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Secret Report
Says Caillaux
Attacked U. &
Prelate's Narrative T?sll? of
Open Expreaaiorxs of
Hostility by Uim
He Called A merica
Economic. Adversary
Our Embasavy at Rome Said
|0 Hav?e Record of
His Remarks
Docami
. Embaaey at Ron a to the
Pore r la regard
...!lau\ and
i r.
Boatiea of auspending the
Caillaua
talot mcludsil one markad "very
?17 lt
? i.
"Monaieur l e Preatra cami
'
a recoivad by a seeretaiy of the em
bas?y He repo Ihe end of a
? -
declara
?ion?
II. Mabillea 7 ' '? Ideu -? ha! ii
areaftei n ?ul ..nce:
?? -| .: | fore ?-,-? a
1 av, from a
an account
Vatican.
l ? tlier"
ji- i who la, abave *.' . l-'rei.co
i been hiou?r
aa an
i
-
ad ?
Caillaux
?
?
? Pi
'
riaving du- l ? ?.?-?
thua i
.
af the
I'enal <
? o-. i-nit Q
?
?
?
i - - ? ps. In
tl
i ,,iu
I : y 10
proteattng i
I
?
?ian who at the present moment
I
i aihaniea
and
?
Germans Form Bureau
To Study Peace Questions
? ?
? Pan
. ll; ? Di I J. V.
I ? ? ouncillor Al
aectioa arith the
? the
? ?
immiasiooer
, ll,
o .. . ammi aioaer al , ?
i hicag,. v. orld
Alien Enemies' Votes Elected
German as Mayor, Is Charge
INDIANAP0L1 \ pet.titm
-
i '.urt h< i ?
V'red < . "?' iti alien enemy
Mayor-rlri-t if Michigan City, lnd.,
? r?.m aaaui laauai \ ". ltMr
Mait ir. T. Krueger, proaoat Mayor.
iiled the BCtion, an.l bc-mdea chaigmg
,v /i Miller'a nationalitv hara him from
e/Ve allegre. that Miller'- alectlonwaa
?/>e reaall af tl "'h'r
German i
/ American citi?en?.
t Judre A. H ladi raan I icd Di
II for a hear : -nporarv la
juaeti , ,
hfayor-elecl '?'? ; ' ? '
enemy permi? from the \
Jlarahal's office
Two Alleged German
Agents Are Arrested
Thought to Have Shipped
Food and Aided in
Bomb Plots
i merc i *
of the German av '
eaatrj
by Federal i
Mai
>putiea ea|
. ,i to bo a pun
BB]
I'e
I
of thr bon.'.
eral *er\ ice. arvs'.'l Chai ?
een atn ? i;
I to be i
.
nf Hiid al. .
araterfroBt.
Meyer, ?I >?? r. well < ???
?
1 ' -
'
. . ' ? v.
eved tha* he haa bi
l ....
poMiij; aa a Swedc.
ley. i ' r... ...
a code nook. *t .. ba ikbooh ihi |
<
? .1 i . ? ? ? ? Stati \
?
? i :,?-..i '.. Sweden, but. ac ?
? ?
ernn ?
Us: v.a? ain ted y< itei laj ?? I
I
ducted i ipi ? -tore in Brooklyn dur
ing 1916.
rotn which he recruiti d thi
T.eeded I ;.
their depred..
When . eral of 'l
., to hnv. be. ..
arreil
.'??-.? were <
i ?
n' Bl i a.i ?
French Timber Scarce
PAR1S, S
L >frure out how to mei t
?
re- fu . .. ?
?
HI ll I .
I one million euh
Beyond I
ef the front, the militarj -
? heavil] on
e Korth Sea tc me Ba iai
frantier. Th? eonaumption of Inmher
arill ? i.
?
x- .i ?..: amercI r peace is
.il eontinui
the repair i
The eolution of the problem ii con
i Vi he ;i queation ol I
? pli
i olon i i, Special
that French Equatorial aad ^ ?
.. Madaaaaear, Guinea aad Indo
laeaa <
tiafbei Iai
?
th fael and Iai
Tardieu Visits U.S. Troops;
He Will Return to U. S.
PAE1S, li*<- !1. Captain Indn I
ilieu and II. (iuni.i- of the .< '?'?' Anieri
CBfl depi.rtment I nrmed
te aaafat .-...?,.,.
? i American expedit ioi i
? u da eriean head
d with General Per
.
