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THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1915.
ONLY IN FAR EAST
Ritssjnn Alliance Cull
ing fr Aid in
FOR Kl.KF. HAND IN CHINA
fWrMI Co.rrtpnnlfrnrf In Tm Sr. l'realdent Yuan Nhih-kal of the fill-
fagto, AW " Tn' American ptibjneee ttepoblla doe not deire to .luxe
. KWrdllll to rablra the .?:tpnti!' himself In the category of fools, aceord-
re.-eiving innn i
. m inid at
the rumors of n nOMKH
'.pane.e alliance and view the pn.Jert
vltti mlrlWH fearing that It may be
ir.,t,,l snaliit America. The fa. Is
,n t'.at the alliance talk has Its amine
, ., in. MMiifnl ail with
. unman n- -i--i. ......
th tmr, It Is Project pure and j
,.mp;, and as the only terms that
r I be of advantage to Husla.
nimely. despatch of an expedi
tionary fOrOI Russia's assistance, are
MMeMPtablt to Japan, there Is very llt
H Mutpiill ih.it the alliance will ma
MMM " preient.
The connection of the scheme with
k. :ir . IllC 11.11 '"'III. nil,,, ..-
m BMrinnlni or the war France and!"1 "r bring about the change In
,,r neKnn a ChirL. tlw inf'.ien.... hinr I hut I .,.,,
have cast Ionising eyes
extremely efficient army.
fttph'n 1'1,'hnn. one of the most dis-j
"...rul.h. .1 public men In France, wrote;
"wu ... .
irlirie after article last yrnr in isnrvf
,,f Ultltlni an expedition from Japan
to Kuro Some supi t w as tounu
for th' lde In Toklo. and a popular
Mr. was nrgaulxed with tbe aid.
It was alleged, of French gold on
nmifst M.ile. The Japanese trovernment
interfere with the propaganda.
l.iit Whenever the promoters opened a
enrttHIni ag ncy the trovernment catne
,, on thm on ine gmunns mai me
.fiervWt whom It was proposed to en- ,
IM ,n rotttntary legion were de facto I
Stldkm oi the Bmptror and could serve
in n.i other army. The hint was ac-
rested llld no more was heard of an
ipedltlotl 10 HUropwi I
The Japanese ioveminent adopted as
a settled policy that their action In the
WSI VOUia is counueti io me rar e..--i
nd the Pacific Unfriendly crlflcs said
It n btratNN they feared to stake the
Itlgt ot t ett army against the
loldlen ot Oermany. Plenty or other
rf.isons can lw found. The Janancsc
pedl'le. thou gll loyal to a fault, are not
so enamored of military serine as
Mtatni obaervera sometimes Imagine.
T'p itMpIl Ion that the army was being
us"! sfl tner.-enaries would have wlde
pread effeeta, and In fact no Japanese
Cstvrn't would risk it
iiiooi-.ini - III la ne.
Put Japan racotmlaad tiiat
t lie dls-
psrtnel .n the war. and In
eaejioni a'aiut the expedltionari force i
there was alwavs a tacit reservation
n ihe effect that if the allied cause
ws-e really in Jeopaidy Japan might
ave to raconaldar her attitude. When
Prieni;. si fell and tbe Ruaalan POattlon
een to lie danrretous tbe talk of a
Rosso-Japanese alliance epranff Into
rT'inimence as If by Rtagl
papari lai ished praises upon japan,
fapanese newspapers eagerly re
sponded. Tbe Toklo pa tiers dwelt upon
ttie common Interests of the two coun
tries ,,, the orient and saw no ob
stacle ro the alliance, with Kngland being
tir.isdened 'ntu a triangular pad
The Kbier Statesmen met and it was
freely rumored that they considered the
propoaal for a HUaalatt alliance. The
public, of course, know nothing of what
puses in the aanctttm sanctorum of tbe
Klder Statesmen, but if one iannot see
tin- wind one ran surely see the straws
Itr.irr.-s alotiK. Preeentlv the tone Of
the Japaneae press chanae.i. "An ai-
Han.e with Uuhsih'"' they aald. "Yes.
with pleasure, hut.it must he limited to
the Par Cast, for It is only in the Kast
that we have interests In common. Rus- 1
it is ah'iut to aciiuire Conatantinople. !
ffi sill haye her ham's full In Ihe Near
Taut Japan can RUarantee the Ruaalan
possessions in the Kar Raai."
The readers of Tint gUg will ohserve
that this was not a very promlalng prop
tltlon for Hussia. Aaainst whom were
Pel Ruaalan possessions to he guaran- j
td" If Japan does not threaten them.
bvtoui ' nn one else does unless we
IgppOM That il.rmany Is goins to emerKe
triumphant from the war with her pow
er, of aggression unimpaired eo it just
amounted to a suggestion that Japan i
should romise to keep her hands off
Russian territory in Kastern Asia in re
''it:i for a quid pro quo which was not '
tisnlose 1, hut which could he accurately 1
in saed as a free hand in I'liinj. The t
JIH, a reaponalble Jaimnese ori,an. also
' l in -.ision to point out that a Russian I
I'.n re iniKht not fit in with the. British
alliance -Britain having a great flnan
'ai and . ntiinien ial stake in China
nd the discussion dropped on u note of
leneral asreement that nothing should
be done until after the war.
The meaning of all this became clearer
alien nne learned of the complementary 1
nlseusnion which had taken place In the
Ruaslai pn The French move for
- inest ass i Stance in the war waa re
' 'l''"l " lo he dismissed aa haviuir
Iplnmatlcally mishandled. It was
Hdimttt',1 11. ..I u ,,u,, i .... ,,uu ..in-,.,.... I
rould not cover Buropean eventualities.
but the argument that It should apply to !
