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GERMAN NOTE FAILS
TO KPT TERMS
UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER
NOT MENTIONED BY BOCHE,
WHO WOULD ARGUE.
IS
Protests Against the
Illegal and Inhuman Actions on
Land and Sea, but Avoids Big
Issues in Replying to Wilson.
Reproach of
uslilngton.—Germany
has replied
to President Wilson with a note
though no one is
vliich.
prepared to say it
will lead the president
tinue
even to eon
exchanges on the subject of* an
armistice and
peace, at least has
served almost to bring conviction here
Unit the people of Germany actually
are taking the reins of
and sincerely desire
terms the United States and the allies
are willing to give.
"In
government
peace on any
accepting the proposal for
evacuation of occupied territories, the
German government lias started from'
the assumption that the procedure of
this evacuation und of
m
these condi
tions of an armistice should be left t
the judgment of the military advisers
and that the actual standard of
on both sides in the field has to form
the basis for arrangements
guarding this standard.
• •
power
safb
"The German government
to the president that an
suggests
opportunity
sliouhl be brought about for fixing the
details. It trusts that tlie
president
of the United Ktutes will approve of
no demand which would be lrreconctl
aide with
the honor of the German
people and with opening a way to a
peace of justice.
"The
German government protests
against the reproach of Illegal and in
human actions made against tlie Ger
lyitn land und sea forces and thereby
against the .German people,
covering of a retreat destructions will
always be necessary, and they are car
ried out In so far as is permitted by
international law. The German troops
are under most strict instructions to
For the
spare private property and to exercise
cure for the population to the best of
their ability. Where transgressions
occur In spite of these Instructions the
guilty are being punished.
"The German government further
denies that the German navy In sink
ing ships has ever purposely destroyed
lifeboats with their passengers. The
German government proposes with re
gard to all those charges that the facts
be cleared up by neutral commissions.
"In order to avoid anything that
might hamper the work of peaee the
German government has caused or
ders to be dispatched to all submarine
commanders precluding the torpedo
ing of passenger ships without, how
ever, for technical reasons, being able
to guarantee that these orders will
reach every single submarine at sen
before Its return.
"As a fundamental condition for
peace, the president prescribes the des
truction of evepy arbitrary power that
can separately, secretly and of its own
single choice disturb the peace of the
world. To this the German government
replies : *
"Hitherto the representation of the
people in the German empire has not
been endowed with an influence on the
formation of the government.
"The constitution did not provide
for a concurrence of representation of
the people of decisions In peace and
war. These conditions have just now
undergone a fundamental change. A
new government has been formed in
complete accordance with the wishes
(principle) of the representation of the
people, based on equal, universal, se
cret, direct franchise.
"The leaders of the great parties of
the reichstug are members of this gov
ernment. In the future no government
can take or continue in office without
possessing the confidence of a majority
^<>f the reichstag.
"The responsibility of the chancellor
vof the empire to the representation of
the people Is being legally developed
and safeguarded. The first net of the
new government has been to lay before
^riie rei^nstag a bill to alter the con
stltutlon of the empire so that the con
sent of the representation of the people
Is required for decisions on war and
peace.
'The permanence of the new system
is. however, guaranteed not only by
constitutional safeguards, hut also by
the unshakable determination of the
German people whose vast majority
stands behind these reforms and de
mand their /merge-tlc continuance.
'The question of the president—with
whom he and the governments asso
ciated against Germany are dealing—
■ is, therefore, answered in a clear, un
equivocal manner by the statement
that the offer of peace and an armis
tice lias come from a government which
Is free from any arbitrary and Irres
ponsible influence, Is supported by the
approval of an overwhelming majority
of the German people.
Finish Fourteen Shia« in Week.
and
steel
Washington.—Fourteen
wood vessels of 77,150 deadweight tons
were delivered to the shipping hoard
during the week ended October
Nine of 59,150 deadweight tons were
steel and five of 18.000 tons were wood.
IS.
Merchant Killed, Wife Hurt.
Santa Fe, N. M.
75 years, a retired merchant
Cal.l
verely Injured when their car skidded
at n turn and tqmhled down an em
bankment on Little Lubajadn till).
?. E. Ilurton, aged
if Glande,
killed and his wife was «
vas
WILSON REJECTS
USMSOFIER
MUST SATISFY ASPIRATIONS OF
CZECHS AND SLOVAKS BEFORE
U. S. WILL DISCUSS TERMS.
President Insists That Oppressed Peo
ple of Dual Empire Shall Be Judge«
of What Action of Government Will
Satisfy Their Aspirations.
