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PLANES HIT GERMANY
K aiser's Great War P lant ia Reported
Badly Wrecked by Airmen
Men Killed - W ork Stupa.
KEY TO LEMBERG
FALLS TO RUSSIA
Am sterdam Lea Nouvelles, of Mae-
strich, reports th at Dutch workmen /■»
who were laid otT at the Krupp works Capital
on account o f the destruction of build
ings in the recent French air raid, as
sert that a q uarter of the Essen plant
was destroyed. The m aterial dam age
is place«! at millions of francs, and it
is said th at 100 employes were killed
and hundreds of others, including 45
French prisoners, wounded.
DRAFT GUARD AUG. 5
E ntire M ilitia to lie Made Available
for Foreign Duty by Proclam a
tion of President Wilson.
W ashington, D. C. — The last step
necessary to make the en tire National
OT Galicia Doomed Dy Guard- available for duty in France
; w h s taken by President Wilson Tues-
! day with the issue of a proclamation ;
1 d raftin g the sta te troo|i* into the
Army of the U nited S tates August 5. j
To make certain th at the pur|x>se of
the national defense act ia carried out.
the proclam ation also s|M<cfically de-
i d a re s the men d rafted to be dis- ,
I charged from the old m ilitia statua on
One and possibly two French a ir
1 th at date.
Events of Noted People, Governm ents planes dropped bombs on Essen last General KornilofT Breaks 20-Mile Front
In th at way the constitutional re- ; Chinese Itrpubliran Forres Now Hold
strain t upon use of m ilitia outside the
and Pacific Northwest and Other
S trategic Positions in O u tsk irts
Between Halicz and C arpathians
, the raid said only two bomb holes were
country is avoided and the way paved
Things W orth Knowing.
of C a p ita l— New Cabinet.
and Take 14.000 in Week.
for sending the regim ents to the Eun>-
NAVY YARD HAS EXPLOSION
Prior to the application of the d raft,
regim enta in the N orthern and Eastern
The entente allies have decided to
W ashington, I). C.
London — Halicz, the strateg ic key section of the country are called into
hold a conference in Paris for the con Six Persons Killed When Magazine to Lem berg, capital of Galicia, has
patches to the Chinese legation here
Blows Up at M are Island.
sideration of questions of m ilitary and
been captured by the Russians, says a Guardsmen in two increm ents to be Sunday night said the republic had
political interests in connection with
Vallejo, Cal. — A searching investi dispatch Wednesday from R eu ter’s mobilized on July 15 and 25.
been firmly re-established at Nanking
Many units already are Federalized
gation was inaugurated Tuesday night P etrograd correspondent.
with Feng Kwo ( hang, the form er
The American steam er Massapequa to determ ine the cause of an explosion
Halicz, 63 miles southeast of Lem and presumably they will l>e mobilised
was sunk on Saturday by a German of a black powder m agazine a t the berg, on the D neister river, is an im with the other troops from th eir vice president, as president of the new
subm arine. The crew was landed at Mare Island navy yard in San F ran portant railroad junction and the most statea.
The guard from the other provisional government.
the small island of Zin, 28 miles south cisco Bay early Monday, which claimed im portant key to th e Galician capital. statea will be mobilized on the day of
Republican troo|w were re|x>rted
w est of Brest, France.
a to tal of six lives and resulted in ser
It is 18 miles north of Stanislau and the draft. The arrangem ent was nec converging toward Pekin to drive out
C. H. Pinkham, of New York City, ious injuries to four persons and m inor about eig h t miles north of Jezupol, essary to provide for movement of the the Manchu forces rem aining in | ms »-
captured by the Russians under Gen regim ents to th eir concentration campa session there in the name of the Im-
and Mrs. Jam es Fullerton, of Eugene, injuries to 27 others.
w ithout congestion.
eral)- Korniloff on Sunday.
Oregon, brother and sister, m et in the
The operation of the d ra ft law was
The fall of Halicz was presaged by
Tuan Chi Jui, whose appointm ent as
la tte r city Wednesday for the first H arry George, commandant of the
tim e in 4$ years.
Mr. Pinkham and navy yard, 200 yards across the chan the success of the Russians in break- delayed until August 5 so th at all regi- Prem ier was one of the last official
his wife are m aking a tour of the Pa nel, and federal agents co-operated in ing through the Austr«>-German line m ents can be taken into the army acts of President I.i Yuan llu n g be
the probe. A rrests w ere expected, as between th a t town and Stanislau, and sim ultaneously. Fourteen camp sites fore hia retirem en t in favor of the
it was believed, although not officially- in driving the Austro-Germ ans to the for the 16 tactical divisions into which vice president, has been confirmed by
Bodies of six men have been taken confirmed, th a t the blast was the re Lomnic<\ river, which enters the Dneis the guard will be organized have been Feng Kuo Chang w ith instructions to
from two lodging houses which were sult of an organized conspiracy.
selected already, and the m ilitary bu form a new Republican cabinet, ac
te r a short distance above Halicz.
partially destroyed by fire on the San
The dead, the names of whom were
Halicz was the center of much heavy reau is preparing the railw ay routing cording to the dispatches.
