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the Merman advance toward the Hug
Itlver and the WiirJaiv-I'etroKrnrt rail way, according to the official etatement mnde public by the (leneral Hlnff to night. The statement In aa follows . The onemy has been held hack on the left hank of the Nnrew by the nergotlc counter attacks of the Huh Kim. There Is Intense flKhtlng In the for est enat of Kozan. The enemy brought up enormous rerve above Serotsk on Monday evening. Tliere h.ive been successful Huti'lnti attacks on both bank of the Narew. Some detachments of the enemy were compelled to beat a hasty retreat to the region of the village of ttni.in. In the village of Zeppelin "no prisoners with soveral Maxims wre taken. The counter attack of the enemy frcm Konstantlnow was rcpulcd by armored motor cars. On the left b.ink of the Vistula at daybreak on Monday there was a euvesful bayonet charge, an attempt of the enemy to approach the front at Nadar Zhn and 1'lasechlno being le pulfti!. Stubborn fighting Is occurring on the Hug In the teglon of Nokal ((Jail cia) and l'otourihltxn, where a por tion of the enemy's forces crossed the river. The fighting Increased from Dobro lenka to Novo (leorglevsk on the Narew on Sunday and Monday. The enemy was repulsed beyond me Yesla Hlver southwest of Kuwno on 1 i I, melon of Itakolout.y. Malda 1 and Ostrowlkl on Monday evening large forces of the enemy succeeded In capturing a portion of the Itus Inn trenches, but weie expelled from them by the counter nttacks. A particularly vigorous attack In the neighborhood of Hrovleshow has been successfully repulsed. The enemy delivered Ineffectual at tacks on the Dniester and l'ruth rivers. Fast of the Wleprz to the 1SUK ine HKI1UI1K luitiuiufo. There have been cavalry outpost at- Hons on the Dwlna and the Nlemen, but the osltlon Is unchanged. Sea bombarded Bamosoun and Itlzoh, killing 150 sailors. The official statement Issued earlier In the day wns as follows; In the direction of Tukum toward Bhlok (midway between Tukum and Hlga) the enemy's offensive, which be ran Saturday, was repulsed with the aisistance of ships' guns (evidently on vessels In the Hulf of Hlga). North of the Nlemen the enemy ap proached the Pomewlaz-Keydar.y front. On the road to Kovno from the outhwest there has been some fight ing. On the Narew front the enemy con tinues unsuccessfully to attack our po sitions of the Plssa Hlver near the village of Klnvatkl. South of Hozan after a stubborn encounter with the Germans who had crossed the Narew we threw them back In the region near the mouth of the Orz as far as the village of that name. Southeast of Pultusk the enemy's attacks were repulsed. Small engage ments were begun with the advance defences of Novo Heorglevsk. On the left bank of the Vistula enemy attacks on advanced works of j ivangoroa were repuisen wiin sue hs. Itetween the Vistula and the Vleprz the nrtlllery duel continues. Hetween the Vleprz and the Hug the battle continues with great Intensity. On the 25th the enemy attacked along this whole front, with the ex ception of the Immediate vicinity of the Vleprz. North of Hrubechow the enemy de livered an energetic attack with strong foices, but our troops repulsed ajmoat all the assaults and successfully counter attacked. There has been no change on thl front, except In a few villages which pass from hand to hand. There has been no fighting on the Bug, the Zota Llpa or the Dniester. In the Hlack Sea on Sunday our torpedo boats, opeiatlng In the coal region, destroyed forty sailing ships laden with coal. They also destroyed I new coal shaft uuu u suspension 1 bridge. AUSTRIANS MAKE GAINS. Vienna Hrpnrls Capture of :t, 0(1,1 Husslnn Xenr hoknl, VIENNA, via Amsterdam. July 27. The War Olllce Issued to-night the tol lowing statement of operations In the , Russian campaign '. After storming Sohal our troops continued to fight for possession of the heights southeast of the town, which are especially Important for the main tenance of the ciosslugs of tlw Bug Klver. Yesterday we stormed this po sition, capturing 3,0no men. twenty of ficers and rive machine guns, -North of Uroubechow the fighting la progressing successfully. SEES GERMAN VICTORY. Hllalre llrlloi- Predicts Russian Reverse In Present LiimpnlKii. Special Cable Veipatch to Tiik Si s. IMo.s-, July 27. Hllalre Belloc, who Is regarded ns one of the foremost military critics, In a lecture here to night declared that the odds favor th Hermans In the eastern campaign. Ho reviewed the Itusslan situation. which he described as precarious, saying that the crossing of the Narew was Im portant own If the men crossing It were not numerous, The, feat showed that the railway line from Warsaw to Petro grad was In great peril. Ho spoke of what seemed to be a lull In the fighting and ascribed this to the Hermans waiting for more am munition. The I.ublln-Cholm lino la alao In great danger, he said, and the Hermans