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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION T.M:rv.sKVKvrn yeak. vol. ii v GERMAN MISERY AROUND VERDUN IS REVEALED H iNUElIERS French Resistance Described by Lieutenant, Later Taken Prisoner, as Being "Mon strously Stubborn." FIRE OF DEFENDERS STEADY AND MERCILESS "We Profer to Suffer From Huncer Than to Go After Anything to Eat," Writes Officer, rrs ;u"ei":e:',.. Puns May a. 1 ne iwiwwia - found upon officers an-1 -uiieis the Herman army taken prisoner ound Verdun, are' given out at Prench headquarters an indicating tne Mate of mind Of th. offl ers slnee the failure of the first iss'inlt and of the (eellllK nf the ildiers' famill nie: Her i rltten by prrna tl Hst. ( nis says; loss sea in oiiicers ar on- Mderahle that 1 w obliged to command of the sth oomsany are BOW in Ihe first line, and I rrnuched in a tittle mud-hole take V"e am that muil pi meet me from the fragments of the enemy s shells that t ome unin terruptedly, I have seen a Kreat ileal in '.be course nf this war. h.,a not vet been in a situation I in in drscrlhably frightful. W? an- day and night under a frightful artillery file. 1 n in h llcslstaiMie Monstrous. "The French are maidog nion Htrousty stubborn resistance, On "ii, Hth, when we made an assault upon the K-ench tranches after p. consid erable artillery preparation of twelve bonis we f'mnd the French machine KUlis v ere still absolutely intact, so Ihnt our first wave of assailants was Immediately tflOWed down on leaving the trench, t the same tlnw FTSnch cpened up 1 barriim fir th thu made it impossible to think of un' further attack. VV-- irefle unnale and are still till able In bury our dead. There taey He, a most lamentable siht, poor devils, in their muddy holes the for nil the routes are swept without ceas ing by the French artillery. V have dead and wounded every day. Whetb er we are tnkim; our wounded back to safety, or whether we are roIpk back for our rations two miles in the rear to Hie movable kitchen, the dan. gar of death is the same, until our men prefer to suffer from hunger than to ko after anything to eat. In addition to the danger of death from shell fire, nearly every man In IBS company It 111, exposed as they are to the rain all day and obliged to He in ihe mud all night during i8ht consecutive days and nights I hope Ihat I will have the good luck to get out of here alive, because there is no means here Of being properly buried." Woman slups High Official. A letter from a woman In Apier- back to a soldier made prisoner, re counU Incidents indicating a very er fervescenl state of mind among the population at Dortmund: "A woman asked for mora help, because her huibaM is In the army and she is unable Id sUDDorl her six Children. As further help was refused she slapped the commissariat of police, who killed her. A crowd of women collected In the Irfntens'.rasse to wait for the commissariat of police, hut mounted soldiers came and dispersed them. Here at Dortmund and at Cologne and the environ, the popula tion Is very excited on (iccouni of the inck of provisions. If it continues 'has. something will happen, Vw hare had enough of misery." Another letter dated UohSOd, March 10th, says: 'Sunday it long train full "( grievously wounded arrived itt Btraubing from Verdun, Things are Very bad for us here We can get tto meat except with the meal earns, and no one has the right to kill any ni -ire hogs . ,1., ,... . r.ut. Ml ,1 'uniin inf, ,' !0 murks, while a milk COW cost S fr M to 1,000 marks. To Supplant Siiur Mug Albany, N. Y , Mcy it. A 'h"iiuir.g nie Construction of luis-m to supplant Sing Sing proved today by Oovernor w The Sing Sing prison will In. eli-d and retained as 11 recciv; diatrihUUng station. The Day in Congress HEX VTE. 