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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1915. situation which demanded that the dent out short his period of relaxation here. VILLA TlEEDS SCOTT. Aurces In ) I ('onnscntliili of Mine, null Muellers. nt. 1'Aso, Aug, 10. MnJoMlen. Srolfs mission to the bonier to prevent con flxcfttloti of American and foreign mlnc-i nnd snielters In Vllln's territory nnd to bring about restoration of foreign mer chandise seltcd by the Mexican lender was successful, from what he nave out to-day. This and not peace In Mexico brought Oen. Scott here. (leu. Hcntl made the following statement ! "After n three hour confereiirn thlK morning at J, F. Wllllnms's residence nt West ltlo (Irnnde. Hen. Villa has assured me that tho mining men's meeting which he hnd called for Monday will lie In definitely postponed, lie nlo assured! me that the foreign merchandise In Chihuahua, which was ronllscntcd by his Bovcrnmcnt last week, will lie leturned to Its rightful owners. Those who vio lated th law regulating the price of fnml will he tirosecuted In the civil court. My mission to tho border, therefore. Is accomplished and I am waiting now for , further orders." j Oen. Villa returned to Juarez as soon as the conference ended and Rave orders to prepare his train for departure fori the south to-tilRht. Villa had scarcely reached Juarez when Mayor Tom Lea called a local newspaper on tne tele phone. Will Arrest Vllln. "I hear they had that bandit from Juarei over here posing for moving pic tures this morning," said tho Mayor. "You sav that If this thing happen" ngaln. I will utop It If It takes the wholo notice force of Kl I'aso. You can ulso say that If th.U bandit comes to Kl I'aso , nguln. the ponce lorcn nns timers iu throw hint Into Jail, and the police will do It too. "Certain people raised sand around here because a few people gathered on the streets and shouted "Viva lluerta'' That bandit over In Juarez Is no better and he Is going to Jail If he comes back to fil Paso. "There nro no Ifs or amis about It. He will be locked up If he comes over here BRaln," Shortly nftor 7 o'clock this morning Col. It. K. I Mlchle. aid to Oen. Scott, nnd Ueorge C. ("Brothers, State Depart ment representative, went to Oen. Villa's home In Juarez and oscortcd the Mexi can leader to the American side. An escort of Villa's personal bodyguard known as the Corps of Oold 'accom panied their chief to the meeting place. At the International bridge on Santa Ko street a detachment of the Sixteenth Infantry was. drawn up to receive the Mexican lleneral nnd escort hltn to the Williams residence. Mr. Cnrotliers nnd 1 Alberto Madero were the only ones I present at the meeting of the two Oen- ; erata. Although Oen. Scott speaks some , Spanish, It was thought necessary to have Interpreters present. Mr. Madero and Mr. Carothcrs acted In that capacity, Vllln Srems flensed. About 11 o'clock Villa emerRed smiling from the Williams home, re entered his automobile accompanied by Mr. Cnrothers nnd Col. Mlchle and was whttked back to Juarez. His body, guard remained on the front porch of the residence while the meetlnR was In progress. No further conferences will be held according to Oen. Scott. He declined to nay what he and Oen. Villa talked over, any plans for restoring peace In Mexico or not. but It Is generally believed that they did and that tho matter of con fiscations was n mere Incident to the conference. Oen. ScoU does nut know definitely what his next move villi be, though It Is rumored that he will go to Nogales. Ariz., to Investigate conditions there J as a result of the Investment of Nogales, j Sonora, by Carranza forces under Oen. CeJles. j Oe. Scott's visit to the border fol lowed the confiscation last week In Chi- , huahua by Villa of all stores, whether foreign or native owned, nnd the nn- nouncement from Villa headquarters i that American mining men would be ex pected to meet In Chihuahua on August . 