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T II K T ULSi i i 1 i. i W 0 li L t T I K s I) V , J UN K i g l s $100,000 DAMAGE IS S0N0AY STORM TOLL i In ' i i i illy in ! ( 1 1 i 1 Expert Testifies Thaw Is Sane Man UPROOT MANY TREES I . . I 13 I 1ll.lL U.i in ilfti lllg I" " I . TO FORM SEVERAL STATE SOCIETIES Men i mi ni Started l loin mi rciji I lull in Perfeel Social )i'n;ini,;ii inns. m followa Hun thai if it esnnol be ac compllshed in any other war 'tic topping nt I ha aupplv may in the -Ireme caae hi effected i.-, the ! si rn'-- ni i in- couth uband ai d of l he mo p ' I'ti'- 1 1 inn' i.i ol I he United ton. (in it,,. Contrary ho Ida these treat) provisions do nol authorise the deatructlon ,,f a neutral vessel In any clrcumatanee By It a expreaa terma the treaty prohibits even the detention 'f a neutral vjessol carrying oontrv band it the muati i of the veaael ll wllllne; to aurrendei the contraband sunk lull i uluadlna;, "In llil' II,,. , III,. ,1 fanta I'llsntloi of n nuinher of show thai pursuant to orders from I.. ilil'l H ,. I II II W.I' I',,,, '.". ' ,iMi, -i i in I iii.i i ri iiimi-i Ttl ,,i w itiTd.tj i '"in luneneon "t " umsiei (,i in,- prye unuertoos i li,, i i I'Uib directors l : throw overboard the cargo of thai , . r, iu ,.f iim veaael, i,,n in.ii before the work of "i be 0i)b delivering oul the i-iuk,, w.m ftuiahed Ihrui ' ,i direct hi m placed their oflli h the veaael, wllk the cargo, wan aunk H ,,i ,, ., i n i. ii iii, project lino ine mi 'im.in commander, hi i, i ii , niii Hhnilh Inauiiurate 'For thoaa reasons youi contention a rhllill i was gl (runipnl'n aeortnln Ihe bcr of thai the deatructlon "t the ci-sei wuh " . m H. .nil hi aid in, union The government of the United Btatea s in K" Into ttiincaa "Like i reuth in exit inn, I i I many "'" question of t lit- contraband or i i,h in- whj hi "iii: hi i . ni In i ..l .i i . i .hi , 1 1 1 1 1 K ua ' 1 1 i "i , ' I i i f , i in. klllti ... I'o lali TuNa llcaliitiarterH. i I I,,, i 1 1 1 1 , i I,., I i. h v l .In.t of 1 1 ,l i .1 i .1 !. re. .I. i,, i , ii,, i , n:, OUl ' I In- i ollllnol Ml i hil' I. . Is dial niiUlltlollM of I lir. lUtl a. Il l' i invaluubb i i laiire to the i i in nn in I., i h w ill be In n nul I li'- .lull III linn li nil li ,1 f I I . I I It! lug Russia Admits Reverse a I i I r . l)i mil I,, i ml I In . I ni, in I mi, I, n ', A one the Dniesttr - 1 O It ia i - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I'll t hat ' i state in i . kg, in i in' ritj win not xvi r,t ii'ii tin' loan . riii. ii,. la tm itliiiahle nl ra hand chnractei of the m Tin Imperial German govern ment tout ailimiiiil thla question " i - m i... dltleJ'etioe ao fai an iih lia bility foi dainagea is concerned ami ii,. reauli in the aame bo far an the In 1 1 float Inn for the linking of the v . we is concerned, la Hi,-tlli , i. ir wr assume the cargo wai non contraband the deatructlon either ol iin cure i ii.' . aael could not he Justified in the circumstances of thla , i i under nnj a, copied ruin of Inter nationul law Attention also la called i,. fin pi uvlaiona of artli in i - of i In treat) of 1716 between the United Stall n .nni Prussia which, likn article i i ni iii.. treat) ,,i 1799 aa continued in force bj article 12 of the treaty of iv.' Ho fit us i im provisions ol article 12 of the treaty of 1788 apply in iim question under consideration, the) ,i re ua followa: "If one of the contracting partlea ahould bo engaged in war with any nihi l i',, hi t, iii,' froa mtercourie ami cuiuiuerce of the subject! or cltlaena of iim party remaining neuter with the belligerent powera shall no) be Interrupted. On the contrary in that .inc. i s in tun peace, iim vessels of the neutral part) may navigate freely In and from (he porta ami on the L'naala of the belligerent partlea free veaaela making free gooda, Insomuch thai all thlnga