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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1915.
BRITISH SEEK PLANTOAVERT COTTON SLUMP Co('iiniU'Hl Desires to liny KMrt Supply, but Keep Price lp. l(l.Vlli IX r.U'KII SKKS SKIiHSIIXHSS IIKME U'ASllt-i'.TON. July ... It becamei-'. Mn heie to-day that the Hrltlsh Oov- nment Is earnestly considering the Luillfii with which It will be confronted I ,M present -otton season advances to,""'" J ? ' ea-heing and marketing of the UTericin crop. Worts of the ltrltlsh authorities arel"'" J 'I "' " toward working out some rn by which the unfortunate develop-i ms o( ..isl ear, when the ptlcc fell to ! oents. can be avoided. It Is desired to If.riie some plan by which the American ers I ,oer ma be assured of not only ' ... 1 . ... 1 .llty to sell his cotton but also getting , fair price !or It. I Xo .lellmie sto; s navt oeen uccineu. ,"": ' . ..f: I ... i i. nwii tint .,..n. n.Mv ' re.iixin of its familiarity with the to n ... r..r-i,rri ihf Am.ri.nti eot- ,n croi ami cotton export Industry und . ..-n...iin uiih th. flnmii-lnl In. crests and the Slate Department. Is utile In supply valuable cooperation low aid mi n view tnot normal by any means, the feci- , In Ixindon Is that, by con-cnatlve lion and mtlcncc. methods can be ied by which depression of the .vit- nil n grower' Interests can be avoided, niliilistiert. to proceed slowly in the ..!...! nf ihe niiroinlnc ciou Is re- ill be made In this direction within pcror i, hUvhvk lit hi apartments over. I lnitnedl.itely under the balcony were re nixt lx week?. The question Is looking the Inner courtyard of tle J"11""" Jl,rl "w' to rtl",,rt r ,,u" a.-enneeiiler-itlon not rn.lv 111 I.oiielon I'-'lace. Wlthjul any preliminary warn- "lori;i1 appea' to the women to go H,r coni.l ler.it on not onl In I.0111I011 ( Mr .,.,. cillrtv.lrj 'wat, ,. home .,uletly an. to go on enduring for kii at the itrltlsh lCmbaray here, which, ...,,i.i ,.. ,. ihm, ,. f ,.,,...,. i,i,.,,-i,,r, Aurtrln. He said that his heart bled i. .i.i.t. i.e j-w...,i knew what was haiiiienlnB this tm- me .... " ' """r.". "".e nhl.inc e-nllitv.-.r 1 nf th- imlierlal 1 ClUlleel. but that this W-Uld HO", be 1 i) ut convinced in.n w mi i :,(h.)ds een me targe crop now re- """ " ' honor. bringing renewed prosperity i ,rte.l for tho. year can fe an- r km. ' ; " " - " " ', " security to the whole country. When Lrled In Hrltlsh quarters a the first ' assemble-l to demonstrate. No sooner I tlm highly slgi.lllcant In evtry re C.mUH foe n suecesoful absortitlon of was the palnce courtyard full than nil I .., u product witnou; a conaiwe oi tne """" .ii a uraiurouuis .iii. ,lft ;"We want peace We want our men to l iii'iiini. ne ...nil uii-ii unu vi ut n. 11 1 l.nruer Purfhimrn Hipecteil. want pea.e." ! may he said there Is every rea-on Mlee that llr.tlsh purchase, of cot- ,i w,l. be quite as large as. arm per- i . - V., .i. .,.., ,..,.w. in-h.. ups larger. Ill the next m.''",'n i. J ? iire f tt, I ?m.l, V ..' . .2 .' emrc ol ' ' ,"i norilles at mi lime IS lliei.-iun- ill,.. itlfy ihe cotton grower that he need ne no fears that there will be a tre- .lous slumti. It Is not reiuesented that the ltrltlsh , at work on a new policy of altru- , a :n which the interest of the Amerl- r tton crower Is to be the prime -aeration. It Is simply that the im- . i.ance of avoiding a situation which heighten the already considerable - tment against (treat Britain In the 4'h Is fully appreciated by the llrlt- 1 -xernment. The authorities In l-on- I resents Americans a neing toiany un .inve In many ways become con- ' persuaded of the correctness of the Kng u that the interests of On-at Hiltain llh view, and adds that he Is certain . i, be in .anger nf suffering severely that Oreat Itrltaln. while following the '.il as lelatlcns wltn tne L'niteii preseiu course, is neaning sirnicni ur e are concerned if a chaotic condl- a very sharp difference of opinion with produced, In the cotton States as the citizens and Oovernment of the null of ltrltlsh policy. Fitited States. i; thee reasons the ltrltlsh are tin- ' "Such a dewlopnif lit oiiBht, If pos i.,m! tn tu. ile.lriim. nf keenlnir cot- slble. to ! avoided." he writes. "If n p.lcs at a reasonable level. They made their problem, therefore. ift.tally thnt of the American rotton n ng and cotton lliianclnc Interests, c hope Is generally entertained here i some Plan meeting the Interests nf Mil sides ultimately will be developed. Old IMnn ll.-cnllril. It was tecalled to-day that early last .., when the Treasury Iepartment ami rr iun of American bankers were earn- !!' e- ilavorlng to tliid some means of 4tf)ing the tieniendous gold iloht e by the t nlted States to Kngland. was proposed to put the cotton crop , I as M-curlty against It Tills sugges-' It was fully appreciate,! that it would i ; a very good proposition from the n was r'Jected by the Hrlllsli. Itit of vltw of Immediate Interest of Iliitish, but the fear that caused ' rejection was that later, when the r.'e of rotton had risen, the Hrltlsh s 'jlil be charged with having taken nraue of the United States by tnk- ? the cotton irop at a low figure and nit It again after the iie. A fleslre to avoid a situation which cjM lay the Hrltlsh open to a slm- W-it ch.T-ge this year Is the predominant Hive behind the present movement re irdlns cotton. DERIDES VIEWS OF U. S 3. I . " Unilini "siHiiilliril'' Sn) Melf. Ii-resi Itules inerlcli lis, f,t .1 (,,(, ien,ttri, tv run siv 1. T-oxu s. Julv '23 (Friday) The , Inilcin has a long article and editorial ( . nr 11 i.iiik innii-ciiib 1111.1 ...... hi -' , iru coniranauti 01 w,n. 11 inc.