9 on a matter of Importance. Twice before such meetings have been called nnd Villa each time has) naked . the mining men for a loan of $330,000. The request was refused In both In- i stance's. Four months ago Oen, Villa ' Issued a decree that all mlnlnR and smelting properties would be subject to confiscation unless they were operating by a certain period. That period ended on July 31. I Foreign mining men In Villa terri tory, the great majority of whom are Americans., feared that wholesale con fiscation of their properties would result If they again refused Villa's demands. Many properties are not In oiicrntlon be cause railway facilities nre lacking nnd It would be, miner" nay, physically tm rcelble to wctk them. Vllln I'lnnncler. It costs 10 cents In American money to send or take one peso, Villa flat cur rency. Into Villa territory, uceordlsg to a decree Issued to-day by Oen, Villa through tho office of his Minister of Fi nance, Francisco Kscudero. Kvery per son entering Villa territory from the United Htntes with Villa currency on his person must pay an Import duty of 10 cents gold to the Villa customs men for I every peso in their possession. I As the peso can be bought on the . border at less than 2 cents gold, this I decree means the arbitrary raising of Ite I value o00 per tent. In cases where the i mot.ey Is Imported to Vllln territory. Americans have been buyini: this money In Kl I'aso at 2 cents and taking It to Juarez and buying railroad tickets with It. They could buy a ticket to Torreon, over 400 miles, for JC', Mexican money. They could buy this $41! worth of Villa money In Kl i'aso for fil tents. Now they will have to pny $1.10 duty to get It over to Juarez. A number of Mexican families have been expelled from Nogales, Souora by Gov. Maytorcna for sympathizing with the Carranzn cause. BATTLESHIPS that sailed last night Lean. Capt. George F. Cooper commands' from Newport, presumably on their her. Below, the New Hampshire, corn way to Vera Cruz. Above, the Louisiana, manded by Capt. Edwin A. Anderson. To llagship of Rear Admiral Thomas C. Mc- the left, Rear Admiral McLean. 2,000 ALLIES KILLED! ,4 LLES UNITE IN NOTE IN STRAITS BATTLE 1 MBom Turks Say Attack on Trendies Was Repulsed With (Ircnt Sliuifililcr. ftKKX KOHCEM ENTS LAND fptcinl Vnhtf l)einltli tn Tun Sl. CoNsTANTlS'oi't.E, via wireless to Lon don. Aug. 10. The Turkish War Office announces; giiltm on the Oalllpoll renin sula to-day In the following statement: On our east wing we advanced forty meters near 'Icdd-cl-Halir. On Friday we repulsed the enemy, who made two fruitless attacks against this wing. The enemy Inst 2,000 In killed before our tretichen, On Saturday we repulsed three pro tracted mid violent though fruitless nttneks. The enemy ndvnnced In dene rnnks sgnlnst our rentre nnd left wing. Kveryvvheru we diovc the enemy back to his former positions. Our Rallant troops, not content with hti"'"!! frustrated three repeated I enemy attacks, then penetrated n pnrt I... ..uil.ll.l,lr,i themselves ngalnst their ndversary. V t"iiitto'd 100 prisoners. On Saturday night the enemy, under T of ihe guns from his fleet, landed fresh troops In the neighbor hood of Knrntcnatl, on the northern shore of the Oulf of Saros. nnd also at two points north of AvI lliiruu. The enemy trooiw at Karatchall were completely driven out, leaving behind twenty killed. The enemy troops who