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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 1, 1915, Hutchinson, Kansas TMt MtWft It A MtMltft Of tMt THE THE HUTCHINSON tHE NEW9 TMB LARGEST CINCULATION tME IN CENTRAL LAST A WAR ON ALCOHOL It Is he Most Important Tbln in England NO LIQUOR FOR KITCHENB i the AufttrltfiB Pushing Forward In the thians its Iotiitoiii April war on I anoutcome of tho Inlbor ilti in Great has definite taken precedence ovor tlio muo of spring Advance ot th Allies Iti the the reason beto that tho problem ot munitions tia become more pressing than that o The pronouncements of cablne landers ana the letter of King Jeorg on tho question Of temperance ar intended to the way and sonm public Sentiment preparatory either sliiittlnx off absolutely tlio sal ot drink throughout the ec eept on physicians o No Mere t the the adoptionof some Tvlilou while not called absolute WIUTiavu almost as dras tic atv T1 War Secretary Kitchener has an nouncod that no alcoholic bevorogei served In his household for the duration of the The Imttloflelds In the east and afford little news and al though tlie Allies are reported as having resumed operations in the noUiIng official U forth coming 1 Toda being the centenary ot the birth of tho London news papers fetlew editorially tile career of this German statesman ending lu the break wltih the present emperor speculate on What liava of tho war to date had Bismftrck been at the Austria would seedn to be streng thenlug her forces lu with tho Idea of thwarting a formidable Ilusslan advanceIn the Carpathians and according to the British explains the Austrian Incursion Into Russia over the Dniester river a 4ear FROM to the H April of the wlilcli recently beenoperating 30 successfully BMlsh leles hag sent another the A wajf torpedoed In the English so far as Is only two Hiemlwrs of her crew of twenty one A Dutch cargo boat I supplied fuel oil arjnes has been Belted by farther indications that other Balkan nation war on the side of the nearest Turktsli town to tlie Uul garlai troops are being con the artillery Is interpreted tu to a possible var jij uud Austrian torulng tlia great in the aro completely at variance WW agree that heavy flgUIr Theruis 1 Turkey s eiHer VM oHjpe claims in ititte hat were driven conflict between of In TurWA If if aatd wsa ANOTHtH PBTROLEUM New April Stand ard Oil of Now today a further reduc tion of tWl points In refliied pe troleum making rases lOc tanks 4c and Standard longer being Although tin Qerraans are reported to have tirough large In AJsace only the cu ternary desultory fighting In pro greis In north western rranc operations are almos a OERMAN April The Qerinan headriuarters In Its report today oh the ot hostlll makes the statement that In the month of March the German eastern army took Ruislan prisoners Including officers and an captured also nine cannon and sixty one machine text of tho ro port In the western areua of tlio war During tlio capture of the hamle of whloli was ocouplet by and a small point of sup port at took one officer and fortyfour Belgian soldiers prls French Come to the west of Ponto Mousson and to the south of the for of Pretra came to standstll last French troops have pane trated a small portion of our outer The engagement li being continued During outpost engagements yes to tho northeast and east of the French suffered consid erable In the Vosges only ar tillery duels took place In tho eastern arena The situation In the Auguatowo and the Suwalki districts remains un Russian attemptsmade at night to cross the Itawka river at a point southeast of re sulted In failure and Russian attacks on Opommo wore During the month of March the Herman eastern army took altogether Russian and captured nine cannon and sixtyotto machine BERLIN April to Say vl corresiiondBiitiT of la repojita thatthe Huntingnortheast of rof drunntog ronl Tllelt to In East is proceeding Cold ind clear weatherfavors the opera The condition of the Prussian prls oner taken at was icoordlng to this A strikingly large number of elderly men were among and many of hem were Tauioggon it self and many other villages have suf lered by shell and burning 1mm eta light the liorlzon along seo lon