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THE SUN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
Vezofinf ions On With ,T. P. Mor
gan. Kiilm Tioob and Two
MOXKY TOR DKVELOPMENT
, pinlT Mny Dcmnnrl Tcnco
With linlknn Allies ns
Anchor International loan, this time
3H tn (''linn, hut to Turkey, Is In proc
pf negotiation, The amount of tho
ln.in I between $40,000,000 anil $50,-
The "merlrnn group" nf bankers
the ni:!e.1 forces of the Arm nf J, P. Mor
pin t the National City Hank, tho
j.'lri N'.it.'ii.il tlank nml the Ilrm of
KuHi. I-"1' Co. It 1 understood.
in, n asked to enter Into ncgotla
tinn" Hi'l h.it- done so.
Ac i'ii in with the six Power loan to
ChliM. 'I' ' present Turkish loan Is prl
mar"v nf 11 PHtIoal anil International
c' .ir.nier The State Department has
fn'ercf into diplomatic negotiations nml
In i .ir -ert with Kuropcan Powers has
taken M i lie question of a large loan to
I irKiM ir i "it mi ,,,,,,-, in i, -i in, 11,1 in,.
frrnips "f hankers. It Is believed that
o" i' e Continental Powers who were
repn orntcl In the proposed Chinese
lun "f tsoo.nno.ooo are concerned In
the present loan negotiations.
IV.ve between ftnly and Turkey is
th tlrsf and primarily Important con
dition nf the loan to Turkey. The no
pr.'la! mis were entered Into nbout two
:nnn" s ago. Ions hefore there existed
sua" 'f Immediate cause for the war
thv has Just been opened up In the
liill. in. If Turkey expects to get this
mnnov pence In the nalkans will ho an
other sttlet condition.
About Hie middle of the summer It
le'am known In Wall Street that New
Y'Tk hankers had heen Pounded as to n
Turk loan. Men who have large po
tential Interests In Turkey said yester
day that It had heen understood that the
altl'ml "f American banker? to a Turk
!h loan had heen very favorable In the
early part of the loan talk, and that
thts bankers had taken little active
!nfre.t In the loan.
The Montenegrin situation, however.
In the las' few day? has brought tho
Jen question to a head and active nego
til1 im are going on. Peace with Italy
s nFnrecl If 'ho loan goes through and
iurkev wiu nave in grant certain ron
er5 ins to Its Hilkan nelqlibnrs In order
e pvh up a peace there If tho money
is t . ho loaned, was the understanding
of 'tie 'oan yeterd.iy In Wall Street.
A' 'he oillre of .1. P. Morgan & Co.
jo ordiy th report that negotiations
nro on fnr tlie loan was not denied.
Members of the firm refused, however,
f "nflrm It or to have anything to say
ah it the report. At the office of Kuhn,
L.ieh Co.. the National City Hank and
the P'rst National Bank officers llko
w -e eiiil bave nothing to say.
I' was the prevailing opinion In Wall
F-rfBt however, that through the State
Ipiriment the bankers had heen en
' II 'ed In this International loan move
ment nnd that It was very much In the
niturp of a larce reorganization loan to
cnah e Turkey to pay off some of Its
dciit" nnd go ahead with Its rehabilita
tion after the Italian war, opening up
te -nintry for the rich commercial de
velopment that American and European
fnc'neerlng, mining nnd development
Cnni-erns are anxious to engage In.
prime doubt was expressed In a num
tnr nf quarters that the loan negntla
tl ns would be successful In the face of
tho extreme difficulties In the way. It
was the npinlon of those who are In
t"i. h with Turkish affairs hut aro not
ennrorned In thn loan negotiation that
firh negotiations were far from being
In a state of completion and were In a
ra-''er dellcato position. j
.- "j',.,,. 'ii nna i Ajiitiini . y-. j
f'rinsly, however, by these outside In-VN-ms
that such a loan would bo a good
th'ng for Turkey nnd would bo of ad
, vm'ace to all Interests who wcro only
ua't'ng for the present turbulence In
the empire to subside to take up active
('"nierelal and material development
work. They expressed themselves ns
h"lng In favor of such a reorganization
Imti ns a bulwark for general commer
ce, prosperity In thn country.
I' was pointed out yesterday that Tur- I
W Is ery much In the position that
tnina Is There Is vast wealth In mln
'rai resources and In railroad building
!n the land that Is on the eve of develop
ment The nation Is In the midst of Its
preat awakening nnd on the threshold
of development. Those who nre lntl
ma"e,y interested In the country hold
ny wonderful progress for It nnd are
snx!"in to hnve this work begun.
