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Code of William I
Rung at the Kaiser
"Make War with Honor, Troop?
o? 1870 WeTe Told
-ed a proc-j
1 . ?ay? "!.?
well revived for his
?Tv>rrow." ?aid Will?
iam I. "a?rerai army eorjM
?vit h honor
? lient dis
i;p to the present?
r? not mak.nir war on the
: ranee, and the
? proper'.?.- and not let the
of our army be stained
og lack of discipline.
I r.?> less
? ? ream?
Hindu Masher Sent to Jail
Bombay's (deals Not Ameri?
ca's, Magistrate Tells Him
? tea mei
tested thai - . '
foreign com tri< ? ?t
2 and pur?'," said
?fiitrate .'? ;>.?? Ideali of
Bembay a.o< the ideal? of America."
SU S. Asks Your Loyalty,"
Herman Metz Tells Aliens
JtiEtice Mol?an, to whom aliens np
ay in the ourt
and A la! nan
Herrr,.: a, \t..,, ?ddrenr-ed
? | fran?
By the Duma
Proclamation Urges Rejec?
tion of German Pledge*
Of Russia Indicated
Statement Also Refers to
of the Future
London. March SI). Freedfim and
'.'"vernment were offered to the
l'oies to day by Russia, while Germany
threatened them wth conscription fol
? ? ir th>> faillir.- *o raise more than
a few hundred recruits toward til? two
?nay corps fixed by the German h ich
command ns a mii.irnum for the I
"volunteer" nrmy. The present Polish
kingdom established by the Hoher,
; ollern dynasty is referred to in th?
Russian proclamation as an effort by
I entrai Powers to enlist the Poles
against ?he B?tent? by offering "illu
? olitieal rights."
The P.ussian statement announces
Poland '??ill be permitted to
| its own form of government, and ?fiel
?fratornal felicitationo on the overthrow
of th? I'omatiOlT dyna'tv ?neaks of the
TontOB attempt to establish a Poli?h
Mate a - tollt
"They wished at this price to buy the
blood of a race which never fought far
the maintenance of despotism. N'orwill
the Polish army tro into battle now for
the cause of thp oppression of liberty
and the dismemberment of its country
under the leadership of its hereditary
Aaawot I? Draft Plan
?I interpreted as an attSW?
n resolution recentlv adopted by a sort
of national Polish convention convoked
the new Polish Council of State.
g for the organisation of the Po?
lish army on the lines along which the
Polish I?e?a*ion wa? recru.ted by Aus?
The Russian proclamation continues:
I".. ?. ? ? for you also the
hoar of ?treat decision-? has struck.
? ?alls you to her ranks in
fh! fm the liberty of the people."
The proclamation then announces
?ordane? nrlth the plan ?creed
jpon by the Entonte Allie? for the
iition of the ar ?the provisional
povernn;" : I regards the creation of an
? dent Polish statt?, composed of
ill territories the majority of whose
,-opulation is Polish, as a pledge of
arable peace in the remodelled Europe
"Bound to Russia by a free military
ad?i? ?he proclamation, "the
t?te ?.sil! be ? solid -.ampart
pressure of the ?'.ntinl
: . ... the Sis nations."
Free Brotherhood Offer
\?" ? ineing 'hat. it ?alii lie
\ smhly of Rus
ii ?sol?date the ?*?*
nal union and to ?five it? con
Stions of Russian
. '-? ? ?i the forma
!' ? n- i ? ?? document
concludes ?v. appealing to the Polea to
aciept ' free
broth? ? ? ' prepare to ushei
and brilliant era of '
" :? ?
? appeal of I he ..
- of your libara!
he i i ??i lam;?'ion. 'tie preached
witj tibie sti ??ngth.
ids ainl hand B
! a i . . ?
II : -?) by all the
of 'ne ja r ? ?
? ' the peasant
? ? i Duma also hs .-?ued
a ma lifesto addressed to the peasantry.
: ? B Sal under
rnent suitable foi
en?. The manifesto aaySl
' Il tiiTt.) we have been raugnt ?a
the el H'iies and ichools that our nil
??? i?. ?inointed of ?rod. l-or
hundr-ds ?.f years ?re ?have been pining
undei their heavy autocratic yoke We
, have r.cw east dow: the idols ei d freed
es 'rom the old superst.tions.
We i?'? OUI OWB mastori and have to
shape iui des! D] ?? th our own hands.
- be ruled nut by the cace of
(?o?l. bet hy the common (real.
