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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1916?
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>??? lurk III?. N??.-rla. Jar??-? I llf,
frJ??-afi?r? T?o 4 ?at?.
Jernstorff Fails to Meet Full Lusitania Demands
HOLD ON PARTY
Converts to Plan
Lose Confidence in
OF OPEN REVOLT
Leaders Restive at 'Appeal
to People'?Want Pres?
sure on Insurgents.
f?l -. I Fro.'.dvr.t Wll?
- ? ?-ton to-day
? .- oa ary of the la
' - - rr.fy. Me
at proved that bs li
? '.hat that
? bas "gone to th?
? ?s now
? t will OS by
? - ral isbl?
. ..-ness Pr0"
I h-.A the
.... . - ?'resident face?
, .. ?any;
i railing r.cw Is*
.. , ? ? slarly
; | u rt on the M
? ? ? . ? ? . hr.d the Phil?
: ? ' luv?
I | .. r, ' OOl
Revolt Brewing Is < ? grsas
9? fad ilden.
a? I?emorrat on '
n i? r.ot
-.,-. ... .. , a-,
- .- ?' , . ' - th?
-, , but
' ?? . iil nation
? ? ? ; Borla
. ? ? ?
" '? a petitioni
i hers frankly
"??' v'-' : nion
. ? . ?
? . |
? ? ?neb
, . ?: ??'? th?
? ?e ar
2?;,- th I.:mi ii, tha
'''???id-nt i-, I ontinue Appeal.
' '? ? ??lanninfl;
- preset \ i sli -. of aj.
'' ?' Ri ha? rome
raged bj tbs result?
? ??ii condition
'? .- planned to
- r? are In
; wagon too
? party as a
re, as the
'"' ?>* ? to the
i rogn ?5->? it is
?in?.mor? ai n ire ? pHrty lsnue,
? to the dtssd*/an
? . campaign.
vori '?' ' '? ? - even now
?' -, f, for he cannot
. blicat. aid.
iki n| ?
irgi j stand.
. ? I
? ? and
t("'l'"""l ".. pmme ? mliuno 2
9 More German Raiders
to Prey on Stray Ships
a Louise Riley, f,<r whom the Appatn1 Gertnan rommander itt
; - i de no-milk rule, and her mother.
The Gei - hoaa pr i a
crew brought the Appam late '
is but one of a flei t <..?" alaren fast
? ?i equipped lo prey or,
ing, according to pasf.e?igi*rr* from
11 . . il la.?t
tha Old Dominion liner .tef
Thtfe ihipi were i.tted out i;* Kiel
?? through tl ?? Brit -.h bkckade
? boats, Ta o of thes>e
boa'.*? arc- already at '.arire vn the neas
Mid have been lot king- foi
? .?.ew Year'!? Da?, the pasi*r.gers
Mr?, v. ? Fallar, ad?e o? the Gtitr
ernor of the Leeward I?'.and?. who
was accompanying her husband on a
? ? ? v.i r.??!.?*. confirmed these at? rlai
nformation i n ia .1 aha had re
: ? ? a of the Ger?
man sailor?. '1 apabla
of niakir.fi from fifteen to twentj knots,
? ? and more of then
may already have escaped ?
ocean. Thee wero In .reality swif;
Ctrnlaera built r ? . - merchant
? . iat the
c a i g >
ships. All agreed, however, thai the
. . ? the A ppa area well
Weary of war, 101 diagruated trav
e.ler-? arhe eace l.eiieveil they vere
/.and or. the Appam found
themielvei m New York lait Light.
