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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COL'RIER, CORNELLSVTLLE, PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1918, HUMS' IMPOSED ABSURD FINES j~ Von BtMlow, on Tlwt Account, Thr«»t- *.'.-;·· aned^te Dtstrey-J-)ome of Prince p- ; of Monaco, WhoApp«i:»d te :. . .C: ::. Praildant The universally condemned Ger- sygtfn -of extorting money^ from captured- coiiimuriHiestis '. tne foftomng, documents published Sy .the committee on public informafion: ·A strtldns Illustration ol the flerca ^natality of German "methods Is contained In the archives of the state deportment,' because the 1 prince of Mon. aco appealed to President Wilson " against th« Injustice of a fine .Imposed upon a-' small ''and' impoverished Tillage. '"Tie following documents from tne state "department archives" tell the jrfory. They need no comments. · "Paris, Oct 27, 1914. ("Secretary of State, Washington. ; "Prince of Monaco called this nwm- 'ing and X3ked;.tbat the following case .be submitted to tHfc. president: ----, "Prince states that Generir Tbh" ow for weeks, .has-been -Inhabiting prince's ancestral chatean . neiir. historical moniu5ehC~coBtaJn^ " ^v --lootDS;-th«t-Ton'BB«iow h*» linpow-d- ;; flne ol 500,000 "francs on village of contribution in order tojavert a Horrible ' action accomplished in cold blood, but adding that as 01 sovereign prince T submit this matljer to the judgment .of..the emperor by declaring that 'the -said sum shall be -paid ·when" the Chateau de Marchais will be free-from the danger of intentional destruction. .' "I am, with great respect, your majesty's devoted servant and cousin, "ALBERT,· Prince of Monaco.". Letter Add.-essd to Von Bu'elow.- . ··"Monaco. Oct. 22, 1914. ; "To avert from the commune of Sissonne anifthst of Marcfoljis the rigorous treatment with which you have. threatened them, I give my word oCi" ' . honor to remit · to. bis majesty. the r Emperor William, should the war .come" to an end without-Intentional I damage fwing caused to.my-.' residence j or-to those- two- coiriRJuries, .the neces-; rary yam to complete the amount or i. 500.000 francs imposed by you upon; Sisspnnei ·. · : "*- · "As-a ·soTerelgrr prince, I'wish"-to- deul in this matter wits the sovereign. who,- daring 15 years, called me hi* friend-and hR9'-decoruted me. with the Order of the Knight -of the Black Eagle;".." "... '.. .' : ' ."My conscience and my dignity- place me above fear, as also-my personal will shall elevate me above regret ; but · should yon destroy 1 the Chateau de JIarchais, which Is one of .the. centers of. universal science and charity,., should ..yon .reserve to this archaeological and historical gem the treatment you have given to the Cathedral of Reims--when no reprehensible action has been committed" there --the whole world -will judge be- · twecn you -and myself. "I tender to your excellency the ex- Veils Emerge From Retirement ·pression of my high regard. "ALBERT, Sovereign Prince, o'f Mon- " " Deportations and Forced Labor. llfntil- the present wan the Tvb'ole civilized- world- has bo«sted-of its advance in htunanity.' This'. advance has been . . . SlssoBDe some miles distant from dost- .marked !n manjr-fleras, and in none , itnu, because .of .broken glass found onj-had greater progress been |roaa near village. Slsaonne being nn^ in 'the 'protection! to;.be i ·n made than ·able alone to pay has raised with ,, .'·nmber of .other .neighboring villages 125,000 francs, birt Von Buelbw has ""·ent two messengers from SIssonneto prince .-that Tmless latter-pays fine for Slseonne the chateau and'adjoining Tillage, as weCrae Sissonner will be de- atroyed on November.,. 