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“ALASKA CAN PAY THE NATION'S WAR DEBT"
TTTE DAILY ALASKA CITIZEN
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ALASKA COAST
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SERB CABINET
OUT OF OFFICE
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IAN MINISTRY
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EXONERATED OF
CRAVE CHARGE
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I \ • ' K S< |.\ Mill . S • • p 1 1(/P)
' ( | o\vnl>. pi esidem of t he
r,.ii ioii.i! m»n pai t i.-on lea lie and Joseph
i |hei i 11*i niej oi janization manager.
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nt i on - 1111 a e\ to leach ii i ln\ all v h>
i1,. 11dg• • who Irani i heir case. The>
ad pi • \ ion 1> he. n conv icted o! the
chaig.e and had I" rn sentenced lo
i hi • e 11111ni h in ja il
ALL IS QUIET
IN HONDURAS
WASIIINCTHN If « . Sept If,
l,p) The .-.late department has re
, , i wd information lo the effect that
, i | 1111\\ complelelv restored in
I

I'()KT I ,.\N I), On.-. Sept 15. (/P) For the first tinn
; since starting mi his tour President Wilson ineiitioiied Pis
I opponents in the senate iudividualiv in his speech 11>< 1 a\ lie
relerred partieularlv to Senator l.odpc, saving that tin
league carries out the su^'estions made In I .odpe in I'M
jrelative to ;i plan for universal peace anion,nation .
The President spoke tonight at the municipal auditorial'
I to an audience of 7,1 KK). I )i 11 inl; this address he also re lei r<- I
jto the members ot the foreign relations eonvmittee ol the cn
Pile In name, savinp that the committee as a whole did not
think of reservations and amendments to the peace treat
land league covenant until alter his lir-t return from Pari
SIT'.AkS < )!•' KIWI I I K >\S
SK \TTI .K, Sept. 15. (/P) President W il mi ha ;i>
rived at Portland, Oregon, according to inlormation ivceiv
i ed here. And that he has not lorgollen the reception Ik
received here is evidenced Iw the public statements he madi
■diortk alter reaching the rose city, one ol them beine b
the effect that he will never forget Seattle.
The newspapermen who are traveling with the Presi
dent are also enthusiastic over the reception accorded flu
Presidential part \. The\ sav that the crowd on Second
! avenue on Satnrdav resembled New \ nrk crowds and d
the throng of people which greeted the President while Ik
was here was the greatest ol auv ol the places lie has visited
There were hundreds ol peopk; who could not gain cu
lt ranee to the Arena Satnrdav night to hear the President
-peak. These Continually shouted, “We Want W ilson.” 'The
police are also aiithoriu ior the statement that there were
i ad tea Is a mot i the < loud who shouted. "We Want J list ice.
W II X>X VI l'( )I\T I AND
I ’( iK'i I .AM I. ( lie.. Sept I. (/P) Addressing' a lartfe
crovvd at noon toda\ in one ol the largest halls ol this cits,
l ie,idem Wilson pn-cuicd iitrlhei arguments in support ol
lln rat i I lea i ion ol the pain I: ah lie pointed otil that, il
Amt lira Slavs out ol ihe lea;, ite she will he the one it real
]novel -iainliiie alooi ami done and that she will therclon
need a ninth Ians i arim ami ua\\ than that coiiteuiplaleil
lo proleei liei illicit I I'lii.-, aid the President, would
cause the rale ol 1.1 .aiioii in thi~ eotinliv to rise and other
wi e \ iol.t 11 lln malerial and moral interests ol the count r\
(’( ) U' K i i1 \ i M . X I Kill ,l’,l >
1'( )KT I A X P. t »n . .-ipi I. (/P) Purine an auto
mobile ill i \ i nl II- I' i Miknlial pai l \ mi (. \ >1 n n 11 >i a dri\e
lmla\. niH- nl ilia car> eonlainiup a number nl newspaper
ai in CSJ)(|| II lalll s turilail u\el I in- aCi iileill resulted ill (lie
deal 11 u I 11 io el lau I i eiir 111' 11 ia n ia cl line ami I ’on Allen, special
eul i > -pul iilan i nl tba ' k ■ \ a I a 1111 I'lain Pealer. I'll rwa other
newspapermen wer< al.-u arimisK injured.
(A 11 XP T( ) : AX I k' AXPISC()
I i ) l\ I I .\ X P. **ii . s('|11 | (/P) I be next slop o I
nnporlanca io In mada b\ I’m idaiil \\ ilson on bis tour will
ba San braneisao. I ia will, bouaxar, make short addresses
at a millibar ol cities enr<itth lb is scheduled Io reach San
I • i: 11 ui co on \\ adna ■ la \ ainl Io speak lliere \\ ednesd.a\
nielli.
I'niidura An onh*r has I tin i i
i,, ,-n isMini id iln- < onimanding ollirrr
t,i ih.- ii ai • -1 rh-\i*laml insl nii‘1 ing
Ilim 111 i * ‘ t ll I'll lilt- forn1 ht- landed
, |. j'»i < • i • I Ani'i n an i 111«■ I • t ■■ f'» lli*‘
: hip again.
