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Also Blow Up Ciudad Por? firio Diaz if Federal Troops Capture the City. IMPORTANT FIGHT AT HAND More American Soldiers Rushed to Eagle Pass, Presumably to Protect International Bridges There. Th? Tribune TlMrenu ) Washington, Bept Official advl ea ,? . \.,- ngton Indic?te that an ptle between the M.\ i rebel troope Is impending at ? ?? luth of < in!.ul Porfirio Dias, the vicinity of Babinas, b<* tween the former city and Gomes Pal ? k the federals de? feated a stron? force of rebels. The fed tood to be p iraulng made th? r< bela blowing tip a big I - ? - ii Rivei It Is not im; I the fe Wals ire 1 ludad Porfirio Dias If the] '? ? ' '? ' ?rdlni tn r. to create havoc threaten to blow up j . . and the two Interna (hich connect Ciudad Por? flr'A T>'nz v.lth Kngle l'a<-. Tea It ii ? * sq isdrona of the gri gun platoi'ii of tr? ."'I Csvalry and battery c of th? fd v- I ??? were rushed In special trslni to Eagle vass ttu=' afternoon. It Is tl ight here that Brigsdler General ? ?? and Dg t :..? forcee patroll :.c the Texa- fit to Isj rosee the guard it Eagle Pass to prevent the pos ( destruction of the international brlf?i- eral BUSS has entire con? trol aver the I ?rder situation he ordered the?? additional troops without consuit tntr ive War I'apartment. The State Dei irtment was informed to? cay that the United S?;.te8 army transport Manzanillo on Bun da?, after taklna on board thirty-five additional refugees The total number la seventy-three, includ ?r.e twenty foreigners, most.of them Ulit? is-. Pr?s h ard P?ruvien. M Ban nias ? 1 up nine Amerl v ?strum. Th? vessel was due st Masatlan to-day, and it 1 as? trill there take abo.nd h ? ? r of refugees, as con? ns a' Mazatlan are bad, the town be ittonary f< rie Paos, Bepl M a:; Americana v ? ratal n remaining In Piedras Ne lfter 7 0 lu'k to-niKht will forfeit the proi f the American govern - ? ? it o it to? by consul Blocker. At ? for? I "tween Consul Bio k e- and thi til itlonallst authorities Atn^ri an rei entat ? I ? llevod t |4 a nremise 11 ut of property wo? ker 1 n 'onferrrd with army " ? ? i to Ami ? . ted, from the front thin afternoon Ftat-1 that Qeneral Maas, with the en . army, had resumed his mar.-h It the 1 *oi ItltUl . 'sts at Sat resistance will M ? ? that tho Insurgents Will ;' ? d?as X' eras. Iras Negras Bept Ml?Terror has ( I ty, the proriatonsl ?apttai of the Mexican Constitutionalists^ with the vlctorioua northward march of the federals and the arrival of hundreds of om the surroundlnR devastated i otry. Obeying the Instructions of tho rnited Ftati-s Consul, American residents of BS Negrea joined the exodus and sod the Interna? tional bridge Into Esgle Psss this after rrylng such of their pos i they could on th'lr bio k.1-. Coi ? I '.varnuiK was tn antic! I should thi ? ' ' Ition I to abandon their provl I .'al. As th* re! el army Is hems driven northward by the government troop* under General Maas, the retreat lag Insurgent Bra to villages 1'nlted States troo; s are hurrying to I trom San Antonio to reinfor? '? ? ? re, and It Is understoo'i that with the first attempt to molest the arty of foreigners here an ultimatum will !' Issued What f?rm its enforcement Shi take has not be.-n made known. MEXICAN STATES SECEDE Five Form Confederacy To Be Headed by Carranza. ojo, Tex., Bepl Is.- At a. ennffr ?- Ho five northern states of M?\. ade from tb" federal t ' t to form the Confeder?te Plate* of Mexl 0, according to Americana arn.ii.g to-dsy from Hermoolllo, arhose representatlvee agreed to tK' sec? ? re fl mora, I huango, a an 1 Chihuahua, only lb* ? tin I'hlhuahua In the movement. ? larransa la to be 1 realdent of Um ? the Ann rbans In his ? saint t win be Gem rai 1 former federal commander; nain Labansat hUnJster of Haclen das. ainl Juan Samt.,/ ASCOmS, Minister of Foreign Relations. Muerdo Hsy, it is In tbe < 'abinet i.? wer Californie is not Included in the ?, as its promotora say tbe revolution baa not succeeded there SEES WAR WITH MEXICO General Butt Says Wilson Pol icy Is Forcing Us Into It. ?fl?nerai licCoskry Butt harshly crttl? alsed the Mexican pottey of the edndnlo 00 In a ?talement given to The Trib? e?o yesterday afternoon. General Butt toCUSNd thst tbe government s attitude toward Mexico bad turned hla) B bfeloiiR Ihsnsjersi tato s Ri publican. "Our Mexican pottey bas made 'is the hUBJaJng sto' k of ICurope.-' he sanl. "for ''111* we roclferste ShOUt the Monroe ''"ctrlne and declare that we won't allow ether powers to land in Mexico to protect ?heir citizens, we refuse to protect our own. We show the world that we are ^'rairi i? fig),t i,y reosJIlag our psssse [?om Mexico and then we . vp,-. t them 0 believe that we <iar.- to tinbt if they wim in Mexico. We show ourselves ?'raid to handle 10,000,.i Mexicans and then SXped th. worlil to believe we are ready to meet all Europe. "liui there's mioihat y' more serious ?