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VOL. XXXIV, NO. 347.
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SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DEC 13, 1917.
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Has No Connection With Mass
ing of German Reinforce
ments on West Front,
is General Opinion.
International Na Service:
LONIN. I fr. 12. Tho lull on
the Camhrai fr.nt, in Franco, has
hfen broken ty a Ierroan attack on
the northern side of Cambrai salient,
hut dispatches from that front today
aid th;t the eain achieved was out
f all proportion to tho number of
lnj..e sitairied hy
J'ieid Marshal Ilaij;
in his. report
fr or. western headquarters described
the tiehtin;c as "a local attack" al
though it Has made by the Herman
v ith larpe numbers of men.
The Rritish line was struck in the
sector of Rulleeourt. about 10 miles
wwt of Cambrai and in tho district
f Qu''ant, the western terminus of
ihc Procourt-Queant switch, the
hief support of the northern end
of the Illndnh'irtr line.
Kitii Aerial Affinity.
M'litary experts do not attribute
any connection between the attack
.in 1 the fart that Germany has been
in ts-in reinforcements on the wtt-.-rn
front. fr the fambni attack
;-- evident- undertaken to
dr.tishten that section of the Gfr-ui-.
line and was neither a diver
sion nor an attempt to break
'Irarins weather has resulted in
keen aerial activity and there have
'iron numerous combats between
'le-man and allied aviators all alonj;
A Irat four ifn;uiii aeroplanes
ivr rp shot down while the liritih
.'duiit the los:- of three machines.
The demand of the Tim"- for an
:, esti-ratlon of the Urit'.sh retire
ment a, Cambrai ha. been followed
y an article in the Manchester
'lianlian severely criticism'.; Hen. Sir
.! ian P.vn. the Rritish -nnimand-
! .n that front.
Must I'ollow up 'ictor.
The Manchester Guardian i- the
rn.)t influential P.ritish newspaper
.. itsi.le of l.n'i Ion. It says in iirt:
"To what are we to attribute this
l.-t defeat for, .left-at it was
I I I l IJ'tMl Olli IIH'.-i ''l i'io S'Un.- j
i. the latest ietory and robs n of j
Il the T.iilita prestige acjuitd by
'. The true ar.swer is that we must
!.!aii-.p ourselves and for the net few
i:n;ah we must bear a heavy btir
d.Mi on our shoulders and look for
: a wits at home. We are without
i i...n of following up a victory ra
and we m:st consider what
i ;( nn.in ;et.etaN ha e vai,l jboiit us.
;.n,ely. that wh.eu the warfare
aeted the open our leaders would
, us--d to tn-nch warfare that
:. would be at a loss to know how
i . meet changed conditions."
':.MF. Dec. Artieri.au g'i--ts
the Italian general staff, who have
. on a iit to the battle front.
, under iire. but ecaped injury.
a dispatch from Verona, the
lian headquarters today,
.liionc the Americans who hae
r. on the Italian fiont were Mai.
:.ibv. of the American Red ro.
. a a per -.mal u;iet
I "iiimanu! :
p.-o:. Thomas, .i tormer
-. i ' r oi
f the ed.:c.it lonal stair at
I'.T.ceton unierity: and Congress
: ian Georg0 Tiiikhani. of P.oston.
J Mowing their terrific botnhard
of the Italian positions the
A ; st ro-Germa ü forte-. lin between
. Piae at-.il lreu:a al.es rc--v.
ed their attack, hi.: ueie Muni:
w it Ii hea y low. of life.
The weather has turned bad acain
,. despite -r,o and low hi:.;
iMbanks the It.t',;.n .t:ator con
ii. .e to harass the it; a. :: and t
bombs upon t: ar.-p.rt cit;mr.s.
I'c.ivy i'jtUM.rn.ii!'.,' ont-mi
erg the Piae. with th.e Ge
Austrian? throw::. c -ht 1!.
stream from the ea.-: r:.
,mt the It'ilian
i::n- on t lie e
LEFT TO 5HCP
JQZAD THE ADS
LATE SHOFPtt- EARIY SHOFHl
h II L I !! ' --K;tT I Hit
in Effort to Gei
More Coal Here
F. P. Hardy, county fuel admin
istrator, is out of the city today in
an effort to relieve the fuel short
age in South Pend. It is nof known
how lone: Mr. Hardy will be gone,
but it is believed that hin trip will
help to brin coal to the city in
According to Mr. Hardy's state
ment Wednesday, coal is arriving in
quantities at Hpasmodic intervals, j
mahin' the distribution a hard mat- I
ici in ii.inuif. ii me supjHj oi coai.
in addition to beinir increased, can
he made to come more regularly,
it will do much to relieve the situa
tion, it is said.
