I n! i.i m.i -Fair, v .it::.r .- : ' 1.
Mondav fair. I.ur M iehigan - Fa . r
and warmer S undav ; .Al..j sy fiir,
slightly rol ler north partim.
New Slogan for South Bend "SOUTH BEiND, IND., AND PROUD OF IT" Reply Made by South Bend Boy
QIVLNU Ilia ADDRESS TO NEW SP JLPER UZS IS TUE TRUXCHES A1TER FIRING THIS FII'ST AMERICAN SHOT AT TIDE GSUAN2L
VOL. XXXV, NO. 7C.
a NK.wsrAri:ii foi: Tin: home
WITH ALL Till; LOCAL NEWS.
SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1918.
PAY AND NIGHT FULL LEASED
WIME TULLUKArlllC $K II VICE.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Ffj (T F)
I t J fSI! n) )
. H ?
TO AID BOYS
American Youths in Trenches
of France Will Remember
the Sacrifice Made by
No movement in South lie ml has
r- ivd such 'universal tmlorymcut
and developed to mu(h genuine im
petus in k) short a. time aj the enm-
MU'ii of the Patriotic ami Civic
lief fund, the collection of which
will tart March 1. Under the dd
!'. ctioji ()f the Chamber of Com
nier e, ;l com prehensU e Organiza
tion is heing perfected that will loo.c
after tho educational, publicity an. I
Popularly known elsewhere as
the War Chest, people in all walks
of life have given liberally to this
wie fund that takes car of all war
i lief funds for the entire year. In
Eolith Henri the heneiieiaries of the
Federation for fcjocjial Service will
also he included combining the civic
with the war reliefs.
Tho idea is to have but on solici
tation and one fund, doing away
with duplication of efforts and con
tributions and permitting every' in
dividual, regardless of his or her
position, or income, to do their
.-hare toward &u ppurtingr this -great
Many Citic: Adopt Plan.
Many cities in the United states
have adopted similar plans. These
hae been investigated and the best
natures of all cf them have r.een
.-lected for the fouth Uend war
lu-t plan. In Home, X. Y.. a ity
!' j'.t'OO. the sum of SJIooo was
-al-riled. In Columbus. ., $::.-
is tcctircil from a iopu-
i.ition of i'üO.Oau. In Syracuse. X.
Y.. they et out to raie 5o"00,00'
and ecurol $ 1.1 000. This city.
itli a. poiulation of 1ÖU.000 had
"at :::v0i sul'scrJMiüns, or "en-
!i-tments." as tliey are called.
hi. of them Neini? $1 per month, or
cents per wee; and most of ts.
limn the factory employes.
This plan will be adopted for
outh I'.end. Instead of a few hun
dred supporting a niimltr of funds.
.1' has l ern done in the past every
man. woman and outh will b e
P t il to help. We are in the war
! win and each one mut do all
! ht pos;d bly can.
Mddicrt Will nemombcr.
To )Uote one patriotic citi.en:
' You will forget the money oti
;;e; the bos "oei- there neer
That is tin kevnote of the
"AH of us will vet alonir just as
-.til as we wouM i;et alon- if we
,dn't ie anythinir. We .shall for-
l all about it; none of us will 1U
,:e in the j ears to come that thirds
. aid hae if en different with us, if
e hadn't .cn anthin. r.ut
'.iij: as time lasts, mi Ion; as peo
:! make sacriüces. so loi; as men
.tie uillim; to die for their ountry
j.eople will rem in'.'Ci- this war
. ii' st and the relief that came fro u
You will ftr-;tt; the boys will
"If imir.-r hurt at all. it hurts
bat for the moment. Time bin is
ip whateer wound is made tl-.i'Vmh
-:m ri:'a e. In the days to come, jri
tead tf sjttimr down and d-hin-;'
aloat iuit o:i cave, you are nmre
likelv to take the little chiMreu ip
ii oar knee and boast having -
a nior than you rrally t:ae and
.inv man who boasts cf ivim; more
Thn he cave, admits thereby that
he tNOe less than he ouht to ha e
I p To Indi idual.
