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H THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE, PRICE, UTAH , -
f. 1 GE1ANST0ST0P
I 1 SUBMARINE ATTACK
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B ORDERS SAID TO HAVE DEEN IB-
SUED TO CEASE UNDERSEA
BBJ . WAKFARE FOR PRESENT.
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Alleged Changs of Policy of the Oar
KB man Government Made Pending
H Outcome of Negotiations With
H the United Statet.
V Now York. Order suspending
BB Mibmnrlno operations against mor-
BBV i chant vessels havo been Issued by
BBV v l ,, ' the (lermnn gorcrnmont pending tho
BBV ouleomo of negotiations regarding tho
BBV 4 representations mado by this govern
HJH ment In Prosldcnt Wilson's note, no
Hm ' cording to a Washington dispatch to
BBB the Times on May IS.
HJI I Tho Times says tho Information
HHr -i I was obtained in "a well informed
HH j quarter," after cabtc press dispatches
HjH I had said a Herman submarlno fired
ff , a torpedo nt tho liner Transylvania
BBBJ on her trip from Now York to Olas-
BBW 1 gow, ended Monday. It was said nt
Hi , this source that Information about the
BBBj Trnnsylvanla "could not bo correct
BBBj ''' (or tho reason that submarlno nctlv
BBBJ " Ity had been discontinued by tbo Her-
Hi man government."
BWj ,j It wan not disclosed, tho Times' dls-
HH i patch says, whether tho now order
BBBj ' require that thoro nro to bo no at-
HHj, ( tacks by Herman submarines on
HHT j freight vesscts of notions nl war with
BBBJ j nrmany when thoy nro supposed to
! carry war auppllo and Imvo no pas'
lenders on board, but tho dispatch
aays It Is tho understanding that tho
1 ' j order will apply to nil merchant vos-
HHj! J lets, belligerent as well ns neutral.
HHJ , - j Tho order, It was said was Issuod
HHJ, I j about n week ago, but tho supposition
HHj j In It has not been announced offl-
HHj $2 dally.
HHj "7 It Is pointed out that slnco tho day
HHj following tho sinking of tho Lusltanln
HHJ i only ono Herman submarlno attack on
HjV a. merchant ship has been recorded.
BBBJ Thla was on May IS, or About n wook
HHJ ( after thn Luiltnnla dlsastor, thn
HHJ' ' Mcatncr being tho Martha, n Danish
HHJ, 1 'j craft, sunk off Abordccn, and that in
HHb., ( this caso all tho members of nor crow
HHlf ' wcro savod.
HHJ YAQUI8 DECLARE WAR.
B , Indians Will Battle Against the Max
HHJ Ik lean Forces.
H ft San Diego, Cal. Ynqul Indians,
HHR, j 8 who havo been besieging white sot
1 ',,-, a tlora in tho atato of Bonora, Mexico,
I liaued a, proclamation on Tuesday do-
' I daring tho Yaqul nation nt war with
BBflJt I U Mexico.
HHJ A They havo" captured tho pumping
HHJ ' jP station at Dantanatel, near Empaime,
HHJ A where nro locatod railroad shops vl-
HHJ ued at flO.00O.O0O.
HHJ Snow In Minnesota.
B Bt. 1'aul, Minn Snow fell hero
HHJ Monday and nt several northern Mln-
HHJ nesota points during tho day Frees-
H Ing temperature wcra reported from
HHJ Duluth nud o her northern cities
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BBBB .married recently to Paymaster Qud-
HHB ger, U, 8. N. She waa Miss Oenevleve
BBBB ' Walsh, daughter of Senator and Mrs.
HH2.v Thomas J. Walsh of Montana.
HHB Blizzard In Nebraska.
HHB b Omaha, The western part of No-
HHB n braska waa covered with a blanket of
HHB 8 now several inches deep Tuesday.
BflBt With a high northwest wind blowiug.
BjHH the storm assumed tbo proportions of
BjHflj a billiard.
