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Cloudy and warmer to-day; Tuesday cloudy, variable winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 56; lowest, 5, I etallc1 weather, mall ami marine reports on page 11 IT SHINES FOP, ALL VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 28G. NEW 'YORK, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1916. Copyright, 1916, by the Sun Printing and Publishing Amoclnllon. PRICE C.E1 RUSSIANS WIN DOBNO; INVADE THE BUK0W1NA 'Hold Yolhynian Fortressj Trianjrlo and Swoop On j Toward Lcniberg. AI STIITAXS DKIVEX HACK VOW V2 MILES 1'rNoners Taken Xow Xum l,r ioit.000 2.000 Gcr niiuis A iv Cnpturod. TROOPS 1l MILKS KKOM CiEHXOWITZ Vienna Admits Uetrcat in This Kejiion. but Claims (.Jains Elsewhere. iff Ml Ca'itr Ptipitrh I" Tnr Sis. I.om.mn-. June 11. The town anil f.irtrc.-' of Dublin, twenty-five miles from the 'iallelan Irontlor, foil Into t ti t, r- ..f the Russian to-day. With It l-i cm s f,iii'p ale again In the pos it ton of th Volhynlan fortrts trl- jt. i.-r!stuig of Lutzk, Dublin and I!jt no Duhnn, .ilioh hal been in the hands of ' if Aii'ir'aus Min t- September T lai-t. no. .ii Hie Roviio-ltiody'-Loinberg rail m .inn - about cisiity-tw n miles from lilt. ..(. ..in ..ipttal, la mberg. timitrful wat tho Russian onrush e." Ij'ii-t o that tho attacker swept west ward .ti'i'.trrjiily without meeting any resrM.nire f.ir to-night's otllcial report from I'ctrograd i-ay thoy Itjvo orossc'il the Ikwa l!ivr and -wild fai west vard is Dfiulilnwka anil taken po-ses-iwii f the road from Mlynow to Horos te:hm'. The town of 1 emldowka I t'-tn'y-Ilvo mile? du? "ies of J'.i!" Thus the Russians have In Volhynia Ion pushed the Austro-llungarian ILiics ba.k tidrty.tvvo mile. Simultaneously with the ilrlve In Vol rynU. the extreme left wine of tliu Kuflan routrtern nrniy forced the Austin-Hungarians to withdra.i their whole line In th northeastern ltukowina. n -yaded the crown land with (drone f.ircit. and advanced to within sixteen miic- or the capital, Czcrnnwitz. The A n-t rin it War Ofllce admits the withdrawal of the ir. In the northeastern Huknwlna This total number of prisnnoi." taken tip to date In the new- Russian offensive Is lOT.ii.in. The figure Unhides mie Utr.eral ami 1,613 otlkers, Atistrlnns llnUr Mnntl. The Austrian on their par- began the firt lpnrtant oountor liiove.iii iit tlur Int ihe la?t twenty-four hours'. .IaK Ir:; a Hidden utand. after holm; tlrlven ever the I:ier Styrv north of l.utzk. ie .rned o., the Itutdanit with the 1 nf tne Herman tletaolimentit iulieil to I'..- i.i ion von lllndtnhuri:, tliovo fi" Mu.oMto troops liaok over tho ?' i- .1 nnk 1 r.n iirl'-oiiern, Including t 1 ru ,.. " .-i.irl lilmlls this ro eiro, hut ;"'t a' the .iitrl,in runnier ofren"lo m Hi - region h.i" hton halted. Vienna a ins the itvaptuie of a lielch! ro it, t of Tarnopol. T ie iew Hutodan sains 111 "toulliorn VrrihMn.i tnrli.-.Ui. a new Invasion ot '.i . v Hume many more day hae ia t I while tin- adxanoo In the Uillto- i i eater rt-ninwltz with capture, a i - wiie'.i, if K'aniod, wouhl Ko far I' ward inlliienclni; UunianUi to drop rti n ent tendencies In faor of tho V.'iii I'oui-rrt and decide her nt l,it ,i- .cut lot with the Allien. Willi the . a in KusM,.iu ll.tl.llH. IIChH.U.I letitly covoioil hy Hunianla, wou d 'lurlni; luioiillve for Intervention. 1. 1 Li lliisla Iteporls f' llussian War Itiny tiiilnfi. office stalenient 'r -ie m Vtrlhynia. Callcia and 1 .1 rihr.i in ii flesh hik'i hso.h yes I 'ie iiir"iiy ai inb s I'ontiiiue to nr. nous lueses lii prlMJiit rs iilom;. lerte att.uks of our troops are .ntn mil liands thousands upon . 1 of prisoner and booty of ihe exart osliinatitin of which I. .1 i......lblt. I 11.", In n singly sector m the 1 .if i.iptiitid ; search- tuns. J't Held Idti-hens, 17 1 1 ii,i. gnus, lll.'.oou pounds w'l'e I, 1 coiiciet"' planks, .'" nf I'llliclt'te', ISt'ill.llOM n.ii. nnriiioiis mpois in am-1 ; .1 il.il ii.t 111111,'n .it .iiinn ttiiu si Im w laptund .lii.oipi " .1-4.- ;pni tiiixiti of tnat'hitio .gs 'Jim boxe of hand gre ' ii-.ible i Hits, I niricluni: guns, Mo. I t- iii,, a .M, ii l.in n, liable ". , 'ie extraction of di Inking .; ' ne of hiiih i ii'iruious win i ',!. ii i d by the eneiny fin . .iiiiiim e.'liird iirooY of how . m.i out toup le.'alnst the l.c " lighting we took as I -iiier.il, Pill nfllceis it ml 3ft-i- V i aKu cinituied :io guns, . guns .mil ,'i bnmb Ililoweie. Hi- total liophlft, in the le- ii il. I geneial. I,i; 111 ofllcor tl .in His.fiiin Mildler and IL'I " in i luiie guns and fS bomb ' ' 'it Ion i plsodes may be '. k stiuggle of our young ' mar P.iijltche, on the Styr, 's I lei i" till, tieluiiin III ' i"t- .iHSislani't to Ihti ,iis ' i' : our Infantry itllack, de. .i rlei i mi.. i,f heavy iiillllery. lis. ,il'.r, d I I iilii tint town, los ' 'I " J mill pllsnlieis, two gun ii. t. bine nuns. i lur tumps 1 'i i' ' real nig lifiinaiiH " metaling In Ihe leginn of ie i.i the loitresses comirlslnu' i i in triangle, raptured tliu I i mid arr on tin i neini" - . ii.. Russian