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THE SUN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912.
Diplomacy o Deinnnc. Needed
Heforins of Turkey in
CT11ES FOIl WAR COXTlXt'K
Allies Kiiper to Avenge Vnt
Crimes .mil (.'inise Eni'tny's
$l'fit,tl I able tietpa!ch t Tuc Si 1
J.o.vmiN. Uct. s- Whether win- or
pp.'ici; Is tin1 eventual outcome of tint
iUlkitn Hit n.it Imt there Is little prnpei't
of mi Iiiinicdinte niitlnrak unless III"
"suns K nff nf themselves." Kveiv
Government concerned in tin- present
dispute In well nvvaro of tin- Impending
action nf the Powers which expected
tn he I m I Ii 1 1 I to-dav slinulttiuciiual at
Constantinople, Solid. Kelitrndf nml
Iltisshi mill Austria, ns the manda
tories of the Power', will explain to
the (fiivernmonts of the utiles Hint III
Powois ciiltcellvel.v will nine the Port"
tn Intiodiuc renl refoniiM In the Mace
donian villaycts, while the Ambassadors
of tile I'mvers themselves will ootll
nitinicito to the t'orte Ititllvklii.illy lmt
In Identical terms the opinion that the
pffertlve nppllcutlon of article 23 of the
Hcilln irratv Is urgent.
It hems to he assumed that the Pnw
piu will itral with Turl.c.v more mildly
than the allies would and the lattir will
receive a reiterated warning to beware
of the conseciuenies of forcing war
Turkey Is well aware that the Jealousies
nmoiic th" Powers themselves make It
Impossible for them to use force In her
case If she Ignores their udmonltlons.
and any nppeaiance of coercion would
only render the eatnsttophe certain. For
this reason It Is anticipated that the
diplomatists at Constantinople will don
the velvet clow whea approaching the
In the mennwhll tin one Is Inclined
to lay bis odds na peai e All reports
Indlcnte that thi allies are sceptical
of Turkey's promise of reform, and
Incidents In hr past history are re
called to show that this sort of diver
sion 1? the favorite feature of Ottoman
policy in the face of a dilemma. Tur
key, tliev s.iv, wants time to complete
Iter mobilization, and the offer of le
fnrmsi which need not. necessarily, ma
terialize. Is to create a delay, enabling
Turkey to get her iirmy in trim.
Moreover. It Is feared that the war
like passions are too deeply stirred
alike in Turkey and In the countries
of the allies to permit the Governments
lo give way without danger to them
selves The Governments of the allies,
piinlculatly. may think the anger of the
Powers Is more easily faepd thnn thp
furious icyentmcnt of their subjects if
tboy fall to exact the reforms to en
fotce which they mobilized their armies.
Hu'saria especially Is committed to
the enforcement of reforms, and It Is
genriaii bei.eved that any backdraw-
ng now will i o.t King Ferdinand his
llirone and perhaps his life. It is nn-
luestlonable that the Hulgais are burn
ing to light the Turks and tho Turks
are burning to fight the Hulgars.
The Porto points out that Its decision
to institute reforms Is not a sudden re
solve, but Is the outcome of more than
f) month of deliberation, and the ques
tlon indeed has been considered much
longer than that. It remains to.be
proved whether If the decision of Tur
key Is carried out It will satisfy the al
lies, as the law of 1SS0 does not ap
proach autonomv for .Macedonia,
amount. ng merely to administrative de
centralization, which leaves the sov
ereignty of the Sultan unimpaired.
Conflrnf itlnn is still lacking of past
reports of lighting on the frontier. The
Dully Mm! to-day has a brief despatch
from Pelgraile dated, somewhat unin
telligibly. "Wednesday." which says that
a serious encounter hns occurred on the
The Tlmrs'a correspondent at Pod
porltza. In -Montenegro on the Albanian
frontier, states that the Catholic Al
banians In Mallssla refuse the term
offered to the Moslem Albanians In Kos
kovo. Esad Pasha. In command of the
Turkish troops, therefore attacked the
Christian tribesmen and threatens to
annihilate the Mallssorl tribe. That
newspaper's correspondent ut Salonlca,
telegraphing under date of October 0.
states that lie has been Informed that
the danger of war between Oreece and
Turkey is considered obviated. Two
Greek steamers which were arrested by
Turkey were allowed to 'depart nt noon
Hut In spite of all this optimism
war Is not by Any means out of tho ques
tion. The Targticht Umin'scha.u of Herlin
says, on what authority it is not known,
that Turkey will deliver an ultimatum
to the llalkan States this morning. This
will demand, sas the (Jerman paper,
that Ilulgarla send Imck her mobilized
troops from the border country or he
prepared to tight within twenty-four
The ItiHsian Minister of Foreign Affalis.