- , tallv declares that the L'nlted States lot necessarily friendly to I.'uglanil unfriendly to tierniany Ths lewspaper contenilH that Its de vl f. r declaring t'ottori c-ontraband Juu.tleii hy interiiatlotul law arm W.aii iiieceilents. It sees every bsliiliiy nf a serious clash of views 1 Ainorn a If tin- existing state of af f ' mt uies and repudiates the view 11 America Is Inevitably friendly tn 't Hnt.iin or that American reia ) w ih flermauy are strained, It a novs Americans to have their trr. il iwneil." savs the .S'tiimlnn, vl u - v to have their arguments de- - i i' tney win 1101 nunc '.. 1,1 ' '-" war Is absolutely force. , There Is not the smallest i oilier hand, there Is nnu t a strong feeling against !U I .i. ihe contraband question, ttiui i i. ivisti.ii in nnv case for ' iver ut. Anierlr.ni. balked of his P' " more savage than a Hic r rc htr etiln atnl Americins, '.e' .gerents consistently have igh shoel over Hi- rights of .' always timely regaidlng "p e feieiice, however legitimate 1 1. .r .ite " coiideinns the vaclllttlon TCI I iln In the cotton question ,,;"ir.i; .1 it is full time to take a 'nn It says: " s.e cotton contraband now , -.1 ei , jrinic and loss In the . '! . i h md our legal rights hive ,' v.niej with a full re cignltlnn of l! f. . .. ... , I...1I i otner worns, we sn.ui i .,e , IIUJIII'J nil uni ii.iiii -. 'it. . ne tuve already paid for l ,rn l ... .....-V. .l.HAu ... tl.nu.. r. , "Ul BUl ll naci linen hp ii."-.- Av's"1 ' ' "I' hasiiig that part of the -"ii .-on ouiiiul ua wouiu oinoi- 1th, r pathetic wish that (lermany I nf n I gill v- effective preceelentB established I Vi'rtnvn publishes what pu.po.ts to he , these cars at high spec, into the en- places. On the Hug In Gallcla Hun- v. l.tt.e more i.irefu. of An,... tt'civU war the- Government would ! .'h'e deU.s of the ci'e by the Turks J'Si'' K.; el iw " T he WKlS a " I'ropre. have acted with businesslike genernslty 1)f Aenlni.s which exceeds in number ''""''V" ' or' ami could expect to receive similar tieat- aIiy Tecorii n history III ..ne section of ns Is " ' t M 'f J1"""" ,,... . , ...... "Iln Ki.uI.iimI. It.t in rrlurn," the article It Is said that the Turks after 1 V,, ill" b Ht.lt.. "h the ame, cor SURE RUSSIA WILL II . . " t. iennany wilt be small com- "PEA CE," CR Y WOMEN TO Throng of Widows of Austrian Soldiers Makes Remark able Demonstration in Vienna Park as Emperor Passes in Daily Drive to the Hofburg. tiirrial iirteniunttince to Tim St v li.MHiN, .liny ...The KfniitMiif prti.ls a despatch from Its correspondent In Zurich describing the lecent peace, dem onstration In Vienna by women In front of the Kmperor's palace. The despatch In full follows; Neutral t ravelins from Vienna, on whose reliability r.o doubt can be cast, relate the details of a very remarkable Peace dem Jtistratlon which waa held In the Austrian capMal on Sunday, June euriy nouru or tne afternoon ' ' , I r VS." y,S !! known us the Hofburg. The aged Km- peror, It should be explained. Is In rtsl- ,mrts of Vienna, but 'it Is his habit to orne n.niy in a carriage, and pair (his ' rfpucrainrp to motor cars Mi,ur, nr the cinltnl. ulomr the busv Marliihllfcistrasse and a stretch of the ' igs-'rnsse to tne Hofburg. Mln,,l(... ,, ,,,.,... and returns to Schoeiibrunn by the "ame route late in the anernoon. so mnnv tiAii, iln uu ft... Ciiiti.pn, .i.Imi- mnnv tiettlli.. wmw tlm I?tii1iitriir i-ntnln ' , , " - dam- at exactly the same hours that his movements are well "oiourg was uineo to uiKt i lilaee In tlm .irinrnnnn. when Hie Km. the worMng ct,ises of Vienn.i. i ney poured tnrougti tile arenway facing west and through the archway leading f n m tin Kohle-strase, and '' numbers they swept In from - .....piii...t. . ,-ii, ,.,,.... public park. ltfoi. any ne In authority '"' ir.ej were jammed .iKmi) " ever) mailable .,uare inch of groun. ! i ... mi I an u.erne.n u ui. the npprtacnes. Many of them were tlrewecl in deep mourning for the hus- imiius nmi s.ms ioi ai me iroiu in iius , terrible war. against which they had I ,,., - .lnl, romalllc,i lna(.tlve pending .leltnl-e rieclflon from the Kniwror MmfM MountcJ iwllce came un In .Muumi-j iwiiw iiiiiie ui in Rreat ha-.e from the Schotten King, but j a"' k1'"1 of n'tvance against the tightly packed women could only have resulted ,rrlhl. Inu life ..n,l their e.ini. . hltalpil to ..... .onM. billty on himself. In the courtyard Itself pared with the advantages accruing therefrom. The TCiiies th's morning gles prom- inenct - to an nnonymous article pur- porting to give the American point or ! clew respecting the cotton question and sucuestlg a solution. The writer lep- tne piiiseiu trenu or opinion is auonen m mature It meatfa un Inevitable disturb ance of American eentlment that can not be to Oreat Hrltaln s Interests It ! means that the I'nilfil States may be ' ' hampered and wmkened In dealing with other Issues from otner quarters. n , headquarters. 150 .Nassau street. All liiMli that while the war lasts trere will p..Ce lovers In Chisago are to be or be diplomatic friction and that when It ' KnnUed In the Friends of Fence inove is over there will be an aftermath of. num. resentment ami the preentatIon of a . bill of damages." Hi: licet a Kiiilmrgo II III. The writer predl.ts that when Con- gres meets a nui iiir.