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Hi 2 THE OGDEN STANDARD: QGDEN, UTAH, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1918. BSaBBm 1
IWEWSPflPERS TO BE GIVEN FACILITIES FOR M PEACE HNS! : WASHINGTON, Nov. 30. Postmas ter General Burleson todny Issued this statement: "An understanding bas been had wih those who have the immediate di rection of the trans-Atlantic cable khj service that every facility, common- IrV stirate with its importance, will be giv- M e"n the news associations and roproscn- f tatives of individual newspapers for I Handling press matter during the pe- M riod of the peace conference, fit "No discrimination will be permit- Ef ted and press matter at press rates II will, where possible to do so, not be i II shunted aside but handled promptly so Jj as not to impair its value as news." I Says Scourge of Spanish Influenza May Leave Wrecked Health . For Many of Our People. Recommends Special Tonic to Overcome Ill-Effects. Medical authorities agree that the, after effects of Spanish influenza and even the ordinary "grip" orten leaves, that patient in a more or less degree weakened In one or more of the vital organs such as the lungs, heart, stom ach, liver or kidneys. Pneumonia, chronic bronchitis and tuberculosis find fertile soil in the weakened lungs. Bright's disease, diabetes, apoplexy, cystitis, etc., often come in later to claim the convalescent patient. Dyspepsia, weakness, nervousness, malnutrition and kindred ailments are Ichown to be more prevalent after an epidemic of La Grippe. Liver and bowel disorders, too, are inclined to further delay the return of perfect health. In fact, weeks and months may elapse before complete good health re turns to the victims of this dread mal- ady. It Is the part of wisdom not to dispense with your physician's services too soon, for in time he will usually advise a good tonic upbuilding medi cine that will aid in restoring vigor i ous digestion and full nutrition. Physl , cians and the public universally recog- nize the safe, sane, rejuvenating power ! that lies in the bltter'herbs and barks, such as Calasaya bark, Palmetto root, Damlana, Nux Vomica, and also in Iron Peptonate and Phosphide. These ! drugs represent the main constituents of three grain Cadomene Tablets and as the formula is printed on the label any person shroulll feel that there is no secret dope or nostrum, but a gen 1 uine beneficial tonic, and. such it has proven to thousads, both old and i young. Elderly folks especially find permanent strength and improved vi tality very quickly. Digestion improves, appetite returns, restful sleep follows J and soon a strong vigorous body and a I harmonious nervous system rewards j the convalescent. All good druggists I supply Cadomene Tablets in sealed f tubes with full directions. Show the i package to your physician -who should at once recognize the noted formula ft of a' specialist. Advertisement. WAR CASUALTIES jl Killed in action 295 H j Died of wounds 125 Is J Died of accident and other causes 7 l Died of airplane accident ....... -1 M Died of disease 105 H Wounded severely G5 j B Wounded (degree undetermined) . 07 1 1 Wounded slightly 98 M t Missing in action 293 I! T,otal 10S9 'M I Killed in Action. jjs f Lieutenants. H John S. Shepherd, Los Angeles, Cal. II m BBM ; 111 Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get ' ji j at the Cause and Remove It E k Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the substx- if tute for calomel, act gently on the boweU f; $ and positively do the work. ft People afflicted with bad breath find HIS. quick relief M through Dr. Edwards' vm Olive Tablets.W.The pleasant, sugar- Ey coated tablets are taken for bad breath j 1 by alt who know them. IKS 1 Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act eently fits i ut finy on bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, IB! I clearing the blood and gently