Washington.—President Wilson
answered A ust ria-Hun
gary s plea for peace with the reply
that conditions are so altered
January 8, that he
their autonomy plan as a
peace.
Instead, ho insisted that the op
the dual empire
"shall he the Judges of what action on
the part of the Austro-Hungarian gov
ernment will satisfy their aspirations."
In substance, it was a refusal to do
on
October
19
since
cannot now accept
basis of
pressed peoples of
any peace business with Austria.
Tlie note, as transmitted from Sei re
tary of State Lansing to the Swedisli
minister, said :
"I»lmve tlie honor to acknowledge
the receipt of your
lust., in which you transmit a com
munication from the Imperial and
note of the 7th
royal 1 government of Ausiria-Hungaiv
to 1 lit«- president.
"1 ant now Instructed by the
la-esi
tient to request you to biygood enough
through your government t
tlie imperial und royal gov
following reply :
" 'The president deems it ids duty
the Austro-Hungarian gov
a) convey to
eminent the
;
o say t
'ruinent that lie cannot
"litertain 1 fie
present suggestions of that govern
ment because of certain events of ut
rhich.
most importunée
occurring
since the delivery of his address of the
8th of January last, have neei
altered the attitude
of the government of the United
States.
iy
and responsibility
" 'Among
the
tlie president fort
occurred tlie following:
fourteen
terms of
dilated
which
pean
at that time
" 'Ten—The
of
•lit
Hungary, whose place among the no
lions we wish to see
afegttarded and
assured, should lie accorded the frees!
develop
opportunity
ment.'
of
autouonn
in
Recognize Czecho-Slovaks.
" 'Since 1 lia t sentence was written
and uttered to the congress of the
United States the government of the
United States has recognized that a
state of belligerency exists between tlie
«-Slovaks and the German and
Austro-Hungarian empires and that
the Czecho-Slovaks' national council
is a <ie facto belligerent government
clothed with proper authority to direct
tlie military and political affairs of the
Czecho-Slovaks.
Czech
recognized In the fui I
" 'It has alsi
est. manner the justice of the national
istic aspirations of the Jugo-Slavs for
freedom.
" 'The president is, therefore, no
longer at liberty to accept a mere
'autonomy' of these peoples as a basis
of peaee, but is obliged to Insist that
they and not he shall be the judges of
what action on the part of the Austro
>v i 1J saisfy
government
Hungarian
their aspirations and their conception
of their rights and destinj
hers of the family of nations."
ns r.unn
HUNS INTERNED IN HOLLAND.
Fifteen Thousand Retreating Soldiers
Seek Sanctuary
-Fifteen thousand retrent
London.
ing Ck'rman soldiers have been Interned
In Holland after being cut off by Bel
moving northward* from
, according to reports from the
Amsterdam
glan troops
Keel
frontier
transmitted by the Exchange Telegraph
and
reach Ing
company.
Belgian soldiers took charge of the
Dutch-Belgtan border
Saturday night
>nthusiastlcully by
and were received
the population.
ASK KAISER TO ABDICATE.
Newspapers Want Emperor
and Crown Prince Eliminated.
German
if E..;per
London.—The abdlcatl oij
or William and five crown prince is the
of solving the "terrible
only * means
crisis," according to opinions expressed
by the Munich Poste, the Swnehkiche
Tagwacht and Franlsche Morgen Poste,
an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from
Zurich says.
It is added that the more rapidly the
abdication Is brought about the better
for the country.
Raise Price of Oranges.
120,
Chicago.—With approximately
j
I
Î
I
•onflned to their homes.
000 Chicagoans
with Spanish influenza, the prices of
are prescribed for
ans, have ad- '
which
sufferers by pbysi
oranges,
many
vanced from 00
dozen to
cents per
sections of the city
$1,25, and in some
to $1-50.
Germans Trapped on Frontier.
Amsterdam.—Britisl
•ntered the
have
eloo.
trqops
•n of Ee
Belgian ti
dispatch from Slnis to
Six thousand Germans
according to a
t hi' Telegrmif.
shut in against the Dutch
have been
frontier.
Electric Welding Rivets' Substitute.
