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Some Experiments in Single Tax.
Colonies in the United States where Henry
George's theories are being put into
actual practice. A vitally interest
ing article in THE SUN
THE WEATHER FOREQAT.'
Unsettled to-day and to-mefrow, . wijh
Highest temperature yesterday, iv.ioweay, 73.
Detailed weather, mall and marine tWCWn-l
VOL. LXXXIL NO. 337.
NEW YORK, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1915. Coprif;Jf, 1915. by the Sun Printing and Pubthhtng Association.
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CANADA BUILDS SUBMARINES.
line, l.nat In Trials nil it Crew
tlrimnril In Another nt Montreal.
UvrvMjo, A tiff. 2. Despite the Cana
dian ccttsDrshlp, which has recently be
come stricter, It was learned here to-day
that a score or more of stihmarlncn have
i teen built recently In Montreal. Con
stant trials of these, one of which re
united In the toss of the underwriter
Lo.it and nnotlvr In the drowning of
ton sailors, arc being made on the St.
Lawrence Hlver, according to the report.
WILSON RUSHES COMMISSIONS.
VILLA KLKKlXll TO
"RILEY WILL OUST
ME," OSBORNE SAYS'?
"But T Will He lleinstatcd in
Elff.it or Nine Dn.vs;'' He
business of this prison to be humanly
niul honestly romluctcd without exposlnit
the warden to attack from thnsa .vhosc
personal ur political Interests urn p
posed to honesty mid cfllelcticy; but (
rensonect that when the contest carno
I. luum un,ii me euiiioi i ... j ..,.
self nnd the mass of Intelligent cltlzeas
iiucrcnieu in mo wenare oi urt men
1 1 prison. I do not believe that nnv
other prison In the world can equal our
n cord of the lust seven mmithii. Is It
miy wonder that I am proud of the men
cf Hint? HltiK?"
ASKS ATI) OF WHITMAN
Sit Kxplaiintloii of llimlr In West
I'olnt (Irnduntr' t'nara.
.... ... . . . .....
IMilMll.P I si lfVPliUT'1 "'N,,so" Vl- Au- 2. president vm
JHJIil'Wlli J.O JAl.il. VJH i son began to-day the signing of com-
missions of the oung army otllcers who
were graduated from the Military Acad
)Iiiy Sock Safety in U. S.,
Leaving Northern Mex
ico to Carranza.
Secretary of State I.-ins'.tig will take
up the Mexican situation, with the rep
resentatives of six I-atln American
Governments on Thursday.
The lone promised nctlon of tho
President, since the Mexican chiefs
j.akl little heed to his demand to settle
their differences. Is expected to bo the
outcome of the conference.
That It will bo drastic and have tho
Ucklnp of the Pnn-Amerlcans Is fully
Villa with the remnant of his army
snd many refugees Is on his way to
the border. It was reported yesterday
la El Paso. This may mean that ho Is
fleeing to tho United States, leaving
Carranza In possession of northern
Villa banished the American and
foreign merchants from Chihuahua
city and seized their stores for tho
"public good." He gave them permls-
tlon to wire protests to Washington,
teang them that ns far as he was
concerned the United States Govern'
fmn rtA In Vinll
Declares the People Should Sec
That Politicians Do Not
V., Aug. 2. Thomas
warden of Sing Sing
SONGFESTS IN DEATH HOUSE.
Osborne Also lnr PrlrllPRra lo
Men Whit llsrnprit.
Amiant, Aug. 2. The pnpers over
which Warden Thomas Mott Osborne
and the confidential State prison ngent,
Patrick II. McDonald, quarrelled In th
Osslnlng railway station last Friday
morning reached the State Prison De
partment to-day while the State Super,
lntcmlent of Prisons. John 11. HUey, was
talking to flov. Whitman In the Execu
. . I lien ml.r TVin .... t.np. atinu h-ll
cmy at West Point In June. All of theso nr","' ,01" B,)" --"vl8 01 ",B 1 It was a frequent occurrence under writ-
young men nro'on three months fur. "e'fnro League to-day nt noon .ni .... rd(.rl, flom Warden Osborne for
touch, hi.i niinoni.. .i,. l..ia.n. , tpects lo bo removed from otllce by eight or ten convicts picked by the
. : , expects also to be reinstated "'F F
Ing their commissions. I , . . ,A1 . . . Iniu un Sunday evenings. The con-
OTHERS MAY GO, T.R.
STICKS WITH MOOSE
Will Enroll asProjrrcssivc nnd
Advises His Friends to Do
NO RANCOR TO DEPARTING
RUSSIANS FIGHT STUBBORNL Y
TO PREVENT ISOLATION OF
ARMY DEFENDING WARSAW
Thanks All for Help Johnson
May Re His Candidate
Col, Theodore noosevelt will stand by
the Progressive cause nnd will not re
enter tho Itepubllcan party.
That was his definite statement yes- (
terday at Oyster Hay after he returned
with Mrs. Itoosevelt from a lively nnd
pleasurable visit to the Canadian North-
west, the American Pacific coast and thu
. ... .1WM--.; .Ill ..UI1.I114 I'll II IH.li . ... Wll-
...1,1,1.. ..Int., n. t.1.... .I.ivu nnil in be back . . . . - . .
