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Hawaiian "Jazkttf.. Tuesday, july o. iois. wSf.mi-weekly.
Military Observers Say -Increased
Man ; Power and Grpwing
Control Of Air nable' General
Foch To Chinge Policy. .jj-
ADVANTAGE IS TAKEN OF
; . yyEAWES$ .Of (GERMANS
Italiani.Cqhtinue T6 .P,dsh' Fif
., ward and TakeMany frisan-crs-Frenclr
Are ,atjsfied Jp
Hold and Consolidate Gains !
WAIliNGTON; July 6
(Associated Press) With
ll8 jCOptyiued delay on the part
of Germany in starting aTnejv
phase of its supreme offensive
and with" increased aggressive
ness which have resulted in con
siderable gains in territory, pris
oners and booty for the Allies
military observers entertain Ja
strengthening .belief that the re
cent series of hard Movs which
the Allies haye delivered may ex
pand into major operations, and
even grow to such an extent that
they may develop into an Allied
Army observers consider that
the increased man power of the
Allies now at the disposal of Gen
eral rpqh, supreme cqmmander,
and the extending control of the
air have permitted General Foch
to adopt a new policy; and thatt
from a series of hard ojYslrnay
develop operations ot major" im
portance. These recm J)low,s
seem to, indicate,, that General
Foch no longer , feels the necessity
to keep on the defensive and that
it was probably discovered weak
ness on the part of fhe encmj
.thai prompted the American at
tacks in the Chateau Thtcrry sec
tor, those by the French in the"
Snissons sector and by the l!ri
ti.sh in Inlanders.
, AIR CONTROL
Growing control of the air i:
indicated by the reports fron
London tliat in the past week tin
l'.ritish aviators have downed 17.
enemy machines and have suffer
ed the loss of only thirty-six. Co
operating in an attack to the
sftuth of the Sonime yesterday
they downed twenty-one foe ma
chines while four l.ritish aviators
failed to return.
On the American front there
hflve also been many air engage
ments with successes leaning to
the side of the Americans. l'p to
yesterday the Americans in re
cent fighting had downed nine
machines and captured one, and
the communique of last night told
of the downing of two more.
NEW STORM CENTER
W here the Uritish "have gained
east of Amiens, both sides of iht
Avre Kiver and along the Solium
River now appear to be the stonii
center of the Western front. The
French appear to be content t
lo,ld ,th.ejr recently acquired ter
rain and to consolidate they
gains to the northwest of Sois
sons. ( )n this front jn the pas
week the Allies have taken more
than 5000 prisoners.
On the Italian front, the Ital
ians yesterday made progress oy
the I'iave Kiver near its giouth
and 41( prisoners were added y
the already long list ot prisoner
which from Saturday to yester
day morning numbered close t
fOOO N'orthcaM of Mount Grap
la Austrian counters were sue
. f 1 1 1 1 v repul.M'd with hc;iv
( i the .'inci ican front ii
"i: i' ' tlie otTh'i.il commuuiipie o'
' i ) lit said that activity 1 1 a "
mil i !eral lv increased during tin
r .wemin u w tlectM to to ConfWaa rth Utjltwl 8tt sd th only
orain mambar of the a sum of frenraaantativaa. haa Vimleatim Wftl tilsh.
1 Politic! bcftion .makea- thla dUr 14 ptrf nni4reftuiV q'f yesterday that
I On win wok- the- iWrtht of fcot.otko.- ' T' -: r
MlM Kintln Jiaa announced her eandidary for tho Republican nomination
to tucceed Ttaomu J. Walsh who will bo ft candidate for renomliiatlotf on tie
c MiM iftaJtLft' fr1aidi la MisWul jirs&l4y .tforJUag a Ui Interest of
Ishii Declares l?alk of
Separate Pjeace Part
nAiiinuiuii, .miy o o.uouutt win conirnmfa will) a Rerioui erii.
