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ARRIVE IS WEEK
Minnekalula, Lapland and
Orca oil Way With
7,000 Men.
ALMOST ALL BELONG
TO AVIATION UNITS
Sections Have Been Receiving
Training in English
Camps.
* ri:u sick ami \\(>i \i>i:i>
Soldiers .\mv in Kn^Iam! Will !!??
llroii^lit Home Hefwrc Those
ill I'l'lUII'L'.
r My A?n. .'In: -.1 I'i ? ?. !
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* x, tr?f 1 to ;irrjvt? \<.\ yi..}< it
of pre.. I!- v .
1 /??II. r a 1 Ma I c|i ,,f , t , :f ? .
"ouueed to-njght thai 3Si . r.i ami
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Jfitachmonta training tri Hntflnnd now
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'ft 'wn ?li; [s I.-p. I : j; j.s,
I'Tlday, ;i n<l the Or>-a j |..,t ,,r, v- ,t"r
'lu y
Till** amour, < rn'l.t I . ti ::i?
movement of American troop* now in
I Itii: land, t ,? < r -.vl.on,
??ir ".TVI .. lull' uly. w:!|
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pnris. r ij asuuiiit'i!
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mon'not reiiuirinc
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Ci.ard in commlMH'.inititf m.,n v .s'n ?), v
i ids from ?l iy in day.
K?r thd next Severn I we.>k*t \\?? i>. ,
' r es peels rftiirniuK I rnrsi'tori s
iii.len entirely will, siek an I
men and thoae nut iini:i.-,ii n,.|v '
a hie for military s< rv I ,"x'
nit?n who ha %*>? hren disehai #?..
ho.pilalH In l-'ranee but tv,"!
fully reeovered r lioIr stven-'th Th ?
will he oripnixed for purnoscs ,',f ,"
portatIon Into provlnlorml eoninaiiieM of
from 10ft to l.M) men wiih i|,o Ve',ii|?iti
(Continued on Second l*aVo.j~ ?
! Rc:ika Schwimmor Named
A rob-? spader to Bern
\ii< Piiihcr *i"i ?'I'Im* ISrnt
woman lii lie appointed tin iiinllltK
?Mi.lor h:t? Iiimmi iinniinii t ed iiy the
liliiiuiiri.'in uovcriiiiii'ul fur ti?c post
S?i it/.erhiiid. ?*/??. Is (In* Miiitun
rlaii nrltfr mill pni'ltNl, Ito.nlkn
Nell\*. limner. \vlii? ii'im rpMlili'N In
'?ivII.M-riniiil, Viadiimr S.*li\vliiiiiicr
It ii m iii'i'i-'ilcd lit'* minii.tnt Ion and
<\iil Milcr iiimhi Imt duties sliorll*
:k Me-n.
>1 ?I :i ?>> i* Itonikn Si>hiv!ninii>r U
president nf till* I I iitiKnriiui W*>m
iin Siiii'r.ici' \Msnci i I inn. Site Iiiin
!? i'ii creilitvd with IicIiik (Ik* uriKi
lliitor i?f I In- l-'oril pejl"e M|i;i iile.'i,
mill w.in our nf tin* (imminent tin
Kfi'H of tli.it pence mission.
Thl Ovi rsiiliM-riplion of (?(?(>,
(Mill Ahnvr (ioal Originally
Set for < nni|i;iicii.
I..?lt(*KST (i I I 'T l \ IIISTOKV
Minnesota niul I'cnusy Ivnnla Only
Slate- Thai l-ailed lo < "onl t ibut >'
Full (t>nola. While Arizona Mor?*
't han Ih.lthlnl Allotment.
'< ? I !'r. i* 1
\i:w VQItKi N'l.v-miii I 2f..?Total
1 i i :i- t :i. I"ii.? ??*! War W .i k
' m]?.; i;; ii W"!>* ? ~j 17'.* . or JSl'.sT'i.
in ? xt - .- .-i f ; 'ni' a'iioun: ori* in;:liy
..??I war >(?' f o-i-ani
:?' * f'i- Hi.' i woi-l: <! 11 ? . ?:n ibMiiob
? .on of tin* Am >? X a' y, a- ord
- i . an < '!i( :ai at:lio'.ine.-ne-nt to
i* iv th- n:.t totia 1 c i mpa inn corn
i 'I'!.is j.i tin* 1 i'rf: i ?' i: r ii iv.r
? a:, out rig '.I* t; :ft .n !)?? ills
i h?* wor 1 rl
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; I't..on. .-\> ?>? ;it ion
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(|Hptn aajUtrricd !r
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? :i . . ? ? ' . ? -' r- ? i'. ? ? :i A ? ' :ia h.'.'ld
? m- iis! a '2 ; )> t i' |'> rio :i*. -
? . ot r l:ii;h itit-1 *itl* 1.
V ? t 'i i ii ? t a- it \Ijii., iiui !?:???}? lit".
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. ' of t '.?? ? a ,..i i j; 11 w a I if
ii . ? r in v . -h tlo- in <? ri of t!i> . r::;;.
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? . Mvxlco, fill "io. ami l'orto Mlco,
\'t \ V> . -?.ii.* \v *? i:! '.fr tli** *.. j i "
1 . ? wit!. ;.t no !i: . < f J n. J ? Vi
I. . ? : .1 oli: i I >. I Jt ak i*f. 1
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. .* 7 ? i ? ? i! ?.. ? '.lp 'i" total when r. or I" '
ii? ? ? ? ? - a Mitt rfi>tioii i t f "?'.??- -? -
... I: i. Moi- li : ? I" ' I'V Vlli* " ? 1 of th ??
? ? I ii .i . ? i ???ton
t* i i. i i iiv ilrl v.*. "To ,*ill who
.. ? r u>!y iil\<*!i of l !i r Ii:ii.*
imi i ff ?: ' - I '? Mr. ??from 'a.
?. - ! : . : 111 I j.i a sao-Tit >*s to l!'."
. ? . . ?* th?? i nt;?:i :u i r
?. t!i Mii*. . no* for itself, lait for
; ! v. mi" | 111' Kift:- will ::??? III
i ,i. :i? v t I inontits -
? r i\.? ??:? of the annv anil navy."
NAVAL ESTIMATES REDUCED
BECAUSE OF ARMISTICE
!!:i! Sreri*l*< e> MeAilim l?eeiiiniiun?ls
! on11ntini ee <?l '!'liri'i'-\ erir
Itnililiitiv I'ronrnni.
A: >? latcd Pr.-s-- \
. : l.vi JT -T N'.v. rnii r ?_'" N
. ? :i ,1;.... l'o* I i^'i >.ave !?'?? I i iin ?? 1
1 I >' ' .Mfll'l"' .!:= I'f l'l-Ktllt of t!w siu'li
? ? i : i !i. s.-i ??-1 ary M -
A'ioo w i iif<??i"t;: ? 1 ! n-il.iy l>y S. it?
lai v ! ? . ? 'I'; .* i.fiti.1 ???timate on
i \v?.i imsii) was $2,611,307,000. ami ilt:^
? '???? : ? ? .*1 io f t :.???' i.
