The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 354, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 24, 1917 Page: 1 of 14
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tlmee a thie when tha ewbiid la u- ;
Inte-eeted tha Aeeecleled Preee reporie
hava an- additional vclua. Tha Po la a '
full mambar and earrlaa tha A I. 0'-
patenaa In avary laaua aa ayary adltiort.
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furnished a eurprtee te the twM.- In The.
Sunday Fact will fee a story ef the event
which MM tha envelopment. 7; -.-if
VOU;31:N035ii'-'V;'?. HOUSTONttaS SATURDAY;' MARGH;Z4f'l917 i'-! :f'iV'i )V IId'CB '5 CTKf
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W$ASt to meet the sittfation with Germany shall include preparation for effective and aggressive
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Saiitiearn astbdhtttheisendinkof ami
Safar it yas learned after todays cabinet meeting there has been no decision as to whether the sending of a military force to Europe shall be proposed; but the army as.well
as the navy and the industml resources of the natm
monina to train an wxmj tfx auca aor Tica aun many tuioga may mppan m iiui penoa
tha gorernment bar datermlnad to prorida asainat Vrery poaalbl emargvner. ;
. Broad queatlbna lnrolYad wan dlacoaaed Frtdajr at a Ions cabinet meeting to whlcn
heads oz Qapartmenta carried report on preparauofa already made and wnera conienf-
plated. Detalla Ve being taken op between Prealdent Wilaon and the indlrldual cabinet
v membera. . - ' ' ' .; ; f V V " '' '' .V'.' '
; ' V Regretfully the government apparently baa decided tbatince Germany waa making
war upon the United SUtea througtr ruthieaa' killing ot Americana and destruction ox
her shlpSk the issue must be met. with steps much more far-reaching than meft attempts
to protect individual merchant craft. .. ; - - v
U anythlnav4s ahead to prevent this it is not now foreseen. Once a state ot war is
declared to exist aggressive measures two expected to be taken. - '
' Notfaing'b to Be Taken for GnnteiL
. v' ; As outlined after Friday's cabinet meeting the preparations of the government are
not to be for a short war or a. war .marked by half-war 'meaaurea. Nothing ia to be
taken for granted. A complete program haa been prepared ao that everything dono
Will ho carried out In a systematic and orderly manner. '
j ;. The exact measure of American participation In the war is not expected to be
revealed until 'after the president addresses congress and until public sntlment crystal-
:. So tar as is kaowa.no political alliance with the entente allies is contemplated
t .'- 'althouaxt military as well aa naval co-operation la possible and the government will be
;''nspairlng in both' money and supplies for the allies.
' The prealdent has not yet written hla addreaa to congress although he has given 1C
' preliminary consideration and haa a general Idea of what he will propose. He Is expected
. if r to be- -specific -and to make clear that the American government and people have no
quarrel with the German people but can not tolerate the acts of the German government.
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' Poagibility of Senalng Anny Abroad Considered.
Whether an army will be aent abroad is to be left to the future. It would take many
But this possibility isj being considered and the government proposes to be ready for
' it as soon aa practicable . -v ' .. s "
Detailed plana requiring congreaslpnal action are expected to be complete when
congress meets April J. - prior to that time the. democratic and republican leaders of
the senate and the bouse wiH be here and will hold conferences with the prealdent and
. members of bis cabinet Speaker Clark and Representative Kltchln returned to Wash-
ington Friday from the South. . . ? !7 'i
-The Counci of National Defense and its advisory committee have been called to
meet Saturday morning .This council with the advisory committee of men prominent
J 'in almost every line of .endeavor is expected to play an Important part in the conduct of
.actual. Warf are. ' Through It' and thrfiugh Individuals and organisations many proffers
of help and cooperation have come from all parts pf the country.
