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ADVERTISING SUNDAY CAPITAL NEWS VOL. XLII ALL THE NEWS FIRST HOUSE, IDAHO. SUNDAY MOHN INO, EK I »KM A HY 2, 1010. No. 19 RUSSIA JUMPS TO LEAD SOLE; PICHON SPURNS REDS' PROFFER American Delegates. Backed by Britain. Proposes With drawal of All Allied Troops From Land of Muscovites. SOVIETS LEAN TO PARLEY IF SUCH ACTION IS TAKEN French Foreign Minister Bit terly Opposed to Any Recog nition of Bolsheviks; Bruain to Recall Her Forces. My LOW LLL ,\( LLLLTT. Mûris, i '< b. I. The Russian situation 1« "in* -i .ipain 11 m i : I \ x xiix .a the IjiSßt.vt J » rub lern.-. 1 >* • t * * r • the peace «•on lv rone«-. Mel - veil tu L.. \. been tun Poini il « i :ix ,| ,.| I, t : . Pt*VY'.T;i ! l-luj-n: i| inf it t « « *111'« Ten - i«t Prinkipi s, tin j>ia; 1 » U m w. .• a-.- in thrown into tin Ruvgr.xi nl by tlx- i«.l lowing < wit 'I'lu Am« ! » an <h legation, ba a. «I by « heat. Prit; 1 in. pn.p.is. .1 i.. th.* ! t .*n* h «•a . rainent that all aîlx .l tr«*up» b. w itlxlrawn iVmn Mu • p. imnn-.ln \ el>. Mori i c .1 .'I ill,. Ser I . . . , r> u m ; « ppo-ril ion to tin • ! im m conta ine «1 in this proju saI, refused b. recognize .Jim L n .ix t. ..litor <»i I '« >) : Lii . ,u ] --pi'»-..-, niutiv.' ->i iu. S.u I, u«,\, ■ u Hx lit dps I* • tin . 11 :. : i tin M.il- ; «hoviki na.i r< •;-u stud Longuet to a- t i. thaï > a parity. IF TROOPS WITHDRAWN. Tin a.-t inn of fix Ann rh m drle satx . s lea I iicil !: "IU . if Ixu it - t * ' ■ su- ; : «■ i > 'it'd 1 1 urn iu ; . if i i rial infunna♦ ion th.it I nnl< r Ln and Mi l juu .Mimst it T,bit. h< would :x , • id tin* j)i "|*o- 1 1 171 the ; In * ■ : irrt \\ A lx.ii a \ u. Tie in lhrmadun ; «Glalrx «I by Ameiieai am-m « : U runt .nil villi rxpresen till v. : i. . i ». Tile Prit ish iil umb i - * * ' '.I to be planning withdrawn O' tli- !l "Up t I ""I X : ; i "h will tlx ti ■ French and Aim rii-aiis take simi iai ;o turn nr nut. Th« \ r.-g «I « va. Un I ion as iirgi id. in; inmn as Arch ! ; ' i « x MIGHT FORCE FRA.NCE. S a pj»,i reel lx would I'orce s; ! j ! ; ' • f hin « Til go i am guet, in Mu ini. n t .f tin Pad ■ questions to Bichon lor 1 ,rpi M of «. Inirig informai ion » - - a•■limr Mm allies* at [ il xl« toward U . Pi.. ix.n, in answer to lx m«net's re a M.r a reply that «onId he j* !a\ei.l !.. M. -i ,vv, sunt the full" - i n L' îx • t « . "This sort « d ' "ininuni .»n is r< served um qui.vx , II;- for tlx g.'ivern rm nt. It i.> impossibh t.. ai ' «dr to yum request." Ai.curding 1«- t x Pupul; • Piehon (Dont mix «i WO.) $5,000,000 Stock Fraud Is Charged Against Pan Motor Company. i Chicago, Feb. 1. \ M"«.-k I «i.d ui |r,.u0ft.o0e. -hit mg Mi « t mg - <,f '.•».«»•!• p,-opix. » l b ' ' d M . f. ill I II null' ■ rnuiit i''!!mii'il hi ii i"d. i* namin • olii cers ami diri.t"! "I Mix Pan Motor company nf St. « , l.»ud. Mr- "l< ip S mm 1 < ' I Vimlolto and L: . . ." i.ib . in the xunipanx • • • indi« t* d "ti Mu I barge; *»f mam: Hu mail- I" deft and The Pan M"1oi company launched; In Ne« .M ev x •«. IX BMH w;.* advert is»d I n.- building ml onjubilr:» and npitui t ruck : )n x ii||. : j « xordtn e t .* t lx tli trief al torn. ' uftx . ben . t .■ * "in • ; • did no mure than as.' inble « tew rar* A 1 '.N'iii hihi iji plu:- re. .ml;, ,j«l\» i li.-cd, tin. nidi« tux nt « harges. v,;,. err pDij by «*apitali/ing mtangibb .< - < ' 'l'in- « barges im hide statement that Î'jr»e,ê00 in liber! x bonds xxep. im lmh d i lu tli«' funds aequired by stock sales ! Pandolfo appeared first as a fiscal i agent, disposing of the stock : « 1 $10.