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i niu ouis, iuuiuA, AjAHUH 22, 1916.
DEMAND TRUTH OF NO U. S. PROTEST A GA INS T ' FORCED TO LET PETS I PREDICTS LYNCHING ZEPPELINS RAID PARIS; U.S. NOTE TO JAPAN Jinn I'rolcsls Ave Made .SiTllillM Secroei of Secre tary of .Stale Mryan. RADIUS OF BLOCKADE .GO DOWN WITH CARIB FOR AIR RAIDERS Objection' Barred by American Stand at London Naval , dipt. Cole lleiinl nm- Ikirk !. it. McCormick Relieves Knir Conference in 1909 and by an Agreement j 1'iircwcll. hut Ki'timd i I INhmon. Mh.v Take Ijiiv During the Hoer War. ' !o ,0 ,n(o 0wn H"'"'' DROP BOMBS A T NIGHT Continued mm Pint Pagt, CAIUNKT DIVISION DKNIKI) w.hiii.v,(T,.v. .m.,.,.1, 21. -There Ik ,m ,iennr tii uiiuh of ..otioi, p.r.tiv SKITM'KR RKTIfRN TO N. Y. LATHS IUMTISM A It MY HiIm ilm eminent if hxnlly I" piwltli'ii i to vmiil.iln If Hi- r.iillii" in imi"1 !- " " 1 .v.intiviros. March 21.- Ciicu.nst.in i, rpiiorls ve-e piil)!flpt Iipio to-ilny mw no lllollliooil of the I'nltcM Stute olij'cllni.- to the Anclii-I'rcitcli bluok.i-N (.r Ininilreil mUre tin t 1,'iOU mllrf. of Uern-mi) on the Kroutnl Hint 'lie. The H'itivjiIIoii illcil iilwve wiih tul.en i I,,. .......... i- .... 1. 1.. i .i I on the inlvlre of miimiI einertn whn ... .. , .,K. i .tr ....v.. (hrl. ,.,.,, ,,,,. , r... f ,, .,-nnR um.. r,v ... ,,..,. , win .Miuei , rorecloscil ft om iirolo-tlliK on ull (lf ,,, ,.lmni:rrl .miikIHIoiii. vvlil.'li iilMn CiWiif! us In t.e nolliv or till. K"un.l by Umowii rerorci. make l,lo,'k:i(le rilhtiliiK n i-linlcr mutter i.rf.v m lie.iic pursue,) l Seo-ftiiry In reply to nn Infinity from tli" Cnlte,! I "nlp"' 'n" '""i"'' Hi""" f l'l"'lul" pfM.ile Urj.in in rfHitil to the .ittituclt Statu in in the nrilu nf Ihe n.r ille.l 1 '"' Krr,,', ''xpnf,l , .. . ... . , .... .. " i me r.iuiu or tne noT.iiieu , T111, S1(p ,,,,irt,rnt i the rreit of Hi' Inlte.I suites icmnnl JhimIi rt. ,l0,.m,,. ,, Itrltl-li hiiiI Kri-n.-li tiotox 1 aitit.,tlnn l trylinr to "lint n foiirir iiiiimN tiin Ohln.-i. TWf lepor.tH note. ,.,.-,,1 ,,, .. ,..,, .i,..i 1.. I illnloiiiHltiMllv whluli IH -nn.iro with ..:,:oc.,n Mm. .neluO.,,, Mclltrr-1 'jj'',, J' t, .nntry l K ''.i"'n. j oiiriikiiI In honi" rnlnrp wnr mill m.i It now i(iurix tint tlio r.nllllH of tl lin o nVAlnii to IiiiiOp h UlorLitilr. n,,iil .' Hi' mi' nous"!', tun iiipri" i p, ii.nii.' 'h.it Mr. Hryiin Hub tho ii'iuty ,'j;Urt f thn I'rcslilcnt In III i)o;!i-.-10 !(' I' ' f'1"!" "1 tlf .liUniifjo.'lll tt,r f.ttMi.on frin the .mcilMn pulill NVirrH'oI'm tlirr l fVidcii'-' trta. ft ii.iz ilii-jH'.ii'trfi'tlon is ileloilnir P"inc ht1'.h Inti tcMm with Ihirp In (ffinif ts Ht (t.Ui In t'hln.i a-ul utivJiii; iii.mh-r if t'oiiKif. who fol Out tho nfl'.iii inilc .ir .ntltlfil to tho truth in rffnl 10 the Httltmlc of this tlovi'in m.iit toward Jap.in'i" ilenianils upon Idoni have there been sin- con- (1,1. lie import" an 10 in imporiam '11 AllleV opeiutlonn will he le tlu.11 that, , "'V'"'1 .'. 1, Z ., , '. ,, olije, (tons ,ial'it 11 n v proi'eiluic 1 which the I nlle'l jt'ile. (loertituelit I pro,,lt ,rlKcrHi which mUht lit'i lelf h.i., .letr.inltieil i.b u in.iMiinini In j,0 ,.0neiilcnt for the t'lilt.-.l Sliilesi to Pipmou" niS'MjFMOim 01 me rine or ll0"ll.lle t the l.oiidon n.ival confe reive in IM'd. wh'i'h ref tilled In the Iei'lar.tloli of London, the .nirrlinn deletriitN. of whom Admlnil Sto-'Uton wnt. the nAV.il expert, ctood out for a riidlun of action of at lea: l.'iOO inlle In cne of n blockade The Atlierlean drleciitlon save notice of a reservation of rlwht to adort In time ! n-.ir liner Wnr Prrcrdi'nt. tfriutloaal eltuatlon. The lnltcd States thN effei't when the rules of blockade uii'0'""l to no lliaiiiiainniB Kiience tf miii oj mc iomurenv.c. 11 .... .1.1 11... 11 1.. ii 1 I II I n 1UI1IW. II it liriir.rij, greater than that probably Intended bj til" Allies, whop operation", so far up (lerinany Is concerned, will probably be 1 til'' terpiCM 01 .lajian. ki .-nn lii-f been eiii.inatliiR from Japan within tin l.it ffv- dayt- rctiresentlr.i; I'ounl (ikuiiH. tli I'l tinier, as eaylns that tin piled State" approed the enurfte of i.n.., ,n 1 Ulna. rr iiapers in .iap.111 fc4ie been tilled with Uoh ftporli. while tfci underntaiiillnc m Viililii(tton l HU'tH to the contrary. II f ill llir-v iii'-i i',,.lll.