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TUESDAY, :ArRII- 9, 19iSSMUVEtK!.Y.-
PRESIDENT VOICES AMERICA'S JUlSV'Et!
h II sVsVII
No Faith Can; Bp Placed In Statesmen, Says NationV Spokesman,
; blsregartl of All Human Rights "
BkAtTIMOUE, April 7 (ActotejtresHWar to a finish ligiinst Germany
i and what German militarism I 'stands" for," accepting the challenge to humanity
, throw n, down by the military commanders of the German, forces , In Itussia,
Fiutand, the Ukraine And Rumania, where the German answer to America') fair re
quests for a statement of peace terms lias, been given, was announced by President
Wilson at a greAt Liberty Loan celebration here last night. V ';.
Declaring that he is now "utterly disUlHsionetL" the President made 'it. plain
that he will pay no further attention to the peace suggestions of. Yon llertling. anl
von Czernin, suggestions that are utterly belied by the actions of the German mih
iW (n lp fill. the real rnlera'ftf flprmjinv And her Allien. J
J x -
rorce win met'i iorce
tlust. Offers of peace on the
France, Belgium and Italy, will not be accepted nor listened'; to ..until Germany is
tially prepared to renounce her claim to victory on the east.
This is America's reply to the great German drive. This is the answer of the
free nation of the West to the renewed ' propaganda for a German-made peace and to
all proposals that the war shall end before Germany has been wakened from her
dream of world domination. V; '.',"'
"There is but one response possible .from ur," declared the President, "and
that is force, force to the utmost."
Addressing a great concourse of people whom his eloquence and brave words
brought to heights of patriotic enthusiasm, the President said:
AMERICA'S ANSWER TO GERMANY'S PEACE TALK
' 1 Thin 1 tha a-ini rOrtary of our acceptance of Gemanr'a
cbaUenRe to fight for oat fight ta Uve tad. be free aooY for
the aacred right of free men everywhere. The nation U
awake. There U 90 need to call to it. We know waae tbo
wat must cout, our utmoot aacrlflee, tha Uvea of onrflttoatr
men and. If need be, all that we yseaesa.
"The loan we are met to dl scuta U one of the least jazta
of what we are called -upon to' give and to do, though- ta
1 tee If Imperative. The people of the whole, conntir.iaro
alive to the nocaMlty of It and are ready to lend to tha
utmost even where it Involve a sharp skimping and dal'y
aar.rlflce to lard out of meagre earning. Tway will' aookj
with rcprotiatlcn and toiitniupt wpoa- those who -oaa and
.vlU not, upoa those who dosuind a higher rat of Interest,
upon those who think of It .a a mere commercial transaor
ttou. I have not come therefore to urge the loan. I hav
00m only to gl.a yjn If 1 can a more vivid ooaceptloia of
what It la for.
ISfcUES NCW CXXASXY DISCLOSED
"The reasoTis for thtt great Wsr, the feaaons why tt had
to come, the need to fljht It thTough,.' and the Isanea that
hang upon it outcome are more clearly disclosed now than
over before. It is easy to see just what this particular
loan means because the-caw, we are athtlag fot : stands
mora skarp'y revealed than at any previous. rll of tha
"The man who1 knows least can ribw se plainly how the
cans of Justice stands and what the Imperishable thing
Is ho is asked to invest In. Men In America may bo mora
aur than they over vera before that tha cause Is their owil
and that If It ihoatA be lost their own great aatlon'a place
- and mission to tka wrld weak be lost- with tt. " -'iv,
XV FBJlNK WITH OEBHA1TT .