Asia was very ingeniously developed, i
R. ata Would re ogtllga Japan's position
hi the Pn Cast. Japan in return should I
recognise Russia's position In the Near
Bast The Implication waa that the
Japanese should assist in the war against
Ti'"key, ami by helping to open the Iiar
lanelle, render Kussia one of tin- great
eat lervleel COI ivahlc at present.
lor Far Kast Only.
" ahi n it was found what the Itus-
n question had been was It possible
to apprei lute the full effect of the Jap-
t" 1 iswer- an alliance for the K.ir
Btat, to be sure. Imt nothing more. It
may be added that if the Kar Kast alone
1 Ui (111. into it thfire is no special need
f'1' thing m powerful as a treaty of
all a- convention could cover all
tin- i-.-iios that are likely to urise lie-
" '.. ""' wo inweis .
-ii-.- in.- Kusalan setnacK in Coiand
,iini. (it onouncefl tne itussian illpto- '
'I'l' .it 'I ii.. i.i have returned to the
Itlbjeci M. Saxonnff baa made publi
fei-. .. in the matter In the Hum... and ,;( 1,.).,Pnti ,hlrt-..dd million dot
't ..- - utterance whleh haa an.UM.d , Whl h Mr. H. liwal. aecured in a trip
..!!'"' 7"; ""j; """".'i ' ''rreMliiinil- .h) f . KO- Just before
"Ml of Ihe Toklo native papera are cor- ; ,.,. , K1)vernment from the Im-
ir. , iT'Y !"',,,M ,Br'; ?r''H"'r' I" ' perlul form to u republic.
Pn. uinal.ly Hhe Ik ready to lncreaae her Thu clltraot j, r. ,he conatrni
Ber, ,t it ia dltflcalt to aee how the ()f ttrll,.,lllU dl.k,, ,lVal atore
NUonil for Jupan'a orllnal dec-lalon d warghl)1.. ,)ut unfortunately
M'i.-i an expedition can be modlfledj h eontruot t not now worth the paper
Ta Htema to be the aoverning fact of ( ,g wrl,1(.n on, aithouKh It would have
V V' ' .. . , . I been If the revolution hadn't upaet
I I - I .. I ,1. ,1 ..,.1,-1 i.-llIU 1,11.1 ttf i
1 v. u, re sh Ion, It is hnKselble for Huh- j
-A Oti r unything cominenMurf'e with '
"i iinii-j UH troubleH of an overaea ex
PMtltloii l'roin the American point of
Hea it in import ant t note that the
IVtrtlJrss have invariably emanated from
n kls, and they ran be neen to have
iifir origin In the aeeds ol the moment,
'he writing of the ubove article
irnenl between I : , .... and Jaiiiui
i. eii i 1 1 .-ii u'lit-rt'li v t tie niinitl Inn i
ketone,, f Japan will areatly lncreaae the rramea of aeveral New York twnki. by way of the I ardailellea, newly hn--Ihelr
nutpnt In the Intereat of her for- It la aald the tiaala on whh h i tiarlea I veated wheat fell oK between Ave and al
r enemy. M Schwab will handle the order will be ahllllnge to-ilay.
IF ASKED TO
'Biggest Pool Is He Who
Would Be Emperor,"
flie biggest fool In MM world ia he
who de.irea to be an emperor."
..in iu him own conieaaiOn hi Aim et
forth In M Interview published by Hie
Ania Ah Pno Ania inii'v .Ven-i., n Con
nevntive Chinese paper. A translation
of this Interview was Riven out by the
Kar Kastern bureau yesterday. I'nif
Jeremiah V. .Irnka, dlre.tor of the
bureau, represented that he was firmly
convinced of Yuan ,-hib . ,n - sincerity
iu refusing to noiuleeee In the pleadlnga
ot some of h;s followers to make him
self Kmperor of China.
Prof, .lenka Said the force behind the
monarchical propaganda In China was
la-lleved to he a secret combination of
Chinese revolutionaries III exile. There
Is also evidence, he believed, that
"underground Japanese diplomacy" wile,
may In the event of a revolution take a
hand In "catahllahlng order."
The opinion of local Chinese Is quoted
revolution of 1911 will have been nothing
lutlon of 1911 will have been nothing
compared to the wholesale uprising that
: would follow a coup d'etat by the
I Chinese President."
lr. Jenks repeated his doubts concern
ing the report that President QOOdnoW
' of Johns Hopkins t'nlveralty, who Is
l Yuan's adviser on constitutional law,
actually advised the President to de. hire
"" r.mperur. out iru.ugm mat r.
i tiuixiiii'n iiieii-... r usae.--i ,imv iitd
' monarchical form of government was
lietter suited for China than the re-
Won't sacrifice Posterity.
A translation of Yuan's Interview In
,h(1 chllleaM paper follows:
. xv,, hlggest fool In the world Is he
Who desires to be an emperor. For ttiei
f mv ...,.. rv i , ,V uimoat sacrl. I
..... i... ....a" .... ..... w i 1 1 n ar la I
sacrlflce the lives of my sons and
ffrandaonai especially aa the country
would not tiroflt by such sacrifice.
'At the time when the first revolu
tion was spreading all over the country
the Imperial household eat-neatly re
quested me to be Kmperor. but I
solemnly swore that 1 would never ac
cept any such prOOjOaal. How absurd it
I for people to say that I have now
changed my mind.
