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VOL XXXV. Ino. 92

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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SU'NDAY, JANUARY 25, 1925>

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[N91 ISCUSISGale Wrecks Balloon Attemlpt
To Observe Eclipse From Air;
STON NOINAIONClouds HinderWatchers He
TO I]P EM [ CUU T IDue to the wrec(king of the racing Ci ~dge n li ( " I carater of the
TO S PRE E G U~balco inwhad PifWJstudied frornthe photographs.
DEBATE I I)I1C MEN .1 Ats lfIN; tory', intended observing yesterday's, fre seriously with the view obt,
LEVELL2ED)'AGAINST solar eclipse, the project had to be by thousandis of Anti Arbor cit
WHEELER abandoned. Professor Hussey, withj andl University students, who wat
Judge Henry S. Hiulbert of Detroit, the progress of the eclipse
q.T10N DE.FERRED was rushed to the Smith observatory smoked glasses, they did hinder
of Hobart college, at Geneva, New work of the obs>ervatory, accordir
York, and set up their instrum e nts in officials, as a b~right, clear slIo t b i n .L a e s Con c 1 0 P e -it n o ma e o s r ai n r m t a
liopabliaiiLeadrs oiifr Wth Ire~- Pont.ecessary for best results.
ideit--tone Summnoned to on.i Mr. N. T. Mtletalf, a member of
ite House I The balloon, which was to have1 staff of the observatory, who had
-- Ibeen piloted by Ralph Upson. racing! to l3ayfieldl, Ontario, in the zoo
Watshington, Jan. 24.--{By A. d (river, was wrecked In a 45 mile gale totality, to obtain pIictulres or
before it ascended. No one was hurt. corona, reported taking six exp)os
Disusson t'thenomnaionof t- Photographs of the phienoinenoi, from one-fou rtb of a second tI
f orney-General Stone as Supreme taken at the observatory here by Prof. .econdls in length. Other mteni
court. justice broke out soddenly to- R.H. . Curtiss were generally satisfac-l of the obser vatory staff' had not
day in the Senate, both in open and I toryr, although the best pictures could heard from last night.
i~xci~tie sssonbu dei~i~o: s t inot be obtained due to the clouds that Reports from observatories in
exectiv sesio, bu deh~ir~ s t obscured the view. Nine exposures; bath of the eclipse var~y, cloudls

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the next cst(P) Withf respect to it wasI were taken from live seconds to one- dering ]Prepa~rations useless at some
(eferred until Monday.; tenth of a second in duration. The I points, while others announced that
after a rule had been involred to character of the light around the sun's; (Continued on Page Two)
close the door of the Senate, there
tion of the departnment of justice i
woving to reek a n indictment against
:senator Wheeler, Democrat, Montna BU I O T L nI I S [ o
inf the District of Columbia in .'onnzec.- 4 f~lPT~P
tion with the case in which },.c has O H b~ HE I [ n i L~
been indicted in his hone state.ON F S I C E , PN S 9 L T
Leaders said that during the hzour
of more or less formal discussion of Scholar Will Lecture Tontorrow On Txt of'Treaty 11ust Be Exaiiiiined by
this matter, these two propositions1 Spiritual Anicestry of Senators Before Fiumal
were put forward: (1) to defer action Thuliheatloit
%pending an inquiry into the new ef-
frstinitSntrWelran;( to send the nominations back to WILL BE ILLUSTRATED) SENATE REI SPONSIBLE
the judiciary committee with a viewj
t0 'calling Mr. Stone for a statemencztl Dr Lauro Do Bosis, or the Royal Uni-j Waslainglon, Jan. 21.---(Py A. P.)---
regarding the action of the justice de- versity of Rome, who will deliver a Uni- The original American treaty be-
partmient. vriylcuet we eftthe Lunitol States and Cubha ced-
verit letu-eon "Bonito Mussolini
4 u tfsr S theSenate d . z Kansas, and ther e eao ntc Isle of Pinei to the latter coon-
CurisKasas an oherReul canl and Ilis Spiritual Ancestry" at 4:15 try slo st. An iounceneent to this ef-
leaders, calledl at the White I louse to: o'clock tomorrowv in natural Science fect was miado in the Senfate today by
acquiaint President Coolidge with the Auditoriumz, bears with him on his; Senat or ( neland, D~emocrat, New
situation. Th'ley said afterwards that! Amer'ican lecture tour, words of pra- Yorh, who s id a search of the files of
no 'conclusion had been reacli d. the stat" dwi'artmnent h.ad failed to re-
After this conference Mr. Stone was ; rm mn ~rmnn tla veal it.