'tesunied debate on rivets and bar- appropriation bill, Itestored to river nnd harbor bill s see,ion eliuiinateil by house appro priating $;oii,oofi f,,r improving ap prosi hes to Brooklyn nuv yard, Receaaad at .vot p. m, to 11 a m. Saturday. III H SI l.i -1 day of di 1: bati - ing was m. Pfbg bill. Sundry civil bill can ''on of $127,0011.000 Adjourned at T:2 p. eppropn 1 averted, without bill, until r' Jihinjr vr,e on shipping '1 a. m. fciturdsv. THE WEATHER THE Wl.Tin,ii FORECAOT, Denver, Colo., Mny ID. Now Mex ico: Saturday f;iir soutli portion; rain north portion, cooler; Bundaj gtner- all fair. LOCAL WEATHER REPORT. Kor twenty-four houre. ending at 8 m. yesterday. Maximum temperature, Ts id-grew; minimum, 4 degrees; range, de grees; temperature at 8 ). m., - dc- isrcos; southwest wind; mirth- doudv CITY HANK CT.EARINUS. Vest erdav $a",04.21. AMBASSADOR TRIES TO SAVE AMERICAN! ty MOINifta JOUWN.L eSKCIAL LKAtIO WiRI Washington, May It. Amtussnflor Page at London ealiled the stai- dc. pariment tonight that the sentence of Jeremiah C, l.yneh, the naturalised American convicted of complicity in the Dublin 11, rising, had not been confirmed, but that in accordance with Instruction! from Secretary Lan sing the British government had been asked tn suspend the Infliction of nv punishment pending an Investigation, Den j Mleged Willow's claim. Colorado Springs, May 11.- Alphe mns Ceii, brother of Mrs. RophiaOer! , 'I. .. II..... 1 fcl 1 tat. .-.... f,,r,h,.i - - - - widow's share of the property, claim MBS" that she married the millionaire, mining man in 1ST4. declared In th.-i 1 "" as ,,,r ' anew ium sister iieier murrieo otrat ' ton. B. W. Hlount ol San Aumisline, Tea,, who had lived near Center, Tex . I IvhiTi' M l-c I'liMI,,.,- ,'luitnu all,, vnt Lieutenant I nM marriage license to wed Slrutton, v Infantry I lllxewtec declared that no such trans . action took place. Ml Ill-own mi Sunken ship. Marseilles, France, May 18, No of the passengers or crew of t French coasting steamer Mlra a saved when she was sunk as a resi of a torpedo attack in the Med It 1 ran sen on Muy 16. ne DELAY PASSAGE OE SHIP BILL ! Republican Leader Prevents Democrats From Measure Through Adjournment. Carrying Before tY MOWNINO jOOSNL IPtCIAI. iCASfO Wtmt) Washington, May 1 9 .Filibuster ing of Republican Leader Mann to night prevented the democrats from carrying out their plan to pass the administration shipping bill before adjournment. Debate on the measure dosed ,11 4 o'clock this afternoon, and three hours later it was ready for passage virtually as reported by the commit tee, in spite of persistent efforts td amend it. Representative Mann de manded teller votes on many of the hiituli 1 ed by- I of more amendments oircr- republicane and when a final I vote on the measure itself was about. ! to be taken, hi insisted thai the for ! molUv .if i-i Hilinif Ihe engrossed hill be observed. As the bill had not beeiijr I engrossed there was nothing to do ' but adjourn. The vote probably will . be reached curb tomorrow ufternoim. Democrats t aught Napping. j K'arly In the da i was In the commit! : republicans su 1 1 I the section provi the h ,e wholl striking ding f ir th j chaae of ship. ib rnrnent, bui house itself, strict party this The Vote wai re stored b the only result 01 by which the in en out. 10(5 to 90, I publicans an opport ; laugh at the discorc n. rnls over the fall 1 h cm er and f the flem heir forces Majority out hur- to be on hand to vote, lenders Immediately sent j l ied calls for members, and section again was voted oa restored by a vote of 205 to I Indications tonight were bill would pass without amendment by almost a si I vote. Representatives Miller selenni.-i .-Hid Moss ot West I when the 1 It It was' 152. that the he vital ict party of Penn- vlrginia half of the eel, 10 ie:ins. Slione in . . measure aunng we "a. iwnv their intention to vote for n. anu mi on.