May Furnish Troops to Ger
mans "For Defense" Un
International News Servk:
LONDON, Dee. 1. The allied
chancellories are today viewing the
Polish situation with some anxiety.
Some go so far as to call it "crit
ical." Information gathered here today
is to the effect that events have
taken a turn which unless checked
by strong action by the allied gov
ernments, will lead to more or less
of a fruition of derma n hopes in
Polish sentiment is still anti-German,
but there is a growing inclin
ation on the part of a M hulk of
the population to make the best of
a bad job and to come to some kind
of terms with the occupying powers.
There are indications that the new
Polish pro crnmetit has or i- about
to include in the agreement a guar
antee to raiso troops. Thfsp troop
the German says, will not be used
for an offensive against Russia but
"to defend the Polish borders."
In quarters most closely in touch
with opinion in Poland it is believed
that the danger could be averted
only by an early public declaration
on the part of the allied govern
ments definitely including amongst
th war aims the establishment of a
united Poland with access to the
Writes Letter of Appreciation
of "Soldierly Readiness"
to Gen. Pershing.
1 1. t-r na t i'it; I Newa Ye :
WITH Tili: AM,.ICAN Ali.MY
IN FKANCK. Pec. 13. Fraise for
tiie gallant American engineers- who
fought with the p.-itish on the Fam
brai front is contained in a letter
from Field Marshal Haig to Gen.
Fcrshir.g. the American commandc
e utter savs: ' I trust ou will
convey to those gallant ir:en how
much I apprev ,ate their prompt and
soldierly readiness to a-sist in what
was for i time a difficult position. I
regret wry much the losses they
The Americans were caught when
the German- made a surprise at
tack near Gouzeaucourt. southwest
of Cam bra i. They seized rides and
fought alongside of the British.
"WINELESS NEW YEAR'S"
IS IN PROSPECT NOW
! i.teniMi.-nai N'e s Servi. r:
FH!(Gl. Pec. 1-.NeV
New Y cal
of men oi
t he ver ic,
to entertain thousands
the national army and
the various cantonment.
holiday season. Men in
are r,t permitted t.
quaff the f.iji that cheers.
In recognition of its duty to the
t gt.tii g men and a!so ;s . measure
f war-time ecor.omy Chicago will
.isk its citizens t- foieiro the .tnt.'ial
TKOI.I.FV .IVMPS TIIACK.
rn.-iti- Hal New Serd e :
WHIillAWKKN. N. J.. Dec. i::.
R- tween b and 10 persons were in
3i;red, s.uue prohaldy fatally, when
trolle car of the Pol he Service
Railwa Co. jumped the track early
tda while on a trestle defending
the Cliilon In II.
GEN. HAIG PRAISES
I S. ENGINEERS
GUT GOAL USE,
TO ME GR SS
Fuel Administrator Sees No
Other Means of Relieving
Shortage Which Now
Ilttcrii.iti'ri;d News Service:
"Keep hands off."
Fuel Administrator Garfield
this afternoon sent this warning
to Gov. Cox of Ohio, with a far
ther intimation that criminal
prosecution would follow any
attempt by the Ohio executive
to interfere in the coal situa-'
Dr. Garfield's telegram t Gov.
"I must respectfully but lirm
ly request that you do not in
terfere with the orderly dis
tribution of coal in Ohio under
orders issued by my authority,
by Homer Johnson, federal fuel
administrator of Ohio. He has
fullest authority to act and F. C.
Paird Is cooperating1 with him.
I must insist that state author
ities be not permitted to inter
fere with the action of the
Fnited States fuel administra
tion." Icternational News Service:
WASHINGTON, Dec. IS. The
fuel situation throughout the coun
try showed no improvement today.
There is an acut.e shortage in many
places and nowhere is there an ade-
cpiate supply. Fuel administrators
from all ectio;;.s are deluging trio !
fuel administrator with appeals for
aid. He is, however, able to do
little, it was admitted. in fact Dr.
Garfield himself has taken the posi
tion that only a lessening of con
sumption will help.
