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Congress of AH Russia Votes
To Strengthen Army immediately Usurpations and Indemni? ties Opposed by Declara? tion of Principles Treaty Revision Is Demanded at Once Nation Asked to Prepare Now for an Offensive as Well ?s Defensive *?. . .. ? Deleg ' lemoc .-. to . ghting . g-.d tVeiei I ; that H mu?t jil de - to all nal "ns to - . ?ns. . '. : tl.e f the 91 . - . di mor.- i ect? of the - . manifeita- ? laeet . Sol? . diera' Del? | l j Th?- . ... irgency appeal to the democraciei of all. natioi theil governments j opl peace I based on no I tr.r.(\ I - . -? . . ?J nnj to con- j ita IB eery way possible to the | ceavocation o'" r.n International eon? greaa of Soc al ata, ??>.* ? to the j restoral *-. of the international nd the ? *-a*ion , c? de-' tiona of peace ai mea?ur? - to permit ?.:' thei g pul ? Sa> Worker1* Ira Hampered The .-" f the democrar ? all thi -?? i drown by to the la??. . . - . . testi iBjoii ? recent ?tate.-? government! re? ff t . rpotory sorted, place the . . ? . .' : ? ? ad hamper ai ? of an kei w it li ?. ? iew t.. a solution of I the ( the i irKi leputationa to . I neul intri? -..-?. thoa? ..... peris . rnmenta have placed in - ich dell gwi The resolutions fay that the con considers ? . !'?. .. .. rernment forthwith i - - . th A goren te eategorieOl de of any a policy to practice ?he foreign . democracy. They for 1 . ' of Foreig leelarei that ?wai t b< ? ." rta of ry -Je? rsey must in < ? put th.- ... -. e war foot ... . .-. . . feat of r?volu t . demo? r Th?? co.- ;- ansid? . lestion < ITei ?ttled ? ? the point ? ??dence ii g1 ? . . . ? Iron* . . . ?-. . - . ... ? . ater ? Root Encouraged hy Situation ir> Rttggia, Sees Hope for Nation the Kot * M . loa Er Roote fr- -*i Moscow to Petrograd, -I II . . '. . ? left SI tow far 1''"' KTOd to-nif*ht with . . rt seam ef ei .-..-. i - Kttei . . r | . .-. ? ? eade i ? - al hr d pol * - Mr. 1 ? H <i< .?'? an Suits That Almost Tinkle With Coolness LIKE ice in a pitcher of lemonade - or cool as the frost on a rr.ir.t julep glass. # * They are the new Weber and Heilbroner Palm Beach suits-a distinct advance in tail? oring over any former productions. * * You know their story -cleanly-washable. Norfolk coat ar.d .:- u ?stn vv.th superbly ",v.!<-,reri p'ai's in the Norfolk, lia. Sack coat and trous? er-,, $10 Golf knickerbockers, WajaJmble L.n-*n Golf Co?* Bad Treajajrra, r. White ?and Grayish IIuaBenpiiB, 113 M K,* . a-<*:iVxk?**r*i to ma'ch. $6 00 \teber Se lieilbrorier CIcAhiett. IJaberdashera and Hatten FAevert Storea iff I,, j |, WaBr-mafceM 77S B.r^)w.y II?[?mema) 44". ,.,. Btmdmut I3tf ftiasJ ??! ? *<g* J,?/~ r li.il..? ml IO Kr.~J. 341 BrmmJum, HAS Brmmdtmmm. A4,h "nat* Brum iway. 42d mmd fifrh Au. to match, $5 50. You can have a com? plete Palm Beach wa: d robe-several suits to alternate-for a song. Bakhmeteff Pledges Russia's Aid in War for Democracy lum -1 In another ? tirring addreai to-da** n* ?he < apito! : isador Kakhmeteff. of RUBI mati . --ion, ru?, a ? solemn I the Ru??inn propio and . c? 'i thal .? separate peace would mean 'he *r umph of German autocracy," are prepared to fir!** on V . . . ; the world has hern ma?lc ambassad ?. . ; . .? hil recepl on waa a . ti ' ia thal accorded h m . i' is? r bopan 1 Senatorial i been caal IO completely aside. A' the end of the addro?? a resolution wa? rial mou? consent ti r ?ratification over the ? - . democi a?