-ll.', IU" ' Another mttalue In the dlploinatlc 1 hlsDiry of the I'nlted State- which Ik reiMvlns roilhlderablo attention In the Mud leu now belnif made wan the action taken In the eo-ctlled !ehiRo.i Hay vaxed dufltiK tjie Hoer war. Thee Involved a situation somewhat reKemlillnit that created by th Allies' 1 ini.i.ii... .f !ntrrHtii? with noti.con l much , ,. (P-,i iiirnuirli neutral ountr!e to am) from iSermany. Article? of American proiluctloti. both contraband and non-contraband, were eelK-d by the nhr ith the fall"' teportc emiir.ailui; Allies vonilne their operatlomi vlthln fn..n l'ekin an to iiriuen nun i.uian juualler radius. I tfifeiftce, inuny otllcials Here uelleve 't is fine for the state department to .iron tf policy of iteerrey and Inform :,v I'nlted States Just what action this .iovernment ha taken In reference to ;lie Jdp.me demands. "Prere were inl.iiiationf to-day mat -onltncd to the I'lncll'li Channel, the i,,,,ii, .i,ur r,,1lir.iil tn lvbiuoa Hay North Sea and the w:itr north and H nP1ur.il port (Ireat Britain alleced wet of Scotland the" articles were to be tratll" It Is sucuented therefore that the ported overland to the Hoer. I'nlted States fiovernincnt would be (,,. frdted States protested aralnt unwise in insisting at tuts 'im- tnst tne the yeUtnep, 'apt IMtcar I, rote, who eonim.inded ' the former t'ljile liner Carlb, sunk bv 1 a drlftliiK mine In the N'orth Si a off the (lei iuan coast on I'Vbiuar.i 22, at rived yoterilay from llottcrdani b the Hol land. Xinerlca liner N'Icuh Amslerd.ini w'ith Ids tlrst and third omcers. Ids chief HKlneer and two iisst aulensltm rs. i?npt. ('ofe was imwIllliiK to talk about the slnklni; of Ids ship until he reported to Ills ortin-rs. bill the story of the wieok was learned from one of Ills men The t'urlb. with l.iU'O biles ot cutlon for Hrenien. was held up olf Pover two days b a Hrltl-h Riiard ship and on her release iirocecded without a pilot to tic Hook of Holland, passim: many drlftltiK mines, but .ivoldlin; all of them. She tik on Dutch pilot at the Honk and Capt. t'ole entrusted hluicelf lo tho pilot, but kept on the brlrisre and had lookout" poetcd on eory part of tin ship, for ward, aft, Amidships and 011 the quar ters. There was a thin haw and the sea vim calm. The ship had little mote than nteeraire way when there was a shock itinldshlp". A break appeared Mhwartshlps Jtisi abaft the funnel The skipper saw tin' tho t 'drib's back was broken. A moment after the shock Chief llnitlneer Keoiven scrambled 011 deck ind sild tluee men had been killed 11 minr.HT it. iiefoiiMicu. l.nMio.v, IVb, 2i". The pew arrival In London K.tthers 110 Inipiesslon of war. The stteets are crowded, the city busy. Popular plays are heal palronlr.ed Tho placards ealllric fir Milunteers are modest. .aecotdlUK to our standards. Soldleri and ofllcers In service uniform are nuui' roils, bill unostentatious. I.'ist nidi: ihero wa an air raid In southern Ihifclaiid and seAoral bombs wire dropped among private houses. If lM.mi. uropptliK iMllseii muc, erne,,,..,,. ,.,,,.,,, ,vllp .,om, ..irh, hll, I Joined those on the Klffel Tower and tho two dlriplhle. were plainly visible In the wounded two workmen, but not serlousl. At Levallols-Perret, whero there ale many automobile factories, a Isiinb wrecked 11 house In the Place do for mollies and burled two bo.s In tho ruins. They were due out unharmed. TurnltiR hero and crosslnc aboto the viii, the Zeppelin etews IIiiik? a bomb throiiRli the roof of the house at Hue ImlonK, close to the ralla tracks run tiltiK to the tJaie St, Lazare. 1'ortu nately this mlssle did not explode, ami It Is now In the hands of the police. It I- about two feet louv and shaped tike a cHrrot With It was thtown no ap paratus contalnlnc benr.ltie, the ebleiil purpose belliK to atari a tile enrctillulits Pln.li. Hy this time tho seai-' hlluht- on the tmfajel Mores. In tho touleard ll.irbe, three hhvks east af the Saere Oenr off The public attitude toward It I" ver.v much as ours toward holdup men, although the authorities are mUlntf Kreater efforts to stop ale raldlnc than out s to stop holdups. I haxe not been ahlo to pet any oipresloii as to what action the authorities will take In th event of tho capture, of a raider. I be lieve, however. If one falls Into the hands of the populace and Is not Im mediately rescued by a constable Ijnch law will be Introduced Into Knclami. Whot, ono Kets to talking with the people, however, ho poon learns how serious a wai i rapine and how vitally tho pooplo nre taking It A woman who h .s lost one soli and four srrandsons In The lleleKfillnii'n Mnfrment, The statement made by the American (lelepMtloli at l-nndon on this subject was an follow h: 'The American delepatlon accept n.dow bv the eiilo.on of the I -I timiiths needs iieitlvi ebullience nor but an apreement was ,.,p boilers -Third AssNtant Knslnecr Vo.-ahular to make her feelllips plain. finally effected wheiebj the 1 nueu willi mi H.i7.zell of Peiieacola. a .-pan- . Tito complete unity of popul.tr opinion States Consul and a nniisn coir- fn Hrem.in unu n coin passer , mcperiiic i;verynnuy is rninuici 1 sloner were to arraupe for the release -rhe Hipper ordered all hands to th 1 that the censorship (which amounts to of the Atuerlcan Roods to their orlplnal ,otts, whtch had been swunp out on I practical supiuesslon of the press) 1 tne tiaviis iinu prnvisMinro ,t-iu. i", unnccc s.trv a-.n unwise, nux over.vuouj- the emerpency. The Carlb sank swiltiy the .ouiniunlcatioa which the Vtilte.1 l , Prlm-lpU-. Ik..I Xr.. 2t. with the rcser .Slits "nt to .la pa" In reinm! to China nas stronper than has been retire- 1 vatlcm thai the bclllperont, or the officer 111 nommand of the blockadlnp force. .on. led in the form of nn Iniiulry Into .'jfj .'s nlentlons. ,sicretur lit). 