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iJIRGEST SWORN CIRCULATION IN NORTHERN INDIANA
tiii; i:th i n. INDIANA. Bain tonight .and pi oh.ihly Friday; .nlcr tonight in r.orthw ? prtiou. L'lWF.B .MICHIGAN. 71 JL JLiL Partly ioudy in north; lain in si!th rr::',:i to.Mgh!. Fridav fair. VOL. XXXII., NO. 12G. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY G, 1915. PRICE TWO CENTS BRITISH SOLDIERS IN DUG-OUTS COUNTY NEW CITY ENGINEER IS NAMED BY MAYOR KELLER S i FELL TO STATEMENTS AflE S ARMIES OF ALLIES f ft TRIAL - 'v : . "afternoon inl EDITION say XN iLtd W b 1 11 Mi iK b is' x y TURKS DENY TWO T i Ml UNTIL ATM! fiT SIX Declare Invaders Have Been Driven Off Asiatic Coast and Enemy Holds Own at Only Two Points. LAUNCH NEW ATTACKS IN THE DARDANELLS London Reports Vigorous Of fensive Has Been Resumed Against Smyrna Aerial Squadron Reconnoiters. C INSTANT1 X )BLF. Via Berlin ami Amsterdam ' . M;V '" All allied troops landed on tla Asiat'u shore have lx en driven off. the Turkish war otlice. arumum ed today. Kvports that th towns f Gallipoli and Nafiara hal be a eaptund !y the allies were o!!aially denied. It v.as stated that only at two points on Gallipoli penin sula. A via Burnu and S-d-1 '.1-1 Sahr, had hostile troop sueeeded in hold ing their positions. The official statement follows: "The unfavorable situation of enemy at the 1 )a rda n 1 l s is changed. Reports from Athens the Mityleno regarding the oeeupation of Caliipoll and Nag.tra hy landing troops of the allies are untrue. "Gallipoli peninsula i our disposal for military entirely at movements. The enemy holds his own at only two points on the coast, Ai llurnu and Sed-FI-Bahr. "As :u result of the constant 1mm bardment by his ships the enemy is tinahlo to move against the encircling Turkish, forces. The Asiatic shore has been clear ed of tho enrnu'." Towns Are Destroyed. Tho steady hombardmcnt hy the , French and British Avarships is elc troyinff tovn.i on tho peninsula. Loss of JLfo amotJK tho civilians has been ivory heavy, hundreds -who remained jm the villages in the Interior having been Killed by the allies' exploding IshelU?. Turkish officers who arrived here itoday reported that 10 towns had been burneo. Jlaidos has been .almost com pletely destroyed and lire is raging In threo different feetions of Gallipoli. lmm tho Gulf of Saros. the British and French ships are pouring shells continuously Into tho peninsula. IONTON. Iay . Reports re ceived in Iond"n today from various sources stated that the allies have launched new and violent attacks on the J ardanelles and at Smyrna. At tho pa mo time, however, the British and French forces have had to face tierce counter attacks by the Turks. A whole Turkish regiment was wiped out by the accurate tire of the allies' puns, it was admitted by Turk ish prisoners at Tenedos. Turk Force Repulsed. Turkish forces on the Gallipoli peninsula, advancing from Maghran, attacked t!ie allies' position near Krithia, bit were repulsed, losing l,r0o In killed, says a dispatch from Mitylcne. This attack was delivered on Tuesday, after the Turkish troops at Maghran had been reinforced. The Kame advices state that the allied troops on the ilallipoli peninsula have resinned their advance into the InbrLr of the peninsula, occupying positions of high straiesh-.il import ance. The aerial squadron, attached to the Anglo-French thet has been very active, tho weather being favorable to living. Not only were valuable reconnaissances made over the Dardanelles-, but Turkish transports de fensive works and infantry positions were bombarded from the air. A British aviator t'ewoerlin rums on Wednesday and dropped pt.de, tile? which destroyed a bridge. Artillery is being landed southeast of Smvrna from l'rench transports to support the infantry i-ohimiis that will 1 1 y to mov e np.tinM the S:m ma forts from the land side. (ir.KMWS MAINTAIN sTltN: orri:Nsivi: n ypiiix PA IMS. Mav . Pesperate lighting continues in the Vprcs itgion. where the Ccnnaiis are maintaining their string attacks. The lighting iuw een t rs about lli'l No. fie. southeast of V;,nv vlii, h the '.ermans are Irving to recapture from the P.ritish. Ti olti. ial t-ouununiuue issued by th war ottiee tliij: afternoon admits that .