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, . iVf HV "a 4 1
"ir-7 t tt t tdstU awaiting
iJU txrrUlje of the indemnity
' 1 exact. Toe amount has
iiCaewmi ever -ac the war
-j a, ami mar be decided upon at any
j ow. WhateTer It is. there i no
1 1 but that it will make all other
fixities mere dwarfs la comparl
t f possibly it wDl be larger
a kt than all other indemnities paid
f it er of U other wars.
inanities paid by losing nations
t-K the past 100 years include.
xm g others, the following:
Tw ty of Paris, Novenber 28. 1815
Frtnce to pay Great Britain, Ans
Aj Prussia and Russia a joint in
milty of H38,C87,500 within five
,T ty of Adrlanople, September 1
:fi -Turkey to pay Russia $22,575,000
'.hit eight years.
Trialy of Nankin. August 29. 1842
2nj to pay Great BriUin $10,500,000
Jilt three years, :"
Tttsty of Milan, August 6, 1849
it da to pay Austria $14,750,000
."rf ity of Pekin. October 24. 1860
si to pay Great BriUin $6,000,000
H !ene year and a half.
;ra "p of Tetuan, April 2S. 1360
rajfc to pay Spain $S50.OOO within
'r$y of Saigon, -Juae 5. 1SG2 An
j f pay France and Spain $2,000,
1 wt-Jn 10 years.
.Tty of Mlramar, April 10. 1S64
-Jctha pay France $53,000,000 with'
?mj of Trague, April 23. 18G6
AA i to iay Prussia $29,500,000
11 a mouth.
riesty of Versailles, February 26.
"I. thereby Franee agreed to pay
maty an Indemnity of about one
h dollar? within four years time.
i nil also to pay for the cost of
Ge inaa army of occupation, which
'one lime was about 500,000 men. In
jTl a one this army of occupation
Jt Ranee $50,000,000.
rrea y of Constantinople. February.
i hereby Turkey paid Russia
"4,00 i.000. within seven years,
rrea y of Shimonostki, April 17.
;5, hereby China agreed to pay
aa i 150.000.000 within seven and a
rrea! r of Constantinople, December
1S57, whereby Greece agreed to pay
Jk 3,-0e. ,
1 ;0ly two, instances hare victorl
Via ca paid large pecuniary- coia
at i for, cede .-territory which
V' m ght, hay elainied by right of
pi eaiyAugtfst 13, tSli li'oi
'(To let lier: colonies of Cape- of
)wl ftb4j4eiaaaadBebice to
eat I ritain, which paid her $20.
jTreat i of Paris, December 10. 189S.
lerebj Spain ceded the Philippine
B,oda to the United States, but was
ea $ 0,000,000 in cash by us.
!l sin? Ill
r'UTIIlYs TWO DIE
Ths Associated ress.)
JEW ORLEANS. Not. 2. Eleven
loess members of the crew of the
itish steamer Elm Leaf were
Undes today when guards resorted
plsto fire to quell mutiny aboard
i boi, resulting from a refusal to
lad si tore leave. Two will die.
; Attack With Knives.
' . (Unitsd Press.)
NEW; ORLEANS. Nov. 2. Eleven
lnese sailors were shot, two being
Itallj wounded, in a pitched battle
j the after-deck of e British
tamer Kim l-eaf. amhoied at Good
(. H miles above here, this morn-
F-deral authorities said tele-
jo4 leports said the Chinese were
rted when ther threatened to go
we. ! Tenty-four, ail tha mem
of the rrew, mailed until only
I guafds mere on duty, then at-
ked tith knives, machettes and
bs. f cores of shots were fired
n tt ship's offlteis joined the
? Ctaaeo returned Sunday from
XUuoti. where he has been undr
n tnstment tor the pat month or
I weeit, and he is much improved
(P.hl shed by the Daily News aa X
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3 Eat." Constanca Bianay;
Fox New; slsa comedy.
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! Miner Mhad." John Barrv-
WetrMau and aeff Cartoon:
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VOLUME SIXTEEN-NO. 343
Ku Klux Klan Demonstra tes
That White Supremacy Will Be
Maintained in Volusia County
Iiobed in spectral white, masked and
hooded, cowled and gowned, mem
bers of the great secret organization,
the Ku Klux Klan. marched, in silent
procession in Daytona last evening, to
demonstrate the fact that the white
race still maintains supremacy in
this City and county, as well as in the
South, and that fostering of the negro
element in matters political will not
Following rumors which spread
throughout the Triple Cities all day
Monday, Beach street was lined with
crowds and cars, an assemblage such
as has seldom before been seen on
At 8:30 theie apeared the flaming j
cross, emblem of the secret order
which claims 100,000 " members iu.