of the Tlie ueweipaporp of Berlin display tromlnently today articles taken rom the London dealing with he alleged unsatisfactory course ot recruiting and with the dlftloultles treat Is exierlenclng in get Ing sufficient supplies ot aiumunl recent German submarines are regarded by Berlin utpera OB notUing inore than an Indi cation tremendously ac Ivlty soon to bo branch of expected Id this OFflCIAL Ajirll 1 Via Vench war office this afternoon gavo mt a report on the hostilities read nc as follows A struggle is going on at uumer jus polati on the front Opposite the Continued on Pate 13 T WOULD SEEN THEY HAVE GOODS ON SWQBOOA Man Who Claimed to Bo an American May Turn Oiit to Bf a German April evidence ias been tua to rpve the proGerman sympathies of laymoud cliarged with be ig responsible for the fire Which threatened toe destruction ot tUd tewier Ctoorot service learned eiterday that left five trunks In an office In ue De tlie use of wnloh he ud obtained tliroiiglj w lutroductlou y the The trunks were and sent to villa Bwoboda and a number pf papers Tuego opumenti police letter of Gerinjin area with two other r B ASTER MORNING AV NEUVE CHAPELLE m TO FLOOD AMERICA ForeignMade Qoods Are to Over run Us Alter the SENATOR WEEKS He Says We Need Tariff Law Changes Before That Time Comes CONTROL QE 1MAN to prevent in the prices of red pefsons hav Via federal ooi further ston Ttfreport Vfrrfho so Sup ply AsiftCWtJon cvf German frVirm ers tbrough all fodder sales must be made The association1 alstf empowered to buy supplies at NOW WHAT DOES SENOR V1CTORIANO HUERTA MEAN M In M IgUt wai the American laVor market I ttBj Bsif present tarJM too Too mop articled on April vlll be flooded with foreign goolls at the close of the present war Europe will pour thousands of Immi grants Into the United States and depression vslll unless reasonable tariff barrier again 13 toJohn senator from Massa who spoke at u lunoheon lore Senator Weeks also pointed out that t present tueie Is too legisU lon and regulation of The through Its rail ma and u uteiferlnK tomuoli with the legitimate Ualnoss of the he The loverumeut If Attempting to control without I believe u but not iu regulation to lie point to which It lias been lie American business man no longer ares to plan for the He doesnt now What to Not Too Senator Weeks pointed out that be agree with the optlmlstlo lew that the close of the war lu Bu oce will wean u business revival In ne United In my Judgment the war has start d more looms and furnaces than It as The grain ruisera of the Uddle tiave benedttud from the nprmoutf prices as they have from al lost eyeiy pioduct of the middle west rn Ou the other pottou aisers in the south are getting leas rom than If the war had the worlds the business will Kliow the war hay biiiluesii In the United it piled up an enoruuiu bah to our TJta speaker explaliiei with the release of the men serving la the ar of tbe the industrial aruilas crowded wuges will be will ouormous auJ will made vary cheaply n the lie forslgniiiado goods will bring In the united fitstei even less then the while the great Inrush of tlou whlfrti will will cause a Is the Wiley Indian Intending to Try to Come Back Via Buenos Aires April Gibraltar dls pBtch to the Exchange Telegraph pany says QeneralVlctbrlaoo former provisional president of Mexi has arrived at The tiUpatoh states also that tho United Slates collier which carries supplies for the relief of Jews In Palestine and also for United Stales warelilpH in TurkisU ban arrived at Advices last nlgntfrom Madrid were that Huerta sailed yesterday from or Uuenoii April Gener ally fair tonight aiid Friday not chaugo in temperature FIHST NATIONAL REPORT 24 M IJ I 8 M 10 1 J M I 10 P M J6 f 10 M It MAY USE Aviators May fake Part in the Matamoras BOTH SIDES SEEM READY American Troops to Be On the Spot to Protect American April probability of a bomb dropping attack by four aeroplanes on Matumorps was forocnBt today by M HlneharU of an who flew aVilla biplane last Jilght to Las four miles from and headquarters of Villa forces now surrounding Hlnehart flew lu from about sixtyfive miles west of MaU He Bald hewas Informed that three aeroplanes weie dua to leave Monterey possibly today