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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 December 1915

- o IMreEA. WEB y BESSIE'S LESSON. Bessie Carrol was a good little girl most of the time, but she bad every reason to be, for her father and moth- er save her everything she could wish (or, and as she was never really bad they seldom had to cross her. But her mother discovered that when she could not do just as she wished she looked very sober and •ulked. Her mother, of course, loved her ▼ery dearly, and she wanted everyone to love her little girl, so she made up her mind that when the opportunity presented Itself she would teach Bes- sie a lesson that she would under- stand and bring before her, if possi- ble, the fact that to have her own way was not always best for her hap- piness. Bessie had very pretty dresses and hats, and one day in the early spring ahe wanted to wear a new hat and car- ry a #ew parasol which had been sent home the day before. "1 am sure it will rain before you re- turn from Sunday school," her mother said; "you had better wear your other hat Bnd wait until t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 22 December 1915

f'V. ' "lr, *'!'.%v'.-■• *• ';■" , 'Itj Conway Items Schoi has dismissed until after Christmas. La Grippe is still holding sway in this community. It has been no reapector of persons but has treated all families alike. Threshers are suspending bus iness until after Christmas. Miss Ela Christian and Miss Dollie Branson have gone home to spend the holidays. Mrs. Lee Rodgers of Giles, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Cummins. Mrs. Sloan of Oklahoma, is visiting her children, Grow Sloan and Messrs, Cleave Wil- liams and Jesse Dye. Mr. and Mrs. Kerrick went to Amarillo, Monday. The Patron-Teachers Institute was postponed indefinitely on account of sickress in the school and community. Jack Harper has gone east to spend the holidays with home- folks. Mrs. Kitzler was a Claude visitor this week. Eugene Jones ane family mov- ed to their home in town this weed. We are sorry to loose them but wish them success W. L. Logan was a Lark visitor Tuesday. . Lula Calliham and Eva Robin- s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 December 1915

V V \ ■'¥v/v KPr? ■, ,r ~st ±issrrs m§ "■ • 3 ^ 11 ^ mMM R*9ft£a9 VOL. XIV. 'cT.AX.7pK, AH\fSTKOX(r (JOl'NTV, TJjXAS, ! JKCiC.M.HKI i *J1. HH?.. N'O. ]•- Grain Shi pin' its from July 1st, 1915, to December 1, 1915: Claude—Wheat 234 cars, Oats 106 cars, Rye 23 cars, Maize 28 car Goodnight—Wheat 73 cars, Oats 15c ars; Maize and Kaffir 51 cars; other shipments. SDCCESSSUL CATilE J. FEEDING . I). W09DBURN f WPROVi PROGRAM KILLING OFF THE FOR SlicSltr 1 i AN ClAUDIA PliAiRIE ISO! iiaSSON ,Viis iN Washington, D. Li "ports received by the United Htates Department cf Agricultural in- dicate that a significant; change is tliking place in the .management of cattle in what in commonly known as the Panhandle of 1 exas For years this has been one of the chief cattle-raising c actions of the country. The rancl In the regular column for purpose in iliiJ i;- 'uu of the h' * you will find the uonoune Vr,■ • tii of .1. I). Woo^burn for a >n« term as Sheriff of Am: Inni" County. Mr. Wood burn lias ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 December 1915

Ul&iVtt&tw. ' Kdivw. *3 d at the putoflteo at Claude. .... i, m Mopod-dMi mttar. •" *; ■■>"!■ ■ —-—;—: 11.00 ptr Annan in, Adv.oct 3 w K? St 4, •,'w- |P'ADVERTISING RATES £{'■"■ 'Xv:*: \v*r.K jvn. i, km! I. ' U« & . tf.iiB iiiio, .«!* '.VOI'.H to the U >'- Display on front pug" 2<)c per oolumn inch, special locution 25c a col- umn iooh. Elsewhere in paper 12 l-2c p*r eolUWD inch—tales on large spae.0 Special location lBe a column Inch. Obituaries—First hundred words free, additional words lc a word. Cards o Thanks, ft edits a line <jl six wirls. Gmieval cftuivli nun luneenvnts will !•" run at; reading mat tei'. special nnin>. of i.-ii ii r'li, sOfia^ and school advertising affairs at which money is to be raised will l e charged for at the regular ad- vertising and local rates. All bills pay- able on presentation. Announcements For Tax Assessoi: J. F. SEWICLL. W. T. McLARE\T J For County and Distaict Clerk. F. A. (Coon) Iiooil. E. C. Cayton For Public Weiph...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 December 1915

