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First to Last ? the Truth : News - Editorials ? Advertisement*
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No. 25.27a
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Bernstorff's Offer Rejected; New Proposal Ready
SWANN'S WAN
UNDER FIRE;
WOOD INDICTED
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tftator, Mead of
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RILEY'S PLACE OFFERS!
TO ARTHUR WOOD
Police Ht'ad Reported to Ha\
Declined Prison Position.
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TRUCK KILLS CHILD
AS STORK HOVERS
Little Mary. Seeking Mother in
Hospital, Run Down in Street.
Life foi ??
lie? mothei
had I" i n ao bu . I in ??ewing
not by
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itieth Street,
Mar.
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KEIHESS TO $750,000
MARRIED IN SECRE
Mis?- Ebling, of Weehawkc
Mrs. Wolfori Sine?.' Nov. 7.
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WIDOW, JOSTLED IN CAR
ARRESTS HER ANN0YEF
Pursues Passenger After l?
Mights ami Makes Capture.
G liner Eg]
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STEE BACK
ON OLD RA
Record BreakingE
iness Restores D.
idend of I 1-4,
$51,232,788 EARN
IN LAST QUART
Proportionate Profits
WIG Would Total 2
Per Cent.
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divid? Ltd
?tending eooamon
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A chani
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LONDON DENIE?
SEA GRIP FAIL!
Minis ?overnmen
Will Fight Real
Blockade.
COMMONS TO-DAY
DEBATES ISSUI
Expected to Tighten Lx
?sting System of Con?
trolling Cargoes.
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accordingly.
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Flowers That Sever Were!\
Not until now I Hut er,is (.t experiment and a
? .?litmus connivan? e with N.tture have hrou^ht into
lif-m^i new flowers of rare beauty, breathing .1 strange?
perfume to the world.
It is <i story '?? surprises lor (lower lowers?pict?
ured in a full page in the Graphic Section of next Surv
day's Tribune. Reserve your copy to day,
<3ty? ?im?mu, GIr?btm?
I First te Lest tSe truth: N?.? ?> ? / editorial*? \?y crtisement*.
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KAISER, .RACKED BY COUGH, IS
AGED AND BROKEN
w OS DON, .I"?. 26.?"The Daily Mail" corre
?^_j spondent describes whai ht yaw of tin German
Emperor at elost rangt at Nish: e
"It was < i'jht years .--inri I hud last seen the Ger?
man Emperor. What a changt.' Tht Emperor is n<>t a
tull man, as represt nted in his photographe, and be
sidt tht great massive figurt of tht hawk-nosed
J't rdinand, who ha i a curious ducklike waddk , tht great
war lord seemed almost diminutive.
"Tht Kaiser's foci is thai of a tired and broken
man. His hair is white, though his mustache is still
suspiciously dark. Then ivas an absence oj tht old
activity of fft sturt.
"Tht Emperor is greatly aged. ll> held in his
hand <? handkerchief, which he was perpetually using,
and I noticed later at the banquet that ht seemed to re
quirt it t<> assuagt tht continual coughing. Tht hand?
kerchief was a huge Turkish affair of red, embroidered
with o white Turkish star and creset ni in '/o cornt r.
"Tht Empt vor ait and drunk practically nothing al
tin banquet, and it is said that I" always eats befort
proceeding to statt functions. Certainly he spent mort
timt coughing than eating at Nish."
WANN PLEADS
FOR DEFENCE
In Ringing Speech Minor?
ity Leader Urges Sup?
port of Congress.
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M ashington, Jan 28 I ?r thi
????. will be ilrawn into war
? Into 'hu one into or.?? that may
i i u warning that mill
itlnting on i
i now may io-t th?
.. floor
Home of Repre entativei to .?a;,
? ? Republi '? '? ?der, Mr,
'. ,?. eudgala ?<? behalf o'
thp lu.--s pro
nrae, ? thing O prominent
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? r Mann n i rig plea that
part i?
enormouily important
queition. II.- wai heartily ai
. pplauded bj I loi of
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: that
? id man in the Ii.- i ? i take
of the dangen I
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tage, hut a->
. sibil
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Would Make I. s. Independent.
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? teet America
the lanw i ol pai I lai ihip thai
i be applied to the
lesl ion. He pal nted
? that in th" ? ??? i.- ? l h war the
might be cut off from
.:..! that therefore the
. . ted to ]
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: th? ' '
. .'? on either de, a i
to en ? fael I Preai
I have I ' largely on
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prepar?
win. W h le Re? Mam
tve I .....
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i mon eon
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itapoken 1 .
incree ?? ? the chancee
the prepai
and will to far t..war,i augi
Ii ich th-j Pr I'l-t.1 hop?
hii appeal t.. the :.pie over the headi
of hi* pari ' ? - It also
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Repul to go much ,-ur
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;>ut hi
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Mann Small N.iv\ Bappottor.
