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gcHOT GETS LO
IN PULPIT SPEECH
German in Park Av. M. E
Church Resento Refer?
ence to Atrocities.
BY ?ADDED FEATURF
|??*tae] Man the Door??. F.\pect
ingDisori't-r. as Musician Qui?
etly Quits Auditorium.
-*rb?t'i a 1 ihouted S man in thi
?eifivf?' Park Avenu?
Jtrthod'.it Epi? ;??*? ? lurch .vesterda?
psrnitif tmtn GilToi ?-hot, wh(
mat ?peakit.f 07 the war. c?>ndemne<
.??rmari army for atro'*ii:e?.
t (hsrch was crowded wher
At ? th? pulpit. He pref
t(t? h:> 7 itatemsat thai
?_>,?. l?ck ? ? "ntiment In thli
f ... to thi ntroeittei eom
I ? : - lien ring thi
.'?3 unte? lo I ? gin 'he lecti-re. I a
"Germ.. ? ratal. ?
|?wi priestSi nun?, women an:
(-,- ?? tanta, withoui
1 it r far up :ii th'
,-._--- V tall, *?*ell built, clean-shav.t
pan cf ?. ?'.rs old, wh<
)?:er i Chrietlas Meras, s
JT1J..C s-. ? I I '! Park Avenue, stepped
jnto the iii la sod, point ng ?
i* ?-? ihoated:
Hi Pil rl ' looked up and turnee'
(n??r?l the ? SB who had interrupted
fjttt the church twisted anc
turned te c*' a look at him. Several
|B*fl itoe : up K?*r several second?
the r: - eongregatiop glared a?
Pr. r el ?* Further nrgumei
Umgpei by Mr. Pincho? beginning hit
The man turned and ?trode toward
the d"or. With hi? hand on the swing?
|n?; efllhioned ?(.?or? ho turned and
Bfsin 11 .. "That'? a I I t by thai
tiiie " had rr'* ??ell Into hit
aub.ieci. and the remark could not lie
fce?rri bj those sitting three pewi fron
the door, In pushing through the
door? D erckl knocked down a card?
board sign OB which was an invitation
la to at end the lecture.
f.- lent caused but a mo?
er- ment, every usher took
kia plac? ??? door. If the maal?
c 11 et left the church quietly, it
i - . , would have been faced with
? rderljf eonducl charga, with the
I Dr. Arthur Jamieson, thi rector,
? n plainant.
. SB id, a!
1 of th?
P ? nut Meth? di il EpiseopaJ
? ind have enjoyed the Sunday
I leetarea Jhii tnoraing I
* xp.ctmg to iiear
? ng that would give nie food
? mothing that ?-. 1 ild
"Instssd, B man gosi into the pnlpit
1 the land of my
? itement thai Gotnaaai
... .: . ?I ;inr??s. nuns.
: ehildrsB il ?*er
B< I n, and
. ? hooting at taets from
? H.?? ?i te be expected that
? o? dowfl without
--7?ab:y :f I he-i rema ne.i longer
?ehol cou d aav, gives ?onie
I hould have controlled
1 but ! am glad there was ns
* I 'houfbt was
I of s Genaaa sal>
?- i. whe ?aid he
? "hat he
. '. -. . .i and child,
fa 1 It ?- r hold
..mst his head
?his eonntry, by the
Basal rod Its a? apathy for
*.*- I Ri pleaded that the people
take 1 ' benevolent neutral:'?
toward the Allies, fot they wer? ,
lr.| for everything he!?l dear by
American? demoer-ary ar. ! world peace
?whlie German?/ was fighting to e*
t?d the ?plril of militarism through
mt tk? ? -. : He ?a'd that ?ucees?
let Germany meant German domlna
ttnof th? w?,r'.d. while ?ucees? for the
a ?1 m? ? ? ?* .* ?' ?? Vi ted State?
??:'.d be the greatest power in the
TO ELUDE BRITISH
; Would Charter Ships to Brin
Goods from Rotterdam.
Washington. Nov. 14.? A proposal t
j charter American owned ?hips, manne
I by Americnn crew? ?nd flying th
; American flag, to bring out of Rottei
: dam some million? of dollar?' worth S
? good? detained there on account of th
j British Order? n ? ounrtl, has been ?ub
mitted to the State Department by
New York ?yndicate headed by Jale
? departmeat ha? not t-.dirated it
' idl : ?ward ?uch a plSB. It wa
learned to-night that the project wa
i brought to the attention of Coun?el!o
: Polk, who declined to state what actioi
would be tr.ken in the event, that on
of the chartered -hips were capture.
by a British sraisor and taken to ;
The plan i? to accept for shipment h
' the I'nited S'ates all Ameriran owne,
goods for which the British Foreigi
Ofllee has ? rmits, and to m
rite the l?riti?h Consul at Rotterdan
to inspect ti a I i ? the? are loaded
Wrest Mountain Heights from
Austrians and Renew As?
sault on Gorlzla.
Bj OsH) M Tl-a? Tribun?.]
Pari?. Nov. 14. Further Italian ?uc
I c< .-es ate reported in to-day's official
: statement from Rome, which claim?
