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Teutonic Power and Turkey Find
ThemelTei Facing Seven Pow
rt -Others in Background.
ITALY PUTS BAN ON ARMY NEWS
LONDON'. May 21. It Is nnlver-t-atly
conceded in England that Italy,
from today enter into full partner-
stsnilln thin evident vlolstlon of the
treaty nf the triple alliance, Itljr r-di-svrml
rt'irlnc lor;; month to awM a
confll.-t. hut those effort were bound
to have a limit In time and dlsnlty.
"Thl la why the sovrrnment felt Itwlf
forred te. prownt Us denunciation of tbe
triple alliance on May 4." Mid Premier
Thrse declarations er rrfelved with
great applane which the premier tried
to n.tilct. hrn ho had succeeded In so
dilnit he anld "Italy must be united at
this momrnt when Ita dtatlnles are balnir
decld' d .'
Thceo wrrds were arreted with re
newed epplaure, the deputies and epen-
tatora rising. When quiet waa restored
EYEN A SOLDIER,
CRIES THE PRESS
ifontlntied from Page One.)
bin with the entente power, aod Premier Sslandra esdaJmed:
w m nava rtt riianr in nur aiittar
this means that the two Germanic
nations, assisted by the Turks, find
tbemselTes facing seven European
powers, not counting Portugal, with
Japan In tbe background. How long
these states will refrain -from Jolnlns
In th) fray is not exactly known, b it
It is held there that this period of
time must of necessity be compara
Tha demand for compensation, ter
ritorial and other lee, of Rumanlj. mil
iaria and Oreoe are In proem of ar
raaceroent. according to person In Lon
don who are wetl Informed. Just t pres
ent tha excessive clatmi flrt put for
ward by these atatei are bclns cut down.
Belkaaa (.ettlnaT Readr.
Already reports are corrlng from Greece
of mora cordial relations between the
court, and former Premier Vanlicloa,
which caa only point In one direction.
"QeJllpoU armies ' already are in pro--ss
of formation In nnmo of tha Balkan
etates and the title sufficiently Indlratea
tha proposed scene of their artlvitiea.
Nothtnc yet has leaked out aa to when
tha flrat Italian blow will be atruck.
Judging from previous experience, when
he occasion for cennrship were far 1e
momentous, Italy will probably put In
effect style of supervision that will tand
as a etriklnjr abject lesson In many waya
la the eomparatlve amateure In this
field, Oreat Britain and Franc.
Military otxsrvcre are of the opinion
that tbe Italian advance wilt be bond to
aa the trendous Germanic preaaure
bearing today ao heavhy on the Hum lan
forces oa the Oallclan front.
Tha f.shUus south of Prcetnyal is ao
Intense that In some quarters In London
It is considered possible that "strategy
mar dictate tha abandonment" of that
fortress. Preomysl .appears to be a dan
gerous salient of tbe new Ruaalan line.
Ut i in Left Win Cheeked.
The most Interesting feature of the
laat Russian official communication to
British readers Is the reported check
rtrrn tat the left wing of the German
army, which. It Is claimed, has been
driven bark beyond the Iwanlska river.
It Is pointed out here that this would
aeerh to uncover the German flnnlc, and
If the Movement can be pushed home
English observers ar arguing that It
might hav soma effect on bringing the
Teutonlo advance to a standstill.
Ke Information has been rjteived her
yet to confirm tha report wMch cam te
hand last night ef a successful German
attack on Jbe Russian seaport of Riga,
on the "filths' Bom of the newspapers
discredit If statement
The political activities In London' con
tinua, but . the' composition ; of the new
national cabtuct 1s still In a condition of
POWER OF WAR
' tConttmjed frcai Page One.)
the bill conferring full powers on the
The vote wss 407 against t Ons mem
ber abstained from voting.
The Wl paaaed amid great enthusiasm.
"War Regarded aa Certala.
