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   Marion Register (Newspaper) - April 21, 1916, Marion, Iowa                                NUAilifcil 1 LINN APRIL VOLTJUME 64 THREATENS F SUSSEA CONTINUES President Demands That Ger many Stop Attacks by UBoats at SUSSEX FACTS ARE RECITED Berlin Told Thnt Unless Present Meth ods of Submarine Warfare Are Abandoned Will Sever blpldmatlc April United States note to demanding an immediate cessation of submarine at tacks on unarmed passenger and freight given out by the state department simultaneously with Its re ceipt In la regarded generally In the nature of an al though not designated technically as bythe state Tho note demands that tho German govern maut Immediately declare and effect an abandonment of Its present meth ods of submarine Sussex Sunk Without The note first takes up the Sussex case and declares that a careful Inves tigation by naval and military of tho United States has conclusive ly established the fact that the Sussex was rtorpedoed without warning or BummonB to surrender find that the torpedo by which she was struck was of 3orman Tliese facts from tbe It Is de made the conclusion that the torpedo was fired by a German sub taarlno Sussex Not Isolated The note states that If the sinking of the been an Isolated the United States might hope that the officer who was responsible for tbe nrt had violated bis orders or been criminally negligent and that the ends of Justice might be satisfied by Impos ing upon him np net and payment of a suitable In demnity by the Imperial It is that this Is only one Instance of the ruthless do etructlon that has marked tho subma rine It Is pointed out that when tho Imperial government first an nounced Its Intention of inaugurating the submarine campaign against enemy the United States be Sieving that It would be Impossible to conduct warfare without on idangorlng thdJlves of ttoncombatants fet and thai this opinion has been borrie out by subsequent Germany Persists In Its It Is asserted that again and again the Imperial government has given Us solemn assurances to the government of the United States that at least pas nenger ships would not be thus dealt with and yet it has repeatedly permit ted Its undersea commanders to dlsre these assurances with entire 1m Grent liners like tho Lusltanla and Arabic and mere passenger boats like the1 It IB have been attached without a moments warning the lives ot pas sengers and crew have been destroyed In a manner which the government of United 8tales but regard as wanton and without the slightest color of Says Time Has Come for The note points out that tbe United States has been very but as serts that the time now has come when the facts are susceptible of only one It lias become pain fully It Is that tbo use of submarines for tho destruction of an enemys because of thj character of the vessels employed with the principles of the longestablished and In controvertible rights of neutrals and the sacred Immunities of noncombat In view of these It Is de tho United States government finds but one courseIt can Only One Course to Cnleus the Imperial government should now Immediately declare and effect an abandonment of Its present methods o submarine warfare against passongor and freight carrying ves the note tho govern ment of tho United States can have no Choice but to nover diplomatic ttous with tho Gorman empire alto This action the government of tha United Status contemplates with tho greatest but fools con strained to take In behalf of Immunity and the rights of neutral Chancellor to See April Chancel lor von and For elgn Minister von Jngow held a long presumably on tho note transmitted to the Gonmm govern uiont through Ambassador Gorard with reference to submarine It la understood that the chancellor a will leave UurJIn Friday or Saturday for a conference with Emperor Wll 11am at army Count von llorustoilt lins notified the foreign ofllco that ho has sent from Wellington a long message relating Americas demands concerning aubma riho This IB expected to ur rive by Its contontfl are not TIME JN MEXICO Mexican Officials Believe Ameri can Forces will Be Re called LADY COLEBROOK OBREGON REQUISITIONS ROAD Action Delivery of Ten loads of Hay for Horses Militant Party Forcing Car ranza Into El April the American troops In Mexico will mark Lime for the next ten days Is the view expressed by Mexican officials 111 At the end of that they the withdrawal of the United 3tateo expedition will be ordered by the Washington Fear that longer delay by tha Atucrt cnn authorities In reaching a decision will result In Increased antagonism on the part of Mexican citizens was openly expressed at General Oavlras but It was stated that every precaution was being taken by the Carranza troops to prevent fur ther bloodshed such as occurred at Parrel To Press It has become plain that the de Facto governments demand or the recall of the American troops was not for home The demand will bo General Alvaro Obre gon has ordered the