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or?, uga of a a? i ti . ... . . lew Bei will he ' ' i?! Ont.'-. . ? : . J nna? el Nor*.!: Ilakota, oni n-t c of the pi . \\ ttei assure h?.er . . -. | "No1 i nd we j.re R?- . g ?o hnoeh wine oui ? \ Nattesml "Strait ia. bet" Brief refer? se to ti -.?;ie v s a " sd? to-da? The form-i i? \? ? -. al? ed a "B1 rail Senatoi Reed oppos.njj i i oh .'..??, but ps at ten! ( n to th? e hill. Bono) at-' tacked the I as '-..' itecratic, u and un It m el ?c . Diaeusaii ?a? begui roll call the Sena men' by Sei add m ?. ? print i to a- . eon ti liahen lion of control .'. threatened unlimited press. Th.o Sonn'o o', led dient?, upon ni- I of So .' ' - ants ' ?? ' extend. Senatoi King g a motion t" ?ti while other Senal eui i lothing, leather, and elij. Hookes tawalla Dry < laaac la a ape? amendment to ti the lieu-. * er. of Miaaourl, aubmitted si ?bowing thal 746 pat? tomine from eigl t-1 I f 1 per cent to 9S1? per I . :.' of ?xempt from ti s regulati? na 11 " ? control measure. Compar.i?.? manufacturing them, he ?aid, n?. capitalised al 171,000,11 >0, and he pt? ted that j bill in lu preaent rons their atoel valut three | Wh. ti ' r an attempt *.*? '.1 ho *? i keep the He after next Tueaday te rec? Iv? ferenr.- report on thi ' aaat te coi ' * problem?t? ica. Agi? emenl reached to-day to hep'n three-day Bdjournmonta to until J*?':v '.'. ' : - Bl m the mean time, but latei atiee Sims, of Tenm wl ??. a i *? i ar*v to the Ural i plan? for an agreement reaching vond next Tuesday. Conferenc? ti tnl heodquartei ' ^XCT "-i**" right. K was am atnoagree meni wa? reached and thal the lei len would diseusi ti . further to morr?n befoi .ne Preaident Soi is attending the meeting said shoot of the laymen present wore etrongly n favor of accepting l ??'.' auggeatlon without qual I c ii on a - a pel duty Wheat Saving First Need, Hoover Tells N. Y. Hotel Men Conservation of Pork Products Next in Importan?.?**. He Declares? Washington, Juno 29 Betel ?nd res? taurant proj sting the Hotel Men's Association of New York and the New York Society of R? rateurs, conform! !. Herbert C, Hoovr-r, food ada on the question o' arl m aid of foo.! coi The most argent net ?av inr* of wheat, Mr. Hoover * itors, who aaast at hla 01 almost a? jrr'n' Import ared, was the eonservr.. i of hy-produets. foi the fal "Europe';? el .housands for lnok of fee I Hoover said. "One way te eave 'or them ia to avoid 1 calvos, lam? i and Allow the voung anim-i',? ;o grow up. We do our greati I in tne who?e r,a'j'.- -., be ?hipi Mr. Hoover declared that 'he Eng liak govern) urg-in?- that lus ii lei be cut ? favor JO iacreaae .? consumption of tho latter, on *i could o') or.\ '.? ha' <. ' Disc of eonsei .lOiel?. Mr. Hoover p? .? .lotel men I ?.el! orear ted to do ti nation?, ? ten were no1 mea t?K.- : .no city! CSOQ restaurants. The committee will ... .-. ? War Speeches Planned U. S. to Address People in Mo? tion Picture Houses Wn* Jane ty. v .? -m, throu-fh . ntually to addreia . on i.**-. Id M R and >*> - . COBBI < Trir Throagh I to he practican? every ti men" a tremen? g pt tice o? . Forestry Chief Is in France Henry S. Graves to Aid in Military Oprrr- ->ns Wot <,ra.' .n Tan? te mat e errang for??t work thal ... ' ' Of thf -A.\ . 'I ' . He ha .. . major American-Australian Women Form War League Sydney*, Aai organised i I . ! tag :e of Ht 'he I?*?; ' .re s ., ai can for'?? i .ne A;..?? Price Haggling Delays Buying War Materials Defence Council Members Complain to Senators of Executives' Tactics Quick Remedy Sought high Officials Advocate Co? ordination of Purchas? ing Power ?**?? TrUm * B . tam] June 29. Pelaj?. in . . . \a^.r contracta on ? >< between th . he g ?'