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TF T?VE N I N G H, EDITION w :rt. r'.'. VOL. XXXV, NO. 294. fA Y AND Nir.nT rfLL LEASHD winn inU'jitArmc sr.uvici: SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1918. A NEWSPAPER FOR THF, HOME. WITH TlfF. AWh, NKWS. price TTo czstt a?2 G3 .a Hi i I 1 ' iUUlnH -4 TIMES A Q pra I .PI IM ss 1EP rr ;-SFi on - U wj 4g y ü d i!l Ii lu 1 i -3 Uroler BRITISH TAKE M III GERMANS Counter Attack of Enemy Is Beaten Back as Allies Steadily Advance To ward Schedlt River. INImN, u,t. Thr thnu- j-. u I rl.oiier.s were captured in the Lghting north of I,e Cattau on .Sun day, the British war ortiee announced today. I.e r.up vi ir; v.,st cf Carnhrui.) The Ji r it i.-li arc advancing north of iHnain, wlieri' they are in con tact with the enemy. A German counter attack de- eloped during the evening at ll'Hiiieres, hut it was ,atn e)t"f xinl th' Ih ltl-h ar' a ppro.if hin th'' Iinv of th SeheM riv?r north of Toumal anl .t. Am and to th .south. ( Kotnlere Is 1?. iniJrs northeast f Canif'lai. St. Amarid i3 16 lulled imii th'.i.-t of houai. AlthuiiHh thp S IU river wa.s run DiiiL )h tan",; i.i-m1 to tho east- rn Larilvs in th- ln-avy tiihtinK' that 1 :vtr,I thi o !;)ioiit Sin:. Jay. Th tft. "i tiif war oir.fp report si: 1 "Tin thotsanl prion-rs wen ! ; pttirrl st rtiay nrth of L. ' 'a'tu. i "A iITinan Monitor .-itl.trk lnr- ' inir tli- at Ito!ni-T-s va- r i 'at'T. off. j lak SlMil lv;m "V arc a!an-in north of Iun-: n. w liT'' u e art- in c ontact with ti-.. fiit'tny. ' "W'v ar n ppro.ic'ninir St. Amarnl, :r:.i tht- lie,.- of tin.- sYhoMt ri.r' nort!: of Tournai. n Surnla nicnt on the Seile river enemy pu-iloni w i re.-olute- '. !ei'rnl"1. Tlr w-.stlier nnfa o: .i hut !h :iwhi:n- was h-.t throughout th.- !.!V. Isiit.' the fl,i(i..'.l edition if the streun t.mks p.-"ii to the e.it rn t-.nk earlv in tiw hunt intr." The S':iin i n. ht i!.::ik. .ul.1pc- : ii th" He lu.'.i i. n rVoj.t his pf.i'. Z tu'.-ch.i r .in..! iioln'v .itz. t! Ser :.n war '!!.' e a r.n !i 1 t...; .y. !;.-r n t ; . w : '. " 11 11 - out h-. ! : : .; . n', !. i- - ' .'. !."S ji.t s 1 1 h w o.' ..;-- t ! . r. It is v-.o:!',. . p. !. ; :v :'-ri: i n;e! i w ;!-, ai ;' t . i 'a f Ii :ti i h- I . t h- i f t . : nit i- :.': 7"' !.-.;' : : the A.:s .:..m i : i -f I a in tlie i W au h -t ' l:l:i's south of t a I ! 1 1 .i : i ; ( n I i ; MIO CAMPAIGN CUT SHORT BY EPIDEMIC , ' V - s, ; w. , - I :' i:i . a ! : : l . Wi--. ' v f i i ; ". ! . t t ' : : 1 ' . v 1 if m i : :' : ' ' ''i i t i ; a t h -h-'i t .: ; .'.'!.': : r t !. t ::: 1 !:;: i N le ' - i s of b..!h p . ft as i-a ve f r : ; . . (!...- !:;.-1 f t'i- . .a : t ",ir-.t of the j h l h l - s w p : -. ; i !.,- i ; ; : ' ! i a ; i : : t i.e : .. r c..tb.- ... ,, v '.i. i ; f . : w . .it - -.v. 1... ! . I ' e to be i: : 1 !1 ' ' I ' ' ' !r . 't ' i b - l3-fe- t it; ' 1 f ? : ! -1 1 : .': ; : . . t ! i : i t I t : " ; . - t . -r i- er t v. , - .- v! -a .;: ..-!. - . 