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tiic wr.ATiiri:. 26 Pages Indiana: f'.ini M(.:: ' . .' ! .- ' : I f r Mk lii-.m port VOL. XXXV. NO. 3G3. DAY AM) NIGHT TI LL I.F.ASKI) WIRE TEI.KJ liAPIIIC- SKUVICK SOUTH BEND, IND., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1918. A NF-WM-AI IIi; :K Till: IlnMH. WITH ALL Tili; Li AI. m:vs PRICE SIX CENTS Jb .? t 'r pj SOUTH o) n ! , U i J D1 M jo LLYB . AND 00 oil n LONDON, Dec. 2 8. Lloyd-George in receiving newspaper cor respondents at his residence at 7 o'clock, tonight said that the con ferences with the preident had brought about an agreement on general principles. The premier said he felt assured that matters vhich had been agreed upon between America and England would prove of the greatest assistance in the work of the peace congress. An understanding virtually has been reached already between the entente powers regarding the admission of the various nations in the peace conference itself, s:u the premier. In his conferences in Paris with the premiers of France and Italy, Pres't Wilson had become fully acquainted with their views and he had now also acquired a knowledge of the British standpoint. "And," continued the premier, "I feel assured that all these': powers are in accord on the basic TITTT CAM M A TfPO principles of t!u- pace which j HjüUll l'lÄlVIjü win come rerore the conference. . At anv rate it will be certain that : America and England will be found working in complete har mony in the conference." At the close (,f 'us adrinvst, an-v-rinp- a rUetion as to wtion he e ited the British delegation to go l'i Cnri, the premier replied that. i n r to the r.eressit y of clearing up .! general lections aiul other pt-sMti-; business, it could not be b.- . r ?li' end of the i:i-t week of the 'v ;r. The n- wp.i p. r tu- fi ,,'ie received iter a lnu ) f ' :' iu lh' i'i'vtnii-r ü ! S. r Italto.ir I: xl with I'res't Vdon this iifu.rnooii, an-l.whirh otiltl 1. ' i oritir..;oii at thv premier's ,!'imr to rh? pi"M-l.-nt ; 1 1 his otfi- i t ! -il'-n in Downing street. i t.u!"- ' t 1 i" L'ri;t !'.il Tdaiis dts- i tili- :if!-rnM!i will !.e f Hi - !' I- ri iu -rei ! ;it th. e dinner. l( (iit'H Yank lournali-l' Mi ;ui in!rn l t Ik. th Hi.iis'i Piirn' in. nlster .trmlv we'.rome'l t! .- Am. ri-.in ruu-pap. ' men to :','n:!.mii. He p'rrii! ri atilication i tivit he bid been iii l.- to meet them, ind StM.I.e i , Ml'i - t .( t ied 1 of the ifi;- iUTt.int i-i'e t " jer men ha-', t ' i i y e 1 1 in the pt o;n..!ion of the ei'd" ' hat all had ;-.t he,-,rt in furtherin-. ?;e i'dim.ite friend d,p between ti. i';.iti-d .tite and (Ii f.it Mrit.iin. T'r" p' n.i.'r said h.it. owini; t . he ehttior.s, it had not in en po-'- ; .Iii- as yet to or-rir.i.o the Rritish delegation to the p..-r cmf rcnc', at h- would iioi't i i! imrne li itel . t'nat the lt.-ult 's known. t .;.;e ut the tnatt-r with Ins ol- 1 . acue. At the pi . -ent time. ho. .tided, it oi::l.l he t.ite.l lh.it onl'', : ." :r.pnil"'i f th- de! nation hid sd t- l d :i!'i;e! mo. min-: ' himself :.r.d Forei- :i Serr tar p.ii ioiir. APPROPRIATIONS FOR I STATE INSTITUTIONS WILL COME UP EARLY ; V o i.i fed l'r-' s ri INDIANAPOLIS, hd . Dee. J f 1 1 st .'III. idintc for 'nntri r to th n-u.il the th- a ppropr tat i j. iN of s introduced m IdH- pvo ate m-ti the :irs hi'"h C! io us !:.,t h ' 'A e K of tlie !' 1m con ened P was learned t t-e ll'-;i ;, sp-a't the vtate d ted It-; Work t!ie appropri.t-ine.i-:ire wi'l lee; sl.tturc. T h'ir:.