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10 ADOPI RE. OIL
Be Substituted for Coal in
Battleships To Be Laid Down
CAPACITY OF 2,500 TONS
Adoption Foreshadowed by
Winston Ohurchill in Navy
<o Tt-e TrihuT-e 1
1. NOT. 16.?Although no "ffl
dal aiitiouncement has yet been made,
lt ls eertain that the Brltlsh Admiralty
brtenda Bubotltutlng oll fuel for coal ln
thf nc v battMehlpa to ba latd down at
th ;<nd Devonport at Olirist
ma" It ls statcd that these veaaala are
iaalgnad to carry liquld fttOl only and
bave a storuge canac lty of - 6*g tons
Tbe adoptloa of oll es t.i" fuol for
the futUI* varships of tho Brltlsb r.avy
was foreshadowed bj Wfa 8ton Church
111. Flral Lord <>f the Admiralty, who
jn I: ? aatlnMtoa in
Parllament in .March laat siada tho
slgnifioant statement that "oil as a fuel
offers enormous ndvantages to shi;>s
of all klnds." Ordcrs for the conetruc- \
tlor. --f marine oll engin-s hn\c alrcaciy
bem placed by the Admiralty with
Meaara vukers. Llmlted, ol Boxrow- :
in-Furness. and they arlll W Bttad in a ;
vessel 460 feet hmg, built arltb <>11 tanks
to carry 8.000 tons. for the supply of |
oll for warships at soa.
This f.'ut nlono !? : r to the ]
?tatr-mer.t that the exhaustive r-xperl
BMBtt racently made by tho tiaval au- !
thontie-- bave fully aatlaflad them -'r.
the qucatio l al th.- goncrnl BBaOBBy of i
<.il. | Btatcd that, |
ht for welght, a man-of-war will I
3" per cent further on oll fual !
and at a hlgher speed, ;
big from a knot to a knot ar.d a
bah ai raO ataam.
Saving of Space and Labor.
Barlng - ( --p^co, u-eight, stokeh Id
labor, eaat "t tranaahlpmant and al
from the lunnels are i
c ther advantage.-- duimed for oil over
t Bttd ih>- only argument acainst j
Its a'loption in battleships seoms to ho I
thit arben the fulry stockei coal bunk- J
ers ou each slde of the shlp are taken |
nway a eertain measure of protection
for the enajina rc.c tus against sbell fire
ki leet Hat the welght saved by sub- |
?tttotloa of oil for coal is such that
heavier armor can be carried, nnd it is i
r-raetkally eertain that in the nc-w shlps :
rart cf the wdght so saved will be
ustd In tht provi.?-!on of addPhma] ar
nr-r BlBtaeUoB against sh* 11 fire and
ugainst bambe droppad from alr craft
The BUbatltUtlon Of oil for coal ln
BBttleablpa la Of course. no departure.
As | matter of fBCt, r.rent Brltaln is I
merely foll-.wmg thf kad nf the l'nlted
PtaiM, ' tha Nevada and the
Oklahoma runnlng under oil. Italy. in
bar new projaetcd Su.OOO-ton vessels, j
has decidei to I arry nothlng but oil j
fuel; Kusm, >? Oaagoat elass carry 1.700 ,
ton? of oil, ln addltlon to coal: th>- j
French Courbet ciass, like the Brltlsh
Orions. carry LOO0 tons, and onl> '.':
inanv and Japan so far hivc neglected
oil rael m theti htrger ehlpa. The Qar
man lat< ry only -00 tons of
liquld fuel, hut the;. bave storage capa
rtty for oll I motor engines,
whkh I installed in cenjunc
? ith atcaaa drlvan turbint-b.
The am 1*1 r*| i -rt Oi Lloyus' Kc-g
liter, ln commantlng upon the success
of tl dtted wlth the ln-1
ternal eemboatlOB englnes, states that
there are at 11 > M Bt b'-ing ballt under
thelr BBgHt'lBlou thtrty-four vessels
wlth I" f which twenty
thfe ar- veaai ll ranglng from -VH*i to
]'<??. | u, x__ o-rnan of the motor
ehlp, VuscaauOj one of the largest of j
the c-argo hoats. have Just plac-d or- |
d?rs in Aaastardam for the conatruction j
of flve other ships of considerably .
larger ete*, and the s-'olandia and the
Fionla. both .VKMj-ton vessels. have
given .-a h c mplete eatlsfac-tlon that
thelr onr.' ra now have undt-r construc
tlon Llei-e! englnaa for aix more ves
feU, two of them balttg pf higher power
than the Belaadla. ln the matter of oll
engir.- stcauurs t'ontinental ,
-?powaera are far in advance oCGroat I
Hritain, but a to BI of moderate j
taaaagi an i- tm ballt ta the Brltlsh
Oil m 8t*amer Furnacea.
la addition to Internal combustioii
engines of tl typa, tht-re ls a
great <?? ? |b tbe use of oil in
attamei instead of coal. At
present oil fual bO-hara are belng <on
?tructed in forty-five oil carrying ves
?el? and nlneteen other vessels now
Hltberte the oll fuol ns-d for stcam
-aahjwint of over 100
ranhalt, but of lato there
has i>... r: u graat davalofanant in the
?upply of oll fual with a lower flash
Mm the oommlttae of Lioyds* Pteg
baarabnouaoe that if this low fiasi. .>n
bHomes pdnerml for marlne jiurposes
'1 ?H1 prej.are new rules for the
tonstruction of VMBB18 which use it.