The representatives of the coal
interests here place the blame on
the failure of the railroads to get
sutlicient i an to the mines to move
the output. Tins is sharply denied
1'V the railroad men who say they
are moving more coal than ever
before in the history of the nation.
The unusually cold weather for this
time of year which prevails all over
the country is the real reason they
say. And the railroad men. like Dr.
Garfield, belie that the best relief
plan is to secure cooperation from
May Ask- Sonic to Clo
The suggestion has been made to
the 4-oal administrator that theaters
ami institutions that are entirely
not essentials be asked to shut down
for a couple of weeks during the
holidays. Such action would save
fuel in every locality, even in the
small communities, it is explained.
The suggestion is one of the many
now before Dr. Garfield.
Munitions, food and fuel now are
being preferred for moement on all
railroads in the east. An embargo
has been laid by the railroads on
non-essentials out it was stated to- j
day that it very likely will he sev
eral days before any effective result
can be expected. In the meanwhile
CONTI NF KD ON I AG V. KOl'R.)
War Saving and Thrift
The New-Times lias lecn designated by the St. Joseph
county directors of the War Savings campaign for St. Joseph
county, as an agent of the tirst class for the sale of War Savings
and Thrift stamps. South Bend is expected by Sec'y McAdoo
to purchase during the next 12 months, S2, 054,000 of these
two classes of stamps and The News-Times will, beginning on
Friday, oiler for sale over its counters stamps of both classes.
This is the first designation of a newspaper as an agent for
the sale of these stamps in South Bend and The News-Times
undertakes its new duties to aid the government finance the
war. So long as the campaign lasts, these War Savings and
Thrift stamps will be on sale at the business oiuce of The
The War Savings and Thrift stamps were devised by the
government for a two-fold purpose. One is to raise revenue
and the other to ed:ate the people to save their money by
lending it in small sums to the government at good rates of
Pres't Wilson and his advisers realize thai there are millions
of patriotic Americans who are unable, because of their limited
means, to buy Liberty bonds, but who have the keenest, desire
to help do their bit in the war in some other manner. The
War Savings and Thrift stamp plan seems to meet the demands
of this class.
There is nothing complicated about these War Savings and
Thrift stamps. The War Savings stamps have a face value of
S5. They are in reality an obligation of the government which
covenants to redeem them at face value on Jan. 1, 102 3. In
order to meet the interest, the government sells these stamps
Bandits Rob Two
Chi cago ßank-s,
Escape in Storm
Intern. itirinid .wk Service:
CHICAGO. Dec. in. Working in
a blinding snowstorm that enabled
them to escape without leaving a j
trace behind, bank bandits staged
two daring robberies shortly before
noon here today.
Four m-n In an automobile held
tip the LaGrande S"tate bank, locked
the cashier in a vault and escaped
with $25.000. Of 4his sum Jlä.OCO
was in gold and $10.000 in silver
coin and bank notes. A Ion1 robber i
armed with a rifle on which was a
maxim silencer, locked the manager
and a clerk of the Pruno Pinkert
Private bank in Cicero, a suburb,
in a vault and escaped with $000.
The Cicero bank robber last night
served subpoenas on the president
of the bank and a clerk requiring
them to appear in the criminal
court. lielieving the subpoena:: gen
uine, the officials responded.
Groaning Under Invasion and
War Burden, May In
International New? Servi- e:
P.KRNF. Dec. l::. Groaning
under invasion and her war burden
Turkey, is about ready to make a
separate peace, according to an
article in th Swiss press today. Tt
is reported that Mouktar Hey. i
delegate sent to this, city to oorfv
relrttive to the exchange of war pris
asked the Turkish gov
tor authority to open
ll.t'TiKition.d News ScrvFe:
WASHINGTON. Dec. Hh Swiss
reports that Turkey might negotiate
a "separate peace" with the entente,
reaching here today, where charac
terized as "interesting" by adminis
tration officials but they furnished
no basis for general comment. So
far as his government is concerned
there is no disposition anywhere to
discuss peace in any form. Hoth
Turkey and P.ulgaria may initiate
negotiations, oilicials say. but until
they do there is no disposition to
consider such action as probable.
2 AMERICAN ENGINEERS
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Iiiteiriation.il News Service:
WASHINGTON. Dec. i::. Two
American engineers wer' injured in
action against the Germans Dec. 10,
(Jen. Pershing reported t' the war
Private Kinar C. P.ryn was serious
ly wounded and Private Isidor Kan
ner slightly wounded. P.ryo's fa
t'mi, Haiold IJryn. lives at Hrooklyn.
