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Your Money Back If You Want It 5?m Editorial Page, First Column. Nm Stumm WEATHER run ln.im \m> iomorr??? ?RJvSH \tlK1 I1\4 1 >1 ?IMl? Tf???rii*t ? ISaseoieSssaoi ltl(li :<:. i.>?? tun tommri ?-i r ass I rist to Last - he Trul News- ?dUonaix ? Advertisements Vol. LXXV....XO, .5*228. (op.irislil 1011? Ihr Trltiiitir \??'n.: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1915. PRICE ONE CENT "" :\ ?f >????? Seek. N->?.4rV,. .Irr-??*? ? i!? a 11 ???.?,. mu?. mo ? ! M** Berlin Demands Measi Lansing Will Refus ws 7 risis Threatens LAIBAR ACCUSED OF ENGINEERING WUNITIONSTRIKES U. S. Attorney Marshall Says -Wall Street Wolf" Ran Labor Conspiracy. HONEY SUPPLIED BY FRANZ RiNTELEN ? i?,?. I utra Indictment??. Charg lag attempted Murder, Found Ship Plotters. Israhsll, 1 been ? ? ? . . . n coi ?? ?he plots of t.erman ron ???r?. < '?u?ly been . . . | BC) . 8nts in the West, hut it wn? not ? oflllia "' i abor'- National Council appeal \- r. and ? ? i directly saddled ' ible?. kno-.? . I I ? ? mben ? snncil, -everal ' r i>p. the inqui . ? , ral iinshle to say mal jury. i_M_aU. i. rcti - p of i-er- ' ? aaneed I money ; Hint : tain, and : i.nmar. lumpers Opposed Plan. ... thai for some I i ?? ; irj. bedj hud nfnimatioi ? ? , Mr. Mai ? fives in ? BS PS) ? ' I ? -.' ?r. that Co:.- I insnced l - re. ? ? - which ?ns t.( shoi ? ??f tl.'S I ?in Informed, of h *he I ? men? ? ? rt?cers .on who ? ? ? ? t Api ,,. ?, g ? - - ?. an end. li.t* Ne? Indi? iment?. have mad?- 11 * State- , ... ? ? ? h I e ).<?<> n : ?per*, and I d?*- , ?.,'.< | ? foi ' I ? reason : ? ruth has alr-rdv . i i . ? led itsj ? ss 'he ? sad sf An ? ? rieai broker,, ? ' ?' -?a'l-erl I-** ? man, went! ? r? ? ' ' I ' ' - " ?? ? reed - ? ? eeeas vhicl 1 ..... |h) Ma* ??.Ut,??** -m p?*-? s. celetna 1 THE DAYS OF REAL SPORT: OPENING THE 64th CONGRESS-By Briggs rCALL OUSTED ON STOCK CHARG BY GOVERNO: No Evidence of Transfi of Shares to Wife. Whitman Says. -. Edward E. MeC HE 000 -, ? ... Ission at - him fr. ?. ile ;i men ? ? , Pow? |( thai he hml tran ll nin :? i ed bj tl Govei ? ? '-in i on. be ?i .-uiT.c ent to wii Imm< .1 sftei skins, he a: \'. the order McCall ?t; ? ! ???.?iy of State'i e for tho pi peso. 'man will ?end copi? of the order and hit d?-ci?ion to McCa to-morro??. The order, however, bt-cam >? ?- 'ling i ihce, ?o th? i.-on. thai moment MeCatl eeaeed t?> h ? Yavward, who va appointed o the eoaualai ?'? last Apji!. '.?ill be de? Ki.d'ed gl temporary chairman to-mor row by the (governor, with the under ?tandinK that if h? make? good he cai hold the place. Ha>ward to Hsve a "Tryout. ' _Bvei_ei Whitman ?aid to-night rha he had not yei definitely made up hli llena) Ils?, ward the per man? r ? chairmari of the cotnmis?ion The goaeral laaenlia?lit i?, however Ml llavward la to have a tryout If t?,., slept again?! him anoth?-r man will be ?elec???! The r pa rpeaed making hn ? si possible to give M? (?i? ? rtBl lt| to resign and thu? :-;v for hirn t? ?ake i.operi for reaigna ? . r aaeaa, it is und?r ,,-??r the charge? ? ord ?'