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i BEATEN IN COURT
Tnited States District Court it Tren
ton Holds Great Corporation
Need Not Be Dissolved.
AN INJUNCTION IS REFUSED
Foreign Trade of Company Declared
Not to Be in Violation of the
PRICE FIXING RULED ILLEGAL
TRENTON. N. J.. June 3.
. The derision In the United Slates
Steel corporation suit was filed In
' the United States district court
this afternoon. It held that the
corporation should not be dis
solved. The principal points in
the decision are:
It refuses to issue any injunc
tion. It holds the foreign trade of
the steel corporation ia not a vio
lation of the Sherman law.
It holds certain price fixing
agreements which followed the
1 Gary dinners, but which stopped
Wore the bill was filed, to have
It allows the government to
move to retain jurisdiction of the
bill if such price-fixing prac
tices are renewed, but suggests
matters may now be controlled by
the new trade commission.
Wkat Opinions Are.
The opinions, twoln number, are largely
a discussion whether the steel corpora
tion monopolized the steel trade or dealt
unfairly with competitor or purchasers.
. The opinion says:
"This case, a proceeding under the
Sherman anti-trust law. Is one largely
of business facts."
It says all the trust cases thus far de
termined settle down to this, that only
such combinations are within the Sherman
act aa) by reason of Intent of those form
ing them, or the Inherent nature of their
contemplated Act. wrong the publlo by
unduly restricting competition or Unduly
obstructing the course ' of ' trade. 'It
further holds the questions of fact for
the court to determine whether, when
the bill was filed, the steel company was
unduly restricting competition or unduly
obstructing trade. In the horn market.
Whether It was restricting competition
or unduly obstructing trade la the for
eign market; and lastly, had the steel
corporation these objects In view when it
was formed In 1901 T The opinion holds
the proofs show, when the bill was filed,
the competitors of the steel' company
were doing 60 per cent of the country's
steel and iron business.
Not Rise bat Power.
The text of majority opinion says It is
not the slse of that which Is acquired,
but the trade power of that which Is not
acquired. In the ten years since the steel
corporation "was formed It "has Increased
Its business about 40 per cent. Nine
Krcat competing steel companies hsve
Increased theirs more, the lowest one A3
per rent, the highest 1.700 per cent.
With the completion of the Erie canal,
Lake Superior ores can be ' brought
cheaper to New York harbor than to
Pittsburgh. This meanH, the opinion
says, blast furnaces on New York harbor
waters. On the basis of the actual Iron
units In ore, Cuban ores can be delivered
In Philadelphia at one-half the cost of
Facts and figures show that there Is no
possibility of Lake Superior ore monop
oly. . .
The Cambria Steel company president,
the opinion said, showed that the United
Ftates Steel could not put It out of bus
iness. James R. Garfield, former secretary of
Commerce, according to the opinion,
showed the Steel corporation got no
Two Rallaara la Case.
There were two opinions filed In the
rase. Judge Bufflngton wrote the opinion,
which was concurred In by the other three
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Forecast till 7 p. m. Friday:
For Omaha. Council Bluffs and Vicinity
thower, not miuh change in tempera
TensBeratare at t-maia Teateralar.
6 a. m....
6 a, in....
7 a. m ...
9 a. m no i
a. m 66 !
10 a. m 67 i
11 a. m 70 i
12 m 68 :
1 p. ni 6X :
1 p. m 64 :
I p. m 7o
4 p. m 7
t p. m 7S
6 p. m 72
T p. m 71
Comparative Loral Record.
iir. 114. im isij
Highest yesterday 73 W 76 76
f ...... . IV
lowest yesterday 61 70 64 68 I
Mean temperature 6 7t 70 6H !
l'rwcipltaUun a: .U) ,u .wi
Temperature and precipitation depar- I
tures from the normal:
INormal temperature M '
.excess for the day u
Total -deficiency since March 1... . ti
Xormal precipitation 17 Inch
'fli lency for the day 15 nch 1
Total rainfall sln-e March 1.. t.bi Inches I
Wfl. lcnry since March 1 W inch
lteflctency for cor. period. 1K14. 3 63 n hes
iwr iw. penuu, a.ei Inches
Reports front Stations nt T P. M.
Station and Ktate Temp. High- Rala
1 p. in. ct. fall
les Molnva. cloudy....
North Piatt, cloudy...
Rapid City, rain
alt Ijik City. tain...
hanta re. part cloudv
Khnridan. part cloudy
Hiuii t'uy. cloudy....
