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of e ach country's Interests In Man churla. Moncolls and the Par East. FIELD MA IIS HA 1, IIAIft SAYS ATTACK WAS A KAll.l HE A heavy German attack Tuesday on a front of 1.200 yards northwest of Mervllle. In Flanders (southwest of t Armentleres). was a complete failure. Tho British line w u maintained intact. The German." reached tJic Uritisli posi tions only at two points, where they were, "dealt with effectively." the re pot t from Field Marshal Hals sax*. I* rench troops repulsed a German i ? tack north of Railleul !a.-( night. The Brltls.i took prisoners In a raid ne;ir that town this morning. The text fol lows: "A hostile counterattack was launche-1 this morning against our new po?|. tions northwest of Merville. It was made in considerable strength on a front of l,2o.) yards. v. very heavy bombardment precede.! the advance. l?u: in spite of the intensity of the artil lery preparation, the enemy's infantry only succeeded in reaching our posi tions at two points, where they worn effectively dealt with in caoh case. Our whole line remained intact "Two raids attempted by the enemy last night north of Bailleul were re- I pulsed by the French. "Wo secured a few prisoners and a machine pun this morning in a pa trol encounter in the neighborhood of Bailleul." BERLIN REPOnTS CI.AIM a iompi.ete \ ictorv BERLIN. May i!l (via London).? i "Complete victory" by the defenders of 1 Mount Kemmel over French attacks on the front between Dranoutie and Voor mezeele tneaTly six miles) yesterday :s claimed by the War Oflicc. The statement adds that while the French were thrown out of the Gcr man crater zone which they had pene trated in attacks by massed waves, "there is still a French nest fast of j L<fcre." British divisions he'.d in read iness to follow up the French attacks w-fre not put into action because of the French failure, the statement says. Tfie text follows: "'Yesterday Kemmel Height was again the objective of strong enemy attacks, which broke down with san guinary losses. The defenders of Mount Kemmel achieved complete vic tory on the front Voormezeele-Pratiou tre. The enemy's infantry attacks were preceded by victorious* artillery ! attacks. The French advanced in ' waves. Our infantry and artillery broke down their assault and forced them to retreat with the heaviest losses. Our counterattacks there drove the enemy out of our crater zone, wjiere he had penetrated. There is still a French nest east of Locre. ?'According to prisoners. British divi sions were held in readiness in the t^lrd line, but as the French were un able to obtain a success, they were not again put into action " FIFTEEN GERMAN PLANES DOWNED, BRITISH CLAIM LON'D'jN. May 21.? Fifteen German ~?:h*.r.ts wore brought down by the En*.:?"- ye>*.erday Thirty-five tons of cropped on the German battle are* Five British machines are cfcsrr.g the Olf.ce retried to night. The text follows: tie ojr observation fcal !cer i i": i - ^e.-e a .*.:*.?. i?ev ?:r*l I:' ? r* tsr.r.r "..-sar. .-es wire cr-raple ted. photographs *e-e ta*es ar.i rr.:r. observation work was -iwre : n per?::ca w.-*. the a:,,.. 'Tr .r'.etr. " '? wc-re dropj.ei cn Gae:.*. Tourai and St. Quti.tin Trie for tr ?s? cf Mttz .n Lorraine, t.-jc i.-.e ? . oj v. . :e; t, or. the Rhine, were torn:ed .. L>r:*...-h aviators th'a rooming Thlonv.:!e, Nam ..- and Cb?-r leroi uls-j ?r:e attacked. ML'TI.W BREAKS tll'T AJIOM. Tl lll\|Nll TROOP* AT AlltiN ATULN.- May -..?Turkish t;. .p.i at ;c :n :n A-.a i. .nor, hjv.- urjt.nir 1. i W\i tftc?u??r.-! -""f"1 from .Ma nissa. twenty ni..>.<- ,;?ost"Hea . : of Smyr na, to queil the disturbances h.t\e de serted. Jyumerous ilesertions also are re- ' ported from me coast garrisons. Re. I pression of the movement has been intrusted to Essad i'asha. of Janm*. ITALIAN SEAPLANES DROP BOAins O.N >11 LIT A R V PLA 1ST:? , ROME, May 21.?Italian seaplanes 1 bombarded the military works at r>u razzo t Albania i and l??i costa i Dal mantian island, in the Adriatic) y-Mcr day. The machines re t uri.ed safel** to their base. In a desperate air bat tle-off the Austrian port <,f jv,ja rm# Austrian .