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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1919, Washington, District Of Columbia                                of the Press. The AuwUted PKM ta entitled I to the for repnblication of all ncwa I credited to ft or not otherwise credited hi tfcis paper tnd also the local nem herelB. The Washington Post n member of the AMoeiftted Press receiving the complete of tlie world s ffrcatevt news gathering organization. today; tomor- row parti> cloudj and colder; fresh southwest winds. Temperature u, 58; minimum, 33. NO. SUNDAY MARCH 13, 1919.- PAGES. COPTIHGHT, ma. BT WASHINGTON POST co TWO CENTS. COUNCIL DK MAP Supreme Body Takes Task From Boundaries Commission. I and Lausanne Gazette of being: a j German agent and it is said he did [not den> the accusation 1 Bej v ho v. as i ptil 1917 the Turkish consul at arna is charged with beiny a tool of the cen ral powers yi It is alleged that in 191 h io to hold a secret ronferonce former King- j onstantine On that occasion it is i I he was pursued b> the militai> i police of the Frenrh army in the east but bucreeded in esfaping >Vill Not Cause Delaj j 1 hf do l ithhoid vhe i url, ish west ,PI man and iat boundai> differences trom the boun- danes ommission u ill not resuIt in as the council probablv ot them boon as the _ _____ (rinmi sions ippoit is Completed and entue tci r itor ial i 'wf ill Dispose of Kutll e question be passed on at one e 'as mjch (.onf itsir n ould in ult tiom Iruttu Question bv One De  r d p meal ui n Geiman lioiit.ei qilL_( n v ndfa% iak-> up n  mmission hi J IT a I s 11 v and n esf a ir n U. S. and French Censors ceai Senate Fight on League. STWKE TIES UP com Harbor Workers May Stop All New York Traction Lines. WILL OLTLINE NEW TURKEY r 4! an Jugoslav-Albanian Lines to Be Settled Together CONGRESS REPORTS SLASHED BAKER ASKED TO INTERVENE Public in Both France and America Misled, Says Writer Irtms 113 Rhine and Kiel (anal to All Indie Cheiadame Shows How Facts Regarding Budget and Kvtia Cession Were Suppressed. Attacks W ilson for Opposing Con- giessmen Visiting France but I avoring Hearing Bolsheviki Ken on Army and Navy Boats Granted Terms Agreed On Commandeering of Tug Boats rged Longshoremen Declare They Will >Iake It Impossible to 1.oat} Any Labor Board Ready to Modify Macy Insist on Union Crews. I La s 1 led sli PO it IN PACT ON LIVE STOCK Packers and Raisers Agree to Stabilize Industry. JOINT BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Spr. ial Cablr from the London 1 to Tfcc Washington upvtig it 1 m by tbe Pobl <_ I i I I'd i AJ ii t li 2 ndi r <_ hai j.d.ime XVI it ng n s it. Nou vorttbly to the American ons South I have v et an-! A strong: sentiment is developing in hiffh quarters of the conference to- ward xna.kinff Geneva the official seat of the league- of nations Several of the heads of delegations who have been consulted have given then ap prova) RAIL RATES TO BE CUT Pittsburgh to San Francisco is JI and from San 'Trancibco to the Orient 60 cents ft hundred making a total rate of 83 Since the armistice signed, and the Atlantic was freed of Administration Enters Fight for Trade in Foreign Lends. congestion at Atlantic po-ii paitim larlj Netr York and Philadelphia and tn working serious ha-m to tue fx port houses on the Pacific toast PfllllSEPEIlCECIilGE Senators Laud the Separation of League Plan and Treaty. Railroad and Wattr Line EQUAL CHANCE FOR PORTS] Exporters Forced Q.m