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AN IEM DEPENDENT PROGRESSIVE JOURNAL TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR 8 PACES PHOENIX, AIM ZONA, MONDAY .MOPXINO, JPLY Pi, Hir,. 8 PACES VOL. XXVI. NO. ;:.' THE BLICAN REPORTED ROUTE OF VILLISTAS 1 HOUR SCRAP .Villa H';ul-)uart( is at Dour-das Pel use to "Oni linn" 1 1 1 News Sein ly Ceiicral Callus, tin- Car van.ista ommander CAN AXE A X EXT TO HE ATTACKED Casualties of the Villa Eoivs West of A'j:-ua Prlrta Placed at Eiej Hundred. .Many -loimu Eneinv ASSOCIATED PKF.SS DISPATCH imrin.AS, Ariz.. July ls. After a six hour battle at AIUH acachi Pass, w.st ..f Avrua Prieta. f.-neral fades 1,-poitod I hat lie ha. I decisively defeat-.! the Villa troops under : uer ;,! Ao...-ta. ('albs' force i '1,1 t.i r.ui.a.r and a-..m:i p-""- A no ;. :- recei e.1 from ai r:n.a s c. n. .1. cljr.lm no from "alles at that Villas tn'lan' ic 1 . i i-d to 1- demoralized, ;u" i i:i ail diret tioiis. Th- niossave -rit.-,I that the i.itii- v begun :.t six o'clock this moin inc Villa Cr s w.i'.- pronely '-tr-:.. la .1 in H'- push :.nd for U 1 tli atta-kcrs boiiii.ai al. .1 il v.uh cancm a.,.l napid fir- u-.ni--. no....... ii.o.i.-ed ,.f Aon: la's command i,.,..o..l to hue :..iii.- fal'.es. Ca'.l.s ,l,.s, rt.-l an.l -.-tima!. 1 th- : ' i .i. a. I. wounded a n.l ial.ture.1 at ii,- ,!i.t not r. -pott his own cas-i..:ilti-s. hut in A'.:aa Vri-ia Ui. y aiv riamitj to ! small. .lal.l a l.o s.ii.1 that ti:.-s int. ll.l.'.l to t,i.- ioiwar.l to i-aiian.a as s.-.n i: h- rfi-f.l ammunition whi.'h 1, tt at A--'.a ITi. ta . arly. VilluV r.i.r.,t.ihos h.r.- r.Ms.-l to a.lmit ti-f-iit. . . NA'o. Ariz. July 1-lt is r,"tt-'l b. ! la that 'a)l-s is i.iirsiinii; tia- n ,.i,.rs to'Aar.l lit" "ii th- N'.u:al-s branch ,f th- Sontl.-I ll l a v.'.,ii.iri, it Ts 1-af ! if i. . In .'.J. that Oali.s will atta. k .nun ..mmuni. ation witli 'ana-i-a n -nr, T!,- Villa auttiorit..-: rlaiin-l th,t -ail-s was r.uls-a -i!.t tnil-s - t of Na-o. S-v ti wo,m.l-.l v.'-r-t.,n to -Naco sliorily b. lore 1 l. ALLEGED MUTINY On Austrian Warship at Ad. .atic Naval Base lA.SSOCIATBL, PltKail DtBPATiMll ZCUI'lt. Svvit y.-i laii'1. July 1 Ne-.vs has rea.hi.l this city of ait al-l-i.d naval mutiny whirl, broke o i. in" th- Aastriun madron at Cla a f.w .lav- a". The crew of a sma.l battlohip. mostly I .alma nans, im- l.ris 1 their officers and t"..k ov-r t!i- s!ii.. oiten-liiKv; I" sail oat of the harbor duiimr the niitlit an.l .l.liv.r th- ship to the Italians. The pl"t wa: discv.te.l uipl th.- rcinain.br of t; ,. fi....t op-iic.l fin-. .v r oiium; the .e-i stance i.f the ini.tiiie.rs after an l.oii.'s mt-i mitt tit fiahtins. A considerable number of casual tie: are s:u I to have occurrd, ami the I irea.lnoiiKht Uad.-tszky was ...m-Nvhat ,lamae.l by the mutineers' fne. ELEASE TO EXPLAIN HIS PARDON RECORD f (?,K'!ArED PRESS PISPAT. !1 1 i'.i.STo.V. July 18. One of the most intei-.-stinK speeches at the con ference of Kovernors to be held her-ii-xt month is expected to be that of former i;..vcriii.r Cole I.. I'.Uase of South Carolina, who panloncd con vict by the wholesale anil lift of fice in a loud of public disapproval. 11- will erne, he writes, if the kov rnors will listen to a pp.-ech in whir h he will justify the wholesale fr-eintr of prisoners. WAR NURSE FOR SERBIA I ASSOCIATED PRKSS DISPATCH l.o.VI ON, July IS. l ady ratret. wife .f Sir Ualph Caxi't, who has been ill for some time with typhus, caught while iii charge of one of the Ui .l i Toss hospitals in Serbia, has left F.oinloti to take tip h.r work tin re acain. KANSAS DAY AT THE FAIR (Special to The Uepnblica n I SAN" ."UANCISOO, July JS. gover nor Arthur CappeK accompanied by meirib.ru of his staff, formally open "Kansas !ay" at the exrsilion with xercises in the Kansas building to morrow morninc The President's Is Brought To a Close ' . ! lArtSOCIATEn PKKSS niSPATCIll