-! 000 per share double the par vplue. It is alleged lie turned half his receipts over to the compnay, realizing $1, 100.000 for himself. ..... ALLIES DRIVEN B Mil, ES BY RED ALONG ARCHA ACK 20 FORCES iS GEI, LINE ■cmpnt Carrie»! Out That Only 1 7 K 111 c Using Gas SI tlx 1.1 lit London, ha\ <■ dri \ v mi tin*. Archu.ng'l In to an official r< port tonight. «'«jvoriug tin Wednesday and Tbur ti renient was madi i x strong 1 enemy attai I of Tarezvo. Tin* soviet a.rtillei to use «as shells agai but the latter are 1 >\ ith anti -gas appa ra t Alter 11 i i Amei ssl. and I up a strong; position * river. The retirennn furtively exeeuted tli lost only 17 killed. The Stoekholm eon III. I .. 'lull'll Post u newspapers as report Mulsin • v ik i are alle« furred tin- \ ietims to i «: vex, a ft. er which t In up un the c.lge and si s>o Effectively Sox/lets Ax. \ ik forces it, an unling oeeiM 'l. here >psrat ii »ns of .lay. Tin' ro tho face of in the region lias begun t the allies. 11 y equipped ' Sbxnkursk, i Iu 1 res tOOlv n the Dwina x lin'd them >t them. Crew From Fired S<|:h maru, Adrift in Resort to Camli Save Their Lives ooner Du Open Boat, balism to Y„ i;i l<\, I*. b I ViVOI-H of lilt' Wl'I.rll of steamer Dumaiu, a bun South Mai-il'ic alter bei lightning un (.»et. LU. pr balism tu save their 1 stui\\ i"M here today by 111«* party had manag'd iu ippini islands. After bell publish«:«) as a s fiiuml that he was a di « aiiadiau army draft. That si n sur lie American oiled in the ig struck t*y diced canni , r es, was the I'rank Fre I red. It«; was fter tin; small i the Phil name had or it was In d U tvv cut. Fred« tt< left Sail Min the Damai li, in order tu h#u: mil . < a «b m Del. x i.'ssel was struck by lia 1 crew abandoned Je r. fi 1ORCED TO FAT L'T being I ! day • in ight nxn still a I i \ « ; • y I hex . uuhl li' g A«.' budins of tia. 1 ,f I inn Mi had p. i I l.M Mir 'Ml« water. A i'ii". t all i f tli XX« !'- eunsmned. !■ i « deU kepi tlm mi n alive until the Philippines. Tin . da. . all« *. ithout f and \ « 1.1 1 out « t er I i\ « «it all 1x00 miles. said. This they re; lrift.il fur 24 fur'lo days -, drifting in AMERICAN MISSIOM INVESTIGATE CON THROUGHOUT P, A in •'cl,. 1.— An mission \vns tnrout" to to inviStiBat,- iioliticnl, sueial conditions througl The commission will e; quarters and P.ave repr other important cities, will b« t * » gather informa mumieate it to Mu* pe; « • Th«- commission, which Captain <1. rhanli, former naval attache' in Berlin, Arnold Whiteside, Major ne./. Captain Hoben Bla H. Chainlho*, Captain 11 Lieutenant Albert Stone tenant George Rov tiial, W. II. W. Di Franklin Day am maelu r. The inv< st igat i( to require two or NAME G0MPERS HEAD OF NEW LABT ill h VV li A I '« Be FAIR SIXD.M For« « ast. for smithvx Sunday, fair. YEvSTERDAY S WEATH 11ighost tempera< nr Lowest tempera I ur< Mean temperature. tn tll'i the) 1 explode. DEAD. i d and the the shark: hem in salt tvxo bodies TO DITIÛNS GERMANY n iei'lin tonight on. unie and i|out ' u rinauy. tblish heai lenlatixes n Its: sob duty ion and com* onferene- . is !i< ailed ay j I'nitcd St.H -a 1 îcludf» Major Indsey Blay Captain 1 ;Y1.