NO explanation was offered at r- ! l.ottorlnir nrlsor, lon.lltlons,. .0 .inirers onlv bv an iron grating.
lakenden House of tire President's deel- . , .,,... ,i1mi,trnilon fob making conversation easy and not notice-, There was no shading of meaning
slon to hurry the commissions back t0 j lowed Wirdcn Osborne's frnnk speech i,,,,c- Tnl!, ls 1,1 violation of the prison whatever In the brief but direct state-j
the War Department, which forwurded, ; As,m-lntlon and hli ' !'W whl forl,JI" nn" V1" m,,n,ber'" 1 ment to which he restricted himself i
inc laniuy iinu me prisiinrr i-uuimci .,,...(,,. ... . n.. 11 '
them here last Krlday.
PLOT TO KILL PRESIDENT.
Letter Tells of I'Un tn lllovr
White House anil Factories.
Cleveland, Aug. 2. Warnings of a
plot against the life of President Wll
son and threatening the destruction of
tho White House and two manufacturing
charge that Supt. Illlcy was determined
to oust him. Kvery one of the 600 con
vlcts In tho mess hall deserted his food
iitt Killing mm me ii tri.uci iuuiiki . . . . , .
and clergy visiting condemned men. ,lMPte much w mPfy
The written orders from Warden Os
borne, It Is said, show that the murderer
Spcnce, tho white slavers Skukzo and
views. Tho Colonel's present political
philosophy comes to this : Others who are
to hear tho wirden's nennery talk nnd ' ,,!',';"?' whl,e p. veering back to the Itepubllcan fold after '
to near tno wardens peppery mm . p0ds, who were serving nineteen yeai 1 ,, . ,. , .
then they gave him a tremendous cheer. I terms, received unusual freedom by the1 hrcf ears of allegiance to I rogresslve
Many of them showed great emotion.
Kvcr since the warden's encounter
with Patrick J. McDonald, confidential
agent of Supt. HUey, when Mr. Osborne
plnnts In Cleveland arc contained In rorctblv regained prison documents that
a mysterious letter received by a nws-'JIr McDonald had taken from tho prln
paper to-night. Iclpal keeper's olllce, It li.nl been whls-
Iclou language described the secret percd around the prison that Mr. Os
warden's written orders. These men e
caped and have not been retaken. They
were out of the prison on these written
orders. Civilians outside the prison know
that PIlloils was meeting a woman after
dark on thn prison road, and the sup
position Is thai his escape was thus ar
Supt. Hlley hart an hour's talk
with Oov. Whitman this afternoon
nnd the Ooveroor will be Mr. Itlley's
principles have a perfect right to do so.
The Colonel feels no anger or resent
ment. That they should weaken after
three years gives him a little sorrow, ns
his close friends understand, but nt
least he feels kindly to them for having
remained steadfast so long. Here Is the
way he expressed himself yesterday:
Ah regards the Progressives who
hatching of a conspiracy by two hnrnn was "In bad." Hut the frankness """It at the t.ittiollc summer school a, have announced their Intention of en
brother,, presumably living In this city, of bis speech to-day cleared up the j JJTdS T h. CaK ' Tlo 'U "hat" !
who Indicate their desperate iletermlru- whole matter. colony at ("lift .Haven. The next day think It lian been flnu of thorn to have
Hon to take up the terrible work begun 1 "Hoys. ho iald Just an tho convlctB the Governor will Inspect Clinton prison made the ureal fight they have made
V(ui,s Iaclvcnscn's (iivat
Force Presses North From
Cliolin Along tlie Jiiig.
AIM OF- VAST DKIVKS
(iermaiis Keceive Heenforce
nients From AVesl Front,
I 3MTAWA. rOniLAXI)
Ifussian Troops Fast of the
Narew Hold Firmly
bJ,!!Si- :vh.0.tl;.,,nl.Ud..thi;.C",,1,.I "I, were sitting down to their noon meal.
CONFERENCE TO TAKE
UP MEXICAN CASE
blow un ocean liners reccntlv. I "'' Betting out of here soon.
One of the brothers has been detailed not going lo resign don't worry. I
to destroy the plant of the Cleveland expect to be removed very soon by the
&m'f!fme.BC.hr Superintendent of Prisons. They haven't
puny. The other either has gone or Is 'Kt anything on mo except that I took
about to go to Washington, according by force the papers that belonged In my
to the message, to watch for a favor- otTlce anil that had been placed by that
in mo u,,ui iuiiiij m riii mt rrrsmcni. f.n. i i!,i,ii In liU Kitehel
The teller, whlrh was nernmlnnlnrt h . fellOW IMCDOIlttldJ III HIS Kaltllll.
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l.nln Will I.n- I'lnna llrfurr
l.nlln American I'.nrain.
Wasiiinoton, Aug. 2. The Imminence
cl the action in Mexico, promised by
Jwldent wuion. in . nis tUHiieii 01
to months ago, was definitely fore
Sadowtd tv-day when Secretary of
stale Lansing announced that In a few
(1ji he would discuss the Mexican situ
atk n wl'h ti-t diplomatic representatives
of ix Latlr American Governments.
Fur home time State Department ofll
i!ah have been authuilzlng the btate
ir.ent that some action would be taken
b; the Administration with reference
to the. n'nation In Mexico. The calling
in vi he L Latin American envoys
Is regarded hero as the first move
towa.d putting Into effect uch course of
action as the President has decided on.
While It 1 not doubttd that President
Wilson has made up his mind as to hla
next ftep in Mexico the conference at
ihe State Department next Thursday Is
'xrected to be In the nature ot .1 con
citation, having for Its object the en
iitment of t'r.e cooperation of the Gov.
mmeiiu of the other American repub
lics in the United States plan. It ls
ixpeced that the President's plans will
U laid before the diplomats In tentA.