^?m?m,??,??^?,i?^?? ICHURCH OF ENGLAND CALLED TO CONSIDER SOCIAL EVILS Bishop of Winchester Says There Is Clamorous Need for Action in the Sex Problem. | By Cabl? to The Tribune 1 London. ? >> t. 1. -The Rlshop of Iy>n idon preached a sensational sermon at the opening of the church of England congress at Southampton yesterday. The Hishop dealt with th.- invocation of saints, and pleaded for th?- restora? tion of this BSped of th. doctrine of the communion of saints. It Is true that he guarded himself by saving that practice was one ihing ,?nd doctrine another, but he contended that "we were pledged to the doctrine every time we recited the Apostles' ?'reed." and he know of men to whom the invocation of saints meant Just everything in i.f.- next to their belief in the Holv Trinity. S Ithampton, ?Sept. 3n "The n?wd i.ir side to the business th* administration ] is not merely makin? us ridi? ulous. but driving us into war. The government'? Weakness Will he interpreted as COWardlCO by the .Mexicans, who don't split hairs In such matters when the> v..- our people killed and no action taken th? y concl ide we .inn i act be?cause wo are afraid to. Perhaps they are rieht. Th.- result will be that inside of a year they will commit BOtne net that Will for. e ua tO fleffit. and the war will he the result of the adminis? tration'? refusal to take a firm stand in j , the beginning. "The preset.t administration has the ! , distinction of having turned American I dtlsenahlp from an honor Into a burden, i and so far as Mexi.-o is concerned a posi? tive danger the distinction, in ?h?rt of ? being the most incompetent administra i tion on record " LORD ALVERSTOf^E RESIGNSj Sir Rufus Isaacs to Succeed, Lord Chief Justice. [B\ CaM? t - The iTihur.e 1 London, O? t i It is again s'ated ! positively that the resignation of Lord Alveratone a- i>.rd Chief Juetlce i^ in tiie hand- of Premier Asqulth, to take effect October 12, at the end of the j long vacation, ?nd according to the prediction In Th?. Tribune last winter. I sir Huf us i>. Isaacs will succeed him, while Sir John Simon will b'-come At? torney General. Sir Rufus Isaacs will be the first Attorn.-y General to tx g member of i the Cabinet, and if h. l/ord Alveratone he will be th.- jirst Jew to be Lord Chli f Juetlce of England The Unionist paper? all acknowledge the ability of Sir Ruf us, but Stl condemn the expected appointment on account ?>f the Marconi scandal. pay forTtalian deputies Cabinet Issues Statement Al? most on Eve of Election. Room . Bept M A roj al ?i? r > ?? dote of the Italian general etecUons, for October y> and th? ?seond ballot? for November II was published throughout Italy to-day. Sever tv-three Am.-r.. ana Crossed the In? ternational bridare late to-day. w. w. Vaughan, an engineer, and Alfred Will? iams, druggist, wer?, ordered peremptorily : to vacate their homes, with th? :r fsmllleS, ' on Conetltutloneltst notification that the! , property would be destroyed despite eny protest to the Amerl an government, be ? it was our,...i by federal sympa* ? i ??. Many Mexican refugees and a lar ce number of Japanese were refused ad?ale? to the United States It was ?aid that the Mexicana were likely to become public ?barges and that the Japanese bed not mad? proper application An sp* peal to Washington for exception In the latter case will allege that th? Japan? a In ?linger of ?hath from the federals for having aided th? ' 'institutional'^ The electoral campaign bas officially bei in with .? h-ng Cabinet statement. Which ennm-rates the leading features of the government programme. The state? ment point'- oat tha' the government hsa airead] given practically universal auf ? ? and arranged for th? payment of ssJsrlee to the Deputies, thus enabling the ,-i?-. tors to choose wivm they pleased The prosperity of the country has been reas Ml through the occupation of Libya, and the government has been enabled to spend 122,000,000 more than hnd been estimated, of which SbOUl 17,500,006 Is In elementary Instruction Th.- population la ? sing St the rat?