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OTTAWA FREE TRADER Eitablished 1840 OTTAWA JOURNAL Established 1880 WEATHER. Fair tonight. Sunday fair and warmer, AND OTTAWA FAIR DEALER VOLUME 4. --NO. 77 OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, SATl'KDAY, MAKCII 'JO, 1920. IMilCK, TWO CJCJNTH. Aioinn mm riyJlni urn, M y. I s mm mm mum m is GUILTf: SENTENCED 10 rM ' ELECTION CONSPIRACY! CHARGE SUSTAINED BY JURY i 68 TURNED LOOSE JUDGE SESSIONS ORDERS MICHI j GAN SENATOR COMMITTED TO I FORT LEAVENWORTH PENI TENTIARY FOR TERM OF TWO YEARS ANDTO PAY $10,000. 'U.V the Associated I'ress ) Grand Kapids. Mich., March "b. Si'iiutor Tniinan II Newberry an I six teen of Ills eight y-lniir co defendants were fimnil guilty of criminal con i piracy in tilt- !! IS sonatj.t ial election hy a Jury in the District Court hero tintay. All other defendants were found not gtiill... Those convicted Included :he sena tor's brother. John S. Newberry; - 1-aul King, his caiupaiKU manager; Frederick Cody, New York lenislat iv- uticnt; Allen Templelon. president i lht Detroit Hoard of i 'omineivo ; I! .. . . ., . . ,, KratiK Kni.'ty. olhce manager, and Klchard Fletcher, stale labor . 010 in is- Sentences were pronounced upon I pronounced upon j the convicted men as follow Senator Newberry, two years in 'Leavenworth tin J a $M,imn iine. tin limit periui'tod by law. ','ody, two years and a similar fine. King, the same, Charles Klo.vd, two years and a $.'..!:., ii line. Testimony offered hy the defense was the determining factor in brin ilia the jury to the verdict of uuilty. "Without Paul Klnn's t. si linony ! 1 that he told Sena'or Newberry III' ! cuiiipalKii would cost $.".u. tm the t-ov-l eminent had a weak ca ;; and u il h ' out the King Newberry lelters no ca ei at all." said one of the juro.s. "Tlie fight has only beun." sai.l '( hicr Counsel Murlin nf the defense. .ludse Sessions announced he would allow the defense ninety 'lays in 11 I IT II III I "1 1 lw I it II il I i M il 1 il HI lilt ll 1 1 while would releas. tin. couvii ti d men on 'nniils. Retains Seat in Senate. Washington. .March "u. Conviction of Senator Newberry by the Crand Itaplds jury does not invalidate his seal in the senate. Republican leader; saltl today, die will he entitled lo re- lain ollice, they declared, until tlr venule itself acts on the t dames tiled by his o ponen , Henry Ford. . j aai i-nn mm LUUIV rUn UlnL VVnU j TOOK DAD'S MONEY Chlef of Police .lames ( rewo re- j reived a long distance telephone call late last evening from Chief of Police Doyle of La Salle, warning him to he on the lookout for a certain Josephine Sliidvinsky of that city, who is al leged' lo have stolen f :',: from her lather and left home. Doyle stated thai when hist seen she wore a black bat, a wine colored mil uild black shoes. She is about lit years old and live feet seven inches in height. She also wore a lieuvy pair of glasses and limps slightly when walking. She was ac companied by some unknown voting nmn. , City Dwellert Flat Footeo. Defects of vision nnd flat feet wera found more among city dwellers than those In the country, hy nrtny jibysb clan examining those entering tlif pcrvlce during the war. Guilty 4- , TESTIFY IN CASE AGAINST CITY DEFENSE ISSUES SUMMONS FOR PERSONS ACQUAINTED WITH IRE WITNESSES 10 $5,000 PERSONS ACQUAINTED WITHj,,,,. Ihj; .,, ,.,, (l ,,... DU SHANE SUIT RECESS IS OR-; sent, Hive Tinkhnm. Republican. Aia ,, . : .