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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1919. WILSON'S FAMILY ALLOWED BRIEF VISITS TO SICK ROOM to. u ilctln was Issued nftpr a consultation ot physicians, and recorded tlio only change In twenty-four hours. When "t was given out the President was r-laleeplng naturally, lie Is understood jto have had sood periods nnd unfavor. able onea during the day, but after yesterday's bulletin Dr. Orayeon said ,-tha President's mind was cle.tr and -ilert nnd that Ills physical condition mu fairly good, with pulso normal, no temperaturo and heart action good. , It ws announced at the Whlto , wouso mat none or mo i-resiaenis family had been summoned o his vedslde. but that the physicians saw noonjecuon wncn mcy expresscii a wish to bo with him. Thoy are tho "lonly onea except physicians and "Tfluraes to sco the patient and theyj are permitted only the briefest of -TV. a, tlrn.lilon, la . .nitn. tablntf lio part In tho Government, but for "''tunately ho was so well along with ni worn wnen ne gave up tnni every "tHlnr thai has arisen so far has beon aslly handled without him. An In Stance of this was tho appointment ""list night of Hert Jewell of tho Hall--'w'ay Division of tho Amcrlrah Fed ratlOn of Labor ns one of the dole "lifea to represent the public In the -'coming Industrial conference. Major 'Oen. Dawes declined tho appointment, but the President had provided u list -tit alternates for Just such n con- Hlniisncy. lt(- Secretary of State Lansing hasirespunsa to tho modcrntliig Influence! ..called n Cabinet meeting for Monday Vonnrnlng to omplcta tho arrange Omenta for tho conference, and that -will, go on as scheduled. Instead of -the .President, Kecrotary of Lnbor atWIIson Is to call the meeting to order. if. Cardinal Mercler telegraphed from jepringfleld, Mass.: J;.MAccCP my sympathy. I pray for .yoUT recovery." Among tho other messages re flvod was ono expressing tlio synt "j&thy of 40,000 farmers In 'Wisconsin, JfOhrough thlr orgnnliatlon. ' " Tha apparent stability of the Prist .omsnt's condition Is typical of such Oases, the doctors say. His nerves hay simply gone to piscss, reacting oen' his physical system. The only treatment is quiet and the malnte , urnanee. so far as possible, of tho pa. .plant's mind at sase, coupled with the . upbuilding of his general health. oi' A local practitioner compared the , 'resident's ailment to shell shock. Under these conditions progress Is bound to be slow, and days may go by without a doflnlte Chango and still without any greater causo for nlaun 'than exists at present. iMr'led hr Sis Years' Work. Sr Ionilon I'npcr. LONDON. Oct. 4. In an editorial ta tho lllntws of President WlUon, the Dally News says: "It la manifest that the President's powers have been taxed altogether beyond their limit by his labors not 'merely of the past month or yeor "'but -of the whole six and a half years ftof his tenure of tho White Housj." PRESENTS MADE WILSON .u ON VISIT TO EUROPE OF NO GREAT VALUE Gold Casket From ply of Lpndon the Most Important, Tumulty Reports to House. n. lie WASHINGTON. Oct. -aifts rt- Motived by I'rcildent Wilton whllo In nfi;urop were of "very Insignificant" vslue, Secretary Tumulty ssld to-day In announcing that ho hid prepared and would submit an' answer .to tho resolution of representative llodenbcrg. nxktfg about reports that the glftt were YJvaluril st a million dollars. Mr.' Tiimulty said the President re ceived no gift which would have re .aulred an set of Congrru from him to "a'ceepl and that In evtry cjt where It 'Was, mads known that he was to re ceive' a present ho roniultad Hocrrtary Lansing and the Attorney General on nUsa qucatlon of legal acceptance, IMS The, molt valuable prttent. Mr. Turn ,,UHy said, was a gold ktt whl.h can ''lulnn.! & earlincatt of rltlienhln fiom city of Londun. The King of Italy rv presented the 1M evident with tp old uru, and the King of England gtve j mm a dqqk. BLLAN RYAN PAYS FINE u, FOR BOARDING A LINER -r, t chwab's Secretary Also Punished for Violating Customs Rules. . Vf It became known to-day