'the cnptiire of the l'asn of DosasiCl
? and the niountain height between Bag
i natorta and l.irzana, in the I.ngarina
Valley; the taking of trenches ami re
j doubt? nenr Bo^chini, on the Carao, and
? the putting to flight of an Austrian de
j tachment in the ?'ampelle Valley.
Vienna announce? the temporary lo??
, of part of the Austrian front on the
Duberdo I'lateau and the repulse of
' Italinn attack? before ?lor./ia and el?e
I where along the front.
The Italinn statement says:
?4ur offensive, which has been pur
?ued with untiring tenacitv along the
whole front, brought us some fresh
??uece?ses jreeterday. In the Laganna
Valley we have ocenplod the Pns? of
Demarco, and won ens? of this Wal
. i?y the mountain hei?;i.' '
from Z.ignatorta northward to I
gaaa At the ?am. tin
plaai ??? mbarded V? ano and Aus?
In the Camrelle Valley a
meat of Alpine volaatoen roeoa
nuitring toward MootalOB attacked
and put to fligh? an enemy detach
ment descendiiif; from Forcolla ?le
Valcorda. On the ?ordevole Height
our operation? continue, with the ?in?
ject of extetnii7.tr our |>"
the summits of Col dl Lbbs and Mont?
On the height- northwest of
(iorizia fierce fighting was going on
tenia?*, with varyiag fortune,
?rou7i'i Oialavis and below the .?-urn-,
mit of Calvario. ?Ve made about f.f'.y !
prisoners, of whom thr.-e were ofti
OB the Catso w,. are advancing
tenaciously, trench by trench. Yes?
terday we made new progtSSI toward
B?Mchiai, and took by assault lomi
trenct.es and redoubts, which we have
retained in spite oi violent enemy
A.1 STRIAN OFFICIAL
The Aaitriaa itatemenl say.?;
r?Mterdsy the Italian heavy artil?
lery across tiie uncaptured GorlliS
bridgehead kept up a violent fir? OB
An unsuccessful Italian offenitvl
has been directed agaii.'t the north
-rn part of the I?oberdo Plat'au.
North of San Michel part of the front
*a? temporarily lost to the enemy.
but wa? entirely recaptured :n the
t enir.g. Other Italian SttSCkl were
Before the sectors south of Monte
d?*i Belbasl and before the Oorizia
l.'idgehead our artillery itopped
, '-. ery attack.
Ry ?OOlDOlf BRITE.
London. Oot. SO.--After ? vear of e
p?riment? in ?enplane? the Hriti?b A
? - -.- has adopted a? it? etard**i .1 tl
construction used on the -?ring >"?
America, bull' last year for I'.o.hni
".Vnnaniiiker l.v <>!enn if. CartiOB ar
Commander John Cyril Porte. R. N.. ,
Hampior.dsport, N". Y.
!t was through the efforts of Con
mander Port?, novr In chargi of o*
of the most important naval air Btl
tions in Kngland,, that the Americ
tj-pe finallv was recognUed a? the bol
When first ther?n machine? wei
brought, to England, Ih the autumn <
If 11, they were scoffed at bv most o
thf? vornan in 'be Hr.tish tinvv.
In an effort t.o "show ud" th? Ami;
IcSfl craft RVery possible type was trie
out. but failed to roma un to the effl
ciencv of the Wanamaker plane. At:
row no other construction is consitl
The chief advantage of the boa
fnallv determined upon is that it cm.
hold its own In a rough BOO. The bid
boat, with Boa-Sled bottom
. r ? its way through the mo?
troubl? d waters, riding safely in westh
v Id swamp the (.1
it and play havoc with th?
double pontoon type of hvdro-aero
Higgest Seaplane Rnlldlng
The wri'er baa It on good authorilj
thai the noel powerful oeaplaae evei
ll almost eoiaplotod and soon will
i o flying over certain points! on the
Mr?'i?h coast. It is of the Amerii-a
type, although very much larger than
the machine whieh h**'! its f,r*t triali
ir i.ako Kcukn AftOefl K ?ths ago.
Tho now craft, it it .-a-.d. will have a
?.f'in_ capacity of more thim seven
thousand pound?, while it? motors will
turn out something like 900 horsepower
nil of whirl, will mark e wonderful
step in the application of the at'io
1 lane to warfare.
'] I 's serial ntoneter will carry rapid*
g iruns possibly some of unueu*
. Ml I I ?. Also, it will be
ile of flying ut high speed carry
r .- toni of boni;,.?. While it I? imposai
ble to learn all >1 the details, und it is
not pcrminsiblc to mint some of the I
od, II ii safe to sav thai no bottle
. r seaplane nearly so formidable
?? been eonstrvetod.
Ofteials pf the naval and military air
serviees are takina a keep laten
the proposed activity of the ' ? 1
.?".ates in acquiring a large aerial fleet.
Of course, th-- ??u_gputf?ii appropria! .0 1
of |S,000,000 does no' appear ample to
a nution which ',u? !<>-irn?"d the value
of al erafl is: war, bol lateresting com?
ments ? . 1. I.?- : OR made.