Florida alone, of whom not one mem
ber is known by those not in the or
ganization. The cross blazed forth
from an island in the river where It
eame from, who placed it there, re
ma'ns a mystery. It wa3 a silent
announcement that those pledged to
the flaming cross and the rituals w hich
members take, would appear.
At nine o'clock there appeared the
official. of the order, mounted, three
in number, the leadar of the body
which marched here last evening, a
bugler and an announcer, who stated
that the Ku Klux Klan would march.
and that no interference would be
Following a half hour later came
the silent phalanx, garbed in the offi
cial regalia of the order, marching
single file, about eight feet apart,
seventy-four members of the order
being in the parade. The marchers
appeared from the south, continued
along Leach street to Second avenue,
silently marched to the Daytona In
dustrial School for the Colored, con
tinued through Midway, Way ctoas and
other -olored section of the city
and disapearedV nobody; knew where. j
As. tike body . of . men, marched in
rythm tlown.tbe; streets, a hush came
over the larg'e crowds, sensing the j
significance of the 6rder and what the
men (stood for. No interference was
attempted, but rather did the crowd
prove they understood the meaning of
the spectacular parade, as they were
cheered as they passed along the
streets by the multitudes who appre
ciated what the order stands for.
Last night's demonstration proved
that an organization of the Ku Klux
Klan is in touch with local affairs. It
has been rumored for many months
that the secret body was fast organ
izing throughout the state, but not
until la-it night was it evident that
the body of men sworn to the death
to keep the white race supreme were
organized in this, section of state.
Who are the members? From
whence do they come? These ques
tions rated among the crowds, and no
one had an answer. No man has been
asked to join, as far as can be learned
No man knew that the great organi
zation waj in touch with local affaira.
Vet the existence of such an organ
ization was most evident last even-
The efforts of the morning paper to
belittle the orgauizalion of the Ku
Klux Klan. in saying that the parade
wa3 composed of Gaibreath suporters
from New Smyrna, to intimidate vot-'
ers in today's election. Is a statement
which the News would not like to be
responsible for. The woi kings of tue
order stretch over the entire South,
taking no cognizance of petty polit
ical quaiters. but stand for a greater
meaning than such a statement im
plies. "There is no question of white su-
premacy at staae m . wuii- luuhu. j
says the newspaper whose editor!
stands esposed tha seller of M ---treasury
ne.ro rot ers and some white voters , operations for October reduced the
for$0i) -public debt by over twenty-four mil-
Th Daily News knows aothlng ofUn dollars, leaving about twenty-four
tha Ku Klux Klan, and has been un-!bn!on sixty-two million as the total
able to And out anything about the! debt,
organization, but if it uuderstands.the I
men who are suposed to lead it. and ! L CliJt 0 V I I Ul 1 1 fJ
the object of the organization, then it
believes some cognizance will b
taken of the charge.
f r SEATTLE. Nov. 2 Leslie Murray.
t i bootblack here, charged 1S-Ia tor a
Revenue officera arrested
and moonshine at
t'tk' - ii , :'
FORCES DEFEATED IN
SO. RUSSIA BY SOVIET
(International New orvlce.)
LONDON. Nov. 2. General Wran
gel's anti-Bolsheviki army in South
Russia has been decisively defeated
aud is rertreating into Crimea, ac
cording to a Soviet dispatch from
Moscow, which is unofficially confirm
ed in dispatches from Constantinople
(The Associated Press.)
DUBLIN. Nov. 2. The tourist busi
ness in Ireland has bee.a injuriously
affected by-the revolutionary disordo:s.
Tourist agents and hotel keepers are
in despair. North Wales and the Isle
of Man have capture! the visitors who
used to come to Kiliarac-y and Glen
gariff. There has beea a notable ab
sence of the usual influx of Americans.
