Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 147, Ed. 1 Monday, February 11, 1918 Page: 1 of 8
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VOLUME XIII NO. 147
TULSA OKLAHOMA MONDAY 1'KlUiUAUV 11 1D1S
PRICE 5 CENTS
a fSri-Wi ML
f L Jr W if
Railroad and War Legislation
Will Divide Interest This
MORE UVUUIRY IS PLANNED
Secretary linker Will Meet
Committee in More Mili-
ASI 1 1 Ni I'l l N Feb. 10. -- lUIIroml
luirl wur om nitration legislation mill
iiiiide Inteiei-t and effort oi congress
this week. As amended liy contml;-
. i'h the administration bill to ton fill
government operation uf railroads
during I''" war will '"i brought l' fore
loth senate ft nd house tomorrow. Ton.
tmuniiH consideration of the mcnnur'i
mini final disposal prob.mly within
tun ir three weeks In I u 1 1 n
1. inlei-H. tho there will be interruptions
i r action on mutters whi.li cu.ii be
disposed (if w llhi ut delay and foi
further discussion of war efficiency
i ml measures proposing I cot gani.a-
ii uf wnr-iii.ikliig iniichlii'v v.
In the scq-ite ullhii th" rallroil
I ill It to have i Ik lit -ff wnv under the
rules for fr.oi loin nf (leli.it'' the war
discussion piubahly will bo the suhtci I
actually hefuru I he Hniiie iliuost ilully
this week. Several sen-itiue ere pre-
paring U'ldresaos on the inlllt-ry com.
indices hlllM fur 11 uur ciiiilni-l an I
n millions director.
New IJoinonl Taken I p.
The new eleineiil In tho controversy
i v er war efficiency the hill sent to
I he sen lie by President Wilson pro.
posing 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 k -1 powers for the plent-
iful In reortt tnlln t on (I en nriimiil-
iiik urn eminent ilepartmentH nml of-
lirl.is will be taken up loniorrow hv
the senate Jmllrlary eoinnilttee. Ref-
erence to a siiliioniniltte.i prohuhly
headed by Senat ir Oxertunn who lu-
ll ii'liicpil the measure In evpeeted trt
Secretary Huker prohnhly will go to
the rnpitol aiciln riiii'ln the weuK to
iIisciimi confidentially before tho mill-
buy committee the outlook for army
liansport tonmtxe on which he bases
bis hope of svmllnK a million and h
I ilf Aniericun troops to Europe this
Th3 rommltts proposes to conclitd
is Keneral war Imnilry thla waek cloa-
ii k the iiiveatlK&tln of about threo
niontha Into army affalri. which pro-
Miked the present controversy fan-
bitiment and national (tuard mm?
uiestlona will come up tomorrow with
Itrlymller Uenernl IJttcll before tha
McAdoo In Appear.
Secretary AlrAdoo's proposal for
lent ion of a wir financj corporation
with $500. 000 000 capita) and power
to issue H. 000. 000 000 111 notea to fl-
i .uii e wur ancj other essential Indus-
li.es. will he '.aken up tomoirow by
i lie house waya and mean committee
;inil Se-retJir- Mi'Adoo will appear
nu-ain before the ainate finance com-inillei-
In its behalf. Doth Mtnate and
In. use prohablv will temporarily lay
iiMle the railroad and other matters
InriiiK the W'ek to roncldcr new In
I'i'ilant iiimv leitislatlnn In the hou.ie
n final i In set for W.nlnesday on
tb" alien slicker hill whhh wuld
Mibject aliens to the draft without
w .ml. ik for the conclusion of diplo-
matic neKollati'ins Heeroiary Lnnslnu
i- rnii.liii tlll(t with nations affected.
In the senate Chairman Chamber
li:n of the military committee plans
I' obtain illspoaul of the war depart-
ment s measures providing for reuls-
t'atlim of youlhs attatnlnn 2 years
nt iup liaiifinu Ihe draft iiicta fiom
Mate pnpuliition to tho nun tier of men
In cIusr inn (.mpowerinii the president
t i draft skilled Industrial or iiKrlcul-
i nal exiierta and other minor army
biPs. 11a expects their prompt pns-
'ite. . (
More i'iwr for Hihivct.
Vild itioiutl pow-rs for '''ood Admln-
i iiator I louver eonserve food aup-
l lies will he considered tomorrow hy
Hie house iK'Icultnral eoinnilltee. Jir.
limner will explain a new hill for
that purpose In exji'iitlve session.
I.'ihor problems connerted wltlf the
; bl'lnilli1liir prorain will be din-
'oo-cil Inmnrriw by the senate com-
merce committee with President Oom-
I'lis of the Amerlcni Federation of
I .al or nnl the committee also will
piocee l with InvestlKatlon of the Hoc
I land Hhlphulldlnz plant In tin effort
'o close ha Imiulry Into the Kovern-
mi iil shlppltiK operations.
Berlin Figures Number of
Our Troops in France
AMSTKItHAM Feb. 10 In their
' ' mmenl on the Tuscania the Rerlln
ik wspgpnra (lormanla and Deutsche
Tagtte Zcllung affect surprise Hint the
' g transport only carried approxi-
mately 2.4(10 nien. Thus as "accord -O'K
to reports" IH transports have
in riled In. France they calculate that
"idy about 4(1000 American .jtroop-ii
m are therS
This they assert agree wllh Inde-
! ' ndent information at l.ml on this
Hermania adds lo this the assertion
i--.it Iho sinking of tho TiiKcani.i guvs
in Tinted Htates a hard blow which.
i 'i a moment "thre't-ned to unhal---in
e" Secretary of War linker.
