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NO. 3918. WUR-SHOWEIL WAISHING0TN.- D.- C.SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1917. T TW 0CEXNTS
Leaders Harangue Prison
ers in Stockade and De
W Wv the latersatleaal News Servile.)
Hermanas, N. Mex.. July I3 (I. W.
W. camp.)-The 1.310 I. W. W. strik
era deported from Bisbee, Arts., yes
terday, are tonight interned here in
Around their prison are grim-faced
men with rifles and shotguns who have
promised that not one of the prison
ers shall escape to foment trouble
in this section. Like a great band
of gypsies, the 1. W. W. men inside
their stockade tonight are sittingl
about campfires greedily devouring the
food that has been given them and
listening to wild harangues against
the government. the war and the
Dusty, unkempt. bizarrei they are
in the firelight's glare. The alkali
dust from miles of travel in box
ears and cattle cars clings to their
bodies and lends a ghastly appear
nes to faces pinched by hunger and
inflamed by the words of their lead
-We don't care about the govern
ment; we don't care about the Euro
pean war; we want an iscrease in
wages; we want to be able to live
0 as men, not as beasts. We want our
rights." shouted one be-whIskered ora
tor from a soap-box rostrum and a
rumble of hoarse voices applauded
Governor Lindsay this afternoon
sent a telegram to President Wilson
askins that the Federal authorities
take charge of the situation at Her
manas and provide protection for the
Deople of that section. and food for
the men interned. "They are human
beings." the governor's message said.
"and many of them have had noth
Ing to eat since yesterday."
The governor has arranged to have
the men fed at the expense of the
State for the time being, but asks
Federal aid. Troops are also asked
to preserve order as the militia has
been taken into the Federal service
and not enough military is under the
State authority to cope with the situ
.mer .f Atae. [
Threats by the interned I. W. W.'a
and from roaming bands of the or
ganisation who are traveling the
country to loot small towns, have
caused the authorities anxiety. Al
group of I. W. W. wanderers, said
to be approaching El Paso, was the I
signal (or a quick banding together
of citizens for defense purposes, and ti
armed with firearms they arep
guarding the western entrance to h
About the Hermanas stockade is d
a squad of fifty deputies under the r
lead of Siheriff W. C. Simpson. of a
L.una County. who were rushed td I,
town to help preserve order. A ID
troop of cavalry is alio en guard,
aned no violence is expected to y,
trains traver ing the country, in al
epite of the threats of roving hands n
of I W. W.s to delay traffic anti o
h old r pseenger trains.
When the long line of cattle cars,
and lox cars first arrived at Her
mana< a number of the cramped i
and dusty men made their way to il
the telegraph office and wired ap-;e
roals to William Heywood. secre
tary of the organization, for aid.
They were. however. unceremon- I
iwusly rounded up and placed in the p
Attorney Makes PIe. .
W. B. Cleary. an attorney of Bis
hee. who was deported with the I. w. C
W., made a spr-ech to his fellows on
their arrival in Htermanas.
Make the hest of the situation,
hoys.' he said. "Better times are
coming soon. We now are fighting
for our rights and soon the world
will realize the brotherhood of man.,,
Guards on the train which brought
the men here express the opinon that
a number of them had escaped at i
night by dropping from the cars and
may be lost in the alkali deserts
stretching about here in all direc
tions. "When we brought the train
to Hermanas." one of the guards
said. "our prisoners contented them
selves with cursing us and yelling
threats after us."
Times Change But Two Plus
Take the population of the
cording to the last census.
Divide this 365,000 popuL
cepted as the average ~prber
sold), and you have 73.000.
passed that figure and is enjoyii
patronage that should go with i
Multiplying the number o
tios will not increase the popul
the Washington newspaper advel
IWashington merchants have
school of experience and know
stance and foam when it come
That is why The Washing
second largest volume of depari
the year 1917.
