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THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1916.
V 3 CASEMENT DIES ON SCAFFOLD AS CROWD TAUNTS 'I Pic for My Country," WVip Irish Leader's Last Words. HK SHOWS CALM COliHAGE AT EX I) (lovcrnmcnt Defends Hanr injr. Which One London Paper Deplores LoMioN, Aug. 3. Ilouer Casement was tinted at o'clock this miming In t'tntonvlllr Jail for high treason, by hav Ing conspired to cause the recent revolt la Ireland and by having sought Her mn aid to that end. Twenty minutes before Casement mounted the scaffold the gieat prlou Ml began t J toll. The sound was reeled with cheers from the crowd, t mirifird with some groans. At it o'clock merits. the crowd extended for lo block from In the fighting around llrody. the Her Ihe rn-on front ""n' H"r" ,,,(; "u"W" re driven At one minute after ! a -Ingle stroke ' ,""'' en the big hell announced tint the trap I n,,'n I " Kovel railroad crumpled up D.d heen sprung. It was the signal for I l"'0'e "' iTiiian gunnery. mockinc. Jeering jell from the crowd. I . Tl correspondent of th Tl.nr on shlch suddenly died awav Into dead ' ntisian front, telegraphing Augut ilence a; A' Hie back of the ptlsoti, a little 1 "Kurlous flshtlnK Is in progress on all d.'tante from the Jeering crowd about I Jarts of thl front Tne Ormanr nre ?e eates. was a group .f about thlity launching counter attar'.ts alino.t itn- Irish men and women When the clang of the hell announced that the doomed man had paid the penalty the little group kn.lt and prajed, Xhoni Courage at Death. Casement met hla death xvlth calm rourase, according to eyewltmsse. He as allowed t) go to the gallows In ix-tliin clothes. Knrly In the morning 10 priests of the Unman Catholic I'hurch administered the last rites In the -II of the condemned man, who recently lolned that church. S'oon after a little Hftcesl 11 headed by the priest, xvlth I'asetnenl following, a xxardt.i on either .He. proceeded toward the execution shed, onb five ards away The priests I 'cited the litany of the dying, Casement 1 rpond!ng In low tones. "Lord have , mere) on my soul." : As the party reached the shed where lh galloxxs was erected the special ex- I rcutinner. a barber named Kills, ap- uroached Casement and quickly pinioned , him Casement firmly mounted the gal- (.iw steps and commended his spirit to lied as he stepped on the trap A mo- ( nent later the lever was pulled. Case- meni was prjnounceu aeau ai nine mm- 1 ites after 3. According to custom his ixidy will lie buried In quicklime In the ,rlson ard. Casement's last words, apart from his jjraers. were: "I die for my country " No Rvlrieare of lnsanll. Dr Manrier. the prison surgeon, was sOicd by (iavan Iuffy. Casfment's coun sel, whether there was any truth In the iubllhed statement that Casement had been Insane. He replied "I saw no evidence of lnanlty He toted In a sane manner to the end." Accordlnc to a news ageuc.x Casement tad high hopes of being reprieved until 'he exe of his execution. "As there was no sign of reprieve last night." this ac eounl Mays, "the condemned man be came very morose and hardly spoke at all. Soon afterward he became re.lgned ' his fate, and after he had done a jns.derable amount of wrltlnc he re- red to rest and slept soundly 'When aroused till morning Case ment showed considerable nerx'ousness, but lie xvar quite collected and thanked 'he warders for the many little kind ' csts they had shown him while he oc- jp.ed the death cell." A coroner's Jury found that the sen twee had been carried out In accord ance with the law and In a humane manner An official statement issued from the Vren bureau to-night scys j 1 ne i.overnmem careiuuy aru re letedl lonsldered all the circumstances In the Casement case before reaching a neiion not to Interfere with the sen tence "He wa convicted and punished for eachery of the worst kind to the em pire He bad served as a willing agent ef Ormany " The morning parieis mostly deal In 'he hr.efcst and moat matter of fact a with the execution of Casement. The only editorial reference Is In the Dally News, which says: "We cannot but reaffirm our convic '.on that the Gox-ernment exhibited urave unwisdom In exacting the death nenalty No evil results could have fol lowed a commutation of the sentence. The hanging gives the dlsaffecteel sec- I 'lon In Ireland another martyr.