-i.miii,, ( poriaiion 01 mumm-im - - 1 duced. He does not believe that the . hill will be enacted Into law, becauseladherer.ee to the tenets laid down by our the Fresldent will be sure to veto It. , forefathers that America s safety lies In Hut whether It obtains a sniaii or a nirKe , support, he says, will depend on (treat Hr ta in s action, lie aeciares nun situation w... not bert Jjr by de j "J . hapyn, that cer daring cotton contraband, and mAhea , the following suggestions: The Hrltlsh Government should first put Itself In a right jiltion with American legal and otriol.it opinion by placing cotton on the contraband list. It should then purchase from the South ern cotton exchanges the amount of cot ton that normally would have gone to the central empires. This would Involve the 011tl.1v of some IISO.IIOU.OOO, If Great Hrltaln then bought up on the . same ante helium basis the normal ex- jKirts to Holland. Henmark, Norway. Sweden and Switzerland another 2S.- (Hiil.tiOii would cover tne mini eiene. 1 0i t ( societies or nil parties are lie. The cotton so purchased would have tolI1(. invited to send delegates. Invlta-, ...,,,. .... ,i,e iinti-i, Govern- !, .i ,.f,i ,,',,t i, H,,i, 1,, Hrltlsh el,Iine'ts until the end of the war. "ir these liur-Iiases, ne says, urir used simply to take the place of a slm iii.r nmouiit that otherwise would liav. been iiiirted to the Hrltlsh mills, th" cotton growers would gain nothing and the woie puriKise of the plan would be 1 defeated. "It must b 1oth Inteinlnl and re garded as compensation for the disturb ance and not ns a profitless diversion of .... .....1.1, ene material from one COUI1- . r".'"" . . .... . i .1,. ..,!-.. 1 frinn the Hrltlsh Government to the ' American planter and must have noth ing to do with the current How of nor mal trad "At n price nf in cents a pound such an arrangement could without clltllculty , ,...0tlated. The Hrltlsh Government " " .,s,o to deal with all shipments of cotton to neutral coun- Copper for Mllltltr) Fse Alone eiv (ierinan l.m. teitil Cable negater, to nil. six ,onion, July 22. The correspondent thefirn'lu Mail at The Hague has tel- bltreial Cable Detpatch tu Tin: Six I nf the)flu Jfciil at The Hague has tel egr.iphed that the recent German order commandeering all copper Tor military use has been followeel li" an order pro hibiting the us of the metal for any save military purposes. Manufacturers and electric appliance companies have been ordered to report the amount of their stock on hand. Submarine Firm a Xriilrnl Hlilp". fvtclal Cable liettxitch ta Tlie Si-m Coi'KNIlAUKK, July 22. The crew of the Norweislnn sailing ship Nordlyset. which was set on lire by n tinman sub marine, has landed at Fredeilkshaven. She left her home port with a cargo nf timber for Knsland. The Hwedlsh bark Capclla alto waa aet aflra by a aubma-rlne. S TRICK EN i AGED RULER was the liermaiit 1 1 mditai i ciiant. con sisting of a l nit a scote of soMlers, but their olllcer also awaited onlers before making an attack on the women. T lie I'remler was hastily siiminoneil and cnteied the Hofburc by the entrance 1 ,i. i,.n..i. i.i-.i. . b7h "Sr "t,,; "l:!mm-n.nB the a.lbd land forces on lug tleneral for the capital was also 'he (lalllill Peninsula In the Dardan- fetched, and one of the Archduke- droe'elle, In a report published to-night by I up wnue tne iiemonstratloii was ptoceed- the OIHclal I'res Hure.iti, gle tno Ml lug. Meanwhile, while the (!oernment J lowing account of recent operations; hesitated, the women remained In the' Inner courtyard of the Imperial palace ! nrthrrn Section Oiiemtliins. ami continued to wall without cessation: A rrl,(It)K ,Mrty rlll,hP, trench e want pence. fron. mlr iin. on uun,iav nlcht Hnally, a most effects e method "f , sootning and coivlllatlnK the women was adopted. A window ope'ilng onto i balc-ony ovet looking the courtyard was thrown open, and the Kmperor Francis Joseph stepped nut Into full view of the multitude The Kmperor will be !. years of age In August, ar.il he looks un uku , inn iiKurc is urni, mm ne nas i tile allll.u..lli.a nf lieltn- fi..l.tl ntlJ ! worn. He was wearing, as usual, his .. .. .. ... . . ' iienerars uniform, wun swoni supen(ieu from his belt, et he looked weak and helpless rather than Imperial ail com inunding. There was an Instantaneous hush; the women look l at the balcony, and refrained from any hostile demonstra tion against the Kmperor, who raised his hand and mgan to speak to them Ills winds were inaudible to the greater pirt of the ciiiwd, but tho- who were , ----: ..." for the widow and orphans, but that the colossal sacrifices made by the na tion were now producing success, Inas much as the Russian had Wen driven out of Austrian territory and victory In evi r illiectlon w-aa In xlKlit. He added that a little more patience was needed before peace could be con- Ollg Ith ind the rilill'f i UI Mllll II. Ill I t 1 1 III 1 1 1 It illlll - Ull ,he balconv while delivering his speech. a oae,l . the women dispersed! Ttu.rc was no more noise; there were a f ioi.,.p.i cries of "We wnnt near!" ,)Ut ,ne cpmV(, went hone Uelly at, wlthout df0rder. They were all sad ...i.. ei.nm,i. ti .innmnaipn. It is plain that it was carefully organ- Ued, otherwise the women could not i hae approached so silently and filled I t,Htched bv water from Kurna via tfce the courtrtrd of the Hofburg without I Euphrates' ard Hamar I-ike. being prevented by the itillc. The en- r, rplte of very ileternilned re tire absence of men was also a clever I flntar.ee on the part of the Turks our device. If there had In-cii men, both 1 force, -kllfully supported h extern the troops and lb - mounted jsillce would i pnrlzed gunboats an-l launches, forced tne troops anu in mounien ponce wouiu i almost certainly have attacked without delay or compunction, it may be safely ' assumed that the demonstration was ldanned and carried out by the Austrian Socialist party or by the .utlwl ant!