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D'ANNUNZIO ON THE
SPIRIT OF FRANCE
First American publication of the treat
Italian poet's tribute in sonnet foim
"d painting that inspired it.
In THE SUN next Sunday.
THE WEATHER FOR
Fair to-day and probably
rising temperature; modera
Highest temperature yeste:
Detailed .weather, mall and
t. . . '
VOL. LXXXII. NO. 280.
EARLY END TO
VILLA IS SEEN
Leadpr. it Is Believed. Will
Xot Fifruro in Mexico
WILSON'S PEACE TLAX
Wahiinoton. June 6. Information
obtained here to-nlght In ottlclal quar
tn indicates tint negotiations may be
eon Instituted between Carranza and
Villa looking to the restoration of order
In th- republic of Mexico. That Villa
I willing to meet Cnrrsnr with a view
to compcslng their differenced was con
flrmt her to-day.
HUlo Arrnndrndo, the Carranza agent
In this city, admitted to-nlght that he
received n suggestion from friends of
Oen. Villa to outline tome basis on
which the two factions mlRht meet In
council. Mr Arrondendo promptly for
sard'd this communication to Carranza
it Vera Crux. Hoie Is expressed here
(hit the Flint Chief will receive the
offtr In a conciliatory spirit.
Villa's apparent willingness to talk
peace with Ills nntngonlst confirms
itatements made early In the week by
friends of Villa that he would accept
in principle President Wilson's sugges
t.on that Mimcu's doubles be adjusted
by other than armed force.
Just what reply Curianxa will make
to Villi l n mnttcr of lively specula
tion In Washington. Olllclals hero have
felt for weeks that Villa wns rapidly
o!iu ground and that his end as an
Irl1ufntl.il factor In the situation was
Imminent. Whether Corrnnzu will be
dljpo-eil at this t.itc day to deal with
Villa as suggeMcd In the President's
siatement Is not known hero, not even
by Carrunzu representatives.
They declined to make any comment
lo-nlclit on the communication to Vera
Cruz or Id speculate on the probable re
ply It Is the general expectation heto that
unlci. thtre Is evidence of peace In
Jltxlco by July 1 preparations will be
made for mora radical action.
Information that come from several
nun i-uiuen irum several .
Minn along the border -has caused
rae fears of an epidemic of typhus '
fevir In Mexico. Uen. Evans, com-
nundant at Fort Sam Houston. Texas,
reports that cars hearing refuge from
Mexico ha arrived on the border full
of typhus carrying vermin.
urge ns or the Public Health Sen-Ice 1 -
nd tin- Imnrigratlou bureau are oo- 1
operanng with tne army to prevent the 1 macnine. 1 aatea .May ss and the second May 1.
ipread of the n-ourgo on thc American The complaint alleges that as a re. I Ther w" many figures marked on the
I'di, It is the purpotr of lli p.ed i'mh suit of thc fall Mr. Partridge suffered b'""' B" " Mrs- -s'wart had been cast
to send medical supplies and dlslnfec- n evere Injury of his right hand and lnr up hcr acff,un,s.
lasts to Texas cities and other places I right arm and wrenched and strained The namc of James Mulhnll of Tona
a!epR the border. I,lg riht .id. niit, ,-. h 1,.. wanJa. was found In the room and alo
n,T U"U' Pro-
m:;ratmn laws. The Mexican authorl- ' oI'1' "f5 on of tne forniost sculp
tin recently sent over the border l.r.OO '" tnls """"try for years. Hl
nulv, u-ho were returned to Nuevo "ther. who was a business associate
fitn Be vol, general manager of the fr the stane, but after an engagement fiend of Mrs. Stewart, that her ntt'or
IIM fios., started to-day for Texas, w'th the Wallack's Theatre company he ncy In New York Is Frederick J. Stln-
hc e . will take charge of the wnrlt I
f relieving the star-vine ni-mile nt
.l'xl'0 lb will nrst confer with Gen.
rurvloi. and other armv mpli' iilnni th I
REPORT VILLA DEFEAT.
Oflli-lala lii Writ I'rua Say (Mire-cull
V 'I "''lr icsmtcr. to Tin: Sin
Vnu .,.,. via Galve.lnn. jB. 1: I
A il,'i.,r ri!.,,, rii.r......n-. . . ...
there In g.-. ;it . vultntlon In ..m-lnl Hr,i !
"I V'M "niz with 11 relelirntlnn liv th..
The gent-ril nnlnlmi prtirpKMl lu thnt
'he hi-a. i(.f,.i,t suITercd by Gen. Villi
111 ui.itie ., ! hcli. the situation so far
' tlie tei,,; .r.x of Mexico with the
e 1 .. a e oonccrne-I.
1"- til.Kgou In hlh report of the
"I n... ... ,... .i 1-- I
'.".j .. VU'' "v ,,n' ,,n,tle Angeles
,c1 1, Willi small mums nf follow. 1
11 111 dlfli'ieiit directions'. Our
.ue pluming them north of Leon.
Mini bat lieon occunlid bv the Cur.
ll"l trnon. All lh enoitiv'u truln
M .if 'llery were captured. Tho bat-
j'ie iici nier a zone of thirty miles.
tiv nidrred the reconstruction of the
llro.nl ami telegraph to Vera Cruz.
WW. HEN AVI DES KILLED.
0"r (irrlf,.r l ull In A llrmpt lnlf
l't t ros Un- Hunter.
k.. .. .
i mo t;
A despatch signed
' x ' '.v.i. i-lilef nf the telegraph
Mi. ten . .UxVo. to-day said that
' 1 ""p" In an cnga-,onient had
io ... I'nuenlu BcnavidcH ami u
f Ot . . j.Pnn .Kf-nrt whn
The in, .
.i. to trn American bonier.
.'. ,r lii-ncrals nml other olll-
nanleil b a htrong escort, at-
'tn, . ,
st the American fiontler
in the State of Nuevo
H.ilril nn th" tillllO.ld Ite
"" and Mnlamoios, when
'n 't r. .j column of the troops
' ' He A battle ensued, In
Itenavides, Gen, Dclgado,
Uio ami all tho otllccrs
i....iei thfin were killed. Ucn.
