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Capturing a Continent's Trad.
Some of the things the United States must
do to invade successfully the South
American markets. In neat
THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair to-day and to-morrow; not much
change in temperature.
Highest temperature yesterday. 63; lowest, 44.
Detailed Weather, marl and marine reports on paee II
VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 29.
NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916. raaynaat. ins. bp m ton pmtm$ m pnkt
PRICE TWO CENTS.
MOSS 5 TO 3
District Vttorney Carries
All Except Five Assent
BKAI.1 WINs OVEB
WW K.s FOB CONGRESS
jiy rimsnally Qniet, IV
tectives in Antos Watch
ing foi Gangs.
NEW YORK COUNTY.
i i.l rift t tome , It en til lea a .
i m-'ti ili.iit. mlssine
1. . .. i enrolnieiu . t4
A IVrk.-.s r.-'.ni.niiod
for Metric! Attorney of New York
county by the Re pu blloani in ysatar
Li's primary. II defeated Frank
ji ai about 5 to 3.
I '.. cause i f the new rystem of hav
Ir.c ;iv police collect the returns on
U' i iil of Slips the COUBl was nittu-r
t.ou At mlilniaht It was clear, how
e t, that while the Republican or.
(an Ration, which Bttpported IVrkint.
Old nul make aroort Its prediction that
I; lUld beat Mots 3 to 1 it had
' id an eaay victory .
- reaorteel at o'clooat, with j
tiatrteta muxuinc. RtrbUna had 10,791
aco Itoae 1,417.
A. Mi us waa MNBlnaled by the I'ro-
afoeelvoa und the Aineiican piny he
will run for District Attorney aajalnat
Mr. Parklna ami Judtra Edward
few inn, nominated by the Democrats
Mots curried only Ave ,.f the thirty
one Assembly ulsmct his ow n. '
!..- h la the Thlrty-hrst. the Twenty,
t. I, where the Republican leader, Col.
rl Woodward, was 'an ori.n.il
Moot man", the Third, the Eleventh,
where the organization leader, Qcorge
W Wanmaker, was upset, und the
" Ii- ilo.s-I'erkiiis vol.- wat a little .
larsar than was ospOOted by the or
i aation leaders, tiut of a Republican
tni mem of 4.J3 for New York
ou'.ty more rh.in IT.DOii voters went
to th polls, t'ounty Chairman Koenls
had not looketl for more than l.VOOu.
Tht He publican vote in the Whllman
Ri LSM-Hinman primary contest a year
B wat mi. Soli.
n i Rtpuhllean aott so no rally waa
ab it a per cent, of the enrohaent, arni
t Democratle vote S'l per cent, where
ti.- Pt were contests.
Horn Mmle 4.oi,U llttti for Judtte.
f't the City Court contest the Inda
lei I irmoorat. J isiph T. RrnK
t. . la a aood run aga:iist JuHlce lairens
Z-... r. who was aomlnatad bv Tammany j
'i the Republicans. Tilt- B.ir Ass.K ia-
- 'i... approval o Zelier teemed to
Bt'.p kin Tlyaii. With fifty. two ilia j
- miaelns Zelier had B,MI, asalnatl
11 I for Ryan.
- t of the important primary ton
ti - . utt the "orarreationa! scramble in
I Twtnty.thlrd district. whlOh is one
Ih tl-..- dittrlcts in the country to
iVi ,:. fi ction thli year
nun my. backing Kllsworth J. llealy.
.i - "I u er tiie indrpeiideiits," whose t
ii data for the Democratic nomination i
Wat rae ii Ray at llealy married j
t . . of Char let K Murphy. In trying
i aim the anti'Murphy crowd
I ' - much of Urn argument agalnat I
- ii. but it Waan'l ttrons enough to I
1- il down the organ. la I ion.
- rat e was to clone, however, that
i . .v m, arlth twenty-nine dunriett i
- ill Si llealy had 4.03 to 3,4tt for
Hi. - Tne riayao nun were claiming
Tht Republican nominee for Congress
U ...... district Is William S Rennes
"Rannal with one t,' " who tenid i
JW'o ten nt In I lie heWar hoiite, bill was I
I' ita the last lima he ran. His Re-;
I' m opiioneut I" sat SI day was Will
I Weotter. Iteiinet had a walk-
Ho is tlws nominee of the Progres
sives md Hie American party as well ,ut
i Kepubtleane. Tiw dlatrlel it nom-
I' 1 I 'einocratlc, but if tiie Republican
II 1 ureetovi fori es n.itl lieen com-
i . -t eai they atould have won.