-a? ?ent to Albany that ??.. reeJgBa? the prematur? poblleatloa if the stei up to se atad? public is the ? 1 I ...-lip .'111 ?i id.;?- h?-aritiK, end virieai rats, ?h ? Ihst ' he ? harifrs rets ? ' d M? ? ail ?? .isas um? a ave? ? ? '-r ? MOOT if ?he 1 he belief ? ?atiinu'rt c_ pa?? I. ??lasa- 4 Flannel-Sh?rted Radicals Pass, but Uncle joe Goes On and On By HEYWOOD BKO?N. We Often, i ?? < ? I ha beea ra into the world a little Radical 01 B little Conservative. Perhap? if is eortl ing that 'he < onservative remains lonirei. The SieSt ;nt?-re?-'ir.jr. ftgniei n ? re int?r?t ting H ?Id mei Ji ops '? ! Car >n, who .m n ISM, ii eld, bel Jemes H. Dae i a, .?h<> t??? bom In lrs.V), i? ancient. I'ncle ?foe 'ever all<>?vetl an\ ?'.:td no? tion* to joggle hi* jadfment, "< felons" Devil has permitted ram, monopolj and the gold standard 'o ..t.nr-.y bim mightih. And to-day I'ncle .loe Is by fsr the bottei "<'y< lone" Da* I r?t and the last of ?he Populist??, mid BVOB Its I is no more than a half-brother to the Hemofr?';'' party. Hi? autobiography ? -h" < engte**inr.a! Ore .. , the SistJT-feerth < nncres. '.vi?h the lion Jeff McLemere, of He * colleague, retenir,;?; pome 106 rOtOS ISSI than his colleague, nri alleged penalty for not having always )te??n h 'rollar' Demeersl In ?pite of thl OUdtal .0': Devil means collar is ??i lit? er?! s??nse Only ?rrk . his neck te d? . and ?luJ I rani affrighted Those who ? I long . ? whether gr?> sr red, con?urn? ? the b? I'ncle Joe Is Jaunt?. (ncle Joe trink :m < *. nient delight -, - ? ? Bf 'n ti ' niai ?fain. l'e ?randersd bsre snd I laufhed, frosted old friends, i.kn| n end teld roba I ?tories; *li...et! out ,,*? hi* seel In fast? ss ? chair Ils ?????' .i for l ?iamp ' Inri? withoul I :,i -I So" 'i .he Te-?r.l?*.t Ol ' ' ' Al.,i poring man w a Hone" Devis, ?l?0 w" '""'' '" T'",T A dOSSB ItttH bsrk In lh* ? list days, ?ir? it M with all Rsdicali Thsy burn istion. i ine may look through? Repr?sentatives and d no ra ? R, , , ra^e in RolteiI M, L Bo es 1 Ave man from ? ? who i ? the magasine?. Tl.<- Va niman, - - ?ij i.i t ?it M ? ? afraid of Ynrdaman hin have hit hair for a re . .1 ??ircum ?tan.-. n . ?' ition hai been ??> brie'' 'ha' th? .;. he l.ar lid no? i.iirn up, ngain ?here tuav no1 hlVO h ? ? hum. Knier a New lladi.il. Rsdi? ?nn.!-..-.| ... gatSje I, ?..liman 1 ? Ft. 4 in Cyclone.'1 Da v/s ofT?xa WILL BATTER R INTO PEACE, SA1 VON H?NBENBU? Germany Can't Sheal Sword Yei, Though Vi ! tory Sure, He Declares V'ienna, i?..- I n,, "Keue P Press? ' -? Bn lat? relea i ihal roi Binden}urg, tallied at hi? ?'tiarters, which nre tcrlbed aa being "la one of tin- ? important point? of th- lias of defe which It lasla hi .1 sgal i.ermahy." i i Field Mai . -. reply a remark e? nceraiag hi? populat and his eventual triumphal entry ii P.erlin. by ighingly: "1 slresdy frightened sheet :;. If 1 cat ha e mj ?? .i. i i on i ut eatei Ber bai aeald ?? eletal ?ad leavi the train .. Kottaua. i nates, w returned to the pi ? . "Howevi ? to Bei At p enemy theref. i Genei the Frei pari relating to Altai "i : ? ? ? an I sid, "1 '.