The 7mitt'r of per-onal i.'or.it ;oe.
t.. South r.rnd's war (best will ret
. iari ly uj'on each ind; idiial's
shoulders aim their own or,- ace.
It is believed that if every citizen
'..ill sensibly rfaxm ''t vith thrir
,.n od ju.lir.ent. they will r.'.il
e that they .atmet afford r.ot t
u i e.
The people of :
:..e to keep t!
-'o-ith IV. id nv:s'
leir st if-rf ;. or.
','ht ir contribution of money am-ot
...injure with many mother's or;-t-ibation
of h.er only .son with many
... t l-.i'd's contribution f ba r dad.'.:."
anriet comp.tr. with many a
" ride's contribution of her h'.isb.u.d.
i: .t the rontriJ'ation of motn-v wil'
...p luis''.uit!?. fatP.ers and so;.
i.-.pp.v while they ere mzhtii'- S. it h
1 :!d'-. t:ht: keep tl'.em w hen
ie :i.c- wish them a-k: la .il tl; .r
Aoand: ar.d I rirv- Ihti !air
Tb.e ,s..utit r.cnd war eb-! tb
,.re iz offort that will 1 m tdc to
. Mibseript :r.s for th: e.i 's w a i-
CONTINKKl N PAGi: l OTR
FOE OF AUTOCRACY IN
LAND OF ALSATIANS
IE ABBE. MXTTILlIylL
Le Abbe Metterie. for years "tlu
voice of Alsace" in the (lerman
reichstapr, is an exile in Paris. He
was the deputy of the Alsatian dis
trict of Uiheauville in the reichsta
for L'O y-?ars. For his many bitter
speeches in the reichstai? he was
recognized by German authorities
as an open enemy. At the out
break of the war he fled to France
through Switzerland. He has been
active in keeping alive the animos
ity of the 1'rench people ac:aint
Germany. His entire estute in A'
Kioe had leen formerly declared
"forfeited to the German crown."
20 DIE IN FIRE
NEAR TRURO, N. S.
Blaze Starts From Unknown
Cause in Dormitory Where
TKl'KO. X. S., March 10. Twen-
t' peisns were burned to death in
.1 lire which destroyed a lumber
camp at Alvin siding on the Cana
dian uofMiment railroad, lä miles
from liete today. f tho-e in the
camp only four persons, including
the owner. A. A. Sutherland, and his
son .M, escaped.
The fire staited from an unde
termined ca u.-e in a doi mitm y oc
cupied by lumbermen, all of whom
were sleeping. The wooden b idding
was piiekly enveloped in flames
und all the occupants including the
wife and si thi!. lien of .ne of the
workmen, were burned to death in
The Sullu'i kinds occi; t ,d a:i
apartment separate from th'e doimi
toiv. The crai-king of flam.es
;iroued thein and they escaped by
jumping fiom a second story win
dow. The other men who were
asleep in another room were imt
fortunate. Tb y managed to escape
from the building bit were so se
riously burned that they are not
expected to i eeovrr.
Worth a Monday's
Visit Down Town
Rolll :i; 1 ( Itlttx. re
markable s.ilk showing, at S."J.
sPino"' showing of men's
ami voung men's spring clollir.
Voinni' tailored siiit.. Sll.i'S.
KI.I.sWOIlTirs Neu skirt
vUI.OK ltR4s. Thuv-picec
bed tu(fif. .I 1.7.".
ii i: ich (.old ib.n.i
Indir. sir. to s:;o.
m; Mo-i)rm;i:i.K i (.
il crtoiH tat" at S:b.
I.I-0 I :i; l eister pumps
ami oxfonN. to $9.
I". K N O N la-hion Park
men' lothc. SJÖ. and up.
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27 ADDED TOIHOLLAND MAY
DEATH RECORD SEND FREIGHT
85 Names ir. Total Casualty
List Published by Chief of
War Department 58
A..' i.ii. d Im Service:
WASHINGTON. March li.
