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Boynton Index (Newspaper) - September 28, 1917, Boynton, Oklahoma THE BOYNTON INDEX GERMS FOR way Germany abused and the protection of the United States by secreting in the German legation after the American government had taken of affairs at the Roumanian quantities of powerful plots and deadly instructions for their use and was other In another of the series of Mr. s disclosures of German public without comment Inl the same manner as the von which have brought Argentina on the verge of war with the von letter from Mexico City and the von Berns torff telegram asking the German foreign office for authorization to spend to influence The latest story is told in a report to the state department from William Whiting of the legation at and a letter from Foreign Minister of Admits Mr. report my return from the investigation which resulted in discovery of the explosives and of the box of both of which the legation servants admitted having placed in the the former confidential agent of the German Dr. who had been left with the legation at the German ministers request to assist in the care of German admitted his knowledge of the explosives placed in the told me that more were in the garden than had been that a still larger quantity had been buried in the house of the legation and that still worse things than this box of microbes were contained in the and that they would have been found in the cabinets of which 1 had Bernhardt also stated that all these objects had been brought to the German legation after our legation had accepted the protection of German interests which agreed with the of the A similar confession was made to the minister by this protection of the United States waB in this manner shamefully abused and In this at the German government cannot have recourse to its usual system of Fifty-One Fifty-one boxes were taken from the ground in the Fifty ot them each contained a cartridge filled with trinitrotoluene saturated uith among the most powerful explosives a fifth of each of one being to tear up a railroad In the other box was bottles of liquid found to be cultivations of the microbes of anthrax and It bore a seal ing It came from the German consulate at and inside was found a typewritten note in German four phials for horses and four lor To be employed as formerly Kaeh phial is sufficient for 200 To be if directly into tiie animals through oats if not into their Phase made a little report on the success obtained in case of good results the presence of Mr. Kostoff for one day here would be explosives and the microbes were destined to be used in probably in time of 4 PRESIDENT WILSON MAKES PUBLIC STATE DEPARTMENT IN POSSESSION OF EVEN MORE ASTOUNDING MASS OF CORRESPONDENCE THAN THE ZIMMERMAN NOTE OR THE LUXBURG BEFORE DECLARATION OF WAR NEEDED TO BUY A FEW CONGRESSMEN HOLLAND ACTED AS PURCHASING AGENT FOR MUNITIONS FOR ROUMANIA ENTERED GERMAN EMBASSY IMPORTED A LARGE QUANTITY OF HIGH EXPLOSIVES AND MUNITIONS FOR HOLLAND THE STATE DEPARTMENT'S The acting through Secretary crystalized public sentiment for the war by the publication of the Zimmerman Mexican Two weeks ago when Argentine showed signs of being placated he sprang the Luxburg Thip was followed immediately by the revelations of further crookedness in Now the president seems to have decided to throw the entire German diplomatic system into disrepute as daily installments are being given out of a most astounding involving various belligerents and No hint of the source of the correspondence is but it is known that a vast find was made in the papers of the spy Wolfe von Igel and that a large case of personal papers of the German attache von Papen was seized by a British while enroute to FOR CONGRESS Lansing has made public an astounding addition to the series of disclosures covering German intrigues in America and It was a message sent by Count von in January of this year to the Berlin foreign office requesting authority to pay out to influence congress through an unnamed apparently known to the Berlin Money Paid Out Count von Bernstorff indicated in his message that money had been paid this organization on former occasions to perform the same The text of the made public without request authority to pay out up to thousand in order as on former to influence congress through the organization you know which can perhaps prevent am in the to act the above circumstances a public official German declaration in favor of Ireland is highly in order to gain the support of Irish influence MESSAGE PREVENTS BREAK Germany Disapproves Ideas Expressed By Count von Buenos as the Argentina chamber of deputies was preparing to vote on the question of break Ing diplomatic relations with Germany an official communication was received from the Berlin foreign The note disapproved of the ideas expressed by Count von the German minister here regarding Germany's The word leaves some doubt as to whether Germany intends to modify her submarine a declaration of war by Argentina on Germany has been Deputies Veyga and Arce fought a duel with as a result of words passed in Saturday's debate in the chamber of the German whose remarks caused the was wounded in the Deputy Arce considers that his honor has been Exposures Imperil Swedish is on the verge of a ministerial The causes are the the results the Buenos Aires telegram revelation and the fact that Germany has not yet given a satisfactory answer to Sweden's demand tor a full explanation of the Count von Luxburg Whether the state department is in possession of other evidence indicating the ambassador's activities has not been but the extraordinary disclosures already made has fixed the belief that agents of the United States government have collected and completed the story of German duplicity and and that tional chapters will be Knew of U-Boat The reference to avoiding war is taken as an indication that Ambassador Bernstorff had prior knowledge of his government's intention to proclaim a merciless widespread submarine warfare and that he was equally confident that the United States government could not be easily placated by mere The German announcement of its intention to expand submarine activities was not made public until January 31, when the world was startled not only by the determination to remove all but by the statement that it would become effective on the following Three days later the United States government expressed its disapproval by severing relations with That the German ambassador knew of his government's Intention was as turned by some although at the same time he denied prior knowledge and those in close touch with the embassy were given to understand that he did not approve the course and worked to secure It has not been assumed that the ambassador actually attempted to bribe or personally influence any member of congress or doubt that such was his purpose is supported to some extent by the comparatively small amount of money he Fifty thousand It was pointed would go but a short way