(Ive form, for discussion by them, rather
than in the form of a definite announce,
tr.ent of this Government's Intentions.
Plan Not Mmlr Public.
i'cretary Lansing's announcement on
Ihe subject to.day was as follows:
On Thurnlay afternoon there will
b an Informal conference at the State
Dfpartment to consider the Mexican
rltuatlon. Those taking part tn tho
conference will be the Ambassadors
from llrazll, Argentina and Chile and
the three ranking Ministers of the
American republics, namely, those of
llollvla, I'ruguay and Guatemala. As
to the details which will be considered
r.o:h nc can be slid at present, as tho
conference will be entirely confidential.
The -ailtr.g of this conference Is re
ardni time :i the tlrst sten to carry
hie intention expressed by President
iVi.nn in hls statement on tne .wexicwu
i.tuati.n issued June 2, exactly two
ronths ago It was recoiled to-nigm
newspaper cartoon, has been turned over
to the postal and secret service authori
Kfforts are being made to find the
writer, although clues arc scant. Infor
mation conrernlug the threats has also
til. Men 'to III- Orderly.
"Hut I'm still Interested In our wel
fare. I expect to coniu back within
eight or nine dac While 1 am gone 1
nt Dannemora. I during the past three ears for Pro-
Supt. Hlley said that no arrangements gresslve principles and I am sure that
had been made for a conference of him- they lire uctlng conscientiously In tho
self, the Governor and Warden Osborne. ! step they now take, unit with the pur-
The Governor announced lat week that1 Pse of doing what they regard as
he b.llevej some such conference would most useful to the community,
be arranged, but It Is said that It will Holding the convictions I do. It
not be necessary for a time at least. would be nn Impossibility for me my-
THE above is a rcmarknblc photograph of the German soldiers in
the first line trenches using liquid fire. The stream of burning
oil accompanied by huge clouds of smoke nnd poisonous gas can be
seen very plainly in the photograph. Hy means of this liquid fire the
Germans yesterday forced the French from nn advanced trench in the
GERMAN TRANSPORT SUNK.
HrllUh Suliiiinrliie niiL Vessel In '
llnlllr (n Ilnllmn.
SrrrM Cnblr le.xicA tn Tnr. Sin.
self to take the step. I shall enroll as
a Progressive, und If any man In this
State asks my advice I shall advise
him nlso to enroll as a Progressive.
I'rlrnda Kzprctrd 11.
This statement represented nil
GERMANS USE LIQUID FIRE
TO MAKE GAIN IN ARGONNE
!l,rrl,il rat.tr K;.i(cA tn Tun tv
LiiSlxiN, Aug '! Lute despatches
from the eastern front confirm the opin
ion bnro that Ihe rnpture of Warsaw Is
no longer the first ronlderatloii of thn
GerniMi 'irtnies. Instead nt lean IHe
grent forces nre now putting nil their
strength In as many drlc to rut off
tho Itii'slnn I el rent, pen III tho iilinlrs
nnd prevent them from rnn-olldntlng
upon new positions.
Warsaw. In th" lierlln nlllrlal atate
I m-iil to-night, is dismissed with tho
I barn "Situation tln ie unchanged," Hut
four of the live eastern iliixes are re
corded, eaib of them proireillng against
stubborn resistance, but nevertheless .id
nnclng The one drive known to be In
J progress, not mentioned to-night. Is that
'of Gen. nii lluiiow oer the Niemcn
toward Wlliui. through whlih passes thn
been sent to the secret service bureau) want you to show your friendship for
nt Wn ihltiirlnii . 1 . . ....... ,.. . . I
COREY SEES THREE
YEARS MORE OF WAR
me by being orderly. Iichavo Just as "altlc continues. It Is officially nn-
Steel Man, Back From Europe,
Sn.vs We Slionld He
well under my temporary successor as
you have under me. I do not wunt to
hear of any trouble or any demonstra
tion whatever. If returned, as I cx-
ipect to be. 1 shall work lurdcr than
cer for your welfare."
It Is lumored around the prison thai
Mr. Osborne will be summoned to Al
bany to-morrow or Wednesday and that
either Deputy Warden Charles 11. John
Mn or Deputy Superintendent of Pris
ons Georgo Weed will be placed tem
porarily at tho bead of the prison.
Petp.oijrad, Aug. 2.-The activity of ;nltuc "'JVanormi?1' U ' HeUVy Fighting, Renewed All. Along WeSteni Front, Warsaw-IVtrograd liallroad. and east
e llrltlsh submarines operating In the lraft , nfter he n d rt, , ' thf f H n3:lf1KW TUnthnrlo I ", ,h" f ""
William K. Corey, ex-presldent of te
Mr. Osborne came to New York yes-
fatigue of h long, hot Journey, and It was
given to the press by John W. McOratlt.
the Colonel's secretary. 1 contents,
hnwfwr, did not surprise close friends
or-Col. Hoosevelt who had discussed
him In ft general way the future of tho
Progressive party. These friends had
made up their minds that all talk of his
leaving the Progressive party and seek-
Ing preferment or power In the Republi
can party was baseless. The Colonel's
i standpoint Is that he is Just as earnest
' and loyal In his Progressive leadership
as he was the day his followers walked
I out of the Chicago convention with a
I hymn tune as marching time.
