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WSffllMORSiMAKE THEIR WAY OUT F
0F; WOODS AND REACH HILO IN SAFETY Bfi
Without Food For Two Nights
aod ays. Both Uninjured,
Major Clark Is Well,
HILO, MAY 11 (Special to The Advertiser) -Major Harold M.
(.'lark and Sergeant Robert P. (iray, are safe in Hilo and to
night are sleeping peacefully in their beds. The fears 'and doubts
oi thousands who have anxiously waited upon news of the aviator
and his mechanician and who had all but given u; hopes for their
safety are allayed and put to rest. , Major; ('lark appears none the
worse for his experience but Sergeant Gra".is pretty well exhausted
f.om exposure, lack of sleep and of food.'
. LONG WITHOUT'FOOD
Aiter being missing for two nights and more than one d:ty the
aviator and his mechanician 'stepped out from the Kaiwiki home
stead woods at half-past twelve o'clock yesterday afternoon and
the reached Hilo in the police' automobile at half past two o'clock
u (he afternoon, practically the entire population of the city turn
in;; out, to give them a wildly enthusiastic welcome, l or two nights
they had been without food or- sleep.. They ;say that those who
packed their machine before they left OaWfdrgot to put in a supply
of chocolate-ami they suffered from its Uck.-'Major L'larkhW even
ing dined with Doctor Sexton at the Seaside Club and seemed to
be as "fresh as a daisy". Sergeant Gray yvas considerably exhaust
ed and suffered from cramps hi legs and his stomach is disordered.
Neither of them suffered any bodily injury.
EACH PRAISES OTHER
Kach of the aviators credits the other with having saved his
life and their story is one of thrilling adventure of the gravest danger
met with, heroic coolness and quick thought and action, of perils and
hnrdbi('-fnet and overcome.'
- jxt . LOST IN THICK CLOUDS
Major Clark told of having become lost in the clouds at an ele
vation of 8000 feet. They rose to get out ofthe heavy fog banks
but these grew thicker as they rose and they .were forced inland.
The slnggish'action of the engine prevented them from flying across
the island to the Kona coast. Darkncss'came upon them and they
were compelled to jnakc a landing in spite of the fact that they
had a plentiful supply of gasoline. ."', ' ; v -
MAKES PERFECT DESCENT
Major Clark made a perfect descent, jokey iag hip machine until
all headway .,414 belostithei.roihtinff(''flettle to' the
earth tail first., lie did this to avoid the danger of crushing Sergeant
(iray, who was in the front seat. For this course tho sergeant credits
Major Clark with saving his life. "I figure that it ain't right and
that a man ought to break the chances aV least fty-fifty if not bet
ter and Major Clark did not do this but took" the short -end for
himself.",, said Gray yesterday afternoon. '. t.'-,Vf.;- '.;" .'.
Major' Clark having saved Sergeant Grjkjr'a lf'.the Utter next
saved the former by digging him from the 'telescoped cowl in which
he was confined -after the machine had hit the'grq'un4'
HOURS OF HARDSHiP 'j
With Major Clark rescued the: ' 'twoi'tried tdsleep-Vfaeside the
machine but the rain was falling-so that sleep wa$ Impossible.
Xcxt morning they got a sight of th'yf'sjiirtingvery dimly
and faintly through the thick clouds, AfUr Wioi'rs of protracted
struggling through the jungle they carne''ifpofi4 Vitet'cdurse and
this they followed down until they : camajo a homesteader's village.
The two men tell many interesting anecd6tes "of ;tfteiV remark
able experiences reflecting Major Clark's heroism, self-possession,
nuiokness of thought and resolute determination arid Gray's devo-
RADIO FLASHES GOOD
NEWS TO HONOLULU
Official - rntlle niessagos received by
the NavsJ Badio office shortly after
two o'clock yesttnMay afternoon gave
the fir lit news that Maj. Harold M.
Clark ami Hergeant Robert P. Gray
were safe and Bound.
