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MPS AGAIN nREONU.I UN,REPORT Daniels Asks Probe: Five American Seamen Said to Have Been Attacked RT A. I. BRADFORD WASHINGTON. Keb. 11. ■»!»■ tary of the Nnvjf Oanlela today rablad Admiral 8tr»u»o. oommandirt* th« Aalut l> flwt. for a report on dta> patches fn>m Tokyo that flva Am«rl <«n niton had lw»u flrsd on Mi Vladivostok. Tlx* report «uJ one sailor had been WOUIIIM. An Inquiry about llic rsportod at luck on tIK wlldni al*o wa* taiule by ihf state tl*pnrtaii , nt of the American consulate at Vladivostok. • • • WASHINGTON. FVb 11—AWOrt ran opposition to the policing of Vladivostok by Japanese fotves la i ran rI in a »erk>u» situation." *r innlsni! to unofficial dlsi>atch«a reaching here from Japan !fln.< the killing of IJMJt W, H. Lancdon by a Japanese sentry at Vladivostok, feeling W*mii lb* Jap- IMO «um other (Wrt* In the Siberi an city la understood U> havs b»rom« tMrsasiniiiy tsnse. Vnoffu it report* that a party of (In American soldiers had bsen flrmt uo In VUdi\ostok by RuMi*n iom monfc*l> In an effort to provoke an •pro lir>.ik b«l*tn the J *!•-""-ss and American* th«-re ««f read hers with Interest The fnllnl nut»« l> beli'vej to bar* questioned Japan'a right to o«<- ctapy Vladivostok In Its not. prulent tho killing of Ijeut. Un|>loii The present administration, however, la oxperted to hand the whole altua Uta over to Harding for adjustment. • • a JAPAN VISCOUNT SAYS NO NEED FOR WAR TALK •AN FRANCISCO. K»b 11-Con fid* nee that matters now at laaw t>* twain the I'tUM States and Japan Ml bo settled on a "common sense basis" van e*pre«oie,i here today by Vlaeount Inouye. of Japan, who ha* ]WK arrived from the Orient. Be declared there la no reason fur **War talk" In the press of either Ja pan or the Tnlted stataa u the bet tor dtaea of boih countries dealt-* oatr the m»*t friendly relation*. The vlm-ount la here to study Che ■(•Pi Industry. and inridentally to #ereha»e approximately $1 000 000 worth of ateef working machinery Ifcr use in the development of the ■tael Ado«try in Japan. He will via tt all leading steel center* of this cmtry. He said that J spaa haa reached a potnt where drsotopaamt of the ated aad coal re*our< <w of Manchuria la PHMry "hd will ba rarrted on im mediately an an ambttiaas araia. Vlaeount laauya la a member at, tha diet, prnf—aui of mining In (he <1111(1 lal unhrerslty, adviser of the •oath Man<-hurla railway. In addl ttaa to hla leadership In the ste«l |i MARTINEK TELLS OF JAP SCHEMES IN FAR EAST f Bl mCiK MARTTSTOC FOURTH ARTICUB « Itawr luiwt In Um AmK mtttcm for UM V. 8. Aatatte fleet) (Carrrigtu, ltU.Cbk»c» Dally N«n) it Japan atlll ia occupying Nlcoiaiemk M 4 the territory surrounding that «ltjr, and still baa garrisons at points ■long the Chines* Kastern railroad. Her explanation of this in Jk that aha ia thus providing a bar* Iter against tha *pr»ad of ilusslan fcolshevixm Into Oriental territory. * Tha United Btates. aa a part of the fntut or«f the "Langdoo shooting, baa suggested that Japan withdraw completely from Htberia. MAP CONTKM WITH BOUWmriK ENVOY J When I was paying my farewell call* In Vladivostok preparatory to leaving for home last fall, together 'With Capt. B. B. Lariner we Tlalled .Gad Ot. who succeeded fj«n. Otanl aa commander of the Japanese. Aa we were leaving. (Jen. 01, who spent !