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THE WEATHEIMRECTV Clear to-day and to-morrow ; continued tin. IT SHINES FOK ALL warm; moderate northwest winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 85: lowest, 66. Detailed weather, mall and marine reports on pan 9. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 348. 44 NEW YORK, SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, 1916. CopyrioM. 11S. b Bun Printing and PubHMng A,ociation. 56 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. WILSON ORDERS 25,000 MORE TO THE BORDER Oli It . Kentucky and Ver mont Militia to Join Units Already on Ground. EMERGENCY HINTED; REASON WITHHELD Belief Tt Is Intended to Im press Cnrranzu Commis sioners. About to Meet. RKTAMATION LIKELY, DIPLOMATS BELIEVE Secretary Baker Publishes Letter Explaining "Why 3Ien Are Kept in Arms. Washington, Au-c. 12. President i'i i . o- tnn . 1 iw"n rurrr wuuy u,vvV mure , but. m,..t.a to the Mexican border. They comprise practically nil the units ...... i . i . inciuurn in tno original moninzHuon , ...... . , . order hut which were unable to leave because of lack of equipment or short- rn of mrn Thov will now so for- po cr men. iia win now go ror-. nard despite fho fact that some of the regiments are still 300 or 400 men th0TU The Wnr Department describes the movement merely as the carrying out I " . of the Mi st order to ILh logical conclu- ' .on. The piesence of the men Is not I . , , . . . . ' requiiod, tt .s. nfHertid, and there are no (nternatlimal compllcatioiw dlctat-I lug the .. . , Hciiuu. i lie lurmui uiiiiuuuvv-i - iupM hvh the order I solely to relieve o f tr.w,,,.. In mnhlllx.. a t.on ciinps only because they lack re unite. While lluw assurances come officially fiom the War Department, the new movement of troops naturally caused a rlr in diplomatic and particularly In Mexnan circles. It coincides with un-1 iiianrineii reports irooi 1-1 raso uiai - r.archy and trouble have made their ap- Z""Z .n..".h...V5-'in.. i..? ported to have confidentially advised Ills ominlssloners to devote their efforts I prlm.1 ly to getting the American troops , e-it nf .Mexico and to evade any serious iTiu-iiiri.iuiin ui iiib riiTiurm. i nieiiiiiiiis i.unuy in ..ic.uun in- ( """ "" .TWO DKOWH 1H VAralUUU BWfll. ....- .. i c'l b the Administration had no con-, f iiciton with this lattst movement. Iletnllntlon Possibility. iii general neiier in wasningion, "Vriu'i, l that the new movement has ' n timed for Its possible effect on Car ol;.! mil his peace commissioners, who nboiit to meet In this countri". The ii-.-li.ii. hin of this force 10 the border orce 10 the border i Is nothing for the iw there to do nat- . ranxa to do some ' itian ntiv mere V t iumi Stat,. trooiiM now ' "v w.U cau Carranra to do some I Mi here fear the First Chief m ' mul that with his usual stub bo i tie s he will seek to retaliate In :nl of being tntiinldaied Into yielding 1 . uniiig peace conference. Others to1 v that the hi rival of new troops Is result In fanning Into life again ant-. American feeling nnd that there i he ftiriher outbreaks on the border. Mt . ine fumillur with the Mexican sit- , feel thi.t this lattst move by the i ' 'ration will do more harm than ' T ile is in lhe form of telegraphic ' 1 'i 'ions sen to department com m' ''us and was embodied In a state i . b public at the War Depart- -i.. Hire Is the statement: . tt . . I 1.... ......... TV. el.t b .s l,.e .llrected til ncnd Ken. 1 IE IMIII1II1I1K 'jeill'lill MBlDlll , , . Y," ' j uinfiv. lu iidiiii un euim niiti lei tldtt Kh.lii to getting Vermont I . 'r;"l ider as Koon a possible. . anandlng tiener.il Central De-I t'r.,. ,t ,,k been directed to send Ohio , """h- to 4 lordcr. as soon after they are i . i as transiiortatlon can be oh- t 'I "A department commanders have IM ' 'I V fl 1,1 v IX) I ructed to send all other Na-. ' "l" "' ""I'V"! In their re-j-pectlve , 'IitNtM-;!!;.; i ncd. IIci'miIHiik at a standstill. 1 ie S' it,, tioops affected will number ' ut ..,,00(1, The delay In sending 'a- tm 11 due to lack of equip 111""! l I' is 1 i. kept from public .he w,r Department, and lack - It is now explained that re- f r as pi a (t icit I ly ciinio to a stand. au-enil t ... country The Presl-1 , '.l . announcements that the i!nf i n. .. ' r l'"" " " ..-.t 1.. ...I. ..I a - it i. MM in ii . SMI ,. IiOK t'- M.t. i 'lav ,, A"I Mr..., lit,,. . inning ,., me nuo, u is r Z Z . i i ,r ' thin own state,. ,iHi illscour- no ui.iinienancf) of tno Slate, r i t ntr Tho War Department Hint leciults can b oh- .. . . . .... ! '"" inn saoiy oe- n' n's ,,r thai the otd'r of to- f'-dfUlle a spark of enlhlisl- , 1 I V Sl'l' t'I'll'l' HAWil lu rioltlce (er Is being parents and i he bolder -1 N'ltf'IH frirtu ..v e' "XZ Z, .' I '' 'I" iN have romn in such num- Ut t f I,,. Ml.d;tv ItiinlA lillbll.. ii !... " ' " 1 i if m i or, . 