GilEIIT EVENTS OF IHEYHIIINeRIEF
Progress of the War of Civiliza¬ tion Against Germany.
AMERICA ENTERS CONFLICT
KIrarairiia Indorsed <>« <1<>rlarad acainat ¦fpAra.te p^NCA.
Two Onrmnn (1»«fr«>yers mink off r>ov«r.
April n.- Brltlnh war cotnml»«loti Arrlvad In united fltate*.
Turkey seTered relatlona with T7nit«<] States.
April J4.-Fr*nrh war eommlMrtoti ar- rlvftd In TTnlt«p*r«t« opposition by Garmans.
April 28—Oerman i1««troyer« bombmrded Dunkirk but wen- drWen otf.
American tsnker Vaniiim sunK by mib- inartne; naval lieutenant and • sunneri lost
Katlonal Hiiard of If statM and TMatrlet of C'oiumhla mobiiiiad.
July a-0«>rm*ny yielded to Argftntlne demainds ronoernlng inibmarlne warfare.
I..«ndtnit of moro Am«rl'-An troopa In Frmn,* iinnoiTnr«<1
War Indiietrlee board. F. M. Scott chair¬ man created.
July M- Oermans penetrated Roaslan territory eait of Zbrf>c«. but Russian r«- tlatanre ntlfT^ned.
Henry fhupman Ollbert, Waahlnirton. flrat man arrepted for National army.
British cruiser Ariadne torp«do«d; B ktllod.
July tl.-Anglo-French forces op«r»«<' frsat OfTenslve In Flanders on >» mil* front taking II vlllaires and S.OOS prisoners.
Aus. 1. British nnd Frflpoh gained fur-
Cxar of Russia Deposed and Radicals •eek Pescs — Hindenburg Line Smaahed by Allies and Teu¬ tons Invade Italy—Other , Important Hsppen-
inga of 1017.
Csmplled by E- W. PICKARD.
»-.„ m. n.i.i.K _^-....in,t th«r fround In Ypres sector, btit Oermans is^?l\ ?!„";?" «x^c"P«e<» Arleaux and | f^^^^^^^ gj j^,, ^„j p^j „, west- nair or Oppy, , . hoek
April » romrsssf passed army bins. . • • _n,-_,_ _„__,„ ,,,^w-1„ inaa- witf. eelertive cr,ns^lptlon features. ! jers remuwd coanter-attacks In naa
O-mtem.la s.rsre^ relations with ««'-f "j^'orXfT succ«^rted BrussllofT .as com- many.
t^Iii «• /i.n.rai ^atmin me.d« chief of ' 'na'i<'er In chief of Rusfllan armie*.
April »-Oeneral PetSln maoe cnier or | j^ l.-Austrians captured Csernowlis
rencn stan. _, and Kimnniimv
May «.-Chilean minister to <^rmany •"J' K^^pol. ng^ rianders
»manded hin passports. oIL""" Tl'?."!. "^J ."'""!"i.^'*,,!ICr.r..-..
THE WORLD WAR
Jan. 1.—Oermans defeated Ruralana In Wallachla.
British transport Irernia sunk In Me4l. torranean: IM innt.
Jan. ».—Premier Trepoff of nussla re¬ signed and waa aurtcjt»dfxl by Prince OoUt- slne.
British warship Cornwalllg sunk by tor¬ pedo.
Jan. U—Japanese bfi.ttleshlp Tsukubs destroyed by explosion; 1S3 killed.
Jan. 22.—I'reeldcnt Wilson, aildreasinc senate, gnve world otitllne of terma on which hn believed lasting pea<'e could h» concluded.
Jan. 23.—DeBtroyers foiiRht two eny^age- mente In North sea, tho Oermans loslns several vessele and tho KnKllsh one.
Jan 2B.- . 4.—Oermiiny aprced to roleaso Americans taK'H by TOmtntree rald»*r,
Onrman gufboat Interned nt Honolulu burned by crew; many German vessels In American ports diimuicefl.
Feb. B.—Oerman submarine shi'IIerl and '•ank BrltiRh nrovlslonnl naval collier EftYSWfdhe and killed fnur men, Including Hlchard Wnllace, Amerlcnn.
DelfTlan relief .steamer Lars Kruao sunk by Oerman submarine; all but one of crew lost.
Feb. 7.—Anchor liner (""allfornta anrl oth¬ er vessels punk by German uubmurlne; 41 lost on California.
Feb. 12.—President Wilson refused parley sought by Germany.
American sclionncr Lyman M. La'W de¬ stroyed by Austrian submarine.
Feb 17.—British smaslied German lines on both bIcIps of Anrre river.
U. S. sent peremptory dtmrtnd to Ger¬ many for release of Yarrowdale prlaoriers.
Oerman submarine sank Italian trans¬ port; 99S lives lost.
Feb. 22.—Germany freed the Yarrowdale prisoners.
Feb. 25.—German submarine sunk Cunar- der I.aconia ott Irish coast; 12 lost. Includ¬ ing Mrs. A. H. Hoy ari.1 daughter of Chi¬ cago, and one American member of crew.
British and Oerman destroyers fought In English Channel.
Feb. 26.—President "Wilson asked con¬ gress to Rrant him powers to protect American shlpplnfr.
British took Kut-et-Amara from Turks.
Feb. 28.—tl. S. government revcalerl Oerman plot to join with Mexico and Japan In maklnR wur on United States.
British oc('\ipled Gommecourt and other Vlllngos In Ancrn region.
French destroyer Casslnl torpedoed; 106 lost.
March 2.—Oermany announced all ven- sels would be sunk hereafter without Warning.
March 4.—Austrian attack east of Gorltz repulsed with great lo.sses.
March 9.—President Wilson ordered the srmlnK of TT, S. merchant vessels.
March 11.—Bagdad captured by British.
Murch 12.—Itevolutloti begun In I'etro- griid.
March 13—China severed diplomatic re- latlon.s with Cprmany.
Russian Imperial cabinet deposed by duma.
March 14.—Germans In great retreat along Homme front. ,
March 15.—Czar Nicholas abdicated Rus¬ sian throne for himself nnd til:i son.
