El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, June 10, 1918 Page: 1 of 10
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EL PASO. TEXAS MONDAY. JUNE 10. 1918
ENGLISH SECTION TEN PAGES
PRICE FIVE CENT
INDENBURG'S NEW OFFENSIVE AT NOYON HITS ALLIES LINE HARD;
ENEMY U-BOAT SINKS U. S. SHIP CLOSE TO COAST Of MARYLAND I
WINS BATTLES IS
Purely Defensive Operations Do
Not Result in Victory Writes
Ferdinand Foch in "The
Field;" Best Conducted De-
feases Only Game to Be Re-
peated. MAINTAINING POSITION
MAY RESULT IN DEFEAT
Essential That - There Be Maxi
mum Keserve r orce With
Which to Bludgeon Enemy in
rw;iv. Attart P..rl
Dealt; Surprise Mass. Speed
By Associated Presa.
London June 0. That báltica can bt
won In the end only by the army which
takes the offensive la the significant dec-
laration made by General Koch eommand-er-tn
elder or the allies In an article
contributed by him to The Field a weak-
ly Journal In which he dlsousaea the
problem or the soldier and the way to
"Modern warfare to arrive at Its end
and to Impose Its will on the enemy"
gays .General Koch "recognizes only one
means extermination or the enemy's or-
"War undertakes and prepares this de-
struction hy battle which brings about
tito overthrow or the adversary disor-
ganizes his command destroys bis dis-
cipline and nullities bis untta so far as
Vtatr righting power la concerned.
.-f "eur trt sKva insist 4ir laws- urn
pialely lo achlcveTlI ofejsct a balls
roset not be purely defensive.. A purely
dsrensiire battle even well conducted doe
not resnn In s victory and a vanquish-
ment. it ts sln.ply a gatns that must
be begun over again.
Offensive Must be Adopted.
"From tbls It Is an obvious corollary
that uuly an rrenaive whether started
ai the beginning or an actum or whether
It follows the defensive can gfVe results
and. In consequence must always be
"To maintain our. position Is not synony-
mous with being victorious and even
prepares ror a defeat. 11 we remain
where we are and do not pass to tbs
offensive to riz the direction or attack
to guard against the plans or the enemy
and prevent blm rrom carrying out the
same maneuver we must undertake to
carry on and sustain muneroua combats.
each with determined aim.
"Bul aluce there remains
that decisive attack la the very key-
atone or a battle all other actions which
make up a battle must be envisaged
considered organized provided with
forcea lu the measure In which they will
prepare facilitate and guarantee devel-
opment or a decisive stack characterized
by III mass Hs surprise. Its speed and
lor which. In consequence. It Is essential
that ti ei e shall be the maximum reserve
torre iioMlble ol troopa or maneuver.
Tile reserve ibat la to say toe prepared
bludgeon Is organized and kept carefully
Inatrurted to execute tbs aiugle act or
battle from which resurta are expected
namely the decisive attack.
"The reserves must be huthSsded with
the moll extreme parsimony sag that tbs
bludgeon may be stroag enough to itske
the blow as violent aa posalble. ' Let loose
si the rinlab. without any lurking Idea
or ssvigg them with a well thougbt-out
plan . ror winning tnS battle at s I mil
chosen and determined reserves are
thrown In all logetber In as acilou sur
j astil iic In violence and energy all other
pastes or battle an action with proper
caarecterisiica surprise maze ana en sea
All our rorces really participate either
by preparing II or by carrying It out
"hi tills our supreme aim we uiul
not be del l ived by appearances
though theory rails when applied by
feeble hands and when accessories ob-
aegie the mam principle iilalory and
reason show ua that in battle there Is a
single argument which Is worth while
namely decisive attack which te alone
capable ot assuring lbs desired result
I he overthrow or the adverury
WUU IV IlLXU.M Al I M K.
fly Associated Press.