Francisco w ater front betw een W ash officially announced, include Allen F. fighting last August and Septem ber, of the troopa to the camps.
Prem ier Tuan assumed office July 5
ington and Merchant streets.
The MacKinzie, chief gunner; his w ife and and the Russians had captured Buko-
and is now at tem porary headquarters
men were all suffocate«!, according to two daughters, Dorothy, aged 12, and wina and were attem pting to reach
Tien Tain, but ex|»ecta to be able to
RECORD CROP IS FORECAST at move
the police and coroner.
Mildred, 8; George Stanton, a gar Lemberg.
to Pekin ir. a short lime.
Stanislau was captured by the Rus
Governors of all the m ilitary pro
A dispatch from Copenhagen says dener, employed by MacKinzie, and N.
food troubles gave rise to a demon C. Dam steadt, civilian employe in the sians in August, but they failed to Increase of Billion Bushel* Over la « t vinces, the dispatches said, not only
take Halicz a fte r engaging in furious
Year Shown in Report.
refused to join General Chang 11 Mini
stra tiv e strik e in large factories at ordnance departm ent.
The list of wounded, none of whose battles at Mariampol and Monasterzys-
in hia efforts to re-establish the mon
Cologne on Saturday. Both Socialist
Washington, 1). C .—A billion bush
and Catholic unions took part in the injuries it was believed would prove ka and forcing the Austro-Germans to els increase over last y e a r’# production archy, but requested Prem ier Tuan to
take supreme command of the punitive
movement. An official report says the
in the principal food crops is the re
unions decided to resume work the fol cers, enlisted men of the U nited S tates D neister. In Septem ber Halicz was sponse American farm ers have made expedition against the m oranchist
navy and civilian laborers.
bombarded by the Russian artillery ,
Commandant George refused to issue but attem p ts to storm the town were to President W ilson’s mid-April a p
Tuan mobilized the Republican
The navy departm ent announces th at a statem en t as to the probable cause unsuccessful.
troo|M and two arm ies already have
th e Ediz Hook subm arine base site of the explosion, which wrecked nearly
The fall of Halicz probably will fa te of the w ar and the fate of n a been dispatched againat Chang Hsun
near Port Angeles, W ash., has been a dozen packing and shell houses in the mean th a t the Austro-Germans must tio n s.”
under command of General Tuan Chi
The ex ten t of the fa rm ers’ res|M>nse
tran sferre d by Presidential proclam a vicinity of the m agazine and broke re tire from th e present line along the
Kwei and General Tsao Kuen, m ilitary
tion to the navy departm ent. This thousands of dollars’ w orth of glass in Zlota-Lipa from northeast of Halicz
o f Chi Li.
was one of the subm arine bases rec Vallejo stores and residences, pending through Brzezany
and Zlochoff to tion of 6,093,000,000 bushels of princi
General Tuan Chi Kwei, in command
ommended by the Helm board. There the result of the official investigation. Brody, in order to protect Lemberg.
of the eastern expedition, a fte r ro u t
partm ent of a g ric u ltu re’s July crop re
has been no action yet on the Columbia
ing the monarchical forces
P etro g rad —General Korniloff’s oper
riv e r site.
Chang Hsun at Lang Fang, ia reported
THREATEN STRIKE IN FIELDS ations
in Galicia along a front of 20 will be the largest in history except as advancing victoriously toward the
A bomb explosion which Wednesday
miles have broken the Austro-German one and th at four and possibly five oth capital.
night destroyed the front of the resi I. W. W. O rganizer Says 50,000 Men front between Halicz and the C ar er crops will make new high records.
The corn crop which, w ith favorable
dence of L'uncio Tarantino, a wealthy
pathians and already the Russian cav
Will Q uit Unless M iners Win.
w eather from now on, may equal the ALL TO BE READY FOR DRAFT
sharehloder in the W estern California
Chicago—T hreat of a general strik e
bumper yield of 1912, shows an in
Fish company, was attrib u ted by the
50,000 agricultural w orkers in the j of 16 miles.
crease of 541,000,000 bushels over last Claima for Exem ption Must be Filed
San Francisco police to black hand
activities. T arantino had received ten wheat fields of the N orthw est was sult of the western forw ard movement, year, with a total of 3,124,000,000
W ithin Seven Days A fter Call.
th reaten in g letters dem anding th at he made here by Frank H. L ittle, mem Halicz has been hemmed in from the bushelB. The acreage is 14 |»er cent
W ashington, I). C. Another step in
larger than last year.
pay $10,000 to his blackm ailers, but
the Industrial W orkers of the World. south and southwest, and the Russians
The combined w in ter and spring building up the selective conscription
he repeatedly ignored the demands.