-emblttera I S.11riP Ihrnllohnll. tltm lclnt.,1 nllanal.a ' 'esllng throughout the Uland. alienates a large and Important body of American pinion and enables (Sermany to play ff the death of Casement against the death of Fryatt." SES'ATE PLEA TOO LATE. Herniation Delivered After Case ment Wna llanaeil. Wasiunoto.v. Aug. 3. An Inquiry will raonar.lv ne mail In Hie s.etis.1 nu in .My he made In the Senate as to way the Senate's resolution eles!nert m M Iteiger Casement was not presented ' the llrltlfh Foreign Office until after' ... had been hanged. 10 j. .... n . 'on iracrieii ti e niaie isepaiimeni lx evening from tl.e American embassy 1 Imdon that the resolution aneled m at the Foreign Office ,m, nirmnr The embassy added that Case- men. had already been hamted. flTAWT urtTT kXVa t VVTD fiAflr flXjLAHJtA iii in. Heimrlrcl (irrman Maehlnea Not Mahted, Pari Sa. rms, Aug. 3. Giant Herman bl- Manes t waH officially announced by the Krench War Department to-day. are a mvth The kiatemc.it -.,1,1. mi The statement add . It is certain, however, that Oermany ' as built biplanes of an exceptional size xri'l power to be used as hydroaeroplanes. One of these Is 73 feet acreixs, with . "tei' ir. and able to carry 0 passengers. Anoiner, 1 37 feet nrtoss, with 3 motors "f lao horse-power each, Is said to have 'en constructed at Frledrlchhaven and I CoRFf via London, Aug. 3. The Ser o have flown over Lake Constance. If 1 . . Gi'vernment has decided to con- i'i, me. e experiments must have Had bad remits, for the machine has been met nowh.re on the battle front. "Aircraft of great power In service on 'ie land front are the two motored aero plane.. One Is the- avlatlk type. 78 feet screws. It is steer' d by three rudders, It ia plaees for an observer or a gunner "i'l a machine urni la-hiiid the plln', and for another gun flrer on the balcony be. fore the pilot. The other Ope Is of a iimllar model, hut more rapid In flight. Tin motors In these aeroplanes are of JJO hone-power." Travelers shodd 1$ careful of the water they drink. Ask for wator It iathowmc all over th world FRENCH REOCCUPY FLEURY VILLAGE Coiiflhiefd from r'(r Vugt. Herman Infantry tried to advaiue. iatih- ln. th,m ,,.cir ,,WI1 -,rc (eaMnglx. and fresh dlxlrlnns are being brought Ui. On Monday and Tucsdax large reenforcements went from the trains to the battlefields, where thy were mowed down by the Russian fire. So far all the. counter attacks have been t eaten back with huge losses, "The cannonading continues dav hiiiI 1 night. The'e Is a contlniioii roar like thunder. At night the whole sky Is II- j lumlnated by bursting shell", search- lights and star bombs. I "The Stokhnd position Is extremelj strons. Indications accumulate daily that the (iennans will hold this tine to the Inst tolb!e moment The victories of the Miles in the east and l have not sufficiently leduced the morale of the Clermans to glxe Rround for supiwisina that a suililen collapse 01 tneir military, sttensth l near." ! The two Kuslnn columns which hnd I been adxancing In parallel directions In I Armenia ai'.iarently ate clearing out ' t,, country lietween them. The offl.-lal teport from I'etrograd to-night says a Tuikish trench was captured buxxeen' Mur;, an, Mamakhatun. The column wrich proceeded by way of Hltlls iae1 1 through Mush and the column which too' jrilngati went through Manial.hatun. BRITISH TO ABOLISH POVERTY. Cabinet Members In Aareement On Carblntt Vast Korlaaea. Special Cable tHipatrk to Tar. Siv Lonpon. Aug. 3. According to the ixr.Nno.N. a it. a.-Accoming 10 ne , r"rr , : I Daily KxprrtM, the Government Is con sidering measures which aim at the abolition ufter the war of what sociolo gists call "preventable poxerty" In CSreat llritaln. lie says this was the meaning of a passage In Mr Asqulth's speech on the economic conference, when the I'remlsr referred to certain reforms de signed "to spread the fruit of Industry more fairly throughout the communltx " The xx-ritcr adds that the whole Cabi net is In agreement on this question, and that there are prominent men In and near the (Jovernment who favor ways nnd mean" to bring about a system of State control or guidance of the distribu tion of wealth. The germ of State action on this prln ilple Is contained in the excess profits