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l A. WLEH. Local ForecasUr.
ITALIANS FIGHTING FOR FRANCE General Riciotti Garibaldi (on crutches), only
surviving son of the great liberator; next to him i3 his wife; Sante Garibaldi (with cane),
who has been fighting for France in the Argonne, and Joseph Garibaldi, colonel of the
INQUEST THROWS HO
LIGHT UPON MURDER
Coroner' Jury Finds Ada Swanion
Killed by Some Party
MRS. SYKES ON WITNESS. STAND
We, the Jury, find that Ada
Swanson came to her death as the
result of blows from a hatchet in
the hands of some unknown party
in the basement of the J. S. Sykes
residence, 2023 Spencer street, .
between the hours of 12:15 and
5:45 o'clock Friday, May 21. We
recommend that a reasonable re-
ward be offered, and that officers
make a vigilant search for the
; guilty party.
This la the verdict of the coroner's
Jury following the receipt of evi
dence, at the. inquest held yesterday
inquiring Into the mystery surround
ing the murder of , Ada SwanHon,
domestic in the J. S. . Sykes resi
dence, 2023 Spencer. The verdict
was returned after short' delibera
tion. , ' 1 .
' tr. R, W. Connelt, family physician of
the, Sykes household, was first called to
the stand, and offered no 'evidence that
had not been known and worked out by
the authorities. Dr. 8. M. McCleneghan,.
coroner's physician, described the wounds
and the general condition of th? body,
stating that there was absolutely nothing
to warrant the possibility of the girl hav
ing been outraged.
Mrs. Srkes on Stand.
. Mrs.- J. 8. Sykes took the stand and
related leaving 1 the house early the morn
ing of May 21, and in answer to ques
tions put by County Attorney George A.
Magney, told of the various establish
ments she visited downtown In the order
of each visit made.
With Miss Florence Osborne of Mis
souri Valley, who came to Omaha to at
tend a session of the Klester Sewing
school, she spent the forenoon shopping
and after luncheon the pair went to the
class. Miss Osborne was with Mrs. Sykes
throughout the entire day.
Returning homo a little after 6 o'clock,
she called to the girl and not receiving
an answer went out to the garden to
await her husband. At S o'clock, no
signs of the domestic being apparent, she
went Into the house and prepared the
evening meal. At 6:30 Mr. Sykes came
home and at dinner timo Ada's ubsenoe
Finds Her Bodr In Basement.
Following the meal, Mrs. ykes went
to the basement and finding the door
to the furnace room closed, she opened it
and discovered the body lying halfway
Into the coal bin. ,
Mrs. Sykes told of Ada's having a num
of men friends who called frequently,
but never heard Ada mention having
(Contlnud oen Page Three, Column Four.)
Norse Steamship is
Torpedoed and Sunk
LONDON, June S. Tho Norwegian
steamship Cubano was torpedoed and
sunk yesterday off the Flannan islands.
The crew was landed In the Hebrides, a
group of Islands oft the coast of Scotland.
The Cubano was formerly the British
steamship Strathmore. It was 2.S0G tons
net register and built at Qrennovk in 1912.
It was S7S feet long, fifty-two feet beam
and twenty-five feet deep.
Hood Will Command
WASHINGTON, June S. Secretary
Daniels, today designated Captain John
Hood of the naval general board to cpm
mand the dreadnaught Texas, to succeed
Captain A. W Grant, recently sslgnel
to the command of the Atlantic aulimarlmt
flotilla. Captain W. L. lingers, at pres
ent commanding the battleship Delaware,
will succeed Csptaln Hood as a member
of the general board.
BERLIN WILL REDUCE
PRICE OF BREAD JUNE 7
BERLIN (via London), June I. As an
Indication that Germany's flour supply Is
not Insufficient ths authorities have an
nounced that the price of various kinds
of bread will be reduced all over Ureal
I irlln June 7. Beginning on the same
sy ths balling of small loaves of hlt
flcur again will be permitted.
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The Day's War News
PHfKMYSI. II AS BKK.X HKTAKKV
by Aostrla. Offlelnl announce
ment was made nt Vienna that the
arret Galletan fortress won by the
Rnsalnna ten weeks aaro after n
Ions; strnaatle had been recaptured.
noi'MiKU AND HtmsiA appar
entlr hare been nnnble to com pone
their differences, concerning; nn
adjustment of the Roumanian
boundary linen. Roumanla's en
trance Into the war Is aald unof
ficially to be conditioned on anch
n agreement. A Milan dlapntch
states that King- Victor Bmniannel
has offered his service aa Inter
mediary between these natlona.
