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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE,' TUESDAY, JULY 2, 191. SEMI-WEEKLY.
BIG GUMS TAKE
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U. l it BA LtlnJune Heavy BtliU lilt nWAKtDesp
HAS A RESPITE
Huns Accept Defeat, Report!
Haifl, While Berlin Claims To
Have Countered Successfully
ALONG WHOLE LINE
British Claim Destruction of
Twenty Teuton Machines and
Lose Five of. Their Own While
Raiding Over Enemy Positions
L X DOS.' June 30 (Associa
ted Press ) A scries of
heavy artillery actions in Flan
ders, on the Amiens front and in
the Champagne, with more titan
the usual .number of air battles,
marked the fighting along the
west front yesterday. There was
practically no infantry employed
except in minor, local engage
ments. (ienentl llaip, reporting last
night, said that everything was
(piiet along the British front, the
(iermans not having recovered
from the surprise attack delivered
on. Friday. In this fighting, in
addition to the three hundred
prisoners and six machine guns
reported captured by the Austra
lians south of Merris, the British
in their advance east of Nieppe
Forest and just to the soutlatof
the scene of the battle of the An
zacs. took four hundred Germans,
with a number of guns and trench
BERLIN ADMITS PART
Merlin reports of this fighting
admit that the British advanced
at Vieux-Bequin, but. ttate that
later German countcriJ regainecl
the lost ground, while other Bri
tish attacks at other points were
Paris announces a great revival
of, artillery fighting between the
)urc( and the Marne, on the
west side of the Marne salient.
Hinl in the Chumpagnc, east of Khcirnn.
HUNS THROWN BACK
Yesterdny morning tbt Germans eti
.'iiKcd at three points, ugainst the
French southwest of Hoissons, where
I lie ) I ii h had innate gain the day be
in re; ngn'mst the Americans northwent
of Montdidier, in the region of Can
tigny, h to I against that section of the
( 'hn m iniit line held by the Italian!
nt Blinv. The French and Italian
held their ground, repulsing the Oer
mini ii 1 1 n' k . while the Americans not
only drove the tier man back but cap
lined forty pi isoners in un offensive
of their oh n. The lines are every
AIR FIGHTING GENERAL
'I'lie nir lighting has been general
with the Allied livers carrying out a
series of raid over the German linen
mid lieliiml tli i' in. On Friday the Brit
i ll idiot down Heventeen German ma
chines in a scries of aerial combats,
losing ii ii : v three of their own. In
addition, six Tentoii flyers were driven
down behind their line with their
machine out of control.
In Italy, three Austrian machines
were downed with Iohh to the Allien.
Koine further reports an artillery duel
in progress on the Asuigo plateau.
British naval planes have been raid
ing, during the nights of Monduy and
Wednesday dropping fifteen tons of
bombs on enemy target and destroy
ing thne German machine. Two Brit
i xli iiirciafU were lost.
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STOCKS ARE SOLO OUT
Tin' niiiio.ijtiiii here is tluit Kauai
Kent on tin- "Milter nou" at seven
ii 'clock lat nij;lit. There have been
no retnil hhIoodh on That inland for
mi'vpihI veiir. liipiors being sold in ori
i n it I piukiiiri'K only uili) no such thing
ii known drinking on the premises
vi I j' re iiircritiHi'L fti, liceusns as Uuli
i riteii. lime liiii' ill ,' 1 f id tlei'ife, (ud
tlii'se tlie liiiiim board of Kauai, some
tunc moo. decided not to renew after
. I urn' Ui. wlin-li is toduy. At last ue
counts the linuoi ini-u hail sold p'ac
i-ciillv everything in the wav of stich
Hint Hi.nl I ret irk itlmut tnukitin any
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KUEHLMANN TO STAY
AMSTKBPAVI, June 30 (Associat-
.I Prussi -The Berlin press bus i-lnnry
id it upiiiinii i HuarlinK von Kuelilmunn
mnl it is now preilieted that the for
.1- imi minister will be allowed to retain
a mm a at a . i j m m m m mm mm m h an
Every Two Minutes During the
; Month a Tommy "Went West";
Total Killed, Wounded and
' Missing Nearly Five Thousand
LONDON, Juna SO (Associated
lre)Th Brltlali casualty list
' ' for Juii M a long on, (bowing th
i . desperate natur of th fighting n
gaged In, particularly th stubborn
4fna of tha position snctrcllng
lUeima and along tbo bloody Ly
' salient, tha northern sid of which
guards Ypres and tbo road to tha
CnaniMl ports. '
In all, In tha month Jmt closing,
tbo British loat a total of mora
than ono hundred and orty thou
sand Ken on all front from all
cau, or an avtrag of fonr thou
sand MTan hundrod arary twanty
f onr hours.