-Substitution of elec
Washington..
trie welding for tlie riveting system in
shipbuilding with a consequent saving
of three-fourths tn time and labor costa
is being considered by the emergency
fleet corporation.
SMART FALL SUIT
Outfit Is Attractive in Navy Ve*
lours or Broadcloth.
Severely Plain and Narrow Suit Skirt*
Now In Order—High-Priced
Garments in Demand.
The sketch shows one of the very
smart suits developed for fall. As
will he noted, the back of this coat Is
rather long, the center reaching below
the knees. The sides slope gradually
up, so that the skirt of the coat is
approximately 38 inches long at either
side front, and a vest in contrasting
fabric and color gives a real style
touch to the garment. This suit would
be very smart made of navy velours
or broadcloth, with vest of white cloth,
braided In black. Or the suit might he
attractively developed In a dark red
with vest of white braided In \ilack or
with braid matching the color of the
suit proper.
The use of vests makes «it possible
to remodel a last season suit attrac
tively and at little expense.
Suit skirts are nearly all severely
plain, and all are comparatively nar
row, but the ultra-narrow skirts,
measuring a yard and a quarter or
less, bulletined for fall and winter
wear are really seldom seen, except tn
garment manufacturers' showrooms.
*
Manufacturers make their model gar
ments very narrow, but buyers nearly
always stipulate that the garments
they purchase shall have skirts that
are of reasonable walking width, und
very few that are less than a yard
and a hqilf wide are actually shown in
the shops.
Tn regard to the possibility of a
strong vogue for suits during the sea
son the present Indication seems to be
that very high-grade and high-priced
suits will be in great demand, while
the medium and cheaper grades (none
arc really cheap) will not txj so popu
lar.
The reasoning is that wealthy
women will Indulge themselves in gar
x
p.
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Suit With Contrasting Vest.
ments of all kinds—suits as well ns
dresses for street wear—whereas wom
en who spend less will be more in
clined, following the custom of the last
two or three seasons, to favor the one
piece dress.
NOW HAVE CLOTHES IN SETS
Skirts and Hats; Muff, Hat and Col
lar; Hat and Knitting Bag; Hat,
Ruff and Parasol.
We run to sets of clothes nowadays.
We have sots consisting of muff, hat
and collar; or collar, hat and knitting
bag; of parasol, knitting bag and hat;
of hat, ruff and parasol. We have sots
consisting of almost any two or three
of the garments or accessories that go
to make up our dally quota of dress.
And now some of the little specialty
shops that go In for the newest things
are showing sets consisting of skirt
and hat.
One such set Is made of
figured chlffnu and wide ribbon. The
ribbon is bright green, nnd the chiffon
Is bright green and dull
flecks of yellow and torches of'hlack.
The skirt
gray, with
consists of wide strips of
j chiffon—six Inches- wide perhaps—he
I tween equal
Î nlng, of course, roundabout.
I is made of the silk
'
widths of ribbon run
The hat
over a buckram
frame, with flat points of folded chif
fon on brim und crown for trimming.
MADEOVERS THAT WILL SAVE
One-Piece
Made From Spring Suit—Use of
Stockings and Ties.
Military Effect Can Be
A smart winter dross, thé latest
one
piece military effect, can be made
Irom your spring suit If the coat is
not too closely fitted,
or turn.
Kip and wash
Discard lining and Interlln
The cutting and fitting are prae
tleally eliminated.' The sleeves will
need to be made smaller nt the cuff,
A wide belt
ing.
covers the seam at the
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Henna duvetyn raccoon is combined
to make this good looking suit. The
coat is loose with an eight-inch hem
turned up on the outside. The skirt
is wider than one would expect—the
whole an extremely smart garment.
waistline. Have a collar to match
the^belt. Trim with buttons and mili
tary pockets.
Center pieces and dollies made from
linen dresses that
O. K. for the cottage or every-day
Trim with nqjtrow lace and Insertion.
A rug made by braiding all black
stockings with a border made«from
old neckties is prettier than the ordi
nary braided rug.
A small flat top trunk can he made
Into a child's make-believe couch and
hold tie toys at the same time. Cover
with cretonne or other suitable mate
rial, padding the top. Pod is made sep
arate, so cover may be washed when
necessary. The dolls generally re
cline on top and have a few small
sofa pillows for their own use.
past use are
use.
art
HOME DRESSMAKING HINTS
Dissatisfaction With One's Own Work
Results From Desire to Hurry
the Job Through.
