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EVENING EDITION I MM W and MM III. Pr. VOL. XXXV, NO. 171. DAY AND MOHT FULL LEASED WlltC TELIXJIlAmiC SERVICE. SOUTH BEND, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1918. wun ..'kLL the loca: ,kws. news taper rnn tht iiomw- PRICE TWO CENT? nz3 n jh s 3 J n I 1 I? acFifficecl rrr ity say Ml i ee MaMi Li D ggp kjJ U iL A.l 2 r P CAVA IT mf mi Ui Gemaiy 800,000 Fien Sim rmss mm i ITALIANS Gl i GROUND D ON PLATEAU Fighting Continues 'Lively Around Montello, Accord ing to Official Ital ian Statement. rp-Tlm iil ST-vP e : WASHINGTON. .Tunc -O. Tlio Austrian-. iur b-t nio-t of the adanta;re jfuinciJ at Montello. accortliiw; to an official dispatch froui Koine. receied Unlay at tho Italian rnilusv. While further detail arc laeUini;. Italian otlieials in Washington prt '. I conti ilomv that the tide on the Ital ian front has turned in fat or of the allied eaure. lat'-TDitioaal .Vti .trv.eei nOMi:. June . 0. The Italians have frair.rd i.ior ground in local ounte- atti in th sector of the A.-iipo i-Iit'M:. according to tho litest report t lie Italian war ot"- :.cc. Hundreds of A u.-iro -H urinaria n prisoner.- w r i . ptnrd.-as well as machin guns. Fighting vhioh the oiftcia! i-tate-inent termed " li t lj ." is in progress at und Montello t on the Piave river and aloni; th, lower Piave. orri.wivi: i..r.t roi: i'ni.inc ai. un a. lnti '!!.iTi.n jI Ni SttI't: lj'Nf",N. J .i ii- -0. Austria' t rV-1 , -L .i-'.tin-. It.il;-. whi'.'h in-pan !'. SaturdJ y nior nil'", was launrlicl Uv intciiil and political reason, .ic hnr t' e.iptured documents, -aid a dpatrh from Rome tda?". ..Mofin? a mi-Ot'i'.ial statement iiri n'id ln isufd thre. ! Au.-tro-H marian pri-onTs e.t 1 1 i i nw tlriv n "hunger otfenive." '; "The i'prmy in launrhini; his at-j ta- k. re:P",.,lrd to two -Tron.; . ita- ; ',it-f"s," h-.iid th fenil-oflieial .-tat- , innt. "t irt, there was th polit- i'-.il r"f-i-lty of ohtainitvx a lailitary! A 'J? r '. i -Hu:i i vy : s-eoond, tlio necessity if oMiimn.: y j p t ' i .1 I i 4 I -.cc m.it'ri abs to niet tue w nt of 1 the population and the army." Hope of IHt Mnalied. The A'l'trlans" hope of overrun- :in a wide area of I'aly and then 1 th. OD'intrv 1;.- been j -n, a shod. A eor.t vi 'i v i "a ' e" n . i-s'jed by the Italian war oihee !: r.ifrht. said liat t:iA Austrians had not been able renew their atLicks between the siasto piMteau and Montello. al t!:oup'n there were partial actions: in ;Ii Act!ons of Monte Grappa and b-nt. r.o. The Italian- and tb.eir anis ear : d out. ;-.roi' o inter thrust on! be Asmo d itea-a viiib rt sultC'I th.e rapture o" pri-oner. j "With um a.-!T. pre-.-. ire we -hortned th.e front opened by the lATiiv s,-n;:a .,r ti;.- ior.T" i;eiiuno ?n.-. t.'!.,, Afti, I .ftornron the battb " 1 1 ! . ' . ob e ; f :i loutdv on Ne- attempt? b r i i a i ' ; r-y .i v to the t . h. l-bt i '.nil of Ar ire a to "a r b ! i "v. e . "A vi-.bn: - --cto r of 1 'f."o!. ai.. i. vard of :o d. ltl t be ef --a ita 'b of i 'apOs-ile. d 'A.iS the i Kvery of v. :o - . oj;b ..-. I'.ride- cpt wa. Te: -if-- u f Mb'n b . i UP HI '-,r of A i s T r;.i r-i-- b "iT'ot ,ii f o?; the in nk ,-1 v . of th" rh er Tb Pia A r; er in f!o'-.J and which the A".trinr? ::au c:..