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THE SUN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1910.
Wnll of Trajan, whlrh runs nearly ten
miles Inlniul from .1 point n mile or
two south uf Contdnnza. The mlOillo
point of tin) railroad, MidJIdla, Is pro
tccteil by forts, and so Is Cenintodn,
but mnt of these furls nto of niilt-wur
type, which the Gnrm.iu ho ivy guno
could smash wlthout(dlfllculty.
A possible lino nf defence, smith even
of this tine would inn from Tcchlrglnl
or Adjldl.i, on (ha Mack Sea between
Tnzl.i and Coiistunza, through Malt
mudchlol. e tulhwest of Mcdjldla, to Un
sovn. Mii'h fortifying by rntlhwoihs
In (hi lir uilj.i l dltltciilt, for tho en
tiro piovlnce Ih pinctlc:ill.i 'n dest rt, the
only nun In Kuropo, and th forui.tliui Is
limestone thinly covered with sandy mill.
Tho Dnbrudja has been described as tho
most desolalo Held (it operations In
To-d, y for the Hint time P tiogrnd
s well .i.' Iluclntrist icmit-( regarding
operations on (he Trail) Ivmi'. fiont.
Tho llulati report covcih opci minus, ns
far kiuiIi as tlii- Kronatudt region, the
southern :nd of (he nrp.ilhl.iiii proper,
which would Indlcnlo tlmt Jlusslin
tmopK nre helping (he Rumanians on 2u 0
Utiles of (ho 400 rnllo Trans) lvnnla front.
The Iluchnrcst Itrport.
The lliinianlan edatcmcnt, which
Identical with Iho Russian statement cx
cept where the Russians irport on light
lug already mentioned li)" (he Ru
On (he northern nnd northwestern
front, nl Tulnhi'4 nnd Meat, (he situ
lion I unchanged. In tho Trotus
Valley tho enemy 'wok attacked und
repulsed. At Goloasn, hi (he Vnllcy
of (lie I'xul, thcro wni u violent bom
butdtmnt hy (he cneiny'H heavy artil
lery. In the Oltoi and Slntiliu valleys we
attacked nnd repulsed the enemy. In
the ItiMeli Valley enemy counter at
tacks were rcjiulscd at the point of (he
lia)oiirt. At Tahle HuUl. llratocca
nnd l'rcdclus the situation In un
changed. There has heen complete
calm on thtii front.
At I'reilenI there was u bombard- I
went by heavy artillery. In the rn?l"H
of Drngoslavle we repulsed two nt
tack. An action against troops which
passed through Scara Ih In progress.
In the valleys of the Jlul und Alt and
at (jr.ova the situation Is unchanged.
A violent tempest Is restricting opera
ll ulont; the Danube there l noth
Ins fiesh (o report.
fpHE map shows the two Rumanian fronts tho j
northern and northwestern or 'lrnrmyivanifm
front nntl the southeastern or Dobrudja front. On
both fronts the Teutonic armies are tryint; to in
vade tho Rumanian plain, take Buchurest and crush
In the Dobrudja Field Marshal von Mackenwen's
ndvnnce is indicated by nrrows. The eastern ex
tremity of the line and its centre, held by Russians
and Rumanians, have been driven back toward the
Mack Ken port of Cqnstatua. Cobndin, just south
of Medjidin, fell yesterday. Thus far the western
end of the line, on the Danube, seems to be hold in it.
Von Mackensen is striking at the tnxat bridge 'ross
the Danube at Cernavoda.
On thcVTransvlvanliin front Gen. von Jfalken
hnhvnV troons have been stopped all rjbntc tho
Triinsylvanin Alps frontier, after trylnrjrto break
through louth of Kronstadt through for passes, of
which tho Tomos or Prcdeal pass isJe principal
one. Kn.it of this pass and hctwcerjnt nnd 01 tor.
pass the Teutons yesterday procressf in the Buzeu
Valley. In the Oitoz pass they arc on Rumanian
soil, and also in the Gyimes pass, north of tho Oitoz
pass nnd between it and the Tolgyes pass. Through
these two passes the Teutons arc tryinsr to reach
Terju Oenn nnd Knknu nntl cut the railroad com
munications from the north.
POWER TO END WAR
SNAKE GETS TASTE
! OF KEEPER AND DIES
I J). T. t'urlln Snys Votos of the
I'nrt.v in Koidistng Arc
Toonipy of the Zoft Believes
Flattler Felt Kciiiorsc nntl
Bid FIGHT FOR TRESCH.
Heulnn Worka Tierce .Mllea l.nnii
mid I'ormldnhly llefrmled.
Oopurtfllit, l'.'lS, by the. tutuclnfi if i'rtoi.
HiilYlsit FitoNT IM FiiAffctf. Oct. "Jl
via Loudon, Oct. 22. With the return
of tiKlilliiE weather the Ililtlsli resumed
the offensive on a lnrcor scale this after
noon an I turned on enough Kunftrc and
sent In rnouKh troops (o make sure
ReKlna trench was theirs. It was the
toost Important attack for three weeks.
