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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1913. EPISCOPAL HOUSES IVpiilics Itefuse to Wait Any Moro Tlusiness of Hisliops. r.WI'OKA i LKTTKH for 1 earth on this Ami-rlrnn continent brings I jwlth It KlratiKP ami weird theory ami, speculation as to the menu lie of rel clou and the standards of society nnil the A Mill I ID W IN U A OTU i l,l,ll,H ,,f Kovermnciit , If the history ami AJJdUUIUi 111 n no 1 l!i . sv?1'.-: vstltu,t'" "f hc,cl,"rvM' ferenoe, if not wilful violence, to thn facts of history ; If truths, which experi ence it h well us iiuthorltntlvc proclama tion has made most precious to us, are treated with Irreverence and critical dis approval, "The solidarity of humanity Is real ized to-day as imver before, ntid all na tions and races and tribes of men ale (omluc Into familiar mid Intimate In tercourse one with another. That hea- KA D thonlHtn of which wo had onco only , u vnguo conception, In which we were I amused to a languid iniercsi now ami I then by the appeal.-) of missionaries re-PlV-l'll I I H V Tendencies ill turned from the front. Is now at our very door, and thn Church's warfare Is FRIEDMAN'S SERUM MAY BE RECOGNIZED Its I'se Shows 'Snrprisinjr He suits" in Surglrnl Tubercu losis, It Is Snid. PROF. KRAI'S I'R.USKS IT lie VmiiM'iiient anil Kdueu- lion Arraigned. I'mvs All Physicians in tJcrninn.v to Test Al leged Cure. the Inherited nnnortunltv and mlvllece In a new and real sense of every baptized I child." I The House of Hlshops yesterday re- fused to concur In the resolution of the t Mouse Ol Lcpuuen ii.-ii.,uiii ihk ' . ! . niii.il cottve-tlon of the 1'iotei- ployinetil if children under the use of i. - .p.il Chur-h wan ad.ijurned 1 nrs. Instead the Hlshops passed I . if:er the pastoral letter pre-'' sweepliiK substitute offered by , -v the H.ahnp, had been lead at a KmltP. Wheeler of New ork and 4 sr'.i. e ... ., ..uk mm. i ma ()f Deputies reconsidered Its action or tin I he read In every episcopal pul- ,i,u. l0fore and concurred. The resolu isliuilt the ('lilted States and tlon reails; mi theie ale missionary districts. "That this (ieneral Convention of tflls , d l the church. 1 Church condemns the employment of chll- ..iie"f Deputies refused to re. 'lreM li,uo,r "-oniJ that adapted to in n sc ssinn aft r I, , u .. ,,r, ,..,.- .Jl !':, "p""r!,!!l " .?.' ''I """"'I J""... International antl-tuberculosls eongress, ,. t- the continuation of the deputies, , should be trained .iccnnlli K to his n.it uml of h)s ,.,,, , th(. limlh,eMt0 of , , itw Pi.landlntt an earnest appeal apt tude so as to .jimllfv him to labor (. ,,,,.,,1,, (,M(. of ,h(. ,,,, Hospital li, Ullll.iM. T. Manning of Trinity I '" ' ? own ilvltn:. Therefor. of A, t 30l, .,,.,,, melll. . wan for the action of the einphiislie the Importance of vocatio a I ,,, , , ' ' ,. ,s hi- resolution to appoint a 1 , '!''" " "J ' 'T cn' , Uoi ft . U , J " 1 c o t.i I 1 1 1 - rrnU u.t,t-" or t, ' m.fs,un to consider an amend- . of ,h:'-1 "uh,PCl "' M ' debates to the an.l-tubo.c.losls con- f . ... ...... .1 . .... I irrewu llt'll I, ,1 aiulnMi.lt... nt hu l...ln. Special Cable teepa'ch to Tnr. 9r" liKRM.M, Oct. 25. Dr. Frederick Frani Frlfdmatm showed s'riis this evening of belnir able to "come, back." Prof. Fried- ..fi.li U-n.,u . t... Mi.ti-....)... rf M..rllll of Deputies reconsidered Its action of the html of the medical clinics of the toyui rnnrurrprl. The rePOIU ...t.... i t. . ,u I iiw,irtikuin turn ri'Kiinitij na utiv ui vne i"" ' most miilioul mithorltlen of Uprmuny, fit- ( rlnrod unreyet cilly that Dr. Krtedmann'a , treatment Hum had "MurprMnK renults" tn 1 tlli'ii'ul titlii-rit1fili Itut I i m riNOKfvi'il m I ter the readl.i of the ' 1,tlr, ' "Z ' a. lun .hem nt l,"on " M,lu" ln lulmnry cases, line a notice from the ".' "I"ce'' wh rh w.mU ,U rl" ''i 1r- r'rledmann took advantage of the I iini. a noiue ir.im mi t,)(, pImr,,,,,t. of education suited to I i,,.,,.,,..,.., ,.,i.,i,i...i- I tin constitution which will nuk . j . f . : .1 IWO-lllltds Vote of .Ixltll ,ua. s ne'o'e a.i) cliatn:.' In the Hook of , i I Mill i .