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Partly cloudy and muen colder tonight. Cold wavo in north portion. THur day fair. OURNAI OTTAWA FREE TF.ADER Established 1S40 OTTAWA JOURNAL Established 1E80. FT IT iJ A feJ tt M "1 :i t OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. V KDN ICS DA A", .IAMAIIV 10, 1H7. PIUCE, TWO CENTS. VOFiUMK l.-NO. Is. PRESIDENT'S BROTHER-II-LI DEIS KNOWLEDGE OF "Lffi" m CARRANZA'S FOES, VILLA, DIAZ, ZAPATA, READY TO CLOSE IN FROM ALL SIDES Of ADDITIONS 10 MITlt 4 "Mom r r PROPERTY OWNERS IMPROVEMENT BOAilO HOLDS': PUBLIC HEARING ON EXTENSIONS IRK TO BE RUSHED i i r- 1 i nrninpn I II I 1 1 1 1 nl III 1 1 i 1 1 1 I i LLtUIIUIlUtblUU FATE OFCQfJDUITS FEW ODJECTIONS ARE MADE TO TWENTY-ONE BLOCKS 0 EX TENDED PAVING AT MEETINGS: IN COONCIL CHAM3EHS. VOTERS ALMOST UNANIMOUS FOR EXTENDED UNDERGROUND WIR INC. SYSTEM LITTLE OPPOSI TION FOUND TO ORDINANCE. The refer: Objectors to the proposed pavt in lit in West and South Ottawa, were u w tuduy at the meetings ot the l:ourd i t Local improvements. This uiurninii and afternoon sessions were held U the boaul. Twenty-one blocks ot liavemt.it were considered and in practically every instance Die worn will be curried out. as planned by Pub lic En&inucr George L. Karnsworth. The first matter discussed was La fayette, Jefferson and Jackson streets west of Sanger, to AintsUong and For est streets trom Madison to Lafayette. The estimated coat of the improve ment is f23.Cj7.77. It was decided to take the matter up this afternoon at a o'clock, at whiih time the specifica tions will probably be adhered to uj originally planned. Van Burcn Street. The original resolution, calling lor the pavement on Van Huron strict lrom Second avenue to Hfth avenue was the next matter discussed. The estimated co.-t of this work is $7.L;t". 7 tl. Attorney David G. Cairns wa present at the hearing in the interests of James Mllllpan and Dr. K. V. Millt gan. Mr. Cairns represented that there was no need for pavement on thiii street. Mayor iiradford statcu tliut numerous complaints had been received uccause oi me poor umimiun Crop, of the tliorofaro in their neighborhood. . Commissioner August llcltTrich was, not In favor of the proposition, as he , l'rop. win of the opinion that the sewer had not yet been given aulticient time to properly settle. A vote was finally taken and the Hoard deckled to approve the original resolution and Messrs. Campbell, Iirad ford and I'arnsworth voted in the af- mniatife wnne ir. iieiurien voieu m nil, r, the negative. Mr. Helffricli asked that the work be delayeil a year. ! Hy a vo'e that w;us ovortth"liiiingly ; In favor of extendi!!'; the conduit ss t' or tindirground wiring, to the , Illinois & Michigan canal, the people 1 of Ottawa yesterday decided to get he'.:ind the "city beantiful" idea aid help it to a sucees! ful realization. n ft rendum, which resulted six hundred p. iitde d"mandoi( a ;ilui:l upon the question of ex tending the under?. round system so a? to include District No. 2 of the ''loop" raving, was held thruout the city on Tuesday. Seven polling places were opened and I ho there was not an overly largo turn out. tie- vote was '.o-cl.