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Norway Appalled
By German Plot
To Destroy Ships
Trunk of Bombs Taken In
Under Seal of Berlin
Foreign Office
Fountain Pens Loaded
Conspirator? Admit That Ves?
sels Bound to America Were
To Be Sent Down
m . Dil
aan plot 1
?or**.'?*!":?' ' '
reek, ha? appallfd
. . The nea
' '
? .
ttertotheattenl i
<. i.? roan governm? * *
li &'. ? toa "* ??.?.?."?-''<"-? hal
.?.red. eoneealed !? arti'.cial lump?
.j, which r ' ' bljr wara to be
<4f, . lu rs and in bomb.?
. ng? nioua an?
-..
.. .-?< developed that a trankt
ight to Chrial
maty hy a courier o' the ?.orman
. official yeal ??J
. ? trunk. The 1
to the German Ea bott, here. and. ac?
cording to -.r.tornational Bange, it wai
thout examination.
- the diacovery of the explosive*
the CiertT.an Embuaay declared the
lined for 1 inland, but no
explanati? n aroa given as to why it had
re ee loner.
jYe ? wore found in all
I article?, including I
. "
i?r.d tobacco.
At the examin?t ion of Aron Rauten
f?ia, a ?.?im?n citizen, and Otheri
in connection with the eaae, ii
.\a? admitted 'hat expl? ??. wi re also
.n have I" on r'-iced on iteamera I
Norwegian Steamer Sunk;
Part of Crew Go Down
nking of thi
egina ataaa - *
ihmarine ia reported in a Central
. . . penhagen. Fif*
:' those on board, includm?,* ' vi
. wera re.?cued. The other -
The Swediah ?teamr-hip Gotha'
been lunk. Four mer. and ta
? .
Britain and France
Plan Celebrations
Of Fourth of July
I onHonpr?, Suggest General Flat;
Display and Military
Stri-rt Par.i'le
. . Catie ta 1 ? 1
I.op.iion, Juna 87? A movement
. in London for I ? I I h people
. . show their appreciation for Amri
entranco into the war by joinin"*
in the c?l?brai * ? *
It is generally felt that the li . - dei c
. ? way ol pr?par?t um
a mora mci e the i t will be
Boma ... k that the
.re American
?'?.s; ?no1 ii that jual aa
I rec? . : I OBgreBB,
ed in the
1 Balfour and
? mod bj Premier Lloyd George and
.- peaker lu
Bora favor the ?1 iplay of the
American flag on the tower of the House
." ? emmom and on all public build
ard a < ty parade, led by the
?ra??ed bands of the Guarda' reg
. *. the Amei
emba te Horae Guarda Square,
era tha f.ae? of both nat
laluted. The ?dea ha? not ;
. . , .
??? ill b<
'
to pan i
of th<
inged 1
?
? .-. ? c?l?brai
peak.
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expect 1
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Lal
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Urges Chinese Board
Of Elder Statesmen
Japanese Adviser Would
Have It Pass on Questions
Affecting the Elections
Profei
. .. . J er te
a mea
. .* * . '.-..?. el o
. tai - ... ,.
.r ad
?ratlve affaira uni.
I . . ra of the
..' '?* and the lae . ..g
f rofoaaor Al |
le a bo? to thi
J?i">" - |
amatista te daj aune
?'"''.' ' ' ' ' eg-l ti
?" 'i Prag " .?. |
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wai and lal ftaagtag .? M atete? of
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?.DVERTISEME.N1_ADVERTISE* E.M ! ADVERTISEMENT \l>\ ERTISEMEVT ADVERTISEMEVT_I_ADVERTISEMENT I _ADVERTISEMENT
Rotorua Certified Advertisers
^5 for Field or Deck
A' Every enlisted man Bhould ha\f' a
.% Waterman's Irl*al Fountain Pen a? an
article of personal equipment.
'i hose at home want to hoar from
you. The way to keep in touch ia by
writing the "Waterman" way. Al?
ways ready, anywhej^, even if hwn
dreds of miles from an ink well.
Hit n Waterman's Ideal tu suit
mur hand, li u III last for -u a rs.
Best stores everywhere.
W W\/''e,C^ gc a?l?Wfe ?.a*}*.??
m.w.c
* A. ? *5~?...
t Waterman Co., 191 Broadway, New York
?otel
?ajestic
Y
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St.
Hurricane Dock
IS OPEN for the
season. An attrac?
tive Roof-Restaurant
with a delight ftil
dance floor overlook?
ing the fairyland vista
of Centra] Park.
'I he a la carte prict
are moderate.
Couvert, One Dollar.