, , -i. -■■m i- -mrnmmmrn
MUCH DAMAGE RESULTS FROM VISIT
OF TROPICAL HURRICANE TO TEXAS
HOUSTON, Texas, Sept. 15. (/P) True to the pre
, 1 ii'ti<»ii made some days ago In the weather bureau, the bur
neatie which ravaged the Horida coast last week, hit tin
'lYxas hore oil' the t'.uli oi Mexico yesterday It did not
extend fullv to Mexico, however, the vicinity ot Browne
villt- and the lower Texas coast being untouched.
Tin At ausas pass section suffered the heav iest, accord
ing to iuiormatioii received here. 1 he port ot Aiattsas o
the upper end oi Mustang island was completely demolished
Corpus Christi also suiiered iron) the storm, it being stated
that the wind blew fifty miles per bout there. It is also slat
vd that Galveston experienced a heavy property loss anion
those living outside the big sea wall there, Irom both wit.
and water.
STORM CAUSES HEAVY DAMAGE
W ASHINGTON, Sept. 15. (/P) I’robably twenty
live pet soils are dead and 4.0(H) are believ ed to be homeless
at Corpus Christi, Texas, and vicinity as a result ol the
storm which raged there yesterday, according to in lot mntion
received here. It is also stated that the property damage
which resulted from the visit of the tropical hurricane to tin
Texas coast will probably exceed three million dollars. It is
now believed that the storm has continued on down tin
Texas coast, in which event it will probably reach Browns
ville and then continue oil down the Mexican coast.
CORPUS CHRISTI IN RAD SHARP
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Sept. 15. (/P) -The city of
Corpus Christi on the gulf coast is in very had shape as the
result of having heen visited by the trcjpical hurricane ol
yesterdav. The city lightning plant is entireh out ol coin
mission and there is no water to be had as the sea water has
left all fresh water sources in such condition that the water
is not lit for drinking purposes. Food is also short at Cor
pus Christi and the mayor of the city has issued an appeal to
other Texias cities for help, which is being sent by rebel
trains as rapidly as they can be despatched. It is estimated
by all accounts of the storm reaching here that at least
4,1 kHi people are homeless while the damage will run into
the millions.
BOD I HS WASH I'.D ASHOKF.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Sept. 15- (/I1)—Indicating
that the hurricane yesterday was just as severe at sea as it
was on shore and that at least one ship was sunk, three bodies
were washed ashore at various points on the Texas coast,
according to information received here. It is also stated in
despatches received that several more people have been seen
on rafts but whether they were alive or dead could not be
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1." (/P) The i• ■ t<• A,.iv
eommeneecl its consideration ol the German peace treaty, the
ilocumeiil s ha\ my I teen called up In Senator I ,od; e, chairman
ol the senate foreign relations connnittee which reported on
the treats a few daws apo, recommendim; a number ol rea r
cations and amendments. The treaty i. the lirsl document
ot its kind ever to be discussed openl\ in the senate.
Senator Andrien- \. (ones, ileiilocrat ot New Mexico,
was one ot the tirst to peak on the treats. He aryiied ui its
favor as oriyinalb drawn up In the peace con lerciice, >ayiui‘
that the covenant will tail it tlu senate adopts the re er\a
tions proposed In the senate loi'eipn relation' committee
lie also denounced those senators who are yoiue about 11 if
countrs speaking apainst the ratitication ol the treat'.. say
inp that their insidious declamations are-poisonine the pub
lic mind.
MINORITY RKI’< )RT SCBMI I I I d)
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15. (/P) Senator McCumber,
member ot the senate foreign relations eommillee, todav
submitted the minoritv republican repot t ot the committee
orpine, the rejection ot all ot the proposed amendment' I'
the peace tiaatv together with all ot the modi Iications and
reservations recommended In the majorilv report. I lie re
port submitted savs that the majority ot the proposed amend
ments are sellish, immoral and dishonorable, and that thev
seek to isolate America from the remainder ot the world
and abandon our allies in their attempts to el led a peucelul
settlement of the greatest war that Immauitv has ever known.
The report further states that the amendments proposed
are couched in discourteous and overbearing terms. I he
committee’s amendment to article ten, savs the report, i
intended to take the Cuited States out ot the leapue and
| that the latter amendment will probably have the idled ot
losing Shantung to China it the senate accepts the majorilv
report.
PETERSBURG IS
WASHINGTON, Sepl. 15. (/P)
The house of representatives today
passed the bill pernfltting the town
of Petersburg. Alaska, to issue bonds
in the sum of $50,000 for the purpose
of building a municipal power plant,
and $25,000 worth of bonds for school
building purposes. The bill goes to
the senate immediately and that body
is expected to take like action.
SOME GERMAN
SHIPS RAISED
NFMliFIl OF ORKMAN VRS8KLS
SOl’TTLKh AT SCAl’A FLOW.
ALAIN' IN COMMISSION.
WASIIINCToN. H C.. Sept. IS.
