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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 17 October 1918

K It' . Page Two THE EVEXI.VK MISSOCRIAX, THCBSDAT, OCTOBER 17, 191?. i THE EVENING MISSOURIAN? sergeant glen m. reed. a- ; vasse. Milton Reed, next of kin. PnMlitei ere.-j ereolaj exrept Snr ' SERGEANT GUY W. SELDON" (Ma- rfJ. CotniabU, Mo. virtfau mdg. Do - - Uiri. FLooe: Btnltr, K: 'ei, 274. Entrel ai coni3-cia$i all citf- CltT: Yr. tt-73: 3 noatai. - couth, to rtiu; copj. 2 cent. Er nail la Boon Cunntj-; Year. 25; 6 montia. I1.T3: 3 month. cent. OaUlde tie .nnty: Yr lt.30: 3 raoatts, tl.23: moots. 45 o-nn. Residents to the southwest of Co lumbia are complaining about condi tions caused oy dumping oi sewafae into Flat Branch and Hinkson Creek, j ( j,, general surgery in the surgeon-gen- j literally starving. The black bread Some day. and not so distant either, j COOK WILLIAM H. STIDHAM. Oak eral's race. j on which they had been living was: neither Columbia nor any other city Itidge Mrs Mary C. stidhara.'next The unit consist of five section. I Lart!- heavy and thoroughly unappe i...

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. — 17 October 1918

4 tjpftgywy, ngg "Wr WOUNDED, THEY WANT WATER, THEN A BOOK The fust thing that a wounded sol dier wants is a drink of water. The next thing he wants, nine times out of ten. is a hook. That the Ameri cans are a race of readers has been proved in the military hospitals abroad, as well as in the base hospi tals that have sprung up here at home Nurses and doctors report that all sick and wounded soldiers demand leading matter, some soon as they en ter the nospital.tlieoth'Ts as soon as tbey know that they can get it for : 1 J . i the asking. What kind of books do they read in the hospital. That depends on the .ndiudual. says Miss Miriam E. Carey, field representative of the hospital service of the American Library Asso ciation. "To put a man to bed does not change him fundamentally; he is the same man in most respects that lie was before he took off his uniform and donned pajamas and a bath robe. If he is an educated man with a taste for books he will want something to read as soon as h...

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. — 17 October 1918

-fSSerf' r Jya, i ltiW?fl(SE THE ETEXIXK MISSOUMAX, TI1C RSPAY, OCTOBER 17, 1913, Page Fonr IL s -rrn-rnirrn 1.I..-I Mm lirrTolTmnTrrTrrpfttrFV m jjTr -n , , Jr&Tfify;i-VM-i xta. at SLrT.rTT . 1 I (M4IIU12 near tmm nVrrcS ? 5nT Wemr saaaww 5WSv 1 I I Vk w E MUST support our gallant sailors and soldiers. We must make them swif t'victors in, their fight with the kaiser. We can do it if we at home do our duty with the same quality of patriotism that animates our men in the trenches. The least duty we can perform (and we should be eager and happy to perform it is to lend our money, every available dollar ve have or can save, to our Government in order that our gallant sons may be supplied with all they need to save America. -. No true patriot will fail to buy United States Liberty Bonds. " JU0i0M0$' hlminr-f.-l.rT..TTfn-flwnr-i,jrr T (Continued from pace On") All the patients who have been nsked to Kive their blood have (lone so willingly. lias- Kcnrs fur Tno. "At present there are ...

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. — 18 October 1918

tf 1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 18, 1918 NUMBER 41 4 rr M AUSTRIA IS EVACUATING ALLIED LANDS, IS REPORT German Reichstag Mem bers M ilitary and Naval Officials Confer Over Reply to Wilson. NOT YET SENT America and Allies to Unify Diplomatic Ef forts to Prevent Strife at Peace Table. Ilj- United l'rcss. AMSTERDAM. Oct. IS. In compliance willi President AVil soifs noli", Austria is evacuating occupied territory, according to Vienna dispatches received here today. BY CARL D. GROAT tl'ulted Trts Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, Oct. IS. "The next two weeks slipuld de termine whether or not we will have a spring campaign. In the meantime, we are proceeding on lhe theory that war is still going on and a spring campaign on big lines must be fought.'' This summary of war and peace situation came today to the United Press-from a general officer, who holds an important place in the war establishment. Iijf United Press. AMSTERDAM. Oct. 18. ...