1. ' Tb ' : s :ti . c. . - v o h er. wr . . .:! of ta- c'..o: PAPER SEES SEPARATE PEACE FOR AUSTRi;. V !. : ! '. I . ' '. . ' t The - : - ' ': i - .t r : i : ev. r. r: -; c to '' i " " ' y '. " i ' The -'. . - ' i ' i". ' : ' . r a ,a;:--.;!Mre h i .... . .. : ; . -:; . ' t h r t c r. - . ... v ,-) r". m , it v ivU .:. ,:.v;hf JlsKdtwu. U Boc Huns Continue Shelling Yankee Field Hospitals ' Doughboys Say It's Safer in Front Line Trenches Than in the Ambulances. , iiv hi:kt iH)iu. I Internntion.il Nph Service: with Tin: amkiiican army iXOIITHWKST OF VKHIM.'N, Oct. j 2 ( 1-Iiyed.) German artilltiy continually shells American lress I intr stations, hehl hospitals and am- Imlante In the litthtini: are.i north ! west of Verdun. Some of the douh j hoys s aid they felt .safer in the first i line trenches than in American itm j Nulam.es Koin back from the tiring ' line. I SerKt Herbert Huff. Philadelphia. formerly a shipping clerk, hut now In the ambulance section, eaine in j from the Arv:onne forest district, ! Mtu-ared with mud, and his eyes red from lack of sleep, hut enthusiastic ;ever the tiphtln? spirit of the Yan- I keeH. DENMARK ASKS H'.'! TO CARRY OUT L.tATY ON SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN Internutinn.-tl New h Service: AMSTKHIUM, Oct. 21. Sweden is MipjiortlnK Penmark in th re- ipieit of tlie latter country for a plebiscite of the peoples of northern Schleswig-Holstein for f-lf deter mination, according to atUicea re ceived here from Norway. In the treaties of through which Denmark ceded Schleswig Holstein and IiurenturK to Prussia there was a provision for a plebis cite to determine whether the people of Schleswig-Holstein preferred al legiance to Denmark or to Prussia. The plebiscite never has been taken, but Denmark, according to cable ad vices, has noticed tlermany that the present government of Denmark desires to see the terms of the treatv carried out. BOLSHEVIKI THREATENS REPRISALS ON FAMILIES OF ARMY DESERTERS Itden üti-'P'd News Servle: WASHINGTON. Oot. 2 1 . Herause of the increasing numher of deser tions from the bolshelk arniie, the Pussian revolutionary leaders are thteateninc reprisals on families of -Obliers who leave. A Moscow dis patch reached the state department today dated Oct. 10. which stated that iiwimr to the cr at number of !escrt ictis tlie Trotzky order of Sejt. ::a was to he enforced to the let ter." Thw ..rder directed all bol shevik commanders to Include with the names of de.-erters the names nd addre.s of their families, so that the latter micht be made re sponsible for the failure of their rel atives to perform military duty. BELGIANS AT HOLLAND FRONTIER IN THE NORTH HAVBI'. Oct. -1. On the north ern end of the I'landeis front th I Vidians have reached the Holland frontier, the Belgian war otäce an nouTw d Sunday niuht. I'.uth-T south the Belgians ha .,..!. e.l 1 kilometres (between 12 i 1 : tr.ibs east of Brüses, lit- : ..'..tr -'ral more illaces. i . e ;!.-.e of Merkerke. Maldehem. k'r 1 a :d Aeltre has been ctos-ed . n , ,n . --ire prisoners and much ., . r cVi'lir. ; a number of cannon i i ...! l.iia .ns. hae been tak en. . I D M I.sH M. H AH; ' ovtiit i ri. ri :s mtiTiMi Mi VNK OV DV.( I WIT I! BltllSH ARMY v ri: '.vi:stei:n rattm: . i : - -Kiey i ! th- -trit'sh com i r. 1 -. ' - c '. f sent ' i . t a 'he ''Vv.r.'.ir.b ,if b ;i; ...-h .! . Americar s. -. y:n.: th h- ,esir- d t i t -y ta the oTb--i .är.d me f the r.'.nkj In u e.