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I-'AIK TODAY AMI
Dully Klvnth Tr.
The Gigantic Merchant Submarine
Dctitschlanri Safely Docks at Bal
timore, Having Run British Block
ade Captain Declares England's
Rule of Sea Smashed Whole Fleet
to Be Put In Operation in Trans
llALTJMOIli:, July 10. Upon de
livering IiIh ship's papers to Hip of
fcni4 of Hip. North flprmtin Lloyd lint'
todny, Captain Paul Konlg of the sub
ipurlno merchantman Doutschland, Is
mied a formal statement declaring IiIh
voyngo across tho Atlantic had brok
4in Kngland's rule of tho sons.
At tho some tlino tho captain dis
posed finally of the report that ho
carried a message from Kmporor
William to President Wilson, saying
Ihero was no foundation for the story.
The statement, typewritten on tho
Htatlonory ot the Doutschland Osonn
Khedorol 0. M. 11. H.. llerlln, an
nounced that the Doutschland waH tho
first of several submarine liullt for
traiiH-Atlnntlc trade and that sho
would he followed by the "Hremen."
Following Ih the Htatonient:
"The Hubiniirlne Doutschland.
which I have tho honor to command,
Ih the first of sovoral submarines
liullt to order (pr the Doutsch Osoan
llhoderol 0. M. II. 11., Mromen. She
will bo followed by the Ilromoii
. "Tho-Idoa , ftf tho building of this
mibniarlne emanated from Mr. Alfred
l.ohmann, thpn president of tho Hro
nion chambor ot cominorco. llo
brought out his Idea In tho fall of
last year confidentially before a small
circle of friend, and tho Idea wm
mken tin immediately. A company
was formed under tho nam of
Deutsche 0onn-Ithedorol, O. M. H.
II., and tho Germnnln work, Kiel,
wan ontrustod with tho building of
"Tho board of director I com
posed of Mr. Alfrod l.ohmann, prov
ident of the board. Mr. Phillip Heln
ken, general managor of the Nord
l.loyd Conimenslenrnt: H. M. Herri
man, manager of the Deutsche Hank.
Mr. Karl Stahelfeldt, manager of the
Nord Lloyd, has taken over the man.
ngomont of the company.
Hugo of liyotuff
"WO havo brought a most valuablo
rargo of dyoatuff to our American
frienilH, dyostuff which have been
so much needod fix month In Amer
ica and which the ruler of tho seas
has not allowed tho groat American
ropubllo to Import. While Kngland
will not allow anybody the same right
on tho ocean, became she rule tho
wave, we havo by mean of tho sub
marine commeiioed to break till rule.
"Groat llrltaln cannot, however,
kinder boat ueh a our to go and
come a we please. Our trip palng
Dover, aeross the ocean w an un
eventful one. When danger approarh
od we went beneath tho aurfaco and
here we aro aafely In an American
port, ready to ratum la due course.
"I am not In a' position to give you
detail regarding our trip across the
ocoan. In view of our onemle. Our
boat has a displacement ot about 2000
ton, and h peed of more than 14
knot. Settdleaa to ay that we are
quite unarmed and only a peaceful
Affairs In Gornuiiiy
"Regarding thing In Germany
(Continued on pace threo)
WASHINGTON, Jul I0.-Off.cil
diMitche received today in latin
ABwrifan quarter mv a ecret
agrwoieat hat beeu wade between
Peru and Veaeauela, with the object
of taking vjt tract of lud. right
ful poaatiaHMi of vhwh tkey di-put
with Polombia and Ecuador. Grove
fcur fur Ihe peucw of the nation
liiMilu-il wen- tprc-d.
NKW Y01MC, July 10. The
" roster of the ciunpnipi commit-
let of Hip republican national
committee wn nnnnuneod todny. ;
TIip campaign eouunilteo is
eompoed (if llu republican ox
" eeutivo committee unit six pro-
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., July 10.