-;. "Rust u reject with indignation any idea of separate peace," s.v.d the envoy, g1 ting peoee, baaed on democratic principles r ???ahlished by ..... army are \ g theil foi e? - around - of freedom. Rui i . ?he world I safe for democrac 1 ?. to have democracv rule the v.' Envoy Plead? for Patience ?f the 1 mor.? of (ntl rn .. ?n n'issT. Mr. Ha'KhmetofT said, Crew CM', of mi?unfic-rctand;n|-* r.f 'he ?..ria* charges taking place :n the whole tah!.- of the government to transform '?' to democratic standards. He pleaded for patience and confidence 'ha? I c'-nr ;-e-, although the) might tak<" time, would he worked ou' successfully in nd. "I am not going to conceive the he situation that eonfn* : ti the Russian Provisional Government the ami.as-?.?or said "The revolution called ' the reeonatroetion of the . na of our national life, The creation anew of a country of Ilesa expanse on distinctly new principlei wi I, of eourse, toke time .?ice should not be shown in : of ?H grand an event a? Russia's entry into the rani free na' "We should ; B1 forget that in tin? irioui Inter to assert themselve . i I : until the work o' settlement Is com? pleted a struggle arnon;,* opposing cur nevitable and exaggerationa led. Attempts on the ( patt of disorganizing elements to toke advantage of ti .? moment of tranaition acted and met v. ith calm* -rice. "Two consideration! make mc fee! ; that Rusi a i aa passed the r-'nge of the world whet) the future appeared ?.agu?' and Oneertaln. In the ftrst place in the ?.ion of the necessity of , legality which ia widely developii g ai . hing il f throu] cour.tr i rinei] .. . ? ..... j.,-,.-. their . -? i er from the co t of the s . hence a strong g ? ? ist b? ?reatad b\ the will of th^ | , "M ? ful eon firmat the est . i-hnient of n I rm power, strong ratie pri cc-yit tt . . . reposed in * ii abi] itj *'? ? nfoi. , ordei "In the a? port;,'.' the issu? nd the freedom ai ... ... th.- countrj l* ? ??-.-. which alone can and i. enta of the ri .>n. \nti-\.itinn.il Vie**? Expressed "Th?re hii^ he? n a period ? ely fo! lowing ? n of a t tot luapei OB of m - . j. a J,..?-"?; . : irhat appeared to be ? ? rmy, a period st hirh gave rise t ind to . At ap? f the ? . ? . . . -?.?.rid that Russia andon * he ?ai- ?.! ?i eoncl .?i> ?? lepai it? ? . with* ? . ? "With nil ? ". ? 'deepest conviction, maj I " ...rat? t*.? t that ich rumors wholl; . lion ii .'?.';. ??lea , . ? i . . '.-. f count g1 . ? hment of a : rm ..;. . ? d?mo? cratie natioi i . vinrnl that i rate i mean German i,??.>. a-..ml?! rend? ger for democracy and I berty, ... ?I ever he a threat? to the ni a -born freedo n "f Rui - .. ..TI,? ? re due !" n prehenstion of th ?gniricanee and e\entfnl proci - ? - '?' r? . ? tatton which the .ii.";, wai I result of the emaneipati ? ?"? ;i . : j Like the nation, the ;.: ?pnr.K of the people, had t.? i??- built "*i rk takes I an?l frictioi ? tion m ?. ? e ? . "ConBcious of th? nous 1 ment taking meaaun to n tore j romptly through? out the counti condit ? of the tey 'or whatcv? ?:;. foi n success. "l'en?- fut in ;' ? intent i . 'r.vinc *"or a laating pi ic b laed on eratic ' - : lied b> ratie * .... around th< : of tt\ their rnnk> in ehei rful t to he "K?; rid 1 for democracy , ? i ak? I tafe means e ti ? -. aw the Russian situ greater optiraiam. .'...-. polit ral atmosphere of M?-?co?..