111 receneo io-iuriu ill' sluAinc lH--jpe f" ill Admiral Hewa of rudlurt of the action, which, uci-ord- 1 ItiR to our desire should not exceed 1.U00 miles. "The radium of action or zone of opera tion should be d lined immediately uti At,'nr nr tliolr nurch.ue by the llrlt , Ish lioveriiment at a Price which the , poods would have brought bad they j reached their ilestlnatlon. This arrangement was fully carried lout ami It Is precisely what C.rcat Hrlt aln purposes to do with neutral poods I seized on account of the Herman des tination. The Hrltlsh orders In council provide that Roods so detail!' d shall be either I requisitioned by the Hrltlsh lioverii ment or turned Hack in ineir oriKin.u of mo .lapanese luvy, who has been the ' ' 0,1 should be dtlued immediately up. n , 4 lf thf iin arr n,utr.,.. r.e.t of this Cvcmnicnt for .several , '"f 'I'laratlon ., a bloc kade b he of- I , ,fc ,R,1(i , fUar,P1B ,,ere that ...v. irteer .n command of the blocliadiiiK , .,.,. .luitnc the Hotr war set am abou' to depart from sour coun- t j However, tarlore I rto so iiormll lue t ex, aess m: deep giatlludo to you .,rd tirmpli 0U to the President and v,fr 111. 'ills and the penplo of America ue kindne-s and coidlalltj shown ii, I will return with the insipe '"U pood will toward .Input with I .nran.es that that will ictuent P ' -am 'elat'oiis between your and 111 u:.tr.s." To H .s Secretar) Hryaii replied: "Vnu: kind telcpratn Jul r.-ccleu. Tiu ' Isit to :!-e I'nlted States gave 'tamed assurance of the c nll.il filend- 1' existing between our two countries, J e a: e gratified to learn from ou our stay amung us has clxei, jvui l-llle Allow me tn sj in 'eiltrn .t o'lr people have been faxnrtuly I111- .sd bt your personality and by the .ee. ies which oti haxo made. Vour ic as given additional pro r ot a.1ait.'ipo to be derived troni ex po ..f visits. Muy -OU haxc a safo il 11 -onerous xovap home. Accept my re re pood wishes for juiirself unil i.it'j r.vii. GERMAN DRUGS NEEDLESS NOW. ' force. The American delepatlon do precedent .ippIU-able to a eonMdera- not wish to Impose upon beillp.rents sei : , tho present situation. 1 rules as to the lenpth "f radius of 1 action, but simply asks the right to fU ..... ., a maximum of l.ono miles when clrcum-I Cai.tlou. Prn.-e.l.irr. stances so ilemand. , 11iri.,iw concerned in the drnftlnp of "The delegation concurs 111 tho re- 1 . reiiresentHtlons that the I'nlted States will make regarding the orrlets in council arse 1 that It Is tho neces. nnd nobody had 11 chance to save any thins except what he "stood In."' Capt. Cole was calm throughout the ordeal aid checked otT the watch below as It came on deck. , ll hand" were accounted for except the threo men reported killed 111 tho ls.iler room ; that Is all hand" except a Huston bull terrier taken aboaid the. ship at this port, and an Angora cat that h id been the Cartb'e mascot sev eral )enrs The cat was asleep In some corner of tlio ship. on deck JU"t after takes a pride in bearing this hardship. There is a general but well gu 1 riled opinion thai several serious blunders marked the beginning of "ho naxal war It Is tlurefore considered all the moro nreessary to uphold the hands of the Admiral!) It Is A., felt, and It Is trut, tint whatever mistakes wire made. In minor operations, sn-h as permitting the es cape of ileriian ships to Turkish waters and allowing an Inferior fleet to tight r,n cs.li... Knvo been more than counter- but the dog came . h,,:nced bv the general efficiency of tho the Ufeto.it- hud nRVV ,) by Churchill's brilliant work tn tho re marks of Hear Admiral Lv Hrl regard- tug the nature of the radius of action to vary with gengtupl.lcal conditions, ih propinquity of the nutral l Tts and llltelests of netlttlll i-OIIltllerce, US well as with tho force employed. "Hy detei inlnlnif the area of the .one of operation the delegation Intel, ds to as!: that the force employed be pro. j portluiatc to the rone. No country I has been more steadfast than the I'nlted , States In Its opposition to paper block- , ades, and It holds that the force charged with the duty of enforcing the blockade must be proportionate to the- zone ef fected thereby." j lotted n n llloeksiile. While thf tlrlllri'k .Mi'-ration s not termed ittlci..ll a blockade It Is becoming- more mi l nwr" regarded as such 11 a piactlcal se'ce It Is con duiled from the above, Pure fore, that while the I'nlted States Hov- j ernmen' would do well aslt tho Al'les 1 slly tor "tnu. ns Just such case as those that makes the preparation of a new note a matter of considerable time. It has been Irdliated that it will prob ably be several days hefoio tne Hovem ment Is piepared to commit ltslf In a formal .ontiiiiinicatloti . to the Allies. While there Is 11 determination to in sist on the observance of Atnericin rights so far as that Is possible with out resorting to otlur than diplomatic ,,,( Illr riirrn for s.',i,i,r,.f procfilure care Is