'I-Ws elenUoii district be llv at I
? iiitt UTth at reel got six volea
t" taan for Perklna I'erkins, who i
' - ii Hi Bssl forty-ninth street, also
hli own election diatrict, 17 to s
lull, of Perkio. . Barrel."
brl) in the evening the campaigners
Mm i.eadquarters, III Bsal Twen
r treat, were heard complaining
regular Republican organise'
..a York county had used an
iSti lot ,,f' mime) in getting oui
e Perk i vie Nobody charged thai
ten bought, but the Vines work
a I Pat an efclraoidin.tr BUnt
Bel f -'tl in Ibe liari Hide ill.tia Is
tesrtsaad s PMN Poyt.
Italian Warship Blown Up; I
334 of Crew Believed Dead
Benedetto Brin Is Destroyed by Explosion After Fire in'
Harbor of Rrindisi Only 386 Known Survivors
Rear Admiral Among the Lost.
ADMIRALTY SAYS RLAZE WAS ACCIDENTAL
ajaaM i a i f,,wtrf. to Tut srv
Hour.. J.pt. vTh IM cUw Italian
battleship Bsaodetto Ma Uterally
torn to eoes by aa Internal explosion
while Ijlne at anchor t-dy In the
;ii i.r ai gerbjattat,
Only ST1 men anj eight offi, eri of her
eaaaataataat of "20 bmm n-e aaewa to
have been tared. This makes ha total
taeaaJtjr list .131 onVen and men. Rear
Admiral nUbttl il- Cerrln. who vat In
eammaad of the ahip, among, the dead.
The Admiralty, la briefly announcing
the acoktint, ea) that it ansa due to a
tlight internal Are whah leached tl
laaaatlntt before it could if extiu-.
auathad. There MB BO t:m. however,
for warning: t le ftven to the men anl
no attempt as ma til la lower boat.
The Benedetto Ilrln wai a vetwel of
SOUND BOAT SINKS;
6 SAVED; 14 MISSING
laabfl if N'orwislk l.ini'
Wrpfked Off Cow Rfef
i rr Taken t Ronts.
Sl'RVIVORS IS STAMFORD
BraMPnao. ronn , Sept Plea bare
footed, ihlvarlrej tabors :n charge r
their second engineer. Qooras Ilrown.
Itaml lad into police beasejaartefe her
at 7 o'clock this even ng and toll of
the sinking of me.r fraSJht steamboat,
the l.abei. off Cow real. Up to mul
I i.ght aoly these ris men of the crew of
twenty had reaced land.
The lialltl. which i owned by I ha
Norw-aii, Biaanshnat Com pan) of Nor
walk. i'.e n.i and pllae betwaan NvrwalH
and New York, left Plar .1.'. Baal River.
itut afternoon for Bouth Soewalk arlth
a . .ire Be- era n.e 'l.i:.l ..- .
erdins: to the survivor she began
.nk lap, diy on reach'.ns the famous COW
reef, two ml.es out '.n the BoUBd from
The sailors express doubt that the
boat struck a rock, booaaee they Iranst
they telt no stnlden jar . but there era
many rocks In the Sound where their
sl ip sank beneath them, and no other
explanation seems plausible. The man
say that four llfebowtt wer- manned el
oiue. one in ihargc of Capt Roland, ona
in charge of chief Engineer Wells
Clough. the third In charge of ira'
Mate K N Pegan. and the fourih, wh '.
reached here. In charge of dOOrS
The i lew was at supper when
boat begar. to settle. By the time the
last boat was shoved uwa the water
had already reached within four fee: of
tea davlta, The boat disappeared be
fore they could row away BroWB and
bis men rowed :iie two miles and Imme
diately reported to police headquarters.
lieorge PootO, general manager of tho
Norwalk steamboat Company, was no
llfled. He hurried to the Stamford
pu rs In a motor and took charss of tli
search lor tn, missing boats.
The survivors say tht v keit In lou h
with the "taer bfelwats by snouting as
lung a. thee could. The sa the I'lm
bna. also of fie Norwalk St-ambo.it
Company! w-aa in the vicinity of the
Isabel when she sunk and they have an
idea th.ut the llllatlial members of the
ctvw mav liave la-en p.cke.1 up by bar.
A' midnight Mr. Foote said that he
would charier a tug immediately and
search the Sosjnd fur the men.
HOTEL BLOWN OFF MOUNTAIN.
Hair vt ai Haaae
BmPtgl Wrecked b
CwaeaatfAi N. H.. Sept. :s.
over the New
mile gab- whll h rtsed
Ham pa hi re
mountains to-day tore tb
iim H .lf W,i House on MI. ' hoco-
rua from its foundations and blew It
4 iiiii) feet down the mountain. I'arts of
the building Ml late th- valley In 'he
town of TamWOTth, not far from the
former .summer home of SX-Freeldetll
iM.-velantl. The hotel, a 110.000
tore, was owne-1 b) lavld
Sliver Lake. N. 11.
