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10 Yuan Shih-kai to Emphasize Friendliness of Foreign Pow? ers Toward New Republic. MESSAGE SENT BY WILSON Movement to Restore Confuci? anism as National Religion Is Widespread and Alarms Christian Missionaries. MM ? ' ''~The friendly Intentions ,,'.,, - rnmenl toward f? ? . ? be strongly emphasised in lh-kal's message to rt.:?? nt on l occi don of bis mau rj-itior ' led he ?tfM Util ?"? I '? tlgn powers toward u* ha- always been thit of peace ? | von us eor? *ni iniotai i whenever tho oceaolon seetA t "? the C'V rid yet all the same M?fhl: te the good will of the i. It Is most important for iQeltlssns : ; ?? hineso Republic ?v to ur.???: stand 1 savor to . fiiondshlp toclare that . Othor en mmtsn ' by the form? r jUnihu md ? sa gov nents shall ??, itrlctl] !-served, and thai : met ?jpnMW reign companies and -erved ? that all rights, prlvi? '/At* tni trt ?n China by virt ition il MM*""* onactmsnti . ? firmed make *?<? I ? amity and IksPltacetor ?cce men who conduct ?S leant ' '? 2hrlatlan As* m Bhlh-kal to Amer 'ia- when they heir new building by ?Mi ?t ' ' ost 180.0 c.t as B 1?! ?US monun ng its slngl? tRbt ;?'' ??' ' ' I or-*' ? ;?-j>? ?igt 9 ?Presld? ongratulation jreiter- : ?ir to Frt to office President T_r. wl - ration takes pli '.as' Monday by the j Mutent Stati ni has of thli event resident Wilson con? upon tho ...-?. ? ? The com ? f your ei edtancy'; I? f ? :?-,<?. ?-'. -" I offer you ??-rat n the nit ind ? ? ? ? ?hat high and honoi I I ?Act if i geni ? quail? elf It I? my ho\ ? ? ?:: ? tics and the high ..ur fxcel laty'i administration will be so eon* ? Oka <v happl? mi and of her people, it ?..; ? ??- with si in pre* firmly lly and .?ordial re!a 60? bet* ? ? ihlns to reitori >.f'.r",'. filien T?as ? eel of ? report to S* 8tate Iienartment to-day from the tr*Mfcai '"??.' rAffaires ? Metall her? re-.-ard the movement - of rene* -." The roporl polnti ?ut thi.h th? '.?' - ? -.In ?"hina ? I "-Wie. Mni ?? d with the became d iyed or con r*r.ti Root ? a to many of the from relli me? of h ?' *e . hr stlai s, how? ??i *_ i ?. ,u ? ? bllsb hORR th?- r? v"* "? ? me, and th? ?AtR :s r< th? - - . ol *? - old ' B ?"?"r a poLtn..?.- t, ji ' hen Huan-< -..-.I youna ? ? ? ?-Tif-cb?!-- - . |_n A .id--my and a Of i oluml la l'?iv.-r l hi t h? ?^?Wi?tior., -...-: imbers amo: *_? ?"jit.- the Hi gulahed and which bas ??* cloud a nal -..il convention at Chl "? An btrth] for? ? ? Wil] ; .. . ,. Il ?Hie ???et im- ?? lid to ?'??'?o?-- ovel ?h.- situation. ENCARE DECLINES W WITNESS BULLFIGHT aident Sidesteps "Gala" ^air Arranged in Celebra? ron of His Visit to Spain. Raymond Is now visiting ."??*? ' ned to-day *___? ? ?all J"1'*0 ' f tanoo ?-?'..? i . . ? Poln ar? is ^?d lover o ~,,:" ??1 ?he royal hunt ?j/04'*' -' Polncalrd and ^"JAlfonso ha.l taken lunch, the auto iZe '''"" "f a ' ?v?l P ' ** - * >?.?? '?t Alfonao who was d ?Z c*r? ?ttai ? I the .,. - Idont. He 5riout' !,:'?*"?"*? '???' m??? UP ?rid ?kll* ^ "? hand, which was H,/0"1 li? then placed him In an JgT*'b;;' ? him t.? a hospital. ??t '' ? k . that Presi *<th iri'' who """ 'P " c?' af"'i"1 **? \k f the accl i.," ut on 'earning the details he sent "??edal bo g to the | *~- ? y K?NG OPIUM MONOPOLY. ^fKo'- " ? ? 'i h. Hr!U?h govern ||fc^ ?? decided to establish an opium ^ oply ,n Hong Kong ;?t the explra ?f the f,re?.r,, agreement, and It is <^1 that v.-lth the control of the traf <'j?]'h* ' H"?" "r thf! ^?'"v''rnm??'?, Ite , ' ?uppn ?.. n v i!i bt ?-a .? : The UWt"!! ,lr,r'lun<?'