Kusslana captured Ilamadan, Asiatic Turkey.
March 17.—British took Bapaume and French took Roye.
Zeppelins raided London; ono shot down near Complegne, France.
llrland cabinet In France resigned.
March IS—Amerlcjin freighters Vlirllan- cla, City of Memphis and IlIliKiis, sunk by Gerni.'in svibinjirinc; 22 perished.
British and French advanced 10 miles on 70-mlle front and took Peronne, Chaulnes and Noye.
March 19.—Germans made new fierce drive at Verdun, but were repulsed with enormous losses.
KIImiI formed new French cabinet.
M.in h L'l.—British took forty more towns In France.
MarcU 26.—French occupied Folcmbray and I.a Feulllec south of Cnuoy forest.
British raptured I.ajrnlcourt.
March 28.—New Ruaslim govemment In- Stalled.
April 1.—British captured Savy, Ven- delles, Epeliy and Pclzlere.
French ri'ached outskirts of Vauxalllon and LulTaux.
Armed American ship Aztec sunk by Oemiun ¦ulunarliie oft French coa^it; 19 of crew saved.
Apill 2.—I'resident Wilson, addressing special session uf conKress. lusked fonnul resolution that stale of war was In exis¬ tence bvtween thu llnUeU ISiutcH uud Uei- tuuny, and called (or co-upuraliuii with entente allies tu defeat German autocracy.
April 4.—Senate passed resolution doclar- Ing Bluto of war between U. a. and Uer- inany, by u vote of &i to 6.
April by vote of
sfgned It and l! lost.
Britlata transport Caiueronia sunk; 140 loat.
April IS.—President Wilson Issued proc- damatlon warning acalnts the couauilsulun «f treasonable acts.
OonVTsaHt approprlatsd IIOO.QOO.OOO fur
demanded his passpor May 4.-Frenih captured Craonna. House passed espionage bill with modi- fled press censorship clause.
Brittah transport Transylvania torpe¬ doed; 413 lives loat.
May B—French made big a/lvance on four mile front sotithwest of lAon.
May «.-BollTla severed relations with Oermany. ^ ,
May 7.—Coalition ro^emment of prorl- slnnal irovernment and soldiers' and work-
nen'n ielegatcs formed In Runsla. i . , nn„».-«t-« f...-..^,. a«wMw>i1 nmr
May 11. Italy reported destruction of U -AV^t '^^rTfh .TV »ri,.'^T spewKJ nmm
L...Tu.r. ...i.marinaa In rin« week etrenslre nerlh of Fokshanl.
krman Bubmarlnea In one weeK. | ^^^^ ooatrol Mil SMit U Presldwit Wll¬
aon. Canadian conscrlwtlon WU passed. A tic. . Teutons foroed crossing: of l*»- cbltsa rlrnr In Fokshanl region. Ati». M.-British drove Oermans back
Serious Jlraft riots In central OkUhoma
Aug. 4,—Shipping board commandeered about f75 ships under jhonstructlnn.
Ati«. ».-Presi d fit .Wilson drafted entire National Oiuird Inle federal service.
Germans made violent attack on British In Hollebeka
Au«. I.—Chancellor MIchae'ts made many ehsntea In Imperial and Prussian minis¬ ter! •#,
Premier Kereneky ootnpleted a coalition cablnst.
^t. •.—Peni kreke off relations with Oermany,
Congress completed Its war program and adjourned.
Oct T.-Uruiniay severed relations with Oermsny
Oct. 12 - Prltlsh falned half mils on Sit mils front In Flanders.
riermnni captured part of Island of Oeaei In Oulf of Rl»a
Oct. 14.-preatdent Wilson created war
works of UnlSn Switch eoinT>s.nf near PIttahurfh.
Feb. il.-Oreat rnnflaitratlon in the PIrastiB Oreece; heavy loss of life.
Feb. h.-Britlah transport M^ndl mink In collision; ta South African laborers lost.
March ll.-Tornado In east central In¬ dians killed more than ». March 2S-Thirty eight peraona klUed
. "- ^- "— , ^ ,. „¦ ^ ... ,- . ., _ I *"d 200 Injured when tornado wrecked
board fo stop trading With the enemy and O"" '» «"> Goethals msde acting auburba and part of elty of New Albany, took other steps to curb enemy activities quartermaster general and Oen. Wheel- Ind.
sis merchantmen stink In North sea hy Oermans.
I>ec. IS.—Armistice agreement signed by Rtisslan bolshevlkl government and Teutonic allies.
"War council In IT. 8. war department created.
I>ec. 17.—Chsrlea Plei succeeded Rear Admiral Harris aa general manager of the emergency fleet corporation.
In America. " er acting chief of ordnance.
One Russian snd tw» Oerman torpedo i Oerman air raid on England, boats stink In battle near Oesel.
Oct 15. -IVstriif tion of French steamer Medte by submarine announced; SO lives loat.
Oct 11.-Two Oerman raiders sank two British destrnyera and 11 flcandlnavlan merhantmen thsy were convoying In ths North sea. Jan. 17.-Danish Weat lndl»a pa
Ort 17 Germans In full possession of Is- der sovereignly of United Statee.
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Chicago koard of trade stopped trsdtng In May wheat. .^. _
May 12.-British again hit the Hlnden- tsjrg line, establishing themeelvee near Bullecsurt. |
May 14 flenate paased eepionajge bills
rithout prohibition and press censorship I two miles In Zanders and Fi lansen vanr*^ east and north ef Blxsch
Italians attacked a'ong the whole Isonso front, gaining ground norlh sf Oorlts.
May IS.-Chancelor Hollweg before the RelchBt.ag refused to discuss Germany's peace alms.
Trading In wheat ftitures stopped In six middle west exchanges. I ItHllann made big gains on Julian front,
taking Monte Cucfo snd Monte Vodlce. j May IT.-.Senate passed army draft bill. ' British completed capture of BiiUer-ourt. i May IR-President Wilson ordTed one division, commanded by General I'ershing sent to France at once Ife also signed • the army draft bill and se; June E for 1 regl.-it ration day.
Honduras severed relatlona with Oer-
May 19—President Wilron selorted H.
i C. Hoover as head of a food control board.
