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TEMMUATORE, 3 p. m.—42 above. 3 a, m—35 above. THE COLUMBIA EEPUBLICAN. Where You Read it First - THE WEATHER. dealing and colder Tues­ day and Wednesday; strong winds. VOLUME c n HUDSON, N. Y., TUESDAY MORNINO, FEBRUARY 7,1922 NUMBER 23 umm MHi mm le m ON wmi On the Seventh Ballot of the Sacred College, He Was Chosen the New Pontiff—Three Years Ago Was a Priest in Vatican—^Re-appoints Cardinal Gasparri Secretary of State—Choice Was Reached at 11:33 o’clock Monday Morning. R o m e , Feb. G—T h ree years ago fthe R e v e r e n t Achilleo R a tti %vas a sim p le p riest in th e V a tican librarj''. Two years ago he h a d risen to be one of th e thousands of B ishops in (the flock of B enedict XV. Bess th a n ii year ago in A p ril lie b e c a m e A rch­ bishop of M ilan. Two m o n ths later he received t h e red h a t and m e m b e r­ ship’ in th e College of Cardinals. Today h e is Pope P ius X I, chosen on th e sev e n th b a llo t o f th e secret co n c la v e to w h ich th e Sacred. C o llege after three clays of fruitleag voting n a m e d h i m th e 2 C ist P o n tiff o f th e R o m a n C a tholic church. Pope Pius XI is 65 years olcl. In contrast to the frail form, of Bene­ dict XV h is as a pow e rful fram e bi’eathing- v italitj' and strength. Noted as an Alpine climber, he has the rug-- ged h e a lth th a t should prove a v a lu ­ able .asset. O b servers look fo r a con tin u a tion o f th e lib e r a l p o licies o f B e n e d ict XV during- th e coming- pontificate. C a r d inal R a t ti, th e n e w P o n tiff, wa.\* a su p p o r ter o f th e G a sparri group in th e Sacred C o llege an d is considered w e ll disposed tow a r d th e Italian g o v ­ ernm e n t, it is b e lieved th a t during h is reign w ill see the b r e a c h betw e e n .the S tate and chu r c h h e a led . P o p e P iu s X I h a s reap p o in ted C a r­ d in a l Gasp-arri h is secreta r y o f state, an o t h e r confirm a tory in d ication th a t th e n e w P o p e w ill cari-y out th e poli- cie.s o f th e la t e pontiff, B e n e d ict X V . R o m e , Fesb. C.— C a rdinal A r c h ille R a tti, a r c h b ish o p o f M ilan, w a s pro cla im e d elected P o p e in su c c e s s ion to th e la t e B e n e d ict X V th is morning-. 3-Ie h a s tak e n th e n a m e o f P iu s XT. T h e th o u s a n d s Avaiting- in fro n t of ■St. P e t e r ’s fo r th e Avlsp o f sm o k e w h ich Avould te l l o f th e electio n o f a new P o p e or th e fa ilu r e o f th e S a ­ cred colleg-e to reach a d e c is ion g a v e n mig-hty- s h o u t a t 11:33 o’clock, w h e n :i thin ivisp of sm o k e cam e from th e ch im n e y lea d in g from th e S istin e cha- ■v.el. It w a s th e n kn o w n th a t th e C a ­ th o lic chu r c 'i had once m o r e a duly fle e t e d p o n tiff. A s soon as th e tw o -th ird s v o t e for (’ardinal Ratti had been veriCied Car­ dinal V a n iiiutelli, as dean o f th e Sa- cred college, arose and proceeded to th e th r o n e o f th e ch o s e n one, acco m ­ panied on eith e r sid e bj- C a r d inals Rogue and Bisletl, respectively dean.s o f th e card in a l p r iests and th e ca r d i­ nal deacons. H e tvas ask e d in L a tin !>y C a r d in a l V a n n u telli i f h e a c c e p t ­ ed th e election to be su p r e m e p o n t if f and th e n e w P o p e a n s w e r e d vvitn th e form a l; “Since it is th e tvill o f God, 1 m u s t obeJ^’' T h e n th e purple can o p ies over th e thrones of th e cardjlnals Avere let doAvn, one b y one u n til on ly th a t OA'er the ne-y p o n t if f rem a in e d . T h is Avas done to sh o w th a t th e Avhole S a c r e d college rendered ob e isan c e to th e ueAV 'h e a d o f the church. .Oean V a n n u telli thereupon asked th e ncAV incumbent w h a t nam e h e ch o s e to tak e during iiis pon tificate and tipoii h is reply, “ P ius f x i ” IMon.signor Sincere, se c r e ­ tary oi th e conclave, A'erified h is ele c ­ tion to th e p a p a l ch a ir. T h e nev/ 1 'ope Avas th e n escorted to th e