The meaaurea decided upon are military naval industrial and financial. They are
understood to be moat comprehensive. All are receiving the personal attention of the
prealdent The army plana -have been fully drawn and a portion ot them may become
evident at any time. Some are contingent upon action by congress. Their first object
will be to fully protect the United 8taes against any contingency.
in the form of credits or money. It Is also understood that the supply of munitions
for the allies will be augmented 'rather than diminished. - ' i
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Massachusetts Legislature Appropriated $1000000. V ' " '
After the cabinet meeting the president saw Governor McCall pit Massachusetts for :.
an hour and was told of preliminary preparedness measures taken hy New England ' :
States and offered complete co-operation. The Massachusetts' legislature has appro- '
priated $l)00000 which Governor McCall said will. be spent largely to prepare the
State' National Guard for quick service. He will aee Secretary Baker Saturday. :
Conferences on the legislative program will begin at the capitol early next week. -Secretary
McAdoo Repreaentative Kltchln and Representative Bull are expected '
to talk over the fiscal situation before next) Wednesday the tentative date set for a
meeting of the democratic members of the ways and means committee' the revenue .
raising. body of the house. Various measures for providing additional revenue are being .
considered including the possibility of resort to additional taxes on whisky tobacco
and other specific artlclea. A mass of data relating to Income tax has been prepared .
by experts showing the effect of various possible extensions of the law r . '.
Industrial Plants of Country Being Co-orcfinated.
The navy program aside from the actual movements of existing ships contem
plates the budding of vessels of all classes Just as rapidly aa the resources of the
nation will permit and the manning of them as. fast as constructed. Secretary Daniels
will confer with private bulUera Saturday. i '
The Industrial plans now being co-ordinated by the Council of National Defense
include mobilisation of skilled and unskilled labor Tor the manufacture of munitions
In as large quantities as possible and for the continuance of all necessary industries.
Secretary Wilson In co-operation with the Council of National Defense has the
plans well under way.
Just how much money will be asked of congress haa not been revealed. A move-
ment. Is well under way for furnishing the entente allies with an "enormous loan either
Loan of Five Billions to Entente Is Suggested -
A possible loan of $5(000000000 to the ententes was among the suggestions pro
sented to the president Friday. ' V A
' The banks of the country it was pointed out are in a position of . strength today
never before approximated In their history.
The latest report of the comptroller of the currency shows the resources of the
federal reserve aystem to be greater than those of all the chief belligerents combined.
Nearly all of the huge accretions Of money that have poured Into the country
during the two and one-half years of war could be made available for uae la war
whether expended by thla government or by other governments engaged In fighting a
Thus while an American army of sufficient sise to conduct aggressive warfare has
not yet been raised and would have to be trained and equipped American dollars. It
was pointed out need no training and are abundant
BETWEEN 251M SO
(te lfandred More Were Injured and
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r iJSEW ALBAN xt lnd.- Marcn 2J.- uetween 25 and 50 persons were killed and probably 100 or
more- rert injured by a storm which late Friday swept over New Albany demolishing scores of resi-
f '. j: i j i . i i .
A oences ano. several inauspnai pianis.
:-'p& Twenty-five bodies are known to have been recovered and it is said this number will be matcrial-
. Iy increased.
4 The Hghting system for the residence section of. the city was put out of commission-by the etorm
f 4 and-the ; work ot rescue is proceeding slowly and with difficulty.
:;ifi;-k In addition to the bodies taken to undertaking establishments there were reports of others that
$ iwcre uiKcn .10 private iiuincs.
iua rum. in iqb aaruieH li m prvumuia
that the full lint of dead and Injured will
not be known before Saturday..
Late Friday night 18 bodies had bean
Identified and nine remained unknown.
v Tbe storm struck tne coryaon pike
t 'Snout two miles from .New Albany and
; 't- Enterlna the city at State etreetVjiear
V Haljr It swelSt through three blocks. At
vtha Intersection of State and Pearl streets
It lef t the' around then struck asatn-at
. Vlnoennea street and the ' Charleetown
road nearly a mile away. At that point
Owelllnsa In three blocks were demol-
iahed. ... - .
.. : In ita progress alone the Cory don pike
- tha storm uprooted hundreds ot trees and
V destroyed many small houaea. many-of
whoae occupants were lnjured.v
. Because of .the difficulty In aearchmg
v'.i.f iv . i . 1 " . '. .
A baby about ( months of age was found
floating In a small stream. Into which It
had been borne by the wind. The child
was alive and clinging to a dog which ap-
parently had been killed by the storm.
