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" Happens In New York
ltfs In The Evening World"
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Ij'CrciiJrirgn HqoJto Open o jiW." ' 'u 2aSl
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Coprrljhl, 1UIN, Th I'reas I'MbtUhlai
Co. (Tb Jew York Warld).
NEW YORK, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1918.
14 PAGES
PRICE TWO CENTS.
TWO MORE SHIPS
FOCH
SUGAR SHIP AND SCHOONER
SUNK OFF AMERICAN COAST; ! gJ5
miooiiNb mm uumu nunc,
Survivors of Pinar del Rio Saw Vessel
Sent Down After U Boat De
stroyed Their Own Pilot Reports
Another Sinking.
LEW ES, Del.. June 10. A sugar ship was torpedoed and sunk off
ht Virginia Capes at 10 o'clock to-day, according to .i pilot 'ho arrived
here this afternoon.
ANGLESEA, N. J.. J'in '.--Hcav;. ''"'-' "Js beardiral miles
off shore here to-da.
NORFOLK. Vu Juno 10. -ft.Ji.ii.il
surv.vors of the crew of the Amerl-
ctn rreigntcr l'innr uoi uiu,
was flunk toy an enemy submnrlno off
the Maryland coast Saturday, sald on
their arrival at Elizabeth City. X. C,
to-day, en route to Norfolk, that
ahortly after the Mibtnatlne sunt tlioir
ship to the bottom thoy wltncsed the
HlnWns of a schooner a few miles
&way.
. 17 MISSING MEN
FOUND 60 MILES OUT;
ADRIFT 12 HOURS
l.apiam and Part nf Crew of Pinar
del Rio Were Without Pood and
Boat Was About lo Sink.
While aubmarine ohnmrn ihsitm
er and olbur urivft woro soarclniis
the aea and combine tho roust for
Ca.pt. ilncKcnzlo, hi second mate and
fifteen of the crow of tho mourner
Pinar del Hlo, tho missing men ar
rived here this morning on thu united
Fruit steamer Taunton, Caul. Arno
Olsen, from Samn, Cuba.
The men had been out In their 'n
boat, without foci and but I. t!o
water, for twelve In -urn when picked
up alxty miles north of Hntturns.
Capt. Olson aald the boat m-hh nearly
filled with water and u,m In olnU.
i In condition.
red speck on the noruon, one
flare that had not becomu water
soaked, brought . rescuo when the
small boat was leaking so badly It
was kept nbovo the waves only with
constant balling. Capt. Olson itnld bo
wotted this light about 7.30 o'clock
(Continued on Fourth I'aso.i
AUSTRIAN TROOPS REVOLT
ON THE EASTERN FRONT
Kieft Reports Outbreak Is Sei inns
Germans Occupy Railway Junc
tion Near Voronesli.
LONDON. June 10 -A srrl.ius lend:
hu broken out among th Austrian
troops concentrated on the oast fiont,
according to an undated despatch from
Kleff received through Moscow to-day.
A state of sleae has been dachrecd In
h Samara region, according to an
other dispatch from Moscow
A desepatch from Khatkoff said that
the Germans had occupied tho railway
Junction of LIsky, near Vorontali, to
which tbe Soviet troops had retired.
AGAIN DRIVES
TELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE
IS RELIEVED AVERTED
Indicated in Washington President
and Secretary Wilson Have Suc
ceeded in Efforts.
WASHINGTON. June 10 That Tres
.dent Wilton and .Secretary of Labor
Wilson have successfully acted lo avert
a ttrlke of commercial telrerapherii was
indlt'.itril In IiIkIi official circles to-day.
CHICAGO, June 10 No official word
that tho thrcstennd teleirrnphera' strike
has been averted has reached l'reeliUnt
Knnwikaiiip of the Telegrapher' t'nioii.
"I know that every effort Is bclua
made hi Washington .to aveit tho
strike " Konenkmin said nml I urn
slnceiely hopeful that th'i m-coliallan
wl'l '.uccei it "
MR, BENNETfTwiDOW WILL
DIRECT NEW YORK HERALD
Expected to Come Here Soon- -J. K.
Ohl to Be Managing Editor,
It Is Said.
The New Tork Herald will b di
rected by Mrs. Jamea Gordon Bennett,
it vns learned to-dav upon rood
authority. AibU from Paris namlnsr
J. K. Ohl manaKtnir editor has been
siibslanllally affirmed.
