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THE SUN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1911.
3 KILL AND BURN IN WU CHANG fffB'H' REBELLION If.wJ TO ,M RTMtOW w t.Vl tlt'S. lappmi Ofiiwtl Viet un or (tomb ont rair t lcrro I1rlrn rrom Palnc, Takes RpfOW on Whip Vi ItlMh Msd' n Forrlam-r. Illinium Panic. I ri'e DsissfcAe'l to Tiir HVR. si ihaIi ft 11 a serious revolt n place in Wu-chang, the capital ' t tneee province of Hu -pel. I .. : .tuandor of the troop M killed . - rdny with a botnb Ths Viceroy . fiom the re beli .it night and took i c- on a vessel in the Vanfpae River :. v of Wuchang t In the hands of urgents appears tint a revolutionary plot -fn in existence for aeverai week months past hi Wti-chnng. The learned of it tardily on laat Mon H heard that th" outbreak was tied to tike plai o al midnight of that He decided on j rnmpl in lion with a if i Vic dm v to striking terror into thr plotters, ending oul hia troops, he caused the n - 1 thirty two supposed leader of thr conspiracy i Incriminating doou- -. fall Norta, Including prot tarnation lo the p pie, a also explosives, firearms fi- i K I ofth-.ai seats, were discovered, '; . lence ahowed lhal Wu-chang was made the haae of operationa for a r. Ion extending all through the Yang tze provinces anil aiming at the over throw of the Manohu supremacy Yesterday Ihe Viceroy had four of the ..f mall among the prisoner taken alii in front of his ys n and boh led ! he public etecutioner In the presen i i go crowd. Instead of having thr i effe. t, thissction simply Infurl Hod disarTected element Mobs rubed ir nigh the treet howling anil smashing lings, nnd fire wore started in 111 torn twenty places in t h" city. The imperial l i.i ight the Infection of the revo!t. I ".ry trued then- Parrack. mnniered thi commander, t.en Chang-piao, with n dynamite homh. and started to liealega t: Viceroy in In palace. Then it w is t it he saved himself by a hasty flight. No I. tatility whltever Ins been shown to foreign residents On thr contrary, pf lunation have Pern displayed rough the city threatening with death v iecspiution any rhlnese who should lMt a foreigner or Injure foreign, ropsrty. Down to the receipt of the j news from Wu-chana this order hid been rigidly oheyed There are many fi reigner in the city. Inoluding a -.'imher of American mtsslonsries. I' appear? that thi revolt is p some tiv i .eqiiel to tlie one iti Rce-chuen privince, which wis put down by the imparisl Oovernmenl a few week, ago h lesders who were defeated al Chang lit simply seie. tcd Wu-chang as a new to "I of trouble with th.. same ami of effecting a revolution m th" province, lying a'ong the river I'Here tire serious : irs of -he ravoltnpraadlng H tnkow. where there re grest number., of for signers and very extensive foroign ln All the foreign Consuls there hive .iiiie-i iu their Governments ask'n; that warships he sent for t heir pr iteel Ion American and Japanese vessel are on "ir w7 there and were expscted to . rive Pefore nightfall I i-dsy It was d"erm.ned that all th" foreign v. imen .tid children should he placed mi i "ir.l vrMela :n the t.fram tiefore dsricttess 1" on, and Chinese volunt-"". a d-i th foreign resident. In patrolling Ihe foreign (fuartar andrprote ttlng the prop erty therein. Th leeroy In. nrg 1 th. i' ni'ih lo 'sue a posseihie preeautions lest the tea-lets of th revolt should I e contr .1 over 'litr followers ail a movemen' ac.it st the foreigners set in II- h i , o elegraphed to Pckln urging I ha roop. and warships be hurried to the d s affected region to ch"". th - progre.. of th revolt. All atetmhlps a Hankow Havs .'earn up re idy to sail with I he Kuro ,. aa -o neu aud children. The people of Hankow aro greatlv a..rnie1 A bomb was exploded in ths Russian oofiosaslpn th.,rr. but otherwise her" h .s t ten no serious demons! rat ion (sham.iiai. Oct. 12. The revolutlonits tiavr nroolaimed a government in Hu-peh, Xney promise to jirotei e;pel thr Manch.js. Th' gginsd complete control Te 1 'hinete cruisers it t foreigner and y aj pear .i have 1 li" river remain v .I .ind the i'iceroy is on l.oar.l of one M them Troops art cniliarkitig al Shsnghal PBKIN, Oct. II Ih" Cabinet has Peer. rimmonad to consider th" situation a' V. .