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. — 18 October 1918

w V m m m T Page Two THE EYEXIXG 3IISSOCRIAX, FRIDAY, OCTOBER IS, 191S. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN I'ulillshei every evening except Sunday by The lllssourlan Association. Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bide. Down stairs. Tbones: Business, 53; News, 274. Entered as second-class mall matter. City: Yir. ?3.73; 3 months. J1.00; montb, 40 cents; cony, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County; Year, L23; C months, tl.73: 3 month. SO cents. Outside tbe county: Year $4X0; 3 months, Jl.i; month. 45 cents. O.VE 1AY BUT THAT'S ENOUGH A billion a day for two days that's the appeal from Secretary McAdoo. And now one of those days is gone. Saturday is the last day for buying Liberty Bonds. Fortunately, one day is all you need to buy all the bonds you can possi bly pay for. It doesn't take any longer to buy $5,000 worth of bonds than it does to buy a single $30 bond "Let every true American citizen,' says .McAdoo, "examine himself under the white light of patriotism and say whether or not he has done h...

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. — 18 October 1918

FM..IU... t-UpHJPIJU-i-J l'm "I THE EYEXIXG 3IISS0URIAX, FRIDAY, OCTOBER IS. 191S. Vase Three if ' tXJW,m' J THET CALLED HER "IODIXA" Large, But a Fine Xurse Was This Hospital Worker. By FRANK J. TAYLOR (United Press Staff Correspondent) WITH THE AMERICAN ARMIES IX FRANCE. Oct. 4 (By Mail). They called her "Iodina" and she was the surgical dressing queen. She was tall and extremely stout and with her horn-rimmed glasses she was more professional than beautiful to look upon. "Iodina" was her name in that hospital because of her philosophy, which put in a single word was "io dine." Iodine was applicable to any wound that came her way. believed this big American nurse. It was interesting to natch her at her work. A man as big as sdie would be big and clumsy, his finders would get in the way of bandage-., and lie would hurt you ev ery time he touched you. liut not t,o with "Iodina." She was as deft and gentle as the daintiest miss in the establishment, as she re moved lumlages, blood-cl...

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. — 18 October 1918

. -iffm THE EYENIXG MISSOCMAX, FK1DAY, OCTOBER IS, 191S. Page Fonr speak, ac t and serve c "- r'-Sw P'yT 'TT-JL a, vrzn -ssfe ? ;- v J 5j5 .-. I gaiiiHjgwiigiiir There are, it may be, many months of fiery trial and sacrifice ahezd of iW It is a fearful thing to lead this great peaceful people into war, into thS most terrible and disastrous of all warscivilization itself seeming f. be in the balance. But the right is more 'preciouthanjpeace, and w& shall fight for the things which we fcavealways carried nearest our hearth for democracy, for the right of those who submit toauthority to have a f voice in their own governments-for therightsand liberties of small na-' tions, f or a universal dominion of right by sucha concert of free people 3 as shall bring peace and safety to all nations and make the' world itself at last free. To such a task we can dedicate our lives and our fortune, everything that we are and everything we have, with the pride of thor who know that the day has com...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 October 1918

I mv THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1918 NUMBER 42 u 1 t WILSON TIGHTENS PEACE CONDITIONS ON AUSTRIA Autonomy Not Enough For "Oppressed Peo ples" Now, Says Presi dent's Reply to Note. IS TURNDOWN Subject Races to Decide Demands to Be Made Upon Government of Dual Monarchy. ItY KOr.MIT J. ISKXDER (United I'ress Staff Corres;oudent) WASHINGTON, Oct. 1!. President AViKon today answered Auslria-I Iiinjary "s plea for peace with the reply that conditions are so altered sinee January S that we caniHit aecept now the auton omy plan as the hasis of pence. Instead he insisted that the op pressed peoples of the Dual Mon archy "shall he the judges of what action on the part of the Austro-IIungarian Government will satisfy their aspirations." In substance it was a refusal to dp any peace business with Aus tria. President Wilson's reply to Austria was considered by the Czecho-Slovak National Council a master-stroke toward the disruption of t...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 October 1918

