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Cedar Rapids Republican (Newspaper) - February 24, 1918, Cedar Rapids, Iowa V RAPIDS REPUBLICAN CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA SUNDAY 24 HO WILSON RAISES MAXIMUM WHEAT PRICE FIGHT IN CLOUDS GenuM After Kk Ar Wu Wiert He JtM Ifo Feb of Chicago of flying corp down a German airplane fight several mites the t Booth wai on patrol duly W Jn a two ticked at height Several were changed and soon the German began 5 to descend Booth followed the airplane until it dropped mto a forett just inside the Sine WAS Booth reported In from Paris ay having brought down i refused L to the army because be 1 imier is a- son of Vernon head of the Booth and In Chicago Home ayo tho moved to and then to New York where they When Booth was Into the American army ahout year 150 lie went to France and en- listed In the KILLED Farts FeV S ran of flying on French front In i days ago in went across the German and Tar is four enemy He back to ibe French ere to earth was bmkd.nedr Jj Oi f of Jh e cc POWER TO RUN RAILROADS HUN REPLY N WAY TO Aimi ii Wait tl Curier M to PLANNED Wil W Kiep trim ii CMM not Wl le 1918 Wheat Prices The wheat prices the president declared would the producer of a It On tha of 1 Northern whew and tu equivalents preside fixed tho prices as cago On Kan car St 12.29 Orleans Bait New York Great 11.90 Baltimore New Worth 12.03 Wichita The of Vo -1 trn lo which came are No 1 hard winter No 1 red winter No 1 and No hard white wheat la the Inr and In the market I ISIS 1918 1 GETS IN Takes Stop to MEETS AN EMERGENCY Effect at m It t x C Farmer i FA i Within len Director General I Adoo be armed with broadest to Tun tKc country's Thli appeared certain today the to Kurry the control to its I The senate passed the late y I day a roll call after a long clay I of wrangling After He teft OPINION OF EERTS It ii it I not late I ft re nee between and senate f in Koine it to pass early b the SOME DRASTIC RULES WASHINGTON D C Feb food situation is critically serious Compulsory America is the only hope of twt the Allied cause This was the of the house agriculture com- today and urged passage of the Hoover Conservation It it FORD MOTOR COMPANY Feb American Consul I A left for in order lo per to Join PLENTY SUPPLIES WASHINGTON Feb l factory of the array n now cretary of Biker Rifie led the plant plenty of nf material for army the speedy Dry contained m the report by Chairman Lever and ten after receipt of information from foreign Herbert Hoover acid other It would be for us to shut our eyes to iKe said It would be cowardly to fail to the problem of waiting Food in a rigorous explaining that he he effective way to save food artd is giving new being be made under the bin The features of the bit manufacture of sofi Feb Foid stof Company began lay of a two million dollar ship ag plant Ed Build sub Ccn to ruiJi ia The ten and fifteen aai be building occupy five acres The craft will be out b large France Since April 6th Kis try 700.000 For Feb 9th rifles I were the daily output wih 71.192 for I the TEX Feb C wn of of New York killed atro to in So 2 Rear here RESTORE ORDER ErJ drink t candy Thb cut the lugat down ten per ccn this rear Ke use of utal in M as to obtain twine for tc Prohibit the use of md Talcum powder so at tc mure enough tin for ind army Tnm beef fats in xii uWd save what U ed in private Slow down all ke plant t Hiring the summer became of he Feb of of in of been luc in kg in poll J report Ur Ill Feb our men and several injured in an at ie coal mine two miles west if the eiry OF U-BOAT KILLERS FOUNDER OF UNITED PRESS SAN DIEGO CAU Feb lion B one of the am for several of the Uni ted at hii home nea of Keart disease Cl 47 years old th United Press in 1905 He itv yeats ago and hit beea lining o a here TO INDULGE AMSTERDAM Feb Austria in the negotiations with Minuter at lc pers received here today ng to WASHINGTON D C Democratic Leader Kitchin mg aflen oor from a of kg a narrow escape from death tut night the rn he riding crashed into a HAVE POWER TO WASHINGTON Tacoma fuil to act in he cite of thawed wilh i according lo the Judge today CHARGES HUN SOCIETY HASA D C Feb Charges that a German fund i working under came of the N tional German be fore the senate judiciary committee day by Ohlinger lawyer iti Ohlinger taM exceeded legal rev TKe name ht sai wai a tKe real o the being lo Gemu PETROGRAD Feb has a wireless message signed by General saying that the German had been courier f tKe Ruman who ratery started on his return to trograd The