Ii allli'. I'liiiini.itiilril Vllla'a
K gntla Varagosa" until pro-
deni (linleriez broko with
n.iia fni'tUiii last February
'0 city Gens. Bcnavides
" vnh their troops nccom
' .mil havH since been
' "Ii inly 111 the State of
'it i.-i. Unities wan Minister
'. 'iuiicrrez Ciibliiet.
fltLDK TS VICTORY SOON.
rrniwn u,. rrr.rr, K,h f
'lev lin n llr-lt,
r t.iipo weeks a month at
eot Hon will be over. Never
""' been to bright for
Jh "ir,,,. ,xpr(.khPl- a)lt nght
IM . 11 nephew of Carranzt
ihi 1, I'-ndcr In hln forces,
art.veil in Nen Vork by tlio Morro
Castle of the Ward Line on Saturday
and Is at the Hotel MpAlpln.
I do not say that all fighting will
bo over. Hon. Villa knows tho moun
tains of Chihuahua very welt and It may
be some tlmo before he Is caught. Hut
he will be fighting only as a bandit
lights to stave off Inevitable destruc
tion. "It Is a pity that here you get news
so exaggerated. You say that Tsmplco
Is In a state of starvation and that the
people of Vera Crui arc crying for
bread. I do not know what has hap
pened since May 25, but when I left
Tamplco everything was as usual, the oil
wells working busily, every one going
about his business.
"As to Vers Crus do you know what
formed the cargo of the ship on whloh
I travelled? Coffee, from the planta
tions of Orlsaba. Does thst suggest to
you universal desolation a sort of Bel
glum? In Mexico city itself thero may
be tv lack of food, but there will be no
longer when the armies of the First
Chief arrive there."
WOMEN IN IRON HILLS LIKELY.
Immigration Decrease Expected to
Cause l.annr Problem.
PlTTSscan, June 6. J. a. Butler, Jr.,
steel manufacturer and president of the
Bessemer rig Iron Astoclatlon. believes
a vital problem confronting the Iron ond
steel Industries Is a threatened shortage
"This shortage will become more pro-
ns the European war nd
vnnccs," Mr. Butler says. "It would not
-v .y yiuuw i0 nnn tnouaands or women
III mills, bllllt flirnana. ...a I...- ...
I Ing the work of men before the Euro-
r ciesea. This would be an
extraordinary condition In the United
Slates, but In Europe women working
in the Iron and steel Industries are com
mon. "We cannot expect much of an In
crease; In immigration until long after
the conflict has been settled."
HURT, SEEKS $15,000
Sues Oarage Company Rccause
Injury to Right Hand
Halts His Work.
fact that the right hand of Will,
lam Ordway Partridge, the sculptor, has
beei Injured to such an extent as to
Interfere with his work Is disclosed In
a suit he has filed In the Supreme Court
for 116. 000 damages from the Peugeot
Auto Import Company.
Mr. Partridge alleges In his complaint,
tiled by Hlchard E. Weldon. his attor-
.1 . . :
LI - i - . " " t. at 6 P. M..
,L '-7"" "i forty-
nl,lth "-reel, between Sixth and Seventh
nv'nues. while agents of the defendant
c0lPiny were towing an automobile Into
tne ara- The automobile had crossed
,lltf sidewalk when Mr. Partridge at-
empiea to pass and was tupped by tin!
rope which had been used to tow the '
or tne late A. T. Stewart, educated him
gave up acting and studied In Home
under P!o Welnskl ihe llnaiilim unli,. .
tor. Among his works Is the statue of
Thnnm. .IpffAi-ann urii.1liw l fr... e
nallsm, for which tho will of Joseph
Pulltxer provided J2S,(100.
Mr. Partridge also did 11 bronze statue
of Horace Greeley, which was erected
by a memorial committee In the vlllag
of Chappaqua, facing Mr. Greeley'.-
T-V- - . I . . 1 ..,
mini. 11 -tumwi "in uuu cng"o
. muel V u". or Mmuw J. TH.
Jcn r"r e" orK cll- ro'- wh en
' Provided In Mr. Tl.den's
w'" - The trustees under tho Tllden will
selectd a design which was to cost
$21,000, but becauso of the difficulty of
finding a suitable site the statue has
not been erected. Mr. Partridge has
been trying to collect the 121,000 the
trustees agreed to pa for It
ATLANTIC CITY IS THRONGED.
iiHrilnnlk Jnnmril aa II 1 11 Ion-
Atlantic Crrr, N. J., June !. With
nearly BO.OOO delegates and others In
terested In the Impending meetings
thronging hotels, reenforclng the usual
week end crowds from Philadelphia and
New York, Atlantic City to-day entered
upon tho biggest convention week of
Gatherings of national Importance, In
cluding the sessions of the B'rlth Abra
ham and the (Jar Builders nnd Master
Mechanics sections of the Hallway
Congress, will be accompanied by meet
ings of the executive board of the Agency
Association of the Prudential Life In-
HUraY.ce Company, h0 Supreme I 'minoU !
Legion or the Tied cross nnd the annual,
convention of the New Jersey Bar Asao- ,
DEATH CAR NOW A JITNEY BUS.
Anlo In Which Ilndr liosenlltal
Mnyrra llrpoinra lonoj innkrr,
Haiitforp, Conn.. June 0, F. A. Bur
ner of Ten-yvllle admitted to-night
that his Jitney bus. which he operates
between Terryvlllo and Bristol Is
Shaplro'a death car. In which Lefty
Louis, nyp me tnooo, wnitey Lewis and
Dago Frank rode through Forty-third
street when they shot Herman Itosen-
dial to death,
Burger says he picked the car up at
a bargain In a New York garage, where
It was regarded by chauffeurs ns a
haunted 111 omened thing. He mys the
people hero have no superstition about
riding Irt It and that he Is making
GREAT BRITISH LOSSES.
llenvli-sl f'asiinlly l.lal Mncr War I
He-ran Fnhll.hrd I., l.n.d... I
Iinpos, Monday, June TAn heavt
est casualty lists Issued Hnco the war
began are published to-day Thoy con-
tal... according to the Dally Mail. Ihe
.......... r. -m. r. , ... . .
timncunf r. ii"n nfn, ,.r 1ior..,r,.iir,i-...... i '
pounced as dead.