He declared the walkout of the harves
wheat crop will be 38,000,000 bushels army was taken Monday with the d is
Chapin & Gore, of Chicago, one of ters was certain if the demands of head.
more than last year, w ith a total of tribution of a circular of Provost Mar
the largest w hisky-m aking firms in the strik in g m iners in Arizona and Mon
shal General Crowder, notifying the
L ittle had Korniloff took 14,000 prisoners and 55
U nited S tates, is going out of busi tana were not granted.
Barley, with prospects for the third registered men to hold them selves in
ness, it is announced.
Charles H. charge of organizing the m iners who
largest crop ever grown, will exceed readiness for appearance before the
Herm ann, president of the firm and di recently quit work in those states.
last y e a r’H production by 33,000,000 boards which will conduct exam ina-
“ We have no in tere st in the w a r,” BARONS BOLDLY FIX PRICE hushels, with an output of 214,000,000 tions anil consider exemptions,
recting head of the N ational D istillers
and Wholesale Liquor D ealers’ associ L ittle said. ‘‘Our in terest solely is
i How or when the governm ent will
As I told Coal Producers Tell Senate They Are
ation, made the announcement, which w ith the working class.
Oats will exceed last y e a r’s crop by Helc,.t tht! men to be exam ined ¡H not
comes as the first direct result in Chi Governor Campbell, of Arizona, we
000 bushels, the total produc- detailed in the circular, but it is rc-
Out for “ All Traffic Will B ear.”
cago of the recent National a n ti will use the w ar ju st like the business
tion being forecaste«l a t 1,543,000,000 vealed th at reg istratio n cards in each
men are doing, to make a profit for
W ashington, I). C.— In light of evi bushels.
county or city jurisdiction are to be
dence brought out by the senate com
T hat is slightly under the record. numbered with red ink and th a t “ as
Jam es W. Gerard, form er ambassa- ‘ ‘‘Our organization of agricultural m ittee on in terstate commerce, show
Im provem ent between now and h ar
dor to Germany, has resigned from the workers has been under way for three ing beyond question th a t th e coal bar vest, however, may result in a record soon as the draw ing is complete, lists
showing th e order in which these red-
diplom atic service and returned to pri years and we have a m em bership of ons have been “ holding u p ” the A m er
ink numbers are drawn will be pub
vate life. H is resignation was ac nearly 50,000 m igratory w orkers who ican public and ex to rtin g wholly un
lished in the press and will be |>osted
cepted some tim e ago, although the will be asked to harvest the grain this justifiable prices for coal, the adm inis
fa ct was not allowed to become known summer. We are confident the farm tratio n m ust force down the price or GERMAN UPHEAVAL IS SEEN a t the office of each local board.” It
already has been announce«! th a t the
until this week. The resignation te r ers cannot find strik e breakers to re- adm it its inability to cope w ith the
I selection will tak e place in W ashing
m inates an ambassdorial career re olace th e m .”
Clericals Swing Against Governm ent —
ton, and the general presum ption has
g a rd e d by the S tate departm ent as one
K aiser Calls in N eutrals.
W hat in strum entality the adm inis
been th a t some device sim ilar to a
o f the most im portant in American
tration will use in attem p tin g to fix a
WILL NOT FIX WHEAT PRICE reaosnable
jury wheel will be employed.
diplom atic history.
price for coal will soon be
Exem ptions are to be determine«l by
Tuesday to the F rem denblatt, of Ham
Emma Goldman and
Alexander Hoover Denies Report but Says Specu determ ined, but it will not be the Fed-1 burg, says the en tire Clerical party in the local boards, the circular ahows,
eral Trade commission, if congress is
Berkm an, anarchists, convicted in New
; the R eichstag, w ith th e exception of only for the previously announced s|*o-
lative B uying Will be Stopped.
asked to name the reg u latin g body.