Of the, 18,310 war killed in
action or died of wounds, almost '
a man "om West'' every two
minute, day and night, daring th
Wounded and missing are 122,
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Relinquishment of Seventeen
Hundred Short Lines Is
Against Senators' Wish
WASHINGTON, June 30 (Associat
ed Press) Quick action by the director
general of railroads circumvented ae
Hon by congress which was designed
to thwart bis railway policies sad mav
cause serious friction between the rail
road administration and the He sate.
About seventeen hundred short line
railroads, not needed by the railroad
administration for the conduct of trans
continental traffic, and deemed not es
sen tin! to the need of the conn try
were yesterday turned back to private
ownership. The action was taken only
a few hours before the senate passed
a resolution forbidding the relinquish
ment of thorn. The action in the sen
ate was takes because some four hnn
dred line sought to remain under gov
Tha railroad administration has ro
tainad the control of about the same
number as objected to its purposed
course, deeming those lines essential
to the country's requirements.
UNDER TREATY TERMS
Panama Protests Against M Hi
lary Policing of Two Cities
WASHINGTON, June 2 (Associat
el Press) Protest has Wen made by
Pauama against the actiou -of the t'nit
ed Htates in ordering the military po
licing of the cities of Panama mid
!olon to suppress or prevent threatened
This action was takeu by the t'nited
States in accordance with the treaty
of 1904 between the United States and
The treaty provides that if in the
judgement of the American govern
ment, Panuma is unable to maintain
order in the two cities, the t'nited
States nhall take steps necessary to
preserve order. Tha treaty is bused
on the obvious importance, to tli
t'nited Htates of these terminal of
Disord arc threatened because
the government of Panama has post
uoned the elections for six inouthH
during which period a vice clean up
campaign is to be waged. Opponent
of the president of Panama threatened
'o resist forcibly if the elections were
The United Htates army nut hoi ilic
recently ordered all solitiors to keep
awav from the two cities while iu
U. 8. troops will police the two cities
until order is restored.
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OIL ARE PROTESTED
WASHINGTON, June 2 Associat
-I Press) The state department today
rnsde a soleiiiu and emphatic proti's:
'o the Mexican foreign ottice to he
' ransinitted to President 'srrnii.:i.
The protest is against the t'Hirniu.ii
I ecreos of February IS, 191S, taxing
i lands in Mexico. The depnrtinont
nf state declares that these taxes
amount almost to cfinflacatiou
HOME, June 29 (Associated Press i
At midnight mass tonight the pope
will pray for peace and the recstiib
lUhment of justice and charity and
fraternity throughout he world. 'I'll on
sands are attending the maaa, inchid
ing the pontifical court.
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IVI ADOO FORESTALLS
r r- ri r r- , c i a r
A i ER CA S ARE
British Ambassador and High
Commissioner Says War Lords
No Longer Able To Belittle
Meaning of Participation
FIVE NEW DIVISIONS
MADE READY TO SERVE
First National Army Division
Takes Over Sector Prisoners
Say German High Officials
Would Force Early Peace
WASHINGTON. June --(Associated
Press) Notwithstanding the efforts
of the German noveriiment to belittle
the part which the I'nited States is
playing in tin ":r und to conceal the
actual iartitiiptiiii of the country and
lis limitary sun nnni lurcen, tun "rr-
man people are . nmiuu to know that
the great Anierii.nn republic is already
a rent vital nnd dominant force and
has entered the conllict as such. This
was said by Knrl Rending, Itritish am
bnsKmlor' and spc. lal commlsHiouer to
'his coun'ry in a speech which he de
livered nt Atlantic Olty laft evening.