. |?t thi Appam'? original par-nnn
- i-r? ar rj >?"*'?*? .? of six
other ihips that fell vietimi <.f the
ri ? - ? " re crew brought the
Appam ir t.. Notrf? -
'?'he -a*.-." !??? kept at the
MeAlpin ?tul Endicott hot u til they
f m.tinuail nn i>i?s? 4 iiiliimn I
HE TASTES HIS WAY
ON TRAIL OF HERRINGS
Rubbed Dealer Hunt?, a Barrel 01
Eve? a hen g taatu
ieithal Hai Lieutenant Brindle un
? .. . ntoB ?? ? ? i i tat ?
door t night and ad
a mi1..? ?' ben g at "?2
"My pi . bam ? ( ei rings,"
gasp? lealer. "Thej i - ai
"H"? i h' v .
policeman. "Ynu can't recovar them,,
i: che? k diaagraed,
?' are pr i-o herring ?,' ' ?
ta ned. "They are different
Their head is * -? . blueflsh'i
They nr. MTV ...ii! 1 ran tell them
. . ? | ? -..a*..
Summer." , the belt ?aher
? squad laii utonant Brii
reitl thi - -1 dealer. Ai
u !at<- ' . ?
ing th? fruil
i: . " cl ,: ftj barrel?
herring on tl f hi? com
I th? i moky, pan?
gan! ? if 1 tnpoi *i"i ?
i -n.,1 ager ml "'*?'.
? id him,
\ .at i worth
a littli ?heck 'Ai'.? holding out
ivhon aoma on?? i ? rhole'barrel.
STOLE BACK THE RING
HE GAVE HER, SAYS GIRL
Engagement Hroken. Ex-Suitor,
After th? brenkirig of an engage
, ment, can the young man take back
the ring he gave the g.rl and be ar
re-itfd for stealing ?ti He eaa, for
' that is what hai happened to William
Hamann, of IBM Bliccker Street.
I Ridgewood, Qaeana Boroogh Bat
! ivhethei he can be convicted of grand
larc?jnv ii a questioa that .? eaoaing
concern t? Magistrate Miller, before
whom llfrrnar.n ^a? arraigned in
! Jamaica yeatei ?lay.
1 f..- prriaoner pleaded net guilt-?- t<>
eharae mad? b> hi? former
. Miai Louis? Klriu?-. of .'l*'.?. P-a!
Stre? ? I ia',??'"0(i. aad the cut
viii? ?ni foi 'i h-i.nng on Monday, Shs
: -h\ ? l'i rmai n took 1 ring
? but eau ?ir. ?
BKATAG iiXNTr.Rf??l-iirltj ?ml ri.tnr
, 4 ? ? ? - ' atatl .
I naturi ' I bias .?s **?"
?. ii sbail Ptton? Mad *-. ITII.?Aitvk I
Court Decides in Favor o
Canned Noise in Phono
L'p th? itween the two ..or
..r'.-nent house fVatei
the curdling well of eorlj headei
Snookums Ii n r. ? -,. Running quick);
thmu,- atlc leales kn iwi
os, two-year old tots, he ?reliai
for hi? mummy and <*?? da Then h.
made h past for the DOS? of ihe eol
elevator bay, ?ho had been lef
?n churl;.?. Snoi kui It , ped in open
mouthed amazement, displaying hit
?oiie tooth hi from the house II
is trai i
"I. im te ta' Hun- te tal
' I don't i are . ? rom?
t?no ed si ut. in
cidenl ipper gum reci ng th?
?he lone tooth.
Whereat h.? looterr-i .-. that
; ' ' ?-?.I? ?| CUI ? tO the
Kathleei Robii on, who teaches,
Started another . ??. thi phono?
graph In con.pet.tin.,. Snookumi rested
> icrciaai for a minute, hut
:n clostng hi? mouth that ??me tooth
got in the way of the upper gum. Kor
a minute Misa Kobmnon's attention was
diverted bv an envelop? that was in?
sorted itealthily under )? t r coo*. It
was a summons to appeal in court.
Snookuraa kepi up his activities
through the tii^'h'., a? ne ha-- Leen do?
ing for many, men) nights pa1-: Every
tune 'int ?one tOOth l*"* in the way nf
hia upper gum hi r ed Mrs, Robin?
?on and her daughtera aal up through
,-r. ? and ?? swered th? summons
; appearing, before Magristrat? Simm?
