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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - March 9, 1919, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BURLINGTON HAWKEYE today and not much change in STAGE OF 2 inches fan of EIGHTIETH YEAR SUNDAY MARCH PAGES Price Per Copy Dally w LLIED FLEET TO POLICE ADRIATIC Centra Government to Use Force to Prevent Establish ment of Bolshevist Berlin Strike Leaders to be has n pm an ultimatum from of all Germany threat measures to prevent es of a proletariat dictator according to a German message picked up here to leaders are warned to es jiarliamentary form of gov nr the forces of the central int will be used to suppress st government and enforce the cons i ifmal HI1KMX STRIKE March The Associ ated break in the u sirike in Berlin occurred this when the subway and tele sirvico and water and gas plants This was the result of a tion adopted by the Berlin Ped n of Labor demanding that the railed resolution to resume work was by a vote of 40 to inas as the government had grantee major part of the political de namls and chiefly the strike LS threatening the lieallh and sefet of tJie TO KXECCTK March fighting in ended if noon the dis ami government troop nil public buildings am anil a number of number of spartacans wer A cv GERMANMAGYAR PLOT IN MILITARY IN CHARGE March The CzechoSlovak military com mand has proclaimed a state of siege thruout Slovakia as the result of the discovery of a GermanMag yar according to the news papers By proclaiming a state of siege the Czech govern ment hopes to forestall disorders and protect With the Czecho Slavs in Copyright JfllO for THE BURLINGTON HAWKEYE By the New York BY HERMAN Admiral Heads Force To Prevent Clash Between Italians and JugoSlavs March soprano council today appointed a com mission to go to Xaibach to investigate recent Incidents there between the Italian and the The commission is composed of repre sentatives of the TJnitcd Great Prance and SENATORS ASSAIL WORLD LEAGUE IN I March Interal lied fleet has been put under com mand of Admiral head the United States naval forces in the Ad with Instructions that he take the steps necessary to prevent a repeti tion of the clash between JugoSlavs and Italians at it was revealed in a dispatch to the Italian embassy from Paris this After the the cable the international committee of admirals issued the following proclamation The international committee of ad mirals for the application of the clauses of the armistice in the Adria tic has taken cognizance of the fact that order and safety do not exist in the city of The officers be to one of the allied nations ASKED General Gaida for a review of the Bolshevik cam paign against the Czechslovak forces in At his request a report was prepared by the National Council at Ekaterin giving all the details in connection with the hardships m icniMiiura both civil and that the and the Sacrifices Of the CzecllO acts committed constitute a violation Slovak forces in their struggle to w march thru Siberia to help the have been The thru Admiral Nib delegate of the United charged with the naval command of mt Jnforms ttteoca1 oner in the lighting in the j cliitiT erlin Friday and will be in according to an Telegraph dispatch from DISLOYAL TROOPS aiih government tnmns havesuppressed the armed re volt a according to a dispatch friiin city and are now assigned Ui tin task of protecting workmen who wuit to n turn to their The division and two de of republican guards have bcoii it is PARTISAN LEAGUE FIGHT DEPRECATED BY HUGHES At the time of the break be tween the Red Guards and our they had every advan tage over says the While our commanders fulfilled honestly all the terms of the the Soviets of the Red Guards kept pre paring ammunitions and agita This command of the Red army was in charge of German The force tifensisted of Ger man and Magyar prisoners of They mobilized Russians by and by spreading vari ous falsehoods directed against The prisoners of war fought against the Czechs because of national Many of them fought merely because they were well paid and thus im proved their The Red army organized there was in reality the founda of a German army in Si The Russian element in the Red army in Siberia was made up of two former criminals in the Amur region and of soldiers and workmen who were mobil lormrr Cnrrf court JuKtiee I Muilj of Sorlfty of March he char of nations was de iiv Iharlfs Evans in an tMrff at the Victory dinner York County as this league of nations jth the imputation of un motives by one side to the that the be studied that whatever we do we m ngagement which we do Mr Hughs said lie believed in an in tuiirt with machinery for and in the organization of Continued on Page Eighteen HARMLESS SUBSTITUTE FOB MORPHINE FOUND Iawrence March A de pendable and harmless substitute for morphine has been evolved by experts in the Kansas university department of it was announced here to day by Dean Sayre and Wat chemists of the state board of ehalth The new medicine was developed from a heart retardant Dean Sayre stated that it did not have the habit forming effect of WASHINGTON HOTEL WILL BE RAZED IN MAY March Pa one of most widely in countrVj ls to jiuy to a Cfflce it announced The Icned