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?irrt ANDERSON, 9. C SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1915. NUMBER 227. MOST PROBABLE KING FER DINAND'S PRO-GERMAN POLICY PREVAIL GREEK PREMIER HAS RESIGNED ? > ? II ?? King Constantine Refused to Sup port His Policies-Fighting in the West. London, Oct. 5.-Greece is now the central point of the storm likely to break in tho Balkans any moment. While the Greek premier carried his policies through tMe Greek chamber, reports tonight say he has resigned after a break with King Constantine. The Bulgarian Crown Council reached no decision on the Russian ultimatum but it is taken for granted King Ferdinand's dominant policy ' is shaped in favor of the Teu.- *?ic pow ers. Seneral Savoff, former war minis ter-for Bulgaria told the Crown coun cil "every Bulgarian who breaks with Russia ls a traitor." The French landed seventy thous and troops at Saloniki. The entente had previously notified Greece of this inteatton and while formal protest was made the landing was not Im peded bj .Greeks. in the west artillery fighting con tinu?e. ' ? The - French bombardments in Artois and C/iampagne are pre sumably preparatory to new Infantry attacks. The British fleet ls still shelling the Belgian coast. The Russians have begun : an offensive along the eastern front from Riga to southwest Vllna. Berlin says these attacks are being repulsed. Italy appears to have abandoned her original plan to capture Triest and is now after Gorizla, the capture of whicVu would leave Triest .cut oft from the rest of Austria Greek Premier Resigns. Paris, Oct. 5.-Athens dispatch to. tho Haras agency says Premier Venizelos has resigned, the king hav ing informed him that he will be un able to support the policy of his min istry. Bulgar H genie Greeks. London, Oct. 5.- Official dispatches from Athens say the Bulgarian au thorities, immediately after the con clusion of tho convention with Tur key, seised all the Greeks, and other Christians who had fled from the ranks of thc Turkish* army to Bulgaria as refugees and delivered them to tho Turks. At tho same time quantities of food and other supplies were sent to Turkey. There is no official report concern ing tho landing bf nilled troops at Saloniki. According to Athens three fifth of the Bulgarian forces are to go to ft?e Serbian frontier, the re mainder w?l Thoid the Greek U?e. Artillery Duels. Pails, Oct. 5.-There was a fairlly violont bombardment in tho Artoin region yesterday. Both sides took part, according to a French official report. lu the Champagne district artillery exchanges continue. British Repulsed. Berlin, Oct. p.-Tho British attack on German fortifications north of Looa wire repulsed again eaya thA ivar office. ; Tho Britltiot sustained considerable losses. Paris, Oct. 5.-A Have? Correspon dent, telegraphing trOni Mab. Russia, naya the quadruple entente will bend a collective ultimatum to Bulgaria today, (Monday.) Ultimatum Astonished Bertie. Berlin, Oct. ."..-Russia's ultimb n tum to Bulgaria was received with as tonishment' SHvs the Overseas News agency, 'nie punta?! wm id io i nroiscd that Russia after lier recent def?ath on tho battlefield should, find the rou rage io make an aggres sive movement of this nature. It mea*s simply a Violation cf the so ver ?g n rights of an independent state., ,. .">.*, - ".?'..) ; ;. '! A diplomatist BOW here, wheo ques tioned cohcsrnih j the hews of thc landing of 'tho allied' forces et K . iki, asked 'Where the entente pow ers would find troops for tills purpose and added thf.t Groat Britain's end France's attitude was like that cf & man who during a fight knocked an ualnterMloC spectator on the head un til he obtains bis friendship and hedy. WOMEN TESTIFY AT HEARING OF DENY HE STRUCK ONE OF I THEM IN HOUSE IN SEG REGATED DISTRICT SAM J. NICHOLLS TO BE WITNESS] No Testimony Yet Given Tends to | Prove Charge of Disorderly Conduct Against Mayor. Columbia, Oct. 5.