Within u short time a message waa
received liy Maj. Henry ('. Merriani,
chief of staff, from Col. Ion. Bow
man, of the national guard at Hilo
Massage Bsc el red
" Major Clark and Hergeaut Gray
I'Uiue out of the woods above Hilo,
Uv theaiiaetvea, at twalve o'clock I
(noon). aiuL.rau utto one of our iiat- '
roll there. Both O. K. Particular
Another message arrived shortly af-l
ter ward for Major Clark's mother, at i
Fort Kainehameha, signed by the ma- t
jut announcing that he and the ser
geant were both well and all right. '
The Naval Radio message said that'
"Clark and Qijay, a.ld; at; Kaiwiki;,
Gasoline supply taa tout."' ' Both safe.").
This was signed by the wirelee operat
or at Kswsihae, Hawaii. ' I
Kaiwiki is a stretch of la.id'hn-1
ning from the Hamakua nide of
Hilo diatrict up through cane lauds,'
liomeatcudH and to the forest. At first '
it thought that tie hul reach e-1
Kaiwjki liy water route, but this was
bouu diapelled by the actual news thai ,
he had emerged from the foroat.
Machiiia Wracked '
Major Merriani enid laxt eveniag
uixloubtediy. the niiu'liine muat ha in
a wreuked condition, and proliablv
eould not be gotten out. The plane is
t seaplane, with iuntoons for aliddiui
on w utter, aud is not provided with
wheels for laud. ,rnnning. Kven 'if
wheelH were placed under the machine
it in doubtful whether it eould be
moved owing to the rough country.
It' the machine Is diemautled. U might
be brought down in sections to the
government road, or to Ifilo, on mule
back. Mother Breaks Down
Mrs. Charles A. Clark, mother of
Maj. Harold M. ('lark, bore tip brae
ly under the trying ordeal of the iast
two dayl aad when news reached here
yesterday thathar boy waa aafe and
.. : r 1 . i i -- . "" ,'. .gL-i-iJ i
unharmed in Hilo." reaction set In aad
she was confined to her room suffering
from headache and nervtnisnees.
Mrs.' Clark was cheerful and op
timistic right p to the last and bad
unbounded faith la the ability of her
sop to come out of , tela 'venture fn
safety. The telephone at the Clark
headquarters at Fort Kainehameha kept
up an alraonf inceesnt ringing from
the time that Major Clark, was firt
rpported as loaf until yeaterdnv anil
after the news was flashed to ifonolu
lu of the safety of the popular bird
man, congratulatory telephone calls
poured in by tit hundreds.
Sympathy Waa Qratlfytavf '
"Of rourne after the first .lay we
were worried," said MiaW Marian Ut-
tebrant, house guest, at the Clark home,
lat night, "but we kdew that Major
Clark would come out in the end all
right. The aymbethy. accorded us by
the Honolulu publio during this tense
Hiruation has been really wonderful and
ou behalf of Kra.VCIatk, I want to
extend her sincere thanks fend appre
ciation." ". .
i ll)y h'l the rumor spread' aroutid
town VptrlI that Kajor Mark 'was
ttafe, thaa The Advertiser phone start
ad' ringing and hardly a momept dur
ing the at'tternoon up to six o'clock
waa the J'hone Ml. , People from town,
the country district and the urmv
posts rang up eurer to Team the lat
est about Major .ylark, aad 'invuriubly
the comment ' tgresi MBplfndid, best
bows I've heard1.' , Major 'flark. hu
beeoma better ksewa Ja- Honolulu than
meat assay offleen - dnring - all the
meat ks he ham beea rlytng, ever' Mono
lu'l',- arid bls.'ilarjeir smV -fine control
nf th niachlne," tgethjernWith ,hu ul
most youthful appsrtrance-'beve niaite
bim a splendidly -liked oun armv
ofllicer. : ' ,
Hilo Waited Arrival . ' 1
Hilo was prepared for (TlarV 's com
ing, for a mexHage had preceded him
the eveuing before and was publishcl
In the Hilo. papers. At a. result all
Hilo &udfcuna -and Kohala ami the
Hamakua coast was wafching fpr him.