He said the time had come alien Uer
nanv was no Imicer able to fully con
ceal the actual l.icts from the German
piH'ple and that government aud its
citisens were m a state of growing
Flv New Divisions
Showing the rapidity with which
United States forces are getting into
fitrhtina trim came the announcement
yesterday that five divisions that have
been brigaded with the British ror
training, purposes have been returned
to General Pershing's command with
(heir training fully completed and
ready to enter at once into service of
actual flehtinn on the front.
The first national army division or
the I'nited States to get into the actual
lighting has now taken up a sector.
It is composed chieny or men irom
New Vork State. The American forces
are growing to great numbers rapidly
and daily and tneir spnere oi acuviir
mav be expected to soon be consider
llavus despatches received In Pari
say that German prisoners are virtual,
ly , unaaimoua . In . confirming ,tha fMc
of the Gennau high commands of the
American forces. This Is tho principal
reason for the (determination of Ger
many to aeek at all .costs to impose a
peace upon the Allies before next win
lev. The prisoners make no secret of
their astonishment at the lighting spirit
aiid the remarkable versatility whieh
the American loldiers display.
Chief of staff, General Peyton C.
March has announced the arrival of the
first American troops in Italy on Thurs
day. They consisted of units shipped
from the United States, largely sani
tary units and other special organiza
tions but combat troops are to be sent
bv General Pershing.
lu reviewing the situation uenerai
March said it now appeared to be ex
tremely favorable to the Allies along
the whole of the battle front.
American Casual ties
Casualties among the U. S. marine
corps organizations on tha western
front reported yesterday outnumbered
those of the army troops, according to
the announcement at the war depart
ment. The army casualties were five killed
in action, twelve died of wounds, two
of other causes, two of disease, four
teen severely wounded, seven missing.
The marine casualties were tweaty
four killed in actiou, eight died of
wounds aud seven severely injuried.
DESTROYERS MEET BUT
NKW YOUK, June 30 -(Associated
Press Reports of au encounter be
tween Brittxh nnd Gcrmau war vessels
rcHclieil here yesterday aud last night
froui London and Berlin. It is re
ported to luxe occurred on Thursday
Four British destroyers on Thursday
I'M'iiinu met ii suuadron of German de
st rovers off the coast of Belgium and
u fiirht nt long range followed which
wtis brokeu off without decisive results,
' the British report.
I. nter confirmation of the ongageraent
.nie in a ilesiisti-h from Berlin which
siiid th German adiuiral reported thut
the "British destroyer fled behind an
artificial fog bnuk of smoke, but not
l.t-tun two of them had been hit."
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HIGHER RANK PROVIDED
FQR GENERAL CROWDER
WASHINGTON, Jure 2S ( Associat
ed Press )- The senate today amended
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inr uiimi ui". ...... i.mv -r
point ment of General CWdcr as lieu
i nant general during the period of the
Th Hilo IJailv Tribune uniioonces
, that the extension of the llilo break,
, ater will be completed so fur as the
appropriation (150.000) will take it
(well within the time limit of twelve
month. The first rock was dumped a
'few weeks ayo and 300 tons nf rO'-k
a day are being dumped into the fill.
A new tpiarry has been opened which
supplies ample rock and is cone.m-
I ently located.
Man Who For Years Derided Bri
tish and Urged War Headed
Defeated Force On Friday
BRITISH ARMY HEADQUAR
TERS, franca, June 30 (Associat
ed Prow) Tho British army took
lta maasurs of revenge on Friday
against ono of tha moat bltur erlt
4oa of tho British and ono of tha
la ad an la tho Oorman military par
ty who to credited with a largo
sharo in precipitating tha war.
Thlt la General Friedrlch Ton
Bernhardt, writer and strategist
tpokaman for th junk era and the
man who for ytars before tho open
ing of hostilities bred into Ger
man a hatred of England and tho
Whan tho British on Friday
morning smashed into tho Oorman
Una oast of the Nieppe Forest,
taking th Teutons completely by
urprla and throwing thorn back
for mora than a mile along nearly
a fonr-mlls front, they delivered a
blow a von Bernhardt ' prestige
and dentod hi military pride, a
It waa Bernhardt who commandoA
tha Oorman on tho particular sec
tor which witnessed th Oorman
dofoat. - 4
In this fighting tho British took,
mon than Mven hundrod prison
ers, tw field guns, and a large num
ber of machine gun and trench
mortar. , j
Convention CaJled To Meet On
Mexican Border That May
Have Far Reaching Effect .
