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JISIS AVERTED
?y COWPROMISE
"JL George to Re*
cCfje from Position.
-a, OF STRENOTH
' , \\ ORS ASQUITH
H aajflgjsterialists and OpposL
,-A/gal A.ait and See"
polic) \bandoaed.
a. IRTH1 R ^ DRAPER
i n'a
\
n says
...
'
I
army.
?
-
-
at to day's
.'
. Va*
repre
?
?
? ?
. -, -- OBfl H '?
' i .
ire Thi ?
i waa 1
a
mmediately,
for married
.tion,
- .. ? threati
: '
?
v.hur
repi
cked hor
in ra th* Cal Bg, ? com
i ei
.
?
? Aa
? ed -. ???? d ; e
arrived at ba*
- a ? r? ?? - '- ' 1 I.abor
I
- va '
. .
w - r '?: tra a re
-' but to ro
retard
?? ii
Miniater. 1 eave Ixindon.
: oliey.
Tuea
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r. ...
i laoal -
adver
-
a
? a i,resent at
''. 1* ?J '
flaUTflAI AOENT SEEKS LOAN
ra Flouriahing, He
Doclarea.
ager. *
- i ,n the
tfl r.e
?
?
|
litions in
I many
? ?.%e ?:
oae ol ai
1
r or
?ai S?a?if]e Promenade
of New Yorkers
'*-*"??
i ? ,
:??
* f , i
. . ' ! ?
Fir??8t Boardwalk Afon**
Atlantir Coist
>* - . i-?.i
. ? .
^le Hotel Arromrrodations
' .; ? r , , . , ;. , ; r ? ,
.","'''' " ' *" I '
I
TWO VESSELS SUNK;
CREW LEFT TO DRIFT
Leadea, tpril St.?Thc Britiah
.tramrr ( airngow an. of 4,017 tons
and aaaraaed, haa hcrn ?nnk. meeotS
ing to Llojrd'a. Her i ron aaa ?aved.
I he liritish bark Ka.cnliill. of
t.SL4.*, tons. 4. n-5 Mink Turad;i\. The
< rew ?a. sa4ed anrl landrd to-da> .
The < rew wa. storm-tossrd for
lhirl> hour. in an i,|ii-n hoal on a
rough aea. I hej *ufTered grratlv
until the> nrrr pnknl up h> the
Hutrh steamer Oeeaa.
ihe 11.4 n i - * i ateaaaei Eaglaad,
from Roulogne fnr I openhagcn. ha.
been laptur.d in thr I attog.it bj
ihe Ueraaaaa and takora lata >?ine
murndr. MJTB a diapali h from
Copeahagca.
WILSON REGRETS
NEED OF THREAT
i.onipcls Abandonment of
Long Cherished Plans.
Savs Confidant.
?
jrton, A] rnding
oraa i
.
?,, Ti r ? ??? v. g the
?
onlv
? ,i4 all
. um
ribune lcarnrd to-day from
Thr dis
. ,i reading "f the
in Congn -Haxed
turrounded
? ? 4f>rrat:oi:;.' foi weeke,
I f tha innrr workings
'a niind waa told.
;iiforman4 "* one of
i may bo .aid to he
of the Preaident \lr- hai
been ? ' i.l ?ince thr
??? i ? ? n threat to use lubmarinea
eived, and Has known
tha loufcT
Ho pa' rekenta the
?ui died
n with an eye on politici in
people only ? P the; eoald
? ? |, how far
thr Prei r ' - from doing puch a
Not S?a>ed by Politica.
, tell me no',.-iciai bo ra the
:?? lent haa atrengl n< hii laelf hy
I | ar- ona. I believe he would rcaent
that by a friend. now
. ....,:, ,,? d he eould not he in
?" ..? ? ;.<\ hnvo hei
. . ??? Ioni I happen to
?? it n the 4'"r^.. Cabinet mep4.
. ?. ? is t no to
? ,. . i only onre, in
the I ' m taken. m ? l
?T- ed wa? liru?hed
,t notiee by tha Preaident.
had u?ed every re?ou<ce tha4 he
had, had endured very I tter and gall
. ven laid bimaelf open
hia efforta to do
Now it is plain that he had to
?