*>', of the farmers ar.? I l*Uten ov?r in entirety. WILSON TO BLOW UP GAMBOA DIKE TO-DAY President in White House Will Press Key Releas? ing Electric Current Which Will Explode Great Charge of Dynamite. Washington, ??cf. I?.? Pressing a key at the White House at 2 o'clock to? morrow afternoon. Kastern time. Pn I? ?dent Wilson will release an elsctrtfl current that wird travel overland ?Mid under ses to the Panama ?'anal to r>x plode a charge of dynamite and di stroy Osmbos dike. This dike is the ?us?, great physics! obptrurtion to ths opening of water communication h?. tw.cn the two ocans. although :he wreckage of the dike and two earth slides, une nt Cucsrscho and another at ?k?ld Mill, must be eul through l*e fore the canal can rsctuslly be open -d. The destruction of Osmboe dike win col'-brated no; only at the White House, but i.:i ?along the PsclAc Coast. Originally it bsd been intended to set off the charge ?it !? o'clock in the morn? infr. but President Wilson granted iv.e request for a .hang.- to SCCOmmodatS points In the Padflc time belt When the electric current startad by President Wlton trevcrse? th.- land ?ires to Qslvsston nnd psssss bensstb the Qulf of Mexico b\ cable to the' isthnv:?- the cana] engineers expect th. spark to explode the tho m chsrges of dynamite win? h bave been buried in the 300 feel c,f dike, which sti P?*esen( ? la i ? tween Gstun i. ike and th?-- famous ?Culebra cut. A rlr-1 of dredges will sttack the slides .is they have clesred the wreck? ape of th? dike, end although ('o!?>n?-l Goethsls, in his telegram to the Canal made no pr. . tion. it la . it will be possible to have the lighter boats us? d by the canal diggers to pass from ocean to ocean In s few weeks Panama, Ocl 9 Pr?par?t!? ns are all completed f<-r the destruction of the GsmbOS dike, which separates the WS ters ?if Qatun Lake from the Culebra Cut. .-Ml the nscssssry changes ha*.? ? rpsde In th? - so that Pr? - ident Wilson, by pressing ? key at the White House at 2 o'clock to-ro?orrow afterno.-n. nwy operate the switch con? trolling the dynamite dischsrg? The barri.-r ha? .-?>? mined from end to end. but out ?.f 1,277 I rges pi inted only about 4"?' will be Brad ..'. oi The others will be discharged later, will not be an oil LAND CAMPAIGN TO BEGIN Lloyd George Will Outline His Policy To-morrow. , . ?. ? ? London < < ; l?>. David L Gorge's pre.,? land fight begins to? morrow at Bedford. The chsncellor of the J ? ?eeCh Will l?e the aig? ' r battle all Slong the iine. Tli?" Cnlonlsta ss well as the Liberals, "ww? have a land programme, for the let Of the farmer an?l the agriCUltU? ral la i not be Ignored by either party. The Unionist pol of whlcb Lotd Lansdowne Is the protagonist, Is to make the tiller <>f the poll the OS I ? t of the soil he tills. He will then be s propertied person snd s Unionist. , The Liberal policy Is to let the farmer j r?- msin a tenant, with 111 ssfegusrded. He will then b<- an tas? to landlordism, snd consequent? ly s ?Liberal. No good citizen neglects to vote. To vote you must register. Your first chance is to-day. Accept the chance. The books >re open on three othc day?. But this may be your last chance. FORCIBLE FEEDING AGAIN FOR BRITISH MILITANTS Clemency of Cat and Mouse Act Not for Mary Richardson and Rachel Price. - By ? ?bl? ?'? '"' ?- Tribu??? ? London, Oct. 10.?-Forcible feeding is to be resumed. Mar- f':< hardson a.id Rschel Price, two suffragette prison? ers charged with arson at Hsmpton ?;. who are now hunger-striking, j will be forcibly fed, if neCssssry, In i ..f being rel.as-?! f'?r a period of recovery, under the csl arid mouse a?*t. This decision is In secordsnee with th> statement mad- bj the Home Becrstary in the House r?f Commons While th" bill made n possible to abandon forcible feeding in ordinary cases, it Is not man? datos*) ?'i ir-'' cane lf '?' prisoner whose offence la ol such a kind ?>r whose de? termination I" repeat h? r offence at every opportunity ?^ so pranouncsd that H would be unsafe In the public inter? est to Sllow SUCh pers.in to be at lar??-. Instructions. Iherefore, have been given to th?- pnson authorities to take ail proper medical msssures, Including, if necesssry, srtlflclsl f?ssdlng, to pre v?-nt prisoners from endangering their li\,-s b) voluntary starvation. Ti?. suffrage question has caused a split in lii?- National I7ni??ii of Women ?Workers, which ha.