for Mata Under favorable weather con ditions Hie air trip from Monterey could bo made In three or four He said the bomb dropping project Interested American army officers especially as this would appear to minimise danger of casualties across the river In Brownsville llluehart said he had hbt seen the Villa officers claim arecoming up to shell tho entreuch the officer observer who with him said several cars loud ed vvlth some dtatnnce frotn bjr torn tip April wjis considerable Ufle flrlnjf Iwjtweun Villa woutiiiK parties and tho rauza trenohei early The f stopped entirely before Two hundred are being In BrowusvUlo fpr tiuo of CitrrauKa it Is planned to iiiie them In of Matamoiw iirovlded an aeroplane arrives here In Tho Oarrunia officials here claimed Uils uiaohlne was due to ar rlvo from New York Vesterday Winy seat tolegnunH to hurry it iIYoni flie Altla cawps outside there havo been several reportsof the arrival of MI aoroplune for avulnst No plans baa in TUo arrival of field for a bofivbHrdment of em event whloU luii caused worry as to and the tlaia Villa will tUvlr assault on botli surrounded with AllhoUgU ww only about miles from Afataiiioroa at tU9 In oo iKiy la get EXALTED A New childs Is a vehicle within tlin meaning of the law and en titled to the right of way In the according to a decision by Supreme Court Justice Uetie of made public to Justice Benedict refused to set aalde a verdict of for Injuries suffered by Loo who was Injured In a collision with a grocery wagon while driv ing truncation of passenger trains bo twoem Mexico City and Vera Crusi Word Is otlll uwalted from Oenern who rocolved represenln tlotiB from tho American eovernmen on the subject nearly a month Tlio food situation In Mexico City continues Latest reports Indl ttmt the danger o another evacuation by the Zapata forces hna apparently Villa forces recently repulsed near aro preparing to renew their attack with artillery reinforce Villa troops havo Invested Manzanlllo and held by Carranza garrlsonr Cruiser Is to The crulaor at Key was ordered Vera to join tho vossol under Hear Admiral Caperlons Oeneral Cnrrauza todny caiblod hl3 agency here us follows Triniplco has boon reinforced and I am sending more troops to that All Yucatan la In our aoneral Is advancing steadily from General Callos troops yesterday near Agua Prleta defeated six hundred Mnytor In Guerrero our troops have defeated the Zapata troops In several engagements fought In tho territory controlled by our All foreign era within our territory have all kinds of VERY HOT INflAVANA Big Pugs Have Their WorkOat Early lor That WILLARD COUNTS HIS CHICKS Has Triumphal Entry Already Mapped if He Wins Against j HJnkeU Qf today named altoruala referee for Mo JohnsonVVIIIard fight next will referee in caso Jack Welsh is for any reason unable to reach Havana ln If Welsh does get It will be Hinkels du ly to sit at the ringsido ready to act in case should be knocked out by 11 stray or suffer from Him decision was reached at a meeting of the principals and prouio Hob Vernon of New wan iwlnted official time keeper of tho with Ben also of New ns Sam of Is the timekeeper for John Vyjllord today Otto Fluid as ils time The routine In both camps began early Tho piwiUftts were on at suu ICP tf void the heat 1 heir sprints and walks ore being cut down dally i Countlnj Hii Wlllard and his followers are so confident of that they havo ilannod a triumphant entry Into tho united States of tho now a few days after Tlioy ex icct to make a tour of the principal cities of Cula on April aud If Wll aiua conultiou und then go to Now York by way of Key vurlolll Plnces on expects to be tup iguro at a great reception lu MadUoh Sijuaro lie ho win make a trip the His plan Is muoh like tOio cue made jy Jeffries previous to his tit lu Wrtloulor plans It AMERICAN NOTE TAKES JAPAN TO TASK SOME Some Things Pointed Out to the Tokio Government That Are March n American govern ments recently forwarded to To concerning negotiations between the Japanese and Chinese Boverii iriotg dwelt lengthily and In particu according to reliable n threo ptrfnls in lbe nuuto y Japan on China OfHheso three 7olnts the first Dnioi the selection ot foreign advis ers by Clilna tho aecoud