' Fvcn i-o." It concludes "we do not
' udei estimate Ihe Importance .of
iiuerlea's ass'stunce but wo shall.
i erthclcH. look for furlher IT-bop.t
Mure Time for I'lllmc. '
AMHlMiTti.N. Feb. in. l-.tten-'
i l Hu e f.- filmc; Ipccmo ati.l cx-
' ' - profits iclurns froi'i March 1 to
l"il 1 was announced today by In-
; inal K"icniie Coiiiiiil.-Klonei- l;opcr.
lus ruling applies nhai to reports on
i iiiients of more than I'iOo during
i'ie V4-ar to he made hy employers and
!.nsiiie rntTplses and covers In-
' oiii-h buih ubove and below t.1.000
: nd rorpoi atlun Incomes Uelny in
On. p eparutlon of blank foriith and
Koiinicut wn tn principal cause
1 '' the posipontinent.
Military Activity in Major
War Theaters Is Increasing
The W eather.
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BAKER OUTLINES NEW
Assistants to Chief of Staff
C.iven Full Powers in Hc-
WASIIl.N'ITi I.N. l'eh. 1 0 - A tteil
enil outer oiillliiini: Ihe new iiiKiinl4
tiou of the war department and Kivlr-sT
full nniMir.s In their ri-siiert.e fields
to the assistants to tne cmcr 01 sim
at tho head of Ihe fUe (lliisions lino
which the nt.iff has been funned was
made public tonight Kecrelarv
Chief of all biireaiih corps ! nil other
aeneles of the military establishment
are Instructed in coiiilininb'aie tilreci-
ly with the :i.-ads of the stair divisions
upon mattets whiih the Inter control
mil ti. .iivIkIoii neiuls :ire i.utliorlr.ed
to act for Ih -ecr -iary of war and .
hlKh chief of staff In .oieh inniterv
The ord ir emph islzes tin authority of1
the chief of si.uf who with the conn-I
cil. Is the Inniieili.ile ndvlsi-r or the .
secretary In iiiatl in relnlti.K lo th
military esta'illnimcnt. I
"l'he plinnlnt of the army proitrani
In ll entlre'V" a;.i the order "i';ieiit duels are In protcress between the
((instant de.vtopni'jnl therii f In t iermaris and the French around
Inige aspects an I iho rclutlon or tms
program to ih i Keneral etaff tin.he
entire UJ-my will he the duty' of IM
chief of atnff ui'l :h war council.-
The dutlea of the chief of staff will
he taken over won by Major Uenernl
I'eyton C. Mar-h. ordered home from
France to aucc-Mt-1 Malor Oencral I'.ld-
dle BMlaldkat -h'ef of atsfr who hue
been actlne; chief In the absence of
Oencral Bllsa. For the present Oun-
trnl llllaii will continue to hold the
title of chief of staff while represent-
ing the irnlted Hlaten In Ire auprenio
war council abroad und tieneral
March will be doebrniitetl actinn chief.
There aro reporht in army circle
that KdwarJ H. H'edtlnlu. recently
made aurv-iyor-eneral of supplies
under thJ purc'.inae and anpply dlvls
Ion of the general atnff. noon may n
made a "jeneral officer and chief of
that dlvlsi in. The office now la held
by llriipidler !e-ieral Tlercr)
BOY IS IMPRESSED BY
x AMERICANS' BRAVERY
Irish Youth Gives Description
of Tuscania Disaster to
'CiLAH'ttiW Kcotland. I'eb. 10. Cap-
tain Muelcan of he TiiKcacif. has sul
mltled a report to Its owners und to
the board of trai'e nml the niivul u-
thorlllea. He decl'ned to iuhko n eiao-
inent for Diihlii.Kllon reniarkliig
the main facta of the dimeter
hud been lalrly slated.
A voiimr Irish lad. a resident
Hlimgow who acted us Captiln Mae-
Iran's Jioy wus InlerileweiV by the
Assoclftted f'ress corresnonent. The
boy said that sflcr the torpe.lolni.
Captuln Maclean was Ihe coolest man
oh board Klvln orders ns If nothlnR
had happened tc Interfere with Hie
( iain (sil.
The lad added that thu raptaln'f
coolness hud the desired effect on th i
American soldi ts. The second of-
ficer who superintended the launch-
h)K f the ho-its on Ihe etarln iird side
the l"iy said alsio sine a Kplendld ex-
cmple cf courage exercising preV
control over the men and rcpe itedly
risking his life to get the boats away.
The boy saw bun lifting an uncon-
scious man and leaning over Ihe ship's
side at a dungeiniis :ng- plm log liln
In a boat whlcn wis being lowerej.
The conduct ol the offi-eis and rrewr
whs magnificent the boy declared.
They slink by (he hlp uti'il all Hie
soldiers had dii-cmbui ked.