-eaj.;rtnH was brought down. ONE THO I *\\|> CEKMAV \ III PLA Ni;?i \ II E WRECKED LONDt?N, May 21.?One thousand ' ''Tni.i11 an planes hrtve been bro'ight down or driven out of control Mnce the German offensive, began two months ago tc.-da\, the War Office announced to-i.ight. Mo.-v t han 1,000 tons of bombs have l>een dropped on and be i' nd the German m j.^f-iOd noHP.MiA divided i\in ins run i?. with c \ ptmn> BF.HNK fvia Paris) Mav 21.?The of ficial Austr r.n Legal F.ullet;n. accord ing; to Vier.r.a d:. r.s publishes a mipisterial ord. r setting up twelve nifstrie p in I',- hernia, t'? *..? governed by captains, the , g m,?nr .;c, to be fully pro!.., -,rt -fne ,\ istrl.n government hop.-s thus ? , re-establish t.-rdrr in Bohemia, where t>,<> situation barf been turbulent for som. days ow ing lo feofi. ji^ace and anti-German . riots. HBVOLI'TION ItEl'Olt'| |;|> I.N ' I I \ OF Most ?>\\ PARIS. Maj* li Oispaichea Iron Moscow fjuotf- the Ma\i:iia;.y ? j papers of that city as an noun . ri >- ?. <llsfio\ery of a \a-t counti-rie*. ary? plot. Many Maxa:nil:.,t? a;. l . tia (iris have ?jc(rn arrcptfd . ? GERMANS SI'IZE 1)1 I C,H STEAMSHIP Ali.NET/ AMSTERDAM. Monday. May *:0. Th Germans have seized ana taken t ? Bwjnemuende, irussia. the Dutc steamship Agneta. which *a,.? boun trofo Stockholm .'or Rotterdam. According to the Handelsblad th ^ Gewnitn minister at Stockholm refuse ? to supply the mearner with safe con duot. as the German naval htaff had <J< cided not to issue any until the con elusion of the negotiations now i Two Planes Lost in the North Sea Bochc Raider Bursts Into Flame 7 000 beet in the Air. t By Associated Press.! LONDON. May -1.?Of the twenty to thirty Gotlias. which took part in the rani on London Sunday nignt, live are reported oili< tally to have been brought d?\? n. Official continuation ib lacking t.> the report that two others fell into the North Hea. i?:ic of the raiders was engaged by ' a British airman. who iired at close j range until the machine disappeared! id a cloud. Shortly afterward the. ma-; chine burst into flames at a height of 1 7,000 feet and fell a blazing wreck. Another machine was brought down by antiaircraft gunu in London. Two others wore brought down while at - : tempting to escape, one being de stroyed by British airmen. Tito fifth was set afire and fell into the sea. A few dozen bombs were dropped promiscuously on certain parts of the ! London district, doing, in a few cases only, no inconsidcratno damage to small dwelling houses. Two tires wero caused in large buildings, but they! were soon under control. Some small ; dwelling houses were wrecked by the' bombs and much glass was broken. progress between the Dutch and Ger man governments. HOLLA\ O IMIOH II1ITS SAILLM.S OK HI-:It. SHIPS TUB 11 AO UK. May 21.?The Dutch government has prohibited the sailings of ail Dutch steamships from Dutch ports. Sailing vessels and coastal tis.hing craft are excepted from the ruling. AISTHAI.IANS CAPTl'RF. KOI It 111 NUKED IV RAID [By Apjoclated Press.J BRITISH HEADQUARTERS IN FRANCE. May 21 (via Ottawa).?Aus tralian .captures Sunday at Vllle-sur A ncre exceed 400. Several prisoners state that when they learned they had to face the Anzacs they felt consider- j able foreboding. The casualties in-j fueled during the attack \%ere very hea vy. The successful little operation has greatly improved the British position. The British now hold the entire vil lage. The Germans have been forced back from the awkward salient they ? have created, and are now probably back upon the railway. More than! thirty machine guns were taken. The French yesterday attacked on a I front of 3.000 to 4,000 yards, appar-' ently pivoting on Locre hospice and extending eastwards. It is reported that the operation succeeded, and inure than ;:00 prisoners have already been collected. Every yard of ground the entente allies take in this locality rep resents an apparent gain, inasmuch as j it pushes the enemy from important j hills running west ot Mon; Kemmtl. UKITISH CASUALTIES FOR WKKK EXCEED 30.000 (By A?i>octated Press J LONDON, May .1.? British casualties to the number of 36,t>7 7 have been re ported in the week ending to-day. ?i :.c caEua.tics are divided as fol* IorA;. . i i\..?ea or died of wounds: officers, v 1 ?