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AdVbhce Their Lines Northwest
of , Belleau Wood anl Take
More Than Two Hundred and
Fifty Prisoners, Guns and
OCCUPY LONG FfiONT ,
IN ALSACE SECTORS
With Exception of Exploits By
Sammies Day On Western
Front Is Generally Quiet Con
flans Again Bombed
(Associated Press) On
the Western front yesterday the'
exploits of American troops stand
out with great prominence and
in the vicinity of P.ellcau Wood
the Americans have achieved one
of the most startling and success
ful coups that has heen placed to
their credit since their entrance
into active warfare. By the vie
tory they gained highly import
nut positions and now dominate
the ridge with their artillery.
It was a hrilliant night attack
which the Americans executed
against the Minis who were he
fore Bclleau Wood, whence they
had ten driven out hy the Am
ericans, who thereupon occupied
the Mitn positions. I'mm the
woods thev s'lranu a surprise at
tack that routed the foe and car
ried all positions hefore them,
talcinjf many prisoners, machine
guns and some larger guns Snc
rial mention of their work is
iViade in the Paris official dot
patches of last night which say
that the Americans t..ok 2'4 pris
oners at Bclleau Wood, mar
Chateau Thierry, heides machine
guns and gun-- and that the
French took some prisoners in a
raid northwest of Montdidier.
TAKE MUCH BOOTY
P-ellcaii Wood is in the Manic
sector where the mericans did
valiant work in checking the
dermaii advance only a little
more than I'ortv miles from Paris
and. where ever -nuc thev have
harassed and driv cu hack the loe
The olVuial report says that thev
advanced tlieir lines some dis
tanee to the northwest of the
vMid and that several olhcer-1
Were included anions; the prison
l'!"S. Besides the jnn- other hootv '
STRONG IN ALSACE ,
On the Alsace front the incr
ieans are now holding a i.nisid
eraMe portion of the ground, with;
three important sectors. The lat
est of these is in the region north; !
west of (iohwiler. near the fain ;
oiis I lartmanswellerkopp where;
there has hecu much hard light
iug in the past. -live
American raiders jester
day homhed Conrlaiis again and
scored several hits, all returning
Aside from the engagement of
the Americans ami the l-tench
raid near Montdidier there was ,
little of interest on the Western
front, l or the British (iene-ral
Maiji re;Wtcd no activity except
TOK.IO, Julif 'J (Special to Nippu
Ji.ii) fn order to Ret better results
by onr.tBtraUd effort, the TeikiVku
,vro flub and tli Kokumiu Aero Club
Here yeterdy amalgamated. Oen
lne KMfclnoiniya M "" preitideiit
ef tb. former organuatfou, 'hil
J jeut.-litMi.1 A'.9 beaded the latter.
t$j$i;tipt;i paw balm.
, t-iniiJi ' i f Uuiatiam, or a twinge
qt uvf J,uigi,;bitenr tjje troulde is,
t.wieMitH-riH.jn i'l in Halm drive away
iu i,Jn ni ilurs aud cures tbe com
liUillt Wiieiifv. f'irat a-iplicatiou KivesaJid Atlnnto ,,:, i p.
W-otV MtW ol it i Vept iB(miinstrat ; ..
the liuu- till) Win uf buru ami acnlda hv e cents a I n lie l
I i.rlntlr . iliefd, "uU and
prowpt rjMlu.'C.. Ju ,kL tor tho
hAtinrhuM . i.JiiHue aa aibro
.ntroa'a e err fwuil.f hotild f" pro
vilitJ Wth, rfut MM 'by all dealer.
ieM.V jsiiilrh h- CaJ Ltd., geaia for
MOTHER AND SONS
ARE ARRESTED FOR
WAR WORK GRAFTS
Former Head of Datersof A incr-'
ican tscvoiuvon is snargea vyim
Profiteering From Society That
Was to Furnish Comfort Kits
For American SoWers
N11SS YOKIv. June -7- Associated . I'renf I M.rs. SV'illiuin (unini'ii
Ntnrv. one lime national head of the liwuchters of the American Rev olut ton.
lul w iiiiiit it . society lender h n 1 mother of 1'iiite.d states Army officers has
been arrested following mdietnn'iils which lnoo wvn rcturneJ huh nt lirr
cliHrging (jriiiicl lurionv, petty luirenv hihI rtiujmry to lp.:'raiul in nn
iiei'tinn with the work of the Niitiiinal Kmerenry Relief Socio! v "f wlii. li
nl.e in the jiresiilent.