M KazonolT, after long conferences as to
the situation in tins city and in Paris. has
arrived in lierlm, where ho will confer
to-duv with Geiman olllclals. It Is
expected that the Russian Ambassador
at Vienna will join his countryman in
conference witli llerr von Kiderlen
Waecliter, tho German Foteign Minister.
"I am it little morn hopeful than 1 wa-i
nnd 1 can hardly hpeak more optimistically
then that," w.ii tlm reply of M. SazonofT.
thn Kii"lvi 'ur?igii Minister, lo an in
torrogaim legmling I ho llilkati situ
ation uliot'.'l hi- train at H-rlin .
H" wild I'M' t her that the reform lo hi
demand "I liom Turkey ate tlios em
bodied hi tlin TiukUh law of isso and aie
to be admmi-ieivd in tin- t-piiii of A'ticl
XXIII or the Treaty of Berlin
Hu' whil'i the diplomats are busied with
eoiitoieiupr. nnd prnleetatioiis the eopleM
of nil Hie little tountlies concerned aio
demanding war and Hie troops are strain
ing at each other across their lionier.
'I ho mobilization of all Ihe armies is
nearly completed, and in many (pinners
It is (eared Hint thn bringing together
of so many (Ightin men cannot pass off
without wmio s-iiiKiiino iiiddent
The temper of Oreece i shown Inllie
tepurt Ih.'.t (Ireeks swiiimed aboard a
Turkish sleaiiiHlilp lying in the Pir.i"ii,
tlm seaport of Athens, mill maiilnl thn
crew and passengers Many were. in.
jured in the Iron for all light Hun fol
lowed Turkey has lieiuii that miiiih of
III" injureil imssengers were women and
has demanded reparnt ion
II Is reported tliat the I'opHs preparing
to oiler his services in mediation. A new s
agency report from Homo says that a
meeting of the Haired College was called
IwrUdly yesterday to discuss the
Quality Never Varies
llalkan slliiatlon uud that this decision
Tht1 Commercial Cable Compuny Yes
terday made the following announcement
"Owiutc to Interruption of Kuropeati lines
and pressure of truffle, niCHi-agcs from
Turkey In Kurope, Turkey in Asia, Turk
ish islands, Hedjuz. Yemen. India and
countries beyond via Turkey are accepted
ouly at the sender s risk uud are subject
to delay. "
The Western Union Telegraph Company
gave out the following notice:
'Tlie International Telegraph Office at
Ileru. Switzerland, has issued an official
notice to all telegraph administrations
throughout the world to the effect that
all tlm telegraph wires hi Ihe territory of
Turkey, in Kutope. are unavailable for
telegraphic correspondence. Tho routes
via Constana, Odessa and llatoun, how
ever, are available for Turkish corre
speerfence NO GREEK FAITH IN TURKEY.
(internment tn llnlil Troiiim I'ntll
llpfnrm re locnmplliiliril.
Spcmt Vabl ,jiirA tn True Scv
Athens, Oct. 7 Turkey's promise of
reforms In her Kuropean provinces is
received here with scepticism. Orek
public opinion demands guarantees, and
the Government has been urged to stand
firm until the reforms have been Initi
ated. The Government Is urged to do
this on the ground that the military
and naVHl forces In a state of mobiliza
tion will make impossible the nullifica
tion of the promised reforms.
A great ovation awaits King George,
who will be back Jn the capital to
morrow. S0BRANJE VOTES FOR WAR.
ItaHflrn .Mntilllinllon In lliilcnrln
A mill Rnlhnalnaiii,
fiptrial fitllt flrtpatrh to Tnr Srv
Sofia, Oct 7 The extraordinary ses
sion of the Sobranje, or Parliament,
which was specially convened to deal
with the mobilization of the military
forces and the declaration of martial
law, formally closed to-day, having with
much enthusiasm sanctioned the Govern
Several of the deputies turned over
their salaries to the War Office for the
purpose of purchasing, nn'aeroplane
Nothing that Is known so far regard
ing Turkey's reform movement has
made the least difference In the national
attitude, which demands a far greater
security than Turkey's word. There is
a profound distrust or total Indifference
to the whole proposal unless or until
on absolute guarantee under the Powers
supervision Is visible. Rven then Bul
garia will want a share In controlling
The war clamor throughout Ilulgara
MOHAMMEDANS ARE ENRAGED.
nrniciilrar Declare (h rial Inn I'nnrn
I'ntiaplrr In Itoli Them.