Dublin has suffered less proportion
ately than other places, but Dublin's
visitors did not take the risk of leav
ing it for the provinces. There was
no danger to life or limb, bat the dis
location of the railway service caused
by the refusal of the railway men to
carry soldiers, police or munitions
made- the train service -so uncertain
that nobody could count safely on
reaching or returning from any given
destination within the limits of a holi
day. v ";;;;--- " ' ; "
DUTCH HIT KAISER
FOR BIG TAXATION
till HIS NEW HOME
(The Associated Press.)
DOORN, Holland, Nov. 2.--The vil
lage of Doom now begins to look
upon the former German emperor as
a welcome guest. His residence here.
under the new tax assessment le
on the exile, is expected to inci
tne towns income oy aooui
annually, being about zo per cent of
the entire municipal tax 'receipts of
Doorn. This is the municipal share
of the anticipated revenue from tax
ation of William's income which the
Dutch government has estimated at
.K. t -... en.-. .,.
HOME OF THE LATE
CORK, Nox. 2.-Uritish soldiers
raided tbe home of the late Terence
. Mac Swiney last night aud tejrcliei
. the ex-lord mayor's two sifters and
two brother, it U reported. Two
lorries loaded v, lth soiriiers mad th
PUBLIC DEBT IS
REDUCED BY OVER
Th. Associated Pres..)
YEAR THAN USUAL
(The Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON. Nov. 2. Fewer!
peraona were killed on railroad tat
, year than since the year 1SS. the In-
terstate Commen-e fViinilssin an-
DAYTONA. FLORIDA. TUESDAY. NOV. 2. 1920
IN MHEBAL ELBflOfeESL.-
(The Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, Nov. 2.-Before the
dawn of another day the country in
all likelihood will know whether
Harding or Cox will be president, as
it is generally agreed that none of
the other five candidates has a
chance. It is estimated that between
twenty and thirty million, votes will
be cast, many women voting for the
first time. There is intense interest
in the fight for Senate and House.
Thirty-four senators will be Elected,
thirty-two to fill seats now occupied
by seventeen Democrats and fifteen
Republicans, and two to Eli the un
expired terms of the late Senators
Bankhead and Martin. An entire new
House, consisting of 435 members, is!,nB- figuring and receiving reports
being chosen. Chairmen Hays and ! trom eTprv rer of the country east
White continued confident of victory.
Harding Gets a Start.
(The Associated Press.)
BOSTON. Nov. 2. First returns of j
the general election from the town of
New Ashford gave the Republicans
28. Democrats 6. Four years ago
Hughes got 16 and Wilson 7.
Cox Back From Toledo.
(The Associated Press.)
DAYTON. Nov. 2. Cox returned
from Toledo and cast his ballot with
Mrs. Cox at Crossroads store today,
going to his home where he will re
main until tonight when he will re
ceive election returns at his news
Harding Votes With Wife.
. (The Associated Prets.)
MARION, Nov. 2. Harding motor
ed to Columbus today and played golf.
returning to cast his ballot with Mrs.
Harding. He will receive returns at
his home with friends. . A bonfire cel
ebration Is planned, for tonight, ,
First to Report.
(International News Service.)
.NEW ASHFORD. Mass., Nov. 2.
This town, the first in the country to
renort th plM tinn tmla. bum- i.'..r
president. Cox, six; Harding, twenty-!
eight. In 1917 Hufehea got sixteen
and "Wilson seven. ''
(The Associated Press.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 2. Zest
was adued to the electioa to .ay by the
publication of statements by Senator'
Johnson, opponent of the lcrfgue. and j
Herbert Hoover, advocate of the '
league. Johnson claims Hardin ij
j against the league, and Hoover says)
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ur-UH or fitra pinic ihitii'1 tHiuna
1 No Women Vote in Georgia j places here oa am ount. i,t (,! t;t
1 (The Associated Press) jtertixs in the fieitnr iK-iti'tr!
j SAVANNAH, 'ov. 2. A negro worn- are trying to g-t out ti.; woino-u !
an appeared at the polls ht-r tiwluy to'
vote, but was denied the p:lvilege be-! Gov. and Mrs. Cojt'dje Vote.
Cause of the Georgia law. No wiuta Th Associates Press)
j wotueu appeared her..-.
Heavy Voting in South
(The Associated Press.)