- war section of that party. LOVERS OF PEACE TO MEET IN CHICAGO Convention Will He Held in September to Crytiilli.L' Sentiment. Western lieailuuarters of the Fr.fiid of I'eace movement "to forestall efforts to Involve America In the European war" are to be established In Chicago. nrrr.iin . ,iei.i-, re ,..hwt v..tr. ,a. at a conference at the national The followlrg announcement relating to the forthcoming convention was Is-1 sued at the conference of the national , organization: "Strong evidence of the exlstinee of a preconceived mil carefully designed ioi 10 involve me .mericar. jieopie in me j.uiun-.in nui iii.ii.ri. n nrn-,n - f0r a loyal Americans to pledge thele I peine mm uimj uc-uum n-n . n tangling alliances' with Hutopean na financial reat-on, are In fav..r of abro gating our tractitt. ti.il stand for peice. It will the purpose of the great Na-1 .... .. ... mi, . tlonal Fence I'onventlon, at Chicago, September 5 and C, to denounce such rchemes as unworthj of Americanism and to crystallize the sentiment of this country In a determined stand for peace. The convention will conclude with a mammoth peace demonstration on I.abpr rjav. 't ls j,.aCo t IM,.stie the desire to make the National Convention as representative as r- of our cosmoiiolltan noiiulatioii. tlons atu being exteiiiieu to cuurcii enn- gregatlons and religious nrganlzatinns of ...ne' il.ninnliinticiti. to civic and reform boiliis. women's clubs, and organizations of citizens! of foreign extraction. "Two or more representatives from tiiih State will constitute a national executive committee wlilc.li win meet 111 Chicago In the middle of August to make final arrangements for the conveii tlon. "National headquarter of the Friends nf I'eace, which has charge nf the con- vetltlnll. nave neen t-sc.iuiiMieii 111 uie Sun Hulldlllg. lHS-711', I.1U .MlShllU street. New orlt . ll) . TURKS MASSACRE 10.000. Mlnnchtrr of I'J.tMHt More r iiieiilans Ontereil. In llepnrt. ;ifij; Cable Hrtimtel, to Tiik Siv ..e nussacrii g w oiesa ''.'"'','' llltlis coiiecxen -....... y ' ...' ' I dren from the sunoundiiig vllIaRes arid .Hove them to the banks of the 1 Igtls, wh(tr(i (h(,y l0t ,,vl.lv ,, ,lf tl,em They tm. jjm,.,, another thousand which had .. , ,ir.. .iiuu-lune iney Four battalions, It Is said, have been sent to the .Mush Valley with unlets to destroy every one of the 12,000 Anne. nlaiis In that district. The slaughter has already begun, It Is reported. All the Armenians in the nintneKr region nave been killed. The cause of this massacre or series of them was the charge that the Arme nians were plotting a pro-Itlisslan t evo lution. Two Fniiiidlnns Killed III lliillle. ci rtn-i .iiilv 22. 1-ast night's cas ualty list 'contains the na s of two Nlkil In action, live woun I ard miss- l.tll... .1. ..-.l-ll. .. .. Inir and one dead of wounds. l.leut. Charles. II. Ackerman of Fcterlioro,. Ont., la among the eovcrcly wounded. ALLIES ADVANCING, SAYS GEN. HAMILTON A.II Turkish A Murks Fufl in Diirdniiclli's, Coininuniloi' Dcclurcs. AIIMMfAIT WX SMASH Kl) inntl Viihlr lrt)itrh In Tur UiNtHiN, July Sir Ian Hamilton, ftn) . rntmy fleli xcl.pl one. who was killed. An anti-aircraft sun was located and hit with the second round from one of our guns. The fifth round blew It Into tne air In Ihe Simthrrn rrn. The Turks on Sunday attacked jome ncwlv captured trenches In th" !.-.. ...l. h.u.,li. ..I i. . .... ei.,illlArl ll'lth French sivtlon and were repulsed with ease. In the ltrltlsh section there has been contliiu tl pro-ress dnlly. although the work has Inen merely consolidating In simt cases We have been eMe: ding the trenches won on the 12lh and 13th. On Wednesday a small re- I doubt was eaptuml with Inslgnlll- i cant loss, A successful attack was made cm I part of a communication trench held by the i- erny and a Turkish machine gun iipisislte our left was knocked out u the French artillery. In both sections the enemy's artll It ry has bten very actlc. HRITISII WON IN EAST. India tinice m Turks l.osi lln plimles I'nsltiiins. fltrrml Cable icMlrA fn Tur. scv. 1i.vpoN, July 21 The OlTlclal Tress Hureau t"-nlglit nude public the follow ing report received from the India Office : As, a result of notions foucht in the tlclnity of Shalba ut the end of the second week of April the Turkish force which was threatening Basra from the west hastily retired on Suk hcisheyukh and Nalrlch, on the Kuph.