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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1915.
duller in themscli cs. I'or the. duty In which thcj are now- "Icncil lliry are, better ll'lcrl than anything else In the Ilrltljh navs. RUSSIANS WIN VICTORY 'BERNHARDI CHARGE DENIES KULTUR Mz UNDERSEA RAIDER SUNK, R.KKHWUAT1T LIKE i ON CARP A THIAN CREST MNIRI) RY FRRNfiH "MADR IN fiKRMANY" ADMIRALTY BELIEVES GRANT, SAYS FRENCH MASS TURKISH TROOPS. 2 iniii- rreil tl Meet lllcs, Spmtii fable litfiutleh tn Tiir. Si s IsiNPotf, Mnrch 2fi. The Trncilns cot respondent of the Tints telegraph m follows to-nlRht; "The Turku greatly fear the landing of troops by the Allies. l-iirty-rlRht i thousand ottoman soldiers me imi- intratcd on the Asiatic hide of the i Dardanelles, mid lO.OftO neat (lalllpoll on the Kuropean Hide. All are com manded by llorin.tns." FEAR BULGARIANS. Tnrki stroimthcn Lines milnst lliicL 1'roni .Nort Invest, Speciil fable Drtpalrh to Tin: Stv. London, March 2fi A despatch fimn Athens to the llalht Trlfprnph says the Turk", who fear a Mil Italian attack, are strcnthcni' R their line from Makrt lol to l.ule lturca and have sent heavy artillery fiom Constn 'linnpic to )erko.. U. S. AIDS BRITISH REFUGEES. VlreCnnnl .cconipnnlra ."oil rrimi nrnsscls tn Itolleriliim, Sf ml fable benrnteh to Tiir. 8r lyO.vt'ON Marrli 23. A desptach from Rotterdam to the (inil.v .Unit says. "ttelnneii 111(1 .mil r.nn Itrltluh unmiin i children anil elderly nun arrived at Hot- terdam from Ilrussds early to-day In charge of Charles It. N.isinlth, the American Vice-consul at Ilrussels, and I Mr Sunderland, an American attache i t The. Hague who met them at the front er All declared that they hnd been well Heated They had lived tilth i IlelRl.m f.-utiillea since, tho brRlnnlng of I the war. They hat' no complaint to i make of lark of food or the behavior of i the Hermans. ! "Tho women were all lesldrnts of Ttrllf.qr.t4 SoniA nf flicm Uarn r-fii-Ap,,. 1 were govern- esses ami others were th wives of men of military hkp who had Wen sent to I lierm.iny aii were Rr.uerui ror the. 1 considerate treatment they had received from M N'asmlth and hli assistants." I Says Conscription Is Vital to England "Dnilv Mnir l'i-p Drastic Action, us Recruit in i,r I'liin litis 1'iiiloil. Spfrml r,ihie fipntrh In Thk Pin I.nsrs.v, .March IT. The bidy .Uiiff. In n article demandltiR compulsory ' m lita y serv'ce in 'treat Itritaln, s.iys i there is a remarkable similarity in the problems now confrontlnc th" Hrltlsh 'tovernmcnt with those which con-' fronted President Lincoln In isflj The , paper iijrpes that the juestion be solved , tn the wa that Lincoln solved It. It adds "Voluntary service is already break IrR down The recrulllliK cainpaiRti, which becan wttli clever leRltlmate ad vertllne. Is now desencratlnR into a bully InR poster. If we are to win the war we must catry our orRanlzatlon o the same pitch of perfection as that of our enemies Thnt Is practicable only with compulsion. On taklnR this step, and on takinR It soon, everything will tutn 'The Hrltlsh nation will be JudRed by tho manner In which It carries Itself to-day, when its very existence depends on Its resolution Tremendous hours are before It, hours of anxiety, eftort, soirow and sulTcniiK. of tnoie soriow than any through w hi h it lias put-scd In those hours the eiinw winch It now ndopts will have an mcah ulable In lluence on its fate " ABAND0NS PASSPORT RULES. prn' Ii Km Im I ii I ,i ml ii ii wrt to Ohl Mflliotl, Vf o' ahit fittjhitrf, Ti:k 511 I..M)(IN. .Match 25 TlIK St'N col I es. , ., ,. i i ponden understands that the 1-lench 1 Kmbassy heie has ahandoued the new . ii.es for granting p.ispotts and has ie- Krteri to the former method, which con- . , , , , , , j slsts of simply having lit permits vised 1 The confusion caused by tin- tn w legu lRtlons culminated In an incident in which eighty passengers who had com died with 'he reiiuli enienls of the iu t ion- es a; London ami I'olki stun-- w.oe turned h,i, it at lloulosne The object ot the new leguiatlons was to previ nl idlers from visiting Krance, but thc were found to Interfile to such sn extent, in effect, with those who had legitimate ousini'ss In that countrv lim it was found uens-aiy 10 ieerl to the old p an KAISER PROUD OF WAR LOAN. ThnoUs (ierinnn People for Ie- lory .if Tliiise nt Home.' tiptcml Vnble Despntrh to The Scv Amstkruim, March 25 The Kui-et has sent to Dr von Hetlimann-HolIweK from the imperial headiiuarteis the fol lowing message: "In the fact that the second war bun exceeded all expectation and was un paralleled in llnnncilii history. I per- celve a manlfcstatlo-i of a will to con oner which is prepared ror all ssicrl- I ces, u exertioi s iimI conl i ence of ,l l,-no,,L. .he (term.!,, nen.,1- nre re'lylng upon Hod. I extend my m. perial thtinks lo all who contributed to this creat success, "Lll.e the glorious exploits of my urmy and navy this vlctorc of tho".