The liou.e h,oi been vacant ilnce Sep
tember It. when the last summer guests
i.,f, Mo furultuie could !' found, so
completely was the building
STUDENTS DEMAND NEAEING.
I, noil I - of I'. I tidernraduatea
s Itouud Hot. In.
PtilUkpaLrRia, Sept. Js.-o-More llian
l ,-,.iu students of ihe Unlveratty of
Pannarlvanla. Including rapraaantatlvot
.. . verv undi-Ki oiuale and profi.-esloi.al
department. OUjnad a BOtll
...,iio, iiiiuii I'rovoei Bmltl
.and I ho
card of truateee lo ralnetwe Prof,
Scott Nee ring, who wat dropped from
ihe faculty last June. Ai Ihe same time
th.. camiius wan placarded with .arse
signi, announcing "this i
on tin. Bwmnua."
The movement is not confined to th
Wharton school, which original-i int
agitation for Prof. Naarlng! relnatal
ment. Btudentt In aii departmtntt par
ticlpated ill the work of teCUrlnB llg
,, ,t irei thus placing the entire student
body of the univrrsgjy behind the de
mand. $5,000 FOR MILITIA FLIERS.
Honor Wants ttlatlon t orps
I'suultt Here a ml lit l..ihu.rlu.
A check foi 1"'.""". la bt used In train
ing oih.-. is of the National t iuurd In
n ation, ha- b. en senr to W. Redmond
Cross, a gOVOmur of the Ac
Arnei i i. Il Is to be used In
o i 'lull of I
to provide an aviation
coip for the
M '-- o hUOeltl mlllll.l and
for Irani "g onk'sre "i tnc nam torn
mi BTBBI. rtigTtnir i.nu.r. sea.
I'rudeo Co., 30 Oliurvb sr , .V t 4df.
U,4:r tin. S.i wan , .mpletd In liat
aa a itttr lip of the buttlesh p I'.et.ra
Marghcrita at a cot of I i.T.iO.noO.
The barbel at Brtmli.: BnU well fliled
with BfafablBB Of all elaattB! ni of
them lyliuj close by the Benedetto Hr'.n.
but ror.e of them wa injure.! at lar aa
known a. v.-i.: Krom tie out.et of
the war the Hrlndu! BBftaf h.J been
used at B b.ie for the Italian tlret
No niet.t.on is made bv the Al
mlra.iy of the caBM of the flre
Tiie Battlethli saHMafkftta Hrlr. was
laid down in Ittl and pomt4etad la
1"I, jtre STaa of a lie known at the
Brin .at., of wlii. h theie it but one.
other, the ItMtaa M.irulient.i Bdh
thips coat ll.'tt.eet. The Bstiadatta
Brin rarrtad four II liu-h and tour x
lack aunt in her BUUB lattery anl w.it
qalBttad with four tahBtlfgad utpeilo
tubaa Mlt way of 13,411 ton. and waa
4tt feel Ions, with a ? foot lm. ller
t-ed w.ia II knotl.
ST. JOHN'S TO GET
Mr. Watson, Wko Died in Csr
Carrying Rleh Jewels. Re
ailOO.OOO LEGACY LIKF.L1
I'tl i M-ri riti. Sept i The will of
Mrs. Annie M.irsden aSShan Watson, i
who dropped dead :n New York on I
September n. with more than Iti.'.non m
money and Jewels secreletl on her per- !
son. Wat probated at I oylejit..w-n, l'a .
to-daj Mrs Wataen was the wife of
Heer WlnflaM Watson. f.rmer Repre
tentative from tie Kigbih PSnnajrlvanie
'ongress district. It disposes of an
tatata rati mated at between 1 490,004 and
t0 1400 00t and contains two urraoul pro
ne v ..ions
s that all her Jewelry is to
be separated, ihe rms la be sold and
their pne-eeds added to the reetduafy
estate, and the gold IS to be melt.!
and ueed aa a Unlng for the font of a
church which she provides shall he
founded lire aa a memorial to her mother
The other provision stipulates th.ii at
the death of her husband
slate win. h is left to him
..II of her
to the Cathedral of St John
In New York
Mrs. Watson dirtits b--r husband to
approve the plans for the church to b,
built here, allowing 1100.000 for its
ost. and upon Ins indorsement it It to
become the property of the diocese of
Pen na Ivan to.