-'.atbvi f heir " magnificent ;u..hti"s which e::uh'.e-i 'hr.i. asaint rcv.e;ful resistance, to adancv n.cre th.in 1 mi!s and ''tke mere Than 6.000 prisoners sine Srpt- 2"." to us EH! BEGIi BELGIAN GUI Antwerp Soon to Be Free of Boche Trapped U Boats Are Sent Overland. International New Service: IOMX)N Oct. 21 (1 p. ni.) Hritl.h tnmps luivo -iitcri-l Tour via i. an lmHrtnnt (criuan hax in lU-lslum, 11 miles east of Ullc. Only tlirxv miles M'paraK Hit llritlsli from the Vult'iuliiii-H-Illrson railway one of llc most lmiMrt4int lliu-s of iiitiiUnlntloti on tlr wcstoni fnnt. INkIi ground ni.Ht of i ho SlIo rlvor Is now In HrltUh handv. 1i.NPON, Oct. 21. Evacua tion of Antwerp by the Germans has neen besun. and tboats tnat were trapped by the allied rush are heinu sent back to Germany overland, according to a correspondent of the Dally Kxpres on the Belgian fron tier. The warehouses at Antwerp are beinfr stripped and at least 3 3 submarines are beinc sent out on trains toward Germany. Airplanes are beinp sent to Düsseldorf. Pefore the Germans evacuate all of the I 'landers coast the Solvay pohson Kas factory and enormous quantities of ammu nition were blown up by shell t;re. Heay cannonading can be heard on the Dutch frontier from the region of Kecloo, said a dispatch from Sluis today. American and Colonial troops and heavy artillery have been concentrated there, the dispatch added. Kinpr Albert has arrived in Bruges. The Germans who reached the Dutch border tire said to have destroyed the frontier, barrier. NOMINATIONS SENT TO SENATE BY PRESIDENT Ititern-itlonnl News Srtlce: WASHINGTON. Oct. 2i. The president sent the following nnm Irations to the senate this after noon . Major cenei a Is. Bullard. To be generals to be lieutenant Hunter Ditett, Itobert 1. assistant sarceon pnh'ic health service Dr. Bertrand Harle Roberts. To be clerk o court for China. f the United State .lames P. Connellt of Omaha. Neb. To be I'nited States attorney for the district of Omaha. Edward C Ibty. Helena, .Mont. To he captain in the coast suard. First Lieut. Philip II. Scott. To be first lieutenant in the coast cuard. Second Lieuts. Wale. A. Ben ham, Kaymond L. Jack. 311 INFLUENZA DEATHS IN CHICAGO ONE DAY Inter l nti nil New Service: t'HBWOo, ct. 21. Deaths at 'tributed t" inuen7a and pneumonia for the past 24 hours in Chicago ! were reported at "1! by health offl ( c'.als. who announced that the epi 1 dertlc is movir.L southward. anI hat th southern half of the city n expect an intensified siee of he rnilady thi week. Vaccine In lartiTy sirTient to Inocu- ' :te lric.öön persons has Nen r- elved t.v the rltv from D-. E. C lioser.ow. it. crei'or. of the T,,r I'tother-i' foundation at Rochester. .ti.n. FRENCH REPORT HEAVY ACTIVITY BY ARTILLERY PART?. Oct. : 1 i Nnn 'Th -'gV.f w.a ni irked by heavy artillery !:ictlv:ty ttweer. th Serre and Aisr.e rlvcf." th war orT.ce anno'.inced tod.T.- "Tn Ixrralne r.r.d Alsace, in- carsior intr the enetry' lines en abled " s to take some prlsrr. i "The rieht was calm on the rest of the front," Stop Germans Rushing Fresh Troops to Stop Americans Huns Bitterly Contesting Yankees' Advance iNorth of Verdun to Cover Retreat. lDternation.il Neun Service: IiOXno.N, Oct. 21 (12:05 p. m.) Americans have t.tiil)Iisliel ix bridgehead on Iho Otnlo Caolo rhcr, utioiit sl miles west of (Jhcnt, according to infornuition rotvived here this :iftomHn. International News Service: j WASHINGTON, Oct. 21. The j Germans are rushing many divisions j from other parts of the western i front in an effort to stem the ad vance of