in 1871 and has long meeting place of na J NORMAN COOK IS FOUND GUILTY Norman Cook riiiliy of manslaughter to killing of William Brad i intermediate sentence is to imprisonment iyear to M HEAL s uc tmc of the year when hoi I 1lc are looking for new inVlll the intention of buy would likc to consider but tney win ever for you tell lf you have any real estate flnJ that The Hawk are the shortest and ami Prepare 7 Is about your fw tllis office tomoirow An The see of the terms of the armistice and that a repetition will be prevented by force of For the purpose of promptly re al the disposal of the admiral dele gates of the tjnlted States an intoral lics force with the request to take all the necessary dispositions so that or der shall not be violated under any The most severe meas ures contemplated by military law will be if the civilian and military authorities should prove themselves incompetent to maintain The Delegates will not hesitate to use what ever means they might deem necessary against these local authorities who are found unwilling or incapable of per forming their Among other acts of violation of the terms of the the following are specifically mentioned Any insult to the allied Any outrage with words or ges tures against sailors or sol diers of the Any Inimical expression against the Any attempt against personal liberty or private Any refusal to comply with the or ders of the interallied The proclamation Is signed by Ad mirals Niblack for the United Rltie for Ugo Tombo for storing the committee places and Klodle for Great Britain TO DEBATE LEAGUE Senator and Harvard University President to Clash in March joint de bate on the league of nations will be held probably next week at between Senato Lodge of Massa 100 YEARS OLD AGREES FIRST ARE HARDEST ExSenator Beveridge Supports Borah and SUSPECTS 200 PERUVIANS ARE ARRESTED AFTER MUTINY Outbreak of Troops at Lima Threatened to Lead to Buenos March hund red Peruvian officers and soldiers have been arrested in Lima after a sanguinary mutiny which threatened to lead to a according to a despatch from to Le The outbreak is said to have been caused by the issuance of a pro clamation naming candidates for the presidency of March speak ing campaign in opposition to the league of nations plan in the form ad vocated by President Wilson and in dorsed by former President Taft was continued at a meeting that filled Tre mont temple Senator of Idaho denounced the proposed league as a league of diplomats rather than of with an executive council In which Asiatic and European members could outvote America on purely American Senator Charles dem of Colorado reiterated his con viction that the United States ought not to be committed to a new and farreaching national policy In ad vance of a thoro knowledge of every detail involved in so momentuous an ExSenator Beveridge m Washington March Former Senator Albert Beveridge of Indiana and In introducBlthln arm about 200000 men ing the other speakers attacked the obtained originally thru the drafts and proposed international constitution as j by transfer from the national Planed by the war department in league of Aliies Decide to Renew Nego tiations at Different Belgian Points Belgium Probably Will Get Districts Held in Subjection by March Announces Draft and Guardsmen Will Be Held Asia would furnish the liabilities and I the United States supply the j building up the temporarymilitary esj We are told that we shall dlsapj tablishraent of the This was I oint the world if we to Join definitely made known today by BelSnan demand for Malmedy and he Of i who an1the surrounding It is ex March The Asso ciated supreme council reached a decision tonight whereby the negotiations interrupted at Spa will be immediately resumed at another probably somewhere In The agreement provides a method for securing delivery of the German merchant ships and furnishing of an adequate food supply to Germany un til the next The method of it s will be by credits thru neutral countries and by utilizing forifgn securities held in BEXGICM TO GET March peace confer ence commission on Belgian it jis has agreed in principleto James Haney Celebrates Cen tenery at But Quit Drinking passed fixing the permanent Under existing the max March as Briggs says in The the first hundred years are the Fears Foreign God forbid that the Americaspeo ile ever allow themselves to be j imumwar strength of the permanent hained to that body of a around Voluntary manent foreign political inj enlistlnents to fln the regular army republican leader then James Haney has passed the hard times of for with a and presi dent of Harvard university and chair man of the executive committee of the League to Enforce President Lowell has been one of the leaders in advocacy of the league con while Senator Lodge has been equally prominent in its criti culminating in presentation to the senate of his resolution and tre statement of thirtynine republican senators and senatorselect declaring opposition to the league constitution as now STOCK EXHIBIT IN March Consul Hoover at Sao cabled the state department suggesting that breeders of live stock in the TJnited States and others con nected with that industry send repre sentatives to a live stock exposition to