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seat in the middle of the table nud
went to oTie end of it, followed by
Prinze Buelow, Prince Hohenlohe,
I.'rince Radolin n n d Excellency
vor. Lucnnus. Ilis majesty directed
me to join the group, and so soon
as we were seated the chief ot the
ciyil cabinet turned to me and said
that he was afnid that our good
friend. President Roosevelt, unwit
tingly, CM Europe an injury in
mediating between Russia and
Japan, since this had turned the
whole force of the pan-Slavic pro
gram of Russia back upon Europe.
All present poke o f the great
peril t o middle Europe o f this
Then both the German embas
sador to France and governor of
AlsMce-Lorra'nr rpoke discourage
ingly of the great increase of hos
tile feclinir on the part of t h
French toward Germany, and
finally, the part that Great Britain
had played and was playing in
bringing about both of these move
ments was dwelt upon with great
seriousness mingled with evidences
of much uneasiness. King Edward
came the next morning at about
10 o'clock ;;nd took his departure
at 3 in the afternoon. Whether
:ny remonstrances wtre made to
his majesty in regard to the tfreat
peril which he, wittingly or tin
wittingly, was helpmg to bring
upon middle Europe, I h;ne never
known. It seemed to me, however,
that after that date he modified
( nsidcrably his diplomatic activi-
y. But he had sowed the seel in
'.veil prepared ground and the liar
vest w a s bound to come. The
three great foices making for tini
versal war in Europe, namely, the
p:ri-S!nvie program of Russia, I lie
revanehc" of France, and Great
Hntani s cmmtreial jealousy of
Germany, had been bv his efforts
Drought to-e-ther. It could not fail
to produce the catastrophe. It was
only a question of time.
THE YOUNG TURK REVOLU
ri. r 1 1
me ioiiowing . year, tire year
1903, saw the revolt ot the voun.:
Ttrkish party in Constantinople
which forced from the sultan the
constitution of July, 1908. Accord
ing to this constitution, all the
peoples under the sovereignty of
the sultan wer called upon to send
representatives to t h e Turkish
Parliament. Both Bulgaria and
Bosnia Herzegovina w'ere nominal
ly subject t i that sovereignty ac
cording to the provisions of the
Berlin congress of the powers of
1878. For 30 veais Bulgaria h ,d
j been practically an independent
I state, and during 30 veais Austro
i Hungary had poirrcd millions after
! millions into Bosnia-Herzegovina,
i building roads, railroads, hotels.
I hospitals and schools, establishing
t!:e reign ot law and order, and
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1 "'"'Kins me. xipuiaiiou iroiu a
swarm of loatcrs, beggers a 11 dj
jbandits toa body of hard-working,'
frugal and prosperous citizens
U hat new were Bulgaria nnd!annv.
! Austria-Hungary 'o do? Were thev THE BATTLE AT ODESSA
to sit Cjtiiet and allow thcrestora-j Petrograd Turkish and Turko-Russian vessels have shelled No
tion of the actual sovereignity and A'orovsk and Odessa, sinking one Russian destroyer and damaging a
government of Turkey in and over
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jB-lgaiia and Bosnia I. 'eizigovinia?
i Could any rational human being
I in the world have expected or de
j sired that? Thev simply, ou the
j self-same day, namely, October 5,
j 1908, renounced the nominal su
j zerainty of the sultan, Bulgaria
I becoming thereby an independent
, state and Bosnia-Herzegovina re
: maining what it had actually been
since 1878, only with no further
j nominal relation to the Turkish
! government. Some American
newspapers have called this the
r.a.t, ,.f n..,;..Ti 1 ... I
Austro-IIungarv and have made
out Austro-Hungary to be an ag'
gressor. I hare not seen, however,
the slightest indication that any of :
tnese have the faintest conception
of what actually took place. Europe '
icnuiesced in it u-iibm.t , I
lo It 1 ; I T
a do. It was said that Russia ex-
pressed dissatisfaction, but
Germany pacified her.
( To be continued. )
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Indications point to falling lack of the Gernifliis from Dixniur.d.
Henvv Grins today f Sunday! in the
ders, which is taken to mean that the
A PECULIAR RErCRT
London A despatch to the Observer f-oni Petiograd says it is ie-
ported that Germany has approached
Pttrograd An official statement
cess for the Russians against the Austro-German forces, which had
attempted the capture of Warsaw and
the Silesian border and given no opportunity to reform for another
stand. Russians are capturing hundreds of prisoners daily, also sup
plies which the German are forced to abandon.
Plans of Germans to bieak through fortified lines in the center
have failed, according to this announcement, which states that after
five davs continuous assault, the Prussians have been forced to tall
back and discontinue the attack.
In Galicia the fighting continues. : .
REP0R1 FROM BERLIN.
Berlin The battle along the Prussian frontier is undecisive, west
and southwest of Warsaw. Russians are slowly following the German
troops, which are being re grouped.
Austria has captured to date 648 officers and 73.169 men.
Svrong Russian forces have crossed the river San.