- It become effective. V . i, .li- i if.-olution to appoint a . .i. -. !- ii followed the lufusal of the U sliui s to pass nuch an amend- t.n ie was Iniuillclent time Mlsaloiinry Districts The House of Hlshops passed an amendiiKiit to the constitution of the Chinch which makes possible the crea tion or racial in ss onar nisiricis u , nll,. .i,,.i.,.. ..... ...... .... ..... action was recommended In a minorlt uoiklm: with Dr. Frledmanii IW cn.i. .Mueller ami Dr. Tlialelmer follow ed, show Kress avail, d themselves of the llivlta tlon tn attend Di. Krkdmann's dunum Ktl.ltlOII. I 'r of. Schleieh nliow.il a do.en mses In which he (Uclartil lie bad useil the knife P.-l.cr consideration. The pro- J.111' , ,0 lop! the repoTt at.ll r.'ilvv.l ' of th.'-'.-urcs bV'u.'- "ui of Vto -tVtK-n ' irteV . um tb. lb-bops that they had not n- j , n(.,on aM(1 t. House of Deputies , ... L ., , , , tie aimn.lm.nt until etcrd.iy ,VvV,,"r,i ,vt concur In the resolu- , ' Mn tte upon the results of t.. nsplant.om. weic Immediately , I """,,n9 ''''--nation In my own cltnlc tli.t ,.. .!,.( .r the .caelary of the I .,, tl,a 'Kf, now the Mine rfult UJT' h'i '""ered that .. . '" 1- obtained as would have been nb- '' lM. 1,0 k'I't 'oealUul and that Dr Fried- . .... ... .1,,., V f h, llm?s of Detu tic- bad '"" "hows no Injurious effects ! dllp edlftheh;.aVoA. y coinmere,':?;1 l V"'''" ... fi'i..!i M I'.iMs tin- atslst.mt iw,,ch 111)k,i ti,nt the committee be .lis- M1'1'- ,,n11 , "nd 1 lll4' the coinage I, ..., Ui. n tnfot tiled the house that ' ..i,.lr,...,i ., further consideration of : ' It thete lie urpilsc.. Kvi i, if U 1 e Ind mislaid the aim udmciit and illdl.h n,.etlon assiuind that only the best c ditcovcr his mistake until Friday Ttu n,,use of rtlsliops alo refused to ''ecu si :iliht. lie look full blame foi the Inol- ' ., . ,he niniliitmpnt of a rom-1 the llu .... ....... ... . , , ,l..ulu ,.r ,1... l..H... .. . miMslnn to lirlmr niiout tne reaoiiiK in no-, ... ,uu.t ,.i.-., van n- in m.tion of Di Mannfni; tit- rules Scriptures in the public schools and ex- fmorabl Inlluenced ' . .-J'; e ide,l in order to permit him to j,noj that ltishoii l.awrence's sennnn In ! l'rof. Kraiis added that those who eould hi.iki Im' a comniit.ee he named to wait w,eh he said any such plan was foolish liiad the plates would hale tn admit thst t!'- n. s.ii ai. a to inionu iiieni ui ..., ronclushe so far as they were con- a inatme tor tne nelter had taken place cerned. The rtlshops recommended tnat Me sain, However, that he w anted to ope i' the sermon which urced upon parents the or the luttK cases with Kreat reservation necessity of creatine a spiritual at- Ills experience with Dr. FrledmannS tnosphete In which tlnjir children tulRht serum In his own clinic has been of only crow up be generally distributed. I two months duration, too short a tlni" to The Hlshops also turned down tne ni. am,, to form an opinion lie desired ca-es have Jtistlll'-ri from tliliikt-ic that tne in um. stances under which there had -. ,u dt .a., in sending Ihcin the amend unlit ii to ask that If po-hlblo they con- - i. : ' S lure the clcsc of the session. ! is:, il h a the proposed amendnieut is the most important piece of lcslsla t . eiiu e.l duntiK the convention the in . ! rt w is treated as something of a sen- - : p:i .V the ll.'tl-e of Deputies. Tie Ho'Je of Hlshops did discuss the aeiid'tient, but so many -:rae questions , se tn.it it was decided It wotlld.be mi p. sstbl,. to-pats It. "li" obj.ctlon to the