are favored by their superior ity In munitions. "lt l nonsense," he asserted, "to Imagine that the Hermans In the north are hampered by the swamps and for ests. There are good causeways ncross the marshes quite sufficient to hear the heaviest artillery "The Bug has not furnished a cover for Warsaw, although It has covered tha railway It Is obvious, however, that the gamble for the Polish triangle ll a very close one. If the ItllsslanH win It will bn a permanent strnti-Klc ile feat for the enemy in the east ; If they lose It means the loss of Wnrsaw and the Vistula as u line of defence." HITCH IN WARSAW FI0HT? roatponemi'iil of Itelchsta's sft. alon SiiKKests Illrtlciiltli's. Special Catile Detpatch to Tin Sis. Amstkhpam, Jul) 27 A despatch from Berlin says the next plenary ses sion of the ItelchHtng has been post poned for ten days, that Is until Au gust 19. In some quarters this delay Is taken to signify that unexpected difficulties have arisen In tho Warsaw campaign. MUCH COTTON TO SCANDINAVIA. Northern Countries rtecelvr 17 'limes Noriiiul Supply In Venr. Special table He.palrl, in Till: Sin IjQNPqn. July 27. Tk. Mveipool Cot. Ion tlitztlh. an aulhoiit) in the liade. irlnts statistics to show that Hermany ilnce the war began has obtained liei 10rn1.1l peace time supply of cotton, nlnl loll.ind, Denmark, Noiwnv mnl Sweden iao oblauiid about sevntien limes if I'M' in I r-nt FRENCH CAPTURE CHAIN OF HEIGHTS IN VOSGES Storm Fortified Hills in Face of Heavy Fire and Drive Out Germans at Bayonet's Point Elevation Dominates Calmar Road. Special Cable Detpatch to Tun Sun. 1'ams, July 27. By dint of very hard fighting the French forces In the Vosges completed toilay the conquest of a highly Important crest of hills which the Herman had powerfully fortified. These hills dominate the principal valley of the IVcht and the highway leading through It to Colmar. French artillery ' lll.K'PlI All tf,A Unit' ..,alll,,lti tllll I.A 1i1a to make life for the Hermans In the vulley beneath very uncomfortable, If not absolutely Impossible. The attack was begun yesterday, ll.v eenlng the summit of Ungekopf was cleared of Hermans and the French tiocrw were dlKElnc themselves In. later 10 hurl back n mlml)er of counter at- lvkt. I-"t night the battle waged with out rest for either side and when eve ning set In to-day not only was I.Inge kopf a French possession but so were j two additional crests In Its vicinity, Hchratzmaenticte and llarrenkopf. All of the fighting was uphill SSO 1 feet up hill, In fact, for that Is the elevation of the summits and conse quently was not of a simple nature. Hut tne trench troops dashed ahead uit.l little concern for the downpour of rifle ........... u,, ...c, nt, ni inn, ,u the Hermans out of their positions at the point of the bayonet. They trapped 1U0 Hermans, making them prisoners, The night communique! was as fol lows : In Artols In the Souchez sector th cannonade was resumed with Intensity. The town of Arras has been bom barded twice. A tire which started was extinguished quickly. One civilian was killed. Between the Somme and the Alsue there was the usual ctllty by botn artilleries. In the Argonne our entire front wn violently bombarded. In Alsaca our troops completed e. terd.iy the conquest of a very powerful position 20ii meters high which the Hermans bad occupied above our tranches along the Llngekopf-Schratz-maennele-Harrenkopf crest, that Is, on a front of two kilometers. These heights dominate the principal valley BRITISH WAR LOSSES ! WILSON IS ASSAILED SO FAR ARE 330,995'BY GERMAN AMERICANS Army Casualties Hcach 321, aao, Those of Navy 9,100, Premier Announces. Ix)npon, July 27. Hreat Britain's losses in the war thus far. Including hoth her military and naval forces, total 33C9J5, Premier Asqulth stated to-day In a printed reply to a query put to him In the House nf Commons. The figures for the army are com plete to July IS, and show a total loss In killed, wounded and missing of 321, SS9. The figures for the navy are corn- Idete to Julv 20. The nettvMt HUfr,.(, nv the army naturally were In the fighting In northern France and Flanders, where the totHl casualties were ii,2B( officers nn,l R4!l mn. TIisa I.i.w&u divided as follows: Officers. 3.2SS ' killed. 6.H03 wounded and 1.1C3 miss- 1 Ingi men, 4S.372 killed, 156,3ns wounded anu sn.sKij missing. Tho Dardanelles losses. Including those of the land nnd naval forces, total tVJ3X, Indicating that the fight '"g 011 the Halllpoll peninsula has been i ua luriuus an in any Dame area in Kurope. The losses are divided follows ; Officers, 567 killed, 1,379 wounded nnd 198 missing; men, 7,567 killed. 