-ei ''.tr.k l.aAc beer. --. to the ve-t-lt aw ny. the t..-;t:-h war ::! an n'u:n Cl ;n a r- tr-ee ,r.t v.s w ith the rit'.Mtion tb Tb.!!n front. til lt. V i;l,0 bt rd :. i', - n - : . c o r ; '. n i e o C t be be :v;t:o!. c" th.at a "T of t ve bv.e hld bv x b Pn'irr' ur.:i i stiutk itv DivNin; in:ix. !rt--i ,t! :m' Nt brrvi : ri'iI.rMltlA '""ITV. lad. Ju::e .'('. -IWthi Hunter. 10 years oh!, h -;ftVi-nr tvn; - er injur 1 s today .s the rf --.'.It of bin ..tr :ck b '.rs;- ''.mr.r Icll l.irh fell at nt - !i-a r b lb " . . 4 I J V J 1 Mii.i.ii nitsr i.v ;..,f ..... : ..- . : 1 . : bbYi.L Xf. ü.. J ; o- -be Tk-bT - Tb Enormity of the Teuton Losses ry l j j IS Jeveaieuj . I I ! .e-TiTis Special Se.-vke: ; LONDON. June 'JO. German y lia-s u-Icsly ir rificel ÖOD.oo) men since March 21, It Mas rharged ly Herr ZiofYnuui, a so ; rialist niemln-r of tlie Prussian i-lutnüVr of deputies, at Ik'rlin. said an lktclmnye Telegraph Li. ( iKxlch from Amsterdam tcnlaj. Ihc cables rum did not state tthcthcr or not the accusation by H off man was made during: debute in the chamber. Ger many's first bhr ofTetivhe lcA?au on .farch 111. imi'OT Di:bTj;ovi:i. IO.NDOX, June '20. A Ocr nian military dcot at Ilrugso, whieli had lecii uxJ for the Morasc of toriedoeü, lias Ihiii destroyed by allied airmen, according- to a Central News dis 1 tcli from Amsterdam toda). Urusscs. Mhicli lies in north ern Helarium, is one of the most important (iermau base in l'laiKler. There aie immense docks there on the Krudes canal and yards for the i-clittiisr of ubtnariIes. It lias lori lxen a laconic target for llritlsh a iatcrs. PROHIBITIVE TAX ON DEADLY WEAPONS IS PROPOSED BY SISS0NS Intcmutleoal News Service: 5 WASHINGTON, June "Jo. Pro i hihitive taxes on deadly weapons ; "for private use," were proposed to ; the was and means committee by i Rep. titsons of Mississippi today, i not as a means of raiting rcenuc. but to check the spread of crime iri the I'nited states. Sh.-un5 urged a flat tax ot $." on each deadly weapon manufactured, told or displayed for sale and in addition a 20 per cent ad valorem tax on the price at which the man ufacturer sells hi- product to the trade He listed as deadly weapons, pistols, dirks, bowie knives, sword canes, 4illettoes and brass knuckles-. He would re-juire e.ich manufac turer to register with the collector 1 of Internal revenue and return an v u 1 1 jii-fiiititin'' i'tf It ' j ril'trit't T 1 r . , . , . 1 ia.es would rc jaia in Icclal rev- ; cuue .-tantpä. -iSouth Bend Boys of the 309th Leave Louisville For Range at West Point, Ky. Ne s-Tiui t.e.-ial Serri.e: CA MI' TAYL'Hl, LouiMide, Ky.. Jun ( Tli - "n'a h f i. nrJi ninrtir V. . wvk... .. .nut .... who came down from South Bend last fall and 1 recruit.-, who w re received in th incrtinn nts which Ii I i e i i iii;e, hoi..-- u-f, it a 1U4 l .... .-.-a ... ...? ... icr i itiu ai uii'. i j j.o-,'.. -..-.. i ein Ky., where tliv test ot li.c l..;in Tn Id Artilkry Bricade, to which the battery b attached, will train for th remainder of the summer, , The b.ija hiked the 2 ä milt s to th cirp nd there wi'.i be qua rt'-ve-i i under cati as. Th- 'Ö-Tth t'iebi Art.I'.ery lus bcn at tb raiie sine- April 1 and bat- j t.il.oiiS of tli and ;::'i-.t!i luc , co-ae ilown Uo:. ti: ! 