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Friday. SewUm Wr 12. im
THE PfOClTE RECORD
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Ull TALKS TO
m PEOPLE
AMEU CHIZEIIS
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UUIMILUI IIUUM
SrUHMD P0I1ITI
GREETS PERSHIIJ6
KCKM4VC miiCCS AJiO LACK OF
I MPVOVMXNT HAKES CCSOU
GUEST OP OMAHA AND SIOUX
CITY ON SPEAKING TOUR OF
THE WEST.
ENTRY REFUSED UNLESS at.
CLAIMS ARE WAIVED IN CASE
OF INJURY.
LEADER OF ViCTC4'OCS AMERl
CA FCRCES RETURNS HOME
moM overseas.
W4 Mr mtJm TkM Lrr
Sp"da Sabbath Day In loA Capita
Wken Ha and Mr. Wilaen Attend
Sarvicaa at Church and Enjoy
Autamobila Rida.
LW Statsa Cea Hr
Ms Who Oaaira ta Entar Tampi
Saetian Muat Fraa Government
from Reapanwbility in Case f
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Minara Aa. HigHer Pay.
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litter -ar all d imUmts n t
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THAT WAR IS HEAR
NEXMA.J LEASE CEOJUtES
SVSTZat fcfLST CmAuGS
TO S.AE CCtTTtY.
Eac Year ar taant Ptwr
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Aceetfts tesikta ta Tate
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15
BY TEXAN
:ECLASE4 AJfERiCA SHOULD
AE EX)CO SAFE FOR
AVER'CAHS.
Vs- aA, ta Asw Safety ta
Ef E-ae aa
ri. Tia.x Utrr;k is
jA Sb a V?tJc ti Wan
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1 Cf ta Fig, Pvr,ta.
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aaJ jipiiiSrM ka itMocrd
f te: jxiitw at 11
i tw,u '-..-. It ai3 drrvte it
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: auci-icLfKi ,2s as jvrtMr atj
I "ai iepsiatsi.
Fanaua Crmunat Lawyer Dad.
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ms - 11 nc j Anta f-r
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ad tsiKMT Trataft for xoiTa!
twW irf r tl past jrSit
BWrlri.
SOIL JOHN L PERSHiXS
Caaawal Joha X fj ia hii
Waar taadma at AmerKaa
apcaa ta victer aa .r
, . . -y.r
Alabamawa Aaamat Stffrrva.
lAobtrranorv. Al y .
' - "wwa
tin the Kate aeaat refused a p-
ww w raticy 11 leral ma
auffraee sutsttTntVAul .
- 'MWUWXt L.
wSm t ray -a defeat is t
u, xw a owate eg rw lrs.
la KUte Maxa Satdiar,
Fla Xattft. At. Otata ts-
mmm w awm y tb
ty mi taw aaUea seat ( t-w
Art ttricsa vaa acntaed s v..--.'
kka ..M V.-A .
jwa ure womaa.
ran
URGED
Otuha. Presi'UiU Wiln max tba
fut f Omaha anl Slm Kail, X. D,
00 Mnday. on hi tour of tin weat.
Ia oxaha the irllfrit iHHtke to a
rruiti of rnM following
drive through th rlncliHl mrttn.
hrre he wa nithiiMlaatlrally urwtKl
by tbuand!4 of i-lKring .NVIrnkana
Hnaba U the home of Senator Hitch
the adminlwtration'M lilr in
tbe f.-bt for the ratification of the
treaty.
