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Prnhihitmnictc nar nrn That
. .v-.uuiio vuw.w.v, ...m
Amendment Will Pass With
15 Votes to Sparc
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Next Week,
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thiji oppop. .!.- we;.- proh:'iitioni-t. '
In ilifrce.! wkith tlo ni nit rely on
'his point of pal ' 1 a 1 1 e n t a i v law.
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pro p-i 1 1--S Ad'ipfili- tllN amend-
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"U-Boats Trail Transports
Like Swill Sharks," Says
American Naval Officer
IlY HOUURT
Ir rt r.' .if :-n il Nc a jrrvL-:
PARIS Aui;. 20. American
. . iS ...
j re -,re muc , aniiisia at 112
'via Switzerland that the U-boats are not devoting anv at-j
ten 10 Ame,f" ,roo.!; conVil '
The reverse is the case, if any-, ;
thin;?. declared one ofliccr. "They ! hover hehind for miles off like swill
-
'r - ncplecting merchant ship- "
'xu t0 Ur transports'-
.... 1 V . n- a. o r rt .luh'irl.-in"
"
troop.s as the German press say?. .
! l oiii the north coast of Scotland '
.
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l" i u iiv ii .
Italian and French.
"Assuredly in masking o ir move-
n-tntr, we are taking advantage of :
... , . . , . ,
"!V oll"-r atnu-spheric conditions. :
ir.cliulm-.' a little 'atmosphere' of our
. . .. , ...
ft-ii,i- w.rt-tcTiitictw t w l r r vv i i t .
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"Tlie German reports that they
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poits ruung to weightier duties with
clumsih de-
.ooi, M,iP, ,s hum., ciun.i or- :
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,
I He I -i.oatp are naruer on our trau ,
tlian ever
riiruc ('oiito)s Uajs.
"They have pretty speedy craft
nuwadajs and make it a point to "
pursue our convoys for day atter'Weve got their number, however:1. . . ,,
, ..ii i- " i ' . .1 -1- ; ft made to do all iti its p
dav aft"r thev have discovered our , we re out-guessing them. sinking i ... . . .
, " . . . . . .'.i , . ., ..Win the war and it doe?
location. They come out to meet u?. ;
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A, MM
QGUIIG
Hundreds Killed When Parad-j
inn MnhQ Qhnilt -Avvav
With the Germans.
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Int. ' -n.itien.d .Ww- Sorri-e:
I.( ND'N. Aug. 20. Terrible f
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ivtroji'.ni. accoru ins ' an
, jUinCi. Telegraph di.-patch today
fi)(iij v.u.os,.,, iserlitt and Am -
Workmen paraded th
- t oaio.
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-.,-e.s --.oiii,.,., ,.c.
(;(,,'m,,is"' and "Awa
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"f the uioln Institute in l'etrogra.t
ictwein rioting worknien and the
Lettish Guaid which composes the
ch:ef tiiiiitar.v -uport of L nine and
Trotz-kj.
The;.' we:r hundreds of casual-
ties. Martial law ha4- been pro-
claimed bv the bolshevik.
A portion of the Pet i oq i r. tl popu -
lation - r. poi ted to have asked
the German- t. help them ou-t the.
d-)ieik -o .a nrn nt .
LAß
SCOIITEN
German Government is Alarm-!
eel at Bolshevik Influence.
I : ;.a . Ui'.a.p Ne - Serv-,. r :
IHi: II.VCl'K. A'lg -0 Tl..-
' op "eft among the Germ.n wur'
Pa"! i- fast .uro ir. g t pvoporticm
.1, ,i ...cru'v .il.e in ill.. Ito-nvai .
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rc ii hing here tod a y.
v.-,'.,i-.rr 'b.ve .Min- tu w ork -
;n fo-nung an ..cion
w h.ch :s a ver-it.iMf oolshcvik: or -
g,.S ,t;.vn. Tlv Mv.i'vg a gitaror
I i. es-. v ho i a i io-e ft :e- d of th
i; n ' pbiMs-.i.ior .Torfe ;s h.ead
C ' h" a
c iat tor.