? > land Townsend
? Director
"I!?. ?-I whirl.
. :i-it>!r. ?^ I??
rall smiles upon the fare of ml ?-- '
\ non
FRANK 1 ( AMPBEI I
/ /. ? / nnerai I '
I MO Broad? y, N. *i ' itv
AWNINGS and FLAGS
;,,r .li ,
,?!,-/ li I I ! i ' i?
MrHUGII
NATHAN SCHUSS t Co
SKIRTS OF QUALITY
WALDORF BUILDING
IHII"-* li'inp ".TRIM A?.D rum *V1
NEW YORK
H. C. MINER
Lilli? .?.KU'IIIV. I (?
Lithograph ing- I upe
nuil Block Printing
? ?
RAMSDELL'S
OLIVE
CREAM
I
.- ?',??? I ' ' : '. \r t
? ' nice, etc, \ .
le ? rram, preferred ; \ ??
rr<*n.
. t 30c, Jar $1.00. ?t ?'
?-. ihop*. Write foi
..... . be,
HAMSDl II. DM G CO
763 I ' V. V.
Prod it i "< I " t ">"' ' *"
M
We Clean
Orientals
and Lace
Curtains
RKKS&RKKS
CLEANEfcSand DYERS
/., / / ' kout the tit*
UW)EJSMEYp.
UNES -
P A P E R
for < i cruthing
H.nrv LI?(1?r.-??>' A t*
The First Draft
. reded out, Drill contain
men who average 100*%.
i mr gooda aie 100*, ai delivered.
There ii no reeding to be done.
Nilha-iSchvveil'frCo. Inc. '
.-...'?' ? - ' .? ' ib?
m
SOUPSUM ' SCARVES
L'?l IS Al ERBAi II. Mc
m Vori
FRANKLIN
'.: ? ?????? i ? .
We ran'?
. i rinl
v.. . ? A .
, ;.-... I -?nkll*.
. Malar Ctr Cn
ima Bri??"]???
Ha\e home m?'!' Slrav.
'.-.?. Shortcake IO DAY
HECKERS'
SELF-RAISING FLOUR
OTIS
ELEVATORS
The World's Standard
WHITF.DGE CARBON
."' ? i'n', 'v nnifoi
? ..? pte'-en'?
?
H. M Storms Co.,
Crouch &
Fitzgerald
? Leather and I m euee
? .
' 4 IA '
Engaging Interiors
i th< result <>f
furniture and dec
orationa in good
(gate.
1 cr vinci?- piec-*a
nr comjilrtr aCCO
rations -????it
IRVING and CASSON
A. H. DAVENPORT Co.
601 Ililli \\ I . V V.
THE
aQYGEN
\! .\Afirt ,\ J |'S4
. f A ' "
SHOE
How Many Papers a Day
do you read? Two or
three? We read thou
.mi H ?i ij and clip
. .i inti real to * ou in hu ii
li . 'wlltics, .?-.?. iel ?. -
rveryth _
ROMEIKE
; - ? | i j
HENRY ROMEIKE.Inc.
lOti 7th Av. ( Ihelaea 8860
Some Executives
:ir<- horn thal un. th
..th? r li.r.i lu |e;ir
?
Bend I
Al..?nd?r H? -ill'on IMMB
Quality
Furniture
f
!*Of the eily or
( ountry home.
I telutive furniture
a <i'l I ni -i-I uri II
I II". ? 11/
jos. I,. HERSCHMANN
?i'j.'i sixth Ave?, N< .' ? ork
Burnes Talks on
Foreign Exchange
Too Muc'i Gold Almost as Bad
as Too Little-But Not Quite
Kt t ?<. - . ? 11 t h a
?'.*;?: ?
I
... . ? .
expiait ed I
ivstei - - . ing?
relation I sree.
na; to M * somewhat
. i i I
... "
? , , . . . . :u!e aa
a world money |
i : all in the banda of i '? e ?rpora*
tions ? ti lized b.- the
ernment?. v.hev
tem - et know it II
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....
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it ?eei . ? ?
effiei?
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".i.V. S'eth? . list:!-., and ;i n
o f t h e ? ' ? ? . h BJ
.
ant has a
l? a
?
I hi . rae held in the Green
:m?l ufts attended b; '
b4
Millford Tells of
Automobile Values
Incrca?e in Value May Offset De?
preciation, Says Authority
According to 1 w
level about
a yeal 9 no1
advanced, none have lowered their
. . If the
w material ai d labor
continu . . ? . t go up. li
i qu . . . . ? . . depn
on a running car
tho advanced value al end of a
other I thi
Mr. ?Mulford ; ? pr< lidanl "of the ?Mai
. Inc, the largest
Ford station in New York, ihn new
ng oi Bedford Avenue and 1
rrn Pal kway, Brool
mod? rnn< . re carried ever)
d of pan
miner?
