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VOLUME 20
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1918
NUMBER 217.
FORMER KAISER STILL CLAIMS THRONE
Late Ruler of Germany Declares He Has Renounced Nothing, and That He Never Signed Document Surrendering Right to Royalty
Loo
.EZ J
Rflr
ALLIES AGREE
IS
OF EX-KAISER
ON Pi
HMENT
SHERM
WILSON TR
ONMIF
MEMBERS OF BRITISH WAR
CABINET AND FRENLH AND
ITALIAN REPRESENTATIVES:
DECIDE ON PROPOSED ACTION
TO PLACE FORMER GERMAN '
RULER BEFORE TRIBUNAL
HOLLAND WILL BE MADE:
ais joe
ip is roe
lEO! AB
N PLAN?
E ABROAD
001 f) WEEK
DECORATED BY PERSHING FOR BRAVERY
MANY REPUBLICAN AND DEMO
CRATIC SENATORS LEAVE SL'N- '
ATE CHAMBER WHEN 1918 C. O.
P. PRESIDENTIAL ASPIRANT,
OPENS ATTACK ON PRE3I-1
DENT'S DECISION TO ATTEND J
PEACE CONFERENCE !
AMID CHEERING CROWDS. PRESI
DENT! A LP ARTY LEAVES WASH
INQTON FO't NEW YORK WHERE
TODAY PEACE DELEGATtS WILL
BOARD TRANSPORT FOR VOY
AGE TO BREST TRIP EXPECT
ED TO REQUIRE SEVEN DAYS
PRESENTS RESOLUTION EXECUTIVE WILL FILL
TO GIVE UP WILLIAM DECLARING VACANCY i TREASURY POST TODAY
Definito Announcement to the World ' - - "".,.., ,.
After PraeTdent Wition Reaches Defender of Executive Aaserta Gritiet Sueaoaaor to Secretary MeAdno W.'
EuropeFoeli Propoaea to Cut Off Are Trying, tu Moke Political Cepl- '
Any Poanlble Escape of Hun Out-! tal Hopuliliosn Floor Leader prom-',
;v; ' ises Tltt They Will Remain Silent'
on Grave Mlaaion Cummin Would '
Sy The Aaeoclftted Free. (Dictate to Ponce Conclav.9
I HurlitH 1 n 1 . f Mtnliora it 1hl
lllltlxli War Catltnct und Krenrti mt ' By The Atiaotlated rreaa. ohctr.'nr f,'v''' '" '' v "i
waaningion, tw a tin' i;puO" t urn t.ui ifii n.i' ;.'(.i;ri n i. i,
Ilrftti mid fkmocr'itlc pJnBtim l.ft 'attHjard a fl.il tr.tin fm Y.u
Be Announced Upon Arrival in New
York Director Qanoral of Roilroadi
May Not Bu Choten at Thia Time.
1 Witahinnton. D. C. 'lno
l -Anil. I
,1 lt ,...l
I (film ii ropreMtiuitlvm hi U.nilnn. !
wa nnnoilnpr-d today. hnvi nttr-i'd mi
to lite proposed pUnlihment of William
ffohenxollprn. buthuve i,chlid to mist
pune action until rri'Hidf lit Wilaon
rwtohea Fu.rio.
the Allien tire unwilling, aaya the
Kvnlng Newa. lo permit anv IrI
U'chiijeullty to prevent the former kais
er frdm foelilt? trlnd before an allied
trlljimiil. If llpllsuid reftutu to estra
ditti without the (.oiixfii! ut (lertnany.
prisur will lie tiMiuuht to obtain Oer
man approval of tTio pmpotwil trial of
the former empornr.
Yiv
London, Dec 3. Th& prwne ef
Sfnrshftl Foch at the conferenesd hare
this week wrtH dsslrotl, U t luamcU
chiefly for tlisruiMton of UlU tit nmtli
d of cuttlitt; off ejf-Kalnep H"11liBlin'
i"lnwy. ft mny, linleul, b KWtwl Uwt
iiUiih "i" uinli i JllncUHf Ion for aulzlng
thn fiilllim- rmmwr Ijy fO(0 If iiu JO9
not "imp readily onn tlm Xormeil !-
LtlUaiVa
thp Wciiftt" i h-iml. r torto wti'H f"i n) n t-immw 11 im.I tin- o'h i mi in
utor Uwkii i- Y Shri' n ',' n- ' tl'" m i'" m '! '. u i ' i.i 1 "
i;l. rrpiiii' ' in p .-'mi'I'! :is!r!in' ' i ! ' " i
.iMM-oh ' ii'n M'I !''csll-n' Vv 11 i i' I' 11 " '' i"'i.' W.'.
mm !f'-!''!'v to tro rilni 'I t-t -! "' ' .. '" Hr i it :'
tfnd tin- Vi rnill iwaiv run wn u
In a l..b;itc with Senator MlUsma, Befoiv n
dijnXK-rat. of MlMtsatnpt. tn? Hltnouf Wa ennotttm .1 ,.t th U til
MOion diK-lttmil the Prldfnt'H It'lii to , he ln,tndK tu l. uln-oiul
'
iuii'ml J'i'1" Inn- . ,i i.. i , r
I 1 s .