ilelachnieiits, ' - ' . II w i River, have ieveiiied lln.fivi A pan nf ihe Rusitlans rl tlie region nf the vitiligo of nka on Hie Myliinw-lliieslcchno f"oil'iiiit oil Tlitnl I'ugt, ITALIAN CABINET RESIGNS;mi WRIT TO STOP 'COLONEL TO CONFER MA Y RETURN TO POWER TRIAL AT CALVARY! WITH CHIEFS TO-DAY Premier Salandra Takes Action Following Chamber's Refusal of Vote of Confidence Army Pushing Back Austrians. .ifrirt iablf Pmpntth to Tn 8ci. Uosik, June 11. Th Salandra Cabinet rcMcned late lant nlKht as a result of the refusal of the Chamber of Deputies to urant n vote of confidence In the af ternoon. The official flirurri of the vote were 19.1 airalnst the Government to 141 supporting It. The crisis had been expected because of tho suspicion In the Chamber that the iiovernment's reticence was an at tempt to evade 1'arllainentary control. Premier Salandra appealed to the patriotism of Parliament In an address yesterday, aeklnc that the country should not he unduly alarmed. The situation In the Trentlno, he said, is not serious now, slnco the threatened Invasion has been averted, but he ad mitted that had the Italian tlefejice In the Trentlno been Mlrontter tho Austrian advance would lime been checked sooner. In his speech tippe.illnK to the Depu ties for support Premier Halandrn ex plained the leccnt Italian reverses by s.iylnp that the Austrians took advim l.tKt of Ital.v'rs concentration on the Isonzo to launch a drive down the Liiku rina Vnlley. "Ttiat was tho most vulnerable point on our front, as It left our doora open to our traditional enemy," the Premier con tinued. "ThcM unfavorable conditions ren dered the MrM undeniable successes of the cnemy'rt offensive possible, but we must rocoanize that better prepared de leiHte mlKht nt least have loiiRer ar rested the enemy's advance, keeping It further from the Venetian laln. "Theiefore the country Is learning , with a painful Improndnn that after a : enr of war the enemy has succeeded In setttir fttot on the edtse tif our na- ' tlonal teirltor), uhlih Is ax sacred its' any corner of the fatherland. 1 "It would he too bold to ay that the i iii.i i, .. .. ,i..." ciltlcal moment has passed, tut the enemy. Hopped by our heroic resistance mi both uIuks, 1m concentrating mint powerful forces against our centre. Hut we can look forward with confidence be-1 lain-e of our well ori-imlred aiul valorous I defence." l'ollowlus hit nddress the Premier de-' ni.uiditl an explicit vote of confidence. 1 The otllcial nnnouitcemoiit that the Cabinet hail resigned was made follow loir the arrival of the King from tin flout. The prevailing Impression In , Itome l that Ihe crisis will be solved within n couple of days and that the Salandra Cabinet villi return to ;ioer, after it ha Loon strengthened. CONTRADICTS VIENNA. Iliime Deiile. Iteport That Monte l.rmrrlrp .VII. rrtti iViMe ttrnptttrh in Tnr Sri l.ONooN. June 11 The Austrians, AGRARIANS BLAMED IN LANDTAG FOR WAR Soi'inlit Decliire People CiTiniiny Want Dread and Liberty. of spcrW 'ii',' Dttiiairl. In Tnr. l n Amstkrhssi. v! 1 London June 11 Viini'iiT-, the llerlin Socialist organ, publishes a report of speech by Ilerr I Hoft r. a SoclallM. In the Umdtag After , .ovo'cly condemning the mganlzatlnti of f.inl morihiires. Ilerr llofer attacked the israriatis who, he declared, had robbed1 the Herman people for fortv years, lie .-Hioke of the "frenzy of war." lemarklng that aflerwaul the jietnile would under stand how much they h.ul suffered from ' the bad and partial measures of the (lov- ( eminent. , , ., , , u , Tortllowitz von Hilockl. the ftmd die-' tator. said M'-rr rioior. nun i ' ronitnuni"t feeding of the people and should be they kept were Maimed that promise The well to 1I0 C..IM-OS. theni-elvts astoi lshed nt he said the pen weie be pie'' iiilience. tint tne mas-e- ginning to lie Minen. 11.') '" that If the Husslans had come to Uerlln things would not have been worse than they are now. "Vou feat that the flames of sedition mid .evolution might be lalsed," ald lien llofer. "Vou would prevent IhW, but vou are always too late The peo ple must starve here ami be killed abroad for th"' interestK ot small, set of cap- Itallsts." , , , Ilerr llofer concluded . The tu-orile lit home and In the trenches claim peace Mbci ly and bread. XVeel.'s llrllluli l.linse . ! 