Spteiat dibit lpatr!i lo Tm Six.
Cu.ci-rr., Oct. 7. The excitement is
increasing among tho Mohammedans
of Bengal over the Palkau situation. At
a mass meeting held to-day, which in
cluded many Hindus, violent resolutions
declaring that the present tangle is a con
spiracy of the Christian Powers to rob
the Moslems of their kingdoms were
A part of one of the resolutions was as
follows: "'I he Hihle followers are the
enemies of the Koran followets and the
cry of Allah Akbar. which resounded
from the walls of Vienna, will bi; heard
again in the uttermost part of the world."
FIGHTING NEAR BERANA.
Itrliort HeHclira Otllllje of Sharp
riuah With Tnrka.
Sltrri.ti t able Aif.jwri to Tnr Srv
i'kttisjk, Oil. 7. -News has been ie
celved bete stating that sharp fighting
between a Turkish futce nnd sum-)
Christian Insurgents bus occurred near
King Nicholas to-day tevlewed the
troops which were "tnitlng for the
frontier The whole population nf this
city gme an ovation lo the soldiers,
who lefl singing patriotic songs.
FIRST GREEK SHIP SEIZED.
I'lirUa Tiikr leiuiier l.einililiia nml
i:lelll In ( iinatiillltlliililr.
Situ ml atjlr lirtpatil, tti TllK Sis
Co.N.-m.STi.Nni'i.K. Oct 7 -The Turks
have brought the Gieek steamship
I.eonldas and Hlenl bete from thn Dar
danelles. It Is undeistood that all the
others will follow. This apparently Is
the III Kt selzute of a Gieek ship.
Gteece has again protested against
Turkey detaining her shipping vessels.
ITALY MAKES ANOTHER MOVE.
Troopa lleeiii Terrlliir run nil Hip
liulf of llolllllH.
iprcml utile lieipaect tu Tnr .ci v
It.MK. (let 7. The Oovet nmeiit an
nounces that tho Italian naval and
military foices have, landed and occu
pied tho teirltory around the Gulf of
Itomba. which is between Derim and
Tobruk In Tripoli.
The TlllUlsli fultes showed no re
FOUND DEAD IN FKANCE.
iiiiiuulil lii I hive II pen , r. It oil n r
nf I'lii'llnnd, Ore.
spetMl I uhle llriimlil, to Tin; St
Puns, (Jet 7 The corpse of a man
was found on the railroad Hack at Ab
beville, iwentv-tlve miles northwest of
Amiens, mi September IV. and while the
ideiidfli iitliin has not been made cer-
tnli, ill., limit lu i,i-u,,,,w,l.l II... . I
' ,' ' ,,iimi in,, tutu Ml
II V Bodney of Portland, Ore,
It Is believed that the man met Ida
death by accident. Ther.o are no sub
gestlnna nf robbery, aa the victim'
money and pa peri werojnot touched.
"KILL THE TURKS!" CRY
A Thousand Country men Sinjr
nnd Shout us Ifpstirvisls
(!o to Rejoin Army.
WAHLIKK SPfitlT IN ALL
Kitiid to Jieneh $125,000. Will
Send to Greece Many More
Wlio Want to Fi-'liU
A thousand Greeks stood with bared
heads and sung their national unthein
s the steamship Mmloniia of the l'abr
l.lne swung out from her pier at trie
tout of Thirty-first street, Brooklyn,
at 6 o'clock Inst night, currylnx back
lo the fatherland 6U0 reservists who
want lo light the Turks.
An elfort hud been mude to keep all
women from the pier, so that the mar
tial spirit or voyagers might not be
shaken, bill h few refused to stay away,
uml so there were some tears shed and
ninny long embraces exchanged before
the ship left. A score of big Greek
national Itannets wele waving and cries
of "Kill the Turks' Kill the Turks!"
were shouted on every hand.
Tile Greek war relief fund which is
being raised In this count! y by the.
Pan-Hellenic 1'nlon will reach JILT.. 000
within two weeks. It was announced
last night nt the oltlce of the union,
37 Bridge street. Nearly J7.00H has al
ready been received from the Greeks
In this clt as a result of the big mass
meeting In the Amsterdam Opera
House on Sunday afternoon, and re
ports are coming In from cities all over
the country that funds have been
The Madonna will take on mote re
servists nt Providence this mornlne.