That is why The Washing
gest volume of grocery store at
alternated between first and sect
That is why The Washingt<
est volume of drug store adverti
That is why The Washingte
volume of shoe store advertisinj
The volume of the undup
the reader in tehme. in them
and clear, with opportunity still
hshopping, makes The HERALD S
*ein'. medium .- those _ er-hi
Nig News Flashes Of
Ealy U ring Eveats
Tummad Swaps ast.
Daaviile. it.. July 13.--severa
peren at least were killed ad
may were iajured In a termsde
which swept ever this beettee
late teight. An Interurha ear
was blews Pern the trahs aer
Rmer ad evergene eeept the
metermam was ajared, .me per
hape fatally. The ear was de
One perso wak hilled who
the ceyeeme struet Champaign
and samy ethers we" lased.
There wasg large property dam
age In all metto threugh
wheh the termade swept.
Menger reports say that the
list of deed and ialared may he
harge. Commealeatiom by wire
in eut eg.
O&Os' Cb in Flames.
port Shertdan. 111, Jaly 1s
Lightning has just struek the
eeers' Club. Oceers and their
wives liviag there have been
stamned. All rerait, here have
been turned out I* ight the dre.
Ptchd Laber Daftl.
St. Leals. Me., Jaly 13.-8ia
persens were reperted killed In
a battle between Ameriean ad
foreign laberers at Flat River.
Me.. at midaight. This is a
Leaden. Jily 13-Destructon
by an laternal expleion ea July
9 ot the British hattleship van
guard of 10,314 tem wan m
eialy amnenaced by the admi
rally tonight. The warship was
Of the pre-Dreadomeght class.
Omly three me. of the NTO on
beard at the time of the exple
aiemed survived, and one of them
ha. albet died.
GIVE 929 MR
)raft Exemption Board
to Occur Next Week.
A a special conference yesterda
ft moon between the members of th
cal exemption boards and the D)s
1"t Commissioners in the Distric
uil'ling, plans for providing suitahl
eadquarters for the boards, a list 0
hich will probably be announced to
iy. were areed upon. Many of th
-gistration headquarters are not null
ble for the giving of physical test
the 9% men. which compise tb
istrict's quota of the army draft.
The Beeritnry -*f War eaimonee
ssterday through the Provost Mar
ial Generals office, that the tota
umber of men to be drafted through
It the country would he 07.mn.
Directions were sent by S-refar
aker to the Ditlrict C'mmi-ioner
> apportion the (iqota of 9.: mer
hich the District must furnish fror
a registration lists among the eleve
Number Leas Than Half.
The actual number of men whie
he District is called upnn to furnis
less than half that given in un
ficial estimates, which have lee
ublished. These estimates stated tMa
robablv 2.."In men would be reiluire
f the District.
The District of Columbia received
redit of ' Swo men, however, who ha
olunteered their sericees in eithe
he regular establishment or the Na
onal Guard. A credit was given fo
9*3 men in the military establish
ient, Including the National Guard
a April 1. another of 7o4 on accoun
r men who entered the United State
rvice and the National Guard he
ween April 2 and June A. and a thir
redit of 23 men who enlisted in th
ngular army between Apiil ! an
ime 31. The credits for the Distric
f Columbia and all the States close
The young men who are drafte
CONTIN'ED ON PAGE ELEVEN.
One Still Make Three.
District-about 365,000. a(
ktion by five (universally ac
>f people to every newspape
One evening newspaper ha
rig all the evening advertisin
f duplicating newspaper edi
tion of Washington or chan
tising situation one iota.
been trained in the good ol<
the difference between sul:
s to buying newspaper circa
ton HERALD has carried thi
ment store advertising durini
ton HERALD carried the Iai
Ivertising last month, and ha
mdi during the past year.
in HERALD carries the greal
in HERALDJ carries the largel
licated circulation, coming
orning, when the mind is fret
before one for an entire day
tand out as a necessary advei
ALL THE CAST PRESENT EKCE
2T r U .