< should come ..n.i ,-. ? The Brit! led 1 tiit- war. ll ' ai reparta bat eome i rom It d ... : t.. dampe th.. i ..?-,. thet report? at ? eoi ; hat her Achill? ' am not r? ferriai ? "No Peace in Sight." "In Russia, alto, the Emporei si , government plainly desire the cei i i n nt ? ..' the wir. The meet n ; markahle thing ii "hat all the?.? na ? tions ?In -???? :?'. 'hey are on!; g themselves for Great It' I : ik like peace, am i , -.-. ? rath., her ?word.' .?'. declared th_' ! wen German ee If aa en? [wire pel to th? terrible blood-letting net . in ? ??n th? \._r which ?rat foi*ed on bev. Question? '-. military situai ?' bal ?a Y "Oui ? tactical poi icellanl Eape eially in the Eaal the Germen army - reached the meal fayombl? ?trate gic poail .?..?." BeUevOS Raaail in Bad Shape Th.- asserted thai th? Ru??.??' I ii ?? material ?a? much roorer thai I the t'r-? y.ni of the ? ?r. sad thit Russia ? ths gaps I v*ith the '? ed, but I not f?"',?i nee armies. I ' ? hindrance. The I onlln??.l ?n o??? C>. ?nlnnm 4 In One Year In the hrst year of ihe New York Tribune's active campa.?n foi I letUI advertising, the dailv 'in illation has increased from 73,9??f4 to 100.240 net paid. The Sun day I nhune's . iiculation a year ago WU 4o, 168; for the last Sunday m November it was 7 7.14 V In the first elereen months of 191*1 Ihe New York Tribune carried 2,30.3,64a, lines of advertising. I l?.e ? .uropean War un questionalily had it" effect at that time, so perhaps it is f.urei to consider th?* figures of 1913, a normal year. I hey were 2,526,389. The total advertising carried '?ver a ? orresponding period in 191 > was 2,954,377. I his seen s to be the brst way to answer the oft-re peated question: "Hoes it pay ?o prot?-? t \ our readers?" ?hc (Tribune PleSt to t.n%t~-thv Irmh: Vf? ?. l:iiiu,rlah? \?\ ertlscments CONSTANTINE SENDS MESSAGE ?O AMERICA Alles Ask Too Much; N e L! i ra Hty St retch?ed to Utmost, He Says. ENTENTE CANT WIN BALKANS Warns Americans Their Country May Be Treated as His Mas Been. Atheiis, Dec. 4 < I ?clayed in trau.? ion). Conatantina I. K ti., i . miriiggi ? ..??.:. which .1 anted in thi ." ? . . "1 am ? ?peciaiiy glad to talk foi America." .-Hid the K; if, aa An.er ; -a rill md ;anil Greece, p. Wa arc Loth neutra! uni pre to? father dtttermined, if il not ..? court deatruction by permit? ting ourei Iva to be ?!?-.tw n into the frightful vortex of the praaanl European conflict. "Both are trying by ?-very honora? ble mean-? to jruard our soverr,ifrnty, protect our own p?>ople and stand up for our national ?nterents without ncriflclng that neutrality which WH recogniza as our only salvation. "America i? protectsd from im mediate danger by the distan.:? whieh rapar?an her from the battle ' Held. We, too, titought that once, bul the battlefield .-??lifted, and may ahifl again. What is happening In Greec? t. ?lay may happen in America, Hoi? , land or any other neutral 'uiintry if 1 the pr?veden* IWW MUght to be M tabliahad in the caac of Greece is ' niiiT fixed." Greece Helped Mlie?. i t.e intervlea arith t't\e King '?.ur? place at noon in the smaller nalac?. 