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RIGHT OF SERBS
ON GREEK LAND
Ministers Insist Forces Be
Allowed to Seek Ref?
OF ATHENS'S HELP
Awaits Result of Kitcheners Ru
mored Mission--French Press
London. Nov. 14 An AthSBI di
?steh, date?! November IS. *
Tele?*r_*n Compaay ?a* ?;
-The Bi I ' ? I reach and Rn
nj.,;,.(.rs Groe- Pre
-,je'r to-day and demanded that Greece
define thi attitud? shs would observe
in "the event of the allied fonts
ing refuge in Greek torritoi
of a rever?s in Serbian Macedonia
Tbev lasiated that aa ob be
m*de hatwcoB ths Aagle?Frenc_ and
their I I -
??The Greek replj I? not know.
! v , good will evideat en
both stir? th? eoneietion proeaila that
i sati-factor* ?< ?' '': ? ?'?'? : " read
Although Londoi r ?
the eaaaternatioB which the dis
lion of the Greek t hamber has , i
in France, BO attempt is made to nnni
reiie the n ' "' the situation,
nor to ignore ths fact that Kil
luntme's action has put a definite
quiet? on all hope? of t.reek co-oper*
???on la lbs *??' ir future.
The Greek King's suppression of .hi?
majority in the Chamber, of which M.
Veniieio? It ths lender, is not regarded
here a? ? d?fiait? ?top toward ful
i ffcret eomp I with the Central Pow*
en. OS th? ther hand, th? present sit
astion rnak-?? it obvious 'hat whatever
kind'iv ir.i. ? ? Gro?os entertain?
?owtrd the Entants Powers muii .
tkt Bee ? h ar? ...?.rr tosan
i month oTf. for full'.'? ment.
Kitchener Hound for Greece?
The report that Lord Kitchener, '>e
iftary foi ?War, I ? Bt on a m.
.,on te King l n itaatiao, ta v.hom he
?rill oiler Bew proposals, has rn
ao confirmation, but the coincidence "f
Ms departure w.'.h the King's resolution
?o dissolve t) ?? Chamber makes ths
pontion plausible. The report ?iUo
??.mi interest from the announcement
from several sonrosa that an Autro
Genr.fti. is already arrived at
Athens te formulate a definite under?
standing between Greece and the Coa*
At the same time, the Rumanian King
:s said to be rec itioaa from
Doth heilig? ih? pos non o?
Greece and Rumania, Jespite diplomatic
pressure. 1? ?tila unmcdit?ed.
Of?ei-1 circles in Paris profess to me
1 eve there is no possibility of Greece
fhanjeini" her present attitude for ono
j.itirtctly i'avorable to the Central
Powers, but rumors of some such ?ten
being in contemplation became so per?
sistent that the Greek Minister to
France felt caiied upon to visit the
Foreign uihce to-day with assurances
of Greece's continued adherence to her
"trad;: onai friendship for France."
Paris Preet Distra?is Greece.
The p.-ipers of Paris to-day are more '?
oatipoken than they have been in the
Dsst in their distrust of Greece. Al?
though the recen*. dissolotioB of the
Greek Parliament was expected, it cre
ited cor.e the less a bad impression
?mong French observers, who declare
that the far" that King Constantine
tore op the ?.*--. % const tution rather
than join *.r ? . r.ot be explained
"Le Matii that r.o economic
or finan?ai aid be given the ^kouloudis
?SBsn*ai more ample know,
tigt <y. the actual s tuation be ob
'*.*;< : '..a*. M. Dra
koueu?. ?? Gn i II Miaiater of Finance,
s reported to have said that if Serbian
troops were driven into Greek territory
'.her Would he d i armed.
Gtbr.e. Haeotaux, la the "Figaro,''
?neei ?..?..?; the point of view that
'Jrteee mutt choose one tide or the
other, so that the Allies may know
'Uttly wnere they stand. They must
r?t wait, as in the case of Bulgaria,
?'? more dangerous development-, he
Denys Cochin, member of the French
?tbicet without portfolio, has gone to
'?r??e* I ret tine roa! truth of
Ua ntuat on. M. Hanotaux writes. It,
'??bin's loi | oaa with Greece
?ad his m try iaiaeatial friends there
"?irrsr.t th? bet ?? that he will succeed
?n indue.ng the Green government to
? olio* ? fi ? ourse. It il probable
???M- C meet Karl K tchener
?t Athens, ???- Joint reprcsenta
?jSSS at tl ., according to M.
