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   Syracuse Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1917, Syracuse, New York                               T THE WEATHER y For-Syracuse and Fair colder to.nlghtl Wfdntidsy probably mow. HERAL HraU AcfoertWntf Advance Agent of the fiusfneti Ptotperity. 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 Goesi Unwhetted. Girl's Heart Stops But She Is Now Recovering JHH. KHzii- It'-th nevt'n-ycur.old daughter of JnmcH Kelsvy. a in on the road to recovery to.day after liur henrt hail stopped iM-atiriK during an operation and life had been rt-Htorexl urtlilclnlly. The child collapsed while under nn nnd heart nctlon had IM-CH Milled. by methods of resuscitat- ing nnd drowning Tho heart was coaxrd for doubtful period of thirty-five Ur. 1'Jmer K. Vnucliuii announced thut would live. J UUK 3 SDEN 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 bassador 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. unex- pectedly as Sherman L. counsel for tho invrstipaf- injr brought Mie name of Amba.xtntlnr von Bernstorflf into his examination of the Grrmnn official's fricml. Archibald S. the New York suddenly closed his direct in- terrogation of White to-day after obtaining denials from him that he had received advance informa- tion from any Herman official re- pardinp any of the reeent peace f Delegates From All Over the Country Are in Attendance. TO SPREAD MOVEMENT Jan- Pmntor Illinois. n ffnolutlon v. hirli woiihl it to bn tin- M-n.so of tho Sr-nnti- that PJMN praco noto not pro- al'oliMluncnt or limitation of Monroo nor propose military by tlir Htnten In M. that thi olution 1U1 cm table. Another resolution Senator i'ntnbor of North wl ami la mi th.it ivhlU1 tlif vyi with thf rlTort.i to tirmlnntlon of war. it was nnabU1 to with porpoftul for Me- Intimate With Hnvlnp established tho rein- tlnnnhtp between White ami the am- r.nd f I Organization Would Turn Clocks For- without or the wrinr fur tlie joining wnrM ward One Hour on Last Sunday in tribunal to enforce near- No Abolishment Proposed. Yin designed a iur SeiiMor Ilorah'a propn- rralllrmiuir the i mid the advice of Washington and j nxalnM foreign alii I- the of ilM'PK Of I'l Sf'llHl'1 of V. not pro April and Turn Them Back on Last Sunday in September. NV'V York. Jan. Daylight Saving convention of thr I'nltrd Stat.-s one al'ulMnn.'n' limitation 'Monroe flut'tmio nf jn its tnan offlcUI bead'iuarters and forward after tntdnlKht on tho fi'Ct or .._ Sunday of April nnd turn them Xatlonil tpened n Sr-n-ilo Ihr of XV. to ar-'two-day here to-day to rnnge a meeting with Von llrmntorff. Ihe proposition lo turn Whlpple to-day an expectant audience to the hearing room. Then with rumors of nennatlons flying fast. ankeil Whltn than half a dozen questions and turned him over to committee for furthrr examination. Reading first from testimony previ- ously taken bv the committee In Waahlngtnn. yrhlpple bronchi out that rfrtMtti 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- pected at any while Ber- 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 mldnlKht on the last Sunday ofjp0ftn the army or navy of September. I Tntted Statox or any mllltnry or naval j Here the King cf England is se sn inspecting the manufacture of Tt.e suriout. clusters at the top jre shells fastened upon owrhead 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 toubllc nnd if reoelve-a Knr advance. Information about them through mich Whits an- pwered negatively. Carried No Official you had any accounts In ivhlch persons In official life were In- Whlpple White j Representative Campbell then tried j to Ret to admit that he had Joined with In stock market haeed on top-heavy condition of the market and the pos- sibility of peace. I-awson fiufrfrent to asked the market was