Nicaragua severed relations with Ger-
, Bonute passed tho $3,342,000,000 war bud¬ get.
May 2.1—House passed war tax bill car¬ rying $1,S7(|,(J0(1,()«».
Secretary l.anslnff refused passports for American delef?ntca to Hlockholm soclal- . 1st peace confereiuv.
Afneri<;aii sMp carrying suppliea to SvvIl7orlan<5 KTlnk by torpedo. I'reinler Tlsza and entire Hungarian , cabinft resigned.
May 24.—Itaii.ina broke through Austrian front from Cu.staKnavlzza to Gulf of I Trieste, taking 9,iiOo prisoners. i May 25—First American field service I corp.s went tn front in I'Yance. j Germans made air raid on southeastern 1 England, killing 76 and Injuring 1744.
May 27.—Italians again broke through I Austrifin lines. i May 29—War department Issued call for
100,(100 volunh'prs for regular army. ; London reported sinking of hospital ship and armed cruiser by submarines
Aug. 11.—Arthur Henderson resigned as labor memher of British war cabinet, be¬ ing urr.vtKt cf double dealing concerning Btookholm conference,
Herbert Hoover nads American food ad- mlnlstrafsr,
Aug. 18.—Ocrmsui airplanes raided Eng¬ land, killing M.
Aug. 14.-China declared war on Oer¬ many and Austria-Hungary.
F'eace preposala by the pope made pub¬ lic.
Aug, 15,—Canadian troops captured Hill 70. dominating I,cns anc! the Loos salient, and entered I.ena.
IT. B. government's plan to control flour an'l wheat put In operation.
Aug. IS—Tlrltlsh and Trench made big gnliin In Flanderb. taking I*ngemarck and oltier villages.
Von Mackensen drove Russians across the Sereth river.
Aug. U.—French made great airplane raids on Oerman positions In Belgium anJ Germany.
Itnllans began new offensive In the Ison¬ zo region.
Allp. 19.—British lino advanced 600 yards eoHt of I..anpemarcl<, mainly with "tanks."
Mnnv I. W. W. leaders arrested by U. B. federal agert."?.
Aug. 20.—French drove back Oermans In Verdun sector on 11 mile front, taking J vorourt wood, I.e Mort Homme summits, Corbeaux wood and Champneuvllle.
Aug. 21.—British forced their way fur¬ ther Info the defenses of I/ens,
French made further advancea In Ver¬ dun sector.
Aug. I3.--Germans opened offenslvs In nlffa region.
British took Important positions along Tprcs-Menin road.
Germans made air raids on English coast, killing 11.
Aug. 23—Dr. TI. A. Garfield made fuel
Brazil chamber of deputies authorized administrator of U. 8 revocation nf neutrality decree. , Aug. 24.-BrItlsh pushed back on Tpres
.Tunt"! 2.—Senate passed flrst of admin- ¦ Mentn road
Istration's food bills.
Fotirteen German and Hindoo plotters indicted by federal grrand jury at Chicago.
V. 8. railroad commission to Russia ar¬ rived at Vladivostok.
Juno 3. —American commission to Rus¬ sia, hf.T.ded by Root, reached Russian port.
French repulsed five great attacks south of I.rfi.on.
Juno 4.—BniFsllofT mnde commander In chief of Russian armies.
June 5.—Moro than ten million young Americans registered for the National army.
German aviators raided naval base In the Medway near London, but were driven off, losing eight mai:lilnes.
British inado big advance on north bank of the Scarpc.
American finer sank German submarine after long fight.
June 7. —British bcRan great offensive In Belgium, blowing \n> Measlnes ridge and advancing B miles on 9-mllo front, Btralg:htenlng out Mi? siiUont.
June 8.—(ieneral I'ershing and staCC ar¬ rived In Kngland
French look Hill 304, Verdun, by storm.
Aug 24.—Italians captured Monte Santo, northeast of Oorlila.
Aug. 2S—President Wilson relected the popo's peace proposals as impossible while Gorman autocracy exists.
Aug. 30.—TT. 8. wheat committee fixed baxic price for 1917 crop at i2.20.
Germans made air raid on port of Rlgra.
Sept. 1.—British destroyers destroyed four German armed trawlers off Jutland.
Sept. S.—Russluris abandoned Riga.
German airplanes raided Chatham, Eng¬ land, killing 1()8.
Sept. 4.—Italians captured Monte San Gabrlele.
German submarine shelled Scarborough and airplanes bombed London.
Kept. 5.—American National army began movement to cantoninenta.
I'ederal agents raided I. W. W. quar¬ ters throughout country.
American niercliuntinen under convoy attacked by U-boats; two steanishlps and one submarine sunk.
Sept. 6.—Hou.se pas.sed war creillts bill
Germany hroke off relations with Haiti, authorizing $ll,53S,94i,4tiO In bunds and cer
-Iloube paased war resolution : »T3 to 50; I'resident WUbou
smertcency war fuud
French opened great olT«Dslve on K- nU« front between aiuiaisuna aud Keiina, takliia W.OOO priaonera
' April IT. -Seiiatv unanlroously passsd fl,- «8lO0O.Q(W bond issue bill.
Oermans sank two Britlsk hospital shipe - with wouuaWd Brttlah aad Oer-
April la—American User Mongolia sank •Osnaan swbiaartns la Irisit tm.
June lO.-General Pcralilng's stuff rived In France.
Juno 12. —KlnK Conpfantlne of Greece, forced liy tho allies, abdicated In favor of Prince Alexander, his second son.
American Ble.unKhlp I'elroUto reported . sunk by submarine.
June IS.-Oermans made air raid on Lon¬ don, killing »7 and wnunding 437.
Army and naw diflriency appropriation Mil carrying $3,bOO.o»ed of the secre¬ taries of state, agrlcultiiro and comnicrca and the food admlni.«trator.
June 26.—American coal barons agreed to flxlni? of prices.
First contingent of Pershlnp's army landed In France.
June 27—Second contingent of Pershing's army landed In Frnnce.
New Greek cabinet headed by Venlzelos took oath of ollUe.