"Ih.'.t eight millions will not go
ire**] tar II the United Btates eovern
-.i begin where we did." one
Today and until Saturday
Eighth Annual Sale of
?4 Big Yearly Value Giving Event
Shoes that were ? Shoes that were I Shoes that were
$5.00 and $6.00 i $7.00 and $?.00 ; $10.00
Now Priced ! Now Priced \ Now Priced
$,3.85 I $4.75 J $5.85
Men'i Patent Leather and Kid dj/j or
Shoca That Were $5.00 and $7.00 J>?*?^
Eight years .00 WC il?Ugmat?d OU r firtrl sl.or .ale. Since tiVn. twh .ut
ceding yew, thii granl vdue-giving even! ha. been rcpented with big^r
?..?.-?-. end mor-* Mend. ?-?<?vr been madeandkept.
77ie ?nfire Stock Has Been Reducea
for the sal, Hid include, eveiy deniable styl, for dr,7=s or *,r,,t w,ar. Men
w, ,it ?r.,rlr footv.?ar will do w,ll to btiv now. at tlirse savings,
who appreciate high grao. wLnmoMs wn?
enough ihoe. to last th,rn a year.
The finest Ameritan Makes and feathers
All In to Our High Standard oi Quality
Tiffany & Co.
of Proven Value and Quauty
American Flying Boat
Now Model for Britain
Once Derided Wanamaker Type Ha. Outstripped Every
Other Machine in Naval Air Tests?United State*
Venture Called Too Small.
I official said today "We have been
through the mill here, and know what
it mean? 'o he forced t,. scrap h'i
: dre.1? , ; thoasanda of pounds worth of
because we had no' been Bare
v h?t " ri required.
rtfl In wi'h a fler? of
email aircraft the money ipont
Will he abOOlutelv waated, A ? ?? 3 _
. ing boat, or military BOl-plaa'. vv |
a *r.ee,( o** M miles an hour, !? I I
worth th<" ?pace it occupie? when actual
service In war time || considered.
"The ?cout machines must have ?peed
a? close to 100 miles an hour a? pos
siblc or even more. The seaplanes
? and battleplanes? should be built on
mammoth dimensions -he i,,irfc. r, the
better and equipped with all the power
ohtsinablo, Mont, should be no oh
feet In building an sir Beet, Tri 'n
save exncr.se, or to lufa intried
material for what is known to be the
best, m id vou may sa ?.?ell ouit before
( riticlse I. S. Pnllcv.
The launching of an aerial pro
rrr.mme by the I'nited States without
a chango of administrative policy ? in
Bvistioa affairs? was freely criticised
t,v a prominent suthority who ha? been
in close 'ouch with the situation here
i-inr- the war began,
"I' is difficult I?, imagine what will
happen if th<" orgsnisstion of a m
tary flying eorp tht thl I n.te.l Sta'<
is left In the hand-i of the Blgnsl
corpa." he declsred, "Not thai the pe?
aonnel of the "?v.M.ai corpa is not the
best, but the two breach? ahould aoi
come under 0:1? control.
' -\? I understand it, tba United States
Signal Corps has never handled an up*
i ropriation of more than about 1800.?
000. To expert that dopartmOBt to take
up the ouilding UP Of an airflee? work
in whirl?, i* has had little experience
and involving the expenditure of mill
'.oi s i? absurd, unless the p?Ti">nnel of
the lignai .-uns i* more than trebled,
perhaps quadrupled. In thut ease I.
Boemfl u- tU would be much better to
lorm .-. lepaiate braaeh, a? the nationi
of Huron?' have boon tore.I to do."
It will bo a*emembered that The Tri
bane tsomt..?! out, more than ? aonl
LgO, the odvantagi * ... be . aii.ed hy the
separation of the aerial service from
the signal corrv.. and smong the aero
eal sutboritiea of the European
i.ati.n.s not one can be found who ?io.?,
not advocate such a ittep if military
sad naval ,-i lervice is to nifuii any*
-.. the ! ? ?ted Stab
FAY TO REVEAL
BIG MEN IN PLOT
? ui.iii.ne.i rr. in paga i
playing In a vaudeville theatre in Mil?
waukee. Ami that I did not Ret any
money over there, but gave awav to
those for whom it was intended the
250,000 crowns, more than |100,000,
v?hirh I took over, i>? proven l.y the
? bal l i ad ??? borrow flOO
Ambaaeadoi Gerard to pay my ex
p? :. IOI l.n.'k."
Consul General ron Kuber, who bsi
h"?ii i:;..:s:..| b .' GoriCOr an sharir;,' " "
? siptaiti von Papen and Captain Bo*
Ed. the dutie? of overseeing; and di?
recting the work of the Teutonic ?pie..
In this country, whin ar-ked what he
had to sav, replied:
"Lot them prove 1*!"