ante- i-ooi-n Avit^iin th e S istin e ch a p e l. AAdiere lie discarded h is card in a l’s robes, a s ­ sisted by th e conclaMsts, and the pa- I ill \'eFtinents, w lii fla Iiad. been Lelcl in readiness since Ibe opening- of tbe i-onclaA-e, Avere placed upon llilTi. ’r'aese included the white cassock, white sash. Avhite stocking.s, red .slip- per.s, a red and geld m o z z e tta and fi­ n a lly th e sto le of red^ w o r k e d w ith The pontiff fully vested in the pro­ per garb and a c c o m p a n ied by his c.ar- ifn a i?, therenpon miiniecl to tho rhrorte h e had occupied in the Sistine chapel. There the cardinals according’ to tiieir ran k and head e d by V a n n u t e lli iiiade th e ir a c t of ad o r a tion to I-Iis Holines.-^, kissing- first h is feet and tl-r-n hi.s hands, after w h ich th e P o p e received them in em b r a c e and bestOAA^- cd upon th e m h is first ap o s tolic b e - Jiediction. “T h e fish e i- n a n 's ring’’ aats placed on h is fin g e r and h e left th e chapel, I Ilf* Avhole as.sem b ly w e n d in g its Avay tlu-ough th e S a la D u c a le an d th e Sala b’c.gia a lo n g th e L o g g ias to th e Sala < ‘iem e n tin a , th e P o p e 's officia l •resi­ dence. A ll a lo n g th e Avay h e re­ ceived th e h o m a g e o f th e a t ta c h e s w h o served d u r in g th e con c lave. M e a m v h ili th e dean o f th e card i­ n a l d e a c o n f, B isletti, follOAved by se- ' \ral cardinals, repaired to th e cen - t.-al balcony o f St. P e t e r ’s from AAdiieh The election s o f scores o f P o p e s hat-e ■*ecn o f f icia lly p r o c la im e d to th e World and so lem n ly an n o u n c e d to th e vi-ccit cro v d aAvaiting e:cpectantl.v b e ­ low: “I ann o u n c e to our g r e a t jo y th e f ’f'clion of th e p o n t iff.” d’his con.i’in n e d to th e th r o n g s in St. J' c U t ' s siiuare th e elccU o n Avhich had been indicated l>y the thin strea m o f w h ite .sm o k e w h ich cam e from the n .eta l sto v e pipe projectin g from th e i-oof o f th e .Si.stine ch a p e l Avhen the \o t i n g p a p e r s of the fin a l b a llo t were, biirned. M e a n w h ile P o p e Pillg X I aftCT w a it ­ in g for som e m o m e n ts in th e O lem in- tin e h a lp .liad le f t fo r St. P e t e r 's ae- •em p a n ied by th e m e m b e r s -of t h e Sa-^ cred college. A rriving a t th e balco­ ny a t th e en tran c e inside the cath e ­ dral, he raised his h a n d and bestowed upon th e m u ltitude his first public benediction. T h e n he retu r n e d to the Vatican w h e re, although reigning, the Popes have rem a ined v irtu a l pri; ers until th e ir deaths. R e p o r ts .were cu r r e n t, last night th a t th e new IPope had been chosen out t h a t out of deference for A m erica the announcem e n t Avould be deferred u r t i l the arrival of C a rdinal O’Connell of B o s t o n th is morning\. P r e la t e s and dig-nitaries o f th e church w e re openly -discussing last night a rep o rt th a t C ardinal O'Con­ n e ll b e fore lea v in g th e tTnlted S tates had cabled his desire (Some Avenl’ even so fa r as to say an u ltim a tum ) th a t th e P n it e d S tates be rep r e s e n ted in the conclave. It Avas sa id there Avere som e fin a n c ial matters to be arrang­ ed, and th a t C a rdinal O’C o n n e ll bore a m e s s a g e to th e Sacred college, d e li­ very and d iscussion o f Avhich m igh t n e c e s s ita t e p o s tp o n e m e n t of the elec­ tion ann o u n c e m e n t. I t Avas a striking- scen e as P o p e P iu s m a d e his first ap p e a r a n c e a t the front o f St. P e ter's. J\s h is h o lin e s s gaA-i the benediction the troops assembled th e r e p r e s e n ted arm s AA-liile t h e croAA’^d ch e e r e d th e n e w p o n tiff. B o r n e, F e b . 6.