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VOLUME 20
OF
DELEGATES TO
1 PEACEMEETING
UNOFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF
W"0 Wll I DETERMINE
S TERMS OF PEACE AND PENAL-
... lU HE HAiu BY LENTHAL
POWERS
AMERICAN DELEGATES
IMPATIENT TO START
Art Hoping Thit Negotiations VHI Be'
Opened Soon After tha Beginning of
trio New Year More Than One hun
dred VIH Probtb' 3it in Cnforent
By The Associate
Paris, IJec 1 .
!"r:r ttwt lh Aft!
it ( th
i - teigi'-- ii i tunouii- " a
in .tr-tuai .mrnr.mtt of n. "
www ift'T n upr-ninar '?
ar
iumb-r main dxmii. .f . - .n
tumHlon nf tit '-'nisrT itr now roirty'
wh tt!M it .. ru!t of raeral con-f"-nfe.
Th-w indirat 'hat the totnt
mmhjrhli of 'he rnngrtmt will b ha-i-.n
ifr und 174 Twr-nf. evTi ,
' will l 'i.nwntMl ;,y date-'
nf unv ln ludlnr? thou which derlar
! war and a nutnli. whirh Hivf rtmyi
mu- cxlteno as a lewult of IM war-. j
Tli tl tiowt-r natabrr fra,t
rtrlliiri, Franr in I'nltvd Sbilm n
rl.- raeh have alnti five delata. :
n1.i1 the "lhr 4lieilm -will vr '
fi'im one to f -ur mcmWr .". rdine;
o th hti of tho .vunti -inl th n
t u intuhe'l
'.'..rd I. a in ilvd ,at t,,
!tlrtn tn.i Hr'uiru-iw lint, r -""n
will i-m th i i rntiti,.'- ' '
"n- rnitivl StTf h'- !nu fur ,"
h- 'nly rnmlra of th ir (n
kh to i.i T1i noi -rriva; nf
'if ' (hem h l-'-r the ol)-! tt coa
k1tkM bdori f.tnmrn, ft- .mer-
u taking "h- imal that tlwy arr
h' re rewdr t i't to bunlnr-fx. hitl
wltii the iMt.r.irl of th- rongrmw not
onnnuncM. It 1-1 u?i4fTto4 that
r).Mfnt WiImwi vtalt to England 1J
to re "in it In onnylriir fiulte MI-;
nittly thclw that It la hitfkly 4r-
!'i- that ih- fom xtoowM be rut
-'. motion -j(h the laat pMibt l-
U t.tie ttif t?ron!)4 of the fw 41-(.--.ti-.t.
hv hn annotutecei. on-;
ffKial mlvi'M trMiwitU that mottt of.
thrm will ). fornwtt nutxsnnilally as
'ilWS i
OlKiutn- fu! 11 Hymen. mHttMa--,
.....
'ito ii-uvvi munwo w in
'Itn Ituvel
4 1 loart.
(mitral sr;h'i Kr Monl Pnr.
: Mlnlfctir Kr-ri;o Hanto IJma,
-t..- rr:or Anlrad r4nof nan-
'. .it;. iin1 Augusta Vax'uneollo
. "f th- ( o! jni
f,ontlnul
COLONIAL EXPANSION
IS STILL BOTHERING
GERMAN GOVERNMENT
fly The Associated Press.
Washington, l)c J That th dr
,i;.ri hnp to rtHMln thftr colon t
,'i.irrtt from B -i" fatey t hrouch
i;f ini -hannula announcing that Or
Soifs rcnt rewignaUon wa rafer
.! to th omoere sued that he attl
' tAins the imm ol Scretarj of i
i 'onl. Thl 4staaMi aMt) th
'krlin TamebUlt atr autheritj f'-r the
i.uemeni.
THE WEATHER.
' ufEiitu 'hi-uiti
h thr-rt) wlini
HauI IV Hal K
4llltW'l I'll )'Mt
Waal 1 . x !
f..
Kair, with
cit
1 i'1a . fi.
Haturd ;.
i .,U fc.-.il
f 4it
SjitJi
l-V!'' i
Wh. i.
T'J
i:.e bloom
flwera t"-'
t gunj each loan'
aintls' swii.