„ i Piere* ' i street, Louis R 11. Field I ierick Sell 1 - ls expected mths. j * I D DHADH n nUAnU m i »ere., pres- j .l.tation ofi • ha irmai) « f ! t iuna I Jailor , *t i « »fi, which ;«• the inter ■ ongress M. — —n ! I'l l Lu ll , Urn Idaho: ER HERE. GREAT BRITAIN PARALYZED BY STRIKES; MANY HlfltT M RIOTS London Subway Workers Threaten General Walkout, Also Engineering Union, Un less Demands Are Granted. SERIOUS DISORDERS IN GLASGOW; 53 INJURED Threatened Railroad Strike Would Affect 400,000 Train I Men and 70,000 Clerks; j Lawlessness in Belfast. j London, IVb. 1 -With a nation j wide railxx ay strike threatened for next week, Great Britain and Ireland today were still in the grip of the in i dustrial scmi-paralyzation resulting j from the walkout of shipyard and as I soeiated Workers. j Glasgow was practically under mar tial law following th« riots of yes I torday and last night, which resulted I i n tin* serious injury of U4 civilians and j Li policemen. A thousand soldiers, ear ! lying rifles with fixed bayonets and wearing shrapnel helmets, patrolled tin streets while other troops were held in reserve. Lawlessness continued in Belfast when* the city was in practical con trol .»I tin* strikers, Several pedes trians w< ri> held up, beaten and rob bed by .strikers. Electricity was still cut off and the city was in darkness. STRIKE PERILS LONDON. In London, a general strike of sub way employes was imminent, while the Amalgamated Hoch ty of Engineers had •voted t" walk mit unless they wore granted a 44-hour wee Tin threatened railway strike would! affect 400,000 trainmen, engineers and switchmen and 70.000 clerks, including! f "legraph i s. The manual workor-v are controlled by the "shop stewards" which, organized leaders charge, are! Bolshevist i«*- while the clerks w ore till represented by regular union of fi i ll.-. The former, who ask equal rep resentation with their employers on all ruilw iy boards and a wage increase of jL'.f.O a we«.-k, already have issued m ultimatum to strike February 7 un less 1h*»ir demands are granted. CLERKS OUT NEXT WEEK. The clerks, demanding* joint control) of promotion, shorter hours ami rocog - nition of t.heir union, are expected to; strike next wn k. It was believed that ! he manual x\ oi kers would advance tli" date of their walkoui and strike .simultaneously In-cause ol the bigger! ad va ni a ;;«■ it. would give them. (iovormnont intervention was be Hex ed H» be tlw* only thing that would avert the railway strike. plaj (Wii GIRL ALLTD BLAME "Lone Star" Blames Troubles to Innocent Joke Overheard by Draft Board Sleuth; De nies He Erred in Registration Los Angel«-.* (Lone Star) ind Co F« b. 3. William famous football s his troubles to id a pretty' tele two lumps of sugar : phone *irl. The girl, however, has no part in his indictment at Spokane tor making false draft registration, and in fact her sweetness was just a foil fof the leading r«de of the sugar cubes. All this trouble started one night [in Spokane wln-n J. C. Argali of the* Spokane draft board, who is respon sible for these charges, and myself were in n hote l," Dietz told the Ignited* t « »«la 1 u talking 'to a telephone girl ad I re.o-lixd in nix pnc.kot nad pulled nt tx«o lump*! of sugar, and said t<> he gin. 'Tliey «'a n't fool me on this : s. I have in y own sup Just joking * 11 v '"K PLv. intsine I til I lie girl. JUST PERSONAL MATTER. AigaII ln-ard me, and he bawb-d nn. out nglit. Hirn . I . hr«- b- < n hounding me in the public matter absr.lqtol' . »!