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ALBU QUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION THIKTY-SKVKXTH VCAR. ()!.. CI. I. j Fourteen Pages Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sunday, July 9, 1916. Fourteen Pages ally by Carrier or Mnll. 9H Month. Ktnitlp Copira, M 0 PER CENT OF RESERVISTS TO ANSWER CALL TO THE COLORS prompt Military Trials Await Those Who Fail to Present Themselves for Service in Army, 25.000 TRAINED MEN EXPECTED ANNUALLY Since Period of Enlistment Is Four Years, Minimum Strength of 75,000 Will Be Maintained, ( MORNINO JOURNAL rctl L' WlKI) Washington, .Inly S. Pending new developments 1" tlie diplomatic tutua tion between the 1'iiited States ami the df facto government of Mexico, hi my ufficlulH are learning military lessons by watching the working out of the national guard mobilization and die MUiuniutiiiir f regular army Krvists to the color. Today brought no further tulimu tinns from Mexico City as to the course of procedure General Ciuratiza will suggest for diplomatic confer ences to settle border iiuostUms. Of ficials at the slate department are hopeful that definite progress toward fraiiitnK a satisfactory agreement will he m.ide next weeli. At the Mexican embassy, however, it Is believed Gen eral Carranzu's suggestions may not be received for several days. Then there probably will be some loss of time, as the de facto authorities doubtless will desire to give Kliseo Ar ledondo, ambassador-designate, spe cific Instructions before uuthori.ing him to open formal negotiations with AOing Secretary Polk, and the prep aration of these will reijuire time. At the war department the belli f is expressed that more than !Ml per cent of ihe 4.00 1 to 5.000 regular army reservists called for reserve duty will report promptly. Publication of the fnct that h call lias been made, it Is thought, will bring most of the men to the front without the delay neces sary for each to receive formal notl . ficHtion. To make certain that other tin ii passing into the reserve at u Inter tune realize, the, seriousness of their obligations to return to the colors when called, prompt military trials will await any who fail to present themselves. The exact effect of the cull for re servists is not easy to estimate In the number of men It will produce. U i much more far-reach inn than the re serve list would indicate, however, be cause In addition to summoning back to duty men who have been out of active service for some time, it prob ably will operate to suspend all dis charges into the reserve list for the time being-, except for specific causes which unfit soldiers for duty. 25.1MI0 Itcserus Annually. Army officers believe that with the increase of the return army author iz'd by tho Hay-Chamberlain bill completed, an uvi rage of more than -"i.'Hio trained men will pass into the reserve annuiiU.1; Since the period of reserve service is four years, they es timate that as minimum reserve strength of nearly 75,000 men will be constantly maintained when the sys--tem Is in full working order. Much attention Is being given just now to the effect of the order direct -lug that members of the national guard who have, dependent families, be discharged. Indcr the tcruiH of the order, it Is optional whether de partment commanders issue only u release froih federal service or a for mal discharge which would nullify the soldiers' contract enlistment with the state from which he runic, as well, and. and strike him off the national guard rolls altogether. No statement 1ms been issued by the war depart ment as to the course to be followed. Many officers believe that absolute d sohargc should be granted and that the Viii'ioiiB states should be urged not to enlist men in the guard in future, win, are not in every way available for activ p service. BERLIN OFFICE ADMITS WITHDRAWAL IN EAST ;ar MOftwiNa journal ihcial aid wiri: Herlin, Jul.-.- K.