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at Madisoni. Madizsoux, is., Jan. 24.--With the! judgment. I pledge my support toI
IIsele,,tion of George Little football !AMttle and the department," DEBT SETTLEIVENT
I Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 24.-- 1 i I Ryan :Said, "It is a splendid choice. -
(By A. P.)-Ohio State defeated coach of Alichigan as director of ath- .Ine.
f I isine. lie is young, energetic, has; IND)ICATIONS OF DEIHUNITE P"AY.
Northwestern here tonight 21-17 4letics at Wisconsin university Badger a forceful personality, and will do a 11IENT SU GGESI0ONS
in a fast, hard fought game. athletic authorities are confident that great many things for Wisconsin, es-" LACKING~
Both teamis put up a great de- a new era in the history of Badger pecially in football."
Ifensive battle, Ohio forcing ; athletic activities will present itself.; The football question will first beMEETS KELLOGG
I Northwestern to make most of I Little will bring Wisconsin's football settled by little when he arrives, ac-
its shots from the middle of the standing to an enviable position, is cording to Prof. J. F. A. Pyre, chair-
Ifloor. The half ended withiI he unanimous opinion of the athletic mno h tltccucl Doubtful If Ambassador Will Ope
Oho eadig 3-.oho tae had."The matter of a, football coach will N egotiations P rior to
Iforwards broke through the I on
IPurple defense repeatedly forf; The new Badger director will re- I be handled in whatever way he wantsMrc4
Ishort shots. ceive fullest co-operation, and en- to handle it and the situation will be,
thusiasm is overflowing among the worked out between Little and local1 Washington, Jan. 24.-(By A. P.)-
-ol__________________ tdent body and alumni in prepara- authorities when he arrives," Pyre de- Arrival in New York today of Emile
tion for his welcoming here. Dr. W. clared.+ Daeschner, the new French ambassa-
Cure? Gs 14/ar i. lleanwell, Badger basketball men- o Badger officials view the selection!1st htdvlomnswt ea
tor, who ve with Little for his nw1o Little as a. solution to the athletic doasere to ar eeospectswnthre
6'atalog ued i t position, and JTack Ryan, football coachc problem, which has been in a constant{
N ati nal eet hene man highly. +Commenting o ing last season. Little will begin his war debts may be expected to follow
LtlMeanwell saidl,"The authorities ! duties as soon as he can arrange his . assumption of his post in Washing-
have selected an athletic director aft- affairs at Ann Arbor. Hle will make a! ton.
Washington, ,ia'n. 24,--Closing its ei a long search and discussion. They, trip to Madison, in a few days to dis- i Surface indications that the new
undoubtedly have exercised their best cuss the athletic situation.! ambassador has any dlefinite projects
seve day meeinghere (luingwith regard to the French debt to put
which there were heard more than a T iln ir forward at this time are lacking.
score of speakers, :including President ! W~~fI U lu~lithu question administration ofli-
C.'oolidge, the national conference ons jO I cTiIals ~ ~ fidII UILL would welcome any definite sug-
th a s n u e f w r t d y a I gestions from France w ith regard to J R S O T 1, 8 S I g 1- e t s t l m n l n n v e f
op~tedl a list of "Cures," v:hich include W R D r jl TO S VET M E recent remarks in the French_ chain-"'R D C U T O S 11 m
the outlawry of war, adherence of the be uui l r of deputies, however, and the re-
United States to the World couirt on a _ I ply made by Senator Borah in tho
modified proposal regarding the Lea- !Dickinsoit Will Address Combined Delays Departure To Observe Chamberr Senate, it is doubted that Mr. Daesch-
gue of Nations, anl the Geneva proa l- Meeting of Loral Organizationis Discussion On Russian nrhdbe nrse ihapo
1 Tuesday Night Recognition posal. It is assumed, however, he will
tocol. Twenty-nine causes of war were be expected by his government to
catalgued.familiarize himself with the American
caaledn.oligin d1 rn~I QUESTION iN SENATE i DEIN DECISION KNOWN viewpoint withourt delay.