-ive Preposition No. t. which called for underground wiring in the district between Mill street on the south and l.r.fayette street on the no-tli. the Hide-cut on the west a.ul Columbui ft'. : t on the east, was given '.!2 votes against II antis. District No. 2, whiih inns from Lafayette street on the south to the I. & M. canal on the north, and all cross streets hotwe-'i Columbus and I i Salle streets, re ceived 0 1 for and 25 against, the or dinances. The rv.lowisw: it- the table show!ns the vote bv wards: Fiist Ward. For. Acainst. I'rop. No. I . Pi op. No. ? r.s i TOP. Prop. Ni No. No. Gecond Ward. l lill 2 S7 Third Ward. ' HI 2 Ml Ah tittup t-', ?:iM4C 4 i ., .; ft'p'm , a, ''LJi. AJL :Oi , i. n . .. i Gill A BOOST R. W. COLLING TESTIFIES BEFORE CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE HO ADVANCE TIPS ROTARY CLUE GOES ON RECORD A3 FAVORING COMPULSORY ! MILITARY TRAINING ADDRESS ! BY WM. A. WARRINER, Or THE I UNIVERSAL MILITARY TRAIN i ING LEAGUE. Ml BELIEVED IN WASHINGTON THAT INVESTIGATION WILL COME TO A CLOSE WITHOUT ATTAINING j RESULTS. Compulsory military training wasj Washington, Jan. 10. It. W. BollinK, endorsed by the Rotary club last even- a brother of the wife of President Wil ing after listening to an address given1 son, whose name was brought into the bv Win. A. Warriner, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. A. Warriner, of city, and wht) is now preaching the doctrine ness. Washington is eioie (ii.-ei:rl Vi .it.m KUiiAUoti. ue or.lsie: ti..iii It K.'.-i lit-eii lit :.! (in 1 'M rial :i.T;iii, v. Iileii le u'.t 1 over th t'i nl'oi,, : iiit'i- the in lh.' ino- ii.i...u:i,:i of mibtia -n tlie toi I. r. Itie, ire i.,tenti!il.tie4 i'i reet'iit dev hi,!i-nt8 Wliicll elew lo i'l'i.- .: i t VitsoJl f. ,,r wii! im'.lify iiU t.if Mt. M'.'ts u!i,'.'!i Uio iMtmiiil: trutien ha eiaile tu nfy.t.-t In r ,,i.i;li.'bii.ij taw iittd or.if' ii: Mi-;ieo. it Is livi.evv ! Ili it V.:i. Willi ti. assist ! a'li i' of iMiit'tdoia'.i's ill ties e:.tt ni Mini southern stai-.s M.-.i.. , so .n 8Ti.li: t UoilKit to KC. i.-tt CuriiiK i a hui-l , di.ii it-Ci-t.i-l;:i l.iiiifotf ..s tl ore t::iii i ! 1 1 1' tilt djui.li r. I '! i ( si in a lion, as unit -rs' oil at the diparti.it tit. may tic tt.iw suiiniia- i r; .'': V ili.i viitu-tl dit-'.at r i t'lat Kt-ottou of t'-.f ."lalo et 'ir:!u!Kl'U-l H-.uiti of - :!,! ivi'.slitatf's eelunia. he h also bi I ct.i.lrol of Imrait ;i, a Snre pa: t of Cua ! Itiii! i ii'itl adjtiintti : K!tito. trnm v.iiic'.i tuc i C'iit-iniiza "KtiaeralM" f.i:'po-"l to control j Uoin Lave tltil. Their hieery troops wl'liiiuiv t.ave tola -tl Vi'.I'i. N il a. tlirou 1 recent Ian!:-, lias a;U 1 "1 f-vxlstufi's. whi'iB t!.i! airanz.i nao'i mis uao eunus CHleil evor.vt'lin.U possllilf am . stnt It aeri s.'i Uio lior,l,r t ) :( a t";; rit .pl'i-'cs In Texas. Ki'oni a. Paiiilfiil of rai-"-'..'i f.tllow.Mfl Villa lias trade a t vrce of r.;o'l.v l' .ii.' men. All ot Cnrrca'a' jj.-irriv..: in tl.i Iiertt'prn section 'io t.ot i-pproxti.'.