? ' rainant and era of raw I ??ve developed auch an acute trong - ' ? g to r? ].:rf wore rr\?y. tial mel hera of the senate by i c, eil of National ? ? A- ga via- made thal certain of ti . ' nment r *.g the critical neeeaalty of ring v ar luppliea while they g1 >d over pri?es. It waa further tal I thal ?omi* of the widely ndver? effected through the . .*? rlala eeatmlttM of the Ceaa-| ' National Defend wore not bring? ha advantage to the government for them. II waa Mid, for ex ample, that the government price of . eent? on 4."?.0'?t\r(io panada of copper secured through the raw ma committee of th- Ceaaeil ei Na? tional D fence a ?. aid no1 prodaea a aet ?rmn t.. the people. The copper prodneen, it mi repre raneed the price o' cop rate con eumara to campea for this allege?! patriotic ronce?- j sion . ? oneil of National De Thi?, ii la sa:?), for example. advanced the coal of ?onie Roods j inn ?irr car . Settlement Expected Soon li vu intimated in high ?qaarten te? thal tin* question of steel and other ran -a*, rials for the war pro ? ?. would he Mttled within ? few This will mean, it wa? ?reported, the coordination of nil the pur ? - agi ?ei? m et ti a government, traliaed eoatrol In one body. - . r iaid (ha! ?Praeidea? W11 son w? I] rtli pate personally in the li of the central purchas ation. J, .? . now stand? the ?gOV g power n the mat? ter of I Other neceipary war g handled by a half ? . government I u1 organization or eoordiaatioa. ri-ere an the War and Navy de .-. *hen there are the Shipping I, and the raw matciia!? com nufa ?turad mater.al? .-... and the General Munitions .'.,,. rd of the * I i r Natioi a! P? I theae varloui pnrehaa? . ara either distinctive ? . ?. i oliciei a* all. 1 ha i .. . on of purchaiee, ii ;c aaid, . ..... -,,?.-. on. The fire! queation before the pro ; ,. chai i g board ?w11 I ira 1"? thal of a 1 road govoi i ! polley covering nil purria?? neareit approach to ?. that of all .wing pro ? ; . ? on plua a 10 t profit : I acharne, the coat plua a profil plan, ia saul te he highly .... that it ia net . dis? to deviac H srh. ma o* ee I I i both the large and ?-ma:! produeera. Price Review Plan \ other scheme o' price Axing which hai beor used bj the Navy Pepartment and ad Cbal rman P? nman .; Board la that oi . emed i rea lonabla price rani .? res lew of . .? Council of Fe de ral ??-.'.. ion foi late] adjust ni the price ia found ? . t ia alleged, ii OBI n to van tage that 1 ' 16 S : ??. ni copper, en ? .- en tho | . r | ? . -try. enl on foot ...... p, for a the war piogian "if' . .- ' riot a ?." a- d the vat ft ? - war. rerenee ai a prdim evolved wl . , .- . t pi to the producer. He ii ? . ? . irai ["rade ? on ?n, whii Congress could extort -.-.??n. Malcr?ala Needed st On.? ? pla has the g the . lion of extorl .? rial. ha found h i g1 D? '. :.. I . ? lubje? ? ,. . lembera of I g to ? iii, to be oat logical ?? ??. hieb r ? * . government and in ?...?. t Of th? war g ' .'it to-dav: a ' pa moro than ara : m ?I dol wa gol guns .'? will not be of mui h i he ? ?. ? . . al th? Mcrift? a ? . il MV Imperial Graduation at Bloomint daJe'i Brathera' departmi . ? e? ' i Kow ??'. ' ved I I and dancing. British Labor Supports Russian Attack on War for Conquest Freedom for All Peoples Demanded Hy Masse.**-Submarine Menace Remains Grave, \X lule Sinn ieiners' Ac? tivity Is Muddling Whole Irish Problem R> ARTHI l: DRAPER Landon, lune 2? Polities and fight? ing e'i hand ?n hand. They are so .J tly linked tog * Si ' I I cult to . ?ee which 1??'! the othei Upon the militai depend? the political situ?t i n of to? morrow. i ? dition? havo altered gre itl - .he im" when ?-.ii ?.?. eoi ildered ' ; ment carried ii "TI Mai estei ? ' in an editor al ' ' ad? d " I he .??-.- i rr? will sopporl t'i ti a deo!r *?. loquently in two gri ii The war, In brief, ii for public rights a? hpnir?t the pr?tention of any power to dominai I futui ?rid. Rut labor will no1 lupporl a -. conque?