ThO withdrawal under hlinrp fin
from fnrmnxn soldier of n party of
American hluojneket Hint attempted
to clear the river at Tnmpico of
mfnew several days ago, was publish
ed .Inly 7 in Kl Dmrio of Monterey,
u e.oy of whieh arrived here todny.
The "iiblMieil account of the incident
included what purport to be a cony
of the official report made by Gen
eral K. P. Nofurnto to General Trc
vino nt Chihuuhiin.
Tlie report credited to Xofnnite
"Todav two Inuneho. of the Amer
ican warship lying ut the entniiice
to the port attempted to remove
mines that have been placed nt the
bar. Since lliev did not obey tho
iguul made to them to suspend their
effort', I ordered that n volley lie
fired at them. The 'crows of the
luunohe returned the fire, tho ex
change of ahot continuing for fif
teen minute. The luunohe llien re
tired. "From the movement of the Amer
ican ship it npM'nr they may lie
pliinniiur to disembark force.
"I -hull (ontinue to mine the river.
I hnll appreciate 1hc dinpatch of
Two tailor, from the Salem were
killed by Cnrrtuiau soldier while en
tering the harlior with iliHHitidie on
dune 27, accordien: to h letter from
Tnmpico received here todav. The
Mexican are mud to have fired on
the American launch n it Hined the
jettie nt the mouth of the river. Tho
American naval commander i re
ported to have demanded mi explan
ation from General Nafarate by noon
of that day.
The explanation, according to the
writer of the letter, wo- made. It
nature u- not told.
WASHINGTON, duly 10.- A ec
i.ittl warning that Villa bandit are
headed for the Hig Ileud ditrict of
Texa was given to the tte depart
ment today by Kliseo Arredondo, the
Mexican amhu.ador-dc'.ignutP. lie
told Acting Seci-etarv l'olk hi gov
ernment hud given him definite infor
mation that the bandit were moving
northward toward Hou(Hill. Tex.,
aiid nroiuUed eo-oM?ration of Car
.Mr. ArrtNloiido said he had no in-
fntmation regiiiding the number of
bandit or their dutance from the
American Hue. The firt wurniin' of
their approach wa given lut week.
The information was ent to the war
dt'Mirl incut and forwanled to Major
(ieiiernl I-'mi t on.
CALL MONEY RISES
TO SIX PER. CENT
NEW YORK, July 10. Call money
tor fr night account rM to 6 per
Mat on the stock exchange today.
Thl .ed all prerieu record
since December, 1IL by oae-half
per cent. The advaae wm attrlbutwl
mainly to laat week'a local bank
staunMot. which showed a large ah
los and shrinkage In exc reserve
to $:..;, Mc.aoo.
VESSEL IS MASS
Description of Vessel Given by
Health Officer Noise of Vessel
Traveling on Surface Deafening
Silent When Submerged Souven
irs Presented by Captain.
IlAI.TIMOltK, July 10. Ah de
Rcrlhed by Dr. John C. Travern, a
BlHtant health officer, who wiih taken
throtiRh the boat by Captain Konlg,
the DcutHchland'H Interior nppoara to
bo mainly a maim of machinery. She
Iibh but one deck below and a 17
foot depth of hold for her cargo, Dr
Trnvern deiicended through tho for
ward hatch where ho found the
crow's nunrters, bunk on either Hide
of a narrow pawageway leading to
compartment occupied by the captain
and IiIh two officer. Tho captain'
room Ih nearcoly six feet aaro and
baroly high enough for a man to
It Ih furntHhed all In metal with
tho oxceptton of a flinalt oak desk.
Dlrcotly beneath tho oftlcorH' quar
ters Ih tho dynamo which store elec
trical energy to drive the vefwo! when
Amazing Miim if .Machinery
Next Or. Travcrs wa taken Into
the offlcerB inoH room, scarcely
larger than the state rooms with a
gallery built with all the economy of
Hpace of n Pullman dining car kitch
en. Aft of the officer' room, one
third the ship' length from tho stem,
are the submerging machinery and
"I never ow such a mass of ma
chinery In my life," Bald Dr. Travora.