-, been sitting In conference si Hull tnis week. Mrs. Humphry Ward Isd th? protest against the union edvocsting woman suffrage, at a rSSUll Ol Which there have been numerou? secsosions by the *nti-suf frags minority ?n(i s ?decision to form a rival uni m. , Winston Churchill, spesklng at Dun? dee lasl night ntnt seriously tnt.-rrupt ed b) suffragettes, ? .dosen <-f \?.h?.m \?. re ejected frona the meeting. KILLS FIVE. THEN HIMSELF. .1..harm? sharp. Ocl I As ? niplove of me Rsdfontsln mine named Cunnlnghan suddssli i.e. ..me demented lo-dsy and ?hot his wife and slster-ln-lsw dead Mo then rnounted s bl-cyds snd pre seeded to thP KhOOL Where he shot and killed hin three ehtldrsa and committed ?uloide. Your duty?to register. Make your plans so as to get your name on the books to-day. They are open between 7 a. m. and 10 p. tn. i holiday in the ?'anal Zone, every one who '-an be spared from work will journe> to the peone. The danger zone will be guarded h\ a strong cordon of police. Fourteen units of the Atlantic dredg? tu- fleet were BtlCCOsafully pabSOd ' through the ??atun locks to-day on their way t?i the 0<mmboe dike, and will begin operations as soon as the barrier Il shattered The lockage t< <.k two 1 ours f>nd a half, ?orne time being lost through manoeuvring the veeseli into position. The lock mechanism worked perfectly. On? of the guesti of the at ntrlon will !? Philippe BunaU?Varilla, who v. is . loeely identified with the French at? tempt to build the canal and who Is strongly opposed to the la k type of ??anal. n<- arrived here to-day and was taken through the locks in a tug. He expressed himself pleased with the a hie? ement ' H?. i\-ih> to The TiUMIM ' London. Oct 10. Immense Interest |S hcjriK t;ik?-n h? re in the completion of the Panama Cana! To-dav "The Times'' devotes nearlj half ? page to I descriptive article and a map of the ne?? waterway. "The standard" says editorially: "Th? feal to be performed to-day well deservei special comm?mor?t! in. a gr?ai ?leai remains to be done b? I the ranal can be opened to th- naviga? tion of ships ?>f all countries, bul bar? ring unforeseen accidents, n.? obstacle ..f really formidable dimensions Is still lefl to be overcome, it is evident, therefore, that something In the nal ire of world-wide rejoicing over the ?-vent is not only justified, but so appropri? ate thai Its omission would be m??x. us? able, and wi.ii?- Americans are con? gratulating each other on what h ?s b. ? r, eved b) their own enterprise and energy and on th? ir spl? ndld sue? in transforming failure into tri? umph, there ?grin certainly be n?> dis? position on this sid?- of the Atlanl tnak- light Of what th?-y have done or begr idge them the credit f..r it. nor is it unlikely that a fair proportion <t th?? liquid consumed in celebration of the Panama toasl will find Its era} down oth? r tl MISSIONARIES STARVED Rescued from Chinese Brigands Under "White Wolf." Peking, Ocl I The harrowing expert? ?f the missions : - ? ? ?.. the hands of th?- Chine? ? leader-hip of "White Wo r H T ? ? Vang - related to-d dispatch I the Hev Christian Btokstad, at Hauges Norwegian III The He- \ir Itokstad declared thai when the goveri i , - .: t?i? y found the ts , th?? Rev, ?leor-.-? H Rev. H .....?? T?..? :? ?-?.'. I ad b? ?-il for t? - ? td'len under s heap of stras the I kf forward lei was obtalnabl? ? ? were witl t 1 ? The i ? -? gn i.e,i th? i hiding at..! thrust theli bt net I r..?i?-h the g th? ? of tl ? . Idden beneath When the brigai red thai the fugli ? ? i om? n .?r..: ? hlldr? n l ? treated them well, detaining them ?* tni chief i odgli gi The ?bell i Peking thai th* brigands probaM; be? imi I ft ighb id lest the foreign? * i ho ild l I i a- tlon. Another dispatch iron?, the it? \ Mr. st'.i-.at id th? brigand iped tow? lard Bin feh, m the Province .?f Ho-Nan rtur? prise. Fur? ther reports tr?.m th?