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THE .SUNDAY
OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPATEK
FINAL
Edition
4 o'clock A. M.
VOT VIII NO 188. AH frws KKRVICM
VUIj. Ain, nv. loo. wx tiuriu.Nt' daily
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, MARCH :m, 1!U..
vii rv rw it imuk-i
i n '.rniirr. mi i'i mm
TWICE 5 CENTS
TRIAL FOR EX-KAISER IS RECOMMENDED
IgXTABILTTY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
.
FOCH IS GIVEN
DANZIG ORDERS
Supremo Council Takes Ac
tion but Nature of Instruc
tions Is Not Revealed.
FOECONTINUES PREPARATIO
London Hears Guns Are
4tountel Along Coast of
1'ort Wanted by Poles.
PARIS SEES LITTLE ALARM
Military Exports Say Ger
many Seeks to Avoid Fric
tion; Ultimatum Denied.
B. T. A"l'"l Preaa.
PAIils'. Mi li -0 - President Wil
on and the prnmfers rcinnl it ullrit;
;ihe I'fiiwll nf four gam Marshal
Korh Instructions tnduy regarding
lh ailtiaMun at I'nnslg, whom tho
(;rmn.i have refused to permit the
lanclinu of 1'iiliFh troops,;'
The nature nf the Instruction wilt
protaliiy tint ho revealed until they
am m.vlc known In (lermany.
IIMKIV I IMW
.WAV fit I I'AIIVIIOV.
LONtuiN'. March 29. In addition
tn reinforcing the garrison nt Iwnzlg,
Ibe (IrriiiHriB, according to advice
received here, are mild to bo mount
ing guns along the eust I'ruHBl.m
coast near that port.
paws Kiri HTS nr.v.
1 i.rrri.K rt si-: ion aurm.
If Th. Aascwialnl rmta.
I'AKIH. M.irrh :!. -The nyllt.iry
aituation nt I'an.lg, where n ium it
liana are under way fur the puatag'i
through I rmnn)r of thrcn l'olmh
l-lon Intended fur service with th
Poluh army. In explained hy military
fipfrta attached to tho peaon oom
mlaaion In a different manner from
th etplanatoti given In dispatches
from llrrlin.
It m said tha flurmdn purpose ap
pears to he to direct thn movement
nf Hirst troops to avoid unnecessary
ehanra nf friction or hostlln rnlll
wna with thn Herman populace In
thn reirtiin to be traversed. There
fore, while leinaiig vim named In thn
armistice km thn port of drlmrkiitkm
best adapted fur thn purpose. It la
regarded by thn mllltiiry anthorltle
u only prnpnr that thn entente rom
man.lrr should consider any propor
tion hy the Herman authorities look
in to thn use of olhnr Herman porta
l a violation of tho iirmlatlrn.
, So far at H known, nothlntr In thn
nturn of an ultimatum haa Imnn rtn.
Hvnrn.l ami it It holinvnd that thn
Imifi will Im tclllfj aatlHfactorlly
Ithnut a lirearh. i
Onn aoiin'n of dnlay ha hnnn
fouml In ffi fallurn to m-l quirk ly
thr hliiliiK ni'i nt' iry t" ronvny thn
I'nlinh I'-clmiK to Ihn tinrtiian port
"f dniiatkiiilnn. H will rniiilr 30
hlpt i,f r. ooo tona enrh and two
months' tinm to riimpl t! thn movn
inl. aii'l tn Kot lationa hatrn not hnnn
fomplntiil ,,r furnishing thla larse
tmount uf transport.
COHON FIRE CAUSES LOSS
OF $700,000 AT SUMTER
KI MTIH. S , Marrh ?9 M'-rn
than 4. .'urn halni, (,f rotton, toKvlhnr
Hit It) or li trnlght ciira on
tiant ('ran: I.ltin railroad wnra
dBKirt. I,, A firo at tho Bumtnr
t'oti'iii U ari'lioiifiu company plant
ll'r toduy. Thn Iii.sb la ratlin at rd
t tiiiin i;,oo.ooo ami 1700. nou.
The riiimn of tho Maze ,wu un
termitind. In anMitinn to thn rnttnn tha com.
