The Waco News-Tribune from Waco, Texas on May 22, 1926 · Page 2
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The Waco News-Tribune from Waco, Texas · Page 2

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2 THE WACO NEWS-TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MAY 22, 1926 No One Would Know the Ex-Kaiser Of Germany Were He to Appear In Berlin; He Is Gray Bearded, Venerable Rigid Rucfnionta! Farr ?« Gi*o»tfj' ('hancfd by ibc R^nrrt, Saya F.lmcr Robert«, \*norjaif*d l’rrs* < oiTc«|>ondcnl. Who Was Sent to Room on sjm'« t«l \ssSirnniPiit to Soc Him. ¡sortions that he ran away when ho | toi i or, occasionally comes to see lost the war and abandoned his army and his people, lie has explained to his visitors substantially this Admiral Von Hintze, former foreign secretary, at the time of the revolutionary William ahdk William as it is the interior department that has to do with foreign political refugees. The government keeps a major of gendarmes and three men on duty at 'olfapse, urged upon , Doom house. They have their of-* ition and retirement | flees in a part of the rather large from the country. The admiral implored this sacrifice on the ground that their country could obtain better terms of peace from the allies. entrance lodge. Besides, some of the elite of the secret service ar* employed guarding the imperial exile. All this is something of a kaiser, was c Von llintr.c pointed ! bother to the government which, rded by Germany's j however, acts upon the traditional The following dispatch wa~ written by FI nut* r Roberta, « ho was from 11*02 to Iti I chief of the Berlin buratti of The Assout» ted Frvss and Is now chief of the Paris bury»«. While In Berlin, Hr. Roberts personally knew the German emperor but had not since seen hint until Itis ildt to Room, where this disputi ft I* dated. He whs sent there on special assignment to tell how the kaiser appears at the present time, d w Alt Feel They Know Him- it th Hi •c had ft Become an Asset. tlliam has become an pleasant town his consort. Hi tint to move ets< Th 'e, rather not wish has put "The say. 'Eve bod ? . Is the Quality Coffee l or Superior People “Your Grocer Sells If Shear Coffee Co. d th iPts h ting. Dies as responsible for the war. :e were to give up the throne leave the country a great step Id be taken towards satisfying allies. The kaiser had much 'idcnee In Von Hintze, His plea supported by the chancellor/ sec Max of Baden, by Von HJn* •udg, by \ on Tirpitz and by endorff. William had no one is entourage to resist this view, reluctantly agreed but, as he ms. for the sake of Germany ie. Hit explanation of his nio- « is being widely circulated in many. Maintains Small Court, scape from boredom and con- principlc practiced for centuries of asylum and protection for ail political refugees. , William and the members of his staff are extremely cautious about publicity while the controversy is going on in Germany respecting the confiscation of the royal properties. He receives now from the revenues of the sequestrated estate by agreement with the Prussian government 600,000 marks a year ($144.000). Out of this he makes allowances to other members of the family. However, his wife Is reputed to have a fortune derived from her family, the Schoenalch -C’arolaths. There Is talk also of certain sums deposited by the kaiser In the Bank of England that have not been confiscated and which he may receive. the m of si of Still C W the iter and going a!- rny re it whi r of the i b it wel >f the Hohenzollern farn- 1 there are about 60 idlng; clergymen and a business man or ere were 20 or 30 Germany at Doom 'aster. Those persons Viliiam laugh are the ae It is considered ess to do so and a it or its are told in the iff, din« Follow lateau unti tnd iy it >rn and he in- Special railway cars needed to help keep them crisp T O give you the tender crisp- nessyoulikein pickles,many country stations are maintained by Libby and a fleet of special wooden tank cars. All this, so that the cucumbers can be rushed into brine on the very day of picking, and later transported without fear of bruising them. That iswhyUbbysPicklesareso wonderfully crisp—-so tempting. l iff« asset of gossip is u re­ so that sd more ïses the PICKLES BOTTLED PH K1 KS-I A VN £D PICKLE* BILK PICKLE* ose, a resi- jt their town of derisational map, would miss him. e comment is name« to whom nt h no taxes,” they is taxed i INDUSTRIAL CASH STORE SIXTH AM) WASHINGTON PHONE 2S6S FREE DELIVERY ON $3.00 ORDERS VI CON « Very Fine 12 -Pound Sack ARMOUR'S Breakfast Strip or Half Per Lb, FOLGERS One-Lb. t an FLOUR BACON COFFEE Apples Oranges NÜT0LA Shortening Pineapple Strawberries Extra Fancy V INESAP Per Dozen California RED B VLL Per Dozen «OLKO- MARGARINE" Per Lb, Mr«, Tucker- 1-lb. Pail Id mit •DEL MONTE Sliced or Cruibwi No. 2 tans E I LL BONES The Very Bern Good Bacon with that fine taste thafe always the same / Sliced in pound and half-pound cations or from the whole piece. 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