shall be adjudged free which shall im mi board any veaael belonging in the neutraj party, nl though audi thlnga belong to an on- my of t he ol her lolatlon of i n iitics. "it seems clear to the government of the United siaies, therefore, that whether the cargo is regarded as con traband ni- as honcontraband, the de alruotlon of the veaael was as atated in my prevloua communication on this uiihtnul '. ulnlktlnn ,,r Dm nhllmtlnm iniiMit.il Herman go) ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,i,,, ,, .,i,i tin meaning and ef- I ) full- h i'.iihI.iI fe. I ut the lreat si I imlal n ms under ii : i . he I ; iiMsian ii ii' it nn , w nn ii n n.i - an an 1 1 en 1 1 s on , i i ii i Itl I ii ,il in li di i .11 in ,1 (he 'I', u ih. linn n lepri'M ih il iii Tulaa b) twelve or more pcrjona Frye Case Must Not Go Beiore a Prize Court i" i dm the the (Contlnin d Ki . in Page One1.) iri ItiKteud of being Bettled by . i diplomatic iiucsi inns between u,i Kovernmenta as propoaed b f 1 1 i I 1 1 1 u i II l ul llie i linen r.i,ui.-, In Mini it caiinut and I hat H i pa 1 1 I i i i man Vdnilla Liabtllt . "As pxiinted oul In in) laBl noti the government of the United Htatea has conaldered the only uueBtion under dlacuaalon was the iinihnii fur ftacer- i iiiimfeiiiiig an) ofltalnlng Ihi liidemnlt) under an ad- it lit- caateril f.ai'H in ihe w , 1 1 in . nut li d luiluliU .uid il imli s with "iir : in w i CITY COMMISSION FOR CELEBRATION w repulaed deaperate Bttaclta b; I I I. I II. .Ill InfeeS alutl(.' IIH tHikueaowti e-Hntl i front " I tat tie long ViatuU, 'I im latest Ituaalan offwal ooni if the governmeni ..f the nil. ll government under existing treat) stipulations between the United si. 1 1 , s and I 'riiHHlu.' for tins., reaaona the government Ptati dull .III ,f III. ri iv underatands t he p. i i i in pel i.i i Herman govern i f thi wilh the I'nii'ii Btati nun. i dlaagroe in. in us now preaented, u im that the ptovlalona c article 13 ut the treaty 'II Ihe t ' 1 1 1 1 . . I SI. ill I II il f 1 , 99 he! w I'll, 'li, II... I I ..il v 1 V S III..I I I liil I I, Uiiim, all. . null. .11 u "'" """"J commander Of the fun. I'.ilel I' in. I Is liellot lullhlll nil I II i n il n.uin III iii iiiiun thai .in American veaael carrying contraband ma) he destroyed wlthbul lUnbility or account abillt) beyond tho payment of such In I he t HMITOW dial l nl. pa III. ill. 1 1 Ii ii,. mist the town d illlivlany, ihe vus tn. in. wen, repulaed and suffered i n i in w . i eoinpai'ttUv calm pre alls. 'riie Italian war office reporta there lias been no Important development along the entire front aloni the Thn l iNir I'.i, , . i brut ion to be ustrlan frontlei Beptomiiei was ifi lull) Ituloraeil' b) lampalgn la due Igrgel) tn the niotin i i i Tin dlreotora rImi Indorsed Ihe The French mlniatry ut wot reports La bin i i v inogruni that Ih to ho com th.n Ital) has broken off dlplomatb piled m i Issued b) tin nun ttee in relutlona with Turkej -nul Ital) will I'harire. .mi whlcn will .-.1111.1111 7t aeod troops in the Dardanelles 1 r pi' f advortiaiiM fielal confirmation from itun li is injed 1.1 have roprcaontail . U, King. lamnKea afl haj he fixed by a Qer in.in prize court. The issue thus pn Heated arises on a disputed interpn II,,. ..ula in I', .land, wherein attacks !..,,; 1 ,1 '" of wlnli retpitres uircci dip Matting or Wicker Suit Ca.ses $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50 to $5.00. Ladies Traveling Bags In Fine Walrus and Seal Leather $8.