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Showers to-da- y, but continuing warm; IT SHINES FOPs ALL probably fair, not so warm. Highest temperature yesterday, 88; lowest, 75. Petalled weather, mall and marine report on page 9. VOL. LXXXm. NO. 343. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1916. Copyright, 191B, by the Sun Printing and rublUhlng AuocMlon. ONE CENT Jerter In Oreater City and New .Nfiurk, Verb, I r TWO Elsewhera CK.NTS. BRITISH REPEL GERMAN SMASH TO REGAIN LINE Defenders Hurl Back Five Bushes in Twelve Hours Near Pozieres. GROUND BETAKEN IN COUNTER ATTACKS Australians Tenaciously Hold Trenches Against Surging Onslaughts. DISREGARD DEATH, ORDER TO TEUTONS Advance Must Be Held, Re- gardless of Losses, Ber- lin Warns Men. London, Aug. 7. The German at lacked with stubborn fury at many points along the British tine to-d- making lavish use of artillery and mn In an effort to regain ground ftcently wrested from them. But, ac- cording to the British official report, their efforts had no effect save to tn- - erwse their staggering list of dead ind wounded and to throw Into Brlt-li- h hands many more prisoners. Northeast and north of Pozieres. there the Australian are holding with Joggtd tenacity the trenches recently won nt the bayonet' point, five epa- - late attack within twelve hour were ir.ade. Two of these were launched at daybreak, following a bombardment luting all night. The Herman brought themselves Into the contested territory In a determined charge, and tor a time the Issue wavered. Coaster Attack Gala. Here and there a section of an ad- - trtnee trench was captured, but before tin position could be organised to meet a counter attack the British reserves turfed Irresistibly onward, and the Ger- man occupants were either killed or cap-tare- At 1:50 o'clock two more attack ere made with an Identical reault. All ef there advances are charscterlsed by the British as strong and well exe- cuted. Late In the afternoon another attack, this one called feeble by the British, broke down. An official statement from the Ger- man army headquatters at Berlin the capture of a trench at Po-ic- r. It Is the opinion here that this announcement was based on the tem- porary occupancy described In the Brit-ii- h report. While the main action of the day was on the Somme front there was a spiri- ted contest over n shell crater at Vouches, where the British scored a sue- - V. and artillery and tomi activity vs fir north and west as the Belgian frc.it. Kertnans Order Advance. A French correspondent on the British frent telegraphs: The Germans yesterday furiously counter attacked positions taken the iay before by the British north of Po-!er- e. An order had been given to the flits In the pozieres sector to retake from the British at whatever cost Hill HO. is shown by the order of the day itmed by den. von Huelow and read to the troop yesterday. The order said ! 'We must at what er price regain possession of the fojierci\ plateau, which. If It remain In 'he hands of the Kngllsh, would gave tfceni precious advantage Attacks lll he e) by successive waves, sepa- rate by a distance of eighty meters. Triops w.dch first cain footing on the r'.atnu must remain thereand await r.eces'ary reinforcements at whatever leu there may be. Any officer or man ho fa. I., to resist, even unto death, on the conquered ground will be summoned ImrnMlncly before a court-martia- \A nuxber of copies of this docu-r- n' were taken from prisoner. Two i'vlilons participated In the heavy at- tack. tnstrallnn Shan Cnurose. \The Australians again covered them-ih- e. with glory. One regiment, which cccipiM advanced trenches to the left t tre Itapaume toad on the edge of tae ilatt-iu- , gave proof of magnificent rerolsm in icslstlng the assaults there cf Htvar'in and Saxon regiments, hold-- g nut rtnlrally under a deluge of shot n4 shell and yielding not an Inch of rrounfl The regiment sustained appre-c.abl- e loses. hut Its courageous reals- - tsnce enabled the English commander to \e the necessary disposition to check the Herman counter offensive. \All enemy attacks against Hill ll anl the pozieres mill were repulsed, the ene-n- y suffering serious losses. The Rermsrs sent forward three strong co.'imr.s df one battalion each. The Brlllth artillery Immediately began a Wding nie of remarkable precision, hh cut down the assailants' ranks, forcing them to a nreclnltate retreat. 'fronting by the confusion of their 1\rles the British, with much prewnre of mind, vigorously attacked he Herman northwest of Posleres. Aunra'lans and troopa from County Knt haraed and at the point of th oret aptured two lines of trenches. Jn '11 they made progress about 201 \'r In the direction of Martinpulch.