Htnota . | ?rroat weight.
U. S. SHIP TO GUARD
Government Hears Germans Are
Violatint; Wireless Laws.
I ' ? 1 ' 7- ?? ?.
__?> ' I v l.'i. Report? re
SMy received at the State Depart?
9 -enr.ar. wireless ?nteresta were fol- '
__? " ?' rders to the cruiser
".'," '?? been cruising on
? to proceed to
y*n: Department officiait
' the w)rele?s opera
"*aad ? splain ths orders seat to the
rta of internal dis
? rbf er*?
?ernk. .- ,,,.. na_ hv,er)U m Llbcria
mm? cor/-, pi ... . -ft] wir^,e? ita.
-?aa snrl are u-ir,? them for unneutrsl
upo??? The Un.ted Sute?, follow
H th? report of th? Liboriaa commis
.j..V:' ? PrcBideat Roosevelt
^irn, ??-"-blished a IplBSl pflOOteiBt?
?ver Liberta, assuming partial coi
of the lit,atices, military organizn
?n? border controversy. The III
States is, therefore, directly inter?
in the preaenutiun of Libcrian neu
?y. and is bound l y pledge.-? t?>
L.berian government to jirottct it?
??kBSfldeacc and territorial integ
Official?, of the State Department, 1
? rsr, r.?e i'curf\iI that an BBBSrtlOi
- policy i?; thi pressai tisss n
-,..l to romplleatioBi with Gsnaas
Althoafh Great Britein sad Fr?
?>.ung '.?> thi fact that their colo
adjoin Liberte, ban aaalated in the
of Liberiaa affairs,
i : ited Stetes has no treety with ei
. itioa respecting Liberia's integ
CffertS made in 1897 and again in
t.. obtain Great Britaia'i co-opera
ii. guaranteeing the perpetuity o:'
I.?her?an republic resulted in an ag
?eat to co-operate in assisting
I ibei an government to administer
i fairs, sad particularly to provide
thi retirement of the national debt
BERNE PEACE CONGRE
! asti g Basis To Be Studied
Not 19 Di**pe1 eh to "'
Times," London I. In ?pit? et the d
caltiei of war um?? travel? many An
. . eoadasj to tahi pari In
?:onhl eeaarees te ss held
Berae, beginning December M. to it
ths bai is ol ? ? ses.
\ ri ?. > ?? ?- those who will sead bmsss
? : encooragemont ti? th? eoi
?.\-l':i ? and Di v 11???i??
l.. m .. pi ?aidant of Han and I
St it??? hils c
? ? ? -' - ..-i,! tt,
toward ths txpt
IN CANADIAN RANK
Membership Confined to Tho
Born in I. S. West Point an
Annapolis Men in Command.
? . -
eosabiaat - leaf! ?
.?eras ?'??-....- Le| It ?
- ? meet | the Ca
? ?. K -1 ? re l
Went Pointer? in Command.
There Is BO ?
fer recruits &7
Uaited States, all
that there ?rill Of
The other oflceri so far -? I
elude ' 7 Wesl y
another fi ? i Bat jad|
a? way a; ; fn -. A- ? :
can horn Caaadiani are pour
there will not long be ma*
The prime mover IB 1
is Major A I
23d National Guard.-, ar.d later of lh
T:h Regiment. titn York City, B*ha he
for seme years beer, a ?rSSitlSBl
ta-.va, whets he has been cio?eiy il
touch ?rith governmental authorities
organization is in charge c
Lieutenant Colonel R. H. Labatt, ;
?.anadian officer who went to Franc
with the first contingent, saw cereta
at Ypres and is home on furiough. A
?eefl as the organization gets unde
way the commai. I wi handed ove
?.o Major Clark, who aril] be promote?
in rank. The adjutant of ths bat?
will be Captain Good, formerly of <a',
ifornia, who has also been residing ?'