- at home tills me with Joy and pride in being the first sen ant of such a nation nt such a time ' PARIS LIGHTS CAUSE ARRESTS, Klgblr Charged Willi llobeyliiK llnles AkxIiiwI eppeltns, Sptcial Cable HrtpatrK to Tun Scs, rAtilB, March 25. The police n-e In Hlsting on a rigid nbservunre of the ineoiiutlons against lights shiiwlng in windows The commissary In tho PiinUn district Issued eighty summonses jIn,, day for those who lud fulled to ibev tho rub- thnt windows must be coveted with douhle curtains. To prevent the pobslblllty of confusion II has been ds'lied lo letaln the bugle c.'ill "en ru de" as a w.nnlng slKtial. but tn use Ihe morn Joyful rail known lis thn "brclpque' as a signal that dan net s over. Tub otder baa been Issued In six u) jrbt, where Zeppelins are most likely sppcar to extinguish stn-ni :Rhts rreulat.y at 10 o'clock e .en evening. jlnslrlnn Me Itiild on Vloiiteiieuro, CETT'NJi' Mnrlenepro M.i eli '.' , -Three ViHtrlan in intors tsimba riled An- tlvar', Vll' I'aar h"M Meg i n eatli 10- dsy '1 1 litem bombs m the stie ts at Antiv.nl, ix i' ilung into at 'ir P.i.ar en Ln' " t-cutot , ami two ai .Megipn licfi heie, but no damage was done. Cicrinnns I ntiiniiinil I'nrrr Storm Trenches in Terrific Fighting and Drive Austrians , s From Important Position Near Lupkow Pass Foe i in Full Retreat, Leaving Many Prisoners. ' hi vitiviiv or tiii: w.tu m:v?. Urcut ptosresM has hern made tn the Dardanelles, according to a Homo despatch, Tour forts have been dis mantled and 1-Yirt Dardanos on the Asiatic side completely destroyed. Mine sweeping may now lie extended much further Into the Narrows.. Tim Hrltlsh Admiralty announced that It has Rood reason to believe that tho r-29, the famous CJermau sub marine which has done so much danmKo to nrltlsh shipping at the mouth of the Chnnncl, has been sunk with nil on '.xnrd. Tho main army which Invested I'errmysl has been split Into two divisions, one of which, under Oett. Dmltrief Is proceeding toward Crncow , 1 tho other coins to reenforcc the Russians who are fighting tho battle 1)f ,hr Carpathians, ... The German official statement spcuhs of the llussluli aiivance ulons , t ,,rulnn frontier and tells ' ... , ,, , ,,, of " of HOVcrnl attacks. The I-reneh report Indicates a lull In the western war theatre. Minor acts In the Champagne region anil ilround Notre Dame de l.oretto were ...... ,i...i RUSSIANS WIN IN CARPATHIANS Terrlflr llnlllr on .Monntnln Crest Vlelils Victor?, .irio! Cablt nupatch to Thk Sc. PKTRomiAp. March 25. Tho battle of the Carpathians im turnitiK In favor of the Itusslans, Hcconllna to tho nlllcl.il statement of the Itusslan (Seneral Staff I made public to-nlsht. It Is as follows: I tmtxt trtwnnt the west of vji .... the middle Nlemcn we continue to proRress. There Is no chanRe on the tlRht bank of the Nurcw or on the left of the Vistula. There Is no chansc of Importance In the Carpathians. Our offensive in the direction between lUrtfcld rftid the I'zok Pass Is tlcveloplnc with i.itnpbte success Dllf troops, operating under ex'-remeiy dltllctilt conditions, R.uned their most decisive success tn the rcRion of I.uiikow Pass, where we carried by nssnult a verv Important Austrian posiuon on -rffe-Vl:it .v u I te !' I M" iti- tains. llavinR forced a wood which was n perfect entaiiRlement of barbed wire and surrounded by several lay 's of trenches, our infantry pusnea forward to the principal position of the enemy, draKKiiiR the Held suns and often bombardlnR the position at a distance of t',00 paces. They ciosed deep ditches and fort tied palisades and carried the works of the enemy, which were strongly ar mored and provided with Internal defence. The Austrians made several furi ous counter uttacks in close forma tion, but were dispersed and partly annihilated by our tire and bayonet harces Toward Wednesday inoin- ior the enemy began to retreat to certain positions. DuiliiR the day we took about 100 officers and 5nn ' soldier-, besides a dozen machine guns The Itusslan otlhers have alreidy I taken over the civil Roveiimieiit r J Pnremysl and the city Is rapidly re turning to calm. Tlie Government It 's. If will operate the vaiuatue on re II,.. Unci ies, for It will 'ie .i much needed irMilllir for their 111 ni" ' The ,les hale bien pacilled and 1 have i t-i u mil to their homes When H" lue n:r wi.ii ine ....-..,- r... to mills In many "f them tied from the cj(). ,.mie.ivo! cd to es ape ovel th" broken bridges They were turned back by the Itusslans, who told them If they attended to Hh P regular location-, thev Mould not be disturbed oi molested, R USS1A NS REPULSED. riuhtlnu Continues In the l'firiH tlllflllS, Sf 'll-lllll. Vii.n'n. via Amsterdam, March 25 The folio wlui; oltlcial statement was given out here to-dav Our troops in the Carpathians ; GERMANS FAIL TO i BREAK FRENCH LINE Three in ssanlts on Centre and the Arfioniic Are Checked. 