- southern part of the Province of Ho-Nan state that ot tei de? tachments of "White Wolfs" followers bat < captured othei toa ai KAISER TO VISIT KAISER German Emperor to Go Next Month to Vienna. Berlin, Oct I -The supposed coolness wl i had arisen m the relations be? tween Germany and Austria, owing to Germany's support of snti-Austrian poll ? i the Ball ?n war, ha:- svldentl) overcome, for it ?vas announced to day ?"at Emperor W:i!iam, aftei i hunl | lnc trip at th?- end of the month on the i pohemian ostates of thi irchdukc Pran* Ferdinand, will pay ;? visit to thi Em* i peror Prani is Joseph ?it Vienna BIG LINERS FOR BOSTON British and German Companies Guaranteed Dockings. Hamburg, Oct ?.?Thres ocean steam? ! Ship companies th?- Hamburg-American I the Cunard and the White Star, have i entered Into s centred with the Boston Harbor authorities, according to the terms of which Boston will build a dry dock to accommodate the bigpest ?te-im er.s, in return f?>r whl*h th?* three rom panies have guaranteed to arrange for a minimum numb?-i of dockings. ! SENTENCED TO THIRTY YEARS ! Italian Guilty of Robbery and Com? plicity in Murder in United States. Messina Mcily, Oct I Francesco im best, who attacked and robbed Patrick Campbell el Portage, Penn., in MM, sur? rendered himself to the authorities here yosteidaj He ?.?as condemned le thirty pears' Imprisonment for the erime and f..r his .omplieity In the murder ut Charles Hays on the ??.?me oecostoo. The crime for <vh!?h Kran.eico Imbesl was condemned t.. thirty years' Imprison? m.-nt In Blclly occurred on July 3ft, UM. CHINESE IN N. Y. CELEBRATE, Eighty young Chinese nun and women will meet at the ? 'osmopolltan ?. lub house, faeli-p the Columbia campus, thi*- eveninsr. to celebrate the second anniversary of the Chinese revolution, which began on October 1!, 1911. and brought about the , licatlon of the ManehU emperor in Stl month* The students will also hail witli rejoldng the election "f Yuan Shlh-kal ns Pr?sident of the Chinese republic CAPTURE OF TORRE?N ff REBELS ADMITTED Mexican Government Confirms Loss of Important City and Deplores Moral Effect. RUSH TROOPS FROM CAPITAL Every Effort To Be Made to Re? capture the Fallen Strong? hold?Its Commander To Be Court-Martialled. a? ,.? t? Th? Till 'ine 1 Mexico City, Oct It?The capture of Torre?n by the ConetltUttonallStS is of? ficial!) a.lniltt?.; lo PeAor <;.?rz.t Aldnpe. Minister of the Interior, but it i.? he lleved that ?'.eneral M ?ngula, the fcdernl ??ommander th?-r??. nave?! his ?-annon. am? munition, rr.onev for psjnnent Of the troops m. i supplies It i? ?nderstnod that an exchange of ?hot? took place hetwr?n the rebels and the retirme frdr-rnl?. but there was n?< ??.??rious engBgsmetll The Kovernment henrs th.it man-, of the t>f).rnl soldiers di-s-rted at Torre?n, and that this was the renaon Muntruia WSS for?""l t.. evacuate the ? Ir\ It Is re fort, ?d the! th- Amerl-ans In Torre?n ???ft TA-??. Ifungula Minister Aldape ?!e?-lares that O? nerals Mungula, Ignatio Bramo and Ks< udero win be court-msrtlslled for permlttinii Torre?n lo fall Hope to Recapture City. Miguel Oarss A lape, fei* politico ?*>f Torreon. n brother of the Minister of th? interior ?o\n'? Oenersl Mungula on ?"?? - tober i. and Muni ... - ' n-??? | Inet Oen ?*rel Truey suben ai Hip?lito iwo deys l.it.-r Trii"v Albert Originally had two -.-?n.i men, bul Istsr received two thoussiTrd mor? H? h;,? now i.?>< n Joined b Munguls - fon s, snd ? leneral Rui o Msvarrette. with iwo thoussnd men. and ; ?- Oenersl Man?-? who tock Ciudad !'? ? rlo Dias on Tueoday. will .,.-,-.;?.?? ;,??? in the re. o\. r- of Tm ?. ... Miniatei Oarss Aldape x.ii?i to-da* that th? sovernmenl fully realised 'he de? plorable moral effort of the fa'.i >.f Toi re..n and would therefore, make every ?ffoii t.. recspture It si the earliest poe * ? ? dste Reports are current that a '.aree num? ber of ?Spaniard?, an?l several Qermans In Torre?n w? ? r? ?I by the rebel? aft? r they to'.k potaeSSlOn of th* ?"1" Th? soverni rnl espreaei d ibl of the truth of this report, and a Spanish ?'apl- I .... .... tory to The Trib me ... - . | Mtnletei ? B? hoi !?? ? 