be opened at Sao Palo April Building Contracts March for private building construction in February in that section of the coun try north of the Ohio and east of the Missouri rivers showed an increase of over those awarded in the department of labor an nounced big birthday cake bearing a hundred a flag flying from the front porch of his little home in a few miles north of the lit tle home full of friends and Haney celebrated his first century of A decrepit old man waitin fer th cat to die Not a Hale and hearty and full of ready of keen of anxious to help hang the this veteran of the Civil war today discussed affairs and men long since forgotten by even the older men of to and when asked how he accom plished extending not only his life but his health and good spirits and his mind over these five score years he merely shook his and said I donf know I just lived like I wanted here I Smokes No Irinks I dont suppose you ever smoked asked the Ive smoked since I was 16 and still keep at was the Drink good yes Ive been Continued on Page OPEN COVENANTS OPENLY ARRIVED WHITE TELLS OF REPORTERS BATTLE OF AMERICAN PRESS FOR PUBLIC Official Europes Attitude Toward Peace Highly Disillusioning to Americans in Paris Reporters Made Wilsons Victory for The Burlington HawkEye by Wheeler ALL RIGHTS havc Want ad opportun Iands at an By William Alien KE official European attitude toward peace 1 and toward problems of peace has been highly disillusioning to Americans in and particularly to American newspaper men who have seen the situation somewhat from the in Yet as will be seen the situation was not so bad as it The Europeans who were disillusioning the Americans were not a different breed of people They were acting under other circum stances than In the desire for a real European popular aspiration has been genu Even the nationalism of the man in the street has not been But by some curious political alchemy the political expression oi the peoples of Europe has seemed at times rather frankly brutally This greed was vastly unworthy of the sacrifices men have made for the ideals of freedom on the Gov ernments have seemed to be treating the peace as a grand grabgame perhaps because the olc distrusts of one another have been revived with Italy remembers French grabs France distrusts Great Britains aims in and the Slavic peoples of southeast Europe distrust Italy because they all have borrowed money from it seems as tho she must drink the cred itors bitter beer All this was manifest during the weeks of De cember and January when the president was go ing about making speeches to the unselfish peo ple of Europe about the League of They heard him gladly their governments gave him their dubious But the climax of disillusionment came when the American newspaper men took their stan for a free press and for point 1 of the four teen open openly arrived For three days storm it hac been Fifty or sixty American report tContinued on Pare certain European powers rould be because they lave everything to gain and nothing o lose by getting strong and olvent America to underwrite their I eral who an nounced the decision of the war de partment that the army would not be reduced under any circumstances below until some law was pected that this will result in the peace conference approving the handing over of this to The Malmedy district is Just east of the Belgian frontier and has been under German for a number of The roprt of the commission on Belgian cvlaims which was in favor Giving them forever in historic and rpinaueurated oth in this ot a revision of the treaty of 1S39 was in racial and alien Been remauguratea in tms hatreds i country and in General by the It is said that we are now a world i having been authorized to Council decided to make a and that we must take up newfer recruits obtained from the expecisor the repre We a world j ditionary forces to the regular organ section of the smaller powers on the lower and we do not intend to surI izations and to release an equivalent ender that position and become the i number of drafted There will tail of an international We wel ome new burdens if they are egitimate but we decline those be ongingr to others which they are eager o unload on But it is said that we went to war o create this league of That s simply not the The truth is hat we went to war to whip Ger That job is The next immediate and imperative to make peace and bring our soldiers a deficiency of These men therefore will have to financial and economic FAVORS SMALLKR HCN March proposition made to the supreme council yesterday SAYS IT WILTj BREKD tained were fixes four months after the presidential proclam ation of as the maximum for the retention of members of the tem porary Military authorities foresee no com plication as a result of this feeling that the final peace treaty can not be agreed upon before Senator Sherman Wants a League This will extend the enlistment portatl Merely by period of the draft contingents to Sep New March on before they feel cer the subject of the league of nations at j congress will have acted to re Republican club Senator lieve the Sherymn of one of the thirtyseven senators who signed the resolution not to vote for the league constitution as at present said the