purifying jy the entire system. They do that vhich WM dangerous calomel docs without any wM of the bad after effects. mm All the benefits of nasty, sickening, ( 'V griping cathartics are derived from Dr. (ji '' Edwards' Olive Tablets without griping, ji : pain or any disagreeable effects. M j Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the g formula after seventeen years of prac- f f$ tice among patients afflicted with ij : bowel and liver complaint, with the 1 ;' attendant bad breath. W $ Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are purely gj i a vegetable compound mixed with olive Si " oil ; you will know them by their olive k jl color. Take one or two every night for ffi a week and note the effect. 10c and 25c ft jjj per box. All druggists. I) j dvertisement. Ill Crown H Painless n Dentists I 19 Ernst Side Washington, be tween 24th and 25th Street. P 2468 Washington Ave. Sergeants. Richard Nelson, Seattle. Wash. Harry Swanson, Riverside, Mont. John A. Gardner, Teuton, Idaho. James G. Holman, Rock River, Wyo. Wesley Wm. Miller, Harrington, Wash. Corporals. Herman Roth. Omaha, Ncbf Leo M. Anderson, Bozoman, Mont. Joseph J. Forslner, Lagunltas, Cal. Carl A. Larson, Issnquah, Wash. Raymond O. Williams. Tooele, Utah. William E. KopllLz, Snohomish, Wash. Francis Vogt, Llinon, Colo. Grover D. Williams, Arco, Idaho. Buglers. Matteo Adamcli, Guadalupe, Cal. Privates. Bart L. Aaron, Arley, Ala. Chas. N. Anderson, Encampment, Wyo. James C. Bagnn, Granlsville, Utah. William. F. Bare, Sumas, Wash. Savorlo Calvarcsi, Conshocken, Pa. Mancel S. Christodoulon, Davenport, IoAva. Herbert L. Havens, Baker, Mont. Johannes Snater, Geneva. Ia. Irvin Maxwell Swart, Newberg, Ore. Archie M. Thompson, Wolf Point, Mont. William S. White, Oakland, Cal. Louis Bergtoll, Opherin. Mont. John W. Briggs, Woodbine, Ia. Henrv H. Bruce, Enterprise, Ore. Chris M. W. Evcnsen, Malad, Idaho. Edward A. Gaedecks. Seattle, Wash. Thomas Jackson Graham, Pomeroy, Wash. Lee Grubbs, Yamhill, Ore. ' Arthur E. Harlow, Sntsop, Wash. Demetrios, Asimakopoula, Alliance, Neb. Wm. II. Krlppncd, Seattle. Wash. Melvin J. Mertz, Kilworth, Mont. George M. Porter, Yakima, Wash. Rcinhart Solborg, Perry, Mont. Barney J. Twerdale, Bow, Wash. William Walch, Gresham, Ore. Harry D. Welsh, Dubuque, Iowa. Cramer C. Love, Somerton, Ariz. Arthur Alanson Oakes, Decorah, Ia. James R. Shields, Colorado Springs, Colo. Xenofon, Stamogianis, San Francis co, Cal. Henry M. Walsh. Three Creek, Ida. George W. Watson, Sacramento, Cal. John E. Wllbeck, Vernal, Utah. Jesse A. Wright, Tipton, Cal. Died of Wounds.- Corporals. Walter W. Kirby, Denver. Colo. Ernest F. .Pickering, Mauly, Ia. Mechanics. Ernest Faircloth, Embree, Colo. Privates. Thomas J. Brennan. San Francisco, Cal. Chester Isaac Dainlon, McPaul, la. Ernest F. Dyar, Filmore, Cal. Louis Garbolino, Bear Creek, Mont, Herbert H. Longerbean, Downey, Ia. Ernest Morrow, Paulin, Ia. Duncan J. Patterson, Miami, Ariz. Tuce A. Paulson, Wallace, Ida. Charles N. SchickTablo Rock, Nob. Albert W. Tarwater, Arrovo Grande, Cal. Henry R. Yund, Grand Island, Neb. Died of Accident and Other Causes. Privates. Arvid Charlie Johnson, Custer, Wash. Harry Anderson, Hileman, Ia. Died of Disease. Ljeuten.an.ts.. Vance W. Bliss, Santa Cruz, Cal. Wagoners. Chester Swindler, Muscatine, Ia. Cooks. Earl B. Beisell, Goldfield, Ia. Privates. Hatt Culbertson, Sheridan, Ia. Elden Dozier. Cripple Creek, Colo. Ralph Hall, Ogden, Utah. Louis Blohm, Audubon, la. Daul L. Dewltl, Cedar Rapids, Ia. Fred J. Duncan, Farminglon, Utah. Ray Franklin, Boone, Ia. Wesley B. Ridgway, Runnels, Ia. Wounded Severely. Privates. 