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m r .v .v ussians ussians to to Bolt German Peace iLeon Trotzky Trotzky Says the G J ernment Will Withdraw Even as Far as Ural Mountains Rather Than Submit. Submit. HOLY WAR IS POSSIBLE SAYS BOLSHEVIK CHIEF Petrograd Being Evacuated and Moscow to Be Declared Capital Capital Trotzky Admits That for Present United States and Russia Have Have Common Road. Road. Road. New Tork Tork Tork March 6. 6. By Associated Associated Associated Press. Press. Press. Press. Press. From From European European European Cables of the Pay. Pay. tte reports reports from Russia Russia Russia Russia In dicate dicate that the Bolshevik Bolshevik government government government government government probably probably will will not keep Us Us Us engagement with the Germans Germans Germans to ratify next Tues Tues Tues Tues Tues day the peace compact agreed upon at B rest-Id rest-Id rest-Id lovsk. lovsk. The evacuation of Petrograd by the the Bolshevik Bolshevik Bolshevik government government government and the populace populace already has has has been begun snd snd snd snd Trptiky. Trptiky. Trptiky. Trptiky. Trptiky. Trptiky. the foreign minister minister minister has has announced announced that the leaders leaders leaders leaders of of the revolution are prepared prepared to .fall .fall .fall .fall .fall back even to the the TJrat TJrat TJrat mountain mountain mountain mountain mountain whlcfi whlcfi separate separate separate GreeV GreeV GreeV GreeV Rul Rul Rul Rul Rul from from from Siberia Siberia Siberia Siberia and and and and pro- pro- pro- pro- B.r B.r German German German German German German to make the the the Germans Germans Germans their the Jtoeiiian Jtoeiiian Jtoeiiian for Krylen Krylen Krylen a 'pWteat 'pWteat 'pWteat o the the the German German German commander asking asking whether all all steps steps had had been been taken taken taken by him him for a a cessation cessation cessation of hostili hostili hostili hostili hostili ties. ties. ties. A lib lib message message message was was was dispatched dispatched dispatched to the Austro-Hungarian Austro-Hungarian Austro-Hungarian Austro-Hungarian Austro-Hungarian Austro-Hungarian commander. commander. The reason for for the the latter latter latter communica communica communica communica tion tion tion tion however however Is Is Is not not not apparent apparent for the the forces forces forces of the the dual monarchy monarchy monarchy monarchy are known to to to be bent on clearing clearing Little Russia Russia Russia of Bolshevik Bolshevik Bolshevik In order to carry out the compact to aid the Ukrainians Ukrainians Ukrainians In estab estab estab estab lishing- lishing- lishing- lishing- lishing- and administering administering administering their newly formed republic. republic. Whether Whether Japanese Japanese Japanese troops troops are to In vade vade Siberia and put down the disorder disorder disorder there and also also also make secure secure secure the great stores stores stores of all kinds kinds kinds kinds that that are In the the har har bor of of Vladivostok Vladivostok Vladivostok Vladivostok Vladivostok apparently apparently apparently has has has not yet been determined. determined. determined. determined. determined. In Japan the polit polit polit polit ical parties parties parties are not unanimously unanimously unanimously In favor of Japanese Japanese Japanese Intervention Intervention Intervention Intervention the leader of of the the ifcajority party party party In the diet. diet. for Instance Instance Instance Instance Instance having having having having declared that he nd his his his his follower follower follower are opposed opposed to the use use use use of Japanese Japanese Japanese Japanese troop troop troop In In the eastern eastern eastern part of the RuMlan RuMlan RuMlan empire empire empire unless unless unless unless con con ditions ditions ditions ditions there crow crow wor e and prove a menace menace menace to the status status status of of the the Far Far East. East. East. East. MI Moscow Moscow Moscow is is is to be TO capttal fjau..U. fjau..U. fjau..U. fjau..U. aad the sroTermnent sroTermnent propose propose to to publish publish publish a statement statement statement to to thl thl thl thl effect effect Immediately. Immediately. Petre Petre rad will will e e proclaimed proclaimed a free free port. port. port. port. Notwithstanding Notwithstanding Notwithstanding the signing signing signing signing of peace peace -the -the -the eovernment eovernment eovernment 1 determined to trans trans trans trans trans fer fer all the the the the the state- state- state- state- state- state- institution institution institution to Mos Mos Mos Mos Mos cow. cow. cow. NIAnl. NIAnl. NIAnl. NIAnl. NIAnl. NIAnl. Norogorod Norogorod and and Kazan. Kazan. Kazan. Kazan. Kazan. Kazan. The removal of the ministries ministries ministries ministries ministries of foreign foreign affair affair affair communications communications communications and and finance finance finance be be gan gan gan gan today. today. today. today. today. today. The The