Bishop Havtd H. tireer whoa told laal
night of the provts.on made for the
Cathedral of st. John the Divine tald
that n was a complete surprise to him
He h.ol never met Mrs Watson nor
been told by her that the New York
church was to be remembered.
"It . not altogether in. ompr.-her.sible.
however. ' he added, ' We very nfti n
receive such booUOOta from people who
are unknown to us. Kut If my memory
serves mo rightly this is the largest eift
of such a character that has ever bean
made to the cathedral."
Mi. Ida I'avon. who was a dose
friend of the dead woman, said that aha
was aatonlebed at the provision, as Mrs
Watson had never txpress.-d the
slightest interest in the New York
"The only reason I can think of for
the bequest is that Mrs Watson was. 1
believe, a friend of the late BiahOp
Potter Her friendship mav have
prompted her to make the gift
FIRE THREATENS SUFFERN.
I Tew a talis for Help I'roni .i,.li
borlnic V lllnuet.
I Scrraas, N. Y . Boot, i; n a
r ire siarteq in toe nvi and Ten
store in latfayrtle sVOnUO here at 11
trStOOk mis morning luid quickly Hpi.nd.
i .ai.-ning to wipe out the bus. nee., sec.
I tint) of t Uh village.
I At a m. tee-i bujidlnga hiui been
iierfiioi e.i anil a w hole tihs-a wai In
falls l.avo la-en sent ftir help from rlie
fire departnietKa of Spring Valley.
Rsmaey, Tusado, Rldgawood ami nil
CZAR SUMMONS HIS CABINET.
tllnlttert til l.ea.e Pi IsegJBBd for
II tiler's llrntltiuartrrt.
c.ai t'seis aatpelet to Tm. st -.
ParaoonAit, Bapt ils . . -riie entire Rus
sian Cabinet haa bet n aUYnrnorssd to the
All Hie M insters have left Pelrogiad
ii, HooiiTliin.v with 'he orders.
STOPS TALK OF CONSCRIPTION.
iillth l.ll. I oin minis lo Avoid
Bjtgeatlaa a) "CeillSgl Moment."
London, Sept. :'s.- Premier Aoquith
sppealed i" ail mambora of tin- House of
Cormnotts tins aft ar noon not to raise the
question of oonfloripttotl or the tuis'os!
of ttoent iwrulting "at this critical mo
n nt tn the hlttory of the war.'"
"It Is eaiKs'liilly undesirable that the
rnorulllng question bo discussed Just
now." sard the Prime Minister, "when we
are watching with intense sympathy and
hope the gallant effort, of IBs allied
It ll.11 l.l. .nil. . ... till vie.. Killed.!
Ipaeajl Catlt peepefel o Tn. si .
IsiNpuM, s pt II Todgy'a casualty I
i'.t Donlalni the names of thirty affleere,
of who 11 nlni wort Billed, and 1,04
men. of w in in ill Pare bMod ,
KIRCHWEY GOES, 1
PERHAPS FOR GOOD
Gets" Y par's Lefste From t -
laaiUi ratTersltj und
WAS HEAD OF I. AN aCHOOf.
Much Interested In Prison Re
form. t sn Itf l!n 1
Miulf No Pinna.
Trof Ceoreo Watk'netnn Kir lifi
former dean of -olumbla latw S 1 !
and known at a rftrmer la plitK-t and
prlton w-ork. hat applied for and rr-
t'etved a year't leave of aBatftea from j
bit lecture dutlea in the u-lvemity. with ;
the probability of belna retlre.1 at the;
end of that time.
It hat long btaa known b l1le pro- I
fe.sor frlanda that h. BBtBhla interest.:
have kfd hint away from M uri eil:v
work, but it w-at a dtatlncl .urptl.e
when Data Btonti who succeeded Praf '
Prof. George W. Kirchwey.
Kirch WOy as head of the law s ho.)!, re
delved Ward In midsummer thai Prof
Kirchwey would ask to be relieved The
request w as formally made about a wash
ago and granted at once. Tht mailer
will probably come up at the meeting
of the lioard of tnjttOOO next Moral, i
Prof Kirchwey retired as dean soon
after his active entrance In polities aa
a Pros reser He was progressive
nominee for the Court of Appeals In
111 After being relieved of hi duties
as dean, he gave more and more of
bis urn,- to his prieon reform wor. lie
is a metnbei of the I'ommi.s.o- i,i
Prieon Reform aid a dire, 'tot of the
New v r Prison Aaaui iatlon.