tax clauses In the budget, which this year Is taklpg from xety large excess profits 110 les than 7 per cent. PRINCE EXPLODES "SAUSAGE. American Axlalar Destroys lier man Observation Balloon. Pari. Aug. 3 Norman Prince, an American aviator with the French army. In ought down etenlay one of the Her- man observation LuIIckuis, which are nicknamed "auage'" because of their 1 shape. To destroy one of these Is particularly hazardous feat. The b.il- . loons nl way. are anchored far within the Herman lines, and besides It is riiky to descend to their low altitude. Prince had his swift fighting machine fitted with a special weapon to be em ployed against the balloons. He fired , at the gas bag at about 100 yards range una the "nn.iire" lmiiiedintelv dlsan- pea red In a cloud of smoke. Prince Is . . - ... ..... ... - ... . t. u 1-llll.Vil I .11 ll.r ...It- i. ...f- uwrnnr 1 They haxe parachutes and sometimes nre aide to escape. DIED AVENGING MATES. X viator lie Ter I Ine Crashed Ilia t'rafl Into f.rrmnn ieroplnne. Pakih. Aug. 3. Sergeant Charles K- , one of the companion of Aviator de Tetline. xvho was killed July 2., w lien mlnglng down hi Hunt Herman a. aero- . plane, thus describes the death of the 1'rench aviator : "De Terllne and three others of 11., Lieul. U- hei gcaut 1 1 and my- self look the all- with the oblect of. ' , 1 .1 -piping the morning rec-.nnaiarre a C.ernia.1 aer-iphuie. U e m-t It alio ,H - fourteen miles from our lines at a neigii, l"z .?Juno and Se.geaiit D-- en. ! f&Xr T& X tried .0 'ly In spirals and so escape. 1 was a i little above him and dixeil so as tu gel j (;tlow an( to Mk TFur , op,n(.d nr al "''.fj,5 aHUt'i,en the areldent occutred which deceived De Tirllne. Sergeant V , 1, not having seen me, came up at I .,1. ,...1 nr. .ri' left. He struck me In in) rear, tarrying away part of the bal- -Miring planes of his own machine. We I 1 nth plunged dow n giddily. u T(,rnp 1IS filllllit ,hUKht , , .... ,,-a ilfrn bought down by the enemy ' nnd wished to a-.rnge us at any prlie. He swooped upon his adversary- at full need, crashed Irtn him and fell with 1 him to the ground " sirrhlaa Parliament to Xleel. 1 vol(. Serbian Parliament. King Peter nf Serbia and the Greek Govern- ment have been s 1 advised. nl Hluna I PI I Killed 1 II Marl. Prit'UHiirxpsiE, N V., Aug 3 - A vat of the Standard Aniline Products. Inc. of Wapplngers Fall blew up laie to night One workman Is reporteel killed and nine others hurt. II uses In the vil lage were rocked hy the blast, and an other vat In the same plant, it la feared, also may eiplode. WAR MOVES TOLD IN OFFICIAL REPORTS Paris Amiounues Keen (it it re of Floury, on VpiiIiiii Front. AKItOPliANKS IMIWNKI) Kicncli and Rritinli A mm. u Its Broke Irown. Berlin State ment Asserts. I'aris, Aug. 3. The French War of. fl'e Issued the following statement to night : (Hi the Somme front there were no I infantry actions during the day In the region of Moniicu farm the arlll- 1 ''MVrtarof the .MeiHe our Infantrv. mnllniilnc Its offensive ac- llon 011 the Thlaumont-rieniy front, . ! during the day, by a series of sue. 's- I site attacks, captured all tke trendies between these two nolnts as far as the I . iwiutheast of the Thlaumont work and ' the edges of lllll 32a The village of Henry, at tn -Weil 1 simultaneously from the northwest and southeast, has been entirely rc (ecupied by our troops after a brlllKiit action. The number ol prisoners tikrn In this action, so 'ar counted. Is more than KSii. making a total of l.TfiO un wounded prisoners taken by us on the right bank of the Meue since August 1 At about the same time as the Fleurv fighting we dellxered a violent attack In the region of Chenols which inabled us to lecapture the greater part of the ground lot on the day be fore e9terda The afternoon communique said Xoith of the Itiver Somme we le pulsed last night several tSermaii as saults upon the Monacu Cam. and we organized our new jujsitlous tie. tween this farm and the Hem Wood. It has been confirmed that the tie1 man units engaged In the region of the Monacu farm had to be relieved as resitt ofthe heavx loe they have sustained since July 3i. So'ith of the Itlxer Somme t counter attack upon our position 1 located to the south of Kstrees failed r . 