"It wiih ail amazing sight, and I doubt
that It would mean much excopt to
tho ongincer who designed It. There
Hcomod to bo fiOOO different pieces,
an Inoxpllcabl tangTo of burnished
copper and gllitcnlng steel."
Aft of tfie submerging machinery
wiie the Miibmarlno'a two poworful
IlleaeJ oil englno which propel her
on the surface.
lloth In the crew' and offlcor'
quartor were phonograph and
stock of well used dlc.
Sound U Di'iifcnliiK
Captain Konlg told th0 doctor that
while on the surface the nolo of the
machinery wa almost deafening.
While submorged, said the skipper,
sho move almost silently, and then
wo enjoy ourolve."
Dr. Traver was permitted to look
through ono of the porlscopo and
doolarod that he could sco the sur
rounding aeenory greatly magnified
with amazing clearne.
"Tho devlee waa adjualable," ho
said, "for both long and short dis
tance observation. It did not seem
to me as I looked Into it that I wn
In a submarine at all. I felt a If
I were In an aeroplane on a wonder
fully cloar day."
Dr. Travcr emerged through the
conning tower holding In his hand
two loave of German war bread pro
sontod by the captain a a souvenir.
Canned mat and fruit wero tho
crow' staple food and with tho excep
tion of their los of weight, due to the
oily atmosphoro, In the opinion of the
health offlcor, the crew to a man
was phylcally fit.
"I never saw hotter set up mon
than thoso." ald the doctor.
lloth health officer congratulated
the submarine commander on his feat
and romarked that It had boon many
.... t.i.. ...f..u .Via Mar.
monms since u iui' nt -
man merchant flag had arrived In
NF.W YOHK. Julv H The imlill
el order- of the loitcd Sl.iti- Steel
cot-Mrutin on June :MI tood ut
11,0-10,4.8 ton, a decreu-e r 207,
310 to, compared with tboao oh
May 31, according to the Monthly
statement iaucd today.
Thii is tha first decrease in un
filled order shown by the tel cor
ltoration since Augnt, 101-V Dur
ing the ten month following that
period ' the corporation' unfilled
toniifi;e teadilv advanced to tlu
l.-rulil llliri-- nt' t.l-t fll.
ORfidON. MONDAY, .JULY 10, IQlfi
10 REMAIN I
LONDON, Julv 10. Premier
Awquitll in explaining the liih
agreement ii the houe of com-
mom thin uTIcrnoou aid tlmt it
was proposed that the hill
choiild remain in force during
Hie war and twelve month
4 thereafter, und if parliament
hud not made further provision
by tlmt time for a government
of Ireland, Hie period could be
PA It IS, .lime 10. A new altaok
wiih Inunehod in the ('hnmpiiguu liy
the French lti.t niglit. The war of
fice todif imiiouncod the caotitro of
trenehe over a front of flOII meter.
Oif the SoAinfl' f'ront the French
took n line of' German position in
the neighborhood of Harlcuux. hi
thi neetor 0n0 German were cap
tured yetterday aiid lnt night.
The GermiuiH made attack nt five
point iniultnneoulv in the Voago,
hut nil their iHtault were checked
coiniiletely liy tile fire of French ma
The French attack in the Cham
lyigne was mnde at a point wel of
Menil. The French tioop ulmived
ihreo time-. -
On the Soinme front north of the
river the night pawed quietly.
In the Verdun ector nrlillcrv fire
di reeled 'at ('hattnucourl, Fleurv and
l,u I ,n life.