An
smliln etai
- tht-n
That martyred lar.
And rnuteo thai
"!- Ions ' .bt nhad'iw rr
f'.?r
Ii:ia to niHirn f-r them (.
V'hilr- o'ei them ihruusth th .jk (u
:i.ntl i he- tmevinaT .Jo-uU
;lnwl drift u im. anf lari '"Udd
"h.-m nxned the Win tar
ir. ininetitfiic. auurMit " !ij
,iul . e th 1 f i!"i tSri-
Irskrt tA Hi tinn- whew t ... t
. Ktii that tl tlidr
I'. Kiar. they II'
Wirl '.)it- t.i.-iin
Ti. finwrr tail
F them madv rxmyn
N-t ..inl lael
'( t.e . " tnd
Within that uravc
An! tnrki laiwl.
riieir h o tt i' i lire-,
Their eiuturet
Their tmlile (ath
Tht rlsht auurea.
I'm tawy sttaD has
Thi. heart' 1erlre. '
Thay -hu unflinching ljravl
Tin- flrv i." the ft-lds their
Kvi at la I -hill ltrul aoej4t)
nil nuu Uw hoatJi of. lHory
i'ercival AHtaa. ta Jw Turk Tim est
Buy War Savinvt Stanipsj help
jut Nueces County "over the top."
SELECTION
Glasscock Will Carry
Senatorial Contest To
Senate For A Hearing
Official Notice of Appeal to So'ons is Given Thursday Morn-'
ing, When Papers Arc Served on Judge H. R. Suther-j
land, Returning Officer For Twenty-Third Senatorial
District
GROSS FRAUD BV PARR SUPPORTERS IS ALLEGED
Off'Cal notiet tha the Olttiecfk Parr Senatcial ont?i ta '
be iificd tefore tH Texas Sente at te-nven-fg ef the State Its-
islature on January U wit given yetterday when paper vtrt terved
on Judge H. R. Sutkar.and, who. it Jwidje of livt'.ii County, it the re
turning offlttf for tl"t Twenty -Third Senatorial ditt'iet.
JudSe Sutherland wat requetted to forwanJ the oaperii eontisting
of about fifteen typewritten hett. to the clerk of the Senate, wtoeh
request Judge SutheHand teid he would gladly comply with.
The nature f tho proceedings is that the petitioner. Jvtige Glass -eek.
sett forth that in the Democratic primary of last July 27 that
he wat legally nominated as State Senator over Archie Par- of Dttval
Cour.ty; that on November 5 last, GfattcocV wat in resHty efeeted as
State Senator, but that nhrerugh gross fraud and -rruption, he was
Heate-d out of the elect'On.
. ' ". ' ' 1 .-'
- (..-. 'r-i,t Iitr Htat"
i'rf n! !. tti(c f.ir0 !!;
4 rorruptU.ri um-t r lhlf -f F'k
loth In th- '.flrna-'. ur.-1 ft- v'-i '
fim.Uto.
Ir.e ':f in"r ; -1if- f -rtx-Wm
ti'Sr- ,i5"-..' V A i. r J
Crawford rVattrnnn' - ..n.-tt f m i
4tr fur r,nvri"-r H"f,i'-
cm -r:(iii
IROAD FLAN FOR
TRADE FLEET
WILL START
AT ONCE
SHIPPING BOARD ANNOUNCES
CREATION OF PERMANENT
WORLD ORGANIZATION VITH
OFFICES IN ALL IMPORTANT
CENTERS OTHER COUNTRIES,
VELCOME MOVEMENT
"
. . .
ihlnuiM Irfutrrf hui Ubti ro man
" " : -;. i
a permanent worm onrscnisauion toi i
th auroaiu' st jtrxtlinr the trail'. fiMit
with h- arreK-a! efrrt
W will "pen fior-s .it -vr
I'rin. !j0'ti ir-1 I;tro? ni'i t'A
njril Hurle.-, t hau-man tt os,ril
l-roni :niM- nier l)i
lire-fte! tu r r-K o'h-r i.iftt-i
i ii i Wh-. nh.'ii. Vokohirui n 1
ilttroia in irl ' : "D ('a!.
iiiienei Air.". "V .'i.rajjwj -i Kto
l-iueira in S,uth Anirk. ..:.'i ' 8:ot
'.'T'lrttn anil .ri'v.-: TtK- ' - x
amf,ir la ivi..!i.ni i r-un-e.
lr ll rrvul," lt)j '.rt n. - tltl . l
a iu iv ti. ..lotliw! a ei. i-r
o( advaniatr' t r.rot i un
ttii aid iu India ur to riuth Africa.