When the modern girl makes a
dress for herself she Is apt to say
that she does not feel comfortable in
She Is afrnid that It does not look
right, or that it looks home-made, and
she feels that the freshness has all
gone from It. In fact, she does not
take any pleasure at all in wearing It.
Little does« she realize the true
it.
reason for tills feeling of dissatisfac
tion.
It Is simply because a girl in
these modern days of hurry and bus
tle wants to finish a dress too quiek
She does not allow herself suf
ficient time to finish It well,
she Is still wrought up over the fin
ishing touches and all on edge from
sewing the hooks and eyes on In a
hurry, she puts the dress on and then
wonders what's the matter.
ly.
While
This Is all
A dress should
wrong.
he finished carefully, pressed nnd put
away for a week at least, before It Is
worn.
Then when it is taken out
again the difficulties encountered
the mttking will have been forgotten;
the dress will seem entirely new, and
will have all the freshness of one com
ing from a store.
tn
DICTATES OF FASHION
Veils are many and varied in design
and manner of being worn.
Soft pompons are
fastening a dress at
Long jet fringe has a graceful ef
fect on gowns of draped net.
Long, straight tunics are worn with
rather' narrow straight skirt*.
Long, straight, transparent sleeves
have cloffe sleeves inside them.
Very smart dresses for the little girl j
are made of contrasting materials.
One-piece
have a distinct effect of being wrapped.
Some capes are eiit to drape over
one shoulder like a Roman toga.
i^novel means of
We side.
robes are made which
Junior Model.
Midnight blue velvet is the cover
ing of a large picturesque model hat
which will be much affected by the
young girl this winter.
In the back
largo wired
sujln. The bow may also be made of
navy blue lace, well wired, of course,
which gives a more dressy finish to
the hat.
It rolls up
nd Is garnished with a
bow of midnight blue
Slipper Buckles.
A pair of slipper buckles for black
satin slippers are made of small, cut
steel bends, simply fastened one next
the other in an oblong shape to form
u buckle.
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THC CSMTAUN «OHMNV, MCJT rOM CtTT.
Knew His Business.
Charles Frohman was entering one
of his own theaters one day, when the
doorkeeper, who had never seen him.
refused him admission. J. M. Harriet
the author, was with him. Much to
Barrie's amazement, Frohman did not
make his identity known, but turned
away, '
"Why in the world didn't you tell
the man who youVere?" asked Harrte.
"No," atisp-ered Frohman; "it would
have humiliated him half to death.
He's a good man, all right. Knows his
business."
A rich man never refuses the pen
nies offered him in change.
HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES
IF Y0ÜR BACK ACHES
Do you feel tired and "worn-out?"
Are you nervous aud irritable? Don't
sleep well at night? Have a "dragged
out," unrested feeling when you get
up in the morning? Dizzy spells? Bil
ious? Bad taste In the mouth, back
ache, pain or soreness in the loins,
and abdomen? Severe distress when
urinating, bloody, cloudy urine or sed
iment? All these Indicate gravel or
stone in the bladder, or that,the poi
sonous microbes, which are always In
your system, have attacked your kid
neys.
Tou should use GOLD MEDAL
Haarlem Oil Capsules Immediately.
The oil soaks gently Into the walls
and lining of the kidneys, and the lit
tle poisonous animal germs, which are
causing the inflammation, are Imme
diately attacked and chased out of
your system without Inconvenience or
pain.
How Acid-Stomach
Wrecks Health
of Millions
Many p«opt«
thinking that
ity as tho duett
occasional
bloat, hearth
stomach, or i
ment quickly remedied—
aerif
make the mistake of
ncid-stomach—Ruperacid
a call il —merely
attack of indigestion,
, gisay
yon must get rid of that exceiw acid.
Nothing is gained by taking medicine«
which m
falwe 8Pn«e of
the
must depend upon yo
•trength
»tonisch free fron» ncesa acid, pure,
sweet and strong, it cannot
digest food; y<
What you
here is the
—you take
tens of th
erely stimulate and give one a
1 tha
rengt h
id Bt 1II in the stomach. You
food f
less you keep your
)e
. belching,
other such minor all
will cure lt
efftvts.
your
and
»«if—and U-a
As a
sponsible for a long train
ts that
aft
'of 7s
?
superacidity 1« re
i of serious ull
ful suflferlng und
sometimes baffle ttv- best medical »kill.