American General Staif aad obtained
inforn
tha .v Ai
laiijjements were Baadc te 'ill .
i aptain rardieu
'
?? Coi '" the
turn to Ami
-., I',.
I
? \p erici b ? ??
? -
Youth Stabbed to Death
Rippel, ninetei i
Thirteent'n Arenui \ ' 01 I I . WBI
itabbed to death late lasl
:iv Avenue, Lona i i..nd I
Locked up in thi
? ^.it irm are
. Loparaaji io, e nway
Avenue, and his nephew. .loseph I.opai
anejlo.
Accordmp to 'he police, Rippel and
othera ia taoii play overturued a puah
. t ol fruit oa ned by the twe Iti
and ran away. Rippel itunbled and
fell. One of the Italiani, accordiag tc
the police. itaBBod him.
Gorgaa Orders Removal of
Incompetent Medical Officers
WA8HINGTON, Dee. 81. Orden
have been aiven bj Bunreoa (Jeneral
Goraaa of tn< army for the removal of
all incompetent Baedical otTirn..
will Arat rocctve inatruetione, and if
they prove im-apahlp of the army work
?? i I be diacbarejed.
It*a what wr Ho "Over Here" that counts "Over The-rr'
Join the Red Cross this week
Remember this pen
for
Your Xmas Gifts
At the Best Stores
L. F TNatcrmaa Compaay, 101 Rroadnav, New Yorft
'Clean Peace' Now
Sote Purpose of
Allied Peoples
Workers No Longer Sup?
port Any but "Just
Terms for Al!'
Lean Upon America
Wilson Has Now Become the
Strokr Oar of the
Entente Crew
By Arthur S. Drapei
LONDON, Dec 21 If i.enrfr
.,,-i < ii any
. ? ? i, aeral food
al an early
? attil ,1-le of Bnt ?
iah la maa?power
projecta ?f the goverameat, na
... a , an i-, taken, But a hen
liroad way
. ir ? i ? ? n be
t the paaaioaa al aai
aal
: govei ameata are ghr?
? | Biare >n.l mean
. . ta ita pi a
..|,|>lie<l the
I he Pre - irj.-nt'a
fa>i
ArOUgeddon i* no longer a inere ron
? rs. lt
? i ? ed ? te ? ? phaae.
Graduall) gn Bioag th"
belligerel force moi.- powcrful
neut, out of which u-i'.l
. .,-' i ? ,,i ? The werfc
i he I..-;-. (. aaTered ae
-. are bb leai detarrmiamd to mam
theii eountry, but
they urai I that their
ate beiag i ? ? bal I
? aad Botblag alao.
StateaBBaa WearirJ
, ? are tired. They
rn than the peo
i ? . ponsibility ia
i ii.-\ have few freah I loaa
me the atroke ot" the
.p the
Btraighl courac
and U> ? mgh
poi bli bei Onlj four oar>nien
I the ahelli America.
1 ng] I'alj. The other
,.:, pi ctically dead weighl
an coatiaaalli Beap
and there ia iaaprovo
m, .Notewoa^liy
thii avaek,
- , ii maj n - e n ? dily diaeorai*
^ BBl '. 1'ienurr I.loyd
George raarka a big advaace toward eo>
ordinatioa, no1 aimply ia ? miiitary
and economic aenae, but politically as
l- ui.,1am, ntall) there ii little
, n the riewa of ihe
.. ral - thought in thia eoua
iiy. but that dilTen nci il big
enough to retard thi arai aaaehine.
\\ ? .n tha Haa ? ?
, aut Balfeur'a
Britain "never eneaai -
Bg< ,| thi idea thal ? bil al Germaay
.?'. : rom the pareat atate
I nd of an inrle
pendi ? ar aa iadepeadent
;-,,-. ernmi nuake a
aad Germaay,"
j.ii.l Lord ' ? ' '--ment tha'
. ? ,i he boi .-?- ? athei nember ot
ed aa < eoBoaeie
ter tl arar," muat be taken in
coajuni' ? Premiert utter
Qbrman eoloaiea, j
ind Mesopo
Germai ? peel ed te make a new
nov and tbe ead
of the year. and people will have an
M a ithoul hnving
. tnattera. To
say tl ? .: the govewiment
ab ronld be ai exatt
t can
. r,5tinas
e of iBeeeaaea
?
italy botter
: Iships
? . Pc ? i
German Flags in Xmas
Stockingr. Cause Complaint
ROCHESTER. Dec 21. Complaiat
* .i- ii ade ;" ' Marahal
' hnstma3
? hung ..ii Cfcriat
, certain Rochea
ire, contain Gei man flafl
The complaiat araa made bj a citizen
who had purehaeed "our ef the stock
'.,| foBad a German flag in each
one. i toekinga
,.- torei throughouti
Tells of American
Bravery at Cambrai
Canadian General Says Not
One Unwounded Enjjineer
Was Captured
PAaMf, I'ec. 'l Tbc caadai I af the
american eaajineen al Camhra
praiaed ia -' - ritten by 11
! l! -i i nnndian
. ?
i i' 1 u li
bj I H Powell, the ehairman
"I ara r a few <
"and B4 -?
turn. ..
