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EVENiyg LEnQER-PHl'LADlJiLPHIA, ttHtfRSDAY, SEPTEJIBEB 17, ISIA.
CALL FOR ITALIAN
TO MEAN EARLY WAR
CHAUFFEUR WRECKS AUTO
TO AVOID COLLISION
Drives Machine Against Trolley Pole
and Prevents Hitting Tnxlcab.
' filvlng lili antomohile into a trolley
t nlo to ecnp" oinsh n Into i hxl.nl'
i laot nlpht nt Sixteenth niul CN-iimit
?tioet. Jolin l'ox, a chauffeur, tar-vvlv
Mi' 1 O rT t t wlMrrt InltirltiK hl pmplovei Mit
artial opirit Kire in Italv Knh"' nni1 M,,, rftco norn'nRwn'. tne
r J lalter's poiiin.inlnli.
and Troops Are Held
The ilitht front wheel was tm-n from
the m.ichlnc with the exception of tle
RJ . . s- it r"' , I hub. and the ncciip.int were i,nst
eady lO LUell JJlStUrb- hurled over the windshield. Knhn ... , n
ipinneu niueii nijsirry in coniie.iini w nt
the accident liv rchinvliie; nil m k r
Identification from the vvrerked m, i e
i and Inokitis them In a box on the m k
I of the car.
i Knhn I connected with the firm f
Solomon Knhn . Son. fimiltnie .imir
311 Wt Olrnnl avenue He llve u .ju
, North Thirteenth street, and Ml Hem
Innwny tit 1.M0 N'orth Ninetcen-ii -m.
I The chauffeur m compllni. nt. i i
I Mr Kflhn He nld that had th pt i . k
I the taxlcnh thc couhl not haw ..ii
The accident occurred at in W
nnd the car wai not removed untl
.i i i i i in j
LONDON, Sept. ir.
Italian reservists In Paris have been
notified to report on September Js, accord
Ing to a dispatch to the Telegraph. They
expect that Italy will enter the war.
nO.MK, Sept. IT,
Strong forces of troops are hold In
reserve, not alone in Home, but in nearly
all of the larger Italian cltlw, to duell
epreading antl-neutrnlity demonstrations.
There seems to be a general concerted
movement, the source of which remains
hidden, to force the hand of the Govern
ment. make It repudiate Its Triple Al
Uance treaty obligations nnd amnlsamate
against Germany and
- I. . k
Diplomatic Character of Mis
sion Will Preclude Pro
test Against Alleged Ger
man Cruelty at Public
WAR MAY RECONCILE
CHURCH AND THE STATE
The Government, up to the present, ha
refused to be Impreofe-d with the nota
tion, and has constantly Insisted that the
PINCHOT IN ELK COUNTY:
MAKES MANY SPEECHES
Arrives in St. Mary's After Visits to
Half a Dozen Towns.
PT. MARY'S Pn Sept lT-OlfToid l'ln
chot, vanadate for t'nltod State sen
ator arrived with his party at noon today
from IiaKus Mines In a touring car. The
St Man's band, together with about Gort
school children nnd reception committee,
each bearing a small fnlted States rliic.
mt the visitors and escorted them to the
original proclamation of ne-itrnllty Is to j i esoipp" un p-u-vi-ep ..ivpipunv iu.
be rigidly adhered t. However, there ! an audience of several thousand persons.
Later an informal reception was nrm on
the spacious porch of the hotel, nnd Mr.
Plnchot Mas Introduced to a large num
ber of voters.
At 1C:M n bnnouet st whlrh the re
ception committee and a large number
of friends were preent was served in the
parlors of tho hotel
Mr. Plurhot had toured through P'l
hois, Shawtnut. Hrochport. Weedvllle.
Kersev nnd DnsilS Mines and delivered
an address nt onch of these plnie? )c
left Pt Marys at 2.1 p. m. for Itldgwio.
.lohnonhurg, Ilolfe nnil Wllcov, and wan
accompanied n fnr ns I'ldgwny by sev
eral lorn! poiitl'-iano
AUTO WRECKED AGAINST TROLLEY POLE
View of Morton Kahn's roadster at Sixteenth and Chestnut streets after
accident caused by his swerving to avoid a taxicab.
are extremeiv strong rumors that rhange?