After touching Ht Marseilles and Naples
the ship will land the Greeks nt Pi
rn ti. 1'rom there they will scutter to
l(.loln their regiments.
The original call to the reservists
wns Issued on October I. Within forty
days from thnt time every reservist
must be In his place In the ranks, er
subject himself to punishment If he
ever returns to the fatherland. It Is
tstlmnted that nt least 5,000 will have
left this country by October -'0. The
present call Is for men between the
ages of 21 and 32. If there Is another
summons It will be for men from 32
to 40 years of age.
All day yesterday the Pan-Hellenic
t'nlon wns In receipt of telegrams from
Greeks In many cities of this country
Inquiring what they should do to aid
their country. Mot of them haven't
the means to get back to Greece. As
fast as he Is uble President Augustus
Slnadtnn of the union, who, with Gen
eivU Manager Constantlne Papmlhalou
polos, Is In charge of the newly estab
lished headquarter: here. Is sending out
telegrams assuring all inquirers Hint
money will he furnished them for pas
sage and that their families will be
taken care of In their absence. To
these purposes the money raised by th
popular subscriptions Will be devoted.
Greek Consul-General DImltrlos Bo
tnssi yesterday sent a cnblegium to
Prime Minister Klcutherlos Venlzelos.
Informing him of tho meeting here Sun
dny nfternoon, when 5,000 Greeks were
present, and of the other gatherings
In the .various centres.
"The Greeks In AmerlCA are behind
their country's cause to a man," wns
part of the message.
NO SINGLE TAX FOR HIM.
llhl I, lord Oenricr AnlhnrUra
Denial nf nn Annolnit II am or.
1.ONH0V. Oct. 7- David I.loyd George.
the Chancellor of the British Exchequer.
emphatically denies the recent rumor
Hint he Is In favor of the single tax.
The Bight Hon. George Lambert, a
radical member of Parliament, In a
speech to-night at Chawielgh ridiculed
the single tax and said that Mr. I.loyd
George authorlzui him to say that he Is
not. never has been and Is never likely
to be a single taxer. The Chancellor,
the speaker udded, does not believe that
it Is possible to regenerate any Indus
try by the single tax, least of all the
MORE BLOODSHED IN CUBA.
Political riiclit llranlla In Ilealli of
Tno anil WouimIIiik of Klitlit.
Spenat I'uhte IleipttteU to The Stw
1Uvna. Oct. 7 -Another bloody po
litical fight between Conservatives nnd
Liberals occurred to-day In the town of
Colon, In Matanzas province Two Lib
erals were killed and six were wounded.
Two Conservatives were wounded.
Moro than two hundred shots were
fired by the opposing sides.
FORTUNE FOR IRISH LEADERS.
Woman l.rmi'i .'IH, 1)1)1) In ItnliuniuU
nml lielr llardle,
KDlNDtiRQll, Oct. 7.- Jane Keepen. a
woman Si: years old, who died here ie-
cently, left her personal estate, amount
ing to more than 138,000, In equal shares
to John Hedrnond and William Bed-
mnnd, leaders of the Irish Nationalist
party, and .lames Ker Hurdle, leader of
the Socialist party.
4TH CENTURY CHAPEL FOUND.
I leiiiirlniil Dlaeoirrr nn Mir of Pope
SI. Marcrllns'a llnnar.
special fable nnpatrh to Tna Sc.v
Bo MR, Oct. 7. A fourth century
chapel, with a baptistry which Is at
tributed to Popo St. Marcellus, lias
been discovered on the site of the for
mer Pope's house, It Is In n well pre
served condition nnd Is of the utmost
historical and arclueologlcnl Interest.
CUBAN REPORTER SENTENCED,
(illiann'a aaiillnnt (iela i'vin anil a
Half ear a,
Speiuil ('able tietpntcU tit Tine Si v.
IIava.nv. Oct 7 -Mnza, the Cuban re
porter, who aiNS.iulted the American
"barge d'Alf.ilres, Hugh Gibson, on the
night of August -K. was sentenced lo
dav to two .vears and six months In
II r 1 1 1 mIi Hoard uf Trade Mnlenienl,
Spenal i able lte$pntrh lo Tub Sii
London', Got. 7 Tho Hoard of Trade
ihiMled ils September statement to-ilay,
It shows Imports amounting to 0?:!, (no
and exports of $Jin.ii'.'J,.nri, This is an
increase of $17,.V.'fl,lfl.'i in imports nnd an
increase of l.1l,2ll,n;n in exports.
l-'nr eleven months, despite the coal
strike and the dock strike, the increase,
in imports has been $lB7,.5l,155 and tho
bowH 1b export lUIJUteft.