N ? r-.i'i ? w ?. mail, in t!i<*
? i . .!' >.;??? i. ii.liljn for a s i-oiiil tlirio>
? ? i I 1 ? i ?i -1 -*. ovoiiram nf l.'f. si is.
!<-ii lias liecn reconuiiehded to <*oii
l.v Si*. ? t.u .? Ibn:.'!#. Thl* i?ro
i : irn t-niiietupltn. s t.-n snjiprilread
: i: -. its. six !?.lttl.? ifilis.-rs and ISO
: iii r wa r.-hiji: anil attxili u> ? raft
'! ! ? la !t st i i ? I ."'I ion. $31 1.7 ! <i. was
?i ill" i9i ..i;.tf for ill.* nrilnatioo. ami
I'a soooiiM lat'j;.'':*t w as ??J75.:5i4.2S."> in
pa; of the navy. Other reductions
wire announced as follows: l'ay. mis -
i vi'a neon? a.OOii; aviation, navy,
77^.7i'i; bureau of navigation.
? i.e jii.itii:;. litin aii of yards and ilooks,
iii'.-lmliiiK puli'.ie works, $'.1,458,000; hts
ii'nu of supplies and accounts, S.^i.
r. 1.1 f.; luireuu of construct ion and
r.-piiir, $::7.rtim.iift0: Imreau of steatn
? nl*ini'eriii);. JL'S.Onn.inlo; marine corps.
? 7e.v.i." i; naval emergency fund,
S11l ta.Odn.
M'ADOO CHALLENGED
>toel.l?olilrrs of Toledo, St. I.ollis mill
Western Mtaek Anlliorlty ot
llireetor-fienernl.
| ily A*isiii lat'?.! I'rri-- I
'I'OI.KDO, OHIO, November 25.~ A
temporary reslraininu order was issu. il
in tin- I'nitod States District I'mrt
lore t.i-day a era in st William (5 McAdoo
.is dir. c(oi -c;>*nei a 1 of railroads, in*
struct inn the receiver of the Toledo.
St. l.ouis and Western (Clover l.eaf)
Ita.lroad not to accept cars, sit;n coti
ii.icts or lo do an\'thinir that would
jeopardize or compromise the interests
,f ill.' si oik holders of the road.
Tin' case, s.iid to lie the (irst in the
i'niteil Stales win-rein the powei of the
? li'ecior*general is attacked, is one in
,\1 i'-h thf stockholders' protective coni
" ? ? of 1 lie Tol. il i. St. 1 .on i .i a lnl
V, i stern si-cks to prevent Mr ".McAiloo
? lie i 11. i ot* 11 j ii Sh" ft d to aecepl
:"??? fveiulit car:' which th.? committee
? ? 1 ?? in - thl ? II ?! does not now ne.-d
till! fo. wi'i.'h ill" committee lie.'la ie<
IV. i ? ro:td w'nil.1 ha\e lo pay an ex
orbitant price.
I > .rill' court to-day attorneys for
?.'?I. ? lilroad d">ini ?ir-.tion slated that
?lo ; i conl showed that tin- receiver
f. i die ro'.il h;'.d rrf|tie.-'t??d Hi" cars.
Citizens offer reward
Soldier in Ij'iid \rui> Camp Stm-|
lieeleil of Xtinli-r of tiki
l**it Vint* r.
J |tv vs ii i;itc?l Press. 1
I, V .\*<' I f!! I' i !. \" '... No von', her- 25
Citizens of Car"'! "M t'otintv !ia,ve mih-;
rlb.'il an.'r'ixi" ?t < ? * * ?! tin.) Vi r the
arrc.'.i and conviet!tiii of tf unknown'
|iers(.n who atiacki-d and murilered [
Hosta Karmer last Tnesdaj afternoon '
near llocoel;"s. Ca.aphell County. Conn- j
t.v supervisors will i.ect 'o? morrow to;
offer a reward, which will be supple- I
merited by the Oovernor, Comri'.-n-)
wealth's Attorm.v l.iRl.t announced io* 1
nil. hi
In addition to the nemo in jail here,
n colliier at a Cnited Sluji s Army i.-anip
in Maryland in sn'speeted. and die ciwm i
ant horlt iet? have been asked lo hold
him.
One Hundred mid |.'lve l?er Cent
is the era in The Times-Dispatch shows
la Want Ads printed during iho week
end I ti it November l"tli over tho same
week last year. The. TimeH-Dispatch
prints more Wtint Acls than any ot ii or
Kiehinoiul newfepapor.
ATTSPi
IL
Each Country Withdraws Con
sular Representatives From
Other in Consequence.
MUCH RIOTING AT IQUIQUE
Representative of Peru Placed on
Steamer and Told Not to
Land Again.
I My A luted I'ri'ss. 1
SA.NTIA'Pi. t'lllU:. November 2.1.- -
'I'll.; chileaii government lias decided
?o withdraw its consuls in I'eru hi
order to avoid untoward incidents
\ 1 teh might take place in cafe of
outbreaks in I'er.i and ('hill*.
It is oil.' i illy aiinoiit ri ii a! l.ima.
I'eru that l'err. has withdrawn her
- ops ti Is from ?*Si i as a result of tile
: ??in wa 1 of aiti-l'.-r vim rioting in
!<|iiii|ti.i and Antofagasta.
rr.iti \ i \ v \< i ?i m
ok ins*ri it it \ \n:s
I lt> A?-M l..!!,! I'ri'K.' I
i:;i:ni ?s aIKKS. November ?The
!'cnivi;in leitatioi Ji?? *'?- !o-ilay r< -
. . i \ . .| till- I olio wit: ?!! -pa ? ? ll fro 'I 1
.. an Minister -f l-'oi.ign Afla:i\i:
?'An.i-t tl.- cxtraordiuat y outrages at
!.. it i .<? Sat-ii-dav. during which the
}.l . t> if l'\i-Mll I'.m UViallS WlS
? 1;.-? I. ('hi ? n crowds mi Sunday i
.,j !},,? I ? 'i vi.- n i on si* 1 at 111 *1 i?i' i' * -
S.nor I. II'-- whIII- hi- was on lis
t. tii. Mayor to protest. agailist
t ii r lot -
"II.- was tar;i<-d h\ {?>'.<?? alioard ?
small t?-a::o-!- anchored i'l 'he port.
'I'll. lilt iioi it les a:i<l the !???!?? ?? cor. ?
.. i, .i, t.. tii* ? >nt la ;:e atitl no'-ilicd tl:.
oi.> il that tin v would not i"-rinIt
I., i i i H ?? til I >;i l*K.