that Allan A. ' Yi'Ityan, Bpeclal Deputy Police Commit- sloner, and James II, Ward, secretary to ' Charles M, Hchwab, pUJdfd guilty be fore Federal Judge Mayer, Wednesday to 4iavlng unlawfully Irwrdi il Die Whlto Star liner Olympic at (Ju.irttlne to erect Mr,- Bohwab when he itmirned doni Kurope early In the year. Mr. Ilyan wot as fined $100 and Mr Ward f. It The law provides a maximum putitth ment of six months' Imprisonment for boarding an incoming stosmer at quar antine without a Customs penult, Ityan ana waro woaruew wie vuiiei irom tho ,polloe boat. Patrol. -3 Real Estate OWN YOUR HOME A Wonderful Assortment of opportunities to either buy the land upon tvtileli lo builJ a home or buy ono ulrad built Is orfernd tho readers of To-Morrow! Sunday World. 1,000 Separate Real Estate .Offers. 'PC BRITISH S NATION OF GENERAL STRIKEi WARN , , , Kici HJ!f1.1r1.nlMi nnnnn',nn Dlormn i-iu utuut muoi muun; Stand or Labor Will Act, Is Ultimatum. TjOKDOK, Oct. 4. A deputation of trades union representatives left the headquarter of the striking railway men late this afternoon to confer with Premier Lloyd (leorge. The Premier to-day sent telegraph message to the heads of the prlncl tKil civic todies of tlio country asking thm to confer with him nnd the other Cabinet .Ministers on Tuesday larxt, the day Tor which the trades union conference, has Ix-cn called. A statement Issued this afternoon by the Conciliation (Jommlttee of the Trades Union Conferenco snld: "The Premier nnd his advisers adopted an Irreconcilable uttitudli In I brought to bear. The Trades Union Conference that has .been conveni-d for Tuesday will consider tho view point of the wholo trader union move- riicnt. "We feci bound to warn the flnv- eminent .and Inform the nation that unless n more rensonahlo attltuJe-ls adopted beforo the conference .ti sembles It will bo Impossible fn avert n wldueproad extension of tlio strike, with all Its consequences, 'The conferenco from which this commlUen deprives Its authority, t i act as mediators Is unanimously of the opinion that tho Oovcrnmeh'l's terms were not merely harsh, but such ns no union could accept, They consider the spirit In which the Clov crnmnnt conducted tho negotiations Indicated a deslro to Inflict punish-' tnent upon tho rullwnymen's union for striking. Premier Lloyd (Sconge's appeal for the formation of "Cltlien (luards" throughout tho country In tho tuner genay caused by the railroad strike and Its possible. spread mot with a, phompt response on, all sides to-ditv. Tho Lord Mayor of London lost no .time In complying with tho request, and .his exaroplo was followed by other Lord Mayor, Lords Lieuten ant, Chairmen of County Councils, Wntch Commutes, Chief Constables, and Town Clerks the country over. Representative committees were formed everywhere to recruit tho guards, whose duties will ba to' as sist Uia polios in the protection of citizens engaged In tho maintenance of tho supply of ioad nnd otherwise to preserve order. TAFT URGES BUDGET PLAN TO CUT U, S. EXPENDITURES Tells House "Committee Calinet Members Should Openly Ex plain Their Estimates. WAHIIl.NrjTON, Oct. 4 Former 'rosldant Tart, appearing before tho Xouta committee on a national budget system, ftatsd to-day his experlonre as rtsiacni convinced mm tnat a bu.licel system should be authorirtv! by Con grist as the only moana of producing economy In Goverumont expenditures. He rocommwdud that tho rresldent b authorlwd to appoint a staff of ex perts who shall Investigate all requests or tho Oovenunent departments for money fetforn they are submitted to Cooties and shall outline tlio Govern ments expected rovenucs. Mr. Taft declared ho was nblo lo re duce estimate (100,000,000 while Presi dent tv uxercU ncr a r oao imxirvltloii of ull estimates, us would be dona under tho budget system, lie also urged mat Cabinet rnembar be called on tho floor of the House to explain their estimates for appropriations. TEXAS G. 0. P. IS LILY WHITE. Klate Couneil Decides Hut to Con nit Xegrnrs an Its I'ollnles. FORT WOrtTH. Tex., Oct. 4 A I.lly White policy by the republican Tarty of Texas was