* In which thl . . t mil volunl 1916 are allowed to gi li ii * mi for ti ' it? em? n *?'' . ! eountriea, In r? ? to I Ruasian invitation, to renew the del tion of their aim? in the ?pint of Al . -. of Preaidenl Will on ?nd of Kerenahy. I rredum for Ml Peoples The foundation of any auch state mont must be a new und wider inter-; natlonaliam, with inaiatence on the, principle that 'ho futuro of Europe mo ii be settled bj * ti? n con? cert no1 with a view to *; p aggran?| rii7oment of one or the other members of the alliance, but with a view to the, of the ' .-?. ira ; nership and keeping in mind thal the greateel of thoae intert I fu world iti which al] peoples, including even tho.se em bat! ; ander hoatile govei nts ? opportui ties of Tho Workn en'i era' Dele pate? of Russia have adopted a r?solu- , I i : recognising that emlinp. the war bj efeat of on? ol . . ? ? parties would constitute a i i . frech war?, would increaae dies? stwoon nal . corn pit to exhau tion, famini - - : The reeolution statei further 'hut n separate poaeo would itrengthen one of the belliperrnt parties and give r g a di live victory i tiei . i itrength en th? laaea, won .... mpei I would nder t lion of the work lequi the ' angreai ? ti gorieally rejects every policy tenoning ion of a aeparat or to ta prelude, a leparate ? *t?,re Meer for Workmen The??, two viewa of labor in England ? ... . . ? ?Lord i ? . reu Battled ?- all trio newspapers that - of beer ? ........ Thia ralaea th? lota it to I ban I nq . the laberiag man's domar?: :" r cheaper beer ia justified, I Lord hope to aerate i intai ily m further : ti ting bread :-'..m pt i r>n if more beer la bri The v ' dty ftgun . ahon . ? . ? - '* fatal < food reaervi io tor-? (,' food are absoiutelv poa it ion meal i There i' likely to be COnsid rd about beer in the 1'.? ?.n?lda is outspoke?! m.?i in? :r? 11 ndeal Demand for Information The aorry -tory o: Mesopotamia i* i c-.v i arouMd the cou to a high pitch of anger. One ir?;lf |j h? demand i,y the people for fuller information on military and po | ? i"ii :? ttcn M ?venta develop, and no' months To . Premier's WOrrii tie Irish problem, which a fortnight cmed in a I ra . . tie a - ' a i . . .?; ii. ; Fein Bretons, of a . I -?1er?; ami *'re ?.. ?. . . | h priMaera a couple of weeks I tel ? eoatroi 11 ? I , nero apparently have ao taten t MU ,- . .? n Uia ir ah con r they de not lion-.?* Roi? fir Ireland meam worra than nothing What I have ?.; rted moy he con eatic i ral len - Hu' .. tiona exert an equal . ???... | ii influence, and I oj d tur? Il be eont roll? d also by event * in Pt. taaia an,i Ital). domeetic problema . end.?us in I Pershing Receives Alsace Delegation Parla, .lune 29. Ma Pel ?hmg yeaterday rece '-('I i from the Alsace-Lorraine Repul Committee. Refer? ng to thi american commander'? Alaatian ance try, the vice-president, M. Smrhling, told 'ho ce-i'-ral how proud they were thal a descendant of their little country had come to f-ght for the triumph of their inali?nable rights and ei ' ration to Fraveo of her lost province! C.enernl Penhing wai vilibly moved He ??a d he a Bl mo? I I representatives of the valiant people who had suffered so deeply because of tidi'litv te their country, * I had a warm place In his heart for Al? sace, the land of his tathara, . Constantine Got Army Ready in 1916 To Thwart French Hi '.?>-> lo TIM Tri one ] london. .Tn-,r SO, In ?. with Greece's dorlarntion i f ?. tal of war the Central Powers, ai I . view piven by King Coi * ntii Vienna "N'eue Freie *ly in UM'*, i" Intonating. The no.v di I I monarch ??erh.red: "I am following w;'h pa liona tere?* r-verj 1 ' of propt? the ' entrai Powera. Every inch of Frei earth taken h * i Gen tam Is . eye? a cru m for Grec "Neither I * | it noi . m1 . meaaurea can hinder me fi for 'he arrival of th?