Prt hpd an.l platform of t tin
arrhouan roiiipany. th railroad
fotton piutfnrm and aoveral rnra
loal.-, ,:t, fnrtuijjnr wnrr dn-JJfoV'l-
Snvnrul hrlck wiiriTioiiKeg
II1M Y!h roiton racaped damade.
About half of thn rotton wag In
tor wlih tho warrbouar rom
Pny. thn ri m.iiniinr l.elng owned by
""Wi and mnrchatita.
Engineering Company
Arrives at Murmansk
tlvVH,n',N'liTN' M"-i .-Ar.
Pan, UMh "K'nrrrtn rom
L ' Murniaiiak. Archanpfnl front,
b. ,i,! h 35 annoum-nd today
of t ' ,w.lr ''"firtinrnt. It rontitta
i' m rn ""rln '"mpany, alto or
,d toanctor, la en routa.
PALa','! " llnrrwl.
"ritSit. n J.- Marrh 39 -A"
" rrn, I f ' r-'l-n. of I'anti.l..
noun I fr"m.,t" ''"V. It wo.t nr.-
,ht ,, ,,,? ". Krh'"- " "tated
Amau , ' '1 ra',",H """"bara of
'n S'iw v??L ' 'l',,nn Worker.
,r"l of 11, ,rvlr"c x" K,n "-
hn(t a-rlkmg woolen worker?
L" . m "'''"' 'or K"i
.:.M i if Vs '''
f","'.,r,'.'r '';' '.rt th, en-
'lo " ' t trr ore .lihoul ,nT
, P"rrl.P, nu Uliu lodr'
Adr.
t
Allies Reported Asking
Hungary Reds to Resign
rZv WEATUER
. Tt'l,fM. Okla.. Mirrh 511 - M,,.nm.
(3: nnni'iiiiiri. 49, ..mh oiiidi. r,i.iiHi.
UM'ISIANA : Ktmdliv Hti-rt-MH (
fkiuilliirai. .trmrr- tlomlar fljuily, lo
nl .howrn In Wfl iwrtMH, milil Irni
pfriurn AltKANSA": Winitur anil Monitiy
rlondy, nut llinrb rliftnjt lu lejui-ta
luri
i tfff TKXAS- SVn.ta rl.Mi.lr, wl'h
lonl nhoanra M..nil4r rri-i.lv Incal
iMiwrra in rftat p-otloii. onid Ittnpcra
lurr .WKST TK.XAS: iir.l (rnnr::y
fair. ";.( kti.nrm 1.1 n.i-uS'ft-t t-.''
ti.iii; .Vtciodnr part!, rUiu'lr in iwiril.,
rn.Tinr fair in fulli iirliii,
init'-li rlianir. In ,n!M-ral ir.-
K I . A 1 1 Vt : .-nn.Uv a--1 MonHir
rkiodx . not (liU'-ll rliaiifn m tfiMiH-ra
llir.v
KANSAS- M.i.llr r!,Mr arl ,,ml
atil. nnrlll,.. .vnn.taji nil Monday;
rilff In north porti.iu ?uiiiUt.
Public to lit nu mber
Carl Undue y, Public
Benefactor and Hero
Carl l.indNi'V. 11 ynnr-old vic
tim of fimti.,.ls. who had tin,- i niir
acn to fi;ht ha. k when lin waa
told In itlvi. up h.i. iiimii y. jh ily
Irif; In a In M1 1 a
l.lntlai'V reiTiitly miiirnnd frnm
army airvlrn an.l shortly afti-rr .inl
lin mandril. 1 1 in voiiiik wit" la
ronalnnily at hla thin, waltlnit fur
thn end to r'.iin.. mm phot
throurh (ho livir ami tlm .lo.-iors
ay I hern it no hope f..r him.
riml hn risked hit life f,.r hU
rountry. Then hn rami1 homo mid
rUked bin life for lilt fellow i-nl-rinit
in hit Itome i ity.
Hit family la not one of rtmana.
Hit dentil will ' brlna; Imrdshtpa
whic h iiiu.'it bo met. And liei'li,
for him, la a mailer of only u few
diiyt.
