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BJffl ACTS QUICKLY
Mexican President Warned to
Deal Fairlv with the Im
MAY MEAN INTERFERENCE
American Message the First in
Which Anything Has Been
Said Relative to Treat
ment of Mexicans.
fl ? Trilune H ireau l
ertBhlnatOl Nelson o'Shaugh
, ?! Chargd d'Affatraa In
. the Huerta
? aovernment of the
: vlew with arava dio
? that might COBM tO
of i Mexican Congreaa
T,ho ha- ' "J H? hB8 be.-n
<(, ,? ,. Uexlcau Minister ,,f
n putiea ara aot
I, . and will not bt Tha m<
f the 81 ??? Dppartment,
O a warnlng
repcal a dolaga as
ro and \'ke
Ina lt will be n? ? eaaa J
? .i'-.i-1| ? ne
? ?- ? it th< ire only
egatv-foui Deputli the |w nltentlary
_. \|. xi i ??.. How lona Huerta w lll
kfep ihem there no one ln v\ uhlnarton
^;.,,w it is consldered poaaible
tiidt Ihe; will BtBJ In jail until after
I. ea tr, thi Btati De|
degri ' W llaoa
taid t" lo-day thal
,,,. hou ? lonatltutlonal election could l,e
hdd Tl ' bai - ' for a
uata from ni xt Bunda) lf it ls hed the
% Huerl - .?! . ?
-. thfl Immediate reeoamltlon of the
Btatea ln his preaent frame of
n,lnd Pr. son ?rlll BOt ba likely
even lo ? onalder reeoanlalna an exeeutive
Baaan under such cireumatancea if he
does aot thi iltuatlon arlll be back where
| V.A- OV tha ago. and with the on'.y
hope af a settlement lying ln a eomplete
Bk88rj of tho revolutlonlata and the es
tablishn.ent of an entirely new reglme
thro'JKh force of arms.
TH>- 01 I) a.ternatlve of this would seem
to be condltlona growing so bad as to
nacessitato Amerlcan lntervention.
Question of Army'i Loyalty.
? here conetder that perhaps the
- a porteni faature of tho situation
enl is tbe loyalty of Huerta's
jrniy lf h'.s so'.dlern remain loyal he has
? ? o* retalnIng control of certain
BKUona. It ls believed. however, that
ta-ent events ln Mexico .'Hv will be selzed
,;v>n :?>? his i>clltl<al opponents. and that
?w:e arlll be defeotlons which will weaken
? on. This mieht enable the revo
ta to win through force of arms.
j m doubtful lf the rebels can win
BBjaa Huerta is weakened in some ma
t?rlal way, At the same time, the Fed
tia! foroes are not likely to make much
headiray. if for no other reaaon than
lack of fun/ls. Where Huerta has pro
r-red his money ao far Is a matter of
?order in Washlngton.
Another important feature of the alt
uatlon ls the extent to whlch President
Wllaon intends to go ln hlfl lnslstenoe
_8t Huerta shall refraln from barbarous
tactlcs. His warnlng that no harm ahould
?me to the DeputleB Is by far the long
wt atep toward actual Interference in
unlco'a affalrs that the Prealdent hafl
Aken. Plenty of warnlnrs have been
atnt to tbe Amerlcan Embassy that
Amerlcan citlzena must be protected, but
thla Ib the flrst time anything haa been
BaM about treatment to be accorded tn
Tha President Is ln far better positlon,
with Amerlcana pretty well eleared out
vt Mfxlco, to take a flrm Btand than
b? waa before tbe general eaodua. State
Ixpfcrtment offlcials eBtlmate that there
ire now about 3,000 Amerlcans ln Mexico.
Thera were onc.j conaiderably more than
?0.800. In deallng with the Huerta gov
?n_ent the adminlstration has always
been compelled to keep tn mind the pres
?M of large numbera of Amerirans ln
laoltted places where an outburst of an
tl-Americanls-n might easlly cost Amer?
lcan livfs. N'r.w the situation is dlffer
Bg ar.d the Preslde'it unquestlonably har
? treer hand.
laaator Bacon, chalnnaa or the ?enat*
Omimittee r,n Foreign Keiations. called
*t th? Whltfl Houae to-day and dlscussed
?BlMealeaa BttOaUea with the President.
H* aald that bfl did not see how there]
wuld be a constitutional election ln
kexlco. b it added that he spoke his own
opinion. and was not talklng for the
Pfmdent. The President. however. ex
freaaed flomewhal slmilar vlews
Thinka Election a Farce.
i lo nol see how thera can be a i-on
kkational election in Mexico." Benatei
"?con aald, "ln vlew ?>f tho action of
Gtneral Huerta In arresting members of
,'vlng that bodv. 1 do
8o' ?ee how ;t would bfl poaalbla to hold
1 'ree and untrammelted eapraaalan af
w!M and deslre when no man
?8?1 d,-,re mak'' issue arlth Ueneral
H??rta. The election will simply ba a
'*** that will not command respeet."