IMfchty-tive names, including th.oso
of nine officers one killed in ac
tion, one in an accident and sevea
slightly wounded were containe 1
in th' casualties list issued today by
the uur lepartment. The list uas
divided as follows:
Killed in action, eight.
Hied of wounds, two.
Iied of accidents. si.
Died of disease, 10.
IMe.l from undetermined ia,:se.
Slightly wounded. 58.
it was explained at the depart
ment that with two or three excep
tions the names in the list wer"
cabled today by Gen. Pershing. The
exceptions were names held oer
from yesterday's casualty report be
cause of difficulties in checking.
Most of the iu odd names held up
yesterday, however. w:ere those of
men reommended for promotion,
or mentioned in various activities
of the expeditionary forces. They
at first were takn to be casualties
The LUt of DcjuI.
Today's list, the iirst irr-week.s r,
contain h.e names of no men se
verely wounded, follows:
Killed in Action.
I.IGFT. JOHN NORMAN.
SKR CT. LOUIS K. K KIT KW.
GORP. LFO H. ROOK RS.
pitivATi: Fiti:r m. i:Afii:it.
trivati: chaklks t. lug-
GIN FI. AND.
Pit IV ATI-: CLAUD W. NKWhF.r.
IMUVATK SROWK PKTTV.
PKIVATi: OSC A It SWAUTZ.
Died of Wounds.
GPP. MARVIN r.l'NN.
PRIVATi: DAN P. PRAGi:idN.
Iiel of Dioaso.
hi natu 5 fit: m i ng .
WALT FIR i:. FFRL'N.
I fKRRKRT H. KPJ)M-
ii:nrv stoxk r.n?
IMUVATK WILL GALLO WAV.
I'RI VATK GHARLKS M. HOl'RN
PR1VATK LKHOPIIILK JOSLTH
privati: tla re r. tapagrr
pi:ivj: i'rank ttatirlsox
wagon i: It
KIKKT. ANPRRW GARI, OUT
MA V Kit.
GORP. ( 'LI I" l'OKP J. .sTKVKN.s.
privati: john j. rrannon.
privati: pi:ti:r gazan.
privati: grorgr mock'.
PRIVATi: JOHN i:. HAWKINS'.
Calico l"n known.
si:rgt. p.vp.d w. phniiop.
TIh Wounded Soldiersi.
Wounded slightly: Maj. Jfhn W.
Downer: Capt. Harry R. Whitney:
Iäeuts. ltlake 1 1. Coob-y. Herbert J.
Jones. Donald (J. MaeKachan. Frank
M. Mitch.ell. Warren A. Ransom:
Sergeants Charles R. Allen, Peter
Danowski: Corporals Rrodie R.
Gauel', l'.iigene O. Hickey, John C
Kadrn. George I.ee.p:ie, Chester
W. Mahattie, orvillj-'. Martin. Wil
li mi J. Monahan. Henry Reimer;
Pi iv.it Ati.a o. Amburg-y, Gu.-t
Av-brson. P.arl Ib-asley. Iui-:i
Ib'rni. Julius Rejarski. P.enjam!:;
Ihenner. Cliarbs Rr'kdnianr,
;eTge Carman. .Tack "arson. Chris
topb.r o. Coughlin. S.im Donofri.
Kalph W. Crantz. William leder
;k. Donald Gruell. rtto Haas. John
P. Irvan. Phillip Isaacs. John Jam;
b'vvit 7. David R. Johnson. Julius CJ.
Kolf. Charles II. Iae. ert A.
Rommel. James V. Lyon, William
R. Mi Kim. Raymond W. .Miller.
John G'Veal. Conrad H. Ordmin,
David M. Reid. Frank C. Schultz.
G'rge F. Schwab. William Shelton.
boig !". Shields. Neil Sorlein.
William Svkes. Adam Traczk.
William "escoe. Ia wrer.ee R.
Whitford. Joseph T. Wickle. Cloyd
Wilson: Mechanics Harry Christen
son and Jams La Joio.
