Newspaper Page Text
THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1916.
GERMANS INSIST VICTORY ON SEAS RESTS WITH THEM Rpifcnito Sinking1 of 1'oni More Vessels mid Quote. Pris oners as Authority. WMTIS1I ADMIHALTY HKPKATS ITS DKXIAL spettal t'tihle 'r.'pur, tn Tur. St t.n-r-N. .tunr 6. C'I.iIiiih mid counlti rl,rtu- i-ontliiuoil tn he put fnrtli to-iln.v III hero ami In llrrllti remirillnR lnt UcdlK-Mlriy'" North Sea b.ltllc. The (ScniMli .Vilmlralty hiu"(l n Malf m'"l nsfortltut Hint liccliles tho Ilrltl-ih ul'f rilrriidiioiiRht Wariipltp, ti--irtol -uiik in tlic orlulii.il Orrmnn olllcltil up. mud, the S7,W)) ton ariuori'd crulier rrinrppK Ho.Mil, the iirnle.-teil crulaer Itiniiin-t'i im and Hip cloMroyer AcuM.i m-re dptrypil. aivordlni: ti "evidence rsvru hj Hrltlnh pallorn ploUi-d up by Ofnn.in kIiI-i", Tho Urltlsh Admiralty ilrnloil this, ml'lUui amilti that thrrp .vv ere rn HrHi-h hsse lic.vnml Hiokc otllclully pjhl filed. The Itnili ,tlmir.ilt.v m a rlatemen! . urnl thai !ii.i.mu h an all llrltlsh . ihm iriiirt that iiarlli'lpatod In the North Se.i battle have returned to their i.i.e. tho mi.- vvhli'h the Hermani rjf-il-ia.' ic:or:nI lo-t mint h-ivo been a icnn.ii, imf a Ililiiidi i-raft. I rnlrr I'lrat l-.tiunaril. nnther seinl-otllclal nrr.mnt of the hitile a pilbllKhed In I'.erlln thiKnfter nmn. In HiIk I; It admitted for the first ' me t'tat the foree enai;ed by the tier iihii liiitli en tied at I o'clo-lt In the afteriHKin of May 3' i-otu-lMeil of only fmr 'ruicr. Th- flr-t Itrltlsh reen fnr.'einents, It :i stated, did not arrive .ii'il hour and twenty in' nil tc. Liter. fter another half hour live llrlllr.h .ai;w nf the (Jtl-TIl Kllz.-il-cth i'Lii-h cr glltitl, n Is ilecl.ued. It Is added that only Mien the Herman mnln fleet entered .vtlon 'I'lw follou'lnc statement was Issued by t.,i lii.lsh Admhally to-night : An "tlli-lal statement Blven out 111 IWIIn to.day, slsneil "Klect Com-n-.aiid. ' rl.iliui the HrltlsH lost the Varplte, l'rlmess lioyal, KlnuitiR ham and Arnxta In the notion of May .It This Is elalmed on the evldeiue ft llr't sh s.iIIoih picked up by Her mm Milp. This is false. The iimipletc list nf llrlt.sh losses Is as published. flrltlMli LoM n Siiltiiinrln few hours lati r the Adinlalty Rave out th.s Matemeiit with resard to the (ii 'man i-l.tlm of having destroyed a I'lbm irlne The (lermnn Admiralty, In an olll (dl statement lu"d on June stated that aiming other eastialtles a llrltlsh hubni.i Hut- was i,unl In the course of the battle during the afternoon and liutlit of May 31. All llrltlsh submarines at sei on that date have now returned. It must, therefor, be assumed. If any Inipor t.iln e I. to be attached to the Herman r'!n al statement, that the submarine ru.ik ua.x an enemy submarine. This Xf,e should be addil to the list of Herman losses M.itcl in the llrilish Admiralty eommunl'iue of June i. The seim-otllclal erUm uf the battle 'ueil n I'.eil-n follows. 'Tne Heiman hl-;h seas forces ad va d m order to fusee Into battle ill-vii-loiLs cf the Hrlf.sh iiav, which of late ul epu.ilcdly been ropoited near the n.'i coast nf Norway The liiniians 1 ft siint'd the enemy on May .".I :i t i ,l about feNetit;. ni.le ofT the SU.ic-rr-ilc. The forte wn composed of four ai ill cruiser.-. 