Hu*rta has lost, in the oplnlon of of
nd*1? here, Bn opportunlty to pet out of
'^ ttabrogllo v.ith much grace, unless
h* *as forced to dleeolve Congreaa as a
"?tter of aelf-proteetlon and preservation
Jahh Bovernmenl n haa baaa apparent
k*r* th?t thla .ol.oirJstiation was qulte
'"ty t', -.,. ognlxe the aovernment aal up
haaarlng th< , . tjoni 0f october M,
?BBa would aaaure Ihe Buccesi of that
*overnm.i,i. ,., a|] probablllty, and then
"u*rta could have ratlred with honor In
,h? '><?? oi hla i o mtrj men Bul as things
'* "fl ? gnltion of any gaearnaaenl
"?ahaj bui ol the proposed electkma ls
" a bn 8Bii te Conarreea several
**??? a?;o Huerta sp.?k, ot the undeelred
?^*?*n', ,,f Amerlcan aarahlpa la Mest*
? n *atf-rs. and sai<l that tho perniis- ion
UntH them tn be ther, exptred on OctO
-'? and pjinted that this pai mission
0ui<l not t,. extended a is evldently the
ottntiori of the Unlted Htateg not to pay
*? ?hehteet heed tc this hlnt, ano on
^',,,|>'.i 2:. f,jU, tj^ttifshipH oi tho Atlantle
? will be sent to Veia ClilB lu take
* Placa of th, four which have been
*?** f'.t aeveral montha. This. lt is
?"^d. i* inerely routlne, and is not a
** "f any p|an to la, rense the Amerl
"avai for.es ln Mexican wnters. If
-v. v/in n_.pl..
f tJiLPT, 2nd
the four addltlonal battleahlpa are needed,
however, thi wlll remaln, w-iti. the four
1...-A ben long ;.s may be neceeeary
Germany*fl dedalon to dtapatch n war*
ship to Ifexlcaa aatera attracted wlde
attention to-nlght No inttmatlon had
been received here c,f Qertnany_ tatentlon
and President Wilaon waa Infanned only
bj i r.-ss dlapatchea of the a.-tion
No formal commenl waa made on the
taddeht, but ll was apparenl thal tl fl
Waahlngton tovernmenl - 11 ol dto*
pleased The sendlnp cf a German WBT
ship ls in llne with the policy .-f Othei
Kuropean flovernmenta which hava had
vesseit, erulstng off th- Mexlcan coasts
from tlme to tlme durlng critlral no*
ments of Mexico's internal strlfe
Germany'a Action Significant.
Signiflcan.e was attached to the actlon
by offlcial Washinpton. bowever, beCBUBfl
it was BCCepted as Indicating that Kuro?
pean powers which had prevlo is y ra -
ognlred the Hoertfl government ;?
which were Ccrmany and Ureat Blitaln
?now saw evide n<--s ,,f Huerta's inabllity
to conipose the situation
Iaatest advlcea to WaahlBgton BTfl thnt
the P.rltlsh government ls deeplp flOB-j
cerned over Its recognitlon of Huerta, and
lt ls even rellably declnred that K r
Oeorge and Queen Mary have taken a
personal interest in the attuatlon, with a
xlew to meanires that would support the
policy of the l'nited State*. It Is re?
ported that Orcat Pritaln is prerarcd at
the flrst opportunity to repudlate the rer
ognltlon. and that failure of ti.e Huerta
governme-nt to hold a constitutional elec?
tlon on October .S probably would be held
as sufflcient cause offlcia's here recall
the Hritlsh government'a recenl BtatemeBt
that recog-iltlon of Huerta xvas "pro
vlslonal. pendlng an electlon."
Another subject OOCUpylBg the attention
of department offlcln'.s ls the yellow fever
epldemic in I'nrmena and Campechfl.
Amerlcar. warships usually Itfl a few
miles off th" coast and are not in danger
but refuge?. aho are being eonetantly
pu-ked up, aill be oarefully exflmtaed
More Otro wlll be taken by the navy flOO*
tors ln grantlng shore Wxe to Amerlcan
Surgeon Oeneral Plue. of the puhi'.c
health nnd marine hospltal service, ls ln
c'.ose touch with the situation, and is ad*
vlslng that all precautions be taken.
HUERTA ASSUMES ALL
Action Regarded as Necessary
After His Coup, but Treatment
of Deputies as Grim Joke.
[By Cable to Tha Trlbaae i
.Mexico <itv, oct. 11?Thfl aeeumptloa bv
President Huerta of leglslatice poweis In
all matters . onne. ted wlth tbfl depflrt*
n.ents ol thfl lnt< rlor. flUBnCfl and war i
regarded her? aa a bb.bbbbi. eei-llai. ol
hta dissoiution of Congreaa as h<- could
not eoaduel tbfl governmenl without such
powers On thfl "'her hand. his dOCI-B
deprlvlBg m.-rnbers of Congrflae ol their
Immunlttafl after they had been eonftaed
Boreaty-two hours in the chiiiy oelta c*1
the penlteatlary is regarded aa a grlia
It is rurnored that some of the lm
prlaoaed Deputies may be transfernd to
Guadalajara to atand trial for alleged
c c.n.i.iiciiv in cOnaplraelea oaearthed la
that clty. Huerta, however. baa fllvetl
his peraonal aaaarancflfl to tha Amerlcaa
Cbargd d'Affalres. Mr. O'Shaughnessy.
ti.ai thfl prisoners' llves si.aii bfl reepa ted
and that they flBBll be tried bv the ,-lvll
Humors ar>- ifloat here that thfl impor?
tant port Of Mazatian, in the State of
Hlnaloa. has been taken by thfl 1*04 lfl
The court maitiai af General Mungula
for thfl .vacuation of TorreOfl began this
morning. The evld.-nce tal.-i flhOWfl, 8
alnady telegraphed to The Tribune, thfl!
th. pl;,'-- "as defended as long as pos?
sible, The garrlson was demnrallzed I, ?
