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N VOL. LXXXV., NO. 3. SALT LAKH CITY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1912. 14 PAGES FIVE CENTS 0
Rescue Ship Unable to j
?4; i Transmit Wireless Mes
'i4E7i 9M sage Because of Raging j
8io Storm, Although in
heri Touch With Cape Sa-
3 ble Station; Expected
e to Arrive in New York
ftl Tomorrow Night.
-jj FISHERMEN MAY
R HAVE SAVED LIVES
A Vincent Astor Will
r Lh1 Charter Tug and Try to
Jtah Recover Father's Body;
rATj U. S. Scout Cruiser on
Way to Meet the Car-1
na pathia; Monetary Loss
ud I Is $25,000,000.
.721. NEWPORT. R. I., Aprl 17. In 1
,28.a La message to the naval station
95gH this morning- the commander of
- the scont cruiser Cheater said:
,o.m ' EXpect to be up with the Car-
500. i '
: pathia within three or four
The Chester has been calling the
I'lna Carpatlua regularly every ten
IfStninutes during the night, but has
iy Pii been unable to get any answer.
ran2 The Salem is off Hog Island and j
ofUth making futile endeavors to get in-
to communication with the Ones-
pr in i r-i n; i h.i lit i News Service.
H0 TKW YORK, April 17 1 :30a.
llv I l ii,.- Koisr-d Hures given
nil i his morning by the of
Rcials of the White St.;ir Steam
lsl)ii company place the number
! -ir;nj in ) li sinkiiiv: oi the liner
' Tilanii- a1 rU. Ii is stated thai
for thi the 1 1 t h I n m ii 1 1 mm- of lM-onlc ahoard
ot ..... . 1
the- I itamY was Jo S. comprising
.y. I4i- iia-s ns;i'i s and a crew if
lioHi P' ;i"fJ Hial Mi, are aboard the
I arpa I lna.
t The tirsi estimates were based
;,2S5ion the riasM'nu'T lii. 1ml i1 is
i,020.ljinw known t fiat more than 100
659.Jlln1 i thr lists went n hoard al
he la-si. minute. The offices of
J'flllJlthe WhMo Stiir line arc si HI . he-
piejrcu! at an curly hour this inorn
,f8f. inu liy a m-a1 crowd of relatives
t50. n,lf1 tncn,,s of thoe reported lost.
5o(.4i Carpathia in Tempest,
jsionrf Xo names have been added to
nf in- i1 he lis! of survivors nboaj d i be
liereW L . .
,uran La rpa I lna owniu in l he inability
w2 " 1 tabJisli eommunii alum with
h ijw kJ,a1 vessel, which in her last mes
ereunt M"' via Sahle Island, reported
day ol that she had encountered a heavy
MB, i Storm,
- Tin follow inj; wireless message
ias hcen i-eeeived via Cape Race,
!rora Captain Haddock, of the
1 1 iteamship Olympic:
I .ease allay rumors lhal any E
ke Titanic 's passengers arc
board the Virginian Neither
re there any aboard the Parisian,
believe I he survivors are all on
b- Jarpathia. The second, I hird
In W reck of Titanic
NEW YORK. April 17. The lat
est developmnjit. in Titanic disaster:
Capo Sable early this morning re
ports having established wireless
communication with the steamer
Carpathia carrying survivors of the
wreck to New York.
Carpathia reported she had run 1
into raging storm. Transmission of
further messages was impossible ow
ing to se' erc weather.
Wireless picked up from Car
pathia "by Wanamakor station in
New York stated that Carpathia
was sMl! proceeding to New York,
and expected to arrive Thursday
Navy department orders U. S.
scout cruiser Chester to meet Car
pathia, Scout cruiser Salem starts from
Nantucket shoals to meet Carpathia.
White Stai Line sends steamer
Mackay-Eennett to scene of disaster
to search for possible survivors.
Vincent Astor goes to Halifax to
charter tug to search for father's
Wireless from Halifax states that
all attempts to communicate with
Carpathia have failed owing to
storm at sea.
This storm Is general along the
Atlantic seaboard. It will prob
ably delay the Carpathia s arrival.
