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“ALASKA CAN PAY THF. NATION'S WAR DEBT
THE DAILY ALASKA CITIZEN SOI S' _ EMID'.MNK: M \SK \. St MAN M( >R M N(Sc-pi 14, I'M1'_ WHOEK NUMBER 1132 I ,ii n \i i»m mi i rci nia i . i i ■ \ . vi. m. i:i/.i n \ i' ■ . I I.HIM. "I' w Mi \i!i: IT I I I UM.II IT.UMAM.M l.\ THAT WILSON HA. I'LAN I'OR ALLOT MF.N I , , i i 11 \ I III. Mil I:l. \. i. . ' 1 < > I >1 . I.I IS|. IT 111 | S I A I I ,S I i \ I I 1.1 .SI 11| ,.N I TI.A.NS III .■i i ' I. i M HITS \\lll< II UTI.I.I i I I ..Mil M'TKiiS AI. \ III.' I < i\ 1 i r Si‘|it i;: , ■ .11 i nj 11 ii la . I »* * 11 u • 11K * i nil l • i • 111 j n 11 11 • i •! I In hulls' ul rep • a 'in i \' *;'• ni'i.11 r % ion < j • lie ' ul I all u|' I lie I llih ii j ml iia I it i l In inlull | 1 .• a i < 1«- J». i rl iiu Ill (it 1" i Ilia i a . . ■ . ,i i n unit? ul i lir 11 < i nia n illl.-l which U.'lr • ei/.rd al 111! ull-l | It.* v. a i II* ■ aid that lie ' ■ .n i a !iui i/* -»i 1 u ina Ue I Ik* ta!»- : . i . I 'I • 'h ill \\ || U|| and Seri I ] . " \\ .11 I '.a i.' i hill i »m|U«\* l.-d lli.il Ii* I a led lu dc i lu «• tin plan- | , P i • • he n madi 11<- tail'd • I iii.i i I lu- I- id. ni has dell . d* • id* d i .gal d I lip l he allot • 1,1 [ He . • el: .l> illg 1 til till I 1 Hu- plan 1 ul Hit'll di i a •. he di . m Mil St hill JAP SOLDIERS ARE ACTING UP Ml' KILGIMl” r III iKS THINGS I If AT 1.1 i\ Klif.MEN T WILL .i>l U .1 .1 >\\ 1M m.lSMKl' 1 « »1 . 1 * », ,1.ip.ill, Sepl Ki pP) ‘.I VS p.ipel It pul l Ul a S VI) L-t 1 lull, .ill.ill iliVOlslUg 1 to ..uldlel: ul lilt-; ,\1 .iI liUs .iiii.i it-giuu ill ale admitted lulugt.il bs Hie chief Ul tall Ul Ilf. ; hi ih aims disi lull ul Japaii 1 be guv tinmeni will nut, howevci, al In lh» complete 1epOi i ul l be ai i.m iu b. made public at lhi.- turn i in leginn iit which u involved i hiieii to be t.oinposed chiefly ul 11 els lata EXPECTED TO BREAK RECORD TIN I * ilM l.\l‘K( I ED TO MAKE . i.'vDIVo IKK IN TWELVE I E\\ I'T 11 i.M KKI.T I I SAN 1-TiANi ISi ii, Sepl 13 (/P) 'l lii' Han |it>1 ( Hiral Northern sailed ! from (Mill lnii l oil as lor Vladivostok j with l.i00 volunteer.* who are beiiifc ! • III lo Siberia a: replacement troops ■ lln (Ireal Northern is expected to iTiidi Vladivostok in twelve day* \ bivaking all trails Pacific records. * AMERICA OWES RATIFICATION TO THE WORLD; SAYS WILSON SI- . NTTl K. S< |>t Id. (/P) I’n i'lt-nl Wilson i speak inp tonight .il tin- \reiia tonne ot the largest audienees ever e a I he ret 1 together under "lie mol ill Seattle All ul his I’e mail, .He henr- made m di ten.-' "I the peace treats III cliiel |>i>i111 a made dunnc the eailier pari "I hi- addte wa- dial the pmmi'es made l>s Nmerica ss hen - lie eiiU-red die ss a i '.ill he redeemed utils In the milpiahlled acceptance ul the |icace I teaI s. SIT. \KS NT T NC't > N1A T NC't >\l N. Sept IS (/P) I till in ' the peecli he de lisered here Imlas 1‘resident Wilson read a portion ot the declaraliiiu oi war thill the I'nited Stales had made against t icrnians lie then staled that the purpose therein out lined had not heen lullilled and ssould not he I ul tilled until the tf'-als in ii' eiil ii el s had hei-u ratilied In the -i-nate lie dieti interrogated his audience as to \shether or not the people de-iiv to ah.union the treats and received cmnhuli> "no--" in anssser trout all parts ot the capacious hall in which lie sp<ike. (. (till Milling, I III* I lr-lvUlll spdki* nl 1 111 * Co.sl i)i lilt* W.'ll 111 all partics concerned winch, lie said, was SI Si >,()(>(),( X H),()(X). llie cost u! the I'niled Stales, lie staled, was a million dol lar hoiirlv t’oi two iear- oi a total ot appioximatelv SIS. I)()(),(tOO.OOt) In addition to all this he aid, there had been the cost to t i \ ilizat ion o l / ,450,>0deat 11 s in battle. \\ f I .SON'S SCI 11,1 )L’LE | \ I II I , Sept Id (.dO I 'l eddeill \\ ib oil I title I o arrive lure at I alt o t lock the a 11 e moon t rom I a coni.a where lie delivered a spcci h tin illumine,. As oon a< pos 11 ilt* .a 111 • i In allot here lie will mi aboard the historic battle lap i tic 'on till a review til tile I’acilic licet with Secreiarv I >anid Hi m-vl enoaeement n at ii o’clock when lie will pal take til a public tliimel at the I I i I • j it >. 