Speaking at New Iiculord, MaonachU' Doctor Nitohe rontinuon:
Mitf, yettttriXay Vlwoun't Inbii. . too "'It ill alleged that the opinion pre
lopnnrse amhaMailor took orranioB to : valla air.ong a dec t ion of Japanese bui
characterir.e tkatalk of prooieil aopa. IneM men in favor of Japan 'a conolo
rat! peace btwwtj Japan and fler- aion of a aeparaU peare with Germany
many ai Teuton-propaganda and tn thla following Ruaaia'a example. It aeemi
connection aaid: that tho advocates of thin extraordin-
"Kn to what part Japnn an an ally ary toune of action bold , that; Japan
ma playe.l in the pant, in actually play- tan dorivo far greater lommercial pro
hg or In prepared to play in the fu- flu tkaa at proaeiit by converting Lor
ure, 1 do nut feel jurtifled in dlaoua- . gelf into a neutrnl country and by
ing in detail. Undflr no cireumataneoa trading with both pnrtiea of the belli
Hhould the enemy be gien mn oppor 1 reronta.
unity to draw a atratotfic advantage jjoBjj Dlfnlty
irotn untimely diHcloHuren. i mhm "'i""'
vVBuflieo it to any that Japan in I " Viewed purely from aa arithmetical
'.horoughly prepareil to contribute to ' ttdpolnt, their theory may contain
he noblo. AlUe in any way which in omo truth, but the world aituatioa baa
her judgement la most emcicnt tMitl
coniiucive to the ultimate eurceaa or
the common caune. J
German Propigahda ,
-"One thing 1 would direct your at
ntiou particularly to ia the untiring
effort ef the enemy to eatrange the
tilled power one rom another. The
nuior of a ponaibie rapprochement bo- j
wern Germany and Jopan ia a fine .
tew specimen of Oermnn propagand
U a matter or regret that tueh a
ireponteroua canard can find even mo
leatary ('redetiee. I am eatiafled that
towever cleverly stated the report it- Bamor it Bluunofal
,elf betray, the utter ignorance of tho i.'rhfn . almot incro(ibIe ,nd
lalinnal character of the Jpa..eRe poo- ,hame'f8, rurtlor tnat the view ,
de, to whom, Whatever other quail ,e,L,en .adTMeed 0 1
j i -i-
inri lnttn loiaA nf nlilnrnl inn hair I
never been lacking."
Kepresentatives of Japanese busi
nessmen of the l'ncifii- Coast, in eon
f.-rence at Seattle, telegraphed to
r i i... ;;!... i..iiii.
arn. u,,.,ort of the vuv.r.mt. t or i
.h Vigqroua prosecution of the war,
apanelie oVginiwiiions of Northern '
ed Sontheru California. Washington,
kregon and Canada are represented in
he eonfelrence, ', ,
. . . i j-U
E PROPOSAL COMBATTED
.i BY JAPANESE AUTHOR
.vould indiriale that there is an element
Japan which doe. favor a ieparat.
eace with Germany. , The ToVIo eor-!
espondent of the Asaoeiated Press writ- i
ng last May tellg of .effort, to con- !
such propagand. there and
Or. Inaza Jitobl , well-known Jap
neso educator and -author, who went
o the United Status tome years ago as
Incturer, bna wirtud hi. fellow conn
rymen against tntking a separate
'.ie. r ith Germany and told them
thut in the present world cri-
is they hhould bo very careful us to tlie
nit ure of criticism they may indulge
n i bout the war. In an article written
or n commefrcial magaxine, he points
.ut that Japan U now ,he cynosure o,
lie powers und exprossea regret that,
olh before and. during the war, some I
utter rriticium has been made hy some
ulili' ints regarding the Anglo Japnu
crubion Not Filling
Hfittliur iihiiIp tiin fniPMtirtn nu tti Iwivv
iiiicli advantage the alliance has -Toulit
Japun, Doctor Nitobe thinks .
be present certainly not the right oe I
H.nun for discussing its possible de-
cnU. In his opinion, t was scarce-
y no attitude worthy of a nation
nien prides liseir on ueing mum gen-
I ni u ii I v to bring tlita mutter up for
liacusHiuii at a time when Great Uri-
lay. The American artillery
ieaily shelled the enemy posi
ions and used hundreds of nu-
.hells with deadly effect. The foe
oml'iirded the American front
ud rear lines and a feconnoiter
nj,r plane met two German planes
md downed one of them. In tin
.'hateau Thierry sector four Am
rican aviators battled with six
'lerman machines and downed
'lie and in 'another engagement
ight American nuchines hattled
vith an equal numher of German
Machines and downed une of
A German prisoner take i near
aux said: "The American artil
ry smothered us more than
hen tlie llgllt IS finished.
owever, the Americans are gen
lenicii. ne coutu nave kit led i
ne hut he didn't and f gave linn '
n v iron c"ross for my tlianks."