I.fi. T ? $ y TnE EYEXIXG MISSOURIAX, SATU ROAY, OCTOBER 19, 191S. Page Two 1 THE EVENING MISSOURIAN! o for so long, itlll concedes the rignts 01 muse memuera ui mat "" I'nMlsliert everv cvenlni: eirept Sunday l.y Tlie Missourian Association. Incorpo rated. Columbia. Mo. Vlrjrinla Bids, down stairs. I'boncs: Business, K; ?ews. Z71. stairs. I'bones: Entered as second-class mall matter. ority who may live within the new nation. Initiative and referendum are pro- - i vided for. Then too are the rights City: Year. 9S.7T.: a months. i-0.; which seem commonplace to us, but month 40 cents: copyi 2 cents. By mall In ISoone County; Year. $3.25; 0 Months.! which are not SO common In other county:3 fmonliSplaces-the right to free speech and uiohtli. 45 cents. SCRAPE THE BOTTOM There's still time to buy Liberty Bonds. The headquarters at 911 Broadway will be cpen this evening Tor last-minute subscriptions. If you haten't already gone the lim it, you'll have to hustle or lose your last chance. A...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 October 1918

x- r ,u-wr "wm i-wn.&""g?vvrmi jv - yw-T wa jtjf "iyTf rg" " . - TYPHOONS CAUSE KING j A UTTLE UNHAPRNESS! Columbia Boy Writes of Trip to Vladivostok With Am bassador Morris. HE RK ACHES SIBERIA A.Mimnmi'i; P. S. Ofiirinl td Russia On a Trip of Inspection. Frank II. King, a Columbia boy. who has just arrived in Vladivostok as special correspondent for the Japan dvcrtiser. in his first article for his paper, writes: "Tweii y-fimr hours behind schedule because of maneuvers with two ty phoons, the Uozan Maru. with the American Ambassador to Japan. Mr Koland S. Morris, on board, arrived at Vladivostok at daybreak this morn ing. If anything of importance hap pened on board during the voyage it nil! go unchronicled. for from a few miles out of the Tsuruga harbor to within a few miles of the Siberian port, the Advertiser correspondent was curled up in a cabin with a feel jug somewhere that each plunge of the 0. S. K liner would be the last and about ready to welcome such a relief measu...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 19 October 1918

H THE ETEXIXO MISSOriUAX, SATC KDAY, OCTOBER 19, 191S. Tage Fonr t RESTORATION BEFORE TRUCE, FIGHTER MS M. U. Soldier Writes From France Against an Ar mistice Now. ALSACE FOR FRANCE America to Have Enduring Friendships of Her Allies, He Says. The following letter was written by John Dunnegan to his parents. Mr. anil Mrs. T.H. B. Dunnegan of Boli var. Mo. John Dunnegan attended the Uni versity several vears ago. He i with Company 11. 1st Army Headquarters Regiment, A. E. F. He has been in France for several months. ".My Dear Folks: Sitting uniler an oak tree I hear a motor running smoothly in the sky above me. Two planes have just come into view. What great things they are! Earlier in the morning there were half a doz en flying in formation. "Several planes have fallen on all sides of the camp hut none of the occupants have been injured. Thee men know a different world from ours. "Now and then we see numbers of Hat cars laden with wrecked planes coming back from the front to be re pa...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 21 October 1918

w T jf: y-ju nV'lJWMUf.JipKpi-M i THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21, 1918 NUMBER 43 b 4k FOE'S LYS LINE IS BROKEN; YANKS FACEOTER FIGHT Allies Already At Next Defense Line, Along Es cault River Prisoners Say Unanimously That American Sector North of Verdun Will See v Fiercest Battling on Whole Front. U. S. PRESSURE CONTINUES Germans Keep Reinforcing Pivotal Points Which Pershing Is Attacking They Hope, by Hold ing This Region, to Prevent Disaster to Re treating Forces Farther North. llj United Press. LONDON', Oct. 21 (2:15 p. in.). The Germans have been hurled hack over the Lys River at three places and the Allies are driving " dew to Ghent and Tournai, Field Marshal Ilaig reported today in a special statement on the Flanders offensive. His report made it evident that the attempt of the Germans to wake a stand on the line of the Lys River has been overwhelmed and that the Allies are already in touch with the next defense line along 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. — 21 October 1918

