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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL o, 1916.
-. r fcr - l.i rly In tin- tctflon of Montfuucon anil Mill.ltHOIII'. Uv.t nf Mm Mrui-i) tliorn lias 1nen nrlill.ry llnlitltiB of conslilcrahlu vl Ji'iK'o aliiiiK the front from Avorourt iim far n Miiliuiouit. Iliift f H' JlruKo tlio nlKht nUtlvi'ly uulitly. , Tlio tlormans lmvc mailt tin utliu'k HKiiliitit tlic front lietwcin Doiiaumont ninl Vanx mstulillelii-'l !' oi" counter uttiteks of jrstctil.iy. Kittnli lnittrrlist Iiuao li''ii trtIou l;irly iiotlvo In mini: uiioii ini-iny iil Ioiih III UiIh ri-slon. Tlio uiciny has responded lull feulily i;ut of lli'J forest of Ijo 1'ietro u lronK reooiin.ilMMiK'o ly tlio enemy was iHxptrrcil by oiir tiro. In AIaco Krrncli butteries with mtccefsful In flielllnK a Herman nil Ply train on th lilithway between Tlianti ninl Muelliaueu. Tho following report from DUTCH SHIP SAILED DESPITE CONOUERS TYPHUS IN DANGERS OF GERMAN MINES GERMANS' TRENCHES Sailors of the Niouw Amsterdam, Which Arrived Yes terday, Went Aboard When Captain Asked if They Were to Be Kept Off Sea by Kaiser. I'apt. I". Van leii ilemel of tho Hot-lahil-Anicrlivi steamship Nleuw AtnMcr il.mi, In ythtenl.iy from 1 lot t oril.im and J'.ilinoulh, loM how him hravid tho mini" und submarine fierllM of the North tlrltleli sen on her way from her homo port to litsuililtiarter In Franco wax Ifsiieu to rnlmouth, un,l Imw dually her crew, night by the olllclal piecs bureau: who ,, orBimiv ,,,,.,) t nail In Ymtonlay a Irrm.ni machine, mm , .... ., , Miot .!o!wi by on., of our aviators bo- ""o i-ww-lo,! to do so throuel. liltul our lltiei south of Soii' hi'Z. The it,. .Ua.H of the- aklt('n- ami tho oiHcer-i. pilot nnO oofcivir wore Ulllcil. ' .-Miii tho ihrl Dutch liner out of JMi&M : ""' of tu lllol anil Yprog. Thtre was inltilnu ' TubaJitla, ivlinsu f.uo made a ilerp Im- notlvlly iibout Neuvllle-t. yll,H, prcxHlon on Dutch navigators and pall 11UIIIH 11 nun tno iionvnzuiu-ru i Tho Nlttiw Amatenliitn n.m scheduled to bhII on Mnrnii 22, ninl 'apt. Van ten llettvcl Intended to Mart iioross the North Sea at d.i)llKht. The crew caimi In a body to the dmk anil Dally ri fused to mill. Tho rklpxr tald It wn not u quotUon of waKe.t with them, but tho value of their lives to their fiutilllea. He Kilt! to their IhiI.imii.iii : "1 am willing li sail, and It will look bad If Hermans nro iKTiiiltte.l to Ui.ei Diitoi chin off tho in, The moii lHetied mid went away for rt conference. They finally i..tuttied and RUSSIA PROTESTS ON SINKING OF PORTUGAL TorpiMloiiif,' of Hospital Ship Culled Piracy U. S. Is Aski'tl to Aoi. .. hii I n.itf ttrntrhtlne i. . A,' (;VnV.iiiii. .,r th. Itusl.ui fal'l they were llllns t rl-l their liven ''".T1! V ... i J ft. th lU .ck Se 1lth tho fkiw-er to m.untalii tho repu W ' i 'I "h! J"i iUbee Satloi. of th- D..t,-h for .u,i.W, and Mut to nil tit utt.il Uovernment.-. In nd.( H' tin 11". . ilitloii th. It.usl.in aovornment iiuk r niiple.l the American and Sp.mNIi l.ni biMlcs at TitroKrad to brl.m tho note to the attention of the Tetitonl-- allies. The follow Ins Is the tet of the note: Tho ltlLM.1.11. hi.'Pll.il hlp 1'ortiiK.il. with a rratieo'ItUMjUii view and a tiro)-r if.inlt.iry KtalT on lioard. was ruleinK In the lll.uk Sen. destina tion helm Ofow On .Match 30. at M.1.1 o'clock In tlio m.irnlntf. the ship Mopped ort Cane I'atleli In order to permit ono or the els ncenmp.in.v Ins her to pump out water which was hlnderlm: proKie.