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G. G. p. -peacf; RIDING TO FALL, DEMOCRATS SAY Will Be Unable to Pass Reso lution Over Wilson’s Veto, Leaders Declare. MASSED FOR ATTACK WASHINGTON. April 2.—Republican leaders in congress will not be able < muster enough votes to pass tlielr nMtre resolution over a veto of the president, leading house democrats de lared today after a eanvass. Both Champ Clark. Missouri, derno ratle floor leader, and Representnti-e flood. Virginia, ranking minority mem br of the foreign affairs committee, stated it would be impossible for the republicans to force the resolntion hrough by a two-thirds majority neces nry to ove-rlde a veto. WILSON PEfIA RES HE’LL VETO MEASURE. President Wilson has Indicated to close advisers that he will not sign the reso lution, which, if democratic predictions as to the house rote are trne, means that a legal peace will not come until the senate and the president have agreed on some kind of a treaty. This, in ail probability, will not be until after the elections unless the pres! dent and senate com prom Is-* on reser vations. Democrats are massing th-Ir forces fur an attack on the resolution when it comes up in the house. Pressure is being exerted by admin istration leaders outside congress. Homer S. Cummings, chairman of the democratic national committee, is ex pected to confer with house leaders dur ing the next few days and urge them to ->tnnd by the president. SEE ISSTK IN CAMPAIGN. Determination of democratic party leaders to use the republican peace res olution against its authors as campaign material was evidenced, democrats said, by the statement of Homer Cummings with regard to the resolution. Cummings, who said he had ‘‘no diffi- Askin £ Marine Cos. Do 127 West Washington. N. H. Leibson. Mgr. A Real Easter Treat Here is a special lot of unusual values offered just when the Easter season makes good clothes most necessary. Most mer chants are charging full prices at this time. Our crowded condi tion, due to the delay in making enlargements, forces us to give - unusual values in order to make way for stocks expected in from day to day. A Large Lot of Ladies’ Suits Ml T\2 There is such great diversity in fabric, color, pat- (f 6 11/ fern anfl es '^ n tliat ’ s practically impossible jK •T| wAWSW' ill to describe them here. Practically every wanted t AA'\Vjf >\ 'lk \\\W ffif variety of suit is in the assortment, and the 11 values are far above those of any suits we have A seen selling at anything like the price. iHHH Beautiful Bags tO lOal/O leather sport styles. € Just the thing to make the Raster suit more effective. Beautiful MM J • bags in silk, beaded and novelty T ANARUS,. y n u ff SPRING SUITS ihmgs You Ought Fine Blouses %. a <TX %/Z IT to Know About $q m *4O. :td Us 0.45 ’ . . Exquisite waists of georgette and ~ a Tra ffe We know of no store that u ren- crepe. Dainty colors, alluringly dermg a more vital service to the decorated. Many originally made community. for o\et thirty years to sell as high as S2O. Just what Not a few suits selected to sell at a price, the Askm & Marine Company has you need to complete the Easter but a big assortment, of unusual values conducted its stores on the idea that costume and set off the style of * at each of the popular prices. All the people should be given high quality your spring outfit. most desirable new spring models arc at reasonable prices and >e per- ; included, single and double breasted, mitted to pay as they earn. But we do not do the old-fashioned type of credit business. Our methods —like O 9 O _• Q •*. our merchandise—are clean and up IjOVS DDling jllltS •' P 1 to date. The local store has been J r ° • IViCfl 1 OOCOoLLS operating for 15 years—and has ex- Si A II O CA $1 C * panded faster, than the city has I|| Ixill'll d* ■■Hrs and jm | WEBBS grown. Thousands of people look to Xw Xh* v V X*/ J> / | us for their clothes. Many of these # j| §5 C*llU, C@^ customers have been our patrons p Stylish enough to wear for dress ever since we opened for business 1 f U P strong enough to stand the . in Indianapolis I 1 hardest knocks of school time and Smart, snappy coats for the interval j play time. Our store is famous between winter and summer. Many I for its values in boys’ clothes and are waterproof, yet can not be told r r> / these suits are worthy of our from ordinary topcoats. All are in the JUSt IxCCCIVCCi reputation. latest spring designs. • A Shipment of Ladies * Spring Wraps A A/f A T)1\TI? f\ IVldVs Felt Ha.tS $ ?4- 75 *R2 S0 AsS&IN VJJ. $3 qcksksm $4 95 ET OtL 127 West Washington, N.H. Leibson. Mgr. of ~g h feU . X T \ Dead Man Inside There is a large yellow house out on East Washington street. On one side there is a sort of pas sage way to an alley. A youth passing hy was startled to see a corpse lying on a slab Inside. “There's a dead man in that house,” he told a passerby, as he rushed into the street. “Tes, and there are lots more of 'em," said the passerby—“lt’s an un dertaking shop." culty” finding out what President Wil son thought about things, declared the peace resolution was the "lowest ebb of moral incapacity to which republican leadership has yet sunk." BRITISH LEADERS DISCREETLY SILENT LONDON. April 2.—The allies bare adopted a policy of waiting, toward the t NEVER GRIPE OR SICKEN “Cascarets” act on Liver and Bowels without Griping or Shaking you up —So Convenient! You wake up with your Head Clear, Complexion Rosy, Breath and Stomach Sweet—No Biliousness, Headache or Constipation. movement In the American congress to declare peace with Germany by procla mation instead of ratifying the treatj; of Versailles. Prominent allied statesmen were asked for opinions as to possible results on European affairs if the United States should enter into a separate peace with Germany, but they were reluctant to dla cuss It. They made it plain that comment upon American affairs at this time might be construed as “interference." That Is an accusation that all are anx ious to avoid. LLOYD GEORGE VERY CAUTIOUS. Premier Lloyd George was so cautious he would not even explain why he re fused to give the Interview. Former Premier H. 11. Asquith was equally uncommunicative. An Indication of the viewpoint of the allied statement was contained in a brief statement from Premier Lloyd : George’s secretary, who said: "A separate peace between the United States and Germany undoubtedly would INDIANA DAILY TlMlSfis Jf KIDAY, APRIL 2,192 U. be a very serious matter which would bo gravely considered.’ AND 80 ON DOWN THE LINE. Sir Auckland Geddes, new British am bassador to the United States, was un able to give an opinion because of his delicate diplomatic position. A. Bonar Law, a member of the Brit ish peace delegation, was absolutely ret icent. The course of the peace debate in the United States senate has been followed “A Good Place to Buy Everything” Hurst Bldg. Penn. & Ga. Sts. COMPLETE DEPARTMENTS OF Shoes Groceries Gents’ Furnishings Paint Dry Goods Auto Accessories Stoves Furniture Electric Supplies Rugs Hardware Implements Tires Roofing Harness STANDARD QUALITY. REDUCED PRICES. You Are Always Welcome. HURST & CO. closely In official circles and this in terest has been Intensified by the reso lution Introduced In the American house of representatives Wednesday for peace by proclamation. MINE MEETING IN AUGUST. To stimulate the safety movement among mines and metallurgical plants, the bureau of mines will hold a national first aid and mine rescue contest at Denver, Col., Aug. 20-21. 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