-lti t!i; liLtiiLer. Kellx lii. ana:.: cs a liu'ire-Ii-'.h1 for Uofcie. hiss uf."m!'l.r.l a fm anl dublo force in l'uchlu i.ic.1 Oaxaea ami t: i 'leak" investigation in the original i m-itpnient of ltearesentative Wood, to louiBP rules committee, was the engaged in; nr;,t witness before the committee to of prepared- c'tiy. Mr. liolling said he was a mem - her of the brokerage iirm of F. A. rv,i,nrilv A', f'n Wiishincton. The Universal Military Training, fcnowledEe of the presl i League, of which Howard II. Gross, note until I read in the of Chicago, is president, is fathering , lm,.rs" saij Mr. Boiling, replying to i this movement and is urging the pas- j i01,resentative Henry. Mr. Boiling sage oC the Chamberlain bill pravidins' eX),iaim.d that he had been a member ji'or six months of military training oi()f tlie Connolly brokerage firm slnee j every man l'J years of age. October 13, last. Previously he said Mr. Warriner told or Hie purposes , he had been engaged in the real estate jot' the league end claimed universal business in Washington and in that I military trainina; is the one effect ive ' ronnecticn did no business in stocks. melting-pot for the maitrng of real i He said he had had no stocK orontr- age experience previous to his eonnec- real Americans and real men. The proposed plan imposes no hard ships. It means about six months of tien with the Cop;:ol!y company. Mr. Campbell asked Mr. liolling if reported t V. ai it i.l a eiat I, i pleto cm'.: lie preparer to move norl'.i--it:a! fr.-iit di.i. ! 1.1 t-l tic of .MurehiR. lin.i coin ,, t f l . c fv.mir) la the viu'a iy of Mexico City and In reported to bt pivi'artil to join with Villa and KoMen. 1, I m v.; So. 2. Villa; No. o. CairaniMi Fourth Ward. Prop. No. I I'rop. No. 2 Prop. No. rifth Ward. Sa Ml SO SI Sixth Ward. 1 1 1 1 1 B W I I I B 1 1 r. I B W UIIIUU I I intensive ,,-aininu in camp in the n:ne-ne would tell the comm.ttee anout tne teenth year. The government pays all conversation h- had with Mr. t onnol expense.. Men will be trained only j !' when he lirst talked of entering the for the defense of the nation. Thisi"m. ni:,,, wilt ,,,,iv nno.mio trained citi-l Mr. Polling said he had had several ,'onwavear. Wi'h mich a trained citi- casual cenversations with Connolly Kenry, our nation will always he safe. ! about going into the firm, the first in Alter his talk a number of questions; "' ''' were asked, following which the club endorsed the project. There are at the present time 100 ye.ung men in the high school, accord in'; to Principal Kingman, who are taking military training under the di- jrection of ( .I'd. follett. There aro. many more who would like to Put they luie neitlnr uniforms or gun-. The ; state of Montana provide.' . it:' own The pavement for Phelps and :f. James streets, costing $7-522.1 1, was approved in tolo. Wiilis Wilcox, a property owner interested in the im provement, appeared before the board to ascertain the manner in which ttie assessment would be spread, lie has a lot tmiehir.g on Phelps and St. James streets and wanted to know how lie would be taxed for the im provement. He was informed that the work would be left in the hands of a special assessor. The question as to whether or not elevated crossings sboull bo e-,t;'i-lished in this section of the pavement was discusued at length. It. was thought best at first to eliminate them, as on the Ottawa avenue pavement, but nothing definite was decided upon. No action was taken on the paving of Adams, Houston, Center and Clover streets. The Board took a special trip to find out the grade of certain lots on Adams street after August Kerste had appeared In this behalf. The Cornell street paving was adopted. Property owners who have lots on the corner of Center and Cor nell streets and who paid for the Con I'n.p. No. 1 Prep. No. 2 Seventh Ward. Prop. No. 1 I ro;.. No. 2 Total for Prop. No. 1 Agalnsi Prop. No. 1 Total lor I'rop. No. 2 101 ; i i;i2 col 1 POrUlt' OTTAWA Cir.L WEDS; WESTERNER WHOM bHE MET WHILE AIDING IN CHICAGO TAG , I DAY. 7 he v.