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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, ; THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1921.
MARX PUTS BLAME ON ALLY NATIONS Causes Trouble- Says Heckling i'-y the AftsiK-liitr-d Plot-. Berlin, April S. Impatience over tho Herman soveniiiieiii's ruilure to obtain the release or the 1,5(10 "pas si vo reslstanta" senloreed . by tlie German people are denied even such the occupation of the Hnhr and tho Uhlneland was freely voiced by Chan cellor Marx in an interview today. In cidentally he pointed to what he con sidered the obvious relation between the resentment felt tltrniishm fter. many over what Its citizens view as a Aeedloss affront to the nation's sense of justice, and the revival of pro-: iouncd nationalistic sentiment in the ! Ucieh. i "If the outside world believes itself entitled to vie v critically the ascen dancy of nationalistic or semi-imperialistic currents in Germany," said the chancellor, "e submit that It is whoily inconceivable that these senti ments can be checked or directed into legitimate channels so long as the ! of privation and suffering, as theyj an elementary act of justice and hu-j ttianity as the release of these politicul prisoners." 16 Are In Jails. Of the 1,500 German nationals still j detained by the occupying: powers 40 ! are confined in ,1al!s or penitentiaries in France and Belgium. Their posi- t;on, the chancellor declared, was one of privation auds ufferins, as they were almost inaccessible to the minis trations of the Germanled Cross aiffl other charitable agencies. Anions the deported persons being held, accord ing to an official statement, were ' hundreds of municipal government of- ' flcials and workers of all rank who i were wholly innocent of active sabo- I tajje but who wcra merely seized as hostages. "Not only hava the responsible. Krone1) authorities refused amnesty to German citizens who were convict- They're Off Again! CALLED PARANOIAC l'b-ieiaos Say That Week. Vif Sla.ur of NoiwiilU, I.- .Mentally til- balanced Held by Coroner. Bridgeport, April 3 finding that Elaine H. ISlumelt Weeks, dhorcid wife of ticorge fl. Wek CHine to her death bv the criminal act of Weeks in LXorwulk, March 23, Coroner John J. Mill of the rrimliim act of Cws .' iVeett " ' lr. tV'cy's testimony w.n to the fleet tlii't Wi-k, i:4 nlVgi-d to 1'iivo i'om'ii to kiiims his former wife was siilVi iing from a m nttil , lif)a known to the im-ilu-iil ti'-s-nin us dcim-iiti;- 'nio-ojt of far: noire 1ypi, jeks. )io una . in :il'i c .l sit sii o.'.-rtor fiiiu'cru ut Notuulk, or.t U his lonncr wife's bo:u K'lndiiy. March a,eciiling tu tho to,tiiimn.v mid need before the coroner, mid fhot mid kiMoil her liniiodiot'-lv. Icitinas. BROADSIDE AT WOMEK the t.ucy Stone toHRie whfrb edro-' . It. See Itoplorc. Tlmr rlnl((r on I'olii a sa,-, iji,.;y ( UUH. Mfe. I'lielan in a finding todity discusses '.' hoii.se ;uid imhiris bis ok-h.i.-. testimony of I'r. t,i-oiso Casey to the effect that Weeks was suffering ironi a mental disease and tay: "In view of the foregoing and that the criminal responsibility of Weeks may bo properly determined by au thorities of the state. 1 lind Unit the deceased came to Iter death as a ro ll.- Has li.ler oi'ptiirid. Toe ivl.'-:ice in d.celod tl-at ! hud re iou.Oy tint-at-i n d the omaii. Scales Women's releiitknJ of their ) maiden names after marriage. Since llio ad. out of suffrage, )' said, women di-nnk mor rum and cocktails anil smoked mora rlgnrettca than ever before; thrj walked th striM-ts swaggerlngly nith bmr.rn faees: they abandoned I heir corsets and iied more cosmetics thafi cer blurti. of vi.iiimri nelie iiiler-st In .n:illc.s "When a woman ilanced wit b a mn," ;uir v.orldlhi. -rs Imp biuuj.-!il in its ht added, "sbo lolls on his shoulders nuke h ikek ul vl't, tu woiuunklnd. 'and tries to sit on his hips." lilflUdilli: aliaililomiK'llI of .iVirrliiii ' ll. I. .l.ln.I hid hi.nii liiKulent to their parents .heartless and .v Vrk. Airil Wnmeu's suf. Iri.jjr with iti, sill, u.laiit ii.llitc lima A lo w .species of spider ;th eisht lung Iors, pink nnd slripi d v. it!i biaok has made Its appti lame in '."olorado. 7ind the curs-l and the lis olopiifeut :;inons ;.oiiiir huh on of lieartlesKiiohs, Irulhl ii and kin. In , I in.i. lioiM-ir?. o tor.anfi to A. I! .s,o. iM.nldont of tho ol. atoi toiojiiiuj of that 111.1IH4. Mr .:-e. whoso viowe on tho mod em woman got nidi-spread publicity in N'ow-muvr. I9-J2. when he rofusi.d to aid the hulNling tunj f M women's oulii g.. to.Uiy laiinciied another broadside on tlx- Mubjccl in a letter to brutal, and brazen in their dcmesiior at school. 