Prof Klrchwej s ratlremenl --eivei
the rumor that he 'i. to enter atqively
Inro prison work He w ts mentioned
In AUSUti lam as a poss'ble sin , agor
of John l: Rile) as Buparlntandont of
Prltona but raid
"I am Very much Interested -n pr .--n..
em a memle-r of the Reform Commis
sion, but you mutt remember I have a
permanent pi.ii e at I'o'.tittih.a "
That wat only a short lima before
Dean Btone heard that Prof Kirchwey
would ask for leave Prof Kirchwey
said last li ght that he hid no pirns for
next eor that he could announce, and
that he had net In proa pact a petition
In connection with priso- w. rlt
Crof Klrchweys tyinpathloa in the
war are strongly with the Allies, and
few months after the war started he
denianded that ihe United States as a
neutral nation pr test agalnat the viola,
t'on o: rttigian neutrality and the drop
ping of bonrbg on uofortlfkvd - ties Trie
fear that he would not be neutral in hi.
aaeet h caii-ed tin authorities of the
tTnlvertit) of Michigan to refute to per
mit him to sgaeak there. He strong!)
defended Bryen after the igtter'a r--..L-natlon
as Secretary of Butte ami called
u a . slamltp,
Ppof, Kirchwey tame lo Columbia
from the Albany Law HVhool in ts.
lie has been a contributor to law and
other perlodlcabl and It the author of
Several Imoks on legal subject- He
hold, ti- degr- e of doctor of laws from
Yale. New York Cntvoralt) and the
University of Cincinnati.
SPLIT CZAR'S COURT
Russian Official Asserts Kf
t in Friendly in Khi'mt
Qlvei Aid to Ftips.
t sari's Pmhh Pstsofel fa Thi 5,
A.MtTKKf aM. Sept II. A protllini lit
Rutsian wli is on his w.i to I'liinee In
connection with war OOUtmcta gaaorted
io tuk tsi-s- uorreepondeni lodn that
i serious dlfflculti, s have arisen a' tin
1 pprlal court In Patrograd,
I Since the outbreak of ihe War Tni'
Si n's Informant declares iht Russian
court has been divided Into two campe.
The Stronger "f the two appears to lie
the pio-Herman faction. So Influential
It this taction that It hat succeeded In
asserting its will In main vital ques
tions, although " has been unable to
Interfere with Ihe decisions of the inlll
tst y staff
The name and Influence ol some of lis
members enabled ihe pioQerman faction
io obtain tbsi hand Information of tg.
Iremely important value to the Qermana.
The situation reached lis climax after
several court members Of high standing
reaolved to eapoee the clique.
I II4POBNI . tSt lll) round Irip.
1. in. 1, uii" nsiiruao.
Uo- Bouts th- Hl.o k I'lfunitn I "
1, , or roates. uaUmlttd .tojiovtri aad 1
lei toil" 11" p.r. I Will" for t'.s.k:'
BBS BbkV 1
Tick' ' es "11 Broailws) .. 'I llll
,111,1 Dii'l llrniiklMi. Its )'l UOllsh Ave:
Newark III '-' Set Bt . N.a U . til. lit
Ckur Ii st dot
$500,000,000 LOAN IS DECIDED ON;
BRITAIN GIVES BULGARS WARNING;
DECISIVE BATTLE RAGES IN FRANCE
Friendly. im Dp
Menaee to Seriis.
Sim - Orej.
XKITRAL ZONE TO BE
FIXED. BERLIN HEARS
Aili n Niiil t Have Come
in Agreement With
Pro-German Members of
Bulgarian Cabir-et Quit
.,-. it reStt .!
laiNOON, Sept. IS
The (.Hi NNt
.. Tiir i v
ii Si tta telagraphi thai the outlcstH
f.-r tin- Entente Powers in Bulgaria
Is much brighter.
lr. D. Tont- hew and J HakA"
low tth atrong proQerman mem
bora the Cabinet have rwelgned
and a COOtpletl reconstnicC.-m of
the Mlnlatr) is esptseted. It is be
Hatred tiiir M tlhenedleff . leader of
the anti-l ierm.in .trt. will Is in
the new Cabinet
A BoBa deepatdl say. that K m
I-', rdlnand grantiil a long I idl
er-ee to-day to the dSBSocrattO
leader. M Ifsllnoff.