"Later on. when the whole country
was In a utate of anarchy and the people
sintered untold miseries, Kmprcsg laing
Vti again pleaded with me. time after
time, that I should assume the reins of
the nation so that the lives of the Kin.
press and her son might be preserved.
In nnler In uh the i-uuntry from ruin
and the Imperial family from Ihrout-erii-il
i-iil:irr.t- I. ri'nlKn'in niyai-If to Ihe
poealble aacrlflce of my own life, aa- ,
umed tin- heavy t:..k of retiturlna order. (
Should I now, a this later data, carry
into i-ffiM-t :ii' i.-.if of the late Inn-!
rpraaa and bacoma Bmparor i would rnm-
mit an B''t of deception upon the Im-
pa rial widow and royal orphan, .in aot i
which oouid wall hi characterised .ia
most outtaKCOus anl most unrt)th:eoiia.
Hrr. tUm llriM-n, to hln: .
'Trom ancient timea to tite praa, it
moai of the deapotlc Bmparon ruled for .
several nenratione in ucceaslon, and 1
their dearendanta nete Irenuently exter-!
minated when a dynaaty waa chanced j
That country which la ruled under a
limited monarchy likewise has Its
uaniara, lia evus. a cnanire oi ruiers
' ,,ou"u 10 i,,,v, ,he ln "
or another. Thus to permit myself to
be made Bmparor would be to sacrlfloe
'va-lf and my -descendants Without
uan ataooraiea on caa ,uioe imiic
ment In conversation with (ten. Feng I
Kuo-chang i the General in Dgsnmani
of one of the Yan'tse divisions of the i
Chliu-se army) early in July, when the
old soldier told the President of the I
rumors then in e.rculatton in Nankin, !
"I have heard this rumor,' he aa I
MgO me state that It Is I who started tin
talk of a change In the form of govern
rnent, Some cast the Mame upon my
i lder son. Ko-tlng. Needless to say that
this rumor la ahsolutely unfounded, hut
It is difficult to trace It to Its source.
"When I liearan to concentrate my
efTorta on the estahliahtnrnt of the re
public I could not see clearly wh.it
effect tire new form of government
would Anally have on the country. Con
sidering the fact that Chinese !iistor. :
environment and the QUallltoatloni of j
the people were different from those of '
4 m-,-1. . BS.anaa unit ntlicr MHIU til tea I
naturally raised some questions .'f
doubt :is to the advisability of giving the
SCHWAB CHINA DEAL
BELIEVED YEARS OLD
. . ...... ii
RnmOr Of p70,UOUfOUO I On
tract Traced Back Em
Soitii BaTHUiMaM, l'a. Aug -
The rumor In New York financial circle
that fharleo M. Schwab had received a
contract for IT5.000.000 worth of n ival
veas.-ls, including submarine, from
China, It bellavad nerg to n mwn h , .
with the recent order for 171,000000
woith of war material rei-elved rrom Ifty Hoynow. who in gang olrclag is
Hussia. called a bruiser, was held In 110,000 bail
pany "oBwS." fjSSl W SSL Td " '
Klven the ItMl OOmpUiy nintrm t. but terday n a nmrffe t.f roblry anl is
wuuld not dan) ,tli-t Uuwla had flont- MX I MUlt -' Wtt Jndlrt-d May 11 last,
rontradlftury mm n nwi wr-m n if,,
. the ubuve statement concern
contract with China, Mr. tichwab
illv haa nne. and It ik lucaeu aaiei
I :iu., In ihe nilnir calilnela In the main
PLANS FOR FINANCING.
. V. Hanka Uralliiara In din
nrelion W ith t blne.e Ileal.
Ipaoulatlon m to ihe mai r In which
Ute repubiie of China will Rnanoa the re
in. : led t. " ol der fill - .11. ii, I I llii
raft whu-h. It im reported, n will place
u. ihl ,-onntrv. veaterdav lirouaht forlh
r - - . - . , ;r 1 :
I t ; ' ' ' I
Yuan Shih-k'ai, President of
the Chinese Republic.
people a republican government. In
discussing this vital subject with my
friends I might have dropped a woid
or so In regard to the monarchical gov
ernment which ml-ht possibly have ben
To tleeorale Palrloti.
In th. e,ond place, the question of
giving orders of nobility may he
'," " I
countable for the circulation of tins
nefarious rumor Outsiders think that
the conferring of such orders is Ihe first
step toward til, change nf the system of
administration, It Is true that In this
repuhl'c. ons'st ag live racea, all
cltixens are cooa1 and th'-re shall be no
racial, class rolUrlOtM listlnctlons.
Hut It Is M'talnl) tnfnir to give no
tit! of die lion t? t'e Mans, a-hlle
Mongols ami Maftehui and Moinmni' -dans
til ma IWrlvi the raiiVs of
baron, dtlke and prince s the prOVl-
atonal Constitution vest the President
with Ula K)Wai t .-onfe oid-':.-- if
merit I b-l ev Iho-e Chinese ho h.ie
Worked for the wall being n' ' ' ir
eountri sboui I nce've suitable reco-'ttl-
tlon in die form of ranks of nobility,
1 decided 1 mg ago to confer such orders
but owit.g to a 'nisiinclerstanding to
some circles I have pnstnomd carryirig j
that desire Into effect Howevar, ii hen I
och daooratlons ara conferred this will I
lie done in ai . irdaticc with su'table '
rules. The people shot: tl not indulge n i
"I do not think that
He restiTatioo !