- occasion Repfeaentative aaaya, democrat, of Texas, voted with Hie minority, but few desertions on either side are expected In the final vot Debate Is gtoppea, 1 than a fourth of tht hill bad! rule I hi 1-11 rend when, by tin- special ,,.,,ioe o-hieh the measure was being! .nsi.b red. all debat a as stopped at 4 o'clock, most of 1'"' day oavina been taken up by amenomeiKs ed by ttupreaeniativi lies n, of New York Three- important ! offered tomorrow manded on them. Bennett, re pi amendments and roll calls HI de- line would foreign-built vessels the rigiil to Op ate either in th j the CniUd State: : si.-ad of along I proper. Anoth ; amount ihat the oasiwisc trade oi itn territories in- I'nited Ptatee would fix the 1 .,., n, shall in-1 ..,,11, sua eee.eeO I at In vessels at 'exceed faO.000.-! laataad of "not to ' 1 " and the third INN S TACTICS would make lhe;ap.-lis i primary 1 building I stead of purpose of ihe MB MO up of the naval auxiliaries in- the nterohaal marine. Immediately after the final ' ote on report Some the bill the army 1 will be taken up hi , onfere&ce ihe house, lire will fo appropriation m )W It. WIRETJ PRACTICES OF . . 1 r. on Stand, Pleads ,, 1 1 1 1 Commissione That No narrn ana iviucn Good Has Already Been Ac complished, MAYOR ACCUSES STATE SENATOR OF TREACHERY QT Chairman Probing Committee Jeop ardizes American Interests by Conducting Investigation 1Y MONIN jrnmNAL itV klf !" New V01U. Mm 19. UlsClOflUr (ie alopments rapid success I son legialatlVi inio the wire New York i ind charges followed in lay ill the TbomV- n t Dommittea's Inquirj ping activities of the After hours of between State Sen fhompson, chairman and municipal offi immlaaloner Arthur verbal ator Ge of the c sera, I ice hang irge F. mm i tt 1 ollce t Woods was permit! stand to attempt U tapping practice. Earlier in the day 1 to tak justif) th the ire when Hip r Mitch nt ro am! versy between Mayor Senator Thompson tin acute stage, the mayi senator Of "CUIBUlgtll lied an accused the treachery" to 1 the united stales because the com mittee chairman Insisted on going on with his Inquiry aft r Mr. Mltchel hud j protested that to do so might Involve j the federal government In grave ln 'ternational complications, associated ihj me mayor adth munitions con-; tracts, Senator Thompson asserted j thai the United states was in no way, I involved. He was supported In lliisj ! contention by District Attorney, jswunn. This phase was complicated tonight w hen United States Attorney H. Snowden Marshall issued a state-, 'mem declaring "any publication of ttin . facta In the cast at this time would! be most regrettable from the stand-1 iimim of the administration of federal, Un! So international I'h't snown, Mr. Woods, in hlH testimony, failed Uo make any disclosures regcrdVng on ; ! international plot. j The greater part of the day was' 1 spent by the committee In secret tea- I MOB. T-ute today after the occupants, i of the offices of Seymour & Seymour had been examined by District Attor-j : ney Swann. it was announced Hint tin I committee was satisfied no crime- hadj I been committed by the Seymours or jthc other im-n who shared their of-1 'flees. A few minutes later a public i inquiry into the motives that impelled: h m, lien to tan the wire leading to. the Sevniours unices wuh ingoo. papers Stolen Prom Morgan. Commissioner Woods was palled to the stand In the open Inquiry after, witnesses had testified that William j. Burnt of the Kurns Detective agency, and his son, Sherman, had engaged a room adjoining the Sey mour offices and caused the inslalla lation of telephone devices. It al-' ndy had been niinounceil nv uu distriit attorney that tne Hurna in- . , ,. ... . . . V tectivea were eligag-cu