olflclatly announced frum headquarters of the Texas Republican Council by Chairman C. C. Littleton' In n statement to the press to-day follow Ing u imotlng of Republican kadvra here. The statement follows: Texas Is a white man's country and govtrnmint mutt rest exclusively In the ha nd J of the Caucuilan nice. The council Is composed of white Republi cans and they will dictate ths policies of the party without consulting the niemucr 01 niiy uinvr rcr, ho invite all law abiding cltUen who accept the above prlnclplu of government to vote Hie iickoi, out me ponoirs or inn lie publican Party of Texas ra now In the hands of white men and are going to remain there," HARVARD ENROLMENT BIG. Slums Return to .Normal After Heavy Tlrop During War. CAMHItllHJK, Iaj Oct. 4. The en rolmcnt at Jlarvurd University has pasted the 5,000 marW and that In the collogu slope his reacned i,500. accord Inx to the first uftk-lnl figure given out this ar at ths university. Op to data only rough ettlmatu havn boi-n avail able, Ths exurt figure for the entire slop and "the aununer school, li 3.017. unlvcmlly. excluding university uxten- Tnsi jor t college u i.obi. i no rijucgo resmruiiyn snows a r IIWIIilM llI MM, UM .VllfWll. ihort of ths record of l.ltt set In 111. II ihort of ins recoril or 3.5HJ set n If ' II 't? as, ths senior class'wu hsavlly da. 1 as- astajl, turn to notmul after the severs drop lllth Ktreet. The pictures will lllui- n, vqflrVu. Ant I ZllY V during the aar. but U still somewhat trale an address by Lltut. Col. i.'rncst K. I . "'".? .i 1 ' ArchlbHlJ C'"P, PITTSBURGH MILLS PLAN NEW TEST WITH MEN MONDAY uuiliui ivtujiiiiiS i ioiiiiw Chicago District Quiet After Strike Riot. PJTTHII17ROH, Po.. Oct. 4 Tho strike zone In the Pittsburgh district was quiet to-day In nppnrcnt antici pation of development Monday, when many, mills which havo been shut down by tho steel strike, will resumo operations, word of which ha 'cofno Irom various sources. Union lenders continued (o exert every effort among the strikers to keep tlmm away from tho mills. Ono of the biggest lireuks In the ranks of the strikers. It Is snld, oc curred yesterday when hundreds of employees of the I'nrrell Works of Ihe American .Sheet and Tlnplato Co., one of the largest In the country, ex- preoxtKl n den I re to return to work (nftcr having been on strike, uccord- ing to Hunt. Daniel T. Haddock, Thi works ftltt le In full operation Monday I ; morning, Hilpt. Hmldock mid. Tho i X mill employ 2,600 men. Tim Merrier plimt and thn pluut of down by the steel strike will resume t J. tho American Btecl mid Wire Com pany ut Farroll expect to bo running at norma), also, It was announced. 'HETIfLEHKM. IM., Oct. 4.-tnlon bfllclnls admitted tn-iluy Hint the Icthlehcm Steel Compdny linn tnndo 1 Inroadn into the ranks of Its strlk- j Ing workmen, but accomplished tho admission with the statement that they were well satlMUd with the sit uation. D.-ivId 11. Wllllnms, the strlko louder, who until yentcrday had de clared that nt leust SS per cent, of the men wcro out, said that ho could not now clulm 75 per cent, of them. Olllcluls of tho comtiany claim that every shop Is working with pructl cully 100 per cent, production, They declare that the number of tthscntccH does not totnl more than 1,000, CIIICAUO, Oct. 4. tho tnirtcentn day of tho strike In the ateel, Indus try began quietly In thu Chlcugo dis trict nftar the most scrloua dlotlng slnco tho strlko wan called, Tlio situation nl Indiana Harbor, lud whoro last nigiu two native ana n inusd of about twenty-live who sought to ruturu to work nnd waro attacked by approximately 800 strlko sympathizers, fired scvurul shots, wounding ono mun, to-dny was re ported tranquil. Hp'clnl otllcorn re stored order nftcr tho negroes who did the shooting wuro placed in jail and pickets hud chased tho other ne groes Into tho woods, mcro wcro UIO uimitl uiamm anil counterclaims to-day of tho Indus- I pint nml labor neaus. YOUNdBTQWN, O., Oct. I Whllo no statements havo coma 'rom tho companies, striking workers hillcvo that pctlvllieM in me iociii print, in tne Carnegie Hteet