"H it I ',:? ow tho Pre.ident wa. not
,- popularity whan be aeted. I
whether he took the popular side.
"I know hia erymes rharg.4 that ti e
ent might isve held public ov-'
?ago of the
.- ition rau4.ed hy the Luaitania
have created by this tine
lupport whieh would make
. ? action alrnost un.vf
ind gtve him a prac
fa ii diapute. I doubt
? however.
? e Preaident, by '? i f are.
I to br
iir, ha nna gatl ared tha Mippor4
- larger body ot* aentiment than
.. Luaitania
gnat " wai hot
WAKTS TETJTOH SHIPS MOVED
Booatoa Mayai Faara Traable 11 < raft
Prmain at Whanrs.
? , -
, ... ...' ? f tho Port I
? day to order I moval
.... Rterfront
... Auatrian ati
which ara tied up her*, bb a rai
aaid, Mo! aafeguai
n the e*i eat of a breai n tha i
.ea ? ad
Germany."
RUSSIAN ARMY
TO AID IN WEST
l nntiniird from page I
arrniea already are flghting bo valer
ou.lv aga nal '.ermat.y. Auatiia ar.d
..... ta giva France further
?? her friendahip; more
ipi f of her dovotioa ''I tha
i use.
"Ruaaian aoldien rhoaan from tbe
it .-, her armies and commanded
ra, have
come to ' ghl m onr ranks.
,,,.;, rt.r. IkO brother.
4,11 .how thara that warra ajrav
... ? ? ? itjawnj
eir co intry to eoraa and light
a- '.Ti!
? In The name oi the 1 rai
inder-offlcera and
o ..-. debarked
France. 1 befoi the Ru a
thara io?n will be
the | 4 ?>????? of our
?
Marseilles Grects C/ar's
Troops with Big Ovation
Maraeillea, Api '' ? tranapcrta
an troops drew up to
. .. ?? ?:!., o'clock. Prench
Maaaara and
ed tha land
., . came.
h fleet m
"r\TVjl
. - .4 ai.d tha ba a flr.-t
the RuBBian natioi al anthara aa
, Raaaian aflcei
? ?? '??" *****
,?d on tha bridaei of th. trai
r H laaian baada played La ?ar
ieillaiao ?....
. ? , debarkal i ? brgni eheari
ilaaa ea the
, , laanded tna
He rai roeoi?ed with
1, _
?Tl- \
" RUMl?la.!_!
...
bb and
. aalvM ot
? ? ? . " ""' in ,r'
, wnere
? ?r"vl'!; hX
appra ? ? ,
?
' ' ?? " :"" i i
marched ta ? aaaaf ?hic-u
FRENCH ATTACKS
WIN AT 2 POINTS
Trenches Captured in Of
fcnsivcon Both Sides
of Meusc.
BRITISH LOSE
GROUND AT 4ST. ELOI
lleav* Fighting Reported Around
Yprcs dermans Make 109
Lnglish Prisonerv
*? i ? I 20. -Ti e ! ,
delivored iiiccei
? ? of *he Meuee, ga ning trenche.i
Bl le Mort llnmmr held hy tne (,<-r.
t pr il 10. ai 1 i t h i l
'
Cailletti ? ? ?
Uerman ? ,r c i ? prepi
artiller) fire of the i bi ??'
into ,?
ln a salirnt corr.er thr- :.;?.,,.
rrenehe?. Otherwiifl I wk
? , 4 'h heav*. s?i.?:., ? -
lo the I renel, A few pr
were taken."
rhe Frei i -T eial, deaci hing 1
?
, , . ? ? , , | .|r
.
..-??' \ >-. . i ? ? -. rnad
poiiible for m lo
.rr!ioi i of thi Gen
ai & forti ? . bt. ln the
? ... of thia aetion. '??? I
? , lor-fces, to the ' ?
priaoner ten offieera, lixteen under
. ""-rern and "14 men. Ifl flddi.?
thia we eaptur.il aeveral raai hin? ,. n
and a certain qi.antit, of ??r ma
tena!."
MWeat of the Meuee," the report
tinue*. "greal artillery ati ritj !??
vailed ? '-tor" of II
Avocourt An tttack lannched by ua in
the region of L? Mort Unmn-e ?
ui to drive the rnemj onl of aon ?
tion* of a trench oecupied l>
Apr:! 10."