-;.nR with ;! will b: t Prop. No. 2 Lioht Vote Cast. vote was very light in ;.ll the Since lh" ordinances have met ! f r. iir of the people, I hp work ptnrled in removing the wires The r.iari iat.o ii y. (iaugiiter o! Hundley, of 'i'v o 1 1 lh ,;;on a:; the weather will permit. :-o!e-,ii.i::fi! at. St. Pu'.ric' service, l!ev. yotlliS rouple Miss ilecie lli'ici . a::il .'i';.. I !':: W. !,a:.' '. aed .l':'.-..l; .'li!. I 1 , T 1,1.1. 11. V 'I-1 i in. rniiic a' ' o'ci ' chl'.i" Willi tin .;V I. A. quiik sr.: fie ill wi dlaei; bef.,iiv.i a ; of il'ii lids W'h ' M'e.e.il- to w it uess the ct :'e- LA SALLE RESIDENT I This i.uii nin ct in Justice Koenig'ti court a warran' was i.-Tued for the ar- ire.--! oi Au'ione Marbucei, who on Sun day eveninn sliot Jacob Ktrukel in a j street liglH at La Salie. ! t-'truckel is confined to St. Mary's ter street paving, w'll not be assessed' hospital where his condition is con fer the Cornell street Improvement. FIFTY-FIVE FOREIGNERS SEEK TO BE CITIZENS Saturday, January Pith, will be giv en over in the circuit court to the nut uialization of citizens, according to notice posted this morning in JtiUgu Stough's tribunal. Circuit Clerk John L. Wltzeniau, who has the petitions la charge, is now preparing candidates for citizenship and has the names of lifty-live aliens who reck to be o.ue full-fledged voters of the P. S. A. Hearings will begin at 0 o'clock and will continue thruout the re mainder of the court day. No other business will be tackled during the day, according to Information given out In court today. Kldered strious. The warrant was is sued on a charge with intent to com mit murder. Deputy Sheriff William Mischke left today for La Sallo to get Marbucei, who will be lodged in the county Jail here. Small Glrl'o Advice. Little Mabel, four yours old, refused to sit still to have her picture taken. Her exasperated rather linnlly put her Irmly In the chair and whispered In lief ear, "If you don't sit. ft 111 I'll liny another little girl." I '.tit jlahel. who laid three sisters, called out, "Don't do It, iu ; buy u buy." REFUSES TO INCREASE RATE FROM JOLIET. Washington, Jan. 10. The In teretate Commerce Commission refused to pt?tmit an increase or $1.10 per ton in carload lots on brick from Michigan City, Ind., io Chicago and Joliet, III. EVELYN NESEIT IS IN YOriK HOSPITAL. NEW New York, Jan, 10. Mrs. Jack Clifford, formerly Evelyn Nesblt Thaw, and for whom Harry K. Thaw claims he shot Stanford White, knows nothina of the in dictment of her former husband on kidnapping and assault charg es. Mrs. Clifford underwent a rurrj'cal operatinn for a nzrvous disorder yeuterilny at about the time announcement was made of Thnw'a indictment. Her condition Is considered serious. h.rj'e gaiheihr; bled at the ehur mony. To day',-, alliance was the c tlminf' lion of a. romance beyiiii n Chicago in. October wliei Miss 1 1 tin .'