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THE TIMES-NEW- S. OF WOMAN'S LAND ARMY SOLDIERS I 'AttRtVUtylo iM&lflON MEfi .. " ' 'DRIVE" ARMY. ,!., London. (iermnny'g great offensive on the western front has been re-'! , , mimed. ,f Willi only brljfrilTrvpriryfin, two blows hayLjijujtru,.Jy .t'le Teuton armies, which have beuii reor- e In Flanders, the Germans have gained virtually nothing, but, further south, the Jlerlln offlclul statement claims that the German crown prince's troons have carrlAl the whole rldee of Chemln-des-Iijiqieah- tl A&& jriow pgr. Fearful Fighting. The attack In Flanders .are '.J''- - agutnst I of Yankee Encouraging Al While German Who Had Adopted Tactlca of Sneering at American Change Their Tune. lies, 1 1 e hat-flo- s fighting on the LADS ARE PLAYING THEIR PART IN STRENGTHENING BATTLE FRONT. KHAKI-CLA- Myriad Washington. General Increase Tor nearly two million railroad employees wure annruoced Sunday by lirector Xiviiocal MAloo effective next Satur- w vii 13 in lank H.u. iiii;iiaijr 4, currying out substantially the 'recommendation of the railroad wage f ?Tla' ftgjjregate of;-thtroY)utly will be more thun :100.000,000 a year, half of wtrteh will I d1strlbutet within a few weeks as .pay' lU'iiiip sums ranging froni . about 10u to nearly ?M0 eucli. The director general departinl from coiuiuUslou'a recotMhienda-tlon'- s rt'wage in the following partlculiirg. The principle of the basic Mht-hou- r day Is recognized, but owing to the exigencies of the war 8ltuutl'in, hours of employment are not aerially reduced overtime Is to bejmld' pro yatar. firtiire adjustments of pay are ;io.Dc,inade on the basis of elgli hours. In addition to the ordlnary-ulof Itioreasts day laborers employed Dialn-lon track work are to get.' at' least 2.V cents an hour more thatV't)ey 1 ganized sluco. jlUas.trous losses, were liilllct(Hl..itljiu)?jr tUtt.JOJivU an IJrltlKh mrnffcrh. I'leiirfty iiftrf 'Wiuri-tier- s ) in March and April. One ultiick-- was rtdf thii lift- - front Voormer.elu3j & 1 i$tfji'Ci u til w 3 ? mile Ypres; the other, on a thirty-fivfront, from Pin on, north of Kolusons,, ''the; to Rhelms. This ia knwtf the Jf Three Hundred; Million Dollars a Year Added to the Pay. roll of Railroads, Increase' Retroactive to Lat January. e V.", rs Morl'-'Tha'- One Attack on the L'inS fron vo'ormev zeele to Locre, Southwest of Ypre; the Other on Thirty-fivMil' Front in Alnse Sector. jsr; ( AND THE HUN WOMEN. GRANTED RAISE IN WAGES. REORGANIZED BY" y positions taken by the French May 20, when they recaptured III. .. , last Ixcre, and strengthemnr fhMrMyiA Jn--j A mlulmum of 55 cents ait liour Is each side or tun , wiucn tney nna retaken a few days before. established for the shop trades, tlndiid-InOne the Alsne front, the present uiuchlnlKts, bollermakers und blacki battle recalls the fearful fighting jof smiths; and, Women are to receive the nnine pay last Milliliter alone the Chetnln-des- ffrmifn fr nwrtftntiejauie work am? negroes i Dumes, crown prince hurled "his 'men against are to get the "same as whltr ibed fur i the French positions, only to we them Imllar employment. To work out a multitude oflint'quall-tle- s crushed and beaten. year seven divisions were engaged la the of pay aniong employees: doing German attacks along this line. similar work In different localjllet. and The nitric here Is really In the nn other injustices "riiUKed by Varying ture of allriVstrulghtcnlng oTVratian; rutes o0 employnu-'a- t atjd coriflttlon of tlie j dlrttor Vcnerul It Js,4)c1iik lua6ched Jfrom I41611 shII cenfeViand U' Alined af 4uV. elh"6W''1il onljtioq, and crrjorfSfJif' itf .Vojird cm wao-tlfyxiiV durjnij tlufllitlBi Itjk '?.?"i;Wjrf'UC'oti!stlnif if three IMcardy In March and April. Here, labor lepretntutlves and tliufe