7,.ta7. ,,irll 'n'r'' h'SWlrli It 'Tnr. hiN. l.iis.'1'ON June II To-day' otllcial risualtv list, covering the casualtle ...iTeteil on all fronta during the past ...... l glVI'S ine Illlllioei nt "'i'1"" " -13 ,,f whom 1." i' amen, .inn uuii nl men nt ,7!'4. of whom I.HxH were biiie.l This makes a total of Ihe week's casualties amounting to ; 111", weie killed. of whom f . ,! ISICIUI TICC NEARLY 3,000,000 si,(Tiri( I'ahlr liesiuilth In Tin; Sin t ONDON. .lune U. The offlcial press liureiiu t?nvc out the fol lowimr statement to-nipht: The ",ermnn offlcinl casual lies in the war are: Killed 7.14,412 Prisoners 14(1,G()5 Missink' , .857 Wounded 1,851,052 Total 2,024,586 The statement adds: "This is not a Hritish estimate." A Hritish report on German casualties was made public on May 10. It uave tho total as 2,822,07!), which would mean that the (icrmnn loss for last month was 102,507. On May 11 it was announced in London that the (icrmans killed amounted to 705,877; pris oners, i:i7,7!)8; missinK, 197,094; wounded, 1,781,310. Based on these fiRurcs the Ger mans in a month have lost in killed, 28,535; prisoners, 8,807; missintfr r,237; wounded, 70,342. whose offensive on the Italian front has narrowed within the past few days to tho Kclte Coinmunl plateau, concentrated their efforts yesterday against Monte Lemerle, southeast ot Aslago. Forces amounting to about one division were used In the repeated attacks made against this height. The Austrian War Oniee announces that the height was captured with 600 I e- I prisoners, while the Italian ofllclal state inent, flatly contradicting this assertion, says that the Austrians were repulsed by an Italian counter attack aid that 100 prisoners remained In tho hands of the Italians. On ttim frrtnl Irnm Ihe Villi' ArSA dIh- ' - r lean to me asiico aim in wio auan , mg the Kev. Joseph W. Kemp, pastor of i'''!!1?; 'h'."!,.!!:5L "J.lil'.HTiV'lSi'h r"""": J'- members of the board I oral noliits as well as In a counter often- . sle on the Aslago plateau The following official statement Issued by the Italian War Office to-day On June 10 the enemy concentrated his efforts against a small portion of our front southeast of Aslago. After an Intense bombardment strong forces numbering about one division repeat edly attacked our Monte Uenierlo po sitions. They went repulsed with very heavy losses by our counter at tack, leaving In our hands o'er a hun dred prisoners belonging to the Twen tieth l,andwehr Iteglment. From the Adlge to tho Hrenta our offensive action Is Increasing. Our Infantry, effectively supported by ar tillery, made fresh progress along tho Vallarsa height, south of the Poslna, In the Astlco Valley, at the Kreuzela Valley bridgehead, on the Aslago . I .....I In iVi.. lurt nf the Musn ' , lorrtm. On tho Isonzo front mere were ar- tlllery duels and successful raids by our detachments During the last few days we have, takon ,iii6 prisoners. I.ni'iny aeroplanes dropped bombs on Fonzago. No unit was hurt and no damage was done. TAKE 500 ITALIANS. . Austrian Annoonce Captor at Monte l.emerle. lrcinl rnbtf He iulrl fo Tnr. Scv Viknna, via lmdon. June 11. The I Austrian War Office issued the follow ' li g Mntement to-day regal ding the oper ations In the Italian theatre; Kneniy attack were rpultd We captured Monte Lemerle and took S00 prisoner. Our aviators bombarded the railway Million at Clvlihile IRISH SETTLEMENT PLAN WIDE IN SCOPE I,lod (.enrge'x Proposal In cludes Conference of Em pire After War. Serial CnUf lienwtch tn Till Si I.oNtov, June 11. The proposal made by Mr. l.loyd tieorge to Ihe Irish con- ferem e, which may be regarded as the proposal of the (.in eminent. Includes provision for an Imperial conference, which shall Include representative from all the dominions, tn meet Immediately aflir the war to consider the govern ment of the empire. Including Ireland. The otllcial report of the meeting gives Mr. l.loyd iteorge's proposal as follows; Hrst. The Immediate operation home rule. of Second. The Introduction immediately , " "a"-"-,? I Third During the war the Irish mem hers are to remain at Westminster and the six excluded I'lster ((unities are left under the Imperial (lov eminent Fourth. Immediately nfter the war tin Imperial conference of representatives liniii all the dominions will consider the government of the empire, Including Ire- land Fifth Imnieillateli afterward and 'dining Ihe war emergency Interval the permanent settlement of all the great outetandlng problems shall lie proceeded i with. I Ihe meeting protested analnsl the continuance of martial la- In Ireland ami demanded that nrlsou'i-i iinilerirolni? servitude In connection with the rising le? tioated us war prisoners, It nlso ex picsscd (Ilssatsf,u.tic) Wti. 1P .ru,i. ncl and conduct of the Impilrv Into the Irish situation, The reported decision t the l.loyd itctKit coiiieience wn received In llel rai with surprise. .Neither side likes the Idea, and Joseph Devlin, the I'lster .Nationalist leader. Is likely to have dlf - flculty In Inducing his followers In the noith to acnulesce ill the arrangement. Aii.cu.g the I'lster I'nlonlsiH also theie Is grave doubt as to the wisdom of the sugges ed setllemoni On both sides there I a ileslie. hut extremely little hope, that the new home rule scheme may provn a success, .'i'liin(i(V .Vni'Hi;,iT says. "It Is understood that the six ex cluded counties will be administered by a special branch of Ihe Home tlfllce It I evident that a complete recasting of of the home rule act III the form of a nicasiiie passed by general consent will be necessary lo carry throug'i the coin pnmlse which now ha practically been atrlved nt." The Helfnst iorie"poiident of the Jiinihi'i ( says he has dellnlle kiiovvl- etlgc that the osier L iiionist council at a conference to-day