Bernanl Kelckolio, the "Boy Orator",
who hrrived from Hilo yesterday hii 1
that people went down to 1 the purk
and the hay front and waited from
uoori uptil six o,Viock. Then in the
evening came the reports that ha wa
. nAWAHAH 'A2KTTK
MAJOR HAROLD M. CLARK, U. S. A., the Army aviator
over whose fate Honolulu grew anxious, but who is now
In .Hilo, safe and well, after two nights and nearly two days in
the forest mauka of the Crescent City.
HUM ti 11
Tlie Vhdle ielaad wbh elcctrifle.l m
t CiB at ,'Oiice. Officers of the n'u
tionat guard, su'pervisnrs, the polir.
and all gOvernmeNt offlcinlx laid plan
-to find him. Colonel Bowman plume
all lugbii.iong to towns, plantation
and ranch en, asking them to ntnrt e
Hoarch." - Heada of rauclies .ornnin 1
their cowboys and prepared to Imw
them go out for several days.
A. W. Carter, of the Parker Ranch
called in all cowboys, supplied then,
with Ave days ratidus, am) by Frblsix
noon had', ajierp than 200 men io the
waddle with instructions to cover th.
Mauiia Ken; alppes in certain secrioiih
Signals were arranged. The same thine;
was done at the Bhipman ranch. Othei
ranches turned out their men with
similar Instructions. The national
guard was ordered out. Under innl na
tions from General ' Wisser sumpaim
were ordered to patrol the entire Isl
and. Mujor Merriam said yesterday
forenoon that two goverumont vchhcIm
were enroute to the irdaud ami they
and the sampans had received instriie
I lions to patrol the shore and out to n
liMtance of ten inih's.
The island appeared to be xpontn
ueoim iu its desire to give aid to the
mifsing avintor and his iiiiiitirinioi,
jllindlv hail the news be. nine definite
I that he miixt be in jiilikia than m iiivIi
parties were organ ixud. Ir. Yernim
Shitte, of I'iiuqo Ranch left for the
ranch at one o'clock Friday inornine; to
I organize the sowboys, Chief of le
tec fives Oeorge : Bicherdson organized
the HHinparui. Shiff lna was notified
by- long distance "phojie in Puna and
he insOed instructions Jot all his depu
ties to lend their aid iit any maiinet
. reipiired. Manager Carter of Parker
Ranch, acting on the theory vie avia
' tors may have descended to the Wni
men I'lain, immediately sent men there
I Captain Clark, naval commandant at
' Pearl Harbor wired Chief of Detec
j lives Itichnrdeou thuthe "army an
I thoiilies J'aueHHo M;tHIltt Bty
I effort to locate Msjri! 'tiJ i l
ciility seea or heard,."
Lands on Maui
' Major Clark 'landed at Knliului.
Maui, and not Lahaina. ns originally
reported. The Advertiser was eeitiun
lie had lamb'. I ut Kahubn. but later
in fin unit ion oo Thursday night seemed
to indicate f.fthniiin as his first stop
pint place. His reception at Knljiiliii
a a big oue. He -glided o er tin
wat. 'if of the bay and slid up on the
bench with ease, In order to give the
: pupils of the Maui High S. In. id n
-ehllllre to see his Might. Miimr ('l.(
' on resinning his trip to Hawaii, tlcw
over llninaknnpokit, and tlnnce. de
scribing great circle as he gained ul
'litudi', took his course around llule
akala by way of L'lupuln'Miu. He de
' i i led not to cross over Hnleiiknla as
W. . a.
NOW 18 THE TIME.
for i heuiiiiitisiu you w ill find nothing
l.etier ttiun Chamberlain 's I'ain ltalm.
. Now is the time to get rid of it. Try
tins liniment and Hie how quickly it
will relievo the pain and soreness. For
Iy all dealers, llenson tfiuith 4i.
Co., Ltd., agouts for Hawii.-v,.Av-t. I
t -' f
r TUESDAY, MAY 14. 1918.'