The casualty list as reported for
esterday hy the war department
ies. five killed in action, seven
'end of wounds, one of n i'l---t .
acj oi ili.-e,i ,e, three severclv
inil and fne missing.
Marine casualties: F.lcven I ill
d in atioii, three deal of
muni-, iini' of disease, one sev
relv v otii'di'd. lo'irteen wounded
ii h : ' el di t'ee.
taen luch a torn that all neutral coua
rriea are now obliged to take aidea with
either tbo One or the other group of
oeiiigereuTa. in iiaya nke theae, can
it be poaaible tbHt a country upboldr
lu tonJ dignity long by amuuing
"n oqvocal attitude!
' x .rtainly not the way to add
to h national trcn(th and dignity
t Japan to ,run with the bare and
bant with the bounds. For my cart
I beiieva in- Jlemisin in history. What
Japaa .Optra. ahe will be called upon to
ravor or making common
cause with thr
Central Powers, utilising the present
opportunity of the eastward advance
U Oermnn influence. Some statesmen.
if ia reported,' think that Japan will
'soon nna nerieir eanuwiched between
tw0 miT Vor,'! !flueno.ea-Americn,
f,de ? " ho?e l
f'uen'a ls , MtA " lbe". f
the other. When placed In such a posi
tion it will becomfl necessary impera
tively for-Japan to contract a special
friendship rftb: one or the other qf
these power in order to maintain hor
position on a solid basis. Thus, they
come to the conclusion that if Anrericn
turns a cold shoulder to Juian there it
h T V n ir Japan u
JTi i tT Tkt-; u
?li"iU,,,"I1 Dor Nltobo fj
cktoa' JnP"l 'buld
many Bnd the Mntment
aiiu numnuNj l IB easy 10 Bee
that her future development would br
very dlsaetroualv interfered with. More
over, the prevalence of 1'ru.sianism ir
Japan axuld be deplored by all Japan
ese except a section of military mer
und professors, and tho suffering It would
inflict upon the Japanese aa a whole,
would be very far-reaching. It must
alo be remembered that the territorial
ambitions of-Oermany cannot be satis
tied hy her occupation of Russia nun
I DECLARE 11
Attitude Believied To Be Occa
5lone0 By Pressure Brought
Bjs the Germans
KV YOKK, July 6 (Associated
l'ress) Finland is expected to declare
war nguiust the United; Htates and the
Kiitente powers the attitude which she
is displaying being probably due to the
: tii.ng prcssufe which is bein brought
to bear by Germany becuuse of the
landing of naval forces and marines at
Kola where they have been engaged in
guarding supplies and munitions which
neither the Allies nor Russia are will
ing to see fall into the hands of the
In Russia he situation continues
i huotie. The Ciecho flav. in Siberia
rie reported to have administered a
defeat to the liolahe'viki ' forces West
of Irkutsk and to have driven the Hol
hheviki out of the region east of I.uke
M'nit.ky has ordered the registration
t f all males between the ages of nine
teen and forty and the simultaneous
iinlistmeut of workmen and bourgcrs
in the clusses of 1H90 and 18U7.
Trotsky Buys that a powerful army
obligatory service are tho only
Mnrall, of saving Russian.
A Kiev report says that Armenians
ire becoming aggressive iu the trans
regiou aiul are estublislieO
well within the territory. Twenty five
tl'ininnnd Ainieiiiang have occupied the
i ity of Krivan, 115 niiles south of.Tif
Another of the Kercusky cabinet
I. as inaile his escape from RusNiu. Co
penhuja'n di'sputclies to' f.ondon say
that fanner Foreii'n Minister Terest
lii-iikii has arrived in rlerveu anil is
.ceding to join Kerensky to pro
I with him to America.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 OATS
TA.O OINTMENT ia guaranteed to
cure bliqd, bleeding, itcjiing1 of jpro
Irudiug i'll.lg in 6 to 14 duys or
i money rcliin.lcd. rdsiiuHCtu.r. I by
l,c ' klS MI.UICIh'ICi:o.,Sl Uu
J .-j. A
f iinnnniftnn nmiiitv
nuii tvAKu uuunu
m mmv qiimk
i nniim mi i hi mil
Had No Soldiers Or Passengers
Aboard Having Just Deliv
' , TVfM,efed .Large Forde .