BERLIN (Via London). May M.-K
definite. Information Is available her re
tarding the Italian situation. Aa out
break of hostilities Is regarded as abso
lutely eertftln. but whether the Italian gov
ernment intends to take a deelalv step
and daolee- war today or, will postpone
the delivery of tu ultimatum for a few
days Is unknown. vn at tbe foreign of
fice, although there Is still uninterrupted
telegraph oommunloetloo between Berlin
and Frlne voa Buelow, the German anv
rhlef, who Is preparing to lead the frmv
toward a glorious future. Let us gather
round this well beloved sovereign."
It waa observed that the socialists took
part in the spplsuw.
Premier Palandra continued:
"since Italy's resurrection as a state
It has asserted Itself In the wot Id of
nations aa s factor of moderation, con
cord snd peace.
"In the last period, extending over
thirty years. It maintained Its eyrtem of
alliances and friendships chiefly with
the object of thu assuring European
equilibrium, and at the same time, peace.
lability ot Aim.
"Ia view of the nobility of this aim,
Italy not only subordinated t Its most
acred aspirations, but haa also been
forced to look on. with sorrow, at th
methodical attempts to suppress ape
plfl'ially the Italian charactrutlcs whloh
nature snd history Imprinted on these
The ultimatum wtiHh the Auetro
Hungarian empire addressed last July
to Serbia snnutled at one blow the t-
fecte of a long sustained effort by long
violating tha pact which bound us to
that state; violated the pact, in form, for
It omitted to conclude a preliminary
agreement with us or even give ua notl
fl ntlr.n. and violated It In aubstance, tr
It sought to disturb, to our detriment,
the delicate system of territorial po
sesslons snd sphere of Influence which
had been set up In the Ilelkan penlneula
nplrlt a Tev-aty.
But more than any particular point,
It waa the whole aplrlt of the treaty
which was wronged, and even suppressed,
for by unloosing in the world a most
terrible war. In direct contravention ot
our Interests and sentiment, the balance
of the triple alliance should have neipci
to assure, was destroyed, and the proo-
tt.lv'. national integniy waa
virtual! v and irresistibly revived.
"Nevertheless, for long monina u
government has patiently striven to find
a compromise with the object ot restor-
Ins to the agreement the reaaonaDie
Ing which It had loeL Tbea negotiations
were, however, limited not oniy or uma,
but by our national dignity. Beyond
these limits the Interests both ot our
honor and ef our country would be com
Premier Ha land re then propoatd that
a committee of eighteen deputies should
examine a bill composed of a single
article, which he nreeented.
The bill reads: "Th government I
authorised In caa of wsr and during the
duratkoa of war to rnaks decisions with
duo authority of law, In every reepect
renulred. for ith defense or tn iat
that guarantee of public order and urgent
eoonomlo national necessities. The pro
visions contained In articles tU- to. JB1
of the military code continue In force.
The govsrrment Is authorised ' also to
have recourse until December si. wis, to
monthly provWonal appropriations for
balancing the budget. This law shall
come Into foroe the day It Is passed."
After the presentation of th bill th
president of th chamber submitted the
question whether a commute of eight
een members hould be elected. Out t
43 deputies who voted, iff cast their bal
lot In the affirmative. The other fifty
four were against
The victory for the government was
complete. The bppoeltlon was composed
ot socialists and soma . adherents ot sa
Premier GlolltU. :
The chsmoer then recessed . until I
o'clock, when the commute was sspected
Th government made the same com-
munlcsu to th senate,
Later reports hav been received here
from, Rom that th Italian Chamber at
Deputies, by virtually a unanimous vote,
today granted full powers to th minister
copies ,f the Daily Mall In the center
and ma a bonfire ef them.
K.ffert of Attacks.
The Pall Mall Gaiette, discuMlng tho
"quite aatoundlns? newppancr attacks
upon Kltchemr," says that they have
created "an overwhelming Mntlment ef
public Indignatlr.n and have made the
secretary for war, who seemed weakened
on Wedneaday. more powerful and popu
lar than ever today."
After referring to the wide powrs pre
scribed by tbe war secretary In the time)
of war. the Oasette ya: j
'It Is not poesible to explain fully how I
nany matter that seem In a fair way of j
settlement ere complicated or Jeopardised
by the attacks on Kitchener. We fear.
that result wilt be an Increase in the !
stringency regulations Imposed on news-
"If the working of the constitutional '
machine Is made more difficult, we shall I
be -very near such a ituatlon as drives 1
democracy to a war over a dictatorship.