railmust luce however, the way vet ullves, AvVk'V will coiict hivet'sjtUiW and rnC'fiumend wancj(JiY4r',.wJili;'e JfcfWjl' Cupied hjr'the French "for long perhwls wage and oilier eniploymeutVrhangek. '' i and which cnn be defended easily.' ' - - . f'rt(,'il&tll Dei-embe- r til I ..... m j .u " The comforts and pleasures of social life hava been foregone by many patriotic girls who are now busy tilling the soil to raise bountiful crops for Uncle Sain. These two farmerette riding their team back to the barn after a strenuous day' work In the fields are member of the New Jersey division of the Woman' Land Army of America. IN OF DRAFT AGE TO WORK OR FIGHT g 53' - whrtlli-jnlrt't.3T- f tM-- tariruel.f tommnnd ft :rjaF57Hc..TOP. Oversubscribe Fund LoyaUAvtrlcas- the at by 0er Dollar. Million Twe.lv American Ked for. ,f? flOf,o.OtK) flr.'U.l,ifn.,yrm,F, .ifiucft "f fprcc. illd not lu'l'l scoqd wnrt fund was oversuoncriOed or Ainu . .aoirih of the 'jdndVy ,6y more jlhap". twelve million d'oflnrs 1he exact 'tofnL kerording to rfliTii'V Komplleir nyffM' 'ftel 'rowi hre. Is tl 12.07;KM. ht of teadijuartera aftrAPJh.f rf)w'PrbvM-iH- r TK InsuliV and" fortltn"' divisions r r.nvip-t.nwiklaaJ of noimnli-e lead ihMllr with subscription . .4 lo JirU.U An and.U!.' fji'minn York iew 1iT. Greater pf irtrtivl!tn in tlw aptouut nrivrTtroiiinn iriniti'ver success was lejfiljfsaJT ; attained by his rollescun further north. Contrlbutel, with $i'l,O)0,:wi. V Is It probable that Amerlrn,Vronj2 Utah Goes Over the Top.; are eneaeed in the flchtlng f t"ih nty. I'tah ha again ; a war hberul'crlleI Its allotment-t: the battles on the French fund, aeoordlng to report cmergeaj-RAIL RATE IS RAttCD renderejl by the Itcnl Cross drive "Sult Iike City and county Sweeping Advance l.ruFcght j and has sul!crllod nearly i.(H In exPasaen0e;.Charg'e. ':' ."i.tM, Wu hx I n "n . V. a n n 1 vrnfl l rec cess t the amount asked.f ! alove tor Oencml raising jjtftlk' rt.e slate Is almost $l.",0isi freight rotes otTft Vasis f iB jM-- cef.Lf the 1U"; Iut the drive Is hot " I'tahns are coiierrmtl. nitrf. and pnswtieer fares to '3 are steadily coming and aholiHliing all IKui'frifrnHtnte as subscription 'I freight and pofcsenger rsles. shows In. that the average Inereane will be high UEUT.' THOMAS R. DARDEN er than 5 bit 4 fr-yt- y 4 eoiq-mltte- -- - . r f,flaft" wiin.e imie l':jr ti,orart.''id tratlon. either? on U ayi ailsnlnj- - Inifln'ry after recelvlngWgKviflii fru xiufi per and state or loeal authorities or by order of the Interstate commerce whleh has power t and modify the whetlulen. Tliis will not prevent the new rates from going Into effect, however, passeneer fsre on June 10 an Varlcht tnriffs on June for She liinnIl"n, T.'t' the "J,e of At commlaninn, .t' Red Cross, Y. M. C. A. and Staff of Experts Already on the Ground to be Followed by Infantry, Machine Idler. But Draft Registrant OccupaEngaged In tion to be Haled Before Local Board. 'Wft nd Is" hot iuf "nded to rnnM..ry off Inter complaints and hearing hp'n.TblV.y ut v . ft irvT - - i on a mil i. In .fidtiitnVii to plt r iV loc-n- nH-rato- deH-nden- would be fighting shoulder to shoulder with the Italians on their front. Itecent reixirts from Home have quoted King Victor Kmmunuel ns ex pressing a desire to see American sol dlers on the Italian front, and It has been well known that Italy, as a whole, would welcome American fighting forces. Official announcement, how-evewas not given until Friday by the war department that the I'nlted States would meet this wish. It Is presumed that word of the proposed action was withheld to form a fitting climax for the Italy day celebration. when the people of Italy and the Unit ed States pledged faith one to the other. In referring to the Intention of the United State government to