-At.e IUer. Since thin they have been Intrench ing therm-fives In a series of positions. With -the view f dislodging the enemy from these nnsltloti a force was iks pnrlzed gunnoats an-i laum their way to the Kuphratei One regiment was able the enemy's gun p. sltlon o upnrales. to outllanK on the right .ink and this fell Into our hand", to gether with seven Turkish officers ard eighty-three regular sobUers, as well as a number of Arabs. Suk hessheyukh ha bien occupied by our local Arabs. It Is submitted that our casualties were 109, Including twenty five killed. The Turks have now retired o a strong poltlon below Nalrlyeh. from which place they have made several attempts to dMoilge our force fiom Its advanced ixisltlons. All these ef forts have been easily repulsed. In an attack launched against tht enemy's flank on the 21th (of April) the Punjabis encountered unexpected resltance and suffered considerable 10ses. The operations are still progressing. n,w.:i tr.il rennet nuhlNh.-d In Con stantinople of llntish defeats at Irak j arc devoid of foundation. SAYS TURKS WEAKEN. French 'iiniiiiiiiiliiii- lnli- Thnt AttiicUa slum l.n i-U nf spirit. Simal r.tl-lf fifitl7. In Tin. mv l'Altls. July 12. The French cone- niuniquf- regarding the P.iril.in.-llex glvea the details of the weak attacks al tcmpti-i-hy the Turks to regain the posl- tlons they lost after the ltrltlsh success between June IS and July :. o julu. 30 the French left captured the knoll of Kerves Hlver, which they keep despite counter attacks. -xhe sp.nt of tne riirKs is mucn uif1 fer,.,lt from tIi:tt of several weeks ago." It Is added. "The chiefs are grumbling among themselves. One Ciencral had to Issue an order to-day saying : "'Any offln-r giving up his position before his last man Is killed will be shot ' "Fresh Turkish troops to the number of 10,000 ar ed at the first line of 1 trenches at Kilthla on the nlcht of June 1 3. The next night they mail a general i.tt.iek in line sii i-. After the heaviest attack In tine style. After the heaviest ( nf bombardment from noin wi lanu artillery and the guns nf the battleships anchored between Maldns and Chanek the Infantry rushed from their trenches while a Turkish aeroplann dropped bombs 011 our positions. Hut their nttack Is of the weakest kind. They lack courage and the dash 1 we are accustomed to see. rhn Allies , c-alnilv await the nrilval of the enemy nmi wneii nicy are aimosi wiiuin naiiu ic.ich o. us we open a deadly lire with nuns anil quicktirers. nanny a iutk I escapes unhutt and most are killed. Icme Insses nr.- of the sliirlltest. j "Tlie next morning despite the grent J wind prevailing seventeen of our nero- I planes bombarded the Chanek aeto. I drome, dropping one bomb weighing "0 uilo.s a id containing r l.lins or expio ivo powder em the principal shed which took tire ' AUTOS CUT WIRES. tllleil Vlni'lilnes Grli I'.titnunli-uti-tit- mill lenr Wny for Infantry. siireiiil Ci Me Herptitrh to Tut: Six HosiMiN, July 23. The Allies at the I Dardanelles nr using armored nutomo-i biles to break throuuh wlie entangle mint elected by the Turks, iiccordlng i to a despatch from tne corresponuem of the '"(men at Mltyb-ne. They drive ' r(,Hnon,l.-nt says, aie using till" .silencers, , i vihlcli ate mule nf concentric brass that ' . . . ; hetueen the tubes Is filled , . , ' " , "' wml " hn!" !s I Slil (-('I , .lie ll .liei tired, the air expelled from the rillc forces the springs outward. CHRISTIAN WOMEN EXPELLED, TurkUh Aiilhorltles in lliirln In struct Them In Go Into Interior. I'akih, July 22. An Athens despatch says that the Turkish allltary author ities have ordereel all Clitlstlaii women nnd children In the town of Hurla, on the Gulf of Smyrna, to leave their homes and to go Into the Interior. No repl) has been received by Ihe Gr.ek Government to presentations , mad nt Constantinople respecting the I . . ... 1. In Tllt.1.11.. S111.1A i.ei-nee ii linn i'i .in'tni. in .Mm'i. ..wui of the newspapers are urging an enar- gctlc policy In dealing with. Turkey, I;1 WARSAW AND ITS OUTLYING DEFENCES cr aenmw&k X. LuA . ill t f:. T scai r. or Mii.f5 "kN. L, ' 0 S 10 M JO tQ Jf . "THE Gcrmnn official war report fortro.s of IvniiRorod, nt Vistula rivers, was closely invested to indicate that the railway from Warsaw to the southeast has been cut. Northwest of the Polish capital the bij; puns of Novo Georp;icvsk are already in action, while at Hronie the German lines are closer to Warsaw than they have ever been before. TEUTONS TRAP RUSSIANS AND INVEST IVANG0R0D l 'mi f I tiiicd rtim J-'lrjf i'wjc. j troops before IvaiiEoroil The gie.it i bildcehead positpm near l.ugonwa- wolo was stormed at mum by the brave SIli'M.lll triKJps, .li--.l.-li'il by Alls- j tro-ltiingarinns, and the enemy was inrowu lining tne enure front into ine fortress, which Is now cliwely ImcMcd. Nort'iwest nf Ivntigoioil the Autro lluiigarlaus are still fighting on the west bank of the Vistula. We cap tured more than n.oou prisoner and eleven machine guns yesterday. Hetwet-n the Vistula anil the Hug the battle under the ilirei-tlou of den. von Mackens.