. Thla Btmultanaooa increas* ln oil
^"rning Btaamara and ln motor BUg-Md
v*Mel8 has naturally led to an enor
HiouBly lncrea.- 1 .icuand for VaaBBfai
^ aarry oll ln bulh. Ilaoa July last
*lxteen reeeela (<>f Ui.Oll tons) have
?888 reglstertd at Lloyds, und there
"re elghty-sc-ven vessels at home and
ahroad now under conatruction wlth a
^nnata (,r 47i*,'XJ<) for carrying petro
??8l lh bulk.
Ten of these vessels under c-onstruc
ti"r? are B26 f(.tt in length and of 10,
hbb tons gioss, belng larger than any
011 tankers yet conetructed.
la view of the inevltable enormoua
Increaae ln oll ronaumptlon lt is doubly
'ntereating to learn of the determlnc-d
attempt which the German government
purpMfla to make to combat the thrcut
lenod kerosene mosonoly of the Stand?
ard OU Company. The Standard and
r mhatdtary MMPnaiM already con
: tn '. tbfl wholesale trade ln l'luminatlng
joil. and the retailcrs are largely de
? pcnder.t upon them through the con
! tracts into which they have flntOTfld to
buy from thfl Btaadard and associate
companlcs. Hut the German govern?
ment belleves lt is possible to obtuin
tho bulk of the illuminating oil con
r-umed in Germany from the lnde
pendent rivals of the Standard oil
| Company in America, Russia, Gallcla
and Rumanla, and there ls every prob
Ity of a bill Roinp through the
! K< Ichatag which Will flgtabllflh a legal
imonono-y of the whok__ta trade in
! Illuminating ofl in Germany.
DROP IN MEAT PRICES
Russian Beef and Riots Do the
Trick in Berlin.
Berlln, Nov. 7. An immedlate and n___
: factory affflCt 01. the high coft of llvlrig
1:1 uei.m wai breugbl al out hy ihe _n_
? ; Bnaatan moai ar..t Ihe riots
thal atUndad tht- nr.-t attompta to aail
I 11 Prloai bavfl ^ince droppad in aoma
- raora tiian M per oant,
CMtfl hundmd an 1 1wcnty-.1-.ht t. tfl_M
? d in odvanofl i" .-?:; Um 1; 1
t ? < two fallUtod thotr
? .: :v 'I ),. pmuH v ,i I
j Votlng in .- ^ diflt-l-Bl market halla, and
I tbe attitatkm wai rta ly aarloufl ln a
market ball bi MoaMt Butehara ware fi*
ted, ihelr st.nnis were demollHhed,
| and .- uM 1 tbflT han.ly materiHl
wandfl of pounds
of ineat weie atolCfl by tiie ei.raged _ri<?!?,
?i.u ? . aiatnly oi won..
The reser.iment agttinst the butchers
ala, who took
,-'t rr.ea_.ir?'S to insur. thal tha chaap
ItC old I - plao . .... ?- \k
X . ?. 1 .v> tn Importfld naal
waa off-tad at l
for thfl home product. bat on the second
? - '? arere I thfl 1
1 .nii ov.11 nu_t to tha Mrval of l
for ti ? Raoalan me.it. and tha r.oxt day
? ra ?t'? bad refuaed to I
v ho u. ;? n ?? .? B ifl] rafldt bi Id
f..i mont! s :.t _i cenl ?' poand, haa
I . i ? lert-in
nf (in tbe whole tafldfllioln) to
? ' I , I
. tl to "?'.. nd t' lotn 1
I . nta
The agrarlat.s ai. -r.-.itly plflaflfld with
th? tmnd of events and ar<- ajrendv dfltag
thatr baal to niukc poMtlea! ranltal out
of it. They hava s;ubbornly I?Ifltad all
nptl 10 redrae 01 tak" off tiie duty
on meat* and cntt'.e. or to make Importa
tion eaplcr. decbuing tha; the HvnlOC
ni?er Wflfl recelvlng only a falr price. and
that the hlgh retall prfflflfl should bfl
aaerlhad to the butchers, who demanded
an unfalr pruflt. Now they are deHariiiK
? they have been Justlfled by the de
valopmanta af tha laal few days.
The war iiK-iinst the "bodMt ehop"
hroker? has now Mflfl carried with su<
,rto the law courts by tbe natlonal
or_a__atloa Of f.erman hanker*. Tbree
aiied ?_?_____" have Man aanunofld
to ImprMonmant, ona for thraa >*ar* and
two fOt hv* years. Another man was
Dhad for infringing tiie law agalnst un
fah competition through tdv-ttbang his
bttflbMU flfl " bank. He bad formerly
b?M I waltar and had made it a practlce
of ler.ding money to students.
Thfl rnan who recelved th* j-entence of
three l-aifl carried on what h* called a
_, commlaalirn and Bnandng bu?i
it was ahowa thal ha dM ool
, x, , !i,r ,,; lon aflnl to him, and bfl
mad. 11 I rfRular practlCfl to entlce Into
D?w opcmtlOM auch cu-rtomara a.? mad*
an apparent proflt on sto< !: tranMCtlOM
with hiin H" wa* sentenced for em
_______ dapoattad aaflurltlaa, and he hus
10 meet a further charg. <.f fraud.
'II. two bankers -60100 ad for flve
were mamberf Of tha :jame flrm;
? ./ offencfl wai agalnal lha BoarM law.