SUBMARINE GETS BY
Loss Is'Ix Ambers of Crew
. ind jfprjnfier German Steam
ier Floated For a Day
WASlirNrtTO.V, July (Asioclated
rWsal eiwinfnk fn.m rranc1, afftst'
having discharged a lar(;e party of Am
erican soldiers, (he Transport' Coving
trm wil torpeiloed and, although keu
afloat for nearly a day in an effort t.
tow hf into prrt, she finally sank. Unci
gain Teuton efforts to che tb moVe
meat of American troops kaii rVsulte
inly la the destruction of the empt
transport that hn-l dischargl if. preci
ous human cargo. The nnvy depan
ment reported the sinking last evening
DlTar Mot Seen
It wa on Monday night when, with
uf warning and with no diver craft
laving been sighted the Covington fel
the .hock of the torpedo, quickly fol
lowed by the consequent eiplosion. Hhe
.va. one 'of a fleet of transport thai
.'as homeward hound under convoy of
i number' of destroyers nfter having
aiceessf ally reached France with thou
and. of American soldiers. The enemy
tad not been sighted by the Covington,
my of the Other transports, or the eon
voying destroyers so Hint the tlisuster
a entirely unexpeeted.
Effort. ,tO keep the steamer afloat
ere made at once and she wa. taken
n tow and beaded for a Frenc port
nt on Tuesday it bcinme evident it
ould bo immssihlc to make it and
'e was rnt loose and allowed to net
lo. - r ' " ' ,'t.''
o Fasengera Aboard
Aboard the steamer there arerelio
rmv tnetl and no passengers. ftia
icmbers of the crew are reported roiaa
lg probably killed by the explosion
f the torpedo, and the remaining mem
or. of the "crew were all tnken aboard
destroyer nd landed safely it a
The Covington was formerly the
Hamburg Aniericnn liner Cincinnati,
L.ken o'er from the Germans with the
'eclarntion of war, and had a regi.tro
ion of tons. Her loss for trans-
x)rt purpose, is import nut.
' Another" transport, the Henderson,
'ot the safety of which fears were felt,
ias arrived safely in port, the navy
fepartment announces. She was re
irtrted at sea but ujion arrival it was
"ound that' the damage is slight and
there was fio loss ef life.
7ood Controller Gravely Asserts
This, gut Does Not Say
Reason 1$ fio ftleat
AMHTKKDAM, July V (Associnti-d
.'ress) Many people in Oennany ain'
Austria und iu the countries with the
'entral Towers have made pence un
inning vegetarians. It is not told that
leeessity is the cause but such is with
at doubt the case.
Doctor Dickinnn, the German food
ontroller says that the change in Veath
r conditions promises better cereal
rops than tho.e of lost year but th'
apply of livestock ia still shrinking
treeders sav that it will take ten years
vfter the r ends to bring the sto. l.
if cattle und pigs up to the normal
mil that then the strictest supervision
vill be required to so this.
Control of the Rumanian erops ba
een ordered, he says and in flermany.
ustria und Kumania many of the pro
de are turning vegetarians.
The tumanian treaty was ratified i
the reichstag yesterday.
BUT HOPES FOR PEACE
WASIILN'OTON, July 8t-(Associt
il l'ress)- I'residcnt Carrauza has
lent President Wilson a message ot
felicitation. "The Mexican people and
he government express hope for the
ar!y advent and , everlasting reign ol
peace and justice on both coutinculs, '
EXCUSE F0RW "DELAYS"
OFFERED BY GERMANY
WASHKvCTON', July 5 (Official!
The fleriniiu government has informed
he t'uited States that bpuin is unable
o have delegates at Berne in time for
the conference proposed for August 5
ii discu.ss the treatment and exchange
if prisoners of nar. The United tttutes
has replied asKing tbut a conference
be iirraned ut the curliest possible
SOUTH AFRICAN UNREST
IS QUELLED QUICKLY
rilKTOUIA, duly (Associated
Tress) - Tn inier llothu of the Union
if South Africa stated today in reu'iud
'o ;he serious unrest in South Africa
""' strong dice and military mens
i in nil e neen iiinei. n ct.pe w . i II
'lie situation. lie dei lined that if
l.io.tipt ii'fiMio'H had not been taken
'here would haxr been serious h.s.s ol
W-VSllIMi TON .l.ilv 5 I Associat
eil Tress t (iene'iil l'ro der. in ch.'ir.'e
,. O.,. ,1... ft t,l,M ilirected Unit Alas
ka fuinihh .'Ion white men for the draft.
