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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 December 1915

*11 •' 3 # |S - •-? -i*r f-.-*■ ;«&*- $25000.00 Stock of Ory Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Etc. to be sacrificed for cash. SALE $25000.00 Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Etc. to be sacrificed for cash. A Hercantile Movement of Remarkably Marvelous Hagnitude, Coming at a Time to be of Special Benefit to Host People A TREMENDOUS CARNIVAL of PRICE CUTTING A Money Saving Opportunity of Unusual Merit Sale Starts at Nine O'clock Thursday Morning December 2,1915 Great Days GIVING GIVING Entire Stock of Wool, Silk, and Cotton Dress Goods. •: ,_••$ I 92.00 quality L50 quality Ife quality. LOO quality ctx. 1:«— jr • - ■ ■ . & .19 98c 79c Q«n Cold weather is on us. You will need the goods and we need the money. Our | loss will be your gain. To real'^-^" «"«• m««iinnrii<n ■«' «■ Men's Sweaters Cut to needed to meet immediate obiigallons, we are throwing ou. entire stock in this sale, affording you the opportunity to make your entire Fall and Winter purchase^, sudpIvjnsrLjvounecdsflt n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 December 1915

GIVING Entire Stock of Wool, Silk, jand Cotton Dress Goods. $2.00 quality $1.69 1.19 98c 79c 38c 18c lie L50 quality *5 quality 1.00 quality 50c quality 25c quality 16c quality ——— Notions. 5c pearl buttons 5c safety pins 5c box hair pins 6 yards st ckeir braid 5c handkt-rchiefs 10c handkerchiefs 7 spools san silk 7 spools sewing thread All crochet thread 10c a spool. Staples. 10 and 12 l-2c gingham Best grade calico 10 and 12 l-2c bleached domestic Best grade Canton flannel .. . . B*3t grade canvas „ AH outing Blankets. 3c 7c 3c 6c 25c 25c 8c 4c 8c 8ic 3k 8 c $5.00 blankets 4.0u blankets 3.50 2.00 blankets 1.50 blankets 1.00 blankets . $3.98 3.15 . 2.69 - 1.38 . 1.10 73c Cold weather is on us. You wilt need the goods and we need the money. Our loss will be your gain. To realize*on our merchandise and raise the moi needed to meet immediate obligations, we are throwing ot entire stock in this .sale, affording you the opportunity to make your entire Fall and Winter purchases, supplyin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 December 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. /> CP £2$ 1 2 31 C ed I 3 c ed c u u 0> u 3 O > 0) N 3 0) u v cs bO u 3 O >> 0> D </) </) O CD CO i c* 8 i SJ «BOPU| Wfco decide to give only VMM Chriatmaa gifts oftaa bti a bunch or sur- prtMf watting for them •round the corner. "Look before you Imp," Is a uaeful thing to remember. Uaeful preaanta should be accepted la the spirit la which they are given Keep the Christmas spirit green. Whoa you get a useful present, do not taks It back and exchange It for some- thing you can use Koop It; hang on to It. Do not (Ire It away to the poor, for they hare troubles enough of their own. One of the most useful useful gifts —for some people— Is a smoking jjneket. Once we gare our old Uncle Raters one of those costly nicotine sfers. It had blue satin cuff* and a ilded collar. The coat was held to- bar not by buttonii but by gold- ild knots. The garment made a hit With Uncle Peters, but not the knots. Tot years his smoking Jacket had boon a flannel under...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 December 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. I^azaar! Bazaar! Bazaar7"l First Saturday, Dec. 4 At Center Building All kinds of ready-to-wear garments, both for young and old, fancy needle work of all kinds, bonnets, comforts, and many useful and pretty things for Christmas presents. Also a sample sale of all kinds of good things to eat, cook- ing utensils and household articles. Also cakes, pies, and delicious home made candy. The Center building will be decorated for the occasion and pretty and attractive Booths will be presided over by pretty and attractive young ladies, who will be there to attend to your wants. Come and you will be convinced that the Presbyterian ladies have been laboring very hard in order to build a Manse, and they will render you value re- ceived for every cent you spend with them. DINNER TURKEY •) THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL BAKER," - - - Publisher. ■t tha Poet Offlc. *t Albany. Ill", u Second CUu Mall lUtUr. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PKR YEAIt ADVERTISING RATKS. DiapUy ftdv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 December 1915

