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V tf.. - V9 IVBATHim ton OHIO Fnlr ami jwnrnicr lonlglitJ-Sn'ftiriTAy in clotullncs mul warmer",' prohftbly rnln or enow In nortliern porlloii, AILY MIRROR. ih ax II-1 VOU WANT TO EMPLOV SOME ONE OTl ARE IXOKlNO TOR EMPLOYMENT Telephone No. 9. fOKK' BOTH HNK A RENTER. SDK A.KotMBB or a irotmn F.Ott A' llENTKU a Voiteni! XVIII NUMBER 163. MARION, OHIO, FRID'a'YJFEBRUARY 25, 1910. IV" PRICE TWO CENTS ira i v r cv X Kng ,s. few. uirai wmtt THE , . . " H . au B A ""-. w M. " JUAKION , WP WS8-. Vyv I I- l Cf . GENERAL STRIKE k DdOTDnucn Union Labor in Philadel phia not Ready to Take up Strike. MORE GARS BEING OPERATED Stones are. Hurled Prom Dark Corners. One Lad Receives Bullet in His Arm. J'rosonpo' of tlo Constabulary has n Quieting Effect iiMin tlio Jtlofcrs. ' Street Car ofllclnls Cliilm Thoy Ino tlio Strike Ilrokun nml Home ot (lie IN Ten are Reluming to Work, but' tlio Union Strenuously Denies tlio Truth of' tlio Statement. By United Press Wlro Philadelphia, Pa., Fob. 25 No dis turbances linvo occurred tu mark , tin Bcvcnth , dim ot tlio street .car, l Moro enrsaro bolng- run Todaytlintt' at any' other tlmo stnrpytho' wiilfc-out ' nnd tlio determiner nttltudo or tlio police nuthorltlrs to suppress rioting trtts, prevented further ft ttack,s upon tho non-union slrlkn-brOnkYrs. Tho probability of a general slrlko of the' 100,000 union men In Philadel phia In sympathy 'forthc street 5ir mm,, grows more rc'moto dnlly." Tho ptrept car men themselves oppose such ' n ntrlkp. dA Atva mooting of ttie representatives --ofthe Central LAboriwnion, tuo niueu S . building trades nnu, other unions, jioi.i BV, fi&i h'eht action- otTtM sympathise lr' ' -ifetfllco was postponed until next Sun- t'f'day, When thorp will bo held a great mass meeting of all labor, leaders In Philadelphia, whether jJafnllnted with ttin.rtontral ItniW nr tint, to determine HI .( finhllvVwhether thb 100,000 union men and wnmonshall ralwond to n general 7.W.":'.. i'ic t tSrto ,1oMpiI lutt If n. ireneral W. ' Jftrlko should bo iphlljd, no tonus would f Himado with tho street Cltr company fr'-jji tmtlC' It .tod resumed tlio salo of sW ' ' 'H.4 a M. . ..-!.,.. fnil n illfirit Willi ,,, .i sirecv tur u iu . ini. ;i" - Jj:r.wRa'.jaiaiJiljj . inaUwlhivo;tJtIjl8v.;,iVlU ton popular movor andBnln sympathy for them. As soon as tho strlko leaders wero notified of this action they sent a pot of resolutions, slgiwl by President Irl8C0ll nnd fjccretnry Rnrron, of the ntro'ot car men's unloii to tho Central Labor union nnd tho Building Trades council, declaring tho cur men hod the strike situation well III hand and did not bellovo a general strlko would bo necessary. Tho olJlclnls of tho Philadelphia Rapid Transit company announced to day tlfclr success In running cars last night and said .they would gradually Increase their dally service to Ilia normal. Only a few outbreaks marked tlw resumption of tho servlco last nigh. Tho station pollen had a fow hrushoa with Individual disturbers of thopeaca hut tho Kensington district In whtph thoy aro doing patrol duty and when tho strlko riots Hmvo been fiercest In thqpast, was unusually quiet. The state pollco refused to permit any gathering nnd brooked no resistance. Tho most Bcrlous affray of last night occurred at aermnntown avenue and Junlotta street where a crowd of youths stoned a street car. A police, man on tho front of tho car fired In to tho crowd, tho bullet striking Michael Kenney, eighteen, in tho arm. Konnoy was arrested. When tho crowd had been dispersed, pollco Lieutenant JalfnRQn discovered tho first brick thrown had brokon his collar bone. Nearly pvery street car run In Frank ford list night was stoned from dark corners and tho pollco fired many shots, but no ono was Injured. Cuts wero withdrawn In this section after 0 o'clock but hervlco was resumed thefo today, moro police being on duty. Tho oulclals ot tho Rapid Transit company declared a number of tho .strikers are returning to work, nnd that thpy havo plenty of mon to handlo all their