FRENCH YACHT BLOWN ASHORE.'
M, Itocherau nnd Crptr of Ten It ea
rned ! I'aliiia.
Special Catlt tlnpoteA to Tni Sv
Pai.ma. Ualaerlo Inlands, Oct. 7. Tho
Kietuii yacht, Delga, owned by M,
Itueheiaii. wan caubt In a hurricane,
and blown uhore Ihere. The veasol
was badly damaged, but the owner and
crew of ten wele rescued.
The Hulaerlc Islands are strewn with
the wreckage of other vessels.
$10,000 OF LOST
Continued from Ftrat I'agc,
know the contents and tho men having
charge of thn safe knew nothing of thn
letter, and moreover such u theft was
impossible without the collusion of many
persons. Furthermore, the New York
Post Office reeeivlm? It as In trooil eon.
ditioti proves that It was not tampered
with Neither the New Vork Post Oflloe
nor the Park Hank would have received
the letter if it had been tampered with.
ii woiiia seem possible, he said, that
A tiank plnntnVfM mnlrlnt- nn thU tiunl-
1 y - . . - - r. " r -
Airn Sllbstlf tiled n ulmllnr mtrlfAiru wlitpb
the messenger innocently mailed.
Senor Wamerchant waa again visited
by Tint 8t).N corrcspodent lute to-night
and was informed or a 110.000 bill having
been found. He conceded tho facts
expressing the lielief that the thoft oc
curred in the post office here. He was
at a loss, however, to explain how tho bill
r'llll.l in I ... .luntallA.) V... 1,1- l...l. I.. tk.
J Some arrests In the case probably will
De made to-night,
PACKAGE ARRIVED IMTACT.
bnvred o Slajn of llelna Tampered
With nn .lonrne?.
Sercli for the 1300,000. which the Na
tional Hank of Cuba sent br registered
mail fo the National Park Bank on Sep
tember 27. but which never reached its
destination, centred yesterday on Havana,
the bank itself, tho post oftlceat the Cuban
capital and the steamship that carried
the mall from Havana to Key et
All the work of the New York post
office inspectors and secret service men
generally only tended to establish that
the registered pouch arrived intact on
October 1, that it. had not been tamperod
with, that a National Park Bank pack
age was in it. that It showed no signs
of having been opened, but that un
deniably the money wat- gone. It van
agreed that the entire affair constitutes
about the most baffling international
mail mystery the Department has dealt
with in many years. There was less
uneasiness also because it developed that
the entire sum was in $10,000 bills and a
German insurance company Is tho only
loser. Acting Chief Post Office Inspector
Harber said yesterday:
"Krery piece of mail put In tho reg
istered pouch at Havana for which re
ceipt was made out in duplicate has been
accounted for; it was all present in the
bag when it arrived at this office on Octo
ber 1 The package consigned to the
National Park Bank was duly delivered
and receipted for. What that package
contained or did not contain this office
does not know.
"I had not been Informed that $2 or
$:oo.nno woj in it. The package was de
livered and subsequently we were notified
that there should have been JIOO.ooo."
While Mr. Harber did not say so. it
became known that his service between
the time it received the first information
and yesterday had followed the registered
pouch in its course from the port of Ha
vana to New York. It had come across
to Key West and had been transhipped
with other registered pouches to a postal
car which was not opened until it oamo
Into the city. No one could have opened
the package on its entiro trip without
breaking tho lock or cutting the hag, and
noither had been done. As a matter of
fact the United States postal authorities
are not inclined to believe that the job
is up to them and they are waiting to
hear from their Cuban confreres,
Maurice K, Ewer, cashier of the Nation
Park Batik, reiterated what he said on
Sunday, that the bank had only the in
formation or advices it had received from
the National Hank of Cuba to go by. It
had compared the contents of the package
received with the advices and had discov
ered that the 1200,000 was missing, where
upon it had notified the Havana banking
Itepresentatives or the National Bank
of Cuba, which is regarded as a strong
institution with American backing, de
clared yesterday that they are not out a
cent by ihotriinsaction. Their shipments
outside and inside the bunk are insured
by the Mannhuim company, one of the
largest insurers of International currency
shipments in the world,
"Our bank is fully protected by this
insurance," said J. i . Monahati, manager
of the New York agency of the hank at 1
Wall street. Advices received assure us
that the money, which consisted of twenty
ItO.ODO bills, was duly committed to the
oare of the Havana ostal authorities. Our
financial roionsibll!ty ooosed tho mo
ment ihe money was thus dlsfiosed. When
we were informed that it hud not arrived
we notified the Mannheim company, which
riecessaiily told Ihe mstul authorities,
and, we assume, employed detectives,
Our bank Ih wholly protected."