"I ha* ?.r b? .". i. bal:.'". er n a
my, laid Mr "
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no what an
ttle na\ ?.-' men. Hut wriae
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prepar?
? row. The world Ii in
ndition a
? en. Tl." gn
, g on now
betwi ? rerfu
? ? ? ?rreat na ti. -
il
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? ? nvolvcd m that itruggle. Il
the
. : ? in.- for . ?
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tel mina
.th e r i
>'. had -uch a thin?**
the ? the tai
r?Tai nfluei
"Th. '
ai ? the laa - of h im?n I \
card?
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mail II. " twq mor.
?ng that
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ich attenl to
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? rraon not engai
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Bspraaaaa I car af War.
"I '?" not know, and no one kaowa,
lit from ?? war.
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teresti
Ana ? '? . . per?
bhpi not .. - truggle bot into
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TURKS KILL 3,001
BRITISH NEAR KU1
Relief Force Repulsed ii
Six-Hour Battle on
Tigris.
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ira at M ? ?
ty-onc ? . ? of K'i' el ?i
Brit -'?? ara?) going to the relief of th
troo] ded In the
; I ? ?? the Turii
irs staff, a
.a t he saeasy lefl
'. or. the ti.'id una that (jenen
Ay Imp r, eommandiag the relief exped
tion, ?ras feieed to a?k a day's t.rr.p :
bury the slam.
to the 10,0
beleaaruere.l by the rurks In Kut-e
Amu: i The ?rescuing army hi
been oneb ?dvanci
vigoroui asaaalta whieh coal them s
I men. General Toerasbend,
eut oft* from relief, may b
??urrender.
"Engaa t the Kut-e
Amara [ ?
ta toman t I rit
mg from Imam AIM ttacked
J u lary 21 th? Tur- iq ne h
Menlarie, and on both ?
Tigria River.
"Tl ent lasted sil hour:
All the Britis itta i .repu
by i -..
repulaed at ? i ral ?met to the eaat
ward.
"On the battlefleld the Britta
about 8,000 dead. Ihr Turkish lo???.'
?ver? ? ' r ?light
"General A j er iaked sb i i
oas day's truce in order to bury th
Ii .
"British soldiers taken prisoner
? ??? I that the British colun n
men la di ad and ?roe
the preceding engagement? neai
Said,
" rhe Turks attacked an ?I ?r Brit
ehment sdvaacing to the n
Korna " teflk, wh ?? ea
Briti I to retrt at. I ? l< ft om
huiiilri-.l ?1? .i?i."
?advie - re?oit ad by the ' '?- erst ?
Agi ncy from rereis
N'ail i Khan, a premini
.....
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led the Rui
rhe Ruesisni
ding t?i the report, lost I
chine guna end intmuai
tion, as well as e nu
-?
GERMANY RENEWS
PEACE OFFER TO SERBS
Willing to Extend Boundaries il
Kaiser's Son (iets Throne.
London, lea. ti German)
tinuingheri
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athen? correapondeni
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'...- offered t
- m th.? directioi
i'Oitnia und Herzegovina and n
r. ? ei tuet
. ? ? Prince Bit.
rich, Emperor Willia
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PARIS LEASES SEATS
FOR TRIUMPHAL MARCH
Americans Reserve Window,s on
( h amps des El > sees.
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Pa?ri
king fer premi -
h hospital wanted to in- on the A
ide inquiriea
? buildings there. The it :
asa aras
"\Vi. would i"* glad te let ye? have
? ailding, bul ?re muet n serve I k<
? ?? avenue, a* they
ave a been tab ? by Amerieaa? to
triampaal proceealea.1*
?I.trll? OYBTBtSB ?rp ?rrtlHr.1.
Th? t lu? -ou ??? "
? ou to ball ....
.. purlt) aad k??nuin? at ?e ?? i
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ENVOY TO WAKE
NEW LUSITAN1A
OFFER TO-DAY
Lansing Asks Berlin
to Admit Wrong,
Is Report.
BERNSTORFF HAS
KEY TO PROBLEM
Holds Power to dive More
than He Has Proposed.
Say Officials.
rVaahingl
- von !?
th?? diplomatic litual
Depart
he had !'' or lu.?
.
for tl
caae, Hia
Lanaii ?
?? "purely informal.*1 !!.? ha
Irawing i'
lit. ?i- It ?rill : '
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ther thai. ?
"tina! prop?sale" \
br ?era u
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which ? at
to P '?'>
sun. though it ami ngri
more
tory ap?)l? |
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thoroughly Infoi
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controveray wa
whether ;
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If the Imba I ? " '
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incea will be consl
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