\ TWO GAINS FOR\ FRENCH. rh'r Cantor I. Ine af Trenches 'tween Hem Won ana loin me, Pin. .... , . . ,Jr'J iMe thiV ev Milng a line of German ''sent between Hem Wood and Ihe Jmme. Th, French alio made eoms jrerren ,.,uth of the Thlaumont work, n the Verdun frnni \virlng the day there S Vigorous CetitlriMC'l on Seconrl Pof. GERMANS MAKE PAPER FROM COTTON STALKS Discovery, if True, Boon to U. S. Manufacturers, Lincoln B. Palmer Soys. Berlin, Aug. 7. The royal material testing office at Orossllchterfelde. a uburb ot Berlin, Announce paper can be manufactured from cotton Haiku. The dlcoverv was made. It la stated. by a aerman Initltution while carrying out a commlMlon from an Egyptian ilrm given before the war. A shipment of iiikj wnien naa arrived from Egypt oeiore tne opening or hostilities waa useel for the experiment The Malk were cut and ground, boiled and bleeched and the paper mak- ing then proceeded after the usual meth- od. The rcult moved the testing office to arrive at th decision cotton stalks are a good material for making paper. Lincoln B. rainier, manager of the American Newspaper Publishers Asso elation, aald yesterday that although private and governmental laboratories had been seeking for year to And a ultable substitute for wood pulp In the manufacture of paper, nothing had been proaucea mat would stand th test, \If the Germans have solved the prob lem,\ he said, \they will have rendered the United States a valuable service. and It ought to bring millions to the Inventor of the process. The dkscovery. If true, should prove a boon to the paper making industry in this country.\ 24 AEROPLANES IN BATTLE ON SOMME British Aviators Make Sensa tional Attacks Against as Many Germans. With tub BntTisit Armies is Kpancf. Aug. 7. Work of British aviators re- cently has surpassed the wildest flights of Imagination. Aerial fights which attract sensational attention are only an Incident of the of fensive camplagn, Overwhelming num bera of aeroplanes are concentrated on the narrow front of the Somme battle In coordination with a superior, uncc.is ing volume of gunfire. The aeroplanes move In larger and larger flotillas, and there have been cases with a doren en gaged In battle on either side. The Germm first line and second line trenches. headquatters, billet\ and sup- ply depots of all kinds have been bombed. Not a village occupied by the Germans In the neighborhood of the front that has not had Its aerial bom- bardment. Dry official accounts of the Aviation Corp and their aviators' Jargon reveal a number of amaxtng feats every day. A pilot described an average experience thus: \1 first attacked a Holand, but finding a rokker oentnd turned ana maniruvrrti under his tall. He fired one gn M very close range and the Fokker nose dived and went down with a spin. If It had gone down direct It would have been \crasher \ Aviators felt the concussion 9, not! feet In the air when a brigade of Hrltlsh aeroplanes bombarded Henln Lletnrd (northeast of Arras) with a shower ot 112 pound bombs. ITALIANS PUSH FORWARD. ' Itrport Capture ot Aaetrlan Po- sition In Tufann Itealnn. ftoua. Aug. 7. Italian troops have captured strong Austrian positions com- manding communication between the Tr.ivens.nzea Vallev nnd the Ware lor. rent in the (Jader Valley In the Tofina region, save an official communication Issued to-d- by the War Office. Sev- eral Austrian attacks on the slopes of Monte Zeblo, on the Sette Communl Plateau, were checked by Italian artil- lery. On the lower Isonxo the Italians gained possesion of nearly the whole of Hill s5 and held It against violent counter attacks. Prisoners taken In yesterday's fighting by the Italians total 3,flfl. A large amount of ammunition and guns also was captured. ! MAY REOPEN RELIEF PARLEYS. I I Britain Will Xend t Memorandum j to Paste To-da- y- London. Aug. 7 The Foreign Office will tend a memorandum 10 the American Ambassador which will leave the way open for a resumption of the negotiation for feeding the civilian populations of the Herman occupied area, the conditions for which, as laid down by Great Britain, were recently rejected by Oermany. The memorandum will suggest that the United States Government can re- open the question If It considers such a step advisable or useful. GERMAN SOCIALISTS CUT OFF. French Members to Contlnne Kf-for- ls for Captured Territories. Paris, Aug. 7. The National Council t l.- - V. Un,.l . .f .hl(.h I . ImMI- n- lis quarterly session' here, adopted to - day by a vote of 1.824 to 1.07& a motion providing for the severance of Interna-tlona- l relations with the German Socialists. A resolution propored by the major- ity faction declared that the Socialist party should \continue its full efforts In national defence until the Invaded terri- tories of France are liberated and Bel-jlu- and Serbia are reestablished as free and Independent States.\ Another dliects the Socialist party to obtain from the Government \declara- tions, firm and precise, upon the purposes of the war as regards France.