BBBBf j, , Fruit Damaged In Wisconsin.
JH ' Appleton, Wis. One of the heav
BHHj -, ! lest enowutorms of the season pro-
BjHH ,.. S vailed Tuesday and probably aided
Bcv greatly In saving part of the crops. In
BjHH ',( 'i 1 oddltlon to the strawberries, it Is
HHH' i Ir. J A ttouEbt the apple crop Is ruined,
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COMPANY OF AUSTRIAN SOL
DIERS CROSS THE BORDER AND
BATTLE WITH ITALIANS.
Italy Certain to Declare War Soon,
Military Preparations Continuing
Without Cessation and People
Clamoring for War.
Home A bitter clash between Hal
ln and Austrian troops was reported
8unday from Bogna. A company of
Austrian soldlora crossed tho frontier
and was engaged by Italian troops
who were rushed to tho scene. After
an exchango'of rldo lire, tho Italians
charged and drove tho Austrian
Military preparations continue
without ccsstllon. Train laden with
troops and war materials are constant
ly departing for tho Tyrol frontier.
Tho number of soldlor already mob
ilised is estimated nt 1,700,000.
The nowspnper nro unanimous In
predicting a decisive movo forthwith.
Tho king of Italy tins refused to ac
cept tho resignation of Blgnor Salon
dra and tho premier and hi wholo
war cabinet retain office. This, It Is
confidently believed hero, foreshad
ows thn almost Immediate cntranco of
Italy Into tho clrclo ot belligerents on
tho sldo ot tho allies.
DCRNBURQ TO LEAVE COUNTRY.
Official Spokesman for German Cause
to Return to Oermany.
Washington. Dr. Ilornhnrd Dern
burg, former Hormnn colonial secre
tary and known ns unofflolal spokes
man In thl country for thn Herman
cause, has voluntarily decided to
leavo tho Untied Btate. In vlaw ot the
'critical turn In tho relation between
this country mid Hermnny.
The action of Dr. Dumlmrg will re
lluvu the president of nn embarrass
ing sltuntlon, for it in known that he
strongly disapproved of Dr. Pern
burg utterances Justifying tho sink
ing of the I.usltanln nnd olflclal con
sidered examining tho statute of tho
I'nltod Btate to determlno what legal
method might bo Invoked to end Dr.
Other Indictments Dismissed Follow
ing Acquittal on Immorality
Ixia Angeles, Cal. Tho two remain
ing Indictments against Charles K. Se
bastian, mayoralty nominee and chief
of police, who was acquitted ot an Im
morality charge In the superior court
Krfday, were dismissed lato Monday
on motion of Thomas I Wolwoln,
Victoria Desparte, the girl who repu
diated charges against Sebastian and
lator waa Imprisoned on a charge ot
perjury, waa ordered released.
8even Men Rob Fifty.
Dotrolt Seven highwaymen, five of
them masked and all of them armed,
entered tho billiard hall of Curr &
Kesslor on Kort streut, less than a
mile from the city hall, shortly be
foro midnight Saturday night. They
lined up about fifty men and es
caped, the police say, with more than
Frank Fighting for Life.
Atlanta, Ho, Tho Oeorgla prison
commission has set Monday, May 31,
as the date for beginning a hearing
on Leo M. Frank's petition asking
that his death sentence tsr tho mur
der ot Mary Phagan be commuted to
Turkish Losses Heavy.
Paris. According to n Haras die
paU.. from Athena, advice bare been
received from Mytelcne to tho effect
that furious fighting continues In the
Dardanellca aud that the Turkish
losses havo been extromoly heavy.
Aviator Damage Tanneries.
Geneva. It ha been learned that
aviators of tho allies have inflicted
damages amounting to more than
$2,000,000 to the tanneries at Strasa
burg, which aro working on material!
for the Hermnny army,
REVIEW OF FLEET
HELD jy UOSQN
PRESIDENT CALLS BATTLE8HIP8
ENQINE8 TO PROMOTE IN
TERESTS OF HUMANITY.
