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War to -be Left.
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Governments Take Full
Surrender of Enemy Shall
aper. No means of Waging
United Di ates armies of occiipation.
The occu pation of these territories
4 ill 'be fortilled by the Allied and
t.nited States garrisons holding the
principal crossings of the Rhine, 3May
enen, Cohlenz, Cologne, together with
ir'dgeIeads at these points in thirty
':!iometers radius on the right bank
nd by 'garrisons similarly holding the
I trategic points of the regions. A
t- al zoe;, sh.Al lbe reserved oil the
'::-hi of the Rhii ine betweeni tile streami
"ed a line dra'wn parallel to it forty
i l: 4 to the east from the fron
cr of Hlolland to the parallel of
c rnheim .and as far as practicable
) dk~istne of thirty k i lometers froi
!ho east of stiream from this iparallei
11!ion Sv:! frontier. 1Evaeuation by
' I )-enemy, of the Rh inr lands shall he
:)o ordeed as to be 0111pleted within
Sfrthlier period of ileven days, in all
"ten days afte; the iguature ot
0: eIrn isi Fe. All ilovemeonts (f evae
n. and occtpation vill he regulat
Cord ig to the note annexed.
'.- -In al R rior-y cvacuiated by
t my tere sV bhalhe o cvaenIvAtion
c 1f inbhitants. no damin"a' or harm
I, he dlone to tile persons or prop
e:1 of Ohw inhabitt. No des-'tructioni
c, hy kind to he comlilIed. Mili
1:,ry establi. shnients of all kind Fihall
1w delivered intact as well as military
tore's or rod, munit ion. Pqipmewnt
2t re:nioved durin the wr.iod ;xed
n '' (u'ntion( . Siores' of food of all
ild. for the O ivl population, cattl,
( r.. -hall be left in sit Iu. ndlus
trial establishments ;)al n ot lie 1im1
r< I in aly way anti their person
shall not he Ilovcd. Hoads and
means of couillliiaentioll of eveyind,
riuls. waterways, m11ain iro m(is.
I.rges, tel egrapihs., telphonc, shall
i no mannr ilnhpaired.
~'en.-All ('lvil and liilitary per
'0nel at present cmployed oil them
Ihall renain. Five tho1 Iuand locomlo
ti v.., firty thoisand ( wa gon a i tn
hImsan motor lorries in good v:ork
n~~ 1 ord1r chl edliVered to the as
;v-i:'e1 d ;power; witin the pet' 'riod fix
for t1! evacuation of the itelgium
Tho iways of Als cc- Loain c
hevl be handed over .-ithin the same
'A N 'a be' tvilh :rl - a ! -n
nel and mhateriai. Fir-ther Material
!!ce*Ssar1'y for the workilg Of the rail
S nill the ft .an of tie i :ie
'l h: left in situ. All stores of coal
.te rial for the nit-Pe t of liwr
nent wv~av, :igms and repair shnIl
tnirely in :ii anI kpit in an
le I 'wi I of 1i11f arisi'11 tic'. Alt
taken froim til Allio-s shall hr
-(-tored to tihem. A 'lot. *' It leap ede
wthe dtais of th1"tv le;:'
"h. Th( Gerntn e'nunand ihal!
U'ri.e'b the Allii c';n' thiey'
p n ibeforle. ln allmie
1ay-ning fu0-i diomi on ier
odson's Lver Tone
cino does not upset liver'
lose a day's work,
druiggist I.ells for a few enis a larigco
btottile of ]Dodson's iAver TIone, wiebl
is entirely vecgetale and ptleaisanlt to
take and is a perfect subst itute for
(calomel. ] t is guaranuteld to sta rt
.vour l'iiver' wit hoot stirrinig you uip
ilnsIe, anrd ani ntot sal ivate.
D on't :1ake cnl oint ! IL miaks yout~t
8ick the next day ; it loses youi a (day's
work. Dods soni's 1 * iverI Tone st ra i Lht
tns youI righ u51 p aindl y'ou feel greait.
Giveu it to thei chtildreni as well.