Says He Foresaw Defeat
of Germany in 1914 at
Battle of Mar tie Rive
By The Associated Press,
Oosterlnnd, Holland, Ttc 3. 1 )! ring that ho did not d
i ho Kuropcmn war, and that lw know (iermnny was dofeated at t
litttfif of the Ifarne in ltM, Frederick William Hohenzoilern, for
cr kniser of ilu Uorman Umpire, stnted today in a lengthy convent
it ion u itli an Ansociatwl PresB t'oriesponuwt that ho had not renoui'
h1 a. ythintr and that he still elnimn tho title of German Grown Priii1
"1 huvf- not renount'Hd anything, and havo nut signed any dom
incut n Imtpv tr,' asserted the ex-emporor.
Thr intorview, htfh is one of tl-.c Ttiggost nows beats ever oh
.iiKil hy any correBpondcnt, uas given u. a small secluded cottug
n W iinij?f!i Isdand, where tin- former lcaisor has been interned
v since his arrival in Holland.
WiMtam declared that he had always beeu a grrnf ,idroh -I'reaident
Wilson, and that he believed the i'roidnt i "tM " .
i.houti a just universal proof at tiu- N'cifiHillos eonfercn7 !.
Th former emperor uiiribnti'l i ionnany's national
i - n'liMon that -i i lit it it fi v i .'c' s ',(( T
)! IVH
Ira try t CI
l!r( l' ' it ; (
i II U l'M
I riii' t!H rtj-paitaio. i'.
Mount tlmi !
iiOottt MX)
KilTOlH) won unjuntlflfd, .tud that It wi l; Ai i oitii.'inif d hy &v WHiwin.j
vnn.ftllutfn a "itravo uipna-, sind fcv will vlH Kranti, KnRl.iiul. tt ily and
might cutt inwldloua tnlncblt-t." Helglnm. In which great i. rpptiotm r j
In aplrll.! atenm of the Praul- 'hetnir iirierfl fnr Him.
asm cweision iw an iu unc ,"iw'.,i vw
by Christmas
naaco con(orno, SWtator VWUlMrta
4)MburM) tttst the Prwldent ortttoa
nr try tli ir to make rxjHtMftJ eauttail.
l(n cited th faot that Mth furftr
FroMldcnta Taft imd Hooiv-nt ittad
trfno outsttli' tlMi I'nltcil Kitnot! lur
fllK tlwir rna pert I v tprma.
The debate w at lt heleht whr
Kattrmatrntttttve Uautn of lltlnola. re-
bUtitHmrt floor tKlar, iwwd Wt-
lrfl9HJfint annouiHXKt hmtwe hit imcc
Ml pullfttl out of th lnn!rtVBtita t
Hon that h wonhl mak knowit tho
WftcoMot' to Hftretin y MA1oo uixm
ti nrrlveU tn Nvw Tork
Tff miJ refervnea to ( xolmtinn
at a uoeot' tit McAdi'o ii the oapao
tty of Pt rector OnntTnl of Railroads,
ind left ba tnfrnr that thin oMVIaJ
!um out ItaM-n d tormtnrd upon.
Tu pffrit:;ii hiMt vi b convoy
1 hv rlrrailtiuuaht 1'annrvtatiai and
fivi I '11 li . IH!V'"!.
mand for hi MurreatM ft
i-'(...w...ri.-iui.i1..ii)afXi
Mrsm rWhTmft"mrii moothl- Actional atrilP should not bo pwinltwd
otto of tho QtXHtoHHia salt! to tba ow-i i int.rf. with tho fr-aldoina -f.-ny ,
rinpomlfnt: "Tfrerii must lit- no ftimli- j wiaalon Ho tiud that tln-i.' touM
lltiB with tlllB allHporr 'iitomer.M he " om im tod movement lv ifj.ub-j
Ftuiice iVOilM nattirall - gloat ovit ! Urnn l uinn cHnim-n to mlinrni 'Iwj
the triumph of ItoldltiK U illl.nn Hohen- i lYfKnl. nt .ind timt h- illil nt tu tlevi
aollern a a prisoner, a triumph toittw Aiiurtian p-oj.li il'l .u r.ite i
.ut.iAt. i.. ..u., .liiu.i ,,.,'iini m.ililitnt in that whl.h m', illill i
..." " J,:!, -u l"' t'rVu.,", .? '...., -Ii.-m '"r U... -.i.n.1 ami
her. Hnwavw. alnro there i n'lm)tid
ly not tlia reinatext chanc of th x
nvo"r'ch wanplni: front th x-H-KlWIiea
llrltlli rla. It 1 ntiiidir.l mont like
ly tlwt lt will lftJlrougll liittu-i-.