-, the marked cordiality of their and thi n ad) r? sponse of rep rea? of all c?aseos 1 i * have established . act that between the char:.c1 ? and that ?if th.? Root mission then- ; regards the . the war. rkingmen, soldiera ?i . element - Mo .cow, with th" .' , ? ? . ? . : : ? iitg a sti .. ion t.? givo til! rt t the Pr - lonal dovornment . . thf time bo:ng tlieir ' rei th? Btereal I road democratic prineip! >| . -.. ? pi fact wai : - - tisfaction by l lerived much more cnco.r . ? . i bservationa "f eon - ow than I expected," ins clear that '.'ne m?n we met there and the elassea represent are patriotically ?:. I to the tosh of bringing the country . . .. her present din eulty, I may I say that I ti nk, after visiting M chance of th.-:r ' suece? "Ii- eve i ti cloud whi?*h ret'ed j over the peasant population and sum?1 the lees informed eloeaea already gna of lifting. They arc at ng a i ..nception of the mear. _. of ty a ' ' . ? Russie. Will Half. Finnish Troops Now Out of German .Army Petr? ' .- ! ,; ' kia ilunl ? .. . . . .. .. ... F nland dort .. The b ii der guan! has trict orders havi newspaper i Germany ot 000 . era, in view of the of hu material, a - ev di nee ispici? iracter of 1 g . . . . . I . . s h So? Dei . part hat*, protested mittance of thi -. 1 i it land. Charles E. Russell Cheered in Petrograd By Workers' Council Pi . rogi id, June Charlea Edward Ruaaell, Social. a member of the American n lined the aima of the United and * ? ? .t the ? . . nto the ??? sr 1" fore :i full cour.eil of Workmei in i Soldiers' 1 ?. leg ? thii ?on. Mr. Russell waa warned in advance j thi.' ' part of the ei I tremiste among bia auditora, but tor t; . mo . part hia hearers were sympa? thetic and often interrupt It er wit ? " the meeting Mr Rusaell wa? tnly foreigner who hi ed the ? . ., ? How To Be Successful in Wai Times Every surface car line in New York reachei a population equal to a large tov n. If you have a lot al bu ;ino-s. Iel us show you how you can reach tht se pt opie al a \w\ small outlay. Many of the most . uccei I ii businesses In town were built up this way. Write for Bookit I "Thi lion ii 'n Success" NEW YORK CITY CAR ADVERTISING CO. n SEO . itif.1 225 Fifth Avenue, No? York City Tel. 4C80 mmdstom Square Athens Occupied By French Troops To Maintain Order Action Follows Demonstra? tion Under Leadership of a Pro-German Venizelos Is for War He Is Expected to Open a Campaign to Swing Country to the Allied Cause Lon . June 2*1 i? . . i yestei . '.' ai occupied by Fn ipateh? r? . ere t I hi? act takei Raster's cor nt at he Gi llowing n demon .ssarvisti ., - ? , one of t . rman gTOU] | I . I I on ? ? It a . -. . -, foreei I entered t .... ]ieeemher . .. i ? r.ch marines a ara troopa and were rawi got ara? : to the lemai : - of - i A . - for r?par?t .' irmei Pra? , who has b ned by King Ali r to f n * I laj It is pondent that pi onnel of the ' . ' effort II, ' .ved, titrated on i ? ng? ng Gre? he i de of y lies. "T- ? rim? . . . thal coi ??ried the Premier ?rill pro] -.. . the Deputies ? T ... at . to "ia! effi et. Vi intention, g th? nation againat its vi!!, it ia aaid. It - ei ertake a gn at earn? . . ? . . the people . it I up in the ? ? ? to throA into . rec iBOBtha, I \?..' ? ? -. and ? fantry ne. I . : ? i S e i h ? H n ?.. appreciable tuati Paris epulaa of a ince which ai d . ? . ter the F? nch Tenches in the C? ' Brit ful raid eaal ? , . > thi illied aviators . . enemy'i *n . Italian Ambitions May Keep Greece Out Of War as Our Ally ' . - 1; Waahington, June 2d Activa r*r t cipat "?? >?. Greece in th<? war ni an of the Entente dependa on the .?. overrule ret? and give G. guarani . being lerioualj ,! iput? . ? ras Bl erted . . tiona will he V ei ? os, who hal . ? . g Alei M. \ ... ? ? . 