T'Hik It An Joke
The bov nl-t.i .vas Impressed by Hm
courage of III" Amerpu'l s Idlers
i w tit tl the HrlliH.i destroyer came iiioiip-
side aiid they 'm l to snue uown ropes.
h h soi l was a duigeiou-i pro-
ciedlng owlnrf n Hifiviin.mg
bouts. The Ainerli tins nrccpled the
tifk with great rplrlt. he s.ild. thnv
of them shouting "let her rip" n one
after another they clambered oyei-
lonrd and all t rapidly 10 the de( k ol
. ivarslne' Inle-d many looked oli
the eMrli.iie mi u ;"ke the boy re
culling that in i' ''"oty smoked a eh;
er't us he took Vs lorn mi the rope.
Tho Tus.- iMlii M-cmnl orflcer had a
remarkable .-xpe.-len. . He wne In n
boat with forty "Hiets. lie said
' "All at on".' 've bumiid loto Home-
n.io hrd .md when I looked annuel
there was a Hiiimiai
i..nb l 11. dirl- wol k
yn awiMh to
W hat could we
Wa u mi v run i-n oo un i
lnfiintry tMaslios and Violent
P.unilmrd meats Reported
Alonjr Whole Front.
AMERICANS ENGAGING ENEMY
inllitury n.tnity in lite mi lor
rs of the w.ii conlinueM In In-
; he it.
Kriini the North sea till
aloliK the line In IUIkIiiiii iind I'liince
and on the mo i hern Italian front
from the rerlon of Lake llnnli west
i toward Ihe I'liive river there Hum'
I been clashes between opposInK ln-
fmiti men at various points and
j hoinb irilmenlH of extremely violent
proporllotis on iiumerons sectors.
Alfiiln Anierlean soldiers hobllni;
the line In the region of Ht Mlhlel
h.'ive come Into contact with the
tlermiins and suffered a few casual-
ties These men operating In No
.Mim a ' IjiiiiI. were niiilniscailcd by
u superior Tores inn loiiKin vaiiniuiy
'until they were cither killed or iiunle
! prisoner. Hilly man of Ihe ten
siicccoileil III I'eKalmtiK the A inei I' . in
itrenches Hint he was woiincle.l Klif
I f tin. Americans are believed lo"
have been killed. The other four
When Ihe patrol was HltacUe.l the
iruus of the Ainerjcuns In the trein
laid down a hnrriitte ngalnst Ihe i
mails and JuduliiK from the Hccuracy j
f aim the nutitiera have shown
ceully It la believed ulotm the
Aineijiin front thul sriine of the
ciienjv were killed or wounded.
Tho Oermnn arllllery has aunln
heitnn an Intense bombardment of
IIiiiIhIi poHitlotm in the iiHiKhhorhnod
of lloiitliolst forest north of Y prim
' Hou 111 west of Cumbrui
N1.llIlirti (ll tn( (1ampugne on the
Verdun sector and In the osKea
mountains. The Herman official
communication says there has been
Increased activity auslnst the Her-
mans on both aides of ftie Moselle
river which would Indtrata that on
the western aide of tbe stream the
Americana are ennairlnK them
Klntrtl Over loae
F.xeept for several attempted raids
by the (lermana and Austrlnns on the
northern Italian front the big Kims on
both aldea are doing the work. Lively
duels on the AsIiiko plateau and to
the west of Monte Hrappa are re-
ported hy the Home war office.
Much pleasure la beitiK evinced In
both Austria and (icrmany over the
of Ihe central powers In
a separate peace with
the I'kralne rada.
While the exact terms
have not yet
been announced It la
central powers will
lend their aid to the I kralnlans In
suppressing the llolshevlkl and that
In return Ciermany and Austria will
receive much of Ihe wheat ami other
food supplies In the I'kralne on
which they had set their hearts
hundred Slid yiiiv-two names of
Aiueilcan soldiers rescued from the
InrpAdord liner Tuscania had been re-
ported tonight to the war department.
Haling 345 of the soldiers on hoard
unaccounted for. No official report
him reached Ihe department to change
ili- cstimiile H'H.t all except IIS of the
un n were saved hut tho names have
in en coining In very slowly over the
(iibles and there Is no assurance as
o when the list will be complete.
From the names so far received and
the passenger list of the lost steamer
the Associated I'resa has complied the
record of those still not reported
Crohably more than two hundred of
Hit- men whose nuiiica appear on this
record are safe In Ireland and will
he so reported soon.
The preparation of the list even
In Its Incomplete form represents an
aggregate of 140 hours of labor. The
war department has only Utiied an
official roll of tTiose on tho ship. The
( Oiiimlttee on public Informal Ion has
tnado no effort to compile a list of
the missing merely Issuing lists of
fcutvivors. In order to compile a llf-t
of missing and unreported it was nee
eseary to seanUi for each name In both
lists a laborious process in
wllh more than 2.IHi(f names.
Cttirtatn I .eo T. Iebron. (inthrle.
(Ikla ; Citptnln Thlllp Kllbiirn I.IkIiI-
IiiiII. Syracuse N. V.; CnplKin I'hlllp
Vincent Hherm.iii. Noitlifleld. VI.;
First Lieutenant William Hlnnle.
Frldley Minn.: First Meutenaii. fill'-
foro Wellington Waller. Fenton.
Mlch.l Second Lieutenant Onirics
Scott Tiitterson. Urn Angelss. Ci!