will formally accept Lloyd (iporge'tt proposal, bailing Home unforeseen development. The report Indicate that the I'lster Nationalist are still hesitating and may tepudlate Redmond' and Devlin's ac ceptance of Ihe proposal, BRITISH TAKE FOOD CENSUS. tint eminent Auk Farmer About New Crop nml Live Stock. ,spi"ril fiiMr l'ip'ilri In Tin: Sis LoNImin, June l'J. The Unity Mail says: "The Oovei nnnnt I taking a census nf all the food resources of the L'niteil Kingdom and Is ksHUlivt ifipjests to fariiya to make a return showing; their Si owing crop and their live stock." Lawyer Tinsdnlc Fights Against Appearing Tlcforo Church Deacons. TROrnLE OVER D1V0HCKS'! Asserts His Only Fault Is Ef fort to "Clean I'p" an Old Scandal. Flmund J Tlnvlalc. the lawyer who; has been directed to appear before n I committee of Ihe denconc of the Calvary tt.iptlst Church lo be Irletl on charges j Involving conduct which the complain ant alleged warrants dropping him from membership, ha obtained an order from ,rut.iriiir vuun alienee I'onneiiy tnreci-i .Supreme Court Justice Donnelly direct members of the tioard Ihe board of trustees deacons and Id show caue on Friday why a per Imsnent Injunction houid not be granted restraining Ihe church from putting the hwyer on trial. The hearing on the charges wa et for June , hut on that date Mr Tins dale served n temporal) Injunction nn William II. Wet, chairman of the com mltlee of deacons, restraining action until the Injunction proceeding! is de- termlned. Renan In Divorce Discission. , The papers filed on Tlndale' nppllca lion dlcloee ha' the chief ground of i , complaint against him is that on March I - last he sent a letter to each member of the board of deacons inviting the deacons to he present In the Supreme ' Court lo hear the trial of undefended ' ' divorce caes and to discuss with Jus tics Cohalau, who w is hearing tha-, case, the nature of evidence rerpilred In divorce cases. It is understood that Mr Tlnsdale took the action because the den- j icons while hearing chargts ,agalnt one I i nf the trustees cpree- some, doubt a to what constituted evidence of mis conduct In divorce cases. Instead of a.-i cpt.ng t ie Invitation of Mr. Tlnsdale. who had reserved a row of eoals for (he ileacone In Justice : Cohalan s 10,11; loom, complaint was m.t.lc :o I". i,..i.- Juj-t.i c:..r'..e of the , Appellate D hi ,im of tbe Supreme Court that the laAyei's action warranted dl- , clpllne by tin ii.irl Justice Clarke I then KuimonfJ the lawyer and advised him to apologise to Juallce Cohalun, I which he did TTiwycr Tiff-dales , ompla nt n Injunction stnt ets fntth that h' act Ufed of violating iy-laws of church adopted after the time of h's Is the ' the alleged offences He s.iys he .s charged with "liuont-lMi ncy." hut that the sped flcatlnns do mil set form any act In xlolitlon of the Federal or Slate laws "nor any act .specifically fin bidden In the mot at code, iiimmoiily known as the Decalogue, or Ten Coium.indmeutti " Me says that Mine he linn been a number of Calvary Church he "has in all essential particular' livid o far as Is humanly pa-Kiltie, actordir.n to the standards of, 1111 inherslilp .of the Itiptist Church gen oii.lly and the Cilv.uy Church in par- i tlcular Wniilril tit ( lean I p n Hen mini.' He eays tha' 110 acts 1 hargrd ag ill et him show malice, "hut on the contrary they show on then fa purpose to 1 eh. 111 up a -' .t mi ll winch had for long time existed in strl ihuiih" He says that dm lug the many veils he ha lieeu a Im mber of the Hipta-t Church he ha been 11 "sincere believer In Its doc trines and derives such spiritual con solation from such nlteuilaiiee aj Is known only to faithful btlleveis. tliat Ills life ha alwayt- been one of peace with hi fellow men,'' and thai to be j dropped from nieiiibershlp would "cause Inexpressible soriow to himself as well a tn his relatives atul friends, for which no amount of damages iccovered In an action at law inuld adequately compen-1 sat tilm " I Attached to the coiiii1hiii are copies' of the charges 11 ml speoltlontlnns served I on Mr. Tlnsdale by the board of deacons, uhlcli stitte thai on Match 1 he sent to the board of deacons a communion- n,. i., it,- ri-.ti ,,r .-. wnh, ,..,,. i.jrit. the caption, "Calv.uy llapllsl Church boaitl of deacons. In the matter of a Ite.irlnir before Ihe linn nl of deacons of Calvary Chinch on Friday. March 17 at 10 A M. before Hon. Justice Cohalan." The eoniliitlllloatinn lead t "Dk.aii Hiil-.TIIHr.N It affectionately urged that you individually, collectively t 1,11,1 bodv abstain from your busl- 1 pess ami set aside ami dedicate a part of the day to liod at the time and place nfnrcsalil In fact, make It a day of fasting and prayer more fittingly, a It Is now- the Lenten season, and attend at the t-os-slon of Special Term, Part 111.. Supreme Court, second Hour, County Court House, In city II ill P.uk, to hear matrimonial divorce cases presented. I testimony taken and the Judgment of 'the court, Offer Front sesli In Court. .., l,,rrlllly , at your servlie , , . ,,,,. iiml , e fo ' a 4 r ,,. ,,.,!,,, ot- th,. I r.',a i i uf.. ,., ie.,i,.,. day evening. March S. Ill 111, In case Dr lucent M Minder had not brought It. ' with him, lo inlroiluie you to the court. Mate who you are, the ohjei.t of your attendance. Ihe religious zeal with which 1 you are seeking lo acipilrii light, knowl edge and wisdom In matters now pend ing before you. ask thai you be as-1 signed to fnmt seals III the codit room back of the counsel who air living cases, Mint .vou may hear all that 11 testllled to, and after listening at-1 , tenllvely lo all the cases hcaid by the j honorable couit, at recess In Ihe Judge's, chambers pass lo the honorable court a i copv of the recoieii testimony heard hy y ou as a board of deacons at Calvarv "The Pi ogiesslve party and It prill llapllst Chinch ami on tile wllh ynuY.elple will live. We are still heart and n'cri'iiiiy. im "n mi ijintii iui opinion for an - .... I...1 I ..1 .. I llieiiiiii , and after hearing the same no doubt It w ill be of much asllance to , you hi arriving at a decision after the ' enthusiasm with which you are now i taking up and approaching this matter, i "May Divine guidance he granted lo i you In act In a spirit of prayer for the glory of (1ml and Iho salvation of tho 1 Houl, ami mm n may oe a messing to your church, the Hrlde of Christ, of which vou arc tne spiritual officer charged i with tho responsibility of." and care there- This cnniniunlcatlon, II Is charged, wa an Insult to the officers of (he church and was rent In an attempt to bring reproach and scandal 'upon (lie church. Jlopcats With Studied Km phasis That Ifc Is Out of Politics. PASSKS A QUIET SUNDAY Motors to Church With Wifo and Denies Himself to All Interviewers. OjSTKH Itoosevelt Sagamore Hat, I., June 11 Col, barred all Interviewers from Illll to-day. "It's no use see me," he said. "I have coming to nothing lo say. I will answer no ques tions. So please don't ask me to. I am out of politics." ii He passed a unlet dav In the seelu- slon of his big houe on the hilltop, except for his motor trip down to the village to , attend chinch with Mrs. Itoosevelt. It was reported that he had : received several prominent visitors, bull j his secretary denied this. Political ! callers are not exected until to-morrow, 1 and then they will come In large num- hers, It is said, some fiom the Republi can party to hsk his support for Jus. tne 1 1 us bos. and others from the Pfo gresslte party, who may urge him to reconsider his conditional refusal of the 1 Itnll Moose nomination. When Col, Itoosevelt said yesterday j that he was out of Mlltles, he made the I , remark to a photographer who was ' soliciting a pose, but to-day he made It ' deliberately and with studied emphasis. 1 It Is accepted here an meaning that he will not go Into the campaign actively to elect Justice llughas, although the declaration comes so closely upon the heels of Hughes' nomination and ltooe , volt's loss of It believed by some to be the greatest disappointment of the Colo-1 nel's life that there Is a great deai of speculation as to whether or not he 1 might change his mind about political activity If Mr Mugln should come out more iletlnltely for preparedness and more pointedly against the hyphenate." There Isn't the slightest doubt here that Col Itoosevelt will stlc'V to his 1 refusal to accept the Progressive nomlna tlon despite all efforts that may be ' made during the next few davs to get 1 him to head n third ticket More than I ton telegrams have come to him to-day I from Republicans and Progressives and some Detiioernts, frcwti all parts of the I country Most of them were sent aSaTjUne"' 1 the Chicago conventions 1 and the Colonel's declination of the Pro Igresslve nomination had been made ' know n. I Ninety tier cent, of these telegrams approved the stand he had taken, said III" secretary Many of them praised him for being a good loser and blessed him for his patriotism It Is the opinion ' ! of the Colonel's friends that he ha' fought the In "t big flattie nf his career and that in refusing lo run on a third ticket he ha" subordinated personal In terest lo wnat lie believes to be the oountt y' good tho defeat of the Wilson ' Administration and the restoration to the While Hoiife of a Republican. There Is .1 strong belief that Col ' lloiiseveli will be welcomed as one of I the lb publican leaders ami that a place of importance will be opened to hltn In the patty's lotinclls. It Is considered more thin likely that Col Roosevelt's ' support of Justice Hughes, which Re publican leaders, are said to be coming here in urge, will be evinced 11, ore In writing than I" speechnniklng lleorge W Peiklii", tteorge 1, Cnrtel. you, William latch, Jr, John MeUrath, the Colonel's secietarv, and others who directed the Roosevelt tight at Chicago are expected hire to-morrow 10 confer wllh the Colonel. McOrath will give his chief detailed teports of the pro gitsehe and Republican convention SAD MOOSE RETURN. nury lleonnse Lenders Vllsletl T. II., ooiiii- Xfi. It was a disgruntled, illsappnfnted grouv