1? ?come verj rvative when I oh government ? . ? ?me Entente . be an unwel? part, ia . ... ? |,and the ent Gi eeee. rhc ?mm? ., ? ? re and Italj : - ti I pi rus, in? . i .-..i.,l civilized by ? i reeks, hut rithin Albania the ma] tan re the Loi ' fer? ce after . . Bal in war Ital i ti oop hnv?> gone furth? Gi ee, tal ? / i >? . ' ". lamina, .... " .. . ... , . . | .? tlie trial of Gi Germany Settles With Holland for 7 Torpedoed Ships Vessels Interned in Dutch East Indies to Replace Those Sunk London, luna I! according to n Ha?gue official communication, forward? ? | I?- the \i I rd corr? spond? nt of Reuter'a. Limited, -,?? | ha? bet the Dutch Hn?i German governments concerning the . en Dut mel ? :h wi ra ofl ? Engli h coaal last l ebru to replace the . ? sion of a norn G r in the Dutch lient value, but Gan in j . ;,l ?compensation ?,.?mar... ?rill i of thi lost ?hips di " pi ..,,..... be u?e?l f?,r tri in traffic during th" -.a.u. and n? I powers the flat e vessels to und rtak? ?Vn ali lar ffer waa pre? . . -,. ?, m al ? . . . ? offer t pa lined ia of ffer of ( . i, . . :, : tiona. ?These off? ted. . German Air Champion Downs 56th Machine rhe Gannan ataV r :,| itatem? . ? ?. announce? (Captain I : thol th nTuplane. Thi? s^mt? H? th '. i foi 'ne war . , fai Boell , Germa ii loal famous ' ?> tr up to the time of his death, tait j year, ?rai credited with having ac counted for forty machines. ? aptam uri?, ha? brought r? three '| laaes to dm?? The i,? n n their air vic i fferant f am that , . .. , i . ting every diaal ? > thi Prench ?ra credited oi k the 'plane? thay have actually destroy??*. ._ Ain ERTISEMENT Tile Character of Management in R?eal Estate is the vital point.. Almo?t any one can collect rents, but it takes an experienced organi? zation to cope with the bigger problems of ownership today. Wm. A. White & Sons 46 Cedar Street TaleptMM jj-'io Jona Leading German Editors Assail The Chancellor Declaration That Wilson Is an Autocrat Wrong, Says the "Tageblatt" < oprrhH*?'-'-:. June 21 Gern - ig ed tors, the r *. "omar; Monday ;?'-*:r]r?. H<\il harshly wil government lit gem J' SI l li incellor ?on Bethmann-Hollweg in part Tho'i'ior Wolff 'he "Tagebl i the Chanei for de ag through the ?* .- Germai Gazett ' . . Proa lent Wilson ia mor? of an thai Emperor N i .re . pointing out the President Wil ion " . he most m . ortant quest be 'l"c!'ip<!, whether war should he de rU'cl. had to obtain a favorable vote tho i'onc;r<> Herr Wolff's reference 'r, th s fact ii mad" In the course r"' a- appeal * . the G.it eopl about thi? ..?..".. of the inner reforma? tion of the tate t pressing Eugen Zimmermann, in ger," *... hieh . eontr? lied bj the pan Germana, tak? ? the opposite tacV H-j'l holds ap Ru - a a J ?i horrible 'xamp!" to those Germans who .'ire ii ??rou? of introducing the demi spirit into Germs titutl The exist li rea, maible for Germs ;orir~ I . eil . " ?'''.? "" ' hancellor von Bethmann-Hollweg, lf< rr Z i m merni si new ?.pn* cr- whick are working for "ha?) democracj " in I ive absolute? ly no support l,y tho German p.'opi?? tho an ooaing to icnor-' the aise of th" German SocToll ' In hi? fi-?i:-p to condemn the Chan? cellor for failing te declare open! si ?( ? . Geori the "Vo Ze * .. g." whe taining that the ubmar * i eampa . i | idly bringing the war to i iccessfu end, . t ' -pi i xa t h at ' ' " ' ' hy military me in ?, * ? 