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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Snow or rain and much colder to-dayvjtold wave by night; fair to-morroviif Detailed weather reports .wW-be found onjifte,H3. VOL. LXXXI.-NO. 71. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1913. CopiWjrif. 1913, In, the Fun Printttg nml Publishing A$,ociaHn. PRICE TWO CENTS. SNOWSTORM RAGES OVER LAKE REGIONS 'TrnffiV HJockcd. Wires Down ami MtiUitings Wrecked in Kastern States. MKIM THY CHOI'S TO ZKRO Torrifie Wind (.'mim's Havoc Cliirayo, Cleveland, Mil Avntikee and Pittsburg:. in Clin'v'.". Nov. -Fierce storm raged bvd.iy and to-night over all the great 1 0 , .... ... . . t. lakes region, extending east and south to Pittsburg and Philadelphia and sending the tcmpemture down In the Ohio Valley 1i.h the freezing point. ii' worst of the storm seems to he In p., illicit Indiana and northern Ohio. Punts In those States at absolutely cut off from inniunlcatlon with Chicago. No w.rr? are working to Philadelphia. Mole th,n .,,.- ''r:::1 HOW n HI liir 'iviiiii; - i Its do ii hundreds of wires and cutting (iff uimmutile.ttlnn between Chicago and i ih Kast. Detroit repoits the worst Menu In htstur. The gale is so terrific Iht people cannot wall; the streets. Lake Mlchlann In Knry. Uk Michigan was whipped Into a Cellc, nrrve,, al ,,., ,OTrt jesterday I t(,rnnt()n;, Kr.cyc'ope.lla. I wrote to Dr. Jury. It Iwtteied the breakwater at Mil- Inore than a day late, with stories of nue. ,cm. h, i .oui(1 ran,er like to . v..iike, doing l3fi.fMi damage. Th j colossal waes. some of which seemed . t.iKe a few1 diss at him In a work of ref stnim almost wiecked the Carter Harrl- , lirfak ,g.r tml, tne Celtic's sixty erence like the International, but" and sun, i..ihewc ami uui ..me root uridgo and spill showeis on the men nr, pcct laugher "I haven't done It." tniKshliig In the heavy steel gates. ,ut). thete, Saturday was the only Dr. Peck iccelxcd a Sl'N reporter yester iliatttrlnc th thick plate glass windows'. . BtorlIlIe (la. of tllc trp of tne Celtic. I day afternoon and talked freely for k p. that the men Inside had the lake Itselt , ,, even hon ier(1 were ll(,h wni alllI ),,. ,lnu, on miinj. suhjfctj, n dch ho to hem wuii. j iimes iiu,i, mi v.,., j jers krepe- of the Carter Harrison crib. , M!d It was the worst storm he had ever , iprknced. The terrlrir gale tore through Chicago. nhihlliK Us height aV.out ."..30 in the te nooii, doing much damage ashore and1 r,Mig up fourteen foot waves on h-j la', which tore out great sections or la1 1 alone the lake front with a loss tK.tima.ted from I150.00U to several hun JrH thousand dollars. Telegraph pole ne torn down through a section on ilif north side a mile across, street cars binaded and the streets filled with the ii.,idl. sputtering of lle whes. e.-iric signs ami irees were inrtrsu t tn sueei. r rom mt iiuno.s mm, mils of South Chicago to the northernmost edse of the city the lake pounded and I .rawed at the siiore for twelve hours and the work of jeais on driveways and ' o:he Impi ovements as torn out. ' rTsnt:na, Ph., Nov. 9. A blizzard Which struck here early this morning has tint up railroad trains. Impaired street traffic nnd crippled telephone systems. Koi the first time In the lilstory of the the county seats in -western Ptnnsyl ta: .a, outBlde of Allegheny county, could i..t be reached by telephone. The tele phone companies say more damage lias len done by the present etorm than any utr.er they ever 'had to contend with. ilOO Telephone Pole Dona, 1 More than 200 telephone and telegraph Mc in the vicinity of Pittsburg have l-en blown down and wires strewn over J.ir treete endangering pedestrians and "ppinc traffic. Tne sno1 began falling shortly nfter f o rioi-k this morning and continued throughout the day. In the outlying dis- j ti ids the snow Is six to clgm incnes urep ml te.ldents In the suburbs have great il m "ulty in reaching the city. Awnings which had Iwcn let down dur In: the heavy rain yesterday were torn frnm their fastenings by the snow and In on. instance a fire escape was torn from th side of a bulldlntl by the -weight of ' the now. An Italian was found over turn by the cold and was taken to the Braddock lockup. The entire Monongahela Valley Is Is-v-tstfd from Pittsburg because of traffic j.eirg tied up and telephone communi ration being cut off through wires being torn down by the storm. No fatalities tave as yet been reported. Hni-Tot., Tenn.. Nov. J The snow bhzzard grew fierce here to-night. The ial!ev regions are now under a mantle M snow, with the temperature dropping rat'idlv. The situation looks serious for hundreds of families