It is interrupting telegraph commu
nication between New York and
Transpires that captain of liner
Touraine warned Captain Smith of
the. Titanic of dangerous ice fields
on April 12, and that Captain
Smith replied, thanking him for in
formation. Latest estimates place loss of life
at 1512, and monetary loss at $25,
000,000. It is theory of captain of Ulton
inn that some of passengers were
picked up by fishing craft, numer
ous in vicinity.
and fourth officers and the Mar
coni operator are the nil officers
Astor to Seek Body.
Vincent Astor, son of Col. John
Jacob Astor. after waiting all day
Monday Eor news oJ! his father's
fate, started al an early hour for
Halifax, where he intends to char
ter a tug and go to the scene oi
fhe disaster to sear h lor his fa
I3y A 5! ocifl td Press.
NEW YORK, April 1 That th final
roll of the rescued from Hie Titanic dis
aster practically hd been made up was
the impression that grew h i n i ( into
conviction :is the hours wore on without
the povlaion or lists adding measurably
I to th- total known survivors.
Of definite news of the disaster, the
night added little. Down the Atlantic
ooasl enveloped h; many pla.cen as the
reports showed, crept the Cunardar Cnr
pathia. bearing the 868 lives tha; had
I,, snatched from ih? waters when the
Titanic 's twenty ),.iiH. laden to Hi- limit,
one by iim- niiMp- their from Lhe giant
liner as it became known that she a(
to soon talco her fatal plunge.
But although the rescue xiiip was ro
I ported within wireless range of Lhe Sable
stand staUon al ;i comparatively early
bout mikj every wireless ear vs watting
to catch hc snap of a receiver which
might intun that th? Rr:al secrel f
the liner's deatli was about to ix- given
up. midnight came una went and still Die
word had not hcen spoken
1 Compiling the Lists
Carefully compiling the avilable lists,
the record ef tlx natn;d survivors of the
dlsastei stands significantly tiuin:
lien. Tie womeni chlldren( 16
Of tiie reraalnlns known survivorSi
it is estimated thai nol more (hon il)0
were seamen reQuired to man the r,oat.!?.
'rhis wouia leave approximately io
and in the ordinary proportions of women
and cbildrsn in the steerage where the
: passengers In the Tltantc's cre dum
j bared 710, it seems probable ihat the
greater pari of these 440 were women
and I heir lit tle ones.
Nothing could shew more plainly the
heroism of the crew and the men pwh
I engers who stood b- tii" doomed ship rf"
I Ing Inevitable death and sent the women
jami elilldren awa In the life boats. Home
would have lo h left, that wan S car-
and Aide Who
Is Among Dead
MAJOR ARCHIBALD BUTT.
tH.lniy. Hundreds. In faet, were left.
But to all appearances the men who were
el I staved behind, deliberately, calmly,
stepping aside tO let the i raker ones,
those to whom they owed protection,
take th'.-lr way to safety.
"Sinking by the head. Have cleared
boats and filled them with women and
Women ano"1 Children First.
This Was the final message these, biavc
men sent th- world, for it was directly
afterward that their wireless signals
sputtered anri thou stopped altogether,
The picture that inevitably presents
Itself, in view of what is known is of
men like .foim Jacob Aston master of
scores of millions; Benjamin Guggenheim
of the famous family of hankers; Isador
.Stra.us, a merchant prince; William T.
ytead. veteran journalist; Major Archi
bald v Butt, soldier; Washington noeb
llnje. noted engineer of any or all of
these men stepping aide and bravely,
gallantly remaining to die that fhe pla'-o
he otherwise might have filled, could per
haps he taken by some sabot-shod shawl
enshrouded, Illiterate and penniless peas
ant of JOuropc.
Thu;i the stream of women with tod
dling hifents or babes In arms perhaps
most of them soon to be widowed, tiled
up from the cabin and over the si,),, and
away to life The men by far th' great
er part of them remained to die, million
aire and peasant and men of middle class
alike, bravely, it inljfht have been, snar
ing each Other's fnle and going down
to . common grove
Wait for Survivors.
of the survivors whnt? Thbir story of
peril :nci Suffering with the revelation
tin y will furnish 61 IubI what happenod
on board the stricken ocean giant re
mains to be tcid. Mow quickly they . ni
be able to tell it and clear np all the
mysteries of identity of which the limited
carrying capacity; of the Carpathia's
wireless has lefl the world In doubt.