;r: the morning yesterday morning.
"They've been playing a phonograph
near t}ie nursery window." charged
Mrs Hlnney. "and n-.y little baby got
sick a.? a roes
"I'm a nerVou? wreck from that
baby'? erying," teatifed Mr White.
"I'v, r.otined the Society for the Pr??
vention of Cruelty to l hiidre-- "
"I always kepi thi maahin? cranki-d
up ?n c??e of an outburel " ?a d Mr?.
A- '? w% prefei the phonograph to
?.hat kid'? yt Is," ?aid a fa*a other ten?
art-, er ho appeared ?r tb? West Side
The di?cord in 'wo Hats Wa? decided
lia the phonograph's la'- ??! ?
Qot Bonus on Dual
The Thompson Committi
Seeks .Slush Fund Trai
in Firms' Books.
Theotior? P. R.irmt.?, the 1100,000
year prealdeal of the Interb.'ious-h,
reived tl'O.t'OO frum hi? company :
" .pedal and extraordinary Sa-rvlc?
Performed in connection with the di
System contract? with the citv, it *
brought ?at at yesterday's hearing
the Thompson coinmiriee. Tw< "th
employe? of the Inferborough reeotv
a total of |60,01 0 for ?he same ?art
it wa? in neajotlal ng these
that Shonti Ii allayed to ha?.Id i
of the Ii.terbon.ugh d rectora fhat
incurred "certain commltmantl a
Obllgationa** which would require $
000,000 it |,?v aff. Mr. shor.t? il r
ported to hat? made thi? ?tateme
rhea lia tried to put through a eo
I ' I ".ill have nett, d fa
friend John 1 ? Stareai XXtjOOOfiOO.
?A bile testimony regarding this bom
?eii,g brought out Mile? Dawso
actuary and eipert accountant, wl
? h? the right hand man ol Juati?
. laiiei E Hughe?, ef th? ?? d Statu
Supreme Court, In the Inauranca lave
'.. tvas axamining the book? <
...n Armi in this eity In the sear,
for I 'fund estimare'1, at fro:
( riminal I harge? Mat Be Made.
If the hope? o." members <?' the con
? -i? are r-ealfiaa, many proniinet
publia otficial?. an?l ex-public oAirlal
some of -hem tna?-*er mindh i-i the a
..f Tammany Hall, ?rill lie fscin
Ilia two o'her employe? of the Intei
borough baeidea Mr. Shonta who r?*
ceived bonuaea for their work m cor
nertiop with ma W i tig these dual IJ
contracta erltk th* eity were
Ii. Rogara, aaaaei I, aho receive
?.-.,?.o?H'. an.i l.. 1". .i. Gaynor, tehe go
i ii..- ?.-..- ? . $150,00
bonui that intareated the eommitt?
derably irai that the first pay
of thia bonoi ??? ii
of a cheek tur 1125,000, which Mi
?he day lie received
at the Guaranty Trust Company. Th;
? ..?? Jnne 6, 1018. He received the bal
... a eh eck for |26j000 on Apr:
Fisher Tell? of llonu?.
The teatimoay concerning the bonoi
to Mr. Bhonta was given l>\ H. M
Fishei ? atarj ('* the Interborongl
Questioned about the meeting at
|26,000 more ???.i?. auar.lec
Shout arltaeai said there *n
?ome discussion that Mr. .-'hoi.'- bad
? ' BCn BUflicientlj recompensed.
"As I recollect, tome one 1 think
Mr. Freed' ? dead broaght
up the subject, and laid ha thought
Mr. Bbont? should ha'-e been voted
1200,000 or 1260,0 I I think the board
then voted |25,0M additional."1
." - Shonta hu- been luhpcanaed te
appeal Mnndav. It is ?aid he will be
Baked te liga ? waiver of immunity
A mbpeiBB server of the Thompson
committee repotted t.. th.immittee
yeaterday that h-> was unable to rind
T. A. ijiileiapie, the contractor who re
? ? . .1 ball the i-ontract fur third trae?
ing the "I." road? that Shoati tl ed to
oblan. - U ?*ai said at Gil
f| s that he was ia F lor da
\- rlTorl : i gel thi bool
i, |e pie coi ; an* mel ? Ith opj
from Mr. Gil eaple'i repn
Tl ??> object! ? espei iall - to the pro?
duction ?it the cash and check bou'?..
