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IIM.AMOUK, OlU'.GOK, NoVKSIIJIiH VI 101 fl.
The First National Bank
Capital and Surplus $30,000
Member Federal Reserve Bank
tU I imli, I'rciirlcnt . J. Riaeliers' Ciiltfc
J.C II .Men, Vice IVc. ' . 1!. KvUhw, Am.Crtnicr
C.J II Uvnnln t IVtclkiKl A, W. Ihum
JC IMIe ; W. j, Rfcel.cr Ml; Cl;unb
Careful .mention ivcu lo all Itnnltintf business
pl,ixi in uur hands, 4
looo plots' siuilding.
ITALIAN STEAMER IS
m BY SUBMARINE
t.. '. . tiari 300 Rnnnrtnrl I no'
fcon Liner Ancona Is
''I"11' uispatcn from u.u,a
W lliut 3oo persona on thu AncouJ
w.-ra tlrnwiu-it viUtm tKt imilan liner?
' I k . - .
uwuihi .rum iuti.i to New York, was
jtunk by an aubIiUii submarine In ttif
Mont uf tli lost, the messago says?
wt-rt! winnttn ami children emigrants?
The dispatch from HUerta states
that duino Americans ar said there
to have lifuti on Hie Ancona,
A dUpalch from tin; Stefanl Newg
ajtenrji of Itoim; isaya that 100 shells
f' fired Into thu Ancona toforv ho
Forty-wno mmnbvrs of the crew nnd
f&ur woni!rit. picked up at ua,
have Ue0ii lauded nt Malta,
T of tlm Ancana's boats, with 5
members of the crew. omtt of them
wounded. Iiavu landed near Cape He
Babies . Babies .
W2 Pcnsnt on Ancona.
!S',!W Vvrk. -A tnpMasv from Hi..
stated that there were 482 paiai'iwr
tm ibr- Ancona. WUItnm llartflcld.
Kunorul manaur tor the lino hort'.nald
llu crew numbum! W), makliiB tho
total Mrin'N company ftiZ
Of Ihlk immltcr 270 paHaoiiKcrn, a
miiiiU-r of thtm lnurd, arc ropom-d
to have lxcn lamUsl ttt Uliorln, whllo
a lati-r mfinaiiuu slnti-il two of the An-
cona'a boatj with 54 of tho crew had
landed at I api lion, TunU, about 75
mill- -al of HUrrta.
NISH TAKEN AFTER
THREE DAYS' FIGHT
Icrlln. Tho llulgurlan have cap-
od .S'luli. aiTimil city of Sorbin and
tmpnrB capital tor a tlnnt after
ovaruntton of Hclcradc. Thtr
u thrttr days' battle. accordlUE to
1 official rnnouncomi'ut Unucd lion,
uhlch lb invader wcru coifruuv
wltli UcxptTato opposition nt vnr
i poluta outslilu the town,
turu by thu dormant) of tho main
dnn poHltlotitt ituuth of Krallevo,
j anivounctal by Ccruian army hoad'
i DulfiuHiui army of (ion oral Hoy
liftn roncbiul the Morava nt a
it uorthwat of AtoUalnac. alMtu
mllua northuil of Nlah. At'vnne-
to tlu- woat and aouthwost of Xloh.
llulfinrlaim have occuplod Lcski.
on tho intilu railroad, about ?&
lea below NIhIi.
SAMUEL W. McCALL
Samutl W. McCatl, former con-
Brcsaman, who wai elected governor
of Maaaachuietta by the Republican
FRANCE TO PURCHASE.
MATERIAL IN U. S,
Now York. -Five members of th?
French Industrial and com in ore ..
commkulon Intulcd here from U
Jttcamablp, 1-afayottc Aid said the.
came lo- arrange ror mo ptircnass,
tho conclusion of the war, of at let..
$lCU,000,ouu worth of structural iro
und alcoU machinery and industria
ouppliew, AH auppllea of this chara?
ter, the commlsnionera said, formerly
wero Imported from Germany.
Tim comi.i caioucra mid thnt while
are hero primarily to ptirchna
i.'Pllea necfwsnry to reconstruct and
udomlio French Industries when the
wa" over, thoy win endeavor lo es
atUr reciprocal trade relations be
ween the United Stntcs nnd France.
Mthoiigh thla commission Is not a
government organisation. It is backed.
the commissioners said, by all the
industrial and commercial or
UiUitintloiis of France and a majority
of tho bankers.
ryan Opposition to Prepared
ness May Necessitate Re
vusulntiton. Tho administration
haa already hcjjun to count noses In
congress on the national defense it-
cue. It was learned here. Itcltcratlan
by former Secretary of State Bryan
of his open opposition emphasized the
necessity of a "lineup."