0..1 under ou- file. Or the right bank of the Itixer Meuie the Wtu.m dellxered several violent counter attacks upon the trenches which we captured etr day Kvery where our curtain of tire arid the rlre of our Infantry theeked the efforts of our adv. r'.ir.x, who suf fete.l he.iv.x lo"e. A for our troops, following up their adxantage. t.iey h.ix'e made notable j piogre to ine souin or 1 lejry 1 ney have reached the triiriifll.lt - surround .iigs of this village, and haxe even gone lieyond the rallroid station The number of prloners made by u es. lerday In the region of l'leury alone I In exces of TuO This raises to I.l'iO, the total number of ablebodled 1 pilsoners who haxe fallen Ir.to our hand since the flrt of ugust on the right bank of the Jtiver Meue. Hrlllah llrpiilar (irrmani. I.ONPOS. Aug t The Hrltlsh ofMi la tatement Issued at midnight reads North of Hazentln-le-l'etit we gained some ground by a bombing attack During the night the enemy sent four strong detachments toward Delvldc h , , aj.proach -. t-fore fire wa oP,,,. All were repulsed with heavy lo Our h'-axy artillery liombjrded an enemy strong point between I'or'ere and Thiepval. The garrl'on. fleeing ac-oss the open, came under ur field gun rlre Thioughout the da the cnen.v's ar tillery maintained a barrage west and southwest of 1'ozleres and shelled Iiiigucxal and Mametz arid Cater pillar wood Intermittently Kurlher north he shelled villages near Arras and Armentleres and dropped bom'.i oil the outskirts of some of the villages without doing any damage. In the lilvenchy district we bom barded the enemj's lines near the lloh enxo'ilrrep redoubt la the Loos salient there wa considerable trench morta' activity 011 both sldcr. Two enemy aeroplanes were bi ought oon In the northern section of our line, one of which seems to be of .1 new pattern Tliree of our machines were brought dean by gunfire. llrrmaw' Carlaln nf I'lre. Kr.r.t.lN. xla London. Aug. 3.- The of ficial statement ltued this afternoon by the War Office says. vve-siern r roni -.mvui or tne snmm. a strong preia-alory fire by the enemy between the Ant-re llresik and the Somme led uu to expect a great de oilxe attack. Owing to our curtain of fire It only developed Intp temnorary but heavy fighting in isolated sections. On both side of the Albert-Ila-patinie highroad and east of Troni" wood strong British attacks broke down. Between Maurepas and the Somme French snultj xvere seven times rt pented. We remained master of the po-dtlon after stubborn fighting The enemy succeeded only In penetrating Into Monacu Farm and a trench s.t Hon north of It. South of the Somme French ad vances were repulsed near Harleux and near I'streea. fin the right bank of the Meue (Verdun front), the enemy brought forward t" the altnck strom: forces against Cote du Poivre and on the wide front lietween tin- Thlaumoiit wor'i and noith of the Laufee work Jle obtained a foothold on the western part of Cote du Pol vie and southwest of Flnury In parts of our first line Irenihe. and recaptured a trench sec tion III Laufee forest whlili he lost on Tii..ile' Tue-da,. A. he TI ailii n. oik and south east of Fleurv th enemy xva cnni- il'te'.y repulsed, and In the inoiminln foresl he xxa r'-puN'-d with heavy losses by a countei attncl,, afte hav Ins tempoiaillv luoken into our lines Kastern Kron:- -Airn gmup of Kield Marshal von lllndenhurg nil the northern sectoi of the front there were no especial Incidents. Iluslan I advances on both side of Lake .Sob" I failed, A strong nttac': southwest of Lubleszoxv broke ilow tl The enemy advam lug on the Koxel Samy railway wa driven off by our lire-. ' In the forest near Ostinw. north of Klselln, more t .-mi 100 prisoners were captured. Cnemy atta-Us, atipitentiy tuaiiueu ( j im 1ot; H, nf the rallxxay near Hrodv. developed irjalnst Ponlkowicu and were repulsed. Otherwise there was little fighting activity on the front. Army grmifi of Hen. Count von Heithmer. Southwest of Wllesnlow small enemy outposts wete cleared. Desperate Hallle nn liiUhnil PtTliouinP. via London, Aug. 3. -The ofllclal statement from general head quarters Issued lo.ilny reads On the Siokliod desperate1 fighting Is pr ceedllil- near the villages of Diitieschovo i.nd Gulevitclile. In the Voroblevka region, east of Jezlerriii, nine enemy aeroplanes flew over our encampments. Caucasus ftnnt. In Ihe direction of Dlarbekr, near Ogmlt, between Mush and Mnmakhatun, we captured Turk' lull works by bayonet charge nnd took prisoner seven officers and about JOO Turkl.h regulars. A v.