Then after there hid been ?nme 8is
puspion.? of the alleged plots, Von
"The seer? t service doe? not make
"Vou mean that the ?ecret ?si-rice
would not pian to blow up ?hip? or
I . munition factories""
"I have nothing to ?ay," wa? the
The con?ul general said that the
only talk he had heard of his recall
being ask?d for ?because of Pr. (iori
car'? charge? h??l be,., the new?
Detective on Klon/li-'s
Trail in Providence
(Hper'al ?o Tlii Trtrfum. '
Providence, R. I.. Nov. 14. Pr. Her?
bert Kien.le, RITOStod soon after Kay
and Shop? were trapped by the New
York poi.r?', is believed to know the big
?panela! nun who have boon han?lltng
the fund? used to ?pread the propa?
ganda of violence agair.it the plant*
manufacturing munition? of war in the
I'nited 8*afe?. Hin t->'o pion'b?' vl?it
to Providence I? furnish-ng clews to
the Secret Sir-vice men now here cheek?
ing up h;? movements while In this
tlly. KlonRle'a father, according to
what Fay told the police soon aft"r i. .
arrest, is the head of Certn.nr ; 's great
est dork manufacturing eOBCem
Pr Kien.le arrived PrevldeaeS
last DoeORBbor He WPa tiren up 1. ?
er?..:i? in BOCJOty Sad soon made a
it with thr younger set. He told .
,-,,,,(1 story, ores eatertaiaieg at little
society fanctione, ?rid ,n that wajr mc
many perxoli? in Pmvd.-nre socie'v.
and also became scqeatuted witli
rievaapaper men. In December he was
taken Into "The Providence Journal'*"
oftic* and latroducod '?? the editor.
In telling of meet ng Ki-l'.le. one
of the editors l??t night ?aid:
"Pr. Kienzle Sppoaled M me a? a
clean cut sort of fellow, ?tranded in
the Halted ?States on account of the
war. He franhlj cor,fe?sed hi? lean?
ing? toward Gonaaay, bat ?t wa? n..r
until be appealed t.. me to place an
article in ?u;r paper that he let the
cat out <>f tli" hag. '?Vhei. be attempted
to poll a lot of fake pnot-.graph? to
prove that the Alise? had mn.ie use of
?t'lmdam bolletl I began ?" ?'isp-ct
the real character of nil '**ork here.
Then we put bin. _OWR a? a G-BTt-Rfl
. propaganda' and dismissed him from
?H,. rrete -? irriloui letters r" ihia
?taper, ni') foil..we.I id.?. un with a
strong attack in the 'r stherlaaeV
?_.<_- tu publiaOttf asjlj t__a tats.''
Turks l se German Trans?
portation Plan for Whole?
WOMEN AND CHILDREN
, CARTED TO DEATH
"Bloodless" Solution of Race
Problem More Fatal than
Terror Reiyn of '95.
Nothing In all historv, not s%*n th?
Babyloaias sapthrlty si * is Iowa, i .n
equal the present Arrr..>-;?:i trSBSpSTta
tlon gasstfoi in Turkey, ?rd the ?eher??
:? ?o huir? ?hat ?he?.. ? r.o .;?. ;ht th?
Tarttl 'hemaelve, eoj'.i not plafl It,
"an impartial ?yowitne??'' in the
? number ef "Christtss Worl
y in the iprlng this yenr tie
n jrovernTf*?? Dromu!?.-.*.rd a
?? nporarjr law, ac< -i ng to I ?
oAeen eon - n in
or whoi? eoBimunitiei from
?o inothsr, if poiitlet ?..nces
? cuitated :t. The Armoi si qaei?
* or. la ihaply ?n spplleation si I
la? 1 he whole lehemi itbi ??
itrletls and ikilfallj carried
Mai ? Turk? eon feu that it Is a
schema hatched by Inf loi bttaoi
"It ifi'irn th? ?Jermati? ?ui;g-e?ti>d ?he
ichemn o? f rati^por'&tion but real, lit?
eral transporta .or. of ?he Armenian?
?o Ifeaopotaiala *?p. I Syrian regl?
all -n'V'v. in th;? troy they re d
have go| rid of 'h?- A'-ti"!: :<t; quoal "i.
forever, ?nd then Aatati i i ??? aou .
be ?*|ie.. hi..I free ?' .?- German colonisa
Hob. That la the vtaa? of aiany Turk
An Intelligenl yoBflg Turk ?aid to ne
?i,*.? Tnrkey'i e?s(. ;. !o?t forever. She
?>, i he awallowed ?ip either by the Al?
ii?*? or by the Ormini which '?. worse,
he added wi'h a ?ugh.
"TI e I'urks laanied ?heir lesson from
the (?ermnus very cleverly, and applied
it. They adopte?) the tranaportatiofl
plan, nut. modifying it. adapted it to
the Turkish custom. The Turk?-, o;'
?heir o?rn*Bccord, aroald have ? masered
the people. Bui 'hli initanee thej
transferred thi pooi d aanaod people
Into loBesome mountain tops or valleys
or plain and butchered them there,
.-r,?,?:?. . ?'
? r ?> illagei.
"This pre bloodloai trans
portation ??.iis more terribly diiastrous
r?** ?.?.'?' ???#? .'?m?.
