssc Lisle Carters go at 18<\ And remember, TAKE U. S. MEN OUT OF RUSSIA. BORAH ASKS WAHIIINOTON. Jan. 10 Ctmrg lux th.it tho truth almiit tha Itolahe vlkl and tho aovlet government of Itllaula la la-lng kept frtm tho Amerl .'in people. Hvttnlur llorali. In the -owita >e«terilay demanded that the I nit..l Ht/ito* ami tho ulllra "trot out of liuaala and lot Ituaala aettla hot own affalra." "If wo hive any further taak to perform In Kuaala " aaid lloinh, "wo have not enouith tTOopa there to per form It " I tor alt* drmand for withdrawal Cj*ont ICuaola followed a atatement by Senator HAtehcock. chairman of the ftir*Un relatlona committee, In which Hitchcock declared that "Anerlcan tro»i>a arc In Ituaala aimply to pro tect aupplloa, and are remalnln* t«o c.iuao our alllea, with whom we are iv o|ieruttng, conalder It ne**eaaary to remain." "Vou can't *leal with Ruaalan Hoi aheviam In a military way." aahl llorah. "lli>w are you going to tell which la a Ituaalan and which la a Ihdahevlat? The trouble la that we citn'l get tha real f*U'ti In the I'ntted Htatea. comlftf h*re from lluaala who have lived tlwrre m<*nthii And the fActa. Ar® not permit ted to tell the atory W# do not know to whAt ritent the aovlet nov ern nent frpffMntl the Kil«atiin I**' |»1«. I don't judtftt the |t«»i*hevlat movement by I#nltMi and Trot*ky, who. In my o|»inlon. Are dialoyal to mry one on earth exorpt their l\*r vnAn niiutera. I am eonvlmfd they want Into HuaoiA In the |>ay of <»ar many "Hut I dlaaorlato tham from the Croat maaa of Kuaalun t«»>ple. I am not willing to )ud«e the |»ot>l« of Itiuiaia by tlieir acveptan-'w <-f the tea<l«-r«hlp of l.enlne an'l Trotilty." THE SEATTLE ST AH—FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1010. Poland's Soldiers on Parade I lichttng the IU»MnnIM on one *ld* itml (•emian force* on the <»4lter, and dUpntlnr with I Kriutk In between, the of t*ali«Jn, the new |'i»li»tt army la In a hitter *trogicle to mtaMlah the bonier* of the new l*oiaml. TT»e oohltcrty bearing of the I'iMlnli troop* la evident lit tlii* |»i« tore of ret intent at attention )tl»l before .» re% Irw b> fieneral Ifaller EBERT MASTERS HIS OPPONENTS PAItIH. Jaii to Chanr-ellor Kliert I* niiMliY of the situation In llerlln. > Zurich di.patch to l/lnforuiallun declared ImUjr. Field Marahal Von RliMlwhiHl t» In I*u la. tain. whi re ha arrlvnl two <lasa ago. Ha doea not propoaa to •ItOw any elections until order la fuSty- roatorrvl Von Hlndenburg's pnjjmc*, together with tha govern ln< bi a decision to use arms in aup preaalng the Insurgents. has rum plenty changed the situation. Th« IM Flag, Spartacan wnn. la no lonfor Iwltif published Stu dent* occupy tha plant tiraat numhara of voluntaara ara •-nrolllnc In tha *o*arnmant foct a. I Cavalry and l*m«alan (uar<ta nrr muml al all rata* of tha capital. • iuatav Noaka. tha military K"v ! amor, la working anarfatlaally to brlnf ahnttt r«>mplata ra«toratlon of ordvr tt la undaratont that It waa I ha who raconrllad Ebart atid Vo» lllndanburc DAVIS IS SURE OF PEACE PLAN Jan. 10 Ajrr«n»nl of Orrat Hrltaln and tha I'nltad Ittataa on tha broad ontllnaa i.f tha pMra aattlamant la a happy acfftiry for a aallafartoo' rontlualon of the )*arta roflfarmi-a., American Ambassador aador tOrU darlarad hare today In a .peach at tha Interim's club, lie was entertained there at a lunch eon. to wel> iime him to Knaland. 1 >avla paid deep tribute to former Ambaaaiutor I'aga, who rwwntly died, and to tha war racfrda of tha Itritlah empira, lie pr*la«l the in area.ln* aplrlt of frtaSMlhnea. and cooperation between tha Itlitad State, ami tlraat Itritaln and .