WASHINGTON, June 30 (Associat
ed Press) Plans for the formation of
a PaniAmerican federation of labor
were yesterday formulated in Mexico
bv the Mexican labor leaders. These
plans contemplate a meeting to be held
at the United States border at a point
that is to be selected aud will Hkoly
be at El Paso or Juarez by reason of
their central location and facilities for
Irnilroad communication. This conven
tion is to he held within three months
and representatives of all of the Amer-'
ican countries are to be invited to par
ticipate. . ,, ., .,.' - . .
'Organisation of Mexieaa labor was
brought about through the efforts of
th labor organizations of the I'nited
Htates several years ago, but met with
considerable difficulty because of the
fact that Anierioan railroad, mining
and other skilled characters was more
highly paid than was the Mexican. On
many of the railroads only firemen and
brakemen position were open to the
Mexicans, American engineers and con
ductors being employed, and in the
mines white labor being preferred over
the Mexican and paid upon a consider
ably higher scale even for the same
With the Mexican revolution a
change was insisted upon in the mil
roau policies ana in me mines me .ni
can labor generally .replaced the white.
It is possible that the proposal of
Mexican laborers aiay be aerionnly con
sidered and a convention result that
will have a broad and far reaching ef
fect on the industrial situation in both
of the Americas.
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WASHINGTON, June 29 .(Ofilcinli
-Tho bouse today voted authorization
tor a ne Liberty Bond issue of
ih1fl.IMMt.000. The bill also provides for
...i.i;,i i imn of SI VlO.000 .000 to i
the allien. The measure now goes to thej
There me now M.021,2 14,200 of
Liberty Bond authorized, but as yet
ti. ...,. i, I iln.rtv I .t.n 1 i.lan tied
for October ith a minimum of 1.000,
no i w m.. ...... . . j i
000,000. This would leave a margin of
approximately fl,0(K3,0O0,000 iu Liberty
Bonds authorised but unissued.
GERMAN LLOYD LINE'S
DOCKS ARE TAKEN OVER
WASHINGTON, .lnnt, 29 (Assoe.int
ed Press) By proclamation of the Pies
ident to'liiv. i lie I'nited States formal
Iv takei over the.wburves an'1
of the North German Uo.vd and Hum
burg-American lines nt Hobokon.
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l'"-" Ml"-V fo, Amencai,
, jjcij (;roll, aH a result of the recent
j campaign to raise a second hundred
million dollars is still coming in mi l
the total ha. already passed the must
saiiKuiiie expectations of those who en
gineered the drive.
To date the amuuut received totals
The American ltml Cioss niun'imces
the donation of 1.000.000 francs to Mi l
gian Red Cross to assist in carrying "
'in . nrl f ' 'Ii- remainder of the v"ir
The work includes the operation of flw
hospitals ot 4000 beds.
W. S. 8.
PLAN PAN AMERICAN
DAY THIS YEAR
Two Nations Declare Holiday
Showing New and Greater
Friendliness and Confidence
For United States
URUGUAY MAKES EVENT
ANNUAL IN OBSERVANCE
French Chamber of Deputies
I Meets Announcement of Ac
tion By France With Demon ,
stration of Wild Enthusiasm
WASHINGTON. June .10 ( Associat
ed I'rom- Mnnifi'Ktiitinns of frlendli
nem m t hi- art of south nnd Central
American rnuntrtof sre taking the
chape of observn ih'ck m n general pub
lie hnlidav of the nntionsl holiday of;
the I'uitcii Ntnti'i. Independence Day, I
the Friurth nf .lull- Tun onnntriea
vpsterilny took the t.'i neeessary for
rtiirTiripnrmn wun thin country in ine
observance of the nnnlverxary, one .of j
them making ti.e nay a permanent '
national buliilsr. Tnken in connection,
with the I'lniid nnd preparation that'
nre going on in rrnnre nnd in Italy
for observance of the ilav there is
assured n celelirntion whieh will
noteworthy in hintory for its extent.
T . . , ,. - . .
