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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 November 1919

" -- . k The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Kyt, Monday Afternoon, November 1 7, 1 91 9 TfiEATYIIUtllATIOII of your fuel and Yon can save front a third to have a much iwanner home than ever before if yon will Install a CAIIUC. 'hv The CALORIC Js the remarkable Annate that heats without pipes, through only one register. It drknlatM htt hr N9frma own method, fbrari'g' warm air up Info the entire house and drawing cool air down Into the furnice to be reheated and punned. ' 'li j i iij jr-'n ' rjmentedaBeleas - ulv - Jlo CALORIC neala practically all types of borne butalow or three )nr It n a mm a AtlaAL - Vl ' ana DAcK oearoomi just fee eomforUM and tof! cut too rest of the bouse. Also heats churches, factories, ' 'teres and. other business bondings. More thaa 60,000 already InataOed. The CALOBIC eaji be installed to new or old ''House no catting of waDs for pipes and no In ( tcrforenco with preaenl system of heating. It bnras ' coal, coke, fas, weed or Ufulte, and u...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 November 1919

f A ' " llV,fV,TWT''.?fW7:!'W,!r The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Ky., Monday Afternoon, November 1 7, 1 91 9 THE HOT BLAST AIR-TIGHT FLORENCE ,'. For Soft Coal, Slack, Coke, Hard Coal or Wood. No Smokel No Soot! No Dirt! ' k ' Eveything Is Consumed , The original and only absolute smoke consuming stove on the earth. , The greatest heater and most economical stove ever in vented. 7;, ": . 4 ill- LIVESTOCK SHOW TO EXCEED ALL OTHERS The olny jointless leg bottom and base with full radiation that has ever been made. . ; The only perfect floor heater on the market. It will produce perfect combustion and effect a marked saving in the cost of fuel. The only stove that will do what is claimed for it. The fire pot is guaranteed against fire cracks, for five years. DOUGLAS & SIMMONS , v Hardware ' Second Street Phone 20 Hisles Best Flour. It makes delicious, tender golden biscuits, with the nutty fiavar you enjoyed when mother made tlie Liscu.Hs. tu fri Optimistic Th...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 November 1919

ir.ir "iiv iLJQLJo Richmond, Madison County, jentiicky, -Tuesday Afternoon, November 1 8, 1919 Established 1 865 53d Year 4. 299 i , '.22 five TREATY MAY EE RATIFIED BY SENATEJHURSDAY "Mild RcservationisU" , Among Republicans Seem To Have Paved Way For Com- : promise Agreement .- (By Associated l'roaa) Washington, , Nov. 18 Plans shaped up in the Senate today for a final vote on the peace treaty Thursday, under a compromise program which many Senators thought would rtbUlt in ratifica tion. ' ' The group of mild Republican Rescrvationists opened the way by deciding in conference to aid in bringing about a second vote on ratification, after the res olution of the Foreign Relations Committee, with its reservations, had been voted down by the dem ocrats. ' . 1 Meanwhile Democratic Leadejr Hitchcock and Republican Leader Ladge conferred and agreed not to convene the Senate' until to: morrow so the Democrats cpuld draft a plan of action before hand. MADISON YOUNG MAN MISSING Charles Slirc...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 November 1919