In the cabinet are Impending, and if they
corns it is expected the Government will
be forced to take definite action.
A number of newspaper today print
stories declaring the Ita Ian ml.ltary at
tach" at Berlin has left there after
vlgorouflv objecting to severe criticism of
Italy's attitude by high court otllclais.
Xone of these stories is confirmed by the
Marquis Hi Pan Gtuliano, the Italian
Foreign Minister, has tendered his resig
nation, but It has not yet been accepted.
He Is one of a very 'mall group of
Italian statesmen who believe that Italy
is morally bound to suppoit the Triple
It is slfln!fiant to note that a feeling
of hostilltv has sprung up against the
foreign minister. This Is said to be
shared even by other members of the
Cabinet. Should the fnreign minister
withdraw his duties would devolve upon
Premier Salandro. who is looked upon as
being in favor of "a givernment policy
which "ould he more populnr."
Baron Marc'ilo. the Austrian Ambassa
dor, and H. De Flotow. the German Am
bacador have exhausted their diplo
matic resourre"? to force Italy to declare
herself openly in favor of Austria and
SHOT BY HER ADMIRER.
GIRL DIES IN HOSPITAL
M'CORMICK AND PALMER
SPEAK TONIGHT AT SCRANTON
Who Inflicted Fntnl
Pen tit claimed the second victim of the
double shooting on duly J.,, nt German
town nvenuc nnd (i.ikdnlc street, when
Agnrs Vnlh, 29 year old, of :.MS N'otth
Tenth street, expired at the Kplseonnl
The voting woman wa shot hv her
ndmlier, XI, Vcle Wharton. 12 years
old. They had quarreled nnd separated
nnd another mmi wns pajlng attention
t.i her. U barton, who lived nt ,1lus North
lghth stieet, accost rd hex on the stioet,
and when she refused to' leturn to him
shot her down. He then turned the re
viver nn himself nnd died of lilt wounds
n few dnv later.
S. P. C. A. Wants Motor-Driven Patrol
A committee lepretentlng the Society
tor the Prevention of I'ruelt.v to Animals.
xonslstlng of S B. Rutherford. William
BPhUUpn and H I-epper. Jr.. called on Dl
BtACtOr Porter tncla . nnH r...,.j .1
.-52!?'o-!VAn ;.atrol he ghen ,0 the
Tacon pell, station The committee
pointed e .t thir the district. In which are
in.- uded p. : emn Summerton. Fox
Chae i-d Lawidale nnd wlilch comprises
-1 iu,i-e mi. Is enti-ely tn large to
permit the employment o"f horses, par.
ticularlv in view of the hard roads they
have to traverse In answering emergency
WASHIVOT'lS, Pept t:
Tor eastern P"msylvan!a-rncreasinB
cloud ness fnlowe.d bv showers Filday
nnd In south portion tonight; moderata
for New Jersey-Rain tonight and prob
ahly Friday, not much change In tem
perature The othem storm has moved inland
ovei Georgia and i losing enerev. A.l
danger to vessels has appHrentlv puCe,i
nnd warning, have heen ordeted down
along he South AtUntie coast. The
worm ha been attended bv moderately
heavv rain which have covered the en
tire Atl.intie slope from Virginia south-na-'d
High barometer eontlniies over ti.
northesiern portion of the ,ovintry at
tended h fair weather and moderate tem.
peratures Thunderstoims ,ontinue in
Iowa. Minnesota and Wis.onsln and the
temperature has fallen rapidh m thori
States durlns tho Ut 24 hour.
U. S. Wp.ulior Bureau lJitlleiin
Oheervatiern mle t S f. m Kivorn tlm
J..i' Rain Hir - V--
iHVTritii iion lo-
They Attend Convention of St.a.''
Federation of Democratic Clubs.
"IT. T' Pa. . pt 'T-The , i.ril
ventlnn of th Pennylvanla F deration
of DemnniitlL' I'lubs began It session
here this morning nt the Hotel Cnsev.
The session was devoted t" recelv ng cre
dential of the delegates. Leonard Levy,
vice president of the federation Is nn
active candidate fnr the pr'stdencv to
sucieed W B Wilson. ?eoietnrv of I.i
bor Mr Wllnn. n well ns the Dem
ocratic candidate. Cnngiwiimn A.
