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Wilson May St 1. 1 RlEUHfl Nobodf fts Apparently Disposed to Predict Outright That Wilson Will Reject the Compromise Bll. I And Will Be in .Hands of President Wilson by Middle of Week Heavy Democratic Vote Against the Measure in House Caused Surprise. Washington February 22. Final I fight on the railroad bill ten I mouths In the making will shift I tomorrow to the senate with i Dd- lers predicting It speedy enactment I by an overwhelming vote. The conference report a vompro- jmlse whipped together from the I fundamental of the Cummins and bills fresh from the house with a clean margin of votes. I will be laid before the senate Im- I mediately after the read In of I Washington's farewell address. It I will have the right of way over the I peace treaty and all other measures land while the senaiDorics accord- ling to It own rincr. It could con- lea with th lower branch In half Ian hour or bold up the bill by filibustering method'flntirfarch 1 Ithe date fixed by President Wilson tor return of the road to private ontrol. oea la Handa ef Wllaeau Hut having com through the house admittedly the danger point Jin the view of advocates of th I measure the general opinion among ls nator tonight wa that ni rerl- ou opposition would develop and I that th law under which the roads Iwlll attempt to work out their own I salvation after the long period of federal control would be In the hands of the president by the mid- Id 1 of the week. As I always the case a-lth Im- Jportant legislation there wns wide I discussion today over the poi.tlbll- iy of th wrecking of the bill by t presidential veto. At the same I time there was considerable Interest In the meeting here tomorrow of the general commltteemen of all the latlwar tabor organization to dls- J cuss the president's proposal for settlement of wage grlcT nre The j date of the conference had nn di rect bearing on the plan of Senator Cummins for calling up the railroad lull. Organised labor made Its right In the house with varying success according to 'He Indlr'.duil w of members for snd against adoption of th comproml measure. Th statement by nepn--ent tlv Klirhln. democrat of Nort\ Carolina who voted against the Mil. that labor leaders had entranced it rart by the claim of labor leaders that the ISO votes against th me- ure would not have been polled ri- j r-pt for their flsjht In behalf or railway employees and th unl n hn.t WhIU there was stilt much talk about further efforts. d--ljtnea to reach the senate there- were no j indications that organtsrd labor' hop-d to sway the senate to the jv lnt pf defeating all railroad f Veto. r w member of the senate or hou e r willing to go eo fr aj to predict that ha bill ralcht be. veiled. In this connection state. mmm mad dnrlnaj debate yesfer- day that failure to enact l ctla- tlen hrfnr March 1 would put half ta roads la reeelrershlp In thre ironths and bring on financial dU- tfcss nx re serious than any expe- rtrn -e4 in years. wrr on many tpncura. H was larce'v because of this vew. nrrrs-rj by leadlnc dem- nrrats and by ri lrm n Voh. t th lntr t- rommrrr cjmrcltf who has worked with and 'ept rn he railroad Mil sine laat i r that nnhody. apparently. wa dUposed to predict that the president v u4 le- fuse to alsr" It. There was BO doubt that th Mr democratic vote cast acalnst th- 4U la the bouse wai a turoriae to republican leader aad even to maay democrats who naJ preached hat In framales railway rrorrtntit- tl l leglalatloa rartlaaaaKl- st aid t figure. Whan th conference report Is presented t Use senate tomorrow. Senator Cusamtaa. chairman of tn r rreiM-ew will make a brief .rat u tteaator RoMaaon. denr rrat. ArkaB k who also wa a o will lea It. ad nal b r U aa aa xp ctrd flow ef p eca ataklac leader 1 J loatgbt Ue vt woakl e "awlft a4 Cn\1& With 14Maladies Clemenceau Tries ermicelli Cure .Former Premier Says He Eats Vermicelli Every Bay With"Bis of All Sorts Hc aVfust Have Cures of Xll'Sorts. Paris February 22. Virtually nothing ha been heard of former Premier Clemenceau sine- hl departure for Cairo for a vacation and It la only now that account of his voyage are beginning to reach Paris from nil fellow passengers aboard the T tua. The correspondent .of L Journal records that Monsieur Clemenceau was seen but little except at meal time. He went to bed early and on waking In th morning performed -his customary gymnastic with the aid of apparatus which had been attached to hi cabin celling. V "Th Will Be Foamy. When the ship's wireless picked up Premier Mlllerand' declaration that he IntendM to continue the Clemenceau policy with regard to Russia Monsieur Clemenceau murmured "That will be funny.1 A the seamer passed the Stromboll volcano M. Clemenceau declared whimsically that "a villa arpund here ought not to be very expensive. as the beating is supplied gratis. Observing a small hous en the mountain side he wondered who could llv In the imoke which came from the volcano commenting "It must be the volcano's janitor what a beautiful job for a retired man to be the guardian of a vol cano. The former premier attended a theatrical entertainment on board for the benefit of the widows and orphans of sailors ana signed a dozen programs which were auctioned off for l.CSO franc The highest price paid wa IW franca and the lowest 10. M. ClefB nceau declared that "at-that rate-JUwould b willing to slga all ay. The former prtmitr declared Jt had hot made any plan nor had h y t formulated any impreulon except that the ship's Vermicelli which had been excellent on the first day. had become