rf-j"rS'" V5 . w Page Two THE EVENING 3IISS0URIAN, 3I0XDAY, OCTOBER 21, 191S. &&8?$?r' " V'-T"3 A" HHBHHHHI9BP9HHRSBH - m K r Mr THE EVENING MISSOURIAN PuMMeil every evenlnp except Sunday) uv The Mlsounan Association, incorpo rated. Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bldg. Down stair. Phones: Business, 53; News, 274. Kntprpil as second-class mall matter. Ac (vpt.mce for milling at Kpeclal rate of postape provided for lu Swtion 1103, Act or October 3, VJli juinonzeu seuieiuuvr Ji. litis Rolla S. Watson, next of City Year, $.X75; 3 mouth. J100; inoiilli. to cents; copy, 2 cents fly mall in Itoono County; Year. $3."; G months, $1.73; 3 months, !t0 cents. Outside the county: Year, S1.00; 3 months, $1.23; month, 45 tents. A Liberty Bend Is something on the order of a stay-at-home equivalent of a service stripe. MATCH THE YANKEES "Yanks Flank Argonne Hills," says a small headline, while larger tjpe tells of the Germans' flight from Bel gium and the sweeping advances of the Allies along the co...

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. — 21 October 1918

r . JV -$K3Z? '!'- THE EVENING MISSOURI.!, 3I0XI) AY, OCTOBEK 21, 1918. "Ki- Tage Three ii in m i ii JiiiiMJiii JiPilWiW11 ' ' W i . Announcement by Anheuser-Busch Missouri's Largest Industrial Institution President Wilson, as a necessary conservation measure, has issued a Proclamation prohibiting the manufacture of cereal beverages on and after Dec. 1, 1918, which Proclamation also makes it necessary to dis continue the manufacture ofBevo the Anheuser-Busch soft drink. As a patriotic duty we accept without reservation the conditions of the President's Proclamation and on and after Dec. 1 our manufacturing plants will be closed and they will remain closed until such time as we may be permitted to reopen them with the full sanction of the Government, or until we convert them for the . manufacture of materials required by the Government in the prosecution of the war. The Government s conservation program makes it necessary to suspend the beverage business of the Anheuser-Busch plants....

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. — 21 October 1918

"Wr."- Js"' v w l -VK " iirs, . "9JV THE ETEMXG MISSOURIA-V, 3I0XD AY, OCTOBER 51. 191S, Page Fonr f bi- m ,,' w PADDLING HELPS TO THCHJjLL RULES Home Guard Members Get Lesson on Hike North of Town. FIVE FAIL IX TEST On Guard Duty, They Per mit Corporal to Take Their Rifles. Five members of the Columbia Home Guard learned, probably for life es- tenlaj on the company's hike to the oil well five and a half miles north I west of town, that a soldier on guard must not give up his rijlc even to an otlicer. according to Lieutenant I. C Adams , Seven members of the company were detailed to guard the camp when the old well was reached The command ing olEcer decided to test the guards' knowledge of militar rules, so he sent a corporal around to each of them to ask to inspect their guns. Fne of the seven guards handed their guns over to the corporal and he Kept them, thus leaving the guards on duty without weapons A relief was sent out to take their places and when those who had been guarding...

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. — 22 October 1918

1 ft ll THE EVENINQ MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, O CTOBER 22, 1918 NUMBER 44 J 'A, vi BATTLE FLARES UP ON EASTERN END OF FRONT North of Verdun and Along Whole Line to Lorraine Fighting Is Growing in Intensity. rains"aTd foe Retreat Goes On in Bel gium Germans to Fall Back on Leige, Metz and Strassburg. By United rrc. PARIS. Oct. 22 (4:0." p. in.). Tin' battli' in tin Vouziers region was renewed today with redonliled violenee. The Germans, who are using an enormous number of men in their determination to pre vent a flanking of the Argonne JIassif on the north, are suffering heavy losses in the hard fighting. General de Goutte's army is re ported to be advancing swiftly in Belgium. By United I'rcs. PAIMS. Oct. 22 (4:20 p. in.). Artillery fighting is increasing along the whole front from the AVoevre region into Lorraine, ac cording to battle front dispatches received here this afternoon. French and American reeon noitering parties on this front have pen...