>; ir.er., 2.S:5. XVounded or mis-Sir.g: officers. 1,241; :..en, LI.3>S. I"ni-:.\C1I REPORT SHOWS ACTIVITY OX M:HtB FIIO.VT By Associated Press. 1 PAULS. Monday. May 20.?The official statement from the War Office to-night I reads: ir.ere was no infantry activity. The | artillery bombardment was violent at t.mes sou'h Avr??, and at several points in the region of Montdidler, and Lassigny. ?Army othe Last. May 15: There was reciprocal artilleiy tiring in the legion of Doiran. There was intermit tent artillery and rifle tiring on the, .-'erbian Iro.nt. wnere enemy patrols were repulsed before they were able to reach the wire entanglements, in the 'rrna bend and in the region of Monastir the artillery and trench mor tars were active. Near Monastir. enemy patrols were driven back. In the Pogradec sector the enemy artillery tire increased. The British aviators successfully bombarded enemy establishments in the region of Demir Hissar." HL.v i'ic;rnEs ixtexdhd 0.\L\ KOK HOME CONSUMPTION ! Ry A*snr Id le<t Pre.?s. 1 WITH THE AMERICAN ARMV IN FRANCE, Monday. May 20.?According to information obtained from a cap tured German officer, the published monthly figure of German aerial losses are intended merely for the people at home a-nd for neutrals and are not ac cepted bv German aviators. A machine .'hot down within the German lines, of which even only parts are salvaged is n^t counted a^ a loss. Summer School IleKini? Jime 17. FP. KDERP 'KSBt.'RG. \\\.. May 21.? The Stat" summer school to be held at | the Fredericksburg State Normal S-hnol heg.ns .Monday, June 17. in ad dition to th" regular work, a special war course in canning and drying ii off ere-1. .Name >1 ,i rnotviik I. RERN 'via Paris) May 21.?Vienna d:s pa'ches indicate that Adam Mar r.ow.vkl, an ardent Polish Nationalist, will shortly succeed Count Burial as Austrian Foreign Minister. To ?et the best of all J-orn roods, order i Sweet,Crisp,Reedy-To-Eat SULLIVAN TELLS BAKERS i THEV SHE PROFITEERING Compares Bread Prices in This Country With Those Charged in Canada. HOOVER IS QU1TK OPTIMISTIC I Tolls of Patriotic Manner in Which People of America Have Kopoud ed to CaiJ for Conservation of Wlieat Products. WASHINGTON, May 21.?I. W. Sul livan, of the American federation of. l.a bor and represent ins: th>' consuineis a coiiferenoc of master bakers that in the food administration, to-day lulu they weie profiteering. "In Canada," lie told them, "bread !s 20 and -5 per cent lower than it is in this country. And yet wheal is the same price. The average loaf ??t bread retails over there at " 1-2 and cents. Hero you charge about 10 cents. "I want the bakers to have a fair profit, but 1 think it is pretty clear that the individual baker is receiving more for his bread than ho is entitled to by his service. "I do not want it said that any other country is doing more for the masses in respect to food than the United States." Henry Studen, of Houston. Tex., president of the Bakers' Association, jumped up and told Mr. Sullivan that tliero were more bakers licensed by the food administration than any other class, "and yet not one has been con victed as a profiteer. We are out to win the war and are doing? all wo can. The cost of labor is the highest in tins country and T do not think the work men would be satisfied to take lower wages." Herbert Hoover, the fond administra tor. was optimistic over the wheat situation. He sail the country was shipping 50 per cent of the crop. The conservation schemes had ' een met so heartily that only about 3ft to 4ft per cent had been consumed instead of ."0 per cent, as was expected. Hence the country has a margin of snfof. yet of lft per cent. "We will have to po en through June. July and August until we know what the full crop is. No matter how favor able the next crop looks 1 am look ins forward to a Ions war. and there fore it is necessary for us to take ad vantage of the abundance to store up a reserve against a day of possibln shortage." SOWELL DENOUNCES CHARGE AS UNTRUE' fCon* iitued from First Page.) * from s cuestick. It is known that ' every attempt will l>e made to keep ' the case