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jBCHES BUOY W
f WM IN SURF
Fishing Party Rescued at High
Hill Beach by Zach's Inlet
SEA LEFT BOAT DERELICT
aiuxiliary of the Mildred Put
Out of Commission and
Twe-nty-flve men who aalled into the
t |? the auxlllary sloop Mildred from
yanrmttan yesterday mornlnrf fetched up
ln the afternoon on the sands opposlte
Hlrh HIH Keach. ten miles each of Long
gearh. and had ll not been that the llfe
a\-'.na ett"*? from the Zach's Inlet statlon
Mtne to their ald this mlght have heen a
lifferent story. As It was, they came
uihore In th* breec hes btSt/f because the
?urf was toa heavy for the use of a llfe
The Mildred i*5 owned r.y George Wesi
?rn, of Oceanrdde. and there were aboard
hrenty-two flshermen, In addltion to the
aklpper and s crew of two. Phe went out
fcr a days fishing for blackflsh and sea
?gus, and the catch was good. There had
been a atronn wind most of the day. nnd
|n the afternoon. when the Iffldt-d'fl noso
ant polnted homeward, the waves were
funnlng hlgh. The 40-horsepower "klcker"
Bj the Mildred sent her along at a good
lat*. however, untll she shlpped an ex
*jtordinar!'iy MB Baa. and then it was all
afl. 0_*olene engines are unruly thlnsrs
Bt beat. bul when there are several hun
_red eallnns of green water washlng
ibeut ln a cockplt they won't work at all.
Th* rnen aboard managed to get most
ef th* water out of the boat, but aa lt
are conceded by experts
and the preaa to be per
fect reproductions of the
gems formed by Nature.
Tecla have not succeeded in
producing diamonds, therefore
only genuine diamonds are
uaed in setting their jewela
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was not posslble to keep the sloop'a head
up to the wlnd Weatern let go both of hls
linchors. They were too llght to hold on
the sandy bottom. and soon the Mlldred
waa drlfting toward a BBfl shore. when
the breakers were tumbllng In wlth a ronr
like the broadslde of a super-Dread
Sald Sklpper Western to his mate and
irew: "She Is going slam against that
heach. and we must keep her hend to th<*
Bhore. or. maybe, 'tls Davy Jones's locker
for us." So the cables were slipped, and
ln the smother of spray the Mlldred
grounded hard and faat.
As long as she held together none
aboard was wllllng to take a chance In the
tumbllng surf. Western knew that a
tnlle to the westward along the beach wns
ihe Zachs Inlet Mfesavlng Statlon, and lt
was his hope that the coaet patrol would
Blght them. But the Mlldred lay low In
the water, and the lntervenlng sand dunes
hld her from the men at the statlon.
Fortunately. the sloop Atlantlc saw the
plight of the Mlldred, and though Cap
taln Whlte was not able to work hls boat
in to her asslstance, he dld even a better
thlng. The Atlantlc proceeded to a polnt
off the Ufesaving statlor. and made alg
nals that were understood by the llfe
The breeehes buoy outflt wns hurrled
out, and a llne was shot to the Mlldred
and made fast to her mast. In n llttle
while the shlpwrecked Izaak Waltons
were on hard ground, though very wet.
At the llfeaavlng statlon they got coffee
an.l drle.U out thelr clothes. Later they
went to thelr homes.
MILES TALKS ON LIBERTY
General Chief Speaker at Big
Lieutenant General Nelson A. Miles.
Rear Admlral George W Halrd. Colonel
Wililam H. MclUh and other dlstlngulshod
m. mLera of the Guardlana of Llberty
spoke before n large audlence In the
Metropolitan Temple, at Seventh avenue
and 14th street, last nlght, on the ideiil
of the Boelety.
The society was ori;nrilzed In Waahlng
ton in June, 1911. The afffl waa to pre
serve "thelr glorlous inlierltance of free
do.n, no lesa from tho danger of un
scrupulous polltlcal nietliods than from
the plotting of foreign e.clcsiastlclsm to
subvert the very f.nindatlons of human
llberty and to make tho church co-onll
nate wlth the state." Thf re are now sald
to be a mllllon members. They are
antl-Roman Cathollc. Bfl Representative
Charles D. Halnes was 11)8 orKanizer and
Is now the chief guardlan.
