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TUESDAY, XOVEMBER D, L915.
Ill?l/'L' |i\'|,' / ? I,' VT ,n ' "* *' *"* Stow, Newark, ?.rae? ' it? end llnbekeat.
'? ! * V ''41' *? I . ?> I H?IHII1KI TMOIKNTt
KOCHAMBEA?, WITH 651
ABOARD, AFIRE AT SEA;
SIX BOMB MEN INDICTED
I ?per. with Blaze i
Bunker, May 1l<
Racing: to Malifax.
HAS WAR CARGO;
Ciptain'sWircless relis i
pi;*hl?Three .Ships Be
?nod Near .Scene.
vessel Ha*. Modern l.quipment
name?? Can Be Flooded and
(ompar\".; ;nl Sealed.
.. ithin .1'
. I put in
.v if the crew could not co
:' the rcper
ajjaj | .? . the hit? ?? m '
heard from the lUp. Amur
?he pa are about thin
in the captain's mo
??? Now Y"t
d it ifl est
?? i? ?1 abot
-, he should reac
morning at ?
which ?? ? ral telejTrap
late hour las
H-rrir,,* of th
fighting tire In No,
:r*a?rve ' '..inker. If Wt do nf
? it into Halifax. F.verj
right No ?laniror.
Ilni Heavy War (ar??ti.
"Bunker fires hr?? as unusual oeru:
? W. are not at a
limned, for th.? rsasrvs bunkers are
fomidtr. ? ? "m the holi:
with the I
cur. h? | h water anil ?teal
end tur**' there i
trart:?!W no ? BBSS fot th?. blaze t
"From ? ' "sition of th
boat there 're othe
. b?1 . b il Captai
Juham ha? ? el -t-nt out any S O !
???ti?'? i va know. 1 thoul.
which is hrni!"(
. . a crew of ZOO
'?** leca. The heavy cargo 0\
?ad irn i arious kindu
"??? ! barbed wir?
: '..,. only ?'X
fei h* could b?
?arned : catea o:
ttrtridi,'' ? hills anc
?g the othi-i
? all tmourii
??lb!? ;.. ?
Bom!? Bxplosisa Baaysetssl.
'" tkt i. -,. ?nform?
? attar <,!
??lay in mari
' m? cirel?
"'" ? r Hat
?'?'??r aviag N?'w
*rrk Bltl . - for th?- Alhe.1
??aa. ? >?l erlts
' bornh | ., ..,.re ,n her
bomba have sa*
?was. casting ei eat Bras. In other
r***< ?*??? a naata of a bomb
'? b**n fsoi ? . flkva to have
, ' ' BCtlvit if I .-i-nan
re inclined to
? . .is com
?ten?n t ' explained.
t.-Ve? ' ''''' (l?,?*n
aya the steamer
On...***' bound from New York .o
?WA,?0*" *'*?* " <***? of *?*?'?
? Z k , *t M- ""d Put ?nto Halifax
. . roaring fur
',.i7 ributed the tire
T?, 7 '""''"i ?n a beg of aturar.
Line, st 19
aa usual st ?'?
???n .. '" ' ? ?ors
i<,t!. ' ;.i?' b?b sa
.? built SI
H f*," ' 'lim and draws
U ?L}?'*' '??'I
Tkt.U?*0^1* ??? ?bin na.aenrrrs
was imf..rovemer,t.?i of wirelea?.
**wt*??w4 mm i>Me 4. ?.?luaaaia i
ALLIES' WAR SUPPLIES
AMONG SHIP'S CARGO
Partial list of ihr Km hamheau'?
carpo, which Included muni(i?ins
anil .enrral supplie? f??r the ?Hied
2.all casern of cartridges.
M rase? of machine gma and
l.ooo empty ?hells.
1 raM of cartridge rBBO
? .i-c? aeroplane part?
1 hnM'4 of automobiles.
7?2M rails of barbed ?ire. for
gaaslkls BOO in defensuc i-nianglc
1.011 bundle* of BtaaL
'.'O hundlna of sole leather, for
100 bale? of cotton waRte.
300 cases of brass and r?7>pper I
2:>1 flasks of quicksilver.
I rase? of bronze and copper
i?.', rase? ?.f Iron rings.
17 ease? of drill?, drilling ma?
chiner?., chuck?, and mechanic?'
IN PLOT TO SINK
Breitling, Fay and Associ?
ates Held by Federal
An indictment charnu.17 conspiracy to
v merchant ihipi carrying muni
? ? \4iv f..\jri(l yestcnlay
l.y the Federa! tirar.il Jury against six
Bllagod plotter;, who have been
rounded up hy the l'nito.1 Statafl au
thon'.ies within the last three I l ?