? ii i.-' tbe extraard narly .
? dfal of Ami
?
phaee of I hap
? , -ii l.i iir .
the factl ,-in WOI -i .?. iiiir
'They wer>' mi
ward al daa n aad 'i.- ing ? I
i..' it. wbei themaelvei sur
roui ?!? i by Germa , ' a man ?
? (I ? .
to cover the ratiremeBt, and ???'??r
.i t,, i and > rbara nnd
piel Ko1 one man ? the part
? e en?
emy "
Pneumonia Kills 56
Here in 24 Hours
Great Inciease in Deaths Ia
Attriboted to Snow and
Sluah in Streets
. i pidemic reaehi d a
B4TW bbjh aaai h ol aV irday,
dae, Bceardiag ta Dr, < harlei P Bal
iluaii. of the llenartnienl r.f Health, to
rreal qaaatity af iluih now in the
: pei
tbc dieeaee ia the twi Bl ? ?? 11 boar
ibat eaded al boob. i hia ii the bigh
eai BaortalHy ratc far paeuaaoflia in the
la.it (Ive yeari.
Oa Fridaj af laal aeea tbc previoai
record wai reached ferty-aiBe death?.
While the snow cbokod itrOOtl .ire, ln
the belief of Dr. Boldaan, the pnmary
iau-e of thi qaickeniBB of the epi
demic, maay caai laaoala aa
reloped, he aaid, from eareleaaBOi Ba
warned citiaeaa to hvoid taking cold ai
? sr hs peeeihlr. aad If atrieh.?? have
it traatad
Street ' leaning Commiaaioner '
i n i' n. when teld ol Di ? Boldaaa'i
eid ;hat hia de
partmeat was doinc nll 'hat i
manly poaalbla te claan tbc ati
aad pred.eted that Suaday waal
theiOBghferea rom..
ell ar'-.|
"The anow wai more than nauallj
uM4i- hihI fell very rapidly," aaid Ifr.
Featherstoii. "Because of thia. il
packed qaidy, aad before we could get
ou; i>ur anow ploug-ha the trafMc had
poufldi d .'. iatc
-\\, have alao been hampx red thia
\,.:.i b] .i ahortage of motor truck*
Laal wiatar we eould depend on 3,000
after everj taowfall. Thii yaan we
have aeoarod tbe nty aad have
able '.i aaaemblc onlj LOOO"
Slain in "Loyalty" Row
City Marshal Killed in Arrest
ing Spurner of Red Cross
HALDEN, M... Dee -l City Hai
?hal K. 8. St. Clair, <>? thia eat]
dead. and hi< -layer. I.. H. WiaBBU
Il.r.nna. 111.. is said to be rlyii..
the reault I I '':re<i ;it him, in
jail. The Marshal'- killinu followad
iille^'.-d di-i..;.;il ti-mii.r. - bl BJ . man.
made when iie WBI appeaii-d to by Kod
? io a "r'^. i . 1 ha Marahal ei o il
to arrc-t him, overtakiag him al tbe
outakirti of tbe town, Vfiaaman re?
iiatod, and, accai liag te oi mho
i. i St. I
aj -n.., fled into New Ui
County, but poaaea were tormed, and
late to-d?y hc wai captured -.\nil
broiifjht here. A riowd jra'hered.
threatenini: te itorm tbe jail aad tabe
the priaoBer. winle Ifce BherilT and
held them oil ' ome one in
the crowd fireil a siioi thrOUflh the jail
window. fatrilly WOunding W'i--maii.;n
cording ti, Coroner !'.. F. Han
P. R. R. Aaks Public to Give
Up Holiday Tripr. for Soldiers
The PeaaayluBflia Railraad iaaasd an
^ppeal to the public yr-tterday to re
frain from all BBBeeaaaary holiday
trips in tbe iutereat of the tbaaaaadi
of aeldiera to whom Chriatmai '?
ha*e bee/i BTBBted Tho lVnuvvivania
will have 16,000 inch wldien to earry
nn its huueit lines. in additiotl tO
carryiag <u.t other troep aiovemeal .
