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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, San Antonio, Texas Fairbanks Scales te Altai t COB CHUB NO. 354. Blacksmith Coal IN WE SOLICIT F. VV SAN THURSDAY DECEMBER 19, 1918. ESTABLISHED 1865. SENATE CHILD to BUI De- to Replace Law Declared 50 to 12. PROVISION IS SAID TO HAVE APPROVAL OF PRESIDENT of Existing System of Postal Rales and Sub- of Modified Plan Tax Revision in fort to Insure Extended llj Associated 1'rcfw. Dec. Adoption of a amendment imposing a 10 peV cent tax on from child labor products entering in- commerce was the only action by the Senate on the war revenue The vote on the amendment to 12, with Democrats casting all the negative Debate on this contested provision and two unexpected discussion of other subjects delayed progress on the but leaders still hope for its passage by next Monday a view lo securing an recess the Tomorrow Senate plans to take up amendment for repeal next July I of existing system of second-class postage rates and substitution or a modified Several Senators expect to deliver speeches on this chilli Jointly by of Wisconsin ami of lo labor law by Iho Court of mill Overman tit tlie on II cm roll cull atom UK Alumina of of of of of South of of or of and of HM ifo to ryro when llm Mm revenue IH to wurn liy primary purpose In not but lo Ilic nf Court In An lo llm tertian of Ilic revenue wnu FOURTEEN POINTS OR NONE SAYS WILSON SAYS HE WILL INSIST UPON ADOPTION OF WHOLE PROGRAM 1.8. USED TO WIN HONORS AT A GETS WAR BRANDS AS LIE Papers Seized From Captain von Papen by British Officers in tine Read Into Records of Overman DOCUMENTS CONFIRM GUILT FORMER GERMAN ATTACHE Letters of Most Intimate and Con- Nature Detail De- Work and Propaganda on in America by Diplo- Naval and Other Agents of Berlin in U. S. b. Dec. An entirely new set of secret military papers relating to discovered by British gence officers in Palestine among the personal effects of Franz vnn and seized the hasly flight of the German staff from Nazareth were read Into the record of the Over- man committee documents arc of the most mate and confidential nature and new and Illuminating light upon the activities of the whole group of naval and propaganda of Berlin 'n United Stales before this country en- tered the The prior of Ihe 111-Blnrri-.] Von who nn lury nt uml whow belied lu liv anil in by the apt to him or a ratal uc carrying of Vow In It Von lili re- nin tine hlu Unit for the Hit of Hie II tell I eon re They ivoro nelil nail ur o country TO II .it 11 few ON ACTIVE DUTY T MAY ON K linker Hull Ifie IH n flierl all lo me en Tim of II otf all noi nin rank In Ihe llat or thn Mr. tlie tin tlin ami U la nn whully mil of Ilir of HM will inure nil uo In HI vlt the en who Hin on Kaih Will of In hern fully In ihU far It rici nut the on bnl Mr lUVer rrj nol point upon Hr ri M l rant iti IN f CHILDREN LEFT BY IM tMM JTn UK Among urn to Von IT. 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President of tlic has inst sured me tint lie will fight lo the lust for his fourteen that he will not even m risk of Ihc necessity of u The President made this to tnc in one of rate when Hie not to but of ntul Ills feelings seemed to his lips mid In his eyes Ihc fire of n holy while every word snapped down ihc of in liis He as a lie n published In America HUH he hud en- lite project or n in en- force liy Howard A league of nothing more and is Hie of Mr. Wilion mid for il liu will lo die The President's personal lo me Ilic Tuft Idea was us follows of Duly upon dent upon Ills ar- rival hero he will place Italy's lot in the hunds of Hie tan Count di the lo ihc United lo have Informed Ihe 10 this effect conference The diplo- visit to ihc American Chief Incentive gave Ihe of how lire 10 Ihe Informal pence Count ul culled to Ihe and Mr. but Ilic it la un II p Hull 1 I. for in Ilic President in Hie Italy feels her will he csi hands witti him Tim n mil 1M, nil 1 HI will v Hie I In lalk of or lo tor Mr. 11 nt IH nol II Him In II Hie holy 1'reslildil mill Him l linn no Th i lilu u j toiler n ml U A U t. I N S (I TO a. DAVY JONES SAFEST GUARDIAN FOR GERMAN V. S. VIEW POSTAL AIR ROUTES WILL BE MANNED BY THE ARMY Fight in House Wins Votes 2 Million Expense Proposed by leson Is Cut Out n. nf ilie or men in to Ilic Hume In- chief nf nf Tills nvi firemen In in rude schools for und n the IhU Increase of men Is HI curry out Ihe pulley of of al the tiy Admiral nf Ihc navy of the 10 the most of ihc mil 'T tli m Dec. 18.--. The n of wna passed title hy tho tin the er In army lor mall Instead nf n flying Is Iho first of the supply mca lo ho passed by House it now to tho llw Hull W mul lif nil of I In Hint of In- hi ilm Hum lit. in flip iin unit Him of mm War ut of Hi IM will I.e. In- fhan II Mat two l. 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