"i [.on ii - -'H inK t hi-" no: tr- . lit
Peruvian am'i- anient has withdraw:!
,ts ?nil.- i!ar it'pti-fcnt.iilvi'f t roni
? "bile."
N ? - w dispa:- MIS received h? : ?? in
dicate that disturbance.- are uciier.il
in i |iii : ? -. A iitofagasta and I'isau
?:11i tliat .-v? i il l'i-rnvi.i:i eomntercla '?
iio ? s-. s lia \ <? i.. "ii wii-Icm in l'i! a-M.i
Tltni It I.I: s'l' \ ItTK.II l!\
i'vi.m: mi iiiimk iiki'ihu'
.V <i.*patch ivoai IM.-Iio.,' Air-s la.-t
l-'i iila.. reported s? lions demonstra
t in li h iit A nl of a ;;a s tu HKiiinsi I 'i-ru\ ian
l' ItiilltsS 1 ? ? ? 11 ia I'UIIM"|U'!!1W ol .1
false run.or that tin- Chilean .-'?nsvil
at ? a 1 lan. i'- hail l-i't'ii as:.-a-sln.<ti-i
ii. IVr: :?-iaii.- No t.poits an- at hand
?i. the rioting at li|iii(|tie and
I'. . i _- a a i'h - present ui.i'-.-l in
i;.,:i\ 1.1 and I'hlh- is die to a desire
? t IVruvians a H.I I toll \ i alls ' o ? -tth
.- Tail.a and Ari.-a .|iie-tlon imi.-.'
I i i-.-iil< r.t Wil.-i lis principl. of self
dfcterininai ion.
FRENCH FORCES ENTER
CITY OF STRASSBURG
( iii>iI it I of VNiici' \\ rlrnmi-* IliirKliiil
I'etain j:nil \riii) u/ lienersil
l.otiraud.
I IIV .\f? l.ji- -i I i I
I'.VKIS. November 25.?Tio- War ? ? f
t i ? %? announcement on the oil ial en
try i-f ti*- French into St :-a ,-sbu va s;iys:
"?Marshal retain. accompanied by
? ;.-.i. ral c.'.sti-lii.ni. to-day made s??lc:';n
entry into Str::-si?tir^ at the h?-ad of
tin troops of t!i< arn y <>f io-neral
i .in i ud 11.- w is t eoeived wi?h en
::r_'si.. .'??? lain:-.t ions. As the A
ri-^i'it" til.- m i: hed Into the not-'.?- Al
itian i-;:y. whi- !i was mai:nllh ent'y
i.lorrietl '.(itli tlie national colors. 11: ?r
? v i.r -Viv. la France" w.*s ie:i!d,
of:'Ml lt--d. Tile" entire people <-\
, !-? - "ll t'.ielr J'?> a I beltlK l'?'iUnit? -I Wilil
t ?? ti.oth< rlatill and atltrm?- l to the
v. nrl.l t) ?' uu.-haUt-n attiu hin?. :it of Ai
sac?- l'ran.-t."
sin\>*tn it?. ?.u i-'.s \it*!\
ok Kii wci: citi:\T \v?:i.t o>u:
: It- A luted I'l ? I
STIiA.-'.SItl'IJ'li. Sutiilay. Noveinher "I.
lieiieial C xirail'l entered tills ei'.y
t ii- -I. \ at til- head of the I'otil'ih
I'l l m il Army amid the t re.meiuleus eii
t ll ;i- i: - sill of IlAll.liOii people. N'i'Vel d.d
; liny have s'iMi a t rluinpiian i
Kie'-tinu
"Such a spe, tach- repays :i.l o ir
suffei ir.Ks " said il'-neral limira id wl: >
i. in-d .i j roelamat ion to the I'i'V. I'- -
|;ili-:il>K with tlii- words of the "Mai -
si-iila i>e." "TI:-- day of ulot y Ii - eoiin
WAR DEPARTMENT PLANS AID
FOR WASHINGTON WORKERS
TlioiiMtintlM Soon Will He Thrown imi
of Work l?>- I'limiKe to I'eace
HmnIm.
t I\>-fa lai'-d l'r<-ss !
WASHlNC.Ti i.\*. November l'!-i s
t-i assist in the return home of i -'-.i
sands of war w orkers in \Vrtsli:n -
soon to he rele..se.i hv the tra'i- ' i
.if trovernnient bureaus from a war io a
peace basis. w? re i-onsidered at ?' i "ii
fefeiH-e to-ila> ??:' piis -n:itl oili. s -i
t Io- W'a r I ?epa rt ir.i nt
.1. i V Si-otlield. chief Clerk of t - -I- -
partinent. was directed by S-- --'ary
i-taker to in epare recommend.ti i? ??;:i ?
to methods of aiding the worUeis. .Mr.
liaker sah.l it wonhl be "tra:- ??1 1"
have the workers many t '? ^
s,iid eanie to Washington to r,,;
tin- ivovernnu-nt from purely pi t i-'i '
motives, thrown -i'iIi n!>- <?- ... wot'l
Miiitrest loji has been made ollici.ns
.-aid, that provisim be in.ale '<> sup
;? 1 y t: alispio-i a t .oil lio.ia- ,<>. the em -
pioyee or thit sitine bonus '? pi'd
.is recompense for short disch.ii-- n<?
t ice.-?.
ENLARGEMENT OF BUNKERING
PLANTS AT HAMPTON ROADS
>i?jlie OeesHi-<5?ili-jj l es.i''l:< Delayed li>
lundiM|iiae> of Present
l-'ael lit Sew.
Illy As... i .I..I Pi- !
W ASH IN' ITi IN. November
I 'leven bunkering Machines, ??apable ll
lia ml1111si-vi :ity-tive tons ol cn.il an
ho;? esiih. and six coal baiges \ ith -i
ci je.i i: y In tw i-ti l.lnin and i.L>H' i<" >
el.ell will ne added to tile pos-l ennip
r.nMit .1'. 11;.in|iion Koad;;. \'a.. :it otic -,
the port and harbor facillt ii.-s i oainils
.?iio'n aniionlie. d to-day. l>emai:<! foi
coal by ocean-gidim vessels Is i\ ? ?I
?is I! ? reason for the ineiensc in fa
clilt ies.
Ilampton Itoads. the commission an
nounced after a survey, has he. ?>.: .?
the most import nit *'turn-around"
point on the A'bintic seaboard, next
to New York. The crowded condition
of the port resulted in noine delay !?>
ships seek I nc, bunker coal, and the new
imi.'hlnes iii?* desi. tii'd to reduce, oper
ation eorls of sjilpa by oliminnthifc tlii
costly delay.
SUBMARINE CHASERS START
Klollllti of \nierb-nn \p.ssrln l.i'ines
((iietiinilown On Wny lo (lt?>
t tilled Stiite*.