To Go to Front in Spring.
Th?? organizers of th? battalion ur?.
derstand that their equipment BBC
training will be facilitated, and thai
i hey will get to the front with BXpedi
tion. Officers hope this will mean earlj
next spring, in time for the big spring
1'p to the present, recruiting hac
.? ? g on in Hamilton, Calgary and
other \Ve9tcrn points, but within a
week or two the battalion will move to
?o and will f<, ?nto winter ?juar
'(?r- with the l?XOOO other men at pres?
ent located here. A large building on
the exhibition grounds bar. been re
BSrted for it as barracks, and is now
I aing put into shape.
Officers and members of the Ameri?
can Club of Toronto, under the prcsi
d?aey of Asa Minard, are taking more
?han a paternal interest in the bat
talion. Several club members have in
listed as officers arid privates. On I'e
cembef il. a eeaesrt srill be held fur
the purpose of providing comforts for
the men and s band.
Thor?- is no eloulit ?he battalion will
do much t?j eeasent f.iendly feeling.
bets ? ? nd the Un ited Stetes.
TURKS SINK NEW E-BOAT
Offirrrs) and ( row Made Captive? in
Berlin, Nov. 13 by wireleei to Say
ville, N. Y. ? A Turkish nr - r *.
port, dated November 12, announces?h?
sinking in the Oardanelit?, on itvVtMB?
bei I of the British submarine FN2.
which ib described as being an under?
sea boat of th? most improved type.
"Owing to new r.???a?ures of p-o- ;
? ection taken by the Turkish fleet."
says the statement, "the Hritish -ub
rnnrine F-20 was sunk November 6 in
the i'ardanelle-s. Three officer? and ?ix
sailor? were mad?; prisoner.
"The submarine was of the mo?t
modern type. She was of 800 ton? di?
placement and was armed with eight
tornedo tube? and two quick-flrlr f?
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
lictfinnintf Mon., Sow 15
128 STREET & RESTAURANT FROCICS
Clearance Prier $25 to $75
85 EVENING GOWNS
Clearance Price $25 to $1.50
93 SUITS Clearance Price $25 to $85
&3 FRENCH HATS Clearance Price $5 to $10
ALL OUR FUR COATS AND FUR SETS
axr- marked at price? that will make this sale even
morr notable than previous CtOTfl Bernard
Fifth Av., Corner 31?t St.__
1. Alirmut & do.
FIFTH AVENUE-MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK.
TELEPHONE 7000 MURRAY HILL
--n_ajTj*aj---t'-i-ii*- '- -??-?-??->-?--* ? SSSSBM
Evening and Day downs
Modish Wraps, Taris Hats
LINQKRiK l:RO/y.l l:RANCE AND THE PHILIPPINES
and nil tin- requirements of the Fashionable
form *'i captIvat.ng ensemb in M
exhibition o? Fashions
Smart Coats for Little Children
(Sizes 2 to 5 years)
In the fai ?:.,.*_ cloak materials, interest?
ing Coats for l.tt.e c ..? . Ci_ e
Mr. '. ay, ?..f4-;~ '; g special vc'.-j*..:
Chinch, c Coats, fannej ined . . . $5.00
Cc .- C M v -- i '.-.8,50
llsse*1 iOres.se.s for
Street, Afternoon and evening
t '<: .... - /eress mU
. - ' ?- - : .
. i - -. e1 . ?.. ch trs c<?
?.-..'??. . ukc
: - D I I . . '.
[ oo r j
M 2* o
Afternoon and -f-"
of trie cc.ee-:..'
Evening Gowns ?-?gniflcent Aft?
neon ?.**:. Hvenir.g Cowns, en g excia
siveness and goci taste,
'Shown on the 7h:r'_ i-lo:::'
Ainei lean-made and
as ':.. ??
c c :r.b i nations
.. -it-iful meces or the
"i*^/:*-- 'he most
....-?::?.:_ : : :ing ccrr.bined with r:c
?aces, or furs, or metal embroidery. 7he cor=
: ?:.. n-.ay be selected
and at rear."*" . .ices.