* Bulga i ??-. , Gei 'a allies, as the ; ral I ?erica. . . . When I signed the li mol ng ag ti B ii Kalian?. 1 var, m"t Frai ce . Parti "Temp.-" printed this in? terview four Minea, but < leted by th? . ? A,-, 01 ding to " i he ' an." Constantine Infoi r ! y aa Septi ? ii e would no1 car: : . n representativi Tagel al I " I s said : "I regret hav ng he Bul ran.";.? al ould be pul of c1 vllizal 01 1 " Is ' i . . French." Romance and Bullet Hgure in Foraker 1 ale of Hotel Check A hooting at 1 ' ? paid . a threat Ita ,. ment eoloi ed 1 tesl . B1 th? hearing I til .? ?'?'1 Riv? Dnv? Magistrate Krotel, ii ?'? Mai tat < oui t. on a ? gre laret ny, pr< fi rred by Mrs. Kal Hotel Plasa. M ra. j . . - ? : ?a o ' ' Senatoi fi om Oh appi opi ate ? from Chicago I i bill foi . c Mr?. Forakei i Idi I thal ?he I ? . Pelham al and that 01 . : "Did .22-calibrt revolver in a room i?t the I Hotel Mar . . ,| .lol ;i ?, ' . ? '..?in "No; I did not," f' Fora* "Hi ?hot bims? ? because l re ch hu had aaked 1 r angas . nt." . - sngag rae not dil i .' | a bullel . . . . , . . o' nu ii cidanl In Ch cago ?he had a aear, bu I I.n Magistrate Krotel aid the : ?. abo?? coi ' ''i e evl eenj and adjourn? .*. the case unt.' Ja.y It. New Taxes Mean $300,000,000 Gain Yearly for France Most Radical Feature Is Levy on Expenditures of Individuals Pal ?. .lune 29. The ne? finance hill of Jose) " '. ' ' ' ' laaaee, ament, add aboul Pranee'i income. of the new features luced m ' a tea rid tala, which the merchante, re m.-i'le, will add , on bob it I per c??nt ? . ? n sable and 1" rf,r C< '?' on all luxuries. \ . of 1 per '? ' I dons le $ 100. M i te b<* pi luring the lifetime of hen ? It ii proposed to .;-? on re ? the blanket '?-. lal ?I on the a quart? . .. (?payera. var profite es ? . ' : be ii rri-a'e,| |n ' ? i? i. and trana .eter arill I?. Mked . ition - -?ill be required <?r government art ire a .. bill. that the measure . ? rield fr? ? those oa i of buaii ? ?? ? I | .'' ' ? . in such r? quired te make : ed un? der ? place ? all ga . i . leetric light An invento) , pro? . for m order bottai to verifj a . , ? . ia? i . Merchants Advised To Reduce Deliveries One ?*? D.ty Over Each Route Would Lessen Waste, Says Defence Council -, ,i Wai . Urging thal . ?ry a day over Mch oduca I not later ti, tee Commercial Eeoi . r?,?J? ? ! o' National Defence 1 sed letters '?? the ai I the retal I dr? part . torea of the filing \ .. I aw ti ry em rend? i and vital aervicc ? mr i mergeney "I ere neb urg. need for mi n her a orb," 'a> i the . andora : ! . 'he se ? of .-mall par ?? li?. Lawyer Dies in Prison Plattaburgh, ***T, V.. .lune cr? Sana? ii.-! Na'', once well known in Alban) a a a lawyer, v. ho ?rai servi og a double ? ? ton pi iaon for ana? i. hil dienta, . .? i to?day of I ?bet . liatl waa a church worker, and of thi mated Lim I ich ha ??i tendered ? ? . ' muary, 1913, under two tm? del ant? ana ara ? mere moni '. : ? .. . ? i 'ern of Bara. These lern. i have aapired in May, IM1. Brazil Declares Pan-America Is Against Germany Press Unanimous in Ap? proving Revocation of Neutrality Decree To Defend Sea Rights Moral Victory Won by Join? ing Cause of Civilization, Says Editor Ria de Janeire Ja te 29 I Kn raper? express the cre-i*??' latisfsetion over the decision of Pn lenl '.'. ? Braz and Foreign Minister Kilo . ? . i i tral i t j i or of the : Uli? The "Courrier- it noon this revocation as the logical outcome of Brasil's external policy and the official reonc? ?tion o' a COOd tion ?"hK* R'.V ? :: ? I . "Wa a*-o flrmlj reiolved to del d durin;; the war ou titereata 01 the t . . ee, ".uni ' ? law. The pi \ polie/wai ,.-. . th except will load ii1? to a ro.v and largor il ' A Razao" i? of the opinion that Brasil has 'von a great moral victory i v joining the eause of civilisation. This i . luntry ha? redeen of I be pa '. its inert a and puaillanii Arrayed Narain-t i.erman> "li p i ii !,?r tho title of " \. I g1 '." li 'h' i '.