1 which ii ti:-- King'? own reaidence, and | the audience lasted BI hour. The King I !res?e.| in the simple uniform of a <ir?ek general. "The fundamental cause of the entire threatening attitude of the Entente ?Power? toward Greece te-dey, aid ?.f ,, ? .. tien af my eountry," the King, '"i? the intente'? o.' ti st Gre? ?? bei i i ? I ? ? snj s? 'he (irai ah?- opporl . ??|s it reasonable ta suppose ?uch a thing? Fro n -'? of hostil n the Men Eist, Greeee't neutral 11 - to the uti modal i ?' ? ? whom we iiave llwiyi felt the keene.t tympathy lad the deepest gratitude. Tl ii Dardant liai opei atioi fron Greek ii ?-?1 by Allied treepi fH ??? Serbia wa? en i dangered by Yr.e combined Austr? man and Bulga? ian attack the \ ?n.op? landed, unoppo??d. on Grtel from which, with the .-econd cit; of Gneta a? a ba?e, they pro?ecuted, aided ?in ever;,- way consistent arith a: ? of neutrality, their fruitlett and too - .' Iiyed campaign to rescue . Pledged in-? Word. "Kin.-ii'.-.-. I. myself, have g-iaf-n mv personal BOl I "'.a' ?.reek troop? will never be need ta ?'ta<?k the Franco British force? In Macedonia merely *.> allay unjustified ?UtplClont. "Yet, de?pite ali th<-?e ??? dencei of the good faith of ?,'reeee the ? Power? now demand, in a form which is -.irtii?'ilv a;, ultimatum, 'ha* the '.ie?>k 'rnnpa he withdlBWi from "-?ionira, and ?ha' meent ..' iving OUI population rotected agaiaal raid? by , Bulgarian eomltldjis, St all 'he hor? ror? of '-?a.- wBteh l?id Beieium waste 1 ?houid the Allie? be driven back within ' our frontier?. ".lu-' s :j-po?e the Genaaaa were in a po'lfon to demand that your country conced?- the use of Bo ton or S? a? the ba?e for an attach ? -, ? l Whit vou'.j you ?.a;. * And ' ill year military experience atnl the n?! tat? told >.>uthat st* I a landinc wei doome.i ??. fa IB caute made ?ith an made.; ?ate for?-.. and y.ii real ?-.I 'ha' the B - . ..mid? 'Miulii pursue the re treating Germant seroso New Kngiand. destroying at the) ?rent, ? ? ?? u",.I pou ac eopl the preapoei a th? \\ ? ?! nggle?" "B-.i' had -i"' year majesty Germsn iHaraace that tas integrity of Gn ? . K ? t ??'.?? a^k.'-l ?ii!' coarae; and Kntente as?urance. BS "he reply. I I -mular .-.?--urance from B'd . ???,. ;nanj " said ?? '? ???? p:-.?:- ce foi ? Cern?an Huii-arian an- ? . ? ?uing the retiring French and Bl (eatlaut- vn oaf? a. Mliuaa ? A BELGIAN AND SFRBIAN LIBERTY. FRENCH DEMAND Pans. Dee. ri.?In reph to bids for pea? e trom ?eutoni?- SOBJfces, ??Inert Thomas. I nder Secretary of War. ga\e in an s-?dre*?? laBl night Ohal is i.insi.iered the official atti? tude of Ihe Krench government in regard to peace terms. He ?-aid: "There will be no peace until o'ir Alases sad I aristas sie deiiniieiy reestablished as part of the l-'rench salty. "There ?ill be BO peace until our unfortunate brother? of Helgiuni an?! Serbia are BSSSrod of recover ln" their home? in complete securitv and independence "there ?111 he no peace until l,er mati Imperialism sad Prussian mili? tarism are put be?ond the possi bllltj of resurre? linn. "There will be no peace until a ?