Finally a lubposna dueei temim wa-<
a.ied for all the ' liptl OOOks.
Five Who Spoke Uci
man and Carried
Bomb Theory Official!
Denied, but Llaborate
Quest Goes On.
[prom it ?t?f* c??rr??r.on<1?r.t of 1 ha Trlhin
Ottawa. Or.t. Feb. 4. Ottawa, wl
the ruins of the ?eat of Canadian g'
ernment ?till ?mouldering on Parii
nient Hill, hear? the appearance of
war zone city to-nlijht.
Around the bill il itretchsd a cord.
cf khaki-clad volunteer?, wuh rifl
?(.adeil and bayonet.? fixed. Behind t
ccnlon a mue.l civilian army Is
work. Part of thi? Inner army, fir
r-en meetly, Il charged with the du
01 Stamping SOt the lingering ?par
and combing the debris for the body
It. H. Law. member of Parliament fro
Vermouth, Nova Scotia, and those i
fur others of thi ?even known vi
tin?. The re-t of the civilian worke
are Dominien leeret servies me
i heir job ia to find out how the fil
One arrest already hai btm mad
Charle - Strong, IS, who describes bin
self as a Belgian Biasiclon, i* lock?
up a' U indsoi un suspicion of havin
been implicated in itarting the blaue
Officially, the theory 'hat th* d.
F'ruction of the Parliament buildin
- ?. the fruit of a (ierman plot :
wonted, i'olonei Percy Sherwood, (
M I.., head of the ?err?t service, n.
cnly ln?i?ts the tire was accidental, b'?
expuiii- to all Questions n how ir.
(lafisibls is the plot ? ?
\et the quest l.oe? On.
But, ? .-' ths Mme, the troops ar
guardii.g; th? secret agents of a polie,
s;, i-tem that work? ?s mysterious! v an
implacably a? that of Russia ?re del?
i"1?, and inn ran are tellinj; el
serie? of IXploaioni ah I h punctuate
? ? ? ally -.weep o*' the flame?.
The police, too, are known to be 01
the trail ai re mer. ?!-.<? were ?een il
the r.ty Wednesday night The rive
euch of whom carried what appeare.
?i he a ?mal!, conical satchel of metal
? rev? the sttentlon of an Ottawan a
traversed a little :re,4uente.
Be gat near enongb to them tl
' nguish fragments of a low pitche.
ccnvereatioa in a Teutonic tongue, or
his nearer approach the talk had my?
tieally iwltshed into unaccented Y.:.?
The authorities are trying ?r. trac?
a connection beiwe?--; thi? quintet an.;
a party of four which foregathered
earlier the a-ame day in the Canadian
Pacific Railroad >-<Atio:i at Montreal
Information concerning this second
raitted to the Dominion
police bj 1 ha New Yorii Tribur.?-. In
the railroad itatioil these lour oto:i
rented in ac.? ? . dly Hriti??l?.
if them beugt t a til K.?t fur i ??
tawa. The other? i te Sew Torb
aboard a Delaware & Hudson train.
Th? rribune'i informant pa d little ??
?entio.'i to 'he party ur.t:l he noticed
that, orne ' i ?ay nehinil, the
- I.ondoneae Engliah no
nfer, but conversed an;mateil!y ,n
-?even Are I lead.
.???a'h list roiv contains the
person?. Only two
. have been recovered those of
lime. Hour Bra* and Mme. Horin, of
Quebec, guesta of th? ?vife of Sneaner
.,.?. |i | ?? .. v. ere trapped ni the
,.,??? a House of
?, ? the five peri ins on the
?*tf] ! u amber from Nova Seo?