away from any connection with the so-called "police scandal" or any dispute over stolen liquor from one of the men. which is paid to have been the catise nf the fight. MANY AFTER EASY MONEY Director* of \A nr Finance Corpnrn lion Have Many Scheme* Sub mitted Thrm. f rt5*~Asporint nlTrfM l WASHINGTON, May 21.?Directors of the War Finance Corporation, meeting to-day for the tirst time, began the im mense task of considering applications 1 for financial aid for activities essen tial to the conduct of the war. Apparently under the belief that the finance corporation is a source of easy money for all kinds of development projects, scores of persons have ap plied fi.?r advances to a id them in pro moting new enterprises which they claim will contribute to the war'-s success. Oversubscribe Quoin. FREDERK KSBLRG, VA., May 21 ? Following a liej Cross parade last night. subscriptions amounting to $2,150 were collected, oversubscribing the quota of 52.000 assigned to th;s iov ii. The marine band from Quantico led the parade, which was participated in by I ted Cross nurses, students of the normal and lusrh schools, boy and ciri scouts, firemen and various fraternal orders. Will Observe Memorial Day. DANVILLE, VA.. May 21? Con federate Memorial l>ay will be ob served in the last capital of the Con federacy to-morrow afternoon. Tne veterans from Danville, and near-by points will b? given a dinner at noon and will later assemble on the lawn of the Memorial Mansion there to hear an address from Professor C. E. Cros land. president of Averett College. Eight Men Arr Accepted. FRED EPIC K SHC KG. VA., May 21.? K'clit men from th:s district have be.cn accepted for training as automobile mechanics at the. I'niverslty of Vir ginia training school, which will open May "J3. Those accepted are: James L. Hawkins. Wallace Yerbv, John C. Scott, Robert E. Sparks. Hroaddus J. Sullivan. Wade Maddox. James iiallard and S. Tayb-r Scot!. The men will leave here , on Thursday f?.r Charlottesville. Going After U-Boat Is Best Operation Such Is Opinion oj Secretary of the Navy Roosevelt in Interview. ( By Associated Pre?* ] WASHINGTON. May 21.?Offensive operations against German submarines are producing good results, said Act ing Secretary of the Navy Roosevelt to day, and he added that while It would i>c too much to say that the submarin ? situation is under control or that the' U-boats are not still to be regarded ?is u menace, the outlook is hopeful. Mr. Roosevelt reiterated the opinion held by the department that what has already been aecomplished should serve j merely to Increase the vigor of the campaign and the effort to turn our.1 rapidly additional destroyers and other, craft for antisubmarine work. "tloing after them and not waiting tor them to come after us is the an- j .??er." he said. Naval opinion here Is now that the j m'.isoii of the year makes little differ- : <n> ?? in the effectiveness of the s il> marine. Advantages and disadvantages' ot w inter and summer offset each other, it is pointed out that while rough i water in winter Impedes the L'-boat*. she long winter nights give them an opportunity to come to the surface for recharging their batteries, resting the ?.?lews and also to make long trips on the surface at night, increasing their effective area. HUSTINGS COURT CREATES MANY MORE NEW CITIZENS Two Hundred nnd Tnenty-flve .Men of l-'orelgu Birth Swear AIIckInuee at Petersburg. ISpecial to The Times-Dispatch. J PETERSBURG, VA.. May 21.?-In tho Hustings Court this morning 120 more men ot foreign birth, serving *in tht ranks ot the Eightieth Division at Camp Roe, foreswore their country, j took the oaih of allegiance to the United Stales and were yivcn certi ficates of citizenship, 'lite oaths were administered by Judge Mullen and Clerks Bass and Reese. Before the ceremony took place in the court-1 room ex-Governor Mann addressed the men in explanation of the action they j were about to take. They were all en- j tiiusiastic at the idea of becoming citizens of free America, and of fight ing for it. The majority of the candi dates were Italians and Irishmen, though there were some Russians. Nor wegians and Swedes, and four Turks and