1st _Prlnce ' " lias answered refusing to~pny--snirf now --But witting to give his word to Get- £y'., jcacn ennferor .that-amount ..wpnld be fe ~"~"paM after removal of_flaneer.'of fresh *'··:- .7-';iiraT.Jnri(tentS.'-:. . ___ f . given; -to the private cltiren;;lo on invadeS conntry. As far back a_s.. 1803, in the "instructions for_.the Government., of ·.Armies of the United "SWtes" in 'the -"Field,'" the United States declared: - "23. ..Private citizens are no .longer rnurclere'd^ 'enslaved, or carried.' off to ^distant parts, and the inoftenslve In- divldnal. Is as little .disturbed. .In, his private relations as the commander ^o£ the "fiostlle troops 'can/afford to front jlnj the overruling" demands of. a ' ~ . . . . . - · . -- iwell as be shot j i''fccn'Ba«. of.rtfnsal.-to'-'paT.".:; '_ :~ ' ' "t haTe arranged meeting ttis afternoon jbetwetB Spanish uabassador and irince,io;wnoBi I have snggi?st«d tliat matter be presented to' German government through Spanish ambassador rlg'or6n3~vrttiy at Bertta inisnnich as prince's threat- ple tte ·ned property !· tn France. £ r "HERKI.CK.". i;r Von ButUm*!Threat.'· ~ ^ To the Mayor of the Commune of i-",- SlsKnne. -- -- "it has been "conclusively···.proven - - that the read between Slssonne and the ~ ^ railway station of' Montaigu: was, on ~,'2 S«ptentb«r 18th, itrewn wiOribroken il' 3 *tess along a distance of one -kfloine^ -- r ter and at intervals of 50 meters, for -- ~ the purpose, no doubt.' of ^bipedlng ~;- automobile traffic. ' -· : " ~S -.."I hoia_the commune of'^Sjssonne Si- responsible for this act, of .hostility 2-' on the part of its inhabitants;: anil I -- X punish the said commnntty by levying ~ g upon It a contribution of. 500.000 ^ ' frhncK : " ( f i v e h u n d r e d ··" thousand. '^""'""'irancs). ' " ' --I-.---"This stun most be enHreiy paid - ___ Jhvto; the-^U.ea»ui'jL.of the Etape by Oc;; __toberl5th. ._. .. , ;; ;^ ..-'I -The Inspection'of : the Etap.e now ;" at Montcornct has been directed to, i-' enforce execntion of this order* '·' "TTie General Commander in Chief-at \l the Army, - ' "VOX ' Prat«t of Prince of Monaco. _·; - -jjoaaco, OctTSanil, 191C- - - - · -' "I forward..to.yqnr..majesty several dtxOToehts:.7ela.ttng'.t.o. a veryigraTC "The General Ton Buelow has caused to be occupied since one month and · half-'my. residence of Sfarchais, sit- tiated at five kilometers from Hie Tii- Jaqe of Siwwnne: The general, has ICTT le-1 upon" tne"1.500'Inhabitants, of this; jyor ruined .village.a war contrttjutiorr; of 500.000 francs,.of which they acp: nifablc "to pay more'than oneiqaafe' ·which he threatens to destroy my, property and tha village of .ilarchuls,. over and above that of Sissonoe, In th ' event of lny j -not?d!sb'urslng myself the in questtoB before'the. end of the ^ _.. :."13a.t is hq.^r a; Prnssljn; general r»rct3 .'« tcisning prlnee^.'wKe \Jr6r 45 y«x»rs has been" a friend to_ Germany, ind'^hb" in" '"all the'' countries 'of the -.Wo£ldl£.sotrounded ^vlth .jespect and ' cratltude for his wort. : . . "In 'reply to" the"summons of _the G««ral-von-BnelowiJmve given "my wofa'cfhohof to Complete iiie above nnlTersal -rule in j was, and continues to be with barbarons armies, 'that the private-individual of-the hostile country Is destined to suffer every privation of liberty _anfl protection, and every disruption of family ties.: Protection was, and still'is .witii-uncivilized peo- . Reversion to Barbarism. These declarations were made Iff the midst of "our"Clvil war-- ^ne of the world's fiercest "confilcti A halt-century later, after more Ithnn 50 years of progress, the German government has gone back to the methods used by "barbarous armies" and "uncivilized people." It : \ has deliberately adopted the policy of. 