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WW1 ,t THE EASTERN UTAH ADVOCATE. PRICE, UTAH
I ! SUBMARINE SINKS
I ! ANOTHER WARSHIP
M BRITISH NAVY HAS THREE NAVAL
H DISAOTERS WITHIN TWENTY.
E 4 FOUR HOURS.
H Dittleihlp Torpedoed, Steamer Glnki
H at Result of Accident and Battle
H ahtp Goes Down While Oper
H atlng In Oardanellea.
H London Tho Drltish battleship
Wm Majestic, another of tho ahlpa sup-
i i porting the allied army on tho Galll
B t . , poll peninsula, was torpedoed anl
H H eunk by a German submarlno Thurs-
B day morning Nearly alt the officers
Hff ; and crow woro saved
Hj , At about tho aamo tlmo tho steamer
H d Princess Irene, a minelayer, built
H i last year for tho Canadian Pacific Hrlt-
B I jsh Columbia coast service and was
HI II taken urer by the admiralty at the
BH ) commencement of tho war, wns nccl
HB dentally dostroyed by nn oxplosloi
BV whtlo at anchor at Bheerncss, whora
HH she was undergoing repairs. Alt her
Hfl- crovs, numbering G0, except ono sea
Jj , man, and In addition seventy eight
dockyard workmen who wero aboard
I at tho time, lost their lives.
, Tho estimates of the fatalities as
Hi I wado by the morning pspors vary
HI ' Irom 200 to over 400. Tho Dally
Hi I Mall says that tn addition to tho sov
Hi j ' cnty eight shipwrights there also woro
HH on board 100 from Chatham, as well
Hl I as 240 members of tho crow, which
HI) (would glvo r total of 418 persons on
Hi j the stoaraer
B I v Theso two naval disasters, coming
HV wlTRIn fwonty four houra of tho sink-
Hlj tng of tho battleship Trumph In tho
HJj Dardanelles, liaro Ciii n gloom over
HI London, both official and unofficial,
HIM '( Added to this Is a deep air of rays-
HV . , tery. The blowing up of the Princess
HH f Ireno Is seemingly beyond axplana
HI K (Ion. Humors that It was tbo work
HM of spies nro hoard on nil sides Taken
HH to connection with tho disaster to tho
HH battleship Bulwark on November 28,
HH with a, loss of 760 men, which was
HH f similar in every respoct and which
HHV J lias never been explained, In splto of
HV prolonged Investigation, It has
B j ' stunned naval officials.
flf ITALIANS FORCINQ FIGHT.
t N Attsck at Several Points Along Forty
H.' -, Miles of Csrlnthlsn Front. I
H' , ' Genova, Switzerland. A strong
B . L Italian advanco guard on Thursday
m . i( crossed tho Isonxo river after a sharp
K , fight with on Austrian forco, and ar
H.i rived betoro the town of Monfalcone.j
HH " thirty miles from tho Austrian seaport
B , of Trlesto. Tho first of tho Austrian
m .- wounded aro now arriving at Trlosta,
H ., Tho Italians also attackod at sov
eral points along tho forty miles of
Bt tho Corinthian frontier.
K A battle botween tho Italians and
B Austrlans is raging nround l'lokon
M and also west of Praodll pass In Aus-
, trio. At Adlgo the fighting has been
m limited to skirmishes.
H Want Patrol Kept Up.
H U Austin, Toxas Tho lower houso of
B Uio Texas legislature haa adopted a
BHJ concurrent resolution urging tho fod
HH eral government "In tho atrongest
HHj terms, tho imperative necessity of lm-
B faedlatoly extending and regularly
PBH tnslntglnlps; t,s JUo arando border pa
H - trpl senlco for tho protection of lives
BBH of American, cttlicns."
B Np QhpnSO ?f War, Says Montanans.
B ' r flu tie. Mont United States Sena
H tors Thomas J Walsh and Henry L.
BHl. - ( Meyers of Montana, In Interviews hero
HL ' Thursday, declared thero was no
PHB J chanco of war with Germany becauso
Kj ju of the reported torpedoing of tho
H Hteamshlp NebrasLnn oft the south
H coast of Ireland.