— C a r d inal O’Connell, arch b ish o p o f B o s ton arrh-ed in R o m e a t 12:40 o’clo c k th is aftern o o n , i h o u r a f t e r th e nCAV P o p e had bei elected. N a p les, F e b , 6— C a rdinal O’C onnell ai’chb ish o p o f B o s ton , arrived in N a ­ p les on board th e stea m e r P r e s id e n t W ilson from N e w \y-ork a t 6:30 o’clock th is m o r n ing’. -He le f t im m e d iately for R o m e on a sp e c ia l train as a g u e s t of th e Ita lia n goATrnment. The h a r b o r authorities dispatched a launch to m e e t the steam e r to take of tbe prelate and facilitate his tran s ­ fer to the train for Rome. C a rdinal O’Connell rcceiA'cd a cor­ d ial greeting- from th e p o p u lace and officials. All custom s and passport form a lities Avere Avaived. L o n d o n , F e b . 6.— ^Cardinal TSatti. AA*^as elected Pope by receiving 38 Amtes in the conclav'e o f th e Sacred college, says a Central News dispatch from- B o rne th is afternoon. SEVEN HURT AS ONE MAN CAR HITS TAXI A lbany, Feb. 6— Crashing’ in to a sta lled taxi ill AvliiQb seven p e r s o n s Avere retu r n in g to th e ir h o m e s a fter a social, a on e -m a n U n ite d 'T r a c t io n car, drh'cn bj' M o torm a n L o u is D. P h e lp s o f 17 H ig h street, sm a s h e d th e rear o f th e taxi and caused in ­ ju r ies to a ll seA’en occupants. AndreAV G a g n o n o f 22S South Peai-1 street, drn'er of th e taxi, exp lain e d th a t a ch a in on th e rear Avheel b e ­ cam e loose and aaus - en tan g led in th e sp o k e s o f th e Avheel and th e axle, fo r c in g h im to stop. On th e tro lley ’s approach, h e ran one h u n d r e d feet south in th e KeuAvood road an d sig ­ n a lled for th e car to stop, but the m o torm a n paid no he-ed to him , G a g ­ non declared. BOSTON TO BATTLE FOR 5-CENT FARE P.oston, Feb. C— lles-foration of tho 5-cent fare for street car rides Avith- in th e lim its o f th is city w ill ))c- sou g h t of th e L e g islatu r e at once. Mayor James M. C’u’.’lo.v' announced in h i s In a u g u r a l addre.ss to d a y . T h e present u n i t fa r e is te n cen ts, w i t h some short hauls on a fi\'e-cent basis. T h e m a y o r recom m e n d e d th e crea­ tion of a m u n icipal em p lo.vm e n t bu ­ reau “as a m e a n s of aid in g th e serv ­ ice m a n to m a in tain h is A m e r ican in ­ d e p e n d e n c e and h is fa m ily AA'ithout aid from th e m u n icip a lity.” H e said th a t an alarm in g in c r e a s e in the costs of th e sold iers’ relief departm e n t re­ flected n e g lect by fedei-al au th o r ities. H e called upon th e Ijegislature to cease “undue, umA'arranted and tin- AATlcome in t e r feren c e Avitli B o s ton in th e conduct o f its OAvn biisincs.s.” G irl A ccu.-es Govex-m^j-. Jackson, Mias., Fob. G — flnit for ?100,000 ch a r g in g sed u c tion , Avas filed a g a in s t G o v e r n o r L e e M. B u s s e ll of IM ississippi to d a y by M iss F r a n c e s C. B irkhead, form e r em p loye. 1'he suit AA'as filed in tho U n ited S tates district GUDOOCKLOSES IN WRESTIINGBOOT N oav Y o rk, F e b . G— E a r l Caddoc-k, th e ex-soldier, m ade a desperate try to A\dn back h is old title o f w o r ld ’s cham p ion Avrestler in a th r e e - f a ll bout Avith Stanislaus Zbyszco in the G a r­ den M o n d a y nig-lit. T h e loAV'a farnx ,bo3' w o n one fa ll, th e secon d , but Zbyszco flopped him for the ilrat and third, both ra ilin g fali.s, and retained th e title. P a d d o c k Aveighed IfiO and the Pole 283. POPE PIUS Xl„ THE MEW PONTIFF WESARMS CONFERENCE AS Presi(3ent Declares Treaties Show Powers’ Conscious­ ness of Peace and the Fu­ tility of War. AYashington, F e b . C— T h e h isto r y ­ m a k in g co n f e r e n c e on th e lim itation Of armaments and Far Eastern ques­ tions came to its end today Avith the signing of treaties and a fareAA’ell ad ­ dress by P resident H a rding. AVitli its w o rk characterized by M r Harding- as “the first delibex'ate and effective expression of gi-eat powers, in the consciousness of peace and of AAjar’s u t t e r futility,” the g reat con­ ference w e n t to its niche of his his­ tory to aAA’^ait th e judgm e n ts and de­ velopm ents of the future. T h e trea ties sign e d Avere th e R o o t “fou r p o in ts,” th a t d e a lin g Avith C h i­ n e s e tariff, th e p a c t lim itin g naA’al