--The withdrawn! of Teutonic lines along the bend of the Styr river, in Volhynia. where the ad vanced positions Were exposed to pre sure from notably superior hostile forces, Was announced In the Au-tru-H;marian report of July 7 received hern today. The statement adds: "In Pukowina In successful engage- The Day in Congress SKNATK. I'esutned onsiderat ion of agrictiL tural aiilH-oorUitinn loll l',ret..r, o!,,. ..Am,.,il:i0 decided ' 1,1, dually iuillll,.,tr. not to recommend passage of obl- pri-.sident to seek stay Of execution for Sir lioger Casement. caucus on shipping bill 2 p. in Democrat l arranged for He, day-. ssed at 1;46 p. m. until Mon- HOISI". Continued consideration of geiieiai rev enue lull. Mines committee reported bill u 'borizing collection and publication of stalistii-s on crude petroleum, man ufacture and marketing. Passed Joint resolution pn-initt J'se of hospital faiilities at Kliis is 'Uil immiKration station for New Vorfc victims of infantile paralysis. 'leneral debate and reading of reve nue hills ond,fid and amendments deferred until Monday. Adjourned at 5:. 10 p. m. until 10 a. m. .Monday. THE WEATHER THJS WKATHEK KOKHCA8T. Ixnver, .Inly S. New Mexico: Sun day and Monday generallv fair, ixcipt thunder showers north portion. U)CAL Vi:.TIII.R HK.rOKT. For twenty-four hours ending at 6 P. m. yesterday; Maximum temperature, SS degree; minimum, fH degrees; range, V) de grees; southwest winds; parllv cloudy, trace of rain. ments our troops brought in ,",00 pris oners and four machine guns. "In southeastern Galicia, between Pclatyn and Sadzovka. a ltusu,n at tack in strong force was defeated by Alpine territorials. "In the district of.lkva Springs the enemy artillery shelled an Austro Hungarian field hospital, although it was most cb arly marked as such, ir mob breaches of the law of nations are repeated we shall direct our guns against the monastery of Novopocza' yev. w hich has been spared most care fully during almost one year's occu pation. "Italian front; In the lioherdo dis trict artillery and infantry engage ments occurred in which our troops maintained their positions. "In the southern Sugana valley Italian troops attacked our front be tween (Tmadicl and Monte Zeblo. The enemy everywhere was lepulsed.'' MORE VILLA RUMORS REACH SOUTH BORDER MOWN INC JOURNAL aRfOAL LIAtCO wioi; San Antonio. Tex-.. Julv V Francis. co Villa's reported reappealan in fol- viexicun military affairs w j lowed today by the receipt at the Wr-1 YnqUis early this week in low er So- j i dor of a new version l the in.1uiies.norH, according to stories told today j he Is supposed to have eceived. Ac-1 by arrivals from that part of Mexico, j cording to this latest version. Villa iThose of the de facto detachment not I was shot through both legs and only recently recovered enough to retake command of his men. The report that Villa has been rating southw est of Psrral was trans-) know n disposal of troops near the milled to Genera! Fnnston from Kl;wene of the massacre, put the loss at Pu-so today, the same report bearing i 200. the new account ot the nature of hisj News of the disaster to the Cartan wounds. 7;.i. force has caused extreme unrest Colonel Gaston, commanding thelamong the several thousand Yaquls bonier in the Pig Hcnd district, moved land Mayos now at Kmpalme. While his forces in such manner as best i It Is know n that large numbers of calculated to prevent a raid by Villa's j Yaqlil'v have joined the de facto armv, men or other bandits, but army menithere has been general disbelief that expressed little fear thai die new dv i tho entire Indian nation, including the organized bandits that whipped Cnr-;Hionco of wild Yaquis. have made lan.a's troops near Jimenez would at tempt to strike the border in tiny fo'ce.1iist now All reports from bor der commanders indicated quiet. GERMANY COMPLAINS i OF BRITAIN'S VIOLATIONS ii.o.h, Mu,L.c1.Lii..io,iii London. July S. The German gov- ernment. according to lteuter s Am- sterdam correspondent, has handed to j representatives of the neutral powers j In Berlin, a memorandum dated June; 17, which deals with Prltish measures, alleged to fce contra rj to international law, against neutral films entertain ing' commercial relations with Ger many. Reports of Several Other Fa talities Elsewhere Uncon firmed; $5,000,000 Prop erty Damage Is Estimated, iar morn, Na journal aciAL LlAain wiaa New Oi lcans, li , July K. The pos itive death list from Wednesday's gulf . coast hurricane and a series of storms and floods that followed in Alabama j and Georgia, stood tonight at nine,; w ith at least forty persons report! dj missing aboard small schooners in the; gulf. I nconfii mcd reports say thai: nearly a score of persons were killed, ill villages near Mobile, but prostrat-j ed wire and rail communication pro ! vents confirmation. There also arc.; renorJy of deattis eisew neri Property damage probably wdl reach $".