Tv Instead of the prospect of Bal
kan peace ns tho Immediate nnd chief
end if the loan, appeared to bo tho pre
d.rr i-atlnc motive that would enlist
A'n.-r' an capital In n, Turkish loan, ac-cir-
'.a to those outside of the loan who
kn'W x ,r''ey,
- POWERS' NOTE TO TURKEY.
tn Au Itpfnrni In Knronrnn
TiirUry A (Tain.
.'trail rar,if i)p(tich tn Tnr Sn.
I.'Mn, dot. 10. Late despatches
fr 'n ( inMnntlnoplo glvo n local
n. nev's vi r-!nn of tho noto from the
1 ' vwrs to thn Porto which was pre
("t,'.,i th! csunlng. It Is anld to read
B" f 1' IWS
"Tho Ambassadors of thn five Powers
"i nnto , f ti, publicly announced In
j' u "f the ottoman Government to
le'. 'I n o ir forms. They will discuss
"i the Portn tho reforms required
I' "io administration of European
' on thn basis of tho law of 1S80,
h" ns the measures to bo adopted
' 1 tni'iro their realization In tho In
. of the tmpulatlons. It Is und6r-
l 'hat these reforms will not affect
r.e t.iritorial Integrity of tho Turkish
DEFEAT OF TURKS CONFIRMED
"Time" llonr .MnntenrKrln
Have TnUrn Two More Plnre.
ffrrlnt rahlr firipntrli to Tub Sl"
'' " 0, t. 11.--a despatch to tho
"" riom Podgorltza contlrm.s the re
!' " f th- defeat of the Turks at
"'I', and adds that the MalUsorl
' ""mn nro flghtlng on tho side of tho
M n-.. ... ns
1 's M' nienegrln General Vukivltch
r'CM,pier Mojkovatz nnd Herana,
Ilnek Strike Called nt Havre,
tprcttf coble Pespatch to Tnr Sc
a 'u rE' rJct, 10, A general dockers'
mk was proclaimed her to-nlgbu
PRINCE WHO FIRED
Conliiticf rot Fir.it rage.
Russian troops are ready to move, says
A despatch from Constantinople says
that the Powers are now contemplating
more energetic Intcnentton In the N"arl
l'.ist to prevent a general outbreak. 1
They will attempt to Induce Servln,
Hulgiirla and Greece to delay hostllltU")
and will try to squelch the lighting!
between Turkey nnd Montenegro.
The despatch says that tbeto has heen i
outpost firing along the Turco-Bul- to detach (,reece from the Halkan Al
garl.m frontier, niar Tjniru.-ih and: at Haute which promise to be successful.
Kllssurn. " The Greek army will probably begin to
A despatch from Vienna says that 1 demnblllro to-morrow.
Foreign Minister Count Herchtol 1
dropped the peace mask during an ad
drets to the Hungarian delegation to
day, raying In so ninny words that
Austria would fight If Us ctalhis In the
Ha!kans were not respected.
"Tho Government la not pursuing n
policy oi ronque.wi, ne loin
auditors, "but we have Important In- i
tercsts In the Near Kast which we nre J
determined to protect nt any cost."
Many villages along the Turko
Montenegrin frontier nrn In Haines, ac
cording to n message to-day from
Cettlnje. Woundcil peasants nre re
ported Meelng for s'lfety Into the Monte,
negrln Interior. From Turkish sourr.-i
come stories of the Montenegrins'
cruelty nnd the slaughter of women and
children nt their hnnds.
TURKISH VICTORY REPORTED.
IlnlKnrlnni nepnlurd fn Tito
(neks, I Humor.
fperM Cnhte )c;MfcA to Tnr Pr.
Co.vsTANTl.'.-ori.E, Oct. 10. The 15ul
enrlnns nre renorted to have been re
pulsed In nttacks on Sogujhuk and
Yonlkopohe, In the I1op.it district, near
tho border of Kastcrn Kumella. There
nre no details.
REPORTS OF OUTRAGES.
Ilnalil namak .Hliiylue Chrlitlnns
nml HiirnlnK Vlllnge.
Sptelal Cable Vrrpaten to Tnn Sen
riKuiiiADE. Oct. 10. There are numer
ous reports of outrages by he Hashl Ha-
zouks against Christians. They are said
to have nttneked a monastery nt Vrat
chevo on October 7 nnd many villagers
who wero defending It were killed and
Three villages In that vicinity were
burned. It 1 nlso stated that tho Hash!
Hazouks are spreading throughout the
Serb villages and are committing all
sorts of ntrocltles.
STUDENTS STORM CAPITOL.
Smnali Ornnd VUlrrnle Window
and llemnnd Immediate AVnr.
fprrial Calitn Dmpatch to Tnr. Sun.