11 Ol 111 III speak tonic,lit at the Arena cvcrv av ailable eat tor tile sepal.in" baviric alre.nIv been spoken tor THAT I lb, MAN b'kb'.l I A I' \ . A \ k I AI A. \\ m, Sept Id. (/P) Set lion hamb ol the Northern 1‘anlic railroad were busily engaged in this vicin ity tin morning locking and spiking the switches on the main line ol road t his is being done, it is stated, in ordei that I i e it lei it Wilson's special train may pass Ireely and not be in dungei oi derailment. I'he train is stopping loi a moment at practically all ot the small towns along the route when the President bakes hands yyitli the crowds which are al way gal heroI to greet him. TANKS K I Six'* Tkll’ Sb \ I I I.I•., Sept Id. (/P) As it turned cn11 the trip that I'resident Wilson and party took between the docks here and the battleship Oregon before the licet review today was a risky one. File trip yyas made in a navy launch, which at limes dipped vyater on account ol the choppy sea that re sulted Iroin the still breeze that yyas likming and, as tho that were not enough, the launch collided yyitli another nay a I launch, head oil, shortly alter leayiug shore. Fhe members ol the I’lcsidem's party, theretore, received a severe jariuie. SKINS \ IS1TOKS’ BU()K I SI' \ I I I I'., Sept. Id. (/I*) Allei lie had reviewed the I 'aii I ic licet todav I’resident Wilson signed Oregon's lamouM v i 11or hook. I his book dates hack to the earlv dues ot Oregon and contains the names ut all the |ironiineiil person j am who ever visited the PaCltlC coast. I HI PkPSlDIvNT’S RECEPTION I \TTl P, Sepj Id (/P) .Members ot the President' II av i• 1111 ■ part v aie authority tor the statement that the re- j ception that Mr. Wilson has received here is one ol the real esl ol hi entire tour. Wherever he goes the President I, elected In a crowd whose one wish is to catch a glimpse ot him. I housands ol people were on the water Iron! this atternoon to see him as he took his departure tot the Ore gon lot the fleet review and also when he retuined The ciow vis also broke thru the police ropes in their desire to see1 the President and followed the Presidential automobile as the distinguished visitor was being taken to his hotel, cheering : at cvetv step. m o TROOP-' STli.i. PATROI. STREETS «BOSTON T(> HOl.I> BAC K MOBS BOSTON, Sepl 13 t/P) one man wa killed and alinthei wounded in a temporal) re: uniption of rioting again t authorilv here (hi: morning I lie oldiei. liad ordered a mob to lno\e on Whieh wa: congregated about a heel speaker and when tIie> i efUsed (o do «• and applied epithet: to the . oldiei filed lUtO the ituWll with the above result. Nolle of the policemen who de reiled their post:, of duty have vet been reinstated And Police t’oin mi : miiei t’urli- sav- that there will be no ! fill: I a t emellt ot I lie deseltel. a tlnir place; are rapidl> being fill ed b> newlv employed non-union po lice GOMPEKS BLAMES CURTIS NEW YORK. Sept. 13. (/P) In a statement issued here regarding the SENATOR JOHNSON IS GREETED AS THE NEXT PRESIDENT WHEN APPEARS ON SPEAKERS’ STAND KANSAS CITY, Sept. Id. (/P) Crowds are gather ing from far and near to he present tonight when Senator I 11ram h'hnson, ol California, presents his arguments against the peace treats and league ol nations covenant. |*rom Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas the people are coming and the crowd promises to be even larger than that which heard President Wilson speak in defense ol ratitica lion ol the peace treats several days ago. In tact the de mand for tickets to the speaking tonight is unprecedented. |( )| IN'SON PPCb.l \ T.l) IvNTI I l.TSI ASTICA 1.1, Y KANSAS CITY. Sept. Id. (/P) A demonstration lasting sixteen minutes greeted Senator Johnson when he made liis appearance on the speakers’ stand at Convention hall for the purpose of delivering an address against the rati tication of the peace treaty, the crowd greeting the senator as the next President of the United States. And not only was the hall in which Senator Johnson spoke filled to over flowing hut hundreds were turned away, being unable to se cure admission to the hall. Among other things said by the senator during his peech is that the United States is now at the cross roads ot national destine. One road, lie said, leads to sinister Kuro pean and Asiatic complications, the other the straight and narrow path of patriotic Americanism, further stating that the people of the country must choose the latter as the only safe course. IjO: I i til police I ri k« I ’le: I kill i roll I P» i ol ih \iiiei n ail Federation of l.aboi place: the entile blame toi the .