9*CM SE -' ....'~*-~t4 -
Citizens of Nation Are Urged
To Honor Memory of Lafayette
i By the international News itervice.)
New York, July 13.-That the nation may celebrate this year
-j as it did last yecar and in 1915, the anniversary of Lafayette's birth,
S1eptemnber 6, 17 ' 7, the Lafayette Day National Committee again
commtends the opportunity thus afforded to honor the memory and
commemorate the deeds of one of the noblest heroes of the Ameri
In each of the last two years the press at large has contributed
to the ev-er-renewecd patriotic interest of our people in the person
ality and achievement of Lafayette by means of leading articles
published on or near the day of the anniversary and it is hoped it
will do so again this year;, and municipalities acting with the co
operation of p~atriotic societics are urged to hold suitable exercises
on'that day, as was dlone last year in a number of our principal
rcities, many- of which possess monuments in honor of Lafayette.
rl Issuing this call on July 14, when France commnemorates her
struggle for liberty, the committee is not unmindful that by honor
Sing Lafayette upon his anniversary, a date made doubly memorable
by the battle of the Marne, it shall be giving expression to the sen
timent of the fraternal regard to our sister republic, our allies of
old and today, which exists among all elements of our people.
OU~l'S MOST VITAL WAR PROBLEMS
BEINGi IMP'EDED BY SELFISH INTERSTS
Garoup of "Willful Men Declared to Be Manipulating
[xports, Food Control and Fuel Prices for
Selish InterestsR, in and out of Con-di yetra wstdcde ht el
, ress, stand In the way of the solution aIuoddrvtvs ieml.wt
of three of the country's most vital nAd Nih tesoefIte
war problems--exports, food control.thiexotwudrqrealcn.
and the prices of fuel and iron. Ad- Fo ttsls
ministration offIcials admitted yester- Tecoeeswt hc h x
.day that this wing of the country's prpobeiscnctdwhth
mobiliza tion is laggring sadly behind.j odpolmi aepani iue
rThey Pay that there was ample needlfoanficlsureeuedb h
for the President's call of business tofodamnsrtinytea.
3the colors. They hope business witik nArlteexoto ha n
respond. Icesdt 4M03bsesa gis
The exports council met Yesterday a vrg f1,9.,8frtepe
and failed to announce any definitecdnniemth.Teie oM
program for the embargo which goesjfgrsrpeeta nraeo
into effect at midnight tonight.pecetoranvrgefasilr
-Selfish business folk at home andpeidfrteer-wryas
abroad continue to obtrude their in- Bewihfrte iemnh e
maitaiin hi f oonro ma-b~
ofofitizenautof h Niontleegroup
- of wlfu menrwh opposedT the ntonwareeraetisya
- inets from la troal. 95h anvrayo afytesbrh
Te"tureer" of' the Laaete DainlComte g
ch ovement Thrursday ts afodeomeoorte-eor
thin in eraturte ofethe ofreseothena-t osoteAei
In each whitelattoyastepesa ag a otue
pubisedsion oranears Etery theanrarn.tishpdi
Thel dxors acounc eti g year admncpltscigwth o
Ioertion tofth proticoietiesbe purge ohl utalxrie
g on tasto dahe scop oe culas eri ubro u rnia
cities, any hofe Thc poess fmonmntlnhooaraayte
wr t Ithen thisea all dometn Julyp-we rne.cmeoae
ystuatleior ibestytha the commbarg sntonidflthtb hn
ingafaetteupo hisannverary, aod idevtes doubl mmorabler
by he atle f te tlaneitshPr esieng' epreslmion tondh tha
timen of he frternl regrd t out Fiot d repubioutlles o
old nd tday ~vlichexiss o all bleens onnr eope. iht
Grop f Wilfu' en fecaod o Bme plainpinatiur
Exors Fo Cnro an Fucl Porces secredbh
FavoradmCorpo ration ystrdy
Selish ntersts inand ut f n pri y the export deid theat in
gres tan i th wa ofth soutin an avraood 1,392,788s like mate pe
ceinie mnth The nie onth
of tree f th contry mot vtalgresdre'sproclati ands ofha
war robemsexprtSfoo cotro, ter cenpt ould anavere ofa lsimnsa
and th prics ofpeeliandironrAd-ee pre-warer.