The population population population of Petro- Petro- Petro- Petro- crad crad crad i hastily hastily ulttln the city city city city but there are many many transportation transportation transportation transportation diffi diffi diffi culties culties culties culties culties and already the road road road leading from Petrograd Petrograd are crowded with all all all sort sort of vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle The Russian Russian Russian delegates have returned from from Breet-IJtovak Breet-IJtovak Breet-IJtovak Breet-IJtovak Breet-IJtovak Breet-IJtovak Breet-IJtovak Breet-IJtovak Breet-IJtovak and will will report to the recntlve recntlve of the the the Soviet Soviet Soviet u soon soon soon as as possible. possible. According to the latest latest latest report-here hostilities hostilities hostilities been been been suspended on all all fronts thoXtertnans thoXtertnans thoXtertnans thoXtertnans thoXtertnans hav- hav- hav- hav- Inj haH d on-the on-the on-the on-the on-the northern northern northern front-along front-along front-along front-along front-along front-along front-along thftlJinf comprising comprising Marra Marra Marra Pskov. Pskov. Pskov. Pskov. Vltei V Mohllev Mohllev and Orsha. Orsha. Orsha. Orsha. BO BO SHEVIK1 TO FIGHT FIGHT FORl HE REVOLUTION. REVOLUTION. REVOLUTION. REVOLUTION. Petrograd Petrograd March March March The Bolshevik -leader -leader -leader are prepared to to withdraw withdraw even even afara to the Ural mountain mountain mountain rather thui cabtnlt to the defeat of .the .the revo- revo- lutlqn.-t lutlqn.-t lutlqn.-t L011 L011 L011 Trotzky. Trotzky. Trotzky. Biblaherlk Biblaherlk Biblaherlk Biblaherlk foreignivmlnlster la la aa aa aa Interview Interview today-with the the Associated Associated Press. Press. Press. Press. Trottky Trottky said that that that If If the'-Bolshevlkl the'-Bolshevlkl the'-Bolshevlkl the'-Bolshevlkl couMfSjo fback to the the the state of affairs i i hlcB isted last last October October Justibefore Justibefore Justibefore .tb .tb yoverthrew the Kerensky.rovern- Kerensky.rovern- Kerensky.rovern- Kerensky.rovern- would repeat. repeat. ih whole whole beeA-pnt beeA-pnt beeA-pnt beeA-pnt beeA-pnt beeA-pnt through' through' In In In Ootober Ootober w did. did. did. did. not exclude exclude exclude the posslhllltyiot posslhllltyiot posslhllltyiot Y hoU .inty .inty hl hl declared. declared. How How How How irVi-o irVi-o irVi-o Peachtree Peachtree Station Will Will Open March 17 For Public Service Service New Station of Southern Railway Will Prove Great Convenience to North Side Residents. Residents. The Southern railway' railway' railway' railway' railway' new "Peachtree Station Station located on the west west west side side side of Peachtree street street where where the railway tracks tracks tracks tracks pass pass beneath beneath the the Brookwood Brookwood bridge bridge bridge bridge will be placed In service service on Sunday morning. morning. March 17 according to announcement made made Wednesday. Wednesday. The new station station station will be made made a a passenger stop stop for for all trains trains trains trains between Atlanta and the east In both directions directions directions directions these these trains to stop stop there as well as at the Terminal station station as as at present. present. Its use is expected greatly greatly greatly greatly to relieve congestion at the Terminal station and at the same time provide greater conveniences for for Atlanta people in making trips trips trips to and from the east east and and points points points on the Charlotte Charlotte division. division. division. division. Atlantans Atlantans using the Peachtree station will save save time by eliminating the Journey across across the city to the Terminal station. station. Th arrangements arrangements arrangements of of the station for the accommodation of passengers and also also for for the handling of of baggage baggage will be complete complete and an adequate force of employees employees in charge of of a stationmaster stationmaster stationmaster will be on duty day and night. night. night. night. Sixteen Sixteen Sixteen Dally Dally Dally Trains. Trains. Trains. Trains. Jfl\ Jfl\ Jfl\ Jfl\ Jfl\ through through trains trains on the Charlotte division division as as well as the local trains will use use use the new station. station. station. station. Eight Eight Eight trains trains a day in each direction will be served served by Peachtree station station station as as well as as the Terminal station station station station as as follows follows Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos. 11 and 12 first first and second second sections sections of of 37 and 38. 38. 38. 38. S8 S8 S8 and 40 2 and 30 17 and 18. 18. 