Two (if Mr. Story's wm. Allen, n lieiite'"l"t ill the ariny no stiitione.1
in M.iry IhimI, ainl Sterling. jjov eniinent emj'loye at Wanhiii((toii linve :i.
heen nrreste'l in eonneetion with the eharjfes mjnilut the r motju-r mi l
chnrijeil vith nui'plieity in the ofleiifes of wlii'h it is allege. I in the ui 'ic l
meiit she hnn lnen jjuiltv.
' SONS ALSO ACCUSED
Mother mi l hoiih are m i-useil of jh rt iei j.jil Inn in a irofl'eeriii( hi hen;e
workeil uinlei- the guise of war relief work. Through the woikin- of the
p!nn. it ntleepjl. niouev wai solii ite I hy nn.l eoiitrihuteil to pal l no!ieitor
to tie tiMeil in the nun hase of comfort
Mrs. Story arrnneil to pa.v the silieitora fl fty r rnt of all they eoUnetel
of whii h the aolieitora were to pn v her hoii H.erlin; one fi Vh for necot ia ' in
the arranifement with h i mother.
When the first intimation mine that nil i not riht with tjie fiiiam inl
affair- of the Society ami that comfort kits were not lieinif sttpplie'l in tne
itinntitiea that were warranted bv the vneroim ionri,hiitiujiH which v.re
secure I, there was n ugly Hcamlal ami iniiny prominent meiiibery of The
Mieiety, iiiilu.lintt Rear A'imiinl Klake, reaijrneil. Inveaticatinn conimittecs
were umixtcl upon ami tlie reports ren.lereil bv these comtnittei's went to
the graml jury.
Mrs. Mtnrv was eleeteil preni.lent (enernl of the Daughters of the Aineri
can Revolution in 191.1, on the thinl ballot in a turbulent mectiiijj hehl m
WafhiiiKton, receiving Will votes to 44! vote for Mra. John Milton Hooon.
the n.l mi nist rut iiiii camliilate
OF OLD FAMILY
Mr. Story comes of a long ami brilliant line of anvejftry. Her n r:' ntl
father on her 'maternal able wan a colonel in the revolutionary war. Ms
Story him been a prominent member of the P. A. R.. ami held mnuv o"i c.
8he i thoroughly informed on the work of the aoeiety. Her first olli.-e u
president of the tirst Children's Society of the l. A. K. in New York ' iM .
She bun been mate regent of New York. She established nn oinei i;eii. fund
for renl ilauhtera. She inn nitrinjent:il in having memorial tablet pl.i d.
She was treasurer of the state utility committee of the X. Y. I. A. U :::i I
served iih its ohnirman. She hua met nearly every daugh'.er In the limpu
state and hax served as president of the New Y'ork City Kederation "f
Woman's Clubs. She is n member of the board of the society of I :i ueh' t -ot
the Ktnpire state, histonnu in the WaKhinjjton headijuarters a"." in t on
fonnde.l by the 1. A. K.; vice prefident of the National Society of l alnn i,
Woman of America, a litem' er of the national committee of prison lnl.i t.
president of two missionary docilities, a member of the Society of Colon nl
Wines of New York mid' chairman in New York Htnte of the milium 's
UNITED STATES IN
ONE YEAR DELIVERS
NEARLY A MILLION
WAHIIMiTO.V. .lune -J(i lOHieial
lauding of its lirst division of troops,
nintelv (i.'.il.liiiii tiirlit 1 n' men sit 1 niort e l
transportation 'lepnrtmeiita. Where
invasion ot I111 n 1 1 os onlv, ttct:i' tiiert
aud the ''Wooden sotd of Ainericu'
1 f a' eel.