alo neing taKen not to put this iloveininent In a position which might In tin- future be Inconslst ent with Its polic Kor nils reason some officials are of the oplt Ion that t'le I'nlte.1 Statin would do will to limit lt-lf to a mere reset va- tlon of rights to take sud i on af i' tni nr ts I.' epi.'ll' . ass arising out of tho Allbr' bl.s'k.nle ather titan i-oiii-in!" tself 1 advance as for 01 against touched fie sea, barked at his vanlh- . i,,IVlng Pie fleet mobilized at th Ing shipmates and wfgwaPP'd with hla de.laratlon of war. enthusiastic tall n Jotnl farewell. j ptrhnps the greatest achievement of The skipper liked the dog nnd re- t),t Wilr ij, Kltchmcr's army. It Is not marked that only trr probability of ,i. Pr,t Hrmy In tho war. nor can It enilnngerlng the lite, of his nun pro- hops to be unless the war continues a vented him from returning to the side 1 , c,,r 01 more of the Carlb nnd Inviting Sport that j ' ,rt n aehlevomont of military nV wa.s the terrier's name to leap for his rj-y it exceeds nnythlng tho world life .has seen The gre.it Herman. Trench The bark of Sport was heard dimly nnd ltus!an arm'es are the growth of when Pi Carlb. with decks almost . furtv ..1 mo c years . the Japanese army awash, was engulfed In the haze The caetHwas were picked up b) tho li'rinan tatr.il boat Anna Iliis- and tlnall) reached Hreiner'i.iven, wheto tiny six the) w ere well cared tor Mi a hotel at the expense of ft '..-man ilovern- ment. Tlio t 'arm v iiisunvl for J-.,.iJ CATHOLICS PRAY FOR PEACE IN EUROPE any paitleular piocedun Irlllsli l.nliorn torles ri Mnuufiif ' . - liirlnu I'nll siillj . .1 ' osrspo'"rai r tu Tin: srv Lf '. March .'.. Successful W0IK 1 ' ten fro.il various nniisn iao- tn ie 1, Hie matte, of iiuuufactui- ns di ago ,1 mi proprui.uj ineincwi. o tu, ,iv" Heretofore come iroui ier- xn) This wil; nuan entire tndcpetiu- 'o . ijerinaiiy ill the matter 01 iocs' 1 e ,i't,'i the war 1 addifss before the governors lieLnidoi Hospital eterdax Secre- Mm Is stated that a London linn i" pi.lt 10 supply 'he hospital with v ,te .,f soda. .. drug ueii In gteat 114 Me-, 1 ne linn is const, iii'inih !! !! with .1 view to Increasing Its 0 11 ..ii' ... ,.i.,r, rr il,,. Pha1111aceut c.il: ti Snmntl she ks ate olamoiini. . ild ex p." nients are now pro-! fljr u1 pIlorlim,ti p, fight the tiel malo-. llshed yrsterda) setting forth that the g ... lalior.llotles an oxee ine . , t-Llt lot to the Colun-al nils-lon of Col l; .M. Iloii.-e u, i.eiinaii) SOMALI SHEIKS TO : RICE IN GERMANY FIGHT FOR ENGLAND FOR BUSINESS ONLY Semi Petition t (ioviTinui'iit ( Tliiit I- Wlint Itflntivp miv Akiim l'cniiiiiHi lo Kcaiinliim- ( iiIiIp .MiMiiri' Semi Wnnioi's. ; I'ioiii Mt'i'lin. Ciinliiml Kni'lcy Tnlxo- I'lii-I Solemn St'i'vii'ps nt St. I'd trick'.-. in A cable message from lle.lln was pub- l-icti .s not at pies, in, i's, "... , i.i.,.i k..nlnir forth that 1 n,i. i,,.s t,e i,ll,.,l l.i :.n o irller u ,1 Fu.i lie.., lb of drugs, because r"" J '" ""."""';.. . . ,,.1. .1.. " ,ve V; , aide .. obt'ih.'siippmsl'- ,,,'7'"1''"l!rry ure'.w Z 0 -" ,n "'" ",Ti' of vi. drugs as bromides from Ain'r-loier and tha , the) "' .,i;rVKc,v;iI clul- by Melvlu liter, who repp- In, d . p. fr.ni Itus-la. and '-'xc'5' T, .j.V ,,V tlio pis.amatlon of the senled himself a- all intimate peisonal ' ' P " w" '", sheiks catling oil the.lr follower to frlPIlll f Presldcl Wll-on and carrbd ' il otatorle LIVING COST RISES IN ENGLAND. , 1 1 CoMipiiriill. e Tnhli hon. '" rrenseil Prices nf llllllr. l.e , s M.i. h :. - Th" Clyde strlk- ' , n that Pie purciiHsins power eieipn Ild been fi'duced to - ... L indoi, the .vol ki rs ay i- js ,,t i,o,n 1 :.s. I 1, nlnwiug tlguris, whldi appear n t 1,,) - Ti.ae, have been carefully 1 .,nd show tho expendlturr of art v ,ige win kins class family of four d'l dig one ncili III IM'l', 1 1' I I "tat III" the ileniiaua wno nave u,. ....... ,,t,,rr , ,xnil tine to b- from tne presi In Airti'it, 11 '" (lent The mo..age adibd that .Mr Ulce was -aid tu have clled on IIcit von Iteth- With ' It.11,11. l,n In, l pint Ch.llicellol. th) otijlli and that when impure was made at tin 1. 1. .h 1 . I, 1. IS. fit. HP' ,'ealH. i.'ent. i-'er,-. 1U 14 'it . ;-.' . i: ix - , to 11 1 . at ; " . IS K. Ik . In i VJ 1 I" . il .x so . P.' I . 11 1" -'' . 31. :n J'i I; 1:1 U . t; si l" . 1: It u . U it' : !J aJ lii . t K N " ' i ' 'I ' . .t ; :o ia;r 11.;. J57 ,ur I'liitdr) lows . T I1I1 iflolniis thr tSnvi i-lior, thr llnkHtn of Jiibnlnml: Balaams, yea, tiiany salaams, il'id's mercy, bbsslnp and peac . " v""t,ie Somali of Jub.iland, 1-th I American Kinbas) ncernlng Mr 15lc Hertl'and Ugaddei'. nonprlslng all tn- the (ici-inan c.overnincni was hiii prised ti-Mies and Including the .Maghaibui. but ( (1) iniirn tni4t , Wns not known th'-ro not including the Ti.lamtlga Ogaden who , wxtvr said that lack of deilnlt" raTo-.' : Knowledge nbou, Mr lllc, " . ' ; .iiixh tho Somali have lug to repot ts In diplomatl tought agalift tlie tiovernmenl liven , fj,c situation ".,ti)llilng but ,basani" lately the Marehaii have fought turalnsi , fo), Anilllt!lllu, ii,.r,,r,. ,'i0N;r,ww''e,1',ave heard that the C.enm.n ' M-lvm A. Illc- Is president of l-on-Cov.'rnmeni have declared war on tho aid MacL,od & Co, ImpurterM of lln. n, l'lipllsh (iovernmeiit , with an office at t" Hroadway II" . . ...1.,.. tltn ti'ilielUn I . . .. Kfhol.l. our "Kinnni ...r. 