DENIER ^ESPO^SIBILiTX .?
German Cfxmrn i&pon iSays-: 'Russia j
if C;.sSPa wVift^y: ? ' ,
Berlin, June 5.?<Prof. Hans Di'l
brueck. Gen. Count Maxe Morrtgeles
and Prof. Weber, 'German experts
at Versailles, have drawn up a Ion?
memorandum on the question of re
sponsibility for the war which will be
presented as a reply to the Entente
commission's report on the subject.
The memorandum argues the neces
sity cf submitting: the question to an
impartial commission for investiga
tion and denies there was any secret
plot between Berlin and Vienna to
destroy Serbia. Tt says that the Ger
man Government could not accept the
efforts of Sir Edward Grey, the Brit
ish Secretary of Foreign Affairs, in
1914, who offered to mediate, because
it doubted his powers to check the
warlike aspirations of Russia. Em
peror Nicholas' proposal to refer the
dispute to The Ilatriie also failed, ii
is said, because on the same day that
the proposal was made the mobiliza
tion of 13 army corps was ordered.
Russia'? imperialist policy, the mem>
orahdum argues, made war with Ger
many inevitable. It says that Ger
many's war against France was one i
of defense and admits thai Germany"*
naval policy was of such a nature as
to arouse the distrust of England
EXPLOSION IN AUTO
Machine Wrecked?No Trace of The
Occupants Can he Found.
Chicago, .Tunc* 5.?Police and Gov
ernment agents art investigating a
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;|tre<|fc iafly ^HUrday ffrojfiny#
$h:cfoa large* ft,;;tomo^.^ w,as TOP&ck-^
j|Ll. 'j$reef gt&ks of* JyMmire ?.ml -54?
fee: of fuse were fr. r.d in a vacant
lot within several hundred feet of
the wrecked motor t-r. No trace of
t'-e aecupants of the car could be
The pclliseMeciarsd that the "license
tag on the cnr Sac] been issued to
Cornelius T. Shea, former preside:;",
of the Chicago *s' Union an'l
prominent fn I.rganirjd labor circles
IQ years ago. She js being sought by
SEEKING t:. S. PARTNERSHIP
Germany Would indi'ee America To
Aid In K'.-haliilitating Country's
There seems to be a widespread dc-!
mand on the part of Germans that, j
efforts he made to induce America j
to enter into a sort of limited alliance
with Germany or take a protectorate
ever this country, giving Germany
financial aid ami protection and tak
ing in return the lion's share of the
activities. This sentiment, which first!
nude its appearance last Deccmh?i
appears to have become stronger very
Privy Councilor Bergman, former
ly a partner in the German Edison
companies and one of the largest
electrical magnates here, suggests a
German-American partnership with |
America the senior and controlling
The Citizens National Bank
King and St. Asaph Streets
Deposits April 28, 1909, $ 670,835.61
Deposits June 30, 1914, $ 977,228.47
Deposits May 12, 1919, / $1,903,312.27
The same distinctive, personal service that has
beeli such a factor in our growth, is accorded every
customer. You are cordially invited to grow with
ALEXANDRIA'S MOST PROGRESSIVE BANK
TREATY IN WASHINGTON
naa for vardsd ihem i.o J okyo, and ;
was assumed than ihe lext "had bt-en j
received by other Embassies here.
Copies ' Received by Courier From
1'aris | State Department officials said
JVashingtcr., June 5.?Copies of yesterday that in addition to the
the peace treaty with Germany have ! cabled text received at the Depart
reached Washington by courier, sup- | mcnt. the financial and reparation
pkmenting the cabled text received ' sections had been supplied to the
at the State Department several ! alien property custodian and other
weeks atro. Copies have been sup- : Government bureaus sometime a^c
plied to the Japanese Embassy.'which ' for their information and guidance.
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MESSAGE FOR THE PUBLIC
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Never were the people?the buying
public?more ready and able to buy '
than they are to-day.
There is no scarcity of money. The
purchasing power in America to-day
is greater than in all history. The field
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Advertising is the certain, quick, and
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When you put the power of adver
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mies back of your own business, you
are also spreading the spirit of optim
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The U. S. Department of Labor urges
all progressive merchants and manu
facturers?in fact, all who have any
thing to sell?to advertise now and take
advantage of the great market which
exists at this time.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
W. B. WILSON, Secretary
ROGER W. BARSON,
Director General. Information and Education Service.
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Ladies Panama and Straw Hats - $2.49 and up
Ladies House Dresses S9c and up
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