m- idnif nt was that It was "special legls ' on to meet special condition in the 'I yc tit Deputus." an expression which 'cri.d to the anxietv of Dr. Manning recommendation that the prayer for "Jews, Turks, heretics and Infidel." be eliminated from the lined Friday mllect. txplulnlne that this was a matter for the considera tion of the committee on prayer book. Also the' Hlshops refused to concur In tin resolution giving the Kplseopal Hoard of Missions authority to cooperate with the mission boards of other churches In mis sionary work. Tiny also refused to ac eefle to iti.. nronosltloti that the Fnlseonal .J othei.- to head otf any expi dl'.lous church join with the Federal Council of ne .i, the n.i'l'e of the cliureh. ichurchts In Ametlca. The Hlshops did concur In the I .'solution of Rathbone (tardner of flliode Island, which declares the nicesslty for the Church's taklnu an active pait In attempt- When word came that the Hlshops had i- useil to com ur Dr Manning asked for li appointment of a . ointnlssiou to con. - . r the matt, r and to report at the next onveritlon. This was done, but bef I luf; , ,rlng order out of the present In tc Hlshops took action on u ;n un.ii Justrlal situation. . lKious service of the convention was Many complimentary lesolutloits were I. w.i and t'ie deputies were scat- p,,hH,, duriiig the iloslng hours of the ' ,ig to tin ir homes in ll parts of the h,.,,!,,,, 1 the House .if Peputie. I in. . mux. hether the concurience of the )lf t.,n ntt ted the "unlfornt murtisv, I v. will he bgal without sending t st ml elHclene" of Francis A Lewis. k tiuti. e thereof to tin House ot D. pu- t. ohalrm.iri of the loinmltlee on cl. s- ' - was the i.-ason for Dr Manning's 1MU, nf buslin ss i , il tii the deputies to ninam in ses f.on to say he still had doubts, but urged phvslclans to avail themselves of the fact that Dr Frledmann has placed his seium at their disposal to try It for them selves Dr. Friedman announced that his serum would hemcfoith be available to the medical world without restrictions or mndltlons. The standing and reputation of Prof Kraut are such that his attltud" Is likely1 to turn the tide In favor of Dr Frledmann In Germany His words seemed to have greater weight with the assembly than the cases shown. A LOST TITIAN JUST FOUND. Mnicnlflci-nl Portrait of Child Coinea tn t.lKht Im Mllnn. .pfiml lil'fc llttpntcli to TllL Sis. Ml., as, Oct "JT, A lost masterpiece of Titian has Just come to light among the collection of old masters ncoutted by tn ii rt dealer In Pl and now In the no- .Mr. l.ewls was roueii to uiaKe a speecn. i s(,f,n ,,f his famllv II reor.sents a J Hi' Mferied to the f.ut that during thli I tw o- ear-old ihlld, nude, si iteil on a red .i'...i,i,.. ml. I convention the il.putles representing nits sloiiary districts within the Isiutnl.irli s of P shop Thomas F Gallor nf Tennessee ()h Vuiu.,i stat.s, who have alwa.vs hail v is the author of the paMoral letter of ,h(. rRh, , yVi,.Ak t. funventlon. had Oil SUlie present day t tld.'ticles In ,.,n, .. l linn llllnlv nnclneed tlml :.t Msemeiit and i duration, pointing out mst , ssion ),,. wm brMg in ,m tlit tn one direction the retinements of iimenirnent w hlch will glv e to some gentb ' fe .,re being obllti rated and In the other , the r)Knt t() sUt )UI , th,, ,allt , too liltie at.entlon Is being glvm tn re- .p,.,,, ?: .i a necessary lart of knowledge, i Th ,.,,v K A Kavvi-Hlmle Hussell of 1 h ip il.ulor said. I Cape Falinas, Africa, who.. jiartiils were I is in me gum pains m me n". h.ath.n. spoke for tlve minutes on tin .s than In the sad; and refinement of .. ..... ,j,urrh is .IoIiil- In ,s rlistnct .nuts, gentbness nnd tevennce ar" m,t. ., very 0it.v,r spe.ch and waa .1' gitrons of our religion to which, we . rouinlly applauded at the close e loistialned