PAGE MR. ALADDIN
... i(f.-. Ir srvi' -:
V I NGSTOWN. o. March 1.
iron pot containing $ll..f""0 in
M o'iiis was unearthed Wednesday
in abando'-.ctl on the Isaac
ial:" r farm in I-twrencr eourdy.
.:r HillsviUc, pa., it became known
- i ht I e today.
TO WAR ZONE
On Eve of Her Ships Being
Taken Over by U. S. and
Great Britain,. Dutch
As.-;.it'd Pres. Servbe:
WASHINGTON. March Hol
land on the eve of her shipping
being taken oer by the United
States and Great Rritain has given
evidenees of a readine.-s to make a
voluntary agreement to the purpose,
even agreeing that tho ships shall
he sent through the war zone.
In view of the continued pressure
upon the Netherlands by Germanv
in opposition to such a step, offi
cial. here were m stilled at the
sudden change in the situation and
began to speculate upon what ar
rangements Holland might have
made with Rerlin.
It was stated in official quarter;;
that Holland probably would mak
liberal concessions to Germany
when she turns the ships over to
the allies, but it was feared that
the sudden acquiescence with the
long opposed provision that the
.ships be sent through the war zuie.
might indicate that the Netherlands
government was proposing some
thing new in connection with the
negotiations vhieh Great Britain
and the United States would be un
able to accept.
Ilea (I y to Take Ships.
The official attitude here is that
all arrangements have been ma do
to take over the ships on Monday
and that the injection of any new
proposal by Holland cannot stay
the decisions reached in London and
It wa.s stated that if Holland de
sire to turn over the ships on the
terms already laid down by volun
tary agreement it would be consid
ered 'ery agreeable, but that they
must r.e taken over Monday, at all
exe.nts. on the final terms present
ed to t.ie ilagtm by the American
and Pritish diplomatic representa
tives. WILSON GETS REPORT
ON AIRPLANE PROGRAM
As.ii.ttd Pr's Service-
WASHINGTON. March 1 '.. A re
port to Pres't Wilson on the prog
ress mad" on the airplane program
to about the first of this year, pr
pared by Gutzon Porglum. the
sculptor, promises to play a part in
the inquiry inte aviation affairs al
ready bt-ivin by the special board
headed by Snowden Marshall of
Aviation officials will invite a full
investigation of all failures shown
or charges made in tlm document.
So far as known the Porglum re
port bears little relation to the ores
ent status of the aircraft program.
Tlnae have been reports that it re
fers t serious blunders or delay
and it is into that side of th ques
tion rather than into figures as c
the actual output of aircraft at th"
time the report was made, that th
inquiry ..oard is expected to look
CHANGE STAFF AIDES
As-' j d.,., I pi. Servi:
WASHINGTON. M..uch lk Maj.
Gn. Mardi. chief of staff, announc
ed today that a plan had been ap
proved whereby staff officers on
duty with the American expedition
ary forces will be systematically
exchanged for thoo on duty in
Washington, the ultimate purpose
feing to have on duty here a gen
eral staff composed entirely of of
fice! s who have been throu-h train
ing in th" latest elements of war
fare. GOVERNMENTS GETS MASS
OF EVIDENCE AT QUIZ
i.it.' I fre Service :
MIW Ye PK. March 1'.. A mas
of direct testimony and document
ary e ider.ee indicating the connec
tion of ertain American will im
porting uid manufacturing con
cert. s with an alleged conspiracy
to hisur- German Interests a bal
ance of pc er in the world's texti
markets aft'r the w..r. was in the
!"s-. vvi.i;, 0f s;ate authorities at
the Jo-e tonight of an inmiiry con
dtr tel by State s Atty. Gen. Lew!?.
1H) j 0 P yf
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sv V "...v. VKk. .
mn . .
Tlie burial of- Corp. James U. Greshani. Privates Thomas F. Enright and Merle D. Hay, the firt
Americans to die in the great war. was marked with impressive services. Throughout the ceremony at the
graves, French batteries, from their positions, tired minute puns over the village at the German trenches.
