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I AMERICA., I I IEXECIJTIDN I DEMANDEBIQ ■I > I I. ——. SENSATIONAL U.S. j REPORT. RUMOUR IN WASH- INGTON. NEW YORK, Tuesday. 1 THE WASHINGTON CORRKSPON-j DENT OF THE "POST" DECLARES II PROBABLE THAT IN DEALIG WITH THE SINKING OF THE PERSIA I THE UNITED STATES WILL GO AI j STEP FURTHER THAN HITHERTO I BY DEMANDING THE EXECUTION j OF THE SUBMARINE COMMANDER j i RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OUTRAGE. This the correspondent asserts would be in line with precedent, smoe the Go r- ernment of the United States regards the case as one of murder of an American Consular officer. The same correspondent says f-hat President Wilson, in conversation with Senator Stona, told the latter that in his belief it would not be wise for "grave international issues" to be disoussed at present in Congress. I As soon as the facts in the Persia case had been obtained however, the Execu-, tive branch would act firmly and de-II hberateJy and keep Congress advised.

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