Hf, ' ;f j Zeppelins Raid British CoaiL
r j I Southend, Knglnnd Another Zop-
BBH i' (iclln nlrsblp raid was mado upon this
B , (town Thursday night and ono person
H lj nas killed and sovoral, including ono
H child, Injured by bombs which woro
H jdroppsU. Tno victim killed was Mrs.
H , ibj (May Fabln, who vas hero on a vIslL
,t ffl. Twenty-two Miners Killed.
Hf ,, JK Nanalmo. D a Twenty two men
BBH i H pro bollovod to hso pnrlsbed as a ro-
B , S tilt of a gas oxploslon Thurdsay In
bHW ' X xa lloorvo lnlno o( (i0 Western
BHk vl Ftiol company. Thirteen wcro
BHH . t trougbt out nlUo shortly after tho ox
BBH ' 1loslon occurred
H jf,' Reprieve Oouflht for Murderers.
M i Phoenix, Arlt Hy ft voto of 0 to
BBH 4 tho Arizona state sonata decllnod
BBH Governor Ocorgo W P. Hunt's re
BBH fluoat to memorlallzo tho stato board
H pf pardons and paroles to reprlove Uto
H ' flvo Mexicans condemned to dlo Frt
BBH ' ! jay at the Florence penitentiary.
M Arrlaga Qlves Up Office.
B I Llsbon-Tho president of Portugal,
H 1 Manuel do Arrlaga, haa officially an-
H hounced to the president of the l'or-
H h tuguese congress his determination to
H j v hslgn his offlco.
M Wyoming Synod Created.
H il Ilochester, N. Y. A new synod,
B I' 'Wyoming, was ordered created by the
HHB W 3-resbytertan general assembly Thurs-
H May This makes forty-one synods
HsH i In the church Atlantic City was
HJi:, ebosen for the next general assembly
!' Vlneysrds Blighted.
H ) Uuffalo, N Y. Western New York
;M suffered heavily from Thursday
HHJ Y night's frost. Hundreds of acres of
HH! j!; vineyards in Niagara. Orleans and
HH9 ' ) , Chautauqua counties were blighted.
HHB I j Truck farmers report heavy losses.
Siin,ir.ST i7Tiarirfi iiwwiiMi ... un.' w ngs
ON GUARD IN THE AMERICAN TRENCHES
CHINA AND JAPAN
THE NEGOTIATIONS REOARDINO
8HANTUNQ AND MANCHURIA
BROUQHT TO CONCLUSION.
Japan Has Lodged Against China
Heavy Claims For Injuries to
Jspanese Subjects and Dam
age Done to Ohlps.
Pekln. Two treaties between China
and Japan, together with thirteen
notes, woro signed Tuesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock In tho Chlneso foreign
offlco This act brought to a conclu
sion the negotiations which havo boen
going on slnco last January, whon
Japan, shortly after tho fall of tho Ocr
man position of Klao-Chow, presentod
her well known demands to Chins,
The first treaty signed Tuesday
deala with Shantung and the socond
with South .Manchuria and eastern in
ner Mongolia. Tho only dlfforonco bo
tween terms of tho ultimatum sent by
Japan to China and tho trcatlos as
signed Tuesday, Is tho substitution of
ono fort for another mining right in
I Tbo Japanese endeavored to sccuro
'other alterations, notably tho omts
slon of tho words 'South" and 'Hast
era" before Manchuria and Inner Mon
golia, respectively, as well as tho sub
1 stltutlon of tho words "Ilao-Tung pen
insula" for "Dalny" and "Port Arthur"
.but tho Chinese roorosonUtives fought
'for and obtained a strict adhorenco to
thn terms of tho ultimatum with tho
exception previously notod.
Japan has lodged against China
heavy claims for tho injuries to Jap
aneso subjects and tho damago dono
to Japaneso ships In Hankow recent
ly by Chlnoso mobs.
Death Toll of Floods.
Kansas City A total of eighteen
deaths havo occurred from tho floods,
high winds and electrical disturbances
of tho lost three days In Kansas, west
orn Missouri and Oklahoma.
