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BBBHMMaMnMMnMni 0 0 00 00000000000 This Morning Choice of any Straw Hat in the house 95c worth from $2 00 to $5.00 Dunlaps Included H. Strauss & Co. New Thompson Building « i'inest Men's Store South 000000000000000 00 0000000000000 AMEBIUNiFliir CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. woum ucconie virtue.ly normal a cheerfui air pervaded the Uuadgu.ir tvrs. In a single day as many as s.iinu Americans have been cared lor on ships, sailing Iroiu (ilasgow and Liver pool. Kightceu steamers schedul ■ I to sail within a single week have booked about -0,000 American pa. seugers, lo (lie great satisfaction of tourists waiting their turn to sail for America. Kvcry time a sailing is arranged the fact is announced by a man who raps for silence in the ballroom, fil.ed itii chattering Americans. Similur pro eedure is followed whenever a single berth is to be sold. •'1 have a licrtli in the third cla on the Adriatic for a lady," the man announced in typical auctioneer style "1 have two second-emss berths mi the -New York for men." Sucli announcement,, cause w.ld scram lilt's hy aafeious traveler*' who desire to lay first claim lo the aecom modal ions. Many scltool teachers and otliei persons of refinement have he n forced to accept steerage accommo ualiotis. A special registration bootli is kept for school teachers and every ctfoil is made to give Mieui the tint chances to sail because of the early openiug of the schools in the lluitgn Elates. “1 have lost seven wardrobe trunks and three steamer trunks," exclaimed ouo gaudliy dressed matron w ilt great haughtiness in the lost ar lick department of the committee., "Put them on this slip and tell ili about them,” a clerk replied, liaudin the woman a printed form. The bediamoiied and bejeweled tour lsts who attempt to get spec's! favors at relief headquarters find their money or tidal positions ar.> .»> no vaiue when they enter the mu s of Americans all standing on the aim footing in the eyes ol the committee workers. The single (rain brought into Ism don today 1,1 "t pieces of unclaimed hag-age which had been assembled Paris from the various cities. Tin baggage is supposed lo be the prop erty of tourists in London. Th ■ Lon don warehouses ar,. rapidly filling ip with lost haggaye and the relief com mittec is doing everything possible to identify it. — ’ —o FRENCH MAKE GOOD GAINS. Paris, An# Hi, 10:53 p. m, Tl; following official statement wai -u cut tonight: "iaitest advices arc to the effect that the French army has reached >loi linage (Morchiugen) in Alsac Lorraine, 1!) miles southeast of .'let/. Our advance was very rapid in tin afternoon beyond the river Seilllc. At the end of the day we reached Helm . op one aide and Morhange on the oilier. "There is little change in the sltua tion in upper Ais&ce. YVv continue t i advance in Vosges. The G rmaii - have retaken the villalge ol Villa. Our troo|is have occupied Chateau Kalins and Meuse, hut face well forti fied and strongly held positions. "Our cavalry lias had a successful encounter with the Gentians at Flo r< nviite, Uol-ium. I.urge German forces, it Is tuintyinccd, are crossing the Meuse between Liege and Namur. “Ont of tlie French brigadiers iiu asked the commander-in-chief to make public th? following fuel: "A French Hussar made prisoner was dragged by German soldiers into an Alsatian tillage and his throat was cut before thr. villagers, who testified to the deed." # -o KIRK—THE TAILOR. He will make your suit, do you aleantug and pressing. 123 Centra: Phone 881, 18-7-U MILLIONS WILL BE SPENT IN THE PURCHASE AND BUILDING OF MERCHANT SHIPS, Present War Conditions Bevieved to Ofter the Opportunity to Establish Merchant Marine, Washington, Aug. Hi.