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. — 22 October 1918

t Pajje Two THE EVEXINO 3IISSOURIAX, TUB SHAY, OCTOBEK , 1913. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN I'ulilUlitH cterr cvfiilus exi-cpt Sunday liv Tin- Ml-isourlnn A-o-iatliii. Inrorpo miiil. Coiuiniiii. ji.i. Virelnlj lUilir. Iin-vlalr-. riioncs: I;um1iic", "."; News, 1171. Hutrivil .i soi.n.l l:isi.m.iil matter. Ac vitaniv fur mailing at sjKi-ial rite of lMitiiK- iirnvliliil for in Sw-tlmi lll. Act of u.iuImt 3, 1U1T authorized September Li;, l'tfs. Citv: Year. $3.".; 3 months. $1.00; month. -) cmiis; nijiy. " -ents. Ity mail tn i:.ne tViunty; ear. fZSi; month. !.".": 3 month. W cent'". Out-hie the county: Year, jfljit: 3 mouths, ?l.-; mull tin V -ent-. With the schools closed, many lit tle beys face the dreaded job of rak ing the leaves off the lawn. (It's too !ad that the leaves hae to be raked when there is a football game in prog ress on the corner lot.) PRLM'K MAX IS IX A IU'RRY One thing is evident amid the con fusion arising from the diplomatic dialogue with Germany. Germany wants an armi...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 22 October 1918

m V Vl HOW ARTHUR BRISBANE ISSUED HIS OWN "EXTRA'' How Arthur Brisbane, the noted newspaper man who has visited Co lumbia on several occasions, recently got out an extra of his newest news paper, the Evening Wisconsin, was told in a letter received here from Leo Wolfsohn. a former student in the School of Journalism, now employed ., iho Milwaukee Leader. Mr Tlris-' hane has just bought the Evening Wis-! consin and the Dailv New s, both Mad-1 hon papers l nere is a report that he has also purchased a third Madison paper, the Free Press, but this has not been confirmed Mr Brisbane was in Madison last .Monday the first day that he took charge of the Lvemng Wisconsin A1 fire broke out m the city after the en- tire staff of his paper had left for the day leaving Mr. Brisbane prac tically the only person in the edi torial rooms although the mechanical force was still at wortc. Mr. Bris bane decided to issue an extra He himself, did it He wrote the story which follows: "Fire started at 7 o...

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. — 22 October 1918

.frtHB1' THE EVENING MISSOCRIAX, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1913. Page Four 1 a'"5 ' il (i TOUGH LUCK COLLEGE GIRLS PLAY HASEBALL Three Near T BY American Victory Aviators But It Slipped Away. praised"by CHIEF Officers Say They Have Ov ercome Obstacles and Made Good Record. j Songs and Stunts Around Campfire Part of Entertainment. The faculty and students of Chris tian College held their annual camp fire yesterday afternoon on the Van diver farm, one mile north of town. A baseball game was played be tween the juniors and the seniors in the afternoon. The seniors won, 25 to 7. After the game supper was served around a campfire in cafeteria style, and a short program consisting of songs and stunts was given. YESTERDAY'S LATE NEWS Improvement in the influenza situa tion in six states was shown by re ports received yesterday by the Pub lic Health Service-, but twenty-seven other states reported the disease still S. A. T. C. TO GIVE 20,000 Representatives of Federal Districts Meet In Kansas Ci...

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. — 23 October 1918

in H THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23, 1918 NUMBER 45 vj' j- E; ALLIES REPLY Secretary Lansing and Gen eral Si arch, U. S. Army Chief of Staff, Also Called In by President. ANSWER IS NOT EXPECTED TODAY No Fruits of Victory Will Even Be Risked by Amer ican Government, Says Cabinet Member. BULLETIN By United Tress. PAK1S, Oct. 2:5. "Germany must submit or fight. If she de sires an armistice, Foch will dic tate it." Louis Bartliou, former French Premier, declared today, spcakiiii: at a ceremony in honor of tlie Americans. BY IIOBKKT J. BENDER (United Tress Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, Oct. 2;). Pres ident "Wilson today was in com munication with the Allied gov ernments o the questions involv ed in the disposal of the latest German move for peace. The official text of the German note was delivered at 10 o'clock this morning. It was said at the State Department at 11 o'clock that there "probably" would be no reply forthcoming from...

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