WIRELESS HEROES HONORED
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ijiSMii i nr ft rrtsHI
Wireless operators who died while
sticking to their pests wero algaally
honored when this beautiful grwnlts
cenotaph and fountain were dedicated
te their memory recently tn frost of
the barge office at the Battery, New
York. Tho names of elfTsn berees
aro Inscribed ou tho cenotaph, which
was unveiled with appropriate cere
monies and speeohmaklng
Acquitted of Steel Fraud.
Pittsburg, Pa Dennis K. Itullens
and David J Simpson wero convlctod
and Samuel Wetmorcr was acquitted In
the federal district court of conspiracy
to furnish inferior steel for tbo Uml
ed States government.
Canada Lifts I nbargo.
Ottawa, OnL Canada has with
drawn the embargo against the ex
portatlon of wool to tho United
States, which was impoted soon after
tho outbreak of tho war, It was an
nounced hero Tuesday,
KINO SIGNS DECRCC WHICH
BRINQSTHE ELEVENTH NATION
INTO WORLD WAR.
All Austrian and German Ships In
Italian Harbors Have Been Ordered
Confiscated by Royal Decrees
Clash on Frontier.
Homo Italy has formally declared
war against Austria-Hungary. Tho do
creo which brings tho eloventh nation
Into tho war was signed by King Vic
tor Cmmanuol at 2 o'clock Sunday af
ternoon, May 23. A declaration of
war by fjcrmany against Italy Is ox
pectod. Ilaron von Macchlo, tho Austrian
ambassador, was handed his passport
The Duo d'Avarnn, Italian ambassador
at Vienna, has been rccallod Prince
von Duelow has been ordered by Chan
cellor von Ilothmann Hollwcg to leave
Italy Immediately, as Qermany has do
elded to support her ally, Austria.
Tbo first clash between Italian and
Austrian troops occurred at Forcol
llnl dl Montoiio soon aflor tho decla
ration of hostilities had been signed
An Austrian patrol crossed tho border
In a pass botween Pont dl ICgo and
Pejo and was drlvon back by Italian
Alptno chasseurs with slight losses,.
All Austrian and Gorman ships in
Italian harbors havo bren ordered con.
flscated by a royal decreo Issued Hun
day. Immensa bodies of troops aro
massed on both sides of tho border
It Is roported hero that 800,000 Aus
tro Hermans aro concentrated and
ready to cross the frontier. An enemy
torpedo fleet Is erasing off Caltnro
Mora than 3,000,000 men fully
equipped with arms and ammunition,
It Is expoctcd, will be put Into tho
field within a month. Ilccnuse of tho
work of preparation that has been go
ing on for tho pnst few weeks, mobl
llxatlon Is going forward rapidly, Tho
eglmcntal depots bavo been crowded
sinco unuay morning ny reservists
who havo been expecting a call to arms
slnco Thursday Tho calmness nud
cheerfulness of tho rvsorYlgts and,
their famllels completely belle the
tempornmental excitement which Is
supposed to bo an Italian characteris
tic and affords proof of the popularity
of tho war spirit.
Tho entrance of Italy Into the world
war which began last August brings
the number of states cngugod In tho
conflict up to oleeu. Italy, allied with
C-erninny and Austria Hungary since
1SS2 In tho trlplo nlllnnco, was called
upon last summer shortly after tho
assassination of tho Austrian crown
prtneo at Sarapoo, Bosnia to support
tho Qtrmanlc empire She declined,
and thero began a series of diploma
tie negotiations which soon risolvcd
themsales Into efforts on tho part of
(Icrmnny and Austria Hungary to In
duco Italy to remain neutral.
Ono great purposo of Italy In enter
Ing tho war Is to gain possession of
unredeemed Italy," a sweep of Aus
trian territory to tho north and cast
near tho bond of the Adriatic sea
This region, which Include Trent and
Trieste, is Italian In all but aatlonall
ty To attain It has long been her
Ital) s total war strength, Including
resources of all kinds, Is figured at
about 4,1)00 000 men
Favor Merchant Marine.