2S.635 bounded and 10.92 mlsa-1 Ing, The army's losses In all thu other the trcs of war, Including particularly the operations In Herman Southviest Afilca. total .1,4 4S, divided us follows: Officers, 145 killed, 248 wounded and 22 missing: men, 1,445 killed, 3,247 wounded and 641 missing. The navy s lo-ses, exclusive of those In the Dardanelles land operations, are divided as fnlows: Officers, 499 killed, S7 wounded nnd 29 missing; men, 7,130 killed, 717 wounded and 274 missing. ITALIAN QUEEN AIDS WOUNDED Comfort Injured Snlilli-rs In (he Hospitals. Sptcltl Cable Detpatch to Tin Sea. Home, July 27. The Queen of Italy nas just returned rrom the front, where, she visited the military hosultals. Her attitude toward the wounded won her Kid. jiuyuiuruy. r.ne went ani-mg tne cots, speaking to hundreds of soldiers, the (jueen s Interest centred eane-. cially on the typhoid patients, fihe at I The alliance elected tluse ofllcersll "The delivery of arms and munltlow. beside many of the men so airilcled, and I .re,dent, Henr) Weismann ; vlce.presl-, not always violates neutrality, but If while holding their hands cndeavoied to dentlli William Orandprc, Albany , !r K, . the lighting power of one of the belllger ih.,' e ,.,eim . J'.ir.m ,0 Wrl" 10 1 A. Hltzel. Buffalo: Kmll Selm. Booh- ' enta exclusively depends upon the de- ,ntlr ::l"11"el'. nn,i ,0 ?fM mone) I ..,. i)i,,hl. Sehunectadv . Oswald i llverv of arms and numltlnns bv u iihii. At Cdlnc she visited some of the seri ously wounded men and decorated number of them for their gallantry. One ,ar' lcm'' ' ful"er,',;tw ork', ,,rc''" of the men lo whom she spoke broke urtr- J""!'" Kf"lt. I Ilea , flu inclal eec Into tears and the Queen reaching- down i retary. Jacob Blrkmayer, fruy ; secre- I mi mi- i wiped his e)es with her own handker-i tary. Max Mayer, New Voik, delegate anu n ..my uoie acsnow euae.i chief. She remained by the bedside of to the national alliance. Itlchard l.ohr-I lie Impossibility of submarines detain thl soldier for half nn hour doing her mann, Iloche-ter, honorary presidents. I '"f hostile ships. A necessary const. best to comfort him, Finally she asked Alphonse H. Knelhle, Itlchard I.ohnnnnn; "U'nce Is the destruction of such ves- what he most wished for and was told he wished only to be well aKaln that he might leiurn to the front. . a rrcmrw 4 x,n nnnv ramrr ILoj w.'liVO LCir 1 vaU tl. Suffer llnnrmoiiH Losses llnllnna, Also Hard lilt, Victorious, Paris, July !7. A Oeneva despatch says that the Austrlans are fighting with ' Wilson, a clerk In the American Con- M. Plclion Cnniniends President for utter disregard for death. The loss's sulate, has been arrested in connection ! i'nUInu Firm Stnud I aro said to have been frightful on both with the escape of a Biltlh resident ' ' sides, especially on the side of the Aus- who. Is said to have obtained an Amei i-1 ipecial (abl, Ueipatck to Taz Sex, trlans. Despite the bravery of thu , can passport by fraud Pahis, July 27. Stephen Plchon, writ AustrlanB, however, It Is said that the Wilson Is said to hae secured th nK ,m tne latest American note to Ger- 1 Italians are being victorious everywhere. passport on declaration that he knew , , jullntnl savs there Is no 1 nlL.'.r.rtHf .e?tf.'nnr n-i'n i-"ep..lll.ni:e?weei:' th'e 'pV. , VON HINDENBURG MODEST. ' J w'Zr "n tot ,'; ''" 'S"-;, "hlfh, "r'0'"e'' ' to Sweden. ' "p " .V.r.evJ.0U."., V."'" .r,n!-lll"B null lilt Hir nnii ituinrr m 1 Cnnflilriit't iHv lllni Vlrtorjt Br.iit.tK, via Itotterdam, July 27 Field Marshal von Hlmlenbtirg In a letter to the Mayor of Hanover alludes nn follows to the congratulations re- eclved fiom all pnrts of the empire: "J am only doing my duty to my King er yesterday, has closed a contract for muulcatlon matteis little, or the opln nnd tlm Fatherland. If my efforts were I lrt.ODO.OOil pounds, or about 5,000,000 ion, which at least was unexpected, that clowned with success It Is due to Hod' gnuious guidance, to my Imperial maa - ter. who Imposed upon ine this rcspon- sllile position, to faithful officer nnd to' tin. cnduriincii and bravery of our tioops As on see, not much credit be. longs to me, Wu push forward, reullz- lug that 11 delay of a few month In 1 achieving tlnal victory is of no conse- i ) stiip 'idnqs eirng'tlt; " of the Fccht as well as the main route from Notre Dame des Trols Kpls. We made several olMcers prisoners and took more than 100 men, who belonged to five different regiments. The afternoon communique was as fol lows ; A bombardment yesterday of Furnes I and of i:a.t Dunkirk was followed by a retaliatory fire from 'our guns on the 1 Herman barracks at Westende and at . Mlddelkerke. Five bombs dropped yetcrday eve ning by n Herman aviator on Dun kirk caused no damage. In the Artols district, particularly the sector of Souchez, last night there were artillery exchanges and engage ments with hand grenades. In the Argonne two Herman efforts, to attack near I.ayon and Hlnarvllle-la-llarazee were checked with ease. In the Vosgej) we succeeded jester- day evening In extending and consult UngeKKopf Snd cupy Si "h I located between the Hlver Umre and 1 the stone quarrle-. On three occasions but without success. i The Herman nrtlllery yesterday ' bombarded