I IV \-^ loelu l-.l l'1-..v, I
CJt'lJIONSTOWN. November 2.1. ? A
number of American Htibniarliie chas
ers, accompanied by the parent ship
Ihickriell, left to-day for the l'nli? d
Stales.
The Hot 11 la w as Klvcn an enthusi
aKlle HcndolT. The harbor reHoundod
with the shrieks of slrenn nnd crowds
aHriCMnhtod along the wutorway cheered
an the voaaelp steamed out to sea.
Soldiers and Sailors Try to
Break Up Madiscn Square
Meeting.
FOLLOWED BY WILD FIGHT
Hundreds of Men and Women
in Fracas at New
York.
' ??> V -<i I:it?d fr. - |
NKW YORK. Xovc.nl,or 25.-11 un
r. ..f s'i!dj..j-s. sailors .u,,j marines
broke U.roii?;, ? ?.i.rd.?n of police sur
rouiiditii; .Malls,,,, Square Manln. to
"it-lit an.I a;:;.,-Illt. , Sl(.
v.
',,lf ;u I'-oisi.-vik doe'.i ines wer
' Tli.
!"r Il-d a- tin- met,
? I'TJ-'.. i police. li|| t
i,lto tIi ? side sin-cts i:i
:i!l i.: ri'ci ii.us.
Ti" S" '???"<' -'t
' ; : ' it w i? . ..ii?..j ,,s.
? ? ? 1 the
L.' '' " -: Mootiev. hut Scot;
Aearlnir. who presided. and the other
v.:
lit I" *? If ? -1:<I. i
rio^d'r,!. 'Iiu!! i,,rY' woinen were ar
, 1 ; '? !!:; red na?.*s sic??.
" ' i'J1" It" 'la-.l. t, ? ? deflator. of , ,
*????? 'y >l?.vor llyian. I'arL'e nu:??
1: . 1 "i, '?.nil .-: t. t ?
Jul- dintr !,t.fo,. t]l ,|?.,rs
'V " ' ?'Vl %v-.l '!?: "iiiHiia i ioit ..1'
I nitn-.; attacks up.-n the covert.
"f i.;t ti wins u.-it- in
t< rni'-red i.\ olio . :..: "
,:T' !!"? s v. ii.> v..,..
! '"?? III. .-tin; St* 11 I f.'i ?
"s ?P Ml ; h.- iii-t.
, u 1 " "iu'1 'v i .iin.i to p. ?,
til. ? luirt:? oti III- Socialists which
I'-'i'l I" ? -i plant:. ,1 t.
was . ml ,| a,,,)
place when
: nt vi
Ma <11
?Malt. <1 f?? |? t h.'.i I homes.
f . w ? i Ik. raKviii"
an ?,m? -["M'tary. They quick";
V'c.'l . >'P<-.i l.er'l.-iiotinc-.r' the
1 ',"*v w'*r'' ' -roil, not mil v
the men in uniform, hut l.v .-iviMai,
"i j. 11 h i7..- rs. Wii.-ti some ?. r i c- . tl|.-.|
ur-Mi "loyal ,\ni. i V:?is' ? ? cha rc
?I't'i in'cflia tl.'ti 1
i * via, initi.livil it lond, ,1 Th.-e
WI.IC <!' I \ en hov.av., hy mount.-.I
<11.1 in-- i oti vv;,, | ,-, v
i "luuiod l.io buililiii^.
s,?l IMIiltS \ \ ft w \ ? |.ohs
u \ IT ('"(lit lti:.K\l.;imtKi||;Vrs
:U"V wwiM ,,rst
ti ,. , , r ^ VM| awaited
*%l - 1'1 i' 4 in?.nis> I'roh
til.- "rn,.T ha.l asttemh!. <).
I he ..i tp.. of ,, ,.
<l-n Has ,h- Sip,,:,! for
f"h?lers unit saiiors fou-h' ;>o-!r
i' "'I- ' i ' h' I',"1 niirht
sticli.s ai .1 ' t :.ck i-.-| tli ? S.l-:a!,sts
? !?< 't , > ,,
t'l.AW ui:\ IV | mkoiiii
.\lni< ? ; ii.st tint 1> the s.f.:ar<- hm <
""?'l ;\ ' > <-llia?. r.nnnin :. t:u*ir:nir
men |:... s. reams of voitu-n. me-t of
t henii u , artiiK iv<! roses or earnati nts.
' '1 r*11 n l oil? :?!ck'ii ros.>
at.ov.- ih.- .lit, as thev clawv.l an.I
i chi'il -.I.- sol<l..-r> .mil sailors who
f 'i'litc "Miik th- male So.-10!st?
Slouuted police, re-enforced hy auto
niohil.; I-, ,1s ..f i-. -jc-i v. -, rtished fro.n
\ . rv ? h mis-- v/ithitt a I a .1 i is ..f
to:,. ^ eil \-.?l:aiitIv t ? clc-r t'.--*
Mi-iar.- lc.it mul- littl. i>r<,?r-.--s. s,'.;.
' 1 r ? I -i'lor;-. I hor.Mivlily ant.rcl
^ 1 ?11 ?: **x <oiisi<li r? <l a t insidious
'!, ' "? ":i ,h'>v l-W:.:-n
? l.-.ea ? i-.u.| Utile ctf l.t'.on '. ' us ;
>" i ' - t sticl;,s They were l.et t on i
- ? t - ' v .-iin ? I i ., ?: t ;.i a I er ua I i. ma : ? i
;st-* --.any of >n,-oi I
in- .-.1'iare was ? ar. .1 of milling j
in**!' oiilj when Socialists hv ..n.s ami
111 If roups I.?ok- an.I it. ,|.
I - i miinasre in the nark then was
t ? a list .?: t-.-il on a sm;ilh.-r scale into
?\< > ii. iuhi.orinir str. -t.
ii.s of Socialist-: soon \t-ere rnii
1 ;; "1'N ii I<? nji ??*:f h Av.-1'iu- .. ...I
? 1' -1" i :?? norih a n-1 .-;Mnh of Tw-nty
" ? >'r.-.t. piirsii..! h\ -lnjiitin^ nni- 1
?'I. 1 niei, Mo- t of tin-in w.-rc hat
" -i i' '1 .H 1-ss. h:, ; ?: |i ?t th.- ma lor
.-? th- i !? : - , l,.. . .-1,111
III \ MK'H I.ISTS t.o?i:
JHm hi-:s? M'Icktiks
When i hey w. tit to the met tin:; the
:-n. almost witlio.it exception. wor?
red neckt:<? hec: use r--l lla.us w. r<
aniU-r tin- ofllcial I,an. Tins- red ti-a
w-re il.c sptci.-il mark for the soldiers
and saijors. After the hat tie tliev were
? Perished souvenirs.
Hundreds of the Socialists were had
!y iiea t en, hut so fir ay coil id he
learned none was seriously hurt.
Tin- p.diet* hail the situation well i:i
hand within half an hour r.fter th-.i
close of i)ic ineutiiiK and the street
had i . en el.ai.-.i . \cept of si imk:,' 1. i s.