Strength, an d th a t reg u la tin g poison g.ns a'nd su b m a r in e Avarfare. . In the g reat assem b ly iiall of the Liaug'hters’ of tiie A m erican R e v o lu­ tion, AAdiere all its open sessions haA'e been held, tho delegates of the nine nations assem b led, m a rched in tu rn to a space a t th e g reat green baize table and affixing their signatures to treaties and agreements Avliicli are all parts ot' tli.e structure Luilt to lift from a Avar- avo m avo rid th e b u r d e n Of excessiA'e naval armaments, to p'ro- m o t e th e p e a c e dC t h e P a c ific, to give a n w bill of rights to China, and to remoA'e from the' F lu ’ E a s t p a r ticu ­ larly the clou d s of w a r . And as each delegation aflixed sig­ natures as p len ip o ten tiaries p led g in g th e h o n o r of th e ir resp e c tive nation s to the goofl faith of tlie settlements agreed upon, th e grexxt axxdience ex-^ pi-essed the hopes of the Avorld in its' loud and prolonged applaii.se. th e con c lu s ion o f th e cerem o n y b f sin g in g President H a rding d e liv o r - h i s addres.'!, fo r m a l l y c lo s in g th e c o n f e r e n c e a s h e foi-m a lly h a d o p e n e d i, little m o r e th a n tAvelve A’/e e k s \ t I ic P i- e s id e n t, a s h e re a d slcAAdy fro m h i s m a n u s c r i p t , frequeiA tly Avas halted by bursts of applause. H e fin­ ished speaking at 11.10 o’clock and th e n delegates and spcctatoi-.s boAved th e ir h e a d s as a benediction was pro­ nounced. T h e r e Avas long applause Avhen P i-esident H a r d in g d igressed to say AAdAiile th e settlem e n t of th e F a r E a s t ­ ern qne-stion Avas n o t o f direct im ­ p o r t to th e U n ited S t a t e s “Ave rejoice in com m o n w ith th e Avorld th a t un- derstaxxding- h a s been reach e d .” A s the P r e s id e n t nam e d th e A m e r i­ can d e leg a tes and th a n k e d th e m for th e ir serviee-s to tho nation, th e r e Avas ap p lau s e a t th e m e n tion of each d e leg a t e ’s nam e . T h e r e Avas m o r e ap p lau s e Avhen th e P r e s id e n t th a n k e d th e AdA'isory C o m m ittee for its sei-\'- A t th e con c lu s ion of th e P r e s id e n t’s address, th e entire p a r ty stood and applaxided AA’h ile th e oxecutiA'c toolc h is seat. As th e app'lause died atvay, the Rev A b e r n a th y step p e d foi'Avard and p r o ­ nou n c e d th e benediction. \M ay it be in th e h e a r t of every nation and eA’ery m a n ,” he beseeched, “to h a s t e n th e bringing of th e era of good AVill.” APPROPRIATION BILL DUE SOON Measure Expected in Legisla­ ture Next Week— Liver­ more Bill to be Reported. Albany. Feb. 6.— S p e a k e r Machold, announced to-'day th a t the annual appropriation bill would be introduc­ ed. in the I/Cgislature a week from to ­ night. This is the earliest date th a t this im p o rtant m e a sure has ever been presented. I t is believed th a t th e bill AAdll cai'iw ab o u t $10,000,000 less than last year, and nearly .$20, 000,000 less than the appropriations during the last j'ear o f foi-mei- Govei-noi- S m ith ’s administration. In d ication s are th a t th e Livei’m o r e bill prov'iding for dual rep r e s e n tation on county com m ittees w ill b e rep o r t­ ed out of co m m ittee th is Aveek. T h e sp e a k e r d e c lared th a t h e Avas in fa­ vor of th e bill in its presen t form an d asAV no need for an y am e n d m e n ts W h ile th e w o r d “fem a le” is n o t used in th e bill it is un d e r s tood th a t purpose is to provide for a w o m a n as Avel! as a m a le rep r e s e n tative in each election district. T h e re are D e m o c rat m easures along sim ilar lines can*ying the dual representation plan in the state com ­ m ittee. In all of the D e m o c ratic bills the words “m ale and fem a le” are used, and it is thought t h a t this Avoi-d- ing m akes them unconstitutional^ as class legislation. W h ile the Liverm o re bill seeks double the personnel of county com ­ m ittees, the actual increase in A lbany county would not double wliat it is to- day