'o?os i ? - ild he had I ? ..... I !?* Rushin-j Troopt, Northward. last night I . . - . ?i raUwsy si i? ... , . ? ' ' - reon ? ? littery a -m ;tv h?v? ? tneastsd in this ritv ?in'?? '? tober "f last .-at w'?en nil a valla hie troop? w. re bains ? ' '? V < ra ?'ruz to re raptun th? | ? ipl?sd by Oenersl Felix niai ,-:.'-,? t -aril ? ?f I ??? 'aval ry and I ',' ?4 a? militai mmai ? ? f th? iprialns btat P*< I ? ' ?? ?? faithful t.. Pr? Idtmi Madero m* was wo... :? i In the ases ? ? ? ? where lie ra?t.-.l t'ie variiistina troop? in favor of Msd? fact of hi? ten I *?? being U?*e.! , ? ?. - ? ?vtous the ? ? . | tlon li ? | Oenen I ? " ths present mill , > gone ! MO men ?if the *5>th Ir-fantrv. Oenersl Blanquet*! personal command, e ' irt In th? throw f.f Malero Ir. ida pe said 1 th* f the ejteeu tlon of General Alvlres bj the rebele, but fear? I w? true Alvlres bad started for Dursngo when he was defested ?? the !??? his artillery capturad, it is rcp-rted A rei ring telegran iras received at the United Btat? - Bmbeasy here t.. Is from Philip <? ?ry.) general at Monterey, in regsrd to the foreign resl? ?lent? of T?.rr? on The Amertran leneral d?clar?e] thai more than three i indred Amert.-an. British snd other foreign r?sidents left Torre<m hfte.-n days aK?> bv Speclsl train. and thai he esp? ted them to arrlvi ?t Mont? rey te i REPORT FOREIGNERS SLAIN Many Spaniards Said to Have Been Killed at Torreon. Vers Crus, Oct 9 Th? kllllm- of for elKnerx In? Idenl t?. the tSklnl ?>f Tone.m by the rebele Is sdmltted b; President ? ? >| i. ?-. ntstlve here, John 14nd, t.. ?. t ditfvelopment thai may alter radl cally th.- relation betwe? n Mexico and the United S?at?-s Mr Und has r.--ei\?d a report lhal ?Sixty Spaniard? were kulet at Toi i soi The latest i Urns? - of for?rigners Id si plaee th?- number ?t mota than a hun? dred it is believed Ihsl sll the Anteil ??hum et*caped An ofBclsl ?.*ei*slo** ?>f tne latlon "i the tows t?v 'be govern m.-nt forces ?rai ; uMtsbed here thl in?, but i.[...rt- sre ? redlted ti si ? mutin-.- ?.?-. urr.-d amonS l'1*' federals and that the tosrs was subseejuently occupied by the rebels Orae storj of th.- fall oi Totrtraon, a? re? ,. ived here, i> p?wts tl si the government IrOOpS, number.RJ I"" OT mor? who had not been psM for wreks mutinied snd ?hof <;. n? ral? Al 1res ind Bravo and se? eral other officers, and besan looting. Man' foreign residents resisted and were ibet The t. b< Is, Issrnlni ol the upri? inc. entered the town snd were krtned b) the muUnous troops Thej ?tuteklj re. rrtOred a SI ml.lanee Of ?>r<ler MEXICAN REFUGEES ORDERED DEPORTED Thousands Who Fled to united States from Piedras Negras Will Be Sent Back. [ Krnm Th?* Tr'hur.?* Itur-mi I Wsshtflgti n, Oct 9,-netween X?M and M.SM Msslesa refus?e-* who fled acrof-3 the international boundary line from Piedras Net-rar. to BsgM PSSS, Tex., were ?srdered deported to-day by the 'lommiv Sloner ?-.neral of Immigration aa the re? sult of yesterday's conference of the Pres? ident, the kecreUty of War and the Se* tetary of Labor. ?olneident with the lusuance of the or? der a report was re-reived by the Depart MRS. GEORGIAN NA TOWER. ir*, nt of State thai Tiedras Negras reported to ha\? been taken by the M . ?i. federal forces without any tight The ,.??v,.<- st.?te.i 'hat thi numbei refugees ???s estimated at 16.000, the 'tii. Uf whom were under miln luard 11 la assured that th.- refug.-?? be subjected i<> nun?-cessary danger ? of tie- deportation, m most of tl at.? . :?.Ulani not mgaged in the rev a gnat manj of the r?tl i women and children, ?eho fi< . p when the federal soldiers advanced. Adding to the difficulties or the s?tta' In Eagle i'av Li the fact that ii.er-. imi";i; . BSOS i I ?- r * : ft : ? ? Thi Public Heall ?? is giv aid and a strict iuai antine will be tat talned wl ige? re '..ein? ported. The mlllt lies srlil Slit :n the d' ?.o: Lation. ? FOR INDUSTRIAL COMBII^ Miners Make Overtures to R. Men and Dockers. ; rabie t? Hie 1 H .