2IfFWASMHINcOON.NOV. 1 o
oratic Leader Kitchin announced So-?k ' r_4' ti p ti Ktday that Champ Clark would be the
Democratic leader in th~e next congress. Mr. Kilton said he did not,,z expect to retire from the nmember',iÂ~ co,.--otrship,of the waye and meanseco mnit.
parad. 9t,$.000.._.iN pr Tork boye Democrstic oMember, bcts;hat it -eei.
srtf. 'we r geld in ~ysriousi pa'tg wsy5 w4 customary for the speaker,
rf the cioo t th. eiaife r_? the minrity
of esci -he $ * etaet~at stersto na ~h~tge:t~ cntolof mod'house.
in tl)e.TlJ ted Wag; Wor$c jmmpalgn. Hs added that he and 8peeker Clark
The processions started atl a given had not yet' discussed the situation.
hour fron.t nearly every ppblic school,
end were tollowed -by mass bmastings, "Patrolman itTakcenaIl.
-At the 'start. of today's activities Patrelinan H. 1L. 't32 North
it -was snntoupieed that 5,181,2 2. had Twonty-secon Ocwas'. ound lyrbeen sub c i>e~- toward the'j city' ing unconscious Tuesday porning at
quota of VfJb.iOOA.. Thirty 'picked Tow; *nd Lucas mt"_1t01 i s beteams of. ipe4t en ate, women' lleved. he is sufter14g tg qf4 in attack
sarted a:risf p large 'corpcvs.-' of influans. Polie rlhved him to
tions for' db t iod ~~ his homea.
theb-m Ao-fenforce '.iedt"a Or, theg
j 'f Wten thy alt4C,wfir fit dthe a
Seeteto 2eat to' et- Ands"arde- to. Granillont to ngbof.hons to
eagt of Maulen_ anilrsic eat of
the P'rasoo-Beil orbtder to.north
of Itocrol, T'lencdlte like was along
th Mss'to ii~esiewees sd i *nd IL
acrbs'-tbe t ~in th~ egion Qy
-Stenify. "' T*heb. 5outheast1#ard idauth /
of M u~da4 nertheast of Yetn northzeat of Pot -a M b ~het
line then paralleled the Lomrie taostier to west of, Markirehe, where itE
Lentered' Alsace whence it raha south-r
I-miles wes of'the Rhine. is
rPadt w'selh na ierance had bean entirely elhe~rti of Ri
the invaders except for the naerrow e
trp of territory -from Mouse to t:
t Alsce... l
FO swt $i
a(~ USdiosis Ae ~eW l1 e 't
Lss ec edwigb Â~*ie tet R
Peace T e r
WASh I GOND.'.. Q'V. -
nucourag gnews fronm Russia is
tasbing the; stats departmnt Tere e4l
snow Vole' round for the hope ta
tussia wtilloote bek and.fit;'
raentually 'ae f A. eso lte4 with:
he alies- trid the tTMted ' tomd' i t~5
Wakintg the di'iipeie term s'for tE
A. J. Sack', director of.theLb us. a
aforniatic -harass ino tills ia
Y:'.+' V. r1 'i+. - -Mi 'i...r
Board of A4 $istration to s
Make. Inquiry.1fJFederal go
Autjiorities'a Intentions. of
The board of administration will in
inquire, at once of the federal >atethorities, at Wislington whether it w
is still.th* infition to take over the a,
w stag ~ eofor tie deattcr a-fedt
Arneriban soldiers. When arrangement5Werre made for the schodl i
was. nplaetood that in the event iic o
ti e - of the war appease4-near vii
before the government took over the to:
solpo; t Wouldi release the state from is
its c;ontract. 'The contract has been b
sig d- fot- two -weeks by smember. a
'e9 - e administration board, but so r
far nthbing bat been heard from the fr
',taIs,ertain that the students of U
~e schep. will be permitted to re-s!
t, b rsveral weeks, andi
t.< ogi r:cale sthat their
A~( O. OP~SCHOOLS.
OWfi*ials Vh t.Zf Aetivits
Thuarhds~y to~R Reedy fer Reel on
Welrk Miedey. tab
' ri p en derrt C. H. Fullerton stu
Wed' a rs l in tointnication with,all
Directar aItl'$inwith a view 1d
4, ohbien Clumbus
Scboo e +M.-'. t" sofar no p
peer. e piAben grunted.'
' a # 1dfftals in gelinflueasa ban B
dtwo days school
tvtef;t tI$,SII, tfild 14teach-_, wsitit t be At 1 'atthema-I
itb the beet elements of
tan people - agaent the'
foe ttva 'ws~a by 'neat
p ower ony"IV,,hm(fo
ort. As soon;, tis -a
Brow -te S i.'
'The 5aa ltoe ef an.
Sthe ITisok. ' the
C. "b W n ie nstitul~e sL eatI' blow"
esar, he opli*,:i
-predict teh in- t; oei
theyprobate.that at tg
i-owr of-th e sheVikti I
opgres* #f*: h.
amOmak s p
peksalfr. th~ eaiifi ' Ai'l0
rter aee Ail5t
isa to.rd'~e t
Ivohe aberh r abi lsh
Ml ese aities do erati
Ij begirt to
Son will be i
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