if voting: m a c liin e s a r e purcliased in tlie city oi' A lbany. Wi-tli the- ma- chines, a' reapportionment of the city* election disti'icts w o u ld b e n e c e s s a r y and it is thought that the present 134 election districts in Albany Avould be cut dow n to n o t moi'e tiiah 80. One of the last 'iinpoi’tant acts of the retirin g Bepublican- - a d m in istra­ tion in the city w a s td-pi-ovlde for ?S0,000 hoild iSSUQ.: fo ./;S6GUi’e voting m a c h in e s for the'AACKoie city. M a y o r H 'ackett in his cam p a ign, also fa-v-ored the use of voting niac-hines. BATTLING NELSON TOO CHIVALROUS; JAILED Chicago, Feb. 6—-fPiie chivalrous proclivities of Oscar M atthew Nelson, popularly knOAvn as B a ttling Nelson, the prize fighter,, j-esterday landed him in a cell in a police station, Avlicre he AA^as held several hours ’oe- foi’e he Avas identified and bail Avas offered for h is i-eiea.se. Nelson told the police he Avas pass­ ing a h o u s e A\’hen he heard a baby crj'ing and a Avoman scream ing. H e said h e entered the liou s e and saAv a m a n slapping- a AA’om an. “B e tter use discretion ,” N e lson iold the m a n , and th e latter agreed. T h en N e lson said an o th e r m a n slaptK d th e AA'oman and N e ls o n m a d e him stop. N e ls o n said th e p o lice p a trol arrived about th is tim e and th e entire party Avas talcen to th e p o lice station. FATTY^S THIRD TRIAL SET FOR MARCH 3RD San F r a n c isco, F e b . G— R.oscoe ‘F a t t y ” A r b u c k le Avill go on trial a th ird tim e for m a n slaughtei'. M arch 3rd. T h is date A\^as fixed today by Judge Harold Loiiderbaclt when the lieavi^ v e igh t com e d ian ap'peared b e ­ fore him . 'I'he date- w a s su g g e s ted by Gavin McNab, Arbuckle's chief coun­ sel, and concurred, in by State C o u n - H H February Term Convened Here Monday — Eleven New Citizens Were Admit­ ted by Court. F rom opinions expressed by ottor- neys yesterday w h en th e F e b ruary term of the Suprem e C o u rt convened here, they do not believe the term Avill be a long one. 'These opinions were expressed afte r the call of tho calendar. W h ile counsel had their cases m a rked fo r specific dates quite freely, -there w e re not m a n y ready for i-mmedia-te trial. In fact no cases dem a n d ed th a t J u s tice H o w a rd snould (Continued on page two) ANNAGOmDSURTS SUIT FOR DIVORCE P a r is, F e b . 6— T h e D u c h e s s de T a l­ leyrand, fol’m e rly A n n a Gould, has filed fir.st papers for chyorpe from the D u k e it b e c a m e kn o w n h e r e y e s ter- N e a r iy tw o w e e k s ago th e D u c h e s s told th e D u k e th e y could no longer live togeth e r and im m e d iately visited a ju d g e o f o n e o f th e P a r is courts Avith th e in t e n t io n of lega lizin g sep a ­ rate h a b it a tio n s fo r th e m under an agreem e n t by Avhich she offered th e D u k e 100,00 fran c s annually. The D u k e , h o w e v e r , Avrecked th e p r o c e e d ­ in g s by' g o in g on a trip to’ G erm anjq from w h ich h e h a s not j’et returned. R e p o r ts m a d e by th e d e t e c t ives & n - ployed by th e D u c h e s s of th e D u k e ’s beh a v ior sin c e h is arrival in G er­ m a n y h a v e caused h e r to decide, it is Since h e r first conversation Avitli the judge i;egarding a separation, the Duchess has not left h e r C h ateau du M arais in the D e p a rtm e n t of Oise, but has instructed a firm of F ranco- Am erican law y e rs to begin proceed­ ings im m e d iately for an absolute di­ vorce. D u r in g th e la s t tAAm w eeks the rela- tiATS of th e Talleyrands have en d e a v ­ ored to bring- the p a ir together again, th e D u c h e s s M o ixtm o rency, Avho is the D u k e’s sister-in-law , being esp e c ially en e r g e tic in this undertaking, as it was h e r in terven tion last year th a t th e couple decided not to stir up a n ­ oth e r scandal. T h is tim e , how e v e r , even the Duchess de Montmoi*ency apparently AA^as unable tO hold the Duke in line. Anna Gould’s first m a r r iage Avas to