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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - February 13, 1923, Oakland, California                                3 v Oakland mncl and Wednesday generally moderate variable winds. RAINFALL. fTVi (By Chgbot Last S4 hours...............OS Season to date.............J8.SS Jforrnal 10 date............ 15.85 Last year to 14.64 llUUIIf hucrnattomt VOLUME XCVin-FiVE CENTS-SUNDAY TEN CENTS OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1923 B Copyright. 1923 by TIUBINE Publishing Co. 36 PAGES NO. ii n nrnniTci Aiameda Girl Auto Victim MISS GRACE CUYLER, prominent Aiameda and Eastbay society injured in an auto accident at Richmond, Virginia. WlflliHSliltN Compromise Proposal of the Third Year of Southern Branch of College Favored by Mortimer Fleishhacker 'Conference Takes Up the Various Plans for Increas- ing .Curriculum of School; Officials Are Entertained (Special to.The TRIBUNE) LOS ANGELES, Feb.' Board of Regents of the University of California, at a meeting began' today, will decide whether third and work shall be added to the curriculum of' the Southern Branch of the University Of California here. The northern members of ths board arrived this morning on the Owl, and another meeting "will be held at Z p m. at Southern Branch. .This be the first time that the en- tire board of regents has ever met here. _ The regents, with President Bar- rows and President-elect Campb'ell, bo of the'alumni of the institution at a dinner .at the Hotel Ambassador this evening.: They will have luncheon at the California club at noon. I At present the Southern Branch gives a four-year curriculum only in the teachers' courses, and those academic degrees'.must finish at Berkeley. Under the new plan Southern Branch would con- tinue to be part at the University of California. President. Barrows has' expressed himself as opposed to separation. Southern Branch, formerly a normal school, was taken over by the state in 1919, and at present has an enrollment of SOOO. Addition ot a third year to the curriculum of the Southern Branch of tKe .university of California, a compromise, between the present- two-year course and the -fait fouiy year academic course -which -has been proposed, is favored by Mor- timer Fleishhacker, one of the most prominent members of the board of regents, Fleishhacker clared. last-night as be was leaving 'oh. the.Qwl for Los Angeles. "Eventually I believe the southern part of the'state' Will be entitled to an institution giving a complete university course of four years in all branches." said. "But that time has not arrived. Under present conditions I believe it is of the question'. SEPARATION HKLT> TO MEAN WASTE, v Establishment of a separate uni- versity in the south, involves not. "zherely a question ot money, but of many other things. It would mean duplication of extensive sci- entific of libraries, of organization. These are things that should be allowed to grow up gradually as they, are needed. I believe it would be a terrible -waste to install them bortily now> GIRL BRIDE diiip diii Sidetracked for BritishBebtBi President Agrees to Putting Aside Temporarily Mer- chant Marine Aid Act. ini rum im By WAL KoUTCHIXSON, International News Service Staff Correspondent. Feb. For the second time within a -week, Robert Dean, Salesman. One of Trio That Robbed State _, e r T T i 'r> i Ineater bate, IS ideilUtied President Harding today entered Snrvn After His Arrest Senatorial fight for enactment soon Alter ms Arrest of the 6hip subsidy bill to renew his appeal for a de- cisive vote. Former Detective Agency Employee Asserts Scares Raised to Increase Income of the Various Companies Conspiracy to "Frame" Cases Against T. W. Others; Story Denied by Former Employers As Tissue Lies CHICAGO, Feb. IS (By Inter- national News let- ter threatening to blow up tho Woohvorth building- in New York of a.woman, and the capture of tho'sole view of determining whether remaining: leader the bill can be enacted into "law, wnitcn on mstiuc Tells Young Woman About, Sinnmonlng Senators Lodge> Re. Inert, Divides money and. publican, and Wat- Marri'ps Secftnrl Min 'son- Kepublican, Indiana, to a con- marries ner, Man, fcrence at the Whito Houa0i the Caught With Some Loot (President repeated the appeal for a decision which he personally de- it r livered to Congress in his message Two men, self-confessed mem- weej. bers of the trio that recently blew The told tho Senate the safe of the State theater, are ]eaders to "wage a smashing fight" under