! eure ciuarfr fh behef
is e-
p. e.-.-e.1. th tt outbreaks a ppr caching
er. :1 w a: ply possible as a
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SAYS AMERICA GIVES
THE LIE TO DARWIN
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i!-on and NoMh Amer
';e to I .rw in wliii -aid
-trcn.ger den o th
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1 t. n,c!hiow tne Germ n 01.1",
f Tip- : - a nil !'? one ;n t h, e ein.
:.non of it .nianitv donn th? age."
s. HUMAN.
naval oilicers permanentlv station-
, , v-
reports coming trom tjerman
1 - -
shark?.
-Lately certain ships. I won't
reify whether American or not, '
i . . . .
n;le iieeu j-ubjttea to successive
attacks at somi- hours of i n t e r a 1 .
. . . '
These attacks, however, wore made ;
t i , . ..l i i -
u' 11 "U1IIW1 Ul suuiniiuics. i-cm.-1 1
irttine. tu- stVrral tornedofs at the
O- .- -
unip timp unrl at th vamp ho;it .
They tisuro on Rettins: at least one
boat wilh a school of he sub-
marines simultaneously losing from i
three to fie torpedoe.
I'ilit Sli.v of Uiannol.
1 "That's expenshe work, though!
Ith - ,nv thint i, Sr.ri t.irfics '
.
- - w . -
However. I cam v that on the
wnoie thev are not meetinar wttn asi
i- . .t ,
much success as thy hoped for.
"Tim U-boats Hsht mighty shy J
no,v f t1e channel where they used
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t A Y 4 r hi Uf iMiif i coin Am
V WV, U Hk . I JPi, UIV, IU Will ,
r , in
luuiiu lii.i r iiuniiuai i nr fv-iii
to have dcserteci the eastern Medi-
tertanean also and to he concern
trated in the western part. They
are reported occasionally off the
Azores and in the Day of Biscay.
them and out-maneuvering them.".1
JAIVIERICAN SHIP
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OFF VIRGINIA
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Navy 'Department Announces
POWlh P S nkinn Of fipr-
man Submarine.
I ntoni itienal News Sorvifp;
WASHINGTON. Aug. .. The
r.'i ni ni i n t n n t .oc v j I d. i n U i n ctf
...... o Cw. ...v ...i d aumi-
j can steamer near Winter Quarters
'shoals, ofl the Vitytnia .rest. has
IM -
i . , , . . not. for the government con -
.. been teporteu bv the captain of thei , .. , .. . ,.
. : . . iviiiced of the- lovaliv and s. - n - . - ac -
i steamer, trie navy uepartmen. an-i
inounced this afternoon
The encounter occurred on A'ag.
I"
I he esse struck the submarine
. ...
j side. iJo cr?w or tne submarine
"then hailed the vessel. s..id the
; capta in. saving they were friends.
'"Voll arp no friends of mine." the
! captain said he had replied, when
he heatd their voices, which had a
strong German accent. He then put
his ship on her course. The captain
' believ es the submarine th.-n sank,
The steamer is now m port with
a badly damaged bow and with i
nu.uitity of water in her hold to!
, bear out tne captains s;o:. met
name of the e.-sel was nt reve.il-!
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D
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U. S. Government Will
er Data From Housewives.
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WASHINGTON. Aug. JO. Tne
.o A.-.iw.o i. w ,-..v...,ti.. c..o...H
. I I r i i ll . ll. 1 .ill. vi. .ii. it.'i''h I.:
: to iiiuuue into the co.-i of living. A
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- ountrv wide jn estimation into the
i high m.t of hvirg has been begun
: by the department of labor, it was
'announced today.
(lo ernmenl agents will ull .;-o:t
eer.v housewife in the localities v --
it c a and a?k for inter ma t:on as to
;he amount of money spent on food.