oy ine nun !j. 1'. Morgan & CO. from whose Of j (IceS had been pilfered official mes- j 'sages from the French government 1 relative to munitions Supplies. It was alleged this information was SOid toi munitions manufacturers to enabtei them t" make satisfactory bids. Commissioner Woods stated thatal-j 'though the wires of innocent persons, ! sometimes had been tupped, no harm, had resulted, Be cited mor- man; 'thirty sensational arrests that airs' j tapping had made possible. TOUR MORE M, E, Diounoc ci rr Ten UIOI IUI O l-l-UU 1 L-c. tmy MiXKixa jout esseiMi tsses ii iu'io Horlnn. Iff. v.. May 1!' ! Seven names appear on the roll of ; i bishops of the Mcthodist-Kpiseupal ! church tonight. Four, M. S. Hughes, I of Pasadena, ',ihf.: William f. old-j ham, of New York; Franklin llamll-j ton, of Washington. D. C, and Charlea 8. Mitchell, of Chicago, were elected, 'by the general conference during the ' day and tonight. I The others, Thomas Nicholson, of j New York. Herbert Well h, of Dela- j wan, 0., and Adna W. Leonard, Of I ! Seattle. Wash., were chosen in the ; earlier balloting. Ir Hughes wh.i chosi 1 the twelfth ballot with : total of Tiu-n a deadlock continued until fifteenth, on which Dr. Mitchell the snd Dr. Oldham were chosen, tit will, tdt and the latter with form r ITP, tn. iargesl polled for any candidate. Mr to The Hamilton, who was third, railed GOTHAM POLICE UNDER HOT FIRE 0nyjgaln mi the succeeding ballot. , 1, . Others Wire voted tor as follows. I Dr. Brneat Brooklyn, ""he : ft S Tipple. 1 Richardson, ed '.'50, ami liaou. N. J . of Dr. whu M received M, As the voting proeeeded -luiing the day. Charles E. I,m kc, of I .OS An- fieb s . Joahna Btani hflehl, of Indian and Kola 11 K. Jones, of New Orleans, a negro candidate, retired, ulid the support shifted to the leaders As 1 result ot the election. Ivvo brothers, Risli BdWlO H Hughes and Kr Mslt S Hughes, who whs sleeted tod. tv. will be members of Hie Imaid Of bishops. Albuquerque, New Mexico, Saturday, May 20, 1916. Alleged False Heir Said to Be War Baby MOMNIN JOUHN.L -PtCI'l . ..ID W,Sf 1 I Chicago. May l. The "spurious 1 heir" in the Ckse of Mrs. Hollie Led gerwriod Multiis, according in tOStl I moity uxiay, w,ts ,, roul "hmi bty." The testimopv run, from a SWeet j faced Utile Canadian atrl. Jessie Ihv. an, mother nf the child. I According to her dory, Jessie went to work in a Canadian fsotof) whin she wan 'l years old. Knr three years she kepi company with a 3 on ns shoemaker. Til wen- tn bs nuir- Irled. Then 1 ! the Nhoeiimk a m Some month! nre.it his bis 1 girl wnr and uniform omredrs, a ent to I lie .Misericord. honpM 11 at itinera, sin. afani It Wan ut thin M 1 taint ai cording seeking an Infant Was sought. iiospu.ii ihm Mya to testimony came Inn she might pass nff on the huMoas he Whose t-tOH larger than I trial han d I Th,- Infant, a girl, was born July lltlS, She was 11 healthy and promis ing DBPFi '"Ii me unweil inoiiier was told that she Wai born desd. The gill continued h.r story; Tin- Alleged Millionaire Baby, "There wore several babies to be christened August :::i One was brought in to me and it was the moat beautiful baby, (treated in beautiful clothes, and I asked Whose It was. The nurse said: 'Isn'l It pretty'.' li s the millionaire lady's.' " Four mouths pissed before Jessie learned that the baby she had ad mired so much was alleged to be her own. "A chum," went on the witness, "rend of the MattON OBSe, She told me about It and I run straight to ihe hospital. All the old nuns were mine. I I ge lor truth but no one 1 hi 111 toll me. ' Robs Defeat Objection, On rrnab crsnilnntlon Joseph irren, for Mrs. Matters, asked: "Did you Mot her Superb abandon the b; "1 never did, "Vim want I in Attorney rii tion, but Mr. burs) of sobs jury got. tell Blstei Caleatlne wanted ti oil . put e prosecu ted uud a reply the ihje.. oiiis TO BE ADDED TO L Bi EUnW ni6rlH tn R. Bet - eral yj ti kflVlllVI Iri ter Protected; Gei Funaton Orders Sixth airy to Marfa, Texas Cav- H .. . ; .iOUMNAL -' - . LCSKD Lll S,in Antonio. Tex . Ma II.