uomtmny nna oi vw YnunirHtjwn Shnet and Tubo Com pany ludlnito art cnt-ly nttumpt to reopen. $150,000 FJRE AT PLANT CLOSED BY STEEL STRIKE Investigation Ordered of Blaze at Carnegie Company Vorks Near Steubenville. HTKUIIU.VV1LLE. O., Oct. t. Mre destroyed a shed containing building materia) at the plant of tho Carnegie Steel Company nt Mingo Junction. O, near h" l"1 "Is'1' al a ,u" estimated between 1100,000 and 1150,000, accord ing to a manager or tno piani. i ne plant hM been clced for tho past ten .fnia nillnir In in Mleel strike. Otnclals say an Invrrtlgatlon will bo made as to the cauo or tnn nre, JEWELS OF HAPSBURGS TO BE SOlD IN U. S Austrian Government Decides to Send Them Here Despite Protests in Vienna. VIKNNA, Oct. 4. Austrian Oovern ment olllclals havo decided to send thi salable property of tho llapsburgs, Including many of tho Joweli, to tho United Htates, sell It them to the high est bidder and buy food with the pro ceeds. Thn municipality protested and hi endeavoring to have the decision re scinded. U.S. FLYER SAVED MEXICANS. 1IIIOWNPVU.I.U, Tex.. Or4. 4. While olllclals In Mexico City re-ently were denying published reports that an order In J been Issued to Federal troops to flrn upon American airplanes cross ing the Mexican border, an American plane, answering an appeal of the au thorities of Tie Dnu, Mexico, sixty mites below ths border here. Hew over the town nml dropped J.uuu bags ncmieu to strengthen threatened levees with sumltrags. ThU lieeame Known io-oay wnen I.luut, Col. Manuel llernoa. Commander of the Matamoros district, thanked llrlg. lcn. K. l. Marshall, llrowrvsvllte District Commander. "UtiiUlnir (lie riulitlnir lrlilnr" to He slum ii In l'letlirea, A remarkablo it nf motion pictures tAknn iliirlur Ihn wir hut hot hlthprtn Usn In New York will be hown to i morrow at the opening f tint I'uldlo - 'roniin in riioiie ucnooi ,u, iui on imiD 111 HUMIUH UV 4.IIUI, ,Uii 4niUH , Coulter, whose subject Will be "Btoklnv ins ins mint- usenti BMBt.lVLBd wUl pUy. The aid- Ileal Queen Elizabeth in Brown Attire At the Rockefeller Institute : - : - ! - H - H - l - H - l - WW - W - HWW ENGLISH RAILROAD STRIKE FORGES KING TO USE AUTO ON TRIP FROM BALMORAL Ruler Had Decn Spending Some Time at Laic Queen Vic . toria's Castle. IlALMOriAli, Oct. 4. King 1 George left yesterday for London in a motor car, using the autoniu bllo on account of tho interrup tion .of railroad traffic. Balmoral Castlo Is In the High lands and wns long tho homo of Queen Victoria when In Scotland. ' STEEL MILL STRIKE, (Contnucd From First I'obo.) "and the Government should .In'n with thorn, get the men out of tho country! shoot them, If necessary." Davlcs discussed tho union lenders. "They won't light back tho rabid element or tho mob spirit," ho oh sorted, "for foar of losing their Jobs." "l'resldnnt Oompern Is I'roaldent of thu American Fcdorntlon of lubor und Iiuh his Job to hold," ho contin ued. "He's quit" gentle to -Mr. Fos ter. He showed that yesterduy. ".Mr. (loiniwri) Is a conservative force, but he has trlod to hold back radicals und failed." Joseph Smith, unothor roller, from Haniostcad, I'.i.. tiald he madn fii to yn u duy. Strl'tors ut lomt'8teuil, ho said, "want houra und $S a day," "There has been tin active campaign to irel union member." ho said. "Thoy didn't le.t Americans In, told tmm to gel out oc inn mcciinga miu called them spit's." Hmltn said no nan nren n union member, but did not Intend to nlllllato again. "Thcro'8 no need for It." ho said. "Thorn Is never any troti.. u luuut getting complaints up to the smor Intomlent and getting reasonable ro dress." fid ward S. Lynch, McKecsnort, nnd John lllckcy, llomestcnd, also Htecl Company employees, testllled it conditions In mills were satisfactory Tlio commllteo adjourned to meet on cail uftur tho memheis presont had i 'ni ptl tn inntlmnt the lnnulrv nf Phtn. - burgh. r I. . . , ' . , ' ' ' t)c President of (he Columbia I-ac Company of ftnnsylvanla, died yssBr I " T, tlBHH UP K. nTl ' l ' H, t . III I SJi SSSM I HiHsia f 3 i. HWinBV. j 1 1 smi s sra. i". w: ' n. -w t Lm rsniHsiHSBsajiasHsiHai