,,,,. ?efcat and death ol Oeneral Alvirez.
The stat, in.i.l bf Minlster Mol.-no that
Petla i?iaz would act wis-iy In not re
tUtnlng ta Mexlco Just now and thus
BBVlni hims.-lf from IgBOBllnlOUfl rout ..'
th<- poii.s reflecta populai Bentlmenl foi
never were Dla_ nonds lovx.r that. no
Tbfl Mexi, an pOOPta ??' b_B- r.ali/.e that
th,- mllitaix uprlsing of last iYLiua;
has beea prodoollvfl of unmhted evll that
there ls not a slngle feature of tl,.- situa
Uon that li ? m pai il I w. rae than
under .M. dere and that all Ih
foi th, wora wai mai d b) the revolu
Uon h< aded i>v Dlaa and M? ? draaon
The domeatii I Ib won
ui di r Madero no atate i aplta o
oth? i Impoi tant clt) wa o i ? i ??%
rebeia The Internationai >?"? ?
woree, becauBc fcladero waa re oanta.
tt.. i nlted Btatea. and, e hl ?? uptv
! Mexican Interest
of frlendflhlp with the foreicn | ?
I .rs. Thi Bnan ...
Madero'fl fovernmenl had good credit
abroad and malntali ed thi parit] of ex
? change rate to the
For all tbin Keiix Dlaa Ifl '"ii prirnar
lly reeijonsiblfl ??? lha gr< al n i lorltj of
i Two of tbe candldatea for tha ofllce or
! Preeidenf ol Mexico r- derleo Oan i
, repreaentlng the i 'al i '?' in
II 'alero, the Bomlaea of thi
lio-daj and alaeuaaed the recenl deveiop
1 menta In the situation. They agn ?
! pro leed arlth thelr an | algn, and te
Mriaa t h? ir followera to aupport .'.ft-! I
| ei<-, Uonfl whlchever of them wa
[ ful at the polla I
She Will Station a Warship in
Berlln, Oei 11?The Forelgn Ofllce
reached lha imnclueion thla evenlng thal
the situation in Mexico l BUCh as to
. BBltatfl the pri aen. ? of ? l lerman
I ararahlp In Mexican a
' Tho crulaer Hertha, now uaed aa ?'
ilahlp, probablj will be ??
t >? moel avallable reaai i foi di 1} alon l
the aaati rn i oael oi M< alco Bhe I ci *
Ing ln N'-w England ?
a , rulaer from Burope hardl;
, ho-> n for this work. b the German
aquadrona bave been di pli ted bj Ihe
wlthdrawal of four ci for aervl ??
ln the Medlterranean, owlng to Ihe r
cent boetllltlea in the Balkana
200 MEXICANS DEPORTED
Refugees Who Crossed Border
Sent Back by United States.
Eaglc Paaa, Tax . Oct U Holdlng that
they were likely to become publlc i hargea
and, therefore, undeslrable, Unlted Bl
Immlgratien offteiala to-day forced ??
hundred refugeea who croaaed to Ea k
Paaa when Mexi.an government troopa
?. upied Piedrai Negraa laat week, te re?
turn tr, Mexlee
Tn,- refugaea proteated rlgon
Bgalnal n roaalag the Internationai boun
dary, expreaeina fear for thoir iu,
long as Pledraa Negraa remalned under
federal control Oeneral Maaa, tha gov
ernmenl commander, however. had glven
BBBuranefl thal they would aot be .?
STEFANSSON TOO LATE
Now in Quest of Newly Discov
ered Arctic Continent.
[By TH?-*rai>h le Thfl Trlbuaa i
. atawa, ?'i,i . Oi ' U Tha Canadian
forernment la deepl) Intereeted In the
announeement of the dlacovery af a "near
continent" north ,,f Blberta bj tha Rua
Bian polar expedltlon.
Ti,,- DomlnioB a fea montha age appro
prlsted 178.888 to aeeial Vlthjalmar Bte
faneeon, tbe Canadian-bon) explorer, who
starte.i aeveral weeka ago on an expedl
Hoi havlng for ita object the dlacovery
of thla bltherto unknown land.
Btefanaaon is now oui of reach af arlra
leaa communicatiOB, aad la not expected
t,, r< t ii n for two or three yeara
THREE FISHERS WENT SAILING
Not Seen Since They Started for
Sandy Hook Sunday.
I Three Jerae) CitJ men, who started oul
' Bunday te fieh ln the motor boat Royai,
from Danforth avenue. Newark Bay. are
mtaelnp. The pollofl aere aeked aaterday
?? to aend oul a aflmeral bIbi bj for them,
Th,- men, < hristopher Quemphei. of Nu.
'. 8M r>-11 n av. nue, T. ''. flupleton, of Ka
il p/aahl um Btrei t. and Raj \ an AiV
dale, ol No. _? Jerae) avenue, aald the)
J intended to nak ofl Bandy Hook. They
'prorntoed i<> return thal alght, and bellef
growfl that lha) were drowned.