I nited Statt-s Marshal .McCarthy an.!
police inspe. tors w. re inclined to
hlanie ih.- nniforiiit-d ni.-n for thi- irou
li!e. They <|.-i lareil the ineetiiiK would
have proceeded pen-cfully -nmi^h, in
. ,i:te of the more or less explosive
: reci'hc-i. htul it not lieea lor th- sol
diers and sailors.
HEBREW MASSACRES
CONTINUE, UNCHECKED
< el I si r* Iteported I-'ilh-d Willi llmlies,
While S,vniii(ii;;iie? A ri
i.oola-il.
it As-... i.,t, ,| p,. , j
NKW" V' ?I; K, Xov.-niher 'J', Iteports
ol whohsale slaughter against II.
hrews at l!r;:s\o. ?!Ii.-i:?. wlM-re cellais
t:.- i courtcd tilled with bodies anil
many Hebrews aitemptlnu llicht h.t\c
h<- ? II Shot ? i o v\ I in the st I-, els. \v,-;c |
vi-. I from i '..p.-ii ha ii In-dav hv the
y.ionist on-ai.iznt ion of Aini ro a
At I'r/i :i\..-1. the repot i add-d. the
l'o'.--h l.cirion loot ei| all llehrew shops
.'lid h 11> ? i' s. il i s.i !'ini*d 11,-hrcw ni'lilia.
invaileil s>na^ouncs and sullied th. si
.1. 11 >', oils .. f t he law
Adolph lU,,-hm. i.ieuthi-r of the .lew-'
i-'n national council al \'i.-iiiia. v\:r. .1
tin- oi vjaiii/.at ii-n that llohemia is "in. r
li'- ssl.. d* pori i:r" rcfuifccs of <;.? j j.,
who sought n I'ukc ill that couiitrv
Discusse3 Proposal
cf National Boycott
Tlieirri-tletilly n lioyi-iili of an of
fciiiliitii i:a(ln;., Niieli its Cerimin.v |<
mill Ii ii n hern, it: tc* l?c reKnrded lis a
proper piuilMlimeiil. Tlio fi-nsltillliv
unci ml\ iN.llitllly of Mieli n course,
however. Ih more llinii doohled l?y
ihoNe wlio lake n Itreiul mid Ntules.
manlike ? lew of the loo. In
the llrsl phiee II \toiilil, lliey lliliik,
operiile lo perpetuate hatred nnil
\\ on I il wet linck the iicecNM.-iry work
of reemisl rue; ion. phynleal anil
spiritual.
In I Ills inornlitK'M I'l in rx-!) Is pn I eli
II. I'. fiitn'jiKH, the KiikUsIi writer,
has ii eoiiNcrvntlx r iIIsi-iinsIoii of the
mutter linueil on a resnlii t Ion re
eeiitly mloptcil l?y the l.lverpool f'of
ton K.xcliniiKr, which siionshrcd n
pulley of n lioycott levelrd iiRnttiHi
t.'ermnuy for n lerni of ten venrn
nfler the cxplrntlon of the war.
hbSbSbIIbbShkj vT'.
BOLSHE VIK FACTION
CONTROLS GERMANY
Specialist Declares That Germany Has
Sufficient Supplies of Food on Hancl
I p.; \ Ut.-ti lMv.-v 1
I.OMIU.X tllritisli Wlrolr.H* Srr
vicrl. Niixi'inhrr 115.?Tin' CoIhkiip
tiii/.ctti* of Nim'inln'P HJ i??lliH?hotl nil
nrtlolo utiilor I In- cii|ili?n, ?'Vrml
stloo uml llir l-'onil Supply," >i rit ton
'?> I' llllllll'll (H'lelNlMiIcii,
nIiii iir^ut'il tlxiI then1 ronld In* no
i|Ui'?I ion of :i sluirlimo of food in
(?crmilliy, Ii ii t I Ii ii t ll hih ursoiitly
iici i .sMiri to rvillli-o rntloiis.
Tin* ?rlli-r iiiniiitninoil Hint (ior
ii> ii ii > ?*ontil lion I Willi tin- tr!in.s|i?rl
prolilfiii I ? \ roniljusliuoitt, rciliii'lim'
i lio irnitspnrt of poliitoi-s tniil vriso
lulilo- mill II ii i ii tc tbr transport
fnoilitios to fiiiiil.i of KrMlcr nutri
livr vultio in proportion to tliolr
I'tilk. lis* :t?lvoolitoil tin- UIIHr.;; of
plus in particular, (lie ntiolilioii of
tIn1 riitionlnK of Mimir.
llouliiiK ii I ili t'lo Si:irvi".t. Oi'lrlx
hiilrii i'.h 11 inn I oil tin* liri'iii! rorn liar
vosS. :i|i;irt from liurloy nml out:*, nt
not loss than IU,IM?.t,tlllll Inns nml
tin- jkiIiiiii hnrvost nt :ilionl -l".?)!!!),
Iliili tons.
Tin* ?\ri;pr poisitoii out that (<rr
iiiiiii\ must Iiiim' nn nitiiii<lnn?'<> of
MiKJif. hfi'lliisi- most of till- l.i'r
1*1*1 it muu-r hitherto Ii ii il lioon nsoil
on raw in:ilor)iil for munitions nml
(ioriniiiii now liml n suunr Imrvost
of nlioui IrMl.s,lllNI (oils, :im oompnroil
?>itli ii ponoo oonsiim p t inn of only
I(lll.liril ioiim. Ito Nil ill tin* pot.'I to
supply a I ho must In-no lit irorr: the
?not liml it no luntsor wi's nooossnry
to o\tloot spirits from potnioos for
munition purpnsos.
"i:?on nftor t Ii o Jirmistioo." Illo
writer saiil. "there Is :? tMimlniioo ?f
food in liiTuinn \ for foetlinu the
po|inlnt inn If roili:?-o llio eon
nin pi ion of ".ntiiiii Is l?.v roiltioinu
tlio stork of onttlo. It is to |K.
c\poototl lti.il ..mil prioos will Miion
lull slip r pi y. Ih.. piililio o.m oon
t r ii> ii to li> iliis mil If it will nvoiil
lionrilinu of ?i:ptilios aiiil wait f?r
o)to;ipi*r iirtees."
SMELL PEICE KIM
LIKELY TI) St WWD)
I>??!:*> in A unotiueitii; Personnel Dm;
Partly to Fuel Xuntbe!' 11ns
\?l Hern Settled.
.M.\ Y !>!?; HIT TUP.KK DKLI-K* ATKS
President Invites Ircnrli Ambassador
?Fusscrand to Tnive! Across Atlan
tic on President in) Ship?Visit to
Knuland Probable First.