"I call yon to witness, my fellow eotmtryaun, that at
no stage of this tetiUrtw bnslaeae have l jndged the. pur
poses of Germany tntemperately. Z should, fbav ashamed in
the presence of affairs so grave, ae frinbt wltn, the- des
tinies of ipmirtiui throughout the wor:d, to (peak with
trncnienco, to Use the- weak language ' of hatred e vindic
tive purpose .. - : i- -
"We must Judge a we would be Jndged. Z. have sought
to learn tha objects Oermany has in this war from the
months of her own spokesmen mad to deal as- fmnkly with
them as I wished them to deal with moV X Av laid bar
our own ideals, our own purposes, without reaerra or doubt
ful phrase, and have asked them to say a plainly what
It la that they seek. ' ' s
"We hat' ourselves proposed no injustice, no aggres
sion. W are ready, whenever the final reckoning li made,
to be just to the Oerman people, deal fairry with tha Ger
man ower aa with aQ others. Ther can :a -no. difference
between peoples la the final Judgement If' it la indeed to
be a righteous Judgement. To purpose anything hut Justice,
ovenhanded aad dispassionate Justice, 'to Oermany at any
time, whatever the outcome of tha wsri would be to r
aounce aad dishonor oar own caas. Sor weaskt.iMrUilag
that w are not willing to accord. ;" ' ' '
"Tt has been with this thought that Z have soaght to
learn from those who spoke for Oermany Whether It wss
Justice or dominion and the execution of their own wlU
noon the other nations of the world that the Oerman lead
era were seeking. it "
GBKSCANY HAS ANSWERED
"They have answered, answered In unmistakable terms.
They have avowed that It was not Jnatleo but dominion
and the unhindered execution of their own wilL
"The avowal has sot come from. Gersnany ' statesmen.
It has come from her military leaders who are her res!
rulers. Her statesmen have said tha they wished peace
and were ready to dlncuee it terms. -whs never their oppo
nents were willing to alt down at the conference table with
"Her present chancellor has said In Indefinite and un
certain terms indeed, end in phraees'that often seem to
deny their own meaning, but with as much plal&ness as he
thought prudent- that ho believed-that peace should be
based upon the principles which we had declared would be
our own la. the final settlement.
'At Brest-Li to vrk her civilian delegates spoke In rlmi
lar terms: professed their desire to conclude a fair peace
and accord' to the peoples with those fortunes they were
dealing the right to choose their own allegiance.
"But action accompanied and followed the profesrin.
Their military masters, the men who act for Germany " -A
exhibit her purpose In execution, proclaimed a very Tt
ent eonchulo&i We can not mistake what they hav do..e
ta Rufl. ta Maland. In the Ukraine, In Jlamanla.. The
Measure Is Expected To Stabil
ize Industry and Keep ,
Uboy-f com "fjoajinq"
WASiUNOTON, April 7 ( Annociat
pd l'res) Aunounct-uiHUt wu uisVIh
vtatirduv by tha Hhiubuildinv labor ad
juotuinut buard that it baa suereedud
in iiiittius. jnio eueei a ummnciarv 1
Klaudsrd of waixed in all Mhipyurdi of I
Ik. Atlunlic mill tlie (Inlf CihhI
Tl:e purpuse of thin utandardixing of
wagei, it announce, m to (liiwoiirnjip 1
.f'ow of labor from point to point, a
rhiftinr from yard to yard in search
of a hlkei. 'Ke x ule tlinn the 01 e
i oneratinn hi"f (lie rc.it le lauurer
las been emploved.
m-rvaner uuiji uerraun hiihmiiuu na ueen casi iiuo tut rjprt,Vmg tha kMwtrr" ;andpropw
west, even though fair and equitable terms be offered toLHui to how resentment -of
SEEKS TO ARREST FIVE
FOR PRAEGER LYNCHING
OOLUNHVIU.K, III., April 6 (As
soriatpd Press) - The roroaer-' here Is
endeavoring to i;c-t out warrants for
the srreat of live men understood to be
eonnrciea ine lyncninir on inurs-
.day night of Robert I'nieuer, German-
1 Amri. .n .,! ,,r .iitni.l. . H
I hnAged trf a tree. Four Justirra of the
1 nesre have refuite.1 tn the war-
1 runts oh the nroiiu.1 tliat they do not
wniii 10 gei mixii up in rn matier.