C'ONHTANTINOri.K. Oct. 10. TWO thOU-
snnd students armed with revolvers and
dialing ut Turkey's promise, to effect
reforms In Macedonia marched to-day
to the War Department,
"War und no surrender!" they cried,
and when tho Minister-of War camo to
receive them ngaln they shouted; J'Wc
"None wants peace," was his laconic
response. The students marched round
the Porte, where the Ministers were In
council, nnd smashed In the windows
of the Grand Vlzlotatc, where the gates
wero closed In their faces.
The Grand Vizier was received with
boos nnd hisses when he came out to
assure them that thero would he no
autonomy for Macedonia, He said that
thn longer tho war was put olf th"
better for Turkey, but the students
still persisted with their shouts for
APPEAL FOR BRITISH AID.
Iltilmirlan Premier Mi War l Itan-
n for f'lirlstlnii I'reeiliim.
,i,if cn.ie Dr.iMtrt. io Tnr. 'iv "The times have iimiwii mikc ' " ....
Ion is ot II The iMltu .Vim ' march ih-cla.vd .hat the Halkaiw wero' who was seized last night with uppen
glvci .xccntlimal prun.lncm e to an ap-1 r. it worth the bnn. of a IMninanlan i Ulcltlc after she had been al Ing for
ne il by M, li esholf. tin. Hulgarlau nenadler, but lllsniarrk was fll.t when ' several days, She was nulled to tho
Premier, for KiiRllsh help.
A denial' h fjem Holla corre.spon-
dent ouotcn the I'tlni" Minister ns suy-
i.. ,t... xtlin Itnnonrllnc Will' 111 the nil- t
milling ram-urn we are going to pay lor
the freedom f our ChrUtlan brethren,
a Xreedom oi kMcI they, wer robbed by
FIRST SHOT IN WAR
the crime committed by the Congress of
"We appeal to Hngland for aid. We
beseech her not tn forget her great re
sponsibility for tho Iniquitous work per
formed by that enngrchs. We Implore
her not to commit again the error of
thinking that Turkey will be nble to
work out alone the lasting pacification
of the Halkan peninsula. Let her Insist
once and for all upon the only satis
factory solution of the Balkan question
- the disappearance of direct Turkish
rule In southeastern Kurope."
GREECE W LEAVE ALLIANCE
Necfitliillrin for lief nchmcnt fnlit
to Ui .fifirfi4fiil,
Svetiit Cahtr Itfhpntrfi tn Trie Scv.
P.F.iU,lN. Oct. 10. The Frankfurter Y.r-
ti'"y says negotiations are proceeding
FRENCH FLEET GETS ORDERS
Three Arniorril I'rularra Will Mnll
for the I.ctnnt,
tpedil Catit? Pftjitr tn Tnr Srv
.ns , Oct. 10, A naval division
i consisting of thn nrmored cruisers Vic
tor Hugo, Leon Gamhetta nnd Jules
Perry has been ordered to tho Levant.
CAN'T AGREE ON PEACE.
Hnl j -Tnrlie.T Kiilntlnn nt Mnnil-
ntlll In llmiinr.
frrrtnl ihU Prtpntrh tn The Srx.
rAiilR, Oct. 11. The VcUl Pariitrn
says the peace negotiations at Ouchy
between Italy and Turkey nro at n
On October 4 despatches from Switz
erland, where the conference was held,
said thnt the representatives of the two
Powers had agreed on the terms of
1 pence. Since then, however, lighting
has been going on In Tripoli.
PRICES GO UP.
Freight Dlttleultle Anticipated by
Sprrtil Catilr Drupiitrh tn Tnr. Sc.
Pahis, i let. 10. The wheat ring hero
Is active on the Halkan crisis, as freight
difficulties nro anticipated. Wheat has
advanced 30 centimes nnd flour a simi
The stock In hand shows a mnrked
decline as compared with 1911. Russian
wheat advices aro unsatisfactory.
GIRL GOES TO WAR AS NURSE.
Ml Bnrsor Will Accompany Her
I'luncr, a IlraerTlit.
PmuAnr.i.riiiA, Oct. 10. Rather than
suffer anxiety whllo waiting for news
fiom tho front In a far dlstnnt war,
Miss Vloletto Hurger, dnughter of a
wealthy lumber dealer of P.erwlck, Pa.,
to-day hado her friends nnd relatives
farewell and accompanied her futuro
husband, Thomas I.. Patsakas, to tho
Halkan war. The pair nre engaged to
marry, and Miss Hurger says sho will
enlist as a P.ed Cross nurse, providing
that sho may bo attached to tho com
pany In which Patsakas serves.
