1,000 MASTER NUMBERS FOR ARMY DRAFT
0y Wa1? VtNDlft tMOMI M
M CltvulutUm Jlooka 0r o .'
'Ctrcuhtthm Hoitl Ojrn to All,"
NEW YORK, THURSDAY JULY 19, 1917
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1WI M rtwitr
I . Ih. Sm iMi Ml4
Mill ' I l M rl.
. EDITION J,
Wilson Considers Votes for Women as War Measure
EXPECT OFFER TO DISARM FROM KAISER
VOTES FOR WHEN CANVASS
OF BOTH HOUSES WILL GUIDE
WILSON IN SUFFRAGE MOVE
Seeking Information. President
Hints He Will Urge Amend
ment as War Measure.
HOPE FOR "MARTYRb"
tickets, Whose Workhouse
Sentences Forced Crisis, i
Plan Legal Fight.
WASHINGTON. July 10 - Dm
plcued, It i.i said, at the sixty. day
workhouse sentences imposed by
Judge Mullowny on the Whlta House I
pickets. President Wilson may add
tho 4Jusan II. , Ant..ony surfiago
amendment to his war emergency
In a talk with .1. A. II. Hopkins of
New Jersey, whose wife Is among the
prisoner!", tlie President frankly
asked for data on tho possible pas
sago of the amendment. Mr. Hopkins
Is Bald now to bo prepnrlng a c.in
vass of the House nnd Senate. Suff
ragist leaders say tho canvass will
show sufficient votes In each branch
o pass the amendment.
Though elated nl the news from tho
White House, the tlteen workhouse
inmates are not letting It Interfere
w'th their plans. Tiny have retained
George Cordon Hat tie. who. with
Dudley Field M'Idhc. will curry their
appeal to the highest court If neces
sary. Af a cnnfi retire hell at Or
.otiu.in between the tjrlsoni'rs. Mr.
Malone. Mr. Hopkins. MIhs l.ury
Hums and Miss Ma." 1 Ve.non. it was
decided to appeal Itium diatel from
Judge Miillownj's d cislon.
Mrs Ollson (Snrtliier. one of the six
teen, has no children, but hr hiit-band
Is much concerned about her. fearing
sho will not be able to stand the prison
"My position In leganl to m wife,"
said Mr. flarduer. "is that 1 -hull not
insist on paying lur tine Mrs. Haul
ner is a free agent, acting on her own
judgment. I .shall not try to change
"I was at tho prison to-day. and
found her and all the rest of the
women sulfenni: from the liidliruitloi
heaped upon them. The Suffragists
were put In tho mum dormitory with
nnrrwi Inst niirhl. They were not
allowed to haw their toilet articles
They will be t-iven nothing thut they
canuot carry on turn pecans. They
hae to wear .,.. riot his used by
prsoncrsbut cle.ine.i and niudi san
itary. A man would not leeugnizo
his wife In then "
SAILOR GIVES BROOKLYN
BOMB SCARE, AS JOKE
The fnloi..n ',f l tinnii' n
ths ldelk I i'.int Mine, mim:
8nts. riH'oklv.i, cuilv to-.s i. iiied
ffrest cc.teimw In the iii'lullbni iwmhI.
A short dtstan i n,i i t w nnul
branch of tho V M r. .. an. I detee.
t ei neie ml I :i sml'ii llirin' the
bomb" fiom it fecnl s! in winilo
as s. J ike." I'euy nffl.tn .if the nin.v
id i.iktn the uffender to tho Nuv
v.tiI, wheic it v.us undtiiuu'l liu a
The "bomb" u 6 inch lanlhoaid
a'fnlr hound wllh I wine, with u wouib n
iiiopper nnd fii on um end The po
nce sa.i It rould hue dorr no iliiiiimi".
After the i xploaion tl.. y In mil III'
ompty shell uml .in dial there hh h
-fi 1.1.1 ttat. luntsilte'i ,,'ii,iii
noript Iturk I.i I, Tti. mire!--
)n wliclher the pjp-' . e'ltmiu 4 dire' -tloir
or was part of a Omrm news
pip in wbloli it had been wrppd.