Ptisons who are In a position tn know
the Colonel's views say that he does not
lbellevo that the usefulness of tho Pro-
Brresiilvp ttitrtv ns u tMilltlol ..rt.il
reiumc'i 10 ner ia.e orings tno . Hon Is at all end by any means. They
nouueed to-night by the Admiralty that
a Urge German transport hs been sunk
by one of the underwater boats of the
As In the case of the Pommcrn. no
detolls as to place or time are given.
til-muni !)flrorr MinU Close to
tlir KiieitiiN Const.
Special I'nlitt Hrmtrh tn Tim Sin.
London, Aug. 2. The otTlelal press
bureau to-day Issued an Admiralty re
port stating that a llrltlsh submarine
French Score in Artois and Ablain Regions.
Special Cable lie l pile, to Tut Scv.
Paws, Aug, 5. Incrensed activity has
marked the fighting In the trenrhes and
from artillery positions during the last
two days all along the western battle
front. The most desperate effort In sev
eral das was made to-day by tho Ger
mans near Marle-Therese, In tho Ar
gonnc region, In which they made suc
ctssful use of llnuld tire.
While the fighting hns qulted down
along the Alsne a violent nrtlllery duel
- - - - nun ,n .it no cnu uy rtiij means. i ney . .
United State Steel Corporation, who got .terday und gave out correspondenci i news of the sinking of a German torpedo ' ay that his notion Is that the party, has progressed since tunna niong me
. .. . .i i .. I . . I 11. I, ...... a ft .. I ia 1 1 1 .. V .1 r , ,, tl-nman.l..,ia l.ifli.A... ... I.. .... 1 ....... n I. n Mfll.A llllll eSIieelallV
nnrK irnni KrAnp. vMr.m:iv nn tt. wiiien exiiiaineii ins ouei Li.iiuo miii.ooai oesiroier un jun -t, near in. pr. .. .. v ..uwu.-. ii,i,uijr.u wiv-1 I r e iin ",J ' ' -
-.uiiiiiip. .irtio rirmiiiB .inn in mi- nexi-jjQQy Champion.
three to four years more.
The Allies are going to fight to a
tlnlsh," said Mr. Corey. "They nre now
preparing for a wur of at least three
years further duration. This Is n war of
chemistry nnd mechanics.
"The Allies will make every effort to
keep the friendship" of America, and If
the war continues ns long as I expect It
French liner Espagne. In from Hor. Supt. Hlley nnd which revealed his own man coast.
denux, believes th it the war will last side of the quarrel. Last night he de-1 The boat sunk It believed to lie of the
llveruu u speccii m ine gymnasium 01 ( li-ivo oss.
Columbia University which elaborated .
tlu ,..lb Itrtfitr.. Ill,, .Mlltllnl eir.ir,t !
Warden Osborne, speaking before the
students of Columbli Unlverslt's sum
mer session last ultiht. ald thai he glvca
his salary to his deputy warden, that
Ii costs him money to live at Sing Slng
and that he doesn't think It Is fair that
B. R. T. TO HELP INSURE
ITS 8,000 EMPLOYEES.
nauonai can-. ass iney nave Kainer,.. ....counters with hand grenades
the Impression that Col. Itoo.,nelt hlni. lici iihuui .
Bclf will not be his party's candidate for 'and bombs marked the struggle on bun-
President, but will be content to support day in the Artois district ami m mo
sceral attempts to launch nttacks,
but they were repulsfd,
On the heights of the Mcuie, be
tween Lis l.parges and the Calonnu
trench, the enemy esterday made
three different attacks upon our posi
tions. Our artillery .mil our Infantry
lire succeeded In checking theso at
tacks. Pont-a-Mouon and the villages of
Maldlcres and Manoncourt-sur-Selllo
were bombarded yestciday from the
air with incendiary shells.
The curious but terrible hind ue of
Inflammable oils by German soldiers
eeveial iias ago on the llrltlsh trenches
at llooge Is explained by a correspond
ent of tho .Uornlii;; Post at llrltlsh
"This appaiatU"." he states, "is worn
on the back like a tire cxtlnuuMicr. A
The second Is to the noitbiist of Su
ttallil, also iii ioss thn Nleini n : the third
Is striking north 'nnd'eaM from Loiiua,
'the fourth Is the Austrian drive whlih
ciime north from Krasnlk. pass, il
ihroiiKh Lublin .mil I.- now sinking east :
the 11 ft I a is the great drive of Gen. von
Miickensen. which took liiolni in Its path
and Is now nottb and n--t of that city,
having cut the l.ublln-Cliobn Hallway,
nnd reds practically upon Hie Hug
Hlxer. about sixty miles south of Itrest
l.ltovsk. Still another ihlve Is the Aus
trian drive still fuither south which has
crossed the Hug Itlver and Is now .vt
Von Miieki'imi'ii Drive i'lireatenlng.
Military observers regard the drive
of Gen. von Maekensen 'ax the most
threatening of all the m ivements.
stop cock Is carried In the hand at the ' Hacked by about fini) uno nien be lias
..rt,if JhTnarVwlVh'0! U. r', I VU'"",y ' 'UChM- T"C WM " ! f1".' f 'll,e. TlU .top COCk releases J foH(, , 0,,J(.cl f
to tho allied countries will have to float he "should be constantly stung In the
war loans in America.
"As for the United States the only
way of keeping ourselves out of trouble
Is to maintain an army and navy th
equal of any In Europe. It would take
us two years to get In shape to tight a
Europeun Power on even terms. At
present about all we could do would be
possibly to defeat Spain or Portugal.'
Corey praised President Wilson, al
though he is a Itepubllcan himself.