- The adminis tration today mapped out comprehen sive plans lor building up the nur i haul marine with governmt lit mm.'j lor iln> immediate purpose ot train porting products from the United States to warring Kuropean nations and to South and Central America. President Wilson, in consultation with democratic congressional lead er*, approved a project contemplating the expenditure of approximately non, on to purchase ocean going vessels to he operated under the direc tion of a government shipping board. Government insurance of American slops mid cargoes against war risks would he provided for in a hill suli uiitted to congress toda> alter it had been improved hy the president. The Idli was introduced in ihe senate Dy Senator Clarke of Arkansas and in the hous,. hy Representative Vle.v under. It would create a temporary bureau of war risk insurance in the treasury department and would appropriate fa,(mo,don for payment of losses and fltio.dmi to operate the bureau. Plans agreed on for the purchase hy the government ot ships include (Tie How Would You Break a Man’s Nerve With a Playing Card? Alaric Trine sought his revenge armed with a single playing card. He broke Alan Law’s nerve and nearly wrecked the hap piness of his own daughter. His other child—but you'd better see the pictures. The Trey 0^ Hearts By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE The most extraordinary moving picture play ever pro duced. It cost a big price to get it for this community, but we have it, and you can see it in weekly installments at Lyric Theater Soon * drilling iff a s hipping hoard to com prise tlio president, Hi" secretary of the treasury, (lie secretary of com merce and postmaster general, it is proposed to use die ships principally in the foreign trade and tile adminis tration hopes that great Impetus wll. be given to trade between South and Central America. The preedit plan is to obtain money lo earry out the project by the sale oi Panama canal bonds. It was do < tilt'd llial it might take sonic time for suffieient ships to take advantage of die recently signed am ndment to the Panama canal act allowing foreign built ships to register under tin; American flag and the necessity for moving the crops of the United States is so pressing that extraordinary steps were decided on. It is planned to organize a company similar to the Panama Rahway Com putty, controlled by die government, lor the actual operation of die ships after they have been purchased. The president conferred with Sfccre tary McAdoo, Senators Clarke and Simmons and Representatives Under wood and Alexander on. tlte entire shipping question. The war risk in siirance hill was approved at the meet Ing. The president was told that it would he almost impossible to move die exports uiness the government stepped in, and lie finally consented to the scheme. No offers to sell ships to die gov i rument have been received, but it was thi‘ general understanding that owners of many vessels now tied up in American ports will be glad to dis pose of them. Immediately after die conference today work was begun on the pro posed legislation, and senate and house leaders pian to bring about the completion of the movement as quick I) as possible. There already is pending before the house naval af rairs committee a bill to appropriate $-."),(too,thin for the purchase or coil struction of a fleet of L’tl vessels. An other bill of diis character is pentlitig in the senate naval atfairs commit Iff. Mol'ore the house nava'i affairs com mittee today Rear Admiral R. M Watt, chief of the bureau of construe t'un of the navy department, di < cussed tli<! type and size of vessel which would lie useful us trading ships, and at the same time would bo available as auxiliaries to the navy, lie said Hie ships should be from 10,000 to 12,000 tons displacement, •lie added that the navy needed 20 or :;u such ships for use in umvrgencU... Fred Woods, president of I lie Mary land Steel Company, said that 12 or 15 auxiliaries of the type described ooiiid he constructed in eight or nine mont tis. Secretary McAdoo tonight made public figures on grain in port along the gull coast and the Atlantic sea' loard, showing that nearly 50,000,000 bushels are in terminal elevators or m transit, and that few ships are loading. In New Orleans, he said, there are 15,700,000 bushels; in Hal veston 25,(i 15,000 bushels; in Radi mere :>,tiO0,On0; in New York !K19,00 >, and in Boston 011.000, Railroads have refused to accept further grain shipments to New Or bans and Halveslon, and while at New Orleans six ships are loading grain, virtually none ol the grain ni