Pure Drugs and Medicines... Ice cream and cold drinks. Kodaks and films, toilet articles. WE GUARANTEE personal attention to PRESCRIP- TIONS. Only PUREST DRUGS used. P. Fc CASTLEBERRY 4k SON, Druggists. J ' Carala JferaottalH [Tbt N w rtquMtalta r«*dera to mail or phone In th« n«mei and plae«« of r«4ld«ne* of any TUItors as aarly In tha wack aa poaaibla. If you know of atkar personal* kjMly sand tlisi alao with tha nama of tha communicant. This will greatly aaaiat The Naaa in kaap> lag In touch with local hapoeningsand will be highly appreciated. -Editor. 1 * Buy your Christmas Presents at the Bazaar. J. W. Cude had business in Albany Tuesday. FOR SALE.-Pigs and shoats. H. Palm. My, what nice things you can get at the Presbyterian Bazaar. A good horse for sale. J. C. Renfro. Come and see the pretty booths at the Bazaar on Dec. 4th. P. J. Vickers and N. M. Mims of Lueders were in Albany Tues- day. My farm is posted Tress- passing forbidden. H. C. Hertun. No hunting allowed on any ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 December 1915

V •«<, " THB ALBANY NMWS. Fort Worth Manufacturers and Jobbers Invite Your « KEEP TEXAS MONEY IN TEXAS tl rtkt pkt&mu- v "fcfr n n w n i rT> > • ■ ) m <n m u fTTTTiT Tin i lima Hill "LIGHT CRUST" ontor from BURRUS MILL A ELE. CO. FORT WORTH BROOM & MOP FACTORY. Maiiufac'turiTN of the l ui.ou I.IHlr , M*rrlh«'.-irf llroomN unii Mopn. \\ . Iiolt" •!, hroom '"ii liiop !■ iiUf:ii'- * ir • •' euppll'x Writo for our j ri« o 1IM. Texas Anchor Fence Co. (Irn.'iTiit'iilal Kciicinir, Iron it in 1 \\ in' \\ ni'k for all pur- | MJSPS. OUR ROOFS COVER THE Best Buildings in Texas W <• t Mil (ilk*1 ' arc of ;n 1II>iHI 111 of Hoofing at any time or unywhure No .loli 'I'oo Mninll—None Too l.nrice. LYDICK ROOFING CO. KOIIT UOIITII WACO 1 FT. WORTH WELL ^ MACHINE CO. ■Vk lleadiiunrtern for Mm- IM ehlnen. Kxtr* ltepalmr IHIk Hop's Ktf. ontrnet Work a jBAjBgj® Npeelnlty. Borin'f HI CylinderH for Oun itxl steam engine* KOIIT WOHTH Hub Furniture Co, "Munufacturcra" Fl'RNITlIHK AN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 3 December 1915

kkb1 vw THE ALBANY NEWS. ALUM IN royal Baking Powder AbsolijtelyPure Avoid All Substitutes TRICKED HI t BUS British Cruiser, Masked, Sinks German Submarine. PHS5 SERVICE DEFINED A "stop" will convince you of the fact that you get your money's worth of pure food and sound sleep at the CITY HOTEL GEO. W. PATE. Proprietor THUMB PRINT IS FORGED KOR AN UI'-TO-DATE SHAVE, HAIRCUT, Shampoo or Massage (*• th«* Tonsoriul I'urlur of WILSON & DIGGS Hot and Cold Bath. AGENTS FOB Waco Steam Laundry DR. C. F. HUSKEY DENTIST In office every day except Thursday and Friday. Office phone Residence phone <" • . Carl L. Lieb Cleaning, Pressing, Altering, Hats Re- blocked. Laundry. Orders Taken for Suits. Phone 197. Indian Merchant Takaa Impraaalon and Uaea It to Fsbrlcsts Evi- dent:# of Debt. Calcutta. Ind.—-The forgery of a blind man's thumbprint ban Just been the mibject of protracted litigation In the high court of Madras. for the first time, U Is said. In legal history A merchant asked for J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 December 1915

> " w% Die §teg ; No. 27 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1915 Whole Number 1647 Saved is $1 Made. Big Doomed Sale Continues With Great Success The Doomed Sale is a record breaker. Hundreds of thrifty buyers supply their needs every day at our ^reat bargain giving sale. You can't afford to pass up this great opportunity. Thousands of dollars worth of good seasonable merchandise going below wholesale cost. This great stock must be sold in 17 days, closing Saturday night, December 18th, 1915, regardless ot price. Our loss will be your gain. Beware of imitations and don't be deceived. The place— Popular Dry Goods Co. The Store Ahead Albany, ------ Texas. is the Time to First Saturday Trade Day Well Attended. The Trades Day on the First Saturday in December was one of the most satisfactory yet en- joyed by Albany. People were here from far and near. While there was no special attraction except the Free Picture Show and the bargains offered by the mer- chants, these were sutlicient...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 December 1915