-s. At this moment a Hiilunarlne approached the station ry ship, circled around her. and f-ud-deiily llrcd two torpednes froln a dis lanco of about fifty mcten-. Jno of tho torpedoes! missed, but the other exploded In the em;liie room and the vessel sank .it nun'. A Hu Mian torpedo boat winch happened to bo III the neiKhborhood w is able to h.io 1 T S persiai" "Ut of .'7!l abo.ud all the others, Includlnc f'.iirteen I. lilies of tho Ited I'nvs, fifty doctors and n.alo and fe. ile nurses. I!usitu sail ors, and twentj-nlnu rieiah, p' Ished. The l'ortuii.il l".re all the dlstlne tlio slKiis lueserlbed b the sfK'.-lal HKIeeineiit which was signed at Tho llasuo III 1MS, and which applied t navat warfaie the pilnclples of the Geneva convention. An exehaiiRe of notes between tho Ituslan. Turkish and the ltuU.irl in r.ernnieut. ac ceptlnp tl.e-e principle", u-i 1. 1 ran teed Miuilar Inimunltiis to boiltal ships in the I Hack Se.u Tho elliUilitances under which this filln.-k was made eveliuh. all possi bility of a mistake liavlmr b.-.-n ...ad 1y tile submartne. It was a dclllx t-.ito attack. Tin. Imperial ioveiiiuient fo. many protests to the ' ioNerninents with which It H at war against th hew violation of the euslonis of war and PK.ilnst persistent tontemtit lor con ventions and Ite.itles. The ilovern incnt n-es In this crime not only a flanrant Infraction of Intel national law, but a common act of piracy, of which it makes tho civilized woild tin. Judce. .Mleh.u l Vlail.mlroltch )til..auko. tho fresldent of the Duma. In presenting Itt'futr.l oii.i, nf Wnmlilpi, I' had .el. MIKKesteil, .'apt. Van dm llei.Ml said, that the Nletiw Amster dam should b: eoi.oed by Dutch war ships throiiKh the daiiKer zone, a htreteh of seve.it -tlw im.es from tho .Maas IIkIH vessel to the .'.allnper llsT.it vessel, 'I'l.N Ple.i was abandoned b"- imu. Ihete was a lief that It intent involvo Holland, eventually brliiKl.a; her Into the war. The lino thin chartired the finite ocean tilt; Thomas and the tUK I'olliemus. Thirty llferafts were put aboard the Nleuw Amsterdam and others were taken cm the tuns. These pieparatlons satisfied the crew and they went abo.ud. I he two tu; preceded the liner, which went through t.. lrll.)t.s stieteli with, out p(MiK mite s or p.-ilseopes. The skipper sa'd that t. Iiik Duteh tut; At las Is anchored : a.f way in the stretch ready to flash wniless calls for help to Htlps that i.u.y be torpedoed or strike mines; also Dutch tnipuUu boats am firtiiared at any moment for a rescue dash fioni the .Mans Iteht vessel. Tho skipper s.is that tho strain on olllcers and men in cinlhff the North Pea li severe, as tho waters are strewn thickly Willi mines'. The crack fleam- ship Rotterdam was withdraw n from ser vice because she was the. biggest and most valuable vessel of the line. I.ady t'olehrooko. who had Iwen work- In? steadily fifteen months In tho Vlckers- .MaMm munition paint In liiiglahd, is hero for a rest. She came with Mr. anil Mrs. lletijamln Guinness und will b their guest at their homo In Washington Sipuire. After resting she will return to her bench at tho munition plant. l.t.ono Women In Mnnltlon Plant. When l.ady Colebrookn llrst went to wtrk In the plant there were only thirty women emplojril, now there are li'.OOO of all classes. The workers wero warned tf uie uppiuanh of Zepfiellns and marched Fomctlines In excitement, to a big build. Ihr near by to be out of danger should a .epiellii bomb strike the