of the monarctiy would enhance either
my dignity or my power for the trims-1
action of Plate affairs, it may tie
argued mat in changing the form of
government I could lay plana for my I
Bona, Hut it Is well known th.it my
Uter sou. Ko-tlna. Is nil invalid must
of the lime My second son, Ko-Wi ii,
dues imt aim nt anvihina hltrh'T than
being a echo la r of good repute. My I
third son Is the least fit for assuming I
sui a reeponolbtllty. As to my other I
suns they are much too young IO I
entartaln any such smbltlona
"As I d.-ire not inttust the work Of I
.1 sergeant to any one of them, do you i
think 1 am Koina to lay upon them the I
v Mannnalhllltif of mnvmrninm
tountryf 1 playing greater activity with hetter ad-
1 well know that from ancient tunes Vantage and m th.- end gaining a l"-r-n
th' present ileecer d.ints of i tny.-il i manent trtunipli and -ternal Victory OVer
family often suffer unexpected calami
I ties, althoufb they may enjoy eittltiR
Ion the throne for a shoit period, Why
J slum!.! I expoga my sons and Brand-
I sons to such a cataatrophe?"
Men. Keng -it this point interposed.
I "The n ople of s-iuth i lima an tiot t
unwilling in give then- support to such
la change in the form of government.
but aa to the time of carrying out
pri.gn.mrni. they are!
it should he further
Bitch ;i serious pr
of opinion that
discussed. In time to come, when you
hive succeeded In making a Itrong,
united China, for which the people of
the Whole Country grill SVei feel grateful
to you. even if you do not wish to
mount the throne, your desire to refuse
reefer Balla ! 'I'hrone.
The Chlneae Pregldenl frowned upon
his obi companion In anna, Peng and
Yuan were comradei in th I Man
chu days, and answered him sternly:
"Prom what you have just said I
must i hide thai you have been plan
ning for me My fourth and llfth
sons, who are now studying in Bng
land, have inen Instructed by me to
buy a small piece of land for the
cultivation of vegetables and t ice.
Should it happen, -is yon
people of Chin;, attempt
Ifty, that t lif
tu forct th
crown upon me, there will he hut
one thing to do -to go to Kngland and
spend the rest of mv life then
evile from my own land. "
per oent. eaap, the re ma n.ier to be
paid In Chinese Uovertimcnl rotes. A
ayndloate w'li underwrite the notes.
The names uf the American institu
tion! whnh ruinnr haa named as the
underwriters are the Hankers Trust
Company, the H. mover National Bank,
the American RgetMvnge National Bank,
'"e private banking (Irm of Wlnalow,
I Larder Co. and a banking Institution
affiliated with the Quggenhelm Interests
th.se banks are affiliated with Ihe
Kirctric Boat company, with which Mr,
s. lew nil is ex till to place the Chlneae
order. The syndicate will be haggled
i... tin- Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
Corporal Ion. a Itritish hank powerfully
orggnlai d In the Orient.
GANGSTER'S BAIL $10,000.
lm9 nmsiin Cggjfgfel tfter
, pettM-tiv.s HnvdwkiT and VhmI .!..)
H01 Mud Mm until VMUfttoy. Ht warn
an fmiairt.-int niemiM-r of the Po)key
At Ihe time "I Ihe indictment thirty
two olher paigOM were Indicted, elghl
for murder, aa ihe reault or a beating
given to a man who refumd to trlkv
when otxlensl to do ao by his union,
The eight Indicted for inunler are now
out on ball, Thiy win in triad nexi
month before Juatlce Tompkins in ih.-
gupi ama Oourti
The complainant agalnal Hoynow i-
lienjamln 1'olar, who nw-uaia tiiat on j
MarOh IT, llll, he waa beaten and
I robbad of IU'.r and a aold watch.
WHEAT DROPS IN LONDON.
Heller llarilHiicllee will lie Win,
la H l-'eHlnre ul SfV enl Inienf .
Hpn inl i ithlt Hrnpatclf lo Tin Si v
the I'nlte l Stalen
re porta fr
wen ae inureaavu uuiuiueii
in the poaal
blllty of oht.iininK wheal fnim Itnsaia
PERSIAN PEACE CRY
SENT TO CARNEGIE
Abdnl Hulia a bints. Philoso
pher ind Pacifist, Hn
Words of Prtiise.
LAIRD 0ET8 NEW TITLES
Behold ! Abdul Baba Abbas communes ,
with "the Roble personage, his tercellcncy j
Mr. Andrew Carnegie! May Uod as-
sist him ! He Is Qod I" All the way
from Abdul Malta's home at Mount Car- i
mel. Haifa, rtyrla. comes the following; ,
epistle to M Carnegie, translated by j
Mlrca Ahmad Kchrab :
"till, thou Illustrious soul! dt. thou
the great pillar of tbe Palace of I'nl- ;
v. rsal Peace! I write thee this epistle;
for truly I say thou art the lover of the
Wofid of humanity and one of Ihe found
ers of universal peace. To-day the most
great service to Ihe Kingdom of ' lod Is
Ihe promotion of Ihe principle of the
unification of mankind and the establlsb
t of universal peace.
"Itest thou assured that through the
continuations of the Holy .spirit thou
tlt become confirmed and assisted
this most re-
and in this mortal
world thou shalt lay the foundation of
an immortal and ataiiaatim edince, ana
' In end end thou wilt sit upon the throne
Of tbe Incorruptible i ilorv iu the King
' dc m of I Sod.
Ihe lie no f Mcf.
.t .....,, auasim of
Uui os- are thinking on the plans of
, war and the annihilation 01 ine naamit
hum inltv . but ' sin art thinking on
the plan Of peace and love and the
sm-ngthenlng of the human world. The-.
are the heraJda of death, thou are the
harbinger of life. The foundations of
their maiMlOM are unstable and waieiy
and the turrets of their palaces are tot-
terlng and crumbling, but the basis of
I thy atructura is Attn and an movable.