cars ns soon ns tho police glvo tWo word. They declarj tho strlko is broken. Tho strikers. In turn, say they nro the victors. Thoy deny absolutely that thcro havo been any desertions from tholr ranks. Only ono disturbance, hnd occurred tip to 11 o'clogk and In it a police man wos badly hurt and a number of rlotors beaten up, This happened at Sixth street and Columbia avenue. A car on which Patwilmnn Qeorgo Pastro was riding wna stoned. Ono ot tho missiles struck Pastro Insonslblo. Other policemen and stato pollco charged tho crowd, rtBlng tlfolr maces wlthtelllng effect. Tho mob broko bo fqro tho galloping horses of tho stato police. Only ono arrest was mrulo Pastro was taken to a hospital, Tho union men aro still unshaken In their decision that thoy will forcu tho transit company to recognlssu them, Desplto their stotomonts tho company declares It Is operating fa moro cars today than at any other tlmo during tho strll-.o. It Is notlcablo that tlio cars ore" bolng hotter parron lzed, ospoplally In tho shopping dls trlct nnd that women havo begun rid. Jng again. Tall? of a general strlko Is dyjnt; out, despto tho efforts of, tho mon hot-headed union leaders q keep it going. t ' Whlio' Ihe uhloi peopl of FihllaaeL pulft will stand, by tho strlklri par men It Irt bolloved tiiat they wilt not go to tho point of calllntr a general walk out. Tho matter will bo threshed out at Sunday's meeting which has boon caiiea osiGiiHibly roi bringing about a general strlkg. It Is necessary for eaoh Individual union to hold itiro. fercned vnto If suoW a strlko nhVull tnko place, so thnt Sunday's mectliii will bo mora dlscusslonal than any thing else. "If this strlko Is not settled and tho stnlo police aro not out of this city Monday thcro wfll bo something dolngtr declared President John f. Murphy of tho Central Labor council today. Tho Rapid Transit company nn npunccd this afternoon that It had re sumed practically Its usual car serv ice; that- It had 4,000 men at work nnd that tho strlko. Insofar as tho company Is concerned, Is brokon. Tho company declared trio 4,000 inon at work aro not professional strike breakers, but competent street cor men who would, uudur no nlrcuin stnnces bo dlsmlsxed to mnko way for returning strikers. Cars aro lining patronized 'froolj and no disorder Is feared Mayor Itcyhiirn sard to tho United Press this afternoon;' "I nm suro troiiblo Is over nnd that things will soon bo on a normal basis, Whon you sco that women shoppers aro using tho cars frcoly you may know public conlldenco Is res'tored "' A trp by a United Press "repre sentative, through Kensington this afternoon Hhou'od thnt this section, whero tho most serious riots occurrod, Is perfectly quiet. t'nptnlu Oroome, In command ot tho statu police, denounced rto "lies" tho stories sent out that there had been nny disorder in tho district pa trolled by 'tliu stntnVpolleo , "JV'.My. men havo'fijriSken up two or three gatherings," ')(?!itdJ , "but limy liiiYo bad no troiiblojKliAfever." BELIEVE WOMAN WASJflURDERED Body Found in a Bath Room With Dog Clasp- ed in Her Arms. Uy United rress Who. Chicago, Feb. 25 Tho pollco wero nsked today to InVestJgnto tho circum stances 8urrouiTdlng tho death ,by as phyxiation Inst Tuesday of Mrs. Em ma Van Anden, who was found dead IntHVo bnth room of her homo, hold Ihir Hin.limK' of lii'r net ilnir In hor ...:i-tyiiut.iiriT:.,.'t.t.?.Viw.tiW' .:.. .-., ilium oiuiiiituiii'i'iiBiy i. uiiM uiiiiiiuiiu' cd that A. E. Wobber, half brothor of Mrs. Van Anden, would reach hero today from Alexandria, Louisiana, to look after his sister's estate. From a noto left by tho woman tha pollco bellevo sho committed sulcld) Thoy aro Investigating a statement In this noto that she was "ponnlless. friendless nnd alone." It had been generally behoved that the woman was wealthy, Tho noto which was nddressed In "Tho Chief ot Pollco" nnd which con tained several underscored words, said In part: "When this reaches you I will bo In tho world beyoiUl. I havo played my last card and lost all. Today I am penniless, friendless -and