Civil employes: Fdward T. FI'ko'-
aid. Iietrolt. Mull.; Aimer F. I-ariied
lle'idijuarteiN detiicbment. Sixth
hatlallon Twentieth englneeis. nation-
al army. Trlvales lutymond Hutler
New Itlchmond Wis.; Irene Smith
Spokane. Wash. ; llei schel 1 1. Ilalni;
Wagoner. Okla.. Walter L. llrown.
Tern. Va.; Clareneo II. Hradshaw-
Haverhill Mass; F.dwln It llurkey
Heriiildjl. Minn.; Wllllnm F.s T.enneli
lingers. Ark ; Arthur W. Collins. Ap-
Medical dctaelintent. Sixth battalion
Twentieth englncr-ra. national nrmy:
Si-rgeiints I diver Cole Weedon Sta-
tion Cutiadii Herald l. Clo'.er Hoikj-
well Va.: Trlvetis iurK K. V. Ciirv
Spi infield. Maw.; Clnreiu e W Me-
i olllni. Cas'side Mont.; James W. Bai-
lee. Hot Springs Mont.
Company D. Sixth battalion. Twen-
tieth engineers: Corporals Clea itarg
crsio' k. Marlenville Ta ; Nulhnn II
Hpvp Arp flip Nnmps of Tuscania Victims
Boys Are Victim of
Naii.' if the A merle. i u MihU'r-
wlni lesi Ihelr lives lu'thc jt.nkliii;
o the Tum tntiii troop lian-poit off
the const of Ireland by a Heiinan
siibiiuirllie u .is a liliou liee.l 1'ii-t
lllKllt bl the A M illicit Ticks to-
gether Wllh time' who lire r-tlll
IiiIsbiiii; Thin In tile IliM list In be
kio ii out for pnhli. niton iiinl wan
ioniiili' the Axsiicl.itcil I'liss
trmii r 'ports tint haie been iiiiiiiim
in to the war ib'pa 1 1 incut at Wash-
llik'l'.n ever since the il.a (i-f
Amonii Ihe Hit are the nanus of !
twenn ei.'ht i H la In. in. i boy l'"l- I
low ins are lbs in mrs i
Cn pi lee v IjiI.i.mi llllllio !
I. oilier W liynii'til lllokfll l'."v
John Kolte '.-a..M IMI
William W WiikIi'. Itlsinni a-K
IH''Mimlll lie.-rrv Talllciab
John hi .iipi'i . I.iirfiii ( ililn.
Kriie.i i.luihii mo. a 'kbihoii! i'U
Joseph M il lin. disentail iikla
J.lni K Mil Miiiuell. Illnl.'ii
John II llishop. -ost.'i-Joe-
Cochrnlte 'l w Ion.
Howard W Menelv Sasakwi.
H.irle C. Null. CaillnKt"n.
iimlln I'owell Sasakwa.
tleoriio C. reri v. lmn Wolf
Ulcliiirdsoii 1'eler. Ilmia
l-'li'b her 1 1 I'leilKf. Norman.
1a im s Trice I lolxe Cit
Jesw M IMiondes. Ilnlbeit.
Vlrull J Kohi i l i. Id Ketio
iisiar Koebiick. Hopei ukl.i.
Jtse i Smith. Coleman.
I lei man Slo-s I lennes J
Tnll.i 11 ThoiupsKii M .til ill.
lioore W. Toiiilinson Kl llivio.
Kthan White Ainelt
lleiscliel ii. I til i nl WiiKner
Muskogee County Leads
in War Stamp Agencies
Ml SKuilKK. (iklu . l'eh 10 Wllh
he 'Vis nitellcy OMnl nasi th" !l IKl'l
mark mid rapidly moiintliiif confl-
! item e wn -' expri ssetl at tin heji(liuar-
lers of Hie NaHiuml war sinlints coin 1
loittee for Oklahoma late Sut'iritay1
Ihut I ik hihoini will have r ded Us
iiola of S.O00 liiiem le when reports
Minn nil loiinlv chaiiincn have been
I c reived.
Musk' iti'e county S'at unlay w ent far
over Ihe top" when Jolin is' iier
city chaii iiih.ii. turned In a list of 24.
SK-iu-les fur the city or Alm;k"nfc.
Trevloiisly 1J.1 Ini.l hi en established
ill the count v outside of the cltv. tnak-
Inif ii total of f"r the county.. Its
iliiotit was 3 IN. This record puts
MuskoKee county In Ihn lead of all
counting In the late mi aBeiieles.
Mursliiill and Tulsa counties are Hie
others which have completed Ihelr
A nicetina; of the district chairmen
with the cmuilte will be held In
Oklahoma City Buwday at which tbe
detailed plan for "war savlnita week"
In iklahoniu ' will be discussed and
final orftuilr.atton plana worked out.
"War tBvinKB week" will bn observed
from February 17 to 14. during which
the National war savings committer
for (iklahoma will endeavor lo line
up 00. 000 more men women and
children III ' Ibis state as buyers of
tin I ft and wee savings stamps.
Vole to Strike).
TtifKKA. Kan.. Feb. Iff. Three
hundred Santa Fe otnidoyes at a mass
meeting held here today voted to i-eiiM
work tomorrow noon unless Fred II.