'If to an inquirer, which fits me. The letter In na fol- "i' ng to )i,ur letter of duly t, n "i .-iiiigest that In the absence if n . lu,i, nit ) tl'.ii. Una , Hrv who di f war tho Wnr Department He null nu order lis would per 'Corn lo their civilian occupa mi'ubcrs of the organised ml Vitlonal (luard now In the ' 'lie floviriimcnt on the border re lo return lo their business I heir leiivn to snv thai thn in. larut 'inbllhi' of tho mllltla upon the Meal t"1 t'Tkr, iiurstiant to an order of the h. C'liiftsucd on Fourfa Page. THE SUN TO-DAY CONSISTS OP SIX SECTIONS AS FOLLOWS: pm FIRST General Newi. Auto mobile! 12 SECOND -Sportini. Kenneli . . 8 THIRD -New. of the Rttorti. Drama. Faahioni. Real Ettate. School. Ctrdeni 10 FOURTH -Pictorial Map-in . . 8 "FIFTH Special Feature Section . 10 SIX TH -Editorial, Foreign. Book., Queries, Financial, Prob lem!, Chtti .... 8 Total 56 Realm tt nociJultri uh Jo ntt tt ctri all tf (fen Mclhm will ronir a fern or"ThtSim"iy neUfylnf At Pub Utetlen Dtpartmtnt at one by the phone (2299 Betbnen) ani mhttnt mllatu ttltl h promptly JtnurM I) poulUt. BOY STARTS PANIC ON CROWDED LINER Opens Cock That Starts u Geyser as Vessel Zigzags in Submarine Zone. A panic In the crowded steerage of the Italian liner Duca d'Aosta. which arrived yesterday from Uenoa. Naples ana I'AIrrnn vsa atnfUit fill.. t ..hit. . -v" """" Jr.VrVuilSSn: ?nf SI of the Mediterranean. An Inquisitive fimflll hAV Illpn.J n ...I..,. ...... ...; u n geyser of water to shoot up nto the nr Tn .te.raite passengers, of whom there were 1.S79 on board, had been mAiit nervous by the report of rub- lnarlnC(1 an,, .,1(,n ,h(1 , h t some one shouted "torpedo." and there j-' general rush for the Iwats and life preservers. The ruh was checked ir efltora and deck stewards, but It was more than an hour before the excite-, me"' "b,r!,I'h. vletorv of th. nw- of' rews or tne victory or me uuKe or Aosta at the head of Italian troops In capture of Oorlila was received by , wireless aboard the vessel named In hts )10nor. The celebration that marked the receipt of the news was participated In ny every one on ioaro. to me lai nrsi aral 1 1 1 Atnm1 1 m mm nn UMmn irri fo fit j . c .A.nn,t Francfsco SohlafTlno n-ave a dinner, nna . i. .u similar ceieorauon was nem ueo.w decks. Uiter all the passengers who ,.,.,l'-,.-.l lt It,, m.ln nlnn h.ro shouted his orafse , According to siiiney itoiuscniiu, uai-, ....I,.. n h. hrv.n arm ' , ,.J.j.n m, i, p who for several of j",.'!,',r. ?i" . A Duca d'Aosta the United , hn. f,r..ti.. abroad becatie of what he regarded as a vacillating '"'l"'... ,1 Vat America failed to do It' d" .'. in connect! on with th e violation of J." .'"mv of ,fUUm and In other ".." """i lhe war Tini Urandilaaahtrrs of Man Craft Are Hesc-eU. i- Clinton. Conn., Aug. 12. William C. filmmnn-i nf r-ntsklll. N. V.. and Frederick C Seward of IKston were drowned here dealers some interesting matter is ucihk naval authorities in the hope of pn vent-to-day when their row-boat was over- ' dug up by the committee. nR an Infant. le parn!b1s si-are at New turned by a heavy sea, Mr. Klmmons's 1 port. two young granddaughters, who were In , Hellef lor Farmer. In MaM. Tne Atlantic fleet has been ,i-embled the boat with them, were saved by boat- That ttiere K ,,.ief u sight for tlw outsble the Newport harbor for Mini- mml mml. Hlmmons's ldy was recovered, bllt ,hat of geward has not been found. Simmons was about 60 years old and Keward 46. Pa 4K. I The party hod started for Cedar Isl-1 and, off the harbor, despite warninga ot men who had said that tne wind was tirlsK ann tne sea nisn. a e nu tno boat, throwing all into the water, tne two , men going down at once, ine nine gins j fi.mi.d .hnut lonir enough to be nicked Up, Seward, wno was a son-in-iaw or sum mons, arrived last night with his wife from Itoston for a visit with Frederlfk E. Hurd, father of the two girls. NEW'U. S. RAINFALL RECORD. he. Pell n, Mt N. 2'J.U-J Inches -..... f . rainrau recora tor tne united mates .... nn nn i..nu ... nil' nurinir itit i weni viuur nuura ,p"M ,nll. t . Ii.n-I . ..wv..... - .. ., --. ... - PJT ; "f the Weather J0"'"' "l0" "c to-day vvlien he ,f h?.nn"l"C'U ,,L !",h.! completed his report on last month's flood. Alexandria, i- nr.vimi.lv t.,1 th.' . .,...' o. .' i...v, it i country no i. see. ..... ..... vl '". ... .vV. ....r ii. i. ri r,"1 t' AHn ,.., eit'ven pons V,l. an' ft reported to have lost their lives TEXAS WINS BATTLE TROPHY. K.nKlnrerliir Prise flur to the Ilreadnnuaht lllchlaran. , v.,.,,,, a i!Atlnntln fleet ....""l', n ?rot,'hlcs for XP "ffldency during the last ve.rVate dealers Jo squeeze the farmer and L" '?2 t,? ,he crew of thS o.e,a Ive ltW..ml ev-entually "m"-",.. hiin .nplnrli, ,at,'"h'p ex'1"; J'''e 7'T-t. . trophy went to the crew of the battle- Pllll' .MV.iiiRiAHi The presentations were made to tho i lie Admiral Henry T. Mavo in the - - - , ,h .,.., .., , presence of all the olllcers of the fleet i .. .jmi.t vvniinm u nn.,. ,.hif '5ur ""- " " ' ":""".'"".."