Miss Hurgor's original Intention was
to go to the old homo of her fiance In
Athens nnd stay with his parents, but
when she attended the Greek volun
teers' meeting here In Philadelphia and
saw the patriotism thero displayed sho
called Patsakas aside and offered her
self as a trained nurse. The news was
Imparted to tho gathering, Immedl-
at(1,y a cj,C(,r ranff through tho build
Ing, nnd the nssemblage, keyed to a
high pitch of enthusiasm, began slng
51 YS WAR MAY UPSET POWERS
"I'lanrn" Aaaerl (lermnny nml Au
llla 11 ii lot TaUe lliiinl.
.tpranl Cubit lit'imtrh to Tnr. Si s
Paws. net. 11.- The 'lynin prints a
signed editorial by Gabriel Unnotaux on
the Halkan war wl.ltli iuys: ".Monte
negro Is playing the role of .lack tho
(Hunt Killer, but n.iall iinin'.iirs often
emtio big olfcct.i nmong the Powers.
"The times have ilmiwd tw.' His
I r ...
i he unld that li eeil eounlrli s ignoie giati-
tunc f 1 llll imtoui pi cieui ion-,
"Geir.iany and Austria cannot permit
Turkey's destruction, There Is yet time
to nwrt tfie peril of a general war. but
It In difficult to jy how. A miracle
, aloat ca (io U"
Wiiuiton Churchill nnd
Kdwnrd Cnrson in Acrid
CLOSl'IfE I'HOl'OSALS (1IVKN
Premier Moves to Apply "Guil
lotine" When Rill Is
Put on Pnssngc.
Sptciil Cahle nttpatch to Tm Sun,
London, tict. 10, Tho Government's
proposals for applying closure on tho
homo rule bill while It Is on third
reading were called up In tho House
of Commons to-night In accordance
with the notice given last Monday.
The proposals provide for twcnty-flvn
days discussion of the hill during tho
committee stage, live days for tho re
port stage nnd two days for the third
reading or passage.
The I louse was unusually crowded
when Premier Asquith, who Is still far
from well, moved to apply the "guillotine"
procedure when the home rule meas
ure 'Is put on passage. Mr. Asquith
proposeil that the Speaker lie cm
powered to select such amendments as
he may think should be put. This Is
tho usual course under closure.
Mr. Asquith stated that the Govern
ment did not Intend to withdraw nny
of tho provisions of the bill after It
had been presented, tutt was willing
to accept any suggestions by which
It would bo Improved or made more
workable. It was Imperative, however,
that closure should be resorted to In
order to defeat the obvious Intnntlon
of the opponents of tho bill by mere
wasteful consumption of time.
llonar Law, leader of the Opposition,
moved an amendment to the Govern
ment's proposals, the ultimate effect
of which would be the refusal of the
House to sanction closure.
The debate which ensued was lively
nnd sometimes ncrld. There wns much
noise and frequent Interruptions nnd
cheering and counter cheering. Mr.
Law, In Introducing his amendment,
emphnsl7ed the contention that homo
rule had not been submitted to the
He declared that a section of the
Liberal press conceded that this ought
to be done, nnd said that when the
Government's own supporters turned
ngalnst them the game was up and tho
uovernment knew It.
A wordy war between Winston
Churchill, who explained the provisions fro,n M",,rlfl ,n the rallwaymen's execu
of the homo rule bill nt the meeting In t,vp -""itti 1 1 1 o thnt th strikers re
Belfast some time nco. nd Sir ICdward I "''"H"''- 11 "nw charged that the
Carfon, the leader of the opposition to i Government hns not given the rnllwny-
the hiu in I'Ister. wns one of the liveliest,
Incidents nf the debate.
Mr. Churchill said Ulster could not
be allowed to bar the way to home
rule nnd charged Sir F.dward with hav
ing said that even If both parties
favored homo rule Ulster would still
That being so, said Mr. Churchill,
what was the ue of urging the Im
portance of an appeal to the electorate
to declare Itself on the measure. Ho
respected Sir Kdward's slncrlty, he said,
but strongly reprehended the proceed
ings he had Indulged In Ulster.
Here Sir Kdwnrd Interjected the re
mark: "I do not care two penco
whether you do or you do not," to which
Mr. Churchill caustically rejoined.
"There nre n great many things you do'
not care twopence nbout.
sir I'Jdwnnl retorted with a
allusion to Mr. Churchill having
changed parties, whereupon the latter
twitted the Ulster leader on having been
formerly n member of the National
Liberal Club nnd keeping his member
ship until long after home rule had been
Mr. Churchill wound up with a witty
nnd timely remnrk about those who
talked about revnlutlon being prepared
for the "guillotine." This evoked tor
rents of cheers from tho coalition
Mr. Uaw's nmendment wns rejected
by n vote nf 323 tn 232. Tho debate on
Sir. Asqulth's motion was then ad
journed until October 14.