Vr-.? -. . r?.-? Um ->* "?'u'aViv
h tsIUng ab?-?.jt tht*e three
By F. HOPKINSON SMITH
By JOHN GALSWORTHY
Bv ROBERT GRANT
Il SF n?? tOtO
UURLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
?h?n thS II I eg alai rna*??ei??insr by th?
erowdl ?r.-i r-o:?. In th? latter cas?
many had eeeapod a:.d were ?aved. but
boa ? ??r.? ?rai safe ?7-.d non? could e?
? ? Terrible as the massacre? of
:-.?.'>>?*? were, riatiy wlio h??*i seen there
hin! escape?! them longe?! for them, in
itoad of being agonized tor weeks with
?he terrible suspense and uncertainty
of the re-.scn of terror of 191V This
??as h arholssals massacre an attempt
to exterminate a whole race The com?
mandant of ger*?larme? In Marsovan
? so: 'Transportation means ex?
"I'll?' ??ay the plan of transportation
?*?;? carried ou? in Mar?ov?n ass B?
ifter midnight on April
mi twent; I .?..:" the leading Ar
arere arrested. Next ?lay they
*n .-i-'i-ied arid ?.*'*' t.? S:?a-., the
capi?a? of the pro? inre. A ?"ter a few
?lays .?"n 0 flftj more were arrested ami
-??tit ?m The process continued for
-Ae,?ks. None of the arrested returned.
They either died ?if typhus, which
reaped the ?oliliers in Siva* by hun?
dred? flail y. or were put to ?ieath.
"Next day the public crier cried in
the streets that all the Armenians in
the town, women, children and old
folks. w?r?* '?? leave and go to Mosoul.
It was the Brat time thai ?he truth
i-iinie home :?? the people. The poor
to sell what they had. They
did r.ot know all was in vain! Even
they would pre? in this way was
to be taken from them on the w?y by
robbers. Nothing was heard of these
as to their further fate."
IN GERMAN "PLOT
I ?...tlii'i-,1 from p.iite I
the ijth. If I .m i...; rapo aw rod
'6th of the current mon'h to
eelve the ?urn of .?'?M Jtte for ?the 11
garian postal idm niatration 1 will
compelled to nay the whole amount
beg you to acknowledge receipt <.f t
The wordt Tilintar?an postal sdn
letration" a.e. .f .our??, a blind
this case, because under no circt
atai ees eeuld Pr. Dumbo be ?.i.lr?--?^
a . ..mmunicatioi to the Minuter
Iv Affaira with regard 'o sticY
a attei it i? declared that the amoi
referred to wa? connected with atra:
action through the . . .? ? ? "antic Tn
Company, and ti ai liie reference
the Hungarian postal administr?t
mentis the Transatlantic Trust.
"The .lournal" prints this morn i
facsimiles of eommunieatioas fiom t
Austrian Coasul General in Now Yo
and the Austrian Consul General
Philadelphia to individual workers
munitions fad ? who have writ!
to them foi i'ion of the a
Bitisem? earing in a great pat
und threatening such workers with dl
lea - '; .'.? i II h drew at on
rbia a.ivartisem? l ? still b
?ng inserted and i.a-.l for bl tons
. .-? ? ral von Nubor, n <pite of the fa
? :? i?ar' of the propaganda f
which Dr. fiumba .?...? diamiaeed, rea
"The Imperial and royal Austr
Hungarian Embaaey, acting und
ordora from the home go?, ernmei
give* notice by thia announcement
all Auatrian and (fungar?an eil
h eluding the ma belong I B
nia and Her logovi na. in c?
of the Auetrii
who an ed in ractoi tea _ ?;
eountrj ? '? making either am
BUnitioR for the enemies of y.?
country, are commmitting a erifl
against the military saf?-ty of vos
fntherland. This crime i? aunishsb
by from ten to twenty year? Imprisoi
ment and, in especially aggrava'ir
circumstance?, With the penalty ?
death. Against those who violate th
order the whole weight of the law wl
be brought in the .vent of their retur
to their own eOUBtry.H
"The Journal" hafl po?it'ye pi'.of thf
the advertisement is ?rill appearing I
great numbers of Austro-llingaria
newspaper? throughout the country .vs
that it is being paid for directly bv th
Aastre-Rangarian government. Th
translation of the communication froi
Consul General von Nuber, which '.
now sent out dally ?R response t., |
letter? receive,1 from worker? c n**ern
ing this advert lemeat, readi ??- ?"!
"Imperial and Royal Auatro-Hun
g.-.riari Consulate. ?lattery Park Build
: ing, "1 State Street, New York.
"Replj Ing to ?
