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The French goV- ent Invited all delegates to the conference to visit the devas reglons ol northern France on by. it was planned io take the lates to the formeK battle r one U train, leaving Paris Saturday going to Lent, Arras and other Members of the American Jation will go but It is 9t oq- k whether Wilson will join the lol Movement Unsuccessful (By Associated Press ) ' 4s, April 2.Heports have beea ed by the jFreiich foreign--of jhat the.Bdlsheylk, mbveoit-ht In u-Aiistrta'' tas be;en ; generally WssfulV , Reassuring reports ve been -received from Hun itau ouiuiaia: now ueneve u poa to resume'1 diplomatic relation PRESIDENT .SATS V, 8. '',' TROOPS ARE NOT TO nCHT IN LOCAL- DISTURBANCES London, April 2. President V11soq has Informed , other members cf the American' delegation to the .-peace conference that no American soldiers thould be used In any trouble in east ern or southeastern , Europe, a Cir tral News, dispatch from Paris iiays. -s v Deny Reports ' That' Japanese ,V ; Bought Land3ii t- Ifl Lowered i-: (By Associated Press.). Mexico City, April , 2. -Salvador Gomes of the Department o Agrleml' ture denied tonight the reports thai Japanese subjects v had bough land in Lower California, . t L'JTO CAS OF CAPr- FRYAT r iVT Associated Pmli Berlin, April I. Investigation wW was begun yesterdsjr before the Imiq perial Mumury court Into t)x cas o Captain, Fryatt, of tb British Merch ant marine. The commander was et ecnted by th Germans in 1 ttfUJ ms conviction oy the German court martial of having attempted t rant a submarine with his vessel. - . CABBAGE, CUKES. BEANS - v 1 ' BRINRINO 1IK1KEST PRICES Cabbage and beans are leading In the vegetable movement this week, and are bringing fine, prices. Bana sr.ld yesterday on the express plat form at 14.75 to $S. the, movement yesterday was 150 hampers, a . flg gain over Batnrday.-wben 77 hump era werd shipped. . The season If just KING AW CALLS 01IPRMT HffflllPLIlli TRIP BRUSStLS 10 PARIS . (By Associated Press.) Parit, April 1. King Albert, who arrived from Brussels vesterday by airplane,' paid President Wilson a visit' tdday. ;.vtv. ' .r: opening, .but the movement is climb Ing rapidly, Cucnmberb ar bringing $3 to ?6 and yellow squash about U per crate. .. ''-:, '':.-i's '-.y" Cabbage sold yesterday at S3. 75 the cra,tt.; Fifty-one crates moved by ex press.' The ' freight , movement, is light;-but it was said ihls morning that one car will be loaded here joday or tomorrow, and a car at each wov er and Hopewell this week. Tbomas A Burch etped to move four cars from Fort Meade this week. Plant City Courier. ' North Dakota. Won't Stand For Increased Passenger And Freight Rates (By Associated Press.) BIsmark. N. D., April 2. The State supreme court today granted the application of Attorney Qeueral Langer for a writ restraining the rail" roads in North Dakota from charging increased . passenger and freight rates made effective June, WIS, by order of the director general of rail roads. An appeal to the United States supremo court will be taken by the solicitor for he railroad administra tion, it was announced. , Republic Proclaimed ' i t (By Associated, Press.) . don. April 2. The1 newspaper ernl LIsty of Agram, lugo- according to , a wireless "from announces the Krageorgsvltch fty has been, deposed and a. tf proclaimed in Belgrade, the 1 of Serbia and Jugo-Slaviaj: Reach Agreement Tomorrow v (By Associated Proa. f.. purlch, April : 2. In view of negotiations over the Danzig on, the German cabinet decided her the chiefs of all parties of atlonal assembly at Berlin to- Iw to reach an agreement on a to be followed., "according to Jnouncement by the German pro ;da lerrlctt.'''-' 1 ' Consider fjeparatlon (By Associated Press.) s, April;" 2. Consideration of paratlon question and dUposI f the Rhine valley was i ronttn- f the eouncH of four, comprising 1 and the premiers of France and' Greai Britain, when the !l session resumed today. It Is Food that It !s probable that t three more days win be oc- wlth these subjects. BANANAS ARE NOW.. ' " ON TH ETOBOQGAN Miami People Will No Uflger Have - To. Pay Sixty Cents a Dozen V pAT IS, YOUR ANSWERt Ifacturers Record Baltimore) h war was deliberately planned recipitated by the German Gov- nt with the co-cperation bf the n people, and the war was con Miami, April 2. Sixty cents a doz en banahas are a thing of the past. At least .they are for some time to come and will be forever, If tbejpec- rplft here ; will patronize the new