Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, January 02, 1917, Night Extra, Image 1
- y 'tTBWiiWWWWiWUmWIpP WfWWV( 'H'r'qwTj np- '-'-T' T irr-5fc35(V ",--3TOSgE wnaw",i jf--7- te-.-n- -.fc3l-Sl??Vi,"'f' If FINANCIAL EDITIO'N NIGHT x3STRA?v NIGHT EXTRA ?r c k BTL If W: . i ' . VOL. III. NO. 94 DEMAND PROBE INTO FLINGS IN SPEAKER FIGHT Penrose and Va-'o Factions Under House Demo crats' Fire DISGRACE TO STATE SEEN Ik-solution Cnlls for Airing of All Chnrgcs Made Daring Campaign Rival Leaders Hurl "Bombs" After Speakership Eight rpHE contest is over, untl wo will J- now proceed with the business of the State." Coventor llriim ban ph. "The entire Ftrcnjith of iho cor porations, the railroads and the other special interests were thrown behind the Raldwin candidacy, and still Pen rose was not able to control enough votes to pass a single bill in the House of Representatives." Senator Vnrc. "I will be in my seat in the State Senate every day of the session, if necessary, and devote every minute of my time to show the people of the State just what kind of a man is in the Governor's office." Senator Mr Nicliol. 1 Representative Daniel A. Millie, of 1 Vlcchcny, announced today that ho ' would introduce a resolution fry r"' k 'islativc investigation of charges that votes of House members were I purchased by Penrose leaders during I the speakership fight. Tin ee Allegheny County members I have been named as having suddenly I shitted their votes from Cox to Baldwin as late as T o'clock last X v.hi.iij;. 71v n Staff CorrcwoHtU lit Jl K.-.'.ltlSHl'l'C. Jan. -J. A legislative ll" vest'g.illnn of tho i lunge? ntnl counter charges mailo by hotb the Peurose-JIcNIcliol and tho Vnic-IJiumbaugh-.Mngee forces dur ing tho Speakership flfilit miu ilcnianileil today by Iho Democratic delegation In the House. A rcMilutlon wns Introduced by Wilson l. Sarlft. Ileprcsontutlvo from Ttiuplc, Hoiks County, and the candidate of tho Demo crats fur Speaker, callliiR fur the election by tho Houso of a committccr of al mem bers, to consist of two members who voted for I'dwln 11. (.'ox, tho llrumlicuRli anill ilate for Speaker; tun who voted for Itlch rrd J. Ilnldwln, tho Pentose candidate, ami tun Democratic membeis. The lesolutlon would g'lvo tho committee newer tn conduct public hearings ou the -jfeharges. and to subpoena rnltcil States il . ...... ,.......l ,.... tu -ciiaioi i eurose, .vuoiouy i,coui,i ,-i,u,,, Ship ' llrown, Stato Senator IMvrlu II. Vnic, sta tit Senator William C Sproul. Stato Si'n 'hailCH A. Snyder and all other per- o hurled charges and lncl!ea dtir- oampalgn. nrcsor.UTro.v i-oi:ci:i esolutlon declared that the cli.ugcs Illation, coercion and bribery mailo lor Penroso during tho HpcnKeislilp inanted action by a Krnml Impiest. tin In III. Ti't Democrats forced tho lending of tho r. lolution, and under tho tales of tho Houso I." laid oxer for printing beforo action iiion It can ho taken. L'nder tho Miles of tho House, tho meabuic can bo called up at any tlino after the I.cglslaluio reconvenes on January 15, and a vot on It can bo forced. The measure was Introduced after Ilerre sentatlvo .... Malic, of Pittsburgh, bad nn nounri! r'lai ho votild not olfer bis reso lution - dine for an Investigation of the nllfiT. hilblng of six members. elect befom 1?. f. ..ight's caucus. Mailo Is a TliumlMugk fo"i -wer, and after tho caucus last niR.it he threat ned to Introduce a resolution for an investigation of tho alleged bribery b'arlg's resolution quoted at length tho Ccntlnuril on I'.ise l'lre. Column Three WIFE OF MILLIONAIRE ROUTS WOULD-BE THIEF Mrs, John Borden Pursues Man From Bedroom, Where She Had $25,000 Jewels CHICAGO, Jan 2. Mrs. jolui Jtorden. wife of the millionaire sportsman and ex