(Readers of this newspaper who wish a photographic copy of this picture may obtain it by Fending- 10
cents to the division of pictures, committee on public information, Washington, D. C. Knclose this clip
ping or mention photo No. 4,062.)
BILL IS RUSHED
BY LOWER HOUSE
Representatives Hope to Pass
Corporation Measure Not
Later Than Tuesday.
As. i;ited I'rcMs Service:
WASHINGTON, .March Dk De
bate on the war finance corporation
bill designed to help finance nec s-
.v.ry industries ' during the war he-
gan in the house today with admin
istration leaders hopeful of its pas
sage hy Tuesday night. With this
end in view- they secured unanimous
consent for its consideration Mon
day in place, of other matters on
the regular calendar.
As reported to the houe the Id 11
differs very materially from that
passed by the senate and unless
radical changes are made in it be
fore the final vote the measure will
have to be sent to conference. The
chief difference between the Iwn
drafts is in the amount of bonds
which may b issied. The t-enate
provided for a rajita! stock of
$ ..e0.00u,0"io and authority to
issue $ t'On. ttoomo in bonds while
the house committee cut the total
to U'.ÖUO. 000,000.
After Chairman Kitchin of North
Carolina, chairman of the wavs and
means committee had explained the
measure at great length Rep. in;
worth of Ohio, republican, in a
long prepared speech supporting the
bill vigorously criticized the ad
ministration for what l:e termed its
insistence that congress enact leg
islation as drawn in the depart
ments. l.ongvvo! (h Al Sn ak-.
Congress was taken to task by the
Ohio representative for what he said
;was a "growing fashion of late" to
r reci.-ter the w ill of the president
j without question. He added that
i while the republicans had done all
j they could to aid the president in I
I prosecuting the war he believed J
j time had tome to detin:tely im-1
j pre s upon the executive and the '
people of the country that we pro
pose to () siiiiietni!1.? ourseues. i
In explaining the bill Chairman;
Kitr-hir. said h believed it was1
agreed that it was necessary to go,
to the rescue f some industries 1
that are una Pie to tir.ance them-I
eehes now and that here was no!
existing gov ernment a-er.cy in a j
position to do this work. He said,
he believed the committee bill pro-j
v ided an efficient agency and that i
it adequately safeguarded the right? (
of the people." j
TWO AMERICAN AIRMEN
DIE IN FALL AT FT. WORTH
. i t - l Pr - sV.rv;(.p-
l"olT W0:TH. Tex, Mann 10.
Lie-it. H,i!dd Ai.d:-' of New York
and Cadet Jo ph Lira:; n, from
Iik held. Iallas. T-x.. were killed
lieie this afternoon when in Arne;,
i.an airplan fell. Andrt was u-
at the ti:;
Honors for American
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r!v. : V.': , a' :. :. f ; -.: , . -::. X -.
German Press is
Report on Food
Assoeiated Press Service :
WASHINGTON, March 10. The
German view of the food sdcks
available in Ukrainia and conditions
generally in that country is given in
a dispatch today from Kerne, ejuot
ing a Herlin telegram published by
the Mtrassburper Kost March 11.
The telegram says the stores of
grain are very limited and that
there is great political unrest. The
"After having announced that the
stock of cereal to b found in I'k
rainia surpassed all expectations
tho German press i.s today ohliged
to admit that the resources which
will be at 'die disposal of the cen
tral powers has been exaggerated."
COAL JOBBERS ARE
PUT UNDER LICENSE
WASHINGTON, March DL All
coal jobbers. breder, selling and
purchasing agents and wholesale?
dealers were put under license to
night by pres't Wilson on recom
mendation of Fuel Adm. Garfield,
who issued regulations carefully cir
cumscribing the charges to be made
for their services.
While recognizing that legitimate
jobbers "are essential to the con. lue. t
of all business" the fuel administra
tion said .' ffiiiated companies or
ganized soley for receiving the ;ob
bers margin the "swapping of oal.'