If we are to have a dictatorship. Lord ;
Kitchener undoubtedly will be dictator.
The country would demand It and the!
preas would count for nothing."
Paris Parks Are
No Longer Used as
Stock Feed Yards
(Correnpondence of The Associated Preea.)
PAR!.. May M. The Bols de Boulogne,
requisitioned for stock yard purposes In
anticipation of a second alege ef Parts,
la no longer held by the army. The sev
eral thousand cattle herded on the Long
champs and Auteull ran tracks, and the
thousands of sheep installed on the lawns
of the ESsgatelle I'av gone, to feed the
soldiers, and with their disappearance thn
eventuality of a return of the German
seems more remote than ever, though
they are Kill only fifty miles swsv.
Tha habitual promrneiler, though, ia
rarely encountered In the woods. There
are n officers taking their morning
gallop, but many convalescent soldier
from hospital around the Pol are seen
there taking tha air. The curious crowds
of September that flocked to the Bols
in order that they might hand down to
future generations storle of the live stock
that occupied the park during the war,
and ot the trenches across the Avenue
de Neullly, and then disappeared for the
winter, are slow to come back. What
one eee most often are little groups of
young men to whom a veteran la shout
ing: "Look out for the stroke of the butt!
You can't demolish any one that wsyl
Aim high tor the chest or the head!
Higher! Parry! Thru! Thrust hard!"
These are the conscripts liable to be
called out with the contingent of 1917
being taught by veterans the manual of
arm and fencing with the bayonet
At Ixngchampa snd Auteull the race
tracks were trodden Into deep mires by
the cattle and must be entirely regraded
and resodded. This work Is under y
though sll hope ot a Grand Prix for June
wssj long ago abandoned and the prospect
of fall racing Is very alight
Wile Onftsremtwlatee nka.
WASHINGTON. May . Prealdent
Wllaon today cabled to Prealdent Meocal
of t'uba congratulating him en the
thirteenth anniversary of Cuban Independence,
Jeaalnars Flgare It Oat.
Hughev Jennings flgurea tha America!
league pennant rests with Patrott. and
Chicago In the wert, and Boston. Wash
ington and Philadelphia In the eaet
Mud from Lassen
Drives People from
Homes in Hat Creek
REDDING. Cel., Msy !l.-A flood of
mud from the crater :t l.rrn Peak la
reported to day to have swept over Ifat
Creek valley In eastern Shasta county,
taking houMS with it. killing cattle and
driving people from their homes to the
hills. The mud Is said to have reached
a depth of from two to four feet
The mud, which has been reported aa
turning Into a lava-like consistency In
some place es It cooled, reached two
mile above Caaael, fifteen miles north,
along Hat creek.
Several brldgea are reported swept
sway, roads made Impossible and homes
destroyed. Farms, it la Mid, have been
Fred Seaborn, government foreat ranger
at Hat creek, mounted his horse and
rode at midnight through the valley,
warning , the farmer of Uis coming
danger and through them spread tbe
alarm to everyone within miles of the
flood. To him ranchers are giving credit
for saving many lives by his night ride,
Oreat clouds ot smoke from the
eruption of Lessen peak, which began
Wednesday night still obscure the
' The flood which began at midnight
slowly spent It fere and Its volume
during th morning hours, until shortly
before noon It was reported to be on the
point et receding.
beiaador la Roma.
Call et Eaveya.
Th call ef th Austro-Oermaa ambas
sadors oa Baron Sonnlno, th Italian for
eign minister, yesterday had to do with
arrangements for the protection ot Ger
man and Austrian nationals who may be
In Italy at th time that war la declared
. It is believed her that events un
doubtedly will develop with lightning-like
rapidity ono hostilities begins. It Is
thought the Italians probably will lay
great ealu to a sudden stroke to gain
aa Initial victory. Tber la reason to
believe that to Austro-Oermena are not
behind th Italian la their preparations.