All this month Hcxlnu. trench has been
developing a sinister nputnllou. It
Joins the old tlrst line furtiflcollotis In
the nelKhhorhond of Thiipval. uad any
thine In that reKlou, with Its lomfort
able diiKOUts, the Oernians like to refill!
In order to prevent the active battle
front from lirondenlin;, and for another
reason whlrh a Hritlsh soldier expresed
when he said: "With winter (dining on
we feel the nerd of those deep .miiK
dURouts tho (Germans spent so much
time In bulldlntc."
I'irrtles of tho Hritlsh Kot posfe.lon
of portions of Heglnatrench on several
occasions, but the nermann swarmed In
front nf their burrows hikI1 repulsed the
Invaders. Kvidciitlyi Itrjllna tremh was!
not to tie taken by. ntbhllui: and re-,
ipilred one big bite. In such cne there ;
I tNO.CATE WHCI n " 8L II
ADVANCE. "N. f i VS
ARMY IN IV I ' AVv50 V x-V MRASKDV j
WSTKVT2 9&tt Vfc yKISHINEFQSTgOi
FATK OK LIKBKNKC'IFTi
'Loader Who Accused (icrmany
of Cnuslnfr Conflict In-
people who want
to keep their health.
It is also nature's
remedy for indiges
kidney, liver and
Bottled at French
Sp'tml t'ohtt Stntft Niw Vosa Sr
tyONPON. Oct. 23. 1. Thomas Curtln
ot lloston dtscrllies tho crushing of Dr.
Karl Mebknecht, the Socialist leputy. In
the Itekhstac. tn the cours of another
lonn article to-day In the 7mes on the.
subject of (Jfrmany as he found It.
"Many people In HnKland nnd the
t'nlt'.d States cannot understand tin
tiHanlni;lesn"S9 of Oermun parliamen
tary prooeeillnm." he says. "When they
read about a stormy sitting of the
HilchntaR and bitter criticism of the
Chancellor they Judge It as tlov would
a similar occurence In the House of
Commons or our House of Representa
tives. "There could be nothing mote Inuceu
rrte. flovernmenls do not' fall In Ger
many br.ini.o of adverse votes In the
Tlelrhrtair. Thev are not the people's
' BraeUa'one.Th 0rm "n noverTiment,'l NARAYDYKA BATTLE
ii moo nvin affair, cntihlstlnu of (he lni- (
pctl.il Phancellor. to whom all the Serie- .
RUSSIANS BEATEN IN
: . . ..... . n . i .ii i.
Vines or state ai"e rrMMinaiuiw '"i1 -!
I Vhr nun recovered of the bite,
The do II wa that died.
one of the snake In the Bronx Zoo
, bit John Toomey, a keeper, on Jan
uary 27. Toomey Is all rigiu, nui uie
snake died yesterday.
No reflection on Toomey Is Intended,
but fact Is facts and has to be told
Various theories are advanced. Of
couiso there l the obvious temptation
to s-ij' that any fourteen button rattler
should have more sene than to bile a
city Job holder. Others hold to the be
lief that the Texas reptile never en-
I Joyed common food after his tasta of
keeper au natuiel nnd Just couldn t hrln
himself down to plain diet attain.
Hut Charles Hnyder, head keeper,
thinks (he big- diamond back was the
victim of remorse and deliberately
Anyhow, he wouldn't ejt
Ordinary seven foot rattlers need horn wnrctrl
.... I . .. lit.. u.,,inriMiif7 pnl up a I WUl alCU.
sfiuawklng rhlcken every week. Hut
nothln-r tempted the Miake who had en
joyed a blto of keeper. Ho Jes' moped.
The slttht of Toomey when after six
months he 'was able to return to work,
his hand still balnlnced. i-eemcd to cheer
the reptile up a little hit and he took a
snack. lint when Toomey Improved lie
tort Interest uiroln and grew thinner and
thinner, his rattles paler and paler until
I I I r-"
'av i jc
"Scotch Mists" spell
preparedness for any wea
ther. Handsome fair weather
coats in both medium and
Our own idea of how to
rainproof a cheviot, worked
out in Scotland.
Suits of "Forefathers'
Cloth" mean long and sat
So do our suits of Irish
I iron ml West of Kivcron
lionil to Ilalic..
They l.nve no Initiative and no authority,
The KaUer tprenie.