'The Uennan cruisers immediately prutd the enemy, who (.a'lcd away to ' ie northward at the highest speed. At .a 1', M. the Herman cruisers siKhted. a westerly direction, two hostile col ..inns, which turned out to be six eiiniy battle i misers and a law number of null crulsei'M nud ileatroyits. I'oiialit al I'.lulit Mill- IIkiibp. Tin- Herman crul.'ers approachcil im V th- we e about cluhl miles o,T tho ,1 ships, and then opened on a - 'ilhern to a soutlunstcni eouri-e. with vi HllcUnt tire. ImrltiR thU enpace ! two llrltlsh battle cruisers and ie trrpeilo boat es(royer w.e anni i.tlnl Afler an eiip.iuement In.stlnc half an mr the Hernial!" slulited to the north- i il of the enemy further strong ho ' or.es, which later turned out tu bu - ips o.' Hie liueen lCllz.iheth tyj e. snoii afterward the Herman mAln licet ent red Into action." I i ii public meet:n:i to-day Hear Ad ulral sir 1 ledum Hi -MeiiN. who recently na i .ccted to the House of Commons nc sr.,t left au.iiit when Lord i i.irles lteresford vu.a createil a baion, read the followiiiK etract fiom a letter ' on VI. e-Admlr.il .Sir Ua Id Heatty, nmmaiider it the cruiser siiuadron in a led tho a.sault on the Herman Wt m the North Sea battle Ue drew the enemy Into the Jaws of i fleet, I have no regritw except for ie gallant live lot, for the puis that ive cune, and who died Klorlously. would have warmd ,(uir heait to :ivc seen how the gallant Jlood hri'iii;ht i Muuilroii into act. mi. Would to Uod ' had been more successful In the kcii r,il result U will be ready for them next time. I' lMse. (oj it will soon come. The bittle ULer tleit Is alive and has n his kick her '' WAIISPITE BATTLED ALL PRINCE PON I A10W SKI IN THICK OF VERDUN BATTLE SSiA I? . L . W' "''"'"hfj Jfty$ ftm jUntumm . CHANCELLOR FACES FOES IN REICHSTAG! I'ollc.v of Von Itetliiniinn-lloll weir Townrd I. S. Is Assnileil. WON'T MOVK FOir 1M1ACK our enemies on our economic ttlfflrulllPM will prove deceptive. "Another of their calculations was sharply corrected by our youmr navy last week This victory will not tnihe us boastful. We know that It does not I mean that Knulaud Is beaten. Hut It Is I ' n token of our future wheieln Hermatiy w ill win, for herself and also for smaller ' peopled, full equality or ilithtH and last- Iing freedom of sea routes, now closed by r.liKland'H sole domination." In the 'bcKlnnlnu of his speech the ' Chancellor made an appeal for closer union, hut asserted that at no time had (sections of people been far nparl despite i liielr dlffcrlne opinion on matteis of AUSTRIANS LAUNCH BATTLE IN SNOW IllllillllS tucks. .Meet Series of At lint Heport Itepnlsf Kverywiiere. Ill.ni.lN, via Amsterdam, June (!. Ir, Mm I tcth tna nu -I Inllwoe, limierlal Chan cellor, In the ItelchstiiK to-day phal li need thoso ninnnn the inembem who had been ciiirnilnK In an anonymou but Inlluentlal pamphlet nnd ncwsimper catrialitii iiKiiltist lilm and hid policies ( to drop their mask and come out Into the open Count l-'rliclrleh on Westarp, stiokes man of the ConservntUes, tiromptly arose ami frankl admitted that hi party wa aRiilnst the Chancellor' policies, particularly as renarded the public policy. He said . "Certainly wp have had our differences of opinion yi such matter. as the tjbnat (piestlon and the question of our lela Hons with America, but I declare em phatically that each side In these con t!iierses has respected the convictions of the other, and that we have remained always one on the Kre'at national ques tion I Hunt Iiip llKcncil, LOSS SAID TO UK IIKAVY Aniviil Valilt l)epalri In Tnr. St" l.oNtKiN, June. C, Dttrlnft a heavy snowstorm which prevailed nlons the Trentlno front last tilfiht the Aus trlatiH after heavy artillery iireparatlon i launched a series of attack on the I Italian position) alone much of the front. Including the Vallarsa plateau, 1 in,- i