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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 October 1918

HB9BHBSHHkBbmk!Is19sr i -" ' BBBBSbSSBSSSSSmSBBSSISsSws " - -. t" R ' it - wml" i p' PngeFonr S? ' - i R j AT THE CHURCHES THE ETEXEN'G UnSSOUBjAyl SATU ItMY, OCTOBER 5, 1918. Christian. Bible school will meet at 9:30 o'clock with special classed for students. Morning worship will begin at 10:45 o'clock. The Rev. Guy W. Sarvis, brother-in-law of Prof. A. W. Taylor, recently returned from China, will speak on "China and World Prob lems." Evening worship will be at 8 o'clock. The subject of the sermon will be "The Glory of Self Surrender." Intermediate Endeavor will meet at C:30 o'clock and Senior Endeaor at 7 o'clock. Prayer meeting will be held at S o'clock Wednesday evfiiing. There will be an all-day meeting Friday of the Missionary and Ladies Aid socie ties. Soldiers, students and visitors are cordially invited to attend all these services. rensburg is spending the week end with Miss Anne Cockrell at the Pi Beta Phi house. PERSONAL NOTES Misses. Gladys Wall and Martha Prewitt moto...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1918

iWRxraaaaH ' !FfW- TT- wr- EVENING MISSOURIAN JL JL JL Jj .ELEVENTH YEAR CM UNIVERSITY BEGIN FIGHT AGAINST E Campus Drill Closed Except for Until Tomorrow Night at Least Schools, and Churches Suspend. 70 CASES KNOWN AMONG STUDENTS Committee of City Council Rents Building as Annex to New Emergency Hospital on South Seventh Street. Columbia and the University are making every effort to keep influ enza from spreading in this vicin ity. Today both were under strict quaratine regulations. The University, under orders is sued this morning, was closed to day and will remain closed tomor row with the exception of drill for the members of the S. A. T. C. Sentries guard the West Campus. Soldiers and members of the S. A. T. C. alone are admitted to the grounds. By order of the Columbia Board of Health the public schools of the city have been closed for a week and all public gatherings, including church services, have been forbid den for the same period. The number of cases of the dis ease in t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1918

'; ,,' r-fi -$- sgpp-f f,s: vv-v- i'.i t tf a b ii W Page Tiro THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every eTCnlnj except Sunday by The Mlssourlan Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bide. Down stairs. Fbones: Business, 55; Jsews, ZT4. Entered as second-class mall matter. City: Year, $3.75; 3 months, ?1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County; lcar, $3.2o; 6 montks, $1.75; 3 months. 90 cents. Outside the county: Year ?i.50; 3 months, ?1.2j; month, 45 cents. AX OFFEXSIVE PEACE It is not so much a peace offensive the Allies are being bombarded with now, as it is an offensive peace. Aft er nearly four years of war. Ger many has the effrontery to propose negotiation of peace terms during an armistice. Prince Maximilian, the new German chancellor, a polished diplomat of the old school, proposes that the nego tiations be based on the fourteen points of the President's speech of January S, 1918. But, and herein lies the offensiveness of the proposed ar mistice...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1918

F ' J"?r -t PRPSRKP' tvt- r THE ETEXIXG M1SS0UHIAN, 3IOX DAY, OCTOBER 7, 1918. Page Three iS 7'tSi.v, !rrvi.".. Z-ijr: y.-s.- v. ,- ,'" - - ssasaPGsiWSS jirfsgSHraSFew-r r: T7raE,r-' i- -oT T'lMv''Ji'urjtrsi!rr'-i.-.. :jy,avii an i x . . ,. JiKS'', ... ; .'i We seldom hear much about our Navy. We don't even know where it is. There are times when its very existence escapes our mind. And yet, without those silent monsters, our armies in France would be impotent. Not a gun could cross the sea; not a pound of food or fighting material; not a man of the millions we are training. When the hun is brought to his knees, it will be the Navy that has made Victory possible. Without the Navy all the valor of our soldiers would prove unavailing. That Navy costs hundreds of millions of dollars to build and maintain. It is one of the many calls upon the public purse; an added reason for the Government to borrow money. And it is from you you men, women and children of America that this money must co...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 7 October 1918

