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vctually^ytd ..::*' iltlil - /"aw-r. ihe tl :ns MAOC WITH _-. *ffu SPARKUNG TABLE WATER re ??! o- ? f ? easuro Empcrcr Charles Has Met Wilson's Peace Terms, Is Belief in Washington WA. I barlea baa .fficial - raadiag the ? ' ' ready i See and ii for ? terdai *?!' !i044. . laage. "a"\v, impair wha"hev , .??!? ? their aff'au . . Federal Agents Plan to Intern Women Enemies Aaticipating a ro-. ? llungariati- ~>n of vaar against the Daal Meaarahy, pUaa , eating a new bureau to handle all enemy alien eaaea Bia Bow made by Joha C. Kbbb, Aaaiatanl ,l statea Atl ? hu' ? wo assist ant Uaitad States attorneys. a .*" -aphtr BBd two clerks. ??We bave baaa bofA working here night after ing on Ihe eaaea - eeeaay ahena marked fat lai "i(i Mr' Knox last night, 'h tha cer taintv of aar wert baaavg doubled loeastBg iBTgaly before ua. we a:r preparinf* te BBtabllah a aBafB. sole duty of whieh will be to look af? ter theae eaaea. And it won't bevery IcBgbel ***** V Baaaber of women, Germaaa as - -, wha ar. be ag. fnd themaelteB bcur. ( Preaidenfa i ? tion to . ???.:? i thal woaaea be ia* cluded t, aetrerdtag to w**v le th.- nuTt.be.- of Ant-tro-Uun ruriio I s'""r Vork ;> siderablv larger than the Geraaaaa, the local - da BOt expect any more ? ot ?.. . A Urge numU-r 0f t Vefarthy them at ? **n bargoa aad i/ther barrb nther* 1-4? - *' .'l " jOU-yard barrad Beee aeaabr.ahed aront.d th- 44*' ' . to live <>r work wit.-.a 100 ya '*7e* wat> ri r luaritinn. o- up^'-'t. TVi* W. I meaa thot "t AiorXtt garcanr weald here le ft-4 aai and plaoa-a of Im-irvs-aa and a*p?rtera I od. A new ata - ? rffoal \% tHe *<&eteofK)!ltau diatriel ?*** paaeed der Bulit r-i?y, ?*hcfl a company "f ? . a er* ufelgiM"! ta fhe Ki.e P.a road'a tiAg%\ ? TjijJ la \1 ? (few plarai'd* ?watnlrg ? ? ? away trot. <;.n water'- -.j pt>?e>4 108 yturo* itvra tht fl*88ta | H tan laland yeata**de) aTaay r--*d: Totj rflttrti noi exj rgjn*n THI DIRECTION 01' *J rfl EXHIBITION Rare Old Porceidns Biscuits, Terra CotU, Etc. Bonaventure Galleries 601 Fifth Ave., BflWa 4Hfii St Stone Alarmed By Austrians in National Army America Faces a Serious Problem as to Their Status, Says Senator Face Execution as Traitors if Captured Lansing and Baker Con? sider Plan of Immediately Naturalizing Them tnca] WASHINGON, ' I Mi na 1?? , Rela ired ? ?. aerican army of ? nator -e.-ri tan, - ; - : I ' ? capt ?? eutioi) : -ho_l ... ;-h he i can fai < aoagh il) to determiT. ... . rieur tfl 1 " rnen ns American cn '. under lfl .. ? eonld he ' troitai hould fall into Ihe hand-' of tho . - Eaay in Peaee Tiaaea "In ' ' ??. . doobt thal ? ? ? ? : . men I iod dacUriag tl I, v.ithout their ? Tha; ? reiae of the laurfl. I ara not nre riqg the v.hole into our i Id d',. -ould leare ,??(? that he "Hut in ' men of n el ? ? ? men had _ rl An ohsta^ ? ? eral aefllen haa - >, in their ilty may he in thi to guard irvice ? . : loyal sold Will Hai Chaage Btataa Th? Uel tl al a ? i,i ,- ome ea elaratioa of their status i large in bai red from purcha | i oader a ruling I . . ? , . ?? . I fore nly under reatrietions. ? v of tha largei steel | ? ing on goveri menl or num ? d, few will I ; war, it is bat little. Roosevelt Approves Wilson's Message American People Must Back President's Pledge, Decla.v., the Colonel [Sp ' ' '? ' 1 CITY, Mo- I1- - dore Boosi rty approval I tfl thfl '' in ,n e(li* torial "The Kflaflfll City Star" will pub!i Kttat aaormlag up ti.e i - ? ' ' ' "To all i ' fbll thfl heart af ' I American | BflflWflf a iOfOOi BBaofl -.i|ro is a solernn piedfle ?