C o u n t B o n d i de CastellanCj, a cou ­ sin o f h e r p r e s e n t husband, wl'.ich took p lace in N etv Y o r k M a rch 4, 1895. T en y e a r s later, after a se n ­ sation a l divorce suit, th e C o u n tess o b ­ tained- a divorce in P a r is and AA*^as given th e cu s tod y o f th e ir th r e e c h il­ dren. H a r d ly h a d th e ex c it e m e n t o-l-er th e proceeding's subsided w h e n h e r -engagem e n t to th e D u k e de T a l­ leyrand AA'-as announced. T n e r e Avas som e doubt as to Avhether th e , m a r ­ riage Avould tak e p lace ow in g to the op p o s it ion of th e C a th o lic church, w h ich AA'ould n o t san c tion an o th e r m a r r iage of th e form e r M iss G o u ld a f t e r sh e h a d obtained a divorce. >POUGEIUUED RTWRIAHMIIB Seventeen Killed; !at Chauri- Chaura—^ n d i Uives His. Terms for G h a n ^ g Policy London, Feb. 6—^A mob of 2,000 Indian Nationalist volunteers, and vil­ lagers attacked the police officers at Chauri-Chaura on February 4 and killed the entire staff of officers, the watchman, and eight armed police, says a telegram received by the India office here today from the British com­ missioner at Gorakpur, in the north­ east section ' of the united provinces. The police officers were bume-d, and the bodies of those killed were strip­ ped and burnedi says the telegram. Two of the volunteers were killed and several wounded. Chaui'i-Chaura is 15 miles south- -west of Gorakpur, on the Bengal Northwe.stern Railway, the interven­ ing country contains largely a jungle population, entirely Hindu and ex­ tremely fanatic/il. The Indian office communique de­ scribing- tbe event characterizes the situ a t ion a s verj*- serious. -A subsequent message gave the number of police officials lullecl seventeen—two sub-inspeetors of po­ lice, and fifteen constables. M. K. Gandhi, - n on-co-operationist leader, has sent a manifesto to Lord Reading’, the 'viceroy, saying he prepared to abandon his aggressive policy under certain conditions.., says a Bombay dispatch today to the E x ­ change Telegraph Company. Gandhi sent his manifesto from Tahsi, District of Surat, says the dis­ patch, and offered to give up his ag­ gressive plans if his followers Avho are imprisoned or under trial for non Violent actm ties are released, and if the press is i-eleased from adminis­ trative control, AVitli the restoration of fines and forfeitures. , G a n d h i added that, if th is is done, th e Avhole situ a tio n w ill be considered afresh. AGENTS.SEIZED LIQUOR BUT RUNNERS ESCAPED Albany^ Feb. 6.—Pi’ohibition agents of the Troy office reported last night that they ha-ci seized lour automohileg and 60 0 cxuai-ts of liquor from boot- leggei’S betAvee-n L a k e G e o r g e and th e C a n a d ian border on -fiiaturclay and Sunday, b u t th a t in each case th e “booze runners” escaped in cars Aviiich folloAved th o s e carryin g the li- , The liquol’ Ava.s first stored In .a Itxrmer’s barn, a.ncl wbile tbe ag’ents Went to Rouses Poin-t, the bootles'gers returned and demanded' that the farmer tui'n the liquor over to them, but he refused. L a ter the liquor Avas taken to -Elizabethtown and stored in t h e c o u n t y c o u r t h o u s e th e r e . GREEN ISLAND BUZE DID $75,000 DAMAGE G r e en Island, Feb. C— M o re than .$75,000 estim a ted dam a g e resulted from one of the biggest fire.s in the loi-y of th is place. T h e fire Ava.s a large Avarehpuse at th e A\-est end L a f a y e t t e street, OAvned by E . E. D a r lin g and com p a n y of T-rojx The con ten ts Avere to t a lly destroyed. The building- and parts of th e con ten ts Avere covered by insurance. The los,s inclu d e s a large q u a n tity of arm y goods. APPEAL BODDY CASE. Ossinin.g, Feb. 6.