very poor. He H a 14 Haladlea "I eat vermicelli every day he salcL- "I'm taking the vermicelli cure. I have to have all sorta of cures as I have fourteen maladies th p me number as President Wil son has points one malady one point everybody has what he can. M. Clemenceau shrugged his shoulders wl.en the danger of an attack upon I.lm at Cairo waa sug- Kested saying. "Tea ye I was warned but perhaps It waa only bunvomb. They may miss me anyway. One must die some day what does the place matter Thf sea proved klpdly throughout the voyage and although he wa erected by rain fog and wind upon his arrival In Egypt he declared he ha l never felt o young "If only there was a little sunshine I would become a child again. he said. Clemearraa Cea to Aeaaaa. Cairo. Kgypt. February 22. Georges Clemenceau. former prime minister of Franc left today for Assuan. on the Nile where he will Inspect the great dam across the river. Thence he will go to Chalal and Ouadlhalfa and spend several days at Khartum and thenwlll proceed to Kl Obtld and ascend Abe niue Nile returning by way of Khartum. Assuan and Luxor. SL Clemenceau baa spent three days at Luxor where he visited the Karnak temples and the valley of the Kings. He met there Field Marshal Viscount Allenby. British hljrh commissioner In Egypt and the Sudan who was returning from the Sudan. M. Cleraenceau and Field .Marshal Allenby dined to gether In the high commissioner private car. CANTEEN OPENED TODAY TO SERVE "FLU" PATIENTS At the request of Atlanta physl- rUns and many other Interested citiiens the Atlanta chapter of the Ue l Cross has decided to open an mei-Rency canteen for the relief of influensa sufferer This canteen will be opened today at division headquarter corner Ivy and Baker street It will be under the management of Ur James "U Dicker former head of the Ked Croaa canteen girl la Atlanta. From this station will be dispensed soup hot chocolate- and other foods necetsary for feeding the "flu" patients. Member of the motor corps of the Atlanta-chapter. Red Croas will look after th de ll very. No persons will be served from the ca te a except upon the request of a doctor or nurse. Doctor aad nur s wishing to take advantage of th service and all former Red Crnaa canteen girls wlu caa give assistance are urged to call Ivy Til. SOVIET ARK" RETURNS FROM TRIP TO RUSSIA New Tork. February SL Tke raited State array trans pen Bnford. the Soviet ark" which carried Kmma Ootdsoan. Alexander Berk- man and 147 otber undesirable aUeaa to Hants arrived here tonight. Jmt I wo montas and a day after ehe startasl ker memorakle voyage. Tk transport brought back if ftic iT and ill casaal rroa Beiglai OKLAHOMA TO ASS ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE Oklakotaa Oty. Okla. Febmary 1- A special Mcsioa of the lgia- latar called ealefly to act a ratt- ncatloa of tne fMeral arotnaa af- fra amcatateat win btgla toaior- row. Several salBor Btattera alo art ID DEFINE STAND Hiram Gardner Asks Him to Say Whether He Meets Requirements of "Democrat Qualified for Presidency. Eatonton. Ga February 22. Special. Under date of Febrnary 21. Hiram I Gardner of Eatonton. secretary of the state democratic executive committee of Georg-la has addressed the following communication to Herbert Hoover In refer ence to the democratic presidential primary to be held in Georgia. April 20 1920 "To Hon. Herbert Hoover The Raleigh. Washington D. C. My dear Mr. Hoover At a meeting of 'the democratic executive committee of the state of Georgia held In Atlanta February 6 1920 a democratic presidential primary was ordered 'to be held in Georgia April 20. 1920. n.l Are Made. "A -committee of seven \ra appointed to make all necessary roles and regulations to .govern said pri mary. The1 committee formulated and promulgated through Its sec retary rules a copy of which I have the honor to enclose herein dated February 1 1)20. "Among the rules is the following 'Each candidate for the democratic Domination for president shall file with the secretary of the state democratic executive commit tee notice of his candidacy by noun. April 1. Ii20. The name of any democrat qualified for the presidency of. the United States may be placed upon the ballot to be used In said presidential primary provided one hundred Of fflOr- registered white democrats qualified to vote in said primary shall petition the state democratic executive com mtttee through it eeretary to Cw iMsnsSpnac5d7 3 petition to .be fUa with the seer tary ofthe state democratic execn- tlv committee by .noon. April I. Hie. Asked to Declare 8ta d. "In view of recent newspaper In terviews purporting to come from you. we do .hot know whether or not it would be your desire to qualify und r the rules to have your name placed upon the ballot fa the democratic primary we prtfpose to hold. "One hundred or mere registered white democrat of Georgia have petitioned this committee that your name be thus placed and It I the desire of the committee that you express to us. yourself whether or not you would meet the requirements made prior to the suggestion of your name as a 'democrat qualified for jthe presidency of th United States. "Tou will I am sure appreciate the fact that we are proposing a democratic primary and will give me a reply at your earliest convenience. With assurances of highest regards I am. cordially yours. "HHIAM L. GARDNER "Secretary State Democratic Executive Committee of Georgia. "February 21 1920. Correctly C otrae4. That Judge J. J. Flynt. chairman and Hon. Hiram L. Gardner. secretary have correctly construed the ruling of the 'state democratic