landed north cf AvI lluriiu made some ltd value under the pro tection of the Meets' guns. In the evening, however, the advance was nrrested by our counter attacks. The next morning we repulsed the enemy nltncks, Indicting serious losses mid capturing both officers and men. ASKING AID OF BULGARIA Representatives of Four Nations Deliver Communica tion Seeking Action as Part of Common Under standing With Balkan States. I'Alils. Aug. 10. A despatrh from Ha- i loiilca says that diplomatic rcpresctitn-1 lives of Fralire, Ilussln, Oreat Itrltaln i anil Italy have, delivered a Joint coinmu- I nlcallon to llulgarlii with a view to pro-1 curing Its collaboration with thu Allies, ns part of a common understanding with i the llalkmi Htntrs. , The action wns taken In conjunction with the presentation of similar com- miinlcatlons to Orceee and Serbia. It Is ; In response to Bulgaria's request forvln-i formation from the Quadruple Kntcate I powers concerning the advantages she might expect In exchange for her active I cooperation with them. j ALLIES CLAIM CAINS. A YEAR AGO IN MEXICO April 1C. 1 VI 4 The Florida nnd l'ralrle In .Mexican wnlers. War ships Arkansas, Vermont, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Yankton, Sonoma, Orion, Ontario, Michigan nnd Tncoma sailed to eastern coast of Mexico. April IS, 1011 Twenty-two thousand seven hundred nnd seenty-Ile naval men and oltlcers ordered to Mexico. Warship" les Moines, Chester. Dolphin. San Francisco. Nashville. Illrmirghain : fourteen torpedo destroyers; South Dnkot. Cleveland, Chnttatioosa and Mary land sent to Mexico. April 20, 1914 American merchant vessel warned to lejve Mexican waters. April 21, 1911 Vera Cruz seized. April 22, 1914 Battleships Georgia, Vltglnla. Nebraska. West Virginia and four torpedo destroyrs sent to Mexico. April 23, 1914 Transports Kil patrlck, Meade. Sumner nnd .vc Clcllan take Fifth llrlgade from Galveston to Vera Cruz. April 24, 1914 Special Inshore fleet orsanlzed under Hear Admiral Wlnslow to patrol east const of .Mexico. April 23. 1914 ll.ittle.shlp New York sails for Mexico. April 2S 1914 Sixth Cavalr) leaves Galveston for Vera Cruz on San Marcos. Apt II 30, 1911 (!en. Funston lands troops. May 10, 1914 Montana arrives In New York with dead marines. Six large steaiwhlps chartered by War Department for transports for Mexico, M.iy 23. 19H Cruiser Albany at-i tempts to land part of crew nt Arista, west coast of Mexico. November 23, 1914 The American vessels In Mexican waters ordered to winter nt (lunntanaino. March 1, 1915 Warships Georgia and Washington orJered to Vera Cruz from Guantnnnmo. Murch 16, 1915 Two wnrshina ordered to l'rogreso. Yucatan. GAS FAILS GERMANS BRITISH AUXILIARY IN A NIGHT ATTACK CRUISER TORPEDOED BULGAIiS SET PRICE. Wont Merlilin Mnprilnnlii n lie-1 tsnril for Intervention. lly the Vnitrit Vref ' Som, Hulgarla. Aug 9 (via Uerlln, Aug." 10). Hulgarla will send her I armies mardilng ngalnst Constantinople In twenty-four hours If Seibla will cede I Mncedonln to her. ; V. Iladoslavort. Prime Minister of , Hulgarla and the man who more than 1 any other to-day holds the destinies of Kuropo In his hand, made this trunk statement to me to-day TEUTON MOVE BRINGS RUMANIA NEAR WAR ItoniK, Aug. 10. The massing of Austro-GermHii forceH on the Ser bian frontier, especially near Orsovn, Is expected to nfford ft pretext for Itumanla's Intcncntlon. It Is believed hero that Instead of Intending an In vasion of Serbia the Austro-tlerniKtis Him to Intimidate llumanln with the hope that that country will permit the transportation of munitions des tined for Turkey. Rumania, however, Is determined not to niter her policy In this respect, while