Since tho death of Air. lloiumtt per
sons on both continents huvo been cacer
to knox- of '!:e dlspssltian cf tha croD
rrty, for the learon once the decedent
In an editorial stated tho newspaper
would be left to Its employees. Until
Hie present tha Hoard ot Dlreotors lias
been operating it.
Mr. Ohl. for many yars the HeraM'a
correspondent in China, has baen chief
editorial writer.
No intimation Is Riven whin Mr. Hen
nett's will Is to be filed, but it I prob
able some day this week action will be
taken. It was also said by persons In a
position to know that Mrs. riennctt was
expected In New Vork very soon person
ally to tttend to matters connected vjth
he opeiation of tha property.
hi cii Ei Kl)r Killed li I'nll In
l-'rnnre.
WITH THE AMERICAN AJIMY IN
LOIUIAINR, Juno 10 Lieut. Kdcor
l.nwreneo of Chlcaso was nccldentully
killed June S tvhen he fell 3.000 metron In
Ills airplane
l.uns-llnuM- Flr- UeH
I'urla.
'I.
I'MtlS. June 10 The l.inK-ranca
bombardment of thu I'arl dlstuci ion
turned tu-day.
ihk tvont.n TiiAvr.i. iiurkac.
arcid PuliUi (WvrM) DuUJ'M
Prt ftw. .N T. Citl.
Tl'tnhent Itotarnn 4000,
CSvk rocm tot buru 1 an an dti mi
alh(. Mmi trim lit tntiiim uwaa (a.
wk-Adn.
City Has Two Days to Decide
on Finance Plan or Faces Loss
of Laborers' Services.
Tho Public Service Commission
and the Hoard of Ultimate, with
Mayor Hylan backing It, have Just
forty-eight hours to get together on
a plan for financing the new subway
contractors, or the prospect of an In
definite tie-up of the ntw subway
construction will be assured by the
strike early to-day ot 7,000 skilled
and unskilled workmen on subway
contracts.
"The Mayor's nttltude has not
changed," the toport of Urcvor
A. Whalen, Secretary to the Mayor,
when asked If the Mrlke would have
any effect upon Mayor llylan'.n vlons.
"He expressed himself fully in his
letter to the Corporation Counsel nnd
It Is his Intention to follow this
opinion."
Asked if any special action by tho
city wus contemplated in view of tho
strike, Wholen annwercd there was
none he knew iof. He added that he
supposed tha Finance and Hudget
Committee of the Heard nf Hntimato
would discuss the atrike at Its rciru
lar meeting to-day.
H was said this nfternoun that If
tho contractors show a deposition lo
contlnui) their prrsunt attltudn tho
Hoard ft F.stltnate. working with lh
Public Hurvlco Commission, will tiv
to Inkn pnsncsslon of tlin titillnlsliiid
Jobs and complete them n the cost,
no.pioflt basis.
Matthew A. Mct'onvlllr, represent
ing the Hkllled artisans, and (Metro
Parelll, leader of the unskilled tunnel
and trench worker., announced im
mediately after the atrlko was called
at 8 A. Ar, to-day that they would
hold their men for forty-eight hours
pending a settlement of wages dif
ficulties. After tint they said they
would be permitted to take other
positions either In the olty or else
where. This would ramn t complete dls
organization nnd scattering of labor
forces which under war conditions
might not be reassembled or replaced
during the period of the war.
"Wlial else iiould we do than or
,jr tho sinW"''" nsUe.l Mc.Cnnvlll
when an Evening World teporter
asked lilm how tho strilie order rn'me
about. "Tho contractors had nuked
tho nimi to b pnUent; hut Saturday
night they notified lh men they
could not continue t pay the tem
porary advance In wages they had
been making for a week.
"They askod the men to r. ' back to
the old wago acalo until they could
get relief from tho Hoard of Kstlumtc.
Kvidently there Is nothing doing In
tho lellcf line.
"If the contracturi d nut come
through In forty-eight iimu we will
relcaso nil our ru u i" ii" other post.
Hons. Alroiidy theiu has been a cull
for 100 men, Who can Men into gooij
Jubs with udvanecd ,ay tho minute
we aay tho word."
Speaking f' the I'.il-I'c Service
Commlixlun. ! -cretar James H.