"The Chancellor Is the government
and the (.'iiincellor Is subject to the
Kaiser, whose bldtllnr the Phancfllor !
niulred to do. In the cas of weak
statesman llk Von Uethmann-Holneg i
bo does It obediently. I l.o.srox, Del. 22 Only a small tilp
"Of what Is known nbout I.tehknecht ( or groiinil on the wost Innk of the
the main facts are that he wa arrested N.iruyuvka ltler In tJallcl.i now re
May 1 for alleaed Incitement to juibllc inatii- In I'.Usslan hands. Mora of thee
itlorder by shouting In the ftelchstair. j positions, so valuable In the drlvo on
wn (onvlctfd and sentenced to wiial . I.emliers by a tlauklng attack on Ha
aervltude. A couple or months preilou . lie, the key to I.i inbeig. weru regained
ly he had delivered a bitter attack on 1 1 i-ddy y, a Teuton . ountcr attack, Iter
the Ooernmeiif-nnd the war In the I'riih-! ha iintmuiiies. IVtrogr.nl my stub
slan IileL He hnd accused the Uermm ' l' "n Huhtlng still ao-s on and the posl.
educational nuthorltleH of sy'tematically ; 1 on biie . hange.i hand' several times,
teaching fchoiil children to hate, and of The iimin Matt'in-nt says:
dlKortlnir eotitempotHr ilMory so :i to Army Uroiip .if I rlin- Leopold
poison their minds to the Klorlllcatlon of ' n'rore tin renin or coi, rjen. on
KILLED PREMIER AS
Dr. Adier. Itadital Socialist.
Adinii Asti.siiiiitinn Had
Is nothliiK to do but wall till ci ,n
wealhcr, when (he gunners can s(e wh.u . Vii..vs, via lleilln, by wlrele-ji in
they ara doing nnd turn on a No. 1 I Say v He, Oft, 22. The a'snselnntlon. of
artillery curtain fire. . Count KaW Hhierakli. the Austrian Tr-
vesterdny morning a set uiitier , , ., , . ,
imllcwa on the face of (he whole irmy. 'ml,r "-l,, t-Meal and was. n-
n.iea.i oi rain ana m si in g n kui- ..urn. .., n-.u . ..... . . wfl Ux res-.nslbb, for the
ner's bane of low visibility, an iitmo-l I ,,... ,, .. or.i:n to the admission of Or. Mrn Ah,r1lln ,P repsorehlp. but
"l,lu "". . i.,.i,.,ih i, ,ii..i- i.'s :',( in . Wiortty
over by the senior metnbei, llaron
Oinrgl, .Minister of National Hefenci'. In
aci oinareo with precedint, all the .Mlu
Isiirs will uifer their ruinations to th
Rn'peror, hut It Is not expected they will
The MlnMir of tho Interior. I'llnce
lfohenlohe-Schltllns'sfurst. who Is on
ltav of abrence, will rrtuin iininrdlatrly
to Vienna and will act as Premier. The
Minister of Klimnce, Or von Koerl r,
Intended to leave to-day for a trip of ..i-1
. pectlin In ttosnla, but has postponed
! his dcpartnie !
Among thou mentioned u potslMe
fsu :ceors of Count Stuergkh are I'rlace
Hohenlohe-PchllllnasfurM, Haron con .
Heck, fonner I'reinler, fxi Dr. iCoerl:r.
The riemler was n firm opponent of
progressive trend In Austrian politics.
He withstood iin-wervlnxly the demand
for the ronvociillon of Parliament, which
NORWAY CONSIDERS ;
I'rotot on Subninriiif ,0rdi
iifliit c Is Tnken Vxt at Sp
fial rnhiiift Mct'tiim.
''It Is not the bulnes of the schools
to turn children Into machines for the
Moloch of militarism.' be said, 'I-et us
teach hlstorv correctlv. 11 us tell the
chlldnn lhat the crime nt Sarajevo .il able to u.
I looked upon In wide circles In Austria- 'ierinan Infantiy under On. von
Hungary and Orrmany as a girt from nirrK, aner me ucresiui incaiizeu
heaven. .ulvatices of recent davs. difeatcd the
' i enemy In a general att.uk between
MehknrrM Darrd Too Mach. .-'vlstelnlkl nnd Skomorochy. Only a
. , . , -iiuill stretch of trrltory on the west
. ."" '"J"; f?r 'r Oflone, llf ,,, N,r.,yUvUa Is still In pos.
un.Kc. DciiKDec.-ii mm . nareo wi.ai m. . (.,m f . rnr.my, Cmtller at
mil"; nullum, iimii ,...i,i ii-- iiu.j i.t.n-
llcly accused the Ooverninent of having
made the great wnr. from that moment
his doom was certain.
"This namtlve should be (n.truetle
to thoss Britishers and American who
think It possible that the liermnn So
cialists nny Mini day have the power
to end the war. Vlret. Mebknecht h id
Dot, and has not now, the support of ht
own purty: second, were that party tw lo
ts numerous and had l.lebknecht lt
I Ihnc u-- p., nlmnti Irunuiu re til
Vow Hold Only Small Strip of Yesterday Keeper Snyder, enie-lng
tno Miaue nnutc, rounu tne nig lenow
stretched out on the sand pile In his
cage stone dead.
Toomey's recovery Is regarded as
miracle. His arm swelled up to a cir
cumference of twenty-two lnch. Then
Dr. Kltol Hraill of Sao Paulo, Brazil,
who was visiting In New York nnd heard
of the Ilrst cae of rattlesnake bite In
the ion. offered a new serum h hnd de-
ch.pcd. It was Injected nnd Toomey
slowly recoveied. proving he was tougher
(han tho snake,
Keeje-r Toomey I having the snake's I
skin tanned for a souvenir of the nar
rotvest escape any Mrons 7.n keeper
has evir had from death The skull.
when It 1 1 cleaned and polished, will
go to Dr. Van der Smlssen of ls3!i Bath
gate avenue. The Hron. who Injet'ted
serum tliat fa veil Toomey's life
Are you one of the 85?