Tt atrwii of Sioux City, th busy
Jitt;e Siith Iakta city, wer crowded
with p-.i.ie most anxious to do him
bo&t-r ith ail the power of their
Th presi.Jential farty pent Sunday
ia Vr JIo!ne, Iowa. Th president
and Mr. WiL-ton rested moet of tha
day In their suite at a V- Moines
brttr. irfcre they had "pent thfir first
aihr off their pe.-lal train ainc lear
Inz "aLinpton. Wednesday, Septem
br la the morning they attendei
arh-r at the Central Freshyterian
etarrh, and in the afternoon went for
aa automM!e ride. whih took them
oot thnirfi the coontry afout the
Ia capital.
rr. ;raToa, the president's physi
cian, said Mr. Wilson bad been much
refriid by hi Sunday stop in Dea
Moines and was in good trim for the
(tresuoos week before him. He said
he wm! 1 urge, however, that the pres
ident make few rear-platform speeches
a'.ocf the way. saTing bis voice for
the eieren seheiloled addres.-!.
The president made his third speech
ia Missouri at Kansas City on Sep
tember 6. in the Convention hail,
which accomniodares 15.0AX
When the president, accompanied by
Mrs. Hilson. appeared on the plat
form of the vast auditorium, the
crowd, each of whom had a small
American flag, arose and cheered for
aicre than two minutes.
Ajj escort of airplane dropped
flowers &a the president's special train
as it approached Des Moines, and ha
was cheered darts g an automobile ride
throagb crowds that packed the down-
treets far out beyond the curb.
President Wilsons first speech of
the western tour was delivered at Co
lumbus. Ohio. Thursday. September 4.
The meeting was presided over by
Dr. W. O. Thompson, and the presi
dent was introduced by former Cover:
nor James E. Campbell as -the first
eitixen f the big, round world."
Eeeerted by a battalion of state
tnxps and dry officials. President
Wilson was driren through the city to
Memorial hail Immediately upon his
trrtvaL
Ta greet him 00 his arrival were
rrowds somewhat reduced on account
sf the street car strike, but the presl
iefit was cheered heartily as he pro
reeded, accompanied by Mrs. Wilson
lad his party.
Oa arriiifcg at the hail at 11:30
e'dock. tha president received an ova-tx-a.
Tha audience sang -iHxie" and
tisea bam forth a cheer that rang
tLrwifh the hail.
Presideot Wilson made tw address
aa at St. Louis on IMday. Septem
ber 5.
The pivsideat's first address as
at the cbamber ef commerce Iuncbe
after be had been cheered akmj: the
roate ef a sevea-mila aatosH4)i1e ride
thjvcga the strets. At ai$ht he sxte
ta the C&lisieBm. where la U'f he
reaemi&ated foe the presidency.
FtOowing the taidday address "the
president and Mrs. Wilson went for
aa aatomohDe rida a ad std at
Washiagtoa aairerslty to visit several
traitrs of the facafry mho were
scVvl chums of the execativa.
The CoJise-aia was packed, aad when
tt president arrived the crwd arose
and cteeered fvv aiore than four mla
ntes. Tboasaftds of saiaU Americaa
flaps bad ea distributed and tbe
aadSetvce waved them wildly while
ihey cheered.
The presideat was Introduced by
Governor Frederick l vUrdaor. who
said the fop of Missouri never bad
beea naore si&oere ia extending a
cxwn to any vlsitw. At that the crowd
ceered a (rain,
Wbea the cwvraor ltrodu,d Mr
Wih as Ihe father of wtvld de
nnvnicy,'" thera was nnre cheering.
A plHosnipher in a loosout irsllery
ealW tbwtsh a megaphone for a uvv
et attention, to take a flashlht,
but the rtvstdont did not wait, aaylng
nhis is wuvb too serkms u ovsivn
ta care bow we IM, w ought to vara
Now we think."1
Socialists tar Soviet Syatam.
Cnkasxv la a docbxratw ot prta
rlroe adopted Thursday, the nation
Socialist party aqaalifi,Iiy loAvrsed
the aoxVt republic o( Russia aad the
tnternational Socialist tuoxTmoa ,4
txend the league of m tkwv
Altsn Aaa Doniad ParaK
?Vse,Tae state board rarAa
Vaa refased th arkatW of a Y
"ve, for a aro
AOen taaxliaam aeatvnoe at flva
$rXvJ ( ab,
Laredo. Texas Many citixena (
the United States were refused per
roits to enter the Tampl.-o aecti,n f
Mexico on Saturday when tbey de
clined to walTe responxlbiiity Cf th
Mexican govemm for any bodii,
barm that mtght befall them.