W.Uktr tu-day iii.imed tlin Hoard of
Rstlmato for the strike. He said the
Ixu'kwood law. passed .it the i,1(,t
session of the l.eglslatno for tho
purpose uf adjusting l.ibor :nnditions
on subway Jobs, hod been Ignored by
the Kstlmntc Hoard. Hoiiig o'ltslde
the Loclmood law, the K.itlrnate
Iioafa hjd submlttcJ a piun that is
(Continued on Second I'Ags.)
LIFE SENTENCES
IMPOSED ON 45
DRAFT OBJECTORS
t Commanders Reduce Terms
Fixed by Court Martial
to 25 Vears.
SAW ANTONIO, Tex.. June 10.-Forly-flve
drafted men, tried Tiy gen
eral court martial here for refusing
to wear the uniform of tho army bo-
causo they claimed to be "consci
entious objectors," were sentenced to I
life Imprisonment. It was announced
here to-day.
Tbe commanding officer La eaoh In
stance reduced tbe sentence to twenty-five
years.
"RONE DRY" AMENDMENT '
INTRODUCED IN SENATE
Jones of Washington Proposes ar
Tim Pmhihillnt, nf ah i.
Time Prohibition of All
toxicating Drinks.
WASHINGTON. June lt.-. propo.-sl
l for complete prohibition during the
1 war waa presented In the Menato tn-dny
I by .Senator Jones of Washington, as an
I amendment to tho f ll.OM.iC0 IJnmrKoncy
Agricultural Appropriation Hill It Is
dralxnej Ui meet 1'rcj.Ment Wilson's nb.
IjecUons to the Hands!! Amendment.
which would prevent use of JO.OOO.lwO of
U;o Appropriation unWe the President
should nxerclso his authority to prohibit
manufacture of beer and wines.
The Jones amendment would prohibit
the sale or tran.portat!oii of dlelllled
"Pints during the war, p-ohlblt manu
farturo of tieur and ivin- tlilrty dnyi
nfter paiai;o of Hie bill and In addition
would ptnvldn that no whiskey held In
atoraito kliou'd lie u-.ti.driwn r.
lieveraxo purposes
LABOR OUT TO WIN WAR,
SAYS SAMUEL GOMPERS
"If We Should Lose the Lights if
Freedom Will Go
Out.
MT. rxVU. Minn, .Turn. 10 Workiij
men of the United States wilt be satisfied
only with a peace broiitfht nhout by tlin
completo overthrow of the Oermnn mil
itary machine, according to I'renident
Samuel (tampers. In nn address to d.iy
at the opcrilnz 6c'nii of the amnul
eotivertllon or the Aiihciii redentoi
of Laboi.
CalliriK lirx'ii de.rK'ili'ii in t .irrxifi'l
to mako untlr.nir sitiitlin and uialtti!
maximum proilurtlun of u-ai umterluln.
rresJdcnt Gompeus dec'iiied that ur
ces' of thii allied causa ivs Imperative
to presnrvo the freednm. Justice and l.b
erty of the world.
"The strucelo meatis so much for tli
world that if v.o shoulil lofe. the llfihts
of freedom In the wotld vlll o out," ho
nuld, "for the 1'r.putllc of the l'lllt"l
Ktntcs and hor cause mi are roidv t"
jrlvii every tlilni,', hut for the profited
nothlns "
Mr. (iompen nddil thru a peo e ti
treaty would bo uIjhcj! it.1 worth'
MILK INDICTMENTS DROPPED,
! natnn til.ril IllamUaul nf lllll
J ualnM llnlr men' l.fnuue I (I I
lr.dlc'.inents f.ied Iaj. w:n'.r ay
flrund Jur aaa'i. it tln .:t'cert tit
I Ialrymer's I.nauu f- fixii.. t!, :
or inllU weie alHMi: n-l by juk'1 e
endorfer In Or.eldu ''!'. it. to ji;
the request of Pls'r'.'t KV
Swann, who f.y!alned t.iat th
under whlcn 'he Imllc'.mviii -vere
has since been ehatiRtd io 'hot
feme tlrited if jonunUted at h' .
would not b a ..olatlon cf la.
The 'ndl'iimei.ts nr- tramfei'.n
Oneida County on application of "i
fsndnnts far a change of veaut.
SUNK OFF COAST
THE
FRENCH INFLICT GREAT LOSSES
ON M0NTDIDIER--N0Y0N FRONT
AMERICANS REPULSE GERMANS
ON THE WESTERN MARNE FRONT;
BIG GUN BATTLE AT THIERRY
U. S. Forces in Picardy, Above Montdidier, Also
Under Fire Losses Inflicted on Enemy.