Is The Time To Saw r Kfow .Someday this wave of extravagance and H.C. L. will break. ; ' '-Mwy:.VvUlfthen:be tiit ! jEuid:its;purha$iiig :.value. fouble. ( . , , A dollar saved now will then be worth two. To Save Properly Is To Invest Pitoperly , . , ' Idle Money Is Lost Money P?lt Your Dollars Where They Will Be And AtilheSameTime Do Work By .EARNING INTEREST Company .V (Incorporated) Offer You An Opportunity Jo Make Just Such An Investment And By So' Doing Become One Of The Owners Of A Company ; Furnishing A Utility Of Vital Jmportsince To Your City ONE SHARE W THIS PREFERRED STOCK Costs Only $85 and Accrued Dividend $10 Down and $7.50 per Month for 10 Months Dividends Payable At The Rate Of $6.00 Per Annum On Par Value Of $100 Giving You 7 Per Cent Interest On Your Investment Write Or Call At Our Office Kentucky Utilities Company,lncorp orated METHODIST DELEGATES TO BIG CONFERENCE The ad interim committee , of "..the'. Centenary Movement M. E. Church, South this week announced t,...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 November 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Ky., Tuesday Afternoon, November 18,1919 ', . , I' I v I u z it Wean lidayi Nov. 19 70 Acres Garrard County : Sandstorie Land known asJ.-A. Cotton land where R. E. Baker now .owns; 'V; : " '.VO J "' , Fine(tobacco land arid hew, tobacco barn that will hold acres of lotacco.J Sold in baby farms of 5 to 20 acVesl Be on hand. V '' Good terms. ' :'- .' ;;V" ' i S ' . ' '' . : V .' p cooking s'XVC P. W; Wells & R. C. Schooler i,ws! W. S.. Taylor, O.D. Graduate of Needles In stitute of Optometry. Eyes tested and glasses accuratelyp fitted. We do repair work. , Office in Dixie Inn Bldg. Home Phone 700 Farm For Sale or Rent This farm contains about 80 acres and lies 2 miles east oi Fox town on the old Hooncsboro dirt road: 35 acres for corn; 12 acres for oats; good house . and barn ; ijood Catcr; fine garden; all kinds of fruit. Tor -further parti culars call on I. J. Forbes, White Hall, Ky. 296 2p ' Tho G-yuar-oId daughter of Mr. in...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 November 1919

V 'The Richmond Daily' Register; Richmond Madison County; Tuesday 'Afternoon, November 1 8, 1 9 1 9 t: V." V $Dj7i.EAT; We have nice recleaned seed wheat. Better put in ,your order for ' fhe amount you are going to sow before we sell it 'J .'i Zaring's Mil it Phones 55 68 Richmond Daily Register ; : 1 Entered t tno poBtoftlea In Richmond as second class mall matter undor Act f Cona-resa of 1876. i ' Subscription ore strictly cashlm-id-' met to all and paper wlllba stopped promptly when subscription fcaa s plrsd. . i ig More Correspondents Wanted IWitH the Daily Register's new press at work,, there will be much more room in its columns rfor all the news it can find. ; County .correspond ents 'who have been forgetting- to Fend in their news letters each week, are now urged to write promptly and fully every week. The ((Daily Regis ter wants a correspondent who. will -J . VJ l When Itf Croup Threatens Quick lelief of baby's croup often forestalls a serious situation when this dreaded ' ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 November 1919

Thef'rT.cncI D-iily R-ister, Richmond Macfocrv Cctr.ty, 'Tiies&y, Afternoon, NovemHer 1 8, ,1919 poooo.ooooooocpittM :GOCHS AMD 5 Five HVur Concert v rvr n i r an r aw I m ; i -n Five Hour Concert ' f ' ; Each Day ; ''-'"'; V 9 PW1 r rvninijt nn n i o o o o o o o o - II II J 1.41 III, a! .X-." -I,i5i III 1:111 V IIV'V h Uajr IPG, o Q - Smittie's HH-p Dance Each X -r' Hi? 2 O'clock o o o o o oooo o oo o Social and Personal Entertains At 6 O'clock Dinner Mrs. S. V. rarrish was nost 10 'an ; to fan elegant six o'clock ilinnor, Friday evening in honor of Miss Adelo Cf)op er, the popular trimmer at the Rich mond millinery company, " whV will Boon lflavo for he? Twmb in Chicago. "Pie color scheme was pink anil jgrount the center piece being a , large yaso of pink , chryKanthonmms.1 Cover were laiil for Mrs. Ethel Vjllson Gott, ,Mrs. Smith .Oldham, ; Mr. Hoi-ence Eubank, Misr.es ViglafWlVHortenso Willoughby,, .Viw;s jfargaroib. rhelps, Mattie ell White, and Kathleen liss Cooper. ,( i.'...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 November 1919

