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EVENING PUBLIC T;EDGERiHi:i)AI)ELPHIA, SATURDAY, -NOVEltiER 01018 ?C i M- ' ( fi tkk-1 't'i i i. MAUBEUGEFALL POCKETS ENEMY jVIarch Announces Last , Railroad to Teutons on Tliis Front Is Severed U. S. GAIN IS 30 MILKS 'Allied Drive Has Carried In vaders Hack 61 Miles. Identifies Units nOiiimlnn, No n Capture of .MntihrtiK by thr. Hrltl.h. General March r-nhl hvlav. mnrkt the definite. jmh franco of th.- lnt rtcrman rlery to that rrctor of th west front. unci will make it ImpoFplhlr- for tin nemy to hlft hl force in meet n new attack. Summarlslnit the 1llnl uci'phi4 Ulnce the InnUKiirntlnn of Hip fum-inl movement. General March pointed out that the riernwns h.n. lnn ilrlirn Ixty-four mllen farther from Pnrla nml the, territory they ocrnpv In Krnncc ha been reduced from ln.onn (uilnr( inll. to leia than 1500. llllMnn. Irlrntlflrrl American rilvimnn operating with iho British In Wanders were Identltleil n the Thirty-seventh lOhln) under Major General 0. 8. Hnrniro-ortli, and the Jflnty-firt (Par iflc 'nt. Ahuka, Vo. mtnit. Montana. Nevada and t'tnhi under Major Oeneral W II Johnson The NInety-flrtd as. at lait report, on the heights of Ardenrade. on thp Scheldt Itlver. The Amerlrnn I lrt Anii under Hen jeral Pershlnsr hat ndv.m.ed thirty mllr In the last eight ilny Commnnderfc ( liHiicril The reoriranljotlon of the American expeditionary forces Into two tleld armlea has resulted In seeral chatiKPf In corps commanders These Include the folio" Inc First Corn. Major Henna I Joseph Dlckman . Secoml inrps. Major "ienerai Georirp W Heed. Th'rd i'nru. Major Oeneral I. .1 Mines . Imirth ''orps. Ma jor General I'liarlm II Muir; Ktflh Corps. Major fltneral ' I' Siinitnernl ; Sixth Corps. Major Heneral William M Wright; Sclcnth Corp. Major tiencr.il Charles H. Menoher In reply to questions concernliiK Inill Tldual units, the chief of staff annoiincfd that the 351st Aero Squadron was at an artillery ohsenlne school In Kram-e ; the 346th Machine Hun liattallon wns attached to the Nint't-flrt Division In Flanders, the 30.1(1 Field Artillery Itri ffade was at t'lermont-Sur-Alsne at lasi reports: the 3R4tli Field Artlllr r lirl irade, originally with the ! lKht-tilntn Division, has been In nction In Flanders. the Forty-first Division i l'acltlc coast. Montana, Idaho and V.omlnBi Mill ii acting as a replacement unit, and the Thlrty-elt-hth Division iKentuck and TVest Virginia) has n"t been reported alnce October 23. hen It was In acton west of the Meuse Driven to Wall, Foe Will Accept By CLINTON W. GIUIEKT Continued trnm re One Bavaria threatens the Imperial struc ture that BWmarck built up with the use of so much blood and Iron. A Scheldomann ministry, like the Prince Max ministry, will be an attempt to stay the procem of disintegration Kaiser's Abdication Ivvpcctrd If Scheldemann comes into power the Kaiser will ro and the Kaiser's ab dication Ih now fully expected. But whoever Is in power will unnt a cessation of hostilities an soon as lie can (ret It. The one thing that is now necessary to brlnir about the dlsinte (rration of Germany is a military dis aster to the German urm. Convert It from a disciplined organization Into a fleelni? horde and sou have started the political wreck of the German Em pire, which, pcrhap. even Schelde mann and the majority Socialists can not stop. For it must be remembeied that Scheldemann has been a "enml" Socialist. He hus always worked with the autocracy and the military party until these twlllcht hours of autocracy and militarism have jslven him his op portunlty to break away from the old forces. Ho Is essentlnll. moderate. Comparing Germany and its morn orderly processes with Kusfla. n Scheldemann Government would mean that the revolution, a peaceful and constitutional one so far. In Germany, had entered the second or KereiiHky stARe. To stop It there Germany must have a cessation of hostilities and must be delivered from the military catastrophe that threaten. CITY GIVES MOST SEAMEN Contributes More Than An) Three Ports to Merchant Marine When the American merchant marine shall once more recaln Its prestlKe on the seas Philadelphia may claim a lame hare of the honors for haWnc prolded offlcrrR and men to man the ureal com mercial fleet that