From a high official Uie admission
sniao that the administration is now
ita!nfd to Booking and expects re
publican votes to inauro passage of
preparedness legislation. A repuWI
can hold on the "balance of power" in
cojsrrts as c.'fectR the life or death
of the defence iCBlc..-.t!on is deemed
not ouUIdo tho jwfsibIJit.es,
The cause cf the break, which may
have vital influence on the futuro of
i' democrat' : arty, was President
Wilson's preparedness program, which
was described ronorally by the presi
dent in his Manhattan Club speech in
' President WHeon proclaimed tho ne
cessity of an increase for the regular
anny, the creation of a better national
guard and luc organization of a citi
sen army of 400,000 men.
tratlou s policy aa a departure from
our traditions, a reversal of our na
tionai policy: a menace to our poace
and safety and a challenge to the splr
It of Christianity which teaches us to
influence others by example rather
than by exciting fear.
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Photo by American Prs AmsoclaUoo.
Lord Kitchener, who hat left London
for the east and It It believed will as
sume command of the allies In tho
.LIES TROOPS DEFEATED
'if for Cnorinous Losses In Attack
1 Upon Uuloarlnns, Says Derlln
llorllt, by wlroloas to Sayvlllo. A
K t ,1... L'.nni.li tixil llrlll.l.
lops In sotithitrn Serbia with losae
nlch aru described na onormouH is
portuil In u dispatch from Sofia by
y of lludnpest.
RVcoordlnv to this iufornmtlou. tho
. . .
ttlu occurrctl betweun Kr'volok and
Hup. The allies mtido n violent at
Jck upon defensive positions of thu
lu" addition to heavy losses In killed
wouuded of the nllle.i, It Is reported
largo number of their troops wore
IRISH REFUSED PASSAGE
! won't bring back the money you have extrava-
One surt friend to a man in troubls is noney
"ian wh banks his mtney is the ma who gains
inc of his employer and holds his jsb.
in the bank alst means CREDIT and GONFI
man can afford not to hate the eenfidenca of
Ma.k Of ID KanU- VOIIP hank:.
Iy 4 per oent itrMt on Savings Dekusite.
mook Cnnty Bamk
FORM NEW GREEK CABINET
New Prime Minister Regarded Friend
ly Toward Quadruple Entente.
AthoiiM, via Paris. Skouhmdls, com
mlHHloneil bv KIlIK CdUBtUlltlltO to
form a now cabinet, has accomplished
tho tusk, All thu inumburB ut the Ja
mais inlnlatry aru rotainud excopt thu
Tho new prime minister has taken
the portfolio of foroluu affairs, nud Is
reputed to bo furorubly dlspoacd to
ward the quadruple entente, Ilia ror
mutlon or thu now cublnet. It Is goner
ally assumud, will delay, If not alliu
luatu, tho crlHlH which probably would
rollow dlssoluUon of tho chamber of
deputies by the king.
M. akouloudla. tho ne,w urooK pre,
mlor. baa doclurod his kitentluu of ob-
servlim ftu attltudo or "very bonovo-' 1
lout, noutrnllt" toward tho ontoiit-j.j,
Riotous Scenes Mark Attempt of 900
to Leave for United States.
Liverpool. After riotous scenes in
trnnl of tho Cuunrd steamship offices
here because 900 young Irishmen, who
had booked passage to America on the
liner Saxonla refused to heed tho ap
peals of recruiting officers, tho Cunard
company canceled all 900 bookings,
and shortly afterward posted an an
nouncement that no Britishers eligible
for military service would bo carried
on its vessels.
A jeering crowd gathered about the
Cunard docks when the party arrived
to embark on the Saxonla. Soveral
fights started. Two of the would-be
emigrants were knocked down. Nev
ertheless, tho party forced its way to
As they started on board tho liner,
however, a largo proportion of tho
firemen came ashore with the ultima
tum. "Wo don't see why we should
vtnktt If theso stokers are allowed to
41 4SG V.'cts M.Tih in C ncaso pnr-
Chicago. Forty-one the ..sand three
hundred and olghty six porsous, by ue
tual count, paraded tho streets of Chi
cago In protest against the enforce
ment of tbo Sunday-closlei law,
Washington. The United State in
Its latest note to Great lirltaui made
public hero covering exhaustively tbo
British Interference with American
trade since the beginning of the Euro
pean war, declares, that tho so-called
blockude instituted by the allies
against enemy couturies on March 11.