minstrtio omial adittd yste- Te e which wirth wnie moth e
day hatthiwig o thecoutryshprtdrbe tis thcaont wit th-w
mobilzatin is aggig sadybeindfoo problem in ad Apin ino 2fi95,e
for he resden's allofusiessT heo adminitro acon yesterow.
s th coors Thy hpe usiessw ejenAprl he enxfpgrts gfveneot b:
The xpots cuncl meyeterdyha aLeaof epartment foprn the ar
proramfortheembrgowhih ges igres wrthpreentan pices of nub
Selfis businss fok at hme an peric fo'mohtee s.-aras
abrod cotinu toobtrde teir n- eewihfor thbe Fein g.nhsb
e terests.foerl wasmf xorted t er thuren
HerertHooerhaserete anishdedo tme sthe amon t hew
maintaning is foo contolom te gnmertApi fecit1wa
connct t wth te minteamlin "Th eyouc dof' likeo te ntro wa'
of ffiialautoriy. heitte runningarl hour buinfges grun ut you
- o wilfu me wo oposd te wr*The Labradepartmmessionmwarin ate
are ryig toexept ertan fvorda Vrcstrgln in with th-a rce nanme
I- nteess fom onrolgo basko dtmnn commtstieo
The"srrede'~of hestel en4stee ndfortfue Theelcosgha
the gvernent hursayws so eTe cominication byay noumesn
t hould ihe mate lofth resethat dfeels. mortbe oertesuhae
io hofl ba whitendedphat. der"eum of cothsteel smen Wihand the
Ter pt cottn ncxiles es meeigitwsth: syt enht pnf
ltarnedn yestedayt wand torneign avrifyungt lor tetn waly awekr
ae"pronspert,' urge polcie toe ur-eutnIngrort businshpu i your
r udpeto rsectld te erals snbgeopalf.ae"h dtrmnn
adalig with the dioferenceston. of cThe Tad prommsso was ther
Teonly to it the ingp o the council daytuggiglt.nt wt h
duteswa omuy.Te. mnaliars hug tIavsks of detericoug sevcat uo
prwitce roe and dmertibonds wsteng the Grfel. arThexedCoton hay
- plyhe siutona insitat te embarg en tcmpiatedb anyt nuher noa
changl, hen a alot ab3.0sole that dJnth~es. sCome DoantesL Brair
he944 r, a ottof n ndtxtls 1,0Oers meatodmastert beens hit upo fo
Auth er ot do ecordnd forein avberagin the oretiredati a i
i.t osey auetath graes ntoro atereationeships i t.
PT A HERO
District Militia Will Go ir
Training at Anniston
The War Department yesterrlav aft
ernoon made public a complete list 0
assignments of National Guard divi
siona to training "amps in the Sout
and West, according to which th
tmilitiamen of the District of Colum
bia will be mobilized at Anonistor
Ala. The Maryland and Virgint
units will also go in training there
The Guardsmen wilt go to camp i
the following three incremente:
July 15-New York, Pennsylvanit
Ohio. West Virginia. Mic higan. Wis
1consin. Minnesota. Iowa. North Da
kota. South Dakota and Nebraska.
July Z-Maine. New Hampshire. V'er
mont, Massachusetts. thode Island
Connecticut. New Jersey. Delawart
Marylitnd. District of Columbia. Vir
I ginia, North Carolina. Tennessee
South Carolina. Illinois . Montana
Wyoming, Idaho, Washington an
August --Indiana. Kentucky. Gent
gia. Florida. Arkansas. I.ouisjaian
)klahoma, Texas. Missouri. Ktinsa
Colorado New Mexico. Arizona. Uta
All Preparatloas ComplIe.