"I rerar.l I.ln.ltey lit a hero and
a puhll.' beriefarior." til.i '. A.
lt"!, when hn rame to Tho World
.offlrn l.iKt IllKht to je,ivi lllH heek
for J 2 r to he ntnd toward raNlnir
"A t'arl I.indtny luinl!1' w litrii
will bo turnoil uver to the family
to (in lined na thn fnoiiny whieii
I'url would have farnetl If tlm
holdup tragedy bad not oeeiirred
would he uned. "I want thla to tin
a atiirter and 'I hope, othnra will
lirlng In their share," Mr. Hum
nil. I ''They own It to thn hny.
Ho didn't know t. but ho waa do
Inu morn in rid the tliy of tluiija
than tiaa been dona for a Ii.iik
time."
Thn World will bo plad to re
ceive contribution to t lift "tVirl
IJudaey Fund" established by Mr.
Itpaa.
Order la Restored
by Army in Egypt
VAKIIINHT 'N, M ir. li r(l Thn
mllltaj-y authorities iir.i,.Nlorinr or
der In Kgypt, arrordlUK to ndvlcea
frtm t'ulro l.i.loy to the Htauaidnparl -ment.
The li-adert of rfi reeertt
dlfiturbiitu'i'a have Imen taken Into
rtiMtody and will be plrneiloii trial by
mart la I law.
Two KIIImI In Mlim Arx-lrlmt
RI'ltlN'in I'.l.li. Ill , Marrh :.
Two men were Killed In a mine ex
plonlon nt Auburn near hern today.
Tho ixplo-tlon occurred In the I'an
ther friH'k mine. Two intilen wero
Alao killed. Tho dead men are: Kd
ward ftmllh, 5 1, Auburn; Harry fian
dnra, 115, 'hu1ham.
Bill Wears Two Stripes He
Got in France He's Just a
Plain Chow-Hound and Hero
HIH'B bit nnnm. w cart (Wo
rervtco ritrip.-a. lint 'cm In I'laiirn,
AIM) got g.i.sscd. Itilllota and Mluap
nnl held no terror for bim but
that kh.v - mitlung morn do.og !n
t li it treiK het. Tho ilcv.l i ii.e Ihu
commanding officer l:.il went
ttway from there. Irlfie.t down
to Isaoii'lon, l,:.ii m.l.i houiIi of
Tarus. l:i !n Willi V d l.iinl'.
ongirin tiio.-liniiic of 'lie JiLtlli aero
aipiuilron. Tried 'be air n-i urn
and went up five .: ' I'.imi
time up 1 . o ml fee! Hill and liuili
riaehe.l Tilsi a- 1 ,..'ti ) if'i'r
dav. No mole tri-t.rii fihti'ii; for
lllil.
Now lei It be ki..i:i I'lfufe go
ing further, ih.it luil m Jon! a
plain, ordinary i-Iioa - hound.
That's tin' way the New v oik
paper describe. I turn after be
got off thn triiiiHpoi; .in -oiitpanle.!
by Imli His i-ry r. . iboil ;al.s
am burned Into In iife Tln v aio
branded indeilbli -lit" h..s c:tt-
enr e. I in li;a r gh
f 11,'iirct 1 I a n I ! I
A S I anrn f.u i,: on
aido are Um leUrr
two aervtcn slni.es
Jutt above the left
Hill It mrt.lflt 1. 1 a
making no new
lilil
'el
Iff
iiniT
(led
tin
I"
l.-ir Wt'liii!.
f.lilit. !! It
n.-.ju not. no
All be wanle.l ulieo lie re i. lied
Thn World ofiiee -i.-on.p n li d "v
Ijimh, wa a ijfink of w.r.r lie
drank water w.'h au.li'. ir ilia's
the proper word.
Then Uiroli. uriinc n" Hill t
enokesni.in. told IMin k m Hi. I
being nin.lt t to a '.. u:t. i
' He netit o- er in i'i.- li il'i-
bow division The do.l,- !ii...v Im I
gave him lo loe mvs i a-, -'and- I
llll' ln-tl.le Ihe ... Mill ' " K hliil :
over w tn-n- a 'ierrii.ir l-n't'! k nt i
lha soldier down. Af'.er liaat liill I
: London Hears Demand
i la Sent to Soviet
I Government.