Aiuslerdeu June v. - An official dlepahb
rarelved bere frees Berlin. Ireatiag with
the destruction of the hospital ship
Miigla hegottlg. says: "In consideration
He- agircuwni villi lioiiano lor me
passage ror vessels carrying in
otakrs. It Is quita out of tbe question thai
the koiilnaiu HrseiiU M .ii..kd by
Sartusu submarine at la all tbe moi
Imp' "hable Parausa li is always aasuwed
tical Germans are aboard such ships."
UKJUttMS AT aXMUXHM.
y Assocland rTcaa.
London. June S.-TUe plight ol tee Her-
man si tbs Belgian submarine bass ot
Xeebiuggs la ciiaaaiaasaoa of law meas
area laketi by u.e baliteo navy to block
ada the purl is even luWi aSrluua than
lata txeo believed amretofore PSsjto
Srapns just lakmi Irons eirpiauea show met
Ibe entrance as tbe harbor ts rapidly sall-
ies up and that eerwraauglv tlx Hriu.h
efloit lo Uom tba channel Is being r.
KUok ed by uaiursT. Tbs awaken reseat tsv
aitte the breakwater which was at In. I
island to a aa satsanr ateetrorrr now
appears to be a lata dredger. Tbe toss
Ot this stop evirietili baa rrtppaad the
Geriuaaut as abet arteria a deas Hie
Crown Prince Rupprecht
Makes Frenzied Drive to
Reach His Paris Objective
French Troops Resisting Impact With Usual Valor but
Huns Penetrate Line South of Montdidier and Ressons-Sur-Matz;
Allies Stand Firm at Noyon.
Attack Extends Over Front
Intense Bombardment With Shells and Noxious Gases;
No Conjunctive Thrust Against British.
Associated Press Summary : .
The armies of Crown Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria atrain an
hitting the allied line in a new
Between Mont Didier and
miles preceded by a heavy bombardment with shells and noimm
gases the enemy's initial maneuver evidently has in view tks
bending back of the allied front
tne northern wing and toward
Pene' on l.ne outern flank .
driving southwest toward the French capital:
RED GROSS MISSION
KNOWS HARDSHIP OF
Present Railway Disorganization
m That Country Proven in
NEARLY ONE MONTH IN
COVERING 2500 MILES
New Order of Things Introduced
by Bolshevikr Is Perpetu-
ally in Evidence.
v Associated ITess.
London. 'june 0 -The hardships of rail
way travel during the present disorgani-
sation In Russia were1 brought home re-
peatedly to the members or toe American
lied Crass mission to Rumania flu their
Journey rrom Its-y to Murmansk The
distance is about J.500 miles but Ins mis-
sion waa nearly a month on the way av-
eraging less than too miles a day. Even
after reaching Murmansk the Americans
lived on their railway trains for two
weeks while walling ror a boat.
Murmansk 1 miles north or the
Arctic circle and the "cold during parts
of tbe journey was severe. Mane or the
railway cars bad any healing arrange-
mtoU. During the coldest weather many
or tbe doctors and nurses remaiaedV-to
41i ... k ..m
bed all day to keep warm
American Ingenuity made t brave-ef-rnrt.
to remedy the lark or heating ar-
rangements by building small stoves or
brick stones and pieces or sheet Iron
lasase stoves were bum in the corridors
or alales or tbe cars sad were red with
wood and charcoal picked up along the
line. They were not vary successful as
heating appliances but were occasionally
uaetul ror making hot corree or lea.
Tbe new order or things wbleb tbe Bol-
shevik! have Introduced Into Russia waa
perpetually In evidence. Everywhere
along the line the officers In charge of
tbs tram had to deal wltb Russians woo
t nought they had as good a right as any-
body else lo travel on It. Unbidden
guests were always coming on board. At
night they would orten enter by wsy or
tbe windows some merely looking tor a
ride others In search of plunder. Tbe'
Americana ail slept with' their revolvers
under their pillows ready to repel board-
ers. Freleafed Alterca! toa a.
At almost every railway station there
were prolonged arguments aid alterca-
tions. Sacureton parties or Russian sol-
diers would express s desire to Irsvat s
few hundred versu with the mission and
the French soldiers who accompanied tbe
mission would explain that it waa lnapaa
(CoteUnued on Page Tores.)