Memorial , f ,
Message Is Unique In Word and
In Thought France Will Par
ticipate Wilson Urges Ob
servance of Mothers' Day To
WASHINGTON, May 1 (Asso
ciated I'rrt:-.) President Wilson's
proclamation appointing Thursday,
May :t0, Memorial Day, differs
from el.-iillnr previous proclama
tions ai d is lu many ways unique
In thought and In expression. It
was issued yesterday.
I:: t.iis proclamation the Presi
de it a f:. tic cation In the observ
ancc of Mcaioriil Day to offer
i o i:.-avc::i to the Almighty for vic
tory to h followed by a peace
.v i i ''u.d be founded upon mercy,
g.odwlll. Justice and for forgtve
i c :, i i a;.tio:ial shortcomings of
1 1 ir e tho French soldiers and
I -cell people wyi join with
A ', t:c . co'.diers In the exer
i M ! .oilal Day and will
to the tr vet of the Amerl
C r . t
c- : -.a t It ae a uiounced, In mes
" irre vi.l from the American
I t. '! n-ict.s i t France last night.
T c; l':'?; b et aJ o lamed a nves
-)v it. '.ut! ta reverence and
hi . .11 o i : i b-! paid to mot hoi hood
t ..! . ) o u:Ked the people to pray
;: it "':vi.!- h csslnta may descend
uro.i i 1 t' " mothers whose sons
are a ub r in. ottering their best
to the i e u . ol the nation and the
w g a
M i I i. May 12 ( Issoeia
. i i n.eiits in the na y
. ' .. . " nt t he rate of t lion--,
I h- need and demun.l of
-en fighters and for
, - . r. ni.ed and is carry
,i ,i ., !'. ;. I w b i eh seems t o
ill' i ;: I.
. nil i
I lie treu;.'l. 1 I'"' navy is now mine
Hiiiii '.'I'" """ i..'. !- e. liiFixe of those who
: 1 1 i e-erve.
u s b
W sll I v i .'l'i V Mny HI (AMNoeint
I I 're- - I ' : ' .en. John l.e .leun.'.
ii .lei e l i . I ' : i .- t .1 eolllluund t he
A Kiel ie;i : - in.- o on seetor, lin-
ef 1 in .1 I I. . . i I 't I i. I it'll. Jllllli - I 1.
1 1 11 1 lo 1 I m tieiiitK teinporiirily an
. oruaiiirai ..in 1 the foiled Htattw, han
j renooK'J . . , 1 1 . ti 1 : . il l.
vi ii 11 iv I ill l VIII
TO WASTE TIME
Von Hindenburg Must Reveal His
Plans Without Knowledge of
What Entente May Have Up
HUNS NOW USING UP
FORCES WITHOUT GAIN
Allied Airmen Keep the Upper
Hand and Give Enemy No
Rest Bombing Camps and
4N KW YORK. Mm ) J- ; Assm-inted
'rei! The i-d. rn ..(" (ienernl Foe h '
w-aitinji poliry is now . nmiiienrinK' to
e jjent'in'lt n . .n I mikhiu the m'-
t: ry riit ), of tl- Knteitte. With
he 1 0 rno, 114 in t.nten.'ilile pimitioii
lon' the (jiei.tel part "t tli" wenter
rout : 1 1 . 1 "ith time , : . v 11 one of th
Host r 1 11 n ' . I nllies of the Klitente
n eiinl.lini: the Mipnnn- eninniiind t'
trerthen nil nlon the line and in en
Idin the A nierj,.., n r.-.nfoi-eements 1st
our in 111 11 -ten Iv treiun, the situa
ion in daily iinproiii'j for the Allie
mi! lit'e.iniin orte fur the enerrtv.
The !erieniiH eni not nfford to want
'ime and Kot h 'm polo y will compel
.on il i ixlen fn rjr to nueal his plan-
vitliouf knowledge of tin- Allied p'an
o forest nil lu attempts. The Oer
nans have apparently hoped thut Foeh
vonl.l show his hand, but this be ha
ot done in any tiiv.