-h le company of the latter surrendered, We also captured a nun and three machine KUti. We continue to attack and prisoners arc stilt flovvliiK in, (inn Attaeka on Tnn Ships. The afternoon statement says. On the night of Aurrti't - In the lesion of Hinortjon the enemy launched n attacks on both sides uf the rail way The attack opened at I o'clock In the morning and the gu.n was re leased six times with Intervals between the waes. The -a attacks Mulshed nt n a. y The use of uas was discovered . In (rood time, with the result that the Herman who were following the at tacks, on attemptlnc l advanre, vieto met with rifle and machine gun Hie and suffered eevere ln.e. The enemy did not even succeed In netting out side of hl own wire entanglements, and he rapidly returned to bis trenches. Caucasian KnoNT In the direction of Karput, In the region of the Nlll.ige pf Nurlk, our detachments made an idvanee and forced back the enemy rr , h fortlfind nnsltlon .in th.. ilch't p.i:ili of Hie Ithcr Cuplinile-at Munlt- ch:ili. Aero.. ItOMI. via London. Aug 3. The ottl- rial announcement Issued by the Italian War Department to-day says . In the Adlge Valley a bombardment !' enemy artillery and nlrciaft l 'ontlntilng. An enemy aeroplane diopped bombs on the town of Ala. but !iey did iij dam.iRc. The enemy artlllerv bomhanlment on Cortina d'Ampezzo persisting, we ate still shelling the Milage In the Drive Valley. On th" remainder of ihe front the situation i unchanged. Two enemy destroxer shelled Ills ceglle. a district which po.sese no defences. Sit ptenn xxere woundid. two w mien serlouly The material damage was flight. Nine Italian aeroplntie bombarded Durazzo this morning with gieat ef fect. A large number of bomb fell on wharves, hulldlngs anil the aero, drome. All of the machine relumed except one, which broke down .mil had 1 1 land In enemy territory $30,000,000 FOR DEPENDENTS. Rrlllah Htlrtaet Hinn J-.'il.lMIII ool- dlers llarr Hern Killed. I.ONPON. Aug. 3 Parliament will he asked next week to vote fS.iinO.nOit f $30. ("iP.OOni to provide the full etlmated nnH. ..f niiiilam.nlarv lisr.lotls of ...... .u,..,i.ni.'.r nnn.n.mmt. " ... "ioned ofTlcers and men ant of partially ill.ihled rion-commls'lorieil ottlcers ard men. Tins sum. W.llinin H Kisher. Parlla mentary Secretary to Hie Local Ooxeni ment Hoard, explained In the Houe of Commons to-day. Is estimated on a num ber of deaths not exceeding IHo."!'" but if this number is exceeded the amount would be Increased proi.ortlon.itc; According to the accepted ratio of 1 to 5 killed ard wounded, the above n-jute of ISO.imh) deaths show that the Hrltlsh haxe had so far l,3;0,ono casual ties in the war The I.it-t 'Se-m.iri tasiialtx lists gave a total o far of 3,013, S3T. vj BELGIAN SINKS GERMAN SHIP. linnbnat. ler Chase, xenrt Troop Rnat nmi In 1.". Minnie. HxvBr. Aug.' 3 The following report 01 ngniing on ..lis...".. e- ued by the Belgian War Office to-dax . "Lieut -Col. Moulaert telegraphs Mat while cruising off the Herman shores of Lake Tanganyika the Itelgian gunboat Netta, commanded by Lieut. Lenaerts, surprised on July : the Herman gun lwi.it C.raf von eJotten landing tresips "Netta Immediately engaged her ar.d she sank lii fifteen minutes after vainly trying to escape. The Netta then cat leieil. bx her fire, enemy tresip and liorters who had Just been landed. It Is not known wneiner me crew 01 ine C.raf von C.otzen were saved The Hel glans had no losses." Potatoes a Kmliler tunln. Lonpos. Aug. 3 - Vccordlng to a Iterlln ofllclal telegram received 111 Amelerdam. .,) n despatch from neuter's "rre .Kindent there, the c.erman Ke.nl Itegii latlnri Itnatd has abolished the prohlbl t on 011 -he ii"e of p tatoes a fodder Only one and one-half days left in this Sale of Saks Suits Reduced from $28, $25, $23, $20,-to $17 but ten minutes is all you need for a satisfactory selection q The assortments are thinned out, we ad mit Saks Suit Sales don't beg for buyers. But there is still a sufficient variety of clever models and smart fabrics to give a man a handsome run for his money, pro vided he comes in now. All this season's merchandise, up-to-the-minute of mascu line modes, fresh