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draft registrants of Tulsa city and ' county in tomor row's Tulsa World. FINAL T EDITION OlELAHom'i OIURn nVBfAYEl leased wi&a AssoouTBD mu VOL. XIII. NO. 262. TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1918. 12 PACES PRICE 5 CENTS GLASS WORKERS WANT MORE PAY Thirty-two Employes of Kerr Factory in Sand Springs Walk Out Friday. EMPLOYERS FEAR VIOLENCE Manager Appeals to Sheriff and Home Guard to Protect Plant. SAY WORKERS ARE AFRAID Strikers Charged With Intim ' idating Those Who Will Not Join Them. Thirty-two strikers at the Kerr Glaus Works In Hand Springs, 20 men and 12 women, walked out yesterday nnd arc declared by of ficials of the company to be using force to keep others of the 300 workers of the factory to continue their work. Appeal to Sheriff Mc Cullough and I.. J Itnnney, cap tain of the Home Guard, to furnish protection for the plant was asked last night by Oscar Unpen, fore man of the glars works. He said that hs feared destruction of the property of the factory and alleged that the strikers had been carrying on demonstrations anil in home cases threatened workers with vio lence if they did not Join them In their strike for a 30 per cenk In crease in wages. It s expected that ISO of the em ployes will be on strike Saturday morning. Mr. ISupert stated that the de mands for a 30 per cent increase are unreasonable. The company has (riven voluntary salary raises three times within the last 00 days, and Is now paving all that It can well afford under abnormal condi tions, he declared. A conference of officials of the eonipany and workmen will be held Saturday and It is hoped that an adjustment will be made and all of the strikers back at work Monday morning. according to Itnpert. The Sand Springs company man ufactures glass products of all sorts. It is one of the largest Klaus works in the southwest, covering many acres of around gpac.e in Hand Spring" It has a payroll of more than aoo, lncludia a largo percent age of women. .Alexander W. Kerr, owner of the factory, is one of the government's dollar m year" men and la now In Washington, at the head of an office of the food conservation depart ment. He. has gained an enviable reputation for his patriotic work, subscriptions to war funds and gen eral efforts to be of assistance to the government. i Word was sent to Mr. Kerr Fri day and It Is probable that he may return should the situation get be yond the other officials of the fac tory. IMPROVEMENT BONDS WILL BE SOLD IS ASSURANCE Thought nicr are ricnty of Ixcal People With Money to Finance Needed Improvements, nids for the Kendall and West Tulsa Improvement bonds will be ad vertised and sold Immediately as a result of action of the city commis sioners yesterday. The bonds In clude $35,000 for sewage lines, J60, 000 for water and 170.000 for fire protection. This Is all that has been approved by the capital issues com mittee and will be Insufficient to meet the needs of Kendall and "West Tulsa. The Chamber of Commerce has promised the commissioners to see the bonds are purchased as soon as advertised, snd it will he only a short time untll'the work rnn ho begun. Just r7iw the money will lie divided between Kendall and West Tulsa Was not decided yesterday. Suggestion that a committee of Tulsans go to Washington to take up the matter of approval of more of the $1.000.'000 Improvement bonds was made at the commissioners meeting and It Is prohahk that this suggestion wlltvtoe followed to an end'ng. 'The Improvements are needed here and there are plenty of people In our community to buy the bonds," laid Commissioner Curran. "It Is a matter of life and death, than con cerns the health nnt happiness of our women and children. We ought not to ston until we have exhausted every method of reason and' persau slon with tho capital Issues com mittee." SCORES TWELFTH VICTORY Bccnnd nontenant Frank BaylRs of MiiHsuehusetts Firings Down Flancs. PARIS. June 7. The twelfth vic tory of Second l.ieut. Frank Haylies New Bedford, Miss, atid the sixth Of Sorgt. David K. Putnam of Urook llne, Mm , announced by the newspa pers Uoth Americans are attached to French flying squadrons. ' It is reported also that Lieutenant