-ree in favor of th. Bra - ; interi tru . . .' A . gi rent tai . io? ?ide ' ith ?'. rtriiii- . li on th? . Qermanj - i Her polil tion i.? ? lorn mon a? ty have ] and we ar. progrei lg fear.'* the righi direction." The ".I"* nal de I mere ?." di elarei thfct . . ? ' -pom aneou I a sol : . eould i"-'" lose ght nf ti " principal real b? tween Gen ion. .The main fact li thal the right of neutral! te ?-nit', o? retal inter g themsol e ? ?? ' *t . taper expiai s -. "The . tudi of lira/.!, n? expresse?*) I new ii. * he logical COS II q ... .,,.! -J. Ml taeerlraa < nited ?Tile support givei . Brasil I ern republic 11? united all - injuatii s of I on led us to ?- . ? . th and to -apport the IU I nature thal soonei . r later wo ihould meei on i com m i ins of the <?:?l world faithful te the erne deals. Yesterday'? decree came natu i thi ' t ws pected "AN the govert ting 1 rnal ? I ' ng ti . te, bul . t" ?I'". ' liought of the Brazil? ian . oi . Milk to Advance In Price tor ? hird I une To-morrow Borden *- ompany I ik?*s I.?MH ?n In? i ease Others Will Follow : - g? ? ? ce to-morrot? for the third 1 . . -. men'? ? ' ait fall lav, the token th? ting the i li Va eei quart, a crae . I I milt. '.'..I lump from I-' t.. IJ'7 ? . ' - 1 ont? a qua irmilh will ? te IO eel . Condensed milk will he increased froi . 1 ; 1 ? . . .. half-pint, ami light cre? 12 te 13 cents a half N II be i .. ?.' 1 ige In the price of bee eres , which n ' I main al li . The Mutui - I orpo- | ral ion hi sdm d thal 1 In ., f? ? da ' ther dairy 1 panie-- ol to be 111 line, it ... t the coe! of everjrtl milk production hod gone up, and thor? di mended s 1 1 ni 1 of the product. 1 ?iei oner .Inhn .1 Dillon of ihe Department of Foods and M.ITKO. 1 nan! ' ' -' . ? . ? 1 quart . ; aateurise and traneporl ii I I ? * N.Y.Loses Hetty Green Tax Court Ruies She Resided at Bellow? Falls, Vt. I . a \: . . ? ? , ? 11 aim ? ti di ? in of surrogate ! owl? r the Mi Hettj Green we 1 a lenl of Bellows Fal . Vt., al her death l i "inn,on and .'? affirmai .- er court the e?':?te of Mrs (?ri . ' ? atad at abo 11 1100 . \.;. not ta able in ? - ild he ? eted about 14,000.01 .. . had "1rs. li Ic^al ? . , e tax, the 01 ... tatel III . . fee, West Point Bell? To Be Andersen Memorial *.*,'.? >.-Whal ? . - ; |.. the m?'-' ' ?* ai li it 1 cal ehime ?mel ca ia he in* made ??? I the Monee!) Flo'1 1 omi si f, in ti matrive towi 1 ...... .,. leaden P aa I M - lam ii 1?'? Major lie- era! Ri \- - . ? . foti imtri it I 1 f the Civil War haa thrilled reeder? of American . * . ero will ho I 1 in the .. twe tee s and , . . c, a *. it.? mouth. French Corporations Unite for U. S. Trade Business Group Is Counterpart of Reciprocal American Committee Tur..a. June St.- A group of Frereh corporation! is being organ.red te trade v.'.'h *he United St ii ? Their inrarporation, which will be announced shortly, results from the :-. itadiaa conducted dur.r2 the iel year by the Conine Frar.oe-Ktat . eomporad of Fren? man, financien ar.d itate'men. '.:-. i among them were If. Dal-Piaz. nanager of the French Uno; Har?n de Site, B ? Bai i ( I I director of the Paria-LyoM i 'er'ar.ean Railroad; ii. Tun,un, former Frenel I mer to the Sar. Fran? r^e LayguM, mer Miniiter ?f Pubic Inatruel i Terat, 'ormer Miniater Comm? . -. (Gabriel Guist*hau, former Miniater of ?ni of thia com? mittee: William Gravea sharp, th.* v? can Ambassador, and the Fence . liona i honorer) oreel lenta Pi rey Pe nette, former pr. ?-itler* Chamber of ? ommr? ., li t!