Russian Atlmiralty Officially In
formccl of Arctic Discovery.
EXPLORERS SEE GREEN SUIM
Nordenskjold. N.nn. en and Baron
Toll Passod Close to New
Land Without Secing It.
St Petersbura I ' '"onflrmatlon of
I nen land i llw -vrctie
tba i. ai Id*
mlrall ? I " wlretaaa r*
,.,,, t froi r Wllkltak;. of the
11 . ? na v j
Th- ? ? ?? i nar
of Cape Chelluakli bi oa n as
Kortheasl Capa thfl northerB termtaa*
tlon of t , Aalatlc Contlnent, to vi B<
? ? ?
Tbe Ai - ' I thfl
t ? Talmj r and Watgal -h l? ft
Vladlvosl rd thfl
? from Ko ] ms to - ape i hellui hln.
Commander Wllkttsky ta ? son of thfl
bydrographer a ha dli d u
He wanted to i;o weal to th? Blvei v. a*
sei to a inter, bul mi t wll and
on thta ?'.?. i ta a n< itherly
. ... be dla oven d l?nd ea*
i. ndlng for two hund
ti,.. , tpedltlon wai Ihei ed by
the 1- ?? to retui n toward the < _ hen
Ing ii- nn, it Iflland, ln latltudi I
north, loi ittudi eaat, thi found
tha dlatiei >nd tot imenti of lhe expedl*
tion under Baron Toll whlcb waa loel
in 1108, The) also dtacovered a n.-w lal*
The -xi-dltlona iiader Baron Nocdenak*
joid. Kndtjof Kanaen aad Baron Toll
[,., aed betweea 'ape chellaakla nnd the
aewl) dlscovered land aithoui BOtlctag
n- i i> ?
The .ii*-. ovi 11 of ti.,- ni a land la re
pit. _ ai i ..? Ibi tbfl moal Importaal
i?.n, ing on :- - ? ondltkHU ln the Kara
Bl m,. h ,. i. Alaaka Ocl ' irther
. ? i ,,t ibe Ruaalan i ";-': sxp dition,
which I...- lual n ai bed Bt Mlchiu i.
brlnslni news of tba dlacoverj of a largfl
Island "i a eontlaenl north ol Blberle.
,,...,. .r|vi n OUl to-.lax b) I.i.-i.t' IU.nl Com*
mander (Vilkltxly He aaid be auc seded
lo th? eommand af the expedltlflfli after
Oeneral Bergleg aaa fltrickflfl alth apo*
plexy it. Berlnfl Be? General Berglett
returned from Pkrrer Ba] aa the Russian
Tha flhlpfl broughl baeh ? remarkablfl
collection of polar martafl anlmal llfa
marlne plants found aboul the nea land,
BBd whleh aie ml. io-.-opi.il, and ? largfl
geoiofltc colli ? tlon Mlcbolafl II Land,
a- tbfl ii-w tracl aaa named, wba dba*
covered A igusl D, and poaaeaaton taken
Augual -"-'. RusfllaB cataBdar. Tb? itus
elan eolois noa ai.- Bjrlng ln latit.ide mi.
longltuda I-" sai t
Th.- flblpa altaeaaed ? splendld oecur*
,,,,,-, rare In ti.e ,\rcti" the pbenomenofl
of a greefl sun. lasllng nli.ety flflCOBdfl
e:n h tln.e at flUnflel .lulv .".-> BBd S-ptember
,; Ti,,- spectawta aafl aketehed in eolorfl
b I... ut.n-,1-t i-oiM-n. chief englneer,
-ih. veewela bave a barearaph raeord ->r
thfl Berlm bea atorm aad pbotogrflpha
?bowlBfl the flxtremfl IndlBatlofl <??* lha
veiaelfl durlng Ihe atorm, with mountata*
o is Baaa apparently abofll to averwhelm
Doubts the Existence of New
Continent North of Asia.
Juneau, Alaaka, I n t. U - i !aptata l itto
BVI-i-drup. who was ma-t-l flf the I'lam
Ofl Nflnaan - pohu axpadltloB ln b_B, ba*
UOVflfl the exist.-i.ee ot ? BOW cont.n.iit
noith oi As.a is Impoaalbta.
"Ntuiaen drlfted over lh? area, aad
rouad nothlng bat' aater." said Captaln
Sxei.ii ip. who nou k al Um h?ad <u H
whallng .omiaiix operfltlna ln the North
Padfle "Whlle ii i- poefltbta tbfl Ruaalan
flxptorarfl found a iraall laland ... two,
aaya Eteaalva lanOa aaald bflvi i-1
knoa n long ago.''
IIBD, IN WILD GALE,
Makes 60-MHe Circuit of Man?
hattan Island in Less than
BIPLANE IS VICTORIOUS
r'iver Covcr Course, Despite
Northwestor Blowing 43 Miles
?Thouscnds Watch from
Street or Roof.