Mount Schlucht. GERMANS WIN TRENCHES llrrlln Hrpcirtu (inliia Writ of (lie A run 11 nr. folng'.nchH "SS operations In Fiance was Issued here to- llcnus-, via Amsterdam. July 27. The day . Weak French attacks to the north of Souchez and mine explosions In the I.e Mesnll district and In the Champagne were unsuccessful. West of the Argonne we occupied some hostile trenches. Owing to a renewed bombardment by the French at Thalnoourt we re plied by bombarding Pont-a-Mouson. In the Vosges tho enemy cap tured esterd.iy evening our advanced trenches on I.Inge Kopf, north of Muenster. Near Honcq. northwest of Tour coltie, a French aeroplane was forced to descend and near Peronne an Kng llsh machine and Its occupants were captured. fore it can be discussed fully In the other hoh """' Schneider and were ills governmental departments. Hut in all covered In a sailing boat off Ponza nmk- Allianee Loader at, Utica Says .-.tyei, answer in thema, ttffi President Violnted Oath of Office. Utica, July 27. About two thousand delegates to the annual State convention of the Herman American Alliance closed their session here with i I, i .men ulr ' tnetr session here wjth a b,,. open ivlr meeting at which the newly elected presdent. Henry Weismann of Brooklyn, denounced President Wilson ami crltl. ' clsed his latest note to the Berlin Hov eminent. Mr. Wel.-mann used stronger language than In tho resolutions which he dic tated the day before and which were approed by the convention. Mr. Wels- I H...I.I .- , .. : ... I,.., ,. r. 1T..1, ''haraed him with having violated hie l o"10" 111111 wlth be'"K " ,lul,u of Wall Street pirates," and called him ....I i i k. ..I....... The address was heard anil cheered by between 7,000 and S.00U Herman American men, women and children. . Weismann sain In part: What the Herman American Alliance neuls ts a Kaempfer (champion). I am willlnir to undertake this rre.it struecle. ' Truth will prevail In the end We are' nolni to call the President's attention to i,i. ..... ....i. i.. i ii, n.. .i.t. .v..- ... ih,. una.,fi i,i,t.. ...ii... he made at the beg.nnlng of the war w. ... ..i ......ni. " mo tuiiin v iii mr nimmuil l" llir - high position he took at that time. 1Ve:' absolutely untenable. His remarks will take a position that will win us follow In part millions of supporters. "llle American note must produce In- "All the greit statesmen who stand ' ?'f1natl:m um' ,r'u,n"' '"lln for peace and for the stopping of send- W1"011" contention that American cltl Ing munitions of war abroad will be ' "n" t'fvel where their Interests at the Chlcaco peace conference, and I u'"m lh hlh 4H1 la ll1""" with the welKht at their public service. . 'ule'' unlenahle, their tremernlous knowledge and their1 "International law unconditionally ac unquestioned devotion to American I knowledges that neutrals do not possess Ideals we will ko to Washington nnd ' absolute freedom of travel on the high win. We will say that we ate fur the "aa In war time. The l.usltunU case common people who In blood and treas-1 concerns not u neutral ship, but a ure would hae to pay the cost of war hostile ship of which there were strong We want the President to be In the ' suspicions of her beinr tnrned Into an poltlon of doing absolute Justice. 1 am willing to go to Hermany, which can af Inrrt tn he ma irnHtiltnous. ill thin rreat war. We do not want tu see her at war with Its terrible destruction of hu man life when the goed citizen of Her - many, rcngiano, f-rnr.ee aim iiussia are 'destroyed because of a foolish racial lireludlc Schneider, Illon; corresponding seen- .-w- ...... w. ... legislative cumniltt-e. Henry F Haas, I It, A. Potschke, John Dlehl, William 'ebeunann and Jo"ph Haas I ' "' 1 " '' 1 ,r c nn.Te.TTm nrrm, txt t . tt i o. o. ViUoui.Arv wur,iuv. in JXtio.. Merlin lllliorllies Simpect In I'apor Fraud ( nxe. Mini Br.m.tN, vU London, July 27 Charles , SIGN ALCOHOL WAR CONTRACT. I Distillers ('orpiirntloii lo Furnish 1 ,, I 'ww " Jlontlil). i The Distillers Securities Corporation, it was stated by President Julius Kees I Bullous of alcohol, which Is to la- used , p this count ty In the manufacture of powder. The amount of net profit will he substantial. , The company, sain President Kesler, Is figuring on a contract with foielgn Oovei omenta, the nroiialons of which I rail for the dellveiv of 2. 0110. 000 imllnns of alcohol a month for the next twelve 1 i" ' THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1915. AMERICAN NOTE TAKEN TO KAISER Gcnunn Chancellor Delivers Wilson's McssHfic ut Army Headquarters. HEl'LY MAY BE DELAYED Special ruble ttnpatth to tar. Stv Ur.ni.iN, July 27. Dr. von Hethmann Hollweg, the Imperial Chancellor, has . . . . . . 