requisition for nUlttary purposes of the Mexican Northwestern railway between Ghl huahua city and This will prevent the delivery to the American troops of ten carloads hay which are urgently needed by the horses and mules of General Pershtngs expedi This fodder had been consigned to merchants friendly to the but the commercial truffle Is held up One American supply base Is at San on the Mexican North western line between Madora and Jhiint Mo been inomentarliyforgotten owing to the recent developments of Interna tional Prominent Mexi cans Paso openly express the belief that the Obregon faction In tho Mexican government will soon force General Carranza to declare war against the United Carranza Is declared to have lost all dominance In the de facto ClashSeems Aclash between Mexico and tho United States IB more Imminent than generally said one well informed An effort will be made to avert that but the do facto government Is preparing in every possible way for Important developments were pro dieted by Jose a mem ber of General now In El Paso with his He said that a proclamation on the subject of the withdrawal of the American troops was being Lady wife of a British government Is visiting In tha United States after working for six months In the VlckersMaxlm muni tion factory In over she worked steadily for ten hours a day during tho half year as a finisher of gun STORMS Kill ELEVEN Succession of Tornadoes Batters Central Kansas and EXPECT KAISERS REPLY THIS WEEK Wilson WillWatt Three or Four Days Belong the Next TO GIVE BERLIN AMPLE TIME Count Von Long Message to His Whlehli 8aldtoUrge the Kaiser Town of Morgan Mis In Dead and Fifty Kansas April persons are reported dead and scores Injured In a succession of tornadoes swept through the central parts of eastern Kansas and western Mis Property damage la believed to be although accurate Informa disabled telegraph and telophorie The storm areas or Topeka mid In a lino running from the south western corner of Wilson In Kansas across the Missouri line Into the border The reported load nro At Fort Mlllnr Baby At Rich Devon years At Bow Apploton At Packard killed by car over turning when he was trying to out strip the storm Six persons are reporteddead and about fifty Injured at Morgan with the town laid In The storm Is also supposed to have struck near Jefferson City and OBREGON MOBILIZES INDIANS April tJnlted States having said Its last word to Germany In the submarine turned expectancy to where rests the decision whether the imperial government shall abandon its present methodn of sub marlne warfare or break President Wilson probably will wait until the end o the week for Germany to reply Ao his which declares theImbntlon of the United States to sever re lations unless the Berlin government Immediately gives upUhe use of sub marines against commence and squares her submarine policy jjrlth the prln clplos of humanity and No Time No time limit was set the com but the president Is known to hold tho opinion that three or four days would be period to allow to GernmnV for sj If I none is forthcoming within a reason I able time thf step accomplishing a I break in wltti all Its grave I will be Count von Germanys would receive his passports and Amer ican Ambassador Oerard at Berlin would he Instructed to come Congress Is Impressed with the deep of the presidents The dispassionate words In Wilson told a joint session the house and senate of hit purpose took on a fuller force of meaning when pub lication of tho note al identical thfljjadreasja out lino and Inwhat un mistakable terms American gov ernment declared Still Hopes for Count von optimistic throughout the long negotiations that have approached a crisis several times was hopeful that his ment would Und a way to prevent a break In He sent a long message to said to recommend that some such assurances as were given regarding operations In the Mediterranean should now be thrown aroundall submarine opera Tho note declares that United Stales has from first thtit the destructionof commefcf of submarines Is utterly Incompatible with the principles of It is evident that the presidents demands Is that the employment of submarines shall be restricted to operations agalnat This Is the crucial point In the CAPTURE BRITISH POSITIONS Berlin Reports Marked Successes for Teuton Troops Operating Against the April successes for tho Gorman troops operating In Klanders against the British army were announced In the war ofllce re It sifted that af Ypres German troops have penetrated English trenches while at English positions on a front of GOO yards have been At Langemarck tho Germans took an 108 men and two machine The French nre directing a heavy bombardment of the Gorman positions on tho east bank of the the report states Frenchattacks atCall lotto with one wore DUTCH ARMY IS HELD INTACT Easter Furloughs Refused Because Dangers Have Not Says Hague Tho April dangers which tho government feared have not yet declared the pre Van Dor a dele gation which bad requested him to