. fibers Ol t ,.,? Dumi ? ? been
? advised by the pi? Rodzianko,
.. govcr.-.m?!!''.? advice? fiom the
fronl left nothing to ?be desired.
?? The"? is no dan get of ?ny outbreaki
anywl ?? front," he said in his
? omm mica! ? ? members,
"and no Importan! enemy ?.peration is
immedii telj - I s ring to ths
thaw. ?Itho tly the enemy is
I concentrating large forcei on our
The new national
small glass of Welch's
It is fruit nutrition
in fluid form.
Try it. It will delight
riiE NATIONAI. URINK
Russia May Receive
Non-Militant Sect'? Desire to
London, March .'?o. Tha Rm ?an
provisional jrovernment. say; a.
1 Router's dispatch from Petrograd, is I
dispos???! sympathetically toward the!
! wish expressed by the 10,4)00 Doukho- j
hors in ii.nuda to return to Ru:cia. '
j The question of their liability to mili?
tary service will be determined hy the'
?1 < ?rnmittee of the provi?io\al
Various military unit*, the dispatch
arc announcing ipontaneoualy
that absentees failing to return will
be court-martiallecl by regimental
I courts ?ompo'ed of officer? and men. :
Tha Dookhobora, a community of
I non-conformis; Russian peasant
I now ch!I thomaahroa Christians of the
! Unirereal Hrotherhond, ?roTC first1
hoard of ia tha middle of th?? eiprh
century. The foundation of
! their teaching conaiata in the belief
'lie ??pint of 4,od is present in
i the aou! of man and directs him by
, its word with'n him. They resemble
??'.iiselv th.- l^'.iaKers. and for their be?
liefs endured much persecution.
I'nder Kmpcror Nicolai I. about
IfjO, tlie I'oukhobor**, who refused to
participate in militaiv service, were
I banished to Trar s Caucasia. At thai
Ring of the reign of Fmperor
Nicholas 11 in ISN the rioukhobor?
?vere persecuted by Cossacks.
Through tha efforts of Court l.eo
Tolstov Hid the S'onety of Kricr.d? i?1
England tha Donkhohon were per*
'. to leave Russia in 11*98. and in,
?he following year T.50u immigrnnti
?ott ad i I* - itara Canada, a an tl ?j
have remained *
? ?? ? ?
Czar's Cousin a Prisoner
Letter to Grand Duke Boris
Causes Duchess's Arrest
! ondoi . Mori h 30 The arrest aud con
1.1.einen! to her home of The < ? rn* ,1
Duchess Maria Pavlovna, first cousin
of tha deposed Oar, ,- lenor'ed n a
. from Kisiovousk. R II
?ia. The arrest waa made as a result of
? tiurc of a eomproniaing lettor to
another cousin of Nicholas, lirai.?1 l'uke
The jiiovisionai government iias ?le
c.ueii a.', appar.h^'r? t?> he nat.oiia1
proper! , and thai 'he revenue? 'rom
? * ? i.e.' nto 'he national
B ?? fron ? e grand ducal ap
ponog? ? ? ' noted i' more
Farmers Needed at Work;
Their Enlistment Opposed
ChlOOgO, Man h 30. Contending that
the food supr'v I ( 'he nation would be
threatened I egri ultural ?rorkon are
... ithdra 11 tha Soldi ta military
camp?, ? '. W. Holman, lecretarj il tha
Notional Agricultural Organisation So?
ciety, declared today that farmer?
ahould i ol he allowed 'o enlist, even
if ? eoll for l.aaO.aaO men i? i??ued.
Mr. Holmon said crop raia???* already
is hamperc?! by lack of laborer*
"Bundle Week" Continued
i In order ??? *ake advantage of
"spring eloaning," .?.*? itaitea, *he
United Hebrew charities aim.,
yesterday thai -'Bunille "Voek" toil
. not emi to-doy, but will he continued
?ir,'il next Friday. More than '.' Ml
' bundle, already have be??n r???ei.ed
shows the actual number of sets
sold and unsold o? the new
printed on genuine India paper,
up to March 21st last. ??/? ,';a'/7hu.
When the last set '<-> sold, your
opportunity to btain the
Britannica printed on genuine
India paper will be gore forever.
// you tnon to e,rHe, helare ,t become? ,n*po??ill?j?jlEZ
i ???/ at any price, to at once to
f\>r\V ' ***
Gitnb? I Brnflicrs
i Br tttottft t 3-Vd Si
'.?h h ihn l
Calls for Loyalty
Serious War for the
Urges Universal Drill
Robert U. Johnson Likens
Germany to Mad Dog
on the Street
ii.*? ?i Garrison Villard
to task for - last night
by ex-a\a*nboooi imss \v. ?
and Robert I'nili-rwood John?on at tne
Nations' Arts Club, 14 Cramer.- Pari
South It was "Ru?sian emancir.?
night at th? club, and Vr. Villai I
argued that the Rfl .?? ?,-,.,
showed the 1 ra.ity of the universal mil?
itary ly ??