tcp- and that suggestion of fieacr start innrUrt down and th.it 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 wlew. AmoriR the oraanlarttlonii porllnp the. movement are the Newj SlrCumbrrV rr- York Daylight Saving that whlla Senate could dcr convention U'acree with the specific 3 Sweet Dreams of f ri I Embryo Actresses of Commons ofithe It should Rochester anrt asso- ciation 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 t'nlted States toward other world NPQ bO by Arrest V I Sought Recruits and Verified-Measurements Himself .S 5 Ms e .hut. nys that Tr is to that Great Britain for tinif will not arm merchant fnre and aft as a Norman Defers to America. decision it un- in oid'.-r lo civr the- foreign time to rarrx on further with I'nltrd States un thn J J exceedingly heavy toll of jard neutral wjih Cummins Makes Attack. tan chairman of the- New Tork daylight ravine sommlttee. thff economy through re.jr duction of lighting bills. the rrosldent would Involve through the of lens artificial davllcht ons'.ant world war or constant njralnst tho authority of world the President that he stood Wagon Trains With House- hold Goodsr Strung Out for Miles. Special to The Htmld. St. Jan. rtreruns of V many who aspired to become F Uroadwuy were sbftt- Tered followmfr arrest here of l-eslle. who olaimft to lie a theatrical man. Mrs. Sanger Says She Was Victim of Bia Family. of even greater before it unt Ion iTiiiroveji. has aroused .itlcn .TT..I announcement In the t of n. on. orn to the cooler mornlnir nnd one the present .war. Senator what While taltetl ubout at their In New York at or prior to time the penco situ- hour in hot nummer's lo noon. An extra dayliicht hour is the way towartl wnrlii nddnl for j itnvrrelpnty which he has Would Make It Mr. Murks siiguWted the orjranita- tion nf a national darltcht the. Vniterl Kingdom Ofory covrrnrnent sTv steps to put an erM I'-hcat for with nf food N are Will Get Sanction of is thai thf .s tin n-hiint ships with astorii will council in It be of o committee with offlcem and representing each part of the Its purpose to br the general education EARTHQUAKE MOST SEVERE IN TWO-YEARS of and of trade in virtually cre.ry city in America have the sub- ject careful according to Itohert Carlnnd. .piraldent of the IMttsburg Chamber t'f and chiiirman of the anecial commUier on clay light of the chambers of commerce meftlng of the njmmlltcc In burg last December an exhaustive sur- vey was prepared and that a report at the annual meeting of was a big factor in the stock Of jmbllr In daylight and market. All While would nay was thntNjir rnactment of legislation to make It they talked In terms nbont nation the war and economic He1 denied he hud advance information on the arrival of the U-53. you think ought to br on Page 30 TONS MERCHANDISE ARETHROWN 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 300-ton on the Dutch Meamship Vul- ran us. were thrown Into the SCR by of a German com- mander when ship held by R nubmarlnw December 27th. four miles off Point on j according to officers of Special to The Herald. .man. Nety Vork. Jan. M.ns-'iet Kl Tex.. Jan. I'er- Tor a the pohoc charge Sancer. Lirth control ami his are inwertlrff expressed no triumph over the mainlng In the district St. newspapers asking for temporary of punish pmtcrt settleis who aje leaving between of U nnd IS who her for doctrinr-s. Mrs. ormrdlng to from to becomt prima donnas to that was .ictloti Kncland takes in and CAA.IS The Tln.il'him. His msil was flooded-with re- to to prison in ftipport of her will t'f wltli the evacuation Is sfheduledlor l-Jonde-. 