Im-ltidlhg to-day's lists, the names of
013 officers and 20,011 non-commla-sloned
officers und men have appeared
In thc casualty lists slnco Inst Monday,
NEW YORK, .
WIDOW ENDS LIFE IN
Husband Wns Capt. Walton I).
Stewart of Queens Own
Regiment, Toronto, Ont.
TAKES POISON TX ItOOM
Case First Reported as Natural
Dentil Unpaid Dills
Mrs. Desmond Stewart, widow of dpt.
Walton D. Stewart of the IJucen's Own
Keglment of Toronto, was found dead
In her room at the Waldorf-Astoria
last night at S:3fl o'clock. At
11 :20 P. M. Dr. Kdgar T. Kay, Coroner's
physician, notified the police that Mrs.
Stewart had died from the effects of
cyanide of potassium, "tnken with sui
In the meantime. Dr. .Moore, house
physician of the Waldorf, hud said that
Mrs. Stewart died from heart disease,
and Cqroncr Hnllenstcln, who made an
examination at 10 o'clock, reported the
Frederick Klsler, an assistant man
ager at the hotel, gave out a statement
saying that Mrs. Stewart had died a
natural death. He said that a maid had
entered her room, which was No. 839. at
4 o'clock In the afternoon to make up
her room and that Mrs. Stewart had
told the maid that she wasn't feeling
well and wished to have the maid's
work put off for a frw hours. At S
o'clock, he said, the maid returned to
the room and found that Mrs. Stewart
John Watson, hou-c detective at the
hotel, was called. He summoned th
house physician. The management then
I notified the Coroner's olllce, because it
I was a case of sudden death, and Coroner
! HelleiistelnU visit resulted. Tho Coro
ner was said to have made a careful
search and examination, but that he had
found no evidence that the woman had
died from other than natural causes.
Dr. Ray next made his examination
as Coroner Hcllensteln's physlcluu, and
his report was soon placed on the entry
In the West Thirtieth street jwllce sta
tion as death by suicide.
Attaches of the Waldorf said they
were surprised when told of the Coro
ner's physician's report. They had not
known It was suicide, they said.
Mrs. Htewart came from Tonawanda.
Pa. She was 40 years old. Hhe had ' So"a dlar!ng that llulgarla had re- the Ilrltlsh division and attacked un
been staying at the hotel since April 4. , S'dved to adhere to n policy of neu- successfully.
In her room were found a bill from I ,rallt' B now disavowed, according to, ..nn .,,, ., e. T.
the hotel amounting to 1169 and a bill
from a dr' goods store In Buffalo
s mounting1-te -$45. The' first bill 'as"
the name of Mrs. Norrls, Brooklyn, tele
phone Prespect S951. At that number
it was said that Mrs. Stewart was not '
Known men-, u couia not ne explained
how she came to have their telephone
It was learned from Tonowanda over
the telephone from James Mulhsll.
sin. 2 Hector street Mr. Mnlli.ili -,.v.. i
the nmnri nf .itlior r-toiwi m.. ...
J. Waliter, South Harwich. Cane
Cod. and Judge Hazeltnn of Boston.
ur, nay lounu an e niiiv s x nunee
tiottle with a strong odor of cyanide i 1
potaoslum In Mrs. Htewnrt's room.
1 Art-orillnt- 111 Itifmmntlnn fimn Ta..-i. .
wnnda, Mr. Htewart had lived In that "f hostility and suspicion toward Bus- redoubt and two lines ot trenches be- of " Investigation by ngenta of this ' to talk to you now. Call mo up this ''"'tsd StPtes note will tall upon Gei
city for n year, going there from Buf- ' At the outset "f tho Whr this hns- yond, making an advance of about 50(1 Government both in the L'nltul Slates ' aftei noon." Mlttelacher said he called ! ,nan' to act promptly In ill matter of
inni. ii wan nam mat per two sisters
iccemiy ineii 111 r.urope. j
SUBMARINES DO Q00D WORK
Practice Mhnollna; nt -4.0IMI
Please I;'. . Officers,
Newport, June 6. Submarines
K-2. K-S, K-6. IM and K-2, which
the last two weeks hnve been engagtd In
torpciln taiget practice In Coddlngton
Cove, have completed ihelr work for the
present, and according to what has been
learned the work of the boats was en
tirely satisfactory to tho officers In
I charge or the flotilla.
An average of 82 per cent, of hits Is 1
reported on r. rnnge of 4.000 yards with j
nniv ti.lrtf.An inr-h. nf thn n.,i '
showing nbove water. In most case-.said:
the shots at tho small drifting targets ,
JOY RIDERS KILL POLICE CHIEF
Their .Machine lilts
Pole nml They lcnpr. .
Sctanton, Pa., June 6. Joy riders ; modify the agreement whereby thc Mor
dr vlng a large automobile at high speed pans are glvm the entire onnirnl of or-
culy ,hl" ,norll ,,,rL"Rh '" fXrre'
01 i'in'un i;uy. a siniiiru or M-ranton,
ran down Chief of Police John Hecse,
who attempted to stop them.