"I must protest." sauf Ml
"against the i.iea that the a |
of democratic jprincipli en for
the defence of the government can be '
construed a' inimical to *he principle
of liberty. Thil i| tha reductio ?d ab
surilum of n??n-1? ?, i'.jnre. If ire sie
going to have a country -vonh fighting
"or. some one ir. ist ir it, W?'he
"Villard won'* ' nterrupted a rl ?
haired man m tl This re?
mark was greeted with applause.
"If there is any het'rr "ay than uni?
versal military servi ec I don't know
what it can be." continued Mr. lohn
son. 'I wish T rere tl
younger and could uhoulder ?
I have been OOOOaod of being :? pacil
I ?'?as, but that wa? before 1 N
this eountrj ing with a oation
that has record foi neither ?tl won!
nor Itl treaties. I hot?., to be g pacifist
ngain. and by thai I i lean one who de
rires peace above everything els? - -
?et)* notice Bat th<? time is here now
when a mad dog is coming do** ? ?
street, and you h.-?v? got to be bitten oi
iitrht. ? nm ?r!?a?i arc shell soon b?
?ho'ilder to shoulder m th the Allies in
Europe. The bone ?.-glins;
lorld now centres ?n America."
Amha?sad?ir Gerard opened ! i
marks by .".nnouricing thai Mr. Villard
l.a?l been born in German) '
years ago, and that if he bad stayed in
Germany he probably uro lid be i ?peri
encing the sensation of being thumped
about now by a non**commissioned ofi??
"Hi?.r?'' America done enuu?l for
thil mai? tha? he -houl?! he willing to
fight for :? '.'" he asked.
The former ombai ador s??er,t on to
say there eould be I 0 dangOl ? a Uni*
veraal militarv ?*>?..-*<? m . . -e w.i?
allowed to crern ?r.to '.he nr-- .. ?? i
? iermany. He pointed ?"?' thai
the Kaiser cannot promote *
" I he Russian revolution could ? ?
have been, if some or? bad BOl been
ready to t.ght." he s?i:d. "and anyi-hing
worth ?ghting for should find ;i read)
response. I may say in passing, ?h.v
the splendid won? in 'he liermai
pi'.-i!- w?? due largely to the far' I
the surgeons and physiciens ar<? .1? u
and. further, tha- if you tarte the
?away from (ierrnan at', literotur?
science, there trill not be much '.?
"If we have war, it will be a ICI
one. You know the President h;?* ?io? ??
everything possib!? *o keep us on? of
war. but I firmly belie.?- that. fuel ?
he has been superlatively palien?, be?
fore the war, he will be siipeilativcl'f
efficient in the wai."
Million Is Asked
For French Orphans
Germans Destroyed Food and
Homes on Retreat; Still
man Offers $20,000
?. ?ampaign to rai?e $!. 000.000 at
once ta relievo th? suffering of the
'??.iT.en and children in the .
I ? of France wa? DOUgurated by
the American Society for thi l'- ef of
the French Wat Orphan*, at l.'O Broad?
way, yesterday, following 'he reccip'
of an appeal from James Stillman. of
the Firs! National Bank, who has been
itudying eonditioni abroad for several
wee'ai?. In a cable to I.is son. .lames A
Stillman, Mr Stillman urged tne ni?
nety to endeavor to obtain fifty *-nb
scribers of $20 000 He added that ha
would gladly br or.e oi them
Mr Stillman, *.*. ho is first ? ? ?
dent of "he Amei icai. society end chair?
man of the socicty'i committee in
France, sent I20U.04M loi tha relief of
ornhans of membeia of thi ? ?
gion of Hoi.or erl s '?i??! sen ng Prance
,? b<.f??t ?? leaving thil i onni ry.