iinuiuy, nrtiui, uir I IISOUI Ullieill Ue discussed these matters In ntn- Vnl d'Astlco line, the Arslero sector and! m ttee and decided It wn Impossible to , the .AmIiik" plateau. The Italian Wnr' satisfy the demand for u public an- f Office nnnounces to-nlcht that nil these I noiiiiceinent. We were, I belleM-. abso- , attacks were repulsed, In some caes llitely uareed that ill these eases ex- with heavy Austrian losses 1 Intuitive public dlcusloti would daniaxe , on Monte (ViikIo, northeast of Ar-1 i the rountry. Ncu rtheless, I want to jiiero, the Italians announce Hip recapture, i say that I. too, Imnj for the time when throucli a counter attack of mhiic of tfie ' tli.t n.lmltilut r- I , ,.f ll.rt a'ntiwitrstillt rnn nceesslon to the demands of the Culled ' abandon the lestrhtlotis and Incometil Statcs. The Chancellor In his challemre , em es which ale at present Inseparable, had referred to a particular pamphlet rrom "' . I ''in oi ine i naiic'lior s answer in Sketch of a medallion of Prince Andre Poniatowski and his two sons. Left to right. Casimir, Stanislas and Prince Poniatowski. Stories of 'he slaushter of hundreds and thousands of men la the dally car- iiukp about Verdun ate is'innioii The oMicial teports are cold ami fonual and kIm no InklliiK of the point uf view of the man In the trenches, who must faeo each day the screanilmt shells, liquid fire, poison k.is nnd wltherliiK machine, enn tire. ' Prince Stanislas Poniatowski, whose' Biillantrv ha made him a serceant of a, mitrailleuse i-ectloii, describes III a tetter to a friend In New York the feelmns of a man at the front to whom the slaughter of thousand Is not cold and formal but part ot his dally life. Not only IT, nee Manisn diii ius brother. Caslmlr. and their father, Prince Andre, are sen Inn in the 1-reach army. Plince.'s Ponlatows'O was before In r marrinitQ Jliss Hllzabeth Helen Sperry u! Stockton, Cal. The letter, wiicli was untaueneu iy the Ki ench censor, follows . "Mr IH:.vi: I-iiikni". pardon me tor havltiK remained all this time without wrlt.ni;, but there Is Kood leason lor my. sllei.ci'. Krom April '.' t May l was, in the midst of the tlRhtlm.- In Vetilun. I came out all rlKht by a iniracie. mo Iiik won my stripes a. a crpoial and C-en a a sen;eant. I was one u nif, tho o!ily-surviors of the entire section' vhith I commattdeil. During an mis time we occupied tne sectur oi i.e ..inn Homme, counter attacklm; as many as1 thtee times In twi nty-fmir hours, and If . you have been able to read dally the trench oiiici.n coniiiiuniii- n...- . m.ticed t at the tlBhtlnK centred around thin famou hill. Nut War. bill r." ' "Slr.ie Mav '1 we have been .n iepo-e tweiitv kilometers from the fr-cit Ine We h'avi Just received s..m enfor It.ents which we needed badl and Sun dav next we will return to the front. "No ons ean realize what a a real crime this battle K for It Is no IntiKcr wai. It is butcher.., and those who bv a miri'le escap" alive the tlrn time reiiirn i.. .i,.. .niaca wonderliiK how they can possible escape the second. 