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THE sE WATCHES DISBURSED MAKERS OF JEWELRY Ufcl CITY SALT rowT) (HttK AMERICAN TROOPS jlOCBUCKl I ' if IN USED CARS Ottimoblitrt, N. IHUO. ftitt BY WILSON STANDS BY MAY GO TO ITALY WAR LABOR BOARD BOYS MAY BE USED IN DRIVING BACK AUSTRIANS ON THE ITALIAN FRONT. WILL SEE THAT RECOMMENDA TIONS IN TELEGRAPHER'S CASE ARE CARRIED OUT. Expected That a Large Force Will Be Sent, the Purpose Being to Demonstrate the Fact That We Are In the War to Win. In OUR MEASURE CARRIES $2,915,000,000, INCLUDING $50,000,000 FUND BOYDPARK ilKUT Hie Longest Day of the Year APPROVES SUNDRY CIVIL BILL grade, from cheapest to the delicate hand made time pieces from Switzerland. MAIN NEPHI. UTAH. S. I We sell watchea with a reputation American and Swiss. For workAll standard man or .millionaire. IM TIMES-NEW- WILSON. Nearly Two Billions Set Aside for Use" of Shipping Board for Construe- tion of Vessels Fund Devoted to Repair of Enemy Ships. Not Washington. The sundry civil bill. carrying $1.7(11.701,000 for the ship building progrum, $50,000,000 for the president's emergency war fund and $1,:i0,000 for the committee on public informntlou, wax passed by the house June '17, without a record vole. It now pics to the senate. The measure curries a totnl of $2,- 91.,0O0,0OO, of which mortt than tNKt.OdO was added by tho house, In cluding the funds for the president anil the information committee, and $1,000,000 for Mississippi river flood control. The appropriations for the president and the Information committee were approved by the house appropriations Committee and attached as amendments to the bill, with both rvmocrnts ami Itepuhlk-ansupporting them. Before passing the measure, however, the house amended It so that none of the Information committee appropriation can he used to pay salaries of men of draft uge unless they are physically dlsiualllied for military service. Most of the nearly two billions pro vided for the shipping hoard Is for construction of ships In this country nnd abroad, with ?S7,000,000 for estab lishing ship yards; $00,01 sj.noo for oper ating ships heretofore anpiired,- mid for reeruillng mid Instructing ships' officers. other appropriations Include $7,500,-0O- 0 for the food administration; $:(,- ooo.ooo for the fuel administration ; $.Vi00,noU for the war trade board; 10.000 for the department of labor; $1.1"iO.Oio for the war Industries board; I'.KajMjO for the alien property custo dian; $Ho.kh for the council of na tionnt defense, nnd $200,000 for tho national advisory committee for aero nautics. one f the purposes to which a coil' shleriihle part of the presidential fund has been devoted was the repair of en finy merchant ships dauiiiEed by their crews before they were taken over by the government. This work now Is completed. The president pointed out that war agencies which at the outset were supHrted by the emergency fund now could be tnken care of through spH'l!lc appropriations in he regular Washington. Count V. Macchl dl Cellers, the Italian ambassador, called on Secretary linker on Tuesday. No statement was made, but It Is understood the recently announced decision to send American troops to Italy was discussed. Leaders of all the Billed governments, us well us officials here, have felt that no better way of demonstrating to the world that tho nations at war with Germany and Austria have been so solidified Into n single force with a single purjiosu could be devised than to have each nation represented in the armies on each front. Necessarily, however, the extent of the participation of nuy country on any front must be governed by questions of transportation and supply. Italian troops are In France, forming a part of the International reserves nt General Foeh'a disposal, while French and lirlllsh armies now are aiding In stemming tho Austrian drive. There Is nothing to Indicate that it Is proposed to send to Italy an American force that would be Important from a military standpoint. There Is always a possibility that the Italian front will become a Cnter of assault against the Teuton forces. Officials here, before the Italian retreat last fall, saw great possibilities in a strategic way in shifting the front of nt tuck to Italy. Sound mlilte.ry Judgment would dictate the selection of the weaker foe for assaults If other conditions left a choice between two possible fronts for action. Letter to Telegraph Heads the President Gives Them to Understand That They Must Comply With the Requesta of the Board. BARGAINS eitv-lulcH) tpltrtdirf tlontU-I- O in ruMtitii cttndliloa-mu- y Gusts, in, Auto Cifc, Salt flaw ttrmt If wibi4 br rifbi panic. Wma M .total!! tin su4 ttotcrlrIkift, V4 