Beemed to depend largely upon atmos
The weather was t.hhck on the eoast
last night, not only int.eriorinc, It is be
lieved with the wireless communication
from the liner to Sable Island, but prob
ably with hei i ale of progress toward
New York, whither she ie heading.
Meanwhile other methods of communi
cation with her than by the Ian I stations
ore being tried From the Virglnls Capes
the scout, cruisers Salem and Chester
armed with powerful wireless apparatus,
are speeding toward the Carpathia and
before many hours have elapsed, it Is
hoped they will be In touch with her.
A'l hope that some of the Titanic s sur
vivors might be on board the Parisian
r the Virginian had to b' abandoned
when it was learned that neither st'-.uner
had picked up anyone from the big liner.
Search for bodies In the vicinity of the
disaster, it was learned tonight, niii i,
taken up by Lhe White Star hue from
Halifax where the cable steamer Mack-ay-Bennctt
has been .bartered t pro
ceerj lo the scene and remain until fur
ther orders, searching for bodies Chat
may come to tho surface,
Faint Hope Vanishes.
The Titanic was Insured for 000,000,
5oici Vice President Franklin of th
White .Ntai line. On ihe ship, he added
the White Star line would lose about
"This will be the smallest part, of our
loss.' be added,
Captain Rostron of the Carpathia. In
bis lust wireless report lo the Cunard
company, said that his vessel was pro-
C edlng Slowly through a nid of b e to
Cruisers Ordered North
President Tait late this afternoon di
rected the secretary the navy al once
t-, order the scout cruiser Balem and
Cheater to th0 scene from Hampton
Roads to meet tiie Carpathia and
by wlroiess to tb government s com
plete Hat of the Titanlc's survivors. The
Chester was caught by wireless about
forty miles ofjC the Chesapeake .-apes ami
by I o'clock was steaming corthward at.
twenty knots nu bom- aiming to qei .
Quickly 'cr possible into touch with
steamers having news bearing on the
Two revenue cutters alsd Were aotl
fieti to stand in readiness to proceed to
the Carpathia, :-f peoesasry. Ib theevcnl
thai the Suiem had not sufiiclent coal,
instructions were, given to dispatch the
cruiser North Carolina instead-
. possible chance of obtaining news
bearing on the disaster developed early
this evening whet, the Leyland liner
Californian came Into the zone of wire
communication with Sabli Island.
The Californian was reported at the
scene of the dlsastei; shortly after the
Titanic vent dowti, and it was thoughl
probable f n uld have valuable Infor
mation to com muni1 1 le.
Captain Rostron of the Carpathia has
(Continued on Tage Two.)
HAS RESORT TO
raft Bureau Accuses Man-;
ager Dixon and Friends
of l Ising Intimidation
TO PROLONG WARF VRE
Declares Struggle Will Con
tinue for Three Years
Longer h He Is Nri
W'SHINOTOtf, April 1ii. The
Tafi rfatlonal bureau Issued to
velt'e own personal representa
tives nl "Intinildatlon If noi
i ri - a statement accusing Roose
bribery." Tiie statemont is in p.nt as
in thr- far west many Instances
have been called i" the attention
of President Tn's manas;ers where
Gifford Plnchol has demanded of his
own personal appointees hi the fdresl
service n discharge of obligation In
the form of support of Roosevelt In
Furthermore it Is a matter of 0f
flclal record and the Tafi national
bureau has the document to prove It,
thai .Senator Dixon. Mr, Roosevelt's
campaign manager, Is personally T'rf-
I'firinR" to oppobe tor re.-ele tlon in the
senate of the I'nttPd statos rdeiAi
offlcholders who have openly stated
they favor the ro-nomlnation of Pres
in oinei words, Intimidation if not
direct bribery. Is being practiced hy
Mr Roosevelt's own personal repre
sentative in hia national headquart
ers. Roosevelt for War.
CRpfTOK. la.. April 16. --"1 think w'
are poinpr to win the fiffht this year."
said Colonel Roosevelt today, "but if we
il.m t we ar- in for three ye.yr.s of the
The ootcnol made this declaration In
one of a dozen speeches which he de
livered today. He Bpent ihe day on the
to Nebraska where he Is to begin
r. two-days' campaign tomorrow
Although Colonel Roosovcll hai :pei t
ed to 'nako no speeches today, crowds
were waiting to see him at a number of
places In Illinois nd Town.