-' hang London, Oct 1. a dsspatch to the rim, says that Pe'tin is thoroughly Alarmed over the outbrsa'i 1.' Wu-chang (inly vetero!ay th" V" iceroy tslegraphed of the dirover- of a revolutionary centre Where bombs were manufai tared and re ported the execution of four of the ring ssdera Trooji from Honan will be -.lit iv a train that will arrive at Hankow to-morrow The Japanese, while thev are con'ldent he revolution will be suppressed. ire envious because they have had no word from a Colonel who is an instructor at ths Wu-chang Military School. 1 lis dtt irlutig feature of Hie revolution i. ths monetary chaos which must in "ifHi follow the destruction of theter- isl government. The maincurrenoy il Wu uhang, Hankow and Hang-yang Hu-;ieh government dollar not.. ' ' ' hai leen issued in unknown mil" '- financial onsi i- therefore be lisvi t to ie Inevitable, W ARIMKOTOK, Oct II A serial revo- movemenl ha broken out in i . it. -he vicinity of Hankow and Wu ' . Kdward T. Williams, Charg I IfTairei of tlie American Legation a' l'i rnpnrted to die state Department that several hundred soldiern at I v- ll tng i.ad revolted end burned their i I li. qiaturhanoe, he sid, hadiAUanila sour-, ami tin- Tennsaasa Valley unrt , ... t py the nxooutitn "f ei(;ht Itshor ruin ami tbnwSM northward Into the ' els lh mutineers, Mr William I '"" ' lk retlosa and )tsw vork Inthsessirsl ' , l etatei lbs wssthsr wsa ssnrralls fair ssd warmsr. ive taken possess! in of Wu-chvig , WM ri,0lr , ,h0 mMdls A,n,. S,H,. nn i not far from Hankow Thy n ms Northwsal and ismprrstursi rosllnusd asd to admit to the city SVI in T . ! belew thr freailm i"int in Nevada ni pari of 1 ll - n American Vli l nd Deputy I 'nn - ' Hankow who went to Wu-chinn get ,-i touch with the American mis - ries there. II) luh the rebel refused to allow Mr Johnson to enter the city, they r.a aired htm thit the missionaries were It:" Vi.eroy'a yameti was burned ths rsvolutlonists The Viceroy fled a i hinsas warship which was anchored ths Vangte Rlvsr. Ihe rhin.-s" a ilhorltiss aed that foreign gunln gunboats the rellei .' to S u chanK to nrevent ' ' sing ' he river. The foreign Consuls, .over, refused to comply with thi , test Th officer! of the State Department " arsunea mat tne foreigners nave hesn molsatsd in the revolutionary 1 ji ' VtU'Cnsnfl ir f ha r.rri.rt : Me of foreign r.uitdents in the af i station of tuna be not jeoDardised, 'S is littla likelihood of foreign mter- '. ei.tion. laere are beveral American war vessels in ihe Vangteo River In the vicinity of Hankow to look after American Interests. , I tin gunboat Helena whirh ift Hankow 1 I yesterdav (or Kiu-kiang ha returned to IvXl?L. I!1.? ,"'UZV, ?i0-SS Samat i lit I ohatig. I n cha-ig, th Chinese province capital of th" central l of HUMh i a citvoi 1 aiioui Huo.'kni people, ituat.i ual oppo site Hankow, on the Other aide of the HtlK- River. Though Hankow in a; greater trading centre, Wu-chang I the seal "f government ami th restdeni-e of I Hi.' Viceroy, Both places have many, l.h.. side iM-iiig importani trading centra. "' story of the monarch- they are the eea'a of considerable cotton hM uprising in Portugal, Th? move ami ,m Industrlea, 1 mem. he said, arose from th" diesatlsfae- .';;';;'r Sro"ft,Sj An"'ni;i" ""T?" "on o '.. ci-ricai with the law of sepa ana in uu-cnani, rhey