-day. Januar? T'ia that a cornr o. (lOoJn. !l h :nv?it"ti i- ) . . ! e ' i and now i- draft M1 Tion m.sur-s- !'...; . .irry reeoninief.d.ition - f"i" much larger amounts tl-.an tu. ears acii ! ecav;se the it'sf.t ':to:i ran :nony anl b.ad to draw- hört of recently on t !'. cu.t rpe;-,. v ;..::.i created bv th- povtTiior. K, , j M:int-.n 'f KcndalLilb' chair::. an of the com mitte. which u.is instru-ted bv- the gov rn"r to I". nih its work early so that the biil-i iripht adopted dur- lnc th 0 da f th is !.ow at -s.i . s-,.svjOU. i.i rk on Th e g o e r n v biennial me NO FOUNDATION DAY EXERCISES AT I. U. ni.v.- t ! Pr.-ws Sorv !, : Hl.4-1 MIN'r,T'.N. Ind I ".et -aus of th- rre.;!e: ce of infhi- i ther-' wi'.l b- v.n fourulation il.iy .-n. ies at Indiana unirs;t thi- -ar. it was ;ir.not:nc d toJay by 'r'st Pryan. The fourdation day program in j-,st ye.tr- has ben one of tho M-r-j.-sts -ver.ts at th.- .-chool. Ft-'au-e of th- -lan-r.-r cf crowds Iii- urdver sitv .uthoritt. - tb.o 'uht it b- st to all otf tl-c ir.br. progra::i tbts i ear. n n LAST ADDRESS Officials of London Present Him With City's Formal Welcome in Hall. LONDON. Dec 2H Pres't sun made his last puMic appearance t in London today. OiticialA of the ! citv of London presented him with ! . 4l t an addres, of welco'rw in the an- , cient Rijild hall where other famous Am"rii';iiif. including Ovii. Grant and J former Pres't Roosevelt, have been ! re-ivd. Afterward he was the j fliegt rt 1 intu-heon in the Kirvntian IE hall f Mansion house, where hover t tions, one striking him on the head J of war problems to devot them the chosts of decades of civic ora- with ft sand ha tr. Two of his assail- i selves to business. He says he hears t orv and where manv Americans i have partaken of the famed Alder- mnnic ttirtlo soup I The drive from P.uckinsham pal- ac' and return was witnessed by im mense erowds. There was plenty of enthusiasm abroad hut it hardly reached the same volume as that which .attended the president's entry into London on Thursday. An nouncement of the results of the perioral elections was somewh.it of a counter attraction today. l.eneath the surface of th for malities at the Mansion house, an unusual episode of human interest was ripplintr part happy. part tragic. Premier Lloyd ieori?e. who sat near the president, was learning that the voters had renewed hi? b-ie of pow er by heavier majorities than political anburies had foretold. II. H. Asquith. his one-time chief and rival of today, was seated near by and hard thai his political career of more than HO years had been halted. Tho iay's ofhcial events were no limited to the two functions in tlo eity. Tin1 president received and spoke to various delegations which pjesented address- at the American ombasy. and toniuht 'no dined a. th.e premier'" residnce in PownintT st. with the membe rs of the cabinet. INFLUENZA DEFINITELY ON DECLINE IN CAMPS A.m iüifil I'ri S.t i'- : WASHI.N;T N. iw. U n. Influ enza is apain detinitely on th le i line in army r,ir.ip. A letailol -port on health condition of troops in the United States-, issiwd toluy the urpon ueneral's ott.ee, did not sh.ow a sip.'