Morse flsdsliint car Inapector. who
cli'lma he was discharged Saturday
afternoon is reins itted by his fore-
man pl.efure 11 o'clock tomorrow
ni'irniiiK. Santa l-'e oflfelals declare
Morse wis not dU-harged. hut ipilt
Short. piepheiiK.' Ark. ; Privates llenji.-
mln (I. nitnslead Tennla. Mush ; M
mer I. Cowan Victor. Mont.; Mai
Lathnni. Stafford. Va ; Henry C Mur-
phy Wallowa lire; Marcus 11. Cool;.
I'limn. Mont.: Hldney W. Heiiint
Murshfleld lire ; ItHmbrrt II.. Mm ke'-
Nashville Tenn.; Henrge A.' Sllerleti
Flrndule Wash.; Holier! J. Moody
Cambridge. Minn; Hubert r . Warren
Seattle. Wash.; Itoy Mnneaeter Den-
ver. Col.; rale-aid F. Tarker tiranti
I'asa. lire.; Iloderlck IV.MacIoiiiild.
Ilellington Wash.; Andrew C. Ander-
son Nelson Minn; Archie I). Itoberis
Hileni. uro; William A ('oiistiiiis
Hlue'MCnrth VHnn.; John I". Thh-irlev
Modoc. III'.; Hans Amrtam. (nskoir
Norway; Kills M. Smith Magnolia
Turk. I no .date given!: F.lvlrt c.
Stephens Springfield. Cre; Winston
A. HartHock. Il.iplilnii. Vii. Hsnrv 'I.
Tales linker tire.; Flint r A. Houston
Held Ore ; WullerT. Uirson W.irren
tire; lnle M. Fish. Whenton Minn
Alvln N. Collins Miilkesan Wis.;
Thonias S W'asson. Kosciusko Miss.;
Kocco (ialiibrex. Mount Holo. Wiiith j
Thllllp F. Wlgand. Italtlmore. Md.;
Wesley W. Hyttt. Iteliam. Wash.:
Stanley rt. AiigspurKer. KmvIoii uhio.
Frank liniho'a. Jackson. Minn.: I!lly
F. Murray. Fugeiir. tire; John A.
' l-ankko. Astoria lire ; John HI"".
I IO nW'llinoott ni.irr.iiiir rt. it. i". .
hosier I.. Smith Hullee. tire; Alen-
under .1. Ininn Tortl.md. ( i-e : ('.un-
der l Ausliid nklee Minn ; Fred M
I'nger Tnrkston S Ii : John A. Kleh-
hammer Fust (inind 1;'orks Minn
John C llobi.isiin. To'llai h. Idaho-
Tercy A. Slephmis. eUnd Ore. Wil-
liam A. Iiinter '"uero Texsa; William
L. Trngeser ( 'nl Ion ood Minn : Ver-
iiit C Hianland. Colton. Ore; Jilne.
A Si-hleHse HI. t Ijike Wis ; Claud
Only Five More
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source FdlHon goes to press
Thursday evening. February 14
We will prlnl onlv enough co;i-
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our regular subscribers plus or-
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Phone Osage 6000.
American Patrol Trapped
Bv Germans Five Killed
and it u ii d e tl
taek to T reiieli.
FOUR MORE ARE MISSING
Lays PiarriiKe Fire
Fneiny and S'nne
IIII-: .I..IHCAN AIIMI IN
'. It-b. Ill l-'ue Aiuetii'illi
n I e lielii V ed to tin 'e been
in mifsini: and one wounded
when an Anieiiciiu pal ml was am-.was not iieiieralH known else un Koinh Keiiimliii aienne
bushed In No Alms land last ii i u Ii I imwils Hint i heeled Ihelr prmtress lo ji Williams n harher her hu-
by a Hiiptrior foic of l .ci'iiiaiov 'l' lie 1 1 ti i Htiilion would have been many WHa niresled last niKht on un
encoiiplei occiineil In an Isolated t tunes hnKer As It was. their pass- fiiImilon Issued by the county at-
spin nun reporis concei iiniK casuiii
ties itiitu ieii ny ooin sines kip inciiner ;
I inly one A merlin n i known lo lunelft(n
escaiied Ihe Iran which was lam In jm a iiici leu lis ralstol it cheer for
riont or our wnes. i ne one siirvnor.
who crawled bin k lo Ihe Aiiicrlcim
bullet In Ins chest. Is lill-
able to talk. ! IMilHt.
(Iiir nrlllleiv liniiieiliatidv laid n The men left with (iraiefiil enpres-
barrage mound Ihe nnilnisliliig tier lH ( n. hospllslity of llelfast.
mails ami some are believed to Inn c 1 1( M.r w Me garb al the
been accoiinteil for. The Inlanlrv ' 1 u.tir of the rescue was n shirt was
coiinled foi others and It is ceiiaiu ( 0i f lnMrf tH
Ihe all.ieked piitrol louglii to a fin i fl r
ish acc.iidiug to II in niation trickling
n froiti thi front hut' i ' ....
(in patrollliiK soldiers were walk- " '" "'""I Irish II flea
Ing In fmiit of our wire eninnslements ! 'Hue contingent nf the Americana
wh big enemy p.nrol Hint had left Victoria barracks and the other
been divided Into piiiio'n which took 'was from Currlck Fergus the home
up concealed positions opened fire al of Klonewall Jackson's forefathers
close range. The nluli! was clour nnd'j I'.iich . oiillngent tiad inllilitry escort
the forms of the Aineiicaus mnde the mid was given tnuslcnl honoia. The
best poHlble tiirgels lor the hldileii 1 ;iiade Ht li-torln bin l in ks was un-
llcriniilis There Is' no doubt Ihut the(.r comiV S of l.lcuteiinnl Colonel
Americana bullied gallantly unlit
overpowered. The iirnllery duel in
nor Mttelor roitit imitol I'lilay. Scores of
airplanes were obseiMng ml iiuiKiiig
iilo.li.uraoliH. The lion in Ihe line
were thrilled by a number of ill r duels
over their heuils.