plorer, proved herself a heroine early today when she drove out of her bedroom and - irsued to the street a burglar, whom she discovered crouching near her door. Lying on' her dresser were Jewels worth ti'S.OOO, which she wore last night and which, it is believed, lured the Intruder. Mrs Borden, awakened by a ' noise, jumped out of bed, called to her husband, witched 'on the electric lights and ran after the man, who was In Might down the hallway. Sho went as- far as the froat door, thea called tho police, bcfoie her hus. band, armed with a revolver, could catch up with her. THE WEATHER FoitaoAsr for Philadelphia mid vlvliiltuVartlu cloudy tonlyht. with Ion-eat temperature about SO degrees or 3i ticurees; M'cdnes. day generally cloudy and warmer; uentlc triable winds. LENGTH OF J.VY c..n rliM .. 7.-3 9. m. I Moon riss. 2,13 a in. US Mil- i .13 p.m. 1 Woou souilw T : ! J IS: DEL.UVAKK HIVKB TIIII3 ('II NO lis CIIKSTNUr bTHEliT W-itr Si'U a in. I Jflw wulr. . 3 .5 p.m. rtwVttr . .3Iain I IIIU utr.. ill p.m. TIUIPEBATUBB AT KACH IIOIJK raT Mj4ULJiLjML-l31 I I LOST AND SOUND ":.. Lot two rln. circle .of dlamond. ,l,w. i eolJI rins Mpohlxen anU two dla Sn Mlwx-n '-hc"'1 ." IndMlrlal Art aaU gP 0f lndJ.irU.1 Art. gwIM- ,, rtVl.td u A U. BUVU14. RIVAL GOVERNORS FIGHT VOli AUIX0NA CAPITAL Republican Nomlnco Will Ask Courl to Oust Hunt, Democratic tixccullvo rilni:.l.v, Arl, Jan. 2. Ulxntm' two tinvernnrs rptinveil their battle for pn. seiiloti nf tho executive office today while nrtnetl deputy Rticrtrffl patrolletl the smte House Krountls, apprehensive of pr-rlmis trouble. Tom Cniiitilipll. wlinite rtecllnn on the He- pulillcan tlel'Pt wan oertined by the Secre tary nf Klatc and who delivered ll limuit tiral addt-CFH ycBtetilny, vwnt m the oillcen of hla nttnrtie.vii early today. He wa pre parlnp; to apply to (he Huprcmf Court for a writ of inandamtin, dlrectlnft flovrrnor llidit, ticniocrnt, to turn over the lieya of Iho olllce. If the .stiprenip I'ourt ilenleM thp nppllea Hon. Campbell will Fecit Ilunfit arrest on the char-re of feloniously withholding an olllce Hunt, who enntontht tnnf a recount il show Ills elertloiv, rcmnliied In seclusion today. It wan reported that lie spent the nlRht In the executive olllies In the State Capitol, hut some nf bis friend said ho was In conference with hla attorneys. KlnmiitK Woman Runs to Xci-hlur'tt I.A.VCASTIMt, 1M . .Inn -!--.Mrs S I' Adnni. or I'eipien. lies nt th- l.iun'a-tir (Teiieinl llospltnl In a nltli-nl condition ftoiv butnx While ptiii'kliiK ii .hlUieii nt tho stove bet rtiitbliiK utiiKht tire and bv the tlino she tan into a nelittiliot s house all her i lotbltig bad hcin i-oiiinii, il mul she ns frlKlitfull.v biiiueil llei hiiib.iucl was In l'lilladelphia vNltlni; LAWSON EXPLODES ONLY A "SIZZER" Promised Big Firecrackci- Fails to Shake Capitol at Washington "LEAK" NOT REVEALED lit n Staff Corrciimwli nt WASIIINfiTON, .Inn I Tho Bre.it bljr (IrecracKur Thomas S. Uiwson, of Doston. Iirotnlsetl to explode In the Capitol today proved to be only a "Blzzer." Xtoieover, tho plumber has not vet been called to solder tho IcaU which lias existed from the Capitol to Wall sticet for so many years, according to tho recent runiorn to that effect. Kttrtheimoro. the Itules Com mltteo will not bo called toRcther, so Chair man Henry says, to tnUo up tho Wood resolution of Inquiry as to whether Indi viduals connected with tho Administration Planted by Kolas short In Wall street pi lor to tho President's peace note. All this nega tive Infot matloit Is tho Mim total of u Inns morning's conference, behind closed doors, between Itobort I.. Henry,, of Texas, and Thomas V. Lausou, of Huston. Following tho eonfeicueo .Mr. Uiusmi emerged fioin the llulcs Committee