He wns dragged some dlstnnce tinder
the car, which flnalB struck a telephone
pole. The police chief received Inlerntl
Injuries which ciuscd his death severtl
hours later None of the occupants .f
thc car, with th" exception .f Mi is
.Myrtle Johnson, was Injuied. She was
h dried through the windshield when tho
enr hit Ihe pole. Her faco and arms 1
-vcie cut by the g!.ts. 1
The Joy riders responsible for thc nc-
FLEET STILL IN TURTLE BAY.
fteten .liipitnrse nnd llnicllsli Vi-s-e"
There, Sny Travellers,
Lob Anoklks. June , Despite official .
jr,,i the fact Hint seven Japanese
i-jngllsli warships were still making
, Turtle Bay Ihelr headquarters as late
iih last Monday Is asserted bj Arthur
f! - "hickmau of the Magdalena Bay
Company and Dm. I'Vedeilck F.rstrlcli
and P. O. llartman. 8wlss scientists, who (
nave just arrived at Log I leni l. on board
a schooner. Blackmail says he nnd 1.1s
ronmanlom. were nt Turtle llv l., xi
, , . ,,, , "
. . .. . , ..... .,...- ,
i .. t it. , ..... ,
six other warship and colliers
Thc only ships recognized by Black
man and his companions were the
Asama and the Canadian cruiser Italn-bow.
MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1915. Coviirlvht, 1015, by the Httn I'rlnUnp anil I'utillshmg
llelieved to Mean Entry Into
Wnr on Side of the
CROWDS DEMAND ACTION
Unitarian Government Disa
vows Report of Promise
' to Remain Neutral.
V(il Ciililt Dr.tn'llrfi In Tiis Scs I
HuriunEHT, Juno 6. The King signed
0 decree to-dny ordering general moblll-I
xallon. It Is tx-lleved that tills move sic- ,
nltles that the date of the entry of Itu-1
mania n the side of the Allien has been
decided on and that hostilities will be '
begun without delay. j
Theie was a big demonstration In favor
of Itumanla's entering the wnr In the
streets of the capital. The demonstra
tion was similar to that of May 30,
,. .... '
;iru I'niniip wrm uimimk" l'C ourrw
Uhoutlng for war ngilnst Austria. The
crowds to-day gathered especially In ,
front of ,; .,,; ; fegVllon and cMled i
upon their own Oovernment to join Italy
in the struggle. .
in the aftemoun partisans of Alexan-
der Marghllcnun. the Conservative I
leader, together with Hoc.nl.Hts. organ- i
Ized .1 counter dcmonxtrntlon.
t rshlp of the party. SI. Mnrghlloman
lYSVXZrul ,h" m,C,",B ft"ll,We,1 h'
""a mffi f M party. has be,
called foil to-morrow under the presl-
dency of Jean Uihovary, who reirt-
sents he wing of Uie putty which Is
favorable to the Allies.
The ltiimania hVId arn. almost nil
of which could be nent at once Into
TiansylvanlH. consists of about So;)..
the reserves and the mllltla llumanla
can count on a tot-il of atxut dtili.000 ,
BULGARIA MAY JOIN.
.Vrulrullly Mnnd Itrporteil In llne
Sptflnl Cable littfintrh loJTur. Sf.
At 11 iiimIu- 1 lh.,.irrul v ramm I. r tor a s nml lmllnt. ln.n,.. ,..., I uneil In (Ir.n., l .... ...... I "iiiiiiiiih 111 iiitiv.il?.-. ur in mill
lee of the Conservative party the attl- lhelP t)olll. mpcrmmtuv 'J 7. 1S90. and Is not married. His e .. ! "f..K 1 a teM ,wlfV. . n, '"l'lc
!?V'": ?..ut'- b 1 :l:L:Z ".:ll'L.of KI"K the German tendency (q
... - t um 1 - . .... . itu iiiiiiicML-r in i-riiict'SH firiciip in an i t.i..
l-nv.-r.nv Ji.n -.m,- Mmmnlll,Mr .u.n. n .i.c iu uic Kiuo III ironi
lsued by the .Vlsisfrrin! Joiirnol In I
n despatch from the correspondent of
the Time at Holla.
NEW SWEDISH-RUSSIAN PACT.
tMrilrn's Action Taken in ji,,,, (
l.i-nnlliK Tovtnril Allies,
fl tclal InMt Hsvntrh to Tnr. Sr!.
Mnpon, June 7. The Morning Potf's
correspondent nt Stockholm says that 1
1" ueaij nn ueon raiincn recently De- '
'tween Sweden and llustla mutually ni-
knowledglim the financial, commercial ' ..,,,, ,,T rant summary steps ir htanie turns up in n has been Intimated that no reply
and Industrial Interests of the respective ,, .. me next fe days. Offlclals here recog-. their path. may be expected from Germany until
countries. inumn Troup. Advance. j nlzu tho seriousness nf Ko-enthnl'a Capt. William Offley. head of the local j Ambassador Bcrnstorff's speclsl emls
The Post comments on the frequent, "The Indinn troops on our extreme left 1 charges and are prepared to give them bureau of inspection, was at his office ' eary has had time to talk with mcmbei s
dlfferHiire lieiuren HiivmI'i nn.i Kiidtn. . i ... . .. ., . smnh onnaiiiom 1 inn -u .1,.... all day ve-deidav. keenlnc In touch with of the Government. Tn thlx iriH.i,t
which, it -.in. Hie German lm- tin,
u-ur hoi-.ii, h.iv Invnul f tun Inm
the Maine of antagonism, The treaty
shows that tho-e efforts have failed.
eiweuen action is co iKiuered m gn V
slgnltlennt here, ns It follows numerous
cither ltidlCHtlon that Sweden has lately
liipn nverrnmllit- lwr trmlllliiti.il nttltn.li,
tinr uiiuuuu v.iu-on nwcuisn jiuunc
1 ... .. . . . . . .-
' Well Informed persons in official circles
uikiiiuii m nivor neniuiny strongly,
MncliliH- Ik II i-if I ii ill ii k III Mini',"
ri Mniilflnna Mlntsler.
,irrinl I'ublf liriiMtrh tn Tin: St.v.
Lo.MiON. June 7 Duvlit I.lnvd Genrr.
the now Minister of Munitions, speaking
f ,r .itnatlnn regtrdlng munltlona
. ..." .itinn regarding n ninl Ions ,
wnn a representative or tnc unity Mall.
-At last 1 believe that thing-
going all right. I feci that the machine '
irni iir .-i t- ir it i t.n 1.1 in mmh n. .
I In beginning to move.'