are those or tne ,, i In, tn ... .i mC.i -.. mi lo.a. i '."ion. ... i-iooi. i v nuimiiT iii i htm nfrlces in Now Vork at Ml Klh h ave- i nue, ami ih" Domestic and foreign Mil sionary Hmtiety, whose omee are in me Church Missions B ilkilng, at Court h sve inn- ami I went y -secona street. ITiera mo thirty four Rplacopal missionaries in Wii- hang and vicinity They are: Th Her, i l.ieh, the Rv I. V Want, tl- it-v l. i Hii.theHsv i B'en, the Wv , I i Nh, 'I." i "v i i Huang, ih Rev, II I Mm II,.' Hl i l I hU, thr Itrv. I II hi. thr i i v ip. ih Rev, K l.lso, Mr- Kwei, Hi-' Rv i s 1'aang, thr Rev W Xleh, tli" Rev li h Wood, Hi itev .i ,larkon, i h Hi" Hei i u HMgelV. Ih Ret v i r.thellev.t' Klecher Howe, the Rev Hudlrj I yns, Hie Rev, Kdward SI Mruiii-. i i Ml Mary tllentna, Ml, .lohn MrWilll, MbH .1 Wilson, Mis II. a Kemp, Mi-- i Bell, MiM K I' Miller, Mi s l Byerly, MM h l l'hlp, Ml.. I ll liik'Kin-. Mis l l Wood, Ml. K l Rldgely, Mis l l Bskr and Mrs. I.:m Th. Iiondon Missionary Roclety hn. a'. ..in iv an-iii in ih" troubled district, 1 1, li 1. 1 m i. Man n.l u,...,u,, ..Lout....... hr Wesleyan Missionary Hqclety of Oreal Britain and the Hwedlth Missionary noclety have iiiror turn niispioiiario. In ..,..1, u ill. I.U ,.f 1 t a.. .. , '" " i" 111:11111 . mill nr." . ,1., ,,, , ,,, f,,Pi..,,i. S',, i, I Htlll I 1.1 ll ,.( ..In .. 1.. . ll . I I I 11 I I IW ... ... I wife li" say th.. total number of prot lostanl mismonariss in the Wuchana lioiffh! 101 h... I is nHniil tltrv I I...... la .hut an i ... . U. ....... woman physician ai Wu-chang, Thel, rrrneu, Christian Alliance representatives there l1'1" Hanto Thyrso and Nsgrrlos are th- i'" M. B Birrel, the Kev w, K. the people, led by priests, Hocked to the Hhants and wife, the Rev. W.T. Davis, and town hall and hoisted the rovalisl flag h M hSi '''V"!'"1' ' "'" . Of- An olflcer with forty men 4 aenl t., it. H itiov(r. h is 1 hair man f th ! L. . . .... . . I CathoHo mission with a number of prieate 1 Pm mcmaed ai an invasion and a theological and a collegiate school aeroas the northern frontier The royal- - lata knew nothing of the failure of the up OII. HI. I ft I V slll f T.V.I.. I rising at Oporto and expected to mako a ,.,. , lh, ,,., i waterwai lilt toon ' ' HAn. to ll A grea- oil fire raged to-day on the ship canal. Some oil tank li.'i a'tie Ignited it' a way not yrt expHinel ami the conflagration spread i rapidly over a considerable area .Many i jetties and buildings on hoth aides ,,f the canal all 1 vast quantltlea of oil were de- I s: royed The tire started on th.. wharv s of the j I Anglo- American Oil Company, i Thedam igeoaused in' the fire amount to 1175.000. I nrn.iTHcnsA ins i emu grii anniihin nigh I'ominlsslnner RtrleRen in l.onilon. ,saeri.il Detptitfk to Th S'. ( . ma and London, iw 11 Lord Btrath Mount Royal tli" Canadian High Com missioner, who errived her - rrom Canada yesterday, 1 suffering from i chill. is 111 v.. old -nd recently talked of r signing his jv' h.'re Apierenfl he w . t. a?rsuaded to hsnge hi mind and til" Is announcements are tha hs win t"iain int. iiiii nmmiaaionorwi Indefinitely Mil .MfM.VJ s; t iff! tss 1 inn: Bxrnn 1 hinds. Sn si ltrlln, I horo I o Mueeeed 1 eh Ids. nr IMS' DttpatrH IS Ta Bra Hfhi iv, Oct '1 Haton Chlnds "w Japanese AmbgSHidor here, will to I Washington shortly to succeed Baron 1 Uchida a- Japanese Ambassador to th l nited Stat.'. p., iron Uchids has been Secretary of rorsign Affairs i appointed I 1 the new I Japanese Cabinet r. lamara, secretary 1 1 the Japancss Km bass v at Ixindon, will BUCceSd Karon Chindl hcrt ! LABOn LOSES lLEAItER, ' ll nr Drnsdhur.1, lliini Times nn M. P Passes tnii) In Knglan J, .s'B.rloJ Cobtt Dtnpatfk ' Thf mn liOKOON. Oct, 11 Henry Broadhurst, 1 dead th.. labor leade: Henry Broadhursi was Identified with I ti-o 1st or movement in England for many v..:oa yt.il wi 4 .f vitrioua lime rem-., sentatlve I'arliamsnt 1 foU countv 1 member . ,f eversi c .n ituem-tee in he whs Alderman lor Nor p .or Law Ouardian ami a the Cromer Urban Diatriot 1 1 ouncii Broadhurst wsm .