* since then he e t t ying t«> kill It's a personal "Thi * ha rgr haft ri'gistrat inyone wantr nv the r«'cn T, Indian n The\ also hax Sam known ' 1 ha If made n on are :i fratneui to know anything win-) ids of the Pine Ridge, nervation will tell them, x it at Farlislr I nrle t liether my statement xxas right. Som<one is going to pay for this." Uietz has beim in Lon Angeles since the acrvjeo championship football game between his Mare Island Marines and the Great Lakes naval training sta tion, appearing in the movie*. NOT A DOG'S CHANCE FOR WILSON PEACE PROGRAM; 14 POINTS ONLY PIECE OF PAPER, SAYS W. A. WHITE Famed Editor Correspondent Writes French Cliauvists and Brit ish Imperialists Have Low Opinion of League of Nations Project; However, Time and World's Opinion Are Allies of President and May Turn Balance in His Favor. By WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE. (Copyright. EU!), by The Whceîe Snydieatc Jan. 10. the J; ice of things, in Kui«»pe to dny. 1 T« * idt »nt Wilson' ■S p«:»a«'«* pi«* gram d« »es not. stunt) a (Iok'm chanc Th e actual «•< inference, *>f enprs*« . \\ ill hardly g* t uniter way until late i January, If then, ami much ma y happen in a few weeks jn.i in a situation whii-h largely i flux. But today, with what a s«*«-ret agreement now openly knowledged betwe«m I-'ran«'* Engin nd, to maintain England's position on the seas, and t«» guar ant«-«* t«» France the rich coal re gions in the basin of the Saar, ami no <3 iman fortifi«ation witl» in 30 kilos east nf the Rhine, the 14 points of President Wilson would seem to have merely an ac ademic interest. Yet * they were the basis of the armistice; but they are scraps of paper as mat ters stand at the opening of the glad new year. Tills statement needs explana tion and possibly modification. Ami the explanation which Ameri ca must have is that the French chauvists and the British imper ialists secretly and at heart have a low opinion of President Wil son's league of nation.se. The British conceal their disagreement more or less. The French states men are more frankly cynical. "God," quoth Clemenceau, in a bon-mot of the boulevardes, "gave us the Ten Commandments and we broke them. Wilson gave us his 14 points—and we shall see." AN "EASY MARK." Dn the floor of the chamber, ( 'lemeneeau has been rather f< lieitious in his remarks about the president. (Metnenreau in his t< mous statement of war aims in th«» great debate just b. for« N< xv Year's day, referred tu tin- "grniuie candner" xf the president. Now, gronde cnminer seems l" the un tutored Englishman to mean say rather except hmftl ran dor, and so it. was translated. But it is a French idiom, which may mean a stupid simplicity of mind; trans lated into modern American, it means that Clemenceau .-heerfully referred t<» our president as "an easy mark." The president got this. ID also got that rather ill concealed swipe at the 11 points which < lemem-enu passed in the same debate when he said: "There is an ohi fashioned point of vi« xv to which people noxvadays M«m ashamed to hold, but to which I am frank to say I am still prom! to maintain the balance of pow er. And Th'UHtik those views. I shall into ti.' X « : p« ; JUf* if Mure is anything in which the president do«s net b liexe. which his 14 points • ni t«» be written to sweep out of civiliza tion, it is the balance «>f power. So the next day after < leinen - ccau's shroud about the Wilsoni;m "grand* eanduer" and the bald declaration favoring the balance «»f power, the president began his declarations in favor of a league el nations, which should be based, not at all on a balance of poxvor, but upon a representation of all nations great