adrsthcneenedleaea It is to be recalled that Mr. Daesch-
addrss o te cnferwe eleate at Prof. Edwin D. Dickinson, professor Paris, Jan. 24.--(By A. P.)-Leonid. ner had an opportunity to talk in
the White house, today .restated the Paris with Ambassador Kellogg, who
adlministi'ations stand lli favor of of international law in the Law IKrassin, Soviet ambassador to France, i i to succeed Secretary Hughes March
Auierican particip~ation- in the World; school. will be the principal speaker left for Moscow todlay, to attend the 4 lHe will also have an opportunity
court, (declaring this step should be C at a World courit meeting to be held; confer'ence of Soviet ambassadors to discuss informally with Secretary
taken as the next move to outlaw war, at 3 o'clock Tuesday night in Lane; which will be held In the Russian cap- Mellon and other members of the debt
lip said the responsibility to end war hall under the auspices of the League ital next week., fund commission every aspect of the
is national, and suggested the nation I fNtosNnPria zscaln Mr. Krassin's departure had been French debt problem during the round
and the world :should turn the light of ofNtosNnPrtsnascain planned for earlier in the week, but of customary diplomatic social en-
more information and better under- Co oita lbn eea te was delayed because the Soviet envoy gagements that will mark his entry

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summoned to the White M ons?, where .'toaIrida n(tu s1a~beime. lie off ered a resolution which was standing upon the problems of (ilo- locd organizations. The meeting is wished to observe the discussion in into th
he conferred for nearly hl an hour .A.arng these is one from Gabriele referred to the foreign relations (om-in- macy. open to the public, the chamber of deputies on the re- I It is
with the P'residlent'andSenator But- D'Annunzio, who says: "In him I see mittee askin'g the s~ate departnient for Although not coing out unrese- The subject of American articip>a- cognition of Russia by the French go- Daesch:
ler, Massachusetts, who remained aof- inforlia.ion on the ubjee fiitS I '
ter the other leaders had easedhel raiaio.fmnyo ychI * vely for participation by the United Lion in the International Court of .Is- I vernment. Prolongation of debate on victual
of that department. on the other hand, State, is the League (of Nations the ! other subjects connected with the changes
Mr. Stone declined to make any state- Fished hopes." Giovanni Papini, authorI let itbekow ha he onierd' ice at The Hague which Professor I Sces
mn pnlaigt-ectiemnof "The1x Life of Christ," says in att ekon htte consdre dferce went on record as recog- foreign affairs budget,. however, setSert
metuo evn'h-xeuiem I at responsibility for the treaty rested nizig Lte "immense service rendered! Dickinson will discuss is of vital imi-I back consideration of France's rela- be a me
stem. "Your lectures in America will do with the Senate through its foreign re-I by the League of Nations to the ideatesi portance at the 'present time, because tons with the Soviet and Mr. Krassin I mission
i oeto acquaint that country with lations committee, which is supposed I tiat are dominant in -the United the question is now before the Senate i finally had to leave without taking j Mr. Ke
Italy's culture than the words and to have received, (lie original text from SaEs foreign relations committee and will cgI aneothprlmnaysad Te
I 1111 rtig of many wh~o already enjoy the2state ' ___________oer_20_years_ probably be submitted to the full Sp on rcontin