|M>ka with «raat pride of Ainerlca'a part in winning tha war. With regard to tha peace aattla ment and the agreement of hla own country and Itrltain, Davis aald ha believed tha two naUona would be aa bartnonlooa aa to the details of peace aa they were on Its broad general outline.. "I am sum the hum amat Ideals and purpuaea animate and America." he sold, "an'i therefore t am aura there ian be no rightful omfllt t l>etween mir freaikitn Inter aata In tha final adjostmant. "We aak to be eat free from the eonatant fear of war." SAYS PACKERS FIXED PRICE OF ARMY MEAT WASIIINUToN. Jan. IS.—Large packers practically fl*(d tha prlca of meat Bold to tha army. Walter U. Kiaher told the aenata lnf»ratate commerce committee ye.iirday Flaher waa formerly ae.reiary of tha Interior. The largeat gold mine. In the I nil ed State., east of the lllock Hills, are In North Carolina. HAIR COMING OfT? Itartrlrtiff rtUMI a f«»vrri*h Irrl (Atlon of tbi nciilp, thff hnlr ro<»iJ» nhrink. Um»h- n find thrn llir hair com** out fniit. To Ml op f<4 111 nac hair at or»r»* hikl riil tli#» of •very iiarlicto of tltntlruff, *et n •imull hottl«* of l>an<Jerln«« at nny drtifc utori* for a fpw r#»ntn, pour a little In your ha:ul nru] rub it Into the Hf.tlp Aft*r wvml nppllm tlona the hair mtopn eominir out and you ran't flrul nny dandruff. If you value your wntrh. let Haynfi r**imlr It. Near Liberty thewtrr. Advertle**ment. BERKOWITZ ENVELOPES Fv#»ry Kind Made and T'rlnted t«. Order. Knlil in f|nti«ea nt r%«T«inv i'lik ih W.BUTT T.V. h a"Vi" SEATTLE What France Has Done for Democracy Franco haa poured out blood and treasure to the breaking point to -nak*» the world eafe for <lemocracy America owc« her an enortnotm debt of frratltude for thl*. and alno for a perfect remedy for Htoinn h, liver and Intentlnal trouble found by her peasant* nnd uwd with reported mar velouN rcHulti In thin country, fleo. \ 11. Mavr, for many yearn a promi nent <'hlf iko eherni 1 f, Import* the in- Srrefllent* and eell* tlilx remedy un der the nn:ne of Mayr'* Wonderful Itemedy, It In a frimple, harmlen* preparation, that remove* the <*atar rhal mucun from the Intentlnal tract and allay* the Inflammation which cati*eii practically nil *tomach, liver and InteMtlnal ailment*, including appendicitl*. One done will ronvinre or "money refunded. Itiirtell'* Five Druff Htore* and druffglaUi •ver> where AdvertiMemenL FAMILY OF FIVE BRUTALLY SLAIN OXFORD JUNCTION. lowa. Jan. 18, Tha five members of tlm Frank Blizek family. whoaa bnlkt wpi> found In the ruina of their burned.) home n.-ar b«r lal« yewtcrday, warn murdered, according to evidence ulhrml by the MfotiW of Jouaa county at the l»i<iueat today According to K I. Mi«ruil"r, an attorney aaatstUig tha rimnwr, tha ha-vd of each body waa missing, while other | aria of tha bodies »rr» noi badly burnod llaalda tha |a)4f of nilwk, tha bndlaa of hla wifa. daushtar, Mary. 14. Luellt 4. and m aon. frank. Jr.. war* found In tha ruina Tha fam ily may hava tm-n burn*<t to death, but Mmruji-r aid othara aay tha rendition of the W-- r» lnd.< ataa murdrr. The otnna'i ";sm raturriad an oprn vardlft tla nfflrlala to conduct an innmlalt invaatiaa lion —« All mamhara Of tha fi«£nily warn 111 with Influmsa or but all hail raewvarad anotjgh t*> hava bf*-ti abla to lotva Uirir tada If tha flra hiul Imrn dlaravarad by thaw Tha t>la»a waa dl.cnvara.l ahortly after 4 p. m. yaatcrlty whan tha bulUUnc wta Baarly totally d* MroyatL A' - rtllng t > Magrud«r no *• *i>un waa fountl in the mm.. Dry Leader Says He Shipped 350 Cases Booze Here VANCOUVER. B. C. Jad. 10 W. C. Findlay, former prohibition com commissioner for British Columbia t.... confessed that ha shipped 350 cases of whisky to Seattle and other point. In Washington io U>a nmslli of November * Flndlay racantly paid a fine of tI.OOO f«r Importing a carload of liquor from Eastern Canada There were *M case* In tha car Of theaa Jio r.iaea went to Seattle nn<l the remainder were stolen from the < mlaalc.nrr Detroit German Newspaper Sold r>FT!tOIT. JUn. 10 The Detroit Abendpost. a German language pa per pul'llal.od ber« ttince |l|l, was sokl veatefday to a svndlrate