ON HOARD Till: l'KKSIDHNT'S TRAIN. Ni:w IIAVK.N, July Is. -The , resident has hrouicht to a ,-lose the lonc-.st and most strenuous vacation he lias had since enter the White House. He lef; i'oinish I his afternoon and will arrive at WashinRton early in the mcrnir-g, prepared to give immediate ENTIRE RUSSIAN FRONT ON THO US AND MILE LINE IS SE VEREL Y HAMMERED WORD TO RUMANIA i TjXIhN", July Is C rnvm ' I ul! una I tun t. 1 1 n man ia is I -1 1 1 j lr i;ii-!, :tM'n-fliiii; li tin J ow l;u-ko. -st. iM wlii h is i 1 1 1 - ' 1 in lNi:itrht'K I f ci fl hn. 1 ! .ni.i-.l that l;tr- Imh!i'S f Tt u - l-.mr 1 1 j is ; ! inasMnij nil tin- , t :n ma ilia n f mill i r I u, i w nmha - sis T 1 1 1 1 i ii ia 1 1 ' 1 1 1, uliih it is la? . 'I Will ilt-ina nl u mm .. .1 j transit nr muniiM-n nf war. "i LEO I FRANK HAS FOR LIFE Al'C (M'oiuia . 1 1 1 1 ion 1 1 s Xot Sin-i- tin- Miirtlci-ons Attack Plioil llllll lV a elloW "oU'v l t n-jiircl va Xoi I ASSoVIATKD PHESS PlSPATCttl mi i.i iaa: 11.1.1:. la.. July -I.-.. l-'tai.k li.-s tti- b or -ia Stat- niwifl h. l..tal to niirht ...ltii what tie :itt. nil.ir.ts said is; a fi-'hnnv; -baii.-- for r-ovcry. l'li -i ci-llls sll. .. .!. 1 ill Slot.i.illii the flow i .,f bh...d tr.m a ji -e.l v.nin.l m the. thf.at made by a butcher kml'e in tti. ( hands of W id. ant dr ti. a fellow cn- v ict who is also s. rv iic; a III- c-in-lc - for innid-r. The blow wax strn. k as I'rani; si-pt in .. i.Kiih in ,......,.,., inuht. Ii is rep. rt. .i t hat i ...v -riior Harris will oi.l-r an in'. .-1 ii;aiion by th.- ;-o!'a pii: ..n .omnassio,, t.. aa-j (eri.iin if .!--ii act. d iitir.lv on hist o n Mdii.on. di -i n said hi' alon .!a:.n.d the aita. k and said h ihollLl.t It .llOUld b- dot,"." II :aid. however, he r,i.'r-it.;l the act. I .- ink was .piars. r-d at fin.li! in th .h.rtnii 't , with about a hun-lr- 1 otln-rj pii-oii'rs. II- occupied a bank th-f-iiitii In, m die-tie's. No prisoner is I ill. .V . 1 to le 1 V tile .:. V it hoil t pel' - i. lis i ni from cue of the two pnards. i rtly after r 1-v -n dr. en a.- la ,1 ), mission i i.'-t up an.l it wis irrant-d II.' slart-. d.cvn .Ik- in ,"I,1'-Kt and as h- I'-sol he viiablx-.l Crank by, th' hair -ii"! d-liv-r-.l -ne bl.c.v with a knife he h id ' .;: al-l. The pilar ! i ii-Ik .1 to Ih,. bun!: and previ nted him f r- m st i-1 k i 1 1 lt a -;, in. Anionic th" prison rs v ho rn; h.-d to Crank's aid w-re two h si. ians who u-ie irst ail. Tw cnt -fiv f stit. Iks i t-r.' tik-n in Crank';- neck. T't uf t. Ild-: f.. the fiont of th- lie. k ai ' to the bit side, almost to the middle of th- I. a. k ..I tiie n.-ck. Neither th' v. .'i.b'.ipe nor tl- spinal . ..rd was h ir! b it tin- jiiKUlar v in was partially s.-v -r d. Th- jih v,:i. ian's vr.-ati'st fear p.niaht is that the stitches rnitiht slip causin-j- lllor' loss ,,f blood. THAW'S MOVEMENTS 1 ASSOC! ,Tt?!, PPKS3 PISPATCII 1 ATLANTIC CITY, July IX. Harry t Thaw left lore late today for I'hila-I -Iphia where he announced he would s x'li.l tin- nik'ht. Thaw spent I he day, (i icily. He went to ohur. Ii and t-okl :i couple of ilii.s in 11 can. He, 'X!...-ts to reach l'itl.sbutf; in a few '''s' , SERVANTS BADGE BARE t- ( n un jiuiomobih- (our of the city, dormany will i-m.i.' from the war.! "' tne .U yon that the l-'rench Only Legion of Honor Men May Served jv aid he wan proud of i he shovvini; both economically more independent as fighters have proved a bit; disap by Him Canada made in soiidiiiK men to aid and slioiupr Ihan ever before." pointment to us. Whenever the two i !,. mot her coiinlrv. o- have been toircther t'rciuh and Knir- I'Aias, July IS. A h -idint; h.',ht of the i'ansian bar was ,1. rriv.d of has-J ., the progressive party next year, ton, his butler, by the mobilization. .Vln-n asked if he would run for presi daMoii has relumed, decorated with ,, m ak'ain he replied I haven't m th' leb.n of honor and exempted from ..led." further military s-rv ice because of a n . in. .