-Two -women of the underworld late today denied that Mayor Lewie A. Griffith of Columbia had struck a woman in a houso ot the segregated district on the night of September 18 as intimated and in directly charged hy other witnesses. One. of toe women, Grace McCray, I tn whose room the altair is alleged to Ifcave occurred declared that she | had a "sip?ir*'and"just screamed. The most important announcement j after the session which was held in the city council chamber was that Sam J. Nicholls, member of congress from the fourth district, will be call ed as a witness in the investigation of i)io charges against Mayor Griffith. Several hundred persons crowded I in the city council chamber to hear tho testimony wb'^-h began later in j the afternoon ard continued tonight. Nothing definite was proved toward i lodging a charr * disorderly con- j duct against t< jiayor. All wit nesses were a; acd that uhc-mayorj and a party of friends called at the ! house. Mayor Griffith has made no state ment yet as to why he was in the] house. The hearing will be contln- ! bed tomorrow afternoon e.*. four| o'clock. CALL FOtl BIDS ON SUBMARINES I To Bufld Two Sea-Going Submer sibles at Cost of Mfllkm and a Half. Washington. Oct. G.-Bids for two big sea going , submarines, with a surface speed of twenty-five knots lt possible, to cost, exclusivo of arma ment not exceeding a million and a half, and with a fuel capacity of ten thousand miles will be called for by she navy'department next month. Pardon Beard to Meet. Columbia, Oct. 5.-Governor Man-j uing has called the state board of] pardons to meet October 12 to con sider several petitions for executive] clemency. CHAMP CLARK IN POSSE Speaker of House and Son Join] Armed Ponse to Prevent fi ?... , ? M . -1 S>1 iLyncnusr ot DI acte. Bowling Green, Mo.. Oct. 5,-Fbrj the second time Mrs. W: B. Hawkins, j wlfe'or\fte sheriff of Pike county, fcav-j ed the l?fo of Harrison Bose, a"negro; charged with murder, by parleying : .xlth a. mob which had invaded thc Jail. A posse nf fifty armed nh, amor whom were Champ Clark and1 his i Ai. Bennett CJark, arrived at the jail, a few minutes after the mob r.md ?.a-_eft : tit? fietnea Steamer Shelled. Berlin, Oct. 5.-The Germen steam er Svionla waa shelled in the Baltic ?withe-it warning by a British sub marine, the Overseas Agency says. American Doctox Dr. Richard P. Strong. Dr- Richard P. Strong.'prof essor of tropical diseases in Harvard Medi cal school, and now director of thc American Sanitary commission in Serbia, and Dr. Edward Ryan, head of tho American hospital in Belgrade, the the men who have saved Serbians from extermination by typhus. Be fore they reached Serbia there was moro danger from typhuB than from the hallets of the Austrians. This photograph shows them standing out side the field tent of Dr. Strong. PROMISEDTURKS I Bulgaria Agree? to Take Constan tinople and Give Turka Asiatic Russia, Egypt and All Northern Africa-If Teutons Win. Paris, Oct. 5.-General . Mehmed Cherift Pasha, one of the leaders df tho radical Turk party, writing in ? the Matin, affirms that the Young Turks' have "sold Constantinople to Bulgaria with tho pledge of receiving in exchange Russia's Asiatic posses sion's, Egypt and all North Africa, al ways'assuming of courpn that Ger many and her. allies will defeat the entente powers." Cheriff points out that if tilts program is carried out Successfully tho greater portion of the .Mttsulmen would come under the Turkish domination. He also asserts that it is the hope of fulfilling the ambitious dream of seeing himself crowned In the mosque of San Sofia that led King Ferdinand to raise arma against Russia, Great Britain and Franco. SrliUb Repulsed. Berlin, Oct. 5.- British s?ack on German fortifications north of Loos j repulsed again, says the war office QR. DUMBA STARTS , ON I1?Y HOME! ?Recalled Austrian Ambassador Sailed From New York Yesterday. NeiT York, Oct. 5.