IN COURT PLASTER
Three .Wen Arrested in Kan
sas for Alleged Plot to
KANHA3 CITY, Mo., July 19.
Three (iermans were arrested to-day I
In Kansas, charfted with havinc dis
tributed court-plaster contalnlntr
lockjaw and other Korms. linch cam
is in a different part of the State.
Tho men were takon into custody
quietly, and the olllclals will not dls-
close their names nor tho towns
where they were captured. This pre-
uautlon is necessary, said united
States Attorney Robertson In Kan
sas City, Kan., to. day, for it Is feared
that If Uio residents of tho towns
learned Uic nature, of the alleged
crimes ntul the Identity of the pris
oners thcro would bo thrco lynch
ing!. The liberality of tho agents In dls-
trlbuting tho coutt plaster, often giv
ing It away, first attracted tho at
tention of tho authorities, and bus-,
plclon was aroused when It was
learned tho tamo operations were re
peated In different soctloni of the
So far as can bo learned no caso of
a person Inoculated by disease was
reported. Hut with tho arrest of the
trio large iiu.intitiea of the court
plaster camo Into tho hands of the
authorities. The samples that had
been sold or given away by the
agents were obtained. Some of each
class was given to V. II. tJmlth, a
chemist for the Oovcrnment.
lie made a laboratory test, which
did not satisfy him, and ho sum
moned threu'chemlHts from this city.
A thorough teal revealed tetanus
(lockjaw) germs, nil of the chemists
agreeing. Other germs not yet Iden
tified ali'o wero found, the chemists
"It Is one of tho most awful things
I have, ever encountered," Mr. ltob
ertsou said. "At llrst I could tint
believe It. In somu of the plaster
packages only one sheet Is Inoculated,
while In others two or three, and in
SUBJECTS OF ALLIES
ARE LIABLE TO DRAFT
Slate Department Hold's Only Ser
hian. I.ipauev and Italians
Are Kxempt From Service.
W.HIIIN(!TON. July 10. Subjerts
of all tho Allied countries, with tho
inception of Japan, Serbia and Italy,
who have signified their intention of
becoming AmorJcans by taking; cut
first papers, are tubin-t to cnnscrlp.
tion. It will be useloss for them to
plead foreign birth as an excuse for
This Is tho opinion of officials of
tho Stato Department whone dtjty It
may become to pass upon tho ques
tion of the right of forelgti.hnrn citl.
sens In relation to tho compulsory
j Japan. Serbia and Italy have treat.
ins witli this country which specif.
' IimIIv pruvlilo their niitlnnnU ,!
not be dntried Into Afneilcan armies
. unlesj the. hao finally renounced
I their citizenship to the lauds of their
GIVEN BY GERMANS
rami mw BUT DRAWING MAY BE MADE
Pr niional Government
.sufficient Strength to I
I'imtOnitAD. July 1?. I..i the
tlrst time Once It took otllce, the
ttussian Provisional Government hns
felt itself strong enough to cope with
the forces of anarchy, and to-day
martial law rules In I'utrograd, with
armed troops patrolling the streets
under orders to put down illsordet
The proclamation of martial law
followed a conference of the Ministers
and tho Workmen's nnd .Soldiers Dep
uties. On. l'olovtsefi', tiovernor of
tho military district, was summoned
and ordered to use
troops to put down
aii tho loyal
thn mill noiit .
Tho casualties thus far nude pub
lic show six dead and 238 wounded.
For the llrst tlmli since tho revolu
tion Cossacks appeared and patrolled
tho streets. Companlea here and j
there carried machlno guns strapped
to their saddle?, tho men ljdlng
Premier I.voff has aent this tele
gram to all the Provisional Govern
"In reply to your Inquiry, the Minis
ter of tho Interior Informs you that
tho reports regarding the arrests of
tncmlsTs of tho Provisional Govern
ment are false. As to tho appeals to
overthrow tho Government by force of
arms and transfer all powers to tho
Soldiers nnd Workmen, these nppoals
had the character of Irresponsible acts
qn tho part of the members of an ex
tremo minority and wero received In
an unfriendly manner by the people.