(hi,immi. The rainfall t bronghout ; lllt al la ha ma since Thursday has been al most without nrecedetit ami has been accompanied by d strnying vvmus. e moved over Today the disttirbati BOUthwest Georgia demolishing faun houses, flooding streams and causinu heavv ilnmge to railroad property. A' Columbia. Ala., resctiets worked all day bringing persons from 'fees ams the flooded (unusse creek. Today Birmingham was rec from a rainfall of more than inches since Wednesday night. ovenug twelv c. Indus- i . i.. ..in tiwe.l le" aUsc of l I 1.3 I , ,C (, " - ' flooded boib-r rooms, and street traffic was badiv rippled. car) j I'ia .; today ! First reports from Pensa oia i'oH,K.c(iv morning i u. .i, r.t.nu tl,,jt the cite t,as'd through the hurri'ane without lo.'s ,f life, though heavy dumaCe -was on- was (tone : to water front, properly aid to ship- pH'B nv w ir' less ; 'rim inewaffe , 'il I'l to New "aid to CrleaU? The high tiue wit. have been been blown far niiaiio, t , j. ,.;., ,oiii-ouHs rtpstroving icn- IllUtlU'H I'H ,c..., --. . graph lines and blocking bighwav with uprooted tr.-es and debris Siiu, ..u: n ,,.-,i,Mii,te,tK- suffered severe iv although no details have been di .ine.t There still is no wil ce, m- munication with Mobile. passenger? arriving at Meridian. Miss., today said ... ,h.. cvieni of the storm s damage at Mobile had been minimised, declared ti e water front w a wrecked and that great da mug done to buildings. Thev) badly ! was, j I TO PROMOTE AMERICAN TRADE WITH FRANCE R MCRU JOURNAL aRaciRL L0 ,Rf I Vnrli. Julv 8 Before sallin for Bordeaux today on Hoc ham beau. hoard the Dr. Arnaud Rosenthal. American represeniaii of the French Soviet, fur Commercial i,.,pimAnt announced plans for promoting trade and France. between America NINE DEATHS IN ! GULF STORM SO FAR ESTABLISHED; TI HUNDRED OE GEN. ClfllrVS IN MASSACRED BY1UII1S News of de Facto Forces Se vere Defeat Causes Unrest Among Hostile Savages in Sonora, MEXICANS' MANEUVERS PROVE DISASTROUS In Redistributing His Forces Gen, Estrada Leaves Front Facing Redmen Insufficient ly Protected, iav MoaNisa journal anciAL LCAaio wiati ! Nouules, Ariz , .Inlv V- From :'00 to ! 300 Carr.iiiols.tn 'soldiois and camp followers were massacre:) by lironco 1 kilb d by gun lire, it is s.r.d. were : burned at the stake, W hile reports place the number of I op-idead at S'Hi, elimates made on the; i peace with the 'Mexicans. For that reason the reports of the uvolt and , ensuing- slaughter generally are i red ilted. General Kstrnd.v has tad several (thousand troops In the Yaqnl valley iHolHlnir h:iek thp Y:imis. anil it is be- '"d the opportunity for the report- i(0 massacre came about when r.stra- ida moved his mam command north of iHermosillo and Magdalena in the .... f moKiii;)tton moveimuits. FRANCE ABANDONS LONDON DECLARATION iav MORN iNO JOURNAL BRICAL LKAIO WIRE Purls. July . The French govern ment, following Ihe example it( Great Hrllain has abandoned the declina tion of London as an interpretation of maritime international law. A de-1 fee to thai, effect appeal's In this morning's official journal. A memorandum accompany ing the decree says that the rubs In Ihe l.on-i don declaration were adopted by th) entente allies al the beginning of the, war as being the most expedient, but! that experience has shown that they did not give the resulls expeited.j either in securing to la lligctenls a full exercise of rights or affording fidequato guarantees to neutrals, Con-j seouentlv. the memorandum i (in-! i tlnucs, circumstances obliged the al- j lies to modify the rub s of Ihe declar-' I ation, Put, these successive modifi cations led to false Interpretations o the allies' motives, therefore they de cided It wen, belter to return to Ibv original rules of International law an generally accepted. , In so doing, the memorandum il Hides, the allies declare solemnly j Ihey will continue to observe the . principles rigidly, respecting lives audi.. property of neutrals and being readV to make compensation for any unjus tifiable damage caused to bona fide merchants. .1 , ARIZ0NA-S0N0RA' TRADING RESUMED far MORN N9 JOURNAL IriOAL LIAaCO MRa Ijouglas. An.., July K. The first j step toward resumption of normal! business relations between Arizona! and Soiirua was inaiigintited here lo-j day when several carloads of provi.s' 1 ions were taken ticioss tne boirter nv a local copper company