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cm EDITION JuiflTY SIXTH WM I VXXXVH. N". II. TEN PAGES. ROUE SECTION ONE Pages 1 to 6. IMIIv In t H ollll. , 0 1.5C. CITY EDITION PRESIDENT HIS (IT INTIMATED SITUATION IS NOT CRITICAL ierman reply docs npl give a in ex plicit assurances on the subject, tin' actual practice ,,f Herman submarine commanders in the last month hai been to visit neutral ships and tn five warning to belligerent mer chaatmen, thus enabling cwws to be transferred to boats in case destruc tion of ,i . net ,,s ( prize is determin ed tinon. Consul General Washington at Liverpool toda reported su h an Hist a net. The American ship Normandy was approached by a Gorman submarine whoea commander examined the ship's papers an. i allowed her to pro coed notwithstanding that the vs.-. i carried a cargo of lumber which is on the German contraband list The Normandy's crew War readied three Americana who were aboard the Rus sian ship Leo which was sunk Of ficials here could not determine from Ihe meagre advices whether the Am their small boats or whether the) Were first removed n the Normandy before the belligerent ship was dt - THAW S CASE I S COMPLETED Bl STATE; TRIES TO DANIELS' PLAN VILLA FORGES TO GET CORNER the capi ure of Qu r, General obreaon wi RUSSIANS AWAIT MOVING TOWARD HYPNOTIZE FLINT ON INVENTIONS CITY OF MEXICO L AUSTRO-CERMAN MEETS APPROVA FROM THE NORTH southward Irapuato i naauter sdvloei to at Harranl i IT ' 'ill i i ! Ilentej Hr I Jotfente i .hi ii from Ran Jot proof thai the telegrap: w hlch would not P. the !, indl ol hostile ton en till IMU'I IS ATTACK; BALKAN CRISIS IMPENDS Alienist Offtcia With )ND BELir.Fi Spteftdid Respoi Steadily in,,., m; WAR OR PEACE NOW DEPENDS UPON TEUTONS have Instructioni . without warning JURY'S VERDICT TO I OTHER NOTABES MAY COMMUNICATION WITH BE RETURNED TODAY' BE ASKED TO COME IN VERA CHUZ REOPENED, Umdon .mi 13 i la, the Uembna cot i hronl l I hat irti 1 1, I. grimmest engagon 'if the present policy of the Qerman tin-1 submarine commanders is continued the neirt note ol ihe United States nj'i wiih its emphaili assertions of an In- I Physicians Propusil ISlt'l the terrible spectacle Ihe hutttefleli Initial work oi throwing forecs aroun , i hi Baba, oi ( Ihe strong! si fori GOVERNMENT TO TAKE COAL STRIKE IN HAND I ittte Mine than Usual Can nonades and Attacks ami i Counter-attacks Is Reported I From Western Wai Zone. ho regard I merely a ii Nll.ri JOUKNtl. SPCCIAl LCtSIU WIR igton, July 13. The i nnouni cment of t he imm a of President Wilson toi j. With th situation thai ha- ' J ' etween Germany and the tales came tonight In a tele-.,., im Corntah, N. tt, to Secre-; '''' unity , stating that t he preai aid return to Washington 1 III; I. II. VIS I i IV t : MtM ii policy 10 ,1 he has as of Secretar! ' cted during the afternoon, iium liic- Hypnotta rower. 'he White 11 inlmout approval to i Inventors end ti to statements appearing! '"' i"' " irning newspapers witiii'n ins Btudj looa) he attitude of the pree-1 latest Qerman no the reply of tin lerman warfare, lnnn iguln the hypnotise him. Judge HcndrieK n iibmaiine :-arded Ihe alienist with some inlet H'.lll tit Vs lit Is ill III I' I.'. II I. ashlngton, .1 uly 1 3. Qenei 1 ill., telegraphed Enrique ' Ulo ente, his repreeentatlve hart to Ight, thai Querotaro, eight) miles wrth of M. xleo City, hud leen Partisans 01 . d ai 1 in repui was abou! to II io an j one In 1 ugaln was active bombarding the 1 it ittsh rl 'hi w ttn sh Us. man of w hlch failed to itplode s TATE MILITIA eeenl sit' teen minutei The at empnasu statement, id at him court's gov restore nni 1H li elar for fit' I WOl w a:- be hold this morning and deri llloll noli 1 ii.. tantl Male Mil II to g 1 liin he eiosest attention, keeping t in touch with the secretary and with aver source that low tsghl 011 the situation. Don as the SOcretar of slate v i.oth maturely considered in.n, I shall gi Washing- into personal conference ni with the cublnel and ill be as prompt an a as uossiblc of the pur- t el'lin tl i earnei Presldi icing' t w Iduals urged tin Intend mond nt of Matteawan, n nd 1 r. Bay that ! fined : by ntng ana Admirals They and months been de eiopnn nl if the no I that Keiiei president lh mod, it the senders ' io .