room, and being greet-il by ait unoitnolia nBKioga tloa of newspaper reporters, motlun-pluturc men and othcis, ho flow tied and then ut tered this statement: ' "I had a most satisfactory conference." Ho then bowed and left tho Capitol, es corted by a squadron of motion-picture lamein men who had beon on his trail since dawn. Iteprcsen'atlvo Henry dictated a state incut and rushed Into the lloiihe, vbero he Introduced nn old bill of his i icied to destroy utterly Iho gambling operations uf tho Now York Stock K'iuhaitge. XOTIIINO TO I.VVIISTICUTIJ The Btateiuon' -ead: .Mr. Uiwson luirged that thero was n "leak" from tho Stato Department to Wall stieet some ilajw agu, si ml that through such alleged leak certain Individuals, by siiectiil.itlng In Wall street, cleaned up sixty million or mote. 1 have asked him for the name of tho Individual giving Information con stituting tho leak and the names of Conthiueil nn Pace Twii, Ciiliiiini Tnu PRESIDENT WILL INSIST ON RAILWAY REGULATION Congress, Resuming Work, Finds Wilson Determined to Check Peril of Strikes WASHINGTON, Jan. 2. Congress got back to business today to find that presi dent Wilson Is determined upon passage of additional railroad legislation, include tug the bill compelling Investigation before, strikes can be called. Members found, too, that will) this de termination went a feeling on tho Presi dent's part somewhat akin to displeasure at the railroad brotherhoods' opposition to tho measure. I Prospects of an extra tension teem greater now, la !ew of tho President's present determination to insist on passing his railroad laws. RAH.HOAI) IIKAItlNUS The Senate Interstate Commerce Com mittee today spent most of tho opening session arranging procedure and will re convene again tomorrow morning to take up hearings oa the railroad program (Yank W. Morrison, of the American Federation of I.ibor; Andrew I-'urusuth. of the National Seamen's organization, und I. J Mc.N'anmra. representing the "Dig Four' railroad biotherhoods, served notice on the committee that their organizations were violently opposed1 to the proposed legislation ' KMI'LOYKHS FAVOItAIJI.IJ James A. Meary, president of the Na tional Mauufactuiers' Association ; i'lliot Goodwin, secretary of the Chamber of Com merce of the United States, and ex-Senator Faulkner, of West Virginia, represent ing the railroads, Indorsed the measure and will be heard at length later. Senator Cummins, of Iowa, member of the committee, indicated his opposition to tho legislation by bis cross-examination of Frank W Wichter, representing TCevv Kng. land boards of trade. The Senator ex pressed the Mew that the proposed law would enable employer to get ready for a Strike by the employment of strike-break ers und would not affuid any rial walutio tu industrial disputes ' Program for Legislature as Oullinetl by Governor TKOlsr.ATURK ah on Id enact J-J county local option law. Ctontittitional amendment permit tinjr women tn vole diould lie re enncted clpopito failure of voters tn ratify amendment Inst year. Cities should havo lnrprcr doRrce of home rule, Consideration should he rtivon to need for smaller Councils in Inrgo cities. Laws must be enacted to conserve natural resources of the State. I.ejjislottire must Rive considera tion to mine cave-in problems In an thracite ronton. Further development of Stato charitable institutions should bo on cottafte system, with provision for Kreatcr vocational Instead of greater medical treatment. There )j need for an efdeient and economic State civil service law. Toll roads should be abolished promptly and ?0,()00,000 a year should bo appropriated for new IiIrIi way consti action. I.nrjror appropriations should bo made to public schools to keep the educational