8ays Inspiring Thing About Amerlea
la That She Asks Nothing for Her
self Except What She Ha
Right to Ask for Humanity.
Now York. President Wilson tho
man on whom the eyes ot tho world
'nro turned bocausn of the interna
tional situation on Monday rovlowod
tlio Atlantic fleet In tho Hudson river,
and nt a luncheon tendered to him on
shuro by the city ot Nuw York told n
.distinguished gntherlng of navy offl
'con, nrmy officers nnd civilians what
tho country and Its navy stood for.
Tho great battleships that lay In tho
river, ho said, wero "engines to pro
mote tho Interests ot humanity."
'Thn Inspiring thing nbout Amarl
en," tho prostdent assorted, "Is thnt
oho nsk nothing for herself oxcept
what sho ha a right to ask tor hu
manity herself. Wo want no nation'
property; wo wish to question no na-'
tlon' honor; wo wish to stand sel
fishly In tho way ot tbo development
ot no nation. It Is not proten
slonon our part to say that two nro'
privileged to stand for what every na
tion would like to stand for. and
speaking for thoso things which all
humanity must deslro."
"Thoplrlt which brooded over tho
rlvor today," said tho president,
wan Just a solemn evidence that (bo
force of America I tho forco of moral
principle, that (hero Is not anything
olso she love and that (hero I not
anything olio for whloh sho will con
tend." Thn president took occnslon In hi
speech to pay trlbuto to Secretary of
tho Navy Daniels, who sat beside hint.
Rush for Naturalization.
New York. Blnco tho sinking of
tho l.usjtnuln, the number of Hermans
applying for naturalization In (his city
has Increased nearly 300 per cent, It
I Ntatod by tho officials.
one of war's tragedies
ggHBJTfltfll li i IssssBnTi
A Oorman scout rinding an outpost
who bad been mortally wounded, and
with hla last strength had crawled
to a stream to quench hi thirst
Bandit Rob Passenger.
10 Angeles -Two masked bandits
held up sixty passengers aboard a
Santa Ana loterurban car early Mon
day, and escapod after getting about
$100 Women passenger were not
Michigan Banker Dies.
Detroit. Oeorgo Howard Russell,
resident of the People's Statu bank
of Detroit and a former president ol .
the American Danker' association,
died at his homo Monday. lie wai j
07 year old.
BILL HATFIELD, OF FAMOUS AL,
LEN GANG OF KENTUCKY,
SLAIN BY UTAHN8.
Was Drinking and Started Out Look-
Ing for Trouble, Beginning the
Shooting When Ordered Off the
Place by Ranchers.
Salt Lake City. A special to the
Trlbuno from flrcen Myer, I tah
fays William Hatfield of tho Hatfield
and Allen gang of Kentucky, alias
Illll Chrlsholm, better known through
eastern Utah as -Shoot 'cm up lllll."
ono of tho most daring nnd desperate
gunmen of eastern Utah, was shot
nnd killed twelve miles south oi
Orecn Hlver In n duel with William
Tomllnson and James Wnrncr, two
ranch boys nn thn Ran Rafael river.'
A coroner's Jury has acquitted Hat
Hatfield left Hrccn Hlver Monday
with several gallons of whisky for
tho San llafacl reef, whero ho had
camped on somo mining property that
ho was working. On reaching camp
ho began drinking heavily and Wed
nosdoy morning decided to clean up
and havo a few funerals of his own.
Hanging a Winchester rifle on his
saddlo and loading a .38 Colt revol
ver, ho started out on horseback to
do thing up on the opposite side ot
Stopping nt a farm houso Just
across tho bridge he Informed a young
woman that ho Intended to 'shoot up
a fow fellows" on that side ot the
stream that day, Ily thl tlmo IjOuIi
and 1-Vllx Presiclt cniuc around the
house to sto what tho trouble was.