ITALIAN RRPORT of atendy proa
reaa In the Invasion of Austria, are
dlapnted la Vienna. The Austrian
war office announces that Italian.,
offensive operntlons have been na.
' successful and that ao material
damaare has been done , by the
. Italian artillery.
LITTLE REPUBLIC of Ban Marino,
with an area of twenty-two square
miles, which . Is surrounded by
Italian territory, ha approved It
aly's attitude toward Austria and
declared Itself to be In a state
OFFICIAL A'KOl CEMEXT was
made la Leadya today that a Brit
ish submarine- had torpedoed 1 a
larae (terman transport la the Wen
of Blannora. ..'..i
TWO ITALIA Jf TORPEDO BOATS
are said to have annk two ' mer
chant vessels and damasred an
Anstrlan eralsrr In the Gulf of
BRITONS SINK BIG '
Submarine Operating Near Constan
tinople Torpedoes Teuton Ship
in Pandama Bay.
ITALIANS RAID GULP OF TRIESTE
LONDON, June 3. A British nub
marine operating in the sea of Mar
mora torpedoed a large German
transport In Pandemia bay yesterday
morning. This announcement was
given out officially In London today
as having been received from the vice
admiral In command at the Darda
nelles. It Is aald also that this sub
marine was one of several operating
in these waters.
Italians Raid Gulf of Trieste. '
GENEVA, June 'i. (Via Paris.)
News dispatches received here de
clare that two Italian torpedo boats
early yesterday morning entered the
Gulf of Trieste, sank two merchant
vessels and damaged an Austrian
Colorado Guard is
Ordered to Be Ready
i to Mobilize at Once
DENVER. June I.-Adjntant General
John Chase of the Colorado National
I Guard today received orders from the
War department In Warhlngton to be
prepared to mobilize fpon an hour's
notice, according to re! Utile Information.
The order. It U said, was acroir.ranled
nun a requ promomng aiscusnlon Of
i Election Workers
Demand Their Pay
TVta iv:irt iru -ui
meeting wss to be held today by mora)
thsn !,' elictioii woikeis, men and
worr.en, w no alter storminK the head
quarter cf the Business Men's com
mitUc, demanding their pay, jnarchel
last night to the police aUtion and marie
formal complaint. They Intended today
to appeal to the district attorney.
They asserted they had been employed
In the Interests of Frederick J. Whlffen. I
who was defeated l.y Charles E. Stbastlan
for mayor. It was alleged they were to
receive ti ll If Whiffen was defeated, and
double that amount If he was elected.
Managers -of the Whiffen campaign dis
claim sny responsibility fur the employ
roenl of the workers.
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Special Train Arranged to Carry 150
Foreigners Out of Southern
VILLA TROOPS CAPTURE SILA0
WASHINGTON, June 3. The
Brazilian minister in Mexico City to
day telegraphed Secretary Bryan
that he had arranged for a special
train to remove 150 Americans and
many other foreigners, who are
leaving the capital because of the
Consular Agent Carothers at Chihuahua
report. I today that Villa troops. In a
flank movement, captured Bilao and put
Carransa's cavalry forces to route.
Obregon, the Carransa commander, ha
said, Is surrounded at Trinidad, by Villa
tnfsntry and has lost trains awl large
quantities of supplies.
Eltseb Arredondo, head of the Car
ransa agency here, today Issued the fol
lowing comment on, ' President WUson'i
"I believe that President Wilson's note
la largely due to the lack of relations
between the government of the United
States and the constitutionalists govern
ment of Mexico and that this has given
room to the many falsa reports which
have victimized General Carransa, at
tributing to him acts and omissions of
which he is lncspable.
Mr. Carransa lately has ordered the ad
vance of his troops toward the City of
Mexico; which he will undoubtedly take
before the week is over, and I understand)
he will - Immediately establish there a
provisional civil administration until he
can wipe out the remnants of the reac
tionaries and convene the people to the
election of officers of a constitutional
"There is no danger, therefore, that
strife may prolong Itself In Mexico and
cause greater calamities for the people,
which I am Inclined to believe Is the
only thing that worries the government
of the Tnited States.''
Widow Driven from
Claim by Jumpers
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Juna .(Special.)
The meanest offense ever charged
against defendants In ths United States
court for the district of Wyoming Is that
of which Orln I. Htenger and Orln A.