Tho insurance company retained the
Hums agency to help out in thn search,
according to a notice sent broadcast yes
terday. It read as follows,
The ivon.ooo sent by Ihe National Hank of
Cuba to the National Park Hank of New
York, which disappeared sometime between
Its shipment on September 27 and arrival
of registered mill due here on October I,
oomlili'il of twenty bills in denominations
of IIu.ikm each. The serial numbers follow-.
('-10164, I333, Kit SB . I3!);, SJ47, 6fH4, 7fl40,
7(144, MM. I.tl.l.'i, S7IS D--I.1M, I'.'Sfl, .1451,
ill , SOH2, 300. DS4. 72, MISS.
Any bankers, brokers or other persons
to whom anv of those bills may he tendered
i requested to immediately notify the
William .1 Hums National Detective Agency
or snv of its branches.
Neither Ihe detectives nor the insurance
companies believe that any attempt will
lie mane to spenu tno nig dims, ii would
be impossible to do this anywhere In the
world, They do expect, however, that
within a reasonable time some person in
terested will receive a letter which will
set fortli that ihe witter has them or
knuws where they are. and that for a cer
tain Mini, hi omul fia.iKX) or f lli.OOO. he will
i el in n them, or if the sum named is not
given, they will be destroyed.
"Very likely the public will never know
the fact h about it," said a man who has had
to do .with such oases, "for the correspond
ence will not liowith any of thea thnritlcs
and nothing will be known until tho
embargo is taken olT the hills by tho an
nouncement that they have liceu re
turned," Thero have been numerous similar in
stances. Only four years ago, it wsh re
called yesterday n non-negotiable bond
of the old Manhattan Bank, which was
robbed in the '70s', turned tip In New York.
It had been entirely useless to the mad
IIiiiih Kill p. Welsh DiNi'fital)
lishiiKMit and KliM'turnl He
fonn on Programme
UOVKKN-MKNT MAY FA Mi'
Irish I'aily Only Supporting
Liberals to Pass Their
Special ' able Dupaleli to Til l .
I.os'ihi.s', Oct. 7. The House nf Com
mons assembled more or less resignedly
to-duy for the autumn session, which
has begun to be regarded as the In
evitable annual Infliction. It was evi
dent at the outset that the anxiety over
the Ilulkons overshadowed , domestic
matters, of which the report on thrTI
tunic disaster was placed as the first
business on the programme.
Premier Asipiltli wns absent, owing tn
a slight chill, and this lefl the temporary
leadership to Chantllor Lloyd George.
Hefore the House took up the Titanic
report several uuestlons were asked.
J Among other things the Unionists"
wanted to know whether Winston
Churchill's scheme for ten to twelve
separate local Parliaments for the
United Kingdom was sanctioned by the
Cabinet, Mr. Llody (leorge read Premier
Asqulth's written noncommittal answer
and he pointed out that Mr. Churchill,
when he announced the scheme at Dun
dee, said he spoke for himself only.
Further questions ns to whether Pre
mier Asnulth approved the plan only
drew Inarticulate smiles from both Mr.
Lloyd (Jcorge and Mr. Churchill.
Sir Kdward Orey's statement on the
Dnlkans was listened to with great Inter
est, but many of the members left after
the Foreign Minister had concluded and
the debate on the Titanic report began
with n smnll attendance. Leslie Fred
eric Scott, t'nlonlst member from the
Liverpool Exchange division, set forth
the views of the shipping Interests, stat
ing that the Hoard of Trade's rule call
ing for lifeboats for all the persons on a
vessel would compel many steamers tn
carry such n load of lifeboats that they
would be unseaworthy.
The debate turned mainly on tho
Hoard of Trade's proposals which are
bused on the Titanic catastrophe and
accusations of the board's negligence
toward general rules before the disas
ter. The night Hon. Sydney Huxton,
Presldeat of tho Hoard of Trade, de
fended the board and promised adequate
consideration of the suggestions made
by the various members during to-day's
discussion. The debate wos then ad
journed. In the course of the evening notice
wns given In regard to the Govern
ment's proposals for closure on the
home rule bill. These proposals pro
vide for twenty-five days discussion of
the bill during the committee stage, live
days for the report stage nnd two days
for the third reading or passage. The
Government's proposals will be discussed
by the House on Thursday.
