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v, RATH E R IHYltlO NN" VOMKWHA.T , uoi ? k PO DA1 rAii t,i MiiKlil.H all K>t>"'' on Itbbt. i I ^tfa-*-^ Fi rxt tn l.t &^? Srtbunc CIRCULAT 0 X Ovor 100,000 Dailv Not Paici. Xon-Returnable First to Last?the Truth: News ? Editorials - Advertisements ViI ,\\\| No. 25,493. (foprrlgM IB1I? The Tribune \-? n | SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1916. * * ? f**lT*iTi7 f'l-'V'r ?? >>w *rn,k '''*? B. I'.Tl. I 1.11 Jerae.T ( ll) an.l M wark tx.krn House Passes 8-Hour Bill, 239 to 56; Senate Readu to Approve It To-day ? GREEKS RjSE IN REVOLT; ALLIED FLEET AT PIRAEUS Stirred by Bulgar Advance, Rebels Seize Barracks. KING HAS QU1T, lONDON HEARS Army Remobilization Re ported to Have Been Ordered. Br fafcla to T>? T-U ? ? Undon. Bept l.-^reece to-r.ic-h* ,, riHOHB by revolt. Stirred to BC t,on bv the BnllBI advat.ee IB MBCB , and the failure of the govern? ment to frftatataild it, adherents of the Allied cavnae took things inte their own Itatidi to-day. They sei/ed HM DBITBek. i f the (ireek troop? at Salonica. Yodera Bltd Forl LittV? Karaburun. Behind the hanner of these ? rnanv rr.ore Graaka are fallinf J?, and the revolt is spreading to other asrtiorf oi Macedona. The rebels are determined that the government m*l abar.don its neutrality and j >in the Allies or be torned out The oust mg of Zairms and the restoration to power fjf V-nizelos and the pra Miy pary ?eem extremely liltal*, Reporta Constantine Abdicated. The feeling that King Constantine has all but loai con'rol of the eitua tion is emphasized ifl all the dis patches from Athev.p. The British praaa representativo at Salonica re ! to-day that ConataJitaaM had ibdi^atH in fBvtff of Croun Pnnce aa, that Venlaak was the power ?he throne and that. while - WOUld retain the Premiership would he ore of ga> ? , Bi ?? ata Alltaa, . ? ri '..nwrver. i- not r:m l m any BOOrce. The t.reek -. | |1 day that he did I that :..-} no !r.f<-rmation about it. ... tajitine aa* the a1 Athei ?' Altied Fleet at Piraeoa. aaar, are prepar.-p te aTC r,. the Oreek g?v . tBtaate fteel al twaaty ..... ?.,.! ??''?'?' transports ? ?'" Port of .???-, - tbe di af thi ? i _at ' re. - ..... ... gj n< gaai are ti -? Im ? pori the Greeh eiertions., far Oetebar ?, have . . . ameata ifl ? te th. eaaae BI Iraq Mabllliatlaa Keported. - - army .? un nia ? ? , er thi ? - ? Allies - ? ' ? I ted more I- -nmi? ? . - I , - ' ' Allli i " rai thi battli ae i . . ? , . Maeadania aad it ? ?lay. (jreek RevolutiOil (Maims first Victims at Salonica "T ? a I,rr< , . ? ' ? ? . ',r. ? t and eai t,ar,??-d B H far lb. ? ? eonae ? I a Cireea . w. ., , Jl'l' M d? " f>' ? ?rma GALLS ON ENGLAND TO DISCUSS PEAGE "National Review" Writer Suggests Tremendous Penalties To Re L_aid on Germany When War l las Been Brotight to Close. By ARTHUR S. DRAPER. London. Sept. 1.?The September "National Rr-\iew" will oontain ai .-irticle entitled "/? Suppestion of Pface Terms To Be Imposed." which, the editor tells the readers. is pnmarily intcnded to stimulate sugpestior, anticipatinp that they may bo disappointed by the "atodled moderatioi." of the writer. As a whole. the Balkan situation ia developinp rapidly, with a sr.i sational break not impossible at any time. Thi? article ia intero-stinp a illustratinp the viewa of a larpe number of people here. Beaidea, it ia the only very recent puhlication here which haa contamed anythinp abotit peawa except that it ia far away. The Alliea' aim apparently ia to elimi nate bb Boon as poadble Au;tria-Hunpary. Bulpana and Turkey. with hope of success in the order jriven. Vndoubtedly there ia BOWO reaaon for thv rxpt-ctation that Hunpary will not eontinue a.