Zinc of Van Tassell were convicted by a
Jury last evening, after a trial lasting two
days. They were found guilty of having
conspired to prevent Mrs. Alva Pierce,
a widow, from homesteading a claim in
Niobrara county. The evidence was that
they , drove her from her home on the
claim, moved her buildings and sold them.
Sentence has not yet been pronounced
on the pair.
Jane Addams Sees
GENEVA (Via Paris). June 8.-Jans
Addams of Chicago, accompanied by sev
eral of the women delegates to the recent
Internationa! congress at The Hague,
has been presented at Berne to M. Motta.
president of Switzerland, by P. A. Sto
vall. the American minister.
Miss Addams spoke of the position of
neutral nations .toward the war and of
the attitude of Swltserland toward the ef
forts of securing a quick and durable
President Motta replied he did not think
the moment for this was opportune, but
that Snitxerland v.ss ready to aid neutral
states in any peace steps when ths right
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Omaha has something doing
almost all the time in the
way of wholesome sports.
Golf, tennis, cricket, boat
in and track athletics have
active devotees as well as
baseball, football, etc., in
V r A
DERNBURG WILL RD N
BUREAU FOR KAISER
Repmentative of Emperor on Re
turn from United States to Have
Charge of Publicity Cam
paign in North.
Pro-German Propaganda Will Be
Started with Renewed Energy
in Viking Newspaper.
ALLIES' GIVE SATE CONDUCT
LONDON, June 3. A dispatch
from Amsterdam to the Exchange
Telegraph company, says that, ac
cording to Berlin telegram. Dr.
Dernhurg, on return to Europe from
the United States, will be given
charge of the press bureau organ!
zntion fnr Scandanavian countries
with headquarters al Copenhagen,
A pro-German campaign In the Scan
dinavian press, the dispatch adds,
will then he started with renewed
The announcement made at Washing
ton that the Britlsih government, In con
Junction with the French and' Husslan
governments, has assured the State de
partment It would give aafe conduct to
Bern hard Dernburg, former colonial sec
retary of Germany, when lie leaves the
United States was confirmed here today
with the additional statement that this
arangement had been made at Vr. IVrn
burg's wish. The Intermediary through
whom the request wss made has not been
City of Mexico is
WASHINGTON. June $.-An appeal to
the Ked Cross from the International re
lief committee in Mexico City, sent
through the Ftrailllan minister thcrcV was
made public here today, it follows:
"We appeal for starving Mexico. Gov
ernment supplies nearly exhausted; no
prospect of relief. Condition of disorder.
lark of seed, men snd animals, and In
security of harvest prevent planting.
The alttiatlcn In this city Is desperate on
account of shortage of food and medical
supplies. Regular railway service be
tween city and border, Aguaa Callentes
and the coast suspended since February.
Imperative need everywhere la corn.' Also
urgently require beans, flour and medi
cine. Only hope is from United States.
Wa are doing all possible, but resources
; Distribution of American' Hed Cross re
lief supplies haa. ' begun In ' Monterey,
Mexico. Consul General Hanna today re
ported that one car of corn, one car of
beans and a ear of flour had arrhed. The
people ara not allowed to buy more thsn
two or three pounds of either at one time.
The Jted Cross will push on supplies
to other interior points as transportation
facilities are restored.
Zogg Says General
Otis Hired Him to
L08 ANQEU08, Cal.. June S.-N. a
Zogg, self-styled Mexican revolutionary
general on trial for issuing a worthless
check, declared on the witness stand In
the superior court today that he had
been engaged by General Harrison Gray
Otis, owner of the Ins Angeles Times,
and General B. J. Vlljoen, a former Boer
leader, to organise a revolt In Lower
California. General Otis" son-in-law,
Harry Chandler, recently was Indicted on
a charge of having conspired to violate
American neutrality by supporting such
a revolutionary scheme.
General Harrison Gray Otis declared in
an Interview he had never heard of Zogg.
General Otis Is at Tehan Rancho, near
Hakersrieia, and was reached by tele
phone. "I never authorised him or any one else
to organise an expedition to lower Call
fornla," he added. 'The man Is not
tolling the truth."
Harry Chandler also said he had never
heard of Zogg.
"The story, 1 think. Is a fabrication
for the purpose of excusing his offense of
passing vslueleas checks," ha said.
Zogg was convlrted.