'LOOTING IN BUDAPEST
I American Mission Cots
Reports of Disorder
at Capital.
c m
DEMOBILIZATION CONTINUES
General March Savs Our
Plans Not Halted
hy Uprisings.
I,'Nt. March :t Tlm nln
hnvo demandnd Din rnflirnjilloii of
Iba HntiKiirlan avlet novnnTniehr?
according K' dlnpatetutt to thn i:
chiinitn 'PMiSrf n'ph rompanr, oy way
of lltri.n and ('openhntren. They
demand the election of a nu'.lon il aa
aombly tinder thn auperviKi in of nl
lled troopa
I'orelcn Mlntater It.-I i Knn bat
ItNiied a deeree eiieiultn tin pm
terlion i.f thn 'lliim.'iii-lao ,.iv i-l re.
pillilii-" to the foreign military Mls
rloim In llii'lnpf'Nt, a I ! ;nm irlnt,
wlrelnas ilieiwiii'li tnreivist hern to
day Hiiva. Ttie mlFtiori'i will be per
mitted to fly flntra of their retnis-l Ivo
rountrlon oyer thi-tr lieai'iuo'lora.
Disfmin ns mi'oifn it
tit i ititivi; i in iri.sr.
Itr tt 'anlttr.j prfna
I'AltlS. M.n-.-h --Tli.' Afer-r.can
com in Iwioil reci'I'-e.l lod'erllv to-
nln-ht a rtlapntrh from lliidiipnut re
porting aerioua diaordurt tb.'rn, wi'll
thn looting of ahopt, thn conflK-'a-tlon
of, pvnaonal property and thf.
Bolr.urn of much rllver plal.t hr
longing to the wealthier rltttaea.
niiomi.izxTioN not
OTOPI'll) ItV K l-TNTS.
WAHIIIMITON. March Un
cent eventa In llunira-v, (iennial
March annotrnend today, hai-n re
united In no clinngo In thn irlll'ary
pulley of thn t'nited H'i'-4 to fir
ajfthn war department hat been a I
ylexst. Itotnrn of troopa from France
la proceeding even fatter than
Bohe.liilediiOrlKtnallv, he eald. and
no'tili'iT had occurred to lnter'ere
wCh thla movement.
Troop movnmrntt liomewird ft i r -
Ing tho month of March, Oereral
March Mid, aggregator! 244. HC,
arnloat no enMmntn previoualy made
for Manh of ;O0,nO(l.
Mil-rest In I'nrttilng. -j'
WASIIIMITUN, .March .'.- -The
rrrtnrt of thn firxt I.21H catet dls
al.lcl tol.llera apliroved for retrain
ing by the federal board for voca
tional education rhnwa that 54', re
Incie.l agrli'tiltural training In aomn
nf lit vnrloua brnnchna nnd apnclall
rallona thn board nntiotinen.l today.
Thean oomparn alini.nt Idnntlcallr
wlih thn aelectlon In commerce, In
rtiia'rloa, tradea and profettlon.t and
Indicate a growing Interett In agri
culture on the part of illanl.le.l men.
It wan atated.
wuuldn't tako up wnh anvbrsly.