Madon has gained his thirty-second victory. Captain PcnWrd won his nineteenth and Second Lieut. Uoyau his fourteenth. Austrian Aviator Wounded. AMSTKKDAM, June 7 Karon Paufleld. a famous Aiistro-Hunga-Hnn aviator, has been wounded, ac cording to the Visslihe Zvitung of Berlin, while pursuing an Italian air plane, which had attacktd the Aus trian leaport ol Triest Germany WamedNot to Carry Out Threats of Mistreatment WASHINGTON. June 7.Th German government, threatening mistreatment of Americans be cause of the Imprisonment of the bomb plotter Krans von Rlntelln has been warned by the United States to remember that such a step will draw swift retaliatory action upon the thousands of Ger mans 111 this country. Germany's threat and the an swer of the United States were,., disclosed today by the stale de partment. In a note presented hy Iho Swiss minister here, the Her-" hn foreign office proposed to ex change for Itlntelin, Siegfried Paul lyitidon, n Gorman-born natural ized American citizen, serving ten years in prison in Germany for acting as n ltnssian spy. Notice was given that an answer to this propose! was awaited before put ting into execution contemplated measures of reprisal against tho Americans in Germany because of the failure of previous efforts to relieve Klh'telln, Secretary lapsing replied with a terse communication refusing to consider the exchange and suggest ing Unit, while the United Stat-s does not acknowledge the princlnlo of reprisals occasioning physic il suffering, It would be wise for The Weather TULSA, Juna 7 Mssimu-m, 74: tnir.i mum, t8; south wind n. cloudy : precipe Ution. .74 Inches K I, A 1IOMA Saturday ar.d Kun dr fetifrallr cldjr; warmer Saturday. I, () V I H I ANA. r.ST AND V.KST TKXAR Strd and Sunday general ly cloudy. A II K A NBAS Saturday and Sun day renerally eldy; warmer in wal pur tion Saturday. KANSAS Partly cloudy and warm.r Saturday; Sn n d a y generally lair. iimr. to wo Uw OVCS.U. wvu. Eves, ec Htu-Y oMi won wonrnl NO,utuT.Tt.t HCVtA BUTTON ue IKC "Zimmie" J Getting Home I I.-.. There are two parla to fery trip, lb. first in setting ut. , ... When nary Joy I'tmi far sway and bid in cloud ( douht; You bone in diltant fields to tin! the eaarma you yearn to know Tat very etrang the country it to wdilch you're soon to o And none can tell what walta for you when once yoa etart to roam. But sure and certain are tha joya you'll find on. getting boma. I Ilk the getting bom the boat I't trav eled in tny time And met and chuintned with frienifly folk in many a atato and clime: 1'va Journeyed far on pleasure bent, and glad was I to go, It seemed to me the distant sky witb joy was all arlow. But nothing I found off there bad half tho thrill in atore As that glad day when 1 had turned my face towards home once more. There are no smiles ss bright as those thst welcome me at night. There are no eyes as big and roand end gloriously bright As thoae that Hhine for me at home and neter seem to chauge Always In distant fields I ra found" the strain of being strange. And though earth's splendors I hae aeon, and many friends I'to known, The real joy is getting back-to them I call my own. (Copyright 1D1S by Rdgar A. Guest.) TO DEPOSIT INDIAN MONEY IN OKLAHOMA Congressman Chandler's Resolution Adopted By House to Bring; l unds to (State Sperlnl to'The World. ' WASHINGTON, June 7. Where the Interior department .haartleposlt ed money belonging to Oklahoma Indian banks outaide of Oklahoma it will be compelled to withdraw It and place rt In Oklahoma banks. The house today adopted the reno lutlon Introduced by Representative P.ert Chandler, calling on Secretarv Lansing for a detailed statement of the names and locations of Individu als and tribal funds of Oklahoma Indians and the amount held by each bank. -.The resolution does not re quire passage by the senate. Mr. Chandler estimates that be tween Jii.000.000 and $8,000,000 of this Indian money has under the Jurisdiction of the Interior depart ment been deposited in hanks in Texas, Iowa, Miaotirl and Arkansas. Under the old law designation, of the banks to receive deposits of In dian money has been optional with tno Interior department, but a sec tion of this year's Indian appropria tion bill compels the secretary to deposit their funds In state or na tional banks In Oklahoma. May Ship Launching Set New High Record; 71 Hulls Put in Water WASHINGTON, juno 7. Ship launchings in May, like deliveries, set a new record. Seventy-one hulls, totaling 344,4.10 dead weight tons, were put Into the water. Thirty-nine of them were steel wilh a capacity of 2-8,750 tons and VI wood, of 115.700 tons. The May launching exceeding April hy 26 ships and January by fi5 ships. They also exceeded the highest monthly average of the United States made In 1913 with a record of 1. 