getfm.ago.ae onaefrch 4. nAmerica -1Although the parliamentary' debatemetm
f6MET~llIC LUSTI1 ll D o De osis has for several years It is the hopeth. somiewhere, pe-itibunrnMrc .Aeicnmm o
beniteetd nte oil n o hg n oefogtenhl, i L ER O P [ OIM11failed to develop, it is exetd htb
OILen trbtdi iesciladp1 ciP i oetogte lgonhli Torsi of the so-called Hrin-Mr Krassin, through tlklit ea- Cn- c
On Ii~l ~ LUIL itical problems of Italy, and has 51ok will be found. It is necessary, Seml-i nnnrnrn i-uges terms" is expected to provoke 1dr of both houses, will form the
Prf idrtha hen extensively on these subjects in atoi'('opeland contends, that senators SFEREf S a great battle in the upper house. I opinion that Premier Hritsato
EgadadItaly. Iii s climd o ave opportunity toscutinize the or- U RenprestingrrlatiosswitnRussi willicate
tie deartment of chemistry at Cornell; be one of the leading classical schol- iginal reaty if they are to ct inteii- that Chairman Borai of the foreign bn esuenorelyatiosafemusajoili
university, will give an address at 8 ars of the younger generation, and is gently on the question of ratifying the'- Geneva Jan. 24.-Th ; wave of dis- ;relations committee has reelved thou-bendrdbyasfmjoiyn
amphitheater on "Metallic Lustre." i of the Uiversity of Rome. I-e is also it has been generally snpposed, wasea.frtmpstevdysorth that the World court question be putedmrrsrvamll agiis1 U
important aopoethofpsomefan eactso tvehrusto avoe a counted on thr, however, to indorse
The speaker htas doneiprataptfsme note, and has been adnexac dulicate te original. toun amtrvrs vontucedee in the Senate a the earliest th
work in a number of variedl fields of active in educational reformi in Italy. The. original treaty was transmiitted by a tide of elation afnd optimiisum j possible (ate. One of the telegrams geatoverneants.cowpltheait the
(l.hnist ry such as the phase rote, col- The lecture will be illustrated with to the Senate by President, Roosevelt.r ceivedl was from five promnent eain r nacmlse t t Studen
loids elect r-chemistry andi the chem-'toreso oiglitrs rmtesae(eatet hnC ~ equally as extreme as the previous members of the University faclty: s believed nothing can be gained by tribute
styof light. His recent contrib~utions Dr. Do Bosis will arrive in Ann !man K Davis was chairman of 111ichcusdalfhie vilenatetat ihoPean JesenrS-M.eBa es of the Oaw up ettngtherestablisheode m-I yesterd
ittry ehewhchcaseoalth dleats ocatSholPrf.JeseS.RevsofthrOutetterhadth Svit a delsi
totc eaim fclradsrcueArbor today, amd will be the gunest of foreign relations committee. It has ,a their dinners happily tonight was the political science department, Prof.I bassador will take with him the{ stateas
of science. H-e is..a member of a nun- Iand Mrs. Bursicyeeyad heoriinloemetansifed fraroomsssonoftheineratonldaeaeetoitersttoalCJsepuAderscH.DenVfatuensCannessme tat mttheWa folo-tutomrofhamoy-'echetartengeust11 Vninndofthchstrydo-stonestidictinsthtrarlamntmehrst
)per of scientific societies amid is a..r_________ n eeutv iprmn cir.les, it is ()im;c nee c c ne 'igte po partm nent, Dean Edmund E. lDay of will assume an uncompromising at- tn
Opium onferece conernin thepojtie school of business administration I titude concerning the payment by Rus- stn
miemlber'of the National Academy of; neacl v dprmet. onI"
Scienc. l~uing te war e sersdiastlmeoteaty s ; never lity ut ns. lan ;gram u for attaching the great. probleni 1 and Professor Dickinson of the LawI sia of her pr-war debt. It is under- Ci
a colonel in the Chemnical Warfare ser- iu n'z . o es ill teate asitsy was errea~t te fisod htin
