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   Waterloo Evening Courier (Newspaper) - January 22, 1919, Waterloo, Iowa                              UNUSUAL VALUES ADVERTISED IN THIS PAPER DAILY AND WATERLOO DAILY REPORTER WEATHER FORECAST Chicago Cloudy and colder tonight Thursday fair in extreme went portion ATERLOO IOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2 2 1 9 1 9 T E N PAG E S PRICE FJVE CENTS ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIM WATERLOO IOWA JAKUAiti 23 ixuro U SBRITISH FOR SETTLING RUSS Question of Substitute Rests on Whether He Feels He Can not Go Over Again MUST BE AT HOME TO SIGN BILLS THAT PASSED Question of Returning Troops Big One Some May Come Back With President By the Associated Press Paris Jan the hope of formulating a definite form of L tion on the Russian question the f supreme council of the peace con gress continued today to devote most of its attention to the subject Discussions were taken up where theywere left off yesterday and V some announcement of a fully ma tured policy is expected to be made during todays session Wall For Bolshevism Principles of action have been de cided upon in the malnand yirtual ly all that remains is agreement to writing afsent to it by the delegates There Red Propaganda Tried on Ally Russian Troops By the Associated Press Stockholm Tuesday Jan Maxim Livinoff former Bolshevist ambassador in London in a state ment to Dhe Associated Press today admitted that Bolshevist propagan da had been carried on in Germany but denied any such activity in neu tral or entente countries Thistalk of propagandais rath er fantastic and does not conform to facts he said While I represent ed the Russian government in Eng neither I nor any of my staff engaged in any illegal propaganda The same applies to Bolshevist dip lomats in Scandinavia Now when the entente nations are waging war on Russia in Rus sian territory we feel justified in engaging in propaganda work among the allied troops Any gov ernment in our place would do the same With the end of hostilities and the withdrawal of these troops therewill be neither opportunity nor desireon our part to make for eign troops or citizens the objects of our propaganda LLOBBYIS EFRCTHL nioirs BELIEF Kenyon Hints Packers Man Was Lavish Entertainer When Legislators Met Loaned j to Farmers by U 5 They Pay Promptly BILL BAILEY ATTORNEY FOR WITNESS PROTESTS By the Associated Press Washington D C Jan der the farm loan system 020000 had been lent to G7SS2 farmers up to January 1 the fed eral farm loan board reported to day This included loans to 3525 farmers in Decem ber To show that borrowers under the system meet their obligations promptly the board reported that of the due up to Janu ary i from borrowers for interest or payments of principal only 000 or lS per cent had not been rrDMAnio orMAHUlMP flCT paid and only of this GERMANS REMAINING btl sum was more than 90 days over due Says Most of Influencing in Washington Is Done Way Ascribed to Logan BARMEN IN REDS HANDS SOLDIERS ARMS ARE TAKEN iDOUBT ABOUT By the Associated Press Washington D C Jan amination of Thomas F Logan Washington representative of Swift Coand other corporations re garding his social relations with congressmen and executive officials continued today before the senate agriculture committee considering legislation to regulate the meat in dustry Logan said Hurley of the shipping board Secretary Tumulty Federal Commissioner Davis and members of the house and senate attended a large ball given by him at the hotel in which he lived You were a lavish entertainer of members of congress asked Senator Kenyon of Iowa Calls Question Unfair j The witness objected to this quesj tion as unfair Holdup of People For Shoes Is Common Sight on Streets Foreigners Quit Kiev OFFERS TO ENTER ARMY Petluras Revived Propaganda For Independent Rule Is Cause of Outrages Banishment Will Probably Be Ultimate Fate of Kaiser i and Crown Prince By James MC Tnoliy Staff Correspondent of The I Copyright 1019 by the Press Publish img New York World Special Cable to The Courier LIU mm is L By the Associated Press Amsterdam Jan city of Bremen is virtually in the hands of the workingmen according to u dispatch to the Berlin Lokul An zeiger from the German seaport The workingraen have occupied the barracks the town hall the tele graph office and the banks and have posted machine guns in the market place and in public buildings The soldiers in the barracks were disarmed by the workers A general strike has been pro claimed ul Remscheid an a protest against the killing of Dr Karl Lieb Kiiocht and Rosa Luxemburg a Bar men dispatch states The factories have been closed and trailic stopped COWL LAUDED OF lUISUM Fair Just Beautiful Tribute to Dead by Secretary Lane in Letter By tho Associated Press Warsaw Monday Jan Ukrainian peasants are hiding grain from the Bolshevists by burying it in pits It is reported that large numbers of Germans remain in Kiev and other Ukrainian towns with no