1 . , . ...... ,',, niitr., trel "lucre trer-ches ; there come up the Herman batt Ilea was in full tllRht. The Warspltn had bca tn them off slrcle handed." is no way to make any. because the b'.rr.iRe tire of the boche '"III imlll nietcr nuns levels the Kioiiud In a quar ter of an ho r All we can do Is to b.de as l.,.xt we can with our mitrail leuses in the shell hides, and when night crimes we sl,.ep (here wrapped In our blankets. To sleep Is only an expression. We d07.e Instead, and even then Ket very little sleep, because nlRht attacks ami the search for the wounded, wlibdi cannot be done during the day time, kieps us occupied until daybreak. tiilillrrt I, lii Iiik mi Arrvra, "t the time of wrlttttR the cannonade is less violent, but It will becln aualn at 'i o'clock with an Intensitly which lasts durlK the entire day. Naturally th losses are heavy, And we have put In twenty-four hours of this In a heavy in nst'irm ' When we returned from the front line we were nothing but blB Mock. of mud. The physical f.itlcue Is very ureal, and several cases of cerebro sp.nal menltiKltls have broken nut dur um this latest rest period. Cine eats but little, and one lives only on one's nerves. The sudden change from this hluh neivoiui tension is really terrible. We are a tired after our rest period as before. "You can readily understand that for the moment there Is no question of mu!e. In order to take up again the rotinta. of l!cc!hoven and Pranck wp Mould have to be sent to a quiet sector of the front wheie war would only he a secondary occupation. Alas! that Is not je: the case. And then Paiire, who pla.ied the piano so well, has Ju.t been serloits wounded. Previously he had rei elved the war cross, but that was a poor consolation for the ugly wound he ie, -iv imI In the s de As for me, I am set iii.toin lied. Many persons are ns toniihed at that, but I not at all, for I have gnat eotiMilencc In my star of Rood luck. "An ii'vmr. dear friend Keep me posied on what ou are doing, because I am grentl interested, and believe mo jour devoted fiiend, "St 4Ni.si.as Poniatowski " Sergeant Poniatowski, Second Company Mitrallleii-os, 25 th Infantry llesl- iin-nt, Sector 103, Prance. BOMB SCARE OVER VON PAPEN. making a bitter attack on him. Count Westarp disclaimed all responsibility for this spceltle attack, but declared that It was merely n manifestation of a strong I popular movement which he said the I Chancellor ha Ignored. I At no time lnee the war began wa the split between a great party, formerly loyal to the Hovernmeiit, and the Chan cellar iikii cleaily ipveal.d than nt this i session. It was apparent that the in, i del lying cause of the opposition I the Cli.iiii-ellor's i-oilclllatory attitude toward America. I Tu In- von ll thmanu-llollwi g's. de fence chiiim l)i Spahn. leader of thu Centre paiiy, llerr von Payer, Pro-gie-islve, and Mr. Hradnauer, Socialist. All supported the Ch.mcelloi In his dill mice of the "pirates of public opinion,'' lis the pamphlets! h were called. "Sn llnre I'enrp 0 erturr." i The tilieeeh nf I 'lititieellnp Vim ttelh. stnti ment In a pamphlet that believing Knghiml would lemalu neutral nt the be kilililug of the wai he had wasted three day in p-irlcjs, was gri eted with loud appla ie, by the Ilelchstag. "I know that my attempts at. an tin derM.mdliig with llnglatiil," li said, "are my capital offline, but whit wa Her inany's position in Hie period prior to tile war" Prance and Ilus"la were united In an Indissoluble alliance. There a i strong antl-Hermaii patty In Itussln nud an lutluentl.il and growing section tn Prance which was urging levenge ami wai "He who ehartes nie with being the i.iuse of the wot Id catastrophe, with It hecatombs of human sacrifice, may make his accU'.it'.oii before Hod. I shall await Hod's Judgment clamly " $.1,000,000,000 ASKh'D. mann-llollweg in the llelchstng yeHer-1 day, In wlibh h" ib-clircd that since two! peace sliBgistions have already met with no response by the Allies, it would be i mine anil en ror lieimany to make any ; further ove'tures, was received In the jchaml-er with even gieater a.