- ly Ihe l ,100 rder where I first of the coming week 11 hi j men vvill be .Tided to tin patrol in the Big Bend distrl bandits i.uiieii Bouuillai a Springs two weeks ago. Dunston has given orders Sixth cavalry, commanded bj seph-A. ilaslon. thai arrived Columbus. N. M.. from seiv 'c.cii, ml Pershing's column, un nit he ,,. at v 1 1 n port immediately at Marfa, Tex. tfrotn there this regiment will be appor tioned in Sierra Hlaine, Alpine and Marathon 1 Colonel Sibley is expected to reach 'the border 10 ar Uoqolllat Monday and HOon afterwards Major laing- horne is expected to arrive with his I troops of the Kighih cavalry, bring ing to an emi the utile expeditionary movement begun after the raid on (llcnn Springs Itrlg. lien. Harry A. A. Greene left here tonight for the border and early in the coming week, It is expect- d the militia will be ready to tahe Us as signment in ihe Brownsville district. w no repuiieu un wiii'i- in nur miw, Only fifty-five failed to respond to the I call to lake the oath of allegiance in iihe regular establishment, The num ber rejected for physical disability 1 wan negligible. Oenerai Winston was isllll without advices today relative to the return of American consuls from ; Mexico. VI L .AN U EVA, VILLA LEADER, STILL M.IVE ! MOWtllNtl JOURMIL lICIL LBABIO Wlfjl Presidio, Tex., Muy Ifl 'Via Auto mobile to Marfe,) Placidio Vllla nueva, a Villa leader Who was ic,,ii ed killed in a fight with Colonel Tel esforo DomingUet near Ojinaga tev I era! weeks has joined is not only alive but active banditry with I Jose law. I Th acUv: j Buck ! were I by m lipe with h, other well known out- fir les 1 m-w h of j loraet i 1 11 1'oole, where let carried off. This was followed ws of a raid on Ihe ranch of Ke- Valdes, sixty nil lea from here, the capture of more horses and 1 supplies. I confined Hut vlilanum-a has not his depredations 10 I ho THOUSAND MEN BORDER PATRO American Mde of the Bio Qrande aejar coins to !a Mexican rancher, Jose Rodriguez, j (en 0U1 of I i complained to the authorities al OJIlthe colonel 1 . . ... . . . . , . , 1 natriL lodu, that nin.- ill 11 a s :iniiiw" - horaea bad been taken from his place, This Sinn- bind of thieves took part in the Qlean springs raid, according to all nhtainable evidence, and it is feared here that horse stealing Is the. means adopted for g.-tliug nowl I in-ui for larger operations. FUNSTON PLANS TO PLACE 10,000 ! Pret Northern rt ot M exican 1 State Under Way; ments Not Disclosec Movi VILLA REPORTED TO BE FORMING NEW ARMY ive Hundred Have Been Bandit With Men Said to Gathered by 100 "Golden Nucleus, as IMV HU INi-iu lUUSNAL rkClAI. LlHID WISt) Columbus, N, M., May 1!'.- I'n-p- arsUona for the policing of northern Chihuahua by awarog$mtaly 10, too men. composing a protective Patrol of the MaiOan border, were progress- I ing rapidly h- re tonight. All move- ments of troops and report" from UeneTal Persbtng'i expeditionary sol- unm were guiiriled. however, b- strln- ' gent censorship. At military headquarters svar) af fort "as made to prevent the slight-j est Inkling of the goner plan for re- j distributing tin- American troops In Mexico leaking out. VamJqulpa SotkheruiiKM Bs Namiqulpaa it is an id, is to 1 most southerly of the American ot baaaa Movement of Ciirrana ' throughout northern I'hihuiihu. the haln - Li continued. "The military efforts ot the United , Slates, in Mexico from now on will be 'centered on the prevenlioi I upon American towns," sa 'closely 111 tnlllh Willi ill of forayi elopnienti tonight. cw Ilia I tumors, New rumors concerning tin a bouts of Yillu l eached the w here border ! with tin- arrival Vt the troops today- i These said thai the bandit through the connivance of it leader, slv fol- I lOWers, hud been treated for Ills j.voiinds iii a Chihuahua City hospital and Is now recruiting an army In ihe southern pari Of the stale II was 'si ill be has built up 11 . 