-- i London ? n t. NX ??Joint trade uni action that maj lead to ? natior strike In Ifllfi Is f reshadowed by 0 of the res. lut loi ? ?*s. i fostorday the Miners' Federation, noa In confi al s arb irougti The fad? .? decided to approach railwaymen, doc i n nnd ?h?-'.r labor organtnatlona wi ? irlow to unifying and aynchronlsli their programme of movement, ti ma) mean one national strike, Inatei of thr?-<-, although one tpoaker urg? that the effect ?.f combination wo ild to prevent s strike. Ai- ngsldi of this Industrial i tlo th.? minors are continuing their poll! cal policy, their iai?-st ballot showing rlty ' f 88,848 In favor "f raising politli hi fund imm?-diat. ly. AIRSHIPS FOR DISPATCHE Aerial Line Proposed, Paris t Bordeaux, on Sailing Days. tl . '.. 1 ?.. : . It inr I Pans. Oct B The Mlnlstei of Con merce u organising exp? riments wit aeroplanes Intended to transport dit lat-h'-s regulerl) between Parts an Pauillac, the port of Bordeaux, on th of the departure and arrival ?? th?- South American llnera > THIEVES GET REREDOS Fine Example of 15th Centur Art Stolen in Brussels. Bruaa . Oct r> A reredos wr-k of t? t'.ft??. nth centurj bj Borremans, consi? ? ii-.i by critics ..n.. of the finest example of primitive n.' I" existence and of gre.? i al .?-. a is stolen last night fn m 11 Church of Notre Dame, ol Lombeek, ? outlylna distn-1 oi Bru The thieves entered by moans of fall '?\ -. and made th? ii ? icape wlthou ;. tvtng i'" trace s STATE LOSES LAND SUIT _ Decision Affects Many Holders in the Adirondacks. [l\\ lei-urn?*-", m 1 lie Tribune ! Olens Fails, n Y. ?i.'t I.?A dedsloi of interest throughout the Adlrondael region ha?? been hand? d ?ln'?n bv Irvlnf O Vana ex-Judge ol the ?'.?urt of An? tonio, referee In the ease >.f the PsopU \.-isii?? Lester lavari, jr. Joe Bavarl an? others The .1.- Islon affscts the title ol land In Township If, Hamilton ?ointy and the referee holds that title to th* land Is liven bv adverse possession The casi? Is one ..f flft\ I .iseK of a Kim ll.tr nature The action ??as I,,might Id eject the Savarin from land they occupied, on the ground that the state ha?l title to It by deed from the Indian liner <'..m pany, purporting to convey all of the township to the state, excepting certain reservations ssi forth m the deed? the Sa?.?rii? lan?i BOt being within that res .ii \ ?lion. This decision will have an important bearing on the other ?ase?. A small part Of the land Is K'.ven to the stat.? on the ground that it had not been inclosed by fences, *?? KING INVITES DIPLOMATS. Pisa. Italy. Oct 9-The Kim; of Italy to-day sent an Invitation to Thomas Nel? son Page, the new American Ambassador to Italy, to come to hi? hunting lodge at San Hossore on Sundav to present his credentials The Invitation was also ex t?nded to Arthur Hugh Krazler. who re ? .mtly came to the embassy in Rome from - Vienna. CAM? 11" SUED Iff SON'S win ( ontlnii?,! from flr.t psi?-?. ttwusly ' 81 e r. viewed the whole m; t?-r with the f'.rtner Ambassador, * charged thai th.- elder Mr. Ti.wer "f deavored t?. persuade her to sign s<? ? ? nature I which I cannot this moment fully re all. but I think wss t? state that there h.-??l never b? an; engagement or marriage ? M) husband hss spent the ent summer at Sew Haven with prlvi tut..rs. unmolested by me I h-*>e k< in-, faith with him to the utmost. I ? Informed thai he successful!* passet rcamtnatton and has b granted a detxrea of bachelor ?>f ai from tv.-- arademlc depsrtment ??f Ti Made a Final Appeal. 'I ha\e made a Bnal aj?peal t?. hi and with all Justice snd fairness, a ha\e ask. d for nothing but the love, ; fe.-tion and friendship of my husbai has been ?l-'nied me, and m\ |e^ rights have been repudiated Th? ? thing let to do but establish r '? in the COUItS.*1 1 Ry T-lcg-raph M Tir? Trirtine 1 New Haven. Oof I. The Mil of "M I _?? .. TOWtST, J' , against the f( led no rw prise here It has !??? ti reaten, d by t woman, who la th.