.ley in -I her intended while takins part i,t ilie Ca!h ; olie Wuuii.ii'c taa day. Mr. Cett'eb ; arrived in Chit ago that day with live, 'carloads of ca'.ile in- lie lamket. Ope ! of the first persons he met was Msm. i Hundley and they .struck un an :o -; 1 quain'atiee. ' I The bride w..i iieaiitifnliy :iit:ied . in a gown of ctubroiden d h i over sil ver cloth, and cnTi'd a si-over b-u-quet. Her bridesmaid was Mis- ?.! tr- f'uerile Hrimnlck, who woiv a .cown of; salmon colored satin trimmed v lh gold lace and a picture hat to match.; The best man was Ira Hendb'v, Jr., ni I brother of tse charming yoiinc; bride. ' Hefore the ceremony Mrs. Cro'v'ey. i rendered a voi a.l solo. The wetliiiir.cl ! march was played bv Ma,; Wildcis, i j Pnnia;!iati lv follow in? the ceremony i the bridal party, toii.deiiii',' of relatives and a few intimate friends of the u-.v-' jly-wed.', ret'red lo the llnntil-y hoi;:e; j where n (MP hr.'iil wedding bivakfa t j was rerved. Tlii i atfeinoon at. " ' j o'clock Mr. and Mrs. (loillob departed for Cliicaao and from theie will go .- j Livipc.-I' n, M, nt., where they will j make their home upon the crnoniV, ; largo ranch. i The bride is exceedingly Well l.nown ! in Ottawa and is a graduate of the ; c'lionierclal nee! ion of St. Xnvier's academy. The best wislies of a wide circle of friends will accompany her 1 to her new w eaiei ;i homo. ! A Little Goes a Long Way. j ,S.'ive.is;.i, like tabasco, hoihI be j used uparltiiily. - Albany Journal. GERMANS Ril-CilT SINKING La.OLiaH tiHIP. Dc, liti, via Say vide, Jan. 10. A newspaper reori, given out i'iiii tl.e Overieao News Ageticy toJay, says that toe British cru-.t.-tr Gh.nncti hss been euhk by a ruin?. Tne sa-iu report conlams tht infcrmaiion that an Italian u: stroer was recer.tiy suck oir C'.tru Ii !vs. of tcven na vel and thiriy-tbrcv- imy oi'licers. The r.rticlc add- that a J-f tncti Sirncrcd n u.o.-J and an Italian aaAii'.'.ry cruisoe on tho ni;,-.t of Rto. 21 .niacked cacti other by mistake. GERMANS FORCE PASSAGE THRU HU b LINES. Dcrlin, via Sayvili-i, Jan. 10. Field Marshal von Macbeiucn 8 German and Auttro-Hunaarian fcrc;s have loi-ced a pasaaoc- of tho Piitru river north of Fokohani, tlie War office reported today in an official statement cn Rouma nian operations. Between FoVshani and Fundeni, the Husiian and Roumanian fore ei have besn di'ivcn ncrosa thj Sc. ctli river. The official ctate it ; ;-1 enumerates the capture' or narc than 1,150 adelit'xnal pris- ' cner.", Cn t'ic vve:tcrn 'rentier or Molda via the Rusio Kcumanlan troop; delivered strong attacks in an ef fort to recapture mountain p-.-v.t-tionr, but f.iii?-.!. Their losses wcr; very heavy, the War Ohice sayo. mm lost SOS iii LAST ILL A conversation was held in August, I he said, and in October he entered the ; 11 rtn. I "Yon are the President's brother-in-I law?" asked Mr. Campbell, j "Yes." i "Did you ever receive any advice in forming you about the president's peace note--information before you saw it in the press?" asked Mr. Gar ret. "Absolutely not" said Mr. Boiling. Polling said his name had been Urns upon failure of the government to supply them. t ! u was aiso oee.oeu u iuuum, u..',,,,, ,to ,,)e investigation just as j high school with a inarching fla?,- , Sfi-ri-mry Tumulty's had and that ho i when provided a program of appro-,,.,.,, ,, . hn ,.. tn ..,... n..hhe. I apology Uroin Representative Wood i. ATE FRAMK LYNCH CIVCS $1CC0 TO CLCilCf.. WHO HAS LONG U 1. 