9,.,.il f'.ihlj Titannli'h li THr Mls. , I Pilim. Mnrch 25,-Operatlons on the, western front have dwindled to almost nothing. The olllclal comtnuniituf- lsued I . , , , ., ., , ,,, ,-,, ., i I tO-llllillt b.V tile l-'reCll War OlllCC S.OS I merely that tlie day has been calm, the I only exception being a Herman attack in the Arras region The statement foi low s The day has been culm Theie Is nothing to ieHirt with the exieptlon of the checking of a ierinnn attack at Notre Dame lie l.on-tte In the afternoon rommuiiluue it was se' forth that Herman attacks had been tepulsed at Les llpai'Ri-s, wheie the enemy made thtee attempts to break !i 'also three ussults were made, and In the Argonue, at I'ontalnii Madame nfternoon statement said' The In tin- Champagne dlsttlct there was yesterday a fably lively artil lery engagement. In the neighbor hood of hill No l'li! vie tepulsed Ihree Hermiin attacks In the Ar gnnne the Herman attack at Fon taine failed At Lis Kparges we i pulsed three counter attacks. fin Ho- remainder of Ihe front there was nothing lo report. M il Not llebllllll lli'lulnn I llli-s. lint ssi.i K, via lindnii M ai rli 25 - Piomltlelll llelgllllis llle d scllsslug pin. posuls not lo rebuild the illlluil cities of M.illnes Tetmonde. Louvain and Liege ufte the win hut to erect new liowns on i- lcs lie, ii by Ii is Ihought that tourisis would he attracted n great nutnheiH to tne njiim nnd will ptovd much if the ipltiil uecessai for hulhl- HIK Hie new place I on the flout west of t'7.ol la have rcpillMMl hiuvy ltiislan at tacks, and the llRhtiUK continues. Itecently we captursd 1,.Vmi of thn l!usl,m.i. Near Vys.kow the Itusslalis' attack on the oiltliins we eaplmed Monday has fntled. On the lemalnder this front linthliiR of linpoitance has occurred. In the southern theatre of the war there have been only Isolated artillery duels on the Danube and the Save In the last few days. The Reneral situation remains un-cluiiRed TO MARCH ON CRACOW. Army nl Pi-reni) nl In III ltti-il Into Tun forces. pccm' Calilt llttpalcli lo Tun Sis. l.oNnoN. Mart h 25 Despatches from I'etrosrad indicate that the If.O.Oflf) or more Itusslan troops used as an Invest ing army around Pcrcmvsl have been divided. One fotce under tieti. Dmltrleff, the Hulsarlan commander, has been sent west toward Cracow, while another force under (Icti. lvanotT has proceeded south Into the Carpathians, where he will reenforcc the Muscovites who li.ivi recommenced their drive toward llun Kary. The sudden cessation of hostilities In mo icrIou of the Dniester Is ascribed to a Kreat storm now raRltiR, but the lull . m Hukowlna Is ald to tic due to tile fact that the Allies now know that ItulRarla Is about to declare herself for ,,'!"; ,"hul1 wl" ""'in ,,,!' i'Jimania will follow at once. This Intervention Is s.im in is- iiiimiueui, so near mat ine'.i,,,- . Kuni.iiilan forces, accordinR to des . ., '"!,""-'. wo- centratlnRon the Transylv.tnian fiontler No dellnlte reports have yet been te- , . elved from the bat le 0 the Car- ! pathlans The Itusslans hold Dukla , lesperate opposition at Czok. The situation around Oxsowiec, where ' the Hermans havn been tvtiductliiR a I t . I . 1 lZ:Zn V.. i . ,r V ii . I RrowlnR critical for the hcalcRore Part of the Ocrman batteries have been de- stro.ved and In addition a stronR litis- I akin force from the north and the Au- I Rtistowo reRion Is advancltiR with the Idea nf cuttlnR off the beslvRrrn nt Os. sow Ice. It Is officially announced the Oer-1 mans In reprisal for the Itusslan rain ! on Memel have burned all the public Losnox, M.irrh 25 ifflciaMom h ! builduiRS of Suwalki. indicted a niie,rrui nd diReste.l .v.rv mini of ihe of 100.000 marks (2j.nn0). and have iPrnhardl article In Titf: Srs w th un takm ten tnonilnent cltliens ns hos- ff.Rned Interest and fiN cr.iietul to taces AlotiR all the line In northern ! bun The opinion Is expressed that he Inland tlie fiRhtmR Is t.ikinR place near has done a tremi ndous work in . xp" the l'ast Prussian frontier Un the left ' ihk the "thorouRli hvpocn of Heimany of tile Vistula, in the Pilltza resion, ' In lier attempts to convert th 1'nltol Si--U ' r ,r -Uie fun cf-.Pii-rs; I'm,- Blves tile Itusslans , gold artillery base checking any ad- which will aid in vance toward Warsaw. Little news comes fiom Peremysl. One repoit Is that the food of the gar rison was reduced by drafts made upon It by the Austrian armies which weie endeavoring to relievo the city. Orlgl nallv there was food for sx months, but the demand reduced the supply to elRluv days. The garrison subsisted for 134 days on that ration. RUSSIANS CHECKED. Ilerlln Iteiiorls Only Vrllllery tlnels on Western I'roiil, HfRLtv, by wireless to fayvllle, N V, March SI- The otllcinl commttnica i m given out to-day by the Onman tlen r .tl At my I leadiiuarters says With the exception of unimpor tant engagements on the heights of the M.-use, to the southeast of ,-tr-dim, and on Hartmans-Wellerk ipf. which still continue, onlv utillcry duels took place alotiR the wc.v . rn front yesterday. In the eastern arena Itusi i i 'it Mi-kh to the east and to 'he -ou-ii-east of Aurumowo, near .lednoro zek and to the northeast of Prz.is nysz were r pulsi d. CIVILIANS QUIT CRACOW. Order Issued III Hx pectn t lim of Inl linrlnnt MIIHnrv liii-nli, 'penal I'nhtr lietpatch to Tiir Sis Vknicr, March 25, Hvery civilian In 1'iatow and all Hie officials except those whose duty compels them to remain have been ordered to quit the city Im medlalelv In the expectation of Impor tant military events It Is said this ordei was Issued be fore tin- fall of Peremysl. JAPAN SAYS TROOPS WILL STAY IN CHINA (iarristins Not to He Itelicved While Nedtiations Are iu I'roffress. Pkki.n. Match 25 A foiinal Inuulrv ,., ,,,,. .... , io-na 01 .tap.iii an iu ine