931 tons. They lackeonly ,V86 tons of equal ing the American launchings for the entire year of 1901, the record pre-war year In Ameriga.11 shipbuilding. Germany to consider that If It acted upon inn p''noin'e. it v i-.ilrt inevitably be understood to Invito similar action upon the part of tho lSilted States. l'olnt was given to the secre tary's suggestion by n statement issued tonight by the war depart ment. 11 shows that 1.11 Ameri can soldiers have been 'oeaied in German priRon cam is and L'lti American civilians Including hn merchant sailors Interned In (:- many, while there are somo fhe thousand Germans Interned in this country, Including 1,310 prisoners of war. No mention was made t f the fact that there lire not more than a few hundred Americans all told In Germany, while there are hmi'lreds of thousands of Germans in the United rjut s who have hctn subjected only to the minor re strictions attending registration. ('apt. I.leut. Franz liintelln, as he Is known In this country, op erated as an arch plotter and Gor man ngent before the Fulled Stales entered the war. Ho wan convicted, at New York last year of conspiring to cause strikes in -J munitions plants and In February last year of conspiring to destroy food and munitions on ships nnd was sentenced to four years im prisonment. LIKELY TO APPROVE GAS RATES INCREASE CommlsHlonrr Campbell Itmwell In dicates Company' 1'clillnn Has GroumU. Sperlsl to The World. OKLAHOMA CITY. June 7. That the Oklahoma Natural lias company is entitled to some increase In rates for gas furnished manufacturing ,,kint na. indicated liv Commission er CaniDbi'll Russell this evening when the case In which the Okla homa Natural Is asking that sub stantial Increases In rates be grant ed for forty distributing companies throughout the stute was finally submitted to the corporation com mission. The application In which evidence was submitted hv Urn pus company asked for a minimum of 20 cents This would affect only industrial users. In the argument of the case, however, the gas company contended that It would have to have rates of '25 cents minimum and 40 cents for domestic consumption If extensions costing 12,000,000 were to be made by the company. No guarantee of a gas supply could be made without the extensions. It waa claimed. In making his announcement that an Increase would be justified, com missioner Russell dl not lndlcnt" to what extent It should be made. The full order will probably not De issued for several davs. It is .possible that following this the gas company will ask for increases baser! on returns of the general investment of tho whole property. PLOTS WERE FRUSTRATED Government Agents Prevent lliini lugs Rvltlcnctt lit Chicago Slums. CHICAGO. June 7. How the gov ernment agents prevented the car rying out of the I. W. W. plot to burn buildings and crops and poison livestock by the thousands In South Dakota last summer was disclosed In testimony heard today at the trial of 110 members of the organisation before Federal Judge Iandis. phos phorus was to be used in destroying property by fire and cyanide of po tasalum was the poison chosen with which to kit! cattle. Oovernmeht officials Intercepted packages of the chemicals in the mails at Mlllbank. 8. P., and ar rested Stanley Brown, secretary of the I. v. W. branch at Aberdeen, and Martin Qunderaon, another member of the organization who later were convicted on a conspiracy charge and sentenced to a term in a federal prison. 