The cMld died In the arms of its res-
cuer.' latter an aunt reported that both
tha father and mother1 ot the baby had
been killed. -
Tea streets in the path of the storm
were- a mass of wreckage.
An appeal waa made to tha city au-
niCREASE IN RATES
Eastern Lines Petition I. C. C. to
. Amend Its Rules. V
l"'"'.0r - ... T mi ii iiiBMaaaaaaaa.
' Wtstern and Sontaern Xoads to
V ; Take Similar Aotionlnoreased
- ; " Expenses Cittd as Caoso
'jc ' ; for Eeaueit.; '
. WASHINGTON March St. The chief
railroads of. the East Friday petitioned
tha tnteratate commerce commission to
' : atnaad Its rules) to permty a general ln-
. creaae la all freight rates. ..
Western ailroads notified the oommla.
atoa that tbeWOo would ask for a
era! lnoreasa In freight rates and prob-vj
ably wRl follow the BJastera roads In
asklnr foi; a Suspension of the rules.
iV Bouthern roads Ira axpacted to k take
'altltUar stiesK '; y' (4
' fha proposed inaraaeea probablr. will
'Tang betwei 1 and 1 per eent.-ao-
cording' tt location of the roads with In
dlcatlohs pointing a flat: Increaaa of it
par cent belnj' requested In tha eaaa ot
tha Baatern roada4whlu) 'carrr.the graat
volnina of the oounry'o trafflc ;. '
Announoeroent of the - Increase desired
for .Kaatera' roads probably will be made
by the conference of railroad preaidenta
o tha eornnilaston
rules the Eastern
roads represent that they ara sustaining
and ara threatened with enormous de-
ureaaeo lit net operating lnoome"due to
large Inoraaaaa lnwagea. in cost of fuel
in NawTarlt- Saturday.
In their annllcatton t
-for a suspension of the rule the Baate
-oal other material supplies and equip
. went and to increased cost of capital."
.. 'substantial Increases In -freight ratea
' are bnperatlTaly demanded by their Bnan
ni eoadltlon'' the application reads.
"Aha amargenor. requlrea that these In
t wmee should be made. In tha most ex
i -itttous manner and wito. tbe least poa-
fcaiie delay.'.' -v- ' v ;'-
What the petitioners had In rnlrtd by
n.ir(.j increases" la not revealed In
i. l .t an Indmatlon la given In an
i . ".i. t to t!e fn.nmon by
' THE WEATflEE. -
(Attteitttd Ft Report.) '
WASHINGTON Uvck IS. Bail Uxor
Saturday fair; cevltr in tauiktarU Sunday
fair; warmer in marth and central oriiamt.
.Wt Ta Saturday fair; warmer in the
uertk pertien. ' Sunday fair.
LouuiOma -Saturday 'atr; taUar in east
and toutk partiam. Sunday )eir end warmer.
Forecast for Hewton sod vicinity Satoraar
rsk asd ceMer. " . ' .
Tempemtare attn-aes aod preclpltatloa St
Heottoa for 24 boon eadloa rndsy T p. m.
tlaxlmnm 80; mlntaiaia OS; pnclpltatioa none.
AtBMMpberle amsare at Hoostoa at t p. m.
19 SR. n.
SonrlM S:21 s.
snawt :M p. m.
at Hoostoa (or Uaiefc
10 s. m.
I a. a.
Belstlre kanldltr T a.
S sa Ss par ant. i
a. SI per eeat; 3
''"V..'. - AMUfKMINTa. '' f
' City auditorium ob show. . -VAe
theaten Tlie aey Olrl."
Liberty theateri Maarts Afire." -
- lala thaataritne righilna Hnoo."v
Kay theater I i; "Oraat Kxpeetatlons." "
Oam theateri "Tha Black Butterfly." :
. Crowe thaateri "Burning tha Candle-'
Queen the Stan "Aladdin of roadway"
- Majastia theateri Vaudeville aftarnaon
and nlftht. i ' .' . v
frinee thraatart Vaudeville eontlnwoila
aftarnoon and night.