\?.rem of riifht. tV-.mded upon the rtctorios union of the Allies and ?tiiipiirletl b> the free adlieren. e xi neutral*, ivi* sbollshcd inreier the riolesice ot war." BY CONCESSIONS " AL0NE.SAYSP0PE, CAN PEACE COME Each Party, He Asserts, Must Give Up Some Hoped For Advantages. Home. Pec ft. Tie MCfOl SSBSlstory at which BSW CSrdinals are to be named and other Importent busine*"? * acted began 'hi ? iiinriuiip. Notwith I staadiBf the world war. i; was ??re ceded and ?t'endetl with 'he same pomp as I i ?rv Bnder Pope Leo. ! :-.r only .??"Terence to-day was ? the ab.ence of s(,nie of the foreign 1 cardinal?, e*n.. ally those from the ? !": I i ted ' ?' Pose Beaedicl looked well and i strong. He vrai fell of determination. . especially when .i' ivertnf his allocu? tion, in which he again condemned the horror? ..ring: "Wltl you are a ears of the difficulties ?hie!, ap *?> the present have ? ? ' from convokir , d I oliesje. If finally I hnve been franted to-daj -.<i ase yoe again in foodlj Bombers II :. no) b> have become less, but be . that by long'-i del:.;. . .re of the Roman I mifhl leriou '.-. - iffor, since durinf ?-ar sad the one jusl pas?etl ? ., kth h a - ?ii'ise,: ? ? red l ? "If ? ???? i the if sa? ?n I ' . *he 1' ?? assumed the governm?- Lurch "In 'hi* grave a".?l historic mOBSOBt mding lia secumulstinf durinf the last ? ib months, ? ?hat :? -ire iui peace grows daily in ? ,: ??.,_- ', ? .Si we have tried ? ? --n ji-;..-.? 01 :i. nevertheless the Ih'u! war grow, in fir. bj land ar.?l BOS threatens unfortunate Armenia with e\'ren*.e ruin. "The le?ter which on the anniversary of the beginning of the 'ar we ad ?,r??-??il to the bel li if ere ? t peoples and ?ii??ir rulers, though It rece red s rever? ent hear:::?.- duced ? he beneficent effecti that ?? Prays f??r Peace. \ ,r ef Him s no ii the I ful King an?! the Pi tic* of ? bio? ..1 bj the miafori . I mi eh..dren : are C i i-tinuallv raise our beads Ifl *??P plication te the God of Mercies, en? treatinf ll-r. '*:th o'ir whole bearl ? p ifl His power tu ? u* an ?,-?.,; to ;'?:* snfuinary conflict. ??While ?.a" srKh all our re tjoorces to Bile late 'he doleful conse - '.-ci ebtifed by our aoo . to Inculcate snow the only .;. put an ?n?i *?. ??m-ndous ronflafrat on. oare for 'la' peace ? h:ch the et humanly ardently * ? ,- ,, ; .,?-1- thsl le just and last? ing, not advafltafooui te one sloae the I e ' : i ge re . ' pari "The way which can surely iead to this happy n sell i thai ??*'? ready been tried and found satisfactory [li .V . - -unces, ami of I we made BMBtiOB In OBI lest 1?" -. an exchange of idea?, be ll rect or upes good a I ,, with clears recocaisinf l .? ' ' ? ?? - COUCt with equal mea.ure what is just - ? in ail huma:: con trt?-. er - ? must be s, through tbi f the con?? [art ? '.:, -. I s ..'? n.*.-?*?- . - * h, mad* ? hoped-for a?l*.