ITALIANS DEFEAT TURKS.
Henry I,ne In All Day Ilnttle Wet
Special Catle tietpatcb to Tn Sc.
Rome, Oct. 10. Itnllan troops under
Gen. Ilclsoll occupied advanced posi
tions west of Derna last night after nn
nil day battle with tho Turks nnd Arabs,
according to messages received to-day
from Tripoli. Tho Turkish and Ara
bian force lost heavily. Gen. Rclsoll
reports thnt tho Italians had only a
few men killed and wounded.
CHINA CELEBRATES REVOLT.
rnradn and 5aerlfler at Pekln on
Special Cable Denpatch to Tni Sen.
Pbki.v, Oct. 10. Tho first anniversary
of the rovolutlon wan celebrated In an
elaborato manner hero to-day. The
central feature was n parado of 16,000
Infantry, with n powerful rearguard of
artillery and cavalry.
President Yuan Shlh-k'al had a thou
sand Chinese nnd Kuropcnn guests, who
watched the men go by. Tho physlquo
and discipline, of tho gray clad bat
talions greatly Impressed the onlookers.
ICarllcr In the day the members of
thn Cabinet made sacrifices beforo tnb
lets erected In memory ot tho victims
who died for the republlcnn cnuse.
Another striking feature wns tho re
moval of the name "Manchu Dynasty"
from the dynastic gate nt the entranco
to tho palace, whero It had been dis
played for 26S years. A new Inscrip
tion, "Gateway of China," was sub
stituted. OPERATE ON MISS MACKAY,
Not York (ilrl III of Appendicitis
Special Cable Despatrh to Tns Rl',
1'Kv.ia, Oct, 10, Clarcncu, II. Mnckay,
who was expected to sail for New York
on Saturday, has been prevented, owing
OU,DU nr l,lu .1 ,l,,ltn, l.'llrttl
hosiiltnl nnd Dr. Gosset, n liadlng sur
geon of Paris, waa called In Ho oper
ated at once, Her condition this morn
Ing was Htiadlly Improving, There were
no complications and If tho Improve
ment continues sho will be out of dan
get wiUUiii iwty.-Xw: 1mukv
CABINET HAS CANAL BILL.
Sir rjilwunl f.rrr Sn Ilrllnln .liny
Auk A rtiltrndnn,
Los'tiox, Oct. 10. Sir I-Mwnrd .Grey,
Ilrltlsh Secretary of Stnte for Foreign
Affulrs, said tn-dny In the House 'if
Commons that the Pnnatna Canal bill,
together with the views of legal ad
visers, Is under consideration In the
W. A. S. Hewlns, n Unionist member,
asked whether the British Foreign
Ofllce had received nny definite reply to
the representations made to tho United
States nnd whether the Hrltlsh Gov
ernment was making nny further repra
sentatlon. Sir Kdwnrd Grey said: "Informing
the United States of Great Britain's
Intention to nddress n communication
to Washington when tho Panama Canal
bill had been received nnd considered,
the Foreign Office added th.it should
there be eventually n difference between
tho two countries, In regard tn the Hay
Pauncefote trenty which could not be
settled by other means Great Hrltnln
would ark that It be referred to arbitra
tion." Replying to a further question ns to
whether he had seen n statement made
by President Tnft thnt tho Hrltlsh rep
resentations had been made tardily, Sir
F.dwnrd Grey said he had not seen It
nnd would be glad to know lis date, be.
cause the hill did not pnss In Its final
form until toward the end of August.
Immediately tho Hrltlsh Foreign Office
knew that the bill had passed It statin1
that It would consider the .measure In
Its final form and then make represen
tations1. Great Britain had expressed
Its view of the Hny-Patincefnto treaty
while the Panama Canal bill was In
progress, hut It wns Impossible to make
a flnnl communication In regard tn tho
hlM, which wns then being shaped,
Great Rrltnln, therefore, stated that it
would address n further communication
to Washington when th? hill-had tnken
Its final form and nfler It hnd been con
sidered by the Hrltlsh Government.
Replying to a question by Arthur Lee,
a Unionist member, as to whether Great
Rrltnln would postpone Its representa
tions until after the Presidential elec
tion, Sir Kdwnrd Grey said thnt It would
require consldernble time, but was not
dependent on the Internal affairs of the
CANALEJAS IS DENOUNCED.
SpnnUti natlTrny Men Condemn lllm
for Strike Intervention.
Madrid, Oct. 10. Premier Cannlcjas's
Government Is being severely con
demned to-day for Its Intervention tn
the railway dispute.