1nAa .1 .1, i nf " " car.r y ' 'V-uVr . Trmv President Wilson to the Kaiser at arm headquarter. In the meantime the i.'on.iL.,, office refuses the least Indica tion of the oflldal view, but declares that every Item of the note will be care- svery ucm 01 ine - i fullv examined and that pending the ie- clslon of the Kaiser thu answer cannot j bo expected for some time. I'ress comment on ine note nm vim- tlnues bitter, all the newspaper con- fcslng themselves disappointed. They ' dlrectly reflect the attitude of the public, j which Insists that the Imperial Hovcm- mint concede nothing more than was contained In the last Ucrman note. Ambassador Gerard piesented to tne Kora.w Ud.oe to-day a note of Inquiry , regarding the attack by a German sub-, marine on the nrlttsn steamer uruunn. TO TAKE FIRM STAND, i . i.u. ..., Hubma. rlnr CmniinlKii. oimoihi. . . . . n the Vnltei I'teit Hrri.in, via The Hague, Juiy 1 iir.iu.i., m , tic - , in rotiR- 111 the American, ' note, must' stand firm!" . The Under Secretary for Foreign ,uVr X.mm.ma admc to. day that excerp from a let er. one 0 ! the many he nml other ortlclals have tecelved from Herman citizens. Indicating that I V0","1..'1.1. ,. "! i urfre Firrd'are-ed, the letter continued. I "Kxactly," said Herr Zimmerman, tap ping the desk before him to emphasize his remarks. Do the future relations between i.er- Lna '?' " .T". " u declare'." he was asked. "No." was the quick response. "In mre. ne ..j,. No." was the quick response. In this dsv and axe It Is possible for two great nations to differ without coming were thrown on the villages of Fano and artillery tire, he says. Is hotter than that , '"'V m?.re lha" " ,,8,;1J"'e u,,"l"1l' to a break. Hermany w III never do nny- Senlgallia. at Kartio and Oorllce. ! Mr. Wanamaker letalns his member thing to bring that about. You can as-, The four Dominican monks atrcsted "The conflict, which Is being dlrectel h,n ,n ,he lenKue- sure the American people 01 tnai. at ijri on a charge of espionage luxe from captle balloons, lasted three days "Is an adjuttniont of the Herman been honorably acquitted by the mill- without Interruption." he sas. "and American controversy still possible?" 1 tary tribunal which tried them. It was after only a few hours pause was re asked. ' charged that they had been signalling sutned. The Austrian army, which !i "We hope so," responded the Under to the Austrian warships w 1th flashlights composed of soldiers of nearly mII the Secretarv, "We tried our best In our from the windows of the monaster) on nationalities In the dual monarchy, en Ust note, but i our Government did not the occasion of the llrst naval raid on dtltes the terrible tire bravely, and when aicep our proposals. What we shall the Adriatic coast. the Italians gain a position they aro do next l. of course, undecided. We have Two employees at the Vatican of I soon thrown out of It." not yet d!-eus?ed the note here In the Foreign Ofllce. It will be some time be- , when he says 'he firm." V can never give . . . n, up suunmr.ne .; i d never sanction that. , would Herr Zimmerman asked If public oplnlon In the United States will sanction , th. l.iHf Amerle.in nntA. h. I 1 m . An...l.r t, n, . 1 in.U'rnl fnnt 1 .inswereq mat , j believed It will. "Well, you can see that the people ,ur' wl" ,,ilt'11 ul'." lle remarked. 1 '"SB"1"1 "'"t America desires only 0 re-KUfiitl the lives of American cltl- ens on passenger ships. "Hermany ttled to accomplish that In ner last note, but It was not accepted," , was ine answer. How soon Hermany will send her reply, cannot ut present be determined the under Secretary said. 'ti,.;J . u ,V . ... ,h,uh ..v. Piesldent undoubtedly Is the figure of i . . : . . greatest Importance In America, but we,l1"H"n li'liirlon In Trrrlltc "i virnimi,, , In Hermany have faced greater prob- Im than this. A nation at war has lis dully crisis." ' Hespite the warning contained In the! latest American note officials here stilt I nectare It unwise f ir Americans to travel ASSAILS STAND OF U. S Wllson'a o.ltlon I. I.'nlen.ble, a Drrlln Writer. BEK1.IN (vU London). July 27. The ! latest American note to Hermany la .Uut ...ii.j u, ,k. .1.1. ., i... I'n.f. IMiiMrrf It.llfmi, Un ,,ihH. International law. In Utr TaU. He '.ays the iHiKliioii laken bv lresileni witu.ii . uuMllary cruiser at any moment. "The insinuation of the United States that Hermany should give up her sub marine warfare so that American citi zens could travel on British ships Is I comprehensible only because It la In i accordance with the entire altitude of , the American Hovernment toward Her- i ' tral Power, then It constitutes a vlo- j Union. "President Wilson speaks of a new ' i and uneMiected method of naval war. .