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Canada announced her resolve to raise a further force of 35,000 men. British casualties up to May 31 given by Mr. Asquith as 258,059. Second Note from the United States regarding the sinking of the Lusitania sent to Berlin. Monfalcone captured by the Italians. Mr. Balfour announced in the House of Commons that during the last few days a German submarine had been sunk, and that of the crew six officers and 21 men had been made prisoners.