_. >,. ?. .? tloa that wfl shall ufce every energy wa : ? iflfl -^ ,r> wta thfl var ?? ? aeeepa Bfl ptflfli ,,, ,. . ?,. oM-rthrow ? y. ' '? fflCtlTfl (< mto action, ? saeh which rameot ? ?. i and ? ? Bn>' U thfl duty of car Britain Acclaims Wilson's Speech as Tonic for Allies Cbmmcmj Aroused and lloyd George ?md Asqnith Are Expected to Take It Up I ven Liberals and Pa, ifisl i An- I'lr.ised [Staffi , . . ] L01 i1"'.. Di i' thfl ? ? ' I ession thfl Hotlflfl of C. :.,-.. V. ion' Jilcjri hlch i-r.?; ,, ? It t that I ' er will refi ? daj at Oi - meeting ;; i.ik, ? try, ,,,p ,lif . much - Pn ? ' ? lobhy bj Admiral Sir H ; Meux, who .li clared! "I'i ai ual, aet .; . toale for all partieularly the Britiah. Everybody I know , sopla aad I to b The i r ,i,l: "Mr, Wilsoi tcellent f..r which Amn. dnt of eies . II ia a at i .., i man rulert ?' ready to their j.n, ' ^lr-< ? procla ' "ll1 ' J i.. atl iii i ? i ? bc over The I. berala in thc Hoaae ol < om ..!.? generall) pleaaed witl ? aral proi merabi ? I aai thev v. ? en eli an r on thi raemhei ' l,'"t' those who for three . ng the B . . and they I ion to ? . that Britain and the Allies rflfti ?: imis ln a conference for thfl ' war aims. 1-., | . o.l in I ... ;.. I ' entirt ' '"'l1' eight montl rulera. The British mi i ... ? ? radieali rejoice ln h areapom beaidea m ar-rend ?ii the : ' ' ' i riend. Perhapi Bflflfl af I ? ? been i tudled a Ith . . f tl ? I';. To mai '? hli I Auatria ? : robabl] thi idea a ? - elevatii arar to a ? - - tween forcei af ra and proprens. 'ihe Preaideal haa aeeompliahed onc already ba has put impei . . perial laa, ""reach an ' Ha haa put his rt.-.mp of d on tl ?? boaati about bank of th? Bhiafl, the dli ? ? of Auatria. the orrupation of ? af othcr material ifl lie l>a? told Furope America i re , . are tO bc Bflfld lfl thfl attain Sf none of I of ihe ideal. Aod Earopa v,:i give du? beeaaec AaierieaB reaoarees will influenre the whole COOt** of thfl uar In Britaia, m iv.nc Bad la ltal| il n po'.verful RflVP Whfl ' tith ln hi ' ?rtan a'ely they are e-rea'ly in the Bfllfli ?-. their influence ia far from negligible. They are perfecily honeal nnj frnnk in their opinion that the only v beat force is to BUtch It flrtta gri Bai i; ' ?? not laat beyond thc time b hen Ab ' snd her di they kaoe they n Ihelr policy accordinjci)? *Thnt meaaa ? mod of Britiah pol , ?t th i and Italian policy. n rotirrlinatlon of ,..?, tha ahoadoflfliflst af thc pol lej of pualahmeflt, tha aeeeptaaee of Pn lident'a Bflt in heart. It flflflaflfl i.ome, now that Huisia Ifl dropping < ? * lo;a! . itrangfld, th?l the Pruealai mill U have bei a tui \. . the M-ry form ilai rhich 1 ? lal '?r regflrdad as aaActeul dcflaition of ? ,r tl ..ims. British Press Sees Ideal War Aims in Wilson Message to Congress LONDON, I'ee, I, Tiie morning p? p,ri davotc thflii eolaaiofl piiacipally McGIBBON & CO. Artistic Gifts for Practical Purposes ln oor Ibi-orative De-partment we have arrangrd for ronvm ii-nt a*Tertion a rl.oia-e r*rorimcnt of dceirable gifta, aaagj* liining beautT wilb utilitv, LAMPS for Bimdoir I.iving Koom and lttning Koom. MIKKOHS Antique reprndnetii.ne, Oval and Obiong in Cili i.ttil Polyi bruiiie cflucla, SCKEE.NS in l)reonrte<i Ijeatheir and Iraponed I'nm? >ESTS Off TABLES Bfl! R?