ex ecutive committee Is the statement of Hon. Fermor Barrett of Tocooa member of the subcommittee. In a telegram to The Constitution last night. In which he says "Referring to the discussion relative to vfc presidential primary ethically politically and fundamentally. Vho ought to vote and be voted on in a democratic pri mary. the answer U 'Democrat not ashamed of jeftersonlan democ racy. -It appears that there Is a widespread bol/h-evlstic intent in the United States emanating from the republican party and other sources even here In Georgia for political purpose to disintegrate and disrupt the democratic party- When 'the federal government takes control of suffrage southern democrats needs to b southern democrat and they must know who are democrat "Judge J. J. Flynt. chairman and Hon. Hiram L. Gardner secretary have correctly construed the rule of the state democratic executive committee. I wrote the committee rule and helped to frame the subcommittee rules .and know that neither had any reference to any particular candidates or possible candidate. There are DO tfs nor 'ands about It. any man who seeks tee suffrage er the people of Georgia must let th people- of Georgia know to what party he belongs. -Democracy a an Inheritance from my ancestor m an something to me a a oqthern tltUen. -FKRMOR BARRETT. U eta her Snbcoanmlttn State Democratic Executive Comatitte CARRANZA RECEIVES AMERICAN DELEGATES Mexico City. February IT Amer- teas delegate to the United Statc: trad conference hare bea rel d br PrwUleat Carranza. wka exprened grattncaUoa rrer U coafercae saytmc he apd It wovld net only brine Jor commercial rIatto9 bat -a at tb meads between the two rov- rnrn nta. Although the coafer ac eloed forataltr than a wek ago. -ra rtem delegation feaiw remain her taklajr side trip t Uer dtic t laveetigat tmaincsa gtaaraHr. on Losing injmerica SayiiDr swtbn Pastor Leaving Pulpits Because of Empty Benches -Buying and Selling Churches Growing Business New -York. February JJ. "The decline of religion" 'In the United States was discussed by Rev. Joseph. Fort Newton In a sermon' today at the Church" of the Divine Paternity. In which he declared 'that 20 per cent of the pastorarwho were with u before the 'War 'hate resigned to enter other occupations. Dr New- ten recently returned to America after resigning the pastorate of the city temple in Londqn -Of the 118.000.000 people in the United States,1 he added.- "not mure than 44,000,6ffO attend ervlce in any religion denomination. .Today there are 3.005,000 less children attending Sunday school tha'4 there were in the year before the-/war. He added that patriotic citiiens conld po help f Hng alarmed at the growth .indifference to the church" and that pastor were "leaving their pulplU became they could not preach to empty benches/5 "What is the reason he in quired. I It bdlsfitvljmT -Tou know what the bolshevlsU did tb Russia. Are we coming to the same thing hereT1 "The other day ha continued. "a man oame to me- and asked.- If I wanted to cell my church. I aald 'la that your business bayln churches 'tea he replied 'that I my regular business buying .and selling cflurches. How much ao you want for yourT" Man Is Or Superstitious Vice President Prefers Belief in God to Belief in Left Hind Foot of Graveyard Rabbit New York. February 22. P ron- al success as an element of Ameri can citizenship should be subordi nated to the common good declared Vice President Tho'mit R. Marshall at a Washington' birthday service held by the Society of Tammany here today. Commenting on" the declaration of JeffeWon that all men are entitled to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness Mr. Mar shall said that liberty and life have a different meaning' than they had even fifty year ago "Life consist in somebody having some good thought tor hi fellow man. 'the vice president continued. "and death will come to the roan who goes about hit business piling np hi money and giving no thought-to the good of those about' him. He added "Jefferson yon -will notice did not say a man ha a right to happiness. Oh. no. He knew most of us might get married. Jefferson was not going to give any guarantee. American should be American In reality not In name only. Mr Marshall aald. "I am tired of the hyphenated American. he continued. "It colt an awful lot to get rid of the German-Amerlean hyphen. We can get rid of the other hyphen by education and enlightenment. The man who does not believe In Cod was classed by tb/e vice president a a menace to the country. "We should remember the advice of Washington that a country cannot get along without morality and we cannot have morality .without we TIT religion. he laid. "A -man I either religions or superstitions. For ray part. I had rather believe In the Living God than in the left hind foot of a graveyard ra"bbtt. The error of believing that Americanism consists of speaking the languare Is made by tnanjr people. asserted Governor Alfred E. .Smith a sachem of the Tammany society "Unfortunately a great many Of our eaemle understand our Ian gnage only too well he added. "and os It with a fine which Indicate that they have studied It carefully so as to spread their false doctrine and yet ahleld themselves. The poor Immigrant who comes to America .to escape oppression and. whether .he- learn the language or not. work live la peace raises bla family and a ndc hi children to the schools. I -Just a good aa American aa a man what' can point out a long aad nnbrokea line of New England aae try.4 INFLUENZA NOT RAGING ON U. S. WARSHIPS Colon. Panama. February Si Be- poru that inflaenxa U prevalent- on board the aklpsi of Atlantic fleet w w la Colon arc not founded on fact according to Surgeon Commander Orari. of tfc m4 al eorpa of U nary -la aa laterrfew t He ald tkei health condition Isj the Het In aoatbem water 'wer-ax- cellent and that tbr w r a eo en board th swttlesblp TJ er wera. however. few mild ea a f th cr1Pt th croUer Colomt-u BBC Jaamrr t. wkeai tb -fl t de parted rnan th Uaitad 8rata.