Randall-Dod- 111 Dwpt.. d Uk Ctrr EXPERT K6DAK Finishing ttava our pmfciiinniil C 14 I folihiiiK. JIHri-CIVJ do your thntorrphri Malii pi PRC ballboutn Lake cuy 144 Cumnii Supplies waga learn u warn big MFL9iWANTFD towns barters; good nppnrtuulln-optm for mm over draft age. hrlir In inn? Iitn prepared flood aa otherr 'ttirommlaMoo. nr write. Muler Barber 8. West Temple Ht., ball Laks UUf. College. -- 0t wtM-l- PLACE IDEAL FOR SOLITUDE In Gulf of St Lawrence, One cf World's Most Desolate 6 pots. eird Island, s Bird Island, most northerly of the Jlagdslen Islands, holds the world' record fur wrecks. Tho whole (roup, la the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Is exceedingly dangerous, but Bird Island mauds first. More like a Iiuko rock than an Inland Its walls rise grim and gray la the mariner. "The Island tho rnth liSs no bench, or const, only a steep Irregular clilt rising abruptly from the. water. The top Is a barren plateau of bout five acres. The principal inhabitants are birds. Gulls, gnnnets and niurres coruo In thousands to nest and rear their young. The roar of their thousands of wings drowns the noise of the waters. The ladlons any that they are the souls of shipwrecked sailors. The human tenants of the plateau re the lighthouse keeper and bis wife, doomed to solitary existence except about once or (wire a year when a ship firings provisions. Sometimes, perhaps la about every three or four years, aa enterprising naturalist conies t study bird life on the Island. the ' Ships ran approach lUrd U'and only la the calmest weather. The slight-- , st ripple and the craft Keeps a distance. The lighthouse la reached by rope and windlass. The lierdlest mountain climber would hesitate before attempting to scale It rough gray walls. The keepers of the light have been singularly nnfortutvite. The first went Insane and bad to be kept confined by tils wife end assistant until the provision bent errlvtd. The eecond wa 1rfrne away by floating piece of Ice sshen seal hunl'ng In the early spring. Ills wife maintained the lighthouse Alone until hslp came from a nelgh-"boriUlaod ' ng FAD WELCOMED fainted Resigns BY ARTISTS on Lingerie Give Op- portunity for Un?lmited Display of Originality. $- ' Now that the hard hearted hosiery naoufariurert have decided to reduce their manufacturing Costa by cutting out the fsncy colors and startling designs of (Tie Is dies' lines and limiting the output to plain somber ahsdes that 00 way. Marine Casualty List Washington. Total casualties among the American marines overseas from the date of their landing to last June 0 number 717. according to a summary Har Issued Monday by MaJor-fJenernett, marine corps commandant. This Includes 1K1 killed In action, fifty eight who illfl of wounds. 5.1:1 woundcd In action nnd one missing and one held prisoner in Germany. Favors Greater Draft Age. Washington. Supjort for I'rovost Marhnl-f;onerl Crowder's prooaI to extend the army draft to men letween IS and t.'i years was given Monday by Senator Chamberlain of Oregon, chair liiiiti of the senate military committee, at hearings on the $l2,0W,(KiQ,rNir army appropriation Mil. VICTOR MUNOZ REYES annot be heard coming, that portion f femininity that demands novelties- la ree thst fslrly eeream will have- to fall bark oo the new fad In underwear. Oil paintings, done to suit the Individual taste, on the lingerie, each piece to follow the same design and make tip the st. and a mosquito net overdress will put a sphlerweb stocking In the aim do wt.en it comes to startling scenic effects. lifelike repreImagine a set with f the execution of Mart sentation Antoinette o the back of the corset ovcr and a panoramic sketch of the tsklng of tl e P.atlle running around "the bottom fit the underskirt, with Other sidelights nf the French Itevolu-tlo- n sands lined In where opportunity present . Why I A pair of silk ones netff trcsn to offer the possl-l.llitl- ft for effective diiplsy of the artistic t em era men t that this hew fsd does. AH struggling artists whose production are sjot In demand since the war economics have put quietus oa the picture market will rise en fnae and fail the eriginator of the new Idea fcleased. Praktoa Tiroes. PRESIDENT URGES THREE E WORLD Plana Met Necessity. A fwim tnnMral Instrument deste was by the enMpmflteerlnf pro-ctite- d ff sond hand amhortfe at IVX) a reno-vste- d foT wh'rh ha plsn paid or.iy I1T5. The chsrre wss Ihst he had rr,mmlfte4 "uanrT lo Conner tin withTh an "article of flatlyto agree ro'trtS 'tf. wHti the f,ff rial tlew that Jdanns were a "nw-wtffor the aoothlng of wsf erva, and said thst the tra1"ma0 had a rirM t sell a piano, like snd) oiher "lsTiify, for whatever be could em for