-- an enemy till the Ia t. What Would They Accept? The author says: "If the Vienna Cabinel inatitutea nejrot.atir.ns while the military attuation remairm practieally aa it atanda, would Italy hr content with mere'.v the Trentino and Trieste? Would Russia be satisfied with Bukowina and th* ejctreme east*rn distrirts of Galkia! Would the four preat power a banded topether to reeatabliah and develop BerWa ha prepared to accept for that kinpdom merely its onginal frontiers, with (ontlnurd on pa?e *? eolnmn 4 U. S. CAPTIVE MAY BE VILLA'S BROTHER Bandit Chief Coming to Tcxas for Arms, Is Report. Bt Telfg-?r' Bl I*" T'll'Ui* 1 Kl 1'aro, Trx. Baai 1. A Mexieaa wa' taken from a train ?' Ysifta. twelve rrnles eaH of bere. and ll beitip beld ia the Korr BlUa guard hou"- to night by order* of General Bell, a" ! ' Fuspieior of bnng Hlpelito Villa, i brother of General Praaelaeo Villa | and a refugee in Havana since Villa evacuated Juarer Villa himself ia reported by General Trevir.o to he making hia way north to the border to iret ammunition. anrt it ia believad Hipolito Villa was plan ? to meet h:m at some poil of EI Paso. Troor- from Juarei are ? rushed to Weatern Chihuahua to intercepl Villa, ai he I r-r ?? only a aherl d'statice fpom 1 \alie. the l Bitad Btatoa Army peat baai NAVAlTVESSEL SENDS S. 0. S. FROM CRISTOBAL (juantanamn Wirelcss Station Asks Ships to lnvestigate. Waahiflgtofl, Sept 1 T'A'? ^tp?rn''r,l reaerted to ,v.<- Naw Pepartmer:' t.. day that they bad pieked up wireleaa diatrao. rall* at ? a. m. from the viein i ,.y 0f Cristobal, Caaal Bobb, apparr-nth aant from a naval vaaaeL The ealla were . fragrmen'arv and th? Bteamera could ? bak. out th. name or location. The deaartfl ai I Ii atrocted the G? namo atation te Bend broadeaal a wire .. Southern tera I - ? ,, ihe unuaual wi convineed the raaaten of both atean ,1 i| rame from a aat i piched up the ..... ? Pai in a Ra ? ? < om - A anca and the steamer - wa. 200 miles ... -..r I6? , ?'...? tha | ' " SPERRY FLIES BY NIGHT OVER GREAT SOUTH BAY Avialor COV?f8 Filtjf Nlles in 105 Minutcs. , ottagan al.ng Greal Beuth Bay arara treated to an unuaual apeetacl. laat i Ight, whei Uwranee B Bperry dreve I hydre-aerepIaBe, eejuipped ..,,* M.rcbllghte, ever th. from Meriehea to Amityvill.. a dii .. honr and or, an. ***?* HeBfj of tbe beard '?'? V"-" ? | America, uader wheae * ,?- mmie. aaid it e.aioi atratod fy Bg ovar watet al nl?Bl ia ?* aa day aa Iflg COLLEGE MEN MUST REMAIN ON BORDER No Mort Rcleatc Pltu Will Bc Oranted. Taa., ' apl I ' . th. dlaaharge of eellega ?* ? ??? i."* "' ,h" N"" ' ? aaal Gsard ai tbe beraV r, or guard' ?- r?d, ae< ord Bg '?? ordei . . ,,.,,,. i ta l''"' Breati h , ir,.i. r.",.,'i h.ra thal applica ,-: ,.,. . a ,, ... tha ? ai e.lfation ?r,|,r * II be aeted Bgea al retl Baai HouatoB. ITALIANS OPEN ALBANIA DRIVE Push Forward Thirty Miles?Rutnanians Continue Gains. ? . - ? -. i I.ondnn. Sept. 1 The Italtsns have their drive from A. loaa - cupied Tepelii . on the Voyoaa River, one milr- of Avloi.a, u??' ? ? . .,-... |_ ..: bad drawn. Pushing ffrv.*- i. I ?? croa.ed the r;vrr and took i?n villagc. on 'he r? ?? ?? bank from the AuBtriaaa. The effe.I I l raai ia twofold. It inereasei the \'rr^<y\rr o" the forres seeking to hold Serb'a and repel tbe Allied attark*. tha. diverting Teuton troops f"iii other Balkan fronta. And ,, fSrr,p. pr,?sib!e deflgei al rr.?plica witfa (ireere, foi* th. Hghl Italy and Greece in Albaaia hav. beea b |eet of much di.pute Rumanian Drive 1 nrherl.ed. Meanwhile the Rumanian drive eon tinues. Warly a quarter of the terri tory Ruchare.