It Is a well established fact that many
cases of chronic stomach trouble, au
la. stomatitis, gastritis, rheumatism,
go»*, lumbago, cirrhosis of the liv r.
intoxication, dyspepsia, catarrh of
the stomach, intestinal ulcer, cauccr of
the stomach, and frequently valvular
heart trouble and heart failure, can be
traced directly to »n acid-stomach.
This is
properly
r whole body su
t is relief — yes
lutely gu
- ma
meed
It's bceu tested
i*r with universal
dnigglRt and get
ctiance.
da of ti
Go to y
package of BATONIO, a
that will literally
wit of your
results obtained are
Almost in-*
's that painful, puffed
eating, belching, heart
ach, etc. Makes ths
success.
Just
derful prépara tio
wipe the exceaa acidity
stomach. - The
hing short of
stantly it reliev
up feeling after
burn, i
stomach feel cool and comfortahle.
•ed this help it'a jour own
Buffer another day.
at all RtirprlRlug when y«m
wen the acid formed in the
tlon of bits of food
an acid that 1* ac
tastehss—is yet powerful enough
t through the hard enamel of the
teeth and demy them. Ir it
then, tbit an
otnach
undermines the
health
Is it not a fact, within the
ration, tl
couHider that e
mouth from fe
lodged in tho teeth
81
If yo
fault if
EATONIC 1» absolutely guaranteed, so x
get a big 60c box from yonr druggist If N
It does not help you your money will bo
refunded. If your druggist d
EATONIC. Rend your name and addrcR' to
the E a tonic Remedy Company. 1018 S.
Wabash Are., Chicago, 111,, and fbev will
ail v
t utilly
to
!er.
amount of acid in
ao much
the
l»ery.
strength and wreck* the
y people ?
not ke»*p
1 hnppl
•f
gs of yo
ot
Ine people out of
victims of acid stomach?
ever hope to be well and strong
at
a 60 c Ik
to
Rend the:
the
ey for it after y
if j
■t«e It.
The Reacon.
"Young Parvenu Is unusually ' well
groomed." "So he Is, hut then his
volet used to be an ostler."
The moth hasn't much use for the
man who has but one suit of clothe,.
— — __ A Wholesome, Cleansing,
■ flllr Helresblng an* Healing
_ " Lotion —Murine for Red
■ ' _ __ neso. Soreness; Granula
S V tion, Itching and Burning
J 0 f Eyes or Eyelids,
"2 Drop«'' After the Movie«, Motoring or Golf
will win your confidence. Ask Your Drugff'jt
for Murine when y ur Eves Need tare.
Mtu'iue Eye Remedy Co., ciuceugo
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Easy Thing.
"The easiest part of th
said an America
e trip over,"
soldier In France,
"is
getting
seasick.
No Instruction*
needed."
Love may he blind, but It know*
when the gas is too high.
flSTHMADOR
f
GUARANTEED
TO INSTANTLY RELIEVE
OR MONEY REFUNDED-ASK ANY DRUGGI51
Don't Ignore the "little pains and
aches," especially backaches. They
may be little now but there is no tell
ing how soon a dangerous or fatal dis
ease of which they are the forerun
ners may show Itself. Go after the
cause of that backache at once, or you
may find yourself in the grip of an In
curable disease.
Do not delay a minute. Go to your
didigglst and Insist on his supplying
you with a box of GOLD MEDAL
Haarlem Oil Capsules. In 24 hours
you wHl feel renewed health and vigor.
After you have cured yourself, con
tinue to take one or two Capsules
each day so as to keep In first-class
condition, and ward off the danger of
future attacks. Money refunded If
they (Jo not help you. Ask for the
original Imported GOLD MEDAL
brand, and thuâ be sure of getting the
genuine.—Adv.
DON'T CUT OUT I
A Shoe Boil, Capped
Hock or Bursitis
FOR
J'-q
is
W.F.Y0UNG,P.D.F.,31IITca»ltSt.,Sprtiigflet<Lltafc
wilt reduce them and leave no blemishex
Stops lameness promptly. Does not Win
ter or remove the hair, and horse can b#
worked. $2.50 a bottle delivered. Book6 R fr**k
ABSORBINE, JR., fo, rn*nktnri, the la
Sarment for Boll,. Bruleei. toron. SwelHnet, Virlcore Vein«,
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Price SI. 24 a bottle a
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