A prominent orthopedist
says that 85 out of every
100 men should wear our
nfl!clfJ Trail Mark.
Rogers Peet Company
t 13th St.
Wojrieh's forces and went of Lilts';
f VoHiynla), the artillery (Ire In some
leetlonf Increased on both s!ile.
Kngagements In advanced positions
west of the Upper Strlpa were favor-
jit l expi-ited that both the idles may
! feVdays 'flrst.,,,1,ltl0n " " " ' 'fUTHIIZII
"lie was isoine snake," said Keeper,
. Toomey yesterday. "They thought
rare I was a goner w hen he shook
hand" with me, lindead. hi's done for
and here I am back on the job again."
FORCES TO PIECES
CHURCHES AID ARMENIANS.
Mountain I'a. Tlirn I
dits Swoop Down.
tne Mirwcgian GovernmUnt a note nro.
testing against Norway's.'embar-ro on the
has not been In senlon since before the submarines of helllgereihV countries. The
1 ablnet held a meeting and JK-used
PlIKIsTlAXlA. via Lyinflnn fl. i "v.
Th German Mlnls(er hiia prepte.l to r.,tR,",B 7?; wo,u"'
, t - . i because of the power of Von Bethmnnn-
llollweg, tha Kaisers tool."
t.iiks by the enemy, which cost lilin
ir.ivy hoses, reMtlti.il hi failure. . We
ciptiitrd nine ollaets .mil 74(5 men.
To-day's Itiusl.l'l ' iteni..nt follows:
ii:i tin Itlvrr "".'araj uvka. In the
iei-li,!i of the villages of Svlstelniki
and Skomorochv, stubboin lighting t
pro'eedlns for tio.-eslon of the
'.eight and nnodn on the wetern
oalik. Tln'"0 jioViuh ch iiigeil hands
setenil t nie-. The enemy Jauiich-d
lletie attacks which were repelh-d by
sir lttiTiillv an 111 lUlel vinan'A heav.-li. I
Staff otflieiti who artanmi tlieic affal-s , a"' !' '''H aiti-4t
said. "This Is moving day for tho t'r Adler is a.i eccentric nnd "tpi
Qenuans In Iteglna tnnch." radical Soriall't, fometlnira known
The Itcglna Is a long tlenih of nearly ' "the l.,eliknei ht of Austria." He
thiin wi-ib no Indication here that the
nan's of isilltlcal feeling had rim high
ipi-r- 1 'n'"",!," Austria to result In his u-
(H t sasainaiion. mi sii" nui ri,aiioii
i. i man of particular force, but rather as
three miles about the same, length ui du.. of flic JCumi and ricretarj' of
the buttle front at GMtebutg. Hi.. S" .a! Deuio.'iatlo p.lily. At tlrst
Shortly after noon, wli.-n Mte-e had , h,. dirllned to ieve.il Ills iniitlves, hilt
been the lu-ual amount of shcllflro all uf.ei Pelun locli"d up ho brOko down and
morning and no sign unyulieie on the lit. -'..inil the I'lrinler's political policies
landscape that anythltig unusual was' 1,,1 1,;,m i do tho derd.
the note, but its decision In the matter
t.as not been made public.
The pres unnnlinoiisly support" the
noernnient In Its rluht to Issue iuch an
ordinance, as Sweden lias already done.
i ne .Mirwi-mnn steamer llonnsug, a
DROPS BOMBS ON SHEERNESS.
FIRE ENGINE WRECKS MOTOR.
by a Herman ubmatlne
en vert, Three small Norwegian sd-ameis.
Dr. Adler wounded two men who
Ic.u.'il .ii him arter he had tired on
oti-i -UnetttKh lb' dlschargi'd the two
i-eiiialnlne liaml.or" of his rrvo'Aer a:
them be fm vti-trlan and (Pitman ottt
the r'jiresentatlve of a pystetit,
"Berlin newspaiwrs olnt out that the
nuirderer of the Premlei was of tin-
b.ilamed mind." rajs (he Civerea- thn-e barks and e er,tl barues air also
Ne. Agency "Hlx sister has bfen In ' irpoitnl sunk.
nil Insane iiixlum for mote than tent Lonpos. Oct. 22. Dr. Alfred Klmmei -eirs.
'mini, the German Puder Secretary for
"Dr. niedrlrh Adlci jdviv ateil nnar-' Porelgn Aftiilis. I iiioted hy the sot
ehletlc theories und was a violent oppo- mi i.ih conesponili-nt of (he Popeuhagen
i.rn( of his father. Dr. Victor Adler. the ' eii;i(ifen as dnlarlng that the (ler-
recogrlzed leader of Aiitro-HuiiKarlau ,an note to the Norw egian Government
contending that Nor
Vixr rll l'mplore llarleil Out.