0KLAH0MAN GIVEN MEDAL Ship's Cook, Jesse Covington, of Graeemmit Is Honored, WASHINGTON. June 7. Four members of the American naval forces have been awarded medals for heroism In saving life, Secre tary Imnlels today announced. They Include: Quartermaster Frank Monroe Up ton of Denver and Ship's Cook Jesse W. Covington of (iracemont, Okla.. given the medal of honor and a gratuity of 100 each for, extraor dinary work in rescuing a survivor of the steamer Florence H. de stroyed by an Internal explosion on April 17. Lightless Nights May Be Ordered by Garfield WASHINGTON. Juno 7. Ught Icss nights which were suspended under the daylight saving plan until September 1, may be resumed. Fuel Administrator Garfield said today he had learned that many electric signs were turned on in daylight, and if such abuses continued he would have to again put the ban on signs, prob ably with restrictions even more stringent than they were before. Russian Fleet Will lie Manned by Hun Creics LONDON, June 7. The whole Russian fleet remaining in the har bors of Odessa and Sebastopol will be manner hy German crews an,J it is rumored that It is intended to use the warships against the allies in the Mediterranean, according to the I'kranlan paper Delo, which Is quot ed by the Stockholm correfpondent of the Daily News PLOT UNEARTHED IN INDICTMENTS O'Leary, Two Gormana nnd Four Americans Named by New York Jury. PLANS MOST DARING OF WAR Investigators Declare Opera tions, Most Sensational Since War's Start. NEW YORK. Juno 7 Five Amer ican citizens and two subject:! of the fierman empire, one of them wo n an, are named as fellow conspirators In two Indlctiiienls returned by a fed eral irrand Jury here today. Investi gators declared their operations the most sensational undertaken by the German Intelligence agents alno the war began. The indictments alleged 'oitsplrney to commit treason and consplriirv lrt commit espionage. The iinsiMiibllnK snd transmission of Information irl atlve to America's prosecution of the v.sr; the destruction of oulcksilv er mines in Ihis country to hamper lb" manufacture of munitions; n.-s'it iirf Germany in landing an armed expe dition in Ireland; fomentation of a revolt against llrltlsh rule In Ire land; raising of funds In this country In which to finance these operations, and destruction of munitions fac tories nnd mines In Great Hrltairt. are charged as ramifications uf the' Intrigue. Other Activities lllniisl. The Wording of the Indictments, comprising thirty 'Y-ages, lntlm.it'H that the rnrisplraev may be of ev.Mt broader scope. This is suggested by a paragraph In tho treason Indict ment which alleges that In Julv. last year, one of the defendants sent 11 cablegram to fllten, Switzerland. The principals nutned In tho al leged plots are: Jeremiah A. n'lary. prominent American Sinn Felner, now a fugi tive from Justice on charges of es pionage act' violation fftr distribu tion of anti-draft literature in the magazine Pull of which he was formerly eld tor. "Madame" Maria K. de Victories, alias Ttaroncss von Kretschnian. a blonde-haired German woman of striking appearance and who is about 40 years of age. Curl P.odiger, who claims Pwls citizenship, but -who Is nllegnl to have come to this country from Ger many tinner a fraudulent passport. Willard .1. Hoblnsi.r .f New York. aged 30 and under suspended sen tence for seditions "sesp box" ora tory here In behalf of Sinn Fein in terests. ,, Buffalo Attorney In Msi. John T. Hy.in, 1 ruffnlo. N. T.. attorney, alleged to have been active In spreading Sinn Fein propaganda In this country. Albert Paul Frlske. a Mount Ver non toy manufactuerr, whose affairs sre now being adminltserod by Allen Property Custodian Palmer. Nail Kipper, prominently Identi fied with Sinn Fein activities In New York city. Itudolg, Hinder and Hugo Schweit zer,, both of whom died lust year, are the other two "citlren defendants" hameri In tho Indictments The seven Individual listed are charged with complicity In both con spiracies. "Madame" de Vlctorlca, Hoirdler. Robinson. Krb-ke and Kipper plead ed not guilty to both Indictments be fore Judge Augustus N. Hand nnd were remanded to the Tombs to await trial. OT,oarv Is now wanted cln three charges nnd he and Itvnn have not been apprehended. Holh nre fugi tives from Justice. WASHINGTON, June 7 Dis closure of evidence of plots between Gorman agentn and Irlh srrltntors In the Unlterl states to