He Just Wan. Ice, I along (he huo
and the bin of the I l.iin tw fed
him. Nome didn't mare him but
onn day he gfii gaaaed. The doi--tora
worked on him nnd pulled
bim out i.T It but he wi ildn t go
up front any morn
'Then 'hn ciawie,! Inlo a bin
car and got to Cm is Then a mo
tor truck brought lnni to l-s onion
where I got linn f i ..in the dough
boy who bioniriii li.n i.yir. Tho
doiiirhtioy rjidn t I. now iniMhlrig
alu.iii Inn hiMory b. f...c his masier
aa kiilej I, ut Me sail In- wan the
llal.llbr.lv ilulMl. ill's, in. mo. t. lied
go wherever hit in.itui,- went and
hn could Inll a tlerinaii by ihe
eincll. Hi? didn't Ilkii em. I took
him up In an a i platie one day. Wo
went IS, nou feel and bo wanted
to go again. T o.k him up five
limes !u all and -I," wame.i to go
'fieri, i-. think he ihought Im
Was going lo get ieii wrh tftn
t . rim na grime way, for killing hit
In.ieler
"We Intnl. -1 in New York Mi'i-h
7 a ll I I wis iiiiieleied on' Wn
come i. ut this nay 111 a tromi (nun
and I'.iK ha, a ..w-r Lei li ail lo
buns. -If. The nniv time I in had
lo pay any fare for hrin waa be
tween hern ami l.ittle Hoik Tliey
eoake.l ni" I.' for checking b in
i it lliil a going lo g- i- with
run "
lioh hut been in iv-i-n-n 1.1
motitha lint glad to b home
i.iralii. Hn sai l Hill, p, ,i, . n.-t
wai wan alto glad to be p. i-
Tli liil a liloht futnoiiH .1"' .s icl
biw and white You'll hi.. b.m
when ion gen ,;m lies a b.-'o
l.iinl'. h:.t n-w 'iiiis'.-i, u in"...--i
too. Mo dnisfi nity anvMi.ng
aboal Llrnself. Ji'g all about 1I.IL
TENSION IS HIGH
. ASSOLONSQUIT
Kistic .Fncoiiiitcrx Near When
Lcpislatiire Winds I'p at
Oklahoma "itv.
PASS APPROPRIATION BILLS
Measures Carrying lietwcen
Four and Five Nillimi Dol
lars Hushed Through.
GET-AWAY CEREMONIES HELD
Gifts Presented Presidini? ()f
fieers; Much Detail Holds -Attention.
OKI.AII' iM CITY, i kla . Maich
;9 Afier up propria! Ion meatmen
currying bi-ieen 14,000,(1111) an. I
r.,uoo, nail bad l'rn ruthed through
In eleveiilli hour fashion. both
brain het of th.- seventh nl,lnhom.i
legii-hitui wire siiil working nt ID
o'cloi k I'mi-hIiI in hope of ipilulng
at loi.lmghl. '
Mi-nrcs i.f oilier ninasiiint, Inclinl
Ing a few n ppropi la', ion Inlla, died
un Ilin luii-iidas or in rommlileeg
The geiiei.il uppi upi'iai lou bill,
ratrying iniiie than ll.iiuil.liiin for
(he mitiiitenaii.'e nf the nrvciiai alum
l . p.i r 1 1 1 1 1-ri t is ami InstltiKloiin, and I No
bill apl'i .-printing nearly lllliil.miu for
the aiipport of ihe giaie gaum d"-pai-t
mem, including fish hndhnriet
and game preservi h, were ammig thn
bills pn.-o.cil HirouKh at thn laat min
ute Tvimlon It High.
Tlm usual confusion utn ndlng thn
dvlng bouiM of a teaniou muuifi-ajnit
Itself rail In 'lie il.iy it ii i In the
houiio teiilinn between membera lit
timet bordered on the breaking
point. It wua Willi noiio- difrtcill!)
(hut ihe gergminl ul rni main-'ruliiud
older iisd pieyented encoTiiiicra.
Many of thn I. lilt pasted at thn
laat moment were put through un
applied roll rails.
The att day of thn anttlon. which
proved to hn tho moat turbulent of
nil, waa duvoted primarily tn the'
disposition of detail woik and thn
ciiMlnmary "get-away'' crremonlea
Thn hoiiMO ronflned Ha aotivulea to
action on the gi-nain bilig and con
ferelicn reporlt, Thn gctiate devoted
a laign ott of Its tlmn to thn ctlt
lomai v ''get-a w n " cernmon lea, n
I'OVTIM III HM PAtlK HK.Y KH
I lave All Bundles
of Clothing Ready
at 2 P.M. Today
Ham your fiumllri rendy by 3
o'rl.s k this afti-rniMin.
I'linf It on lim front Hrrli
where It -nn bf OAfdlf w-oti fmni
tho atntt.
Warm i Intlilng for mm, wimtni
ami cblldmi milisl.