-ihic ted in th school near Oxfordshire, where t Porn in lio li" woraed in 1 villa gs he was hluok ems won smith's hop and then sa 11 i until i..:1 wn n he Pecame interested In of the workers three i ttie prouiem vane later h" was made secretary of 1 ho , Labor Repressntatlve l eague and held 'th" ime office on the Parliamentary I committee of the Trade Union Congress. Btoke-upon-Trent war, hi tirs' Parlia mentary constituency in tno. He n ! for Bordaley rrom i.k.' to IIM and lor .'-..UalMM f. ...... IBUA ... Ililll l'..r ai i1H . lass he to Under Secretary 0f state iii the Home Department and he servod on royal commissions and pom mittees to investigate the housing of th. poor and factory condition iu wrotn the Handv Book on l.ease- hola Enfranchisement" in IMS and hi autobiography. He .aid in his own sketch of Ins III imswhst proudly that j he "began to play golf in iii He heli oil to to ... 1 looting ( nmmiin rial. , and was t 'r. iiner at I f Hinder of the aolf link at d Bhorlnghtm in Norfolk. The Wrslher. j Oct i? Ths dprsslos hirii a ovsr Ibf I rtorky Mountain Sialm advsnreJ ultfhtly wi ioi I'Mterday. t':t tiait iot snrrffv snd wo r.julns iluls it mi prerlpltstlon rm-rpt tor .now I. M.mtini ant SoStliera yarning unit rMn tn Idaha and the- north ParlSc stm.. 'Ihr presaiira wan niuh n tiir wrst or ths pesky Mm int itn Jintl nvrr nil Ihe region ra.t of the UlMOUtl mil Vrlcinsn vallsyi with li-. NBIrs ovsr lha Ohio, vellcv anil iti lirrn LskSft. Thero "a- hrvv.1 i iiln In ' he pst i.uir unit umith I t'tah. iii this rllf die dav irafl feaev. rlougy and ; abowsry, SflSr mVtsr Its r tin In lbs eirle ninrn Inff. POAlsri wind. Ilgni .o'lOiwesi svsrsgs tin -j n l lltv 61 per rent , bai uneler. eorrsctsd ' read I . , sm level. a A SI.. SO ll S I' M HOI. ' The tetnperao.re rSilsrdS) - SI rsSOTdSd by 'he ontrtsl ibsrmomsisr, la skews in the anneied labia: :bii. mm inn mm u A, SI W ' s I' M M in li m m ;t' a ! m is sji y I' SO' ? i: Mid sa' iinjiie-i lampsratura, tn'. at Ml P. U . wsui.m.tov PObSCAST roB to-dat akd to- Mosaow roe extern v. Voel- ont eo.Ueea vnnnylramo W, and to-n-o., no, oiu,- raofe In imptrSZ Zl ssrswil tn n,-tn -nd. TuSnt '"'."'.' utht is inederata e.ie,ij- wind., bernmina New RnslSSdi fall IS-dty and tn-n-.orrnw; j variable For New .Jersey and Dslswart, fair to-day and to-morraw, Maht .m to norihweM wlndi. for the I .let rice of Columbia. Maryland and VlrgialSi fflU lo-day end tn-morrow; Utile change in temperature; llrbt variable wlada. DflVaTIOT lfftHCV UICCDCUT nUIHlilJl HIUIIlI ffl MrM " POLICE, REsutKH. CVr ntmT REVOLT IV OPIIHTll. Heart lonirj trriini; In Pnrluaal llnl IMirtnt'hiiri'ha-pirallanl.iw Town i I'lptaretl vtiin a Baate Bias) ion. i lrn' Inva.lnn r.nil. In a FIIM. i NptCWl t'nh'r P9MfrS Tar Srv. OTOSTO, Oct. II In nn IntSrvlaW to-rlav Opor ld what ha i rMtvoiuiionary committees were organ-1 i7.nl al OportO, Hraga and Yii.nna del' ( atello ami th Counter revolt against the republic wa planned to ta'te plana on Knptamuer 20, when the monarchlata believed they would have a walkover.! 