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Tndhin Y'r.'.r to-ib-h. Ttfsjvj ovorraff, r'O:- Irr ;?..! " . t 1 TT. t. ' '". !; i r i.'f ' -.;: I t - 1 er M i lii.ra.ti '-.- ; T !iy !.t- : ' - t t 1 r v r in ;-r r. j rrvE n i n g L EDITION WK in VOL. XXXV, NO. 350. DAY AND NKJHT FULL UIASKI Wllin TIILL'iUAPlIIC SKKVHJK SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, MONDAY, DEC. IG, 1918. A NKWM'AI'F.li FOR TUT. IluMH. WITH ALL Tili: Luv AI. NLWS. PRICE THREE CENTS fö Tb nn QPlr A3 vv; tu, 0 L. JF u ! n ü - t t u u ü 1 1 t J f i tu U LI U u u vis vr i ü J Ls & zS Im, 1 1 uCi I I j Im II d f i 11 1 n n ii u u U üb AflfPr A II i i ' I k 4 f . J SOUTH BEND'S 309th TRENCH MORTAR BATTERY BACK TO UNITED STATES DEC. 23 9,000 YANKEES ARRIVE HOME Ol LEVIATHAN Portuguese Form Government for Emergency Period FRENCH DECLARE II REIT S CHARGED U. S. International News ScrvFe. i WASHINGTON. Doc. 1C. A pro visional government, headed by Ad- ; miral Cant'TMro, secretary of the navy and ;ictlne secretary of Matr.jHjgh CommiSSiOfl AttflbUteS has hcen formf! m Portugal as th Mighty Transport Brings Back: r"PUlt of the assination of Dr ; , . , . . i Sidonio I 'a president of Portugal, j Largesi rumuer 01 boi- Charges to Enemy Propaganda. dicrs Thus Far, Getting Great Greeting. In Lisbon at midnight Saturday, the? ! state department was ollk lally In- j formed this afternoon. Several leaders of opposition International Nes Servier: WASHINGTON, Dec. 10. "There forces to the paes government havo;is no sucn lhinr as -trench rent, " r-een arrested and put in prison in w ..vnl-. in,.,i in :. statement issued ! lit) n.itiii;il m Servi-e i.orisvn.i.1-:, u.. nn-. n;. A afleraiii ri-o-lved lien- li lr. V. It. M. oiinell. uilo of a lieutenant in the ::oMh Treiteh Motai- IUttei. which Is com. po-M-d of Soinii r.fiwl soldier''', ..lid lh.it the orliiiatiou will iurlc in the l ulled Male Dee. It Is now on the liih sen.s proliuMy li.ill' wny aei-o-, it i- hardly i-ovible that any of the men fit it Ik lionif fp l'iirlt ivnis as Ihey are nnall held lO da)s in quarantlii!' at the pi t of ie-liarkatlon. an effort to Identify all those im plicated in the assassination, the ad- j vires to the state -department fur- ! ther said. Wilson Tells French Their Honors Belong to American People President Delivers Stirring Address to Brilliant Gathering of Notables at Reception at Hotel Deville, Cradle of French Liberty. iU.S. OWNERSHIP pnojfiD prw L00ISLllRGErrTIL" !"nLrf! ; HOUSEPRQGHAM- SEIILtffill rfiSUI H R rw R Mk rm m ä. trtm P-w I n n 1 i i: i.rii N mtiN.s IIOMi: tt.ooti YANKS. illtTII.ltioll.il N't'H" Sl !.' LONDON, Dec. H). Political un 1 rest in Portugal is a'ain threatened as a result of the assassination of Dr. Sidonio Pars, president of th- repulilic. at the Lisbon railway sta tion on Saturday nlRht. : Pres't Pnes was shot three tinier i and the assassin was immediately lynched by a crowd, said advices from the Poitu'uesp capital today. Dr. Paes went into olJice on the crest of a revolution last June and . one previous attempt had hern made ! to kill him. -M.w KU, lee. lh. lllf !n"'t ' i'iipoln spectaele New York has , L .v it ne.-sed since American troops le-I J -.til te arrie here from o eisea , U j ttepded the f ! ! a 1 tf)tliV of tile :.ishtly triiiisport Leiathan. for . i-ly the 'ateiiand. with ii.nno of-; , rs and men. towanl herl Stea min. nvi.iM iv a lly dock in Hol.nken. tlie crreat liner' v.ts greeted by thousands of spec- i tators who had athrd at I'.attei:.' i'iik, ahmt; the j.-rs. y shores and; a the windows and on roofs of ilo'A MtoW'll skMT.lp(M'S. j The -r at tran'-port was n:iieiall' ! .