111 ! . long dels tatesi must 1 ? ? plai Her? Ben that it ii possible to e? nelu le a i< ?. - a [th Ru rv :' ,- -,.... ,-. dentlj he e come to tho be? lief that general peaee is pos? sible, while ' . ? !" ''' t ti ing from Russia of Jil! Imper ? * i ? .-rr-Bl '?' COUl I di Steel Net Device Sweeps Mines from Path of U. S. Liner Vessel with New Equipment Reaches American Port; Others to Adopt Idea An American Port, June 26 An Amrriran ?t.-ampr which arrived here to-day i? "luirpe'i with a B IW for sweeping Hooting mines from . er pa'h. From 'wo -*rp.?t ehaina rum Bg i out. of ehoeka OB ? ti er bow waa suepended :i submerged ?teel net. This stretch? i tot aeorly ! fty fp.?t nf? on both aides and wai taut by ateel eables running throrgl met si ilee . a - When passing through a min? ' thii not la atretehed on either side end . eoming In eontoet erith ?*? mine ' bringa it to the aurface without ex? ploding th'- detonating <*ap- It waa i said that a ' ' ,Ba" *B" I ?.jjllo'l on BII Ami riean pa nip?. The Iii... sa i ?? irlj two da) i over i f|,.0. Dor Bet ti liment slows her e wa detained .., nty-four boura in j?n Irish p"r*. "*1 I recount ol the activity "f German sub? marine ?. Offtei ra of th? ' .ted thal th?* i boats were sinking everything in ??hi ' ? it ?gard for Bot onality, takii. ' ' feguard the 11 \ r i . . .' | .. ' i I ' American vessi pai ?. | wire.? - ealla rece ed I ., ;. which were torpedoed in 'h'? im - ^JWillmK^ c? [NrlANHATTAN OUTING SHIRTS $1-75 to $2 50 The??? garments, like all Manhattan product?, give uni\er*?al satisfaction. Offered in plain white, and white with white ?tripes, ?h?rt or long sleeves. ENGLISH PALM BEACH STRIPED COLLARS SLITS NECKWEAR 42.ND STRELI \\ IV1ADISON AVENUE Broadway g*^ ? (?^?8*1}} - 34* Arc Offering Most Extraordinary Values in a Sale of White Washable Kid Sport Boots and Oxfords For ?Misses and Women Oxfords at S3.85 Boots at S4.95 Six of the many channing styles represented in this important event are illustrated. For tennis, golf, and tor walking th.?- s?lection of models is most extraordinary. Every pair lins ?Seen made and ?finished with extreme ran', :in?l nowhere v-m such values ?be duplicated at anything near these prices. !,<?tl) Boots and Oxfords are included in all white Kidskin, and in white Kid skin '.?.itli blue or brown trimmings, with soles and heels of White Ivory I .?ather ?>r "Xeolin." Sizes - tn 7 and widths A A t<i 1). Xot all sizes in each modell but weean lit you ill ?mi* of tht' many styles included. None C. O. D., Exchanged or on Approval Combine to Boost Coal Sold to U. S. Shown by Letters Evidence Submitted in Trial of Operators Indicates an Agreement Letter? purporting to ihow that soft cool operators combined to charge the government excessive pr.ce. for coal :or the United Stotea Navy by mutually igreeing io enter high bid? for the contracta, even though they did not want the husine?-?;. were intiodttcod a? ividenee in the trial yesterday of tifty one ind and i". corporations ?.ho are charged with violation of the Sherman anti-trust law. Most of th?. defendant-, who are being tried before . lera! Judgi ?Irubb, aro member?? of he Smokeless Coal iiperatorj' Aaso -, which controls the cal Aeldl '. rgin ?? .-'t Weat Virginia, where m ich of th.- iuel for the navy is mined. Robert r. Stephenson, on beh.Blf of the government, introduced a ? ..? written on April 28, 1916, by the Raleigh <'oal and Coke Company, of Cincinnati I'h.< letter said that Thomas E. Hooi on, of th?