to sa, the fashions of i day show scant ngard. Cven good st. and what used to be called com- I un i w nimnnnn iTAifrt 'l'"- t make little appeal W II I H.NrllKI iH. H MK n- ' 1JJ Mill vaivu v i m velvet i iishlon. holding a bow in one hand, the otlu r resting on u lapiloz The plctute, which is well preserved, despite traies of hill rung anil cut off borders, bears the signature of the master of the Vineti.iit school party erased, but Its euthentlclty Is undoubted. The only por trait of a hlld alone painted b Titian was originally III the gallery of the I Hike of C.ottzaga at Mantua anil was citdeutlv stoltu when the gallery was buriad at the sacking of the palace In 113ft 'The for tlve minutes on the , o.u of arms of the Gonzagas was painted on the canvas hiding the painters sig nature. A portraitof a nude child by Titian Is in cluded In the list of the paintings in the Duke of Mantua's picture gallerj. ml i inv Mirvevnrs of tmpiilar .ntertaln "ts ai"l In th" social life of voung j r e lornis of recreation are tolerated i nw ... i. ...... .1... ..!,, ..r ..,, ' 1 ' I I. "HI I", 1,1'IUI. H'- ... v..,,- e and tarnish the tine gold of 'hnly modesty and leseivi. i 'ninths in a time like ours, so vital, i most so exuberant III plivslciil and il enetgv, we must riot be surprised 'id trlvolous and superficial excite i's .ii . ompanying the strumous arid r actlvitii.s of life, nnd men and i. seeking ullif fiom cate In an ex- f amusement arid recreation. t :t let us beware lest we forget that l idv is among other things a measure hibx iu well as an Instrument for -upport and development of moral irl ch. under. Manners lire the s mode of expressing the refinement RULE, SAYS ASQUITH Premier's Lons; Awaited Speech Leaves Little Hope for Conference. Spfiiit Caiih Hcspatcli to Tltr Srv I.0M10N, Oct ;. Premier Asnulth' long awaltwl sieech at I.;nl j bank. Scotland, this evening gave little hope of an ngree- ' They are not mere conventional i ment on the home rule Issue between the ii" its of a mechanism. Good man "s i. Hi ate the respect In which ti man 'tUI- himself and others. I, esx in on .Mnnnrra. and ticreatlvc activities are l lsterltes and thn Government, In setting forth the liberal attitude on the fuetion he made this definite statement "Nothing Is to be done thnt may Interfere with the setting up In Dublin of a subor dinate Irish legislature with an etecutlvn ' i be determined on their merits responsible to It. That Is the root principle by the dictation of Irresponsible . f ho home rule bill from which we w ill not ' sou, j- AH that tends to make 'ilep.irt, Nothing is to bo done which may more mting as a shrine ami i preot (l permanent and Insuperable barrier if refinement is worthy of hup- I jn nny WHy to Irish unity. I trust there applies, to amusements, and " i, i' in duo relation to tho serious . f life 1 ' I'ginuiiil and the drawing s g legitimate factors In man's aie i bpluro for tho activities -i 1 1 Hi Is not. present often In i. i'li i ,ngs and amusements of the ' - ''i' inn there has been a decay ' c's and men and women have " I ,i-tra Into accepting the novel 1 is exciting, without heeding fid that it tends to lower respect f a id for otlu is." 1 pori HifMi circumstances nishop pridii ited his conclusion that there ' b a fuller definition nf education. i i tin- foundation of hope for the of tins country h the Chrlstain "ii of i hlldren. I e tumble with much of our cduca- I iv" he said, "Is that It Is with- ex m e and neither science nor ' o ' i v Is competent to cure this it: i.tal defict, What s needed Is ir I'loinliieiit Institutions of learn .i "se educational standards are ' with the best, boldly to proclaim ' v and In practice that God innnl i 'In ist Is the source and end . I' .ow bilge, that history, philosophy in- hi Kill and find Ihelr