'deporting men and women, . boys and girls, and of forcing them to work for .their captors ; it has even compelled them to "mate arms' ' and -munitions ;for ose against their allle* and their own flesh and blood. " " . · . No' other act of the German government has aroused such, horror and detestation " thrpnghout tlie civilised .world. 7 Thousands .of helpless men and women, boys and girls; have been enslaved. Families have been broken up. .Girls have been carried off to wort -- or worse -- In a- arrange land, ·ond"their. relatives .linvc _npt known wjiore. they have been taTien, ; or what .their. fate has been. ..... · ' "Tlifs "sys't'em" of 'forced labor, and de~ r: pbrtatlon.'erribniccdl the. whole .of Belr The veil, long loved of women, some- J times undergoes a short period, of retirement, but is never wholly forgotten or. neglected. Except for small face veils and much abbreviated motor veils, the season just passing has not occupied Itself with this particular prerngutii-o'of womankind. so the small-sace veil. In considerable variety, Is a fact of every well-regulated wardrottf. 1C is often inconspicuous to the point of being nearly Invls- ens an eye. Perhaps {hey arc Intended to make us look twice at a pretty face. A becoming ven with the same sort of mdsh, has a very few widely scattered and vividly black dots on It, that are as sparkling as thn black patches of colonial days. These veils worn with small hats or turbans. other new design has small wavy lines of embroidery l abont all over the mesh. This one is less becoming Ibl.e. The plnln, open-mesh varieties* than tho dotted or plain patterns, but of finest threads almost reach the vnr.-! Irnds us to believe that women are about to revive the volt and go to any length with It. Veils thnt cover the Ishing point- But signs and tokeni ata pointing to the return of veils, anl suddenly tlwy have appeared on ffil hat and reach to the shonlder have a/four corners at once. I ready begun hovering over small hats. Some rather startling things'hnppeii j Veils of chiffon wound abont street to tlie tace when veils of fine mesh · hats arc extended into scarfs that ea- that are hardly discernible, Indulge In'. circle the throat anil hang In. a long .one or two bold figures in npplique. end over the shonlder. or 'embroidery. These figures can ye ! seen long beiore the veil itself comes! into view and they play curious tricks j on'the eyes that.follow them. Except for the plain mesh face veil they are .the most popular of the veils of today. An,example of tills bit of feminine waywardness appears in the picture, showing a next-to-tnvlsible veil with two large and aggressive clover leaves on It One of them obliterates about half of the mouth :md the other threat- /_ f t Cravenetted Ostrich, "Cravenette" finish ostrich feathers are the Intost nnd nre said to withstand dampness. · Tlio "cravenettinic' 1 Is snld to leave no apparent t^uc^^-- they are Jum ns fine and soCc ns'-evcr. village'to another must lip so on foot or fa vans drawn by tlie few misur- ablc horses Unit are'lelu The wagons of the breweries, tlie one institution that the. Germans b:ivt! scrupulously respected, ore UuulijO by oxen. One of Foulest Deeds in History. "The well-known tendency of sensational reports to exaggerate themselves, especially in time of war, ami In n situation !iUe thnt existing here. SIMPLE WASH REMOVES RINGS UNDER EYES Connellsville people will be surprised how quickly pure LavoptiJc eye wash relieves blood shot oye3 and dark, rings. One young young man who had eye trouble and very unsightly dark rings was relieved by one wash with Lavoptik. Hfs sister also removed a bad eye strain in three with no newspapers to serve-AS a daily | days." A small bottle of Lvoptlk is clearing house for oil Xhe rumors thu: j guaranteed to benefit every case they are as avidly believed as they art- eiigerly roper.tcU, should of course considered.; lat even 1C a modicum of all that is .told is true Ih.