send part of Its fighting forces to Italy. Mr. Maker said that there were already In Italy representatives of America. "The Itel Cross Is there," he said "carrying the message of our heart and hand to Italy. The Young Men's Christian association Is extending It work there, and the Amertfan army Is already represented lu Italy by a large and Important staff of expert who are studying Italian method of warfare, and we have sent to Italy a substantial number of our army's sanitary corps, so that we have doctors and nurse of the American army already there. "Hut I see. and In the no distant future. American Infantry, American machine gun units and American artillery shoulder to shoulder with the Italian on their front line." r, LIEUTENANT FONCK 2-- 1 X r e-- e r v;i;-:,- ' 1 s t, lit:" alnifltic thomar. n Ijttln-Amert-cs- n )ira-Crma- t? N5. i Ss tjrn " a-- h i. ' DwidingL.Ceal Suffpty. If -: IV umlMTiiiM h-- r that considerably In exce of fliwi.ss fsri ot, of Mtomlnon eosl wi; hsve -- Wiftitiuiio;-j,lt- .' in ."ll-r-r:LtT"ff- 'V .7 toent and diainhutloo will he by dred fnen have been tsken r- 1 Sister af Patriot Die Roundig Up Draft Evader. ttisn sit .fhoenls, A rf. t - rn slate. m liv .u.:f In , rrt tfO-- t tirl'inff Iti? fn-tsw- nriter It, ui.'...Mvf. liegI draft Vhfnis a ronndittg np hfo- - trva-d- lv In Workhouse. Wa In bv the desth in the Nevada Draft Evader Killed. Fallon, Nev. l'anl Walter, alleged tmwtrt Tbnrwlar draft evader. ho shot and killed Sher' itntihrm the iff Mark Wilde of Churchill county hospital known a Soffit lrf.Jin Union, t Mr. F.mily was killed In an alkali swamp six mlb Iti'Set;. ; iter of the late Charles from I'arron. Nev, Friday by "Skin-ncj- " j Stewart Farr-ell- , famous Irish patriot, l'ashat, an Indian trailer. ImbliO. A eiistnn rsue d RUSSIANS HATE JAPANESE. Seed Corn Offered. Washington. The department of ha announced that re-Darden, who I agriculture J..tiut..' see. corn Is stored at point agstun now hosting fevr tank on the French here inixt faiiiillnr with for distribution by express front, is credited by a Washington edi- ciiTecicTit In the com belt for late to fsruH--r affairs, profess to see In It the torial writer with being the man wh Lieutenant Fonck la credited with formnfier of more dirert action. oo- - ecu'ed a commutation allowance for planting and r"planting. It can le els enemy planee In one day downing j,nr hcd from the department at recently. He already had IT to hie away cost. credit. 4 U fioiL aVHe Ten Thouaafid Men Quit Work. VUWt a.VifM-Ca- e Utahn Honor Italian. A Uri'iafi submarine hs Newport V .Halt like C3ty. Utah Joined with Vancouver, B. C. In obedience to fnafcler of that the a'Ttritifi Mondsy B,jnfc' a German submarine off the order of the Metal Trade Coun- all Amerlea Frtdny In doing honor to atesmer whi-came Info port last Vincent The whole crew off'spe the cil. tiifd Wednesday night, shipyard the gallant ally, Italy, upon the occaWednesday reported that he had fired enemy craft perished. The d si ruc- worker Said by union offiicsl to num-b- r sion of the third annlverary of the five hof at a submarine l.V) mile tion of the German submarine rmiiwr nearly lopnt) null work In Hrltish entrance Into the world war of the off tha Vlrplnla rape. , , Columbia shipyard t'ok plsce In a h'nvy . Romans, Thursday. hrMw rftotii pi only Idlers, hut all draft registrants engaged In what are held to be occupations, are to be haled l beforeboards and given the choice of a new Job or the army. Gambler, race track and bucketuhop attendant and fortune followers head the lint, but those who will be reached by the new regulations also Include waiters und bartenders, theater ushers and attendants, passenger elevator of and other attendant clubs, hotel, stores, etc., domestic nd clerks In