nt the slightest provocation she Is ready to Intervene. Military ac tion on her part undoubtedly would hasten the entrance Into the war of Hulgarla. Orsovn Is n Hungarian vIIIurc on the Danube at the point where the boundaries of Hungary, Serbia nnd ttuinaula meet ZEPPELINS KILL 14 IN RAID ON ENGLAND Nine Women. Four CliiMrrn mill One J'nn Demi 1-J IVr.sons Injured. AlKMK.V TMMfSrr. IN I'm, participation of our arms '.n the gen .ii enniltet. We have, therefore, In an exclusive Interview granted the f'ranUly and openly accepted the offers .'nlted Press the Hulgarlan Premier for of !th groups of Powera n negoiia- . . I.I llnnu tn tll.1l I'llll. UniV IU IICIlllllK the llrst time, reseaieu ui urn " I ,.,.. ,, . ,i . ,m ... I .,1 f lucndhu v l.oml- I 11H uvfi, rim,. " - - ,.,m -. cure the best guarantees that what wv quickly fVllngulshed iti.il desire will be attained. i terlal iiniinige was u..m- On the part of the Allies we are -hip ""? ' . 1 .'lllll ll'll . i.iiioii " 1 exuctlv what Hulgarla demands ror re maining neutral and what she askM of the Allies for driving the Turk from that aiitiiitteniy Sptrtal CnM? Ueittrh In Ter I5NHOS, Aug. 10.-llerm , i ' i made it new raid on Kiigt.uul , nnd to-day the press burea-i that lillii) women, four elilldre . i nmn were killed by the, bomb dropped, Twelse others, of i were women nnd children, wh It wu8 the tlftecnth a r i.i n ngalnst Kliglntul slmc tin- w r n The total number of deaths f thes" 'riilds Is reporteil n- v. Tho nntl-alirrnft gun rt d work that one of the y.ip;i. ilamaged so sevelely that it w to nllght lift the io.i..t I put out nnd towed It In " Ostcnil. The Admiralty ! p"r I .1 explosion completely de-tiu.. i ship. From Amsterdam It I- ! . live Zeppelins! wen sighted I! on Vllelalid, near the ei 1 Zuyder Zee. They were t.i . , ,i westerly murce III the d i ' const of Scotland. dlillrnll Iteport llnl.l. The Admiralty Issued Pie i . statement on the raid "A siUiulron of hostile a i the east coast last night in ' ' illg between the hour- i-f ' nnd 12 Mil A. M. "Some tires wrTe callnd l I . ' war for the Allies. 1 Id knows. On the seven women and two hii. lien. II n in 1 1 1 iii llrporla Victory Oirr Turk Troops Limited. i.oMsi.v, .Aug. in. , gain oi tvv i .... nids oer n front of noil yards has , .'..,;,,' fl.ar , Rrf)U'n,ti,-he suld with i. .i.ii ii'p. i. ,. o,.,-,i i, , emphasis. r. ........ l I. .......I. Iu flin rniv VHliir inp WI1U1I' lIH niiwnn. to he rr lot clrc . ed 111 -Mropeati 1 part of Germany. Austria nnd Turkey . .... i . ' i...i., .! Con- we nre only nsked for a continuation ' . ..... ..... t ...,.., I i All! r".t lit V 1 1 fit 1 1 stantliiopie, wouiii iieni.iiiii i'"" "The International, lommrr- ...1 l"n,o ul: f, lV ,! "! political responsibilities attach- the future holds fo. lie r nortrilso that a ' '" Hviipyli.K tliu geogrnphlca it entirely and tle A L I Position of Constuntlnolilc ale too great solemn .!edgo of ci report received tan Hamilton root n g nas tcen gained on vnunuK :: .,.....; .........u ...mnln n.ir a.wi .inoti,..,. t.mii,, .rf.eted !.. for a nation that must always remain 'roncli IN'pnlst' Invadei's in Lc l'retre Fores! nnd in Artois Kcirlou. IHO (il'NS AISA1X AT WORK ,riit( Ctihlf Dupntrh In The it 1'Ants, Aug. 10. The nermann ued asphyxiating gas In preparing for an attack In I.e Pretre forest Inst night, but were unable to mu'te any headway against the strong resistance of the Krepch. Klsewnere on the I'rench front tho last twenty-four hours have ben rrlntlwily calm. There wad nrtlllery activity In Artois. In the Arsonne and In the forest of Apremont during the day. A tier man Infantry nttnek in Artois was re pulsed Kisrlity of Crew