in the Appalachian KKion, who were wholly unprepared for lie unexpected storm. WE STORM IS ABNORMAL nUtarliancea Hureljs StrlUr Btiefi Inland as ThU One. U miisnTOM. Nov. 9. Dr. II. C. Fran srrtidd, dlsttirt forecaster for the United -in cs Weather Bureau, said to-night that tie storm now prevailing eiver all the 'M.i.rn section of the country Is ab ci'fmal Th storm, which was central over the f-i iit i Caiolliia coast, contrary to the i htdts of well lerulated and noimal norms made for the Inland region. Con lentlnnat storms stick more closely to the 'sstllne, but this child of the Palmetto -itte has dashed north, leaving In Its . n n the heaviest early snows In many ears. Pittsburg the weather bureau heard I theie will be a foeit of heavy wet , fi 'v before morning. The temperature is icerlng Just above the freezing point, in ,itg conditions Ideal for a heavy fall. T it sa.ne snow stotm has laid a blanket l- over eastern Ohio. West Vlralnla and Hf.iern Pennsylvania. r' "ni (luffnlu find the Krle and On a 'i legion the bureau has reports of i" nv harometer at Iluftalo 28. 7 was fc' mal Snow and high winds are ex I 'ed to prevail over the lake region l" ht and to. morrow. To-morrow New lltiglr id will catch a drubbing. Offshore tales are expected for the whole Atlantic 'f'-" north of the capes of Virginia. 'f gales In the lake region will con '"'iie fitorni signals have been flylnn ("i three days now and ao far as the i" h of the Northern and Northeastern i-'bilea Is conceined theie will be nasty xealhei lor two nmie days. The neneritt led e.nH tn.iilghi Hre that the worat f'f tin simin will fall upon the New i' v eo,i,t and the roast line north of Cmutmted tn fourth Pag$, MR. ASTOR TBAMP8 IN BAIN. Mr Takes III Fiancee on mi nlo mtihllp Hide Later. roiMHKKKPsiir, Nov. . Vincent Astof tramped over Ferncllff. Ills hhlnocllff es tate, during h heavy rain this morning In company with Herbert Plnkham, su perintendent of the estate, ami looked ar id several Improvements that are iimlcr Wll. Mr. Astor did not call upon his fiancee, Miss Helen Dlitsmorc Huntington, until afternoon, when he went over to the neighboring estate In a llmousliv, with hi chauffeur driving. Mr. Astor unit Miss Dinsmore enjuyeil an exhilarating title around the two es tates and returned to the Huntington mansion for dinner. They spent the eve. nlng In the Ilium y with Mrs. Hunting-ton and her daughter. It Is repotted that the wedding will lie solemnized about faster time and will he In the I'lotcstant Episcopal Church of the Messiah at Hhlnebeck, where Miss .L .. . ... " where the fa'her of Vincent Astor wal for many years a warden. LA SAVOIE AND CELTIC DELAYED BY STORMS M'ol - 'al Waves and Hiirli Wintls Bother Skippers on Their Westward Trip. Two tempest battered liners, the I rench . ! Saole and the White Star steamshlti Mg sweiS- rel;cs of stoims that recently paMed (fr (ho A,ercan coa Tuc.day ,e CtMe l0BKf.(, onlv Kl, miles. less than she ever has coxerrd t)M(, fi)p houn whs .lltn0j( BtalIp af-j,,.. ... hnrrih. u,,i.. r i.ii .,. ;eHte(1 MJUa!l , wa, a w,,ter weallis- I tMm,lt frnm t'ne tm. tllo ,,,K .,,, .ft i the Irish coast, on Friday. October .11. ' ! ,, ..... , In Is f v,a; lichi.h V ,Vl ' ''''V'i' Kood part of the sec- (miles., of Nantucket 1 shtsh p Hall. f n( B snow. ,aln. thunder and lightning , ,, ,,. ,.,.,, r , onn, am, ,.,ud- in the nrt)-crn or m.ue va.letle. of M,u, . c t,.n...,nH w, book0ases weather she ran afoul of. and her of., B(,orn(.,, m, pictures. In addition , fleers on the bridge got tired holding on si,.,,.,,,, rhamber. wditle iIih shin nltcberl nnr rnllerl .tnd I ro,If.,, anrt pitched. , - , . K s Hambleton wa uffei Hie from ."UI., cnu,e, . exeitlon and ,..,0,ur lp celt'ic docked ve- n, ! descHbed I the wcathe. ,i ..n.kk-ef." and said he could not recall looking over the tops of higher seas. The . Celtic also found some disturbance afloat even off Quaiantlne. a southeasterly .le j for vng and fftlrl. .,. stirrlntt up whltecups there and con-!lnln pelllng the revenue cutter to manoeuvre r mo4H, lmo hl, pr,s,tlt hom. half an hour before she made fast along-, , July frnl th llomc of Mn jVorced side the hlghhulled liner. fti Mr!,, Cornelia Dawborn Peck, at l.a Savole's experience was not so i Sound Heach. only a mile or so away, rough as that of the Celtic, as she camu(Thls former wife had taken him from a over a more southerly course, but she j hospital In Ithaca, where he was so shipped a deal of green water. She , seriously mt on May S, to her home so made the trip from Quarantine and berthed In forty-six minutes. She bettered this by one minute on her pre- 1ous trip to this port. Capt. Tourettc I him