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DA IL Y Volume 1. -Number 209. The GreenevilJe Daily Sun, Tuesday Afternoon, Nov. 26, 1918. Fifteen Cents A Week. mm taring To Present Plans President and Mrs. Wilson Will Sail For France About December 3rd In Former German Liner George Washington Will Be Absent From D. S. Not More Than Six Weeks Warning Is Issued Against a Kaiserite Counter Revolution Germany Claims Ignorance of Austrian Ultimatum. (By The United Press j LONDON, Nov. 26. Warning against a kaiserite counter revolution, the Berlin Voraertz, official organ of the Ebert government, declares "that gang of murderers still are plan ning to re-establish themselves. ' This newspaper made this statement in commenting on the Bavarian disclosures as origin of the war. It is pointed out that the German government was ignorant of the Austrian ultimatum before its delivery to Ser bia. "The facts are," says Vorwaenz, "Berlin incited Vienna.'' Eyes of World Today Are On German Soldiers Returning Home Fear Ex pressed of Final Outcome. (By The United Press.) WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. The eyes of the world today are onl the German soldiers returning home, whether they will aid in restoring an orderly regime or yield to anarchistic pleadings of Dr. Karl Liebnecht. Germany's Lenine will determine if the empire is to gain its feet or join the Russian chaos of crime. Fear is expressed here that German troops returning to bar ren cupboards in war-broken homes will fall a prey to Lieb necht's doctrines. With Germany in control of bolsheviki, a great portion of Europe would be in the hands of anarchists. The problem is one that is giving the civilized governments to day most solemn thought and worry. Half Million Hungry Germans Hurrying Through Snow to Get Home (By The United Press.) COPENHAGEN, Nov. 26. Clashed are feared between re patriated German Russian war prisoners, German dispatches here today reported. Thousands of released Russians are mo nopolizing trains enroute to their own country, while half a million hungry Germans are hurrying through the snow to the same trains. Refuse to Give Up Their Jobs Unless They Can Get Husband (By The United Press.) COPENHAGEN, Nov. 26. Conductorettes in Hamburg have refused to give up their jobs now that peace has come un less the state guarantees them husbands, a dispatch stated today. French Infantry Restoring Order, Providing Food, Caring For Refugees MMMasMi (By The United Press.) STRASBOURGE, Nov. 26. French infantry divisions are taking over Alsatian towns controlled by German Soviets. They are handling affairs in an almost incredible manner in restoring order, providing food for the people and caring for refugees. Peruvian-Chilean Dispute May Be Handled by the American Government (By The United Press.) WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. The American government has under study the whole Peruvian-Chilean dispute, according to state department information today to American officials. These two countries thus far have not presented any original date on the affair, but have forwarded general information confirming press dispatches. This nation is naturally interested in avoid ing hostilities in South America if possible, inas much as war fare there would have a disturbing effect upon a pan-American unity. Peruvian Foreign Minister Has Recalled Consuls From Chile More Passenger Trains Promised Better Service (By Th United Press.) WASHINGTON, Nov, 26. More passenger trains will be placed in service, officials of the railroad ad ministration announced today. In creasing traffic has placed a heavy burden on the present service and officials have agreed upon the resto ration of numerous trains and through sleeping car equipment.' 1,200,000 OUT BY JANUARY 1 32,000 a Day Is Estimate of ing Soldiers Home. Send- Freight Crew Injured Today (By the United Press.) DALTON, GA., Nov. 26. Five members of the Southern double header freight were slightly injured by a derailment south of here today. Both engines were overturned. A de fective switch is believed to haye been the cause of the wreck. Peru and Chile In Difficulty LIMA, PERU, Nov. 25. It is of ficially announced that Peru has withdrawn her consuls from Chile as a result of the renewal of anti-Peruvian rioting in Iquique and Antofa gasta. ' i BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 25. The Peruvian legation here today receiv ed the following dispatch from the Peruvian minister of foreign affairs: "After the extraordinary outrages at Iquique Saturday, during which the property of several Peruvians was sacked, Chilean crowds on Sun day attacked the Peruvian consul at Iquique, Senor L. Hosa, while he was on his way to the mayor to protest against the riots. "He was carried by force aboard a small steamer anchored in the port. The authorities and police consented to the outrage and notified the consul that they would not permit him to disembark. "Upon receiving this notice the Pe ruvian government has withdrawn its consular representatives from Chile." Colburne Burkey Another Home Boy Dead In France (By The United Press.) f LIMA, Nov. 26. The Peruvian foreign minister has recalled the consul-general at Valparaiso and all other consular agents in Chile. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burkey, of the 25th district, residing near Glenwood, received a telegram thisnorning an nouncing that their son, Colburne Burkey was dead in France. The telegram did not stute whether the young man was killed in action or died of disease. This information will be brought out laier. olburne Burkey was one of the young men who registered here among the first after the law went into effect requiring all who had ar rived at the age of 21 to qualify for service. He was called shortly after he registered, sent to camp and with in a few weeks was sent to France. We hope to be able to publish a fuller accpunt of the death of this young man. As information is re ceived we will also give fuller ac counts of the deaths of all Greene county boys who have fallen in France. We want our patrons and friends to understand that the col umns of this newspaper is open for the publication at all times of any thing pertaining to the Greene county young men who have served overseas, and especially those who have made the supreme sacrifice. Send us all news regarding our boys on the other side. AIRMEN FIRST FROM EUROPE By Sprinf Most of National Army Not Needed in Europe Expected to Have Disappeared, and Uniform Should Become Rare on the Streets. Good for Reserve. WASHINGTON, Nov. 2G. One million two hundred thousand soldiers out of, the service by New Year's day is the estimate of afmy officers in touch with the mustering out process. In round numbers, it