Xoe thaatan "Tvveirty Thouaand
Laaguaa Under the.aea.'' '
r cent increase which waa asked for in
IS would not be of any practical use aa
applied to the present eltuetkm. Tha
aranUng of a ( par cent Inoraaaa baaed
upon existing freight rtvenuae ot tha
companies (-Eastern railroad companies)
would not oome anywhere aaar would aot
begin to pay tha bill for fuel and for- la
ir under tha Aaamaon act alone."
Tha tentative plan of the- railroads ao
far aa.dlacloied Is ta request approval of
a flat.lncraasa In freight ratea on all com
mod lea except coal coke and er ITr-nn
t!.re t -m Ttropotd' snf 'fo in
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thoritief of Louisville who aent a large
number of policemen to the ' scene. In
addition every available officer from the
Indiana State reformatory at Jefferson-
villa and from the Jeffersonville police
force were hurried to the. stricken dis-
State troops. It waa reported Friday
night ara on the way to the scene. Citl-
sens from surrounding towns hastened to
new Aioany and offered aid. '
Carlisle;. ind. March is. Two men
were killed three persons aarioualy Injured
and a dosen less seriously hurt wherd a
tornado devastated a thickly populated
farming district south af Carlisle Friday
rroperiy oamage is esumatea at f ioyjwo
AMENDMENTS TO THE
in i m - i
Four of Hem Proposed by Legisla
ture m Regular Session.
Three Separate Emotion 'Days Are
rronded and the Extra Cost of
This KvieioA WilT
By H. MJehnston.
(Houston Post Staff Corraapondant.)
AUSTIN. Texas March Ss.-f-Jolnt
lutlona providing for eboaUtutlonal
amendments necessarily reaulre alec
tlons. When these elections are fixed
concurrent with a general election day
they ara inexpensive; but. whan a dis
tinct election day Is provided the coat la
considerable. It la claimed that a con
stitutional amendment has little chance
of successful passac by tha people on a
gaaeral election day and for thla reeaon
a eeparate day la often Hamad;
Four Joint resolutions ware passed by
the Thlrty-nrth- legislature and will be
-nit up to the people thla year for their
decision. Two of thenf will coat tha 8tata
little; bqjt the other two trill coat ap-
proximately a quarter of a million dol-
lars. Thla aooney will not coma out of
the 8tete treasury but out of tha pock-
eta of tbtj taxpayers just the same aa the
coat comes on eachv county.
TWO TO BB VOTED ON I 1
AT OCNKRAt ELECTION.
The two propeeed eoaaUtatlonal amend-
menta that wfll be voted on at the aext
general elecUon Tuaaday. Novewbar 1.
HIT are onavprovwina for a t cant
tax levy foj maintenance of the public
free schooli iut ef whk a euifldeat
amount ahall be aet vslde to provide free
text books for the use of the ehlldrea at
leading the puhUo achoola tha preaeat
tax levy of tt cenU for achoola being in-
sufficient: the other e to permit tha
taking out of P'-ite depositions of wit
neeaea In criminal nrooecutlone for via.
latlona of to snM-tmxt lara. The first.
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Initial DayJnThis Port nc in TqH
Taken by Torpedo
Lieutenant Slayton Announced Visiting Hours
From 1 1 a. m. to o p. m. Keid Will Sail Sun-
day at Noon Naval Militia and Marines to Go
Aboard Sunday at 9 a. m.
Tha destroyers have oome and they are
("Houston's. This Is the message that Lieu
tenant C. C Slayton commanding the
torpedo boat destroyers Reid and Mon
achal arrived Friday noon In the turn-
ing basin might have sent to the navy
For. they are Indeed Houston's for the
next few days and Houston proceeded to
take charge about as soon aa the two long
skinny greyhounds of tha sea berthed at
municipal dock No. 4. Long and skinny
aptly describes the boats for they are
built for speed They cut the water like
sharp rasor. Bpth boats stand about
KO feet In length and their width la
scarcely more than a man can Jump start
ing with a good run.- In fact tt would
not be at all Impossible tq clear either
ship with one single running Jump.
Their coming Is- the first offloial visit
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para to tne new port 01 tne nauon oy un
cle Seat's naval fighters. Their advent
marks a new era In the life of the Hous
ton ship channel. As the Held nosed her
way. from tne cnannei insa tne turning
basin about 1:30 o'clock Friday J. A.