- daughter Mri Qeorge Burdlck, fortnerly ??f No r several months. \:t.. rt Barclay, who his beer; i "?jns f?r the Towers, ?-aid to-night that it wi ? lenled that there was anv marrlag I ?ung Tower graduated from rale June, and has ill ? Isappeare?! When Miss Burdlch announced Isst ssfi ? t she bad been married to Tow. Incsd the Yale fa. ? ? statement ? ?therwise be wool have l?een dropped from his elaSS SI cording t.. the faculty, for contracting .?e that brought undesirable not' rietv upon the university. At that tim talk of S SUlt net the young man father was :.'.- Young Tower was n?. seen sith Mlsi Burdlck after she ..lie,;.. ? ,- they hsd been married Miss Bui ? ti.-k was p..pul ir w.th undergraduat members of ;!;?- unlvesslty. WOMAN KILLEDJY TRAII\ Started Across Tracks Despit Warning of Employe. A youi | worn in, named Anna Beltz, wa Instantly killed last Sight by an expr?s ti.i?n nf tin- New Hsven road in front o the station at Mount Vernon MiSS Belt] with a companion. Anna We.-kw'.rth. wh was Injured, it was isld last night, crosse. the tracks, Instead .?f follosring the In .-trurtions of a plstfons attendant wh? u.ld them t-> walk thmiiRh a subway pas sage under th" Hacks In Older to take ai aaatbound train A second exprese train ran over th' mangled body before it could h.- stoppe. by th.- station employes The ac?*ldent <v irred shortly after.?, o'clock, when th? platform was filled with o.mmuter?? Much excitement prevailed, a number oi women becoming hlfstsrlcsl Th.? victim, Who lived in Stonington I'nnn, And her . ompanlon had been at? tending a harvest home festival at th? Wartburg Farm soh?>oi. on th.- outsldrti nf Mount Vernoo o WOULD INSTAL ICE PLANT McAneny Asks Cash Also to Re? pair Washington Market. Poro'it-h President McAneny applied t?> the Board <>f Estimate yesterday for money ertth which t?> make repairs to Washington Market In a communica? tion to the hoard he said that he had been urged repeatedly by the Washington Mar? ket Merchants' AssodstJon and other? to make alterations and repairs, but that ho had no available funds. At a eonference between representatives of the Finance li.purtmt-nt, the Department of Ht-alth and the borough office, Mr. McAneny said. it was agreed that repairs were neces s.-ir.? The installation of an Ice plant. OSSt ,. - ',.... and '.t'ner r.-pairs COetlnf $.>. 500. vve'r,. Deeded, Mr McAneny said. He suggested that this sum be appropriated, arid that as th.- v?...rk ?as of an ntli-r gency chsracter, the sum be obtained by transfer. If possible, rather than through the Issue of revenue bouds Th? matter vs ,- referred to the Controller. I? was ?-dated that the market was m such deplorable condition that the federal authorities had threatened to close 11 Mother of Slain Boy Says on Stand She Does Not Believe Prisoner Is Guilty. ALL JURYMEN DETAINED Beiliss Pleads to Indictment, Telling Court He Has Been Twenty-six Months in Jail on False Charge. Kieff, net 9-The Indictment of Mendel Fein-., for the murder of Andrew Yushln sky on March 2.?. 19U. near this city ?vas read Immediately upon the rOSSSSIllMIllt of the court this morning Widespread in? terest was attracted by the trial owing to th.? report that the prosecution would ad? vance the theory that the killing of the ??hrlstlar, boy TUShfMky was a "ritual murder." The courtroom was crowded when the four fudges preslde.l over by Judge Bol dlrleff took their seats. The Jurymen sleep in the courthouse during the trial and are kept without newspapers or letters until their verdict has been given. The tables in the centre of the <*?urt contained the exhibits to be. used In evi? dence, including dozens of sealed and etotbbound packages, a large wooden box ar.J a mysterious parcel wrapped In green paper. The ?'athollc priest Pranaltes. one of th? principal witnesses for th? prosecution, occupied a seat In the well of the