will carry the Amer ican flan Into tery port on the Blobe This fact was disclosed today in n statement of recruiting tinures glien out at the local enrolling headquarters of the shipping board's recruiting serlco, In the Bourse Mulldlng Philadelphia, these figures show, has contributed more than Its quota or sea men. It has supplied more than any three other seaports In the country, most of them raw recruits turned out after brief armrentlceshlps on the training squadron, or from the local free navlga tlon and marine engineering schools. And the recruits from this city, shipping board ottlclala concede, have developed Into the most efficient deck and engine room officers as well as seamen, In the country. Many of these recruits gave up comfortable berths ashore to serve the nation -In IIh hour of need, Recruiting for the merchant marine will continue, regardless of the apparent Sroxlmlty of peace, recruiting otllcals eclare. as the Government's program for building up the service will continue tnderlnltely after the war. . GERMANS WILLING CAPTIVES No Use Being Killed on "Last Day," Prisoners Say Ily the Associated Press Willi Hie Amerlrnn Arnir on tli fv.dan Front, Nov. 9.- What Is the use .of ttaylng out there to be killed on the last day" was the comment of scores of prisoners brought In yesterday by the Americans. The captured Germans were a more discouraged lot than usual, Most o them declared that since their Government Is quitting and they appear to be convinced thut It Is it vs absurd for them to neglect the op. swrtnnltv to surrender. Pipeless Heaters Save 30 of Coal rnfll'l Complete SI S3 OTTO STE1NACKEK SIS N. Sth St. Tloza 46S7 r Germany May i Answer Today t'nnllnueil from l'e One r country mansion hi llethomles. six , miles eait of Coinplegne, and thlrtj miles from Marshal FocIi'h hoailqunr tern. With the commnntler-ln-chlef nt the time of Iho Interview wcro Mnjor General Mnvlme Weygand. his assist- nut; Vice Admlrnl S"lr Itosslyti Wemyss. First Lord of tho llrltlsh Ad miralty, and Vlco Admlrnl William H. Sims, American rcprcentntlve. iVf.SEK LAST TIME .Y WAR l.OIW ROLF. Ily ihr .(iioeiatrtl I'm MMinliin. 'o. P - Allied nrms'n terms were toda being discussed p' German grand headquarters with an an swer required by Marshall Forh befor 1 1 o'clock Monday morning. Paris time Thn .innrlal. lnFrvhlt. tl.n Uvl of tl.A rl . Ill'' ii'un.i 'Hi'. '. ' -,. ... ,ti.--i.- m.itids of the Allied anil American Gm- ernmenli, according to unnthvfnl iemrt luissetl through the Alllid line- last n'gh' lti'l was expected to reach the bead tu.i'ters of thi' German high conimaii'l earh lod.n Included among tliose attending tbn conft-renos of tlin German mlntir chiefs was the Kaiser. riporlB said 111 many here thi- im-cilng was ronshleied is the last In which Kmiieror Wllllani will apnefir as 'lie supn me war Iritd In fne meatitlnti I lie Gennnn armlitiie delegates, who MKterdny were handed the terms and whos(. request for a pro visional erpsatlon of ho"tllltlt was de nied by Marshal Fo.h. awalti'il the re turn of their courier. Gen though the decision of tin German militaiy t hlefa was made known at once. It was not considered possible that the courier could place the answer In the bands of the delegate. before a late hour today. itltlcial Washington awaited the mo mentous result today with the same con fidence and calm displayed during the laHl few days. The lest Stale Depart ment dispatches told only of the meeting of the armistice delegates with Marshal Foch hut It was reiterated todav there would be tie delay In Informing the na tion as tn the answer of the Germans once It Is delivered gi:rm em'oys live i ivAR-siri-rr y.oise Ily ihr .toori'ulri 'ren I'srU, Nun Itethnndes, whti the ijerinau orini rt'ce delegates are living. Is a small town on the north bank of the tler Alsne, six miles east of I'omplegne It Is be twei'ti the forest of I.algul and the forest of t'omplegnc U'llhln a radius of thirty miles of llethondet are the railroad towns of Clermont. Montd'dler, I.a Fere. I.aon and Feveral others not so well known. St. Quentln Is between thirty and thirty -five miles to the nntth and Meauv Is about the same distance south. Meatix was the scene of heavy fighting In the German repulse from Paris In the llrst battle