The men named in the ladictSISBtS
are Ma? Rreitur.g, secretary Bad treas?
urer of the Oil Well Device Develop?
ment Corporation, O? 11 Wal! Strer?.
ral cousin of F.dwar?l X. Hreilung,
a banker; Robert Fay, who said he ?iras
a German army officer, now m thp Oar?
man Secret Service; Dr. Herbert
Kienzle, said to be a wealth?- physi?
cian and engineer, of German birth,
living at 309 West Fightyvixth Street;
Edward Rronkhorst. a mining engineer;
Walter Scholz, brother-in-law of Fay,
who has been Implicated in Ksiv'?? Fla'??
? iricnts of ?xperimenting with hitrh cx
? ???; I'.'.iil I'arrhe, a'ins Daecha,
? man*/, hen for th.' .
parpo tigatlag report
cernina the manufacture of dm
for the AI
Ob on the two cor.'
th? indi.tm.At th? Uaitod State?
Crimirial Co.le provides a maximum
? i-e of twelve years' imprison?
ment and a fin* approximating ?io.ono
may be imposed.
< harge? in Indictment.
The indictment states that the six
defendants "on Aagos! 1 Bad continu?
ously thereafter down to and ladodlag
r ".'. did anticip?t?', .
h'nl wore BWars that at divers times
various rosseli boloagiag to :??
? ratioBi would be Bad eoB
to be engaged m for?
between the port of New York
ai.l "vinous foreign porti?, inn.
? .ir^nr-s ,-. i ".,;?; shells,
ammiiiiition atnl various ??th?;- rnuni
...*' um, tagathsr with raoa*** ami
certain other goodl ami merchandise*
ilia! told defendanti wilfully, ks.
lv and felon h,u-'.y did COBspt**? ani?n?
tflotnselrei to maliciously a-.tack and
Ml upon saul vessels by surpri.-e and
by opofl force, ?vhh an intent 7.? ?I?
? r - of the ?aid ?hells,
n and other munit 01
. t r a <i the owner? of th? monev.
and merchandise on board I
; manners followiag :
"Did devise ami contrive a metal -OX,
? ? id sad equipped m Ith ?pring?,
. - aad ?arlooi othoi
anisms, which would be filled ami loud
ed with trio i trato, djraamita, trialtrata
of tolaol and other explosives, and
should bo equipped and furaishod with
cartridges and niechani?!ii, set in a
manner to th? ?/rand jury unknown,
and should be secretly and clandestine?
ly attached and fashione?) to and about
the stern and other parts of vessels.
Tells of Meetings of Accused.
"That the said def'emian's," the in
dietiaOBt continued, "expecte?i and in
tendrd that thereafter when the ?.. I?
were upon the high seas the exp
?,??(.u!.I explode with violence whore-)
. would be destroyed o? k
disabled ?? to roador them poworlosi
:,r i! helples? -.'?I oaabl? to proeood to
"In pursuance of, and so !<? effect
of t?aid conspiracy, Max
n August 20 did raquesl sa?
Paul Selb?, alias Carl G. Oppegaard.
? ?car? i? ?i'-iantity of pats
The introduction of Seibs to Robert
Fay by Dr Kienzle on October I'.? is
Kay paid $*t0 to Seibs, accordl . t?i
?he indictment, and it i? Itatod thai "n
October 22 Kay met K.enzle nt the
table BoildiBg "to effect tn?
? ,.v "
the indictment eharge? N'altei
With n< living from the POWOI?!
? engartei I lotapany ??
?.- of potassium chlorata "Ib
pursuane? of sad to offset the obj?'ct
. il consiuracy."
I's?' second count in tin indictment
charges a violation of Section '.
ihe Uaitsd states Criminal Cods la
that the destruction of such vessels
on the high ??"as, snd their cargoes,
would injure the various person?, firm?
? rid corporations who had then under-j
f uull.u??! ?M arnme A. column A
LAWSON LOSES $7,000 G
Je*?clr> Molen, Police Hey, from
Be tOB, Nov. R. The los?, pro
by robber?., of f7.000 in jewelry
Thoma? W. Law son's sumin.r n I?
? . M.-iA, , ?a? rcporti.l t
polies to .: .
Mr. Lawaon lta.l been in New
aad di?teovered hit lost OS Saturda
BAKER IS CORNELL DO:
Hanker (,a?e 0S0m\MO0 for Three Hi
tartas, Trait sea Aaaaaats.
Ithaca, N. V, Nov. 6. It,, boa]
tru"t?'cs of Cornell Ualversity
nounced to-day that Gsorgt V, B
chairman of the fini Nat.or,al Bar
No** York, was the donor of trie ?
000 fund for three dormirories.
Mr. Baksr aiade Ins srigiaal gil
$160,0 "i '??? '. )eai? ago and ? bb|
n.. -.' <r;. ,-.-? of 1100,000 laal Jaai
I w ;? u . t h lie id St hi?