ICanner's father, Morris Kanner. lives
in New York city.
Gen. Pershing also reported the
death of Private Clyde A. Koblentz.
infantry, on Dec. :. from micoeardis
and lobar pneumonia. His next of
kin is Philip Koblentz. father. R. F.
I).. No. 1', Long F.ottom. O.
Blade Government Agent for
ennn ciiddi ire
.nil l l ll . I
l WWW WWI I Ul uu
Federal Trade Commissioner
Charges Some Packers Are
Out Kaisering the
liiterna'i u.d News Service:
WASHINGTON. Dee. 1 :;
ntterizing certain canners
country as "food Huns who
kaisering the kaiser," and
adulterated bloodsuckers." but with
out naming any of them Federal
Trade Commissioner Victor Mur
dock today issued a statement de
claring that these canners were
bearding food. He charges that
thesM men "rfave joined the pro
cession of profiteers" and announc
ed that a complete investigation,
with possible criminal prosecution,
These canners, Murdock declared,
have failed to live up to contracts
made a year ago with jobbers and
wholesalers. Instead, be said, they
have furnished only a part of the
goods contracted for and have
given as an excuse for not furnish
ing the rest tire statement that the
government -had called for the
"Instead." said Murdock, "they
have stored their surplus goods with
Kome of the meat packers and are
hoarding them for higher prices."
THEIR WOMAN MEMBER
WASHINGTON. De-. 1 ... Miss
Janette Rankin, tho only woman
member of the Iioufo, was caught
off shore today with no on to throw
her a lifeline, she ims been abandon
ed by her fellow repuliieans in her
fight for the chairmanship of the
newly created house committee on
woman suffrage. Because the repub
lican caucus did not endorse hor
f.ht to head the new committee,
the honor will go without a struggle
to Hep. Haker of California, a dem
ocrat. The house planned to confirm
him as chairman of the committee
Fp to the time the republican
caucus was held last night Miss
Rankin had a good show for the
LONDON RUSS EMBASSY
TO IGNORE TR0TZKY
LONDON. Deo. in. The Russian
embassy in knndnn has decided to
Ignore the decree of Leon Trotzky,
the bolsheviki foreign minister, un
der which Russian ambassadors and
their staffs were dismissed.
::.0o GF.UMAN PLANKS.
Intrniati"ti:il News Servl e:
PARIS. Iec. I?.. The Ger
mans row have ::,000 aeroplanes
on the western front. It was es
timated today. The Revue Heb
domadaire prints an article by
Whitney Warren, a well known
New York writer, urging the
United States to speed up her
construction of aircraft.
Stamps to Help
at a discount, which is at the rate of 4 per cent. compounJed
quarterly, and deducts the amount of this interest for the full
term from the face value, selling them this month and next at
5 1.12 and adding 1 cent a month to the selling price up to and
including Dec. 3 V 1918.
When the tirst stamp is sold, the buyer receive a War
Savings certificate upon which is printed 20 squares, on each
of which stamps are to be affixed. When these spaces are
filled, the certificate has a value, provided it is retained until
maturity of 5100, and may be cashed then at any postonice or
at the treasury department in Washington. The highest amount
the holder of' a War Savings certificate can pay is S84.60, so
that he earns at least SI 5.40 interest in the live years.
If at any time the owner of a certificate, whether filled or
not. should desire to cash it, he can receive the amount he has.
paid for the stamps plus 3 per cent interest up t the time of
presenting it at the postonice.
The Thrift stamps are issued to facilitate the saving of mall
sums. '1 hev sell for 25 cents and bear no interest. With the
first of these Thrift stamps sold by the rostofiije or an agent,
the buver receives a card with !( spaces in each of which a 25
cent stamp is to be placed. When the card is tilled there are
S4 in stamps on it. Then it can be traded in either at the
postoffice or an agency for a War Savings stamp, by adding in
cash tiie amount of the difference between S4 and the tixed
price of the War Savings stamps for that month.
These stamps and a supph of War Savings certificates and
Thrift cards will be on ha rid at the business oifice of The
News-Times on Friday morning and an; one desiring t s-art
saving according to these two phns will be accommodated.