- of half a million .?ill' with ti.e i,eip of th? neo Chamber the governrmnt expects to substitute co-op? eration between leboi nnd capital for the etrjigg!? between the ?lasses and to pa-'*-' for the protection of children and for th? ei rrectlon of their delinquency. Regarding Italy's foieign policy, the state) ml declare? that the Tuple Alli? ance waa renew?cd after the Libyan war to Inaure equilibrium and peace among the ponera This, it la added, dorn not i? r?vent Italy from maintaining her .1 relation? with the other powers. All Italy'? ?if..its .luring the Balkan war wir- aimed al a cessation of hostilities. EX-KING WITH SICK WIFE Manuel of Portugal Takes Up Residence at Hospital. Munich, sept M Prtncooo Augusclse Victorls of Hobensotlern, wife of former King Manuel of Portugal, In expected, ac cordlng t" the physicians In attendance, t.. recovei "within a roasonshle tins " Kx-King Manuel, in spite of published reports to the contrary, has taken up his ?esidenie at the hospital where his wife Is under treatment. The official bull?tin issued to-day says: "Princess Augustine Victoria fell dl "ii Septeml?er 1? an?! Is suffering from fever and gastrn sv mptoms." It says the royal patient went to the hospital on September t] on the advice <>f SOT p1 -sh lans. LABOR WINS^ CONCESSION British Admiralty Officially to Recognize Unions. Loans ??ii, Sept N Tin. vary Important conceeslon OS? mad?- by the Ftritish Ad mlralty to-dai of officially recognising trades union?. In repto to the demands ..r th<- dockyard men, the A'lmlralty sgreed, hereafter, In the event <>f di? putes, Ig meet deputations of the work? men either in London or at the do?k ystda. ?v 1 unflinching application of Christian prin? ciples to aaclal injustices and ecoroni e. problema," dwelt on by the Right Hsv i Edward Stuart Tslbot Bishop of Wn Chester, In his presidential address to i day, is apparently t?. be the keynote of the annual Church of England Congress now In session here. Bishop Tslbot declared that the eon I gres* had three subjects of absorbing practical interest to consider?the sexes, the rue? s and social order There WSS he said, a clamorous need fur more stien ! uoua thinking and insistent action In rou ' mi tlun with the problem ..f the avoid anee of maniane, the abuse of marriaic ami the revolt Bgainst its responsibilities 1 and duties and the relations between in? u i and aromen. ( n the fiuestlon of color, ftlshop Talbot argued, a stronger stand was required against racial contempt and the cr-e.i of the exploiters Disclosures r.ke thorn of i the Congo, Putumsyo snd th' Portuguese islands, tie declared, shown! what Euro? pean action could be and could do. Bishop Talbot continued by sa^.ui; that BUCh a thing as the "White slave" traft! ? I had atartlod the British nation int" reo? I nsnltlon of the int nsitv and cold bloou e.in'ss <f th? evil at home GIANT STAIRCASE SHOWN London Hippodrome Steals March on Competitors. ! By Cable to Th* Tribune i London, Oct. 1.?America's latest vaudeville sensation, the giant step staircase, wss seen fur the first time in the London Hippodrome Issl night. The rival inanaK'is strained every nerve to !"', the Bret to present the wonderful novelt]. i 'erpenters, cost utni rs and pro? ducers work? d day ami night. The frenzied competition reached its cli? max yesterday. The Hippodrome act? ually (dosed down in the after].n, a most unusual occurrenca In order to precipitate events, all doors were locked and everybody iti the houso was swum tu Been c) \t '.<.'." p. m. the Hippodrome suc? ceeded in stealing ? mat? h on its com? petitors The curtain ros" on tin ? calade, or the magic Stain BSC, and th" audience ?piick'.v greeted th- spects e with round on round "i sppla KAID M'LEAN MARRIED Raisul?s $100,C^O Captive Weds Miss Prcndcrgast. London. Sept 30 Ksld Sir HiTV ' IfcLean, ???- pi' lun ?-. ??? figure "r ' csptured b Rslaull, was married very quiet!;, to-dsy to Miss Ells I'r-ndi r gast, dsughter of 'he leto Qenersl Hlr I liHrry Prendergsst, at am ^slots' Church, Norfolk Square After the ? eremoney ths bt , mother h'-id .< !?? eptlon a- the Alex in? dia Hotel. Then the couple weni f'?r a tour of tl.?- Highlands m a motor ?? which was th" Rift of the bridegn m to the brble F:r Mai iv ali Loan f< il Into the I I ?.f Ftaisull, the notorious Mor bandit, in the aumim i <t 1007, a I a he was negotiating a pardon for the tribesman with the Bultsn, He bsd come from Fes with *^i ft m for th.' ?lit and had rosched Elkmes, In ?he h'art of a wild mountain distli t. II days' march from Tsngler, when Ral Bull's men took him prisoner, !!?? vv.s released on the payment by the L:-' i government of |1O0,OOO, s sum which later Ralsull ws* perauaded to return. WOMEN FIGHT SHOULDER TO SHOULDER WITH MEN Albanian Amazons, Armed with Hatchets, Help Kill 1,200 Servians at Dibra. Vienne, Herd l< Women are taking an a' tlv o pari In the lighting 'n All according to liepatches received here from Avions tl1" Albanian CSptl il Man) Albanian amaxons armed with hatchets four h? ro i all) i boulder to al lei witn their husbands, S"ns and broth ?!.? during the street fighting; at Wbi i i Reptember . I, whin 1,204 Bervtane were kiiie't and :t''1 t.iU.'n prisoners of arar and th.- town fell into the hands of the Albania's The prtaonere were ?