of Stemnxliip Indin Wepoi'ted Saved in North Sen. where. The text o, his report follows: "Sir Ian Hamilton reports that fight ing nt several points on finlllpoll Pin Insula li.i" taken place during the last few days. Substantial progress 1ms teen made. In the southern iope 200 yards on a small, like Hulgarla. Knit In Vle lllll One "We will tight but for one end. That I in i.itend our fiontlcrs until they embrace the peoples of our own blood. of our neutrality until the end of the war. "Candidly, this latter reipiest we arc loath to grant. We cannot foretell what holds for us. to discount our hands by a continued neutrality One Zeppelin was aged by th't gunllre of t . fences anil wns reported t' being towed Into Ostein! S ie been subjected to coiitn.u .' aircraft from Dunkirk .rM -der heavy tlte, nnd It l i- v that after hmlng her bio her rear compirlmea's il . would be "liniM.lltlc In.U-ed. Wo might I completely ileittoc.t ! a front of .100 yards has been gained east ,;,,, ),. WOnre ready. If we are asked agree to remain neutral for a shorter period. Hut whether we remain neutral or whether w tight our end nnd the motives governing our decision will re main tho same. "We have no disposition to play for l. ih... n.,f-i,tltitlr.M. We seek nt, to .,itizui;e tilt etiell) but that end must be guaranteed to us jonv , Cllln Kl,,rantees that will Insure landing in the dark.1' beyond all doubt. If we are nsked to . .lil40iut,. rp.ilij-.ition of our national The night was cxtrem. . was accompanied b thu-n i i. which rendered night 11. i planes very difficult. "It Is regretted lb.it 1-V.gM It. IxjiiI. who was one of i ie i Hkiu.in, Aug 1". Ttie Hritlsh nuxll of the Kilthla road, and has ben held In spite of determined counter attacks In tight with Orceee, Serbia and llumunu In u new Ha kan iilllance. on the sine oi which have been renul.ed with heavy (h(l A,1Ul((j mlr wllllllKllt, r,.nmlns the loss to th encniy. itepeated attacks by the Tuiks elsewhere in tills zone were l eaten off. "Several attacks by Trench corps have same To the Allies we say; mvr m liack Seiblun Macedonia nnd we will light In the way we can serve ou best.' " V. ItmloslaMiff Is the storm centre of slstnnce r'i"r" uii'iuin "- - -" ' . . ...i i I has ever seen. Hecause Hulgarla holds Klghty of tlie crew were saved by the,,,)Unuk H"r ,,,,,,, f si;lr, u,,r iBO the ke to the world war the diplomatic amshlp C.oistland. j hu, Knm, ,llir the elest nccuphil "gents of eveiey great Power Involved here, llieir pussuie cciuriiiK l-.rv cruiser Indli ha- been torpedo.. I In j ;"art' '"V w.. ' ' C0" he North Sea l.v a (iermaiv submarine '" "i" "'ov' '1 pf T'l a" while enterln Itestfjunl, Sweden. steamsnip l.oisuanu. i nu, i,rf R1,m, M, tnt. t.1P,t occuii .ifter tierce tluhtlllL' noil the s.leeessful The IniMn foimerly brlnngeil to the , utormltiK of s.-nnaly held positions. Peninsular nnd Oiltntal Steam Navlga-1 t.o, too. the iiwiid'i lossi s have been tlon Company. Hie was taken over , considerable. The advanee was begun by the Hritlsh !nvernmftit at the be-j at n.ght under cover of a searchlight ginning of the war. Sie wis built In fioni a dt-strnver. lviiS nn-t wns a steel screw steamer of f ' KNewber a freoi landing has been 7,1100 ton.-i ilisplaieincnt. huccessfully (ffeeted and considerable ' ' ' tirogiesh made. . . . k v 'Si hundred nnil thllt.v ul uiers Ipivr AMERICAN'S PASSPORT FALSE. 