?i .. ?
AUTO KILLS BOY
AT MOTHER'S SII
Another \ outh Dies ft
Wounds When Struck by T?j
Two Children Hurt.
Two children were killed end
more hurt by automobile yesterday
'-'? bile Hag bla aaothor'a han?
Second Avenue and Fifty-fourth Str
four-year-old Charles Beit/, of 311 I
Fifty-fourth Street, whs m-tantlv ki
by an automobile driven by i ffoi
Yanca, of I*? Oxford PlaCO, li.cl.m
Hill. The mother swooned as Va
Il to pick up the boy. In the
chine wn? the owner, Albert
?ckaway. N?> arrsata were m;
John Hill, ??even, of 1" Wl I I 01
fourth Street, whs atroefa by a taxi
opera'? .1 b**? Jo I-ph TsfllsaSS, sf
MacdoUgsl Street, as he tvaa cross
Sixth AvsaaS ?it Forty-fifth Street.
Wat t.ikon to Folycimic Hospital w
a fractured skull sad interi.al injur
where he died,
Hsrbsii Ilargce, sight, was taken
LsbaaoB Hospital, dyiag, aalfsr
from a fractured akoll Boataiasd wl
a motor, the license number sf wh
' to b?? kn.'un to th?
him ;ic he was roller akatiag in Pi
Avenue, near Fast 166th Street. 'I
I at 767 WaahiagtOB Avon
1 he Bronx.
While driving bit car throogh Bi
Twenty-eight Street, Dr. FrsBh
of 67 Wsst I
ran down Allie Btrausba
twelve, <'f 1669 Bathgatc Avenas, T
He took the lad t.. Bsllev
I, where it v/sa said that 1
injuriai were internal.
Herman Ballsy, sf 736 Fifty-four
Street, Brooklyn, a chauffeur, whe
car. the police allege, struck SBd kill
Mrs. Abbs Bsrtler, fifty ais ysara a
Bastara Parkwsj. ai aha ???
croaaing that thoroughfare at No tra
Saturday Bight, WM held
bail by Magistrats Dodd la I
kvsnue curt yeatsrdsy to swi
Jo ?'pli Grogaa, sf 1663 Atlantic Av
BBS, a im.ti.rnian on a Lotil
line car, tOStlflsd that he BBW Bail*]
machine run down ths woman. Bail'
eoart, dsayiag that his machi:
had killed the woman.
ON PANAMA CANA
Hope to Cut Through Oaillar
Slide in Another Month.
Panama, Nov. 6 ProgrsSI of drsd|
lag spsrstieaa In the new channel i
the I'anamu ?anal St Gaillard l'ut hi
leen so satisfactory that it is now vir
Dally assure.1 that there will be
ehanasl 100 fsst wide by SO feet ?lef
through ths slid?? area by the midd
The drsdgsra have bssa reaaervia
d?bl i ;.' B ?a*.' ? diag 1/100,0!
.-?il. ? yarda a month an average ?
a day. The cam
. . '?'???.' Ont fa? .?ralle .?-ig
ia lb- ability of the drsdgst to mail
tain the channel they rat, and 'hat th
ol ' ha bot torn to bulge uf
war,i gradually is cea iag. 1 hey poll
out. however, that there ' probably
th of dredging ahead before th
waters again meet at the neck o
land, which is 600 fSOl ??ule an?1 4
feet above the water level,
i It ia sta'i'.l that while the channe
probably Will be open by the iniddl
of December the canal will not be i:
1 condition for oh before the first of th
CHICAGO LIQUOR MEN
TAKE LAW TO COURT
Ask That State Anti- iippiii?.
Statute Re Declared Void.
' hicagO, Niiv. 8. Ten saloonkiepen
Bought an injunction in the Frute,
M 1 ? : st riet l'ourt to-day to restrain
. Mayor Thompson an?l the city police
from preventing them from selling; to?
bacco and non-intoxicating liquor on
Sunday BBd to prevent the revocation
of sein?.n llosBssa for each Miles.
Discrinaiaation sgaiasl saloonkeep?
ers is fa? SI Si dl ., | ' - BO i ?I !.? r
itorsksspsra it ailsgsd in the eom?
?. a h Ich *???? '?er the
pressai ruliag sf the eity sothoi I ?
titionsd t?. hold th?- .? n-t.p
pling .statute, which directa that sa?
loons be elsssd on Saaday, void ami ua
i sptaia Gsorge Wall ngton streeter,
who for years has maintained that the
city had no jurisdiction over what he
calls "the district of Lake MichtgSB,"
a strip of land along Chicago's lake
front, was put on trial to-day in the
municipal court for selling ln-uor with?
out a llceass. The eaart raled that the
. t WM un.le? the city's
turn, aa wars ths arts ,,f the es
The |" ? ? ? - ' ' ??-"?? ipossd
hottlea ol ? rel*j
Whipping Case Holds Teacher.