iii,.iiiiim --. the tecent entrance of Japanese troops into China Tlie action ocelli red at the close of the confetencc of the diplomatic I'epleSC'it.'itlVCs Tin- Japanese Mlnlsiet Mi Hloki. re. plb-d that the soldiers weie lo relieve the pieseut garrisons in China, but thn' these galtlsons would iilil.iln wheie thev ,ite until the present negotiations ale i com lulled It Is icliithly reM)i(ed lli.'il Japan has eight divisions In China and Corca al the piesent lime, or a total of mote than 1 25. lino nun The confeicllce to.jk up lo-da the iiiestloii of the Japanese demand frit tin- light to exploit mines 111 nine spcol tli'il ai i-as In South M.tnchuiki OUTBREAK FEARED IN CHINA. t ii f l-.li, mi nene I'eellnu lirottlnu In inn? initio. tirrnif l'iiie Umpnlrh lo Tim Sis. SiusniiAi, Maich 25 Antl-JapaiP-si feeling Is reported n many provlncis and It is slated that an outbreak against , Japan Is fe.ncd in the Shantung peuln- i sill. I Chinese heie ate trying to establish I boveolt llR,llllhl 'be .lilpaiiese and l,a"i' ' succeeddl tn the extent of stopping Hie demand for Japanese goods and pie. tenting the acceptnnee of Japanese noti s. ' The pollen have scUed n number of posters calling for a boycott Home of i Ihe offenders were lined in a mixed court, i Ilml sritriMSKI) IIY liKIIMANS. I ..,.t r Cnhlr lifpUr, In Tiik Si n I Paris, March S,. The IVencli M!n i istrv of War issued a statement nlKht den.vlns assertions made In ! l"" New York Sl'N by Con. I'rlcdrleh v.. it . Heiiiliardl. the (ieini.m mllitaiv author, i who In an article written recently for that publication ch-rccd that l'"i ance , .mil (Ircat Itritaln had made careful , pteparatlons to violate the neutralll of , ', llelK.tini. i The statement espl.iins that w hen war , was declared the I'leitch .'irtiij was con- j cent rated aloiiR the ( irriii.ui flonthr .mil i that the tJermati invasion of liclKium tompelled the I'reneh tlencral M.UT t" I I cli.inRe complrtelv the disposition ttoops which had lieen atrnnijed The 'result of this dela. the War nillee s.iys, was that the liir.n.itis were able I to cross the Mame, wntcii tne wouiu . j nver liave been able to do otherwise. The War Ministry is that the qtlos. . ..Li.... ,!.., tlon of the llrltt.h armv takli.K the Held was not lonsldered until aftei the (eiliMtis had violated HeiRium Tile , eoni'i ntiatlon of the Hiitlsh troops was ' effe.ted behind MaubeiiKe from AiiKtist 14 to 21 The statement iplotes various or,icrH which were Issued to show th it tilc I'mich army was kepi s ml(.s fml) t. rrt.rmnii frontier and was or,,.,,.,i to leave to the Hermans th- responsibility for opening hostilities 0ll (,ier ,le, AiirusI 4 l M. .. .. , VVar ,tei at that , time Is quoted ns follows "C.frniany will attempt h false newt , in,iltc us to violate ItrlKlan neu- tniUtv lt rll,,ij forbidden, until f p for pitrols ... . ven , lh ,. r for , v nw ,.,Bll, tr)T(t.,rv Itm lh.it rn-nrh It ff ttl i him tin linn Into llnluntm until Vticu.! . Hi.-t..t-i . i. ,..,. .il. IMMKItt II tKIl'HlllPl Milt Ulh H'llimilJ I ' quested such action on th pre.edlnc J.,, ' IGNORE PERN II A Rl)l. Ilrlllsll M) VoiiTleniis Wilt See Through (ieriiinti llioerls. fprcial fnhlf Drtpnii-f, tn Tiir t-rs .m. point nf v' r - , " It is also felt that den. von Hern- hardl has answered himself and tha? therefore, bevond the speech delivered by Sir IMwnrd ilrey on Mon Uy. no. reply Is necessarv from responsible lirlt- j si officials These officials prefer Li have the American public read Hern hardl's Cermany and the Neit War" nnd his present nrtlcle Thev .iv that nothing furthtr is required so fir as Kngland is conrerned BRINGS MORE NEWS OF KARLSRUHE LOSS (I'i'i'iiiiin liiiidcr I'tlow n I i tcr Striliiim- Kccf. nx VavW Officer. f- Stores o' t'le destt Ui t cr on a .'.it'll bean tecf of thi lie-man 'auler Kirls ruhe have been dtlfting into this port for the last ten diys, and thie taken with despatches from Copenhagen an nouncing the arrival of the Knrlsru'ie's crew In (i.rmanv hive inspired a t-en-eral belief hereabout that the dining cruiser Is no umie Further conltrmation of the teport of her end on a'eef was luought here yes terday by .less.- Hoyd. second officer of Ihe Clyde Line steamship Ca..b. sunk by a drifting mine in tlie North Sea Second Officer lloyd sot n bv i e llolland-Aniei lea st.-.iuudilp Ituttcrdan. from Itotterdani. where he irrved from Hi etuerhav en two w ks ago He said i he had friends n llremei hav en who in trodiiced him to a Herman naval ofllcci who told Inn poitlvii tii.it the K.uN lilhe had strut k a re. I in toggv weatm-i mote than ii month ago llet com innnder made an elfott lo git lier - IT. but she was bully smashed fptn-.it d and he till. ills gave up hope uf naiing I h.r , The st,ippe decided to blow ; . iji I so thai none of In r i ipilpinent iii.k it fall llllo possiy.slOll o M-ssels of t n- All es in pursuit oi her The explos- n i ami- as Hie last sir litis of "Tin- Wati.i on the llhlnc," played In tne snip's band on a merchant convoy, died nwiv nnd the cruiser broke In two Mr lloyd savs ii part onh of t ie crew got to Herniiny hi t o- convoi Uthe-s, he uuileistood, hnd lemained on Ihe Wand Tho.e who got home were dei orated, soini with tip- lion cross The tumor in liicinei h.n en is thai those who stayed on the island dually made the I way to South America Mr, Hovd said he knew ln.it the Hi r -man u.it v wis nsscnibbng a gnat ileet of submarines and that fie r- cent taid on tbf Allies' ineichanuneii would ma lie a i iicumstall- e to tin i a -Is l l 'i lie.i- fulnii ' FEAR STRIKE ON IRISH ROADS. Hummers Itefnsi. to li-cedi- lo I - hi ii li il s or tli-ii, ' -;. 