6 The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Ky., Tuesday Afternoon, November 18, 1919 V. v. I S. COUNTY OFFICIALS SHORT In Jackson And Leslie And Strong Criticism Is Made Discrepancies in the public ac t counts of Jackson and Leslie counties were reported vy Henry F. Turner. State inspector and cx- aminer. In Jackson count)-, the shortage' amounted to $715.95 and $227.30 in Leslie county. Mr. Turner reported that the records ' in Jackson county were poorly kept and the offices, with the cx - ccption of the County Clerk's , pflice, were not open a reasonable . number of hours. L. T. Sisicmorc. - Jailer of Leslie, was charged with letting prisoners escape and leave without' paying their fines or 1 serving their full jail sentences. A Woman In Letcher Murder - Sergeant, Ky., November 18. Mm Angeline Stacey was arrested in Lott's Creek on charges growing from the alleged murder of Harrison Banks. Shed Stacey, 1G years old I fired the fatal shot, police charge. The killing to...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 November 1919

Richmond, Madisort County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, November 19, 1919 Established 1865 53d Year fy. 300 Price Five Cents Is, 1 tr ( FINAL BATTLE OVER TREATY IS Oil TODAY . Compromise Hoped For But Wil on and Democrats Will Not . See It Emasculated . (By Aauoclatod Proas) Washington, Nov. 19 President .Wilson, in a letter today, advised Ad ministration senutors to vote against ratification of tho pcaco treaty with the Foreign Rclutions committee's res ervations. Ho asserted that the res ervations would nullify it. "Immediately the President's lettei beenme public, Republican leader Lodge dcclarod he did not believe the senate would "obey the orders of thr President, who undertakes to com mand the somite to ratify iho treaty without tho reservations) which Amen icanizo it and muko it safe for the United States" Lines were sharply drawn when the scnatoconvcncd to consider final rati J ncation and possibly end today lh long light over the treaty. ) Meanwhile tho Democratic confer ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 November 1919

nA" The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, : Nbvember 19,191 0000000000000000000000000a900CO0000Q3000Q090009Q0000000000 ooooCj IOOO 0000 o CQME AND HEAR: mSitie's Famou: Five Hour Concert Each Day .7 t I V o o T o "Nk xa . . .. O .Stflijitairy fBamd: ;; Fi,eFt: ; ;'g 1 -Ml 4 , . - o o o o o I o ?J o , o : o O Smittie's Harp Dance Each Night q 9 to 2 O'clock . o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoOOO(9OGO0OatS0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOpOOOpOOOOOOOO0 Richmond Daily Register S. M. Editor aad Fraarictaf Sintered at tne postofltlce In Richmond u second olasa mall matter under Act pi Uonan-M. of 1176. Subaortptlona ura atrlctlr man-ln-ad ranee to all and paper will be topped romptly when aubacrlptloa . haa ax olred. The Somerset Journal and the Pulaski News have consolidated and the result is one of the best weekly papers to be found anywhere. Both Cecil Williams and Monty Feese are livG wires, and the people of Somer set and Pulaski are to be congratu lated u...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 November 1919

;:.n!lll.l,Tnilll, 3,..Trin-?rmm.-...t 5 . Cup ';L2J Eve 'v . . . 7 ,' ' "mat; iswM:Ihstoi provides. -. Is! First, as;to;'flavof - and satisfying. Second, as to he great comfort n anydisagreeabl teccs. For goodness Bndsatisfa Mid. by Postum Cortal Co.'. , J jj B.til.erMfc.Mfclv ."Otln Social and Personaodciy j I late. i i i , i . . ... L - lUfiffilA KM W I Jmmorfal : I Hswortfifiniafelloiv .J t The Rich rnond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County. Wedneseday Afternoon, November 19, 1919 Opera House 25th Nov ! PRICES lie, 20c, 35c ; ESSSS PRESIDENTIAL RACES GOME (Continued froraTng 1.) '' kit at a ystntc convention. - , . - The following day, ' April " 6, New York ; and Wisconsin- hold presidential coherence primaries. Delegates anr selected at the primary in tfctv York' .''but 'no preference is indicated , on the primary ballot.- In : Wise,..,.:.. however, at least' on ' oere'ent of the party electors jn at least six cuontics, (not less, than one per cent nor more than ton percent...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 November 1919