arrest today through the aid in behalf ot the measure with the of the expected soon. I The President agreed to sidetrack Robert Dean, 2S years a the subsidy bill temporarily while and his bride of a few the British debt agreement is being days who police say is the woman ratified in the Senate. He urged who brought about the capture, j Republican leaders to keep the debt j were arrested in a San Francisco; agreement continuously before the j :apartment house early today by Senate until it was passed, and to Police Inspectors B. A. Wallman I Pernlit and William Kyle, and brought to tervene- Oakland, where Dean was posltive- i Iy identified by two of the robbers' i victims. Later otner legislation to in- tions from Alien O. Meyers, a Burns detective Agency- depart- mental manager, Albert .1, Balu- noxv testified tof'iay in a deposi- tion to be used in the defense of 23 alleged Michigan "reds." Meyers hoped thus to obtain large sums from bankers for protection against mythical plot- ters, the witness added. Balnnow snid lie wrote the let- ter to the New York office of the Thlel detective njteney and mull- ed It to tins Xcw York City post- muster from a Hudson terminal. The debt agreement was called up today by Senator Smoot (Rep.) i of Utah. Leaders on both sides in- j dicated It would be ratified in two a posse of local and San or th Conslaeration of the I Francisco pobep detectives, led bv c j Wallman. arrested at the Mint j President" wants sTsmashing I By CnA> hotel, San Francisco, Joseph Neff, I fight staged in behalf of the -United Vress who admitted that he was a said Senator Watson. "He wants a j CHICAGO, member of the band which blew; showdown on the subsidy, but he the safe of the iocal playhouse. In wants more vigorous efforts adopt- a trunk in his room was found a i ed so Its opponents will know they Agencies to extort money from pistol and a paper'money wrapper J have been in a fight. The President j husjnesg men investigation of By CHARLES R. LYNCH. Staff CorriTsjwndcnt. Feb. the veil from an alleged gigantic conspiracy of private detective Munich: Dpctolr, Now at U. C. Checking lip Details of JEinstein Theory. BERKEtET, Feb. The scientific world is on the verge of with regard to the has approved the plan to call Albert J. Bailln the bill In the Senate and the sub- tofl of Ul0-probe lnto the sidy will be laid aside only tempo- bomb esploslon of the rarily." Aiameda Society Favorite Is Victim of Auto Accident, Companion Killed. BY ASSOCHTED 5HT-SS. LEASED WTRE TO TEIBT7NE. RICHMOND, Va., Feb.' jamin Rucker of this, city was taken from the theater. BRIDE RESPONSIBLE FOR ROBBER'S CAPTURE. In the city prison here, with her husband. Mrs. Allyce Dean is being held until the third member, of the cracksmen trio is apprehended. Ac- cording to Wallman, it was the I girl, who became infatuated with Dean, who was responsible for the capture of the two robbers, Mrs. Dean Is said by Wallman to have threatened to expose the gang un- less Dean married her, and before the ceremony pecurred 'last Satur- j _ TT _ day to .have given details''of their Seventy Per Cent at U. C. tit whereabouts to a man in Oakland j Qnly for pjcfc or Skillet who notified Night Captain of In- T i. c c specters WiHiarri'Kyle. The name j Jobs, bays Frotessor, of this man is being withheld by the '-p.61ice.'_______ "When'Neff Was taken Into cue-' thousand of the students at, t tody today by officers which in-' the University of Cnllfornln should I EallJn told of the battle between autumn 1920. Testifying for depositions to be used at the trial of Z. Fester, arrested in a raid on Com- munists at Bridgeman, Mich., Bailin, a former investigator for private detective agencies, claimed; representative of the Burns Detective Agency hai. offered to furnish him with a bomb which he was to have thrown at some high .official. J. Cooney. at. official of Thiel Detective Agency, suggested that have a bomb thrown in the New- York Jlnancia.1 dlSHct. "or at Morgan." BATTM3 OF TWO BERKELEY AGEJfcffis. of electrons, and hence' killed and Miss Grace Cuyler of .the properties of-matter, of the J New York was seriously injured j eluded local detectives, Joseph be attached to the handle of a pick greatest importance, in the opinion' last night in an .automobile accl- of Dr. Arnold Sommerfield, pro- fessor of physics At the Univer- sity of arrived condition of Miss Cuyler was dent near the Virginia Country club. Two others escaped unln-, jured. Robinson, William Marshall and Captain Kyle, he .had in his Bosses-i Montgomery, as- ithe