1-rank Engler. Sonoma, Cal. Frank Filipi; Western, Neb. William E. Wiese, Jr., Manning, Ia. Wounded (Degree Undetermined) Corporals. $ Waltor Clifford Kleindlnst, Los An geles, Cal. Privates. Eugenio Andreolli, Nevada City, Cal. Joseph Herbert, .Des Moines, la. Wounded Slightly. Sergeants. John W. Tillman, Hooper, Neb. Privates. Wllber H. Arandus, Ottumw,, Ia. Nello Barsi, Colma, Cal. Lester Verne Bogardus, Alta Dena, Cal. Charles R. Holyfield, Concrete. Wash. Missing in Action. Sergeants. Lawrence Conners, Des Moines, la, Ralph J. Laird, Reasnor, Ia. Corporals. Glen Ramsey. Clarksville. Ia. 3rivates. Benjamin F. Adams, Coloflats. Colo. George Chounos, Chattle, Wash. William F. Lavis, Anaconda, Mont. James B. Webb. Billings, Mont. Weslcr Charles Barnhill, Albia, Ia. Carl M. Barstrom, Spokane, Wash. William M. Conner, Portland, Ore. Augustino Gurino, Pueblo. Colo. Henry E. Larson, Clarmont, Ia. . Monroe Lassila, Deer Park, Wash. Paul J. Lockman, Nampa, Ida. Charles Lundstrom, Bigfalls, Minn. William H. Doughertv, Fondulac, Wash. Simon R. Kludjian, Fresno, Cal. Ed Wright, Duragno, Colo. The Commander-In-Chier, in the name of the president, has awarded the distinguished service cross to the following named officers and soldiers for the acts of extraordinary "heorism described after their names: Corporal Samson Richards, Co. H, lG7th Infantry, as number 97,56-(. For extraordinary heroism In action near Landrez Et St. George, France, 24th October, 1918. When his platoon had become scattered during an attack and his commander had been killed, Corpo ral Richards, although himself ser iously wounded, reorganized the pla toon under heavy shell and machine gun fire and turned the platoon over to the next in command ready for the assault before he permitted himself to be evacuated, thereby setting to his associates an example of utter disre gard for danger and remarkable cool ness and courage in the face of the enemy. Home address, Wifliam Rich ards, father, Taft, Calif. The following casualties are reported by the Commanding General of the CASTO R (k Tot Infants and Children 3n Use For Over 30 Yairs Always bears mjP - - REGULATIONS Strict quarantine of influenza shall be observed in Ogden City. There shall be no public funerals, and services at cemeteries The existence of influenza shall be indicated in every house shall not exceed thirty minutes, in which it exists by placing in a conspicuous - place thereon a There shall be no viewing of the remains of persons having placard with the name "INFLUENZA" thereon. died of influenza, except by the immediate family. Ii The City Board of Health shall cause a house to be placarded All persons attending upon patients suffering from influenza, immediately upon a report that influenza exists there. and all barbers, dentists, clerks, elevator operators, and others of Quarantine shall be maintained for a period of at least ten similar occupations, and persons coming into close contact with days after the last day of fever of the last case in the house. the public, shall wear raaBks. No person shall enter or leave a quarantined house, except a All masks shall be sterilized at least twice a day by boiling doctor or nurse, without special permission of the Board of Health. fifteen minutes or by placing in a newspaper in an oven and Any person entering a quarantined house without permission baking until the newspaper is brown. J shall bo required to remain during the period of the quarantine,- Tho number of passengers to be carired in an elevator shall j unless otherwise ordered by the Board of Health. bo prescribed in writing by the Board of Health. J The same day that cases of influenza are discovered by doc- Parents are required to keep their children on their own J tors, a written report giving the name a&d address of the person promises. j afflicted shall be made to the Board of Health. These regulations shall be added to by order of the Board of Every person having knowledge of, or suspecting the exist- Health as circumstances require. Ience of influenza shall immediately report the same to the Board These regulations shall become effective immediately and , of Health. shall remain effective until otherwise ordered by the