tention of leaving and it is report ed they have been offered large sums to fight in Petluras army or in the ranks of the Bolshevists Aliens IjcaviiiR Capital Kiev is being deserted by all for eigners Cost of food at Kiev is almost as 7 great as at Moscow Bread being Ion a bill which already has passed sold is bad butter costs Va rubles a the senate granting an annual pen pound and eggs three rubles apiece sion of 5000 to Mrs Roosevelt House Tables Wilsons League Indorsement by Vote of 83 to 18 Seven Absent By the Associated Tress Washington D C Jan A tribute to Theodore Roosevelt by Secretary Lane was adopted by the house pensions committee yester day as a part of its favorable report T Pans Jan next plenary clothing is so scarce that it is a Secretary Lane wrote the commit meeting of the peace conference is common steh assen common s no indication at the opening of FollOWS Crime WaV6 a soclal lobby IS expected for several days when th ir on lhe street to which one of unuiio effective as a mone lobby on the leaue of nations uestion will luv rv as t i nf todays meeting as to which one ol the three proposals already consid ered had been accepted or whether a new plan had been worked out The policy of building a wall around Bolshevism by encouraging lawful government is being spoken of as being foremost among the pos sibilities Consideration or the Pol ish problem may have added an ele ment which maychange thelineol from its orjgjnallycontem That Included Murder of Sheriff Jacob Wiggers Rock Island III Jan Eugene Patterson Ixmis Bat teoian both colored and Earl Frazier honor mun from penal institutions and as effective as a money lobby on j the league of nations question will legislation rRnliprl Senalor Kenihp Kiibmilteri jyon anr replied Senator Kenj be submitted those escaping last night were today Of the 17 Still at large all but three are honor men and your guests were put ting theirfeet under a table fur nished by packers money Lord Robert Cecil is understood to have a series of resolutions pre pared forming the basis of the obbed Many German officers have been stripped stark naked by bands of street prowlers Fugitives who are able to get toVthatcongrofis had set precedents by granting pensions to the widows Volk Tyler Lincoln Former Senator Bailey of Texas league but probably it will be found i trains for Odessa are in danger of who appearedtoday as Mr Logans j that America and France will subj being robbed by bands which are counsel interrxvpted to say Most mit resolutions with a similar ob4 holding up trains If they leave to of thelobbying done in Washingi ject Then all three setswill be rei HIRV havp tn waltoart ton is thru the social lobby andferredto a strong commission of the Logan ficials or congressmen He insistj in meantime most of the I3y the Associated PicssO Rock Island 111 Jan 22 ed that only alleged efforts to proismaiier powers like the big ones mote or defeatlegislation could be j have already prepared in advance subjected to scrutiny By If packers man dined mem sponsibility for the war the eco shooting1 John Sexton a turnkey bers of congress couldnt that berime losses incurred and the m and overpowering two guards bei investigated asked Senator Kenjdemmty suggested These also will ibe referred to the commission for memoranda on the subject of re1 the evacuation of Ukraine by the Germans Petlura revived his prop aganda with a result of many al leged outrages thruout the country plated form While the peace congress isget ting into action the of President Wilson naming a fifth delegate to act on theAmerican mislion when he himself departs for home has again arisen and the names of Wm H Taft and Elihu Root have been mentioned Mr tween 20 and 25 prisoners escaped yon j be reterrea to tne commis sonsdecision as to the appointment the county lagt nignL NO replied Mr Bajley not investigation and report of another delegate depends wnoayjFourteen Of the men who escaped j unless he tried to influencethe Trial of the kaiser is understood upon whether he will consider convjcts from the Joliet penicongressmens judgment to be recommended by all the pow cessary to return to Europe untn recently have Norris Sees Propriety ers big and little but there is likely the adjournment of Jtbe paroled and working at the Senator Norris of to be a difference of opinionrespect aoso United States arsenal here it was proper for the ini ing the character of the punishment were taken in custody several days I QUjry to extend into any relationsito bemeted out tohim if he is ago for violating the provisions packers agents affecting any guilty Belgium and France their parole or government official favor the death penalty Attempt Made Before Mr Bailey replied that executive for him and for the crown prince The jail delivery followed an unj officials could be reached only thru j hut bwMshmcnyo prisoners to escape three weeks ago j ferred to testimony regarding wl11 be the ultlmatc So far the president has not been the culmination of a