. clothing, rent, coal and furniture
re-;e.er 5 ear. The information th.u
t.ir.eu vvn; r-e Kepi strum eunrruen-
t ia 1 ar.d the depaitment a.-ks eei
hou-ewife to coopt-iate to the f.ilN-f
Ment. The infoi n.aliou gathered
v .,1 be used m w.g. adj . men-.
six german planes
DOWNED BY BRITISH
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S: x F i to 1 n
plan- h. v be.- n sho- dowp ..v Itrut -
h av jafo: . : h asr innptrv an-
nnumed
p-e l;.p.-.-i p'.. r.e wu
1
1 ! e e ton ef n'j';'', ho hn
mopped of itind th? Geriipn lint's.
ROUSE LIKELY
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IVIorrison Asserts Sue! Trust'
wwv. muji
and Fuel Company Are
Behind Thomas Amend-
ment to Measure.
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c, n 1 1 1 -J Males mh'i coi poiai.u-. au.i
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y 1 uv "v " ;
Hin i ht ir.inu.-t.'d atuendinent lo
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"1JM i"--'' ":u oniu
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uian mukiii uuikiiivu ui vvni.ai
in.lnt.ti ii.w itifik ! n i 1 i T . ( ! " v r w 1
iia nk -Muri Jhuii, tta ry uf Uiv
TO STRIKE 00
DRAFT
American 1 eik-i atiuii I Lauiny ami Gallantry. Manv officer.
i charged this atteriioon lefou the
diuu n.iliury altaits nnnmitu,
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'ua,l- 111 i , -
Ins i e ll u i iL' Id t lou u t tlic cuipuiatiuii'this manner.
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Thomas ot Colorado, the sponsor o!
- . t
ine iineiHinuiu, w nu n a - auueu
tü lhe,mau ,"nv1 ,,U1 l'y tlle itu
ate military affairs committee.
'"If this amendment shmii.!
..- i
come u ia
.-aid Morrison. it
would simply fatni-h the
nfair;
I employer wilh an unfair weapon
with which to intimidate the cm
' t'loie
i "Uloaniztd iahor has kept faltii
! w it Xi the government iti the pledge
ovvei to help!
not want
the atrocious od id in of being luand
j ed slackers cast upon Amei ica n
i workmen as this amendment would
do."
(. ominil tee Aain-t It.
Members of the house military af-
(fairs committee before Mr. Moni-
son be,an t addre.-s them, statt d
J they they themselves saw m. reason
I why the amendment should be in -
j corporatcd in the man power bill.
especially jime Sec'y of War Bakei
i lias said th'.'c the war depailment
jdid not l ey:. i d it as 'necessa ry.
' "äen. Thomas admits the amend
inieni is i.ime.i at strikers, sain
j.viouisor u is an attack upunme .ame-- IF Fesendre. M. C. R. : Fe-,
ÜÄil .V'. m"-.;"! ölr;u- l;u.l; J3;
lUOM 0Ul,t UU! " e U" 1IU
presion thi: lu- is a lavktt
vvueu me wai was uenaieu.
continued Morrison, "the la "oring
ilfl i. ... .. i i l
man wanted to tight but the ei;en-
cies of industry demanded that he
remain at work. He iii! not .isK
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1UI
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il - um'mu": . . .
1 -
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win me government necome a
reakiny agenc .' I
' e 1 1 e v e ,
... - . , , ... .
I i ti cp of American laboi. There i
hanily an Ametican workman who
does not believe lie would be better
Joff in the tienche. than in manv
. , . . . , . ,
I industries w here he is underpaid.
.'u I, i t .. ,1,,
i no n.is .isrtt 'i tor in.s
con
scr iption of labor ." Sen. Thomas'
action was prompted bv strikes in.
Goiorado the strike- in 'oPu a do i
l-'uel comp.tnv has hid - b the str I
trtist.