an Austrian. This afternoon 10ft more foreign born citizens were brought in from Camp l.ee and made citizens of the United States by taking the oath of allegiance. They were of various na tionalities This makes about r.iHi men naturalized in two days in Petersburg.: Impressive Pnrnde. Tlr> Red Cross parade Monday after- 1 noon was not only impressive but beau tiful and effective. Participants and spectators wfe alike enthusiastic. The hundred of women In their attractive Red Cross uniform and insignia, and the Women's Patriotic League made a splendid showing, and the marching of the French battalion was equally impressive. Even while the parade was moving, the Rotarians and Elks were busy soliciting subscriptions front spectators, and they received liberal amounts. At the meeting at Central Park, aftt.-r brief talks, :t large amount was contributed. The French chasseurs were given a great reception both here and at Camp Lee. and in?.ny persons contributing to the cause gave their money through the hands of the French veterans. Greek citizens made tip the sutn of <5l'i for the fund, every Greek in the city, so fir* as known, givine some thing. ranging in sumh from ?fin down to *l. Suiday's Red Cross campaign In Surry Count'' nAtted $2,000. The soliciting committees besran their campaign in Petersburg to-day, aim ing to raise not less than J2T..OOO. Will I.nnk After Prisoner*. WASHINGTON. ?Tay 21.?The l^'teH States government will take up direct with Germany the allegations of mis treatment of American prisoners of war. American representatives will in'ct with representatives of Germany at Bern, Switzerland, to discuss the matter. . Seek More Plotter*. DCP.I.IN, May 21.?The government net is still spread in hope, of arresting i other persons helieved to he connected with the alleged German plot. A number of suspected persons are being jsea rched. Artist Skelrlies President. WASHINGTON. May 21.?President Wilson to-day sat for sketches for A. Romanath. Cuban artist, who is to paint the President for the city of I la va na. f Music?for Happiness The love for music ia a heritage from jjen^rations agone?and few are un ^jgrnsnonsive, lo its charm. In every homo there should he A Piano?Player-Piano or Victrola from Corley's ?it will bo an Inexhaustible source of pleasure? inspiration and delight for every m?mli?r of the family. Matchless opportunities for selei lion are afforded hy (his display of every style of Vlctrolas and of twelve world's foremost makes of Planoa, ranging from the .Mason K- llamlin the world's highest-priced Piano? to the reliable makes of leading manufacturers at extremely moderate prices. ('ome in and look them over ? then choose. \W Will Arrange Terms to Suit Kvcry Income. The House That Made lUchmond Musical. Ill FOllETTE DECLARES SPEECH NOT DISLOYAL s Says Any One Might Have Properly 1'sed Statements lie Mude in St. Paul Speech. SKNATK HKS\HING IX PROGRESS Wisconsin Pro-German Senator Pe rjured by His Counsel to Have Been Victim of War Party and Wur-.Mad Press. f Hy Aj'soclatnl 1 WASHINGTON. May 21.?The charge of ih<* Minnesota Public Safety Com mission that his spoeoli delivered at St. r.nil eipht months ago was seditious .mil disloyal was declared baseless to day l?y Senator I.a l*"ollette. of Wlscon sill, through cniinsd before the Senate Privilege!! and Klecflons Committee. i.Hherl K. Koe, the Senator's attor ney. asserted that the speech was highly patriotic and came clearly within the rights o f the Senator to maUo. He said press reports and the tianscrlpt furnished by the Minnesota commission were garbled. "II i'< no dotihl true that the sen ihnettts expressed in the speech are displeasing to many persons and many interest?." he said, "i>ut the charge that it contains anything disloyal or seditious or anything that a United Slates Senator, or for that matter, any citizen, might not properly say is gro tesquely absurd." WANTS TO I'ROVK THAT lilt Y A MADi: STATEM BN'P Among the statements in the speech, the accuracy of which has been ques tinned. ?hs one declaring that Secre tary l>ryan had warned President Wil son that the Lusltania. before sailing on her last trip, carried explosives, and had suggested that passengers should not bo allowed to sail on her Mr. Bryan has denied the statement. A hrief submitted by Mr. Roe reiter ate! it and said if its accuracy i* ques tioned the Senator would be g!ad to "subn it detailed proof of the facts." No Senator, the bri?