'o t;;i.b Iloy:- tvf!'. the r.'i m ; is '.-: cnlarjed 11 .1 ?b. ub.o!e iii'atle will be tht re ...V V 4 . - ' . . - - " - - until e Men-, ir, at ic;isi it ser,t-r.:,.-r at ler..L. T u re :s a :i:b- ranee there a- w II s . a sun rans-. am a tivrou-.'i voarr-' I br .vt r. tb. .-aut!i I cn-l con- tir.c:.:. roi..sly tret: eh i.i -Ttars will be tra r.ifc ;vcl to the tie Id ar- ' ti'.ry range for utc The boys rather welcome the change from barraoVts to tent life. The wooden buildings werr getting rather hot up n-xt to the roof in the recent evtr.-me wea'.h'r. Whil ih t r,ii;aiion is -o.aii. .iif oaiiacusi : ! MRRTAR PATTrPV ! iwiuii i nil uni iLiii SHIFTSITS CAMP v .i i ui c neer piite -o cooj .. ter.t . M w h-r- th boys sWp in ."ts ner ! -j-;. ; th tSi" ir.'l ..!. with tb- tbij-- of' ith. r. tit - :p. lb-- '.r - . - Ju .. . . p;r ab at tn- '!i' c.tlap ..t Wi I Point keea tb t' l.'.l-i vool. Th- t l.atl";- liV'.lth .'ilUi e 4 .v ity. too. yb Mb '.::)- i ; a ! bej : h Bei.d. l-.I ik. r M P.. The War Situation Today i Irtcrn itloml News Service: The same masterly strategy coupled with the ririi ot "Thev j shall not pass," which won for the allies on the battle fronts inj France, is winning for the entente forces in the Italian theater of j war. ; As the Italian counter assaults grow in strength in the mountains j i flanking the Asiago plateau and on the Piave river the Ausrro-' . Hungarian attack grow weaker. But, there is little lessening in j ; uie violence or ine ngnting. Further pains have been made by I : 1 iuiaii UHU L.0 l.i Iii v ! Alps while heavy thruste on the I Piave river are holding the Aus Jtrlans in their battle positions. J Nature has eome to the aid of the j entente armies. The Piae river is now- in Hood and the freshet has? washed away many of the bridges by which the Austrians were able to cross to the right bank. llaked With lire. Massed in a narrow space on the western sido of the stream the Aus trian ranks are being raked with a devastating Mro from the Italian ar tillery by night and by day. Thv Austrian war otYice hays that the Aut-tro-Hungarian forces on the lower Piave have crossed the Pos setta canal at several pointy, but this has not been confirmed from any other source. (The Posaetta canal run from the Piave to the JHile river. It joins the File at Porte firande, 1 railes northeast of Venice and enters the Piave between Zenson loop and Sandona di Piave.) The vatcilation tactics of the Austrian high command has led to AiLRÜADS ASK NCREASED RATES! t Raise of 25 Percent on FoodjSec'y Houston Says Shortest Asked For Local Inter- i Way to End of War is urban Companies. Intematici.il News Service: WASHINGTON. June :C. Appli cations for increased rates were !i!ed with the interstate commerce commbsion by th- following trans portation lines: Ivvansville Railroad Co., increaeed rates of from live -0 cents one way. and from 20 to 15 cents on round ttip adults,' fares, and corresponding increase in half (arcs between Ovvens'ooro. i:ansville. Xcwburgrh. Yankeetown, Hatiield, Richland and Grand View, Ind. r.enton Harbor and ist. Joeseph Railway nnd Light Co.. increase of per cent in joint and clat-s rate;? between points on its lines and points on electric lines in Ohio; in