-t de^ire* in Transylvania haa now been WOfl, and the push is on eheeked, The revival of the Rn.ai.n ,,.?, n.ive oi tbi >ast front will weaken tne fra ? bc. atill more, and still greater lucei i '<ir tbe Ra? manian* may be looked for. Bulgaria ha- declared war on Ru ? ted Kitik Fi rdi ? ?-. take the on of Huljrana (rom tha i orth, where the frontiei ? ? ng tl roagh Re ' icm Sea pr-.-. . . ji Transylvania the Rumanian drive is eided bj R terii In the ( arpatl . rding the provii " on ....... r .-? ? hn-.p succeeded in capturing a seriea of aloag thi l ??] '-' ' Z* ? the oo itioi of \ . ? ? ? Bg thi j Sarrail \?ait-? ( /ar'n Dri\e. On the Doiran i ta thi . ? ......i no in e thi pound at 1 a aiting for ? ? fold When thi an di ' piria . ttael I ? ? Bul ? ? n v. ill bi eaughl betwi en I en rr.ar a i .1 anvil. ii. rt ,. I,fi wmtr of tha Rntcnte ?rmy ? , erb. are gaining The preasure Bulgar traaa ? ?. ?? te ? ithdraw from ten ln th,. r lorii '? secter, where two ? a>f'i they were ad sfully. ( i . . ? ? a! the rinp of 1 re which h?a been drawn around tha Teuton forcoi ln the Balkani * u ? frOBl nnd that Ihe Bnlgan apeed Ij awill withdraw froia all Macedon ia Rumanian Auvance Still Unchccked; Russlans Oain Buehareet, Sept. I To-dajft a//t mi Kumnni'in vlnleim nt roodt : iin ,,.,r northern and noi vith ue ln all directioi Ooi irmiei fa?nllniir<1 011 pM* fa rolwnn i WOMEN JUMP INTO SEA FROM BLAZING YACHT Twelve Scorched in Fire That Destroys Endicott's Skibo. BLAST SPRAYS FLAME ON BOAT .. . Three in Hospital After Rescue from Water? Skipper May Die. AtlBBtiC City, Sept 1 Judge Allen B. Endicott's cabin cruiser Skibo caught tire five miles off the iniet this after noon, and a do/.en peraoaa, eight of them women, had to plunge into the orean to -.ave thr.r live?.. All of them are s jrTrring from burns and shock, and Samuel Jeffnes, skipper of the craft, is not expected to rccovrr from his injuries. Mrs. B. I. Ireland, of Pennington, N. J.; H. Kendall Read, of Philadel phia, son-in-law of Judge Endicott, and Captaifl JefTriea are in the City Ho? pital herr T'he other members of the party, Judge Endicott, Mrs. Endicott, Miaa Marion Wilaea, of Raharay, K. J.; Mra. H. Kendall Read; Mi*s Bertha Taylor. of Mar'inaburgb. Pann.; Mrs. Gebrgc PaaaiagtbiT i d Mr?. Cdltb Lyla, ol this city, and Paul Endicott, I Judge Endicott. are under the rare of phyirians a' the Endicott home on State Street. T arht on <.a> Trip. Her derks pay witb ligfct dres.e, and ducka, th. yaeht put out from Atlantic i ity thia BterniBg for a trip out?ide 0 the ratara trip Judge Eadieetl tnok the wheel from'< aptain Jeffries. As be ateered toward the lilae haze that the ainkiflg sun eaat before the .W.re, there came an exploeioi || a-BI omewhere near the engifle.BBd , theorj Ia ,v,i" 1h' '"*' ,,rk i;,rani: * leak Bad Hoeded the tngiae eil with ln a ? ? flam. i berai lo nar With a little ?n KH,.r from a . tl al waa alreadj abl .?? l.urst* Kight Klamea Women ond ".er iel to work to ftght .-. r ? r, I. .,.--? and 't.flammab'.e ob jeetfl wer. ?ei*ed a"d thrown overboard ...,, Th. men doasad eeal i. .. --. and aweateri Ii ",r water and . - to flail a! the fla \ tH., i.. thi ? " wai drivon back , plae< " '?? ? ?'"'? ered to be ...... ipol Tha i .. t tj, l( ??.?] heen -o -nick and Bpan when the yaehl ?ailed out in the rnorn ing wai aoon torn and scorched. Taul ott, who ia captam of this year s football team ** Swarthmora, ??.? m .. Df th. Bghting. i.u'flankinsr ita attaekera, the Bra K?f air reai aad only the ring of deek , .,,.;;,] bo aw.pt with the soaked .