allow furloughs to Dutch soldiers Cor the customary Easter The premier mild emphatically that no fur loughs would bo declaring that tho maintenance of Dutch neu trality demanded tho contlmmnca at tho strictest measuroB to prevent our bolus surprised by ovontsl GERMAN MILLIONAIRE SUICIDE Ends Clfc to Escape Prosecution for Selling Grain Contrary to the April Hamburg haa coin milled ouloltlo In order to oscapo pros auutlon for selling grain for tho food Ing of live llerr who wau a partner In a big milling concern at dlunosed of grain sent to hla companys mill to bo made into Hour to contrary to tho tloui of the Havana Correspondent Says There Are In the Vicinity of Mex Ico April anticipation of American intervention In Alvaro Obrogbn has mobilized aproximntoly Indians In the vi cinity of Mexico City to cope United States forces that may attempt to march from Vera Cruz to the cap These defense forces gathered by General who has become tho military dictator of are Yaqut veterans of last years campaign against and the fiercest warriors in any army in the Twenty thousand Indians preceded Gonoral Obrogon toMexico City and havo been distributed In of the Ten thousand more In diana from Bonora aro with Obregons cavalry Cesaroo GREEKS MASSACRED BY TURKS Four Hundred Killed at 200 at Smyrna and Many at April residents of Turkey are being massacred by according tu reports re celved at the allies headquarters Tho outrages appear to bo In cited by the Ottoman Tho massacres began on April 11 at Four hundred Oreeks are siilil to havo boon killed In that city and aot Uulgarlau tioqpa aro aald to have participated In this At Smyrna 200 Greeks are ruportod to havo been Many CtreoItB wore nlno slain at Constant STRIKERS AND TROOPS CLASH Six at Hastings Striker Stabbed With April Btrlklng thn Na tional Cable and Conduit company wore Injured In clashoa with New York I stato troopa sent here to protect the plant and preserve One man wan stabbed In tho abdoninn with a bayonet and la TO iET ENVOY SELECT Believed Bernstorff Will Not Claim Von Igels FRENCH TAKE THE OFFENSIVE Capture Redoubt and Trenches In Re gion of ZOO man April troops have taken the offensive on the eait bank ot the Meuse river In the second bat tie ot The official com munique announced that a successful French attack was carried out In the region of v The assaulting force captured a ra ilnubt and some trenches which the Germans hod constructed after their advance against the northeast of Two hundred Gorman prisoners wore also taken by the Tho artillery duel the west bank of the Mouse continued throughoul the The French attacks at Vaux was preceded by a terrific bombardment of tha Gorman Artillery drenched the trenches with shells driving the Germani Into subterrane an refugees and clearing the way for the Infantry GERMANY OPPOSED TO BREAK President Hears That Berlin Foreign Office Is Utterly Agalnit an Open April Sources close to President Wlloon for the first time in a weak expressed hope that a diplomatic break with Itu consequent danger ot yei will bo The Berlin foreign the president has been advised it was Is uttorlr opposed to an open Some of the leading olllolala there are understood to have prepared statements for submission to the kalaor and the Imperial chancellor citing tho statistics of the submarine campaign for the past 16 months t show that only live per cent of the al lied shipping has Dies After Hot April H for 26 years a member o tho Canadian died here nfter iG days of and hla phy la under arrea ou a ihurgo of holographic Copies of the Documents Showing Plot Are Sent to New April doeil ments seized by federal authorities in he office of Wolff von return of which has demanded by Count the Gorman ambassa remain in a safe In the office ot United States district Jeforo returning any of them to tho German ambassador forwarding hem to Washington for that Mslrlct Attorney Marshall has sent o Washington photographic copies of ill of them that tho German ambassa dor may determine which are official records of the Persons who have seen the papers say thoy believe Count von Bernstorff will not admit that any are official rec The papers are described as ipnatltutlng the haul made by he government since the activities of he agents of central powers In country were first As a result of the seizure of these It was the complete oper of an alleged Teutonic spy In America will be In eluding tho names of the alleged di rectors of AMERICANS FLEE MAZATLAN Consul Reports Native No Freo to Loot They April Al er at reported to he state department that practically he entire American colony In that vi cinity Is fleeing from of threatening Alger reported that the natives were under no governmental factions con being free to loot as they They are especially directing their robberies against he re RECRUITING CRISIS SETTLED No RMlgnitlohi FromBrlt It Officially April recruiting crisis has been It waa an nounced on official It waa stated that there 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