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Syracuse Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1917, Syracuse, New York T THE WEATHER y and Fair colder probably mow HERAL HraU Advance Agent of the PRICE TWO CENTS VOL YM TUESDAY JANUARY 1017 SIXTEEN PAGES ON SALE EVERYWHERE IN SYRACUSE AT OR BEFORE 5 K M ii Appetite of Spectators for Sensations Unwhetted Girl's Heart Stops But She Is Now Recovering JHH daughter of a in on the road to recovery after liur hail stopped during an operation and life had been The child collapsed while under nn nnd heart had Milled by methods of ing nnd drowning Tho heart was for doubtful period of thirty-five Ur K announced thut would live J UUK 3 ENGLAND DEFERS ARMING ERCHANT SHIPS UNTIL U.S ANDS HAVE BEEN Resolutions Introduced Substitute for Pre- vious Ones Shell Factory at England CUMMINS MAKES SPEECH DENIES ALLEGATIONS 3 New York Financier Declares He Never Received From Von Tells of Half Million Profits I J Declares Wilson's Course in Joining League of Nations Would Involve U S in Almost Constant World War New York Ian as Sherman L counsel for tho brought Mie name of von into his examination of the official's Archibald S the New York suddenly closed his direct in- of White to-day after obtaining denials from him that he had received advance tion from any Herman official re- any of the peace f Delegates From All Over the Country Are in Attendance TO SPREAD MOVEMENT Illinois n v it to bn of tho that praco noto not or limitation of nor propose military by tlir In M that thi cm table Another resolution Senator of North wl ami la mi with thf to of war it was to with for Intimate With established tho between White ami the f I Organization Would Turn Clocks For- without or the fur tlie joining ward One Hour on Last Sunday in tribunal to enforce No Abolishment Proposed Yin designed a iur the i mid the advice of Washington and j foreign alii I- the of Of of V not pro April and Turn Them Back on Last Sunday in September York Jan Daylight Saving convention of thr one limitation Monroe nf jn its and forward after on tho or Sunday of April nnd turn them n Ihr of XV to here to-day to a meeting with Von proposition lo turn to-day an expectant audience to the hearing room Then with rumors of flying fast than half a dozen questions and turned him over to committee for examination Reading first from testimony taken bv the committee In bronchi out that of the German proposals and President were known In H Announcement in the Time Causes Sensation in Country HASTE IS BEING URGED People Demand Speedy Action to Com- bat U-Boat Menace Be Ships Are Armed Britain Can Fight Germany on Four to One Basis BULLETIN operations on a tremendous scale throughout the world may be ex- at any while lin and Washington are carrying on negotiations for agreement ou the armed merchantman This became known in Teutonic circles here this afternoon to any part of the nor it after on the last Sunday the army or navy of September I or any or naval j Here the King cf England is se sn inspecting the manufacture of clusters at the top jre shells fastened upon carriers which move thousands sf shells the factory each day thus expediting the output Delegates from nil over the country of United to any for were including ten from the American Railway I before nnd if Knr advance Information about them through mich Whits an- negatively Carried No Official you had any accounts In persons In official life were In- White j Representative Campbell then tried j to Ret to admit that he had Joined with In stock market on top-heavy condition of the market and the of peace to asked the market was and that suggestion of start down and Jt a Rood time to pet all friends Into a MM White tried to learn territory except when the peace of the tht tun for train Jime U the the movement are the York Daylight Saving that whlla Senate could dcr convention with the specific 3 Sweet Dreams of f ri I Embryo Actresses of Commons It should Rochester nf New York and the More Daylight club of Detroit as to results anticipated and experienced Marcus M of the borough of with other worM powers In the and physical of States toward other world bO by Arrest V I Sought Recruits and Himself S 5 Ms e hut nys that Tr is to that Great Britain for will not arm merchant and aft as a Norman Defers to America decision it un- in lo the- foreign time to on further with States un thn J J exceedingly heavy toll of jard neutral Cummins Makes Attack tan chairman of the- New Tork daylight ravine thff economy through duction of lighting bills the would Involve through the of lens artificial world war or constant tho authority of world the President that he stood Wagon Trains With hold Strung Out for Miles Special to The St Jan of V many who aspired to become F were Tered arrest here of who to lie a theatrical man Mrs Sanger Says She Was Victim of Bia Family of even greater before it unt Ion has aroused announcement In the t of n on orn to the cooler nnd one the present war Senator what While at their In New York at or prior to time the penco hour in hot lo noon An extra hour is the way for j which he has Would Make It Mr Murks the tion nf a national the Kingdom sTv steps to put an erM for with nf food N are Will Get Sanction of is thai thf s tin ships with will council in It be of o committee with and representing each part of the Its purpose to br the general education EARTHQUAKE MOST SEVERE IN of and of trade in virtually city in America have the sub- ject careful according to of the Chamber and of the