' - ... . "íí' V i 1 ' ' '.'"'.' .i ' . i
Tasiaiii liuff ol tbe last est type of Gssssmm supez -subanarine was printed
recently ia tbe Dtstcb Daily Die ArnatsrclarnrnnT. and reproduced in English
ticwapaasatg. from one of wbtcb tbss copy was masie . U agicea to some cs
teat with tbe descriptions mavde fay survivors ot tbe U -batata that liaiva been
oí Twenty Miles and Follows
offensive with Paris annaremtlv
Novon over a front of Knii- ?fl
toward the town of St. just on
the railroad junction of 0m.
getttng astride the Oise river and
freer: ReslaUag Valorously.
The French iroopt are resisting the Im-
pact with tftelr usual valor but the Oer-
mans on their right and in tbe center nave
bren able to. penetrate the line ror dla
lances i-anglnrr from two-thirds of s mile
south or Montdidier lo relatively two and
a half mites at Aessons-Sur-Mats. In the
renter. Thence to Noyon however the
ia noining strongly
ir success tbould reat wltb tbs enemy
on tbe new battle front It might possibly
badly arrecí the stability or the line ol
tbe defenders rrom the Olse lo the Mame
mío compel a railing back westward rrom
tbe Olse to the region or the Mame north-
west or Chateau-Thierry in order to
straighten out the deep salient that would
then project eastward with tbe Solssons
sector as Its epez.
The allied commanders it la asserted
were not taken unawares by the now of.
Quid ia Mara Meg loa.
glut: or nag ssejiia. ína- Hl hrt ptlOB o
II tine in Flanders held by the British.
From the Atllro region to the Plave
river In the Italian theater there have
bt en Intense ertfllery duelas but no In-
fantry eugagetnenis of graft importance.
IMIASK RIIMBARIIMKYTK IHCVKLOP
A 1.(1 Mi Hit J Tl Ml FRONT; GERMAN
II IIS IIIIOkF.N I P.
By Associated Press.
With the British Army In France. June
B. Thus far the stuck launched by tbe
Germana this morning against tbe French
between Koyon and Montdidier haa de
v eloped no conjunctive operation on tas
urnian front aithourrh heavy bombard
menu last night and early today against
the British right gave promise for a time
or a more extensive enemy offensive.
it may be thai ror the moment tbe Oar
man high command is content with i
southerly drive between Montdidier and
.Noyon. with tbs Idas of capturing Com-
petgne with its railways and straighten
ing oat tbe salient which the enemy has
oriven into me French rront between Sola-
sons aad R helms.
Latest reports received here are cheer
rul and It appears rrom the meager newt
that tbe French are In Idlng magnificently.
Intense bomberdmer's developed at va-
rious points along the British rront dur-
ing tbe night. The forward area on the
British right waa heavily shelled frond
midnight to a o'clock. From I o'clock to
4 the sector east of I.avleville. to tbe
southwest or Albert waa under a severe
gsa shall bombardment and between I
and 4 o'clock the front zone weal of Al-
bert waa pounded hard. Tbe Arras sec-
tor also waa put under aevcre barrage
list night and early tats morning.
la the Olveocby sector the Germana at
tempted i raid which was shandy re-
pulsed. During tbe nlgbt the British eon-
dveted a raid of considerable aiaa ssaxaat
tbe eoeaoy tranches south of Beaumont
HssasL The operation wss entirely suc-
cessful and SO prisoners ware brought
bach. . la this asme sector the Hermans
assayed a raid after a heavy bonihaSafiinl
bat were thrown back
Local righting baa continued east of
Inckehuacb Lake and at latest reports
the German by s vtolaiit counter alters
aajjear lo hsvs regaasied the ground which
(lottnuid on Fag Two. i
AMERICA'S HONOR ROLL
Sy Associated Press.