crease, of "5 per cent in commodity rates on food between points on it.s lined and points on electric lines in Ohio: increase of '-5 per cent in commodity rates on food between points on its: lines and points on tho Southern Michigan railway, and Chicago, South r.end and Northern Indiana railway; increase of -5 per cent in .las. rate? between points on it lines and points on el ec trio lines in Michigan. Indiana and Illi- noic. Cleveland. . Southwestern ar.d Co lumbus Railway Co.. increase of Z- : i -i r!.w r:ite netween j't 1 . Ml ... v-...-- i electric lines in Miehipan, Indiana i and Illinois. Cle. eland C.MIin fttt.fn Mir' ( .1. ... v . ; . . : 1 ........ i . - of 2 J I 111 Oils Ivaiiwr? o., tinivj.-'. "J - per criu .'." vi.ii.ivuh,. rates una increase t tarte coiit.-j per mile betw een stations on its ! ; lines and some stations on its linei to poir.ts on fonnectm? lme FREMCH PENETRATE THE ENEMY LINES, TAKE 20 Irto-ii.it'. 'r .b s S'rti''': PARIS. June :0. "Our detach- ! nients penetrated the enemy's lines between Montdidier and the Oi?e . . 1. . : - 4f t : , i i river ari n i: re-ioi: 01 t-ni.-. ie Chaum". " the 1 rencn unr oir.ce an- notiH' ed tod i.v. "Thev brourh lab. -0 (rm;i: im porta pi' p: orcrs. Nothin? o hai raker, p'.ac en the rest of the front." Wanted Volunteer Knitters Will South Bend's knitters volunteer their services or will it be necessary to resort to a "draft?" The knitting department of the local Red Cross chapter must "go over the top" in the new quota which has been assigned to it, henc- South Bend's women must knit, knit, knit, and then knit sconr more. Listen! By Sept. 1 the following knitted articles must be finished: G,100 pairs of socks, 1,700 sweaters, and 350 wristlets. A further appeal to the loyalty and patriotism of knitters should not be necessary. The latest directions for knitting sweaters may be found in the "Women's War Work" col umn of this issue. ; great slaughter of t'n Austro-IIun- ' garian army and has enabled the j Italians to hold the initiative since J the offensive was launched last Sat- j urday. In I'act, it is not too earl now to brand Austria's supreme ef- j fort as a total failure. t American airmen will soon be fighting alongside tlieir Italian, French and liritish brethren in arm on the Italian front. A contingent (the tirst) has already left for that zone of battle. Itheüiis I Vat tie Dies Out. The battle of Kheims, which opened on the wetrn front in Prance Tuc-hday n!tilit, di-d nt a? suddenly s it be '-an. It proved ; another costly failure for the (Ger man crown prince. Nothing of r.spvul imrot:unre;the Uli(itlfjria, (Iel:tils thilt he may has taken place on any of the four great battle lipids in Trance although Increasins: raids und the artillery activity on the Picardy and Inlanders fronts indicates that the Clermana may soon renew their efforts to break through to either Amiens or the channel ports. Y IS US f f FOE OF FREEDOM "Through It." iLternational News Seni c: DUBUQUi:. Ia.. June '2 -There must he another I'uurtJi of July for all the world and when v.o this timei set the world freA from (Jermany, its independenee will not apair be seri ously menaced, for Germany is free dom's last foe." Thus characteri:in?r the enormity of the ran -German luer.acc. rc'y of Agriculture David lb Houston, ad - dressing Towa bankers at thir stato convention here today said that tlio snoriCteL way 10 me enn or nie ; war was through it. Describing the system of interna tional robber' which has resulted in the creation of the Germanic em- pire. Sec'y Houston depicted Prus sia as the spirit of mediaeval ism "stupidly truttin? before th eye of men and of God." "W e are aligned with the free forces of the world and have back of us the conscience; of civilization." he continued. "I asrree with the Archbishop ot" York, that there must be tome power that can charge the hearts of the German peopb- which alone an make them tit associates for free and 'elf-trovernincr peoples, This German plan of world empire wir. collapse a-:, have othei- similar plans. It is pot th lost time it has! been tried. The Persians tried it and were halted at. Marathon ;r.d; at Salami. Alexander atb-i.iptod . s rinrl 1 i 1 i of ivpt. "f! ri.'ir !. huniii 1 ' i ..1 .1 Napoleon played l";- the 'same stake ind ended his day at Helen. The kaiser will Jern lesson." GET 500 MILLIONS MORE INCOME AND w x 4 4 n n n 4 r A l-Alr" rnur I HA lLtern:it4 11 al News 5erT:.:; WASHINGTON. June : Ap- ui- r-"- pioxima.e.v ceived by the trea.-ury today in pay- men: of income and c:te--i pro:.ts ta.res, brin?in the t"al receipts up to ?!- r,r-.0C'r,.C''', which haves M. I'.'.OC""1.'" 0'' .-till to be collected. Pawner's o-i The third La'crty !oan 'today h id totaled . k : 0 . C ;v 0 . -000. 1 WILSON SEEKS IRE FACTS ON TURK ACTION 1 N 1 1 1 oiuic uiudi in i 1 1 miöü ruio tu Hot Pnmntntft Ponnrf nn ULL UU U LkL I IL.UUI I till Sacking of Mission ary Hospital. WASHINGTON, June !0. Pres't Wilson has a.-ked for omplete ad- I vices on the suckin? bv the Turks of the American mi,1ior.ury hospital j a l lai.'ru, I e rs la, n v. as; iariieii ia- ! ri.iv frnni cln to ?h whito !iouf. I T.r. nr. -.virion t i to It . f s.hovn la keen interest in the reported sciz- urn of the American consulate and s.ickimr of the hospital, and 1 in 1. I American Minister Caldwell at Te- I lifTin h:i rrriiirstf.il tn rnd all hae at his command. Will Mafce I'ill IToIk. The statt department also acted on the incident today, requesting both Sipain and Sweden to ascertain the facts from Berlin. tary Oitensive JS iiweiy to add to the ; witl have the cn.lr.r.-r.if nt of .,:? ..; It was made plain that the presi- .discontent, othcials say, with the r-jthh: nation's co-belligerent.'., dent w ould take no action until suit that a penera! revolutionary j The .-enate foiv-icrn re'.ati.,n-. . ...i-.-everv phase of the occurrence had movement in Austm is not. beyoud ; mittee. which has b'io:e it th- Kin- ( been communicated to him. The re- ! port of the occupation of the con- ! sulate and the sacking of the hospi- : tal has created deep concern in the ..capita and tlie Deuei was ireety ex- ' JSresed that Turkey liad committed the overt act that ev ntualh would tlcad to a declaration v;-f war by the : CTnited States Wutches Russia Cloee.l. The president al.-.o was closely watching the Russian situation to- rl .v- jn.l l'i..r -re renorts that tili would be. made the subject Of a : Fourth of duly addre-s. The presi - ; dent had intended to jpeak at Jhila- , dlpbia on Independence day, butj"I,u llue no inroiu .