Not laaa than alztaan pamona ?niiing
thamMlv-fl hanbfli- are awalUng trial
before Uerlln courts |
Foreign bucket Bhopfl clo an Mftvfl -*-?'
dom in Oannanr throM* dreolai- and 1
advatt-MnMnU la certaln publleatloni af
London and Paris. and many ln.'xperl
1 Oarmanfl have lofll money through
thtm. As the Cerman courts cannot
r.-a-h these fl.-nih. wblch mostly have
their hoadoaartai- at London and Part*,
thfl Central As*ociatton of OflTaMfl Bank*
tis has for come tlme been carrylriK on
a campaign agalnst than by prir.ting Ifl
the newapapers ll"ts of all flUOfl fOCOlgn
huckct BhOM as try to do bUfltnaflfl Ifl Gcr
many. and by waming the public agalnst
WOMEN END 400-MILE HIKE
Suffragettes Reach London and
Call at Asquith's House.
landna Hov. I_?Thfl _____a_ttfl Army
wblch sturted from Kdlnburgli on 0-tO__l
II completed Us aw-mUfl tramj. lo LondOfl
this afternoon. havin? taken exaMly hve
v,eekh to do thfl Journey. Cnder tbfl had
of Mra. Da Fontblanqna, wn0
iraveuad on borMbaelt, they P?*-_*??
Immadlatflly to tba PHrn* Mi-isters n+
dence In Uownlng BtTflflt ?nd pre^ented
ttwrtr petllion demandlng thfl suffrage for
?oa 11. ... ,__
fremier Asqulth. profltlng from his ex
potiancfl of pravlOM meetlnga with IM
VOta-Mflklng women, bad ret.re_- tn UM
country for Um wflflb _nd Ws aaeraUj.
however, aooapt-d tbe docmr.ent. and
thal. was no untoward lncldent.
The Httle band of women made a tn
omphal pr-gmaa d-ftol tba i--t -nflaflj
[wTof thah loni tnai-h _- baad laiadad
M procaaaiM thr_-_t ?ba l*aadf"
1 _.. ??K.r. the Conqui-rlng
tti-flta, playlni See tne "/*
H#ro Corna-." whllfl lbonaaad_ o w?ra*
gettflfl and men sympatluzers Unfld up
BURY ASSAS_SJN JECRETLY
Canalejas's Death Leaves Span
ish Monarchists Lcaderless.
liadrld, Nov. 16,---he builal of Manuel
Cardlnaa, who coinm-ttfld ?_al?a afttr
h, had abfl. Prernier Canalejas. took pUMfl
?oeratiy at dayhraah thla mornlng. to
?Utlurrltiaa bad given no intlmatlon tho
the funeral was to be held to-da>. and
t... WM r:o demonstratlon.
it is thfl goaeral rlaw thal th* d-ath
of Pi___#r ___-aJ_aa Idaw-fl tbfl ?'?/'
archlrts Ifl Biatln WtthOUl ? Kreat parlia
mentary leadaf, whlM Klng Alfonso is de-'
prlvfld 1" a situation of great dlfflculty
of the counsel of a strong mnn on whom
M relled fully.
Tbe Spanlsh court I* describtd la Ihfl
prens to-day as dapre.aed and appraban
Mv,. of tomlng dlfflcultfea. owlng to tho
T_R I B U NE'S FOREIGN
A STRIKTXC; PICTURB OF WAR'S DKVASTATION.
Kili icfa wai taken after Ihe battle of that name as the rictorfou
Thr rurkial -.ton araa dritren rrom ita strong position by
ii.* V'niears'in'a hcrcc' .ij.t. in which Ihe Bulgarian artillen fire made th. Turkish po-.tion untenabfe._
Ths phi b fraph -: i ne I lh< itreeta of Kir
Bulgarian army araa advanciftg toward Adriai
abaeaae al aa Mthorttotlve pblltkal
KIbi ' ' ' lo feel
th.- io ' m -i pai ?-? ?
ai tha late Premlei *ith hli llhera
democratic tendenclea aa*? unlty to tne
aupportera -?' t ie bmi ai l?y and in i" ?;?
get her ? irlou ? whleh B-ffbt
otherwle< have b ? n ho*l ??_,?
The KI"*,- ln BCleCtlnB Cotml I.-mi
nonea aa Pr*mltr. ii of oi
has plcked th* moi t wortl ) am ??? t -
ae 'Oi d - - He ?
Prrmler M i I Prenderraal ai . ?*>
Pr< mPr tJ.n- ra! Mont*ro Rloa i- >" 01
whom e than a?i
bb dlsq i*lll
"HOW TO SPENP" CLAS8ES
Lady Esher to Teach a New
Brand of Economics.
London, Nov. 8.?ViacouBt?* Eabar,
arhaaa plaln eeobery daaaee for lodlee
have B**n a Btrlking BUOCCM nmong tbe
(Bli raaldante <?' B*lfra*1a aad Hayfab*.
Ib about to utl? mi't ll.' rather -MT8 "in-r- I
ous task of MOehlOg th'- BBOtb*!* and
daoghtero of Enabab Bocfoty the adeaco
of Bprndlna mon*y ?tudente ln v.i-.-.-t
?ad aabtea aill be Inetrueted la every
pbooa of tb* art oi apendlng BMBOy.
tboogb Botbtag. ii is Bnaaratood. arlll be
nld aboai tba more 118- bH bualaam of
BMhtaa n.on. >? Ibay wiii be taagbl tbe
Bclence ot economl08 so far as tlie jnHH
nrr. diesFmaker and Jewelhr are e0U?
cernrd, and ln one of the l**tur*B wh.eh
deuiB Bfltb "Dreea a-towaaoa'' the m
BtructreM aill praacrlbe tba aeeot-d
books to be kejjt by the BMtTOB with
HltOOO a rear und by tba dfbutaate aitb
|l,r,00 o<r knnum.