Inter- i r ' ip i bid's character and In Ills w Hi men that th" one way In "i ;-ie to life adequate purpose ui' . lion n ralson d'etre Is to le unseen or iterii.il play Hh con- iHin upon the seen or temporal; t Or, stain creed and life are not an will be no loophole or ambiguity about that Jn another part of his spooch .Mr Asipilth protested that tho Government would not be Intimidated by u threat of force. If tho bill enacted Into law by Parliament wore met by organized tanned resistance, he 1 Haiti, it would be clearly not only tho right but the duty or the exeiiitivo to assert tne authority of tho law nnd take every appro priate measiilH to enforce It "AI the Milne time I acknowledge," said the Premier, "that there Is no reason why a Hettlement by consent should be ignored, because. It is ol supremo impoitiir.ee to the lul lire of Ireland that she should not he started on the path or freeiloin by the ap parent triumph ol one section and the humiliation of another." Premier Asipiitli went on to say t hut the proposals so far made for something in the nature of a formal conference nf the party leaders did not appear to him practical, saying' "A conference without more or less an agreement as Ui a b isls and a defined limit would nlmost certainly be abortive anil would leave mutter.i worse than II found them." PRINCESS'S GOODS AT AUCTION. Property nf l.ooUe of Ilelalum Nnlri nt Hotel Droqot, Pnrli. Sftcial Cable Itttpalfh to Tin: iix Pahih, Oct. 1!5. Property belonging to Princess laiulse of Helglum seized by ofll ..f tv... eniii't lifter bailiffs acting for 1 MYSTERIOUS SUFFRAGETTE ILL. Kntil tsh Woman Hopes tn llesiime nniiuerlntc Germany To-morrow. Special ''able lepati f. tn Tun St v Hei'.i.i.v, Oct 25, -The mysterious suf fragette . who calls hcrsilf Lady Glace of Wcsttnore, who came to Germany to obtain a million sig natures of men favorablu to the cati"e of votes for women, ts HI to. day and forced to stay in her bed In the Hotel Aillou. She was unable to commence the distri bution of her printed appeal to Germans which she had planned for to-day. Lady Grace, who submitted her appeal to a prominent lawyer before having It printed, has been informed by him that It does not mine within the forbidden political agitation for women. She sent wprd from her room that she overtaxed heiself yesterday whAi she spoke In ?i factory In behalf of woman suffrage and will not be able to resume her task of comiuerlng Germanv In fore Monday KAISER MEETS OPPOSITION. Itnillrnl eT simpers I'rKe HloeUlna film tn Unitiassy Qnestlon, Hkih.in. Get. The Imperial Par liament was urged to-day by all the radi cal and liberal newspapers to decline to vote the money for the construction of the new German Kmbassy building at Wash ington because the German Kniperor re jected the plans of Prof. Hruno Mot bring in favor of those of the court nrehltect, Grnest von lhne. Prof. Moehrlng, a lead ing architect of Herlln, won the first prize of $,r.00 In the Government competition. The Frankmtrr ZWIimo Insists that the llmperor must pay If he wishes to dictate, Government ofllclalH fear tumble In get ting tho appropriation for the building, The Socialists probably will cast about 100 votes against It and the measure may be defeated when it comes up. ENVOY REINSCH IN TOKIO. In creditors of tho daughter of the late King lonold. from members of myul houies t talked nri lo a system of Intel-, down to commonplace butchers, had vainly SOllglll lO OOiaill neilieilirni, wi.n num 11. the Hotel Drouot to-.lay. The sale real, bird $0,3:'l. The first lot, a plionnarapli and several records, fetched 6 A I.ouih inn 'ttia. iiiiilng. but a foundation with out w' 'i all learning Is baseless and I al ' loni'lirs mi I oiiulurn t ion. ' f the linnilRiation iueslion Hlshop said . le not dlstui lad or ills