"I never remember havlng been cheered
so much." sald General Miles. I feel
as lf I were a polltlclan. I shall now
speak frorn my heart, not from my head.
I shall speak on a subject that ls very
dear to the heart of a aoldler and a
patrlot. It ls the duty of avery Ami rlcan
cltlzen to treaeure our syatem of govern?
ment. when at the ballot every dtizen
performs elther a patrlotlc or a treason
"The declaratlon of the Guardlans of
Ialberty ls condensed ln four'brlef par_
graphs. If any ona doesn't like them,
then lt is certaln that auch a one wlll
crlticlse the Constltutlon of the Unlted
He referred to President Taft as "that
ponderous and stately Incumbent ln an
Colonel Wllllam Bromwell Mellsh spoke
next and told the audlence many amus
lng storles. Then came Rear Admlral
Balrd. He sald:
"A great many persons have crltlclsed
me for Joinlng tha Guardlans of Llberty.
I have no more excuse for Jolnlng than
had John Hancock for algnlng the Decla?
ratlon of Independence." He told how hun?
dreds of American soldlers had lost thelr
livea In Cuba whlle defendlng "the (
banos, who had contlnuoualy ahot in the
back the Spanish aoldlers who were thelr
guardlans. We went to war with Spaln,
who had not very greatly offended us."
He told of a Frenchman, who, on re
turnlng to hls natlve country from
Amerlea, fald: "Mon Dleu! They have
about 176 religrons and omy 8BM klnd of
TRAIN HITS AUTO; 4 DEAD
Car Stalled in Front of Faat
Pittsburgh, Oct. 8.?Four persons were
kllled and flve Injured, two probably
fatally, BBBB to-day, when a faat express
train on the Pennsylvania Railroad struck
an automoblle at a grade croaslng at
Wllkinsburg, a auburb. The dead are
the Rev. W. L Nicholaon, paator of the
Wilmerdlng Flrat Preabyterian Church;
his flve-year-old son, Charles; John F.
Beck and Mra. Sarab Karverlu. The flrst
three vlrtims were occupants of the ma?
chlne. Mra. Sarvarla, however, waa atruck
by the flying automoblle whlle atandlng
on the statlon platform. All the injured.
except Mrs. Beck. an occupant of the au?
tomoblle. were waltlng for a train. Por
tlona of the wrecked machlne were scat
tered over the platform, the body of lt
cruahing Mre. Sarverla.
After slghtseelng in Wllkinsburg, deco
rnted ln honor of an annlveraary celebra
tlon, the automoblle party atarted for thelr
homea ln Wilmerdlng. Beck. drlrlng the
machlne, waa aignalled at the railroad
crosalng to stop, but waa unable to do so
befora the front wheeH ran on to the
track and tha machlne atalled. Efforta
of frantlc spectators to pull tha automo?
blle clear of the onrushing train were
futlle. Mr. Beck ailghted and had opened
the alde door of tba automoblle ao that
his wlfe, the Rev. Mr. Nicholaon and the
minlster'a son could eacapo when the
TO FIGHT UNITED FRUIT
Discusses Wayi and Means.
[By Cabla to Tha Trlbune.]
London, Oct. 8,?It haa Juat been
learned that aeveral conferencea were
held ln London last week among the
directors of the Hamburg-American
Line nnd Joeeph Dlgiorlor, president of
the Atlantlc FYult Company, to dlacuss
means of extendlng the war agalnat the
Unlted Fruit Company.
The Hamburg-American Llne ls
largely lnterested ln the Atlantlc Fruit
Company, and Dlrector Ballln and
William O. Blckel, reneral frelght agent
of the Hamburg'Amertcan Llne in New
York, took a promlnnent part In the
conferencea. Plans, lt la legrned, have
been made to extend the fruit buslness
Mr. Hickel aatled for New York on
September 27 on the Victorla LuIbc
DRE88MAKER 8UE3 MRS. F0RDE.