"Home
is Slogan o f Soldiers
At Camp Scurry
i..i)j
111 H..
. A1 1
a'li' ti'fo tr.r i i'ii?v;-'
i if 1H.1 dljaiff .1 $ k)!-'
;ircvt't tlf v.ac !iit'iiii
Pari, in.' 3 "iil Wllliin H.irli
milltoiv a'li ''i I'lPitntfiit WiImiu ut
Ihr Wltlt tt')uw ufPIl! .'uiMni nnt. I
whn h' Join.'l tin' Aimtli.iti fniccH it1
thrt frunt li'ii tti alvot: (ftt'ti- Jtrc
. iilt of tin 1
Tln lifh.iti li.-twcpn ,Hnit.i'n f-Uvi
man .mil U illl:iiui. .nlaiif.l tit two
hout. Shernuin ntr.ilutli.it ! vpon
liter itt.it tin- thai' of tin- 1'ifBlik'tit h
tlt-lurd uiuint Afit o'.i-i t., the
S"ii.'ti i!iltlonn I'omi'.iito-H fur ion-
London, p t -Tho :1Hil nnfi-j aldnratliin tomorrow.
rm pt llM first of tlt aarloa of delll ' rtrttator fumniln'a :i-.. Union . ll
(trnt)Qnti at Tlowiittiif Htnt ygti-nlay. lnr for a dlogutlon ot iKht
ileolddtl upon ti Joint .illi.-d plan to turn t" intend th p;i"f n-nfurencu,
prestr Uollatnl for th "irr'iiilM of Hit. itacl a reiolmlon introduci-tl today by
tijt.kalir. the Dally Bxpiawt aaya. Mimator Knox. reputUran. of renoajl
in
th-it lntv
l--ttlttt
I 1 Illl.'tl
i Mini nf th
" m itx t'liri.
fltt.il l.fn'
).,rk li. . I . I,
'llS!(il
' wl.lc". tt.l . i-the mutirlal nuulri'-, 1 "" ,,r"1' tt'" ' 1 '' ' 'W'
rauit f.f tli iuMl.-.n iMcitaf-i to th. "Hl,tf '" ' ' ' " " ' who
pr-ao ...i.K,. - t,..-lt .11 V-r.,III- u,.l ' '' ' "f '''i
I'hiw. With !,! ut. .! mi .-,tt.i wiut- ,,:Uh ''i"'i. i -i hip - ,-. ..,
tl. V .- , Ml ,,f Ml .ft uhi, t l.svlnir I UrtsrMO ,,lltt Ui-' Hll II ' 'I.
ivoi-1.1-.! -nit mill, r tlif Ktm r U mipr
.UlUll I'f 'J. II 'I Kl'l H J 'IM-. Altll'tl'
(.in iui.it .1 v mi mi'i'r .if tin Ail..'.! Win
O.tllili II
aVr tot tl' itt and jmnlnl mi!i!i. .tlnn mclr. tun all jirovtelona
motley ordurf r tm lcrwtd tht nt i."lmltr owlw tooklnjr fortwii
w U by nitMt ..mj uf KnurthJ ' ":-',l t rolUtt.
WDlCfl VIUB aWlfit nuA. at WbaaaatK aVlaMI
VMM ArHHMT -t Vn. 8orrv, mntii.n immrmn h,M(urv Vt
Pnfv, v., ,.r,. j. ii,,.. t ...,.r. t(-'-' r. VTt"-.: .. !i,vf !.-(.. J.mcUlnl with
lu lr i-arly iltvi h iran mil r. turn hom i It ! .,., ; iuivh rttl(!v Juat how
y J l!M4, the former iron king deHared the military leaders of Genu..tv
told him to mind hi own iniftinpss.
! ''Germany ' position became hopeless after 'tho Battle of the
i alarms," he stated, "for it was in that battle that the German Gen
lerftl Staff suffered a eiwe of nervousness. J tried to persuade tho
Oeiieral Staff to seek poneo at thai tirno by giving up Alsaec-Lor-I
raitte bnt wiw told to kooil my mouth out of uffaira."