Willlam f5 Lueki ? . of Ifanl tttan, aroB
? ?? Ifaratl >n ? ? rda) u the
most dramatlc mW i le wltneaaed
bj v ?"?? fork. Thta gvlator, wim had
never been in a i.-i?.-. bored hla way
around the laland through ? forty-three
mlle northweater ln aboul tift- -three mln
Drlvlng hla lOO-horaepower blplana with
t;." aklll ol i IV.h reteran, he overtook
i ? ? .,-,i monoplanea ba if thej wera
I ? op; gale that Ur-;?t
flyera ou earth two yeara ago waa mao
tered with a nneneaa trmi commanded
Imln Uon of thouBai da Bcarcely
li s^ ?? a- the abtlit) of h " en ?
,?? ?,. ted
i. ? thoui ind ? ? ? 'ie? .i.i t and flnlata
at i lakwo. i Bea. I ilai ?> Tena
of thi ii ind on r. and ln thi cltj/a
.-t, i- uni't.-n the ba'ti, with the wlnd.
Wuter crafl on the ba) and all the rlvei
heioa the racera aati ted thi eertal
rhnrloteera with Khrieklna. airena Prla?
onera on Blackweira island and demented
onea on *Vard'fl laland Benl up a shout I
t, thi speckfl In 'he w> I ?; panorame
... .. :. iky
?, ne pl i aeroplane that roee from :
Oakwood al ock to "feel ' the an-, !
r md dtpi ? ?! "i"' -'r ? tat >rs j
held tb ilr hat- and ahook thelr hee la
rt -,?? in. ,i thal no i raft could live in tl fl
? . ? .1 R Hall, m the wah- ;
bl n;- monoi lane, toaaed overboard an ,
,\,,,.. ? ?? and it unfurled and -? ?
t;. ,i t., earth like an ??men of v< tory,
ti. Blue Bird m..r. . a Ik aled
ind i Murvln W.i.
of Ne v fork-to-Waahlngton fame, vault
.,; into the co? kplt The motor pum d,
and on the hour he went Into the air ard
Btralght kfl an arroa climbed to '-'"?' feel
r,, i minute and a haif after WTood
atarted. Ollpatrlch got a-.-., In ? Mola
;i?t ? and the i rowd wat* hed
breathl. i ? hla maehlne was arafted
,, .i of tl ? tralg.?' -?? taki n b) w.L
ii,. M ,- quarterlng r> -r Bouth Brooklyn
i,i... .. ful a hi n .mi aagr) rear brought
Starta Like a Meteor.
it wa- i.o key niakinu re id) Hlfl ??
I . power Curtlaa motor was roasing d< -
ind ir, nrtv aaeondfl tb.- Mg, black
detnoa :? iped awa) irr the wak.- <<t \v,?,i.
His Bight was Bieteorlike, bul it was rirn
mora rapld thaa Um apa I itora realtsad.
w.,,.,1. Baarfnaj the i" igea looked back.
Ha aaw- the hlgh-powered blplan? elea
1-k on him with ?'< Bwlftneea ihai mada
him a.?^. after laadlng "i aaw him com
ln* like tho devll, and kn.-w 1 was
LU?key, I Mlled to the marrow, afler the
ra, ?? aald: "1 eaughl botn BMaaoplanea
and passed them before thev reached the
Btyi I'n i^' "
Aral th- wonderful part of his perform
M WBfl that ha haB OBly eno flnirer
on hla lefl band and plloted his 'plane
with one hand while be sat expos.,,1 to
the I- v blaat, arlth no proteettag <-o'kplt,
like that behlnd whleh Wood and OH'
i atrlc a ere i hieldod.
i; w..? ;, fleld da) for th? "mud hdVae"
I hat!.- K Nllos, fourth to
?jtri away, overhauled WTood and Ollpat
.:. - BBove Waehlng
,,,. Brfdg . on tha Harlem bul rfne'a M?
horae power maehlne could not catch
1,'i.key's bu- i lane
p/aahtngton Bridge *-rb tho obateete of
tie raee II banked th? riotous nor*
?er ar.d Benl an i.erta! ge> ser up two
?and feet. Even Luckey*fl powerful
?.. could hardly < ro* this barrler.
aii climbed Mee f< ai b* fore they co ;i I
? ? rertlcal wall of nlr.
One of tbe monoplanea earrled aal of
it.? ,-oure*. appeared Btruggllng above tho
Mercei atreet pollce atatton, and for a
time Lleutenant Plnn was uneaatly pre
parlng for a dlaaatroufl fall tato the clty.
i; ;r tho alrnian mastered tho wind BBd
worked hta way back toward the rlver.
Hudaon Was the Homeatrtch.
Tb? ii aeofl was the bemeatreteh. Over
tho broarl rhor. sw.pt hy an aerlal ?' ir
rent that travelled fortythrae mllea an
hour. Lucke) Came toward tiie bay at a
tpted 'rf more than a hundred mi>" a"
hour. Eyea tl al bad been watching the
"ambulance airboat, in whlck Wllllam
Thaw and Btephen McOordon were patroi
llng tb,- waterfl of lha ba) to offer tir-t
,,!?! turned t" the ajrowlng ap*. k In the
north The ?? a* ut areee thal II was a
Telephone calU from obeervera oa tla'
,;, i civ. r. the Harlem and upper Unri
? nr, had r ??!" r t> i thal Mptatiefl were lead
inK tbe on, but the report was
ni, ie,lii,l. Bul fleld el.tvses made out
1 Luckey. He araa aeen to dlp, beglnning
a long rolplane of n",re than two mlle*
in a minutfl tb" roar of bia anglne was
beard. and BWeeplBg BCTOB8 the Une fast.-r
than aay eapreaa train Luckey had won
ii?- aerlal Derb) an.i a prixe of 11.088 of
,..,, d by "The Tlmea " Itlffened t ?? the
bom. .?? "as haii dragi. balt earrled
,,, abelter, where Mis Lucke) met hlm
??How hlnh dld yOU gO?" she asked.