!.. :.-! Lie at Toil Seward as fu.un
. uta. . -
1 MEftftY MAKERS DIE
IiKl'ATI'R, Illinois, July 6 (Associated Tress) One hundred excursion
ists s.e believed t h.ie been drowned when the excursion steamer Oolunbia
furne l turtle, wh.;n tiuiie.warif bound last fllit, opposite Pefcin, tin, (tje lflj)ni.
Tli'vef it' is tejiorte,! In l1epBthes from Peoria. Aboard the steamer it f.' c
firhated there weVe nwre than five hundred passt'iurart, lrg numbers , ixUng
women and ihildren, and up to a late hoiir last night only seventy flveVhe.1
J'ullv die lion Ired happv excursionist, boarded the steamfi, ppfambia y''
v.i.av .... h iinv s um) an l in inn rmwu werr iiihiiv inmiiT pariifTHf me i.ir
Cnts taking their children with them for a breath of fresh air and In 4hf jOimAi.
Tlie puiiiiking ended. n l the atart for home was ma le. T. red-hot ntpvry
Ihe crowd wire enjoying the homeward water trip until, opposite Pekln. the
big river craft rolls I heavily arid turned turtle, tin- crowd having gathered (oo
much on one side of the steamer.
Immediately there ensued a scene of terror. What the loss of life will
total iiinnot be sai l for there are few boat, available to rescue those aboard
the craft And this iuake the work in the darkness slow. It is believed that
nt' Irwrft a hundred have been drowned and , thus far only seventy five have boon
reached. There 'hrV tirtiny other, living aboard the excursion craft as can be
judged from the cries nn.l screams that can be heard by those engaged in the
New Pledges of Loyalty
Mark Independence Day
WASIUNOTON, duly 5 - (Official)
In contrast with the old style of
Fourth of July oratory of tho "let the
eagle scream type ' ', message, and
Ipeocbes delivered yesterday rang clear
and truo in expressions of loyalty o
the cause of humanity and justice
agftinst Prussian autocracy. These ex
pression, were none tho less patriotic
because of their broader vision and the
messages and speeches contained farts
and figures of deep interest to the
people of this country und of the Allied
In a message to the people of th
country which he issued yesterday, Bee
rotary of State Lansing said ia part:
"Thi. year the Fourth of July (a
more than n national holiday, it i. an
"While we rejoice in the liberty
achieved for our own country wo ooa
tec.rate ourselves to the defense of tho
liberty of others which is Imperiled
by Prussian militarism. i
"America witK stern will and unal
terable purpose rededicates her all to
liberty and looks into the future with
supreme faith. Ood will crown witjb.
victory the cause of the nations' array
ed against autocracy."
In a public message issued by Sec
retary Dnniels of the navy department
he said through the press, in port, a.
"The American people have bad n
fresh baptism of the spirit of sacrifice
for liberty. They eutered this war to
aid in securing free peoples from eon
quest. They will not lay down tho
sward until the menace of militarise
is lifted from mankind. . ',
"Out of the tragedy of war the
steady light of peace guaranteed by the
league, of all free nations will illumin
ate the world."
Baker Gives Figaros
Secretary of War Baker took occa
sion of the opportunity offered in his
Independence Dey message through true
pre'w to give facts und figures on the
u rmv and ita equipment. He said there
are now in the army ltil),4U0 officers
and 2,010,000 men.
Munitions are being made at a tart
rate More than V00 heavy Browning
niaehine-jruna) w,ene fle'jvjsred during
tho mouth of May in addition te 1 .soil
liht Browning., and 280 combat planus
bad been delivered op to June H.
The production of combat planes is
now averaging eighty weekly. More
than 2000 Liberty motor, have been
lelivercd aud the production of these
is now averaging 115 .weekly. Huflici
nt rifles are being received to eqisjp
n urniy division every three days.
.More thuu 1,.100,000 rifles hud been
Ic'.nered up to Juno 1' Twenty-seven
nilliou pistol and rifle cartridges were
delivered in one day, June 27.