-;icIium-'I; , d. -cla ri h ::. a stale of peace, DERED UNTIL MONDAY AND ; ,,,,.,. ,.. ,-,.,, St;,,,.. HEARING CONTINUED. i many T.'ii-- resolution was referred to tile ti .I'ej.MI rel.lt ioll , I -II 1 1 1 II I i M ee I wit lii, at d isctissioti.' Tt si iinoiiy for Du S.'iu He-city $ lacoti until son j..,,.!.,, jjj (lief ill .-wit will not he lime late Monday afternoon or Til' -day nioinini Tw o p., en or three more wilne- es havi (lunioiii d tor tiie plaintiff. 1 he cas. i will probably not go to III- July um.i I sotne time i In. middle of the week. 1 i. fore excusing Hi.- jury yesterday afternoon until I : :in o'clock .Monday I Judge Davis in.t.ucl.-d them lo not e, ;ir tlie house mat Frank Du j Shane livid in at the time of his al - I i.Ki.( Hooding in ltiHi. Francis Dn Shane, Jl year old sou ,r in., i.inl.oifi' wti.i vsis meiit ioned in his lather's hill as having snlTe.el M shall he the ,e trc-u serious .sickness follow in,; the ''I'" "' l'"l" ' ' tilted States (lood. occupied the : land yesterday D'ccdoiu and pea. e ol Kuroi'.. niter i. He iold ol the drenciiinK l"'l"K at;.un lliieatcned hy any power Kiven the haseiucnt and of a suhse-:'"' eotuhinat ion ol power, the Cnited iliicnt Kicktii'ss. (Mi cross-cxaiuiiiH-i suites will regyd :,ueh a siftiatioii I lion he admitted that a physician ! h h (.'rave couc;nu anil will . .insider , never called at the house lo see h iiu , j w ha l , if anv. action ii will take in Ihe hut. stated that his father wei.l to Dr ! premises." I'ii.e's ollic- and K(: him medicine,; Ira lalenieul e pla inina his res-, which he it -ed. He also stated I. ml Million Mr. 'I'iuKah aid "comuion ! he ie er i-it ed I lie ( l!i. e of I ir. I'ike ! sense and the lojie of events die -1 lor treatment. Male this . uiir-i1. much more powerful ' I on., It..., ,,.-, 7 r Sh.ie - Meet. fol-i'V lowed Du Shane on the slaiid. I i told ol l he old clrainase sysiein run-j it in K through the ravine and of the tile Which sup, hinted the old lilt'll- I I lone.l cuiverl Wliell tne en., unpiove- ; j 111 f 'tit 4 w i'le III. Hie. lie alM) lesniiee as to the street slide when the drain- tile in Ihe ravine is alleged to I ua. net ll sio . ieil no. in- "as by Attorney I.. O. lirowue. w no wus j ;;Xi;,1,s,(,.,"i,;m ut, "u X was I ,)l,nun,,l(1 !.,,,. u ,. ,n,-ked Into I n.' cella :. j . , i ies bee a -;e s Pa k . u I ; e, . .' ,,,.., - i " ' u-' 1 "m,u about It laiud'.t er. '!' ' , : lore on : Jim.' nniuiied Air. lin.wne. ; Oil, no, it, was a ;real many vears'hich was delivered to the senate bv I .iLii." ;iHe President in person lat July I put a !.'!- ear limit on it." said was taken to the While House by j the ailornev for the plaintil! .eorKe A. Sanderson. secretary or '"" l ":" "" '''". aceompan by two u.- I.lie.l the whu.s . "., was a Br,,,t:ate ,!erks. u, years aKo tha, I used to Secretary l.tmulty was with the '' 1 k""u w-ls ": I'''" at the time and when he cuiued within leu years b.lore I in- rotimied lo the executive nlli.es to ""' Mr. Isi Shan- lived theie," PflPI M AR HIRI niFs rur ULHn Uini UIL.O AH tK tin tr 1 Ntbd ... - - - ... - Mis P. sues It:, reel t a lied IS m,. .,,i v 1 1 - j i.