Tb*toetur*8 oovar a vary eamprabanalve
tieid, for i>-u> Bab*r bolda thut b propor
Byatam oi K**pt-8 aoooaata bi as b* - b
sary ln tba iMiaMhobl <?s ln tb* bO?UMBB
bouaa Ho? to h**p boma acoounta, nar- j
d*n accouata oheca aarvoata' uuu trad*a>|
oMn'a booha, make paymeata bj ebech
and by caab and the rolua of ragulorfty]
ln the pajmeiit Of ..'<'.lnts 881 8 f-W of
tba many Itame irblob appmr la tbe cur
And at the 8nd Of it all I-td> I
arlll hoid oa examlnatlon, irban tbe .im..
teur linaiiii. is aa.U thamaelvaa BU up
bpecinn ii p*g*a of aaarl) a doam ..
Bttt account books and tnUMOCl ln tli>*
lecture room th.ii pereoaal and i
keeidng bBB-MM v. iiii bBgl Ol d immi ,
coipB, pobtai urdera and chOj ln
HAS 270 GRANDCHILDREN'
Mra. de Bcer Married Widow
ers with Farailiea?That's Why.
lTfciorla, Traiisvad, ('C\. t*. 'dr- Tb iU
M. de rixr, a iio.r Woman, wla. v..i- I I
orotly marrted for tbe aevontb tta . baaj
probably aatabHah*d b warid'a reeord i? <
matnmoriiai renturw* Hiu- i? now tb*.
B?oth*r and at*ptnotb*r ot forty?nlne chii-j
ur-n t.iid tba a^andn?otb*r of fln.
w iiin elfhtaen rean of age Bhe naar
rit-d Patrua Jaaobue -.abbe. who dMd,
leaving bar wlth one child. T*B months j
later Bhe ??'?-? Bgaln marrl?.l to a aid
?u.-r with three ebOdraa. but bi leaa than
B r**T and .a l.alf he also dled leBTbtf
her wlth four chlldren. I
i'i%,. months i.ftei buaband No. 2 had
_nt_n?d ott thia mortaJ cotl, abe m?
wJdded to another wldower. who bad
ieven chlldrm Sta* U*ed wlth hlm for
? ,v.n yeara before 1k dled, l.-avmg her
wliu an addlth-UU" hrood o: younKBters
?WVe,ryaaff^ldBWhaad faUowad aad
,...... dh^" n, i.i'd. foi the fourtli tlOM, BO
otr-w widower. who bad flght Chlldren.
My blm ab* haa four cbllaren and an
oUMi "i-.ii oi eli ''n reeuna elapscd before
*S*e yeara later ab* marrtad Hendrlk
-tooD-ff and liL- BUTTlved .lev.-t. \eara be- f
foi.? dei?a?ui?g '?" ll1" Or**t.Unkngwn
Ind leaving her wlth ten cblldren. Two'
**ara Biibaaquently she contracted a aixth
__frriaae wm). Handrlk Van vv:k. a wld
nu.r wh? brought llva cblldraa to swell
ih* fimillv. Anoth-r eleven years paaaed.
_n.i i- too, *wl tba amy ot hla n^
.,r?le..'-sois. hiB deatli occurriiiK qult*
r.^ntM. Hut tvldently not yet tlred of
m?tr m'o-iinl Vtciaaltudea this r<-markable
_1*.',l took unto hersc-ir ..ne de H-er.
"l.l.i waa only a f**f ?c-ki -.tgo. He atlll
FINANCE AND IHE WAR
French Savings Invested in
Bulgarian and Turkish Loans.
I'aris, Novembor R.
The quflatlM ot tbfl hour ln Bnandal
(lr.:]M here la ilmplj "' ofl "f
thi thought which la Ifl tbfl mlnd of ail
who bavfl Mvad a faw bondrad dollara
?that _ to aay, ? Inrgfl proportton of
thfl Frcmh peopla? w hat flffoct will th
w.ir ln the Near Kast hava upon
i i. ncb - apltal Inveatcd ln t'> ? balUgar
? nt eoonlHM? it i.? alao a subjeot for
dlocuadon how far Prench banbi are
invoived in the Bnanctal conaaq-anoM
(.f n great war througb FYencto par
tl. lpatl.-n in ;!.? - IV* lOOM WhlCb
Man aoati i ln th. Balknn f'enin
?ula atncfl the tranaformatloii of tho
Ottoman debt in isT.">. durlni tbe be
glnnlng of the relg.u of Abd- il II unld.
a d.ht whrh -it that UflM nmounted
After the Uufvo-Turklfh War a com?
mlsslon wm appotntad lri 1861 to ex
arnlne ottoinan Bnnncaf. WhWl weffl In
unusually aorry pMght This oomfl-la
Bion wus compoeed of repraoeatal ?
of tl.e foreign boinltiolder.s and BM .
b?ra of the TurkMh govanunant, wha
,|. idod lo reiluie the ottoman -'..bt to
1088,200.000 by the dacrofl of Monhar
rem. Tho unlfhatlon of tbe debt ln
1008 foraaad of Mveral prettouj i. ntaa,
. ed anothi i big fllfc ? to b ? ui off
by redu? ing tby Domlnal capital fr..m
f879.___.000 to 1168,649,000. PToneh
flflfll-H of Turkish fltOCk, who ITfl tbfl
prlnclpal l_oldat_. bav? tbaraforo bam
molotad b? ? ranr inrg* ?um TIm
oniy guarantM t<>r Ibe propar adaUnla
tratlon of the revenui ? i ? i tadfor
the pa] ment of the d.bt is tbe inter?
national commi.s.oi., which rcceives
diroctly tbaaa rovonOM pledgod to the
reimb ..?<"" nt of tbfl loans.