-n Is proceeding South west of I.uhlln the Autrian and Hungarians are making further ping ress. lletween Slelimcka and Wola. south of IteJawUv, on the Hug, on n wide sector, the hostile positions, bine been stormed. l.agnw Is situated thirty kilometers (eighteen and three-qu irters mbes) east of Zoeli n and llftecti miles south- west nt ivaiigorou. i.iignw.iwoio is leu Kiioineiers isi linn (Hit quarter miles) linrtliwent nf Zoelen. South of .Marlampol four nillcers and 110 men were taken prisoners and four machine euii.s went captured. SABRE ENTIRE COMPANY Itusslnim llepnrt Oci-tt pit t Inn nf ll llliuoroil's Ail mi ceil Lines. Sfrrml Cablr ir.;ifrA In TllE 5l . rrTROHi:!!. Juiy Si" The following of. llclal statement was Issued at armyi headquarters to-nUht In the Shavli district the flermaiis are concentrating on a front weal of the Shavll-.Mltau road. In the trans-NIemen district, there was desperate tlshtlng estcnlay along thu rlvir Jessin, southwest of Kovno. On the N'arew front, near the llozan bridgehead, violent lighting occurred near Mrotchka and Kavk.i I'urltig a counter attack Cossacks charged and salicrcl an entire ilirman cumimn). Dn the left Uink of the Vistula we have occupied the Hloiue-Nid.irz) n lines and the adv.imul defences of Ivangorod. HetwtL-n the Vistula and the Hiii fighting of a desperate character oc cuire.l vesterday. The Austro-ilcr-nians are concentrating their efforts against llaljltze. Tiaviilkl. Voislavttze and 1 iroul.i-i-ho'f. Several vlllases on the heights changed hands several times, (in the Hug fierce lighting occurred f from Krylow to Dobrotvore. Above 1 Sokal wn cleared the right bank of the , river of the Austro-Uermans on an ex- tended front, taking I.S11O prisoners. , We also captured tlie village of I'o- 1 tourjitze. I I nticci y V.'C T,R0KE 1 ilUoJI.ia iiiiunn.i. Vienna Tells nf Victories 11 1 I in 11 ifiirnil nmi nn the lliitc, Sl'iaul Cable MrnmfcA In Tuc M v Vtr.N.s'A, via Amsterdam. July 2". 1 Tin- following off 11 In! leport was issued to-night by the war Office clreat successes atteiuled the efTnrts of the allied (Teutonic) troops west of the Vistula again yestoiday. The main Russian poeitlou, which has been constructed to take nil the nppearaiie-e of a fortress, west and south ot Ivaugoroc was broken through on both hides of the Itadom Novo Alexandria roael b Genu. in troops The Husslaus reircaliil to lviingorod and the right bank of the Vistula. Austrii-llungarlan troops are ad vancing from the south and German troops from the west against Ivan- "'The fleeing Hussians have se, nr.- to a number of places west of the Vis- tula. Hast nf the Vistula the Itusslaiis ate nlTerlng stloug rcRistanre and tlghttug of gieat violence ceuitiiiucs The Hus sians are suffering great losses. Tin. number of prisoners taken )csterday in this lighting alone numbered x.oon. Fifteen machine guns ami four cats sons have been added to our booty. On the Hug the Austrn-Germans pieri'i'd the Kusslau fiont at hcveral ' (iriinil DilUe Mcbolns Mi). Friiers , Will Hi- Ins.veroil. l'CTliociiiAti, July 2: -Supplementing the- Itusslan "Day nf l'r.iyer" the Grand Duke Nicholas, Ge ucrallssimn of lho iirmles, Includes the follow. ng in the older of tlie? day . Hy eleslre of th Hmperor and the hoi) s)liod Hie whole of llussia is to-day praying for the victor) of the Husnian arms. I firmly believe the Joint praers of the lvinpcror and his people will be fulfilled The whole of Itussla has united In ll elturts to suppl) the army with all that Is niccBuary to wage a vie tcvlous war against the enemy You men nf the heroic army and navy who have been confided to mo do not forget that the Kmperor nnd all Itussla am aiding you by their praynrs and their l.ibois. Imbued with thla thoucht and strong ia our courage, let ua show ,Jr y ' 4? .MARCONI ENTHUSIASTIC. yesterday said that the second class the junction of the Wfcprr. and the by the Austro-Gcrmnns. This seems Un in mil gratitude by fr.eh .. e.ls. 'Sod .i i-i II. s pnwvrful help .ire wuli ll. (ml We 1.1 in oiiim'x s I "l.lt faitli w'li.li .. the earn.-st of vi. tiny. Tfi' i nil .'im ,,,,,,,,. TlihASOS Iih ATS RUSSIA. onlilli-r Writes 'lluii 1 1 III, -ers ir 'rninii llrluln llelriij t mm-. A letter telling of the despair nf cer. tain M-cMof s i.' tli. IiiiHi.ui penplc b.-- c.iiiw oi me inconiiHteiici . currimtliiti .inn ire.ison o: llie lliuh "lllccir III in tiratul ItuKe Nu-huii-.t ,irni re.ichei', th.s iitj i-ii-ril:i 1 1 "in .Miiscoa v,i Arihanire: Alexin S I'eehelmo nf H'.S Forilith men. l(:iMkliii. fntmcrl) nl. toi of tin- ,'uAM'in In .1 wirilco, Chi- e.igii, Mveixcil the li tier. The u titer, .i woundeil coiimilvilon.ir . I . ntll. i-r ihiw tn a hipliai In Mn-vnw. relates that as many as e'enlen Kus slan olllcers, niixtl.i of lierman parent. asi ami Having Herman n unes. wcru pW. Ml,rching without their arni be twnn twn lines nf (', --neks on the way to the city prison. These ollicers. several nf them rnnLin fi. Ilon.i-nl. hum. iti. tectisl in tmt-onahle consplMcie. ;I the' retaking of I'rzemysl. T i-y bad hoped I to win let man mil tare annolntmcnts anil tltb. the letter stati-n, by alillne I (lermany. Col. Ms)iiloff of the l'.u-ft.iii M-irt ' Ihi.h..- w a detis-teil iisiiig mollliz-i. ' tlon mai and c.imiMtcn plans to the tii-rman acns the fmntlcr. He w.i - nunimanlv rem .ve.1 and trie.! by oider o. th.- tint ml Iuk- Nicholas and w I lmllC.il lilKUl month, ago in l'etro. grail. ! Gen. nennmkampf Mid the letter Is 1 ' now in a cell in ihe I'.ter ar.d !au'. t forties in l'etrograd. II. s olTence was t.e violation of an ordei 1-sueil by the (liand Kuke to reach a certain point In ' a Uutle line with an mmv corns within, I twi ntv-.fotir hours. He t?ok the... 1l.1v.. ' "If our oihVi-r were as howi"ithlc i and comnetent as our neonle are self- ' s icrttlclns anil mir ue.iHini soldiers .ire I brave." runs th letter, "there would Iteier l' anv doubt as to th-.. outcome' I of t . wir in th.