"The world Of humanity Is facing in
ha tilt tare most pOltatltOTM danger and
, auprama calamity. The continent of Ku
! rope has inssnne like unto a ftinpowder
I masnmalna and arsenal under which are
hidden isimbustlble materials of a most
Inflammatory nature. Its uombuatkm
will le dapandanl Upon a sudden and
uneapacled anktm&hrment of one tiny
st.ark Whlflh shall envelop the whole
hmii won a on,i
causing u.e t..t,ii oollapae of Europaan
dvlllaatton through ihe furious. wiii
r.igtng ti. i y tongues ot wai.
"Therefore, 0 re well wianar or the
wield of humanity, endeavor ye by day
and by night so that these inflammable
mate:!. ils may not come In touch with
tm buttling fire of racial antipathy and
hatred. To-day the life of mankind and
Ihelr attainment to everlasting ghw
depend on their display of effort and
exertion In at rdance with the prill
i , plea of His llollneaa Baha Ollah.
olamaa Barth haUen.
Now till that has been predicted 1 .i
cotfli to mss, and ti e lurid flames if
this war have emhlaxnned the horlgon
ol tin Raat and West, e.iuslna a rex. r-
berating social earthquake through tin
columns of the earth. After this ;n
the workers tor tin- cause of unlveraa
peace will Increase day hy day and tin
nactflat nart will array Its force, die-
II the jith.-r i lies
"The realisation of this matter is In
contestable and Irrof ragwhlo There
fore, ere long a vast and unlimited
Held will N- Opened before your View for
Ihe display of your powers and energies
You must uromote tins glorious inten
tlon nitli the heavenly power .in.l nn
confirmation of tin- Holy spirit t aoi
prating in thy behall that thou mayesl
I'1'''1' 1 Pavilion and unfurl a flag In the
""'i't a. ton and eternal life.
i l rw ,..i, i. ...- . i .ii . .i ii-h.- i ..-
lions of mv hlgheal ind deepest respect"
Alslul Italia Xlriias is a Persian philos
opher and teacher, hend of Bahalstlc
sect found..! h M .ha r ined All in 1(44.
Abdul visited this country in 111 and
made trany tpeechea here on peace
and service to nwnklnd. His epistle to
Mr, Oarnegle was sent thnnurh H, II.
Topakyan, Conaul-Oeneral of Parala,
WOMEN HELD FOR $152 THEFT.
I si.l. ...ill.
hib- b wan frtuklni nmund In thi
datit ' hall Iti thr hasemrnt f the Whlif
1t:i m Cttlb at "'! Vtft Forty-sixth
Hlii't't at 4 ocOCl( yst-rdy mornlnir
CttmrlM Lowch, :, of Wai KlftMh
1 utrrM-t. shvs lit w:im "frHki'il" uf tho
ti-J roll he wjiM Barrylng in hli pocket.
M' says li suspc'-tt'fl two wnrn'ti he had
ht-eii drlnkluK with nml he h-ld th.'in
while Home one went for a policeman.
The two women were taken to the!
W.-t Kort -st'M-ntJi BtTOtl polio station,
' w in re they said thy were May Blue,
I :i4. of 31! WtSt N'lnetyolphth street..
ami Bdlth R I. 141 WVnt Ktnty-j
itxth utoeet. 'hi th way from thr White
KetM 'iub. esctrrt-ifi hy Policemen Hutt-
man and Harry, MlM lleed took the
money from her itooklns and aoattered
1 It over the Mldewalk, arotirilinaj to the
j police, hut all of It wan r vered. They
vvt if ca i M neia miner l,ftU0 t'Hil rtir
fxamlnatton Monday by Mavlatrato Mc
Quads -f the West Snle roun
1 eOeech ami t he two women a 11 nay
they are not mem be 11 of the White Hats
Actors Union of America ami could
give no Kootl n a sun for heln In the
Cltlb. They say they heard the music
and saw the 'scampe ring" of the White
I tit t h In the basement dance hall and i
Imply walked in without being invited. '
( BIG FLEET AT HAMPTON ROADS
I . H, Wnrnhlpa AHemlile for 'l'nr-
K'i piasi iff,
noskoi.k. Va., Aug II. Twenty
' seven warshipH comprising the greatest
lighters In the American nav art -tt
' anchor in Mammon Roads tonlght
Tne battleahlp Wyomkng, flying the haa
I of Admiral Fletcher, l ommander-in-chlef
Of the Atlantic Meet, arrived to-day, pre
, ceiling t he Soul h ( 'ai ollna, Pixie and
Htrung oui almoat far m the
eve i an se- from Old Point Comfort are
torpedo boat dsstroyersi battteahlps ami
Hlipply ships. The eHsels will b-gin
taking on provisions and coal to-morrow
' for an extended tny off th. Virginia
papal at target practice.
EUGENIA KELLY WON T WED.
Dealea iiepurta Thai Bhe
Knuiiaed to l Hut la.
Daraorr. Aua II, -A meaaa-ta aant bv
e..e U.-K, rer,r... ;,llv, l,..,,l.l.l ... Ul..
Ruganla Kelly, who la at Uaoklnac lei -
tnd. bromrht the following reply :
"i poaitiveiy deny being engaged
to Al Pavia anil will never marry
him. All talk and rinnnrH ahooluiely
fnlae Ki'nawu BS, Kia.i.v."
