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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY KD1TION MI IITV-SIXTH VKVK ,,,1 , WII. X. I. AUSTRIA BRINGS witt fate GRAVE CHARGES OF BARBARITY I ALLIES of Alleged Instances Viol (nations oi intemation iw Contained in Official Book, NON-COMBATANTS BADLY TREATED. IS CLAIMED Is Made That Hard ly Been of En Ubs i:mm i 1 1 i PI im i TOM( I'dM'l ION Washington. July 15. Ger many has laid emphasis repeat edly on the trade in arms be tween the United States and the allies, in the German Bote of February u, replying to repre sentation! from the American government on the subject of the then newly proclaimed war zone, the legal light of citizens of the United States to trade in arms waa conceded, but n was argued that it was eunnllv light for neu trals "to atoprade In contraband especially the trade in arms, with Cormyny's enemies," bccatis,, of violations of other neutral righta by i i cat Britain, A memoran dum from count von Bernstorff, tho (ier.na'i ambassador, dated April 4, was devoted entirely to the dlsoutajdon of alleged tolera tion by the United states of In fracttona ol international law hy Qreat Britain and pointed out that it was necessary in connec tion with sueh shipments of arms to take into consideration "not only the formal aspects of the ' use hut also the spirit in which the neutrality is curried out." President Wilson himsi If Wrote 'he reply disputing the arms assertions anil the incident uas closed, no further nut's on the subjeel being exchanged, with r many. ; . ; ; ; , IIV MORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL LKABEIV WIH Washington, July la. Austria -I laity's indictment of the method hi. ire of her enemies, giving SC ol instances of "barbarous treatm of national! and prisoners breachea of International law, made uiihlle today in a "Red Bi - I'd hy the Auatro-Hungarlan min istry of foreign affairs through Ita em bassy here. The publication la called a "Collec tion of Evidence" umi la divided Into four parts. The lirsl two parts." saVs a pre fatory noip introducing nunteroua depoaltloni Bttd affidavits, "contain 1 i b nee concerning the treatment of Austro-Huntarlan diplomatic ami con sular officer! by the government of rieera of the hostile . ountries, The eases adduced deal with the violation "i 'he mosl elementary rules of the m hi or hoapJtaJtty, a right conaecrat- i since the remotest antiquity and peeled even by the unclvlllaed na nuns or tribes. Never tefoe have go niv cases o the violalions of this iil'IiI been instanced. In several cases the illegal expulsion or arrest has pre ''I'd ihe actual state of war. a fact v in. h still further aggravates the ..i ' use. The expulsion of the AuStro- Hungarlan diplomatic agents from VloriHico ami Egypt, whh'h is Irrecon llabla with ' existing International treaties has been made the subjecl "f v a -i I. ,ni (XUsefla Abused, The third part contains evidence "I Hie treatment to which Austrian " ii Hungarian citizens have lieen BUD 'I in most cases before the open tng of hostilities in hostile countries, i v.n if it he conceded that the pre vention of ihe enemy's nationals from I" mug the war is to a. certain extent tmtlflable, the methods employed by ihe hostile countries, and especially ' arrest and the incarceration of . ,i men alek persons, women and ' nildren