S to our adver' seme- :. ire fa to not if
?ha' thii sd*Brtllerneal .
by th? Imperial ambaasy a! bVi
tan, and II eitee the militan crimina
. ode of oui . oui T- I dwell ? ? '
lariy on, thai pari of tl ?? Rd* ? imei
which d? - ? ' ? rorj
AuRtria-ll ha *
? .<-? ? i that are i reducing ?
of ? . r. or ? ' r ipi Hob for ,. ?? one
miee, i? faring "???' -re t"r lahmen?1
?ho'jid he retuni to I la native land
It 's demanded '.rut p . i iotism bo lost
than the tear of pun'-bment shoul?;
, :, | ? every one to quit hi? work :m
mediately. Should you decida to ?lia
oont vie ?year employment
vou have no Other >r-.. irrite or caii
;.' -'if following address] 'Mr Rom
IB, IM Liberty Street, New V?.r's
I ? '
"Jhli party Is at the head of th?
bone? titation establi-hed foi
SITSnging employment fur our people
and he will gladly and free of charge
and promptly Had work of some kind
for vou to ?,"
"Imperial sad Royal Coasel-Geaeral."
Another latter, also published here?
with in facsimile, vvn? BOnl by the
Aastro-Hungarian Ceaaal ??eneral in
Ph. lodelphia as .? addroaaod *o Mijo
Kapustic, Ml Third Street, South Rcth
lohem, renn. thit man, it appears,
was no' engaged direct!) in tnaii'ifact
nriag manltions of war, but ?imply m
makiitg boxea m which shipmeati of
munitions wore being foru .rded.
'he . ??? -.'era' notifi?e this man
thai the eonoulate will not put itself on
record in black and white in any way
to the effeef that if '.he i u?n Us..
h.F work he has done it at the request
o' the consulat", and declare? that the
huvleti ...' '?ro?.f ;n connection
a tn bia having Ion such work lie. ..?
?he man himaelf when be retaras 'o
? Co m Geaei
however, doe? no! ' :> ''? ~sm Kapui
Uc tha? Bl farther participation in
articular '???rs a II be considered
I the letter i? i.? folio??:
1 "laper-U uU ?cgr-w. ?BUSU? M?iM-S_
< on-ulat?, 807 Spruce Street. Phi
"Ortober 15. IMS
Goap. Mije Kaps tic, 801 Th
!*tr< '.>i?i.'ii Bethl? 'vm. Peaa.
"Anawtmng rour writl :-. pjaeation
regard to tha implo . ant la in mu
ti.in factor ti ? ?ad othe
?ve are iaslaslag hi r??-.\ ?rh far y?
a formal ion s priated notice. ? tl
imperial and royal consulate les;;
:.- ti..* lam? time that you shall i
?ierstand that it" you leave your w?7
*ho consulate will not deliver to y
any certificate that you have done
Si tl roaassl It ?ill not dein
! such a certificate now nor at the til
of your return home, a.'.d state-net
made linder oath In this regard m.
. not he legalized by the COBIBl g
eral'? office. Von mint prove voir ei
directly t?> the home SBthoritil
?ii ?ray whoa >ou gu ov?r.
"Thi? Imperisl aas icy.il ?-oiimi;
furthermore emphasizes the met
you that all who leave their ? ofl
the smmaaitioB factorial an- siasi
fulfilling by ?uch an act the duty il
posed upon them by the law.
"If the contractor by 'Ahorn v m p
employa?! is making boxes in whi
are to he packed ??hlpments to be fo
warded to enemies of our monarch
are desire ?o Inform you that any fu
ther participation In ?hut kind
a*oi i? a 'ill a!.??? l.asid i ti :? ? i n
in ;i leaee of Paragraph S21 o
military criminal code
"For the Imperial and Boyal Com
An example sf '.he methods p?ii~?.i<n
in thii eoaatry b) Austrian cor.su
in th*ir ;Tu?7? t0 compel closest ai
! erOBCC fu ?.ustrla-Hungsrv arnuii
both naturalized and unnatur..
Isoai Ib the t'nited State? 4 shown b
the following eommaateatlon sent I
the Austro-Hunsarien Eml ?
'? i, b} Huron I.other -. ? !!;.
? > r. i .. ? Pittaburgh,
en en aho -. eeterday
eed Dr. ??oricar . i
ti Bentrdiel Arnold."
Baron Hauler arritei ai fol
"Tl.e imperisl and royal eoniala*
of Aaitria-Hungary, Pittsburgh, Pa.
' "In K ? Southern Slav propaganda.
"To the Ambassador,
"To litop <*iice and forever the ?or
carried on among th? Croatian? In th
Tni'",) Sta'es by the National Croatia
Society, this imperial and royal co;
liai ? has taken upon ?t?e!f to preven
?he re-election of the present SBPSBBI
committee of that society.
"'The X'arodni List1 in N*?w York in
our loyal ?roatian paper in this cit
have been for a long time carrying o
a keen campaipt? aga*n?t Marohni an
hi? ron?or?*s. The National ?roatiai
Society is ? very prominent society :i
America, and in the opinion of thi
consulate it is of very great '.niportanc
thai are luccoed it; overthrowing th.
present administration and placing :i
'ead an administration which wil
he loyal to us.
"???*.ing 'o 'he activity of thia COS
sulate, are already notice in away ' roa
tiafl circle*, a discootoat belog itlrrei
BB aritJi Mr. Msrohni and hi? aork,sad
thaakl to our further propag;...?la ir
? ? ;.r, . ... ,. -,;;iy ??pCCt thi-? li,S??t?S
faction to inereaee.