wave of j Hurley able to determine whether to rejcrinie which has swept the city and j is it all right to question Mr Duel in I respect turn tothe peace congress because jvicinityfor six weeks Six hundred Logan about his affairs with The controversy over press rights sufficient headway has not beeniparoled convicts from tbe Joliet iretaryTumulty askedSenator in relation to the peaceconference made to indicate what may be hopj penitentiary had been employed Jnjjorrfa iseems likely to result in a duel be edfor inthe approximately 20 Island manufacturing plants While T take the stand that thetween two of our irascible French before his ship sails He has expressuntil the murder of Sheriff Jacobinj should be limited Mr i confreres M SaintBrice a distin ed the hope that itwould notbe Wiggers by automobile bandits Bn Mr isiguished writer onLe Journal bit for him to make another i nearly two months agol when a ma Ht Hf rnnfprnine anvUerly complains that in LHumanite vnvaEra across the Atlantic At of theconvicts were returned anvhodv rni fervice and La Verite two Socialist organs has toldito cfison ln the seruceithe action of one of the French dele j gates at the press conference was i grossly misrepresented by asserting ward Koyel they have to walk part of the way t Outwges Are Numerous the peasant leader is a Bolsheyist but one who wishes to rule independent of Moscow With the end of the war the return of inany soldiers from the front and LliC VlrUJ congress in March There is lutelv no question that he feels he must return to America in time to sign bills that were passed at Wash ington He has no thought of sign ing them here on the theory that the embassy is American territory Return Trip a Problem same time he hastold toprison his colleagues he considers Among the criminals who es nf thP eovernmpnt Ol tlle government tnp business of the peace congress caped from jail last night is Arthur ine UUBiiic vi Via olioo TnTin THllQwrtrHi rnn most important as concerns his country and the world he would not hesitate to return if bis presence is necessary to the success of his plan for a league of nations Until he has decided whether or not he Trill return there Js no way Milleralias John Ellsworth con GOPHER SOLOXS BACK SUFFS thatbe was in favor of secrecy fessed murderer ofJacob Schaul a Rock Island business man By the Associated Press SaintBrice after vindicating him St Paul Minn Jan self adds significantly The prisoners managed to escapeMinnesota house of representatives 150000 Likely to Throw Down Picks in Yorkshire Scots Prepare For Like Act London Jan un rest thruout the United Kingdom is on the increase In addition to the threat of a railway strike the whole Yorkshire coal field probably wil irant Garileld and Tribute Praised Dos MoiiiCs Jan liousc of rcprcscuUUjives today refused to endorsea1 resolution approving President Wilsons Icimiit ot nations plan it by a vote of to 18 with seven members absent s The committee unanimously vot ng a favorable report found that the secretarys letter constituted one of the most beautiful fair and just tributes to Mr Roosevelts life and jollows The that Theodore Roosevelts personality has made upon the world does not needem phasis Whatever his1 Tame as a statesman ifcan never outrun his fame as a wan However widely men may differ from hinv in mat ters of national policy this thing men in their hearts would all wish that their sons might have within them the spirit the win the strength the manliness the Amer icanism of Roosevelt He was made of that rugged and heroic stuff with which legends delight to play See HooseVclt Legend The idylls and sagas and Iliads have been woven about men of his mold We may surely expect to see developed Roosevelt legends a body of tales that will exalt the physical power and endurance of tne man and the boldness of his spirit his robust capacity for blunt speech and his hearty comradeship his live interests in all things will make our boys for the long future proud that they are of his race and his country And no surer fame than this can come to any live in the hearts of the boys of his land asone whose do ings and sayings they wouldwish to make their AiRentina Honors Memory Buenos Aires Tuesday Jan 21 In honor of the memory of Theo dore Roosevelt the Argentine chamber of deputies adjourned to day Des Moines Jan of the 46 senate committees as an nounced today by Lieut Gov E R Moore follow Ways and means Kimball ju diciary No 1 Wilson judiciary No 2 Proudfoot appropriations Foskett agriculture Coburn high ways Balkema educational insti tutions Fellows railroads Has kcll public utilities Thompson Would Settle Before League Is Determined Fearing Equal of French Revolution BRITISH ASK BOLSHEVIK EVIDENCE FOR CONGRESS Fear Red Russia May Be Made to Depend Commercially Wholly on Germany Paris Jan premo council of flie peace con ference thismomJng consider ed the Polish question and cided to send a mission to Po land This announcement made in the official statement of