"It is masterly the way he has kept
us out of war," said the steel man. "He
will eventually be called one of our
ablest and greatest Presidents."
ONE WOMAN'S IDEA OF $1,000.
This comment was
Donald's visit. Mr. Osborne also saying :
"I think It Is up to tho people of New
York to see that the politicians leave
me nloue. 1 mean those who object sim
ply because they have n leasnn that I
.should be replaced by somebody mora
pliable and less honest.
"I have placed copies of ull of the
papers In my olllce in the hands of
Supt. Hlley. I also have a list of tlmso
In regard to Mo- Will I'llV Half Cost of $B,000.-
000 "Term" Policy Con
tract Already .Made.
majority of the party, with Gov. Hiram
Johnson of California as tlrst chilce. In
other words, the Colonel will do his let
to lino up the full strength of thu Pro
gressives for another stilt battle in 1U1C,
a battle In which national preparedness . xMn (.yen'ng details the following ac
lur war ttliu imuuiiiii rn.-n-ieni.rtii, mu Uf
suit favors the French.
. i.lnnlil Klrr,
, , , , ,in , trenches with these Instruments through Ui.y or Hre-t-Lltovsk Itself
The ofllclal French communique lf aitlllc.v -at-' ... ... 0 . but one
i.. ,i.,ii th. following ac- i-v... .... ..iiin. . i,. i ,i, itrit. ' 'cave vv.usavv nui om n
Inscribed upon the Progressive banners.
It was learned that Col. Hoosevelt
had read with keen Interest the speech
delivered by Kllhu Hoot. In which Mr j
Hoot appeared to open the Republican
door to ndmlt brethren long nstray 'n lha
Progressive neins, ana in wmcn .vir, iioot
commented upon the tltness nnd Mrengtl.
of tho Governors of this' State In recent
years, but Col. Hoosevelt declined to
express any opinion, even as to tho de
parture from the Progressive party of
his nephew, Tncouore Douglas HODinson
w.. . . ih. AlMTCIPAn
r.dl vsne', HIS SUIlllliuuB iu ii.t .
im,., . ..i i,-,itlifr and set up a 1
f wr.ment which the civilized worl'l i ..- frorn Washington that a
culn ieal with. It .was tne ; ,t. v.tt. Yorker had
All of the S.000 employees of the
H. H, T. who have worked for the com
pany two years have received the oppor-
papers, so that on that particular line I tunlty to participate In the benefits of , s,-or ,nj ne Leslie, at this time, to discuss
they won t ue able lo iranie up aiiiiuiiK ino insurance, wnn ineir employer pay- our reiauons wnn jcruiisii ur nj uiner
on Jiie. Perhaps I know what they were nK one-half of the yttirly cost. international topic,
going to frame up. but I won't say what ,f , . of h en,Illo.ee, t0
It was now." ! , . . , ,. , . . . ' . . . will Take a Short Itr.l.
I The correspondence inciuueu a copy .-.. .,r.i.H
of the letter which Warden Osborne sent M.000, there will be no medical exam- Yesterday he wanted to rest, to relax
I to Supt. HUey on the morning of July 30. j nuUon. If less than that number de- nc -ulet J ",ls SaKamore1,I11" estate,
(innnils srt of TrftB, the morning he pursued L;onnienuai Lro to avoll themselves of the oppor- ! nor norseimc. . siukhih ik
. , , .i.nn.ni,i , ,i,u n.ai,nni' r.'i iirn.ni . i... .v.. ..ii ..i.n. i. ... , I ni'.p rn.
.... I .KfMlL ..ILIUlldl.l W w.' r. .w... , IUI11I, IIICJ ..II Illuni BUI.IIIIL I LI lll.LlllHl I . .
Oklahoma i s.a.ion reiovercl papers McDonald had tCsts. I frien
She Wonld nnr Cow.
. t. ih. mnrnlnir he mirslled t-TOlindenllltl , Irn tn avnil themselves of thn .imuip. I to ride IlOrsenacKi van
hills and nee how his old
Washinoton, Aug. An Oklahoma i 8la.lon. recovered papers McDonald had tests.
-tf. u'hn had read Ir. press i taken and then after a physical struggle The 11. It. T. has entered Into a eon
I ...i.u -tnTint.l.1 rrwl the eonflilenttnl ,..',. ...itv. th TR.ial.pc rAM ' I,, 1...1 will b. tils nroL-mmme for several
i neent nrresteil. rne quarrel arose as n n:inv of Hartford, conn., for vhat is .nays. lor tne uoionei, wnen nu is saiu
1 I..1, ........ 1. 1 .1. a... I .... 1 1.1. .U ,.,nl.nl i
lOil.lllilllil Hie till lllll .IIPI Milllll I'lWJ' LI ' I ., .. . . ,,....... ... .
i long, flaming Jet. preventing the Kussi.itis from taking the
'The Geinians crept Into the lirltlsn j new line ny ine eaiuure in un- loiunea
sun e the
Jeopardize all the tuvips south and
southeast of Warsaw and would vastly
Increase the dinners nt success for the
great German objective, not only the
i in nr., n f w.iis.'tw. hut tin- traiinlmr of
I ihe Husslan aimles.
t,..,L-a TV... ul..,llln .,'n..l.r,u,l lh llrlt.1 '
lsh. who weie i, to fall back when .safety the lYtincrad railway,
thev foiitnl tin msi.lves facing these , Kleff line Is alreadv cut. It
streams of withering fire."
tlvltles along the western front:
Aggression by the German nrtlllery
I.. tvtnlu II tilt In the valley of tho
Alsne has moderated. Several shells ,xr 1.-ir.-.t'U
have dropped In Arras and Solssons. thENCH LOSE IN I OSGhS.
