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PROUD HER 4 SONS
DIED FOR FRANCE
Ml Fell Fighting for
1 heir Country
PARIS NEAR NORMAL,
\\\ 1 I \W is STERN
Americans Prevented from lele
ptlOalng in 1 ncli**h Warn
I \l>o\e ?.?
- jth of
Thon? ?n French.
?'-?rmed a cotmnv.t
' . the
? army in Kurope and
\ i m I?. ? aptnre Mar
if he can
rd the con
and in the
ACT OF ALGECIRAS
uhuh ( loaded Nat?\
? ?et .? a |
? I ?
hurt. . ,
GERMANS SHOOT ITALIANS
Refugee? Tal ime Si o
- O? Kill*:.
FROM WAR NEWS
United States Government
as Ignorant of Battlefield
Details as Public.
Ameriran diplomats are in
? ?? day.? pivenp *
xvar 7 i out
: linister, latei
CITY STRIPPED OF MEN
ol Its M.alc Residents Re?
main in St. Petersburg.
... A I
?,-e. are he- :
? in th? price of food.
OUT OF GERMAN
Distrustful Treatment At
ter Their Country's
KIAO ( HAU GETTING
Rl ADV FOR AH AO
Harbor Mined Land Defence
Strengthened No Sign <?f
\ e undred am
ti irla tl?
Ij rand con
i 'i. be mi
-?? .-inment ii
. n'lli'l Ja]
i .- their xxax .
? ? whet
? ? Jap
- ?till there whet
? let. I>U
? '.- of \i;n
Japai ? ,-iirallx
port documenti whiel
\ nl u
.;., the nl?':
eil the Ja]
i; but when it became eleai
Great Britain's ally
would ? ? tude of th?
a murk?.! change.
th? Germai ony m
the xx ar
par? te in the
? . ?.. i ?
Kntrle in the varioui treaty
? ? rmany'i re
inxiet) in diplomatic
?? in diplo
. . to .my thai if Germanj
from K ?o-Chau, abandon.
? red ni Europe, il would
w ?i ?i Germany ?Jrithdrawing,
? hau would natural!'.
. i, no information of
gh, although sueh Intimations as
??derai?' thai Germany
? ? the demand and r? ta
JAPANS ACT COWARDLY,
SAYS GERMAN CRITIC
Major Piorkowski Pays Respects to What He Calls Eng?
land's "Contemptible Little Ally"?Thinks Nippon's
(jrowinc Conceit Makes "Yellow Peril'' Formidable.
i;> v. I?'. PI0R10W8KI.
Mai?,r Imperial (iiTinan Army an<
I oi-iii.-r \ti-iil f,,r llir Biappa In Amrrlrn
? ? h, r all irnal an to th
it would i - ?
- ? -
?mit that of a European
tro al .
9M aUS uUciia.-.li. ? Ml lia JupaUiSU
did DOl tind \ ictory as ensy us the*?
had anticipated. They had hoped U
(.pril, IN I hut ?r
? v 1. IPOS. I hey hail hoped tc
?Orroond the Russian army i?f th?
? - imded the I-'" nch ..- Sedan
i ?led only in driv?8|
: further hack
? en made they lent
-?to China, *h;rrk
ing China OOfht to receive them v.ith
?at the intruders from En?
Why should not China say:
"Her? are my people, my trea-ur?..??,
my em] ? ho know BOW to
my i: ? tn.uhle-.ome
Japan would <**tu
-. take the people aad thi
uro :. with tin* slogan,
and make them
all .1 .'
? o confidence In them. .*??>
kepi her own ad hi r
? ? (ondea!
,- . n In watchful waiting.
| ] ? .. hin arir. ?
.-.hite m.m to hi>
? How per.I. '
. . ? ? I ?
all thi .-:.'? if i
? ii ,
? m i tod aad
M .ii unit? nipt.
then th- >
. to admit t?> themeelvei that ??
urn 99X9?lm9t. I?.*.?* thai hala ua." i
DAY'S NEWS OF THE WAR ON
THE HIGH SEAS EVERYWHEI
FORT CAPTURES A PRIZE OF WAR
i Paris), Irian ?1
topped l?\ .? gun from I ort
? al .'.?t had broki n out.