from our counters, and, in fact, still on the selfsame counters where our semi-annual season overtook their former prices. Come in now. A small charge for alterations. whs $c(tmmam Brodwv it 3-tth Street 'J 1Q PER MONTH ON PLEDGE 0 OF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF MEW YORK UAVIIiTTiV UKONX, " ' - Courtlandl Ave , 101 illthStrttt. reur'h Avenue, ror :5th Ftrest. . EMrhlge trt, cnr. Itlvlngtan St. u. BKIIKKI.VN, I . i . ..... a ..... ,. Siniih Ht.. cur I.H liigitnn St. seventh Ave., titt. Ilrh suit th Sl liraliam Avenua. tor Debsvolir St Liitngton Ave, ror t:Hh Strut. I'ltkiii Averiue, tor JloU.uw.x Art. Orand Ftraet. cor Clinton Strwt . . p;. r';s"r CHAUHHIi 77 ' East 7.d St., b.t. Ltilngtoi. 34 Avea. 1. LOANS ItllPAID WITHIN I m.l llou.ton at., cor. Eaa.v St. 2 TWO WHHKS FltO.M DATK JUTLAND SEA FIGHT TURNED WAR'S TIDE ; ..... , t. ti First Lord Hiilfour mi.vs Brit- Mi Victories Bcjran ter Battle. Af- 1 ......... 1 t.t il 'I'll' ll't'tMJ lii, III h.MT, ir 1 i" ', ; "I'linx- i.f Men nlltl MtlllitiollS I 11, v. Ml .111 11 ei . Across Channel Is Kver Inereasinir." in. nil von Holt7endorff contlinics. "were I throttled more than In Hie first ear by I.0.MM1S. Aug. 3 The naval bjtt'c off the era power of Cnghmd, and hlndereil Jutland markf.l the turning point of the In the Jullltlcd exercise of their rom . .. ,. . 1 .,..1 ... I ineice. vostal rights, &e , by threats nnd war. -ays A. .1. nauour run the Admiralty. 111 a statement surveying the work of the llri'.lsli navy in two; xeirs of hostilities Since that battle I he s.ijs, the Itrltlsh blockade has tight ened, exents on land have been In favor of the Allies and the tloxv of men and munitions from Kngland acro the Chan, nel is ex'er Increasing "The second anniversary of the Hritlpl. ilu lar.itlon of war." says the l'lrt Lorn, "nrovldes :i titling opiiortunit for a brief -urxey of ti.e present naval llua-, Hon. The cons eqiience. material lino moral, of the Jutland battle I'linnot be e iily overlooked. An allied diplomat!"' t Nll,i,,,, ,,JIir, ,eit,n(.-,t ,. h luxe 1 assured me that he coni.lere,l It the .,, ..ncamtieil nt Cnn VVhltniHii di 1 turning point of the war. that the tide. P-irfd io..l iy .. , , . , .,i . ),,!,, nor ene. Hnl lllf.lllt x. rotisist.ng of trim- which had long ceased to help our tie- am, ,,. . I mica, began from that moment to now , Sll(, , )f( fnr lOM) mrlnt. I stiongi) in our favor ,Th'' Ter Ci, made up of men from Alb.m.x -1111. muni 111 ic..s. ...... UMfU UlltCIl IlllS ll.lS.-.l "lll.l- .i.- since lie e.er- 11.1g.1l Hi t 1 11. man fleet xva drlxeu dam has -eeii new successes Tor tne .vines in one part or other of the field of opera tion. It would le an eiror, neiwever u siip..,-e that tint naval victory changed the situation, what it did was to ron Urtii 11. "Hefore the Jutland battle, as after the iierm.ni fleet was imprisoned. Tl.e l battU was an attempt to bn-als the bar and burt the confining g.i'e. It failed and with it failure the high eas fleet . , ' . i.i..n.i . a lluinarilan w.iiirs or tne Danube, i.o.e "The lermane r ' hev .?lo,I ihe the town of lilurgev,.. has cnu-d .. ctor. but in c.-enc.. the ad ml the 1 ....plni. , ,..,,orts ,e contrary, since rlie object of . 11ax.1l u ui.har,, ncw:l,,rI utile is to obta... conm...nd of he sea. , f , , ,,,,,,, :1,l I, certain -hat i.etm , ha :.. , ,tllll..iri.in, ., rllfieU lin ,;il-m obtained that comma ml. x I lie . . t j i ,.xrh.,n(.,, of llr,. . u. '.r.tain ha no: lnt ,t. Tests of ti l . . . i.-sertlon are eav to apply Ha fie , naiis fle.I gr.p of the Itnt sh l.loi kaile relax, o sin.- M.-.v If Has .1 not. on the mi- trarx t.ghtened ' "The Herman themselxes will admit the increasing dlttlculiy of itnportirig ..... .....Terlnlfc n.l rOOtr1UIIS and 0 e- rtiiig their m.inufat ur.-s . nence ine xiolerne ot their lnxecttve against ilt.