Mrs. Helen Hllton Forde. the late Judge
Henry Htlton's granddaughter, who mar?
rled 8tanley Forde, an actor, after her
huaband, Allan Lawrence Story. got a
dlvorce from her last summer, la again
a defendant ln the Supreme Court. The
preaent ault ia brought by Kathryn M.
Kaye, a dresamaker, who seeks to collcct
8887, the remainder due on a hlll for 8W7
for draaaea rnada for Mra Korda.
Crovvds Surround Sublime Porte in Momentary
Expectation of Declaration of War?All
Classes Mingle in Street Parade.
fPy Cable to The Trlbune.]
London. Oct. 4.?The Balkan crisls |
contlnues to arouse tba most lntensc
anxlety. Owing lo the pressure ex
erted by the powers the Balkan Itatea
dld not present thelr ultimatum to
Turkey yeaterday as promlsed, and 8
modifled memorandum was prepared
asking for a system of general Euro
pean control in Mncr-donla.
On the other hand is the dlsqulettng
faet that th? Turks are now *1amoring
for war, "Mafficking" scenes belng wit
nessed last night ln Constantinople.
The war fever ln Constantinople Ib aug
mentlng almost hourly.
The correspondent there of "The
Daily Chronicle" draws a graphic pict
ure of some of the scenes In the streets
which ls stlrring in the extreme.
Crowds surronnd the Subllme Porte ln
momentary expectation Of n declaratlon
of war. droups ataad on every corner
dlscusslng the situation. .Women aad
children. carrylng thfl Turklsli standard
IN IHE BALKANS
( ontlnned from flrat gagja,
Turkish government is adopting
more bellicose attltude, and the hope
ful tone Induced by the delay In the
presentatlon by the Balkan atateg of
the ultimatum is counterHcted by the
tone of the note whlch the Porte has
presented to the powers. The state
BB-aBt, indlcating. ns It does, thHt Tur?
key Intends to take h?r own course ir
respectlve of the 8_TBC8 of the powers.
is one Of consi'briil.le gnvlty.
It ls a faCtor to the Rood so far that .
Rumanla is remalning passlve. Her
army will not be moblltzed for the n.-xt
three days, though BTOata are batagj
closeiy watched. aUfred Stead dfldbiflfl
the p08tttO_ clenrly In statlng that Ru
tuania has n< I--80B to takt. action,
seelng th.it she aoebfl DO territorial a?
"The Daily .Mall," boworer, aays:
"We are Informed that Kurnanla wlll
moblllze to-day by daalTfl >.f tbe I rflfOia,
wlth a vls-w to maintaln poBOfl b*
cherklng any BflOTfl 08 Ua part of
The Porte'fl DOtfl to thfl powera, re
ferred to above is as foDoars:
"In vlew of tiie matiif. stly nirureasive
attltude of the Balkan States. Turkey
reserves to ltsclf full llberty <>f action.
convlnced that the clvilized world wlll
not fall to do Justice to Its _KB_8T8t8
attltude. But this l-annot exclude .are
for aafeguardlng its dlgnity and BSCar*
Ity, aa well as Ita rlghts."
Negotiatlons by the great powers In
favor A peace are being BBITlfl- OB,
the most Important (otifenii.es at
present belng held lt. Purls. It Is re?
ported that Austria will rci\e Ku- ,
rope's maiidate tO take the DBfl-fttl
uteps to locallze the war.
All dlspatchea from the Near Kast
are subjected to li<-a\v dHay and n-n
Conatantinople, Oet I .-The Wnr
Mlnister. Nazlm Pacha, has baOO ap
pointed ln supreinc command of the
In vlew of the gravity of the crisls
the government rontemplat"n addlng
to the Cabinet two or three BBBBBbflrfl
Perslstent rurnors are nirrcnt tbal
hostillties have liegun riti ihe Bulgarian
frontler north of Klrk-Kllisseh. but the
Porte declares that lt ls without news
on thls aubject. Bulgaria n fl-OBflaaa
agalnat the Turk> are reported fr..m
Varna, Altos. Burgas and other plBCflB.