Allies Command Air
In the mean while the (SermaiiH ur
Martin); their strength in lo.nl flghtin'
that i ut them nothiiig but a'lde
".asimlties. while the elenr superiorit,"
of the Allien in the air prevents tht
Hun romniHiiders from securing mor
thnn fra'inenttiry information of th
mtnements feliind the western front.
Heporls from I t iidon .state tha
British bnmliiii mil. -nines are flvin;
eftiilurly over the (ierman linen, dnii
iiinjr tons of explosives into the Hn
masses, break .n- up their eamps an
lestroyin,; their lines nf eommnniea
lion. low rl'ino machines constant!;
teti the (lerin.iii 1 s tiotis. ruVing th
infantry with their machine puns. !
his v iiv the slauu'iter of the Oermti 11
a plinost censele-s.
The (termini river- are harriel when
ver they "how themselves, the ir
iah nnd French outnyinn and out
HxhtinK them. Although all the air
ork iifaetirally is beiug done over th
Mutt Wnes. when every Allied niacin
foreeij lo land is lost and when th
'.'erninus have all the advantage of an
-n'reraft battery work, the numbe
if titwman machines shot down exreed
that of the British.
Two Against Twenty
Yesterday fourteen enemy machine
ere destroyed in air battles, with nin
British machines missing during th.
'uy. One air battle was fought b
wo Hritiah flyers against (rreat odds
he Britishers not only returning vie
orious but eovered with glory, bavin
'stablished a new record in aerial fight
a;;. The two machines were sur
rounded by twenty Germans, their es
.ape being cut on. The Britisher
forced the fighting and within thirt
minutes had sent eight Hun plane
whirling earthward in flames, with liw
it hers so damaged that they wer
'orced to tlesreud. The two Brit isl
lirmen then eluded the remaining sev
11 enemy planes and reached thir lias.
u f elv .
3 round Battles
In the several local engagement
on eft yesterday the Allies made som.
;auis ami repulsed the German attack
nd counters. Karly in the day th
len. h in Flanders advanced their hie
lightly before I.ocre and added 1.
he.r 'ains of the previous day at Or
illers -Korel, southeast of Nfontili.lii 1
!'he new positions of the French 11
lirivesnes park were heavily bombard
. .1 during the day, as were also thei
Inn s at Mailly aud Kaineval.
The Germans followed up this bom
bitidnient with a heavT infantry ntta 1
oiithwest of Mailly and Raineval. lie
ierinans storming the French lines in
enily and making some initial j.'.'ne
I'he French (ouutere.l strongly at.
lime the Germans out, reestablislnni
Io n liues. During this ftifantry tiylit
nt the Germnus suffered heavy losse
ttu the British front the German
itii-mpted a raid at Neuville 8t. Vine
which was thrown back,
Berlin reports only local fighting on
the south bank of the Avre and the
west bank of the Lvs.
, W. I. I.
INTEREST TO HAWAII
WAMUNtiTUN, May 1 1 1 A.-soi oil
id I'ressl Senator Slmfroth ol t'.d
iinido, long chairman ,of the upper lion-.
inittee on I'acitlc Islands and I'oito
Hn o. has been trauferred to the . h;in
iiiansliip of the committee 011 the I'lid
ippines, while the ran king meiuber of
the first named committee, Senator
Willniil Saulsbuiy of Delawiue now
I., . nines its chairman.
- W. S. .
ITALIAN FORCES SCORE
VICTORY ON AUSTRIANS
KOMK. May 2 (Associated l'i,--'I
he Italians broke the infantry lea I
1 01 k 011 their northern front yesteidav
by storming anil capturing Monte for
no, taking 0110 hundred prisoners and
unit) machine gum.