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00. The Right Kind of "Luggage" for Your Trip This Summer The Kind You Can Depend on Innovation Wardrobe Trunks are the Best You Can Buy An absolute guarantee of satisfaction with every trunk $25, $35, $50, $65 to $85 These trunks air tin' highest lvi of roiitrui-tion anil arc noted for their greal Btrengtu and lightness, Steamer Trunks -$7.50, $8.50, $10, $12.50, $15 to $25.00 The Never Break Trunks In all sizes, 32 to 40 inches Men's or Ladies' at 7.o(, $10, $12.50, $15 to $20.00 rnv.n i ; . , , .. t?....,. c , . i .i n . . l . i . n W'.. I X. c Bellows Cases, Combination Bags and Trav ' eling Sets. The must ejctensive showing of .j.iU-'1 Leather Goods and Tiunks in the cite. penaable, and it does nut perceive the necessity tm- posipomns; me seino ment of the present claim pending the consideration f thuao other claims hy ih. prise court. "The government of the United states, therefore, auggesta thai the Imperial Qerman government recon sider the subject la ihe iiht of these considerations ami because ox me oo Jectlona acainsi resqrtlng to the prise court the government of the United Btatea renews its former suggestion that an effort he made to settle this claim by direct diplomatic negotia tions, (Siylledl "LANSING." There's Health and Strength In Every Package l.i i't s and alert minds ran be built only on food thai contains an bodv building elements in easily digestible form, GRAPE-NUTS FOOD the nutrition of Nature's richest grains, wheat and barley, iu i ital mineral salts found in the outer oats. These salts, ihosphorus, etc., are absolutely necessary to health, but arc dis carded in making white flour and m st prepared foods. Grape Nuts reaches you all ready to Berve convenient, nourishihu and delicious. "There's a Reason'' sold bv GfOettB evervAvhcrc. eluding t iron, litm ii u nn ni; i mills in ihi in i i.i i i. i ..... ii , , ,11.,,,. ,.,,, ,. i . , , ,1,. i government Itahla .for 'hr,d'imf"Lrnrnenta and cannot properl) bi ami th,,. inueh na the treaty pro LH u n(, ,,,,,. ,,, tlll0et 1 ' man prlltO SOI rl which Is in nn way talnlng the Indenint thai n UMtlon ,b sovernnlen, ol , mual be aubmltted to the Qerman i , , , t si 1 1 prlae . ourl "Moreover, even it no disputed No Justification fur t. question of treatj Interpretation was "The government ,'f the United Involved, ihe iidrntastan by tho impe- BtatcH, mi ihe other hand, docs nol rlnl Herman governinenl of us llahll- find in ihe ireais altpulatlona men in for damagea for ainklng the vea- tloned any juatlflcatlon for the alnh sel would seem t make it unneces- Ing of Ihe Frye and does not conalder wry, m, fat as this claim Is conoornedi tho Oilman prl ourl has any juris-1 to ask the' prise court in decide diction ovei the queatlon of Indemnltj whether On' flestrucUon of the shiii you -a. Me lhal Article IS ol the ami cargo wa legal ami whether ami above mentioned treaty of 1799 'ex under wha.1 rondltons the property preaaly reaervea tn the party at war sunk waa liable to conflacaUon, which Is 1 the rlghl to slop the carrying hi con you ataie in voiirn oie naieu juue i I trabumi and t detain the contraband; are qiiestlona which ahould be decided i lij the prlae i" ii Ini fai na these (jueatioua relate n, iue cargo iney nro outaldn of the preanl dlacuaalon be cauae, as pointed out In ni prevloua lute, 'the olaljtn under dlacuaalon does nol Include lanuurea for the destruc ' Hon of the cargo." Cii.c Court Without JiirlsUctlon. I "The real question between tho two governments a what reparation must I c made for a bl ea, Ii of treaty obli gations and that la not a question within tin Jurisdiction of a prise I I art." in mj note on the subject, the governmeni of the United stales re quested that full reparation be made by the unpen u German governmeni for the destruction of the William P. I'ryc Reparation necessarily Im hides an Indemnltj for the actual pecuniar) i,.ss sustained, ami the government of the United Stales takes Oil oppor tunity to assme the imperial Qerman governmeni tttat such an Indemnltj if promptly bald will be accepted as satisfactory reparation, but u does nol rest with a prlae court to determine whal reparation should be made, or what