-ti nd a codicil had cause In was i 11 HMIl e. reasona hie presenl time asked Depu- iiiind on the 1 he did not Qerman rsplj nnd lew the situation as high officials In nil from the prest- in playing golf and autom Immnlt) ker adm nity (he lo in WANTS NATIONAL GUARD BROUGHT mderstood, as s reauit i ens .ni of varying Interpretations ol n ts from 1 'ornish of the ov cU 's inteniions. Situation Rpgnwletl Grave. 11 fil ial opinion here continued I" trd the situation us grave. Seere- Uansing ahd other members of cabinet who are here hold this , hut are kIvIhk no Intimations low they think the problem should a..,n ii'iii, vi r i.HiisiiiL. and his slants have been ennvoaalng the ire field of law and policy pre- ted by the Qerman note and the 0 ., 1 -- sident already had reeehed some SeCUl ity LftagUC UP TD STANDARD Committee pr ml witneia answerln had been tendency oi w II uess I'epl led. Ing trial. ho observed no law during thp 11 while on the persisted In questions after objections raised by 'tis Counsel. This h staled was Indicative id pi in had In a vers short time does not know the far epi rimontal work done rjrlffln, Strauss and Ttt 1 1 their assistants bavi toi Studying every new broughl "in by the war In Europe, ami alreud) they IwVi rot trlhuted to Increased naval effielehey. They will b given addltlonfil expwrts In am en thi- development work they have heen doing with ability and BUCCe To Make AnooaiK'eineiii Noon. "The sideeti d the members of ihe advisory eoinmitieo requires care ful thought, but I hops Io announce them shortly. "With sir. Bdlnon so wllllngl; and eheerfullj responding to my reo,uegt, i feel Mire thai the advisory council, when the nanus are all selected, will hB l omnose.l of men of such ornnii ru n, as Io inako the COuntr) I'UIOll. I , don el (the Km., and two or i in or engagements In which also claim victory. io in rnU Itodollo Pleri Callllto KrVes, who W charge of the fmve thai (Jiieretaro, will proceed in march towards the capital, cording to th in lal repc Jmal what the exact locatli READ! TO SAVE LIFE OF FRANK )vernoi oi Georgia lakes Prompt Measures to Pro tect I He Convicl From rhreatened I vnehing, tool. their i in claims to in ago south 1 nod 1 Aguas Callentes, 11 announced, panics of stale mllillii at Macon were si 1 hi Id ii ' heir armory tonight in readiness to proceed to the MUI edgevllle stale farm where l.eo M Frank w confined Governor Harris I announced the action aftar reports j h in been Circulated thai an effort was on foot Io lynch frank. Heads (0 Mlllndgevtlte from Atlanta. Miiricita and other towns are guarded I lOtulnn, July 1 .' 1 1 11 i I p W I I n the east the operations are entering a new phase, the Uriaslsnf having been succcssfiii in their counter-offensive I against the Austria ns In the region of I Krasntk, Tiny have taken new pa i- dions in the hills to the nm lh of that town and apparently are waiting for the Austra Qermans to make u inov I It is not Xpected that this will he long delayed for Qtneral von slacken en has had time to receive reinforce ments and supplies of kuiin ami am munition for his next (-real effort to secure control of the Lublin-Cholro railw av ! The Balkan situation is ami in In the I timelighl is a result of ihe disclosures thai the Austro-Qermans have offered j Rumania alternative concessions, elth 1 1 mtlnue neutral or Join with the QermanlC allies Confidence HMI oreaaed In Brlttoh, Kronen snd (tai in circles that the Balkan stales will no! Irtln the Auslrn-tli'nnaiis. hut 11 li coneldered likely Utal owing to iii failure of Russls to hold Qaliela and I BukoWtnai 'hey mighl decide to I'' ! main neutral ' if course, success by the allies iii the 1 nird, in, lies, where the) are unofriciaiiv reported lo have ned further Turkish tranche aid , hane the situation n alier 1 ..ih. a., Ullancc I II Is also said thai lb' former flroek nremler. Rleutherlog Venleelos, in mi- Hi ipatl .a "i his return to power, has arranged to reorgantee the Balkan el lllance, . . r which he yviiH the initiator. m 'i nlseios has boon a supporter of Ihe entente allies, and. in event of Midi reorganisation, 11 is guewted feel bad jiiilKineid. I lie witness said,,,,.,, i- nnMihl for the liunniii Ihoiinht Thaw was su i'feriinr from I ... i.,r ,., ,i,.vlse w ill be dev ised for our By the creation of this ma na suggestion will be over Ideas Impracticable In their bui which contain the germ of rbirily, with a Judge Hendrlelc nt dad tO know how il pie put on the stand to Ihe mon th he ight statement from tne wmie made it apparent ihat the ettt has definitely abandoned a of summoning Mr. tinalng summer capital. This program ms to the secretary's desire in ihe problem seriously and form in conclusions before excliung- ews im the president, it is (1, however, llinl Mr. U lleoe turn here the last of the week lat the subject "ill b laid be lie cabinet next Tuesday. 1 abioei i- ITnananoM), lihasi has been laid in official meaning Hint the ae firm definition Of Am whs under-estimated, in be gathered here, the s advisers pfC Ihe belief that correspon-submarine Warfare has arrived, and thai if the American govefflrhenl is not to re cede from its previously announced position on Ihe principles involved. Ho. nexl note musi convey more m e is pointedly the purposes Oi the l ulled Slates in the event of further "liimns of Ameriian rights in the war zone. list what ihe United States should siy with reference to nermanys re- Should Nation Be Dune to Prepare tOI je e 1 oust It lit paranoiac trend this point demi was Ihat Ihe pi as alienists disagreed lal condition of Thaw "I think I can exp in-. Baker, "ir a mai fever everyone knows the doctors may disagree n ason." nr. Kleb agreed with that Thaw was suffering stltutional Inferiority with nolac trend. Tin only evldam e of this be had noticed during the trial, be declared, was thai Thaw's replies on the witness stand were somewhat rumbling and Incoherent nnv y . chlnery looked. deli, lis posalbh is sick, as to ret olutlonary Improt erne scrntlnlzi d bulb bv our own xperts and by in 11,. peculiarly fitlt 1,111 tecttng posaibllltiea in iUggestion the ,,iS kind. of normal conditions in Mexico Clt; by Ihe newly esl.i Idished CarranU all thorltteg is going rapidly forward, ac oordtag in advices to the unite depart' 1111 nl today. Reopening of the cable floln Mc Ico City in Vcia 1 'ru7. was announced in u message received from Consul (Ii neral Hhanklln at Ihe capital ami fi.uii era 1 rus r de ,1,1 seri para- nt MORNINS JOURNAL V LI ; New fork, July II. Tl 11 enl of Hn national guard , limit of efficiency making !,,,, effective school tor i course of stud in the pu Hu Htelnmeti one of 1 11 1 mi electrical Maxim, inventor and explosives, Orvllls 1 wo brothers who led uggeated to Mi nembers of III ,. of Charles I world s authurl nglneerlng; , ml maker Write th. THUNDFR SHOWERS LOWER I EMPERATURE world in aeroplane flights; SI n Uike, SUD- marine inventor, LWll Mxmi, ship builder and formei naval officer, Al exander Qraham Bell, Inventoi of ihe telephone; John iias Hammond, Jr . and II A. t'essenden, radio coniinuiU chHoii aanarta: .1 II. Walk. 1, sdltOI chool 1 the iart of fflclal tin da Washington, Jul predictions for the tomorrow issued by nan today Include Rocky mountain 1 will find ilia nimous dial 11, ,1111 runt'. Io th between is and 46 years of age, mniii the matters urged m the pon issued today bv the milltlij mlllee OI llie iiniiuiin,! The committee has .in inv rstlgatlon of the n the L'ntted Stat, n p.nd of supply Ing them, Im lab- i" the state mllitl Th.