At Harcplona, Snragpssn nnd Val
encia, which were the centres of the
orlglnnl disaffection, strong resolutions
have been adopted protesting again"'
the Inadequacy of the companies' con
cessions, nnd It Is pointed out thnt !t
was only after special representations
"" " " i""'"
The malcontents fiercely resent Pre-
ml.r Pannlnl.K'B nptlnn nnd nmi erst.
while Liberal supporters, as wen as
nadlcals and Socialists are talking
forming a cnmblnntlan to eject the Mln-
It Is known that the Government's
Impending labor legljlatlon Inrludes a
provision for compulsorv Governmental
arbitration of railway disputes.
BIG DIRIGIBLE EXPLODES.
One of firrtnnnj-'n fleet Ileiitroj-ed
Wllb Its Ilnll.
Sptrtnl Cnhlf Pnrotrh tn Tnr Srx.
Berlin, Oct. 10. A Gross dirigible bal-
, ; J' ot ho nT 'ot the Oerman
n(r '. ,,. wns ,1(,strnVlV, tn.H.v ,)V
aerial fleet, was destroyed to-day by an
plosion I" Its hall at Helnl.okendorf. a
.,,, u Tim I, all trn wropltiMl
suburb. The hall was wrecked.
The dirigible, which was of the semi
rigid type with internal air ballonets to
preserve Its shape, Invented by Major
Gross of the Prussian army, was lielng
refilled with hydrogen gns by soldiers of
the flying corps.
The highly inflammable gns was be
ing passed Into the envelope from metnl
cylinders when the explosion came, com
pletely destroying the dlrlglblo nnd
blowing the hall to splinters. None of
tho crew was Injured.
TO SELL FAMOUS LIBRARY.
Karl of PrnltlKh Will Anetlon
Thnniaa Pennant Collection.
Special Cable Heipateh to Tn Srx,
Tospot, Oct. 10. Tho Karl of Den
bigh, the present owner of the famous
library of Thomas Pennant, nn eigh
teenth century antiquary, announces
that he will sell It at auction.
Tho contents nro not fully known, but
there are valuablo first editions and au
togrnphed copies, Including ono of Hen
Jonson's, ns well as- Important manu
scripts. Collectorr anticipate soma surprises,
ns perfect cinerary urns of the bronzo
ago wero rcqcntly found hidden In the
TICKETS FOR LIFEBOAT SEATS.
Japanrae Steanihlp Company I n
trodncea Nerr Safety Keatnre.
Special Cable, Despatch to Tn Srx.
Tokio, Japan, Oct. 10. Tho Toy Mison
Kaisha StenniBhip Company has intro
duced a now foaturo in tho direction of
providing for tho wifety of its pashengors.
To each tickot sold Is nttached n coupon
reprcsonting a certain soat in a lifeboat,
with a printed roquest to tho purchaser
to acquaint himself immediately on going
aboard with tho location of tho particu
lar boat to which ho is ullottod,
Sufficient llfeboatH wero provided to
accommodate nil tho passengers.
REVOLT IN POLAND FEARED.
Itnaaln Order Financier tn He
move Valuable to Muacotr,
Paris, Oct. 10. An Insurrection in
Poland is feared In St. Petersburg, ac
cording to n despatch to the Tempi.
Secret Instructions havo been given to
the financiers In Russian Polund to
transfer their vnlunbles and documents
ANTI-HOME RULERS STONED.
I.lmerlek Hoodlum lrle 'I'll em lu
lu Post (llllic.
fpeclal Cable lietpntth to Tin: Sis,
Limerick, Oct. 10, While tho peoplo
were leaving nn anti-homo rule meeting
here to-night they were attacked by a
mob of hoodlums'. An nutomnbllo was
smashed .mil many others were stoned.
The people lu the cars were 6mpcllod
to tnkn refuge In the jmst office, whero
a number of windows wero broken. The
police repeatedly charged the mob and
UMd Uuir olute XrMlft
S. Officers Set V) Temporary
DYNAMITE PLOT FOILED
Mine Put Under Pln.a
Cliinandeon, hut Ifobols
WAsm.sTiTON, Oct. 10. All ort'intzcil
reslstnnco to tho Government if Nica
ragua has disappeared nnd qiliot now
prevails in tint ropulillo for tho first day
in moro than two months," nccorditiR to
despatches to tho Stnto nnd Navy depart
Admiral Southerlnnd lin? mado n tour
of inspection along tho entire) lino of tho
railroad from Granada to Corlnto. Ho
reported to-day that thn railroad U now
alisolutoly safe, all cities nlong the lino
hro quiet and freight traffic hat I icon
resiunod by tho railroad. Tho toko steam
ers resumed their regular schedules yes
terday nnd supplies which huvo lieen ac
cumulating on tho coast nro now being
moved Into tho cities to which they were
Tim American forces am now in control
at nil points. Tho American m.irino and
naval officers Ivivo sol up temporary
municipal governments in each city in
which dotnclummtH nro stationed and nro
preserving order throughout tho country.