GERMAN GUNBOAT FORCED TO DISARM.
Irai New? publish? patch fi
untx | Vaterl , Forced
? long and ha
BRESLAU*! PRIZK IN A PREDICAMENT.
Math is thai th? Frei mer Si
e ' 1
iptain, "but the Br? tens 1
1 will leavi ?'ii the conditi? n that w< : by .-? Turkish bo
I ktsfi torpedo boat i nd havi ft u .?- a ;
! ill aters."
rhe Govei rding < he storj assent) d
MELBOURNE SEIZES GERMAN STEAMER.
n steamer V
? Melbourne from NV? x? ork via ? ? ? ? rixed by 'I
thorii I he ? aptaii i ? as no! av
' e arrived in the harboi.
AMPHION BLOWN UP HY TWO MINES.
don \? . il Information Bureau has issued a
the British ?or bj a initie in th
An? r describing h"\x the Amphion and 11*? third desti
.i prearranged plan "i search, th?
ontint :'!- \x?:
"A trawler informed I he li.nl - i i ihip throa
ing things overboard Shortl) afterward the German nun?- laye
Koenigin Luise wai sighted steering east. Four desti gavi ?hast
? d in il>"iit an hour's time she ??? ' up >nd sunk.
ter picking up the survtvo I ? ?German ship, the pian <>
arried out with- ?? * * i ? until 3:30 in the ir.??riiii . \
this hour, .i- th? tmphion, on hei i the n em o
the operations ol the Koenigin I ul ?. her coui < xxa- altei
ful until 6:30 a m . at ? hich houi
the \mphion ? ? m?
?iistautl) engulfed the bri pi lin was
? ? ? bridge. \s si n a
? ? engine rot
th. ? ? ots. As all
he forward part <?f the Amphion was ?n ire, il was found impossible
ri ridi l.1 the in?
fhe ship's back appeared toi ?? and -h<- xxa- airead) ?>et
rtS. tiler?-'. t? ' '
?on, and ii
?pj |he ytrs had closed in it xxa- clearl? tune t<>
ibandon tl i ship. I he nun fell in t??r this pu th the sam?
re that hai behavior thi ughout. Ml was done with?
? hurry ?>r confusion, and tweni
the mine, the men, the officers and, tastl) the cap) in had le/t th?
"Three mil t? t.nn had lett another explosion ?oe
and blew up I tire for? - th? * easel
The effect ol I ?ed the Vmphion must have struct
.. which exploded th? Debris falling from a great
?lu struck : ' ' I one ol the Am
? ? - lulling two
. ? ?erman prisoner.
ol the Vmphion th I : until
,,. ,, ? , ? . ? the bottom, and the whole
In ..i othei quarter of an hour this
had disapp? ??" d
he Nmphion speaks in high term- oi the
behavior of his officer and men throughout. rompt
without ? onfusion or perturbation "
FLOCK TO ENLIST
Actor Reports Big Crowd
at Recruiting Station
< iv doggie, the E ? oi aad
? . i \ lei to produce Edward She
play "The Garden of Paradiae," Ii
from 'he Royal (.?-?.r-,'.?, of the Cana?
dian Ninth.-m Steamahip I ompai
*.he steamer with Heggic and
Clifford Brooke, his were
1,200 paaaengera, almoat all Ameri?
cans, who had hoe trended in London
and forced t? sail without their lug?
gage an?l with hut a scanty supply of
Reggie ?as enthusiastic ?0 his praise
of the accommodating custom? ou
and railwaj agenti Hi laid that al?
though mohilr.'ation is still progr?
in England th.- aval
nothing ol the troopi and knows noth?
ing of their mo* em?
When Boggle left London he
?olid bo l| <?' m? '?
Trafalgai Booare to Whitehall raiting
to oalfet. There ii no ezeitemei
the stroeU. hut the people one moot ?
wear a grim astA -ion.
When ?v?r ?? there
mmowhat of a panicky run on the
provision shops, hut by the prompt ac?
tion of the Chancellor of th.
r.< this was
?mnif'i : . !
- have behaved splen
?hdly. -?.i?I Hi |f
ar new> they have by
their influence en at? d ai
? If ? ueritice
Mor? a id motii
i up at Avonmoutl.