In the Argonne there were spirited
engagements of Infantry late Sunday i iPrllllln Sny Miclil Attnek Wn
X'cTZ -tin rr.
trenches. Which l a couiuei , ?pennt I auie nenptucr, tn i iik rl .
The situation mi far as the HussUn
hv our troops was partially retaken, Hriu.lN, via Amsterdam. Aug. 2 The side Is conccinccl is nut quite plain to
During the day, after having nan follow1(, olllelal statement ooncernlnrj military observets h"ie. It was ad
recourse to the use of liquid tin. w ,..,.. , i ,rn ,, .,. milted ne.iih a week ago thai the loma
i au.rfit. etiarce lino " v .wii, .i...... ,, , ..,.,. i ,i, .,
our trenches In the region of Marie I He to-night by the Aimv A.lmlnlstra.
Therese and succeeded in getting a tloni
e . In nn. of them.
dlately launched counter attack and
retook a large part of the captured
"f"""1- h.l-,,1. nf
The cannonaiiiiia " " ,, . , ,
friends tno oysier nay uiros were tun- .,. i .i,. tirlnc being
I . .v.. i. ,.,,,,,, hrn.. tv... ' .sowlal ferocity In tne nrinK ntioi.
Ill the Vosges
to the Presl- rcpnrnton for something he conceived
TUIll Oe.ll Wltn. It waa ine .,.in. hor! r.. "seill hiicdicu. .. ! .liiii ui iiiiiiiuii.i uiui., ,.i t.iiiii. ih ,ii.;c, - ...... ,
..oni- l uiliose to allow the Mexicans a . science stricken New loruer nan re reaull 0f Gov Whitman's determination called term lnsurar.ee. If all the 8,000 1 and done. Is n great home body and Is
. , ........ In ,hlph f H I .... . S.AAnn .n V,a Tr.naliri nS ...... . I,... ...1... Wahl. Mttriihl- fl ....nll !.... ...t. .. .1 ... l..,nn. nu ,.-h.n hn la .itt.rl.ln.
)tr,ul II about 8ix; liujo 01 cemiy oeiu iw,wl, ,.. mc j0 ..jhi uui jupi ..w..,... ...m.,.,., .. fiiijnu pm ai.n niriui-ci.c-.s in 1 jit-(.'iiuiiee ' nerr u ,,ti,v " ...... v . ,.l.
convict, was permiueu 10 iiiir wnn the total policies win amount to is,- , mg Ills rrienns at nagnmore inn. ne
Charles Hecker In the death house and ooo.uoo, The cost will be more than does not expect to be In the city until
so be able to make an aflldavp. In 1 JSO.OOO a year and the company will Wednesday or Thursday, although he
Hecker's Interests. Supt. Hlley sent Mc- ; hear one-half. f-iund correspondence piled up on his
Donald to the prison to obtain the order t One of the officials of the- company ,iesk 111 the olllce of the Mrtropolttnn
by which Murphy was permitted to visit , explained last night that the notices Mngn;lne and a number of articles are
Decker. f the promised scheme were sent to the awaiting completion.
employees on Saturday lust. Under the r),c trip from which he returned yes
r.xnlnln MelloiuiliP- VUII. iirrarement an employee will have to ( teTav ,Vas rather strenuous nnd event
... , i t,i. i ti,. wt.! 1M5' llb"lt 8 cen,R,'1 weel for t11" POcy. fU, even for him. In three weeks he
Warden Osbon e sta es n the. etter , ,he COInI,any paying an e-iual amount. I travelled about 7,500 miles, had vis-
"Jh. ... n enior ih mi ini F'. "? ,'m.n'..a. "V"' ?8?S.I I lied the great provinces of the Canadian
iiiiin.ic.i ...w - ---- i eeiun ui in iiuuui " - jihib vii nnL. llien
prison, saying nothing, however, about cents und after a time 9 cents a
hi real errand. He obtalned tho prlvi- t week.
lego and then, according to Warden Os- j A man , woman must have worked
borne, went to Principal Keeper Dornir's twn yenrs for the company before ho or
aiii. '.ml senreil .1 larirc mass of (tuners ..... nv.iu f,.- ,t.n i..u... i.
from the files, stuning them Into his , , per)(0 holding such a policy remains f; !o'J,
nollcyholder can convert the term policy
Into any other Issund by the Insurance
LP I ' ' , u 1 .ii-.ll, III. V
a series or coiiiii.iv. .PL.-. . niKi.t and the attack, was lepeiied
There has been renewed lighting at
r.dke tunable response
'X'iWeVrt stated at that lime that he had taken from th. Govi-rnment
If the fa nous failed to get togelier the . wrote to Secretary McAdoo asking for
Tinned States would be compelled to I .j 000
ffit.Ibm,.Ur iWcSuSlS ' Sne said she needed the m mey worse
President declared that tho United States than the Government did. The writer
rauM pn-s-ently lend Its active moral eXpaned that If she got the concession
'inn., ii to sonni man or group of men, If , . r.,,-hn. n mr n Vnrd
..ld bo found. "In an effort to ' """ I" 7 " Vf u , , h
isr.oie if they cannot unite, tne warring nuiuiiiuuuc ...qi - -
IM t,..l . ' '
Iii tn- iiuiit of these statements and
the b Malum In Mexico as U has de
v. loped miku Juno 2 It Is believed that
S- r, '.n-y Lansing will lay bciore tho
Ubr American diplomats two phases of
tre '..at ion which Hi the opinion of the
l'ri i, at require action.