system up to national standard. State is HiitTorinR from ovor legislation. Further consideration hould bo Riven to St.ito limiMtiR Inus. t Amount available for appropri ation by 1!U7 I.eRislitturc above cur rent c.Npeufcs is S."i!l,'ll'iri,!)81.i!H. TEUTONS CAPTUKE 600 MORE SLAVS Drive Six Miles Into Mol davia and Seize Sovesha I'.ULGARS NEAR iI A C I N HKItl.IN, Jan. 2. nie.ikuig through Iho Russian lines In the Carpathian Mountains. Austro-derman tioopx have captured Sovesha. in the Itu manlau piovlnru of Moldavia, the War Utllco rtporteit today. (Sovesha Is In the Stishltzn Valley and six or m.-vc!i miles Inside of Moldavia.) More than titlilil additional prisoners have been captuied by tho Herman allies in the Mumnniiin war theatre. , The mention of Ilimmnlnn troops In tho Ciirp.Mli', i nt .-hems that the Kusslan lines have been relnfoucd bj reorganised Jtu iiiaui.in ininpi South of ihi Trootusul Valley the Ger man allien h.ive captured an important mountain ridge. Further south, Russian positions on both skies nf tho Oitoz Valley wete iiiptni'LiI by tliu Austro-GermunB In stnrtrilng lit tacks. ' ' In Dnbriidja the Jlulgurlans raptured slrocngly defended portions and hurled the KumIuiw upon Alatiiu. OFFICIAL IIKI'OKT The text of tho olllclal report reads. Aim' giU! of Archduke Josef South of the Trotusnl Valley the dis puted height on the ridge of Mount Fnltuciinu came lntu possession of the Ucrmnns by a vigorous attack. Along the valleys leading fiom the Hereck Mountains to tho ivrctli Hlver our Hoops stormed em my position on bcth sides of. the nitoz Valley at the point of the bayonet. Sevii.il height posi tions as well as Sovesli.i in the SushiUa Valley wein taken, liiimaidaii ndvumvH vveii' lepulsed Three Inimlucl pilsoneiq vvete captured b us. Ann group uf Field Marshal von Miickensen The Ninth Arm prrsslnif tlte enemy and ilefeatiug his repr guards forced' the Itusslans m ictrcat still faither. Fiom the West Mid south German and Auslio-rrunguilan troops iiiprouched bridgehead pusitions near Fnl'shuui andFimdenl. ever lii mote prisonetH havo licui cnituivd a, well us inucli war material. Hctwiui Uuzeu and the Danube Kivir the enemy ni.iiu lulns a bridgehead. Ivust of Ili.iila. in liobiudja. Heriaan and unitarian t loops caiiturtd nmaclously defended Itussiun poMition.H and threw the Itus slans buck to Muichln In this nguge iiient I'onieranlan Iteservu Hegimetit No. U distinguished itself. SOFIA, Jan "! Fi.leen hiiudied men. n olllcers. four Held guns and fouitidi maihlno guns were laptureil b the Mill is. ii lau fulces in the lf.n-i' aimmd the liiidgcheatl of ll.ulo. toda) s oluYi.il .-latc-in. 'lit said GERMAN 1ATK0LS RAID CHAMPA GNE TRENCHES lU-ItUN'. Jan. -' German latrol detuihinents entiled Frerteti trenches unid returned safely in tlte Champagne sector, the Argonue forest and Continued an I'uee 1'our, Coluiun )a S3UTliv3IAY DEFY G0VK1W0K BanUJng Commissionqr Consults Prlentls About Kegignntion AVtlllam If- Hniitn. State flanking Com mlsslnner. will not decide whether he will resign until he has consulted with his friends. He made an announcement to that effect todav. Governor llrumbaugh re quested bis tcsignatioii after he hud held office for seven years and expected to re ceive it by January IS, but Smith has not yet taken any action toward satisfying the Governor's demand The leslgnalion uf J Louis Ureitingir. chairman of the State Komil of Motion I'itture Censors, will be presented on January 15 Mr. ilreitingei asked the Governor to grant him an ex tension of time, in which lie miifht adjust various detulls of administration before he left the ficpartnient. He left for Harris burK today. KAUL CUK55QN WEDS American Widow Bride of British War Council Memboi