alone. Tit? my body In nro mlno no matter whs my body nro mlno no matter who may -claim them. I leavo no debts. Everything Is paid In full." Hesldo tho noto was found a clipping describing tho sulcldo by gns of an unknown woman. Tho noto has arous ed tho suspicions it tho pollco and they aro endeavoring to learn whnt became of all tho woman's property. Mrs. Van Andon. was tho widow -r Charles A. -Van Anden, , a "wildcat" Insurance manl who died In tho clt'f bridewell while serving a scntenco for UBlng tho malls to defraud. AT Strikers Take' Advantage of the Strike Troubles in Philadelphia. Hy United Press Wlro. Hothlohom, Pa., Fob, 25, Sheriff Person, of Northampton county, has boon appealed to by I! urges O, L. Peyscrt to take charge of tho local sltuutlon following a riot nt tho plant ot tho Bethlehem, Stool company to day Conditions aro serious and tho state constabulary may bo called into action. Tho strlko has boon dormant for somo time, but toduy Beyeral hundred strikers and sympathizers marohod to tho plant and congregated about tho miilp ontrances. As men who havo rofusod to Join tho Btrlko ar rived thoy woro Importuned not to entor tho plunt and whon thoy ro fusod thoy woro assailed, Street lighting followed nnd mnny windows li tho plant and other build ings In tho neighborhood woro brokon Tho strikers nttnckod trolloy curs loaded with mon going to work and broko tho windows nnd assaulted mon who; persisted In trying to go to Work, sTho fact that the ontlro state con stabulary Is on strlko duty In Phila delphia Is believed to havo ombold onod tho mon Into attacking tho workers, Washington, Fo. 25 Jtoprcsontatlv.i Perkins of Now York passed, a fairly comfortable night and seemed to bo a llttlo stronger this morning, Ills physicians Jiowevor, dQ not hold out unyliope for Ji'u ultimata recovery, i , RIOTING BETHLEHEM Officials Kept Busy by.SBig Strike; Soldiers jw ! n iiwim nniimrnnj jr - "JL7Xlim iiumd ...X-JU- " nmUMniiinrniiiiiiiiiniiiriii ilru LMB3msfmBSkmWk a&mk ;... A j'mrsszwcs&jjrs I Tho burning ot cn.'s in Philadelphia, assaults ou strlko breakers and other forms of lawlessness led to vigorous nctlou by tho authorities, especially Governor Edwin S Stuart of Pennsylvania, who Is a Philadelphia!!; Mayor Itcyburn, District Attorney Samuel P.Jtotan and Director of Public Safety Clay. Ono of tho pictures shows tho use mado of tho American ling by soma of tho sympathizers with tho strikers. The. dumped a heap of rubbish on tho track nnd then stuck a ling upright Into the pllo In order to stop the progress of a car. The plcturo also shows i somo ot'the State fenclhh'H who proved powerless toeheik tho mob. SHERIFF WANTS A "GHOST CURE" By United Press Wlro Washington, Intl., Feb. 'IT,. In response to many appenls for some one who has a "ghost cure,." Shor Ift Colbert today received a letter from .1. D. Mojelond, of Laesn, Cal ifornia, slating ho wished a clianco to drlvo tho ghosts mil of tho county Jail, whero It Is said they aro nlwhtly visitors. Tho ubllclty of the visitations was given, by Cleorgo Cole, a confessed murderor, who snld tho spirits of those who died In tho Jail visited him, Many times he woko tho sheriff, cnll lug for usslstnuco. TOUGH SLEDDING FOR TAFTS BILL Corporation Attorneys v'L'ambast Public Utilities Measure. Ily United Press Wlro. Coluinbus, O. Fob. 25 President Taftls publlo utilities commission bill Introduced In tho Ohio legislature by Uopresoutatlvo Woods of Medina eoun. ty was "rousted" and "roasted'1 nnd lambasted by corporation lawyers last nfght In a publlo hearing ot iirgu. ments. A notnblo fen turd "of tho gathering was tlio number of ex-Judges, cx-sonntors, cx-congressmen, ox lepresyntatlves who appear for publh servlco corporations In opposition to tho mensuio. ' Tho drift of tho argument of tho corporation lawyois was a play for tlmo. Thoy want to wait, until utili ties cpntiiilssion laws havo been trlod In. other stales. An objection uovcrnl tlmeB entered was that Woods hnd plagiarised wholo sections of tho Wis consin utilities commission law whero, tho