WHAT'S WRONG WITH ITT
Only Objection to Knrly llooster
silencer la NrKllKlblr.
The latest In silencers a Maxim type
muffler for roosters would have proved
.atlafactory to Its Inventor as an attach
ment to Hymle Sldenskl's fowl Jaklo If
Hymle hadn't gone away for the week
Nnithwest nnd had tarried briefly In
many large cities of the American West.
The Interest, even enthusiasm, which
the Meuse and In the Woevre district
continues with unabated regular.ty,
noteil near Ohamptoi..
out Sunday until night felt before the
positions which we nan m..n ..
he'ghts of I-e Llnge. Schrnt.niacunele
Altogether the French forces have
taken several German trenches, ln
tllctlng heavy losses on the enemy and
capturing fifty prisoners belonging to
two different regiments.
The lighting on Sunday was marked
by desperate activity featuring nearly
nil the most effective means of trench
warfare. Trenches were taken and won
back with no decided gain to either side
. i. 1.. .........
except for a section oi irnrai wi"-n
111 the .vistern Atgonne we cap
tureil by a surprise bavonet ntt
; several trenches of the enein. Four
otllcers and H" men were mai. prls
' oners and a machine gun was taken.
The French made an evening at
I tack In the Vosges mi the Siiiratz
I maeni-Ie-Hiricnkouf line Stubborn
UKllllUK coilllliueil turnilKlloill in
I.tngekopf. We succesfull;, evploiled
mines at several points.
South of Han de S.ipt on artlll v
shot down . French obseivnllou bal- j
loon. One of our nlimen i ninpi IU il
a hostile airman to ilesn ml east of '
Gcrardnier, pear llienier
were evacuating Wnisaw and that only
tear guard actions would thereaftei he
j fought to rover the retieat. The m tious
tcported now ure greater than rear
ack guaid actions The oppiwition has all
llle elieeiiveness ina- n o.i- n-oi ,11 ini
; time since the tide vvi.s turns .1 b Hie
I superior German aitillerv It is tliilitlng
, lieavil north of Suwalki, north of
i l.onir.a. along the Vistula south of Hiet,
I along the Hug and to the northwest of
jiiiolm It Is evidet.t that In facing the
I Germans the llusi-lans are risking
I altogether a very l.ilge bo.lv of troops.
! determined lo fight over every Inch of
Germans toplon- llllimn.
II LOSE LIVES WHEN
U BOAT SINKS SHIP
," the warden wroto ti
Supt, Hlley, "I knew that mis unuignl
fled und unolllclal procedure could not
soon as I learned of Mr. McDonald's
'" " '"" , ...o ........ - - . i i ill mm nun seiun- mc iiicin. i uiiKiii i..u ,, ,h. irroilli nollev lilun -i,.h "'
. take any' tnlnK an,i tho silencer silenced Jukle foruay that Mr. McDonald saw tit to offer p" v,u "e, have he benen of T, ..t
Vlexleo City Mtuntlnn.
iirst of these la the practically
as cutting off of Mexico city
a outhldo world und the famine ' i..,,,..,!.., action I followed him to the railway sto
..sexlstltu there. I cn" "u " " , V " ; ; ' '. I tlon. where 1 was fortunate enough to
ond is the total failure of the nbout tne silencer, uui no um jui mai, 1(, ,,,! 80CUre the papers. I might
factional leaders to
never toward burying
- ...ill sill. UK "l "ii ... . . . ,nU1. Mm h.n,
li other Government can ii)""" "" "" - - -
t, ,ler In the back yard at 11S7 Ilradford
leimon to bellevo that Secre-j .(rect, East New York, nre mourning for
a ,ng will Inform the Latin .. ....
.s that the President considers 1 . .
JaKio nail a crow in ine enriy morn
ing that defied sleep. The neighbors
complained and the pollco and Health
Department ordered tho chanticleer
muffled, So Hymle Invented a rubber
band silencer, which ho ndjusted anout
Jakle's bill at night and after meals.
li worked like a charm for a weeit, u
osslbly be with your sanction so as J.ommny ,nn rPcelve nt the same time
the benefit of the money he himself nd
the H, H. T. have paid on Ihe old policy.
On the other hand, If tho 11. H, T. com.
.1 that thn rallwus from Vera
viexii-o city be kept open fit nil
.nil that If nisjessary a relief
T .ild be suit Into maintain this
uiiiiinliMtloii and tinnsport tho
of urn to the native and
P .pulatlon of the Mexican
i g the fecund phnsi of the
tratlon Mr. reached tha folks forgot all about the silencer when
thai the time has come for
Continued on Fourth Pago.
llvmle went away on Friday and Jakle
was dead with the silencer In plaoe
when Hymle returned.
;,eiued was extremely gratifying
Clonel, lie iook nils to ue less oi a
personal tribute than a manifestation of
continued loyalty to the Progressive
party. California, ns one of his friends
na'd yesterday, simply roared n greeting,
nnd the days when he attended the ex
poiltlon at San Francisco were the days
when the attendance records went to re
The greeting he received tnrougn Al
and llrltlsh coiunuila rather aston
hlm In Its heartiness. The Cana-
ii,.n.a not for the Pnlnn.l nn.-l
HllllSU vuihii... .,- n-p. t ,.ai.,1. lll.lt. l..v , '
and 1 felt compelled ns a law abiding ; "P"J" ' ' i, t nin.Hi. f..i .h,i th. , . chouted fm hlni as If he had been one
citizen to swear out a warrant unit nave " ; ,iV of thi r own leaders campaigning ror a
him arrested for assault," surance will be an Incentlvo to the em- , fMt , lh(1 i-minton Parliament. H.