All preparations for the transp.rir
tion of the men to the camps hai
been completed. They were worke
out by the committee of the Counc
of National Defense of which Danie
Willard. president of the Baltimor
and Ohio Railroad is chairman, i
co-operation with the War Depari
The camps themselves have for th
most part been largely . complete
sewerage had to be put in and sites fc
the tents marked off. in addition to th
erection of storage buildings. nies
halls, recreation rooms. etc. The me
will camp under canvas which the
will bring with them.
The War Department yesterday ar
nounced a gain of S;1I recruits n
the National Guard during the mont
of June. Of the enlistments 66..
were in regiments in State service an
19,849 in regiments already called int
the Federal service.
Go Barefooted in Berlin
To Economize on Leathe
BIrlin (via London), July 13.-Bei
lin's hank clerk. today set an exampi
in patriotic self-sacrifice. To aid th
movement in economy of -leather, tht
clerks discarded their shoes. Scort
of barefooted individuals were seen o
the principal streets gingerly steppin
along and saving their tender feet a
.tmuch as possible.
Rev. P. C. Gavan Writes
Herald Sunday Sernon
The Rev. P. C. Gavan. pastor of
the Sacred H-eart Catholie Church,
Fourteenth and Park road north
west. wno will write the Hteraid
Sunday sermon this week. was
born in England In 187, first com
ing to America when he was 10
years old. He was ordained a
priest in Rome, in 1897, and fist
appointed a secretary to Arch
bishop Ke ane, then a resident in
. fome,.u formerly rector of the
. Catholic University in this city.
Other chargs filled by the Rev.
Gavan, covering a period of si -
teer, years, include his assis tt
priestship at St. John's Church.
Baltimore; and chancellor of the
archdiocese of Baltimore.
During three years of incum
bency .at .the. Satcred Heart Church
here the Rev. Gavan has devoted
much of. his. time to obtaining
B funds for the erection of a new
,and larger church, to building up
1a well-organised pariah, and to foe
Itaring a devoted parochial ,airl
FOR CRISIS I
moil Over Mi
The German dog is beginni
The State Department last a
nittee a summary of its news frC
Hunger among the poorer c
Nith the coming of peace can the
is the basic causes of the present
This more than the possibility
in Germany seems to the State De
3f the developments.
The department warns that to
way of peace.
In the last analysis, says the
OF A DISASITE
Fearing Disruption Austria
Takes Hand in Affairs
Illy the internatimal News %ersice.
Anitetdain. .July 13.-The fine han,
of Austria ua a -e in the Germat
erisi toILy. Its index fingr pointe
to chaneellor %on Bethmain-liolwe,
as the "man of the hour.' A voie
fuom Vienna. tjnonymo-.x. tt in
htrakaly sf tmla!. ounded warit
Iha' If tiolweZ ie cr..ppe. dasaste
Piw o 1 ail E ,ope was hrwn nt
h. w the' A, +sS po1incal It,
dix of I. w .hoI, -a: .in- a W,'
aan th- isorld wats tild th- i
VIahi E zbei r. the wint
leader in unnosmir the .oirm .' 1
%it in the Rt.etsia;; wo iill -
:,, the chief ob e-t 1" ii hitt.t a!
It- ks. uas minIrfd la rhouns- "
the Austrian Emperor whom he ha
j st iFiild.
The K jort wUnt un hal enged ut'i
estiida. HIy that time the tide ha
toned. And odas- word Mnep fror
Berlin that Erzher ir htmse lf ha
ihanged front. that the Cn titist, ar
vtisfied to have lilns e, znntitnlue a
i hanelor. Ini nr I eI tam n.onditions.
hut wsant him di :-rled b-fore th
peatce confe nce .e,"is
A deep laid int tiue. tprong Aome
where between Vienna and Werlir
succeasftully eiet.t i in the shreads
manner in hit min:test d-tai's. Is t
lievd to hlid the answer to the pi
Nleanwhile today' n-ws frnm th
Q- rman al-itail broutht these chie
d --lipmenta In the cris .