In view of the feelings of jealousv
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win iii.iiufl ill lilt- pnni i i ni uav uccii . . . ,.
T ., . ' , . ., . east bv the Kntonte.
frennentlv manifested bv other Amor-. ,. . . . . ... , .
icail nations the action that is now ?.h' ""'" IVtrograd is
being tsken is most gratifying to dip- m . d"P"",e: '" m"' X to the
lomatic and to business circle alike..1"0 of transportation facilities. Ac
Permanent Holiday cording to n statement ssued yester
' Meeting in Montevideo ve.tordav tho .J ,B """"" commissioner
t. .... .... i' -p" .,i, m ilosi-ow. no supplies of any kind
itlHiinau i:ijiik 1 iiinii- lur -'Hi i
. t ,.
holidnv in honor of the I'nited States
and called upon the people to publicly,
observe the dny with appropriate cere
monies this year.
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holidav through the proclamation of
the Nicaraguan Prenident
IS SHOWN BY FRENCH
WASHINGTON. June 29 (Ofrfcisl)
Announcement that the Fourth of
July ha been made a legal French
holiday. .1 created a most impressive
of enthusiasm In the
chamber of deputies, it is reported In ,it RUHgia n its rehabilitation will be
cable messages received from Paris. Noi ;nformar ,,! wjj( ttl,e tne ghape of as
greater or more enthusiastic demonstra Stance rendered through American
tion has been seen in the chamber since business and industrial leaders. The
the beginning of the war
lamest number of deputies were pres
ent that has attended any session with
the tingle exception of when Clemen
i-eau made his now famous speech re
I ps riling the German offensive against
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;nemin ties uauics. rany iibcb m-rr
for the time completely obliterated und
the plaudits following the announce
ment were unanimous ann long con
tinued. It was a magnificent patriotic
demonstration of friendship tn the
Both July four and July fourteenth,
the national holidays of the two ua
tions will, according to announcement
made by the Associated Prens jester
day, be celebrated, jointly by the
French and the American units that
lise been so gallantly stemming the
advance of the Germans against Paris.
Knch dny is to be similarly observed
ami the presence of President Poin
icire. Premier Cleraeneenu. General
Knch and General Pershing and other
no'iililes is desired. The idea origin
ated with the French authorities and
ci Milvnntuge of an opportunity to
officially express the gratitude of nil
France for American help at s crucial
The miecesnful operations of I'nited
.States troops on the Marne has tended
to i-rentlv increase the confidence of
the French in the capabilities of the
Italy to Gelabrat
.In Itnly nlso the anniversary of the
declaration of independence will be
eneriillv celebrated. It has there, as
, ell ss in trance, been made a na
tionnl holiday. Florence will hold a
municipal celebration and will confer
the citizenship of the municipality upon
Presideut Wilson. All of the muni
eipallties of Tuscany will join in simi
In r celebrations. The arrival of Amer
ican forces in Italy, including medical
nnd iiinliulnncB units, hns tended tn
irrently enhnncV the enthusiasm of the
populace in general.
SENDS BOYS MESSAGE
I PKTIiOIT, Juno 30
( Associat ed
Press A Fourth of Julv
American boys from Lord Northcliffe.
Itritish publisher and journalist, uixihl'
them to "Get prepared; keep prepared"
in the event thut the war continues so
long that they will be chIIcI upon tn
tight, was made public here today
"The lesson of this ereut war is pre
pa redness, " and Lord Northcliffe iu his
iiicsMHgf. which will appear in the July
Issue of The Anierieau Boy, pulilisheil
here. "'Now it miiv tie God yrant
that it may be! that you Aiiicm-nii
boys of 1 1 1 K shall not be i-lillcl to fn
forth to a fori'iiin laud ami ti.lit lii snli
your fathers and brothers and the men
of military age iu Itriiu n nn-1 t riun e
for world freedom and justice to the
weak as well us the strong. We hope
"this war will end iu vietorv Iuiik before
vou caa be culled to the Flau. II' in v
nii's-i"e to vim is to remember tlnit no
man knows what tomorrow will liruig
Borne Nesr Manhood
I ''A great itiativ of you inillmui- of
, American boys are close to manhood
Review of His Book and Roast of
Germans Brings Official Warn
, ing From Foreign Office
PARIS, June 30 (Associated
Press) Language usod by tb Oa
setts, of Lausanne, gwitiorland, in
a recant review of Ambassador
Oorard's book "My Fonr Tv tn
Germany", has brought down upon
j that paper th official wrath of th
Swiss foreign office, which warn
I th Gairtte that any repetition of
inch language will cans severe
punishment to b administered.