• yea rn in flertnany prior to the graat war. informed mi caaually ami without hesitation that he waa even then awaiting the call of one Smirn oft who. I learned, waa the IytnJne- TTnotaky bolshevik representative at ?fkutak. i What that mnferenc* waa aboot I, "pt course. have no meana of knowing. Wealbly it waa entirely Innocent In «fea raster Yet it waa said freely in Eastern Siberia that the Japanese were about to enter into agreements with the red*, Inasmuch aa the Japanese troops were withdrawn from Chita, the nearnet outpoet to the red bolshevik territory—which la presided over by a former Chicago lawyer, Kraxnochekoff-TobeJaoo, MP MAP FDKECAHTtt "KIUCK" PHIUPPINKB While acting aa Intelligence officer In Shanghai in the summer of ltll, watching a convention which waa proponed to organise oommuniam In the Orient, I waa ahown a map by a prominent Chinese, which purported to be a secret Japawae plat of what Japan could expec t in 1922 In the way of territory should Germany win the war. In one solid color, atmflar to that kntor which filled in the outlineu of Uke Japanese empire, waa xhown all «r flaghalien. half of wblch la Kua •ten, altho all of It ia now occupied by Japan; ail of Siberia west of the Yeneani river, eaat to the Mongolian border; all of Manchuria, ail of Ko rea. all of Formosa and varloua province# In Northern China. The Philippine and Hawaiian Is land* and Guam were Indicated aa "Independent," but under Japanese "Influence." Thla map waa printed at leaat two year* la-fore allied occu pation of Kuatern Siberia, at a time When Japan waa an ally, engaged In War against the central power*. OLYMI'IA. —Two nvi*k<-d thuirii escape with sro in mon«y and a num ber of < IM-< k» after binding and (ra*lOnc K. A. f'olllna In liln KrocAry •tore at Ofut LmU*. ntar bw. Where Was Lin Three Places Above, three log cabin.* made famous by Lincoln; at top the Kerry) house at Beechiand. Ky., where hi* parents were married; in middle, the Klizabetktotm houne where they *pmt their honeymoon; below, the true Lincoln birthplace at Solin Creek, BY OR. Willi \\t K H\RTOV Star SpecfeJ H'rtiic Author mt "The Soul of Abnfcaa I haaia." "TV rkin-nil? of Akduai linrda," etc. HOMER had seven birthplaces: Lincoln had at least three —ac- cording to divergent Kentucky tra ditions. Kin* of tha houses hi which Abra ham Lincoln Is mid to have been bora la the B»rry bouse at Beech land, Washington county. Kentucky. If we should go to Userhland, we will find the house Is not there. It haa been moved ta llarrodithurg. whrra It stands as a kind of bo seum. aot very Intimately associated with Lincoln, who never ta hla Uf* was In Harrodst>urg. HOI HK MMKft IJITM I .IKK KDKMKK NKIJ' Tha hou*a today bears tittle ra nanblanee to Its former self. For tunatsly, however, It was photo graphed while on Its original sita. la this houa*. the home of Richard Berry. tha president's parent*. Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks, w»r* married by Rav. Jasa Head. June IX. I*o*. Washington county people have a formidable group of affidavits from old and truthful people who declared th.it Abraham Lincoln waa bom there; that his peopld did not remove I SECOND NEAR I I NOW PLAYING—FIRST NATIONAL'S K I ■ ANNIVERSARY ATTRACTION— ■ I "THE TRUTH |^M wmmWfw I While one woman weds—another weeps! /ivMi I ? Iwß 9 I A drama that all who achieve marriage should see! ■URIfUKi II \ til ■ I DOROTHY MERRiTHEW IN DANCES vHl| Mffl I 8._.. "The Ibrat MOP H to Hardin rounty tin ha waa a lad Mtvaral year* of ag*. and oertaln wit tv»*aea affirmed on aalh that they •aw him aa a child playing about the door of the Merry hoaaa My own Imiiriaton la that thsas people were truthful and thai thay may have se*n the Uttla lad Abra ham Lincoln playing about thla hotiae. PAiwvn or IJNC*M.N WKIU-. MARKIKU IIKKK Tha parent* of Abraham IJnaatn wera ourti"! In thlahou**. h* doubt leaa visited It In hi* early childhood, and may hare llred several month* beneath ft* reof. but we must look elsewhrra for bis blrfhplaca So we go to Kliwtbetbtosnk The home we wl*h to *ea la not stand ing. but wa ran fhtd people who will aartir* u* that Uneata was bora there, aad who will show aa tha an al I ractire Vxwtion. What they are showfng aa |§ tha 1 place where Thomas and Nancy Lin coin ia>ent their honeymoon, and lived from Juno. 1104. till tha spring of I lot. Iter* Abraham's Uttla sis tar, Sarah, was born. The on bin that stood her* Was tha THE SEATTLE PTA ft PUN TO BOMB U. S. WARSHIPS Air Service Would Test Ex plosives WAMHINOTON. Feb. II Iteao lutlonn dire. tin* lh« «•" r. tary of th« nary to luni over to the arniv air tiervtce obaolet* warahlp* and ordering the artny aJr i hlef to drop bomb* on ihnn lo iwl ih»> erri clenry of aircraft agnlnat naval vr*,->. la, were Introduced today lit the »*nat* by Hanging N*w and Ui th* hoU»* by Itafireaantatlve Ant bony. The tewolutlon *H forth that no conclualv* taat* of I tin anrt have ait yet made and that aui li expert tnenta might radically ch»nr> the future policy of alri raft ile velopment and waiahlp building The nwl for economy * hlch d< matula that "the allocation In tha expenditure he made to produce tha moat effectual provtulnn for the national defeuac." la cited bji a further r«M«"»n una obaolete baltlaahlp. two oh aetata deatroyrni and two obaolete Itipply ahipa are to he turned over to the airmen aa target*. under the resolution fte. relnrv l»anle|* nlreo.lv hai ar ranged fot a funiter taitllebiup lo br bombed from tha air. Pleasant Time Wa» Had by Everybody A pl-aaant >l'U might fvrn rail it an liilarlou* tune wax had by all alien tha I'nitcd Typotlxtaa of Aroer Ira hrl<l H • annual lwnqu»t at the Maeoulv t'lub ruunta, U> the A i rude building Kridm night. Three hun 4r»«l attended TtiM* were tnntii. taaa anal *t>ae< has, fir*l hotiae advcrtlaed n» the birth pla<w of Abraham Ijiu-uln. and tha pMura la mill fr»<iuerii!