"Pias the co 1 1 - id i a t oi s fmni
i ' ra k tue co 1 1 -o i a t o i s r o i n
1 " ' I
behind this aiiiPl.nent ati.I ou vvill
find the vvoist of war protlteer- .vho
would del.ght in mal.unii.g Mi -
I ova It v of org a nize.i !a;.or and hold
L'' , , ,,, . . ,
" Not I'ail of Iro"ia
am.
'The secretarv of war ha- mad
jit clear that he doe-n't cc"nsidr the
I amf ndineitt neces.--at y and that r
I ii not a part of the war lePart -
I merit's program.' interposed ."ha ir-
'man Den: of the omm:ttee. w-ltn
i e m pit a si ?
' "The si.retarv of war -aid he
j regarded the a nier.d men' as mo-t
or i-nenn.a tv.i Mm i
'l i ; iu ii j t , ."-I m .woiii-.
Gath-i.;"T.h!!
r f g 1 -; a t .
'There i- no neces--tv f.-o th.s
ion .il.nr :v workPinr nor
5!icking.
! "This amendrv.erit nifan- "ne . on-
. criotion of a bor. It wodd i.i-t .
rejection upon labor."
In my judgment i mightv
' Poor camouflage for vlat ntuiF
" - - - -
F amoun to , nn-enption of Icor."
re marken i.ep P::nn or New iorK.
1 "L vould pla.e in the hand- of the
emr!oer a constant threar to wie'.-j
a-;am-" the emplove. It wo;'..! :-id
' serfdom.
I".r. F. IF Mann, f-vir'riv of the
, :vei-i.j -j - u..a-.. w i- . rvtii -
; r,an l1.
e t dura t : r.a adv isorv
! ooard o, the war department, told
: v-Uit vJs i'f:r": Ion- to com'u.n
- ' o.i.. i . .i . ., m
spe-r ial vt huo.s e-ta r-i . h d bv
" 1 ! depaitnvn'.
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19 POUNDS OF FLOUR
nuN o"vjtn OHl-Hn 1
i.k.ci- a. -,;
L- I I V V V 1 n I " l LJ V V A I A L J V
, il ) r ti " f fl - i f" t - ti ,i p ; .-.4 ' . f .
If l.e i id ni" , i
ge.,t s,
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p-d
ithe Mo-i..w (Fand opra. .p t
i t o announ. merf ni t-'e -i he i ; .-. -
nt n nw.p . p i The 0 '.;,,- 1 1 .
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f 01 r rv t :
f.n;.
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"Hold Line at all I
i Cost" is Kaiser s !
Order to Troops
ISY ilOHN M lirCH MTAKT.
! I
! ! ii t i n.i tiotis 1 New Service:
PALIS. Aiiz. -'0. "Hold Novonr
'olid La.-signy at all cofct."
This if thn o:d-r that has been
nassen fiom i'iermar. imperial
trimmers to c inmande l s at
Ma,H
! 1,01,1 roi'itsif ho!ri Noynn and;
ilr!, Z,uZZ
; ine aiufs would loiu; a spetuv ie-
I P eat of th- Huns all alon? the'
Xoyon front.
I" semliim :n the I'ru&sian Guam
to boater up th fast weakening
linn 1 . .. . U . . i .-, 1 , -j -
w... uunt.-i. ui r- n.ni-
. .an no..ps are seiecieu. i ovmi
I..;.. .. r , -. t. . . I I
u u 7 ' ,
i I if .-.lock litmus ho hid rer ed
I , . . .. ..
!ui the land oftensue
.... .. .
. i m- injop nower. r I
.f;i t n I 1 1 1 . i 1 j nrl t ii .0 'i-o
; ; ni;uiy t;i ls nf et ry o din a ry
with onlv a nar.dfui of men. hxw
' captured "a 0?rman trench. . .nre
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. S. DECORATES 24
Distinnuished Service Crosse?
- o - . ,
For Gallant Yankees.