promote re bellion In Ireland Is expecterl by the department of Justice In connection with the indictment In New York today r-f Jeremiah O'Leary, fugitive Irish leader, and six other persons. Officials are redolent In regard to the specific charges against those in dicted, hut they intimated today that sensatlonnl facts concerning the re lations between fierman and Irish leaders would develop from the trial. O'Leary, It Is said, knew of the charges which tho government was prepared to ntake against him, nnd fled shortly before he was called for trial recently for publishing alleged disloyal matter In his magazine. Hull. There were strong chances, officials say. th;it the trial would have developed much more serious activities of O'Leary. Twenty-five A mericans Drive Out 200 Germans; Corporal Takes Charge Br ThA Assorielfd Prn. WITH Til; AMIOHTCAN ATiMY IV PP'ARD.Y, June 7 The fight ing last nliiht northwest of Hie t'liauteati Thierry raged with great fierceness for five hours. The Americans captured Hoorenches and entered Torcy, Twentv-flve Americans In Torcy engaged and drove out two hundred Germans and then withdrew to the main line on the outskirts of the town. . U remarkable storv is tnbl of n company of marines, officers of which, including the sergeants, were put out of the fighting A corporal then awstittier command and the men pushed on and ob tained their obiective. Hundreds of French, children lined the main roadway to Paris this afternoon over which 'Ameri can and Fren'-h ambulances were carrying American w-'iunded. The children waved their hands and cheered the A merlr-.-i n. As far as Is known no Ameri cans have been tnado prisoner hy the Germans. Americans Add 2 Miles More in Second Battle With Germans j Is 1'irxt Male Worker ! - ' JmitflUil 1 EX Her. Hubert Wellwoort. PARIS. June 7.-.Tlte 'Irst male secretary of the American Y. M. C A. to be killed In the war xono was ltev Robert Wellwool. Aellwoorl, a New Yorker, was killed by a shell fragment whllo working among the Chinese labor battalions behind the HrlilHh lines on May 19. tif. the hundreds of Y. M. C. A. workers In the war none, Wellwood was the third secretary lo fall a vic tim to Hun bombardment, two wo men secretaries, Miss Wlnoim Martin and MiKs Marian Critndell, having been killed earlier this year. OVER HALF GERMAN U-BOATS DESTROYED Senator Swnnsnn Announces Allied I'oroes Aet'otuit for tlu per rem of Tliein. WASHINGTON, June 7. Senator Swanson, acting chairman of the tm.veil co.rrn!tVMi tetr a conference with navy heads today declared that the allied and American naval forces have destroyed 60 per cent of all German submarines constructed and that they have cut shipping losses In hulf. The German submarines recently operating off the Atlantic coast, Senator Swanson said, are behoved to have been driven from the coaet and also from the main American shipping routes. None of the American craft sta tioned alirftad. Senator. Swanson said, has been, nr will be withdrawn to this side because of the Gorman raid. Senator Swanson said his Informa tion wns obtained from highest navy depH rtment authorities. "Tho luilicutlona of the last few days," he said, "are thut the Ger man submarines that ramn over have been driven at present from the coast and from tho main lines of travel of American vessels. "Tho navy (ii partnient Is not dis turbed antl Is doing everything pos sible and I am confident no Ger man submarines will bo able, to do any serious damage on this side. Movement of troops and food to Furope will continue uninterrupt edly" . Declaring German submarine at tacks hers had been expected and that fre'iuent warnings that life un dersea boats might come over were given mariners, Senator Swanson explained, that at the outbreak of the war It was decided to send the main American navel force lo co operate wlih the allies abroad. "The result of that policy," he added, "is that the loss of mer chant vessels has been reduced by half and about 60 per cent of all German submarines that have been constructed and commissioned have been destroyed. There is no Ques tion of this." VICTOR HUGO III FIGHTS WITH AMERICAN TROOPS Great Grandson of Famous Novelist Is Attached lo Army as Instructor. WITH THK AM KKIOAN A KM Y IN I'ICAIUiY. Jiinn 7. -Lieut. Victor Hugo 111, great grandson of the famous French author, is at tached .to the American army as an Instructor and di.stingulshed himself in the capture of Canligny recently, lie is a clean-cut oung fellow of 2-. and was a .sMideru In Paris when he entered the ai my as a meiu ber of a famous chass-ur regiment. DEPENDING ON AMERICANS Valor and Coining of Troops Most I .nisiiiragln? Sa)s Lloyd-George. I.f i'I ( ', June ".