"i wish you had s presidential primary
in lows as they have In Illinois and
Pennsylvania ' he told the crowd i Bur
lington, Towa. "I am more than con
tent to put my case before the people
and trust to their decision. But I m
not content to put my case before the
politicians mil trust to 'heir decision,
aj they are the people t Intend to move
i llh I ."
"How about the standpatters. Colonel?"
someone In the crowd called out
"You would find," he replied, "that the
Btandpal croud as j whole, plus the type
of business man who is in combination
with tin crooked politician, does most of
the harm in our political life."
"Here yon are," he sold "one of Hit
great typical American states; you can'l
expresa your own opinion; you let the
postmaster and iHse.-- represent yen
and Iowa. Is riot the factor hi this con
test! hicll it should he, but Illinois and
Peunsylvs ilia a re.':
NSW york. April tfc. John. J. D.
Trenoe, chairman f the committee of
spcriai organisation of tho National Ft"
pubiieun league, has received the fol
lowing from ' P Cook cha'irman Of the
Taft Republican leacue of Hawaii-. "Taft!
league victorious. I leiruntes tCuhlo,
l-"i , hi. rtentor.. (thr-. r'-aldwin and Moir
Instrut ted for Tafi.'
ATCHISON, Kan. April 14.-First dl.
trlct delegates to the Republican oa- j
tlonal convention: AV J. Ballsy of Alt hi
son. former Rfovernor of Kansaai and A.
E, Crane of Hoi ton: instructed for Taft
DOVER, Del.. April 18. The Republi
can state convention her today sleeted
the following sis delegates to the Re
publican national convention: United
Stales Senators l?eni A. Iiiipoiit and
Harry A. RiclUVtlSon, Gov, 'imeon S.
PcnnewiU, Dr. George W. Marshal; r;o
mund Mitchell and Rub) Vail, The dele
gation was not pledged, but favors
Pros I den i Taft. whose sdmlnlstratlon
was Indorsed. Senator Dupont alscv sds
SPREADS OIL ON
OMAHA. .N'i:i.. April tfi. "Speaking
xh a Democrat who is Interested n the
success of the parly :ver-ivhere and not
as manager of sneaker Clark's cam
paign' said Senator Dubois of Idaho to
day, "i bave come to the conclusion
since being In Nebraska for two days
that the Interests of tho party would be
!! tuih:ierved IT th! OolllOCratS of -N'e-
braaks sbould slecl iiiiam i. Bryan
(Continued on Page Seeu
UTAH WOMAN ON TITANIC
j a & e J
NOT NAMED AS SURVIVOR
Photograph of ftlrs. Irene Colt in Corbet! of Provo, who ;
( wrote she IVO u lake passage on T, '.anic. She is holding one of l
) her three children, who arc with their grandparents in Provo. ;
:y . '
VV ':, '. ' 'a
i - c , -
r- -.. ,v . .
Mrs. Irene C. Corbet! of Provo
Thought lo Have Lust Life
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. April 16. In all probability
tbo only passenger from ("tab on the
ill-fated Titanic, wliich went down yes
terday ou the Newfoundland banksj
whs Mrs. Irene Colvin Oorbetl Of t h i
city. Mrs. CoTbett has been in Lon
don dnring the p;jhi winter studying
medicine. In ;i letter k her mother,
Mr. Levi A. Colviu, received yester
ilav. she stated that hu would take
passaKC for home on the Titanic, ox
pectins bo arrive here m two weeks.
Mrs Corbett is tbe daujrhter oi
Bishop and -Mrs. tievi A. Colvin, of
Pleasant View ward which puns Provo
on the uorili Her three little children
arc with their grandparents in Provo,
the family having moved from Pleas
ant View lo 900 Ens1 Center street,
Provo, nl a few daj a ago
AVheu spou by a representative " of
The Tribune today Mrs. Colvin, Mrs.
Corbett 'a mother, said that all she
knew ,,f the affair was what was con
tained in the letter received from her
daughter Monday, The family has re
ccivod oo oewa ae to Whether Mrs.
Corbet! ifi anions; those saved.
I ND WORTH MILLIONS
INVOLVED IN ACTIONS
OS ANGBLES. April it- BVur iiun
,.; ,j thousand acres, valued al more than
100,00n.o00. were involved In Nults
brought i." Uie government heai'lng on
tio- nrt of w hlcli was begun lerc todoy
before Special Examiner '.eon Longley.