trade that bas sprung up between Cuba and Miami , , ,1, i Yesterday the two-masted schooner Harvester, Captain Francis, dropped down the, bay and moored to the Ter minal docks with a cargo; of fruit. It is all In excellent condition, too, and most of the bunches are green, with some getting, ripe gradually. , The schooner was" loaded to tho guard rails, with, "the luscious, pre cious fruit, and to show the fallacy of the high charges made possible be cause of the control of the fruit trade by the, largo companies, the , people are informed that the master of the vessel brought them over Instead of ballast, getting them cheap, selling them cheap and making it possible for even the most humble dweller to have a bunch for the kiddies. 5f Used for Ballast ;; : V' The schooner Harvester, carries lumber oat of this port for Cuba, and on the last trip Instead of coming back In balla3t the master decided to try a little business deal for himself and loaded on a cargo of bananas at Nipe Bay. V ' Yesterday there were about a score of lucky kiddles gathered around the trim little schooner and they had alt the ripe bananas off the bunches they could eat There was a considerable crowd gathered about' the dock and all has their fill of the ripe fruit They are to be sold at a reasonable price to the people of Miami at Sixth and D. Outbreak In Germany More Serious Than Any Heretofore Is Threatened .1' a similar expense for each. "It s needless to add other illusfra tons of what that $15,000,000,000 in the most barbarous and in-! would do to add to the happiness and prosperity or tne American peopte. It takes only a moment's calculation to ascertain that Instead of supplying ourselves wil all the conveniences and needs which this money would have procured, we have shouldered a manner by the German peo very" life that was lost, every that was sustained, every in- f that was endured, every dol- Forth of property that was de lall these are chargeable dl- L. i.t.xOKER TO BUILD A JAUSOLEtTr AT PALM BEACH According to the Palm Beach Tost Richard Croker, one ' time : boss : of Tammanf-Hall, New York's strong political iijganlzatlott, will build iru80leum 'n Palm Beach Jrt which fa bj will be laid to rest when the fitahr&di cornel The Posj,ays.r "ApplIcatI6n.io the city conncllat the session last night by Contrsctor Clarence Wilcox for,' a building per mlt disclosed the fact that 'Richard Croker plans- to have bunt In Wood- lawn Cemetery- a f , (By Associated Press.) ' - London, April I. Describing the outlook in Germany, the Berlin cor respondent 4o the Mail says a crisis Is ; rapidly approaching which seems certain to be graver than either the January ar March outbreaka. -, " prints to the mausoleum were exhib ited to the couhcil'Thft application liat'igrttttotc' ih ..'jKr ttt .., m i'The appUcatlpn indicates that Mf Croker expects to make Palm Beach and West Palm Beach his permanent home and has no expectation of re- iriiusotenm v that turnlngtq , .New j York . Cky - Ire- will cost fSJWar npwahr, : Bluer land;. t t' n am flttArair. nt til thn fiorrwan normlft DUraen equlVl'V". i " Kuse of that diabolical destruc- about J22000 forach family in the s of life and property the pec- United States. ! the United States have had The foregoing nn5 ,.u. 'upon them a burden of prob- has been issued by Hon. Jonathan 45.000,000.000-a sum of money Bourne, Jr., president of the Republl- lias been absolutely wasted. can wwiciiy abwk:uuu. - tisnMftftnnnnn ni,l . have '. markably clear outline or wnai tne million miles of permanent , flnanrlal cost of the war has been to fntaced highway at the high America. f 145.000 per mOe. A million Shan we ana ur ,u ... of highway would traverse the ; grandchildren carry the burden in r more than 300, times. That, order to let the Hars snd tootsn . nd r.OOn.000 would' have bunt a.muroerera vi srhoolhouses t an irerzzey indeiuniry to ust . f 115.000 each. It would have What is the answer of America to d a million public libraries at 'this question? , One of Billy Sundayfs Sons Was Gaptairi: Another an Editor Denouncing; all doctrines "as false make a radical decision or moral veri and of the levll" that teach that sin ;ture.'' The -evangellat said if God qerfl wlll be given a chance after had killed him when he was a sin physical death to repent of sin, 'the ner, he would have been In hell rath evangelist ' probably quoted more er than in Tampa, preaching the gos scripture this afternoon than in any pel of Jesus Christ? . . sermon delivered so far."" He not "onlyj