0li113 of women, Mr. See conin. u-.. had iiu-n':- 'd election costs and added to the slum vote. Married wonn n, he deoUired. were suffragettes i s a protest agaiiit tho effeminacy of their husbunds; spinsters, because it gave them something of a solace in their lonelineffs. d before passive resistance was called ! off." the chancellor continued, "bill they now ore continually arresting our nVlionals for sets of a purely political npture which date back to that per- ' lod." Pr. Marx expressed himself ss dis incline,! to believe the reports that the French government plans making the liberation of the incarcerated Ger mans contingent on the outcome of the reparation parleys or (he use if their plight for the purpose of bring ing pressure to bear on the German government In connection with tin- Cuticura Maintains Youthful Freshness and Beauty cf Skin Dfl use ef Cutirura Sesp, stsitM b Cuticura Ointment, overcemcs a tendf nc tn disfitruring eruptions in youth and Isy.s thefounitntjon of sclwsma tlirouhlite. Alwuvs Include the Cutkurt Talcum in rem toilet preparations. ttotict.tlfrt.isr, Mt)4a 4I.MMI " Rnlil Tr? (Y frf ttr HAW 8lmvins 5tirk. Here arc Uncle Mins globe circling- planes in Seattle". Topi picture 'shows them iust after their arrival from Los Angeles. ! ljottom plioto shows Plane No. 3 beinr taxied to a hanyar. Lieut. I Iieiglx Wade, its pilot, is seen walking: away from his ship for a ; little rest. . j j ' Continuous Trimble. j "If the, outside world now is in- . dined to hlnmt us for the current re- ' i-rnde.ci-nj-e of a militant national- 1 Imii or views its advent Aviih alarm," ! sai-l the chancellor, 'perhaps we may be permitted, to remind it that for : well night live years the champions of i democracy within G,ermany primar-j iiy the clerical, democratic and social-J-i-t part if s have fouglit an uphill I r.glit in their delerminntion to fortify) tii" young i-i public in the face of In-' cssant political, economic and social i ndvet-fil ir. Not only were we con- j framed by the impatience and res- j tiven-ss of our own people, born of ; their ind-i-lual snlTi-rings and priva- j lions, but the treatment accorded us, ; as a Mii'iuishi d people, by our former j opiioinvlM rmisli! iib-d an Hlinot 1111-I l.i-el.e-i era of heckling- rehiiffs and j the InipeMlinu of itiloleruble burdens. "To Ihl extent the champions of 1 lil-i-ralisiu ililii (iermnny have en- ! eii:m;e-e'l serlnt elli-nilracellient fri'lll I he el-b r d-'-feieb rs of democracy ; n'-i'ieot; and the revhal nf the ns-j tleivil imtuiNes whleh are avierl ing ! t'-eni -l e.s on tlie eve of the Theft j .'fit leal election siiier the :Oilili, wssj :o:ind"d, may be logh-slly s"l down i the nhvi-ni o'liiinl.Hive eft'ei-t of pent i. t-eeil mi-nt mei-tlt" many needle inlicii.iliniis stel liiiniillal i.ins which 1 rro eniit.in'ly being M-iiled upon) final solutipn of the reparation prob lem. The cause of international recf cnciliation if being poorly rei ved, nr gued the chancellor, 0 ions as l'raia-e persists in keeping i;i ignominious confinement hundreds of O.-rnuu-whoso only offense app-ar.s o have been a determination to keep faii;, with the fatherland during the un equal battle along the I'.uhr and the Rhine. . Political I'rlwiners. j "What hope of final reconciliation lean the Gorman people entertain," he 1 a.sked, "if it is not even accorded at . isfaolinn in such an el-inciitary issue , as lhat involving the release 'of these political 'prisoners V" STrX'rA.vT02--':---rv --- . . ' f i 1 hrowm ovjoew w As chairman of the clerical part v. anil with bis own pariv up n and their democratic colleague in the cabinet representing the only members ( tin present German jruv ernno iil tlio me squarely dei.-aliag the ropubliean cnnsli'ulioti s id democraUo prineliles. t'lialicellur l.ii- ai 're, perl orb-' I il i over t lie pnllljeal iiiilit.i ,v,t fac j is enn'lngent on the nnlenni- r tlo j forthcoming elections. Gl-1-atlv Wori-ird. ' W hil declining tn discuss In. f-e. nigs ss premier at tlie hen-l of a cab l loot comprising eueli ' heterogxneoiia ' elements ai defenders of the ropiiblie , nn the one hand sn-k a l oentes f n,,.' reestAWIshnienl of the tnonareliy nji , the other, the chancellor made no concealment ef hU apio'elieniiioii' ' nver the st.irtllnc rapidity Willi which the w sve of natlonnllsii - sruliin-nl 1 threatened tn rngiilf'the oung (Jit mnn demoersey. Tlie rhineellor is disinclined In In iin thst the mliiuiallsiic and ultra- ' ehativenistlc parties lll capture a, ufftelent number of seals in tho elec tions to enMire I hem uiilmnpered swsy in the new relehstag, hit! In- ronnfdd that their gulns wnubi In' all i probability be suffielently pronounci'tl ' to menace- seriously the cause of do. j moeracy in Germany. ! On the bsssls of his personal ad- vanre rompiitnllnn of the gains and) Ineses of the various pnr'ks the chan cellor ventured the prediction that tlo new nelcliiifaff would be so rouetl-, filled In IIS p:irtiisn lineup ns n pre. elude any pronprrt ef a healthy, con structs fiarllamentary policy. In as- . much as the general distribution or seats Bil l the prospective si rengl h nt the republican parties In the Kelcli Rag. as now seems probable, will wholly preclude the const ruol Inn of n workable coalition. A government Wee which fsiled to include the auv elaltsls the chancellor considered If j conceivable. 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