-...me f the Piermaii attacks :hefe re dted i n success. Nut some trenches which they took were liter rrip!urd by the Rritish. A French reverse m Alsace is also ndmitted. German troops have re ".! pn d the vumiv.it of Manelon. on the 'eft bank of the l-Veht river, cast of Si!'ak-rwas-cr. This hill '-as cap ture bv Fr neh troops Wednesday morning, but the Germans later re t..ok it. Pi rh'-" Ailly fore-! the French have recaptured some tranches which the Grrui.ii.s had taken be assault. PEACE TONIGHT OR NOT AT ALL, MINE PROSPECT CI.! IV PL AND. O.. May Peace by niuht oj not at all was the belief of m.iUv of the n.emNers of the joint s' ile tommittee of Ohio ir.ir.crs and or..-r itors, when thy began their ninth nfi r i. e today. The bHb-r was founded on two n- lll'. I Mr.,- o,y the pas..ge f the C.all.igi er bill I y the legislature V J tid.t. am i lb. f.x t that promts inj lh ;-..i;-y u.s r;.pio -teidav bring-f ing the t v. i right up to the m.tt-1 tr of !.. ;igr:uni on the cab Tin- ' ; .i I ,i i i . r , . ! l lail.i s the pro--Uv" !' f 1 ' . O i . . - M ( oa 1 -' I 1 i l.i v Opto a i i!i.i ti . r v . a pt . - vl'i"!' fo;- uiu.il tliu fpv;:.loj- have bccll CuLitCKLiilig-. r - ----- sir-:-Vf.v- . - ' -v U.U''ir f :Prsv; ,.'V:. CJtv ,. h:&: 'Ar fCY J'-. l f. BltTiSi-i oFTvCE-PiS no Men um dvg, out This war, of very necessity, has become an underground war. Modern artillerv and r:tie tire are so de structive that no man in the open run hope to survive for any length of time. The picture shows the manner of construction of dmr-outs where ammunition can be safelv kept and into which the men not on sentry duty can retire while still on the firing line. Note the sign board showing that some wag has given this narrow, dirty trench the name of London's busiest and best-knon street. Who was it that said the English have no sense of humor? Not any one who has seen the Kntish soldier in the trenches. fEUTONIC ALLIES PURSUE fiUSSliS; SiSU CAMPAIGN Czar's Eight-MonthsLEfforts-to invade Hungary at Sacrifice of Million Lives Comes to Naught, Says Vienna. V1LXXA (via Ilerlin and Amster dam), May 0. Latest reports from the front state that Austro-Ccrman armies are continuing their pursuit of the Russians retreating along the 'Jo mile front in Jalicia and the Carpa thians, that Hungarian soil has been cleared of the tzar's troops and that the Russians' losses in killed, wounded and prisoners will total at least ;r,000 possibly more. "'Russia's campaign of more than eight months with-the aim of invad ing Hungary," says the Neue Freie Press' military expert, "has come to naught. The efforts in which the Russian commanders sacrificed nearly a million men have culminated in dis aster. Destroy Military Machine. "In less than a week the heroic Austrian, Hungarian and (Jorman troops hae destroyed the great mil itary maehire which Russia construct ed for the invasion of Hungary. It is too soon to predict the fall of Grand Duke Nicholas, is it too soon to pre dict that Russia will bo willing to make peace? We think not. "This victory over the Russians will be recorded in history as one of the greatest eer gained, outnumbered, our furors literally shattered the en emy's lines and swept his soldiers back in disorganized flight." Correspondents at Austrian head quarters state that in live days the Austro-German forces have advanced 4 J miles. After describing the ditfi eulties of the region in which the lighting has been going on. they de clare that this is an advance never before equalled under such conditions. "The Russians were swept off their feet." savs the Neue Preie Pn ss cor respondent. "They