42 and and and 4J. 4J. 4J. 4J. 86 86 and 3 Peachtree Peachtree station is is is a handsome structure of of brick brick brick and concrete concrete and consists consists consists consists of commodious commodious commodious waiting rooms rooms rooms for for both white..and white..and colored colored passengers passengers passengers passengers tlckst tlckst tlckst trfflca. trfflca. tuiggage tuiggage tuiggage room room with electric elevator restrooma restrooma restrooma restrooma for for white white white white and and and Colored Colored psvsaeiigers psvsaeiigers psvsaeiigers with room for a drug store Ln Ln the main main watting watting watting watting room. room. Y The" The" The" The" station Is Is Is so so so arranged arranged arranged arranged arranged that no tracks tracks will will be be crossed crossed to reach trains. trains. trains. trains. A concourse concourse at the rear rear overlooks the tracks tracks tracks tracks which are reached by a covered stairway. stairway. stairway. stairway. A covered platform. platform. 1,100 1,100 1,100 feet In length length length length length has has been provided provided affording accommodations accommodations for the longest passenger passenger train. train. Italian Italian Italian Renaissance Renaissance Style. Style. The The architecture architecture architecture of of the the new station. station. which which was was constructed from plans plans drawn by Architects Architects Hentz Hentz Hentz Hentz Reid and Adler. Adler. of Atlanta Atlanta is is is after the Italian renaissance renaissance renaissance and great pains pains have been taken by the Southern to provide a a station station station in keeping with with the beautiful residential section section In In In which It is is located. located. located. The main waiting waiting waiting room Is of of fine proportions proportions proportions proportions having a a a m&rble m&rble m&rble floor floor marble wainscoting wainscoting wainscoting 8 feet high high high with Caen stone stone stone above to the cornice line. line. line. line. line. line. line. The The other floors floors are of cement. cement. Passengers Passengers will enter the station from the viaduct while an entrance for automobiles automobiles automobiles and other vehicles on the north side side facing facing Faust Faust street street is is provided with a port coehere. coehere. Space Space Space has has been set set aside on the south south side side of of the building building for for an attractive attractive attractive garden. While the viaduct viaduct viaduct on which the station faces faces faces ls ls ls known as as Brookwood bridge bridge bridge bridge it was was was was decided to call the station "Peachtree. "Peachtree. "Peachtree. as. as. as. as. this would identify U U with Atlanta Immediately Immediately while the name name "Brookwood" "Brookwood" "Brookwood" "Brookwood" Is without significance as applying applying applying to Atlanta Atlanta ex cept locally. locally. locally. Huddled in Swing Abandoned Babies VainlyCall"Papa" VainlyCall"Papa" Clinging Clinging closely closely to each other other crying In a subdued subdued frightened manner manner and calling. calling. calling. "Papa "Papa "Papa "Papa "Papa "Papa "Papa between between sobs sobs sobs sobs two well-dressed well-dressed well-dressed tots. tots. a little little boy apparently about S S S years years of age. age. and a baby baby baby girl girl girl girl possibly possibly 2 years years old old were discovered discovered at 11 o'clock o'clock Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday night t y Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. O. O. O. O. 8. 8. 8. 8. Owens Owens Owens Owens of of JO State State street street a they swung swung to and fro fro In a swing- swing- swing- swing- on her porch porch porch where they had oeen oeen left by some unknown party. party. party. party. She was was at first first attracted attracted by noises noises noises on the porch porch but made no Investigation until until until until the sound sound of of baby voices voices voices voices suddenly suddenly startled startled her. her. and she she she hastily- hastily- hastily- hastily- opened the door to find the two babies babies clasped clasped In each other's other's other's other's other's arms sobbing sobbing sobbing for papa. papa. SCach SCach SCach SCach was was dressed dressed all in white and and both were wrapped in heavy heavy heavy brown coats. coats. coats. coats. Both have-black have-black have-black hair hair hair and tears tears were freely freely flowing flowing from from brown eye Mr Owens Owens notified notified nolle nolle nolle headquar headquar headquar ters ef ef her tiny tiny tiny visitors andNpffioer Barker Barker Barker and and Olashb'urn Olashb'urn responded and and began began aa aa Investigation. Investigation. Investigation. Investigation. The- The- two children were carried carried carried to the the Home Home of the Prlendles Prlendles where where where where they they they will' will' be cared for while a a search search search 1 Velar Velar conducted conducted for "th "th parents. parents. parents. parents. -The. -The. baby girl a stl d into Officer Officer Officer Barkor Barkor Barkor arm arm ta perfectly contented mainwr nrtn th th trip to tho tho home home jadiwhen heintf mpted.cto mpted.cto leave. leave. leave. her Mr- Mr- ajuTklued ajuTklued him acaln acaln and and and again. again. ii-.rPap/ ii-.rPap/ ii-.rPap/ -Papa -Papa -Papa -Papa a