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TERSE—CLEAR
Saves your time and
your eyes
SIXTEENTH YEAR. NO. 231.
Allies Inaugurate General Offensive
MEDIATION OFFERED TO 11. S.
T. 8. URGES BULL MOOSE
TO LINE UP FOR HUGHES;
DENOUNCES WILSON
Praises Justice In Let
ter to National
Committeemen
PARTY LEADERS
ARE DIVIDED
Hot Fight Expected to
Precede Agreement
On Course
BY r SITED rlt ESS.
CHICAGO. Jun** 28. —Col. Thf-o
dor* Roowrvolt today definitely re
fused the nomination of the Pro
gre**|ve pariv for president. and In
a letter to the Bull Monwe national
committee urged the Progressive*'
support of Charles Evans Hughes,
the Repuhllean nominee
In hla letter, a lengthy denuncia
tion of the Democratic administra
tlon. Col. Roosevelt declared he
Mould actively support Hughes and
gave detailed reasons, based largely
on the necessity for "patriotic Ame 1 -
1< an lam.*'
The Progressive movement has
been given an tni'alcutahle impetus
bv ehat the Progressive pnrtv has
«ion» tier party «nt.«g••n
l#ts have acceptrd and enacted Into
law, or embodied in th»ir party plat
forms. verv man' *.f ■ -ir meat irrv
porfant principle* Much lias b«->n
*ecompll»h*d In awakening tl\.- t>uh-
Itr to s I'etter understanding nf the
problem* of social and Industrial
W elfare
Yet It has become enflreU evident
that the people uniler e,j«tlng condi
tions are not prepared to a> < opt a
new party.
It Is Impossible for I|S Pr -aresslves
to abandon our convictions, tint ere
are faced with the fact that as
tlnntlnneri ns Page Flight!
Before the Battle
New York’s Irish Troops at Maas in Mobilisation Camp.
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MARYLAND TROOPS READY TO MARCH
WILSON TO
ASK FOR WAR
IS OUTLOOK
| Hostilities Only An
swer, Unless Car
ranza Yields
TROOP TRAINS
READY TO START
“First Chief” to Have
Chance to Answer
Ultimatum
By CARL D. GROAT.
{Staff iforrrnpondcnt fnifcd Prrun.)
WASHINGTON. June 28. — A
double responsibility for the Car
rlral battle appeared partly estab
lished today It did not, however,
place such a burden on the Ameri
can forres as to assure peace. On
the contrary, developments so
shaped themselves that 1f **em*
I < on lln urd on N’age flight!
Printing—the plain neat kind—<hn(
la right—Time, .loh I>cpt.—Main 432 U.
DETROIT TIMES
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KNIGHTS OF
ST. JOHN IN
CONVENTION
Opera House Is Packed
For Opening Session.
Monday
NEARLY 6,000
ARE REGISTERED
Parade This Afternoon
Is Big: Feature of
Meet
Mayor Oscar B. Marx waxed
"Kooeeveltian.” Monday morning,
when In welcoming the Knights of
St. John and ladles’ auxiliary, who
are convening in Detroit, he invited
them to have a "bully good time”
while In the city.
The opening meeting of the con
vention was held in the Detroit op
era house, Monday morning, at 11
o’clock. The uniformed knights
marched through the streets from
Ht.. Mary’s church, where memorial
services for departed members had
been held at a mass celebrated by
J Bishop Kelly, of Ann Arbor, and
j thronged into the theater with their
| ladles and visitors, packing the
I house.
i Oen. J. J. Treppa. of the Detroit
I commandery, Introduced the Rev.
Frederick L. Heldenrlek. chaplain
| of the Detroit regiment, who opened
the meeting with prayer. Oen.
J James B. Dugan, national president
of the order, dellfered a short ad
dress, following which the delegates
went into a business session to pass
on credentials.
(’lose to 6,000 members and vlel
I tors had registered up to 10 o’clock,
ft nntlnneit ns Ps*n |-'.t ß h( I
yon \kmxon s ixmomiox
Tehr linr.tnfd'. \<-M I’hnaphNf*
Relieve* th*' dl*tr***e*l stomach,
restores appetite strength and vital-
Itv Buy a bottle.—Adv.
mci.ivrn r*« Kauri, nrmaomi,
BTC.. hr Nlfi«e«i»r terete*. C«H
Cadillac .ISO.—Ada.
MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1916.
DANGEROUS.
DETROITERS
TORE FIRST
AT BORDER
Thirty-first Leads List
of Michiffan Reffi
ments
15,000 MEN READY
TO LEAVE IN EAST
New York and New r
Enffland Troops May
Start Toniffht
BY VSITED PKERR.