Board of Persons residing outside of Ogden City, where quarantine Health, regulations are not of equal strictness with, those of Ogden City, Violators of these regulations will be prosecuted and will be 1 shall not be permitted to enter Ogden City unless they are able punished by fine or imprisonment. to exhibit a certificate of good health. These regulations were duly adopted, as special regulations, No special sales shall be held and no such juales shall be ad- ' by the Board of Health of Ogden City, Utah, on the 26th day of vertised. Groups of three or more persons shall not be allowed November, 1918, at 10 o'clock A. M. jj to congregate on the streets, in the stores or in any public places By ORDER OF THE BOARD 0F HEALTH AND CITY of Ogden City. COMMISSIONERS. Street cars shall not carry more passengers than the seuting (Signed) T S BROWNING- capacity will accommodate, and persons shall not be permitted & ' Mavor to stand in cars or on the platform. ''Sipned M L JONES ' ' n,S Ja1,8 Stre6t arS Sha11 bd "lC65t en when . 1 ' ""Commissioner of Public Safety, carrying passengers. - - ctoriN pttptci PTVO'APf All cars must bo properly fumigated and heated before leaving (bigneel) UJi.Ki iLYirAM, the barn. & 5 Commissioner of Streets and Public I'mpts. Street car operatives shall be held persoiiaDr responsible for (Signed) G-EORG-E SHORTEN, violations of street car regulations. " Health Inspector. No persons shall be permitted in Railway Stations except on (Signed) 1'. ."S- BROWNING, business. " Chief of Police. .wiiwib imai ill ii iiiiMimni iimi i pwwuw hi ! i -rmr ' rr,"i,"T mwi nw i imihiwi tuni inrMTi m i T ' iu r3iCi i i 1 1 1 j " " "mr American Expeditionary Forces: Killed in action 241 Died of wopnds 95 Died of accident and other causes ' 3 Died of aeroplane accident 2 Died of disease 221 Wounded severely -12 Wounded., degree undetermined . .127 Wounded slightly 79 Missing in action 269 Tota.I 1079 Killed in Action Sergeants Walter J. Gallagher, Virginia City, Nevada. Irwin Earl, Long Beach, Cal. j Hyrum Stutzncgger, Manti, Utah. Corporals Harold C. Brusbard, Augusta, Mont Claudius T. Vinther, Berkeley, Cal. Bugler Charles R. Curry, Snn Diego, California. Henry Becker, Ruff, Wash. Xavier Bennet, Oxford Butte, Mont. Privates Raphael L. Carlos, Flagstaff. Ariz. Alfred A. English, Carroll, Iowa. Atanaclo S. Garcia, Albuquerque, N. Mexico. Leo M. Jensen, Richfield, Utah. Neils H. Johansen, Junction City, Oregon. Leonard .Tacobscn, Eureka, Cal. Newton E. Long, Hampton, Iowa. Tasso H. Schoop, Bellevue, Iowa. Fred Steffens, Fayette, Iowa. Clarence E. Swank. Seattle. Wash. Edgar T. Theobald, Colville, Wash. Bert E. Velziat, Roseburg, Ore. George Smith. Colusa, Cal. jonn Anaerson, namier, ure. Joe Arata, Stockton, Cal. Julius F. Bergendorff, Idaho Falls, Idaho. ( Joseph N. Blackwell, North English, Iowa. Phil D. Calac, Fall Brook, Cal. August L. Carlson, Bertrand, Nebv Amedes Parenli, Antioch, Cal. Leonard Robart, Lostes, Cal. Jesse Thompson, New Albion, Iowa. Ralph G, Creighton, Sanger, Cal. Died of Wounds Lieutenant David H. Cohen, Spo kane, Wash. Privates Barney C. Allen, Bainville. Mont. Edward A. Bareli, Butte. Mont. Dirk Den Ouden, Big Sandy, Mont. Henry J. Regallo, Dos Palos, Cal. Guy L. Utter, Steamboat Springs, i Colo. Raymond O. Peterson, Garwin, Ia. Died of Disease Corporals Norman G. Mead, Los Angeles, Cal. John F. Schnll, Eugene, Ore. Privates Enrl Blake, Northwood, Iowa. Wm. A. Chabal, Solon, Iowa. Ezra C. Cummings, Sioux City, la. Archie S. H. Dietrich, Guernsey, Iowa. Martin M. Doheny, Cummings, Ia. Wm. J. Ehrke, Wheatland, Iowa. Paul V. Elmer, Nuck, Colo. Karl H. Helbule, Ashtoil, Iowa. Lawrence D. Johnson, Oakland, Neb. Lester F. Li'bbey, Santa Barbara, Cal. Raymond MacDonald, Los Angeles, California. Simon F. Martinez, Capulin, Colo. Harry R. Muslck, Sugar Loaf, Colo. Harry E. Powers, Liscomb, Iowa. William N. Schriefer, Bettendorf, Ia. Frank R. Kelly, West