-tt r lia beea nly oat deatft that- from o tk war ship On ln r tiae pital aatnoriUca Will Hav to $20,000,000 to 000 to kold Seized Vessels. U n d c r- Wflsqn-Lrloyd- t cnrtN Ctiyrltlit IIM. Washington February Jl. Def inite confirmation waa obtained from authoritative oarc here that the United State under the International shipping agreement restated to the senate by President Xfllson. will bare to pay Into the 'German reparation pool from 120X100.000 to Jfl,009,008 for retention of the German ships seised In American har- bfrm at the. outbreak of the war. According to best Interpretation of the Tltal section 4 of the agreement signed by the president and Premier Lloyd-George In May. 1919. and laid before the senate In re sponse to a resolution the United States will be called upon to recompense the allies for approximately U0.008 tons of shipping In the final settlement which give this country complete title to the former German ships. From a source thoroughly acquainted with the shipping arrangements by the United States and the allls and Germany subse quent to the signing of the armistice It was learned that valuation of the SJ&OCO tons which constitutes the execs held by the. United States. over American shipping loss claim Will be fixed by the reparation con mlMion. Caa4 Uproar' IB Senate. Jit the extremely tow valuation of IfS'pei ton placed dn/tljie v UeU by tujfy/ board of appraltal before Ihe ajnertcan government tised them aa tfaniports. th cost t'o the United It It will 'take cogal-ainis of tKe advance' n shipping values the tonnage price- probably wilt be set at a figure much higher than I5X. Despite 'President Wilson' post-script to the agreement which in formed the British premier that he was without power to bind the United State in an arrangement which would entail the payment of- mlllfon for American title to the ship seized the disclosure of the -'agreement caused an uproar In the senate. Senator Brandegee republican of Connecticut author of the resolution to which the president replied. declared that developments had confirmed the report that this government wa In a secret agreement with Great Britain regarding the former German ship Senator Brandegee declared that he could not un derstand why. the president had taken the position originally that the agreement should be held Inviolate until after the ratification -of the. peace treaty. In the debate which ensued. Senator Lenroot republican of Wisconsin. asserted that congress could never countenance an appropriation of millions to be paid Into the reparations pool aa the price ofAmerica'a retention of the ships. t The Aareememt Explained. According to the explanation of the Wilson-Lloyd-George agreement ob tained today the decision to divide the German tonnage among the al lies on the basis' of shipping losses wis arrived at in the following manner The allied and American war shipping loss totaled approximately 10.000,008 tons. Germany at the signing of the armistice was found to have about 5.090.008 tons of shipping to satisfy American and allied claims for these- losses. In other words the losses were twice Germany's Immediate ability to Indem nify the allies for submarine and mine linking So. for this reason. U was decided that the United State and the al lies would get one-half their lone In the settlement. The American losses daring the war were estimated authoritatively at approximately J 89.000 tons and the United States therefore wa allotted 190.094 tons but the United 6tat.es took o er German chips of a total tonnage of approximately C09.0IO ton some of wrich wer lost during the war. bringing down the total former German hipping In American hands to akout IS'.OOO ton Deducting the. American "lota" chare of 1JO.C88 ton left 3(0.000 ton "exec In the hand of the "United State A President Wtlson and the American 'delegation remained firm in rrtoming the British demand for settlement of war maritime locses on the basis of hip for chip. typ for type and ton for ton. the- agreement wa reached on the basis' of tb cash settlement whereby the United State Brazil. China Slam. Cuba the nation having aa "excess. would pay the difference and retain the ship seized. CRITICISM OF WILSON SUPPRESSED BY ITALY Resne. Vebmary tt The aewvpa per Mesmggero protests agaJast a rating or the'censor suppressing a telegraphed summary of aa article la th Wan 8tre t Journal oltl- eiatnaj PrecMent WIIoa attltud toward Italy. The eensor rvllajr i W lared to b agahut th pabtlc later t. A .ar th peo l /tnore royall tliaa tl'kiiic. o t tk cs or- hip.mor WUnlaa thaa Wilson. Edwa k Urge oKi Pldn Governor Calls Bryran "Wt W' Without jttetc and SJays Both Must Facie Atlantic Ci'ty. K. J Febraary 2 Qovernor Edwarda of New Jersey announced here. today his intention of going to the national democratic convention at -Satt Francisco prepared to fljht for1 aa anti-prohibition plank In tlie pcrtr platform. He criticised William Vanning Bryan whom he designated "a man without a state. and declared that he had no fear that Mr. Bryan will lerlously injure the party should -the con vention take an anti-prohtbltlen atand. Governor Ed wards -said he