??oh. about :o?v chattered th.- winner
Everybody congratulated the Manbat*
taaltfl over bifl Hist race Mles OB88M lirrme
two nilniites later. and WOO tho scmirl
prhw of ITH, Wood araa third, and won
y.,, , Quy Oilpatrick, fourth. and An
tbon: Janua of st. Loula oth.-r atartera
recelved generoua ovatlona for atlcklng
lo theti ta?k when it was hopaleaa
Ihe , lapaod time of ea, li llyer, coverlnK
,i couraa thal viurled from flfty to sixty
miles, was: laickey, .',-' minutes || ?m -
onds, Ntlea, "ri aalnutea ?"..'> aaeooda; Wood,
H mlnutea Ul aaeenda; Ollpatrlek, U B_n
iitea BS-i aeeondei Janua, 7:i minutes 5"
Experte, taklafl tho weather into con
?tderatlon, eapecially th? puffy nature of
the Wind, aclalm the fe.it by far the
Ki.ate-i performance ln Amerlcan avia?
tion. It araa a WOlthy connnemoratlun of
the pioneer Bighta of tha W rlKhts, and
Um Derby ia likely to beeoBsa the blue
rlbbOB eveat ln Amerlcan aeroplane i.o
FIGHT TO CLEAR CAMPUS
Underclassraen Tussle to Save
Lawn During Aeroplane Flights.
The freahmen aad mphoniorea not Into
, iivel) mlx-up yeaterday on me campua
p| New York L'nlverfllty, at Unlvemity
Helghta. durlng the aeroplane flighta np
the Harlem Kiver. Durtnfl tbe bght the
guardlan of the peace wbo sopposedly
anenda his tlme ln quletlng reoalcltrant
college men had bls helmet dented ln and
Ms unlform torn. The mui-h rumpled
speclal offlcer eucceeded. however. ln ar
restlng the rlngleaders and taklng them
before the dfan of tbe college and the
faculty. The affair arose out of the ap
pearance on the campus of about three
thouaand vlsitors. who seiectod the lawn
back of the Hall of Fame as a vantagt
po.nt from whlih to view the aeroplane
There ia a college student rule which
prohlbits the freshmen from walklng on
tbe green-wnrd. and the aophomores xiere
OUl xesterdav "afternoon to see that no
frethman vlolated this rule. The fresh?
men arrlved on the campus en masse and
refUflfld to move off the green when com
Blflfldfld to do so by the second year men.
Tiiis Irought on many hanu-to-hand eon
BlCta and soon th>- members of both
classes xxrre rolling around on the gra*_.
Tllfl flPflCtatOTfl made room for the com
batants and the avlators were soon for
gutten it aaa al thla r.-.int thal the
Bpedal ofncei attempted t<, aeaaratfl the
FEAR BLOW AT POOLS
ment Stirs Berlin Bourse.
11.\ cable ta Tha Trl i
ln, o.t IS.?The German markets
*erfl taken completely bj Burprtae to*
day by an announceraenl thal the
Hamburg-Amerli an Llne Intenda to ln*
. ,i - capltal tl,S00,000. The an
nouncemenl cauaed general depreaalon
on the; Bourae, an.i was most unfavnr
The oflti lal explanation Bpeaka of the
neceaalty -,t a greatly Increaoed fleet
of frelghtera, ln view of thfl openlng of
the Panama Canal and <-f thfl estabttah*
ment e.i an Orlental iin<
lt ta belleved, however, that the in
trcaae ta due to ?- dlapute with the
North Oennan Lloyd and to break up
ihe Xorth Atlantic poola
GERMAN AVIATOR KILLED
Two Other Army Airmen In
jured by Fall.
Berlin, ?.,-t 1:: Ueutenanl Koemg. a
milltary avtator, fell and w.-,s killed to
daj at tbfl NTouendorf aerodrome. near
Berlin. Thfl wIiik-; of his machine co!
lapaed al an altltuda of _no f.-.-t.
latautenanta s.n.n and Bohnatedt whlle
making an aeroplane fllght between Ber
lln and BtUttga.I1 to-day, f.-U ar.d were
badly Injurad a audden iuat af niod
capfltafld tbe- machine.
The death of I.leutenanf K-.enlg is the
Mth In the history of aviation and the
lltth Sln e January 1.
DR. DIESEL'S BODY FOUND
Boatman Loses It After Secur
Amst.-rdani, Oct 13 -A !?>l.v, evidenfly
thfll Of Dr. BudOlf Dlese], the Oerman
motor Inventor, was plcked up in tne
mout'i of thfl BcbeMt Ofl Saturday by a
boatman, who. aft.-r rernoxing the valua
Mafl, was forced to throw lt overboard
again, owlng to aaeauaterlBg heavy
Tbe objeeta found and thfl dotblng were
Identltled to-day by a ?ori of Dr Dlesei
as b.-l-'tialng tO hla father.