>f says, has "ever hen attacked and assailed hy a war party and a war-mad press as Senator i.n Folleite has been attacked even pr i?r to tV.o St. Paul speech." 'Ihr hearing will be continued to morrow. After submitting his brief, Mr. Koe began reading the speech. .??tc*pp 11-n tc> discuss parts of it which have been the subject of attack. South Roll* I p Fund*. ATLANTA. OA.. May CI.?More than 91.2&0.000 alread> has been subscribed to th* second Bed Cross war fund in the Southern division, officials in the division campaign announced to-night. With a quota of $3.00".000, the five States in the division have rolled up a total of approximately 91,285.000, not inclutlii?_ pledcf-s received to-day. Spronl S\>eep? the Slnte. PHII.A DIU^PH I .V, May 21.?Latest returns in to-dav's primary election indicate a complete sweep of the Stat* for Senator W. o. Sproul. candidate fo.* the Republican nomination for Gover nor, and Judge ICugene C. Bonntwell, candidate for the democratic nomina tion. MISS LUSK NEAR COLLAPSE: TO TELL STORY WEDNESDAY Rrfniidi (o <llve l-Jrtn nn lnkllnc ?? to Whnt 11 r r Testimony Will lie. WAL'KKSIIA. WIS.. May 21.?Grace l.usk, self-confessed slayer of Mrs. Mary Ncwinan Roberta, wife of Dr. j Davitl Koberts, will to-morrow take the stand in her own behalf. To-night Miss l.usk is near collapse, but it is believed by the time of reconvening of court she will be ready to tell hor story. What that story will be. what at titude the defendant will tak? with regard to the testimony of the last week by the man she loved and for whom she killed, no one knows to : night but Miss l.usk. Not even to her aged father or to her attorneys ; has she vouchsafed an outline of her coming: recital. To-night the defense counsel and the defendant's father were with her in her cell. The father pleaded with his daughter to cast aside any lingering 'iegard she may have cherished f<>r ' Roberts and seek safety. But to none did she Kive any Indication ?>f what she Intends dolnif. 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And before you give all you think you can give, think? Think of the boys over there and the boys going over; think of the babies and chil dren and women; think of the sickness, the sorrowing, the suffering. Then think how much you will give?and let your dollars do your Red Cross Duty! Old Dominion Trust Co. The Strongest Trust Co. in the South Atlantic States Capital and Surplus, Two Million Pollurs. 000 EAST MAIX STREET. Uptown Oflice: Harrison nnrt liroari Streets. Things You Ought to Know 11 THAT a Berry suit is not an adopted garment, but a Berry creation. 1!THAT we know what it contains be cause we furnish the contents. II THAT it is actually designed by our own expert for Richmond ers. r THAT we supervise every inch of its evo lution from yardage to you! * THAT we buy our woolens right from the mills and buy 'em right. 'THAT you can't help finding what you want nor help want ing what you find. rAND FINALLY THAT you can't get as good for the same money, nor better for more. $20, $25, $30 to $55 Shoe?. Straw? Shirts. Why re-created music rather than imitated music There is the same differ ence between the Real Thing of the Diamond and the glass near - thing as there is between the Edi son Re-Creation and the ordinary talking - machine "imitation." Once you hoar them side by side, you'll never be satisfied with the "talking-machine tone." Have you heard the New Edison? C.B.HAYNES <?><?* ?^0*0 AT.IICOND The Thrift of the People w in win the war. Tt l.s of highest impor tance to learn that the American people are realizing that we are at war. Twenty mil lion individual* sub scribed to the last L,ib frtv Loan. This means business. Success must come with the people behind us. Help the Red Cross. Buy Thrift Stamps. Op*n an account with tis. Money loaned on Real Instate. Safely Deposit Boxes for rent. We send money "over there" without charge.