-'b- .iso in several of the larcer camps f r the week ended IVc. 2 ' ANOTHER FABRICATED STEEL SHIP LAUNCHED .s... i f .1 I'r s stvs. . : NTAVAHK. N. J. IVc. 27. Th. Far.ibv'. th- -"th fabric-are. 1 steel hip built at the submarine bm. company's yard at Port Newark was launched today. The ves.se 1 was i constructed i corporation. for the ;erirency f.eet THREE TRANSPORTS ARE ENROUTE TO AMERICA Axscl.ifed :"r--. SrTi.e: WASHINP.T N. Pc. departure frn.:- France :. The of three in f. . n e " transports with more th. troops. Ir.cludiv.p wouinl ed and casuals, was auroun- Ib.o wur department. d tonight by SENSATION IS DEVELOPED IN LIQUOR CASE Two Men Who Helped Assault Patrolman Peterson Claim They Recently Paid Out Hush Money. Sen.ational developments involv- inp patrolman Arthur Peterson ani u weii known railroad detective have arisen in a liquor case in whirh ' Peterson was hadly honten up by ei'ht men early Saturday mc miner. Some man attired in a Ion.? Kray overcoat, and wearing a badP Is said to have been holdmp up boot lepgrers near the Lake. hore stat.on i and securing sums of money varying from $23 to 575 as the price of ! Fllence. Tony Maski. who was arrested early Saturday morning in connec tion with the the assault of Peter son, openly declared to Chief of Police Kline that the same man who arretted him Saturday morning was the one who stopped him a week ajro and accepted a sum of money to hush the affair up patrotnvin Peterson made the ur- j ret Saturday. Ietron lion ton Up While walking his beat early Sat unlay morninff h, saw a man near t!,e corner of kcott and Diviion sts. carrying two suitcases. He stopped the man and asked him what was in the suitcases. During tho conver sation men appeaerd from all direc- ants w ere sailors. He called ior hdp and Ofhcer Stull came to his assistance from the next beat. They chased two of the men. captured them and broupht them to the po- lice station. They are Tony Mask; and Prank Demklli, both of Z?,l S. Scott st. Loth these men are now out on bond. Peterson denies ever havintr ex tracted money from persons whom he has arrested, and states that he has done no plain clothes work since tho county fair. Humors are Moatinc around that railroad detective is doinp a little work on the side collecting money and whisky instead of makinp ar rest.. An air of secrecy pervades th' police station in repard to the af fair, the only statement beinp made by the officials hipher up is that a thorouph investipation Is under way. Peterson has the reputation of tTlnnir Vi im colt "too serious v" nril of beinp quarrelsome, tut not dis- honest. RETURNING CANADA'S OVERSEAS DIVISIONS .s , i.if.-d Pres; Service : I.nMMiN. pec. 2S. (British. Wireless Service.) Sir Ilwaii Kemp, minister of the overseas military forces of Canada, says that by the end of January ÖÖ.O't" sol- : diers w ill have returned to '.ma-la. ; These are made up of ir.'bH in No vember, 2r,f,00 in Iocen.ber and L'O.-i-0 in January . These ollicers and ; men have been drawn from the vari- ; ous branches of th- service in 1 "ranee and the Pritish Isles. Of the i L'f. ('(.'" to be returned in Januar. ; 177. ")0") will come from France. Aft-' (r Ftb. 1 the rate of return to Can-j ada will reach approximately 30.00' j per month. It is understood that the British war office has a-rrted to i the demobilization of two divisions j of Canadi.in troops at an early date. COMMERCE COMMISSION ' GIVES RAILROAD DATA' WASHINGTON". Dei . :S. Th- interstate commerce commission, in ! its monthly review cf railroads esti- , mated today that tho operating in- ; come of the principal roads for Oc- j tober was considerably below the :ipure for the corresponding month last year when they were under private control. Operating control is substantially the difference between ( revenues and expenses, with reduc- j tion for taxes. In October thi ! stood at $S9.511.225 .'