THIRD MILLION COMING
tins army of invasion that is but 1
it million re men in ll ainpi
:cndv to cniliaik and a thud 11:
In nddilion 1 1
lion nii-u tlutc hi
the I' nit I State
the gups thut ;it'
t ; a i fi i;g tlii. ! :
are avnilnldc fm
A tne t on :i - .if
and Iti'tci ci Mi
sel es 1 1 ; 1 h ll., -lilit
next I,. 1
I. I', ill tlni
.. nid e.o
ad in 1
i.etie I the
CALLS DUKINO JULY
1 l.e called into the militnn
ira ft I .a ;('i7.!Mi I llien .'t"l I lie
1 11 K 1I0
rule 111 I
o ei'sca -
at I li 1
a n 11 oil a 1
11 ne al
bet of II
I l It ll VV
1 id en
will be an e ciisoni ; 1
ii... s fur the uur d
ing h uctloll. S'- 1 ' ' a 1 '
t . ia t-ll lite scna : e am '!
I o I, ,n,:.- t this tin: . V
si l to u net I ;iy s the .1 I110
1 e 11 1 III l olillu V Ji 11 ll will
.i.l to rai-r I ut iliMibng aj-o a
d I I . connected ' h I a.
SENATORS HAVE PLANS
k of cl taskn dec.lure.1 todav '
en of tin- dri,f:, the total ol tt
call of Hi,'
army will I'' '.
of j. t.'lO.IIHII in
ISi'Mitm ' I':
il in proposed t
HUch tu Sipten
from Class I.
io.i and I hat the t'nited State- v.
Ki n to c.
iiibei lam of ihe semite itlilitui'.v , ointn
,ab oini.lMUi draft resistiaiiis duon,
,er. (), lobei and Noveiiibct, and - "
ITALIANS NQW OCCUPY
ALL AUSTRIAN POSITIONS
SS AMIlMi HiN
cd Press . SS it n all t he ai t ili'-t
was i,,t Mt il
ll' e O 11 I llI of ' ll1'
. .1 t 'II ed II lid VV . '
Italians complete v victorious atoni; C"
soutlierlv end .,1 luc I .hi.' battle laun
they yesleida v , tcinpornt il.v ended then
pursuit on the eastern huul ol tin
I'iave. Kiver. I hey hold all of the posi
turns on the lovw t I'iave that wen- for
merly occupied bv the AuHtiuiu-. in
iluil uK tlie Cnposilc In 'uliiehead
In the mountain sclois tin
notmble increase in the widen
w us 11
RAISE IN SUQAR PRICE IS
TO COVER INSURANCE RATE
WASlllNI, TON. Ji.
s, T vet
rates that hav
c I Mm- '
,1 II 'to
Ion, I ad
; ruiders bet w i
sugul to lllr seal,
Vessel lliul wen
raider well- Indent
miiiir and hij-d,, i i
Vurt her i.-d t u t ,
,1.-st loved by
I with Poilo I;
Ill's uf U CHI I Hill
,s O.l ,
v estet lav
on on l I'll
a n lion lie
lininist rutlou. These
kits for snhlifr. It . in .rluireil tfat
Today, on the aniii v e-siir.v of tlie
tins country lias in Kratice approxt
bv '.'."pll.tii K 1 men . f the sui.i.ly and
one vi'ar ago there
r s u 11 11 1 in ol
11 111 1 1 1 1 on si ron
111:0 I li t rui st
is mi jtrnr utmost
h;i- bcrti timperci
lit! le short of a mil
a n I a 11 : t'litnc ot s of
lliun II rapidly (ll
1 1 on nient s
and a- of
1 ra 1. -port a
in I'm nee
e a 11 s vi ho
Ki'i-tnl- - f tin
rat i 011 of t h .