-i-oite.J bv the police beat patrol.! Aboard the patrol was the poli e band, and as the Leviathan passed 1 etv fii the Hatterv and th Statue i f Liberty, the musicians struck, up "The Star Spangled I'.anner." snowstorm of I i-atlicrs. i m med i it ly every soldier aid sailor who crowded the hip: liner's spacioue ded- t'irned his face to ianl the Statue of Liberty and stood at ritfid attenti,!) until the anthem wac finished, vvhib- ti: email ash'U. 0.000 WORKERS li BERLIN ARE OUT OH STRIK Ititern.iticnnl News Service: AMSTLHDAM, Dec. 10. A gen eral strike was called in F.erlin to day. Advices from the frontier early In the dav said that .130.000 workers i had Kone out and that only two I , newspapers published. ; The I'bert povernnent was unab',o ! to check the bolshev ik propaganda j ; for a peiieral .strike. ' The attempted eonn of Pres't i lit is explained in a here today by the French high com mission, denyinK that the French aro e;actins payment for ground occu pied or for damage done to property in the "tiriiiK zone" of France by the American expeditionary forces during the war. file commission describes as "both inaccurate and misleading" the re- ! ports in irculation, which, on cer tain grounds are ascribed to German propagandists, that the American army not only had to pay rent for the French soil occupied in its bat tles with the Huns, hut for the dam ae unavoidably wrought by it on the western front. Government indemnities. "Damages done to private proper ty in the rear of the operating forces (.in France) have always been in demnitied by the government to the owners of the property da-maged," jreads the statement of the French, ihitfh commission. "This applies 'equally to the American, the liritish ar.d the French, in the regions where 'cantonments and maneuvers are likely to harm iields. crops barns, houses, etc., but, of course, this does not apply to the tiring zone. "The French government has' made a point of extending to the American r.rmy the most friendly hospitality; it has been its polioy to se be treated in a manner differing from the way French troops are dealt with. Likewise the French gov ernment has put free of charge, pub lic buihlin-s, hospitals, schools, be longing to it, at the dispoal of the allies. jsamo Policy at Front. j "The same policy holds good at , the front. French and American j units relieve each other under lden- j International News Servier: llshed our right to the full fellovv- PAHLS, Dec. 16. Pres't Wilson j shlp of th(.so peopies here and delivered the following address to- j throughout the world who reverence day at the state reception in hi; j tne rlght of Kenulne nbertv and jus honor at the Hotel Deville: ! tier. me feel very not merely by our greeting has raised many yüu have nnde emotions within me. It is with no ordinary sympathy that the people of the United States, for whom I have the privilege of speaking, have viewed the sufferings of the peoples of France. Many of our own people have been themselves witnesses of those sufferings. We were the more deeply moved by the wrongs of the war because we knew the manner in which they were perpetrated. 1 beg that you will not suppose that be cause a. wide ocean sepu rated in space we were not in effect eye wit nesses of the shameful ruin that was much at home here, the delightful warmth of your wel come, but also by the manner In which you have made me realize to the utmost the intimate community of thought and ideal which charac terize your people and the great na- Burleson's Proposal For Gov ernment Operation of Wires Draws Fire. deliberations of the house this week. Resumption today by the house of Its consideration of the $ 3."