are contrary to the elemen tal i usages of humanity. U was a French professor of law who thus rie- ' M,l such conduct: 'To inflict suiter inga on defenseless citizens of the "in v without imperative i sons is I" rryert in barbarism.' The fourth part comprises authen tic proofs of violations of Ihe laws of warfare, From ihe evidence pub lished herewith the conclusion Is in ' liable that there is hardly a rule of Warfare which has not been violated "heatedly bv Ihe hostile armies. To ti'e numerous cases of disregard of Ihe regulations concerning the use Ol prohibited projectiles, contained in The riaana mmiinnl about the laws and practices of warfare on land, and of the Geneva convention, must ildeil the unapeii knhle outrages which the Serbian and Montenegrin troopi have lieen guilty. This ruth lessly Illegal way of conducting war operations, and the cruel and trea' h- is parm inaiiiui ol ihe entire pop ulation In acts of more the rapse which the people war. certily once from civilisation of these countries have undergone. "The 'Collection of Kvidence' does not purport to be complete in an re spect. It Is naturally restricted to the exposition or facts which have been it her officially investigated or auth n ticalcrt In ,.n unimneachable wav "In proportion to the number of! AGAINS WEATHER rXVRECAST. Washington July 15. Ne ( i' Mexico Parti) cloudy with local! ! thunder showers and cooler east) ' Sfyqj-LLj i I utj-1 - -irLi-u ' ngl) small. i i to ih- day, tlx I of foreign affairs is ut information concerning tin mi.iI consular otfli bMa hi re been m rested Tin' Austrian I Hungarian! who arc being de tii'ii in hostile CO US IT tea can hi rated by the Hniuit Almost al tkran still endure, silence tic trageoua ntethoehi wherein iiit inn-ins of hostile countries a) in. tit 1 ik m 1 1 v at nuimht. Th i' in pi likewise in ily individi being we inching a nf events dcr. line ippr annol have omprehensi km news published in joreii , n la possible in draw ti daily p; watt-foi .unded conclusion t ii.it iin f shocking violation." ol the in sands Of n. it mi h. ed, cap fled ti of International law Be uti inevitable massing of troop as this War lias nevertheless mos the intfrnation.il thr protei tlon of freedom of the peaceful cltlsens disappoint! agreements eciences, sin tht troops government Th,. Hague ihl be wilfully v mil officials ol 9 rati Hi.' under the aegla o conferences refot i ompleted the laws of warfare One if the main causes for this uafoitu-l late Situation must be ascribed to tllej niuioytiient of trooD wholls unable 'to perceive the legal restrlotiona ap-l plied to warfare, The French pro fessor of law. already quoted above, enumeratea the doctrine that countries at war With nations of a low Standard of civilisation are compelled to apply, I methods of warfare which correspond to the level of their opponent s mor als, He adds: 'The French acted In accordance with this precept In AM- lea. Tonkin. China ami Dahomey; the j English In India and Buaslana In Cau casia and in Turkestan; France. Great Britain ami Rui not possibly expc anil Asiatic aubje provisions of inti can not he the ia COUld, therefore, j I that their African ta a ould i aspect the rnational Inn . there i lightest 'ioui.it that' they ai legard lions v halt-sa ropes n .. well aware that they are dis- ng the tow of European na-j hen Ihey