-e general delegate for america. Thia committee [f the countcrnart of . i American committee, ?being organ? ize! under the name of the United Btatea?FranM Committee, with Frank \ Vandariip, president of the National Ctty Rank of New York, at its head. Japanese Urges Merchant Fleet For World Power Dr. Imaoka Says Predomi? nance Depends on Great Mercantile Navy ? 1? .. Tr"-?i-? R'K?? : \V:i>'h ngton, Juna -'.' By conatruet arcaat - ?nee! Japan ail) OCCUp) B pi ? p ^ K : 11 o 11 nmoiiir . . . Btioaa, '?e ? dea meeting the li ? ro economic eonditioni thal are to arila after the war, says Dr. Imaoka. managing dimeter of the Yokohama Pock < ..mpany, in the litaug, Sil ". " ii? deelarea that l m ; it? ?I fa? ' that in the future th? nationi in a position to utilise the ocaai . in? I will occupy ? ? lorn mt j tioi Pr. Imaok I part : "In order to : . - -?fully the . ?ere Monomie war that is ?ure to arise after the pre?ent confliC. 11 . i| rt?nl for Japan to sei-k room for her lui ? D the limitle?? expanse of th? sea*;. In fact, I firm -. ti ii the great '?.-??ans. which ?re placed M.?1er nobody'a rule, are 'he be-' ipheri for the activity of the Japanese peep!? . . "Jap-, ilr? pepnlated, and her population ia ineroMing b) i;n.i.i,n.i or 71 ,000 e? ery iraar. II will, therefore, not be long before the pop ? *-, reach? MjOOO,.I, aad then 100,000,000. In ?pite of thi? rapid m craaM m Deputation, th"re are ne g ?'? i her ?urp' IS DO| 'uni can migrate Hawai America, ? anada and Apatralia, which wer.* a* one time regarded aa moat adapted lapaneae emigrante, .lo no'. itter of fact, admit JapaaeM any '-In th? present stat ? .' South Ami n?'?. ? i ra and a nar' of ?is are th" only ? in the Wide world which boll ..u' .n j | .:. ipeel for Japanese emi grante, and even m these eountrie? . it a c1 e a "On the other hand, loud cries are . . .'? . . . .,?" livelihood and of the diatroMed eondi ' on? III \a hich the j .- !.. st ni?/ r brea ; i why I advocate the establishment of at ra on 'he seal in other worde, encouragement of ?hipbuilding. so that a l.'irge number of the Japa neaa may t'm.I their occupation on the \ requirea a - . in i.thrr wor.'a. fifty men earn their living on the ? -lilli I lie', a ?a h>. IP .hem for rapport, . ii ii'-1 -- :,- ( ? ? '' . rint? ti M . g .?? rapporta a fam ;i> mena, a ?learner of 5.0011 ' of BUBl t ons. A tonnage of I -v : 11 aupport .."inn peraona, and of -. 1,000 p.Tson?. Tho?e u'"o are employed ?vi the eonatruetion ol which arc. ?n a manner, emi? gra' ion place? on the ieaa, mint a'?o . - ? .?? conaideral ..I? -nir. i??* .-...- - - ita thi? labor of "**. is required to ...... | of shipping, ;?: d 11 ere .'.ne ;. \?. i! be II that in or 1er te build ii fonnnge of 600,000 the labor of . - aid be n? eded. . m that tw.a -. eari nr?* . .. ? the building of the?.* ?hip?. ma moat be empl??sed on shipbuilding WOrh over: day foi that time. If to thc-e -'cure? are added 'he number of depei lent upon 'h?i?e engage?! m sh ipbuilding w??' .'. ;!1 be ?e.*r. that aornething like lOO.OOrt ei ibled to derive their ??.-..I from 'he -hipbuilding I trj 'II.J. ara no email dgnrea. "Japan ?an i^' ! .. re and yel .riouK to ?he continent Ph.? of a big na? | ? ? n ich a? s bur urn-.?. ?Aa far BB ti." navy , .; rr.-'.c?->rned i be important fur Japan to main luefa n force a? i- aafleieatly pow? erful to keep a hoetlla fore* f fT the MM near :he emp re." -; ~* ". Court Rejects Time Clock Overrules Effort to Install Sys trm for Surrogates' Clerks Controller Prei I II oven i>?i - .. : , by the Appela*?- Divli on in tiis effort to imp . tin loci tem m tha om?-o-, of th? Burrogatea' . * of New York County. The plan ill a ayi each c>rk and other emp!' ve ?hould BCeOunt '??r every mm i time while op duty igata < ohalan and Barragata Fowler conti**-.le,i the ?yateni was Im? practicable > if ed to earn ' oat. ??:* api?!:e,| for a .'- I? Juetiea wen- Mam de.