of Progressives who returned at in o'clock last night from Chicago, They were angry wllh some of the Progres sive leader", t hiefly lleorge W Perkins mid Oscar Straus they were dlsap- pomieil with me 1 mono 1, nut still con- lldent he would run . they were nniago . n si c lit .iiisuco iiugnos ami some even inreaieiieo 10 voie lor i resioem vv non. while a few other said they would vo I for Justice Hughes It was said that when Ihe inn nr so men boarded the Progressive special at Chicago on Salurd.iy they were so imgy at Perkins and Straus that they threatont d In tiy to throw them out of the parly When they arose yesterday inoriiiiig. however they were of the opinion that It would be better to take things taliuly and coolly and seek to get Col Roosevelt lo continue at the head nf Ihe Progressive Ccket John .1 O'Connell, chairman of the Piogresslve county committee, when nskrd If the Progicsslves were likely to accept Justice Hughes said i "Fllt. I don't expect that Col, Roose velt will decline to run. Secondly, If ho dot" not run we don't expect to put Justice Hughe In his place "Hut this 1 a Hint) for decisive action and deep thinking, and not for heated discussion We expect lo see Ihe Colonel within a few day and talk the matter over wllh him The Progressives did not like the methods employed by some of Ihe leaders of Ihe convention. I would not say that the Colonel was de ceived, hill he wa badly advlsnl, and he did not do the things that hi usually wonderful Judgment dictates. The Na tloual Committee- of Ihe Progressive1 parly hereafter will not, in my opinion,, penult men not members of the or ganization to have any part In It do liberation, either ex officio or oilier wise." ' ' Asked what he meant hy that Chair-' man O'Connell icplled. "Vou can work that out by a process of elimination." i Then he went on to Hay ..I 11, n I. soul for the Colonel anil we regard hlni as the greatest world citizen of the day The Colonel I flrt In our affection. ' speak for myself and I give you Ihe consensu of opinion a I could gather It on the train coming home." Mr O'Connell said that the llrt thing wa lo see Ihe Colonel and get hi final decision, Solomon Suffrln, a Progressive dele. i gate, HHI(' "ml a committee consisting nf Chairman u c oiineii, vtiiuam Hatpin. Michael richnnp, William lUnsum and Stanley Iaao would sec the Colonel to. diiy at Oyster Hay or In New Vork and a si; for a decision by to-morrow, "If," said Mr. fluffrln, "we do not get CcHfiituril oil Second Page. r (JHARLES EVANS HUGHES and his second daughter, Katherme, wnlklnj? homo from church yesterday. The Republican nominee and his family attended services in the Calvary Baptist Church, where he heard a sermon from the text, "So run, that ye may obtain." The text is from First Corinthinns, ix "Know ye not that they which run in a race run all, but one receiveth the prize? So run, that ye may obtain." LLLLLLLLLLLLlfBLLLi - 'W-&$tyB . h Co-ji 1 r r h t tnt-rn.itnnH) KHiti Sr ic HUGHES COMES AND MAY MEET ROOSEVELT Republican Candidate Keeps the Purpose of His Trip a Secret Harmonizing Effort Is Expected To March for Preparedness. WtelllNtiTOS', June II Charles E. Unfiles will arrive In New- Vork s,imi -time to-morrow Concerning the put pose of h tup and the length ot his stay in New Vork no information was forthcoming to-day at the Hughes home. He will be aicomp.inled bv his stcre tuty, I.awremc linen The nnnounct merit of the trip Immedi-, ately irve rise to iiianv surmises, in view nf the f..ct that the thought of harmonizing the hitherto discordant elements of the Republican party Is uppermost In the minds of many ltaders. To mis wish Mr Hught h.m"lf gavo express. on in his message of .i leptance to Chaiimaii Harding of the Republican convention "1 sincerely trust." he said, 'that all former illlterencos may be. for gotten and that we may have unite. 1 tffott In a patriotic realization of our national need and opportunity.' The iepnrt that ox-Altm noy -tieueral Ctooige W Wk'kersham after confoi ring with the Republican nominee lai wck uiailo a hurried tilp to Oyster Hay gave rise to-night to the belief that mft r ences nhlch may have an :u;i, tan: bearing upon the cami'.iign may i umloi' conteiiililatlou If a meeting lit fit t I M Hughes and Col Roosevelt himself U not In prospect The suggestion that cnnfe'i nn-.t i ..tv i lie held brought foith no tuither t -planatlon from Ml. Hughes - -01 r pn. "On that point there I" ndi n; to be said, ho loplioil There aio many problem- i n;a4e tho attentloii of Mi Hughe" besides healing the lueiuh that has existed In tile Republican paity A clialim.'u of i the rial onai comuiuioe is in oe e ecu n The methods of campaign lire lo be de cided upon, ills own household plans for the furthcoming Miiumei aio to be winked out II Is doubtful, howo'.. i. whether any of these ate so i.iossiu,; a -to necessitate a tup to No.v l irk a I this lime The expectation In tll.lt one of Hie pill -poses at Ml. Hughes's visit lo New Voik Is to Int el the -peclal committee, m ailed by ex-Seiialoi Murrav