h dld-ao. dld-ao. dld-ao. uY ha7bn obtained obtained vjiU vjiU vjiU Who Announcement From Washington of Further Enlargements at Camp Gordon Which Make This City Greatest Center of' of' of' Military Activity. Activity. SUPPLIES FOR NINE CAMPS IN SOUTHEAST CONCENTRATED HERE No Divisions Will Go Over Over seas in a Body Will Be Shipped by Units and Con Con centrated at Camps in France. France. That Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta will now bear the dis dis dis dis dis tinction of being recognized aa aa the center of of greater greater greater military activities activities activities than any other other city In America America is is substantially shown by the announce announce ment ment received received received received late Wednesday night from Washington that besides besides being made a concentration camp for forces forces from from the southeastern southeastern southeastern divisions divisions the concentration depot for quartermas quartermas quartermas ters ters supplies supplies supplies for for for nine biff biff arniy arniy arniy arniy and national national national guard camps camps camps will be located here. here. here. The rumored statement that that that that that the the the Eighty-second Eighty-second Eighty-second division division division or any other division division when moved overseas overseas would go In a body Is Is Is denied In the same same same dispatches dispatches and the statement Is made that the the movements movements movements will be made by units and that concentration will be carried out In the American zone In In France. France. W. W. W. H. H. White White Jr. Jr. president of the- the- Atlanta Chamber of of Commerce states that the announcement Is in line with what had been expected as as a a result result of information and data which had been furnished furnished the government by by the the chatnbec. chatnbec. chatnbec. chatnbec. chatnbec. and that the the decision has has been expected. expected. expected. Before Before selecting Atlanta aa aa the logical headquarters headquarters for for the larger centralising centralising centralising activities activities activities accurate and comprehensive comprehensive data and statistics statistics statistics statistics were compiled which apparently have effectively effectively demonstrated demonstrated the fitness of this this city as as the logical centralizing centralizing point and that beat beat beat equip equip equip ped to quarter the various various various activities. activities. activities. activities. Fruitier Fruitier Fruitier Enlargement. Enlargement. Enlargement. Enlargement. The report as as as eejit eejit eejit by J. J. A. A. Hollomon. The Constitution's Constitution's Constitution's Constitution's Washington correspondent follows follows Washington March March 6. 6. Special. Special. By still still further enlargement of the plans plans plans for for a greater Camp Gordon It was officially announced announced announced today that In conjunction with making making making Gordon a concentration camp for for the assembling1 assembling1 of of troops troops from the southeastern southeastern di visions visions for overseas overseas overseas service. service. service. It ha ha also also also been decided to make Atlanta a concentration depot for quartermasters supplies supplies supplies supplies for the dl vision vision at the following following following nine nine national national army and national guard camps camps camps camps Greene Greene Greene Serler. Serler. Serler. Serler. Serler. Wadsworth. Wadsworth. Wadsworth. Wadsworth. Jackson Jackson Jackson Wheeler Hancock. McClellan. McClellan. McClellan. McClellan. Sheridan aad aad Gordon. Gordon. Gordon. Gordon. This This This means means that quartermasters quartermasters supplies for for these these camps camps camps camps will be handled handled from the warehouses of the Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta concentration depot a a well a a the concentration of of supplies supplies supplies for the troop troop troop assembled assembled from these these division division division division for embarkation. embarkation. embarkation. embarkation. Immense Immense warehouse warehouse warehouse will be built built at Camp Gordon Gordon covering several several several acre acre acre acre of ground. ground. ground. ground. ground. ground. In In addition addition to the warehouse warehouse warehouse warehouse new- new- barrack barrack barrack will will also also be built for the housing housing of of the additional men concentrated prior to final movement. movement. movement. movement. movement. movement. Thl Thl Thl Information Information waa waa waa waa given today today today to Congressman Howard of of Atlanta Atlanta from the office of Colonel Wells Wells who who 1 at the head of the the storage storage storage and and warehouse warehouse warehouse division division of the general general quartermaster quartermaster quartermaster department. department. department. department. Greatest Military Military Center. Center. Center. Center. Center. Center. Congressman Howard 1 