and small, and a pear*- based upon a continuous congress of nations that should promulgate justice among nations, relying rather more upon the jus tice nf tin* pronouncements than upon the for«*«» behind the decrees of the congress. , HENCE, THE BREACH. So began the open diplomatic «:ontrov«rsy between what may be called tin* advocates of a world peace bused « ntir« ly upon secret agreements, great standing armies, large navies, balances of povv«-r, quadruple allien«'« s ami wha t r»"t of old worltl diplomatie red sashes and rooster feathers, on th* one hand, and on the other hand the federation of free nations. Supporting the theory of the balance of power are the world's responsible leaders— riomencfau and his majority in lram*e; George and his coalition in Eng land, and Sonnino ami his Italian majority Sonnitm, whose attitude speaks almost frankly in lus par liament: "If the other nations be gin to grab, we want our share: if not. we shall be content with what wo must take." Th« r« can be no questj«»n but that Ll«»\«l Georg«.»'» sweeping victmw at tin polls, a n <I DIemenccau's decisive imlorsemonl in th«- cluimb» r aft. r bi.s speech, and the strength of Sonnino ill Italy as manifest'--I !>■ his r«»pea t e«i \«»t«'s ..f i ix i< , mm t. make th« ir position) pnliti« ally l urmidn 1 »1 « . The;, ne thrc«- to one nyair the piesi«ien1, ami tluii pmcrain staf«'«l rather baldix ami hromllv is this: First, to continue a large enough standing army and a sufficient navy to hold ths rest of the world in check. Second, to set down as interna tional law such rules of the s-^a as will give England virtual control of the commerce of neutrals and belligerents in time of war among j the smaller subject peoples of the quadruple alliance. Third, to put a political quaran tine around Russia, so that Bol shevism may not spread to the rest of the world, and to enforce the quarantine with the police powers of a benevolent despotism. Fourth, to impose such terms upon Germany that she will vir tually be a political prisoner among the nations for at least a generation; and these terms in clude requiring a smashing indem nity extending over a term of years—perhaps 20, perhaps 3J, per haps 50, requiring for at kast five years the German prisoners to re main in France and Belgium re pairing the devastation which they have wrought, and repairing it with timber brought from Ger many, stone, cement, iron, coal and other building material brought from Germany, and enforcing these requisitions of materials from Germany by practically ra tioning Germany in the matter of raw materials of food and indus try; when building materials fail, raw materials would stand. Fifth, leaving matters of bound ary, questions say of Balkan geog raphy and the partition of Asia Minor and the disposition of the German colonies, to a joint high commission with powers, sitting in secret and with scale and yard stick establishing the balance of power. MERELY A DREAM. That is tli«' bague of ualious which th«» men in pmver in Europe now «1« sire to establish us the re sult nf the war. They reganl the president's proposal to invite Rus sia and tlu smaller countries to a congress nf nations, founded some what. as th«* holts«' nf r* pres« nt;i tives in America is rounded, and o keep the « mlinuous «ljusl meats of internat m Vile. Above the nmdif nmpllfieat ion which the pi 1« r in the run points. Nati Bit, i«' expia: und p«»ssi «lent si «-nr« »11 x, there is «»t her side, the brighter sbi«» the situation. For if it see that there is not a «log's «lin f«»r lie 14 point*« to !