?, 057,077 postofllee appropriation bill for the m9-20 fiscal year is expected to j again provoke debate on the pro nosal of Postmaster Men. Ilurleson tion which I have the honor, for the j for government purchase of thr time, to represent. j country's telecrnph and telephone 1 Uli . T . . 1 -I aim wiuie i ieei mat you are nonor- i svstems as an auxiliary of tin ing the people of the United States (,"firo department. in my person, I carry away with ! personal gratification International News Servlv: TT 1 f I 1 A.T TT 111) Washington. Dec. i6 -indica- Head or hrcncH Munstrv Would lvc- tlons are that government ownership , " will contin Je to loom large in the i servre Urbanization rians as rinai Part of Conference Program. pot- i iv john i:din i:vi Intern. iti'Hi.il ..-us Service; PARIS, Dec. It). Premie: Clemer.ee.iti i indicated a desire 10 Pres't W'iso : 4 tr.at e.ice bei' 1 back ii Don these memorable davs. wrought and the cruel and unneces- , Permit mp lQ thank ym from a fuU sary sufterings that were brought on I i,e rt shall nevertheless I Rfjp John A Monn of Tennessee, ei O TC UCP.lllIl t II e lurmallull t I A Lea me a very keen i chairman of the house postoilice i armament. in looking j committee, who H "steering" the ap-' u'.ide; -b m r..i '. e-eitled proprlatlon bill, P.as already -xjeri- you. These suiTerings have tilled our hearts with indignation. We knew ' what they were, not only, but wi I enced hitter opposition on the floor ! of the honsp. as well as nüinn:.' both Monsieur Adrion Mitho iard, presi- . de'.no rntic and republican memhrrs I dent of the municipal council of , 0f his committee, to the sutrpection i Paria, addressing Pres't Wilson said: - At. - I 1 4 ' - -1 1 Knew wnat inev sigumeu, aim our, ..j havp tho honor in the prp8Pncc neaiiM were lou-neo iu in, ijuien. . - , ni tho llr(1i,i.t of th.. ran,.) present to you the municipal conn- ; adjunct to the nation's mall service, cil of Paris, whose interpreter I am 1 Strong Opposition, in welcoming the chief of the great J The l ittr attack made upon the nation whose aid arriving so oppor- P.urbson p'an bv Ttep. I'!ige!1P pl.u k The sentiment expressed at the cnniereiu the premier was nf the friendliest character .1 Pres't Vilon is plainly made. The president and Gd. -atisned tliat Htnive com (till. them, our imaginations filled with the whole picture of what Franco and Pelcium in particular had ex perienced, when the United States entered tne war, Thereiore, tney en- j tunely brought us victory, and the tered it not only because they were ; uprjKht man whose conscience fash moved by a conviction that tho j ionei bis policy and whose dlpb purpose of the central empires t macy was made of loyalty." were wrong and must be resisted by j Welcome for 3Irs. Wilson, men everywhere who loved liberty Then turning to Mrs. Wilson. Mr. and the right, but also because illicit ; Mithouard said: ambltion whkh they were enter- ' "Madame. Paris is inflnitelv n said: j m.idp by him at the instance of i5m intth last nii;ht. duriniT which it is Relieved Premier CiemeiiCe.LiN esenco j leson that telegraphic and tele- j .ujUuic ,vas aisClseJ. die, to (phonic comrnnniea-ion be made an i i avu rr-D-L-c t;iru; WANT LLOYD GEORGE'S VIEW. belief is expresed that lres"t Wilson j talning and attempting to rcali that in no cases American troops i . . , 1 v. Miin r i 1 1 mi; I.' ai i i iiiucu a inev offended our principles. Hearts nre Moicd. "Our resolution was formed be- happy, and is touched that you who have accompanied the president, have been good enough to add to this occasion the charm and the grace of your presence. We havi long been aware of your devotion th. s pect a le with I' ll t 'I 1 d atched head". From porthol. s in the L-viathan's .i!