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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 13, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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by announcing brutally, "If you dis
cuss that, you are shot. You are tolo
to fight and you obey orders, or die.
There is no right or wrong about it.
If I were German I should fight for
the kaiser!"
It isn't pleasant traveling on ocean
liners nowadays.
Upon landing at Bordeaux the pro
fessor was denounced as a German
spy, a member of the French cham
ber of deputies rushed out wildly pro
claiming that the denouncer was a
deserter from the French army, and
it all finished with the accuser being
led away as a deserter. He probably
is shot by this time.
Coming into Paris late that even
ing, not the old brilliant Paris where
r had studied art, but the black, dis
mal, anti-Zeppelin Paris with lights
out, I groped my way toa restaurant.
"Too late," the waiter told me. They
had but one itef left on the bill of
fare, some very nice frankfurters and.
sauerkraut. So I sat in the Pans
restaurant over frankfurters and
sauerkraut and beer and listened to
a mild little Frenchman explain that
the diflerences of taste between his
race and the Germans were irrecon
cilable and must be fought out to the
death.
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The social climber would even try
to make his way up an icy stare.
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He Would Answer; "I Am Strong." I Replied: "So Am I."
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