Washington Juné S. The army casually
Hal today contained IM names the largest
number thus far reported by Ueneral
Pershing lit a single day. The list was
divided as fotlowa:
idled In srtlon. Hi dlsd or wounds t
deed of dlaesse II; died or airplane acci-
dent t : died or accident and other cauees.
t: wounded severely. e wountted (de-
er undetermined) 74; missing In ac-
Eleven officers were named. Cant.
lames A. Anderson or Sumsllt 0s. and
Henry Ephralm Moaner of Falconer N.
and Lleuts. John Douglas Crawford
of Bronkllne Mass.; Thomas Warner flod-
dsrd ot Maryvllle. Tenn. and Eugene P.
Hubbard of Chatham. B. J. were killed
In action; Lieut.' Joseph E. Benin. m or
New Haven Conn. died III an airplane
accident:' Lleuts. Lester Freeman Allien
or Moscow. Idaho; l ied T. Finn or Modi
son. Wis. and Henry vogt or Fond du
Lac wis. were wounded severely and
ieuts. William E. Severe and Louis
Sola both of Brooklyn N. Y were
Wounded degree undetermined.
The list rollowa:
Killed In Aetlea.
Capts. James A. Anderson Summit. f!
Heury Kphratm Mosher ralcnner. It. Y.
LleuU. John Douglas Crawford. Brook-
110. Mass.; B. Warner Uoddard. Nary
vllle; Tenn.; Eugene P. Huhhard Chat
ham N. J.; Sergt. Earl J. Mathews Almn
Ark.; Raymond W. Mllner Pltcalrn Pa.
William Schnfleld Detroit Mich.: Corpls
Aubrey C. Jones. Paris. Texas; James k'.
MrGrath. Saxonvlilc. Mass.; William
Trarion Maiden Mass.; Mua Frederick
Miles Geneva uhlo; Prvta. James W
Adams Krysvllle (la.; HoberfT. Brown
Flnley Tenn.; Wiley M. CroaswrU Fe-
licity Oblo; Henry P. Danrlela Eastman.
(la. : Harry H. F.shbak Lancaster Pa.;
Mike Flshback. Cannelton. Ind.; Calvin
B. Jaquay Battle creek Mich.; Martin P.
Kennedy Holyoke Mass.; I.atzsrd L. Lan-
dry St. Patrlrk La.; John W. Lankrord
Union 8. C; Barney Liles Florence. Ala.;
Joseph W. Luther. Morrladale PS.! Henry
1. Nsrella. Wakerield Mass.; Axel O. Pe-
terson Missoula. Mont; John I. Ftreteti
CalsmlH. ft. Y ; Joe Pllzzs. Mount Pleas
ant Pa.; Mck Hong. Roma Italy; Myer
ysky. Boaton; AWly. lHzVT.Anthraa.
. JJIUIIl IWIUIU. MtieTT
wartvilie Minn. .
Died el WsuaaN.
Corpls. Bennia A. Jones Grand Ridge;
Fia; James W. Weldoll Tuledo Ohio;
prvl. Anton Bernatz Dscorah la.; James
O. Farley odd West Vs.: Stanley Kry-
scyayns I'odulakl Russia; Harry F. Hay.
Mccurtain Okie.; Joseph M. Todd Grand
Rapids Mich.; John Warren Madison
ind.; Dosier Wren. Barbera B. C.
Died el Meaner
Prvta. Charles V. Bloomqulsi Brooklyn
N. V.; James L. Cannon' Dtncy Wis.;
Dirk Fcrgoson Victoria Vs.; Lloyd Liv-
ingston. Cecil. Gs. ; Denver Miller. Mont-
pelier Ohio; Harry B. Bobbin i Salem
K Y.; Oscar Lee Sackett Jasper. W. Y.:
Edward Sbcrrard Brututslek Mo.; Louis
F. Steber. 81. Paul; Arthur Washington.
May Give Russell Case
lo Jury Tuesday Evening;
Defense May Rest Today
Believed Defendant Will Probably" Take Stand in Own
Behalf and Will Base Defense in Trial
on Se f -Defense Plea.
The fate or W. 0. Rutaell or Lub-
bock Texas charged wltb murder In
connection with the death of Charles
Qualey. may be to tba bands of tbe
Jury tomorrow or by Wednesday
morning. The defense especie lu
complete the introduction or Its tes-
timony today. The state reeled In tbe
esse Saturday morning.