"This eoBiulate ha? already don?
everything ponib ? to win over to oui
?..?e loverai indivldaal delegate?. A*
the organization ..? spread all ovei
America, bow ?r, t il of the greates'
importance t.'-.at every Imperial anc
royal aSBSUlate it? the t'nited State?
ihoald do everything in it? power tc
assist this consulate to carry out oui
propaganda w.th every intin? in their
"The re-election of the delegate?
aa*BJ It whose names I ?at a ero?? in
the inclosed mu?t be prevented at all
coat?, and especlaiiy a strong and limit?
less propaganda must be carried on
against Mr. Marohni and Mr. Cnkovi.
" Signed, BAUBEB, M. P."
Government to Act
Against Consular Agents
Pmb Ti? traen? ni-?a.i |
Igaahiagtaa, Nov. 14. Administra?
tion official? admitted to-day tha* dras?
tic action may be taken within a few
?lays against ??tie or more of the Au?
triaa aad ?i?*??man consular agent? im?
plicate.! in receal charge? of conspiracy
again.? 'he Cr.ited State?.
It is ?tated positively that most of
the information rn?de public by former
? ?nvil ?ioiicar ha? been In th? pos
Aesm?,n of 'he Department of Justice
for loverai araste. The n>?t e?se to
be SStod upon, it ?.? un?i?r??ood. i? that
.?f Alexander von Nuber. Aus'r'Sti < OB?
sul Geaeral ?t Mow York.
1 be Department of Ju?tice i? in com
maateatioa with I"- Oorloar, and ex
pe,?s to obtain from him detailed in?
formal on thai arfll lead Bat saly to
II ?:i! of Teutonic ofrisl?, b?:t
the p"??? ' "n eiiiaiaal ?-bar,??? o?
aamerous private Individasla ?vho v-?v?,
taken partais ?i?-rm?n and Austrian
plot? ??-a . American indu?tri?? and
oh tas?n? ?
S>akf? $c OJompaug
Broadway at 34th Street. 'Phone Greeley 2626
? Special Sale, today, of
500 Pairs of Samples of m
Men's Fine Gloves
Made in England
at ?P 1 ? 1 tj a pair
regular!)/ $1M and #?.00
Styles and kinds too numerous to mention.
M so gf the name price
Men'? Washable Leather Gloves
in tan. oak and navy shad?**?..
WILSON TO PICK
(iov.Fielder and Chairman
Grosscup Will Confer
TO OPPOSE MARTINE
Man Wanted Who Will Hav
United Support of All ?Demo.
cratic 1 actions in Jersey.
Trenton, N. .1.. Nov. |., Governor
Fielder and State Chairman GrooOCUP
will have a conference with I'resideni
Wilson on Wednesday, one of the im?
portant objects of which will be t?> see
that no more jokes are perpetrated
Upon the lUISUSpeeting voters ,,f New
United BtatoB Beaatei Jasaos K. liar*
'in? conns U[? for re-election next fall.
sad I will bo recalled thai -' the time
of hi? election, live years ago Mr W11
-on. then Governor of New Jersey, told
a number of Democratic A??i-t.il>lyinen
who had conferred with him 'hat Mai
tine's selection vva? u joke on th?? ?.?-..
pie of New J??i * ?;- that would OOVOI be
Mr. Wilton supported Maituif at 'hi
time because th?. latter, having g?>* the
indorsement of the Democrat I the
priBsariea, furaiahed an enT-etive
weapon to tight "Jim" Smith, i'lnio
cratic bOSS, who sISO vaunted :.i gx? to
The admiaiatration &' WashiagtoR
has already announced it? opposition
to the re-election of Martine, and one
of the purposes of Wednesday? ? <?t.
ference ii to aeleel son-, iicmocrat for
lari ino'a place who will ben 11 i
? uppoi ? ?
Domocral ic ma? ?? J?raey.
(.arrisnii I rgc?: lor i'lace.
S?cr?tai :? Can iaoa i.a- boeo irg d
by lea'initf bemocrati ken se lbs
itrongeel eaadi ?I. it? ? thai eould be
chosen, but Mr. Garrison's friends bore
say that be i? ?perfectly content where
he is and t ha.* in no eircumstaneei
will he consider becomlBR ;> cand dal
for any office in Ne* .ler<.?v
It i? not Improbable thai the con?
fort?es on Wedni ?luv will look favor*
ably ??i. the lelectio.i ?>f Frank S, I?;?'
enbaek ... ti.e "ori misation" choice to
........ Martine, Mr. Katzenbaeh i a
",hm" Smith adherent, bul thai would
be m 1.1* favor just now. as, with ??
Presideatial eUction earning on, every
effort is being made to bring sboat
harmony in the ranks of the Democrats,
In addition to the Sena'.oish.p, it is
understood that the selection of ;, eaR
didate for Governor and delegate? to
the coming national convention will he
discussed. Of course, it is not unlikely
that some kind of a Job for Mr. lirc-s
cup wi'.l also be taken up. He is now
State Treasurer, hut will lose that place
as ?oon as the incoming Legislature
gets a chance to select a Republican in
Martine to Malte a light.
