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Wichita Daily Times (Newspaper) - May 5, 1921, Wichita Falls, Texas THE WEATHER Hut THMI Tonlckt mft Frldii. imrtlr rloudri Frlda) IB (outknnt portion. HOME EDITION VOLUME XIV. PRICE NO MORE WICHIT FALLS, TEXAS. THURSDAY. 3. 1921. KOUKl'tEN f'AGbs' MM HER 356 AN ULTIMATUM HAS" PLEBISCITE BEEN DELIVERED TO GERMAN OFFICIALS LIITLE HOPE 111 Ml ied ultimatum handed i.prman in London demands (u I jLif-ptame of terms I Himalum expires J- P' n dHks t" IPBIII tmmediatih t'l r. Rfur iiKMide liiMitu n of Uu) r It> ind Ml ltd cd in lit rim at no' n I n f r n t f Ruhr pntfMdinR untie Germain ers w or Supreme council anfl Italian members ing for I at REMOVED BY GOVERNMENT FOt LOWING OUTBREAK OF DISORDERS. ARMED INSURGENTS ARE SAID TO NUMBER __ I Large Section of Country Occupied aal Result of Recent Drive in i Upper Silesia Cnntinucd on tar f( b I1 Hauir. rauMge 'f ludRt-t bill to le lv further fmitultra uon of anm ari'ropriat ion bill Sciff (f AKfuulturr hit rn Immigration tnmnmur nmnurs i c raiion of naturaluatl' n I ill Mi rrhant marine i omniif tf n tinues ht-ariHB on Srr tt a t ill and Mil mm t'p toumiif nf fnintig ptrnnn t nl tariff rstalr n mtiiprt p i ommlKi f considers lighthouse c ommit-si n MAY BEGIN WORK ON IRRIGATION SYSTEM WITHIN SIXTY DAYS SAYS WORKING AGREEMENTS MUST COME FIRST TO FORM A BASIS CUT WOULD MEAN CHAOS iN TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY Negotutloni Are Now in Progrcii on Schedule of Agreements as Recently Provided BERLIN May o K< I !h j i iivh tommislsoni r in I I mit r Sitt-siH lin MIS ipmov 1 AS ASHI V.TON' Mav nta lives
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