\ Britiah official itatemi i I
: g] ? reporta ouite ea | l i
. ^jire?. "Arter a heavy bombard
ment." the itatemenl runa, "the ?
laal night attaeked our line al
n< four points St, Eloi, the
?? and on 'he Vprei I ai |
road. His infantry penetrated 001
bul has been i bi ted ? ? ? rywhere i
a* St Eloi, * hi r, be capture I I
cratera, and on the Yprei Langemarck
road, where he rctaina one tren -h "
ihe German ofrina! fltatemi nl de
ai-nbea this engagemcnl as foi .,?? i:
"In the Ypre? aalient German patrrls
( ied h' several poin'..- in
g the 1 ngliah trenehee. Ii
? u te, on the high road betwi ? I
Langemarck bi d YpreB, thi
. . i metrea of the enemy'l |
tiona. and firmly na Bta
apair.si several hand grenade att
Al thia point and near '-: i '
lOOth of Yprea the nur ?
ta^en amounted n'.'r.jret-her to one ofl.- ;
i/cr and 108 men. V e aiso captured two
mochire guna."
-4-_
TURKS REPORT BRITISH
HARD PRESSED AT KUT
Civil Population Said to Have
Been Ordered Out of the Town.
Btantinople, April 20. The War
Office announces that the position of
thi Britiah army bcfief-ed a* Kut-el
Aniara ia becoming very critica!. The
?*u*emer,t adds:
"The hoatiie commander. in order to
,1 fRcnltiea in connection w th
,v-e food supply. recently ordered the
pr.pula* ion to evacuate the towa, aad
been expectiag aeroplaries to^ drop
amall bafj.a of fl"iir in the town."
I ndon, April S0. The following
ftatement OB tha fighting
; otamia waa iaaui '
tr.-.1 evening:
"Furthci detaili of thi ghting
ti.e righl bank of the Tigria R
April 10-17. previoui to the 1
countor atta ka, 10 i thal the enemy
!.:? betwoen 200 and 800 dead the
inptured trenches ar.d thal two
. re maehino k ibb, b ith pria
aggreg iting 180 .: eigl I
ofj cera, were alao taki n. Oui loaai
were eomparatively amall.
had previou'iy beer. prepared for th-'
rei-epi.o-i and ?hir:i pon'a'- l I
convenienca for amp life.
Believe Troops Embarked
at Archangel for France
Apart from the high war eov
',,' the llliee, 1 0 flane knoa - aril
? eertainty what route the 1
troopi travelled ln their iourney fr ,m
gomewhere in Ruaaia to the battle line
.: France. Il ia probable thal
aailed from Arrhanpe! on tha ^
S.'U.
It ia paaaible, however, thal
ad Bomewhere in Turkeatan, they
were routed through Aighaai
permiaaion of the Amir, down through
. nnd then Weat throui<h Sui
? Meditorranean,
One fact. however, pointa po?;
?r 4. ar d Archangel aa t
nr" the Rai lian ? ? pedit
force. The port has heen
mercbanl vo??eli not beurmir ?
for thi R - bb govern rnent
Noi.e bui warahlpa 1 nd rr. init ?
have been allowc I I
leave,
c. J, Ifedsikhovflhy, 1 omi 11
attaehd of the RuflBaBB lr;.- ?
baaay, announced the cloaing of Arch
, for an indefinite perio,) ,, tel
day. !*?e reaaon fnr this raove wa
.. . ? out, bul ll li balievi ,1 gi 1 ?
bj Ruaaiana here that aorae large
., ry movem IBt il devel
there.
If tbe Ru?sian army. aent te
fVefltera fi ?nt, eraharked a- ?
probabli thal thi tn port
kirt?>d laat ol Morway, aad then
rod directly Weat, in the gi
d ?,., ? ion of leeland. then
?he South nnd paaaod far -o tha 44. t
.. Hr.' -'?? Isles out of rai |
gubmarine attaek. From there
. bly held te a eouraa far a l
ica and" turning aharply east p
igh the Straita of Gibi
... . ? hy ar: Ei |
... v.hich e-corted them to thi
j Maneiile*.
ho Ruaaiai
.,.T 1 !.r? latan, 11
,-. : road w? 1 aad
l , ? .?" h military railroad
th* border of k ?