In an editorial the nnllu .1nl! snvt
"Many who entertain the slncerest nd- '
,i,,,i ,i, ..,,, ,, ,
i ' iui,.!,. i.,i ii. ,.inL-
M America think It might be wise to ,
"rr8 nml """ ' "' "nltl
niates. nucii coninn may mean uelay,"
AMERICANS LEAVE GERMANY.
Ili'lireseiitnlli i- of II lw Firms Tell
of llosHle IVi-llnu.
ifcnt rnblt VfVUtffi tn Tnr Siv
li. ...j 1.. e -i-i. t . , .
I uits Juno Tho Tri.ip- prints a
intssage noni Amsierdnin saying ibnt
tne ilrltlsh Consul thero received h visit
, ,..., .,. ,
lioni the reiirt s ntatle of the largest
; American clock manufacturers nnd the
Ui inlnglon ccmpany.
i They declared that they had closed
' down their business In Germany nnd we're
going to London because of the antl
I Nmorletin feeling ptcvalcnl In tho conn.
2,000 CRY "PEACE" IN BERLIN, i
I oilci- Hide IIoitii roml In Front
nf Iti-lcbsfHu II ii 1 1 il I UK.
t-,,ml CM, r'tr,ntrh, to Tiik Sl
it...,. e lii , . .
I-AI.IS, June fi., IhnnanUr, which ,
has Its own means of obtaining new- I
from Berlin via flwltzerland, doclares '
that 2.000 nensnns. mosilv women n-.
,hi..ri m fm,,t nf ti, ni.,..,.. '
nik .... .....j i i iM-iiui nun nuouieci
nW .... .....j m im hiii nun nuouieci
high cost of food.
The cinwd was llnally dispersed hy
mounted police, who charged Into It,
Several arrests were made. The prcji
was forbidden to mention tho Incident.
iimmm- win cnange in mis an tun. o capturing threo lines of trenches. But llV' oepartment's attention since the neighborhood to see Margiret 7.op, who " ...V " 1 V .iu . 1 , 'll ,11
, , the advantage of Hussla almost solely though the advanced captured Vrcneh outbreak of the war there Iiiih been nn ui. tn IM. 11,, ,. i,n, lw,. timiv,, in ih. l. ful - as i.opul ,r with th
, to ilcrmanys suninarlne campaign on was held all that day and half the en- Indication that American paport were I reporters as M in.-nret Morrison" ind I I'tol"c or tnc 1 nitui Mate as the first
YariU ! commerce, ". which Sweden has suing night they were ordered back In J'elng fabricated. All the cases have live a, 2il l.e,-oy street Morrison and lnm , on. No backward siep ha,
suffered, and. more than any one thing, the morning to the second captured line. Involved nothing more serious than ob- , ,p oillev . enleil.tl it he kne.v anv- , .It r l.'.i S''' " "?'
to the sinking of tho I.usitanln. i,ot, Hanks were exposed. The nava lalnlng passports In the regular wav 'V '1.. 1 ' .Su ' .. . "", " 1 J "'orP tw.yu If anything than the
Kl. " ' division on. the right .centre captured a !'.Ur M Pretences, and In one of ' (mot, ' r eve a ,d enh Z wi. rZ , V. 1 1 w S J'tr",S
for LLOYD GEORGE OPTIMISTIC. ' 1 "'"V "Ti ?," " L'!?. " oil.ey said tint wha,-..v..r Information' a " . n,. ,, ' fm e .r",'
'ALLIES' GAIN COSTLY
Troops Advance 500 Yards
Along Three Mile Front
LINES WELL DEFENDED
Turks Succeed in Checking
Dash of Indinn Troops
After Hitter Fight.
Sptnal Cnblf P'tfialeh to Tiik Sis
London, June 6. The goneral advance
"'tempted hy the allied troops on tlie
"" rcmusum 011 imiruny nnu
rr,lm' neriuneci i.y tne correspondents
ml regarding which hopes were raised by
Winston Spencer Churchill's remirk In Ills
nu"'le? "peecl1 f"terday that the Allies
hcro wpre "within a few miles of a
victory such aa the war had not yet
seen," netted a gain of 500 yards on
a front of nearly three miles. Hut It
appears from the olllcinl .tntemenf Hv.
"ul lo"a regarding these operations
thnt Vi,rlou divisions of the Allies, after
" 0 substantial gains by
" Kallantry. were unable
f,u,ly to ho1" Win- lau,e of
" iramn ,uwu
Th' '''" ""ratlve of des-
1 pernte assaults by Ilrltlsh, French, ter
not been able to keep up with the ad- subsequently denied and later renn-
Vi,ncc Thc ",,,lan ,root,s Wlyll,nf iieMPCh,'",f,,rir "r;
'"l '"-Polntment of , ZnJ T
this kind, losing two trenches they had
gained by a magnlllccut advance be.
calu,0 thc trooI11, on tllc!r r ,
, ,, , , ""-
Indians were left open to an enfilading
The omclal" statement of the assault
alu, ,hc l'resent situation on the penln-
"On thc night of Thursday the Turks. ;
having hcivlly bombarded n small fort
on the front of the extreme right of the
r-rencli twsltion which previously had
been captured, launchel an Infantry at-
tack, which was repulsed with heavy
(loss to the enemy At the same time
,1 T...! ... ... .1.- - 1. l .
ot th" Mi c"tre position occupied by
Hamilton ordered a general attack on
lw TlMHWr lienchcs In the southern
area or thc Oalllpoll peninsula, pre-
ceded by a heavy bombardment by all
the guns, assisted by battleahlps, cruisers
1 and destroyers. At a given signal the
troops rushed forward with the bnyo-
I ret and were lmmedlliielv mi.'eeuirui nil
alonR the lino except at one spot, where
" neiivy wire entanglements Jiad not
.' ' ' p"
tured two lines of trenches, but owing
10 "' "oops on tneir right being held
up by wire entanglements were obliged
... rnr. ... .i,i ...i.j..i
., .... . . . .'