SSF'f ,' ?SW THE EVENING 3HSSOURLYN, 3IQX DAY, OCTOBER 7, 1918. I' Page Four M m I! I..! i 1J BT1 CITYANDUNIVERSITY BEGIN FIGHT AGIST HOG PRICES SHOW BREAK INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC (Continued from page One) Uniforms were issued today, and the rest of the members were inducted in to the service. Blanks have been re ceived sufficient for the induction of the 1,500 members permitted in sec tion A of the S. A. T. C. Five hun dred and seventy-five men were in ducted October 1. Dean E. J .McCaustland said the barracks are nearly completed for the new men in section B of the S. A. T. C. These men are expected to ar rive Tuesday. The barracks are built of rough lum ber and will not be painted. The win dow casings, however, will receive a coat of paint to protect them. Captain Frederick H. Coester left this afternoon for his new command at Cape Girardeau. MANY .MEETINGS POSTPONED Lectures. Club Sessions and Theaters Affected by Order. The order of the Board of Health closing all schools and forbid...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 October 1918

wr "TVYT'" V - '''"VJv-'-"ll-kt;-yi- i v h1? gtfr ir-11"'"" THE EVENING u MISSOURI AN . . : ELEVENTH YEAR IMFLUENZA THOUGHT 01 DECLINE 111 CITY Number of New Cases Since Noon Monday Shows Drop. WARNS OF CROWDS Head of Health Board Urg es No Delay in Consulting Doctors. The Spanish influenza epidemic is on the decline in Columbia, said Dr. A. W. Kampschmidt, president of the city board of health, this morning. There has been a noticeable decline since noon Monday in the number of new cases reported, he says. Saturday and Sunday were the big days in dealing with the disease. All of the doctors in Columbia have been1 working overtime the past week diag nosing cases and coping with the malady. "Of the total number of pcrsicns who report to the clinic thinking they are victims of influenza, at least two thirds merely have colds," according to the president of the board of health. "The other one-third show symtoms of the diseas and are sent to the hospital or to their homes. Nevertheless,...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 October 1918

'v-5"95T3! i?iBsr3Rifrtr - f rr. THE ETEXIXG 3IISSOURIAX, TUE SDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1918. Page Two TT5 3 I-ri- ir L i V U f CARLOAD OF POSTERS AIDS LOANJN COUNTY Selling Liberty Bonds Re quires Great Advertising Campaign. CLOCKS ALL TAGGED Windshields, Restaurant Ta bles and Mail Boxes Arc-Marked. ner guests at the Pi Beta Phi house Sunday. Miss Mary Lee returned to Van dalla Monday after spending the week end with Miss Helen Mitchell. Mrs. C. A. Draper and son. Stark Draper, went to St. Louis today. lege Club, which was to hare been held Thursday afternoon, has been postponed Indefinitely on account of the Spanish influenza. CoTcrnment Meeting Called Off. A conference of educational direc tors of all the states which was to have been held in Washington Octo ber 16 to IS has been postponed in definitely at the request of Govern ment authorities because of the pre valence of influenza. Vaughn Bryant of the Missouri Food Administration was to have been the delegate from Missouri. Mrs. E. K...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 October 1918

l THE EYEMXG 3IISS0UIUA, TUE SPAY, OCTOBER 8, 191S. rage Three a h W Have Toiled CheerMy i Against the Day of Battle ."-p3 i"i c " jJojk M b.f3b Wkkbv iK4 k hHA Gen. JoiWi J. Pershing , PEIhhBHRF ), The men of the A. E. F. expect that the Fourth Liberty Loan will be subscribed. In the camps and villages of France we have been train ing and preparing these many months for the supreme test. In the ports and along the road that reaches from the sea to the battle front, we have been organizing, constructing, achieving. We have toiled cheerfully against the day of battle, and the spirit that has urged us on through the discomfort and drudgery of the winter in muddy fields and sodden trenches, in storm-swept ports, in rain and sunshine, has been the determination to be worthy of those whom we left behind when we crossed the seas. By the side of the allied veterans of the four years' conflict we have made . a beginning as proof of what we hope to accomplish. The news of America Awake, of t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 October 1918