England ha* raieed aa a
, ? .en hrr Indian pom 1
?? i R iBsifl ln Aaii thi fleultiea of a
paaaage iato India would be man* II
would maan ihn' the troopi woald ha-.e
lo march through the hear*. of ? 44,:,!.
? . ? |ing intry, evei raugh roadi
m through Kabul
rough tho II ? '? Pai I '??'?
? irliah fort at th<- -ourr. | : |
?
? x . our ne; aeraai thi
, ? ., ? ? ? ? tha IriiiiMi Kmpii
would i'i.'. bi ifter thal
n |ong ei Irip throogh the Suei Canal
and the Mcli'trrenean.
RUSSIANS SWEEP
TOWARD BAIBURT
(,/ar's Armies Wes. of
Erzerum Continue Swift
Advance YVestward.
BASE AT TREBIZOND
SIMPLIFIES TASK
lurkisli Resistancc in Ippcr
rchoruk Valley Broken
Wapid Campaign Exptcted.
?? ?
ra*'
n ? ' i' '
.
I,
'
? ? ?
ere was not
. ?
?
th<
... tnatol
ifin operat ? g
?
Iroo the Upper
Ri
broken and eir oni ?
... n forci Iheii
I ?
ires. but it
?
? no i ;l '"'
...???,
ent. 1
?1 ai Tui ki i defeat
v,,
irntiiei
M th
B ? ?
expecti
? ?;
GERMANY AGREES
TOSENDU.S.DYES
Berlin Will Permit Ship
menl of 15,000 Tons to
Relieve Trade Nere.
Waal ?? Ipi e Germaa
governmer.t haa agreed to per t l
of 15.000
r, haa
teriou ' textile t ???
ufact; n ? ? . . -T. ?
tained a n<
day hy I onnt ron Bera torff, thi Go
nmn An ' ?
, | tati :
men4 n ? will make repro
tha
tha dyeatuffi
eounti \ ? . ?
.
"Ir .
" tted to
ent the queal i of tho <
froia
?
Amerii ' ia laid befon
tativi
.... ? ?
?he countr ? Germany
have inatitut
rheri
ind condil
r thi
ger be ii
?
, ? ? ? ? .
. t'r..Tii
.
German | to ad
rt of
Uerma perraitted only
,
??'I he German . . how?
ever,
of tl
em
. t t o 1
??? - ? .-r .
? character i
ent de
? ?
ed to I
,,?' 15,000 tona
li ha been
? ?
?
:" course. be
made undi r .. gua eh arlll .at
lafactoi irrival of
? .,....' ......
? the a
t their re-export 1 intrio
? ? ?
?
tion.
the Gi
rom
.... for the
?
gravini the fi ral
n mer
.
FIGHT REFEREE ARRESTED
Braehlya ( inh Saapeaded foi Magmg
i blMrora la ? aateat
Brool
arreati iking tho
BI a rr?uM
of thi perraitted
tthletic f
?
i
I
? :
| 4 ' I
ajfeuien1 ?- eoxera ai clahc l
13 NEUTPAL VESSELS
TAKEN INTO KIRRWALL
Avoid.Bg L'-Boats. Ships Are
Held L'p by England.
Londi I ? II lela i eaeoi
?' I'oiiow.ng .4.?arre~- IBVI been
Kirkwa
ew York
?o i .,; ei bagen; the Dute aor Ry*
:a:- ' ' ???
iteamen R terd Rotterdam
Yorl irdyk Rotto rdan to
I -?? V n itl t'iim to
? . Morweg an .tearr."4-.
ran, a
thi Si
Baltimore to Sl .
nd, Tampn
rg 1
| Bon Chriatiania t
p Cal if
B, ' ? : ' ager: to Boaton.
. ... ? ? ?<> naug iral in al tha
route for Outch .hipping,
4|i der.drd upon tpcc
? ? it theae iteamen arr ?. .><,
?
? r . . either coi
itch warah
??. . ong thr l
it, or were a :^'
BRITLSH FIND PLOT
TO STIR UP INDIA
..\11p^cd CoBspiracy Hatched in
Shanijliai and Amorca.