Preaching "on" the "No Second irored blow after blow at the re- Chance," Bill Sunday began the third llgious-ifim" as hetorms them; ; but week of his evangelistic services in at the infidelity gaining grCund' with Tampa this afternoon with a spirit some people in the form of Intellec- of sadness camping with himself and tual criticism. ' - : ': x . - party. The melancholy is occasioned N He. says, "It is hext to Impossible 'by the news of the death of Robert for anybody that .can think straight - Mathews mother at her Kentucky or see straight to believe that'pun- home, which reached Mr. Sunday's ishment in the next world would have secretary in time for him to catch a redemptive and purifying ; effect t&9 night train last night, to be pres upon the-sins." He says the theory ent at her funeral Funeral services of some people is that hell is a" col- will be held at her home, Carrollton, lege, where people -enter their fresh- Ky., tomorrow afternoon or Thurs men year and graduate with flying , I colors their senior, year. 1 4 I Mrs. Mathews died suddenlyand A sinful life hardens 'as the years her death was a shock to her son and roll by and the longer a person lives all members of the Sunday party. He tho harder it is for them to be saved, Is the third member of the party that says the evangelist Citing the lives has been called away to attend the of men m olden times, he Bald tbey funeral or the bedside of a close rel had lived so long and become so rot- atlve since the party's arrival In ten that God iirvd to submerge 'the Tampa. world under water for 40 days in or Rev. .Sol C Dickey was the first, der to wash them and their sins off a telegram reaching him three or the earth." ; ' four days .before Mr. Sunday arrived Convert the Children, He Says that his brother at Chicago had died. Conversion of children was heart- Dr. Dickey acted as the booking agent fly endorsed. "Seven-eighths of the of Mr. Sunday fof the Tampa and St Christians of the world became Chris-( Augustine meetings, tlans before they wero 15," he sald.i . Ma" Sunday Left, Today "The devil had rr.ther ree 600 old men Last Thursday night Rev. H. , H. and women walk Into' this tabernacle Pltzer, Mr. Sunday's personal repre than one boy or girl, because that boy sentative, received a telegram that or girl might be a Moody, ' Gypsy his wife was very low. It was only Smith, he might be a Mr.rt!n Luther, a few minutes until train time and but yon old sinnerthe devil knows in order that he might catch it, Billy he h?s got you over on the other sldd called the train dispatcher by tele cf the line. . , J phone, asking if he would hold the "Every known law cf eur being train Just a few minutes. The reply nhvsfral, mental and mora! la a si- from the dispatcher was, "Sure.vWe 'ert poacher of the fact that the old- wftl gladly do anything for you, Mr. r we ptow. the loirr we live, the Sunday.? rot (Mfficult it will be for you to Mrs. Sunday left on tho 12 o'clock VA. PEACH CROP KB Br THE COLD (By Associated Press.) Washington. April 2. -Damage to fruit and vegetables in the southeast by the cold of the last few days was reported in advices received' here to day, The Virginia peach crop is vir tufclly ruined. . HANDWRITING rem OPPOSE USE Of DANZIG .-it Th'etdem '. , 6 I' LcnWators eventu WV'" ' 'hX !' 01 ana oraer, resirsu-; .' i .Vt.' train today for Winona ; Laki), Ind.; their borne, but she expects to stop off at Carrollton, Ky, and ,'. hopes to reach there in time, for the funeral of; Mrs. ' Mathews. " From Carrollton she goes 'straight to Winona ,;' Lake, waiting thore for her husband to .fin ish the meeting here, deliver Several Liberty loan speeches '- before , : e reaches home, Aiy,,-.J' The meeting; here will close on Sunday night, April 13, end on the following Tuesday pleht. b is erh duled, to deliver a patrtotto speech at AtnmtatfTom Atlanta be-aKLto Wilmington, "'Del,' for a speScb'Frtday day night; Trenton; N. J., on Friday night: .Harrisbunr. Pa.. Saturday night, and Monday night," tho opening day of the drive, lie speaks at Omaha, Neb..; : ' ' ' OhV of' Sunday's ion an (Fdltor ' After the Liberty loan drlv ' the evangelist and his wile are planning a visit ,wlth their daughter, Mrs. M. P. Haines, at Sturgis, 'Mich. ' Stufgis is 11 city of about 6,000 people and Mr; Haines 'is editor and owner of the r only , newspaper there, the Sturgis Daily 1 Journal.1' . Paul Sundays the 'youngest, of the three boys, Is In school at "Winona Lake, in the sixth ' grade. ; When school is out at