I Iv i.iate.t IT ?. I
WASHINGTON. November Delay
tti tin- .iniinuiiconieni of the names ?>:'
'he Antcri'iin commissioners in the
1 .iconferetn-e :? t Versa t !)< s Is un
derstood to he attributable to two
. : ?: 1: .Irs!. that no d. ision His
I 1-,-ii-hiil as i" the nnmhei- and.
v... r,ii<l. tint all .?!' ilie persons \vh"m
he I:?1 lit has :ti mind I'm- pine.
h>\ ? iimi > ??: ii.hi an opportunity to
i signify their a . i-epianee.
1: i.< i-t-traas disir:\blc that the
tt ii in T-t ;- of tin- American commissioners!
I correspond to the nuiiilivr named by
each of the yrent entente powers, f*or
rosnondonc" by < able now is Moinir on
j tie<w<en WaphintM on and the entente
* capitals with the purpose of coming;
i T i ,i eommon understanding* on tills
I j?oi !i t
The belief obtains in some quarters
i that the size ? ?!" tin* delegation s!\ mid
! lie ven* much restricted A minimum
of .'!!? l-.w as three has licen ? ?onsbl
er?d and five seems to tneet wph s*mie
! approval. It. was said to-dav that,
alt hoiiL'h this miplr appear to be a
small force with which to undertake
she vast amount of iir.nortant business
! which is to cmo- hefor-1 the eorifer
j em-e. each delegation will lie provided
; with ?? numerous s'ulT >?f experts, c.im
hie of i! -ilini: with -my ones*ions that
mitrlt: :* rise. and that t>rob:\blv better
< nroi could lie made towards the
? ?on. leditur of tieaeo bv n limited nuni
' bee nf commissioners who mlsht be
I ?? ed i'> maintain more intimate r
lations with o- e another than would
i . possible wi>h i l'Tt'e pa'.herlnr.
In . ..mil twith the ?--?^1*0: 11 c:u::--e
for delav in s'nnonr.einn the nc'ifs of
:)?-? commissioners. it was said that
?some of those invited *>ct. particu
h't-'y th"*se of part '' a("!:atioii nopo
site 10 that of the President, scarcely
would care to accent un'U thev have
1*:?11 an opportunity* to study v-*rv
t'nl'y i|i" inst f*? *? ? '<">??< bv wb'-h 'he
?iintnils.iliH'crc wi't be stri ty bound.
\ II It \ss A !)?>?? - \ t:i?
l.n-:i:i,t to in-: tti:nmm
.. H'-ob-i bl V no one but I 're<i .
'???i| Wilson wt c.- llfe of the Iiroli
?b't> i'i>ni|ip"l'ifin of the Amerie-m
'"let"-, lion, nlt''"I'U'h i' is iaio'vti th-?t
t-irv I .atisinu nit.I Colon.' t I". M.
?Ii,will be ?n<-llil<e"? If p-eced-'t. t
i followed in the tiaioiuir of tin- dele
gates. V roba ssador Shirp. at Paris.
1 v ill be one of the number.
A mb*<sssidor .lose?rand of France,
?>tid Mr1! .iitsseraml. will accompany
President Wilson to France. The nm
tiassndor lr*s n??t had a vacation since
he r"shed back to America at the out
b-eaU of tin- Kuropean war. and he
"?ocs to join in his peonle's celebra
iir>n over v'etorv and n,-obablv t<> play
1 a "a't in the peace conference.
It been'ne known to-dav that lie had
' "i'ii invi'eil to niake the voyayre ott
the shii> 'hiii carries the pre*?iil?n t in |
??ir!?. The invjtsitioti from ?he |'--esi
dejit is regarded ?s a sp?cial tribi'te
to l-'ratiee ami ab-o as a to >r'-* of the
.esteem th.- President ent?'rtalns per
soti'il'v for 'he ambsissmlor.
A tubasstnlor .li'sserand and Mrs.
.1 n"'eiii 1;,1 to-nli>||i i{ji\o th- first t-o.
?entio'i hehl at the l-'r-oi 'h embas-sv
?ince the be?lpn|nf? of the war. The
oceiision wit the celebration of t ho
?ntrv of Marshal f-'oc.h into Strass
luivtr capital of Alsaee. at the head
? ?f I-'i ii ion-A merioan forces, and III"
"?tests included President Wilson and
*' W'lsni members of the Cnhlnet.
1! ??if,:i.t t j ? reo'-osen t a t i ves of the a 1
'i? ? ? 1 and to' "''??? I countries, and .army 1
a nd n-.i >'.? I odirors.
?I IMt: OK Vtt.JNt; NOT
> KT V N \ O | \ I'KD
AltVoimh a week or more bi? gnii"
'n v1 nee it was announced that thej
I 'r< ??ir,???i t w. old j*.o to K ti rope immedi
11e 1 v ? t the <-o|tvenintf of <'onuros'
? n-\t U'ledav. no'hinn has been known i
?on<a" ?? itu: his t?P':is. jaieh as the sail
i'li; time. ulir-t'n'i lie will lirst visit ,
l-'l in - 01 l au-1.: ml
I'i-o'o pre pa' -? | i oils beiu:..,' made in
'?I:i*-* la a.1 '..r his ta-rent ion. it is k en -
eta!b I.ef-eve.l that the President will
??o 'o I hat -??11 ti 1 f v !.< '.In S"Ver.i| ?I ,-i rs
l ef.ire .. i. inuinr. to Purls, n j.; |. nown
that 1 a I t ept'oseil I a I ive;< ,,f the
r.'ivernitii'lil have to 1 f) I hi". -
l.in.i tn a "'ntive tor his stav there.
PRESIDENT WILL TRAVEL
ON GEORGE WASHINGTON
Former (.rroian I.liter Will Itc I nim!
bv l're<iileii"t?l l*"rty on Trip
\ broad.
NKW ViMtlC. November Presi
dent Wilson, it was learned to-day.
Iii's decided io still on the tliorue
Washinp ;oti. inst end of the A?amem
r.osi. when h<- stalls for the pea
: t rence a 1 Ver>ailles.
Carpenters, upholsterers and pain-.
< rs t tai led i.i to-day to lit uji the
ileorp.- Washington for the presiden
liiil natiy and i' was rumored that ar
rangements h.-.d been made rot- a three
months' stay In Kuroposin waters. 1
was understood that the Presbb-ut and
It's party would make the llnet- the'r
head'pi:?it<Ts ilutiug' the peace confer
ence.
The fleorjrc W'ishlnirton was former
ly one of the < rack ships of the North
Herman l.loyd l.ine. ICxperts consider
I her much more seaworthy than the Ag- |
anuMiinon.
itolshovil; Prisoners ;?ik1 Many Inni
<?<'111 licfiifjrcs Starve or f'erisli
I'toni Disease.
HK1? CKOSS COKS TO ItlvSCli:
Survivors Xuinhrriiiv: 1,:W1 Reach
Xikolsk. Xejtr Vladivostok, ? >:?