-trike nil Police ( Ollllil i Srilolltl « urn And he not on Is blames t'lii iis toi the starting ol the troubh but also says that lie will be In blame for troubh. of the future be cause til his ictu.al in reinstate tin trikeis when t hes offered to go back to work STANDARD OIL III; r HIM’ \ K: ill T IN Bid HI ANT i iH I ANI.AlMi nil. NK\Y Y« *K K t TI Y N I AY Y i >RK . : ’• • i• i n (/P) IV e ala rin w* i < I Ui n* »1 ill to I In* • il \ tii <• »P -pa 11 iiieii t tin. morning toi a tin i agin in tin* plant of the Standard « nl company along Dew ton creek af I oiig 1 land i ’its Tin- plant coy» i II il 11 V a » I '• of do: el S ( ollge. | I d build mg and il i feared that if lire once ; etc a : i a i t that tin* entire - tabli- li lneiil will be burned. WORST STORM IN HISTORY 11 (RR ID AN I*: OFF FLORIDA to AST LKLILYHD Tn II \ VK LLLN WORST FA' KR KNOWN WASHINGTON. Sepl. 13 (/P) reports received from points along the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlanta ceaboard of/tlie southern states, show that the hurricane which recently visited those sections was the worst in history The reports state that numbers of vessels have been sunk and that many more went ashore during the storm on every part of i lie Florida reef. It is also stated that the loss of life has not even been estimated as yet STORM GOES WEST WASHINGTON. Sept 13. (/P) It i. reported here tonight that the storm which has recently been rag ing off the Florida coast is going to the westward as was predicted sev eral days ago by the weather bureau It is stated to have already eaused the tides to rise at Galveston, Texas, in an extraordinary rnannet, the low places on outlying islands being flooded This has caused the peo ple living on the islands to flee to the city in terror us they fear a repitition of the great Galveston flood of years ago when practically the entire city was washed away. : s HERMAN i’RkWN PRINFESS \ .h FHIEEREN VISIT EX KAISER AND WIFE AMEKUNGKN, Holland, Sept IT (/p) i lit forniei crown princess of HennaII> with her lwo sons arrived In i* today toi a \isil with the form « i emperor and empress by whom ihe> were received Nothing is known regaining how long they intend to i email! but it is stated in some quaitei that they may stay permaii eiitly Ml. BANDITS MAKE CATCH Uni! 'l l; AIN OF MINING POMPANY uP PAY Uul.P ANIi PAP TP UK PA YMASTKKS. PI III IP All PA PITY, Mexico, Sept. (/P) Mexican bandits again sub milled i he government of Mexico to harsh criticism on the part of the I'niled Slate,-, lonigbl when they rap Lured two Americans who were acting as paymasters at a mine own ed In an American company, while eiiroute in the mine from this city \n illi the money which was to be used in paying off the employees of the mine. They took both the men and the money from a train operated In i lie milling concern. The bandits are said to have been ten in number and to have been well araied and mount ed. COALITION MAY BE DOOMED SOON ENGLISH ELECTION POINTS TO DOOM OE COALITION GOVERN MENT OE ENGLAND LONDON. Sept lli —(JP)—If the re ,ill of the recent election thruout England are any criterion, the coal it ion government of the British em | [lire seems doomed. This statement being made as the result ot the Bye • lections in Widness and Lancaster n which Arthur Henderson, the labor leader, war elected to a seat in the house of commons This is consider* to be a severe blow to the coalition government and 111a,> be the mean.'