lrv--.J, fr. THE EVTXDfG 3O550UELUC, TtTsTUT. OCTOBEB 5. 1?In Pzr Fsr the evdwgijsoturiak SORGHUM TLUE IS HERE; COATES PLANT IS BUSY b?.?S-S8 j-stai y trii -z&y. Stt7 rtt-i. '.'wtUt. K Virnsd 2M& Z? Hasted. AH Hals of sMa.2-bd frafcre KOTts 2as rE- Also sa:e fto: Etl-r4 Lf vvui-vn saii nas: Cfc: It-'. ttXS: J s.lii. rJw; le aviV. Ovsttr: ir. a: t ILK- I lif. t ChttiA- Ji V tS. eoastiatly io ietp it irsn bcrai; i4 is ante a toil tvtzly. "ita M-J4 The SxiUnal Livestock Xirktt S. HeCUia. JS-7 Waias Ssrriza: r3U.M 3a:t ii itrt. tad set pita:. iraJei Is K-.a&ied asJw:: zrsv rules M..tiTrt of C-fcaW- is rsra-. its rtitied 2 teniia coasiittacy jm est frses frtry t aiatty nJloas .i Kraiae-i tad drawa c" lata & noi- of irrsji tTtry 47. Tin piiat is oper- a til I: is sot iaisirf rsolisses. .sjitim.ml sx-rK yaei5. ejl?t t l'.i , v.inicriu Strang ry--:T Tn jn.l -he hat STrza. it is draw- c." 1j11?. T.. vrt ?. TJ Ht- tuct a?iv: faner FsrsMrs tor a raail': of tea ia battels tad p-...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 October 1918

f- fyg''fy" T'Tjf "SyWEi-'?';' p-- u SPAXISH IXFLUEXZA 1. Keep In mind that like most contagious diseases influenza is spread by contact, that Is, by the transfer of the poison from one person to another. It is spread by sneezing, coughing and spitting at which times the discharges from the nose and throat are scattered in the air. 2. Avoid crowds as much as possible, including moving picture places, theaters and other assembly halls. When feasible avoid crowded street cars. 3. When sneezing or coughing, place your handkerchief before your nose and mouth. 4. Make sure that you are properly clothed, in accordance with the varying changes in temperature, prevalent at this time of the year. 5. Fresh air is always good. Keep your bed room windows wide open, and secure as much sleep as possible. 6. Keep the digestive organs in good condition. 7. Drink water freely. S. Avoid common drinking cups, common towels and similar utensils. 9. Wash your hands frequently. 10. Use a mild antiseptic ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 8 October 1918

yvAMtW'. l ' . ""ngwf Hf,l4mg.jiM vf l-3T"""?-"""SSp: THE EYEXTXG 3IISS0rBIAX, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 191S. Page Six GIBLS URGED TO STAT IX CITT flcacy of travel In spreading Contagi on nnrf nfprtlnns diseases. 3feans of Combatting Inflnenia Are -Apart from the rules governing de Dlscussed at 31eetlne. j partures we must consider a person "Avoid the men. the stores and who leaves the city now lacking en close contact with each other," is the ! tirely in consideration." said Miss Eva warning given University women. "LIXEX SHOWER" GIFTS ASKED Towels, Handkerchiefs, Napkins, Sheets Wanted bj- Red Cross. Contributions are being received at the Red Cross rooms for the "linen MEMBERS OF THE LIBERTY LOAN ARMY I . M .- 1 !.- . i Johnston, adviser of women. -un-, "" "" .ii.a. cpic- iv-nn-n in. wif sho mav be a mur-. seniauves irom me ainerem cnurcnes "Remain outdoors as much as DOS-: . ., t . .i .. " I ar trvlner to reach the memhora nf aerer inrougn carrjiug u: 6"""' , --- ----- - - . I Davs I...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 October 1918

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN 'ailing or. y in at the g the m boy. from ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 1918 NUMBER 33 N of . ifter- , u a B 9 s f mm causes FIRST DEM Negro Boy Dies Five Miles Southeast of Columbia Twenty-Seven Houses Un der Modified Quarantine. NEv HOSPITAL FOR UN 1 VERS IT Y WOI I EN Outbreak of Disease Among Girl Students Causes Ac tion Seventeen New Pa tients Are Cared for Today. Influenza cases reported to Dr. V. A. Xorris, secretary of the city board of health, today, numbered 121). One death has been reported that of the son of Joh Bennett, negro, who lived near Sugar Grove Church, five miles southeast of Co lumbia. Twentj -seven houses were quar antined in the city yesterday. Per sons living in the houses, however, are permitted to pass in or out so long as they do not become ill with (lie disease. Of the 129 reported cases. 56 were at the old Welch Military Academy, which has been turned into a hospital for S. A. T. C. men. Eight ne...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 October 1918