June 2S.-Brazil revoked its decree of neutrality In wur between entente allies and Gerinaiiv.
June 29.-Greece hroko off diplomatic re¬ lations with Germany, Austria. Bulgaria and Turkey.
July 1.—Russians captujed Konluchy, Gallria, and Turkish strongholds in the Cauciisua.
July 3. -French repulsed great German attack near Cerny.
July 7.-KusHluns successfully attacked In Plnsk sector.
Germans mado air raid on London, kill¬ ing S7 and lo.sing a. mimlier of planes.
July 8.—President Wilson procliilined an emliurgo on slilpinonla ot food, fuel, steel und munitions, to cut off supplies from neutral ciiuntrles to Gemuiny except dairy products for non-combatants in exchange for coal.
July 9.-New Austrian cabinet resigned.
I'resident Wil.son called entiro National Guard und Its reserve Into the federal service by August u.
British battltsliip Vanguard destroyed by Interior expldsior.; Wu lost.
July 10 —Uu.'nil'erg and took Halicz.
July 11.- President Wilson called on American business interesls to uid nation by foregoing unusual protUs in selling lo the nation and the public.
July 12, Ui:!is1ari udvunce checked west of Holiorodozany.
July 14. Chancellor Bethmann-IIollweg reslt;ned and Dr. O. K. Mlchuella Bucceud- ed him.
House puBsed »64O,Oii0,00O aviation bill.
July 17.—French took German trenches near Malancourt.
Three members of Russian cabinet re¬ signed; riots In Petrograd suppressed.
Shake-uif In Brlti-sh cabinet.
July 19.-Great Gennuii utiuck between Crat)nno and Hurteldso partly BUccessful.
Chancellor Mlcbaells declared himaelf (or the submarine warfare.
In Viigiia region »ieriiians drove back Russians hecuuse sonio Russian regiments held meetings to decide whether to obey ordr rs.
July 80.-Draft for American National ari.iy held.
Premier I.yolt of Russia resigned and was succeedeil by Kereiivky.
July 21.—BtMiate ptuised (uod control and aviation bills.
Russian truopa In disorderly retreat, burning vllUges,
July 2S Oerman aviators raided Kng- land, killing 11 in coast towns, but being driven away from Ixindon.
Blum decUred state of war with Ger¬ many and .Vustrta Hungary.
July 23.-Government of national safety oreated lo Russia and K«r<>nsky given ub- aolute powers.
July a Mutlnoua divlslu i of KornllolTs. Russian army reported !'iO vo .u pieces with its owu artillery
Ruasiaiw and Roumanians In SouUt Cv- paUUsAS broke Tsuton Una
Sept. 7.—Atlantic transport lines Minne¬ haha torpedoed; 60 dead.
German aviators bombed American hos¬ pital camp. killiiiK five.
S«^pt. 8.—Secretary Lansing exposed vio¬ lations ot neutrality by BwediKli oflicials In ArKeiillna and Stockholm in transmitting German cablegrams advielng sinking of Artfentlne vessels.
Krencli cabinet resigned.
Sept. 9.—Kornlloff, commander In chief of Russian armies, lieaded military coun¬ ter revolution and waa dismissed by Ker- ensky.
Sept. 10.—Senate passed war revenue bill totaling $2,411,670,000.
Paul I'alnlevc became French premier.
Sept. 12.-Count Luxburg, Oerman mln- Istir to Argentina, given his passpurta; untl-Germ&n riots in liueiios Aires.
Ivireiisky made commander In chief of Riiisslan armies.
Sept. 13.—Kornlloft's revolt collapsed.
Secretary Lansing exposed unneutral ai'iiun of former Swedish charge In Mexico City.
Sept. 14.—Italians drove Austrlans from Moiile Sun Gabrlele summit.
Sei)t. 15.-Senalo passed bill for |11,M8,- 95)J.4Uo bond Issues.
British naval aircraft destroyed one Ger¬ man destroyer and buiuo trawlers near Os- tend.
Sept. 1*.—Premiar Kerensky proclaimed Russia a republic.
Sept, 17.—Costa Rica broke off relations with Germany.
Sept. IS.—Russia began reorganization of army, supprosslnt; soldiers' coinniittees.
House passed |;,144,Oyu,uuO deficiency war supply bill.
Sept. 20.—British begun great otCensive eac I of Ypres.
Sept. 21.—Secretary Lansing published measuge ot \'on liernstorlt to Berlin ask¬ ing leave tu spend fju.uuo "to inllueuce cun- gresH."
Costa Rica severed diplomatic relations Willi Germany.
Giriiiany uud Austria replied favorably to popes peace proposal.
Ueiiuuiis broke through Russian lina at Ja< iibstadt.
Sept. 22. Secretary I.anslng revealed de¬ tails ot IJernstorft's pluUiiig before U. S. entered the war.
Sept. 23.-Secretary Lansing dlscloEcd (jerman abuse of C. S. proiei tion by con¬ cealing In Bucharest legation explosives and disease germs utter U. S. hud taken ll over.
Sept. 24.-a|erraan airplanes raided Eng¬ land, kllilnglao.
War Industries board and producers cut steel prices in half.
(Jeinians lost heavily In attacks near Verdun.
Sept. 25.—Germans made two more air raids un England.
U. S. senule passed t!l,(100,O0O.O0O war ds- fl.lency bill.
Sept. 2t).-British look strong positions from Qerinans east and nurt' eaat of Vpres.
Gel many ottered to evacuate Belgium uii'ler certain conditions.
Gen. Soukhomllnoff, former war minis¬ ter of KuasU, iil.'iitenced for life for liigli treason.
Sept. 28.-Many I. W. W. leaders indicted for sedltloUH conspiracy
Sept. 2».-Brilish captured Ramadle, M»- soputamlu, and its iarite garrison.
German ulrrdai.es raided London.
British airplanes bombed Keebrugge.
Sept. la -Two uiure air raids umd* on London. i
Fuel Administrator Garfleld aet limits for retail price* of eo,il.
Oct. l.-fleavy attacks of Oermans re- puistid by French und British, and oi Aus¬ trlans by Italians.
Four groups of Gerrmiii airplanes raid¬ ed London und coast towns.