-, I. ward Barrett, of Dayton township, died this morning al ti o'clock at liy burn hospital, alter a six days' illness of pneumonia. Miss Barrett was well known in Ottawa and was very popu lar in her large circle of friends, who were stunned to leant of her untime ly demise. For several months she has been i employed in the Kngel Cloak .v.- Suit j Store and was well liked by all who jcaiue into contact wilii her m her , business lite. She attended to her! duties at the store last Saturday even ing and was apparently in perfect heallh. Sunday morning she was ta ken ill. and before In o'clock the dis- ease was pronounced pneumonia and . Miss Barrett a paliont at Ihe hospit- i ial. For the past two davs her death was expected to occur almost In, Miss Barrett was horn in Day I on township June IT, Ihul, and 'resided mere all tier lile until she came to; Ottawa to enter the Ottawa township !!Sss;r-sr::;,u rvst.co. c bugler enters Brown's Business College and was I considered an exceptionally bright' scholar. j Surviving she leaves her tparents und two sisters, Irene and Mercedes, j aH of Dayton township. The funeral arrangements w ill he I made later. I Horsemen to Meet Here The Horse Association of America w ill hold a meet ing on nex' Wednes day afternoon at 1::io o'clock in the county court house. m resolution; ! m VUIL 10 UtLMltU i i i i i i i ii' i i i i n ir i i i REPUBLICANS WILL ATTEMPT: i TO SECURE PASSAGE OF JOINT MEASURE DEC LA MING UNITED , AND GERMANY IN STATE OFj PEACE. i l(V tlie As' .. in led I'i'-.-iX.) Washington. March zu joint ' resolution presented as an allerinilh' Ol' the deleal la.-t tliwilt ill the senate, of the pence ll'eatv, was pn s.'llli'd in t.oenuse 01 iae limits in rti'ii.n"! Knox it 11 '1 lae aiiwnri' 1 I a numai r 01 , senators. Kc.it.lii-,iu .-."luile h-ail'isi w i t'e of the i pinion t i : con icra- j t ion of I lie K:i-ix n;"n:.ui ' i delayed niit il late n t w 'I he re no! iinnort . , ci ii I ill le'i.lel-- :i I . H i rer, I I V ' . . ,,; ; ,. ; t.y could muster mr tin- i e -o it; iot, i I'mler the re.-olul ion Germany j v-otild recognise all rights which the I'llitcd Stales n,iKli have had under ,"he Versailles treaty. Should Get' ; many tail to agree to this the Prosi-, jdetit would he authoi izo.l to rc.-,nm" j j trade relations or the extension of ! loans or credits. "It i.- lurlher resolved." ihe icsolu-. m,v-' A'" II"' H'-'uly faih-.l ,;,s' November." Don't Affect Plebiscites. j ..,j,ire ,,f ,s(,Iia(,, t nitirv the' .,.ay j, w:s ),.., ,.,,,, ,(M.y. wii not i p.,,, , .,,,,( ial ions between the I'nite.I States and the allies on the Turkish ! sHtlenient It was also said the i I'niled States could continue to polic. i 1 1 1 1 - . 1 1 1 1 . , . i i- 1 1 e i i i in ii. ill).' i ii. ..... ,, : , . ,. . ., ,,itlK , ,he plebiscites in eerlain 1 A wU1 ,hi, ,-v v";"-s '' lisp.tiiK of "i?" ';-" pense j the propeny of tleor.e , W,,f an ""' ls '" ''' ''''many ;aKe, resident who died at his home in To B "Buried." 