Senater Martin?, however, is r can?
didate :*or renomination and ro-olectioa,
an?l he is going to tipjht for his place,
despite the opposition of the White
House. "Jim" has a lot of friends
among the-fanners of New Jersey, wno
look upon him as a great statesman and
will stand by him to the end.
A lively com- st for the Senatorship
.? also brewing among the Kinublican?.
Moth ewGovernor Stokes and ex-Oov
ernor Murphy will u^ain lock horns for
the piece, fast a? they did SVR .'.em*
ago, when Ar. Stokes won the indorse?
ment of the Republican? at the prim;?
ries. A Democratic Legislatur,- ?tood
in the way of hi? election, however.
The lines In this contest are already
being dr.wn, Mr. Murphy having. * is
?aid, form?e a coalition with David
Rain!. Republican boss of South Jene] ?
.'.1 soma minor boises. Despite the
in log together of the bosses against
Mr. Stoke?, hi? chances of winning are
better than those of Mr. Murphy, who
is a pronounced stand-patter.
Institution for Wounded Rus.
slans Now Has Forty Bed?.
Petrograd. Nov. 14. The American
Hospital was formally opened to-dsy
with enlarged quarters in the nre?er.re
of Baron Rosen, ex Ambassador to the
I'nited State?, ar.d Tount No?,'..'.?.. City
Councilman 8angaiU, a patron of th"
??ulllt ?..o.liU of on? llnfh?*r,
liu..,lei Ii?iii?n, Safety lUaor.
??tu? Rapaetaea irury WamOta,
?.n-r?mi ??romping -Itaebmeai, _ j
r>l__??i wilh It rtittlrtf ?.lee?, in !
?enolne red l?*n< her roll eOOOl
riMnpUte, ?*?? Malt meter*. lr
C. Klauberg & Bros., Inc.
h ItOOMfAeR mi ,
Jmn j 1TI-17J William St.
emeeojl OmjrU f^Womlermr?. ua/ommm.
"Even m mu author
looks tijxui .-?< ?f i u ? OM
Vollltlir of Nil works MS
In?*. liest contribution i<?
literature, we mirseWtt
look upon h S&ks dress
?_?, ?? i rt ? i < ? 111 as our be.1
contribution t<? clothes?
? ./ Saks t vetoing gat'
int'iit is somewhat in the
proportion of 10' ? cloth
mu? w, cut, or 10',
of the ctmn ntionalitu
which is customaru, untl
?iir < ni the individ?ala ?i
ichich is Saks.
? Th?' l.tesi Salt* Tux
<?il?i is ?ni close to the
figure, t?ced .ni?! |>i|K'?l
with Mitin, linked on one
button, Bnd hits grace,
i use, -. I \ ? ? *. fit, ?n'li. i ? 111 -
I il ? und important?!.
1 The iiev ?:s! Saks full
- n -??*, coal is shorter in
tile U.'lis!. loll-,?!- Ill III?'
skirt, tnore affectionate
nt the waist line, Bnd
sits ?m the figure with
Buddha - like compta
cenev and |xus?.
And it's ali in the i?iilorin?*!
Full Dren coat and
trousers $28 to $45
Tuxedo, coat and trou
sen $25 to $38
Dren Veits, in black
and white, $3.50 to $12
Broadway at 34th Street.
institution, and George T Marve, the
American Ambassador, who 1? president
of the hospital, delivered ?d*lre??ei.
Russian friends presented to the hos?
pital a portrait of Grand Duke Alexis.
the heir apparent. Two loldioiS re
?ponded to the addroisoi in BagUsh
and thanked th? Am?-ricana for their
gift ot' the hospital.
The hospital was organ,red in Octo?
ber, Itld, with twenty beds. It now
has forty bodl. and it?? appointment?,
conveniences and e?iu?|)rnent are model?
In every respect. Americans ?-'id Rus?
sians present at the reopening of th.*
institution heartily congratulated Am?
bassador Marve. Krank M. Win?hip. tho
secretary, and F. M Cor??, the treas?
urer, and their aaaoeiatea on it? inlen
iid record. . . . ,
In the flrat ?ear the hoanital nad an
income of J0.?O0 ruble $I.?.0O?),, in
tirel? from American ?.?irre?, of whicn
?.OO-? rubles cam. from the I i.
States There wer? treated i the ho?
pital 111' wounded Fr? ' nit?d
State? were received H pieose o'
medical supplies, which wer? ?listrib?
uted malniy among Russian hospital?.
Local American women ?ewed 3,000 aar
ments for soldier? and 'heir familiee.
Every soldier ?-i< equipped *ith com?
fort? before he returned to ?he front.
The manager.ient of the hoanital haa
rece ved many heartv letters of thanks
from Midien and their families.
RLO.I S.PAT OfTICC
5 Celebrated S
I Supreme in Style
I and Quality
178-IM Fifth Ave. Ill Breada? y
Atteint I? ?II Si-tewi??! Uli??