Belli ' I lelaod, S's
m. nd HiltoB, pi ' the publie
.,-. Smithville South, wa
to its] bj Jastics of the Peace < si
Norton for trial Saturday mi a charge
of having punished in an excessive, im?
moderate and improper manner Alex -,
?nder Bovce, the eleven-year-old ?on
of Mr?. Isabelle Boyce. Hilton pleaded,
not guilty U'l was released until the'
trial on BtSOWa recognuanct.
BY STATE BOARD
IN FIRE INQUIRY
Explanation Sought of
Nine Months' Failure to
"MEN HIGHER UP"
He Will Examine All Witnesses
To-day at Inquest Into Twelve
Deaths in ttla/e.
?A hy if took r.in? month? to r.rcom
plish next to nothing toward safe
guarding lives ?? th? \? illiamsbur;.
factor;, after dangers were officially
kno4vn and condemned, was the chief
object of investigation yesterday.
Very little progress toward fixing
any real responsibility was made.
George Rogqulst, the district inspector
who carried the violation around in hi?
pocket from February tS to August 20,
was suspended by the State Industrial
? ommission. So also was Charles .'.
?\ b, acting supurvi'ing inspector. In
the same brea'h the eOflSB
'. a. a reliable and of
Raaquist, bimsolf, gave a pietar? of
his supposed duties, involving the In?
spection of over IM building?, which
nade his labors appear hopcie.? and
put any prom?t or ? fticient Oaforcomool
O? orders out of the question.
District Atfornev Cropscy utter? d n
f?W wor.ls to the general efTeet that
he was not going to stan?! bv and see
any subordinate m:.?!" I scapegoat.
Ar. inspection that did BOt, and could
not in the nature of things, iarpoct
was the net result of the
t igation of exist' ng ? lad
The suspension of th? twa men c-m>"
la?! night aft'-r th?** ami o'hers in th>
department had bren quostloBOd befor ?
the five roniniil liOBSrS in an Inqttisi
tion that lasfed from 1 p. m. to 0 p. m.
II was the aftermath of a busy day on
the part of the commissioners, who
had been called to Rrooklyn to look
over the ruins of the Diamond plant
an?) to confer w.th Disirict Attorney
i Iropsaj ?
(ropsey Seeks "Men Higher l'p."
Mr. ('ropsey had issued s suhp-rn?
!7.r Commissioner Lynch on Sunday.
md the District Attorney declare?! ye?
torday that he would trace the BOfll
gence to its source and would __ re
iiility where it belonged.
Still another feature of th? investi
ration by the Hist ret Attorney was the
arrest of" Alfrol r.afT. twenty-three
years old, a nephew of Mrs. Diamond.
Raff is known as "Sheenie Alex." Bs
was arrested near his home, Md Metro?
politan Avenue, yesterday afternoon bv
Detective Reis?, of the 7th Rriwieh Ru
After considerable questioning bv
officials, he admitted that he was At
'he factorv twice Saturday morning,
the dav of the fire, and that he talked
with both Mr. and Mrs. Diamond.
From a Mrs. Ilarpcnsteincr. who
keeps a bakery shop at 43.1 Metro
politan Avenue, and who knows Faff
well, Assistant District Attorney Gold?
stein learned that Raff was seen run?
ning down Metropolitan Avenue a few
minutes after the fire was discovered.
When ta.cn to Mrs. Harpen?"? linci '
bakery ?nop yesterday in a Fire I ti?
ent automobile and |
by the woman who had reported In
conversai Ion to I he suthoritie
tried to deay that he had nut i ?
day of tl -? lira.
Mrs. Harpeasteiaer, however, aras
positixe that Rail had said every WOI
she attributed to him, ami ?he called
him "a dirty liar" when he tried to re
liaff has been employed as a general
utility nian by the Diamonds. The po?
lice of Williamsburg have been looking
for him since election night, when, in
Mrs. Diamond's automobile, lie ran
i!o4vn and seriously injure?! Agnes
Nolan, ^venteen year? old, at Broad
way and Hughes Street. He abandoned
? .. fe?v blocks from the
of tin? acculent and fled, the po
,..? ?as, ?" Boston II?' returned to
Williamsburg Frida*; night.
Although '?"ff I? B?ld OB h charge of
, onneelloo with tl ? satomo
?.ile accident, l ?"? Marshal Brephy ex
peetl to question him to-day o*i fur
..... the firs
Mr. ? ropsej BBBoaaeed yssterday
? be would attend ti-.?* inquest to?
day iiefore Coroner Wagner ar.d would
examine all witnesses.