the' American troops north r f ar.lnn -i n .1 1 . i KMii-n Via - - t I of tho Hun forces. (Jen. Pershing re ported to the war department today in his communique for Oct. 20. "During the heavy fighting dur ing the past wek north of Verdun. the enmmllnlnllo v:trtej "we VinVo drawn from other parts of the west- j e: . front a constantly increasing numh?x of German divisions which are. t '.ter.ly conteytlncr every foot against our Mrnnlr attack in order to secure th retreat of the German army, the jos1tion of which has , been compromised by the attacks ; from the sotith and west." v t Went of the Meuso, Gen. Per.hln ' reports, American troops have con- j tinued their pressure on the enemy. . "East of Bantheville." he stated, j "In the course of fiphtinp In thp Hols : des Rappes, we captured more than j 100 prisoners. On the entire front i of Verdun there has been heavy ar- tillery an machine pun fire. Several i counter ..i'aeks have been thrown back with heavy losses to the i enemy." j EE C IS DYNAM Edifice Destroyed After the Pastor Had Been Warned Against Use of German. IntTnntion.il News Service: DECATl' B, Ind.. Oct. 21 Trus tees of the German Lutheran church at Schümm, .. today offered a re ward of $200 fr Information lead Ins to the arrest of dynamiters who early Sunday morning destroyed the church building. The authorities today declared j that Rev. fe-orce Myers, pastor of ;the destroyed church, had been j warned that unless he discontinued I delivering his sermon in German, 'and unless that teaching of German I in the parochial school was discon tinued "something would happen" i to the church. The dynamiters after destroying the church Sunday morning tied in an automobile. No trace of them has been found as yet. EXPLODING ENGINE COSTS TWO LIVES GrIA'Mnt'S. O t. 2 1. Bxi.losion of a Baltimore and Ohio railroad 'engine here killed Henry Hall. 3 ; years old. engineer and Harry Par , sham. 2 7 years old. tiremn. both of i Newark. O . wrecked eight ox cars land tied up traffic or. the line for 10 hours on the Baltimore and Ohio ' line for 10 hoursh and on the Nor folk and Western, adjacent track? 'for three hours. The engine was 'pulling 10 freight cars at the rato of hetween 2 T, and 4'" miles an hour iwhn tlie explosion occurred. INFLUENZA GRIP AT CAMP SHERMAN LESSENS; f ntrnntifr.! New Sert ice : ! rOEFMBt'S. (.. Oct. 21 While, or.lv a few cases of in.unza are being rep'orte amor.it th soldiers p.t Camp Sherman. thi"se in the base1 hospaal are for the most part rapid- : ly recoering. it is reported. Physi- 'cians predict th.it the total d-aths from ir.ttuenza nr. 1 pneumonia at the am;l will not exceel 1.1 0 . The p.ve deaths reported during the last 2 hour brought the total casjal- uea up to 1.0::. Attacking REFUGEES Fl HOWIES RUENEO BY THE BÜCHES Wanton Destruction of All They Hold Dear Causes Reaction Among the Liberated Folks. BY JOHN T. IWftKKKSON. Ilitern.'itl'Hial News Serlee: WITH THE BBIT1SH ARMY ON THE WESTERN FRONT, Oct. 21. The story of the German occupation of Belgium and northern France, which Is now coming tu liffht in all of its horrible details, is the story of countless numbers of old men. women and children in bondage lor four years. Thousands of the Hutter ers died from starvation, other thousands, mostly boys and girls, contracted the frightful whitu