AMI.ltll ii:M.HVI -
ri r i rnMM wn. iv
Willi TIIK AMKIIK AN All.MY IN'
I HA NCF Halurdnv. 1-en. -"
American general now commends Hie.
sector of (he front recently taken
over by our troops. When the Amerl-
cans fit at entered the sector It was
duller the command pf a French gen-I
cial -heading a largo unit or me
French army. Now we control.
The order turning the sector over
to the Americans u ropy of which
whs communicated to our. forces
on February E lb oommandlna
general of American unit
takes command of aector.
The commanding general of
French unit takes occasion to express
to the American general. Hie colonels
of artillery and all of the American
units which has been under his or-
ders komplelii satisfaction with Hie
way In which the American troops
have acipN'ted thuinscUea of the mis-
sion enliusteij to thrill. Their good
will and their ardent desire In excel
and the rapidWy with vffclch they
have adapted themselves to life of
the sector have brought them the ad-
miration of all. Heneriil hnnds
over t-' sector with confidence that
it Is In good hnnds and that the
American troops will org.inie II wl'li
method and the tenacity chnraclerlx-
Ing Anierlean genius and In case nf
atltti-k will defend It with greut valor."
Hradley Swaly. Ark.; Jennings P.
Crow. Appleby. Texns; Kubeii Cohen
New Yoik N V.; ThoiiiM.i A Llewel-
lyn. Scottditle I a
Coiiipany K Sl:h hiittiilliHi Twen
lleth engineers. Mecoiid Lieutenant
lllchiird Warren. Wnllham. Mssj.:
Sergeant Hllbert IT W iggln. North
Ml linen pol Is. Minn. Privates: Joseph
K. Mclionnld. Springfield. Cul.; John
C. Johtisoii T.lg Falls. Minn.; Jack J
Hyrne liutle.'1 Mont.; Clyde H. Jen-
kins Coailiiga Cal.; Toiainle W. Cook
Haw Hie. Ui ; l-onaid It Itelliiiian
McCiibe Mont ; Uei.rge H. Itogera.
Iiallas. Wis: John IMwaiMs. Untie
Mont.; Albert I. Naiiiuaii M inneapoll I.
Minn : Jesse Hubert Kline. I leer Park.
Wash ; Carl V. Jacobson Flk City
Ore.; Jeffeisou Cavl-i Jones. Wlnrie'd
Texas; Amos Mcliaiilel Stockdnlo
Ti'xas: Klmer llolilen. I'ort World
Company F. Sixth bnllnllon. Twen-
tieth englneeis (foresiii. National
army: Sei-veant Wllllnin .1. Ijiinhert.
Philadelphia. Pa ; C'orporiils (IcorgS
I Jilikiliaii San Francisco Cat.; Terry
Ti.lllc. IMgiii. Ore; William It. John-
sin Metamoni. Mich Herbert C. J
I It sner Saginaw. Mich; lluel A. par-
roll. Hsrrlsoii Tc : Huglers tlranvllle
J. Wilde pljivooil Neb ; Theodore K
LcwCVn F'.rest llrove (Ire; Privates
John W Cheshlr Lucas. VCash ; Wil-
liam Matthews. Hotlliichani Wash;
Kugene W. Snyder Klmrork Wash :
Kverrtt II Huffy. Sil"m Slirlngs
Atk.; Ilallle M. Floselfbn r'olinig
I ue ; William I iroov's M u n t Idaho
Ida.; Fled W llermiin Lincoln. Neb.;
Charles I . Thompson. Lmlcav or. Til.;
fje.ntge .Moiitrsv. I Jt n n.l v le w. Ore.:
Urorge Nelson 1 1 i It . St Hi-bnii lire ;
Hans M Krli'kson T.eicilon. ore;
Th'timss II. Iinveiiport I t-l 1 1 nir Ii un
Wash ; fins John-on Lei ilHport i ire
Charles I' Tlllinir !' setibi-i v Ti x :
Charles L Hall. Vinu oovir. Wn-li :
I l-;ren Miller A m-i-lin". .eb . F.dw-ird
J. Iluigein Notl. lire. Arthur M
llool. Senttltt Wash.; 'lily W .lame-
son. Portland ni'- ; Anton Ir i ilson.
Mllhiu Wash . Frid .1 Kroomer
lloise Shoe p.end Ida ; l!oy i: pow-
elson Mills ol. oie ; .lames l
pierce Creswell Ore; Julius Wagner
Kin n i ford. Conn; Alflo Lie.irl.
Kureka. Cnl ; James Tiliirm y lilnle
jOro.; Fred M. Lmtow. I.amoine Ce ;
( urllit lilison Miiem lire; Aipna
L Itlce Chntloite. Mich.- Peter A
Auien Jewell ore: Milton Talley.