couriged, If U mingling of the peopln of all the eiT .tllnlatrr to Cblnn Dined Jopnuear Cupltal. Tokio, Oot. 25, Dr. Paul Samuel Hi lnsch of Mftdlson, Wis., the pew United States Minister to China, who arrived hern to-duy, was the guest, with George W, Guthrie of Pittsburg, United States Am hassador to Japan, of a number of promi nent Japanese. Speiehes were made by Mr. Helrsch and Mr, Guthrie in which they dwelt on the friendship existing between the United States uml Far EaRtern countries. $300,000,000 FRENCH LOAN, Cabinet, Kaamlnlnw 11114 Hudset, Likely to Aalc for II. Special Cable lleipatri to Tan Scv Pahih. Get, 2d. The Cabinet is exam ining thrt U'H budget and It Is believed that a $ HOii, uuo, 000 Internal loan is to be i.... .,,li t.muiriit tlllll. six curtains asked for $120, Bcven wardrobes without the drtises I Hankers say it will certainly be covered JJ00 if only to instil borne life Into the life- The aJ will be oontlnued Monday. I ins Bourse. A Pianola for Every Home The six models of the Pianola from the Steinway to the Stroud meet the requirements of every purse and every taste THERE should be music in your home just as there should be books and pictures. Music is one of the most important elements in the social life of the home fun and good cheer ride on the wings of music it is the very essence of the dance and song it is the typification of hap piness. And in addition, music is a refining, cul- turing influence not even second to good literature. There can be music in your home, for the Pianola makes music as available, as easily interpreted and enjoyed as books. And there is a Pianola for every The Steinway Pianola Grand $2100 home. The Steinway satisfies the tastes and requirements of the most exacting master musician. The brilliant splendor of its tone has earned it the favor of count less thousands of music lovers. Its remarkable per fection has established its commanding position in the music-centers of the world. The Steinway Pianola is a Steinway in tone, in constructional excellence, in every attribute that has made the Steinway celebrated and it is more. It is the Steinway and the art to play. An unusual exhibition of Steinway Pianolas, both Grand and Upright models, has been arranged in the Steinway Studios at Aeolian Hall. It should be seen by every lover of piano music especially those whose untrained fingers have shut them out from the great enjoyment of actually making music. The Stroud Pianola Upright--$550 The Stroud is the most moderate priced Pianola. .' But it is not, by any means, moderate in quality. Its beauty of tone, responsiveness of action its per fection in every essential, pianoforte feature, has won the praise and endorsement of such notable musicians as Maurice Moszkowski, Cecile Chaminade, Arthur Nikisch and Louis Diemer. The Stroud is not merely a piano- - it is an instru ment that you can play with all the facility and art of a skilled pianist. And it is better than any so-called player-piano, sold by any music house, at any price. Very convenient terms of purchase a small cash down payment and low weekly or monthly payments on the'deferred amount place the Stroud within the financial reach of every hou&hold. Player-pianos, so-called, are not Pianolas. There is but one Pianola. It is made exclusively by The Aeolian Company, and is obtainable in the following models only: The Steinway, The Steck, The Wheelock, The Stuyvesant, the remarkable Stroud and the magnificent Weber Pianolas. Prices from $550 upwards. Convenient Monthly Payments. For sale, in New York, only at I'll IHhBB9BBHE91I The AEOLIAN COMPANY Aeolian Hall 29-31 W. 42nd St. Bet. 5th & 6th Av. PHILIPPINE SCOUT SUCCUMBS. Wound Hfcrleil l 'tiit. Horry MoKldi'rry l'ror 1'nlnl, Manila, I'. I., Oct 'jr. i'itit H.iny McKlclcrry, of tli. Tlili tnvith ronip.uiy. ritlllpplriH Scout, who w.is uoumlnl on October 1!3 ilurliiB a Unlit lintwicu thn ScotitH unil .Moros at Tallinn, illrrt to-iluy Hp was lioni in Mitinrsota on May '.'5, 1867, and had hirn In wirlous ii'iilmcntK since ili tohor 'iVi, Tho Moros eto atl.