TROUBLE BREWING IN CHINA.
Paris By Marconi wireless, Berlin announces that there is great
tension in Shantung Peninsula, China, between Chinese and Japanese
troops. Japan has advised China tl at in event of Chinese troops parti
cipating'in the rebellion which is now breaking out, Japanese warships
will suppress the rebellion in Shantung province.
Rome The entire cabinet resumed last night. (The word resumed
is probably resigned Ed. Gard. Isl.)
Honolulu MeCafn has resigned to takeeffect November 15. Says
his trial was result of perjury and prejudice. He stipulates the 15th.
on account of the election. Resignation for pood of the service.
Territorial Treasurer McCarthy's first move was to fire "Cupid"
Bairere and to offer the job of marriage licerse agent to Palmer Woods,
who has not vtt accepted.
T. B. Lyons has been appointed tax assaessor of Maui in plfice of
J. H. Kunewa. Probably Shipnian will be appointed for Hawaii, in
place of R. T. Forrest.
In yesterday's football game the Punahous won from the Kame
hamehas thirteen to nothing.
Washington U. S. Ambassador Morgenthati has cabled that the
Turkish Minister of Finance has informed French Ambassador that
the raid made by the Turkish warships upon Russian vessels was
without the knowledge of the government. Was instigated by Ger
man officers. Representatives of the Allies are preparing to leave. U.
S. has been asked to lake care of affairs of various embassies.
London Consternation prevails in Constantinople on account of
Tuikev becoming involved in the war. The secretary of the legatfon
of Turkey at Petrograd hopes matters will soon lie clean. d up. The
Porte inav disavow responsibility for the action; but the Grand Vizier
refuses to see the Russian ambassador. He pleaded illness when the
latter requested his passports. The action settns to commit Turkey
beyond recall. Preparations made by lepresentatives of other powers
show their opinion to be identical. The Russian papers sav the Goeben
trained her guns on the sultan's palace before he was willing to ptr
mit hostilities; the sultan yielding to this show ot force. The state
ment not creditted
Berlin No news from western theatre of war.
Rome Italy occupies Saseno, commanding the harbor of Ava
leno. Ownership of this place has long been disputed between Greece
Paris The French government will move back to Paris November
Report having its source in Copenhagen reaches here to effect
that German General Staff has decided to coiv inue campaign in Poland
on defensive until battle in Flanders is ended and Calais captured.
Ottawa Canada has ptohibited the exportation of anything use
ful to Britain's enemies.
Saturday, October 3 1 .
Sugar: Raws, 3.64.
RUSSIANS AND TURKS FIGHT
Constantinople A portion of the Russian Black Sea fleet and a ,
portion at least! of the Turkish fleet is reported, to he engaged in a iJ
general battle off Odessa. The Russian Black Sea fleet consists of eight
battleships, 17 subm;;rines and a large fleet of destroyers, but how
in.: nv vessels are engaged in the battle is not staled The available
fleet of t!u Turks consists of one dreadnaught, two modern battie-
; ships, supplemented by the German ships Goeben and Breslau; two
torpedo boats and eight destroyers. The number engaged is also not
THE ALLIES AND TURKEY
Paris Turkey's entrance into the war will not affect the situation
insofar as Russia, France and Great Britain are concerned. The Allies
will dopt a "waiting policy", to see what effect the action of Turkey
will have on the Balkan States.
Thirteen thousand Germans are cooperating with the TurkM,
rrencn merciiaiumaii, tne I'ortugai.
Washington Turkish participation in the war is causing grave
inteiest because of influence it may have on millions of Moslems, and
the possibility of getting them aroused.
Great demonstrations are already reported in Damascus against
Christians, and the Bedouins, it is reported, are massing on the
The Turkish fleet is rep rted to have left the Black Sea.
ROOSEVELT "SEEING 'EM" AGAIN.
Date 1 iue unintelligible Former President Roosevelt, in address
ing a body of students yesterday said he had personally seen and ex
amined plans drawn up by two of the empires now at war for the
capture of New York and San Francisco, with the object of holding
these cities for a ransom so large that it would cripple the country
and at the same time provide funds for carrying on war later on the
urit.ea ftlales- ne reiusea to anipiuy
empires were uicaui.
Paris Official announcements
night describe further successes of
northeast France and Belgium.
withdraw from the coast somewhat,
nient closely, advancing jnto tne interior ot Belgium.
The Gerlnans ,lave lost ground south of Dixmund. French troops
are progressing south and have taken many prisoners.
The Fre,,ch and BeIia arti,,v severely punished the Germans
i retreat from the Belgian coast.
that French and British corps east and northeast of Ypres have repuls
ied vioient assaults by the Germans and driven them back. The Bel
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direction of name left out Flan
Allies have forced the fighting.
Russia regarding teims of peace.
last night tells of continued suc
which are now driven back to
ins statement when asked what
given out by the war office last
the Allies against the Germans in
The Germans have hem (nrrA
the Allies folUwing up the move-