'west Ottawa many years api, was There was no intimation as to ni..,i t , i..,. . i . ti , ll leu In p ... a t e t ( . . e t es a - what (he I resident would do with ., ,, . ,,. ,,, v wiu, , , m,.p,s slid',",'", '" f'"' "l;"lv v"i"'s- jt . . . ,... ...,,,.;.,,' " ' " in the archives there. The document. 1,1 ........es me..-. im iiocutneni. receive the treaty he said there would ; "' s...ienie, noui me rresiiieni. I in' senate was not m "ssion to- me! Itell. day, hut when the house I inkham, republican, ,la sachiisetis. 111 r's,"""" 'tocianng a L ,! -iuie Ol peace l.elweel lit.' 1 lilted Stales and Germany. THE SPRIG, THE SPRIG. THE BEAUTIFUL SPRIG i Official spring arrived in th" city i h i noon at after ;i and was l; r e e I e d with m a n v ., "Welcome io our city, little one," bv the general' public, who have grown d"speiate ly tired ol th" long, cold win ter. With the a'- rival of spring -comes I he prediction of :ll, weather man of "fair and warm er." Spring is here to slay unles.- Sl;l'"' " rl,"1i :,'"'l wander Hit- wav ami again throw a white hi, mil over the citv. SUPERVISOR RACE Annoiiiicemetit was made todaTTl t he .w it hdraw al of Thomas B. Malcolm Sr. from the Republican ticket as a candidate for assistant sunerv isor. .Mr. .Malcolm slated this morning thai on account of business contracts he was forced to withdraw from the race. Phil Johnson, former bugler ol' Com nany C. l'.uli Infantry, has been se lected to take his place, to run in op position to ( ol. K. P. Nilscholin. Dem oitallc nominee lor the ollice, SPRING Mi L DRAWN THIRTY YEARS AGO FOUND AND FILED FOR PROBATE DOCUMENT DISPOSES OF PROP ERTIES IN OTTAWA AND ESTAB LISHES OWNERSHIP OF LOTS OWNED BY GEORGE WEST FOUND IN PAPERS OF LATE C. C. DUFFY. C. Dlllfv ill the I 1 1. 1 1 :i Ie Court h,,..s,, T, ' ,,,. , , . ,, ,v " bv M. We t !,, ! t l en M ,.',:, ,' l!,'.' 'l" , Mr. Uuf(v ,,. saft. k,.,lf,IK U l,i MI. lillM. !ls u,ls ,.,.,,,,,. , ,,,.,, evidently when Mr. West died, his ui W;ls ,,.,. hv Ml, hl,l1v ., ,,. ,.,,,, ,,, ,.,,,' , tj . ' i, .i, :.; ... never admin ist ered " I ii,er ih,. terms ol the will a on. deorge II. West, was cut olT with ami the lots in We-I llltawa a'l, I r,. blue I he e,-, al ' WIS el I In l-'ll i t-or.i. a irieiul and losl.-r .laughter lor her IliallV Ii I '1 , 1 11 1 s . 's. Mr. West died Iv.eniyone v, Sound of Guns Ttavj'ed Far. The gre.ulest distance at w Id. h Ihun der call be heard is 11 to IS miles, but it is not generally heard at ti greater dislnuce than nine miles. In .... a, i ,. ,,,,, .i i i t. the World war, explosions, and the noise of the 15- ih'h guns the Germans and the (lilies l'i l-'raii.e were heard In Ihe eastern part of Fughind, nt disiances Up lo 1.7.1 miles. , -:- TO FAIR DEALER SUBSCRIB ERS. We have received subscription money from many Fair Dealer subscribers which does not show on the tag cf their paper. Do not be nlarmed as we are changing our mailing system and are held up on parts of the new mailer. Credit has been given you and it will show on the paper as soon as the new mailer is installed. In stead of a slip pasted on the paper your name and date will be printed on the paper. If, however, your date is not in accordance with your receipt when you notice your name prnted on the top mar gin of the paper, kindly let us know. We ask our subscribers to bear with us a