- tlie vol hers tbui the contents i f j:ilIows to show tin ir joy orr airivlr.g home. The ?- ne resembl! noA storm as the vv4nd caught th i'vjng feathers and scattered them . rvwhere. Dunn--.- ti e ship's course from 'piarantine to her pier thou- will fail unless it is tlie prelude to a conditions. War material has t i used m common. henever a unit goes into a sector, an lnven- nrmeditory of existing supplies is hied, the plan before proceviure ailierel u in mat regara convoked, it 'leing identical, whether the relief ug1! and more perilous counter rev ol utionary the national assembly i was reported from n German source, takes place between American and Stormy s'-enes were threatened in French troops, or between French Perlin td.iv as a result of the la bor j troop-- alone. troubles and theattemid of the con-' "In a like manner, in billets in errsc tf Soviets to meet. (back areas, the rates of the requi- o Prosx-t of Union Jsitions paid by American units are rir Hii-n Tt-jiis.. it, iniifnen.iont ! exactlv the same as those T'aid i'V cause we knew how profoundly j nn( nf the w ise and beneficient ac trreat principles of right were affert- j tjvjty you have shown by the side ed. but our heart moved also with j 0f your illustrious husband. Yet. our resolutions. nothing strikes so much at tlie "Von have been exceedingly gen- hearts of the people of Paris as to erous in whrv you have been gracl- , ,0 permitted to know those wha ous enough to say about me. gener- I have alreadv connuered bv their gordness. Tlni Paris, by my voire, acclaims you. and lays at your fet. mndame. the homage of its grati- and of whi.-tlcs -nal -ir. ns joined . s,i(,,; i:jst mrmbpr of' th(, (-rerman gov- ! French government to its own "i the greetinc and with tlie rim;- ( -.g of bells New York was reminded f "armistice dav." WILSON TOLD THIS ONE TO CLEMENCEAU. HAVE YOU HEARD IT? troops. Una lly, ages caused to American troop in respect to dam private property bv . the i f "ulations eminent, was ip'ioted as saying in an interview at Perlin that, as the I Uber? regime actually hobD the ren- 1 tra! power, therefore it is entitled tojthe bill of April IS. IMS. prevail. rerotlate. nccor'tlr.g to international ; w hich provbles that such claims is !lac. Tlie government will recognize j may arise are admitted only as they th- eomply with th.e j'rench laws on that '"iUestioH." ous far beyond my personal deserts. Put you have interpreted with real Insight the motives and resolution of the people of the United States. , tude and its respect." Whatever influence T exercise, what- j Wilson World ritiAon. ever authority T speak with. I derive ! Speaking again to Mr. Wilson, he from them. 1 '"now what thy ha ve j continued : tnougnt. i Know what they have do- j "ir president, it is with deep i sired, and when I have spoken what j emotion that the capital welcomes I know is in their minds, it has been , today the first president of the delitrhtful to see how the consciences , i'njted States who has crossed the and purposes of freemen everywhere ; ocean, and our Hotel Deville. cradU responded. We have merely estab- , of .-r.neh liberty, wttl mark in Its Intends His T!anks. ! annals tlie day on which it was pr "Vour welcome to Paris I shall al- j mitted to receive the eminent states ways remember a one of tlie uniqu . o and inspiring experiences of my life. ' (COXTIXUTZD OX PA (IF, SHYEX) rational assembly and not reichstag. Ilaase declared. ! tern.it lernt ."vj !sTi.e: PAPIS. Dec. 1'..