San Francisco Hanker of Califor
nia, Nevada, Oregon and Idaho at the
closing session Friday of Uelr con
ventlsa here, adopted a resolution
urging bankers throughout the country
I to stir up publlo sentlmont In favor of
legislation by congress next session
tor a merchant marine
Florist's Helper Kills Two Girls.
Cat skill. N. Y Henry Lang, a flor
ist's helper of Catsklll, shot and killed
two girls on tho outskirts of the town
Sunday, and then shot hlmclf through
tho heart tang Is belloved to bae
Italians Interned In Auetrla.
Home The report reaching Rome
that the German and Austrian govern
mcuts have prevented 30,000 1'allans
from leaving tho territory of thoio
countries has created a profound 1m
WAS NOT 8ERIOU8LY DAMAGED
AND CREW RETURN AFTER
TAKING TO DOAT8.
No Passengers Aboard and No Lives
Were Lost. Ship's Nsms and
Nationality Painted In Largs
Letters on Her Sides.
London Tho American steamor
Nebraskan, Captain Orccn, from Llv
orpool. May 24. for Dalawaro break
water, waa torpedoed by a submarine
at a point forty miles west southwest
of Kastnct, off the south coast of Ire
Tho sea was calm at tho lime. Tna
crow at once took to the boats and
stood by tho steamer
It was soon ascertained that the
Nebraskan was not seriously dam
sged Sho had been struck forward
and her foreholds wcro full ol
Tho crew returned on board and
got tho vessel under way. No lives
wcro lost among tho crow Tho Ne
braskan did not carry any passengers
Tho foregoing Information was rc
cclcd by tho Ilrltlsh admiralty In
London and It was nt onco commu
nlcatcd to tho American embassy.
A messago to Lloyds says that on
armed trawler went to tho assistance
of tho Nobrnskan and stood by her all
Tho Nobrasknn passed Quccnstown
Wednesday afternoon on her way to
Liverpool. Sho was proceeding under
bcr own steam at 8 knots an hour
A messago 'to tho Star from Liver
pool saya thnt tho namo and nation
nllty of tho Nebraskan wero painted
In largo letters on her sides. Sho
was In water ballast.
Tho German submurlno campaign
Is continuing actively. Dispatches
from Norway say tho pcoplo of that
country bavo been aroused by the
alnklng Inst week of tho Norwegian
steamer ailnerva and tho attempt to
topedo tho Iris, which went to her
THERM0P0LI3 18 FLOODED.
Wall ef Water Five Feet High Rolls
Through Wyoming Town.
Thcrmopolls, Wyo Damago cstl
mated at IGO.OOO was dono by a flood
which swept this town lafo Tuesday
following a cloudburst In tho moun
tains. A wall of water flvo feet high
rolled Into tho town from a canyon
flooding acorea of dwellings and fill
Ing tho basements of many business
Souses No Itfss of life Is reported.
Fighting Clgsret Habit.
Los Angeles, Cal Forty nlno pa
tlents, many of them girls and women
took tho first treatment at tho new
municipal antlclgant clinic, accord
Ing to tho report of tho pollco hos
pltal surgeons on Wednesday.
Norwegian Steamer 8unk.
Now castle, England. The Norwe
gian steamer Minerva was sunk by n
Gorman submarlno Saturday night
Tho crow of tho steamor waa lauded
hero Monday evening by tho steamer
DR. JOHN F. ANDERSON
Dr. John F. Anderson, In eharge ol
the hyglenlo laboratory ef tle United
States public health service tat Wash
Ingten, made the startling statement
efare the army medical school that
the -tread typhus fever Is far from be
Ing eradicated In the United States
and that It Is possible for It to break
out at any time with virulence.
Venice la Dark.
Venice The military authoritlea
have given orders that no lights bo
displayed in Venice between sunset
and Sunrlso that can bo aeen from
above the city. This la a measure of
protection ugalnst aeroplanes.
Tornado In Oklahoma.
Kansaa City Capt W A Welch,
a confederate vet;an, was killed late
Wodnnsday, and the injured tn a tor
nado at Tallhlna, Okla Klght busl
ness bouses and twelvo residences
1 were dcatroj ed, I
HAY SEND TROOPS
PRE8IDENT WILSON HA8 DECID
ED TO GIVE WARRING FAC
TIONS FINAL WARNINO.