*l Mnhogajoy thoroug-hiv raadr, T1P TABLES OIM FORT ABLE OIAIRS-TEA TRAYS Ml PffUl STAMIS, TEA WAGONS, CANULE STICkS, Bll> H(H.I)H(->, HlrOK E*1>S, Eu. Lac* B?sd :?>i.rt-ad* and Bed Se-ta in Boautifui Fil?*t. < Juay and Larct Arabian lauvra at Moderati- Prir?*a. Weat 37th St, Near Fifth Ave. . I ?TI ? D ' I . r all the All ? ' \., . i iea, t" the fomi of | Le propei lig ! and propei ? |;, it Wi! OO* ' ' ... ? snd euthoi ? ? \",??,, ''' ? ? oi ? quitfl par:.!:, Whei ? . . . trumpet. To read hia ? il, and pui ? on." "The fr lared Inti , fn e the pi ? ? ' ? . ? ? and comn . '.'. G ?? ? ;, timely intimation ta thi ... ? ? . ty i Kest and the W. . Europe on ? thi P/cal i n.? Preeideat i ' i there .-,"i be bo <'?? ? i ? . if tha ideal v,,. ihoald like ? of a j ? ..!!." Caiflfl as a Hree.c Pn '? ? v. i rl : t quite j flinnii i Ireaa, i ? . ai i adda: We I ticiani ..f evi ry kiad, Pn - . and all it prlo nt b) ,.,!! thi ?< ':,i peoplea wai - woald, ?? butc i reatly t<. blj -.ii',!." . ' [< gain tn the eauae of a 1., . >i aaid bava graaped "hddle P!ur,,i . ,,.??.. "Thi i eelare \ tria ai ? .... to I G ? i ? givfl freedom 10 ..I 1 urkey approaeh ;?> ;. prai handling of the muddle of ; qucstion yel i ? I ? ifl 1 ? man "Temps" Sees Economic Threat to Germany in President's Message PARIS, Dei. 5. Cotaaaeatiag on ? ',. .. iflgfl to Cofl "Win 'i.. '..:.:" : - the mottfl Whlflh the tnd developi ii ? "Pflrhapa the mo?t important ? i thi paper, "is ti',.' intimation thal ' . if Cernany persist? afti aar in eouatitatlog herself a daoger nre, will ? '' heretofore n?'-.r riUiag to montion. but which he iadieated yflaterday ia his ? > a refusal hy the people- ? will eonatitute the eeeiety of nat.onu to admit C.trmany to free economic ? i. . "This menaCC i* all the more gravc heraui,,' it has only heen giVCB voiefl aft.T oaa relleetlon. Kven if the Cermans pretaad to treat it arith rjairi Bl ? * can he certain it arill hava ? praffload efflflt umong them." Italy Welcomes Wilson's Ad dress as Aid in War ROME, Dee. 5. Preeldeat Wil.-on'* aaaaiaat ta I ? ?? aa Coagr war upon Aaatrla-Huogory haa heen rereiveil with thfl glflfll ? iaam Bfld '? "" thgflBghflflt Italy, bfliag eotflfliaflted ap?i bU proof '; i ? thfl United Bl I .,;,poi nat palj norally, l.ut .'.itii all baj great aowei Cluba aad aaaodatloBi In n natioB ara preperina ? ? i ia to Pn lident wllaon , nd to Aa ' iiea ' i '?' '" 'rs teralt) and gratltade, (fi^ft lifAVE.AT 46? ST. PARIS 1 NtW YORK ^cautlful^iitip atvery ^teat&avings Stoles?Pelerines? Scarfs and Sets at $95._$I45_,$I95_$250 to $2,000 Long & Short Coats?Wraps?Jacquettes &Coateesat *245-*375-*525 to *20,000 Ulrta smtti't styles developed in Hudson and Russian Bay Sabte?Chinchilla?Ermine?Mink?Kolinsky - Mole?Nutria?Seal and fashionable foxeo, in clttdillf Natural Silver and Natural Blue. Allied Naval Board May Send U.S.Fleet To Mediterranean May Strikr Against Austria; Wastagn in Merchant Tonnagc to End [Stmfi 'orroopondtner] HINGTON, Dee. ? !' ' two legii ti d< ??? lopia. Bl -. naval eg* .... nation af I I '<' ' ' 4,.l eouBcil decided on bj Allied eeafi reai .Ii4..r-i..ii HadiU rranaan an.l l .