Halveslon is being touched. Even if all 1 lies,, millions of bushels of grain are disposed of, the secretary thinks the situation will beconr* acute again wlun tlie cotton crop is offered for shipment. I’. A. S. Franklin, director of tii • International Mercantile Marine, tame to Washington today to consult with the president and oilier govern ment officials. Mr. Franklin proposed that the gov* einment provide means lor the pur chase of available foreign bui.t ships, declaring the step imperatively nec essary, owing to the difficulty of rais ing capital necessary from private sources. REPULSE GERMANS WITH SLAUGHTER Isindon, Auk 20. 2:HO a. in Be ganling the situation at l.ouvain. tin Brussels < orrespoudent of tin; Times says: When the (lermuns brouKht their heavy artillery into play in trout o! l.ouvain the Bcl-iau troops evacuate.I the place to save the benutifu an I historic city from destruction. The\ took up positions nearby. •‘The (lernm.i losst's at l.ouvain were terrible. The (iermaus still per sist in advancing in i lose formation and the Belgian nuns sweep them down like nine-pins." —--—o- - - — Lyric Theatre Monday, Aug. 24— Max Figman and Lolita Robertson in "The Man on the Box"—5 big reels— 10 and 20 Cents. 8-19-5t .- ■ o Vse limes in your Iced tea. Phone 242. We deliver promptly. it. (5 Morris Drug O' 6-10-tf -o— -- Peach Ice cream from fresh peaches. The Fountain at tho Uexall .Store. K. (J. Morris Drug t’o. 6-10-tl You can expect only good results If you give baby pasteurized milk It’s pure that’s sure. The Pasteu rized Milk Co. 4-21-tf -o Lyric Theatre Monday, Aug. 24— Max Figman and Lalita Robertson in ‘‘The Man on the Box"—5 big reels— 10 and 20 Cents- 8-19-5t I Pick-Ups From the Claflin Bankrupt Sale 1 H Mr. Albert Mendel, who is in New York^ has picked up ^)irK s,n/iP'Wi^trien’s Aimaref I I great H. B. Claflin receiver’s sale-some of the classiest creations 1 Y CMnflin I 3 and he has forwarded for Thursday morning’s selling, Ins n s pui t < ^ , Y 3 3 stocks. Two of these items were bought at a figure that will ena » e s t I ■ in one of our Famous Dollar Sales, so be on hand * 3 Thursday Morning, From 7:30 a. m. to 1. p. ni. Pique Skirls—A Claflin Pick-Up A WONDERTUL PURCHASE IN THE LATEST PIQUE SKIRTS NEWEST STYLES, AND IN A BIG VARIETY OF PATTERNS. INCLUDING TAN WITH BLUE | f)(l -STRIPE, PLAIN TAN ANDPLAIN WHITE: TODAY Wash Kimonos-A Clallin Pick-Up A BF-AUTIFUL LINE OF WASH KIMONOS, IN DOTTED SWISr,. DIMITIES, LAWNS AND CREPES. CLAFLIN WOULD HAVE SOLD THEM FOR TWICE THE \| llQ PRICE WE ASK IN THIS THURSDAY SPECIAL • Jersey Top Petticoats The newest and nobbiest undergar ment of all in a wide range of patterns and colors, a special today at. O New Fall Silk Dresses A brand new line of the new fall silk dresses just in. See window display and note prices. Latest Skirt Creations A big line to sc'ect from in plain, itripcb and fancy tans, bought espe nr c tally for this sale; today ipx.J/O I Albert Mendel & Company 11 AGENTS REDFERN CORSETS. AGENTS WARNER CORSETS -j i Again yesterday details concerning 1 lio warfare in Kuropc were n i< ing because of the continued strict ctnsorsliip An official coininiinie.ilio 1 Issued in Brussels, however, acknowledged Dial fight in a was proe'oditig b< tween the allied armies and the Germans on the entire battle front irom the Swiss border north to I dost, Belgium, a distance of approxit. ■!> .Vi miles. The cominunieation admitluil that the Herman had yam d givr'mi on both the north anti south banka of the Mpuse riier. An official French eonimunlc.ili l. said the French had peiielraled :o Morhange in Alsace-Lorraine, a short distance southeast of Mel/.. T • si: nation in upper Alsace wa reported to be liltie changed. Large Hernt.in forces were said by the vonimunicai ion to be crossing the Mi is ■ river (ween Liege and Namur. A Reuter dispatch from BrusS"!' reported Herman troops a short di lance east and northeast of Anlwrp. The Japanese ambassador in Berlin is preparing to depart according ti a Copenhagen dispatch. A Russian force was reported to have been defeated near Ktalliip.di :: in Prussia recently by the German-, who captured a thousand primer and six tnaidiilfe uns. An engagement was said to In'.