factory. John MarKcnt. tho artist, who had been away from his nat'vo land about llttten ...ears, brought ovtr mural paint Inys for the Hiistou Library. Ho e.' iHits to sts.nd slv months hero. li.'Khiald do Koveu, who had been tiinel.eu mouths at Vevey, Switierlaud, 'lorKIm: on Iho mire for 'Tho ranter bury riterlms." Percy Mackaye's new opera to sum; at tho Metropolitan, als.i i-eturned by the .Meuw Amsterdam. Cither voyaccrs wire J. i". Ankersmlt and .1. i:. luckel of Holland, who will e tubMsli an ollke hero for the purchase of supplies of all sorts for Holland and her e doiiles, They expect to place contracts or about JlO.onn.o.io annually. Mr. An k.rsmit said their mission was not In sp.r. I I" tlm war and thut It would not ! a' i.iiloneil after the w.ir. Major Gerald Walker lllrks of Mon treal, who had been supplying the fanadlatr. at the front with American lam.e.l tns. iir. . hletly pork an.! beans. In behalf of tin Canadian Y. M. C. A., Is back on a two months leave to raise a fund or j;:,ii,oimi to continue tho work. He said the Hrltlsh army was tho best fed force In the world. The Nleuw Amsterdam was laid lip ls'foro leachltiK Kalmouth by a Hrltlsh patrol boat and T27 bnus of mull wero take:, oft. PREDICTED VICTORY Text of I'astnrnl ('oiiiiiiuinV.i tiou Tlmf AnirriTil (!rr iniiiis Kt'.civt'il. Iw.M-j.v, Apr.! I.- Tl'.r i.i.'tura! letter of Cardinal Mercler, Ptlmate of lletelum. Which elicited frolll Hell. .i Itlf shit? Mllltaiy tloveitmr of P.el.-Muin. a warnltiR t'. the Caidmal t.. "dist fiom political aitiilty" ai.d to ills. ontlinie "ralslntr tin JiistlfUil licpes riKardltiK the Imiv of the wai,' has Just been . .i. l.d line, Tim letter, alter cwicm-Iiu; tho Car dinal's Ktatillcatlon at the teeeptlou ' coideif to him In his te.-.i.t M.it to Pope Hfi.eillct. predh'ts "the in iral triuir.ih ol licteluiu," lefers to "tl.e Impi :M"iini"Mt of .ur nation" and to the promts,- of the Al lies not to conclude peace until lieteli'f BRITISH BUDGET EMPIRE'S GREATEST Army PliyHluIan on Front in missia Wins Grout, Battle With Disease. resort they leem to bo xalubrloua enougli. l'nr out from the shore I have encountered on clitmpH of epongy Islets landnlurm men on sentry no, tho painted bowls of their long porcelain pipes rett ing on their broad chest, their cheek glowing under the slashing wind and their good nature unimpaired, llrnlth Insurance Myatem. TIioukIi many of these aro men CO years old they are as sound as the-lads, und many oillccrs credit the omailng health of the sol-Jlers who arc far be yond middle hko to tho fact that not only Is the sanitation hi tho war zones most Kcmptiious nut niao tnut for n t'tnunnv winrim Wl 'V 'generation the humblest mnn In tier- li. HMf 1 IIM tn nil r..-5jniany vwM ,iri)UBh ,),,. cjermati system I.e.iltli Insuranco obtain medicines ny jami:m ii'iiuxmim. nn.NMiTT. I'INSK, ltussla, Kob. 24. Dr. S , the Herman oberstabsarzt stationed, nt llret Utovsk, has Just won the tight of viU )mt ,. rP,.hed by antomo- his life, it has nearly killed him to do bile. Tho tramp was through deep snow ami crevasse formed by the blowing up of of und the advice of excellent doctors for practically nothing. Nor Is tho health of aged officers, such as the men In exalted commands, lews remarkable. One morning old Count W. took n party of us out to some positions Ciiib.ind rum irsf 'age. motion that the lii.