TI10 coroner ill reiie.t the state's at
torney to IHmie the wnrriint.
w. s a -w
nuwiiii uumrLAiHi u CttUiUaiifl
Dnriiiir the .0.,,,,. .hil.ir..
ul.iu.. . .1. i v .....i .
niv .in. t lu iimiiriicrB ur U1C VUWVt
an I should receive the nioat careful at
I tan'ion. Aa .on hi any sanateral
looaeiinna of the LownU i noticed Cham
I -nrln i u ' Coin- un-l Uiwrrhoea BemwlV-ab'-uld
be iveu h'ur uule by alit deeJ-er--..
Ken on, Hn.itli Ik Co., ugtuit toll
I Hawaii. --Aitvt.
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real test of their Justice and. fail play has come. From
this w may Judge tha rest.
, VThey are enjoying In Knssla a cheap triumph In which
no' brave or gallant nation can long take pride. A great
peop!, helpless by their owa sot, lie for tha time at their
mercy. 1 ' - .
V Their fair profasrion aN forgottoa. -They nowhar
Set vp-jastlc but vorywhera lmpoe their power and ex
ploit everything for their owa ass and aggrandisement;
and she peoples of: conquered province-, ar invited to be
free tinder their dominion! v
''.'At wo not Justified In belief lng that they should do
the Same things at- their westera front even, If they were
not thcr face to face with armies whom, oven their count
loss divisions can not overcome? If when they have felt
thai eheck to be anal they shoald propose favorable and
equitable terms with regard to Belgium- and, Fran o and
Italy could, they bbun us if w concluded that they did
so only to assur themselves of a- freo hand la Bussla aad
.. ''Their purpose Is undoubtedly 'to make aQ tha Slavic
people, all tha free aad ambltdoas nations of the Baltic
Peninsula, all the 'lands that Turkey has dominated and
misruled, subject to their will and ambition and build opoi
that dominion an empire of faro tapon which they fan
that they caa then erect aa empire of gala and commercla
supremacy aa empire, as hostile totho Americas as to
the Europe which tt will overawe aa empire which win
ultimately master rersU,. India and the peoples of th Far
East. i . -
.""In such a progxam, our Ideals, th Ideals of Justice and
humanity and liberty, the prinalpl of the fro self deter
tnl nation, of nations upon which all th modern world In
sists caa play ao part. They are rejected for th Ideals of
power for the principle that the strong' must rote -the
weak, that trad must follow tha flag, whether those to
whom It Is taken welcome It or not, that th people of
th world an. to be mad subject te th patronage gad
overkrrd&hip of those who have th power to enforce It,
MENACB TO TTTTUKE AMERICANS '
"That program bnce canted ut, Amerioa and all who
com or dare ' to stand with her, must arm and prepare
tnemseltea. 1 contest th mastery of the world, mastery
in which the rights of common men, the rights of joanm
and of all who aa weak, auisU for th time being; ibe
trodden under foot aad disregarded and th old agelong
struggle foe freedom aad right, begin again at Its begin
ning. Everything (that America has lived for and hved
ard grown great to-, vindicate and bring to glorious reaUaav
tion will- hav faUaft la utter ruin aad th gates of mercy
onto more pitilessly -shut upon mankind! . 1 .
- "Tha thing la preposterous and Impossible and. yet Is
not that what th srhela course and action of the Oerman
armies has sasent whaavr bhy. hat moved? -1 do. not
wish even in. this moment of utter dtsiUnsionment to Judge
harsh'y or unrighteously. I Judge only what th German
arms hav accompli ah ad with, uapltytng . thoroughness
threurbout vry fait region they hav touched. 1
"What-then, arc wo- to do? For myself, I am ready,
ready. sUU ready, ven now, to discuss a fair and Just and
honest peace at any time that It la sincerely purposed n
a peace la wbioh the strong and the weak shall far alike.