"To mei't thi- litaatioB surcessfully."
says tl,e hppenl. "tho maBBgimBBt of
the rVnnsyhariin Kailrcad etirnestly ,
requtyl that. as an ect of patriotism,
pleuHUre travel durinc the holiday
period be laapeadad and thut railway
titiv.i be vnlujitm Jv raattieted to no<
, ? r.|'s i n 'i1" BflTail of bn ineaa."
Austrian Deputy
Protests Against
Cruelty to Serbs
Dr. Paricic Tells Parliament
of Atrocities by Troops
of Dual Monarchy
Thousands Murdered
Old Men and Women, He Says,
Forced to Diff Own Graves,
Then Shot
\ ? ? i i ' ?"? ' "
LONDON, Nov. M. Cempelled -odig
two graveb, irawaea, bunied
bI re, hange.i or anot down by mechlne
the Serblans ef Heraegovlaa, Boe
,,;.,. Istria aad DaleaaUa were th i
,i Ai-tro Mi-igarian atrecitie*
Baaiag the iaaagiaatioa, reeeatly
..,. p| i ra .?? Pavieie, a Slav
memher of tbe Ain'ro Hi.ngarian
|,. pntil I. .Nartativi s of
.,,, raade pi aai i - Ib Auatrian
.., ,1 fortra a were related in de
tail before the Au triaa parliaaaeal b;
the Slav l?< i
\ ordiag ta Dr. Pavieie, these out
ragea were practiaed upon tha civilian
populatioa, old men. aromea and ehil
... ,,, ,, , ,,.;,., , i; by <leu
aral Patiorak, deacribed h < the aute
eral af Boaaia, ta remova all tl,.- Sar?
, .,. . |,,,,., the Iroatier dieti ieta.
The iahabitaati af 'he viilage nf
ig an.l ..ui. were all >ed ewap
>nd ,,? Birival at MoubI Rude were
compelled te dig theii own graveeand
do rn aai I hia awn Maay
aromea, the Deputy laid, lay bowb n
btir gravei with ehildrea ia their
and ihe aoldiera uh<-t tham ane
ie llviflg putting earth
over the dead eatil their own turn
came
?I... ... ?:,,.? method af - eeuting
eiviliaaa, wha ahould have baoB
iaterned, aaid the Slav Deputy, was to
hang them. Eighty-two penona, he
-aid weri enged without trtal at Su
bac ' Its al Treblajo, 71 at Pocb ar..i
300 at Tuz.ia. He gave tbe aaaai
victima and the datea aad lecalitie a
the eutragea. .
(?f those who were not exec itee, ne
declared, tl a very young aad the agad
d ,,i,,i deatitutiom lt waa the vigi
. ..mpetent and courageous who we..
arreatad, faleely aecuaed, eoademaed,
w.rtured an,.icuto* The Daput)
... informed, be aaid, that M*? P<;?
,,!,. bad baoB arreated ia DalaaaMa, i
tna and Caraiola,
V ,,,,: th. ur.fortunate* their jail
nflicted peculiar puBiahmeata, ae
cordiaa te tl a narrativae al two aur
,., b: Dr Pavieie. 0
iailera at Jfostar waa .haiacter
? I. :i Bl a "ferocious
? hia priaoaara witlj a
hooked batoB ef iroa, which he ealled
Crown Priaee." A pne^t Bamed
Bfterward died at Arad. Hun
. ? af the tortarea thia
ailer mfli.ted.
If tho e gathered al Huatar aur
,.,.,,. traaafarred latei ta arad,
. "thoueauda of liviag akeletona
were eongragated from Boaniaaad Her
EegoviBB? aaid the Deputy. ranushrd.
, ;,'?,.,i. balf dead from the blowa ...
aad bayone' thruaU, they were
. . eMemea1 ol the Arad
Ib its subterranean corrioor
. i ., masaea from typhold.
\- [i,rboj thiaga woeo woi \
Serbian and Montenegrin pn?
. ame crowds of civilian old men.
women and childn a, drivaa fram home
and forced te travel Ib onen cattle
Hui L'er wai f0UBd*te be the
impleal and eheapeal meaaa ef aaad
mg th.-. people t.. BBOther world.,
Often the mother would be daad when
M],l ihOOl her to ask for
bread. Truatwerthi Igarea ?how that1
than B.000 innocent victima met
their death in tnc-c piaOOB, hc said.