? left, 1 . arill
pay s thi ..unua! sum
in time of i
ries in tune of |
Then- aeod t" no an (iet ? ror \
ndii | credit to
? are without money, and
to facilitate the
to leave th?
ENGLISH EAGER FOR
Three Times?Bank Re?
London, Aug. 19, A -um of $ .'5,000,?
000 in six months' treasury bills, re
quired for war purposes, was offered to
the public and met with a hearty wel?
come. The amount applied for WM
more than $210.000.000. Tenders at C9S
Is. 8d. get about 4H per cent of their
applications; those above that figure
were allotted in full. The average
; rate per cent was about ?3 13?.
The Hank of hngland to-day re?
sumed discounting bills on a large
?Cala. The rush was M great in the
early forenoon, however, that it was
found necoaearp to suspend further
dealings until to-morrow.
Paris. Aug. 19. In a diap-ateh from
Korne the corresp?indent of the Havas
Agency says an issue of new paper
ina be? n authorised by royal de
Th? notes are to be 5 and 10
lire M and $2) U> the amount of WO,?
:-i.OOo.OOO ?, covered by
silver in the t -easury.
Bills of one and two lire ?20 and 40
also will be issued.
RUSSIA TELLS OF VICTORY
Sends Word to Consulate of
Fitfht on Galician Border.
The V-Mr Oflee la Bi F?ter?burg sent
I'.u ilan Coneulate bore yester
i enble nooaage telling of a Rus
over the Austrians on the
? ? August II to Auguit 16 on
the Galician border," .?aid the message,
"the ? ? of the advanced oe?
to a series of Sghta.
' the Russian cavalry,
the advaaeed posts,
penetrated for ten miles into Galicia.
"In a brilliant encounter near the
rillag ?I Narro!, in Galicia, th,
down a -,'iuadron
llth V?-T,iri Pragoon Regi
1 ' ' front the
Says War with Japan Too
Cant Frighten Germany
i . Vug. 19?A di ? ?i ed hi n fr? m I'.? i lin - .
,i tine ir,.in Berlin ?i approaching.
i I,, rding th? eml i ' ? J ; ? lub -.? empty -All
l.pan? ts in ( ?? mi,.en universities havi left.
. Voasischc Zeitung/ ??ayi commenting on Japan's ultimatum to
German) 'One more declaration ol ntf cant ! many, ami
Jagau'j action i| without ?ly pfcnffinri. _ ]
PROF. TODD LOST IN !
Brvnn Beekl Trace of S<)
at Russian Citv.
'. odd, of A??
? and h?
?in? on Augu ' 17
? . ?
Profe ?"? lo-i'i
from him wi
has been heile.,
Chinese Student Mere \
sents Attitude of the
i ..n ?a tab ,
. ? . ? ? i
eheri.-hnl ai ' her own te
Wang Shia. of Col imh.a
demande made oi Germe
M ikado'i i*"' **r *"???"?
Mr. Shia ii purauing po I
stu.il.. and pol
momy as ?i Chineae governm
of Ii.?.r of Philosophy bef
g the diplomatic ???? ?
"'It is most hui ? 'he '
neae people." wid Mr. Shia, 'to hi
. ?he patronizing attitl
toward China which the ??
to oual Germany from Kiao-Chau ?
from Chini the 8hi
tung peninsula, and that the will h<
rritory in tm it for the (
people until after the reatoration
?The I'iiinpse people know wl
We know the J<
? il and ?lishonorah
Once let Ja| nothold
China, and ,*ho will never g? I
. . ed to do io
?? rhe ' hin? -? government I?
,n y f oi
many ha* to be driven out for the pr
ted i?,n ?if ? h ine ie the ? !t
... to them
, matttr of fact, the Chine
bitei . ' - - - ' Japan? ? n ?
ference in this matt? rill reoi
ii | ila.
"Germany, I bell? i gained i
intention to urrender t?> china, tl
eonceiaioni which ehe holde, Then ?
shall wall to lei what will be the ner
move by Japan. The M ikado'i govern
.11 certainly have DO mural ?u
i- OR for further interference, an
if the Japanese attempt to bcCUl
Kiao-Chau their action c.m only i
interpreted . . ? of high-handed a?