I.ON'DO.V. Jan. J ISarl Curz-m mul Mrs Alfred puiHuii were marrll In the private chapl at Uimuitli I'alucj tulw. l'iiil Ourzun ts lord i teklenr cf r Joua cll nud one of I.Ud Georgt's ' ar labiaet" Ills first wlfi vva Ma y V.ctoria 1 .titer of tbo Chicago .amilv Sirs irnggan who jn n.im-. fjidy Curssuii is also an ri.riean girl born in VU.bau... tli'- daunlitii of J Munroe Hinds, iviiiii Antvrican Minurrr to ii.izij PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY GOVERNOR ASKS M01EKULEF0R Brumbaugh in Message lo Legislature Urges More Power for Cities WANTS SUFFRAGE ACTION Auto License Fees Should Do for Highway Mnhu lennnco trAniltsurtvi. Tn. Jnn 2 Governor .Martin ) ItrumhntiRh presented his regular tiie.iqe to the General Assembly this afternoon, The message marks tho cam ple! Ion if exactly half of the Governor's tetm of oilloe, ami with that In vlevf 1ho Governor levlews the achievements nf t)ie lli'st tvvo .vrnrs of his administration ami outlines hW legislative program for the remainder of his term The message rovers on brond lines Iho entlie Held of legislative enactments eon sldeiiil bv the llilB General Assembly, vvllh p.iilliiilar stress upon the Governor's peiMonal ptogtam of hilinanllailan legisla tion A p,M is made for Ihe te-cnaetinent of a woman's suffrage amendment -by tbn "t.ite l.ogMatuie and the success of a loi.il option law at this session Is forecast. A program of constructive legislation it nut lim il In detail The Governor cmphasUcM the need of enactments to conserve natutal lesniirces anil suggestions along this lino fni in the bin den of the message ACTO I.ICr'NrfK FKHS Foil HIGHWAYS IMsciissIng the need for better and im proved blghvvajs. the Governor recommend Hint all fees oblolned from the sale of nub mobile llienscit be used exclusively M the inalnteiiaiHNj of .highways Instoail of leing turned directly into the State treas 111 y a i W the practice now "Titeie llcenie fees should have gono et tiiit l.v and promptl Into malntciiaucc of blghwnys." the message continues. "That Is tho purpose of tho license fee. It N what the people expect shall bo done with the moiios thus received. I ask you to set nsldo the Incnnio from the license feci as a separate fund to be used cxcluslvelv for maintenance upon tho 10.200 miles of State highways." The abolition of toll roads as speedily at possible is the hubjejet of special consid eration. In addition tn tho appropriation of the 11115 l.cKislnlute fir hlghwny Im provements, the ikivernorwiitfs iliat $0,000,000 a year be appropriated now fm new construction work. The section of the message devoted to the local option issue follows: "1 have steadily Mood for tbo enactment of u county local option law, and Mope you share with me the Importance of giving to the people tho right to decide for themselves whether or not they wish to have licenses for the sale of Intoxicants granted tn their several counties. No delegated body can so well administer the license laws of Ihe Stale as can the people themselves. In this proposition Is theessence of our domocrac.v liuve wo not alread) bad ample evidence of the, unwisdom of our Judiciary having tills unwelcome task imposed upon It? What today is In many enmities tho caul rolling Inllucnce in the election of Judges? It Is this extra-judicial function. Tills Is work ing increasing linrni to these officials iim whom wo have n-slctl the fin il legal deter mination of the s.icnd rights of our people. "It should not be a political Issue The sooner our p illtlcs are lid of the license ttucstloii the better for l' nnsjlvanla. livery consideration looking i the good of our people impels me t . urgo up.in you the enactment of a law th.it will permit the Ciintlniiril on I'asr