At the close of the session of the
State Industrial Commission last night
Commissioner Lynch issued the follow
ii , statement:
''The members of the State In.lu?
trial Commission called upon Dlsl
Attorney ?ropsey at his office thi?
morning ami placed before him the
-,,-?? ns] ? "ions upon
?he factory of the Diamoad ?and;,
tod M7 North S.xth
? .ml muni ?.n pace I!. ?..Iiimn S
TO EZEKIEL AS
T. R. BESOUGHT
President Enlists for De?
fence Prophet Invoked
BY BRYAN COURTED
Nebraskan's Followers Dwindle
as Preparedness Programme
Gains Strength in Congress.
Washington, Nov. ?. President w*il
'-ori to,,! ;, leaf from Colonel Boose
volt's defence propaganda to day when.
In a letter I i th Low, ex-Mayor of
New York, he quoted Scripture in sup?
port of his plans for preparedness.
The Rresider.t devoted a large part of
the day to the subject. He conferred
with ??aude Kitchin, of South Carolina,
who is expeetcil to bo the next majority
leader of the House, and with Cheirman
Hay of th? House Military Affair- Com?
Mr. Hay airead] bas pledged his ?up.
port to th" army programme. Mr.
Kitchifl announced after his conference
that he was sorry he would be unable t?.
support the navy plans, hut he believed
he was in a minority.
The President'? use ns* the Colonel's
ammunition BTOUSOd much miere?! m
the executive departments. Mr. Rasas
volt published in "The Metropolitan"
last Augu?t an article on "Peace Insur?
ance by Preparedness Against War,"
"In the .'Ltd Chapter of the great
prophet Ezekiel, th.? trat six verses run
. ' and then the verses were
? ! .
"I eery heartily commend these
1 Ion? 1 ?ent on. "to the
?i of all those in
?sil office, whe her Presidents,
Of Stale, or Laders of the
Senate Bad II?.ir?<" at Washington, and
? to all male and female college presi?
dents, clergymen, editors and pub.ip-ttS
of pucilic tendencies| and, above nil, to
the sometimes weil meaning souls who
i ha ?? falles victims to the habit of pro
j longed and excessive iadulgeBCC in at
.1 peace meetings and
giving, and listening to, lectures ?,n 1st*
mediste universal peace sad disarma?
Prophet Stirred Wilson.
President Wilson's letter to Mr. Low
"I thank you very warmly for your
? generous letter of th? HI Of November
and for your courtesy in letting me .see
a copy of your remarks on the merchant
manne qui ?Don.
"I am particularly gratified that you
should so fully concur in the position
I took in my speech to the Manhattan
Club. There is a qu?itation from Rsa*
kiel which I have had \ery much in my
mind recently in connection with these
important matters, it is the td, Bd, -tih,
?ih and 8th verses of I bspter Mi
" '_. Sou of nan, Speak to ihe chil
dren oi : ?le, sad say unto them,
When I bring th? ?.??I'l upon a land, if
'he people of th? load tan.' a man from
among them, sad set him for -heir
"'.'i. If, -.then he seelh the sword
erne BBOB ths Tand, he blow- the trum?
pet, and warn the people;
"'1. Then, whosoever heareth !he
Bound of the trumpet, and taketh not
warning if the sword come, and lake
him away, his blood ?shult be upon his
" '.">. Be heard the sound of the trum?
pet, and took not warning; his blood
?hall be npoB him: Whereas if he had
tal- ?n warning he weald have delivered
"'?'.. But if the watchman see the
. and blow not the trumpet,
and the people be not warned, and the
...t,,t.I .oui , and take any person from
..mm g them; be I? taken away in his
iniquity, but his blood will I require at
?: sb'i baud
Washington ? - BOW waiting for Mr
Hrvaii to lake up the R l.lical gauntiet.
According to 'he plan of campaign he
.?lied, every public statement of
the Presideat will be followed by a
counterblast from the Commoner, and
tho?e who kaOW him expect that he will
try !" tul- Mr. Wllsaa'S own weapons
against hint. It is S-POCtod 'hut the
Hryan qfl tatiOBI ?ill BO I:.?"..led out to
Kitchin BtUI s Kebel.
The Pre?ident SgOBt more thai
:,- ?. . ? n?. ? r* Mr.
i by serv*
.. ? ? ?aval
? | ??? to the ead
mm (,. * B BS .? pl< I
said Mr Kitchin a- he left the cxee
"I regret t.. lay,
.ver. that I eBBBOi lUBPOtl ?t? i
? naval programme. 1 did not
discos? ths army programme with him.