1. A s-mi-of ia n--e idi th
t. st-r is ahotit i ,s e a precl atm
t-n favong~n immendiat vot 1, ni
for Prussia and for Pharh'amentar gv
ernment for Germany.
A pparently author.tatiie r-port
had it the Emperir would invite Erz
herger and Philip S heidelmann imn
jority So- ialist ladet i to take mitiio
LThe thiee tig part le--Centristo
Socialists and Nationa!-LLber-als--com
pleted their pltan for a conevrted di i,
in tomorro- a full Reichstig --ssio
for the immediate electoral ref-ti
and a de, laration of purely defensix
ar 'aim. They command an ovei
wh .lmilin m -Wry.
4. Failing itn this drive the majorit
a determined to drive out the presen
ministry. A coalition governn-i
would be the inevitable reult.
Retw-en the lines of the mass 0
iontradi.-tory dispait ties from the tw
Teutonic i:piits. one tict Is i'"p
inc steiadfasti ti the ft
Thit heneath the whole uphenal ie
the' stinning ef.-t whoiaii Pr.-sidetn
Wilson's arraigiinent of the ermai
autocra - has had unnt the Germa
miaissis. as ref1e-ted by their repre
entatives in the It-I hsitag
To I oint Cz-nin. the Austtrlan for
cif, ttmiste, . i ttibted the in
Ftited cioim-m'it-ation from \tenni
in the L~ok-al Aiizeigrr s'a'tng the dit
missal of the chancellor iottld lhe.
ARREST OF INDIANS
BRINGS ON BIG RAKl
Terrorized by Braves Nevada Set
tiers Appeal for Protection.
pStiat ti flue Waishmati, heai
Ely. Nev .July 1.1.-Mfonteid n1
Stolen itotrse, Indians ftomr the li-c
Crecek Rese-rvaition today weare dash
ing trough settlements. Ierror-iuin.
citizens and demanding resenute bet
cause of the Ielatedl return of twa
brnavs who sete-s- arresad for ri-fia
to regIster for the setectite draft.
Settlers In the northetn portion
Snake \ aller fir-i to Raker and at
pealed for protection for theIr home
The Indians began to get ugly whe1
the two redskins were arrested foi
lowing registeration day. June N. The
came here for the nIght en the hank
of Warm Creek, which Is some di.
tance from the nearest town ina Utal
Chicago. July 13.-Pat olmaa Pets
Boulke was shot and killed teday br
Ate badits urho atempted ta fl
the mesoy car t C~u1
I Analyzing Tur
istry Hints That
heaval Is the
g of End.
I to .q.eal..
ight issued through the Creel es
asses and the knowledge that only
r get proper nourniament is asigmld
of any immediate peace or refors
partment the most significant feature
o much must not be expected in the
statement, peace depends upon one
Test of qlmtemest.
The ,tatcment follow.
Informnvt on reaihini the lepart.
ment of Sttate indwat, I that the Ger.
man po.itical crisil now cnters pri
marly on ihe q 1einp of internal
refoim and I.- - nnt tha- the nje
t-n of chati. a thi- reresnel of
the .sr mn. t ia subl.riate in im
T.r h.r T i duel te ,s -,,r m e
or t, it e <bani . r and tev-rat
ecrtei I - I. tate .p their :.ost.
lio1 it 1 1 u 3 ike ta t -hel .