.s compared with $10;.7fi..4''3 m (October. 1?1. and JIM.r.sS.OOO in September of thin year. Optimistic Spirit Prevails In Peace Congress I Af sainted I'rrjis Styh: I PARIS, Dec. 2 8. The sentiment today in peace congress circles i after another week of conferences is distinctly brighter and a spirit j of optimism has taken the place of the pessimism which had pre vailed in some quarters. This is due to private advices from Lon don, showing that the political exchanges now going on there have tbeen equally as satisfactory as the public demonstrations, One of the primary questions considered in these exchanges has ,cn the convening of the conference at as earlv a date as poss'ble k T. ,t, r;n ., ,,1imn hn DEPLORES YANK RACEFORHONEY Parisian Says Americans Are Abandoning Consideration of War Problems. siM-hitrd Press Service: PARIS. Dec 2S. Albert Thomas. i former minister of munitions, and i French socialist leader, writes an editorial in L'lnformati-m under the kni..!nT "Tr. I In T- A niprip'i n T'rieri'ls" I b - j conferences he has had show an en- in which he deplores what e calks tirp aprrernent on the principles, the completeness with which Ameri-j A meeting: was hold in Col. Ild cans have abandoned consideration ward M. House's residence tonlpht mucn lau; 01 arei mems mim j French Industry". notahly offers j made to chemical products manu- 1 facturers to become the apents in France of American producers "Mav I venture to say, he writes, i "that this state ot mind is not pood, j and. Is contrary to the conception of; a world organization as formulated j by Pres't Wilson. America's im- J mense services to France were not limited to the sendinp of preat j numbers of soldiers at the mos j trapie moment of the war, whlc'.i j repulated the reserve of money, raw ; j material, ships ; articles. and manufactured "Hconomio apreements and con ventions are the entente cement for the victory which hr.s been won. Americans say that their work is finished, but they are wrong." The article pleads for a continu ation of the economic entente to pre vent speculators from exploiting the various countries and asks Ameri ; cans to complete their military vie - i tory by penerous aid toward rpcon - ' struction in which "the business demon" should not hae tu -t place BEER AND LIGHT WINE MEASURE WILL BE UP MICHIGAN ASSEMBLY A ss.k int-1 Pre--- Servie: LANSIN. j, Mich.. Dec. 2.--Sub- -mission to Michigan voters next ! April of a proposed constitutional ! amendment to permit the sale of beer and light wines was virtually assured today when thy state school j denied application of the MIchipan j anti-saloon league for a writ of i mandamus to prevent the secretary ! of state from placinp the amend- j ment on the ballot. 2,300 CARS OF HIGH EXPLOSIVES ARE ON r- r- I AI i ii n 1 1 III A btLb ÄIAJ hAILWM! o AssMiiited Tres- Service: intrsop:Ls. i-c. niava.o- On Belgian railws - at tne prernt i time there are more than 2.300 cars loaded with explosives, war mate rial and merchandise of every kind left bv the Germans. FORMER NEGRO HOUSE MEMBER DEAD AT 66 As'.'Kl.T.ted Pre- "rri.": PHllJVIi:bPHI.. Pa.. rc. 2S. George H. White, a negro member of the 5th and ot'.th congros from j Norlh Carolina difd here today. IK old and had he-n in Phil.id-.lpnia lor was years practicing law 1 12 years. uu. C ircles The American vieleation has been quite insistent