Bul tbe 'inaatlon may bfl Mbad, win
tho Turha raap< l tbl eonvtntlon aitar
their i.ow btarlUhlfl daffl "" SVbw Um i
Vo ,:ig Turks gallMd BMBMntMlly Ihe
Bppar hand they were iinab!.- '" flSflCl
anythlng to hnprora matters finan
rlaHy, bnl toc-_n___ Um defl 11 by
apondh-g ??' further surn of 129,0-0,000
on additional trmarnents. It is _nid
that Tiiikev propoaflfl to launCB a fres'i
big loafl abroad, but Ifl pnsent condl
tions this projei t will bo found linpo,.
llbtfl lo bring to fruition. It is eati
tnatcd that the milltary expenditure of
the ottoman government amount.- to j
msrly 40 par < cut of the budget, and j
ihe pavrnent of the debt aboorbfl tl per
.. it more. Thus leaa than 88 per cent
remains with which to tidrninlster the
Tho flnnnces of P-u'garia see:n to
have been bett> r managed. at flrst
fcight, than tho.se of Turkey. There
ar.-. i.owevcr, yearly flJMClal budget:;,
not made pnbUfl. which rendflfl the dg
urcs of the general estimate lllusory,
It would appear that there exlsts a
regularly occt rlng iefldt, shown by
the fact that the state ls obliged every
three or four years to consolidatc the
floatlng uebt by the Issue of a new loan
with which to settle arreara. Bulgnrla
has already lssued aeven loans tOtalllng
almost $Kl8,?NsJ,i?UO. The Interest on
this debt and the milltary cxpensea
take 50 per cent of the rcvenue of the
Servia has horrowed 1188,7-0,000,
with a populatlon of under three mill
lons. and has to pay annually JO.-JOO,
<m? in Interest, and. with the . ost <>f
the attny, more than Bl per eent of the
budgol ls abeorbed.
Paeatmlatfl fllM look a*knnc* at the
f.reek financial sltuatim, that Mttle
state havlng be^n bnnknipt several
tlme*., but slncc 1M>8 an International
rnnillllflfllOII. cr>mi>osed of the represent
atlves f>f the slx powers. controls the
revonnea set upart for the payment of
the Interest on Its debt. The exterlor
d.bt of QrotM la reckoned at SlfiO.OOO,
000. and _T? per cent Ifl w.thdnwn from
:... Mtlonal raaouroM to pay the inter?
est ..ti these loans.
KoW af Umm states was In a positlon
t>. begln war wlthottl runnlng the rlsk
Bay, tbfl lertalnty -of havlng fo face
flOrlOM flnaneial dangers. Wblch will
lurely hnve grave rnnMajininciai fat
gpltallfltfl, greit and small. who
bavfl lent tl.eir money I'nder pre.-ent
elrcumatancM it wlU ba diiiu ult, if not
Impoo-lbla, for Turhey ar ?*_? Ibe
Balhan coalltlon to barrow funds, and
wii.-ii their laol doIlM baa bOM spent
their Bnance mln_t_i- wlU be o__e
pelled to IflflM paper currency to re
plenlflh thfl empty exchequerB and to
in.ik>- it. .11. ulation coinpulsory.
\ rdlng to recent atatlstica. $84.5.
000,000 ol forelgn money la invested
Ottoman Brnpireflind the Prif-eo
Statea Of this aum Ftanoh capital
holdfl 70 p<-r cent ln Turkish scrlp, or
nearly 1200,000,000b and ?:? p.r cent in
....;k..it fnnda, maklag $1!?.,<sh.i.iki?j eb
talned from Krance.
A i on] Ifl of tnonthfl ago several I'arla
Mnbfl Wflffl in the act of negotiatlng a
i h m Bnlgnrlan laaa for 188,000.000, and
bad aclually made an in.stalment in
July of $:2OO,000, but when afterward
'.n eloodfl in the BnlbaM hagiii to
tbreaten the comtng storm negotlatloM
re topped, ThM ftnaei is ln 'he
positlon of a crodltor whose debtora
ra tncurrtng ononnoua Bnanetal nsks,
i.ut who pofloeooefl m legal power to
obtain redij? ahouM these stat. ? ?
l otOfl banktupt, an ovent which has
occurred before In Ibe reoent hlstory
of both Turkey and QrMOQ, lf not in
tbfl Mflfl of the t.vo Httle blavonlc klng
doma c. t. h.
GERMAN BUDGET FINISHED
Income and Expenditure Bai
lanced at $762,000,000.