plague as the result of lack of food und nourishment. A two days' tour of the new hat tie front, mingling with the tears and unprecedented and almost un natural Joys of these poor people, left an impression never to m for got ten. After leaving Arras we visited numerous towns to the eastward, many of which show no outward tugns of spoliation. iUntrtion is Setting in. Seeing the happy, smiling faces of the liberated civilians we absorbed their spontaneous enthusiasm at first. It was like visiting a new world after traveling miles and miles of devastated country tilled with shell holes, twisted and torn barbed wire, shattered trenches and pill boxes all that is left of towns and cities which are now memories. But un derneath the surface it is not a new world. While the martyred people are the happiest, over their deliver ance, they also are the sadden. The joy of their liberation came upon them so suddenly that they are drunk with it. But the reaction, aft er their long bodib and mental suf fering is setting In. Ileum's art' Wrecks. I saw thousand?, yesterday, and today, tramping from I.ille and other congested cities into which the Ger mans had sent them, back to their picturesque homes. Then I saw them enter these homes to rind them strip ped of everything dear to their hearts. Homes to outward appear ances were just as always but with in they were a veritable bedlam of disorder. Family pictuies had been cut from their frames. Beds had been wrecked. Mattresses had been ripped. Carpets had been torn to shreds. The leather had been cut from all chairs. The vails and the Jloors had been wantonly disfigured. Cooking utensils, silverware and everything valuable had been stolen by the invaders. The homes were not homes they were wrecks. An obi woman stopped me. She wrunc my hand and wept copiously and she led me to the onl' room in her home where an undistigured picture hung on the will. It was a picture of Christ. She looked at it. then turned and wiping her tears, tried to smile. At the moment a de tachment of English soldiers march ed by. They were sintring Dixie. She rushed to the w.ndow. waved her hands and shouted: "God bls- you, this is the hnppbst day of my life." In one mall town there were only four a pte-war population th.it I visited people left of of five thou- sa n d . With an American captain main taining a liaison with the British forces. I lined on English ration with half the population of another town. APPEAL FOR KAISER'S ABDICATION CAUSES A SENSATION AMONG HUNS I ntornnf iri:il .Wws Servi. e: eriPF.NMAr.EN. Oct. -t. A sen sation has been cause 1 in fjermany by the direct appeal of the Frank ish Tagf-s; P.mr to the kaiser to re-lrn. acc-or-iing to information flt,m Berl'i today. Accord'.ntr to earlier adices othr Herman papers In addition to the Franki-che Tage- p,.t h;d called upon the kaiser to abdicate. Yank Observer Escapes Boches by Parcichute Leap Former Reporter, Attacked! by Eight Huns, Reaches Ground Without Scratch. ! Internations 1 News Service: WITH THr: AMERICAN ARMY NORTHWEST OF VERDUN, Oct. 21. Eieut. Sam Moore of Spring field. Mass., and formerly a reporter on the Springfield Union. wa at tacked by eight boche aviators while on balloor observation duty .on th ArKonne-Meuse front, and escaped safely by a parachute leap. The lieutenant was constantly under tlie tire of the enemy aviators while the parachute was descending, but ho did not receive a scratch. It was the second time he had been forced to hap for his life from a balloon. One American Soldier 0verj seas Has His Dream Come True. by bi:ut roun. Iiitern.itien.'tl News Service: W NO I with the amebiuan ARMY RTH WEST OF VERDUN (de- ,ed, oct. 2o.