But th answer when I proposed such a peso cam from
th Oermaa eoaunaaders In Bussla, and I cannot r'
the meaning of th answer. . -r.
"I accept th challenge. I know that yon accept it
AH the-world; shall know that you accept it. It shall
appear la ths' attar sacriflce and self forgetfulaess with
which w shall give all that we love and all that w hav
to redeem the weald aad make it fit for free men like our
selves M livrfo t 1 -
"This bow la th meaning of all that we do. Let ovary
thing that, we say. my fellow countrymen, everything thai
we henceforth laa and accomplish, ring true, to- this r
tpmse till th majesty and might of our concerted power
shall fill the thought aad utterly defeat tha fore of those
whp aottfr wad' taispria what we- honor and hold. deer.
"eaariy has one more said that force and force alon
shall do cldj .whether Justice and pace ahalf relgra la tat
affs'rs -of moai' whether right, aa America conoelves It,
domluloa, aa she eancelvea it, shall determine th destlnlei
of mankind. " 1 1 1
"Xhara- ta therefor but on response possible front as:
' 'rce, fore to th utmost, force without stint or limit, the
ri hteous and triumphant fore, which shall make right
the law of .tha world aad cast arery selfish dominion dowv
in the dust-f- - - .
CASUALTY LIST DOES
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, Press) tvidrntly not including ,be
, easualties which have oeeurred In th
I if rent buttle Unit ta now in In
l icardy u to which full reorti have
not vei neen received and compiled,
the war office limt night issued its re
port for the week of the causaltie
which uuvc occurred to British forces.
"P'. were ox
' xnoM' or who died of wounds re
ui uunie. ur these 133 were
offleen nod rt2 enlisted men. Qf the
wounded mid miaiiing, ()2 were officers
snd H3.1H were enli.tted men.
- w S J.
I o-i r- tiirin-il from a short
'tip to llilo ou the Mauna HtM
Orders Issued Jo All Soviets To
Offer Armed; Resistance Bri
tistr Afstf. Land, Report
NEW ! YOBK; iApHl 7 (Aaaociated
rrs)-rI-aridifig ef troopa or naval
frreli la" Siberia W;Wed upon by the
BolabjevM '(fovemment of Bussla as a
hoatJf 'it-.t tmlj UiC leading forces are
to be. reeisieil a enemies, ia indicated
tn report i ret-ei fed from London. .Brit
laiK i-i j-afrtlh attfi . I.mmu tiavail fnreaa
have beeaJawded In Vladivostok act
(riling 4a. despatches from Moscow re I
raided herei . S, I
. According" to a semi-offlcialy
'.which reached London1 from
Moseow Yesterday til official order had
bran Issued there bv tha Botahevlst ro-
ernment whlehd effect soidtj-:' ''i' '
" In referenda to tha tending of Ja-
nn, fnree at-Vladivostok, th coup.
IvVL.Pf 4h peopla.1 commUsarlo It an-
'-be action and to aacnro tha withdraw
il of tha landing fore. At tha aoms
Aha order ar issued to all bf ha aavj-
at ifi Siberia to offer armed roaUtaaoo
'.a nvrnmy ineureloa from anyiaa-
Mon Mi to Busaiaa territory.' t - i
No warning of the Intanded landing
if arm ad .for ' wu given to tha au
thorities" at Vlplivostok, an Id' Moacew
lesnaHie, which addad that Brit ink
well ai Janeaeee. force ontarod tha
fibariaauaity..- fv r ;S
r-, w. S. a. ," '
Vlinneapolii'? "Sports" Draggec
From Pool Rooms and Danes
. ytaJIs Jy thi Hundr eds
MIKKAl'OtrS April T (Aasociot
tKTVesa-divltig a demouatratioB of
lia4wlll soon become general through
tut (ho eountry, in the search for alack-rs,-the
defartment of justice amenta
Aad a systematic aeries of raids
throughout this city last night The,
cheap sports, th hangers-on arooad
ueationable joints and th "lounge
ixarda" of hotel lobbies aad dancing
-parlor were the quarry of the federal
agent - -
Lrne hundred and ninety-seven pool-
"oms, daaee halls, and other like places
ere visited yia, men in each of draft
ge being compelled to produce his
-egiatratioa oard on demand.' Those
ho failed to have the neeeeaaryi bits
f pasteboard ..were promptly put un
ion arrest aad esrted to the look-ups. -
"Apjrnaimate)v . a:. thoosaad - youths
were'thus roonded up; Those who ar
all to. produs registration cards by
tomorrow morning will be releaaed. but
all others who eannot ahow that they
have reentered and complied with all
the requirements of the- draft law will
be held aa slackers aad kept in confine
ment until called, to th eolors.