smuniiiiiiH r- s r iii i hi ii t n ir n iiisn i i tin smh iss i i - l"l - l - l - l - IM - tl - I - H - l - I - H - Hl - H - i - - 4 - T'la T i TO HURRY LEAGUE MEETING (Continued From Klrst Page.) friends," said M. Rcnaudcl, "what price we attach to their ratification." "Kxnctly so," tho I'reimlcr replied. JI. Frnnklln-Botilllon sold he hal heard that Gen. Bliss, nf the American' pence delegation, proposed on tK-r, 28, 1&18. that tho tlcrmnn nrmy should jl)i disarmed beforo It entered Ger- tyany. Ho usked why this proposition was not accepted, and why tho Ger many army wan allowed to return homo with llagn flying? M. Lefevro finally withdrew his mo tion In favor of ono "Inviting tho Government to reach nn understand ing with tho Allied and Associated I'owcrs wun n view to mo execution of measures rendering tho Jlsarina ment of Germany nnd hor allies effee tlvo by tho interdiction of certain manufactures of war, and other necessary measures." This wus adopted unanimously, MM. Honnudel and Albert Thomsa moveU nn amendment which would liiBCrt tho words: "In agreement with President Wilson, who should con voke a conferenco under tho provl slona of tlio Covenant of tho Lcaguu of Nations." This amendment was adopted. WASHINGTON. Oct. 4. Admin istration oftlclnls said to-day thero was no probability of a meeting of tho LiNicun of Nations In Washington un til iiftorMho Pence Treaty had been ratified by the Hennte. Nono would liazard a guess as to when this might be. but Heniibllcan Hennte leaders Nov. 1. Hven If ratification Of tho treaty wcro completed during November." It iu nnl nvtonln.l 1 1. t lln 1 Ainu u-nill.l be called to meet hero until early next year. A meeting might be hold In fix-is and London nuor mreo of tlio Allied nations havo ratified the treaty. Such a session probably would bo comparatively brlof, with nppolntment of thn Haar Ilaxin Com mission nnd of a high commissioner aa the principal business. GLASS AND TATjON BUDGET. tliith Are In Favor of l'lnn for the flovcrniuent. V.'ARIIINOTO.V. Oct. 4. Former president Tnft and Carte Olars, Sec retary of the Treasury, will go before ihv House comniltleo on a notional budget system tn-day to discuss ncnTtnd reforms In the Unsocial administration of thn I'tiltcd states. It Is thought tin Ir testimony, which will closo the hearings, will throw much new light nn tho timlirot system. Mr. Taft madu a thorough study of cuch legislation while h wss I'rojiuetit. Hertiiry STATE BOARD ACTS TO SOLVE CITY'S STRIKE ROBBERIES Reconstruction Labors Body Tallc. PmnlnvArt: nnrl Wnrl-. ,.. CrS to Hearing. ' ne said that the opportunity to return The aovornor-fl Btato neconntruc- t"10 ""ku of Belgium to the Amcrl tlon Board toolc Us flnrt .ten to-dav mn'i ""ho " auch atnnch frlenda an effort to clean up tho atrlke Bltuatkm in Nqw York. Mrs. Belle Morkowitz. tho Board'a accretaVy; Bent rcquento to tho Building Trades' Association and the Building Trndea' Union, picture frotno rnnnufacturera i and their ntrlking employees, nnd tho hat manufactttrora and their atrlklng . employees to attend tho first sitting following brief address! of the Board. at Albany next Wed- "InrlsJng to reuppnd to your gra nesday morning. Gov. Smith will alt i clotia -words I wish' that It were In wltfi tho Board. I my power to make you feel the cmo- In caso o failure to appear, em- I tion that will move all Belgians when ployera and employed will get aub- they leam that I have at last been poonas through the machinery of thejable to bear to this city of ntw York ritute Industrial Commission. Tho and to tho eminent citizens who have Board will handle the three big strike l devoted themselves to the work for ntZl atH 'if.0." wlii tUuko UI .lh. olhcri'-! the Commission for Belief In Bel The Maritime Exchange this morn- , .,,x . .i. .7 . Ing asked tho oMlstando of the Gov- "" 11 testimony of the sentlmentB crnor'B Board in straightening odt of gratitude of a whole people that win manunio ninnes ana namcu . commltteo to attend tho session of the Board when a date for u hearing is sat. Tho oommlttco comprises: Frederick Dolundcr. Josoph