- east. The dissatis. faction and the dlsgui-t of the people , Ii.im nsen almost to the peltn nf an ' 'Incipient revolution In some -ecti."i ' tlre s.ems to have been w reilesile - 1 betra.val of Huwla's Interests by tier - J iiwn-Hussiaii olll -ers "Why must ltusslan nillcers he the ' deuce tie iliing.it) at anti-war m-ei-wnrst In the world" Whj wisn't th' rss ilovernment .reatisl w.th enough atn- munition befn-e r e war began.' Tne the ciilll,,,, population are, ! army more and more eveiv day asking them selves these qiicsaions ' FRENCHMAN WAS FIGHTER. llsunili-rsi I "lliis of liili'lii-," but XV. Willing ... A ,...l..-. s;.c. nt f ..rrf.;...tii, it. tn Tur :m v U..NPON. Julv '.'-The French .Inn fiiilii rbi. the newspaper whi.li is c.r. u lated w cckl) am. -tig the snlda rs in the, trenches, tells the story of an Htigbsh soldier win. wint tn a shop 111 a Frein h 1 town behind the Inns to buv a box of matihes He did not speak From h and he did not know that tin-shoplieep-T hail been a professional lmxei "llnv of mate lii-s.'' sniel tlie IhiKllsh man. making the motnui nf striking a Iti.it .-ll and holding It to bis pipe. Tin- Shopkeeper, Willi elld not kllllW Fnglish. caught the wnrdt "box" and Mint, ll'" ileal imuiedilltel.V sigllllleel 111 l'r.'iuh that he was willing to iiiviniiniii. I dale the unexpected demand. He led the Hiigllshman out of the sln.p and sepiareel I., elefelld lltlllS.'tf. I At tins nioini nt an Hnglish oflleer who i spolic 1'i.ii.n ..line alciig ami In a few' minutes explanations were made. The , Milliter got Ins box of matches as a gift , PARLIAMENT MAY CONTINUE. Vllll'll tultntlnii In I ti u I ii ii il , 1 tmcliist lx Weel.s Vel jenirninent. xiieenf I '1'ile Penitt U to Tnr Mi l.oM.'.x July 22 There is ome tg -tatt. mi iigalnsl the proposal that 1'ailia mi'iit ailjourn for six we-eks fiom July 27 Tin' Thiiii and the linn .Kml an Indignantly protesting against the move lis a deplorable example to the nation in the time of crisis Lord Cromer has mail., a pintest on behalf nf tin- lairds nnd some member of the Unuse of Commons have i'X pressed similar seiiilin.'ni Some favor l -nnlltilioils session otliers tl shortei vitiation, but Hie niaioriu s.em eonlei t to le-ave till' .il"S' till est unse'lleil Lake Hopatcong e. NEXT SUNDAY Alao Every 91 Sunday and Holiday Lv W, :3s ft tUi'tl.Y Liberty ?t 9.00: Li.J-cl.icii Ave, Je-rity Ci y. 9.17 i, to. L. BICI4 Sltffl, Stwlll. s ,sji, in. Atlantic City O CA NEXT SUNDAY aio s-w Wednesday, July -in l, VV .'1J5I " . l.n l.ibtni i xic; l.i, limn Atcnur, Jftifr C(l- S IT; Li. Btoi4 Sited, Newiil, 7.5S rn, HARD COAL NO SMOKE COMFORT A split of WhiteRocki f and a dash of lemon a thirst quencher Mildly Alkaline Itnenlor, In l.iiniliin tin; Inu Suit piles. Cruises ItiAj'a Arm;. lrrul l,il,lf i,..;.irA Tim Siv lispov, July :3. William Marconi ll in Irfindon buying war material for th" Italian .iiin. Although he ranks only as a suballern Marconi i a member of the engineering start of the army, a member of the committee nil electrical equipment for the na and chairman of the Inu Minns i-ominltlee In an Interview pi luted this morning m the milt .Iml he epui-es hlm-elf nthuiMtii ally rr KanlliiK the atdor of 'ne Hiliaii snlillits, and sas that the ertire nation Is united and prepared to tiniki- any s. nr. lice The country, lie sa.ss. is full nf soldiers still 111 training. TURKEY TO WAR WITH ITALY. Iclnliii I Itlrens anil iinlllct Is Nmi lli-Het eil Ini-l Itiitile, ' Sin ml I 'l lite htiurl, in Tllh Sin l!"MI .Inly -J2. Tlie nttoi i Oov- , i rmii- nt. In spite nf ong reptes-nta- tinns fiom the Italian lioxcrument, l.n ib-i liled to lmprloii tttl in n citizens in Tuiki-y in iniicenimtliiti i'.iiuw. It Is nipisned from this fact that Tur- K,y '"Ui-ves a breach of Italian and Turkish tclatlon-. Is but a matter of sleirt time. 0 FPUS' SI 'K COX TIN U ICS. Home iiiiimiih-cs I'nmn-w mi the Ilnllri- Isiiusit l.lni, film,it Cahir .;i(. Tilt Si n It-'MK. .1 1 1 1 :'i - Continued progress ,ii tin lsmi7.o legion i aiiniiimee.1 In the follow. ng ulll i.il reeir trom Oen. Ca- ilnriia, l.-'jeil b the War Ulllce lien ihln , veiling t lur ofTenslM- cniitinuee to ilcwdnp hIupv the .-ntiro l-iMu fnnit front M-'iit Nero to the Carso plnttMii. A'lMrl.iu iittcmptH to Isolate our 1 t- I'uii the Imiiiu hrlilEes have f illiil. We h.ie eveijwh.re tnni'i ti.in. ii our or.gliinl positions and have ""leworth.v adv.iiic.i at s.v.-rnl eapturltig raid .nblttional pils- i "'- '"' ' 'in-i'ii-ij oi snriiu-s. Aerial r--oniinisances have devcl- npid the fact that the Atttllati arc rushing large Isslies of reenforc--iiicn.s to the frnnt. , pr;cr; iffy l,,r?nt rniiv'T ' lxun ". I 1UM 1 lU. I . Viisirlmis lleiiiiite An Works hi Trent mill I rleste. Signal 1 Mt Iriittl. to Till- i IPiMK, .lul.v 22 An uncensored des patch fiom Vienti.t savs that lS.OOol Autr.an troops have in en . . ushed from i the Italian front .mil coiiceiilt ittsl alornri . '-I-e VUnna to Trnste railway in the', ' reiirhletrhotsl nf Toblacli. 1 The Austi lar.s are renortcil to be stor- ing works of ait at Tn nt and Trieste1 In Immb proof ci liars A strike has! .en pus lalm.-d at I.i. l.nltz. It Is said. I ami troops have len sent to restoiel older ! Mi.inwhile the secession movement Isl sine. 1. ling m I lungarv under the cllris-tion i ! of th- seciet M-i iet.v nf oung Hui.- I gm ,ms who om ulv advoi'.r.e indepen- TO DEPORT GERMAN CONSUL. lleiinuirl. 