Secund Uberty loan campaign atarted.
French airmen made reprisal raids on Frankfort, Stuttgart, Trevea and Cob- lans, and Hriiiah benlne premier. Germans reached Plave river In Italy. Nov. 11.—Italians repulsed Teutons near Aslngo.
Loyal troops attacked maximalists In I Petrograd.
I Italians held Teutons on Plava river. j Nov. 13—Kerensky and the Cossacks
badly defeated. I French cabinet resigned. j Nov. 15.—Georges Clemenceau became
premier of France. i Itallnns Inundated big spctlon about the lower Plave fo save Venice.
Socialist seized the government of Fln- ' land.
j Nov. 17—Bolshevlkl won In Moscow. i British light sea forces routed German i squadron off Helgoland, j Prltlsh occupied Jaffa, Palestine. I Teutons who crossed Plave at Zenson i annihilaied,
! Nov. IS—Oolshevlkl generally victorious I In Russia; Civil war hulled by lack of ' food.
Nov. 19-Teutons concentrating big gun ; flre on ncprtli of Italian line.
President Wilson Issiud proclamation ; putting severe restrictions on enemy
aliens in fniied Slates. i Danii I Will.'ird made head of U. S. war Industries hoard.
American destroyer Chauncey sunk In 1 collision: iM lost.
Nov, 2*1.-Two American soldiers killed and five wounded In artillery combat.
Nov. 21.-British smashed tlirough fhe HitulenburK lino toward Cambral, faklnt; I ni.Tny towns and thunsnnds of prJaotnTs, ! French Miccossf iilly attacked German salient soutli cf Juvincmirt.
Nov. 22.—Furious fighting near Cambral. Italians nie'-ting great massed uttuck between Plave nnd Brenta rivers.
Bolshevlkl irovernmeiit In Russia pro¬ posed gener.'il arnil.'itlce,
Nov. 23.—The Ukraine declared separa¬ tion from Russia.
Nov. 24.-The British took Bourlon wood, i near Cambral.
The Cuuciisus declared Its independence. Nuv. 25 -^HrlflHh and French armies reached Italian front.
Nov. 27.~Supcrior war council of 11 formed for United Ktules.
Hrltlsh took part of Fontaine near Cam¬ bral.
Italians repuLsed fierce Teuton attacks. Nov. 28.—Coalition ministry formed In
Germany assented to bolshevlkl plan for armistice. . . .
IT, S. gc-ernment assumed control over all Impor
Three f ¦:iii.linavian klni's agreed In maintain uei.lraliiy.
Nov. 29.—Interallied war conference opened in I'aris
N arri tio
Germans pleri ed British lines south of I Cambral. , , ^ , '
Dec. 1—British regained most of ground j lost near ("ambral. ami nine German at- : tacks Were repulaed wilh great losses.
Ileo. 2.—British withdrew from Mas- nlercs on Cnmt>ral front.
Dec. 3.-nrltish repulsed furious attacks ] near Ciimhrai. i
United Slates congress met for aecond | ^•ur scMHlon. I
Kngiaiid reported East Africa complete- | ly cleared of Germans.
Russian depulathm began armistice neg- otlatliuis with Germnns. Armistice an¬ nounced on many sections of Itusslan front. !
Dec. 4.—President Wilson. In his annual ; message declared peace would not be made with present rulers of Oermany, that America would fight to last gun, and asked declaration of war against Austria- Hungary.
Establishment of Tartar republic In Crimea announced.
Brl'ilsh steamer Apapa torpedoed; 8U passengers and the crew lost.
Dec. 6.- Germans rejected RusBlans" first demands In armistice negotiations.
Italians lost soma positions on Aslago plateau.
British aviators raided Swelbrucken and Sa.irlirucken.
British withdrew from Bourlon wood salient near Cambral.
Dec. 6.—Italians driven back on Aslago plateau.
Armk^tlre for ten days declared on Rus¬ sian fmnt.
German air raiders killed seven in Eng¬ land.
U. 8. destroyer Jacob Jones torpedoed; 6t> men loaf.
Dec. 7 —United States congress declared war on Austria-Hungary.
Rouiuania accepted armistice with tbs enemy.
Dec 8.—Oreat Italian air fleet made suc¬ cessful attack on Austro-Oerrnans.
Ecuador severed diplomatic relations ^vlth Germany.
Dec. 9. Kaledlnes and Kori>f|off leading revolt of C^aaucks against tisnlna govern- tnent uf Russia.
Dec. 10 -British captured Jerusalem.
Japanese troops landed In Vladivostok.
Dec. 11.—Russian constituent assem¬ bly met.
Dec. 12.—Oermans made g-reat attack east of Hullecourt. gaining slightly.
Congressional Inuuiry Into V. 8. war preparations started.
British destroiyer, tour tg»wtsrg and
Jan. 22.-Blue aky laws of Ghlo. Michi¬ gan and South Dakota held constitutional by U. 8. Supreme court.
April 10.-ETpio«|ona In ammunition Plant of Russia n*ar Chssfer, Pa., killed
Aprtl 17-Kxploslon In Hahflngs mine near l.udkiw. Colo., klllad ll» men.
^^i'L? ~^'"*** **•* 'n Atlanta, oa; teas 13,600, OW,
May 28.-Thirty Uvea Insf and great <1amag« done by etorm In Kansas.
May 2« Tornadoes In central Illinois killed about IBO nn<\ did millions of dol¬ lars' Worth of damage.
May 2»-Tornadoes In soiifhern Illlnola, Kentucky. Tennessee, Alabama and Ar-
PAJAMAS FOR GIRLS
Charming Little Sleeping Gar-: ment for Daughter of House.
Jsn 23.-Women of North Dakota grant- kaneas killed many persons,
ed limited sutfrage.
Jan. a.—I'resident Wilson vetoed ths Immigration bill t>ecsuss of literacy test.
Fab. I. —House passed immigration bill over prealdent'e veto.
Feb. 2—Indiana and Alaska prohibition bllla passed and governors of Oregon and Tenneesee signed "dry" bills.