SEA GIRT, N. J„ June 26
The First regiment of Newark,
Batteries A of East Orange, and
B of Camden, Troops A and C
of the First squadron cavalry,
the field hospital of Elizabeth,
and ambulance company of Red
Bank, will entrain at 2 o'clock
for the Mexican border.
BY MYRAN W. GILLETTE,
Staff Correspondent Detroit Times.
CAMP FBHRI3, Mich., June 26.-~
(Special.)—Brig. Oen. J. I*. Kirk
says that the Thirty first Michigan
regiment will be the first to leavo
(Continued on I'aic* tC*«hn
THE WEATHER
Detroit nn«l rklnll? i SNonrri and
(hfintleralorina Ihla afternoon or to
night i Tuesday parti) rloadyt fresh
westerly wind*.
laser Mli-hlunn t thnner* and
thiindemtnrma thin nftrrnoon or to
nlichti Tweadny partly cloud v.
t pper l.nheni Krrnh neat rtlnda
on lake superior: frr.h noath alilft-
In* to neat with nt|tialla on l.akea
Michigan and llnrtmi partly eloady
tonlaht and Ttie.da), r»rrpt prohnhly
thnndemtormn Ihla afternoon or to
nlaht <>n l.nhra Mlchlgnn nnd Huron.
totter Ia ken ■ I'renh anil ponnlhl)
nfrooa no nth to went wind* tilth
ntiwallni proltnbl) akoneni and thun
derntorm. tonlaht and Tnenday.
If la henl teniperatnee thin date In
the pant t.*l yeam, **7, In IHKI, I sjat
nnd lIMt; i 100. nl, M, in |SM
line year ntn today t lllahent tetn
perntnre, 73i Innrit, ,*Ut| mean, «3i
rlear weather,
The nan netn at Mill p m., Monday,
and rtnen Tnenday at liM a. m.
The ntoon rlnen at 3il* a. m. Tnes
day.
MEN RUSH
TO ENLIST
IN GUARD
Hundreds Are Turned
Away At Armory,
Monday Mominff
BATTERY C TAKES
MANY OF THEM
Capt. Pay son Gets Or
ders to Proceed to
Camp at Once
Dh, come on, slip mo in some
way, cant you? ini dying to go!”
This and similar pica.-, were made
to Capt. I’aysou I>. Foster, of th?
recruiting squad, at the armory,
Monday morning. Th: biggest < row |
of applicants that have yet applied
for enlistment swarmed headquar
ters st the armory. There was
choice material among them, ion,
yet ( apt. f’ayson nnd his staff were
forced to disappoint them, ns the
captain hed received order? to erase
recruiting and proceed, with the few
inen who did not go. away Sunday
night, to the (iru>img camp Th* i*
were 50 men In the party, that en
Ditined Sunday evening.
These orders, coining op abruptly.
Is an indication that there will be
an early movement of th* troop- to
the .Mexican border, t’i.pt l'a>son
directed the eleventh hour applicants
to No. 46 1-2 Cl rand K;v* r-nv* west,
where enlistment arc In progress
for Battery ('.
The enlisting officers already were
quite busy at fiat pla* >. and with
the siege of tin advancing horde,
disappointed but -‘till f >peful. the
small qu.irtei for a !'me looked
like n l-eleagtu red fori. I’robably
all enlist. neT ivn r ’ . in the mat
ter of time, wcic binken. tin ay»r
ago of 2>* men per hour » * *r*sr plan and
on the rolls. They were still coni
If* at noon. i
”\V> need about ion more men,"
said Lieut J. T Johnston, “but we
(fontlnnrd on sage Bight.)
SOUTH AMERICAH POWERS TENDER
SERVICES; MOB WRECKS CONSULATE
IN TORREON; MOREY SENDS REPORT
NOT GUILTY
IS PLEA OF
CASEMENT
Irish Leader Unshaken
As Treason Trial
Is Started
JURY SECURED
IN SHORT TIME
Philadelphia Lawyer Is
Rebel Chief’s
Counsel
BL WILBUR S. FORREST
{Stu* CnrresDOttrirni ijr.itcd Prcst i
LONDON', June 2*?.—Tn n firm
voi« e. Sir Roger Casement today
pleaded nnl guilty to the charge of
high treason at the opening of his
trial before Lord t hies Justice Read
ing and .Associate Justices Avery
and Harridge. A Jury was obtained
from a special panel of IT>O talesmen
in Irsf than an hour,
i Casement today was scarcely the
! same man who apj oared at the pre
i ltrninarv arraignment in Bow-st. po-
I lice court.- Then his beard sadly
' needed trimming, his hair was
[ frowsy and he wore an ill fitting sack
suit. When he was brought, over
this morning from Hrixton prison, to
which he had been removed from
, the Tower of I,nndon, he wore a
' carefully brushed morning coat and
immaculate linen. His heard and
hair were carefully trimmed.