stores. Deferred classification granted on t account of will be disregarded entirely In applying the rule. A man may be at the hot torn of class I, or even In class 4, but If he falls within the regulation and refuses to take useful employment he will be given a new number In class 1 thut will send him Into the military service forthwith. luteal hoard' are authorised to uae discretion only where they find that enforced change of employment would result. In disproportionate hnrdshlp upon his dependents. It had been known for some time thnt some: form of "work or fight" plan had teen submitted to I'resldent Wilson, but there had been no Intimation that It was so far reaching In woie. Iloth the military authorities and department of liiU.r officials believe that It will go a long way toward solving the laltor problem for farm er. shipbuilder and munition makers. and will end. for the present at least, talk of conscription of labor. The gives notice significoccu antly that the list of pation will be extended from time to time a neccity require. a - .' k MEXICO AND CUBA AT OUTS. s toNotder. Twenty-otnSteel Snipe Built. VVsbinrton. Steel ship completed thns far In May exceed the output of stiy previous month In the history of the shipping board. The total output wn tip to and Inclnding May twenty-ninof 174.tV!l tons. Four steel steamships, totaling 2"..""0 were delivered May 24. ltiilman f - : iIf "" " . inlisrM,Ti)-,'V.f.(,rTt- g It, i;'iitn-VlT(Kl.t- ' draft Xew Tork. Secretary of War ISaker after July 1, announced In an address here Friday under a drastic Hinnidmynt to the se- night In celebration of Italy day, that lective service regulations announced AmerlcHti Infantry, American machine May IX! by Trovoht Marshal Genernl gun unit and American urtlllery sisn Every man of .Wuhhlngton. ajje must work or fight Mexico and Cuba at Outs. Ofy. Mexico ha severed diplomatic relation with liba. This was lenmod oftlilally Friday after a remrt that the Mexican charge d'affaires at Havana and the Cuban mln!ter here had been revelled from their rcrellve po! had been confirms! at the forelfn office. afli-4.(iroiie- . and Artillery. , P:; cnf "J Gun Unit Mexico 'T Ihem. Issued under nuiUmiCf.'JjiHSiyKjiti ttie riiiroad art to rresMient imh, the 1lrector general, the order wipes wit all Intrnotale lower rates effertlve on cither frelsht or pns- - 1 Non-usef- non-usef- 2-- nf4t5J;. wlIthwjtr GO TO ITALY Not Only - s.VPWas'ff'V Th WILL London. Another week hns passed and the Germans have not begun their expected new offensive agalnxt the al lied forces iu Flandeis and Plcardy. And, as yet, there Is nowhere uny In dication that It U their early Intention. It is not luiprotmble, however, thut the blow will he launched at any uo uient. Aviators. In reconuotsHuuces behind the German line, still report a continuation of brlnglug up fresh troops, guns and store for what Is be lieved everywhere will be their greatest attempt to win a decisive victory. Americana Encourage Allies, Meanwhile the utiles are not Idle, to very hour Is being utilized and fctrengthen strategic position every hour finds them the better pre pared to withstand un enemy onslaught. In the work of strengthening the buttle front the Americans are pluylug no secondury role. The steady stream of the khnkt-clalads from overseas to the fighting line bus served greatly to reassure the ISrltlsh and French con ttngents that have heretofore so vull- antly held their own ugulnst treracn dous odds. Those of the Americans already In the trenches have given and are still giving a good account of them selves, harassing the Germans' with their urtlllery and outgauilng them lu combats In the open. Germane Change Their Tune. Even the Germans at home, previ ously adopting the tactics of sneering at