Oae eHosly Hurt.
Sttuik by a motor dr. engine an
automobile In which sli men. cltv iu-
ve-wel of 1,311 tons, has 1-een torjiedi el ' ployeei, were riding was ilemollshed last
Her crew wa nigni at iieurnrd avenue and St. Johns
going to huppeti, a No'. 1 cm tain ttr
was buddenly turntd on with (lie snuu
effec( on tlie ear as when all (hi whistle
of New York stnrt when the clock
strikes twelve on Now Year's rc The
. r I
i-iil.it-. oi iii.-en rwiiiii-- ui ut-Miii nun i li,..,.l waller III tile Itoiei .ie-l uou , . ... . , ..,.1,11 . .. .
tempe,, .,nd then the Hrltbh Infantry i suiadn. .1. wMcl, the -hooting ,cu,.ed ' r?" - "X" nV n r "" X" " V""
cloud of shell smoke, va ,..,,1, ,i,i.. ,.,,r. uvnriowerrd ( '"-. " " ..? . . '' . '. i lr " serious one.
naive In the cold air. ,.V, ' r 1. 'o .,, ed men. who wi n- In- of Icnna. tne T'" , ay's action conflicts w
uhlnnisl the length ,,f ', . .V. , . ,.i,.i. ii,on .vebreniba,. ot tne Austro-iiungnrian niaiisi P.,r, . , ,,r ,,,,, ,,n(rll, (()n).,)ton
with the rustomn.y a.- I " ' . I.. u. Vi.retan Mlnl-ter. and I .u '11':"''' .nn "VV '"""V"!
.i... 1 . . - . . . .. . ricn .miner s nuu.nion ns iiiooAoii- 10 110- oelinore mat llernium-
vas In full possensiou of the trench.
Some Germans boltnl fioni the tlrt
U(ly breuth of thai barrage, knowing
from experience that the only thing
to do was to inot' to .mother po-dtton
'and force the gimneis to pti-niie i.n
othcr deluge for the next st ti of the
i.lllei! otTem-lvf, Six bundled left allvo
were takcu prlsom.ru.
The' gunnei s nre smiling at the stars
to-night, which pionilse another fair day
to-morrow. Tho cold weather has trans
formed the at my into 11 winter chrysalis.
The battnllou.i arc inarching up tho
trenches all wealing their ovcicoats.
The call Is for more chocolate and move
Hers of bacon frizzling in pans In tho
dugouls. The gunuerri who wen
stripped for their work in August now
.arm their handH 011 the hi atr-d gun bar
rels. At nlglil on the Held, where lln-s
are permitted, the men gather mourn!
the blaze of any wood they can gnthet.
Those digging new trenches on tho
giound won do not mind how cold it ii
so lung as (ho ground Is not t'-ouKid Jiy
BALKAN FROXT QUIET.
Dad Weather Holds I p Allied
Ilrlve Anallisl llolgura.
Pvrtis, Oct, '11. Had weather has held
asimalii Opens I' I re,
1V1.n1 Sun iltiili arrived nl the hotel
.11 1 So oclo.-u. with lilin at luncheon
wen- llioli Aidireiilhal. (.oniit Toggen
biiig. i'.oeii,(i of Tyrol; Herr Jacob
n.. a proiioneni Vienna musician and
.10 .1 tor fioni the Pourl Theatre. At
i o'cloi I. a man unknown to tin; I'ri micr
aii'M-d and took 11 seat thru' tables
awny. lb- ate luncheon and paid for the
nieal. but llngeied at the table.
Shortly alter 3 o'clietk he nrose. ad
vanced rapidly toward tho Premier and
llrid thteo shot". The ilrst missed, The
ne- two stiuck the I'tcmler In the head.
Wliliou a wind i'ouii'. Stuergkh fell
Pai l, btelesa In III chair.
ltarou Aeluenthal sprang toward Ad
ler. The head wnlter ran up front be
li'nd the assassin and grasped the hand
that held the revolver. Adler wrested
his arm free and fired two shots. Unron
Aehrentliul was wounded In the, foot.
Tiu had waiter mcelved only a super
Surrenders Calm I?.
Seeing that the struggle was hope
leas. Dr. Adlei Hmrondered to the of
ficers who crowded upon him and gave
up his icvolver. Apparently be was the
. anui st man In the room. He gave his
iianio without hesitation and added
If vou ulcus.', gentlemen, I know
I sigtiltlciint lieeaiise tlte eiiiini-in-cniei 01 u.tmau submarines nre operating off the
. (lie .irorirer runnn is nr. u ior rain . .Norwegian coast and are stopping and
PROOF OF DISCONTENT,
t harboi s.
tip Gen. Sarrall's attack on tho lliilgars
along the 100 inllo Macedonian front I purfu'tly well what I have dono. 1 shall
Homo progres-i 011 me ngnt name ot tne lmt ri Jist arrest,'-
Vanlar and activity on the put of the' In reply to a niiestlou as to the rea
Hcrbi tn tho Ccrna region south of .Mon-'fon for Ills net he said at Ilrst: "That I
anlr are tho only new ilevilopnicnts shall hno to answer in court."
announced by the French War otllcu to- Half an hum later hi admitted he had
Hlght. hi en nctti.it. (I by political motives.