"The Itiiion. !'r w An-.wtrv i'
rlcn wexiM hwise prvriae in(rssaaifcii
And be aa abtr to .'tKan a ahtp with
u.t dsUaW fwr ita ctncwo. isae. Th
uhordaatatei ce-nluerWist naeieiaJ of
(tea 'ram whkh to ilrerl
fetal. Tew wili. N roastMei
ii hy pre-
rat ba
ileal cdteMstkC uvea selea wait
tgtwo lu their vast tram the L'aitad
ittutaa.
"There will te r,o !rtrffin
the r daeirtaeint with tha hand;ini
nf hlt. th aartMie ef KUMrfr
already aVieM Ita wark adsniraMt tnn
w a hah not h.e &a chaeatjeei to mak
in tliat Hir briaiiwra will t ith th-trade-
(rat.'
iJirvctor t;urij rwaailrr fea
ritd inisir uviuro. tu prtMraetl .a
ta lut IH ili) .nlu i-ffewt. Tn
tVnich I'tfin and Italian er,vri
mnt : ' -.nl"tvi wm .r-)rjp,
T' l : ""r - -t" " ' .t'llHU. 1 Itfl
MAP AIR MAIL ROUTES.
! Hy Ths Aasaclatsd Prsss.
rjMi-a. r-sa, IWf it r -ui i tim
'... .I .i.'tn .tirp tanas whwh nwl tt
v. "-contarit flit frxttt Bm CNasn.
t uiif to foti l-'ke-Kl hi ri ivtnd
Thuriutuj ivft t.Jay Jr Wajhrttejuin
Th f-rve '.i -f ih tm. tumn IVi.
o .I-n ni.n :il- !.ut 21 roltea
Th jirmn nvai.ti .:.. ra!
ruwtas. PRESIDENT'S TRIBUTE
TO ALCASE-LORRAINE
By The Aasaatated Frees.
Paris. Das- ti At a meetma
held tada in the Saetxarwte m
honor of the liberation ef Alsace -Larrain.
a latter (ram Prtudestt
WtUoa was raad in wiwh he
thanked the Altata-Larrain so
ciety for an artistically baund mes
sage sent htm just before he lett
the United States.
"Since ehildhood." the president's
letter said, "my heart always has
been with expatriated Ala.ce-Ler-raimans.
I wat a youth of ?4
wht the provinces were torn
from France. Ever since, I havo
felt the day would come whtn they
would be delivered a;aln to their
country. I am profoundly thank
ful to the Almighty for the role He
hat permitted me to play In their
delivery,"
.rfT! ;-.!i".-.i flfrhtu ')." I.l. . '
it ).tialt h ftffhl h?urn It
H'MIt farr "ft fe nt th- Vf-
; :ti-r i
ti4- ! Jllcc.
"iiilKirt-!- wtre
of " f m r -v
.!, I'.-- ir-ii'fr- ti-
l. - itrt ih
1 vt- -- 1 -era.
. -it- t ri;- "
TO HOLD INITIAL
CONVERSATIONS
WITH LLOYD
GEORGE
PRESIDENTS FIRST CONFERENCE
WI7H BRITISH PREMIER TO
DISCUSS PEACE WILL BE AT Ml
O'CLOCK TODAY IN BUCKING
HAM PALACE
SyTte AssodatsAPrees.
,.l ,.m., ,,f .w. mM.,
w i-F uewet wui www t'wc
t
avA. tr .. nrMI.