1,1 I nblt limimlcli In Tut Si I LoN'pos', .March .'.'i Tlie liml.i Muu says llu-ie ,s a Hi i-hiiis -illl.llloll n In bind owing lo the n-fusal of thi- man agiis of Ihe inilw.iis lo in.i't Ihe de mand of the inch for inciea-ed wages ' anil a stllke Is feaiiil I I lii-i-iiin it ( locks Vil t ii ii. -.-il line II - I t'niTNiiAin:., March 2 on April I .., . , nt' I the hands of I'll n clock In lietmniiy will b sit foi ward one liotn It. ilslng an bout cubcr and iciiilng an hour enilli'i It Is estimated thai $5 niill.ii'JII win ill of petroleum will be sawil dm i ing III- six months of suimnei. To Prevent PHklN, Mill I'll II lots In I lllllll. 25 Piesldent Yuan Sluh k ai linn ui ilct I'll the the various provinces to people and tn prevent n the tcccnl SliniiRhal rioin iloiernors of i.a-.iue Ihe repetition of Ho ,'iNo n formed litem that thn negotiall ins be. tween Japan nnd China are piociedliiB satisfactorily Fuels Prove I'miici' No I t it li for llclyiini Invusioii. Prof. fii.Mi.i-s Ast-nbos Half of II to Miieliinvclli itml Hull' to Aiiici'iniii. TALKS TO I'KACK SOCIETY Th.il the 'kultui" nf ivlnrli so inueh Ii.ih been heat il recently wa not "nutle In ilermanv" at all 'v.is a point made b. 1'iof I'ninkilri II (llddliiRs In his l.etiite mi i lie western I leinispneic wnd tile V rid of Tn-inonow" befoie tieinbets of the New Vorli I'caee -o- , ,.ty (ll Acollun Mall last nlRht xiie pollllmil half of 11. he said. ,m ,,,,f,,i ,v Mneblav elll and that of it devoted to piorurltiR sociiil nns i patt rl,.nv ls ,,ul..l 10 an American school (curlier, lienj imin Thompson, who, bom Wohtirc Mass. in IT.'i.l, later became fM10us under the tliln of Count Itum- fn, . otifcrrcd on him bv the Klecto ll.uai la. whose service he entered In Itaviit ln It was lh.it. given full , I power and a free hand. Thompson was I able to put Into operiillon a work of ; social construc.lon, of e.onotulc nnd 1 tnnm synthesis, new both In conception and In method, especially lit Its nttltude toward the education of the wotlilnK 'lasses, which now. after a cenlui of h,f , Xtl.rlc.., 4,rt. i,RintittiK to organize under such names us "Itidii-'rlal ttalnlna" and "vocational guid. nice." .speaKIUit policy Prof of the Atneilian foieRii CilddliiRs said that It could be summed up hi the word" "We have Hood buslne-s to attend to," and that we p.irticul.irh deprecate political Inter feience b either continent In the affairs of 'lie other, always retnenibei Ins that tile pioper altitude of nations toward eaeh other Is like that of individuals tow nid each other in aood socletv. Concrrnliie Die future Inlluence of tlie American hemisphere on the world, tie iceiur, i s.iui multitudes of .mil vtiltii.s Mi Anariea lisle learned lo rel tl '.lieolselvcs, to .i.hj-iiiik IntiatlVe, to lIR.ItdXe. to llehl, Ve .mil to lb Veltip CO- uperitive and Individual ef ciine . Tliev ,ue niaklnR pioiIIroiis ecnnomn' strides tlii-ii itidiistiie have Rrown besond ir eeibnt Now they export commodities, sisiti they will ixport capital. They will haro n tVe lliiaucl.il control of world aff.nis Then the Western Hemisphere w'M not only nisli fo? pea. e . It will li,iie the jiower lo make that w'sh ef ferllve GOVERNMENT TO TAKE PROFIT. linulnnil Will I.I m 1 1 (Joins of VV h r siiipl I'lrton, prr,,il 1 itt'tr Ilfnpltr to TlIK Siv LoMsiN. Maiih 2". The liov.rnment i ontlrni- fie ,i n oil' cement made by Ct.ancell -r Llovd Cieorge that It Intends 'o limit ihe prollts of firms engaRC.1 in -id slu.l4toVnR for- punioses, so that the nenetlts resultlrg that the benefits from the relaxation of union regulations shwll aicrue to the State, The extent of the llml'atloti is not announced The exeeut.ve committee of lh Liv- erih.ol dock w-nkeis has ssn'd a man .feto denoiiiiciug the recalcitrants who, It is said, comprise less than one-tlftn of tho total numlier The document declares that the action of those who refuse to agree to the set tlement of the wage and labor dispute a-tuaJIy prevented the distribution of munitions to the troops In the trenches during the past week. It asserts also that the reputation and pri.stlRe of the I union are serously damaged and adds. I ' In view of the message of Lord Kitchmer to ou- executive, we Insist , tha. nieinb. rs affe, ted all line up with t'u- majority iinm.illateh After th.t we are pi ip. lied to submit any grn-v-ances to an investigation Work, how ever, must In iivunied. otherw.se e are afrtild that more drastic measures i will have to lie adopted, and by a bodv outside of the union " The Magistrates in I'.triiunghnm have i curtailed the time in u tin Ii saloons may keep open because drinking was Intel fetltiR with the work on war munitions . Tin- i5.-ner.il commanding the western district h.-is taki ,i the same action ' throughout hie command, which e-n- brace.s Wales, l.atii.isline and sev . u other count -s i Hrltlsh M I lie is I brill le II I liu. I Libor representatives veeterdav ie lie. led from Itobert .Simile, president of the Miners l'ederation of Oreat fir it -i .itrt and of the International Tedi-rat'ori ' of Mine Workers, a statement to the ilfnt that in i.ise of a tefiial of de i minds of the Itritrsli miners theie v lik.ly to he a 'general stoppage ' LANGH0RNE CASE CLEARED UP. V nr llepMrlnienl Hflli'lals tdiolt " llespnlclirs, ,-b 25 - With the I'rulb of "Snn iv . ull I mi. ton . Ma publication in Tin: MN to-uav oi uie ie.il iiawins why Major Liugboiin wa recalled fiom Ills l"st as milltaiv attiiche at lleilln. olll.-ials of the W.i liepaitmeiit acknowledgid the facts, wbbh hitherto had bun guarded more i.itefully than am happening m the army in a long time It developed that l ie methods pur stiiil In p. rsons In Hermany In an elfott to inisloiiil I ho Allies by sending out wneh-ss despatches tn MiiJ.n born.'s name weie etude The Him; M.ijoi himself was sending all his ilesp.1l. lies to Washington In coil the War Depaitinciit and In- informed that they might reRiird as false liter nis u. urn ill despatches received which came iu plain llllBUIge 111 .lildllion those peipetra' Ing Hie ntte'iipied fraud made gios bliimleis in .nidi eslng the false des. p itches That the I'.lffel Towei tadlo slatlon In Paris plcktd up all Ihe despatches scut out in Major L.nighoriie's nam" was also d.silosed here t -d.o It is nndeistooil thai oilleers of the I'tendi lioie-nment had a part in dttecllng the a'ti tition of the Culled States lo the fa ' lh.it theie Mill son. citing peculiar about the iiporis bea-lng Maj-ir Langhoi lie's name and srnt bisudcast through the sir COSTLY COFFIN FOR PRINCE. I s,n In sti-r I'f.se fur ticrninit i V Icll'in of Untile. MsirntnAi. Match 25 A collln en-li-losid in n slh cr case which Is said lo I bin e been sent fiom Itrilges ineptly 'lor an unkiiowu ilestlnatlon Is reported 1 lo liaie been for Ihe body oi au Imperial J Prime killed In the lighting at Neuve ! Chain lie icici t en witness' statement is sued in London iiiolcil ,i I'aplureil (lei man a- aullinCr for the statement that three Herman Pilui", one of them said lo be Pi nic Leopold, a cousin of the Knleel, wen- killed at Nellie Ciapee. GREEN STRIPE SCOTCH Pure, Light, Delicate, Old. ANDREW USHER & CO., Edinburgh I'"-1' !l Willi All Alumni. Is AlllKlllllCCllK'lll ill Loiiiloii. IT Yi;i)l)lliK. WAS IN CO.M.MAM) l-ritil i nhlr llnpntrh In Tiir Sl. Lo.vno.x, Man-li 25. -The Admlr.ilt nnnntiuceil In-nlght that II hn good leason to believe thai the Hcrnian sub. marine l'-2!) lias been sunk with all on hoard. If the Admiralty's Infni mat ion - m elll-itect tins Is the greatest single loss lo the ieimans since the Institution oi t n submailiie wiufate i I-'ebrna-i l This class of submersible was In ion structlou when the war stalled aid few - of 'details are known I The t'-2'' I- n -eighth lii'inian suhniatlne ollliiallv an- noun- ed as sunk since the vv.ii ticgan Naval authorities beln-M- thai .lie class nuuib(id fiom C-2H to t'-.ltl, which wile constructed nt Danzig and ine iiei mania wori.s, inspi.ti e hiii-ui i.i---" tons, have a stirfuie speeil of about elglilecn knots and a suhmcrf;cd .speed or about twelve, with a criiislhR radius of 2.n0" miles. They are the neatest np pio.ich to Ihe Schley, the submarine crill-ir whii h .s being constructed foi tlie I'lilted States navy nnd is consldeiid the last word in development of undn sen craft. The Daily Mini says the l'-.'!i was apparently ionininnde.1 by t'apt -Lieut Weddlgen. who cunnianded the famous l'-lt win n he sank tlie I'rcssy. I login nnd Aboukir She was cruising oil the Sellly Isles at the beginning of March and mtik the steamers t'lty of Curd I IT Headlands. Adeuwen. Andalusian and AurusIi Consell. Weddlgen tallied th" name of "the polite p. late" by his ion slderate tl eminent nf his victims, A l-'ren.'b trawler which tias armed nt Dartmouth reported that a sub marine tried to torpedo her yesterday. The torpedo missed the trawl, i by ten feet The of' lepiated m port tha- the tier man submarines r.ildluR In the I'.nsllsh Channel and the North Sea nre .icinm panlcd by a supply or "mother' ship s confirmed by the story toul In Adolph Doehlei of Haltlnioie, Mil. wlrel'SH operator on the Hrltlsh steamship Cib-n-ar;ney, which was torpedoed by a tier man suhinaitne on .Match D iMehb-r said that afti r the lllenart ney went down there was a steamer s'Btlonaiy about two miles away, the crew of wh.ch could see ibatly what had happened and yrt made no attempt lo n scue the victims of the suhiuarin.. Shortly after taking to the bo its hi sine the periscope ,,f ,( suhm.tnnc which made off 'oward the atiamcr and both went away togethei Then- wet.- forty men In the crew of the lilenaitncy One was drowned and the others escaped .n tr-elr boats nnd reached New hav en The wireless operat'i." said -hat ai 10 30. on March 1'. 'ie hea-'d an ex plosion, saw the ha'ctiis shoot Into the NEUTRALITY VAIN, SAYS ROME PAPER "JIoMiacro" Declares Austria' Will Never Yield rules t Italv floes to War. Itu.v.K. Man ii 25 iiermariv s s. i, s' Higgling to bring aboil' an agi eetnept between Italy and Austria that w..l keei Italy neutral, but the effort seemR Hope lei's. The .If. Jiitfleio publ.el'.es what '.s be lieved to be an Inspued statement tn the effect that "neutral. t or ftn-ndli re gotlatlons -.in accomplish nothing" "The feillng in Auttia Is" the article continues. ' til l' the countn would rather Rive c.alli la to Itussia and so . sM-ltiil. a iienee th.iti i? IVi, Trent :i-ld pait of Istrra to Italv for the ake of Italian neiitral ty. were Iiv.s ipuie u would remove the nightmare of a litis- .1..,. iH.ioalnn it lilkt-ill find UOIllll lt.lVel r,,.' ,n ii.-io i.. in., .tenth i against Itutnanla and Italy , "The dissolution of Turkey would Cllllll"'! II. II- 11, vi, . -,.,.....!., , with Oreat Itritaln concerning her Inter-1 ! e"ts In the eastern Me.litei ratiean. I'm - I tbernioie. the defeat of Austria would make It neces n lor Italy to act In ac cotd with Itussia and Servla to defend lier Interests on the Adriatic and In tfie Balkans ' READY TO CALL ARMY. l.eiiel-nl llolilllntliill Plans I oiii- litele. I.iiiiiliin llenrs. I.iimion. l.inh 2". V despitili ie- eiied from ttali under date .if Maich 21 suys that evervthing is tn readiness for a getieial mobilization of the Italian army, of whlih seven cla-ses are already up. In tin- ml is It adds that .Inn Hci mans and Austihins ate icported to h in left Home and that trains fo- the fron tlet an- tilled with persons of tlio-.- ra tionalities going to their homes GEN. DELARUE IS KILLED. 'reneli MIHliil't lliiltlneerl iik Ht llles I nsieet Iiik 'I'reo.-b. perl Puns. Manll 25 Hen llifie Jos,.ph I iclarile. chief of a division of the Clench aiiny, win- killed while dispell- nig a ttencli, according to an announce- ' tnent ma le here to-day Hen Delarue wis one of tlie most pnpiilai commanders of the I 'tench at im am! was known as an expert on mil'. , i y i .igiccei r r g Pi i. i 1. 1 i he w a' he was in i oniniand of the engineering division 'if 'he arm defen nig Pal,- , He was a lommapdi if the Lemon o' I llonin SHANLEY'S Broadway 43rd to 44th St. Famous for Dinners and Suppers The Place for Real Enjoyment l L r j i Capt.-Lieut. Otto Wcddigen. an lull ould see im nace of a sub in. nine No waiimiR had been Riven. Moats weie launched and a few minutes later there was another explosion on hc i ill inn tm-s and she went down by the stern Diicnlci was wireless operator on the sie ntishiii Nautili ket whm it sunk the nid Dominion llnet Monroe off Winter Quintets light on .ianuiiry 30, 191 1 DUTCH SHIP SUNK. l.riiiiMii solioiarlne ( om ma n de r He fused lo It el II III Pullers. Vf-rt' t'aMr Urtpatrh to Tiik Ptx LnS'pos. Mai-b 25 The following iinnoumement was Issued In the Ad. mlr.ilty to-night . "The Dutih stcamei Medea, of 1,233 tons, ftylng the Dutch Hag, with a Dutch crew, and the wolds '.Medea of Vnisterdatn' painted in large b-tters on her side was ntoppivi by the Herman submarine l'-2S olf Ite.nhv Head at 10 o'clock on the morning of Maich 25. The captain was oi dered to send a boit with the ship's p.ipcts to the sub marine. The ciew was oi tiered into th boats and the slop was sunk by gun tire. The t r I urn of the ship's papers was asked f.n but refuse. The crew was brought to Dover by the Hrltlsh destroyer T. vlot " .!) MEN RESCUED. TlH-lr essel Is llelleteri to Hole lleett 'I iirpedoed. fVr'.o lifpatrh in Tnr sitx I-nimiv. Maiih A steamship townl tw-.i lioats with thirty men Into Sandowu, lle of Wight, this evenltiR. A torpedo boat look th.in from San down to i'or tsmouth aT,T- II. 'I Ve i.i'eii i e ei i il. Toi is assumed tnat another ship en sunk bv a submarine has TELLS WHY HE BARRED YANKEE COUNTESSES Doctor Savs Tliree Trniniiiu to He Nurse. War Hospital. Ill Dr t'hailes Mai Donald, ih.ef of the meii.-nn Kid Cross II,.-pltal at Huda-n.-st. who atitve.1 le-terdav hv the ItOVal Italian Mall liner Vm.-rlca. is not sure that his attitude towaid the American Countesses Szecheiiy i. who was Oladys Vandei-bllt Slgr.iy. daughter of the late Marcus Daly, and Zichy. formerly Mabel right of Itoston. rniglr. not be I reganled as altogethei pl.-aing to them i when he prohibited them from entering the lludapest hospital. He was pleasant and diplomatic m conveying this infor d the inatlon to them lie even enlist serv ices of the Itaron Amln Popper of j ,,le .klrjH Onier.il Staff, who sane- tinned the doctiu's action lie sats :he Countesses wanted lo be In tin- hospital, but as thev oad no training as nuises be did not see how he could ptopctly admit them "We did not" lie said, "want women slghts.-ets ,n he hospital 11 was no place foi any women ex. el: those who Ii. nt -i en sights - tin fi .in t hi criter l!u actual hosp.'ai ixpenence. the ie -imply awtul.' dm tor has not s'lice heard Count! ses ami as they did not hospital 111' does no, know ex- licth how thev took the he hopes that it was which I- was made. prohibition, but u the spit it In Dr MacDonnld "iild the conditions 'n Vustria were inexpi i-ssible The srn... tail oi K.inl7.ation was no better than this iiiuntry'n at the beginning of Hi Spanish Anietlcan wat. I'lmleia and typhoid, the doi tin ptedlcts, will sweep through the coltntiy like a pralr e tire in the spring and summet The tnercan lt.il Cross nl lludapest received Its wounded dire. Hv fiom the front, and main iteie four days on the wai The doctor said his fifteen Ameri can muses did marvellous work often uioi e than ex n-i lenceil phvsii.aiis could do Thel" Weie J.iH ilHO ,llp,.ler soldiers i in lliidap. st I'rcncti W'oiiihii l Is lixeeiileil, Li-.vr.iil.il.. 1'ian.e, Manh 25 Mar - gnerlte S. lunitt, a I-'. em h woman who admitted that she bad accepted money fiom the Her m ins to enter th. -ench I. lies -nid out un infirm.it in, was shot use d.n as a -in Shi was comb inne l m -ou -n.i-t.il an I tip- troops of the ga son w tnesse I i ' . xc it ii Cabaret Extraordinaire Twenty Acts Every livening 7 to I Seven - Course Lenten Luncheon, 75c (Music) Mritisli (fciicrnl ncncfiis M, Vrom l.pc's nnil .liickstin'x riinipniirns. KQI'A i TO OKIf.M Nv Now ii nt i:ni:n it'i ni.Mi it llMTtSH llKAPQPAnTKrs I , r March 15, via London, 12 -.1 v rield Marshal Sir John P' ' mandrr In chief nf tlie I'.nii- r , tlonary forces on the Contiiie i' .f r .i the correytKind nt to-day and a i.. lb military situation. Itefi-i. i versa tioti was over the linn i . ., mandrr, mswetitiR a ipieim, . . IliK the result of lh war. said "Indeed, theie Is no o-i '' , outcome. I was never -a . o ii - ,, vlitory ns I am to-lay 1 .i i fldent ns tlcn. Orant w.i- w i. i command of the Ainu of t . i ,, . lie kept nt It, and si shall we "What were the moi nip-, i r trlbutlnR factors tiiaking u e from Mons sc lire acain-i . odds"" Sir John was ask.-l "The dogged ten..ct of . i regular army, vvhb h .ontc.t. ' .. foot of the ground as we fe I the nnwer "Not oie e , .1 . - , lose heart Thci under -to.' wore, not defeated. Inn rual . , teglc retreat befor.' he.iv . M In Itnportunce was. tin v r cavalry In Its aggr ,. In preventing the caval-i n from getting around ns' "And what tn you w.i- th ral moment nf all vmp . i i L I'ran'c?" was the next -pi answer had char.n tcr rst i and decisiveness . "On the r.-tr-al finm vi.., , Cateau we weie n . ii o r . r In a vety dangerous po-nio i H. i r llcrm.iii amhition foi t of our little arnn mtg realized If our envilte h i I eipial to Its tusk of nil' n- l " of our steady d s, Ipllne t 'eci -- Sir John I'rench hi- r- . i. ough study of the - i n,. j civil war, and fiom the v . , i ' . lessons which lie has fon .1 rrane. ll mcntion.d et- son. "To me Oen. Ja-'kson w Cromwell than nnv nine- I. - I. j toiy," i-nld the Hiitlsh "n i u. hale followed all Ins n,a ' ImIIIcs with unflagging id , i had the tel gloiis exalt. .i . , w-.'li. his dash and dele i i- i his ready strategy, ami it. t . . I Inspiring his troops with - -J doniltuble spirit of cnerg I "Hut of all y out n - i I , I! Lee in his patience, n.i- t- r i poiee, ills sfiunilness of in it'o- his posseseloil Of tin 1 1 1 it command in all em- m- - -most, In mi opinion ' As a soldier speali ns oi - er John l rench was fa t, lei To them he pa d a -rinl it-. tribute "Hut I hey ale no g other soidleis." he mhI I . then valor and tbe.r v r .1 cohesion to tne fact t iat ft' 'l' ' t'tej are taught ills- ipll-ie ari l '- slop their Lmperor and tlu- ".i'ii anil that it is their duly to die f- farherlarid when t'len l.ni niands " "As to the i on. u ' of i .ie i.i in , it as bad as repi esen'.-d'"' w i- a of Sir John "Have they ioiis-t. I . broken the tules of .ivilized viarfa. LiieUCtt "Yes," he replied, "in m.iiiv "i-- their conduct has been bad. v-m i 1 know that it has been Hu' vailed. It has teemed to lep. i 1 the commanders If a comm.iri .- I proves of outrages tbey o. . lit' the main lierman conduct d. p. J the character' of the dermic . r "And the 1'ienili atiny y i ''fighting as ,m fn- , -gi 1 how doe. It .oinpaie w.t'i tin - M ?. "I r V.' '".".'i. ' 'h!""!. The '-'tench al 11 - ins undet the shadow of Cn . 'defeat in lsTO, wbnh nigh led both t he -'i en- h and t -'general to think that t'u- 1 tatv ma. lime was l.eav I.. resist Ibli- The l-'tenc'i t lleirned the i otitra: v ari l I must, il .1 has not I of their splendid ginei.r louiage .ii driving t'i from the Mame. They l,m I Napoleon's lime, tnanks lo I reneweil contldein c Man ' are tietter than the Hi-nri' -their army has i out c i . Vnce the wat began, wh . army has detei ior.ite-1 v, ant evidenc" of the mi t.on on out own -'jo 1 lack thi for -iu i i igot ir I GERMAN SHIP ESCAPES tjiri, l ,ib'f Irs1,1'. l LoNtioN, Mar 'h .'.". despatch f i ii-ii M.i'ln ! gram fio.n Las Pal i i-, tClteiattug tlie s'.ri llamburg-Ainc r -ti.,- which was Inter ned "i. -lung of the w ir, has s,-, The despat Ii s,,v t the Macedonia s.iilni fur to supply i ier-iian s,. , , nnd provis'or.s wh -Austral'a at t'ic .h g - I a I (iuViJ it. i.. i . ' 59 years ot practi successful clothes tn..' ing have taught u- '.! fact that eannent-. inferior materials, n .' to sell at a big pr. t appealed to an extrc ly small percent. m " men. -i t I We found that qu. and service were watchwords of sip ful advanccmenl . S' adopted the poll incorporating Uk-m tures in every sue overcoat we made This was the line "i . ' resistance the ni.ic, which brought rs' crs back to out with undiminislic ' thusiasm and un 'i confidence. 1 , rfROKAW Broth i h Astor Placed Foutiii A- SllhM.1V Sl lIU"! .11 '