ItOMnOK, Sept ?
t. I the House of
ihe rah) t lone bstwaei
Hu t ii . i it present
with the Teutonic
-Pr Bdarard ilrey
mmons to-day that
ilrest Rt Hair aad
ai'e thiM. ol ' the
ut thai 1 1 Rul-
m.n. he: aiding
Allies, .the Bril sli
.inplre. "i i concert with t Allies, wii!
throw in the fall Weight of its power to
up., ihaae Balkan Btates winch
might i. attacketl in ronaaquence of
such a move s.t Edward tald
ttur oiticiai information from the
Bulgarian novernment i that thee !-.,.
take.i up a posit - ii "f i ine.i neutrality
to defend ihelr righto and Independence,
and that they havt no aggretalve mien
tus whatever agalnat their Balkan
Not Mil) is there - hostility in th.s
country t - Bulgaria, hut there - u
dltlonel warm ft Una "f sympath) with
t . Bulgarian people s- long, therefore,
a. Bulgaria does not tide with the one
mica of tlreal Britain or her allies there
ceil be h- question of Britloh inltu- r.ce
or forces la ng ueed n an) sense hos
tile to Bulgarian mi ts. and so ions
a- the Bulgarian attitude i no. .gar...
there can be no itrsturnam .-i uio.e
Pre pa red
to Id Friend.
if. however, Bulgarl u
should resull in Bulgaria
imti tatvt attitude ' ti Ih
ttioli '. Eat ion
.id, of our
en. m t we are prep it
1 to gne our
friends In il
I our pjrwt .
Balkans .ill tha support in
a manner that woaij DC
me to them. Ill concert with
without r serve and without
W are "f course in consultation
I with ou a lies on Die situation, and
I believe the view eprse,l i. theirs
als.. our policy belnt to .mirt an
isreement In reaper 1 In the Hilkan
Stat, which will Inaun each of them
nm onl) ii depend' It bul a brilliant
future, based as a general principle on
. territorial and political union and kln-
' dried nationality,'
"Herman), on the other hand, has
laoughi diaunlon of tha Balkans for her
own purpose Kb) used Austria. Hungary
I to precipitate the Buropean war
"She forced Turkey Into the war In
order to realize her own aspirations to
I extend her Influents) from Berlin to
, Bagdad Klven iti PSrala Uarmany bus
fomented disorder by luring partlea of
The latest tl legrams from Sofia eay
thut it is Bulgaria'! intention to remain
I neutral and that t ie moblliaatlnn was
I deaignad solely to assist the Qovern.
Cent's diplomatic endeavor Premier
Radoelavoff hat assured the Buaalan
' and British Minister that the mobilise
tlon Is not aimed at Si rbia and lias
! promised that Bulgaria'! reply to the
, not. of the Entente Powers, win be de
i itvered within a few das
Bltaatbaa Bal Bellied,
DlsaVOWaul "f aggressive intaiitlona
on U i""t 'lf Bulgaria form the subject
ol all recent Sotla despatches but the
situation ia regarded as In aowlee sst
iied. The correspondent of th.- Dolls
relfgrapa nt Bucharest records ihe be
lief in some political quartern there that
Bulgaria win not attack Serbia unless
t.rovoked to do so bv Qreek Intervention,
hut will wait until the
I'utonic Powers ,
have defeated Serbia and win then or
, ,111, v Macedonia without
tlrevCO a pit text upon
which 10 illter-
Such a policy would satisfy Hermnny
I and would also give Bulgaria an oppor
! tun ly "i which to continue tier-ioilatlntks
I with the Rntente Powers.
Meanwhile Creek and Bulgarian 11)0
, blllaatlona irt reported to be propped Ing
I rapidly. The (jreekl arc represented in
deepotchei from Athens to be eager!)
1 Willing the colors Refugees from Tur-
kev are also volunteering In wholesale
I numbers The Bulgarians teem loot
i analoui i" lake up trim
, lagraphing ui
.'I sai that
of Ihe Time, st
iter dale of Sen
ihe peasants are
Pat ' naed "" Becsad Pass
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Interest .V .
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Headquartert New York city.
Vital Issue of ihe War
Rests on Allies' Drive;
Now Attack Third Line
Authorized British Correspondent Says Division De
pends on Whether Teutons Can Hold Out in
Champagne and Artoia and at Lens.