- of railing a gem i.il , election cabinet recotmti uction c I ■ <mg overdue and, as coalition seems liable to solve the Irish question ! ■ • iitiy political leaders' express the opinion that a change should be made, ‘ and it i generall) claimed that seiiti im nt i running against coalition WILL NOT HAVE DIED IN VAIN I 'i.C KM >1\NTS ol I d\(' KASKl» Sub Dl 1 IKS TO < • K'i Dol Bl.fc; i i iMPhJNSATlt )N WASHINGTON. Sept 13. \ft>) The house ol i epiesenluti v e: toda) passed tin- increase of compensation bill and it lias been sent to the sen ate The bill provide:; that the com primal ion originally provided by the war risk insurance act shall be doubled ill I lie case of disabled sol diets and sailors and the dependents of those who died during the war. SAYS HE TRIED TO GET PEACE EARLY IN WAR I'llli IP S< HKIOKMANN GERMAN i >1 I All.. IS IK UJKR \N l» ON K I IMP PR KM I K H SAYS rH AT III-. . I ARTKI) \ I’ll \( K MOVK .11'.N I IN 1911 ■in r.O A l INSTIGATION Ol VON UETHMANHOLLWLG i i«» in I'krkst bri 1 ish \nd I IM.N( II SIH'IAMSTS IN 1*1. U K Mull; IN N« >\TIMBER, lyll III. \ N N Bl I \V \S N ( i I A Bid H) I M I Si > I -1.K1.1N. Sept i:; In a I- '« li (I«• 1 ivi• i ed todav at I’a se|, I’iulil* Schiedmann. ocialist leader and latei premier ol Genual!) . de cl.u '-d ilutL lie ihail tried to bring a boil I p* ace liorllv after the wai bad tail I'd m 191-1 He stated, in fact ' li.il In peace overtures bad been < «>i 11111 • * 11 cei I as eailv a. November of that veur. St U leldema tin save that lie. otfices bad the auction ol the I ticli GeimatJ <li.im.iui von Bethmann Hollvveg ll< v\ a empowered bv tlie cliancellot. In- .nd to conftM with British and !■ i •ncli .-.ocialist- leader.-? with the oh j*t ol bringing about a peace but that all iii attempts as a pea remake! fail ed I to fact, lie intimated, wa.-. what < au. ed the ocialists of German) to • dmtiil) upporl the German gov • tiiiH'ii and the lun-.-i dining the ■B da v of the wai HOOVER* HOME FROM EUROPE I ill': il.ii FoOl) CONTROLLER AR RIVES AT NEW YORK GOES i n i ALIFoRNIA HOME . ,EW YORK, Sept. 13. (£b -Her ,i » Hoover, formerly food eon 111• 11 *■ r of tin* I uited States after be ins < in* i ot tin* Belgian Relief com mi .don. and lae r head of the Amen • \in reeoir traction commission in Europe, arrived in this city to ila> Ho plans to remain here but ioi a few days it is stated and will then ;•«< lu Washington from which pl.u'e he Will proceed to his home i .ilifornia. I ALES OF I’l B LI CATION. NEW YORK. Sept 13 (^P) Her in i l c Hoovei who arrived here to da\ troiii Europe,, was this aftel no m ini » i Viewed b> lieWSpapel Illell on ubj« rt: ot gellt'i al interest He had Pul v r * i' y tittle lo : it > blit among nth* i tin UK- he piedn |i d |p. eoin p|.h downfall of bop.hey ike.ui thru • ui the world, saying that it is already all tin wane ill Russia lie turtle-1 lated that b. is not a candidate for pubic oilier denying Lhe report that 1m- ha: consented to accept the noun iiialiou fui the presidency PERSHING ESTABLISHES HIS ARMY HEADQUARTERS AT WASHINGTON; TO BE GIVEN $10,000 FOR SERVICES WASHINGTON, Sept. 13. (/P) General John J. Pershing today re-established his headquarters at the war department. The headquarters are known as those ot the American army in France as much business connected with that department ol the army yet remains unfinished. It is understood that in all probability the bureau will be kept open until all ol the American soldiers in France and Germany are returned home. WILE kF,CKl\ F. GIFTS W ASHINGTON, Sept. 13—(/P) — It is understood here tonight that the house ol representatives is shortly to con sider a bill providing lor the appropriation ol $10,(XX) as a gilt to General |ohn I Pershing in acknowledgment ot his services overseas. h has already been decided that the house is to present the general with a sword of honor and it is now planned that the monetary presentation shall be made at the same time il the appropriation can be passed by both I houses before September 18, the date set. PERSHING IS FIFTY-NINE WASHINGTON, Sept. 13.—(/P)—Today is General Pershing’s birthday and he modestly admits that fifty-nine vears have passed over his head. Except for being very grey his years do not show as he stands as erect and his step is lust as springy as many men in their early forties. The gen eral’s gray head is attributed to the fact that he lost the larger part of his family in a fire at the Presidio, San Fran cisco, some years ago.