\ LONDON TO STOP MILK WA8TE. War Committee to Ure Munlrlpal Control of Distribution. London, Aug. s. The House of Com-mon- a war committee of prices Is pro-pari- a report on the milk supply of London and will recommend municipal control of distribution In a mnnner similar to the present postal deliveries, according to the Daily Sew, which says, \It hva been found that the present sporadic distribution by the various milk companies Involves n tremendous i .mount of overlapping, Irregularis, wa.t. and th. employment of use.). lh\f ' ; . . . I J\SS.tnStwl! via L?..'?',.J'h r.V \tared t.v. Nsw York daily 1:01 p. M. pullmsn Drawing Room tlesplng car, Nsw fork to Augista. N. T, nines, :o Kltth Av. dtv, $267,597,000 FIXED FOR ARMY BUDGET Conferees Disagree on Build ing Scheme and Personnel Increases in Naval Bill. 8. YEAR PLAN MAY GO Navy Officers to Be Promoted by .Selection Instead of Seniority. Wasmisotom, Aug. 7. National de- - fence legislation In Congress Is approach- ing completion. The conference commit tee on the army appropriation bill sub milted y a complete agreement and th conferee on the naval bill voted to disagree on the big construction pro. gramme and personnel increases, the only remaining point ot dispute In that measure, so that the lasues may be re- ferred back for quick settlement by the two houses themselves. Members of the House, the majority of whom are away on vacation, will be called back to Washington next week for a vote on the building and personnel irctlons of the naval bill.. Representa- tive Padgett, chairman of th House committee, said he would submit the conference report Thursday and call It up the following Tuesday or Wednesday for action. President Wilson, Navy Department officials and other adequate defence cl ..mplons of the Admtntstrallon, are ex- pected to tnnkc a determined effort to Induce Houso leaders to yield to the Sen- ate programme for construction of sixty-si- x vessels, eight of them to be capital ships, during 1917. The Jlousc provided for only live capital ships. If It votes to Inelst on lt original pro- visions It Is said the Senate conferees will offer to le tift the three yeir con- tinuing programme In the Senate bill as His Two Armory Wilson Amerlt-- follows problem to.dav corvlder accept the for the year. partisanship the to llrvan specimens Daniels s plomatis's. which transmuted navy officers instead the us llryan enough by seniority was accepted, hut was nf touted th. recount- - along applv officers lh)t ,torj. the of vcr;, crux war. affair Provision Uk coquetted Villa coquetted Treasury Department referred admirals promotions, We showed Seattle where agree In jtlcn favor dormant until of It aiM was agreed mai captains no rights the S7 shall mntiders retired w the thr(( conferees raiseu me general ...l '\\\7 '\' i\ arbitration Mexico respected.\ Wlltse has.,,,.,.. tnlftA tri.mendous cheer from fulled show tochange tht gold. In In nfternoon the rwsslbllltv P.!..\y.. age st years. Senator Chamberlain will Ihe nnnn.n, nIMn r nrtt in ine .SnnTI bill as .weed on car-- , $!7.S97.0nO. or Is5.00fl.0u0 In of House A report delayed several days the Department made unsuccessful effort induce the House conferees recede from tnelr Insistence on the amend- - relhed ofllcets exempt from provisiorm or tne military Among the bis appropriations is tl3.:sl,l! for aviation OVATION SriAlU.K LAtt&' Record Thlrt)-tlirr- e Vrnrs In Congrrti. Wasmincton. Aug 7. When llcan Lender Mann reminded lloue that Speaker Clark had passed his thirty-thir- d iinn'vereary ns member Congress, Itepubllrans anil Democrats and iheered the for several minutes. Hespondlng. t'lark wansn't he wanted remain In House another thirty-thre- e vears. he did know he wanted on long us he could. TO SAVE SOLDIER'S NAME. Lloyd firarge Pushes to Wnr OfrH-- r Hlililo re. London. Aug. 7. David Llovd (.eorse, Secretary for War, moved y In the House Commons for the second read- ing of the giving civilians right to appear before courts as s. to civilian members of the where accused Is In military service. was designed to lit the n( n certain official against whom been circulating. He- - plvlng to the of tm the ,,c seeking piotect the honor .nl.llor nenln.t wntk reading. liberalization \Karly Honorable Peace,\ Sptctal In Srs. Lonpo.v, Aug. 7. A agency patch from reports that Hamburg-America- n Issued cir- culars to Its ships under construction completion. It adds the prospects \early and peace\ the resumption eommerce (lerman aie bright BRITISH NOBLES WOUNDED. Lord Thynne ' I'rnnce. IiNnoN, 7 Hrlg-Ge- n the Pachvllle-Wes- t, sumptlf the Sackvl.le, Lorn Alexander Thynne, member for Hath, have wounded France. Lord Thynne la Ihe Marquis Hath. TALAS IS SAVED CHAIR. Slaer Austin Mrnols (eta Commutation. Ai.nant, Aug. 7. death Imposed Talas, convicted slayer Austin Nichols of commuted Imprlhonment was recommended by the Talas was of st degree OAKLEIOH VERY ILL. Reported to Critical Con- dition Operation. PouoHKMPsie. Aug. 7. nakteigh Thome New