Winona Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday will go to Hoodriver, Ore., to spend the remainder of the spring and part of the summer, where Mr. Sunday owns a small ranch and form. The two oldest boys, Capt George M. Sunday, and Billy, Jr., are at noodrlver. George is married and has a family.' He Just returned from France, having been promoted to cap tain only, a short 'time before receiv ing his discharge. Billy tries to spend a part of every spring .and summer at his Oregon farm, while there plows, looks after cattle and everything else the aver age farmer does. During the absence of Mathews and Pltzer, Col. Everett T. Benton is as sisting Mr. Sunday carry out the du ties of the two In connection with the campaign, Mathews will probably re turn in time for the two services next Sunday. In the meantime Miss Ma mie . Dawson; organist and choir di rector - of the First . Presbyterian SEVERAL KILLED AND XA5T WOUSDED IN RIOTING LX BER LlJf AND OTHER GERXA9 CITIES ' ,; ' : - ' j , (By Associated' Press.) Paris, April 2. Germany will not I.ersist, in her opposition to the as of Danzig by Polish troops enrouta from France to Poland, according; t advices ' reaching Paris newspapers . (By Associated Press ) lj, Archangel. Tuesday. Anrll 3. Th -, Bolshevik again attacked the Allied '. 1 position along the Railway near Olf serskala, . and;'' Jrt'wrftff an 'autt V-.. "6"'"" u.,lt' .'. f and four v vnti!-a ' ' v blacea they weti1 rennllV I.) . 3 Killed, Many , (By Associated Rerlln, lArllj etrlkers and goverjr Stuttgart Tuesday f Kiueq ana many t 1 'in..;: 1 V-ilS i' ' i ' rwr'W Dint' l a' .,, tuy Afcociatev itw.i t , i Frankfort,. Tuesday, layfeflf Rioting bfolKC- , thls afternoon The mob' tderei provisions stores anaaii' avHtm. military forces were rushed tha-'N J, " f , iV Killed, 23 Wounded , -(By Associated Pres1 Paris, April 2. A" Zurich d'snatch says in Fratkfort riots , Mojiday.'elevi" l fcn were killed and, twenty-flve were- wounded.. The police made 400 ,ar rests.-,, .. Revolution In Pctrograd , j i-fBy Asorlated Prn. , . - London, April 2. Reports that a revolution against the Soviet govern ment has broken out in Petrornd. Is supported by an official Russian wire' less received here which- says there Is a serious strike of raMwsy men la the Petrograd region! The str ke, tt je said, is, prompted by. Menshevikl and social revolutionaries. AJfEMCAN TRADE COimS- SIONER FOR C2ECH.CL0TAKU V. A. Gerlnger.. of Chicago, editor of the Bohemian Dally Svomost. and managing editor of a numberof other Heading Bohemian papers, bis been epnointed Trade Commfloner 10 the 1 republic of Chechoslovakia. It is an--ronnced bv the ' Bureau of Foreign and Domestl'S Commerce, Department of .Commerce,, that the new Tra'da Commissioner will .study end report on industrial and, economic iondi t'ons In that country as a bs!s for the development of close cotrmrrclal church, will play the piano for the i relat'ons between the two. countries. evening services. Rodey has not def initely secured a regular pianist for the afternoon services yet Miss Lola Burdett, a visitor in the city for the Sunday meetings, took Matthews' place this afternoon. ; The news of his mothers' death pre vented Mathews from going to St Petersburg with Rodey last night, and Miss Dawson played his accompani ments for a concert in the "Sunshine City." . ' Rodey Spoke to Shipbuilders Rodeheaver spoke to the men of Trade Coim'psfner nerflr?r ' will sMl about Anrll 50, and in the mean time manufacturers and eTno'ts in terested In the commei".!' future of Oeho1fvBltii tnr adiVtw 'm af. 2!''l Ponth Crawfo-d svmu". CMcajfO. nlpht for Sebrlng for a short visit with CoL E. P. Brown and wife, re turning yesterday afternoon about 6 o'clock. Following their dinner at the Tampa Bay hotel, they motored to Valrlco, spending the evening with px-Oov. VanSant and wife.' nt Minn- the Oscar Daniels shipbuilding plant sota,' who have a' winter home at Vai this morning at 11:30. He and Math-' rfco. ews were also on the program at the j Following th8 Bible lectnre at the weekly meeting of the Tourist Club t this nf emoon, sx talked at the Tampa Bay Casino yesterday to the glr!3 of the IHtrh tcho for a afternoon. jfsw minutes. Tomorrow 'afternoon F"!v.,nrd Mrs. Sundry left tarn- he talks to, the ITI -li srtool girls dlately lafler the services SanJay r.sa(a at tha tent Tampa T:me-s t - ' ' " f t I ,)X; if V . V V. f 1 ! I f ? J 11 1 I !f1 - 1. 1i 1 ' . H' I Hi '4 V i 'I ( '4 V " 5 f i 5 ! 'i I J . 4 . ' L tj I 11 :; !I'JI !' ' I 1 f 1