Three nuitters of vital Importance are
to be disposed of at this session of the
House of Commons. These are Irish
home rule, the disestablishment of the
Church of Knglnnd In Wales and the
proposed election reform. The Liberal
Government supports all thesn meas
ures, The Conservatives came prepared to
fight tooth and nail against all three
measures. Already at the start they
had flf ty-fi pages of amendments to
the home rule bill on hand, simply to
delay It. The Liberals will resist de
lay. however, hy drastic application of
the "guillotine," or Parliamentary rules
which limit the time for debate, and
the "kangaroo," whereby the majority
disregards frivolous amendments.
As to the Welsh bill, the Church of
F.nglnnd is reckoned politically ns
a part of the aristocracy a "mn
chine" for retention of power,
and Hie proposal to rob the
Church of Its official standing in Wales
Is ns offensive to the Urltlsh "ruling
class" there as home rule Is to the
so-called "ruling clnss" In Ireland.
The election reform bill seeks to
abolish the system by which the aris
tocracy has multiplied tho number of
Its own votes about ten times and de
prived the working classes of approxi
mately 1,000,000 votes, as charged bv
the advocates of the changes now pro
The Liberal tenure of office, how
ever, Is precarious. Counting Its own
members of the House of Commons, as
well ns the forty-two Labor members
nnd the seventy-six Irish, the Govern
ment hns a majority of 110, but the
Labor men were ready to secede at
any time on slight provocation nnd the
Irish members were only Interested In
keeping the Administration In office un
til home rule should be finally as
sured. AMERICAN DIES ON LINER.
lalilore I'lnena of Montana Was Ite
turiiliig in Cierman)-.
fptetal Caltle flenpatch to Tnr. Scn
Pi.tsioi:tii, Oct. 7 Tho steamship
Knlser Wilhelm der Grosse, which
stopped here to-day en route to Hre
mon. reported that Isidore Plncus of
Montana died on board the vessel on
Friday Inst from pyelocystltls. He was
burled nt sea.
Mr. Plncus was on his way from the
Vnlted States to Germany to consult a
PERSIA TO TRY A LOAN.
Cabinet Will llroprn Mrjllaa and
llillae Army to US.OOO,
Special fable tleipatch to The Srv
TRHKitAN, Oct. 7. -The Persian Cabinet
announces its intention to try another
loan of $1,000,000 in Kngland and Russia;
also to reopen Parliament und to raise
the army to iH.otio men.
nr Mohammed Khan, the ally of
Salar-ed-Ilowieh, the former Shah's
brother, has boon killed and his troops
scattered In a fight with Government
troops near Kermanshah. Kalar-od-
Dowlcrt (ltd not share in thn engagement
nnd he fled on learning of tho result.
KILLS WIFE AND HIMSELF.
Allierl i K'lonnrler tlao U omnia
I'llntf Morse l'nlall.
('MOVHr. Alb.. Oct. 7 -Craved when
he believed himself unable to effoct n
reconciliation with his wife, .lohn (J,
Davis, a financier and realty operator,
fired three bullets Into the body of Mrs,
Davis, killing her Instantly, faUlly
wounded Mildred Dixon, a private nurse,
and then ended his own life to-day.
The tragedy was the culmination of
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ENTERS PLEA OF GUILTY
HiiNinpss Ajrent for Iron workers
Rpinnndpd by Court for
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.loll, nnd Initials Attracted
Indianapolis, Oct 7 A sensation sur
passing that caused hy the District. At
torney's denunciation of H. S. Hook in
on Saturday came to-day in the dyna
mite cases When tho District Attorney
announced at the opening of the court
that Kdward Clark, business agent of tho
Cincinnati local of the ironworkers,
wanted to change his plea or not guilty
to one of guilty, As the announcement
was mado every eye in the court room
was levelled upon Clark, who rose and
walked toward the Judge's stand.
"Do you plead guilty?" asked .lodge
"I plead guilty." said Clark.
The prisoner was separated from the
forty-five other defendants and taken
to Jail to await sentence.
('lark pleaded guilty to five counts
of conspiracy and fifty counts of being
a principal to the actual illegal interstate
shipment of dynamite and nitroglycerine
Clark was business agent and president
of Local Union 44 of the International
Association of Bridge and .Structural Iron
Workers from January, loos, to July, 1911.