'ormn n rantd ut I ' .
ion ha. b.-n ta 1i, "' ..
biteti, '. i rn :1t -.1
Th.- I ited, ia *. 1 f:1 . ... n
bb ls ih I .-.pe t o I s P .I
IIlonl. ma , b, d. t"I., h I p I I p. -
etat-n from Tieoir WoWes eIsc ai
in the Berime-r Trebs' ,f J1.
it wou:d be r e - ne i w t ,
ph---p t'der '. r ~ n -
r h n . . . ,W,
r, 'I ih0 + . Theol. -
ti ti. rsi e .
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not the i. h :-. -
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t j ot the I.c .'In. t ' t.. Jtii., e
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ands as A pp. -, Il t n - or
ni ilt rnd he - t -
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a, 'th th i , i:-t t re
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lea O in re"Ptm t u . hto
t- p o t -,i soiw - osii 4; r
1s lm cofl.. ni -i h ei . .
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- i the A,.op ma tr of theirs
- Psian tho-ns itt tS:nx ,Iem and
- ti TI ' li iN l 1l T oun
li TO U. StFORCES
Pershing Orders Holiday for Amer
ican Soldiers Today.
r i fi y Dit4Ni II. I ILL1% .
-i t i'iti i-.t ir .i ..".Iatts.n o
t h I e A tiI an Armsf ii t nce.
.Jul a lassed i the C.-ns. --o
hier ne aR few ngur. i .:natog fIt
MR;e ll de oit h, pop o . ;- o I at iions
iof Amer I, to s mi i tan- f
i- Psh e :- a eiil a6 teami rlle s;~
to com frmn Am-i r-ie . l"ei 1 -
-11 ,l Ih n so s monthl, ;fn
- 'ort fla, no in t hei r i-mf .
mo nthlba of l'ctahtu fr .t fre a-m
i cre g et ttiitingfo Am i aotalh bhar
seks ens i not used in Franeaha.
JuLoilv ni .3 eNb . . f 2 -A h i
hds fori n. Aroort undrin. enm
mand. . I a eoplo e hadug h IS Fran.
5e1hrat at damlte odeain ofptag
the ate arocure an Iof egon eqal
the and fira.tet An the difna tof
Pe-kd . thsie ooth theta Fr. n tr ies."f
tNe Aes . er oteteft trop
wil take part m thea baun o
Situation a Summed
By State Department
An increasing number of the
poorer classes each week eAt at
the municipal kitchens. In these
kitchens in Berlin two me-!s a
lay are given, consisting of turnip
s.u.p and a saucer of fruit pre
serves. On Sundays one meal is
given of fish. The menu is un
Svaried except for an occasional
substitution of cabbages.
Itatocki's recent announcement
that the vegetable and fruit crops
were poor and that the harvest
would beftas good as the harvest
of 11.. Wehich was om-Idly de
,ared last year to hae been "the
worst in forty year.'' has sho n
the lower clasises that they can
hope for proper nourishment ony
with the coming of peace, and from
them a constant demand for pace
Furthermore, they are at present
discouvged by ihe faIsur- of the
got inent to airrange a separate
peau r'ith Russi . and by the in
di itraons whicI the il-nsor cannot
keep from them entirely th-It the
l'nito d Slates Intends to prosecute
the war with all its strength.
ARE SHOT DOWN;
German Air Fleet Heavy
(y the laternatimal Newa Iterice.)
I' I:is. July 13.-The G eer mans threw
, " hell into Rheims today says
the war oifice report tonignt. VIo)lent
artillery fighting took pla-e southtat
f St. Quntin arid to the south ofl
Parg ny-Filain. Itoth artill i e r e 7
active in the Argonne and on th.
banks of tie 1t.-use.
Ten Grman aeru;arnes wee
brrught down In t h. Fre-t on July
i sars the report E.ght im,:e Ger- 1
nan craft fell lehind their own lines.
