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SUFFRAS HGlflG News Sninshnls lhe Of tll6 Week Winston Churchill has resigned from the British cabinet and will join the army of France. Senator Clapp, of Minnesota, ad mits that he may enter the presiden tial race. Industrial conditions in Mexico are said to be much improved, since the recognition of Carranza by this gov ernment. David Starr Jordan is back of a "World's Meditation Peace plan to prevent wars. President Wilson, it is said, approves it. Karl H. von Wiegand, staff corres pondent for the New York World re-i ports that "peace talk" is prevelant in Berlin and Vienna." The Italian steamer, Ancona, was torpedoed by German submarines, it is alleged, last week and 27 Americans are said to have been tost. Theodore E. Burton, former sena tor from Ohio, predicts that the Republican and the Progressive par ties will re-unite in 1916. KING GEORGE 1 3® King George of England issued an feppeal to all classes of the British peo ple to come-^forward and share their .responsibility in the war. v,ctory of 8- w* new THE NONPARTISAN LEADER Five prisoners made their escape from the state penitentiary at Fort Levenworth last Friday night. They -had not been apprehended at last report. The condition of Geo. S. Loftus, president of the Equity Exchange, who has been dangerously ill top some weeks is reported much im proved. General Alvero Oberegon, Carran za's military commander, in an inter view at Nogales, Ariz., predicts that Villa will be defeated within thirty days. The Georgia Legislature has just pissed an "absolute-state-prohibition'' law, which it is claimed will eliminate entirely breweries, locker clubs and near-beer-saloons". Lord Davenport, Chairman of the Port of London, which controls ship ping and docks of the Thames, an- MRS. McADOO "WEARS" A GANE Washington, Nov. 9.—Mrs. McAdoo, wife of the Secretary of the Treas ury, and, daughter of President Wil son, made the capital today gasp by appearing on the street carrying a cane. Dressed in a natty tailored walking suit, and wearing a white fur neck piece and hat trimmed with white fur, she walked with Miss Helen Woodrow Bones and gently swung Her stick. It was an ebony hued piece with a crooked handle, inlaid, with silver. Now and then she hooked it over her arm. Mrs. Norman, Gait, the President's fiancee, entertained the President, Mrs. McAdoo,^Miss Margaret Wilson and Miss Bones at luncheon today in the Gait home. GERMANY TO CONFISCATE FOOD Amsterdam (via London), Nov. 10. —A dispatch received here from Berlin. announces that the federal council has voted, to confiscate all oats and. fats, which henceforth will be sold on,ly through government committee. News of the World in Paragraph and Picture The Vossische Zeitung says the German authorities are considering the introduction of meat cards oni the principle of bread cards, irf or der to prevent housewives from lay ing in stores of meat for the days on which no meat is supposed to be used. y? s.-'r'x 1 iSUBMARlNE afl watCRALlf MAHO LHANEMVERS PtlCTOS BY As a-eiivnon body, Mass., killed more than a score of children. The sixth German spy suspect was arrested m»t Breitung, the fifth, was released under heavy marine maneuvers were held off New London, Conn. French cabinet changed, A. Brland premier. General ^kahon now commands British in Servla. It is reported that as soon as the Austro-German army occupies Con stantinople, the Kaiser will sue for Pisace, through President Wilson. BREiTUftG SAMUEL. E3SEAU, McCall of Massachusetts, A. O. Stanley of Kentucky, B. O. Harrington of Maryland and T. a. Bilbo Mississippi as governors, the defeat of suffrage In New York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, the overwhelming defeat of th« constitution in Mew York and the victory for the wets in Ohio marked the chief features of the elections of the country. First pictures from London of latest Zeppelin raid show a wide range of destruction. Fire in St Joseph's parochial school, Pet nounced in the House of Lords that England, is on the verge of bankrup tcy. E. W. Decker, president of the Northwestern National Bank of Min neapolis, denies that there is a move foot to suspend the Ninth Regional Bank at Minneapolis. A hospital to "patch up" disfigur ed faces of soldiers who have lost a nose, a lip or jaw, is almost completed in New York. It is promoted, by American surgeons and backed by American dollars. Frank B. Warner, on trial at Kan sas City for defrauding southwest Missouri farmers, "when he dies," declared N. Bi Wilkinson, a Willow Springs lawyer, "will sink so low that he will have to climb steps to get to hell". The Daijosai festival, or Grand Thanksgiving Festival, the ceremony of offering sacred rice to the imeprial ancestors and the gods and goddesses of heaven and earth, began at Kioto Japan last Friday. This is one of three ceremonial rites in connection with the coronation of the new mikado. MUST SEND MONEY TO CZAR Chicago, Nov. 15.—The czar wants Harry Karzen of 1332 North Leavitt street for the colors. An imposing letter bearing the seal of the Russian government, reached Harry on his way to school yesterday. And an other missive more fearful and urg ent, came from his father in Storo dub, Russia. The father is owner of a'small fish market there. He wrote that the mayor of Storodub had, announced his goods would be seized and sold in a short time unless Harry returned to the army or sent 300 rubles im* mediately. Hary is just 19 years old. He came to America two years and one-half ago. The first year he learned the barber trade and sent $200 home Then he entered as a freshman at the Lane "Technical High school and continued, at is job. He works as a tonsorial artist every day from 4 o'clock until 9 o'clock and whole days on Saturdays and Sundays, for $8 a week. The rest of his time is spent at school.. Harry's classmates offered to take up a collection to meet the czar's demands. But, as they are all poor boys, Harry would not listen to it. He will work three more hours every day, he said, and, solve the prob lem. He is now negotiating for th© loan of $300. •. PAGE THKKig 'f WRECKED hn" Sub A considerable rumpus started in Illinois when Sheriff Griffin of Lake county, under orders from governor Dunne, violated an injunction grant ed by Judge Edwards, and slaughter ed the $60,000 bloodel herd gelonging to Mrs. Durand, near Chicago. United States Senator Joseph L. Bristow of Kansas, declares that the railroads of this country are taking advantage of the present "absorbed interest" of the American peoeple to inflate railroad value, and affirms that the peoeple will "pay dearly for it". It is charged that a 'bolted trap door," caused the death of more than a score of girls in a Brooklyn candy factory fire last week. In the indus trial Relations Committee found that 35,000 lives are lost and 700,000 per sons seriously injured annually from fires in factory buildings. SENATOR FRANK A. ALDRICH Frank A. Aldrich is an Alaskan sen ator, and he has to make a journey oi 38 days to attend a session of the tep ritorial legislature. Thirty-three dayi of the trip are spent traveling on di sledges from the Arctic circle. 8en tor Aldrich, who has been visiting tl the East, was born In Fort Way Ind., fifty-eight years ago, and sorv utjder General Terry and Gene Mile* In Indian campaign*. 8lnoe 1 he has been a gold miner.