'aubtirn-J lief with alllfs for the- matter is KoaJs along tint of corn- and who arr muntratinn carry a pirtijrr of aome nf.pager'ly wouuhf the chnnre thrill dm-tiiiK a eirike. JiniMn taking the of tho wnr In _ I of Special ouUhie of thS double ann- said. fleeing in fetir. Aocord.inc to the polliv. Leslie tftnlnv-halteil the Sanger.trUi and trave.tnc of merchant to minimize the ThrOW that VilllFta will follow the with- the girls to the prosecution until to t -Iwat menat-f. The danger zone In 'draw-al of American nre carry-land also to bring a one-pie-e bathinc proof that control'the North has hern extended with ing all their belongings- suit. 1 U'agon truinin are itmnp alone the- for many Jan. most Some of troops He's room. Also a number of picture- I rcmenflOUS Seismographs. and also to bring a one-pie-e bathinc proof that danger's titrih control srn nern rxienqeu wnn suit. 'He Intisled upon rrrifylng conducted for illecal submarine nets _ sttvtrheil mea.uremen pow. thc ofpjhfl Scores of were found In Mrs. Byrne Strong. to her cm- f shocks recorded dur- trcach Columbus on Sunday.. Tne srirls In snil.v with the isl jn condition to- ing the pant two years- we.re- Of forces Is to ou think I shapely of George- flt r.iinmas lakes. town unlvernlty night nnd early thla morning. tremors began at 9MS o'clock .last night and She -till rrfusra to partake In he hrld at .Palawan lakes. mile- unuth of the honlen on day. o until almost V'o'clock this1 Kl WAS quiet has opernte.l. in K.r.tucky and morning. severity of tho national next Thursday. Ilobert Hninet told the convention bnsed on and he had rstlmatrd 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 thr.t collcrted. the Ibr Of of the llRiit saving plan win mil at Georgetown unl- tnp verity observnlorv were thrown per annum with Increment increase. reported they bad. the situation In h.ortT. REFUSES TO EXPLAIN STATEMENT needs shpckll ww rfl. rordetl on thn vertical at unJ o'clack night. Uremon not die away until. Senator Says President's Second Ap OFFICIAL IS ARRESTED Prance Before Senate Will tho.Vnlcanua on arrival to-day. ThV wan on her way from Rot- terdam to ofTlcers nid. when the submarine appeared. An officer aboard and examined the manifests. lift passed. everythlnr that to 1 mind would be of no to tho finemy. Imt a sharp linn on the Kin and declaring thorn ordered throxrn overboard. Thn wtooO by bourn while the onlera were be- Inir carried INVESTIGATE FIRE T Hartford Authorities Suspect That It Was Caused by Hartford. to- day are InveitlffttiOK a fire which nwtpt through the shopping district hero laat night and early to-day and which amount to nearly 11.000.000.. v of ft lonjr terUi tuiplqioaa 0. 4 DOZEN PERSONS HURT IN SCHENECTADY CRASH One Woman Has Leg Cut Off When Car Runs Down Hill Into Buildings. 'this morn Thn Hrnt Khocka were at L. J Cleveland. Jan. Karth were on the Irnatlun'a observatory woman was probnbly faulty njurrd and twelve others hurt here to-day when n. rnrl of thn Schenecttdr Railway pany slid down H steep hill on tlroad- woy. Jumped the track and crashed throuRh a number of bulldlnps back oi Ihc Toomey hotel. Utlen Dyck. Jumped from Ihr car .fell beneath Ihe wheels. One of her ICM cut off Just above the nnklo and the other badly crushed. The hoavily hud stopped nt the corner Camp- bell streets whnn lha brnkea failed lo work nfid the trolley slid backward down liroAdwjiy to rmer where U left U F t New Reataurint In Syracun. opens at Truar hotel. Harrison Bull A Home cooklne. All new equip me-nt. f'lf rival. night. Starting at P. M. they reached their maximum tind ended at P. M. Tho Hev. Father In charge of the entlmftteg the Inca- Uon of the quako at a of be- tween -7.000 and S.QGO FLETCIHER ORDERED POST IN MEXICO Ambassador's Instructions Are Now In' Hands 'of the State Department. -Jan. P. Fletcher. American 11 at baa been ordered to his post In Moxlco U learned omclatly The inatnictlona to American diplomat' ar enow In the -handa 'or State department The fact'that the ambuftiador hat not already atartftd for hU pofti.