- Hpeokililt of Ills rtlaht Into Hollatt!
William aald that bo croaioii the Dutch
border tinmoleetrd, Ha itald tils re.i-
i j.
j j .j. 5 j
IN A NUTSHELL,
v
thi
menu, a It,,
it' ( ii li i
- I- .imiitr
IV vl-titcrt ' ill. tni-n in tu. ,li. ,.i, ,,, ,., i -.in Kj,
md out liutrio, i. ,t tt i,i tl.-tja-ht thty will hU'
1 m .!pti!i 1'hrlaH utt piolult'!
iillllH i, ..'In. I 1 1 Ai.l .,., i fioun-l';'
' -i. .it..! i i r' k mi. tt.'ir ti.ijiiinirt.-i-',.:
t'.ii i.l.uj. in i uli.ilinsiii The
iiujontv i,f tn nun livi In th. i:.it- "I"
I'tti -,ml New Kfiirliind Mtjti'K and it in'"'
iv itK... ti.i.r thev will ml iin as(
',r nni' 'ii ill- .hmhiii IhiriiukH in, "5
t i u ' i inn.
Hunt
i.l-
Afl.
. ' I.'
ilm rent, clur I,, tlif i
it
I ..in i
Preaidtnt Witaon will 1 th fut
, "f tt'n !'" -h nttlon rn, t! o -ipnf
jhi :il. )m . ' Fi ii h ai.il ..ri! IIh v mhi-a
.will t.Vit )iin.eiJi n ninoottunir the do-
utU of i iilertartrawnt. Other hada of
,.rti. ffinHaii foe ilia nv.om. i vurtiH itranoalnir DOatnotMtment hr the '
piil-ftfa oxtrtauiHoit w aarwa.1 upon, War- vnim "" '"""'' nation h'.vr wwc a military chlf.
It w, Htnleil. Tliaausfguatton by rwal- Of teBur r. n.Uot .nJ "T'J'but the frr,t,imit'a vl.it wlU b dia-
JH-ilt wimonjimi Hlpr "mo ruin inufwiaii win aiau "w"" '"" i tlnctly nn cvi.r.t of ittaln
mocitilmo to brintf William Huhwtiol- row. I
mmuw 'L ?"ji,uht and datn.yr- wilt mt
trlv.n out hr th ttuthT. waf U ,nrlB i-r.kmit witaon. with , J ""; i - uu.
iKtra laUK f t18nti, rput.lloat). In I " "c ti,i.,, ' "ii..v ...if
Jfiril.tn trltli H were fltseuacml at
u4Umlay'a ft8tl. tl t tiUUxJ.
f,N'ntw..Tila f tho fwst Inktlni; to
moll Amrlaw"Ult PraaliUiit Wftsc.
ima jiHt'tlcliintoi. tn the exhnn of
ojitpton rsKlirdln; tha x-kaUW fate.)
The Ujitly Ntfw my the confnrom
dpoided to .k for ho anipsror's aiir
render "without d Bitty "
NAVY CAPTAIN IS
MADE AN ADMIRAL
Wnthinijton, I)t. I (!pUUB Ve-
tor Ulne, now romniandinic th u
pcrdrwidtwtigbt TVx-i h io
lctl for ilntntl a chief nf thi l.u
rwnu of navli.tlon, with rank of roar
admiral. H w ihlot of thf l.ureuu
for four yearn, i-ridintc In Auut.
181 ti, when he wo ualni to a.a
duly.
Sttcrolairy OtanWI innoumml, tiwlaj
tho taeniiinK of faptaUi Hl.m'x noni
lnntion to tlio wink' and .ilao thai of
ner Adnjlrol DaMd Taylor ti.r an
other taur or duty a ottUtt r-onatrue-tor
of tho rtftvy.
the llouiui except thst tt would d-v
Olflro the oil u u of Uia I vci.itit v.i
oaut and roiulri tho Viet Pmtiamt
to rv "until a rVwnnt Hhd.ll lf
duty Ktel."
. KeHURi; fl" 'ntiti!tiunl il'ilmt. of
the Prwalocnt, it hi
"hat Ia th ilff.srli ! ! . "
IVoaidWllt and hl atiiM-ne,- from
Urfitui of tlu I i.-t I tntfU ind
froiu the ca.t . f cioi.-. in fixe'l
and .'.foi.ired In Inw l imrt th t"i.