-ldent be brought to has he. n t.Mored to a!..lute indepen. the attention of tho neUlr.il and ..lllul J.'ee and laifcelv indemnified. It. th Governments, said: "'i'.v of Citdlii.il .Me...r's letter ue'i.l "Tho ship had on boanl persons toll 'ale there iw no "hint at tn.i.aee In the nf th.. sl.lrlt if kelf.HiieHI mil mil- I tellgloUS liberties of the people l.f tile lie- missions is(ini; 12 shllllnes six is;iieo and an additional shtlllni; for every ad dition il 10 shllllhKS or fraction of this amount. He sahl that the deficit ..f l,:22.O0fl, iJUU :.llo.oini.noti has let. made up by CGHO.oun.OOi) ( JS.0U0.000.0fiU) l.or tnweri In war loans, f l,"4,00ii,00n J7T0, fioo.iiilO) rro.n the sales of bonds. 50,. I'JiO.of". t 2.Mi,niH'.ai) from tho Angl Kr. mil bran and the bal.ui.-.. by tin. sale of tr.dsu.) hi. Is. The way Hrltlsh en .lit has withstood tin lminei.se claims nf the war is tnilv omlerfiil to fhose not familiar with tho financial resources of tho nation. The leveiilie from (he Ineonn. tax, tin. super lax aid tl.e excise wiro all in exoess of t.xe. tatlons. I The 'han.elli.r said tlial a eontrolle.l firm piislu, inv immlllons would U re lleied from file excess profits tax if th" I .iinount pai.l to the Ministry of Munitions i was not less I ban thut paid under the j tlnatic- net. Mr. MeKenti.i did not dls. cuss tin iiuestlon of fontiollltig and dl r.stim; the trade of the i-ountrv bv inat.sl by tho one lelre of lellevluc the suflerltiK of victims of the war. wlnther friend or toe. Tho enemy acted know ingly, for th" Portugal bore all the dl. tlngiibhlni; marks of the llisl 'ros." The Duma ad.'pted the motion iniaiil mousl. REPORT PLOT TO KILL CZAR. Rerlln ll.nrs of Attempt lo XV reel. Iti.Mil Train. FlMtttN. wireless, via Sivville, l I. What is beloved lo hale 1" en an at tempt on the life nf Cijr Nicholas Is reported by the overseas News Aireney. "ivtrogr.id reKiris olll. daily that a I rttiliii.nl wal iitii.m iiamed orlov i.s.ehed a dunatbiti f.o'ii tv I'zar." the news atteuey tas. " irlov Is the watchman who noticed iliat the track was damage,! nti. I ra' warning to the Czar's train. ' "It Is supposed an attempt on the l.fe 1 of th" C.ir is :i tended, and that It w.i.-. triii-tiaiiil at the eleventli b"ur by the wabhinan s dlseoiery " upled teriltot," su -h as ,- ieferie.1 to In 1 faxes and lni.orls localise It Hen. von Hissings piotest to the jir.i ate t'urdllirtl Meivler's letti r leads, in pait : "let us eei suppose that the Mulsh or the Issue of the gm.inti. duel now ""Mi'i ini'osMm,. hi present to pro vide, the m i vsary men and machinery for t'le ...derpl Ise i.y Die present scale of taxation the i.oernine.it Is making ample prols!oti i.-.ng fought in llurope and in Asia i for seivn-es in the war, ' the Chancellor Minor should be uncertain, one fait Is . said. "When pe.us. comes w. will have already est.ihlisln d in cvllUntlon and 1 a iiustieriib! margin for tl ductl in hu-torj ihe Mior.il tiiumpbof Uelcium. : of tiixatlon. I'isutes prove our ablllly fo in unison win. ..our img aim iioverii- . comuiiie uie x. nr wiiu tiit.iiMteif vigor, meiit Jou halo made fminvnse saciitlies In purruatie.. of the s heme to pur. tor your country. Peoples abroad under- chase American securities, the Chancellor stand your spult of saci'.ihu; you nr. ' said, the Hoveriuneut bought a coiisld. ii.ln.ii .! and ur g.ner.itlon has piketi i erahle i. nv ..nil of .he funds and bv the its phue. gior.oiisij in history, is not resale or the rcuritles thex will bull. I ih.it a ioinuest, my hiethteu? Aic i up a laice re-.ne with wli.rh to meet j. t. not