<?nt undei escort to Tirana The battle In the vh in it" of I ?lira, both before and aft>r Its fall, was of the most desperate character The wnm'-n of th" Oreeh race, In Bout h <rn Albania, are alSO displsying B veiv warlike Bplrit Al Korltsa, which is hell i i the Greek troops alstj girla havi formed themoelvea Into a compon) which is drilled by Oreeh non commtaaioned of fleers The wotnen declare th?y would K.inT ibe sgbtlng than permit Koritta I to be ir.? orporsb d m the Btst* of Albsnl ? . |i/.iidim. ?it i 'i i e Vienna corre .apondent of The Dslli Telegraph" senda thi fo'iiivving dispatch "While the apporta from Belgrade a n s ? !< t?i minimise the trouble In Albanl i the tin's from Avlenii In.lii.it.s that the outbreak Ii formidable, and that it win n?-,o ail of bervla's powers to overcome it. The Albanians are reported to have m a eucceoeton of rictoriee from Dibra to GoSttvar. The Albanian operations against KrUShOVO and u. luida an- pi" |. i | ni: BUCCei sfullv. "Forty thousand revolutionary Mace? donian Bulgan are co-operating with I 'mu Albanian* against the Berba In Hace donUV Th.- Servian troops have b. en forced '" lesve Monastlr. a/here th" au? thorities arc forming volunteer corps f??i th.- <!< f? ii' e ? f the I itv an I the protei turn ?if Mlanl.ui ami Turkish iltl/.ns Ban gulnary encounters mark the Rghtini around Prisreml, arhere the situation la critical. ' HISTORIC "I0ME BURNED , Paintings and Furniture Saved from Residence of Earl of Guilford. Dover, England, tept ??? ? Another of Bngland'a tom?os old historie homo* of her nobiUty vs.'.s destroyed by are last tight, when Waldershaie Park Mansion, the residence <'f the Bsrl of Guilford, be? tween Csnterbury ami Dover, was burned to the ground, The Bail "f Guilford, Who vvas in the residence, succeeded ii saving msny of the valuable nil patattaga in the picture gnlery and BOOM uf the ancient furniture. Nu evidence was found .if the iiriRln of the tire. MANEN! PRESIDENT FOR CHINA ON 00!. 10 | Mongol Advance on North and Unsettled Internal Condi? tions to Hasten Election. NO OPPOSITION TO YUAN 4.000 Mounted Mongols, with Twenty Guns, Led by Russian Officers, Enter the Province of Chihli. [From The Trlt.nne Hureau 1 Washington. Sept If.?Without waiting for the completion of the constitution. progresa on erhleh In the hands of th>> drafting committee Of Parliament has been alow, and doubtlesa pressed by the exigencies of the situation, ranginc from an irritating; ar.d nosslhly dSngeroUJ Mon gol advance on the n >rth to unsettled conditions throughout the country, the government and the opposition In Peking hav.- agreed to an immediate election of ? permanent President The ?hite has been used for October if?, the second an? niversary of the outbresk at Wuchang. on the Yangtze River, ? f the rebellion vv hi. h resulted In the overthrow of th? llanchu dynasty and the elevation of Yuan Shih-kal to the k^rsrlslonal Presi? dency of the nation. Yuan Phlh-kai is the onlv candidate In the field and his ? lection la assured. The dedaton for the Itnmedlste election was reported to the State Department to-day by the Ameri? can i ?agre tien in Peking a report was also received that IrW) mounted Mongols, rnrrvlng with them twenty guns, had arrived sixty miles north of Kslgan, nn Important cltv In the province of ?T-.ihU. of which Peking is the centre, and connected with Peking i railroad IM miles long, it la ? off the border of inner Mongolie and ha? hing heen threatened by ? Mongol n't,irk. the Mongol? having, under Rill pressure and Influence! long ago . lar? i ti,, ir :? de| rndence ??' ' "hi?a. There la a Chinese force *t Kslgan and Ian engagement K probal ?? Led bv Russian Officers. i The Importsnee ?1 lb? n itter, I wever, In the fsct fiat these Mongols are ring led " rdlngl te ad v let bj The Tribune corres].denl Prom thia ? : i :-ned that the Moi ; are i. Ivlng t? - ! i kli g of th? huaa an Hag arhe last >???r recognized th? ' v golla. snd that tl ? ? ? - i part of Russl i*a general me t? til ht< n hi r hold on tl si pro-. - In < the very bot dem <>f a proper, pu?sia creates a dangsroua situation ftir ' Ihlna, on a con? terest to all other ? ? si ! par? i ?. ..' .i. - I ? ? l.nv.. long ' i " ? . nothing lern than a Rui an adran - '? th? ?ulf ol - ? | ob lain i ? ?? oui th* long ? ... lively blocked reaull f the H ? ? wsr ? ' ? go, i m It iaa i to lake ?? would be de ..[? dlj sg ? ???'?? ' I there la no doubt that if u la proei d thsl R ? v t ' I.. ! i r :g ? ..f InflU ? or even ownership. Into ths ohm ?jf < h.hll Japan will enti Situation of Great Interest. ; psi ' true Ii of i he fact that last year the Japanese enter? I a claim of apeclad. Interest In Inner lion ir here this n< ?? fo ind ?? ; '.' : Ruenci . and ? nded ha i (???i n divulged bj ti ? ? t. ,t it is , -....t a i...-.-:,in sdvsneo to i.. . ,; would be com trued !??? T..k... , - an encroachment u la svldsnl to r.ir i asti n ? m ? 