1 1 ti-i ni t iiei.d .pw SttF;
I WASHINGTON. An?. 2. Dis-
i t.nguished serv i. e crosses for gral -
lantr.v in action have heen awarded
j to 21 more member- of the over -
stas forces'. Gen.
I'ershing an -
nounced in section F of his com -
! m unique for yesterdav, made public
,v the war department this after- ;
; noon. Three of t'e awards were j
J posthumous. Among the higher of- j
' tu ors honored weie: Lieut. .ol.
Krank II. Adams. Mai. George P.;
i ;oselle and
i lii;ebner.
'apt. Clarence
IF'
thers cited wa re:
Fieuts. James M. VV'ilson. in fan-
t!y: I'. Imngardt. lodd artillery;.
!Ward William Kucke,. aero rpiad
I ion; Sorgt. Albert S. Klea. M. G.
loY,en Ioiia?hue. marin-.:
. ,)a ui(f ljiy marines. anci pvt?. i
('i1( i'hrb
i.l?.,l.e.rv. infantry; James
: t': sn :.. !
"
j j i r.ctt
i F e a m . I
i A.: Louis IF llarkenrider. amba-
lance company: F. Fleming: fpla.'
. laton H. Moore ant Isaac a ll -
i v. infantry, and Kusene W. Wear.;
, run r ine.
i .... . .
1 1 he posthumous awards w-pve to
' .
i.ieuis. . naiies i . . napman. . .
fl "., and Leonaid V Hospin.. F. A.
F.. F. S ft., and Ser?t. Arthur F.
! Y a re. ma l ine
n
E
! M
. . r i i
I rt ft I I I 1 . I . rt in IM I n rt e r n- f
CyuldMUUi IN OdMlUIIHICIIl
: RiiilHinn Aro AilnnnH
' DUIIUIliy " L MIILyLU.
Itl'e; i..itl..n.-i New- se.-i"; e: i
WASH FNGT X. A ig. A.
-v eej.ing in v e-tiat pm into allece.i
rre gtianttes in letting contract8 for
TT
;the ..n-i'uction or ern totuoent for ( fix al'. a ;.- of f o, .-l -t a n -.
' bousing of drafted men all over;
hp Lrp.ted Sta;e was begun by the;JQ JLL HUN POLICY
'iii.ii'iiii.oii'i corps - u ' -1 o m m ii i r i
f th- senate miiitary affairs rone
rnittee this afternoon.
Ham F H ,1 c u . a .-ontractor k.
( ----- - ... j
,x inton- Hem. was tne p.rst w it-
ne-s He testified that after he had ,
evectitd a contract for the con -
'.i'.icTion on
t "a m r .lark'on. ,
I. v...,u de-
' mumoia. .-. . ., it was ,
'u'6'' gieath to enlarge the camp
ar'd the r.ew contract wa-- not gi
v en
to him . it to another com ein.
. , . .
Thf hang-' ;n , on ti a tor- co-?
c gov e r i; p.: r n ;
!;d.
1 1 1 1 (i i i a . c r p. o
uiriDi n cr-Dirn ir- pmtm
VVUHLU OCniLO IO VJIVCN
U. S. OFFICIAL SANCTION
'. a t rp' t pui.i . - v s Set i i :
F I NF IN NAT I. " . A ug. J ". Th !
v .p lu's. ba-ehaU -eries will he play- j
ed. Flaveisi of tile KeJ So and the'
' ibs u n don .: ed i v winner of the
p una tits ;n the,. -per-tiv leagues
i ,
e beer. r,Pt''.e.i -. their- draft
c.i ; d r o . e 1 r, ir s : - a t
v- will be
e .1 to fd.lv the e ; e , w h
U .' i
. . . . . . 1 . . ....
oi i m in- nri:r.
. I i ; i. ' p.c V ' .. - -. i I.