1 I tie royalists es Deeded the tlovsrmnant I to fall in a hoi 1 time l iir money, however, which had lieeti uien by their supporters for the pin I ohaaa of arm ami ammunition was ex peitded, for the mosl part, in the aoquUi' ! ilon of worthless an.l obsolete weapon In many other ways too the fun is I w ere employedajn a useless w ay hi ihe appointed night for the uprising I ih" people were in the sin-ns of Oporto awaiting the i'hs.hi signal for the revo- ' llltion ll was known thai arm were to 1 1 i. distributed a; mldnlghl at the bridges. ' 1 The police on arriving there scattered ih- moh with a few nhot ami aeisad .1 i I quantity of arm, Including a lioatload Which ws wailing in the river. I he uprlMng occurred simultaneously 1 in various provincial itie ai Rraaa I . i I , 1 . . . , TSjmu iiiirn sMVUVinU ' ll fTiril 111 1 ll' I train, the officer went into tin- town in a carriage accompanied only by a bugler. j The latter Plew u few lilasts on his l.ugle. ( whereupon the whole crowd took flight. triumphal promenad theSMh Pom ,uan de Almeida crossed the frontier with thirty men, They killed a soldier, took r.n,and returpe.1 , Spain in the morning. I hat same .lav ( apt ( crossed the frontier from Bpaln with 500 men armed with modem weapons and w Joined by others, many of whom had obsolete rifle. They marched on Bragansa, but on find ing that th" garrison had remained loyal to the republic Capt. Couoeiro advanced no further than Carregoxa The garrison at Vtnhaea, composed of eighty cavalry men, took up a position "t. .1 lull ami waited ail day lor the expected attack, but as they had no provisions they returned at nightfall to Vinhaea 1 'apt . Couoeiro then occupied the hill. and when the republican cavalry came out tin- following morning to lake up their ... r ., . , iii't iu'iii mini 1 ney 10111H1 1 nsmssi ves tn the presence el superior numbers and I decided to abandon Vinhaea. Thev uj o and proceeded in th" direction of f Chaves, w hore a republican force of 21.1 I rejoined them They then retook the town and the monarchists retired on I 1, l.lutr A 1 h total number of cas ultie through out th" whole business was eovrn ki!!"d and two officers wounded in addition t.. eight wounded al Oporto, II I LSOS IIT4I Ks rif I. Holds resident ami ttornrf;enerl In 11 min (or Country '1 111.. Red Bamk, N i . Oci n Oov, w r oti mad" an attack upon President I. 'ft and Attorney-Oeneral Wlckeraham in his each hero to-night He .aid that they had no fixed Durnone nd nhniwnd their methods over night . th'is causing business depression I "What Is the matter, he asked "with tha business of tin country at the present time Men continually say 111 my ear ' tint business is not in a satisfactory con- dition. They point out tins undertaking nnd iti it iindortakilu? anil the other thai 1 0. running at half force n if waiting for something. Is lherj a business man tti ; i inv hearing who does not know thai the trouble with business now is uncertainty? Vou do not know wh it - going happen to-morrow. who are in uthority tell you one thing to-dav aim another to-morrow; because iiiM President ol the United states, his Attorn, y t.enetai. ,111 inosc sssoclated wish him give out "i." utterance on., day and then the next dav lake it hack and apologise for it You have heard the President speak about the execution of the anti trust law Vou hive heard ths Attorney Oeneral quoted with regard t.i that )o vou know what eithei of them is going 10 do? Don anybody know'' Do they . hem selves know1 what they are going to do? They have everybody guessing their friends included and you cat. not conduct sound business upon a Pasis ,,f guessing "A friend of mine was quoting to me to-day a remark he had heard in New Vork Some impat ienl laisiiies men sav 'If they are going to send somebody to jail why don't they get to work and! send them to jail and letUS gel througl with it? "eare not objecting to sendlni them to jail, we are ol .ject mg to tiot Uiu ing whether they ate going to jail or not. land thi luntry is oaesing ami tilling under an aaminisiraiion wmon never lefines What it i goitIR to (I " Thi country should inisi th i' affairs bs taken charge of by persons with deti niSe opinions who will say what they are going to do