--Premier David l.lovd George in f plying to a toast to the Sll' I'CKS of tile eutenie allied arms at the dinner of the Printers society of London tonight, said the Hrttibh'-ra have made unsurpassed sacrlf.ci s for a great purpo.se. and a high. ih a!. t ;ne of the most encouraging things, the premier continue., was the '. . p"ib ali.r and the trained hkiII with wl.'.ch tiie Americans have tfiloo their pa.-l In the HiriH'gle and defe'lted the toe. Ir is n toost cn--'..iriii.'iiil' thiPK bei ai.Ke there has I'cn a great fiow of those troops, and we vero depending on them." ft CLASSES OF DRAFT lll t-IVI III KCaW K II I h I 1 I I a s- I IV What I II llVasle' 111 1 11 iii iii iim.iiij Crimdcr Directs Tlevlslon of fluting pe-tc.l to Put ,"((, 001) More lit C'Iiihs One. FARM BOYS TO GO HIGHER Agrlculiutnl .Men May lie Called Now as l irst CI. ii U Nearly I AlllHMcd. Skirts of the TiiImii oily registra tion board arc elcuii on (lie classl flcallou of her registrants, In the opinion of II. i), lihind, member of tin! local board, lie said III per tent of Hie Tulsa reglsl runts had been placed In class A-l. This, he ilis'himl, was the highest percent age of any district In the state. WASHINGTON, June 7 A gener al revision of classifications under the seleciive service act was started today by Provost Murhhal lleueial t'rowder when be telegraphed to the governors of all states ordering In vestigations to determine "the reason for the small number of registrants In elawi one In some localities. The lists of some hcurda show an average far below the national aver age, of 28.7 per rent registrants in class one. Some boards 'H have fallen ns low as 10 per cent. Thousands of nun now In qlass fotir should be put In class one and two, the provost ninislial said. The Instructions also ordered Investiga tions to -determine if any men have been erroneously put In the upper classes when they should have been placed In those lower down. It 1st expected that Iho rearrange ment WWII bring Into cluas one more than 00,000 nien. Case where reg Istranta were married after passage of the draft act will be carefully considered and if evidence warrants clr self Icatlona In class one. boards will proceed to reclaslfy them. Mar rled men whose wive have sustain ing Income probably will be re classed. Iteneallnsr acaln today the asser tion that the paramount necessity of the nation I the raising of an army, th provost marshal general's offia declare there would be no further extension of exemption to special Ized classes of labor, agricultural or otherwise than already had been adven. Agriculture w said to have been especially exempted In the naat because it w as deemed nec essary, but with the exhaustion of class one men In many localities, many agricultural laborers previous ly put at the bottom will go Into higher classifications. l'rqtjoHt Marshal General Crowder also announced that the class of 1918 registrant will nnt he allowed to enlist In the navy or marine corps and that no voluntary Inductions will he granted until order and serlul numbers have been assigned. After numbers are, assigned registrant may enlist If they obtain certificates from their local board stating they are not within, the board' current quota. WATER PRESSURE MAY BE NORMAL TODAY, IS HOPE Broken Valve In Main Proves Diffi cult to Repair! ITessuro Pro vided by Small Pump. J5"atcr Commissioner Curran stated last bight that he believed th city plant would bo running thl morn ing with full pressure snd that the break In the big 20-inch main had finally been repaired. Workmen succeeded yesterday afternoon,. In closing the check-valvo In the main, which had for several hours defied their best efforts. A large piece of brass In somo manner hail become wedged In tho