B, Mor t oil. Welding King, Kdgar K. Iegh bridge and Charles It. Norman. PRAYERS OF JEWS ASKED FOR WILSON'":, I'rged to Devote Part of Yom Kip- pur to Pray for the President. Jews throughout the country have been requested In an appeal sent out last night by Maurice li. Itlumenthal, General Counsel for tho Independent Order, Froe Sons of Israel, to devoto part of their prayers to-night and to-morrow during tho Yom Klppur services, tho most sacred of Jewish holidays, for President Wilson. Tho appeal reads: Woodrow Wilson han collapsed un der tho strain of his tremendous lnbor for our country. His condition Is alarming. As tho -world's greatest leader and tho real guardian of our Nation In tho present crisis ho occu pies tho unique position of being In dispensable. "To-morrow, mo most noiy nay in tho Jewish year, on which th Jew through tho centuries has appealed to tho Creator for tho favor most desired, on this sacred day given additional solemnity, you aro requested to mako as a chief prayer In the services of your respective synagogues, the prayer to tho Almighty that even as He has guided tho hnnil of. our President out of thu horrors of the world wnr, so may )e lift up His divine countenunco upon our great leader and grant him health and restoro him to his sphere of activity and usefulness." W. K. VANDERBILT LEADS RAGING WINNERS IN FRANCE Horses Have Won $82,500 During Season O'Neill First Jockey. - PAULS. Oct. 1 (Associated Press). W. K. Vanderbllt, whose horse, Tschad, won the .French Derby, heads the Hat of winning owners during tho racing soa son In Franco this year, announced to day hts horses won 412,000 francs ($82. iiuo) during the season. Uaron Kdouard Kotnscmid is second on tne list ana J. l). uohn. third. Tho American Jockey, Frank O'Neill, who han beti rldltiir In Kurone for a number of tears. Is the leading Jocker. having rumen uiiy-eigni winning mounts, uelliiouso is second una unarpa Ihlril nn thn ILst. The strike of stable boys on the Kiench tracks has not yet beon setUed. Tho owners, trainers, and tho Jockey club are making every possible effort to hold a meeting Sunday, when the Municipal Council Handicap for a purse of 100,000 franca ts scheduled to take place, W. K, Vanderbllt has entered mreo norsciu , LAUREL ENTRIES. Uittrl, 3ld.. Oct. 4. 1h entries for MemUr rut in u (oH4v: HithT H.WK TMTwjrtf-oVUs i limine: At furiottt, -(ioldine. lOTi Ocwnns, juh -TVH;, IM); Jliihom Ifrvt, I o i il1nit iMrie. lljt JlceW llremi. lull ftmilr Gtorlie. 1 10: Sufll. ?4 limit.). lO.', tl.Ditf, im' rim Quern. IWl 1-ninrli.m llirnS tin- -Klr.h I ITT WfXO.Ml llAffc--iliWw,. t"irv.j-roMj itu irvnnli one nitl. lWwulr. Id: Wr I1n;, ilV Jiujnln IImtiI Ifll! WlNhDUTU rMlT. IPO! tt'il'fiJV3:'. Lj"1"." JtW'SKJS jioflw B Uw. l7s Veto. UO: Monavw w.ipr; I usi Tm iiwrt .(inx.). llo: Mrt Kwl. no. JMl JITH 'UHI. ltSIMK Ibrrr-fttt-oVlt n.l fiirlrv l. Il!..le (lmr,). 118 OhWikU, M Oihlii (ImjO, HI CYT3- LV' . u. MUiut one untie WI Otollrtle Um.(, 1JI nranmrtf, HO; n.i-ilr;. ICO: In Kr. .VrH. 10": VsImUbk. 110; Jr P. tiir I.,, (.roil.), 110! BnO IJ1IW. JUft) WTO l I.Utl7wni (W-lx, M.I Awnnl. 108. E. O, AiKi-llfn-n lo 1VVTI -IT j'i-j-i iia.w rr won rao'. Th UlnrjrUwl ptate Vit Inc. HI muni l.'O to eh tliVr of ti wlnnfT. itii lL.ulttTtir-e-Tnir-o.il nnd upsri-i .llll: on rail. luuut. lip: llirwoo.l Snjl IMHIw, lid; UcllrlniTW. llO; Om41 ifj, 115! U-y iiiu USe WTAI -gJ. Kr.n" "eary, USt ixir. JIO: Vtr WV. 110. HBV.WNTH IUOK rriireo-TMiMkld nd iuirfi4: ..,.1 a alltAwllh .