1-it Hi- Tried In Free '.c-piiellii Frews, ,pei,if mhle lifimlrh tn Tilt. Si I..1MS-N. Jul 2: A Copenhagen , iies.i in 11 savs that the Danish Cnvum- " J'-" '"'""' to deport the German j Coiis.il at C.oniirecht, who has been in1 )iis..:i for thtee weeks for attempting J to se. ure the relets 1 of Interned Zen-1 pelm crews. Continuing Today and Concluding Tomorrow at 1 P. M. Semi-Annual Sale of Saks Suits for Men Reduced from $40, $38, $35, $30, $28 to $23 You have today and tomorrow a day and a half, to be exact in which to patronize this important pale. Yet the available selections, even at this la to hour, offer a splendid range of choice, in both models and materials, because a Saks sale starts off with such comprehensive assortments that the opportunities are good right up to the final cur tain. Hut act now and bear in mind that every suit in this sale is a Saks suit, in each and every de tail of its making, from the first incision of the cut ter's shears to the last inspirational touch which establishes it as a thing of beauty and a dream of style. .- small charoc for alteration. Broadway 'HEIGHT DOMINATING GORITZ IS CAPTURED Mtiliniis 'hi l;c I'oilirom Hills, One of Chief Defences of Ison.o Fortress. ADVAXCK I'lfO.M IMiAVA riTmf (nhlf lu.filrh In Tuv Sin IiOMhiV. July 'ii The flnl) .1MIO corressitidetit at MII1111 sends the fo. lowing fiom ."-rifilo: "The gleat battle of the Isonzo has. reached Its llfth ila.v. The piogrcss 1 f the Italians Is lilirhecked. They am Converging on t'.orltx b.v a double at tack froin I'lava on tin- north atnl from the I'.irsn plateau mi the south. Th fiercest reslstaiiie Is bcltiR met east i. I'lava, where the Italians, advancltm frntii that city, Micetedeil to-il ly It cap luring a commatidiig Kisltiou and Hi storming a fort "The heliihts nf I'oiImoim have been taken. The I'arso battle Is at Its holgl'i There the Italians have iiipturcd tw . mote lines nf trenches, and Imvi takin another thousiiiid pilsoiiets, making -i total of l.eatly I ,'nto li tin last Hire days. "New bridges are being thrown ncrus the Isonzo nnd Kreat masses of trui,. Hte taking up positions 011 tin (iislcrii bank." The correspondent mills that l.conid.is Hissolatl, one of Hull's bt si known So clallsl pollllclaiii., ami titi). of the gtiat est advocates of the war, has neen sliEhtly vvoutiileil In the battle nf the Isonzo. He I a sergeant in nil Infan try riglmcnt. Frntii the correspnuiletit nt the snins paper nt Home it is lea met Hint Italian lor. 1.1 operntlnc northeast of iorlu have advanced about a mile toward Ter inn a. Ileports from Austrian sources tepre sent the position of the An-inui- at ibirltz as ptecariolis. The iailwa.v "ii Hons cannot be utlllreil. It Is .mil, .md fo.id ami .imlillllillli.il have to be nil-liMilc-t fiom trains at San I'letto. 11. I nnd a half to the south. The Sal. I'.i o line, which Joins the liortiz-Tiiesit Ium to the I'dttii-Monfalcnne-Trli sle line, cut by the Italians, Is now unit'-r tile. The I'nilgora heights uti.l Mnnte batlno. onl 11 few hiiiidii'il nls npart, on the rlk-lii or western bank of th lsoiizn, les than two nillee fiom ilorltz, have been the chief defences nsalitt h direct attack on the great Austrian foil n. ss. They dominate the northern sic tlon of the bridgehead established by the Austrian 1.1 pintiel the Isonso bridge leading to ibiiit. RATTLE STILL RACES. lennn 'li-lls il llesienil. I'lulil- Itiu fur I'liur Un 1 Vikssja. .lulv foil. -w .1.11 re port 011 the o.enit.ins in. il. e It.ilinn front was tsuel Inn tVs i-iiiiiiik The battle I-. tin. itgem ..f lioiitz contiuiieil lesiei.l.iv w it1, iitiilim-.. -Isln-'l v.nlin.e Tla pi lte,llt of llil liprdi. w;s undee ;i heiv artillery' tlr.t dil- nig the whole il.V. . The de fenders, bowevir, iiialnt.iiiieu their positions and repubed all the hostile iiHacks. In tin- sectni from Mt. (.'oslch ti) r.il.iz.o the Italians dui'iig tint iintht .itt.icked, llrtt. near Sell anil after ward 1111 tht whole fli'tlt between S.-.Z and 'ei tnegli.iii.i ctrh tins morning AH nf the l.n were li-pulsul u ih heivy lossi s tn tie It ill. ins. Several hostile attacks near I'oI.i.ko have 11I-n-ail' been repulsed Vi-steril.i near Silinussin 1 least of (IrailiM ii) our 1 1 oops miliiTcr ati.nked 11111I captured all tin Ir origin 1 ihisI Hons. tin. enems tetreitltiK 1 in the northwestern border of the plate.. 11 des.en. Italians lighting continues Tae Italians n-peitedlv brought fresh troops into the Held iis.ilnst t'le de femes nf Uoritx. especrilly In th ill- recti. m of 1'o.lgm 1. T.-n infanti i nuinvnts siic-es. slvel.. but vniiil.i alt i- keil heie. The bat tin deviloped into liatnl to h.f .1 lighting. Thi.-e attacks fiuteil yetr- day before our win- ent ini(li-iiien:.4. The enemy succeeded in plcuing smn -Isirt.otis nf our pos'tions, but via r pulsed during the nigh! Attacks b.v feeble fir.es with gs bombs mar l'iivi 't '-I Two at tacks 1111 Mt. Sal" fi wcie bloinlll repulsed b cooperation In n II. ink ing attack by our artlllen. After a four d.is battle nut tinOi have lnnliitatne.l theli- hisit .ins nrl the IViberdo plate. ill, as well as at the point of siippoti nf tiiiiitz How ever, the biitlle lias 11. .t vet I een de. 1 elded. """; co-i lh,r south the ei eni .st,.t,i(v con tinned a ,e iv y ..rtiMerv tlie H.utles In II' legion of Krn 1 M..-'te Ner.O continue. at 34th Street '"I 1 .. V. It'-? If SVS-1