line up savages and agM against the troops of Ku- powers. Indirect ns.s iniiit.il. "Th, object of this publication is to adduce only such violations of the iiitei national law as have been perpetrated dlrectlj and Individually .against nationals of th, dual mon archy; it, therefore, does not Include I tho ev idences of numerous exceed uig - are t" w found in the unlawful declaration of France anil i reel and general Way. Such breaches . uieni ol mi in " ifhials of the stab deoarl incut a re I .. ,' 1 ,.' ... , I ..,h..n,. nkurnh was laid 10-1 Creat Britain with regard to tne sta- marxime wan a re. sen. me tua of .Morocco. Egypt and Cyprus, Injgestlon through Dr. Anton M'vei- ih.. violalion of the rulits ol Uciiirai i i nations and in the systematic dlsre-1 such tin InUmaUon. Having lonoweu . ,,,,. . trangno tne i in raatefi vigor-i , . ,, ,,,,.,,,, .....i I iJ(,Karil of the regii litlHHlS HI OVKHU I V i I k MlHiU',WnOll till' il MIlMllll'Pl -ni'" i , -i , . L , . iu nill l',,r,,.y "".!'' ii mi' !. 'I' imii ill this government will accepi a teoder , 1 ',' i;"'f"' ' :'n"' ''(, . t lt, the trcaiv a, he case of the Na been filled with ticket holders ever 1 , 1 a I nun., ia , "The prepoaten ile nations to the entire population f inline must he s iilcgious violation fare. No less sn of the hostile gov tng, if not actual precedeuted agtta! disseminates lies Most of Ule excesses anils of innocent and Washington Slates within oblv will .send i . iv i d fron gov eminent extensive a from Ibis "inn in consonam a of in utrallty.'1 Unoffit latl) word came tooaj maj Turkey would follow Germany ami Austria in makii r representations on ihl. siihic, t and .should a note limn .In. ( i,t,, enyci iimciit urriv flclala would delay their answer so as inform the lermanl alterable view of tie grttU shipments. No Higher Que while Germany h pi, mi. i I'nltei vidua . oi responi gtataa the h in a neutral ng to belllge was plat Bd ' growth of An niunit phaais ma nuf net ur nris an plosives. In th. Austrian note nil' i- ,,f which have apnea red ii notches from Amsterd developed almost entirel) ti ..l,,si ,f th.. leiral finest l"tl ll nnlnta mil that ill. American u'ov aenmanl would be "ellt the export of war material if trad,, in contraband take- the toi atoenalona whereby the neutrah ntrv' will be eno 1 nswi ii-wer lo He I'o 'live. Details of the Amen in u... haM dlvulued. but answei win ,7....,.,l Ihi.l tho I'llite Slat's ' ' . ,.. ...V,. o,.lr tilt not univ cue us - ",,;' ,"."nlJ national lew wn will i".' r- la previous wars In whi' ' Germany !",d Austral have be. i, interested u hero import. itions of an is were cai rled on in pxt-nsKe Brop' Hons. Th,- slate department t is not mad , ubhc the text of the UBtrlan not us claim ,.r the hos-i.,f K(1 offices for the mediation ..r , ' " ,. 'Tth, braskan prohobli will place ., record h id in tnia city, an" was y"'""- The new on ..'i..u. ... ...,i. i.a i he 1 . l. o .... I ler Anderson, special i iniisi ma m un . . .... ,., ,l 1 1 , . , , , t , III, also lor the number ol "tgn . ..., .. i iikiii o, line (lisi'ioe. . . ,,,,., u,i, has Ihe subnet In ' I of large countrlek to Mediation SuggwitiH. . 