Wr ; J> THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINC, PAUL BAKER. Publisher. BMeredst tta. Pott Ofllc« at Albany. Texae. aa Haaond Claaa Mall Matter SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR aration for defense, but not the billions necessary to make us a nation prepared for conquest. The people of Dallas are going after the Democratic convention for 1916 in an energetic fashion. advertising ratks. Thpv 'ilso have the suDDort of Display advertisement*. single insertion., 16 1 ney dlSO ndVL lilt suppui L Ol par inch; ..^..>^12 1-2 ^ gouthern states. If they get it, it will be a great boon for Texas and the South. MMto pw inch for each insertion Home redur (in will b« made on advertiMmwiU thai are one- " ofa patfe or more in siae. Locale and read- w 10 rente per line for eingle ineertion. t insertion* of locale and readere. 6 par line for each insertion. FRIDAY, DEC. 10, 1915. | Albany is getting her name be- 1 do not know what I may ap- f"re tllc 8tat,!- ln M<>n,ia> 's ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 December 1915

-U' %mfr* THE ALBANY NEWS. r > Corals sP |h>n*mtals fTh«H«Wir«qu«rt«IUr««der«to mailor phon* In the mmfi and places of residence of •njr viiltora M Mrly in the week ma poMible. If you know of other personals kindly send tlMW abo with tlM name of the communicant. This will greatly assist The News in keep- ing in touch with local hapoenincsand will be highly appreciated.-Editoe.1 sugar at Murrie's. Brown sugar at Murrie's. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Gilmore were in Albany shopping Tues- day. No hunting allowed on any of my land or land that I control. dlO F. W. Alexander. J. 0. Gordon and family of Boog8burg attended the First Saturday show in Albany. Positively no hunting allowed on the W. I. Cook ranch. dl7 L. C. McKelvy, Foreman. C. W. Graham was in town Tuesday en route to Waco to attend the Masonic Grand Lodge as delegate from Albany. Buy a Jersey Cow. I still have some good Jersey cows for sale —buy while they are cheap. W. G. Webb. First mortgage loans on farm and ranch lands mad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 10 December 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. um rjr ' THE OLD RELIABLE ROYAL BAKING POWDER Abmotutofy Pure MADE FROM DREAM OF TARTAR MUFFS FOR TEUTON SOLDIERS lOWA^S LETTERS WIN GIRL SERVICE DEFINED A "stop" will convince you of the tact that you yet your money's worth of pure food and sound sleep at the CITY HOTEL GEO. W. I'AT H. Proprietor jr\lso K t'lin ;• h its r Move to Destroy Pests is Started. Col. H. L fk'ntley of Abilene, Institute Organizer for the State Department of Agriculture, met a number of our citizens Friday night and discussed pest de- struction. A committee was ap- pointed to plan for a delegation to go to Sweetwater I lee. 10 and 11 to attend a meeting for this purpose. Following is the substance of j ('ol. I'.entley's remarks: Destroy the rats, ravens, rab- bit:;, prairie dogs, Knglish sptir- rows, etc. The State Department of Ag- riculture is waging war for ex- termination of the rats, ravens, rabbits and other pests. As this requires the co-opera tion of every one, the Hon. Fred W. Davi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 December 1915

' I r Hews 1M.XXXn.No. 28 Chech Attendance last Sunday. The attendance at the various churches last Sunday morning Was counted and reported to The News aa follows: Baptist 65, Presbyterian 58, and Methodist IB. This makes a total of 189 ptople who attended church in Albany at the morning services St Sunday. The population of i town is between 1000 and W. The government census gives 1 the smaller figures, hut that was for 1910 and there are more people here now than then, i But making the comparison on the basis of 1000, 18.9 per cent of the people of Albany were in oburch on that dute. This infor- mation has been requested and therefore we are furnishing' it. An Informal Dance. The young people wort' Riven a foretaste of the Christmas fes- tives in a jolly dance on Friday evening, with Mr. and Mrs. S. Sackett as cordial hosts. The spacious dining-room of the , Sackett Hotel was prepared for dancing and prettily decorated with ferns and pink carnations, j Artistic programs were provi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 December 1915

THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINC MuTbAKCR, - • Publlthtf. ■n'.trodat the Pott Office at Albany, Texas. as Booond Clave Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTISING RATES. Display advartlaementa. single Insertion*. 16 eaata per inch; subsequent Insertions. 121-2 eaata per inch for each ineertion. 8om« reduc- tion will be made on advertisement* thet are one- third of a pajre or more in eiae. Locale and read- ing noticaa. 10 cents per line for single Insertion. ?4U)eequent ineartlone of locale and readers, ft eants per line fur each ineertion. FRIDAY, DEC. 17, 1915. Denton and Young counties voted last week to eradicate the tick. Hard on the tick, but Rood for the cattle. The Government's estimate for the cotton crop this year is 11,- •00,000. Cotton should see a still higher figure than it has en- joyed this fall. J. M. McCaskell of Austin is attending the night school of that city. He is seventy years of age. Quite a matured pupil. And yet some boys a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 December 1915

PLAYERS WHO HAVE SEEN LONG SERVICE - • ' i v v. WHITE SEEKS BATTLE SETBACK FOR BRITISH IN BAGDAD CAMPAIGN Claims First Chance to Figh; Welsh for Championship. Victory Over Snylor Most Dccis'* I b nee tntering r.ng—taster'1, Fans Are Willing lo Back Him Aga'nst English Champion. Charley White f hh Li * M oil hlH i iv • to ttuj clai'i to hi! thi* firm lioxor ti> moot i"'i idli Welsh for the lightweight ohnmp'-inHhlp over the 2<)round route when I 1 lean tllall t *V(> initial'"i of til ! Ilrst i*>und hi' knocked out illlliurn Haylo' of Indianapolis hofor <>,000 I an a i.t the Aljas A. A show lit 'Muslim. | TlilS was on'1 of White's "IIOKl it'" eislvo victories since ho cutwed tlin | ring and flumps Itlm m tl logical | mnn to combat W■ • I;• h fur he i 'lit I weight wrath Heap* nl rj'Mlt is ilii • t Ih! < 'III' a i I |><ii11111 <• i In' a ii - i ■ lor in regarded an one Of t If* In :K men 1 ol thn f 111' IH i i ■ > I. 'I'll ■ • 11111< !• ma 11 II ■ -1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 December 1915

T "2 .,' 3 ri ■','; - ■; - gjl' • v'1 ' THE ALBANY NEWS. Kitcheners Coup Revelations of An Ambassador-at-Large W>: m i : Transcribed by H. M. Egbert from the private paper* of an Englishman who for a time was an unofficial diplomat b the most secret service of the British Government. (Copyright. ISMS, by W. Q. Chapman.) I "V ■ I 'I 'l''i !■ "4"H* ■ I IT ■ ■ I !■ i ' Just how much the Turkish- J Italian war had to do with the < • great world conflict It li Impo*- ! ) slble to tay, but the author of • > this (tory declare* that Eng , ! land had a hand In that war 1 ' and her quid pro quo wai tne i , assurance that Italy would draw ' ' out of the triple alliance when • i war with Germany came, a* J | eome it muit, according to Eng ■ > 11*h statesmen. The story J I throws light on England's part 1 > In the notorious Tripoli Inva- | J alon, and is taken from the prl- • > vat* papers of an English diplo- 2 mat who, because of an Incils ' ' eretlon while he was in the dip...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 December 1915

* *'• THE ALBANY NEWS. ' flROKgj ' Rom BAKING POWDER AbsolutelyPure Contains No Alum Cut Loaf Sugar at Murrie's. Mrs. Henry Palm was in town shopping Monday. Joe Reynolds and George Con- rad autoed to Fort Worth Mon- day. R. H. Finley of Waco was in Albany as a witness in court Thursday. Buy your Christmas fruits, candies and fireworks from J. Carter King. Positively no hunting allowed on the W. I. Cook ranch. dl7 L. C. McKelvy, Foreman. locals ppramtala IThe News rtHiiu iiU it* reader* to mail or phono In t h« names nnd plan # of residence of •ny visitors an early in the wwk an poeelble. If you know of other peraonsla kindly send them also with the nam* of the communicant. This will greatly analat The Nnwi in kin-p Ing in touch with local happeningsand will b« high ly appreciated Editor.] R. M. Harris of Moran attend- ed the Commissioners' Court in Albany Monday. Maple sugar at Murrie's. Jesse Pate of Griffin attended to business in Albany Friday. Henry Green was in Albany Monday i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 17 December 1915