--The conversa tion today h-tv-en Pres't Wilson .cd Premier "bmenceau uiici the, ' rrner returned tb." latter'.s all. di I rot al! relate to matters of vita in ternational impoi tance. The r si lent told a story reanling the trio of otiie !innat:i' l kim;"-- yacht wb.ich 'came stcrmt-c-ind and v.as in . i:reat danger of sinking. Upon ar rP al at port tlv ott'.c- rs dicu-ed w h hould have n v ed f.rst in Yanks Make Themselves at Home in Peaceful Invasion of Prussia WINTER WHEAT TO 'MN TO VISIT BREAK RECORDS AMERICAN ARMY I t i wrn i in P.FdlT 1X)KD. TIU: AMIIUICAX I and fixed bayonet folding by the AP.MV j hand a tow-headed youngster wear- CO'ITATION IX l .". . 1 !v courier b.e event of rnta-Trop b,e women Th- aptai tri.ir thev sho-;bl save the women "rt and let '"(Jod s.e the king. the kinc Anally ru!ed v. F Deo The Am rican- are no.v two marvh bevond tb.e Phir.e and iii:i:many, ti Nancy days' tlu-ir ing part of his ihuldy'd uniform. The quickness with which Estimates Forecast Production of 760 Million Bushels Against 558 Last Year. TT. premier en; tl storv v erv i mu .1. SCHOONER CATCHES FIRE. SINKS 1.000 MILES AT SEA this ; friendship sprung up surprised and , I pleased the adult (i r:nans. i'.ut th? ' pt a ef-il p. netration -f Prussia is j Ameri-an doughboy is a marvel and i t-mh-aring tb.e:;. m the hearts of the j hypnotize s every one. He is just as.' Jerm.m children. jready t make frier.ds a.s he is to, Lain that had bf-er. falling ceased pght. And he is just as much at! on Saturday and the sun came out. home in Germany as he was inj Th. mud was ankb- ttep but the j France. Kurland and Helguim. There char we.ttner added to th- enchant-t i one thin,: about the doughboy, j M.ent of the marvelous scenery and , you can set him low n anywheie. President Likely to Cross Ger man Line to Greet Army of Occupation. of Texas, P.urleson's home state, a , democratic member of Moon's con;- j mittee. is reaarded bv republicans! i also opposed to the plan .is for---. shallowing lack of united support by the demo r.itlc majority of what. Moon has explained is "'distinctly an: administration measure." ! Opposition has also dv eloped j among the opponents of government ownership to the provision for -'.- j 1S5.000 for increased aeroplane mail j service an 1 for J 1 ,'"" 0,c-0 for the j maintenance of the motor truck mail j service hi he pending postofhVe ap- I proprintion hill on the grounds that ; these are hut additional indications , of the administration for absolute federal control of public utilities. Hot Battle i;wotcil. Champions of government owner- i ship, as well as supporters of the administration in the house, declare: that they are prepared to waire tin, stiffest kin 1 of a fight for that prin- ; ciple in connection with pendln? Vgislation for it. That both sides; are massing their forces for hot ; battle is conceded by leaders ..f .-.k h.i and while there may b, a lull ing the Christmas holidays, tb.e (jcorc to come ti to sjcure his attitihie 1 of Italv. 'fon.1 t!u pioi.icnt iik'.' ' s i , I;;1 Vhc President 4 1 r" ' vi s C t lv lUin-v. . 1 - U ' S I lb Pro't c of Portugal, an J cwprcsN One result of the Lishnn asasin.iti: m h precautions are now heim; taken : 'Suarj ti:e man than haJ prcvimily heen planned". Sme maJe in the journeys arranged for Mrs. WiSn Strict sat ciliar J haJ been .biopteJ l -eenri against cranks. Tlhse extra precautions, ho-veve with the attitude i" th.e peMe ai lary;e. -vhSch 1 worship. "a t.bit e en rea'.e !ne;'km !ate; e!bine :u.r. ' . i 1 -. s:i C'::!ra-t n .ij'n.il Reception Outdoes All Precedents HY .ioiln i:nvi m;vl Interii it i'Ti il N.'U s s. : i : I'AKl.-, 1 .". p;.- There "..; -; so s:a h l ecj.t ion in t h" hi "nil 'the t ra lie- that tendered ilopl ;eVllb- Pre.