I (<P) The navy ih•parlment announces
i ho rceipt of information from Ihe
Ih-itisli government to Ihe effect that
a number of the Cerman vessels which
were scuttled by tiheir Cerman crews
it Scapa Flow shortly after they were
; ' • ‘ «i In lav,. be< n sill ivmlriVil
! <■ ali-d l!<" t. am again in enmiui
ha mg I" ' n i a ised bv t In* al
m ui liit llril ish nav \. In
a111<>n■ I he war ships raised
• n;il I h hip linden, I he Ci llisei s
: a III i hi I. N III einbei g a lid Kluden
• in! 11T11 • 11 destroyers. Il is also
i ha i I hi e. more destroyer.- are
h.idi.v damaged that lhe> * an
M 11 I’d a lid a n ilt'oi t Will I here
prnhahlv he made lo save lln ni.
CINCINNATI TO
GET THE FLAG
I.’l I'S GET I'KNXANT YFTER ONE
M< Mil-; GAME M GRAW
CUNGEDi;S DEFEAT.
GIN* INNATl. Ohio. Sept 15 (/p)
Li v ihi* a ting tin- New York Giants
in ih< game which the two teams are
• i pla\ lomoriw, the Cincinnati Reds
.11 eincii the National league pennant
Oil' ni'-an.. that Cincinnati will re
i i • • in ih, national League dm mg
* Mining world s series.
\i'« .RAW ro.Ni EDES DEFEA V
i i \\ YORK Sepi 1 . pp) John
.it «;i.i a , inanagei ol the New Y'ork
• i.iid eoiiei-de; tin national league
• iin.mt to i ineinnati IK says how
• i 11 I lie I ill ha; one hope let*I and
i.n i iliat the Giants will defeat
li< Red m then game tomororw in
chnii . enI hi team W ill ha\ e one
i-1m. • rhallee.
HALIMS ONLY
IN FIUME NOW
i: i i i si \>. 11 i i:i:\( 'll Tin >< its
i .i.a ■, !•: i >isTI l lal i TITS' AT
ITAI.IAN until KST
T SIIIS, . ' pi I • i.-Ti Ii i in
n,itiii' , i| 11,■ i*■ I,might that Hi,- supreme
,.1111,-il h.i ,n,l,-i ,-ci all Ih 11 i It and
i rein Ii I l oops lo withdraw from
i mm. mid, i lln- ropicsi'iitation of the
Italian ,oiiimand,-i Sntiuni'io that lm
, able lo lake oaro of blit- situation
,i i \ i i | hoi u Tin- Ki t*ni'h and
llrii isli fin , . s ha\o alroad> loft Filinie
, ;iio low,•li d Ihoil Hags al Allium
, iu*s roipiosi. n i Hiding lo lln- minim
a i a in i , i , i s otl here. This leave a
imi. .a Ti.iitiil Italians at Filluio.
< ommunication wil.li tin* Hums eoui
mi no w a . i • •. timed lale Saiurdas night
when tin bridge crew working on
tin* IM Mile bridge across the Nenana
I;. iss»«n I lie riser ami the end ol steel
i.n Lignite creek It is estimated that
i will lake ai least two weeks to
i oiapletO.
PROVINCES OF WEST RUSSIA ARE
MAKING PEACE WITH BOLSHEVIKI
I’d.Rl.lN, Sept. 1 (/P) Information received here is
t(, the effect that the leaders of the Lithuanian movement for
independence have decided to make peace with the bobhtviki
on thr terms offered them Just what the terms are is not
slate.1, hni they are tliot to include autonomy for the l.iths.
Ii is also stated that he Letts are preparing to make peace
with the hols on the same terms. This information is not
considered surprising in diplomatic circles as it has been
; noun lot some lime that the bob have been attempting to
make peace with the provinces ol west Russia which lie in
tin- path of a possible attempt on the part of the allies to
capture 1 ’etrograd.
KSTONIA TOO
STOCKHOLM, Sept. 15. (/P) It is officially stated
[here tonigill that the leaders of the temporary government
.ii h.sthoma have accepted tile ol lei ol the soviet govetn
ment of Russia to discuss peace proposals. I he negotiations,
jit is stated, are to open immediately with the view on the
part of the hols of securing an early peace.
DI'.S MOINES, Iowa, Sept. 15. (/P) Senators Korali
and lohnson will address the people ol this city tonight, piv
setiliiiL; arguments against the rati I ication ot the. peace tieatv
and league ol nations covenant. I hey will speak Irom the
,aine platform on which I 'resident Wilson appeared a wee!.
SAYS I.KAC.IT'. IS W AR I Rl'S I
I )KS MOINl-.S, Iowa, Sept- 15. (/P) -Speaking to
night from the same platlorm occupied by I'resilient Wilson
a week ago. Senator Mir,on Johnson ol California described
die league ol nations as a gigantic war trust. lie said that
he only wars that the league would stop would be British
vat's and that tliev would be stopped with American blood
if the I’niled States ratifies the league covenant. America,
he stated, is the only non-profiling nation by the terms of
he league covenant, being expected to bear the burden of
protecting enormous allied gains in territory.

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