-.. ...... : 7 . i i ',"" lesmem n nson oemaims , ,n"1. U"J'.m,'l,,i' bttnrton ,,e us0 t her ",oit mT we?," to enable ! some Americans to travel on British' ' ".'I."' i"hUttl1 f M" 1.'tlst1od with I tiiKiug passage on American, Dutch. Swedish, Norwegian or Daman ships," PARIS APPROVES NOTE. as proof that President Wilson has maintained 11 constant and perfectly es tablished doctrine, "But the discussion," lie says, "has already lasted eleven weeks, and If Hermany Is allowed to have her way ll ceitainly will be prolonged Indefi nitely. The friendly tone of the com Hermany and the l'nlted States have the same alms ns regards the liberty of the seas, lt Is questionable, too, If there linn been uu Improvement during tlm laHt two mouths, ' "The essential point In tha firmness of the note, and President Wilson's re fusal to accept expudlenta 11 opposed to the unchangeable prluvlplea which have ''wplied the iintm," 3 GORITZ ABANDONED rtir innmnriiT inmr 01 AUBTK1AH AMI.rTT. .JGf.... Hetreat Urgim n July 20, Dc- fenders Are Said to Have Admitted. ITALIANS DRAWING NEAR Special Cable ttetpaleh to Tor. Slv I.0N00N, July 27. The Home corre sponilent of the Unity Moil says that the Italian guns have destroyed the bridge over tvo Isonzo connecting I'odgora and Horltz, but that the great railway bildgc la Intact. T,!i Until ;jirci corresjwndent it ,..,. , ...... .... .. . uih .1 m,un ' Austrian hindquarters at K.ilbach says the Austrian retreat from Horltz began . .. , ht . , . . ... . -.,,',.,, ' " .' J .u .. fortifications has ceHed and the rail- road has bten cleaied for the trtop. je ln-,t, ,n, evacuation of Pod. ls llnm,n, J ITALIANS IN HARD FIGHT.' ( ,( nine Goes 1111 Despite Desperate Austrian HraUtmirr, . , smciat Cabu i. nir. :,T.,r i, k. , Honk, July 27. During the last three nVR inA r.n ihu !,.(. n.,ni. .. i ii. 1 ""-"" "'. J aays tne It.il jns hae occuuleil 3.li)i) the Isonzo, wh.-re tbey aie continuing 10 ainance in spite of an Incie.ised ,e- -- - tlstance offered bv ihs Austrlanx. I, T' character of this resistance at win i 00 nerce mai ine iiauau oc- cupatlon nad. '" -'H - , ; n ;"' k'lle" '", MlXA f f,1'0?.!0;..,."? Is..,hc ''i1".1 forces which occupied Ala. near Hereto, at gTJ -T 1-K Ha nU. UnminheH v,ev... 1... r.,n.ini.,.. ,..,,ir w.. ..i, vvvasivu tin iiRiiai.a uig (Je' . fo. h . B ' .,.,..,, .iurlnir lh. operations In Trlnoll. Tt. ..,,.., .. . .... shore of the Adr ..tic between Senlgallia aml rc,aro was bomb irden by Austrian light cruisers and tornedo boats at dawn m.ilv At th :,m tu,... ,r.r.i .ii.it.. unrsicu on the suspicion of eMdonage. They aro behalf. r.miciui rmnLin uriui laucti iu Kmperor Francis Joseph cMe 1 ongratulatlons to the Pope on the uct.aelon of Mf n.1Ine ,,jy. It Is understood, however, that he has inHii.riU- 9i.iir..i 'i, inn. ih.,, i.nrnn wl 1.. ..,r,it from nerl.,1 hnmhar.l. ...... menth and txplalurd that the Austrlans ' had bombarded certain churches because they were used for signalling purpose-', The Pope has replied as-urlng the Kmperor that no Italian churches have 'been used or will be used for such i 1 purpose. He added that the Aneoni cathedral was not used as a slgnnllbit swmuii, inuuKii u the Austrlans. was demolished by 1 FIVE CHARGES WIN HILIJ VII .Mil III llnttle, j Special table IietpatcU to Tin. Mv UiNDoN, July 27. The Italians ate now masters of the lower Uot o and noll 1,11 ,n dominating point of the , iwesieru iarso piaieau, arcoriunK to ine ( iChbisso correspondent of the u(j ! .1f(l. This puts them In a position li'J ; which the Autrl.v. caniv t Interfered i with the crossing of the lorzo b the I . Itallnn armies. , i After the occupation of Mnu'e s.m . Mlchele anil the ildse of the 1'ar.ol "le , , "'"" con.p ere.i .no-te I Hu1, 011 " '"'n""1 rl,K' , ne correspondent oi u ,mi"iio oi i MIUti at Monf.tlcnne lr describing the i ? brKS'rl 7e . -bed thelop ...1"e bersaglleri re.uneil tne lop of the I hill four times. There the Ausiian-, being strongly Intrenched, repu'sed them four ttnns with hea) los.s i When night fell the tlchtlng contli ued ! with unabated fury. The battlefie d was I illuminated with magnesium bombs I Is your stenographer your right hand ? Does she know all the details of your business does she do a lot more than just write your letters ? Meet important callers tactfully know where to find things make appointments? Then give her a chance to really use her brains and make herself even more valuable ! Relieve her of the useless labor and eye-and-nerve strain in taking shorthand dictation. Dictate to the Dicta phone and let her spend that two or more hours a day doing things that really count and still write just as many letters and better letters ? Call Worth 3273. 83 Chambers Street THE DIIWAVAE aiGISTUCD ( JVit a(ivrfici)i( icas dictated to the Dictaphone) msmm. ftliJjjlllllllIliiiipBl IMlMiMill w"' """" wnitn oursi m ine air wh'lch burst In the air and dropped In .i10Wer. 0 f.iiim. .tar. "The leisagilerl maile tliclr tlfth chatge In the early morning and this lmie iney were successuu. The Au- lrtJtls wcre i'xllautMl could fight longer. A regiment of Alplnl suc- tee'led in turning the hill, cutting off In ',art lr, vtr'ii, "lld V'"1!'"1;1 -'00u " wl,h much war nuterlal. r. T.m.