The prisoner smiled and nodded
to several acquaintances as he en
j terod. He listened calmly while the
I clerk read Iho lengthy charge, reclt-
I ing his activities in connection with
I the Iri.-'i rebellion and his attempts
• to induce Irish soldiers, prisoners in
! (»ermany, to desert from the British
! army. He displayed keen interest
in the preliminary proceedings,
watching his counsel, Michael Doyle,
of Philadelphia, closely.
Daniel Bailey, an Irish soldier, ar
raigned with Casement at the pre
limluary hearing, will he tried sepa
rarely, it is believed he will receive
lenient treatment because of the evi
dence he furnished the crown.
There was no cron and around the
court today bet huso of the advance
notice that admission would be I>\
jtvket only.
Attorney (lenernl Smith made an
e\ ha 1 1 Vi * «<;enlng statement, recit
ing Casement's IP years In the con
sular and other services, his thor
ough familiarity with government
methods and consequently his great
p( rsor.nl r< spnnslldllties Case ment
listened, apparently bored. He
\owned several times while Smith
was talking.
| DROWNED MAN
RELIEVED TO RE
THOS. E HTTRLBERT
The bodv o* i man supposed to
be that of Thomas n. Hurlbert, f*.*»
yea. - old. war ‘aken from St.
Cln'r. Sunday morning, and brought
to the coroner's rfTifVc for a post
mortem examination. Several abra
sions on the face caused Coroner
Rr.thncht r to order tbe InvcsMgatlon.
but P was so md that death was due
to dtowning Identification card
found in his pockets tend to show
Hint he was a' one time an employe
of Crowley, Milner k Cos
fTn«vnltnn t’nterfn|ner« ni W(tn»
D.nr.Pn* P.ir »"nl>nr<f Phnw. Dane
inw —Adv
Prlnflnß—the plain n*«* Mivt—(hnt ]
Is rl«ht Times Juli Hen*.— Msln 4330. I
LAST EDITION
ENTENTE
ATTACKS ON
ALL FRONTS
Russians Drive
Through Carpathians
Into Austria
ITALIANS MAKE
BIG ADVANCE
British Heavily Bom
bard German
Positions
BY VSITED FRESH.
LONDON, June 26.—Russian
troops have broken through the
Carpathian mountains into
Transylvania, according to a
wireless dispatch from Rome to
day. The dispatch quoted Pet
rograd telegrams as authority
for the statement.
BERLIN, June 26.—1n most
stubborn fighting west of Sokul,
the Germans have Inflicted new
defeats on the Russians, the war
c.fice announced this afternoon.
In the fighting since June 16,
the Germans have taken 61 Rus
sian officers, 11,097 men, two
cannon, and 54 machine guns.
By ED. L. KEEN
(Stuff Correspondent united Press.)
LONDON. June 26. —Every sur
face Indication today pointed to the
(rontlnnrit on Pace night.l
American Victim at Carrizal, and Mexican
f / « A
CAPTAIN TREVINO LIEUT. HENRY R ADAIR I
h*M» O VNDIRWOOt 41 I/NOSSWSO*
Lieutenant Henry R. Adair of the Tenth Regiment was one of thu
three American officers believed to have been killed in the treacherous
Mexican attack on American troops at Carrlzal. Captain Trevino, shown
Iwlth him. acted as an American interpreter. The photograph waa taken B
some months ago when the American troops were on good terms with thn
Mexicans. j
ONE CENT.
Officer, Thought Dead,
Said to Have Writ
ten Pershing
BORDER THINKS
WAR IMMINENT
U. S. Force Retiring
From Namiquipa to
El Valle
BY VS IT ED PRESS.
BAN ANTONIO, Tex., June 26.
—Capt. Lewis 8. Morey, com
mander of Troop K, Tenth cav
alry, who sent to Gen. Pershing
the first official account of the
battle at Carrizal, was found
today w’ith four Negro troopers
at San Louis ranch, according to
a message from Pershing to Gsn.
Funston.
WASHINGTON. June 26.
South and Central America ten
ders their “good offices" to Sec
retary of State Lansing at 2:45
this afternoon to avert .armed
conflict between the United
States and Mexico. The offer
was tendered informally by Bo
livian Minister Calderon. Al
though it has not been decided
whether other South and Cen
tral American diplomats will
bs at the Laneing-Calderon In
terview, it is not unlikely, Min
ister Calderon said this morn
ing, that several may meet him
at the state department.
EAGLE PASS. Tex.. June 26.
Destruction of the American con
sulate In Torreon on June 18 by
Carranza soldiers and civilians, led
by the mayor, was described today
by American refugees arriving here.
ad DEAD—MEXICO l kink
Members of the party say they
saw Up* mayor of Torrcon, with
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