11 - In W a ihli gt< n thsl tu* ?.ituation la China bencefortli will be ? tense!) Interesting, with manj important things hsppenlng Prom the point of view of Chlna'g own Interests, the i. . ?? ature t,f th.. situation is the certain election of v nan si.ih k.ii to the Preeldencj i here will l-e no difficulty about that. The ?lec? tion vviii be sccompllehed by th?. Parus* ' nu?A in ??salon In Peking. The body will resolve Itself int.? an electoral col? lege. The election w:ii r. luire the ores* ence of thre?^-fourths of the membership of both houses A two thuds rote of thia quorum for a candidat? win mak? him Pn Ident. if no candidate ahould escure tno*thirds, then the two candidates pre* ? uring the hlgheal number of ?otea win be voted for separately. The one getting the majority ?rill become Presiden! In thia w d ? ni!..? avoid? tedious balloting. Chins a,so bas profited b) American saltation ' and has provided a sort ol n.and term law it aaya thsl the President ahall be elected fot a tormo! ala years, bul cannot aorvg two terma Is auccesslon He muy, if be 'h iras h--, "me a csndldat? for a I second term after a ata r< si Inti relat The Consul General :<t Chungking has reported to the American legation thai troopa from other provinces, principally Kwelcbow, to the aoutb "f Bss-Chuen, hav?- obtained control "f Chungking. This has arousi d rest ntmenl on tbe pert of the local soldiers, and fighting hi likely to oc? cur botwi en the see i hues, and otbi r troopa, Wim.- them in g number of ? tmexicana al Chungklni snd rlclnlty it la not believed here thsl they era In dan I got The trouble hi ronaldered a local disturbance, probsbl) principally <iu.- to provint lal j> elou?). DRIVEN OUT BY AMATEURS - Mitchell, Artisan Golfer, Tells Why He Became Professional. London, fleet M "Abe" Mitchell, the noted artisan golfer, asya thai be wss drlVI ii into the professional ranks on account of th?- Intense bosttllt) ahown t.? him In th?- last two amateur tourna? ments boceas? ol the foci that ha la a WOI klngman Writing to 'The Oolf Monthly." be ,-av as "My chief offence has been when i was born an atusan in following my occupation to n? I a living, tirst as a garden? r, then a.s a. ? liauffeur. I had mete opportunities to plaj g?d;' than the ordin?r) Brltleh artisan baa the right to aspect, There are K??if game etaaseg hi England, and an aitlesa golfer is not wanted In smateoi dn ? Ma. heil say? that he fullj Intended to cross the Atlantic t.. compete In t"?th the amatsoi and open tountamenta, but was warned before his deparara thai meaearea srould be tahm to prevent him from diiving iron? U>?? 1*"??. Is? NUN) AIR TAKE UP OVERTIME ; Demand for Pay and a Half by the Men Opposed Vigor? ously by the Lines. LEE TO SUBMIT FIGURES _ Both Sides Consider the Matter as Highly Important?Ne? cessity for Long Hours Arouses Discussion. Witnesses eslled by the railroads at the hearing yesterday by the arbitration board on the demanda <-f the employee were put through s course of questions as to wag? s in Esstern territory and to the dornend overtime The overtime question is looked on sa eery important by both aides and will ho opposed vigorously by the rsilroads fi w. Chambers wa*re agent for the New York rentrai Railroad, said that the sages Of the engineers wer.- ?-12.', for one hundred miles, whereupon A. R liarret an attorney, for the employ?s said that it the conductors were paid pi > rata ??, the anglneera they would he , much better psld then thay are if the engineers had to Work a? haul as the lUCtOra, OH (he "ther hand. GhjUTOt son s.nd. they would he e.n- ng nearly twice a- much aa th.- conduct - W. W. Atterbury, rice-president of the , Pennoylvanla Railroad, one ,,r the rail? road arbitrators said that figures would be given tu-day showing conditions on the railroads The representativos of trie employes he Mid, would not be satisfied with anything bul facts which could rot be controverted, and no opening would be left by th" railroads J. W. Coneys, superintendent of the Indianapolla terminal of the Pennsylvanie & Vandalia Rallrosd, who began life as a brakeman, outlined the wages "f con? ductors and brakernen at the Vandalia terminal, which ransred from 2?"* m 40 rents an hour. Representattveo of the rni-n said j these were higher than the Kastern rates. Bllsha Lee, f"r the railroads, siid the v . ? s for theaa ? ? 1 on one dlrialon of th" N.w York <'<ntral were M to M cents an hour, i r.-nt lesa than Chicago wi.ges. On another division they were 2 rents ;. s?, nnd on the third division o , . ? ? 1,.. s There WOB a lona discussion of the de? mand f'ir oeerttnu No conclusion wsa 1 it the matter a ill come ut> D Hing the dl ? usston II d< reloped t'n if time nnd B half for overtime is not 1 "n either tin I istern or the Western r''.'uN t'> the trainmen and conductors 'in one ?ay or another," said Garret ? ? "overtime was kept out at th? differ ? ? arbitrations, gometimee It might be ?through th- circumstsnces m the time and BOmetimee through strong arm ! method* " Cone) ? a 1? n?ked e.? to the effect of Overtime at tune and s half rates If the .'