-.r. ,1 rr c UUVbliUU ll 1 iOA. r txiuo. llilllans (becked Willi lleuvj Losses. Bioa Austrian Itouort. special Cable lieepatcl. to Till. Sl.i. VlKNNA. via Amsterdam, July 27. Tlle fullu'K odlclui lepoit In the oper- uo" i" ""'"" uiiuiin 111 iiiu iHiniiii tuiuttv .itic i' llere t0.day . The Italians early yestenlay morn- ,)s under cover of an Intense urtdlery Ing under cover of un Intense urtdlery file renewed with large forces their at tack on the Doberdo plateau. The at tempt failed, the Italians suffering heavier lossea than In the preceding attack. After desperate hand to hand fighting our tioops remained In. com plete porsesslon of their positions. ISONZO FIGHT TERRIFIC. Correspondent lulls Fli-rerst of tin- Wnr. It 1in1.1v. via l.nnrtn,, ik- t.,. -.L... Zl the T) rol describes lighting on the Isonzo as the tleicest of the war. The Ii.ilb.ns re exenlmr ihelr .-hlef error., r.i nni,.in ni..,, n.v,... .... n nl...., n.k... r-, - ... ALLIES' TRENCHES SHELLED BY TURKS rnnstnii I innlilo Dfficinl Ifi'lim'f. ( 1 Claims fiiiins in Penin sula I'iirh t injr. ."pfinl Cable tiepatc ri Titr his. j Constant'n'opi.k. via Amsterdam, i July It Since Saturday the Turkish force on the Hilllpotl Penlnula have won sexeral successes, according to an t omclal statement lulled to-day. The t statement fonons: On Satuidny we rtropped bombs ueir .vi imrrcu anu riieueu uir eneini's trenches. Sund.iv our ar tillery destro)ed a portion of the eiietn) tiemiies and wire enlailKle ment opposite our le't wing. We shelled the enemy pos.ttons and com munications at the rear of thbt front. Intllctlnc hen y lo.-es Near Sedd-el-H ihr alternating In fantr and artillery " ocurred, and a small Turkish reconnolterlng de tachment iptured in front of our left wing, near Seild-el-Bah', some enemv trenches wti'-n the i(efender had destro)el Th'r- we took (HO rifle and a number of ammunition bags rt'1 d sv.th linnini. Our coast b.itterlis succe.fully shelled tin- enemy positions slid camp on the cost at Sedd-el-Hahr Tile elieui) K'plled with an InerTectlie rlre. Knemy airmen bnmbirded the hos pital at Haiti Pasha, althoiiKh the Bed Crescent tlsg was .leatlv visible. On the othci fronts nothing of 1m portiii't'e occur cd I icJL WANAMAKER RESIGNS DEFENCE LEAGUE POST ncelfritun Proposal Misunder stood, He Further Exiilains Peace Move. Piltl.AnnLPlttA, July 27. John Wana innkcr resigned as honorary chairman of the Philadelphia branch of the 'Na tional Becurlty League at a meeting of the executive committee held to-day at the Union League. "I fear 1 may have been misunder stood In the speech I made when I ac cepted the office of honorary chairman of this league," tald Mr. Wanamaker. "sSoine persons wcre so overwhelmed by the figure of a hundred Ulllons that they couldn't see Hiiytntng le. It Is an enormuus sum. but It is r.ot too much to pledge to bring honorable peace out of this awful war. "This nation Isn't going to pay that mm or anv sum to nny Power on eatth. Hut this nation can put Its vast credit to tne extent 01 .1 nunurcu uuuuo. necessary, at the seivlce of peace, to help the warring nations get together with an assurance that a settlement can be made and that the devastated coun tries can go to work to reestablish their agriculture and Industries and commerce and pay oft their war debt. "Unless some such Burance be given any peace negotiations would be futile and tho devastation 0: war wouw go on needlessly for months after the belllger- ems memsenes numci i';,'" hiii iiieinpei tj mhiih-'i i'vbv.- , ln,aninK of my hundred billion dollar l'ch. My only thouRht was peace ror 1 ln..f 1 . . .1 . ' i .e .hi. n - tlon. after thinking It over, will see that ome such move would give a tremen dous Impetus to peace at this time." Mr. Wanamaker expiessed sympathy with the purposes of the league, but suggested that he be permitted to de cline the office of honorary chairman to avoid any possible misunderstanding. Mr. Wanamaker has received an offer from the proposed World's Liquidating I and Refunding Company of Bridgeport, fonn.. to raise the hundred billion. David Beach, Its promoter, wrote: "We will form the financial peace club of the world. By the saving 01 iu cents a day for twenty years the L'nlted n u, .... ...... f " " . -y ' : nnl.hurTle in twenty years raise tllO.000.000.00O ,nuni. ,u , i, imTH f.,nnii,tr U VU puk.cdi. . ........ w-.. us you sugsest JEWS SENT FB0M WARSAW. To llr Distributed In Vlllimes to Prevent Knldrmli. The Dau. a Jewish dttly, has received) through the Department of State a re- port from the American Consul at War saw. dated June 10, describing the con dition of the Jews In Poland after their expulsion from many towns and dls - trlcts within the zone of military opera - tlons. The report x.iys: "Betwun )0,000 and SO, 000 Jews have sought shelter In Warsaw, while about :.. non Jews exnellert from MoKlelnlca. In ' the province of Warsaw, have been dls-1 trlbuted In a number of small villages; ,1,. rihi v,n..w ,,r th vu-nin vin.iv. I . ..... . . I two hostnges. mosuy 01 tne weaitny , """ ," , ,v , classes. Including a number of rabbis. Allies, has closed lii p dt.t a' . I ho,. ti.l.