I 01 10
llleh A III,'
'to- liall nee limits
1 1 a iei I ' e a I 'i
.1 V, at Hakel aa I
on 111 1 h I a 1 v a ft a 1 1 s
Mo' sa me t i til ' I li '.v
-1 1 at ion l ill I'i'i'M'ilt
1 not on I y the mint
1 d' l'P'"K "' 'rl
in i and Willi 11 1111
I, a: vmIIi the Any. ist
nip- m tin A no r ca ii
1 1 then ha v e a n a tin v
ttee totliv announced
; A nonst . and I ."n'.iioti
in In. ember, all
at 1 ilie1 v enoave
eiits and theie
new phase jif
ttakeii bv the ,
si , ma v ! a - ,
to t Ile iMHlli ,
V d vain in
Sllfc to the e.
inn- have I,
a as, -1,, :'.,: e
,'J" I tot
to ti. aeial I)
fa ll the
had stt in I f
Italv and ll,
if I he former bat tie lields.
a , I a i as v as con sidered
si .1' the I'iave. the (till
ill, I for the pin pose of
','1 consolidating their
, , ' a I I li ll I lli on :ij u i u s t til'
, - ot the enemy.
S ilson v cstcrda v cabled
a and eoti;t at ulatcd Inui
I l, low thai he and Italy
it tin eaii-c of lilieity in
The , I
,,'Vl -is I,,,
' d It, I a I -1 I a I
s I a I I
,oui!'js ., a
mi. her- ol .
is Well a-
I III s I
I, ci e.ssn , ,
I',, I .an I
p'v of siil'ih fm the
- :da, ed bv I he food
I 'inn. tons This'Rrrnr,n cno RIVETING
ti-ii ii ht;i I j
I'm. 1 1 i n lint'
iii I uf i;lyi fi n
;itui'i-s ol mi''
i ' I M t ' J i 1 .
h l I v ,
an I le
M'nti?fn oiiih" kii I
uininrrc mr i h .1 hi nm vu 1 i 1 1 h 1 11 itrnrii.Aii 1 uuim
QF HUN RAIDER P PP0RMfMiEIIGJl
iH1 -i !M' . V Submarine L6sses Smallest and Forcirjri Minister Startles Reich-r i i
reatrieteil o)uttar!niii;. Not only were
1 1 atm American Vessels Brina',h'' ',"'s'', ,,,r 1,111 ,lu' ,lun
, Laun merigan b.i. Dut y tt( mniW ti) Inv n hi(,ll(.r ri(P Hinn
i NeWS Of Fast and Heavily i ever before em h ton of fhtpninR ile
Irmori Rprnin Vps;el In West
DID NOT MOLEST ANY
OF REPORTING STEAMERS,
paper mar B'jny is rne most lavoraoie
MaV Be FrUiter Which Sllbma- month since piracy be;nn so far as
I . . . . j r- i losses sustained and iliiDiatrs inflicted
fines Captured and Armea rorB..f ron,.Prnpi. '
Upe AS Flbatihb Base SCOUtS fy High Prtc )
ft4 I D i is common knowledge that owing
1 UIT In rUrSUIl I t0 the number of submarines that cr"
) Ki ni.K. iminia. lune -'
-(Associated Press 1 )is
co . crv ot what in;iv lie the lit at-
the ierman diver raiders that ,
tlic I "nited
tlantic C oast, smkinir the
slower and the smaller type and,'
1 atisin- the loss of life ol some
-cote or ii'ore persons, is reported
liv the nia.sters. of ships arriving
''ro;rt the Latin Americas.
IVoence of a last, heavily arm
id t ierman raider in West In
dian waters is reported hv the
captains of these recently arrived
vessels who were surprised that
'he were not molested This fact
l as yiveu rise to the heliel that
'his is. the "mother ship" of the
s.tlimaritu's that have caused the
if the general alarm
of Imth of the Am
.suaticc of ot'lers of
he dtsi ov erv ol siih
s and have kept
nited States naval
ericas, the i
rew arils fi ir t
111a: iue hasi
i.cotes ol I
ami mam seaplanes
for the destruction
1 a mer v
I .clud w hit h prev ails
vessel is a fast fruit
li.ch llie sulimariiies
.llit,llll tl .1
I he location ol the ranler lias
locij uiven with a lair decree of
dclinitetiess to th- navv depart
ment and the scouting vessels
h.ave started their inv estiualions
in the vicinity of the places where
he siiii.,sed raider ot lloa'.inv,
hase was located.