-rc ptlll remains enough to Ktamp his dytKls rts onCjOf the foulest that ulstory records. "I am constantly In rccnipt of reports-from all over Belgium thnt teud 'to beitr out thu storlon one constantly liL-nrB of Unttaiity and cruelty. A nuni- bc i r of ujen .sent b:)dc to Mons are 'said to Im in a dying condition, inimy o£-them tubercular. At Mfilint'S auri nt Antwerp r'-jtiirnud men have died, their friends :!«sertirig tlmt they have been victims of uoglect- untl cruelty. ·ir-cold, of exposure, ol' hunger." weak, strained or inflamed eyes. Aluminum eye cup free. A. A- Clarke.--adv. LOCAL Nine Days of Record Selling to d.afe, and -why not This Sale is the occasion of phenomenal value-giving and getting, due to normal accumulation of broken and discontinued lines, following the greatest volume of sales in the history of our business. Take special note of the economies presented for Friday and Saturday. Every man and woman who is well supplied with footwear needs to think twice before passing up the advantage this Sale offers -- in quality, style and price. There are no shopworn or out of date styles in any of the lots we have to offer -- but good, clean, up-to-date, seasonable merchandise. We want you to compare these bargains. Comparison is the only test to use. Compare quality, compare prices, compare the real savings to be had and be convinced that now is the time to buy your footwear. READ OVER THE FOLLOWING ITEMS AND COME IN AND , LOOK THEM OVER. Women's Grey Kid Lace Shoes, 9 in. top, $8.00 value for - - - $5.00 Women's Grey Kid Lace Shoes, 9 in. top, $8.00 value for - - - $4.67 Women's Grey Kid Lace, grey cloth top to match, $8.00 values for $4.67 Women's Light Grey Kid Lace Shoes, cloth top, $8.00 values for $4.67 Women's Black Vamp White Kid Top Lace Shoes, $5.50 values for $3.50 Women's Gun Metal Lace Shoes, 9 in. top, military heel, $4.50 val. $3.85 Women's Pat. Colt and Gun Metal Button Shoes, $4.00 values for $1.87 Misses' Gun Metal Lace Shoes, high tops, $4.50 values for · - - $3.65 Misses' Tan Lace Shoes, high tops, $5.00 values for - - - Misses' Gun Metal and Pat. Colt Button Shoes, $3.00 values for Men's Army Shoes, first quality, Munn Bush make, $7.00 val. Men's Heavy Work Shoes, black of tan, $4.50 value for - - Men's Dress Shoes, tan or black, English style, $5.50 values for Men's Dress Shoes, dark brown or black English style, $8.00 val. $6.00 Men's Dress Shoes, high toes, button or blucher style, $4.00 val. $3.35 Boys' Shoes, button or blucher style, $3.50 kind for - - - - - $2.85 Boys' Shoes, button or blucher style, $3.00 kind for - - - - - $2.45 Boys' Burton Shoes, sizes 2V° to 5, $2.50 kind for ...... $1.97 Boys' Rubbers, 65c. Men's Rubbers, 73c. Women's Rubbers, 49c. $3.85 $2.15 $5.50 $3.45 $4.65 THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP, AFTER ALL. COAL TO BE SOLD At Sheriff's Salts; Interest of F. .'H. Seamans in Several Tracts. Tho sheriff ot Greene county ; h a s j advertised the sale on March 8 o5 tie i interest of P. M. Seamans, Jr.. in d ! number of tracts or coal as 'follows: Undivided one-fifth interest In the