- better pultun who join in Ibis n i" the statement issued Kions: Wiilelv are prob 111 per I In r w , ek beginning v ihe weathat bu- ami plateau re-i thunder showers ;er portion of thej it ores considerably orthern sections, j s SRI CREA HEROISM if Amen, physical training and states, should be a p T ON RATTLE LINE nliflc magasloe nd lor of note: and a SCOfe of many of them former navy now in private life. i .himiii- High tffkwrt From Hear Admirals Taylor ami Qrlffln, the seci . tary SOUghl opinion as lo how h could be given i he greeteei val will discuss the subject also v reoentty created advisory oouai ii meetg next Thursday. Attention was called today to in of congress prohibiting the accept bj tin- government of voluntarj v icch. As then is no provision remuneration fr the proposed in was simnested that law m'ghl P whose ' dltoel train sen ice had been resumed Hid that supplies for Mexico City if , were belnn forw arded. (pnerai Carransa, in s meeaage lo r. i his Washington agents tonlghl telling lejol the capture of Mexico 1 1 V , Stated .'thai ho bud sent lo the capital by special train all the personnel fOI the Hudson I departments of the treasury, interior, of guns I postoff iae, thai his government w a s one of engaged in sending provisions to the citv, and thai "ample guarantees would be given to evervbody, whether native of foreign." With Hn- reopening of the cable k of the fighting around Mexico and lis r vacua l nm by (he .a forces aie licKlninnK to be re in inv en del: I City pal-1 then , ecu pai I d. de id Ihein I 9rl in l 1, sh sliolllc on' mile if- tl'it cl-vslalllHed definilelv i ' quartera. Suggestions an- heard the Qerman govarnmenl might be lined thnl Ihe United SHit's in led lo continue to press for a Set tent of the case and would keep nnstantly to the front as a diplo ic issue of prime iiiiportanee be 'ii the two countries, lie general view in official quart 1 1 thai irrespective of what course lid he followed in the Lusitanla I, a statement of the purpose ol l luted States to assert its rights notwithstanding (lermany's inhibi i imis on the use of belligerent ships by Americans seems most likely to bp W ids in Ihe next nolo. That such ac tion would not necessarily lead to h rupture in relations is generally rec ognised, unless an overt OCt or fla Kjraot Violation of the principles for which the VnitPd States han been 1 ontf-nding should ensue, Hfficials point out thai while (lie luring mllltars aaurea , for nt ittawa, i he latest p report when reuulri new maV Hi nbjecl of these mid lie lo pro- ,n of which, ater aim'' end -pecdily hi ti.V ilh lie Ihe ITALIAN PLAN TO DECOY SUBMARINE WEATHEH IXREX'.ST. Washington. July I :i. Now Mex Ico; Partly cloudy Wednesday ami J tempera t ore. CV MORNlNd JQUHSAL irtCIAl Washington, July I '' The Austro- Hungartaa embassy tonight gave out the following dispatch from the for eign office al Vienna: About the first f Jnh a Greek nun nt war perceived a small steamer off Ihe Island of Turns f lv ing the Crock merchant flag and. as 1! WOl acting SUSpidOUaly. stopped it. It h ad h a disRulse a Cargo of h .v. hhh concealed the real cargo of beOalne. The Steamer declared itself as be longing to the Italian navy and hoist ed the Italian hattl flag in plan- ..f the llreek flag, which 11 had previous ly displayed. This is sMerod M Ian nieii, we. l ... I nrd Qerman submarines were to se l misled and thus destroyed.,' division since Ihe and throughout th is i ice. ml of hard work trenches and given tnstanoei Sir Max A it ken, , Hn Canadian 1 given mu today, ! is of ihe Canadian ! attle of si. JuHeti month of May. ii III the I of colli - i go and I'l'sourcef ti Iness in attack. When two companies of the Hix- i teenth battalion, on the evening of j May 2", Wen- Ordered to atlai k' the orchard," they advanced .staadity, the j report states, through u torrent of. Shrapnel, rifle and machine gun fire j As they reached "the orohurd." they I i nioiinier--dade.il. w.i dip Ii. backed by a hedge, bill Without. lo-sita t lOti they plunged through the ditch aggt neKOtlatad the gaps in the lu1ge. i in the same ev ening the Tenth bat talion attempted to capture a German fortified position which the Hiltkh In- telltgence a. part mem had gamed P bill, but ihe attack failed The lead in libs of the front company were all shot down and