Reports received b) ? ? . from
Picardy and Arta ? then thai prac
? ?oil; ?! ! ood i ?i? de --1 oj >'.i I
(ierrnar? -i* thoj retreated, wells and
ited i?r pi?! ion? ?!
arid homes destiojed. with al! the,
?, - ? ;id rooking atensili
The Prend army mol long lines of
ring i ? with ha
'heir'arm? on the road from 4'haur.v
?o N'oyon. The building? at^ Noy up
the Amaricen Kelief Commit?
tee foi ?'"ting supplie? were -.acked by
re Germant and thoa dynamited
Russian Appeal to Germans
Likened to Wilson Offer
Petrograil. Ma ? attempt
?'f ?he Russian eori ms 4
? *b11 -sh peace b) directly to
?he (ierrnan people te overthrow *
MohenT.ollern dynasty and rOCOl
'he government of their eoantl
the some meani as adopted by 'he R?i?
- a', re?, oluti? niats ;s liker ?
"Ruoski Pr? di ? ? Wilson's
peace pi .??i.
gfc l're-:?je' I *.'.
t*mo* endfil in fs lure, it eserted a tre
mendou? infini si i loon the onm.on of
the arorid and served to strer.g*v?
... tent! Alli?e 1 ne news
rap? i continue? :
"The lecoml Bttempl to proc ire pen*?*
witho.' farther bloodshed to brii
'.he war to an end without rietOI ?
either lid? ???':?. *ii<?.-essf,al i>r 00
? ? i.< ia vain. The appeal ? ?
? ? ,ir i?-* of the musse? of ?
Russian people. If the ?,erman PC
p:e comply 'here ? ar. be mjtiml in.
between the people of the tWO COUI
tn~s and in 'he name (,' ?he i>? <?? :
the wai ."'in be ende?! withe .* cur
cuerors and conquered
'?This is the last verbal argumev ?
the quarrel with ?he enemy, [f it ?
refused it will be war until the end "
Wheat Rate Approved
Waal agtoa, March no ?,-, :.,re-?
of ?bout II per rent in freij-ht rate?
on wheat for exp***** in carload l(
from I hicagif to Norfolk and MoWOfM
' e??. ?usnended since October I??
was appro? i*d to d?V In th- Ir.'erstate I
i on.meree ('?-?mmiiiion.
500,000 Hunt Spii
Will Watch Mail
Every Federal Employe ln
? lucled ?n Campaign to
Stamp Out Plottin ?
be<-n ? .
Inves? ? ? ? ice In
- | .
? ? on ha\e been maileil
?overr sen! enroll?
of pa Itl ill of whom have been
?er-i :, n
I lamburg American
Pirrs I a km lor Li. S.
Do? k C? i ? " ?
? i rim? nt ui con
thai he had taki
Ra i I road < o mi
? ? ?. ? I
- ? ?
tal us? ?
114 Cunard Liners
To Be Built in U. S.
Country's Biggest Ship Firn
to Fill Contracts for
i | ted a '
... ? d with
Ami r i tea SI?
uli?:d.arv of " I
U. S. Lists Scientists
Engineers Not To Be Sacrificed
on the Firing Line
W i fto March 0 Se 'he United
?the ri la Of -it? r.
.. largo numbers of its ?"'?' engi
firing ne, as th< ?European bel?g
. ,;,,.-,. before realising I
i< of tech
? ?' the
Twent? i he
.. a* ertain the qua
alii 'i em?
ite of ,
t I ? ? ? ind the A menean
? h? mica! - ting with
Officers May Be Shifted
Important Changes Expected
in Army and Navy
g M liiere ?r"
ral ? mftortanl ihifI
of the army
? ?! i .
the te o department !
?? eo firm rumors to this .?ff"?--.
u! there have been indications for
? ?. ?-?ral days thai ictiol con- ?
Explain Embargo on
?i "phone fac
for the use o- iic ?.??
-d ?er-terday by the .?V.ner
oan Telephone r.?J Telegraph ?ompany
to be *he reai-on for the t?mpora: t
? ? lag fust been put upon
???.-?loi throughout '.he coun.
!- rom Boi I l?y came '.he ad?
?i that 'hi conservation of tele?
phone ?van not only being
he government in
of >?ar. bu' that a vast
amount ?>f work lad airead] been done
iri New England a part o: a programme
?i bj '.lie govern?
ment a ?
. o I. Spai ... ?g ? ! ?thai *-he
New England I el? pi one and Telegraph
i OBI Ban ?. of ?a h't i he is nie- ?dent, had
??sources by lim?
iting new construction, "?O that in (?ase
of actual li?? till! 'oeds of the
government mar he properly taken care
, of." While lenric? has not been, and
.bly will 'ii?t be, denied to any
'one. ?additions are bruit: ?lo'V-r?' ;
, , sa ara i
" ) ?i.ad? ah " " ?? ?delay
. ?ir f'niee ?? ? .