Eftmm I ■ MM 7 ;.„v ■#-m, ,i im.i,. ■ ; - "I '■ 1 V-: 'll^'ll I i'i^/.i At I inlll f.i. II Mil fi | |l .. ~—*—_— yfWi, '!?.$■% s •'■ . #r|r.; ■ipf-ti Road Noticc Notice! You hatfn given its your trade and wo appreactyte it.. If we have extended you credit \vm wern tried to do bo. 11 is it be-'ri mi (irv'iiino datiun to yoe.' V , • \ \ ou reYmn the jnv«tr by payta;j yourftewi Wo n'eed the money. <' •• '. ; oj help us? II. M. Davis & Soh. THE STATE of TEJf AS I County of Armstrong ( fl Want ads are not simply advertising. Including our "reply delivery depai :ment" they afford you a valuable confidential publicity department j of your own at verv ' your ' v,il!l 'T3 nol,<"1||:" 'v'1111,02i'lh ,i:,y I ]i * | Cldlldo Lend Smalt COSt. News > f.i . 9 Much of the wonder- ful daily work of the | want ads could be accomplished in no I other way. Lodge Notice-. Claude Camp, No. 804, W. 0. W meets every third Saturday night of oneli month. Ail members urged to attend; visiting mem ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 December 1915

m v'-f pfc':' ' ' vm. MAC GRATH Scenes tn the Photo Drama of the the Thenhouter film Company (Copyright, DM, bl BaroM MaeQraUi) •VNOP8I8. Stanley Hargreave, millionaire, after a nlraculoui escape from the den of the at brilliant thieve* known aa the Hundred, Uvea the life of a recluse ' eighteen years, Hargreave accldental- Sr meets Bralne, leader of the Black Hun- red. Knowing Bralne will try to get him, Ihe escapes from his own home by a bal- loon. Before escaping he writes a letter to the girls' school where eighteen years Before he mysteriously left on the door- step his baby daughter, Florence Oray. That day Hargreave also draws 11,000.000 {from the bank, but It Is reported that Mils dropped Into the sea when the balloon lie escaped In was punctured, Florence [arrives from the girls' school. Countess jOlga, Bralne's companion, visits her and "Claims her as a relative. Two bogus de- fectives call, but their plot Is foiled by Morton, a newspaper man. After falling la their flrst ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 December 1915

mwtiMMmi mm Hi m ufl £■ jMCK t0N. DON'S SEA EX- PERIENCE IS ED WITH ALL TH^POWIRC -tfS-A/IRlLE^iNT ; SYNOPSIS. —2— Humphrey Van Weyden, critic and dilet- tante, lu thrown Into tho water by the unking of a ferryboat In a fog In Han Francisco bay, and becomes unconB<loun before help reached him. On coming to als fienses he finds himself ubourd the sealing schooner Ghost. Captain Wolf Coarsen, bound to Japan waters. CHAPTER II—Continued. Pacing back and forth the length of the hatchway, und savagely chew- ing the end of a cigar, was the man whose casual glance had rescued me from the sea. His height was prob- ably five feet ten inches, or ten and a half; but my firBt ImpreBslon. or feel of the man, was not of this, but of his strength. He was firmly planted on his legs; his feet struck the deck squarely and with surety; every move- ment of a muscle, from the heave of the shoulders to the tightening of the lips about the cigar, was decisive, and seemed to come out of a strength that ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 December 1915

I O". w . ^ tfgtottfffdlWHt Mm* P. tl. PlWnt Otto«) •JJJJJ"* rtUmS IF ' ■i® Coughs, Colds* Stomach Troubles and Catarrh Relieved. No Remedy can Compete with Peruna The Reedy-to-take \'}M# o ■ w r< K i Quern. A little Ctrl who made frequent use of the word "guest" was corrected (or it and told to say "presume" instead. A lady trlend, noticing the admirable •et ot the little girl's apron, asked •omething In regard to the pattern. "Mamma doesn't cut my dresses and my aprons by pattern," said the small lady. "She just looks at.me and pre- sumes." PROMPT RELIEF can be found in cases of Colds, Coughs, LaOrippe and Headaches by using Laxative Qulnidlne Tablets. Does not affect the head or stomach. Buy your winter's gupply now. Price 26c.—Adv. One can often dodge a coming event by observing its shadow. It advertises itself—Hanford's Bal- sam. Adv. It's absurd to worry about things you can help, or the things you can't. A lazy man wants to paddle his own canoe by proxy. Couldn't S*e an Op...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 December 1915