the proceedings of the con ference A proposal from President Wilson regarding the Russian question will be diseased this afternoon the statement ad ded After the morning ses sion President Wilson went to the headquarters of the Amer can peace mission to confer with the delegates to 7 p m he will re ceive and students and various members of French Academy representing the Sorbonuo and other French educational institutions By the Associated Tress Paris Jan 22 Wil ivuJ1 i ACHJQ 011 JT i colUCli t 11 election1 Whitmore board of Lloyd George the trolHale public schools premier are Jn complete ry banks Foster citiesand towns Parker insurance Frailey county and township affairs Edwards fish and gaind Adams dairies and food Evans labor Pitt mines and min ing Price public health Ball suppression of lor telegraph and telephone Van Alstlne constitutional amendments ICingland Holdoegel military atfairs Rule public build ings printing Le Compte claims Smith pharmacy Broxam public lands Meredith horticulture arid forestry Mitchell land titles Reed public library Scott congressional judicial and representative districts1 Nelson commerce and trade Stoddard penitentiaries and pardons Shane corporations Brookhart charitable iuumcouLo uuuoe ui i Im not one of those whocon1 he idle tomorrow throwing 150000 m fromtheir cells and were creeping today a resolution indorsing as sufficient reparation the exi men out of employment while AT toward the jail floor when the Uati0nal suffrage by constitutional i posure of the defamer and I reparations are being made in towarame jan uational suflrage by constitutional i posure of the defamer and I re guards discovered them and a bati amendment and passecl a to myself the right of further fiirn ITPV ivnc slint T c ii The turnkey was shot 1 proide for state surage of forecastmg the appointment ef and the two arcls beaten and amendment The leate JI j Baker or possibly Admiral W quarters of Sheriff John Mil Benson might be named The possij d swarming thru the dining bility of Admiral Benson being made lel a delegate depends upon whether or not it is decided that the American navy should be represented ler and swarming thru the dining room wentto an unbarred window raising it and climbed out into the i darkness and escaped TA ll fBy the Associated Press Washington D C Jan 1 i The wounds of John Sexton on amusement admissions will action This is taken to mean a chal lenge to a duel The American cor respondents are determined to at tend this event if it comes off as after allit would be an offshoot of the peace conference to which the publicity rule would not apply It is quite probable that President turnkey are said not to be serious pot increased by the war enue j Wilson will take back with him as According to reports received by bill The conferees agreed today to jMJ iiiinv American soldiers as his ship j Sheriff Miller shortly after midnight rescind their previous decision to 111 Vhp neorge Washington can accomthe escaped prisoners had stolen crease the rate from 10 to 20 per modate On one of her voyages she three automobiles after a fight and cent carried 7 600 men Fully realizing j started for Chicago An unverified the desire ofAmerican troops to be report stated that seven o the con a hor dis te esre o Bneedilv returned to their homes and ricts had been captured a short dis also the shortage of tonnage to tance east of here transport them it is said the pres ident wants every available bit of space used for returning troops Would Increase Transports Of course the general scheme of returning the troops to America was bound up with the work of the peace congress and the progress it makes toward restoring Europe to a postwar basis but meanwhile un der the presidents direction E Jv Hurley chairman of the shipping board is constantly at work on plans to enlarge transport facilities With the coming warm weather it may be expected that plans will be carried out which will utilize all available ships to their fullest cap acity MADRID STRIKE THREATENED By the Associated Press Madrid Tuesday Jan Threat of a general strike was made by the committee of the Cen tral Labor union todayifthe de mands which it presented to the demands include one mum eighthour day and another for the establishment of minimum wages corresponding to the cost of living Chicaso Throws Out Guards Chicago Jan squads of Chicago detectives armed with rifles are today patrolling road ways along which 25 prisoners whoj escaped from the Rock Island 111 jail last night are expected to come in their flight toward this city The men mostly Joliet convicts had been paroled to work in the govern ment arsenal Sheriff Miller of Rock Island county says the band includes murderers holdup men and burglars No More Germans in Pacific Creed Copyright 1919 by the Press Publish ing New York World Special Cable to The Courier Plymouth England Jan Prime Minister Massey of New Zea land on his way to the peace con ference landed here with Sir Jos eph Ward his minister