- rai tenable. As th.. tmbers j o,-.t raught the flnme a smoke which bllnded and st;flcd the - Within twentv minutos after . . o' rlamc had been .... t wai leea that the bo.-n would have to be obandoned. I aptain Bida Them Jump. . apta n Jeffriefl bbw to ir that al' the lif. preaervora aeeeaoibl. were . | ..?:? ai d properly faatened, and . |, urord tO Jump. When all were . n iti r tl c bI pper, hia elothea all iftet them. ? t ..f the Skibo had been . . iin William Hallowell, .? launch, thi vYinona, had beer, ., j. the Bwifl crniaer some t.me i|e waa tOO far a- ay tO BB. tha ?raits of the yachtiflg party, - heard the explo-ion and saw the Miioke. He put on a'l 'peerl nr<l arrived .. H fea minatea nfter tha Skibo l.mlln.ir'l en page 8, mlnmn I INTERBOROUGH GETS STRIKE ULTIMATUM Cancel Individual Con tractsorFaceTie-up, the Ternis. 3,000 MEN REGISTER UNANIMOUS VOTE Ask Surface Car Men to Help Them Knforce Demands. Cnion employes of the Interboroufrh inatructed their off.cer? last night to deniand the ranc'ellation of all indi? vidual contracts the company had ob tained from ita eniplc.. BBd - mpow ercd them to call a Strike If Be? to enforce the d^mand. The union em? ployes of the New lork Railwaya Com? pany were aaked te aaaial In cnforcniK i the demands, which will bc preaeated Tuesday. The effect of the vote, accordin* to : William B. Fitagerald, organizer of the Amalgamatrd AaaoeiatioB of Btreet Railway Easployea, would prohably be the tying up of all aurface. subway and "L" traflc in tbe eitj if thr demaBdi of the men were not complied with. "The men on the geeea car.?. which are operated and ovwied by ti.e men who own and con'rol th. -ubway and _' linea." said he. "can be depended ?ipr.n to aaaial the men on th. Inter 1 boroiiK'h. If 11 l. aeeeeaarj for them ' to ko out it wi'l be d.fticult to held the ! men on the Third Aveaue lil ? Strike Vote 1 njnimmiv The vate ta atrike waa made anai I [naua by tbe 8^00 men whe were [jammed inte the Lyeewn ?t Eighty mxth Btreet Thero followed speeches | bv Fltagerald a' i I ouii B Fridiger. ro,i-.?e] for the BBiOB, denouneinjr *< ?n invaaion of eonatitut al and mora, right. ?he eeatraeti whieh tbe nsen were rec< kedto.il "If" Mi'd Kit/.serald ifl hi- speeeh. -wa 'have eom. te the 1 l a?here withii i ???" cani have their , . of . brlllianl eorpo i. ? ?? ' "'?, ?; nweaaan te para ? the roads ot n s Vork in or.irr te rete ' thoae righ -. then we will Baralya. them. , ad for i ' ' ho?r |?ur when P J. O'Briea eeond .ice-are.idenl of th? ?.m. w-an-a ed as .oeiation. es ed thi ?., then preeeat. to order. Admisaion to -he hall waa Umftedto thoa. with I itl a af tha Interborough L'nton. or th. emp ?? - pa-' of that eompai j Purpose nf Meetinjt Fxplained ..-Hrien BXpIaiBed 'hat the mmtiif had been called te hear I Aeeoiamittee whiel had i demands of the men to ?" Ofllcere ot The nterhoro an.'. te I ' "P"?. Xo li-called -workiag MP?""" wh-rh hound for tw? v m.irht sign It, Aal I paaker. he presented Mr. Fltagerald. Fitzgerald b*| ?",l'r bT?; mindine the Interborougri men I they had reeeivi ? ??? " wace. in ? "^ ^*'''" ?< lh< tBr,at ofTrganiaal oa, indj I had found that such re te. had not itopped orgaaiaatioB. ?Vo." aaid h". *they der.ded to de -iM aaaia way by which they would ,0. ha- to five another ralae, and thev deviaed thia coBtract. If the eontracl were perraitted to I, hr wer or to lay. th< would have bo right 1 wagea or coi d I nu.vement lookmir toward better tiona, ander pci ' I ? . a eoi tract, he ,(.