-.pa. iiat intr wound that does not.i Reaches Seattle hovvevr, inierfire with tin- exercise of, SI.'ATTI.Il. July is Colonel Uoose his calling. His place had be. n kept ;"ll arrived al mi.lnivht by bo:,t from fr r him, l.ut his ret urn phiiit'.-d I he iiai - lYanci.nvcr ,,n his way to the San risl-r into a perplexmt; i-mba rrasism. nt. 3-'raiicisc.. exposition. He will leave While flastoii vvears the red ribbon, ,1 .morrow mornim. there were aiming the habitual quests , - " oi the house a number of eminent; WAR NEWS FOR PRISONERS members of 'he bar whose button holes t associatkd pkkss pispatv ill are entitle. p, n. t l.insr but flowers. Th ' I.ONI'ON, July 1 s. A weekly sum pro ri-li.s ciiil all rubs or precedence mary of the war news is l.eim; dis were contrary to the idea of a 'legion of trihiitcd lo all prisoners in jail thr..di;h honor" man serving one not decorated, out dreat l.ritain bv direct ion of the The jiid.:e r. fusel t.. pail with his f'onic sis-rotary. In (he opinion of the servant und eolve.l the problem bv - a ul Ion it ic . the concession has had ci.liiiK that nope but lettion of i,,,nn,' xcellenl effect on the conduct and men v., r, eat al his table. industry of prist. nets. Vacation rousi.l, lation to the deiman situation ; SNOW SHEDS BURNED and oll.r problem;. H.-spite the fa f ' I ahsociatki. pkkss dishai-chi that n.. detail.'! ol I he p resident's return TRUCK KK. Calif., July IS, Tvven tiip we,,. Kivei, in advance, he. was y-six hundred feet of Southern Pa re,.e,i by laia,-., crowds al every slot. SIlmv sicds were destroyed by on his way ba. k to Washington. At fj,e t I.akev iew. California today, several places he stepped to the rear Two outfit trains were burned, pla'form and shook hands with us Train service was blocked for ev niany as the time permitted. ;t.,ai hours on the main line. 1 i'i Accord ine; to Ccrniaii Offi- I rial Peiorts It flas l.ceii Pierced at Several Points the Slavs Petirimr at Others PICA IX XOPT1I" WAPSAW IX SOETI! .Military Ciili.s lay That A ust in Jt i ni.tii .M o v t - lllcllt is the .Most Ciu;;ii!- ti- Ever I'lbhrtakrii in the Ilistoiv ..!' War t ASS.H'IATK; t'KKSS niSI'ATf'ltl l.oMi lN. July IV - Th- Urn-sum fionl, niniiiiir froii, the Haiti.- in Ih iiorth to I'.es ;ar ilu.i in the south a distance of nearly a Hum an. I mil u 1 iiiH si.l.j. .-t-.l to violent atta.l.s 1 ti?' tlellti-tlls an.l A ust l lal.s, alio in pla.-s has. a.ioi.iiit' to tii- i;-r- j nil' I .a l f 1 ' iioiipes '.en lai ou : ru-Io v. lrsin Inrn- for. es ol' eavalrv. has . iiissi .1 the Win. I an an.l is in.il .14 t..wa-.l llia. In t'.e l'r,.asuil.- v. ti: ri t l-"i-l. I Ma i ha 1 oil 1 : iielen - l.i.. i; ni.hi.,-: his fourth at- a.-h ars:iw, has twi.e l.iis-iaii blii s and c..m- 1 p-ll-i! th- di-l-inl-rs t. f.tire l.r.v.ini ill,.- Nan w river in sonth.-ru I'oland. Jaft-r a i iii..! of :uactr. nv. ! Ci.ll .M.ii-li.il v.. ii Ma. fans, n is ; attain .... .h- mo.e aid il.iins to.,;.., ,i,;.-i, .ii' ,',i i -r .!,. , ,.: ,i... ".' -' : a. i an-.-.I ostiiotis. i ...... .i i ..a. ,i 'main atta. '.s the Ai.s'ro d.iuians nr.- S.n ti,.- off-i-iv.- vv.st of Hi- i-tui... ' I l ...i I r i ' I i.i, -si. I in dali, ia Vh. K is.-i.ins a-- fi.-hi t,- Mill-- i...r.,v. ....as all,- i inii.iK. ,,.;,.,,. n vi bl.av ., i n. ir i..ni..is. I v tt li en. .i n is I ii i -i 1 1 -!-. I ' r- i .... e.. a, .. i.. n.. h-iii- u-.-d o'i II if-li'iv in llif, (;lt j( j;J t .Ti-.it. st mo', -i ,1,1 ii,,. ,,, . lis i.in.i -v-r tiiid-i tak. n m hi-.!oiv of war. M ill ! a rv .r.tc ( K ".,,.., inn . a t.i nee in l he w Berlin G..y With Flajs aCCI.lN. .'ul.- s Ti,,. news ..r I'ie'.i Ab.t -hal . nil I I iii.b-i.l.i l s lie. Vest MII'p!'iFe for the 1 .' ' . : ;s i I I c W l'i, h tia- war off., e aniu.aii' cd had icult-d iii ifiiPoitant vi. toia s, his ...il: ..I .:;-l..ral r joiciip; ,ii, i l!i,. ,i, p. a ranee of fla:'s all over the cil .