Ilnby i-lollii-n or niaf -rial from
wbbii lathy rlullilug can In- inatlo
am wnntcil rMxrliUly.
- a
Thla In t lie) day when Tulam
ngnln eilendt her aid lo the war
iufferera oicrteaa ' j
lint II Is to be an 'ii'V tank
for Tulna ! extend tltt a.. I, for
wlih th rlntn of winter no hard
gill Pa are Imposed, no sacrifices
iihiie.l, rince ll it' heavy winter
rlollnng tint It needed to afford
the d'-al red relief
Tho KolarlaiiH are prepared to
gather up tlmtn bundles of cloth
ing today. The list of: rtice
which are needed moat by thn peo
ple oyer thnrn includes rimes, noil
hats, caps, bed qilllt.s, (.hneft, pillow
cges. skirts. unil.-lcloMn , to. kt
and giorkir its
At Ion lui-i tolleriion n number
of useless 'articles wnrn luriu-.l lu
Thla Inrretses the i ,.st of hiimlllmi
tieeniise thn fro.fhl must In- paid
on the-ie utn iNs arlirlns Ju' the
name im on the clo-hlug and i.ee(.
e iirlliies lion't send Ci'ii-y
dresses, s:'iw or .lerby hai", tnii-
brell IH, liiot' resses, rugs, r.o. ks,
neckties pillows, '-rockery nt food
ntuffv That simple meHns more
work at Ihe roe. -tion point and
a Ions of money.
Hay your .iin.a re-nly ,g.
foro-2 o -li. i k this afternoon
HIAH
Dr. Krchs
T
Y.M.C.A.
4 P. M.
Ilila iifierntwm.
SI IW I "'!':
"The
Mastery of
Je.us"
Admlniwlon f rw
aKBaawk
Tulsa World Rcportcrto Fly
Over City and W rile Experience
n : s
1 .la-iit.. . T. t auipliell talHivr) anil
MIsm soda SupiK'n (It-low) who aro
lo iniiko I mo iihll.ltlon fliglita otrr
TiilKaa Monilay ami Tiiorsluy no Unit
MIhh hupK mil toll you Urst luiml
what your nvfwalliiiM will Im wlinn
you alaiiulon )iuir uiiionwibllo for
)our aiipluiic.
Mlaa Hofia Hnppet, re-porter for
Thn Tulsa Pally World and roar
hc nt the alaff of Tho U or Ida oil
deparimrnt, will pariiclpale In two I
cilillililon airplane fllglila over th
cliy of Tulsa. Monday and Tuesday 1
afternoons, lu a machine piloted by
W. T. Campbell, chief Inslruclor at j
Tulau'a new aviation school and nec- ,
reiar -1 rensiii er of tho Cuiilt houth
wett All piano company. The aehed
uln it an!. led, i.f couite, lo revlalun
by I he w.-ai ln r ma n.
Misn Su .es will write of hep ex
perienren lor The U tirld. Hie w ill j
le Woild ells illinrg just how It:
fecit
a nil
lo
fl.p
e a ' i apped lu an an ship
,. i n bout In (he 01 unit- i
i i I iclt w lint ghe Ihlnkg
nipt. ell as mi aviator and
plllle
of M,. i
aviation a--ii
i, I ,i,.l I..
height i.f .,
a I. islnent, not a ba
w Tulsa lookt friuii a
, HI II feel. MlNg Huppea It
a i Her and fully ' iipabln
r e.l -t to t hn oct aftion.
her articles and a apeclal
U llll' nle.l
of doti.g '
vs.ii.-h f i
aeries i.f I
I picture.
Mi. ,--iiii" and Mr Campbell will
lenie i'..- a-.-iilion field east of Knn
da. I . i. -t. ..I 3 u nlock Monday
His I I I Hi OS PAUK TWO.
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TELEGRAPH CHARGES
RAISED 20 PER CENT
lui i-can-s Arc Aniiiuiniisl on tlor
cciinii nt ami iMiiini ri lul Itual-iit-iM
l.ffixilac April I.
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... .f j'l per cent in domettf
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ii 1 toilay by cm-tm.ia:er (en-
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e iti. n ii. was tigiee.l niion a(
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an.l w .s Ina
vjiVri MK M v. Mr. Hurl
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19
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ft
Commission Favors
Tribunal to Judge All
Guilty of War.