Germany Is Asked To Send Dele
gates To Berne and Let
1 1 I ' I . Ti 'N , June '-' (Ollicial)
is, a-- mutters ut t ii i ii i ti ' to the
mat i.lriui lie,
treatment n ml exeliuiie
the I nited States has ask
to send repiesentativis
:o Heine, Switzerland, m August f, the
suoyi si ion beinjf mudo through tho
Spiiuish foieitfii office.
The I'uited States hns nlso asked
Gi'iiiniiiv to permit Hwiss representa
lives to visit (ierman prison cump and
to determine what American prisoner
may be classed as invalids to be sent
to Sw itei land, there to be interned for
;hc period of the war.
SV hen proposals of this nature were
first made ileruianv demanded tho re
tina of the notorioiiH von Kintelcu,
clatniin that he is a military prisoner. ;
The redv of the state department was,
that von Kmtelen w aa eoiivli-led of1
civil and nut military offenses us ho'
had cons), ire, I. while the t'nited States I
'tid (Iconiiny were ut peuoe, to tiring
about lain. i strikes, to use bombs to
i.'.tiov shins and to stir up hostilities'
liel vv een Mexico and the bnited States
,u addition to securinn a passport by
er.i irv di many then threatened re-,ii-nls
against American prisoners un-
e.-s Us demand tor tne excuange in
win Kinteleii was granted and the state
lepail t replied that any injuries
to Aineticinis ill (iermuny woulil nmel
with reprisals upon the larger number
if i.eriniiiis who ure imprisoned ill the
1 nited States.
w. s a. .
AGAIN BADLY SMASHED
f-AN h It A N CIHCO. -lune 2i- I Offi
,-uil, A shipyard near hete has estub
lis'i,d ii new record in rivet driving
bv driwn" an avcratic of HII.0IH) rivets
DISCUSS PR I SONETS
the I a dm for a week Tile previous roc
,,l,o. was held by h Seattle yard which
ki is diove a daily avciugn of 70,000 for
' the sumo period.
Teutons Pay Highest Cost
For Ton Since Piracy
V(slllN(m)N. .June 27 ( Awm-int
el Vrei Mny nna the mont favoni
Me mouth for the shipping, "f the
Hrltish ami the Allien ainee the heti'i
iiiliu of the (lerinnn inmoalun ot tin
"' curea r,pii,..i i,r the i nit
etl Htntea ami in Great
; elone to enrh other and
j tons below the derma n claims fof the j
Archibald llnrd, the naval writer for
It.., t nmlin T alil,ra,,li D m in tUt
i'" . . i, t,i nii, ,sa.i ,i,
1 . . r , . m
'destrored lost month, the enemy paid I
'7. ,1... I.Ll i ...I.
lO'l' lJi'H-ni I'll'f llir C"l tllll lull'
was sunk, that it has been called upon I
i to nnv siiieo it beiun its career of,
piracy. Ia apite of be unprecedent 'd
number of submarines that were set t ,
to sen there was atmk in Mnv onlv I
224, fton tons of rtrilish shii.tduL'" This
cottiiiire. with .174.11011 tons sunV in Be ok 8 To Exp'.altl
May 1917." I Clmncellor von liertling in the- r.iirh-
American Figures Is'im explained that the speech of Kor
figures given out by the 1'nitod eign r'ecre'Rry von Kiiehlinnu Was pure
itnte navv dettnttnient show basest iy to asc ribe responsibility for the con
of all nations in shipping from Ten j timiatiun of the war, and declared:
ton submarines to have been J.!.',. CHI. " It goes w ithout sav ing that there can
This ia contrasted with the (iermnn.be no question of lessening the ennr
claim of sinkings of (i2t,0i"i tons for I ctic def' iic. or ,of our will, or of ahak
tbu month. ing confidence in victory. Xnw aa be
New Type Lot fore the ruler of the empire, the princes
(iermanv'a subiiiarines are of short tl" 'op'e stand closely ami eon
life. Of'the six of the big cruiser filentinlly together."