It . tfai r" IN ARMY BY AUGUST PROCLAIMS POLITICAL SUCH IS 'STATEMENT .MADE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD AS GENERAL CROWDER TO WORLD'S SOLEMN DUTY. SENATE COMMITTEE. WILSON BY Expresses Hope That Senate Will Pass Extension of Age Limit in the Draft Will be Necessary by January 1 the Suffrage Amendment to FedIf the Present Rate of Calls eral Constitution Before the Continues. End of This Session. Washington. Wilson on President June Woodrow 13 proclaimed political freedom of the world aa the whole world's solemn duty. Replying to n memorial, signed by the woman suffrage leaders of England, Frnnce, Italy and Portugal, presented by a delegation headed by Mrs. Carrie Chapman Cntt, asking that be address the world on the subject, the president declared, after reciting the service women of all nations have rendered In the war: "It Is high time that some part of our debt of gratitude to them should be acknowledged and paid, and the only acknowledgment they ask is their admission to the suffrage. Can we just ly refuse ItT" The president also again expressed his wish that the senate pass the Susan It. Anthony amendment at the present session. The president's message was as follows : "I have rend your message with the deepest interest and I welcome .the opportunity to wiy that I agree without reservation that the full and sincere democratic reconstruction of the world for which we are striving, and which we are detennlned to bring about at any cost, will not have been completely or adequately attained until women are admitted to the suffrage, and that only by thnt action can the nations of the world realise for the lienefit of future generations the full Ideal force of opinion, or the full humane forces of action. The services of women during this supreme crisis of the world's history have been of the most signal usefulness and distinction. The war could not have lieen fought without them, or its sacrifices endured. It is high time thnt some part of the debt of gratitude to them should be acknowledged and paid, and the only acknowledgment they ask Is their admission to the suffrage. Can we Justly refue Itt "As for America, It is my earnest hope that the senate of the United States w'ill give an unmistakable answer to this question by passing the suffrase amendment to our federal constitution the end of this session." I5el-glu- Washington. Three million Americans will be under arms by next August 1, the senate lullllary committee was told on June 13 by Provost Marshal General Crowder. Kxtenslon of the age limits In the arTny draft will be iiccessmw, (lenerul Crowder said. If the present rule of draft calls is continued. He estimated that the men in class 1 would be exhausted soon after next January 1. General Crowder said that 1,347,00(1 men placed In class 1 of the already have been called to the colors. He estimated that some 400,(KK additional men for the first class will be secured from the men who registered June 5, and that another 'JOO.tkiO will he added by the reclassification of men In the of the questionnaires now being made. Ilcqulsi lions from the draft to complete the 3,000,000 total by August 1. General Crowder said, have been made. Of these 2,000,000 will be draft registrants ami the others volunteers and national guardsmen. "Everybody thinks there will be heavy calls during the fist six months of 1919.' was a significant statement mnde by General Crowder. General Crowder approved the general principle of the bill Introduced by Senator France of Marylnnd, extending the registration ages to from IS to 4 thereby providing additional men for military and Industrial service. He did not, however, approve the age liuilt-- s fixed In the bill. Austrians Want Peace. London. A news message from the Knhra agency of Madrid sctiil-offlcl- al private Information from reliable sources state that grave events are about to occur In Austria where the My Imputation Is demanding peace price. at any MAUDE GONNE M'BRIDE 1 e MARRIAGE WILL NOT EXEMPT. General Crowder Announcea Drastic Amendment to Draft Regulations. Washington. Marriage since the enactment of the selective draft law no as cnne for longer will te exemption from military Service, except In the cases of men who have become of age since June r, lf17, who may be exempted if they mnrrlcd before January l., 1918, the dale on which the Joint resolution requiring their registration was Introduced In congress. trstle nnwndments to the draft regulations were announced June 14 by Provost Marshal General Crowder, tinder which local hoard are required lo reclassify all cases Involving such marriages. Iependeney claims on account of children of such marriages will lie