of the Mnrne Later It was French headquarters In the operations after the battle of the .Mitrne When the Germans droie "ouihwnrd from N'nyon last June, they reached al most to Ctinip egtie before they were driven back The French withdrew their lines north of the Alsne In the region of Cnmpiegnc anil the Germans at one time were within the miles of Itethondes Today the German lines nre blxty-flvc miles away PRINCE MAX APPEALS TO GERMAN PEOPLE Ily the Aum iated I'res.i niMrrilnm, Nov ! Absolute unit v Is necessary among the German people If they Mould avert unforeseen con sequences, declared Chancellor Max imilian, In an appeal to the German peo nle. He urged tint t all remain calm. The Chanoellnr's appeal received In an olllcl.il dispatch from Herlin reads' "For tnnre than four years the Ger man n.'Ulnn. united anil calm, has en dured the most severe sufferings and sacrifices. If at this decisive hour, when only absolute unity can avtrt from the entire German people great dangers for Its future. Internal strength gives vvny, then the consequences are unforeseeable, "An indispensable demand In thesi decisive hours, which must be made by every peoples government Is the maintenance of the hitherto existing calm, under voluntary discipline May every citizens be conscious of the high responsibility toward this people III th'j fulfillment of their duty." Tokio Police Chief I. ikes City I'hlladelphl.i Is a "marveloiiH city" in the opinion of MasaUzn Nakatanl. chief Inspector of the Police liureau of Toklo. lapan. who Is visiting various cities of the I'nlUil States In search of lmiulclpiil Ideas Mr. Xaliatanl said he hoped to cultivate many Philadelphia Ideas In Toklo and commended the city generally today's MAitm ;k j.icr.N.s; CLicnee W .1 Anael. S7 N 40th si . slut i:iljlielfi I. Kfllv -it N Hull HI Sll''hrl OrienhTU .7ls rretikfuril ave . nl i:tsie iihvicI. -inn vv Allien m Jiili.ui M llnlUnil. -' S I'.M at., nml lul- runn It StnrwHs. ."il4 VVoiKtlfini terrci-e JnmM'li J Klsclier. I'hleaen. III., and Kilvthe II VVelkel KtrfTupl. P.i Fisnlt J I. llurnlMinn. 777 S ."-i nt , and Mdrv I'urk. ISM t I!uli hi. lleniHril .1 Itunnellv. C H. A . 1'l.ln M.inher st ami Mamie VV. 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L- 51itutft M.ls IOUIH III III Kaiser Rejects Demand to Abdicate His Throne Cannot Deliver Country Over to Anarchists, He Answers Ultimatum of Socialist for Rule by People ll lhv .! MfW I'm iiMcrilam, Nov !i Kmperur William "f Gciinanv has declined ton Ic to the demands that ho nbdlcitii, s.iys n Germ in vvIicIcsh dispatch picked up hole last 'light. To the ultimatum of the Socialists the i:mperor teplhil. thiough Minister or the Interior Diovvs, that ho rcfus-il to abdicate voluntarily on the giound that ho could not i.t the moment or pence undettako flic terrible responsi bility of Ir-milltiB over Germany to the F.nlcnte and dcliveiing up the country to iiiinrrh Ihisfl, Sultcilaml. Nov. '.I The nbdlcatlon of llmpcror William and tho renunciation of tho throne by ('town l'litice Frederick William be fore noon yesterday were demanded In nn ultimatum sent by tin- managing committee of the I lei man Socialist party at li o'clock Thursday afternoon to Ihlnce Maximilian of ISadon. tin Imperial Chancellor, according to the Correspondence Socialist!', tile otllclal organ of tho Socialist party of Ger many. , The managing committee of the So cialist party considered tlm entire po litical situation, iind its decisions were embodied In the ultimatum which riillllp Schcldemaiin, Socialist mem ber of the German cabinet without portfolio, sent to Chancellor Maxi milian. These decisions were: First. The right of public assembly. Second. The mllltnry and police must he ordered to exercise great re serve. Third. The Immediate trnnsrorma. tinn of tlie Prussian Government In eonformltv with flic views oi mo ma jority In the Reichstag BUNDY TO COMMAND AT PIKE Supposed Writer of Famous Note to French Commander at i.huteaiM merry fv llic tswintril I'rrts n.liliiL-tnn, Nov. !l - Major enernl finmr Itiiudv, until rn'cnlly conimaniler of thr Fifth American .Army Coips in France renorted to Seiretai y Ilaser anil General March today, and received Ills nss'giiinent to command at Camp Pike, Ark, where he will take up his duties