- . '.Military critics alla.h t-T" il .-iirtiili-i,;,!ce to the f? a.i , ., r. I : . I I ,, ., i , i Narew riv. r. f On the Southirn Front j Il'.Mi:. Jul;. Is - An offi. i d st Ce ll. ..nt toiiitht says th. Italians ...n llinue the i.lfel,sjv' i'- -ntly b-tin against th.' ivronp .,f f,,i, n-ar Ca i - zar.-ro. al ViMiu and I. lop-.;., alii thai II'. -v are w m:.i:-ed ill cap- no . Ii i ti. ult region I nt inK a ItiL-'h II i -,v. en thi' f..rts. Tee Au"irians at (ported .alive aloic; the l-.u "hey made several as. -a nits which the St. i l-ll ent ;.a,vs wer,- r-puls-.l. o , HE'S NOT TALKING FOR POBLICATION putie Attempt to Interview Colonel Roosevelt Y ,. N Ci . I ' V K P.. July IS. Conner Jy, .-Mem ,..',.. ell upcnt a half hour Lore on hia way to Seattle. Hi- was fc.oelcl by a lame crowd who cheered lthusiustioallv. Th.- ..loii.-l was tak- i:,,. s. elt le liii.,l lo sav if he would I o TRAIN HITS AUTOMOBILE I ASSOCIATE!. 1'P.KSS DISPATCH 1 SAN" HiatNARl INo, July IS. W. P. Irvine, ti retired contractor was 'riuX w::, :,u:z.'z stalled on the track, and hit by a ifitii'.ht train. TIGHTER GRIP BEINO TAKEN T (.:cr',!iaii" is Al.'ont to Es tahlish 'omiili'ti- ' 'oiitroi t Pj-ic.'s oi All Aiti-lt-s X"i-h l in Pic ( 'oiilu t ol' th- War A PEOUPATJOX (!' POOP SPPPEV Svsiriii WJii.-h Will Pl.i.c "Private AlTiiirs I'l.-lc I.npcrial 1 1'rci-t ion I- Xo in Course of Prcj.-i aratioii at P.eriin ! I ASSOCIATED PKKSH t.ISPATI'Hl Cl-rni.lN. July is. The War drain eolnpa li . which for I h- j.asl six Inontll. ; has ha.l charge of the nrali- of f 1 M'.li-S ill I'rils-ia, is to .lisapp-ar sho.ll,. l will be sup. rse.l.-.l by a entr.il bo.lv acting: uieh-r the ihr.-rliuii of the nn- ..-lial -I nin nt an.l c.i n p.. .1 1 1 1 : 1 liumli-rs of projil. -i s and .11 - sinners. The main nuriM-.e j;i p, ,,,. ,.,,., , e,.oiioini.- war machinery .,(rjn.r t1(. ...... h.rwst ..ir ...,.... ,i j . .(S -.-cards thi- I j x i r iir .; m.xiniuin i,rj,-,.s tll,, th enrol of the food siippIv ti,.. ..i. ..:,, ..r . i... i-m..;,., , , . .. ........ .. . ' " ie. reports vvi r- pi-s-ni-d by a , ... . , , .. ..... . sid-rnur the mat'-r frotn all ids of v lev., and tin- di-t .i,.i..is-.l the -oia- , ,,.;..,, ..,...,,,,,,..,,,1,1 Th,- d-rioaii . ,v l n m -1 1 1 is ..' hi-- i .arm:.' to -Msbh-h a sv:t. niati.- en- ii,.! of pi i, . - ..f all Is n--es.sa i y to id., end a t of . r. i h.k a I f ma : - t-rs ol this Kili.t out ol in- n in.s .a ii,,. iiiiv .tat,.'. I ia, ii ah all raw materials and half -finish. -I .is are already li ii.l- to conl is. at i.,n. but the machinery for r spdal n; pre-; is in.,d-.u;.1e and it is n,-.-siry to istablish soin- ad at- m-aiis of chkinp' .' V Sl-Uial I- iff It, lo for. prices upward. This is I.. I don- through a . i-itr.l court of arl.it rat k.i,, BYGOVERIEN vvbi.h is to ...tile all ii-.. I ! .on- pi i-e lhat the ( ,. nil a i; : a re Lot th- .iinintr th- valiu- of tp.o.ls. Whil- it ' ba ih. 1 1 ia ns'' th-y had b.lie.ad thrill C a. iii, it t I lhat war pri. -s must in to he. itably I hi:;h r than I ca. - pri- . ' II: try Anninu, a. M..nlr a I b..y, tl oiiri will s-Mle exact p.- what serves as vv-ll as any other nt-nil -r an hi .,f profit is permissible of the little t'loiij. t.. describe ih.-ir in f th- reports pr-..-nt-d to th.. f.elinus as they now loaf about ir. Prussian diet l.v ils sp-'ial .-..tnniittei. cap! tv it v . on the ecoie. mi- outlook -had to .1.. "There :: n't any ,ue.-l ion," he said, with th" in. In. t rial situation It em- 'bin thai we all have ha.l to revise phasi--. th- import in.-e ..f ......I and our ..pinion al t the d-rmans. iron pi--..!: cli-n a -s d.-.iiv- m-siis of 1h..uih not all ..f us vv .