?. : It ia
I .i.i'.iiiia.l "O ii*?? *? '"liiinn S
Samuel Hopkins Adamt'l Mtici? announced for
publication in The- Sunday I ribune will not appear to?
I he* Greenhut ( o.. Inc. served an injunction on
The ?Tribune late Friday evening, enjoining it from pub?
lishing the promised article on Greenhut methods and
merchandise. No notice of ?his was given; there is no
opportunity (or appeal before Sunday llie order will
be brought y\p for argument on I uesday next. The
Tribune is confident of the outcome
Another ?rticle by Mr. Adams will appear in the
Btead of this postponed story. It i? a smashing continua?
tion of work already begun Be sure to 4>rder your copy
Stye ?ttn?.ag ??nbxmf
j F'irat to I ott the Truth: Seul F.Jttortal? Adierttrement*
BRITAIN SENDS CURZON AND
HA1G TO KING ALBERT.
London, leb. 4.? An official communication, made public
to-night, smy ? that I art Curzon, Lord Prh y Seal, and
(ieneral Sir Douglas Haiti, commander of the British *lorces
on the Continent, are to proceed on a special mission to the
king of the Belgians, and that I. art Cur ion already has left
l.ngl?nd for that purpose.
Reports were current toward the end of last month that
fiermany had approached Belgium with the offer of a separate
peace. Berlin proposed to cede the occupied parts of Belgium
to King \lhert on condition that he observe a strict neutral?
ity, thus making any Allied invasion of fiermany through
Belgian territory impossible.
Larl Curzon, who is one of the most influential members
of the British Cabinet, may ha\ e been deputed by his col?
leagues to present the official British t /eu point on this pro?
Berlin Talks of Crisis;
'Lasf Word Sent Wilson
Will Refute to Admit Lusitania Sinking Was Illegal
?"Do Not Try to Humble Germany,"
Zimmermann Warns U. S.
r.i . ? - i ;* ? i -.-? roa )
Bel In, Feb. 4. 1,'nquestionably ther
is de?;, s.. . ? (lermany concern
in,* the status of the Lusltania r.egoti?
The question asked of th
A'ieriean people by the best ;.-i:'ornie<
"Are you sure you quite underetam
our position? To our ?fier of materia
reparation yo ? erleb O? to add 'he ,lec
laration that our submarine ?arfare i
illegal. But declaring thi? would sim
ply mean that we ?urrender to the Al
lies' policy of arming merchantmen, an.
using neutral flag*. Tbia la no fancifu
peril for (i?rm.r,y, becaua? only a fev
day? ago a merchantman flying a neu
tral flag fired on a lubtnerine, trhiel
only escaped by ? iwift dive."*
That is why official circle? hold thai
' one of the most ?eriou? crises of thi
war ha-, srtsen in connection with thf
and that it i*. impo.ss.ibla to fore?
see the outcome from any indications
here. The result of the negotiation*
app?ars to hinge ?ole'.y on the one
word "illegal." All Indications are that
under no circumstances will Germany
adm.t that the linking of the Lusltania
was an "illegal** act.
(lei-many decidedly Ii sdverss to a
.?re with th? I "ni ted
States ai 1 feeli that her aci?r.ow!eilg
ment of the justice of the Americans'
claims for rna*?-rial damage' places the
other poir.ti st :?-iie In the academic
In Germany public opinion d? in ?
that American honor and dignity have
been satisfied and that the remaining
academic questions should he consid?
ered by the powers after the war.
Germany*! preeent pe i Ii by no
n.ean? arrogant, but ?-be dei line? '.. con?
cede the pointa relativs to tl ? leg ? ty
of the submarine warfare In via- of
the fact that the development of sub?
marine activity In this war w-a? so rapid
that ari ethical code completely gov?
erning it doe? not exist.