I shall fight it as an individual and
IS fieos I'-ul'-r. ! will not say
more at this time, but will give my
reasons on the iloor of the House. I
feel, though, that 1 shall be in the mi?
nority m the light
In ?pite of Mr. Kitchin'l avowal that
only a? an in
at his op
trong, end it is kaowa
that ? ive the i sit.port of a eoa*
I ,,ii? muni on imiir 1. column '.
First Either Way
Out of the seventeen metropolitan newspapers, there
are six to show a gain for the first ten months of 1915
over 1914?three in the morning field and three in the
evening. The Tribune leads the former with a percent?
age gain of over 25' , .
I he smaller amount you heure ?in, the bigger the
percentage. Surely, but in?.-?dentally. The I ribune
leads on the other basis, too: > 52.98) lines gained, as
;i??ninst 241,661 for the second morning paper.
lake your choice. I.ither way and every way,
Ilrst to Last?the Truth: Scns?LtHtorisls?Adtcrtisement* \
Teutons Open Orient Line;
British War Board Named;
Lords Hear Talk of Peace
ASQUITH, BALFOUR AND LLOYD GEORGE
COMPOSE NEW BRITISH WAR COUNCIL
1 . ?' ? *o Th? Tr1?>un? '?
London, Nov. 8.?Great Britain's ntrw war council, according to
an announcement made to-day by "The Evening News," consists of:
PREMIER ASQUITH. acting temporarily as Minister of War
A. J. BALFOUR, First Lord of the Admiralty.
DAVID LLOYD GEORGE. Minister of Munitions.
It is understood that Sir Edward Grey, Foreign Minister, will con?
sult with these three whenever British foreign policies are involved.
All British military and naval operations will be under the direct
supervision of the new council. In all cases where vital policies are
under consideration the entire Ministry will be allowed to share in the
discussions and help formulate the decisions. In minor matters the
council will act alone.
The Marquis of Lansdowne. in the House of Lords to-day. con?
firmed the announcement of the appointment of a new war council and
??tated that its personnel would be announced soon.
IF STRIFE LAS1
With 15,000,000 Killed
Wounded, Karl Lorebui
Loadea, Eat, 8. Baron Courtney
I'enwith, well known as a pence ad
cat??, during th?? ?lebate in the Ho
of Lords to-day said the governm
should show itself ready to accept i
suggestions which would end the w
concluding that the Germans m
agree to evacuate Belgium and Fra
and that no indemnity should be
mnnded of Great Britain.
He said he thought the freedom
the seas would probably be discut
when peace was being established i
"Is there no alternative to this i
paralleled and unceasing strife?"
asked. He said he was sure there w
although he would no,t ask the govei
ment now to de?ne it; he thought "
should show ourselves ready to ace?
any suggestion which might be offer
for ending it."
The debate, which concerned t
conduct of the war an?! the eensorsh1
was brought up by Earl I.oreburn, w
spoke of what he termed "the mis?
ventures" of the Antwerp cxpeditio
tht loss of Rear Admiral Sir Christ
pher Cradock's squailron, tie Dard
nelles operations and the Balkan .?
P? i'ition. He said he had been to
?wo months ago tl...t IIMM,Ml m.
h.i'l been killed or disabled for 111
I ha', multitudes ha?i been added to th
number since and that if the confli
continue?! indefinitely "revolution
anarchy" might follow in Kurope.
The governnunt, the Marqui?
I.nn.sdowne continued, had proceed?
on the assumption that a ?mall comm.
tee could take i.etion by itself, ar
that if it did so it would have to mal
the Cabiaet aware of its decisions on
In raasa wher* there were entirely ne
depsrtursa or a ?jreat change in poll?
had been resort?'?l to, when the coi
. urrSBCe si the whole Cabinet would t
l?ffen?ling the government's Kalka
policy, the Murquis of I.ans.lowne sal
it had been constantly before the Koi
??ijrri office, and that it was not froi
any want of car;?iul study that the g.?\
ernment had found itself at last ??l!
appointed. T'i.? Balkan policy wa
t.uiri.leii upon the hope that th?- Balks
BtatSa weal I be ready to enter nit
what might he called a "give-and-tak
arrangement" between themselvet. Ol
Jealousies ami animosities, howevei
had prevented this.
"(.lobe" Closed In Crisis.
Publication of "The Globe" had beei
stopped, Karl CartM declare?!, becaus
it made an un'ru?- ttStSStSBt "and as
: thai atatsaasat to a false an.
? ...i* rsssos." The pul.'ishing b;
"lie Gio'ue" <?!' the Aiatement 'hat Kar
KitehSBSr, the War Secretary, had ten
?iered hiA rssifl ation. Karl ?urzon con
tinued, was nia?le at a moment of in
'??iiia'.iiii.al crisis, when the Greek
government had resigned and when i
was doubtful v hether former I'remiei
Venizelos was iikely to resume office 01
not, "and at a moment when Serbia, ir
her agony, was appealing for help, anc
we ?ere doing our best to help her."