-at llritaln " Mr Italfour argues that If thy had felt them-elve on the way P. maritime equalitx the Herman would tint haxe .i loiidlv advertised the I "eutschlatid in cident, ihe whole interest of which. In ilerrnan e.xe. was to proxe their ability b elude the barrier raed by the llritlsh fleet betwien them and the outer world lie .I.cl.xred that the flow of troeip from Lngland to the front hit" reached colossal proportion The First Lord refers to Cerman ex hortations to look at the map and see the extent of Herman successes, and adds That depends on what maps you take. Hveri the map of Kurope shows an ever shrinking battle line Hut look at the map of the world All of Her. many s colonle-e are gone except IVasl Afr.ia, which exrii as I write cemi slipping from her grasp Has the battle of Jutland opened tbe .mallet prospect of Ocrmany leg.ilning these colonies or gix.ng a m nienfs re spite to the hard pressed colonists In Herman Kat Africa"' Regarding Herman suhmarlne warfare) Mr Halfour exys "The advantage of submarine attack I on commerce is that they cannot he ton-1 ttolleil by uperor fleet poxver In tr-el Mm.' way as attack hy cruiser A d s-, mix. image Is that they cannot ne carried out o'i a large scale consistently with rhe luwa of war or the renulrements of hu mutiny. They make, therefore, n double 'appeal to Oerman militarism an appeal I to Its prudence and an appeal to Its bru tality. - oniienmlng the execution of C apt. , ryatt as a "Judicial murder." the Klrt Lord contends thnt It Is useless to do the Herman military authorities the In J""11" ui suppusing tnry were nnim-iieti b solicitude for the principles of inter- justice of supposing they were animated national law, WEUTRALS THROTTLED. Admiral von llollienilnriT Telia of "HrllUh .Naval Terrorism." llF.KI.IN. via Uindon. Aim. .1.- "The I nr hMM el.lo" l-f ' It increased 'llrllMi navaYte'r" ' tf.flu.tt ni.,1 tl.A l.,..n . .1.- w-i. ...... ...... I says Admiral von lloltgendotff, chief of ine .-.aval ueneiiii .starr. In a statement lsued to.ihi "The neutral I'nwers In 19li." Ad- xioleriic. The vl.iorv of the' Herman tn over the llru.nli '.Max 31 ai.il June I therefore wms won In the Interest of "" t""; neutrals and all tho,,. who ar- T I' nt mi tin- 1 1 ri 110111 ,. nit- !-.! j '.Merchaiitmeii owned by the Allle. during the two yr.irs vlol.-ited In the Krossest inanmr the tule of .nurnii tlon.il law no Its" than tlfiy-e ght turns ng.nnt our subinirlnes prjxed up to the hilt Thi enti l.e TWO REGIMENTS QUIT CAI1P. P tnrl for Unmet l II III tor ltin lr;irllrr. Hpi-l V V 1 .... 1 .. ,, otr ,.ts ftl ti. Hudson Vail rr..hP,, ll(.r,. ,,..,, ra U-,tmr 'afn,,,,,,,. , rp..M fr rlI1, III fill lira. hum tier, .lct.iohrnents leaving for Siitlirdaj. .Monday ,.nd Tuesdnx BULGARS ROUSE RUMANIANS. Mleimn in velie Dniinlie llnnil Knll.-il nml Inxii.ler lletire. I.nikjs. Aug. I. An attem-'t by II11I g.irlan "oldleie to sele an Island in rlie Huninnln llns Aastrlnn I'linl, ' Itiin.iN 11.1 london Aug. 3 -Ai.ur.l- .' e t.. ,1 sue lul despatch re.-e.ve.. here f om Hiida-wst It.irnania ha (much! M'.- ' ..Ml-. ... .... n. ni.-.i.a iiui..i.. i.i-rmarix The d.path lubis lii fn.-i ni.iv e riterpreied ae meai ig the Central Power are wi'twu' fur man t will Join the Kntetitc Allies Ilj - I ifi-r:-"vc- 1 - 1 Friend of All Civilization AMERICANS who have travelled the world l over sa'BUDWEISER is without an equal in any civilized land. Its popularity embraces the two hemispheres-wherever man goes for health, or pleasure, or business, BUDwEISER is there." Its sales exceed any other beer by millions of bottles, because its uruform Quality Purity, Mildness and exclusive Saazer Hop, Flavor are always and ever the same. ANHEUSER-BUSCH -ST. LOUIS, USA. Visitors to St. Louis arc iiSTIMSON FIGHTS IN HARKNESS BATTLE i , ., . .1, 4 1 roriiier Secretary of War Also Knlists for Ausriist Trnin inr ('amp I'l.ATTSlillid, Aug. 3. "The battle of! llnrlm... .n..i i.i.iin." u-:i foiiirht he. r ""'"',;nR tnrer of "", ram" "f '"Hilary Itistruttloti shortly before in rt. l.'ie.i. th.u ment the training cavalry and the ma chine gun company formed the Hed army and they were opposed by the l'ouith, sixth and Seventh training regl- inii'tr. The "lighting" oceuired after the.heen III the regiment for Ixveidv-one foices had marched oxer Arnold Hill, one . jears. and the Mime length of time In ti n ,f ,. , tugged of the foothills of th. . . Adlioiiilick'. the gieater part of which 11 coxeied xvlth sicond growth timber, Tile Klfth regiment formed the advance . , . k..,n.. , ..f the K.d 1.1 my and was technically cut to pleres by tin enemy. The Fourth had ecu or.lireil to execute a riglit ll.uiKiiiR ... ..... t .1... .,, !r th. tetrltot did n.,t reach th- scene of ,h.. -brittle" until the whistle sounded r.'l"! Ilg OlT the lighting lleiirv 1.. Stlmson. formerly Secretary of. Woi-. b.T.irne a., enthusiast In the iralnlng , amp movement after hi x-u.lt with Cie tro-.s .11 the field at lingers . -terdny He Ins attached himself to Hi.