Morgan trafflc commissioner of -the
Chamber of . Commerce and one of the
chief exponents of the channel standing
In reverence of what tha ahlp represented
WHAT WOULD GENERAL
SAM HOUSTON SAY.
"What would old Sam Houston aay If
ha could stand where I am standing and
what I ara seeing Ships of the
United Btates navy entering the town he
founded atray from the aea on tha banks
of aa old bayou I".
Tha. first vessel to arrive waa the RekL
6hortJy after 11. during the . noon hour
while the stevedores and other hands at
municipal dock No. 1 ware Idling away
tha time soma keen aya sighted a small
patch of amoka .Just around -the curve
toward Harrlaburg. "Yonder aha cornel"
one husky negro voice called and lmm-
dlataly tha scene where tne Oaaabaw lay
became one of great activity. Many who
ware on the dock crowded to tha adgaa
and to the aides of tha Ossabaw to sea
the Raid as aha gilded by.4 A aaoufot
greeting waa beard aa the trim little
fighter bove In sight
Thoaa at the municipal dock No. 4
where she waa to berth heard it and kept
on 'the. lookout. Preeently : tha vessel
poked her noaa around -the Muff and slid
Into the turning basin no tug in- sight!:
On' tne Dow or tne ooax iraoa Assistant
8urgeon William C Lyon attached to
tha local naval recruiting station.' On tha
bridge I stood 1 Lieutenant t Slayton with
other officers of the ahlp with the pilot
Thoaa on tha dock cheered 4a she eased
her' way to tha western and of the new
structure. In a jfaa-aalnutea she waa
made faeV'V ''& r f !
MONAQHAN iB-ITHaorv-;.. .
No sooner had aaa tiaa up taut tne
Monaghan alao : came late the turning
i without a tug; oBhe berthed just
behind" tha BoW;-'? ;" V fK. J ''V
J.-A. Mnfn and Lieutenant Rowan of
m n - i . -1 r tl
handsome young officer a Chesterfield la
comportment of average build trim and
erect with excellent health showing with
every movement he typlfee tha strong
An smiles at tha sight of tha two who
had come aboard to greet him. Lieutenant
Slayton took oceaalen to say a few words
about the ship channel.
"Not a mite of trouble all the way"
he Smiled. "From the Ban Jacinto river
to tha turning basin we made eight knots
an hour (about 10 miles) which Is an
excellent apeed for craft of tils build in
a narrow and winding body of water. Of
course In tbe open sea we go much faster.
The faster we go the mora readily the
ahlp responds to the rudder.
DELIGHTED WITH .
"But both Lieutenant Cox and I 'are
delighted with the channel. There waa
no danger at all and only one place near
the Ban Jacinto river where wa had to
take especial care."
Lieutenant Cox commanding tha Mon-
aghan which had tied up In tha mean-
time eame up and smiled hla acquiescence
to hla commanding' officer's compliment to
the channel. '
There were no formalities of opening
tne snips to tne public About ioo per-
sons were on hand and at a word from
Lieutenant Slayton a gangplank was
swung ashore and a quartermaster took
ma post at the snip s ana of tno gang-
plank and the ship waa oaen for. inspec
tion. Men women and chlldren Imme
diately began piling aboard.
The officers' of the detachment want
ashore and mingled with officials woe
were atandlng on the dock. r
Superintendent of Police Ban Jk tV.vi-
son ooofarred with Lieutenant Blayton
concerning the number of men ha would
require of the police department for
guard duty about the docks. Then the
omcers talked with Mr. Morgan concern
ing tne arrangements for tha afternoon.
QIRL8 HAD FLOWERS
FOR BAILOR BOYB.
About l:St o'clock .the school children
began coming down. Among the 'first
waa a crowd' of high aohool girls and then
came the smaller ones.
One of tha girls gave a sailor boy her
Iwumi-. pwu muiiv-j .uu ns smiieo ana
thev talked and ha Invited her aboard to
see the ahlD. Tha others than nothlne
loath did tha same. Therefore the Ice
waa broken and everything went smoothly
on. Tha girls spent a perfectly wonderful
hour and It Is safe to aay that tha eallor
lads did tha same.