1 be,,, taken, together u.th Notden- 1 feldt, two bonili mortars, nine machine I guns and n laive iiumliei of bomlis. Siatt red about .tie ipiantltlcs of the rn spiiper ( iil-re.ioiileill Is. I'loeit i; no In London, lfinl t'tltil' Ittltnlri to Tin s, t The afternoon communique was as fol- I Losiios, Aug. 10. H Harold Tr.iser. ITALIAN OFFENCE TO HALT TEMPORARILY TO GRAB PART OF TEXAS? Mexican Plot llelilml llorder llnlds, nylnic Hit milt h. Brownbviu.r, Tex., Aug. 10. An ex. planatlon cf the purposes nnd extent of the Mexican raids of the past tlnee weeks was obtained to-day from Jesus Garcia, a Mexican, wounded and cap tured In tho Sunday night fight at No rlas, who Is expected to die. He said many Mexicans, especially the lower classes, hope to regain imisschso of that part of Texas between the ltlo (irnnde ml the Nueces Itlver, or roughly, the trip Isaunded by Hiownsvllle and Cor pus Chrlsll and return ft to .Mexico Troops Will Oct Clinncc to Es tablish Themselves in Con inered Positions. lows : In the Artois district, to the north of I the .Voucher railway station, the (!er- mans last night delivered two at tucks in which they made use of I bombs. They were driven back to their trenches by our tire. In the Argnune, In the eastern part I of the forest, last night witnessed a ! cannonade and rifle tiring, but with no , Infantry engagements, There was ' also fighting with bombs nnd hand grcmides nt Vnwiuols. In th forest of l.e Pretre the ene my, after a violent bombardment, nt tacked about 8 o'clock yesterday even ing our trenches In the vicinity of l.n Crolx-des-Carmens. but they v.ere checked by a curtain 'if lire from the French troops. During the night a further nttnek ni-companlcd by a bom bardment of hells containing as phyxiating gas 's, also was checked by our artillery. In Lorraine n reconnaissance made by the enemy ngalnst the Million and the mill nt Moncel was easily re pulsed. The night passed quietly In the Vos ges. The night communique wns as fob lows : The d-iy was calm. Artillery ac tions are reorteil In Att- ls. In the valley of rhe Alsne Oeglnn of Troyon). on the holders of the Ar gonne K'"iest and in the forest of Apremont. Four of the nlrinen who took pan In the bombaidment of Parresbiurk have no: returned to our lines. due of them. It Is reported, descended In Swit zerland, near Payarne, in the cntiWn of Vaud. newspaper correp indent born In Chi cago of Scottish parents, was fined tr.n (J2.'i0) in How stleet Mill(e court to- day, charged with poesstig an irregu- lar or false Mpnrt, Issued by the I American Kmbjssj heie Inst .Man h. The Crown set forth that Pi-user travelled In the country of Hrltaln's enemy after he obtained his passport, and when It expired he promptlv ob tained a Hrltlh one. Ills conduct. It was nserted, rendered Americans liable to suspicion and led to dllllcultles be tween the Hritlsh Foreign Olllce and the State Department at Wellington. Frnser. It was pointed out, lo-t his American cltli'tishlp by five vears ab sence frnm that country anil neglecting to comply with the State Department's regulations, and therefore he committed a crime when he eouuht P issports under the laws of both countries swiu m upon him. "Hulgarla Is fully prepared and wait ing to enter the war the moment she receives absolute guarantees that by so doing she will attain that for which other nations alieaily engaged are striv ing, nam.y. the ic.illzatlon of her national Ideiis," sunt the Piemler. "The tiu.k of tluse nspSrat'.' lis lie 1 lu Serbian Mat edonln, which, with Its l.SdO.liiifi of Hulgarlan peoples, was pledged and assigned to us at the close of the nisi H.ilkau war. It Is still 1 ours by right and the principle of na I tlonallty. When the Triple Dttvtite I can nssuie us th.it this teriltoty will I be returned to Hulgarla and our minor claims iu (IrrcUn Maculonla and else- Itiisslmis llenol.e .!. -rii I AllneUs I where realized the Allies will find us enemy's rides, ammunition and