-V'.r"." " " rei'i ri.ii. . I , ... nwnni ,..,iu.in. ... LJ....n.n .... Il.n.lnl. .,t,.,i,. n..i .ni l.,vn i,... .. ,. " .V' .. 'i..V....i ....?: ,.V' o- hn slimmer The bal ii I maniruvre or tno summer." Tne nattie- shin nest. wt:h two destroyers, w 111 con- - - - , - "f " J n "1 Vtack im the sou J '.JW. id "ms't. whlrt ' wll bo . 7V th(. rP1,erv, fleet with other "f'n"" rrnrvo fleet with other ilrutrftvArt am MUtimiirinPH. I. Ike Wilson, lie l)u III. (irate, I.TNN, Mass., Aug. 12. The sexton of a cemetery was shocked lo-day when e foumi K man biiHlly digging a gravo ... ,, .,.. .,ii i, )u , ... VlllllWUl t.ll " , Itlin.-..,,.. .. tr- nu- self," lhe stranger explained. "I am like President Wilson, 1 believe In pre paredness." The sexton went lo gel a policeman and the stranger fled Threaah Weeping far Men lee New Vnrk and A.hetlllr vis Houtliorn Hallway, luuvo N.w York. P. II. II. dslly 11:01 A. M.. srrlva at Ashivllle following morning st 1 1 1 1 & A. u, connections at lletid.rson vllle fer I.ske Toxawar. N. Y. office, IK Fifth Art. Aiv. INQUIRY PROTECTS MILK CONSUMERS Head of Legislative Commit tee Sn.vs They Shouldn't, Pay Hlpher Price. FA n St ERR LOSING MONEY Senator Wicks Tells of Find ings in IB Counties Dealers to Testify. At. bant, Auk. 12, Much Interesting Information has hern developed In thu Investigation of the milk Munition by the Wick Investigating committee of the State Senate which has heard evidence In sixteen counties. When every county has been tapped for Information rcgard lns the troubled of the farmer and the middleman n complete report on the sit uatlon regarding the threat of n raise In price by the milk dealers will be made. While there hni been much Raid In favor of the farmer, who Is protesting berauic ho can make no money out of nma U.n.(n, isv,-..!.. ll,b. I. an' far of the opinion that there In nothing In the present controvemy which make It advlaabte to place the Increase on the 1 shoulders of the New York city con- sumer. The "' "" " it)g prao ,ifally ,h Bam ory ,rom xUo of ,ho V1-rl"U!, "Mi" a u "e mat rtf niiu at 1 1 1 .it- -in.. ril - ti, .m -lrt.t.n.lt. u..-, a..-. u to state his side of the case. So far the committee has found that . . . .. .1 rarmer after rnrmer hns taKen the stand , , ... , ., ... ,m" rtffures which are Indisputable, showing that they were not making any profit nut of their Investments, and In ,,,...,,.. . hni, he. ..,. 1'un,-", of c hu1 becn ,os'n(t monf for years. It Is the opinion of the committee that the truth must be reached In an effort to find out who Is obtaining an rff.,r UaTtv. ?Vh,e Prom,,fr,J" lhe business, which Is one of the greatest 0f the State, StMtemrut tiy Senator Wicks. , . . .. . tYl"ln'l.'V""n force an advance of a cent or more a . wwn, WVMt,v- laid ! - - " '" '" . . ... .. ... t fact. linyttlielC about the State, taking m:aVnU,i;e& to the consumer Is taking entirely un-J -.; ..'" , , : not be fairly and sal Isfactorlly explained on existing contracts with the producers, "Any m.rh nttenu.t made at this time will be roiinwrn iy aji promiii an in- vestUatlon as the committee can make of a particular offen. er. As W W butlon of milk profits In. order tn give tho apparently needed advance to th- producer cannot be foretold until the committee looks Into the transporta- tlon mid dlstrliiuiing prooienis. i T1 r0mmlttee in worKing county to county units wi w grievance nKainri me i..... .,,,.h ii Hi., llordeus ami the Miefilela , Farms, Slawson-Decker concern that i being that they do not pay a price the dalrmen consider sunicieni in view m present conditions, nt tne smaller ,,alrymen of till- State seems reason- aW certa following a statement from ''J UoUm company that the fanners 'would satisfied with the contract nrlces for the next six months. The , wicks committee does not believe a , millt Ptn(p will be necessary to bring , ai,oiit higher prices to tn. producer. There Is one thing certain, however. am tnat that the farmr wno owns' it., cnu-u frli'lnir not better than fi.OOO pounds of milk a year are victims of ' - . I their own held. The ".,000 pound a year Pollreman Sends Man Awny Then cow should be eliminated from the bird, (Inner Comes, and the quicker the better for the' 1 farmer's pocketbook. Such a cow. in a When Tranie Policeman Henry I'lark commonplace phrase, "eats Its head olf." of Newark went on duty cstrrilay he, Speaking of efforts being made In saw an automobile (.taiMIng at th- In v.irloos narts of the Htnte toward coop. tersection of Market and llaley streets eratlve milk stations among farmei s, I some of which appear to 1- working HK coininittee on. iiu) r . ma.uui ni.miif fin. nr wnicn runiriiiri. in nmn.' nrm n-. r- -. - a-anlaatlnn of cooperative companies. In - .w.. v.... ..iun.i ni cases they have raised capital among the dairymen, with which the sta- in. are built and emilm-ed. In many Hons aro built and equipped. In many communities we have found these plants working most satisfactorily to nu par- ile. mncrrned. with somewhat higher - - - neighborhoods where milk Is delivered to privately owned an.l operated sta- tions, "War" on Cooperative Plant. There have been two or three In- I stances brought to tne auemion or me 'committee which show clever work on the part of some one to gi t rid of these cooperative stations, circumstances that l,ut "im out ot nii-iiir-s, leaving me dairyman no alternative than again to m,rj.(.t , mk ,,, u, prlvat0 r,. llw. Iif.tviliilliiiluru (lT x.-lili-li l rn 1 11 : ..r ..' . . .i ,V"" r ' m .i'w i..i. This little deal Is often accomplished bv the qulel picking un of shares of stock held by the dulrvnien until It Is dlscov- . ...... .... .....l.l.. . ered lliai llie ouicei.-i i iiiiniiin ,1 in,. Jorltv Some InstauctH have conic to the attention of the committee where the deal . . ... . , ...ii,,,. n, .,ri,. ,va" bioui,ht bout i laisini, tne prtie n "'"' '"" vWy "f the shipping "tntlon to a tlgure which the ,ooe,atlvo company could not met. i onllniilim lor a nhort time at the higher figure until It irsulted In the disorganization or tho co-, operative factory, when the stock passed, to some one else, after which the prices , easily slipped hack to their old level, and r,.nm th,.M on thero was left hut the ono uiitrkrtliig depot, cotiliolled by lhe so. called trust, Un let mil Votive l'niiiirltloii, "The oonjuilttee lias so far found no actual active competition in the purchase of milk existing among the outside deal ers nl shipping points. It seems to be very well understood, however, from evi dence before the committee, that one buyer shall not alter prices or methods Continued on BUcth Page. MRS. PRANK C. PACK, daughter-in-law of Walter Hlnes Page, American Ambassador to Great Britain, died yesterday In South Garden City, L. I., n victim of infuntile paralysis. Mrs. Pae was 25 years old, n bride of two months und the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Softon of Auburn. ' x lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ' ,v.M i w .t i .- NAVY QUARANTINES 1500 AT NEWPORT! Two Recruits nt Training i School Stricken With Tn fantile Paralysis. Nkwpopt, Auk. II -The United States . . i navai aumornies an nenuing xneir ener- . ,,, ,.., .r...,H nf InMnfll. - - H.ea naval I Anurlcan Ambasad' training s. hool. where two case hnxe.,,,,.,, ,, .lftcrnoon """"i' r...,,,i i. i. .i..i,....i .i ., , .' ..... tl' 0 or more retr,ilt- stationed on .i.ii-iri .j-i.uei r i.o uTtieu " 1 hor ieiiVe privileges. Roth cases have I Wpn ,HC, rt ,0 -SV. Vork olty ,)0 ,,,. ment place of the afflicted marines, With Newport thronged with summer vl(1,ori, ;ij ith , nnln ,01mg re- crltH rtattoned at the school the naval authorities Mew the situation Ith grave concern. Thl f. ar n.is been aggravated , ,,y the fact that until they showed swnp- toms or tne iue;ihe ooin recruits were ..,., ,ui,,n,...i t.. ,.,. i .h..ir .h,. inv I)(.r, ln .sw,,rt t the usual haunts ()f thu yOU,,K WHors. Trio oulli'eak nf the disease nmon; tiK, rorrult" has hi en kept secret by tho time, engaging at Intel vnl. In the cus-, tomary mano.uvrcs, The schedule calls , for dtopplng anchor to-tnoriow at Nar- ragan.-ett, but In view of developments . me pi.iu nia. i.e niiered. nmmunica. i oeii e ,,.,,,. "no me nuu - .u me .-n..i ui .""i'i - I ORDERED TO STEAL A CAR. In violation of the traltlc nxfiilatlons, V, Z" tSH ;,.:SxH ni'mnii .... ..... ... . .e-.rk. i"'l "rst words w ere : , "Where-, my car'" The poll ' H ,'"'" to ev.ta In. , mllh. 10. of South l o.irle "Where s mv car' I lie no ceman then i.ater leorge i 'oiirteentli slieel, Newark, was found with n companion In South Orange driving the automobile pursuant to Instructions, FAMED OLD STEAMER HERE. Thetis, llnttercil hy Arctic Service. 4 Now In Port. 'II,.. Ilrltlsh steamer Thetis, a balleie.l i veteran of the seas, fi I r.A' II... co'iul nt t.iilir.iiln ormetl' a sealer lor and sen' on the tlon to Die Far . (ire,.ly relief expeilltlon to the Far NItn. ,! later bought by the mitsd (loveinment for tho co.i 1w , , Sl,r,h ,..,r,Pi , noft ,tl,av fio.n San Fr, nrrivn'1 In port ntiriU fi4tn Sun KriiulKro on Iter way to hr ld huutlnpr KinuridH Aft'f m.iiy .voir nr Hrvltai- In hi Il.ii id. t ih.t sit II I ill nlil Thotlu tr. I . ... ',"tly wns so d in a gov ernineni anct on ! sale at Sin Francisco to .Nova Scotl.in , ' ', .,,,,.. ., lVlntrv storm ,. . a it iiittii-ii itr ftiifii.nt otii unt near the arctic, siie Is Mill a sciiworlhy 11.111. IMPORTANT NOTICE! necauso of thu jrrnve Khortuge of paper in this country, copies of The Sun, morning and Sunday, and of Tho Evening Sun, are now non-returnable from newsdealers, along with the Timex, the World, 'the American and tho Tribune To make sure of getting your copy of The Sun, every morning, every evening and every Sunday, do not fail to leave a standing order with your newsdealer. l.j.jLi.tA.t.V I MRS. F.C.PAGE DIES PARALYSIS VICTIM I)lUlrhter-in-laW Of AlUbuSSa-!ln dor tO Britain III Onlv TWO J)aVS. fSAlioKS Citt. I.. I,. Aur 12. -Mrs. - 1 rnk Copeland Tag-, who was mar- . 