-, an VT,?"' I ican and agaiBal iu ei foreem-a1 raen had the Bioral right 1 Interxiew ?llb Medlex Mr Fridiger, follewiBg. Fiatgerald, axplaiaed that on Wedneaday, when the Inntlnnail nn na?e .'. rnlnmn ? The Victory of France <),, the Somtiu or in ihe Balkana the < .real Wai may be decidecJ. But al thr Marnr. two yrar* ago rran-r fotipht the- ar. ond Ottyaburg which msurr* hnal v.rtory lor tlie Alhrs. . . Hurlrn- ba< k m ihr s-rry gatrs of Par.s by thr VK l.uious .rmie. of rotl kluck. Joftrr and Forh Wrth suprrhmnan cff. i and niarvrllou* atratrpv r.,ll.?-d thr armiea of fra.i.r and snah hed from UnriKiny a \\ orld I nipirr. . ,, Ihr Minclc of thr Marnr. rrank H Nmonda calh hia l.rill.anlly wt.ttrn story of thi* drrn.vr stn.gglr It appaara in toniomw'n Sunciay 1 nbune | Ia* ymir nrwsdralrr protc trd you.' 4&. ' m. Hht ^tmaaa STrtbunc Firtt fo Lait?th* Truth: N*u j MaflBbW of th EditoriaU?A dvrti?ement* Aullt Iluraau of >?|r.-u!atlona FEAR OF STRIKE DRIVES BOTH HOUSES TO SPEED GIVES WAGE F1X1NG TO COMMERCE BOARD ll'aahinyton, Scpt. j.? An amenilmevt offerrd by Sfnator I'ndrrunod to thr llousc eigkt-kemr ratlxcay bill prm-tdrs: That thr Interstate Com nierce Commission shall have the power to fix the hours of labor and prrscnbr just and reasonable wagrs for all rm ployrs of the railroads named in Sectton I of this act. Thr Intrrstate Commercr Commission shall have the power from time to ttmr to rhangr thr hours of labor and the ratr of wagrs for all rmployes of thr railroads named in Section 1 of this act rither in wholr or in part. prescribrd by it on its own initiative, on thr prtitton of thr rmployes. thr managrrs of thr railroads or thr public. WILSON READY TO BE NOTIFIED Long Branch Cheers President, Who Will Accept To-day. Long Branch, N. J . Sept.. 1. Presi? dent Wilson w-as enthus'astieally wel comed to b.s ?ummer bome here when 1 be arrived to-nigbt for tbe formal noti hcatjor. of his renomination to-morrow. A erewd of more than f.00 persons wa? jra'hered at the Wt*t End Mation ta reeeive the President or his frs*. real hon.erominj; viail to N'ew Jersey ainc. he entered the White House. Buildmp- were draped with American flairs and the entire town was in holi dnv mood. The ^pecial train on whieh Preaident m?de the trip with ifra. Wilson, Secretary Tumulty and Pr. ( ary T. l.rayson, the White House phv . pulled into Wes' End shortly hefor* 0 ci'clork. Mr. Wilson was on ft-e ohsenatinn plat'orm, and cheer'ne; and h*rdr!appine broke out as 'he crowd caucht ?-|rhf o' him. Smiling broadly, ^e uaved his hat about his head. \utomohile Parade Fnrms. Mr. Wilaeil had diffieulty making his way throug-h the d"i;se crowds to his automoh.le and walked first to proteet Mra. B/ilson, An automohile parade was formed and followed the Presi dent's car 'o Shadow Lnwn, Mr. Wil son's aomm.r residence. There a re C.ptiOB rommittee was awa'tir.g him. Mayor Marshaii Weelay, of l.org Branch, ar.d Mayor A. F. (lolden, of '.V ? -? Long rlraneh. dehvered brief wel e. raiag apeechao, and the President de t clared he was fjlad to be back ;n "Jer | eey." "1 have heen trjine to (jet here for a l"r?? ':me, but have heen k?pt boay," he deelared. Read) for < eremonv. Everythiflg was in readiness to-night f..r the notifieation ceremonies to-mor 1 row afterroon at 1 o'rlock. The Presi? dent and Mra. Wilson will give a lunch eon for Senator ollie .Tame< and the other men.bers of the Notifieation I'om .e. members rf the Iiemocra'ir Na? tional Committea, mambera of theCabl ? . ? and other promment DomoerBta. Membera of th- Sotifleatioi Commit tr,. will. New York to-morrow here 1 ."