type of which the enemv expected so ! No More DIsctlSFion
much, four have 11 1 read v ' been destrov I 'haiicellnr von llertbng also an
.d and their effectiveness fell far slto'rt ' """need that there will be no further
of the great expectations which (lei
many placed in them
JEWS ARE FIGHTING
TO REALIZE DREAM
Propose To Organize 80,000
Men For Palestine j
riTTsHI'lttill. .lune 2t t r1iei;.l -In
Palestine a ley-ion of HOOO .lews is
flybtin with the Hriti.sh forrea for tho j
complete conqtiest of Palestine, it was, .,,.,,.. . . . .
disc used at the Zionist Convention ... .' ' ""0 2( l-( Hpeeml to Nl,.pu
..... , . I.Iiin Prince Arthur of Coiinautrht.
vvhn li is in session here. ;' , . . . .. f
I'lnns were todav discussed for the "1-- h"" " '1)l' ,""b of 1,10 latc
raisino of a legion of sfl.OUO Jews
this country for service in Palestine to
provide for a national stniid:njj; army
fir the coming Jewish repuidic which
Kvety Jew who is enlisted for this
army itthe t'nited states will be plede;.
ed to remain in Palestine for the re
mainder of his life.
- w. s I
SENATE AGREES TO
SLAVIC LEGION PLAN
W;.SS INCH IN . Juiu- '-''i HXticitil ,
To the prosposal for the format iou
,,l a Slavic lepon ni the I'uited States,
In be eonipoM',1 of iiifinl,!'; of the op-pte.-et
races of Austria and (iermany.
! e n;,',' ha- eien its ai'pinvnl. I'pou
ot .,a i! i .a 1 1 , ,n t
fol ai t i v e s, i ,
that keep III'', I
I 'oil - will
ll' .11.11 lor t lie,
U.eai in a, I in
f ,1 ' titl llll-lll be
v ill proe 1 ov ersens
, , against t he despots
ki- aien priiet ically en
e c'u led f ruin t his
already . a legion of
i wee in Km nee and
f t he i in e ho desi i e
, service ULtiiiist l'i ussiaiiisni will be
ic t nited anil trained for that legion.
KOTH ENGINEER AND
HAMMOND. Indiana, June L'7--(As
s ii iated Press'. Knjtilieet- Alon".o Sar
ecnl mid Kiieuiau (iustave Klauss were
, last ni.'lit indicted by the (irand jury
culled as a special venire to investigata
I the recent triiinwreck and consequent
i w holes.ilc slanehter. The indictment
,.,.,,,., them with involuntary man
It is alleoed that Sargent as anleeji
"lull he out the train of empty steel
troop curs into the rear of the circus
i t - a i n lira r 1 vanillic i
RAID FRENCH CAPITAL
PAKIS, June '.'7 t Associated Press,
v emplanes again bombed Paris Inst
nijilit and caused material damage. Sev
eral peuetratl-d the air defenses but of
(iciiil figures of the dunni;,' ale not nun.
PLAN NEW BANK
I'lilvlO. June 2(1 iSpeeinl to Nippu
Ji ui N iecssaiv a rra neenieut s for es
- tub'ishiu with 'a .jo'itt rtipilul of Japan
ati'l ( Until a iiiiiiKing lusiiiunou canco
"The Chino Japanese Business Hank ''
were completed today, according to a
s n'i incut bv H. Sawn, the promoter of
the eiiteiprise and a member of the
house of ilepntic- of the Japanese diet
The bunk will be engage. I in general
bunking business with brunches in the
iiio-t ol the Ir.i',,' iitie.- uf the two
count i ics.
LONDON. June '''' I Xssoi'iate.l
Piess, The KmIi:icic 'l elcL'lHph Agcn
, v ha- 'I li sp it, ii fi..ni Mou'ovv ii in
ii, r In 1 1 1 in., i - that Ihe ei , ar has h" c n
stag In Lack of Confidence
In War He Expresses
I'AHIS, .June i; i Assoi ialeil l'resl
Probable resignation of Vmeign
Minister Von Kttehlinnn ja 'reported In
despatches received Inst ntln frvf
lliisle anil it is believed to be the after
ninth of the startling nunounceiiiciit
which he made to the teiehptai; that
he is uncertain Ihnt (iermany tan win
the u ar by force.