1 . -Mit a .a. ago to the son of the udor to Clreat Hrltaln. . . . . . - ' : Infantile paralysis. She had been 111 ' only two days. Walter Hlnes Page, the Ambassador, and hi' wife had Just ar- . rlt ed from Kngland for the diplomat's1 , ...,- .u,u ,, i...., ' ' . . " :". in.,aw M Pace was the daughter of t)r , , ' " , , Sl" V ' rederlcK f-efton of Auburn, N, . She "nu -ir. i-age were married June 3 nt her parents" home imd relurne.1 from tlieir honeymoon trip a month ago. T'u.y went to lite at 11"" Fourth street, South Card, n City, until their own residence should be completed. Thi. h.ni..' was ..:,; 1., Lr,; ipient shoiping trips chase together the were to go Into the new In the nild't of these Pag.' romnl. lined of .... . ... .. .. .... .. ...... . llm,n.,ned Soon she found It dltllcult to ,lem, ,,r ,fk fulw,,i pralsn of the r,,.prator organs -et in Hxperts on ,,r...m-. elltls were called, who confirmed it .innn ii. nerricK oi nempsiiaii was , .n;,,.,,,,,!,, an,l eteiuhlng to i-clence, but Mis. Page sank until the hour of her death. Wheie the rtise,ie wn contm must ninalii a mstery. The j ! say they are unable to advance as to that Amb.is ador Pace returned from Eng land on the Philadelphia yeslehtay and told ship news reK)iters his sole object) , , " ' ' " J" , ,' He nnd Mm. Paire were met her., will, tlic news ,V" ... . .. " .. .u.... ne-s, and from the Harden City Hotel kept lii clii.e touch with their son' rel "' '""f "-rvU-e. deni e bv telephone. , . , ..... ... i i nc iirti nr i iriiiinmpif iciaA p. . i r ,-.''" ,,',"' '.,L "' 1 BEETLE BITES; MOTOR UPSETS. Julian lllri, Detrcllve, I'.cnpe. llentli In ,lrrr) MUhHi. Khaiinv, N .1,, Aug 12. -As Julian hour day. ostro of lluthciford, head of the o.stro "We have been striving for thirty Detective Agency. IHH llroadway, New years nnd have gone through strike, nr- Yotk city, was driving his touring car bltrntlon and persuasion to gain what we on the llcllevlllo Turplkc, near lhe Ar- have now," said on. lender. "The roads llngtan Cemetery to-night, a beetle want us to sacrifice at one stroke all alighted on his forehead. .that has cost us years of fighting and ostro tried to brush It off und It hit much more persminl sacrifice, They ask him on the hick of his hand, Ile lost i ui to surrender It all so we can get control of his cur. the machine shot on the eight hour day All that It mentis tho mad, knocked down twenty feet oflto them Is that they take the money out six Inch concrete railing and upset In of one pocket and put It In another' the meadows fifteen feet below the turn 1 pike. Ostro escaped with slight cuts and ,..,.i.-.v., ...ii mi- nu wns wrccurn The iiccident occurrd a short distance iroiii nt sie.i ivncre i.oihh ,c,cci, a .now ..i n i,i,.o. iri, ine, ,,, a similar .... i.iit i, i.nn iihii, , until I.OUIH (.Hinileil, mi Italian, who was with "''.";'" '"7 "Junes In the Memorial Hospital, Keatny RAIL STRIKE ISSUE DOWN TO 2 POINTS Slen Won't Yieltl on Eijrht Hour )ny and Time and a Half for Overtime. THREE HOPES FOR PEACE Wilson, R. R. Heads and liusi ness Interests Slay Avert Walkout. I.'nlf-se the railroad brotherhoods, rep resentatives of 400,000 men, receive as surances this morning through the Fed eral Hoard of Mediation and Arbitra tion that the companies In their pro posal for arbitration will conflnp such proceedings to two Items the eight hour day and time and a half fur overtime demand nil negotiations with the rail roads and mediators will come to an end. Nothing except the Intervention of t'resldent Wilson and possibly not even thle will stave off the country wide Htrlke the worker h.ive been threatening for month". t'rvssure for pearn uas exerted from many directions yesterday while the two factions remained nt loggerheads. It l certain now that before the word to uult work Is Hashed to the men on S.tS dlf - ferent railroad systems tlueo lenients j will operate for nil understanding b- , i tween the factions, rretldrnt Wllsnn Hi. stnt word to his mediators yesterday that under no I clrcumstnnre"i were the men to reach break with the rallrnaiN until he has ued hli personal eflorts to ndjut their differences. Union men last night said mey roiiHuierea ine iTi'smemini iuiui tlon a coinmatid and would obey his rail to Washington, but, they