Is "Ineffective, illegal aud lndefoast
Notice is served that the America,,
government "cannot submit to the cur
tailment of Its neutral right and it
cr.nuor with complacence suffer fur
thur subordination of its rights and
Ambassador Pago to whom the noto
was sent by special messenger for de
livery to tho Loudon foreign office,
was Instructed by Secretary Lansing,
"to impress most earnestly" upon the
Orltisli government that tho United
Htatea "must Insist that tho relations
between it a?. I His V.i. -a.y's govern
ttent be covcraed, not by a policy o'
e.; 'odicney, but by those established
rules of international conduct to which
Groat Britain in the past has held the
United States to account when the
latter nation was a belligerent engag
ed in a struggle for national existence."
BRIEF WAR NEWS
Except fur artillery exchanges on
the western front, nothing of great
Importance has occurred recently In
that theater of war.
German submarines have again
passed through itae straits of Glbral-
tar, where three French steamships
and one Italian-were sunk.
There is evidence of renewed actlr
ity in Galllpoll and the impression pre
vails that another big attempt will be
made to open the straits before Ger
man ammunition reaches the Turks.
The rotetiejrins, iytejeJrerV,
'SnSlIeaTTare fighting stubbornly"!?
..defense Jof their country and report
that thoy have repulsed an attempt by
the Austrians to cross their border
from Herzegovina and captured four
In the south the allied forces appear
to be too strong, for the Bulgarians,
who admit that they arp faced by su
perior numbers It ia reported through
the Serbian legation at Athens that
the British. French and Serbians have
inflicted a sevcro defeat on the Bul
garians at Izvor, 10 miles west of the!
The Russians continue their policy
of sharp and unexpected attacks at
various points along the front. The
latest of these attacks, according to
Petrograd, consisted of three success
ful assaults southwest of Riga, two
southwest of Dvlnsk and three wept
of the Styr, aouth of the Prlpet marsh,
where the Austrc-German line was
broken in two places
BOOK BARRED FROM INDIA
Exclusion Result of Protest by British
San Francisco. A 16-page pamphlet
in Hindu, containing translated ex
tracts from William J, Bryan's "Brit
ish Kulo In India," was excluded from
the malls to India here. Many copies
had previously beeu sent to India by
Ram Chandra, editor of the Hindu
Gadar, published here. The oxoluslou
camo as tho result or the protest or
the British government. Bryan In his
book, charges that Great Britain, with
tho aid of the native princes, has ex
p:cited tho people of India to such an
extent that groat numbers have been
driven into famine, annually, and the
book, it is held, Is calculated to foment
revolutionary sentiment. Bryan based
his charges oa the result of personal
Kaiser Ousts U. 8, Attach
Wasalagton. M. Deloval, a Belgian
employed by the United States as
counsellor to the legation at Brussels,
has left Belgium and will not return
to his post because Germany has given
notice that be is persona non grata.
The state department will not ad
mit, that Dlwa) liar, been removed
bul ujiuouuic-d that ut hud tart Bel
gium uiu! will not ruturu.
SHORT NEWS NUGGETS
Twelve men and nirls are known to
have lost thslr lives In a fire that de
stroyed an old four-story brick and
wooden inctory building In tho Wll
Han.Bbun.' section of Brooklyn.
The nation's principal farm crops
this year are worth about $5,500,000.
000, exceeding by more than $500,000,
000 their value in 1914, the previous
banner value year In the country's
crop history. s
For the first tlmo in history, an or
der to a naval commander was trans
mitted by wireless telephone, when
sitting at his desk. Secretary of the
Navy Daniels "called up" Rear Admir
al Usher, commander of the Brooklyn
Mrs. Qalther Drewry, Spencer coun
ty, Ky., has given birth to nine chil
dren within 18 months, bolleved to be
a world's record. Eighteen months
ago there were born five children,
three boys and two girls. The girls
died. She has just become tho mother
of four more boys.
The American Society of Civil En
gineers, at its meeting in Chicago,
drafted a federal law looking to the
construction or a $50,000,000 project
tor the manufacture of nitrates on the
Columbia river, in Oregon. The meas
ure will urge congress to clear title
to water power sites desired.
Representative Claude'Kitokes, test-
ocratic leader of the house, te'.d Presi
dent Wilson nfter a long conference
with him, that ho could not support
the administration's program for na
tional defense and that he would op
pose the program in a personal capa
city only and not as a majority leader.
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