4 l\ \. tha ?
F Genaai ? "i u
. ub <-.?? a'' oard the <
' ' c tatea, tho
e department " *he Britial
.
The tmerica
??'??? ? Pacii ??
v li b?* oi i ihia ia kn< ?
I from San Franeiaeo
,-, i ' ? ?? m rre ? and Indian
? , ?
. headquartera <' tha plot ? I A
? , . ,- angha ind when the
? and thei it ion i
. red, aeeord ng i the au
ere, the plott
.? iteamil ? China
CIRCUS ALMOST FORGOT
ORPHANS, BUT DIDNT
lo.oon Wards Witl Sor show
Next Fnesday Morning.
,: r<p rr.- r .t\ nrr.r not hrirc BI
orphana* day a* I thii var.
.?ar. a da) hai be. ? 4. ?
? tainmi of the in.nooi
of :boola and >n ea ? Mai l a<
?to rday, when
to looking 01 ef
r book a the) found tho
? ir r- ery porformance
. . h ??? frc,iii Sh?
"1 here a aa nothing to d'
? performrr'.
gt\ -...-? Bgraed *n sr'.'r
... ,. f.
. H- in o'clor^ on that day, rain
the circui rc for tl 1
of tha orphani Thr doon
will be open BI "r.<? ? ir rarii'r for thr
. .. ? ? . ' tl ?"? menago rie, and ? Ihe
freaka have ii^rri"-.! to be on hai I
.? t .|,P your.gster. Every thing
aril] b" iusl B? it n a4 a regular ner
formance, from tho gl ttorlng parada
bariot racei.
aiiViMaartwiwii
1916
t< the last word m modern
cal building ^mphatically
?*xpres?ed in thr
POWER MOMENT
of the
/!________}
etroit
1 Pr.ce $1 195
the ' ai thtl tit* e\rr\ requira
rr.rnt
1 he pulie of Springtime.
ihe pulie of red h!ood. ar.d
the pul?e ot Ihe A D Sn
- -^nd in a complelr trinity or
\igor to the irresi.tibie pu!l of
Nature hiidding in4o new hfe.
'! he Abbo?t-Df!ro,t "nx give*
the tr.otori?4 thal ?rn?r of com
fort, aafet}. and un'imifed pow?
er. controlled by 'he touch.
?ti'di rr.alfs rr.otonng the ev
hiiarating enjoyrr.ent oi toda>.
I rf n4 .11014 you fVnj it ii
? \ 1) 1916" ?':'.' '?-?
Raitern D itributora:
LONGENECKER & SANDERS. Ine,
9 Ceatral Park Weat
ALLIES JUSTIFY
BLOCKADE POLICY
Joint Anglo-French Note
Ready To Be Dispakhed
to Washington.
DEFENCE BASED
ON U. S. DECISIONS
rViKht of Searcli at Sea Widiried
to Mcet Possible Objections
b\ Neutraiv
'A <,. ? | ? \ ? - reat I
and Pranc
? to the A againat
erfen ?. .? -..
ipute 1
'
gai i nl
pplical the A
'Gei
iccording
4 l
' ' - ' .
and exl ?? g thi
ipon the preci
? ?
in the I
doe ? ol con tend thal I I righl
g . |i without ' ? iti
Germany or Auit
ous neutral couBtriea i
and Denmark.
Th? coneei - ghl
blOCkfl
. '
to regulate 1
, r ,.,.'- .
?o he t
?oejui ntly il at it ii
perfeetly a.
iionn! law .-..,
neutral eoBBtry, <uch a* Hollaml, of
s'oor's thal raight ... ,,fr
r-iariy and A"<-"a tO the amour.t
the neutral
ry.
\ indic.ite* 15:",ht of Search.
More, ? er, i argu
the ezei - f I gh1 l rogu
latior. ta ii e right
? . -.
rry. !? ? tha Allii
? .
.?:?.-? ? trafllc have
made thia - Heaee il
,iec.,rr.e r.eceaiary '..> take t
raai ' port
,r(-o may be eaaa i
. ? ?> ? . ? .,? ffered
the appai
.
? ary de!ay 44?.
? eom
? - -. re II - pointed oui
.. .