1 U IvilbbtPiU-CAl MUtlU fcU ' CI LIVES CIVEN DfQUE3TS. piiitte exercises would be held. Ai the opening of the meeting a ! number of paper.; bearing upon the isubje't, ''Know Ottawa Better," were ; presented. One of the ino'U interest ing ' i ;: a ml valuable as a historical refer was pre.- ented by Kditor George " ' y i cn c ., v. a. to I'r .i 'i Mil; !' 1,'a.i. io a lost son who .til .in lieii'.e for ninny i.ii d icr in the will of Lynch, old and re: pect Itl. 'i1 -.' ii isf ('. al h 0!' :rr. l.o:-p;!al l.'eceniber just as Mr. Tumulty had asked. "You will probably have to wait a Ion1 while," said Representative Chip pertiehl. Representative Letiroot then pur sued this line of questioning: lOrowdon, upon "The Press of )ttn-j "Did any member of the firm of l' 1 wa." Mr. Crow-den gave a complete A. Connolly . Co. receive infonna jjds'ory of the newspapers of Ottawa, tion?" !':oni the e: taidi dilnetit of the lirst! "No." i v;o(.k!y up to the pntsenl time. j ')(,:, Connolly & Cn. deal in stocks Al. Selioeh spoke brielly upon for its own account?" !i,e real estate business of Otiawa, it-; 'No; we are only brokers." i inert aso and value and its relation to "You deal through Hutton St. Co p.m. il-sr s;o . I.ycch vert c vaiili d ,'uloita to V i l.e will v. io' ii i, as filed today for i. 'e. - ;-.t'Ci!:e.s tint t hould (leol'lto icii. i .o ,. on, it- foiiiiil to lie livin-;, M--ii-.ir sioicld pay the $l.noo to d't tl siezed of a house I, Vim and ai ?l2,tiiiu. Lynch, an adopted .- ,:s :.;ade a principal bene- .1 Mie vv ill by recidving a life i all prvpeity not bequeathed c. I'athuii'' institutions are i' i , i e ei(0 a iiered in t'ic tesia !i,!e a sisie-, Mary Gorman, i'i i'ii. a: e mad" n,. binary he Ira vr the tru.-t at t'.i" death of the general i t'lidition of the city. James .1. Dougherty cave an inter esting and instrtutive tail; upon the waterworks and showed the great val ue the pros, nt system had been to Ottawa. Wm. D the drug business; how it had grown and expanded until it bad become one . ,,t- a. i. , ...I:..,. v..i..:i :,..!,, ..a... ,.t- ol I t'SOlnil tecvi.tii., it tun i mi ur 1 1 n-.-t tit t- lawn. laytor Miawu tout ol the activities of the courts, and the work that each had to perform. The program had been so interest ing that the gathering was loath to break up when President Richardson unnoiinced that it was time for adjournment. III!: .Veriv. S i 'i.nd.a ( "isi. I oM :'ll,-io',l s ; Me.ry :1V !' : i'.-;!c l ' ch'.i ; i 'fiiunl.a ch i ba ( eiact 'i y ,:i be aie.ts to I Ionian Catholic ,- VtO'e lili de to the Si..tef8 of S. t eiiiirba chu.-ch. Si. Co- oi.-i.i ry A; . 'n an ! !ie chilteii n iet v. I lie l:-i el's (H en $1,14 s ;i i ilea n !i -ST'', ,;ii si. t.'vUi ni as: oeia 1 ion ? 1 00. GLABFELTER GARASE IS THHEATENEO BY FIRE i'l.Ctlli to the ii socif t v ; St. DUFF A LO DILL C1VHS LP THE F I SHT AGAINST DEATH. Denver, Jan. 10 "Buffalo Dill," tlie envy and idol of youny Ameri ca for ft rty years, died at the heme of hia daughter, Mrs. May Ccdy Decker, here, at 12:05 this n'trrnorn. At Ins bedside when thi end came vvr-rc his vife, wlioili he m.vrif;U in if.33, two tlaughters Mrs. Decker and Mrs. Inn a Cody Garlow, of Cody, Wyoming, hlr. Bitter, Mrs. Julia Ceodm.ni. neph ew, Cody Br.vl'ord, and several cpvnrl-hildren. Cel. Cody, as he Wir, known in civilian life, was horn in Osctt County, la.. In UHa, and wou'd have b;tfn 72 ye.ua eld had ho lived until February 2Gth. Special I 'Veil V. ('.',' .