I'iie. ubniiii line "POOR BOOB, 207 OF HIM, HE ONLY HAS ONE VOTE" "Best Thing 'Plain Member' of Legislature Cnn Do Is to Grin" Ily HERBKItT S. WEBER llAttniSUl'IP!. Juij, 2 McNIehul wurd leaders, crowned with red. while and blno pajwr eups and hlrlinii deafening police rattles, conducted orglustic revels follovvinu the Uiildwin victory. IMwr, it has been Mild often etiough. lifts not been in this UHlslature fight, but It is now In this IBls lature. Tonight will mark the third con secutive cotebinUoii of New Vcnr's Kve In the fupl'al. It will certainly ruin many another 910 bill to convince the uverase llaldwlnlte that this Is l!T. All class barriers have been broken down for the merrymaking, it belntr a matter of comment that newsup-rmii and ethers of the political nrUt'Kirucy condescend to lb nub even with members of the Hlut Ilauss of rteprescntatlvea, What in so poor ns a member of the legislature? Not a Senator that amounts to something. Out u pialu "Hon. U (I. Jl ember." than whom there is nothing more trivial. I thus phrased b tlurrisburs: "file pout boob, lie only represents hi cue tittle district, and be only has his one Uttt vote, und thr are -0? of blm lie (now he oril lias one vote, and that the best thing I' can da la to grin and be a euod fellow, and keep In liui place." fhua Mr. l.elb. the actlntr clerk of last' night's caucus, put Into practice this theory when an inattentive member must iud be stow in answering to his name In roll call. "(Jralum. of Chester; lie votes for Uablvvin. Mark one for Baldwin." What could Mr Urabam do but act nice and saj. "1'eh"? Mr fcby of Perry CounrJ put It accu- touUauca on I'ttif Ylt. t'uliuaa Fur 2. 11)17 I'oMrn.iiT QUICK NATIONAL SECURITY DANK INCREASES DIVIDEND flic National Security Brmk tottny tfcelnrctl n sewlnnnunl tlivi dcml ef ten per cent, Inerenslns tho rato from sixteen to twenty nci cent per annum. The u.ink milled $100,000 to the surplus, making tlmt fund $1,000,000. MOTHER RESCUES CHILDREN FROM lfIRE Sirs. letcr Amlnjjlaln, of S0S1 Worth Nineteenth street, res etted her four Binnll children from lite icnr of her burning home to tlny. The fire started In the grocery siore lit tho front of her home. The (lnnmKf Is estimated nt ?1000. RECEIVE HONORS AT "1 jW1 I'm. ii., h I m.I ru,,il A t ml. ruoijil. Some significance is s-ccn m .lie t mihius of Inmor jjivon to the American Ainbif-iinilor mul Mrs. Kicdcnc I'e.il'elil nl the coronation of Kmpcror Clmrlc.i as Kinp; of IIuni;aiy nt lludae-t, on account of Austria HuiiKiiry's known desire to preserve lrienilly relations with tho United States. Mrs. Pcnllcld wns seated nearest to Queen Zitn and the Am bassador wns placed tihead of other neutral envoys. SMALL GREEK STEAMSHIP SUNK 1JY SUBMARINE nUKKT, Kium-c, .1.111. ;. Tin (iicik ui-inishli Siiiplm, -iust Ions. 1ms bouii Mink by n .submarine. Nino hk-iuIh-ik of tin- envv have been landed. The others uro iniH.sInt!. EKJIIT-HOUR LAAV SITUATION PUT UP TO TRAINMEN C'l.KV'KI.AND. .Ian. ;. - In a penled message ilHpatilici tuduy to tbo local elmlr incu uf the 151-r Kotir KailiM.ui lii'iithcrhotilH tbo chiefs or the oritunliuttions placed Hie eiBlil-hour-dny sltiiatlon uipittiei) up tn tho 40U.000 Picmbors. Tho tenor of tho messufie vvai rfiilil tu be Himiliir to elrvulnrs went to tho men in September and October. 'HUE HOUSES BOOST PRICES 5 TO 20 PER CENT SliW YDltK. Jan. ; -Tbo I'lillcd Suites itubl er Company has ordered nn advance In tiro prlcon elfoctivu nt imct'. Tlie .idvuiiet nvcruKcs llfteon per cont for casinu.H and ton ier cent for tubei. H. !'. ('umlricli Compuny has advanced tliu prlco of tiros. Tlio lulvancc irti.'