Th Swiss publication, which I
strongly pro-French In it lean
ings, says tn Its review: "On
sees in this author an absolutely
honest man. forced to Uv for four
yean among knaves and malefac
tor". Such language, the Swiss chan
cellory points out In lta warning,
threatens to compromise Bwit or
land's attitude of strict neutrality.
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VERGE OF FAMINE
NO SUDOlieS Have Reached City'
Since Tuesday Germans
To Restore Order
AMSTKK HAM. June .10 ( Assoc in t
ed Pre-wi- t'onditinns throughout Hus
sia are reported in Oerintin despatches
" "r " " "'"'". '""- '-;
to restore order and take such steps i
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ns will lonwtsll interientmn on the
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have reached the former capital since
Tuesday .ml the city is on the verge ,
nf atari'uliiin I
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; is planning to send troops into Russia
to assist the Maximalists forces to re-
'"'''order, suppressing the Socialist.
and the various other anarchistic fac
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ASSISTANCE TO RUSSIA
IS BEING DISCUSSED
WASHINGTON, June 28 (Associa
ted Prpssl The first stens tmken h
the TTnitnd Htates frnvernment tn u.
personnel of the group of men who will
carry expert advice and personal aid
to the Russian haa already bee a dis
DIE IN PRACTISE
WASHINGTON, June 30 i Associa
ted Press) Two fatal aviation acei
dents were reported yesterday. In
one, at Dayton. Ohio, Lester Holt of
Los Angeles fell to his death through
some unexplained cause. At Houston,
Texas, Lieut. Kdniund Cole nf New
Jersey, was killed, his machine crnsh
ing to the ground.
KERENSKY IN PARIS;
AMERICA NEXT STOP
PAH1S, .lose HO (Associated Press',
Kcreusky has arrived here from Lon
don to confer with the Kusian am
bussudor. From here it is expected
hat he will proceed to the I'nited
Htates, there to appeal to the Aineiii-ai,
people for help to free Russia.
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ARE PASSED BY SENATE
WASHINGTON, June in i Kssoi iat
ed Press) The senate without one roll
call today passed the nrnn bill oi
12,ONil,O(i'0,ori0, the Invest single bud
irct in the history of the world.
now, and to muny such boys may fall
even yet the task of 'going over to
help vour men and ours to win the war
on the Held of battle. A great inauv
he majority, of the American soldiers
ilreadv in the field sturdv, brav
.-haps - were lioys like onrsidi es only
i short time ago. And just as the
march to the front with a n'ii'1 heart
i n I a -nut; on their litis, innl a ureal
and solemn ow to 'carry on' for u
torv, whatever the cost. o will on
it it' the opporl unit comes.
'"But my iiiessac of - pi cpar ciluess '
o ni tines not mean onl Hint mi
will tie pli-paiel tn ;o nml tilit when
;he i-nil cotnes, I'ri'pareilnc- incinis
hut 'un inn help now. hn niii lot
ivln'tlier It is ifntherill kilnllMi so
hut vour father ill have more iinuicv
to lkl Liln'l'ty lioinls. oi Linking aftci
the tuili) so that our mo'liei iiki i;o
nit ami se for the ICed Cms-. Ho vour
bit. it ll llieain Klein 11' sweets innl
ill 1 1 i e s and useless speinlin ot' nioiiev
to help I'ncli' Sam by Inn my thrift
stamps, by iiiuniiiii errninls for the
ftwl Cms, it by splittllii; wool for tin
M iiIiih wIiiihi' son is Tihtiun. 'oel
l.eic ' ' ' ' .
"Let this Fourth of Jul' have :i new
siiiilii-ance to you- let it iremi mure
lino eer befoie Lei il nnpicss on
vuu tli.it tin American bnv ami tlie
Uriti-li bo' will stand tnellier for nil
line hi ;i couiluon lioliil i-tilitii-s-' innl
'nitlit'ul compenious ainiist tin- foes
ur nght and liberty."