wa convinced that beth partle most 'faca the prohlb'ltlon Issue a the livest that wll come before the national convention "I don't cir who U .the party's candidate- said t fTOVtrnor. "My only concerm Jar t ito tkf .tiuestion of national pronifcltiJ i iir hed out. It I not a matter or ijttof if a question of prlntljUer TrODal lib erty and start rignU ar In-Jed. r Curfew Applied To All Persons in Must Remaiij Indoors Between Midnight a 1 3 Dbiltn yeiruiry JJ decHe stipulating ths.1 iaffeV -Feb ruary J3 all person la the metropolitan district of Dublin must re main Indoors between mldalghCiuid 5- a mw'was entirely unexpected the government tome months ago having by proclamation taken power to apply it t- Fixing the hoar at midnight will cause mlnlnru Interference with th normal life of Dublin which has few night entertainments and goes to bed early hat it will af fect a large class of night work ers who are alarmed at the announcement that virtually no one' except clergymen doctors aad nurse will get th necessary permits to 'be out of doors between the hoars mentioned. When applied to for permits to day the police said they had noth ing'to do with their distribution and that the whole matter was In the hands of the military. The order creates an interesting puzzle for the new corporation as nearly all th elty -cleaning' is done at night. A cleansing committee will consider this phase of the situation at a special meeting Monday. REV. JERE MOORE QUITS PASTORATE OF LOCAL CHURCH Members' of the Harris Street Presbyterian church heard with re gret Sunday the announcement of Rev. Jere A. Moore their pastor that he had resigned hi pastorate to become effective on Easter Sunday. Ills resignation followed hi appointment a field representative for the state of Tennessee of the Interchurch World Movement. Rev. Mr. Moore will leave tonight for Nashville Tenn to take up nil duties. He ha arranged to return to Atlanta however each Sunday in order to occupy his pulpit as usual until bis resignation become effective. The member of the church will hold a congregational meeting .on Sunday. Starch 7. to take action on hi resignation and to talte atcp toward calling someone to nic- eeedUi'm. He hsd been pastor of tke Harris Street Presbyterian church for Vhe past twelve years. He can to the church from the WjMtattga Avenue Presbyterian church at Johnson City. Tenn. For. ten years of the time pent In Atlanta he served as chaplain of the Atlanta Typograph ical union. He- wa also t etive In the work of the Railroad 'T. M. C. A. having conducted many shop meeting for the organisation at various industrial plant la nd near the city. NEW CABINET FORMED FOR THE JUGO-SLAVS Part February JZ. The Jugo slav cabinet at vresent contemplated 1 mad up aa followsr Premier K. Protlteh -vie premier and fnlnftter of communication tL Trlfkovltch minuter of foreign affair M Tmmblten-min ister of nuance. V. Tankovltch. and minister withoat portfolio' or minister of Joreiga affaire If M. Trmm- bltea decline the foreign portfolio M-SpalekJovitch. NEW YORK TAX RATE SHOWS AN INCREASE Tttw ToreV February York- tax rate on real aad personal roperty-for J Z varies from (2.40 to U per each Slt of taxable propcrtr. CltrComptrolIeT Craig re ported today. Thi 1 aa lacreas of from S to 1 ecata. r j i "Ta -Atlanta-Subscribes Hall H r 'Quota atMassMeet- ing Held Sunday Evening at Grand Theateiy ELOQUENT ADDRESSES MADE AT GATHERING Audience Is Told d Pitiable Conditions Now JS X i s t i n g in European Countries Canvassers Start Work Today Following stirring adcresses delivered" by Harris S fir. of Jew Tork. Dr David Marx. Frtd Ruslander. Harold -and Charlie Miller. mora than 460.000 was raised for the Jewish War Relief fund ar a mass tneetlnf held Sunday nlfht at Loew's Grand. This amount Ik one-half of the 1100,000 quota. lotted Atlanta and nearly a SCOT of team will take the field Monday mernlng to false the $50.000 needed tfr over-subscribe Atlanta' apportionment. Much enthutlaarn was h'Awn .at" the mass moetlng -which was fea .tnfed by the- addresses of Dr. Marx an Mr.-Bellc who .spoke In Yiddish. and by thf quick response matt to the call f Mr. Miner who fllf recte i'4h work of Vuklntr the nW criptlons. Two cornmittess weflt ed in th aadlea taking -.the- tulw ana't'wo'addlnsr iaa tai. Uken the total amount r I ef s A' few dollar ovejr the iSO.OOvJm'arlc. Srrcral aieetfaig HeleV The masa meeting was 'tte col mlnation of 4 seriet of mealing that were held at various places Sunday by Jewish organization of all kinds. One .of tne. big meeting of .the day .was held Sunday after noon at the Standard olub at which addresses were delivered by Mr. Sellg Dr. Marx Mr. HOslander and Colonel J. M. Wltman of Macoa. Chairman Harold HIrsch of the Atlanta Relief committee presided at the meeting Sunday afternoon and the mass meeting Sunday night. As soon aa the. work of announc ing subscriptions wa started J. Kaplan gave the first 11,000. H was followed quickly by A. Max Bremen who also gavetf.OOO. It was announced by Mfe Miller that Harold HIrsch' had subscribed a total of 2. 