-tc.i from ." por cent up tu Hftren per cent, but applies only to cases. No advance in tulit-s will bo ordered. Kelly-Sprim-llcld Tiro Compuny will order un iidvunce of about twenty per cent in the price of tires within the next tvvo or three days. The advance will become effective us soon (is announced. 000,000 NEW HALF-DOLLAR COINS, ISSUED Approximately (100,000 of tliu new Issue of liulf dollars woro put iu circulation In Philadelphia and vicinity today by Superintendent of the Jtlnt Joyeo followius orders from Wastilnalon. The coin Is simpler In desinn than the old, Tlioro Is n full llsure of I.llxrty on one side und an euKle on the miter. Orders for tho release of the now quarters are expected shortly. The ileltty in Issuing Iho coins was duo to tlu discovery otter the first mlntlm; Uwt one side of the design projectod over tho lim. This prevented staekin-r. RUBBER FOOTWEAR UP 10 PER CENT NKW YOUK, Jnn i -The I'ultel .Stutcs Itut.ber Compuny lias advanced prices of foqtvvear alsiut H ir eeni.ciTectivij nt once. This is an advance of ntno teon per cent over the prices luevuillnK a ear no. ONLY CONCOURSE LAKE OPEN TO PARK SKATERS Tm rising temsruture -au."ca ihe tutk tiuanls to warn staters off all of tho Paris lakes except Concoure, vvin-io the ice is said to be of unusual thickness, due to tho shallow water in this lube. CRUDE QIL PRICES ADVANCED I'lN'tfLAY. IK Jan. 3. Another advance of ten tnts u barrel was mndo toany by the Ohio tlU C'eoipany in price for the futlowlne tirades nf ermle oil: ffortli Lima und South I4ma to f 1 ; Indiana to Jl.53; Wooster to ?t.90 nml Illinois und t-rlncoUut to ll.TS. AIiLBS REPLY ON PEACE SENDS STOCKS UP NKW yuK. Juu S The stevk Jtiarket opeued with an upward bound today. Wall strtet rcnisterluB belusf that tho cause uf i'ea.ce liua been set tack by the Allies' reply to Germany's peaue proposal, first sates snowed tains of two to live points In sicul4tlve leaders. Tbe- rebound was felt In. ti railioad group, though pot m strongly. 'War stock" tuul stooks of companies which ltiolt Indirectly tliroupli continuatIo of tlte war felt the upward drive most and responded with wide advances , T , MILLIMAN TO MAKE SECOND ATTEMPT TO FLY T C llillman. vvbo accouipanuU seveit otlur blrdiuen from me army training post at MliieoLa. I. I , lu 4 IliKlit to this cHy last week, and who was left behind because of a balky motor when tbe let urn Journ. uas started Sunday, wilt make another attempt today to flyr iioim . His efforts esurday were unavailing. ini" tn tup F'i nur I.rnorn CoMMSt NEWS HUNGARIAN COURT PRICE ONE CENT WAR TO LAST DROP OF BLOOD, TEUTONS CRY Peace Hopes Blasted, Ger mans Call for Fight to Finish MAY IGNORE FOES' REPLY Hiiidenbtirg's Sword Will Bring Settlement, Ilci-lifi Press Says Ily CAW. W. ACKERMAN HKItl.IN', Jnn 2. Herlln'n peace bopen are dispersed. Now It la war In the last oil tiro of human blood. 11 .Miles' nolo Is not deserving of n vvrlt ten ejftlndcr Summed up, that Is the opinion nf tbe Ilerlln press and It typifies the opinion of the man In the street. There Is nppatcntly a unanimous de rlxlnn tbnt Ocrmnny's only nnswer to tho Allies' rejection of peace must be by force of arms, under Jllndenburg's leadership. I'rlvntely, the rdltorn of Ilerlln licvvs pniicrs arc oven bitterer In their denuncia tion of the llnlPiite'H course than their printed stalcments. On Now Year's night thpy vvero nil nt their desks writing cdl torlalu One of these editorial writers the man writing tho leader for tbe I.0I111I Atuolgcr, wns asked what (Icrmnny would do "Hold out." he Unshed bark. "It la In sanity for I'urope to bleed to death, but thn Allies rcfttso peace. Only 0110 reply ran cotno and that from our armies. Let Hlndenburg answer!" The Herman public lead the full text of the nolo on Tuesdav Tho dissipation oT tho three weeks' pence hopes, thcrcforo, did