And ll'l one from her innthei :
"M Slaughter. MlM HUgenlg B.
Kelly, Ia poaltlVOly not iia:aKtl to
AI DgVla and will never marry him.
All talk HJid riiniii -i a abMllltly
falae Mae Knwaan Kii.i t "
The Week in the War,
iL'NDAYi Auk. 22. Italy dfMSUlftM wnr ftgaltlfl Turkc.v. IVtroKrad an
nounrrg (hat a liritiali Mibmarlnn has lorpcdoed a (Jerman rrulsrr
in the Ralflr. QprfMB Meet pMWtntM itilf of Klpit and the lintn
IwnlaMBl of tho city Is reporlcd. Turkish nrrny of 100,000 fMO
mi Gtaitipoll I'pnlnstila ffpOTMl cut off from luiso of sttppllos. Vlo
huil flglilliiK In pfufWI bOtlt Noo UQOPleV8ki
MdMiAY, Aiitx. 23. President of the Kiishian Duma aniioimres that
the Uerman battle cruiser Moltke, three other (iertnan rruinerH and
Heven Oerman torpedo boats were destroyed in the lialtic and finlf
of Riga Mid that a (ierman landing party of h.ikmi men ns exter
minated north of Riga. Anthagfiador I'age notiflea Washington that
no warning wan given before the sinking of the Arabic RtltMflll
iiunlts nn tilt i iii it 1 1 1 1 1 from (iermmiy ileuinuillng i ' i iulssioii for the
uissit)e of in hi, it imis to Turkey throuirh Ituinniiiii. Violtttl nr
tlllory 1 1 -1 1 1 i 1 1 r continues In Artols. Krcin h Soclnllsts MICONll in
efforts, to (jet a secret session of ChUBbpf of DtpntlMi nt which iht
UtllPTUOMOt niny lie qtii'stlonrsl reunnlln nillltftry OptnttolMi 0M
innn fUffoplaMMd drop liomhs on Ilrost-I.ltovsk.
TUBMDATi A tig, 24. Capt. Flnrh positive that submarine sank the
Arabic (iermans rapture Ossowier fortress and rlose in on Hrcst
l.itovsk. Forty British cruisers mul deal royers Iminlinn! OprtBtn
stibtnarlne station at .echnicgo. French tako trenches near lIllMV
der, in Ihe Vostjes. Italy reiorti"l Rbolll to soml force to Darda
nelles, Japan ftecMH to employ all nwonrCM to make munition;
f ir her tile.
WKDNBSDAYi Aug. 25. Ambassador ion Rernstorff rereiies message
from Rerlin regarding ainking of Arabic saying: "If Americans
should actually have lost their Hies, this would naturally lie ton
trary to our intentions." (Jorinans take; Kovol, on Russian retreat
line from Braat-LltoYnk. Austrian drive Itallani from poaltloti
mi lielclits of Monfalcoiie.
THURSDAY, AtUti 26. Dr. ion llelhmaun llolliieg, fierman Imperial
( hanrellor, sas that if the commander of thr fierman suliniarine ex
reeded his instructions in sinking Arable fiermany will ghe full
satisfartinn to the I'nitetl States. Austrlnfl army musses on Ser
bian frontier, sir Edward OrajTi in reply to ir. von Bethmann-
HollWPft, says pence on tlerninn basis g Inipoaalble, BritlMD gain
soo yard on Halllnvll Penlnaula, RrrstNtaltovak'a outer ilefencea
penetrated by Augtrtrtlenuan forces, fii-mians deny loss of the
Moltke. aying only ore small (ierman uiirship was sunk, while
three Russian ships were lost.
ntlDATi Aug. 27. Hrest-IJtovsk falls. Misty-two French nvlatura
shell armor plant in Rheniab Pruaala. British Admiralty aunouucea
the ainktnR of a German aubmaritie by a Rrltlah aviator.
BATL'RDAY, Aug. 28. Anihassatlor vail Renislurff assures I nitetl States
his (iovernment will give "romplete sat:sfacttnn" if the rimunaudcr
of a (erntau submarine exceetied his instrurtious iu atlat-k on
Xrabir. Austro-t ierman forces take (Mila and nietiuie liroduo, the
last Polish fortress. French viator continue air raltla mi (Ierman
munition fBetorlea. Twenty-live thousand Welsh colliers nut in
lew strike. Itnlians uear outer folflHcatiniia of Trent, (5r v.
ikos a npw ini'lt nirnM'UMMit
Atmoipherle Pi'pNiir'P Dtaahlea
Men Kicii When They
ahe had been serving six months for rob-
' blng Kdward Van llrork of Spun.,. N
, ,lJ. of S6 on July last.
Not byeteria. hut the most prorouni M()w slll,rltK.k WH, ,,K,.i prisoner.
nervous demoralisation may result jsn,. worked Indinttrlnusly about the Jail
merely from the blasts of wind produced and was so neat that It was decided she
by shell explosions, according to the
london Lancet, Which gives some of the
dhsprvat :onn uf
la tad by him to
Paul Ravaut, as ic
the Academie de Mtde.
cine de Pa He
ll Ravaut observed a csss in Novem
l-cr. tl4( where, after a her. explo
elon. a man was carHs I to tlie ati)hu
lance ntation -ufTentm from paraplegia,
which n a paral.vMi of the bwer half of
Ihe body. In March. Ill ft, the explosion
oi a bomb u t rifle over a yard n wa y
left a man paralysed on hla left sWs
and unable to speak. Iu DOth these
raSSS all feeling had been tle-dtroyed in
the paraiyxed parte and there wan no
where any external wound. The sti OH 1
-ase got well in twelve day. ex ;", t-r
soma stttTnesa it- the left leg
In another InMaAOt an explonm mSiAt
one victim ainmst oomatosi
headaches and deafness In the left ear
Tlie explosion of a mine near a trench
setit another man Staggering fr helj
end talking lie oherently. He recovered
In ten day.
such casea, thinks M. Ravaut srs dus
to the IWlft change In atmospheric pres
Sttfi caused by t he explosion . This
'ii uses hemorrhages iu tlie nervous sys
tem They are mote common on the
firing line than hysteria.