The chief anxioty nmong tho inhabi
tants of thn citloa just o'ncuatod by tho
relxils is that tho government troops will
enter theso pianos nnd exnet bloody
reprisals from tho (icoplo who havo just
laid down their arms.
Tho American forces havo promised
ndequnte protection nnd no Nicarugunn
Government troops will bo pcrmittod to
enter tho former reliol strongholds until
normal conditions havo leen restored.
Tho Government of Nicaragua has
started to disband its ndditionnl forces.
Five hundred men were paid off Tues
tl.iv and more will bo paid this week.
Numerous incidents of tho recent
operations were reported by Admiral
Soutlierland to-day. Some of them camo
very near being tragedy whllo others
Imrdered on comedy.
At Chinandega, whore Commander Ter
huno nf tho!Antiarolis has lieen in charge,
an attempt to blow up tho American
marines and bluejackets, was discovered.
When tho Americans entered tho city
upon its capitulation it wan found that
the entire plaza had Ix'en mined.
One hundred and fifty htieks of dyna
mite were found planted in the pbra. all
connected by n wire with a Uittery in a
nearbv tower. It is lielioved tho rolieU
lost their nervo when th Americans ap
proached and did not darn to set ofT their
mine. The dvnatnite wns promptly re
moved by the AmericnnH. Several shots
worn tired at the Americans but none was
Commander Terhune demonstrated tho
versatility nf tho enlisted porennnel nf
1 1"" ny nmiiiix n"iw- i-my
j (,irH wi,Vcnd from China ndegn. Tho
Innvat men. however, failed In catch the
j fugitives, Admiral Soutlierland highly
I pr.ii.-"d Command-rTerhuneindesiiatclios
A detachment of Federal trrops is pur
suing a lnidy nf 2o Hondurans from Ion
ami urn uuikinc toward I lie Hondtir.m
lorder Tho pinpo'-o of the (lovenime'iiL
force is to prevent tlio nigitives irnm com
mitting any depredations in tho vicinity of
.Viatagaipn, wneio mere i a largo loreign
nolonv. inchiditiciiioie th, in KX1 Americans.
nnd n'lso to head off any attempt on the
pait of tins luinu trom binning n revo-
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. w '".,s '1!n,Mhn
, 'U 7. '.V I ; , , .
t tjruv qllitM- Ho is (.olicing the town, which
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OilF. lOllllI'll.llK. .,1.11 III". Illl. .n
has t.q up a complete system of municipal
inillllllll'llllO llliHlllll"I.V HO Will
continue until President Diaz makes im
manent nppointtnonts. He is gathering
in largo qunntitiiM of dynamito bombs
.....I l.ttnitt.ilu tT tnflAa
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The names of two of tho wounded wero
renorted correctly by Admiral Souther-
land to-day after they had leen garbled
in provioUH'despntches. They are I.nnce,
ordinary seaman, Colorado, and Haider,
trumpeter, Marino Corps. Hoth will re
cover. In a notn to tho United States Govern
ment, noting under instructions from
his own Government, Dr. Castrillo,
Nlcar.iguam minister to tho United
Stales, has expressed tho sorrow
felt by his Government and the
Mopo of Nicarngua at tho death of four
American marines nnd tho wounding of
f others at Hnrranci last Friday. Tho
Minister also declared that Nicaragua
had contracted n dobt toward tho United
States which could never Ixi fully dis
charged. Ileplving to this note, acting Secretary
of Stato Huntington Wilson said in part:
Whllo lamenting the clrcumstanco of the
death of theso hravemcn, It I tho hope nnd
expectation of tho Government of tho United
States that they will not hnve died In vain,
but that from tho sacrifice tho people of
Nicaragua will become united In striving
only for that which Is for the best good of
the country nnd for tho general happiness
of tho people.
KILLED BY SON HE FREED.
Hoy Hud Deen Inannr. bnt Father
Hnd Cnt Hope to Ilelenae lllm.
Mtpni-ETowN, N. V., Oct. 10. Dr.
Chnrles A. Oorso was shot and killed by
his son Robert nt the physician's farm
nt Meadowbrook, Orango county, New
Tho young man had been pronounced
Insane nnd was about to bo taken to nn
nsylum when It seemed ns If his reason
had returned. His father pleaded for
him nnd freed his Bon.
Tho madness returned, however, nnd
getting a shotgun Robert shot his
father dead a few moments after tho
physician had cut tho ropes that bound
Robert had but recently been dis
missed from an nsylum. Ho ncted
queerly yesterday morning nnd Jhree
physicians were called In to exntnlne
They said that ho was Insane nnd
County Judge Seeger enme from New
burgh nnd committed the young man.