at some some branch Of the the department' department' department' department' department' almost dally dally dally In the Interest Interest Interest ot ot Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta In In some some capacity. The enlarged enlarged enlarged plan plan plan Just Just announced make Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta the center center of of greater greater greater combined military military military military actlvlUea actlvlUea actlvlUea than than any other city In In AmericaT AmericaT AmericaT AmericaT It It It Is Is not not true true true that th Eighty-second Eighty-second Eighty-second division division or any any other other other division division division will will be moved oversea oversea oversea as- as- a body. body. The The The movement movement movement will will te te by unit unit and and 'the 'the unit unit unit wfll wfll concentrate concentrate at a a camp camp ia ia thet JkXnerloaa JkXnerloaa JkXnerloaa oae la Praao Praao Praao Jus Jus whea whea any" any" en or Amber Amber of unlt win win more i tronv Camp Camp Camp ocrdon ocrdon ot ot Information would Jno b published. published. published. published. published. 8nftto 8nftto teto ay omofTthe imlt imlt win bfaaBT& bfaaBT& first' first' to "embark "embark from' from' the Miss Mary Turner Turner Is Winner Of Pot Pourri Pourri Beauty Contest Miss Mary Turner costumed costumed aa aa "Oolnmbla. "Oolnmbla. "Oolnmbla. "Oolnmbla. The honor of having having a business girl pose pose as as Columbia in the potpourri to be given given by the Patriotic league at the Auditorium-Armory Auditorium-Armory Auditorium-Armory Auditorium-Armory Auditorium-Armory Saturday night has has been won by Miss Miss Mary Turner of the the Patriotic Patriotic league unit of J. J. P. P. Al len's len's len's len's store on Whitehall street. street. Miss Miss Miss Turner won over several several contestants from from other well-known well-known well-known stores stores stores the judges judges finally awarding to the young blond beauty at Allen's Allen's Allen's Allen's Allen's Allen's the well- well- deserved honor. honor. There is is is an erplana- erplana- tlon tlon to make the other other other beauties beauties who entered the contest deserve deserve special special special mention mention mention mention but the beautiful blond blond hair hair hair blue eyes eyes and the true peach-blow peach-blow peach-blow complexion complexion complexion complexion of petite Mary Turner won. won. In the the the beginning beginning of formulating potpourri plans plans plans plans the girls girls girls girls girls of the Patriotic league league league league told the Whitehall Whitehall merchants merchants that the prise prise beauty beauty should should should be costumed for Columbia Columbia by the merchant In who who who store store store store she she la la la la employed. employed. employed. employed. employed. Fulfilling all requirements requirements requirements requirements requirements requirements J. J. J. J. J. J. P. P. Allen's Allen's Allen's Allen's tore tore tore tore I having having having mode mode mode mode mode for Mis Mis Mis Mis Turner a beautiful beautiful beautiful costume costume In In whloh whloh whloh she she she -will -will -will poc poc poc poc a Coluwibta. Coluwibta. Coluwibta. Coluwibta. Coluwibta. The The The robe i of white white and and and red red aaUn aaUn aaUn aaUn the corsage corsage ot ot blue satin with with a a a a sheen sheen of silver silver star star star star The front panel panel of the eostume eostume is is of white white Five Automobile Automobile Automobile Stolen Wed Wed nesday nesday nesday Despite Arrests Arrests and and Indictments. Indictments. Despite Despite the numerous numerous arrest arrest arrest by the police police nd many Indlctsaents Indlctsaents Indlctsaents Indlctsaents Indlctsaents returned by tie tie Fulton county grand 'jury 'jury to end the wholesale theft of automo automo automo automo automo automo biles biles In In the dty. dty. dty. dty. dty. can can continue to dis dis dis dis dis appear Ore Ore Ore Being tolen tolen tolen Wednesday night. night. night. night. night. ttrm. ttrm. ttrm. ttrm. ttrm. ttrm. tgpsA Richardson Richardson Richardson Richardson Richardson Richardson Richardson of J4 J4 West Fourteenth treet treet reported to th po po lio early early -Wednesday -Wednesday -Wednesday -Wednesday night night night that that that ahe ahe 1H her her H don foper-Blz/M foper-Blz/M foper-Blz/M foper-Blz/M foper-Blz/M foper-Blz/M foper-Blz/M Walton Walton rtireen P faitre Broad Broad when hir tnrnd/ tnrnd/ from f,44.Tdadolway. f,44.Tdadolway. f,44.Tdadolway. nifT" nifT" hsi hsi -laft -laft kla Overiand Overiand la froni'of froni'of satin satin and red stripes the entire entire costume carrying out the red red white and and blue of the national national national colors. colors. colors. colors. When asked of the honor which which has has come to his store store store Mr. Mr. Allen replied "We "We appreciate having the distinguished honor of a young lady In our store pose pose as Columbia on Potpourri night. night. while we