> ahoan aa «uch TbU huiiM wax >ut>dli4 at the end of th* r!»ll war It waa find photographed. apparently. for •"Tha t'a*np*lgn IJorument" In whi<sb William M. Thayer. In 11*4. told of tha "Character ami Public Mcrvuw-a of Abraham IJiKvln * UUCWiIM 14N001.N NKVKH IJVKD TIIKKK Bat Thoroaa Lincoln did not build tbla rabin. and Abraham wan not bom tb«*e. and ne»er llr*l thece Tha la* vwrtjga of thlg nabta ha* dlaappaarad. The actual btrth place of Abraham Uncoln waa In a log cabin wh.rh, aftar many removal*. now atanda not far from It* original alia, on Rork rtrrlng farm, on Nolln Oree*. two and «B*half mll«« aouth from where tha »1Ilag» of Hodgenrltla BOW la In what ww then Hardin and now I* la La Km county, K«ntwlr, Altbo It la auppoaed to ba located on tha »**< ! apot front which it w«« remoied whan It want on a tons toor of aahlbttion oa»r tha country, pec •mna l*rn upon tha farm aaaure ma that M originally atond at tha foot of tha flight of «un.r »trpa. and tiiur tfet aprtng. Till I befltrra M be mint, bwt I for »xaa»l3 tyaaini ILi mora nightly location at tha top of tha hUt. Wa cTmb (ha lone, wt.ta atatrway t) eti'rr a rlaaato iu« lortal ha* , prat tlraDy amply nmapf f ,rr tha log ettht-i wVia I.lnroln wtu b>-m. Tha Lincoln Highway N*4» ti» the I.)i»co«n farm, and the apot hi not now difficult of ac:e*i£ ritnar hy an'O uiofcflra or train. It la ona cf Ataer | let's moat aacrad INDIAN FACES KILLING CHARGE Vashon Man, Shot Dec. 8 in Quarrel, Dies Tho* flurand Va*hon laland Indl an flahermun, who ha* been >t lllwrly under 11.000 bull on an aaaault i bare* In HMlwilOT with Uw ahoot Ing, 11mi—Inl *. ft Oscar boklen, wua rearrratrd on an open Krlday, following Roklen'a d'-ath at ih« IWotna (lenaral hoapltal. An Information uontaUJlng a ho»nl cldal chatg* la to bo fllad, according to Pro**cutor Malcolm ftougtua. Fighter's Trick Is Adopted by Thieve# PAttlM. K«h. 13. I'arta thhvaa are Inking advantage of the trlrk of Johnny Coulon. the Anierii-an ftght er. who deflea any one to lift him off lha ground The thieve. talk ahnut tha trh-k t>afnra an Inteniled victim Tha latter la u«ually a big man. One of tha thieve* l>eta lha big man emit not lift htm. Tha victim ar<»pta aivt anally UfU the thief off lha KT< UI\A Tha thief paya tha bet and the victim fln.U Int*r that he liiu been tubbed of hta money and jewelry. "Potato Milk" Was Popular Commodity tHirAtKi, K*b I! Potato milk la the lataat. It ha* the kick and aolvea tbe myalery of th* perpetual )«i! of a number of WaUkegsn dtlaena And alt thla i»iy wtu> deliver.<l In bottlea. right at your front door, early In th~ morning hut no more. Tony Yucaa. tli* man wlio tut* uwde tl*.a wundei milk, and whoae route gr«-w with rnirh rnpidit* that regtilar inllkmrn w«-nt broke, la out of bu»ln«-«« lie got pinched by *lie aherlff, and at hla dairy the offlciola found we vera I ra ft, of "potato milk,' but not a • n uir it >w Tries to See Leper Wife; Gets S9O Fine L/>* ANOKLR*. Krb 11—While •rating a high plchat fence whlrh aurrounded tha county hoaptul. In an effort to gain entrance la the l»j>cr ward of th* hoapita! where hla wife la an inmatr. It M llut<*hin*on. «« a pr*a*m»n. waa arreated yeaterd* by a watchman. "I kaow I aho«Uln*Wi*Ta dona II but I aaanted to ha aaid la tar whm arralgnM In court on a eharga of ytoiatmg quarantine ragu latlona Ha paid a fine of It*. Hla wtfe contractad tha diaeaae on a South H<-„ laland. ba aakL They hava thr<-< ttMna. Lyceum Lecturer to Talk at 'Y* Sunday "Tha Day That Dellrera the flood*" -or at leaat tha man who ' tat la about him. Dr. IJnooln MaCon n*ll, lyreum lacturar who glvra an addrraa by that tltla at tha T. M. C. A tonight, la to a'ay over and ad draw Uia T.'a Sunday Club Sunday. Consolidated Ticket Office Not to Quit Tha conaoUdalad railway ticket of i flea In tha Itoaton block, maiutalnrd j by tba 0.