Jrf w ■m CON- TINUED LONGER OUR LAST The Big Doomed Sale Continues All Next Week Closing Friday Night, December 24th, 1915. Prices Cat Uwer Than Eur Before. $25,000.00 stock of merchandise sold below wholesale cost for cash. Our entire stock oi Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Bocts and Shoes must be closed out on or before the above date. Make up your list and come to our store— you will save money whether your purchases be large or small. You will need the goods and we need the mouey. Our loss will be your gain. Below we quote only a few prices of our many bargains. Men's Extra Trousers. Our regular 5.00 paYits $3*95 Our regular 4.00 pants Our regular 3.60 pants Our regular 3.00 pants Our regular 2.50 pants One lot. regular pri Doomed Sale price 3.35 2.85 2.35 1.85 One lot, regular price 2.00 to 3.00, QOp ale price vOl Extra Bargains in Ladies1 and Misses' Cloaks. All ladies' and misses' cloaks will be sold during this sale at one-half regular price. Come and see them. Ladies, Mis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 December 1915

j mrW>■ ***. \* 'j 4 «5T v • i ■ i ' -w, . BS ■a 4 *', * " K'< •-i i No. 29 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1915 =?= BOOSTER CLUB ENTERTAINS "KATY" OFFICIALS Ssmpmt Under Auspices of Masonic Order in Masonic Nail. Complimentary to New Railway Station. Wednesday Night, December 29,1915. Toast Master--Hon. Walter L. Morris. Our Guests as our Friends— Hon. S. Webb. What the "KATY" now thinks of Albany-Hon. W. A. Webb. The Development of Albany Hon. D. Diller, Mayor. The Texas Central Division now and a year ago, and what are the Pleasures of Railroad- ing—Col. J. W. Evens. What a Railroad means to the Development of our Town and County—Hon. L. H. Hill. The Young Men's Booster Club of Albany- Hon. Paul Baker. Albany's Civic Pride and At- tractiveness Judge J. A. King Albany as a Livestock and Shipping Center Hon. H.F. An- derson. "A Live Wire"—Col. W. A. (Bill) Poage. Election of Officers. Music by the Albany Orches- tra. All the citizens of Albany are urged to attend the banq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 December 1915

,-r . . THE ALBANY NEWS. THE ALBANY NEWS ti ! ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING PAUL IAKErT - ^ - Publisher. at tha Poai (Me* at Albany. Tazaa. aa SaaaaA Claaa Mall MatUr. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR ADVERTISING RATES. taplar advertlaeeanta, single InMrtloni. 16 • par inch; jufaaaauent inaartlon*. 121-2 ■ Mr lack for «eb insertion. Some r«duc- wtlhamad*an <mllmiii«nU that ar« ona- ] *t a pa#« or mora In (iaa. liocals and mil- 10 cants par lino for in te Insertion, it Inaortkma of loeala and readers, 6 par Una for oach Inaartlon. FRIDAY. DEC. 24. 1915. The Christ That is to Be % From The Ladies Home Journal A DRAFT, a coner of the coverlet falling across the face. • momet of careless handling, an hour's neglect and the fragile life of a babe may be at an end. These dangers are real not only to the child of today. They were as real to the Child of Bethlehem as to any other child. He who was to be the greatest force the world has ever known was surrounded by all the perils that hover about t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 24 December 1915

'>• THE ALBANY NEWS. The Bookworm of Potsc lam Revelations of An Ambassador-at-Large Transcribed by H. M. Egbert from the private papers of an Englishman who for a time was an unofficial diplomat in the most secret service of the British Government. (Copyright, 1915, by W. O. Chapman.) Wu It worth the while of Oermany to brine Englaud Into the field against her In order to move her troops through Belgium? It seems Impos- sible that the kaiser can havo con- sidered the strategical advantage of an advance through the north more than a compensation for the locking up of bis fleets In Kiel and Wllhelms- haven. It has been said he did not believe England would tight. 1 am in a position to clarify the mystery, ul though not to acqul^ the kaiser of rashness In his decision. Austria had launched her ultimatum against Borvla, designed to provoke war. Russia lwid Informed Count Pourtales, the German minister at St. Petersburg, that she would not demo- bilize. Germany had declared war on Ru...

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