A German olllclal statement contlimsl i'lnslelain and high police and State
the announcement ol tho Serin some i oinci.UM rc.icneo mo scene 011 ur nnooi.
il j-4 ago that licrnnii troo. had i,,:i.,, ' Ins wllhln a f.m-in iiutes, but found that
.1 . t-n ss.t i;i 1 1 jit spread like wlldfltr and
1 was received with Indignation and nor-
London Times" Sa Mwnlrr Mar
Hate IHk Conseqaenees.
Pfi-Hi' roti'f Smirr New Yoaif t'- ""
London, Oct. il. The 7 (ur-r, coni
inetitlng upon the ass.isslnutlon of the
Austrian Premier, sa:
"Tho assassination of Count Stuetgkh
by a militant Jewish Socialist In Vienna
pine.-, Brooklyn. One of the men, it l
nellevcu, win Ule. The others escaped
JMward McCrlnrllsk or in; ewe
stteet, Rro-itdyn, a city dockntater.
Is the own. r of the car.
3l-4.rlnsllsk was burled under the t.nr
and with him Thom.it. Kuvanaiigh of H2
lloojier street, an engineer In the emploj
of the city, lloth were unconscious
lib paragraph 1:1 w-l.en an amlnilance a 1 rived from
and Is Incom-' nweuisn Hospital. Put .McCrlnsllsk re-
neutrality, and, fm-i'ved and went home. Kavanaugh's legs
will not calmlvl "re nroxen anu lie received intetnnl 111-
Juries which, it was said at the hospital.
ndd that many 1 would cause death.
1 iioTnns rarreit or 30 renn street and
Joseph Qulnn of 302 Hu stteet, city
clerk, got only brulies and s.-aln
wounds. John Hogeis, a c'ty Ini-pector,
was utihurt. The sixth mall leapt d 1
esfels leaving Notneglan
The Norwegian ordluatii e with respect 1 t,'t" t"r frash, witnesses said, and tan
t' ml'tnailnes of helliKerent I'nwers for-la"-1-
bids such ves--elS from traversing Nor-. Joeph tJonich. 4 years old, of -124
we-,lnii waters exce.nt in cases of emel
geiiev, when they must remain upon the
surface nnd fly the national flag. Mer
cantile submarines ate to lie allowed III
Norwegian waters only In a surfare posi
tion In full daylight nnd fllng the na
tional colors. 'Any submarine. violating K'V, wa" ""',F,'1-
-.,1 .o. ji .1 ,. 1 Isidore Mo.-fcofT.
Grand street, van knocked down by an
automobile driven by Morris Kntz, 23,
of 7!5 Jersey avenue nt Grand street
and Monmouth avenue, Jersey City.
Katz took the lad to the City Hospital.
wliero lie dle-1 of a fractured skull.
Grrninn Hnliler Is I'ursueil nn4
rrubalily Was llea(roed.
I I'NPos'. O"'. "". -A hoti aeroplane
" ilcli npptared 'ii-day ovei the fortl-ll-d
t-eapnrt of Shi f pees, nt tin- mouth
it the Til. lines, and ilioppcd bombs, was
P'iruel hv llilt'sh air taft and W be
llevcd to have le 1 n di tnt ed.
Tin- tollowiiiK olllclal account of the
itttuk was given out:
hostile neropl'ine approached
-"leenn-ss at about I LI I". M. to-day,
tlv'.ng wry high, l-'oiir bombs were
.Iroppiil, three of which fel. Into the
irirbor. The fourth fell III the vicinity
of a t.illway station und ilumaged
v nil railway cairiagi s
llritl-h iiernpliiucs went up mi.iI the
oiler made off in a nottheaHerl
''region. No casualties hint, been
A latn olllclal rominunl. ation sahlt
A hostile seaplane was shot down
and destrojeil thl. afternoon bj one
of our niivnl nncraft The enemy
ii'rhlne fell Into the sea. Judging
by time, t was probably the seaplane
which .i.iltrd Slieeriiesi
Hi I'ash. Tev.. 1 1. t
Ozun.i, badly whipped, is iipor.'
retrmtlng Into (!i!liii.ihu.i 1 .t ft"
closely bv the loinniand of lr ,1
Vila, v Id 1 has iiilmln.iteir.l , s'.
'defeat to .in- Cnrraiiz.i cumn audi
Oztina wmk sent out fiom "t . j
city to defeat the bandit ! nb
was led Into a trap by the ViTst .
cording to iidviii'. rccej.cd t:i 1.
In American ir. IHary ir.-ie
command was virtually cut to !
Tin V"IIitns cav. battle nt !
rallto.nl itiition. t ier fr II lm
parcM'j defeated (uunn follow .
into the ne.uiii.rti-, .vhci the V
swoopid down upon the Car-.''
from both sides and cut thctn t
'ltti.tir ("itv. Mmlcn, 1
Gen. Villa was lef-iid aiul i 1
ilig. c!oiy followed 'iv Gen n, .