POWTI.AND, Or., Julv 10. Suit
wa liled in the United State di
tricl court here todnv by ('hriloffer
Ihinuevig of ('hritiuiiii4, Norway, to
obtain .i:in0.00ll in damage from
Tlieodoie It. Wilcox, Portland mil
llemieviK chiim that Wilcox failed
to live up to an agreement to noil him
the Menmer Aincth ltolpli, now Hear
ing completion nt the I'liiou iron
work, Snu Fraiieixoo. According to
the complaint, Wileox bought the
vee from Hind, Itolph & l'o. for
1(100,000. On Decemher 21. 101 ",
Wileox ngreed to soil to Unimex ig for
1,050,000, it i utated, and the
money wm dctitel in a New Ymk
bank. The eoiii4aint tnte that
WiWox then vi.duted hi agreement
and "ld the Hieumer Imek to Hind.
Ihdpb & Co. for $1,3.10,000. On hi
$000,000 iuvetemnt, Wilcox made a
profit of r.V),Oi0.
VILLA IN JIMINEZ
AFTER ITS FALL
F.L PASO, July 10. -Fruncico
Yillu niiiwaNtd ill Jiluiue.. Miter it
capture by huudil, aecordiiig to l.u
Democruta, a CurrHnzuta organ pub-
lihed iii, Chihuuhua City, u copy ut
which had been brought to I.I I'u.o
Thi wMr tate thai after mini
hiluting the de lin'tu fmve under Gcu
eral Itumo at l'nlito, the Vilh-
tu eutcrtHl Jiiftnex, ucksl Ihe pluce
thoroughly, put to death the Car
runsa officiul and gave the captur
ed t'ttiraiua soldier their choice of
joining their party or of huving their
right ear orod. Gnligto Con
trera wa then in command, the pa
)r tmy, but laier Villa entered tho
town iu a carriage. He i pictured
a having walked on cruthe nud a
bavbg eind badly criHtled in the
In thi account thtt Villist forco
Wlis I'-lilimli-il nt .'000 Ihcn.
SUES FOR S300.000
IN GREAT DRIVE
British Troops Make New Advance
In Offensive North of Sommc
French Capture Blaches Germans
Forced to Barleaux, Where Situa
tion Appears Precarious.
LONDON, July 10. llrltlnli troop
havo made a new ndvnuro northwest
of Coiitallmutson, In the field of their
otfennlvo north of thp Roiiiiiib, It wa
officially announced this afternoon.
Three additional gun and several
hundred prisoners wore caiUurml.
The Ilrltlsh gain was scored by tho
capture of a small wooded district.
New French Drive
PAIIIS, July 10. The new French
drive south of tho Soiiuno river yes
terday had been prepared by artil
lery bombardniont for more thnn two
days and tho complicated ysteniH of
Gorman defense In tho loop to tho
norjhward made by tho rlvor, had
Tho task of artillery preparation
had been carried through rapidly and
the I n fun try attack probably would
havo been made noonor had It not
been for tho bad weathor.
Yesterday morning tho rain at last
stopped and tho signal for the a
sault was given. Tho French troop
bogan to move along a two und n
half mile front. Tho loft wing rost
ed upon tho bridge over the (famine
ono mile enst of Sorniont Farm, while
tlie right lay allttln north of llelloy.
CrosM's (.Yriiwin Trenehe
The left wing ond the router cross
ed tho German troncho with a single
ItpumLund progressed rapidly In tho
direction of illacho. Thl vlllugo
wa attacked from two aide, tho
north and oat at once. Thd Cor
niniiH defending It resisted onergetl
oally, but finding Ihemsolvo In dan
gor of being surrounded, retreated up
the left bank of the river by the Per
rono road. At 2 o'clock the vlllugo
wa entirely In the hand of tho
Moanwhlle the right wing threw
the German Into illaonler and arriv
ed at the oiitsklrl of Ilarleaux, where
tho German situation now appear to
bo procarlom. '
French military expert character
ize the capture of hlaohoa a a bril
liant and Important operation. Wheth
er the German are still holding on
to the network of canal or havo re-
troatod to the other bank of the
Rouimo. the French position on tho
laat plateau before tho Sfaniine and
tho Important point of support afford
ed by tho capture of lllachoa, gbo
them direct command of the valley
Immediately above Peronne.