20 to the fund and" that Meyer Rtgensteln had contributed Ceattaned a Pace Cohiant 4. Loving Tributes' Paid by France To Dead Heroes Memorial Certificates Presented Sunday After noon to More Than 100 Next of Kin of Men Who Gave Lives for De mocracy. By J. H. Tatasa arateful to a' nation whose sons "died/with her ion that democracy and clvilixatlon might live franc presented Banday to the next of kln of American heroes who fell In. the world war memorial certificates in honorof their memory. More than lot next of kin of Fulton county -men who paid the am- preme sacrifice In the XJnited State army -or navy received memorial certificate of honor ar the Xiyrlc beater' Sunday afternoon the re- entatlon belor made /or the French government by the American Le gion p4it of Fulton coanty. It w i announced that certificate for th marines ar to be preaenttd under different procedure and will be aent direct through the mall Bach certificate bore .lit nam and organization-of /the man In who honor it waa awarded attd wa personally presented to tb next of kin. who' occupied aU-on th tage. by two Atlanta-officer Captain W. A. Blrmon aad tJeutenant Frank Carter both possessor of.th dlctingntshed tervic aneda.1 won foc cotupicvotu bravery la action. Araty Officers Prexat. Octmpylnir at on the stage with relative of the dead were-Colonel C. K. Noye of Camp Ordoa-Colo- netsT. 8. Bratton. commander of Fort MePherson Coloael a 1C Batley commander of th array raeraJt ing station In Atlanta Major Ralpfc B. -Kay r. commander' of rth ma\- rin rccrnitias tatlon and other of flclala. A section IB front waa r served .for member of tk leglot The t rI w r impressive sad were attended by a.larg audience which Include Confrderat vter- lr &s-i f& -&f-- t. &v. ----.jffi fPfri JlijW fti 'vV-j 1' liHi& x vrv Hf f BP u jv v .i r S. d'3 IttSiDlili Citizens o in League i HrevehtiE WASHINtiJJbNHELP 1 AS/C D BYftm"DRYS W1 s-- AttpTheyACFeneral Palmeif tionis andjjs ReqiiestefX to C et rrest fcythe Michigan -pfficials. 4 Uon again pTOhitJltloiC hi 'faf kV en ont ln Iron rconnty Ulcblgant and the otrnty ed "by it prosecut M agalast federal jiuthorlty. -Jlajor I Detryraple -fefleral prpbIbtt1onV director for9i&V.cintriit ftateai -no Ufied Waahiniton'.today A prohibition ag nt and party of. Mfchlgan stat constable wer held np Febrnary rt by Iron coun ty oificfal'and-win they had.con- fUcatM jUkea from them iwcord-j iny toy oribrougljtlo cIa tftV day--bV-Xje6- JV'-GroT vof liariQttat supervldnsj praaihitionr agent o v the Cupper p nlnsula Hsjor Dalirymple appealed to At torney .General 'Pilmer if order' tb pros cutor twi deputy jS If fs. two police offjcers attd t other- resident it Iron. .Riyir minlng viliage.- j Vi aVa rttls.palrytMVls tied or diriM dri1 'eoidpatty/ of BtekjwJ prbi Ti MicW B MiU s n uVular S m K l'lblA--A AX A- A i --i.L Qryre. accompanied by ant R..a 8tr6pnin4.r oper ters and .Kind ot. tha statft cont4bics nlary. ltd eleven jbarr 3 l wlnP at' a mine two -tnllef trom Iron-lUf er he been made IV. nuq w own Bdveral basinets v nltifes t Iron Rlverir r vy prpyax Joined heliiio 4 it Caspian. headquarter of th constabulary In that ction of peninrna.r "w' Wne'ar the sleigli 'reacbe River it was'm v Ibiy "Prosecatiiiifs Attorney Pi A. MeDonongh Depu ty jBhs ffi Chard ani Jesa lie Captain Claude Browj f Wine Befe4aa Refine i. McDonotighr.accordiag report told the prohibition visor that h .rw'ii ndermrr transporting liquor -and ordere'd J hi men -to 'Otis h lA Put tap ered. turned to the Scalcuccl Mcl onougji Jwho .the' told the'broth rs to post an arm f prt er if wlta orders to sooot C tha federaiag ntsy tried. to'V gain- possession. After receJvtosr-the report Major Da1r mpl al r Palmer lartra v commlasloner'at llarqnette. to Isstuith' warrant Crov r portta .tbarDlitrtct Attbriuy-My-i rra'-I f j alkcrn-at' fdrnd JUpMv jt Mmwhicl. of th wine seized in' th raid. tak n/ 6m lima ago.- testiel 14 pet ceit-aicchol Iron River Isi maH vHlage 7 the mining coantrjra few mile i th Wlcoo U tin \Tlj t on .of h country 1 -largely and IB wood or month p ikarttsAtt' uu tried to i ian. Bp- th onnty a hootlegger troa River Mich .Febru 2fc-- CoatlaacaT a Pa Wtatitcr 1 FAIR. WaahiniiaTi Forecaati reMCatf -PartJy cloudy lder Monday aaii Tae ft V.rrtaIti-I ligbuy colder fair.- North Carolina. Xanth Local. TsflM and allghtly eo4e r. Bd4yUBedar partly dotJdjVv nori4a --alr Uoaday -TnesA xtrtn Jj.onh wst 'PTortst Ala' bama as4r Ml il 1p t C sm4L probably i al ritia Hoad .y-rail Tn a ayr'eotd f Monday. Teaa l eal Tafi Monday fad 7a day. JEatti ky -Falr isfciijlay Tina local ralv aot a k cs aw ta 4 'v C.m. No. 254. .s- .1'1'W' S. K' i" I" f I. B I t e -'kJIL11I lk" I t mJlt 'flk" J I I - 'I\ l t"f j' 'i I I' .1. t i .i i' .it t iJ I i f it' t -4 1. 'I r -'fl" L i j 'jfl /i ,11) r i -"I M" L1' t Tb. l - :1J. I' ll'I .7' .s t s 0 n a y u .Jl n a 'I. L. tr k .Y p .1i'i ltkQ lEADERS DISCUSS i ioOSSIBlE ACTION Y THE PRESIDENT B \LNobodtrs BILL WILL BE RUSHED TIIROUGH THE SENATE Wi 15 0 n Week-Heavy lo d. en IUI mi. o.c6 it nadlnlC a44r. wa treat .ntl hll. .e9. .01k. Ina' It. line cllt the ali b l4 mt" 1IIIUt-fareh 10' tbe or ntl ra s D. In th" .n&to n OUI Yelop the will lon I 121. portlnt Ide the A I'r"'l enU.I .3n w tnnall'ommlttum..n a-rl "nf''he Ii ctl- call1n l\ otth. coml'fo'ml. The b Rl'prr .nl"tlv. K d. rat. a alllft 111. I I I.a.t a dou. r..l'r..nl.ti. Iud. Inlt th. "Id 0 I .haltor the mu Irrr I 'nata. In.H.I n. t I'o'int ral\ .4 I" i ul."n r-1.UU7 .1 .t. I r.w hnu.e .r. i n tlon. a f-1 'ar -tI ut tlla o"It II tI. 'r. rl. .r. t"ft u. I th' i 1I.I'.D b. c-f I the lal."lIal. h. dll\ Ol..t to' rr.4Id. .oul4 Ie-I r" 4 ubt Ih. Ic tu f'\ri. I a lid II r He. l 14 I the ueDN ct 1 .ted t. to t.e .ftC. III a. .at. .t p""c t..t.rs- ct.ttr n'1It. 'r I I a I f'4 I P"t .W tetn .14. V t f ermic lli Fonnert-PreMier I E ts Vem c lli I Day-With. s l H 'u st. i 22.