Huascll is expected to take tbe
stand in bis own behalf late this
morning or eomtlAtte this sftsrnoon.
Judging from tbe teellmouy that baa
already been mtrudueed try lbs da
fanes. Husseil's pass will fee self-defense.
If Huaaell does go on tbe
land lav cnurtruoen willaprobabiy be
crowded with spoctetors who will be
interested lu bearing tba defendant
Died at tlrplane Aerlrirnt.
Llenl. Joseph K. Beaulon New Haven
Died f teeldenl aad Ather Ceases.
Prvls. Russell G. Rsrnelte BSztdr ra.
Frank Hsnnnn llarttOrd Coam.; Roy D
Todd. Knseulh Miss.; John J. Waltaco
Lteut. Lester Freeman Albert Moscow
Idaho; Fred T. Finn. Nadlson Wis
Hatrj v..nt. Fond M Lac wis.; Sersn
Alex L. Arch South Bend. Ind.; Julius
. Berg Brooklyn. Jf. Y.; Joseph F. de
costa enariesiovvn siass. ; rren
ner. Fond du Lac Wla; John T. Fox.
Johnstown. Pa.; August J. Lleflnuilei .
Fond du Lac Wis.: George- C. Ilaucb.
Chicago; Corpls. Oscar Durand lludaon.
Mass.; James MeArihur Chicago; Homer
Mathew Martin da.; Martin Thompson.
New ensile ps.l ronlie H. Weeks el
mei Tenn.; Harry Zak. weat Bury N.
v.; PTVts Herbert L. Bailey North Ab-
logton. Mass.; Italih E. Bender Drtroll;
Andrew Bloomqultt Anaconda Mont.:
Walter Brand. Sandy City. Utah: lloheri
J. Carlson Chicago; William J. cherneskli
Dubois Pa.; Edward J. Clsek laabel s.
D.; George E. Countsr Wlnegar Wla.;
Frank J. Danko Psttalc N. J.; Raymond
c. Flch. New Haven CoatM Walter L.
Garden. Phllwlelphla; August Glaler Sac-
ramento Cel.! Herbert R Grantner Fond
du Lar Wis.; Ferdinand llartwlg Wan-
toma. Wis.;; Daniel v. Holterman Fond
du Lac wis.; Frank krutzynakl Chicago;
Chris Lee Nanton Allerta Canada: John
L. Lee Lake city la.; Pttrtek McDerltt
Camabrldge Maas.; Jim P. Melrolba 8aa-
aer Ua.; Mike Miner . Valley City N. J.;
Framls A. Mann Defiance Ohio; Alfred
P. Meinecke Kewaskum wis.; Joseph B.
Napieralskl. South Hind. Ind.: Patrick J.
o'Neii. Boston: Frank A Row. Food da
I ne. WIS.; ciover Simplns Harlem.
Mont-; Lawrence L. Blolfuaa Fond (III
Lac. Wis.: Louis W. sty her Meiim Ore-
gon; John W. Bytner fond du Lac Wla.
I minded. Degree I'ndelefaalssfd.
Lieutenants William r. Severe Brook-
lyn N. v.; Dula D. Sola Brooklyn N. Y. ;
Corporals Curtis u. Bsfcer gt Cedar
Rapldi Iowa; Arthur D t remer. Truro
lywa; James S Day CUiciiiiittivJowa: caí I
vXShw. Wtu. fl. Stark" Radt'sk
Umí Francia If Webster lows Falls
loaa. Purlers' Charlea L. Boggs In.
dlSBSpolls Ind.; Clarence Murphy. Fort
Dcamolnes. Iowa; Cooks Alvln Byrd. Illv-
Bftun Iowa; Hoy L. Oawson Huller Mo.
Frnest A. Mclheny Cresinn Iowa; Cllf
fold L. Oabei ( lesion. Iowa. Privates
James F. Albert. Moravia Idwa; Arthur
Anderson Holmes Iowa; John F. An-
son New Britain Conn.; Charles F.
Ashmore Gienwood Iowa; Waller B.