sympathize with the losers losers losers it is is only natural for us us to be rejoicing over having won in the contest You may say for me and my entire force force that we are standing squarely by the Patriotic league and the splendid work the league girls are are do- do- Ing. Ing. Ing. Ing. Ml s Turner lives with her parents parents at 329 Lee street. street. street. In West West End. End. She She was was born In Atlanta Atlanta and for for four years has been In the employ of J. J. J. J. J. P. P. Allen where she is holding the re sponsible sponsible sponsible position position of assistant assistant assistant to the credit man. man. When When When asked asked of of her ambitions and aspirations aspirations aspirations for her future future that usually usually accompany youth youth naturally golden hair and blue eye eye Miss Turner modestly replied "All "All I hope to do Is embodied In the pledge pledge that I signed when I joined the Patriotic Patriotic league and she repeated the league pledge word for word as follows "I "I pledge to express my patriotism "By "By doing better than ever before whatever whatever work I have to do "By "By rendering rendering whatever whatever whatever special special service I can can to my community and and and coun- coun- "By "By "By living living living up to the hlgheet hlgheet hlgheet standards of character and honor honor and helping others to do the Same. Same. Same. Same. A small small boy I said said said to have have been been en driving It away. away. Tbe Tbe fire-passenger fire-passenger fire-passenger fire-passenger fire-passenger fire-passenger fire-passenger newly-painted newly-painted newly-painted newly-painted newly-painted Overland Overland Overland of -Barry -Barry -Barry -Barry Varnedoe Varnedoe of East East East Lake Lake was was parked parked parked by its its its owner on on on Broad Broad Broad street and a short short time time later it was was gone. gone. gone. gone. The fourth car car to be stolen stolen was was that of B. B. F. F. Chtldera Chtldera Chtldera Chtldera of of 5 5 5 Woodward Woodward Woodward Woodward avenue. avenue. avenue. avenue. It was a 1S14 1S14 1S14 model Ford car equipped with with shock shock absorber absorber aad aad aad aad was1 taken from from from Ollmer Ollmer Ollmer street street near near the Auditorium Auditorium Auditorium where where where it it was was was parked. parked. parked. parked. A 1114 1114 model fire-passenger fire-passenger fire-passenger fire-passenger fire-passenger fire-passenger Studebaker waa waa waa stolen stolen from th corner of .Carnegie .Carnegie .Carnegie .Carnegie .Carnegie way way way and and and Ellis Ellis street street street street street where T. T. A. A. Campbell Campbell of of 14 14 Angler avenue avenue avenue avenue left left it to attend attend a a performance performance at the the Lyrto. Lyrto. Lyrto. Lyrto. Lyrto. Nona Nona Nona of these these car car car have been recovered. recovered. recovered. recovered. recovered. recovered. recovered. FERRIS FERRIS TO SUCCEED DOREMUX DOREMUX AS CHAIRMAN CHAIRMAN Washington. Washington. Washington. Washington. BCarch BCarch t t The demo demo te will me t for the CrstXIme CrstXIme CrstXIme CrstXIme at thl thl ession ession ession ession of of oongree oongree next next Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday It It wa wa Jearned Jearned Jearned Jearned tonight that Repreeata- Repreeata- Repreeata- Repreeata- tir co ceed ceed Representative Representative Representative Frank ELDoremus ELDoremus ELDoremus ot'-3D ot'-3D ot'-3D ot'-3D ltuc'"L' ltuc'"L' 1' 1' yss&4r-- yss&4r-- yss&4r-- New Position Somewhere in Lorraine Has Been Taken Over and German Attack Frustrated. Frustrated. HEAVY BOMBARDMENTS AND RAIDS RAIDS BY PATROL Feature the Fighting From Swiss Border to the North Sea Germans Believed Ready for Big Drive. Drive. New Tork Tork March 6. 6. By Associated Associated Press. Press. Ffiom Ffiom Ffiom European Cables Cables of the Day. Day. American troops troops now have taken up another position position on the front In France and with their usual usual business-like methods already have frus frus frus frus trated an attempt by the Germans Germans Germans to raid their trenches. trenches. trenches. The new new position position Is Is somewhere somewhere in Lorraine. Lorraine. Altogether Altogether more than eight falles falles falles of of trenches trenches are now being held by Americans Americans on the western western front. front. From Flanders Flanders to the Swiss Swiss border artillery duels offers offers offers offers or less less violence are taking taking place on various sectors sectors and here here and there raiding raiding parties of both sides sides are frequently in operation. operation. The British British have have have carried out successful forays forays forays against against 'the 'the 'the Germans east east of Bulleoonrt. Bulleoonrt. Bulleoonrt. Bulleoonrt. and and and and near near near Lens Lens in which which latter lector tie Germans for the past past few. few. few. few. day day day have have been heavily heavily heavily shelling. shelling. shelling. shelling. shelling. Although