'?There ..?i'l In? ftcrioui demand? on
I the company," -? ? . r Bpaulding, 'not.
only for facilities, b'?t al?o for the pre- ,
porednei plans o the enveniment,
both notional and at?.". \\'i?hou? dis?
Closing ?ny -o-.ei-ui' nt secret?, it rnn
be .-tHted ?ha* ?lrinc ? a gr-at d*al . f
Work ha? been done."
?Vlthi 11 ? ? ? ??. .:?? ?ation '
and '??ill alec? ever) par! of the United ?
?States more or lesa, tie American role
phone ai l Telegraph 'ompany h.<
thori/.ed 't- local oAc all to d?*al ??ith I
then- respective local!! ea.
\ temporary embi rgo op ?the
stallation of new telephone linea mav
become BOO ?? i i ?ii ot'icial o?'
tbr American Telephon?! and Tele?
Company yeaterday. " n any et.
?tallation maj be<*ont4 lubjeet ?o in?
te delay. Becai ie of I he
precedented ?i^mand? for new faeil I
th" necessity for holding
? es ?hat may be needed by ''"?
government and the difficulty of ?gel
tmg ?applies, ui,'?- inufacl
, . expei ene? d, I m be : ece irj
for lb Bell companies to hold groirtl
lly to normal proportions.
"'! ?t ore? ?Bderi for ne? .mes an?
? n h? accepted only on thi
? lay be a de
i ? I 'ion wil
?-s throughout the coun
trj nd will he dealt with by the loca'
ach section a? the pub
?rest in the locality mav require
?' the varying conditions in
?feront rart" ?- t;.e country n?
rule applicable everywhere hai
U. S. Relieves Police
Of Duty at Aqueduct
?Men Who Passed Examina?
tions To Be Used for Spe?
cial Work in City
Recau.e the government has decided
?o protect with its own forces all pub
la- util.ties out?ide municipalities, the
or guardir?* the city'? water sup
ply by a force of 1.100 aqueduct police
nun was abandoned yesterday. Over
?00 men had paoaod the physical exam
nations, and -10 were ready to be
called to duty, but the War Pepartment
ha? not ,:"?cd Police t'ommissioner Woods
that the aqueduct will be protected by
At Police Headquarters it was said
that 00 melons ware ?.??'?i b? the ?gau?
on to pro tad ?M
aqueduct, anil the ?.'ommissioner de
d to talk of it.
Accordiag to advices from the War
Department, the move was made m
keep ng with the Administra?ion's p-il
? ?eSBBM the burden of all such
;? -\., ?id thai the Admim??
? feell that the Mtuat on make?
the-;e measure? chargeable t?. the Fed
. ??? ei tiTTunt. which Ought to bear
? ? t expon - e.
While the squeduc! ?palito will no? hu
aaod far the \\<-r\. originally intended.
?? i- understood that the tig men now
availabl? for .lnt> ??ill h" u?ed by ?he
Polier Department for emergency work
m this city ?They will pn?h*blv be as
igned to participate In the guarding; of
bridges, railroad terminals and other
structur?e now under the protection of
Phe proposed ?"remen? of ?que
duc! ?police Aa- 1,100 men Puring tba
.. ? ???" da - .' " men have been drill
. .? ? th? ? "ii Regimen! Armory under
ipervision of ? ommiaeioner Alex?
ander M. u h to, ?I Breahlya
Welcome for Breshkoshkaya,
"Mother of Revolutions"
Washington, March M f're??t prepa
fol ih. return from ? xile in Si
. r .i of Mme Bre hkoahkojra, "aaotlioe
? ere rrporte?! to day
Ambassador Prancl to ^e in n.-o*(
I'.iroijrrnd. The venerable agi
'??inr ?vill refiirn to ?he capital shortly.
The Amba?siidor -aid that condition?
? if vary nr?>???J
\ \ ? ? Vi:;-:-: : '
f I**.-,* tmmlZ *? ? j&
"Who discovered Ricoro.p ?One of the biggest plung?
ers on the street!" said the broker.
"He gave me a fine slick Invincible along with an order
for ten thousand U. S. Steel.
"Its rich tropic fragrance and soft mildness went right
to the spot.
"You could have floored me with a foot o! ticker tape
when he told me it was a Ricoro and only cost 7c."
Sooner or later you 7/ discover?
1'. ? ti ' Fty7$3.' '
from Porto Rico
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It's a beautifully made cigar of rich tropic fragrance and gentle
mildness. The popular prices oi Ivicoro are made possible
because it is importe'I duty free.
A do/en sizes and shapes?6c to 2-for-25c?Sold only in
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