?t . --" "i;fc- Page Tito rr";- THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, WED NESDAT, OCTOBER 9, 1918. fc l&s THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by Tne Mlasourlan Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia mag. uown stairs. Fbones: Business, 55; News, 274, Entered as second-class mall matter. City: Year, 13.73; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County; Year, $3.25; 6 montks, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside the county: Year $4.50; 3 months, $1.25; month, 45 cents. WHAT THE BOYS OTEBSEAS ASK The boys In France may be many miles away but their attention Is focused just as surely on what the people of the United States are doing as If they were here. This is cl denced by the following letter from an aviator in Uncle Sam's service over there regarding the Fourth Liberty Loan: "If the people of our own United Stato do not respond to the coming Liberty Loan it will give the whole American Expeditionary Force the same feeling that I hav...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 October 1918

W -M ts '1 .! iHsliizT M. U. CLUB IN FRANCE Duke Parry, B.J. '17, Writes That Twenty Alumni Are in One Place. PLAN TIGER DINNER Sees Clinton Collins, "Bobby" Hogg and "Bobby" Lake nan on Furloughs. m.. fniinwlne is Dart ot a letter from Duke Parry, a graduate of the School of Journalism, now with Base Hospital Unit. No. 2S. Limoges, France, to the Missourian: We are beginning to settle down here and things have gotten so com mon to us that even champagne at a couple of dollars a quart fails to at tract the Missouri Club's attention. On the night of the big game we are planning a Missouri banquet, and I hope to get Clint Collins or one of the older Tigers down for the occa sion. I don't believe there's any place In France where there's any more of us in one place, and we have already established the Missouri University Club of France here. All old Mis souri men in actual service are urgeu to drop down here when furloughs al low It and they will find about twen ty Missouri I'niversity...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 9 October 1918

E Vv Page Six THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, WED XESDAT, OCTOBER 9, 1913. PERSONAL NOTES Press G. Kennett of the vocational section of the S. A. T. C. has been or dered to reporte to the Artillery Cen tral Officers' Training Camp at Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Second lieutenant Neil D. Jordan reported for duty today at the S. A. T. C. headquarters from Fort Sheri dan. Miss Helen Mitchell and Miss Jes samine Maughs of Columbia left this morning to spend the week-end In Kansas City. Mrs. John X. Taylor of Columbia left this morning to visit with friends friends in Huntsville. Miss Thelma Griffith of Kirksvillc. who has been visiting her mother, Jts. I). E. Griffith, 703 South Fifth street, returned yesterday to her school in that city. Dean F .11. Mumford, state food ad ministrator, left this afternoon to at tend1 the cattlemen's meeting and de monstration a the Sni-a-Bar Farm near Qansas City. Mrs. George Everding returned to her home in Moberly today after a short visit with her d...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 10 October 1918

1 :w THE EVENING MISSOURIAN IEAI) bs at ,; . "'"tsv "' ' ypti at th'c twelve II this e and j cause nflned onths. I at 11 ,, 'alnut ey. s. ii i Illlli: ; I A ELEVENTH YEAR fine HOSPITALS TO FIGHT INFLUENZA Read Hall and Pi Kappa Al pha House Taken Over for Sick. GIRL STUDENTS HELP Volunteer to Scrub Floors, Wash Dishes or Nurse Patients. Two n?w hospitals are being equip ped today as a means of fighting the influenza epidemic among University students. This makes a total of seven build ings now equipped for hospital pur noses, instead of the two which for merly existed Parker Memorial Hos pital, and the city emergency hospi tal. The new ones are Head Hall, whicn has been taken over for University women who are victims of the disease. and the I'i Kappa Alpha house at Lowry and Hitt streets. Ten girls weie to be taken to the former this afternoon, while the latter was ex pected to be ready to receive patients tonight. The Kappa Sigma house is being use as an evacuation hospital for S. ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 10 October 1918