Colorado Springs, Colo. Frank Lambert, Chugwater, Wyo. William J. Lauck, Elma, Iowa. Edward C. Maddock. Hazleton, Iowa. Clair E. Mead, Royal, Iowa. Russel Muir, Heber, Utah. , 1 Frank Patterson, RIppey,. Iowa. George H. RIcklets, Ireton, Iowa. Wounded Severely Corporal Harold E. Gard, Springfield, Illinois. . Privates Joseph II. Hancock, Taylor, Ariz. Wounded, Degree Undetermined Sergeant Fred Pettit, Gustine, Cal. Privates ' Herman Henninger, Omaha, Neb. . Chris Petrott, Recdley, Cal. Thomas D. Saunders, Cheyenne, Wyoming. Edwin L. Truby, Allen, Nob. Edwin Lyons Walsh, Buffalo, N. Y. Patrick H. Williams, Yuma, Ariz. Gordon A. McMillan, Shaudon, Cal. Roy R. Strotz, Des Moines. Iowa. Dewey E. Wilson, Kanawsh, Iowa. Slightly Wounded Privates Lee Ferguson, Sunnyside. Ariz. Thomas E. Heal, Simms, Mont. Archie E. Hohmann, Lcwlston, Mont. Leonard E. Larson, Gothenburg, Ne braska. Missing in Action Sergeant Elmer H. Cass, Sultan, Washington. Bugler Herbert C. Lemmers, Panca, Nebraska. Privates A. E. Baker, Oakview, Colo. Frank J. Court, Fort Baker, Cal. Isaax Chester Goodwin, Marengone, Nebraska. Chester L. Byington, Oakdnle, Cal. Qilso Chuckovlch,' Bisbee. Ariz. Earl P. . Clark, Rock, Wash. Ora Coll, Dwyer, Wyo. Fulton B. Cross, Jordan Valley, Washington. John Yammick, Leadville, Colo. Warren A. Grinnle, Los Angeles, Cal. Angelo Parolo, North Guilford, Conn, Roy B. Streeter, Hastings, Neb. Clifford Ernest Doolittle, Portland, Oregon. William H. Hampton, Yountville, Cal. Lewis Holm, Tripoli, Iowa. Martin Larsen, Salt Lake, Utah. Andrew Olson, Puyallup, Wash. William Owens, Kansas, Colo. Lloyd W. Riser, Puyallup, Wash. Artie M. Rickard, Oakdale, Wash. Walter O. Lady, Honcut, Cal. Thorolf SImbnson, Webb. Iowa. MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES The following casualties are report ed by the Commanding General of the American Expeditionary Forces: Killed in action 71 Died of vounds 58 Died of disease 11 Wounded severely 13 RECUPERATION of the vital forces of the body, depleted in the struggle with acute disease, depends not upon super ficial stimulation but upon ade quate nourishment. The body needs to be nourished back to strength and power. SCOTTS EMULSION a pure, wholesome tonic-food, absolutely non-alcoholic, tones Jv ond strengthens by nourishing the flcCS whole system body, blood ana V-JjP nerves. Nourish your body jll back to strength with Scott's. JUj Scott & Bovra;, BloomfieM, K. J. 1S-16 Wounded slightly 2 Wounded, degree undetermined ... 5 Missing in action 118 In hands of enemy .......-..( 8 Total 286 Killed in Action Second Liout. Hugh P. Kidder, Wau kon, Iowa. Sergeants Henary Jones. San Diego, Cal. Lester E. Stewart, Walt Hill, Nob. Corporal John C. Weitz, McKenna, Washington. Privates Ivar G. Andreason,. Billings, Mont. Eugene I. Balzer, San Francisco, California. Lewis J. Blodget. Folsom City, Cal. Daniel Ford, Helena, Mont. John W. Garrison, Creede, Colo. Milton J. Harper, Glendale, Ore. Harry C. Roberts, Fresno, Cal. Donald D. Schultz, Wigner, Neb. 1 Samuel W. Southard, Waitsburg, Washington. Died of Wounds Sergeants John Altman, Spokane, Wash. Charles I. Donohoe, Anita, Iowa. Corporal Fred Walter Cobb, Vallejo, California. Privates Frank J. Brassel, Cervis, Ore. Thomas H. Dunlevy, San Francisco, California. Died of Disease Major Randolph T. Zane, Sacramen-i to, Cal. Privates Leonard J. Elliott, Selma, Cal. Walter Grant Farmer, Walla Walla, Wash. Adolph Fankhauser, Rushville, Neb. Missing In Action Corporals Samuel I. Slomowitz, Billings, Mont. Harry A. M. Williams, Friday Har bor, Wash. Privates Israel Abbott, Mosquite, Nevada. Brvan J. Barnett, Colton, Cal. Arthur Bell, York, Neb. Leonard L. Brown, AinisDoro, ure. Ray J. Faulkner, Everett, Wash. Warren R. Hngeman, Rosedale, Cal. Stanford Hannah, Fort Benton, Mont John J. Harvey, Centralia, Wash. Dean G. Holt, Boise, Idaho. Daniel L. Kcate, George, Utah. Carl