that it shall hein later than Jan. 9. The exchanges today indicated an agreement for the assembly of the congress between Jan. 9 and 14. Kven the latter date would be ac ceptable to the Americans, it is an nounced, as assuring a reasonably early openinpr of the discussions. The pessimism previously existing j in some quarters was due to the : various views held on the "fourteen ! points" but the president's state i ment that the allie.l leaders aprre with hlni in the principles therein laid down has largely removed th" j first impressions. The president's statement i j echoed in all rrsponsilde rjuarterr. j bere, Premier 'lemnceau also jominp: m the declaration that the ' of all the American interests, inelud ! ins food, shipping-, the army, navyl treasury and war board. Thus far, Herbert C. Hoover, Edward N. Hur ley and the other heads of the vari ous branches have proceeded inde pendently hut the meeting tonipht foreshadows a united commission. STEADY STREAM OF MEN MOVING TOWARD HOMES A$Mi'-iatd I'ress Service: WASHINGTON'. Iec. 17 A steady stream of troops from over seas and army camps is movin-r homeward. Witii more than l.iioo f-oo nvu i designated for demobilization since i'1'" signing of the armistice, all ef- , torts. (Jen. .March, chief of staff, said today, are being directed toward gettinp th"ni out of ervice and back to th- work in which they formerly were eii-raued. Alrealy more th.ia half the numbev desipni-ted hav-j b en miKter. d out. Meanwhile, additional units hav been assigned for early convoy home and to expedite the movement. 1! 1 uttleships and In cruisers have 1 een ahled to th-- fb-et of transports which will bring back that part of the expeditionary forces not needed for duty with the army of occupa tion. Reports tonight from France showed that three mere transports, with upwards of :..00Q men, had sailed, and others w:ll depart for home ports as rapidly as possible. Gen. March said the work of dis charging men from camps was pro eeedinp at the rate of 100. '.CO a day. DISCUSS FUTURE OF CHEMICAL SERVICE Isnocinted Prt-ss Servb I WASHINGTON. I. f.. The fu j lure of the chemical warfare branch J of the army was Jis-Jssed today at j a conferene' of senate military com I u.ittee members with otlicials of the i I war department. , It is possible, th- senators were i advised, that th t'-ic- treatv will confain specific reference to the ut of gas in future wars. If such war fare is prohibited, the war depart ment's stock, amounting to 2,7 00 tons, wiil be destroyed. If not. n. small supply will be retained and the rest taken to sea and destroyed, except a small part which may be salvaged for ir.auufacturing purposes. S3 I M 1 I SINN FEINERS GET BIG VOTE iJohn Dillon Suffers Defeat at Hands of De Vaiera in Sweeping 0. K. Given Old Radical Group. Associated Press Servi'-e : LONDON, Dec. 28. The broad features of the election re sults announced tonight are the sweeping triumphs of the Llovd George coalition, the complete route of the Asquithians, the pacifists and woman candidates, and perhaps most significant of all, the victory of the Sinn Hein ers all along the line. That the coalition government would be victorious had be-n a fore gone conclusion despit. the rumb lings of rumor between the pollir.tr and the counting of the votes that labor would make an unexpected showing. Put that David Lloyd George would command completely an overwhelming majority in the new house in the proportion of al most