H a d ca oo1tiee conference, that of the sulpres;slon Rv inyS obnIfteUi qiecerta hsgvrmn i g
Tfhis is a uiest lecture amnd will H a d1o pu mkn nteFrFs aIncuc.ar sent a telegram to e obliged to protect by all the meansIinJ-
no b o atehnca B u I~~Rpn Stephen U. Porter, hedo h Senator Borah signed by several lead- in its power the small holders ofRs this ar
noot S ebe ofA a'I f s-I atr
fesor Bancroft is being brought here 18lL :I flLI IV m American delegation, and thme European! ing citizens of Ann Arbor, while the sian bonds. the aut
under the auspices oh the UniversityI bloc under the leadership of Great lBri- Ann Arbor Trades-Council sent onoaIf
ah'dI the local section of the Ameican; Brookly, Ja.$4. (By A P) ' ( 1 P 1AIA $ !tain, have agreed upon the creation of signedi by the Mayor and other promi- to remr
chemical society. Pav-Nr ith5Ierlssi mii utEfl JUIflIL UI I ~0i j oitpmnissicllfrom ithe two OpOium Went civic officials., A committee of S_ nnn hhA iIVevn
____________1conferencies to study the American !lDetroit lawyers and business men are U* bell
Jo a n s u g a . 4- ic v r fafred the first defeat of his A muericla mN ew Yok - , ieI e~ andl all other m easures' which have sponsoring a W orld court meeting in th esCar
amicro-organism causing "heart wa-' camipaign when Gunnar Nillson; Fin-,1u been put forwardi to settle this pro-Ithat city on February 5,. ITO UL CLHI Sfl E O OIJ
ter" in cattle, sheep and goats, has ishe-American Athletic club, l"d iota d iof.Care T.hei abit iiwh o ega in m rfesrDiknsni cnierdI i L IL tUI hrel
been made by Dr. Cowdray ,fronm the to the tape by a yard in the 2,000 yard ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ woh~ Mr Porteir accepted this procedure I one of the most distinguished of the theJ-
Rockefeller Institute, in New York. invitation special, the feature event ofIs6t rudtil nteIot after e had received definite assur-yonemnintefldfitea- Mxc City, Jan. 24.-The work of in wi
the Brooklyn college games in the 13th latc hnh aldls ltheonIance that this joint commission wouldj tional law, his book, "The Equality of the general special Mexican-American every]
Reienhroreongt Olyimpic for Cheroi'urig, 'Intdeo ioamoganfrsd States in international Law" publish- claims commission, will be in full! with t]
1I Nurmi gave his three countrymen, trciancellatcusion of the protbyecet ii ed recemtly by tie Harvar'd University ! swing next month dry.
I'W ILL DISTRIBUTE FAVORS 1 1 so, S ge, a d rm a h n ice States would temid to a iffect all fr.-Iwhc te Am r an co sd ed o Press having given him a wide repu- I Fernando Ram irez MacGre gpr
FOIL J-1IOL FEBRUARY 4a 1 oft10 yards, but lie could not make' ternational debt , Mr. Schwaxb saidvtl bttati o! e mio'e'dttiol. and Bnito Flores, respectively, Mex-
Faor loteJiipwllb up the distance despite a thrilling all ~illb amm~ tfmtnie~ to report to the second and more ge- !cdnt"1Moscow Jan. 24.-Anwmr iagelavn o's ommsigonan haentetare
FaosfrteJHpwlce(hase after' Nilson ,which was ended ceen."Oral conference whose cometency to nwmrig evn o ahntn hr hy{Ufh
given out from 1 to 4 o'clock on JIwe um aeupalbtdfCyrl A. I. Drexel, whose father was the; hade'h uetophsbeni tds aw, providing a minimum age of 18 expect to arrive before time end of Jan' n
the afternoons of Feb. 4 and 5, Iat thle tare. Nillson's time for theI founder of tie 1l'iladelphia banking utadta!fmte'oe il o-for te bridegroom and 16 for the nary t attend the first sitting of the , S
at thxe Union, according to an r .0hueofta ae eurigtri . biesesasue fpsae general commission.