reparation would be eatlsfac tor) to the government of the United st.ca f Mual ati-n t s "Your excellenc) atatea that In the event the prise court should not grant treaty requirements, the Qerman gov I ernment would not hesitate to ar range for equitable Indemnity, hut it I is also necessary the governmeni of j the United Htatea should be satisfied with the amount of the Indemnity and it would seem to be mote appropriate land convenient thai an arrangement i for equHable Indemnity should be agreed upon now rather than later. I The decision of the prtte court even I on the queatlon of the amount of in I demntty to he paid would not he bind ing or conclusive on ihe government ef Ihe l ulled States. i Tin government of the United USatea also djaaenta from the m, w ex pressed In sour note iim; 'there would Etc Do foundation for a claim of the American government unless the pne court should not grant Indemnity in accordance wuh the treaty.' The ct&lm presented by the American gov ernment ii f,r an indemnity for a ci,. Istton ef a treaty. In distinction from an indemnity In accordance with the treaty, and. therefore, la a matter for ad urtment wr direct diplomatic du--I betareea u-.c two governments : and la in no way Je pendent upon the actloB of a Qerman priae court. i "IVr the rvaaor.a above stated, the g ernment of the United S'ates can not recognise the prmHisjty of aub mtttlnjj the oieim to the Qermafl pnic court. yk n Bart Vdjo-lmcnt. " The tm iirnmert ef the L'nlted Stan s Is not concerned with any pro . ceedinga which the imperial Uerinan ! ivvernment may wish to take on j .other claim Off neutr.il and eneru Interested partlea,' Which have not i been presented by the government of I the I'nlted States, but which you atate In yoUI MM of June 7 make prize I eourt proceedings in this case mJ.s U.S. Won't Be Incubator For a New Revolution (Continued Prom Page One;) gelos In Boston the latter had started for Washington to call In person at the siaie department tomorrow and deny that he had anv connection with i he Huerta consplrai Air. Llorented eclared General An Keli had iome to the United states nn a private mission and would soon return to Villa's headquarters, Of flcals at the department of Jus tice express,-, i surprise that Huerta and Orosco had been released on bond il h'l Paso and let It he known that they had ordered their atonts to maintain a ItrlCl Watch while the two generals were at Iberty. it was re called that General Kalasar, who was reli .s,,i on bond, eacaped a, toss the Mexican border and the department has Indicted offtclala t the state or . w Mexico who wen alleged to have aided him In his escape. Unci ia 'tanned seen tly. After looking over the evidence that has accumulated, officials were in clined to the opinion Huerta and his friends laid careful plans for a coup somewhere in northwestern Mexico, possibly in tho next few days. It Is not understood there was to he any concerted movement "f Huerta re rruit.s ncross the Rio Qrande at any time, but they have been traveling that waj for many veel.s, Machine glina, ammunition ar.d supplies ncces sii lo an irmy have moved In the same direction. The surveillance kept on Huerta was so effective thai department of ficial believe they have the threads . II.., hint In their hands and tllUt rwlthln the n.'t few days they will he able t " apprehend other ausi ecu Huefta w.i under the eye of the de partment from the tim,- he landed in New York several months ago until he alighted from his train Sunday morning near Bl Paso One by one the department came t" know his friends, the m n the) now believe ware fellow-conspirators, Beginning sev eral days ago all Information which came to hi idquarters here was for warded to El Paso for the use of the departnv nt's agents there and the United States district attorney. Secre tary lansmu Instructed