toward buying the influence of any it might do much In compensating paid such as are now known to have belonged to elaborate machine Bernstorff had so carefully built up for he of propaganda and for purposes of Little surprise was occasioned in circles or at the although members of congress were highly On the floor of the Representative Heflin of Alabama asserted that he could name thirteen or fourteen members of the two brandies of congress who had acted and opinion that they should be the disposition was to regard as ah surd any suggestion that any part o' the sought by von Bernstorff was intended for members of con Information in the possession of the but not yet is said to show conclusively a more direct connection of the German ma chine in America with the Irish question than that indicated in Count von Bernstorff's The records the department of justice are said to contain the names of men implicated in that phase of Germanic intrigues well known in First Personal This announcement is the first cial utterance of the government with reference to the German ambassador's active personal participation in the maze of plots and intrigues conducted for Germany's benefit in this count rv since the beginning of the The evidence of Count von Bernstorff's p< activities bears the date of President Wilson's to January 2li. reciting his ap peal to the warring nations to enter peace At the same Mine President Wilson was apparently Count von Bern appealing to his government funds with which to influence congressional Not His First It was not the first apparently that Count von Bernstorff had sought to influence congressional thus being proclaimed by his reference to The name of the organization through which the German govern ment had sought to influence con manner in which the money used for this purpose was expended the previous instances and the indi carrying on the although not are the sub of well defined suspicions at the state department and at the depart ment of whose bureau of in for more than three years has been conducting a rigid surveillance of German activities In this Hundreds of reports of agents concerning German intrigues here are held by the state many of which led to the German embassy and some of which resulted in the re call at President Wilson's request of Captain and Von the German naval and military For months there have been many indications that the American govern ment had established Bernstorff's direct connection with much of the Ger man secret work conducted here and that there was ample basis for a re quest for his recall months before the diplomatic break with 8mall Bribe To King of read Into the senate record corres and photographic copies of checks to show payments aggregating by the German embassy here to the Fair Play Publishing Company with receipts signed by Marcus Braun and J. P. disclosures of far-reaching German inj and plots in thiB country to the diplomatic break with Germany were made by the committee on public In a bulletin styled the committee quotes numerous letters and extracts of letters received by the department in 1916, in n raid on the New York office of Wolfe von Holland Helps The committee of which Secretaries Baker and Daniels are members has this to say concerning Holland has long been an open secret that Holland is merely a way station for shipments of contraband into Here is official from the von Igle which would seem to indicate suspicious and confidential relations between the and German diplomat ic officials credited to this or possibly a belief by the Germans that they could not successfully the munitions to their own The in code with interlinear is written to a and headed April 6, 1916.' It runs as from Berlin by secret roundabout way for Carl Consent sale Holland three hundred thousand chests and two hundred tons Please get in touch with Holland Render war foreign in j Prince Hatzfeldt was an official of the German New York Judge went from German sources in the United States embassy channels to Sir Roger the Irishman executed in ' The following reference to Supreme Court Justice Daniel F. Cohalan of New York is the committee in a letter found in the von Igel in cipher with interlinear dated New April 17. 1916, numbered 33.r.-16 and inscribed at the Cohalan requests the transmission of the following 'The revolution in Ireland can only be successful if supported from otherwise England will be able 1 to suppress even though it be only after hard help is This should primarily of aerial attacks on England | and diversion of the fleet I such a I if a landing of arms j and ammunition in and j sibly some officers from Zeppelins 1 This would enable the Irish ports to ' be closed against England and the ' establishment of stations for I rines on the Irish coast and the J ting off of the supply of foodstuffs for The service of the I decide the j asks that a telegram to this ' feet be sent to j This letter was signed 8167 | and was addressed to Count von D. Inventors Encouraged. the committee are represented as having plans involving the use of devices of entry is cited as 15, 1915, sender G. S. of Contents inquiry as to Told to send further the further the statement indicated in another entry four months offer of picric acid is constituent of many high An entry timed war from the von Igel papers is made public by the committee as play play The statement the identity ot the last entry there might be room for but for a signed receipt from J. F. J. acknowledging the sum of from the German embassy for propaganda The committee concludes its expose chiefly concerned with military affairs in the representatives ot the supposedly friendly nation were keeping an interested watch on our own activities in that A se cret code message of April 11, 1916, signed 46729 46919,' addressed von Igel to this respectfully Bend an extract the stations in California and the armament of the coast NOT A BIT I LIFT YOUR CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF No Apply few drops then Just lift them away with This new drug is an ether compound discovered by a Cincinnati chemist It Is called and can now be obtained in tiny bottles as here shown at very little cost from any drug Just ask for Apply a drop or two directly upon a tender corn or callus and Instantly the soreness Shortly you will find the corn or callus so that you can lift it root and with the Not a twinge of soreness or not even the slightest either when applying freezone or This drug doesn't eat up the corn or but shrivels them so they loosen and come right out It Is no It works like a For a few cents you can get rid of every hard soft corn or corn between the as well as painful calluses on bottom of your It never disappoints and never bites or If your druggist hasn't any freezone tell him to get a little bottle for you from hla wholesale Which Is of hope Tom spends his money right and Haven SAVE A DOCTOR'S by keeping Mississippi Diarrhea Cordial handy for nil stomach Price 25c and 50c.-Adv. 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