were overwhelm ed. Rntire regiments surrendered." admit rmsT mm; Drriivr. PKT K Ml PA I May - The Rus sian war ottice admitted today that the :irst line def nsi of the Russian troops in western Galicia had been carried by the Austro-Gf rnian forces in that region, hut asserted that all attacks on the second line had been t epulsed . Latent dispatches indicate that the Austrian-, and Germans have massed in wa stern Galhua nearly 7 ( a 0 . UU'. sol dieis. s.varal corps being veterans from the western front. These, with (Ion. von Maekena n's troops from tho Pzura-Kawka region, have led in the attack upon the Ptts.-ian positions. Kussiaa commanders were handi c;ipped in their pre parations, to meet the great offensive in western ilalicia bv the lack of railways and the feints made against various portions of the battl- front in oth r districts. As soon as it was definitely ascertained that .v... ..r.v.t Cerman stroke was being m;ivle from the Dunaj' C ia.tif ort c- ments were hurricu o, i4..u nsi.. petrograd military experts assert that the ustro-German advance has now been halted and the fresh Rus sian troops will b abie to regain the lot ground. FOUR CAtJiimnfTRAID DRAW S50FINES EACH Chief of Detectives Kuespert and p.tective Diver were witnesses for the t 'tH Thiir-dav MAorning in the eases of four ngro. arnted in a raid at S Tavlor st. We.lneslay night at a' :.. iVelo'ek. Pines of ?;.') and costs . i. i ...:.. Clin Pur ware :vn i;eua .vioinii;. i hi Mg.- and I rev o I'.ell. .. I a 1..I- s- C!af" IP -e FHTCe- I - . v . i ii,. fax a v.. dre.u a like fccnt'.-x All de nied the charge. - - 1 Latest Bulletins From W ar Zone VIKNNA, May tk The Autro German forcts in western Galicia have already taken more than ', t'OO Russian prisoners and the number is still growing, it was of licially announced hero today. .vV(;n hundred more Russian prisoners were taken near bitryj on the eastern slopes of the Cai "pathians; Ther -immediate anni hilation of the entire third Rus sian army is predicted. RON DON. May ;. That the Anglo-French allies have lost heavily in gaining a foothold up on the Ihiropean and Asiatic sides of the Dardanelles, was admitted by Premier Asiuith today. In discussing the Dardanelles oper ations the premier said: "The military and naval forces have commenced magnificent op erations on the Dardanelles. The loss of life has necessarily been heavy, but the courage and skill shown by the troops was unsur passed. During the evening of April -7. the Rritish and French forces were joined, the French having fulfilled their task on the Asiatic side of the Dardanelles and crossed to the Furopean side. Rv May 2 the Australians and New Zealand trs had reinforced and everywhere c onsolidated their positions on the Gallipoli penin sula." JURY REPORTS TRUE BILLS AGAINST 20 Recommendation Is Made That County Care for Injured Inmate at Farm. Indictments against persons were returned by the niHil jury Thursday afternoon. Two of the in dictments were secret. All of the In dictments were on bound-over cases and the most of them were on charges of larceny. Those who were indicted are: .Monzo Paddle. Hobarf Nivens. Ar thur Purns. Clarence Stirling. Mar garet Pos.ori. Lena Strobbeleire, Ralph Helek. I'r.-eik Grett, Son "Scott, Gtorge Pooth, Alex Sachs, Iouis Powell. C. F. Hunt. Charles Powelski. Henry Powelski. Steve sjocieielski, Joseph Hojara atul William Green. WABASH IS "DRY" BY 18 WAP.U-MI. Ind.. May r,. Although generally expecting a larger majority the "dry" faction of this eity ex pressed satisfaction today over their victory Wednesday with a scant 1 votes. This margin was live votes greater than that by which Wabash went dry two- years ago. Roth sides worked hard i rv getting out a large vote, many automobiles and carriages being in service. Wom en workers at the pulls distributed literature throughout the day. The narrow margin fr the drys" was considered the more astonishing because