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GERMAN OFFICERS TAKEN TO U. S. FORT
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This picture shows Capt. Thierfelder and his staff, from the interned
German liner Kronpnnzessin Cecilie, being escorted to Fort McPherson,
near Atlanta, by Major F. M. Wise of the United States army (left).
THE SOCIALIST TICKET.
A reader, E. P., has requested The
Day Book to print the Socialist city
ticket. Here it is:
City treas., Robert H. Howe; city
clerk, Lewis W. Hardy. For alder
me: 1st ward, Geo. J. Royer; 2d,
Fred W. Hack; 3d, J. H. Greer; 4th,
K. P. Gugis; 5th, Fred G. Wellman;
6th, R. M. Kephart; 7th, John T.
Caulfield; 8th, Geo. W. Kohler; 9th,
Chas. V. Johnson; 10th, Jacob Son
nenschein; 11th, Wm. Lewin; 12th,
Louis A. Cejka; 13th, Chas. H. Hair;
14th, H. W. Harris; 15th, J. Louis
Engdahl; 16th, Peter Galskis; 18th.
Harrv E Greenwood; 19th, Isadore
Gordon; 21st, C. N. Anderson, 22d,
Andrew Lafin; 23d (long term), W.
A. Ericson; 23d (short term), Arthur
Maki; 24th, John H. Weyer; 25th,
Paul Pause, Sr.; 26th, Victor C.
Koehler; 27th, John C. Kennedy;
28th, Carl A. Juburg; 29th, Marcus
H. Taft, 30th, Aaron Henry; 31st,
Jacob Markowitz; 32d, Pierce L. An
derson; 33d, Wm. E. Dunn; 34th,
Morris Seskind, and 35th, Henry E.
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Washington. Plans were com
pleted by government to take over
approximately 90 German merchant
ships interned in American ports im
mediatel ystate of war is declared by