Karl Heading, British minister ami
special commissioner to the Tinted
states shattered precedents by issuing
u public statement to the people M
the Tnited tStates on the oncasion uf
their celebration of Independence liny,
the lirst time since the Tnited Htatex
became u nation that a British umhua
sudor or minister has taken public
notice of the day. Hi. inesMge breathe
seiiiiuieuis or irienquness und tricii.l
ship, showing how tightly Oow bind
the ties of blood between tho two uu
tioiis. In part he said,'
Today the thought, of all the .en
pie or my country are centered on j
America, und from Bullions of hearts
arise prayers for your great nation of
.aUunt men ou sea and land, aud bruve j
women, ut home and doing work of
mercy ubroitd. Loving liberty and free
dom, you have takeu un arms because
the freedom of the world i. in peril.
New Independence Day
"With us and the Allies you intend
to destroy that menace end when there
comes an end of Pruasianisin, there will
rise a new Independence Day which
will be the gloriou. and common herit
age of all thorn natjoua which have
set their faces to the light."
necepuon 2 or aim
Speaking 111 London at the greatest
celebrutiou ever herd iu Great Britain
in observance of the holiday of an
other nation, Vice Admiral Sims was
given a wildly enthusiastic reception
und in speaking ha .aid, in part told
of what the United Hates has done
and is doing in naval preparations:
"The American'.N.vv has in K
oi.enn waters now 2511 vessels, .'iliuo
olio i'H aud 411,011(1 men.
"In the coming year more than
'lire., times tlie present number of .1.
Mm v. i will be joined with the Allies,
ail unite than 150 suliinai iue i hn-.-is
" In ; dded to those now in the nr
1 ' III. submarine e. 111 011 mn of Hit
iii.ii. has been met. The Allies are
j n.. s'i.Kiiio siiliinn-'iiie" lustei tli io
lln v aie being built. The Allies are
I now I 1 i I 1 i 1 . s' ins firter than tl..
1 -; o..U "
Foreigners Pay Tribute
I At Mount Vernon yesterday, I'eliv ,1
Htreychmanti, a Belgian born, wa. one
of the leaders amonj the represent
atives of thirty three nationalitieo that
participated in the celebration at
Washington's home. In the course of
hi. .pnech he said: "To thla .brine
ot the American people we hv come
beai-ii g our humble tribute as eitiaen.
ef tr i treat republic.
"you, yourself, Mr. President, iave
neeerVed to our request that tbla In
depeadencp liny should be designed as
ft festival of loyalty oji the part of
pnf foreign bora eitir.eus and their
son. and daughters. It. is for me, rep
resenting this committee of pilgrim,
to teH you what it mean. .e -.
Speekw for MlUlou
' "We who make thi. pilgrimage are
he Yepresentatives of thirty three dif
ferent nation, aid wo are, American,
aa well. We como not alooo tat bo
hind ,u. are millions of cruV peopU,. Unit
ed today, and pledging thetneelvei to
th,e cause of this country Md tbo free
nation, with which ke baa jolaed." '
"la my own eity there are (100)00
torwn born men and womea who are
at th moment lifting their band and
renewing their vow. of loyalty.. To
you, worthy successor oi, our great
'-Uierator, we give th promiae of tho
millioni who sent u. here JhM ,we will
rjersevere in- this stroggU until lasting
freedom has been secured 904 .only ior
this nation but ior the jpaVona rm
which we sprang. Tel, and for all of
tlie other nations of tho world.
. . .. W. ft. . .'
Irish Exftress Surprise At Police
LONDON, July f-i-(Aaaociated Press)
In Oalway, Boscommon and Kings
counties tho police have executed ex
tensive raide on farm bouses and have
seixed large number.' of gun., it i. re
ported from Dublin. Tho seizures of
firearms are aaid to ra up into the
NVheu the police went to search the
farm bouses they met' with" no resist
unoe and al Iguas were quietly sur
rendered. The peasantry was surpris
ed at the raid ad jjie seizure of the
'uns in view of toe erecut calls for re
cruits. Ci . .
WASHINGTON, July 5 (Associat
cd Tress) A great financial record
has been set by the. United States iu
tiie fiscal year. Lhiring this year in
ome tuxes amounted to f ZJJ2 1, .140,801.
total reveuue" collection, were
:? 071, 01 8,2:10.