MAY JOIN SEWERAGE SYSTEM.
UrHiiurh, If OR tela) If nml other
Tim ii i x pee ted ' i it.
Bast OgaNOga x. 1, Aug. tl. vn
i ouncemeni that Mayor Worrall K.
Mountain of Kast Ofangs is to confer
with the Passaic Valley Sewerage Com
mlsalon. Which has authority over the
big Hume being constructed to end the
pollution of tlie paaaalc River by com
muni ties along its banks, Indicates the
noaalbls termination of the t,,
conatrucl an Independent disposal plant
for Orange i Montctalr and Baat tirange.
Mayor Mountain is lo discus oh
Tuesday t he sntrancs of his city into
Ihe scheme which Kast Orange and the
Ol her suburban places rejected some
time ago. and as the Xew Jersey leg
islature has fixed Heremher, I !M , as
the Anal period for sndmg ihe pollution
ot the river a ml no move has been
ma tie to setabllah I U pa rate s stem
foi the cities mentioned it is considered
not Improbable that application will la
made for all three o enter Ihe HaaaalC
PATERS0N AGAIN IN TURMOIL.
laltOf Willi l.etlt-ra to Mall l orn.
In lire I III rm.
PaTaaaoN, n. i . A up. -k -Charlea
Van Oleen of diena Kalla, N, Y, aep
a rated hlmaelf from the farm fea .i.im
.ii;.. and decided to vimi relatival h re
and aee what "a real city look like."
Charlea aaw much, ll all Intereeted
htm. Hut back in tlleiia I'.ills v.is
maiden fair, f'harlea w.n homealcki ir
wrote .1 letter; two. even three He
heard Of the new fancied mail Imxes
at every corner.
itox 45 1. at Broadwiy and Main
Btieet, looked .ill right, U hi ,l,elli,l (lie
doir "I'ull down the Ihhih." he law In
, lllal laneuan. so )., did. The ball
' tinkled Sure, the mall man waa oom.
! ina Charlea waited for hint,
"lint why ao many wafOMf I have
only three letterH," he nttlatd aa Klre
Chief Coyle and Battalion fiibf Pleldi
arrived with three automobile fire en
:im automobile nu. k and thirty-
chief Coyle reoognlaed in rhari.-a a
country youth when he plead'd, "lloneat.
1 only wanted to mall a letter,'' and
prevented the angry llrenien from giv
ing him a hoae hath.
h Kutinte 1
GIRL ESCAPES PATERS0N JAIL,
Wsiks out in i i ii, ties BelaaarlaaT
i ', --- n J . Aui :.- every po -
liceman ami detective in the northern
half of New Jersey was on tin- lookout
tn-dav for Susie Hherlock. who veater.
day afternoon appropriated oik of 'he,
best niitllts she could tlnd In rile ward- 1
ri.hc of Mrs Amos II. RAdclmV wife ,.f I
the Sheriff of Paaaalc county, and then I
walked on: of the i-ountv iail. where I
Hit In- J'tsl rne rignl pel son ro g,vetvlvr 1 ' niue i ooo me niiiaaars
the Badclnfe apartment, In one wins
the ia tl. its summer cleaning go
a xua i d PhiK hsf I" tlie rooms, w h-re
Mr Radrllffs sxnlalned what wai to
be done, and then left her there alone,
VVhen Mra. Radcllffa returned sh
found that Susie had disappeared to
gether with a complete head to fuot out
fit, even to a fine veil.
for the Dining Room
NO little of that aristocratic
grace which makes so de
lightsome a gathci ing place
of the typical old Georgian Dining
Room is imparted by the comely
Furniture fashioned by Sheraton
and his fellow -craftsmen
The Hampton Shops Reprodue.
tions tif these Masterpieces the
hospitable round Table, for in
stance, the Chairs, designed for
comfort as for looks, the bow
fronted Serving Table with its
slenderly tapering legs offer abun
dant opportunity of giving to the
Dining Room of our own day a
satisfying savor of the leisurely
times of long ago.
fJTAMF TON d JL " I
S4AN0SSWBJTS24 STRUT i ' B
' NBW YCTJH i ' ' . ,
l- bee y anri-
v... M ' .fB- i j 1 1! : '
'"' - ''&i$S': .... . v L ji'i
m i ' ii ii im iht Tnir Fiw wnTT t iTT i Mnrmirrii 1 1 iiaaawiirnmriTaiii muw
wfmw re yam
"MOVIES, HOT WAR,
England Is Busy Appliiiiditiff
Charlie Chaplin, sys
is WAKING CP, HOWEVER
fitw,nt Vnhlr Iitiftatrh to Tnr Sin.