Thlrty Turks have b.en killed and
many injured, according to thls rei*.rt,
and several vlllages UaOtfld, bOfB-B
belng employ. d ln sorne caseH.
The Austrlan Ambassad..r, Marqula
Pnllavlclnl. liad 8 conference in the
course Of the day wlth the -Jrand Vizler
and the Foreign Mlnister.
Intense < x<lt. flBBBBt has 848881 dls
played here throughout tbfl day. Thou
sands of people are parading the Btreets
The Turkish government to-day pro
hibited the export of cereals from Ku
Tho war fever of the pnpulace ls ris
lng rapidly. Many thousands of stu?
dents and others formed processions
and marched through the streets to
nlght. They held demonslratlons in
favor of war before the Palucc, flfk8T8
the Bultan appeared and saluted them.
Thence they proc4*eded to the varloua
embasaies and to the Porte.
Everywhere perfect oider was maln
talned, excei>t whlle passlng the Bul?
garian Legation, when hostlle cries
were raised and stones were thrown.
Later a strong body Ol paMOB was sent
to guard the legj.tlon.
Patriotic meetlngs were held and
flery apeeches were dellvered, clamor
ing for war. Thls out<ry is based on
the belief thut the Balkan states are
combining to drlve the Turks out of
The mllltary authorltles here eay
that the Bulgarian forees are belng
concei.trated at Jamboll and Eskl
Abdullah Pacha, commander in chief
of the Turkish forees in Albanla, has
been appointed to command the north?
ern army to operate against Bulgaria
and Servia. All Riza Pacha, ex-Mln
ister of War. wlll command the south?
ern army agalnal the Greeks.
Parls, Oct. 3.?President Fallierea,
Premler Poincare and Serglus Sazonoff.
the Ruaaian Foreign Mlnister, con
ferred for some hours at Kamboulllet
thls mornlng. .The entlre Balk?n situ?
ation waa fully dlscussed.
md hcadcd hy hands playing martial
?niiKlc nutrrh through Stamhoul. Sol
rli.rs cinhrare each other, swearlng to
l- i*> or conquer. The mosques an*
paikiil with rrowrls, to whom prlests
prem h the neat for a united front and j
for rourage to face the multlfarious en- |
rmy. E lormous crowds of hoth sexes |
and of nl! classes, men. women nnd !
i hltdren, students, workmen and
pi I'Sts, parade through the streets of j
IVra, headed hy gendarmes, marohing
to music and hearing many colored
flags of all slzes. On foot, on horse
li.uk and ln carrlages of every descrip
tlon, they pass along the maln streets
shouting: "Down wlth Bulgaria, Ber
vla and 43ree<*! I-ong llve the war!"
Thronjrs stop in all the important
thonuiKh'ares and relterate their man
Ifestatlona. Spokesmen make flery
Hpoeches and patriotio songs aro sung.
The ranks of the procession grow on
cvi ry corner and from every avenua
Icadlng Into the main thoroughfares.
The governments of Franee and Rus
fl_B are in complete BOCOfl- on all ques
lions nlating to the Halkan situation.
Tiie programme they are to follow haa
not been dlvulged.
No deflnlte clearing of the atmos
phere ira expected for two or three daya,
however. The exact posltlon of Aus
trla is not yet fully understood here,
and on this depends the preclse form
lhiropean intervention will take.
Franre. Germany and Great Prltaln
appear to be prepared to give Russla
and Austrla a mandate to carry out
the programmo that may be derided
upon, as the latter ara the powers most
DtpkHMttlO i-imffrenren followed one
another in qtaleft succession to-day. it
is belleVOd that the great powers are
gettliiK a flniK-r sf.it In tbfl saddle. and
tho announnuient that tho Balkan
Btataa have pc-.poa>a_ the dispatch <>t
their nltlmiituni to Turkey ls taken as
a i nnfirmatlon of thls view.