fiom the hospital so he was "benevo attributes this wonderfully swift docking i lently kidnapped." He has continued to partly to slack water, which he had on I Improve steadily ever since, until now he both occasions. Naturally his able sea manship helped. The Cunarder Catonla. nearlng port from Liverpool and Queenstown. mote than a day late, tan Into the zone of the storm that hit this neighborhood yestet day and imported by wlteles last night that she was forced to heave to, an unusual performance for a big ship, and finally, because of the phenomenal tumult, to turn tall to the mighty blow and steer east. She headed on her course after several hours and was coming toward Sandy Hook In a southwest gale at 11 :45 o'clock last night, when she was se.venty-flve miles away. The observer at the Hook reported a very rough sea. JEALOUS. HE KILLS HIS FRIEND Murder and Probable Sulrldr Waahlnatou l.uncb Itnunt. Washinoto.v, Nov. 9. Clarence In W. Row-see, 2S years old, a chauffeur, this morning enteied the lunch room con ducted by Joseph D, Itogerson nt 1105 New Tork nvenue. N. W and after chat ting with him several m nutes drew a He then pistol and shot Kogerhon de-ml shot himself In the head. He will prob. ably die. The two men were the only occupants of the room when the shooting took ptat-u anil empoees In the kitchen say they heard no eiuarrclling. Howsee has an attractive wife, and she had been dining nt the lunch room lately. The couple separated several weeks ago. Before the separation Rogerson and till wife nnd the Rowsee couple were close friends. Tlie polite say jealousv led to the shooting, although Mis. Rogerson and Mrs. Rowsee say there was no ground for Jealousy. That Rowsee planned the shooting Is Indicated by the fact that In his" pocket was found a packet- of let ters Inscribed: , "When we are both dead please mall these." Mrs. Rogerson Informed the police that this morning her husband told her that Howsee had threatened him and he toost with hlqi to the lunch room a pistol which was found In his cash drawer after the shooting. Itogerson was about 32 year old. Rowsee Is a Virginian, but for a while he lived at (37 Wat Thlrty-aeventh. street, New York, LEFT $50,000 TO SOCIALISTS, Chanate Willed Honey let Parly fur lllelrlbntlon of I.llrratare. Mouu.K, Ala., Nov, !. The will of LojiIsj F. C'hanute, a New Orleans Socialist, who died a natural death after abandoning the suicide Idea when his nerve failed him, has iwcn filed for probate. He leaven his 160,000 estate to the Na tional Beiolallfrt party for circulation of literature and ruts off Iris brothers and slaters with It. 10 FAITH HEALED HIM, Former Columbia Teacher Says Health (.'ante After Healer's Visit. PKACK WITH DR. M'TLKR Trouble With Miss Quinu Ends Too Itreach of Promise Suit Propped. Dr, Hnrry Thurston Peek, formerly Anthoii professor of Latin at Columbia, has "come back." e.lven up as ri Ing by phslrlans last spring, pictured by one of them as suf fering from paresis and reported gen erally as seriously Impaired In mind, he is now working until 2 ami :l o'clock of mornings In his study at Rive rslele, Conn., us editor-in-chief of the revised edition of the International Kneyt lopedla, of which he was one of the original editors Between limes he is assisting In edit ing the llon.-eiiitH. Is preparing material for two or three new book", and Is rid ing from ten to twenty miles a day on horseback about e.rcenwich nnd Cos Cob. "Hy the wa, 1 hae nude my peace with the people .it Columbia and rcconll lw(,lv,,rt .,, ,,.,,, ,.,.,,! Hutler. i,,,.,,.!,, i .., ,.,ui.. f,. th t... I was Inteicsted. He said laughingly that be was glad to show the "padded cell" In which be said he understood he was confined. s,o Ills "Padded Cell." ; I "ou "ni n"'1 11 'll,erally 'padded,'" he -"' ' ""I ; "P h' !,,alr- in pictu.es an- looks. Dr. Pck Is tomfortably situated at In a conspicuous place on the wall' nf the sleeping irch Is framed two ' 00,umn 'l"'(ry of himself, taken from t"',;:nzln'' P'",'1 "1"' begin. "Dr , ,,arry Thurtun ,ck' wh" ,l"d ' J'fJ'l! 'iL.l.''