-pamsn yesterday let it be known that he(aml "'kdi-h sources'. would be forced to decline the invi-j Kn-si:tii situation. ; tation. TIoweer, re ports wre in- i Meanwhile the ib;-iau sitatio.i that he v ou!d speak el.e- j on mai u.ty an i mat at .au; time he would taue tue people into, hir confidence as to what America's j policy toward Russia b" to be. W hero i thf sreecn wi rc ienverea cou;a . 1 not be learned, but an announce- i " 1 j , Ä -1 3 i rarnt was expectca r-eiore -r.- enu u. ; the present week. j ' AMERICAN. GASSED, uiftnie ti i nrr n ä VP VVUnrvd I n null UM I O TO HELP WOUNDED! I Tr trnTioii w serti.-e PARIS, June :'v. Although sai-ed by the Germans Udward Wy lie. a former New York jude. worked for three days without 5!eep. evacuating wounded Americans- to the rear, meanwhile bein;,' under continuous bombardment, it was learned today from th Amer ican front. Wylie, Harold Purdy. a'.-o of .ew;aa York, and Mark V. Brennan, Of j Newark. X. J.. all ambulance i drivers, luve received the follow ( jnp letter from Gen. Pershing: f Iwap hear. I with the reaf.-r v. . i . . . ? v.e..s';re of vo'ir ;.ne coiinaci uu: - . . . . . ... . .. in; the period in which t.gv.:in, :.; - enred at . The oldierly qua!- iti- you evlbaitf-d op ' - occasion rh" whole aim i;-ed t h; on i auny." ' - MAY KEEP HEADS COVERED lrtortj lti.-.ti.i' New S r'i e: tro.!!iv.-.T-.v T ..,.. ... ri,i dp.ftment of justice ho recognized the claim? of many re'iiou . f. .t-liir.S r.'-4 it itnr "! 'l V fo 4 .1 11 n . 1 ..4..' 44 ,44. ..- -w. n-.alr tr.otiMT? to we i a head eirss. at;d ir. rr-'isterinit; tei.i-ile Gerntatt alifr: ha permitt,i the registrant? to keep tlieir hads covered in pos- for the photo-raph on their i.irr.ritic ittoa tar a:: Cnite.l States marsli.ils l.ae b'?c:i :.oti!.ea that wlv re uch a r prulation is pre - c i bed bv .ir.v memo er of any '!' cio-i.-4 . omnunitv c irnominj-b- b.ad dresj; : v..:i b" pcr pbotczrapb. tion. th e "ariiicr of 4S 7art f the kabi nut red in takin W m W EsXDeCt 1 'Better News From '.Italian War Theater 1.1'- L.ai.i'Jun. -r.ktwir. I ,1 r t ! .i ! .-r.r AMll.NU I UA jane JC i ! ceptioiiillv favorable todav. Oiucialdom vas disiiiuilv (rtimiiu - - ; over a inimlvr t mailers that -od om prominently. Vhey m I eluded : Certainty that the Au.-nian drive aain.-r tiie Italian irc-nt n..-: 'only has been deiinitely checked, but realizatiun tha: the v'-ollen waters of the Piave river which have carried ava many bridge.-. has thrown the forces of nature on the. side ot the defending Italian armies. The ne.xt hours will num u.w u.uiau r.um, ai uirj'.u ; .eitnany Can't Spare Men. ... . ...... ....... ... . i that Of.vir.any .annot s:ai e :-ny a i - ! ditional tloot-5 to op.--i ate with til ; Austritt ,t a of tlu- spe.l uith 'which tlu- American tro..ps be- , lS 'iit to l rare- The Italian situation easi!v mav ', become the turuit;; l'"'iit in the vir. All information , urücials point out. leachiui: the state department indi- . that the interna! situation m Austria is ? rowing worse. Failure in Italj. coupled with in - ability of (P rmany to aid th. mili- the bounds ot i.o.-.-ibihty. l'res"t. YVü.