was In re sard to the purchase of munitions of war by the Chinese government and he third dealt the of foreign Tho Washington It Is subraJttod that It Japan nalstod on the riant to be consulted y Clilna in tho selection of foreign uivUoni It might bo a violation of tho sovereignty of Jt Is further contended that If Ja InslHted on the purchase by China of rounlllpuB of and In BlBted that she be consulted tocertain loans In tho irovlnce of In South Mancliu and In eastern this course mliht be a violation of the principle of equal opportunity stlpu ated In tho agreement reached ween Uarpn Takahjra whon he wan ulnittter to theUnited aud Bllhu at that time secretary of That agreement provides foi maintaining thelndependenoe and la ejrrlty of China and the odUaltty of omerolal opportunity In that ooun Further April negotiations tetween China and Japan looking to the acceptance the republic of Uia domauds presented Toklo shortly after the Japanese occupation of Kaloi Chow were again saved frpni disaster today by tho fact that the Ohluoso statesmen made further to The Chlneuo offered to waive entlrsly tho question of Chinese Juris Motion of Japanese Immigrants to South except III cases In volving anil the Japanese m In 1st undertook to sub wit thjs proposal to The question of tho Jurisdiction ot the Mining company was not reopened today U and of croup presBUted without any offer of modification by Thesa articles for the ownership of laud by Japanese In the interior of China for the employment of policemen pu certain Chinese police China purchase munitions of war from Jftpun und Unit China grant Japan certain caiioewlpius In the eastern ppnlou of the central part of the The Japanese advanced the argti that they wlslted to the system 9t arms now used throughout t for which today Is made up of a alj tho uiedluy of Innumerable They i f 7 j tit ami II ru A va MtAII IVI Ha said also that China would benefit by an Increased number of and as provided or In article and that they weru only asking which other f i They Arrived From London an Nsw April arrived today from Business With Willard nays fighting ifl a with ulin and that he bears no enmity toward hlH opponent He says he will enter tho riuir calm and leternilued to win bocauou ho needs the and knows ho can vln It In the prize says he haa no feeling ntfaluBt Jite oiitpouents anl would llko o le on friendly terms with ull of Jiom beforo and utter his flglitH Ho Mixes bejauflo tliero IH moneyin it and not for the love of An bo champion expressed a man oolclug for a light can get It on tho and u Johnson lias Interests In Franco iml after his bout wllfli Wlllard ax leots to toka his return to he continent and setllo down thuro or If liewins over Wlllurd ho robaMy will Soulli America for JthfcbUloa bouts before ffolng to I3u tat If he loses he will return to Franco at Give As a winner ho will bo nible to make ilenty of money by giving oxJilblttona line after He knrtwo Umt moving plctiiro tghts will be more1 valuable If Wll ard should but snys there la no haucs of oh that account and that It Is the greatest deslro his llfs to retlio heavy weight oliiunpion of Uia Joluuofl and Wlllard huvo met on two ooottBloiiB since camo to Ha vana but Wioy only a few had never onooiuilerod Wlllurd umiipectedly The oliatti wan dressed ait usual in a White flannel whlto hat and whlta and woWng a b diamond stud aud Wjllard was drosaod modestly In u blue suit and Inuauriu He waa wearing largo Ula atond atwL Johnagn studiously to avoid paying the slightest attentionto untugonUt taltoliiK loudly to hli Wlllard lu the carwfully watched every Outwardly Johnson Is all but In privacy of training quar ters he views the tight dii it lu a philosophical vein with his trainers and This new In and causes of foHowaw to bo Ixmdou with tunIvors of the ftbandonaa March 29 In irtyvulue of the nuwbijr wore of IXjivfers tlio other soven of tho fivo it boiue of MJU crew of two of tite two over the upproHclilus but ho la a sovero strain libvor The mere iglamor of apparently not lo him firously M It has to Tlie yoMnfwestern who eutlroly la l of from to of who qfjtyr ad to beat Jolwpan Mr ta stop on Ou tbU at to
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