Off Harbor of Volo
PARIS, June I. A Haves dUpatch from
Athens says that the captain of the
Greek steamer Anatodla has reported to
the port authorities at Volo that he met
a German submarine which came within
a few yards of the Anatolia. He im
mediately bolsted tbs Greek flag, where
upon the submarine turned and went off.
A Chios dUpatch says that Greek
peasants have arrested three Turkish
spies who were watching the movements
of the allied sVJadron from a sailing
ship. The spies were banded over to ths
The Turks have suffered heavy losses In
the recent fighting al the Dardanelles. A
great number of wounded have been taken
to Alvall, a Greek town In Asia Minor and
have been Installed In the houses of the
Greeks, the hospital being overcrowded.
SUBMARINE K-8 MAKES
TWO PERFECT SHOTS
LOS ANGELES, lune 1-The submar
ine K-S, In battle practice off San Pedro,
hit the monitor Cheyenne, moving at an
known speed, at a rangs of Ifm
yards, with two torpedoes out of a pos-
sihls two. It was learned todsy. Offtoers
snd men of the K-l appeared confident of
receiving the naval tro hy for perfect
core In battle practice. It bow Is held
by th H-L
PROMINENT CITY OFFICIAL OF
DES MOINES COMING.
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FLOYD P. MILISfl.
Floyd F. Miles, city treasurer of Pea
Mnlncs, secretary of the Press clu'.i and
formerly city editor of the Capital, whe
hit .the trail In the Billy Sunday cam
paign In Ies Moines, siMk at the Voting
Men's Christian association Hundsv at 4
o'clock June 6. for men only, on the sub
ject, "Hcoopa, or Things I Know About
You." Mr. Miles has been promlnt nt In
Hip gospel team work of Dcs Moines busi
WILSON WORKS ON
All Statements in Kaiser's Reply
Save One Will Be, Regarded
WILL STICK TO THE MAIN ISSUE
WASHINGTON. June 3. Presi
dent Wilson worked most of today
on the new note to Germany.
The situation had developed to a
point where, although the visit" of
Count Ilernstorff, the German am
bassador, to the president yesterday
was believed likely to enlighten the
lierlin Foreign office on the attitude
ot the United State. The American
government is unmoved In Its Inten
tion to determine promptly whether
German submarine commanders will
hereafter respect the principles of
The fact upon which the German gov
ernment asked agreement, tt la now
practically certain. ' will be treated by
the note as irrevaleat with on excep
tion. It is understood that tha note will
restate that ths LwsUsaU swea a
peaceful erutae, did not reetst capture
and was unarmed. All the other points
raised by Germany aro deemed Irrevelant
under ths law of natlona.
The purpose of the United States In the
new not will be to dlseever whether
Germany will In the future, on encoun
tering vessels of any nationality that are
unarmed, transfer passenger and crew
to places of safety should a vessel, rar
rytng contraband, . be certain of con
demnation In a prtie court, and therefor
subject to destruction.
Lasltaala No Armed.
It Was reiterated at the State denart.
ment today that whll affidavits filed
mere Dy the German embassy, contend
ing that the Lusitanla was armed, had
been carefully considered, the proof of
the United (dates that the Laialtania
was unarmed was beyond queatlon.
None of the signers. In the oelnlon of
officials, could have made as searching
an investigation aa did customs inspec
tors, who wor official y ordered to as.
amine decks of vessels and thslr holds
for fhe one thing the presenoe of guns.
Had there been explosives aboard of
ficials say clearance would have fen
refused. Before ths InsHanla sailed all
such facts were In possession of the
Count Bornstorff. the German amh...
sador, conferred briefly with Secretary
uryan today and would not discuss tha
subject of his visit.
Burglar Says Easier
to Be Crooked Than
Straight in Gotham
CHICAGO. June I. Nathan Rtelnhera-.
the burglar who says he does not smoke,
drink and dissipate and nrava dallv and
who admits that In ten years he stole
snu disposed of 11,000.000 worth of prop
erty, resumed the witness stand In tha
so-called police graft case today and
underwent cross examination.
"When I ram from Austria, mil h.
to get work In New Tork I was iu. .
clean-handed kid with no other ambition
man to uv an honest life," said Stein
berg, witness for th state.
"Whet mad you obanra?" aakarf At
torney Charles Erbsteln of counsel for th
three former police officials on trial.
"Nw Tork. Just llttls old New Tork,"
replied th witness with an abrupt ges
tur. "It is easier to bs crooked than
straight th.re, and a great deal m
Th cross-examination ' was rflrort.ri
largely to the purpose of trying to show
thst Steinberg and other offenders who
win appear for th state conspired whll
In prison to get in th good graces of
RUte"s Attorney Hoyn by giving evldene
against th pollc.