ANOTHER CRISIS IS
FORCED UPON DUTCH
' ' ' '
Germans Would Strip Netherlands of
Her Scanty Food Supplies, Trans
forming Little Neutral Into aSecond
Rumania Russia May Be Occupied
By German Military More Robber
Terms Forced Upon Rumanians
LONDON, May 12 (Associated Press) Another and more des
perate cris.s is developing for Holland, fresh German demands
jt extren.e concessions that violate Dutch neutrality in many way
-. i . j i : . ii i .
living lccii (jicscmcu, stturuing to wcu grounded report.
Elsewhere Germany is showing her hand and a supplementary
reaty is being forced upon Rumania, a treaty as one sided as Prus
sian ingenuity can devise.
WANTS HOLLAND S FOOD STUFF
I he correspondent of the Central News Bureau at The Hague
ables that fresh demands have been made upon Holland from Berlin
hat if agreed to by the Dutch will transform Holland into another
Rumania. Details are lacking but it is understood that the Huns
ould strip the Netherlands practically of her independence and
ransform Holland into a supply depot for the Central Powera. The
lerr.and includes the furnishing of Germany with supplies of all
inds, principally food stuff, which Holland cannot snare without
oinp' on a starvatinn hasia herself
So serious is the situation
ina minister ot toreign art airs,
,unn w. vjarreti oi uic unuca
am. France and Italy, placing
f the Entente.
Following the conference, none of the ministers would talk,
'though thev apreerl that the aitliatinn waa nnm that rnnlil h uiaut.
d with alarm.
RUMANIA BEING ROBBED '
numiciutiin auvitci rcpori ine
A i . . . . -k
cumania rv tne central rawcrL
tgreement, Rumania agrees to-indemnify Germany for all damages ,
'one by belligerents, this to apply to the German stockholders in,
Rumanian concerns injured by the war or whose property has 'been
amaged in the fighting, whether
ama, on me oiner nana, expressly renounces au indemnities ot
my kind and agrees to reinstate in office those Rumanian officials ';
ho were removed prior to or during the war. for their Germanic
1 ..lit. I l i 1..i1i I. ,i ; ol --
Germany's course in Russia and the Ukraine Is finding opposition
i the reichstag, the Socialists denouncing the extortions, with their a
.nnnsitinn nnw Ki n j rv-kurf nllu
he most powerful political body in the reichstag. The opposi-i
ion of the Cnt?r ia HirortH aorsinst vrtn lfelSnr mnA lm kAini, imA
y Matheas Erzberger, leader of the Clerical Center, who has pre
iously sought fofpeace along the lines of the Pope's urgings and
ho. in the latter part of last -year obtained the assistance of tho
r u Ai : i - f ' i . :
vsuwiiis ui otavc uiuvcuicnbt, i IB prxOICtCu Dy WTlterB
n the German cress that the Erzberfrer movement will anlit the
ontrista mnA trrr m tVi rlnumfall
RUSSIA'S GRAVE PLIGHT , i
Correspondents express the ooinlon that Russia now faces .
venrs mat may cnange tne political outlook ana restore von Hert
ng to favor through the great concessions his present moves may -
mig irora tne oiavs. ucrmany
hat economic dominion of Russia
r - 1.1 . . .
1 uciiiiauijr biiu uisi uic (uvcinnirnt is now accitirig to Onng SDOUt
e military occupation of the conquered land.
An extra session of the Bolshevik! council is. nnw hslna
t which is being discussed the ultimatum delivered by Count von'
firbach, the new German ambassador, demanding that Russia be
rtually turned into a German colony. f
Berlin experts that the Bolshevik! will make a show of resist-
e and then yield, knowing their own powerlessness.