— L u ther Boddy, N e g r o sla y e r of P o lice D e t e c t n 'es W il­ liam IMiller and F r a n c e s J. B u c k lej- b r o u g h t to th e death cell here last w e e k , began tod a y a iieAV lease on life, for W a r d e n LeAAus E . LaAves had bee.n served w ith legal notice of appeal, au ­ to m a tica lly sta y in g th e execution w h ich had been set for M a rch 13th. noddy lias filed an appeal for a new ls . . trial on th e gi-oun-d th a t the testim o - j Mi conceiriing the shooting of P a trol­ m an Jasper Rhodes, a Negro, AAaas il­ legally admitted at his trial f( O E N u n G O ie Under-iClothing Found in Dead Director’s Rooms Said to Lfeve Furnisli^ - Best Clue to the Police. MONET MOST RE CERTAIN. SATS PRES. HARDING W a shington, Feb.— 6 T h e bonus bill lo m e e t approval of th e adm inis­ tration m u s t contain provisions for raising necessary funds w h e n it pa.sses Congress and th e funds m u s t be cei-- tain. President Tlarding coiiA-eyed this infoi’m ation to Congressional leaders a t a W h ite H o u se conference late Monday. His insistence tliat tbe provisions for obtain-ing funds must be sucli that thei-e can be no cioxibt th a t they Avill be forthcom ing if taken. The money m u st actually be in sight., the P resi­ dent held. Tho rex'enue m u s t be raised in a m a n n e r th a t easily can be born by the people, he stated. PERSONAL REGISTRY NEW GOIINTRY FLAN Albanj-, Feb. 6.— P roposed am e n d ­ m ents to the constitution introduced in th e legislature to -n ig h t by the De­ m o c ratic leaders in senate and assem ­ bly AAdll require th a t all A’oters places of few er th a n 5000 population m u s t register personally, the sam e as cities, instead of the ixresent sys­ tem of enrollm ent by officers in charge of registry. Genator W a lker an-d Assem b lym an Donohue, the De- moci-atic leaders, in announcing the proposed, amendments said: \ T h e -ru r a l s e c t i o n s o f th e s t a t e honeycombed Avith the finest of hig'hwai's in the union. Every mei’ has his motor car; it is easj^ to get to the Ad-llage and the period of i-egistration is n o t a t a time when farm Avork is so urgent as to preclude personal attention to that duts*-. “T h e p la n o f en r o llm e n t Avhich no-cv prevails quite generally In the rural d i s tr i c t s is w o r s e th a n a fa r c e . T h e n a m e s a r e co p ied y e a r a f t e r y e a r a n d bear only partial relation to the ac­ tu a l q u a l i f ie d v o ters. W e a r e re lia b ly in f o r m e d th a t - i n a c e r t a i n ru r a l d i s t r i c t one m a n is c a r ­ rie d on th e re g i s t r a t i o n -lists\ AAdio h a s n o t re s id e d th e i 'e in tA v e n ty-seven y e a r s , a n d a n o t h e r h a s b e e n d e a d fca* six y e a r s . W e a l l OAA^e i t to th e sta t e to take eATr-y precaution for the pro­ tection of every- honest votei- and for tile preA'ention of fraudulent voting.” MONASTERY LOOTED; HOUSES RED SOLDIERS Serg'iyeA'O, R u s s ia, Feb. 6— T h e $300,000,000 treasury of th e C a the­ dral of th e T r inity M o n a s tery of St Sergius h a s disappeared. R e d soldiers noAV use as bari'acks th e build in g s of AA*hat AA’as once th e rich e s t and m o s t fam o u s con v e n t of all th e Russia-s, .saA'e p o s s ib ly th a t at KieA-. B u t five m o n k s -are le f t in th e m o n a s tery. F if t e e n have rem o v e d a m ile and a h a lf d istant to th e C h u r c h of G e thse- m a n e , a t ChernigoA’skaj'a,, Avhere ihcA’ till the soil. The other monks AA'ho lived at this mecca, to which yearly cam e 100,000 pilgrims, have been .scatRred. Mi*.s Obeiicliixiix’s Trial Opens. Los Angelos, Feb. 6—Tlie trial of M a d a lynne O b e n c h a in, ac c u s e d o f th e m u r d e r o f J. B e lto n K e n n e d y , h e r former SAveetlieart, Avas on the th e calendar of th e superior court here m u r d e r o f M iller, i., .ji laatey today. Los Angeles, Feb. G —A pale pSnkr nightgoAvn o f - f lim s y - s ilk , positively\' Identified as th e pi-operty of a certain, fam o u s movie- star,, whose n s r a e isr. closely guarded by th e police,\ m a Y m ean th e ai-rest of th e slayer of \Wil­ liam Desm o n d Taifior, m o v ing p ictu r e director, is n o t fa r off. It is said, th a t the s t a r to w h o m the nightgown, is said to belong is n o t a comedienne. It w a s in a dresser draw e r of one ofi Taylor’s bedrooms, according to the- Negro valet of the curectoL A poliee detective l.rouglxt the nightgown to< police headquarters today with posi­ tive identification, of its owner. Los Angeles, Feb. 6 —Jealousy, po­ lice and private detectiA'\es re p o r t e i today, h a s directed search for a p rom ­ inent young New Y o rk m an, form e ilsr engagea lo one ef the stars of film- dom, on suspicion th a t h e h a s guilty Icnowledge of th e m u r d e r ' of W illiant D e sm o n d ’J’aylor. 