York wi y to he a critical s relapse following an acute appendicitis. AMERICA MUST BE FIRST, HUGHES SAYS Opens Campaign With Housing Meetings Detroit. HE MEETS WORKINGS. EX Want Government Run on Efficiency Scale They Follow. Dctboit, Au. 7. Charles K. Hughes opened his campakn for the Presidency with a bang opened It a of bangs, in fact, besides addressing an audience of 2,f00 at Ar- cadia Halt J.OOn at to- night he made no other specchea sundown. The day a heavy rain which In In the early evening, con j tlnued till midnight, the In which the main nddries delivered were packed to overflowing. Moreover, the Ind the exhusl-- ' astlc support of every crowd which fnced. He charmed his hearers by talk-- 1 Ing In Detroit as when he, said: \If a manager were to ap- pointed an automobile factory would jou appoint a man bad nevir seen an automobile?\ Industrial Preparedness. question was put In the course of an excoriation of the Ad- ministration. Americanism wns the theme addresses. Mr ' Hughes neov-slt- y for national Industrial pie-- 1 p.iredti'Ms to meet the problems nrlslnic I after the war, ridiculed tru (Administration's handling of tho .Mexl-- 1 lean situation, insisted on th- - protection of nssalli-- 1 Memo- - we're In danger of having to go to wln dp.,, ,,, t,ame. 1 have .not a particle of militaristic spirit In . svstem. but If I am President 1P declared ItrpublU-a- n stands not for n prosperity produeeil by war but a prosperity produced by a sound Amerl- - ,.nn principle. \I going to make myself known to the people of the I'nlted States.\ Mr another his audience At the first meeting or evening. In Arcadia Hall, the ker was Introduced by John Mangun, chairman of the Kepubllcan State Central Committee. At the second meeting In the tlu.ird Armory wo by Mayor Musi Supreme. Mr. Hiishcn at at Aicadla Hull spoke In pirt as \You the of the sudden Introduction a large Mien population You did leinaln Indif- ferent. set nn example In in alt America . ard we point to Detroit as the place in land there has shown a Uick'ii-In- g Interest In the development, train- ing and Americanising alien men ami women who have rome to hmd \It Is perfectly to a sentiment American if jjn,, who come among u a.s strangers nim meiely In be exploited. When we wnn-r- this country we as- sume obligations with iepe. t.i training, as as granting privileges, wo to be awake to thee obligation, to realize 111 evny -- ' ' \ cram- - wun ine larm proiec- - it and big prcrnmme ,,,. , ,, a,tvp,..,,P(1 Mrs Mav Wllto of Unit f In ?eh-itlo- of sept Secretary some Secretary s plan for promotion and d -- h- said were gold, of by selection of \HM Administration kept tit thought well of them to so war speaker In pass them to the Treasury that It would to , nf the M. xlcan troubles ipartmet-.- t with recommendation that lower rank than that of was war. a very Ignoble .the l Investigated. made for a hoard of nine we w.th and we The the to bass on lx , u!l cj,rranM, n matter to the assay olllc. nniet each case. to Hny bandit w ho could ill lay Jones are ooi promoui wmir roii-n-o- tulwar to protect our when itflc of be retired, and that com- - .other side knows we're too proud to light not promoted be at 45 I have had an exhibition during and lieutenant-commander- s at I\. The yrnTt hlch. 1 confess, rills awo retire-j,n- e , 111 ... i. . . . . . i A.I.. ...... . L. I . . . 1 .vmrricaii rigius in . \'i'' by ee In the are I rrs.rt that Mis. nf t\ mat she Is .. v,i(HII) employed the Dodge Into fact I am \\ ?hc nl.mt ihe when there Is not . : ment limit rrnm : to call up ; ,.' rl The rled ex- - ces. the bill. had been while War, an to to Hay cone. armv ! I TO I Ilnnae Ilia nf the to-d- .i Jut a of arose Mr. said he sure to the but to stay BILL Aid of bill the and hnve court In cases tho not This hill ense War Otllce rumors have a that nnme , divulged, Secretary was \to of ....,. Irkh before nominee satisfied making Speak- er Measure or- - to Involving dishonor.\ '\\ n to to third do,l\ w'r' ,h'\ ' f1 to of human life, to of those things 21 GERMAN BUILDING, reeled with human understanding purpose want America In HanitinrpT-Anirrlra- n Look forithe mind heart of every In and Cable lmpntcl Tnr. news des. Geneva the Line customers thnt twenty-on- e nearlng that of nn honorable and ' under the ttag Xncl. vllle-Wc- sl nnd i hot In t Aug Hon Charles John heir pre. to title nf Ilaron and George of Parliament been In fifth of the of FROM of Mrs. A. The sentence on Onne of Mis. A. New York, was to life by.Gov. Whitman The Judges of Court of Appals. convicted til murder. TH0RNE In After of city reported In condition. He has (or In Same ns Me with series for and the fewer than four was hot, and act but hall- - two were he the latsguige, bo for who For This of both night the iltlclcncy Kuropc.tn Americans abroad, no of \The party am Hughes told of the D. Light he introduced Marx. the have here of You I this of of this epcu sound of unity admit men and to their well nnd have and that and land pim able that ment said been US one have for bill Its ' th\ nil .on- - and We tlrst and one this has are i son for the Re had the nnd lie not one Idle ami the guage and to have repl.i foielgn to have re- place have a leallr.a- - HOn mil iniS IS 11 COUnilV HOI Slllipiy For Better \But Is not n Innd the man talent of This Is the home the average man. The man, the man who Is doing his his talent or And In our largo' aro In one we want n nf human hood In for the those who make the weilth this great , \We want men o tie safe. from eveiy that tan ne We want health the looked nfter: every means which the pmper of means pro - Vllll'll I'll M\\I \I't'i '.'