Feb. fi.- Senate passed iinmlgratlon blU over presldenfir veto
reb. I.-Utah'a prehlbllkin bill signed by goveraor,
Feb. 14.-Ohk) senate passed woman sui- fo^d frage bia
Peb l».-Wa«hlngton'a "bone dry" Irtll signed bv Got, Matsr.
Kah M.-Senata passed drastts esples- a|r« kills.
Snnth Daksta prshlklfkm bill panned.
Fek. 21,- Heiisa pa«e«4 senate measns pmhlbltlng Importation ef liquor late prs- hlhlflen states
Prohibition bill for Ksnees panned.
Feb. 22.-Hoiine pamcd army bill wifhest larger general staff and universal trsla- InK feaiures.
P>b. 21.—Heiins panned nenata bill saak- InK clfv of Washington dry.
Senate passed administration rsvesus j bill to raise $3K«.Oee,000. I
March 2.-Senate passed »BI7,«0S.M» navy bill.
Mnrch 4.—fllxty-fourfh congrenn enplred.
Twelve senatem hy fllilmster prevented p.'^R5;.^p^ of ship arming bill and much other Importnnf legislation.
"Woodrow Wilson look oath of office In prlvntf.
Mnrch B.—Wilson and Marshall Inaugu- ! rated
March fi—Federal grand Jiirv at New Tork Indicted 16.1 eastern fuel dpniers fnr [ criminal consplmcv fo rnlpe rrif\I prices.
March S. President Wlh:nn cnlled extra session of comrress for April 16.
Match 21.-Prep1c1ent Wilson ndvsnced d.Tf^ for extra session of congress to April 2
April 2 —Concresn met In specl.il session amid creat ii.ntrlri'lc pnthuslnsm. j
April S—Supreme rourf upheld woman's minimum wnge I.tw of Oregon, and d
June 7. .San Salvador, capital of Sal¬ vador, and a numher of surrounding towns destroyed by volcanic eruptk>n. earth¬ quake and fir*.
June » More Ihan 150 men p«rl8hs<) In blmalng nine at Butte, Mont.
June .10 Water tank tell on whaleback Christopher Columbus at Milwaukee, klU- Ing 1.1 and hurting many.
Jnly 1. Nlsgara Gorge trolley car plnrged Info rapids; it killed, Jnly 2S Mine esplnnlon at Nsw Water- Cape Hreten, killed «. Aug 4 -Mine axploslon at Clay, Ky., killed 31. Aug. la.-Rrlllnh ntasuMr City af Athens, j carrying mtnslonmrlae lo Afrkja. sunk by
floating mlns; If lost. I Aug n.-RIghtaan killed In trelley oar I collision near North Rranfnrd Cenn. I Aug 11-I.arge part of Salesllil. Orsese, dentroyed by fire. 0<-t 2-Typhoon and fined at Tskte; 1 ttinny klll'd.
I Oct. »-MIIIIen dolUr firs In Ouaysec. *. -Kxploslon of French amraunlflos ship In Halifax harbor killed 4.009 and wrpcked much of fhe elty and nuburhs.
Tiec. 17.—American submarine F-1 sunk In collision; 19 lost.
"lared Illegnl price fixing restrictions by rj^rlg'
Jan lO.-Willlani F. Cody (Biifralo Bill)
Jan. 11 - Rebustian Bchlesingcr, com¬ poser, nt Nice.
¦VN'ayne MacVenirh. former U. S. attor¬ ney general, at Washington.
Jan. Ifi.—Admiral Oeorge Dewey at Washington.
Philip Rolleau, painter. In New Tork.
Jan. SO,—William de Morgan, novelist.
Feb. 7.—Cardhuil Dlomede Fulconlo at
means of "licenses" for public use of paf'-nted articles.
April 17-Rliode Tslnnd leclslnfure ei- tcnded presidential pufTrage to vi-omen,
.Tunc R —flerloun revolt In Jnllet, 111., pen- Itcntlarv quelled bv m'',Unry.
June 27.—Houso pnsr d rlverB and har¬ bors bill approprlnfluK »27,000.0OO.
Senate passed d.Tvllirht savlnj? bill.
July 2.-Race riot In Knst Pt. T.ouls In whieii more than 20 negroes and two white men were killed and heavy property loss caused.
July 26.—Senate pnssed rivers and har¬ bors bill.
Aug. 1.—Senate passed Sheppard resolu¬ tion for national prohibition amendment to fhe constitution.
Aug. 23.—Soldiers of Twenty-fourth U. 8. Infantry (colored) started ruce riot at Houston, Tex., itilling l."> whII«-B.
Sept. 22.—Gov. J. K. Ferguson of Texas found guilty ot accepting Illegal profits and Impeached.
Nov. «.—Hylan elected mayor of New Tork; Socialists there; and In Chicago overwhelmingly defeated; woman suftrago won In New York state.
Nov. 23.—Ten policemen nnd a woman killed by bomb In Milwaukee.
Dec. 17.—House of rcprc^srntntl ves ndopted Webb resolution for prohibi¬ tion constitutional amendment.
Jan. 27.—President Gonzales of Costa Rie a deposed by military and citizens.
March 4.—Chincsje premier resigned be¬ cause President Ll Yuan-Hung refused to break relations with Germany.
March 8—American marines were land¬ ed at Santiago de Cuba ftnd restored or¬ der. Rebels ubandened tho cily.
March 16.—Czar Nicholas of Kussla ab¬ dicated.
March 26.-Republlcan government for Ru.'^Kla Installed.
June 17.-Irish Sinn Fein rebel prison¬ ers all relensed.
.lunc! 311. —li.'iuiin Tung. Manchu empe¬ ror, announced his kucccshIoh to the throne of China.
July 5.-Civil wnr broke out In China.
July I'.l.-Manchu restoration in ChUia collapsed.
July 13—Chanti Plaun's army surren¬ dered after battle at Peking.
Julv 25.—Convention to draft home rule constitution for Inland met In London.
Oct. 10.—Prince Ahmed l'\iad made sul¬ tan of Kgvpt.
Deo. 9-Revolution in PortiiRiil; Sidonio PiK'S mn'le provi.sional i resld
rnment under In Canada election.
