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day of Miss Genevieve Clark, daugh
ter of Speaker Champ Clark, bat
Bowling Green's "little girl," to
James Mcllhany Thomson of New
Minority Leader James R. Mann of
Illinois and Mrs. Mann and virtually
all the Illinois and Missouri congres
sional delegations, as well as many of
the Iowa delegation, arrived today.
Though the entire town is thrown
open to visitors, there is not a room
that is not occupied or reserved for
occupants." Wedding presents fill
every available nook of Honey Shuck,
the Clark home.
Bowling Green, Mo., Juhe 30.
Guests on way to marriage of Miss
Geenvieve Clark to James Thomson
badly shaken up when engine and 5
coaches left rails at Curryville. Were
brought remaining 7 miles of jour
ney in automobiles.
AUSTRIA'S FLEET TO ENCAGE
ITALIANS STEAMERS SUNK
London. News agency dispatch
es from Amsterdam reported this aft
ernoon that the entire Austrian fleet
is preparing to force a decisive bat
tle with the Italians in the Adriatic.
London. Two Norwegian vessels,
sailing bark Cambuskenneth and the
steamer Gjeso, sunk by German sub
marines in British waters. Crews
Cettinje, Montenegro. Montene
gro, the government explained in a
note to the powers, was forced to oc
cupy Northern Albania to frustrate
schemes of Austrians.
Stuttgart. Wurtemberg war min
ister denied that French aviator last
Sunday bombarded Zeppelin works
Paris. Capture of German trench
es north of Chateau Carleul marked
progress for French in renewal of the
great struggle north of Arras.
Berlin, via Wireless to London.
Austro-German drive now threatens
to cut off Russian right wing from
armies operating east of Lemberg.
Slavs northeast of Lemberg hack to
their own frontier.
Petrograd. "With the help of God,
Russia will continue the fight until
her enemies are completely crushed.
Until that time peace is impossible."
Premier Goremykin made this em
phatic statement in manifesto issued
today. Was made public immediately
following remarkable conference,
participated in by czar and his min
isters, behind great battle front in
Galicia, where Russian armies are
retreating before Austro-German
Manifesto was generally construed
here as answer to statements appear
ing in German press that Russia was
weary of war and ready to sue for
Washington. American embassy
in London forwarding to Washington
complete statistics of all American
vessels and American-owned cargoes
detained by allies, showing that in
nearly every instance the owners are
losing at least $1,000 daily on each
Uondon, Government today took
first step in direction of conscription.
Walter Hume Long, president of local
government board, introduced na
tional register bill in house of com
mons. Bill calls for enrollment of all
males- of military age.
STEAMERS CLASH AT SEA NO
ONE SERIOUSLY HURT
London, June 30. The Holland
American liner Nieuw Amsterdam,
bound for Rotterdam collided with
an unidentified steamer off Deal this
morning and was damaged in the
port quarter. The injury to the
steamer that rammed her is un
known. The Nieuw Amsterdam carried
about 250 Americans, mostly doctors
and nurses on their way to the war
zone. All but about fifty of these,
however, had been landed at Fal
mouth, England, a short time before.
There were about fifty steerage passengers.
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