- Houston ? uni and Coke Company, had aaked the operators K . ti n Philadelphia. It expressed a determination "ti stay in line and emphasize the ?" price for coal foi . I i,.- ttei lid in par' : "Referring ? .? navy buai tea . Mr. Houston has . .- l tot ?? pecial meet ing of the . ;U 11:30 Wednesday, May 3, to take up ihfa question and decide upon ?".me a<* Mr Renehan was hero rday und advised Mr. Houston that he expected t.. bid on 60,000 tons ..** th? . buain? i it ; riee of tS f. ... 1?. Several, I understand, will alio .-. ? themaelvea as being favorable milar action Kona of ti tee par .:<-. .!. - re v of the navy business, but are submitting bidi *'i ?tay in line ?and to emphasise 'h> |3 price. Consternation over the way some of the apel iton were bidding v..,- ex? pressed ?B a letter written by i, M. Caperton, of the New River Coal Com? pany, ?if ? harleaton, W, Va-, to Mr. Houston. Ti..-? letter said; "What do you think of the n ? ? * of 'the bldl for the navy supply? What do you lupp? K that our friend Tier? ney means in continuing to disrupt condition.-." Tin' bids, a< they went into the navy, ar? bad enough, if they were kepi itrietly private. But these ha\e a he-iriiig upon our entire business of smokeless coal and cause 8 feeling on the part of our regular trade that they are being imposed upon. How eon Tierney reconcile his price to the no* y and 1: i pre.? of ii 36 per Bet ton ?ti the Western merket? .? to ..e the outcome of th'.; COB* I ?" How much le?? *he price named in tke contract complain"d of was than '.th? **.*. pri?e" which the operator; ?..re "ta '.-;,;? in l?y.c" fer ara not ..in??-.) r ie fnTrr,m?"-' contended - '. ?hov.od that the , . . -.,r, combined to obtain high pricea ' r coal laed an the government railroad in Panama. "Lower the Temperature" in a Saks Lightweight Summer Suit <~ MOST Lightweight suits shown in New York look alike. They are just so much fabric put together as if all were cut hythe same pair of hands and shear:;. Saks' Sum? mer suits are individual in both fabrics and models. They are well-tailored two-piece suits combining service and style With economy of price. Among our present se? lections will be found: Lightweight Suits in plain, half-belted and pleated-back models, in Natural Greys. Dark Greys, Overplaids, and Moltled ?Ef? fects. Coat and trousers.$9 io $15 "Summer-Weave" Suits that will launder without shrinking - in Grey Stripings, Mottled Greys, Natural Tan. Mauve, and Light Greys. Snappy belted models with plain patch or button-flap patch pockets, Norfolks and half belters. Coat and trousers $9 to $12.50 f You'll find all you need in Summer clothes at Saks, at prices minus middle? men's profits. ?tt - Broadway at Uta Street * ' Buy All Wool Clothes When You Can Every yard of cloth used in Arnhcim suits is strictly all wool. There is no cotton introduced to lower cost no cotton to fade or cut through the woolen yarn For forty years we have stood on an all wool platform. As long as sheep grow and mills weave their fleece we will stick to this all wool standard. The excellence of our materials :s matched by superior workmanship and attention to minor details. Suits to Measure $25 Army Officers' Uniforms made to measure. Gov? ernment regulations strictly adhered to. Special service stations at Plattsburg and at Madison Bar? racks. TWO ST*Of*tES BROADWAV (r NINTH STRXET ANO *0 e 42b ST OCT riFTH b> MADISON AVE* P. S.-Yo man can be truly enthusiastic unies* he rcallii lu lit ; es he ii doing the une thing that it is best for hiw to do, Srntiftm axioms.