CHICAOO, April 7 (Asioclateii
Press) With more than one hundred
members of the Industrial Workers of
the World about to face trial for al
leged eouspiraeiea against the welfsre
of the United States ana its progress in
industry and in the conduct of the war.
the ernicioua activities of these Am
erican HoWhevists are atill evidensed.
m tins occasion io an effort to thwar
out ice and render Ineffectual the usua
uachluery of the lawk -
la the federal aourt before Judg
.amlis yesterday a number of pros
tective jurors testified they had been
-pproaehed by members of the organi
sation who had sought to sound them
luou their viewa relative to the tbeo
lea eapouseil by the Industrial Workers
if tt)e World and as to Boeiallam. it
aa clearly established that the per
ions so approaching"- the prospective
talesmen were agents of the organize
tron, -not merely friends of some of tin
-Judge Land in took, oecaalou to aoatb
iniflv . coiiileum the tactics of the
"Wobbl ies" snd peremptorily din
trttsexl the entire panel of jurors. H
Iras ordered a new.- amd taeeret pnne
o "be drawn at onee declaring this U
be the only way to meet such machine
ions to defeat justice aa the testimony
presented to hua has disclosed.
W. a. a.
WASUlxaTON, April ft (Offidsl)
"he crop forecast for the nation fo
he seHson ef 10lg is encouraging
.Vheut hus iiuproveJ ia all seetion
luring Xfan-h. An official forecast is
iromised for April 8. The fruit pros
tests ar good elao.
The war department has arranged
for fUrlougha for soldiers now in train
ng camps so that they can reWn to
A farms and do neeesaary farm work,
lepeeially in the harveating.
' Favorable weather is accelersting
he- plantiug of millions of "war gar
lens." - W. a. a.
JAPAN'S GQLD HOLDINGS
TOKU), March Id (Aaaociated
'res) Otfioial. special returns state
4int Japite'n ."'old holding, on Fubru
icy, I'l Mri 1 055,0111 OIK) yeni the Bank
-f .Tni.xn hohliiiK 717.000.000 aqd tha
Imperial Treasury 330,000,000.
In '"'Some nsfnfcet Allotments
;.; Ara: Excr ' lli Rrstiy
; WASHINQTOXv April 7 Aesociat
ed, PresaJ-ThronghrmN the eoantrv,
from eeeao td en and from th Rio
Urande 'to- th. Candlaa border1,; yes-1
httnsv Was a day of OatkusiastM aid
patrtotitf' demonstMiUons and eIebra'
Hons, fTb demonstrations in all in-1
lnBM-Wr J.lll. A.k..b n tka I
opening e5 th drive for- th success of I
the third Uborty Lono. Without doubt
th greatest deiaoaetrntion 'was ia -Bal-Urn
ore from herx-. the- President re
tnraed.laet aightv-'1 ; -.:- .; '
i lieporte' thus- far't celVeO. Indicate
the sueeeas f,f the opening of the. third
loan campaign: far overshadow th ear
ly. -result -of tha-other -sr drives. Mil
lions of 'dollars were pledged ia various
bitieev-large and email -yesterday; and
Mi. many, instanee tha required 'quota
irae tiversubanribed hefora th day had
enoed. .-Knports ef th exceeding of al
lotment asyre eosse iBwxrom widely dir
fereat sections of the eountry-. .