PA P. Is. A c J'P - Ma i ffa k"r
r-l a :.eufmant att ie hed t. He'.,
P r-h i n g's sta ff w ere MFoi-!c n-
j .red od v her. the: - a a to n.b: 1
' ' h e. i into a r. v a t and n r
1 . '-red . Th we.-e hutid to the
51 ound.
II IS 01
HONOR LIST II
STUMP 0
Sales of Savinq Certificates
Now Total 3601,655.338.
Alabama is Lowest
on Scale.
.
; it:U.rr,n nn, N. s-vi
.l UN ITO N
A i , ir. 'I . - s. ;.
' 'J I Ma 1 " S .1 nil ni' T .1 Ml t
h , , fl t.
. na f K;.-ed the Jv',i.llll,.ll,li mark.
'the HecMiiy d e r -i l T in1 lit a n iu u n. d
-
j this afternoon. Sa!- up tu Sunt
I MVjf III mi t 1 I I i.t'
, ,
' 1 1,1 " " '
- cn pUo" vH-edI Ts. Sit', "'
I he Tl c.isu i- M Ad. a n no i hi 'i t ii
Tn, .t,l( h.ivjlll. tn, ,mall
...... :. .. ... .
. . .......
itr i i ( . t i ,i r t t i . &iiiwi-i'iTiitii m'jwiiiiii.i i i.r i ii.i..i
I Ala i. a m a with $ " V
i Th
aifins; per apita
l ! lp
! tion t h ouqhO'it the l.'nitd State-
I oeim? $ .4:i.
! Honor of Maic.
i The nine states nan.ed in tlo
I "honor list" with a per 'apila sun -
scnption of more th,., v. are
Nel.raska. s, J :t 1 4 ::. U i. 4 j : l,.,e.
! t 2 .'.."'" 4 . 1 u ; Kansas, :? I 7.
i'i:F7M: li-tri,-t of irntn;,. i ::
::tl.ll'V.-,7: .ley.-.n. FT. 1 .;".7 ; ;
; South Dakota. $... F.'.Te1.'. 1 7 : Indi-
ana.
M I sso' n i. $
1 :.44..: 'hio. . F". I ni. :'!'. 7''.
' Among the su l-c t i ptions from
; other stiteare;
! Kentuck.v. ? 1 ::.":. ''!.: 1 : Ten-;
J uessee. J 1 u.o 1 ...;. 4 7 ; North 'ar
olina. 5 .7 1J.. S "7 ; Fouisiana. $;.-
S0t620 : Arkansas. tt. .::. t a:,
Mississippi. $;.; t . 1 F.' Florida.
:i.l 56. " IS. .,.: South Farolini. $ :. -
H7 S. 7: Georgia. ;. .:.. l l ..: l ;
Alabama. J,!'.1.i.4H'.F.
The subscription of other state
i a re :
We.t Virginia. I; Vw -
'. sinia. .. 4 4 7. 4 "te f ...
TO END RICE RIOTS
: Japail MOVCS tü BrCak POWei
! of Food Speculators.
i I at.; n . t i. t. i ' N.-w- c:y
WASHINGTON. Aug. 2F -Japan
! has taken steps to end the rice riot
; . . ' , ,
Advices received her todav indn ate
,
,t! at tn- government, is prepared p
.take over all stores of food-tufts.
: The n e has be.'ii cornered by spec-
iulators. these teporls sa. and thi--!
is the real reason why the rioting
was started. The price was forced
i op hevond the reach of the poor aiai
j the latter have s-iffered fiom famine
(Conditions This -ituation tiatura.lv
i bfoupnt ai-out bitter feeing an
; the ev entual rioting
' T!i Infiirmul ion u-ai lit: ' ' . i - 1 i
' .