five to one had never beer, contemplated, even by rne most san guine coaitionists. And since coali tion as it. now operates, is distinct ly more conservative than liberal in its composition and tendencies, this result of the first election under tho extended franchise and with the participation of millions of women voters, is most suggestive. Sinn IVin Triumphs. Premkr Lloyd George, with only four res Jits yet to be announced, has ."fi i-eats for his coalition out o." a membership of 7-7. The Sinn Feiners have elected 70 member--, and labor approximately 1Z. Of 14 women candidates only one will be entitled to sit in the house of commons, namely a Sinn Feiner '"ountess Markievichzi. who was elected for St. Patrick's division of luiblin city. Put as the Sinn Fein ers refuse to sit at We:-tminst r, tho house of commons will, as hitherto be composed entirely of males. All the other women candidate including many of the foremost in the women's rr ovemer.ts, were re jected by their constituencies, f'hris tabel Pankhurst came the nearest of these to being elected, being .let'-at-'d only by a narrow majority by a laborite. The S.nn Finers not only swept Ireland, but gained their seats with enormous majorities, leaving the nationalist representation in the new parliament a bare seven members John Dillon, the nationalist leader, was defeated by 1". de Vabra. Sinn Feiner for Fast .Mayor, by a ma jority of over 4,00n. Joseph Devlin, however, defeated de Vabra for th -West Belfast seat. D-- Vaiera r-lso was a candidate in the south Down constituency. A prominent feature A the p.dlinq revealed by the count is the com parative smallness of the po'.'.s com pared with the registered nur.ihor of electors. No figures are available yet as to what extent the army and navy have voted. It should al.-o be noted taat the defeat of the As quithians, especially the former ministers, in mo-t case an be at tributed in part to the split votes in three cf. rnered constituencies. Yjirioiis Majorities. Not only has no coalition minister been defeated, but most of them were reelected by extraordinary ma jorities. For instance. Premier Lloyd George's majority is about 12,000, "Winston Churchill's 15.OQ0, and Andrew Bonar Law's ll.COO. Majorities well over li-.OO wn rjuite rrmmon among the coalition ists. On the other htr.d the pacifsts wer almost in every ca.se igno miniously defeated by heavy ote.v The rejected candidates in this group included Philip Snowden. Ja me? nam pay MacDnpald, William C Anderson (labor memeber for AtterclifTe division of SheffcVLI ), Ar thur Henderson, the labor leader; P.obert L. Outhwaite (liberal for Hanley'-. Frederick W. Jow-t: (labor member for West Bradford) Georg I,Hnbury (former soi..h-t member for the Pow and Br-.rub -y 1 (CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO.) AMONG IRISH iLulii La fi Oil tU R yy UlLiH i I A 'AMSTERDAM,1 Dec. 28. The Eberl cabinet has fallen, accord ing to the Berlin Kreuz Zeitung. A Liebknecht-Ledebourg-Eichom ; cabinet will be formed. I HARDEN IS PESSIMISTIC. As'1- infed Press service: PARIS. Dec. 2S. (Havas.) Maximilian liapic::. ( ,c;m.i:i editor, in an internen- has declared t" the couvs .didep.t ::.e Temps that Germany was beaten by the Miperinr v.i'o;;. ! the 'French generals. Marshal Fr-ch, he aid, u'a a miliary leader ; ... far above .ih.e:!orn 'v'm had ! ''never been vict ri ti op. ;ih : Germans Pay For !n,m-rt !'vr VV Hi:v::lM:- I J tne editor clMractened e.mi a Occupation By Americans A so. i.i t'-d I'r.vs S--rvI' (OliLIINZ, !. I's Situ- mil lion marks arrives" Imt Kxl.iy trni Ikiliii to lx lutiud to Iho I Aiiwrhnii war authorities as jmrt of G'i"mam pavinont toward the c- i K-nsoM of flu army of ix-t-upatiou. Tlx icrinans now liav glcn tl ' Anu-rU-aiis in ao-nlaiKv with ti t ' terniH of tli atmi-t i'. "..ooo.OOo marks. Tho money luis !x n traiiorh al bv Aincrii w n motor tnicks and by ! train. In several in-slatu'es me nl liii -! .. lie f. r.d the xten.