AMERICAN REPORT.
WASHINGTON, June 10. Lien. Pershing's communique to-diy
reporls the repulse of a heavy enemy attack in the vicinity of Uouresches,
witli severe enemy losses. There was lively artillery fightinc in t'u1
Clraleau-Thiciry and Picardy sections.
Following is the text of Gen. Pershluc's rcnoit:
"Northwest of Chateau-Thierry the enemy made a fresh aiuck during
tie night on our positions ill the vicinity of Beuresclies. i'he attack,
M'lllf1l U'lC rsjtn.irl'4 Kit el nraii iritiAn itlil l,fnritlfit.1 r lf-ljJ
i I'"''"" .inmnj' ri .,... .iivi m. ..t-wiii,.... ..j ,
S"11 fire, hrok? down with severe losses to thr assailants. In this region
! nd in Picardy (here was lively artillery lfchlinK.
"On the Manic rclor the dav was marked by decreased atlillery
3C,ivil'-" I
Following is tlie text of the coiiiniiinique sent vesterdav by Geu.j
IVrshin"-
"Section A Norl'mvcsl of Chateau-Thierry hostile attacks were
made on a front of two miles during the night, after artillery preparation.
These were repulsed with heavy losses to the enemy and without 'aaviug
our lines pierced at any point.
"There i nothing lo report imm the other points occupied by our
troops.
"Section 15 Nothing to report in this section."
UERLItX MENTIONS AMERICANS.
WM IN, .Kmc lP.T!ie War Oflice makes this statement.
"Aiiifric.iib who atlempleJ again to attack northwest of Chateau-
, 'liiierr, were driven back beyunJ their posticus of departure will) heavy
j losses and prisoners were capluied."
COMPLAINS OF PARROT
POSING AHIUSIC CRITIC
llird's Owner Pleads That II Has
j Discrimination Magistrate Orders
"Polly" Freed From Cage.
A psnol in tlin third floor back of n
elevator apartment homo at No. 3 West
lMth Htiert displayed intent it a mtisl
f.il critic, aoroidlna 10 leelltnony In the
West Sld '".iiitt n.ila. Til" blid re
oiDiistniten In mi inl'd liui!iSje wlien
vi.e.il if Unn.. .if ne.l iHirmi; ten int
(rilea.
K S. .larpei teiiiinl i" tlie first floor
:tnht. who l,s mi linursiicii hioker at No.
SI Wllllnm h'trol. chareod Miat Mrs.
raullne Michaelrnn. tho on nor. was ie
iponstbln for the parrol's altJtudt
Mrs. Mlcluiel-on ld thit the bird
remonstrated only whan the vocal dice
tioi.s rendered by Mr Jnrpr f In
ttiiouah the nlrshttt window
Tin MnvUtrnte directed Mrs. Munae
mi o re'esse the blid " she w'shed in
-i ervn peace ln r onen'eil
I omen'. Wt lulilril
IIiirtMir
, i.iiii)'.ii;i'(iitT. i 'an,
II... I.
in
J ir.e in A
t:ire htv
w'rnmn's nude bod ivltli
,.i,f attached at tnt' u
i.e hbrbor toai , . T!.
r i : i ii r; r Nu wo'n i
'' I ll,loil.t? -
, iC bee u irii,". . I
foil.'nl
nullce theorv
Ik. been -t-.
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Ri
ACING
.ESULTS. Pnee 2
f-iN l K 1 1'. d , 1'age
GERMANS
NEW YORK CITY BOY
OBEYS GERMAN PARENTS,
"GETS A FEW OF THEM"
Iheodoie J. Waldman,
Wounded at Bourtsche-s,
Marine
li in
Paris Hospital.
I'AKtH. Uunday. June 9.- "We cer
tfllnly sot , few of them before they
sot ui." said the American marines
and infHuiryniCii wounded In the
Honresches.Vtuillly ncht. anJ who
now nro In I'arls hosp'.t.ilii. vvhere tho
ntir.ies m.-itvrl at the (-ood spirit of
tho men.
"Mother ami father told me lo tret
lliom and I did," said Theodore .1
Wiildman of Now Vork (My. a mem
her of thu .Marine Co'.-ii and nhose
parents were horn l" iicrmnny.