for rclu f of Mexican civilians at .Nin or.ari, seventy- five miles south of here. !a report receiied here todav. Iv es G. Lclevler. Mexican consul I Th" MexleHiis c rossed the I" hoe- said that scvenil i-atloads of ,,,( t j tII , nstled forty -six food have been sent to Cananea dur-jnf dorses f,oin Hie ranch of' Tom ing the last few days and that Gfi.rge ,inf three miles out of Ami pra. King-don, general superintendent, had i J'crrme, T,s ranger and a gone there today to inspect the Can- ,,,,. customs -u i rd, wa ited vinti; anea properties, to determ'ne alsa; iiui.t ubeti. with two of his niei w bethel' Ameri'Hti employes should i return. Tho embargo established bv the 1'nited States agnmsl everything ex- i rept food is proving highly rmliarrus-1 sing to trie civ It populannti or Sonora. j Consul Lclevler said, as many families I need clothing but can buy none in ! .Mexico. The first rain of the season, who b iiean nisi iimiu, resunen m uettvii v j in the militia camps here. Tents were i hastily repaired todav and trenches lLill ,u uiani :::e h:-, . .'Mu.y t,,i j ccra nav e negan io iuhkc a i-iii'i'H oi j the equiprn'-nt of the guardsmen. BERLIN QUESTIONS JELLICOE'S REPORT tai aoaiiNa journai brrcial lraiio t,Rl London. July 8. p.cnter dispalcti froni Amsterdam says that an official Matement isstfed in Herlin (ompai-es thy est, male of German losses in (he Skaernak naval battle as contained in Admiral Jellice report with a report of lh Pritish admiralty on i Jun 4 and declares ' In fait, the total losses of the Ger man high seas forces during Ihe fight ing of May 31. June I anj sule(pient ly were only one battle cruiser, one elder shin of the lin four small cruisers and five torpedo boats. Michigan Soldiers Fntrnln. Camp Ferris ftrayling. Mich., .fitly H Several companies of the Michi gan national guard entrained for the Mexican border today. DRY LEADER WILL SUPPORT HENRY FORD a WOKNINM JOURNAL Chb ago. .1 uly V f in. twice nominee parly for president arrival here today aRvrtAL iiaffB niri F.ugeno v. t'nn of the prohibition .ihiinunced on bis that be will work for the nomination of Henry Ford for president at the prohibition na tional conv lit mil at St Paul, week after urxi. Coincident with Mr. Chafin's arrival It was announced Unit V. G. llinsbavv. chair, nan of the prohibition national committee, has had an Intel view with Mr. Ford on the subject of the prcsi detitial nominal ion and that Ml Ford's views on the honor question were satisfactory to the national com mittee. The Dctroi, manufacturer is considering the question and will an nounce Ins position in a few days That Mr. Ford will accept the iimni tuvtton was taker us u foregone con clusion by Mr. Chafin. "Mr. Ford Is a stronger candidate than either Wilson or lughes and if nominated be can be elected this year." Mr. Chafin said. Illlill'S TTOKIA sYs u rn MN; I NOT l PtU ,11 1( s Detroit, .Itily x. J, llenrv Ford's attorney lin Anderson, . reltcialed the statement made carl it in I'l tins w pol il h s. ik that 1 1 Mr. Ford was ic UTILITIES HEARING TO LAST TWO WEEKS lav weaNiNa joumnai avciAi. liacio WlMtl Denver, .Inly S. - Announcement was mad," today that the state utilities commission take fifteen days to con sider facts broughl out at , slei day's bearing and to formulate, rules gov- ruing public utilities companies In! the state. A hearing was held today at Colo- I ado Springs on the pi lition of the Colorado Sliiings Ught. Heat undi Power company for pcruiis.doii to in crease rates on gas. i BRITISH INFANTRY GAIN ! FOOTHOLD IN WOOD iav WONNINa journal m,:ial intip wa) ; loudon. duly a. in.)--- lb it- ish Infantry after a fierce attacl; i stunned a line of trenches and gained la footing in the HuiP de Trones. ac I cording to the Pritish official state ment i.sueil late last nb;ht. An up-ru-eclable advance also was made In the neighborhood of (ivllters. Baud of Marauders Said to Have Crossed ( , bOI'ller ailU Rustled Pursue, .,,. 14 IKONS ARE ! REPORTED SLAIN BJ 3 AMERICANS I ! tiustlecHO Horses; Kangersnate, of wi.i.h k. . in-pct. rath Minim i 's possi) i ils Tt) i mu x ki .pii in Id Paso, Tex., July If fa posse which left S. A idler 101 Paso to day to Investigate reports that fourteen McM.