IKatdaley Hvmeaton Iowa; Leo V. Bon-
gcra. otttimwa Iowa; Charles F. Bower
Coon Rapids Iowa; John L. Brldgea Win
t.iset Iowa; Albert C. Bull Dakota City
Iowa; Tom Coughlln oiln Iowa: Howard
Couniryman. Wyoming Iowa; William L.
Dagllsli; Carllen. Mich.; Challes E. Davis
(Continued on Page Two.i
relate bla side of the tragic eventa
which led up to tba ahoolbig or una-
It was intimated that N. 0. Btirtmz.t
who proved to be a star witness ror
Uie state Saturday wttt be recalled
by the defense today.
Wltb ail tbe tsatunony in Ibe charge
or tbe court will have to be submit-
ted to tbe allome) . and these given
time to carefully go over it It Is
aleo probable that tbe defense will
submit some special cbtrgts. Attar
Iba citarse is delivered to Ibe Jury
tbe srsjIMienie will then be made
Tbe re ira several attorneys on each
aide and test arguments alii take some
time. It may be Waduesda before
tbs ease cau-Ae. given to tbe Jury.
SUCH AS MAY RAD U. S. COAST
sinking vessels off the U. S. Coast on the sea-lnes from New York carrying
as it does two guns mounted on the deck and one on tbe superstructure. So
far as known no actuaJ photogiapha of this latest sea moustcr have basa re-
red in tbe United States.
Pinar Del Rio Freighter
Latest Victim of Divers
Operating Near America
Navy Department Announces Sinking but Doe Not Say
Whether Ship Is Shelled or Torpedoed; Captain and
17 Members of His Crew Reported Missing.
Landing of 1 6 Men on Virginia Coast First Intimation That
Raiders Are Still Infesting Waters Around Capes;
Movement of Troops Not Interfered With.
By Associated Press.
Washington. June 9. The American steamer Pinar del Rio
was sunk by a Germán submarine
land yesterday morning. One
1 7 members of the crew is missing. Another with 1 6 men haa
landed on the Virginia coast.
A brief dispatch to the navy department tonisht announc
ing the sinking did not say
torpedoed. Hope is held that
up Dy some passing vessel or
Vessel of English Build.
The I'lnar del lllo was a rrolghler of
i.Mn groaa lona and wss built In South
Shields. England In im Being chrla-
tcncil Hie Saba. She was Bought hy an
American firm some lime ago and piired
(inner American rrgller. II is usserted
she waa either In Uie coastwise or West
I mil ionium the raiders had nut hen
reiiortod as showing themselves since
Norwegian steamer inland was sunk
uff Hie ii v hu í Capea lsat Wednesday
vemng at (i o riork. .
la latsartaat Mhlpgiag Laae. .
All sinkings reported lo the pavy de
liaiiment since the submarines left the
flew Jersey coast dlslrirt laal Sunday
have occurred ofr the coasts of Maryland
ano virgmis. with several of lliem doe
east or (.ape Henry. Thla Indícales that
iho i boats are operating over a vei-y
limited area probably of not more than
few hundred square miles but in a
rlnes wera In this area naval and zlr
forcea have concentrated Weir efrorta
here. . Fair weather has (prevailed along
Ihe coast since the Hlo waa sent down
and even If the men In the ralaaiug boat
are not rescued at sea they should be
ble to make land In a day or two. They
may already have landed at some Islated
loot on either lite Maryland or Virginia
r.KAiMN hi -nut him:- in AtiFRit ay
WATERS MOT I.NTKRr'ERIVn" WITH
troop mow in i to Kt none.
tly Associated Presa.
London June -American naval rorrea
in European WaSCM are not being weak
ened In consequence or the operation
or (lerman submarines orr the American
eoasi and the ocean highway ror
movement or troopa will be kept open
Secretary Imnieis says In a cablegram
ruoiisnca today by the Times.
Hit. ft XT s 1 1 llsiiir TORPtilOKn
BV U-BOAT RKACHEM IRIMI PORT.
By Associated Press.