"China loo e with all th
World. Wi ng economic an
commercial expal ill onl
: through the maintenance o
i rider tl new ? on il il al ion n
? i un exerciae the fi i
lieted to the iiae of opium.
"It would be mo kble i
China were to he forced into war. Sh
at aho ha
iinling army of 1,000-000 men, an
this army has been mobilised with ii
the laat ten dope to resist Japan
"I think the 1 ?
republie, o h ich : in no era?
ng war. hu? upon which an attaci
; ; wantonly ni ?
Japan agaii I that countr*
- rig. if the United Statei i i Inter
eeted in ] the balance ol
power m the Par Ba ;*. ihe ean not af
ford to overlook Japan's n
MILLIONS FOR EXCHANGE
McAdoo to Meet Foreign De?
mand in New York.
Washington, Aug. 19. Conferencei
in an announce
by Secretary McAdoo that he ex?
pect? to ?I- il million dollar.
? ?'? Tort t, demandi of
Mi. McAdoo dec?an d thii noi ?
ending thai I ml? to
Foreign exchange tranaaetiona,
thai any departure from this un
- inding a II load to a demand for
? return to the tr.-asury.
$25,000,000 FOR A
U. S. FOOD FLEET
Government to Own Ma?
Sale of Minority.
WAR RISK BILL A
PART OL NEW PLAN
Quick Res: Its Fxpected for Ad?
ministration Project to Build
L'p Merchant Marine.
? A projcr? fOl
? . earn '?? ? tun's ?hro? '?
? ? a . The
?? "eplates the ?pendil Iff? ??
?ilar. has not been tomp>'?- !
?I propo?c?i that, a board com
.: the President, the Secretary
th? Poetaaaeter Gen? ?
Jeeretary of Commerce
prepare it. Tanativa plans were .1.
? ? ;. a conference attended by th?:
?ary McAdoo, Senato:
Simmons, chairman of th?
nance ? ommittee; Represent I
I nderwood, chenirman of the HoUM
Wgyt and Means Committaa, >aad Rep?
resent l ehaieraaafl af the
? ?? on Merchant Marine
a; i !
Mi. Turn . - - ?' tarj *?? th? P
made this statement after the
??Tie. ras about the ?1? -
vt'li.p" laf? ?guarding at th>.?
merchant mi eet 01
.: ae ovar. It
, ... ....
I ich ean b* I if ae
promptly taken. It was agre?-?)
I be introduced in C'on
ling foi eetbe ?nsoraaea of
war risk- by the government.
"In addition ?to ?the agreement of
opini.?' urance bill ther_
ion of the
means for immediately providing
ships to carry the goods now waiting
for the market*. Several plans ?were
propo -.".I. i agreed tha'.
a bill should I.?? drawn and Introduced
eetarly ?iate which should pro
? or the purehaai of aa ad
number of ll pa by th?? government
and ,; on 1 h rough a corpora?
tion controlled by the government, a
the Panama R
. ti y. which n.. -.x operates sh
well as the railroad its?'.-* and which ii
. !le?l hy the eovernment."
War Rlafc Insurance Bill.
The war ri-k insurance bill, which
etaneously ia the
? .?ml egenate to-da). provid?
tabliihment in the Treasuery Pe
partment of a bureau af war risk ,n
? ?tor at a Mian of
$6,000 a rear and other emplo;..
?' xx .i r
risk policies on American v?asela and
thiir eeeargoes at a reasonable rate,
varying according to the conditions
and elaas of vessel insured, in the dis?
Secretery of the Treas?
ury, The bill call? for the appoint?
ment of an advisory hoard of three
onvenant with the work to
iken by the bureau. It
ed to appropriate a fund of ft,.
? -. with
1100,00 additional for th? estafc?
? nt and maintenant of the bu?
reau. The Preaident la authorized to
of the act when?
ever he .i. "in ?t justifiable.
The plan agreed upon M-day at the
alls for the
?' a corporation for the pur
of ships similar
to the Panama Railroad Company.
The governiMnt is to own ?l per eent
of the itock, and the remainder is to
Id to the public by subscription.
If the reme, ? disposed of the
go crament xxill take up the unsold
I'a iiama (anal l.nnds Issue.