-Lrrfel HKVC-Vr. 1 01 ! Vr lrlt limp.). lOT- Ort (Itro.). US: Pjnn vvircr iwi.) I04j liroom Tc-MW. 11-: Billot Ttet.v.r n.1 101 ' Aj-.i'mtte ullnniw. Tra' fsst. Irlr Veur Term for JVetv 1'ernvlnn I'rr.lilrnt, LIMA. Peril, Oct. I. President Augustn I.ngula will be proclaimed CoiiBtltllttnnal President Out. 13 for a period of five years Instead of four yeurs. as fixed under the old con stitution, he was officially Informed tday fe th Oaagssstonal 0iml i BELGIUM FROM FAMINE (Continued From First Page.) shook bands with tbeae strangers who Iplaycd ueh nn Important part in the r8ilof of hls dlatrtJSI)Cd peQp,e, Dur- ;lng the reception befoie the luncheon of hls kingdom would linger In hto memory as me rnosi pieasing mciaeni of hl islt to the United Htates. KINQ VOICE8 GRATITUDE FOR AID TO DELQIUM. loiter, ln response to the address of welcome of the chairman, King Albert voiced his 'gratitude In the I iney nave saved from famine. "That Belgium won able to resist for four years tho frightful morale oriprasslon of lhenemy Is In great part due to tho fact that nhe was not wholly abandoned by mankind and becnuso she knew that there was somewhere In the world a powerful nnMnn Hfnt ... InlMa.llH. Il.all Im vutfliuill fcllQ IWIlli; Ul bllU atlll- mission for Relief will ulways be pto nouncod -with gratitude In tho home.! of tho rich an well as In thn homes of tho poor. I regret that Sir. Hoaver could not be present to-day. "Wlth tho sentiments that I express to .yon hero I ehojild havo liked especially to nssocfato the name of this great friend of tho Xlelglan nation. "Thanlea to you, gentlemen,' Bel glum did not perish, and now ho asks to be able to resume, her placo among tho producing nations of tho -world. .Beore tho war she occupied the fifth rank In International commerce. To dny she Is applying all of her energy to tho work of her economic recon struction and la trying by her labor to oontlnuo to merit that sympathy which the' great American nation vouchsafed tier In her misfortunes"." VISIT8 STOCK EXCHANGE AND WOOLWORTH BUILDING. Next to the luncheon the moat Im portant public event ln the King's day was hU visit to Wall Street and the Stock Exchange. Ills trip to thn tower "of tho Wool worth Dulldlng was a disappointment because of the thick mlat which hung over the city. The King signed his nnmo "Albert" n the visitors' book and tho Crown Prlnco signed himself "Leopold de Uelglquo." A large crowd had assembled out side tho Woplwortn Dulldlng while the King was Inside and he was mo mentarily halted when upon reach ing tho door to aopart no was greeted by a rousing cheer. The cheering continued as he rode down Broadway with Rodman Wanamaker and he again went through tho experience of being showered with torn paper and streamers of ticket tape, but It wo-i not until tbo car turned Into tho narrow canyon of Wall Street that the financial district really woke up to tho prosence of the distinguished auest ot tho city and the nation. Wall Street and Broa4 Street wcro simply Jammed with brokers, bank ers, clerks, stenographers and mos' irongor boys. A large police guard had literally to fight a way for tho pro cession ot automobiles through tha throng. Captains of Industry vied with push-cart peddler in extending hurrah of welcome to tho first European monarob that ever visited Wall Htroet. Tho King and his party entered we Exchange through tho Broad Street doors and were eaoorted to tho vial tora' gallery. Business waa lmmedl ately suspended and the brokers set up a roar of welcome that waa heafd above tho tumult ln the atrcots out side. Tho King uttered a. few words of acknowledgment ot tho greeting, but -nobody on tho floor heard wiiat hn aald. Ho remained only a few minutes. ' WANTS A BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF . THE CITY. After seeing Now York from the ground and,from the dock of a yacht yesterday, King Albert expressed a dealre to take a blrd'e-oyo view of tho city. The dcalro was communi cated to Rear Admiral Long, who represents the navy 1n the American commission In charge of tho tour of the Tlelfrlan royal family, near Ad miral Long called up tho seaplane ntatlon at Rookaway and Ensign Lamb, one of tho crack flyers of tho navy, waa detailed to take tho King on his trip. Enalgn Lamb flow up- from Rock away yesterday evening and landod hlH piano In he Columbian Yacht Club basin at the foot of West 86th Street. He telephoned to tho Waldorf that he was ready for the trip nt S o'clock this morning and fifteen min utes luter the King, his uniform con cealed by a long, heavy overcoat, and accompanied y his adjutant, XlAAt Couat Quy 4'OiUtxaaoa.i 'iuad BOSTON BAKED DEANS IN POTS OF REAL GOLD "FOR KING. AND QUEEN