Although the mow mow mow has has oeased oeased there there ha ha ha ha been but little- little- little- little- little- activity activity on the chief American sector sector sector northwest of Toul. Toul. Toul. The men of of both sides sides have kept to their trenches trenches and there there have have been only spasmodic spasmodic exchanges of of shells. shells. shells. shells. GERMANS MASS ON WEST FRONT. FRONT. German reinforcements reinforcements continue to be sent sent up behind the lines lines in Belgium and France France according to General Maurfce. Maurfce. Maurfce. Maurfce. director of of military military operations at the British war office. office. office. office. At present present he he gays gays gays gays although although the enemy has has has has has sixteen sixteen sixteen more divisions divisions than the allies allies along along along this this front front the allied troops are numerically stronger stronger and also also hold.the hold.the hold.the upperhand in rifles rifles rifles guns guns I and aircraft aircraft aircraft but that this superiority superiority superiority Is diminishing. diminishing. diminishing. diminishing. The major preparations of the enemy for a big offensive offensive offensive offensive are now more or less less complete and the allies allies must must watch for for the local local preparations which signalize signalize the approach of an attack. attack. General Maurice said. said. said. said. said. said. THREE DIVISIONS OF AMERICAN ARMY FACING GERMANS GERMANS GERMANS Washington March March E. E. Americas Americas Americas Americas Americas Americas troops troops are now holding something something something over over eight miles miles of trenches trenches trenches on the battle front In France. France. It was was learned learned today although although In an air line line their .frontage .frontage Is Is Is only about about about four and a. a. half miles. miles. miles. miles. This This frontage Is Is Is liable to extension extension extension at any time to the regular trench trench allotment for an an army corps. corps. corps. corps. Irregularity Irregularity of the the trench trench lines lines Is Is Continued on Page 4f Col. Col. Col. Col. 1. 1. 1. Twelve of the Vessels Vessels Vessels Were of 1,600 1,600 Tons Tons Tons or Over and Six of Them Were Under Under That Tonnage. Tonnage. iv March March I. I. Eighteen Eighteen Eighteen Eighteen British merchantmen merchantmen merchantmen merchantmen merchantmen were unk unk by mtae'jjr mtae'jjr ubmrln ln ln the last wek. wek. wek. wek. a ordlnr ordlnr to the the the admiralty admiralty admiralty report lonlghL lonlghL lonlghL lonlghL lonlghL Of these these these these IJ.were IJ.were IJ.were IJ.were IJ.were TCSSM TCSSM of 409 409 409 ton or or orer. orer. orer. orer. orer. orer. rlr rlr belnc under that tonnage. tonnage. tonnage. No fishing fishing orafT orafT wer rank. rank. rank. rank. v Arrival Arrival Arrival Arrival Arrival of British British merchantmen merchantmen if port port In the the the United. United. United. United. Kingdom Kingdom Kingdom l.OU l.OU l.OU l.OU l.OU l.OU allinra allinra allinra XJrJ Merchan'tmen" Merchan'tmen" Merchan'tmen" Merchan'tmen" unsuc cessfully cessfully attacked attacked C C C 1. 1. ThVk MS to'rBrlOh to'rBrlOh to'rBrlOh bli pmr In 'the 'the last last week week week week were thsjne a la la tip pre- pre- pre- pre- Ylou"week Ylou"week wlthr respect to to the mani ber'of'merchanmen ber'of'merchanmen unk. unk. unk. in'the in'the pre- pre- rlou rlou rlou -week.howerer -week.howerer -week.howerer -week.howerer 14 of.the of.the of.the of.the IS.ves IS.ves sel destroyed destroyed destroyed were were of more than'V than'V e e A L--- L--- toJ 'W 'W Rumania Is Force&iofCede Force&iofCede 5Jr the Province jjf DbJjrudja DbJjrudja as Far as the Danube Danube tbthe V f Central Powers TRANSPORT ALLOWED' ALLOWED' FOR TEUTONIC Rumania Pledged to Assist Assist Austria and Germany ifr ifr ifr Getting Soldiers Soldiers to 0Sessa- 0Sessa- Rumanian Rumanian Army Army Is Is tajBej Demobilized. Demobilized. Amsterdam. Amsterdam. Amsterdam. Amsterdam. March A peace peace treaty between Rumania Rumania and the. the. central powers was signed ytsterdajr ytsterdajr ytsterdajr ytsterdajr ytsterdajr evening evening says says a dispatch dispatch dispatch dispatch frottt\Bucha frottt\Bucha frottt\Bucha rest. rest. Under Under the the term term term of the.agreement the.agreement the.agreement Rumtinia Rumtinia Rumtinia cedes cedes the province province province province province of Dobrud- Dobrud- Ja Ja as far as the the Danube Danube Danube to the'central. the'central. the'central. the'central. powers. powers. powers. powers. Rumania Rumania Rumania aleo' aleo' aleo' aleo' undertakes" undertakes" to' to' further the transport of Teutonli Teutonli troops through through through Moldavia Moldavia and Besmara- Besmara- Besmara- Besmara- bl a to Odessa. Odessa. Odessa. Odessa. Following Following are the term term term of the pre-f pre-f pre-f llmlnary llmlnary llmlnary treaty 1. 