To provide the funds for the pur
:..-. ording to the ??pu?
mu at the conference, i! would be ad
? visable to Issue Panama <'anal bonds.
Tha principa! seetion of the admin
tion bill reads:
"The aid Bureau of War Risk Insur?
ant . Ill |? ' eta the general direction
?>f the .Secretary of the Treasury, shall,
pr.n-t icrible. make provisions
for the insurance of American vesaela
?rg.. -hipped or to be shipped
therein against 1 ISI or damage by risks
of war, Wehonever, in the judgment of
:-;.. it may appear that Amer?
ican vessels or shippers in American
? unable in any trade to se?
rtir.- adequate war risk insurance on
ibstential equality with the
s or shippers of other countries
->? of the protection given such
vessels or shippers by their respective
.men's through war risk insur
f irst Mortgage Cor I if kales
New York Mortgage & Security Co
in-iimi ami ??un*?""?' ?r.voe.ooo.
1 35 Broadway 203 Montagu? St.
New York Brooklyn
STAND BY BRITAIN
Parliament Unanimous in
Indorsement of Speech
from the Throne.
WARNING OF WAR
CAME IN JANUARY
Sir Robert Borden and Sir Wil?
frid Laurier Make Patriotic
a, Aug. 1
in the h .
iadoraod by *n<- Cana .ment
in the ? rnment an<i *>p
H unanim?- .
chamber*, the a
the th ro: ?
the Com i
throng wan aMc to And [>!??? ?
Sir \\':!fr!?i Laurier, Opp?
er of the lower I
after formalities ha?) been completed.
openeil with a declaration that f?
ion party l.nes nal i?.?en
"So long a then
front,' inTd Sir Wilfrid,
duty more pres-,?ni* than ail .,th?-r
dutiei ?>n th - r r-- day of debot?
.. ? Croat Britain knote -|i lot the
friend.-? and foe ? ??' Britain
know that then- .via liut one
mind and 0 ? I that all I
dran* itaad bei ether ?-oni?
try. con-sciou.. an?i pr?
not engage in war from ??? Rah n
or for aggrandisement, hut t., main?
tain untarnished the honor ol
name, to f
. to maintain hi Obligo?
tions and to Mil ?
unbridle?! lust of eonquett and |
<)f < anad
"I .n well an
tingent of some 20,000 men which are
are going !?i -end will havp to show
of them-': ? milliOBI BOW
converging toward th? frontier of
Prance, vaero the battle of giai
to be dec ded B
the British government. ?
by the correspondence brought dowi t?i
ip, that the aaaietaaei of our
?mops, humble a- it may be. will be
appreciated either fpi ' 1 help
they give or for the greater moral
he'p which will be rendered, "lurch?,
it will be seen by the world thai '
daughter of o!.:
?tend by her in ti
Volunteer-? from the Provine
Quebec, he rom nould tight
on this occasion f?>r h?.*h England and
France. Of the Germant of Canaila
"They have shown more thai once
? their devotion to British institutions,
but they would not he men if they
ha?! no' in their hear- ?????hug
for the lam? ?>f their anceetry. \?>
blamei them l'or that. There i?
nothing perhaps so painful as .,
nfion in which ?he mind and heart are
dn\ e?i in opposit? din
?ell rr eo intrj men of Gorman
ongiii 'ha? Britain ha- no quarrel with
the German people Wt reapect and
admire them, but in the itruggle for
constitutional liberty, .? heen
universal in Kurope during the ?a*'
century, the ?ierman peopl?* hav-i- not
made the -ame advance as some other
nations of Kurope. I am sure they
will agree with me that it' the in.itit'i
tions of the land of their anm itoi i
were as free M the ?and ?.!* their a?lop
tion this eraol war would never have
That Canada was warned in January
last that Germany ?would likely pr?
? ?? war was the startling announc -
ment with which ti.- P |
mier, Sir Robert Boi
speech. As a result of this Voreilig
Canada prepared a ?lefence plan, and,
he said. "I cannot over?
great a?lvantage which resulted to the
government from having these matter*;
. thought out in advance.''
10?? TO 50%
Will be offered during the month of August as
the combined two stocks of
make it imperative that they be greatly reduced
to make room for our New Fall Styles arriv?
Flint? Homer G). inc.