-W. iu A N., tha Northam ll"ac|flc and tha flraat Northern, will be continued Indefinitely, tha threw road* annonnca. Ex-Kaiser's Ridiculed by BY ( AIM. D. OIIOAT BKRIJN, F>b. ll.—The Interview with the kaleer e»»» w » thn great.-at aenaatlon thruout fJerntnuy today. Tha wkl>-at vailety In opinion* were i xprcaaed Former advlaera of the it.iix'-r defended hla atlltilde aa the "pence lord." while olhera treated hta atuteinenta with rldKule or a/iger. Count Von Haventlow, In an Inter view with the Unlt'"d fnntt. eg prcaaed regret that Wlihelm ha/1 he ivgna the ot>J< <t of worldwide dla rutalon lie declared that hla former •'inparor *a« right In auyliig bo "never wlahed tha war." •\\ I-:nt TO H \K DIM til RAO Kit" "Inning the day* before the out break of hoatllltlee ha alrilggled luralnat wiir," declared the oount, who waa leading military critic in Uer many. "Thla la dearly proven by remark" ha wrote on tha margin* of tha gov -rnment'a proclamation. He wan' to war dlM'Ouraicad and In fear of tha mle Kngland might play." Mrlederich Htamfer, <dltor of the Vorwaerta, dfx'lured that "It la In ac cordance with the well known tact- Ixaanoaa of tha former kairer that ha, living abroad and apeak lug to a foreigner, abould lnault tba German people." •The aoclal democratic party voted on Auguat 4. I*l4, for tlia war • reil It* a»k>d by tha government and maintained thla attltuda during the war." Htamfer «dd. "Tha party ha« b"n utijnatly accu»e«l abroad of following Wllhelina policy thought lautly. The fni t la It portlclpatad In tha drfenaa of Ita country not to aid In any anne&u'lon plana hot to kuve the liertnan i«< pU» from au< h a p*aca aa provide) Ui the tr-4ty of Veraalllea which It foresaw would rtault from a t.einwn iMiak 'Thefefore, no on* In Germany or abroad Will belleva the kalaer'a 'lm laratlon* lhat the anclallata be tray>-d their own country " KTIIX THINK* OF "HK I'M) OOTT" "The kajaer !>■ atltl ot. Miaed with th" Idea that h* eitata tlnij tha gr»< •- of f!od but the per.ple ai» thankful thai they are no longrr bl-aar l' wltb him," Krtoh liumhrua akl. Oernuin author, wrota In tbe Tageblat'. "It I* < haracterUtlc of the aplritual and mental dlnpoallKin of the ka eer that he »f»k» to blame the war and the co 11* pa* of Mm many on othera. Wbtn the Public Knew* It Hats Good Stews Mattmm. SSct CbMrw. 15c—Aflcr tM, Me; CfaOfrra, tie. All Prior, lariafe Tax. Cjuvdh aa j M * if' V a % ■ MI>TYY J |l I the world-famous comedian SCENIC worked for a year! -WUJ>KRM3I HUKMIS " Brautlful Tlewa of wild animal Ufa A First National attraction. COMEDY "HIS PUPPY LOVE" LOVE DAVIS on the Wl RIJT/KR JKN'SKN « VON UKRBERG NEWS He fnrije'a thai tha forelrn pollrlrm of hla regime, hla ratillnn of the ■word and hla viijn provooattre «l*i<i'h etlrred up the other power*. II" foigata that In July. 1914. hr *;ive hfm»"lf rompietely to Auatrlan dl plorni try. hup* tha Vulwr did not want war Jita nature wni« far too w*»k Mnd fearful for It but It waa hh iijfonMiJfiaf«i aCtkmN that brought It ttboUt. "Ili» i.lwuy* *c orn*d the *oe%ll*fji na a foreign »**!