league in its present form would be a signal fire for war ar in Senator Sherman also said that in addition to the thirtyseven senators who signed the others were come from the forces which the war by Premier Lloyd George for a clause department had planned to in the peace treaty for reducing the The selective service under j German army much below the size which many of the men to be re previously definitely re SEATTLE SHIPYARD STRIKE IS ENDED March quires Germany to reduce her arm to 15 according to information from French The divisions would be formed of volunteers enlist ing for The council accepted the proposition In referring it to a commit tee to draft the TO LET WAR LORDS The findings of the commission of responsibility for the war are still in It is understood the com mission will conclude that the officials of the central powers were morally guilty of the most heinous but that physical punishment would of necessity be The Americans have announced unwilling to adopt any expedients the constitutionality of which might be questioned In the United States and in that event the authoritative sources it was learned j Europeans would have to act alone If i thot if tiA late tonight that the twentyone they were determined to punish the willing to sign and that if the quessni here which officials A possible solution tion were brought to a vote fiftytwo Tinnarv it to suggested is the formal denunciation senators would vote against preliminary peace treaty of the senators would vote against Wants Cooperative Senator Sherman advocted a league based on the laws of called with a declaration that except in is an international He urged a great cooperative as sociation as contrasted to a treaty un men assembled in ment was withheld until after a con der which nine some star chamber in Europe can send us to The minute you form a coalition of powers whowill be signatory mem bers of the you and the Asiatic countries into a hostile and then we would not have to prepare for war between but between two great he No body knows whether Germany will be admitted to the but Germany can be as treacherous in a peace league as she could in a war THINK WILSON WILL NOT AMEND THE LEAGUE MUCH Sun llaxnt Shone Party Since Mornlnic After officials of the central ORLANDO TO RETURN TO March the chamber of deputies Premier Orlando inti mated that he must return to as the peace conference was entering upon a definite he asked the chamber to adjourn until April Referring to the league of the premier said that an ideal could be obtained only when hard realities On Board George were taken into They must March Wireless to The Asso not be surprised if all professeu to be ciated impression gath ered by those who have come Into con tact with President Wilson is that the I adherents of President Wilson on con dition that President Wilsons prin lact wnn w uson is mac me I j cnr opposition which has developed to the i ciples were applied to r or league of nations covenant has there was a perfect colnci caused him to decide that any radical dence between absolute justice and the changes are necessaryIt is recognized of Italian that changes in phraseology and particulars are possible but it is under stood that President Wilson is satisfaction of Italian aspir There are just as Bernstorffsin MCORMICK ASSAILS LEAGUE Germany now as before the bei Thus far the president has given lit nf rhom Tins IcillpH tie consideration to these He cause none of them has been He said he did not distinguish be twteen the German government and the German because they were i Defends His Filibustering Senator Sherman defended his part in the filibuster which prevented passage of Important legislation in the flnal hours of the last say ng STRIKE LOSS Bunoes March Shipping agents estimate that their losses re sulting from the strike during the past two months amount to ac cording a statement Issued today after a meeting at which measures of combatting tie port strikers were dis tie consideration to these He continues his enjoyment of an unevent ful her departure but the sea continues cor before a Swedish republican ifter i declared that under the present draft liaoix ffnator PonnlWr of England and March Medill Rain again set In The sun of in a speech to has not been seen from the Geo Washington since the morning 0 the league of Slam would have an equal vote with the United States and that a foreign power could send American soldiers to war and could decide questions relative to the MOAfter faylnghat the draft of the constitution of the league of nations proposed to nx the relative military and strength of the memberaSenator McCormlck said England would have the greatest navy and France the greatest because of propinquity to said the whatever dangers may threaten us In the years to unless break the we can never arm in our own without the eonesnt of the enemy whe threatens PADEREWSKI ENTERTAINS BED CTOSS MISSION March American Red Cross mission to Po land arrived in Warsaw Thursday and was warmly according to dis patches received The city was decorated with American Pre mier Faderewski gave a luncheon to the members of the mission and ex pressed the gratitude of Poland to   

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