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TURK WON'T PAY.
Constantinople, Oct. 31. TI10 Turk
lh gocrnment is prepailng to resist
tlie anticipated dchnnd of the t'nlted
States for tlic rcpajment of the rnn
fcom necessary to scenic tho release of
Mis Mien M. Stone. TI10 I'orte rcptl.
illates all responsibility for the kidnap
ing of Miss Stone and maintains that
the United States has no rlalm against
Turkey, and that, theiefore, the latter
Is Justified In refusing to recoup th
United States for tho money expended
til her rescue.
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MISS ELLEN M. STONE.
'ihe laplure !u tin wilds of Miuedonln uf the Amcrluiii mtsuloniry. lll
nileu M, Stone, and the kiiIim iin nt 1t iuiiikIx foi riuimun mnde li her Inltfaiid
raptom luxe imiscil tho whole Cliil-lliin wmld. 'I IiIh pUtme Is fiiun a photo,
criiph wlihli Ml Stone li.nl taken dining a Kit to liu- home In Chelsea,
Mjh., fOM'i.il jtntH n.
time, to riceho complete, satisfaction.
Wo hac acted ory considerately to
ward Turkey, hoping tip to the last
mommt, that she would carry out her
ingagements, and It Is onlj not, when
wc find that there Is no serious Indi
cation of lur doing so, that we hae
rrlmtantly rcsohtd to put stronger
prcssuie to biar, In the shape of a na
nl demonstration. It Is now two
months since the French Ambassador
M. Constans, lift Constantinople. Ills
depirturo failed to produce the desired
effeit. On the contrarj, cwn the Tu
hlnl iiiestlon, which was settled b) the
Kultan'H Irade, remain unadjustid The
Internal situation In tho Turkish Um
pire ditirrcil us for some time from
taking drastic measures to enforce our
dimands Hut the dlgoll) of Krauce
could not permit the prcmnt stato of
affairs to he prolonged Indefinitely
We slncirel) hope the Sultan will fully
appreciate tho fact that we cannot any
longer lie trifled with, and" rclleic us
fiom taking further steps to safeguard
our Interests "
Ihe ofllclal was asked whjt would
happen In the eent pf the French
piuiiiiiuii ueuiK uruercu to seize me
customs nnd If the Turkish author!-
tlet resisted, and he r piled:
'That Is a xery unllkel) contingency
tint If It oocura I suppose wc shall hac
to bomlnrd that port. We do not want
bloodshed, and I do not hellevo ther
will be nny occasion for It."
New York. Oct. 31. Americans arc
preparing a reception for Miss Stono
upon her release, mjs a Soflla corres
pondent of the Journal and Advertiser.
The Russian Minister, M. UakhmetcfC.
expects a letter soon from Miss Stone,
und the hrlgande through the einoy
sent last Friday. It Is btllcxcd that
Miss Stono will be able to be present
at I'hlllppolls on Noembcr 8 at tho
dedication of tho new American church
there. After that she will doubtless go
ORDERED TO PHILIPPINES.
Washington. Oct. 31. Oenernl Miles
has recommended that the Klcu'iith
California nnd the Twenty eighth In
lantry bo sent to tho Philippines.
These leglments are to take the
place of regiments to be brougnt
home, which hae been senlnc
to tho United States to sec her rela- I""0 ,n,roe J or mmp anrt u
tlxes It Is hnnpfl fhit Ml 5(nnn o-Ml u rms "' enlistment about to evplre
me, it is nopca tint Miss Stone will Thu ril m t , . f B.th,n
be able to reach America by Thanks- DepartmenfH plans for rcMluelng iho
gUIng Day In case she Is relenscd by nimy In tho Philippines Tho regl-
ments nru to bo returned ns soon ns
the traiisiiorts nre nad. and an- tho
HAS BEEN ACCEPTED
BY GREAT BRITAIN
Will be Signed as Soon as Pauncefote
Arrives in Washington
Power to Protect the
Chicago, Oct. 29. A Washington spo-
clal to the Hecnrd-IIerald sajs: There
Is today moat satisfactory and Im
portant news from Kurope. Tho entlro
Ilrltlsh Cabinet ngrecd to the new Ha.
Pauncefote treaty. Lord Unnsdowne.
.Ilnlnter for Foreign Affairs recently,
as u matter of form, consulted tho Lord
Cbinccllor nnd nfter him the Marquis
of Sallsburj and tho Cabinet ub n
whole. This has been done, and tho
assentof tho Go eminent wbb prompt
ly gUen. Thereforo Ixird Pauncefote,
who Is now on routo to this country,
comes prepared to conclude the tieaty
with Secretary Haj.