They ordered Hatfield off tho place
and during tho quarrel which ensued
Hatfield pointed his gun at them and
stated bo was going to clean up tho
plnco. Two neighbor boys, hearing
tho quarrel, en mo to the ProMCtts'
assistance. Kach carried a Winches
ter and ordered Hatfield off tho farm.
A shower ot bullet was Hatfield'
answer. During tho exchange ot
shots tho wild Kcntucklan fell from
hi horse dead. Two bullet had
passed through his body.
8PRY LEADS GOVERNOR8.
Chosen as President of Western Gov
Seattle Hovernor Spry of Utoli was
re-elected president ot the Western
lovcrnorn' conference, to servo until
tho Wnlcr Power confirms I held In
Portland, September 21, 22 nnd 23.
Thl congress wns nulhorlred by tlir
Orepon legislature, nnd governor nnd
four other representatives from each
rcspectlvo stato ot tho west will nt
tent. Hovernor Miter of Washington
will hold office a secretary of tho gov
ernor' conference until the Portland
Kaiser Has Narrow Escape.
Oonova. Tho Uerninn emperor and
hi staff had n narrow escape on Sun
day whllo wntchlng the operation lu
n village near the river Snn In Hallcln
According to a dispatch from Hilda
pest, which reached hero by Indirect
route, n heavy shell burst BOO ynrdi
nwny. It fell among some automo
biles, destroying several machines, In
cluding tho emperor' ami killing hit
chauffeur Tho emperor had left hit
car only fifteen minutes before.
Fifteen Dollar Case Costs $15,000.
Son l-Yanclsco. Diner Norgard, son
of a wealthy rancher, did not steal
from tho Hound Valley (Cal.) Indian
reservation ono whllo calf with red
ears, a Jury In tho United 8tntcs ills
trtct court round hero Wednesday
The calf's value was placed at $26,
Tho caso cost tho government $15,000
It was said.
To Pay for Dacla Cargo.
Pnrls. A law waa promulgated Wed
nesday, according to the Temps, open
ing a credit for tho payment for the
cargo ot the steamship Dacl.i, formerly
of the Hamburg-American line, but un
der American register, which was
seized by u French warship on Febru
ary 27. Tho American owners ask
To Guard Swiss Interests.
Washington, Diplomatic Interests o!
SwlUailand In China will bo cared for
hereafter by tho American minister nt
, Pekln. The Swiss minister hero pro
. sented a request to Secretary llrynn
saying hi government was without
diplomatic representation In China.
Blame Placed on Emperor.
Ilaraegate, Eng A coroner's Jury
returned a verdict of "wIlUul murder'
against Emperor William In the case
of John Smith, who died as the result
of hocK following Injuries sustained
In tho Zeppelin raid Monday,
To Observe Magna Charta Day.
Albany, N. Y. Tho 700th annlver
sary of the grouting of the Mutm
Charta will be celebrated by the con
stltutlonal convention on Juno 15, U
ha been decided. Presldont El'lhr
Hoot will make thn principal address.
In Jail for Debt.
New York, J. Edward Addlcks
former financier, and once a polltlca
power In Delaware, wu sent to Ludlow
troet Jail In default of a payment ol
$15,472. duo on a Judgmeut. Addlcki
Is 74 cars old.
1 Wrap and Hat Designed in French Chintz
Very odd nnd equally handsomo I
thla wrap, made ot French chintz, In
what Is called n cameo design, be
rauso tho figures, coloring and shad
ings took like carved shell or.stor.o
cameo. It t trimmed with black vel
vet ribbon, and ono cannot think of
any other finish thnt would look so
well n this.