little until we can get our new system perfect ed. Yours truly, G. A. CROWDEN. SONG FRAHK-tE - riMe TO yvutx M(M AaSta '.: at nuy , , - - - - and his son followed him in .lea few years later. It v is known by rel atives I hiil the property, consist ing ol two lots and a house on Douglass stred. were lo go lo Miss Ford, and no effort was made by the relatives to secure il. i was supposed thai she secured the will and saw that it was probated. Two years ago Miss Ford died and her aunt now has the properly. It will no., be necessary lor the 'mirt to .1. . Lie lo w hom Ihe estate belongs, whether to the relative- ot " "I'M or relatives 111 ss ! ".'I1- V.l.',',''.,,,'.T,'f.'l;-,-lvT7 u""i a ml her mother. M is. ( leoii'e II. 'e:. , is i t ill living. h'-n V r. Snow discovered tlie will he called upon Judge Mills and in hiiir.'.l what to do about it. lie was infeinieil lhal anyone limiing a will was reunited to hie it wiih the I'ro baie Coiirl and it was Iheii necessary lor Ihe heir- to , that i was ,,,rnh alii). Leaves $.4,300 Estate. 'Ihe Will .. (de T. Laslegolil. re. filed f feed. .In lowus'lip M I 111..'. Will. 11 led on Ma r, h " while v i.il iug in Chieago, vi,,: tiled for probate ilii-. afternoon M r. i :a Uesuird's son. I lar V'-.v I.. i:as"i'ori, is ,1,1, as his. taller- : ol" i i . 1 1 . The , i ,, , - eoiisi I .- . . ., ol land iu Fr bun .own p and per mini pi upi-ri , i mi -i-: nu' I ol : ,'ocks and hem. Is The .ml ire , o ' I a: " i- ;i.i.',j a I f . I. "mi W. A. JOHNSON TO LEAVE BANKING CO. w. -Ial hill on a -- 1 1 - iKtie.i a s n.-l!e- Ottawa llahk i'sg aim Ti ll: l oon-p isv in ,o e. pi a p.. sit ion as . is du man ami i. . oimlatii of the ,t I . fori, r j ni . Mr. John, on will take hi- new .luiii - April II" hi i n in tiie hank lor ihe past ten .ears ami i, consul i r. d one of i: - !,... t rust .si and ef III lelll . 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 ... es I Ie :oe - lo I ile ! P . I ' 1 1 lo U been l r it oilers I 1 ; o.l held lo.- M 1 1 ' : i ,e-,:riceiiiei,i. LOUD MAYOR OF CORK ASSASSINATE D. London, March ?0. Thomas MarCiunn. lord mayor of Cork, and a prc'inou-nt Sum reiner was bhct dead at 1 o'clock tier, morn ing by masked persons who en tered his home and firing a shot escaped in an auto. Two hours before MacGurin was killed, Con stable Miut.ig, of the royal Irish constabulary was shot dead in the sfrtet, hit. body being riddled with bullets, FIGHTING REPORTED Ml WJY PARTS OF CAPITAL; SCORES DIE (iiy llio Assuclaled rress ) Berlin, IVUirch 20. Since noon firing lias oc curred in various parts of the city. It is reported that the security police are shooting down all of- T DECISION IN FOR CARTER yiJj j ' TR JUDGE RECK SEEKS FURTHER LIGHT ON CASE BEFORE DECID ING IN FAVOR OP OR AGAINST GRANDPARENTS AND AUNT OF THREE CHILDREN WHOSE CUS TODY IS CONTESTED FOR. After hearing, the evidence intro duced in the in:.' to laie the cus tody of Harriet, Kolljii and Louise Carter from their vrnudpnivnts, Mr. ami Mrs. Kiebard I'rei ha iter, and tfivei them to a ereat aunt, Mrs. Aipiusla llreuthaiier. .ludc. j;. Harry U'eck con (liilited thr. Case ohe w eek to " make n lurtii.-r in est iuat ion of the lacls. 