.!L...aainir VnV h.n.nts in th -.nt rtf va. reminded literally of some of his
. .own tempestuous campaigns oy the in-
permanent dlsahllltj. I .....ant torchlight processions and band
concerts that were held In his honor In
Canadian territory. Thfse tributes were
due. It was understood, to his outspoken
antagonism to Germany's methods of
war making, although the Colonel has
always been rather popular north of tho
During tho three weeks he delivered
only two long speeches which he con
sidered of Importance, one In San Fran-
va displayed everywhere when ho np-, Ablain and Angres. In the Artois iiisirui.
irymg to the, which was won oj- im- " ........
Appenls tn I be Governor.
The other letter Included In the cor
respondence was written by Warden Os
borne to Gov. Whitman on July 14, fol
lowing the (lovcruor'H visit to thn prison,
The warden closed his letter to the
Governor with the following appeal
lierlln Denies llnrdeii's KxpiiUlon.
Special Cable Vetpalch to Tar. Sex,
Lonpon, August 3 (Tuesday). The
To you over,,' r I ,p, e I o ,o " Telcpruph prints a despatch from
I"oe,,,n'e a aid us hero It VnV Merlin to Its Copenhagen correspondent
ail in "Ji !- T .i.nvln' ihttt Miiximllliun IliiiflfM hum
ui.... in ii'ifrt'inr rnnt' in nut iritni w t "umn ... - - -
IndTeaied that ' would bo work'ng still, but Hymlc's I we liuvo begun, I am aware tlm. thero l;w.i spelled from, rimny It
urn powerful forces uriayed against us. reported that he had passed through
When at considerable personal sucrlflco , Copenhagen on his way to some Scan-
I came to Sing HIHB t knew an wen m niwvmn pun, t.iwi irev.u.. vi m. uui
1 know now that It Is Impossible for the spoken sentiments.
Continued on Fltlt Page,
Mousson nnd neighboring villages were
attacked from aeropuinen nun m,
French Make Small Gnliis.
Following Is the official report Issued
by the War Olllce this afternoon i
The evening of August 1 and the
night of August 1-2 were marked by
various Infantry encounters.
In the Artois district, ufter having
repulsed several German attacks with
hand grenades, we took possession of
a section of a trench along the road
between Ablain and Angres, to the
north of the national highway running
between Hethune and Arras.
In the vicinity of Souchei the firing
ha been going on with hand grenades
and bombs, but It has J'rouBlit no
change on the front line either to one
gldo or the other.
In thn Champagne district, along
the front between Perthes and lleau
sejour. there was yesterday fighting
with mines, In which wo had tho ad
vantage. in tho Argonne, not far from Marle
Therese and In tho vicinity of st,
Hubert, the Germans after a spirited
light In which bombs were used made
Passenjrers and Crew of Uic
Hritisli 01 i ii t on in Drowned
Oilier Vessels Sunk.
Special Cable tienpatrh to Ti: Sev
Lonpon. Aug. 2 Eleven passengers
i and members of the crew of the
j Ililtlsh steamship Clintonla were ,e
ported drowned to-day when thn ship
! was sunk by a German submarine.
Fifty-four or tne passengers and crew
were rescued, All details of the sinking
nre withheld, under the new nilo of the
Admiralty In regard to German under
Two other llrltlsh steamships, the
llenverllch and the Kulgeni', are also
reported sunk, nut no definite repnits of
loss of life have been received Seven
teen members of tho Henverllch crew
have In en lauded, but a boat containing
her captain and the remainder of the
crew has not yet beep found. Every one
nn the Fulgent" was saved
The capture nf Mitawa, the capital of
'the lluslan ptnvlnce of Com land, had
, been forecast In these despati lies mil
lis without ilfeii. The Germans have
I'd miles to go to the eastward in th
1 Itiga region before they i.m hope in
come Into conperitloii Willi thn torees
In Poland They may take Itlga, but
before doing so they will hive the Hus
sian Haltle lleet with which to dial.
I They leimed this when they attempted
' to lake Si-hoick, also on the Gulf.
I It Is appireut fioin despatches re
'celled from Petiogrnd to-dav that the
1 HUM his still await an offensive by thn
Allies on the western front Seinl-of.
tidal menMiges from I'etrogiad delarfl
I that addition i Gentian leenforcements
' from tlie west have airlved on the east
ern fionl, thus Informing the Allies tint
there may be weik spins. Il l.s believed,
however, that th" shifting of the forces
In the east may explain tills In part.
It Is believed generally that a l.uge part
nf Field Marshal von Illndenburg's forces
have been taken from In front of War
saw to be um.I Iii llle drives to cut the
Kyrciatsr that fit right -look rlKht
rlsht, ut tpencrr', 7 Maiden Lane,-
TAKE COURLAND CAPITAL
Germans lo lleiieb Ihe Hug, .Near
Special Cable OeniaH'li In Tnr Srv,
Hum. in. via Amsterdam, Aug. 2.
Mitawa, the capital ot Com land, has
bien taken, according tn thu olliei.il
statement or the General Staif to-night.
The sltuutlun Immediately around War
aw appears unchanged, wiule the Ger
man and Austrian armies are making; co
ordinated drives to the cast In their en-