is calculated that 32,000 a day will be the figure from December 1 until January 1, and that after the latter date the rate will probably be about 5,000 a day. Gen. March went to Camp Dix the other day to give instructions which, it is understood, will expedite the mustering out with due regard for the preparation and forwarding to the adjutant general's office at Wash ington of the personal records of each soldier. t has been announced that about 250,000 have been designated for re turn by Gen. Pershing, but it is not unlikely that the next announcements will give the names of many other divisions to be returned. At the present time there are on the way over not only the 10,000 aero troops released from training duty in Eng land, ,JUt a steady stream of the sick and the wounded from France and England able to make the coyage. Officers think that by spring the whole national army except those needed for 'police duty in Europe will have disappeared. As the men will be entitled to wear their uniforms only about three months after dis charge, the uniformed soldier will also have disappeared by April 1st. There will probably be many enlist ments in the regulars, who will be reassembled into an army as big as congress will stand. The 10,000 American troops now on the seas trying to beat the arrival in this country of Thanksgiving day left British ports on November 19 and may make it. It was stated last night that they arthe aero squadrons mentioned by numbers yesterday by General March. They have been in training in Eng lish flying fields, and had nearly com pleted their course. They were to be sent over to man the next shipment of fighting planes from the United States. Staff officers believe that they will, of course, be landed at New York, and will go to the Mineola camp, where they will be mustered out in as short order as possible. The squadrons are composed of individ uals from all parts of the United States. Red Rioters Rage Against Foreigners WASHINGTON, Nov. 25. Terrific bolshevic massacres in Petrograd, in which 500 former officers were being murdered, were reported in a Hel- singfors newspaper according to state department advices from Stockholm yesterday. The position of interned foreigners is said to be precarious. A Riga message said 2,050 Ger mans, including forty-five officers, were in grave danger of starvation at Mo.row. President Wilson Will Sail For France On Former German Liner George Washing' ton About Dec. 3rd, With Mrs. Wilson. (By The United Press ) . WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. According1 to present plans, President Wilson will sail for France on the former German liner George Washington about December 3rd. He will be accompanied by Mrs. Wilson, her private secretary, his con fidential stenographer, in addition to the president's personal party. The ship also will carry the French Ambassador Jus serand and his wife, Italian Ambassador Cellere and members of the American peace delegation. The latter is expected to include Secretary Lapsing, Secretary Baker, ex-Ambassador Henry White. George Creel also will be in the list of unofficial guests abroad. The president, it may be stated on the highest authority, will be absent from the United States not more than six weeks. Vice-President Cardenas Officially Cen sured by Chilean CongressMeeting Breaks Up In Storm. (By The United Prett.) SANTIAGO, Chile, Nov. 26. Second Vice-President Car denas was officially censured by the Chilean congress as be ing unpatriotic because he made a speech before that body last night, expressing the hope that the Peruvian difference would be settled without war. A stormy scene resulted when Car denas made the address. Members in a body rose and shouted traitor. The meeting broke up in a storm of confusion. It was later reassembled and immediately passed a resolution declar ing Cardenas unpatriotic and unfit to carry out the duties of his office. By a vote of 63 to 1; the congress also refused to accept the resignations of the president and first vice-president of that body, which were made as a result of the Cardenas utterances. The Chilean foreign minister has recalled all con sular representatives from Peru. If He's In One of These Units, He Will Soon Be At Home Specific units abroad, now ordered to demobilize, are as fol lows, according to Gen. Peyton C. March, chief of staff : Aero squadrons 156, 167, 187, 188, 211, 216, 219, 225, 226, 228, 254, 256, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 265, 267, 268, 282, 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 314, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321, 325, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 340, 350, 356, 361, 371, 377, 378, 823, 824, 831, 832, 833, 834, 836, 837, 838, 839, 868, 852, 812, 906, 107, 177, 210, 234, 220, 470, 471, 472, 473, 475, 476, 478, 479, 92, 140, 349, 315. No 1 sailmakers draft. Aircraft acceptance parks, 1 and 2. No. 1 Handley-Paige training depot station. 5 Certain radio detachments. Divisions 31, 34, 38, 39, 76, 84, 86, 87. Coast artillery regiments 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 73, 74, 75. Field artillery brigades 65, 163. Photographic sections Nos. 69, 70, 71, 72. Construction companies 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19. Or the following general organizations: Railroad ar tillery, army artillery, gas troops, tank corps, and skele tons of certain divisions used for replacement purposes. Pershing Boom For the Presidency Started In Ohio COLUMBUS, O. Nov. 25. A cam laign for the election of Gen. John I. Pershing, commander-in-chief of '-he American expeditionary forces in vrance, to' the presidency in 1920 vas formally launched in Ohio today by an application to the secretary of ;tate for the incorporation of "the Perishing Republican league." I ormer United States Senator Chas. Dick, of Akron, and fourteen other irominent republicans of Akron and 'Summit county are sponsers for the movement. Mr. Dick's name heads (he list of the fifteen men who sign ed the articles of incorporation which were presented by the secretary of ftate today. Fiendish Slaughter Of Jews In Galicia NEW YORK, Nov. 25. Reports of wholesale slaughter against Jews at Brzezko, Galicia, where cellars are filled with bodies and many Jews attempting flight have been shot down in the streets, were received from Copenhagen today by the Zion ist Organization o America. At Przemysl, the report added, the Polish legion looted all Jewish shops and homes.disarmed Jewish militia, invaded synagogues and sullied the sacred scrolls of the law. Adolph Boehm, member of the Jewish National council at Vienna, wired the organization that Bohe mia is "mercilessly deporting" refu gees of Galicia who sought refuge in. that country.