ATLANTA, Nrv. ..--Heavy votiuj
iu the South, with thousands of worn-)
en participating for the first time, is
predicted by election offii Uls. tUitu-j in S-iuth.
ing the woman vot, will help th ' tintrn.ti-n.i Nr Seri.t
Iiemoc-ratic cauc. Fair weather pre-j ATLANTA. Nov z .-, vt
vailed in mod localities. Inio::rat . Jergia a t.omparativ-!y Utht ;
are conhdetit they will make a t ian j lor.'iioon. mltb ra.nv c.ih"r o.-r
sweep in all southern states. Many f state. Though 'v-ri (if-nhiwj t
Georgia wotii'Mi are e-pe-'ed to dt?- aomti re not fitifid to ?. it .
maud the vol p. de:-pit tb1 state law
tequiring registration six months be -
Many Negroes in Jacksonville.
JACKSONVILLE. Nov - Nci wr
comprised most of the euly vutc here
today, cro'Adint; the poll.s. A r-oid
vote is indicated, despite intermit
Showers in At'anta.
ATLANTA. N.,v. - l'u--t t !i
weatlier. ;th 3h.f,s it, .,ittei-d
sections was election .lay ea?l"r re
ported here ttiday. It raiuitii;
early in Mobile. Jacksonville and At
lanta. Heaviest Vote in Nev Vara H.st.ry.,
tUnitetl Press '
. ium, .'o. u- --. ;
vote ever cast ttt a at miaJ ei. .tu:i
j i bettig pl!el Berv a or:u-g to !u
j-.i.ui- ra-'ri "e '
First reports were received from New
Ashford. Mass.. and Topeka, Kansas.
New Ashford gave Harding 2S and
Cox S. Out of the first hundred In
Wichita Second ward. Cox got 37 and
Both Parties Confident
(International News Service.)
NEW YORK. Nor. 2. Approxi
mately thirty million American men
and women are going to the polls to
day to register a choice for president
and vice-president of the United
States. Four years ago 18,503.010
The two party managers, with
campaigns ended today, are speculat-
or tne Mississippi. weatner gen
erally is muggy, with rain in many
places. Republicans disfavored the
weather, heretofore frequently de-
daring their hopes of carrying the
mountain border states like Kentucky
and Tennessee, rested on fair weath
er. Both Democrats and Republicans,
however, at headquarters, are breath
ing confidence of victory, casting j
aside claims. Neutral observers are
generally agreed that the result of the
election hangs on Indiana, Missouri,
Colorado, Conecticut, Maryland, West
Virginia, Kentucky, New Jersey.
Ohio, New Hampshire, New Mexico,
Arizona, Montana, Nevada and Utah.
F.arly reports show heavy voting
early with a large proportion of
Roosevelt Casts Vote.
I'OCGHKE?SlE. K. Nov. 2
Franklin Roosevelt escorted hia wife
nd mother to a Hyde tark polling
place at S:';o this morning '
Harding's Birthday Today.
' (United Press.)
MARION, Nov. 2 Today is Sui
tor Harding's birthday. After ac-
j eomvanying his wife to the polls be
v" "n " " ' "
returneu nome to cewtiraie bis
I astir eany ana app-area in a com-
jpiacent frame of mind. If wtalb'-r
! permits. Senator Hardin? will motor
j to Columbus for a game of goif aud
! win return home hi timi ir im-r
and to receive return hy special
E"tr Po,,ce at Ph'lalc'ph'a.
wn' o i
j NORTHAMITON. Nv. 2. (..' r-
tior l oul.dge and his w if t-d nif
i After an informal rc -pt i w y r-
! turned to f.5o.-ton. "i,-;e ,'A r
, ceivit ei-tli'ti refiirti
Wjmtn Vote Heawy
i i(-pnrted tttat t!-ir bt!i'.f
: it In a number of l-naU
Vi.uiia women wn- v;
'he Huh W;.id only. ie -'
women, this f !retiota.
i !i Alah.im-t vit!u- : ' ;,:
! Kiimru votltiit, riiei r.-v-t i .t ..
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i ii A". -of
. it ,
llisat. .No ii-r.if-s arc v-,;;
i hati.a. Ih'iniK'r-:..; i-a-i r
j n'-S',1 cia rrt Govr!vr t" '
i th state Iw J' lift. fte:c
Hi it I ha' ',
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situ th.,' t.". p.
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u;liS is are a
them ei4r.e. ia N-w (
V'ttitoC I 6t. U';h.;
the Thud di.-Ukt. U(!r
Mar l.i!d Heavy v
i rill t
i International New Service.)