"TjI tj t,rsr " -"'f: 'ftrr-.vf. T5w--.' ; - - - ' -"" W Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN I'uliliiheil erery evening except Sunday by The MJssourlan Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia. JIo. Virginia Iililc. Down stair. PLones: Business. M; ewg, - Entered a9 second-class mall matter. City: Year, $3.73; 3 months. $1-00; month. 40 cents; copy. 2 cents. Dy mall In Iioone County; ear, W-: . "nt.,3; $1.T3; 3 months. Vi cents. Outside the county: Year $'.50: 3 months. $1-.. mouth. 45 cents. AX EVE FOK AX EYE France has served notice on Ger many and Austria that for every atro city against either person or proper ty stern reprisal will be made. This is in order to save what is left of the cities In Northern France, which are soon to he evacuated liy the Ueimans. Lille, one or the industrial cities of northern France, may be saved in this way. The Allies are expected to join with France in warning Germany against this destruction. France and Belgium have suffered most in this war from the w...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 10 October 1918

w """l! 1 THE EYEXI.0 JIISSOEIIIAy, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1918. Pa?o Flte -J The Vacant Chairs , There are three million of them nowanother million and a half soon to be vacant. The boys who used to occupy these chairs have given up the comforts of home for the hardships of the trenches. They have taken their lives in their hands, that those who remain at home may be spared. How many of them will come back to occupy the vacant chairs depends upon the support they receive at home. This war will go on until America has men enough in France to bring the hun to his knees. Until then the fight must be kept up by those brave boys who are there. The sooner we get an overwhelming army ready, the sooner we will stop losing our boys. You may not have the youth or strength to fight, but how about the will? If you have the will, the Liberty Bond is your weapon. Wield it with all your might! Strike and strike, for all you are worth! The lives of our sons depend on you. Don't delay! Buy Fourth Li...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 10 October 1918

. wj-wrr-.Sj mSSmmUammmmtma ,V -f! THE ETEXIXG 3IISS0CKIAy, THU ItSIUT, OCTOBER 10, 1918. Page Six F H r & LOAN PLEDGES SLOW (Continued from page One) Edward E. Drown J. E. Blaser A. Baumgartner Mrs. J. A. Freeman Madame X. Grandpierre Katherine Hungate J. A. Helbel Xelle .Henningtir .. .Mai ion Shuler Hackedorn "... Howard Mclvin Hackedorn Mrs. Howard Hackedorn . ... M. Koliert Ingle Mrs. Louis Ingold Stanley Ingold . Anna I -aura Johnson . Mrs. Julia A. Klass ... J. M. Kemper . Milton Kelley S. H. Levy It. McCabe Mrs. Turner Mcllains A. V. McAlister Mary L. Mackey Mrs. M. C. Major Mollie & Jim McOuire Mrs. Karl Marsh G wynne McCaustland Margaret McCaustland S. W. Xevins Anna P. Peacher S. O. Pancoast . ..... Eulah Roberts : Carolyn II. Kankin .; J. W. &. Myrtle Hobinson '. Victor Handall V. V. Roberts Ji. L. It. Itice . . Ella W. Smith .. . Mattie Snell L. M. Strawn Emmeline Smith , Ellen Wylder Stine - Helen E. Scoggin .- . T. Stephenson ... Mrs. A. P. Scoggin Geo. W....

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 11 October 1918

& V p hi THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 11, 1918. NUMBER 35 GERMANY TACKS "IF" ON PLEDGE TO QUIT FRANCE ' Yl" ivwM"--"-r:" J .. Forecast of Teuton Re ply Includes Demand for Assured Title to Alsace and Polish Prussia. TO RUSH TALK Kaiser Would Have His . Troops Hold Russia and Rumania While the Peace Conference Is On. Bj- United Pre. L O X D O X. Oct. 11. Ger many's, reply to President Wilson, according to an Amsterdam dis patch to tlie Express today, quoted from an "authoritative source" which says: 'Germany will evacuate Bel gium and France provided peace negotiations will be started in a neutral country before the evacua tion i completed, and provided the Allies will give aurance that Ger man territory including AUacc Lorraine and Polish Prussia will not be divided. , "During th'c peace negotiations German troops, are to remain in Russia and Rumania." By United Tress. AMSTERDAM, Oct. 11. The kaiser has summoned to Berlin three...

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