Britain Protests Against
Laxity of U. S. Censorship
tVASHIN'GTON", De*. 81. The Brit
ifa taTtramtal bas Inforaaally com
,1 to the Ualted Statea against
the laxity ef the American eenaorahlp.
The Inataaee eited speciiicahy waa aaid
-,, b, the publieation ia the American
,,, ?!.,. pn laaee ef a German
raider Ib th ? PaeMle.
The N.v. Zealaad government, il wa
eried, had roqueated that the pre?
. i.ce of the raider he kept -ecret, it
beiag undeairablc that warning ahould
reach it thal lt 4\as being sought by
the Allied naval fercee,
$2,000,000 More Lent
To Belgium by the U. S.
u/ASHINGTON, Dee. II. Two aaill
iOfl dollan laal tn Belgium to-il?i>
brought "he total af American credits
? country to Mf.900,000. < redif
to all Allied eauatriea now aggregatc
? 0,000.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
HONOR ROLL
To Be Added to Daily
CHRISTMAS
MEMBERSHIP
DRIVE
100 Per Cent. Club
WATCH IT GROW
The employcfjBj ol the foUowing well known ftrmfl have enrolled in a body rb
memben of tho American Rvd Cross in the present Christmas Drive for 16,000,000
members.
ACKER. MERRALL & C0ND1T C0.
ABFRCROMBIF. & TITCH CO
AMERICAN BRIDuV; CO. OF N. Y.
COLLIN ARMSr.tONC INC.
ARMSTRONG r,0BBINS. INC.
ARN0LD, COrfiTABLE & C0
A. B. ASHFOeHH. INC.
AMFR. BRAKF SHOE & FDY. CO.
AMERICAN JFRSEY CATTLE CLUI
AMERIC/.N LITH0CRAPH1C CO.
ARNHEI/fl.lNC.
ATLAS PORTLAND CEMENT
BANr ?RS TRUST CO
BLO'JMINGDALE BROS.
BL ,CK. SIARR & FROST
B'JNWIT TEI.LER & CO.
MUER PAP1.R BOX CO.
BRILL BROS.
'iRADLFY & MERR1LL
rfPOKAW BROS.
BRADLFY STLD10S
PAIJL BLOCK. INC.
CAMMFYFR
CHILDS RFSTAORANTS
tiilliN & I.IFSCHITZ
MARK CROSS
JOHN DAVID
EVENING Mail
LRIE RAIL&1MD CO. (BaBjIafBBBa *
Safetr Daaptj.)
EVENING IELEGRAM
FL'NK li WAGNALLS
GLOBE TRANSP0RTAT10N CO.
THE GLOBE
T. A. CILLESPIE
C. C GUNTHFR'S SONS
MAX GKAB FASHION CO.
GUARANTY TRUST CO.
A. GUSSOW & CO.
COTHAM NATIONAL BANK
JAMES A. HEARN & SON. INC.
G. C. HEIMERDINGER A CO.
HORNBLOWER L WEEKS
HOGCSON BROTHERS
E. A. JACKSON. INC.
CHAS A. KLENE
I.IBERTY NATIONAl BANK
LORD & TAYLOR
LONG ISLAND R. R. (Acaaaa'i Dcet.i
LUSTRE FIBRES. LTD.
MANHATTAN DESK CO.
MATHEWS CLOTHING STORES
MARCUS & CO.
JOSIPH P. McHl'GH k SON
MAURICE MENDEL
JAMES McCREERY & CO.
MrGIBBON- & CO. ?
FRANK GAIR .MACO.MBLR
MULT1GRAPH SALES CO.
NEICELLE 0L1VE OIL CO.
NEW YORK HERALD
NURSES OUTFITTINC ASSOC
WM. OPENHYM * SONS
FEDERAL MACARONI CO.
I trms dcsirimi to hat c their namvs added tn
phonm with HuhlUity Committee. Yandcrhilt?1000
RED CROSS nEMBERSHIP DRIVE.
INC.
OPPENHEIM. COLLINS k CO.
PICK5LAY 4 CO.
PICTORIAL REVIEW
FRANK PRF.SBREY CO.
PRINCE GEORGE HOTF.I.
G. SCHIRMER
A. SCHUI.TE CIGAR STORES
SCOTIA WORSTED MILLS
J. & J SLATER
SIMPSON, THATCHER k BARTLETT
PEAR & CO.