- - ate means for In the who Is In his Job and e xpects to In l. . l.h m.CTh. tn T.A . n a . It A H (inilll? III'. .' ...r. worth while for n on Fourth HEAT KILLS ONE AND 18 ARE PROSTRATED unKcririg disregard Spokane Cabinet commander. dtsiuisl- -' Senator VTbrarbUrslde ouXn tomohll. rheers Itepub- - martial demand Isetterment spoken, American sentiment American Welfnre. America aptitude nrdlmry vvhilever aptitude Industrial gatheied together recognition providing country. working .guarded pmvlded conducts training, continue. Humidity, OH ; Temperature, 88 Weather Promised Tha sultry of con- tinued over from day before, waa the cause one and eighteen the city. The man who dWd was John 60, 437 West He over- come at and Eleventh avenue last night nnd dropped In front of an truck owned by the Colonial Hand On of the wheels fractured his skull. Th highest at the Weather Bureau was RS, two degrees lower than cn Sunday, Thermometers In the street, however, 0 de- grees and more. It was the as usual, which made the day try- ing. This was !8. equalling the highest mark so far this season. There was little air moving, but It brought a light patter of rain In the af- ternoon, which foiled to affect the appreciably. For y the forecaster predict a of the warm spell, relieved somewlmt by thundershowers. On he predicts n probable coot ing, with moderate south winds, later changing to northwest. S.1 MAKE SILVER GOLD Eiicourflired Woman's \Dis- covery\ for Transmutation of Washington, Aug 7. M...,. I..... ..,.1 win. t Brnpo Jul--- . William .1. Hryan tit Stnt lent his t . nn effort to silver into gold. I i I wrote to th I. Mr. Wlltse's claims bo ' given ! Mnally the otllclals In the assay office lent her n ple.-- of silver and told her to go ahead an.l traii-mut- e It. days m-i- ai ami t reuencK j - wewey. ni ine tne of her helng able to make such a change. I supplied her with some of our purest s.Iver After n few days she delivered to me some globules of metal coated with Hrongly ndh-ren- t material. On careful test this gave a faint reaction gold, but It was tco slight to mem anything and may Just as well hnve come from the mate-- 1 rial from the It was undoubt- ed I v due to Impurity In some used by Mrs. Wlltse.\ j DISAPPEARS FROM VI nu ns F. llrsni l.enves Three I. Hehlnd. The .N'ew llngland t estenlaj that on the arrival of the stenmer Providence nt 1'atiirdav morning it was found thnt a \titeroom bv a man who had e ven tt-- name of F S. Kvans bid not liei-- occupied. Three si .iled mid stamped, were on the bed. beside a note to the captain, which lead t \I hope nn action In ending mv life ...... . ..n linit.J .(.!.. ..lit M..W-- . ...in nnj. no in- - i ,ui muni. Me iiai t'.fe l.tteis are foi my action, I elo-- e. . s, Kvans,\ The h were were addressed to Mrs M. P Seeley, lt.1 moon Mrcei, I , .mihs Marie 'ii .viiuersoii. ureal luamnnil Island, STUBBORN SOLDIER GUILTY. II 1 1 1 l,i ittu n Who to Take (In Is unvli-trtt- . Col t'Miit's, N M, Aug. 7 Lewis O, . ..iiiiin'1, ii in, lie ill me ,ew Mexico Infantry, was found guilty by a general couri-martl- il here on a charge nf falling to subscribe to the Fed- eral oath vvlilrh would muster him the service of the I'nlted States with his company June 1 just verdict, together with the recom- mendations of board, which not made was f rwarded to the Sec. retary of Wnr bv Lieut. Col George K. Slockle, president ONE IN RIOT. Another In Conflict nt llnrre, Mnsa, Iari::, Maes Aug 7 One man was Killed, another seriously wounded and several pers ins received minor miring a rt\t near tie m:lls of the Harre Wool Combing The trouble followed nn attempt of the to reopen their plant with new empl\) ees in of stilkers. -- i.