H V- , v„. ' . / .:;, " ■* U . t* 1 ' '.' iTwiiP THB CLAUDE NiEWS #• YEAR'S GIFT BY WM. GLYNN THOUGH It was yet afternoon the itudlo was like twilight. The reflecting colors of pictures, the red restfulness of a divan, the ■talned curtains for models, the dis- order hinting a thousand tempera- mental hours, the blotched floor, the elegance become Interesting and taw- dry, an atmosphere which suggested the lingering of moments—it all seemed apart from the day outside, from the north light peering above a half-rolled blind. The artist-occupant, sat examining some drawings. Ho was strongly built, In his early thirties, not handsome, but with eyes remarkable for their glance. His face had the brooding, sensitive quality. The drawings, Im- pressions in wash and crayon, which he went over slowly and of which there were scores, presented an art that only few have been capable of. He had caught character and life in a thousand moods and stories, had done it with that intimacy which can- not...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 31 December 1915

< - Panhandle or a Panhandle Bank Account or an Investment Panhandle Stock •w" —... _ . . The "Of cor soling' ceir Aether WELL iv - . •> vr :>?a V fi'or..") \ pit Of m;r:. "• r r. T>' r.n pnu-.! f.i ! "VI hv v.-ni -It I'is Jntttut been:! . n partner . > t a« iiquOr bu'Mnesi orisi;iat«J during the ?lvil war. In o-nr to pro""fiitn tho wr.r to freo fair million fl-irua. i ho mprr™ of t! I' >(, „ j .] i. bil! ri'if In*r ft high t.'v; (hi liquor. V. i'f'l the l it! lvd I ri>>r>Ml WisE;aiivh';'i ('Iinse, :'i'( rrl :i; y el' he I --asery. bro>n,';:. il, to Vr.-i.Hfnt Litr'olit for Mrs ■ r. . "f h:i :a!d V". f.in<-.i would r:rfhi r lvive j ny rieht arm taken (>T ' ■hat 1'i'l, lllit ! 'I ' H I II !!: t. Vou siy it i^ t: vi JV!, j , til. %J. I./. Services: ' Preaching; Sunday, 11:00 a. and 7:00 p. in. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Senior League, 3:30 p. in. Junior league, 4:00 p. in. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7:30 p. ni. 1'IPST yACJ lSTCHURC!) J. Jv. J licks; Pas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 January 1916

Wm< ■ f 4f>+* ,'- - ww&fb* WmmM I I I .M. .A A j ■• - .■ :r -ti' • :...- *%£■ V- ' ; 4 '"■■ '•}. •aj . o"„v 'dm W$ PHa v f ■' -IfS§3/ £%g$a im ■■■■Hii.illn ■ 1 wmk 1 y,'. ■•>4 FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY CLM'ilE, AlWsTBOXft (XII'N'TV. TEXAS .lANI'AHV 7. I'.(Hi. AN ENJOYABLE TIME A number of fr-it-ndtJ anj re! - tivo3 gathered at the home of Mr COY BADLY HURf Cecil Gist, the nine-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs, R -bert Cist. and Mrs. Edgaf Sp-vilman Satur- while driving lwm« from the day. January 1st, to attend the Fairview New Year's dinner given Iiy Mr. and Mrs. Speilman. Anions th> - present were Mr. and Mrs. 3. 0. Cleland, Mr. and Mrs. Gro-'er Ingram, and children, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gober and Baby, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob ochmidt, Mr. and Mrs. ("buries Keeter, Arthur cam;iit his right lej, in the I nggy wheel and broke it l>efv>t'on i!i> ankle and knee arid l wei-ii tie- knee and hip. The'little fellow is resting fairly well thi.; riv'nj morning. [vlAHRI£D ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 January 1916

Ay HAROLD MAC GRATH Illustrated from Scenes In tftm Photo Drama of the Same Name <tr the Thanhouser Film Company (Cop/right, 1814. k7 Harold llaoQialb) SYNOPSIS. Stanley Hargreave, millionaire, after a miraculous escape from the den of the rang: of brilliant thievea known as the Black Hundred, llve« the life of a recluau for eighteen years. Hargreave accidental- ly meats Bralne, leader of the Black Hun- dred. Knowing Braine will try to get him. he escapes from his own home by a bal- loon. Before escaping ho writes a letter to the girls' school wh ve eighteen years before he mysteriously left on the door- step hia baby daughter, Florence Gray. That day Hargreave also draws $1,000,000 from the bank, but it is reported that this dropped into the sea when the balloon ha escaped in was punctured, Florence arrlvea from the girls' school. Countess □lga, Br&ine's companion, visits her and claims her as a relative. Two bogus de- tectives call, but their plot is foiled by Norton, a new...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 January 1916