the Americans, now are becoming aware of their strength and virility. No less an authority than the semi Guxette offlclul German North Is remarking on the "maturing" Ameri can reinforcements behind the allied line and wondering "how the llghtit Yankee will hold his own against the German lads who hnve had military training from their youth." Nowhere along the buttle front has there been fighting of any great moment. Several new raids have been carried out successfully against tier man positions by the Americans, Brit Ish and French forces and some simi lar attempts, by the Germans prompt ly put down. Heavy artillery duels have been In progress on various sec tor between Germans and the ISrlt lsh and French. The shelling by the Germans of Field Marshal Ilulg's osl tions east and northeast of Amiens has been particularly heavy, gas projectiles being used In great number. Success of American Airmen. The Americans In the Montdldler sector have carried out another of their successful raids, leaving their trenche without artillery aupinirt and overwhelming an enemy trench. Six Germans were killed and one soldier was made prisoner by the Americans, who returned to their own line. The British near Itucquoy In a similar adventure captured fourteen German and two machine gun and In two other raids took fifteen prisoners and a machine gun. In the Alllette river region the French also brought In captives. considerable aerial There still i activity over and behind the battle line and numerous fights In the air occur dully, . Italians Repulse Austrian. In the Italian thenter the Austrian have essayed several rather strong stark against the Italians In the mountain region of the north, but everywhere have met with repulse. Along the lower I'lave river and In the Touale region there have been Intensive artillery duds. d PRESIDENT MEETS THE DESIRE OF ITALIAN KINQ AND WILL SEND MORE MEN OVER. non-usef- - in TROOPS THOSE WHO WILL NOT WORK WILL BE PUT INTO ARMY, ' DECLARES GEN. CROWDER. e ii fuEfl FROM AMERICA ft GRANTED INCREASE aR-FMRIS- . NEPHI. UTAH. Would Not 8tand for Entry of Japanese Troop Into Siberia. Washington. Member of the staff of Ambassador Francis hnve arrived In Washington and are making reports to President Wilson and to the state department discouraging military Intervention In Ilussia. particularly If that Intervention must be carried out by Japanese. These men believe that Japan's Intentions are the best In the world and her antlety P Interfere In Ilussia Is based on a genuinely disinterested wish to serve flie great allied cause. But, they say. Japan Is more disliked in Russia than any other nation In the world. The t nited Htates is the best likeil of the allied fmtions. If Intervention cannot be carried out by the t'nited States they believe there might better be none. If Jnpsin goes Into Siberia, they say it will Immediately drive all llus'ia Into the arms of Germany and thousands of Russian men Into the Herman armies. Anna Held Near Death, New Tork. Anna Held, the noted actress. Is swiftly approaching her death, it was announced Sunday by Ir. lhinald McCaskey. her physician. The end tnsy come at any time, or she may possibly last several Weeks. Taft and Reoeevelt Meet. Chlesgo. Former Presidents Theo dore Iloosevelt and William Howard Taft met Sunday In this city and held their first extended conversation sine the Republican national convention of 1S12. Brides of June long cherish the GIFTS will you send from ihw store. Bound to be appreciated. Our modest prices make buying easy. BOYD PARK MAKERS OF JEWELRY 100 MAIM STRUT BARGAINS al4 SAU LAKE IN USED CITY CARS OMraobiln, St. tleMil-.tOua!tntt4 Him cUm condttlon.