*:?led Bgainil m, and I - gher court yea-' til. t,ng To Protect Minor Leagues Miner leagues, : a the ... terril il rig according ' '. i ?; of ti?, governing boMd or' ti ?. Mat onal \ tioi I : ?.?mai h? ?hall ?Leagu - reeeivi I ii?. Treaider ' i.arn.';, of the Tiirce I League tO-night Petain Says Bad Peace Would Be Worse than War France Fighting to Keep the Faith of Her Dead and Children Blames Kaiser for War General Asserts Germans Long Planned Conflict with France and Russia - A || i .' . .-, ,., c, .... ;., f , . r-'.' Tari?, June 29. General Petain'? ar? ticle in ti-.' "' dea Arm?ea" ? ti? t-tied "Wh** \\ Are Fighting" has era uted a BOM In nar', '.-?. "Wo are fighting to drive the enemy from 01.r ter: tory and te prevent, by a solid and complete ?'ince any recur? rence of laeh a???*rt\-?s?on in the future. We ure lighting beeaUM ii would be a crime to hetray by a shameleN weak I ness the fsth of our dead and our children. We are fighting that DOOM may bring rel;ef te our eountf] se?! exorene a trouble that, with !? ha.! ending te the w.-r, would be than thal which we have ut fered.' Then Qoneml Peta te the . ?. .. of the war. ni'..: ?ng tue hi? torjr af the events of th? rammer al IP ? 4 and recalling the elTotts made hy France, Rui ia and England to pwveni the coi ' "??n .Inly lif? Nicholas II offered in a peraonol diapateh to the Kaiser to suh? le question to the Hagrue Conf?r? ence. The Kaiser declined the ofTer. . doubt, being eoaseioas li trime he had committed, euppreaaed in the Orman White Rook that hifthly imnortant diapateh. Bruquely. while Vienna wiahed perhaps to negotiate, William li precipitated the conflict by declaring oaf on Ru??in even before Austria) to the ?lo.= pair of the entire world. Wished War for \ears "The truth li tuet Germany for ye wished war against Russia and li France. For S long time she na.i foreseen an invasion of the two eounti minutest dots lining a spy organisation without lenl Bl d hy the most complete . ry preparatioi Thereupon Genoral Petein .-how? how the French government gave the ..i.lor t'i keep ita soldiers at ten kilo? metres from the frontier, thon how th? Germana broke through a' many pointe without .i leelaratlon of v.ar. and the declaration wa? marie Under the ridiculous pretext that French avi atora had thrown bombs . i ii Nuremberg. In passing te the violation of Belgian neu'rali*y he ?eye: "The (?orman? hoped to el lah a few- months by traitorously attack ing through Belgium with formidable foreei They believed it te b ? certain that before England could lend any ti,mi* more than her ' . !. army,1 they would he in Par - "What Germany wiahed the Pan Gcrma ?i. . ta of tin? N'or'h and Eaat, Flandere, Artois and Lorraine, BI d oat precioue mineral, induitrial and agricultural re? source?, to e\tor*. from us t? n times a? much cold e.s in IS71. " Beal ? Marne and 1 s'opj . , . <o Rive up her i'..!"-.i" ;...! little : ;,(-. has Germany rano her hateful dream? No1 a* a!!. The mor?- - . .' tri erui I lo? on l . i -???ek^ I'.-'ilils ,n I'eaoe "Beyond a do?:bt. humilioted ; verses, -'..ned by the blockade, (?lee.) ing from her combats, she <:. ? liU'T? that ..> to sj.y, full of pi ftt? . ?? peace whi? '., I to offer us, a ] "The pro? '? ruany i? -?i !". found :i lue roapei te ?o President W11 SO It an.I her ref-i el ' I what she i? tijrhti'ift* for proof in itself that thi? is ne' BVOV "Thal ia t.. say, whila no1 daring to* day to tell the aro rid, Corma all her preteniiom. led th? war *'. realise ti ara \: ne . L irop.? she proper? I '? . -..? ;,, Kir.,, ? . to it, preeip tated '. dec?an fared it Inexeaeahl? troeitlei In mointolning her ex? orbitant pretensions to dom i nat ii J- havir.fr the fai'h or the ? ii, -he i.s the <>. . i pojirr " Wilson to Open Hout?e Ball Game for Red Cross u Bah ngton, Jui i i . rt te morrow for the bom ?tween two ti ama of member? o' the IIm:?o . i|| be oponed bj Pre- di nt Wil n, who will t< ' ? . bal!. No Coast Artillery to France i ? ma? u ian ngton, lune ti :* .. sa Ind i ita? al the War Department toda) tiiat a recent proposal far I isa . itrt '. arpa pro? nfantry ha . I M ... . . -r rr.