1 '" , , ,, , pnymenl I nred, and regrets church dignitartea in auenon ernments in t.derai- , .,. ........,, ior, f the British . Th" i;a. k"i - sMbiiu t-, a Germany, The flral ceremonla of the das was '!ing. If mil actually inspiring, l ! u ,,-1 ,. jn ,,. ul ,. gg 1 1 cr tna ny's ' ' series of negate- ' U'" S,"" U- ""' '"' 'T ' i iVit. from the ml fosters hatred ".,, ' ' 'Hons which tin v he carried on ' of the Nebraska n moves conclusively ' parish house to the cathedral ,,le have fallen victim are the .unci reDorta concerning possible me- ' IT, ,V , , , 7, ..and ''.' Character of lis cargo before PTancI CO, vv no as a n.v wis a SutcSme of thai agitation dlatlon of the . .,s ..,; but always e',ed h'fow the Brltl.h iirtarL gtmcked, Borne high officials mn.c of young Qutgley In the streets "The collection of evldene. as now nkv" Indicated that negotlatlona along ? 1 "'" B'n ' l'"1,'','' "" believe the United Btates of Rochester, N. i pr-ac i the 'published for general Infor mat ion. ;in,.s ,.,,, ,,,, , If Germany was kno v to the ahlpi , s. I d taastat tlual In exercising the funeral. n, Tho'iaanda marched , ,,n not convey cv " ., faint idea or, ,,,, . ,,,,,, s ,,at in the V'T 'V' , .!' ' , ', ,,) or,gh' "' Mi "'" "hmarlna I- ill the pro. essh.ll wl' ' '.' ,"1 "V h-.,, ' the decav which the nations ol 'n'or-. Oermiin Kubmartne com- "randum thai ine) cannot arioru to man(Jer .,.,,. required In board caskel through the I'lti to tne trains national law have .undf Mf Pr"n nrv?n mnndnrn w mild he sul'1"'1 hv rrin rePen v"'u Beutral rttnesi , , IM n, IM;, ,, Buj W0UU Ui,M that I whlcti carried them to th neterj i ZZ?tZZ eli tor which the V .d stab B until shlpmcnl can b, ed i .,,,,, ,,. ,,,., ,.., .... I contending thai Vm ins on bel ss i warning In In, IP 1 0 0011 nRnPliri T flflR RPPl Y TH Summary of War , jj Z.UUU.UUUurtN : mmrU IU rv,,cS ,.r ,. m mmm miPTDiit umi M K KM i BNh 1 HUD I n I H HILL ,;' 5 ;''::, '::;"v:v: '';:', :,;:':,''':,;; , . :;.:,,::; - 1 Bt FORWARDED S iliilJ MMW, I la not helieved tin German ambaasav . '1 Koltani on the Baltic a h Nebraskan bj a Oerman aubmarlna: dor will discuss ibis phase with Sc.- , .... .,, ,,, u ,,. ,; ., " 'The Oetman governmenl received tfmZ T,,nsi,, tomorrow, but he is ,,' 1 " '. " . i.... nflSMl. fmm news ,r reports tin Inielll- Qo,,Mi Ml Kill II I' f'f . ,1IK irnltarl QtntflC Not Olllv HtlsUaid 't believe that his government : J, iV'7 Vj Via i in in-' success cverv- "'" ihe ateamei Nebraska n ' UnO prtsi rs jUlllied oUUcb I'll y UrauM not be oppased to further nefco-. trhere for the r.erman Holdlera Thwhad been damaged by a mine or tor- LSQOiOOOOl llldlii ufl3Dl6 1 p hnd ' Rioht tn F if Hi ill Munitions tiations ov.-r the sinking of Ho i.u.si- : . . , fjUB,an are lighting i1"1" eouthwesi cossi of Ire 1 i' . lM ., alHss' SttueM nlMIH IU LA Jt'il iviuiiiuwiivj Auainuna ana ......... . ...i laud It therefore started a ihnrmigli In P'wi Antthino tin Slin-t As exneeied, hut H'lS Fxamolo Of 6er Usw of Ufe ttmll. successful open ' for the Aus Investigation of the case viih..ni de- . Turks Is ran uul r, i In Huppori of ibis confidence, Qer- trlana is reported bv Vienna. '" ""' "' ""' "y! pllOS, OilVS 1160 UObb. str..imly natui I A 1 i , , 1 1 ' ' 1 . . lie. ll, Ol ll bus In ,', line , o. I tilt J I.,, ,,,, '. 