Sammies Reviewed By Royalty
and Other British Personages
LONDON. May V2 - ( Ammh inti'il
I'rt'-iit) Wfir-saiMriiPil l.iiinl.111 iv;n
itii ri'il to I'lilliimiasin ftn In wlit-n
live 1 1 it 1 11 Itiui I h of Aiiit'iii-an -til. I n-r,
iin-t arrivt'il in KiikIhihI. nun. In'.l
ihrouli tht- strefts of tin- 1 1 Tin'
tniuis purailt'tl liko tll 1 1 11 I m-:
I'imm ami their Kilcn.i.l iihii i 11 ih i
Imii.lit i-lit't-rs from thr- i-rii-l tlmt
liuve lit'rtiint Uffiiittomt'il tn in :j r.-Ii 1 n
1 rfi ini'iitH as 1111 evrviliiv mlii
'I'lif lint- nf inarrh took tin- Annii
ll 11 past tilt' rovt-rillllfllt tilln i', tllr
nin-.it- unci Hyfkinnluiui l''l:i'. nml
IhTi- wtri tlirth1' itt'partttt' nv int uic
tnntit. Pri'inier Lloyil Oeorj;!, mi w 1 I
if tin' iiiiriiH.ll of the Siiiiiiiit"t, -n
i-n.li'-l a m'Hsitin of t lit- :ir 11 il
n. I tht" rnlijnt't nipnilifrt with tin' !
ASHINdTON. Mav II
i i uriliny tn ofticiul Klein h
tn-h iei-eieil here the niiIiiiiii i i m
I'm Apnl tolaleil IISI.fl.M 1 :
pnieil vtilli (i.'U.tiH.'i in April. HUT
liiitei-, iiii-Kiiliny lioth Allietl in
.(nil -Inp. Iiiiw lluil the I1-1
l I' lllllll IlilH tlt't'll 10. 1 IU 1 1 1 I'll
etui in the ycur.
'I In lepnit iiotCH that tin
inivt :u e i nrely nlile tn u.e i"it
:ittin kiny vessels, liut uic Inn
.-iitl tiirpt'ilncs owilly tu Hie
utlol of the avu by thtj AllieJ
in. I -,i
- I III ' II
111 t I
that Jonkheer Loudon, the Nether
has called into conference Minister
oiatcs ana rne envoys ot ureat cn
the facts before the representatives
supplementary treaty lorceu upon .
v. . ....
unrirr th trmi nf this now
by Rumanians or Teutonics. Ru-
rlnfrtr ku vaM, X Pm -.. t,a
4V1 m -tiHllA
W ft Ull. 1 I ! I I I T I mi .
now nnas, says tne uerman press.
is not sufficient for the purposes
. . . .
I mii r at their htail. reviott.l the mop,.'
1 ri 111 niiiK their salutes.
At Hitt-k inhniii I'alafe, Kiug Ooorge,
j Vnei-ii Mary, (jueen Altosuilrs nl
tlif Huke of Ct.riiinilit, t-ousin of th
kinj;, Hitin revieneil tht Anivricaa col-'
I mini, while nt the American embassy
'In' line was reviewed hi Anibassailor,
I 'nye ami Ailmirals Wins sHii ' Sloruqi
A Hi rlin wireless last nlglit claims
'that the (lern'uiis yestenlay iutticttnl
hi'iiw losses iixin the A nit-rii-ans holtl
ni' a section ot the front southwest
nt' Aireniont nnil norlh of I'nrroy.
Here, Berlin tates, tha Oermans -p'nleil
a heavy mine, following this
up with a liKinliariluicut of the ties;
trme l ptmitiol'S,
No reinrt from I'nris lias been re
"iei in confirmation of this claim. '
YEAR WILL SEE THRE
vsJUNGTON. Vnv 1 1 Akmi.c-I.-iS
I I'le-h 1 America N army within
i-i.'Ue 111 thirteen iiitiiithn W'W rfar.h
i'mM t if ny t Ii ami that stifiith is At
" ''.I to l.e least iiiine than thre
inilliiiii. Hith Mime officers saying it
I In- 1 hwer to ll e it 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 n .
Vii'e thnn l..'l(HI,(MI(l men will l.e rM
-.I iii the .l"Jff eitier for Frnnre or
I ice t iuniii(r cainp.t, under tht)
II .Inn, I.
'ii' inu'i VmericaiiH nte :oinp over
- - i l Inrire numliei'N. the ortliiancn
i-i'ieeiit in hlile to keep up to lt
i n.),- sm. Kvery sohlier is fully
1 .(inppeil with arms.