Mitchell Palmer for the . nitte nml
Vnnce Mci'nrmick for ijoveino", are at
tending the convention and w III speak nt
a mii.s-meeting in Town Hull tonight.
The lien! committir ha-, all ,tt ,1 !' lilii
utes of the program for woman uffidKO
200 TEMPERANCE ADVOCATES
IN POLITICAL DISCUSSION
Liquor Opponents at Hnrrisburjr Will
Nominate Candidate for Governor.
HARRISBfRiS. Pa, Sept. IT.-Petween
3-i and T" tempt innce advocate fioin all
pa'ts of the State assembled nt the Roard
of Trade Building this afternoon to dis
cuss tne political situation, .ilth the pur
pose of indorsing a Governor nnd prob
ablv a 1'nlted States Senator and t'on-sres?men-nt-lare-j.
The meeting ieulted from actlvitv the
last month on part of the Pennsylvania
Anti-Saloon League, but opponents of the
liquor trnttlc of all shades of belief are
Robert Ritchie, a leading Anti-Saloon
League worker In Re.ver Count, who
VlRinuted the call for the conference,
wh tc-npoiarv chairman, and K. R.
Ruckalew, of the Scranton Y M C. A.,
was permanent chairman The confei
ence included a number of women
chairman Buckalew referied to Brum
baugh and Mccormick a 'the spl,-ndd
educator from Philadelphia" and "the
nubleet specimen of manho"d the public
ha ev-r had the privileife o: voting for."
This wah nppluided. Buckalew vva ap
plauded for dlscudins Senator is nrosi
ax unwoith.v of consideration.
Mention of Congressman Paluifr
brought Mime applauve, but when liiffoid
Plnchot was named, the crowd .lapp'd
viKorouh and broke into . heers.
Robei't Uitciie, of heaver, w.n. elt ct,i
secretaiv Resolutions wete ,i. q.ti il d.
rBardiii4 ! p.ut" p.'.nclpli a unci . ,i.
in or.!' not il :su in i"i ommeinling
candlilat. - rtl 1 fa ul lliR i Oll'itv lot .il . ,
tion as a i.t ii I...V nd State and u itiondl
NIGHT SESSIONS FOR SENATE
Democrats Plnn Drastic Action to
Break Bepublicnn Filibuster.
WASHlNT!TO.V Sept. 17 -Determined
to m.rt the Itppuhllmii nilbuter ngnlnst
the river nnd hnrbor bill vlth drastic
action. Democratic Senntnis tndny
planned to begin ulgnt session", tonight
if possible, but within tho next da.v or
two in any event. Senator Shcppnrri. of
T ns. who hns been nctlve In the tight
to pas tnp mil, wns delegated to obtain
signatures of thoc Senators who would
r.mce o attend night sessions so as to
nsure it quorum.
Senator Kenyon. of Iowa, today con
tinued his nttack on the hill. This Is the
fourth dty that ho has occupied the
MT. LASSEN'S NEW FISSURE
Ash-laden Vapor Escapes From West
Side. Below Summit Crater.
MINERAL, Cal . Sept. 17.-Vnst quan
tities cf nsh-lnden steam vapor are es
caping todav as a result of n violent
eruption c-sterday nt Lassen Peak. The
vapoi I escaping from the west side of
the mountain below the rim of the sum
mit rati r. The Indications are that the
crater will fill up nnd thnt future erup
tions vvl.l occur through the new tlsiure.
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LOCAL FIRE RKCQKD
7 ni -si' Frankford avo : William "
Ferrla . Inknown
g i!e-Nontiat rorner Sixth and Ar-h
sts o-cupled by Dr EchBcli l'unwa
0 3!-ltb ml Mttrfcet u , a. A
Jacobs . . . TUSIas
9 M Main and fjrten , Pennbylvu.
ma R. n. brldse Inkniwo
12 0T- KO N Froad at ; ngl JJoloe
2 00 1M3 S Tin it MorrU fiarland . .S'oua
8 30-BII-13-15 Webater at : arenoje,
occupied bi II FeHinan i iMiiinn
2 00 1541 S Tib i . back trace of ilweli.
Ins orcupled In Merrla Oorlao Trtfllnj
6 00 611 'Vtetaier at rag hop of y.
man Eelbman TrlBinj
TO KEF0RT LIGHTING PROBLEM
Arcs May Be Erected Whole Length
of Frankford Avenue.