-U ax- fafit Iwirucr i have nut ofll Henri Charlobois Accused cl' Swindling Bank of Montreal of SptcUl to The Herild. o. a former official of of Quebec. to-day Ij a. cell whllo from Montreal preparicR to con _ Would as Cruisers. representations wlih Washington on food voluntarily but no mo.-clw-n ship question. Is nrinc neiu nn a nr t n i i ..Tnte to inr HUM i A'-rcfniins to the olil sra IHW .1 mer- _ letters show .nourishment ihrouch a tube. chaiu armed and aft wc'-M meeting here last nicht ronip under the class of auxiliary sympathy for the ruuse '-ontcntlon made thit Slrth controi aid condensed the of warfare on an4 Mrs. Mrs. Snnger to-day why -he waited Ht-nnnny ready her under- birth control. numbers arA estlmalM one of eleven she high as SOO. most of them mother I WHS submarine to operate f.ir 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. rittftburc. Jan. tloisit Dealest Rood I coulil ilo to help nothing to. wom'n fewer children day to his declarations of night 'Tariff r. the brought up in want cap and uould don it no I went club at its M-'Klnlrv dav din- ine birth clinics' LD MAKE PROVE CITIZENSHIP Wilson Expresses be notice that should appear In camp to Senate peace did recently to deliver flreworks would result. r President Wilson come there mil a chnrgn of Bank of Montreal of arrest on n charge of drunken- followwl tbft rnvelatlnn of his INCREASE MILK PRICES COMMENCING Ilm Identity In his enda a nation-wide search for him which alnce last October. In nenatora will thotiRh I rhall not the.rr. other join in the debate them to do Chnrleboln secretary of a KOV- rlvera commission In Quebec. He Is accuaed of obtaining money from the on President Wilson will be addressed waa more thAn 100 yearn ago and I tMnk t can My this appearance of Mr.. Wiiton before the Henatft will hla -MAKES ESCAPE i HIM Jose Held in Connection 1 v- iWlth Madero's Why Hundrtdi of Womtn Smile world Is blue Jan. Mai- mm who'wmn.a In Conner tton wlih of dent Madero In escaped ten aio from.the penitentiary In whlcli'hft H koowu to without your ffltnr Women will to and rejoice. If they attend the .mammoth -clearance ai Hhsnahsn's. ft. Halina HU where In lens thsn an hour they can Sft lo on a roat. or mlt and US to ST. or more on a fur coat. and world with you. and you Company Claims to Have Lost Money Ever Since the Strike Last 4 New .Torkr Jan. aij. ranee In milk to take effect Obniary iBl- waa nnnoimced to-day by of Ibe larjreBt milk jtvmpanlca In the cxvintry. trhlch New YorV.'and totrnt. The Increase ralaej thr price of in-ade. n milk from ten to eleven cenU a quart nnd addi two a. half- pint to the prlca'of cream. The aaya that the adrance made neccasarr. by the fart'that It hat money ever the'tnllk itrlke of Uat October' and ih.it will depend on the de- manded the dnlrynmn Been Adopted. h Jan. WIN opinion that ap- pointed a a A teacher In Ihr public furnlH hproof of Amer- of Ibe re- quired U quoted by the of nuperlntcndentn of the New i York public schools In a report to Board of The thU reply to an inquiry made br the-'board and had' an. turned that thlft wan already the rule and I am nurprlsed that It has not been Uit of April 1st and upon the opnatfrn of the food-laws about to Intro nnec. it waa KDOwu 10. cuu for on T. -Lay in STOST liriii t Bk The -report reccmmends nil teachers hereafter appointed shall In writlnc declare their belief In Ihe principles of the Constitution of the United States and the Intention to promote the irood order nncf ha of the'United Slates.'.It Is said that between and 800 public achoM tench em In it ew York at present not American clltitna. THERE'S ONLY To secure a Ml in Apply Satin Rkln Hatln Skin v v'J. V S U' Tr- Jm if Y i K' -i X. V 4   

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