financial of the probe. sion in cash. He decjarfed that stetant Professor of English -and a Wtter Vhlch ho day. at Berkeley for' a two-weeks i reported as "favorable." She is j by members of the gang. series of lectures. During these lectures Dr. Sommerfield is ex- h1 _ i rie i UM.U u. jTjiLui DU-IVA e had been cheated out of his assistant dean of tho summer ses- ]md received from Cooney. in rightful share of the Bdbb'ery's pro- sion at the'UnlveraKy of California, 'which ,t was euggested that Bailln pected to divulge recent deductions b. has been able t an Intimation of which he ad- varicteA today. The days when atoms and mole- cnles frere the wonders of science have passed. The electron is to- day's marvel. "Within the molecule the atoms -and within the atom "By adding a third year to the j the electrons make up the sub- present two-yeaj- course at the-'rstances of which the universe is Ko'ithprn Wft "WiiliTfl. T bp- 'Southern Branch, -sve -would, I be lieve, accomplish all that is neces- sary under present. circumstances. And it svould not afld greatly to constirated. What-; these electrons are and, particularly how they move, are the subjects of investi- t0day the state appropriations needed for university maintenance and- opera- I." orld orer- scientists the theory tlan. As conditions is. one explanation; ter libraries and laboratories and -'s valid and strv-ceablo, v-.7 fering from a broken 'oack., but at- j tending physicia.ns said her spinal cord' was not hurt and that she would recover. Coroner J. W. Hitfield announced that he would conduct an investi- gation as as Miss Cuyler's condition permitted. NEW TORK, Feb. Grace Barton Cuyler, who was se- riously hurt in an autmobfle ac- cident -near Richmond, Va., last night Is the daughter of Mrs. Bar- ton Cuyler of New York and Aia- meda, California, and was one of the n.ost popular society debu- tantes of the 1921 season. TO BE BROUGHT HERES. He .will be brought to Oakland hurls this statement broadcast jn touch with "some Jews in day. 'Philadelphia or Germans in New That 70 per cent of the men and ,york with whom you (Bailln) are women "who are taking up and Investigate tholr connection with the bomb plot. Bailin declared that he knew theater by the libbers while they accepted thing to do and because nothing of the organizations biew the safe, will view him for their parents have money enough Cooney mentioned and that he be- identificatlon. to support them is Professor Mont- jlleved they, were suggested in or- The arrest of Dean, who has al- gomery's accusation. lder to shlft btamo from ready confessed his part in th'ej immediately where the three men time of professors" are attending who jkere kept prisoners in thft college merely because it is the student? are out for a-j theories that Burns had advanced robbery, and has been identified! good time and their education is to unknown partis, by'two of. the three victims who! merely the pro-j B'llin would have ALAMEDA, Feb. were held prisoners in an ante room of the theater, was brought about by his wife, police investi- gation diiclosed today. The part played by the girl, who married last Saturday, occurred be- lessor, who'offers as proof of tho a" 'tunlty to take control of the invcs- statcments that of time are spent preparing tor class dances and other social func- tions and when students should be i IC.vl for the probe. At the tiitit he received the Iftt- devoting that time to studying. S119 g WB otner essentials of- a raodorn uni- (ContJmifid on Page 1) Heavy Loss Caused By Storm in Nevada ASSOCIATED PRFSS. T.TASHD WIBE TO. X5U37XZ. RENO, Feb. IS. ;Dr.- Sommerfleld and others are seeking to determine. Helium, one of the gaseous ele- ments, first discovered in the sun and then on earth, is the substance with -which Dr. SommerfieId Is now at work. It is atoms of helium, charged ,-with 4 positive electricity, physicists that are thrown off bv Grace Cuyler is the jranddaugh- 11 lnspectors Kyle aftd WaUnian. ter of Mrs. William H- Barton of Centra: avenue. She has visited here on numerous occa-. slons, at one time residing here for several months. She is well known in Eastbay social circles, where she has been much enter- tained. French Marine Chief think of wasting so much time on Now, following1 her marriage T'-o'iM her husband's subsequent ar- j get- tjiejr jun relaxation in a the bride, who was Miss, simple manner. If the standards Allyce G.. Walters, is broken heart-j of the university were raised BO ed, and made a clean breast of her high that only by hard work could Bailin action in hope of winning Immunity a student obtain his degree 50 per 1 J.