,
. and the machiner) li
ilearooi
?:.,.,r of
. ? .
Inte modela M ii Mr, Mulford'i opin?
tun that his company, by ?? rtue i
of stock uni ? ata?? of i
faeilitiea, is filling a lone f? It wai I of
Ford ownei ho need qu
It ii ial for a comm?
t the end
the buain?
the next morning, 1
hauled du ?
Mr. Mu!*'..' - in "i larc?
expei and he ntendi to
apply hi- .
to this, hil favoi ?te indus) ?
Welcorrr on the Mat
t'a what the Heel
.... ....
Georg?
ish will bri na mo e busin?
his first da ceres Will j ou ha\<?
f?tina or cream of rice for .
Apropos
Wh , ? ?. homr
this i lo 1 in Old
. ? . ' -, -or., monu
II ea ia a tall,
KIacrfu! ero . beaut iiIj ea red li
?i the work of Irving and ' i on, I If
I law ?
What'? in i Name?
I - - ? . . i hurricane ,! ck o ? 'op of
?Hot? lance Boi
iilwa;. ?
"br te then nevei mind
fho na m P.
Next Issue Globe, July 3
I bl hed r. Weet ? ?. I .
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-
I B*wi
. ?
TI i . . " nf
I A .?'. ir II Broad -,
Breaking Broad
is. Baking Bread
A; a nation v e have an in?
I.' i en1 ?. . ? f being n
derstood. We avoid the dra?
matic, I< ? judged .
dramatic, We shun display of
M ' imenl I >r f< r we may be
dubbed maudli The thing
?thai striki our hearts
hardl} ever show ; in our ? .
Thal ia \ been criti
ci? ?i for ! : king "spirit."
' ' e Sam ia shorl on tempera
menl-bul when he takea hil
temper oui of camphor, every
drop of ci Id ?' ater thrown on
him turn I
TI . pe tai ular finish of the
Liberty Loan campaign ia the
lates, example of that. As the
da) .? ? r? pi toward the final
hour, ii waa whispered behind
cautious hands thal th?* Liberty
Loan waa gasping in t ho
stretch-thal it would never
reach the finish. And i tame
m over the line, ?usl before the
clock struck, n . r, than a bill
. MI over ub c \'?> .! '.
And now ? hi n ' ething
staring us in the face, and
we have to star? hack until we
disconcert it. Al firs! consid?
eration, it Beema i trivial thing
-but multiply ' ]r- a hundred
million and ii I.? cornea a coins- ;
al octopu " tentacles will
??rush iii?* lit?'* i f our nation.
Th. ? call ii WASTE.
\\ e are breaking bread with
our Alii?*-. What ia more, we
aro baking mo I of it. And
when we say "bread" we mean ,
all food. ( fnlea- wa ite ia curbed
and finally i liminated -there
will be no bread to break. The
question of food conservation,
is .just as important as the
building of boal : or the manu?
facture of ammunition. It'you
throw away two alices of bread
it seems an insignificant a? t.
The population "i the I Inited
Stati 3 ia 1"" 000,000. If every
?mo committed thal insignifi?
cant ai t daily, ii would merin
200,000,000 licea of bread
enough to f< ? d all the men in
tlie '--i nches i very day. Think
of thal ni K1 time you throw
away a cru
Here is a "bit" you can do
righi iii your own hornea-no
course of training, no expend?
tun -. no ?a, rifii e, no risk, no
work, is invoh ed. Yet, in per?
forming it, you are aiding your
country as much as the mall
who facea the enemy'a machine
gun.
Has Romance Fled?
ret codes, n
ila, ir .
publisher of
only codea
allow i
rolunteered foi
Steril Kuli*
o*a n bra
f
Echoes from the
Watermelon Patch
Sidelights on the Great Atlanta
Convention of the Interna?
tional Association of
Rotary Clubs
The delegates to the International
anden of Rotary Clubs have re?
turned from Atla ra are some
.?--.* back from UM
? ?
i - , Charlie '.'. ... :. the ?Ideal
? ? an, atten lad t rd consecu?
onvention and made his annual
ipeech Ha ha ...
*? to be with the
? whole lot
li.i waa ii ?.tlanta
,- a hon ha mai
.'. ? don't set
have hurt it mu . .. ? - ?j over
? ?.' . .
.. -ia fountain-pen
near being the
-? terna!