'I he llavas News Agency earned a
desnstrh anvinir fhat Korriiin Minister
vnn Kuehltnan 's aeVnowledpinent In
the (terman raiehatac Tuesdnv that
fierniany is uncertain of winning by
l.tP.-n f'lhllui,! fk tl t tt MC r I Kll 1 ll lOnill
. 1. - ! L . 1 1't...
non unionp int: reiensinn incmoers. i nw
despatch, which is from Zurich, aaya
tl at silence arpeted his prediction that
the war wonid it. n nfth winter.
Conalernntion was e.aiaed amonc the
membera on the right. The dfbnte
The reflection of the depression
V... 1.: ..A...L .... 4l., Aon. .aIdI
,Ulirw-il tl hip I rmi n , itr an
t-r . ters was immediate. The Vlonna
end I'.erlin exchniil'i' have weakened.
the flevmnn mark lina fallen 2.(10 and
the crown l.ll!i.
On the other hnnd. the Allied et
chnnires are flrni.
diieitsHHin of President Wilson s nota
I b'e "four principles of a basis for cjen
1 ra I peine." He does not favor the
I proposal of a League of Nations after
I the war, and intimated that such a
1 league would make it uncomfortable
: for Germany.
! i'.mpeior Charles of Austria is com
ni'inientiiiji periuiiinlly with the kaiser
rctiardinif the food si nation
r 1. a.
E OF CONNAUGHT
FINDS NEED OF REST
(ten. Count Noiri at the Aoyuma come
tory has deeply stirred the admiration
ot the Japanese people, left Tokio yes
terday mm 'i i 1 1 u for Nikko. the famous
I tesort, for u stay of a few days do get
' a rest from a series of busy functions
he has attended since reaching the
1 .Initunese capital.
Field Marshal K. Kowamura, Admiral
Isimin and other members uf tbu. re
Iceptitin committee have aceompnaied
the disttiiouished Hriti.sh Jiarty to Nik
i w. a '
FRANCE TO CONTRACT
SVASllJMi TON, June ill - t ( IfticiuP
Contract fur the construction of wood
en ws-cis to tost MII.II0I.UHIU Lave neeu
null, on "d bv the Krench uoveruineiit
and wiif be placed in a Pacific Const
shinvnrd. tie is authoii-'.ed to coll
tract for twice that buiouu! in the
event that the shipyards ,f the country
me tuepnicd to turn out 4(M tun
Mcaincrs to that amouiit in additiou to
Li-eniiie no with the iiioeriiiii of work
tor the CniieJ States -tliiiiiun; board.
The Oier-on district has luuuehed
sivtv -seven shii-s in the past twelve
iih mt hs.
T : t.
SS AS H I N HTt N, June -li- ( Assoc i at
ed Press I President Wilson today i
sued a proclamatuiu providing for the
continuous cultivation id' puDlie Itnnl
u which leases to private corporation
liave expired or will expire during tu
period of the war. The purpose of til
lroc lama t ion issued under the Oveijiei
act is to in vent diminution of I'ood
w s. i.
GOVERNMENT CLERKS TO
HAVE LONGER HOURS
SS SsllIMiiON, June -'i lOfticiul
Increase in wotking hums with i cor
esiiondiiiL' increase in pay fol certain
,,,v ei iinien: eiuiduvcs will follow a con
r.-s-ioniil con f et ence which was held
todav. These emploves are coiiiiiictej
with legislative, eiecutive and judicill
- ni-k mid liave been emiiloved for seven
hums daily. Owing to Ihe aiui-s of
1'iisii itss that iniist he daily tt uusnctid
u this time of stress, thev will work
etht instead of seven hours and ri
eive iticrciiKes in uav uf one siwutl
f tlieir pii'sout sniaries.
m IMPROrETpNINt .
DOES NOT AFFECT TBI: HEAD
aecau-c 9I Its ttpie su4 laaaivf
.V. TIVH ROMO Ol'INlNH il b tot'
clirt Ihuu onlinary Oulaiue. Does not i s,
voumicss. aur rlagiug In ih? a-4il
iiitrl, .licre is only unff "ttioieo (Jul-ili.