-Burnn to have him ar- iter Bailln was also in the employ i of the Burns agency. i The Thiel acnricy rosy dinlncl nl! j charts made by Bailin and de. dared the man had never worked them. "All of his testimony Is a tissue of tho statement declares. for her husband. I cent of these parasites would drop The young woman is In no way I out. and the other half would implicated in the. robbery, accord- ing to the police, and probably will be released as scon aa .o other rested for lying if what he said was untrue. Bailln read letters from many sources Jn which he was declared to he'tho greatest expert on radical was done, it is estimated, irr Car- son'City and the adloining towns of Minden and Gardrie'rville 'yes- terday by a stonn. Telephone and telegraph trires Tere put' out of bnshiess and towns were in darkness to a gaie that swept through the two valleys.. The capitol building had many windows blown in, schools at Carson City and Minden were' Unroofed and the fronts of some 'small buildings were blown -in. She damage at Minden and Gard- the hay and grain crops had been gathered in a ware-' house thta, wa? blbwti down and the iay blown far and Seven barns, were 'blown down' and there was Ibss among cattle. v Co-ed Thrown Auto and BERKELEY, Feb. VVhen thf car on which she .was ridinf on took a .curve too Miss' 'Garlsbn; ooramer- field's experiments have to do with the manner in which helium eltict- ro.ns move. The importance of .this, Dr.. Sonunerfield cspiajns, liea in the that the nrormrtipf! of heiiiirri electrons and their movements are the properties of electrons in ail elements. -When1 he 'has discovered tliese he .will have explained- the make-up of aU physical bodies. ARE PRAISED. ..CaU'ornla, says Dr. Bommer- fleld, can congratulated, for the grea'taess'- of 'the'r jrien of ''science associated with university. He pays particular tribute to Dr. E. D. of ihe physics departnient; arid Dn G. K. dean of. college' of chemistry, both of, whonf, declared, are recognized, .as .world .leaders in their 'V feel particularly happy to-.be- here to with sach eminent raen. as 'those boasted by- the of California, and was thrown to BY ASSOCIATED PEFE5. TZIBUTSTE. PARIS. Feb. 13. The ministry of marine is at work on a twenty- year naval program, which provides for ship tn construction t: Matin totaling tfrday. This figure will include 65.000] TOLD'GLkli HK WANTED TO DIVIDE MONEY. According to the story given out today, Kyle; who 'is night captain of inspectors, last night received word from a police informant that I the ;three State Theater sate roo- bers were in San Francisco. The '.Snff.rrT.a-nt whrmp naire DOlice are irom Wasningion. nuner, it was Z about M wil, be to' work In buckle down to work." New Dry Chief May SUCCeed Kutter i "if Burns, wants. I can bring SAN FRANCrSCO. Feb. o? witnesses to support ports that F. E. Stewart, at present- guperinte-ident of the State Belt Line Railroad in San Francisco soon will succeed Prohibition Director tiamusi to. iiulter weie rfccfeiveu here today- In private telegrams from Washington. Rutter, It was .ICD-JL-. ui ixuiir Spells Disaster, Bonar Law Says "I Do Not See" Any Bright 'British Pre- mier Tells Commons.. LONDON, Feb. the United Sccre- tary Lord Curzon, in the House of Lords, predicted this evening that the French' adventure !n the "Ruhr would end disastrously for France as well as for Germany. The foreign minister declared all Europe was -Imperilled by tho occupation and its potentialities. LOXDOX, In- ternational News bor members of the House of Commons this Afternoon moved jui amendment to King George's speeds ticmniidlng British Inter- vention In the Ruhr and revision of the Versailles treaty. By ".In- tervention" was'meant nil at- tempt to reconcile the French and Germans. nnin Troops Will Run Trains With German Hostages Aboard; Arrests Follow Seizure of Two Cities by the Belgians'" Invaders Clamp Marks' Fine on Rbineland Town As Violence Residents Are Bayonetted sny testimony." nallln Bailln testlf'le-1 regarding'a letter he had written to the postmaster at j New York threatening to blow up ft with' unusual tfr WHF tons jn airplane depot ships. No battleships will be built during the' first eight years, but the program provides for the' construction of sis crjiisers, 36 destroyers; or tor- pedo boats and 3-4 submarines. Count D'Aleria Is Movie Organist BY ASSOCIATED ?HESS, -LEASED WiEE TO TETSTJRE. ST. LOUIS, Feb. Harold Adrian D'Aleria, who