AVIATORS BIG AID IN
yateati I aO't Petgati 4 f- TV I Bt )
ItOMOON, Sept 11 - The authorned
torreapondoM at th.- Britlah front in
Prai e. Valentine Wllllama, sends a
g deapatch to-day detailing torn, of
Hi. features of the battle w deft Stalled
Baturda) ai d sttn oontlnuea, ii.-ferrihg
to the advance on Saturday In- quotes
loon prtaoaort at aaytng tha' the at
ack at Uoue cc-iupictel) surprises las
tattsnaaa Tbe prttsiners describe the
tlrltiin iKimhardtnent aa indescribable in
ts feroctt) ai d ea) thai the first tiling
thay knew about the assault Wat Ibt
appaaraiHt of lines of British nooit
pouring into the rial man trench ea
1 correal sHHlenl ieecrlltea tie ,..uii
cs ti e ,..ull
ir a ' nit looa, w here
oeverei ihouoand yarde
I . edvaiw f I
iver a t : "tit of I
In.- a. lies w.ie made, as a r,. p...ii inn. .to; i
region. Tht Hat neat of trie land is1
broken only by numerous slag heaps,
pitheads ai i squalid villages surroua led
U Clumps of trees. Th Writer e.le. ,
"Through the splendid initial sue
cesaaa of the Prench in Champagne and
Artoie ihe Britlah in Ihe 'Black Coun
try' ab 'Ut Lent dealt the ieriuane a
tt iniiiiig blow ihe daclalve moment
tht. imght) battle, which Is probabl)
destined t-- tigu:. as trie greataet con
riles -a hlotory, h.v. not yet arrived, it
i. SCSI -!- at. exaggeration to aay that
in. laaue of t. wholt w-ar lurnt on the
',.:.:. on whether the Hermans will be
trona enough to wtthetand tiie sledge.
' hammer blows tin- Allies art dealing
' them at the til ret
I line '! Champag
braaka in the Qsi man
e. Ill ArtOlS and al
Osrmaaa it Qrave Plight.
"Th- in, 'st imtiortant indication "f tl
trend of the battle lie- m Sir Jenn
Pt encii a communique yesterday, show
ing that although we dt.w the anem)
reserves into action We w-re s-.ill aid
t" hold the greater pan "f tin- ground
gamed But the flnal issue of the bat
lb- will not be decided until it is aeei
whether the Herman an not only hold
their ground against further a, Ivan
im: can ais.. regain the vital!) Important
ground they have alre.ul ) a Ided
'liven at I write deeperatel) hard
lighting I in prog rets- th.- more d
pet-ate be. ause both sab . fully realise I
what ts at stake This lighting la going'
forward along the whole line of the j
British advance. Tin beevirei fighting 1
to. day ha. been about a p.thead known 1
at Peas v da Bethune, a couple of miles ;
southeast of Haienee, and st Hill TO, j
which is in our hands - ,v, for a redogl
where the i.crmans an .till
"Our imn are bus ul Loos to-day.
digs Wig out the ilermans who were
bulled b our bombardment and I host
wlio are hiding in cellars gnd caves.
To I be smogs men! of everybody a iiurn
ber of civilians wer, found in the vil
lage. They had been living m the rums
of their homes Within t mile or two
Of the filing lino all summer, having
actually stayed throughout the roceni
terrible days .,,' our preliminary bom
bardment. About twenty-thr..' mora
gunt have been found bur Ii d at Loot
"A litige measure of credit for our
Initial success rest. Willi the airmen
Tin unity is enthusiastic over their
"'' ""- '" "'" "" """, was i' I. '.,t'.. r the Alia s have got ac.
over the enemy a country undoubtedly aqually strong machine or have found a
preventetl the Hermans from rushing .11.. ... ,,f ....llt nowar a ohaaea.
mente : Item
j I ll
OUS ol their front line PreVl
1. if' nelve on Maturday the
I dai mu
airmen made dally r
n iptb) of unfavorable
si remaining for two u,
1 aaitcea lu il
I sometimes t-
I llu- 1 lernrau
tirineii ii,. I,. i.e.- (lermaas.
Attacks were 111 in.- on i ho
railway lines south of I. ill,- It
tlu-te lines that the enemy
if 1 im. m
biiiig reenforcements from
. Belgium. A Herman fivigat Haiti was
wrecked on September II and the rails
I were torn up at several places on the
I following dsy, and 011 Saturday a troop
j train and a supply tram ware hit and
. the tracks were btuken at four placet.
A troop train al Lolfre station hound
I eastward toward Doual w it struck by
'aerial bombs on Sunday and three car.
wire wracked Ai the airmen were ,1,-.
I patting they noticed Unit the Herman..
had alighted and had gathered around
j the wrecked tarn At mis our flura
'planed down to roll) feel and unloosed a
.lit) pound bomb Into their niidst slid
I then rote unscathed
"1)11 Ihe same d.i, .111 "iigmi and IWO
ears on another train w- it derailed near
Pt Amand and the trees was damaged
ADVANCE OF ENGLISH
a I its place
WOIS .11 telt
Bona at Val
it of our
ng fire t.
robalily tha tuost
almtt a was their
the rulwas sta-
Junctioi,. n point
" v ai nni.i irv imtKietance t tha n.