Who Tells T.ow Shte Was Relieved
dos.en of PBlack-Draughit,"
Seventy years of successful use has
mado Thedford's Black-Draught a
stanidard, hiou .old remedy. Every
membnler, of every family, at times,
esnd the help1 t ha"t lack-Draught can
tvo in cl eansing the system and re
lvinff thio troubles that comae from
constIJpat ion, I ind!gest ion, lazsy liver,
etc. Yiou cannot keep) well unless your
olomach, liver and bowels are in good
\.r'kin1g 0order. Keep them, that way.
rl :lach-Draought. It acts phrompItly,
gently and ini a natural way. If you
feel sufigish, tal:o a doso tonight.
| You v;IH fe'.l fresoh tomnorrow. Price
ritory evacuated by the German troops,
an'l shall assist in their discovery 'and
dustruction. The German command
shall also reveal all destructive ineas
ures that may have been taken (such
as poisoning or polluting of springa,
wells, etc.), under penalty of re
Nine.-The right of requisition shall
bhe -exeised by the Alli(edt and the
United "Sate-a armies in all occullied
territory. The upkeep of the troops
of occupation In the Rhine land (ex
cluding Alsace-Lorraine), shall be
charged to the German government.
An immediate return without recl
procity according to detailed condition
which shall be fixed, of all allied and
United States prisoners of war. Tihe
All itd Powers aud the United States
--hall be able to dispose of these pris
oners as they wish.
l-'lron.-ick and wounded who can
noi. be remloved from evacuated ter
r;Iory wil be carCd for by (Gei'-ian
r'onnl wh1o will be left on the spot
* ;ith the imdical material requ ired.
Oii spositini l'lttive to tihe 'ast.ern
ii rntier (if Gerriany.
T'w e'v.All Germian troops at pres
!(It in any ter-itory which before the
war belonged to Russia, lIoumania or
Tiotry shatll w thdraw within fron
';rs of Geriiany as they existed on
AMgpuet 11N. 191.
Tirten. lEvaruat lon of (ernialn
toopn tO bin at oneand all ad r01 man
li'dtriein to pironers, and civilians
Swo!e has wilitary agents, now oil
the territcry of liussia (as(dellned be
fore 191-1) to he recalled.
Foi); rice G .- .er,.san troops to cease
IS once all requiietions and seizures
aid aIly otr undertakings with a
view ofr~tann supplies intended
M.r G ermtlIaniy ill outniail ar 1d Russia
(as cilined on Atraust. lit.)
i' ifteen. rc hanadoninteni of the trCa
s f in lu'e:. and ltren:titovit
..:dt] o ' 'hIe iupplemientary treaties.
-Ix\ten-Thei' Atlin shall have free
ae fvs to the i'rriti)os evaculatetl by
the ''rains o" th'ir e.stern f:untler
c!t1h. : 'tro'h ilainzig or by the Vis
:la 'in order lo convoy Supplies In
I !w p of thore terri'tories or for
any other purpose.
lauso :tcirnitintr East Africa,
tion of all Getmnan forces operating in
Ka!t Africa within one month.
1-:rh een--iteia atin.-without re
( ,,oeity within a inaxihumi peillod of
m- ni h, i :a(ordaince with detail
('! coni('ion Ier4teafter to be lixcd, o:
.11 eiilians iatwrmed or depor'td who
aY he Cit ie of other allied or as
.I, la il :uO.:n toseo imentioned
4I 'use t'.1vv, paragiuaph nilleteen,
' ih the l'servation that any future
lem r':a ant] ioiails of tile Allheb and
the -'iled States of America retnain
lle~rat~nlfor Damau'em Donle.
Ninete ni.--The following financial
(oliitions a..re required. I t'paration
for et:age done. While such armilis
IMe! lasta no pul c securities shall be
rIh - vhe eemiiliy which cant
'er Ie as ai ledge to thw allie(s for tile
recovery or for' tile replaration for war
losser'. 11nI edilate restitution of the
cash deporit. in the national banka
of Ilelgim and in general immediate
-e I:'rnf all documients, speci . vtocks
: pare.iaper mnoney together wvilh
phint for the Issue therof touching
public or private initerests Ili the in
u ltril (oultriies. estitution of the
lussian and lItoumnanian gold yielded
to Geriiany or taken by that power.
This gold to he delivercd in trust to
tile allies until the signature of peace.