The lighting committee of the Frank
ford Board "f Tarde will make a report
on the lighting problem of that part of
the city ht a meeting to be held tonight
at 461? Frankford avenue
In connection with this work.. th Phila
delphia Electric Compan is oon to erect
five sample arc lights on Frankford av
nue north of Orthodox treet If these
prove aatigf actors- similar lifhti win
prooao y De erecieu me enure icngtn oi
' in tin
Hi, ol Kri.slol
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LONDON BANKERS STILL
DISCUSS THE LOAN PROBLEM
WOMEN GET BERTHS WITH CITY
Mrs. Mary E. Passmore Is Named
President .Judge Drown, of the .Munic
ipal 'ourt today nimoiiiirrd the appoint
ment of Mu Mary R. Pamore, 'SM
Powelton avenue, ns probation otllrer, at
a snlaiy of $200 a vear. Mrs. P.i.ssnioro
will take i harge of iuvenllo delinnuontfl.
Mias Floi once Conroy, of inii Kerbaugh
street, was appointed stenographer for
tho Juvenile Court at a salaiy of $riQ0.
Miss Coprov was originally attached to
the House of Detention, but left soni
time ago to tuke another position.
MANY BAR APPLICANTS FAIL
Fewer Than Half of 400 Candidates
Passed State Board Test.
Thre li.ii. In en Hn unii-imllv intge num
ber of fnlluie- of nppiii nnta for nl mis
sion to tho U.u ui the .State Hoard Hn
aminatlon. and of -ino studemts examined,
fetter than littv pt i tent, obtained the
neceasury nveriig, to piocuie certllicnton
The vxniiiiiiutlnpi. which under the new
rule ot thu Honid Iibh been Hindu quite
Hevire, proved a .-tumbling block to the
nuUoiltv of the students who believed
themselves equipped with Mlillclent knowl
edge of the law to obtain the right to
pi d tu i- In the ouiU of this State.
Althnuuh the examination took pluco
in t.it- summer, thue has been no pub
II at. on of the complete ibt ,,f those
v ho nisfid mid tlnifcp wlio fulled Tlie
i-i.taiy of the State Hoard Is Chailes
I. McKeehnn, who has law ofllces In
the 'A'tut Knd Trunt Huildlng. TIh se -ift.m
of the Philadelphia County Hoard
i- A'hert 1, Moise. I'ndor the law all
1 ii'mts. have to tnke the iitute eamma-
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PATROLMAN DENIES HE
TRIEDTO SELL CHANCES
Other Accused Members of Force Also
Appear Before Police Board,
Patiolman Matthew K. Dutterlng, of
the I'ifteenth street nnd Snyder avenue
stntlon, denied today that he had tried
tu sell chances at n block party on August
IT during hi tr.nl bf fcue the Police Hoard,
made up of raptnlns Tempest nnd Davis
nnd Lieutenant Dlnluckcr. Dutterlng vvn
ntrused of threatening Mr. and Mrs.
Chailes Ptcsser, of 2710 Hlnggotd street,
when thc.v declined to buy a "paddle."
Dutterlng declnied thnt he had not been
near the block party on the night of
John S. Collins, nn engineer on the
police boat King, nccused of Insubordina
tion bv Lieutenant Wnlsh, of the King,
tcstllled he had refused to obey Walsh's
older to turn over his keys because ho
connldeied It dangerous to leave the boat
without an engineer.
William H. Adams, of tho Twentieth
nnd Hoiks streets station, nnd IMward
Nelson, of the Twelfth nnd Pine streets
station, were accused of neglect of duty.
Lieutenant Tryon tcstllled he liadj found
Nelson drunk when he went to the Nel
son home to see why he had failed to
report at the police station. The testl
monv was submitted to Director Porter
for final action.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17,-The BeUlan
commission which came here to present
to President Wilson evidence of alleged
German atrocities In Belgium today went
to Mount Vernon nnd placed wreaths on
the tomb of Washington. No public meet
ings will be attended by any of the com
missioners, nor In nny other way will
they depart, whilo In this country, from
their diplomatic character, It was an
nounced. They will return to New York
by way of Philadelphia preliminary to
sailing for Uelglum next week.