court next to Rabbi Mase, of Moscow, and both of them sat reading books and taking, r.Mes. The reading of the Indictment ocjcupled; an hour and a half, and at its conclusion the president of the court asked the ac ? used whether he was guilty or not guilty.. Bellies, arising from his seat, replied: "Your excellency. I am an ex-soldier. During my whole life I have worked hon? ? stlv. fulfilling orders for bricks My only thought has been for my family?for my wife and children. I was arrested and have been In custody for twenty-six months, though I don't know why" Counsel for the defence vigorously pro? test, d against the military guard mount? ed over the prisoner as contrary to law. and also against the orders which had prohibited private conferences betw**en Bellies and hU counsel. He added: "It Is Impossible for me to defend my ?lient unless lr:t??rvle^s are permitted. Th?? greater the Innocence of the prisoner. the greater is the ne?*essity for private conversations with his counsel." The Puhli?- Prosecutor, M. Vlpper, said that he would raise no objection to grant Ing such Interviews The Judges, retired to consider the point, and on their re turn anno.need that they had decided to permit Interviews, "bit on'.v in caaes of extreme urgency." Mesandra Pndhiko. the murdered boy s mother, was the first witness. She *-a!d - ispectod no one of murdering her son. adding that she was th.-n se?-.ng Betllsa for the first time. Th?? cord with which the hoy's han?ls were bound when his body ?.?.as discover.d wai similar, she declared, to that which he used In lieu of susi enders. M Matchugovsky. who was the boy's teacher, .estillad to the By s-iic-t d?.?= tributed at his funeral, stating that the boy bad been tortured to death by Jew* a-! exhorting Christians to attack tho Jews and drive them out The, defence asked f?.r th?? production ' lb? A, sheet, but the court sustained the objection of the prosecution Budapsetf Oct 3?A sworn declaration, sg? eri by seven hundred rabbis at the Instance of the chief rabbi of Hungary, uas publlihed here to-day, setting forth that no Jewieh sec: use?? blood for re? ligious purposes A copy of th- declara Uon was forwarded to ths .-ourt at Kicff through the Russian Consul here. SENTIMENT IN SPAIN AGAINST FRENCH ALLIANCE Republic's Strength in Europe Declining, Says One Critic? Saragossa Outspoken. [By ''able to The Trlnun?. 1 Madrid. Oct. 9.? President and Mm* Poincar?, accompanied by King Al? fonso. Queen Victoria, the Queen Moth? er, the premiers <*f France and Spain and **- lerge -suite, left to-day in a spe? cial train for Cartagena, where Queen Victoria will dedicate the new -warship Eapana. The King and President Poln , are will tlien review the Spanish fleet. While the recent anti-French senti? ment has ?ubslded somewhat, a sensa? tion was caused to-day by an article signed by S? iV>r Mella, a prominent politician, stating that France's Strength IB Blirope is declining and that an alllan.e with her would place Spain in the bam?* position M Poland with i-, gard tu Rueala. It 1h Baid that the Franco-Spanish treaty will be ?-?included at Tartagena, ('.encrai l.yautey left to-day for Mo? rocco. [Pi- (*ahie to The Tribune. 1 Paris, Oct. !'.?The Madrid corre? spondent of "La Libert?*" states that Barcelona ?"arlists demonstrated this rooming against the Franco-Spanish rapproachement. The police inter? vened. Pla?ards have been posted at Bareg?ee ?'.??nouncing the proposed treat). Time Your Relief from Constipation ?xr OV aro constipated. Ton Y wont quick relief. Don't go around all day with a headache, heavy dragging feel log, bad stomach, ?to A basiasss man with lots of duties needs a hseithy mind end body. Don't waste a day of y oar Uis. Take -, glass o? HUICTADI JAWOg VTATmrn, ths Natural __tatlT? ?n the morning or at any tlms oa on empty stomach?watch ths clock, within on? hoar or so yoar bowsls will mon gen tly and you're reUsred. 1st a bottle at any -Orng gtore today.