the most glut ions of couiucrors? j future mods The purchase was It "I know that jou we. p. that thojclud.d In Inst .ear's oxpeniotuiej hut h.arts of mothers and wives are brol.cn, ; the proceeds of the sal. constituted ur that lives ate being lost on the banks , asret In Amitum with which the ri ! of the Ym. Tho Imprisonment of our , tlou began Hie . intent vr;lr nation on our own t-oll U sndly pro- ivis.ms sen It g in the naval and mill, long.d. Von will admit 1 have neverltaiy tores. Mr. McKenna said would hdden my f.-ais from oii. I have .., . Hi,,e,(e, i n. im.r pria. tied patriotism ..i ou. mil ti"in uie . 'bound trains at I oclock In the morn- beginning I have let ou s.e that aeeori- nr,nr, wln, ,.,, , ine n.g to my fiie-eutini. til our oide.il would . " ,,. It. and now, with nerves shuttered, but heart light, ho Is going home to Thu rltigla on four weeks leave. .Vnd my dear oberstabsartt," tlio gov ernor of the fortress said In giving him his leave, "he nssured, I beg of you, that If four weeks are not enough ou aro to take eight.". "It was kind of his Kxcelteney to say that," Dr. tt said In talking of his work, "but In these times It Is hard to sit quietly at home when there Is work to be done at tho front." My remembrance Is that the doctor said lie wus 62 yearn old. I'or threo months he has been fighting typhus in the Drcst Lltovsk region, and bo has beaten It at last, Tliero Is not now a case In the whole district over which his authority extends, Ho has had to tight the lethargy of dog weary prisoners and I id has had to tight deadly vermin, the chief among which be counts the louse. Ills) work lias been as much a work of sanitation and prevention as of tho treatment of Individual cases. Itaa tn Pay fnr Victory. Now the fight Is won and he rani survey an absolutely clean bill of health ms regards Imtli troops und prisoners. He Is proud and happy and lie wears the rlblon of the Iron Cross lit hta coat. Hut lie has had to pay for Ills victory. While we wero talking at dinner a mllltnry band In tlio next room was playing operatic airs. The old doctor put Ids hand to his head and glanced resentfully at tin leader of tho band. "That music scorns falrl) to pound on my brain," be said, adding. "I suppose I'm tired. I shall be glad to see 11m. rltigla again but 1 shan't take any eight weeks ' The doctor Is a gentle, meditative man ; a good deal of a philosopher too, as appeared when at last ono was able to draw III in out. JlavtliK wanned to a conversational mood b aske.1 numerous iiu.-stlons alsiut tin "stltniiiui.g (general feeling or mood ) In Ann rlca. "So far as liertiiMtiy is concerned," 1 said, "I don't . how It could lie worse-" lie did not wince at that, but nodded his head and said, "I know, I know. And they beee the worst about us, don't they?" "They seeui to wish to." I said, "and tho worse the thtpgs they hear and lead tire l.iute tin l..!fo tliftll." "And you." usk.-.t, "do you he'.love tlioso things ibout atr.siti'S and tlcj barbarians." Then I told ban bow finiu t line to t.nu I had written art lib which showed how In a cur and a half of wan. brings on all the. fronts excej. the Italian nnd tlw Tuiklsli I hud l.eii unable tn find any atrocities oi any bat b.irlans. Then w goi lo tli.' siibj.ct of the health of the troops. Their condition Is a matter of nm.ieniei.t ven to l!" otlicers who are entrusted with the task of hoping them well, The superb s.s tern of thld toriltli.ttletis on at the fronts Is an impottaut