-claliu than any ui nta previous utteiances The words of the Chancellor made no Impression, however, on the members of two Herman parties- the radical Social ist, who are followers of Hr. I.b-b-knecht, and the extreme conservative. These delegates sat unmoved throughout the scenes of wild enthusiasm. Concerning the (bnn.iii attempts to bring about peace, the Chancellor said: "Wp did what we could to pae the way to pace, but our enemies repelled us with scorn. Some statesmen, In Hug land and elsewhere, have made attempts to feel the pulse of our people, and while making contrasts between our different states as political units have tried to console themselves Into the belief that our striking force was near the break ing point. These gentlemen nre Indulg ing In strange notion If they do not desire to deceive thciielve the will notice only how tlrml beats the hear: of the Herman people. There I. no eter n il Influence that can shake our unity even tn the slightest degree. HilliKer Devil .Not I'enreil. "My belief In my people and my love for my people give me a conviction linn as a rock that we shall tight and con quer a:i we have fought and conquered hitherto. We fear neither ib-aHi nor devil, not even the hunger devil which tin - w.sh to n-nd In'o our country The Hrrmnii Wnr iliii't'il Credit lllll In lli'lelistiiK lollilon, June Intro. IIi.iii.in, via l.iidoii. June r, Wnr ciedit amounting to IZ.fiOO.OOA.fiQii mirks (l.l.iiiio.Viin.nOO) were asked In a bill Introduced in the lielchstag to-day by the Hot-eminent GIVES U. S. AVIATORS PALM Lord NortbelHte iij Wright llrolhers re llellttled Here. ;.i-i. IViAiV l--slelt lit Till' PCS' Iisnov, June f. The fourth Wilbur Wright memorial lecture In 1-ondon wa; given to-day l Hnlllth llrevter under, i he auspices of the nrltlsh Aeronautical Society. Montagu Iteauliiii presided. Mr. Itrewer was ilebaned by the war' from rn.iKli. the lecture a s -lentillc ex amination of Ici'ent developments ill aviation, but gave Instead an Intlmite picture of the lives and work of the Wright brothers. lird NorthcllfTe In seconding a vote of thanks to the lec- ' turer eulogized the Wright. from per sonal acquaintance. He .specially de clared that they were the tlrst In the world to make a heavier than air flying "l ni'hlne and !ly In It. "1 make that remark emphatlcallj ," , he said, "because there Is an uttempt to - rob the Wright brothers of the priority of this Invention. "Wo have heard very little of that 1,1 Hiigland, but the prophet Is not without honor site in his own 'oiintry. and In the 1'nlted States tl.eie bate been long and p.'s'.sient atte'npts to belittle th. ground lost on June 3 on the Western 1 slope of the height. The oiTlclnl statement Issued by the Italian War Office to-night follows. In the Adlge Valley, on the nlgnt of June .". during n snowstorm, t n enemy nttemptPd surprise attack iignlnst our positions In the Vail' Arsa nnd Pastihlo sectors Thy were everywhere repulsed. Yesterday after Unteuse artillery preparation enemy coin mini advanced against Conl Ziignn 'Jur calm, un erring tlru threw- them back In dis order. Along the Poslna-Astlco lin on the night of Jiitui S during n heavy storm the enemy again launched numerous Inf.in'iy masses supported by artillery fire from gun of all calibre. against our Monte C.lote and Monte ltrazloni position The rapid Intervention of our artllleiy and the firmness of our Infantry succeeded In repelling tho at tack completely with very heavy tiemy losses. i in the same night a counter attack enabled