liOMDOIti Aur". -t. TIip Titnra "nru
trjil" " orrf-tioTidf tit flrrr'lx'H IiIh lmprr-i-slnn
dUlini his prevent stay of throe
Wft-'kn In KiiKlarul, Which In tho nrcnnd
ariltce tli wh r hrarnn. He iiotie nn Im
menM llHcfMtlOtI from the in'liffrrnc
pfevalent dtlrini htfl firmer vtHit, hut
lavH (here in etltl iph rHni.li In condt"
tioiiH thnti thr hen ben In om (if ihe
nonflfhtlntf coutitrh i, m Bwederii for
Inntnncei nhli h fin a mmpU t vmi
f Imir . ml I i y fur Pin. T9IWf 1 1
T eiNjnfefll thAl .h r l nny ronip it i-
betweeti thr coiieentMtkiti f tir
many fi war anri your i&ttlttide toward
idle Mr iKiri" would I" a deliberate faisi
tiontton (if facta which mivii.t flattar you,
inn would certaliil - ventualty help Oer
I many, to impu i. tin .iv rag- i-.hk-
II eh man of 1 1 mtddh cieeaei realise
and underatandi th war ti tho extern
that ih'- Derm uti does would he whollj
The Germans taha tin vtww ihat tin
itnt i.i i i lanlsnelles expedttton w as h
mail proje i from the outset and that
succees i- linposelblt, according to thai
correspondent. He finds that tin- view la j
expressed b) some even here that thai
opratlnnM are difficult, while oihera are
confident that the Alias will be III Con
Istantlnottle within a month.
; 'No ii nn teii how ih.u feat in to
i ! nerompll hed" continues the rorres-
pnl .1. nl ' So one here arguen with milt
tary knowledftTu as do the QefWMIMI on
the subject, No one seems to attach the
Ifftgantlc Importance to it that the Oer
1 mans do.'
The wilier then discusses the attitude
of ihe puhin in attending the movies j
win. h. ii, ilermnnv. are usetl solely fr '
I an ocular demonstration "f the war. he
, a s.
' "War It Ihe sole national tOptO in ler-
I many." he contlnues "hut in Bngtand
the main Intereat is centred mi the
lantl k ( ,i personage known Charlie
' i h.tpl ii. Who seems to bf th hhd of
J miliums in tin- (United Kingdom.1
' This contrast gave the writer an un
I pleasant ImpresalOHi he says. However,
he adds that he saw the ta w troops and
found them in magnificent condition. In
:t me IT) mood, and cR'T tt go t the
fn.i. t. '1'in wen- well equipped and
wire marching freely and easily, in con -
in.., ..oi, in., -i shuffle" The
i-.rresprndcn1 ..leu says he found great
umbers of people straining every m-rM-
. .1.. mmIm nff an. anri fur the nslloiisd
welfun Me paya generous tribute to
I oilier activities III tin- Interest of Ihe Dli-
lllon ind m 'in- sacrifices being gladly
I made b;
: GIRL OF 15 CLAD AS HOY SOUGHT
mill tin! Willi Iter lle-
lleved tn He In lateiwoa,
I'ATgaaoM. X. J . Aug is. apt a In .if
Detective. Tracey received word from
the police of Brooklyn lo-ds) that they
were atrpngl) oi tin- neiiei tnut nrteen-
Id Htevena, who t in away
from horn, yesterday dressed like a
lHy, awnmpanled by Max Ooodman,
aboul her own ag-. waa In this city,
I The gll mother also asked that evety
I Vtoln waa nr tne opinion she could
I have in 'He freedom as a boy
rtail1 and doom d km
IkmhcS, a Jat'Kel and ill else that
nv . vi .Th a boy's ou'ft! Then she met
Max atid Ihey went forth into the world.
I,at reports Were that they hail
crossed tin ferry at Kort Lee and
aoardi i . i m irked Psteraon.
Toronto and return
The Road of Anthracite
40,000 SEE BIG BABY
PARADE AT KEANSBURG
War and Peaee Repreaented la
Float Edith Ifelale
Win Fliml Prixo.
KaaNaacna, N. .1 . Ann. 3B, llablea
from everywhere ure here to-day fnt
thi iif'h annual bab) puradi . fai babli
Iran bablea, amnll buhlee, lull babiea,
liiihii-H nf till .iii. - i.ivh liMliiee and whh
Ina bablee Thay were reviewed b) K'na
Jirry and Queen Inea, who with their
court hi! Ihe, paaeanl ai far aa tin
thrntiii ererted near the f'-i -f Carr
I The war paused many iiib
1 m I"- shown Ihe larger nn
sentlni the pi valltni nanonul em inent
that neutrnllt) Nhnuld be pi -served
by all possible meant ami pea s
malntalnedi 'ar numex, wai' bulites,
by sroutai all '',rt often ettllwl to innid
the Htruavls g"inir on ncmss fh e.
W mi nan utTi ae ,nd the mil It w ere
much in evidence, while man) rhlldhttod
themes and fall) tab.- Were departed
l.ong u advane of tlj' hour r i. despite
the cold and threatened rain. Ihe 0,004
speotators who ars aathereil here lo
Watch the parade Were up the Men. bent
on gaining some vantage point and
hold I ng it agai n-d all comers.
One hundred silver mips w-re the
pr7.en competed for. The grand prize
wan wop by Ivhth Heinle) of Newark.
Waller Hill Hfl Inn Herd.
ItlMMUAPOMai Aui:. 31 Walter J.
IIHI. youngest sou nf Jamei J, Hill, hai
bought th- shorthorn rattle herd of Ihe
late H. A. Webb Intact. Mild Will take
them to his farm in northern Minn
sola. The hrd consists nf Iheee ImiIIh
and slaty cows, Including lannenster
I mpSo-ss, who. as a hetfer. Won thti in
terns t Ion ul chsmplonshlp ai laaj int r
national stock 'iiow last wlntei ul it
i ago The prii i- pa d is said In I. . houi