and thsn do it Vou wan! them first to say what they are going to do because you want to know whethei they are wis., and sound men or got ; end after you determine that they ure trustworthy and their object is to cure anil set arigh- the ill thai we ure suffering from, that i hey are not vindictive, that they are not revolutionary, that they intend to apply tin- principle of justice to the affairs of business and of politics, then you are going to get behind them with the irresistible might of the Anieri- .,..,w.l. .. .irl (..ll nr.. ftirttr I. -v. In (iod's name do this sublime work of justice and we wilt follow you nnd support you '" hii i.i wis is ran WILMS', Mtuslsklppl Sennlor Say liovrrner la I Dentoersoy'i lnms;rt Man. Mkbidkn. Mis , Oct. ll. "Oov. Wood-1 row Wilson of New Jersey ought to he nominated for the Presidency by the Democrats next year." said United .State ! Senator John Sharp Williams to-day. , Set.ntor William made the statement when fesked who he thought was the niol available candidate. "Gov. Wilson is the most available man the Democrat can name." continued Ihe j Tu V . r . 'r"',",",,y. ' t frl ftngth of Wi pirty.and against Taff he would get thousand ..f vote from the Republican progressives iiivnipie III iiriuock. iSpoS'Sl Cil.V Pr,;'.:!?: IS Tnr gew, BF.Lraiil, Oct. 11 The datnaged White Star liner Olympic wgg placed in the i drydock of her builders, Harland 4 Wolff, I here to-day. I Dr. Lyon's I PERFECT Tooth Powdor not only cleanses, preserves and beautifies the teeth without in jury, but impartspurity and fra grance to the breath, removing instantly the odor of tobacco. PHILLIPS HIRES A HANSOM rir.v itn.it Kits 1 nfFMAGE nPEEt'lt OS tiii: turn n. Ilrlirr Han- (or HI. lHsrnsrr. Who HI.- appear, sml Then Makes K.-nmri. in Ml RSMmell) . Warshsl nt ianil Irli I'.irailr Mrs fler Mr. Phillip. Si. tern women und one man each wear ing suspended from the neck one Pig yel low letter of tile collection which spell out the words Political Equality started out la.-! nlghi from th" Belmont head quarter hi Kal Thirty-fourth street and marched abreast to Broadway and Ihenoi up t" rhlrty-slxth street. The man was Harry Phillips of London, t he promoter 1 ! t he hansom nab as'a t rafll" impeder Mr Phillips wa apparently meekly submitting to the leadership of Miss Mary Donnelly, w ho had allot led to him the letter I. while she herself walked next to him Wl aring a great round 11 Put not for a minute was the hansom absent from his mind Hi uuick eye .potted one numbered M3 a Ihe pro cession passed the W.ildoif and he hailed it "Here inv man," he laid. "Meet me at Thirty-sixth street and Broadway at B o'clock sharp Cabby nodded, and followed afar off. Mrs. Sadie Keen SttQSCted the attention of the walkers . m the (ireat White Way who didn't happen to lie looking at the suffra gettes by singing a campaign song through a berlbboned megaphone, Tha rest of the crowd jollied in every now and then. This i wh it they sang: Pah, Pah. ho are we'' e .-ir.' ih.. women who made history We put AgnSW on the run. We ai line 10 niKlit to deein the fun Poles for Women we must win, Votes for Women, there Sir, 111l here it ProadWS). too Sir Votes 'or Women we must win. xmi here 111 Itrosdwsy, too Sn, The procession came to a standstill on the northwest corner of Thirty-Sixth street and Broadway, and Miss Donnelly mounted a soap box and Introduced Mr. Phillips, who talked on various aspects of the suffrage question for almut fifteen minutes. Then he glanced at the hansom wlin h had Stopped on Ihe east side of Broadway, and showed sign ,,f ner vousness. "Oo on." prompted Miss Donnelly. "They want to hear more." "1 er have an engagement." faltered Mr. Phillips. "Weil, goon any way until your neneom come,," urged Mis. Donnelly Mr Phillips talked