-, \.ii. r* .. <!??.;-? e aeval ble luatrla bm i bi atti mpted ?) tbe Allied ?"? ethei is Um i , ?.,;,. | b] Uli '"'?' ' ': "f 'll1' raerchaal lei ln t.r.l. i ??? rffecl gr? b ? ' ? " ' '?' l'""' in their BiaaageaaeBl ihroagh na4Bi ., throngli the i?? ? ? operation naval re Ona expi i - tl al ' peeaiblj . , ? ..-- ? ? new n aaa i*. bfit t Wl -'-'I threagh ll war tl ' '"''' p conl raaed the ? ' iprerne inti i ad bet b ?!? eidi d upon, ? l und the prin. far been decided. Tha eotamlttee <? mi *j aa nearlj - i lalble, It ? tha Navy Di parti ? l ... of the / rmini .1 whether i| ahall bave n . ,. i- . owi i . nor ahether there ahall he equal rapn i upon it bjr the Allied naval pow* ? ? hether the repi Bhall ! by the aiBa tif the re* .-; eel ii '? fleets. Mr. Danicla ex] aad poBslbly the n?| of the ttimmitt.. hut t.i-tlay weald only BBtherixa thi ? g itatenseBl! ??'i be matter of tht- aeeai initcd aci oa of thr aavii i aagaged In the arar agaiaat GetBtaB*/ ia being wo out. i t rerf bbvj Pershing Forwards Names Of Two Killed and Eleven Hurt in Action in France HINGTON, Dee. ?'>. <-? ? i-day reported Department th'- ' twe men ti aetion in Fraaea, aeven men I. d bb l f'tur allghtly led. easaaltlefl occurred hetweea Ne* ai l- aad 17. OeBeral PerahiBg*e - ,? ? ... detaili. bai tht- m?r. tre believed to have been with ing fronl i rai ?-nl girctal G. VVlnebrenner, Infantry, .. r 12; father, Ati'irew J. Wkrebttn rr-...;,-. r. ? d*. ItaJi a le . Mr.. Sallie Weat BflaTbtaaaUi Plaee, ? i BaVarely wounded werei -. .:. \ '.. ?. infantry, Nt fl -.1-. avio Calabria, Italy, . . anl : . I. Haburne, Infantry, November 171 father, S. K. T. Ilal.urnr J.-.iti<-4 ille, Va. i. uv ln P, gr rr 17; fatb. -. -: W KraarV. Bl Jam?*. M. . .. Private Beajamin H. Love, Infantry, - 17; mother, Mr*. Ellea Allon, Rran ? ? .-. K\. rrivatf I'aul rrabtrt-a*. Infantry, November 13 ; t. Mary Cial.tr- , Pefl - i Ibio. tndrew .1. Reneley, Infantry, No. vember 18; father, John Hetaaley, gaealierry, Private Leater Rltehey, Infantry, -. '.'- " . ? !:,? Salem, The allghtly wounded warei ..I. ; ... infuntry, November W, ii. I'.-ti'liic, atannon, III. at* li.i'i.l A Baaadai*. ir.fantr4, No? vember II; friend, Praah Doraat, 1741 t, ChieaffD. ir atfl Mara (*. D4jfeadaeh, Infantry, No ? -n.t.er 17; fi tl er, Edward M. Dai 120 Welnot Street, Kantlagtmr**, Ind Corjioial Harvry 0. Hall, Infantry, Novefla. be* IS; father, o.-ar Y. Hall. Bavannah, N. Y. U. S. Reassures Switzerland Formally Recognizes Neutral ity and Promises Protection BERNE, Dee, I. Tha Aamleaa Min* ;.'