valve and It was this that hail been holding them back, coupled with the fact that tho valve being open allowed back water to run in the inuln. This drawback was overcome last night, however, and the work of repair went on more uub-kiy- patrons yesterday afternoon were kept supplied with a minimum amount of water with a small en gine pump, although tho pressure was not sufficient to force the water through the pipes to the fifth and sixth floors of tho large office build ings. The Public Service corporation staled last night that their storage tanks were filled and that they were supplied with niounh water to run them through the night . Further than that they could not proinlso. The power yesterday was only In termittent although was sufficient to keep the factory wheels turning. MAJOR DEUEL NOT HARMED New Commander at Taliaferro field Arrles Safely; Trip I iicvciilful. KOHT WOHTH. Texas, June 5. M.iJ. Thornn Iieuel, former com mander at Kelly field. San Antonio, who was reported lost night to have fallen in hi? airplane near Austin and for whom search was mado dur ing me nignt, arrived nere late last night and this morning assume I his new duties as commander at Talia ferro flying field here. His trip by air from San Antonio to Fort Worth was uneventful and the major was unaware of his reported accident un til today. F.stablllies Air Iteeortl. MIAMI, Kin.. June 7.- I.leut. F. Xj. Fb-er of the marine flying school day. Ills feat Is said to establish a I new military aviation record. 1 Norwegian Steamer Is Sunk Off Cape May; 19 Survivors Landed CAPF. M V. N. J , Julio 7 Nineteen survivors of the Norwe gian steamer Inland, sunk this morning hy a German suhiiiarlnn 1(1 miles off Chh May, wore lauded hero Into this afternoon by n torpedo boat destroyer, The Mii'vlvors, nil iiiciiiIhts of tlio Yliiliuid' crew, were taken lo Iho liospllitl lit WlMHiilili'kon barracks. 'Iho destroyer tlint picked llicm up was a new boat and was on her trlul trip. Fire in Constantinople Throws Fifty Thousand Persons Out of Homes AMSTERDAM. June 7. Fifty thousand person nre homeless a the result of a fire at Htanibul, the Mohammedan section of Con stantinople, which devastated tha whole esstern part of the Sultan Sellm 'iiiarter. according to tha semi-official Nord Deutsche All gnmelne .eliiiog of Itcrlln. Itiilld Ings on 1ml h sides of , the mosque in that dlstrltVSavere destroyed, but the mosiiie waa spared. JAPANESE DENY TALE OF CHINESE CONTROL Official Statement Issued Refuting Published Report of Millllary Seizure, By AsKWiated Trees. TOKlO, June 7 An official state mtnt Issued by the Japanese: govern meet emphatically donlo th re cently published report thut the Chi no-Japaneao military agreement gave to Japan control of the Chls eeso mllltiry forces, finance, rail way and nil no. Th Shanghai Guxette, which printed Its fiist inane on April i uiid -r th editorship of Kuuen Chen, an Anglicised Chlnue, who formerly edited th Peklnf Osaette, Hated that the Chine government had sgreid to new demand mail by Japan, .which were of inch na ture thut the country virtually had been t imed over to the Japanese, The Gaxelle asserted It had been In formed by a high official In Peking that the Japanese demand wr of a far more snrlou nature than were those In Group V of the famous 11 demand maleeyy Japan In 1 S 16 Oriel! of the Japanese embassy at Waahlngtnn on April 2f, flatly tieniu inn rtpt.ri that Japan had made any demand on China which seriously infringed on Chinese sov ereignty. NONE BETTER ANYWHERE DECLARES HEAD OF NAVY cr - Daniel 8n Marine) Cannot Bo Iteuten as l"lghtin(f Menj An Washington Proud of Them. WASHINGTON. June 7. Friend of the marine corps expressed th g rente t ploasttrs today at the new of tl elr work in Franc. Ths part they are taking In the thick of the fighting, and the splendid suocees of tlnir effort Ys pointed to a justification for putting them Jhto the front lino. 