In hrl JuMnJ to i .niitiit- an Jti
ability to !.- '-.irtif th- j)W. - .ui'l
ilutli.B of th.- s.ml oftl-.' .-f t'i I'rpal
Ull t til"' tl''1 ,-!.ll" IH'I I- I-
j lty diwlarod to rf.utllt t M.i.in-
ni aucti nttiiw il i'ri-MuVin I that
lliu uaauu ;iri'i ilutlea tU. ' -.'! J
ImtiKNttatt'ly ui.on burn ilffi.irt.ire ano I
't?
1( I atttw' ti'd thiit tha PreaMi w'th
'h uitlioii fl i., v .11 an l v at ftreal
on the aft'-t 1'iMiti of IH'i'imlwi 11
AiUnii.il Way., who h,i rttunvd to
ho rnlt (1 ftatf, tn)' - Tiimand the
airut "1Uii.lti.il ,ii.-,m I'm Ailtllllii'
Tiii. .limit . ( l 'l! (i f. .im tl..
' nil. ,. I. 1'. II .... ...l.i
7 !. f .rt v 'i 'h Pi I. i
v , (l I , , i, ,l i I o. '.. ,
t-itohon ii..i ,i, t i I. " . en m "i M
-' - M "I'tll. 'I' Hrcst Kppet'tim'r
Will I K'M.11 til.' J..,.Uli,f.' of Bl.'wl f',1
U pull. II' ll. Hll. .4tl It 'ill uf ttftll 1,111
A ' lirt l ti 'i in ut i-uii"- '".fti
iinN. th- l'rt'1,1 t.t h il-.,n iui will I,.
' ii. rmiitl I ..'.I .iilliiv. which In
i ii'. t of thi. H-KUlm Auny, v. :l in nil
" ' 1 V. I !!l il'l I 'urpll I 1,1 l-'l
1' 1- . tn.nt t i i. i rv ..iti' -in-t
rli. KiiiT-iuml tu- it utt nan uf v,i
r- t'lffl fo' t'ui' if . ij!tri'ii of
hl kind
I Whiit thf !. of t. rttlmit .m
!depM"tt by tlt (ftmutblllwitlim of (In
evi'Rl hund. ni .nv riraiuw iiirii.ra
be oivr wth hv
. hit m'n will !
.! ' ni - . mi-
.I't.nt; '
Klv i ,
-in rn.ii
l i , . i
I- DUt'
V III.
.'. I -1 . .
.. Il'l
"UK r.
I
to rut up ti- .
I'OlOPfl 1 'i
m indniB i ff t
hi-l th ri'f ri. i
VV
" is ' (t'l. .1
'hutiitli t.i
.ti 1 1 . .ii,
Hw' th..,,
fjr i.wai' I
mtiiljn it
H.inii. ti
r i... i.( .,r ti.
kn 'lifi in. l.i
t.'-nt
ii fiistiwi. i -m "i - i :')i.
' KOUI til. M '. tl . .In
oar.! f.r tt- .'ti-.i In
" H.i lli-ti (..f tl,.'(
'mit .1 tt.Hr routine "I'
v In. I. infiuitea it 3
1 h. :.' with the -1 :
1.' ii . I-. i tniitii... I
. i ii iHiii .
. if.i w.ir Oif. .ii iniallt' '
w ut ul.iicui v-itj-rduy, ol.!
i Mr! ntji.tit thfii- itutiaa.
.tiedint u,iunr i
n furht. D..y aiar IHU'W
.ii.-, but i hnori and!
ter -i j tiWNUMHtrti
ItT hi what WllUnin llolion.
Ki.iii rtt. tMr rdior r th Ouf
hi t Rmpir. -latmu tn the nt
ti.. truth:
THAT
H did net daalre tho s Euro
pean war;
M ia a great admirer of Pres
ident Wilaao)
He liae proof that the did not
plunge the world Into war;
He haa rvnounaed nothlnQi
He I sttlt ruler of Germany
by titlot
He waa never oonaulted about
wan
He was teld to mind ht awn
huinea when he urged peaaei
H ii ready to return to Ger
many and atari f over attain,
a. farttry worker or handy mar
uni! Pua-adam Caatlo
aon for cominif'tplloltatid win that tu
nai no lutiirnr nhiri ln Ipnil hiM nrmlra
fulfill. w. wsnttnc town fti Vn
ids.i (11
J! . fti
, iiuw .
.;. i..; pi'fi-
eel '
,. tl '
i will Iw h . ;.
v o. . iin ,is n i . '..ti-,
The former ruior ileolarcd that 3 i
.urtns th:' wr he wan never consul u
h-, mamliaiti oi hla uublnat or Oint.
Staff, ant that h waa many times '
tho 4t.'k aa tt what wns going on
tlrsiin.
tir tt: wirr uatur
Mt-I Wt.rMrwii m
v i form a rep.iblli: I
;' d to roturn
land to do an tim .