- been proceeding in northern Luxem burg and an important Franco-German iiattle was expect d to ensile. Tito death of Pope Pins X is attributed partially to the war. IBs holiness has been greatly depressed over the conf.ict. __ HOKE SMITH WINS IN SENATORIAL FIGHT PRESENT UNITED STATES SENA TOR WINS OVER FORMER GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA. Atlanta, (la., Aug. in. Complete and incomplete returns from a ma .lurity ol Georgia counties at a la: ■ hour tonight indicated that I'nrt'l Slates Senator Hoke Smith has he o nominated for re-election to the sen ale over lormel* Governor Joseph M. brown hy an overwhelming majority in the state-wide democratic primary today. Nomination is equivalent ui election. Smitlt carried every county from which complete returns hid been received up to 11 p. ni.. and it was claimed tonight that lie would command the electoral vote of more Ilian too of the I is counties in the slate. For the nomination for the unex pired term of the late Senator A O. bacon figures late tonight show -I Congressman 'I'. \V. Hardwick in the had hy a narrow margin, with Gov ernor John S ayton. second Neither John H. Cooper nor G. it llutrhcus, III,, other candidates, hud tarried a county at 11 o’clock. This contest probably will lie taken to tit .-tale conveutioii, as It would be necessary for the leader to poll more votes than (lie combined vote of his opponents to he nominated. !!n tin: gubernatorial race Or I., C. I lard man, Judge N. K. Harris and J. Randolph Anderson were making a dose fight. Harris led Hardman lute tonight by on.y ltt convention votes, making it apparently certain that this contest also will go to tie! convention. -o AUSTRIAN TROOPS REVOLT. Shoot Their Officers and Applaud Russia and the Czar. London, Aug. l'. | jn a. in. T'ic ltally Mail* St. I’clershitr corres pondent says a dispatch r<ci-i»cd n St. Petersburg hy tie Novoe Vreinya ttom Kiev says Czech residents of that city have received letters from (datives in Itolu lliia alleging that tile Czech and Polish troops shot down their officers, shouting: "Down with Kmperor William." "Down with Austria," and "Long livij Russia." Prague, the letters said, for a whole day was in the hand of the mutineers. The next day, however, the Austrians re-entered lit, city and indulged in reprisaV. "Women and children,” tin dispute Continued, "were shot down and every Czech caught in tli • street was killed’ These cruelties called forth an upris ing two days iater which was followed by fresh reprisals." -o FANS, ail sizes, right prli at SchmelztTa, 611 Central avenue Plioma 221. 4-29 -tl STENOGRAPHERS LUNCH IN GRAVEYARD The graveyard or historic Trinity church In New York has been throw n "pen to the working girls of the financial district, and scores of young women stay b,' seen dally eating their lunches while resting their backs ugainst gravestones. MIGHTY MONARCHS ALLIED IN WAR j| I The king of England (right) and the czar of Russia, photographed to j gether ut ono of their recent meetings. ITALY TO GET IN. Austria Mobilizing Rapidly on thu Italian Frontier. Itmiir. Aug. lit, via Paris, Aug. 2b. 1:-TO a. in. A message from Trent slates that Austria, which hitherto las mobilized its troops with pru dence. now is openly mobilizin'.: at tlie Italian frontier All tradesmen me obliged to declare their •lock taken b> the military authentic . \ thousand workmen are constructing , iilreiu hiiieni , Kami.i> ot Austri ia olfieers at Itiva have b cn adiised to leave within 2! liours. Stale money and archives have been transported to the interior. The num ber ot arrests is b< jpg nugmented daily Mice trie power (or lighting is not provided at length ns the lights ] might indicate the towns to aeroplane ' scouts. ;lfi -O-— CLASSIFIED ADS In the Hentlnel-Ileeord today will not | inlsa any or the really good thing* it.ml are on the market, and you like I as not, will rind Just what you want -a DIPLOMATS LEAVE RUSSIA London, Aim. 20. pin. IMS luitclu I com line-els tumuli;u c that the ItriLish. Kri ucli and Russian nr is* • er with their stall's, have left for A ntwerp. 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