PETROGRAD ON Hf
NOT RESIGN BUT
STICK IT OUT
I Ministers Must Face Food Crisis
and Be Prepared To Me?t
Reichstag Members On July
Sixteenth ' ,
Austria Having Hard Struggle
While HungaryShows Animos
ity and Refuses To Share Kef
Food Supplies ; ' ;
VIENNA, June 30 (Associa
ted Press) Dr. von Seydr ;
Icr, tistrian premier, is not to be ',
permitted to resign, nor are any ,'
n tin- ministers of his cabinet to
bv permitted to surrender their'-"
Mirttnlios. whatever their inclina
tion. This was made known yes-'-'
tenlay when F.mperor Charjes '
in.nlf pulilic tha text of the letter
he had written to the Austrian -premier
in response to his tender-,
id resignation. .'.' )'
The I'.mperor, in declining tor '
accept the resignation of his Au
trian cabinet, says that although
the attempt made to surmount '
the (litTicnlties which led up to the
resignation of his advisers has 3
proven unsuccessful, "neVerthje-
css am not inclined tO accept
Vour rosirnations and vouf min-
tstry must remain in office aim
meet parliament, which I have
determined to convoke ou July
sixteenth". - .-. ' . y
'on Seydler and his ministers
resigned because of the' wide
spread disorders growing ont o( ;
the food situation, which is ad
mittedly most sendus y; 'j
HUNGARY REFUSES V
TO AID AUSTRIA ,
WASHINGTON, June 30 (Aaaoeia-'
ted ITess) sA detailed urvey , of . tho
food situation in Germany, Auatria
Hungary, Bulgaria and Turkey daring
1917 ha just been published by th
Bureau of Labor Statistic of the Dot;
partment : of Labor. Till aurvey; la
based exclusively oa law, decree, Or
ders, utterance of publl official and
eivie bodie of th eountrlee covered,
hnd on comment of th daily pres and
leading economic and trade journal of
tnese couutrle. -'. -.v.
In general, the survey showr that'
Turkey ia actually starving because of ,
the corruption of ber own official aad '
the greed of Germany that Geraiaay
and Austria ar not itarvlog, but are
having a very bard ctruggl to feed
themselves; that Hungary ia ia better .
shape than- either Uermany or Austria,
and that Bulgaria so far as food 1 con
cerned, I suffering th least of all
the eountrie aovared.
The survey also show that Germany r
has failed by a wide margin to live ,
up to her reputation for efficiency in
her attempt at food administration,
having been obliged to reverse her
policies in an effort to remedy in part
the fatal result -of official bluadera It '.
show conclusively that the lvil popu i
'ations of Germany and Austria ar
suffering permanent physical deteriora- "
tion from lack of proper food, that tha ''
death rate from tuberculosis ia rapidly .
increasing, that growing boys and. girla
are not getting balfs th nourishment v
they should have, and that manual lab
orers are being underfed to about tha .'J.
sam extent. , ,.'.ii
Hungary Against Austria ' -.'-,
Politically, tb moat Interesting tbitig
revealed by the survey Is th fact that . '
the traditional hatred between tha two -parts
of the dual monarchy Austria
Hungary has been manifesting itself '
in the refusal of Hungary to thar ber
comparative abundance with Auatria f.
and in the official and publm reaeatmaat
nf that faet In the latter country.
Profiteering, greed, breakdown of
transportation, and faulty organisatioa
are big factors in the food situation Of
(ermany and her allies.
w. s a
BRITISH LABOR WILL,
LONDON, England, .luoe 2 ( Asso
ciated Press) The committee in charge
of the pro Ally Labor Socialist demon
stration scheduled for July 14,'kaa p
peuled to the members of trade union
tu attend "in order to let America
know thut even if Paris should fall ami
the channel ports be taken, the people
of Britain are resolved to Support tbo
Allied nations to the fullest extent of
their energy and power."
WAIT UNTIL IN AUGUST.
WASHINGTON, June 29 (Associat
ed Press)- Senator Jones, chairman of
the upper house suffrage committee, ji
n.iuiiccil that there will probably be ao
vote on the suffrage amsuduiuut uutoV