rafSfy-ff mmm DBNEWS HE C l> i r1i ii - g m * dressing town: oa tbe M-ptllowM window coucb and delivering blmaelf of oracular and pewlmlttlo epigrama. And all tbe while, rolling, plunging, climbing tbe moving mountain* and (ailing and wallowing In the foamtng valleys, tbe schooner Obost was light- ing ber way farther and farther Into tbe heart of tbe Pacific—and 1 was on ber m- m I THIS TALE JACK LON THOROUGH VENTILATION OF CORN CRIB DON'S SEA EX- PERIENCE IS ED WITH ALL CHAPTER V. cHIS-VIRlLE_EENr ACK'CONDON JACK LOMPOry SYNOPSIS. Ji .Humphrey Van Weyden. critic and dilet- tante. Is thrown into the water by the ■Inking of a ferryboat In a fog In Han Kranclsco bay. and becomes unconscious before help reaches him. On coming to his senses he finds himself aboard the sealing schooner Ohost. Captain Wolf I .amen, bound to Japan waters, witnesses (he death of the first mate and hears the captain curse the dead man lor presuming to die at 'he beginning of the voyage. The captain refuse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 January 1916

tjjELpgftl3 I Rwry . at Ola<l4e. f"' matitin K. Bisnw. tMli'v. iv'C.1 :.'" 1 K jte H j^mwrd M the yostoflico at Cl ude« XMM U NOMt'OlUI lUltMi! 11.00 per Anaum in Advs—e UNEXPECTED ;1 ii :et V s By LOUISE OUVKIt. Tk* ADVERTISING RAT5S^ F.FFKCTtVR ATTT.R .TAX. "l! 1M1C ,'> e Mis .i i'iv, ft;* Wjrdi lu H,c linn. Display on fruut pug* ftis l'cl c<.uion inch, special location 2Sc col- umn inoli. Ki-ewherc ui f'J-tJJ1' 1- per oolnnm inch-i ate? on large space Special location l5c a column inch. Obituaries—First huudred words free, additional word* lo a wor<l. Cards o Thanks,ft '.-cut • •• wv Q.mcfal church announcements will 1 " (:-r ;i:. limit fir. Hpcoial tioMn H or t'.huieb, cki' i .im.1 iioviotil advertising iilijiii al v.hn.-li rir);i'jy is ti be rai*> d will be charged for at ilv ros'tlar ad- vertising and lo?al rnt"*. All biiW pay- able on presentation. porter disappeared aotuo- with the bug* M the truia Into the shod, end borlmer Ban •raft stopped to say a few word...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 January 1916

Want simply a fl Including our "reply delivery department" they afford you a valuable confidential publicity department of your own at very small cost. Much of the wonder- ful daily work of the want ads could be accomplished in no other way. Notice! You ha^o given us your trade and we appreaciate it. If we have extended you credit wo were clad to do ho. Has it been nn accomo- dation to you* Won't you return tlie ittvor by paying your account. We need the money, ''i h'i " o'l help ill:? Road Notice THE BTATB of TEXAS County of'Armstrong i II. M. I avi) & Ron. The Dallas Semi Weekly Farm News and Claude New* one each, $1 List your Intidu with 11 Claude Land Company. News office. We the undersigned Jury of Free- holders, citizens of said Armstonff Coun- ty, T«x,is, duly appointed hy the Com- mi«Hionerfl' Ccuiit o? Armstrong County, Texas, at its December Term, 1910, 10 j view and e tabli h a First Class Road | from the southeast corner of Section ! No. lis, Block H-.'-l, to the roa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 January 1916

'kr. mwBwmtsgm HSfe- v, yfflK BME ::WWTT H^BaiMi W£> MEM. no Wheat Yields Reports Extraor- dinarily Heavy. When one hears of Individual wheat fields of thirty-five to forty bushels per acre, there Is considerable incre- dulity, hue when yields, in whole town- skips extending into districts covering three and tour and Ave hundred square miles in area, of upwards of fifty and some as high as sixty-five bushels per acre are reported, one is led to put bis ear to the ground to listen for fur- ther rumblings. The writer having heard of these wonderful yields made a trip through the provinces of Mani- toba. Saskatchewan and Alberta, to ascertain first hand their truthfulness It was remarkable to discover that Dame Rumor wag no rumorer after all, that modesty was her mantle, that all that had been said of these yields was true, and that yields of over sev- enty bushels per acre were told of. These were so high that the truthful- ness of the story was doubtful and rery little was said of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 January 1916