A lirdo hospital vsrf 'i attendlne;
tlio Ainc.icun wounded The ca
pacity of some of iio hosp.tals tin h
been
increased mnny "me 'ii order
to bundle
he
Aine r.rjni
.PARIS-LONDON FLYERS,
WITH CARGO, SET RECORD
'I
Freivn
in
viator C.i:r
Two I iotir- i"
Qinrier:-
l'i:ree.
I'AKr. 1 ii 1(j l'h I'ri ' ii svlitoti
'lllndj i,d I.oret i' "ee ,'i ici-
!p!s:.e arrsuu 60 pr li o' .-arRO
Jf.o.l '1111 to lyOlldoi . ''Vu hou.s Slid j
ti)f-t,v iuiiute. ni 4" nnjiu ml I
I tO d.1 Til . iMlllrn 1.1 - ... Mn , r,.Lw! I
'. '. in'nuir, j, T.1 ar record i
A. i A ru ar e , mail lervlce
'betntff'i tl:u Ion ..3r ... i. iii,,t,ri
oou.
One Town Changes Hands Several
Times and Remains With French
Nine Hundred German Prisoners
and 30 Machine Guns Taken in
Two Days.
PARIS, Juno 10. Although the German Inst night renewed
with great violence their attack on the new twenty-one-mile
battle salient between Montdidier mid Noyon, they made even
leas progress than yesterday, when their greatest gain was only
three miles on less than onn-iruartcr of this front.
In their attacks last night the CeriiMiu again made a slight
Bm ,n ",e cetre- The fighting there was very bitter, German
reinforccmens having rem-hed that point. The enemy reached
at it. I a ... ....
U1C suuinern cage or luvilly Wood, which is eight miles southeast
f Montdi.. . R M ...... ol
! mntdtdl" Ron...ur.M.u nd Bellmgliso Plateau, for
m,,c "O"1" of Lassigny, one of the point from which the new"
drive tarted. These Bnins are far less than those made in the
, , ...
oinmg days of any previous drive.
u" "'i rreiwh leu mere was
Conrcellevl-pjyellcs, live miles smilheast of Montdidier and two miles
from Cuvilly wood changed hands several limes, finally remaining In the
hands of the French. On their right wing the French held their lines
around Mile, three miles soulhwcM of Noyon, ami took 500 prisoner.
At ll.iuleui.iye, between Noyon and Solsson. the French completed
an upaalloii begun oslerday and look I5t) prisoner.,.
AMERICAN AND I'RENCII TROOPS WIN.
On the Manic front American and French forces gained ground near
Hussi.irv seven miles northwest ot Chateau Thierry, Increasing the num
ber ot prisoners to J5o and taking thirty machine gms.
Uetween the Ourcq and the Marne, fuither lo the nonh, German
attacks east ol Vinly were repulsed..
In the region north of Rhelim there was intense artillery fire.
Altogether the prisoners taken In the last two days total 0. (;;,
The Geimaii5 had to bring up their troops at the last moment in
order to avoid giving alarm to the Allies. As the columns anived they
were compelled to deploy from the column ol march into the line of
attack. This operation, which takes some hours, exposes the men to an
unplesant artillery fire unless the element of surprise is preserved.
'I he German attacking troops coming out to envelop the heights of
Bouges and l.iquebourg, dominating the Maiz Valley, offered a splendid
target to the French gunners. The enemy had to ilirow in division after
division before lie was able lo drive
ami Mareuil along the Koye Ko.ul, which was swept by French fire.
The feeling which fairly represents the general scnliment is expressed
by l.'Ceuvpe in the Caption: "This time we have not bren 'surprised,'
but perhaps tlie Mnches will be."
"It was a perfectly satisfactory day," said Premier Clemcnccau.
ONLY SLIGHT GERMAN GAINS
IN RENEWAL OF LATEST DRIVE
Both Wings Still Held by French Foch
Gains Near Rheims and On i
Marne Front.
FRENCH REPORTS
PAKIS, June lo. Foil ruing j the text ot o-hy'i 'y Oflice reJ.
on :
'The German drive was continued esterdav evtiwig and last nlghhe.
great ferocity. ' .
with great ferocity.
"On the French let": whig violent attacks were renewed on several
occasion:, but
they were broken by
BACK
also terntic fighllnt;. The town of
his way forward to Kessons-sur-MaU,
the French fire and by couattr-
r.'si
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