representa tives of the s'ate department on the border to i i-operate with the agents of the department i' justi,". Men Rccmlted ill v. 8. .lust how many recruits for tho Huerta cause have been enlisted and S) Wag not known today but It was said that undoubtedly there had been sev eral hundred. Assistant Attorney General Warren directed attention today to the fact that the proceedings In the case Of Huerta were not unusual. Indictments for similar offenses babe been se cured In the past against men prom inent In other Mexican factions. LABsTDO, Texas. J ine 2S The ar rest Of VtCtorlallO Huerta ft FA Pasn was received quietly here, where the "dentlftcoe" haw frequently heerj credited with planning to start a new revolution in Mexwo. headed by Huerta. They are said to have con centrated v O0 men alonjr the Guate malan t'order ar.d to have arr:inyed a large credit In N'ew York. The prrp-o.1 new party woulil. It wss atated herv. iasue r.nv currpnev with whn h to pay recruits one dollar g day. gold, thus . austna: It was ex pected, a laja-e defection from the n.r.' of voth Villa and '".irranaa. The first move, according to re ports here, was to tranquilixe the American border points. he UQCTOR DVIQE The qutitth& gvnffwefed below xt gtoerftl in ehtraotrr, the lymptomi oj dieasf! ttr iven nd the amw en will uppl in any ease ol ilmttai p,atore; Thoi wtahina fufther advlee, free, my addreii Di Lewli Balcer, Oollege Bldf,, Ool lereKllwood Bti Dayton, 0., enelobinf letf addteaaed atamped envt-ione for reply. Full name and addreae muut ut- itvetti hut oni in tt lali or fictltiom name will be uaed In .riy anawera. The preaertptione can i filled t anv well-Stocked drntc sttire Any drug jit 'an nrdcr of Wholesaler, MBna3 ' Writai I have had a vitv bad caae of kidney t rouble fur four months, I am feeling su bad now I an hardly staj at in v work I am very poor and will thank you to ht'lp nip 1 Answer You did not state your symptom, hut if they are headache, chilli and fever, sallow comph Ki on, puffs under tho eHt, leant, had smelling urine, then I lugffeal that you start at onee ulii(r balruwort tah lets. They m hannltBs and seldom fail to relieve kidney trouble. They 0OU in sealed tubes w ith dlre lions. "John'' writes 4 'I have hud bad colds. Now 1 am "ver the colds, but my system Seen I run down 1 get tiled after t lit least exertion and I'm loung Weigh! rapidly. have to tnke laxatives regularly but wai nereir beffore botbened with conjitipatiuii. What will I dot" Answer -Qe a tube of three-prain sul pherb tablets i not sulphur) . and tako iae rlurly. Your blood is in bad DOUdltion and much of the cold inflammation remains In your system, These tablets bho-iid relieve constipation, clean your blood and build up your hiJlth. "Actress" writ "I hae a very bad 'jk.- if dandruff and Itching sealp. I can not one liquid tonus containing; alcohol, as they dry my hair." Answer TosUi for the hair containing alcohol ;ire not good for the sealp, I'hh plain yellow minyol. This la a kind of pomade Which cleaaa and Invigorates the sealp and prumote tcrowtl, uf the hair. "C v. li ' ' writes "Outside of bi Ing very muscular. I notice I am a CUIttulatiug a lot of excess fat. What will red in 6 mo safel; V Answer 'o five grain orhoione tablets, They are a ''tried and satisfied" flesh ro dlicer Many persons use them regularly to keep down Weight; both mau ami women. "Tired" writes "I'm n very nervouft borsou, tired and worn out before my time My sleep ami food do not nourish my iys tern a thev should, and I am weak, tottery, fearful ami unable to do my work. I am restless and muah dissatisfied all the time ' Answer Get a tube of throe-grain cado mane tablets at.d take rcculnrly according to directions. They raiihe proper aaatmilg tlcn of the food you eat. atid act On the blood and nerves in a stimulating and health ful manner. Try