at once. General llumly commanded the Seioad iilvislon before lie was given a corps, and as divisional commander dlrectMl the operations of the First America" troops eugagtd In the lighting near Chateau-Thierry whete the ast German offensive came to an nil. While It has never been stated authoritatively, he Is grnerally believed to be the American olllcer who wrote the famous note to the French army commander saying he could not explain It to his troops if lie failed to counter-attack Immediately and leslore a lost position. The general would not talk today be yond expressing warm npprt elation of the splendid work done by his olllccrs and men both In the Second Plvlslon and later hi the Fifth Corps KXPLOSION KILLS GIHL I'atallv Injnreil While at Wots, ill Mill I'nlfaiille, l'n Nov. (i - Amu Fussel man. twenty-two yeara old, of Tama(Ua, died at the Cnahlale Hospital this morning from injuries sustained by an explosion In the press room of tho Atlas "ivdcr Company, at Heynolds yesterday nftirnoon. Miss Fusselnian was employed In the oMirtment of the plant Her hands were blown off and her body gieatly mutl'ated She leaves parents and sev eral brothers and sisters -- ---- - --;-s jfnriisiniai rn-iriff-------- U. S. Army Field Shoe Every Pair Stamped and Passed by I', S. Government Contractor Made of extra heavy specially treated leather. Wil withstand roughest wear. These shoes act ually cost the Government more In 1000 pair lots. Parcels post prepaid anywhere In the United States. and Mquipmcnt Co. Market 708 Market $1.90 - l - L - L" - ' - - - LL - t.i...ll( REBELLION SWEEPS GERMANY I ni .mil loiii-i- rc I'ouith Girnlei In Hie KclrliMng Fifth. The iihdli Socialist Influence at Ion of Kmpernr William and Hie tenunclatlon of the throne by the Ctiivvn Prince. The Imperial Chancellor wns asked to replv before noon accepting the conditions Otherwise tin- Socialists: declared thev would withdraw from tho Government. The Iterllu Ga7ctte announces the Inltrparty committee of tho tlelchslng has taken no decision lespectlng the iiuestlon of the abdication or the Ger man Kmperor, but that the majority recognizes the Imperious necessity of an entlv solut'on of the problem. A Munich dispatch gives additional details of the mee,lng at which the re public was proclaimed. Several thous and persons were present, having come by Invitation of the Socialist party. After tlery speeches hv ntimeious orators the crowd adopted a resolution demanding the abdication of the Kaiser, renunc'n tion of right to succession by the Crown Prince: the introduction of a democratic regime In Gel many, acceptance of an armistice, no furture wars, except for national defense, social reforms and eight-hour day for workmen The spenkers were received with pleat enthusiasm They all affirmed that the Socialist party urged neither a sttike nor revolution hut desired only complete reform. In a procession which v.-as formed nod which was a mllo long were many sol diers of nil arms headed by a band. Tho procession marched to ilm royal palace and tho ministries, where the Government hurriedly posted appeals for the populace to lemnln calm. PRINCE HENRY VISITED HERE Ilrothnr of Fnmeror V i lelm Cnine to City in 1902 lleports of an attacks on Prince Henry of Prussia, brother of Kmperor Williehn, by German marines, recall the visit of that sinister figure In world events to this country In 1102 The Prince left Kiel In an automobile living a red flag atid was pursued by marines who llred a dozen shots at his car. wounding the chauffeur The Prince Is said to have arrived at I'leiisliurg, In Schleswig. On Tuesday, March 11. 1 !102. Prince Ilenrv paid a five-hour visit to Phila delphia. The throngs that greeted him were kindly, but not enthusiastic While I heie he visited Independence Hall nnd I Cramp's Shipyard and was tendered a luncheon at the I'nlon League. He was welcomed on behalf of the German-horn residents of the city by Hr c ,1 Hex nmer, as head of the German-American Alliance, that was disbanded after the 1'nlted States entered the war. ( Following the visit of the Prince tn this country, it transpired that his ! Journeys here came under the general bending of German propeganda " i rr L I O. H ' -Kill Ul llll flJwnt nffvxvKslX fi!s. nuyjuvuiuuii Vu' Mjrf