of finance government were not accepted The eph Ward ins minister 01 nance lemands include one for a miniand communica ions from the crns Holiday Nutmargarlne The brand that equals Butter advertisement er Ophir having come by way of Panama To the correspondent Premier Massey said Never asain No more Germans in the Pacific is New Zealands at titude concerning Germanys form er possessions in Australasia On this wo arc as strong as ever Women Fell Hard for Black Pastor Sartorially Swell Chicago Jan Rev Charles A Jackson a negro was too popular with the wom en of his congregation at Cen tralia 111 so Mrs Elizabeth Jackson induced him to come to Chicago a year ago according to her testimony before Judge William N Gemmill in the court of domestic relations yesterday Judge he was a regular Beau Brummel Mrs Jackson said He always dressed in the heifht of style and the worn en fell for him hard And then lhe wife added that a year in Chicago away from his congregation did not cure him One day she said whilw the minister was asleep she took mi incriminating from his pocket Soon after she testified Jackson abandon ed his ministerial ambitions to take n job as porter JpcVpoi a picture of snrtor ial to court by rn officer and was ordered to pay his wife S10 n week After Shooting Her Rich Eccentric Mate parations land for a general strike for a 40 hour week The cause of the trouble in York shire is somewhat similar to that which is occurring in other parts of the country The there men CONGRESS HINTS DEB ATE ON RUSS By the Associated Press Jan the su departmental conservation affairs Ratcliff agreement as regards the Russian Paris editionof the London Daily Mail I They regaid a Settlement of the Russianquestion as absolutely nee preliminary to the forma tion of a league of nations the newspaper declares and are anx ions to secure the evidence of ac 1 credited Bolshevik representatives as to thestatus of Russian affairs French Would Bar Bolsheviki J vFrench opinion continues the newspapeis is not at present in v favor of even this admission of the Bolshevik regime but the English proposal is that the Bolshevik gov ernmentshould be invited to send representatives to give evidence i theEiiglish suggestion being that I institutions Rainbow manufacrepresentatives of Russia should he tures Kimberly motor White enrolled bills Schaffter en grossed bills Buser rules Cessna and entrenchment and reform Kim ball For Education Portfolio The house passed a resolution invited to come to Paris and tell the conference exactly what terri torial powers they claim It there by an agreement can be reached as to territoral delimitations the different Russian governments can be Jeflned and requested to con recommending that congress create flue their claims and ambitions to a portfolio of education in the presisuch territories and cease attempt dents cabinet Representative Mng to extend them by armed Weaver of Polk county introduced Iforce the resolution House leaders believe the league j of nations resolution is killed so Lloyd George Fears Revolt Unless this is done Mr Lloyd far as the lower chamber of the legGeorge feais a paralell with the islature is concerned as it takes a j French revolution w hen an attempt twothirds vote to raise a interference by external powers from the table The senate has not acted on the resolution Representative Nebiker of Des Moines county presented the resolu led to the creation of a great na tional army Such an event might occur in Russia if allied armed in tervention were pursued The tion and Representative Hauge of jshevik army might be remvigorat Polk moved it be tabled The ed and constitute a serious and lowing Republicans joined with the Democrats present in voting against Wallace Why Monument Stay have locked out some 40000 men preme council of the peace confer who insisted on taking 20 minutes t thjs ra0rning there were who insisted on lawng IU1 ence met this mornm off the employers time for meals in addition to replv to the lockout the Yorkshire f the C0uncil M Miners association has declared strike for tomorrow j tne all the mem Marshal Foch commanderinchief Gen jWeygand his chief of staff and The dispute in London between Rear Admiral Hope deputy first sea the engineers and their employers of tbe British admiralty board has improved somewhat Some of jt was assumed from the presence the employers have granted the deof these military ynd naval officers mands of the engineering trade but that the Russian situation on the ju the senate the most mpor tant action today was the introduc tion by Senator Bale of Jefferson of a resolution inquiring why the exec utive council had not moved the j Allison monument as directed by the legislature two years ago continued menace to the peace of Europe i French opinion on the other hand seems inclined to support the j Poles who state that they are pre pared to raise an army and to limit of not crush Bolshevism if assisted with munitions and officers Reds For Agrarian Russia f The