'There are no better fighting men In the world than the marine," said Hecrotarv Hanlel, when told of what they had done No recent announcement has been mad-! as to the strength of the ma nno forces abroad, but today' dis patch, indicated they are holding a section alone that would require moro thar brigade strength, and that their divisional organization is ap proximately completed. Neal Made Director of CoatIroduction WASHINGTON, June 7. -Fuel Administrator Garfield announced today the appointment of J. 11. Neal as director of production of the fuel administration. One of the plan of the new office to stimulate the prodcutlon, and make tip for the threatened shortage of bituminous con! this year contemplate inducing the mlneis to work an hour addi tional each day, with overtime. Leasing of Lands on Royalty IJasis Fails WASHINGTON. June 7. Effort by Senator Ashurst of Ariiona to call tip the house hill permitting th leasing on a royalty basis of Indian mineral lands failed In the senate today when senators opposing the leasing of government lands ob jected. American Vessel Sunk Near Sicily Islands NEW YORK. June 7. -The Amer ican steamship Argonaut was tor pedoed by a German submarine off the Scilly Islands on June 6, accord ing to a cable message received here today by tho Gcer Steamship com pany. None so Good as Hooper's Coffee. Advance Over Front of Six Miles Near Chateau. ENEMY LOSS IS HEAVY Dead Are Tiled Three Deep; Sammies' Loss Reported Light. MACHINE GUNS ARE TAKEN Three Hundred Prisoners Also Captured; Huns on Defensive. By Associated Press. . With the American Army in . Plcardy, Juno 7. As the re sult of two attacks by the Americans against the enemy in the second battle north west of Chateau Thierry three hundred prisoners were captured and the Americans extended tneir line over a f ront-of about six miles to a depth of near two and a half miles. "While the losses-of tha Americans are necessarily heavy owing to the nature of ' the fighting, the German dead is piled three deep fn places.- "A number of machine guns ; .were added to the American booty." f . , . '..:; I'lnnsinxa reports ". Ft'HTKEn ADVANCES. WASHINGTON. Jniu 1 Vortfc.S- advances by th Americans and' French troon near ChatMn Thi. and the Infliction of severs losses upon the enemy was reported In to-. night's communique from Gnral Pershing. An American raid in PlcardV In Which nrlanor ... taken also was announced. - FRKNCII AttAI.V WlJf -N ATTACK AT K EMMET v LONDON. June 7. Ths Trench again have operated successful! against the Germans near Locre oa the Kemmel sector, southwest of Vpres. according to tha British . flcial communication issued this evening. PARIS JIEPOKT8 OAIJT OTtOM MA.VY TOWNS. FARTS. Jnna 7 HVaneh . Ha American Imnni' nn.p.iln. bmI. the Germaba to tha nonhwaat .nf Chateau Thlsriv durlnsr tha fla-htlnar Friday "made additional gains ol - CONTINUED ON PAOB PIVB THIRTEEN STILL MISSING C FROM STEAMER CAROLINA1 Klht Passenger and Five Mem ben of Crew Included; 825 Arts Accounted For. senger anti nve ot me crew or the v teamshtp Carolina, sunk laat Satur day hy a German submarine, still are missing, according to an announce- .iiyui. Urania nv me inow lorn ana Porta Ttlcn St.flm.hln .nrnxanir n ... n er of the vessel. . The missing per sons ar not listed as dead nor will they be, It was stated, until all hops of finding them has been abandoned. The Carolina carried 218 passen ger and a crew of 120 when hs ailed for New York. Of these 210 imneenger ana lia of we crew have been accounted for. Bo far as known all those missing from the Carolina yere lost from a life-boat In a torm Sunday night A ccommodatina Eclipse Scheduled to Be Here 5:30 This Afternoon Hememher hack In lni on tha ninth of September, there was an eclpse of the sun? You had a piece of smoked glass alt ready and then did not get a chance to use it for the very good reason that the path of the shndow passed over only por tions of the extreme eastern part of the United States. Back there it happened at 8 o'clock In the morn ing In some places, near the densest part or the shallow, the chickens went to tiled. This time the sun la acenmmodat Ing enough to have an eclipse where the middle west will have a chance to see It. At 6:30 this afternoon the path of the shadow will pass over this portion of the United States. Tulsa Is almost In the direct path of the densest shadow and we will get a chance to watch the chickens go to bed In the afternoon whllo we use those pieces of ar.oked glass that have been saved ua since ISO.