The RicKmonH Daily Register, RicKrrn'cI Madison County, Wednesday, Afternoon, November 19,1 1919 Mow .y;ls The Time To Save Some day this wave of extravagance and H. G. L. will break.; , Money will then be tight and its purchasing value double.! f ? A dollar, saved now will then be. worth two. , ? , To Save Properly Is To Invest Properly 1 Idle Money Is Lost Money f v 1 : Put Your Dollars Where They Will Be ... . And At The Same Time Do Work By TV EARNING INTEREST fa ftuckv Utilities Company (Incorporated) Offer You An Opportunity To Make Just Such An Investment- And By So Doing Become One Of The Owners Of A Company V Furnishing A Utility Of Vital Importance To Your City ONE SHARE OF THIS PREFERRED STOCK Costs Only $85 and Accrued Dividend $10 Down and $7.50 per Month for 10 Months Dividends Payable At The Rate Of $6.00 Per Annum On Par Value Of $100; Giving You 7 Per Cent Interest On Your Investment Write Or Call At Our Office Kentucky Utilities Company,In zor po rated ADDITIONAL P...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 November 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, - Wednesday Afternoon! November 19, 1919 litiffiiiiiiiim I.- .. '. '.y '.'.,- 'iPfisi i 'CP i -. L , jjJT , Cup For Eveiy'Meal TOX5Vid8S. , I - ' First. as;to7flavof pleasing - and Satisfying, i Second, as to health its;a great comfort not to have anydisagreeableiafber ef- fects.' ' ' For goddnesscpnvenience ana sausiacxion at Grocers Md if Postum Carcal Co.'. Bittk Cruk.HUi Social and Personal Mr. and' Mrs.' Thomas E. Baldwin celebrated their golden wedding with a reception at their home on West Main street on Tuesday, November ;;lth. The house,, decorated in. yellow and white chrysanthemum ;and smi lax and the array.of; presents with which their hosts' of friends had remembered ..them displayed so that all could ec ':tllcm, and substantial refreshments served with the hospitality" for which Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin," arc noted, gave to the occasion jan air' of wedding festivity .that must have carried the honoretLcoyple hack to the...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 November 1919

A The RicKmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County.Wedaeseday Afternoon, November 19, 1919 UJj THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan 'is the favorite family car, 6cats five comfortably. While an enclosed car with permanent top, it has large windows, and may in a minute be changed to a most delight ful .open car with always a top protecting against the sun. . In inclement weather" it is a closed car, dust-proof, water-proof, cold-proof. Finely, upholstered. Equipped with electric starting and lighting system end demountable rims with 3-inc!i tirco front and rear. A real family car. Won't you come in and look at it? lhc ec!ic'it3 ot the electric cr.r with the economy of the Fcrd. . MADISON GARAGE Incorporated . Richmond, Ky. V TT"BANrffr f m Christian Science Services : . The church of Christ Scientists an - nounce that beginning with the pray er service this (Wednesday) evening, they . will worship in , the Baptist church building, on Second street op posite Caldwell High school. . Th...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 November 1919

nn-n-rr- : . ' . - I . .,... AGISTER it TA Established 1 865 53d Year-NoO!! Richmond, Madison County, Kntijcky, Thursday Afternoon, November 20, 1919 Price Five Cents mMM Ml U.S. WILL HAVE TO PAKE NEW PLANS For Any German. Trade Since Senate Reject Treaty Wil- ton Has Nothing To Say (By AdHoclated Trees) , Washington. Nov. ' 20 l?rcsi 4clt Wfflson will have no state ment lo make on the failure of the Senate to ratify the Versailles treaty, it', was said today at the White House; Meanwhile officials expect it to have an indirect re sult of some importance on stepo now being taken to restore the world to a peace basis.'. lhe view here is that one of the first con sequences will be to hasten nego tiations in Paris, including pro mitigation of afupcess verbalu) which will restore full commer- cial ami diplomatic relations be , 'tween Germany and the powers which have ratified the treaty. . . The United States not being one of, them Svill have to niak new arrangements to fit nto' the com...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 November 1919