of the stronger campaign put up by that side. WILSON CLUB MEETING TONIGHT. A meeting of the members of the St. Joseph County Wil son clul will he held at the American bldg.. Main st. and Colfax av. at 8 o'clock Thurs day evening, for the purpose of electing otiicers and the trans action of other business. All democrats are urged to attend. . ...... " . "v i v ; '. S r . SUNK BT GERMANS; TlflfiEiEUM Swedish and Danish Vessels Among Latest Victims of Torpedoes or Mines in War Zone Waters. RoNDON. May 0. The Swedish steamer Vanadis has been sunk in th Raltic sea by the German auxiliary cruiser ilvana, a small ship formerly in the service of t lie llamburg-Amei -ican line. Dispatches from Copenhagen and Stockholm brought this news today, but they differed as to the manner in which the Vanadis was sunk. Copen hagen stated that the steamer was tor pedoed by the Silvana, while .Stock holm stated that the Vanadis was rammed while at anchor, near Fehr marn island, off the coast of Prussia. The crew of tho Vanadis was res cued. A second Copenhagen dispatch stated that the Vanadis was torpedoed by the Silvana because the steamer refused to stop when signalled. LONDON, May tk The Rritish schooner Rarl of Latham was sunk by a German submarine eight miles off Kinsale Head. Ireland. Wednesday. Her crew landed at Kinsale today. The submarine was not identified. It approached within a cable's length of the Karl of Iatham and ordered the crew of the schooner to leave and hand out the ship's papers. The six sailors on the Latham scrambled into a boat with all speed and as they pulled awaythey saw the submarine tire nine shells into the schooner, sending her to the bottom. ( in:i:urKV sunk. GLASGOW, May f. Owners of the P.ritish steamship Cherbury were no tiiied today that that ship was tor pedoed and sunk by a German subma rine in the Atlantic ocean off the west coast of Ireland on April 2J. All members of the crew were saved and landed in an isolated Irish vil'age, where the captain found it difficult to get into communication with Glasgow. The Cherbury was a steamer of :,"2 0 tons, built in lfGl at Sunder land. She was commanded by Capt. A. D. Grant. LONDON. May 'k The Danish steamer Cathay, a vessel of 4,07 0 tons uross. has been sunk in the North sea either by a mine or a German subma rine. The Cathay had a number of passengers on board. These, as well as the members of the crew, were landed at Kamsgate today. The Cathay was sunk on Wednesday. The Danish ship hailed from Copen hagen. She was feet long and 4 feet the beam, he was built at Leith in 1S9S and was commanded ty Cap. Kali. GKIMSliY THAVI.i:i; LOST. LnNDOY. May 6. The Grimsby trawler Stratton was sunk by a Ger man submarine in the North Sea Wed nesday. Her irew was saved. The crew of the Stratton was taken on beard the submarine while the Ger man set about sinking the trawler. The sea cocks were opened, but this method Wits found to be too slow so the submarine drew off and eight shells were rired into the hshing boat, .-ending it to the bottom. Tho seanun were then given a compass a:ul were placed in a boat, being told to steer westward. They were picked up by a Hartlepool traw kr. TWO IHLAW ITM. Mike KMo. .41 W. Monroe st.. and Steve Madras, l Prairie av.. pltad ed guilty in city court Thursday morn ing ti charges of intoxication and hghting m a pahhe pi.tce They were lined 'tn' l's;s ach. onipi:.u.it a IE SHIPS Col. Roosevelt Is Disappointed When Court Restricts Testi mony Cross-Examination by Ivins Takes Little Time. coci:t nous io. sykacit:. n. v.. May 6. Col. Theodore Koosevelt to day was not allowed to go into Al bany city and county statements in defending his alleged libel of William Larnes. Justice William cv Andrews ruled that, as the Koosevelt statement of July '2:, 1 L 1 4 . attacked lkirncs as a state boss. Albany city and county evidence must be immaterial. The colonel, plainly disappointed, then took the stand for