WORK FOR DOCTRINE
Amendment for Monroe
Creed It Submitted to
Council of Four.
FORM WAS OBJECTED ' TO
General Term Included
Other Policiea and
Caused Delay.
GENEVA LIKELY CAPITAL
Swiss City It Regarded
Probable Selection for
1 World League.
PARIH, Maroh SO M a. m.)
Tlm ciimmlaalon on reapnnalbllltf
for the wnr lina decided: Klrat, ol
nmnly to condemn thn violation of
tiniftrallty and all tlin rrlmna mm-
mined hy thn rehlral mplrr!
second, thn appointment of an In
ternational tribunal to Judg all
Ihoan retioualbln, Including th
former Herman emperor.
Thn rommltslnn ha held I la laat
Planting and submlttnd Ha raport
fp thn geneanl eonfnrarioa.
MOMtOK IMHTKIWR
AMI'.MMi:T I'P.
I'AIIIH, March tt . Tha Amnriran
Monron d oct r Inn amendment to lha
oovnnont of tba leanun nf nMlnna, It
la understood, ha hann auhmlttad to
thn rouncll of four for final fletnrml
nutlon aa to tha notiraa to ba adoptatl
concerning It.
When thn amnndmant cama op at
th last meetltifc of tha leatin of
nation commlaalnn, an iinagpaotad
obstacle arose whlrh rwuaed action
on It to Im drfnrreil. Thla waa not
but inn form of tha amendment
ngnlnst thn Monron doctrine ltef,
which la so rnneral In lla terma that
It might Incltnln other doctrlnea, to
which strong objection preAlled
among ome of the Itrltlsh domin
ions. As ofinfrrenen failed tn (11a
rlosn means of removing the obsta
cle, the amendment wa finally re
ferred to the pretnlnra nnd the pres
ident, at Ihn coitt-t of laat resort
To l)o-lili Itrisaratlon.
After most of thn day In confer
ence wlih the threa premiers, I'real
.1....1 u'ii.,,n 11. in afternoon (pent
S'.tno time In a illacuaalnn wlih
Tbomits Ijimont mid Norman Tlavla,
ninmlinrs of tlm supreme economic
council and thn flnitnclo,! adviser
of Ihn American delegation, regard
ing reparations Heveral formula
nrn tinder consldnrnt Ion and such
progress has been made as to Justify
the etpectallnn that till auhtect will
be finally rtlsigised of on Tuesday
or Wednesday f the enatJng wfak.
Thn council of four lina ttlso tlvnn
frnnli consldnratlon to thn qunttlon
,,f Ihn fsnnr vnlli-v. and It It bernvnd
that the council Ins virtually anttled
upon a plnn to permit tlnrmanv to
retain political sovernlgnly. -whll
I in n re will be given economic con
trol of Ihn mineral resources In that
end Ion for n limited time, supposedly
himed upon a time allowance for th
settlement "f Indemnity.
May Ki-ltsif (icncia.
Tt .It understood that the rommlt
len having tn rbnrgn thn elneton
of tlm official sent of thn lnngim of
iialiont has reached definite decision
In favor of C.ennvn
Ima-els The Htmin Ttomn and
X(iiNI'N rn "V PA! Xr.VR
lingered until ynrtrrdny afternoon.
Sin- never knew of thn receipt of
the letter Which brought ttlll linw
t iiii her H 1 1 -1 ut wag still allv.
The body will l.n taken to her for
mer home in Knit." for burial.
Ilri.wn enlisted lu the army over
11 war and a half ago In Kansrul
I'd-, a. 'or. ling to frliindt of Mr.
I'-r-own ben- Af'er hn enlls'nd she
i. Ciie tn Tu'.mi nnd en!-iiin, em
.l.i ment un, bad lived hem ever
nine.
ay
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36TH WINS ARMY
UNIT DESIGNATION
i Oklnhcrma nnd Texas Guards
men's Name and Insignia
Kept in Reorganization.
MARCH TELLS NEW PLANS
Forms Peace-Time Forte on
Basis of 509,000 Officers
and Men.