! and other fictitious trad operatio
will be dealt with v-everr-ly.
Ricenses must be obtained i.eore
April 1. The regulations affecting
the sale of coal under jobb is li
censes do out apply to contracts for
coal before the president's exeenjjv,.
orders taking over controi of r.-?e
WOMAN IS SENTENCED
ON BLACKMAIL CHARGE
As i.if 1 Pr Service:
ATLANTA. Ga.. Mar- h lv'i"ii"
jury in the case of Mrs. Margaret A.
Hirseh. charged with attempted
blackmail of Mayor Asa G. Gand'er,
returned a verJirt of guilty bite to
day. The jury was out only 0 min
utes. The court at or e imposd a seri
tence of 1 J months in jail ar.d a
tine f Jiid", tl;e maximuni penaltv
in a misdemeanor invo.
MAJ. GEN. SCOTT IS
RELIEVED OF COMMAND
A " i i t'l I'r-n Sprvi.-f:
WA.s' H I N G TO X, March 1C Maj.
Gen. Hugh L. Scott, formerly ehif'
eif staff, todr y was ordered relieved
of Ids command of the Tth (nation
al iin.'.yi li.i.si..r. at Camp Dix. .
J. and placed in command or the
amp its. If. which is to he made an
embai katiori camp. Prig.
i Jaim T. pt an lias h-'en apt obit' d
to temporar ly codiimand the ;vth
i . 'S - . - N
Supply of Grain on Farms and
in Elevators Far Less
Than Year Ago.
As" i.ite.l Press Service :
WASHINGTON. March 1C
While the food administration was
making plans today to meet the
critical vh-at shortage by a fur
ther reduction in consumption the
senate again teok up and debated
legislation to increase jiroduction
by raising" the price- on the 19 IS
The food administration was
stined t ac tion by reports from
the department of agriculture show
ing that the supply of wheat on
farms and in country elevators is
far less Pari it was a year ago.
The senate considered a bill b
Sen. (lore of Oklahoma, to lix til"
price at ?J.r0, or '',') cents a bushel
more tliaa s-t in a recent proclama
tion of Pres't Wilson. In the house
today also a bill was) introduced by
pep. Morgan of Oklahoma, to ap
propriate J iieOjM.oj ijno to compen
sate producers for the losses they
sustained when th government es
tai dished its CM 7 price at a figure
hover than the then market price.
Spaking for his bill, .en. Gore
declared that 1 'oj leading cornnKidi
ties which had advanced in price
within tlu- last var. the increa-1
in farm products had been th
Pomoivtie Aeciw "HoirxleTs."
Sen. Pomerene of Ohio, demo
crat, charge! that during the last
two year-, the laws of supply and
demand have failed to exist and!
that priees for cereals have been
Jixed by "hoarders and gambb rs. "
He accused the- government and
er,ngres with having failed to do
their dutv in providing for proper
regulation of prices, declaring regu
lations honld be extended to all
Sen. M"umb'-r of .Vorth I 'ak.it a
republi' an. urged that farme rs h
paid ruore for their wheat, sayir-
that urd'-s-s thi-- were done, wl.r it
would be j rodufe j ;.t a !-. in hi -state.
S'on. W:lham-. of Mis--i-ippi. dem
oerat, r.ppove! price n.x;r;g Ifgi-la-tion.
declaring- farmers io':bi b
alio - e 1 1
free market f...r their
NEW COMIC SHEET
P.e. aijsc r,f a mbtas iri
T::er.t from Now York ejty. th"
ciii:.i.' s. tio:: furnished with to
davs i-s-je .f Tb- N-ws-Ti:nes
bars the da'e of I"bra.iiy IT.
This y. , tm, lew-', er. has rr
b fore :i .ubl.s!id anywhor.