1. TKe Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Thursday' Afternoon, November 20, 1919 i ,'XSXZ Healthier Stock,! Quicker Growth ; GUARANTEED WITH Brick Or Block Composed of eight different vegetable and mineral salts, which aU aaunals riecil ' . ' 3-lb. bricks for stall W pen feeding. 50-Ib. blocks for range or pasture feeding. That's a strong guarai tee we are offering you, but it' back ed up by the experience of thousands of stock feeders many of them right in this neighborhoodwho are enthusiastic " about Carey-ized Stock T onic. j They all agree that th tonicis a safe economical insur '., ance against live stock los es. Does away with dosing and drenching enables animals to dose themselves according to . their . own instincts which nature has given them as a sure '" guide. ' Just place it where your h pgs, sheep, .cattle or horses can get it they lick it beacuse the y like it.- Guaranteed pure and safe approved by Veterinarians. TRY IT 60 DAYS AT OUR RISK Come in and se...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 November 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, November 20,-1919 7- .V 1 J w is ,L'r Our BigFWniture Sale Closes Saturday ,f:. You have no 'doubt seen the. big advertisement of our sale and have heard your' friends 'ispeak 'of the low prices we have been offering during tr? mammoth sale. Never in the history of Madison county was such a . Jarge Furniture Sale held, and the people are taking ad vantage of the wonderful savings. I " V Remember we arc taking advance orders during this sale. The customer sees a piece of furniture which they like, but at prqsent docs hot suit them to take it out during the time of sale; wfe take their order and lay the article aside for dcliverV to suit the pur chaser. In this way they get to talcJ advantage of the sale price which holds good only during this sale. Now is the time to make your Christmaspurchases. By so doing you save money on your purchases, and the article will be held at our store and delivered during Christm...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 November 1919

A'i :4 The Richmond Daily Register Richmond Madison County. Thursday Afternoon, November 20, 1 9 1 9 ( v.. LETS REASON TOGETHER .' . i A "great many individuals and business institutions are unable jto see any good 1 in any proposition unless it promises immcdiatae returns to themselves. This bank -is progressive We realize that the practice of Thrift is ot vital importance to the country and extravagance and waste the outstanding feature of American ,; life today. , . 1 , . j ? The business life of the . country must be financed. It must be financed from the savings of the people. - : War Savings Stamps and U. S. Treasury Savings' Certificates are a convenient and profitable medium of investment. They pay 4 ' per cent in terest compounded quarterly and can be redeemed without undue formality or red tape. , , - The Season's crops are matured and will soon be exchanged for currency in the open market. Put your money where it will be safe, available and draw a good rate of interest. '...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 November 1919

1 ' HI Established 1865 53d Year1 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, November 21,1919 Price Five Cents V E 3D No. 302 FINAL ARGUMENTS Oil PROHIBITION ACTS ' Are Made Before Supreme Court and Detrition May Be Given J December 8th X j- my AHxuciatoa rroNH) ..Vasliingtoii, Nov. 21 Argu ments on the contsitutionality of war time prohibition and the Vol stead enforcement act, were com pleted today in the Supreme Court. -. No indication was givci: as to when a decision will be ren dered, but officials, said they will not be surprised to see the cases decided December 8th, owing to , their importance. . President Wilson will make no move to rescind the war time pro hibition act until peace has been declared formally, it was stated officially at the White House. St. Louis Gets Its Beer , (Hy Aoclalcl l'rcaa) St. Louis, Nov. 21 Federal fudge Pollock today tenitMirarilv enjoined the District Attorney and Internal Revenue Collector from enforcing the Volstead war time prohib...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 November 1919

Page Two Hie Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, November 21,-1919 Richmond Daily Register H. BAUyiiKk. liidltor aad PrmHett Entered at tne poBtofllce In Hlcha:oud second ci.s liinU mntter under Act ( congress or l(t. I Hubscriatlons arn dtrlotir ca.b-l-d-rance to nil and paper will bo stopped rosoptly Wkea subscription lia x uiivu. - , r , We rather hope that Circuit Jwle Kerr, of Lexington, does become a candidate for the1' Re publican nomination for U. S. Senator next , year. We'd ;like to sec this "non-partisan judici ary" innovation tried out some where in Kentucky, and know of no more appropriate place to put it on than the capital of the Blue Grass. ine Lexington .Leader says that blame for the defeat of the peace treaty is at the door of President Wilson. That's what its editor would like to make peo pie believe. A very great many, however, lay the blame solely to tne personal preiudice and hatred of Yrilson by . a certain element, like Lodge,...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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