allowed where children are June 9, 1915." imrn or unborn e Boulevard. The wned hosier a rd means "bol-wsr- k nr fnfflfteatlotl. and thus has direct refetnce to tho old rsmperta. Itot Since the middle of the nineteenth to century the title hes been appll ttew thorntigh feres not traced en lha site of an old enceinte. ULIOII j v ) May Train Other Troopa Here Washington. Congress Is to be asked by the war department for an appropriation to provide training facilities In this country for forces other This wus than American troops. learned authoritatively Tuesday, but it was said that uo definite project has been discussed, nor has the matter reached the point where It bns been the subject of diplomatic communica tion. Grace Luak Gets Nineteen Yeara Waukesha. Wis. Grace Lusk. who was found guilty of murder In the sec ond degree for slaying Mrs. Mary Newman IUiberts. wife of lir. David Roberts, former state veterinarian, was declared by a board of nlienlsts to be sane niM was sentenced Tuesday by Judge Martin I.ueck to nineteen years' Imprisonment. When sentence was pronounced Miss I.usk fell back wards in a faint and caught by one of her attorneys. s Slacker Now Anxious to Fight Montrose, Colo. Orley Garber, 29 years old, surrendered to the Montrose county sheriff Tuesday after hiding In the mountains for a year to avoid g drafted Into the army. When be avc himself up he demanded that be us given the opportunity of going to France at once to fight the Germans, having Just heard, be said, that the Germans had attacked vessels off the American const" be-n- Evidence that Presi Intends to see thnt tho recommendations of the national war labor board are followed out to the letter wus seen Friday In the text of his communication to the heads of the two greut telegraph companies, asking that they accept the board's timlings In their controversy with thvir employees. Tho fact that the president had per sonally taken up the caso became known Juno II witit the announcement of Clarence II. Mackuy, president com of the Postal Telegraph-Cablpany, that bis company would waive Its light lo dlscliurgu men who have Joined it union. The war labor board's decision in the case was that the men should be permitted to join unions. Tho president's letter to the telegraph beads, rends: "My attention has been called to the fact that the national war labor board, after a careful consideration of the questions at Issue between the telegraph companies and their employees, have arrived at a decision, the essential points of which ure embraced in the following: "1. The employees have a right to und Join a union if they so men discharged for Joining the union should bo reinstated. The company shot Id not be required to deal with the uniou or to recognize It. ":t. Committees of employees should be recognlrod In presenting grievances. "4. Where employees and employers fail to agree, the quesilou In dispute should be determined by the national war labor board. "5. The telegraphers' union should not Initiate strikers or permit its members to Initiate them, but should subjnlt all grievances to the nutloual wur labor board. "I am Informed that the representatives of the union are willing to accept this decision, but that the of the telegraph companies have not accepted It "May I not say that In my Judgment It Is Imperatively necessary In the Interest that decisions of the national war lalMir Imard should be accepted by both parties to labor To fall to accept them U to Jeopardize the Interests of the nation very seriously, hern use It constitutes a rejection of the Instrumentality set up by the government Itself for the determination of lalxtr disputes, set up with a sincere desire toirrlve nt Justice in every rase and with the ex- pn-s- s purpose of safeguarding the action against lalnir difficulties during the continuation of Ihe present war. "All thet-- e circumstances being taken Into consideration, I do not hesitate to say that It Is a patriotic duty to Washington. dent Wilson e ropre-wntatlv- nl dls-pute- matIn this ter with the government by the use of the Instrumentality which the government has set tip. I, therefore, write to ask that 1 may have your In Ibis matter, earnest as In all others, and that you will set an example to the other employers of the country by a prompt and cordial Great Dejection Among Germans acquiescence"." Genera. The enthusiasm created by the first German offensive hss pssned WAR FRAUDS UNEARTHED. and a feeling of profound dejection Nation. Wide Conspiracy Between Manreigns among the German !eople. to an Interview with a neutral ufacturers and Contractors' Agents. diplomat, who has Jut arrived In GeconWashington. A nation-widneva from