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Afore than Fifty Coigressmen 'Voice
Opposition to Coming Chvil Service
Order. Plan; Stirs Hornet s' Nest.
Washington, March, 8.-More than
fifty Democratic Congressmen already
have voiced opposition to the presi
dent's coming Qrder for a modification
of the civil service to govern appoint
ments of all first, second and third
Postipaster General Burleson was
quoted by some of them today as sug
gesting they might find a remedy by
passing a general law covering the
whole situation when Congress meets
There was talk at the capitol today
that when the postomce bill Is consid
ered at the next regular session an at
tempt is likely to be made to put on
a rider to provide that no money ap
propriated shall be used for paynent
of postmasters a:pointici under such
Representative Mondell, of Wyom
ing, and Representative Hayes, of Cal
ifornia, Republicans, conferred *with
the Postmaster General by invitation.
Mr. Mondell said later that Mr. Burle
son had told him that the order was in
pursuance of his purpose to complete
ly divorce the postal service from poli
Speaker Clark commented on Mr.
'rleson's present practice of appoint
ing the highest men on the civil ser
vice list in filling fourth-class post
mastership vacancies. "To my mind,"
he said, "that raised more cain in
polities than anything else, and it
is one of the main reasons why the
next house is so close. People in a
i)emocratic district want a democrat
in oflice as postmaster.
ONLY E'GHilT'i' MILES
FURTHER TO BAGDAD
Brltish Forces Find *tesiphon Evac
unt4d by the Turks, Says London Re
London, March 8.--l3ritish cavalry is
now within eight miles of Bagdad.
This statement was made today to the
Associated Press by Major (en. F. B.
Maurice, chief director of military op
orations at the war ofilce. (en. Mau
rice said the Tur ks 111(e no d(efense
An oficial statement. Issued tonight
says, that the British forces found
Ctesiphon evacuated an( that their
cavalry spent Tuesday .eight miles
south of 3agdad.
The statement says: "Telegraphing
Tuesday at midnight, Gen. Mlaude re
porte(d that little opposition had been
encountered by our pursuing troops
Tuesday, though a high wind and a
sand Storm ' rendcred marching ar'du1
"A Turkish force that attempllte(d to
oppo s0 our advance at IanJJ olondlay
hatl evacuate( its positions by ''iues
dlay Itorning and su' en'avalr y, taie
'e'ihon, whieh was foundI; I te un -
occupied, hi-OIaced for th' 'nll
Wie r Maw ;i i"; mile: mothgah t :l 41'
I alah , w i11(h it ,Al I ted *l 1h1 oniln
el ti of Ihe I)ial1h rivern the TiII'
tbIbS twnls lromched soTher io'tll
wair ofe reiitagdad. t tlt itl
"DringtI lodas andel oTeeay e
i'l'de uks etlail of Tut-i-Amaa
o Feruar 26s abolt thy haes ad
~'lowe nhgad.y 0 Itilas in thapit ta
the o dCesive haills K oug in th
eforte ith beattoemtoaur
aad, od it had bad, .eievdta
this mt.wn was rhd.y able rts
war Ate takigtre botlest htltl
Turks sdnc all m al ofwokte-mr
gomerary woul gie Hihhv d
ishe of C la ile ba, i
with Cardum, the woman's
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American Engineer Suggests. New
Tyhe of Vessel to Combat Subna.
rine Evil. Wouldn't 'Cost Very
New York, March 8.-A plan where
by cargo tonnage can be created in
this country "faster than Germany can
sink it," hasbeen devised by F. Hunt
ington Clark, an American engineer,
accoiding to an announcement here
tonig'it before a joint session of the
Automobile Club of America the Aero
Club of America and the Motorboat
Club of America.
Tio new type of vessel, it was said,
could be built in great numbers qiuck
ly at small cost and by men of little
skill. Each vessel would be mastess,
smokeless and of diminutive size and
-would have such low visibility as com
pared with the great steel ships now
afloat, that it could be seen by a sub
marine at barely more than a third
of the distance at which the 10,000-ton
steamship now is detected.
In addition, it was asserted, the new
craft, propelled entirely by motor,
would offer a smaller mark, would be
more easily manoeuvered in event of
an encounter and because of its small
draft of from eleven to thirteen feet,
torpedoes that ordinarily would sink
the larger vessel of steel construction
woul,d "pass idly beneath it."