'ihen nt innaiun. noar Atlantic Ulna Alter had, aeeoid. circles, in idc Prave's f..r peace were offeteil ve.s. 1 tenia)' In the Citholl.- churches of all the world, .x.'pt those in Ihirop- t St Patrick'- C.ithodral ''ir.lttiH, 1'urlc) is dipt cd the throne at the ponti thai mass hn. accnrdlup tlie Pope's dire, tlnns. the bb i-cd sacrament was exposed and again at solemn vespei lat night I Il was Passion Sunday and a ritual atr.uigeil b) Hie Pope was observed In .ill New York C,ithoc churches. 1 Special efforts weie made tn have chil dren attend, and churches that have 1. 11 go fiaiochl.il scIkIs, like St. Igna tius l.o.vol.i and llolv .'ame, mad- j pii't.ar.itlons In advance tn havo lb- I chllill'eo present ' Ciiidlii.il l''arle.v took pari when the l'siibn Mlserete Mm was sung at St. P.iitick's c.ithedral pli'tinr) Indulgence was granted bv the Pop- to all who tool, par; in ,my ' way In the solemn set vices vi sterda). In inn. 1 ,, tlm N'ew V111U ihuichis, 1 pticidllig the pra.Vct fo peice, tho pastois'told the cotigiegatlons thai the Popo was In "di op iilllillon at the sight I of .1 wa, which disiruvs thnusaiiils of )nutig llvis, brings miser) to f.inilui s and cities and rushes nourishing nations to tlie blink of tutu Net II" bears in mind that Muilphtv Ski I. whose pteio gatlvc It is to heal tv ch. istisi nn nt and tbioiiph pardon to I'ti-ervi. Is moved ly the pia)ers which spring fioni .ontrlte alul humble hearts, desltcs .uiletitl) that aliove the clang of aims ma) bo ho ml tin vole of I'aith, Hope md Charity, alone capable f welding together the hearts of men 111 ..tn mind and spirit." wa two ic,M.icjt in ill" maK-.iig. ! Tho English have raise.), eiftllpped and rained S.ftnii.non nieti In six months. ' An arinv of l.fliin.nftii rn-ti ie,Ulro up- proxlmitely .onn Colonels, an.fioft Cap- tains I'.i'.n'on Lieutenants nnd nearly 1 half a million of non-commissioned of- flceri. 1 Some of these have been tnhen from the regular line. All retired orttccre of s.., 1, , ..l.le aire have been called "I)UK- outs' the aro nlrknamed. Many havo , , promoted from I ho ranks of the repula- armx lo their own excesslxo em-tmrras-meni. but the hulk of necessity have com" troni civil llf ' P.. .11, P.nglih ',ewspa. r men and Knglt-b "Ulcers claim that the bulldlnp 1 of this arinv was facilitated by the cla-s I distinctions of the country, there Is lng ,r,n.- clie which 'o accustomed to com mand. .mother class accutomed to obey. Whatevir the re ions, Kltchemtr's army Is rapidly growing Into a fighting ma 1 i'Ii liit- When )ou realie that ll.nna.niio men I ai d bovs hroupht up In a civilian stliio I phere hive h.en willing t" undergo thH f.ir six months and as much iiitigei as t h-1!' siipirlois diem neces.aty. xou will tliehliig shafts of light Now -he guns on tho forts about the olt began to Join In the chorus, started by those at .Mont Valorlen, and special battel ies began to bark out defiance to the aerial vlsltors. The Hue des Dames was the next point of attack. The raiders seemed to be searching for the Hatlgnolles nail way, which Is the most important freight station In Paris, stid, they were very nesr It, for 75 Hue Dulong Is only half 11 block away. In the Hue des Dames two houses. Nos. 7 and , were hit. hut no damage was done. Krom there tho Zeppelins flew over the Hatlgnolles Hrldpe, on which the Houlevard de Hatlgnolles crosses the railways leading to the Oar fit. Lazare, the great rail road station of the western line, -hlci Is only three blocks to the south No. 9 Hue des Dames Is near the Avenue do Clichy, In the centre of tho cafe quarter of Parts, where once the famous "night life" Kept the streets alive until dayllRht. Another noted spot over which the raiders passed was St. Cloud, once the summer home of Trench ( kings. Worn the natlgnnlles bridge the Zep pltns turned and threw another bomb In tho Jmpsjse Milord near the St. Ouen gate, where araln no damage a done. Then they went back over tin. suburbs, attacking Cllrhy, centre of a manufacturing district, and then Asnl. eres. acros tho Seine, where tlie famous dig cemetery is located. Ilnldern .Irs nninlisjrdnl. Tho Inst glimpse Parisians tn tho city had of the Zeppelins was as they were shooting along above the Place Clleliy, closely pursue I bv a dozen Kronen aeroplanes, which were bomlnrd. Ing them with machine mms, all the while keplng them tn sight by aerial searchlights. This wa half pat 4 and since it was too early or rather too late for Paris to go back to bed every one seemed to stay up md sp-nd the ro of the morning and Indeed tr,ot nf Sunda) recounting th'lr experiences Th- poilcr In-'rti. t'on- that the mel m more