of l>a trntt bu.lneaa man The paper will be turned Into an afternoon English language newspaper ANDERSON WILL TALK TO DEMOCRATIC CLUB Claude H. Anderson. federal vms vocational officer for this district, which cornprtaea Washington Oregon and Montana, will a|>eak before the King County I>emocnall« rltih at Ita noon day meeting on Saturday In the tk*«l Kata cafeteria on 'Tha Itehatv llltatmn of IMMthlnl SoMtar« and Sailors." Tha idea behind vocation al education is to make every die abled soldier aldiolutely Independent. Report Hindenburg Rebuffed in Berlin LONDON, .Tun. 10 newirpa pem report that Field Marnhai Von Hlndenhurn hr*a arrived nt Paaeel from tterlln, the havlnu turned dawn hi* offer to direct oper ation* aicainat the Hpurtaritna. Ca**el 1m 90 rnile* nortlienat of Frankfort on the Main. 'lSfe 1 sale I Fine Shoes | , $2.25. J tf you read a 4" ilmilai I |fl to the nbove, you'd f««el that E I 1 I I Htoro for you, wouldn't you? ■ | Tha frn't of the matter lx, I 3'ou've neveral palm of partial ly worn iihoea »t home, which, with a little repairing, would I compare favorably with Nhoe* « th.it would now tost you $lOOO ■ to $l4 00 a pair. Why not ap<«nd that $» ?'> to I have them made like new? Hi TO OPEN UP RECONSTRUCTION HEADQUARTERS IN OLYMPIA PALMER EXPLAINS PROGRAM Ervin H Palmer, former deputy pnwm utinv attorney, who wmw *l*« t «<«| «r< i. i iry of lb# Mtiilr n*»on«lru« lion co!iKr«i« at Tacoma yeati rd«y, it«rN the creation Krldny of flvn to hrtfirlln pe«u * proh l«-«i»» in. \Voal»tn tfton wtnte In ro op«mU«(i with Howard Han aon, of tii«* r«M*on«trti< tion executive committee, f'atmwr outlmwl tin- »ni» clitnery for the following huraaua HnunrK, publicity, federal and nUU rtUUoiii, rwtrch und Matte Hi m, find J« jttNlaUon I'a livt«*r namNi Mayor Ifiinaon am 11M* poimihlr head of the fMkiral end lUtc relation* dt|Mr(mrn( * bu reau Uuii will cfMtrdlnaU iUIo Utd federal problem* and Uy hoforo the itatlnn.il government the p«tr« rtteda of Waehlnamn «tat«. llnu«l«|iiurU r* Ml Otyvnpla I'altnnr will leave for Olympta Hut urday to o|»*n et*te re r(i full ruction hc.ul<|uut ter* to handle all time problema. "Thouaand* of men will l>e thrown on the lub«>r market In Wmhlnfttin with thff return of the eoldlere ami the laying off of war workwi," nild I*aJmer Friday. "We run not r* |hm t private Induntry to look after the welfare of nil th«hn rn«*n It'* up to th#» city, county and fade ml Mfenctai to commence in active road building- and ron«trti>fion ««m --(■aifii that will alwurb all aurplue labor. "I l«e!leva the organisation tha "inpwni dc< hi<xl u|m<ii ui IVunui I rtday la broad enough to handle -• tl |»ara problem* n/fn llnii Washing ton. Kvery ptuuw- of the rixuljiut merit period will ba cwverad. I'lan Tlk' rr. i.<mall»n land arhfma of Secretary I Ana haa twn approved ' for local uaa Our plana il.rvetail perfectly with tha propoasla of tha . federal government, No on* naa.ll I BUCK UP I SEATTLE! I Returned Soldiers and Sailors News Item in Seattle I I ■ i it l it I'nion Record H I must not be allowed to walk Saturday, January 4 j H I the streets looking for work. MANY TAILORS I I All the tailor, discharged from IDLE IN CITY I Q .... * . ... a Attracted Here by Tale* of ■ I service in this section will be Prosperity, Men Out I H I given work at good wages if A I H ... . _ tailor. who b«ra come to this city I^l ■ you will do your part. Return- «« t »» t,i. .nf - P ro« ■ » , » « Parity am already out of work, ar- H 1 1 .11 11 I C a conllng to a statement issued by J. ■ eel neroes win all make oeat- <• oium. bum*.