J. P. SI7.YENS k CO.
sFEWART & CO.
FRANKLIN SIMON & CO
R01ERT STII.LSON CO.
STFRLl.NG ENGRAVING CO.
SL'RETV COUPON CO.
THE EVENING SUN
THEMORN1NGSUN
TFIETRILNEPRESS
THETRIBUNE
TIFFANY A CO.
UNITED STATESSTEELPRODUCTSCO
YOUNG HAT CO.
WALDORF-ASTORIA HOTEI.
'.VALKE* ENGRAVING CO.
WALWOITH MFG. CO.
WAR TRADK BOARD
WEBER 4 HEILBRONER
$. S. WHITL DENTAL MFG. CO.
THE WOLF CO.
SIMON ZINN
this list should eommunicate h\
14 W.li/rsrrrl \ \ t'nUC.
Four Hospital Staffs
To Mobilize Here
Army Medical Department to
Uae New York City
Armories
[Staf I arreaamBafani '?]
u Ai HING l ON, Dee. tl. !?'?"" ?' ?
York < ity Nai aaal Guard aiaaetiee arlfl
be utilised by the naealeal depertmenl
o the arm- aa mi
*?'
? | ihtd fet len ?
American I roopa ... ? ?
General Gorgaa a
j . ? ??)
' ib Haapital No I wil ? ' >i ned ia
?
? \
'"o.ir'; I! treet nr.d Vnr>. A
i ?, bird ai mory to be tho
Field Hosplti v
' arh National l
- an Raae rfoeaital No. ^> will mobil
: , ' Duteher aa ? ?? ? u
IRcer of I
up ? f Klaga I a inty lioapital sur
i I ? r.e Cf, med In tha I
\ n Brooklyn
r , . fbrh Cl : arn a ?
tendered ta 'he medical departati
' ? or W hitmaa, who orri -
Brmoriea in the ?t?te nol now
I' Bl ? aie BOW being made oy the ined'
cal - ii apy all tae N
Guard bi - ? In Al lan I e ce
lor mobiliiation purposos.
The officeis aaaigned te 'he 71s- Kegi
mi nt Armory include Captaiaa BjimI R.
Beltran and Donald HcComber aad
Firal LieoteasBta lloward L Beyer,f
liaioid B. Chaadler, Howard Oagood,
Alphoaae I. Senecal Hnd Charli
Vandervoort, af the aaedieal reeerve
Tho?" aasigaed to the 12th Rei
Armorj were afaJara John C, M
i ad Georga R. wallaco, Captain I a
G B irdii'. and Fii I Lii atenaata ?)?>
eeph E. Connenr, William W. afavei
and P/abh U W'eek-". nl'O of the
oi i. e corpe,
?
Three Die in Air Collision
British Training Machine*
Crash at Fort Worth
. I" WORI'H. Tc\.. Dec 21. .
atoi - ii, trainiag here we:-e
kille.l thia moraing when two machiaea
craahed together head on ;n the air
Two of the men were in one machine
The collision took place at a low alti
? ide and !e?s thmi hall a raile from
rhe landing '" ild
The dead nre Arthur Eden Webster.
nineteea, Kingaton, N". V.; l.ieutcr.ar.t
? ai I Ganner, nineteea, Kingaville,
Onl I'vril Albert Baker. twenty, K- i-,
England,
Relatives Urged Not to 5end
Food to Soldiers in Camps
tVASHIN'GTON, Dec. _'l The Coun
cil of National Uefence to-day re
il leated frieada and families of soldier*
nol te aeod them food. An abundant
?upply is being ftirnished in the camp.s
aad eantoaaunta, the council said, and
b large quantity of privately sent /ood
is beir.g waated.
lu iome eaaei food baa .>een spoiled.
and il is feared it may Badaagor thi
heulth of the men.
Last Survivor of the Alamo,
Then Mexican Boy, Is Dead
SAN ANTOMIO, Te\.. Dec. L'l Kn
rique Eaparaa, the laal lurvivar of the
Alamo. ia doad. When on March 6.
1836, BaatB Anna stormed in the final
Bad luoaetafal assault the chapel where
a iiHiidt'ul of AT.ericans t'ought to their
death, aurrouuded by piles of Mexican
dead, the vietora found a group of
Mexican woroeii and children in a bar
ricaded section of the front of the
building.. ,
\mong them waa Eaparaa, an eigttt
year old lad. He died at hi? home here
laal night, aged ?ighty-nine.
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