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GERMANS IN BRAZIL START REVOLUTION
The three blacked states in South
ern Brazil are those in which- the half
million German residents have re
voltedagainst the Brazilian govern
ment. (They1 are 1, Parana, 2, Santa
"TJie Value of the .Negro to the
Nation," by Dr. Chas. F. Taylor, N.
Y. city, and Mr. Enoch Blanton of
Hampton inst, at City-club luncheon,
11:30 a. m.
Woman's City club luncheon, Audi
torium hotel, 1 p. m. Victor P. Ar
nold, Dudley Grant Hayes and Mrs.
Benjamin Auerback speak.
Winnipeg. Winnipeg -grain ex
change considering discontinuance
of futures trading.
London. Every doctor and every
man with medical training to be
called for service immediately;
Catherinav3, Rio Grande do Sul. At
Porto Alegre, Brazilian troops have
massed to fight the rebels. At Santa
Maria, a railroad junction, it is re
ported the great railway bridge has
been destroyed by German revolters.
"New York. Col. Roosevelt's divi
sion has 130,000 names on its volun
Washington. Carnegio endow
ment gives $500,000 toward rebuild
ing war-wrecked homes in portions
of France, Belgium, Serbia and Rus
sia. Stockholm. Danish Socialist Min
ister Stauning announced Socialist
peace conference will open here early
in May. He expressed hope Amer
ican Socialists would participate.
Lisbon. Portuguese cabinet has
resigned because chamber rejected
its decree instituting national eco