factor in keep.ng the troops Wc.l, because tll.lt Sstil!. makes It isissihle in many pl.ue, fnr ,i mere handful of iik-ii to 1 old Important positions. Hundred. in II. line to llenl, , This iertnllh generous leaves of ,ib-1 setu'e. The men .an go home and eojo I physical and mental tefiehinnt. I'lum the great area of the l'itt tnai-he ( they go back to Hermaliy via Hrest I.ltnvsk, Warsaw, Thoin and lleillu. m my way to Pli.sk I passed hundred of them going luck lions- ' In our terms of distance this m, ant,. :i ride from I'hlmgo to, say, Itm hester. j At home and In fs'iice time a man would i take such a ild without minding tl,. lack of a sleep,.. Hut when tho route, lies in ltussla, Poland and Hernial. y and the tlm ! wattlme there are d.las 1 TralnloaUs of the nun on tutlough ore fre,ueutlv ilol.ivc.l for hours o await th p.issaai of troops and amuiuti. Hon troitig to the fiont. Such wearlnesr, cotipl. d with su. I. patience ami good ua til re, I hae never svu as wIht walked throng i some of the w. si ward fortress and It Involved some stiff climb ing. Hie General threw aside his over coat and made better time and did less pufllng than most of the young men In the party. To look at him you would sxiy he was feeble. Not at all. Ho en joyed the walk. Tho troops have been spared the trarll tlonul rigors of th Jtusslan winter this year. "All winter," one offlrer said, "we have been waiting for tho bad weather to come, but It comes not. Ho we have been comfortable." Furthermore, two winters of cam paigning have woirJerfully Inured tho men. In Mlawa, whero I was last win ter for a time, nearly everybody ws coughing and sniffling. There Is almost no tnfluensa now. 'Und das 1st die Ifauptsache. melne Herren," a Herman officer said In wind ing up Ids remarks on the situation In tl.e Plnsk marshes, nnd what ho espe cially referred to wns the ticnlth of the men. It Is Indeed '"the main thing," and It has been attained by the Infinite capacity for taking pains, which In the supreme attribute of the medical arm of the Herman military service. Egyptian DEITIES Hie Utmost in Cigarettes Plain end or Cork tip feopU of wliutt, refutewunt and education invxxriaily prefer Deities to any otUtr ctgaretWT I X T X ll KfiHHl inn ru"w IS ill ,j hosts il ' llglll '! ISk mI I ing to my iieutini. tit our oide.il would ,,...,..... m ..... ,, , , Compartments were packed with men i! iuiik aim ui.ii sutie.s iii.iini nv oi- - ' .nio e nhoilrowsed and read anil cnauco.. une had to pick Ills wn caiefiilly along tho tallied by the nations which should most Haunt, a member of a llanard unit m- inliire. Tim conviction, both natural gageii in ne.i i ross w.uk tn I 'ran e. Whs and supernatural, of our final victory Is d..f id ceiehro.splniil uieniugltls on moio deeply than ever jniliorcd III my Monday in a hospital at Ha i-l-Hue, , Mini a.s onuiiJ lo a catilesram re, elved at Tliey were bomewai'J bound We sba'.l -w.u. but we are not jet li s noiue her lo.d.ij II, was 21 :,e.'ir.s' In su. inner the Prlpet marsh.' BAGDAD DRIVE DEFENDED. British llcn Thai ilii e Ordered It) Politicians. .! t.l'V Hi w l' 'i I" Till. Si Ij.spon, tn il 4 Austen riiatntier- ai the end of our suffeilugs, Kruno, Inlli, Heerelai y for Indi I, to-day denied Hr. at Hlltaln and !tnn-l.i have pledged the suggestion 'that tin advanio themselves to make no p. i, e nut. I H 1 against lla-dail bad been ordded Iv gum has ie. ov.re.l hcr.ntlie mdepeirl Ignorant politiuum agan.st the ndvke men and hc.