cross exam ination by William M. Ivins. This lasted less than live minutes. Ivins sked the colonel only a few questions, all of them about the senatorial dead lock of l'.GL and the elections in New York state las' fall. "That's all." sai 1 Ivins. and the former president v.as through with his testifying marathon, at least until the Barnes rebuttal is all in. Dividend check hooks and ledgers ef Barnes Albany Journal Co.. from li01 to April oO, l'JLk were put in evidence today. William J. Nusbaum. public ac countant of Albany, identified and read check stubs showing many pay ments of dividends payable to Wil liam Barnes and countersigned by Barnes. Stipulation Wa AgrtMHl Upon. A stipulation was agreed upon con ceding that on certain dates the Lyon and Argus Co. made payments to tho Journal Co. Mr. Ivins declined to agree to a stip ulation that on certain dates the Jour nal Co. made payments to tin; Lyons and Argus companies and that Barnes knew of some of the transactions. "I will not agree to that." said Ivins. "1 will not agree to anything with these gentlemen who are taking unfair advantage of our books." "We are taking no unfair advantage of your books," Bowers retorted. "You are doing it right now in the other room," shouted Ivins. Bowers said he would produce the books if Ivins would not agree to tho stipulation. Fred C. Foster, chief clerk of the state printing board, was recalled for brief cross-examination by ivins. and Stewart Hancock look advantage of th opportunity to ask Foster to iden tify certain contracts let by the board for legislative and oeparimemai printing. colemIHrlTells of bribery attempt Says She Was Offered $300 to Change Testimony in Carman Trial. M1XKOLA. N. Y.. May C The big gest sensation of the second trial of Mrs. Florence Carman for the murder of Mrs. Louise I. Bailey in Dr. Car man's ottice in Freeport on June 2, 1914, came today Svhen Celia Cole man, the. colored maid in the Carman household, swore that an attempt had been made to bribe her with $"00 to change her testimony. "It was in Charleston. S. C. that a man known to me as S. C. Hieks, eamo to me and offered me $:;()0 if I would swear Mrs. Carman had nothing to do with the death of Mrs. Railey." de clared the witness on re-direct exam ination. The cirl then identified two persons, who. she declared. overheard the bribe offer made to her. The Coleman prirl left the stand with her story unshaken, despite six hours of crillinp: cross examination.. he was followed by George Toomer, a cousin, who corroborated part of her testimony. SOUTH BENDERS PLAN PAGEANT TO PORTRAY EVOLUTION OF CARRIAGES What will prove to be the most novel and unique pageant and also the largest which South Berd has ever witnessed is now in preparation. According to announcement made Thursday- this pagemt will be held on or about June 10 and will be the fea ture of th celebration of Lincoln Highway day. Tho. whole is to be a part of the moving picture film that is to be made of tl e Lincoln highway from coast to coast. Th hi pageant is to portray the evo lution of transportation. Flans i;ow contemplate covering every period of history of transportation from the remote time of Adam to the present day. A reproduction of every known vehicle ever used by man will be in the pageant. In many instances the committee stated it will have access to the original of some of these, an cient vehicles. The bee-hive nf, which was used for a house when not traveling, in th days marked B. C, will be repro duced; the obi drag cart of the In dian with real Indians is to be an other feature; a Roman chariot drawn bv six horses will find a place; the oid time prairie schooner; animals modes of transportation as the ele phant and camel; buggies. carts, wagons and carrii-ges of all sorts will to shown; a wag-on that Lincoln rode in, a buggy that carried G rant, and a carriage that took Washington to and fro at the rational capital will get in