? ? n i arare granted He eras guarded In his answers but aaid it might 1 I in taking out trails, but would have a ?> t" put a premium on delay. Ther.- was a dtSCUSSlOO between Mr. Atterbury and Mr Osrretsoa as to the wit) for men's working overtime but ? rt was rea h.d EtlSha tiSS announced tbat he would aubmlt figur?e I covering the wbole attustlon IcHINESFbANDITS HOLD AMERICAN MISSIONARIES Orders Issued fpr Troops to Ex? terminate Band Led by No? torious "White Wolf." Hankow, ' : ? I, Bepl ""? Hve ?mort 1 an mlselonsiiea and four Norwegian missionaries are In the hand? of Chinese ? 'M*. who <"i Friday rapture l the town of TOSO rang, In the northern part if the province of Hupeh. The Amerb-an 'prisoners are reported to be Mr and Mrs 11. mee and hlld ami Mr. and htra Pauak* Th" Kev C BtOkatad, of the HSUgCB Norwegian Miaaioi telegrspha from Fen cheng that ?"i faturday Mr. Pauake, who is attached to th.? Lutheran Brethren Mission, was still held in Taso fang for ransom, but was separated from his wife, with the other foreigners ^m held prisoner in another pert of the clt) The notorioua bandit "White Wolf." whom th?' government has been fl-'httntr for several months Is the leader. Orden have been loaned f"r the Chines? troops surro indtng tie district to advance toa aid Taao rang and exterm?nete the bandit* General m Yuen Hong, VTce-Freeldent of tbe republic, told .! Psul Jameson, acting American Consul at Hankow, yes iv that he believed the foreigners would not be harme?! and would not be U?ten a" t] Dr. Btsnley wiute. aacretary of the Hoard of Mission- of the Pre Church, sani yesterday that the dsnger tn missionaries in China had been gre? |y exaggerated an?! that ne had ii" f.ir. received amrd 1 f any outrsge ik u*4 them. DOMINICAN REBELS LOSE Government Takes Puerto Plata, Probably Ending Revolt. ganto Domingo, sept. 21 (Deleyed in transmission). Puerto Pints, the ?hlef stronghold of the Dominican rebels on the 11 ortiu 1 n coast, surrendered t?> the govern? ment forces to-day, according to official advl es received at the capital, it is be lieved in government circles that the rebel towns "f Samana snd Kam hez must now capitulate ami that the rehelll.ni wl.l come to a speedy end. It Is expected that the blockade of Puerto Pista ami Bamana nay win be 1 ai.s." I. NEW TYPE 'OF WARSHIP The Aurora, a "Destroyer of Destroyers," Launched. Devonport England, lest M The Au? rore, a light cruiser of an entirely new type, was Isunched here to-dsy and added to the British navy. She was described !,\ Winston ?poncer Churchill, Hrst Lord nf the Admiralty, as a "destroyer of no? il ro) ? 1 - The vessel displaces MM tOOS and was designed fur a speed of thirty knots She Is to use oil fuel for her motive power. Bhe le protected with a the-inch bell of armor over her whole length, ami is timed with guns aufncteetly powerful to drei aflth the most formidable destroy ? r Blghl ??f tin? type of vessel are under ioiistructj"ii foi' the British navy, and a further' eight are to be laid down next ? FINOS SPONSORS LOI Some Medical Experts Waver, but Most of Committee Keep True to "Guilty Man." EUGENICS TO BE ACTED Dr- W. J. Robinson, Norman Hapgood and Dr. Jacobi Among Supporters of Stage Version of Coppee's Novel. Tl ? coousittaa of sponsor? for "The Quilt? atan" stood fast veeterday Fred? eric h. Robinson, Pr?sident ef the so riologlcsJ fund of -The Medical rfc ele ?? of Revisara," which has charge of the Intended production, has received no won) m the contrary, with the exception of the three member? who definitely asked that their nsmea be withdrawn, aa was told In i ah rdejr'a Tribune, Mr. RobtnsOB said he did not expect any more of the committee to withdraw. He said that Dr Ira S. Wile, who WSS on the fence yesterday, had reconsidered the matter and would remain, and tint ?>e thought Dr. PrederlC C. Howe, who also v\:is doubtful, would make like de? cision. Mr. Robinson found considerable con tolatlon to offs. t the loas of Hamilton Holt, Dr. C. Ward CramptOn and Mrs ?'harlotte rerkin- Ollmsn from the com? mittee In the foot that request? hau boon received for over ?la thousand seats for the play and that the requests were still flooding in. only t?bout thre* hundred could he accommodated, he said, and the applicant? would he caiefully Kone over, and only those who wanted to see "Th? Qutlty Man" with a serious purpose would be given seats. "The play la written for the purpose of vividly presenting th?- effect of society's failure to m et Its responsibility toward the so-called illegitimate offspring and its unmarried mother." he said. 