-aiis bud been killed in a battle with three Americans near Anapra, N. M., returned lonlghl without having ohlaliud any veriflcallon ol the rumors. Members of the posue asserted that liny had searched the surrounding country thor oughly anil had been unable to find any Iraie of the reported battle or Mexicans killed. Felipe of tin bod ic to Ii of Ihe been IV e Luc she M., rilf of liona in which Ana county. N A mi pra is be at telephone that nothing nf the ment, while a I i redit t he stoi y d, said over the be had heard ported engaKc ndency to dis- was manlfcsled nerallv lu re lonight. lav MORN I NO JOURNAL BRICI A L LRatO WlRII LI Paso. Jul s. Fnurleen Mexi cans ie renoileil to have been Hilled i in a ba'lle with threu Americans nol ! far from Auapta X. M , according to .rd. hca Pel set out in puisii-t of the bandits At noon todav he telephoned F.I Paso that h- and hi m'-n , ,,,.ht un with the M i aught un w tth ihe Mejji ans boundary, engaitinir t'neru in a (, j -wlr fourteen ,,f them and rei ,, horses. The Mxu ans. h" numbered more 'ban thirty W'st ive set Aiiunru is about ncv en toiler of kl Pasi, The authorities 00,1 to veriry ceii'nT.'s s'oiy. - RAINS HAMPER SUPPLY MOVEMENTS (BY MORN,N JOIJRNAL RRKCIAL HUIB WIRtT Columbus. N. M , Lllv x. -Toiren tiiil rains .'ll over the Santa Marin river valley, in 'vhlch the American expeditionary coniroand l ncani ed. todav and , ont.mied tonight. Th'' rains Imoipeied t ranspoi tar ion o.ei the motor supplv Hall from ( 'idcinhus to the field, gretit (idols of sPppeiv alkaline iniul forming in tlie ,uls whi, h had been filled with powd -red d-ist. However, wi'h the suppLcs runo n tra'ed at the fo ld base, no Hf,preii'u sion was manifested bv mihtaiy au thoritiea ber thai, the interruption would handicap General Pershing's command. Iiespife the weather con ditions riinnv tru'lc loads of alfalfa, grain and other forage were started south across the border from here to dav. Reports from t h fi Id ', might In dicated tiiat small bands of illtstas have been seen below General pel shins' lines recently. i ARGUMENTS WILL BEGIN TOMORROW IN MURDER TRIAL OE YOUNG ORPET otion to Dismiss Denied Al ter Eloquent Plea of Law yer, 1 hough Co it 1 1 Seems Impressed, COUNSEL CONTENDS CASE NOT PROVED Defendant's Attorney Atgues That Motive and Accessibil ity of Poison Have Not Been Shown, av MaNiNa jocmnal arvciAL HAfio wiat' nukegan. 111. Inly s. -Taking of evidence in the case of Will H. Urpet, harired with Cue inurder of Marboi I anibeit. was concluded tod iv. Al ignments will becln Moniluy. The i usual motion to dismiss was made and I denied. ' In a few words, deny log the motion, Judge Donnelly said. ! .Inilgo Sis'ins Impressed ' "I have listened with deep Intel est I to the words and logic advamed bv counsel, but opinions liii'fei. After .all, I think the case is one for th'i iliit v io decide. The motion is denied I Court is ud.loui lied uulil :i.,lil o'clock j Alnany. X. Y ., July (inly two! ; next Monday " I new cases of nilantlle paialvsls In sec- i j Mi. Wilkerson's remarks before tlu'l (Ions of the slate outside of New York j tilling were briefly supplemented hyjcitv were reported to the slate- health! Attorney Italph Potter, who. w II Ii I Leslie P. Manna, is associated Wltn;ihe total number of cases outside of iMr. V llkerson In the defense, liefer- ( ; IVal cr New York to fnrM even. ring to the analysis of Ihe evidence; ! tiiude bv Mr. Wllls-rsoil, Mrs. Potter j Ksisl pi i.,m.ik, ill., j,.y s. Three ! concluded . i eases of Infantile paralvslH were dls- Del'cnsc Ijivv.vci's Plea. 1 "The absence of motive for the! murder on ihe part of Ihe rtefendant the unavailability of potassium ca uble to htm; its availability to Mar lon; her motive for suicide; all are uncontradicted facts which have been so firmly established that If William orpet should ailse In bis seat at I his moment and assert that he killed Marion Lambert with cyanide of po tassium there isn I anybody In this court room who wouldn't demund that lie lU'iive It." Alt. wilkctson dwelt tnululy on the. uncoil! i a d a t ed testimony of every , chemist who testified on the point j that Manon died o cyanide id potas tjuni poison, and thai as lout or Ihcsi .., ., i.. ... ..,,i.i, o,,eris assiiicii, (lie on,,, 'available to the defendant, that In the ureeiiboiises on the Md'oiiiitcK ea- r of w as the prisoner, is siiperinionuen,, lumps of cyanide of sodium. Ueiliii'tio ad b-tinliiiii. "These chemists, without conlra dictnui, testified that to have obtain ed the four grams of potassium cya nide found in the girl s stomal h she would have