"We are gratetuttto President Wilson,"
said Counsellor of State Paul Hyman to
day, "for the kind reception given us,
and we aie deeply appreciative of the
manner In which our visit lias been re
ceived by the American people. Wo go
today to lay a tribute of flowers nt the
tomb of Washington, chief of tho founders
of your Republic, on behalf of the Belgian
"Wo shnll not address any meetings In
this country. Tho chief mission with
I which we were entrusted has been p"T
I formed and within n few days wo shall
sail riom .vow i orit lor nome. vve snail
stop first nt Philadelphia and shall prob
ably remain In New York several days
prior to sailing,
"How long the war will last or what
will be Its lesulls for Belgium wp cannot
predict. Belgium has suffered much and
nil because through the violation of Its
iieutialitv b.v one of tho very powers
thnt glial anteed Its neutrality, It has
been foiced Into this war."
MANY MEN ENTOMBED
IN KENTUCKY COAL MINE
Rescuers nnd Equipment Are Hurried
to Scene of Explosion.
KNOXVILLE. Tenti., Sept. 17. Word has
been received here of an explosion In a
coal mine nt Itockport, Ky. Rescuers
and equipment havo been sent to the
The dispatch received here a'ked for
In lp and stated only that a number of
men had been entombed by an explosion.
NO ACTION ON RATE CASE '
UNTIL EARLY IN OCTOBER
Officials Close to Commission Think
New Hearing Will Be Held.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 17. The next step
In the new five per cent, advance rate
case will not be taken until the early
part of October, Interstate Commerce of
ficials today said. Then the commission
will consider the petition of the Kastern
railroads for a reopening of thtir case.
Olllclalf, close to members of the com
mission expiessed the opinion thnt the
case will be reopened and a date set for
tho new hearing.
LETS GAS ESCAPE, LIGHTS
MATCH, IN SUICIDE ATTEMPT
When Explosion Fails, Man Is Ar
rested for Beating Wife.
An attempt to kill himself nnd family
by tilling a room with illuminating gis
nnd then striking a match, led to the
I nirest of Henry Orth. .". years old, of
4iei Garden street, Brldesburg, lost night.
He was held this morning by Magistrate
Campbell, of the Frankford police sta
tion, facing a charge of assault and bat
tery, preferred by his wife.
Mrs. Otth's cries attracted Policeman
Hcuinan. He broke Into the house and,
after lesrulng the woman nnd her chil
dren from the gns-lllled room, arrested
Orth. The man. who Is a stone mason,
was formerly employed in the Frank-
foid iiisnnal. vvheie he doubtless secured
tho shell with which, it Is allged, he first
attacked his wife.
THIS CANDIDATE A HIGH FLYER
Andrew, of Massachusetts, to Cam
paign for Congress in Aeroplane.
BOSTON. Sept. 17 -Campaigning In an
neroplane Is one of the latest novelties
In political stumping in Massachusetts.
A. Piatt Andrew, candidate ngalnst Con
gressman Gardner for the rtepuhllcan
nomination for Congress, has made ar
rangements to sail In n Burgess-Wrlght
biplane piloted by Clifford Webster from
one town to another throughout his dis
trict. Andrew has planned to get an early
start from Marblehead Saturdav fore
noon nnd fly to Svvampscott for his first
PRESIDENTIAL TENT FOLDED
Canvas Covering Removed From
White House Lawn.
WASHINGTON, .-'ept 17. President
Wilson has folded his t nt.
No longer docs the earn-as toveied sum
mer ottlce stand on the reur lawn of tho
White. House. It was lemoved today.
The President will not miss It much.
As a matter of fact it was not a suc
cess. Erected under his orders In order
to give him n, cool rotxat in which to
woik on hot days. It failed of its pur
pose It was not (i cool retreat. The
Inside office una cooler.
Fletcher Commands Atlantic Fleet
NEW YORK, Sept 17.-P.ear Admiral
Frank F. Fletcher, who commanded the
I'niled States fleet at Vein Cruz last May.
was installed ns Cnmmander-In-Chlef of
the North Atlantic fleet nt the New York
Navy Yard today
Metal and Slag
Roofs Are Standard
RESIDENTIAL WORK A
Crescent Compound keeps roofs
watertight for five years, and is
Real Estate Roofing Co.