It I a wrap for summor wear nnd
for tho woman who Is In a position to
affect the unusual In somo of her np
parol. Tho fact that sho iwssetsct).
less conspicuous wraps for other than
Palm llcach or equally exacting en
vironment give n special privilege
When such striking nnd out-of-tho-ordlnnry
things nro beautiful they need
no excuses, nnd tho garment suggests
that designer might turn their atten
tion to tho possibilities that llo In cre
tonne ns n fnbrlc suited to summer
wraps. It ha already been success
fully used In millinery and as a trim
ming on linen nnd other wnshablo
.Tho leghorn hat worn with this
wrap Is covered with tho samo fab
ric stretched and fitted over the cron
nnd upper brim. A collar of black vtl
vot ribbon finishes It At tho frorti
big cameo brooch is mounted. Thn
tho Inspiration of tho fabric appun
mounted a befits 11 In thu raoit t
nlted of position.
A wrap with ns much dlillnctlea
but lea unusual 1 made of white chif
fon taffeta nnd lined with vivid Di
Harry green snlln This kImbi
through Uie will to silk, ir.skioj i
green glow that look a cool ti tii
Rca. Tho fastenings and ornim-tu
aro mado of cable cord i cured lta
whtto and with green silk, and then
cord nro Intertwined Into lovely deo
ratlvo fastening at tho front ot til
At a recent dance n young mitroa
wore a charming frock of beech bro
charmctiso with" tunic of ileep crria
color and gold lace, nt tho cclntursef
which soma deep pink roses appetrti
nnd her hat wn of tele de cein
velours with ahnded feathers,
1 llll. II I III Mill . , , ,l . M.
Three Easily Mado Breakfast Caps
11 Is enough to put ouo In a good
uumor with day to m.-t at the
breakfnnt lubio tho adorably pretty
and fantastic cups which havo becomo
as Indlspensablo as any other head
wear Tho demand for these protty
caps ha grown so steadily that now
designs aro regularly put Into shops
and department stores, ot which worn
en show their appreciation by lltiorul
purchases. Thoy aro one of tho bit of
feminine finery that men admire, and
they are so Inexpensive that no one
need forego tho pleasure of wearing
The simpler caps, like that at the
right of the picture, mny be bought
for so little money that It Is hardly
w;orth whllo to make them. These are
circular plecea of net or laco gath
ercd over an clastic band or cord
about the edge and having a frill of
laco set on and decoration of narrow
ribbon or chiffon (lowers, or both Such
caps aro made of shadow laco nnd five
Inch measalluo ribbon sell for llftv
C""lTl.e cap (n tho picture I. mad" of
rufllu of tho Bomo headed with a very
narrow frill of val laco. Tho trh
ralng Is of narrow ribbon and two
imall chiffon roses.
At tho right side tho cap shown Is
omlderably more expensive. auirugl
a ' Uo rnadi. of point d'csprli ,,,
narrow i edging and ribbon TbU
cap consists of a band of tho niaterUl
about tho faco, to which two slde-pUl'
wl frill of tho net are sewed A Terf
narrow vol edging, In a ruffle, outline
tho Innor edges ot the plaiting'-
row of shirring undor a very narro
Insertion of vnl mnkca tho full putt
tho crown more shnpoly A big w
terfly bow of mossallno ribbon Ht
In bes wldo la period at nbout the cen
ter ot tho left aide.
Suggesting sunny Italy In It nuA
up, tho third cap baa Bomothlug ot "
effect of a drapo thrown over
head. Hut It I made of fleorgett
erepo to which a wldo band of Amrj
'an laco In a Tal pattern Is sewed A
knot of the crepo nt each side n
a cape of lace about tho netk com- C
pleto a cap that allow one to dlip"1 1
with halr-drelng In the early won- I
JULIA DOTTOMLEY. I
Wired Lace Sleeves.
The sllhouotte of the crinoline u
repeated again and again In danclwf
costumo, nnd one of It latest pi'"0
I tho wired laco aleova Thl
tiny wired lace rufflo, perhaps thr
Inchon wldo and very full, stl J""
spreading around tho lower
which Is gathered Into tho nrmbo"
nbove a Uuv puff of chiffon, or tlfc