-.on pr?on.i'.y i: hav- in- an inestitratioii made of th - situation at Talri. J'ersia. wh r ; i"r mu -.ntu ur- .uithmh iui- sionat y hospital. Th-re vill '-e no unaue haste, i Ii" torc s wjuen hav: ''u tiyin- fo- r. early .. year to ; e i uruey ano b J.:'a' j.i in-iuiet !" the lit or the fneim.- the 1'nibv States have j eaouMeti Their efforts us ti:e i-.-"lt of th. Tabriz ' incident. lIOWP', Cl 0!hc:al -!ns to, tie-' wiute iiou.-e said thi' n- action 1 I ; ;?!"r- ,;ritl eomple'e r Prl reiches the -täte department ARTILLERY ACTIVE OH PICARDY FRONT: ,Din nunc Arilin Rnnminn in v,u,, "yam uwumiMy ill vuiiuys, u uiu dumme t nuns nan birong lo and Ancre. cal Assault. ' lLiri.AU.jOj b.vfi .v:i -Iii tern it ioi .b Nv Sri..e: iV'TH ttii' A-it-T. mi y LONDON, June .'0. Great artil- U' J-i. iv. a. Ai...i lery activity has a a in developed in ; IN 11: A NC rb.Jun 1'.-- T o. m. i the io;nmc and Ancre valleys (Vi- j:vidn-e is aeeumulatin? tliat the ttrdy front" nnd r'.ir Albert and j LaKat?-ee. the Avar oitiee stated to- Haids! were .atrid i.Ut ill the if the flan- : Lens and Ypre sector ders front. Th-re w.i ridin- :V'.', ; wnere. aito. ' T " i -b yi a . x- -- . y-t , - . . . - r. : ''f.'"'-"1 'Jri"IJil K'--"-r' v.ere !' aptured. ' The text uf the otb. ial tep-ti toi : lows: ; "There were ra.d.- on th Boyelb. 'Lens. Gitenchj, Straazcle ar.d ; Ypres sectors. Shaip ibhtin took place during whicii we inflicted csvialtics upon the P.riicVi ea l-iro rerl 1 enemy. The prisoners and A ho.-rile raid ' , " , . i three machine iran-. near Morhmeourt 'a- li.-per.-e:t. i during th ni'lit in the Sornme and U1 ' -"-1J j LaKassee canal." A!be:t and n'ar The :p6 IRON SHORTAGE MENACES PRODUCTION OF WAR MUNITIONS 1 1 1 i'L a li.'I. .ii .O'1".-. VASHIX'rTjX slin.jie'J s :ior .as e o: .o :....ko;: ; erio ..S (. har-e W .'i tons f f pis iron i- oor-iu-rration to o:b :.il.-i of munition t iod :-!;.. le.irne-I today. Th- shortjg-. v.-ni: b a::e-r:t d a month diio to a boat -k .""' .'"'' tons, has mtadily incrfasd anl member.--of the Avar ir.du.tr:'-s bo .i.J fei;- that unle-s i way i fo.'.ijd to in'a--j i ai '; .'. n . the .: te. l ii.d " : ;. b.i mpered Ar ., . t-rr-b. '.d '.a V : id.iy b l o . rd jin! t -!: ? - r.t.. -s? ir. iu-:ry .t is i.r'' f' fer.t - t '.,trtl tk- t!'. e- C f th' a' .'" that a o-jtkTiCd -o -ho. a of i ae .-. ; . 1 - -1 ; it s Ii.-. .ii' ( - ncreastn &y lie general v ai Ml .alhil a bring- increasingly bene: iucai uici.iis cuciat. . - , .. !. .d. A. - ' . . 1 i : i : i 1 tion. .v n t.t 1!. ; ticipated tn 1 1 , i.- epe(t-i i. . i'i .:.r;'i..' niilitai and c con 'ini. ;I , s;i(' '-sst w:ll m:i!: J:?.a .a distinct t'.iC';'.' a era in (;.; , I-'endltv.;" a ui 'ani'e dcci.-.on i;, ' nat islied that sp l la t ".o u , t.xj,-;tiy v. li.tt meas:i;s c.n !)- t retrained from. in whatev. r j Ta0 e is made th l :dersi.:p will i.e j with the I p.iud States and ,-,.-tivi ; resolution rb-clarin--- w. p T :r's---,- ( and liutg-aria, ( alhd 'a; on .cc- of ; .State La using today fur nit'.-t n-...n jr, . atxiut the y.-i citing of rh. Ain'-i 1 an uo-i;.;jj ai ja:ri... Mr. I. ir.Mn?s co-atei red with th- c omninutt- a. i.nt t n i o : i .draft treaty v ::h ivo lb i: .in at: d : o;; -;:.t . th I itru.sh s.tu.itSon . a .