-tuda V -on ! 1 ory .it th- the 1 the anal furi'-tioi.-- the formal welcome to The executive. ,r.r- ' orbciabb'ni is pi. dm; con- ,y UI , ,lt i-:b;e.; .ittelidit: Am man j m p r "' J - V "A a s - c n. i l:t i n.- i ' . .: 1 . c i " i . Pia s't j tesT lor aim au tiiisi : mihoh ownership Is expected to be wn-od ; btench peoid. with increasing bitterness ritrld up i hum's tt llovv to the clnso of th" present short and j "Iif' '" 'u " ;i1 f tVi r.'.tli -on rresu at'-'poh this. H i. ... The , na rr b-bgate- Jo i o 1 1 I C. I t i' a u tl.. v. ; i : n t stat' !1 Me (- t : ' . i : i ' 1':- -1.. i- i all I Ii-ml .i i i -. final sef-sion of the i..,th congress at noon. March 1 nex. Hovernnient ownership of all wire less comm miration within the juri-,!'1"' diction wi'l be again considered by the houe mrcliant marin commit tee, when opponents of it will be af forded an opportunity to m -t the arguments advanced last week by Sec'y Iariels and c.ther govern ment ofTieiils in its support. Otb.er tipix-irt of c(ert:ment ownership is involved in the probe of the meat packing conditlens in this country, which the house inter state comrierce committee will art on Thtirsdfiv when it takes up the bill oroviflintr for either feder . ... ownership, control or supervision of the transportation and distribution of live stoc k or meat product, which is now before it. ' "1 know the ; "r i ' I dearly lovet . . i . t . . . i ... .. ..? th-' affe"t bo, pa t 1 ; b ward Pres-'t Wii-on. . i i ' r- Vol II' White. Hl!" nv o s arid ! hassador to f 1 he . i - I ; ' an former Atnerican 1'ra n . "It ;- .iu I ar: v II nt om n " nimii' aii" Diippoinlil. ( w um- to t he gt .-at de:: a . ! ' pi I'e-- nt ! la- r C I' ndni-ters at d diplo point. -d at t o i r Mis. V.'ü-'ori i diamotid ard 1 i brooch, bearing e.'-'ht li : rr ), V, ') a t s u i I d e . ! I ' '. . .: :! .: th-- d :s i !- tl'.!: -. r a . U V e Iruern.af i':i-il News .-vi: WASHINGTON. Pec. IS. Amer ica's winter wheat crop will break all records, according to the forecast issued this afternoon by th bureau of crop estimates, department of agriculture. In reporting a condition of f."i percent on IVo, 1 for fftU sown wheat a production of 7",0ee.- Find 598 Uniforms of the Ex-Kaiser 0 (.' ä us Is was f(;eca sf el. This he doiihbovs were willing to over-,amon.g any kind of surroundings and i compared with f." s.eeo mcO yielded i rt i. . -r. i tf'-n d V S. tv !: W.PIHNf:T V. Ii,-.- ree Ttvist'd sclicoric r W - , T.icht t'te ar.d sank ' ' - The "red Mar- 1 :ook i ..ougev! and ,c '.!.,.) ti.. ill's. The ir-.it woib d stb s t: t -'- v r e I e - bet vv e e r or. Fee . : - pa t h :-. dep..r:,a n.t h., W'.id.ir.j:!. eeer.tly w ith 'be s. l.ooner's ) ' v . r t L w es -. a 1 t.-tc ;. '"rding a .-. .: .'d today by nt fr-'t:'. the I ". S. n. w hi h left American sd- i al at. : l r ; i t !. I.oN'l'. I , ;,?.....' I e I':- - : W : th fcr.ü uf w a rd. t b.e di W . ! S .-.'.( ' ! : i o r Americans ?muntain leaked jus; like the l . . i.,il ..l.o :i:iu Iii i ki a.i'i ii.'wui ii luvks. Theft n ,i s k' . n -lance as the .a. pi a in t v ilia k es a la with tru;r distinctive arclute I.ikc FriVniU of KU. fh-re w r thrones of chool children in -v rv yard. Many of them scam per d toward the trool s at the he at once k-e '.:: to get i cj Jamtcd j h vear ar.d nn average vield and make himself mfirtable. j 4 q - .ero'.f husheN for th four ; The poilu has been immorta lized. vPi, rs .efore the w ar. The highest .:i:c;i;. ir. ev-ry svvu r.g tiiro". : h ; ast dd tav rr.s "lure. but ha li.'