Above all, Germany asks the Ameri?
can people to consider that whatever
concessions on the submarines which
America might obtain at this Juncture
from German*/ would establish prec?
edents, which America herself would
be compelled to follow !n the future
by reason of her acceptance of thet-e
In this connection, the American?
must remember that any general and
hasty eenee - - an the academic
phase? of the submarine warfare might
ultimately prove as detrimental to
America in case of we,r as they un?
doubtedly would prove to Ormin-r st
the present time. 'I he prophecr la
mad" that In forcing the academic
i hasee of the isaue, now America may
be forging a two-edged areapoa that
v. Ill eut '.veil.
/Immermann Sees Crisis.
Iir. Alfred Zimmermann. Inder Bee
retary for Foreign Affairs, expr?s-,..!
the hope that the new formula forward?
ed to Ambaeaedor ron Beinatartf would
. rer a possible bans of settlement.
However, he msde no ?fort to conceal
the gravity of the situation and ?a?
most explir.t in h.s r?tat.-ment.? that
Germany had reached the extreme limit
:.cessions and under no clreuni
??s ??Old concede the illegality of
her lubmariae campaign in the ???r
?? I . g ?eminent ii willing 'o is
' ? g In iti power, and has done
everything in its power, to meet Amen -
he .-.aid. "but triere are
f Kiiilnueil an pat? 2. i i.luma I
Declares Britain Must Not I
part from Humane Ideals.
London. Feb 4. Viacouni Bryee, i
mer Ambassador to the United Stai
*- at Bedford ' ollegs to-ni|
condemned the policy o* repris
against Germany, which ?-?nee the !
Zeppelin ra d I.?- K-a ned many ad
"We stand In this war for justice a
right," Viscount Bryes said. "'
?tan.I for humanity, end from that ,
m must BOt ???'par'. I doi
V ?self bel i i for a moment I il
I ?hall train anvthing l>\ depart!
"If It csrne to cruelty against crue'
the enemy would alwayi vu- I see i
reason to think that an) r?
inhuman practice? that ?re ihockir
to phllaeophy and mora'-, whil
? ? ??? has adopted, would ha-, e tl
slightest ? '?. ? m er pros
any way our military ?uceeoo.
"We ?i uld net gain and ?re shoul
eertainlj loae, because there is t-.othin
that has won u? more approval an
sympathy of a'.l that i? best in th
neutral nations than that we hav
championed the cause of justice am
humanity. That is what has nerved ou
arm and has created a unity never par
alleied in any previous crisis of ou
KAISER AND TIRPITZ
PLANNED AIR RAID
Prince Henry, loo, Gave View*.
on Attack on England.
London, Feb I. A I up?- atren re?
port from Berlin ?t?te? 'hat Emperor
W IIHam has b*een on the e-estern front
for some time, and was in the neigh?
borhood of tne Belgian frontier when
the ettaeki on loo? took place.
Admiral von Tirpit.: and Pr r.r ?
Henry accompanied hi?, aceordin? t..
; ert, si : ? ?? ??.?.?? ? ir? -
at a neadqrerteri ci'incil where th
details of the Zeppal? raid on rngb_n|
ISSUES IRON COINS
Decides to Follow German Ex?
ample to Save Oold.
Feb. 4. Ac.*ord:r.g ? i
wireleai meaaafa from Vieaaa, I i
rreasury office at Vienna Us decided
low the precedent net by
man] and laaua iron currency.
SWISS MAY BE FORCED
TO USE BREAD CARDS
Pound Costs 1 ive Cents?Seek
More Wheat Quickly.
Tat : . - B '?,
?Vaahington, Feb. 4 Bread cardi i
beroni?. a public neep?- | ? Switzer?
land within -he next ?.?o months, .