Thp Ural of the suits was directed
aaluet the Kern Trailing & Oil eom
paity. aaW to te a subsidy of Hie South
ern PacIfV Railroad company, it iu-
olvi d t?0'0 acrej of land in Kern coun
ty. Laud Involved In the otiiSV iiiis and
said to be practically owned iy the
railroad, U located In other counties in
tin- .Sun JOaouln valley.
The government laises Its aur upon
the terni of arrant of ISsi; which frnv.
agricultural lands only to the Southern
Pacific and prescribed 'he lrms under
Which such landi- should he .told. It in
charged by the government thai the
Southern Pacific Tailed to llvs nji its
obllgS ' ion.
It was allege.) thai I lie railroad placed
tn- land 1u the hands of the Kern Trad
ing & OU company us an evasion bill
whu ready reapinc the benefit of the vast
production of oil In that district.
LONi; WOMAN CROSSES
CHANNEL IN AIRSHIP
BOULOGNE, But Mer, France. April 1.
Miss Hairiei Qulmby, an American air
woman, crossed the Bnglish channel from
Dover this morning, landing al HordelOt.
nen:- her,- .Me,( Quitnhy Is the first
woman to flj across the channel alone.
I let flight er'-upkd two le.-uis.
OF MM MURDER
Police Believe They Have
Cleared Mystery Surround
ing Deliberate Killing.
!; International News Service.
LYNN, Mass.. April 16. The veil of
mystery surrouudlni! tiie murder of
George s. Marsh, formerly one of Lynn's
most highly regpeoted citizens, ie now
practically cleared away, The local police
inspectors claim to have welded to
gethcr s oomplote haln of evidence
against William A. Dorr ( Stockton,
Cel.. which they declare ic sufficient to
con1 let the !allfoi olan.
The automatic used by Dorr while i'l
this ir w;is found concealed in the
automobile today According to the po
lice it contains stain believed to be
Bpoti of Mood.
Mi-.-. Richard Leary of 11 Parrotl street
visited the office of Chief or police
r; -ekes and told of renting a room to
Wfilla a. Dorr .March .'.. Mr. Leary
occupies the bouse directly In the rear
,,r the Marsh resldencs and tho windows
of her apartipent command h viw of
the Marsh yard. Site, declares that Dorr
Insisted on bavins, a rear room.
in the opinion of the police authori
ties, Dorr's original plan was to biins
down his ased victim with a rifle from
chief Burckes tonight expressed the
opinion thai Marsh was shot In cold
OlOOd OU the same, snot where his body
wa. found In broad daylight on the af
ternoon of April 11.
The tbno Of the murder is fixe.) at be
tween :: md l o'clock In the afternoon.
Marsh, if Is believed, was taken to Ihe
boulevard on some pretense, and. while
standing by the side of (ha road. Don
is UlOUgbl to have taken aim with his
automatic revolver and emptied the gun
Into the victim
The police officials hi not yet saM;?
Red that the murder was th worl; of n
Hin;,' brain and are acting upon th
theory that 'he slayer had an accomplice.
I'l liMJMX. Ariz.. April 16. By a reso
lution enacted today In the senate, lhe.
workings f the old territorial engineer's
office will be Investigated. Senator
Worsley of Tucson, on tlio floor of tho
si sate, announced today that he did nol
believe the money Klven over to the eu
gincer's office for the purpose of bulluinr
road had been apent on roads In Ari-
The resolution sttttel $.r.4.',,ti(il had beef!
appropriated for construction and repair
of roads under tle territorial Kovern-
The .jcii..ie toda, in committee of the
whole, recommended for passage bill
lo prohibit lhe employment of tuberculai
persons as v.-hool teachers.
GOAL MERGER I
BIGS HERE I
Project to Consolidate Hold- .B
ihgs of Various Companies M
in Finery County Zone
Has Wist Significance.
OPTIONS ARE SURl: H
TO BE TAKEN UP H
Under Terms of Contract
Utah Company May Absorb
the Consolidated Fuel
for $2,225,000. H
IF THE Interests behind the -oinpr- H
hnsle proj-et to consolidate real
mines and Imldln?. in the great
ISmerj' county zone into one gigfantli- H
fUC system under one head take up pHH
their option to pnrehase outright the iLH
1 'iisoiida e,l I"iifl eo7Tipan' o? thl5 oily.