Pacific, South Atlantic and Gulf Cities Wall Gain Benefits. Unity Plan for Congress Members of congressional commit. tees interested jn waterways develop ment decided in conference yesterday _ ___ to seek In railroad legislation at next session prov isions requiring 111- Exports Hates Thau barged on Domestic Traffic Also tercha.ngre of traffic between rail and j stems with through bills ot ladingr, and the Intei state Commerce Commission jurisdiction over ivater carrieis and rates A Federal agency to develop watei The situation became '-o on the coast that expoiteis prepared to dismantle their establishments and some e already been closed en tirely It was claimed that financial losses had bei n sustained and the effect was to transfer al! bah king- and commercial business to York The railroad adminibUoA on il makP a ledutioii in the la I PARIS NEWS BRINGS RELIEF Pomdeiter, Reed, Borah and Others Discuss the JTew Situation Piediot J of C HeuN late bas stt-el Intelests Join in of SS ents a I the i ate- t t he (n ei to Puih American and tht Panama t iiv transportation was also discussed An Commerte Conquests within the Department i of Commeice Tvas apparently i m Mai (By New o i k tie up of N ew he A I k Mai ch 1 complete k oi K city subw ele- Bv (.KOROF ROTHWELL BROWN. upYfigiit II bv Waihmgton Pott Co i -ti ation has en m a K L two col umn piotost 1 a otal ommittee Be I  m iiis viitl w ot A 111-5 1 h CM r s reison bo i 11 d '-pati h fi om 'W pubhsl cd in thr- I cho de 0 f M n h 1 ans sa d ri r- ii! U i leadoi is t ng of the McC.OJivi.Jft> head Hoistirgr Cn XT n ion that organization xvould support llif it ei e man n ed nonunion s( a t in en h v t h Ions noi in >n s sud. Hij-i miles, the Fed 'jjl iiitcivcrns 11 uilJ be i tn b I t D lo td i t ist 1 in N e 1 o i 1 1 a. i b i i! oft o is a d i s U It in n i of the vi k u i t Misp ml< d pt ndin i i u i i o! Ui les 1 11 u0 lies t derj 1 media i i iht w -i t I ibo bo 11 d i sm d H s iic men! in U (shmg i m in b r( 1 i J s j d t d t n Inle it nol iiai s< 01 nl 01 i e Hie of I i Ma< i f s uiiipn e hi< h resulted i i tf e of slukt i! o 111 d no to ot the t hi oush the ot lues ol Mi riviffhe c n bv a mitli he al i on of (he a a i d The net s cie in I i! would no 11 e strikers 11 r 01 t hi 11 i n o n 1 t ind t ne Marmr on ie lusrd tiie n i JIT? Joi a. o nt i. o IK 11 i) 10 ri omni 111 I o  bt, shot lias be on issued s s s the dispute h The Berlin tht con tin ties sa-y (he hpattacans vis ird Noske ol m hlarv 11 i is1 to inQinre into tonrtitions Jr is ivimoied that ill p t ot ra ed iat ion H ri i "X di Tia tided u tonal o I th< Spailatans and posm --s on ot al I tht i -t i m1- Spaitucans DecupiUite icttms. Iho behavioi of the Sputai ins in Iiit litenbei gr a a w ortse than t I il i ruelt iee in BeS in ad u rs i e  tl from j grencrul stiike suppoited t he hparlat ans I JK htenbui K Bat I le Bet 1 in t i u ot the tioops against the spartaeanb nt ssai is slow inff to the need of Cleaning up the retonquered par i of i the T Ins means tu.j.