-ec'eii. ADVERTISEMENT SAVE THE FRUIT -CROP .?j??, "^7 rp00l Cane Sugar', Granulated j I K Rf?Man's CompiiV Sold in coetaaiaal boga ?ai One of tbe bett liked detararb -Preserved Cherrie?!. "Sweeten it with Domtio" ?ainiiii?!. T?hUi. Powder?,! . f ,.nt?rtit.n?r?. Braira k-?U? a To-mofrow $1.50 ?L, ?opatcong . and tif-r? taaaamf .try tuna?, fcnt? Holiday I?. W ?'d Si S 50: I 'rT-, ?n, | IJ ?leeka r> A?. j.?r??>7 etty . ;* tit gesM st v?mrt. H M A.M, To-moTOw, July 1 Atlantic City $2.50 .,, * $1.25 law i si . : .?.* i v, , L, a*?? I? k?'"n \i? . J?r??>r ?ti' - : , y p- ?,1 s? Kssrart ? M A. U. I A.ID COAL o sPai?Kc to a* roer Marine Council Moves to Tie Up 21 Plants To-day ?,.. dee reny ??"?'.wun ? -?. neater ahlp u ' lera aad the r em? ploye?, (?v.-r the rjeaaaad et t.1?? men for i mutje of $...*>?, : :.> pre? pared far the atragg i al rh ia ?spirt? ed to come to a bend to-day whin the men quit A>.rk fer the week A wilk "?' areul 1 I a up . ... m ment ?A ark. !.-. itrike order ia effective Mondiy morning. Henry ? . Hunter, ?p?saking - ?r "? an ay, Mid th??/ A oui,i ?I?) notait l I ?rder. Membera of the ?Marina r-adea ?ounci!, repreeeating tiie men. ?rent the di? completing plans iel tying up the twenty-ana Urgent plants la thai IM . lhere is ab?olute;> Ra ?jueitmn m .??I in this.' . rea .ffaUaaa ?ecre'ary of the Count I, "hat 'in? of ?age? adequate to meei 'he incr*sii4 eoal of living He era ia -cr?>a'e of nta ?i day. and * .. eoapaeiei do ? .1 ;? union to i trouble. "When Mr Heater apaaki of munni committee* from the employ? o? the pty *.tyin| lo . .?: i the as he li whin hi raise- 'he cry ?.*' ?he el'aed shop or recognil an of unieaa "There never area a tim? ahaa the COaananiei ?rere niakirg m rp money thsn rou lhere never ?a? s t.m? .? hen tue need of ti ? for ai BJ ". i. m1 .' al no?. limply ha\e gol t., have mora p ...?? ,. ? - ro* ?an ei? <e??i?. ? ?demand. ?And -ve sr?-' ga r.g te maka thal demand I In; ?? ? ?n?-?tir,g ? f thi .*. r?tny morning, Mattered to g've fit al order? to ?he t.'-.-n ii the -.iron? yerda ? ??>. at i, leeret mooting baal night. - i v ill m<*et ?gan this morn . receive any offer lo confer tha* may come from the empleyera or to . fj *::n.. oider- where eoaceeaieae I . B Mehany, of the ">psr*. la i?*en expec ?J to meka mother ? fferl te prt*?*er\? ;r* peace, could no' be found in NV Vork .,. I.aboi men had lit? ? con eeald de aryth Mr. Hunter aid yoaterday thi ^.-.ed the comnanW ? n j difficult) ni ?Ailing the | ? i eae who atr ka -We have thia ?saae thr*** i <- bui ..?. ageata," li * JL uiii ha** ""IT iL Theae are pr JA* ,d ' they are . f t W11 ! kara ?i ? M by ? m /." r/tM i i _ j* doing " irom I --??n .g". ehen me ?"a?'. '.. ?Ting on " Daniels Fights Sale on Waihlngton, Jane -' |ere*?w . ordered ?the , ' H Nsw Yard to ". V '" r gail.*"' ?1 te ona or? ki-? *o the ; tell li B1 a proteated te thi G ?-mor ? . It il that . I r.-.. ,. n te the M ? m ottering condit .'. aB .? <*. - i r.flu?*nce of thi ? '.mint i ,: be asertad ;o rr.?*ec ? nea 't r ? -- armful esta - -.?tit* -_1p??L(????^Ttttr Se Citt* C??w 56* 566 ?wo 566 ilftlt ApritUf. ^ AC ':* ?NO 47'- ST6 Ofler-today, until One o'clock Rare buying opportunities in Smart Apparel MOTOR and SPORTS COATS--^?^t-*,"'' $18, $25 SILK SPORTS SKIRTS $?r^i;58 -? $18 SHANTUNG MOTOR COATS 5?5T?_': $35 LINEN MOTOR COATS ?pft-,,9l ?old at "M5 SILK SPORTS BLOUSES-8^?1 " 56 COUNTRY HATS ?????J ?*"* - MO, M5 org.-iiiai-, mull, rtr. (Special group? of Sports Hats-to close at $5) SHEER SUMMER FROCKS $f5T0N?by5 " 52?? *35 SILK and JERSEY SWEATERS $35RV.tr. $2?