-.,, f,m Hii. ,,r,,vln,.. f10n men out of work I"', UI. Klelce and ltadom and sent Into the. m - terlor of Hus-U. The report of a p..g - rum a, KMce. however. Is denied In J3freV great privation and need of stances more than twenty persons 'irt quartered In one room and cases of In- fictions diseases, such as typhus and smaupox. -r . have been Increasing to lllnrmlllg extent. Within a j rather an c mjiaratlvely short erne .S97 cases of tphus weie reglsteied. of which SOO oc- curred among Jews Tn order to prevent H Eeneril epidemic the municipality has derided 'o aiove the .l"ws and distribute them among tb vUI.il's on the right bank of the Hlver Vistula Electric Latest developments in electric lamps may be seen at our various Show Rooms Minton china, Japanese effects, lamps with shades of translucent leather, or decorated fabrics, as well as many patterns in metal and glass are included all varieties of style and of price The exhibits have been made by the following manufacturers : Art Metal WotU Biyley Si Sont Fitber. S W Fulpcr Potter)' Co Gibbi, Wm H Handel Company Home Light Co of America Johni-Manville Companj Kelly, Mildred Richardson Kathodion Drome Co Meakin tc Ridgway The New York Edison Company At Your Service General Offices: Irving Place and 15th Street Telephone t Stuyvcsant 5600 Branch Office Show Rooms for the Convenience of the I'nb' 4 Broadway .Spring 9890 2i W 42d St Bryant ? 126 UclanceySt Orchard I960 I51 E 8bth St I.cnox :"" la Irving PI Stuyvesant 5600 27 E 125th St H.trlctn 10 u "362 E 149th St Melrose 3310 Open until Midnight Night and Emergency Call Madison Square 6001 "J -tt-i. JtCOgWDHIW llTTt.T DELAY PENSION BILL TILL VACATIONS BHD Insurgent M. P.'.s Protect Vainly Atrainst HritMi (.o. ernments Decision. RECESS IIEOIXS TO-DAY Special Cable Henpale), t,i Til s IONPO.v, July 27. Tliere w s a -of protests In U House of c to-duy against tho Hoverinneii' s set aside the pension bill tp u six weeks vacation. Some i, I sUlgenttl demanded In lir.i'ed . , that n explanation be made, " i be. respecting the Hove, timet, i .. tlons tuwald this bill, and t.ie i there Is one, In depriving the women who will benefit by 'r mediate possession of then ml To the host of questl' i - I f AwqUlth deigned only tu offe language the assurance th.r i i will l dealt with to-morrow w ,e moves tic adjournment, The ' tc have been assured that the I'ren c many loyal supporters in ' is ne put the bill aside, and that t r meiit. while believing It "I- t l T 0 to delay the bill, Is deeply cone- c,i Idea of beginning the vacation Liifoie 'h matter settled These assurance, however. Im. r t quieted or satisfied the objectlora ' Insurgents, who urge that It ,s I ment's duty to provide for tne . s and sailors who have been ma . 1 for the widows of thone w'. ,...i r their lives. Mr Asqulth saw . sympathized with thoee whj icgre t.ie delay, but he firmly refused 1 1 n slder his decision respecting a lwi.ii and Its duration for six weeks It was urged that the 11 n' ."'k rj't be set aside to-morrow nig' t t time for a full discussion of " v Thl request was refused unie t i0 1 be shown that the entire II u.-e i. sired It. It Is known that the Hovernm'-t ru arranged to make, on the mot in u a journ, Important statements reuen t the wnr munltlors work, and (' is .- 3. posed that the Ooverntnem h p-s 1 it the nature of these statement w so completely overshadow trie pci . qui- - hal lt wl b(. a! werc 1 mi ."11 .leu,., . ntn, iitv .,..... . ., liiasgow aim ,oeraein uiiiiii' ' 1. 1 move to-morrow that the va at , , er 1 of e!x weeks be reduced to three The Marquis of Crewe ,1 . , la the House of Lords to-day th ' junment proposed to aek Par r,e to reassemble on September . SON OF BOMB VICTIM HELD. j l In t Willi War (Inters t lo.ed lie. - 1 ..,, r, ,,i,,.i,. 1 Dallas, Tex.. July 27 A sot s a 1 because his father had fo-b Lie- n 1 to his home caused 100 hamet-s r" to lose their Jobs to-day The p, , that they can prove t. at W.i c T Moore dynamited his father's '1 Jurlng Moore, Si'., and atiot' e- - Frank J. Moore, la'c last t..g t J O. Padgitt. president nf (. ' 1 Saddlery Company, ha'.lrg n ... u ...11, .V... ,..,,....11.,,,-. T, lM"01,'': s,r "'V' Kr',nk J1 " ! of 0,1 cnploeis were t . nn " s.nlillcry Company, which aNf ' I Ir.ieis f'nr war material, s.n V ,',, threatened, but .! . rompanv refue to admit it I dmrrilnr nil ba-nes nl.i I t More than Jl.OOO.O"'! wor"i . deis have been executed ' e-. I eight month. The police sai thit g been reading about the c Holt, who is burled here , 'desire for sensatlonalw' " Lamp Art Miller .V Co, Edward Mountain Community, tin National MetalizinK C -nrj' National X-Raj Reflector I - s Parker Co, The Clutin Plurnu Glas (.'ompani Schweitzer, Peter J (Aft (or A l)uchcne. I'a- Sibley Ar Pitman Stairnhagen Compani . V !! Weidlich Bros Mfj; Comrr v fxa.'... Wl- "T1. C M. .bTAW "i "