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SAYS GO GENRY WITH GERMANY
Premier of Austria Has Written Let
ter to Secy. Lansing
Amsterdam, Saturday, Nov. 3.
Henrich Lammasche, premier of Aus
tria, has written a communication to
Secretary of State Lansing, discussing
:he situation in Germany, according to
Vienna advices. Prof. Joseph Redillon,
member of the Austrian Reichsrath,
and Dr. Meini joined with Dr. Lam
masch in sending the communication
to Secretary Lansing. It was written
on October 18, nine days before the
I.ammasch Cabinet was formed at
V i inna.
In opening )r. Lammasch recalls to
Secretary Lansing 'the four months
which, years ago, we spent in common
labor with the object of maintainin:
peace between the two great nations."
Ile refers in this to the court of ar
bitration which decided that the New
Foundland fisheries dispute, which
was held at The IHague in 1910, and at
which I)r. Lamlmasch was presiding
offictr, and Secretary Lansing was
cotiselor for the United States. The
c'ommunication sets forth considera
tions which, the writers suggest,
should be taken into account in Pres
ident .\Wilson's reply Co Germany. It
says in Hart:
"The German people can carry out
President Wilson's program only in t
manner corresponding to their condi
tions, traditions and it:eils. The more
und i:t.urbed the German people ar:'
left, and the fewer attempts that are
mail'' to keep them in I-ading strings,
the more surely and quickly will they
attain their objective.
"Conditions which the German peo
ple could not consider to be humil
iating would be rejected, or, if forced
to accept momentarily, they would
bear them so long as the more im
mediate necessity compelled. .lust as
after Tislit, the German people, as
soon as they recovered their strength,
rise as one man against the inj ;tice
inflicted upon them.
"Only by considering these matters
in formulating a program may the
permcious power of militarism be
(The allusion to ''islit in the forte
going comntunication refers to the
treaty of Tislit which was forced upon
Russia and Prussia by Napoleon in
July, 1807. P'russia by this convention
had to surrender her dominations wer
of the Elbe and the territories taket
when Poland was divided in 171)3 anI
TRAINING AND USING TIIE
LIEN MAIMED IN BATi'l.
The Red Cross institute for crippleu
and disabled soldiers strives not only
to train men for suitable work after
they are disabled in battle, but it a;
so seeks to find the work for which
they are trained. The manufacturers
of paper boxes are cooperating with
the institute in an -ffort to supply
the needed work for the disabled men.
This industry is a lare employer o:
unskilled labor; the machinerv use I
by it is simple an.; easy to operate
and, in fact, none of the work is im.
possible for a man with one artificial
leg, and as much of the work is seat
ed work, even the loss of both leg:
would not disqualify a man. legless
mien will prove specmally valuable im,
he hand work of these facdories
whr're candy and cigarette boxe are
laade, many of these being decorat'd
with laid on gold leaf;, expensive tmi:a
Delicacy of touch is o.i. , th,,
traits that disabled men see', to Ae
velop, as is shown by the work of a
young man who was piaced h> Im
stitute in a factory makma' gyro
scopes, which are used to s*abilive
aeroplanes. This work re pir.s the
leftest manipulation and in tie 'ast'
if the man referred to this character
1st ie was so highly deovelopedl as to
'0omnu1ind for him al sailarty ot' seve'.yt
five dlollaors a weetk at piece work.
Othler' work for inen wvith but onet
leg can lie found ini tihe maiking of'
.irt ific ial limbs, inl oxy-acetylent' weld -
img, mei(chanic al drtaftinrg, print1inzg,
moit ion pictur'e toper'ating andt pr'Oniue
tive jewelry; while meno with doubb.'
log am iiputations1 fim; oppo~irt~ui 1ity ini
macithme wvork such as aut omtat ieI box
makinig, covertin1g, cuottin1g, st ri pp ig,
lahelhing, printing atna st ayinig ma~
While the oppiotit ies areo nieces
sar'ily less fort oine armed', men, still
here' ar e mnyu automtat it' macith ines
for buox nomking, Iletl lig ariulc'ordine-o
vhiich th''se nu-n1 ar' tautghlt to palui:t'
ind to opera'te, we'ill. No c'riplet in
hose datys rued despai;r of ai liveli
btod, fior lt' fid (ross edlucatiorn
mlakt's life' worthl whilte (or thlese' men.
VOI.'ANO A("I'IlVE AGAIN
Ki iau'a in Erupition F~ollow ing Quake
Ilionoluilu, Nov. :3. --Spotinbg lava i
11un I red feet. tromi new craicks in thIi'
>bi floor Saturoly morning, tihe crater'
'K lauen ent irely buiried the olid res!
T erupt ion followed severe rarth
uantkes th roughou t the ilad of Iha
aii IFriday itighit at 11:33 o'clock.
Theii 1Kilauiea firze pit haos been risinig
orat thIree' dayvs and lava': is flowine
'oni~tiuusly inl sever'al dtirectionr.
AlIAN WITlIlOtiTI A COlIN'i'IRY
h'esolution Int roduced to Hanish ('01un1
A msterdama, Nov. 3.----A r'esol utiori
wvillI be intr'o'lueed in tile next sitt ing
:f the Natiotnal Assembly, says a tele
graim from Viennia, banlishiing Couttt
Argdrassy (Austro-H utng'ar'ian foreign
minister) from the territory of Ger
iman-Autstria ont ac(couttlt o? hiis note to
President Wilson. Thew resoluttion wvill
say thait the count was '"illegally ap
icnttedl by the former A us'trian Emn
to~tr Charles,"' and that he is to lie
Get the Genuine
banished forthwith as "a trouble
Count Julius Andrassy was ap
pointed Austro-Hungarian foreign
minister October 25 in succession to
Baron Burian. As foreign minister he
add'-essed to the Washington Goverat
ment a note October 28, asking Pres
ident Wilson to begin overtures ois
Catarrh for Twenty Year
Mrs. M. S. Davis, 1607
10th Ave., N. Nashville,
"After having been a constant
uferer from eaturrh for more
than twenty years andI after try
ing almost every rensdi y adver
tised, ani having lost all hope. I
very reluctantly began the use
of Peruna. about two years ago.
iEverybodly says I look younger
now than I did twenty years aign.
andi 1 actually feel younger andi
better, andi weigh miore. I amt
reconnenaling it to my neigh
bors anti all with whom I cono
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What would yc
who would take an
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Swift & Comp
getting fresh meat
of which the packi:
hub. Retail dealer
Swift & Company
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much use for hub (
for the spokes that I
to make a wheel of
Swift & Compar
are placed, after tl
tion, in centers w:
good for the most
Each "spoke" is in
knows that he is there
at all times with meat
who knows that if he
How much good w
rim of the Swift "whet
were done away with
We g3ive speial at tentio.. to
mistake in ordeurinrg "T'ITI ICI.
nmers guanrantee hvi a oar namen I
tation. Write us9 NOW.
the subject of peace in behalf of the
Austro-Hungarian Government "with
out awaiting the result of other nego
tilations." The following day Count
Andrassy addressed a note to Secre
tary Lansing requesting the Secre
tary's intervention with President
Wilson for an immediate armistice on
all fronts and for the commencement
of peace negotiations.
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