-Ambassador i.??i wi reva* lcd ?st lite rc^___i President Wilson sailed wt th ir._ wife tor homo on U?c Holland-Ameri can liner, Nlew Amsterdam. rte sailed upon a safe conduct arranged Ky. the state department. The'Nlew Amsterdam will touch nt. Falmouth England cad then procoed to rotter dam. . From the latte?; port Dumba will go to Vlonns. Safe Cratfcertt Oct $t,*W. ShawWe, Okla.. Oct. R.-T^p men ?Mew the safe of the Mate bank at I Maud. Okla., fifteen miles south of I ?here, affev midnight and escaped ?with four thousand dollars. A posse I ls pevsaing. r$ Swed Serbia Dr. Ryan ?ias been stationed in 1 belgrade through all the darkest days fc jf Austrian bombardments and the ;yphu8* plague. ITpon taking charge 1 >f this hospital a. year ago ho put 1 American methods into force so that ( low tho American hospital in Bel erada is known as the "Model ot the Balkans." In every respect it has the appearance of a model American hos- i ?ltal. Noto the medal of the French j Legion ot Honor upon Dr. Ryan's j ?heBt. ' Stacking Fleet Under Command ! of Admiral Fletcher is Ap proaching Chesapeake Bay All Movements Secret. Washington, Oct. 5.-By a route tnknown to Admiral Fletcher, com*, t needing tho defending tibet, tho at- t acklng fleet in the great var game c Teing iplayed by thc navy off ths I Atlantic coast, tonight approaching ( he entrance to Chesapeake Bay to es- j abllsh a base, whico, if affected, will , ?pen the way to an attack on Wash- i ngton. Little will be known ot th? t var gau.e until it is over teh days < ?ence, as a rigid censorship ls being I mforcod by tho navy department. f Along the coast . mine fields have )?en laid' and submarines aro lying ( n walt for the enemy . Admiral Mayo is commanding -Bee attacking fleet, vhieli is superior m/strength. Six battleships and four destroyers, < orming a .part of tho defending fleet, I irrived at Newport tonight. 1 It ls reported that the battleship I Arkansas developed engine trouble i md is likely to go to th? New York i i?vy yard. 1 H BRITISH SHIPS I INK BYfBMARINES Vrabia. Haydn and Sailor Prince i Victims of Torpedoes--Some ol Crewe Saved. London, Oct. 5.-'Reports from .i- IJ>_-i_ ?- JC;- - r_v steamar arabia ea route from hore ?London) to Piraeus, Greece, wai torpedoed by an Austrian submarine ft ear Cythols. Phirty-flre members of the crew were laved. The announcement was made ?oday that the British steamer. Haydn, three thousand nine hundred and twenty-three tons, and (l.e Sailor Prince, had been sunk. The crew ?f the Haydn were-saved and some iurvtvors of tho Sailor Prince have been landed. Tba British Steamer Arabia is prob f.blly tho resse? referred to tn Athens reports as sunk by a submarine. Sho was a vessel of two thousand seven hundred and forty-five tons. HESS MAY APPROVE NEW NAVAL PLANS .ALL FOR CONTINUOUS BUILDING POLICY TO MAINTAIN EFFICIENCY ?LAN FAVORED BY PRESIDENT ' Vould Keep Navy on Basia or at Least Forty-Eight First Claas Battleships. Washington, Oct. 5.-Congress will robably be asked to approve In De ember a continuous building policy or the navy, having as its object the maintenance of tho navy on a basis f at least forty-eight first-class bat- ' lcshlps, Ohe proportion of super-bat lc-cruisers, scouts, destroyers and ubmarineB to be workerd out to con orm to this figure. Secretary Daniels said that while io definite decision was reached in i ils recent conference with President VBIson, r<uch a plan was favored. Thomas A Edison, chairman of the laval advisory!board, is in Washing on tonight and witir twenty other , nembers expected to be present at ' he first meeting of the board tomor ow. After the meeting the board ;ocs to the naval proving ground at ndlan Head, Maryland, to see a test >f the new fourteen-lnch fifty-calibre Hie designed for tho newest battle ship. The board's problems are first, de veloping gasoline engines for subma "ines; second, to plan a defense igainst torpedo attacks. Underwriters Books Closed. New. York, Oct. 5.