"u" ' iguiars made good progrc-is
Oil the left centre, .-nittlirlntr 11 ulrnni.
yards lieyoud their original lino. The
itiniunm nitieiun 111 111c centre 111.1
brilliantly, advancing fiOli yards and
territorial division in thc centn
but tbuy too were ordered back owing
to a neavy ctillladlng me.
"The French Second Division ad-
vancetl Villi great gallantry and elan
and retook for the fourth time that
deadly ledouht thev rail I.e Hiirii-nt. I.nt
J" VL ":
Ui. ,nroul1 VreM
tr.llc,cn ,j umier
...vi.n in t.uu ill i-ij.. i t'li t-iiiiiiiiuiiiciiiifin
cover of an ac-
curate she I flio lecnntured It. On tin.
French extreme right they captured a
,,-tstrong line nf trenches which, though
' ,.,.,, . , ,,.. "
. . - . ... ...
dnrinir tho nlKht. thev still oivimv. w
captured ,lilo prisoners, Includlng 'tcn
nfllcerH. Among the prisoners were five.
, , "' , "", , ",V "' . " "lun;"r
midline gun neiaciimeni imm tne i.oe-.
,HUi rni.ir omcer was Killed and the
machine gun destroyed
TnrUa Suffer Heavy Losses.
"Durliig the night Information was re- !
tow.u.l Kilthla Thereupon Lleut-Gen.
Blidwood arranged to attack Uie trenches
1 In front of I'ulnu's post at in P. M.
The attack was succcsfully cniricd out
' and the cupturcd trenches were held
throughout the night. The Turkish cas-
ualtles were ery heavy,
"At ti 3n A. M. tho enemy made a
ii-.,.. .uuiii.1 .,.., in. mi. i uj iin- ini-iiiin
f hravv ,1(MnhH fori.p,, ur ,0M ollt of
hcav counter attack, and by the means
the most forward trench, though
"till hold tin communication trnnches
nm-le .luring the night.
'As a result of thc operations on Juno
"! and 4 we have advanced 500 yatds on a
front of nearly thren miles, covering two
lines of Turkish trenches. We are now
consolidating our new pusltlnns and
stiengthcnng our lines."
French Official Union,
The French War Office gave out the
fol,m ' Mntenient to-day regarding'
i tne saino operations :
"On June 4 tlin allleil trnon. ,n
itoni. nn ilia u-hnlA f,-n,.i ...i.i. i.. i
object of seizing certain points of sup-
U l'"''"-v- T'10 "rlllsh
cent 1 1' occupied two Hies of Turkish
trenches covering a depth of 100 inoters.
The first French division mnk Dm n-..
w "f "" onemy's position.
1 no openu.nns leceiven etricaclous
supisirt irom tne. allien t eet. I lie enemy
"""" . J "r ,V ten
ery heavy losses and ten
oncers ano st,ver unureii men ni
on cers ano sttvtTa unured men nere
sailors. The enemy's .in
er was completely dominated bj our
"Two' Turkish counter at tanks during
Coiidfitird on Second Pngr,
. .i, LiL'in duu iiiiii. id inpir lruni. ..w. . t.it.riii ,. in ni v rvn v
KING CONS TA
DEA TH AFTER OPERA TION
Slight Improvement An
nounced by Physicians, lint.
End Is Expected.
Siteial Cubit tttspitleh to Thi. Si .v
Atiikns, June 6. The operation on
King Constantino yesterday wns per
formed under local anicstliesta and tojk
fifty minutes. About two and three
fourths Inches of the eighth rib on the
right side wns removed to assist In the
dlschargo from the pleura. The King
suffered considerable pain after the
lmtleilt. I..,,a ,.1 1 .....
morllin ,,. ,.. ,.,.,
! t04.ts. pulse 140, respiration 3S. It
WA, u, n.1n ,
M. that a slight
Improvement In the King's condition was
manifest, but the physicians nr mnt j
Crowdd surround the palace awaiting
the bulletins und expecting at any time
announcement of the King's death.
. .. ' " ..V'wl ."Jlurc constun-
unc S IIU1CSS IS
a source of considerable
mystery. Ho suddenly tool; to his bed
, following tho fall of Premier Venlzelos,
! Vago3.' Ihe
M In Paris iaM th'lt
1 Queen Sophia, a sister of the Kaiser!
, ""S, .
coZCu, prhJce T ZLeX
the war had caused a postponement.
The Crown Prince, like his fathor. r.
, celved his education and military Vain-
, ing In Germany. Because of this there
nave neen reports from time to time
that should his father, by reason of his
Ul 1 0 UUllFDlJIjiUll
' Male Department to Invest!-
Chrro Thn. pnsfillnl.fa
" - " "
Washington, June 6. Officials of the
State Department were greatly Inter-
1 sted to-day IfTTnVrenort bv The sum's
I-ondon correspondent of the confession
of Robert Rosenthal, the Oerman spy.
'lleging that the head of the Oermaiv
spy system In Berlin had complete
equipment for fabricating American
Ambassador Page has not yet trans-'
imiciaiiy tne ito'entha! conres
slon. but It is exnec.ed h win .in .n 1.,
1. 1. .,.i u ....
action can be taken
Dased only nn
Itosenthal's statements. Allegations bv
-vuiuemcii spien are not
ot regarded ns
of very high value unlet. mmnnri..,! i.v
other evidence. It Is thought, howexer
tlifit lilw ut.itui,,..,tu u.. .1... v. ... '
III the several costs nf lussport ir -
' ' ii.i-port ir-
regularities which have enme to thc
A nierli-oiis In (ierniHln V
poaria. nut inm iiti i nni 1 . .
IIkrlik, via London. June f.
"nirnt-iin .i-.miiassy, on instructions from
!n" S,a,,n rvpartment at Washington.
n"" revoked the passports of two Amerl-
Pa ,,ti,rM. ii.. , ,...,. ,
n.i... .-....... .
llnlncs and Karl Becknairel.