had Io have eaten more than two pounds of Ihe poison if In I n m i , form, or Io have ilrunk more than tw, Ifiom tin keison quarts lumps. "Sin h a of sulul ion made i le. hired .Mi. UH- mention would be absurd. ! I "Thus the lurv, if si ill suspicious of ! J 1 (Icteridanl. is left ahsolnlelv to i guess at the soiirse of any supply I ! which (M pel iiiiiv have had. Not one I I uni'il of Icslimonv has appeareil In j 'the whole (.is,- hearing one any other; supply than that In the gt ecu house. lAiiil the law in cases Mich as thb'i ! where murder is ('bulged and purtic-j ililv wliei,. Ihe us,, of iiolsoii Is ul -, i IcL'ed asseils that possession of th"il poison in list be proved beyond doom. I Says Proof I-. Lucking. I I'lie sl.iti' lias not piov eil tins, ami i eontralv has been proved without i tin , oniiadiOion by the dcfeica. l ur-j ttiet, niu-ontrailii ted ev idence has shown that cyanide of the slientlh; used Is not available al drug stoles j Thai used was of a purity ordinal Uy j tin ind in f-vv places eMepI laborator-! je and the fii'-t Unit Minion was i al. .t bora tin y where t lie pure ; ,,,1.. v us available to let', that Site, 'was thcie in violaii'in of hi hool rule-. , and that this was on the day before j In r death h i i been clearly shown i uoiIki it coni I lull, lion ol a uy sort. i Wdnessei todav were In, flulph W. i Webster, a retiullal witness w fioc i .cfoss ev.imination was completed , Ire, I I. Wcn'oaii. the iindei taker unto ' whose , hamc Marions nooy was ilucru). 11 L. Krall. a druggist m '"' -'l.al.e Fotesl. the tiotne of the Ul pel da' 'jam I lamb, it families: i: u. urpet , I"1 !an, AleKandei Allen. Only one new '. element w as injected into ti si i"1" t during the dav and that came In the lucl ' t, siiinonv of Mr Kiaft and Mr, (lrp"t. r the l.ldcr (Mpcl lestlflcs. fight, j v h, n - te.lil'ied belore. Ihe (o,d alng I net 's jure !:it Fein utilv . the elder sii'l,in,i. stated that a 'an of wbai be thought was cyanide of potassium. i ,,,,, W),j, n t it lie, out to lie i yantde ot ' , ,,j t,iln, was the onlv i vallide on the jcKls'c If" admilteil todav ttiai as a( itcrtl, r of la, t at t hat tun" I wo no- j (.pi tied eati- lieaniig (be label ".-, Ii.i.n ' v. ctc locked ,i, in bis offii e I -vYhv didn't yon tell the coroner's. M V Of I I O -;c o AHornev p.r nl P. Joslvn. of 111" p:os- f Hose two (ans. tl-rn:intet eciiMoti. ' Merause I klicv V ' I touOi'-d them Ihey weie sold-re'i , light Thev .i,e. and loi l;( ,1 nil, nunc-' "i o' ' didn't b'l' M r i " e t. tig the ACCEPT SOME RECRUITS WITHOUT EXAMI NA TI0N J ' ar MORN, Na JOURNAI. irini, LfAaiO wiRtt I Washington. July x.- rinv depart- ' fiiental c oin ni a ti dom have been in 1 iav worninr ,q,,rnal am al lihio w,r, rarit' ted to muster into the fedetal! Iicnvet July ( - More than tl1"1, .service officers ami enlisted men f jlilm in piemfiiins was cllc''teri from states which have adopted the sta ud-, ard medical examination prescribed tor the regular iirrn.'-. without fui Iher medical exaroinatlon pieviouslv to the rnnster. After the muster, how ever, there will l a federal examina. tion and '!,(, found physically unfit for mibiary service will be dis hatgd immediately. Children's Epidemic Spreading Rapidly a l:N,M JOUA-WAl. I'lOU lt0 !, New York, Julv s. Although this was the hottest ,av since the lie-in-IllniL of the eplilellllc of Infantile pal a iv sis, tw,, weeks ano, fatalities troii the disease stiovved a decicase. lull ing the tvveniv I'onr hours piece, iing 1" n'cloi K toil iy, the ili-.c.isc Rilleil eighteen hildrcn In the greater cilv, lhirleen of this iiuiiiI.it dying in I ;rcok l n. Ninety -five new cases of the ,lc, ease Were ifporlcil ill (be five boroimhs Dllflll;; (lie Week Jus', elided there vvcle iL'ii deaths, ICi of this number In llrooklv n. I pot led. Mine than Mill ca is wci' t I 'hiciigo. infantile i .1 lllv S. ( Mie liev case of i I'll IV Slit Was icnolled III Chicago t.i.l;, ;i suburb. ind two in Pine 1'iliiml, I'.oston, .Iiilj s - lloaton Is without tiace of ni, ,iilile paralysis and oiilv MX ct'acs have been I'epolleil olficlal Ij In the stale up to noon today, San Francisco, July s v'uv health ant iiiiril ies quarantined today a s.ix pected case of InC.inlllc paiali in a 4-year-old girl who inrivi,! from New- Ymk tin, June .:ii, with her mother. The San Francisco board of health has I'equi stel the California board nf health to inaugurate an iit spection of trains from the , ast ul the stale borders Newark. N .1., July S.