After being warned, Karl Curzon said
"The Globe' repeated its act, and as a
result the government authorized it.?
suspense under the Defence of the
The Marquis of I.ansdowne announced
that h .*? a ttSS sf the Cabinet,
which ? i?? " t ??aper? say will con
' I r.n.ei A | . in. Arthur J. Bat
four, First Lord SI the Admiralty, and
David Lie) I Georgs, Minister of Muni?
tions, had been arranged, and that its
personnel would be made known almost
"Unless the collect?' e common seme
of mankind prevails before the worst
comes," added Earl I.oreburn. "the
great continent of Kurope wiil be lit?
tle better than a wilderness peopled
by old men, ?.?men and children." He
contended that the government had no
right to commit the country beyond it?
resoures, and wanted assurances that
prop? ? provision had been made in
regard to the forces in the Balkans,
m Mesopotamia. Egypt and Kast Africa.
Karl I.rreburn al?o complained that
?he legitimate channels of information
had been choice.1 and the public kept
.:i tk? dark, lie declared incapacity
existed somewhere, and expresaed re
gret at *he formation of the coalition
government on the ground that it had
deprived the country of the services
of a critical Opposition. Ha feared the
nation ?aa again on the brink of teri
oaa difficulties in the Balkans, and
t .at??D??i em eternal, c?lese? S
FRANCE THANKS AMERICA
Relief Committee II.,. Receited $360
000 In ( ontribulion? from !'. S.
Paris, Nov. s (.abrial Hanotaux ai
nounced at a meeting to-day of th
French National Relief Committee thi
cash gifts from the 1'nited Stat?
amounted to fSSSJSSS, while the valu
of contributions of various sorts, pru
cipally clothing, was $100,000.
The session was devoted entirely t
appreciations of American generosit;
Among the American, present wei
Whitney Warren, Herman Harjes an
Manager Realty, of the American R?
iief Clearing House in Pans.
lira, St. K Vanderbilt has resume
her work at the American Ambulanc?
wearing a parse's costume.
NISH TO STAY BULGAR,
SAYS SOFIA PREMIE!
Invaders Declare Flag Wil
Wave There Forever.
Ferlin, Nov. 8 ?by wireles? to Sa*
ville, N. Y.) An exchange of telegram
biitween General JecofT Bulgarian com
mar.der-in-chief, and Premier Radosl?
vorf of Bulgaria on the capture of Nia
is recorded by the Oversea? New
Agency in a Sofia dispatch, whic
, quotes General Jecoff a? telegraphing:
"After fierce and sanguinary fightini
the fortress of N'ish has been conquere?
bv our brave, victorious troops, and th?
Bulgarian Mag has been hoisted, to re
"The capture of N'ish," the Premiei
replied, "where the national flag will
wave forever in honor of the Kmperor
and the dvnasty and to the glory of our
brave Bulgarian soldiers, has afforded
great joy to me and my colleagues. The
Council of Ministers ?ends salutations
for the victorious flag which so com?
pletely upholds the policy of national
King Ferdinand'? reply to General
Jecoff's telegram read:
"I congratulate you most sincerely
rpon the taking of N'ish. that chief
s'ronghold of ireachery and untruth.
God save our troops!"
SUNK BY E-BOAT
Nineteen Men Lost with Undine
Seven Others Die.
Berlin. Nov. 8. The small Germ?.",
cruiser Fndir.e was torpedoed and
sunk by a British submarine off the
Swedish coast yest -rday, it was offi
dally announced to-day. Nineteen
men went down with her and the
second officer and Ms, men died later
The I'ndine was torpedoed while ?h-*
was escorting a German ferryboat
from Trelleborg, Sweden, to Sassniti,
Prussia. Sne sank in three minutes.
Neither th? ferryboat nor a torpedo
boat which was accompanying the
cruiser was attacked.
The I'ndine was a protected cruiser
of _,67'_ ton?. Her armament con?
sisted of ten 4 1-inch guns and two
l*i-inch torpedo tube?. She was built
lfl ?MI at Howaldt.
U-BOATS SINK ARMED
Tara Attacked in Mediterranean
34 Men Reported Lost.
London, Nov. 8. The British armed
merchantman Tara was attacked and
sunk in the Kastern Mediterranean bv
two German submarine? last Friday.
according to an official announcement
made this afternoon by the Official
Pre?s Bureau Thirty-four of the
crew are reported missing.
The steamship Tara, prior to reciv
?ng a commission in the British navy,
was in the service of the British India
Sfeam Navigation Company, Limited,
of Glasgow. The vessel was of ?i.3__:
tons gross and was built in 1 i?0'_.