Conditions In Mexico Havo Beeorna
Intolerable, and It Now Seems Prob.
able That United States Will En-
desvor to Put End to Strife.
Washington President Wilson has
decided to servo notlco on all tho
warring factions in Mexico that con
ditions In that country havo become
Intolerable, and that unless they
themselves composo tho situation
soon, somo other means may havo to
bo employed to accomplish tho result.
Tho first Intimation of tho prcsl
dent's determination to tako this stop
came Friday in his appeal Issued as
head of tho American Ilcd Cross, set
ting forth that 'duo to several years
of Internal disturbances," tho unfor
tunato pcoplo of many parts of Mex
ico have boen reduced to tho crgo of
starvation, and urging contributions
to relief funds.
Later tho Whlto Houso gavo out the
'When tho president's appeal for
aid for tho Mexicans was Issued It
was nljo stated at tho executive of
fices that a statement from tho presi
dent on tho present situation In Mex
ico might bo expected -within tho next
This statement has been prepared,
and will bo Issued after tho noxt cab
Inct meeting and then communicated
to tho leaders of all tho Moxlcan fac
tions Officials at tho Whlto Houso and
stnto department declined to say what
tho president's statomcnl contained,
but denied that recognition of any
faction was now contemplated
It was stated authoritatively that
while friends of Carranxa hero had
been pressing for recognition, tho gov
cm men t had not been Impressed with
tho ability of any of the contending
chtefs to rostoro order. Tho present
nctlon, It was said, was not Intended
to assist one faction at tho oxpenso of
another, but to demand. In effect, that
tho Mexicans nrrlvo at an early set
tlement of their troubles or at least
provldo for tho sustenanco of tho
High officials referred to tho presi
dent's forthcoming pronouncement as
not meaning Immedlato Intervention
and they cmpbasliud tho word 'Immediate."
0AY8 GERMANS ARE PREPARED.
War Minister Declares Country Can
Carry on War Indefinitely.
Ilorlln Itoplylng to a question nt
tho budgot sitting of tho rclchstag on
Friday as to whether tho army ad
ministration had taken measures to
Insuro a supply of raw materials and
toxtlles In tho event of a long dura
tion of tho war, a deputy war minister
mado this prcclso statement
"Even a new winter campaign would
find us prepared tn every woy. All
tho raw materials aro at band In suf
llclent quantities for it. It must bo
declared out of tho question, there
fore, that tho efficiency of our army
could bo Imneded awlne in nm !...
DID8 DEFIANCE TO AMERICA.
German Count Declares Submarines
Will Continue Warfare.
London Tho Dally Telegraph's
Ilottordam correspondent says that
Count von Ilovcqtlow's organ, tho
Deutsches Zeltung, under tho caption,
Tho American Call to German Fonr,"
publishes nn amnxlng nrtlclo which
broathoa doflauco to tho United States
In overy lino and drclnroa that Ger
many's submorlno wnrfaro will bo con
tlnuod regardless of any considera
tion Tho nrtlelo deolaros that Ger
many Is not frightened by any throat
of war ou tho part of tho United
I Mobile to Have Ship Plant.
I New York Plans for tho construc
tion at Mobllo. Ala , of ono of the larg
est ship building plants in the United
( Btates nro being perfected In New
York by Kdvvard M do. former
president of tho llath (Mo ) Iron
Dlack Sea Fleet Intact.
Washington The Ituettlun embassy
has recohed n cablegram from tho
chief of tho naval staff ut 1'etrograd
l catogorlcally den) Ing tho report of tho
sinking by Turkish mines or subma
rlno of tho Itusslun battleship Panto
lelmon In tho Dlack sea
Loses Million Dollar Estate.