.u'li'rA'!: The obituary was entirely complimentary to the ex-preifessor'fi mental achieve. mnnl. ami h. rhrtrlhs If as nn llnlisna he might complete his recovery As Dr. Peck put It yesterday, the Ithaca physicians were not ready to discharge ' 1. n.1,1.1,, .1. ... ii,i,Ii. it l,l n.irn,nl h'mIpM of 175 pounds, looks fine and tit In spite of a broken nun, which Is almost j but not eiulte well again, said he thought he could fight successfully most men of his age and weight. He looked as though he could. His left arm was broken tin ee j weeks ago whn his horse 'lipped under 1 him on a wet mad and Dt. Peck was thrown. llr. I'rrk Telia of rare. Christian Science has figuieel promi nently In Dr. Peck's recovery. Concern ing this he merely tells the facts and lets them tell the story. "I had the best possible medical treat ment In th" Ithaca Hospital," he said. The phjslclnns were excellent and the nurse, who accompanied me to Sound Reach and remained for a month to care for me, e-annot be praised too much for her thoughtful attention. Hut the physicians said I could not live. Due of my fi lends took one of the physicians aside and asked him In confidence Just what my condition was. "The physician told blm I probably would die that night and advised him to remain at the hospital If he cared to be at my bedside when I passed away." Dr. Peck did not say that It wus his til st ' wlf" wno ,lr,t brought Cluistl-in Science Into the ense, but 11 has Keen general! known among his friends that Mr.s Peck was bringing all the agencies of her ow.i faith to bear In her desire to effect the ie covery of her former husband. Dr. Peck continued: "A Christian Science practitioner, Mer win M. Turner of Oxford. N. V, came In that ilny I was unconscious al the time. He spent some time with me and started away, saying, 'The case Is won.' "My friends urged him not to go away, since 1 was still unconscious. He said there was no use of staying longer and repeated that the oaae was won, I re covered consciousness some hours later nnd began to Improve. I do think thai physician cannot always estimate cor rectly the recuperative powers of a pa tient, nnd thus may piophesy his Im mediate death when he really Is strong enough to fight himself to health again. "Maybe Christian Science oil led me; mnbe the practitioner came In at the psychological moment when I would have begun to Improve without Iris aid. "Heie is another Instance of which I will tell the facts and let you draw your own conclusions: After I came to Hound Reach a dentist filled a tooth for me. Ho filled It In tight over an abscess, which of course he ought not to have done. The tooth began to pain me that night. I suggested having the dentist or a physician called. Mrs. Peck, my former wife, urged that J. II. Cook be telephoned for to give me absent treat ment. "I ridiculed the Idea of absent treat ment for an abscessed tooth. It was pointed out to me, however, that It would Cotifiiiurif on Third Pagr, Fits Pigs 4 SOUTHERN RAII.WA V'B ntw DEFEATS WILSON'S NEPHEW. K-enhoy Kleeted President l,atr School freshmen. Wlt.Mt.vtiTo.v, Del., Nov, '.i. Joseph lid- ' ward O'Toole, who lose from a iiph1ki In Wltmington to b" chief of pages In the t.'nlted States Senate, was elected ptcsldcnt of the freshman rl iss uf tlie Oeorgetown fnlverslty law school lat night. He defeated I'. W. Mc.M. Wood ton, nephew of the President, hy a v ole of X2 to 79. 1 There were two other candidate for the class presidency, hut O'Toole and . Woodrow were the principal nplrntits. A spirited fight has been In prnglcss two month. O'Toule, who Is 2:' yeals old, came to the front by his own efforts during the Wilson campaign. He was stationed at the Democratic National Committee's heaibiuai leis. New York, helm: In chair;" of tlie oig.inlr.atlon "f the "fiit voteis' " clubs. O'Toole was aociat"il dlteclly with Dudley Malum1. He was appoints! to his iHisltlou In the Senate soon after President Wilson's inauguration. Ills home l heie with hl w idowed motlu t. POLITICAN IS KILLED AND ANGRY SON IS HELD Thomas A. Lee of Philadelphia Hies After Attack Near tyoathousc. i Pllil.Aon.rillA, Nov. 9. Thomas ,. I.ee, Deputy Tax Collector, and one of the most widely known politicians In this city, was shot fatally about midnight Saturday near his boathouse on Daiby'Ja,i tli.it he has iecelw.1 tiunv l.-tteis Creek and died sixteen hours later In the i threatening him with death. while Chester Hospital. His only son, John, 1 pl.icirds with the w.uds "To l."t" have years old. Is under nrrest at Chester. 1 be-t-n posted on the walls of the ti.itlon.il charged by the Delaware county au- ' palace at night. The ninnaich fie.iueiitly thorltles with murder. 1 absented himself fumi Solia. .spending Considerable mystery surrounds the cir- days at a time at Kbeiithal. cumstances of the shooting, but friends of i He has Ii id e. r.il confereiuts wlih the I.ee family say the son did not kill Count nti Heicliudd. the Austrian Pie his father, or that If he did It must have mb'i. and has had an audience with Km. been accidental. I pror I 'lands Joseph It Is said that If Thomas A, I.ee left his home late ls ml-kui falls lie w.ll abdicate hi s.lt,r,lnv ei.nlne. lelltne his wife thi.t be faMM of hi- 'oil PllnCr ll.Vis, Who, ll.Hlni Mrs. l.ee did not i suuiii rriurn miii.. .im. i..