cified causes, such as responsibility for
York Monday of conspiracy to o b s tru c t;
In 1916 the cost of producing bitu ' three members, voted, Saturday night the support of relatives, and not for
W ashington, D. C. —R eports th a t
the operation of the selective d ra ft
law, started for prison in the custody the food adm inistration will fix an a r minous coal in the E astern fields was E rzberger, who made a sensational agricultural or industrial
of federal m arshals a few hours after b itrary price of less than $2 a bushel $1.50 per ton at the mouth of the I speech in the secret session of the | Seven days a fte r designations Hre
the verdict had been returned. Berk- 1 to the grow er for the 1917 American mine. This coal in Ju n e was selling main com m ittee, attac k in g the adm ir posted will be allowed for filing claims,
man will be taken to the federal peni- wheat crop drew from H erbert Hoover at $5.50 and $6 per ton. The cost of alty and Pan-Germ ans as the g re at ob- j Then th ere will be an additional al-
production advanced during the past stacles to peace and advocating peace lowance of 10 days for filing proofs,
te n ita ry at A tlanta, Ga., and Miss this denial :
Y et the w ithout annexations or indem nities and H,1<^ the lK,ar,l m ust decide within three
‘‘I t is not the intention of the food year 25 to 50 cents a ton.
Goldman to the state penietentiary at
Jefferson City, Mo.
Each was sen- j adm inistration to fix the price for coal barons have been charging $3.50 the introduction of a parliam entary ‘lays a fte r the proof ia filed.
tenced by Federal Judge Mayer to the wheat, nor is it expected th a t it will and $4 a ton for th eir product, a t the , ,
When the case of any re g istra n t has
m axim um penalty of two y ea rs’ im - 1 ^ f ve any such powers.
If the foes! mine, above what they 1 adm it to be the
This action was taken, the dispatch been disposed of so fa r as the local
pnsonm ent and to pay a fine o f 1 bill passes congress, however, we cer cost.
board is concerne«!, the names of those
From the same coal producers came says, under the presum ption th a t Chan not exem pted or dischargtsl will be
tainly will not stand for speculative
$ 10 , 000 .
cellor von Bethm ann-Hollweg would
the frank admission th a t they had put
posted. (Maims for exem ption for ag
A rrangem ents have been completed
Mr. Hoover and his associates are up the price because they had d eter retire.
ricultural or industrial work must bo
to deport all Germans from Liberia, it said to feel th a t the export price mined to g et “ all the tarffic would
The Clerical party is the largest in made w ithin five days a fte r such post
is learned in London. They will leave should be m aintained a t a figure th at b ea r,” and had determ ined also to the reichstag. H ith erto it has worked ing and m ust go direct to the higher
in a few days, with France as th eir will be an inducem ent to farm ers to make up during the w ar for “ lean w ith the Conservatives in giving the board sittin g for the judicial d istrict.
years” during the past decade.
governm ent a m ajority.
Appleals from the rulings of local
boards m ust be made to the higher
Mrs. H attie Nixon, 26, of Waco,
Cable Address for U. S. Navy.
“ F irst Lady” is W orker.
A viator Falls In to Bay.
board w ithin ten days.
T ex ., a student in the Marlin Airplane
D. C.— Four dozen suits
The circular does not cover the sum
school, was killed Wednesday while
28 m aking a practice flight over the iels announced Tuesday th a t for pri mons, of the North Island Signal Corps of pajam as and an equal num ber of moning of the men for actual service,
city . H er airplane struck some tele vate cablegram s to officers and men on aviation school, fell 50 feet in a big sheets and pillow cases, made by Mrs. pointing out th a t selection and accept
the Am erican warships in the war M artin seaplane into the w aters of San Woodrow Wilson and Miss Bones and ance do not mean an im m ediate sum
phone wires and fell.
zone the cable address will be simply Diego bay Wednesday when his m a donated to the Red Cross, have been di mons. Even the tim e of the draw ing
Seventy Am erican mechanics and “ USNAVFORCE LONDON” with the chine went into a sudden side slip. vided among the Red Cross organiza ¡ b not specified, but issuance of the c ir
bluejackets, commanded by Lieuten name of the person addressed.
The The aviator quickly unstrapped him tions of England, France, Italy and cular is taken to mean th a t the work
a n ts Kenneth, W hiting and Griffin, name of the ship or station is not to be self from his seat and climbed out on Canada. Mrs. Thos. R. Marshall has of selection may be in progreaa w ithin
have arrived in Toulon to s ta rt an avi included and the rank of the addressee the wings of the machine, from which organized weekly Red Cross sewing a few days.
Septem ber 1 has been
ation sch«x>l in connection w ith the should be used only when there is a he waa rescued by sailors from a U n it m eetings of senators’ wives and Mrs. ten tativ ely considered as the date for
F rench naval a ir center at St. Ra- probability of confusion with someone ed States w ar craft, anchored a few Franklin K. Lane has organized wo assem bling the first half million men
of identical name.
men of the Interior departm ent.
in cantonm ents for training.
feet away. Emmons was not hurt.
Brief Resume Most Important
Daily News Items.
Advance of Russians.
Ex-Vice-President is Proclaimed
GERMANS ARE ROUTED