Bflriln, Nov. 14 Some of the leading
ttoou ln the bttdg-t of the (Jtrman lim
rlre for the comlng year ar. glvtn to-day
ln tha "BflerOM '"ourler," one of the
ieadlng financial rialllea. The total !n
oeOM end expenditure are, balanced at
epproxlmntely $762,O0O,O? each, an increaae
of about $7_,000,000 ov?r la_t year. Tbe
aetlmate for |ba navy Ih givon at J119,
W*\m% or an Increase of $1.6-0.000. The
ordtnary naval expenditure Increuaea by
K0-*),00U and the non-reuurrlng expendi?
ture i,y $5,250,000, but the extraordlnary
expenditure, on the navy ls rcduced by
17.70O.OOiJ, owlng to the approachlng com
plflUM of tha iiaval conatructlon pry
I'in.t. approprlatlons are ask*. for a
battleebtp to replace the Woerth and for
a battleship deaignated aa "T," for a
luibo aroloar to reploea th? iiertha. for a
amall crulser to replaco the Qefion and
foi another to reolace the llela, for a
g.nboat marked as "C" and for a new
imp.rial yacht to replace tha Hohemol
lern. Thu naval tatlmatea alao Include
un appropriatlon of $-\00O,0uo for subma
The army estimatea are Increased by
$1.,-J_0,w0, which tMl-dflfl the Increaaes of
the forces provlded In the new milltary
bill. one of which is the organoixation of
I.Ili'tytlire,. DM-Cb-M _UM cuiiiiaiue
Americans Still Well Represent
ed at the Leading Hotels.
MRS. DURYEA'S RECEPTION
Art Students' Club Gives At
Home on Occasion of En
larging Its Residence.
J'ariB, N'ov. |.?N'ew York ls still well
reprmontell ln PBTM. Tn oddttloa to the
usual winter colony there ire many well
known N**? Yorkets 008008 tlie guests at
the principal hot.-ls. ^t. Morthfe sum
ni"r la as benlgnant here as elsewhere this
Mrs. 0. A.ton. of N'ew York. has con
' rluded her sojourn in Italy snd. arrlvinfr
from Florence. is BUUmg UP fOT a :>v.
d.iys at the Hotel ch- CrtllOB
The most recent arnvals at the Hotel
de Crlflon Inctode Mr and afra wnitam
Oray, Etobart Mttcbell, Mlsa K. Stmoaona
Mlss Kendal Bnshe, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
('. Xewbuiger. E. E.iKar Green, H. B,
j i?mg, C. ?'? Ctantbefi Ur. aad Mrs. ?
I Warren and familv. Miss Marle Falrchild
i and 1?. Brenton, all of N*W York.
x.-w Torfcera rsaiaMred recently at tba
I Hotel de CrlUon ar* Mr. and Mra vviil
iam E Ifnrcourt, who have return.-d to
|paria after an eatenarv* aotoroobtle tour
i through (i'rimer.. and who- will r*8?ab) ln
the jrav city untll tbe end of the month;
Captaln C. n Pearaon, arba b ia
tbla Bf**b from O*?*V*! Mr. and Mrs.
Wycbllffe Tul**, who liave Just conie on
from London, and Mr. nnd Mra B lf.
fJraenWBlI, who have spent the P.st twn
months tn toirlntr EUTOP* lB BO automo
other rerent arrlvals at the Hotel de
Crlllon Ir.clude Mrs. OlbBBB I'ahnettock,
bUea Ifargaral Pabneatocb, Mra I* I'futze.
Q, Ktork, Mr. and Mra EdWBrd C Xew
man, Mra. C. Regrnt. H. J. Meryman, Mr.
und Mrs Alb*rt IowPt, Mis. nunows
Oreert, Allen H Flaber, W. J Poola, Mr.
and Mrs. \lb<>rt \V<-l!m.in. who have re
ttirn<''t t-i I'arls from Floren<-e. and Mr.
and Mr*. A. Q fcah UM Mlss Mr.rle Falr
c hllcl, also of Ntu- Vork.
Mr?. Paullne Brmaua, of New York. _
at tbe Hotel i.orti. ~avtna conelodod a
f-ojourn In London, Mr. and Mrs G. O.
Yntid. r>>l!t. of N*W York. BI* now in
I-'arK rO*?_?f a bfMf May at th<- IP.tel
At the Hotel Regina.
Mrs. .r. w. andaiBOii and Mis? Maoda
E. An'lerson. of Xew York. are among
, the lafest anhals at tbe Hotel Itegina.
lotber recent Brrlvale at Iba iiotei Regfaaa
laclude m. H. BMhlegi Mr. and Mra g. &
', MabOn, Mr. end Mrr L B?88 nnd A. J.
'"rawford, of Xew York, and Mrs. F. YV.
waihire. of Ptalofleld, X. J
Mr nnd Mrs. F. HBBU-ler, Israel Lack,
J. C. Flndlay and E. G Grot, of Xew
York. are among the lat*Ht arrlvals at
; the Grand Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. L. X.
Musk. of New York. are also at the
Arrlvals at the Hotel Majestlc this
1 week Include Mr. and Mrs. G. 8. East
wick and Mr. and Mrs. BJ, Pfugl, of Xew
Mra. J. H. Duneombo, of Xew York.
who hns been ataylng at Blarrltz. has
thlB week arrlved in I'arls an I lo for a
few clays at rhe Hotel Medford. Other
recent arrlvals at the Hotel Hedford In
?cludo Mr. and Mrs It X. Haines, Mrs.
ij. M. Rose and V*. Fllnt. of Xew York.
R. Kanter and S. H. Folllns, of Xew
York, aro for a few daya at the Hotel
I Mrs. C. W. runton and famlly and Mlss
Hararave, of Xew York, who have come
from London, are registered at the Hot:l
Mrs. Htephens, of Xew York. has come
on from Houlogne lo l'ans and Is staylng
[Ol the Hotel ?i lena. Mr. and Mrs. M.
1 WUIPon, of x<-w V rk, have concluded i
thelr eojourn in Italy and have <ome on !
to Parls from Lugano They are at the
(i. Forry, of Xew York. who has been I
: for some time touring through Swltzer- j
land. has this week returned to ParlB,
i from Laaeanne and ls at the Hotel d'lena. :
l H. S ripconer, of Xew York, la at the*
[Hottl .Salnt-James et d'Albany.