Women's -w se?Sonr h?ve
1\A7 give*, suca pro
VOaiS and Wraps r ?-?-jo?; _:st:r.ct:c:
to the outer Coat or Wrap than the -reseat
one, the collection com." ising modis.
Exquisite Evening Wraps of 7 Silk Bro=
cace; of rich Veloar; of Chiffon Velvet;forming
a ?is?.ay of unusually beaut-fa. garrns.' ts,
SMART OUTER COATS
of Vicuna Cloth are also typica. of the
mode, as are the Coats of Leather, partie.
larly fashionable for Sports use, or for ger e
F'xhibVHon O? ^ wonderful collection of
_ T-'a.r : :: f t h e ~ e : iocs of
Antique Fans Louis XIV., Louis XV.,
Loais XV.., is on exhibition in the Jewelry
..." . _.rtmen'? Theme gs are of delicately
carved pearl, or Ivory, with gold encrusta?
tions, t." ?' ic exqi . decorations are retn
Iniscei . B pa itere o* the French Court:
I ?-.? :'ans of a later period.
Sterling Silver Hollow '* -
vw __ __?! ?s
Ware and Flatware g2,
the Thanksgiving Day table, a:?'*
a varied assortiment* also a large collection of
other useful! articles, including Toilet Ware
and Dutch Silver, in beaut'ful'v wrought
Betflirh Guaranteed mSQt5 thQ re;
SilK I I O -1C Py rash ion as the
Hosiery The season's extensive
?.sso"time__ts coir prise
' N . . >IERY
;:- -,.-?- , per pair $1.75 & 2-50
in black, extra size . . . per pair 2.25
exceptional Sale fa - md
Tuesday e 1 . :;:.::;?_ of
.n,^. ? ??*>.;-> ? ? ?? ?.?- ?_ ^ .ti .-* s. _**; i . i_.<--.?
These Pcrtiere? are ci a" escec:?.*^v /:**-e /~"*a"
ity, are highly mere, rizec, anc tre Custcrr.
rr.a_e, with Prer.ch open ecge. 7he
shades are portrayed ':r.clt:_e_ are twc--tcr.ee
striped effects) ah at the very special price
of.zu: pair $27.50
Owing to the scarcity of dyestuffs, this offer?
ing affords an extraordina:- opportunity to
obtain draperies in the most desirable shades.
;? -.-y- . . -_. ;?:.::.: y:,-?.._..?. co.ors, pair 2.
MEN'S SELL< [iOSlERY ?
?- - ?-. ? ? ? . -.esirable couo:s
The Assembling of Articles Suitable for Gifts
has been accomplished on an extraordinarily extensive scale, and the Holiday
shipments from worSd-ffamed sources form an exceedingly ?beautiful and inter?
esting collection of merchandise?
The comprehensive display throughout the establishment is at once suggestive of
the many attractive gifts that might be enumerated in the most complete shop
EARLY SHOPPJNO-By shopping now, in advance of the r^hing days immediately
preceding Christmas, selections can be made with Qvery ! egree of comfort and satisfaction.
The mail Order Service is at the disposai of cv D town Patrons.
All Paid or Charged Purchases will be shipped .ree of cicarge to any point in the United States
and to Fo-eign Posses;
Orders p.aceii now may be held for fatare delivery
An Important 5ale o?
Muslin Sheets and Pillow Cases
will be held to-morrow and Tuesday at the
foS.owing very low quotations, considering the
z^f pair . . S4o5Q, 5JO, 6J? t? UM
Satin-finish Bedspreads, with scal.oped edges:
aSingle si,_e . . . each $3.00 & 3,75
Double size . . . each 3.75 ??_ 4.75
Crochet Bedspreads . each |J0 & 2.50
Cotton Riled ? ? ? ? e?c- $1.65
Cotton mied, with figured mu I tops and plain
Wooi=filled, with f:gur= tops, dotted
ma.? border and back . . each $5,50,
P?ain hems . . . each 52c. to SI.10
Hemstitched . . . each $L05 & 1.20
Muslin Pillow Cases
Plain hem .... each |7c0 to 28c,
..emstitched . . each 25c, 28c, 32c
It is saggested that orders be placed now for
engraving of stationery and s?verware, and
the embroidering of handkerchiefs.