'At tho same time tho Government,
In full agreriueut with tho Soldi ts',
workmen's and peasants' delegates
and the lnmui. Is taking mea.su rci to
avert the occurrence, of Incidents
which might bo Inimical to tho State."
The council of tho new body of
Soldiers, Workmen and Peasants of
All ltti!Kla, the extremists abstain
ing from participation, adopted la
icsolutlon to-day alter on nil night
session rejecting "with Indignation
all attempts to jnlluenco" tho attitude
of that body.
"It Is Inadmissible," continues the
icsolutlon, "that armed demonstra
tions should seek to Impose tho will
of Isolated military element upon
tho wholo of ItiiKHlo. I Hood has been
shed In the streets of Petrogrud. All
theso acts toward our revolutionary
army, which is defending tho con
quests of the levolutl'in at tho front,
nio acts of treachery and felony.
Whoever attacks the recoqnized dem
ocratic anenciea, whoever tows die
cord in their ranks, la ttrlkinq a
dinner's blow in the back of the rev
olutionary army which it finhtlnn
anainst the troopa of Wilhelm."
Tae resolution protests against the
"dcpluruhlo n. niptouis of decomposi
tion" wlilch imperil tho wholo na
tional authority and fit filturo con
stituent assombh, ami it demands
that an end be m ide once and for all
"to all acts which dl.shunor revolu
SOLDIER DIES IN WRECK.
Trillin 'I riiln Turns lli.r nt Miiim
reel., I .. ii I I it .
MA 1 tS 1 IA 1 .1 -. Tex. July 19.-- One
American soldier, William Stone,
breaker, was ki'.-l and live, other
soldiers Injured, on- seriously, when
four eoioKes of a tro ip train tilrnul
completely over an I three other cars
were deranod at Sh.uiiruek. near Vlo-
tCr!C. TV',U unit P-1..III..
Kndnuv, I iM (lit."''
A special tra.n 't'.-n here carried
physicians to the scene. The 'nju.xj
wr) taken lo A.txnudrU, Lju
in mmm un u-iyiunnui
President Wilson, Secretary Baker,
Cabinet Members and Members of
Military Affairs Committees to Be
Present Fairness Is Guaranteed.
II y Martin Green.
(Special Staff Corre tpondent of The Evenlnn World.)
WASHINGTON, .Inly VK The lottery cillinj; 687,)k young men
rt the lution to war will take place to-morrow or the day after in the
Capitol, and the drawing of the numbers to determine the order in which
they shall go to the front promises to he one of the dramatic incidents in
th . hlio of 0 country.
Hecause of the fact tli.tt several States have not furnished lull re
turns from the local boards, it is quite probable that the drawing will not '
take place untiL Saturday, but in view of the call for haste no time will
be wasted should the returns arrive hcreearlier.
The War Department lias Imposed '
Ktcecy on tho details of the draft.
which were evphilned, by Provost
Marshal General Crowder to tin
nownpapcr correspondents yosterdaj
aftomoon. it is no violation of con-1
Ildonce to say that the expectation If.
Hint the actual drawing of the num
bers will consume not much mure
than an hour of time, because) of an
Ingeniously devised method of a
combination of numbers which will
render unnecessary the task of draw
ing out thn nearly 10,000.000 serial
numbers of tlioso registered In order.
ONLY 1,000 NUMBERS WILL BE
DRAWN TO GET THE ARMY.