Jan. 2.—U. S.-Mexico parleys ended, Carranza refusliiK to sign proiucol.
Torreon recaptured by Carranza forces.
Jan. 4.-Villa defeated in big battle ut Jlmlnez.
Jan. 15—Mexican-American joint com¬ mission formally dissolved.
Jan. 21—War department ordered more
lullrlu agreed to Russia armistice plan, than 2J,000 mill la froiu border,
t'ov 30 G.fverninenl announced 'safs ^ Jan. I'T.-Presklent W llson ordered wit
riviil In France of large numbers of Na- dravvul of Amerl.-aii troops frciiri Mexico,
nal Guard troops. 1'eb. 6.-Gen. I'ershing marclied out
M.irch 11.—Carrunza elected president of Mexico.
April 23.-ViIl:i'8 main army defeated by Carrunza fon es at Hablcora.
Nov. 13.—Villa troops captured OJlnaga after hard flght.
April ll.-Ha.'iobull season ouened.
Muy 2i>.-l!eiiny i*unurd won world's champion llglitweight titlu from Freddie Welsh In New Vork.
June 9.—University of Chicago won west¬ ern Intercollegiate conference meet.
University of Michigan re-admitted to western interiollegiate conference.
June 16.—Kai> Cooper in u St utz won the Chicago auto d«rrby.
July 14—Francis Oulmet won western amateur golf i iiumpionshlp at Midlothlun.
Aug. 24. C. H. Larson, Waupaca, Wis, won Grand American Handicap at Clil- ca(-^o.
Hept, 1.—Mrs. F, C. Letts, Chicago, won wonien's western golf chumpionship,
Bept, 13,—Jim llarnes won vvestern open golf ehamploiiship at Chicago.
Sept. 21.-CliicuKo Willie Sox won Amer¬ ican league peiiiiunt.
Sept. 24,-New York Giants won Na¬ tional league pennant.
Oct. 15.-rlilcu«o White Rox won world's championship from New York Uiants.
Jan. 6.-iCarthquake in Formosa killed •00.
Jan. 11.—Tremendous explosion wrecked Cunailiun Car & Foundry Cu. plant at KJugsland, N. J.
Jan 12.-bu I'ont Powder Co. plant at Uakk«ll, N. J.', destroyed by explosions.
Jan. IS.-ColUery explosiuD la Fushun, Maiicliuiia. kilted 770.
Jan. 27.-Two uiillion flve hundred Ihuu- sand dollar firs In busluess distis'ct of I'ittuburgh, Pa.
Feb. 2.—Explosloo aod flre In Chicago tenement killed X.
Feb. L-Tltirty killad. 144 Uurt U atilp axplosiun at Arctiangel.
Fstk UL-Four mtaioa dAOwr Sit fei
Keb. 10.—Al Hnyman, theatrical pro¬ ducer.
Knb. 11.—Duke of Norfolk In T>ondon.
Feb. 18.—Carolus Duran, painter, at' P.Trla.
Feb. IR-Maj. Gen. Frederick F^mston at San Antonio, Tex,
Mnrch 4,—A, B. Wenzol. painter, at En¬ glewood, N, J.
March B.—Mannel da Arrlaga. former president of Portugal.
March J-Count Ferdinand Zeppelin, at Charloftcnburg i Ci. W. Guthrie, American ambassador to Japan, af Toklo.
March 11.—Conpressman Cyrus Sulloway of New Hamiw^hire.
March 12.-Waller Clark. Amertcaa landscape painter. In New York.
April 2.-Gen. Lloyd t.-lce, diplomat and editor.
April «.—Richard Olney, former secre¬ tary of state, at Hoston.
April 10,-Congressman Henry T. Helgs- sen of North Dakota, af Washington.
April IS.-Gen. von Blsslng, German gov¬ ernor general of Belgium.
April 20.—Dave Montgomery, actor. In Chicago.
April 21—W. fl. Parry, merat>er federal tracle commission. In Washington.
April 26—Baron llengelmueller von Ilen- gevar former Austrian ambassador to
May to.—Joseph Benson Foraker, form¬ er IT. S. senator, at Cincinnati.
May 14.—Joseph H. Choate, lawyer and diplomat, at New Tork.
May 18.-Bcla I... Pratt, sculptor, at Bos¬ ton. . „
May W.—Belva Lockwood, pioneer sutt- raKlst. In Washington.
D. W. Comstock, congressman from In-
May 22.—Harry Lane, U. 8. senator from Oregon. .^ - .
Mnv 25.-W. H. Miller, former U. B. at¬ torney genral. at Indianapolis.
June l.-John C. Black, veteran banker of Chlcngo.
June 3.-Mrs. ISTatllda B. Cnrne, philan¬ thropist nnd temperance worker, at Park Hill. NY. ^ _ . ,
T.XJUIS Gathmann. Inventor, at VTashlng- ton. ,. .
June B.—D. W. Potter, evangelist, at CliicilfTO. -
jnme 12.—Mme. Teresa Careno, pianist, in New York. _ . „ .
June 16.-Rf. Rev. J. A. McFaul, Cath¬ olic bishop of Trenton, N. J.
June 17.-Judson C. Clements, Interstate commerce commlsslnner, at Washington.
June 20.—Dlgby Bell, American come¬ dian. _
June 27,—Col. Oliver Hazard Payne, flnnncler. In New Tork.
June 3n,-WlllIam Winter, veteran dra¬ matic critic, at New Brighton, N, T.
July 1, -William H, Moody, former as- so<-Infe Justice of Supreme court.
Julv 2.-Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, British actor, in London.
July in-Col. B. B. Herbert, editor Na¬ tional Prlnier-JournallKt. ot Chicago.
Herbert Kelcev, actor.
Julv I5.--Federal Judge F. M. Wright at Urhans. Ill
July 16.—Bo Sweeney, assistant secretary of the Interior. . .
Julv IS-Archibald McT.ollan. Christian Science editor, at Brookllne, Mass.
.Tulv 20,-Prof. J. B, Carter, director of the Amerlcnn Academy nf Rome
July 24 M.intcin Marble, American pul>- lldsf. In Kni-'land.