CHICAGO. Nov. 2. Eight burglars
crawled through a transom la the
warebouisa of Manny Blanc & Com
pany here today, bound and gagged
the watchman, stole $40,000 worth of
wuukey, gin and brandy and hauled
it away iu two tracks.
(The Associated Pre.)
BERLIN, Nov. Z. A new bank capi
talized at 11,000,009 marks has been
orgatjued hre by a udicale of Ger
man bankers and industrialists to fos
ter trai rt-Utioiis 14 ween Germany
and Russia. The new institution will
co-operate with P-trograd and Mos
cow hanks as well as with leading
It i) propose! to include the Baltic
and border states in the newly formed
bank's sphere of Influence.
The VoKtstbe's financial editor says
that the lively interest displayed by
the United States and England in Rus
sian trade relations should be an In
centive for Ge-rmany to turn her trade
eye to the Etrt.
It Hcdarvs lh.t world conferences
will d'Sv'Hjis the European situation in
vain so lonj as thy coatiai to ex
clude Russia tru thrtr economic cal
OFFICES TlliS A. .!.
YORK. No. 2. An
i f ma its to "to. a out" the 1.-
! ,.rillit, XhHUmzl
j.-.jTk:?o ia Gs-.-tsd Central piac here
S to.ia ir for :iu.i noa-aaysneat of
j riIf d:r. it tatovrat i.dfew indkastiaas a ta SH atSPait
! h. tfl,. t nun. Th tatarat Xr4s skwrw ta taw ttssa.
i A t:,4, rt,r j, tea paid ia f siil, I It ta ttar sawratf. awa. $
TM. y. r nants and Mf-tarr! r aight l SpaJMw p.aatra-y-
Ej,-hairs. wuith op.-rate taw baud-
f. k, a i ; Ttt j. :
': li' iv of !
A 'i 'ii ttit hol o
ii trfjriai yiffi!tt by
ir-.r-.. s!:?!jt-ot de
ii '.' ! (Wt th--y ar-
i o-ii tiie fUitaitt
STATE VOTE OF GA.
MAY BE CIIAUECSED; i
SUFFS iTECLACE WAR
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SERVED ONE FAMILY
FOR FIFTY. YEARS
i ti;i::s:h. 1 ' i Nov 1 '
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RETURNS IS SLOW.
tag Jowrnal. says ka i3 t
tSm daawag o r"l C. ;
who cirtwiiisj tl r ;
vtdeatiy meezzz, tl 1 t x 1
ttbei wait aeaiawt tl r. "j I , :
its expos of kis ewrrc;:X3 C
ig to sell to lh Clnti :
the vote of Daytoaas i
also say h wilt sa be.',r r ; r
jary waica coavwawa U C c
week asd acak hiCctr'j C J C
gory a git; not law oaa tai t t"
forged the letter tat was y -
published la the Daily
.Judaa Escariut, over two tL
years ago. deaied Usat k c'J t"
Saviour Iut the awof of Cl r
did not betiav tOsa. t C
ales that n atteaiatc ka r: l t
votes of the people of t?tr t
the people ot Votaate cosjsccy Ci t.
believo him. If ta letter t '
by th Daily Ns ymtrrSxr CJ at
forgery, as Mr. Sparks fccr:V 5
he was grossly Ltbetal aad Lk eacTx ;
of the land arw opes t him. arJ L
aad his cohorts art argasuy fc.l
aftr a short stay ia lirU kr jt U
donbt whether Spaa Lards ar al t
tell the tisae. T!eva ar memrm aS r
St clacks ia gors3a-aS M-c f:l
oa church towers aai 9mtr tcry
Spaaiard carries a watch, wtLS kw
of tea looks at, bat araarcavr ttmm
da sot aaaaa aaytkiag t ta crcrO
Aa iavtutira so a asal at
hour Bcaaa that la host ar C t
mill appear hail aa boar or caw
Aa fcppoiataHrat for a tml txt mzi
Plata aearly alwaya fiads kck rrrtias
ahseat at. ta aour ftaased. Aa fci-
view arrasged wtth aa aOcicS t;- !5ai
attaiiy a watt of aa fcewr ia CJ i -room.
Th i2at wOl mm. aa iwa tw
try oa yoar nit f a
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days after a has prwasa4 tw .
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