'It Is force? ful and Impressive. An Intelligent au?ll ence will be ?tlrred to action in correct? ing present condltloi f A n orbld gudl race will te grievously disappointed." < m,er defend? - "f ti..- 11 ductloo of the i'iv w-ere Norman HapgOOd, editor ?f "Harpers We. ki-" and chairman of the committee; Dr. William J Roblneon, ir?sld'-nt of the American BodetJ Of Medical Sociology, and Dr. Abraham Ja CObl. From his bed In Mount Sine! H is j pltal, whitre be was operan day before for appendicitis, Dr. Rotshaoa d ? tetad ti:-- : ?I owing ?talement "I hav- investigated I ?u loot, Slid have come to the conclusion that esees tive childbirth among the poor Is oni of the graateet eursea that afflletg hu msnlty. it is one of the tieat- at raus, s ?.f loo wages, poverty, Ignorance, Idle hue and death, rhen is a ?Imple reni.il> -to teacb people how to refcuiat?- the number of th?-ir offspring. Our present laws regarding the Impart? ing of this kind of Inft '"in the ? . ?grot brutal and Infai "I hav.- not r?:id the play." sud Nor? man Hapuood. "not having i.n ? I get hoi.i of it until to-day, but i ac? cepted a poettlcn on ihe committee be? cause l had entire eonddenoe In the peo? ple who wore arranging the production? aid b?casse ? believed th< two big ??b j.- ta treat??i were worl alderstlon by grown-up Americana." Although pence i Line t.> the camp of the promoti Oullty Men" man yeaterdaj. a aid? atts k cat in the form of a declaration by Hie? L.r.lan Pastor, ?1st! r ..: Mrs. K a Bl ikeo, at her home, No. l'v* Hoe ave. nue. The Bronx, that the "big M it act of the play was i ?t ? from a play named "Mary." erb her sister is working on at her summer home. ??Mr. Robinson, who is managing The Guilty Man ' ' said M UM l'aster. . ?? r and knows all about 1 ? - ; ? >. when -he pointed oui to him that The Guilty Man' was like hers he s.i 1 be would cut oui the acenee that were the Mr. Roblneon said last nicht that he i . ? aot the malt : first seta of the two plays were aiik.-, but said that they grew out of en? tirely different circumetancea la the plots. MRS. J. A. IZARD REMARRIES ! General Biddies Daughter Wife of Louis J. Nicolaus. Mrs Janet Adger Isard, who is th? da ighter of Qen< ml William P. Blddle, of Weshlngton, ?ras married yeeterday afternoon t.> Loula .'. Nlcolaus, son of the Wealthy brewer and hatik-r of It Louis, at the home of the Hev. Q s. Webster, of the Church of the Cove? nant, who performed the ceremony. Only Immediate ralatJvee attended. Mr and Mrs Nkolaua left tho city for a h neymoon trip that Will take them ! around the world. The bride la pi h.-m Boclstty in New York. "Fsshlngtos and st. i.ouis. Bhfl divorced her hueband, Walter hi.ike i/.ar.i. paymaster m the United States Marine Corps. In St. Louis, .r.it nary IS. The bridegroom is the son of Heary M .ol.ms. president of the St Loula Brew? ing Company; s director In the Klnloch Telephone Company, president of the Olloonlte Construction Company and a director of several hanks in St. I/mis. FOURTEEN DIE IN STORM Ruin Follows Heavy Rains in France and Spain. Cerb?re, Stance, Sept. W. A terrific thunderstorm which raged for tw.lv hours has spread death and rum through? out the city. Fourteen persons are known to have been killed and thirty Injured, but there are many mlaalng. A stream Which ??asses through the city BOSded the streets. In I hardware estab? lishment where large quantities of paso lene, petroleum, ahohol and other ln tlammables and a cask of calcium carbide WOTS stored the water dissolved the ih. mleelg and enormous volumes of gas were formed. A terrifie explosion oc? curred, which completely wiorbed two buildings and enveloped two others la llames. Three persons who were passing sl the tun.- arsre killed and tiv?- families wer.- burled In the rums. .Nearly every h QUO? in I'erhere is Bssdcd and most of the provisions have been Spoiled. Supplies and troops have been rushed to the scene. Madrid, Sept. IS. Torrential rains are falling throughout Bpaln. Orael damage to crops and property is reported. Rail? roads ami telegraph hues have bOOB de Mrovid m places rendering commutuca tion difficult. Urgent appeals for aid have reached th?- Ministry of the Interior from many Inundated villages and towns. At Barcelona the thxxl carried away a carriage with two children, who perished. ASK N. Y. GRAND JURY TO PRtlW THAW FLIOil Whitman and Conger Appeal to Glynn to Name a Special Panel. TAMPERING CHARGES MADE Dutchess County Jurors Said to Have Reconsidered Indictment Against Fugitive. r?> T?rraph to The finiBOl | Albany. Sept. Sfjt A?