Bolshevist attitude as far jas it can be understood at present is this They do not desire to be i By the Associated Press Mineola N Y Jan i Nassau county grand jury failed yesterday to indict Mrs Marie j iAgustine Lebaudy who shot and i l killed her millionaire husband the eccentric Jacques Lebaudy at their home in Westbury early this month Mrs Lebaudy who declared that she slew her husband because he i had threatened the happiness of their 13yearold daughter queline was released from the county jail and went home the electrical workers are now threatening to strike Livestock Men Hold Session to Listen to Secretary Houston z Baltic and on the land front was discussed The council continued the formu lation of its concrete proposal on the Russian situation which it was announced yesterday it was hoped would be completed today a short time Bv the Associated Press nf Denver Colo Jan OT KCllU OCld in Siberia Divided Foe Liner Allotment for Bringing Yanks Is Near Completion By the Associated Press Washington D C Jan 22 Ne 7h0rf session was to be held jSn 0der that committees ime for work two of as a discharge ecree was signed important addresses on the by Supreme Court Justice Aspinall j mos impo i twentysecond an She was committed only a few days convention of the American onyenu ago her arraignment earlier hav ins been impossible because of iH convention onyenu association in lere were to be delivered lere mess resulting from the shock of the 4 of Agriculture David F encounter with Lebaudy i enator John B Ken i encounter j UNION TSAPS LTX3YD GEORGE London Tuesday Jan vere criticism of the apathy shown by Premier Lloyd George and the i government toward raijway em nloyes was heard at a conference of j elegates of the National Union of ment and the livestock industry and Railway Men today These delegatesSenator Kendrtck was to explain i represent nearly 200000 workers I legislation behind the industry i Houston and Senator John B Ken drick of Wyoming were to be the principal speakers and the legisla tures of Colorado and Wyoming are expected to attend the convention to listen to their addresses Secretary Houstonwas to speak relations between his depart on and are here for a discussion of thej question of working hours as well i as other grievances Smoke Diaiiiona Joe Cigars to the last puff advertisement Goodi SENATOR OLIVER DIES Ty the Associated Press Pittsburph Pa Jan 22 Form United States Senator George T Oliver died at his home here this morning after a lingering illness Among Ally Quartet By the Associated Press Vladivostok via Tuesday Jan agreement for the control of the TransSiber ian railway gives the Americans control of the line from Porgran ichana to Omsk a distance of 3000 miles The British will have charge of the line from Omsk to the fight ing front the French will control the Khabarovsk line and the Japan ese the line from Blagovieslchensk to Chita Cars and engines are being sup plied from the United States Great workshops are being opened in Vladivostok and every effort is to be made to speed up operations Harvester nnJd Havana Cigars advertisement gotiations for the allotment of idle German and Austrian liners to the United States to aid in the move ment homeward of the American forces in France are nearing com pletion Secretary Daniels said to day that orders had been issued further delaying demobilization of navy until it was learned how many men must be supplied for thenew transport service It has been es timated that the 20 or more Ger man and Austrian liners including the Imperator sister ship of the Leviathan will have a transport ca pacity for 70000 men a month The Courier should be deliv ered at your home before oclock If thru error of the carrier boy or othercause you fail to receive your paper by that time please Phone 8880 and a copy of the paper will be sent Phone culls must reach this office before p m have been put forward yesterday by Harold Scavenius the Danish minister to Russia in the course of hisevidence befoie the supreme council of the peace The English fear that unless great care be taken Bolshevik Russia may be forced to depend cornineri daily entirely upon Germany WomenWant Place Paris Tuesday Jan re quest that women be given a place in whatever bodies may be created for putting into effect the idea of a league of nations is made in a resolution presented to the peace conference by an organization of French women under the presi dency of Madame Juliate Adam This resolution accompanied that passed by the organization in which the demand was made that those responsible for atrocities during the war be punished as criminals so as to prevent the recurrence of barbarities League Advocates to Meet Paris Jan associations advocating the formation of a league of nations wll get into touch each other next TrceTi Leon Bourgeois head of the French organization Viscount Bryce ol and Oscar S Straus ON PAGE I X El Verso Havana Cigar 2fer llfc   

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