us to gain ground on the western slope of Monte Cetiglo. l)n tho Aslago plateau the enemy on the night of June .I nnd the follow ing morning kept our Campo Mulo position under heavy artillery' and machine gun tire. In the afternoon they renewed their attacks, but wrp vigorously repulsed. In the upper Cordevole valley an tiemy column marching from Pra longta toward Slef wa dispersed by the well directed tire of our batteries In the Puster Valley our heavy ar tillery shelhsl the rallw-ny stations at Toblach and lnnlchen. i in the Isnnzo the Incursions of our In nve lufat. tiy continue. Ilnemy airoplane shelled Ala an-l Verona. Three person wete wouniUil and some material damage was done. The Austrian official statement Issued to-day says then I no change In th" situation It announces the capture of '.'.700 prisoners on this front since the 1st of June. The statement follows tin tho Italian theatre tho position ,s unchanged. A squadton of aero p.anrs last night attacked the railway stations of Kan Hona dl Plava, l.lvenca and Iitl Sana. Our nlrmen bombed the Muttons uf Verona, Ala nnd VI cencla. In ,Itin 9,700 Italians. Including 1 s 4 officer, have been captured, a well us thirteen machine guns and five cannons. lltfiiii; mmm Wit If IpBliillli RELIEF FOR SHACKLET0N MEN. M) GERM AS DEAD. MS i ....nrU'lnl l.l !"' Won I I, IIMI nnd Mllnu .-,,. t rUt if..nli'A I" Tin. -i I.ONPON. June The Copeiihag-ii enrresi-omlent of the Unily Jnil 1-nr.is from Kiel that the tlr't iinolllelal estl- Hrlllsli Iteslilents in llll.-nos A J res Hear Hp tins Vrrlteil There. irei t'urirffunnltnfr tit Till- Scv, llt'KMs AtiiK.i, May n -Local Hr 'a i-iiib-.s aie much agitated by a sub--i.iiitt.tl rumor that c.ipt von Papen, former.y military attache to the Her man KmlKsy in Washington, is now ui Hiu-no.s Aies, liaving arrived Incognito from Hermany nnte of Herman losses In The North Sea i Whether or not the rumor has any Jives the number of killed at H0', of foundation, the effect on the llrltlsh corn wounded at 1,100 and of misting I. , inunlty N the same, a near panic After Von Papen'. departure from the ,,.,,,,,, ' I'nlted States the HngllHi newspapers "HONOR TO KRUl ' r I of Argentina piintul long artlclts hold- . lug him up as a soit of ltuslan nihilist .,,,. lrnlse Heslriu'tlve I'otier'wlth a long iccotil lor bomb outliiges UB,"pr ... I A soon as he wa- nportid to be in of I'-leel's inmiiiiin". this city tne llrltlsh m-maiicc compaiile tptrial CMe Htnil t Tin: M b gun doing a g business In usks MtsTniPAM via London, June '.. A against bomb nxiults on the various rle'snitch from Kssen says the Kaiser big llntlsh business buildings, sen 'the following telegram to Kiupp'a The llritlsh community lecently sub from Wllhelmsh.tven . scribed fund. for a clock tower, which " k a result of il"' impression made "a built tn the pi iza In fiont of the ilium me by oral i-'port of the battle new union railway station. This has In the N'orth Sea, I desiie to -xpre ' now been iiimiihI at'alnst bomh. as the ovv grei'ly are Indebted for tin Urltlsh subscribers Imtu nut yet pre (niece's to our rplendhl artillery anna- sent d it to the Argentine Hot-eminent ment' nnd especially to tho ilestriictlte The eteral thousand Urltlsh resident nowe'rs of the ammunition Tint the of Hui nos A n s are seriously pieparlng . ' I.,. .. .... ..i- msitv.'S fni- i ..i.iit i.il,,., ... l .1. IiaillC Wile .tin, ,i ,.,,, - ,-..m ,., ,,, 1,1 nun who tight out tiu-re around Verdun. orlgina'.:t of Wilbur ami ibvllle Wright who tight under Ulndenburg, our proud I have cloi-.