Herlln. Oet 3.- Thr apprehensluns of
th< BO-TM in conneiMlon with the
Halkan _itiiatl<?n have beer qul'-ted by
UM ^.iiil-<.fri. lal Htateiiu-nt In the
"Nopiil'-wfsi h?- Allgi-nvlne ZeltunK"
nnd b] thOM tu.'Kli- In the ofllclal OT
?fraafl .>t Vbs-um and st. PetersimrK.
m llin?r ordan from th" provlncen to
day fouatd wllllng buyers, und pr.uti
< all;.- tbfl whole list galni-d. Iii'-ludlng
even Turkish and Russlan _-*_?*__. An
titull'i aml < >ri<Tit railroad xtm ks opemd
lower. but later regnined th< :r l"ss
Canadian PMttfl impr-n-'d BOTfl tlim
RUSSIAN PLANS BALKED
M. Sazonoff, It Seems, Failed
in His Object in England.
|P\ CaMa to Tho Tnt.un- |
St Patarabarc Oct. il ? Acrlmonious
referi n> <?? ta tbfl ofllclal rcfuni* of the
resultfl "f Fur.l?cn Mlnlster S.izonoff's
vtatf to En_r__n>- ara ipp?rlng in laaaV
ItiK Bllf-lrifltl m-wspapers. and they show
tliat Mu_-*a**ita otsrpeeea dM not tera
nny too w?-ll at Um Balinoral OOtf
ferences. M. Sazonoff had ut least two
Import iiit proposals to mnkr OflM f"r
tbfl partltlmi of I'irsia. nOWflTaf skil
f_.ll** tbfl proraiadliigi mlght ba drnpe<i
rbatortcaJljr, and the otbar tor tba ree*
OfnltkM 0- th? le?ltima<y of Russla's
hixti.ru aspiratloriH relatlve to Con
htantliioplc. In other words, Hussla
? I. atrei Knirland's consent to Its an
nrxutlori of Northern PMl and Its
OOntrol of the I lardanelles H the out
i.-t lu warm water wh<*never the "in
arltablfl Turkish collapse In Kurope
?bould i ona tu pass."
Appar. ntiy tba Tlrttish Foreign __*__?
lal r. Blr Kiiward t'.r.y. arlth the dally
ararnlnci Of th?- Llberal press beforo
hlm, OOUld not veiiture to give COtlB*
tananca to lf. BauBoaaafTfl BuaTfaatloiia,
Naverthcrleaa, Roaala bolda fast to it?
uc< upatlon of Northern Perata, and Its
intetnlona raapact-ng Ooauatuitlitoplfl
are Indlcatod Midii|ently|liy the moblll*
zatlon of a powrfnl army in I'oland
r'adv to M_M nny mlvantaKe the
Balkan Imbrogl*- esOf offer.
EFFERVESCENCE IN CRETE
Island May Be Reoccupied by
England, Franee and Russia.
ColoffBa. Oot .1.? "The Kofltalaabfl Zei
tunK" baara that Um thraa ereteeUaa
powera, Oraal Hrltaln, Franee nnd Rus?
sia, an- plannhiK the n-on-upstlon of
Crete, f.arliiK that (Jreere Intend* to
i..i.,pt aa Biin?lia peMey **?*-'**?' ratBafd to
Ihl* Islnnd. The fourth prot?? tlv<- power,
Italy, will not pnrtl<lpate, owtnK to the
present status of Turco-Itallau relatlon*
The rontemplate'l -flMtMf-, accordln**:
to "The Onzett-," is aKlt.'itlng the Cre
lans grrntly, aml forclhle reMstance to
nach lntei ventlon ii- proposed.
No new develoimunts ln the Halkan ilt
natlon were nported kflN to-day, but
more optimlMn Is belng- -_flrptajra_ ln com
merclal and newspaiier clicii"*.
