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BANISHES-GERMAN WHO MOCKS
THE UNITED STATES
, Judge C. C. Daily of Marinette,
"Wis., has ordered Mans, a German,
out of the city after serving five days
in. the workhouse on a charge of
boasting of the power of Germany.
and ridiculing the United States.
Mans has first citizenship papers.
War arguments involved him many
times in fights, his accusers say.
PLAN ANTI-WAR MEET
Call for an anti-war convention in
St. Louis during the second week of
April issued by the National Socialist
headquarters yesterday. Contention
of many Socialists- is that people are
to b eurged into war by the metro
politan press, which in turn is
spurred on by munition millionaires,
anxious to make their enormously
watered stock hold up by bolstering
with home war orders.
John Dingier, saloonkeeper, Ham
mond, threw out patron last night.
Then died behind bar. Heart dis
ease. " A5
RETREATING GERMANS LEAVE
ONLY DESOLATION BEHIND
With French Armies Advancing
From Roye, March 20. 116 square
miles of territory, buned black-and
rent with wanton explosions has
been prize wrenched from Germans
by French in district from Chaulnes
to Oise. It is merely part of vast
territory repatriated by French
troops after hot pursuit of German
retirement that for precipitate haste
resembles retreat from the Marne.
Retreating Germans destroyed ev
erything. Roads were dynamited,
bridges biirned, houses razed, towns
destroyed, and where possible, fields
were ruined for tilling.
Paris. "Slight progress" despite
bad weather and destruction f aH
means of communication in Avre-
Philadelphia. Seven sailors of
Germaa commerce raiders Krdnprinz
Wilhelm. and Prinz Eitel Freidrich
made. dash in night for liberty. Cap
tured by marines after shots were
Berlin. Purchase by Japan from
Portugal of island of Macao reported
in Portuguese press.
Berlin. Von Bethmann-Hollweg
warns Prussian diet that there must
be a square deal for all in Germany
after the war. "Interest of working:
class and employer should not be in
irreconcilable opposition," he said.
Washington. Government again
permits mustering out of units of
Washington. Pupils, of Central
high school tear down portrait of
kaiser and hang one of Wilson in its
Lynn, Mass. $10,000,000 worth of
shells for U. S. navy ordered from
General Electric Co.
Boston. Legislature passes emer
gency appropriation of $1,000,000 for
defense of state in event of war.
Signed at obee by Gov. McCalL