For a few minut?is it looked as if he
to | keep react- in
the family, hu* somebody -iimmfd the
id 'too t licklj. and I he dal ?*.
kled to death that
t gi the job.
Wil rat, of ?Eaton J
. printera, and ?pa it prcaid? t of
N "i k cluh. ?s a law abidii s
.ionio va heir he know I I
la?.?..? (le hadn't beert m Atlanta tfii
a I a al "Cop," With S
beaut fui il eld, ane?ted him for run
* v ithout blinder? on h:s car. How
: ?1 Getl nger know that only the night
i? nan ordinance went into
effi ? The Atlanta Rotariani came to
bia reacue, and the convention ?che.iule
waa no1 lyed much a".*., nil
At I tta ?ga the special trains
from ? hicaico, ? leveland a.ij Now V?.rk
et wil ? m ?m rangement S'o ch ser
elect tnd evi
red .' for lon?.
Kathai M or, of 1 lie Dictaphone c
ed m. and in two minutes
? Hore t*s a tip
for i nclo ?Sam: If you over want a
extra linaire," a
bond director or a money collect?.!, go
Milnor I!?- can ring pennies
from tat?? i Mr. Mil
noi ti Ighout 'he convention was a
'
The tour tram ami hotel arrange?
. '.tire Ka tarn ?1 i
lei the direct on of J. W. . oup
land, of Coupland Fours. Inc. The Sea
York ? ty I? aa ???I! as those
Me? 'i ? ? -i State, Nea J?
Penna) mia, Connect it. Ma
over
indulged on comment? on the cour
of the railroada, the Pullman
company and all othera who contrib
Uted to the comfort and pleasure. Mr
the r? trai ipor?
- ? head ,liiaugh? ut the trip,
The ? ? .-.??. i and memberi of th?
\ew York cluh attending were Jamei
?> Nathan, -lean Bohne, E W. Murphy.
Albert r. Parker. F. D. Van Amburgh,
George J, Murray, Edu i l lower, J. F.
Schindler, W. J, Beamish, W. H. Brady.
I- D Waterman, R. ' Bauet. N >p
\ I I'.?remus. R. < . Schindler,
H I im Gettinger and A I; ?Redburn.
Indian Captures Convention
What he didn't do with hi? 'oma
- an i -.'? al pa nt he d;.) with his
golden ?. " ce
Silvel I hil name, a full
k, brought l k1
, ention, hi
City Rot
? , ?. . to " th" th? big meet oi
next \t?ar, and 'Ivy
. . . ? ?Kara 'em ii I
or sir?** 'em to ileep, He did a pood
iob both waya, with the result that K.
o ?, . . . f the
threi . it Juni
Little Billie Pet of the Train
The ?.? iraar eld laughter of .lam"?
. rt fatheri ind
i?ntep,i m, i ?o mid from
ktlanta * ?-an'ed to adopt
mp. No pro'es' . al
. bj Father S'athan until th? train
'? ? -, . ty, and then
were sent sky hiR-h, and he
ng doinc!"
a -
They Are Laying for Nollman
It,.. -, t worried about *
. .? oula ia ( nariel H a bra??* man,
, butter and eg-? h'i?:
ne?-, ?ao the more "they" lay the I"' -
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WE PERSONAL \WTING MACHINE
Educate ) our.sc//
ihr ".rfdtc'-t thine* in life ir to leam and
continue to leam. Corona encouragei \ou
to do better and develop! mental activity.
A htllr nicuhinr willi .1 big purpose
! . na 1 vpewriter Co., im . 141 \*. -'.I''. v'
M'e.-^hs 6 lbs.
Costs S50.OO
CROCKLR-WHELLLR CO.
I I H I M? MOTOR?
i \ I K \ lol!- ?M>
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Specify MATHESON
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lotta I M irra? I rv kitti
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IK\ ING UNDERHII L
.'?'. ?toad i aai Pari PU -
I'M M. FECHTELER & (0.
I)ri ali i in .i ie, <>7 I ilih Ave
Fhotep,ra.;hic Copying
? . ?,? B ? ki, lett',?, >)ega]
?B? ni-. . ' . '
and aaythia J ? itt?ea,
,f led or d ivan.
I.. S, ?Hollaad fk I '.. V
?SUCCESS ?I ti- aWt
result o? effort well applied.
Don't !?*t J our r* et handi?
cap you m itriving to attain
your goal
For more than II
four yean it lia- been i
. ? . ? . ? ' ind
romfn '
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ESTABLISHED t?t*!
Qat?^adkc
I \} 'S Wast 425Tsi
j j ' .. Olde ? teal
'.'?.' , try
BURNS BROS. IGE
Corporation, toi Park \n
. fied Natur ii J il H i^-ia Ice
. : I? r .* lalit) .it lowest ni ir?
rates.