Chicago Out of nn estate valued at
more than 1.000,u00, tho former Prln-
cess de Cblmay, who was Clara Ward
Vf tr?lt' M,oh ' ' bequeathed only
11.000, It was learned Friday, by tho
will of her mother, Mrs Catherine L
ard Morrow of London
Liverpool -Tho Ilrltlsh steamship
Argyllshire, which loft Sydney, N 8
..' APr!1 16' roacod Havre, Friday,
after being attacked by a Ocrman
JuTS N0D f ,h' proJw'U8
Danish 8tesmer 8unk by Mine,
Lly struck a mine off Stockholm Frl
day and sank. Her crow as saved
The Kly was bounl from Kngland for
Sundva,., Sweden, with a cargo '"of
A Token of Remcmrrl1
ror Tom boy or jour tlrl when the ..
tut., a jood w.tch Is .boot tlK Bo,VE
Sift to be h.d tt te.ch, , proaMnJT.M
utptliln jlj loir (a vrfce. "
MAKERS OF JEWELRY
SALT LAXB CUT
The homelier a girl Is the ieTTI
sho has for a chaporone.
TUo coffeo Uiat fills )nur con ol
happiness to tlio brim.
A woman's idea of a stingy zsu U
ono who can kocp a socrcL
I GUARANTIED I
I Orernlla and Work Clothe.
I At Your Homo Denlrr'a
The New Hotel Rexl
Kail L.Wa I.dl.S l'llr IUl.1
Luiurtouilr tqtitpprU wlU htli--e tani-
lure. Nr, MUrn a' I'ltrptmuU
lonrtnlrnllr loratori In tli twsrl rt lt
cllr ml In tfia ihnpnlnr dl'trt t IUUi.
N,7Joinitll Wllhprltdtflntli. II 'x
ZU a HUta turret lUrfiiralr llullitti
I'raa Ilaa HhIi At It.U.
CADI DESERVED THE LEGACY.
Persistent Youth Sure Found IM
A Turkish story runs that, djrlsg. i
pious man bequeathed a fortune t
his son, charging him to give 1 500 te
tho meanest man ho could Cad ut
500 to tho most foolish,
Tho most foolish man Is another
story. As to the meanest, account!
agreed that a certain cadi filled tbs
bill Accordingly tho dutiful son of
fered htm 500.
"IJut I can't tnko your 500." salt
tho cadi. "I never know your filter.
Thero was no roason why ho stoolt
Icavo mo tho money."
"It's yours nil right," persisted ti
"I might tnko It In a UcUtloti
transaction," said tho cadi, relenting.
ilimnni, I'll inlt vnn what 111 !a
III sell you all that snow In U
courtyard for S00."
Tho young man agreed, willing
bo quit of his trust on any terms.
Noxt day ho was urrosted, taken be
fore tho cadi and ordered to remoT
his snow at onco. As this was a com
mand tho joung man was utterly w
ablo to oxecuto, ho was fined 1M t;
tho cadi for contumacy
"At least," tho young man w
ruefully as ho left tho court, father'
$500 went to tho right man."
What do ou mean by cV'Ing wj t
up nt this tlmo of night. Henry 1
bo waiting for )ou when you I" j
homo!" sho shrieked. '
-Diss It, m'dcar." Hcnr
waa missing dreadfully. "I W ' wV
ed toll yo I'm Interned at Ct cis
loon till war's over. Goi-dnE-t- (
Duffnlo Kxpross. i
This Isn't my spring suit."
Hawkins to tho pawnbroker '"", J
Is a half doien sUus small r I
mine." . j
"You nro mistaken." repl! & ' j
pawnbroker 'This la your '" D"
It has boon In soak so long that "
has shrunk" j
A Sign for tho Surgeons.
' Of course." said tho surgeon
had dporntod for appondlcltls, 'tw
Tilll ba u scar,"
' That's all right.' replied the P i
tlont. "Leave any kind of a mark 7"
like that will prevent somo strsnl
doctor from coming along and opr
Ing again " I
At tho Front
"Hello! You heroT Vhat mi" j
yon volunteer!" ,,. i
"Well, you soo, I've no wlfo or ii"
lly, and 1 rather llko war. IM ""
about you?" ...
'IT Ahl I've got a wlfo and famw.
and I llko- peace. LondonOP'P'00'
Mixed With Fear. .
Jonos I have tho greatest rtPcl
for the trutlt
Btones So I percelvo, for you )
erally koop at a most r.pt-tfui os
tance from It Exchange,