.Syrians Alan In He Reneaelarles nf
KobU Relnv Halsed.
Contributions were made yesterday to
the Armenlnn nnd Syrian relief fund In
many New York churches. The sollr
itois -n-o were given boxes In which to
tecelve ton'ributlons on the streets
turned most of them 11 last night. Int
the total amount they role.-te4 will not
be known until to-dai, when the money
is turned In to the milti ottlces at To
. I'lfth avenue.
Purchases of -.iippl.rs for the war
1 Miffr.or will begin at once. They will
be shipped to Armennla and Syria on a
I'nlted States nawil collier. Collections
were made In other cities esterdiy and
o...tllti!.' jml tliu .-lto-.-SAk -.111
thine to accent .ontrlhlltlnn. f, i..-n ",nl to life. TleMHO m-ll
1 .....1,. 1. ... .. . . The aih.iiKc colinnii of -.en i"i-
comnilttce that the total lll rnch r"I:"i';,11lh",rlr"!'. !'""ri1',"' '
14 000i0(( centr.ited nil bauds, nnmbei v.
' I I.O'il liien, at Silita Vabel I,oe a
TPn -r urtTPT trtTwrTjire 'eporlnl heavy on both c e- M.i
VLAV AT HOTEL, HE WIRES. l.opfz, bandit leader. I- report, d , '1
nd Col. Mattln Sallna- ser .n,l .
Helatl.r llaalenlns In (he rrnr iiatid to Gen. Ozuu.i, wntinde.!
I-I...I . u-ll I " iepoil4 siuteroer hi o
I I ml s,,e.in.n a M.lrl.lr. ( V!1Ia 1tlll,,tH , n lrr.IIIZ.( r,. , ,, ,
1 fay I.. Ile, .1 perfumety salesman, l.t:r:ti, Texas, Oct. 22 -Mr "gir
1 (oiiiiultted Mtlchle sterday b drinking ! Carranra. wife of the mi '.'. nl"
ryanlile of potassium In a room at the ! her (wo daughters and Mrs ' 'ib
glutei llrrslln, lie was married .mil 1. ft I legon. wife of tho MiMcan Mm."-' '
.a family residing at 4:i W.-m 1 2:uh War. airlve.t 10 .Nueo 1.. r.i tr. 1
Irom Mexico City on .1 n.e .,,1 im
1 telegraph oflke .1 1 ... wnu,i ,,, jw,,,, ,,, , , , .,.
Pyle stopiied at
block from the hotel on his wav there I
and sent a telegram to his brother. How-
aid C, Pyle of 6 Pirst place, llrooklyn
It read: "l.em I" dead at the Hotel,
llret-lln. and was signed A, t". Williams.
-' Slaves lieu In Itennlnn.
ssiii.voto.v, 1 1, t 2; I'
Howard Pile und Walter H.inford. hlslala.es began a two eek 1 i-
brother-in-law, hurried to the hot-1. I union here to. day.
They found the name of A. C Williams
registered, and breaking In the door
of the room to which the man had been
sent they 'omul Pyle's body.
ending are said to ,1. u
years old. ls-.iiau f Mo
1 1 1 in Proclamation and p.i
Thltteeiith Aniendnii it w 'I I"
tho ordinance will, according tn Its pro
attacked by armed fotccs.
may prove to lie a crime of Imiiottance. I '
Though It la not the first murder com- J'1 10"-' "
mltted by our enemies, It belongs to a , ...
category somewhat different from the1 DUTCH EXPLAIN STAND.
deaths of Col. von Leipzig, l-lcld Mar-1
shal von der Goltz, the Turkish heir aji-, I Mnhm,rlnra to Re Treated aa
parent and the late Unitarian Chief of
S t : 1 fT easels of War,
"In this Instance the nrsatf In's motives 1 London-. Oct. 22. Iteutei's Amster
were obvluuely civil and political. Acute .i,im correspondent sends the follow-liur
discontent prevails among the lower 1 rimrernlng the Netherlands Govern
classes, and the convocation of Parlla- mcnt's note on the me of Dutch waters
Isidore HockofT, 16, of B20 Summit
aenue, Jersey City, a messenger boy,
was run over t Summit and Newark
avenues, Jersey Olty, The driver of
tlie car, Gasto Lembo of 19 Dales ave
nue, "was urrested for asfault.
ment has been demanded ns a safety
valve. Coutil Stuergkh. with the sup
port of the aristocracy and the Kmpcror.
ueemi to have felt thai the noise of the
escaping steam might trouble their
highly strung nerves. 1'hnttgh the as
sassination may b but a mlnoi" ex
plosion, It appears to hive made a nolso
In Merlin. We cannot foretell what fur
ther reverberations It may have,"
'REVOLT OF THINKER:
tent to help the hard pi eased Ituli- ir.i
t-outh of Monastlr. "Tho struggle. In th l
Ccrna bend his not teinilnaied," It says
"German tioojn ale engaged then-.'' A
Hulgur statement to-dny 1 ja that a
llulgar counter attack with German alii
! In prngiess to nfftvt the Serbian vii
'nriiii-r llnlunr 4llnlsei I'liuml
Giill r IIU1I1 T reli fciin 1
VMsrKiinA-,1, .a l.ouilou, net. 2.'.