BOSTON, Oct. . B1 iICANK, baked Boston style and served ln golden pots, will oo on the menu of the luncheon to be t:ndred to King Albert and Queen Elltabeth of Belgium here to-morrow. Two gold pots havo. been mad for the occasion and will be pre sented the royal visitors after the luncheon. They were fashioned alter the ordinary bean pot and arc about six inches In height and eight inches in dlamctur. ' two secret servlco men, appeared at the 33d Street entrance of the hotel and asked Michael Tully, the door tender, to summon a taxlcnb. It has been many a day stnee any- briy summoned a toxlcab . at the d Street entrance of the Waldorf at S o'clock In tho morning and' there wasn't a taxi In sight when tho King made his appearance to-day. Tully scouted out Into Firth .Avenue and had to run up to 3Cth Street before he found a cab. When he returned the King had been Joined by Lieut. Commander Hasscl, U. S. N., who had been ordered to lake charge of the trip. .By way of Klftl Avenue and Broad way the taxi sped up through de serted thoroughfares to 16th 8treet nnd dowd to IUvorsldo Pork. Tho King and his party walked down to the Columbia Yacht Club and every thing was In readiness for the flight In a few minutes. The plane Is Mo. 360C. one of the newest and largest ln the navy. Be sides- Ensign Lamb, the pilot, ths crew consisted of Chief Machinist's Atato W. J- -Carlton, Chlof Radio Observer Edwin Hnnna nnd Assist ant Engineer Duffy. King Albert. Major d'Oultrcmont and Lieutenant Commander liussel were the pas- sengors. Thero waa a thick mist over the city and the water and tho air waa moist, but the piano flew low and tho view Was fair. In exactly half an hour the plane camo down at tho Yitcht Club landing and the King and his party hurried to the taxlcab which had been waiting ln Riverside Drive. King Albert returned to the Wal dorf at 9. 46 enthusiastic about his night. At 10.10 o'clock ho started In an automobile with Jiotunan wana maker for lower Manhattan SENATOR LODGE KICKS AT FLAT PLATFORM OF PARTY ON TREATY (Continued Krom First Page.) of tho maintenance of Its national policies." Tho resolutions as presented in dorsed tha efforts of Senator Lodge "to bring. about prompt action on the , treaty". and also voloed appreciation of tho services of Speaker Olllott ot the House. Continuing, the resolutions aald: "Wo deprecate tho action by our Peace Commissioners in rarls in op posing the wishes ot tho Italian peoplo with regard to Flume, and the Greek peoplo in regard to Thrace. We condemn their courao in consent ing to tho dismemberment of China, our republican aUy. by depriving lier of her richest province, Shantung." FLIES 184 MILES AN HOUR. ier. World' Speed Record for Alr- planea Made Wear 1'rfrls, A new world's speed record 'for air planes of 181 miles per hour, made by a Spad machine at Villacoublay, near Paris, has Just beon attained, ac cording to a cablegram received from Prfnco Pbmlatosk! by tho Manufac turers' Aircraft Corporation last night. Tho record-breaking plnne Im n single-seater, equipped with a S0O horsepower lllspuno-Sulza motor. Another machine of tho samo typo carried a passenger at tho rate of 173 miles per hour, at least twenty miles art hour faster than anything yet re corded, Prlnco Pnmlatoskl Btatcs. The test wns olllclal, according to the cable, representatives of tho Aeronautical .Section of the French Army being" present. Tho best official speed attained by an American ma chine la 1GI miles per hour. 8PEC1AL NOTICE8. HORLICK'S THE ORIOINAf. MALTED MILK ' Avoid Imitations and Subiititata die!d . DAK Kit. Suddenly on Oct. 1, 1810, ANNA OltpAVKa nAKlSlt, beloved wlf. ot John Baker, la the) Sfith year of her ,af. Kuneral from the home of her mother, 88 Harrow St., New York, Sunday, Oct. S, at 3 P. t. JKITKI11EH. HAniUDT. 8ervlcea at ths CAUI'UELI, FUN KRAI. OIIUUCII, Droadwty and OUtb St., oa Saturday, at 8.3d 1. U. TAGKIt Oct. 4, 1010. at 4. IB A. V. at No. Utst both St., WILLIAM TAOBlt Out-of-town papers pleas corr cUlly Philadelphia, Omaha,- Neb., and cn,,r c,. tutua'ai ssawu, eieiaDy u war ana u suuvvsry,a i-A , t.