( burg- probable cannot oe i oaf i M side of tuo Ihe popul if e of IjK h ten burg: is from hungei and as a Of loo! me The beeond important Spaitafrin stronghold is a subui b I of The also are 1 stronglv entrenched m opeiin W I ih Depart in en E the Depai l inf nt )l omnrif re e and the Chipping b d aie tooppiating with the ia 1 i and Unse ous gjveinment b i m h t- i i i n tn m ooppratiny w- 11 h b R o! the oountrv ccnliien aie in piog-tess in N t K and U and a. n ttional piofciani ii the e nf i  putt life up i i n led Mom Io th< Id Ihe plan is Ir out in i bjJiiii ol oopt-i at ion and liai and his i 1 appro v a 1 ot the indust t la 1 oncei ns in thr c o u n 1 r a-v as ol i tiustees soon as the new late sthedules 1 been completed the (Sluppint; bo aid will f urthei T he will 1 he proposed 1 j v. oT steel enters ir f the new tail road i a used in n the ar fcasis  foi ce should ome to on suit w- n h the delegates of the peace w hilt this sa.ni e de ciares against the delegates of Amer H i coming tt> explain to their t ol in the French par! lament ha' are ihe w ishes of tht "Vmeruan peoplt to tVie issues of 1 hi lirst ot ifsoii s font teen points itill-. lor open diplomacy Tins prin i pie undoubtedly t ondemns the sup- picHbion ol inform itiou suth as peec bet, in tue Amei lean benal e and tlie opinions ot the Cleveland Man Big Damages f the CbuH of winch has been that the Penn R French public scarcely i_on ere m. e I a e mainta net! i t u T eveland Ohio 1 i er lat ed thai Ords for personal damages m re I Ohio courts weie broken ivheii thing Vr hat is happening other side of the Vtlantic on (he CALL ON NEUTRALS FOR LEAGUE VIEWS Powers in Conference Send Invitations to Priv- ate Council. priv at ne produi 11 e of jn ?l u PS i f uuals c w i a nd on I- urthei v (01 thr br r i in t rest-- I ut tion 11 polu I i p lall the i, of in- i these ific National tnno la.te-' not I 1 r> 11 i a ept tl H t ei iria si 11 pi _ to i 1 l (ommissio! 'i 111 sh i ppiri p: boa 71 11< a c n ou Id d o is f 1 to take or Hi e p-- until tl f I i w hen i I.I m i net! l h i t i Mr Hull'' I be u e for so 1 ii p ju.M i f 11 1 il s of th r J.HII 1 i I i 1 J t I i i hf d 1 Sta s (he n w i- fciicrl jl J i in fu ed 1 I I t I a! IP i 111 S Ih i of pr ate tu lo f iilhet rur.Ucr-n, o or na I hf railroad adminib Air IIurl" 10 Need Hepati 11 is d' d )H11 S 11 It ever th-it hiB figures gruess Txork J he colonel said that addition to and light the Spar tacan s have soores of ma chine guns Troops in Four The troops are den's marines in the middle w ith L suard of tavalry and riflemen m x southward and Gen Huelsen s volun teers from the dnectfon of Schoen Then conduc t and ipline ai e exemplars merely partmc nt if be made t-m< F tli< tied uji for f lianrllr llic problems 1 o c tl t i o r t f n t m l v fi id ord d r f i i ni n t i 1 I Ihr 1 i n d H i A o 1 i export at. urt f f person il injuries wa-- I you thinK of tvriting: thin.k of Pali-1 March invitation bias been sent to all the neutial nations in Curope and South America ask- ing; them to atteird a piivate tui- ofhcial conference hei e Thursday, Alai ch 20, with tlie object of giving- neutials an opportunity to express then on the league of nations by the con- ference autho it At orloikp s noii m Make Table has already replied fa- t HOTEL, Sat At WARDMAN PARK nicla-v Much I) urdav March la, S.PECIAX j UA.Nt. J-. it o clock n m Make Table j DANT JS at 7 o clocV P m Make v aiion-5 now aliens The with NEXT SUNDAY'S POST  tht Ignited States and ar< in opera tion Santiago bile "Man Ii 1 off! cial statement says th i e m is in accord w iih tfie dp cfsion of the allied roun ii to have Chile the German snips to the tTnlted States Chile Repoi-tM 83 Interned. Buenos Aires March 12 o rd ing1 to a d--i to t n e (MOn from santM-, if Lnited Stfties liave t o'r to it S5jClerman ships interned n poets The Ohileana adds the dis- i   

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