A telegriim from Moln auuouii'en ilut
Dr. N. Gheiiintlcff, fornier lluliiiu Ian
I'oteU-n Mlnlsler, has been tried for hluli
ne (ton and sinti iirul to pui.il htv ItioL
tor tell ears. Dr Ohi imdlt IT in mii
ounl) III of blood pol'-oniug.
Sol) 1 di-pub h hi-' v m.i repotted
i.e arnst ot ttr 1 IIi-m.hIk ff on the,
luirgi. ot ..Hi.--1 hit, mill -u, 11 ii'igue
" " 1 I U.lifi 1 lie 111 ,'.e t I
' ' In li id 'i 1 iu d 1 Prbe
' "l l n I .itrelll liiler ilesp.itch
' ' the pies mi ot piihlie oinnioo had
id n Goni-iiiiieio 10 release lilin.
Vns sliol At lu lllll.
The ai-sassln. who Is f.'J years old, is
a miii of Dr. Victor Adler, a Ilclchsrat
lieput and a Socialist of mild typo. Hy
a stranae coincidence tho father was
i-penknii; befom the Ilclchsrat In 1911
w'lrii Count Sliicrgkh was shot at si
(Inns by tin- Dalmatian Socialist Va
1 .sch on that iicc-ihlon thu Count was
The ,tl;riiiriiic 1 It imp aya Dr. AiIPt
!i oc upled ,1 po-lt'on In opposition to
she niajoilty of his patty. For some
Line h" bin. been n garileil as eccentric,
ids wife H a Husslau of Mongolian ex-Itactlon.
FOE OF PROGRESSIVES.
I omit Muerakh llrsnoiialble for
Slrlrl Press l ensnrshlp.
I1i.iu.in 1 by wlrolesi tn tjayvllle), Oct,
25 - A Vloina ilcsputch to tho Oicraoas
Nuwh Agency says that the Austrian
Cabinet held a session after the assassi
nation nf Premier Stuergkh, presided
llnllilii Stntraman lllnniea I'eudnl
I'olle? for MtueraLh's Death.
ItoMK, Oct. 22. Salvatore llarllal,
fonner Minister without portfolio, lu an
article lu the Mi usunurro. characterizes
the assassination of Premier Klucrgkh
u "iibelllon of the modern thlnki r
against the feudal, militaristic nnd cleri
cal organization of Austria." The Im
pression made In Ital.N lie asserts, Is
heightened by the fact that (ho Pleader's
afcSMsidn Is well known lu re ns 11 literary
man, particularly as a translator of
"Replying to the Kntenta Allies' sub
marine note, the Dutch Government Intl
mntis that In consenuenc of the uncer
tainty of the status of submarines they
will be Heated as warships, und, In ae
(onlaiice with the Dutch neutrality
proclamation, will not' be allowed to en
ter or remain In Dutch waters excejit on
well defined condition.
'"I he Go eminent., however, will not
Intern merohant submarines, because
there Is no principle, of International law
which would Justify such n course, Com
mercial pubiunrlne.1 will be treated aai
T-st French General Vt'nmidcd.
Pains, Oct, 22, Two of the best known
French generals, Ilrlg.-Oen. Mareh.ind of
Kaahoda fame nnd Gen. Salnte-Cl.ilre
Devllle, have been wounded In battle
Oen. Marchand's Injuries are not
garded as serious; In fact, It Is .1,1.
nounced that he will bo nble to continue
In command of Ids brigade on the urn
em front. (Sen. S.ilnte.cialre Devllle,
however. Is seriously wounded. V
r-nial In neapect pan tab Nhlpa
M.MiHtti, Oct 21 (via liondnn)
22. The Minister of State, replying to
a otiestlon III the Chamber of Deputies
to-day, Mild the German Government
has promised conditionally to respec(
Spanish ships carrying fruit, even those
with consignments to belligerent ports.
I The Minister requested the Chamber not
to discuss the torpedoing by German
submarines of merchant ships.
DR. BULL GETS SIX YEARS.
Wealthy llrlloli lenlenced fur Wil
ing. Miss rated.
I.UNP0N, Oct, 22. Renter's Amster
dam correspondent mys It Is reported
on good authority that Dr. Hull, a
wealthy ISngllsh dentist, has Is'on sen
tenced lu llilgium to Imprisonment for
six j ears on the cliaigo of treason.
A Iionilon deapatcli hist week said
foiiitieii per.'ions, one. of them Dr. Hull,
were to bo coin t-martlnlcil at llnuselK.
Dr. Hull was charged with having pin.
vided fainlii for Jllss Kdllh Cavell. the
Imsll'h nurse who was put to death by
the' German authorities nt Hiussels, to
assist In the escape of Uelciun soldiers,
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