\ l f i KU'ililH lie- - foie the ills'ui bapee was quelled, Tollaskl, a strlktr. was hit In the breast by a bullit and died within a few minutes. Charles Lokus, striker, wa shot in the right and taken to the City where his condition r tl to he critical. thcte must . a well ornanu. .Me , .Mi.. .n.vrtle Ander-ganlne- d effort to supreme List Th't t.v elehih street, Man-I- n thought of every who conu s , hnttnn. Into the community, the lan-- 1 . accusntlons opportunity The passed \... LINERS Co. announcing singularly conimu-tatio- n operation emphasized understood sentiment, Ideals foreign Ideals, to simply for of special or of best occupations whete thousands; servtco brother- - welfare of of injury prevented. the of worklngmcn to standpoint living; for education, vocational, workltigmaii J\\ something community Conflniierf Pitt)'. Cooler spelt yesterday, the of death prostra- tions throughout .McOlhcney, of Klfty-slxt- h stiect waa Forty-thir- d street automobile Company, temperature registered registered humidity, especially continuance Wednesday .Metal. Hesldes trying svrclary countenance tram-mut- - Washington Department commending consideration. Several r.uirne.i. tiureau or mixture for as metal. reagent SOUND BOAT. Heulstereil Steamship Company Providence on enraged letters, addressed, mulled? Apologising letteis, forwarded, oiisnKrepsie Hi y into The the were publle. KILLED STRIKE crliiistv Wonnded Injuries' Companv mill olllclals plate Several Tony another side Worcester Hospital, community AmerUa IMPORTANT NOTICE! Because of the grnve shortage of paper in this country, copies of The Sun, morning and Sunday, and of The Evening Sun, aro now le from newsdealers, along with the Times, the World, the American and the Tribune. To make sure of getting your copy of Tho Sun, every morning, every evening nnd every Sunday, do not fail to leave a standing order with your newsdealer. S$WL CAR STRIKES SETTLED FOR 7,600 MEN; GREEN AND RED LINES YIELD TO UNIONS; PEACE FOR 3 OTHER SYSTEMS TO-DA- Y WHITRIDGE PLEDGE TO ARBITRATE GIVEN Public Service Records Show That Oscar Straus's Charge Is True. DURING STRIKE IN 1913 Chairman Stevens Had the Promise of Railway Presi- dent Placed on Minutes. An examination of the records of the Public Service Commission, now temporarily In the possession of the Public Service Commission In this city, showed yesterday that Oscar H. Straus, chairman of the commission, was right when he said that Frederick W. Whit-ridg- e, president of the Third Avenue Knllwnv Comnanv. had failed to keen his promise to submit to arbitration tho i difference., between employees and the ' company. Chairman Straus had blamed Presi- dent Whltridge for the present Htrlke, and Mr. Whltridge, from his summer home In Scotland, denied that lie had mnde any such agreement as the Com- missioners charged. Mr. Whltrldur quoted. Mr. Whltridge said In 1913. when hu appeared before the Public Service Commission at the time of a strike on the Yonkers railroad, now part of the Third avenue system \1 hav e not only accepted your propo-- 1 jew are to to work morul- a I have asked the men to re-- , . . . .. ... I arbitrators eeted miim,r at au- - silver every I'li'iiii.-n- , when found m,, rh. irake ltlon. turn to work and I have begged them to return to work. I accept your propo sition as you usked me to do, because you made It.\ Following are the two most pertinent nnrl.r.tih. In 1,a iipiiihiuiI fe whltridge agreed to accept and which Chairman Stevens of the commission ,rew tlp; Thnt th- - ennan.. na ti,. .v,n mn.lder all matters In dlfferenco and (ha, nn. lrmUers upon which they shall i, ,i,i. . -- ,. .h.tt .,,i.,ui..,l m subject of arbitration shall be nrbl- - trau-.- l \ Possible Violation Touched tL'prn. At that same time the question nf Mr. Whltrldge's posslbln violation of the agreement was touched upon. This came about when W II. Fltscernld, spokesman for the men. urged that the agreement be put In writing and signed by Mr. Whltridge. This was not done, however, because Chairman Stevens didn't think it was necessary, believing that tho of- ficial character nf the proceedings was sutnclently binding. Jle expressed this rp.nlon as follows: \My dear sir. If Mr Whltridge does rot stand by what the commission has said he eould not exist nor live In n civilised community fur live minutes. He could not do It. lie has got to stand by what he has said here apd It is not n mntter of personal recollection. \It Is a matter that will be record d here, nnd you will have a copy of It Jut exactly as It stood, and ir lie snniini or withdraw one hnlr fmm it, his ioltlon In this community In the city of New York would be absolutely Intoler- able, nnd he could not live here. The linger of scorn would be pointed nt him, nnd he would be ostraclied by all decent men.\ Oscar Straus, repenting bis charge that Mr Whltridge had brought on the strike of the Third avenue employees, said estcrday: \I don't go off half-cocke- d I am sorry that Mr, Whltridge does not remember the statement and repudiates It.