Crane, which was iippolnlfil m Chicago t titer with the candidal!' on the time and jilace nf the i.fllclal uolllicatioii of hi nomination It 1st il luli'l r-ti ) that Ml Hughes willpiuli ithly select New Ynik and that tin noiiilcaliun will lake place within ion dav s Mr Hughes passed to-day n iiiucli t ' i same way as he ha spout hi" Sunday before his retirement fioni the nench and his i eentrance upon the puitluil stagt With Ills daughter Kallieri.ie re talked from his liouso on Sixteenth ncct to the Calvaiy llapllsl Chinch. a prvx mutely two miles lie was conflonted by i Im unliable an ay of photographers and ui 'Ving pic ture men. For the past th. lays they have lain in wait for him and many tilins have refolded his llgure as he winked along Hie "tie.'t Ho has smilingly po-ed for them rnoie than once. Hut the demand for pictures stems to glow rather than diminish. Al the church the Iui I met Mr Hughes and their ynunueht diiughtei. F.llzaheth. who came In .in .iiitomoblle Whether by chain e or design, the Rev Dr. H, II- Orcein', pastoi of Ihe chinch, look for his text. "So run thai ye may oblaln." After Hie service nltnosl the entire cm grcgallon g.tthcicd mi the sidewalk to await Mr. Hughes' appi'iiance ami he received the congratulations of many friend" Mr. Hughes and hoi youngest daughter entered Ihe automobile again 1 ami Mr Hughes and his second daiightir I walked home. 1 During tin' afternoon .Mr Hughes, idllvlng hi electric car, called upon his runner associate of the Supreme Couit There wore few i tilers during tho day Justice' at l he sixieenui tttieel house MiKenn.i, Justice Mclleytiolds and Rep resentative Mann, the minority loader of the Hons, wore among Hie number. Tho Mood of congratulatory message continued. They were so' many that It wss almost a physical Impossibility for Ml'. Hughes lo read them all None was given out for publication. Mr. llunhc - s HERE TO-DAY also looked over the Sunday paper', ac cording lo his secretary, but did not have opportunity to lead thorn carefully. He did not. however, lead the account of the celt bratlon In his "home town." If the atmosphere nf Sunday remained comparatively undlsiiii bed Inside the Hughes Inline It wa" unite different out side Two policemen, unaccustomed tig. Hie" In th" environment of Sixteenth stieet. kept watch 011 the corner, and an end!"'".- piiieessinu nf automobiles and of pedestrians passed Mi Hughe- accepted the bunions of hie. new position with good nature l'sin h!" return from church, despite the fact that he had been photographed from eveiy oniHotvahle angle, mure cameras were tralmtl upon him. ami at the n (liiest of the photographer he posed in various ways with h!" hit oil ami with hi" pat on. standing and walking, smil ing and affable at all times. The Supremo Court will hold It rln.il session foe the teini lo-inorron The opi'iiuiis wliii h .lustlre Hughes lias jue. pared have been tut lied over lo the Chief Justice Mr. Hughes pioiins,.,! to. night that lie would nuir h In the piepareilnesn ji.ir.ule which Prosalml Wilson will lead on Wednesday providing business did 1 not take him nut of town It wa reported here last ing;,i that ex Uuv Hughes had ,.fi Washington uuietly and would airlie in New York early tin ii'Tiiing l Ihe Hotel Astnr it was said that he hid ieorvei iiceommodatluii" and w.nilil l- llivie this morning It was said alsu that he would tl.tvel uver the H.iltlm and Ohio and would conietiver from .lci"cv by tho West Twenty .third stltet It'l l v RATE CUT ON T. R. BOOM BOOK. Unit n Mini Only hiii nf .en It ne, Ifc at Niiii-linrllNiiii rv VII til ill AN' Ii T Ki: Ylirit tlVN 1" VIlT iieiiueeti in au i euts There wits no sign of activity m the Niiii-iiaitiMin League's lieailipiarlei in Vanderbllt avenue. npHeltc l ho Hilt mote, y-fttoiday The mollis were eiivjity and Itie iluors were locked The MirgmiM notice, dlsilave, in the vvimlrvv neir the various p'.uennls hear ing the name of Thi iuhue Rorweveli, was tile only gloom dlspeller on view HERE'S ONE WILSON BOLTER. Itolterl limine) llurUe, llllitnls Itele unle. Opposes II mlniitliin, St Lnris. .luni" 11 The most ext.t in Incident thai ua nccnired yet in tho Democratic pieoiiuirtitloii sltuittlo'i i" Iho announcement that Itobeii iCmmet Hurke delegate at large from I'llmls will not vote for President Wilson tor lennmlh llinn It bi.glns In look as if it w .Hid nil to iinanlnioiis unless Hrnthor Hurk Is ham strung ami bound by the im ; vine PREDICTS NEW ALLIED BLOW. I'arls Paper Sn ellon Will I'nl los Ciiiifrreni'i' In Liinilnii, Siriiill I'ilhlf tltaiuttrl. lo Tin -iv I ' Mils. Juno 11 - II is tcttnih thai Hie visit of Piomlcr III i ;i ml , lien Joffre ami leu Rispios, Mlnlslor of Win, to l.un tlon wns niarkeil by absolute understand ing on all mllllaiy points covering all flouts. The 7'eini, declining thai the j-x-i limine of views showed pei ft i agiee meiit between the French mid Hritish i lovernnionls, iidil- "Till I no banal diplomatic formula. ""' a" agreeiuejii winch f-oou will be translated Into action nf the highest im. poriance ioi ine sueci'SHtui prosecution of Iho war" Name it the "Chin t hin" Ticket, St Lulls, June II The Dcmocrais have already glvi 11 a name to the new 1 rtenuhllciin llckel They call R ihe . cinn Clun'' ticket. TiRi'SBTO TO RUN ANGERS WILSON CHIEFS Harsh Words Hurled Colonel in St. Louis Hotel Lobbies. nt PRESIDENT WILL WIX, THEY STILL INSIST libit They Admit Tliinys at It'liieajfo Turnel Out Worse Than Expeeted. I DEMOC KATS LEFT WITHOUT A KIUHT Not Even Bryan to Make u Contest -Notliiiio- to Ex cite the I'artv. I St, lait trf, June II.