-r- prepared ., ex.it hilt political influence. ( l-itiia n.v . believe all we had heard and r-ad it was explained, was abb- by draw - aloiit them. The worst thins; a host iii-T on Ih- I'.oh-ian supply -f cal to b-iinr in a prison camp is the illic it, v. nt her neutral neighbors from I.f- tivitv. ami for that the dermar.s nat loucni,' 4'titirely depend, nt on KriL-land. nrailv ate lot responsible. (',,.,. revrr. is the foundation ,e ma II : 1 f a . 1 1 : re of explosives, a. 'cor- ,i,.:r to the r-p-rt, and in manv wavy serves the 111 nav v . -t vital needs f the Th- iron industry is e.iiallv itn- iMiitant. a . . old i nir to tin- committee, Sin-e Ih.- b.sriniin.ur of Hi- war tin- produ.-tioii of ir..n ore has lecn in- n.r. creased by about one million tons a j "Hut mail. money and packatt-s month, and thi' maniif o t in e of fin- corn, regularly and reasonably .pii.k ished iron :iiol steel has been doubled, ly. We ail have to admire the th,,r- ? this increase Ih.-re rs se products. 'f,.r the manufacture of shells has Pern laruer th.lll anv one dr.-alll-d possible before Ih- war" Hul. in the words of the report, "it has been proved that we can supply all the labor thai is noces- ....... .i,i,',.t o, w ,v ,l,ioitti"l.itr the str.-ni.-ili of th-nrniv. I' also has been proved Hint del-many can i;et over all the difficulties caused by I he i interruption of imp.. rial ions of raw materials, an.l we are confident that -alr-n -t-z-vcaw WEATHER TODAY WASMINOTo.N, I . Aiizotia: Cloudy. July is.- BUZZING REFUGEES PARIS. July IS Twice within a we-K th.' business quarter of the Ru- .1- i 'hatc-iudiiii has been in vaded by strange lefinrees from northern 1-rn nee- swarms of bees. whifli followed their ipieen, bei;a n ) to bant; in cluster from one of lampposts. Presumably they had been driven from their former home by the ceaseles.i hurricane of lire,- smoke and explosion. When the firs! visit occurred, the police sent for a scientist from the I zoo. who arrived Willi the usual I eiuip;noril for enliciiiK bees into a I hive, but the visitors turned a deaf I ear to ihe lime-honored wiles and I stuns a few of the too curious pub- I lie. Then the firemen were sent for. I but it was finally decided (hat it I would he better to suffocate the j I bees than to scatter them by means ( of a stream of wateP. Accordingly I thev were subjected to a poisonous I t-'.-.s which reduced lliem to insen- nihility and enabled th- specialist j from the ;',n.i to .sweep thein uw:iy i'. a bucket. ! Two days later another swarm I arrived in theamo place and were I similarly dealt with. j -T- INDESCRIBABZ OF BA TTLE S TOR Y Of-the EiPh l.'ovales. 'raek ('uiatli.ui Pc:;ini..it ol' 1 KM) Men Only Thirty srv ii A re A live aii'! Ti'cy Are Prisoners T I 1 1.' i i oio vinvu iirj.iiL I. .!.- OE 'niEIP A LP 1 1 - l-'reiH-ll Vel-c a I )isa 1 t )ol I it - incut, Pel-ians (iood l'':-litcrs Put. l!ic Asiatt-.sv and Ori'ii1als Were Pink ( 'ou ai tls fASSOr-IATKU pliKSS ntSPA r. : n dokTTINOKN, deiniany, Julv Is. I.ile ill rVhrii.ary the 1'ilth Kovals one of the crack Canadian r.-y im-ni s, lino Ml.UUi, hit - Alonir-al. CO lollle foi MiiKlaml an.l the Kieal l-.u r. .pea n war. I.i-ss than loir inonilis lat-r, afler w-elsNin the liaii.-hes at Vpr.-s, oniy tairt y -s v -n of tlios.. lion ln-n w.-ri-l;iiown to It-main alive and they are pi isori-rs in th fr-at militari' i-atiit. here. I V CI pi.VV CI e.l by I lie fja-es wafted .vvatd I i-i r posit i. -ns le:-.erte,l l,v olored troops su. d to .me t. s'MM'ort. all but dc.aniaied by the deadly derhian lire, the little band '' four n..n -i-ominissiori-d ofii.-rs and pnvat.-; was easy pr.-y. Hefore Ih-v r-taiiid on.s.-ioiisn- tln'V vvela- in cai.tivitv i TI.- , I, i ,-t v--.-v- a I ,:.., h ,, v . ,- ., ;.. , . . . may nave -s. ...-d and may stilt Pe ,..., ; , i :, Th-y vv-r- on the outskirts of I h - (-as columns that sw-pt ..y.-r th- lr lli.-v 1 with , I,.. , r 1 1 '. s I.-, all th-v did not hav- to!"orts ..nd ...,olls. breathe th' noxious fumes in their! f u 1 1 str.-i.mh. M i u ol th.-en ha v - as . t not be. n ..eie to e.a a i -ii.