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look of being, held up y an inner
flame of enthusiasm, you were like
nothing else so much as the scarlet
salvia that bloomed and held its head
to heaven until the last kiss of the
sun gave place to the cold breath of
frost that meant death."
- (To Be Continued) ,
POPE ASKS WILSON TO ARRANGE
PEACE FRANCE NOT WILLING
Rome, May 12. Though no infor
mation Is obtainable from the Vatican
it is generally reported In Home that
Pope Benedict, through Mgr. Bon-
zano, apostolic delegate to Washing-.!
ton, has requested Presj Wilson to
initiate a movement for peace.
It Is rumored here that Prance
alone, of all the belligerents, is'not
now inclined to make peace.'
The above .cablegram from the
Rome bureau 6f the United- Press
was transmitted through Havre and
therefore passed through hands of;
both Italian and Frenchcensors. The
fact that both censors permitted ca
bling of statement may be of high
est significance as indicating atti
tude of allies toward peace hint con
tained in the German reply to Pres.
Wilson's "submarine note.
Headquarters to be opened here
Saturday for a Roosevelt boom.
A MEHRY OLD
IN A TREE,
HE WORE A
THE SAWS OF
HE FlliED WITH
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