London. June e.-A Beltast steamship
torpedoed by a norman aubmarlue while
Jpound from Kaglanri has reached an Irish
pon badly damaged. Three of tbe crew
were killed by tbe explosion or tbe tor-
pedo. No few er than four torpedoes were
dlsrhsrged hy the submarine. Tbe vessel
waa maneuvered so adroitly however
that three or them mlased their mark.
The attack was made at night.
TWO Willi I lis III 11.11 PORT AMI
lit Poll I IIM(. Hi i II I f SV
PHI OMAN hi IIHAHISKH
Sy Associated Press.
Bedrord Maas. June . To what.
era wblrii arrived bere today reported
they bad been held up by a Uerman soli
marine off ' ape Halteras rapt J. T.
(lonzalves or tbe schooner A. St. Nlclml-
son aald that on bla pleading wlib tbe
aptaln or ibe U-boat that be was a poor
nan and that the losa of bis vessel meant
ruin be was allowed to proceed with
alilp and ISO AM cargo or sperm oil.
Alter leaving the Mcbolson Hie subma
rine beaded for tbe eehoonar fclleu A.
swift aleo returning from Ihe wasting
grounds but before reaching her sighted
'(Continued on page Two.)
70 miles off the coast of Mary
of her boats with the captain and
whether the shÍD waa shelled or
the missing boat haa been picked
will turn up at some point along
'KEEP 'EM BUSY' IS
AIM OF OFFICER ON
Exuberant Young Soldiers Most
Be Given Daily Occupation
' to Forestall Weariness
PROGRAM PROVIDES FOR
PLENTY OF AMUSEMENT
Army Hours Observed and Gen-
tle Reveille Brings Protests
From Civilian Passengers.
By Associated Press.
London June 0. -'ilov! Yon. with (he
(leas ! '
sergeant S abruptly Interrupts the
i.iisiiieines or II. cofllliniiv. and cvel.
item foreringer at a mil young soldier
un iiriiseii an.) .viol in nose who I.
making only a parrunlory errorl lo touch
Ida toes with Ma ringerlips Tbe scene
is ihe deck of a transport warward bound
' i "in in a. m . or a fine sprint day.
"fa that what you call exercising?" de-
mands the sergesnt. "You think you
don't need any or this one two-three smrr
(b? You:ra rit already may be lo est a
boche ror breakrastT"
The company looks on and guns Ordl-
nsrlly Sergeant .. like the msjorli
oí ni eirirveni hard working sergeant
or the American army is a man or few
precise words. Bnt on rare occasions
be rinds It expedient to "talk to" some
erring private and his ability In ibat line
has won blm fame throughout his regt
Tba . tall soldier nushea and slammera
out an explanation. Bending over canaca
ids nose still sore rrom a bumping against
a door to meed.
"tall out then" direcia the sergeant.
"Ynu oughts 'sab: enrosthlug before we
started." lu i-k.lv he resumes the setting-
up ezercises end tor hair sn hour tba
company la busily engaged.
Preegy and fresh Is the morning a
brilliant sua making rainbows in the spray
from Ihe Irarisimirs bovts and lending a
sparkle pi the daiirltur whitecSHS. fin ell
ucees susai oso iaos are turning
bodies and working anna and less
measured count or Hielr sergeants.
All In s glow filling tbelr lungs with in
fea ozone ti.ey are a picture or health
and American "pep."
Plenty of Work Provided
"keep 'cm busy" la the watchword of
He officer In military command ol
veaael. tie has several thousand e
bi rant young soldiers lo look afler and
Ids experience on transports has laugBt
b.m ibat shipiife becomes wearisome for
large bodies of meo closely quartered
nides. ibey nave regular dally
(Continued on Page Threei
NEW STAR FOUNO
OF SUN'S ECLIPSE
Scientists Believe TvvirJdcr First
of This Type Visible Since
1900 When One Was Dis-
cernable From Enlatad; Dis-
covery Regarded Important
THIRD OF KIND REPORTED
DURING PAST 300 YEARS
Is of Mysterious Character and
Such Intense Brightness That
It May Be Visible in Day. Is
Opinion of Students; Belongs
to Aquilla Constllan'on.