-n l.u:.iy liiibinnltled. Italy of the loniiii.iii.l. r In chief in Mesopo- In turn has .'hercd to this pbdgi Our tumla " futiiro Is not m doubt, but we must be , - pieparcd for II." i NAVAL FIGHT OrF DENMARK. ' ' ARMORED TRAIN REPELS RAID. Dill. mi;. ol Herman Uclrocr .en . titer llein I'lrfiiK, liilln lleslroy Tliree Senplnnes HirrtolVuhtt fiewleA fo Tat. , , Miiklnit AMnek on All in. Col KNIt.vr.iiN, i.i London. April 4 fiiieriul I'n'jtt riniwteh In Tub St. Thu Stod.holni coir, spunih in of Iho I IJosu:, April I Italian armored Kk.itmbliuh t it potts a naval light which trains weio used successfully to defend took p.nce In the Cuttcgai yesterda.v . 'tho open Adriatic coit aga'nst naval Thu ngag.nn.nt was marked by ire- bombardments, It Is announced that corridors, for men were lying asltep on tho floor. Tho air was b.ul and the i benches bard, but the men weio happy. old. be frightfully iml'.ealtby As s lllllt wln'sr mendous tiring A damaged Hirm.in tor pedo boat ib t lc. er was townl p.st tlelselugborg tli nfleriiooii, No tuitlier details have hi en le.trneil of the battle. COUNT TISZA FOR PEACE. Rut II no urn rln Premier llenles 'r.'iiloiis , rt. lck of War. IjhPON. April I. fur and satis factory ooiniiiMi.ii of the war Is all that thesi) armored train nro i.ually ef. flclent agilnst aerial raiders. They de .lestrojed thr.ii out of five Autilan se i 1 planes vvlib h attacked Ancona eslerd iy. ITIie laid, In which three p"ron. were Killed nnd eleven Injured, Is described as follows in an oilhial statement. I "The enemy seaplanes wire nttacked I by anti-aircraft guns on an aimored train and by four of our iieiopl.ines, The seaplanes fled, but fl.rie were brought down, One was the I, 21, which was Is deslted by Au-tria-l lur.g.iry, Count ruptured Intact, the second, tint O 21, Tlsza, the Hungarian Premier, Is quoted nk saying In Kudapest ilesp itches teh graphed by Ihe llxchange Telegraph :ompany's coricspoinlciit at Amsterdam. Ni. n v. ten it' ry Is !!:! -! by thJ Dual IJinplre. according fo the Premier. Austrla-llu'igarv Is not sick of ihe war, bo added, bit admitted (lint tho war nut, long and haul for all. buist Into flumes and was destroyed. und Iho thlid sank while being towed to port "Ihiemy torpedo boats lem.ilned fat out nt sea dining the attempted raid." TURKISH PRIESTS URGE PEACE. HEAVY ACTION IN MACEDONIA. firn, Mirrnll Hoes tn I'l onl II. Inner" Warned fit Ifnlt War one. ,.e iiif CtiUf llnpatfl, tn 'far Si . I.OM'o.n, Al I I -Tb HatoiiliH e.ir respondent ri the lull; .liuli tilegriiih- nm .veMteru.iy sn. s . secretlv lloeonraue tultnlliin lo Huil Hit War. ,VmI (Vi'Ws lU'timtch tit T.IK Srx llo!,!.:, A .i il I, Peace agitation is whh spi end in Turkey. The i.gllatlo.ih i aiu being secnt,v encoiiiaKid by the I ul.iuas, although thesn religious lendern i hi" lleliolllicillg it III til.) Ullisilis ' The iii i cM of the Prisldcnt of the' I'hnmbcr canted a vei iiiir.ivoiable liu "TheiM was lively aillllery file nil dav pi'etslon. on the Macedonian frontier The flrlni; Thu famine In Asia Minor l.i seveicly htill roilllllllr'M. Hi-n slurrMI Icim iti.nn ... felt. The levolts lesllllf.i fri.tu tli., the front and villager.. In tho war zone, luck of food uio iiiipprcssed Willi blood I l.uve been ndvleed to leavo." lulled. 1 FOUNDED 1856; New customers who are patronizing us in vast numbers are most enthusiastic in their commendation of our Spring ap parel for men and boys. 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