It 'was estimated that a thousand
vessels of 1,000 tons each could be
built at a cost of $100,000,000 in a year.
'These boats would be 183 feet over
all with thirty-six foot beam.
AIr. Clark's plan is to utilize all of
the coastal wooden ship yards .which
now have a capacity of 250,000 tons
a year. To enarge these plants, it
was asserted, would require nothing
more than the clearing of additional
beach or bank, the laying down of
inore cheap wooden ways and the set
ting up of additional lumber planing
and sawing machinery.
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.I others (On re; casy er in..
iii'; barinle's' "fruti: in iniVe:' I : o c
i never fails to is ihose the tile lne
\ r('t lo w n :u. I, n t i 11tkt hutone
k! b and They decarly hoc' it:; pilea;ant
;: llm. I' risli i I ' r !.ablies, cil
dre n f' :-':l a sutl for uy ow -up.s
food cotroller101, 1 )r, .eorchai, 31ne s
datuf.or r I ihacli ( iltat
fLi n warch .t Pr i siant'e
fondustrllter, coul Georel b\iheli
adele indPriae tilet yessibility
that altsrpu enstckseo greiun wuld
be exhaste Dr.n\laierd thaty radi
caltreassuc thw ore neddsoeable
Wtae ohnsepeal in the a rg te
indurial thenters ctolde iads qboed am
aingd Hoerded th amogsalllsty
'tptlofthe people the ni ntar.
feelintg e'vinced~ Is not otie of that en
durt ance for whicho we had hoped. Tis
is huniani natture, butt it is hightly in
toler-abI,, an mattoy have lutost seriouts
oft foods';tU. lI'-eadh ti'e . htat beent
illegal y i-sed oni sutch n . 'thring
exhautiste'(i. So) when potatoes tailed
lhere wa~~'s none' availale. l-'ou a
beenm ~ Irarly ruddaeed owvintg, Iio .-um
thle nimr t. severt'ty to remie I '1.e.
hiemi:'gs while thete was s'i
Tlhe opeech ('autsed a IIeO mi In andi~
the Sot'ialist HIufer, who iollIowe-i, ae
ciording to thle I hIeinischme We. 1 e -
blcho '( it ung, declared that ti m Juntk
ers are to blame if a famine sutper
vened. An nttempt was bng mtwoac
he 'ai t' siftt the bras n an Fag
' Tuie selfishness of *ho agraricans."
he said, to shift the blame on Eng
The minister of agriculture then
spoke and vigorously defended him
self against attacks. He alluded to
the critical situation created by the
lpartial success of the Entente's plan
of starving Germany and added:
"For the small bread ration one can
only make the Almighty responsible,
who has, not given ts the harvest we
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Germany Has Spoken Her Last Word
So Says Zimnermann. Foreign Mitt
ister Declares His Country Stil
Stands Iently to I1ead Peace 31ov
Amsterdam, March 9.-Dutch news
papcrs publish the following statelen
nmatdc by Dr. Alfred Zimmue rmann, th
German foreign secretary, to a rei
resentative of a IlIttlalpest newspa
"As far as the United States I
concerned, we have spoken our las
word and the decision is in Presiden
"W are deterniied to carr;
through the submarine war to the enl
The results of tn restriclet( subumarii
war thus far have beens very satisfac
"As to pleace I many say Ihat de
spite the refusal of our peace otfer
Germany still stands by the words of
the imperial chancellor and is pre
pared to place herself at the head of
an alliance of states for the minalte
nance of the word's peace.
"As to IEuropean neutrals I 'be
lieve there will be no change in their
present relations with us in the
course of the war. Neutral ship own
ers should give up their trade with
Jlngland.' They have made enough
money and can afford to bear the loss
of i nglish trade. They will soon rec
ognize that it is to their interest to
keep their ships at home so that they
may use themu to the best advantage
after the war."
Dr. Zimmermann added that the
military situation is entirely satisfac
tory to Germany.
Not After the Best.
"She says she wouldn't marry the
best man on earth. Plenty of girls
say that. Idle talk, eh?"
WE ARE IN
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