Fiiloa City. Term.; James j. Hm kli-y
Minneapolis. Minn.: Iiavld II Iten-
toii. Nnrlh Itetid Wash; Charles L
Wiiyne. h'ort Join-i Cm! ; Alexander
C M'-N'nl. Plllsh'irgh. P.i ; lleinvll
PON't IN'l Kli ON PVIK 'I'll It I K
DEPART FROM BELFAST
Suldiers Leave Irish With
Cratefnl KxpressioiH tor
m.irvsr iiciami ici. ni 'i he
bellniii 'l elen upli m.h- Hi ll a party
of Americans nscueil fiom the Ins-
una. took lin iMll of ll.'lfasl Satur-
day afternoon cull aiimiK for tbe
i mi I Ii. i oh 1 1 ii ii i ii k the Telciiraph
t. i s:
'I'lie deiuiiluie of the Americana
was not ueiieralh known else
w crruted tinre an interesi uim
ked iioIIiIiih In fer or
the lord hum or. w ho warmly shook
ban. Is with the ilnpaiiliiK olflrers.
McCaiiiiuoW of Ihe Irish lllfles
Tievloiia to Ihe psrude. Ihe Amerl-
i.ins had been guests nf the Itlfles'
ni yea nts at n smoker ami concert.
4 IicctchI by . Men.
"A the Tiiscniilan "survivors moved
out headed by a band they were
cheered by men of Ihe garrison off
duty. The Americans were quickly
Identified In Hie atreets. The variety
of Ihelr headgear told lis own title
nml the crowds attracted by tha stir-
ring muriliil muslo Increased as they
passed through lheelty to Hie sta-
tion. "Members of tbe Itefnrm club
raised a vigorous cheer as the men
of the Wars and H tripes swung" past
In Ihelr four deep formation and at
another point en route when the
general of tbe 1'lafcer division of re-
serves passing In his motor stopper)
the gen end look the salute."
WRECK NEAR MANGUM
CAUSES TWO DEATHS
Conductor C. B. McGuirie and
Brakeman Killed in Hear
MVNCI'M. Okla. IVb. 10. C. H.
McHiiric. couduclor. slid W. I-'
Pi-own brnkeiitiin were Inslautl)'
killed and their bodies cremated as
Ihe result of n rear-end cni.lslon on
Ihe Wichlla Fall Northwestern line
four miles souHi of this rlly. early this
I Kxlrn freight train No 4 ii'irth-
I bin ml stopped for wnler Just south
or Maiigum and extra Height train
No. fifiX ulso northhoiinil crashed
Into the "rear. Caboosi-e on both trains
I weie tlemollhheil and Hie derailed
woodwork on train No. fit Immedi-
ately caught fire burning the bodies
of Msyim le sod Prow ii. J. W Par-
ser and M. It. lxfton. fireman and en-
gineer on No. 4 suffered the lusn of
a leg and Internal Injnrles respect-
ively. Jack Hrasirr fireman on train
No. 6 5 X suffered a crushed foot. AH
Ihe Injured have been brought to a
Im al hospital.
Knglneer ItiiMey on train No n.lS
raved his life hy Jumping aiistnliiln
a sprained ankle.
AIRPLANE POSTAL SERVICE
MAY COME WHEN WAR ENDS
I oniloii Wrlici' Knts lb lalli-l Plan Has
llccii Woikisl Hut In
flly V. WALTI'.ll I
J.oNIion Fob. I 0 A 1 1 pin ue post a I
service will lit one of tlm fltst Inno-
vations jif pence In F.ugl'iii'1. Tim
problem Is alicidv 'n'li'K '.(liked out
in del ill even to the cost of. posing"
end hours of collei -tio'i and delivery.
It Is also said that wi'hlii the Hi it few
months utler pern e a trans A tlaiitio
lilrpll'lie Hervi' o will be ( "I abllshed.
All filHtie cor liiet'i t 'ell lot. Hint Hi
problem of constructing s inn. blue
for Hans AHin'ic flh:lil I -as bee.i
solved In theoly and mm h I lies 'ihlcll
mild i-ioMs ri.. Atlan'li- et.uld In- limit
lo.lay wit-. II not that the bn; distance
lotsst-H of war'no' miMt .i'i.o ! lu-a.y
Ihe iiiohi Inleifdiim ii'HiT. "f What
I bine he ml if 111."" pen plans Is
il at II has been found poii.t. to nr.
I I. 'me' ttie con (loo ami iicii'-i v oi
b-tieit her yeeu 1 iiii un nml 'IIimoivv
with ion h dlnia' Ii Ihit n ciirre:'iioiii-
i nt In Lou-Inn will b" able to receive
n wr.tten jiii'-wci wlihln tliii winking
Hay. Apl'll'l in 111'' 'ill-bile west this
means that t Kiiiin.is ' " i ( v bus'inss
man will he uble o -ic roj n d inn nt
to St Loin-.. Clii.-aco. Ma.llsoii M.nne-
npolls Stour Falls Omaha Fort
Wcilh. Ti vir'.an t or l.ltrle Hm K
nhen he ic.i. he IIh i f f It e In the
tonrnlng' .-Hid i"i rli. II Ink duly
nigtv before he itn..i home I he esii
liiiit'f po tlai: 1 lor tliii er I c vuilts
out Ht K rents per nun
Slu-rlff nml Dcptnics Killed.