Dnslcally, the numbers correspond
ing to tho serial numbers on the reg
istration cards will be between 1 and
1.000. So It will be neconsnry to draw,
ns 'ar oh the determination of tho
order for examination of the in, n
nglstcred Is concerned, only l.ooo
numbers. There is another proees
which will be kept ferret until Hi
War Department Is ready to give i
Tho details of the process inay b''
published in full to-day because pub
licity In that respect would be of
bcncllt to tho public and tho nearly
10,000,000 registrants, and It Is hard
to sco how publicity in advance ,.f
tho draft would enable anybody to
'beat It. However, this Is all In the
hnnda of Secretary ' War Ilikrr,
who was out of town last night and
did not return to his olllco unt.l s
o'clock this morning.
Present nt the dr.iwlnir will rrr
ably bo President Wilson, the Sei..
tary of Wai and other mambws of
tho Cabinet, the members of
Committees' on Military Affans of i
both branclrcH of the Congress, f.nc
Invited guosts and ncrrodltei new .
paper concspondonts. Ah ooii as the
numbers drawn have luen verltl- l
they will bo flashed throughout On ,
United States, rind it rihould be pos- ('
jilblo for evory registered man '
know within u few hours Just w! .i'
hl order is In liability to be en ' i
for examination as to his lltnrss f
LIST FOR EXEMPTIONS Of MEN
WILL BE LIBERAL.
As The Kvening World hns p..- I
out, many more than BK7.0O0 uu n wi
be riunmoned for examination 'I
reiiijition list Is liberal. P m.n 1
that n inaii li'bling a numbn t. .,
lug that ho Is scheduled to be . i
for I'Mimlnation tenth on the , s-
nis district will tie tlnally niei'd
llrst liei-nue of the lelrei.-is f -,
ph steal disabillly or ln-cause of us' j
(.Continued cm Seooud Page i
M TnR U h J PMU
uuuiuu hi nuiu uiinun ,
HAS SKULL FRACTURED
Runs Machine Head On Into Trol
ley Lar Running on Wrung
Ir Vjetor Anderittiii. thlili '..nr.. uhl.
of No. 303 i;.it One Hundred und Hlxty-
llrat .Street, was thrown from his auto-
niohllii early to-day nt One Hundred and
Nineteenth Htreet and l.'no Avenue, I
when tho machine collided bend-on with for military reasons, but thn Hecrn
i surface car. Dr. Anderson was taken tary has announced that the re-
i'i the Harlem Hoiillal with a friiLtured !
ahull, organization plan Involved tho adiP-
The street la torn up nt the senile of t Ion of another Vlro Admiral to the
tha areldent nnd the street rr con.pan tct nm ,hal AJmlru, MlIKn
olenites south-bound ears on the noith- '
bound tracks. Dr. Anderson did not w "rant, now commanding the sub
known the mr he miw was approaching niarlno force, had been named for the
1. 1 in.
WAR SURGEONS' GLASS
TAUGHT BY DR, FLEXNER
A number of surgeons, member of
the Medical Itescrve, Corps, are r
eisvlng, under orders of the War
Department, spc lnl Instruction lit
the Rockefeller Institute In this city.
Dr. Simon Kleiner, Dliector of
Laboratories, has been given the
rank of .Major and Is holding "lasses
In b.iclorlulogy. Already several nur
geonn have been ordered to tr.i'nlng
ramps fur duty after perfei ting
themselves under Major Flcxiiei
, CI VCD QIUIQ II RflAT
i - w ni
I 1HI1 WRFfll9 7FPPFI IH
nilU MIILUIIU LLI I ULII1
II A MII.TON, Ont., .IiiIn ii l.leut.
Ilasll D. Hobbs of tho lloal I'ly.ni;
Corps won a letter of constratula
, Hon from Admiral Jcllkui and recoiu-
mendatlon for tho Vlctoila Cross for
ifistroytng single-handed a (leririan
submarine nnd u Zeppelin In a sea
plane, relatives hero have Just learned,
l ho swooped down over the r bo.it and
dropped bombs unt.l It sank A few
das later he a' larked tne uiishlji ami
ftej, i it ir.isliiiig in riu tti in il.rne.,
causing the death of as nine , . e
FOR SERVICE IN FRANCE
II u II
. fo the f.
I- of M..'