than In Ibe Tatibes. and inanv ' spent to-d.i) 1.1 iheorllll boastinp of Hie fict that the illilglhles fulled to 11 v over iniich of tl I v Itself and thai tin it exploits weic limited to the northwestern stlhtuhs aid .0 a shot' and in. Ifeelual exclusion over the Hatlgnolles section. ) Tlinnittil It Vn (nrlinit. Peine. J The majorll) of people 111 the dlstileti nltticked thought lit lit -1 . as was natural, that the noises they beard were due nil the 1 in 1 ,t 1 1 ik of garbage tins Into the1, It rii automobile temoval carts This j conjectuto was dispellid bv the report of camion, and thou every one. tpnotltig' police unlets to eek places of s.ifet), 1 rushed to the el 1 vets In the hope of seeing soinetbilu-. I'eW wile able to. distinguish imMhliip extranrdltiat) ex-' cepl the searrhtlgh', nlthnuuh matt) could hear lite imlsn of the motors line of Hie raiders is said 10 have been ' hit 1,) the Ilic from the fort. here. Per sons In ilarennes. a suhiitb neat clich).! said thai the big clg.11 shaped craf , seemed to waver and not to II v Very eteadllv. Xeverthi'b'ss II was st iblo enough tn attack Uar. nun, where a lioinb went thiougli the roof of a tn 'I wlfeV house and exploded in a ri.otn In which a hale, was asleep Th. fir Hire w is smashed, but the chdd was unhurt. Saint (iermaln in Lave n irbv. was also attacked, seven bo-nbs being flung there, but only sl'ght mate ..11 damage was done. The correspondent of Tlir. SfM, to see If reisirts that cons.defable damage bad been done and that several persons ' 1 1 hen killed, paid a visit to-da) to tho suburbs v.ilcli were attacked The small extent of the harm and the few personal Injuries were extraordinary. It might be imagined that the authori ties would minimize the edicts of tho raid In order to ptevent a panic, but they did not do so. In the tlrst place It was unnrrrs-nrv, " the-e wa no svmptons of a panic, and In the second place the ntllcl.il accounts are fullv eon firmed over) where. A roncietge in the Hue dej. Dames who was reported to hive died from m "' 1 t0S1'lS t . 1 1 1 1 1 1 " T!u tnt that lattt hi j f xfthhkMt, tit " I ' Vhf Jtut? thru hait. Stmi-tr-. I tit Vm to ten! Ik net! lot tn nonmptfabk fnfrArj. " , Carstairs J Rye RE mre you get rarstalrs Hvc in tlie lion tctillablc tiottte "a gnml linlllc lo keep good whiskey coml." Carxtairs Kjc 1. the oKlext, I lie putext,tlie finest vv hixkey in yVmetica. $ k 1 lt till jr lilemleJ (trul aieil in vxooil. Call lor ('.it.ialts Kveat your club nr hotel keep It 111 jour home. d Slesirt IL.tilltne C.n. I i.iia.i,.K,. New itrk llaltlno'ro llslaldl.hid I'HS ft , J V I Newport. Ilallbnnrr j I t of tho two little thnrnughfates which had suddenly sprung Into fame were the heroes of the dav. All of them hid been .i-oiise.l hv the long await "1 ilium of 1he firemen's bugles and some vvi ro ahe to tell proudly how. with then verv own oos, thev had so n the 1,'s "rman fright assur. il the correspondent In pet -1 marauders, son that she was unite alive. An Incen- The crowds of sightseers weto some diary bomb struck a roof about 2T.n j what disappointed, howevet, h 'he tack yards from th- Amctlean Hospital, but 1 nf evidence nt bnmh dropping, for from the flro was inilcM)- put out I the stteets one culd si e nothing nf an Only nno Zeppelin was seen nt N'otillH untoward nature Delight at the failure It seemed tn linger in the vicinity and 1 of the "Hoches," as the Hermans are was picked up by 1 searchlight which j ,.Hed, to w re ik any e.xtinslve harm tan Kept It in view ami pinyen upon 11. pgh. making It resemblo n slender silver llsh Machine guns were aimed at the craft, but the results are unknown, l-'lylng at an elevation of .inly T.nil yanl It mob a ptetty Inler.Htlnc sight while the gun ners pi" th" forts tried to bring It down "I ought not to siy It." 1 em.it ked one o) ewlttn s, "but I would he clad ir hey came every night, as it Is an excel lent e-xa'nplc of moving plctute war fare." At Asnlores tho bomhs were appir ently dropped In pairs, one explo've nnd ono Incendiary The one which did tho greatest dimag- struck a house at a point eight feet from the ground, blow- , Ing i ga))lng hole In the wall and driv ing a partition across a room in which 1 two persons were sleeplnr They were I blown out of the opposite window. "The bomh they are using now must l,o inferior tn those thrown a' Antwetp," a Helglan woman living near the Hue des Dames assured Tun Srs cor respondent Inasmii. h as she was a resident ot a str'et in Antwerp where several persons wore kllb d bv one ex plosive, she m.i) h' icgitih-d as An authority on the subject G ICR MANS JUSTIFY RAID. tftncl. mi Purls Wile Ileitis lo Prenell, Mis llcrlln. nr.miv. hv wireless p, London March slerprrs I' liln In roil. Tho force of thr ex phi. ion pulverised the walls, hut ex. opt for th" f u 1 that 1 the gas meter f . on the s,'l,es .,s they lav under the .lehtls tru-v weie uninjured If their hc hid been a few 1 Inches hlrher thev would urly have l on killed. Tho force of the explosion was confined within cleat cut limits, for nn eleetrie light globe, six Inches from tb bole mail" by the explosion, wns tint bioken nines will ho tho greatest Item In the repnir hills In that n-ighhnrhnn.l This hotnb. fa 'ing on a ,s,llCrete llOOT. TtKI'le .1 i,,,ter three fl ,'T deep unit a ,ln?en a, toss j choly ai d distinctive timt-tnnt ..f the i The it ndiai v oonih- appa i entl) .N.n- , I Hie air raid on Paris w is nude as a reply to the tu.l of I'leii.