1 rVtdllU '111! US, .111,111 oiiiiiiiis lliew III leni ohi.i i" Tbe lllcs on Ibe lililllloll iciuu I many hum niui i Mtll,m(.n( given out i. the Over- ui. uv rieneral sir Ian Hnmiltmi. th damage to Ihe Nebraska h was - ghorlttea M 'seas News agency, an official agency, Lup Vommander hav. taken and held caused b) an allm k b a submarine. aeSttise Murm. assewt. UM aaaai r"'" "' in Berlin, yeaterday. The ilaredi two atrongl) held Turklah Hries do- submariiie's Report. waahlngtoii, Jul) IS Krneai p, Jr'y'n ' HY MORNINO JOURNA. I.MCIAL LA , ' 1 1 S t 1 1 I f 1 1 1 0 n t IllllSt IhlVC 1 1 .' I l t ll t If ,,.,,1 . . , , . Ik, I ; , , I la 111' ll'S. ' I'll III. I V '" 1 1 i 1 1 g of M II V '.l I.IFl, ., ,, ,, , , , i I ill, A II I ' , foni.iaht i,,'.-'sl""'""n "f "e i''iman government. Tin- Turkish war office reports that th .-ubiiiaiin nut . a, am , jouna ,., ,-,,,.ss. who has been ,ll-supdv i oi ere- 11 t'cc.ed the number of British, Rus- , , repulsed with great westward wltl I ., (lag i with no ,..,', ,, tot.kettUel ,...,,. 1 ., replj to th. noi. re. .... . ,nin sunk 1 1 , u ir ori neutral markings ir freeboard .... ' ? a ..r passage 1 iu that IheWurtng June and added this comment L,", , and thai an allied at- aboul thirty-five miles weal of EPastnet "v"' ' ,,.,,,,, her ,. aaya a country which contended th ,il l Kinal " a i. n "" ' ' " "' "V "'" "' ? , 7 , , r I ,,, lie. In thai Ihl ?i!SntrS to the allies wee , maritally small, the .submarines using, ;,,,,, the iiioii.inaiio,, of the flag or mt- uarmanj i a no shortag . tat ouiili.v i" ;o .,,., L,r.rv i.reeunlloii mill L-ivlne imit.i-i i. ,e.. ...... Ihimlii, Ihe no lugs Was I seen III Nil IWIIIr.ll!, I .......n.,. i I, Hurl. in ii here l.l'.l. .1 I Uheir answer so as to a mu MnMUBiy anco- in '."""' , ' ;. ,.., kings, h ad the vea l - Ith . ; ; ' ' oTher countries I lliglH-r Qmfkm ,., REPLV TO OERMANT I , ,,,.,, ,,,, .u, , i . , .,,,, the shot th Sll? supporting th. Hclglan people. While 'hi inanv has aiimi ii a . igjWlth ad- i , i' I .',,',,.. aubmarlne mi the maoder saw that thi vessel had in I There I i defkiencj ol 1111,600,800 a pioinaiie correspondence ; - ,...,!'.". ' .'. . i., n,e oieaniime hoisted ib.- American! n,.. work of distributing food and will not do so until tn.- repij an ALBUQUERQUE, GERMANY WANT S UNITED STATES TO ASSIST IN ee to j Duiinc,! wh Re BERNSTORFF DECLARES POSITION MISUNDERSTOOD! Teutonic 10 irff. th i re- una b the tha l inn 1 St, i lain IVi queatiOBi t l a ha ml the right The (I era! daj i mori i ence, tin dat, tiling ti i' l .11 ' f is confide emphasised igneaa to wo MEDIATION MOVE arbitrary andlthe express purpose of entering' into negotiat ions on tin- entire iiuesuou in .eriia i ii inai .unslng hefor today began to position he belle niiisl assume as in.'., from Germ warfare, lint US sit ion would I - i The president ids prallminar)' 1 situation and soon w the coiifercni es vv it b sing and members which will be begun was siii.l tonight that Washington in lime for ' abinei meeting Tuesday it -ould not he learn. .1 whether the president haI t Lansing any Instructions rus scneuuiefi interv iew i with c.,iint vi ..tobassaitf.r. Mr Wilson r the reported n government of note from Au-lna- Hnrigarv protesting against large ex ports of munitions of war t" tin- allies, Imi lh- impr. ssinn was gainid Ihat h- ib,. noie should contain I ... i . . i, i i hv the st"i' 'ii' tranaportation of Uie con-lis aato 10 nv , ' : 1 1 p. which thons-' ijVficiaiH f the nu iican govern- British authorities tn m enaeai ,,. H merchantman mual be vlsltfd Archbteh lonaano conduciea defenseless, peo-1 m "V m the last few days have heard " ' "T , ,'" order I 'tormina its nationality mass and Archbishop I na, of tan " warning and time for crews to leave posing sides seem to bi playing a vv hi. h had already set in, the 1 1 i ii .... mi. , then la con j 1 their ships, if no lesistance were I waiting game, For the momeni i - g timarln Hln e "the commander I H''''!'' ' ' '" " ' nonsi i""i""i' i coruini: o in' i,..'