*• xv ritten tli' ist situation. H« s • ' ! Ï is to liavx no club: he gixvs Mu impression of one standing by ca suall y waiting for the obvious thing to hnpiien. Lloy.l G. .,rg" and » 'lemeneeau, armed «with th ■ • i r agrci'iru nt to stand by the pe; ace of foice, seem t«> hove vastly the advantage of the president. Vet lie has one ally- 1 line. NO PACT TILL AUGUST. It is n«'X\ January: peace cannot be finally <!«•« Jared much before August. And «luring the Inst day« of D« ■.-ember at Manchester the pnsident raid rather incidentally that the 1 ' nit «Hi State» would »•«■ a party to no peace which «11«! not include a continuous congr«*: s «»f the nations of the world, lit t D and big. to settle the ever-arising <li.s putes of an expanding world. That was his r« ply to the statement of Cbm« neem. that the ptvshlent was a man of grande « andiu i ! It ma v take si'iiii' time for the incidental remark to sink in, but if the presi dent is firm, if h< lets his attitude be kn«»wn rat i er widely and «1« M *nitcly all over the civilized world, if 1 . will otilv stand and wait for the * bvlolis thing it is bafly p.tssibu* that th« p. ix congress may : V* lln ' »hu and sign th« I I u »inM- But it wdi take a. Ma m a;««" "- 1*4 «1 «rouragç. of re,so - lilt '*•!;, (»I d«lggxd pm p ( ,Si , to put the iU«'p««s'M >n through. Hut eix« n that, a n ,,j , i, nnr ,_ 1rs Mu pi 'port x •1 t r nr tenure. h» ml in «I public '* t"rin or am«th«'r, 1 ntiim nt fuiu !ions b» r that the prosbb nt lias a way with him. 1 Hiring six y<ars in the xx hilx house ho has put through a b"«l\ of rallier revolutionary 1« gis ! a t ion. while «•< xgr. ha» boon black In Urn fa«-" with undying « limit y to that h girlnl i«»n. And thy .President has a« hirv«d in rather a cold blooded way. without tie* c.SHory dramatics, sur prising results, by laying his prop ositions < "<>llv upon the table ami letting public sentiment do the rest. 11 *j has said "sign here," t«Y the Anuwiean congress time and again, and has been obeyed. And j i « » \v t«» the peace congr« ss, lu» may lie doing something the same thing. Il«' se» ms little excite«! about the uling « ix ilizalion as a beautl '.«111 iri«b sxent. but iinpraetiea - ! I ] j J I i ; j j j ' ■ j ! j ■ j : ; I j j j (Continued on Pag«? Two.) I GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR NATIONS' LEAGUE Submission of all dr put* « to . Peaceful settlement. ' -Prevention of all acts of war J by any means at the league's dts I posai. ' — Establishment of an interns tional court of justice, with power to enforce its decisions. 4— Establishment of an interna tional council to act ns a concilia tion and mediation body with the privilege of appeal to the inter national court or the associated powers themselves. 5— Limitation and supervision of armaments. 6— Renunciation of all secret treaties. 7— Admission of all peoples to the league of nations on an equal basis, providing they give guaran tees of their intention to observe its covenants. Seizure of Gotham Chinese, Re cent Habitant of the Crime Scene, Only Clue Obtained; Frightful Struggle in House. Washington, Feh. 1. --National tal police hopotl by tomorrow t«> definite information on the my ing murder <»f Dr. Wong, Chinese edi cational mission director her« . i two young assistants. They hatl rounded up in the ol' New York's Chinatown todn young, well-educated Chines**, 11. Wan, student in George Washington university, who had been in the mission headquarters up t«> last Wodnrs.la v. which apparently was the day of tlx d 111 ■V'l" murder. From him M « able in forma ti«« « xpeiled t<* g«'t valu T» might the pu/.zb* fn »lut i The mur« 1er may* be tangle»«! up in in rnational , uliti«-,-. or it may be a plain se of r«»bj*«iy: or again, it max hav«.