?'?'r The ial exereiaefl *?'?'' be heid on the iwt of Mr WHeen'fl tem home, an.l he will daliver hia ? ; o'elocb m the afteraeea, Btanding on a rornei ..f the veranda. Ijui'e a? importar.* as tho.-e who wiM attend thi. afternoon are those who will not attend. Anrnng the m.M.nj ?t Shadow Lawn whBB the President ae r.-pt- th. nominatian <^t his party will he Wilham Jennirc Bryan. fharles E. Murphy, NonnaB E. Mack an.l Tam many Hall. Taauaaai Btaya Away. KeithOff the New York State organi aatiOB nor Tammany Hall will take p.irt in thfl feotivitiea, althouifh SherifT ai Smitfa and Thoataa P. Saalta, secre ,,f Turnmativ. are aaid to h?^e mad. an etT.irt to ft "the bo>?" to >.'ither. But the diatnet lead.ra aaid ??the beyo" were oal reepondiBg, ho Smith announred "no big New lork , ?. .lctnonstration at the rcrenoircs has' ever been contemplated." Norman E Mack has found il eon ronienl to be away -on baaiaeaa," and William J Br.an ?ent ihe following inntlnued nti !??? 3. c?lunin I Upper Chamber Drops Own Meas? ure and Takes Bill as Passed by Representatives. UNDERWOOD UPSETS PLAN OF DEMOCRATIC LEADERS Alabama Senator Offers Amendment Oiving Commerce Board Power to Fix Wages for Railroad Employes of All Classes. From a Staff Coireapendetlt of The Trihunc] Washington, Sept. 1.?Goaded by a pgoiiolike fear, Con? gress acted to-day to avert tho nation-wido railroad strike that will begin next Monday morning unless the four train service brotherhoods get a law estabHahing an eight-hour btuk day. The House of Representativrs pasaed late this afternoon, h.\ a vote of 259 to :;<;. an emergency bill Introduced b) Chairman Adamson. of the Committee on [nterstate and Forefgl. Com? merce. making eight hours the standard of a day's work for measuring the compensation of all employes engaged in train service. The measure also create? a commission of three to in vestigate the operation of the eight-hour schedule and to report inside of ten months. It provides. too. that pending the report of this commission the train servire employes shall receive the present ten hours' pay for eight hours' work and pro rata pav for overtime beyond eight hours. The Senate, having spent all afternoon discussing a aimilar bill with radieal addition, fostered by Senator Cndcrwood. of Alabama. dropped its own measure to-night and took up the House bill. Senator Underwood immediately olTered thn former addition to Ihe Senate bill as an amendment to the House bill. _* MarBiaery Out of <,ear. LINES IN WEST LIFT EMBARGO HoldenSaysCongress Will Force Roads to Surrender. Chieago. Sept. 1.- I OBviaeed r0n_ress wiU fo-re thSHI te BBin prestdents of important vTeeterfl rail? roads tr>-right ordered reaeifid | -rod'/'cstion of the frngh* eml e^Rbhahed in preparafo- far i get eral railway strike. At the aame time. the railroad exe< utivea anno'inred defeetioBI ?r<>\- th. ranks of the r&tlway brotherhoods and declared thev had enouph men to r.per ate tralaa, strike or bo Btrike. This wa", denied by brotherhood enTieiale. Hale Holden, pre?ident of the rago, Burlington 4 QalBCy, ?poke'-mari for the railroads in th? e I n I tee arith President Wilson, *aid the rail? roads are eoaviaeed Caagreee srill foree through the eight-hour dny la* before the date set for the Btrike, but that they are taking no char "It seem< to-night that ( ontrr?