, _l. tl'Illl_. ?/ v..... V*.
J. aepb Willlams, of Xew York, waa
I amons the week's arrlvals at the Hotel
i MIks M Prior. of Xew York, has ar
rfved in Paris from Lo.-.don, and ia put- '
ting Bp for a few days ut the Hot-1
Max Bchwarta and H. Coheu. of Xew.
York, are for a f?w clays at the Flysee
l'alace Hottl, Paris.
Mis?- E. tieltne., of Xew Y'-rk, who was
laat week in Londaa* is ucw n? Parla
?ta>ir,T for a few daya at the Hotol
Mr and Mrs. T. Hraine and famlly. of I
Xew York, have concludt-d thelr rleft to
Parle and have left tbe Hotel do l'AJienee I
A. J. Wllmaler, of Xew Yoik. is a guest i
thla week at the Hotel lltlpiiton. Mra. J.
Hotz and MlOB Hotz. of .New York. whu
eOOM on from M.-ilin tbla v\c k, aie also !
at tbe Brlajbtao. other r*c*nt amv .
at the flot.-l Mrighton rOClUde Mr. und
Mra J m. \vi:..,v, a;,.. m. j. ki.is, Mra >
C, g \Valk.-r, Mra L .i. Noithani. Mr.
and Mrs. J. Mct'lellan and fumlly and .
Mrs. m Dernhi u_, aii of .\. w Forb,
Ntw Torbara arrlvint thto week at tha!
Kotol Contlnenb? huiudo a. f. Bruao?I
A. P. Simyson, A. l-issn.-i. A. .1. Fuude
ville. MT. and Mr-. II. A. M*y*T, lianj j
J l>-bser. Waltar C iordan, Mr, and Mrs j
a. u. Plerao_.*R. C. Pteraoa, jr, und A.
Pbarlw Ltppaaan-i of x>w York. left
the I'ontlnental tlils w ?-ek for Frankfort
To sive th^i. frlaoda an opportumty of
Inspecting th<: .i?-\v ann?x to their home,
the American Art Stucienta' club in l'u.:.-'
held a receptlon this we.-k, at which
were preaent Mrs. Hanford Whlte, Mrs.
lilair Falrehild, Mr. and Mrs. La*rr*bO*,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Hamllton
Kussell. Mme. Fmma Fames de Uogorz.i,
Mrs. Chanier, Mlsa Hohman, Mlaa Sctid
d?sr, Mlss cotton, Mr. Is^lln, C. 1. Har
nard, Mr. MflBtgOBM rj BBd Mr. F.i.rchik1.
U. Stuart Sinltl-., i i Xew V.nk, haa ar
llv.d ln Farla this week. and will stuy
tlll after CbrlaUnaa with his slster, Mrs.
X. 1- Dutyea, at her apartments, Xo. M
Among those present at the party which
Mrs. Duryea gave this week to colebrate
tho arrlval ln l'aris of her brother were
Mr. Iaelin. Major Corrle, Mrs. l'al i?
atock, Mrs. de Grasae Fox, Miai lylvfa
Fox, Hobnaa Black, Mlaa PatrehUd, mi?s
Hobson, Mrs. Payia, Mrs. Hettlnl, Mrs.
Bwlnburne, Mrs. Hazard, Mrs. de Witt
C'uylcr, Mrs. Orlswo'.d Oray, Mrs. James
A. Rurdeii, Mrs. Key, Mrs. Laurenee V.
Henet, Mra. Ollvcr E. Uodlngton, Vlcomte
de Montferrler. Vlcomte de Montreull,
Comtease de t'oetlogon, Mra Orvllle Hor
wltz and M. Andre de Fouo/iieres.
giffl ran giiDir
Her Majesty of England Dis
penses with Maid of Honor.
NOT FOND OF CEREMONY
King George, on His Ooming
Visit to France, to Stay at
!Kr;n Th<- Viib'jno ?',y.re*r,ori'',*nt. ]
fxaidoii, Nov. 9.?Soin^ surnrlse ha*
Nn feit beeanea th* Qaaan has dtepaoaed
with Um attendance of a niai.l of honor
whlle at Bandrlaghafl-, contenting hfrs.if
with thfl flflanrtaana flf a single woman
of tiie i pd- hambar.
But. Quecp Ifary ls not particuiarly fond
of a crowd Moat her ancl al York Cot
i.ice alvrava has aa (aw poopta ba real*
d. nce ns poaatMa Um n. toa owing M
the Ulaeaa of a_aa Mabal Oya tha othaf
two nalda af honor hava bad M tabl
longer periois of waltlag than aeunl, and
her majflfllj la ascaodlngly conold-reh
Lady Hertha DeWfclUfl, Who WM il
Bandrlnghan arlth the Quaan, la a eddoW
wiio baa hu.i ratber a aM j i t * -. iha mar
ri.-.i whan aba waa thlrty-eevan '-'
arthur Dawklna, rarloua ti.w:k^ bavtag
k. pt them apaii for aaai :? rcai
llved to enjoy the fttlfllnMOl Of bla ? arlf
?:,??? only two years. l.ady ;..'?'..
who b to marry Qeneral f awaail Ifl N'o
rembor. la ber aletar-ln-law, and the pt_a
ent Eat. l.athori, who ls now ; Nveuteeii,
ls Im r mi hew.