1. Rumania cedes cedes to the central al-tff al-tff al-tff lied powers Dobrudja Dobrudja a a far a a the" the" Danube. Danube. Danube. Danube. Danube. Danube. "II. "II. The powers powers of of the aua'drtrple/al aua'drtrple/al aua'drtrple/al aua'drtrple/al liance liance will provide and maintain maintain a a trade trade trade route for for Rumania.ty Rumania.ty Rumania.ty Rumania.ty Rumania.ty way of Constln- Constln- Constln- Constln- za za za za to to the Black sea. sea. sea. sea. "ill. "ill. "ill. "ill. "ill. "ill. The frontier rectification rectification de- de- de- de- a minded minded minded by by Austria Hungary oa.the oa.the frontier between Austrla-HtmganrlSndV Austrla-HtmganrlSndV Austrla-HtmganrlSndV Austrla-HtmganrlSndV Austrla-HtmganrlSndV Austrla-HtmganrlSndV S Rumania are accepted accepted In prlndple prlndple fiyf Rumania. Rumania. "IV. "IV. Likewise Likewise economic economic economic measures corresponding corresponding corresponding to to the situation areVoii i ceded In principle. principle. principle. principle. -v -v T. T. T. T. T. T. Tj Tj e. e. itumanian itumanian 'jroTerwnwtW 'jroTerwnwtW 'jroTerwnwtW dertakei dertakei dertakei dertakei to to demoblilxft demoblilxft demoblilxft demoblilxft imaedlslaljfjilk imaedlslaljfjilk imaedlslaljfjilk imaedlslaljfjilk imaedlslaljfjilk least eight dfvUIonst lhe ttmiiian army. army. Control-of Control-of Control-of Control-of the the demobill 4tU nf will be undertaken. undertaken. undertaken. undertaken. undertaken. Jointly 'by 'by tie tie 'upper command of Field Field Field Marshal Marshal --von --von MackenseHV MackenseHV MackenseHV MackenseHV MackenseHV army group group group and and and of" of" the Rumanian chief army command command command A A A soon soon as as as as peace is is is restored between Ru la and Rumania the remaining remaining remaining remaining part part part of the Rumanian army also will be de- de- moblllied moblllied moblllied In so so far aa aa aa aa they are are not re- re- re- re- Quired Quired for security service' service' service' service' on the Busso frontier. frontier. frontier. frontier. "VL "VL "VL "VL The Rumanian troop troop are to to evacuate immediately the territory of of the Austro-Hungarlan Austro-Hungarlan Austro-Hungarlan Austro-Hungarlan Austro-Hungarlan Austro-Hungarlan monarchy monarchy occupied by them. them. "VII. "VII. "VII. The Rumanian Rumanian Rumanian government government government undertake to to support support support with with with all H trength trength trength trength the the the transport transport transport of troop troop of the' the' central power power power power through through Moldavia and and and j Bessarabia Bessarabia Bessarabia Bessarabia Bessarabia to Odessa. Odessa. Odessa. Odessa. "VIII. "VIII. "VIII. "VIII. "VIII. "VIII. Rumania- Rumania- Rumania- Rumania- Rumania- undertake undertake immediately to dlsmlae dlsmlae the officers ofVthe ofVthe ofVthe power power power who are at war with the quadruple alliance alliance .till'in .till'in toe toe RunanUa RunanUa RunanUa RunanUa RunanUa service. service. service. service. The safe safe conduct of theOf ficer ficer 1 assured assured assured assured by the quadruple llanoe. llanoe. llanoe. llanoe. llanoe. llanoe. This This treaty treaty treaty fera .Intoopera .Intoopera tion tion Immediately. Immediately. Immediately. Immediately. Immediately. M Washington. Washington. March March March t. t. .Wttcnl .Wttcnl Wilson Wilson and Mr Wilson Wilson tonight attended the camouflage camouflage camouflage "ball "ball "ball given at a hotel here for for this this benent benent benent of of a a local local local local charity. charity. The The decoration decoration were were erected erected erected by the Camouflage company Fortieth engineer engineer engineer engineer engineer in in tralnlnr tralnlnr tralnlnr tralnlnr at-American at-American at-American at-American university. The ball ball room room room was trans trans PRESIDENT AND WIFE AT AT AT CAMOUFLAGE CAMOUFLAGE CAMOUFLAGE CAMOUFLAGE Weather Weather LOCAL BADW Washington J- J- J- nerth nerth ntsi Mrtlon Mrtlon Mrtlon Mrtlon Mrtlon eelderi eelderi eelderi eelderi Frtfciyfali. Frtfciyfali. WisV er er Bt e t gyrttesu Highest Highest temperature .i .i Lowest Lowest temperature temperature .i. .i. .i .i .V'ir .V'ir Mean temperature temperature temperature .i .i vrr r Normal Normal temperature temperature .t. .t. ni. ni. .v. .v. 60s 60s 60s Rainfall In past JU JU hbur .flnehei' .flnehei' Deficiency since first of month Ins. Ins. Excess Excess sine sine January. January. J. J. J. J. J. lnche lnche Repert Repert f Wealaer Wealaer Wealaer Wealaer Barejrsi Barejrsi StaUeaiu StaUeaiu StaUeaiu STATIONS STATIONS and 8Ut f WBATHER. WBATHER. WBATHER. WBATHER. ATLANTA ATLANTA clear Birmingham clean clean clean Boston clear' clear' Buffalo 'snow. 'snow. Charleston 'clear. 'clear. 'clear. Chicago now now Denver cloudy i DesMoine cloudy. cloudy. GsJvtston GsJvtston GsJvtston clear. clear. clear. clear. Kattera Kattera Kattera rain Havre Havre Havre .cloudy. .cloudy. .cloudy. .cloudy. .r. .r. JTaduonrlUe. JTaduonrlUe. JTaduonrlUe. JTaduonrlUe. JTaduonrlUe. 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