1 1 1 ," tie "oniimini
v
4' !
PITIFUL SCENES MARK THE
RETURNING OF REFUGEES
TO OLD HOMES IN FRANCE
my Aa'jMir X'rraa.
RED CROSS TO CONTINUE Vr,':rJVSt;a-
a t.i v m U'
1 1 hilt-
i"htiaa- i. !.- a.4i i nni tun tt.nntr ut nrnv
utK tint the War $ejwrt-1 . ,..,.,
,:i.;rr: WAR-STRICKEN COUNTRY;
itimc bi-furc 191 tit tth-l '
Texas Aviator Wounded
Thrice Returns to Resume
State University Coarse
Houat" Te
p- 111 I..T '
I '1'
tiw-w M4nv of tivMa r, futfO'.-t
tsi torn !'. fa'hrra ind m'
lia.i tit- it f ...n -.Wav by th
i ,i w.., 4 it Q-rm.in or t.
, : . i h.r.- wer.
'.to1'..
ii'i'..
I
Paria, I . . t
. i-,l ii.,-
Vi
.1. lit
h. ..iti,l i.t I.
I ..i. ii, .s iii. ti fre.
.'ll-..li Wil i.wull' Vltilif'
Ir i ' n
- at.trttn
aliac'iin- b"th I resident from the ter- - ''-' f,r',t "i.wspvir mm.
THE WEATHER.
Corp ClirWtl: l'Ur;
weaterly vHtxltt. m.
iCuat Tva: (?ii6rlly
WtsdnfH.lW.ntW Ttiuwdny.
Vel ToStta: Pair.
light
fair
T
IIBHU it a puace wfcareln man's
mowl In Um
Llko Clauds, upon a windless aum
mr dS
The hours 0wt by; the people
take iw aftame
In Mllen ntfteh. Illie children aro
rltori.il liioltM oi the I'nited Uitea nrt j
tho a,.t ol K.,vc-rfimnt tni-ieuf i!
volvv ut"". tm.l i.. . .1 liy
Vina I'ri !il nt. uliii ar.-ili ..n!.!v . ii'l
i anK!tai til.' (A'ts iUld 'lll!!n if "i
flOB Of SJl'l ITi-rtid'-Ilt '' ' "- 1 a Had
i Mtfctaa until u rrfl.li.it . i .n' lut
i ciKJtl. ami nil otfktiiU a oi ttt (
; Vhw T'n-KMlent wbilo auch pov..fH unit i
dulls ore tm ilvoh ed upf-n hii'i. ih.itl '
li- anil aii- hvt.li dschirwii to be wi
ll, I ir ili init.iitu .ilia P"i lio -i 'i
h!lll .in -i.t. .1 iii I '.m ...l of tlr
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to Ik- ;. i,ttl ll thl
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Kir.s L,fti
utt. I'lr-t fl ,
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hiiitnt wl
and i-'ituudd
f I, I'lll wur
; fin-it i i in '
' ivd !tt fl.-t
'.i ill lilt' !..
I , A II i ItlfH-
W.'IK iitoutjht
h.. 1 l.ix asu uiiiJ ) i-j.vJ, but th.
. hi 1 Aa uu "...
1 uitfiiuit kVl aiivaiit vthti a. iHlt.i
T.n, I It- In f,- fntvoniM ut T
..linn t.. 1 niird Mtalua iclwd .r,i
wl In- aa amuiin lli'M tioy wlioj
t- ft i iimn ti, into the Ij-ou atitiiac
miiK . mi Hi- :ivb if IUh'
- I.t will ( iifipi ho 1vctj AU
ii -.! I'm It . ttnwj to orttci
f V. .t 'Urtll MWU t- h I-
i- .f ih i ri l.i.utiutot WM
. .oi t... ! mi in- ut i iHme4Moa arbiia
. I !. iv ii. frf-rroan prlaonora
i' n- f i ,-j .'t i.j atHHa thai WoertrjTc
I'l'uiJ., w nt j. iiiiicia in thr Hutttr
''"i i.vi ii a l'M l'j a July numamr
.i.iui i-iT-tiiri,,iit Vv htwiKiiii nd two
i t'3'l tot. if, 4
foi ih Mural f..nil:
they say.
tiencif Is orayen-lHiuBht.
tim
Such
Nut t -ia iiBiirllwl a puuBumt
utato.
Thcro Ii iiease amidst the aliook
of iiimn
That jiijle'fk-j' Mio, tioiil. thouch
nit, tho "jr
llurtlft wjyi horror mid i ruilo
wllli !innn5
I.lfe'n srny ulcamn Into golden
iluedH, anil whurck
Thu wlillo awtti'dii lcit. uurlBlit-
citn-ntvsit w done.