1T7HQLE NATION : JOINS
W, In demonstrations
aVaSHINOTON.' 'Auril 'o-fOfflcisI)
Today tfnt tb anniversary- of 'Amer
ica.' atraae tot th-war, th unneu
ates- ia aobordlnatt nir every thing to
starting- the third XJberty Loan earn
paign. eelebrating th firsf fear of the
war.;v; :.."... w '''; : '
Psrsdes, meetings, bonfires aad many
lovH demonstration mark th celebra
tion.' and, this evenino. -thoesands of
attte. .towns and hatilets. ar joining
j. . u.ir,u
i tiio nation-wide preirasi. i Hua
of small eommanitie tonight are claim
lag the Mhoene flaga'f for, having sub
scribed their foaa quota before sundown
k tho: esa day.-' M J
Rtt vast-ti the aumber of today 'a sub
scriptions that they eannot all be tab
ulaled." ' MaBV" large subscribers arc
expected to wait until near, the cam
isiin's end m hTsy'4." A-
Popular . laterest ,1 plainly mueh
rree'enrhau'ea th oaeaaioa of elthe'
of tie arat twa loana, owrng to Amer
ica 'e more aftlv par ia- the war and
in the great battle bow raging,
t The public ta. aow aware that Persh
ing' troop are "somewhere on thr
batUetrout? but despatches, do not dis
eloso the vise ol the unit or -other de
tailed reformation- i,
Military .expert here believe th-
th Germans-. araiunable mach longer
to sustslo th terrlfte losses east of
Y Amiens, ; where thev hsv rer.etuvll'-
eAdravored to break through by shoe'
fore ef numbers.
W. fc. s.
STATES ARE TOLD OE
Hundred and Fifty ThousanrJ
Heeded In First Calf : ' .'
WA8HINOTON, April 6 (Associat
ed Press) Provost Marshal General
Orowder's orders for the mobilisation
under the April call for the draft- are
being received now- by the governor of
the various states. "-
It is estimated that the total for
April will be 150,000. Of these the
Scares made public today show, that
California will contribute- i-tCS ' OliiO
10,000, IllinoKs 6579, Arkansas 1047
whites and 198& negroes, ssd Txt
1330 whites and 3.187 negroes.. ;
w. a. a. - 1 .
FOR GE m SP
WASHINOTOff, April 8 (Aaeociat
ed Press) Announcement by the wai
department today says that Brig. -God
Henry Htyer in command of a brigad
at Camp Lewis, Wash., will be' give'
aa honorable discharge, reverting to hi
former rank of colonel, and will son
maud: the- Twenty-seventh Infantry ii
Coloner Htyer ia a graduate of Wee
Point and served first in the Bisth Io
sntrv. stacinned t Camp Douglas
Salt Lake City, where he we marrief
in 1891 to the daughter of Major
Vilkes, a son of Admiral Wilkes, V. 8
w. of the Trnt and Rlidall incident
The son of Colonel and Mrs. Btyar was
-.minute at West Point of CapUlc
Marcus Honsarrat of Honolulu, - ao
with th Fourth Cavalry, at Schonel
w. s. a ,
PACIFIC OCEAN IS WIDE
ENOUGH FOR TWO NATIONS
SAN FRANCISCO, April (Of
ial) At the seventh anniversary Oere
nonies of Pncifle Mail, held her to
Iflv. the Japsnese coiis'il-general - d
lured In n speerh: "The ' laeit
eean is big enough for our. two na
inns in friendly rivalries We- have;
'oupjit t-ieMier and in the Bear fu
ture may fight atill closer. We are be
ginning to understand and respect each
other better. We are not hostile snd
we will remain friends forever' Hf
concluded by proposing everlasting
peace on the Pacific ocean.
w. s. a. .