twenty minutes longer, and then leaped to 'he ground "1 must go," he slid "Why, there youi haneom," exclaimed .me of t ne niarohera. "Well, it'll have to conic after me " s lid Mr Phillips, and he slipped in smong tii" sudienoc ami dlsappe ire I Miss Donnelly talked about an eight hour law fof women until in .. clock, and then gave way to I r Mary (fatten As tti" leader steped down from the soap Pr.x. the dnvir of hansom cab So approached. "Lady." he asked, "where j the gentle men that engaged tl abt I've lieen waiting an hour." "How should I know?" demanded Miss Die, nelly "He's gone ' "Vou were with him," persisted the driver "I didn't engage you." replied Miss Donnelly cs Imly. I think Mr Phillips wanted I speck from th top "f your cab." volunteered another woman. "Perhaps he didn't see vou. or maybe he thought it would he too conspicuous on Broadway "W in. 1 , ne s-iik on the top i.f my han- .m " demanded the driver of .h:1? "not if I know it Whi t the matter with him anyway? Why don't he lure r taxi?" Then he turned again to Mi Donnelly. "You tell that men wh. n v,,u see him." he said, "that I want to " "Deliver your own messages," inter rupted Miss Donnelly. "I hue nothing to do WI' ll t he mat lei The driver made two or three more remarks rud then went back to hi horse. Mr Plnlhps did not return. HOMEOPATHS AT HINXKR. Mtale M. iiioal Mneletl Delegates Have a iiu-v iin ami Pleasant F.venlng. The Homeopathic Medical Boelety of the State of New Vork wound up ft day buay w it h business nnd sclent Ifio meetings es erdav by having a dinner las: nighi at the Hotel Savoy at which Home '.'oo delegate and others gathered The toaatmaater waa fr. 'lohn K. Wilson of Vow Yor. who introduced Dr E Rodney Kike of Brooklyn to speak on the subject of "The Family Doctor " I r Kiake said in part "The problems of modem medicine arc daily becoming more complex. To day Ih" public is educated by the special ist. The physiOlan With a suburban general practice must meet these de mands t'onsequently there i a greater attendant f ihe post graduate course of medical schools, and there la a sad lack of such courses in homoopathlo medioal schools. The general practi tioner is ital L. the specialist and i Ills source of supply. The general prac titioner i vital of importance to the family Vou who have boon general practitioners and ate now specialists the t li ii i u that you mis most is Ihe love and reliance in you that came to make you almost a member in the families you nit ended. It i this same love and devotion of their clientele that to-day holds the general practitioner to in post us a family d -c' or " Augustus S Downing, assistant com missioner of education at Albany, spoke on Troaress in msqiosi r.aucauon. lie lirwl ouotcfl from bulletin I of the Camegle Foundation, in which it ay ; that for the last twenty-five year there hail been an enormous output of half i educated physician in this country due largely to the great number of com-i nietcial schools Dr. Downing said thi now it is not possible for a doctor to prae- i t ise ill New York State unless he cm show j that he has had at least four yenrs pre- ' academic training and then tour year; of satisfactory work in a medical school. He advised thai the New Vork Hoiil'Po- I ptthio College unite in itself ihe Women'! Collage to conserve the foroes of bom eo j pathic education in this State. Prnf. Itsirnpnrt ruin r killed to i'sr. I Mjlwai kkk, (let. 11. 