-sqiiiiilron 1 f training tiivalry nnd will .or.tlliue with It to Ihe close of the m.n.euvre. arid bar nlso enrolled for the August camp lie was on his horse with the cavalry 111 the thick of the fight to- The c.nip which the men are to-night or. upxlng I located on sand plains xvlth th- trie sand blowing into the tents ai.d f.'l.llil'.O lO till-- 1IPI..! I llieir 1.11: no ua 11 ng raci s .xtter ten,, na, In en pitched .-Hal the neinnd.iv meal serxed some of the men found two water holet on a m-arbx- farm, and were ulr.g them nor.,.b.lck atM . seventy-fourth cam,, xlieti dis.oxer.d hy the owner The , rUrro,iniW Try water. Tuo Th.rd and farmer made a vlgo-ous protest and Twenty-third also suffered, wert to the camp commander, saying Major Cornelius Vnnderhilt rode th. rue men ha 1 worn two paths through a afternoon to Join Mnjor-eleri OUyan. p.111 of hi- land In going to the- water Hrlg.-C.en. William S McNa.r. xvlth hob, and he believed that he should Squadron A. started tills morning for have 3n" damages He hasn t got It live day march throurh thn country to et. howexer. , the northwest. They will spend tne night Later ill the aft'-rneioi. another farmer 1 at Sterling's, ranch brought nut hi ilrle and b.g.in shooting! - at chicken, at the luck of a line of XI elicit 11 .Indues Xl.oie.1. letiis. ti e M-i-upant of which were con- . ... . . .tder.ibly -tartleil when they heard the. ! , Mr.xtm Crrr, Aug. 3 -Judges of the nig of the bullets .0 clo-e to them AiJ"ri.f , r"ur"' tlirouglioiit the V.xlcar. sergeant of the Coast Artlllei. who epuMie were named to-,l ,x Courts ,1. upoi 01 cation can use tinng lariguagi-, induced him to put up his gun. Ceil. Neiies Onlcrcil In Texas, Co Ch.ule It Nei rv, m l.tla nHlter of Major-Hen Wood, wa dlieitul yes- let-day In a ar Department order to re- I' irt f iM .with !' Major-'len I-'unston on (tie Isirder Lieut -Cnl Leon S Koud.ez I xvll succee. iol No es here courteously invited to inspect our Means Moderation On Sale Everywhere. Fimiliei ruppiird by Grocers and Retailer i Anheuser-Busch Agency, Distributors, New V ork A. Biisch Bc'lthng Co.. Distributors, Brooklyn THREE OFFICERS OF 71ST QUIT GUARD Decide to Itctiirn Home to Business Bather Tlimi Be Soldiers. HRAPgfAr.TKKH New Y.iiiK DlvislojJ, I McAl.LK.V. Tex.. Aug. S. Tlireo otlleer of SeeM-.ftrt K.mment vim had the choice of either b.-ln,; bi.ri. men , or geilrlierri reti?iie.1 llu.lr ...nun ..slm.H In. day. It Is bellevitl that this Is the be ginning of a series of such resignation In the guard units here. The three officer are 1-Y. it l.uut. 1 Harry Davidson of Company t!, who bus ""V' i?'?''';?.? ."'", V"?!'W2t priinni 1,11-UI I. IIH'II" llim-llll.il ,,f Company II. in business with his brother at 112 West Koity-seoonil street responllde fr th- construction of a factory building, nnd Second l.leilt. :lrr u ConWav of Compuiv K. cm- ployed by the American Clay I'rodutfs onipiiny, 111 cni.rge 01 inn sewer pipinjr division. This Waxes I'lrst Lieut K ed 'rr K- '-'V"'1 n' '!o ,llr:'r Compnnv h. others belr.K- nb-nt on leave. ' ' ' r '' ieil" ore "o 'l,e.?,,y nw;,ltln,K' ""J "rt um 1 ? ' 'h' V"''' 'l'1 ,b""," L.fnt "'. a'.., or tne roim mr June. 0..1.1 .-Mt ami Jlra . have been made out. but f. w "" "u1 Ul- "n" "y rt ,v;. , ,, . , . , Ll''it -Co . Henry S. .Mernberper. eh-ef quartermaster of the division, went;. rwnvlllo to-day to consult with tho '"'V1''1 'I'inrtermaster with regard to taking over the pay of the men. He probably will b- appointed pay oilier for '''y" ".' ln' m!nH-v coming to tho Vfooono ' cnimlleA nt nl... .nl... 1.-.. . .U . , . ,,h , , , - h ..,,., ,' ......... ,.1 .....1- .....e ii. lie- iniiM i.ris;.i..e Twelfth. Hrig.-elen William Wilson eon'. 1...'. hi. I...-. .I...111 v 1. 1 nn me I rui-HH u I -1 1 .. I wei.' "("'Iieil lo-o.l. The others will open ,.s s.ion as p.ilbl 1 .Xlcl nil Names i-ii X.IJiilant. flosTov. Aug 3 li ix JM'al t.. dv announo-d t..e appoi fnun flan' in W Pearson of Lowe 1 is rulj H r of the Stale n h.t.11 to 1 . J II ig -Hen Charles II Cole. xvh -e ien, atlon wag ae-cepted eterda plant covers 142 acres, 'Wi.;i.s