At tha same time another boy and girl
Incident waa betas: enacted further down
toward the .bow of tha solo. . The ahip'e
cook a- coal black young man from Vir-
ginia .set on a hatch door all aplok and
span In a right clean suit of blue aailor
clothes'. . A bevy of negro- girls were
sundlnay aa1nit - the wan of the ware-
house of the took.-looking with envy at
the . school girla who- had Juat-eaptured
aailor beaux. ' Suddenly one of tha negro
girls cried to the otnera: "Say look."
Then they made a. rush for him and
for the remainder of the afternoon the
cook waa In- negro's heaven. There ara
only about -four negroes in the' entire
eemplement of tbe two ships. ; ..
AUSTRIAN BAILORS U '-.. -' V: .
SILENT SPECTATORS ' '
-A' pathetic Incident of the day. was
when J. R. Cheek aboard hla yacht the
Mnjnc-l'a. which had carried the moving
Survivors Landed at Ymuiden Go to Rotterdam
State Department Was Notificd-ptain of
Tanker Had Been Instructed to .Follow 'Sup-
posedly Safe Route Indicated by Germany to
(AeekUed Pre Report.) ( ' ' "
ROTTERDAM March 23 via London. The seven Americana wjio perlsli-'
ed in the slnJtlna: of the Healdton were! W. Chandler second mate Brook-
lyn; Hudglna third mate Norfolk Va; .Walter Johnson third engineer.
Hoboken; S. Leveaux oiler Hoboken; George Healey second messman 8n
Francisco; R. W. Smith able seaman Chicagoand John Steiner able sea
man Pittsburg. ' .
Captain Christopher reached here Friday evening with all the survivors. !
who were feeling well notwithstand
ing the hardships they had undergone.
To tbe Associated Press Captain
"If we had not ahown our lights wa
might hava escaped. At S:15 o'clock
Wednesday evening with a moderate
breese and choppy sea I waa in the
cabin when aroused by a terrific concus-
sion. All the Hants went out and I
rushed on deck to atop tha engines.- I
found that a torpedo had gone through
amidships at the spot where the ship's
a lea ongnuy wi
The light clearly
name was Illuminated brightly wrecking.
tha engine room.
ife boats were made ready and
equipped for lowering. I rushed back to
tha cabin In the .dark and waa Just able
to grab a coat and the sextant when a
second explosion shook the ship. This
time It had been torpedoed eft. setting
the tanks ablate. The burning oil ran
ln all directions neceaaltatlni . .
get away. -
- "The submarine came up once and '
looked at the sinking ship. No signs
could be seen on th submarine which
Immediately dived under water again. In
Z0 minutes It was all over. Then came
IS hours In open boats. Insufficiently clad
and exposed to bitter bail and snow
storms until wa were picked up by the' '
Trawler Java. There was one Span larx) '
In my boat .whose clothes had bean burned '
off; He died of exposure. - . .
"According to my calculations we ware
well within the socalled aafa channel
when the Healdton waa torpedoed."' ;
Reported Details -
(Atteeietod Preee RepertJ
WASHINGTON March tX The first .
detailed account of tha sinking of the
Close Watch Kept bn
Germans at El Paso
Associated Pre Repart.)
KL PASO. Texas March M. The ship
ment by German commercial firms of a
large sum of money Into ' Mexico Friday
nlgnt it is learnea irom. a reiiapie
source haa been brought to the atten
tion of the government investigators
here. The amount of tbe shipment la
Mexican secret service authorities aay
a German rrom tne Tampico autnot
who left here two weeks ago with the
express i J Intention of going to .Fran
cisco VUla'a camp to have a conference
with him. haa returned : It la not Imown
whether he succeeded la seeing Villa. .
American secret service officers con
tinued to keep a clone watch 'Friday oa
tha movements of locar Ocrauuta who are
not infer! nan eltiaana. ' ""J-i- 6J'1".s--1 i'
Snmora that 4 eenaua' oC Gemvan sub
jects hare and en tha border waa being
made .by government -offlclala prelim-
inary . to the mtar-aneat of. thoaa Oer-
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Johnston, R. M. The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 354, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 24, 1917, newspaper, March 24, 1917; Houston, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth609101/m1/1/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .