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THE SUN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1914.
AMERICANS ABROAD MAKE SACRIFICES FOR POOR! ii II w THE OBVIOUS It is none of our busincs how much n client nuts int.- I 'H hi I V I I T'Tnniinn nrirnn nniirn TURKEY MAY BUY j hls building;, but It is our busi ness to sec that he jcts the HlUllBllttlilVllSrKUIS V- ' HORSES-TOTflE-POOR- lowest prices lor what he buy I .O.P.H.U25". . fine? t? J u vU o rin he pays. And by reason of thc tre 1 i i' if H mendous volume ijaLcjir&Jt.iJ PliiliHlcliliiiiii's Ucn-s Will Provide .Mnil for People, of Chnntilh. Ucniinii Cruisors, Now Making for the Dardanelles, Offered for Snln He fore. chases, wc arc at all times in a position to give our clients more for their money than they could vct elsewhere. THOMPSON-STARRETT COMPANY Ruililing Conttrin tn n m 1 1 siiKPAiM)sorn;i hospital LAST VISIT A rOXQI'KST v ftsas' - 4 4- n&ikeapKmL .. ; t - ... A v-! wliigi . oar 1 1 ;v r t TT 1; i ! t i J . 1 .1 ii LI II o mm n Ii. Hurtr-n His Owiii Stnlilr-nwin Aiv-los-Hnins ' HvIIpm I'liifc. I f P"-)l r,ihtf HmMirA fit Tur Si v I'Ai'tn, August 12 I Tlx- hern of the hour In IMrl i la Joseph II Uideitcr iif IMillndelphlii niit 1ms ilMiiiiiril four young prlic r.irihotses m lb pimr .,f Chnntllly " for tire n fund, mctt timing; bfcom I circs ami hois nit'iit being considered dellrne)' Nrxrly nil nun era nf Aniet- I Irnn r.ictiiK stables h.ive donated Ketier- r.'-iv In thr relief funds (or th wives i nhd ihlldter of stillleis I Mr ami Mrs r.lllnt 1' Shcp.-ird are ' flttlnc up th.ir itarHK' "Itli twenty rots fir tmundul -ind will supply iivn trained nursis The .ihcp.-trds lime donated three utoiiKiliitPii it,il two horses for ue liy the ei Kii-iril I lr-infill 11 .'iiirjoa Ik porfnrnilne th A ii.p of i St ili Ionian In his own stnhloii. I Jt' him mnm than Mnenty horf nnl I Haul of lin emplocc, Ih'Iiir Kiik1I1i or 1 J'- mil outh, have bven romprllect in Ju n the in tn . The raeccouinr Itfiflf , lin lifcn mpeij Into i nrhniire.", where the ' catllo nf tin; nelchlxirliiB tlitlrymen now' razc on the aliumlnnt (trass To-ilny pafiscil wlOiout (Iftlnlte unit I fion, inn fmm It . a .lay of torrlU J fiw, w lili'h nmilo every one feel for the ! troops In the nM. who are probably now I r.KaBe.l In the first pitched battle of the I wai I'arlsl.ins remained linlonrs until lllKhtfill Mrs. IMsar HanfstanRl, widow of th irrc H Munich art publisher nnd grnnil dniiKhler of llrlir.-Ceu William Heine, who fnimht In the I'lilon rmv In the Amerbaii .nil wai nnd afterward was Hi- tach.sl ,. the American Ministry here, ! asked Atnb.wsailor llerrkk to-day for ih.cr in Ucw of the fact tlmt she mlicht h Ti-r..si..l u. i i:,m,. ,i,ii u.. 1 c.nn- to Paris .1 few we.Ks h.. with younc son. who hid tjphold, He died. t the American Hnrplt.il yesterday and j wnl be bin bd to-mnrroM. i Al biiicli there Is rr.ifon to believe that ' th. 1'ieii. li (Idverimient would niako an e. n t. hi In her case ho Informed the A i 1 .-.i : Ainliav,idor that she Intends to ' .0 .I Hit (ieiiii.in Mijreic.itlon canip .mil K.w' aid lo lirr hiMhand's compatriots, as I t would have betn hi dulr If h i Ui if ,lllc. The Aiiierli-iin Kmbasjy itaff has du- ' inimted 3..M... francs (1700) among fifty ' "" "J i i.ic An ei I. ans Including a troupe of in iiiintit.is and second rat negro ' l.c.Vsr. I.., U I ,...'. -j .it, iiv ititiiiinr : ifi were Included .... !..,. I he AliiiKan-H.'irJes hank iik firm has ent l.iiim.Di.o franc, . .,i. 0U, , r tli.ii.il .Itles ' " ' Three Imndrril Americans nt A1. - !es - Halns have formed a committee to ar- iZ'TJZtl,Thmnm- ironi iranie. The commllteu is organ- It. .1 .... 11 "" left I'lymouth for New York to-day with rr.sld.nt. Admiral Anton Ward; onl half her cahlns tilled, as tho pas-vlce-pr. sldeiii. Col William Cary Han- sengers who had engaged passago were ger. tieasiiier, Mortimer H. Hchlff; sec- unable to reach the ship. The agents of rctarj. Harrison H. Morris; executive , the Hue here wore not informed of the committee. Norman K. Mack, Daniel lug- . tiling hour. fjcnliclni, W. 11. Newman and Col. tj. I'., A large party of Americans Is to leave Colt I to-morrow to try to catch the Noord.nn A telegram has been sent In Ambiuu- at Itotterdam That steamer will not dor Hcrrlck aslrlng him to aid tho com-1 call at any Kngllsh port. The parts will mlttec In obtaining " special truln as ' have a guide, but it Is not guaranteed mon as the mobllUatlon In France has that they will be able to proceed bt-yond tictn fomplcted. Hushing. President Iwell of Harvard ha cabled """ nv ''"'' Amiy. Iguaratiteclng the steamer fare of any . . . ... i . . . . ... iiiu .inicriean army otneerj i mill tail) aiiacne.l to the embasHV here term with a Krench regiment for the etudy of tactics. He was escorted to Paris to-day with his family and obliged to take a solemn mlllUry oath that he ttould preserve absolute secrecy about all Jte. b.iw at Hhelms. Ho a.ild he wan charmed nt tho courteous treatment ac corded to him and regietted having to Jeave the French army. Mrs. W. W. Howard of New Vork Is at the Hotel Continental, sho Is without funds Mrs Howard received a telegram to-.laj from her husband, who Is admin istering the American relief fund In Al- tianla, telling her lie Is leaving next week for Naples, where he hopes to be able to get v. 1 , . .. ivi ,,. 1 ,11 n. .urn. nimarn expects her husband will abandon the .Albanian relief fund to raua a Ilelxlan jellef fund Hoilman Wanamaker has placed his I pnlati.il residence In the Champa KIssb, nnd Ilia chateau at lllarritx at the ills, i jios.il of the Itcd Cross. 1 tireat anxiety continues to be fell for' the safety of Mr. and Mrs. Archer llun l.iiKton in (iermauy. 1 Pin New York cit exhibit for the I ..mi is Imposition Is s.ifelj stowed away' lien 1 iiio of the commissioners asked. tlie cm respondent of Tut: Sun to bring to 1 th. attention of New Voik a suggestion tl .11 the nitlon be traiisfeired Into a bus-1 jiit.il 1 cans ,-re despondent at the , , , . In. I, of news about the lioternm-nt tr.r.s- po t.iti.Mi which una promised. '.hi lli.i.ilian Minister lure has made a iinttact with the Spanish Transat luiiin line to ship all Hiazlll.tn home. HERMAN TRIP DROPPED. I Itell.-I rmiitiilllee Helices eli.11 lo Vl.l I'.illes I'ullle. .i.tuil I ul,l, llmlmlrh In Tur. Sis liUVIION, AllJ. I.' 'I 11 111eiM. an 1. Iif." .-oinmlltee. after a 1 ifeioncn with Aiiibassadox Pag, to-dat indon.-d for the in.sent Its plan to send ! delegation t Herman, ,,, , le.nl-1 sseomp of John II Plnley. New Vork State trtmnilssloner of IMiirution, for the relief i the Commercial Cable Compnii). denied 1 inns of New York limkers thai the nn t'f the ,ltii-H."i" Anii rlcans there. I "1Ht t-ulile coinpiiiues were holding tnin.il binks he pennlited under u tent- The plsiii wa, BVi n up tcmpor irllv '' "",'r ''"""u'" lib reitiiclions made pomr) nnictidiiient of the I Vdernl reserv. I" "1. bell, f f the invnitiers of ' committee, the Impending h.itll-' ' '1 ni.lUi fiil.le the Mfoi'ls of such . i' 'g 1 on ,.t the present time. Altb. iigh Viubaiieador Page la unable to This the first picturo rccelvuil cnrcj wnr shows KinK (;cor ,e ,l(lressiK crowj from ltlc wlniIow of ""ney Ocrmany. he has nvislveil assuranees from (lermany throURh the American Minister at The llarne that the reports of cases of illstxss amnnir Ami r leans In the liernian Kmplre have been, much exasperated. (itllclal nnnouncement was inai'e here to-tlay that tlw only actions takm b ,n" Irltjsli (1o eminent to prevent t,he 'andtni? of foreigners In the llrlllsh Isle ,bme I'vlded for under the aliens' resiriciion act, which was lniennen 10 ''"' "Kalnst nll.ns from countries with whlcli tlreat llrltnln was at war. The ofllclal announretnent was made follow Iiik a report that Sectetary of State Mr an had cabled Ambassador I'ukc itlrcctlnK him to ItivestlKate repoits from American consular olllcers on the ("on tlnent that the llrlllsh (inveriitucnt had Issued orders prohlbltliiK the laudliiK of forclKiiers In the HrltlBh Ulcs until fur ther notice. The odlclal '.'mrUe published August S an ..P.lf.. I r.n. .1 1 I... fl T. ... . V ' K lllillttntr ihu rntrv nf ulnxis in ports so that they could be subjected to .,nn,i.,i. ,,. .....m. tk. ....... .. ii.r, ii Is emplalned. wjs not Intended In the least, ... L.ai. 1 1 1 1 .... : 1 .Hiiniiiail. lull tli lllin 1.1 ll nil i . ..in . . , . "" "'" lH"'"l"? "f Alnerlca'" ln ""' 'country. It is pointed out that In the 'few cases of Americans iiferred to the ' authorities the request to tntii Invarlalilj has been granted Th An"rlw,i f'"l,n, l,.,nnei lo-dav that l ie N'l.-uw Amsi..r.l.l.1, " , Harvard man in t;urope. Post Wheeler, sccretarv of the L'nltrd , and Mrs. sslan Am-'of Wheeler left Herlln oh the Russian Kit huh .Inr'n sneMul Irsln Inlnillii? In art' ... i.n.sn. ho. .r.i K.nul nt the frontier nnd went to Copenhagen, I . H'. THORNTON HONORED j American lo illse lirent llrllnln ' on Itnllro.til s(iin(on, ' Spmal Cabl lutpaleh lo Tin Sin )m,t tl.riini.iinu.non In gold and could London. Aug. 12 Henry W. Thorn- .iff unl to export it great mine wold wan ton, the American manager of the Creat out bei.ng gr.-atlv -n barrasse.l by sm-h a Eastern It.tllway, hns be.'n tiinda a mem ber of the committee appointed by the I (5mHn""'',U "',Vlfe " 0,1 tlVJ ralhu,' , 'situation. The ilovernmctit having taken over the roads guarantee, paymen, ,,f Intci-s, on " ," receipts 01 lau. 1 GIVES HIS ESTATE TO WOMEN. ! j .Inclines SrllNinni. Offers shelter to Poor Vlilerlciii.s Drill, Pfim Cdftfe fifiaf.-f. fu 'run Si v PtlilH. Aug 12 .la.-.iues Hellgman Is gulns nl elter at his eslale, formerly the De Sagan man .1' nuiiiber of women' who l.av. ' K 't lln. 'h.ii les ( llurlitighain. Hen ivvn mil of work and ai destl- ,,l1n" c h,V,1'11'', , J I,,n,")" l'"athiney and sion, to been throw- tute tliioiigh the pnriltziition of industrt 'Cllt. A .Itnrlf... II I'.llllli.nA. . in . . 1.... .... dved permission lo drill In the Palais ltoy.il gardens. Charles Sweeney, a West Point cadet, and W. B. Hall are I" '"'''''"'- The corps wi:' begin lis i t .lit to-morrow. Att bur lbs s ap- ,,, , ,.,, thc ,,, ,,.,.,.,,.,.,, ,,', :,nn men to l.nfiQ men .md to bute It or- ganinfu as .vmerie.in iioiikh itnn-rs, on the model of Col Hoosevelt's famous regiment CABLE CENSORSHIP RELAXES I'oneessloii lirniile.l Where llrlllsh I llllsll.ess linns Vre Well Ivi.ot, ... As it result of repeated ptotesis on the pari of American cable companies agninst Iht, ceiisoi- riuitrlct Ions of the llrllisl. ttn.. eminent minor iiioillllcatlimii bate been concl.-d. ! was announced M-eterd.i In l-'r'"1" ''"r the street and niimb. r can ,,,;;, ' "r"' " ",rB" mm itnrL- ci.-,.,....,-in uie.ri.i f '- ' - tn. llcntlons of the censor and hope to obtain1 nioie." said Mr liappei ton. j Strut 1 ciihiirelnii is still cultured on l ie l-nes controlled In the Kiench Cable 1 ompaii) All iiussiigcH iiiiisi be written n plain hliKbsh or Kiench. j from London since thnt country de- WA'NT BANK ACT AMENDED TO PAY DEBT TO BRITAIN 'nut Mii.ri mm J'lisf I'ltin l.aUe Shine miles wh'.-h fall due in Sep-' lembei iiiiisi be p..: I it all r.its or our credit would be pel Inanenlly impaired, it was .uirued II was then proposed that ai ainetid uient lo the national Km It .ui lie iirawn nnd for aided to l'oni!res 111 tt It v stal.il this ametiiliiienl as tiropnsetl is tb.it the piovlslons of the n-itlonal ImiiK act be so amended as I enable the banks to count rational bank nous us a part of their reset cs. I'tidei the ttrms of the act the liauks of the ecntial renerxe cities. New Vork, ChlciiKo and St Linus, maintain a 'iU ier cent lescrve In specie and leKnl tender iiols In their vaults. The resn. city banks maintain a Sfi per cent, resrrve of speie and ieif.ii In dei, a peicentiiKO of which may lm kepi Willi the banks of the cential reeie cities, while the roiintry 1 banks maintain a Hi per cent lescrve In specie and le.il Icmler notes, but a net- - ... ciiitatie of this ina ! ketii with the banks In the reserve elites and central I reserve cities and courted as a pait of ' Iheh recve I'lnMj put. tlie irnpos!tlon lal.l befote i i)nr "hlpplntr committee was that the gold -''"'"i'-'"m"i,!:,,1, 1.1 i i 1.1 III"' -tJ I rivilr'" I Pliuiliu itiii be utllled for the patinent of our foi -' elgn debts Is roughly estimated that of our J :'ii0.ihio. mm deliils in Kurope. ap prolinatel.t Jin.iiiin.fiiio rpieseiits sh.nt excbaiiKe In the shape of tinai v lulls which are covered by the iiioratorla Coiinervatlt e tinkers polined out lo tlw committee that they believed that If unit $:."t.(iil'i.0i(i gold was sent to the ll.r k uf England ilcposltar.t in Canada that it might satisfy lhon who are deiimiidlng that we meet our obligations b proving our ahilltv to do so ani by showing our desire to meet our debts. Some bankers estimated that as inueli as I inii.iiniJ.OOO ' would hate to go t.efnie the demand would be satisfied. Above all. It wn i demonstrated that wherever It was pos. ....... .... .i,,,i,i ,.,...n .,r r ti.n n.. imrin nn.l ilmi ..rnlinor m lio.it and also endeavor lo I date as much ns possible by shipments wheat, corn nnd all other such com- lliodltles. The pin ii lo . oiivert banU Holes Into s part of the iiHerves of the lurks Is most evolutionary. It was admitted al the Chamber of Commerce meeting, but It Is felt that the country must meet its debts. It was believed that It would not put s premium on gold li-inkers ald last night that In view of the statement or tie Tie.if.ur De n.irtment a short time ago that the uiun- pre. e. .1)114 it ncineu suang. in i.iia of plaeii k the t'oimtr.t on a paper h.isls f C(lM ,.M,rll ,.r. ' continued. It wa. '!" ''' I" attention that He banks of this rllt ife alieady between ?t:..itnn.0im anil If.ft.uoo.uoii below their M iVl n(t ,.,, n,urm, ,,v tll. con,pin,;er of the CurreiiPt for this violation of the '")nnl bank act ci. members of the shipping committee 01 llle i-nainoer 01 . onillierce ire je.n ', le.w, chairman. Hugei.ius II riuterbrldge, I l.-.'-chainnaii . Jacob II Schiff, .1 P Motgan, Prank A Vanderlip, A A Haven. .William (1. Wlllcox, I' A S PranMln. p A. Sparks, l-'i.mk Triinibull, Walli-r II Pollock, .lames A I'.uiell. Welding lllng. . II I! Kid-1.1m. UWISLA TORS CONFER. Discuss liolil s 1 1 in, 1 1..,, Win, oill.'lnli of Treasury ami isi.rut-. Aug I.' Ailininlslrntlnn iiltlfii.U Wi'le tons'. I ri'n 1 iiucerill'.l to dav 01 er the steps tli.i: the Mink of Ihigliind has taken I- ok lug toward the shipment of gold In payment nl Prilled Stales obligations lo her to Ottawa, Canada, for deposit with the Trensurer iletienil. Tin. I'nlted States olllol.tls have lii-i-ii con .ting on the extiaoiillnarv risk 111 hliniiB gold oveis.as to clns-k Hie nr. linage 011 me i-ouiiiry s supply, uui ill eat lli-llalu lias now- met this hi 1 11.1 1 1.11 h this move to have the gold owing to her shipped to littnvta, where she may ilriiw bill of exchange ..galnut It. Conleieiic. s weie held hen lo-dav be I it .en Treasury olll.i.ils and Congress leaders and it wns in-kimw li-dged that some action probably will hate to be t ikon to meet the situation. Treasury 1III1 1. lis will coiishier tomorrow sugges .n. in or w,wl. mi,, n ,,n .1 . , 1. 01 Ul.'ll reserves In order lo release some of the ,;;, ,m .;,., ,, , , Th.. Iieli.-i is rh .. . i .,f n,, ....... now he i.le.l for Canada all! Mow back to n I o ted Stalls at r,,n as Hriut llrlt hcgliis lo buy Krttlii. IttickinRhnm I'nlnrv. is Mpcnkini;. WON'T SELL SHIPS, SAYS MEYER. llititilnirK- t in rr I ni ii liMIHrtir Iti'lurns lleiili's II ii mors, Julius P Meyer, vice-m.inaclug director of the Hambui g-Amer i-n Line, arrived In New Vork from Itntterilam vesterday on the IMili'h liner Polsil.int. Mr Meer said the report that some of the big Ham- ' burg-American liners were for sale was ri.l'. Nlnu. "That slorv Is not founded on fact," said Mr, Me.v.r. "The Hamburg-American Une has no triison to sell ant of Its ships It needs all the ehlps it has and will hold them until after ttie war " ! HUNTINGTONS NO LONGER HELD. Mute lleimremeiil Hears Tliej Are s fe nnd Well. WA.HtlMlTOV. Aug 12 Adtll es I e-i-elved at tin State llepartlileul to-day In dicate Unit Aieher M Himtln Jton, pies blent of tin American I icographl.Ml Ho eietv. and Mis. Huntington aie no longer being detained a spies by Hid Herman .lulhoritles. A despatch received this afternoon from Niiieuiberg stated that Mr and Mrs Huntington weie afe and well ,.t their hotel In that city No men tlun was made bj the I'linsut of their be ing detained liy the nuthoi Itles and It Is ,i.MlliH'il that lm would have stated so had that been the . ae. The Charge d Affalres of the 'iceman CiiiI.iss. 1 1 h n i fl von H.ilriih..il"-n. to-. lay inf.i'ined S.iietav llrvui that he wa .'iiding a d patcli to li.s (1 Ivei nment on behalf of Hie I lunt Ingt. ii s uigi'ig their proniiii ri least if it were a f ..-t that ttn i vveie ! ng detained WILL CHARTER SHIPS TO BRING TOURISTS (ioM'iiiinent Authorizes eire sentiilives Ahroad to Take This Action. WtsiiiMiTON. Aug. 13- Recretarv rjar rlson autiiorUed Ainencnn eonsiiiar and diilouiatlc rrprcsfliitativ-es In Kurope to da to proceed ill tune to charter suitable stiamshlps Hying neutral lings In which j Americans may be brought home. The Secretary also Indicated that his repoits on the numbers and the situation of Americans In Huiope mute it seem likely that lie itouhl ver soon begin chaiterlng American vessela to supple ment other neutral ships to be obtained in Huropean waters. The Department's representatives lire to mike a thorough canvass of the shipping situation In the ports nearest them and 1 nileat or to engage steamship aecnmmodii llnns In proportion to number of Ameri cans In their districts. Through the State Department Secio taiy Harrison has obtalnod i-ompi ehcu slte Information legaitllng all America s In Hurope with the exception of those In Herman)'. He now feels tint this Hov fruition t Is In a position to go ahead with actlte measures for getting the Americans buck lo this coiintr.t and fm titer announcements ni" expected within the next d.iyinr two SENDS BATTERY TO ENGLAND. Illtn.tn to lilte Pour Vliichlne (inns, V Mined ill If 11111,11(1(1. Dttxvvs, Aug. I'.' Tim city of Ottawa will give a battery of four machine guns, mounted on motor trucka and equipped with steel shields, to llngland. Tho battery will cost about llno.OOn trno,nTll.7Tll Xeiv Citrrrney Issued. Vppllcatlons for emergency currency at t'ie Sub Treasury yesterday Hmoiinted lo l nt I, Ton This nukes the total of up. pli itlons re-eivi'd thus far Jn,HS,23il. Tbern was actually delivered to the bitiks yesterday 1 1, -10 i.tiHO, mnklng 11 Intal de livery of K'O.rj'J.TTn since the Aldrlch V'reeland measure, was put Into effect. THE FASCINATING SIN By George P. Dillenback Author of "The Mills of the Gods" It's thc same problem that has worried and tantalized the world from the dawn of creation, here strangely shap ing the fate of a bewitching little French girl, wife of a trusting, middle-aged husband. It grips the interest to thc last page. Vce $1.25 net, To be had nt your Bookseller's or direct Jtam the Publisher. HELEN NORWOOD HALSEY, j'ffffffflM mi The urrow shows the window from which the King MARCONI COMPANY REBELS AT CENSORS n V. (irir Us President.. Kiles Protest Against Navy's Inlerferciice. l-KtiAI. I.MCIIT IS IM'.NI I'D .Messages llarred Kroin Wireless, lie Says. Co Kreely li Calile and Telcirrapli. The rigorous censorship on wneless rod.) messages and messages addressed to persons assumed to be In the service of belligerents has .aue.l Hi,. Marconi Wire less Comp.int to mud. through Its presi dent and general eounsil, .loan W. Hriggs. funnel ly I'nUed Slates Att. .rue) 1len-r.1l! s Utter of protest to Secretin) 01 h N.ut Dan.els The toinpatiy base Its protest on nj broad ground that It Is a corp.. rat ion serving tiie public, that Its message,, are privileged, as .nv tlm malls and tele graph lln-s. and Hint tlie liovBrnment has absolutely no right to liiteriere with tile transmission 0 wireless messages The Liter to the Secretary of the Ni.vv fol low s Th.. Marconi Wireless T.iegr.ipli C'linpnii) r Aiiieri.a respect fully icp ioeiits In the Secretart of the Navy thill It Is lecelvlllg messages 1.1 p.. sent bv wireless to foreign counlrl.s: that tin- censor of the Nnvt D. i.ari nient asvunies the right lo foihld the sen.l.iig 01 certain of sir h in. ices; that this rompaii) Is under the oixll nar) duty of a forwai.ler of commu nlcatlons whin paid foi ; thai we fue awaie of no statute of the I'nlted States or or any treat) or rule of In ternational law which Justliles Die IntM-veiiiiiiii of a Hot-ei nineiit censor or the stoppage nf this company In s-ndtriK iiieneagia In tlm oiiiitiary way. We ask theieloie to be referred to the legtl authorll) unJer which join Department assumes such right of censorship. We wish to respect the policy of our own Hot eminent, but when our corporate rights and dutv nnd the rights of the public are in. volved we must respect only the law which governs the case. IMw.iril ,1 Nally. t Ice-president of the rnmpaii), explained that the letter of pro test was the lesult of the serious crip pling of the coinpati) ' business, which necessitated n meeting of the directors t c stcrdav MAIL GOES TO EUROPE TO-DAY. Itnllltll l.lller Will Tube I, el Il l s I.) Wll) f JNnples. The only transatlantb in.i.ls l-ivii,g New York to-day will go by thn Italian liner Caertn, which takes nmllM fnr tier mnny. Austria, llungar)' nnd oilier parts of Kurope by way of Naples, Tho mall for the Caserta closes at the Oenernl Post OfTI'-o al X A. M In order tn go by the Cisert.i letters fi" pla. cs in Hurnpn outside Italy, (lermnti). Austria anil Hungary must l. epecliilly addressed to go by this steamer The Morro Castlo takes mall to-dav for Culm and Mexico. This mall doses at n A M Mall for llriml closra at I: M, by the sleanmhlp Htrathcarron. nnd the Stephen, mall closing nt t.3n p M will sail for Ilarbados, Hiilana, North Htazll nnd Iqultos. Malls for IJurope, except (Icrnmny Aus tria and Hungary, for Africa, West Asia and the Kast Indies via Liverpool, goes to-morrow b) the liner Now Voik Tins mall cIiwoh at the post office nt ii 311 A M. Mail for llermud.i to-morrow closes nt 3 A. M by the steamship Her mudlnn 110Ves'3llh S ork i l ! ('rui-ser fiochen's Officers anil 1 Crew Lnvishly Knlertnined Hecently by Turks. Spteial CnbU Detpnleh lo Tit Sri I.onpon, Aug. II. It was reported to- 1 day that Turkey will purchase the Herman cruisers (loebon and llreslau, which wer said (n hnvc been making for tho Darda nelles yesterday after escaping from llrlt Ifch waislilps In the Mediterranean. There I wan no confirmation of tho rumor. It Is considered lsisslble that the fate of tho (loebcn and llrrslau may have effects out of nil lunportton In their lm- ' i imrtancii as two units of tho Herman fleet. Heyond tho report that they nro overhauling shipping In the Dardanelles tlnthlng Is known of their activities. It Is regarded as highly Improbable that the pin chase of the cruisers by Turkey lias been made, but nevertheless Turltej's ac tion Is awaited with nnxlety. , It Is believed In sonm quarters that ' Oe.rmnny and Austria are trylnsT des- I perntely to bring Turkey Into the great 1 conflict together with HuIrsHh with which nation the Turks are understood t ' t.i hitvo mi agreement. Turkey has mo- i blllied part of her army, although the Pone said this was done eolely for the purposes of defence. I llulgarla has declared her nctitmlltv, hui It Is said that the, f.ar thought it tc'cssaiy to Intimate to her pretty stlongly that lie expects her lo be neutral and hinted at wnr If the llulgals made ' anv movement of troops to the frontier and that If they Joined th' enemies of llussla the latter would make them smait i fir it lien If Tin key dismantles the two rrulers anxiety will pot be relieved, as it Is believed thai Herman Influence at t'onMniitlnuple is such that the ships will be at the dlsmsi of Hermany evtn If they liy the Crescent. i The Hoeben, tn going back to Con stantinople, returns lo the scene of pleas nnt coiniueji. of a frw weeks ago. The big warship dropped anchor In the lat ter part of May In the Bosporus. Iic twfin the (ialata 1ju.1l and the Dolm.i llaghtclio palace, and tminf dlalely be .anie the .1 litre of unusual Inureat. At tho t.ilic Turkc) was looking for battle ships to otTset the new acquisition being made for the Hreck navy and it Was si. Id lh.it the Horb'tt could be bought or that another vessel upon the same , lines could h built for Turkey at Her- 1 man yutds. The ship tins visited by all the tier man colony at Cntisliiiitiiinp'c. most of the Ottoman otllci.ils and boatloads of Turks "lio.btii dames" and "Hoeben re. 1 cptlons" wire given to the oltlc. 1 rs, ami the sailors wire eiitct tallied in the pub lic garditis of Pera All these social functions were r. ported tit gicnt lingth b the Constantinople press. TO HEAR GERMAN PROTEST. 1'rcsl.lenl Wilson lo Consider I nln plnlnl Amilost II 1, .1 lo Cmlinrgo. W.kihni:tiin. Aug 12 - The delay In the dfclslon of the Stnte Department In regard to the. lieiman piutcst against the embargo placed on radio stations n the I'ite.l Slates was explained to-day win 11 Seerit.il) Hi t an told the Hei 111,111 Charge d'Affaii.s. Il.mlel von lliiinih.iusei', tlmt he eould make no reply to the Herman tepies. ntatliitis until In- had s. en the President President Wilson arrived In Washington fioin Koine. I1,i late this afternoon and It Is expected that he will discuss tills ami other ipi. simns Willi Mi llljnu lo tnori ow. AMERICAN STUDENT NOT A SPY. Iliii-tiiiontli 1 iHteruriiiliiiile, rreste,l In .Nov 11 Senllii. Helens. -il, Hvt.it'AX, Aug IS John I., l-'crgusnn of Spjk.ine, Wash an undergraduate of Dartmouth College, was arrested at Mnlioue Ha.v, N. S. esterilay on suspicion of being a sp) He wan mploye.l by the Canadian iloveriiimm in making maps of Nova Scotia. When his Identity was estnhllahc.l to day he was released issriticrio.v. roll (illil.- AMI Xll'MI WUtlK.V. roNvnvr statui . m:w ,ii;iisi:v TUT. Secretarial Course of the Col lege of St. F.lizabeth offer prac llml Irslnlngf.ir wniiirn trim with to nl fhemseltet rsperlallt for the higher lerro arlsl iio.lilnns In buslneii houiea. 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