By Associated Presa
Ilsker. ore. June o.A new star In . tito
constellation Aquilla wss discovered at
t:Ws. in. today by bt. Oeorge H. Peters
add Professor Win. Conrad or tbe United
talcs naval observatory party here to
study the eclipse. II was discovered while
Iba sel on. is were developing photo-
grspldo prates or Hie ecl pge. each seeing
It at the same moment between Altgir and
Not Really "ew" Slar.
Ir tho new star ra what scientists hra
believe. It is the rust or tins trae visible
luce pN). when one was seen In LUg-
land. The term "new" does not mean
the creation of a new star but merely
that 'the body baa become aurr eieiiiiy
bright to be visible. It may ultimately
fade and disappear in a row months or
ven weeks. The discovery of a slar of
ids type is regarded a very Important
however and astcniiomera here are anx-
ious to learn what is asrcrtaioed by rur.
liweetudy of u. It Mat tres tnsrrf ctre of tatt-
type ((.ported In 300 years- ami of mys-
terious character and Intense bnghines.
which Ihvy believe a lilt Irs later will make
It visible In daylight. In the sk.v It la
Placed at tgga right ascension decimation
njua one agave
impel lent lUetevtry
"Thla Is more Important In Hie astron-
omical world than tbe eclipse." sad nr.
Merrill or the t lined -in. bureau of
Mandarda! and this belief was seconded
by all the other scientists. Including J. C.
Hammond bead or the naval observatory
party Dr. Mllehell or Leander M.-o.r-mtek
observatory and oilier astronomers
or International reputation
An ees-rted press dispatch Saturday
night rrom Washington. D. :. announced
the discovery or a new star st Leander
McCormlck university Untversliy of Vir-
ginia I'roleesor (.' T. Oliver who bad .
located It In ihe voiisieilsllen Aquilla tbs
poailiun conform ng generally to that
by th3 scientists at Baker tor their
dlaeoveiy. Thus apparently Ihe two dla-
eoveries by parttea working Independent-
ly confirm each other and both relate to ?
the same slar.
I 1(11 n OUtsKRVATOHV SI I s. atTAR.
By Associated Pleas
Oreen Hlvsr Wyo.. Juna S.-I'rofesaoi
Edward I ineraon Barnard aalronomar or
Yerkea observatory here to observe yes-
terday's eclipso or the sno. discovered a
naw star or the r:rai tnaguliude laai night.
It was mu ..une. d today. The slar Is said'
to be about It degrees weat or tba alar
Armour & Company Will
Change to Stockholders'
Organization It Says
h a asocial ed Prats
Chicago June U Armour A Co lotiiabt
announced that il woutd rtuuge rrom a
closed corporation to a efcc I toldera' cois-
Pany by laaulng tigi.uoo.osi n debcniura
bonds changeable rur 7 per cent cumula-
tive preferred alock as a part of us S)(L- '
ITLIst of asset m order to procure ad-
dtttonal capital for tbe r mansion of Its
business loiake rare or war orders. Tbs
bonds which sre lo be Issued at par ;
cent have been iniderwrlllsa fey Ctat-
eggo banks and the mn-aclaon roustl-
lutes the largest single piece of financing
ever cared ror exclusively by Chicase
The bonds are to mature la six equal
InalelUnanla I rom June ti tvrt. w June.
IU14 callahla al nar a( (he unrjoo ol Use'
company bin convertible at any (line at
US' upnoil Ol (lie iHfiuer iluu sioc. av
o fe Co.'a
iiceioeni of the olse
saya that the n
uuly lisa on Uie
ISM. aaa thai ih
bonds ceueitiute lbs
Sard to reduce
To Ukluc the
President Wilson Is
Proposed as Member
of French Academy
have bu aropoaaU by the aacrelarg si
u.e acaáaaiy o( zasrrai and pullUcal art- BBV
c. to mi tías v acato. si preeeot fJM I
i.uag u the iMlilffiBT Tfes votuag w
iJuTpiav. o aaWtafir n.xt. d tbs atast
tjozt of tbeae notable aben to aniuAuMaSa SSSJ
ta tuivsooe on. lusloo ail. ttva t'renS SSSJ
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