-Bugier "Biiiy lay Smith, of Sumter, S. C a former pujilist. breezed into the back room of an over-natronized French cafe on the edge of the battle zone, The place had the atmosphere of the Eatir quarter. Around a giant table sit French and American soi - diers and newspaper correspondents by his hi:nkie, Pvt. Arthur Lensing. 1 of Wisconsin, and Pvt. George W. Hinton, an artilleryman and the son of an automobile dealer in Hope.! Ar- . u , 5, I Smith placed a bundle on the ta- j hie. which he opend. revealing three j dozen mtddy oysters wrapped in an I old copy of the Kehn de Paris. j lrvamol Alxut I'.m. At the sight of the oysters Smith's i merry blue eyes bulged. "My, but how I have been dream ing about you. my beauties," drawled ; the bugler, addressing tlie bivalves. . while everybody else around the J table grinned. ! "I used to close my e es out there in the front line and picture myself : ninrV(inp' u leninn nr l.limnninti; nn the half shell coering a platter as .i.-. IC....V, ....... .....I... ii- m I would dream I was dipping into an ovster st4. I reckon I would fac 4u boche batteries to get oysters or a broiled lobster. While I was in the line I sA-ore 1 would annex some oysters the nrst day I got leave of absence if T had to spend a year's I ay for half a dozen of them." Bugler Smith produced a rusty jack knfe and tried to open the shell?, to th amusement of th? poilus. but failed. Iyenslng got out an old eork screw and had better succes. IisniiKr in (iuli. Hinton all owed that he 'w asn't keen foi- oysters, but cornpronnsed bv eatintr two co ered with French mustard The other m oysters disappeared a'r-ompanied h- swift gulps. While still smacking hi lip. Smith sa riled the Frneh waitress 1 by calling for a. meal. Hi order. ; amonc ether things. wa for a dozen I eggs, for thre Three hef st-aKs I)0j. and side orders of roa! I! BUT 101 IE LOVES GYSTERS French fried potatoes, tomato salad. Ul ,1WI 1 ,k, l" ,irK'A,Jl,u' . a ......,! .u.aCtfrmany. That nation can i uri .tin, .Miu ii n iiiii.i, -!.-- iii.ii w9 Kri(nP rnnr.il lAoce tn th nan. try." I While waiting for th- men!, Smith I addr'-.wd th correspondent: ' "We tecldeil to have a a r.'-juJ. i Armv chow is f.rst class, but you ! know how a fellow likes a hang evt n from home cookir.g. Well. I deejded som- t!r.e !.ack that, .'is a fellow rpv-r kr.ows l.ow n.any da;, s or even hours he h- left In hi.- ,if,e that T v-ouh! spend rr.v spare hours ar.d char.ee just eating. I never did ....... - CONTINUED UN PAGE EIGHT.J n si SPAR E PR VATE PR 0 PE R Pi Forecast of Note Savs Alleatior. Crueltv on Land and Sea Arc Strongly Denied by Huns. Internnti''nnl News Service: LONDON, Oct. 21. (3:10 p. m.) Germain, in ii plv to Pres't Wilson's latest peace note, accept: armistice conditions laid down by Pres't Wilson and a,c;.v to leave the procedure to the judgment of the miiiian chiefs, said a dispatch sent out by the Germar; wirelev this afternoon. The information received