III II ill. Or
111 t on of
' ,11 .lo- .
i ii lied o
s ,(.iii expedltiunury fore iu iraaco.
17(7. ADMIHAI. C HAST.
WHO .VH COM MAS US !
Mtr in a fleet
i.i . i i ; , -. s ; . , , . ... i.., '
Plans Kept Secret for Military
I Purposes, Lint Grant Is Made
WASHINGTON, July 19.- Iteorgnn-
Irntlon of the Atlantic Fleet has been
i ordered by Secretary Daniels to meet
now problems resulting from expan
"lo" ,,f 11,0 fl,rc'n almost twlco its
iiormnl l7.o for war horvlce.
Details of tho tep.s are withheld
Admiral Mavo, the Secretary said,
will remain In gmeral command, with
the Immediate authority under him
divided between Vice Admiral Cuffmun,
nt prtsent second In command, and
Vice Admiral (Jrant. The fuimer Is to
have direct command of a division
containing most of the supcr-drend-lioughts
and designated as "I'on'e No.
2," while Vice Admiral (Irant will com
mand the remainder of tho licet undir
tho designation of "Korea No I."
It Is understood that the reorganiza
tion will not affect tho division of the
lb;et now in Kuropeiin nateis under
Vlcn Admiral Sims.
"This curries Into effect a plan
worked out by Admiral llenson and
Admiral .Mayo, which has been under
consideration for several months,"
said Secretary Daniels legnrillug the
roorganlzntlnn plan. "Thuru aro now
twlco ns many battleships In commis
sion as we nver had before In fact,
every battleship we have la now In
full commission. The wboht purpose
of the new organization is to keep uiir
battleship lleul In as pirfacl cuidltluii
Oeritinii I'lit'lor lllnttii I jt,
A MSTIOItDA.M, JuU 19 A great ex- j
plosion Saturday d'stroynl the wil-,
hilm Welffenbaeh facton m rittltt
B irt, IJeriuatiy. .Nt-ufhliorlng nous, s
were damaged grin:.) and Window,
were broken in tne tie.. . Vi.'age
$10 Men's & Voiiimi .Men's Suits. $.i.95
1 -T1:-3rD,,ii,v,,Sio,,',,xrn. "wool
wc,rth nulldlnnl. will ..II w ds & Kil
lni l.oiin Mt'iiv A- .nio: M. ii'r Miit
I I'l 'in
I'lll. ll-lli,' I. . hllies, hlNI'ks.
' IllrtlOn, I.IIIHHI,, KIS- Sll.l 'HI. I flMACII,
hI.i, genuine Palm Death fill,, and
, !.irr.. virletv nf '.I'i... ii.'.ii Soils, in
I liKb: ft dark en'oik ii: sU" imr np-eUi
irc for to-d.n . I e is 5.94 A 16 B6
II. .h rlnil.t-p. I,... . .-.. Ilui..ln . ,
DOUBLED IN SIZE
PARS BERLIN PLANS
Temps Says Kaiser's Bellicose Dec
larations, Designed to Show Ger
many Invincible, Will Be Followed
by Disarmament Plea to End War.
FAVORS WILSON'S PLAN
TO COMPEL WORLD PEACE.
PARIS. July 19. A despatch
German Government, according to
proposal to its enemies and to the
i except for sufficient forces to maintain compulsory peace by compulsory
"The German Government," says the Temps, "while allowing the
solution of the internal crisis to appear as a success for the Pan-Gcrman-isls,
has in view a manoeuvre of a quite different aspect.
"The bellicose declarations which resound, and will perhaps continue
in Merlin, will be nothing but the prologue, designed to represent Ger
many as invincible.
"Afterward, perhaps sooner than is expected, will come the theatrical
ii. tiative in which Germany will show a disposition to disarm."