-.1 .uu imii see him again until she went to tlie , hospital this morning when she heai.i nf ,hp Hhootln Ml. ownc,, house on Darby Creek about I5i. Muds ' ah-ne the Chester short line t.ollej hrldge. and It Is supposed that he went ! .Ilrertlv Ib.rr frnn, bis home. she heai.i. The first news of the shooting to tiaeb official ears was a telephone message to , Chief of Police John Vance of Chester ' from some unidentified person about 1 oVI.kU this moinlng. which aald that a I ,'"dly wo.u,,d"1 ",an Ka.' "1 "' Chester by trolley and ask.d that an ambulance meet the car Chief Vance notified the hopita! and lent Serct. Sell and Patiolman Cusgiove to meet the car. When the car readied Cheater Lee alighted unaided and walked toward the policemen, who were waiting to place him In the ambulance. The wounded man walked about fifty puny, when he collapsed. He was rus,-.l t Hie hos pital, whete eVel iffoit was made to save his life. It was found that he had been shot In the abdomen lie wa placed on the updating table, but died at 1 o'clock In the iifteiuoou. As soon as the news of his d...th reached Philadelphia pulltlial Ii lends went down, but learned no inatetlal facts about the case. District Attorney Han- mini of Delaware coiintv issued a wnti.iut ' charging the son with murder ami re. J fused to discuss the case. i It Is said by those who live near the j boathouse where the shooting occuired 1 tnH, Hiere had been bad blood bet we. u w histle . J faller H)l,i nn fur some time Tliei"11' "ree .bitterness between them was Intensified'" l,r"vlo when the father refused to finance au in vention which the son had patented, they sa. CROWBAR TEES UP SUBWAY. Strikes Third Hall and for -O Mln- .. Kn-nihlieic Is VId.IiIIiiI. A crowbar falling from the hand of a woikmau hurrying to saft-ty t the ap proach Of a tlllltl got Weils'. 'll between the third rail and its coveting in the subway Just noith of the SeveuD seemiii street station at !t ei'ilo.k last night. Theie was a gieat Hash, tin- niotoi ininv of the train Jammed ilown his biakes and the shoek and hash alaiun'd the pas sengers. I'll., ll.me finm lb., .nntaet of bar and rail Ignited the mveilng of the thliil'i, ts Unnwu as the Little Muther in rail and dense, slinking smoke began tn make Its way thiough the tube ami out of the ventilatois Into llioadw.iv. People In trains began to cough and then to wondei. Kxpress trains, running then on a three minute headway, and local trains came to a slop. Passengers wanted to get out nml couldn't. Some weie tnr exp. i lineiit. lug with a walk to the stations, bm ac cepted advice not to. For twenlv nun. utes the schedule was as ininhll.il as the air and the feelings of passengeis, Traill Dispatcher Casey had onlcieil the power shut olf us soon as noiel got tn him in his office In the Sev ent -arrimd stieet station. A section hand who had been woiklug Just ahead of the first train thnt was stopped knocked the crow bar nw-ay ftom the tbliel tail anil an other got a file extinguisher and put nut the blaze1 that was running along the tall covering. Supt. .lcnilt fioni Hiooklii .Rildge sent word to ( dim on the pow"i again and 'the tangle gradually sttalght eued itself out. It was nn hour before things weie moving noimaily. FIRST CORN UNDER NEW TARIFF. Cargo Front Haraos Aires Arrives, al tialvrslon. j (Uusston, Nov. 9, The French steam. ship Carol I, art Ived heie yesterday, bring. 1 Ing 192,000 bushels ot corn from Rucnos' Ayres, consigned to an elevator company located at Wichita Fulls. This la the first corn Imported Into the United Btates under the new tariff and Is tfie forerunner of heavy shipments. A second cargo is due here November 23 from the same pott. Offtccn of the Caml I. state that several vessels had been chartered In bring gruln from Aigentlni to the United States. POLAND WATKR fOR HEALTH. Kilremns, water for half s century. Absolutely Pufs.-AaV LIFTING OF NOW WILSON'S MEXICAN PLAN KING FERDINAND MAY LOSE HIS GROWN Huliii'iiins Ititter Against Their Monarch for .Losses in Km I kan War. WANTS AI'STHIA'S Sl'IM'OKTi I nlcs lie (ids That Help He Will Abdicate. It Said. It "l.n inl evi''e iniiltrt. Ii- Till! l s. I l..iNKiN, Nov !i Despatches fium j Vienna Indicile that the .ls4triu- second war Into which llulsiiii.i enteied after I the iiuaricl Willi her erstwhile allies In I the Kalk.m leasut is llkelt In cost Klmr 1 I'eidliiand his thtone. King Ferdinand, wlm Is now at Vlenni. Is deteimlned not I tin ti to Itulg.ul.i unless he ha the suppoit of Austria. Hu has been most unpopular In Itulgarui since the terminate f tin- w.n and Ii is brought up In the orth.lox faith. : . mu"' I"'Pihi iii.iii m miner. ,., u ... i.