After 4.V3 years of Chrlstlan adinlnlstra
tlon the Island of Crete fell ln 100 under
Mussiilnian dotnlnatlon. bflttrBJ r_-08__-d to
thfl iitt'iinan Kmplre and wroveined aa a
I'urklsh vilayet. During the last three
IWtrfflta of the iilnete.nth r-.-ntury the
Bland wa* vlrtually In contlnuous liiMUr
?ectlon, and in 1K'8 Great Hillaln. Franee,
Ku*?la and Italy Intervened to constltute
Ihe lnland an autonomous state under a
Iligh Comrnlssloner of the Powers, r-ub
|ect to the suzeralnty of the Foit.v In
1906, however. the rlffht of the Klng of
tbfl liellenes to propose the Hlgh t.'om
nUsloner was rerogiiUed by the protect
ng power*. In 190*. the Cretan Chambor
jroclalmed the union of the Island wlth
.Jreeee and appolnted an executive eoin
nltlee to givern ln the name of the Klng
,f th. Hellenes. In 1611 the four powera
iecided not to All the post of High Co.n
nlssloner. but to allow the .xecuUv*
?ommittee to admlnlster the government
if the Island.
SAMOS REPUBLIO PROOLAIMED.
ronstantlnople. OcL 3.?Sofulls,' the po
itical leader In the Island of Samoi, is
ald to have proclaimed the Republio of
lamoa. wlth himself as President.
Organization Here Asks Taft to
READY TO RUSH HOME
1,000 Gather at Pier and At?
tempt to Board Greek Ship
An appeal to President Taft urjrlng hlm
to use hls lnfluence wlth the powers to
prevent Intervention ln the situation be?
tween the Balkan States and Turkey was
made yesterday afternoon In a telegram
sent to Waahlngton by Pop Stephanoff,
who has been actlng president of the
m.-etlngs of the Bulgaiians, at No. 5 Mor?
ris street. The Bulgarlans fear that ln
terventlon by any country will mean the
downfall of thelr hopes for freedom from j
A message from Sofia asking all Bul?
garlans and Macedonlans to respond to
the cnll to arms waa answered at 1 o'clock
yesterds.y mornlng by a 08888 measage
to the Mlnister of tho Interior at Sofia.
The message read: "The Bulgarlans of
New York are ln favor of th.* action
taken for llberty of our oppressed broth
ers of Macedonia. We expresa our beat
wishes and are ready to support the cause
ln case of war "
Nearly one thousand men, loaded wlth
[iackages, suit cases and some wlth unl
forms strapped over thelr backs, whlch
tliey had worn ln the Bulgarian army,
i gathered at the pler yesterday lo board
tbfl Greek steamshlp Macedonia. whlch
was scheduled to sall at noon for I'lraeus.
Owlng to orders from the Greek irovern
ment, whlch has the preroffatlve of aels
lng any shlpa salllng under the Oreek
fiag for war time use, her cargo and paa
sengers were dlBemliarked, and late in
the afternoon she salled for I'lilladeltihla
to take on ammunition for the. Greek
army. She will return on Saturday to
take on board all the Greeks she can
carry of the army reserve BflBflOflfl of 1900
to 3910 who have been sunun..iied to re
| port In Sofia.
It waa learned yesterday from frlends
Of I'aptain Georg PatrolT, president of
the Hulgarlan-Mucedonlan OrR'i'iir.atlon,
that the captaln would start to-morrow
for the front. He has held a commission
ln both the Bulgarian and R_8___ armies.
Many other wealthy Bulgarlans of New
Vork have express.-d their lntentlon of
Jolnlng Utfl colora. Others have sent lib
eral contributions to ald the cause.
The Greek Consul General, IJ. tt. Ba
taasi, who haa B?B888 at No. _>
South Wllllam Ottoat, said yester?
day that hla government has decid?
ed to t.ike a'tlnn ln r.'Kar.l to tii- rep.-at
ed tnassacres ln Ma<*0?OOBB and the lel
ni.d of Ctata Tii.- win.:.. army Is to be
mobllised Bfl show Turkey Greece m-ans
buslness. The Ilrst eall for fluhtlng B888B
Ih tor those between tiie ageB of twetity
one and forty years. The 8800?8 ls for
men U|? 10 Hfty y.-ars Mr. Bmlfl ?I aald
that there are 8??*?I WJM Off**??! ln the
country t?. __!*, MM of tbflflfl in Near York
i'reparatlona wer.i belng made among
Greeks all over Hfl- York to sall on the
M.o-.-lorila when ahe ret-f-fl irom I'hlla
d. ipiiia. In the crowd at the pler at
Mon oratora held fotth liarangulnic at
lOBSJtb on tiie "gtory of Greece" _tid Im
pb.rlng that th.- _Sr__S-8 of paat hlstory
le mi t by reprlaala upon the Sultan's
forees The dlsastrous days of HM arera
secmlntfly forgottcn. or. If rem-mbered.
only wlth the thought of revenge.