Intimated thy would not permit him to swerxe them from the pledge they hail made to the members of the brotherhoods Th" rail road managers also promised to obey any Invitation from the President. They . would not Indicate how far they would permit him to dlctato their course. Heads of Kutern Itiinds Heads of moat of the lines affected remained with- call of New York throughout the day resterdav. The railroad presidents who had not come to town had their special cars ready for a trip to Manhattan. It Is apparent they will take personal XCX t in? ii. .1.... gi,,,. r.ini,r,..if .,r .. M' n', Hl'"-e the outbreak of i na n'fir inn pii ntPi' niu nonti tmrntTii wUh fr.Bll, a!) llever before In railroad ..ilt history. Most of the shippers aro repre- sented In the directorates of the main roau. ioeir voice mny uecnnifl inn roao. iiieir voice mny uecomn mo dominant ono If the situation threatens to delay their deliveries. Sfeiltatlun OfTcr. nrjrcted. At nigiiii tn, wnen tne meniators, worn ut by their all day conferences, were '"... I" "I - bf?r" t(m mornnK, ,,, waH th .,ua,on: -Mediation had becn rejected, The Federal conclllatora became convinced at , the meeting of the 6 fly brotherhood rep - resentatites in n rosier nan tnat tneir efforts to nrmg nnout 11 settlement ny tne I'arties nirectiy concernen were rmiie. , ' Therefore they fell back upon their ulti- mate function, that of striving to gain, ';'1lt . , , , ' u.Ktac,. (..... .1... ..,..... nf n1.l,.nl,1 - ....-n- H"ii any Issues exterior to the one that forms the present ground of difference. the elidit hour day and time nnd a half for ovet time. nallroads Kqnally Firm. r..r tli' r.illroflds, it announcoil, wuu, 1101 tnemseives to tne i . . - .n,.,a k.. th """"'."'"i" " . ju-ttcr- and Pnanclal loss was being im- i iim-ii, 1 in j (l'-ni uiiu n " 'vmnir in nosed unon them by cuinpelllng submis ? "rfX "brotherhood, rhr"new0fgaln!lr wl,"'dsC sion tn an cluht hour day They wanted tn waive ictorles for, series of is given to the mediators as their basis for nrbl- iratlnn. Hrntlierhood reneseiitallves were un- yielding last night, nnd promised to pie- sent the same unbroken front If the medi. ators cannot bring the managers to a confinement of the issue, as tney viewed the situation, tho roads would oiitatn from them In labor. In hours nivd other- wise concessions that would bring i financial advantages in excess of the lass .entailed by compliance with the eight I Statement by A. n. fiiirretson. i A, . ( la rrctsnii, head of th. con- j ductnrs' brotlteihood, who Is the train. ' mPn's spokesman, had this ta nn "ivisona'ly. I see no Indication of a . nl.nnen nf t.intier nil the nart Of tlm men j jn their attitude townrd nrhitr.itloii v on h,j hdtcr aildiis It nas peen proposed to them. The railroads must mnkn some definite proposition, which they have not done. It should he understood that the President has no mote power In this than to the clt, t.. Pin- against any nrbltrntlon, g.udglngly , . r. ", '' Z'? " !w nw" hn" -"'ti'l'd .. furnishings which promised io consider tnis solution at one ... . . j. , i i...,r..." .. piotect Kosloff, took that .llii-o ., Nation, Mrs, S CStR JEtK i !b P T?" '" ii i.tirht Mlnjs and would not permit tlio lalKoailt to insert ' t,... "' r. . . - "" iM-ur.- nun- iiur inuit- uio i;ivr .strip.i Known .xny astempi oi toe roan- io oroaoen ,. K,,sv , . ; ,,. "." nuiiB lie.nivr lighting to Fh Id Mull , steadily tne scope or uniiiraiion any suggesuon f , , .,, " ,T.,, ... " "I,r von lliudenbiirg. who cotn n.iti.N t .. tnat tne trainmen waive past conces- .. " amis ,nstto- ierinan line from lfnv..l i . I mtmcted Mons or gains, any effort to saddle train- ' 1 . . l"Lu" ,"( su""t'-" '"" Th.- .,c. n" " , 'rogrelT ." , , ,' ' II" A. n, n.en with dulle not Included In their rcpoit does ut say )low many of h.tl.e.l totiinoiai IK at lcVs 1 i. , 'rtht'ry P.esen, field, would be the signal for the, Ccl , Ilv . "'!' V-'uih' of'' Vo'nli, ' ,n !" , break, they announced. ,.".,:'"M,.nt.t' a '"version v. l piobably mean a new ntta k .,n h you have. If he calls us to Washington I ' "" " I" " '" " we will go because we consider his In-1 J!'