It if llj mean Hie distribution Of about.
11,200,004 anions: Salt Lake rtocliioder--. H
fn that corporation.
This statemenl is borne, out by P. A.
Itisreet, president and manaffer of the
Consolidated fuel company, who last H
niRtt do lared the T tah company. wheh
ih.-- been formed to carry out the hi H
project, would In all probability take ut H
its option, although he had received no H
definite advice from these In control. H
Bonds on Market.
in New York Lee Hlgginson Go. H
nre offering t Pr and interest the ?10 - H
000,00b sis per tent five-year collateral H
trust gold '"'tea of the Utah company, :H
guaranteed unconditionally by the United !H
States Smelting, Refining & Ml nine corn- H
puny, which, it Is understood. Is heavily 'J
interested In the transation through 13
president, . Q. Bharp. These notes are
being (spued lo pa.-.- for the purchase or H
the right to pi;rcha' majority or the H
OrTfaiancJlns r-k of "tlx- Castle Vaue'i
Coal company, 'he niaik Hawk company !H
and the Consolidated PSiel company, three
ot thr largest opa companies 'operating jH
in the t.i-,' I tuh ftel zone, and lo P"'
for the construction of a railroad eighty
miles long connecting the fuel Held v.Ith
the Sail Lake Route, probably at Span-
According to Mr. Bweet, the option on
Consolidated Fuel company term!- IH
nates June 1, but will undoubtedly be vM
taken up before that time when the
i'tah company's notes have been placed. H
Under the terms of th option, the en
tire properties and holdings of the Con
SOUdated PlSl company are iur:ha?Hl.le. ,H
b tiie Utah company for 52.J25.oon. Tnia ;H
includes the Southern Utah railroad
front Price to Hiawatha, the Center of H
the consolidated Fuel company's vast H
coal mining Held H
Deal Well Under Way. H
it is understood that negotiations with
the Castle Valley '.'oai company and the
Black Hawk company already havo been jM
favorably closed. With the holdings of
UicHc two concerns, the hi? properties H
and railroad of the Consolidated Fuel
company, the proposed new coal rail- H
road of tho I'tah company from Spanloh
Prh to MohHand In Emery county, and H
vast Improvements . ontempiated, the biK
concern In control would command an H
immense territory, with excellent faclji- yM
ties for shipments far and wide. H
Mr Sweet :;id that it tlvo t.'tah eom- H
pins should take up tin Consolidated H
FUel company option at the. cetuddera H
tlon Of 13,326,000, thai sum would bm H
distributed a moor the tocldiolders in iH
money or new slock, according two ar- IH
rangements undertaken by those, Inter- H
led. Of the entire sunt, ho paid. $1,
200 000 would represent the distribution IH
to Salt Lake stockholders.
J. J. GREENE WALD IS
NAMED BY PRESIDENT H
WASHINGTON, April If. Senator
Warren today offered araendmenbs to tin H
agricultural appropriation bill adding H
$..'".000 for "w road? construction in H
national forests. $50,000 for drouth-resist- il
Ins field seeds for rilstrlhntlon In dry H
farming regions and 110.000 additional H
for cooperation with sl-Jte expri mental H
fauns. Ha uleo introduced a bill re'Jur- fsiaa
inp from 80 to 10 acres the area required jH
to be. cultivated in enlarged homestead SrL
The Presldenl todaj re-appolnted Jacob fEH'l
,T. QreenewaJd surveyor of customs nt
Suit Luke City. i
The senate passed the moot hid ap- fcr j
propria ting 6O,O00 for a public building j
at Richfield 8S3
PROPOSE MEDIATION IN E
TURKO-1TALIAN WAR g I
DONSTAriTINOPLE. April 16 -Kepre- j
lentatlves of the foretfm powers today t5t
took 'he first steps toward mediation fi J
between Turkey and Italy when un idon- g';J
thai note was presented to the Turkish m J
foreign minister. ItB substance Is that, fe;3
having aeoerUlnco! the Italian terms or tt '1
peace, the powers desire to know Tur-
The forelan minister asked for time to EESri
formulate his reply, which Is practically 1
ortain to be. that Turkey declines to fc 1
oitr Into nesotieMons on the heals Of ! ' I
tha Italian pretensions- M