J. Klemmc,' Boulder, Colo. James H. Pope, Everette, Wash. Herbert K. Schiorenback, Alameda, Cal. John H. Thcls, Missoula, Mont. George T. Welk, Yamhill, Ore. Prisoner in Germany, Previously Re ported Missing Private Harry Westley Wayman, Sa linas, Cal. Sick' jn Hospital, Previously Reported Missing Private1 George Wm. Dexter, Atlan tic, Iowa. Returned to. Duty, Previously Report ed Killed Private Glenn Callan Perkins, Poc atello, Idaho. Present for Duty, Previously Reported Died of Disease Private Guy Zervls, Los Angeles, Cal. Present for Duty, Previously Reported Missing In Action Private Servaul H. Albert, Alberton, Montana. nn The diet during and after influenza. Horllck's Malted Milk, nourishing, di gestible. nn .. . WANTS DENSMORE TO TESTIFY. SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 30. A tele gram asking him to direct John B. Densmore, director general of employ ment, to appear before the county grand jury in connection with Dens more's published charges of an at tempted corruption in the prosecution 'of Mrs. Rena Mooney's case here, "was sent to Secretary of Labor Wilson by Presiding Judge E. H. Mogan of tho superior court here today. Densmore, who is in Seattle, has refused to go before tho jury, saying that he is act ing under instructions from Secretary Wilson. Renewed decisions by labor organi zations to call strikes December 9 were reported here today by Edward D. Nolan, secretary of the Interna tional Workers' Defenso league, as evi dence that the movement to obtain a new trial for Thomas J. Mooney had not been abandoned. nn STORMY MEETING OF THE SOLDIERS BERLIN, Friday, Nov. 27. The sol diers' councils of greater Berlin, at a stormy preliminary meeting today, ex pressed dissatisfaction with the ap pointment of an executive council of twenty-eight men, by adopting a reso lution appointing a representative from each of the seven regiments sta tioned In Berlin to weigh charges against the executive council and, if necessary, to reform the organization. The charges had been formulated by the soldiers' council of the Third army corps which declared, among other things, that the executive council talked Instead of acted. It was de clared also that the executive had "shamefully debased the high aims of! the councils, failed to effect co-operation with the soldiers in other parts of Germany, failed to protect the eastern border and hindered every orderly and practical work." Speakers at the meeting sharply at tacked the executive council and were applauded boisterously while the meet ing hardly permitted the members of the council to bo heard. Tho soldiers lumultuously applauded a declaration that the executive council's control over the government was unnecessary since the soldiers had the fullest con fidence in the government and de manded the summoning of a consti tuent assembly as speedily as possible. Accusations of inefficiency and grafting 'were supported by Herr Ger hardt, himself a member of tho. execu tive council. Gerhardt declared that the executive council unanimously agreed to a speedy calling of the na tional assembly hut lately had suc cumbed to the pressure of the lefists or radicals. Phllipp Scheidemann was applauded, but his defense was badly received by tho soldiers. He admitted every thing had not gone as wished, but he hoped to got along until a new central council had been summoned- Scheide mann met the reproaches of the Bava rian delegates by disclosing that the . efforts of the Socialists during the war to secure autonomy for Alsace-Lorraine promised to be successful, but were stranded by the opposition of the king of Bavaria who wished parts of Alsace-Lorraine to be added to Ba varia. The meeting adjourned until Satur day after soldiers from the army of the east gave warning that if there were disturbances in Qcrlin the east ern troops would abandon Berlin and act independently. 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