011 annul of i Son men goldi 1 i'i if Kill of I his MEXICAN, REPRIEVED NINE TIMES, HANGED; V MOmilNO JUUBMAL PCIL 1-VAklD WISH Marathon, Tex., May is. One of the prisoners captured in Mondays j fight near Santa Anita, coatiutla, be Itween 1 small detachment of Troop A. Kighih cavalry, under Ueutenanl ( rraraei turns 1 gar rise d th' joqulllat raiders. sou of the Carranna nmandi 1 in. who of Sierra Mo alleg'S he was bandits when a Mojada a bout in oonssqusncs hem in Boqull 1 Jade,, ; made prisoner by I the latter raided I 1 six weeks ago. and '"ri to accompa 1,1s ami uienn 0 t This h Infer message I . ng- I'ino tu ma I reci contained ght from vesierday I Wlecsorek d loir dated h BI f ti if 'npt. :. I Coaal artillery here. 'i'il also that Met command wounded II n 1 Ion - capture The SI name v four ca in thel four prison ra Mojada fht. The ba rh ner, wbose I one of the! b-fi behind ; flight tl n Mauser lent' 11a.nl Crnmer sei Laitghorne mentions iter rifles, secured, ; w hich I.I ! Major ! nn : saga i troops a I ihat he has distributed irfis Alamos place being mention Is i the where- iut it (a Mp Surra lllancu, ! and RH ! his hei I inavle h Pino, the latter (quarters, ,'u the message as I f Colonel Htbley, abouta ' , posed j ,..',U( ., hit he cauipe with the Fourteenth cavalry Captain Hageroan of tin- quartei master department. Is expected tn re port here tomorrow for Columbus to lake charge of the motor truck divis ion of the expedition. It Is given out officially that na tives informed Major Laoghome nt 1:1 rino that 100 Cartansa troops have left Blerrt Mojada tor the, north. BIG BUTTON ORDER IS GIVEN OR R00SEVEL1; i HI MOmilllll JOUHKH MCIL liiiiu iU I Chicago, Ma-. tn. -An order tpfJ.eOO campaign billions beahng an, American flag and h inscription, A iik-i ic.-inism." and I "RoOaSI elt. a during Ihe onvenllon In was Slvsn yivoti today f n 1 1 If null The tatlvi inuii. 1 rdei re nc Issued. ml It lias I" 11 bobiiv aa (lull tend part Hies 1 . nu bl ii n leaders ihat they in to -lei it t platfoi in ROOSI'V it write their 1 take It that what 1 l-llllcu en mean Is Dial tln-v 1 live (he platform writ-,n recent declarations he on eruing Anterieanlsm - aui ,,1 , in dnes-i and lo mmit their i lie at lh" pan to I hi name li'i" convention some other aggl essiv cue these ihings bnv i- their I I IN N BORDER OF CHIHUAHUA Hull Ring Offered as Site for College mi Md.hiNa jolissal ififMu iiAaiti wise I ew fork. May it. Tin- imii ring at Chihuahua City, Me also has been offered to the American board of commerce for foreign mtettoni as the site for the International collets which is in be transferred to that city from Ctuadaktlara, It wax announced today, The property cover r whole block, and "my be acquired, The rdam emovni of tin- college is In ae- wilb a 1 eci nl agret mi nt imis denominations h be ilaslon werl mcrlcan bot r Chlhuaha irnla, ami 1 IU S field Mexieo, wherebv pari of Bins npulallen if i some Mill, HHl. IX COLORADO ROADS MAKE GOOD SHOWING AfO MflKI Six Ooln itnd pas iitnountlng 1 hen Irado i M. ds h 1 rn angai revenue In Mai to It.Ml.fli compared with IS.Stl, J41 111 March. It It, according to compilation of their reports roads here today and forwarded to the In terstate Commerce commission. The roads Include the Dinner and Bio lirande, the Colorado and South ern, Ihe Colorado and Southeastern, the Colorado and Wyoming, the Den- ver and Salt l.a 1 Iran, 1, Southern mil 1 he Hli m.i t ne lasolltv Denver. Cpio., Muy I'i ik c-- ilO Ma) I'l.