-Two emotion agitato the minds of Democratic . leader assembling here fur the,r party' national convention- anger over Col, Roosevelt' apparent lofueul 1 to help them reelect the Ptcldcnt and fear that their convention proooeillnKs I (ire going to be so tamp us to haw n 1 bad effect n the country. J Their attitude toward tile Colonel H (nll the more amusing In '.hat it H so Intensely serloitf . Their piisent in dlKiiatlou over lius failure to run tiih t to form Is a revelation of how much they had counted on him I Hnmher words have 11. ,ir been I hurled nt the Colonel In all of his 1 combative career than uc now re sounding in th lobby of me Hotel .Iff- !cV 'pointed the Democratic p-ity It Is entlrejy plain that tin outcome of the convention at Chli'iuo was ,1 1 shock to Senator Tass-'rt ot Indiana. ' Norman K. Mack of New Voi'k mi l Roger Sullivan of llllmtiv tne Miree National Committeemen wiio .re tr rauglng the convention tiiollmin.it ,es and who ipltomlze the sont.ni'iit.- of their colleague. They hud hoped thn" "mueiioih be filde Illiehes would he seletUed In tun against WIImiii. or. If it had I 1 ho Hughe, iryit the Colonel would In Ktantly aicept a Hull Moose 1 nniin itan and roll tip a few mlllini vtn. enough, nnvwav. to iiiuit W.lson s lei lection Couldn't He Worse, Tliev as-ort tn.it Wll-n'i w I " re- I'et.It n IllSt- fleeted even If the Colim-I d to the 1 H. P. at the lie,id "f th' cm Progressives, but llu v a '.in i h.tt things at Chic.'ign rniililn ' wu l irno.l nut worse from their sum. "mint And now, loiiteinplallng their on. big show, which will open ntxt ednt sd.. at noon In the Coliseum, thi'i an genu Inch' il!"trt-ei because ilieio .li.esi t seem to be material niiywheie foi e oa a lively nigiinient, let alone a good old fashioned shindy of the soil that Denio crallc conventions have staged in the past (at Hnltlinoie four yeais ago. for example) and that are siipi I in put righting splilt In Ihe woikeis wine the campaign starts The Deinoeiat" aliead" lieii. leader ami deb gates ami visilois, giant i a little way into the future and are trail'.' appalled at the propect of iiiibinhi n plaeiilltv Thev have been getting off Into loiners and trying to stmt an ar giiuienl, hoping thai It might lead to something worth while in Hie n v of a battle, but they find themselves picsent'v agreeing Unit Wilson and Mai shall nni- be nominated ami that the Colore' has played them a cat's ttiok ami n i go mm in mm for a nip ot -omeilins at the bar rrnte n It niiipii. Whole the Republlc.il." .11. 1 1 sited peate the Demoila's 1 MM' I'r i V' pot 11 tight that would ten thing- do open, a tight led by M Patau -v. nil" the appeal am e of ontint 01 s i,.i -nn,, thing vital. Thev don t u. Ii i.d In ' i Mi !; . through the lopes, bei ause it ii. .I' .. box .mording In the i ule- w i. h t' . leal ale framed against luting, gmig 1 j and (lie -in r eptitlou" u-e nl 1. 1. is knuckles Tlie men who are iiiinmu Hit eniiveniiiiii aio giving Hi tan hem i looiii among the winking em n spriiidei i (Ihat' .'till and ho will have n .lull ml lime in sun inn.- .in v thing own i no ilesired What ihe leadeis and tb-lega ie im piaylng for is a shin p. stiff issue ,, arise something that will pioiluii . let tf roiulalile -poeehos mid Iheitln n ake fur most desirable publicliv I tut tit. nut look is pool If the Deiiin. rati, uailonnl convention pos-essed a piess agent 1 In, 1 loved his nil lie would Im burning fin number Job Tmlv llamilion would shake Ills head over the sliuallon. hit- ihere is mlghiv lillle publicliv meal in sweet amitv. Nntioual Couiiiiiiieiuimi Miuvii of Iowa put the case ihl" afternoon "What wo need," he said, "m a tip. sunning, knockdown light, tollowod hy kill mnuiid handshaking" At first glance theie would semi to be small likelihood of Mr Miu-sh getting Ids vvl"h. hut you nevtr can le I nhou' n Demotralic coiiM iitioti evi-i. v Iv n llryan's hands are iled Looking aim, t wistfully, the Deinocrals ohseivo a col lection of candidates for Vl(e.'ie.ii..i,t. who might at .1 pinch stmt sniueihliig m the natiii- of a fuss scleral Wnnl the lluiini. The piogramine is lo ienoniin, .. ,ce. I 'it. Milieu Marshall, but then .n. -ct ernl v rsons that want the honm Mi--siiurl ha a c.indlil.ile in ilnv M-iji Nt In aska" offers flu v. .Mnieluao Roger Sullivan InslHt that lie 1- nn i,..n,.- In pullliiK up hi name .r i s, n.n,. Owen of Oklahoma would in r,- , nomination The far Wesi M,i. i,,. ,. Illlion noil mat iieiiiitnn ' Trouale hvie is hs likely i a J,t .it 1