--i ,.'i,"- ... . not iiiii'"i,iiia mm , officials here who read the state- j fighting in the Argonne region has pi tnesun "'arini a was """ireii "" eournglng generallj throtigl the mint admitted that if this practice I gpickened jsume irom in- wide experiente 11 "," arefl r-iwere oontinuen, the principles mri -I'!,,, fighiing in the rtaiian wai im in iieiuiuni, aaia in ' ""r,"' ihe sciu ng ol, wn in trie i n 1 1 ei i Mains ass-o iissin - , , nitiniii s, ic oi mug i" evcrj i"'" " " ln. ""I1"" , . ..... , i.i .. i . ... , nulls, , his wal area without flans. ,.,. , ,.. .... .l f.-...,, ,..,h. , , i.sii ii,'i.ii ,Moi',.,inoo oils .i ll'', r. . .. . . . , ,,.., , '. I . , i ., Im .,, In. b a tolfieilo III lie conviciioii mill lie .i,,.,,, i mi nmi nnible , lillv 1 nlted States on . infantrj ittaesa in m , w-.. wm A ' ' , , ... , .; ... ..... ,, I him, President llson i( iH iinibrslood Ihat tin- Wnsningion ! ' - .'.,'. ,,' 111 WeigHim, ' "" '"""J ' " "Itl the vv lltline definitely the , 1 1 1, ii Is ha v c ipi ld-d that a note ill r.l I a on u moo aov no,.,,, ,,,,, y.t, (1 IM,. i line, i jsi.ncs, r.i'-l'i a,,,, l.'l.inihl . i iTnitnH Rtateai v. i i i Ratlin l.eurins on I Since tin vessel remained afloat he f0r the amitlt amount of Canadian and I w niaa m . .. . ... ' j uispaii us ' , ',.n bad no occasion to concern hlmseli tustralian whi ii I. .. .. ,.i, I reSUII 01 in- ' Ihls aunject, ano in gen rai, iholfurther iib tin boats which had ' .,, ,, my on aubmarlne I eervatlon of American rights on 1,1 , ... . mtu ditii-i iictrn dv how drastic this po-lgg ncen ia inn in a without a Nl' W KlluMl I lot U t) T Uh Crench mid not be learned. The men coal strike in Wales H " '",, ,',""k thi Nebraa ri IO PDAMIA I AIM r Th"4 "' " has nearly finlsh.il giving Cn ai l!ril,i..i anxie.. 'I ! 1.- "" ' '" meant for the American tLKo llHAINU LUUUt Noi'b"' linlv of the C.-rman I in,.n have laid down ilieii tools alio "'' ,, ,,,,,,, . ihainpagne , ,L. I...... u... ....... Mr ......s,, l.nl ,,l ll,,. ililitT I , I Hole IS ,o ,..., ,-..... " -" "I ' II I. ,ii WIH'iiliT ill- I'l'-'iu'-ii' nan s,-,,, .... . . i, Hi , 111, -d Ic Mnel lc.,l citizens. new r lll.ll NEW Ml SPEAKER PI EDI SUPPURT TO WOMEN S.iM Kl'.llH Clark, epeaki i itntivea, b i Sllpporl V fctusan r. Anthn eilllal sllffl.lg, it Mrs, Clark ha incut for her 11 in appes ring and , marina whethi r be ern sn .1 ke INES Washington, I papers jot the Italian: aubmai that Hi his ai Llkev, E T insiuned it'll! w broken off. some of the agr. i d to return to work Tin Minimis of Cr. w i dent of the council, has rnaib nmi mi ni in the house of b ib. British government hop quickly to limit the expon I to neutral -ountries to th. thai very UNITED STATES URGES NGLAND F0RSETTLE1N preparing s note in (ireat Britain, treaty of 1828 that an American I da in a magnificent man bum at I i urging early aettlameni tor or the re- earrvlna contraband could be de m ami Carmel cemetery. The funeral I lease of thlrty-one cargo-s r imni ,, .. ....... .,, , , cathedral of the Uu Name ,.f..a .. . ., .... i ,, ni ni ti i : : i . . . . . . , .... ; . , , - ,. ..... i I l. ready for oliduiale. ..nd coal Is m il I"" is o "" '., I r.r. nude all Becretary tn- for the British warshlpa and the fat tne par ot . .................r oi ins jwwjewse ,.l ,...,e ,, , ,f his cabinet, I tor lea engaged In th- prod in "'I ;' ';; ;,".,' ,',,,,,. ;,,,., T,. ,,Mu,T ,,,',,..1. Wlii.