' " - -
" rrjm ! BwkinejhaaB Tatec.
here th wvli ' ntifi-r until lunch time.
en th nil! ti 1 1 fcwn n: Wvsxrt
ThM t ,rnr-1 toaisTht whfi io
mat I'm- a Iikumi"! ietren thf fre
mieHr ,ir,'t . re-wavi am of thi ( re,
nt 5r Lrf;1 - ' ' nu l;..al '. f-1
wing " ." v. ,uia ' f i''-ie t;,,
i-U.-i ,,f ..m..: :. K. . f Kea'i.na
tha AmnA.vi, i."i r,4j.4Miltit Jihn W !.
.Via. Vtwiirtx i
r-w . ' ,.-w Hor i.-
Balfotir H i Ami
derac-n au 1 ' A lMn.;,
ll - Mtl t
mfflM il; m!ii in ( iU
It l undri t'i""1 fit !h '-inf't
wii3 cootl&ue . ' . i a: l"'r
mirat all th nmoiWi f too ,idiii
war naixnex v.u:i ;h Kiau u-i'tt
rfrat; a , . '
;'
WAR TRADE BOARD IS
PLANNING EXTENSIONS
OF TRADE RELATIONS
GOODS CAN NOW BE SHIPPED TO
ALSACE-LORRAINE UNDER
BLANKET AGREEMENT
VITH FRENCH OOV
ERNMENT By Ta Astaciatsd Pa.
WaftsfaejiieMi. rv m t.
..jrttA t tiai i! At Ijfi
- and a rafi-llv fr.rrrnar r.
erratn Ut Ka( i:i t -! ivtiois erv
r.nour--t '. -t.is I'miijuiii Mn.ur-
.T,y k f ! "vl ' tw.'
Trie h?. i i - -d- ' ci.'l
mat h (.. i-at t- Asa- tt"l lrfnalrr
undve itv in..t f'.t miw it.
"mtt rrrnl t i l'.m T l'V-jit b
fiowrnenent !tii.' t. ).rvnt hlf-me-ita
riar-btaa: iarturt" r-arwt will
"ilinrei Uttjmrt tertilimtr" for all ajtmda
ti Ibt- Iwe irr li--
The gaswrmi rewsMDptMa -f tiada r -.illon
Sir M- Virma'S itl'd. ni '
n i'tMKt -vnrfTna r.Tant'ie tf"n
tha Arc: i tmn th trr.t
HUSBi.- lin1, ffli"' traae '-t
IViaM im. ji.t. m '. .-mtrctl la i,
ti-r ;mtrs - . i- .'-n T . -
ii
ENGLISH COUNTRY FOLK i
LINE PRESIDENT'S WAY!
By Tha Aatcdaui rim.
Landoo, Dea. ShV English court
try folk gathered all along the rail
way from Dover to the suburbs at
London to see President Wilson's
train go by today. They sat on
i' (states a ad cluttered in tr tops
ami on roofs, despite tha better
cold, for a glimpse of the tram
They waved and cheered as the
tram went by at tUty miltt an
hour.
CORPUS CHRIST!, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1918.
MILLIONS
IN STORM TO
WFI rilMF
nLLuUiuL
FLEET
ATTITUDE OF CITIZENS MOE
ELOQUENT TRIBUTE TO HOMf
COMING ARM ADA THAN DIN Qr
, WHISTLES AND BELLS AND H .
MAN VOICES
VESSELS IN REVIEW
' BEFORE SEC. DANIELS
Mightiest Armada Ame -.a E.er As
stmbled Now Rides at Anch-jr n j
Hedton Includirg Twct. Ore
, per-Dreadnoughts are) O-eadnsn j-ts
By Tie AssocUtsd Pit.
New York, Ifsp. .
f Id Uirtu.' -
tlw tw-nt) -oaM t- :r- :ni r
drea4ru tqehut atsse) - t r.
srhieh with intasa n
a host of ttraejAor -michtsaat
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vml"'! 'hat tf.' ' -, .
rarcneri th aatiejajl i
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he !in ,-,f a th tn .
nillloo waiiad r n
tJuttMrn of th' .-..
maeta a mum red. T : w ,
aiwl nataoesa t,ut.