'lae hearing was held in the County 'Court room and was listened to by large numbers of people. Follow inn Dr. Sawyer's testimon? I ha' l h" nioi her of the children. M is. i Harry ( an . r, told him l hat she w an' it Hi" ainil lo have their custody :n , ase of her ileaih. the gr.i ml la t her testified that one week before Ihe .1"- miso of Airs. ( art. r sh" asked him to care lor :he children. ml he prom- ise.l to take care of lh. ni as long as he lived. Neighbors of the Bret iia iters in Wedrou t . 1 i I i -1 ! that the children have been with Iheir grandparents ptadicad,. ever since iheir biiili p,e n i a trl niol ii.-r was declared in- ,,ane in Hi" County Court in !ii;. Inn us, r commi'ted to 11111 ,l.,r .- I I...I l.il I he-, ,e lev... : h,'r ' '"' .yi:,u!'1" ' -'"; lor lite cliihlieii. OUR WITHHOLDS THREE LOCAL HOMES1: IE UIIULII VJVJf till ,1 I I il K. ONE FOR SCARLET! UNDER QUARANTIN , I'r.s'uier Bauer and Foreign Minis ter Mm Her preceded the other mein HEAL TH COMMISSIONER PLACES 1,1 lh'' C"i eminent, arriving in EALTH COMMISSIONER PLACES RESTRICTIONS ON SOUTH SIDE HOUSE. Wlltkl. MCMI'UR OF; house, win: ih. mem cur of FAMILY IS FOUND 11 t OF SCAR LL.T I I Vl- ll. .a-;,, of s. ai let levr. Ihe lirst lo e it ; a ppoa ra hec i n Ol i a v. a for ra I luont lis, ha,-, hi'i'ii ill a over. .!. I TI patient is Chester Frulaad. tlie'ih,. French loi.-ien "lii." state that oa of Mr. and Mrs. N.-l : l'i ula ml . I I Fii, t avenue The Friil. mil home .:a . iiei-n iii,iran i;,.-i and la.- heallh am iiorii ies re hoping to stamp out 'h" malady hefoi 1 h"i .1 anv III 1 1 i.-- aoi I. in i w n how i i sland cm I'. I. I"ll the ill ease 1 the i'l's.-ul lime I Ii I. " O'l.iw.i homos are in, ha- , 1 1 1 a r a 1 1 1 in.- !'' . i.oiioiis ili .ea. es. A Mexican lah iiv. i idiiii' al ..'..'V Ma i'i.i, 1 1 si r, "t , llll'h'f a niallpox ban. The pals-l;'-hi',.- been barred in ipcr Iumi, 'or I ' i v, C"ks ..a, I ha v e in , w p, . 1 1. a il i e. ,,v ercil I I'.eu Ihe ,! i ' a " not her faiuil v on I 'ho I p t. i id: "! ing, from I h , ;. I Tin Icme ha - been II I,, I el .; lis I .. !i ' i ', .- tor I V o ,'. ci i.s and will be r.e. i .! 1 1 a I" w davs. I ir. U . II I'll:,-. . ! '. in lilh ..Ih. er loadv si tied I hat lh- . il w : i prac , th all) I f f all cup and pi molii.i Terror Rei'jns at Leipsic. j Cop, hi h a g, m. Man ll J' . Leipsic 1 - being mi. , e lulh , lea red by troops ol the regular arinv. according "to a, Dresden i!i patch ipnuing Ihe N,i. h ri. Iileii of I lain 'in i'. ! The l.eip sjc Volkeshaiis is burning ; and the workmen-, losses have been j ' exccedilll y lleUVy, hcers of the Baltic troops remaining in Berlin. Unter den iLinden brist led today with barbed wire and the I Hotel Adlon was thoroughly screened I with it and guarded by troops. i The inner city streets are seethitiR with excited people. Disorders are occurriiiK in the suburban districts. There is a conspicuous absence or troops in tlie working men's dwelli.iK districts where agitators are feverish ly busy. Reds Block Traffic. London. March lh). -Communists have occupied live stations in the east ern section of Lerlin and refuse; to permit ihe resumption of railroad traf lie until their demands have been met, says a dispatch to the K.cliatie Tele graph Company filed at Berlin this morning. Hundreds Killed at Leipsic. London, March 2h. -iF.bert govern ment troops have bombed public buildings at I'eipsie in an attempt to dislodge Cerman workers' forces and several hundred persons have, been killed as a result, says a Berlin dis puted to Hie .Kxchunge Telegraph Company. The message says KM) were killed and lino wounded In the street fighting, in Benin on Thursday. Allied Envoys Visit Chancellor. ? Berlin. .March 21).