the battalion retired. Karly on the morning- of -May IM. how ever, B hill was U ken. I'p to ihiK time, ,-ir Mux says, tho Iosmoh of the .ufiaoiaii a 10"" cers aud D 0 m it ;il nbst.l t hoi Isatli said he but he t lo avoid "I can a he said ShOUld bl sat Ion." The bill devices must fall the secret reason hi nf a burei ment to will b" confrlcl isk advi ,1 require specifi incress. Mi 0 I examined the ii would i1" with it. n nl whom I h A dispatch to the Stat nt from the Brazilian mu '' elated July ii, was summarised I department in this statement! a fter a prolonged i eslstanco, as Iheir i II i in it 1 1 i I ion permlli tooaj , make, ihe eon ventlonlsts evai uul i t ho i ity. Heeding the strong and con- ",' liniioiis appeals of the Kiaslllan mln- l,lfl ister ami his leading diplomatic col I when leagifes m.i to cany out their threat of fighting in Ihe streets, vengeance im Ct I upon foreigners, etc., they reHrpd very 'tencc Ljuietly wlthoui putting' these meas i,i,, sifset, I'cacoi'iif i kicupaUon. e Carronsa forces," the depart' I statement added, "ate said to n peacefully occupying the city . dei rcc of amnesty Iulk been term for Ihe murder of Mary I'll ig. ml The sc.. Ion of pnrllamenl lodav was after his sentence of death w as com-j marked by a series of moat Important muted bj Governor Rlaton, announcements bv the ministers after the house nf commons bad. ill the I'RJHON M'Tiioiti Ill's sui featlon of Premier Asqulth, who MI,I. ItKHIHT ITTAt'K I moved it In an eloquent speech ' adopted -i resolution expressing grai- ktllledgevllle, Go,, lull II Warden I if leatlon ii the success of Hen. i.ouis Rmlth, ol the state prison farm, stated gothi In conquering German South tcitttgbi thai prison authorities were I yv,.i afrlca, "well prepared" if any attempt were! .ni( ehsncellor of the ssehequer, made t" lynch t rank Kxlru guards! (,K, McKonna. annuunoed thai Mill aie mi duly al the farm, ihe SI 1 1 'si" I plio ns to Ihe new war 1 an . . , . ., , ,. t , si I,,,,! ,,. ached Ihe unoreceilcnted fltUre 'of nearly itino.oBn.oeo rn,ooiMUH, nun i 111,1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i- small sums n -jcelved at I he postofflos Win Onotl sirike Qnblrtv The president of the board of trsde, Walter Bunclmani sraiissd th house jto further cheers by ihe statement thai in vi.w of the failure of the South Wales coal mine owner ami mini i I,, i e n h n n agreement on the wage dispute, ihe povempienl had do elded i" apply to 'he mlnlns Industry the munitions of war sol Thl maki , It an offense to tak Pari In a slrlko Im lockout unless ihe differences ha i 'sported to the board nf trad laud Die hoard has referred the matter I for si moment by one of the methods prescribed i v ihe act. i a y en- serious view is taken f "l" I refusal nf Hi. m i'. I" a, opt a com promts for, even in th face "f the Summary of War News of Y st( nlay forest ami Hie the Germans In gel le con nl i i a I told of iii Hn comma HU .i I Inn The Gorman attacked w iih v i in- road i i n v ii lean as far as Chavauclice, a bombardment in w in, ii isphj lull u cuuntnl an totis ami compel Artillery duels sectors of the II bom bard mi ni ol British positions the German agt phyx luting shells, I' ll II. Il c Ililill Little fighluig v loleni cbarin lei lllg Sheik lien line bent at gov- he vicious attack stopped the Ten their retirement i several uthsr in t'lalice and a n French and y nb mil even before the Iroiibb io sunnlv was effected by lb' for law sibb I and published w hlch i contribute to a I i , , i cation of thai 'I"' belli. OH mil upon I e l le w I llg nil the departmi knlalned. ami contemplate I in atlon of Invention " nd de elop hlch Ihe civilian BgpertS dv laorv board. What offl- ling new rgestlon ; ' 'ti nt llseir.l (At! for that ' telling lone-, dared , SptUl It Ik sal aim Hp order and sli till a il, , I clrciilatto iti iii greatly and Hn- -,i,ii II 1 1 rem h papei . in i n cor will bead Ibis mireaii nas n disclosed; but the name of Hi miral Bradley r lake, attached naval War college, but now on duly In