-tlay handed te tha Pelltleal De* partnitttit h aete iafenalBg the Pederal Coaaeil thal the I nitad Btatea for ititiliy reeagnlsaa tha aa i laod, di ? laring Itself ia eom* . greemeal with tha Alliea i ? ainl the Invlolability of Swiaa territory, ? raUon malai ality und tha eneaiy raapecta thnt Deatrallty. ill,- "/oarnal de Geaeva" weleeaaa raal r< i oernitioa af Swiaa aaa* traliti by the l nlted Btatea aa trt-nu-ly im| . . ! oaal flitaa* t ..ii Ib Sa .: terland. -. t*"0 Zhe Stores^ere^omett dan Buv Gifts Otat men *W_11 Value_h Weber <zS Heilbroner Largest Distributort of Haherdashery in the United Statet Announce Their Annual Christmas Sale of Silk Neckwear Bcginning To-day at All Eleven Storcs Consisting of Their Entire Stocks of Fancy Silk Four-in-Hand Scarfs And Large Special Holiday Purchases from Their Regular Manufacturers, Constituting What Is Conceded to be the Yearly Classic Of Neckwear Sales Months of advance preparation and the advantage of being the largest purchasers of neckwear in the country, warrant us in saying this sale offers assortments and values which you will tind unapproached in your Christmas shopping. At 79c. At $1,5 18,000 Beautiful, Large Silk 12,000 Exquisite, Full Shaped Scarfs, Regularly Priced $1.00 Scarfs, Regularly Priced $1.50 and $1.50 and $2.00 Including our entire regular Consisting of our own regular stock of $1.00 fancy silk scarfs stock at these prices. including tm and a wide selection of ?1.00 and ported Irish popiins-plam colors, 51.JO qualities just received from rigures and stripes; plus large our regular manufacturers. reinforcements. At <T65 At $235 3,600 Unusually Rich Silk 3,000 Big, Luxurious Silk Scarfs, Regularly Priced $2.50 Scarfs, Regularly Priced $3.00 and $3.00 to $4.00 Embracing our extraordinarily Many of these scarfs have been rich assortments at $2.">0 and a in our stocks at 18.00 and 13-50, special purchase of most desirable while many more are special qual silks which would go regularly in ities, just received, which would 12.50 and $3.00 scarfs. be |3.60 to $4.00. Also 1,200 Super - Luxurious Silk Scarfs at $3.35 Our Regular $4.50 Neckwear These are the extra large, rich four-in-hands, in the handsomest of imported silks?the gift scarf in its most amtocratic form. 48,000 of the Celebrated Weber & Heilbroner 55-cent Scarfs These wonderful 55 cent values have been largely instru mental in spreading the continent-wide reputation of these eleven stores. They represent all that can possibly be put into neckwear to sell at this priee. ? We have prepared for this sale an extremely large Holiday selection of these 55 cent four-in-hands, made up in very large shapes. and with that remarkably good workmanship which is responsible for their durability. The patterns are all bright, new, and particularly attractive for Christmas gifts. Added to the assortments at 55 cents is the entire stock of our 65 and 75 cent fancy neckwear, including fashionable satin brocades and Persian designs very unusual at their original prices. If Desired These Scarfs Will Be Neatly Packed in Holiday Boxes Without Extra Charge For we realizj that a scarf at Christmas needs its own special and approfJriate packet. It is mvariably a gift which brings its thrill of appreciation if it is well selected! That more men regularly buy their neckwear in these stores than in any other establishment in the country is sufticient assurance that every scarf in this Christmas Sale is specially well selected. Weber ?*) Heilbroner Eleven Stores 241 Broidwiy 345 Broadwiy 775 Broadway 1185 Broadwfl* 44th ind Broadwflv 1363 Broadwav 58 Naisau 150 Nasiau 20 Cortkndt 30 Broad 42nd ?nd Ftfth Avr.