HiKmkor pointed out, tho cities had surrendered tholr rights to control utilities corporations, "a thing", thoy said, -"that Ohio niunlelpolltlcH will will not surrender, Tlioy alt described tho Woods bill n "rio; utilities bill at all," Among tin speakers wero former Congressman nnnnon, Portsmouth, Ohio; founor Stato Senator Solbifr, Akron, Ohio; former Stuto Senator "West, Columbus and .Cullofoiitaliic, Ohio,, . ft ' i ' : ii and Scenes. In Philadelphia Streets. Ml HUNT IN PROGRESS Posse Searching for Negro Who Outraged" a Child. COMMITTEE SEARCHES JAIL Black Fiend had been Re moved. Negroes Ask Permission to Lynch Him. Tho UWapplnulcd Mob Itccnmo Threatening nod Demanded Eer A'' Prisoner In the Jail;, but Cooler - II. (. ..It. II, ,i nil, il mill. 1.i.,i.iiliiil III, II, n ll.li. .iii. i rt.i, i. , the Posmi to Take upftlie Hunt for the Negro who Is Itcllcw-d to bo vw III Fori 1 1 ot III. Swfrg. fti Starting lty Unit-id Press Dallas. Toms. Keb before daylight .i mob'ofFovor a thou sand ineii ami l-,s Ismrlng every Inch of ground in tliopsurroundln country tmlm in search of Allen UrooltB, a mi" nllegedtto have as saulted two -.ir old JKtliel HiivIus. Aftor Hurriiuiiding thojvjTili last night and demanding Hint Urjjoks bo tflrned over to them. !' i lotof.;woro finally (piloted long enough ffoiy tho sheriff to make II known tni.tMio negro had been taken vi niuJjjPllivllod six mumbers of tin H'OhtpJt search the Jail. Headed by thofHfnthqr of tho girl, a committee entesand on fall lng'to find lir'di.H, a iiuin hunt was started, jjjv'., For a lime the oulqlnls faced the most serious situation tlmt bus Over iiilsun here The jmjij jvns armed with long rails and declared they WO(ild batter down thoall doors un less Hrooks was iiiriiuujojror to tnom. Insldo tho sheriff was surrounded by the entjro police force;' deputies and othor i'hll ollletrs, all armed and un der ordeis to shoot In case an attack was ,mudo When tho sis nu'inbi of tho mob failed to llud Hrooks a further out break was threutennd, tho mob cla mming for every prisoner In tho Jail . Cooler heads prevailed on tho men to tnko up tho search for Hrooks, Ho la believed to be In Fort Worth. The child lliooks Is alleged to havo assaulted was found unconscious In n bum by the mother. A committee of negroes yesterday asked tho grand Jury for permission to lynch Brooks hut Ibis was drilled. Elkhart, Iud , Feb. 5 Announce ment was mado today by Master Mo chaulc Foster, of tho Lake Hhoio Michigan Southern railroad, Mint that load was to begin shortly tho eon sti action or a $J.ooo,noO locomotive and tar shops here The shops, according to the nnmuni't'iiicnt, will bo the larg est In tho AVest, covering sixty-five aires and will employ over 3,000 men. l Says ho was Just Ready to Make a $40,000 Haul in Jewelry. Hy United Pros-i Wlro. Pittsburg, Pa.. Feb. 2.". A man giv ing his ilrst two names ns Stejihe.i Austin, but who refused to -divulge hit lost iinmo becnuso It would bring dls graco upon his patents, whom -IVe snld lived near Term Iluute, Indiana, '.a being held by the police today pond ing further Investigation regarding his alleged confession that ho had committed several uibbeiles hero und when captiued, wuh ou tho oven ot making a final haul of $10,000 worth of diamonds from a big downtown more Austin said hu was a graduate of an Indiana college, a licensed civil engineer out followed highway robbery as a business. Ho said that tho potty Jobs ot tho post few weeks wero to piovldo for tlio necessatles of llfo but ho looked forward to a big haul ftom which ho ,lutendcd t pay every man from whoin ho had taken monoy. Austin told tho pollco that ho'nolthor drank nor used drugs nnd that ho only occasionally smoked. Ho was attested after having accl leniiv discharged his revolver in a saloon, CONFESSES Mil UDDEIUHd WANT TO DROP LORD BRELFORD Hy United Press Wire. London, Fob. T -m rosponso to an Intimation that Admiral Urd Clmrli"! Uercsford Is determined to continue his attacks In parliament on the Lib eral party's naval policy, tin "Inspire 1 