r rr. -r- lainn'
of bMtfoa,
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- in tea fro- - it- a jtrstat i"or '
Is.r5kJ- 1
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rrr u -mrtetod v r -;rn1 fram i
Irene, wttd the m-Ttoi. o thetr awn '
flrat aiiBiiiwr' -. freal. In Hxtfr
.-nitMla. thar IsBia 'uHirHni t iM.e t-he-sxhuwe
m atTr. . t im.i cruarnVI
tht vrsMi th '.tlan- .o
laaaiatat In a- --f'-re- th -
parf o Kflfa-v ..(. ;ata; of
i-iihwT). tha l"v ;vr- mtt ahttn Kmko- .
d illrtlr otjf !1m- mM K.nd am
raytdry tfa?)r.: Th)- eaaaatd at-
mmx tmt wWsim a1Bin"n
MaUc hs th Ht aslirMRsM '
tjaw drtvpirasl arrHwr the te :3ar-
ad a ad tbay oi rwJad In hulMU i
niitn aataaa from atirrr. to atrn wun '
rourU-eaiorae) pnrwat-
VoslnjT t ori'i trr. nota at i.,r
h- Ariaona 0 li t ittHnrtrwagM
f. luae lh "y-;niaUM Vrlit SSf-
!lnr i' iiw l.r.,s ti-i V'
fa ii" "j !- -.- oi Wa- rt.1-'
' ont:r'".i n ! Two)
WILSON SAY
WILL PRESERVE
FRUITS OF WARei
PRESIDENT A' H Au MONT TELL
SOLDIERS TiEY CAN DEPENC
ON HIM TO PRESERVE IDEAS
WHICH T-EV WON ON THE
BATTLEFlEl.0
CHAUMONT'S TRIBUTE
TO PRESIDENT WILSON
Trasa a! A wtmabiti Btataaeet iky
Pretidettt to Maacuve Basmvet af
F!a.rj Frar- AjeeJ French Wafnan
s T-tiaie Mrs. Vitsan
By The AaefcJattd Pun
weia aiwom.
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n Km thrv waa no rlaiopeca in
ir keiium '"hrsusnont .iativ kii
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WAITMII I inuo ourrD
m,l-Liuiio unLLii Tf I LOU II
London Gives Grand Reception To President
o tt lSILMM
DEDICATED TO THE BRAVE POILUS
I r
IRE WITNESSES
SOCIALIST
TRIAL ARE
n&UXSf. ,A."OW-. "T.E.
TIMES WHEN FREE S? EEGH S
HEARD
MOST BE RESTRfCTED AND i ON CHRISTMAS DAY TO CELE
EVERYTHING DONE TO WIN j BRATE "PEACE ON EARTH AND
WAR GOOD WILL TOWARD MEN"
ay Tan AstscUud PJtti.
Chicaaa. 111. In-.- : .ruw. if ,
tin- i tii'-it -t ifne-v. m t.-ifvi .
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nl.tff. ir.it'te t, ntxraoary fur P4tr
ti-.:,i "KJ. 'I MKlRilrt At ff't
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trvt! lo irt uwa Vuata
o.il nil Krt UMS aM Ml!
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, rcfiew i th KNHst ft !'r'
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' v .i -,"? rt wt-h ! rwtltv-r
To w-lri i h -.ii. 4 li-i u -a"
lt for mi. i .-- ti 1 'J --ftir K
'di t-ir-di-is' ! eessatar in liltnex
M r-Sm'-e Hiituwk tMilia -(
f.-hhi .'i i. ta "fm it Vaa
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PRESIDENTS SPEECH
CCEARS PEACE SKIES
Hr rbt Aiiaaastia reiis.
Pant. Die. 21. FVesieVtrit Vf ' -i
CMr.stnu saaen is altract
a rw csntievoAt. a indisatiaf
ha. ew o' tha imm cargreta.
Hie -(.fsrarxa ta the Atnertoar.
chart ef aoaaa aoina aofeaard by
ail the nations reruiidaraa, ta eon
s-dered as aeiynsej ta hit fasrMtaei
taints. f
Tha prtmoent's statonntstt that
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PRESIDENT WITH
KING AND QUEFN
N BUCKINGHAM
EXECTE AND MRS. VILSON
FACE A MULTITUDE THAT
StbeTCHES FROM MALL TO
ADM ' RALTY PAYING TRIBUTE
""HAT WILL EVER BE HISTORIC
PICTURESQUE THRONGS
FILL LONDON STREETS
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