WILL COMMUTE SENTENCE
OF CONVICTED, PiQITER
WASHINGTON, April (Aaaociat
ed Preaa) President Wilson, decided, to
day to commute immediately the seH;
tem-e of. Frank M. Byap, former presi
dent of the International lon work
ers' Union, convicted of complicity in
labor dynamiting pluts and aenteoead
tn iinprinoninent. Ordinariljr Bvvan'
aeutuuc would expire in July, 1910.
: . 1 ' t ' TT777
arm 4 n H Acni
VJCI IllUIia aLfCdUC
' ' kmm. ' J' ' T .
THrbugii.Center 'ahd Pile Op'?
VJ KW VORK, April 7 (Associated Press) Continuing with
lf plunging tactics, the German jnaased attacksupon the Anglo
French lines before Amiens wer kept up, ajl 4y 'ystcr(liy' until
the battle has leccfme k greatfy magnifted Verdun, paralleling that
:lasstc struggle in the fruitless sacrifice of life and in the attempt
o break down opposition through sheer weight of man. power; driv
en against shot and shell. " v ' 1 ' '". ' '
Yesterday's drive was delivered against the Allies' center, after
he bfoW laflnched Thursday against the Frenchsoutb ol the Somme
nd the one launched on Friday against 'the British north of the
Somme had spent their violence ' and been repulsed ivtth ' great
.laughter. 1 ''
' MASSED TROOPS IN WAVES
The main attack was delivered at a pointy" just south of the
mme. ert th enemy threw masses of troops against the Anglot
French lines from the Vaire Wood; east of Corbie. In dense' waves
the German battalions came on. into their ranks beink Doured a
'l-'..:t r .t,.n. ' t. . .n r
. ,',7- , .- ' A. . i , t. ... . ...
I Sc nttarkera fell. Frrah regiments were thrown into the? Battle
YET 111 BATTLE
But Soon Jtef Will: Hand T
Fritz i Theii;' Compliment-, :
S,avs ILIoyrj .'Qeor 1
WA8HIIf0T0N? Apri 7 ( Associat
ed Press) American infantry ha not
yet been throw a into th titanic strug-.
gle along the western front, according
to the report on th casualties for ihe
past four day, during which aerfoj
the lists have not been announced. The
casualties, ' it was stated at the war
department last night, "ar - only
That it Is th intention of Qesersl
Foeh soon to strike with all hi forces,
inoluding the hundred Of ihouaaada of
Aanerlcaoa aow -to Fraao.;ady Flaa
dorsal foreshadowed hyc-a , talegraaa
aent' veaterdar. . bv Premier Lloyd
" . . i a r M V Jl - I.
uaorge 10 me wra asror mwi
read at a luseheon eelebraUng tha Irat
anniversary of Ameriea.'a entry: Into
th we. The Premier nidi: - i!:
"In a few week the Amerieaas will
dive the Prussian military jaats ths
surprise of their lives. ' i i
lively" oa Tonl Tront
On the' Toul front th Germans at
tempted a rata eariy ini morning, pre-
ceding, this by a violent artillery prep-
aration- A Urge raiding foree, whea
quickly enough, being met by the
American riflemen, who had manned,
their troneh.es the mihute the shelling
eame to an end, anticipating the Ger-
man move. The raiders entered the wooa, norm or tioeri, une re
trenches but wr drivita ut, r with .a sUt brinCingr no change In the
:w7;r?..nTmHZV.nd,rV,n situation."- EngagemenU between
. . . . s a.L is. i u 1 .
Another incident of the day on tnis
front was the aaptuTO 1 la No Man's
Land earlier in the Tiigh -of a Ger-
man sergeant, out ecouttng. An Amer-
lean corporal, in a listening, post od- enemy s artillery continues ac
aerved the German ' sergeant, with an jj vc" '
Iron Cross on his uniform, stealing
aeroaa the ground. Although' tha Gee- , HEAVY FIGHTING ON OISB
maa waa considerably Digger than the
eorooral. the latter leaped from bis
llatauiiui post, smashed the. German
... .... i. u i j 1. 1
li'T Hie oima m nis gup, inroiviou mm
I to prevent him giving an alarm aad
n fragged, him back into the Amerisan
he wa received with
W. S. S.
Sriiish Planet Do Effective, Work
and That of - qestroyers
' 'BringS. urNr R(tj '. .