"A new credit of 100,000,000 ha. Just
been granted Kraure making tlie total
advanced to France I75S,pt0,OoO. The
total advanced to Uie Allies is now
. w. a. a.
TO MM HERE
AND GUNS Al4 SEIZED
SENATOa THIKKS TIME
WAH1IINUTON. Julr !lfAssoeiatedi'olumrrliiUlVeraity was eleeted i.riai-
I'ress) Senator Haulsbury of Delaware)
introduced a resolution in the aeuate
today declaring that the time is op
portune for the United Htates, QnjaJ
Brituin and Japan to enter into ap
egrecment to prevent Oermunv and h.er
allies from gaining a foothold In it
l'ucilic which might permit "the use pf
net bods of warfare in the Pacific uot.
uarruuted by international laws".
Consideration of it was postponed.
W. a. a.
I ORMER COMMANDER OF
MAVERICK 'IS RETAINED
A I'At'lKlt' lORT, July 5 (Asso
ciHled Press; t'ajlt. J. 1. Kvssel, snip
per. of tlve averiuk,i whiek it. was
portefl w as Used Jy '"VriJ.Tejatu io
carry arms and ammunition ill Uie ii
terest if tJUo JJindit 'retsaUluni' va de
taiued be,re tolny on his arrvul b.v
ItOKI.YN, New York, Jnlv 1 sso
culled VlHlf-4e. t AJmirel As oa
Wurd died here today of heart trouble.
AS SOOII AS
Premier Lloyd George Says War
Could End Tomorrow l( Teu
tons Accept Conditions Laid
Down At Mount Vernon
KAISER SEES DEFEAT
STARING IN HIS FACE
Arrival of Million Americans In
France Makes Result of War
Clear Even To War-MaH Prus
ASHINGTON. July 6
( Associated I'ress ) Ac-
cwitaMce of tlie conditinns for
peace outlined in the pourth ot
July address delivered hy Presi
dent Wilson at historic Mount
Vernon on Thursday is essential
before Germany and the (."entral
Powers can end the war, was as
serteVl by David Lloyd George, tlie
British premier, to American sol
diers in Trance whom he reviewed
yesterday alter the close ol the
supreme war .council conference at
which he had been in attendance.
wGrmany can have peaci with
France, tlie United States and,
Great Britain tomorrow if she will
accept tlie conditions laid , down as
prerequisites for peace in the In
dependence Day speech of Presi
dent Wilson delivered at the great
derjipnstration of loyal patriotism
at Mount Vernon on July 4," said
,KAI$ER SEES DEFEAT
"Since million Americans have
arrived in r ranee, he continued,
"the Kaiser Js beginning to recog
nize that defeat, certain arid in
evitabje defeat, is staring htm in
The Brtish premier had been in
attendance at the seventli session
Paris and went to the American!
fresh frpm its deliberations. An
nouncement of the adjournment of
the session was received from
Paris yesterday. In attendance
were Uemcncea.u, JJoyd George,
Orlando, Generals Foch, Haig
Pershing and Milner and Foreign
Minister Balfour and Pinchon.
After tie dope pf the sesiipi'i a
statmicnl was issued that the conn
ed had considered all aspects of
the .military situation and had
reached important decisions on va
Of far reaching importance, a'
o, ii the parliamentary Inter-Allied
convention, now meeting at
loijtdpr At its session of yest- r
day a resolution was unanimously
adopted iavoring a tunnel beneath
tlie British Cluuinel. This was
Urongly favored by the FYench
and Italian delegates. The buil.U
ing will take, it was announced,
PITTSBl'JtQH, l'a., July 6 (Associ
ated Preaa) Dr. Geo. W. S. straver of
4at of the National Kducational Ao-
raatiun.Ai the oavation here today.
I'adinad $eaTi'au Vurfidelli, fermur
uatal Vlelefiiae to thb 'jlited S.atea,
lied her toilay. '
JVAUVOyqjil, July 5-Oftieia!
Cajilef advlora fraui Home say ibat
Kinf Vtor lCivaniie( has rieeori'teil
ilva Ameciean avvlators with rro"- 'or
earylpg oat the greatest number of
bmi)jif ranU slyisi" the reeenl A.iv
. Cn "You Afff-d the Tllak?
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attack of rrnmp ' ic
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