Joanna P. Boord tract of 100 acres and oiie-sbctlj Interest in the "William P. Kendall tract of"'24 acres in Jefferson township; one-twenty-second interes! i In the Virginia Miller tract of 15 I acres; the Canada Morgan tract of 36 ; acres; the Clark Morris tract of 20 ; acres and three .Andrew and Asa M. j __jve Discovered Dr. . t f ^ ac s ,' n ' w ^ n '" ft ^ res Edwards' Olive Tablets are ; '^e" in° «ecwion « suit T £. c.' . ·- a Hanntess Substitute. · Hig'bec, trust.ee. At the same time two tracts in which gitim, Poland-and:, the occupied lands of France.'" ' " TM ""'' .7. .Whltloekfs" Story "of Horrors. In less moving-phrases, but in dead- "ly-'corroboration; the contiriaatlon of;! the report .of.llinistcr Whitlock says- -' fccclted by this' measure all over Bdl-j" glum^lwere.-beyond anything we ha'cl:j.',~ wilnossetf-ilnce the duy the Germans.; · . , ^----- Emssels The de'lerati" ' Dr« Edwards^"Ohvc Tablets--the substi- -Musseis. ice aeiegace..-. tete . f(r ca]o . ae j_..^ a ^4 but . ase j an , 03 y. Robinson of Ur.ontown holds IO T rCUCi. ID ACt -1-1,-^*I».« n«rt «-Vi«:- nttnft. nn 4lin. Itr mf In r, ^ . « « _ h « l f f . t TI (· ni-not- c~1 !,,..,,, . . . ! t t 1 , _ MOVE BY AUTO TRUCKS BOTHPHONES ORPHAN'S TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. ive, and their effect on the liver is a one-halo interest, aa follows, will bo · · · { . * -' , [ »-- ' - T» ' ' i ·" i JiiiiltlVti CtUU-tUClf CUCt.L Ull fcUU iiVd IS il I Jilt TBinm, retnrnlng_.tp Brussels, told Ui, .-aijaqst instantaaeous. They.are tbercadt sola- Mt distress^np_storles of-tlie .scene.- 'of-Br.Edivards'datsrminctlonnottotre;!: will!n.m K Hi two* pf cruelty and^soi-row attending* th - "liver and bowel complaints vrith cdoincU A f l fti; 1 ', ·· ·JTT "seizures. Xnd:^laUy',~ hourly "· alrnos' His efforts to banisk it brought out these ans . ,7 , since that·Hme.«ppaHliis stories:hav- littleoltaMatoredtablets. , acres;, both In . "^'boi-n' related bv'-Bel'-f-fnu 'eiinilnir (" These pleasant Httla tablets do the cood to tm sold at suit of John H. Strawn, ^thrie^UoDr I t t e mnotslbirfor i : «iat cdomel'dbcB,-but have no bal after receiver of the First National Bank .the legation. It_ i^unimsslblc for t ctfect3 _ They doa't.injtira tte teeth like O f UriFontown. . ^ ,n Kent. Lrai Jefferson 68 acres 1 of seven to-w.nship. to.veriry them, first* because it i essary for us to exercise · ull possib; strops Ifquido or cniomcl. Theytate hold of the trouble and quickly correct it Why tact in .dealing with the- sabject-c- 'cure the liver at the expense of the teeth? ... . Roderick's Successor. ; all, and secondly becaose there is-n --Calomel sometinjes plays bavcc with the Seward Button, superintendent at gums. So da strong liquids. Itisbestnot iio Mount " ' ; jneans ot communication between Oecnpations-Geblet aHd_ tfeTEtiip Geblct. .Transportation evcry\v :ia-BelglnM dlfllcutr, ·the'.Viclnn. from^c^S'patoi Lookout colliery, . Wyom' inS ' hM '- boetl »PP' ol "ted chief of the rumbaugh to auceced. tho late James railway^ .scarcely operating^.any mon. a.disordered liver.. Take .Dr.. Edwards' : E - RodorlcH, ot Hazleton. F. T. EVANS BOTH PHO.N'E Given Away FREE Next Sunday With The PIttsburg Sunday lOc snd2Sc a box. ZT" clouded .Bring renults. Cost only lo a word '. ·AildruggisS 0 ^' 3 " 1 ' C U S S m e 4 ' - - J. B. KURTZ, NOTARV P.UBUC AND REAL EBTATB. No. i South Meadow Connnllivllli Pa. £XKyl'.OOOOOOQOC3aSCOOOC5C OOOOO To insnre delivery on Sunday plcnse place your order av ^ John Kcsint-r, Agent for Pittsurg Press. Classified Advertisements Ic a Word,

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