SAN FIIANl ISI (I, July 10. In all
three Pucific oiit tnte lriet pre
caututuury measure Hgaiimt the
spread or introduction of infantile
purulyi were Iwiug taken today by
the health authoritie. No cae of
the dieue huve developed ill addi
tion to the two iu L Angclc and
one iu Son Fruncinco, already re
ported. Prearatin huve been
made for the examination of micii
iter on all incomiiig train und bout
iu Oregou. California and Wahiug
ton by inMctor of the several
hoard of health. Sanitary uiea-
u re were also being taken in the
variou liirt-er cities, with special at
tention t the cxtcniiimition of flie
und the muii-I. d-po-id nt icf ui'.
SAN I'UANl IHCO, July 10.
I'aiou teain(er quit their truck
bar today in a vwputbctie strike
with about IMM) buy and river steam
boat hand who struck June 1 for
Ten thouMund cue of fruit aud
vegetable eoaaigt&d to oauuaria
were piled on the docks, with no im-
Ini'di.ile plpi-it l iiii mi lit .
PF.TItOGKAII, July 10. The
lhiiiin force advancing in -r
Volhvniu townrd Kovel, are ""
" proing the river Stokhod nt
variou point. el(ely presming
the Teutonic force, ny to-
dnv't "iir office tntemeut,
: - m-- t-
TO HAVE CHECKED
1IFKLIN, July 10. -The Upiiihhh
Iiiivc checked the lhiHiiin force
which wore advancing in Volhynin in
the direction of Kovel, the wnr of
fice nnuouueed todny. The Ituinu
trooii moving townitt the Stokhod
line wore everywhere repulsed.
' UF.UL1K, vin London, July 10.
The capture of Trout (Wood, m
Miiionette l-'nnn and the village of
UhiIciuix Jiy German tnmp wn mi
iiounced todav hv the war office in
it report on operations along the
The text of Ihe Mtnlcinent regard
iiiK the wchIciii theater ava;
"On both lde of the Soinuio
fighting coutinue. Our troop re-
penlcdlv repulsed tlie enemy to hi
i1 . ... .
Mlormiug position, ami wherever iik
the icull of hi olooly following
wove of attack they temporarily
were forced to i'iuhl ground, wo
ouicklv ejected him liy eounter-nl-tuck.i
"hiftlie wood of Terons, for in-
hIiiiicc, which hud boon penetrated
by the Luglish, and the rami Mi Mm
ouctlc, and the village of Itnrleux,
Hliich hud been Mtormed hv the
Frcnidi, wo reconquered mill ponwoli
dated MKiiin! the enemy.
"At 0'itvillier there wo uniiiler
mpted iiMinl-lii-liuihl tig)iWug. The
French obtniiied a lodgemeut in tho
village of Miache.
"I lei wen Itiirlciinx and llelloy
their iH-rcM'ntfd attack continually
broke down with the trreiili'-l Iommoh.
Farther wct lln-v were iireventiHl by
our hurrege lite I rum leaving their
SPOKANF, Wii-I... Julv 10. Le
roy Slater, totc cbiiirmaii of the
jirogresive party, rcccixed nofice
trom Seattle proureive today
Hint they desired to he a prograa--nt-
party state conveutiou culled (Hi
or before Julv 'JO. Mr. Slater, in
stead of culling u state convention,
tendered hi resignation, lie lately
ha been working for uu amalgam
tiou of the republican und prugre-
ive Hiriie. If u progressive (ate
coiiventiou i held it is believed that
n I In id sliitc ii.-ket will be placed in
XKW YOltK, July 10 Haln and
cooler weatkor failed today to eheek
materially the epidemic of infantile
paralyal. which since Its Inception
two wtteks ago, has claimed 231 live
Iu New York City. During the SI
hour which ended at 10 o'clock thl
mornlug II death and 103 new rase
were reported. Thirty of the new
cae were In Maubatlan, the Urgent
number yet iorld there In a alugle
CONSUL AT VANCOUVER
WASHINGTON. Julv 10.-Protuo
tiou in the consular service mad in
nomination sent to the senate today
include : George N. West of Wavhiwr-
flon, P. (.'., ounaul at KoUa, Juiuui, to
he consul general at Yaueouver,
THAN FORGE IN
President Wilson Urges That Busi
ness Men Carry Fair Dealing Into
Parts of World, Particularly Mex
ico, and Therchy Establish Confli
tlcnce In American Principles.