-,.,i .rlll... of Hulgai'a in July. ls7. and recognized hj Turke.v. which at that tune had suzerainty over llulgari.i, declared him self Czar of the llulgars in l?ns and was lecognueil by the gleat Powers In the following year. It was to Ins initiative after his ouar i el with Tut key, which led to the loss b the Ottoinai, of Kastern Huinella. that tlie llalkau League was formed amf the win against the Turks was begun. In tlie tlist c.uup.ilKti King Ferdinand went to the fiont and was present at. the siege of Adriauople anA all the gieat riiguKviiieiila of the war Disputes over the division nf the sp.ills of war led to uu.iriels aiming the fiir nations compos ing the league and these culminated In a ded.u .ition uf war b Servii and I .recce .txaitist llulg.ii in As ,i les.iU of tips i' Ilulgati.t lost a t.ng. pail of the territorj won fr.i.n the Turks WORTH MORE THAN CARUSO. ....... ......... . ... 'associations publication, f.'i telle i .V. . ll'X.II W.inldn'l fell Vole of Ills, I 1 ink. Irish sU'jInrL lor l Afr, ,, ..,,. lB , al.tll V .1 T o .NVIl o' lliinis. County Clare, j h djnneiice nf nplnlnti i.g.irdlin; lh Ireland, arrived esterri.iy by the White 11Hl(..s,y (,. )UI,nK a new p.i.t offi,,. I Star lini Celtic with a brown kvlaik in a hulkhcaiVd cage that .il-.i a ,.nn. t and a biilllluch. Vne hulltinch has be. n trained to few bars nf "The Wearing nf n. but that does not nj.ii.e linn IUS ill the eyes and to tile e.HS I. if ii Nell ns the Mi'.. sklalk. 1'he Knitllsh si, l.i 1 1, ceases to be a a ,ii bier when lie is brought to Atntilci lie said, "but I lielleve my bird will sing a.s chierlly as when tloatim; throu-th ills natlw skies I 'i would not sell h!iu for an amount ,,f tnnnev . I would not sell even a single note of him for a bundled dollar bill I bneiight him heie foi my own elellght and that of my tll.nds. wine have never heard tlie nn-i-t iii.'l.iily e.f the Irish klalk since the left lu-laiid" MURDERESS TO SEE CHILDREN. lr. HUcllcl.l'e. I, Idle lines Will lie. nr We. i. II vl.TttllUi. No! e. Mis, M.llld ll.llliir - 1 - . ... , .... ..,.. .., i.. , 14111 I MM lM "I ttt'- 1 nillllire in in H'P' ini prw,, icfoiiii w.uk. pleached to-day J ,(. , Sl pii, t Wethei sllebl. whei (r ,1P Ikst time 111 lis hlstm four nie awaiting execution. ( (,, a,m Mis llessle Wllkelledll, who is under s.-utence to lie li.iiin.-d March I for com plicity In the muuler of her husband, was not In tlie diupel. She- was vislttd h tlie Rev Timothy O. CihIb. who counselled with her for neatly an hour. It is uiiileistood that her lawyeu. I'lank Devine1, will bring her two little chlldien to sec her ilmltm tlie coining weiK and Waiden U.lllii'i1 will penult hel to see them for a liml time, iilele Is a glowliiK belief bete1 that she will neier be hanged. Her mime is not In the list of foily.two petltloueis to tin llo.ild of I'.lldoll". Illlli)e public tennlght, iuit It may lie .iileled lty unaniniuiis con- sent 3 HURT IN WILD AUTO RIDE. Car liolnu .111 Miles mi Hour lilts llrlelue al Nlnmford, Conn. SrvMromi, Conn.. Nov ie - A wild mid night I I'lc met1 the Rostou post loud ended disastrously foi William Kohlei, son ol John Kohler, u Lewislsiro, N. V , hotel keeper, Henry Wllmot of .15 West I Main street, Norwalk, I'ouii., and Miss , .loseplilne (li ant of 2il First street. Rust Xorwnlk, Conn. Speeding along .nl fifty miles mi hour their car skidded at Norn ton River here, lift the coping of a stone bridge nml turned completely over, throw- I ing the thtce out. Kohler nnd Miss Cram landed In the river In thieo feet of water, and were half duiwned when rcscuctl. Wllmot wus lluown forty feet across the river and the top nf his head was cut open. All of the occupants will iccover, but the ear was deuieillshf el, A pony tin. eif sNLIISTIHA RIlTIKs) Be tort menu, a dtlicleu ppellur. Atft, EMBARGO ON ARMS FELIX DIAZ IS INDICTED. I Held In llatann for Wonnillna of I'arranxn Follower. .Oer.il Cahtf llrntnlil. In Tlir Rl.1, Havana. Nov. !i. (Jen. Felix Dlar was Indicted to-day for discharging fiicarms In a public place nnd wounding (luerreio Mcndez In tlie quarrel between the Diaz patty and a gioup of followers of Caiianna In Hie Mabcou Filday owning. Diaz was I. leased in Joint liall, Ills filend Oriip was Indicted ns an accessory and was lelensed on his own lecugnlr.aiice. Dr. Malda. who ulo took pint In Ih.i affray, was ae.,ullted. STUDENTS BURN U. S. HISTORIES. 