-Vlrtual1y 11' a'ccounu l..otu. Le I recor tha.t on.l.urClemenu. au the I hI. Wf'at Cleme l'eau A. Strom oll a und IIv" fo on. a anQalrne4 11 hee t o IC orpa Ii a r'IW r" 0. CleIp.neuu "at. that r&t woul I .rI U r .t claTd" Jie norhad'be t lO ha 1ate a tl pr c.hl Ua. 1 ofo eln the lIame polntl-one .very body f. ye. .nr-- matterT' al" .led b ome a. I' Febru r rl Hr. to. .d L to- hl Iv o 11 I UP" fO It'- Atlanta hapt"r. tb. de- .fJ' noll' f cetfuln o eJ nun.- wl.bln adTBDU fo r 'attt ttll s. :1.-ne t tnua.port Ot &lI. lie toalcllt.Just t..o 1101. e r rat. YO n. bf'O. lIt It ettkct'l- a. n HOOVER IS ASKED t -I 22.- Speclal.-Under 1. 'to democratlc'Jre d"ntlal Ralel h. -D. C.-My pre ldentlal prU 0. nate. -eo lttu overn C- 11. fn no n. 1 1O. Stat U Obo v1 ed hUfu1red.op dtrnocr Q a.UCIe4 mtttee.tJuo 1t..eteW7to r1ta"Q'J l me a "t bt.fUt4:4Jlth Here. ta of.the- Uv. bY.Jloon. nt In- do. bot. our Under thU. pla ed u on dem raUc prl1 ose .thua I. the the St 'te. GARD "ER. 2. ex- Wie bo lt bolJh YI.Uc .n O rgta. t eral b4 cratA H'U I JL.Fg- r I t belp c.n Ud.t. po-a lbl. 'I fa' s k. the Ie. mOCl'&CY. aa U Ieallo" COit.t.- 'n-Am UJ t 14..t 010 at aa"tub. r lDOl'da1ftlatJoP. Ute trteD4atl. .t. y. coatel'alCe' afte n- 11en. trf ll Ie. t. i i "t :7i ,7 s- -i-- .i i..s R l igio i.JtQjrhg Gri in J if ilr' Sqys-D'11fetJfon. 1 VUig Beca s-eof Em ty 8 cbcs SelIit t Ch hes BqS 1e I J"The R v. a..rmon. Churcb-of-ih..DJYI r p aior r'.who us tf "war'haTe Occ p'at10 .re Lo 44e4".00t muJ. than 4f.Q00. fo at Jui .ervlce Ie. C Sun4ayscbGoI -year the' r. ded .1I9tf "lpteatln -imrivth .Cf' .i b caule emPtJ'henc.he there.uol1' In. 11 oU t m h efo d O I i" want aUmy I. Id 4"r. y nC" I. rllgJfCh 'lnH af 'AI R' I. 'j. JrJanl.S .6 rmO.U8 I 1"-- L i t e Ptes dcnt..Pref inL .ft..HindF of Grav ardR bit. -PersGn- f.Amrl- aho11dbe .ubo U- comm nlroo4. Tb w.a birthday.service Com tingoJl' i Jeff D I e bappln..a 'con.l.u 'hla an. the. abou-thl. hI. yon.m bas of. tI d b b u ba ve wIthout A I. of. Te7ard r btt.- mall pe pl. smitb.1 iet well" Ii. fine. tamn.1td Mnd. II. -1I. .I.'ju.t &lon N. aD CoJOJlPaIlAlD& 'f.t 1.ea t-,1 f0aa4..6.D aceonll C IJl- Ic&ICof'PI f 0. te'i HI. la.tIt. Wft'e- the TJane ea.N'.r u..crttlPe th. .ena'-r-ol..ta. 81 u..n .4e. tJae. 8 tH. w .d..tt-tbt-fJoom pa la.oo. o. UI.1IFU'.t 1.-O' Iore tbt Plta1.u.ort ftiI'tJMWtZ- t.o eua -.t" banwara."t. &tlrllta .r- .f. AM R A1USTPAY fO tGERMANSHIPS rC Ql1-Jl q' i Georg 'Agt'eemcnt \1i Wi11Have $20,09 oQ $30 Seized'V 7' en. c..Itd..I1.\a I'IIM1e Ld IInI-c. 'fIw't. It.-D.f- tlve IIOUrcU slate. underiho IIblpplnl'&d'aement. tl ttun tl h \.topIlY th8'GIrman $11,000.006 b n ui Ac o Inte thejit l agree- b fore n. to. n. Otl 1an b ae.r any e1l1 le- whIch ex u. reparation. corn- r. i''Pe 't. .ft.flace. 4 dlL. .e "u .y .4 erkan govemm J1t th zaH I.a Cr.DJJ ti.tp. tft tbtb. VnUel' if \arix 'taq.'t't. iIOI. i" tlaU8'c'ommlttee.- "iti. btI fe4' u Clo lnnC6. of' iIi.adnnceft pr bably m cb hl ber 'Pre lldent Will on' In- b1ndthe of'l Ips lelled.the \be1 Conn ctlcut un- hel th of Am erlCA' II 'retenUon th Germ n ton age al- wa. 1O.O O.OOI Ind m- nrf ml e d clded al- t if. r\ ellnda P8 i 4 0' ton"lIOme f eJ.rerba e n a P f. ton. ton. -el A. retllelngtbe I f I Iblpfor tlI..greemeat baaI tbe h -ex th. e te re l. I IT AL'Y Be. ts-ne D II 3 the .n 40elaftll be a. aa.t tile b ua 111. peG.I. .110. .u.e. r 1I1aa u. i y l ft \ti' -t. Bf I-\ \.i 'f" 1- 'T Lqt ip11. r Aniilan i For.D e 'p Ca ts "Wet 'Gveor.CaIs l "Wj b t ad .Jayt. "lu ace t'Dr t tant Ct 'N.l. Febrar u Ewa. .New Jer r ht..ty Intento'l Clng u1na 4eoat cDventOn .8Jnel.co pri- pa ft.tt' .ant-prohlbi. ton b teDT pltor Je crU 1e WiUlm .nlhig.\ d ated mD. wI o t It. 4eld h taa M. Bryu 'iu aroui7 Inur te pat .tb te antiprobblt1oD n4 GQT'rOr' wa I' t. "a.eoi t4 bth prtie. mnl 'tu .t. pohiloa la.ie. 1.1 cme hef re te ntonl eonJI C c o 1 hl prt ofd ce i .mor. CI Ir. .Uon natloll poh l "he 011 II MCa. i ter -uc If. qaetob o. Ptl o .11 \Ib ert a1 at"ar a In' v he Curfiw lr8R "lttal. By.lritiI er u Be M t' 'OtC. 1 .J. E c'--\ DtUn. J rii .U.Jlday. 4 Ipa g .tb' tr"le rua Ja a Pt i. lttd- Ua dltet Dbln mut n- min Ind or' betw.n mld.IC. h d a m 'wu eDtrely. Uiepce tme mnth. havlg proclamtIn it 10ul' ml nigbt wi culemlnlm interfernce wih th. norma 'Ufe t urI. btt wi af- tec nlt a e nouncmet D I elee.m 4Oor a wiJ at te nec. ry mit 'doon betwen boW metond Wen appled t pemit. to- polce h Wth elr'dlltrlbutJon. ad wbolemter Oe hn. mllr. crt l 'ntere lnc' puzle ne. Ction. nerly 1 th ely .ceanlng- dGn.at nleht.A cleannl c- mite wi r phe .ltuaUoD"t .pe l meolnc H D&T RV. JER MOOR fUITS PASTORTE Ye.ber. tarl. Prebyterian wlt re- get annoufcement. A Hoore thir ha re.lge hi' putorc. .ffectve reelg.Uon lowed hi. U feld rpresntatve .0 M01'ement HI wi tnIght N&Gvle TenD. t JI. He hu rturn Atlant ech Sund7. u d tl\O l l m efectve curcb wi eonnectloal Ieetlnl sn4r .I fn.7'a Io ulnc. .0meD.I t c- eeed.lm tle Steet Pruberln e pt YIU" et eburh W tA Prelb.teln ebure Ciy. Ior tie Atant.be lernd.u f IP t t U I .orI te RllGa 1 A hTIn conuetd mn IIDg. ot ton Ymw. Induaa Plnu and Dea et7. CBINE FORBD JUGO LVS P 7eb JLTe Zac S" a .r.et eontemlte I. folos Pemle Ptth .Ie P. Ole 'tl.'lter f emane- tloA.- "rfrylt mill latr fop lfaJn JTnnnbU lae' x T..nkOitb.nd mIJ erw.lt.t poto lter .onJda UK 'm. .bt M. t. tOI pUo XSpett N 'QR'7A RE SOWS A INCRAE N Tor 'F.bnU. Ye..t .t O1l pn .ryfO" n yrea' t" $4' t 111. 1- e tb1e Ctr CPtrle Cr ret U. .0' r f UUU il tIR nlJt8V 1 'I .SUfHRiNG\1 d .r 'i 1) .1 S. U. 1. sen. Oi. e. s H. i. Hr 'Qpot. at Massl'ce. ingHeld Sday 'E .ni g Gnd T eate ELQUEADDRESSE GA T ld' fPt ConditQI stin.g i. Euope .Cutre Cavsser Sta Work'T y. PolowJnl' tlrln a e lvr b Har" SanC. Ne" York D D&Vd Mar Rus lnder. Hld Char e ller ta tS.OOO rlu4 "tO U .a tUJcar. mal mutn unda Jlrht L. Th. &ount one-baI .te nooolo 'quoa a- fotte Atabt& wil tke -ti Kondy' J.rnn to'lalle the'l000 needee t ovr-aUbklb.e Atlnt' 'appr tlnment enthumwu.nWD t ta. tli .te tre t&resleofDJat 4r.'BeI .Ipok Ydd.h &db .tqale1 rein. m .th e lr.Mle 'w o It reCte.