PRESERVE WAR TRADITIONS
Names of Divisions With Bril
liant Records Retained; -14
Thus Honored.
WASHINGTON, March II Or
el nr made putitla today by Onnaral
Maroh, chief of ataff, prorld for tha
onranlaation of lha regular j-my at a
paaoa atranarth of 101,400 offloera
and man andng- flan that ar a raaM
ral departtira from tha pre-irar aatU
mate. Tha effect U to carry- Into tha) -paaca-tlma
eatlmata tha "on -army"
onranlaation which abaorbed tha
regular, national guard and national
army during tha war, Into tha array
of tha United states. Thla l ao
rnmpllahed by-w parpafoattoa la tha
eetahllahmant of tha nnm erica,! daa
Ifnationa, name, apaclal inlni,
war hlatoriea and tradlttona, and
where poenlbta,' tha oommlaaioaad
pereonnnl of tha dlvlalona, rnadmenta
and other unit which hare particu
larly brilliant reoorda, Thla protaot
la furthered hy eestgnlnr to aaeh of
th t regular dlvlatons to ba organ
(red, tha number and approxlmatntT
tha sn-me homo area aa on af lha
war dlTlaiona Tha new dtvtatoa tn
each rasa will ba raorultad ael-1
Irety from that area, which tt aa
adaptation of tha ayatam long
ployed in eontlnental arm lea,
aid ! Oayialrr Mloav,
. A feature of tha elan to tha ai
ment of tha 4)td dlylalon, whloa will
succeed tha faraou Rainbow dtyleVin
nf war-time, to become tha cavalry
dlrialoo of Hia new army. It will be)
recruited from all part a of tha aonn.
iry a will ba tha eevan regular di
vision retained and which aro ROW
Karl of tha army of oemimMlon.
ach of tho aayen Itaarutar dlviafona
now In Franca alao la ata"nd to a
home camp aa a permanent baaw and
will ha Bent to that camp when with.
drawn from Ruropo,
Pend'ng further rd1atlon, tha
plan being followed nail for tha or
ganization of one field army of five
corps The first and aeoond eorpa
ajrrrmpisnd of tha first to eeventh
division, now oversea , and tha oth
er will be formed at home when J -new
nlvlalnne have been eraated. Th
peai-e strength basl of an Infantry
division to which these unit a will ha
rncrulted. Is 10. mi offloera and men.
The 4Id, tha raamlry dlvtelnrt. WW
have a peace atrenrth or tl.lTV
Would Ilntaln OffVatra.
On prelect still under dasiuaaloll
tn connection with thn looarbmrjoa of
the division la that offwHnsr to ofTV-
eers of the war-time division) eom-
mlsnlons In Jm new ret-nlar onlta.
Tht would enable tha war depart
ment to take Intn tha regular eervtea
some general officers nf nattona.1
guard origin, tt I understood, to
command iihetanttn!!y th same.
units they commanded in Franca, in
ihn rase of the New York division, to)
be located at f'amp t'nton. It la proh-
able that Major Onn. John f.
OTtyan, who commanded the ITth
dlvtalon. will hn offered command t
r0!tTlt(t::r OK FAO BETKS
OFFICERS OF 27TH NOT.
ANXIOUS FOR ARMY DUTY
NKW TOmC March II Few of-
flrera of thn 17th division would
accept crmimlsatona In the reerular
army undnr the reorgmnlgallon plaa
announced today by General Marrh.
l.leul. Col. J. Iiiwlla Klncald, divi
sional Judge advocate, asserted hara
tonight.
"I cannot speak for Oeneral
O'Hran," Colonel Klncnld amid, "but
1 can any for nearjy every officer It
thn division that hn would not desire
a mmmlgaton in the regular army.
"This sentiment wa ri pressed
both In France and tha United State
wncn our return, n response to ques
tlonnalre Issued by the wnr depart
ment Inquiring whether the offloera
preferred to become members of ths
regular armv or members of the re
serve, or retire altogether. Most
of Ihem staled that their dtj not ds
stfe regular army berths.
iienrr.il ri'ltyan could not be
reached tonight.

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