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TARDIEU TO URGE EXTENSIVE
WAR BY AMERICA
Paris, April 26. To preach the
gospel of intensive war is the mission
on which Andre Tardieu and a group
of French specialists in various de
partments of the war are shortly to
leave- for America as representatives
of the French government in the al
To the Unitqd Press today Tardieu
outlined what this new mission plans
and emphasized the imperative ne
cessity that America and Americans
throw their full weight immediately
into the struggle if they desire to
give best aid to the allies and help
win the war in the shortest possible
First of all, France needs ships,
grain and steel. Tardieu hopes to
confer with .Gen. Goethals about
America's building program of "sub
marine evaders" ami to talk with
other American experts in various
WAIT' LLOYD-GEORGE'S WORD
ON ERIN IRISH HOPEFUL
London, April 26. England is ea
gerly awaiting Premier Lloyd
George's promised announcement to
the house of commons on the Irish
question. There were increasing in
dications today that the whole home
rule problem might be settled by
some hint from America.
The spirit of conciliation in the
Irish settlement has undoubtedly
been greatly advanced by dispatches
from British newspaper correspon
dents hi America detailing American
views on Ireland.
PAISLEYS DENIED NEW TRIAL
Judge Kersten has denied a mo
tion for a new trial to Oliver F., Jas.
T. and W. S. Paisley, heads of the
defunct Edgewater State bank. Oli
ver was sentenced to three years in
prison, James to three and . W. S.
Paisley to one year. They were
charged with receiving deposits when
bank was not in sound condition.
Th'ey entered an order for a stay of
judgment. This will be heard Mon
day. DEPT STORE GIRL ARRESTED
John Hood and a girl employe of
The Fair were arrested Tuesday in
a rooming house at 19 W. Huron St.,
where they were living as "Mr. and
Mrs. John Hunt." Complaint was
made to the police by Mrs. Emma
,Hood, 531S S. Honore st, who says
she is Hood's wife and the mother of
his four children.
Hood, who is employed as a press
man by the Hall Printing Co., is
charged by Mrs. Hood with deserting
her two months ago after he brought
jier from St Louis.
Hood defied the state to prove he
was legally married to Mrs. Anna
Hood. Judge Stelk continued the
case for investigation.
Wdrkers' institute gives farewell
celebration in honor of Sam Agwis
ky, who leaves for Russia, 8 p. m.
28th ward Socialist Woman's club
social, Rockwell hall, Milwaukee av.
and Rockwell, 2 p. m. Refreshments.
Esther Falkenstein settlement,
Woman's club, Reciprocity day and
unveiling of late Esther Falkenstein
portrait, 2 p. m., 1917 N. Richmond.
Horace K. Tenny and Keene H. Ad
dington, mayor-etect of Lake Forest,
speak on "War Emergency Work" at
City club luncheon, 11:30 a. m.
Speaking 1 p. m.
London. Col. Bullock, panadian
army, former Chicago clergyman,
working with influential aid to have
all Americans in English, French and
Canadian armies transferred to one
division which would wear American
uniform and fly American flag.
There's a pacifist paper in Oberlin.
Somebody ought to chisel the "0"
off the date line.