London, July 17.-A tenipoi ary pause
has set in on the Galician fronL
Kornilof(p arm% is consolidating its'
ains sroas.d I-tatles and lalusz. The'
Russian commander ;i now expected
to resume the drive on Lemberg from
the southeast on the Ziochoff-Irtez
any front. where his offenetsn e was
temrrp..: ariti checked after the fti t
prha e if the new rAmp1l'rignr To tire
'orrth rrt if aluitz consilirabb. wrrk
also Is irt tor be dore sinre the Teu
ton forcs th--re afe hriilg ihm.
aided by the nat oral dimrr: tica ..f the
mountainous tel-ain. ton either of
thr e I o fr-its a new snashing blow
is looked for.
in Vednsi.s hartle ten ffleers
nnd . Ipti-risnn.r ieir- taken by the
tis-ians. Most of th e w.e e
mans. Fire havy .urs rand ren ma
chine gurF wr're rrrro~ng the Iooty.
lerlin today repnrted signs of uls
si-in activity on the Carpiathian and
I'Rmaniin fiontF. Reconnoter-irg se
tioIis wet. r-puil -. I. is stated. Rus
I 'I-in attacka so1h ,f ihe Iniester also
were Iaea off.
The Fren-i hreat off a nimbrer of I
Germ-n attIiks io the St Quentin
sectir of the efrie line and on the
left bank ifI the Meue e 1i f e rvid n
Treubte Is Fiaand.
P.r rogrtad . July V. -At a nomnt
when all Russia is tregrning to
- ireathe free and e s 1 one mtre. in
.spirci ny til- wnlrlwind drIve of Its
.t;Gaelan arnies. dark i:rIs are again i
gathering on her internal timament.
IFrrom Finland. t-iruss's Ireland.
came news of gravrly isquieting
. character toiday. The Finrs have flung
the gauntlet of open detiaric to Rus
sia. In their liiet yesteriay they pars
I ed the seeonl reaiing if a hill that
i Virtually sepnarate's -rthn entirely from
a Russia. making them an independent.
iielf-ruling nation. The danger that
- threatened Russia long before the war
is thus becoming ,onI et.. Finland
rfuSes tIo allow R-usrn troops to
-he henmeforth itatinI within Its
aNt many mil-s tio tie oi thern
M Finnish frontier hr.s Itg. a'rilmn
arm' at its gate. Sn'i t"aIt Up to
day of a German ofns'rrive there to
Ir ale it di \ersioi fro-mir hi- Galician
N. '. Tcheildz . P', sidit of the
rounc i of Workien's aI'd SFoldiers'
Iielcg-rte, tis hast. 'n t io lio-lr'ing
for, the Finnisih capril, ti stase oi
in the iliventh hir tire mterializa
tion of Finland's lan That plhn is
to enact the "hill of fredom'' tonor
Iw byi choosing a srI emte executive
who Is to supers'ede the governor gen
etal and by appoitntinR its own Oen
,Alt the ministrl now at the front
have her-n called bra-k to the _catpitat.
SArmed Interferenre is talkedt of
a l'ere. but the prospe. Is of stirh ace io
a nre slim and the danre'r involved in
It arc great. Besides there is Sweden
alto reckon with.
TO SHOW S. R. 0. SIGN
Commissioner's Hands Full with
One public ofteia1 in Washingrton Is
certain that the trovernment is not
careless In its estimates of lthe ac
tivities of spies. He Is t'ommissioner
of Immigration raminetti. who finds
himself In the position of the nation's
biggest hotel keeper, with all Ia rooms
and the be-t places at the tabrles taken
"My detention statIons In New York.
PhIladelphia. Boston. San F-ranc'isco.
Seattle and other coast cIties, not to
mention the stations an the Mexican
border, are now little more than places
of Internment," said Mr. Camintetti
yesterday. "All the omt-ers and
sailors taken from irnterned Glerman I
shIps, with the exeption of those sent
to the Federat prison, are In my
charge, and I have lIttle rnoem left for
any others, should they be sent to
me. It is gratify ing to know that the
gov-ertnment Is not overlooking any
danger-ous foreigrer who is tryintg toI
get, in, but its agents have baem sol
busy I ma already about tehg p