-h av at-irs j on Schlettsfadl, aeen., hug to the follow. i i'ig note appettdod 10 -lie otll. al i inn- mniilcH'on js',., this afternoon; "To n nd"r mo'-e Onjiretolxe our npty to the misdeeds of two Kron. h iv'itors al the upon Alsatian town "f Sch.ett stadt riome heavv hotnhs were dropped li ilfrtjiHTi airships last night on the f.ittns of Pais and the rauro.nl June poll at '"..nip i jno " fire horns, anici make a w.indroue sound followed bv a sharp bugle cab. would mean Pie npproa-h of Zi ppclire, bid been almost forgotten bv the poopl. o' Paris. Therefore, inanv persons nuesilonisl. when these mournful noNes ver heard, wliether nn)th"'ig mote serious than a lire was nevnrrlng. In de.sl mai.y slept rip'it through th- ills, ttirbance. In ilio Hntipnolbs district the resi dents of the Utifier finals cow.led the lodges of the concierges ami shtve.o.l Pi" night through untP t te bugles sounded aga'n, s.gi, f ,,g t ,,t tt.,, danger was over Pins rcf. is. I to be ta n some prejiar it on H ,el i nleum . 1 which on i xplodlng sp.,eh. s ..hoiii. liuin.ng with part leu nr ohstln.i, v All M. T. FOR ARMAMENT LIMIT. Vritnlil s. Hun iiltei' nxs I . , sliititlil l.i'llil Villi i I, ii. Ill, ip.w-tie. . L.l,. ril mom- ,,el t. w ho with the meat' thi nation The Pngllsh have brought common etiso into uniforms. Aside from lm tier, ptlble irisignl i. men and ofllcers al kn ne dressed as they would be if starlit g fot the unode, without shape to thiir i aith' s or waste of money upon mateilal soon to bn damaged bv mud trill II od BRITISH OFFICERS' LOSSES. I.illesl Lists slut-- 7'JI I eisiiiille n .Nellie I'lllipellr end l. Illnl. v,eeii( ( iiMe Dtiixvrh tn Tlir Sis I.M...N, March 21. -The War HlDce i i. sued a luttlier list ,f I'm casualties, aniong olhc. rs in the fighting about Xoiim Plnpeile and St I'.Iot This I brings the t ,1 .i 1 casualties among oltlcers ! In two we. k up to r.'i 'l tins i, inn-Let- t neiil v -sev en w I e Hrltlsh others in the Indian arm) and forty-four nitive ottlceis In the same command. Niliniialt) issued to-nlghl a list of tin.. . .Ulcers and tw ent) -seven nun killed and tour men wounded on the Indexible in the fighting In the Dar danelles, loiii men killed and an otllcer and tour tinu wounded on the lne. slstible five men wounded "tl tho Alni.in and three no it wounded on tho Majestic fragment d th.-.. bombs slmwed thai Ihe) are about a foot In ciicumteri.nco f all the spots In Paris, two tawdry, winding little streets in thf Hatlgiiolles quarter, ion minutes wall, 'ncn the grind s.tileva'-'ls. tieea ne l'u .itltre ttf aura t.. i T te) 'i-i . I'll. -I Dunes and the lino Duh.ng. W iere thr If, - s nlr.s'ilps s.mgnt to dup'ii'ite rheh pc tO" unices NntWerp l'l,ll and I'i 1.' gl II I -o.g t'.f-i sttci' 1'iri ,w , w e ,g. c ..v , . t' spi , lo. t .,,( .1 tl . ',,'st, 1- .' T',e I.'- 1. fS VtnoM 1 .r o' the 'ax id I.b ... il I a" t, ei . Pat! otg. i el ihlts ii. I 1 Con, mi -ion, his written bt'it to 'h" Nnnti'.i' l.e.igin to Limit Armaments In whi.-h he eotis. nt- to net as OH" of the le.gue'i l:i 1 1 is advls i-S and declares that the I'nlle.l Mates should lo'id In the movenn t.t towar. -met Intern. itlon ,! re! iwoiis'jii "The great urn" irtlr'it. nt the Kurn peit. Powers, s,. ,j. h-tt. t, "have tot ." long be, n e md Ins it istr...l . ',' .!,' , I w I. L- ae '.tig nn ni.M to sal, p us from t hev w i -e (iro vert t' havo il le t to'-e ter- illll BOTHA DEFEATS GERMANS e"uli Vlrlcnn Troops Tub Hen nnil Tun fiune. ,7l I ,it,)r, lit, patch to Tin SIN ''N".,s. March 21, A despatch nndrr IsyH datn from Swaknpmund, the '' nia ii town Just across the Isirder '""ii tin Ualiisli Iluy territory, sa.is hnra tu-htliig is In nrogress In the In- t'ri',i The I nn, ii rnrcen. comiiiaiided by I'rcmii- Itritha. tin. de.-natcli savs. have lull led ii.inlderable losses nil the win) nnd have captured 201) men und two puis The casualties of the Union topi-i ,,l.io were fairly severe. ilovernntetit Is finished. As e jnoii ., oind drives t in sand hills or our '"oe, coast into new formation- so docs this A relative news of lierntan ev ik hearts and .pours Into tlie service of t.,e IlllPllsn lioveiinue,,.. ei... i, .1..1. mi Somali are f!....e....ieivl. Dally III m Willi tl " of Mr. Ilice, a ho Is cot uerted with the. Importing linn, said over the telephone fiom Mr P.h i V home .veslerday uflninuon! '.Mr Itlco went iibioad on busln'ss Since the wai mosuue Ktiplish we firay for the success of the s,t,,r,., the firm lias had difficult) Hi inns. Da' is K , ' I g'ttlng poods and his mission In .