>?s '.v.ll make ua surrender," Mr Holden said. "The Burlington and other roads have felt to-day there is little chanee for a strike now. We are revoking our em? bargo ?.o as rot to lr.ronvenience the shippers, but we are going: ahead w::h our plans to operate trains in event of a Ptnke. The strike order BIBBt be aetaally reraked before we let up in our preeaution. We have - to run aar treina." Other Hoad? let. liadifteatteBa ef the freighl arabargo also were aaaoaaeed b^re b and the Kock lalai I ?? itei roads were espeeted te take aieailar ac tion within a few hours. Wh-'.e the railroad HOCative. were claiming the d?f?ction of thouaanda o_ brotherhood mefahera, f. the . through Tlmothl Shes. president of the Brotherhood oi men and Knginemen. Bfl ilwaya habituallv cTrculate -urh sl l they have no frars their men wo*. obey the strike call. Pall. of employes uho ?ri- meflibert of the aaiea. arere areetieally coi ? ,d in geaeral the raada .aid they aould be able te eoual ea the . Of BbOUt ~b per .-ent of their rammen, even if the r.tnke order i* not revoked. Th.- most Btartliag ef the aaaaaae*. BMBta aaaae from the K.-ner . th. Btehlaaa, Topeka * Saata Fe la a itatemeal that the four bretherhoeda engineera, nremen, eoBduetori and trainmen sroeld hold meetiiu night to raqaeel the beads el their i ..iiiinu'il "ii pa.' li <-olunm ?? This amendn ri t, giving tha Inter atata Cooinierca Conaniaaiati power to fix houra of work and praaeriba wages nf all railroad employea arlfh out exception, farred the bbmocJi run nlnf inacl Inery of legialatioa and threati n< d I I * on th. etnergi u law in the Satv ata until late to-Bjortxiw aftamaoii Th. in ed at 11 aVhHc to-nigl -.'arhing a unanim 118 rn' to voto on thr bill not later thar 6 oVtOtk tOHMtTftt)1 aftarnoon. Beginning at 10 oVIedi to-morrow morning apeeehaa will bt limitad to flfteen mitratea rach on the bill H ? va minotea rach or 1 - " 4 to ti o'cl i?'. no apeech ^hall exeerrl five mir.v tlmoat crtain to paaa the eight-hour meaamt that will prr ? ? ? i ution of tho ?< r i order. The oppoaition to tha Underwe amendment, ereti among the Drmo cratic Senab ra,araa ao Btrong tha" H Beemed to-nifht that if the Admin . h< pa to sati-fy the - da in time to prevort the exi f the threatened tie up. they arill have to rlrop that pro viaioi ' ed only on the other featurCB of tha cmergrncy legislatior as embodied in thr House bill. Near Shotgun Methods. The procedur. ;r Congreae w-as the nearest npproach to ahotgBfl method? tha* has ev.-r been witnessed ir. the national rap.'al. Ser.ators and COB ajraaBman al -?? evidently were artirg under a whif'ash held in the handa of the ur.ion I. ler?. who to-day opened up headi.juar.er' Ifl *he (apttol itaeif Or.e <.r the 'alior representatives in ? ngrei \ then a room ir ,v" hTouaa OBle. Bailding m wb eb to ei .... B the BBl " "? itur. is com r, the moeaer. ? it thi ' tha aation /ra. e ralami'-. SeBBtora and Repreeentative. ad~- l indidly that they were legtslat'nj; .?? ? -? ring what they did. >or~*. ???'?? they were nol lefl ... 1,'imih, but to rr?c'.'. th. eOBBtry from the threatererl . aad at aua. ? 'a aea did ^ not - that they were r.ot legislating on a mat ??? Mjre for the traiemer, bu? m< n - | 'h. ? aa Ii rraaae 'a Pnarcaaaa Price of I'earr Thia is th. perehaoi ;?? aa af peace." iaid BoBBtor i adorweed, laatifyiag bia ?ni..ii.liii. n?. "W. prepeaa io .top t!e atrika for aia aaontb a? aa b> graat* mg an additiaaal wage But aaa a!ae |-r..p..-e bj tl. v a? .i.dmet't to secure B aeraaaaeal maaaare to preteet the pub lic and the st ~>per" " rhe bill _al gaaaad u>? *!?_? aa (