-lwork tklngthe'.ub. arl Uo6. mm te I' tt1 t adl.D.-tk' t. c c.n4' 4dln 'b 1 io tL W t l tJ 1- \aea tt. ota. -ut. rin 4o 1r. oTeUe .O t I&k' lnlBedp. 111. U meet c 't1e c t. mnton ofl.erle .metl tat varl a' p1ce. Sud. Jewlll orpnlatoJ'ot tfklbd. Ue .neetnc. .tt wa after.- no te Standardatub whch a4e8e'were delvered byYt. BelI' Yan Kr.RGil nder Clonel 1 Macon CaIran Harod Hlric f te lnt Relt' commlte.prelde t meetng aferoon me'tnc.Sun4nlh1 AI BOA of-annoullc- j in .ubripton. wu Brd Kplan gae 'U OO. He fGlowed .Kax Bremen all g YS.OO. 'J I announcd. r. 'Kler llt n hto ht K tb l0e nlgenUeln ha. .COnllblte.d'I' cu.e p..a h Loring Trbutes' lPcid Fr nce Ceicf Jrisented ft r"'i Tha. 10 K n Wo Gve Livc moracy. BI -t. -Ora.t tll nt Gn Bn 4I 4 .Ith .nl' 4eDe dtlyn1Uon m.u liLVrafe Pesnted Su4ay.t .te .n st ofAenun h'I..w10 meor1 cetIcate hODr f ther memor. Kor.thaDIO'lext of-kin' o'f..FI - tnc unty ald prem. Acfice 'I.'thl pJied .Ittel ryet memrl JIete .holor at 'the"LI aute SUyalernon.'the'-r elt Uo elne m. J. or UUIFren C01lent eican. gOB PIU of'Flta 'cut Iw &IDonced that ce1etl. Ih. mrfne to'N p..ata..tf4. .ltrnt pear..ad.wW b .a tru"1 iho.ml. Eaheerltfet b.e.o nf t\ l r w. pern punted tb. ekl wh' opleRU'OI tol IUn t. -Attofl.-Cp It D. t d'Jlhe .rm WOD.to le t t .1 OJJD Ul.OI te at. wi Uv.ot 'de WI 'Clnl. c R-N e. cmp. 00 'CI. nh T. ,8.BnttoD .me'o f t lal-.t&IDmAtLnt Mjr Rlp n it w h nl" - i. ae. 10. 1. ILf. ro. t w" .j le.to mb. 'Of ,1. lq p I.i 4j .n&tUe'1'a.larp..uUne wih lnel1 Clff.oiyer. "t f .7 $1 1 r'/ 'I 7.1 .t t.F'- j ff f lfroNGo- "J AHfHbRt dt Offida rur l J d L a. u:1 .t t Vent ruorcemeri V" f Dy"'Law 7 1 f. t 1f r N.1 U" ASKED'By'"rHE.IDRY J. 1 ira1am Is .iritohritd" .bfto dri rtd0 e s ei rd 11Att st of"tb-e ifici j r H' t. -t e Inollt'r1n r D tcouniY 1Ikil 'th'4 1d j.tu'PO e t4 M.1e7 1.tn o enI'8)'O.1l ff aplalt'lederaJ Ai x.ne t7mpJei.ife r Pt- h blt1O iJ r dtr ctl\rJtor .uit. I ti'e.tlt l1 'urJe4w..biAl'toD.tod 7 "t p .lbiuo f l. Jtt.u4 'partr" r 'Ifate'-e itablel J"'C p F br t7r1ibY 1. u ty.o fJclat. D4 Whi.theyhadeoD. 't Uk tbemo. .Cco 1 1l'to .tb.fo. .ul1.i\ b. l a to. \Al 6. f. tqultlt.i &u 1tl0 1 t tOI up r- nln. 1 D pl.L&NIlal.4M'A.ty' c. tome-Oe leral.'Pilm 'b \v ijaUed t tJi. t pro"c1Itor" diPU .iahl i IffLi t" i'po e. e".D4Jhr h.1'- .I.deata t D I1' i d" 'h f 'I. Whl1e- a.iltlD Jtt"f t ll"tt t.f. uUi il pat Jdi1 f 'd'r f" a. a'K1 f.'t' 4)Pj' A. tb1if6 ta t t.ht b tow f ilwb iwatl Pa.MJfJ.t at Oitit 1"-- .r7. IX' I' n .a' .taK exptodIU01t- r 'I Ult f n. Hfe1lJIU eb lt&ti J'3i 14 .e a bi2" f'1t 7 Cciiin lanle t' 7LI. it.ll f.f l. aiS 14 op. t i. an X1n ot.th. OXU li'k I"e \oeft' anli -Yl .tr .fa' 'm tWO cle"from .r W t ti today. 1'Ie.ln ,1i" i4tltc'Jiu. b7'Jo1iJl PetU'&JI48t tJt 's l L"'w. lthT..I i i' ofif o1n. .der 1 bUftJ1II' Y.t11at. tti 'i i t' vtrl I q art r. t.th..t. o .t&bu 1'l' .ectIO .ot J Whea eu r wa 'DMt 1 rO.eeutlil 7. Atto b a tziti.D" .t Ji.fitf. Char4'an4"J.A1 Po l eChllr x Ii "P tf IlceCa taln I 'WI..le. l.g" eIonCluc co lnl' .to".Gr i hport..t t4' 4I1'rohlb' tI a 'pjitt ISO. r. .tha. t. h. 11. nCI. .e. 'f' &I'1't. tt .f..O. r. tr&JIap lnc or/ 3-4li I. 'mea'&o. t lJI. Gr i 1t Pi r t. 1VP-\.CT'fIHW t. Ine.f .e' w"Jie.'f .to. Scat'cucctbrot :1 rZ.N F K DoDlvab. 'i'th. .t r p. 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UUDI'.AUorDeT.I' eQ Ce 7p..c.a..q j fr Hi..t'--J'f .i' ct.cT.-- 1--- .4' ii 'V'ma el tJJ A4ar. 1 Nerth-6i.I1 C oK- .Loc&I .aJuS'III&1aUy Me n r.u4&r -i i protabl..J eo.J -I- hWr 1o..1.ratn T .s. JOeaI'raJ. ItfJlll ta "i4kaicr I. p. k'h i1 t f-f.ii .o1c 1' 1 ltr f rT.i' a i.2 VOIJIL I"WH I S KyR EBELUON vN:4. 4. 4. 4. 4 4. 4 &r Vi1sonMayS'topRaIl Bi1I'Py'Vet ACTI 0 N 'lv THEPRESIDENT u Nobode T h a t DenocraticVote 2.-Fna1 .ct an rontro 10. t.Maad. iu a griecenee..The I v..w nd the fler.-o.nletlve rep recede was ir ha unlin wa mump l..g- a 1bty I. oue.er. l.a Tenctnt mao ctnrO1ttE-p. iIl May t Ce. ate act io.at a.d arge aM.c. cc. cC c-ott. C dIota. Ud ttlw bsrS 000IpVDd .p..eb be .t. 0 fWith Ijis St d U p MilAerand's 1t francp- WSr&nc at be day. ait hade yet 3X soris..pj wa hail so tt 22.- toChalal l Reil hilL th rosa. o cptc.a tht .w rk 24 snont jASS 2J.-.4 c-t so ea fti. b jl iaor tzera axpect.d be aa24sa. Eato ton. prestd ntial lr. 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Ike posts. exercises wire a large lnclud.4 C..tlssod Page 1' Ciii 1. 'fr --l-r.- .4 2. .a I et 4. I YPLUllh1NC OTH U R 11 nd of' Iicounty t Prevent j --t. WASHINGTON HELP ASKED BY THE CSDRYSC -5. c General Palmer Informed of -'Cohdiil ti6 s andls Arrest of the Mi1g'fficia. a ChicigOTnbruary- ,2L--A "rebJ- t brett-- thr-cotrnty d by hi tag attorney In -"open re'vqIt' I. directAriforthtCentral. atates.-fio. Washidgton 0odiy tent ends. statseonstables s h ldupFsbr ryrib by tyoffllaIs and-wIne bad con- flscat4ttken to .word brouglt to Chicato tO" day by.Le6 1. Grove. peninsul4. r Os weTsnts isUed fit' gtI of the i-wi iffL thr4e of flyer. a. mining-viltags. .n 5Clee VpCaentyl e Whileaecatlng 04 froM feder- a authoritiss Dalitbpies9ned erie drift- prcs./ blbIt agent. td.sthether. to-j Vprat9f t. stsrUo 'tO.- rnprrOp' TCdt4c1irawcieaiup- Ircd couit -4 C -t- esCahu1ai'p. v1It'be asked- tOcd-operaic In tbt. expedition Ututen R..0.-StabPe-&itbi'rooperh h1sjJ cons't4b. ftired barreie ct wni. 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