Train Siv Weeks Out From Sa
mara, l-'urii|>enii Russia.
? In \ I Pi- 1
\ LAIiH nsT'iK, Katurilay, Xoveniher
-?? I la It ?i?1 l ruiii starvation anil ili.-:
. a.many ?.-voini h.'lji, I "J 1 survivor-'
out of t!??> ??riyinal total of 'J.ltiO I'.oi
slicvik !?!;.-unvrs and refugees In .<
train .son; . ros.- Siberia S>\ the Czi'cho
tiu:itin>; tn Sumaru. r.u
i iiihmii IIik.. a. hi vi- Jiiriv.ii :it NlU'.lsk.
^ aidivosto!?. The journey from
list- I'r.i 1 Mountains to ti\. I'acitie cons
occupied .six weeks.
The mtrvivuMi rencht-d Xikolsk In
forty car.-. Vim train carried t;o p;aj
\ isions. tit tin* son persons tnlHsiu^
l roin the original total. Home were shot
x.hile tryinjr to eseupc front the train,
'?tln-rs. Jost lln-ir lives t>v tlUuwUix
themselves ;io:ii Uie tar whitlows li:s
, ?-a>e. starvation ami exposure account
ed for tin- t t iiiaiatlt-r.
hen the t'/.< elm-Slovak forces rap
tured .-'am a i a t hey loaded tn- inmates
of the jails into trains indiscriminate
ly along with t ln> r.olshevik prisoners
of war. Tin* American lied t.'viss at
i?div'oitlok has rushed doctors to XI
kolsk to ai<l the arrivals, who are in a
terrible condition.
et her t ri-.inloads of human fretuh'.
in similar straits arc now on their way
? is; ward over tin- Tim ii-- --Jibc-in ?? Itail"
roan. A mo njr those reaching Xikolsk
were a dozen women who former! v
.vile nurses in the Itolshevik hospital
at Samara. Many innocent persons
were included.
There was nIrl stenographer who
had been sentenced to six days' impr:-;
onment for serving the non-i'.ol-li. vil;
' '? administration. Tlw Mnen. in
lied Cross is taking care of r.iirt of tiu
survivors in an ? improvised hospital.
These persons are depetiuent .? >!?iv
upon charity.
ELEVEN PRISONERS ESCAPE
FROM NEWPORT NEWS JAIL
Vinous I hem \\ i%rr Three Murderers
It recti 11 j Sentenced lit
Hniitf.
( t'v Ass... .1 |'ri s .
X12W I'OUT NKWS. VA? |?e , tlll.e!
? Klirven prisoners, including three
murderers. esa-aped from :)icity jail
short ly bi*foro !? oVlo.'U to-ufghi ;im(I
.'it a late hour to-ninht none of them
had been apprehended. l!y uslnt; iron
supports torn from metal eots the
prisoners succeeded in difcKlnK a hole
t hr.itir.h the concrete lloor under one
side of the "c.-tRf" in which thev were
? oitii'od. ICeachliiK the corridor, thev
used a Knife In reini/vlni? bricks from
1 '* * * j-'il wall. throui;h whl.-h the\
crawled into the yard. An eight-foot
wall proved an easy obstacle, and as i
the jail is in the heart of the city.
; lie furitives initialed with the crowd.
I he jailer was attracted to the rear of
the jail by the harkinv of a dog. and
this- undoubtedly prevented the escape
of a I"number of the remaining
fiftv-etirht prisoners-.
All of the men who escaped were
tried tit the present term of the court
'in felony chai'tres anil were awiitinvj
transportation to the State peniten
tiary. \ major it y were negroes. The
three murderers had been sentenced to
long- terms
MAURETANIA SAILS
l-'ninoits i neurit I.liter \itnln in Trans
\ I 11*??(!?? I'ti.Nscnirer Ser* lee
Hound (for New Vnrli.
1 Hv Associated !'r. - |
l.l\ KItl'noi,. November 2.V The
i "tina'd I -i n e HMmshi;. Mattii-taiii i
sailed from Liverpool tin.-': moi-n'm- i
bound for New York. The vessel car
ried a large nitmbei of pn-seitiiei-R.
I.'arl.v in the war the liner Mniirctania
was used l?v the Ik.tish liovcrtiniciit
as -,t hospital ship.
VAIL TO AID BURLESON
A tiierleati Telegraph tttid Telephone
I omtmiiy'.H ller.il Ad\i.set- to INi-d.
iiiii.strr-litMicrn!.
|li%> |*r??ss I
\V ASIIIN'i ;T< >X. Xov?M)ihor !?."?
Jj,"'e X. Vail, president of the Ainer.c.in
i ?*l??tcrai?j ami To!("?h?nio I'otupiiin !-?
to become (he personal adviser of
I'ost mast er-i ie::er:i I 15tir!cson on the
0 nani/tilion of the telephone, teh
urati'i and cable svsti ins under t n -
crnnuiit cnntiol.
~ PORTO RICO HAS "FLU"
lO.st Ituitti-d There % re (ill,una t nses o)
IHsease in lite Istaml
Territory.
! My Assni l lt?-?l l*i? s>. |
SAN' .11 AX, P."*IJ,, Xovctnbei 2" It
is estimated that there are r.n.niiti cases
of Itilliienza in Porto Itlco. Covcrnor
> auer is awititinir a report from Health
1 ?omin issioner Soler before determlnt'ii;
whether It will be nrccsaary to dot...
all pithlh; Kathvt'inK |ilaces.
Tlitio?-l)l?.i;itflt ^\ nnt \di\
are not*.Ml for pettbur the buyer or the
emp'oyee Not \oluttu) of iinswers but
' o rleht answei-H are what von want
for this kind of adverting oh otto vour
Want Ad to Kandolph 1.
Affairs of Country Under
Berlin Workmen's and
Soldiers' Council.
SPLIT BETWEEN NORTH
AND SOUTH THREATENED
Bavaria and Other Southern
States Will Unite With
Austria.
i ri>i:M>oKi r fok.ms giwhi)
IjCiMlrv nf Opoiil., Dcclai'es
T.iiii l!i? is llol
shevikistn.
A.\i >T KI: I <a ;>r. November 2.".?Ideb
knecht. the radical. ? has emerged
v ietor over Kb- r,. the moderate. in
a tin-.' - < 1: t y struggle at Berlin. As In
tin* pre\ .nil;; I'i'Vi 111| 11 ?) k i ;i ry COmbatS.
i In* ? i rn gg 1 e lii'i uei'ii t li?"? two rebel
wings lias been conipa ratively blood
j les Inn future is fraught with
i-vim yon ?I ;i i? ? ifor the radicals, now
in <?<> nj?l? ? ? ? ? power. havi; written u^on
their banner "the end justifies all
ineaus "
I in? aflairs of all (Jerinany rest, for
the m..iii. nt in tli,' hands of the BeVlin
j workmen.- and soldiers* council, which
has an pou.v from the ICbert
~<>vt?ri. in.'it t. Mi,- ?'ha ncellot and his
iniiiiMcr.'i ai ?? r.'dn.'.'il to figureheads,
simultaneously with tl?'.* spectre o?
red t.'.ror, another menace has
aris, n o.i tli,. horizon of the strife
loi.ii.i-.ini.li.. a definite split
i>,'tw.,'n N'.ith an.I South Germany
anil ooii.-o nu.'iit civil war.