-The under writers books ot the Anglo-French loan closed at 10 o'clock this morn ing. The loan was over-Eubsorioed. rho amount was not- computed. Fear General Collapse Which Would! Include Stable Invest ments' if Present Condition Continues. New York, Oct. 5.- Members of he New York stock exchange took tctiou today to Curb the nation-wide (peculation in war stock, whose hap dly soaring values have led <o mu lway markets. A continuation of the >resent conditions it (s feared, would ?esult in a general collapse which vould carry down stable investment raJcieB. Banks and trust companies oday applied the pressuro to stock ixchange houses to diminish specu ation by doubling the amount vi - ;ln'ln war specialties. JBEKK CROWN PRINCE IB GOING TO SALONIKI Athens, Oct. 5.-Crown Prune George, Prince Nicholas and mem bers of the Greek general. staff are hurriedly arranging to leave for Saloniki. Diplomatic sources re port tho arrival in Sofia of a large lumber of German aviators and of ficers. Supreme Court Asked to Order Restoration of Suspended Sar? vice By M. & O. Ry. Washington, Oct. 5.-On tho the :ry that th? raUroad? ah mi td be re 1 ni red to hear their albara of the business depression, Assistant Attor ney General Etheridge of Mississippi appealed to the supreme court to re pdre the M. & O. to store the local trains formerly operate between Waynesboro and Okolona, Mississippi. Pbs federal district ot the court ot Southern Mlesissippt reoar.iJy oiijoin sd the state railroad commission, m forcing the order. Heavy Bom bardasen L Paris, Oct 6-Th ero mini II IjfiU, rlolent bombardment in the Artois region yesterday, beth stthu took ?>erf according to Fr each official, A RETURNING tflSSIONARK TELLS OF AWFUL CON DITIONS AT VAN TURKS AND KURDS GIVE NO QUARTER Men Killed in Barber io us Mannei -Women and Children Vio lated and Sold as Slaves. New Yer'.r, Oct. 5.-'"he Turks ant Kurds ere waging a holy war of ex termination on the Armenians, ec cording to sixteen members of thi American board of foreign mission who arrived from Van Turkey on th' Swedish ?teamer Heilig Olav. Brnos Yarrow, a missionary, told bow th Armenian population of Van, nura bering. ? if te en hundred 'held eu against five thousand Kurds and ? Turkish company commanded by German officer from April 20, anti May 17 when Russians relieved th town. Six American and two Rei Cross flagn flying over the missloi were not respected by either of th combatants. The Turkish com pan; arrived threo or four days before th Russian relief, and shrapnel from tin Turk's guns tove down all the flags The &iissio;t sheltered Isrgo num bers of women and children. Wh'ei the Turks ead Kurds were drivel away f"Om Armenians turned out ti loot thc Turkish houses and duplica! the Turkish atrocities. They were re strained wita difficulty. Yarrow sali many Armenians were suffering witl typhus, and other diseases. When hi left conditions were terrible. Half o the missionaries had taken Ul and si: had died. Atrocities of the Kurd; were Indescribable. He confirm? all the reports of outrages reachlnj ths United States sud said only i small part Of the story had been told WANTS PLAINER LANGUAGE USEE MOhona Wasted, Bacante o? Seien tifie Expressions Used in Fed eral Agricultural Balle tins. Denver, Oct. 5.-Charles Dillon o Topeka, toiw the annual convention o the International Parra Congresi here today that millions (bave heel wasted by the federe 1 department- o agriculture by tho publication ot bul letlns sent out too late for service an? written in an Involved ncientlfic man per. He urged a plain statement li the preparation, of all farm, .mat tor. DETAILS OF ll RBI Cummings Returning fr Newport With Taro Badly BnrnedMen. Newport. VJ. t., Oct. 6.