--ui.- ucatli. that of a child taken with the (Un cus, yesterday; five nscei tallied new cases and five suspected one", Wele lodiiv s dcvclopim ills In ihe Infantile l,., tt, , biu i it ii.. I I.,,, I,i i'.v.. plav 'grounds are closed and an der to clo-o all Sunday school' l'a" also gone fotth Palcrson, , lien were taki .1., Julv II to the T ii chit- I 'latino b 1 pltnt today I paraly si: siifleiing from lnfantib ; Madison. Wis Julv , Infantile pnralysts in ! been l epoi ted io t he h -- Six ca ies of isconsln have stale bureau of itnl statistic this mouth. ,1, iiai t mi ut tins forenoon ThiH lulu covered in Fast St. Lotus to,aV Lawrence, Mass,. July S use of infanitle partlysis has discovered here. The pntlenl'a linn was said to be sellout. Full River, Muss.. Jul., 8, case of Infantile parulvsia. Is treatment in this city. under Holxiken, N. J., July S. The flrsl case of Infantile puralyslH In Ibis city w is found today in one of the thlclitv. Ollgcstcd sections. F ; mm , VVIK II J(iilus Be'ju I heir t, 360 S'Mithwaid Movpiiici (ip oUII(!ll(ll!l, finished," Win I n n,ui imnmi. tn.iu iiaim rihii ',,nis, Jnlj N. The new l-'ieto III fionl lufoie I'etonne appears to have. een forlitieil now mi iim to f.i i-i I it ii 1 1 flauklna inoveinents souihward and a widening of the positions nliniih coll. ,ini, d French itifanli.'. Iiianguratcil I, this o,, i ration vesli rduy bv smi-esi-, fill allail'.s in Ihe region of I lei lov -en- , Santeitc, while :i;,i' Germans iver taken pieonei and east of Fslreea, , whi te fitly men weie left ill l-, in h i hands utter an assault on a oommiinl-j atina Ireie h. j "t was oio.l business, hii e,'' ailj an ey wiliuss. ' 'Ttif I'letn li inlan-, Irv lumped out of the trenches aiiHj , , I,, woil; vOtli as much cihrirv In; their iioi hod as If ot copied with a. task i !i i , had be, nine second mi- tut, a, a,, i u i in., ,,tl 1 1 , the ; I 1 1 1 1 1 1 w ho. ,., ti, ps, ha-l I, ip.,, ,, L.llt, tnil ,h ).,,,, t, n impressed by vv hat n not I Ii of them it u I - i da Tile I' l , ill b ! had s, ar c, , c:h bed 'be first hue j of i hci i i -1---H Ies when the ier mans wen a n clmiluni on! of ''' t'eiiibcs in .hi"iets win, their binds op and loa tchlliL; in double -ipii k l.lne low ai d I Ic i . m i, 1 1 cliches The tiit wave of assa ila n ts peeincl to illiolc these fc,,WS Willi tore tbiougb the weed- Wltboat w, Ol' end wilboitt iilcipi! in scatch of hole it, 'jo- Ir, I ,., ft - V. il e e , t a 1 1 g le I II C ' ' t S The ( jci Oirt us vet" pa t n res of pt c 'I O I'l, I" a i Viet v until I In i IMC lu-d t tn Hold 'iii,i pasMhg nt I'l em h mm h i c nil n Io? v. ai d to so ppoi I I h ' The v ar Is rini.-he, I inched' , , ic, rim n , their wa., the , I ions dr., Wiim infantry The v. ar is of them, wit h I t h.'i'- fa. s c i t he. leaped iul, , aiint' ti etc hes I r In ' wi n (tiding into hi h S 1 1 1 1 1 1 s . ' oinin up the I'll and file ices '! !'; c.-li 1 1 oops w a tiiL I'm I VV Ol T d i. t a 1. ' tt'ftr : 1 1 rt in the as -a ; fit ,-",ii bieatl , , s ,., .,, r,, io,) P it' ii ' i LP 1 1 .' 11.11 j "l en, I ' I i i 1 1 1 v j lin. . j H i re w a I I ml.' the and , p.. ., w n of'i ib ,1 I S 1 00.000 IN PREMIUMS , PA IH RY F -71 PI OYFR'a1 1 "'IL' l I l. 'H L V I L-I'v private rmp loves by ,sllHoti insuratn e d, 1 be state compel! - parlment for the eleven inotilbs just t lose, I, It was an nounced todav. In addition, $32. Mia was eolleitcl from rttbs and counties insuring their employ cm. A dividend of .''I pet cent will be allowed the em ployers it was staled. The fund now lias a balance of $107,010. FRENCH F ORTIFIED 0 FLANKING FEAT GERMANS FORCED BACK ON BOTH Teuton Counter-attacks Alontf So mine Repulsed With Heavy Losses; British Posi tion "Satisfactory,'1 RUSSIAN DRIVE IN FULL SWING Petrograd Reports Capture of .20,000 Prisoners and Much War Material: Foes' Resist ance Weakens. av taoRNiNa jotiasAL araoAi LiAaao wiati I'ndeterreii ly rain and foR. th Hntish offensive continues north of the Komme. Tho In con line lldii with tho ate i (polled to h't'T ad half a mile on Hnturdiv. the Germans General llalg l also have nui'le consldera hie 1 fii vely ' III it leh ! (.