.r,'''", ,w lU1. . Jn'l,u'" '''"'id D. vitatlon tantamount to a command." YV inte nt White Pace Inn to-day Asro "What will you say If the President d:,,c ''""the I.ouls D. llriiid, Is will mu asks vou to arbitrate?" The answer we will make lo him de- nends on what he has to say to us." re- tilled Mr. Hatretson. He added. "N'o pioposltlou from the railroads wns sub mltted to us this morning. The Media tlon Hoard expressed the deslro that we should submit the question to arbitra tion. They were awaro thai a definite answer could not ami would not lie given at that time, We stated to them our at tltudo toward tno ariiltratlon proposed b Ihein was exactly the name as our attllude toward arbitration lu the flist Instance, nameiy: mat ine I'onfcrence Committee of Managers had requested the services of the Commissioners of Continued on Sights Paya. DEUTSCHLAND IS SUNK, FRENCHMAN REPORTS But Warship's Commander Flatly Denies Tale Told by Orderly Ashore. I'KNSACot.a, Fla., Aug. 12. Th Her man merchant submarine Deutschland was sunk by a Itrltlth patrot boat on the morning of August 8, according to a statement made here by an orderly of Cnpt. I.es Klvlt, commanding the I''ren"h 1 armored cruiser Admiral Auhe, which . . put Into port to-day. I . mr Th orderly's story was that the LSI A I'OKTIFIRD French cruiser received a wireless mrs-1 i.rr t - fi- sage from n British patrol boat In the1 ILLAfihS TAlvJ'jN Atlantic on Tuesday last saylnu sin- had sunk the I'eutachlaud that morning. Capt. I.es Klvlt Informed the Collector of the, Tort that he had romn solely to get some Important documents from the French comul here olid that lie. would ko to sea again lo-moriuw inoinlng. Capt. J Klvlt flatly denied th te port inado by the urdetly. IIAI.TI.MOIIK, Aug. 12. All ibesturfi brought by th submarine D-Mitschlnnd, with the exception of SOU ensex, repre senting 10 per cent, of the cargo, which arc retained by the appraisers for exam Iniitlon, liiVo been shipped to New Yorl.. Hhumacher Co., to wh m the des were consigned, hnve paid th duties based on the values i-et forth in the In voice, approximately $350,000. based on the market value of the dyes In fler manv ;it the time of the shltiment. According to the prices tlxpil liy the aR,.ntH th,- sale will ntt crr.I million dollar profit. A fair estimate f the r..iii m would bo JT.OOO.nun, . Inducting tin- rust of tiuiiiporutlon. risk. As... and snn-ty, the ntt pro!lt on thu Investment would not In- l"ss than i $.",0rt0.00. FRENCH PIERCE 3D LINE OF GERMANS! , , T.,, . I winter iinsltlons before Tarnopcd nnd dvan.'c on V our Mile ri-oiit.lU(.MCJS atl(1 10 elltlt(, ilnp lt( th OtTUpy .MaUI'CptIS, Take iWver Stllpa. Here they captured six 1.000 Prisoner. l, ' ,1,IH; A'"- If r.nc. ' iro?p.l i'lfrnnf ,.,i t,.r.. .i... - ' "'."lu "7"1 '" '"'"' ' evening on a front of three and cr , 1 " JU,'l"r'- The i-nticii tureen tncr way , vllap f Mnutipas ' ... i . .. . " Z " . 'l," ::"' ""tV"". it tuniiru llUIiy 1 1 1,1 (.11 lUm ihlr... ...nr.i.inn i (, tln. th. ir,nt Imi.nrtnnt thut have been made on the western front In i two wee ts or more, were mad. I.v n Mini. ,,inn .ttneU v..i n.. u... ,i,,i,t,. consolidated and held against counter ;hiUCih1ViAn ","..lJ."Tl?".treJ.Ch'!: .'"I taimireu nrea is neatly tnreo sipiare miles chopped out nf the (iernnn lines. 1 '?,. Z"Xl?1 wl,tfr" . tu ItUer Soinuie and nortlnti.st of the re. gion about I 'eroiine, in which preMoiH Kiench attacks have been m succeful. 1 The general direction of the gains in 1 nonneast. 1 ney place the French nea re -omutei. House tu lluiii.e I'luhtlni;. .rlle P,lntu.p , ,ho vin , of J( pas was a particularly ,,'otaMe featuie '" .j. . j-n mUeh VJ un iirnrt tn ,ale wl))1(, vlii-Kl. ' ? Lo,, ,?i n,, , !i , o .' , " , u,sk( ,.J , ', ;,;,,.,,, V ,i . t ; ' " U. 'X ' ? '.' 'fT"'t l"'l-eilze . Tl eVu lni osV n h o, i i. The Herman ai- insi iimiii 10 relievo the prossurn caused o tne sudden Kiench thrust. Thev 1 i'ittnillOlirfsl .1 llH.TVM.- iiftlM.ir,. .......,...! for itss.uiit ... tin. ituJ. m.' . ,,ast of Ypre.s, far to the nor h l'i., i.ir in ine norm, I'helr. infantry attack found th Ilrltlsh wait- ' ,,,.,1 '.ermans wei.. ,e. i.. ...... , . . ' - ii..u. k . .. it " l.arller In the day the Hermans had aeilveied heavy attacks in the Siiniiti,, region. The French nrtlllerv barrage lire, However, siopjie I ns,tu:tx against their positions Iioild and south of the river ine i.irm.tn, also attaiked ti iinusii near Porlores and were rcntils.il. The Herman otllcial statement, tele- graphed from llcilln to London, Fays mat i- rencn and Hiitlsh atta. ks on both sides or the Somme were repulsed. Tho, Oermans siy nothing of the French, i.-alna around Maurepas. The French last u.Kht oiganlzed new positions In the front north ,4 the Somme, Iteconuoltrliig parties pene. ' trated the wood cast ot Hem station' and found the bodies of mnnv Hermans. 1 A Hctman attack on I,a Maisonnette I . near Pennine, the Fiench objective, was I caught by the accurate French tire cur- I tain, and the Herman waves were forced back to their tnnclics with heavy Iocs , in the FIcury region two night attacks; were repulsed. tin the Verdun front fighting contln-I ued niound the Thlauinout Woik, where ' llerlln claims French attacks n ere re. I .pulsed. Tho French repulsed two Hct man attacks near Fletiry. The artillery was active near Vaux, Chapltre and I'henols. Tin A -.TTVlSTpt wwrmuT mm . hhk I UlxJUrkx,i,i IO AttiXiri .III. flee, "election for Vlexlc nn rhltrr Opposed hy ni(.rlnr. I.aki: Pi ahp, N Y, Aug. c if is "ri" oiiuumiu o, i jcsaient vvu I WJ" ."' r nl " ?. 