The Mexican ronaul here Just n
ceivel Instructiona from Mexico Citr
regarding- this waiver proviso. whir
ia to b attached to all application,
for permit to enter the Tampico nee
tion where a number of Americana
and other foreign rs recently ht
been attacked by bandits. Several oj
men were among thoe refused per
mits. The Mexican government thus hope
to keep Americana out of Mexico, er$.
dently believing that even the hardj
miner w ill not take the chance cf crw.
Ing the border unless promised protec
tion. It would seem to be simply fili
cide for Americans to go into Mexlca
without this protection.
BATTLE ON PEACE PACT.
Opposition Will Com Principally oa
Artida X.
Washington. With the return of
Senator Kellogg. Minnesota. RepubH
can senators favoring "mild reserva
tions to the peace treaty conferred
and, it was said, decided to oppose the
committee resolution of ratification.
Senators attending the conferem
said opposition wonld be bused prln
cipally against th reservation on ar
ticle X of the league of nations cov
,'nant. This committee reservation.
one of the conferees said, ia regarded
as involving -scuttling of the whola
league."
Senators attending the con fere nra
expressed confidence that with antici
pated support of the Democrats thcr
would secure adoption at least of a
modified reservation to aride X.
Dynamt Swapect Jailed.
Salt Lake City. Tony Bruno., want.
ed by the authorities 00 the suspicion
of baring been the perpetrator of tha
explosion ta the Standard hotel, which
seriously injured his wife and her twa
children and seventeen other roomers.
has been placed under arrest at Soo-
neld. Utah, where he was working !
the new Kinney mine as a miner.
Parts Actors Still Out.
Paris. Friday. A delegation from
the federation of actors and theatrical
employees met with representatives of
the managers' association Saturday,
but found aa agreement wax impossi
ble, according to an announcement, as
a result of th renewal of the theatre
lockout on the part of certain man
agers. Death Penalty far Flemish Leader.
BrasseU The Flemish activist lead
er. Dr. August Borms, w ho during the
German occupation helped the Flemlsk
soparist movement with the aid of
Germany and accepted functions as aa
activist minister. Satarday was con
iemned to death, following a trial
ahich lasted a week.
Germans and Britons Clash.
Cologne. Srto$ disturbances be
tween Germans, and British troop it
lskirchea. twenty axDes southwest
of this city, resulted ia a soldier being
badly injured. The leader of the Ger
mans, a man named Knpper, was court
mania W aad sentenced to death and
the towa was fiixed iXUM) marks.
BeigiuiR'a Security Guaranteed.
Washington. Tt report
abrad that Beipaai's seenrity is to te
fuaraatved agafetst Oermaa
on by the Vained State and Great
Britain, akhonfh aaoonfirased by th
state dVpArrnMrat here, is believed i
l:(Owoatic auaters to be tree.
S-Scpmena Caoveation Ca!!ed.
itiKago. TW execativ council j
the Federated Railway SJHHlwn "
the CaKao distrkt has called a na
tional cteventav to h heid here e
September CTv lx was aaaonncvd Sub
lay, to at on Jk new wae
(ranted by leient "Wilsion.
Aaatria W Accent Treaty.
XVeania. l eaTSMwl asweniMJ.
vote of ST o SS. has decided to sig
the )ea'ce tieay. The asscib!v, hoa
ever, protested asainst "TJa violauo
AaMrias rigat of free i.s,!iU
hevNelf,'
&olnara AttacAod fra Aionush.
IV! fa st. lT3a.ikJ-Jk nt of eifcer
, s,Hec retaralaig ta Karracks fro
a w v an skl W T vmr! W
attacked froaa aJBaA. One siJdie''
mded.
was killed and tan mere wou
In otaeta were varpowerexi
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