* wm of ■ ■ L<ocal No. 71, Friday night following BA ■ il. iL can ° , * lr meeting Dillon predicts n grant H tie tneir nome ir rinci em* w»t« of unemployment. **peti<uiy m n I tha Ursa rltlaa, aa a result of tha B ■ ployment for them. I $8,000,000 SEATTLE MONEY SPENT EVE R Y I I YEAR FOR EASTERN-MADE CLOTHES I ■ A fraction of this amount spent for Seattle-made clothes would provide H ■ RtM»d, steady jobs for every returned soldier and sailor tailor as well as every H ■ tailor now in Seattle. H I I OFFER $6 PER DAY TO SOLDIERS AND SAILORS I tt I have a big. well-established shop and an immense stock of woolens. If Se- H ■ attle men will «ive me enough clothes orders, I'll employ every sailor and soldier H ■ who is qualified for the work at $6 per day of eight hours. H I SPECIAL. OFFER I I FOR TOMORROW, SRTURORV I I Men's Suits n) I j Overcoats =/I=l a Made to Order u ■ I 9 Match them elsewhere if you can for less than $45 to $6O I Fine blue serge included al sale price. nißjirst stock I M in Seattle to select from. Perfect fit and absolute iH X, B satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded. \ H -1 f\'/r off Sale Price to Soldiers and Sailors in \ I ;* X U I'niform. V ' fl j IMPERIAL TAILORING CO. I I LOUIS SIDELSKY, Prop. I rJ Third Ave., Corner Columbia .. « Two blocks (not one block) south of Madison St. Don't be fooled by js2 imitation signs. Look for 801 ■ have any f«*«r thut reronatmrtlon men of thin «ut« »r« utiirtlni an iNolat'd profcrum which will be out of touch with federal iiw<la, Washington'* reron*trurtlon pro urutn won't fut the lit ate a "*nt. «<v cording to I'alnn r. The working out of the reclamation lan« 1 •rhamn will give the Nlete an edried revenue hy ln< f fanlnff the taxable aiea, he de claree. Here Are I'm* r> V'Unli* Mere are the peace plank a Indore ed by Thurwday'* Taoimn rongreae: I'uhlic ownrriihlp Of public. tj t 111 Urn. Indu«trim, water power and rual ml nee. lU< la mat ion end m-ttJement of wanfi* land* under ntatir nUpervliilon. iMivelopment of good roada and hy dro~e|<«-trie power of the ntate Employment of returned aoldlere on government development work. Knlarifment of the *•-»p*» of the tftale industrial ln«urnnoe corn ml* flfton. I'hynP al training In public *rhoo|* J tovHopment of the Columbia bantu projert. Comptilaory medical and dental ex amination of children In the aehooia. Mayor llaneon pruldid, with 490 delegates, representing prartlraily every publlr organisation In the elate. In ait# nctanoe. ROOSEVELT BABY GETS SIO.OOO INHERITANCE BOSTON Jan IS —Archie Roosevelt Jr.. tha bahy son of <'apt. and Mr. Archie Itooaevalt. will receive 110 060 by tha will of Thomaa Ijork wo<h|. Mrs. Itoooevalta father, who died Uils week. An aa'i rwi-elver from llk> renter of which rli"-. a >aaa to bold flowera haa la-en Invented LOYAL TROOPS REGAIN POWER IN HON CAPITAL I/>NI>ON, Jan 10 White tha H|.hiu<m» revolt In Iterlln »'-« me to heve l*««ri quailed by th« arrlvaJ of loyal Ir'M'pN ruiihtd to th« city Chary«lJor Klmrt. dlwpatrhre r*r*|v H today nh<iwtd the fMi *tlll oil t !»«• iikk rea»lve In other Oermea cltien. lU-p'irtN were wnflintlnf. Hpartiu an*. after eeldfitf tha rH'h*taa building and 'Kh*r puWIIO edlfUee. failed to tAk<t th» channel* lor'w pAlirt, In which tl»e Kbert K"V ernment l»;t* It* office*. dlepat* H«i laid the Kbert torrmn ht'a trn-n from -no«t of the Ixill'lUiK* they had «iptur«l. HiK to thru* edvloe* KlatitlntC wa* wipa< tally *ever«? around the Hllwliifl railway ntntlon. Hpartacu* riot* were reported dwindling In violence aft*r a ma chine nun *tru*gle, In which th# civilian population *uffered eeverely. A rnpcnhaftn dl* patch mild there wa* rioting In Munich POLICE SEEK VANDERVEER BUTTE Jan 10. —George F. Vanderveer Seattle attorney In by police rm at Helena. A warrant sworn out liy County Atlorwy Jo JOseph R. Jackson charges him with Intent to commit assault on A J. Brantingham government employ ment agent In Butte. He I* all***-'! to h*Te mMtrn) Mrmntlngliam with t revolver In the lobby of a local hotel, and threatened to kill th« govern ment employ* for political rmutftni> Tlie ldrr«t \u<li<TV <• In the Nortli»«»l Kfluh HUr Want Ad« » . -a '