-- it c. .mill a n I. a I ion wnii their families in far-oif I'anaila. and! are rud sure whether mother:-, wives and sisters know that they have es- -a p-d ih-aih. The m-n portray lb- fmht at Vpr-s as ,,n- ..f iii.-;;.iaba t.le horror; tb-v chafe al ol.fllK'tllelit a ad the lack of assurance that K.u.l.ni.l is wiin.iuv: they .-.pl.-.s in vary in ilear-es :a.r- "The f 1 I. nr. thoiisjli as a mat in, .iiotoiioii :. I for one . 1 1. ) . I , 1 1 1 1 though I itian- t.r .f colli-: haven't an,- aKe to get a a....,! many extra things from I'itmlan.l P. pice- ..ul with. I imairiiie that the man who hasn't any friends and who doesn't K. t any ex- Iras does a certain amount of mffer- oui;hne.-s of the derman system 111 vontic hero. Those of us who are able lo take matters piiiios.ipincaiiy appre- ciate that, I lKillr.lt heins plisoners of war is far from b.-intr a joke, we are well treated on the whole. Those who are the least unhappy are the ones who are able t., sit back, con- fideiil that iiu!ai,l is fioinrr lo win :md thai this ca n't . la "I forever." Another member of the Fifth Royals f-'ave a brief -litnpse into the relations atiioinr the allies. lb- said: .lish .and Canadians it has been, tin latter two who have had to bear the blunt of the work. J 'The Pelians. on (he other hand, lave proved the finest little fighters in (he world. If the l-'rench were any- where near as trood. with their num I hers, the war would be over." "What do vim people think of the 1 colored troops'.'" the I 'a nadia n was I asked, as two oddly clad soldiers, I black as ebony and speakinic a hor I lible jariron of i-'rt nch, sauntered by I the barracks. Phey're cowards. At Ypres they sent up a lot of these so-called sol tilers to relieve us. and they promptly lurhinl ami ran. We had to shin. I a lot of the hei.;-i;ars- ourselves to pre "V -nt d - moral iza t ion." I Aside from the fifth Royals the :. -.vidian troops now imprisoned at OoelUnKen belomr to the 4sth II iRh - landers of Toronto and the Second I 'tiffs. There are approximately I -a of the former left out of the original' 1 luffs. REGISTRATION IN INDIA .works have been transformed inlo a the buildings where the shells are f associatkk pkkss dispatchI ': hrisi 1 i n.yr arsenal. New buildin,::: have made. So strict are the mea'-nres CALCUTTA, July IS. A new act of shot up from the ground like mash- taken that workmen in the nmJt bli the Singapore legislature requires all rooms and the busy . ha miners resound portanl shops p.-t in only by password persons of Hiilish nationality between the ayes of eighteen and fifty-five to leprister themselves for the purpose of military training-. A similar scheme is also proposed in Ceylon, where the importance of having a militia force is emphasized by the recent occurrence of surious native riots. OF SUR Vi TOR I LIQUOR SMUGGLER KILLED I NACn, Jul'.' IS. In a rai.l on a Mexican ealni near h-l e Iiepiil y 1 Sheriff New-ll ! Saas Men.lo.a, : other M-Xi-allS. Ions of whiskey shot an.) killel irel arr-ste.l two A him. ll-. I );al ;inl tries.-;.! were I :ieiZe,l. The shootim; r.-snlle.l w hen ; ! U'-xi-nns .-i-i-i . i, j A sear, h was inst it nt -.1 an.l other j I Mexicans are believed t. I... ini M plh alcl m a ,-ons.ira. -y to ;:inui- - OUTCH AT SEA ABOUT WORTS SINCE THE WAR A Peiutalio'i is Ofi'.-red .i A ! 1 1 ( 'ollt Cllt i' ill ''S That Tlit'ic is E1eiisiv Sini'.oo liii'4 from lloll-'.iii In1o (icrutinv associatkp )REsa DtsPATCtl Tilt: HAi:i'l:. July is. -In the ab- ii. r .IctMilc.l wt:,titi,-al sl..lll ill Holland ii is ini I o.-sibl- to say ii..vv I , a urai- ai. the l-j.ui 'nsl'sli iofl l"i-n.ii jnibli.-a, ions I slit i nc the.-fl-.t of the war oil '.III '1'l.e truth of the matter accordim-- to t he d-pari in. i.i . ,f lot .-it: n .-oin.n r. - i n .., n. .an ii - ' ' ' i"" '-' '.' .., , land ii.tiM.it. ! -r -.ported Holland is 1 r trad i iik nut i y. r ' i , A few items bi.e tea pa., top I I or "' .lu'.v. it h-rv, i.