While lie wns being examined Gorse
I became violent and farmhands had to
bind him Ho quilted down nfter the
physicians left, and his father, thinking
that lie had recovered sanity, urged his
release against the udvlce of the mother.
The doctor went to his son's roam
and cut tho ropes when nn one was
about. Robert was apparently asleep,
but as soon as his father left ho got up,
snatched up n shotgun and sent the
contents of both barrels Into his father's
The doctor died Instantly. The nque-
duct police nt Vullsburg wcro sum
moned, und they finally ran the mur
derer down on tho road to Nowburgh,
where he had gone nourishing his rtflo
and threatening automoblllsts.
Ho was locked up In the Newbursh
Her wirhlps nnd her In
nustrlM alike uln the ndinlrA
lion nf tho world.
cunc with the rtnn nf I.lh
erty, and l ns American ns
the United Stales.
Tot (he Atnerlran Flet In
an Amerlean Meterage,
TAFT IS MACVEAGH'S GUEST.
Prraldent nnd III Miitnrln Trip
at lleverly To-dny.
Dum.tN, N. H., Oct. 10. President nnd
Mrs. Tnft nnd .Miss Mabel T. Hoard
man of Washington nnlved to-night at
the home here of Secretary of Treasury
MacVeagh nfter having motored a dis
tance of inn tnllrs from lfretton Woods.
The Presidential party will return to
Mr. Tnft played several holes of golt
upon the links of the Mount Washington
Hotel this morning beforo leaving Iirct
ton Woods. He made short speeches at
Lisbon, Woodsvllle, Hnnover, Lebanon,
Newport nnd Keene. 'He stopped nt
Hanover nnd hnd lunch with President
Nichols ot Ilurtmnntli College.
FI.ASUV.S MOM Tilt: CAMjE. .
LONDON a A. Shenlcy ha noM the tur
bine icht Pennsylvania to the Ore-k Oov
ernnifnt LONDON Mrs. Alee Twfnllc, he wrltfr,
la a pjenirfr on tho Whits Star llntr lUltlo
for New York.
Ilock lalnnd Director lleeleeted.
CniCAOO. Oct. 10. Chlen trn DlnrblinlH.p.
of the Chicago, llnck Island and Paclflo
iwuinny niet in Chicago to-dav and re
elected the retiring members of tho board
or director. Including K. II. Moore. F!
i.'Up'. "rt,'llr .'"i'tiss Jnmea, Oydeu Mills
and A. I . (irnhnni,
It. II. Maer vo.'n Attractions Ar
nrir i,o' I'tlni,
Herald .Square. IVnay, ,14th to 3.-,th St.
MA CY'S OPTICAL DEPART
MENT, on the Balcony, is
equipped with three modern
examination rooms, where
you may have your eyes
tested, without charge, by a
registered Optometrist. If
glasses are. needed we make
them on the premises for i
Isss than you have to pay in
other reliable Optical Shops.
MACY'S FUSED BIFOCALS
(lenses for reading and
lenses for distance fused
into one without the point
of fusion being visible) are
identical with widely adver
tised trade marked makes
and cost 25 less.
in our Women's Shop are
aimed at presenting the sea
son's most fashionable fur
sets and fur coats for women
at interesting prices.
Women's Hroudtall Persian Conts;
excellent quality pelt; exceptional
high lustre. Made into one of the
most attractive nnd stylish gar
ments of the season. 52 inches long,
trimmed with Kolinsky Sable.
eth. ,0W.Prked..nt: $350.00
Women's Civet Cnt Fur Coats; one
of Fashion's favorites; 54 inches
long, with deep roll collar and cuffs.
Exquisitely lined, A most unusual
price for a p.arment of C1QO nn
this description $15O.UU
Women's1 M o 1 c s k i n I Coats; of
prime moleskin, artistically made
into one of the most fashionable
garments, 54 inches long, with fancy
linings. Price for this CIQfi flft
occasion, each piS0.UU
Russian Sable Fur Sets; made of
extraordinary dark Russian Crown
Sable; consisting of fancy muff,
artistically trimmed with silk nnd
chiffon and a three-skin animal
scarf with silk nnd chiffon ties,
Exceptional value; 50:00
Cross Fox Sots, of rare benuty and
excellence, consisting of extra
large barrel shape muff and animal
throw scarf; ornamented with
heads and bushy tails; JJJ QQ
Pointed Sitka Vox Sets, of choicest
quality skins; soft, silky and
glossy, LarRe pillow muff, orna
mented with heads, claws and
bushy tail and two-skin animal
throw scarf. Priced for etnr An
thiv nri-nlnn. Rr . ..