on clay light of the chambers of commerce meftlng of the In burg last December an exhaustive vey was prepared and that a report at the annual meeting of was a big factor in the stock Of In daylight and market All While would nay was of legislation to make It they talked In terms nation the war and economic denied he hud advance information on the arrival of the you think ought to br on Page 30 TONS MERCHANDISE OVERBOARD i Part of Cargo of Dutch Steamer E Thrown Into Soa by Germans New Tork Ian tona nf merchandise consisting of Holland gin nnd Dutch part of a on the Dutch ran us were thrown Into the SCR by of a German com- mander when ship held by R December four miles off Point on j according to officers of Special to The Herald man Nety Vork Jan Kl Tex Jan Tor a the charge Sancer control ami his are expressed no triumph over the In the district St newspapers asking for temporary of punish who aje leaving between of U nnd IS who her for Mrs to from to prima donnas to that was takes in and The His msil was re- to to prison in of her will the evacuation Is lief with for the- matter is along tint of and who arr carry a of aome the thrill a taking the of tho In I of Special of thS double said fleeing in to the Leslie the and of merchant to minimize the ThrOW that will follow the the girls to the prosecution until to t The danger zone In of American nre also to bring a proof that North has hern extended with ing all their suit 1 are alone the- for many Jan most Some of troops He's room Also a number of I Seismographs and also to bring a proof that danger's control srn wnn suit He upon conducted for submarine nets pow thc Scores of were found In Mrs Byrne Strong to her f shocks recorded Columbus on Sunday Tne In with the isl jn condition ing the pant two Of forces Is to ou think I shapely of flt lakes town night nnd early thla morning tremors began at o'clock last night and She to partake In he at Palawan lakes of the honlen on day o until almost Kl WAS quiet has in and morning severity of tho national next Thursday told the convention on and he had to have occurred at a point in mMM from WM In attempts were made by Mexicans Georgia rush across the International severe were Hie shocks when they reached their maximum Intensity the Ibr Of of the saving plan win mil at Georgetown tnp verity were thrown per annum with Increment increase reported they bad the situation In REFUSES TO EXPLAIN STATEMENT needs ww on thn vertical at night not die away until Senator Says President's Second Ap OFFICIAL IS ARRESTED Prance Before Senate Will on arrival to-day ThV wan on her way from to nid when the submarine appeared An officer aboard and examined the manifests lift passed that to 1 mind would be of no to tho Imt a sharp linn on the Kin and declaring thorn ordered overboard Thn by bourn while the were be- carried INVESTIGATE FIRE T Hartford Authorities Suspect That It Was Caused by Hartford day are a fire which through the shopping district hero laat night and early to-day and which amount to nearly v of ft terUi 0 4 DOZEN PERSONS HURT IN SCHENECTADY CRASH One Woman Has Leg Cut Off When Car Runs Down Hill Into Buildings this morn Thn were at L J Cleveland Jan Karth were on the observatory woman was faulty and twelve others hurt here to-day when n of thn Railway pany slid down H steep hill on woy Jumped the track and crashed a number of back oi Ihc Toomey hotel Utlen Dyck Jumped from Ihr car fell beneath wheels One of her ICM cut off Just above the and the other badly crushed The hud stopped nt the corner bell streets failed lo work nfid the trolley slid backward down to rmer where U left U F t New In opens at Truar hotel Harrison Bull A Home All new equip rival night Starting at P M they reached their maximum tind ended at P M Tho Hev Father In charge of the the Uon of the at a of be- tween -7.000 and ORDERED POST IN MEXICO Ambassador's Instructions Are Now In Hands of the State Department P Fletcher American 11 at baa been ordered to his post In U learned The to American diplomat ar enow In the or State department The the hat not already for hU i have nut Henri Accused cl Swindling Bank of Montreal of to The Herild o a former official of of Quebec to-day Ij a cell from Montreal to con Would as Cruisers representations Washington on food voluntarily but no ship question Is nn a nr t n i i to inr HUM i to the sra 1 letters show nourishment a tube armed and aft meeting here last nicht ronip under the class of auxiliary sympathy for the made thit aid condensed the of warfare on Mrs Mrs to-day why waited ready her under- birth control numbers arA one of eleven she high as SOO most of them mother I WHS submarine to operate because she hud had too many children i from their IMS and had worked herself to death I a nurse to help support the family came to the conclusion the Opposed to this at- on Column Be Last Jan Dealest Rood I ilo to help nothing to fewer children day to his declarations of night Tariff r the brought up in want cap and don it no I went club at its dav ine birth clinics LD MAKE PROVE CITIZENSHIP Wilson Expresses be notice that should appear In camp to Senate peace did recently to deliver would result r President Wilson come there mil a of Bank of Montreal of arrest on n charge of of his INCREASE MILK PRICES COMMENCING Ilm Identity In his enda a search for him which last October In will I rhall not other join in the debate them to do secretary of a commission In Quebec He Is of obtaining money from the on 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