1 '"""uhsioii to ndjiist I ".'. n " ln" country and Mexico. The acceptance of .lutlce Hrandels Is conditional on the consent of Chief Justice White, vvhri'ls understood to have withheld hW npprnvnl, ' ('mint- Overturns, Ttvii llrotvii. Hl!ls'Al.o, Aug. 12. -Word was receive tool, n of the drowning- in i.iii.,, v.-,, iwcnt.v-llvn mile., from here, 1 tsi ni-'ln ot Do'iolhy Klefer and Fi.mk Psll.iu .,(' itufTalo. A party of four was In a canoe two miles from shore vv lien it overturn" Pattau attempted lo swim ashore wl h Miss. Klefer. but he became exhausted nnd sank, Tho other two clung to tho canoe and were rescued. nrx.- in III' tt K-'lll II1 111 CZAR RIPS OPEN TEUTONS' LINE FOR 280 MILES Tarnopol - Buezaez Sector and Entire Biter St ripa Defence Broken. Ilnlie. Key tt Leniher, Threatened ly a Series of Advances. (i If MAT OKFKXSIVK OX IUXDKXBI'JICJ Von Btillmior Nearly Cor nered Turks (,ive Aid in farpafliians. I'mKisniAii, Aug. 12. The, baiterli g down of the fortified wall that the Ansiro-fJerinaim ercctol last winter iiloii); the iiistern front from tho Prlpe i marshe- to the ltumanlan border ,i distance of nboiit HSO miles, w.is mi- iiounccd olllclally l.cro to-day. Thu ltiifslans h.ivo nccunied tin- I whole region of tho main Austr'ai- (stronglv fortified vlllauf.s. The sector from T.irnnpnl to I5iicz.u-7. is almost ieactly In the centre of tho eastern " " ' " " Ul0 Husslans. contrasted w th their ami h.d loruieu a salient iiehl by Hi.. Teuton.. . '. i iiu in n ti'mii t e Is a substantlil step in l,rl. .!, 111 lirllllni; tile riotr.r ,.,.,, viol. ..... - .i..i.. ' . , ""r "a- 1'iwiiu on .uiir flank by th- Jtussl.in n.K-.i,. t . point near ICovel, mi the north, and t f. ..r-rmd Stani.la-i, on t south. The rt'isrl.in statement i -nn .). . that the newly captured 1 net u "pressed by us on both flaiiKs" rai.i.ir.. ..r .,.. u... Tl, .,,, . , , 1 '" tro'p', '"fl" "" i this Tai nopol-llm-z si tor r conviianded by Den". Corlneheu ., ,l SakhaiofT. They took the Milages ..f '.li.xlKI, Aomblevsk, Cehrof, Ciena at, Pokroplvna, all strongly fortified, n-i.i lhn"' "-nc their way with gren i.r..v.ry ,.,..., ... ,irl,, f(Wt i . ........ ' ' . " ' ", '", "" "! -""'b to the Dniester nut the wue f.te m I the sa.ue fate, T he-e new gams of r beyond Hucza a.' rlg'it Whl'e the drive for Hall.-S! to t le south Kihh on one of the gams in tin. new offensive in the centre also tnreit ens this impottnnt railroad Junction o the Dniester, considered the kev to the Lemberg defences. On. e the. Ilusstans capture Hall-, th.'y will hui before them no ii tttirn I nbstailis nnd good mad tor tneir march from the oinh ist to I. ember?. Koroplcc lllvi'r roiil. tn the centre offensive tho Itu-triiai -rossed the Koroplcc Itiver in the n ghm noiih of liurzacz Tlni ndvaii' add. to the twitl nf the lla!!i tmu -o ivhhh Is almost directly west from tin point of ro.-.ilng The :uinns ca. tured Slolindkaiirna and Folvarkl To the soui'i nl-o Hen. Lechl'stiv. who tool; Stainsl.ui, i pushing die Ati-truu r..tiMii munrd Italics, which Is hi. ,.rs I i nt objective Here hts troop- are cro- I in - tn,. t'.vo branches of the l.v triti h Ivor to the south, According to Hie Hernian otll a stf men:, teh graphed hire f-un I .in'ot the regrouping of the Herman at. l the ustrlan forces In the angle formed bv the Dniester and the ls!r!tza 1 "being c in-led out In ncc.n il nice will on plans" in their continued forward svve-p to (!f, i.oeliitsl. 's troop. , iptuied niwoina south "f the captmrd 'Itv n s!t,uilsl.iu, and the village of F.tkov Tn..v nl.'O crossed the Itistl lz-l a - ' another point. Solotvi smith of Sian . islati To the north, operations nr. g - ni. f ',,,.i but ih.se seem more In the nn n ! of preparations for a strong ein .'against Von 1 liii'leiilmi g Ah n ' 'niralnst I sitol.ini.l. mini lhe Pripet niaislcs 'line is Here., fighting Mil "I"' vi'v ii.' I cess. Movements there are nc ' 1'iiiiiili'r OrTi'iislvc slopped. Tl'ie Hertiwn counter offeps v w Von lll'l.h'li 'lli c otdeied n.atli o' 'I I'llluay ihat run's from Kov.' ei i Harnv. has been stopped. Th' I! -sun lu t ii ' ii have assumed th' it'" ' l.uba.sln v, forty niilif sou'h I'-s Plnsk Is one of the U 'lthertini 't i o III toe I'ue. Soulli of Hroilv. also. Hen S. ' i n f turu.lig nioveinciit on Hen a llotlinn l's 'eft Hank Is piogrcs- g s ov lv but suiiiy. '"'his movement In cn. I oiicr.ltloli with Hen. I h'.'-'.i vv g. ba 'k of tho il.ttnin Tuno l p n tin iicns lo nut "0 Hotho r a do sac Tlio onlv Itu r an rcve i p '"'.'d anywhere to dav wis n the i',irpt .u 1. 1 lleic Deilltisivs tncio was a u o tig In the region of .able. The litisl,iot I lost 7fl0 prisoners, but tluir advance was not thrown back. It was simply checked, 1 Derma iwnn have now cent to the the Itu .4i,in m.n