hint" appeared today In tho Liberal press thnt a repetition In tho houso of commons ot tho charges that bu mado In his nnte-eleetlon speeches "may not bo without effect on Lord C'hnrles Ueresfor's futurt-carror. It is polntd out that Peresford's lit tornnces during tho campaign almost overstepped tho lino separating what Is permissible from thnt wlilcli no om- cer on tho active lift can no allowed to make From the moment ho was relieved of tlio command of tho channel fleet on account of tho Insubordinate manner in which ho resisted Uio wishes of the admiralty, It Is .complained that h3 has fought tho administration In ,t manner wholly Incompatible with his letentlou of olllco under It Then- Is high iiiilh'orlty for the statement thnt llicie Is an Increasing sentiment In favor of nctually drop ping him from the service altogether without a pension and In disgrace. SPANKED THE BOY BANDIT Temperance Worker Held up and A Saloonist Attacked. Py United Press Wire. Chicago, Feb. ': Two bold but experienced "boy bandits" armed In ti tin- teeth, narrowly escaped a spank ing early today when they attempt ed to hold up a satoon owned bv Oeorgo Qulnn. After their dlsnstrou experience with the "wets" thoy at tacked the "drys", waylaying nnd robbing a woman temperance worker and robbing hor o noino tgmofr'inr'S tracts, twpnty-llvo cents 'and'JJ pair of spectacles. r Qulnn nnd several friends wero oh'attlng In his saloon when tho tw youths, both wearing flaming red ma.4ks entered and commanded the men to "throw" up their bunds or the W'ero dead men." "What for?" asked Qulnn. "Wo'er robhors," hissed ono youth. "flo on nwnv." snld Qulnn. "I'm too iTiisy TiTijiginJ wltftyViii nboiit""lt now, Ono robber leveled his revolver at Qulnn who lost bis temper, picko-l the "bandit" up nnd was proceeding to spank him In tho old-fashioned way when tho youth escaped. WILL APPEAL JJBEL CASE Government Will Carry New York World Case to Supreme Court. Hy United Press Wlro. Washington, Feb. 2fi. Tho gov ernment will nppenl tho New York World libel suit, which was dis missed by Justlco Hough In New York City a few weeks ngo. After to day's cabinet meeting. Attorney Gen eral Ickersluim wired District Attor ney AViso of New York, who hnd chargo of tho ease, to Wo papers for tho appeal. Tho' matter was decid ed at a full mooting ot the cabinet. Following wus Attorney General Wlekerslmni's statement: "In view of the c.rtinornus demand on tho part of the defendants thnt tho libel suit against the Press Pub lishing company (Now York World) bo carried to tho highest court, wo havo decided to nppenl. I havo or dered District Attorney Wls6 to Mo notice of appeal today, tho last day upon which the papers can bo enter ed. Tho case will no go direct to tho supi-reme court." RACE WAR MAY FOLLOW SHOOTING Pv United Press Wlro. M mplils. Tenu , Feb. 2B. A raco war Is Imminent hero today, following the shooting ot Deputy Sheriff W. H Lucy by Aaron Norfleet, a negro, In the fnrni-house of Oeorge i Uenneti tho famous turfman nnd owner of tho Now Orleans baseball team . Norfleet was killed Immediately nft einoou by Deputy Hamilton Hay. Feeling runs high, however, nnd ne groes aro afraid to go near the house whore Norlloet's body has lulu ou tho floor oer since. Lucy nnd Hay went to tho farm hnuso early today to arrest tho negro. Tho latter solved a shotgun nnd blew oft the top of Lucy's head. Hoy then shot the negro with his revolver as'ho stalled to run from tho room. IT'S NOT A RTHIKF. Pittsburg. Fob. 25. "That troublo at Philadelphia Isirt a strlko," de clared President Georgo F. Hnor, of tho Philadelphia & Heading railway When ho passed through hero today, em onto to New Oi leans and Moxlco, "It is Just disorderly conduct." President Hnor also declared that business commons nro Improving. COLUMHUS OWNS AKItO.V. Columbus, o., Fob, 25 Tho Colum bus club owners sold Catcher Fold and Pitchers Urown nnd Bchantzo to the Akron club ot tho Ohio Ponnsyl vanla league, It Is understood that Fold will bo offered tho management of tho Akron club, ASnillTM AS SURRENDERED