says he is a Spanish count, 'and who re-> cently was divorced at Los Angeles by the widow ol George S. Nixon., United States- senator from Ne- vada, ia organist In a local moving; picture D'Aleria today ad- ago he met the Walters girl, who was living in an apartment on the southeast corner ot Sixteenth and Grove streets. Some timft ago Dean went to the same apartment; where he for- merly lived, to rent a room, but was refused' by the landlady who gave the reason that be still her rent, While: in the lobby of the building Dean met Miss Walters. connection with enforcement of anti-narcotic laws. was instigated by the Thiel aifency. He sent a copy of tho letter to William Flynn. he fiald. at that time head of the department of justice. Flynn sent a copy of the letter back Both Rutter and Stewart ex- j to the Burns agency In New York pressed doubt as to the authenticity ot ihe report. Student Held For Watchman's Death -.LEXINGTON. Ky. Feb. Warren Mfddleton. of Paducah, Ky., .v. HUB ta freshman at the University, H8 said he would like charged with tha murder in meet her. .that had ptent> of j with tne glaylnf of Jo_ and asked her to go to N.'Self, night watchman at Francisco. About a week ago Dean; was' said today to met the girl to .a San even chance" to recpyer cle-niittedhJs Identify to a reporter for Post-Despatch. He is etssployed at. -on the ,Hifi mott importiint-and j i VITAL STATISTICS Birth and told -her that he was f ron> two bullet wounds received' in of the men-who safe an exchange of shotson the -theater. He de- satardky night Miw Glover ciarisd that, to divide the man, a; the, only money her. but t'h'is was'news to the hv arrival of the two! ;_- other Blowers f whom the (Jtj3tt fratlCe Later Dean and, the. to his apartment, and the witness was arrested, the PLOT TO TRAP RKI> L1SADER TOLD. Resuming his testimony in the taking Qt depogitlons for the trial of trapped at Bridgeman. Mich., last summer. Bailln, a for- mer investigator for the Tnfpl and Burns detective agencies, said those concerns had attempted to "frame" William Z. Foster, Com- munist leader. Foster was arrested at Bridgrman.' "The detective agencies wanted ti? get Foster more than any other Bailln "la ,1520, 'oa Allen O, _Myers, lead of the radical t of Wie agenuyt; J. lu By DAVID M. CHURCH, International News Sen-ice Staff Correspondent. LONDON, Feb. 13. "Invasion of the Ruhr (by France and'Bel- gium) has proven dangerous and disastrous to declared Premier A. Bonar Law in an ad- dress to tho hew session of the House of Commons this afternoon. Premier Bonar Lnw continued: 'The Ruhr is the Jugular voin of European industry. France has harmed hersalf mnre The end is not yet. I do not See any bright prospects. "We still have troops upon, the Rhine. I do not know how long wo can keep them there. SEIZS NO PROSPECTS OF INTERVENTION NOW, "I do not think that interven- tion in the Ruhr by the League of Nations would be useful. I hope British Intervention will bo pos- Hible soon, but I do not see any prospects for success now." "Great Britain does not want war, but if war Is irrevocable It will have to take declared the pre- mier, referring to the Near East fiituatlon. "I hope that Angora (ths Turkish government) will recon- sider and sign the Near East treaty. I do not think there ia danger of war." The opening gun In British labor's attack against French seizure of'the Ruhr was firsdi -flic House of Commons this after- noon by Ramsey MaeDono leuiler of the opposition, Mttc- Donald denouncer! Franco's Inva- sion of the Ruhr as "imperialistic" and warned 'hat war clouds are gathering; "n only over the Ruhr but over the Near East aa well." LONDON, Feb. the Associated Ruhr question was fitressad by King George today in his address from the throne, opening tho second ses- sion of the fourth Parliament of his reign. He declared that although the British government-was unablo to concur or participate In the Ruhr operations, It was acting in such a way as not to add to the diffi- culties of Great Britain's allies. The King began his speech with the subject of reparations. "The conference which was held In London early in December on the subject of the payment of rep- aration by Germany, was resumed in Paris in he said. "My government in their desire to hasten the complete settlement of the reparation question, offered to tho allied governments far-reach- ing concessions on the allied debts to this country, I greatly rcgrfcl II proved LU I'caoh a general agreement. "The French and Belgian gov- ernments therefore proceeded