-,,. m.t,' v a need against. I t'orci H jproKii ss at ontaimaison. w nere ineir tiimliion now is considered "satlsfm -I fry " ! The Frei'i h In an utluck on Hardc jcouit and Mamcb n gained the desired j positions in a Hit e more than half nn I hour. The Germans counter -nlti'kcd twice against Ihe Mamelon position, ,biii were repulsed The Frcm h In flict,, 1 heavy losses and took J0 prisoneis. Arttlleiy bomliardtmills continue nioiind V erdun. t trcriiiimx m llcpulwil. j A tierce picltmlnarv bombardment, by the Itrltlsh wus followed by an en wuy at tuck which gained theni lodgc mi nt In it strongly defended Uerintiii t posit Ion known as Llul de Tronet FRONTS, LEAVING IAN! PRISONERS I'l'he vicrmaiis nttemptcil u HtroniT i ,11M;eountei ' uitnck to regain this position, ' H' eiitdlng t' the Urltlsh official oildl-IsUlement, II broku down under th" " I llrttlsh fire. The lluitilan drive, for Kovnl l tin,. i agnlu in full wlnft nhiliir both ahlo 'it me ranvvav limn rai o.v vo suo- portant iunctlon point in Volhynia. Genual Kuledlnea itportMil further Important piognss (n Ihls movcnient yesterday. His linen now have been pushed lorward along a front nf more than thirty iiuIch In thin-Hector until I hey extend from Leti hnievka on the north to Gru.lalni oil Ihe south, lylnK approiilmiitely Ihlity-flVe mlbs from Kovel Teutonic Itcslstanco Wi'okl'ii'. The Tciitonle reslsliince, wlilch week ago bud not only stopped but I was iliivlng back Ihe Pussluns alont Ithla front, apparently has been nola 1,1 v woakened. Iterlm anil Vienna ih.ive reported an orderly rellremcnt hen. but petrogrud claims Ihe cap 'ture of more than au.linti prisoner-', I with nuiiu rolls guns and stoles and I munitions and mentions the sabci lna; ling of numbers of Austrbins In a pur suit ufler a cava Iry charge, j The pounding of General von Molh liners army In Gullcla also Is being continued by the Russians, who U' p.iil the caplure of another Village and or more than 1,U00 additional ; pi tanners. I Ilillio Still Itcliccllt. ! The German official slatem' nt lii i little to say of the fighting In the. I Volhynlnn and Gallon fields of oper liitloti. II repottti, howevei. Ihe re in esston of Kusslali Hllacks on I1 lel'i Marshal von I llndetiherg s lines soiitll of livinsk and 'be mowing down of masses of HuesbiiiN in their futile ef forts Io break through the German lines north of Paranov jcttl. iilotot tl" front f i inn It In to tedow ' lot (nils, lie. lb. battle in ibis iattcl sc loi l sttd 111 progtess. Thete seems pftle doubt Hint Ihu Gei mans have massed all their read ily available I e-i.-rv es against the Urlt lsh in northern Fiance and ate mak ing General Hnlg's fori est pay dearly for whatever success's they win. I N Not Coin ed,' Gnlil". ISerlln does not "onceije the kiiiiih claimed bv the P.ritish In lhelr ef forts Io reduce, the Gennciri talient. centering upon Contalinais'in, arid dc cl ues that ( tiormoiis rntnliers nr Itrlt 1SI1 llcmi w ere leil on i lie jkiooow foro lb" Ceiina.ii positions In thi-i no tor after the fin from the Teutonic lattillfiv ami ma. bine guns had tm n Mot, i tl masses of Iroops advancing to ! the ntlacl. I Similar heavv (- vvr.ue snffeicl i lie the I'lcll' ti att.lcks along the I It'iiK'lies-Mi.yceotirt front of their of- I fensive lnov eilietii . u .o'flilUT I" the I ( ierm.i n betubi na 1 1 a rcpor I ' eju y flgiltlllK . ontiiiiics i,"t :h of V. i dun, w her lb I 1 "in h i have ., Mcmpls a I'lold ate dc suffered to , arrv Terre clare, I by Iterlin bcnOiv ,n fruitier ' Jet mail po -itions rnhre. ;SS0-.JAPANESE PACT TO SAFEGUARD SLAV? I A L MAtfO WIRf 1 , fa London. ) - Poili se fin-'.ette e ag r eni'Mit , minister of fol - pi Ii ul. July I rvieVV in tf'e I; us--,, Japan imoff. the 'II I .,' S' t c l as s. ecu a If ib v s.o The present of io-i.il,!' ins foi W tl I tl liece.-Slt. war open up a crtc Phsj'iii. the solution of t's our confining our Pt- nil ii t., th.' west for many years. on oa' H' it i, In r ;t v with Japan irds f ir eastern ipicstious, vve vote ,! (,nr (.iiem'lcs to the ho of th'se problems with the att- that no power lll lake iin- a nt.ig" of ' hlna to can y out 1 eg can d, I, if. hi "iiran, fall .1. IPs ambitious plans, us was the cas with other .(iiinlrics bordering on Plissla on the east '' l arter Kill H.imim'ndcil. Washington, July S. -The Carter bill to authorize the secretary of th interior to collect and publish tu tistb-R and data relative to production, manufacture and marketing of crude petroleum and all ita products, wan favorably reported to the house today by the inlnci cotUouUee,