Newly Created Alliance has Whipped Him Into Line. WILL INTRODUCE VETO BILL Lords Expected to Reject the Measure. King Edward, Expected to Interfere. Veto Measure will bo Introduced Ahead tr the Iludgct and If tlio Program N Carried nut tho way Tor the liudgct will lie Clear As rpilili's Olllclnl Ilcnd hfcnds up on Ids Fidelity to the New Pro. gin m. Hy "United Tress Wire. Loudon, Feb. 2. Under tho heav iest pressure. Premier Asqulth sur rendered today to the newly created alliance mado up ot the radicals In his own patty and the Irish National ists and Lnbnrltes and ngreed to In troduce the mensuro for the limita tion of the lords' ve and tho budget simultaneously. The plan is to foreo a vote on tlio veto ahead of the budget. It Is con ceded that the houso of lords will re ject the measure, when the premier will make his demand upon the king for the crown's appointment of enough Liberal peers to ensure tho pnssago of the veto measure. If the king nccedes ,tho crisis will be passed In safety, but If ho refuses, tho cabinet will resign Immediately, without even passing tne budget or providing for the royal salary list. This will force n now election on the Issue of the lords' veto. Today's arrangement Is unofllclnl, but It beur.? the approval of nil tho Liberal, Uiborlto and Nationalist leaderH and Is believed to be as bind ing ns a formal compact. The climax to the situation will come In about three days. Asqulth's Ulllclal head depends on his fealty to tho new program. Should ho show ibc-s'lgbtoslifeslfancy, his leadership will bo repudiated and Chancellor of the Exchequer Lloyd-Oeorjre will bo appointed lender In Ids stead. In tho event of a now election, It seems a foregono conclusion that Lloyd-Georgo will succeed Asqulth, should the Liberals bo victorious. It Is believed Asqulth would not have ngreed to today'B plan had ho not received nssuranco from tho king that the latter will sWamp tho upper houso with Liberal peers In caso of the rejection of tho veto bill.. Should King Edward refuso Asqulth's re quest, the responsibility for a now election will thus bo upon his shoulders and the lenders of the min isterial coalition nro ulready plan ning to muke (in I si tie of Ills disre gard of the popular wish If ho falls to support tho government's program. SNOW SLIDE Three Men and one Woman Killed by the Avalanche. i Hy United Press Wire, MIssoulu, Mont., Feb. 25. As tho result of an nvalancho on tho West Knd ot this division of tho Pugot Sound Hue, threo mon nnd ono wom an aro dead today, and one man is moro or less Injured. Charles Nol son was struck by an avalanche and burled under 300 feet of snow, with threo companions who woro omploycd as section men. Tho threo men crawled out uninjured. Details of tho disaster reached here today. This accident occurred early yester day morning and nt ljlC yesterday afternoon another avalnncho thun dered down the hill near tho Adair water tnnk, covering a prospector's shock, in which were five men and a woman. Two men nnmed Shoes were killed, together with tho woman who was the wifo of one of tho dead men. Soctlon Foreman John Poters was Injured In the same nvnlancho, Not a train will pass over tho west ond of tho Missoula division of tho Pugot Sound railroad before somo tlino to night nt tho very earliest. Almost tho entire lino from Hogan to Avery, a distance of sixty miles, Is blocked with nently a solid mass of snow, tho result of a long series of aviilanuhes which thundered down tho mountains nearly all day Wednesday. Several trains nro snowbound by tho blockade. TIME FOR "SHOW DOWN" IN GREECE Hy United I'rPBS Wire. Athens.V via frontier, Fob. 25 A' "show down" In the strained relntlons that havo existed for wcoks between King George and tho army leagu? is bolleved to be Imminent today as u result of tho loaguo's declaration that It Intends to contlntio In force until It has morcUOsoly crushod the last bit of the reactionary spirit lit Oreeco, This ultimatum was issued, In reply' to tho king's demand that the leagu Ulbsolvo Immediately, n BURIED 4 . .