Spits on Flag;
Lands in Cell on
Ihc.iuse. it is allecr.d
down an American Fla which his
wife had put up in the front window,
and stamped and spit upon it, Tony
Kohler. '.'IS Monroe st.. is being
held at thp county jail charged with
violating the president's proclama
tion. Kohler. according to Pros. Atty.
Schwartz, objected when his wife
wanted to put the Flag in the win
dow, and became angry when she
Insisted on doinc so. When he tore
the Flag' down. Mrs. Kohler made
complaint against her husband, and
caused bis arrest.
Is of German Decent.
Kohler. it is said, is of German
descent, but his wife is intensely
American. He has b-en in ity
court, a number of times on charges
of petty theft, and was first booked
on ? charge of violating a paroled
senteme now hanking over him.
The local police will hold their
prisoner for an investigation by fed
Infuriated Man Kills Wife and
Neighbors in Quarrel
Internal iual News s.orvie:
MILLVILLK, N. J.. juec. L'. Shot
four times and mortally wounded by
a posse after he had killed a man,
two women, including Iiis wife and
a live-fcar-old girl. James Rorecc'a
was captured in a barn near here
early today after a vicious gun fight.
Horecca was lodged in jail, but his
death is expected momentarily.
Following a quarrel with his wife
over the love affairs of their daugh
ter, Rorecca shot and killed Mrs.
Borecea. Then he shot and killed
Mr. and Mrs. Uenjamin Deluca and
their five-year-old daughter when
Deluca came to Mrs. Boreeoa's as.
The murdeier escaped but was lo
cated in a barn near the scene of
the tragedy by a posse. He held the
posse at bay until Iiis ammunition
and last ounce of strength had gone
as the result of four bullet wounds,
deputy , leriffs found him uncon
scious and dying, propped up he
bind : door.
AUSTRIAN MINISTER IS
ILL OF STOMACH ULCERS
International News Service:
AMSTERDAM. Dec. 1 Count
Czernin. the Austrian foreign minis
ter is confined to his hed in Vienna,
suffering from liberation of the
stomach, said a dispatch from the
Austrian capital today.
Count Czernin had previously been
reported ill but no detail were ?iv
e n .
NF.W YORK. Dec. 1 Sixty-cent
butter Is on the New York market
today. This is the highest price paid
in ."A years. Dealers have declare J
the price wdll continue to soir.
Win Big W ar
IUI MMR MC FUHR
mUllULIIIIUU I UUIij
Previously Factories Making 10.000 a Day For Allies, Ord
nance Chief Tells Senate Committee Explains That
Production Was Allowed to Taper Off.
Intern. ttin:il Nevs Sorvi
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 S. Responsibility tor the nrmyr fail
ure to have anv eiTective number of machine runs was" placed
directly upon Sec'y of War Hakcr this afternoon lv Maj. Gen.
William Crozier. chief of ordnance, testifying- before the senate
military affairs committee in the investigation' of the army.
The general had just finished tell
ing the committee that there were
only about f!."o machine uns in the
whole army and that not a single;
new one was delivered to the war
department for more than two
months after the declaration of
war. He gave the committee a brief
explanation of this condition.
"Your explanation doesn't sutis-
I fy me," said Sen. Chamberlain,
thairman of the committee, bluntlv.
"It doesn't satisfy me, either." the
"Well, who is responsible?" de
iiianded Sen. Chamberlain.
"The secretary of war." 1 irt' 1
out the general. "He has to If."
lUfle Production Oit,
Just before the Fnited St.tt-s en
tered the war la.st April, small arms
manufacturers in the country v re
making in, 000 rifles daily for the
Today, nine months after the dec
laration of war, with hundreds of
thousands of American soldiers still
unarmed, the average daily pro
duction of rllles is only "mO.
This was only one of a series of
disclosures so startling in their rev
elations of wasted time, effort and
money as to astonish the commit
tee. MenilVs declared themselves
amazed by the accounts of seem
ing neglect and action to fm e a
general shakeup among those re
sponsible for conditions was clearly
foreshadowed by questions asked.
Says it's Not Important.
Reverting back to his earlier t
tirnony regarding ride shortage G' n.
Crozier insisted that the rifle short
age w;is not important.
"It amounts to almost nothing."
he said. "No American soldier will
be delayed five minutes in getting
into action because of a lack of a
modern rifle," he continued.
"Aren't there hundreds f thou
sands of our men in the training
camps w ithout rifles V" aske.j Sen
"No sir, there may
hut not hundreds o
answered the general.