Have You Visited Our CAFETERIA WITH ELEVATOR SERVICE On the Second Floor of Our Restaurant Juniper Below Chestnut St. Capacity in this beautiful room 250 See all foods appetizingly displayed. New features Our usual standard of quality Satisfactory portions Minimum prices. We flare Added to Our Facilities to Meet the Dallti Increasing Business No Lony Waits OUU OTIIEIt AUTOMATS AND LUNCH ROOMS I.MI". in .Mnrkrt Slrrrt 11,1'.! South I'm ii Mpiure H'JJ.!) Che. tout Htrrrt Ml N. Ilrnuil htrrrt lilitl Markrt Mrrrt ISO'S rlllirrt Slrrrt 3D-1I H, Thlrtrrnth Strrrl 311 N. Illrirnlti Mrrrl I IIh and l.iiillow hlrrrta 100-OS-IO K. Klrwnlli Klrrrt Ja- t mlcrjcoieil igarage robbers balk REE PURSUERS Turn on Men Who Overtake Them iiml Steal Their Car Itfiullng. I'n., Nov. II. Driven away while robbing the Cen tral G.irage nl Hamburg of a small auto early this morning, a band of four automobile thieves made their es cape by taking, at the point of guns, a high poweicd car from three men, In eluding Wllllani Griffith, it State po llccman, who had started out to over take Iho highwaymen Aftu- holding up the Slate troopet and William Itanbenhold, of the Cen tral Garage, and William Slltzel. of llai'ihnrg. the thieves ordered tho tlireo men back Into their small car and demanded that they start away under a thirnt of death If thev attempted to slop. The three lomplled by driving toward Hamburg Itaubenhold and KtlUcI, teturning from a trip to Heading with their wives discovered that preparations had been iniiiln to leinove several cars from the garage. State Policeman Grltlllh, who is sta tioned at tlie Stale Sanatorium abovi Hamburg, was notified. The trio started away In the big car and when near the borough limits they overtook a machine occupied by four men. itaubenhold drove abend of It and the State policeman leaped Into the middle of tho road and demanded that tho men stop. Instead, thev tried to run down the policeman. Suddenly the car with the four thieves stopped. The policeman leaped from the' pursuing macmiie ami unum o could draw Ids revolver he wan covered by two of the men with sawed-off shot guns. Two of the other men covered Itaubenhold. who was at tho steering wheel and also Stltzel, who was In the rear of the car. A shot was fired at Stltzel because he was Blow In raising IiIh hands. While two of tho robbers stood hi the road with guns pointing nt the Slate policeman, the other two ordered Jtau benhold nnd Stltzel to climb Into the small car used by the highwaymen. "Now stmt off, don't daro attempt to stop or we will shoot, was tne oroer given by the leader of the gang. Im ...edintelv after Grlfllth. Itaubenhold and Stltzel left, the quartet Jumped Into tho big touring car nnd escaped. D.C.HUMPHRYSCO. All Nationsri I AO Bunting Grades HAU I,n,cs Sizes UTIUU fixtures 909 FILBERT STREET Walnut IHO Telephone Vt'nliiut 2(11 1010 Jlnrlift Htrrrt HO J. JO I H. Tenth Slrrrt HOtl.Ull .Markrt Slrrrt '.Ml. SI .V, Ninth Htrrrt .SIB-20 Chmtiiut Htrrrt 801 Arrh Htrrrt 101. inn H. Klslith Htrrrt ISO Mnrkrt Htrrrt 31U aiurkrt Htrrrt 131.130 Markrt Htrrrt -- , German Revolt Grows; Prince Max Resigns Continued from I'n One Ghent, according; to Bns-Vnii-Ueiil, a report from Ily thr Associated I'rrsi Paris, Nov. P. Kurt nisner, n Munich tiowspriporninti nnd promi nent In Socialist circles, Is the leader of tho revolution which has broken out In tho llnvarlnn capital, It nppnnrtj from Information received here. Some trport designate him as president of th Itavnrlnn republic which lins been ptoelnlmed. lllsner, the ndvlcen tuhl, has orga nized a committee consisting of wotk men. noldlcrs. and peasants, In many respects tdmllar to a Itusslnn Soviet. Klsner Is a newspaperman on the Munich Post, lie Urst came to public itlenthm In I9n," ns n gifted speaker it .Socialist meetings. He Ih about foity-llve years old. lie has not hrhl public olllce. I'lsner was arrested some time ngo for having published the news that Geinmny on .Inly 8, UH4, was 111011111.. 'tig her army. He was released niiei lervlnc 11 sentence lasting until llflcen lays ago. only scant messages are arriving fiiiin Germany with regard to the P.n varlun revolutionary tnov'emonl. tinsel, Swllierlanil, Nov. ! A re public was proclaimed In Uawniii nt the conclusion of n great popu'ar meeting Thursday, savs a telegram from Munich under yesterday's date. During the sitting nt tho Diet Pal nee yesterday it decree was passed de posing the Wlttelshach dynasty. 