- ot tne.nri in-idrmbniv. n . t,r in'idntJh-. told the (-.; p - miltt that tlx that th : r ! it n. , was on dm tint: ,ir i . ; o leam wheth- tb.a icitra-- h"!'! 'or . eommitt-d by an indepnoeüt in, in a .'aioi oi ji-ii.s ' lj..- im nied -old: ;y of the - - rnninr. The committee cs-pe t- r.. , no move at l"ist vntil th .-:.:.e partmcnt obtains all the f . c t - TEUTONS DDCD TO ATTACK YANKS Ti.Mn.-n A I I TUf lUYIUCHUC MbOUIIIUIdUMy I McU o i mans a : p.ar.r.m ; attack against rh A.iii -t: "IV h.' -1 h a c oil : ' : Toi.l front. Tiiis sect-n . wii:' . n.t !. . r; I'Uiet l"r soe: v.e-ks. s iduenk de, e'.oped unusual activity rol'."V. in-; the repul-e t,i this n.oir.i: r C r man laid the !--cor.i ::it;t.--tojt by io ' i'-: nu'..-- m tiü'-- :a;' : . Tli bo-he arti!b :y a'.ibi :i' rali shelled :h' .- is in th'- -a : '. : line. u r ; -ei v e; s : jni t o y ti .n:. aiai r: i( b mow-m-nt- oh.ii i lh- ierioati I in in the pa.-: ! ,!;.- C n. j u a i; iii'-n a '. - m. t-iia i. a ..I -. . - h :. i e.-o.--ed o :; kr. - fi.lv b;s a iV4 bef..;.- : b- ia.:, h:i-. t '. isi'bhty. ITALIANS RECAPTURE GROUND IN ATTACKS l:. ! i it! .i.ji N-u - L.tj SI ' X. .h:i. L'" i .. - .- . t . : . .4 '. .x ' ' ' - ;'-. r ti j aiteM.oon rio.'a .u b'.'u; O1 t ha I t ! i T J r d Ca po Si! Ita. -.a I.- e;v. f f Cp" l'.a' ; r. 1 ;:. i.e.- a nd Ti. Jf i':.i e i. : .f Y'i.b ; -.- j . -. ' ; i b - ' : 1 .i r c.r- CAMHI I fJs lo MI I I !u.. : at. ..-.. N - IkT'IAN'AP'l'l.l.-1. r.e... I - . P.t-ji .bh'an car. J d it - 2k r :..b : :.tt- v. .11 n-."-1 h-i- thb- -i .; !' . b, k tu c . tk : -mp . ii- -n s Lbi : . V. VY .'a i - t POPULACE LOOT SHOPS, DEMAND AN EARL! PEACI Burgomaster Tells Premier He Can't Preserve Order and Starving Mob SAor.es Latter's House. I.(jNDO.. dn::e : i ' IP'! S '- i a C !'-.. Vienna :o:d c.rah; -u-hed liiere i- nre-e: .aid an l:chan.-e 1 j!e y.itcii iivdn AinL-'dam l !-. bi:rfi':na-;e; ,,i i- i inti.imen I'remie;- "n e ler -iiat r.e c.mn-' -n.cantee It i ma vie a rep": h' 'S tile CM IP alp e-ider irr.U ot the prenn. and stoned i:. Shop.- w . i ' Th- tu t 1 föL th ha'. 'i 1 '. . . i - ' '' ; . e a ;u o-i ' 4 r or o ii 1... -ti prote-1'. n a " a : d ' i r.'.. . t b. ' o f.-n ! ( ",: - dt- ! n.' j: alb! t : :a. r ! of 'inn.: r. i -'v. he? ii 1 1 '''it .- 1 i t ''-! -.hv.: A t ,cr.i; P". isy t ; b o". tb. l b- prca n: !"- tO b" th '. : o. ' rd. 1. e FAIRBANKS' ESTATE IS OVER $2.000,000: SCHOOLS GET SHARE. 1 XI! A NAP' 'LIS i. a.. : !?. -" - U a 11 en l' ä -.: ; ..hit? he re. l- ,r C l.nfi liiiii Th- u:b o: bar. Ks. T.i.-. t !'.:: " pre..-: s O ? I - der.' " b : " . t r ' -a fi ! s. it. a )fi i . a. T ia : ;i : f ' ..;:iu!!l. I 'a " ( u I ;.r.i-. h.ti'd I'i : i 'iY-i ri- b .?. W u li" a t . iv ! 1 : o;u I . las! liUi.b a!.'J Ote J,.h', W. Ti-a.nae.-. A r '-: ) ta1! -f " . A if I..''! . t ti.d'.a : a p , . r - ' : . e l - . ! ;;e. a ... i .. .,.i : . :,.-tlt:::oM- : 1 1 '.i ; u ' : r ! ,.i . : ..'.d ' 'ii I '. i a ' ! ;on.r .b : ;H h I P'ftl b- M' 1 r 1 ' pa 1 r 1 ! i I r t I';d. ! U iT"' PLACES ALL STOCK YARDS UNDER LICENSE BEGINNING JUNE 25 V AM IT X' 'T' C i 1 s a . : : - at r ir:.. Th" n i' .!;', i o V. !-V i 1 i . GERMANS DELUGE U. S. LINES WITH GAS SHELLS J i 1 iciT.a -- -.1 . . : Mai.' : . e . ; 1 -Mir A'. I -( PI 1-P.oM ; 1 . to ic i . J'JJif -'S. , i utput .ro'i. 4 fc . . a r.