The ship. whlch Is of about T.Onfi tons.
iv tbfl pri.lo. of tho Greek merchant ">a
iine She belongs to tbfl Natlonal St.a.u
Shlp NaMgatlon ??ompany, of Greece. and
Im maanad b] oftlcers and a crew entirely
composed of the Greek naval reserve.
a atrict eauaoffflblp of lalaarapbla taa
nat' Boa 1*1 t? IriK enforced by the Turkish
Kov.-tnmeiit, aooordlW- to adaloafl reoat^od
b.-r.. b| the Commercial Calile OflflflflB??]T<
rjJBPOlnbaa for Kuropean and Aslatlc Tur
k.y. tbfl Turkish Islands and the 1'rovluce
Of -flf-OB wlll Bfl admltted only if written
In plaln lanKuage BB ___!__? Fren.h.
German or Turkish.
ITALY CONCLUDES PEACE
Unofflcial Oonflrmation That
Turkish Treaty ls Signed.
(Hy Cal.I? to The Trlbune]
I.ondon, Oct. 4.?T'nofflclnl conflrma
tlon ooonea <?f the news that peace has
baaa conduded between Italy and Tur
ke>. It ls stated that Turkey has
atundoned all claims over the sover
elgnty of Trlpoll, the Sultan. however,
n s.-rvlng hl.s splrltual headship of the
Turkey wlll withdraw her troops and
endeavor to pcrauado the a\rabB to
abaB-Oa aaatlHtt-B, Italy in return
promlses to help Turkey place a loan in
the Kuropean markets.
SUFFRAGETTE OUT OF JAIL
Gladys Evans's Hunger Strike
Wins?8 Weeks in Prison.
Dubiln, Oct 3.-The Suffragette "hunger
strike" brought about tiie release on
parole from ju.ll to-day of (lladya Kvans,
aantbflr mllltant auffraKette. The prison
doctors advlBed the auXhorltles that Mlaa
Kvana's conditlon of health had become
very irrave, and the order releasing her
on llcense, aa lt Is called here, wus Issuod
Mlas Kvans wlll be compelled to report
perlodlcally to the authorltlea during the
remainder of the term of five years, to
whlch she waa sentenced on August 7 on
the charge of Bettlng flre to the Theatre
Itoyal here the day before Premier As
quith was to speak on Home Kule.
Aa ln the eaa* of Mary Lelgh, recently
released for the same reason from a
slmllar tenn, should .VUbs Kvans subse
quently be convlcted of another crlme the
Judge may order her to serve the rest of
her present sentence.
SPANISH ARMY AUGMENTED
Reserves and 60,000 Recruits
Called to Handle Big Strike.
Madtid, Oct. 8.?All the Spanlsh reserv
IstB who have left actlve service ln th*
last slx years were summoned to rejoln
the colors to-day, and 60,000 men who ordl
narlly would not have been called to Join
thelr reglments until March next year
were also ordered to present themselves.
The decree moblllrlng thls vast army waa
publlshed ln the Ofllclal Journal to-day,
and Is regarded as showlng that the gov?
ernment conslders the railroad strike se
Premier Canalejaa aaserts that the rail?
road men have vlrtually declared a soclal
war. He says thelr demands are Impos
alble of fulfllment, and that an early set
tlement of the strike ls Impoasible.
ROOM HUNTINQ IN AN OFFICE.
Consult Tha Tribuno'a Room and
Et-_r_ r~____a ?4_UaaV
Briarcliff Manor f / New York &T
is open during October an?l November. Only an hour from
New York over the main line of the New York Central to Scar?
borough Station. Lodge Automobiles meet principal trains.