The Kirijr and Qneaa, WbOB they tlfltt
Parla ___1 March. will niake their !?
uu.irters ln tM Uritish Kmbas.-y. whieli
is one of tiie most Btatell bttUdlngl a_M_|
th*. Wholf of the Hue o, St. llouor.
Prandfl Kertle ls OM Ol ti'e most popular
ambaaaadora Parla bis known alnci iii'
lav of Ivird l.yons The M-flfl b
with treasures of everv dflOflllptlon, in
eludlng many relics of past aaabaaoad ?
Tha Klng lo. of course, no atrangtr there,
but, curlous'.y enough., tbfl Qfleen haa
oavcr ita] id there ladoed, ber nu
has no great hklrig for f?rifl Md _B
Httle r.f the city.
PllnCflflB Mary is. it appeal-, to ko to
Clorenee to pursue he: BtUdlfla Ifl a* I an.l
lan__ag_a it wm M r_______e_d that
Queen Mary spent a y. ar of her glrl
li'.od ln the City af I'low-:.., .? i i her
constant attendanee at thfl 1 IM aad
othtr galleries *a.e Mr tiiat rait Infllgbl
lr.to palnting which .-he \ l
prlnceaa, when she goaa win of eourm
be accompanied by ? go ? ? d a
maid of honor.
Mrs. Adair will h* mlaood front Bngtattd
this wlnter, althoigh it la aoBM n ll
slne* >he was flBOCh in London duinp
the aloslng BBflnthfl of tiie year. Thi.-*
tlme she has MaHy IflM hOT boaM ln
Curzon street and has gone tn I 'alifornla.
wiiere she has a ranch, Md dollghtfl Ifl
entertainlng tbflM of her friend.-, v ho ar.
entTprising enough to journ.y OOt then
However, she is not to bfl lo.-t a- .i
hostess to London, as she hM already
practlcally taken a house ln Porttn.u.
Square Urr next season. and nvans to a
quire new and origina! IdOM for dfl
while she is ln America. No one who
was there will *ver forget her fancy
.Irets ball in Qimofl Btmet, given before
the craze for these ente.tainments had
UNREST IN CHINA
Government Urged to Action to
Retain Outer Mongolia.
(By f_bl? t* Tho TrflMB-a]
p klng, Nov. 16.?PreaMent Toaa
Shih-kai is deluged with InfegraiM
from governors, off'.clals and Dewapa
pen of every party InChlnn danaandlng
forceful measuns agalnst outer Mun
golla regardhss of RUflefla.
Polltlcal parties, golldfl and atudentfl
are holding maafl meetlnge, at wblch
the speakers. with tears in their cy. s
deplore the loss oi tcrritory, curee Kus
sia. and beg the people to force tho
government to retake Ifongoila. Many
"dare to dle" Corpfl have been fornw.l
the metnbers of which flgptflflfl their
wHllngnaae to take the field.
These actions place the Preatdent and
his Cabinet in a delicate positlon.
While they unde.-stand that. lacklng
money. stipplies and ammunitlon, war
lll<? action bs Impoaalhle, they must
appear to carry oui th-' pooplo'fl WlalV -
It is generally believed, i'; spite of the
present Jingidsm. that Yuar.-Shili-kal
will avolVfl a jeacc-ful solution of the
The membeM of the Cabinet offered
th?ir realgnflflone. but the Natlonal
Assembly refuaed to accept them, thi.-.
action amo_ntb-g praattcally to a . ? t
GUSTAVE HERVE ARRESTED
Italian Government Stops
Ronv, Nov. _______ Prancb aalt a_fl|
tary agitator, Custav. Hei ve. ?am. t .
BoflBfl two days ago for the purpose of
Bpflnktag at a dodallal meeting v. ln h it
wj-: propoeed to bold to-morrow in rrotest
agatnel tba wur. He wm plaead under ___
rest this evening after a mild deniunstra
tion b> his aodallat aympathln
OPIUM GROWING RESUMED
General Huang sin? Orders Poppies
Destroyed in South China.
Amoy. Chlna, Nov. |fl_?-Opiuin growmg
has heen iwflllinfld so lllaiMl-fllj tn IM
Tungau distrlct of tiie Province of Fu
kien BtnOfl tbe revolutlon that QflflN
Huang-slng, the eommander flf the South?
ern army, bM orAared a nllttary nmdl
tlon to proceed there and destroy all tl.o
MUNICH HONORS AMERICAN.
Munleh, iiav.iria. Nov. if. Balley
Wiiiib, the geoiogi&t. of Waabington, waa
elected to-daji correaoondlng member of
the Acadcmy of Briencefl here.
STOVER TO STOP COASTING
There will be no coastlng on "Mllllin
air? Hill" In Central Park this wlnter.
i'ark t'ominlssloiier Stover said yesterday
that the hiil, which ia popularly known aa
"Mllllonaire i 1111" beeause so many of the
children of thfl opulanl have coasted down
it In years past. will be converttd into a
ptne-ereat-d flflalnenca ?
The hlll is on the F'ifth avenue slde of
the park, nrar 68th atreet. Aus'tlan
DbMfl are now being planted there, and
to make sure there will bc: no coasilng
the I'.irk C_mm_BB_nar ls having tho
eteep hillsides picntifulli- apriukled with
. thlnk lt Ifl the most conapicflous hlll
in thfl ;>aik," said thfl Commissioner. "and
lt should be nlso one of the most beauti?
ful. Coastlng there in recent years bM
worn off all tho graaa It Is such a st, .,,
hill. any way. that there is much danger
to coasters, as well as to -pectatora,"