Twent Y.---l in dliate cessation of all
hoStilitier at sea and dfinite iforniia
tion to he given as to loratlon and
mnovetment of all Gert'an shii ps. Notifl
Clation to be giveti to neutt'tls imt
f trelom' of ndavigaLtiotn lin all1 trri torial
vaier'.is; ivenl to lt'he niaal aml4 mer'
4'antil. tiiatrines of th' allied adt ass~o
ciaitordi ower's, all <jumest ionus of neu
trality bleing waived.
TVwenty-onie.--AIl natval and mer
cantiitole prbronej-s of itar of the alliedl
:id( assci at ed pw'er's in( Germati
hiteeo 1to be rt urnted wiithtout recip)
'T'wentiy -:hvxo---Sitrrtenlder to thle Al -
lie iand th'ntd S'l~ tat's if Amter'ica
Ce 411, liutoi'e-l and rixt.. tiriatat stib
(rui'erst' andc tme laying suibmtarinies)
All iher submitariiei to bhe patid oft'
a'u4 <onlete~I!ly dI5iisared :'idl 1placed
tuli'r the sutpertvision oif ithe Allied
P owerts an th le lied Sta tes of Arner't
. enty-th i'r.---Thilie fotllow'ing Ger
t'nOufae wairshUn wh'ii~'h shaill be
de':inn-'ed by the Allies anid the l' nt
(id S':ll's oIf A\'irit shlil forthwith
he dtisaral'ti aend the'reaf'tr' initerned~
of A 0'1ie': anrd iilt(''d undiie' the4 situr
ijllance' of' the Allies anid tht' 11nited
ma .1 (f Antu rie, onuly cartakers(i' he
ing? left, niamtely : Six bal f(tttleer iiser',
(ther t'urt'face waripsiio (inchliditng
(rman~it naOVal bases' detsigtiatedl by t'
Alies amid the 'niled Fttaes of Ate'r
ra. AlIl vesse0ls of thie autxil iary fleet(
tirawlt ers, lumtomr v(essels, etc., ar'e to
('nit ed Sta1tes' of A mterten shtall hav'e
obs.truittioin laid by Getrmiany' mutside
sitions (of I these ate to be( ind ited.
TwenltY-fiye.-Fricdoi of access to
and from the laltic to L e 1riven to the
naztval and mercantile marines of the
Allied and Associated iowers.
To secure this the Allies and the
United States of America shall be em
lowered to occupy all German forts,
fortifications, batteries and defense
works of .all kinds in all the entrances
from the Categat inlet to the Baltic
And to swcep up all mines and obstrue
tions within and without German ter
ritorial waters without any question
of neutrality being raised and the po
sitions of all such mines and obstruc
tions are to be indicated.
Twenty-six.-The exist!ng blockade
conditions sot up by the Allies and the
rassociated -powers are to remain un
,banged and Germ-an merchant ships
found at sea are to remain liable to
Twenty-seven.---All naval aircraft
(Continued on Page Three.)
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
lcstroys the malatlal germs which sro transmitted
o the blood by thelMalarla Mosquito. P1r'c :(O
(real~ly Ucmcut.~l by C'uherin in'.-;
T)ab vt s.
"I am) th1ian'fall for 1i:e iood I have
'Cce:ved by 1s!n; C1- huerlin's Tab
(ts. Aboaut iwo yearsa winl:' I Lo
%an tak ing 0he.m I w:- m in,-, g a
!1'al dleal fr~om dstrl after, vating,
:(I froa lv:uhlcleo auld a tired. lan
aid feel ing dlue to indige:!!oa and a1
orpid liver.. Cham"berhailn'-. Tab'lets
3 re(:cted h'este dii;-orde;s.: il % short
zle, 'd ince tling t'wo bottle:; of
!1:! l I. hi'imw been good," N.rites
kr:. .31. 11. Ilarwood, Auburn. N. Y.
SHE ERY, whole-hearted,
almost a magic phrase to many.
But really it stands for honest
friendship, cor iaJity and (you've
guessed it) lots $f dellcious.gdodies.
Luzianne free,16 'always in
cluded in S, trn hospitality
because it tt - -so good. . Fra
c.-znt hot coffee for people who'
Good old Luzianne flavor
um-ma-rn 1-better try somo quick.