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Broadway I TRIPOLI ARMISTICE RUMOR Continued from Firi Pag. the sailor expressed a deire to join the soldiers.' who had been placed on board the slops without the knowledge of anybody, even in Italy. Lieut, lx velli was ordered to unfold the flag which had been presented by Roman ladies. He did so, and kissed it with tear in hi eyes Tin act ion aroused Indescribable enthusiasm among the men. A the boats with the landing arties approached the shore they were received Willi a hail of bullet Ihe men did not .rait for the boats to reach the hore. but jimid into the sea some mm yards away and began answering the tire of the enemy. They finally fixed bayoiiel and charged the Turks, who retreated CoxsTAKTlMOPLt, Oct. It. The Ministry communicated the following telegram to the press to-dayi The Tripoli fort sank Ihe Italian lor- pedo boat Oarlbaldl and put two battle ships out of action Ihe city has not surrendered. I he garrison and the able bodnd member ..f the population have retired and Intrenched themselves a few kllometen inland In a position from which they have defied the Italian advance I hey are being well provisioned and have plenty ot ammunition." "The attempt of the Italian t.i land at I '. rna failed, thank totbs gallant defence offered by the garrison. An Italian battle ship shelled the town and destroyed the I., spital, barrack and public buildings, bui the marine who were landed from the warship were driven back V. ith loss The Turk bst four killed " The publication of thi false or falsely i olo red new must be explained by the desire I,, furnish nn excuse foy the mili tary preparations which Turkey is mak ing in the vilayet of Adrienople. The present inaction of Bulgaria gives Tur key the opportunity to do thi. Shevkel Fnlin. the Turkish Minister of War. said to-d iv that even Asia Minor waa not properly garrisoned, for Turkey had not believed that there was reason to fear attack. The defence of Tripoli was Impossible a Turkey had no Act Ak"d how far Turkey was prepared to go in the matter of ooncssslons shev- ket Pasha said: "We have not yet de cided We are waiting to know what Italy's demand will he." In reply to a question regarding Tur key's hopes of mediation by the Powers or if she contemplated a direct communi cation with Italy he replied: "We hope that Italy will spare us that. The in tervention of the Powers i Ihe nioet suitable way to hnve the matter set tled." Pour RAID, Oct ll Two large war ships, presumably Italian, steaming with out light were sighted Monday night southwest of the island of I'ythrra. London, Oct, 12. The Tintt'i Tripoli correspondent warn that paper against exaggerated reports of the "outpost en gagement'' at Tripoli He telegraphs "A heavy navul fire extended for hours on 11 moonlit desert will distort the pro portion of the whole affair With skep ticism bred of long acquaintance with desert warfare I made my way thia morning bevotul the outpost line and ex amined the path of the attack It re quired not ihe discernment of a Sherlock Holme to read the evidence in tho sand. Fach phase of the skirmish was clearly legible. "A wore of men. no more, armed with Martinis, crept within 30il pace of the Italian nut posts stationed at the town pumping station Here the firo of the sailors checked them. Little piles of burnt cartridge cases showed where each rifleman had lain. That they were Re difs from the locality woa proved by two corpse that they left behind "That the whole party wsa similar Is shown by the ammunition snd the boot trac'.t in.the sand. The affair was exag gerated by the excitable Italian corre spondents Into a desperste attach. "The truth is the Turkish rear guard which is holding an oasis a few miles out side of Tripoli during the night boldly aks $c(nmp despatched a reconnoitring partv of about twenty, who unless they had been stopped would doubtless have .cut the Iripoli water supplv." HflAJARlAX PERIL. Troops leathering on nmh Wide of Turk. Uh Harder. Berlin Hears. Sseffel raw- Deesalrsei to Tnr srs. rlFRt.IV. 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