to cultivate regular habit", avoid eXOOMOB, and you should SOon be re stored to complete health and vitality, "Fred" ask "(low may i Increase my weight, and ImproTi my color 1 I am anaemio, weak and tired all the time. Answer Ih .tin at once taklna three-(train i bypo inn lane tablets. Continued use of tnose tabietii taken with your meals, should Increase your weight, overcome anaemic con dttion arid improve jour general health and color. Adv. San Bernardino ami Colt on, Cal., fur Kl Paso yesterday. Bach recruit he gaid received trans portation and twenty dollars. Carlllo aaaerted that southern California had b 'n canvassed for weeks for recruits. Carranza Presses Attack on Capital (Continued Prom Pafs On".) 11 u ll City food RaeffiBSjkj R-ly. LOS AN'iKi.KS". Cl , Jtna !i V! :r Ci" o, I'arninta rpres?nta tlvp hrt. sa:.l todsv that s'nil hun drpd Mexli-.ms tnM that thy weri to srve under Huerta left Los Ange'.ts. cablo. Various proas reports acres, ac i rdlng to thin dispatch, to tho de partment from Vera Crus under date of Juno 27, that the Zapatistas have assembled a force estimated m 26,000 troops to contest tho entry f the Carransa forces, Most of these Zapatistas are outside tho city In front of the position occupied by Gen eral Qonsales. it I reported the troops of Qonsales have bern de featetl in the northern suburbs, los ing ammunition ami other military Supplies, Other report! Mute the Zapatistas are poorly eiiuiiipoil provisiom-il. Business in stexioo is sanl to he nispeiuled. The shortage Is causini; concern. .Mil Rod t ruM. Workers, "The department Is In receipt of advice dated June 20 from Vei.i Crui stating that transportation for Red Cross Representative O'Connor and Consul General Shanklin has been ar ranged to tho headquarters of General Gonsalez. Consul General Shanklln and O'Connor expect to leave on the morning of June 29 and wtU lake with them the hospital supplies furnished by the Red Cross." Thousands of people In Mi xieo City are defending upon the supplies of the International relief committee whiih itsilf Is threatened with a -h, if age of provisions. Keurs are en tertained In the cuy that aside from the famine, the reinforcements sent to General 'j males will ca.use him to carry the lighting into the nSjHtal, fndangenng the lives of foreigners and their property. RsjMfCd (o Uihoti. fltate depnrtment officials have taken no steps In the situation as yet, hut Its details have been tr.uisn iiti I la President V.ls,,n at Tornish, N. II. ufflclsU are depending upon the lira- Nothing Like Sage Tea For Darkening Gray Hair. Good Old-T.nhloned Formula No Ona Can Tell You Are Uling It! Yutt esn hsTs th rasironi ,Uri. glossy ha t r yon k,i tBttcb dsslrs if roe bsgls si ones p plylas Bttlphe Bsgs, TnU Ii h iInuiIn lolli t prepsrstlon f I eld-fsshlonsd sn, i'. sao Sulphur, wuh other helpful iBgredlonts Aitiiod. Snip ii" Suss li set a dye, iut works t'v ft Asters prMtss, rcstorlas color i" sidy hslr o ri niiiiully tout evenly that SS im,o 1Howi you ari" iihii, It, Only a few ipplt, ' cstloni nri aoooMsry to briiur back lbs ricb Urk aliaili. K.,, - IM irray hair-, from allowing. Inpsrtl hislre and beauty, n ml ri muee.K oanilrtiff. Result! (ruaraiitii'il or U K. OtUMB, who eli and reeommenil SBelpbo Sae in Tiilna. will lee vnu bark vour uiunr. O'.ifton Cbtauesl OS., Cliflen Ave Newark, N. J. VUv. .ilian minister an 1 ether members ol Ihe diplomat.,' corps to remove fi r elgncrs fr)iii the danger zone or ar range a truce for their exodus in COM the fighting is carried into the city. The situation on tho west , , est ol Mexico is Improving;. Admiral How ard today sent by wireless to the navy department a message sayng- thero was n" truth whatever lu reporls ho had landed marines, Me said rela tloni between nsvj officials anJ lead ers of all f ictions on tho west toast v. ere friendly.