Julv ao,-nen. Harrison Gray < >tls, owner I.,os "Angeles Times.
Aug. l.-.Iere J. Cohan, veteran actor, at Monroe. N. T. ^ ._ ,. .
r)r Simeon Ollhert. veteran church Jour¬ nal editor, In Clilcago.
Aug. 2.-~RaphaeI Klrchner, portrait painter, In New Tork.
Aug 9. -Rt. Rev. Nicholas Matz, olic bishop of I>enver.
Aug 17 -Former tJ. fl. Senator John W. Kern of Indiana at Ashevllle. N. C.
Aug. 2!».-Rarl Orey, former governor general of Canada.
Mgr. Thomas F. Kennedy, rector of the American CnUeire In Rome. „ ,
Sept. 12.-Queen Eleanore of Bulgaria.
Sept. 13.-Henry E. Legler. public li¬ brarian of Chicago.
Sept. 16.-Henry B. Brown, president of Vnlparalso university.
¦William F. Stone, collector of the port of Baltimore.
O.f. »-Hiisseln Kemal, sultan of Egypt.
Oct. IB- Ilon M. Dickinson, former post- ma.ster general, at Detroit.
Oct, 26.-He\'. Thomas Spurgeon, noted London preacher.
0< f. 21-11. 8. Senator Paul O. Husting of Wisconsin.
Oct 22.-Robert FItMlmmona. former htavvwelght cha inpi'>ti. ill Cliicaeo
< )¦ t 21 J Carndl Beckwith. r'alnter. In New Yurk
O't "JS -Princ-e Christian of Sehlewlg- Hidstein In London.
O. t. •.'!>.-Congressman f'harles Martin of Chicago.
(.let 3(1 Tir. K. B. Andrews. «'ducafor, at Int. rl.ichen. I'ltt.
••prhiile" .lolir Allen, former congress¬ men from MlsslMHlpi'l
Cen. Charles H Grf»»venor. former con- •I' '-sniHn foeii t imIo
.Nov 3.-Rear Admiral Rodgt-rs. U. 8. N. • c'lrcd
Nov 8.-W. II. Kendall, Knglish actor.
Nov ll.-I.UIuokalanl. former queen of fliw.ill, at Hoiiolilu
Nov 15. Juhu W. FoKler, former secre¬ tary of state, in Washington.
Nuv. l'l.-.Vugustu Rodin, French sculp. tor.
Nov. 18.-Gen. Kir Stanley Mauile, com- ciiu'aler of liritlsh army In Mesoliotaml.t.
Nov 30 -W. K. Chandler, former secre¬ tary of the navy.
l>e- S. Dr. A. D. i'-vln. chief of U, S. bureau of animal ind. ilry.
Dec 12—Dr. A, T. HtUl. founder ol osU-iiputhy.
Pec. 16- Henry Clay Uurnabee, vet- •ran comlu up«sra star.
Frank Ooteh. former wrssUlnv olMta- pton of world.
Crepe De China er Any ef ths WaalH •bis 8llk8 or Satlna Empleysd fer | Undergarmenta Should i
Onrrupnfa of the sllp-oTPr-thp-head t.T|>e nro (frpat favorites with Bchool- Rirls, whrUuT thPse jfarments are In-^ tpiiflecl for Indoor or outdoor, drsM or nPKlljtep wear.
The akptrh lllnatrntes a whollf charinlriK little slropliiK uarment, that
Pajamaa With Slip-Over Coat
pants prettily laced In Just above the^ ankles with lingerie ribbon In contrast- Imk color, the same flnlsh being ap¬ plied to tbe neck of the garment proper und to the sleeves. Crepe de chine or any one of the •washable silks or satlns- einplo.vod for tindcrgarincnts shoultJ ho used, and the cord girille may be oinitU'd If desired, the garnieut to hani;, quite straight aiul siuock-llke, or It may ho drawn In with ribbon rutt through a casing arranged for the pur* pose.
To make these pajamas four and » half yard.s of niuterial 30 Inches wide will be required.
If the dMUjrliter nf the fumily Is to go away lo bdiirdiiiK sciiool or college she slioiild liy all ini'iin.s have .several palra of iiiijiuna.s luc-luded lu her outfit, an(J. she may ask for silk uiKlergarments^ Even the govt^riiiiH'iit stands back ot the recuiniiicndiitioii that t\'ornen grati¬ fy their fondru'SH for slikt'ii raiment, econonilzlng on wool and cotton fab¬ rics so that tbt' army may by no chance- siiflVr a .shortage.
Therefore, have the family dress- milker who comes for a week or two before .¦school lie-ins in the fall make" lip some sliirtiiig silk or cri-fie de chine or waslmhle satin pn.1aiiias for the- daughter who Is going awii.y to board- inj^ seliool or college, aiul let the pa- Jiiiua coats he of the slip-over-the-heacj variety.
Al.so make her a slip-over full-length pilk kiiiKiiio. That is (piite the newest note iu simple boudoir garments.
US^ FQR^WAR WORK BAGS
Why Not Carry Small Pareela Wher>
Shopping Along With War
Enterprising iiiercliants have discov¬ ered a new use for tlie war work bajf, those iilcturestiue reminders of our ^creiit-griiiiihnothers' stockiiit; hag. Why not carry sulall parcels when shoiiplnjf along with war knitting and summef rending? If Duiue Fashkm will onlj* help, the iiiercliiints feel siirt> they- liave found a cure for the petty deliv¬ ery prolileni. Some are «>ven ready to donate hag:s to tho cause.
The omnipresent hags ure made ol line cretoniu', of which so niuuy won- tierful and suituhle deslgiiH ure now ta be had. They aro trimmed with gold pimp and Ihi- haii a buth l0 Moda water.
Cray liiilr Khould alwiiys be sham' pooed with wlilte 8oap, uh unother kiad is Uattle tu leave the hulr >elluw.
A little blt'tirlwiiMte <>f ""'h added t« ths wattft- lu yourtbath will ulxiolutely Ikill the odor ut (lerHplratlou.
Fur Instant relief lu eusse uf cramp* Id lliuba, dip bsnd in cold water antf run uuder tiie ktum of cniuipvd UiaU