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KAISER AT THE FRONT IN POLAND
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The emperor at the council table of Hindenburg's rmyr-$xamining the
maps of the battle front. An officer is placing a cigaret in his lips.
New York. Frank D. Safford,
Plainfield, N. J., hotel clerk who iden
tified Ott'y. James W. Osborne as the
mysterious Oliver Osborne in Miss
Rae Tanzer's suit, held for grand jury
on perjury charge. $12,000 bonds.
Red Bank, N. J. Ludwick Kroted,
27, froze to death in Easter blizzard
after falling exhausted.
New Haven, Conn. Virginfus J..
Mayo,: millionaire radiator Trtamifac!
turer, settled suit tof Susan M. Wah
lers, who charged him with being the
father of her 2-year-old irl, by pay
ing approximately $5,000.
New York. Col. Delancey Astor
Kane, credited with being father of '
coaching in America, dead.
Washington. Government has
decided to issue passports to Ameri
cans wishing to travel in Europe in
fntare. only if they can show they
have business. -. - -
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