! a a a * I" |
" r.it,-d State? a-..i otl er countr ?
this lid? A- intic arri'.e more
reg .' . ind mi menta are more
pn. '.''? '..rental port?. BC
pal tm? ; .??ra.-e to-day tron 11 i
Am."-. at Berne
? '?' ag to ?. - ? ? i ? ?
br.'.ii price? ?.? Berne were increased
again t.ntly, and bow a pound I
bread cunts (Iva cent? The Arr-.-r can
add? that <
brea,* . by r ?. fl IBI -
? ? ' - pi ..???
ENDS YONKERS STRIKE
Stevedores Admit Deckhands at
Sea Should (jet Higher Waget.
?lernian submarine '?.irfaie ara? par
' ; reapoi for a ihort-lived itrik?
of 2"" ? ? ? ?' ? .* Pederal |
rig Company, m Yonki-r?, yeeter
Deekhandi of 'he transatlantic vea?
dellvei raa * *?-''?r at the r.
. -. receive 10 cent? a? w(r
.. ptevedorei I.?rv I thai
- ..?up. - -? ould be Inerea ?? d from
21 to 4) eeate. Bo they itrucfa I - -
? ucea ? theatre asaaagar ol ii sei
acted e- laterpreter, convineiKi
? , thai hand, r g erg..?" ..-'.,re is
safci taan st ?ea.
; ? . itrikera returaed to worl
?fff,' || to BupeHntendi at
Spreckels to let er m in? whftr?a t?ay
ro-e e titled :o ?*.*.? inerea a,
Situation Not Grave
Is General Belief
CAN OFFER MORE
German Officials Mint fin
voy Molds Back
? ' - ? i .--a
Wadtingtcm, i-v .4. v, ?- rr%T
Instnietioi 1 ?'? ? Berl ?. . . ?
BernstoriT railed on Secretary I.an
sing b?ts '.;.?,'. ?? ! Kf-sii ?
meet tne demand?: of tl
?uie? for 1
titania east The Sta
announced *na*. "the
unchanged."' as a ?
The amba?saior, howtVi
confiden* of the ultimate '
The .statement In urell
(jerman quartiers that th-- ? .
dor's ir.strui'tion.-* ?".ere '?
line with what he had rccon I
to BerUa, and fulfill*
tion-, completely," i.- believ?
mean that 1 MU ?'??!'?- rff did
not go to the limit 0
tO-dSf*. 1*. Il un.ie. . hn
government ha: authoriz*>d bin pra?
tically ft) use p.- a-*
that he Is withholding his ti
card until he Var
this gorernn*?ent intcn Is I to
coerce him. In other wi r.l?, thi
beaeedor now '. to tha
Administr?t? 1 declarad
recently that to Germany bad ?
given her last chance to i fi r CM
plete satisfaction, and It HI
ly hinted that MWM B?W and itl
method would be employed by the
State Department it Berlin atvn.pt
ed to temporiza further, I* I
lumed that Com I n Ben tor_ \?
curious ta - ? b ; - the?
United States ; prepari d to I 1
make good its declara! I ? Bar*
lin must hark d
I rl?i? Is Kirtiti.iu?
Renor' i from Bei
44 o-;'.: idge ? -'
of thi :
gardi I here s ? I pun
- . . ;mption. 1 '?'
that thi? governmi
terdeu t iat Gen right to
sink th? ?. i? i, bu
itruction of ni
The Imperial ? ha
;? mderstood thai
. ? ' ? .- 1
States than any pi ' * I *
?ni ?,, postpom
for ?. week ar two 1 bs am
- .- ? . ,-ub
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... to hi thai
.: ? ra? I
.??-.. I I . 'a. .
tnother itage of I 1
'?..?.. : , thai ?
tion? will again he extend?
In any cas? ilmeot
: eg very
? , - Eren A.l
. . ia?e bee-i
? . ..f 'ho
eua.** The danger ef 1
many or of
cou-ir. ? f the 1 rrbel
eonti ?lloved n
Language l .tuse? Hit. h
Se r.-'a?- ;. Lansing
that thi rd ?
cur in 1 v
(ad by I he
! tarv I .. ?
m that ths ? ? ' ' v