* tinge of romance, for th« r'hinesc are ! reported by the police l«* ha\. rntur I lained worn* n at their hea«l«i u a it «*rs *n ] occasions. j Officials ,.f a local bank inform'd J the polie« that a young' Chinaman .sought to « ash a $.700 ehe« h signe ! by I Wong during the week, but was re jltise.l. IL d«'Hcriplioii was given the i auth«..»rit ies. Dispatches from Ban Francisco, iu ; dieating that the mur«ha s may have* j !•• <*n Mie n suit «»I .« plot ae. « in a ■ • 1 ucational mis- i**ns her«- ami in Canad «, were given great weight. Inasmuch a^ jr. volutionaries that tin mission j money : houM be sp«»nt f«.r i "I rati« r 1 han education, th" puli' «- ; • • ii" a careful study «»f Dr. \V..n;:' t'h ut- • j It wa reporte«] he was to b . *'h Iig-I ' nf n ?1 DlOO.OftO fund for a new « Mix -■ ■ '"!"*■ -. l. tn. j W.Ml Will L»C! ; • •• f ma u* la 1 r«\i;iti<m.'i with Woxa « ml . ••« to any feini 1 lx y ma v h;i\<* d FRIGHTFUL STRUGGLE ling* r print experts riivt » ■ 1 v n«*! ■ ! Mo marks left by the mur«l. r« i .and xx-li «ompnre these xx it i Wans pr -if , - -«»on as he is returne-l. Ti was b«*li< v«d that lie would arriv«* late tonight. • Careful Inspection of th«* m - - u to '«lay showed that there h ; 1 »*■«■? « a frightful struggle before M. three were; killed. Wong's b«»dy lay in • om «ai 'the first floor, while tli«» otlu : two vie tints were found in the < ell.n\ According to word roa< hing police lu adquartei s. Wan deni«' - my kn«»wl >f the crime. SIXTY AMERICANS SAVED FROM STRAI'JDED VESSEL London, Feb. I. Naval t .c late to day were trying lo float tin Anna i« in transport Narragansett, which xvem ashore near Bembridge Point last night. 1-Y-rri* s t«»«»k off 25U0 troops «luring the «lay ineluding C.O Auuai ans. r rh<» trail:- port had been l«tam*d to the British government t«> carry troops bet wen ■Havre and Southampton. WILSON PLANS RETURN JOURNEY FEBRUARY 14; SECOND TRIP UNLIKELY Wdl Sad On George Washington Liner With 3000 Soldiers as Com panions Across Seas. By RUBHUT .1 BLN DKL. Maris, Feb. 1. IT« sub ut Wilson Wdl sail f'*r tin. Fuit' I Stat«-s on the liner Georg«* Wasidngt«».!, l«V*b. It. a «««»id ing to auihoi'ftiitivo ln formaU«*n tonight. Tin steamer, xvhielt pr«,«bah|y will follow the same eonr; - oxer which it brought Mu preedent t«> Fiar*- , will also cn ri. s«»hb« rs. A« « «'plain...... the important. ,n i a pies *.! Mix Am. ii. -n pr«» g» ;* « < t . »e ' t .. v- ii h th- rapt«] ! j ; P« a Him tlx r.l s, 1««1 the 1 »-Ht f in ufft Ml «i Hart ois Hrii the i n t-Mr!t nt tv ill find a s« « « *n«l Mil* 1 ut Kriitp ■ i inn«rxe«aary It is k no xv n 1li.il return *1« p, •mied Uputl il» trrml i Ml- COIlf.'fT polie; . aft.