. uc iku"" ol 1 v. ino , 01 e r
FOR WOO EN VESSEL
0 H ONS
IN HiS COUNTRY
Forirtef. Great Man of Russia Is
In liindpr) and Will Proceed
From Thdre To Paris and to
the United States
SPENT MONTHS HIDING
AND WORE DISGUISES
Remained True Always To His
Cause Against the Hun and It
Is Understood He Seeks As
sistance of Allies Now
SriIXGTO. June 17 -(
Associated Press) -- Al
ter having spent months in hid
intf, a refugee amon;,' his own
people, once their most prominent
citizen and lender and vet lor
weeks not recognized m his dis
guise, A. I'. Kereiisky, one time
premier and "iron man" of Utts
sia, leader of the revolution and
ever the foe of the Unit and his
machinations, is in London. The
many rumors of his death are at
'enirth indnhitahlv discredited
ind the mvsterv whnh has sm
onnded his disappearance
freed from clouds.
I'ormer I'renlier Kereiisky yes-
erdav addressed a lahor confer
nee in London and vv.'is iveii'.i
mil and enthusiastic welcome b -
he lahor leaders ol Uritjim.
peakincr to them he is reported
, , .t .1
n London lespatcp.es to nave
said in part: "I he'ieve, i'nd'-ed
f am certain, that Russia will
shortly join you in the riht lor
the rcat cause of freedom".
Ihe conference adopted a rrso
ittion that it no longer rcco.nni'
d the iarty truce thai weui mi
ti'ei t e;irlv in the war.
OBJECT OF VISIT
M. XohokolT, Ktissiatt ih.ii.e
l'afl'aires ;it London, said lh.it
ierenskv s visit was lor tne 'i:i-
ose of i'n'forniin.i; the I n.'is'i,
Tench and Americans
iccwilly the latter, of c.
ill, lit 11 i'IS
IV ill lev
Mt V ,fl.
s tli I I -
in Kussia and seeiinn;;
isla'nce. lie did not s
ention. for he dislikes il
Kerenskv's inteiiiioii i
ecd riltnu.sl lmnu'iiutti
I a l'-s.
ttiil tlieiu c tu tlie I nit, il
lis wii'f ami dull!; vu I'-' v 1' 1
ii.iitii'il in liulim.: i'i N 11 - i i v ' 1 '-'
if sf :it inontlis. ,1 ! '. . .1 s in ,
. II f grew a lit-ai ,1 .iml . ,
1 servant's aftirc fur a 1 1 11 1 1 11
att-t". tltr.s (listjuisfil, hi w.i- i-
K move Irevlv almtit .vtn-,
. ,au-r Ik- started fur A i.. 1 u .1 .1 ,d
:as liti n (Idav ed on t!:c v.,i I 1 u
ruvveded tu iindiiti t'tuiii i ll
hence wireless mc-saes rc;.:ii
hl; hiis at rival ami dep.n tut", , 1 re
A I. Sack, head of the K 1111
nformation htireau in New ml.,
aid t" the Assnciat-d I're-s :.ist
tiKht that he did tint k 1 1 . a 'lie
tll'ise of Kerensks'-- 'in, " ed
. isit tu this country Init !: v
.limed it was to secure i nt 1 11
ion against (n'rm.iii) .
Apparently there ha- ! .. no
ntiuiatiini of ketenskv's 1,;, ,1
d visit received here 1111: 1! the
tdviees ol vestenlav ai: 1 last
liht hut his v isit i- nm ! 1 :-.i
if far teachiii),' Hissi1iiIiIk
lultii Soi k inc. a men 1 hci 1 he
Russian in issimi t the ; , : r, I
States, w In 1 has j it-1 1 ' , nil
'roin I'tiince. said that 1 c.v
nontlis a ;.;o actiuii hv ihi 'its
w 1 mi Id have I n'cn 1 1 1 1, 1 , t
ihe K Us- ians Iml t hat t'" ' 1 ic v
v 1 iiild vv eh 1 line 111 In e:i ' 1 ,,
.atisc u, ihi a'jrcss', ,1
I I e s.i in
ecu 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 -.'
.111, .ihiis ai
in M -id
1 1 e 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 -1 1
jy thf fixe! u In.