. ...
j indicate- that the atifhontm- a,e
i n'",u ' rv I'-,'t'li '!'" !'::-
j not due to German n pa : : da
! I'lh'-r r ;s atti ibuted 'o the f a i::re
I of the higher ,-tr:cia i to r';il:zi Iis t
foodstuffs Wff- t.ejng cOttl-:rd bv'gpip'; d.-p:i' -p ':
the spe ilatots !t now s -xpe. tl '. Tl.. w . re :i,
, that Japan wil: a. lop a ger.ra!
pla n wheieuy t ,e go en ntif w',
IN REGARD TO RUSSIA
Ii.ieri,-ifin! - rt:. e
!,ol)' i.V. A .g A i in 1 1 a I
Paul voll iPn'.e ! pe " e . 1 1 . .-, n see) e-
:r i""1'" ;!''
i ci I. r 1 1 , 1 ,
: o a disii.it. h f cm
- lil''i da I
ii t o
;n rai!v Kvpies-. oXUP-ii
' ' J
I maKe a s '. e i n i o . i j -1 i e im-
i im i t a ni" e uu a "I I"; '-L !!!.--. r.e o: a
! '
j -tag v 1 1 1 1 : n I 1 . - i . e v
'.
ii'.' i
f ..(ir.'I l.l r iji e1'1'1 II
, ".-.--! -I.-.. . ".'. 1,- r.'.i'f.n.. 'tr .' .re
! ed o ! I". e . .fn: t , . . so von
j M ; n ? . e h .' s p : - t , . n f r "i , .-on -
' V.-'i(i' v-d!i t h kai-er a g- n r ä '
: headquarters-
;
THE WAR SITUATION TODAY
G.-n. I'ih Ii t-oiitinue. Ill-
lactic-, of hiting" into the .ei
iii.iti line- al iniMrtaiil ni.
The IVeiicli wmi dlut lxl.i
iHiitH iiimihti gain foi- .en.
Maiigin't Iiki- on the I ."
mile fr. ill lh on C.ulepoiil
ami I oiilrn . where thev
fr u U foi'aai.l e-iei da v . Li-t
night tht CiiiitiiUil the vil
lage of as-n. 'I In- LicimIi
ciiof'-. in lhi efr. which Ii.
nort h el f d--on-. i- mak
ing the German hohl abmg iho-i-nr
n ln-iir.
Iu h .auclrrj reu. Ilaig'.s Km-
Expect 79,000
Soldiers From ,
Newest Class
i Inf:'!! ifi'i'i! " f .
. W.SilliV:viN, A ;- - a r-
':ed 'Nt:iiw if :h- r i1-; r ,i : ;
! ! A : J 4 of nursir tn w n r.
i -i-hd th-;i- .'! '.irthd.iy
liin .", 1 v 1 , and or .'."for- .
' ,
ti. .
: '''ThJ'V-iia-c ' ;n ;..: .,,v-.
Alabama. ' ." . A r70ii.t, -:' 1 .V r
: KaiiMS. t'aliforni.i. .' . T . :
.'olorado. 1 . "1 4 ; 'oiint- tieut.
! Df la ware. . lim :ct of ::. ; ,
F'ondn. l.rt'. deori.i. ' -i t s .
; idaho. !!!:n:s, :,'. i r.d; üm
, l -,.".; low a, .- v ; . K.ir.-i-. J 1 .
' -
.i 1 1 1 ..1 r i .
n 1 1 1
: Mamp. Mh - a !.:. ....
..
MH. - - .M :i ;.- !5v ... ! : hi.iu. " -
' . -. . .. m. .:
.H Ulli' 1. .- '. . -l. -- --'
'1 . n 4 H : Missouri :... : .Mnt.i .
.- ad.i . ' .
V Ä l ' U 1 1 n I , l k I 1 A ' t ' . ... I . j-. .
. . , . v. ' , v
- " ' ' ' " ' "
I ' ' 1 ' r ' ! n : . ' " " . N i : h
; I Vi k o-a . 1 .f. . hi. ' . . -
, hm, r 4 p...,.
; ..' . ' ,- - .. i . , .v.-
....
s'o ith 'a o! ina . .'.1
ia. 1 . T ' 1 ; T-n !!--
. S : 1 1 i I'.iM'.