DHTIIOIT, Midi., July 10. Presi
dent Wilson, nt tho World' Sales
manship Congress today, urged that
buRlnes men carry Justice, and fair ,.
dealing Into the porta ot tho world,
particularly those ot Mexico, and
thereby establish confidence In
American principles. Ill efforts, ho
declared, will be to serve all America,
by nerving Mexico, herself, for her
host Interost without using form,
nnd not to servo tho few "gentlemen"
who wish to exploit Mexican poHses
When the prosldont nnked thn
crowd what It doslred at tho end of
all tho prosont world tronlilcs, It
sheuted: "Peaco" In ono voice, and
thou ho added that hi wish wa "per
I 'ono I Wiong Help.
"1 hoar some men say," ho said,
that tlioy want to help Mexico, nnd
the way tlioy proposo to help hor Is
to overwhelm hor with force . That
Is tho wrong wnyi as well as tho Ioiib
After fighting them, you would
havo a nation full of Justified suspic
ion. Thus you would help them. You
would shut evory door ngalnst you.
What mnkoa Moxlco suspicious In
that sho thinks wo do not want to
sorve, but possoss hor. And she ban
Justification for thoso suspicions In
tluvtway aouVgeutlcnian1 havo sought
to exploit hor poMUsslons.
"I will not servo theso Rontlemniti
but I will servo nil American by try,
lug to servo Moxlco, horsolf.
"Tho way to eetabllh our sovolgn
liy, I to rospect hers."
Tho president addod that he be
lieve In tho old Virginia bill ot
right, which declare that a country
may do a it ploate with it own;
fl'lila Information, the president
said, wa for thote gentlemen win
would "butt In."
I'ho president declared that thn
merchant marine, which some are "soj
slow In giving u." will bo a greali
help to the limine Interests ot tin?
In order to gain foreign buslnes,
however, he added, It will bo neces
sary for Amorlcan Imalneaainon to
adapt tho good to tho domain! of
other countries and not try to forcci
their own Ideas on other mnrkots.
Saleemanahlp, ha said, would gm
hand In hand with stateemnii.blu
after the close ot the war. i
Great world change which nt
now tukini' place, the president de
flared, will force tlie United State
to take a wore feverish pert in thu
world trade iu the future.
I la' of hanger
"Tbe are day of incalculnblo
change," he aaid. "It i impoible
for anybo4ly to predict anything i
certain iu detail with regard t the
future cither of thi country or of tho
world in Ihe large movement of bu-
me. nae I mug i jwrieruy eieor,
und that i that the I'liitwl State
will pluy a new port Hd that it will
be u rt of unprecedented oppor
tunity ond greatly incrwitwd reapon
sibilitie." Timidity must he cast aaido by
those who seek the world trade, ho
said, and a knowledge of oonditioiirt
of buwiiic ami condition "through
out the round globe," will he eaaou
tial Iu uceca.
"No amount of mere puli, , no
aiiioiinl of mere' hustling, or, to
(Continued on pago threo)
LtiNlMlN. July 10." The foreign
office today dcuied a rH'r! cabled
fjutn the Cnited State-, that the Itrit
ikk govenunettt lw pi ousted U
V:i-nin;zfon leiirdiiu t'ic preseueu
', . .i -iililimnni- ill .in An ' I 'CttU port.
It i" stated thttt Ihuii Lritain Imq
taken u aetiou, ... - -