raana, as here Itnea from Bruaaala and
Maubaug) meat the hues go.ng to Lille,
Caniorai. Toumal and BOUal "ur flght-
ing aaroplanaa last week bad twenty-s.-ven
arsBoantera n tlerman aer-.-
plati. :a known '.o n.,., been wre,k.d
and In otjly one InaUUMa did a Britlah
aeroplane coots oft seond beat.
i tin informed fat in coaaaquenct
of t.,e vigor wain which the airman .-ar
ias! in, war .mo th. rnenii t i 'Utit:
Herman flying min will no longer
, na et nut in- n
i i, .. -
in com tail Certain!) I
It rmen machine in the
pres. rn ft- -tit. while Ibis
""e seen in.
viv.n.ty ol tit..
afternoon t saw at least half a doen
Hn: .:i aeroplanes soar.r.n toward the
battlefield against a threatening sky.' 1
a grounded artilleryman who haa ar
rived iti London troin t.ie Britlah front
in Prance says thai trie tin,. ,las and
lour nights of proHminar) ttomunrdment
to level tae ilerman entanglementa and
wi.-c tl-..- tranches were ., mere trifle;
compared to the lire which aoOoaBJNMlied
Trie 'im. rte tald, was indeeoribable
S'--iie of the blggasl gUnS et used Ir. the
w ir- were in action, "Hie high explosive
.hell, known at the "Lluyd Heorge ape j
ciils' luul a tremendous effect Aa ai
n -uit of the ihe the Hermans w.re com I
i n nrivrnai'sis draw attention to a
. cneW"; ia il'Vta'i,- l.c. - in a veu
ngemty deapatoh from P-n which the
cetwor alkswatd them to print The para-
graph, which follows a deacriptMM of
the reoetMi.ii of the news of Ihe Chanp
pagne and Aruaa battle, i.
teat iS'tumsin now prevails it,
Paris ft wo. ii.i u. mu,'. greater itf tiie
puolic were tol.l lUI the tlUtll."
Jolrn Buchan. the tstrrespondent of the
f i n., ,n Pi an.-e. Whila adiniit.ng that
! hi "as unaware of the Allies' Strategic
P an. says that ihe summer brought cer
tain fact, on' in h.gh re'ief, one of them
being tiie futility of attacks on a n.w
row front He gi.- ., an Inatatice the
Hack a' PestUbert In May. after which
he broken ftont wei Inatently cloeed
Prom tll.s it seemed probable that if 111.
front we e rent on a fruit of from
twenty lo tmrtv mib s it u.;gn'. reauil
in a retreai of the wiuiie front That :
was rn,. pi.ri of Pield Marahal von I
Mack naen at Dunajec, w in re he broke
through on -i forty mite front and af
lerward was n it halted unlll lie bad
captured til- Whole of Halicla.
i The cor respond tut seya that tpeady
I results should Hid be looked for and In I
tins connection reualla the three asantha
that Baaaed after von Mackeneen'e first j
u-sauli before the fail of Warsaw. Ha
ri in da hit readers auto that those three
mouths 1 ided temporary reverse.
Tin- correepondont t.ts.
We have often boon told thai thi
Oemtan Mnaa lu the wist are wealing
Dun. We know within nai'tow limits!
their numbers, and tint these number, j
aic .' than the Allies, but lieriuafiy
hat believe)! that b the iielp of iter I
treat wai machine she would hold:
Bar front and eei take th" of
fensive with fewer troops than h,-r op- j
" I lie cal ulatioi. for a long Unas seemed
' Jiistiti.-d, but 11 looks .ls If that day
1 1 ., ,-t
I Tha Allies art atlaeklna .-,11 along the
flout Uo prevent Ihe thin part of lha
tlerman front from being t' t engtl.enc.l
from el.ewhet, .
"The 'lei mail.
Insufll 'lent raa' rv
Tile pltMl SO f .1 r looks
ui. 1 appear to have
t- meal the attack
on two adjoining Sections al the tame
little If tins conclusion is correct it
I encourage! ihe Anil's t" hope for the
THIRD USE ATTACKED. I
llrlll.lt llrtve Ihe l.erman I'oreeti
l-'tirlbrr llu, I-
tpei M Ctbh pMSBfel lo Tits Si -v
Lunpon, s. pi. .'). Th British
arntlee in northern Krance htVf matle
further progress east of Lo,. whetv
Ihe impcrt.ii.i town of Lent it the ini-
medlata objective. The Prenoh, who'
me irooperatlng In tins operatloa further
South, a"' sgported to have made ad-i
ill t tonal nalus as well. On the north-!
mi tide Hi" British troops arc btn i
ihrei inilai from Line, while on ihel
Pttalin "' ot s,,',,,t Pone J
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