'riiis suspected wa.s reported todaY to have checked out of a hotel iierfe on th e day the m u rd e r w a s com m it­ ted and left th e city th e n e x t afte r ­ noon, Investigators believe he h e a d ­ ed for San \Diego and, possibly crossed, into Mexico. H is nam e is v/itlilield by th e police. The actress to w h o m this su s p e c t w a s a t one tim e engaged w a s a close, friend of th e slain director an d in; th is friendship investigators see a, possible m o tive of jealousy. L e tters w r it ten b y M a b e l Norm an-L lo T a y lor, reported m issin g sin c e th e - m u r d e r , and eAddence con c e r n in g th e p r e s e n c e for six m o n t h s at le a s t cC a w o m a n ’s p in k silk nightgoAAm in. t h e Tai'Ior b a c h e lor apartm e n t, liaA'e a d d ­ ed Interest to th e case. H e n ry PeaA-’ey, the Negro housem aix (Continued on page two) PAULINE FREffiRICK WEDS SEATTLE MAN L o s A n g e les, Feb. 6— P a u lin e Fred­ erick, the picture star, was mai-riecL here Saturday iiiglit under the jiame of Blanche Liblxey, it .is learned. She- was married to Dr Charles jVlton Rutherford, \OTaltliy Seattle, Wash., physician. He gave his age a s 4T AAdlile • Mii3S F r e d e r ick said hex* a-ge* w a s 57. K n o w led g e of tb e m a r r iage escaped th e p u b lic because M iss F i-ed - erick w a s not recognized u n d e r heir OAvn nam e . She Avas form e r ly th e AAdfe o f W illard M ack, th e playAA’-iiight,, and th is is h e r th ird m a r r iage. S h e is one of th e highest^ s a laried starA iix pictures. S0LO21CARSAT HUDSON AUTO SNOW Crescent Garage Set Kevv^ Record for Sales at the Show Last Week. Bo\bert L . T i n k e r , p i 'o p r i e t o r Of fh-y C r e s c e n t Garage, 752 Wan-en street. announced yesterday that during- the* automo-hile sho-w a t tixe State ArniorAf- last. Aveek, tAA’-enty-one eax-s were sold. The following is th e list of auto shoA-r Essex—C larence -tlarvey, G e r m a n ­ tow n , coach; E d g a r D . \Wagh-burn L in lith g o , coach ; Edwar-d E . -C-oon.- Ghent, coach; Charles W. Phelps.. ClA atham , to u r i n g . .Studebaker—Alvin A. Rhed.er, H u d ­ son, touring; William J. MuldowneAL -Hudson, touring-; C arroll D. hliller„ Hudson, touring; E. D rum m , H u d ­ son, sedan; M yron H. F u n k , Slotr^’. dlle, touring; Miss M a rgaret McB-wen Lebanon Springs, touring; H a rokli M inton, Stottville, touring. Hudson—Philip Martin, Hudson, speedster; Louis W a rsher, Hudson* sedan; Evieias Ten Broeck, HtLa.spn.' sedan; E. L. H ardei', Hudson, sp e e d -' stei’^ EdAvin A. Clum, Linlithgo, tour^-' Chevrolet— ^YVilliam W. Tanne'-..' stottville, sedaxx; Fi-ank M o o re,' M ei- lenville, sedan; E. S. P e terson, C h a t­ ham , touring; H a n ford B rothers, Claverack, deliA'ex-y. FINGER CUT OFF BY BUZZ-SAW K indei'hook, ' F e b . 6 ---- Edward. G o o d e n u g li su f fered a very p a in fu l accid e n t last Pi-iday at th e N e w c o m - estate on B r o a d street. K in d e r - hook,. W h ile ad ju s t in g a b e lt on th e igine o f a lai'gt^tbuzz-saAV', it slip ­ ped back, severing- a fin g e r a n d part of th e thum b o f Mr G o o d e n o u g h 's hand. H e w a s treated hy a lo c a l p h y ­ sician and is a t h is h o m e on B r o a d Street. He has been employed for very ixiaixy years at th e Nev,'com er place, having- b e e n thex-e from a boy, toeing- em p loyed th e r e Avhen th e estate w a s ned toy th e late .Aaron J. T a n d e r — poel, of K inderhook.

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