It IS" said the men criticised the
American Government In the nreseni
,r,""'"n." n "'"spaper article
uiai mey were asnamed or their citizen-
1? ,e" ,Ct,r 1 '""'''"t "11-
fBt.l dim... I 4
".V,, oL. ' , , ' r" !10
authors of pamphlets
Revocation of the pawports make
in hi iiluii y iiniiusftioie inr eitner
i ne-or Mr. Itecknage to return to the
l niled States before the end or ihe
'h' 'J!,. ,",;. 'w"tln' u'- "
........... .... -,,,, uni-ii iiy
to Its subjects in
l POPE'S WHITE BOOK READY.
'Will Hxplnln llffnrU nf tttli-nn
(fft!i fablt trtpntrh to Tin. Sin.
Homk, Juno rt.The While Hook of
the Vatican exnlainlnL- th.. effm-t ,.
- - .......
ling 'i,,, n...n.. , ;
1 IK-nediet toward peace and the
la,le! Initiative taken by him to lessen the
cfl'ecls nf the war such lis the v..h ......
of wounded prisoners Is aim st iiudy for'
It Is considered unlikely that tin.,
Pope's protests against the nttocltles In i
Belgium, the iirrest of Caidlna! .Mer-1
cier nnd tne sinking or the Lusltanla
will be Included in the White Book, the
aim of which will be to demonstrate
ine .mpin.a. ,,e,,,n ot tne no., See,
for ins reason it win con tan nn i-
f or in s reason it win cnta i. nn i
other documents containing o oicts
which the Pope ! believed i0 have .id
dressed to certain Powers may be pub
lished In nnother White nook after the
N tine nea r
If incr Pnnct!iHtiti ftfaaK.
own pro-dvrmmilsm, be forced to quit
tho throne the publL might demand ns
Ills succesior not the Herman trained
Crown Prince, upon whom the succession
naturally falls, hut Prince N'lcholas.
brother of King Constnntlne. the most
. 'ri"cf , Nlcl.,al" "'"'"''"l the
' rceh -T 1 Mil" T
France. His wife hi the .Irand liucheis
of Dowager Queen Olga
' of Princess rHxabeOi ftm.uee ' f thV
Cro" "rince! Is riloheiiyom-rn. wh
King Kerdlnnnd of llulgarla. father
of Great Britain and Ireland,
There Is an old tradition popular
among the Greeks that when a royal
Constnntlne weds a Prlnc.'.s Koph e their
' n,n shall relun 1H Cnstnnilnonle. In.
tokening a revival of the old Itvz inline
l Emnlre reUal r tnc om "z'lntlne
rL.. . .
GUSTAY STAHLE SEEN
NEAR FORMER HOME
Steward Leacli Says Xo Guns
Were on the Lnsitania
Inspectors of the local investigation
bureau of the Department of Justice
half a dozen of them acting directly
under orders from Washington, are
! laying close lines to find Gustav Stable,
; one 01' the I.usltanU affidavit signers,
, who has thus far succeeded In keeping
I from sight of his pursuers. Their work
Is veiled In secrecy, but It was learned
, yesterday that substantial evidence Is In
the Government agents on Stahle's trail.
1 Adnlnh Mlitelnotier. Ki.ihU-'s rnnm.
n--i", iiu .1 reiui.i-i iui uih rL. vh.u
' Stalife was In the neighborhood of 20
ieroy sneet jesterday morning. Ac-
cording to Mlttelncher. lie tiled to talk
1 t the i.HLlavlt maker, but Stable merely
1 .rP........t t.lr.. .....t p.i.i .i... ..... v...ui.
. tin. hilt rnnlil not ir..t St.ililf
1 Daniel Juny, another lonmer In the
he had gained about them would have to
be glen nut at Washington.
.1 F Letch, the Iainltniiia steward re-
leiii-d In as "l.eltcb" in the iitllilavltt
I m ule bj Stahi. alllrnilng that Leach had
"'" " ''' LUsltania the
J" ?", 'r. .1; I
Kl's inoiimeil on the liner. Is quoted by
Frank Winch of San Francisco, who re-
"'rani, men 01 -an i rancisco. who
' turned from Llvetponl a few days ago,
i saying . "Not a gun, not eeu a gun
rairluir,, u.i nn th.. i.ii.iti.ni,."
i i. , . ... . . .
Leach Is now In Hngland recoverlmr
i.i-arn is now in r.iiKiaiin reioverum
flom Injuries received when the LuI-
inula wj torpedoed. Winch befriended
him aftei the d'satcr. and aslted him If
he hud any reason to believe that the
. U-.I.1 tin mtf.hl.. ....... 11. tl...
...in uu.ni ".'lie. any buiis. i.eacn, ac- sliliiliii,,.r.
cording to Winch, replied:
"N'o, Mr Winch, there were no guns Sn ln
not even a gun cairlage on the Lus!- I'iih.adki.piiia
llllll.l. UIIJ. II Is rldlCUlOIIS tO m.lltO
fwi-ii n .miiKi-, ioi ii ineie nail neeu any
un we woulj have seen them Why. ,
in Ihe cour-i- nf m work I bad to pass,
cciv dio, and I can tell you thai thero
r ....... .....i.. un- k 1 1 1 1 .- iwiimi Him. iivl'ii
was none on the Lusltanla She was an
'!iPolulel unarmed ship."
ni.ii.loued In .he .outrmersy over guns
..boat.l the l.usltanni. has come forward
m.U he a.tually had seen
treni on ine " iinariier. I le says lie doe
no. undeiHl, nd wu ( harlcs U. W. boat reserved for seaxind cabln pa.-,sen-Miilth.
a i- tl-cl Ilnancier of sau Fran-1 gers 1 am positive there weie no g.
clV-o. ( mint von Beruslorff and other ,, the ship where they could have been
i '',', -
hi in I ail failed to find him because ne
still .. Iin Ins at 1121 Halsey street.