gave no of the of the reply A message i Leon Trotzky from the has been re- that ii ready with her to Ke peace negotiations to a final con- WAR With the arch Into so far the of their i fc before to reopen peace Ith the Is earnest In trie n capital probable method of defense as the e the but the are that defense of the Id contemplated the entente e mood irith and ready by such are power to gtve to her people la off the i shown he ad t lets to have decided to thould of Already thb the army hai been re- oved to more fifty farther Into Interior than tha former wa Tho line of the about cf En ihla o north have reached Walk JO allea of and aro to move east they have the i of the u In their advance ord Kiev which however still ort than 175 miles distant In Armenia the Turks an Is di ared to hara bene of the They reported tha ward Black Sea coast firtfcn w off forco which or the already In r ern ot minor The Mich carried out raid of m the Hi of the Alletta river and A few iher were taki n a raid In British the enemy Haw on front aad In Flinders labor confen London a ot to accept A Gi ny circumstances war program 0 mention on part ol onr as she Jn hei I conferees de SECOND BIG DRAFT TO BE D C Feb lie second beg draft will be in June according to present plans it was earned from sources at be day TKe number to be in call aad die mobilization plans n to by the war council ol he war department it was stated Un- est some great emergency no pi call for men will be A until the draft The present UK Wilson raised the guaranteed price for the 1918 crop as high as io and in varying Juai ia all markets except four price was pat under of law the present thm met the tlon In Tor higher to tat on The president's ernes-ay that the wheat planting provide for men from life to the it j army campi and from roe camps to WARNS ORR Tt ir of the of or tabor to the llf wnrktnc OF AMERICA LA rt Ii the Mate he no who would ro f In those from Any or re they luJ done It but be done U thi CHICAGO Feb ernor H of spealing before the of Senice this afternoon brawled the I V W as the of erka He United tor La of as its leader YoM and I thete Arc ia United Slates as b declared today Slate He quoted extracts the iper hatted for aH thing i and contempt for He Anv ST LOUIS ASKING FOR WAGE ST LOUS Feb eighteen thousand thoe will higher to shoe manufacturers of St Lou a il was FROM INCHING ILL FA Under tho lood 10 1917 It ta my duty to a for the 1918 harvest r am the principal the ia continuation of the wheat with some lag fruta the of terminal This ttV of a profit the end within the the large store's ol la of the world that now off Tram come Into To price of rman peace En ox III Fct hardl here far In ory wan for and Ore ed to un I lEi o costs are AKK Ft OP BOV nn fcr th Ifa of Paul Chapman the II vra V V boy who Is con ned lo din in the electric woa to Governor Whit ma New today by M thf The to the befor him Feb Mgh salaried railway officers be created so loo u the Kali I Government retains control of the General rit step the of op- rating executives tame today whm ho put a bin on further in form of big salaries tte of a out of salary hecks BIDS TO AllMY Ffb elr of tMi aft wn to o lit mtn who f parade e Lined AH ive tho T i were id re por Ihc train ROLL OF HONOR b lon Three killed In nvi Ml tti o IhA war Th Tonn II T C Co F Munch anJ and Th Morrison r P Monti Cnnn H Cotn jail Ky today uwd him from a iching at hands of a nob ged at his alleged pro-Cennairijm U reported to hare said hope the send American transport to tht bottom man's mother pleaded wnh the ttl while officers took to the by the of market It moreover ocate aJI the that after much ana would ore an unreel NATIONAL ROADS Lara I the spirit of c iad have not u ie loyalty which they iu Tte ds uf our tooX and the by tha fact that t i than the tbS flve before outbreak of It seems cot to to an- of imt tu to require t i or the lt hi GOV WHITMAN MAKES PLEA FOR BETM HEALTH CHICAGO Feb 23 Governor of New Yorl ad- of National here pleaded for belle i training of American the by New Yott for tht of its rej being made by the boards tne for more at- to the wid Before entered Ke war Ke thai and the worM It In a nay which on ax soldier ran The b of 11.012 the j only 3 16 New a train ig law AH lo 16 are forced to training ii for all ir military or training foi between the of 16 AnrI K ytan Missive raw Tex jo N of tha on the front on the I i IT build An of cavalry b nlm The boric and the VT men Men tn fi In to thrie theri i and tho with a 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