-ukiil to-ilay nMr Talliao by a force of mounted lonstahu. lary which rnt out In M'uri'h of the bod of a scout. The Moron witr driven off. SPANISH CABINET RESIGNS. I'nni'rviltlir MlliUlr, In .Madrid Nlllll In He l.lkelj. Special Cable letiilch tn Tnr. St n Maihiih, net. JD. t'onde tie Itonianoiiej, tho Premier, ntenented the rrlmidllon of hln Cabinet thin evening alter a vote ol conlldencc wan lost in tho chamber by ml to 100. It lit believed pioh.ible. that a conniMva tlve. cabinet will bo formed. GERARD FINDS AN EMBASSY. iit AmhaMador In Hrrlln iii miner fur fl.1,000 Annual)). Ukiiun, Oct. "5. James S Ueraril, the new American Ambiuwador heie. ended hix luuK nearch for u suitable embassy res. dtnee to-day when he icnttd tho Von Schwabacb ralaco In Wllhelm I'lats at a rental of $10,000 a year. It Id admirably situated and adapted for entertaining, but the Intel Inr muni be, completely renovated. The Ambassador and Mil. Uerard will luobublv take up their reildenoe there about Chrlstmaj. FINE WORK ON U. OF P.'S SPHINX. Seulitom niNrri !. Hrlle From Nile nf Memphis. KkmiI. I'Kii.APKt.i'HiA Oct -"'. The fphinx of Halluces II , a lare cianltn llRiire of a lion with the head of the I'h.ll'.ioli ol ttn t ippreKslon, Is now In the museum of tin University of Pennsylvania as the Instl tion's thare of the'bist , ear's excavations ruder the dliectlon of Prof riind.is I'etrie. The sphinx in the larn'St ilete of l'.Kptlan aicli eoloo In this country with the exception of tho obelisk in Central Park, New Yolk II is III Rood condition except for tin' head, Mhlch has lieett dis. IlKUied by sandstorms through perhaps 5, lion ytais. The i-phlnx lit ponltion Is a spectacular object, and sculptors are amazed to observe the line qualities m the tlKiire of the lion, which Is almobt Intact. The specimen is twelve feel Ioiik and over seven feet hlRh, It was found on the site of the city of Memphis, the for mer capital of Kpypt, of which city little teiiialns. The sphinx was found beneath tho soil, but It Is evident that for a lone lime the head was exposed to the sand storms, as the features are almost oblit erated. M. K0K0VTSEFF IMPROVING. I'opr'a Ph)U'lan Kxplaln. Itoa.lan Premier's Condition. Special Cablt Heipatch to TlIK Six Home, Oct. "5. Ur. Marchlafava, the I'ope's physician, Issued a bulletin this morning on the condition of M Kokovtseff, tho Hussion I'rlme Minister, who ia suf ferinK hero with an attack of erysipelas. Dr. Maichiafiivn says the malady la not spreat'ltiK and there are no aliirniliiK Hymptoins or complications. The patient's temperature ban fallen and his condition is now satisfactory. RETURNING FROM EUROPE. tmrrlrnn. on finer iMirilani nll- ItlK I'rom llnillouiie. Special Cablt itMihitc' lo Till ' I'Altls, Oct "'. Aiiioiik thou- Icivihk to-day aboard the Holland-Xtnerlkii liner Noonlam fiom lloulogno lor New VoiK ate Mr and Mrs I'd olnnlon W hltelitad Mr. and Ml.-. ! II Kiaft. Mi and Mis. .1. C Stewart ami Miss Newhlte of Boston, . 3 DEAD IN LONDON WRECK 'I ruins I ulllili- ol V iilei l Itinellon In il I 'ok. I.osp'is i ici t;, 'lb., pei cin-. were killed and inoie than a seine se-tuuslv Injured to-day In a rear end . .1 1 i 1 1 , i . on th. Southeastern Itallwnv .il Wat.ilo,. .Illll''ll"ll SlKliaN W.'le contused I,, e.lllsit ill' .1 le .IV fo anil nn express teles. ope,1 the tluee ie,ir tar of a statHlliH: i, u L. P. Hollander & Co. Will place on sale Monday A. M. a lot of House Gowns and Negligees which have been reduced to $25.00 None have been less than $45.00 FIFTH AVE. at 46th St.