Fett partintlars, trrms ard rond map tnnflfd on rrnucst
N?w York Offlce: 12 East 48th Street
Telephone 7071 Bryant.
RBACHRD BY MOTOR along three
routes: 1?Broadway to Scarborough.
2-Saw Mlll Rlver Road vla Dobbs
Ferry or White Plslns to Briarcliff
Manor. 3?From New Jersey: Nyack
Ferry to Tarrytown. thence to Sc*r
Ample irarage factlltles and a Uvery of
Flat automeblles for the use of t?uests.
RKACHED BY THAIN over the
maln line of the New York Tentral to
Scarborough Statlon, where I.odK* au?
tomobiles meet prlncipal trains. Also
from termtnus of 8th and 9th Av?nu*
"L" at 15oth Street to Briarcliff Man?
The Fall and Winter Edition of the New York Tele?
phone Directory goesto press Thursday, October 17th.
Telephone service must oe arranged for on or before
that date in order to have Directory listings appear
in this issue. Call, write or telephone to nearest
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OSCAR S. STRAUS
It will be your untainted dollar that electi hlm,
not the dollars that buy favors,
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MAZA TRIAL CLOSED
Cuban Who Assaulted U. S.
Diplomat Awaits Sentence.
Havana, Oct. 3.?The trlal of Enrtque
Maza, a Cuban newspaper man, who re?
cently assaulted Hugh 8. Olbson, the
American charK- d'affaln s. took plac?
this afternoon tn the crlmlnal dlvlslon of
the Audencla Court. Maza admltted tha
assault, hut couns*"l for the defence plead
ed that hls cllent had not attaclted Mr.
Olhson ln the latter's offlelal capaclty,
but purely as the result of Mr. Glbson's
contemptuous treatment of the defendant.
The case was declared closed, the court
havln-f flve day* In whlch to render a de
THREE SENTENOED TO DEATH
Nova Scotia Brothars Had Killed *
Man ln Drunken Quarrel.
Hallfax, N. 8.. Oct. 3.?Three brothers,
Alfred, Fred and Harry Oraves, ware aen
tenced to-nlght by Chlef Justice Town
gend to be hanged on January 15 next
The three men were found gullty of th*
murder of Kenneth Lea at his home near
Fort Wllllams ln June.
Thn brothers, whlle Intoxlcated, started
a quarrel with Lea. One of them struck
hlm wlth the butt of a plstol. whlch dls
charged. mortally woundlng Lea. Tha
oriaonera recelved their sentence calmly.
IRISH LEADERS ItUWM
Dillon Thrown from Dog Gart?
Joseph Devlin Also Hurt.
[By C*bl* to The Trlbun*.]
London, Oct 4.?John Dillon, the Irish
Nationaliat leader, waa thrown from a
dog cart yesterday at Ballaghaderreen.
County Mayo. whlle belng drlven to
Bwlneford. He was found to have bus
talned injurles to the head. and a Dub
lln apeclallst waa called.
An examlnatlon dlsclosed the fact
that Mr. Dillon'a Injuriea were not serl
foua. They wlU. however, prevant hls
attendance at the reopenlng of Parlia
ment on Monday next.
Joseph Devlln, another Nationaliat
M. P., Ib alao conflned to hla bed as tha
result of an automobile accident
OLD MURDER 8TILL A MY8TERY.
The grand Jury refu*?d yeaterday ta
lndlct Frank P. Andre, who waa arr*st?4
on Auguat i tor the murder of Mrs. Annl*
Kessler at No. 31? Eaat lllst Btreet oa
October tl. 1809. Andre waa polnted out
on the etreet by Mrs. Llaale Zermack. ol
No. 548 Eaat Uteth street aa John A. Nor,
man who bo.rded wlth Mr*. Ke__ler aml
whom the police were not able to nnd
after her death. Other women who llve*]
near Mra Kes*ler sald Andre w t*i Johfl
Norman. but no one could be found wba
ln any way could connect hlm wlth MrB
Ke?sler*? death. Mr*. Kessler's ??*u_l..w__
fractured wlth a hatcbet Andre wlU M