| VlP ' * ' I . : THE C L A U D fc NEWS • - 'T y®fls GERMAN SCOUTING PARTY IN THE CHAMPAGNE fc* I I /.w«..... • • Miwaato •"•• VStWM* Your An advance guard of the C.ermans in the Champagne making its way through a village which had been under constant shelling by the German guns. These men, moving in the van of the German army, warn the oncomiug troops of any pitfalls which the enemy may have set. TAKING ALSACE INTO FRANCE ONCE MORE Health Account Don't allow it to be "overdrawn" as a result of LOSS OP APPETITE POOR DIGESTION INACTIVE LIVER CONSTIPATED BOWELS HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters may help correct such conditions and improve your general health. COW'S MOO KILLS CHILD Baby Frightened Into Convulsions When Wandering Bovine Putt Head In Window. Investigation by Dr. H. Albert Mc- Murray, coroner of Westmoreland county, into the death of James Hen- ry Pershing, three-year-old son of I-aw- rence Pershing of Grapevllle reveuled that the child was literally frightened to death. Severa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 7 January 1916

$>#'>{&' r. r;: -■*, _,. ■ HRIeliP mmxmm 111113 mmm hmm? < :A ••' j^1^11'";■"1 ' '^'-' **■'' n * _ liR.Si^ ,-\ ■ ££• « j,M' A- =r - - i < ,4 ■■ ' 1 '" 1 -jii. Ji ■" Coal, Feed, Transfer :jiilisl'itctidn oiir SI otto. lib Wo i'ail to Please You, Let Us Know. H. M. Davis 8c Son Phone 81 - ■'' ■''. FOR SALE jfiVR-'ltooni House iu W<^t Craudo, well built, 6lioice'lo- cation. 50x145 foot lot, barn chicken house. To sell quick will offer at it bargain. ncar*v.*« i i ' May the year 1916 f*ove to you. dear reader, me, test |. you have ever seen and the worse you will ever expeiienee. ij„,::;. .... :;jjg'RKp¥^::' May the year be one of peace arid plenty to you an a you... v ... 4 'May your hearthstone be cheeffu! and amp*. iV!a>' *°"r ' v. . sorrows he swallowed up in the pleasure and the goodness j j of life, and may adversity pass on tor the heads-man ot all I undesirable things. May your neighbors Je nappy ana g | content. May your cheeriness of heart, your chantabx ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 January 1916

'ic; v;:i :':V'"^" ■'■■ '■ ,V.;v^.-":: .' "'./>■-■ '. ■ ' p ,j ■[&.. : ■• ' v.'-''-'-•'^"'; '- ./-■"' ' •".'*■• ^PPPHS|R;il '■'v'i'y v. r< i i / ) m^'y '■;/ Svipp vr:*,. vgvji-,* >r FOR CLAUDE AND ARMSTRONG COUNTY NEWS VOL. "LET THERE BE LIGHT* On January 4th,, the Claude Social and Commercial Club met in a regular business meeting. The following officers were elect- ed for the enauing year: S. C. ' Byrd.pres.; J. S. Stalling, vice- pres.; C. P. W oodburn, sec. and treas.; M. L. James, asA't. sec. and press reporter, An electric light plant was discussed with the following re- sults: A committee composed of C. O. Kight, T. O. Zinn, A. L. Randall, J. S. Stallings, and W. W. Weaver made a canvass of the town to obtain the approxi- mate number of lights that each resident would require. One hundred fifty-four residences and business houses in HOWDY DO! CLAUDE. AHMHTHONO COUNTY. TEXAS. JANUARY 14. 191< . SCHOOL NOTES NO. 1 7 Having purchased The Claude News from M. E. Bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 14 January 1916

iw HffiM PDF 15 i Conflict Develops Into a Struggle to the Death, With Dead- look on Eastern and Western Fronts—Serbia Overrun by Teutons and Bulgarians—Trying Period for the United States—General Carranza Rec- ognized as President of Mexico. «* by a wtasarin. «* ■« flag < November t. Mora M (UMOiwi wan killed, ••*er*l Americans. The Vnli made a vigorous demand on Austria to disavow the act and punish the com- mander of the submarine. On December 16 the British war of- fice announced that Qen. Sir Douglas Halg had superseded Field Marshal Sir John French as British commander In France and Flanders. THE EUROPEAN WAR The year 1915 has been so distinc- tive from a hlstorymaking viewpoint that in all the ages to come it will stand apart from those that have pre- ceded it and from those which aire to follow. During its entire length, the greater nations of the European continent have abandoned themselves to a policy of bloodshed wnich has fallen little short of delirium. To the neutra...

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