-f In- .1 riixal in Ann i-ri* .i , asitlc ft.tin Hit' amount of a etual work nn«-ornpii."l" 1 before his - «y il h draw; :tl from Hu «rasions. The pres ident fet Is VTV optimistic in bwl Ii ; WORLD UEAGUE PLANS ALMOST READY FOR THE LAST ANALYSIS Confidently Predicted Definite Outline Will Be Presented at General Peace Congress Next Week tor Ratification. DEVOTE MOST OF TIME TO PROJECT'S PROGRAM Agreement Reached to Offer U. S. Mandatory for Constanti nople as Evidence of Faith in League's Practicability. By FRKI > S. F FUG l'SOX. Maris, Feb. 1 Mlans lor the league of nations arc progrersir so rav»idiy that a definite outline will be present « d to ID« gem ox 1 peace «'«ingress for latifieation n* •;t xx.xk. it was eon!i «hjiitly predict« ■I in "fi'i 'ial cirotes to night No pi* lotry s« -inn was held today, t*» th ! The ; s i oding m » pr Sion left by tin .ilspcsitl, iti.it«' oil lln league of nations, f the princi i «al n usons for the « x es was the imprest bitter < h feati confer«* the xd tli ha uments over m colonies, Ch sessions, e the league possible' , ternati « P iio.'tV'Smiit'- ; ; ( j } H ( .....', , p. . *|*,.'|,, |(i ip'jj',, ,, So ,*iei ies pj. ,|. , !,f i , I. : p.|. . IH ... I J, ■ ; j * i ■, ,,-r»-«-d din n..; BoD n-pi - x-m'o, ..-»■ - , : tor th- ] r. - 1 . - 1 » As an insi.'nx «»f the phm « » ! \ i s t ration oi «I -, 1 «»t n: e ; truste-- hip for was Itxnrned t. uent had been «'rx a th m id ti«*pi* pr<'V-dii.g j Tin* question « ■ tait fund ioning as soon c so that all such problenns ...... handled directl.v under its auspices. CONSULT OUTSIDERS. Not only are tin deb-gntes devoting; practically their entire lime to con sideration of the league program a duation rendered possible by re f'lrina individual Problems t«i special commit t* . s but th. y ar. « ailing int.j e<m. Kali n m;«»t fi. il r«»!U »«• ntatiVes "f 'iiri«- as nati.a.al « .rgafiizationa which hav s!u«li«-d the leaguo principles. 'I'hr- Muai outlim», according to aii thoritativx information, will thus r-p r* a e i n>" >• ;d ■ i « i i. - tion of the b" i ifle.'o- Ironi all » a liable sources. No î n * î i \ i • ' a : 1 1 «»r nil -m xx ill haxe* any partit Uhir claim uthorship, and when the p *»gr.; n su bin It teil to the plenary y, - ii \x ill not hx i«-cog nizahle as tin* Wilson, or the Smuta, or the ('»"I pi.tn, but will b«. truly m RESHAPE OUTLINE. cut Wilson. < '»land House, .-mut and l v »rd,Fi*iJ want • S (1 -n-' ■ until . l.- te hour last 1 ' v isi 11 :: S' x ♦ tal f « a t u res, ad « 1 - I a ml g. n-' rally res haping Fi Italia ' ft« mo« i mil a ml da . n up M? mitt, e the Fi el li i 952,411 Moi, G1.237 Officers Discharged , Home Camps to Be Cleared in 15 Days. , as hingt«» n. Feh. 1, More than "soldiers have now gone back b' eivll Ilf«-. Chief «»f Staff March nn mainc« «I in his \vc«-Uly pr« ss confer G 1-T7 ufficers and b7.-.41 1 nun. both from t'nitod States • aul \. K. F. stations, have been dis « harged. L« ; ;s than 1.7 «lay s is roi| ui red to dis miss such «»f the domestic army ns is s !. « t *• « 1 f«,r imme«liat« : d inch a rgc. March dissipât«'«! many xvild cnsualty Vf-port by giving praetU'ully a com p!« <" list ot ilu.sx killed in action, «H< «J ! of wounds, missing in • « . totalling 7f;.:>: j division lost in M m ; first regular «1 1 vit I fir Fra ha l 1 '; the »I the lia uiboyx Thirty g« lierai oil win..m are régula i« »»«I to their old on • t»» lv op pace u and pri.» - The ::;«th i th::. Th« first to lest total, • n cl. i mi division -A '»4, i . all but. four have beep ,-r., ular army st « i deiio'tbMtKaUon. HURLEY STARTS RACK FCB. 7. Mans, l ' d*. I 1'iJvx » r• 1 Hurley, chair man "1 th«' I nit ««1 States »hipptnfC I*' * r 'I ">il lea x e l"i I he t'nited States j*'u l'«l>. 7, it was announced tonight, iln a recent official statement. Hurley ,.-ai«I he would present to congress plana for a gi« at American nien haru marine.