3343-2349 Wallace St
-)iilar 1007 Ktystonc Race lotj
Cannot Agree to Extension Without
Aid of Government,
LONDON. Sept 17 Throgmorton sn..t
continued iheeiful tndttj , hut tr.niii.i: in
m-f tinted was not bijk Tne Mo k l'.
chans Committee and the hHtikei- .i.
expurleneing difficulty In nsrrvlng r glid
ing the question of outstanding lo.,i,s
The bankers an- maintaining thai t
would b imposiilbla to tonkint to an
extension of all loan for a c-ai- without
a guarantee i,v the Government.
The publb wtiowed tt dikpukitloii to n
rcl moiK eautlon pemlii.g the re. e t
of fresh iiewu regarding the flgi ting
Rates for hill, wero easy at 3 per ent
for thre month In spite of the fa. t
that tn Hink of Knglaud rate ri-mair,.i. .1
u n hanged
Th stale of the 111 itish TieHnuj t.i!
issue has made a great impression The
French io err ment in preparing to piae
.vearlj per i t tieasurv bills here.
UNCONSCIOUS ON SIDEWALK
Man Either Fell or Was Thrown
From Window Woman Arrested.
Mav Allen. I vears old RW North Se .
enth tret. lodav wan hold without hail
bv Magistrate BeWher after Cbarleg Jl,oh,
hi veara oui, 5l Norm Seventh street
had either fallen or been thrown from '
a third-Mary window of the home Itl Ii
i in the Hahnemann Hospital with
broken ribs, a frar lured okull amj Interna i
A telephone ra:i to the Tenth and Hut- !
tonwood streets poll e kt.ttinn early tolay I
sent Spril patro men Hai ry and Clark '
to the Seventh street house They found I
rtleh, segntily i lad. urn oneclou on the j
sidewalk Utter May Allen was arretted.
She protested, saving she knew notnmg I
of Rich's Inj iries and told the polir-e '
Rich had given her drugged whisky. The !
police believe she knout mora than she
has told of the anldent.
SOUTHERN STORM LOST ON WAY
NEW TORK. Sept 17 -The Weather
Bureau today announced tht the South
ern storm had pasted in!a,.d to CeorgU
and that it would lose its Intensity
1 South Atlantic "D I
nrwin flrn. m
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Heroic Work of French Nuns and
TARtS. Sept. 17. War may reunite
church nnd stato In France.
Hundred. of nuns havo been recalled
from Belgium, to which country they'
were expelled when tho religion orders
were dissolved, and are working na hos
Moreover there are 22,000 monks on tho
battlefields. It Is thought Impossible that
the heroic work of both nuns nnd mbnks
should be lost on a public which Is ever
quick to recognise devotion to duty.
Probably the Concordat In France will
never be seen again, but under a new
Pope It Is believed that tho war will In
duce a better understanding between
church and Government. Churches stilt
v.lll lemnln the property of the state.
There will at least bo an efa In which
not onty national monuments, llko Notre
Dame, but all churches will be main
tained nnd repaired at public expense.
LOW WATER. CLOSES MILLS
Nearly 400 Persons In Mnnnyunk
Plants Mndo Idle.
Nearly 100 persons were thrown out of
work today by the closing of several
Manaytink mills on account of the lack
of water In tho canal. Unless rain comes
to their relief none of the manufacturers
will be able to operate for at least several
Thoc most seriously nffected are yarn
nnd plush manufacturers, who say that
this Is their busy season. The water Is
ten Inches below normal In Flat Hock
Dam. and unless It soon rises It Is be
lieved that more mills will havo to closo.
SECRETARY DANIELS TO SPEAK
Other Prominent Officials Will At
tend Navy Yard Ceremonies.
An event of Importance In tho Philadel
phia Forward Movement will tnkc place
on Mondnv nt League Island, when
ground will he broken hy Director George
W. .Vorrls for tho new shlpways to be
constructed nt the Navy Yard. Secre
tniy of the Navy Dnnlele will be present
nnd make the principal address. Among
otlier3 who will nttend will be Assistant
Serretnry of the Navy Franklin t. Roose
velt, the members of 'the Houe Commit
tee on Nnval Affairs.. .Mayor Hlankenhurg
nnd his Cabinet nnd all the members of
Counrils. A number of business men's
associations have .nlo been invited to
attend the ceremonies.