-'h has' lust bten L would be In "as"'? Secaul sure. n government wpresaea ita ,- adopted, was in today In j lag in. the icginar , gov .1 rini-n nus mT lab 01 leaders ment "I the Ul I SUHes ..I A im i c a I Hen I ., ll has I n in torn to I . . . . . . . I I, .... Ill nil I,,1, 111 II III , I O I lie .',, ', i, s, Hll,ll III I O I" -. I 11 II 1 1 Kill,..' Ol I . , . . . ' . . .u.. i II... i in ib ' ales IIS re.iilln. -s lo lliai.e enil I n glalnl loilge nieenilKS nil liere Imimiu are opposi u in., si...... ... ...i.... i, il hv i.... i,. n I..UOIOH , ... I tit, in, I I I'Oin I.Uell.is.l. Ii, and li.tnnrt'.w III- m :.',oiiaii"iis wiin n v.-ie i" - - lord PWI I WASHING TON NOT SATISFIED WITH THE NEBRASKAN t ho OFFER OF INDEMNITY SATISFACTORY SO FAR ' 1)111 S Wi 1 1 Sa i i vessel Willi admission of I h t i ad sxp IH'tll ill decided thai the raised by the incident the dispatch of a note i further to conserve Am in I he vv ar zone. annul iimit Contention, I officers of the Alliel II ,11 h mined dnted the in in many that of Vmerli an el rrled- itisens for loasea auatatned, in liver poll of forwarded bi Ambassador Investigation by Lieutenant John R, Toweri naval attai in ol the ambaasyi ntati n thai llu- Nebraskao was in water ballast outbound from Liver pool for Delaware breakwater, and il,,, i although her flaw had been hauled down just after aunset, as la GERMAN NOTE ON i. .a,, . Ilm vv a . did bv Ambassador I l tol I I" Munition i mi il- h was n from Wi ith her hoist's fron RED A I I IRI RIY I" oi1 hell i totla ahlngl ollt I I III' liberty t iregon cl. W.I turned aee the lloseburg, when Die train after I 0,8 bell, Hie Phllsdi l v,.,, Kept almost stops were mads i i.ugciic and Gotta Patriotism hare huskv bystander prknesa overt. ilm IV d si ateil a inlC In a dense cl I knoi king dovv n persona taking t hv the hell car hi who aneered hats off to the and vvept as a hand, held low lomns of worn d kissed the held (heir hi h ih ARCH Bit rnino immaL sflri1 ii.biu wihi .lulv I 5 With impress! i, vv hlch in ii ked the cllm days oi prayer for the rep. if line d i. mi ii, but hem "forth Ihe Will be Used both III UP0B insing (he annual - aelons. Th atallatloa of the new grand tig,. Officers com billed Ihe sessions. JJamea i: Nicholson, newly elected grand sited ruler, was presented with a gavel made of .,u and coppei from the frigate Constitution, from waiicr Johnson of Boat The principal elite! lalnmeiit to, lay was the Elks parade. a gift irrtt-ror Mail, tttto gaaajSS epic. 5o. fit DRIVE TOWARD GENERAL OFFENSIVE BELIEVED UNDER WAY icice Fighting Is Reported From France; Progress Against links Is Slowly , miirninii iimitii.i. aeceiAt, laiu on, Ion. July l.'i I I : T. 0 p. iail III. I tne Hermans prooeon noi on .Maishal von 1 1 indenliurg, reported lo have said a few o ihat he would abort ly aaton- world, have icneweil llnlr lit - lack n the Polish apital from the north Thev numbs accord lln tod ,v us taken ireal drlv. Colli Hill. 