- e pract ic; 11;. , v -rv I h i ia; ca n be l-toul.t iplo tii- country J r of duly. ,.fih. total amount of pppoi I-- Hollall.l A,lirll;;t. T,,.v talk to-eth.-r in btil ri"v' ' i. iii.i-d iiioi- than a t-nth pari. r, ,,,,. in ,,-,,- .i(.,., ei, cimr ovi-r Ai.asi oi ia- na.ie v.a- oi a I ransitor..- liati:,.. I'lolll ali parts of the World ,, f,t in: .dies -f the f-ar of that con coo.ls v. or- broiiKl-t to I mi. h p.,, is and ,,,, 1:, ,:., ,-i -ilia ie - t., whi-h th-y -. w-r- s-r.t on b;. tail p. d rmanv, ku:s j ji.,v.. been suiij-cT. sia. Austria and S .-. il zi-rla nd. Th-ir tail; .iu-t now is all -f th- Statist!, s ,,f r xp .rio vv-r- la pt but p;-,, p, I annexaiioii -f I'-lprium by sin. - ii-. body rr. at .,f a war w hi.-li i m : ny. v.hi.h th-y are -..nvin .-d i-t wotil.l tips, t the liiup. fibii.- of mod- ji-tij.. i,i. They claim that thi - is a ern lile ih. v w-r,. p., k-;a iii il-iail n-vv ri pressivc measure on the p., it and th- total .amount ,.;' -.: i - v. lie Ii of th- invaders- that I!. -li'tum , . ros.-cl tia- luii-h Ifonti-!- into d-r- .'.nne-d and b-com- tli'i--l.y an ,n- many was p. v. This . ans-d a otllble.sk of Ih. knew in sp-, i; i, a i !y in, iiti,.p-d. curious : ii : st i inn a t ti:- war. Th- "ov riim-nt i.il vvav bow i -!t i! imported. Ji als,, km ,v in th- sam- vaaue fashion th.. t-tal ;.m...:i,t of .x- ports. Hv subt i.i . i in- ,.n- fi-in the ..th-r il ex-l.f ete.l to ,i 1 1... aini.lilil of main ami wb-at and beer and butter whi-h remained in M..U..I..1 for the consiimi.tion ,,f the 1 de. siaii-ii, ii.a-ev..,. ,1., v, ...... ... oh. v th- la v. s of ma I h, 111:. I ics for il was found that th- Hut. h 1 pi- en. iinie.l mm h mcr. than the difference which was th- r-siilt of this ,,ifi. ial subtrac tion. St a t i.-: i.-ia ns are s-riotnls WorkdiV upon th. A).il.em but Ih- war has u -S' t ever;- ( st al dished w a - of liv ini: to stn-li an extent thai th- pr, Idem is n..t an easy one. Cor example instead ru f-edir.K: an urban population .ioia:.' chores in offices and liv in:: the lives of rinks, the K"Veinm.ht now has to .,.,, ,,,,,, a mniio,, s..!.i..rs .imim- nam ,,USJei.1Si whose storv of then- ':il:or at .I,::.-,,,:: ai ,1 mar. hint: and the f,.,,, s,.,cd almost impos-ibtc of entire diet has bc-n npsel. Then ihe ,.,;,,, w:.s b..,e -ut bv th- .!. - Belgian refugees have come inlo the t,:, wjth it V,-1S fnied, res 1 - country by Up. hundreds of thousand-' t:-11t; u,f. country ..v. r which they had i nobody knows exactly how nianyi and mm),' their wav they cat different IliitiLks from what 1 he j 1 e. . 1 1 1 were siill in th- full iirif.Ttn Hollander does. ,,f i;-;-ia,i private soldiers which th-y Put in other ways th- Hul. li slatis- j. . , .7 neither b n aid- to chance tel lies a.; printed in the I'.ritisli and (,. disguise durit;:: their fli-hl. Aith Fr neh papers ,o not i:ive a ch ar idea t'leir trousers thrust inlo hii;h boots ..f what actually happ. ns. Il is often ami the conspicuous, round, kha.ii lints claimed that the imparls from America lu rched on th- side of their heads, have increased bv leaps and bounds, they were unmistakable as f tras Ih. v This is .juite true. P.ut in the first cnld be seen. They spoke not him: Place the old import tout- bv vvav of but Rus--iaii. Yd they told the A - (Continued 011 Pace Kit-'h'o (Continued on I'atre Kiht) The Essen Of America Activity at Bethlehem (Special to The Republican) Sol'TII PKTHI.KHUM Pa. .li ly is. A capacity of fifteen ca 1 loads of projectiles and cannon has been reach- 1 ed bv !le l'.t l,l..l.m t eel , . . , ,o .