- The gOV granted permlatlon to Refining company to use ernmeni ha Ihe Midwest Ihe Dr Waller I lilltman process at its Casper, vvyo., plant for producing gasoline, it was anounced today, nr. j uitiniuii w in, formerlj was oonnected j With the I'lllteil Slates bureau of i mines, developed a process for the I more economical production af gaso- I Hue and transferred his patents to the I government, Bleven plants have been : given permission to use It. Eldeily Woman Inteimpts; Roosevelt's Address by Of fering Her Two Sons, for Country's Defense, i 1ST M RN INS ICIJHN.L ' - - Detroit, May 1:1 Theodora Roose velt urgod thorough military pre peg' ednesa for ihe United atattt and ,,liade, for true A meileaiilsm In ivvo addreasea aert today; discussed "So clal Justice" before ihe convention ot Ihe troll ih I of Hallway bunds wilb ill a pubtti Train several recap id shook il persons a downtot parting f 1 thousar : (loll III fori 'b 1 e suing The shthutii ! peared 1 her,- SS daj eel, ' sirallmi hotel mrtly jrk 1 everywhere he ap hiR elev en-lmur stuy fUesl of 111 Annricau An unusual deinon J while he was dellv- during honor 1 em 1 1 1 I'lim in- for nddri cs al 11 iliea- ter, when an elderly woman. Inter' ruptiiii; his expression of approval of universal military servl crb lffr oul : 1 "I win ill t h I1 rep for i.l 'U cd mother to tend her son Speaking at a lunch iron Athletic club, Mr to the front Hi nt the DM toossvelt dt I clared that true Americanism "means, unity of the nation Without regard to I tht binds from which our fathers camn; withoui regard to religious dlf j fa re rosea ami withoui regard to the I different sections of the country In: j which vv,. live." ) Bain prevented the Colonel from; ( addressing mass meeting at irand; pork. After mi automobile tour or thn City wnu n wan prsosoao by his addreta before the Urolherhood of Hallway Trainmen, Mr. Roosevelt returned to his hotel, where thou saadt thronged the lobbies mid stood outside In the ralu awaiting an op portunity to catch a glim pes of him. He spoke briefly tu ihe crowd within ihe hotel and shook hands with all who could force their whv to him. Mr. Roosevelt did no meet Henry Cord, tht local automobile manufac turer nll)n,ui;b i .ilh ill the dUV wus Mr wild the colonel planned, to vii Cord in the killer's factory. WOULD WREST FISHING Mr,,OTDV rDfiy fA M A h A INDUSTRY r RUM CANADA l-v " 1 journal ltr IAU limn iftl Washington, May it. a bill pre pared al the department ot commerce and In be introduced In the house to- morrow by Majority Leader ttltchto. is designed to make possible the re capture from panada of a ureal part ,,r tin north Pacific fishing Industry, lust bv American flahermen on W ount of the construction ot : ilraiKl Tiunk railway's extension 'rlnoe Kupert lasi year and Hubsidv granted the Inc 1 saadlsn goi mment, would reejnirs thai all almon reaching Hie through foreign terri- The nu aanri hall Inn and I Culled Stal.s lorv be shipped lioml. Kesldents COLONEL MAKES STRONG PLEA FOR PREPAREDNESS r nominee I of Ketchikan, Alaska, have urged, tort. v miles south d Anas, and durt ona Whose, auch legislation, claiming It will re- ed toward thf nlgo of the nulil iry lave made store Ketchikan business lost to the 'lamp there. A . bomb was thros'n rami Trunk terminal tow n ,,f Prince I ltup-rl. Daily b Cents or Mali. UOc n Mo mil. dingle pi. as MS PUSH RACK ITALIANS; IE OF S' Dual Monarchy's Artillery Fire Forces Foes From Strong Poistions in Trent; Russian Repulse Reported. ALL LIVES LOST WHEN FRENCH STEAMER SINKS Coasting Vessel Is Torpedoed in Mediterranean; Entente's Submarine Campaign in Baltic Continues. : , HsasiH iiii inuii io wui I tder the heavy pounding of the) i Austrian artillery, Italian forces have been forced to withdraw from por tions of tln-lr lineg