-
be American ihippera whether
irgoei were likely to b? lubjeei te
? ion.
SAYS U. S. CANNOT
BACK ULTIMATUM
i.eriin kr.ous 1 his. Renttrdahl
Dtclares, Assailing Daalels.
I th
ted Statei IVa
nt ? ??? -o German; tl ?
..4 Gormaay 1
it," .a ? " ardahl. < 'im',
?oat< ? '?-.-''
Spec tl Kii 5?
... ? | ? ??? i .?' n
ihould meet it.' e i
ahead
\ . ? . the
? \
is put | rat, aad, as
? ? ,
loaa battla
.... Preeidi
. ? ..? loi , ?' ? ...?'
? - ? the BB >' pre?en' i,
tfft ? ghting fleet."
\1 r Reut,- thal ilermativ
Ofl of-the rountry and
,? . .> ro ild .-? ? "r kaoa edge
% to Preaidenl Wiloea'a altl
At the German Kmbmiv. *?
??4 the
?' Germany that I i eaui
ia taki - iee tae war commeBcad
een known in detail wil n twi
-
"When there wa* talk of war ?
na y that wa* n |
f ma and ? "'. a floating aniver
It i ? la trip around tha
| nd i talk of war ended
? ?. ? ? . ' a .,,'?',i hnew I
ra 4? ere prepar.-d but there ? -
I
"In Preaident R vinnmstra
? ? ? tary of the
I the hach
In a fighting -? a a er.
i caa*l
? , Secretary
1 inkarda who
., battle o"
?
"i ? . rved the ceaBtrv
lerved politie*
i i ngla
l \4 ?r
t'are ' ?ur hand*
i othera o'
I ia alec
?
Mr. . i memhera
? r the
44 : ? .1
tl - pre*
ent time we r one rtaMe
?'
Biookdalt Farm Soia
irtm< ef I R
.Vno.i. W H Doloon CompoBy h*- ?
- , fl Farm gr ){ove
?4,ill, ! the Priaeetea aoetiaa, t*
of H, V
? ...?.? hy Dr
Montelaii aad haa
Lane Brvant
MATERNITY
,|.> m.l lo.iU
II,..
?
. ,.|n r?l , ..li.llll. II
Modish Spring .Models
C'orieta and I'nderwear
i
-EASTER SUITS?
.; tincsl
black c>r
. ?: ind WUrt
Special 24.95
-BABY NEKDS
? M
I ,,el|e*.
25VVe$t3SthSt. 1" '".*",
IWSei^antoftheLamp
ALADDIN'S lamp had a
wonderful Servant- a genie
who could scrve a banquel in ;i
twinkling and build a palace
overnight
llut that waslon^aeroin Baghdad,
in thr days nt" Scheherzade and
Ihe Sultan I laroun-ai-Kasrhid.
Today there are new lamps, lesis
picturesque, perhaps, bul morr
usefiil. And the new lamp h.is
.1 new servant, whose name is
Socony.
Soconv (So-CO-ny) is the name of th'*
Stand ard Oil Company of Scot York's
host kerosene. Aladdin's lamp never
li'id b servant halt'so rtean and effieienl
nnd reliable as Socony Kerosene Oil.
Soconv is rasily summr.rifvl? just say
"Socony" to t he prrocer's boy when you
jive him your oil can fo get filled.
Socony Kerosene Oil is irev from dirt nr
gritofany kind. ft burns vrith aclear,
ful! flanif4 and dors not leave w;rk crnst.
In tact, it ^ so much better than ordin?
ary krrosrne that it is decidedly uorth
nskniLT for.
Ciroceries, hardware and (general stores
vrhich carry Socony Kerosene Oil, <\\'
play the Socony m-^ti in thrir irindows.
Look for the Soconv si/zn. It is the
sifTii ot a reliable den\er.
We recommend jthe following oil burn
inu' devices ns th?4 hfst of their kmd:
.Vrtr Prrfection Oil Cookstoves and
.Vater Heaters, Perfeetwn Smokeless
()il Heaters, Rayo Lampsand Lantrrns.
Standard Oil Company of ,\c\\ Vork
SF* YORK RIFrAI.O NaiijalOBlll AIMsy IOSTON

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