Dr. Dleael myflterlouBty ill?ppmiflfl
from tl;-- Oiiannel ste-amer Dreselen
xxhlch lefl Anfwerp for Harwi.-h Ofl Sep?
tember z>. Hta abaeacfl was dlaeevared
thfl following day when the boat reachert
Harwlch. l>r Dtaeel'fl bunk bad n..t been
OCCUDled, thOUgh his nlght clothing was
carefully laid OUl ln his stateroom. His
frleuda belleved thal ba bad faiien over
board. He was on his way to London tO
attend thfl anrrial meetlnc of the TUesel
Motor Company, and was acoonipatii.-u
bv Her- Chrelfl, a director In the com
Dr. D'esei aaa born in Parta, ln UM Bfl
xvas adacated ln Parta, at Augaberfl and
at thfl PolycUnle College, Munloh, where
he dtoplayed an latenaa tatereet la ther
modynamlca Whlta atteadlng ? Wture
on his favorltfl flubjecl he concelved tne
Idea of employtafl the laternal combua*
tion m.-tho.i which became the basts of
his oll-burnlng engine, which ls used on
?ubmarlBflfl ln nearly flverp aavp in me
After several years in Switzerland. Pr.
IMesel went to l'urls as a .-onsultlng flB
fltneer. He began experlmenta with rds
engine as early Bfl BB_, b-it did not siic
,,. d In perfecttag lt until IM
Dr. I'l-sel paid a vislt to this country
in tha aprtag of Wt, tat dellvered aa ad*
draaa befota thfl AflBflrteaB Bodety of Me*
? bI Baglfleera ob the use of oll as
fuel. Ahout tiftv -ar reflflfllfl flf large
tonnage, flfl aell i,s ? *raat "lin,l"'r ?r
imaller eommerclal and ptaeaure craft,
Bro n,,w ustafl tba Dleael eaglBe for mo*
Uv? power. BpeaklBg of his engtna wWl?
bera 1? dlesei said: "This engine has
broken the BMBOBOly of eoal and baa
sdved the problem of the use of liquld
fuel ln Us BtflBptaat and most economlcal
DEAF TO MENOCAL CALL
Efforts to Convoke Cuban Con
gress Fail Again.
Havana, o.t 11 r.fforts ta eoavoka
Congreas, la reaaaneB to th- PreetdeBtlal
in.i f?r an flxtraordlaarp Beaatoe, aera
aKaln fotllfl to-aaX Only twenty-slx
reOre-eatattvea taBponded. nnd they arara
all adherentfl flf I'resMent Menocal. The
I Iberalfl refOBfld '? attend the session.
Mfrcdo Zayaa, tho Uberal leader, declar*
iBg that his partv was unalterably op
,?, ,.,' f., the I lOpoefld new loan
.\,.,' arently now there I- no possihilitx
of eonvoklng an extra flflflfllon. to whleh
-,tt chea greal lmportanee by reason of
the BtBtWnenl Of President Menocal that
If tile M'lestlons of a f .relgn l-a.t. the re
on-anizatioii of the artnv and other niat
t,Ts are not dfltarmtflfld m ?xtraordlnary
8..^lOI1 .'oiajn-ss will r,ot he able to give
;lM,.n,lon to them ?- th- reKular session.
Which onens November X
InabUlty to convoke .'or.gre-s indlcates
? s.rlous embarrassment to the admlnls
tratlon lhe most import.nt problem be?
inK whether tbe Praatfeal can negotiate
a loan wtthout CoBgraflfltaflal conasnt
DOMINICAN REVOLT ENDED
American Minister Largely Instru?
mental in Restoration of Peace.
Waflblagtoa, o.t. tf.-RevolutlootaU at
Sainanii. DomlalCBB Republic bBVfl lald
down th.n arms, endmg the latest up
rtslng POflOB ha- be.-n restoied, largely
through lhe efforts of the American Min?
PEOPLE IN K1EFF MURDEB
Witness Declares She Made thi
Charge Before Character of
Wounds Was Known.
EVIDENCE INVOLVES UNCLfl
Court Holds Sittings at Oavfj
Where Alleged Kitual Mur
der Is Said to Have
Kleff. Rusflia. Oet 13.?The errOre eouf|
er.Raeed In the trla! of Mendel Belliss foi
the murder of the boy Andrew Yushlnakyi
in 1510 was transferred temporarlljr to*
day to the oave ln whlch the hoy'a bodp
was found. Jndrea, Jury and counsel werfl]
driven in earriages to the brlck worka
wh?ro Relllsa had heen employed and la
the vlclnlty of whlch the body waa diM
The flrst witness was Dobjancaky, 81
pubtlcan, who testlfled that he had heard
Yushinsky'B aint. Natalie. who haa Blnee
dier) from tuberoulosls, aay: "His own
people kllk-d hlm." /
This reniark. accordlng to the wJtnesflB
was made hoforo the arrlval of the aua
thoriths at the eave and before the charW
acter of the wounds on t_e bojr*s bodyl
had been ascorralned.