WA8JIIN0T0N, April (Associat
ed Press) The Associated Press has
ibtained from the British admiralty
letails of destruction of submarine
'British aenplanea have recently de
stroyed eight and British dirigibles tw
ithers. In on lustanc a submarine
ttacked a convoy. The seaplanes;
l um acBUiBu.o
ombed the U-boat, and th tTiWl?"m-ZZ
vlth their depth bombs ani.hed- it off,
rhe shattered bulk aa it sank. '
puis cara IN l TO 14 DAYS
?A7w) QIMlMRtfjr is guaraatesd tt.
euro blind-,' bloodiug, itcliing or pro
ttadiag1 'fFLar'-ia 6 1rl,4 di or
mohey, ' refMrtdrid.,' ' WannfHCtuu b V
Hi r AKIS IhpiCBC..Rt vul
U. a. A
In snother ease h U-boat of th largest ; '"'.C'lOw va, -".,
ely Strive Tq Sma?l)
in ever recurring numbers, each
wave, falling back shattered be
fore the steady 'firjng bit tfet En
tente trenches. ;
' All day, with scarcely, a. break
the battle raged, sometime' the
overpowering ' ' numbeti' 1 pC the
Germans, permitting enough, sur
vivors to reach the British lines
to enable them td attack band to
hand. In, . these 'encounters the
Germans were invariably defeat
ed, the survivors breaking and re
treating, leaving prisoner behind
them and the' ground thick -with
their dea4 and wounded; At no
place did ' the Allies break "or
yield, a trehch on this front.'
This battle, whic" the ' Ger
mans are expected tQ resume this
morning,etms likely to,.develop
into one of- 'the ' lmporttt;cnU
fiictsi bf:' ft "'.war Wpprtantai
altecting the tenure hy the Eu-
, . . ; r . , . .. - :, .j
terte of What remains tO them.oi
the Weage. shaped, area'of' tecn-f
tory formed by the junction, bt
the Sdmme and Arcre divers. '"
There ha been no. altenipt qjt
the part of the Germans to renew
Hieir ouenRive on inc. nor.n..
, . . . . ..
Field. Marshal Haig, .,rep0rtmg
aat night, as quoted in London
despatches, said -Theinfantry
action on the British front has
been confiued to local fighting in
.. . ny.ahhnrhri 'Aeuv
the neighfeOrtlOOO. Ot AVeluy
small Doates or troops are taaing
r-na narta of 'Hie Uriel.
J , t . i i Tt..
but these are purely local The
Paris reports a French retire
ment on the point on the left
bank of the Oise. The official
French report says: "Heavy
fighting has taken place on the
Oise and in the Spjnme region,
but all the powerful German at
tacks have been repelleJ by the
French except ori, Xhfi eft, bank
of' the Oiee, ' where the French
were forced, to retire to' previous
ly prepare positions!',' . .
ta Ot -t'ri v
WASHINGTON) Apfit f (Associat
ed Press) Both Houses have passed tha
Webb Export Bill. sod. it fea giln. to
th President ' w -'?..
"Thi measure U diametrlfllly op
posed to miKU, previos o-cia anu
. r -r- ."',,---,7 '.i.r i' i
LYMAN IS APPOINTED
SALT LAKE 01?? Apr.il
ciat-l Irerji-Tiyha4. Vvnir, , (
th 1st AposUe Lya..: ba. Uoett, )r.
p(iiitl a member, ot tliee iilor.u,ra of,
t'vehe by the governing boarj. of thfr,
Duo ,iiiv. Pin
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