11c coidliig to n dispatch today from Munich, llnvniia. In 11 procession, which wa n mile long were many soldiers of nil nrins. The procession went to th" royal palace find the ministries, where the Government hurriedly posted rippeals for the populace to remain calm. I,tldwlg "" -xl"B of Ilaviiiia, Is head of the house of Wlttelshach. lie became regent In succession to his fnther. Prince I.ultpold, In Ml!. l,ud- wig was proclaimed king In 101.1 in succession to Ills cousin. King Otto known 11s the "innil king of nivalin ' Otto was declared Incapable of ruling owing to his metitul Infirmity. I.udwlg III was born In 1S4". and married Archduchess Mnrla Theresa of Austiia-Kste. Of tills union were horn three sons nnd hW daughters. Prince Kupprecht, the crown prince has been one of the leading Teutonic tilled generals on tho western front during the war. TERROR REIGNS IN AUSTRIA Nolilenien Kjectetl From Train. Soldiers I'ilhtge Farms Ily the Associated l'rei '.iirlrb, .'ov. 11, 9:30 a. m. Deplorable conditions In Austria are described by a tiaveler of prominence who has arrived heie from Vienna. Along the road the train was Invaded by crowds. Places In the coaches' occupied by Count Leopold von lterchtold, former foreign minister of Austria-Hungary, nnd the Prince of, L.'..l... a.i 1 .11 e rr 11 ne.i Int.-An ...... .1.. . l.l- ' r-i iiiiiiiiiuim ...i. i,,n.-ii iiu dm iionie men were, ejected. Hands of disorderly soldiers Instnlled themselves upon the roofs of the cars. Stores In villages along the way hnv hfen pillaged and foodstuffs have been C'irrleil off. The traveler confirm! re. I iports that anarchy reigns in tlie Interior of Austria-Hungary. Farms are being pillaged nnd shops sacked by throngs of deserting soldiers. The bourgeoisie fearing the Uolshevist movement desire Allied Intervention, he says. 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The fate of the world Is to he decided In a little French town where Marshal Foch's heaitqti.it tern have been estab lished This Is far now from the echo of battle, but a row of gutted houses wantonly burned nnd the memory of hldentii murder, recall the days when the Inhabitants shuddered beforo the honors of the German Invasion. In the center of the town a tall spire rises as a landmark for twenty miles nrounil, un injured, nve vvlvre a shell splinter tore away the carved stonework of the cor nice. Il must be a strange exper'ence for the srntity members of the population who have refused to d'tett th"lr homes or have crept back nftrr the German re tirement Where soldiers of n regiment "in tepos," doctors nnd orderlle from a nearby, hospital, or drivers of passing camions alone broke the stillness with n clatter or hobbled boots on the cobble- n WTHnVAZ, AA,VW U(L BAKER'S COCOA 4 is a delicious and whole some drink of great food Mi I U palatable, nourishing dishes from those foods of which there is an abundance." Booklet of Choice Recipes Sent Free Walter Baker & Co. Limited EsUblisked 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS. iiVMaNMMVi now unaccustomed animation, The rail llnry police stand with fixed bayonet!! nt every corner nnd bar every highway with a prohibition which none save th very highest may overcome. To the beaten foe, Foch extends the courlf" of supreme military corrtrlltude Perhaps a stray Inhabitant may per crlve n military automobile speeding from the station as the special train or the envoys Manila tramlng. Perhaps, even, he may catch n glimpse of n gray, cloaked naff with the rigid ty of Prus sian dlsrlpllne even In defeat. Perhaps too, he may think that at Inst there has come retribution for the days when Ills ftlendi were slaughtered and the flnnifp rose h'gh as the German Incendiaries' did their work, or the nights, more re cent, when th" air shook a I have heard It orteti In that ery fpot to the crah of bursting air bombs nnd tho answering thunder of land batteries The prologue of the drama Is ended Henceforth Marshal Foch will piny the prluc pal pail izmnffl value and absolute purity. 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