-;.di ' J the million wer sltipin d from I lei-- '' li!.- 5;- i' m - m nf ':. Ger illt by train undor i I of German i mv th : ... r.nv ,... d b 1 ! sol(i'is and transported to 1 1 - neu- ;" -laK. i-.-. .t! .ri'- b ;t i ! tral one, 2ier it w ;m turned oxer eonvi:.--ed t h t tie -....ht i. ! to the Aiueriean-. wlm -;irrieil tho " idi n ... .M ! . r. . ... influe-.e.- , ! money to CoMeti.. Th- money lia- i ' - t bi- h tvdi-.nd i h -. I Iw-t-n placctl in iault near .nierfean v ' ' ' !"""'" " N' ir.-:i i i(;nltiarters. wlHxr Amorlean -s.l- diers guainl it niulif an.l .l.n. tu iMiAMN nnivi:. I Ass., i.,t..l I're.ss S.-rvi' : i. mi. !... i rniiiy. im. j Sixty airplan of tho I'okLer l pe J arrhri! in C'oMeii. PhI.iv by erial ! train from Berlin. .They urn- the i firt of 120( ;ilt-)Uiw wbb h are t T" , turnel over to the American Tore- ; in CobloiiJ ill aee-udadee ;itli llw arm ist lee. I'-ieli maeliiiH' oei-upied a Mat ear i and a German soldier guarded eael ! car. A mim'H-r of German aviators j aKo arrived to tr out one out of j each 'JU machine-. b-fre the plane- 'are turned over to t!ie .mct1-ati ! commission. The planes for thote ! will Ih sHcctod l the Americans. and the German- will make the ! Ilo-lii to dmii th.ii ili machliH I an in e;(Vo 'on-litiou. The tliht oill I'll !-. . ni-rir ( ' ibli-ti r i Tl tin ...a, !(... ... ... ... ... - : prescnee of American oMieor-. 5.936.504 KILLED IN GREAT WORLD COiMFLiCT Asc ;itcd pr s sot' i' : LONpOX, I v.c. ; ;,r:it-b wire-le-s serviee. . - V.y th- iie of tho ctTicia! t.c'.r- of tb.e Pren.-h ks-f-s in the v.ar it is pns-shde to a rr;-. o at th" a'd'Tovir.-'.it- -s -;-, -it r f t!.- a pp.i llinc tfdl cf life. The s,, far number :.. .":.- h T:k- in livil-al nntiorril In-'-s in de d th.':" far hi r.ounced nre; Tb!ti-h. .11'. French. 1 ? 1 .rne, : a .eriean. -47 : Bud'in. 1 .7 r : A r . ;r,fi.f.n: ('. rtr.rin. l.-b To" The total German -a It - - .ii given the T'.'-rlin Vorwi'-rb a. ((. an-1 th.e Austrian total w i -placed at 4o'ii'i.fiCr, s-Tbii in 1: !'-!. wounded nri'l pri -(.;-. '.-, !. n.?r.r '"-1 r ii n . S2D0.000 FIRE LOSS AT NEW ORLEANS TRACK A v - i i f ed I'revi, Sf-r i xi:v -,.'L.:an.s. i ...... t .- grrmdstar.d. b:b h'.:-e ar.l r t 1 ! '-' Qt th- f!r tr r o u n . s ra eo t:::c'k 'vvped bv tl'e ':,;-: r e s :. ",'s r.T'i'i vs; r i-; ; , t r. ri v."i s d- - r-.- d b r o- day. The ..-c u- i -:-.i . ! ;t rr.o- than ? 2 fo'o.. T: :.' vv,. j -li.v ered in ti:.-. to pro. - t t : i .1 ml t rair.i r. e ; ; ! r--j vera hur.dred h-r-e. i i'kiwiinc; AT Mfi:. i xtt:" 'rr-; 2- G. n. John .7. I v-rshlrtr. eor.ar-vi-..b-r-ir.. ' chief of the Arr- r;" .e. ( v -,,-. -r-.a r fiirces:. v.-ho :-; u. a '. ir "f ::; , tion. nrrived her.- this . (-;;; i I : r,-.rf -f. ( d .1 T.irrn w.-If.i: r . r: to ".er.5? "ilr'"cr h: rod-- !: I !r. :. nur-" ,. . f j j- i r ' s v. . i s ;': ! civil authorities-. 1 6 ii n g n I Ti F7-" mit little in''re t!bi:i .1 jiurehea.i. 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