-ting Governor I Glynn to-day received a request frcm I I District Attorney Whitman of \e v i York nnd District attorney Conger of Dutchess Coi nty that he or?ler an ? x tram Unary grand Jury convened In New York County to consider the es? cape from hfatteawan "f Harry K. Thaw, the dSTSaOpsnanta since his ar? rest In Canada, his flight from that country and his OSaCurS In New Hamp? shire. They also asked the acting Governor to i insider the advisability of Attorney General Csrmody superseding the Dik trlct Attorney's office by taking charge of the casa. The purpose of having the investiga? tion made in New York Is because of reports that certain Influences have been tampering with the grand Jury of Dutchess County In the consideration of the charge against Thaw of con? spira'y In effecting his escape. The Attorney General's office will be asked to make a grand Jury Investigation Into this report, and It Is exacted that William T. Jerome will be designate?! to represent the Attorney General's of? fice If the extraordinary grand Jury la ordered. Mr. J?ri me, who waa chosen as th* special deputy Attorney General to bring Thaw back to Maw York R'ate, conferred with Mr. Carmody concern i i tig the calling of the extraordinary 'grand Jury this afternoon, District Attorney conger of Dutches* County ?arrived In Albany to-night an! ?rill hold a conference on the BSHM matter with tho Attorney General to-morrow. Mr. Jerome Is said to have found a : New York witness who will tell of the hatching of the ?'onspiracy to fi??e Thaw, In a New York West Sid- as j loon, and 6oth Mr. Whitman and Mr. Conger feel that th.? fact that the 'spiral y may Involve persons U g both In New Fork snd Dutchess coun tiee Justinen the Intervention of At ; torney < lenei ai Csrmody. Word has reached here to th that the D'ltchesa County Qrand .1 i recently voted to indict Thaw on the conspiracy chsrgi. and i iter reo ered Us action, at th" Instar. ?? of who arc seeking to proven! i ' ^'ich. an Indi? tnii-nt. This will be one of th?1 phases of the rase to !"? con? sidered by th.? special grand |ury, ehould Acting Oovernor Glynn >?? ? ? order ?urn a proceeding, '?th?r in? teresting developments concerning Thaw's fight ggslnot SXtl :. glao would be consider? J. William Travers Jerome Is practically -?'<! of misrepresenting tacts eoneens the Indictment of llatrj K, Thaw tn ? less Count) by Samson Selig, of i! iae, Grossman & Vorbsus Nc 114 Broadway, of counsel for Thaw. "In view of Mr. Jerome's effort to or tain an !n llctment against Thaw In New York County it is apparent that the Dutcheee County ?"?rand Jury h us failed to Indict," said Mr & lig I ? - "It Is nos generslly known that the Dut asm inty Jury had failed t?i Indict when Mi. .brome toll QOVernOf FGker of New Hampshire that an Indictment had h?e i round, but not made public In order that the ao-cslied 'srch- onsptrstor' nngh: ?? found, "Evidently Dutches* county 6*n net feel that any crime has been committed vv:'.;n her lines, and Spperently Mr. Jerome Is m.ivlnir on to New York County as tii? next best place He may tn turn perhspa visit all the ? inties of the sute to trj to get an indictment. "1 don't believe he w!'l BOCCeSd In get tint; i :i" In New York County, for I doubt eery ara h whether N.vv York will allow in r>. ,f to be mode the | i fri run the chestnuts out of the tire f?r whoever Is behind this thing it Boama that th? peo? ple Of the state aie arilvine Bt the actual facts and the coterie of pereona who are BndV avorlng hi ? - return by Ifatteswsn al any I he pretty Bear the end of their rope." Mr. Jerome was In Albsny yesterday nferrtng with Attorney Oenersl C niu'ty r. car Mritr the NOW York County Investigation. .Mr. Jerosse went* restrict Attorney whitman to direct th? Investi gattott Mr. Whitman dOSS BOt wish to participate In it directly or indirectly, tv;t hi perfectly willing t?> place ble oches and a grand jury at the dlSpOSSJ of the Alter ney General. S !??? ANOTHER NEW AIR RECORD Austrian Ascends 7,024 Feet with Three Passengers. Johannistha!, Germ: nv. gept ?" The Austrian aviator Inl latha ." ^ Ith I ; .1 senge re aboard bis biplane, reached an altitude to-day of 7.-.C4 feet. s.ibiating's b.st pteelons record or ? flight with threi era ems es tes? tomber 17, Ml srhi n be ascended from AUenasgne and attelnad a hetght o f.-.'i. a OOW world's mark. His closest nv;ii in the Mat Of BSSSSsf> ing to great altitudes with peaeeogen is Blsschke, a countryman, who hoMi [worfcTs record? for flight? with ens sad tWO paSSOIaTSfS Cn June -I. 1912, Blsschke want rp with t re passenger* from \'ieniiH and reached ?' height cf 11.7 4 L* feet en the same .lav. carrying on? passenger, he climbed to an altitud? of lites Fast The holder of the world's altitude rec? ord is <;.-area Legagneux, a Frenchman. mi September 17, 1912. he arose from Vil? la, enblsy, France, to a height of 17>7t feet, or nearly three and a quarter miles. Fe the last thousand feet ?>f the climb he kept alive by breathing oxygen from a lank attached to the aeroplane. H? nude the aasest hi I '"mutes ami planed bach t?> earth in If minutes. Th? pHrVtOUS record of \S,M teet was held by Koland G- Garros, of Franca ?