1 distance was 5 minutes and 3-, 50c- "feence was entitled to take official________________________________________
anoneetby the committee ! I homse inPairtetdhs suggesi-
oimu eds, Nurmi bleing a step behind with'to htPrs eteae i action on the commission report. Mia
yesterday. This is the only tne I mnte -5scod.ion hatrance be granted leniency D orr or mmitoryS g QSi
they w ill be distributed i. rP le b-, s c n s in____________ft mend- te msf__ _B ya
small card included in te Hop I paying tie debht, but said cancellatiomin jlTfl inn nnIt.Iri S Ida ght
ticket must be presented to o- Dfii tlNOTO I wudh iagru lecdet I l TUl 'tli fl l Ni G a ng M n s P; d
lain a favor.IJIUU InJItfl dUrJn. ilioam I. oh., eresidenofer, lea-- - n c
Colpes of "The Victors" have ItrainlCame fCmec, TUOE4T[NIIRI UTTERS,- .--i
ben eiat teBesnPrhe ~lso :ilna(lllittCel he would repro- L LR That the Unversity should be asked ldommtory buidig fox men dos fot O e
tr fCiag ytemui o- 1NItATIIIIIRIUL sent Anurfdlpn business men in con-! to etbih with thecoprtn of eit that should te later be built,:
j~mittee, and this organization will II-f0t 1 yti fti1atdni eht hl ew York, Jan. 24.- Benjamino Gig- :tie Women's Housing league, some tebulig wl egradual and willraoChcgbytemscc - > lll\L.U+tL U,- - stalishocooeraionoxis theyrcomuit o we n
mrcih.temscfo h rn Columbus, Jan. 24. ----1cknowledge- _ 1]i, popular tenor of the Metropolitan j systeni by which houses for men may woknolsst orcomniyn ti
mach Anent______ _______ bl lgrp andI letter and in- 1 Opera, has twice been threatened with bel approvedl or rooms graded accord- compensated by greater good to the Uie
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _c r e a s e d a tte n d a n c e s h o w s th a t b a s k e t- CK arCl s s m n b oth , ine c a m eikn o w n y s t r . op r t e s d i nr t h el r p o rti fth eo i tor ye - U i e r s ish o u d e n a v rthos ake ouingo or oun ted
baiby radio as won almost instant a rt 70 eamotsitbcmkowyetra prseinthreotothdomtrershudeevrt'akhuigP,1199i
favor at Ohio State university. Ath-, Extension Cls The tenor received thle first threat committee of the Ann Abor Chamber; conditions in homes so desirable that father
£l~ather Z a Iloeti officials at the university here; --- on Nov. 24, in a letter which bore the of Commerce, submitted at a speciali the fam' of domitory competition Mac
said that instead of encouraging pa- Pr of. . . Carritt of Oxford univer-! following rubber stamped heading: board of directors meeting Friday would be eliminated, which
~--~trons to sit by the fire and "watch" ity, who s conducting several philos- I Imperial Palace-Invisible Empire! afternoon. "ti h pno fyu omte noJ
__ .,the Buckeyes play it has hielped to jophy course here, will have charge of -Knights of the Ku Klux Klan" The report contains a list of the ac- I that the Womens Housing league is
swell the attendance at the gaines, b)e- extensioni dlasses in "Introduction to The letter, after reciting that "ineim-~ tivities of the committee and the rep- m i a position to do our city and the I T
_ :.. .. .. . ---.1.." .,,,.: .... f.-. r ,,,".I lhinsnh-in fDe-toitq cum- I hers of tItaliahn Kl1an were in Dris- I resentatives of the Women's Housing IUniversity Immeasurable good. One i T

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Washington; diplomatic corps.
regared as unlikely that Mr.
pr will attempt to open any
negotiations prior to the
that are to occur March 4.
°y Hughes then will cease to
nuber of the debt funding comn-
as well as secretary 'of state,
logg taking over 'both duties.
Inbassador may feel also that
Iussion as the French govern-
ay hope to bring about could
lucted imore smoothly after
shas adjourned.
1-HOP, DRY, PLEA
So C. A. PUBICTION
Searchlighit, published by the
Christian association, was dis-
to every reader of The Daily
3y mlorning. The pamphlet
ilth problems of the campus
the purpose of the Student
,. association, and giver the
i this or'ganization upon var-
itters of the U[niversity.
of all the articles of tme, pub-
was a, discussion Of thO Com-
op in regard to0 drinking. In
;isl, which was of an editorial
students were entreatied by
or, whose name was not givenm,
tin from making the J-Hap an
hieb might be a disgrace to the
ity. Drinking was attacked in
;isle. The "Admonishment from
irman," an article written by
G. Oakinan, '26, chairman of
fop committee, is a statement
,h hre asks the cooperation of
prticipant in this year's J-H-op
fi committee to make the Hop
T'S DAUGHTER NOW
EKSD, U.S.CI.TIZENSHIP
i, Fla., Jan. 24.-Mrs. Ruth
Owen, 40 years old, of Miami,
r of William Jennings Bryan,
ay filed application' for Amer-
tizenship.
r application, Mrs. Owen said
Gs muarried to Maj. Reginald
an officer in the British armyv,
%,and left the United States
im, going to Englanid. The 'ap-
,n shows she returned to the
States by way of Vancouver in
entering at Portal, N. D., en
;o Asheville N, C., to visit her,.
rOwen was with the troops
accompanied General Allenby
xusalem.

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