line. The committee will look to c. A. CCLXUilS XT thirr.'rption fr.r ihe. ' i ri:i l. ami:uso. FRED L ANDERSON IS IDE GITY ENGINEER Will Assume Position Made Vacant by W. E. Moore's Resignation. Fred L. Anderson. ::s years old, llu Isincoln way V., was appointed tit y engineer of South Mend Thursday morning by Mayor Fred Keller to till the vacancy "aused by the resignation of VilIiani Moore, v ho will become the city engineer of Grand Kapids, Mich.. May Mr. Anderson was born in .onth Uend in 1SS and graduated f"m both the common and hiyh schools in this city. His later education was obtain ed at I'urtlue university from which institution lie was graduated in lyeo. for IS months immediately after hi? graduation Mr. Anderson was an en gineer in the maintenance of way de partment of the Big- Four railroad. He. then came back to South Bend and lK?came.n -employe, A,. J. Ham mond, at that time city engineer. Mr. Anderson's work fell outside the rou tine of the regular department, until in l'.H't, when he became city engineer during the last year of the Fogarty administration. He was at one time an engineer in the employ of the Chicago. South Bend and Northern Indiana Railway Co. In 1910 he became assistant city en gineer under the Goetz administra tion. Mr. Moore was appointed city en gineer by Mayor Goetz and until the resignation of Mr. Moore both men held their respective positions. Mr. Moore being reappointed by Mayor Keller. It was said that the olliec of assist ant engineer, for the present at least, would be abolished. Mr. Anderson stated Thursday morning that no other assistant than those in the ollices at present would be named. MARRIAGE SAVES MEN Xullilies Charge of While Slavery: Judge Goiger Utile. MIIAVAFKFi:. May G. M.irriage of the principals in a white slavery case nullities the charge of violating the federal statute prohibiting the trans portation of women and girls from one state to another for immoral purpose?, according to a decision handed down by Federal Judge Geiger in the dis trict court here. The court ordered that Fugene Kuentzre and Fdward Klopoczynski be acquitted of a white slave charge involving Clara Stigra of Detroit, because Kuentrze had married the girl. Judge Geiger said the ruling saould hold good even though the marriage ceremony was performed for the purpose of averting prosecution. . biggest part of the parade. Mr. Car lisle recently published a Look on the history of transportation. In his possession he has a eolleetioii of prints, photos and slides of ancient and modern vehicles which is said to be the largest in the world. Mr. Car lisle spent years in gathering this ma terial and his work has become rec ognized as one of authority by Wash ington. Mr. Carlisle" h.ts promised to give the committee' all aid and ma terial it may desire in making the pageant a .success. Abe Frank is chairman of the committee. Mr. I'rank announced Thursday that it is poihle that South Ind may g-'t 5!" feet of Mm on its parade. It is. believed to be certain that not another city in the country will put on a similar feature. As an added attraction Carl G. Fi-h-er, father of the Lincoln hiuhvvay, will be invited to come to South Bend t" participate- in the parade, accompan ied by his wife. it is thought 'i -tain Mr. Fisher will accept the imi tation. The Lincoln highway photographer. F. H. Osterman, will start from Ne,, York on May 15 on his picture taking tour. He expects to arrive in South Bend about June 1 ' He will then continue his journey to San Francis, m. Coming back the same cities will to made and the pictures taken or. the tirst trip will be shown in local thea ters. Tho local committee will meet Sat urday afternoon to arrange the detail-, lor the pageant. The meeting wiJl Le JiL UiSiJJhAcx lioUl. TO YIELDTO JAPS Ultimatum Demands Accept ance of Recent Proposals Before That Hour More Troops Embark. ! ANTI-JAP RIOTING IN PEKIN HASTILY CHECKED Reports from Tokio Hint Yuan Shi Kai's Government Has Shown Signs of Acceding and Clash May Be Averted. J. :n. !. ... I'-' J" : i'j:;i:: .. ,;. . K, ; . , I ' k i n. stut my .j . . "i" :u 1 !iuMi!;;;t s lt::,iMM , ,,,, t ilh..at l..rm.,l .i, , .,,. ,;. u;u' Ti'v dip.Hi-i, , . ,,,, ,., , :!i ;,s l" ' he r ii. ,,f h.tilii 1 1 . u -'ii;irmati,,n ai!,..: ... sources ha i,i , n i ,, i i', t ! i I'KKIX. May .;. -j.,,,,,,- .s present,. d in li. , ,,. ... i. , otlu-e this c-wrung. n u;,. n..,.,,.. ted through the Jap.iiie... ;. 