WOMAN LOST AT SEA ,
DECLARED LEAGALLY DEAD
DECATITR. m.. June a-Mra. Oeorg
A. Keller wss today declared legally dead
by Judg J. 11. McCoy In the Macon
county court and her estate, valued at
1200.000, will b turned ovr to her hus
band. Mrs. Kaller lost her Iff almost
eight yaars ago when ah and her three
daughters want down with th steamer
Columbia In a storm on th Pactflo coast.
George A. Keller waa formally president
of th Orest Western raolng circuit and
Is known to harneaa horseniee In all parts
of th counttT. A son. RdwaM Keller,
living In Portland, Ore., wtll also shar
ia the aetata, k
Russian Garrison is Forced to Capit
ulate After a Bombardment
that Lasted for Period
of Twenty Days.
FIRE OF BIO GUNS TERRIFIC
Teuton Allies Saorifioe Thousands of
Men and Tons of Ammunition
BLOODIEST INCUENT OF WAR
LONDON, June 3. After a siege
cf three weeks the fortress of Prse
tuysl, In Galicla, has fallen to tht
Austrlans. The Russians were lo
possession a little over seventy, days.
This news was received in London
with a certain degree of surprise.
While It had been well known that
the Russian position at Przemysl wai
serious and that the artillery fire of
the Germanic allies was daily becoming-
more terrific, the announcement
of an Austrian victory waa not ex
pected so quickly, particularly in
view of the official statement from
Petrograd of last Monday saying the
Anatro-German grip before Pnemysl
had been broken and that the offen
sive In the great Galiclan struggle
had passed to the Russians.
leer. Lasts Tweatr Dar.
The Austrian entered Praemysl st S:X
o'clock this morning after hammering
with heavy guns that 1 sated, mora than
twenty day. The capitulation cf
Prsemysl must b ascribed to tha t
feotivwoeaa of this artillery onslaught.
Tha occupation of tha fortress by the
Austrian wtll remove th danger of th
Russian threat against Craow.
Whan th Russians starved out th
Austrian garrison at Prsemysl, an oper
ation which brought them Into th fort
res on Mamh t, they did It slowly and
sywtenmticalty, conserving the lives of
their . men as much as possible. The
method whioh th Auetro-Oerroiuia have
been employing recently to aooompllah
th sum end haa been entirely different.
Then expenditure In man and ammuni
tion haa perhaps aaitdon anything In
this war. not vn excepting tha Gr- ,
man rushes-for Calais and th terrible
struggles along th Yser nvar.
Greatest Pweilar f War.
Th retaking 'th the Priemya fort
ress . already has been oharaetarlaed by
British observers as bn of the most r. '
mart able feature W tha war. Imme
diately after th surrender of th Aus
tria garrison, ttv Russian began a
westward rush through Gal aria, and It '
was- predunted that thay would soon
e-eerrun both Silesia and th plains of
Hungary. . - i 11(123
A terrific Austro-Oerman offeneree was
Inaugurated, no were r, the result of
which was to drive th Russians back
to th San and to nsbl ths Teutonlo
allies to nc4rol Prsemysl and' attack
It from th north and th southeast.
Th strength of th Russian garrison
within tha fortress has not been known
New Attack Warsaw.
Another feature of th fighting on th
atrn frontier Is th new attack on
Warsaw. Neither th Russian nor tha
British newspapers are able to aay
whether the renewed battering of th
Russian line between tha Plllca and th
Vistula is a serious effort to break
through to the Polish capital or a mova
timed to prevent th Russians from
rushing reinforcement to their hard
pressed troops In Galicla, But whatever
th motive, tha assault haa been violent
and In force along a front of about
twenty-five miles, tha hardest pressure
being brought to bear on tlte Russians
along the the Bsura and Rawka rivers.
This Is th fiftieth anniversary of the
birth of King George, but because of tho
war no celebrations are being held. '
Th new government meets Parliament
for th first time today. Aside trom the
formality of passing the bill to obviate
th necessity of ministers 'In the new
cabinet for seeking re-election, rhlef In
terest centered in th promised speech
of Premier Asquith In the House of
Common on th new coalition gM-rn-
ment and th entry of Italy into the
Raaslana TaJt Villages.
PETROGRAD, June . (Via Locdon.V-
An official statement issued last night
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