I.-I. ? ?rifl.-rr.il? SO.*!?!.
BELL BAG CO., t*.
B ?GS - BURI IP
?I '1 Krnnt *?t Tri Sfl llniini.r
NOLLMAN A: COMPANY I
Rutter and ?ff|
? i . i .. -. '...-:'.',?? I
li WER STEEL ELD IKOTYPE ? 0.
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.. *.'
WINTERROTH PIANOS
j &?n-rj| oft*;.?!-S Union Sq-'r? Brinch??
- .?nl.r.tl, lor.?.d fir-.?l'Cl ti? flt>.
Dir^c? fc dust 20 John St.
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PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS I
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\[\ i good c.ir if it hav
PERFECTION
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Rotary's Certified Advertisers
Not more work
but more letters
Your typist will turn out from ?50% to lOO^c
more letters-and better letters-and for at least a
third less cost per letter; ami she will do it with a
dea! less net vc and eye-strain and with tJr greater
comfort and ease, when you dictate to The
Dictaphone.
Besides all of which there is your f.ide of The
Dictaphone-which is even more attractive. Call
Worth 3043.
THE
83 CHAMBERS STREET
d /'/. / will' \ i: ?>. ? //.* '/'...' ,RK, reaitieee?
the I nit ed Satt sa I in all eil . .' ira.
DAVIDS'
1. I c c t r n - ( h t m i i 'I I
WRITING FLUID
THIRTY-FOURTH STREET
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
ri the Nrw Nrthrrland flink
Don't lake a chance. Put
?.our Liberty Bond in a ?aie
drpoMt box. Prices as low
as $5.00 . year.
41 West 34i? St. Tal Creel??/ 3921
AC-WEAVER
sells C???cbtKes
Where? Columbus meets
Brodduay at 66* 5i
Whole??lr Batter--French Bread
ZAMPIERI BROS.,
I 7 I iirllflljl M , Nt-tT \ uri.
BOXES and LUMBER
T. G. Patterson, Inc.
I 5? IBUSHl D 1*7 i
637West 55thSt. Tel.Col.2194
Mileage
Vim can \ ex peel lo
inn fore?,er on one w I
ni' tires without o
puncture. So, ?>f coursi
, nu can t. but j ou can
rone nearer to vour idea
..i what j mi ought to get with
I ,. Punctun Proof I i
on ni;, others.
I lu r< aaon for thii ia th it
LEE TIRES
I
?
: ii ?liff? r? nt principle. I IM
\. iii ? . ? ? p g ? -ti i mileage
without pun in in;
.. li. .. tire mi tin- marlu t.
\ . I ts. 48 ti
. A ? . ?' . A
?A : ' -
? i .l'j in b, I'?.'JO on 4
?
\ big stork ii ? Jtrrif d nt this
I ord Station. \n en
i . w:: b lilding v. it'?
.li m m acre of floor tp ice
?- nVvoti ii to I 'ord i ara and
trucks, repairs and parts, a
and evi rj Arst ?-I.-??.
I rd '.? ? . I ?"n't wast
time hunting armind bul
!i. re and gi * a hal j ou a ni
u hen von a mt it.
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: Kee ?V Eastern Parkwaj
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.Advert i sing
If 3 ri t i
copi ?'' "
- . you '1' '
I. ,, yop
the *- alue of a pi tical
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. eed i:* -o- ? i
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. . .? .?i-?. .re
r>? p .? high In thal? ' .
Arthur Woodward
Advertising
Adentry <&? Service
W76 Broadway. New Yort
?Vs."*
IS?.
/ALFRED A.KOHN
SEMI-ANNUAL
SALE
OF
SMART SHOES
for MEN & WOMEN
NOW IN FROCRESS
FIFTH AVENUE
m -32" stroett
BABBITT'S
CLEANSER
the best-5 cents
COURLAND
TOURS ?SS,
" lui/.. line to Everutehert"
'J'he ( )]n >i D'mr
Inviting ' ' the peal
ti? ?t will ?give in |>ir*,ti"ii
t??r fresh i-lu?. .i- ?? , ? UM
door tint opens ii.*o roar
I? droom ?t iii?- \l< M;?-ii
I hi*r.* ?ii rv dnire bal
i.r. M fores**? H, ? rery m?>d
ern eonv? ni. nee li al \?nir
? ?iii.iii ?ii
Hotel McAlpin
The Food
Without
Waste
WARD'S
BREAD
Good ni id whole-some
| to 11 io last crumb.
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