1?M, 1 he time limn s.-i l.v .).,,,.,,, , ;: ,. ultimatum u .v., id to t.vJ,,,, , ' .Saturday. ' ' .. T,1 nltinialam. ,.r dm, i,. . 'ieial erMt,n. , t- Im;!, ;.M.t! ,-(( on tins and loi m. j .. ,IMnn, ''l 1,1 ' luaini. i c. im.ii in ( ,. terests im ohe.i jm t!,,- . ,,. , Hons arid den1.1;1i a, . pt.,,,,-.. ,.; : .. ir'pos.,ls i.v .I.ij.ji!. neiimn-iiiUioi, ( ., w-ial ants-.).,,, U!. ( ,:,,,,,,.,,.. noii.v, oca-uricl 1 1 i ment auainst t. K,t., .,.,,, ,N J(,. ei casing as a result of n th,t resistance vvin ,. nialf. .( j (!)(. troops i! they s,, e'lun. trim, . , and that i'jesi. yI!;in K.n n i, grant all of Jap.,!! .- d m.uids if ;!,,t country -hows m. dct m a,, i , j , ,,, ,,, resort to tuice. Vuan Shi Kai i. -mains ;,t the ri:.r palace. It is v;,id t hat Ij. has '. tt Its pie, in' ts lor i,,l;r .lt Chinese have been ai i.-t,' ,, .-!i,.f that they are plotting to kill t he i i . -1-dent. The eolas ot .1., i .a n e-.. ,,-1,;,, Continues. Xe i ,a J.i !, e 1,1,.;;,, houses closed th. II do..- t.Mi.,v , . rangt ineiits h., h, f ,, m.!.i.- j., cade those which lejuain o;,eM. ....., is beiiig pati oiiize,. cji.wgi: roi: hi:th;i: i Ki:roKTi:i i bom tomo. TMKlo May i.. A s n ,:,; g.. for the better in tin- a.-:ie . :. involving China and Japan i--,:..,'. i 'his afternoon. It is tio - t-g. ,;,!,,; possible that war l-luo-n tbe tw., countries can he arid. ti.. eral sentiment in othcjal cirr h en.s to be optimistic. A long . (isp.,t h wa- 1 1 : . ( j iv Fore:gn Minister Kato tr-.tM ., Jap anese legation at I'ekin. This w.is immediate-,' 1 1 i . s a . ; 1 1 . 1 to Premier okiim.i. It wa- r- ;....rt. .;. but not contirmed. that ".m., !,,,! shown indications of viebheg. it v.,s announced t..dav that details of :! .. negotiations between the two . -would be given to the power- :;m.'- taneously. The cabinet believe tlt; This will vindicate Japan'v pfde-v. Fmperor Yr shihito j t . -1 j . , j !,,.:., at a cabinet couii-ll wbaii fail- i:. dorserl the o.r.-e .,' a'tcn ; by l-'or'ign Minister Kato with ?! enee to China. The cabin t .-o ;',. 1 followed a long 'onferera e -- t li- s, -ond in IS hour-- between Baron K and the Briti-!i ambassador Mftn- Trn..i FmbarU. It wa admitted at the war min istry todav 'hat more Japanrv,. ,,,, . have embarked on transports at S.: -sebo and other jioints and )i.r- , - .j;. ,i but tlirir destination at.i a ... i,l eakd as y t. Mi his n-ur;: fr-.i-i tile caidliet il;ri, ii C,en. b:.i. the mil -ister of war. eonferred '. ith t::a; high oili'-ers wjio had hern summon. The statement puMndied bv tl. Kekumin that the Fnited St at mediate between .1 a pa n ; ;i rul ('1 , ; ? : . . , ., s seouto, in well informed ;r-b-c Ti;. Kokumin is- the organ f f. rr'ar I-. . mier Katsura. b ;t at pi .-nt c ; clc-ely in touch with the govn. ' At the Ameri'.an en,as-v no romm n could be obtained. A s A m ba .r Guthrl has gone to the IVp.-d ,i..t. i! i-" riot bejcad that The !ir-re uil! be ,m!",.. up- ?; An ojtieinl announ-en, v: n ::;r tial lriw had ,en p : n. r , :, K wanc-Tutig p ran .! a I t )! 1. ... Tung region ,f Mac-hun a c r p t e t o d ,r.- a .- Id n e ? . r'"rt',!' . Iu-t !'- Taught I. ri. "China must be ? ,-:g!. , , -sail or." "'"Vial "5ir been ne of d''!ijp. '' e or ; !' Jap-m hns inade tl.i : - .-ub'e. Japan's purpose i- - , has nothing to cu.(f 'a . b in a p'--;!ion .. k-p ;. ( r ; e n . "Chlr.n think " ' her. 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