W'ronK flltea her dStth.blow and
from un m wjin
Tlmt rlitrlon CT "My Pouiitry!'
maliua inon me.
Klchnra Yiurtou.
GERMAN COLONIES TO BE
TAKEN OVER BY BRITISH
London. !?. t -(Via Montrott!?.
'Valtcr iluniK Long. aewrtary of atate ' '
tor tli colotiivw. upwikinB t Hriatol , moTENEORO'S KINO ( OSES
today diail.'M '. ih" -i t that he THRONE ON VOTE SKUPSHTINA
u momlH-r "I the lommln. i.n"l.ii
ih" itii-imiT "ii Nov, iir London. r- ' I m- Vi hatat of
10 i.'tiai.l.i '.In- frtni. lt..u n..il tn-.n m,,,,k1, ,, .v i-u-i-ed ty tin . ,
demanded fii tluriiini rtt'oi. 1 jj.u,, t; M.,i.incrln nation- liyThe Aaaoetata tttaa.
ho could omphaaiM liutt tiw- finiura tl amaeftiUy, acror.Un t., a mosmtml Washlndton, f-i . - THm, annwil
rei ld hi- rrom I'nurur tlty. 1 ve,tirl dioeue 1 ito in thai Amrru.an
Tim iHnpi'-li H,a nf trnm I 'raxua , r.-pT'dWionsiry Ktaaoo Uao VDfiod from
t. 'he (. hu Sln.jk .i"H I.iiivku hy
R M 1.' fv'i. III. IK. II It . t tl.it I fi
Bi--;.l.titi , ... -.1 1.. i-... ii.on '.'i
1 ' 1 1 ,J 11 la ' 1.. I .1 . 1 . t ' I 1 -I 1 ii.,.-!
t' Mor.tefu t: -. v. (Ill ;j. r 1 1 n 1. 1 Kin,'
1 i.vtt.:
( ARMY SERVES TO STAMP VISCOUNT BRYCE URGES
OUT SOCIAL DISEASES, ALLIES TO SEND TROOPS
STATES A. E, F. REPORT; INTO TURKISH ARMENIA
need have 110 nnxirty on I ho Kiound of,
undue tiMidc-man oil l- irt ot i-ri- 1
Jtritiiln .iipl the .illli.
llo auid uwt alUwui'h h.- .I..I not
dual re- to enlarge the Mm., h iii,n
hu taw no ltMrnMv tu '' ". !'
of the protilurn of tho Ueriiwu t-v.1 m
invB l.v thi.tr Inclusion ill the ittnuiit
Wht.ro the native had Iwen cotuiuUwl '
thoy overwhelmlnalJ' iihok-'I ' 1 '
tarm , )ia ad
TI'm finlh of tho Mn nan inilud-
'I'f . t . ' .ii . -..Ui 1
SECOND INFLUENZA
Snnnorield, Mo lire 3
SPIOEMIC
The luliHc
JO tu 10 a tt-.i'i. itsil. 1.. 1 ordmiii
i.i.ti lllHtit titi.t .y tHt U' 4..l.
. i.i: . -ff M . 4,f th. - . 1..
-.,i. li.. t. th- - iiinnii. w t. '
,11. in F . ' . ayatcm of ,
1 u ,r 1- 1 1 ,, tt, wo.. 1. 1 .
pl . .1 "out of bound' for 1
Stati ti.ti"
I'l ' t t in. ' p'.VMl filll .'.I
1 1 i,e .' u .1 r jiri't fc
li HUiR' n fit uoral'a p.-ocr 1
Tho l
Mr Ta Ataaoiatad Iraa,
London, lic. 3.- In the otMuhiQ of
ViK.xiint Jaiftoo Bryca f 01 mr ambata-
I..I to 1 bo Clititod mtatoa, it la o.
'. .u-Kiid' 1. ".nt every ffori
, i I Ol ill. Il, M. 1 I III , HUff ,, (. l
I ' I I ' ' 1 1 , I , . 1 1 ll Uni I ui
' "inw ii, ..ri'lin.. to '
in admlniolerlnK ti- th-
noil hsohnHn i,i.ill-t i...i 0.1 ' m 11 .?
tutu tut ii wiil ,r th . 1 .. r
lit aiv.l t tt 1 nit' ii. ' 'ti
uf Innort-ii' rr-.t r,.l 1 t r-
t . 1 . 1 .. ii.t 1 t . 1.