Your Vrocer has it-and if ypu
aren't uatisfied, ho'll givo badk
every cent-honest I
'Whzen It ours. It Reign~o"
We A re Prepard to Supply You.
MANY OF US have been economizing as a patriotic
duty to back the boys at the front. While we do
not advise reckless buying now, we believe that many of
us will be justified in "letting up" a little bit and supplying
those needs which we have not supplied while the war's
requirements were pressing.
We Are Ready to Meet This Demand With Our
Large Stock of Merchandise
We mention here a few articles which may appeal to
you. We have a magnificent selection of other merchan
dise which is sure to please.
ILANKETS! 1,ANKETS! N I'l suI'S
C0x7; l'otomae Wool Jilankel, pink plaid, D tness 1 a featur I om
hlig Special .... .... .... .... .... $9.00 tile Showing yoli (11i1 (Aloo a Suit appropiate
70X80 ( iry Plaid, extra heavy, all wool
Iflailket, only .... .............. for all winter we.r0 Ne vhipnenti I ( (tvv e
("W-00 Blue Wool Pl'::id IIlanket, oily ..$10A) te 00li hi R 13 n orito
-tra he(avy (Grey (Iotton IBlankiets, only ' $.0) (onalden ug ty alin styl. Fro;'! $105 il.
Ox\t; tiroy ('otton '.,lankets, only .... $3.50
Ol'TINGRS Wl NTLR COATS
Whiie, Navy and Glrey Wool Flannel I1gliess, warmth and iervive will 1)
26-Inch Navy a!l Wool Flannel .... ......0 foud if) this iieV showing of Wool$0x (oats'
"0-inch (roy. haIr-wool ilanne.... s..$.00 .. '0Ct.t; of Bolivi. luvtyn, slvvitolv' il
7-inch Whil ii.ool ji 0a I 'ff4 Tnjp Navy, j*Qell :111(1lneiack. ...m
27-inch W hite all wool l-:1nel . . . .100
27-inch White Wool 14lainnel .... e. .5
2-5 p)eve5. lighitt 27-ineh Outings - 6 y .i . .3 . 1e
27-inch Princess 'lie.'lots, wor 35flc, our FiIO(' FOR Sf~i1'I('.
13.ric , only .... .... .... .... .... 30c
nch ('u1ton1 SeI'g, lavy, rell, an1d green,
wolh '0, our prie .... .... .... ....25e frock for Nier days, will in(1 it PI en t itt: I allp
pl). to Vchoo!se fronm In th (lidsplay we ,tic low.
IN Y VO'l TALtHE LINEN NOW. offering. 'hbi Ofering coin piSex all tie fav
72-nh l alI-linen l)a emask, only . ...1e faiwies of tl season. Serve and
:0-inch all coltol bleach d Ilaimask, o. 50le Satin and Serge Coll) hi nation4, all yolltllflly
CG-inch tilreerized colt o: I)ainask, only ..7 'e ciIiad iivat11'fashionod, $14.00 o $.
72-inch warraitied all linen \,ell, only ..$l.50
72-inch ai! linen I)anina k, oinl ..... ....$2.09
72-iuneh at '.a heavy in'r erizvdI Delliaskl . . 1.100 DRESS (4011S II l'A il 'll ....
70-inch ineI're'rized onl/c l D-lt nniisk, only ..S"0e! !01 alley (ot l Stiltigs. only
Just what you want in Napkiis from $150 :11111 Paliey I( Sill ngs only.......
to .... .... .... .... .... .... .. $7.50
L.\illE11S' 1W 1. n v al l11 blac, only.............. .
3.5-11i01 NVool IDanish, P'olar (ClothI, all1
Artifial Silk 1a ted IHose, brown, grey shadeq, only.....................
ald black .... .... .... .... ....3.0li-t Silk Plin wi ly. . . .
Lad ies' Wonderhose, black, white and dark
in'' ii, ony ..... .... .. ... .... c;;e :111c F'anc3 Ilaid I )ls (oodq 7.4, (', * 1,01)
lDurson Ilose, knit to fit with lout a seam, 36-iiclMssalhit, all ales, 0111y ....
11'. .... .... ......................39c 27-inueb Jinliitt, 0111'. .... ........ ..
Soral tzeerwer.Ne hipena ryeie