1 InillRiinnl (jeorglnna lleslri... I uples ' ns Hnml I'lii) "Illr." WaMska, (!a.. Nov, !' Willi the band playing "Dixie" the studtnts of Iteln- liai.lt Cidlege. iiumbetlnK neinly 4'tii, Gathered on the campus and made a I bnnllre .if eveiy copy uf history of the I'nlted States which had been pi escribed In the curl Ictilum. The book was pre pared by a Not thorn lilstoiiuu and the students allige that the writer Is unfair to the South and unduly pnitlal to I he North, especially In dealing with tlie civil war. In the history I lair let lleether Stuwe Is pialse.l iiml Jefferson Davis is deviated to have been a mini of small mental ' alibi and also a traltoi. The ihaiacti r of some of the leading Southern geitei.ils also Is attacked It is alleged that tliele line even Insinuations against Cen. Hubeit I K. Irfc. I P.elnhardt College ,s under the nu pics of the Southein Meihodlst Chutch. I It Is coeducational and Is the largest educational Institution In noith Cenrgla. 1 DEER FIGHT FOR TWO HOURS. Hni'U l.neU llo'ni. I'luiill. nn.l Mint In I'.n.l SurTerliiHS. s ri- SoCTll rir.sNHK. A. U. f. VflM1 fighting for two hoiiis. two in.Ce der belo'ising to the i:-.,.x C.iunt Park CoiiiiiiIsmoii locked horns eaily to-di1 , j on the hillside pHildui'k at the South Mountain tlervitioii and had to l I shot to end their sufferings It is just a vi-ar ago imv, a d.-izen 1 maimed limits and fines were found on the reset vat Ion Alonzn i huidi. secre tary to Hie park Commission, summoned Dr. Hotuad.u of the llronx Zoiloelcal liarden to sulci- the m.vst.rv He found that It was the scou when the l.ng.i bucks become vicious anil a number of them weie shut Tips .tftri noon, two other bucks which had shown tinii1 dereius dispositions were aim shot to Insine tin safety of those that leiii.ilipil PLEA FOR A NEW POST OFFICE. llrrehnnls Vssneliill.io W.mlil Mini1 II mi tstur ll.iiise site. stii.njr pl.-.t f,n .i new -It. foi the ll'ii-! office ami Die coiistl u lli.n ot a new j building is to be made b.v the .Meldl.lllts Assm i iibm to the Federal and city au i thorltles Tlie plan f impalgn fo-- the I ll"'V Post office s iilltlltleil to-d.o In the """(With the least piis.inie i.a, tne .isso held , ,.,(! oigan icnews the suggestion that tlie site of the Astor House b- us.d The ! article snvs In pait : "The city is .pending Jl.r,nn.ii'iii for nu easement lltnlel the southern half of the j .Vstnr House for a new uhway .end the e eiis ill. tlin of a retaining wall suffi- lently stiong to suppoit a modern build ing. I "The apprnpi latlon bills fur the irgul.tr i session uf Concuss ,ue now being made up. and aileeiuate piovlslnu for a new Post Office building wtll be urged by this association." KILLS TRESSPASSING HUNTER. II I - h Vermont l.niiillord Simula lltm ' for Trnppleeu on Ills I'lirni. , II1TKIHI.I., N Y Nov !e. Willl.uii I Koch of West Have-ii. Vt shot and killed Charles (Joieliin of Whitehall to-ilny be. i cause I latter persisted in hunting atilj I e ,. ,,l.r ,. eh., i.....i, r..... ! .. .. , .. . , . I """ "".en '.onion ngainsi trespass., tug ami then shot him through the rlgh' . In,,,, ulll, ii is ..t'.il...., re.,, ...o.... ' dispute. Koch asslsli'd the woiimled in. m lino ins noiiseiinai, leiepnniieii tn w ill..1- liall for n ph sicl.ui and notified Shci'lf Fish of Rutland count, Veiinoiit. eif his .1 ft. He was locked in the Rutland Jill. Doctors weie lushed fiemi Whitehall hy spe-clal Haiti, but (iuidou dliil in a few hums. Ixoch is 3f. .veats old and the s,m of one of the richest families In Vermont, U. S. TROOPS TO FIGHT MINERS. Will He Kent In Colorndo If Malt- rates in l.eiei ninii, Denver, Nov. iV-Oov !: M mnioin; i lias tliie'.iteni d to call for I'nlted States I troops from Port Douglas to suppies any j fill tlier lawlessness In Hie s'lithern coal i fields, lie war led to this ceuise b th 1 news of the clasli bctweei, gn.uds and strikers at La Veta, .ehleli feiiil were I killed and a dozen fatally Injured, i The '.121 militiamen miw In the field aie not sufficient, the Governor concedes, to I control the situation which may develop. , The threatened Inled v e ntlon of the- I'nlted I States In Mexico, War Depaitment officials I have Infm met! the flnvenior, preclude, tlio calling of mole than one' regiment of regiilais, but ample assistance to prevent bloodshed Is assured, The Governor places the blame for re. ntwed lawlessness op Suie Auditor Rhoudy Kcindian, wlm left the State Fri day without signing certificates of In debtedness for the suppoit of the mllltli nnd who has declined that he will not sign warrants for supplies for them. I In a statement the cloven nor seve rely ' denounces Kenehan ami appeals to husl lies men tn furnish cit dlt until mandamus against the Auditor can be pccuied in the Supreme- Court. Tlie delay may itrcessi. tale the recall of the lieiopr If the hilsine'W men do not give the Stale en-elli