( 1. II, niililrr'e Wor I.rrlure. Jl'ivtiig nlctures and a band from tin" I'-amshlp President Lincoln assisted II. "iiii.iti llidder of tho .veto ioror 't'tai-( liutin in a pro-ljermali war "1'iirc at tlm i;itliigj Theatre lasi nigui "d jestiid.i) afternoon, The pictures 'To said lo have been tukeil by per Ji'mion ot the Kultnr and to be the "!) sn of the kind yet shown In this nnt I'lllKI"-'! . ' ...1,1 .i u lie If 1 ' HO'I li,",he Kn2u h are Uctorlous! C.d inany U for the sole pur of lea,,- knowH the ilcht. He will help the rlPht. I lug If It is possible to get goods out of Wo have hiaid that Indian asliarls . t,i,t cmnti) This knowledge Is iieei s. . . e.. i,s mi have been sent lo upni .", ",,, !. a,-y iixniniv wr .,o " ".' . A.J o,.,, iini.t f,- p,i,pand al" Ne be' the- I Kivernmeut lo allow our "I am unite sure P-eie Is n. t rill ti n wiiTlors to snnw their lovalty. sim) that came from Iterllti b 'in former 'la5' L'''.11 'pven 1 eable Nlr Itlcc is a personal friend !,nw It Is so Tt is -mr "ustoii. yet with lot' the I'.esident. It Is prrfecl, a the ilovernm'ent. Apalnst tho nermann j that any American going abroad now our wniue, ...... ... ... ,, It is so. iiy lion u 'o . - la so. ,u A few days ami uianj "." In nrdei tint the linn may I" ubln to make Its contracts '.. I a a . ...... U II rrllll-S. . I I.I ..!.. It.n nr.,.111111.,.1 ..,' I..r 1-e nre as one. uureciv ro, .-m " i soou,., mi,,- n.-- i-i. ..iio,. WO are an uu. ...na- ll. llmlL ..... -a .1 ..f il.A K...i 1.1...1 lv 1, 1, 1 ., ,,, 1 . '11 11 1 in in .0 111. I. r 1. 1 11. 1. "I do ii'il know whfther be got a letter ftom President Wilson, but It li ven likely that he did. If he has1 ,.,1111' rv left this country to evl up the ,.), a letter he got It merely as a lerm iiis who li.iv liivftileil our country I business man as a mailer of protection iiV ifr ci May Hod prosper them. t i-onvlnre lioveininent olllcials that Yet o'li liuklni, with all humbleness, ),e Is what he represents hlmseir to bo dHHlre to beg or Ibe C.ovi'riiment to In case suieh pioof Is neccssat). Vou . ,ur sous and warrlots to talie. ,.,, .-est assured that Mr Mice's niis . ..1 in this rreat war against the Her- sl.tti Is simply one of business on behalf il. 11, .-" , Tl.nl.' e l.lu fl"n " 1 ney are 1c.n1. ,n nm ,,,,. tlod ....... ..wll.lnei' re eager. !rant them the boon and Mohammed la with uh an. If lioveriiment wish to take away all the 1 1 oops and police from Jnbaland H Ik pood, We pli'dpe .missives to act Lh 1111" ciovetnmeiit asliarls until tlioy rel.. i.u- hog that this, our letl " . ',....:..i ..1 llie feet of OU1' Klllg SSd niiViTo,' who lives in IMP.and In token of our lo)ally and our pniyois. The Somali Shelhs of Jubulund. through Actinic Krovlnclat Cominlwlonur Klsnniyu. It was denied lit the White House In Washington that Mr, It tee had been sent hy Piesldent Wilson on all) mission to I'.urope 0. GREEN STRIPE SCOTCH Pure, Light, Delicate, Old. ANDREW USHER & CO., Edinburgh Knox Hats The Silk Hat the last word in style, quality and that indescribx able "smartness" is always found in Knox Hats. '152 Fifth Avenue at -10th Street 6l Broadway Singer BtiilJiiiR Broadway ; 34th Street Beginning to-day and continuing throughout this week, Saks & Company will do something that il is believed has never before been donecertainly not in .ew York City Every Pair of Men's Shoes All the Newest Spring and Summer Styles Just Received from the Makers will be Sold at a 20 Discount " More men must know tho Saks SIkh' Shop. Tho IM PORTA NCK and VALUE of a SPECIAL PRICE aro corlainly measured ly its TIMELINESS. Wo havo chosen this as tho most opportune time of all the year, and tho '20' reduction on all Shoes, w ithout reserve, as th most practical and interesting- manner of introducing tho Saks Men's Shoo Shop to men who havo not heretofore bought Shoe.'- at Sak'. 90 Styles of $4.00 to $8.50 High & Low Shoes At the 20 Discount, $3.20 to $6.80 l,ow Shoes in Ki'i'iifh. KiieTlish itiul Aincr iciin lusts. Vamps an' in ureal liversit of styles ill black ami nisset leathers. Quarters of the same leathers or in eon trastiiiK buckskin, or elotli in many shades. ' 1 1 iuli slioes in K.nulisli, Ki't'iii'li ami Amor iean lasi Mlaek leathers, dull nr shm. leather.s in annus shades. I, at. in coinhinat ions nt leather nr with either lilaek and Russia est ell'eets cloth tops vamps. or laissia 20 Styles of $4.00 to S7.00 Men's Sport Shoes At the 20' Discount, $3.20 to $5.60 ' Canvas, buckskin anil Russia calf Shoes, low cut and high. Sonic with "saddle straps," others in flexible leather or rub ber soles and heels. ' White shoes with while soles and heels, also Shoes made in elVective combinations of whitc-and-Russia, and white-and-black leathers; buckskiii-aiid-Russia leathers, and so on in a score or styles. ' The original prices remain on the price tickets, just as placed there when these Shoes arrived from the manufacturers within the past few days simply deduct the 20' discount. V., 'II i .,v-tf!,'.7t,...tf.A-.??....-