*H':' . ? - . | | . seessloi ? ? ... / , ? : for) - bcfinninf of de-| cadence fr? | ?e of psesperoaa h eh tin ChrtitiHi ra lifiou has raised her from nothing." U. S. BACKED BY PRECEDENT IN ITS STAND Holds It Is Not Re? quired to (iivc Explanation. SAY GERMANS SEEK SOURCES Officials Declare Request Aims to I.earn Who Were Informants. \\ sshington, I ?? PI ?? ??'tat? Depai made i i" ml ? tli;i m eonfi ' High officis i that in unprectsdented attitods at the Gee man government a ? ? nanil ftir the recall of Captains von Papen ai ti Boy-Ed. ?n'a- ador von Bertutorlf formed the departasei I to daj that before recalling the tare attach?s his gnvernmeat would ask n? um why they erers unacceptable. This message srs almost ?dentlcsl with one which reached the de'iartnient lest night from Ambassador GeenedL The State !? -..ihnM tel the receipt of these communications and ?i. thorifsd the rtateraent that. 1 the desired informa' ?< . rrouM not ? be furnished. To do o? il '?.us de i, would <ii*vi. ? .? lure t! i> goOernment' information end lead i" more complicatii i The I department reiterated th< ? lb that international law ? i f. f ne ?luire the disclosure of th< reasossi for dtnandini the recall of ? diplo. Precedent FaVeTS Move. The phrs ' na non ffn the department holds, igi [fie ? '?' ? "mental fttit ide," which predated bj . sly of rhe history of diplomacy records many es ? I mi -a! af diplomat* for no hetter reason than al temper or chara? Unless, therefore, Germany with* ? demand or consider! tin*? ? sal ?" ? ? ? sari ment satisfactory, it will I .?y for this government to hand oi I Boy-Ed tin port then.. To try to .. . :? ? onduel -? from the A11 ici P i iternatiofial Ian diplomat OH a mission are immune froi The '?ernian view . I here to-night bj person? qualified t?' express it. i? that international law is no warranty in ?he face O? (?reat Britain'?* "illegal blockade," bat the United States would he morally responsible if the *?wa at? tache- .-hould be ?letainetl in passa?/? t. Germany. The Garasan gesrera? ment will expect thi.?* jrovernment not only to insure the safe return of von Papen and Boy-Ed, but. bIho the arrival of then **.rs in this- country. This attitude il totally at vari? ance with that . f Secretary T.an ting, who will .-: ? : rinciple that the reaponsibilit U\ ited State eeas? ? ? ? B Ed and vea f upen I?-?? ? torial .iun.-di? t.'.n. Von Rernstorff Fliminated. Amh;. seder n - l'< nu ?lay to be a factor in 'he ??tuation. Al? ?houch the negotiations are b-in." con tad throufh him, he ii HC?:nn mere ? (.s a medium. ? eotamunloa? I -a*.r [ifpartmrnt will fol rictly his instructions from Ber The departmeat'i announcement ? *he recn!l of thr attach?s ?as*. ? 1 because of mproper military ?-??I naval activities ah i the Am? . '?r from any sosp M ..f rom 1 V - - ? - -?i- i's rnea licated that Ton BemstorCs at? ? .i? ttril? r?-d from Hi-rlin. l.an*i?.f ar?\.* to the Ger? man Ambassador to-dtv ? copy of the 1 ,- nr trial, report ? stated, ihowa that As? sistant l?'stnct Attornej Wood made no auch ellusio- Ed ?s ??ere . in ?ht peas, and ?-on ft ratee .'irtroom ,.ur. basil '"i ' ?< ? ?pur'.men- s action ?n the cam* ?if the naval attacli*. I The precise reasons for this govern* mint's sction ia the bo>-Ed and von.