-Stric censorship is maintained hy the nav, department over details of the e?ulo site abd fire on the destroyer Ctm; miaga today. The dan* ?ge to the V?s Ml ts said to be slight but she pu back towards here, weera sh? ic ex pected tonight with two men badi; burned. 8he was a hundred and rift: miles of Newport when Ute explosloi occured. Vessels Oe Arenad Hera. Panama, Oct. 6.-Owing to th earth slide in the canst delaying it opening till November 'Irst, a doset vessels at Cristobal and Baldos wer ordered to proceed to their destina tton arousd Cape Horn, AMBASSADOR VON BERNS? TORFF NOTIFIES LANS ING OF HIS DECISION IS DIPLOMATIC VICTORY FOR U.S. Disavowal Closes Last Chapter of Controversy Over Germany's Submarine Warfare. Washington, Oct. 5.-Germany baa acceded to the American demands tor a settlement of the Arabic case. The . imperial government, through Count von Bernstorff, disavows the sinking of the vessel and announces it has so notified the submarine commander who made tee attack. It expresses regret for the loss of American lives and agrees to pay indemnity te the families of the Americans lost. Official Washington ls gratified by the diplomatic victory. The com munication was delivered to Secretary Lansing by the German ambassador today, pursuant to Instructions from his government to spread absolute confidence that there will be no more submarine controvert!er, between the United States and Germany, for the document reveals that stringent or ders have been given German subma rine commanders to prevent a recur rence of the Arabic Incldsnt. With the Arabic controversy set tled the despatch to England of the American note on interference with trade is expected in a few days. Pres* ident Wilson has refused consistent ly to send this communication as long as the controversy was pending. Washington, Oct. 5.-The German Ambassador Bernstorff gave Beere? tary Lansing oral assurance tn re spect to the Arabic case that point to a satisfactory settlement accord ing to omelet information obtained after their interview today. He left no memorandum or document with Secretary Lansing. He made sug gestions looking toward aa amend ment of tho communication presented last Saturday. Until the document ls changed from the. form in which lt was received, and its ph rase logy ex amined, lt was indicated that officials would not be certain as to whether the case could be considered on tbs road to adjustment. From the Ger man embassy came intimations that the American viewpoint had' been satisfactorily met, ano. the entire submarine issue was in process of an amicable settlement, lt was pointed out that a disavowal of tho sinking of the Arabic was given through tba acceptance by Germany of the evi dence submitted by the United States tending to prove that the German commander erred when he thought the Arabic was trying to sink the submarine*. Secretary Lensing re ported the convocation personally to President Wilson. Berniter? Maka? Changes. Washington. Oct. fi.-Ambassador Bernstorff later made changes in the communications submitted Saturday to c mform to the wishes bf the United States. He returned the document to the state department. Secretary Lansing took lt to the president, and said there would bo an announcement shortly on the statu? ot the negotia tions. DECLARES LABOR LEADERS TRAITORS Pankhurst Denounces Organised Labor for Opposition to Wo men MJ< aitioa Workers. London, Oct. 5.-Mrs. Emeline Pankhurst at a woman's meeting to day denounced as traitors tba repre sentatives of organised labor who op posed the employment of wemen in. munitions work. She said Lloyd George was willing to establish fac tories to train women bat organised labor opposed the plan. WILL SEND 7.W?BODA TO CONCENTRATION CA^P Paris. Oct. 5.-'Raymond Swobods. who was arrested last Msrcb cha,rg*d with setting fire to the French liner Latouraine. and later accused of be ing a Gannan spy, will be sent to a concentration camp. Tba chargea against Swoboda ware not provan.