PLOT THlTfREE EGYPT
REPORTED BY GERMANS
British Said to Have Executed
Twenty-five of Sultan's Court.
Berlin. Nov.8. i By wireles? to Say
ville, N. f.J The Over?ea? New?
Ager.cy gives out the following dis
paten from Constantinople;
"Report? received irom Cairo ?t?te
a great tonipiracy ha? been discovered
there, headed by person? in the en?
tourage of the new Sultan, the con?
spirators plsnning to remove the ruler
snd his ministers and liberate Egypt
, from the Britiih yoke. Forty person?
1 from the court were arrest?.! and
twenty five already bav? b?jp es
Krusevac, Last Serb
Prisoners, Sick and Great
Quantities of Supplies
Left in City.
FRENCH IN BULGARIA
Press Attack on Strumnit/a and
Occupy Several Bul^a*
Fir Cab a in Th* M . .
London, Nov. 8. With the capture
of Krusevac by the (iermans. an?
nounced from Berlin to-day, the last
foothold in the Western Morava and
the main Morava valleys ha.s been
lost to the Serbs, and practically the
entire railway system of the coun?
try ig in the invaders' hands.
Such operations as remain, the
rounding up of the shatter?*?! rem?
nants of King Peter's army, will
now he subsidiary to the relief of
the Turks and the Kgyptian menavc.
Already there has been a sharp
division between the Austrian ami
(lerman forces, the (iermans, under
von (?al'.witz, being mainly intent
on the reopening of the Orient line
t?. Constantinople, while the Aus
trians evidently nro pursuing their
olil purpose of a complete subjuga?
tion of Serbia.
Thus while the (iermans have
turned eastward toward Bulgaria,
the Austrians have continued south,
and to-day reached Ivanjica, searce
i ly thirty-five miles above Novibarar,
whence they ??an menace the Serb
' line of retreat up the Ibar Valley,
only a few miles to the east.
With N'ovihazar and Metrovitza
in Austrian hands, the sole escape
from capture for the ?Serb? will be
to Ight through to the Albanian
mountains. Hero they might bo
joined by an Italian force, auch as
has been recently rumored to have
been landed on the Albanian coast.
Then the recomjuest of their own
land might begin.
The concentration of a force of
130,000 Austrian? for the invasion
of Montenegro is also reported. This
attack is d?'signed to forestall, if
possible, the union of Serbs with
Allies troops landed on the Albanian
Serb Force? Demoralise?!.
Increased demoralization among
the Serb armies Is indicated by the
rise in the numbers of prisoners
captured by the Teutons and the
abandonment of the ?Serb sick at
Besides about 2,000 wounded
Serbs taken here, about 1,500
wounded were found in the hospitals.
In addition, Berlin reportJithe capt
ure of large quantities of munitions
and war material, with ten cannon
and important medical supplies.
Despite the failure of the Allies
to save the Serbs from the o*er
whelming superiority of the Tentoi.
Bul/ar attack, the Serbians still pro?
test the utmost confidence tha* ?hey
will be victorious.
Premier Pachitch, when ?e?n yester
?lav bv the enrrespondent of th? Par??
"T.-mps" at the ?mall town of fterhka.
in *hich the Serbian govern meat la
lodged temporarily, said!
"The hopes and moral forces of the
entire Serbian people and army rsSBSia
yndiiturbed. notwithstanding the Bf OS
ent aspect a? a result of th? Austro*
German and Bulgarian Invasions. Oa<*
troop?, fighting against forces greatly
superior numerically, are r< tirina la
Hui.ir Teuton I'nlon Not Kff?*-ctlve.
"Although they have been fighting
for a month, our enemies have aet at?
tained the ourpose they are seeking.
German sucre?? ha? not yet ?been
marked. The junction with the Sal?
gar?an? is not really effective, and the
contact established has no practica!
utility, since the Germ-ins thu? far can
s?"nd neither cannon nor munlliona to
the Bulgarian? or tne Turk?. This ??
why they are making such desperat?
efforts at this time to capture all the
railroad from Belgrade to Nun and
"Army headquarter?, the goyerniren'
and th? pen?le are persuaded that
soon as Allied trop? arrive insuff?
icient number? and begin action sue
cess will be rapid and constant. More
iver. we are convinced that th'? ?ur
ces? will mark the beginning of th?
end of the general war **
That the Allied troop* in part have
? arrived is indicated by the increase?:
j pre??ure which th? French everywhere
?re bringing ag-init th? Bulgarien?
and the ?low advance that is beiag
French Advance la Seatl
Prorress in th? direction of Strans
nitsa i? particularly diSleult. owing t*
the nature of th? terrain. Kaehaly
and Meirnislv were ncruotsd en N?s
\ember 5. snd Dolombo ?sal stormed
,??terd?j. Sal?nica advices declare. 4