lierlln, says Is Suisse. The between manufacturers and spiracy vica home quick expected people at contractors' agents In Washington to tory from the early rcorta In official solicit government war orders nnder bulletin anl, above all. a quick an agreement to pay commissions Illepeace. gally to the agents was disclosed Monday by the department of Justice. After the Pool Room Loafers Simultaneously with the nnnouno-meti- t. Celar Rapids, lows. Four jwrsons raids were made on hundred of Were arrested Tuelay In the beginoffices in a n n f a c t urer' business ning of a local "wotk or fight" cam- throughout the t'tiitod Slates In sear h were from taken pool of iaer showing the scope as the illepaign. They other arrests will follow, po- gal practice, snd four I to ton business lice officials ssy. men were Indicted In Washington on charges, of acting as contingent fee Hindenburg Nervoua Wreck a cents. It The Tribune says Geneva. Hungarian Crops Requisitioned. learns frorn a reliable source that Amsterdam. Ail new croji have Held Msrshsl Von lllndenbnrg Is suf- hna ordered requisitioned by the Hunnervous an acute; disease, garian government, according to a refering from thst bis mental capacity Is much af. port from I'.ndspest. All flour mills fected and that he Is confined in a have lxcn put under government private sanitarium. r.m. v lo nana rn mi MjiTtiii, i.i n Pardon Boye Who Slept an Duty In granting uncondiWashington. Sixteen Steel Ships In Two Weeks, arrested for complicity In the tional pardon to two young soldiers of steel an I) to Irish Washington. Iellveries foment revolt plots desth for hsvlng slept on Victor Munot Reyes, Bolivian minis- ships to the shipping lionrd In the first Mrs. Maude Gonna McBride. She It Sentenced tofront. President Wilson exst the post of numbered weeks June two sixteen, the widow of Major McBride, ana at ter to Japsn, who baa arranged for the act "as a challenge to action bis pected a total dead weight tonnsge of the men executed for taking part In emigration of large numbers of Jap- with to devoted service for the fntnre." Wi.ic.2. the 191$ Sinn Fein anese to Bolivia. Sale of Milter Estate Restrained. An order restraining San Frsne-ofor one month the sale by the govern or ment of the to.iasi.ixsi proH-rtltti llriry Miller estate was lsie, iMstrb-Monday by t"iiitel States fidge IVx.llng. May Raise Draft Age Limit Fire Destroys Freighter. Washington. Should congress dePacific port. Messages received here Saturday said the Pacific Steam- ride thst It Is necessary at this time either ship company's freitht snd passenger to extend the draft see l'mils no opsteamer llavallt, 777 tons, was de- below 21 or alKive 30, or both, af royed by fire Saturday while on position will le offered by tbewsr deroute to southwestern Alaska ports. partment, aays Secretary P.sker. Brewery Pool Considered Swiss Red Cross Rewarded. Ford Will Seek Toga. Wssblnctrm. Pooling of the manut Washington. In recognition of Washington. Henry Ford announced service to allied troops interned in facture nf beef as a means of redw in here Thursday nlcbt thnt St the of President Wilson he bad de- Switzerland and held prisoners in Ger- the amount "f coal mtinmH by brewlied Cr has been eries to at !cat rd per cent of normal become a candidate fi.r 1'ntt-e- many, the Swi to cided as considered at a conferenn here of States senator from Michigan. If the riven sn appropriation of $lz.",il by brewery rclreentatives the American P.ed Cross. nomination should tie offered him. Baker Independence Day Orator. Chicago. Secretary of War Nestiti I. P.aker will come to Chicago to deliver sn address on July 4. It was announced here Friday. The war secretary was Invited here on behalf of many civic and public organization. Among the prominent slrtsh leader n revolt American "Ace" a Prisoner. Tort Wsjne. Iml. l.leutei,ont Paul Frank I'.aer, the American ''Ae" who bail been riirtf-- inlasina since May 22. l s prisoner In a German camp, according to confirmatory telegrams here by bis mother. d British Salvage Hundreds of Ships. Itti'lon. From January. l!'li. to the sunk by end of May. 1'.'1. 4"7 hl If! P.rHlsh waters have Herman !,.(, axlvflffcd. sccirtlin to details of rk of the admiralty salvage the t,. Atlantic Coast to be Danger 2one. Irndon. The German admiralty Intends to declare the eastern coast of the 1'nited States, from Mexico to Canadian water, a daneer rme, and will warn neutral shipping, says a dispatch from Amsterdam. d A . e Sunk Without Warning. Iond'in. The Swedish steamship torn, of YCTt trfis gross. bs twen sunk without German warning . f presumably by according t diIat.h frtn Copenhagen to the ;bange Telegraph comrnny. atibrns-inc)- a a F,v t '