-. r, - ; " ..., .... ' 'S(.,, T,,is ,,, (.ljlv , ' ,,'f the ir.llnil men employed al the Holh- lehem works. N'ishl and day the busy huin Roes on unceasingly, and Schwab within the space of six or civ-Jit months has established a record that rivals the famous Krupp of Hit- many. Pram a coininou steel mill, Ihe before the root; ale compiled. I ; Since June 1 some 'fiiMi carl 'ads have been sent westward to Yumou-or for shipment lo Russia. There a re 17, Russian officers here constantly, for inspection of the material. An- other fifteen I reiich military officers are watching the making of muni- BELGIANS FLEE FROM THE RAID OF OPPRESSORS Expect ino th- Aimeyai i'.ii ol' Their 'oiu.try to (o r many and Their Impress ment Into Military Ser vice of That ( 'oimt ry TAKiXO (plFPi;!-; OX EXCPISH SOIL !.'ef:!o;ccs .Joim-i; Py Pii li h. I' rciK ii and Pu.s s'ians Who Havt Escaped the i?,ila!b-e of (luar ls at A i i I i 1 ;i t- Prisons I t ASSOCIATi:;, PI.I5- .! niRPAT.'Hl I I'. VIMS, Jul-. Is... Scarcely a I,., I-:. Holland f..r i;n;,land tli-::e da'.:; w ithout ii;.; com inuei it of r,-lj.;ia!is of rnihlar.. aK. who hav- evaded tip. .re.;isir itiou of ail male H-ltjians cap-aid- of he ii 1 .11 HIS o,'. ..,j.led b., t a- d-Mii 'ii ;i ut hoi ii ie:; in H. lei.nn. Manv , f th-in ai- -n their vvav t.. i ielaii.1 to '.voik in lie- niiinilions fact. .Ill -', Mliile tho-'f who at tia. l.e tiinnilnr of Ihe war v.eie calleii to the iil'.r;'. and . n account of the :-p, .-, v.ilh winch Hi.- invasion ,,f Helium V...S ac olllpli.-ii.'il Wi le pita!,;.- , ,e ..polel lo th- call pre -I, route to join 1 ic li-liin army in 1 '!;-n.l. rs. Anions" th- foi m-r th-l- ar- vatioiis "'""I -a i i UK luls ol . , 1. , -d lap- ii !h-ir bu I toidioi-s -i- j.niied t, II. -ir ilothPn; some purpl. ; some irv- . n. iia- v-llov,, bv t!i- r-j.r-... ni at iv - : of !:- lliiti-:) tiiuiii! ions fuij.s who .11 t, .'iiplo;. ifi-m in;.y i- p p ,.- th-ir m-n .r th-ir vvom-n, a;- I la- c p-..- na I for many of these f pip. vvorla r ; in th- manufacture of aia,.,m-i,t. ate w om-n Tli..-;.' who are it. .in;; f.,r s..d -i-.; -i i - K-iioiaily younirer in.-n. in th.ir ii I;. t-.v -nti-s f-.r t h- rn..: I nan Th-v i .. . , . i,..,., i ,p,. n ,,,,,.1, ..,..1 ...... eobcr d and sadd-n-d b; what ha, passed in t'.-ir cotintrv since I t .;.;,. s,, .aid, r ' ..-..nstant lv. una! I i.i t-u-ral part of the d-rman empire, all r-liri.nis of military ata- will !- caile.l upon to serve in the .b-rtnan annv. and oil refusal to do so will be treat". 1 as d-rinan de--. iters K..r ibis r-a-.n they say. fv-ry U.-lyian .f niili'arv a"- n-vv rem:, in i lur in the stri-i.-i count rv is makimr desperate efforts t. 'sca.e before the exj ' "' '"' proclaim-d. ' '" ' " h boat, als, t ed a n n- 1 1 ion may be f. i i T l 1 generally r iiior- prison-rs of v.ar who has .-scaped from one -f the derman prison camps, of vvhi.-h a f-w are not far from th- Hutch b,,rd-r. V..-.-I of tlie.-e are Creti-h, w ho.-e lan Kiiair.' l.eintr the same as that of hp. -i I', ltr ins renders their fliu'lit thr.e ah lYU'ium less dilficull. Hut occasi- n a!!y there are Ktllislimen left I" bin.! ia tii- I's'-I ret real from Helium and r-mainin'-c in hi.liiiL; ev a-r since, or es caped directly from a military prison (nice in a while there is a Kus-i:,n The Associated 1'r-s correspondent n.ade th,' journey with two such tions for France, and ten Publish ..('- fuers are inspectim; munitions tin. Yr Ih- contracts with that country, Shrln seers are halted a half mile f:-,,n, 111., .-looping virrl .V I:, II ,, r, ,,... ,,..'',..i ,;ve.,t' ,i,.,.ia ,,ir , in, f, .mis 'an impassable barrier around the work. Unifotinel guards are al Ihe irntes, and id rid nieasui .-lie hcinfT taken at;ain -t sp.. work and maniacs. A stpiad of one hundred detectives is maintained by the company. They are sprinkled over the plant, the niajoril y of them in and ident i , iea I ion. Mr. Schwab personally declines to have a guard and declares he is min.l- ing his own business. Il is common -ossip thai cianks have tried to gd into the plant, and that each mail brings sc ires of threats arain-l the Ics' arsenal.