not occur until after celebration of New Year. Tills year's celebration vva3 ovciy lilt iir gay as last year. American Ambassador (ieraril has not yet iccelvcd the olllclal lent of tbo reply lor tiansmlsslou to the Herman e'oio'ign. Olllce. Today's newspaper editorials reflected ito bitterness of the writers. Tho I.oltnl Aiixelger says: Nono ought to be surprised nt tho action of the i:mcntc nations in reject ing pence proposals, but Jt Is surpris ing that ten men should have signed such a document, without any founda tion, n frivolous. I.vhig document con stituting the last kernel of untruth It may bo tho people of.l'eitnHii-vvill lead hope of peace between the Ilnss. lion ever, we consider It the sharpest refusal. Il Is pnpoislblo for the en tente to say plain, , that peacu Is uot wanted and nrgotlnlinni nie not de sited and this without laying any weight upon nor know big our condi tions. We now etui ..ee that tho world 13 full of dpvils. I.tt every "one in Cler many do their utmobt so that they will not succeed. Hcrnhard, In the Yosslrche Zcltung, declined today: After thlft Insiilllrg refusal there Is only one ntiswei energetic fighting " until our cold Kiel forces tbe enemies' fevciish temperature down to normal The editorial continued In an nigument rebutting the Allies' claims, particularly contending that Belgium hud broken neu trality because that nation was a willing tool of t'nglund and concluded with a sharp attack 011 the Allies' ambitions witll regard to Constantinople ALLIES MAY NAME PEACE TERMS IN REPLY TO tf, S. LONDON. Jan. :. There was Increasing belief today that In the leply to President Wilson's note tho, Allies have the opportunity, after Qerv innni's indefinite peute pioRer and reply to America, to put Potsdam at a dlsadvant-v ugo. The Allies' answer prebably another Iden tical note of the same character us that to llermany will also be Issued from Paris. .I'ngland and France. It was said, linvo n. ready ugreed on u Jojnt draft, which U row beforo the other nations of tho Kntente, On their approval the note will be banded to American Ambassador Sharp. A course of plain speaking und a clear statement of the terms on which the Allies would consider peace negotiations is what the British press hopes (he note will indi cate. Hngland is convinced that the Allies' star vation blockade of Cermany and Uer many's upprclicnsiveness of defeat on the west front next spring, combined to In spire rierlln to sue for peace It Is pointed out that the unuillctal list of concessions which Teuton diplomats In neutral countries have suggested the Identical chaiacter ot those suggestions indicating their origin t Berlin waived much that Uernuny would have demanded a year ago In the joint reply to America Hie Allies will probably subscribe to Jtussla's fiank Ambition to oust Turkey fronx Kurope and obtain the Dardanelles us beh collateral with the Italian ambitions as to Tyrol and IstrU and the French amb.tions as to tbj "lost provinces' ot Alsace and loirralna. There hi reason to liebeve these hopes of Csiitluued e l'a? 1'our. C'uliuun Three Cars Hull n Tribute to Nhltridfe NIW YOUK. Jan : Fioui Iu 'i 1U U4 u. in. today every street car 011 the Third Kvemitf system halted us a t ibuto to the bite Frederick W. Wh'tridge, presUUnt uf the ooniiwuy, vvbo died Saturday. VmrHl services wer tbsn in progvAt in Oruiuu Cbapel. A smsclal train took the fuiutrat lrty to SteckMWtfe, Mas, where iuter nient as tu (Alt place Founder of Hepublican Iart Dead ltltHl.N. Wis, Js.11 .'A A Loir eighty-seven, oni suiviviny tuetober of 104 group of men present at the birth of tit Uep&Ucan party, died here toduy. 'flu U O. Ft was foroasd tutre iu lio k I iff Jl il r . ii J 1' : 1 i k tlit ., 4&ai ..aa.