Gen. rYozbr said that a ii;1e to
each man was not absolutely nee
SOLDIERS "RIMMED" IN
"FIVE ACE GAME"
STICK UP joint;
ll.PTH.lt len:il News Se-Vl . '.
NFW VORK. IVe. 1? . -Ibiro.i'
C shafer. Jac k Dud lev and .bo ;
Scott, soldiers from Wy.nuintr. st:
tinned at Camp .Mills, tob! a stor.
todav of -,a deck with !ie aer-"
while 1. einer held on the oha.iire
robbery foilowincr their holdup o
chop snev restaurant.
at in a poker irame op-
'hinatiia:'.. Affairs pr-
rated by a
hp- non irh until
i;p a hard of fonr
Kir."'- and an ac . Shafer diseanie.i
the ace and drew r.r.e rard. He bet ,
bis pile" ;1rri when his opponent j
down his pnnd. fare up. snat. r
. t i fi.;r are-,
biter held a
de : d f d t i CeT
i ha fi ire ther
The trio left rend
rounr il if w a r. They
e e i ; . v t a K r.c w h a
W.'l to he found
triners of th- rho
! DETROIT FAHTORIFS NEED
ICOAL RY NEXT SATURDAY
I tnlp rn ifv.n! v. S rvl r :
1T:TR''1T. Mich.. He. . l .. Re
ports made to the Mar.afaet:ir rs
ni-'-oeiatinn of I)et-oit today .-tat'd
that lUlles ff 1 i wre-ired in lare
o'-antitiec at one- at b-i-t '.'
worker will he oat of work and
chores of mar.nfarfirinc I
forced to close by Satnrdv. riL-bt
rhf am one the f.ct.ri.-s hat w ;i:
rloe 's the T'ord :o.to!T.ob
which eravdoys m"n
r r'v corl to 1 n s-1 till bnd r
nriTs itr I R(.i:
Ttlt.a-e , ! v.... s-,.- .. :
PAPI'i'Aa. Ky .' V ' l:'..--Stea:
I m i " I . A -;i l -
w..rth laore than ib''M
..t.-.t in -efWeH f '1 i S V ! 1 1 e
Iii'.- at -
Cain, ard all are : darker of
p ;r ,f.strr,i(l w h e o t he i e t rea k s
:T-.d st.art to run in the i hio river.
. ENTERED I
rary in the training of tho men In
the caaitonme nts- t cause by arrang
ing for different drill hours tiro or
three men could le trained with
"The ri:b shortage i-nt going to
a'fect in one iota the time when
we shall gt an effective fore lnt
action." said Gen. Crozier.
Sh-magc of Ammunition.
Questions, by Sen. Chamberlain at
t his juncture developed that a short
age of small arms ammunition pre
vented troops in training from ga
ting adequate target practice brfor
L' ing sent to J Yar.
"Tho manufacture of ammunition
couldn't be gotten under way fat
enough." explained (Jr r,. ('rnzi'r.
It was also brought o;,t thij o:ly
about 7." p're-ent nf the nation.,!
guard has b i equipped with th?
modern l?o:: Spt inu model r:;'e
Here the committee tmk up t'
changes made in the n.a nufactu
of small arms to make -,t ammut.i
lion ini'TchanL'f able. Gc. Cnv...
went into d'-tail in T ' L t i ! . g )i- i!
i pcerns making Friuh Fn:: ! ?
li'les were m.ade to hange the h.je
of the crun so tliat the same .-in.-
1 irb- coId .?.
gov er nnier.t
but got n
l-e.j in the S; r !
U-e.J. i1-Ti. "'-Zier f-
th clianges made t'
Sen. M''K' !! ir t: -i
IP -r ; e Ji.-pse t ' t 1 e
the i ha n i :: ! ' I
S 1 I - f 1 et o?- .1 . - T
Pi-Iii tion TajMqcil Oft.
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drew from the ret. er.:! tf.e ,o!
siori t ri
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tcn of ri"' - in
Ft ited Stat-
n , tj , ! ( r n a in
b m iti'V d S. ri.
liad been red'ii'-d
March tr about r..
"Why Is that?"
Weeks .,f Maesnr!,
said Gen. 'tnzi'-r. '"The proft;c i
allowed thr or gni itiop to g-
separate. I. Mm b fr th. ir nnp'.-v
and they bad di!hi-ilt
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p 1 T en.
Nevsky Prospect Swept
Machine Guns Placed
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