>?>t Til <. !-:it >1 A \ STATICS
'A 11.1. <it> TI1CII1 I1 \V X WAY
I!- South (I.rtnan stales. Bavaria,
rnf?->'a s ai.-li foe. in. the lead. httVO
, s?"v< " an ultimatum on the Tlerliu.
government that if It is found im
poss.olt at a conference in the, capi
tal to-day to re-establish unity
throughout the land, U.->v:ir!a. \V nort
hern berg Hesse jind Baden will secede
" "in .Nor: hern ti.'rmany and form h
?, umt in v; i h?* siult's of South
(.i'1'inany with Herman-Austria.
I iu* climax of the struggle between
the- f-partacus (radical) group and the
moderates canto when a document was
signed between them which Berlin dis
patches describe ;(s an "agreement."
l-ut winch actually was the Kbcrt goV
.?riiin. tn s surrender. for in it the
moderates signed away virtually all
.heir power to th.- Berlin w>jrkmen'H
and soldiers" council, one of the clauses
provides for the ruthless combating
of every attempt at a eouutor-revofu
t ion.
Mi. first hint that plans for a couii
? V1 ' v ' are afoot comes from e'otirud
11 .hi it a ii. an American V. M. C. A.
worker, who has just arrived in Switz
erlaml after spending three years in
'"?rmany He reports that l.udendorfC
is in i.erlin foi mill); a white glial#.'*
hi:i> i.i:\iji.mi
< iKisn
l.ici.knei hi. chi-M'tain of the "redsT,"
"a. openly declared that his goal is Bol
>..e\ . kisni and nothing vise. ? t am proud
"l lielli t; a Bolshevik ism." |u. said at a
m-et.iiif in a speech violently deuoune
"u* iuad.-iiuacy of the Kbert g??v
? ?? cm, nt. w!iieh he said was driving
t i n t< rej. ',-u Hi,., methods of the Ilus
T'i'.11 -5*:.?. 'S ,:;< I MVIIIV "<? praised tllft
1, 11 s.- i. 111 Bolshevik i. saying thov had
accomplished "wonderful results"
Hose who know l.iebknecbt. or who
Ihi-'o^i i,OWti lns. stol'?y ear o'er
i l?i ?? 11 _! i the days ot autocracy, when
? " '^1 time and again to defy
.1.. m u/..{ ling laws, risking life and
-'"id finally losing the latter,'
, "" doubt that he is in dead earn
10.-i -, , 1 " .,s \'?m invrl lhe Russian
V. .. T ' '' l,,w. ?nly ones promising
he i ca l!z-.'t ion of his dream: "Rule at
Hie prole t a rial." His every action is
I i digious imitation of the llusslan
l.olshe\ lk procedure.
As a sop to the believers iu the con
> ittitional assembly, he has promised
the conv yanon of a "congress of sot
iii'is and workmen's councils." This
is exactly what tb.- Kussians did. Not
J 14"1" coiifcfro.-:-: is ::i s(*ssioii <lnc*s
he liic.i:, to allow 'le.-tifr.s to a con
stituent assembly. a;.<! as soon as such
"i -tsscinldy, on,-,. iM session, shows
^?position to the Soviet idle, it will
be d isb- nilcd as swiftly Sis was ilouo
.ii l.ussi.'.. if l.iebkii.cht has his wlij%7
I.IKKK N KCIIT \ i It'll
dii rv roit of- imh ssi.*,
i .' Vi I1 ?/"}" I1 b storic ii .my. I.ieb
1 ecln llnds h: in el: to-day iu coiiiplotd
? Inl,1',?! * ' ' ' ? *-I I 1 ?' I' li;<i
siau <heta t or. i t : i the rest of the Her
man states either openly break i it c
awa- or Hill'enlj waiting for the first
provocation to do it was Prussia's
?I Miiu.at ion and domineering interfer
eiu .- u;iii the other stares that formed
. ne ? i*t? > o s s,,
i ii(hi'i'i.tntl, ft \v<iy J'rii4-*?iu*s
s word- i'tt liny policy that led up fo
ami cnu.-ed the war. ft was Prussia,
a.w.'vs i ? hat -i Prussia, to which
i.i. o.vne 'it a: lone as a quarter of a
eel" ' 11 \ aj;o |)i>Mlte.l as the thing that
must i.e cvu. bed bst ?ic'lTiiaiiy he
Pl'^iv.'! :ii.o ..jsr.i. 'i tie cata
' " ' ' ''" am! o; oi |?,?. >riu Ub-r ing
? ot th. empire Hr: Karl Bieb
,:i- I'"' i We. .pcllable aUtOC
t- tiy.ug to build up a rule of a
di- ? ? it .i i
\. iI h the t \ ra 111 s gone, tlio f)eru>ait
'I ?' free at li,^: ,, ,d had the oi'lv
\ ei-i; ?'nice they ached for and the
masses were content to forget al.ou'
ice war and turn to the pursuits of
peace and. above all. to *he relief of
? !;.? II ' ' ' lie -liner
>.-,u 1 .ieblt necli t fries to convince
ill. : i tli.lt there is: another war to l?.j
lo'i- I 1 to- A.H' Ji ,;il|lsl til" I'OO -
r. si.. Su-li doctrine fell .?-> fori lift
-voui.d u iviiss: i. but i'l riermapv,
'? ii'- soei.ilism ),.i.s been in
.'ore.' -or more H;>n a utiarler of ti
lentu.y. and whee the ?.? ir almost
11. n? d the ???npire in o one grout soeiai
.'i- com in 'ii (' . ? \ ? nt for the ml(b
!av?;-? mi in the fi?'i<!, the preachings of
-1 w ?r have fundamentally no
"rais ti li'.-tie"
There i- i human nature (dement fi|
t he s'ruggie that t.'trmany'H red .elil^f
t tin is it t i f * ;>*,*.{ o|, against law nn<l Ov
"111 Ills \;iln|;, There .ire those wht
sav Hie mi' I"rat'-i made a str.n.-gfcal
i"lst?k" wbii they eliailnaied him
from the councils of th' r?*pi|bl(eail(l
rfovi rnm -nt. I.lehknerhl had fouKUt
PiusslaniKm and militarism when HW*.
i.n w as s:lll a harness inak?r and wh?t>
S.heldemann-obediemly bowrd to rh<?
will of Wilhoin-.BtTfcssc. When tHvtfl

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