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V ,ri"i- it ' if
r i ' t Tl,. .
t.t 1 ' d "
'tafurid ii:- v . 1
i;ipd ' 'roaa ui'mt
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ttur ll'itli!" n f i-1' !...''"'' j
i1,rtll. 1 h ;vi,iil v 1,1. . ' ,
i. '.jr. ! ' tio: ..'' J
roauow-il. I
"V,'t t'H'i: H ' 1 Pit1
fTon-i nut 1- !nr 1 ' I i'
groat vit.ik I .1 . a .. orld tnoat 1
o uuuta to know thnt nt alon th
tilood Of our own dlsrt:t our JictiMtlt
hut th( th wtiule Amriiiu inoplt
1 will contlnur l rpn.l tre..l 111 it
atiMgfUiori .ind ' lilfir' unit 1 t "ii'
, ThO flml h ill of III.' lh V 11m ,
Jioopl" I ti ii"'ii .1.'. ..mi'llnh-.l ,th
I such atut :.1" rn ".ut i-:.!n
fu.ll mi in . . ' iiipt 1 - 'i .. .1 u
thi- atory hut I huvt l-ill; nuU4ib and
to iiptin- in the Anirian pix.plt) and
' fWM Uill thoixi In flouth TOM to
know thu' will unit uk on- tn
wiliiiot i.ii't th' r.-l ft" im'.ii ili.'
'lB'in lt'w
l. .t
I - H
it.xi.itiii.ht.li-
I
I-
i-ont-
:u .1.1-
EDMOND ROSTAND DIES
Par'n, T)-c. JlWmond (tuctand (tliQol wore urdflrcd tioard toda, 'or i-omUutttiiK Ihu diatuutu.
iim noat and tilai wrlsrht dit-d this ttU-lthu kbcohU tlma n n itfauit of a now .
uniiKin. Ho haa hoon-l'l r" 8. outbml of inHuvnwi, I (Coatiuital on I'aife , TJire.)
ma vi.-w U miirmiwil in
II llltc 111. ill !.. 111.. M 1 1 . it, I
i . U.'...' v. ,1,1 , I . . . ' I i...t t
' ' t . I!,- '1 jttlt ,.. 1
1 r .Mi fjr t 'itn'i '
nt 'ton liy tim Allies of tue b fc A.iridi u
I - . -
) (Cui.tluucd oti. Tuifo fi'hr9.)
. ui'ii
I . 1 1 -, I 1 , ii ,1- . 11 , .1 I it ' h ' t
.1 . . . ip , b' . .I . :,. i'ti ri
i'it nir ui. iur tftort to mmt to thf
hf-l. o' t'i- M,,tt,i titr.ttiyfi tt'l. Vt-.
i'n,, 1 1 ' 1. 1 ih.i' iiia a.iKtiei rtiiitg
. -. 'i t- i-i - ei . .1 itt . h in i-
I l l.tiij ' S 1 1 l.n'iMt I'n tfti!
' t.tu
1.4 j
1 u
A".
tt ill. '
' r-rtli,d.
i nieniii.'' td h
'..IT s-njti -row
- t- h-- -
- ! t ,t Mitfrrin t . .
1. 1 i! 'hi h'd wdurt w"
h r ..f rlitA tfifT them bu'
. . -,,n f.ir ih Alliaa, r psrehsnce trt
i" . I f .i'utio to be enrolled in on of
a.- Mite tantU of repotrlo.
..v- and aain aomaone would ruh
. in ti-. i tho atdawttlk (e Kiet a rla
ii . . ft lend ifeoKrilsed lifter years ot
1 --i . a. ltut though such Inetancc
-. i. !r ihoy tiirvihl to huoy up tfte
h ! , of she rmt that jiorhapa further
'lonir 'hrv too. would bo so tortunat
Two .-rt rests wr madp thr'
h ii'iigiv oountloss chlldrtn tnlnh
iv ,.h(o to Me,; up, Dntvo Utt. tc-'
h. w ttrddimr oIom to their mot?
.-' t if th. . had thotn, or If not, to. thr
I., h id i.i-irlii!,'i them on the wajr.
r-i uinrs were nrjilians. or had tvl
riM. . .'flnta tuknn avay br tho Our
man to woik. Terhups, hundred J
mil. B from :hiir humeit.
inaido tho trroa lottnn of th f.j
-inn ! ,riir tun ..? t'lilen ot for anpir;
filed nUnoBf h-t rntlro apac. n 1 -
tentitrlea flletl hi women ahowrd thi-n.
a no iiuu'..ii of lied i runs a ti'itir t0 tj,ulr Beati, whim otliow dUUlhutod 1
(Continued on Vago Three.)
(ContInu4rm Thr.)
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