.s nothing on the doughboy. The former'.. J"ome and dear on-: 9 have h en menaced ar.d in returnins i jn th from the iron: pernaps ne Iound etdy a pile of ruins where th old home., -td had. stood, but he could visit old scenes ami old friT.ds. On f'jr'io'.; ch the American spent what 1 st halt and ;:es at th. a f e v s t str.i'.in-: iC f :chV had : bled to, ;r , ccn.rai'ev died tho it tie time h'- He fought an production ever recorded wa? in 1014. when r..e"ie .e-n were yielde.l. forecast made today the usual aba m'.onmer.ts were considered, the departn-ent stated. The average ah ar.donnent in the 21 y,vire considered was 1 percent of the planted a' re ice. In the seven int.rnatiur.a 1 News ervi.- PARIS. I)ec. lh It is entirely . likely that Pres't Wilson will set foo. . on iJerman soil during his stay in j Europe. The president has been told , that it will be impossible to dispose of any of the njost important con - i ference work during the holidays j and he has practically agreed to ; spend hristmas with He American j wireless press The lb rlin forces. T.robablv at Ceti. n Zeltung state s tnat an in Pershine's h-adijuarters. It is likely i"f tlie ex-ai r's pnvate 1.. that if this tr'o is made, tb.e rresi- at the Herlin and Potsdam dent will cross to German territory : h-d to th - -: . ' I I : 1 ra-e ".: a i! a':.. the ' K International Nw: IiNboX. I)c e! V ' F. P.y Priti' Foe e n t o ; lor g: r. .r v a l v,-he: t ruetur p-od rid 1 :.', '.. re p Irjrir.-r th- e-r 1 to ' d - s r - ed thr" . utsi-'e. h'-I i in i I'r- s't Wib-e-n v;ev - 1 :h" v ith a gre.it d.eai jrd t win-bcv f-t the H.a.. 1 I Plan- arc hniir Plans for the .tl;i.el!., a re s..ri. 'a hat cha (!'. ::S a th" delay d" ca S.J President Visits Famous Palace at Yersaille n CO - r e : t r i r ) f free: HY .1 HIN I liUIN MAIN. PA i. a i , trangers.jvears when the pec 1 At rv stop th soldiers ; i. .ury. last 1 : a. t'd- - a r i r t ; - s k e 1 1 h I 5.x fowl tutry witii oy !. ma d.e little on. s. One i ! let are of ?. from home all for he fou'-ht gillantly mong atid m.tr.y oi : s. i n d s of rn i ! e a prm.-ipo and ' greuf w ith nduri condition was ; tionarv his I th highest th- 4 andonment a ve inasmuch as he is being urged by.iniperlal v the military othcials to visit the ! irman r third army (the American army oftaval unit occupation in western Prussia). It) The ex I-? r.o secret that the jiresident de- 1 lires in ever- noKible wnv To ;b.nw included h; appreciation for what the expedi- forces li.ave done; therefore vidt as many different units discover ardrcdi". r.d o: p t a: c- the f U!!'.' T S 1 -4 ; ' mo! u f'T.agn military .--: p-Liot-r iei- r or.f.scate ".. The he will " 0 " ; at irt nee S bit.' tl sacritice ana couiace lie rerrent: :n ttift mi'iua f - perr.'tit. ar.d in the lowest group. 1 4.7 percent. When grouped In f. ve v.ar periods the abandon- id ' r ' :a t.ossH .e .. ." n rot.:. nation order '. eral thousand hr--. w hich tbe former emr-eror r-l., irn.-.-l to ow n personally, but v. hicli. it i: sail, were bought with state fund.-. Ne-'Oti.H bo-.s between. th- sov let ar.d Prira Kit-1. regarding the saf-- :..e."tir:ir- j. ws. Mr. that the 1 prevent v com tt.o n t; :- rt:r.s th a:n. ;!", ;-ai:.s? :!; ..ra. t:d-.- r ho v. t:d.r-' .t Ft-. A r- :.a : r;. c ; . ' ' ' 1,1 ! i:.r ab - . 1 - s el ';r e . ! . t Me ,V '4 4 1 ; 4 t A til. o t ; u'rt atc leaiurc vi f 1 W cU lv. s re-'l.ectivelv ...1 and 1Z. S ptr cent. rc-rit. 10.1 ii.! . vi nriT; c:rii iVV 1 -' . w.,... ................ , AMSTIIItbAM. Ix-c. 1. Poland , rz0'" hac sev ered rejatitms wp.h ciermany. i ' crr ': ü vai revolted, from Warsaw today. :i 0rit'1' :arding of tie- forf i"c th-- H- ti - n b W.b rr.sare prou're.-in -r tlo-vly. A.i r.er.t will :e !ruvvn up x.t-xt ;:i'.asa:"c whi.il wuld ihttrftrt , da.