I?obJancsky added that YuHblnsky*a
uncle, Theodor N'eJInsky, had vlelted aj
< af* on Aprll 1. ten days after the crlmea
v. hen he aeemed exclted. and hla overel
coal was aplashed with clay. >
A boy gave evldenee that be had]
bruBhad and cleaned Nejlnaky'a coat atf
that day. j
Another wltneBB, Yaatchenko, a stovaj
maker, told the court an extraordinary;
story of how, on March Z'\ 1910, he aaw*
near the dltch ln the vlclnitv of the cavaj
where the boy's body was found an un
known porson. wearlng blark trousers andJ
Bfl ovrrcoat and a whlte scarf. with blarlc
hair and mustache, walklng toward tha
Tho witness said that when he aub*
aequatltly learned of the murder he told*
his brother and pome friends about tho
Mrangor, and some days later NeJInskyJ
who was then ln the hands of the pollo,j
oame to see him, nnd said he was belngj
perseeuted. 'When Yastchenko deecrlbe_
tho stranger to Nejin.-ky the latter aatdr*
"Yea that'a haM
Twlco afterward fh? witnees waa coiw
fronted by Yushlnsky's Btepfather. Lukei
I'ridhlko, clothed ln much tbe Bame gar
Btenta as the strancer had been andJ
mada op bv a hatrdresser at the pollc*
Btatlon to reproduoo a? nearly aa posstbla
Ynstchenko's defcrlpt'.c.n of the atranger.
The witness, however. was unable t<3?
'.dentlfy Pridhlko, althouirh he said ha
resemb'^1 the mar, he had peen.
Plidhlko was bro-ight Into court to-da^
Wearing a baard, and the witnesa statel
that he rouid not ldetitifv him.
Prldhlko's wife. calbd to tho atand, said,1
)<- huabaad was bearded on March 2_
1910. but bad shaved f<?r tho prevlous con
The greater part of the afternoon wm
occupled visltlnj: all tha srenes having
cornoction with tho alh gfld murder. The
pro, ession IndUded tho whole ccirt,
judgea eounael and fury, a? well as the
;n->nor and Wltnooeea There wer<3
twenty-five oarr:as.es nnd motors, escort
erl hy mounted sendarnvs.
\- the Teheeertak bouae, at the briek
I works and at the cav- irfotmal slttlnse
of the court were held for the purpeaa
of verlfylnsr statetnents made -,,x tho ma.R
isterial examlnations. When the CBVe
was reached twittght was falling and
lampa wero needed. II was a gritn acene,
with armed pollce po.-ted all rOUfld.
15 BALL00NS STILL UP
American Entrant at Seaport
of British Ohannel.
Ronnes. I'rano-. Oet U the
elghteen spnericai batteona arhleh atarted
from Paris yesterda> in the ra fl for tlio
Jarnea Gordon Bettflett CUP Pas*. <i oier
here this evenlng. Beven paaaed ? i
Retierea tr, tho eoutbeaat, an,i threi over
l'ougcrcs. to the Rortheaal
Granville. Fran .. Oet 13. h_l| ? UP
sor.'s balloon, representing Oa :rl
states la the InbirnaUional ra, ?. paaaed
over here at 6 o'dock to-nlght Granville
is a seaport at the 1'oot of a promontOI
projecting Into the BngMfl- <"hannel.
.'hartros. Krance. Oct U. k_rll thla
morning the German balloon Kambtflrg
,!,scet;ded .'loso to th- njound near
Chateaudun. The pllot had begun to ask
bia whereaboits. when the Inhabitanta
i. eajalaing the nationattty ol tha aecu
panta aelaed 7* ropo hanging froni tho
basket and refused to allow tho balloon to
depaii UOtll tho arri\al of the poll. ? . The
aoronatits were then able to prOVO thal
they wore nierely . Mflpet ItOTB Ifl tlie bal?
loon race for the Jamea Gor.lon Henn.tt
CHINAMAN LEAPS OFF BOAT
Oriental in American Clothes
Drowns in North River.
While the ferryboat Bound BrooK, of
1 .- New Jersey Central line. was on Ua
WBg to the Ltberty street pler from Jer
mas city late yeaterday- a Cktaaaaaa
leaped from the upper deck Into tne
North Rlver and was drowned. The body
was not recovered
Accordlng to a man who said he waa
Anselt Sltlck. of No. 74* HudBon Btreet.
who was on the upper deck at the time.
the Chlnaman who Jumped. and anothet.
hoth dreeeed in iaairlnaa clothes. boarded
the boat at Jersey City and made several
t?rns about the upper deck, talking ear
neetly. . ...
During the excltement when he aaw tbe
MM ettmh the rall and Jump off. he forgot
about the other Chlnaman until the boat
had pulled into her allp at Uberty atreet.
He then hurrled down, but waa unable to
PROFESSOR COOLIDGE AT BERLIN
Borlln. O't i;;.-Professor Arehlbald
Cary Cootlda?a. of Harvard. arrlved here
to-day to take up his dutles as exchange
tliufaaaajf at the Cnlverslty of Berlln
during tlie next term.
DIES FROM AUTO HURT3.
Martin Mocheiis. a salesman, of No.
Ul West 136th street, whoae Bkult wau
fractured when an automobtle ln whlch
ho was riding early Sunday mornlng
skidded Into a trolley pole at Jerome
a'.enue and KOth Btreet. The Bronx. dled
at 9 o clock laat night at Fordh&m Hoe?