II BOAT SINKINGS MENACE ALLIES;
SHIPPING BOARD ROW CONTINUES
WAHIIINOTON, July 10. Administration circles to-day were awak
ened lo a fuller realization of the suhmarlno peril by the apparently
authoritative announcement from Ixjndon that the removal of Sir Kilward
( arson from tho heuil nf tho Ilrltlslt Admiralty and tho nppultitmn.: of
Hlr I.'rlc (tallica Is duo to a feverish desire to Inject American "pep" Into
PASTOR TELLS KAISER
GOD PLACED SWORD
IN HINDENRURG'S HANDS
Wilhelm and His Generals Hear
Sermon on the "Noise of
IIHKMN, Monday, July 18 (via Lon
don, July 19) (delayed). The Imperial
family, yccomp.inlod by Field Mar
shal von Illndonburg and his wife,
(Jen. von I.udendorff, First Quarter
master General, nnd Count von
Dot.n.i-Hchlodlcii, aldo-de-camp to
Ktnperor William, who was com
mander of thn C.erniun commerce
raider Monwe, attendisl Sunday's ser
vice at the cathedral hero. Tho ser
vice Is said to havn been ono of tho
must Impressive held In tho cathedral
during tho wur.
Tho text of the sermon was taken
from the uinoty-thlril Psalm, fourth
verse, "The Lord on high Is mightier
than tho noise of many waters, yea,
than tho mighty waves of the sea."
Tho olllclatlng Court Chaplain In
voked tho Divine blesidng on Kmperor
William and Field Maishal von 1 1 In-
I detibiirg, "the man Into whone hands
; tliH Lord has laid the dermaii sword"
' mid on the newly appointed Imperial
Chancellor, Dr. Mlchaells.
VILLA CAPTURES JIMENEZ.
JlMtllZ. Mexico, Jul) t! -I.c..llng
I- s 'un. 1' uih is o 'tlla eter.lii too
i,iise on of Jiinlne, hii liniMii tnni
him lion iioini on toe Meticsn ivnti tl
ltillroud. Ul iulli' nouth of I'lilluiahua
M..IM. ...., ),., ,T, oriv IO-III.P
from lie Xou.h report Iho niasncre c'
mniill Hovernnient nrrmon nnd th"
, looting of the town Th capture it
Jt'oene euts on hotri Tnrreon n l
l'urr.,1 frem nuiniiinl.itlnn Mitt,
to the Temps from Ceneva says the
reliable information, meditates the
world of a complete disarmament,
The London reports, pstied by
the censor, autrt that the Allies
re loiing 1,600,000 tons of hip
ping monthly, or from two to
three times as much as tha total
of new construction. Theio re
port! add that all tha Allied ship
building plants cannot overtak
the present rate of lot in tima
to avoid a peace boinn forced on
Iondon declares tho only way such
a peico can be aolded Is to destroy
thn submarines beforo they destroy
hipping. No way has been found to
meet ths IT boat menace, though It Is
conceded duiniigo by submarines bus
been lessened by tho work of ths
American torpedo boat flotilla In
llrltlsh waters. It Is clear, Iondon
cables say, that America ncod not
fear submurlno ravugen In American
waters, and the keeping of American
destroyers at homo is sheer waste of
time, when the situation Is so critical.
D Is In Kuropsnn waters Hint these
destrojers and tho eet of submarine
chasers and tho sixty new destroyers
Ameiiui is rushing iu completion, can
do moit good
LULLED INTO FALSE SENSE OF
Ueinmny thieatened to bring Kng
land to h r knees In two months by
tuthlesH plrucv. Five months have
elapsed and Ilrltous and Americans
Iiumi been lullel into a st no of so
tunty by the fact Hint there has been
no h iiuer in llrltain yet. London
now reports, however, that at Iho
pirsent late of construction and
destruction, llrltlsh shipping can bear
tlie strain only u few months longer.
'PI. ii official report from Iondon
that fourteen hlps of more than
i.i.uu ioiii, itiu Tuoi iMiioiivi uni-n were
sunk i-.st week by Herman stibi
marines can mean nothing or much.
London dots not specify tho site of
th vouels fflrtr M09 tons." Bomo
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