SENDS APOLOGY FOR
Ambassador Spring - RlCe
Expresses H i s Govern
ment's Regret for Attack
On Wilson by British Dip.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17.-The BrlH.t.'
Government today, through Ambawii.
Spring-nice, npologhed and Cxp?,edc.r
gren regret to the American Governlent
fir the Interview nlleged to have hL
given by Sir Lionel Carden, ft m!2
Cirden .criticised tho administration 05
withdrawing the troops from Vera W,??
Sir Lionel Carden was banished taS
Mexico by Provisional President rT
ranna. . This was the surprising .i.,!"
ment made today by a high ffl
clnl. It wns Intimated tfat T.'
cause of tho known animus of Sir Linn.i
Cnrden for the Mexican Constitution.
Government, the Washington Admlnlstra.
4Iah iimiil.l IhIik m (,.uil ""
... ""'."' """ " "'liner notice of th
diplomat's recent Interview In New Yor
In wlilch he characterized the withdrawal
of American troops as a "desDerai.
shame." H "
Carden is now on his wAy to England
nnd from there will go to Brazil where h. '
has been accredited by his Government
Garden's published criticism of with
drawal of American troops from Jlexltn
was regarded In administration circle
today as tinfnlr nnd untrue. No official
confirmation of the widely printed Inter,
view was nt hnnd, government authorltl.i
were inclined to view It as the outburst
of a diplomat, ndmlttedly personally dli '
gruntlod nt the Cnrrnnza ndmlnlstintloii '
A high diplomat here stated today that 1
ho would not be surprised If Francs
should wlthdwiw her Ambassador tn i.. .
i Ico, because of the treatment of nuns" and
imnm uy inv tunuiutiunuiists. In dip.
lomatlc circles It became more evident
thnt serious difficulties In securing com
plete re ognltlon from foreign Powers
confront the Constitutionalists.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT, JR.,
WILL JOIN LOCAL FIRM
Will be New York Manager for Mont
gomery, Clothier & Tyler.
Theodore Hnofevclt, Jr. eldest son of
former President Hoo'evolt, will becoi'.
associated with the ilrm of Montgomery
Clothier ,t T.vler, Investment bankers, of
m-r.5 Pnuth Fourth street, nnd will bo
resident manager of the New York branch
of the fltm. which will bo opened In the
rtobeit L. Montcomerv, the head of the
firm nnd the Stock Exchange member,
will spend a part of his time in the of
fices In this city and part of it in New-York.
BRYAN HAS A NEW DRINK
"Villa Sorrento Limende" Displaces
the Grape Juice.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 17.-Secretarv of
State Bryan is introducing a new "ilrv"
drink He calls it "Villa Sorrento
Limende. being made of limes from
Villa Sorrento, his Florida home. Sec
retary of War Garrison suggests that It
be named "Vllla-Carrnnza-Zapata."
The limeade Is a substitute for grane-Julcc.
LONDON KEEPS GUARD
AGAINST GERMAN AIRSHIPS
Police Restrict Street Lights Air
LONDON, Sept 17.
Scotland Yard Issued a statement today
saying that In view of tho known power
and range ol modern Zeppelins the Com
missioner of Police has been ndvlscd by
the aviation department of the Admiralty
that It Is desirable to continue for the
present the diminution of lights In the
streets nnd shops.
An airship will bo sent for several nights
to examine London from nbove, but soma
time may be required for this to be car
ried out satisfactorily as Intensity of the
dnrkness varies on different nights. As &
result of this examination It Is hoped to be
able to modify certain existing restrle-
I tlnns. In the meantime, tho statement
says, It Is necessary in the public Interest
that the i eduction of the Illumination of
streets nnd shops should be maintained.
TURKISH ARMY REPORTED
WITHIN RUSSIAN BORDER
Pctrogrntl Hears German Cavalry
Officer Is In Command.
PETROGRAD. Sept. 17.
It Is reported by a semi-official source
that Turkey has concentrated a large
army on the Bulgaria frontier.
General von Sanders, a Prussian cavalry
oflleer, who has been assigned to service
in the Sultan's army, Is expected to com
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Mahogany Four-Post Heds; value $75.00. Pair $60.00
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