SAFFOItli. Ailx. Feb in .-'hcr.tr
It. F. Mi llll. le tiepwtirs M It Kemp-
ton and Kane Wootan were killed M
John and Torn .Towers allege I slack-
ers today In liie Oaliille in tunit-i ins.
twenty-five tulles iiorth"nst of K Ion-
FOR WIFE'S DEATH
Information ChnrtfiiiK C. II.
Williunis With Murder Filed
Yesterday by Keeves.
DECLARED DEATH ACCIDENT
Investigation by County At-
torney Histiedited Hus-
band's Stoiv of Affair.
I'ollowlnK furlher illsi losin es from
he Invest lita i Ion Into the death of
vlrs N. M VSIIIIams. who was shot
Monday nlk'IH at her home SIH
jorney cIihikIiik him with the mur
T.i.r r I... wir Williams declared
thai Ihe wife allot herself nfier aoci-
shootlng him. l-ater he
Ihe story of Ihe accidental
nml admitted Hint his wife
him during n tpim-rcl. tie
.chnna - ed
maintained that she then conmiiltefl
suicide Ihliiklng she had kill-. I him.
Incoiislsieiicles In the glory told by
Williams led lo an Investigation by
the county attorney
An Investigation waa begun it once
by Ihe cou nly officials who ques-
tioned Williams for several hours
during which an admission wait
gained from Williams thai lilt wife
had not shot him accidentally un both
he and Tun I A lilt another burlier
who waa In Ihe house al Ihe time
sioiitly contended following tha
Took Arrest Calmly.
Williams waa arrested at Ills home.
He had retired for the night and Mr
Ault was slaying wllh him. K. SJ
Macriueen and folios tiff leers Will-
lam lleasley and t. W. Wllkersoit
cit lied at his home and knocked on
the door. Williams answered and
was Informed by the officers tawt
they had bad news for him. He made
I no comment but went to hie room
land dressed. He appeared to take his
arrest calmly and had nothing to any
liesldea chailltig eaauslly with tha of-
fleers on the way to tha polios sta-
tion where he waa held for tha
The alory of Williams and Ault
after the shooting was that Mr.
Williams had accidentally briuhed a
gun off the rortier of a dreaser
which waa discharged the bullet hit-
tins; Williams and Inflicting a fleah
wound. The woman then seised
gun and shot herself they Mid.
KnlrltfcB "lory DotiMrd.
According to tha officer seve.-al
Inconsistencies developed In the
stories on rlose questioning and as
the result of that and other Investi-
gations Informations waa secured art
which to issue a warrant on a charge
of murder It la tha belief uf the
officers that Williams eelted his own
gun. which he said had been Used by
his wife and himself turned II on
Ihe woman. The officers did not
thlMk that Mrs. Williams coull have
fired the' gun In rapid succession and
under the circumstances described hy
Williams n nd Ault.
Kv wiiiiams ia earn to nave retained
an attorney several daya ago. Ills ar-
rest lust night followed new dovelon-
ment In the investigation ronduct'd
by the county attorney's ofHce Into
the dentil of Mrs. Williams.
Williams will he held without ball
until arraigned In one of the Justice
DRIVE FOR WORKERS
STARTS THIS WEEK
F.merjency Fleet Will Attempt
to Eplist a Quarter of
W AHiriN'iTON Feb. 10 -An at-
tcsipt to enlist it least :i quartet of :i
million skilled work men In Its ship
I yard volunteer leserve will lie made
this week by the emergency fleet cor-
poration thru s'.iie councils of de-
fense The week las been designated
as Iti'Klslrnlloii week In every state.
The pin pose of reserve Is to create
n h nly of skilled workers who carT ha
culled for s.inic In the shipyards
when needed. l'he classes of workers
especially sought are: Acetylene and
eleclric'i welders asbestos workora.
I blai ksinii lis. .nmlesmlihs. droi forge
'men. f hinge turners tuiuace men
i boilermak e-M riveters reamers rat p-
I enters ship en r enters dock builders
I shippers and calkers i lectrlcni
I workers e lectric nns wire men. crnno
! opei at. ii s.. foundry workers laborers.
hiflsmen. teiiiplnle maker. Inuchlnlslt
iiind tmichine hands painters pltim'i-
lets plpc'liteis. sheet metil workers.
nippers rutin ship fitters structurai
I lion woikers. erectors bolters up. re
iiiienteis and crane men.
Mc. t lester Hotel flakes
Popcorn Do For Cracker
Spsrlsl In Tks Wnrlil
NoltMAN. okla.. Feb. IV The
first instance thai has conic to the
nttenlion of a hotel set i li g pop.orn
frtr-cricki-rs is the c.e of Ilia Himby
hotel at M. M.ster
The propi ietoi wiote Food Ad-
ministrator linn. Us that for some
time he ha been serving popcorn for
eiackers mi I ii'lut II. is a success lie
slates Dial bi pittnis ti i c palrlotlr
and that thev slate thi-y would be
willing In live only .me meal eacli
day to win the war
ll.i'.'l miu are mailing Ihe link nf
the food ad miu i n rai ion eusler hy
Iheir or iginnllt y " in finding .substl-
. ti . .
piles for the Tie-ids' tnat are neces-
Isir.v for t irivmg on the war They
are a greut ml in epieading the
.spc of food i ..n-ei veUon says the
t food ndmintxt t atur.
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