Tho provisions of the new tienti nru
precisely us outlined three weeks ago.
Tho treaty docs not In terms glvo the
United States tho right to fortfi tho
canal, but It does glc tho United
States such power for tho protection ol
the canal and tho protection of the In
tercsts of tho United States In time ot
war. Of tho ratification of the new
treaty there Is no doubt whatever. It
will have tho support of tho Senators
of both patties, almost without excep
tion. New York, Oct 2t A cable to the
Sun from London bis: 'Ihe Specta
tor, which from tho outset has been
blrongly opposed to tho Idea of up
holding the Clayton-Ilulwer treaty,
congratulates the TIhub on Its length
editorial of jesterday. In which it
"j.r.iith.illj accepts the views that tho
Spectator has urfced for the list two
years that It Is vorj much to tho ad
vantage of this country that the NIc.V
raguan canal should be nndo, that we
ought to he extreme!) glad th it Amer
ica should undertake the work, that all
wo want Is tho uso of the eunal on
equal terms with thu rest of the world
und that It Is desirable that the neu
trality of tho canal should be placed In
strong hands for enforcing It."
Tho paper proceeds to sav that Ore.it
Ilrltaln will soon recognlzo tho fnct
thnt tho abrogation of tho Clayton
llulwtr treaty would be a great bencllt
and adds: "Tho notion that America,
though sho will make and hold the
work of the canal, Bhould bind herself
to preserve Its neutrality In regard to
a power with which sho Is at wnr, is
absurd. Such a stipulation would not
and could not be observed for ten mill-
utes after war had been declared.
Whatever JurUts may say, we sheiuld
do tho Bamo In the case of the Su'ca
Iourth. Twentieth nnd Tvvent" second
Infantry Theso leglmuiis have- been
longest in thu Islands
FRANCE MAKES DEMAND
ON SULTAN OF TURKEY
Will Bombard the Port Unless Sultan
Comes to Time War
Is Not Anticipated.
NEW riL'PINO LEADER.
Manila. Oct 21 Malvai has Issued
ii new proclamation .appointing hlni
self Cnplnln (leuernl and reotganl
Ing the Filipino nrpiy under two lieu
te mint gi nernls and four ge in nils ot
division. i:vnj kiiIiIu caught aiding
the Americans will be- tre-nted Innnu
illatcl as a traltoi. Those' who nut
lender tti the Ami-iicans will bet Heat
rd In tho same manner. Mnlvar con
Mders his own nppolutnieut to be tern
oiar until the meetlug of the Oener
nl Assembl) of I.lberntors He con
gratulates tho soldiers on tho good
work the-) aio ilolng in the Held nnd
also those who nre working for tho
cause of fieedom nnd llbeity.
Paris, Oct. 31. Tho officials of the
Foreign Office confirm tho report that
an Invasion of the French Mediterra
nean tied, composed of three battle
shlpi nnd two cruisers, under the com
mind of Admiral Calllaid, has pro
ceeded from Toulon to the Levant, to
mnka n naval demonstration against
A Foreign Olllre official In communl
citing the foiegolng, said: " The squad
tun sailed with scaled orders, nml pro
cuts first, to a (link pott, the Island
of Syrli, I think, where the Admiral
win receive ueiiiuie instructions ns lo time wire bis relations vv h those in
carrying out his sealrd orders. I am charge of her In nny wn strained.
nut at llb rtj to lay what the sealed -
orders are, but the seizure of customs Oenernl bookbinding, ruling, gliding,
lit Smrn'a would bo a very effective embossing, mapi. chartx and artistic
Llpton'ft Yncht Will Race Again.
Qiieenstown, Oct. 30.-Sli Thomai,
Llpton. who nnived litre todnj on
hoard tho Wlillii Star steamer LVltle
fiom New York, sns tho lepnrt that
thu Similitude n was for sale In New
Yoik was quite, ujitrile-, as he Intends
racing her ngaln in American waters
next season. Ill relternti'd his pur
pose lo again challi'ngu for tho Amor
Ica'H cup, ami expressed himself as
being quite satisfied with tho manner
In which tho Shamrock II had been
sailed Sir Thotnns denied the report
of disagreements with thosu who wero
on noarii ti jncht. salng tint nt no
Way of convincing the Sultan that
Franco's patience Is exhausted and that
wn have decided to enforce an Imme
diate settlement of the Turklbh govern
ment's engagements. We, however,
are veiy hopeful that the Sultan will
not rompel us to go to that extreme.
' Our squadron will not reach the
drcek poit beforo Sunday. Tho Turk
ish government has thus still three
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