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POPE ASKS PEACE ALLIED!
WAR CHIEWS MEET
Rome. Pope Benedict's allocution
to consistory of cardinals contained
stirring appeal for early peace.
Paris. Firs twar council with all
allies represented held here today.
Gen. Joffre presided.
London. 19-year-old youths, con
stituting class of 1917, will be called
to colors in Russia early next year.
Berlin, -via Wireless to Sayville.
That Serbs and Montenegrins have
temporarily halted Teutonic offen
sive along Montenegrin and Albanian
frontiers indicated by official state
ment London. Part of Serb forces that
retreated from Monastir across the
Greek border joined Angle-French
London. British passenger liner
Japanese Prince escaped from Ger
man submarine after five-hour chase
in which she was heavily shelled.
Athens. 105th German division
has been rushed to Lustohuk, pre
sumably to meet Roumanian con
centration near that point and to re
pel expected movement of Russian
Roumanian order commandeering
all foreign shipping in Roumanian
ports, "in interests of national de
fense," was scheduled to go into ef
fect today. It was expected to give
rise to trouble at once along the Dan
ube if Roumanian authorities seize
Austro-Hungarian or Bulgarian car
go boats carrying munitions.
King Constantine, it was reliably
reported today, is about to assure al
lies that; their demands will be met
in fulL Greece may not openly state
her position to the world, but assur
ances will be of such definite nature
as to remove all doubt in London and
Since Serbian troops retreated into
Greek territory last week after fall
of Monastir no word of their move
ments has reached Athens in press
flaly minor dashes with Teutonic! Suicided. Money quarrel,
advance guards now marking Serb
ian retirement into Albania. Most
severe fighting in Balkans is going
on south of Plevlje, where resistance
of Montenegrins is reported to have
checked Austrian invasion.
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for an American youth to face death
as a spy in a foreign country.
After months of imprisonment in
an English prison, where he would
have been executed as a spy but for
the activity of the state department
and CoL Theodore Roosevelt, Ken
neth W. Triest, the young Princeton
student, is safe at home again.
Washington. Champ Clark was
today re-elected speaker of the
house, 221 to 194.
New York. Biltmore bellhops rate
Henry Ford as a class D tipper good
and substantial, but not spectacular.
He began with 50-cent tips, but re
duced them toa dime.
Cleveland. Rocco Scheda, 36,
Newburgh Heights grocer, shot and
slightly wounded his wife, Rosie, 26,