to put into force the plan they fav- orod and tha Italian government countenanced their action. My government, while feeling unable either to concur or participata in this operation, are acting in such a way as not to add to the dif- REGRET VOICED AT FAILURE OF LAUSANNE. "During the past throe months plenipotentiaries of rny government in conjunction with those of the other allied rioweru have been en- gaged at Lausanne In a sincere and patient effort to bring to a close the conditions of warfare winch for over eight years have desolated regions of the Near Eas' 1 greatly regret that in spite of the concilia- tory spirit shown by the allies and the Immense concessions they were prepared to make, the treaty, when on tlie verge of signature, was de- clined by the Turkish delegation. But 1.cherish the hope that when the full report ot the proceedings has reached the T -kish govern- ment the latter may still be dis- posed to accept the treaty and that the opportunity. earnestly arid laboriously prepared of cebuilding the peace-of .the stand the.sta- b, .iy of the future Turkish. state, "I welcome tne-prospective set- tlement of .our war debt to the United Statee ..of America which rer flccU the determinatiOT of our cerwsd-by Secretary Feb. 13 (By the Associated of Golscnklrcheii has heea fined J marks" to he paid to- morrow in consequence of the incident there yesterday between German police and Frencli jrendnrnies. The bnrsomaster, the cldef of police and the police- men believed to be suilty in con- nectlon with tljc affair, taVe been arrested. ESSEN, Press) French officers flossed Ger- man guests in the Handelshof hotel with rldins xvhlpa last accordlnK to a German of a disturbance in whlcB bayonets nnd machine ernns -wers iirouplit into play against dvU-' lans here. By S. D. Intcrnatlonnl News Service Staff Correspondent. MtTLHEIM. Feb. A Franco- Belgian policy of blood and Iron, forced by bayonets. Is in fuU swing In the occupied Khineland to'day.1 French officials claim that tha for- mer policy of .leniency proved ineffective, The fifth weelt of Ruhr occupa- tion has bfen marked by an all- round tightening of French rnlUtaty rule. Bayonets in the background proved futile. are now trying the cold steel on the bodies of the recalcitrants. Not only are they trying, bui the French are using the bayonet with tangible results. In Essen -dozen 'or mora men 'are nursing most palnfu! stabs, Inflict- ed'beoausa the Germans did n6t ijiove on fist enough when Order0d to do so. The French have begun to disperse crowds by prodding (he members with their bayonets. The mood of. the Kuiir popula- tion has changed from passive re- sistance to redhot fury, which threatens now to assume a really. aggressive character. DUSSELDORF, Feb. 13 (United All the railroads of the Ruhr were taken over today by tha French and Belgians. A proclama- tion was issued announcing that henceforth the roads will be under orders of the occupying forces. Ger- man railway xvorkers will be em- ployed if they agree to obey orders; Trains passing through occupied territory will carry a German aa hostage in the cab with the neer to prevent sabotage. The rail- ways art to be run chiefly for tha benefit of the French and Belgians. Traffic to meet the. needs of Ger- man civilians will be resumed, how- ever, as fast as German railwayf men return to work under military orders. Weasel and Emmerich, cities on. tho Holland border of the Rhine- land, where important German caa-; tnmv pthtinns ,'ire located, were oev cupied Ijy French ancl Belgians. acting in unison today. At the for- rner city, which has a population :ot about the allied troops seized the customs officss and the city hall, but found the railway sta- tlon deserted and all rolling stock and material removed. TROOPS JAIL POLICE WHO REFUSE TO SALUTE, A "f-1. rri OTiwtrtmw V> J.iiGi-0 gorae little trouble here and finally several German policemen wha-re- fused to salute the -invaders were -5, arrested. Resistance of Inhabitants of the r', occupied districts has increased'? with each new measure and halt, a dozen cities are declared i state of siege. At Essen the French today over two of thejargest hotels, charging the hetp whsn lattar refused to serve French of f Iceri.'l" 3 A report from Strasburg- said that a convoy 01 cruited from all parts of has moved to the Ruhr. PARIS ISSUES REPORT REGARDIN'G FATAL JPARIS, .Feb. (By. sotlated Germ liceman was killed and gen darineg ?ere affair (Continued" Submarine   

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