\ AGAIN FOR POLICE. trlke Hrttlenient Ilejiilcea 1(00 llliieeonis Cniun Itrsnwril. Police Commissioner Woexli yesterday nermlllrd no telaxation oi m vigi ' lance established by the police since the start of the strike. He had his full force on duty However, when nt 1 o'clock prospects of n settlement appeared bright lie sent orders to Chief Inspector Max Schmllt-berge- r to restore vacations to the 900 men called In by the strike. In appreciation for their real the Commissioner added another day to the time of the vacation men, The police camp at Fort Wadswnrth was ordered reorganlned, A force of men will begin their military training period EIGHT HURT IN QUEENS, strikers Attribute Accidents Ineirrlenred Mnlormrn. Working with iVJl abridged scliedute, the New York and Queens County line resumed operation yesterday morning Seventy-liv- e cars of the system were taken out under police guard lllght persons suffered Injury because of the lack of experience of tne drivers, the strikers said Five persons u.,r.. hurt when a motor box blew up i ad caught fire at Stelnwny and Van- - deventer avenues, onn man wns struck by a trolley In the Hunter's Point sec- tion and two lojal workert wero at- tacked by strikers. None of the Injured Is In serious con- dition. TAKE 5 SHARKS AT OYSTER BAY Lara-ra- t Nearly II Fret l.nnsr Slahl Frlahlens Hnthrr. Oystf.r Hat, 'L. I., Auk, 7 - Five sharks, the largest nearly eleven feet long, vvete caught In Iong Island I Hound, off Centre Island, by Opt. Daniel W. Smith and Charles Devoe, two veteran fishermen of O.vster Hay. The big fish were harpooned near the entrance to Oyster Hay harbor anil dragged up on the beach of the Col gate lloyt e.uate niut kllliil Willi stonee. .There were many bathers In the vicinity and Ihe sight nf the dead sharks quickly drove them out of Ihe water In addition to the five sharkn caught, j Capl. Smith said he sighted many more. New York Railways and Third Avenue Directors, After Hours of Debate, Approve Terms Ratified by Workers RESTORE SERVICE AT ONCE Second Avenue, Queens and Richmond Walk- outs Also to End Wages and Hours to Be Readjusted Strikes of the 7,600 car men employed by the New York Railways Company (tho green car lines) and the Third Ave- nue Railway System (the red car lines), including the Man- hattan, The Bronx Westchester divisions of that railway, were Settled Inst night. On the same basis, evolved by Mayor Mitchel, tho strikes on the Second Avenue Railway, the New York and Queens County Railroad and the lines owned by the Richmond Light and Power Company will be settled to-da- y. The heads jof those companies have been invited by Mayor Mitchel to meet Chairman Straus of the Public Service Commission and him- self at City Hall at 10 o'clock this morning. The men on the Third Avenue Railway system and on the York Railways expected return this slightest VACATIONS and ing wun ine promise oi ine railway omciais inai uygones shall be bygones.\ Full service will be established immedi- ately on both lines. \We have won the strike,\ said President Mahon of the international carmen's union. \Practically every demand we made has been granted. We started out to get the recogni- tion of the union and we have won it. \We sought the proposition of having the company deal with its men in their disputes without prejudice, and we won that. The men can return to work without prejudice. \There will be a grievance committee at each of the barns to straighten out trouble. As for wages, they will be adjusted on August 20, and every man will get a square deal.\ Terms Ratified by Both Sides. 'Tin tb.kli'il In 1p:iI1i,\ nnld tlio Mayor. Ills face Ik'uihIuc us lie , llie- - now a from Pri'slilptU I. Shonti of tho New York Hull-way- s nt !:-- 0 dVltii'l' liit ululit Unit thi'illii-'L'iortiUMi- Unit lltif. uftrrM'Ven limns of di'lmti! iiinoiii; tlii'inetvcs ti tul it tlir-t- ' ntiil niH'-linl- f lur with the Miiynr nml Mr. Strnil-.- . Iiml riitllli-i- l the ti'rnix tf imrt-oiiu'ii- Furl lor In lli.i tlnv tilt' striUtTS Oil tilt N,,v York KMlhvny Hail pfllfl' t'llllllltlull'\. \Again I want to congratulate you,\ said Chairman Straun to thv Mayor over the telephone from the I'ublli; Service Commission, where the lenders, President William U .Malum of the carmen's union, William H. Fltzm rald. the leader of the New York strikers. Hugh Krayne. organizer of the American Federation of Labor, ami LouU Friillitrr. cimiisel, wero waiting with otllclals of the Third Avenue , tern to take nctlon similar to that mlopted by the New Yor.t nal,wa,s , Company. I Third ssenue Ci.pMnlnte.. i It was alter tne inciioii oi tin- - York Hallways directorate that Ldwlu A. Maher. Sr.. nf the '1 hint Avenue ltailway Company, agreed mi be- half of his illiit torate to make the sanie terms with the strikers and asked the men to return to their car barns as soon as . D.rectors of the New York Hallways, i xhausled after tin Ir liiativ hours of during which tbev kept the strikers, the Mav or and the Public Ser- vice ComuusMnners waiting, left their hi rd room at D5 Hroadway at '.' M j o clock. They bad tittle to eept that they bad not tec gnUrd the union , \It nnans rtu end to the strike on the New York Hallways.