-M- r itmi If Wkiu4 byMAlng 4 4ci!ptifki panln. Wm hu MlilM lis !J..n, UhI I'll Uwl.. Ran4all-Io4- d Auto Co, 9U Lk. CI it bm4 to nn-Balr-ki. t0. MEN WITH COMPARES rm TIRES Philosopher Assert That the Impor tant Auto Fixture I Not Unlike Some of Human Rao. The more I have to do wltk auto tires," said Philosopher Jim, "the better I understand men. There Is no limit to the comparison that k your at might be made, but let m tention for just one of them. It turn upon the way they com to an end, men and tire alike. "On my'llttle roadstor I may have at one and the same time two tire of such different character thl: "One has served long and well. It eciua aound a ever, and UU look good for a lot of work. But tta healthy appearance la deceptive: It ha a vast number of well hidden decayed mobile cells. "They began to go separately, not In masses. No one part of that tiro wore out all by Itself. The whole thing ha been slowly, subtly honeycombed with wear. "The limit I reached uddenly. Th end, prepared for slowly and In th dark, come swiftly; nd It 1 a very goner, th complete end. The tire doctor can do nothing for It. "Some men end like thut; seemingly vigorous on day; and the next day, on the acrap heap. "And then there ar Urea and men ' that go the other way. They aeem worn and weakened, but they ar sound Inside. Th shell goe first, th Inner tube retala It usefulness, ton know they are going, but they alwaya seem good for another day' work, another hundred mile. They will stand a lot of patching. Tlrea ar mighty human, and that why I really enjoy fussing with them.' 1 SET ADRIFT, DISCOVERS LAND Priest. Offending Chief, Saved Life and Later Returned With Story of Interesting Find. New Zealand stsoriland, the bom of a most interesting race. About on thousand year g tber lived on the of the Isle Hanaikl the forefather Maori. One of their priest. T Kupe, relate writer In th Mississippi Rlaetter, had offended the chief, and to prevent his being killed hi friend sent him. provided with provisions eoough to last some time, adrift oves th aea In a canoe. Heme and friends bo would never see again, he thought, and by his people he wa mourned one dead. To the Joy of the Islander he returned after 12 month, giving tli am glowing description of th wonderful land h had discovered. HI Informal ion caused a stirring agitation, and In a short tiro seven canoe were fitted out by the native to call to the land of proralso and eettlo there. T Kupe wa leading In th first canoe across the wide sea, and on theJr landing, to hoaar him. called It "Acteoroa" New 7eslsad. The seed of our rice coeae front Hsnrilkl." ald a ml salon try. and there can t no doubt about the original dwelling place, sod that th of present Maori ar lit those who sailed centurle ego from UanralkL 1 Not Century, But Enough. I,ady hurrying acrass the broad con. course at a great railroad station, making for th train gale and evident-lafraid of missing the train, with long wait If she didn't get It Rut al colored porter, the gate she meet nisn of tranquil mlod and pleasant voice, w ho says to her, quite evenly I "You needn't harry; you've got tw minutes yet." No, two fntnutae is not century j In fact the margin ws still narrow; hut the lady kaw tbst the portef knew the tlai exactly nd whst h Mil and th way he said It relieved the tension. She rrndered her beg tn him and gsv tfa tip to him very ii:iogiy. y Steady ae Fermer ffsye That Reck. Jons boy thst to work for you wants me to glv nd him Job. IhetdrT Well. If he wa any Frtjer fde motion!. tedler b'd Or De Sheet. The Candidate Wb' got the nerv to claim tnJorlty for the other fellows t Th Committeeman If all figured, uf la the exposition' official organ. flrol Must be pip The Cend! 1st organ. Her Sigh. Wlfa That waiflsa got from the railway company that fciiSed her bnstvand ty aec.'dt. Hnsbsnd Well, yea needn't sIrb bard Khen yon tell no.