Washington, was In1 mentioned i departmental go d been ar Ad- tn Ho BRYAN EINDS COUNTRY AGREES llllnl II d Hie driving o mm the outlying he water works i b Carranss t Mil General shankiin ii lid thai ten thousand sack i urn a nd all sort were needed The mil the city, lie said, was n ilia Crewtng while Carrgnaa's Die i pllal, I ' ml I - Mexico ay viiim li i Hie SSnpal his bllsln gaieiiii ni and no , battle Hu war char Two have be el nmetil Britain Tti ,i,i made it m i ess 1 1 v for the governmeni n i , , top recruiting In Hie mining' ill ,h" n i. i of Wale lh , Miners llefsrt f 'imnrombss, , I, Tin- crisis first threatened ton' character, months ogo when the miners gme ,,, , m thejnotlo to terminate existing agree all-. Of Hie I on ills on July I, and In lieu of these, thej proposed s national program, glv nun i in" tils ' ing an all-around increase m wag rltlsh am 'The owner objeeted iii eonstderatlon hat Hieat'of the new terms dining llu wat iml hai met ask'-d Hie nut,, n In accept cxililoC ution agreements plus a war bonus After im iiiiii,iiiio -a m iic. nf nonlsrenees th union offl inttlons of cIhIh agreed to recommend h eomprn , ib, coallmlee, which was arranged through hi offense , the d of trade Tin- miners' how I h route 1 1 ever, vnlcd yeslen TloUSly affect j mauds would ogi from the : penes (IS i enl , llll I II -I III Kontliward, soldiers . nntn. from Iml I In n pu- in' south ' fa. t, Mr ltun Iman today als i.di of I IHSfl III I 111 -ml Iptlon li Intro gut. I. See, hi i ,b nf till! Hermosa Res an impromptu I e, pt mil In e i i r speech delivered at s today, William J. my- an, rormer socrorary or sune, ,o- ektred the people would discard lh standards of the duwtlgt. lie said "I believe thai if what I hm dOn bould promote the cause of peace, I have the grout mass of tin- Ameri can people with me. That doe not in, , i, Ilia! Ihe American penple will not fight If It should become neces sary, if war shoilld i ome there would be all the volunteers that could be used, but until that time, comes the ,inolo have Ihe risbl to discuss the , ause of war." iinmg the situation al Pleura ms, Carranaa'g agents bate an ncing that ii had boon evacuated llln forces only tOdoV, while MOI bv Villa' reprssentatl sorted that Oeneri i oinmand al I'iedi. beard from there A dispatch from i ii- trills ggeni y n mill Madsro bai Pan don thai he ranr.it fOTOM completely al i li.l point yesterday, driving them to Villa Gar cia Madem daiiiiod his opponents lost II dead ami IM wounded villa Advawos Cunflrgsed, Tin- mssssge from General villa ' ' ii ,. Ssn Jos llurhhle, ilfnslh al ius afleriiooii. i'iedras Negrog to i, en- s.ud General Stnl word from defeated the l'nr- ,1 II P idoin an nmunll ion a sugges- a pa bb , shall ill tion has been made Ihat faolnrv wul'kels With Ihe be sen! home I Hun tin on, balneal nl Is shall be used fo I. aching men to make munitions, President Wilson in ,, dispatch I" Societal - Ttimulty h that In II gtl ini' Ho lai. st ib nil. in n his Ologegl attention and 1 thg tame time keep Ing eonslanlly In touch w'lth the SOC" rotary of state and thai as soon as they both hev maturelj coaatderad the situation tin prnsidenl win go in Washington perwinallj to confsi with Ihe so, n t ,i of slat.' mid the cabinet, siter which there "HI be as prompt an announcemsnl as possible of the purposes of Hie government. bi'ealeoeil. Iik Hie Mill, lllls idowne, a membel nf the , nl, hout i folio, stated that vi,, .,r twentv-thres British in- no in lrrane.. mid Hoi ui sgpressed Hie opinion that, i ic ruits are flowing In. Hm Could mil much longer lolei in , mains and intustlce nf the v systi in v hu h Is lakltiK sn n n l inn- nf married men. ami itbuia I reglsler would he mm e hould it bo found necessary in introduce comnulsorv military ser vice He also Intimated that the mu nilions HpilaHou was now being sails factotity handled. More Claims b Germans Hev, uul the Herman claim that they have made further progress in their attai is near sTouchex, tin French air twi div ale Ihe Useful. flBsttk