today i believed to be the of ficial text of the German reply as it comes ro-m the Ge: man government wireless station at Nauen, near Herlin. Germany protests against the allegations i illegal an." inhuman actions by the German land and ..a forces. The note declares that the answer to I'rcv'i Wilson a,.: the German oiler of peace comes from "a -owrnmeiD j free from arbitrary and irresponsible inline: I by the overwhelming majority of the Genn ! Strict instructions have been issued bv troops to spare private propertv, said the noic. u c iU rr-,-.-, ,,',-,,-;... 11 denies that the German na (u. in a, n.cv ; purposely üestrovea ntepoats The German government, j ders to all submarine commanders precluding the jn f paSSeitr Ships, j t 1 It was stated, however, thai tile German govern .was um,e q u-uanmtee the Older iVaC'lil! .ill CoP::; erS. st r-vi COPcNHAGcN, OCt. 21. IflVijeiOr Kail oi IwlA will proclaim Hunearv an independent -täte imd;: 1 . j CrOWIl Vlthlll a iCW daVS, Said a dl.-PllCll Ii ill 1 ) i ! C P fhis afterilOOll Karl is king of Hunaria U. S. OFFICIALS WASHINCiTON, Oct. 2 1. : ply to Pres': WiNon'v iiio-i rcccn O rlTltCtl'j ("mJ ill. iiu' bii I b.in J- iave ,een enl t() aj Ul1,i? t , property , ,- ' louiij i;i;ji.ik ir.iiik!'. In the absence ct the .::Iciai peCte.j to arrive ill Washili K !l ' refllSej to uisCU5 the term u on,n, ancJ ,n:uj t t ' ' said until the text had hee:: ' phaized, it would he up lo :l:e pre-ide:u It was predicted that the Carman :.- !,' ; within a rev.- hours and that .in a. i dealing with the attitude the United S.i'. I sued. It wa admitted at the state dep.u r,c. sion of the German reply had heea receive. '. it was the same text r which the Lend'.' . oriieials would a nothing I U i 1 i cial text had been received they 1 announcem en t ct an;. -partmen.. N Icnv Irl. :r;;;ais who a:- in portion to know all that i transpirir.g 'Aith::i the KOvernin-nt airain t.''!.i- r-ic-r- j ated that the pr--.'.d-nt will not ,f with have ' ' V OHly On the term- already thorized. And there will no ce- sation of th military operations til s'ich guarantees as have f-n de cided on by th stjprern" w.ir coun cil at Versailles have beert gien. All of the Information reaching1 Wah incton today simply emphaiiied the seriousness of the crisis wi:.:Jn 'ier many. The r.cwKpa per ha.ve dllded along peace and war line but the 1 ma-oril ar oi-ni ? t .r. j rendition are t,uch that the Kov- ernment rr.ut make the be:-: terrr. oLtainatle. Incidentally, all news S In h no, simPoruM i e 1 1 1 1 . t . i ana tne nve a paseiKe adds the note, ha isved r, and emperor nt ARE fKEPTICAL a. a f,.- t:i v 1 1 1 , r j! r;' i .x :i j.il ix. ill !'ei' 1 ' - f 1 1 ' v.:. reference Iii 1 1 -aid. it ARMY u PR 'uly would re rorth-rra ;"tp-r.. both : ar- rA'Ar.k: ir. a:y and r.a.al "Ilen-." Mut F.Mi'alu ti t are derrnnd- thnt Plri.tfi urg. Eu ler.dor a r. r , i of th- ,th 'hr"es f a few -i--'rr. s hWO If Cr: pelb-1 to explain wJ . iom!M t h l 1 bv th- --.vo- IT J? i ? r ' '. iJ,,at- he. tK perte w o'jI 1 b h'. e not be-n kej. according to th-e the jro". ernment w t'J hne a dirrlcul: task pr vrA'.r.n -b.". rislr.tcs If th r.r'.v ;.-c- ; t '.. i -jected by tr.e lrdtt 1 S'-t- -.-i' ). a'.li IeCH : slcb-re 1 1 . w :h:tt the ri'.te, v ' rrcti"'- !, C a f . c e i ' 1 ' ' I hinted .t :i 1 1 . '