T.'S:' : I'tah. . :. .. ; .'rmo.t . ".n
; Virginia. :.Jtr. U'a-!, in ct ..n. '
j x. ashinct on. :.M W.-t n -:n.
i--4"- V"i- oi.-m. 1. I . otn;n
' - '
1 ; A , !!
f 'hi 1 -'F"1 I. ' or i.f i n f he
indicated f.-'ai i e-.-tr.i r r m, . i; ; e
' .miated ious:h: tha a ... : : ' t:c
,vn! or appt ovimate'-. . ,- ,
a v m i ia iii f or , !a ss op...
. . .
D COSTS Ü
I"!
I.J
j of j Qf jrQ Cl-iro, CQ Pnrror
Ldllolldo OIlUVV 0 rerCClU
' R3 ISG in F'VC YearS
' "
. I ii I i n .i I ; " ii .! ! e Sen i e :
lllIVf'TilV i , , .. l ..... '
. "l . 111. 'Xtl II. . I.T-l.lt'
fr. üri,-e have in.p.,,,,1 l ;,
I cent in the last ea r and f. m . -n:
i' the last live yf-at"-. a depai tir.ent
of !al.(i- slatisti. .1! i eport issued t.-
j day sll(vs. The gt e., text im t -as.-s ii.
.prices for the last v a- w ere in nef
and lien-'. The i h'-'ip'!' cuts of ;.;'
j went up '' cents, showing s,'!'.i!'t
advamres than sir bun s.ik-. Hep.
t
T ,.-r a,'::'
-'1 fA
: percent and nope advanced less th.ci
! ."oi per- ent. Me.il ;s lip-he: by I
Ipejcent. pofatoev. in", percent; la:
I'M perc.'üt. and '.....-. ft .. ii-pi
Th e a v e j a a o- t of f
ni'll i !i '
f ill ee per. e i) I in i
i e , a -: u . i ii n .
CZECHS FALL BACK
Re(jre q (JSSUlM River tü
Mvvan neirnurctjmenis.
.
, .,I.,,, N,..w
!pt...N. A..:
S'.o ,i. ;...- :c ,,...,
; f,.; , e.i p, ,.:pe ,.r, "
. ae.-oi dini: r. a r. I
. I ' . I c' I i
1 ml a :-. :p he r " 1
i..pape.-' e.r
e n I O P. e 'I ' e .1
Landed d
- ' f i I i :
. 1 e 1
iX COmI F,RST
1 . pr-i :. 1 1 a. i.;.. Nu- .
i WAstflNTP N X . H
t ni-iiiiisi'' r i e.-. : . . . . i ..- '..
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e f o e rp.-i-
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j t.efot ho r i e ?
J -.f''r- fo- ' a : :'
p " - I
l . - : i 1 o n
1 l-Ii Hoop-. 011111110- in l..aia--
he 1 nenn . Huring ll- night tlo-Itiili-li
UiHip- pu-bi-l their
lint- lo'vvaiil al u'iiv l.ciipiiti.
ocpfiifiiig 1 prion.-i - in h.
opt ialion. I he I'.rifl-li tun of
lii ,'ll-4. lepolliil lllal In 11
llaig'- nun have aliio.l in
lh -lor ImIvoi'ii lh- hnw
11. 1 Lv- river-. I he f.eiinan
have fx--ii f rt-. ling all almig
llie line in thi- --.-t..r and lh
lailv cain 11 nii.'iiii. c.l l ilie
Itrili-h var ..fto-e -Ik that
Gn. Haig 1 not jlb.wiiij ih
ninn in iiiaU- .iii iii.v mi.
UOÜ V1.
FOE'S FORCE
Gen. Maiifjin's Advance Bo-
twecn Aisne and Oisc Con
tinues More Prisoners
Are Captured.
LONDON, Auq. 20.
Bellefontaine and Courcil
have been captured by the
allies it was announced to
day. I'A :: :s . : v . :
Fi
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