In the region of I Trent, vvhl- h bad been bombarded for ihr lays.1 Mi official communica tion from Rome admits the evacua tion of the iegnatoria position In thn U.garinj valley and the Upper Aetlco from Monte Maggie to Sagllndaspio, The Italians, huWover, have occupied further Austrian positions In the Ada niello tone, capturing prisoners, mn P rial and provisions, I mring the day the Cermana mudo no Infuntry attacks from their newly won positions on the left bank of the Meute la lh" Verdun region, accord ing lo Paris. The artillery struggle, however, continues most violent on the front nf the Avocpurt wood, Hill 304 and la- Mont Homme The artillery : action has not been so great on thu , rlclil bank of (he Meuae and In the) ; Win vie. Aeroplane bombing expe ditions continue on both sides. Turkish Opposition SHffcns. The Russian advance In the Cau casus theater la meeting with moro active opposition from the Turkish forest Constantinople claims that altrtcks by the Russluus in Ihe reglona I Of Hlllli and llillbui't Well- repulsed. i Pet rpg rail reports only "insignificant encounters" along this entire front. laud Robert Cecil, Rritish minister nf war trade, Informs the Associated Press Ihat an agreement has beeu reached between Breci iiritua- Swedi 11 and that the tension between I the tun I'liiintrles over the shipping question and Ihe seizure of malls has lessened, Preot.-h Btanter sunk. The enti ute allied siibinurlne cam paign against Herman shipping In the Baltic sea continues, the sinking of the German itearner Tarve bp an un derwaler boat hi Ing announced from Stockholm. All Ihe passengers and crew of the French coasting steamer Mlra were lust when thai vessel wus torpedoed uud sunk In the Mediter ranean May hi, according to a Mar-'.- Iltei dispatch; The sentence of Jeremieta C, i.ynch. of New Fork, convicted Of ccnipllell In the Dublin uprising, has not been Confirmed, according to advices re ceived by the stale department at Washington from Ambaaaador Pag. In London. The British government has been asked to suspend the carry ing out of any punishment pending an investigation of lunch's ease The) sentence Imposed upon Lfuch has not been announced officially. LEAVES $700,000 FOB SCHOOL OF MUSIC Y MUININS JOUSNAL IMCUL . ' s , WINft) Chicago, May 111. A trust fund of $700,000 to provide for the estab lishing of a great school of music In Chicago, "for the benefit not only of said city, hut of all America," was left lo Hie Chicago "rchestral asso ciaUon in the will of Hryan txithrop, wealthy real estate broker. The will Wat filed for probate today Cn der Its terms Ihe BlOuntO from the fund would he uaed In establishing and maintaining such n school in con ln lion with the OTChestl 1 of ihe as- oclation, "The city of Chicago has universi ties, museums, technical schools ana an unsurpassed orchestra, but no school of musk such a the conserva toire of Paris." tayt th win. "it it my opinion that an Institution should be founded In which can be obtained an education In the high branches of music and musl-al composition not Inferior to that provided in the cities "i i:u.op..." MARINES ORDERED TO SANTO DOMINGO .fly momi'iN'. -nii-N. .UL'.!, Lt.lin-IMI Wsslllugton. May It. Three lulu flrsd marines al Norfolk and between Inn and uiio in Haiti were ordered to- nlghi in Son to Domingo to reluforoa the American fore, polkint the llttlo republic, Tbose at Norfolk will jo en the cruiser Tennessee, now at New RESISTANC Tfi Ihe) York. The crulsnBalem, at Boston. in was also ordered lo Sunto Domiage i '1 and will take about l wenty-flve ma-rin- Item the lloston siatlon. Tnakbe in.',,-. HoMtb, 1 (via London 1 A P May i'J ' 1 1 1 ni -i 11 aeroplane appeared Middenlj of Ihe Taube lypo today near Madly, from the aen-plane, bui no material idiinuige wus caused.