REPORT 0M EVANGELISM
ROCIIBflTRB, N Y May SI DevoS
tlonal services, - conducted , by Rev.
Charles Wood, D. D.. Washington, D. C,
opened ' th second dsy's session of th
tfrth general assembly of the Preebyter
Isn church ot tit United Bute. With
th election of moderator disposed of
yesterday, th real work of the assem
bly was expected to be well under wsy
Today's program consisted of the an
nouncement of standing committees and
th presentation and consideration of the
reporta of the permanent committee on
evangellam, executive committee and th
commute on Christian life and work.
Special Interest centers in the report on
evangelism. In view of widespread at
tention given at present to th "Billy"
Sunday avangellatle methods.
Nearly 100 delegates are la attendance
at this thirty-sixth annual meeting of
the Women's Board of Home Mission,
which Is being held simultaneously with
tha general assembly.
as Lawful Prize
LONDON, May tt-The prise court has
decided that the German steamer
Ophelia, captured in the North Sea by
the British destroyer Meteor October IS,
114, and brought Into Yarmouth th
following day was a lawful prtie.
Germany protested that this act of
capture was In violation of ths Th
Hague convention, declaring that the
Ophelia wss a hospital ship. The Brit
lsh goverumont contended that the
PARIS, May . Th Temp publishes JOpheUa only purported to be a hospital
a tales ram from Rome, dispatched at
o'clock. In which the eorresponuent says:
"Ail the galleries in the Chamber ef
Deputies were crowded at I o'clock, some
time before Parliament reassembled.
Tber were tf deputlea In their teats.
Oaly one Incident marked the opening
af tbe eeseloa that was when Gabriel
d'Aaauasl entered the g wrier y. All tbe
deputies stood up and ahouted: "Viva
d'Annunslo! Viva lull!" tD'Annunsio is
known or his very radical stand In lavor
of war.) '
"Two er three socialist deputies pro
tasted against this ovation to d'Annunsto,
but their voices were lost In th cheering.
Big nor Marcora, president of the
Chamber, took hi place at I o'clock. All
the snembere of th house and everybody
h the galleries stood up to acclaim th
former follower ot Garibaldi.
"Than Premier tsalandra. followed by all
th members of the cabinet, en tared It
was a solemn moment. Then a delirium
of cries broke out 'Viva Calandra!' were
tbe words and the entering lasud for
five aalnuta. Premier Belsndra appeared
to be much moved by the demonstration.
"After th formaline of th opening
Premier Balandxa ereae and said:
Xientieroea: 1 have the honor to pre
sent to yeu a bill to meet the eventual
expenditure of a national war.'
"Prolonged applaiia followed this an
The pr.nui r then bc;sn n espositlun
of th Ituett.-in of Italy before the open
ing et hostilities in F:urap. II declared
that Italy had eubm'ttrd to every humilia
tion from Austria-Hungary for the love
of peace. Uy Ita unilmetutn to Rervle,
the premier said. Auatrla had annulled
the aquUibrlum of the Balkane and pre
Jvt&Xed Italian Inteiest there. Nutwtth-
hlp and, that as a matter of fa t It
was masquerading under false colors for
Praises Policy of
Wilson During War
LOtt ANGKLEtf. Cel.. Msy a.-Th
Northern Baptist convention In session
here, adoited by acclamation today
motion by Rev. Hoaard B. Grose of
Boston to send a mease it e to Prealdent
Wilson expreaMng admiration for the
wisdom and Christianity with which the
compllcatk-na developed by the European
war hav been met. The meaaag say
tha convention represents l.JM.eno Bap
Apartments, flats, houses and cottage
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Berlin Papers Regard
Italy as Traitor to
Its Former Allies
BERLIN. May U.-tVIa London V-The
morning papeis published long reports
ef the meeting yesterdsy of the Italian
Chamber ef lvpulr. Tew make edi
torial comment. bu thoee who dlaouas
th situation take a resolute but un
earned attit'id. The most prominent
feeling oppressed la revulsion at what t
regarded aa Italy's treat' he ry ia turning
ou a former ally.
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