-rd Hoi abseil' : Mary .la for the;, lie ? to lie 11 t'd I'i for the repo. piesi c. ee i . ;,,! is. id to Thomas rt vVii ' t ski t i w of $ 1 i.O I ,au n ii io:u the n was indebted. James mid , McCiatb w, re ; veil $l,0H0 or t'u" r siii'viv ing children, u :. Cobiiiiiia church is the sawn?; ol masses of I ml ii lii" testator's p.nd hi:: w it, : .nils. '! no cemetery association i . iven J loo to maintain the graves i'i Mr. and Mrs. L.vni h. f WW,', olt er ll)ii!-,;n pnivideil in the will Mr. Lyia ii specified his estate slicsld my all fine f:;l evpeiu es as. vveil iis for the can i.'e'es. a. e 1 i:i the '- 1"! IJpt)(.ioj Chicngs. i.iy i mi. in.- i,:.'inir';:ni io ceuui ii.- I no do Jilmle. of New York?" "Yes." "Did you receive any Inquiry about the note from Hutton & Co?" "No, 1 am sure not," "Were your dealings' particularly 1 mucin told of the growth of havy on December lit and 20?" I think not. "Do you know of ary one in the government profiting by this "leak?" "No." Mr. Rolling said he did not know the name of any member of congress or other official who speculated in stocks and that he made no purchases himself on Dec. 1! and 20. May Drop Inquiry. Washington, Jan. 10. With Thos. W. Lawson's sweeping charges con cerning an administration "leak" to Wall Street still without definite sub stiuitiation, the house rules committee tot'.ay entered upon what is probably the hist day of the preliminary Investigation. ! Democratic members tire plainly Prompt action upon the part of Leu- weary with the proceedings. Repub ts r Miiierhofer and. Frank Chulfelter. li' ims were forced lo admit that neith cmployees of H K. Gladfelter, the local or l.awson nor any of the other wit undertaker, checked a garage fire and nesses has disc losed one definite fact, saved four automobiles from being All of the Wall Street financial men, consumed by tlie flames. I including Bernard Harucli. Charles II. An overheated stove caused the Sabin and Otto 11. Kahn, have re-itar-hlai.e at 1 o'clock this afternoon in ated before the committee eategroical the garage nt the rear of the Daniel denials of any advance nkovvledge of Mason residence. Lester Maierhofer President Wilson's peace note dis used chemicals and had the Humes, patched the week before Christmas, nearly under control when the depart- and cross examination left the caso ment. arr'veil. ! just where it started. "A. Curtis," Hal not the (ire been detected whose name wa; siutpnl to a letter to shortly after It started, serious dam-. Repreaetnative Wood, of Indiana, mak age might have resulted. ling sensational accusations against i public men, still remains a fictitious One Dollar Winner. character. No member of the ( otrtmit- Esther, aged seven, was listeiiinq ''' believes that such man ex to II eoiivel'NUlloii of her elders on tin I''-. Mibjoot of sharks. "You can always As to Thomas W. Lawson himself, known inau-eutiiig shark," untitle said,, four motions have been made to cite "because he has on,. I'm slicking out , him before the house for contempt for i of the wuter." " I'heii," said IMhoT failing to answer the questions which "when you .see two tins sticking out ml.'h! have given tho committee a ' dueii that t.icuti 11 is a lady vutel?" basis to lonliuuc iU work.