'll h l,n i.in Tills claim is confirmed in maaa uie bv the Russian official report la sue, 1 yesterday which staled that tho , ; ,i lam in i he i n e of strong I iertnan forces Withdraw to their second line or entrenchments, 'i bis move mi ih pan of the Germans has taken the unlit. ii v i i ale s oinpletely by Huipriae. ii was general!) supposed that Gen eral yon M o kenscii would, after being strengthened, continue bis attempt to ibiin choini railway ch Offensive (iewral, enaive probably will n." .tend ft, mi the llaltb' .in mild Uie Baal PrUBSian bonier to the Vistula, west of Warsaw, for all Ihe liiissian trOOpa in Ihls seclloii magi be kept bUBy to prey.nl th em from concentrating at the point where the Qarmnna hope to break through. ThlS ta tin .ec. uul II field Mar shal von i linden burg has tried this His lusi effort, while it ft i (Seat Prussia of th Bueelsns, oost ihe iier mans an Immense numher of men and very neari) involved them In dlaaatet, owing to the muddy oondtMofl of tha ground, Now, however, there are) olllv bad roads or lack of muds lo ml wilh. II Is possible also thai the Hermans have built railways t" their northern front as they have dona in Central Poland, righting lii ITanee the Afgonne continues to oi the most sanguinary of the opei atlona here, hi the west. II Ill-nil i nntradlotory as usual, nu grant movement baa be n undertaken ami no change baa occurred in the line ihul could be n , . ii iii. i d on an oidllult'V limp Continuation WSJ received tonight 1 1 inn so ' lertoi ai inn Hamilton of Hi" vv lin h rm some iliiys uia s I ics were reiiml'il lo nave hi l mi ihe i lalilpoll peninsula, Acco (.. Oils report two lines of Ti in in lies were cautured, togelher rdlng rklah w uh nth tile Th" Turks nil llu 1 1 iW, owing In ini- . fortified posltlona llntlsli iiillltnry ail- expi i . ii lafnol imi w Uh Hi- . I. occasional line of tranches, m breaking thi morale or the ni mi the exhaustion of their it ammunition. Germany's h in have Rumania allow tin, of ammunition through that to Turkey la taken tn mean upplv is running short. M'll III OWN ul 111, A l.li P in. i 'Prsasnysg. a Poland, till, miles has been captured rm i ...s. according b tOWn of ItiiHsinn north oi Warsaw by the liernian the otfh lal state ment giv en out tods I b) I he uci army headquarterf staff. Ti,,- Oermani also announce they have Raptured the village Konsya to the south "f Kolno, hav. atol mod ill" In ighta of Olsa iu.i t heasl of Su w ii l it i The text f- l n Ihealel III smith i, not fur from Wyseliaete, a number of mines yes good results. Ighborhood of Sum hei ittacked in h. yi nil places, reoulaed everywhere ugh .lllllolls "The b in. o Ic re pea 1 1 .1 a I - tempts yeste day and at night to re tositlons we took from i ..r Argonne, Notwtth- capture the them in I 'or. I Sta mi log t Ii. i' employ men! of largo 'iii.innips oi ammunition ari'i shook forces brought up. all their attu. ka broke dovv n In man) places then. was bittei righting with hand ur. - miib s, in i iicmintel'H al close iliur- The enemy suffered astrsordlnarl ly heav v b.ss-s Th- number of Krench prisoners has i n Increased to sixty- elghl olfic is and ;i,ss men. "The succesa of our troops was all INI, I . M. ANOTHER GREAT WARSAW MADE BY HINDENBURG , .