\ said Mayor Mitchel. \It means an end to the strikes on the othif lines and a prevention of in i (tension \f the Mrlkes in other lines It means a resumption of full service immediately nnd a rontlnuati n of thit service. I'm glad they ve done it.\ .lieu Hnve Itlulit In tlrtuinlir. The terms on which the strikes on the New York Hallways and the Third Ate. line Hallway svstem were n tiled aie Identical. The men have received the right to oiganire without Interference) on the part of the the promise of the right to select a committee of workmen ti confer with the romp my. the adjustment of wnscs and working conditions by the ind of committees nf employets ami rninpani s hIIIc'iiIh or thioiigh arbitrator and the return of tv men to work with tit piejudlte Tin- men In return promise not to try to rinsed shop ' The company officials tgiee to all these conditions, but icMive the control of ii'l matters pi naming to the efficiency of tin men The strikers wen- - Jubilant tart night i at the meeting la the Ljceiim. wheie Leaders Mahon anil l'llKeiald received their sanction of the tenn anil told them to go li.ii l to work They felt, liny had won the right of tiui.inl7.lng! all the carmen in New York cltv. The directors of the two companies, however, assert that the) had not recognlred the union In any shape or form 'This Is as iood a as has ever been made In i strike,\ sal'l Fi2-geral- d at a meeting of eniplnjec.i last night, \You fought for recognition of your organization and ou got It You will have a lepresentatlve nf )our looking after your Interests. All we sought has been n cotnplu-hrd- . go back to work nnd carry no chip on your shoulder. Keep your mouths olos.-- and say nothing Let It be a silent victory on your part. If there Is any trouble around the barna do not get excited. The committees vv,ll be here if anythln- - happen?, \Do not cause any commotion nbout the barns Do your work Just ns faith- fully and n little better. I thank ou men for the way you havo parlli Ipa'ted In tills snuggle nnd the coiilbtetico von have Iiml in uv. I can safely Pay that If yon stick to your union vv will havo tin- - it of New York.\ Xn ( tinnier Proposal to l'lilou. While tbe directors of the New Yolk M.tllwavs, hemletl by August Htlmont, debated long nnd heatedly ovt r thu terms of the ngrrcmelit tiiev tlid not Hicct'cil in getting the Miyor and Chair- man Slrau to accule to their propol-t.o- n of submitting a cuut.t.r rf.roposl-tlo- -i to the utiMn. The work of adjusting the differences between the s .1 ml th linn,.. leade's licg.u, on Sunday, nnd during th two d.,v the traction d.rectors or tho 'n \'r canie -dt. Jar-e- prupnsltlnns fiom both sides '\'li\, M M,lCl1'1 Mr' Straus the union tit- n to meet tnem in conference, in the ll.tr Assm-in- Hon i:ii' iiiuiiu M.imn, who .tun ni\s; of tint talk, nr. most tracut ale Mr. Mahon w.is ready to agiee to a tliot did not In l.ttcr but did in 'V'rt tecogntzn Ihti un.on. Propnsnl by Carmen's I'nlun. After tlin union men and the otllclals hid d,scu.si.,i th (.(tuition for several lemis MesM, M,i,n, Fitsgera.d, Fni tie and Fridlgep submitted their agreement to the Mayor and Chairman Mr.nif. In t i following letter. \WV have cntefullv considered tho suggestions that jou have made tons looking to a settlement of the strike on Ihe New York It.tllwavs Company's lines, and we herewith submit to ou, ,p nm, Willi the suggestions tint yrl havo made, the following propositions. \If these propo-itiyn- s rrn put Into Hie shape of nn asieenient a' l signed. we would bo willing to submit Hum llll'lledl.tttly to our people nn. I recon,- - nicr.il that they be otccpied bv them ai a settlement of the present strike. \I The emplojeea hive ,t legal and moril ilglp. in oignuUe, t,n,i u,,, coin-- ( pan pledges that It wl'l not mierftrn with the t'liiplo.vees In thc.i ever isi'.g of these lights to organize, el' her by liilluildatl mi, coercion, tllsc'i.trge, or ill anv sit' it wn) . \\. The rnmpmy will tecelve ird treit with the cominltlee nf the upon any nnd all questim,, i,,,,t lV aile belWeen t. 'It'll! Tills ,i.jil. llee to select sui'h spokesmen or mlMseis iih they may choose to Mir it), without any objection on the pan of ine compaii), and tne v will in no way Inierfein Willi the , te tion of Hie coliiniltteca of employ eis .1 That the questions of wagn nd working conilllloiis n.t tin anil the coinp.in.v eh tl he 'a'ten up by ami thiough a ronim ti... of tn etllplo.sees Willi til\ nlllt l.'ils of Hi i. puny on a date to be ;igieed upon he. ivvien tilt in such date not t'i he utter th. in the Ii day of August, Km;. \I If the nbovo In agieed in .mil nr. ceiited. It is further agietd tint the sh.il1 ie late off the str'ko nnl return to work immedlttel) In th posi- tions they pror to t ie tin o f going on strike, without pirji.dice \Th.s iiiriement to be underw rliti-- bv his Honor, Mayor Mitchel, and by thu lion. Oscar S. Straus, clutraun, ot the

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