>. ll* n«v»f tried to draw th* working cla«a+a Into €»- nitration with th« *tata thrij k con dilatory policy. Ilo'h Iniride and out md* th«* Herman bordem ha alwayn encounter «»d tha tfr*iite«t nil«tru»t " iJoiohrownki la 'ha author of "Oar- I>adera of Yaaterday." Senate to Discuss New Marriage Law OLTMPI A. Keb. 12 lifeline the imtiaK* would not tha m*r rliar* bill, Howard Taylor, organlx* tlon fiAr, f hr*"it**n**d to have th* m"tt*ur«* *liiUifhU*r«*d In tha houaa Thla ao wrar*»d th* other 4! of ihe *« riata that »bey vol ad to atptinire the record and »ld«-r tha Mil an a ord*r of bUNineaw n*xt Tu«*»day. Tha bill provldea that no marrlar |f«'»-n*«* #»ha!l ha |«nu*d until IS d*y* after »ppll'iAilon for the aum* ha* been filed and until notice of th* Im |K«ndlna wMlutni: haa published In tha papera. District Attorney to Quit Job Soon I >f-*UM* he In.a "no dealre to em biirraaa the new adniinlfftraMon. either by remaining In office or auddenly re«lgiilng," I'rilted Btatea Dlatrlc* At torney Kobert C- Kaundera ha* an noßOced that be wll| tender bia rea Ignatkon to Attorfiey Oeneral I'almer aa anon aa office affalra are gtralgbt ene«l up the realgnation lo take ef fe<-t at Palmer'* convenient*. Operation ratal to University Student An operation for appendicltl* proved too great a ►hock far leland II hudson federal vocational *to dent at th* unlveralty. who died at Protldeno* hoapltal Friday. He w*a th« won of Dr. J. It- Mudaon. of Ta> coma. KYKHI-TPr—mvere in Hnohorolah county approaching the flood gtag*. SATTT.DAY, FTHPJ T ARV 12. 1021. CLERK BOUND, HOTEL ROBBED Night Desk Man Drugged and Tied to Chair r.lndln* Onrur l.und, night <l*r% of tli«> Ciiri(rnw hotel, Fourth ave. *n4 Marlon >t„ to a chair. «<rly Hatur. Any. two thug* tl«<d a cliloroforrrw »>«iked huiitk<T<lU«f ornr hl» fa»* ami robbed th« hotel till of sll. 'limy took « gold wntih and If from l.uriil Tin• two robbere caJled I.OTKJ to % room In the hotel by telephone } When he arrlvd they attacked him. Iff wuk thraatefw] with death If ho yelled. On* of the roM>er» bran, dl- lu-4 a run and the other a cloO» bound bludgeon. They failed to find Ml which lAtn4 ha/I hxld«ri in the offic* before going l« the room. LIFE TERM IS - GIVEN SLAYER Row Over Chickens Ended in Shooting Peter Oolaxtno, reicenfly eonrl«*«4 <,f rnnrJ'r for killing Ale* Mo (Jibbon, IVcember I#, in a quarrel over chicken*, wan aentencod t» life Imprtaonment by Judge Boyd J. Tallown Friday. Hentenr* wan import foOowta* d-nl»l of a motion ma/Jo by Attor ney John K. IJo re for a new trla I Plan, for Y.W.C.A. Campaign Ditcuised Plan* for the T W. C. A. fre« nervlce campaign to be ln.ta*urat*d next week to ralM fundu for needy girl* wer. diacufwnd KrwUy ev«ntnif at a cltlvn*' conference In the o»f» terht of the y. W. C. A. building* Dr Mark A. Matthew*. Judge Kver eti Hmlth and Urn fiertrude Brawjey were Kpeaker*. KranJt S. Bajley wan • lutlimtn. WATKR SIHT-OKF NOTICE ' Water will be «hu» off In the diatrk-t aupplled by the two-Inch main on Ka«t Highland Drive ea*t of Jlth ava. N. and on 4!nd me. N„ from Ka*t Highland drive to Kant Ivee at., Monday, from » a. m. to 4 p m.