"1 bci-a ue a- oui. ntcil with Mr Smith
about two months ago through business
' relations," raid .M -. Gnrdoifr. "I met
him at the Waldorf one aflernoou
fnv 'l,lVs after thc LiHltanm was sunk.
tew nays niter tnc i,uita
We were discussing the
We were discussing the alTnlr and I
told hln, there bad crn guns u board,
bill I did not tell him I had seen them
nnself 1 told llltn I hail hv.n an tr,.u,
men who hud been working on the Lusb
tanlc. whom I met In a saloon In Hobo-
ken if I had seen the guns I would
hae Informed the German Ambassador
ll.frlnii. Lime Concrete Trciiehi'S.
i nblr lirspDti.), to Tut Si
l.oNlMiN, June T.--The Holly Mtiil'a
lloine i'orrivpnndrtit nays:
"T-e UrIiiI.ir on the slopes nf Monte
Ni in h.i- been trvei c Tio rn nl trcn. '..cj
are 'vltbln ,. hund.ed la -d of e .. i
other Some of the isirian trenches
pn.nMi.riir.1 ii ii-..uii.-i t-iv, uui mis
has not prevcntitl the Italians from cap.
NOTE TO BERLIN
MAY GO TO-DAY;
TONE IS STRONG
Washington Officials iSay
Delay JIas Not Caused
NO KKPLY EXPECTED
BEFORE END OF ,HTNE
Wasiiisoton, June fi. The jeports
sent to Berlin from the United State
either ere Inadequate or else the Oer-
I man authorities completely misread
j them, according to the view of many
I otnclals here, bused on published Oes-
I . t I. r - . 1. . . 1. . n
murine ami puuiic 110 longer regard
the submarine Issue with the United
Ktate ns of serious proportions.
Iteports Of n slnrllar character have
reached this country tluough omclal
channels, and they are looked upon us
the most discouraging feature of u situa
tion that Is regarded as extremely seri
ous and even dangerous. It is felt liere
tlut the prospect of a satisfactory re
sponse by Germany to tha demands of
the United .States will not be bright until
the German Government and the Ger-
teallze thc Intense feeling In
thc determination of
Insist upon adequate
guarantiees for the safely of American
lives 011 the high seas.
It Is confidently expected in otllclal
circles heie that the second note of
President Wilson, agreed upon at ths
Cabinet meeting Friday, will go far
toward imparting to Germany a clearer
understanding of the firm stand of thh
Government. This note, it was said
authoritatively to-night, will be sent to
Berlin In a day or two. Thc note' has
still to receive Its final polishing. This
task the President Is to perform him
self. In otllclal quarters the suggestion that
theie ha been another delny In th
transmission of the note Is not viewed
kindly. It is admitted, however, that
statements made with authority early
In the week led the public both In this
country and In Kurope to believe that
the response or the United States to the
unsatisfactory note received from Ger
many would go within two or three da.
while already a week has passed.
Many found In the reports from Berlin
published to-day Indications that public
opinion theie had Interpreted the delay
to mean that the feeling In the United
States really was not strong and that
there was 110 longer any reason to ex
press alarm over the sunmarlne issue.
There Is no doubt here that ir the
note falls to go to-moriov or next day
many persons will revert to the view so
generally expressed In Washington In
the last twenty-four hours that the Ad-
1 ministration desires to delay the dee-
Paten or tnis note.
Wilson Is oulte ntrreeatile. an h l.
lr must ram. tlv 1h.1t tlm initin
, in.u .uuc- r-n.m
perfectly clear to the Berlin authorities.
" " i".mfi nui 111.11 Mime cniDarrusK-
"lent might pon-llily rexull fioni this
delay, expi i-ted to extend at least to
.lunt; O. tn View of thp f.irt tli.it th
the safety of
I whether or not she- Intends to nhi.le by
the prluclplts of International law. If
Germany falls to give such assurances
, only one course, In tin opinion of incwt
Washington officials will be opnn to
mi" ei.ui r ami unit win i. a keVer.
closed to-day. most
clerical force having
most nf the staff and
........k u mi- m inn sum-
' ' "J ' ' ' y. w ;H Ha been estal,.
"""f'' ") ''.',' 'll',,s'', ', '' ""nt von
1 Beriistorff will temaln here nile n te v
i !""H,n' ,lle outcome of the present sit-
I TALK Oh GUNS AUSURD.
tisltiiiiln Miri I or,
its l unruled.
.Mine tl. "The Lust-
t.lllln wns nil mmrnu,!
talk about guns Is absiiid. Theie Is no
doubt In my mind -he Lithuania carried
no guns where they could have been
i m-ougnt mm action.
M Knox, prixliltnt .,f the
New York Shipbuilding Company, on
of the survivors of the Lmltaiil.i. iiiadi-
'j sa w , g , h m, K , rd I
satisfied th" ,' Z
, occasion. In con pany w" Ii Tf ilow ni
mwis-er. 1 went .ifi in tl... ..j.t
usea. tiuns to lie ot any sei vlrc won i
hnve been mounted on the forwaid de. k
! ,, perhaps aft. (V. talnlv I w.'iilil
' have noticed any suspicious looking ap
pliances, but 1 saw nothing that would
1 indicate the presence of guns I thought
nothing or guns, and I don t believe any
nf the other passengers did "
j GERMAN ENVOY SUF? PAPFB
! u-:'"i-An IJ5Ui-!5
Ilesi'tit. Iliili-li .Iniiriml's Crlllclnin
of I.ii nl I it ii Ih'x I, ils,
i A M stzrpam, May Hi The German
i Ambassador at Tin- Hague lias sued ths
i Tflfornaf for libel Imviiim or tliHt
i paper's extremely bluer denunciation of
I the sinking of the Lusltanla. It Is ilm
j (iivnnd libel Mill Hi.. Geimnn Amliassa-'dm-
has brought agalm.t a D-. t.'h .nwa
, paper Tin outcome of th... ult Is
awaited with gnat lnit-iisi
Th- Htniilrlililittl ivliti-'i tin-ll lirtnk.
nt of tint l.n sili. n' i I', n ii i i.i. a tne
sn-iriei iiriiiiaui. ii.ts niintid - ri nn
protesi iiK.iius' 10' oai'bi.ii wa ii
which Oeiniany purMiei li n.( (! , ,.