-ly followed th. history of bluejackets who showed Albion that rats JnO .tears of aeroplane experiments and bite, are fashioned from a breed that i bate tin- tinsw ei t nig coin .etion that the know how to l-ar pi ivatiois ilso These cn-dit f"r the lltst tl.vlng aeroplane H privations are here. 1 admit It --aim. due to tin Wilghts, and fiom the point' and openly, even n foreuu countries, ' ( pr.o-t. al tlt.ng. to nobody ele ' but we will bear them ): ow tin - wonts will go atrim the At- "In thl tight again- luinjer we will nso make progress The harvest wil not be worse, but It'ei, than In the previous hatd year Tins calculation of .antic 1 bell'-vc tliey w.ii ass,t m stop ping the spnad of insidious suggestlors tl at the Wrights did not invent the aero plane " r.ieilllloil to lirt from Vtonle vtileo lllll lintel. "en Cahle JtripatcX tn Tun Si s MoNTi'Vipno, Jun II A relief epe d'tiiui for th" rescue of the twenty-two inunber of I.leut. Sir l.rnest Shackle ton'. antarctic expedition left behind oi l-"e.'iant Island vttll start Immediately Th-- party landed at I'lephaut Ifl.n d me ' no miles south' aM of the soutln ri ti of South merlca, on April HI Whei l.tetit Sba, kleton left the Island on Api ' dav of the hoiior to Krupp's.' ; tnrowers, 1 I ( cted by who, thej think, Von Papen will be db I. 'I. Inn I. nrmit nt I'lre In Priori In Viur Hie Warrior, "i-iiil Cable t'rsifitc. tu Till. Ms I.n.M-oN. June C. The Pol tsuniulh eorreipondent of the Tlnir telegraphs The manner iii which the Warsplte g'ii Hie whole Herman Meet and bent "ii nnd then went to the rescue of the t . S ne f )P nuiHt thrilling sto I'- of Hie naval action. The Warrior quite helpless, her engines disabled. 1 magazines under water and her crew line lo use the gun calmly waited ' 'be end ijilu nl) on the horizon she saw c snip coming at a tremendous pace uS!. 'lie water. It was the powerful " I' which Kir John Jellicoe, on " ' "g of ibe Warrlor'a peril, had m nt f the nrand fleet to succor her. gi'-.n battleship swept full speed ' " fra), the Warrior's men greet ' -' er with rlnulns cheers. T - liatlleshlp threw herself hetwirti ,r . .pbss Wurilor and the Herman ,''i The llrst salvo from the War k tlfleen Inch batteries lilt a Her "ie ,p with full force. It sunk. Put ' g her helm over, the Wnrsplte circled "'U'Ki Hie Warrior, drawing on herself .i n,i ine from the (Senium ship and "c'v.,2 with vigor and went elfect, A '" lUimiged her steering gear. " ' l ho Wari-pltri held on, lighting "'iKie handed all of tho Herman hat-lli-snllis l-'our time. the Warsplto clr '"d rotinil the Warrior In thl way, all "i while punishing the enemy terribly M Hi her grial guiiK, " 'Cnnie back, you nre xacrlllolnB your "f" signalled Admiral Heatty to Ilia "irtplte but owlntc to tlm diunagod 'rlng gear she could not obey, Klin ""lM only hung on and light and did this, "i munllly In spite of the hcaiy batter lr hf rn-eltcd that by the limn her -.'JCiu-Li of the dreadnought division had Vlei.inrhll ert Ice .111 lie Hieclal I'ab'e Impiilih In Till: Sis l.nsiioN. June 7. The 'lilies say. that a memorial ncrvice for lb" olllcein men killed In the naval battle olf coat-t of JutWind w ill be hi Id In Paul's Cathedml on June 13 uul the St GERARD WIRES ON INTERVIEW. Sei-relnr l.niislnu. Ilefel Inn lllsii-nmnl. k Hipliinalloii. Wasminuton, June (1. - - Secrctai.v l.ilislng, who In lesumed his duties at the State Department, said to-day that Inqullles had been made of Ambas'-'ii-dor Herard concerning the authcntlclt) ,.f iilleixed liitervlew-H on peace which Ilerlln nnd .Munich new-spapeis have published ii coming from the Ambassa dor to Hermany Mr. Herard has bad no autliorl.a:lon to' talk for publication on th" subji" t of peace In l.urope. The State Depart ment Is Inclined to believe that the In-, tervlew-H are llcllllous nnd are being, spread In Hermany for the purpose, of i fuilherlng the Herman p-ao propa ganda. Hut a Mr. Hi-rani has not ie-1 riled their authenticity the .Statu De. partmeiit has taken measures to uncer tain tne BRITAIN BARS U. S. BEER. MUM) llli-lesof Mltllllflli'ttiri' tUil I'riihllilleil fier .In ne s. ' Wasiiiniiton. .In ;.- The Annricaii Consul-Heni'ial at London has cabled the Dip ii Intent of Commerce that Importa I .on into the Pnited Kingdom of beer ami seviral other aiteleH s prohibited after Juno i Aiiiong the articles prohibited in nihil-1 lion to beer an' cash rcglMeis, hops, lawiiiiiowt'is, gloves, matches, sewing mnihmi'S. stoves and ranges, toilet arti ties lontalnllig glycerine, wringers ami mangles, inanufaciiires .,f aluminum, meiul baths. nianufactiircH of leather other than belting hoots and Mines. iT') CI 'D 1 III I "AT faois. VENIZEL0S FACES ARREST. i I'e Iron rail llrnr (Sreeee Is l lio I'niler .llnrllHl l.n, Sprtia Cable Iwimtrh tn Tub m s I'ktiioiiiiaii, .lime ".-The following tirehH di'HDatch was i err i veil hero lii'il.iy from tli I'lneuH. Hicisp- j "Tho Hoverninent Intends In declare martial law throughout Hireee and in i arii-itl cx-PiciiiIci- Vt-nUeloii and his chief , uupiiorU'ru." I H X a in i il it L i ii n s for moinlicrship in tho ORATORIO Society nf Xew York, Louis Kocinmonicli, con ductor, will bo held in the f'ariK'Ric Hall Parlors, Juno 8, at 8 P. M. Sinners with good voices and fair ability to read musie at. sight are invited to attend. "On Time, as Usual" "I wteh I had a dollar for every tinif I have heard that remark." said a regular traveler on the New lerse Central to a friend, as the lelt the train at Philadel phia. "That's one of the reasons why urn see so main business men on this train. They can count on il to keep appointments." 'Business men like to travel in comfort when they can and they Ret it on the N. J. C. No smoke, no tunnels, no crowd ins, and fine dining-car service, with polite attention from even employee." Trains Every Hour on th Hour. Leave Liberty M 7 A M lo 10 P M eekdvi 8 15 A M and huurlv from J A. ,M. to II P M Sundays, miUnlcht train dallv , eeptrt. ready to P. M. Leave 2lrd if minute earlier for all train's "YOUR WATCH IS YOUR TIMETABLE" TO PHILADELPHIA Mr, Edwin H. Spud Stewart, Warren and Company Makes This Comment About TOKYO BOND 4 IVES gencr.il satisfaction to both ourselves and our cus tomers whether for printing or lithographing." EDWIN H. SPEED Manager TOKYO B0KD 'The High Priced Look Without the Willi Ptict" UNIFORM PRICK Tokyo Bond is sold by higher class paper houses, always at a tint form puce. Therefore, when estimating in competition where Tokyo is specified, each printer is assured of figuring at the same price as his competitors. 8 Sizes, 4 Weights, 12 Cnlors Your printer, stationer or lithographer will submit you samples ami prices NI'W W)Kh DISimillTOKS U 1 I ! Mil: l.ashcr iS: l.atlirop HIS Dimnc Street J. Ii. Limle Paper Cm. Svyil IScekitun Street John V. Sarle Co. Inc. S5 John Street StunuftHtuieJ by CROGKliR-McELWAlN CO. UOl.lOkl', .MASS. Maitrs also of the CERTIFICATE B0 "A Low Priced Jiond with a Ilish Priced Look, and a Dandy-Roll Watermark" M P'"4icllin ui dM ilitr 'inri of Mr Ooc't Hid Mi Mglulln, Mi Ton! pel l)r The Watermark of Service and Printaliility