- ItepresenlatiVOs of Creat r.ritain, Italy and Belgium In this city visited Vice Chancellor Sfhif I'er vesterday and congratulated the government on the "speedy removal of the Kappisl usurpers" according to a Kemi iitlicial nei' igency announce- in. 'hi . Rush Aid to Americans. Cobleiiz. Manh L'O. A special train made up by local German authorities at the direction of American army olli cers left this city at 2:1.'. o'clock this morning for Leipsic to bring out 1'00 Alliericans and allied business men who are stranded there and reported in danger. The train will reach Leipsic this aT- leriioon and is due lo return here to- Sink; Is Brought to Close I London. March L'". The general strike m Gerinanv has been killed off according to Berlin advices. The o.vern nl. it is stated, has accept- d Hie workers' demands, including nr r. aehing concession lo the inde- l pendent, socialists. Ebert Off for Berlin. Stuttgart, March u - The entire Kbert government, including Minis 1 lor of Defense Nosk", will leave for Berlin tonight on a special train. Gen. n S"i. in command at Berlin. - sent a message saving that, every thing is quiet in th" capital. not iin tins morning. Report 2.000 Killed to Date. London. March Jo Two thousand ier.,ons have been killed to date m the lighting incident o the German ; revolutionary movement ,n disturb ances of the past Week, it is esti 1 mated in Berlin, according to the K change Telegraph eo, ."spoiideut ill this city. New Chief at Kiel. Paris. March jii I t c i advices to . Pea r A. I m ir.. I Kvr.-t. appoi'.iled hy i'lein I- l.-rt to be station com r al Kiel in pin, . ol Pear Ad I .ei ' i ow has 1 sit uat ion thei n : h li d. The posilioti is iillde I h ' a -Ian, v. here t here is. :! ul.i i ih'ligiiai ion against the Af C;o -el. a. cording to the foreign "!'" " di.pat. he- f.vo thousand armed w. !(..,!. n .'!"!, ke, I the ha I racks, but v ' I" .' pul ed with the loss of twelve v. Il.-.l a.'s! ui.inv vvoiitid",l. Order has I" en i . -! "i cd at I la mhiit g a id work re-Shi". I except ih Hie poslotlil'e .1 11(1 on I",- railwavs. Battle for Krupp City. Am lei-dam. .VI :, ich Jn. ''h,. battle lor ; he cnlrol ol' I'Nseii. home of Ihe imi'i"!"" Krupp arms and industrial ,vc:k- la-i",l twi'td.-four hours be tel. tlie . cuiniunists linaliy won pu- ion I.; ihe citv. according to a dis patch i i oiii M a. i iistern t,) the Tele L'.iaai ol li'dav. During the batt'e I cs. n v:i hoiubai iled by artillery ill lae hand ol w ork inc nieii, The gov . rnnieii t of tlie i i; v is now in tho liahds ol a "coiuuiiftee of action,' lh. di -patrh reports. A lie! Iiu dispatch last night esti mated i hat 1 persons were killed In l iiitiug lor the possession of Ksseil. Bru.-sels. .March JU The captttru VL'uutiuucj on pate 5, col. 4.