President Plans Address to
Entire World May Reply
to Teuton Autocrats in
As"" i.t ted lYrsi Servi-o;
K. Russia lias buwvJ :
the central powers The
IbirJ terms d' the peaee
treat submitted" bv the
Germans at !ret-Lit.vsk.
have been asreeJ t bv the
all-Russian con.Qre d
Soviets, in session at Mos
cow in spite ot the eppo
sition of an important ele
ment of the Russian peo
ple. A.s-oeiate! Pre Ser.-i--:
WASHINGTON, March I".
First intimations trom cin
cial sources that Pre.s't Wilson
possibly miht moii make a
statement bearing on the Ru
sian debacle came to Jay.
Therefore statements that the
president was preparing to ad
dress congress on the .subject
have been pure ue. 'Aork. To
Jay brought the tirst ofiicial in
timations that the president in
his close shuy of the situation
hab gotten to the point where
he was thinking t" such a
There is no olTicial indication
of the medium the president will
choose or when he will chooe
it, but it is generally believed
that as usual he will direct his
statement to the world through
an address to a joint session of
Inference. drawn from s'.ii'--
ments by Sir Poi.ert ""eci!. P. ritbli
minister of bloc kad-, Field Mar shal
Hindenhurg and Gen. Liden
dorif that e'termany rni-'ht be
I-0.s;ng a pf.Ve ; the expens. of
Hu:-i.t m.nle j.ace talk m g-ner..I
! no infip ppular in Was hit: gton
jthan it lias been at any time s:r.- e
j the Fnited States went to v,ir. f
' hcials every wh"i tb ehuirig to m il.e
statements for tbe vry r i n th i'
any sort of a statement would gi?
comfort to a ikk f mv 'Tuen g ie
unmistakable evider.ee ,,f fow n:.
vvejeome pac licu-si.jns w ! .1
This attitude .f ,n,i-ii.-,:i ofti
cials found a highly ir.tei ( -.i g re
flection in Freneh e lTicial -hsp a. )
ffiving accounts of interva-ws :e-re-ntly
given by H;r:denb'jrg of th-
situation on the ls'.-rn batrb
front.. i'inians r" !U.i--ifoI.
An official dLp.it' h tda y from
"IJefore iaaking the.;- to
' " : I f! ..,.. rr ...1 !
I lt. I .111, I lill'j' I.iii ., ail'. i-
dorff made rtam -t-.t. r.. nt.: t-
the nev-'-paper orr-' --pondf r.ts at
tached to greit h- i'buarer
"Thi- nt-ri-v. prolribly h id a
l lolip' purp'.-' ilia of er.nj.
ing pjbb' opinion and f
' pre -s re to b ar .;r;i ...luTsiry '
! the us ial Genua no- bl .:T. Whit .
1 o'.tsta nd;' g 3:i tio- !' I.i tt ;o.r - '
; t j.e c i p . of r r .i ! - - w ! . :i 'a .
' pride and ch.ldi-h !";! .- t!i it the
. Gej ma n r.vrn!: :.'.. tb.-i
e,r bef.ee in the. l.arid- ' f the j;;." -
itary cast-. l r ;b'i!. i at .--w ..r.
: .ob- nt.
" I '. -r j s - i ? ": g the ' ', r n ' H " ' : -
Hi n-b n b,;rg de.-h; red
! ' 'The ham w: : b vs. '.:. .
I i.- from h-rK forth : r k . - . . We . ,
i r.o'c employ ail '':: f ! ' ; t
p. is a :- .1 ;-e- t.
i'.'s to tre. ure o-i .. . t
' tiers -o that we ':i.til ? ot - r i
j e.j the la mr.tah!e . -!
marked the beginning f
jtjran of 1'G 1.'
! "It is to ' e noted t :. it
"opinion :.es not ra t'
.extent of the s.iio; ob'i.r,- !
the - Kt bN i'Js.- th- p.
looking today towrd- '. ;
Hir.'b-nhurg sa.d ! t: .'.
are alw i th-
-.Fr a r. jreaa t- at t h . r
th r stilts, abead y ..' .!.
t hey p . ' i 1 T ; ' l -.
that are im!:,;;, ;.;
1 (ro.N'Ti.vniP on PA;: : L ii)
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