for sup. Definite Action by I'resident Kxpeetod Within Two Days. WOI IJ) AID CARKAXZA Wilson Takes Senators Into Confidence on the Next Step. STAT KM KXT BY HI'KKTA Dictator Tells Diplomats That Hceent Klee tion Was Void. IlKKKNCK OF HIS UKtil.Mi: Will Continue to "Pacify'' the Con n try I'ntil Successor l Kleeted. Dellnlto union by the Tinted States Cove riiiueiii in the .Mexican situation is expected within two days. The outlook W thnt moral iiport will b" given to the Cniranza rebellion by the lifting of the embargo on nrtns nml ii iDiiiii n U Ion along tin- border. lined in is snlri tn have Issued n state, meiit to the- diplomatic corps at Mo.iii citv to the effect that the recent election was void because, sufficient products lim! not voted. This news, ri-ceive-d nt Washington, s slii'iigtlieiii'd by Mexico city udders to Tin: St x that lluertu would make n full statement of nil bis nets a provisional ('resident, which is resnnlcd as an an ewer In tlie American demand for tils sdf-cflncemenl. Maj'ir Casslus K. Clllette. tlu ex ni my otlicer, has IsMieri another polemic iiuitilist President Wilson's Mewlcnn pol ic. which he savs enables the "sav ages'' of the CatranzJi movement to cnn titiue their destruction of Mexico. TO AID CARRANZA IS OUTLOOK. lleHeeile Vellon b l III I II 1st I'll I iilfa f lisle.. -led In Tttei l)n. 1 W .sii,.v.rin, Nov l'i - Definite action I In tlu i !oei iiiiienl t. i.g.irel to the l.vie,cin sitii.c mi s .sp,,ied now w th n , two el.i , s. The .i.ilicitions .tie th.tt the 11. step I w II be tlie lifting of the embargo on .iini- ami animunmi'ii along the1 .mcs.ikii bin .lei. Th.s will nu'o'iut to a tender by this i ioveiiiincut to Cnrianzj, She leader eif the Constitutionalists, of Its moral support ,n the effort that he is making to overthrow the llueita tiov eminent Light began to bri'ak here tee.elay for tlie t'n st tune on tlie pnlicv wiilch Pi es dent Wilson and Ins advleets a-o pur siun; towa'd tile Mev.an muddle. The President has begun c.illinc members o' the Sttiaie Committee em roielsu Rela tions into consultation and is seeking the.r views on the uueslion of lifting the embargo upon arms and other munitions of war Kv -Ms aie forcing the Administration to t Ii if course .is the only altertut'vv to intervention by United States troops Weud icached here to. das through tin official sources that Pieslrient Huerta hud Issued a formil utatenunt to the diplo mats In Mexico city tii.it tlie recent ele tions would be elesi.ired void on accoii'i' nf too few piecir.cls having iirtielp:itoi in the voting and his programme will be to call new elections and in the mean time continue his own efforts toward th pacification of the couiilr.v. IteuHrdeel as Huerta'e Answer. Tlie Mexican Kmbaray here received i,,.nlL-ht .i emu1 nf lltiertn's nt.stnmf.nt. 1 ' Stale Department officials declined to comment on this statement by Huerte. e.i to Intimate whether or not they had K.ieti up all hope of his elimination by peaceful means. The Impression In Wash. Iiigtou, though, was that this utatement by Huerta coiiHtltutea his answer to the demands of the t'nlteel States and thnt this Covernment ! now face to face with the' ne'esty of deciding upon an imme diate couise of action, Develonments here, Including tha Prisldent'i' eonfcience with members of 1 ""' 'ff'l Helatlons Committee, ItKJl- I cut" that tills Is tlie present state of af- fairs. I Now that there apparently is ho chancn . , . ,,., ,,,,, ,,i ,,i,,i , r,.,nan t the head of the Mexican fun eminent the situation so far ns tills (ioverniuent Is concerned In simply thl? President Wilson never will iccognlze Illicit.! and will continue tn Insist tnsv Huerta must go, This policy may be can li d nut in two was. Kither the Hoops of the I'nlted States inusi enter Mcxho or the task must lie undertaken by Carranza and his followers after the I'liiled States niaiksts for arms mid ammuiiltloii have been thrown open to them nnd It has besn maile iippureiil that this eoieinmint is giving them lis moral support. Persons who have talked with high Administration officials say there Is still one other contlnginc which might ie suit ill the diminution of Huerta, but the chances for it seem so slight that it is regarded only ns a faint possibility, U is not llguilug seriously In confidences now being held, officials Item iMdiava that if the l-Iurn- ! pv.m Towns would publicly announce themselves as read'1 to support the policy of tlio t'nlteel States Huerta would be doomed because of his inablllt to g t further rtn.iiiii.il suppoit The course that la uppermost in ths mitiil of the Administration no.v. though, la the lifting of the embargo uu anus