His activities in promoting explosions,
Ut. Miller asserted, were carried on
through letters written hy Prank M.
Hysn, president of the union, und tho
McKamaraa. An Ivory handled umbrella
bearing the initials "K. C." which was
found in the wreckage of a dynamited
bridge at Dayton, Ohio, Mr. Millers aid,
led to the disclosure that Clark actually
had caused the explosion. He used Hie
umbrella to protect the dynamite from
tho rain and then left It behind. Clark'
was also charged with carrying out plots
against employers of non-union labor.
The District Attorney continued his
statement to the jury to-day nnd had not
completed it when court adjourned this
afternoon. Ho took up tho connection
of Philip A. Cooley or New Orleans with
thn dynamiting operations. Ho said that
Cooley was a member, of tho executive
board when 11,000 a month was set aside
for the use of J. J, MoNaniarn in paying
A long list of letters alleged to have
passed between K. K Philip nnd .1 It,
Cut-roll of Syracuse and ,1 ,1 McN'ain.ira
was road by Mr Miller Letters referring
to getting men to do certain "jolirt." the
United States Attorney chitrgrd, referred
to dynamiting "jobs" which occurred
shortly afterward at Syracuse.
Charles Deuin of Mltineipolis, Mr Miller
said It would bo t-hown by the evidence.
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obtained some of the alarm oloo. for tho
infernal machines used in tho ctHnjracv
These clocks were obtained ut Vnninpi,'
Canada. Mr Miller siid, and sap ?er7
found in the hm-nment of the Aorlrnn
Central Life lliiildini; where J.I mJ
Namsra wes arrested '
GIRL COMMITS HARA-KI.
I'nrUlenne nlil She llupril tnnVe
I'rnuee From Peril Itlnn. '
i Special fable .VwfrA to Tnr. ,Sr
Pakis, Oct. 7 A servant girl lffr.
who was IB years old, has commld
harn-klrl. She lefl word that the deas
of Gen. Nogl and hlH wife near Ton
the dny th" Kmpornr wns being hurt!
impressed her very deeply and she
cldfd to Imitate the. heroes In the how
to save Ktnnce from perdition.
ANOTHER FATALITY IN AIR.
Atlalnr'a .Mef linnle Klllril In Pnll nl'
Special falle tutaiti In Tnr. Si v
noiiK. Oct. 7. One man was killed whn
nn army aerolano wan overturned to-d.iv
while flying above the aerodrome at
Masa -1 jomhyrdji
I.ieut. Oorluf.cn. who was piloting the
machine, wvi seriously injured and hw
mechanic, Hocnlo, who acted as tlm pas
senger, wai killed outright
FLASHES FIIOM Till: I A .:.
MATmDr-Kiriv.fnur i.rlonrr. mo.t .f
whom wen brlsumla .in. I robber. nut
from the irlon nt I'nntevnlrs Tlicv 1 I
he civil suriR Knur of ihe eonvlrt. .vf .
Killed inc twelve wiiumJrri Tn entv .una
were .-aplllril. Kl of (he ihll nu'vv . r
.MADHK-TIic Mayor nml mrintiria of
tho Stunlcpul Corporation of the port of
V":"lw,,v",o',', ne -uii.r,t iramoip
Larpithln mil pre.fntnl the mtUer of tie
hip with pine of ellver pt.it.. in reeonnl
tloii of thwerciie of the Tlt.inlc nurvlvor.
HT PKTJHSIIPItii -dirtl ,lu,. VnU.,i
Htaue Ainaouilor lo ltueli. returned lir-e
from ,i hn vleli io .vmeilcn.
pOVKK-Dlvf r found ihe wreci nf tli.
nrlllsh euraarlne 11.;. 'vhirh urn run .lnn
am) sunk Mth fifteen emirr nnrl men lot
J rlday by the Hsinburtr-Ainrrlt an team
coi.ocsi Vlnre viilued ,n million, "f
dollars hav been ileirojfd l fro.i In ii
Ithlne afy and vlrlnl.v durlnii the I ,n
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witli (lirOtniler n hot utovo to bake oi
ontsidn Mrccze. The best of pibbei-.
will comito an initlmsly end tinles
tliy iTCife roninmbb care.
liny Mii'MHrW rubber and ohno.e Mio.
while dal' Htoeks lire complete tlie'i von
will bnveo dlftlciilty In cott iim: ii lono
fit iitul mn sine tbey will she s.itnl.u
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