equipment." PUT TURKS TO FLIGHT. In Pnssliii. itlle , lendy to light with them. Hut these llfils. and Just what these are It seems essential to me the world now should know. "Th'-re are now living outside the borders of Hulgarla S.onO.linn Hul garlans. The bulk of these Inhabit dis tricts contiguous to us and constitute the maiofltv of the population of these districts. We aspire to have them J united in one rHtnerlami. or tins loiai number ."OO.uoO Inhibit Husslan Hes sarahla. Another Iton.OOO are In Hu mania. Others are In Thrace, but the greater number, about 1.S00.0AO, Inhabit Serbian nnd Oreclnn Macedonia. It Is there, we frankly admit, that the bulk of our national aspirations ulso lie. lllll), llllll Itefnuers. "Already we have over ilnO.000 refu gees, laigely from Serbian and (Jreclan Macedonia. Indeed, half the population of Soil i consists of refugees. They ate our brothers, of our own blood, Simply caring for them e-an nver be a real solution of the great problem. Only a united Hulgarla can solve that. "While Hulgarla Is quite ready to partie'lp.ite In the war, she does not underestimate the cot. She knows that Turkey is strong, far stronger than Oltope .vet teallzes. Die fatigue which our nrmy n.i ii ..p.lt.. fr.lt itl llln , tw ,.f ... guanmtees most lie rial and absolute. .... w. nn, ,nMe,i ....,.. ()ur ,roo. - .ire in Hturr vuihhimhi mi hi ntiui MAKES OAS BOMB HARMLESS, FIGHTING NEAR HOOGE. ItoMK. Aug. 10. Oen. C.idnma, the Italian Commander ,n Chief, has de cided to cease his offensive on a large scale until the Itullau troops have hud a chnnco to establish themselves thor oughly in newly conqueied positions. This news come from L'dlne. It is said the Austrian losses In wounded alone havo reached a total of STi.OOO. WARNING FOR WARSAW. (irnii'itiN Tlireiilen lleiilli I'riuilt; Tor Hostile el. 1oNtinV, Aug, 10 The following )roclainatloii was posted In Warsaw on the entry of the Herman army: "Inhabitants of Warsaw Your city Is In f lei trail hands, but wo wage war only niriilnst hostile troops, not against peitrr fill cltljens. Peace and order shall be preservnl and rights protected, "I epe t tho citizens of Wnrsaw to iinderin' e no hostile action, to trust Her' man sense mil Justice nnd obey the In s'r""otis of Herman commanders, "It has, however, come to the knowl edge of the Herman military command ers that the enemv has prepared at tacks ngalnst the safety of our troops I i ei. .......... m, ,.....?..... 1 ,,. r.,,i.,,.ittUl to take us hostages lenders nnd most prominent citizens of I he town, who will be pledge for the security of our troops. "With ou It rests to protect the llvrs of1 1 lies" fellow citizens of yours ifr,,,t t jV Itt.lHltrit tit Till St PETiHir.tt vn, Aug 0. The following' "Liiiurtuimteiy our aspirations nic i .vpnpped than ever They have been ollfclal statement with reference It) thel"l nimnnnie i uiteci torcc oi our organized on tlie Huss.an military svs Cnnc isus was made nubile bv the Hen- I ,,rnu'' " c"l,ll"t nn" tl"i' tent The. r oltlcers have studied In the . 3(TnK Up" I territories which wo feel nre rightfully let.l.ng military school of Kurope. '. ..... 'ours. Instead, tin must be ce'.'d to '.The whole nation Is piovlsiomd We repulsed Turkish attacks In the I others in omp, nsatlon for the p-epired ns never befoie." Passlnc .illey abnig the entire front on Sunday. There was u desperate stniKKle for the .Mtugherlr Pass, which our troops had cuptutcd, but the enemy was compelled to withdraw Iu disorder to the southward. in the direction uf the Kuphiates our troops pursuing the iclieatlng Turks after seveie fighting look the position of Palanteken, rapturing two cniiuot, with their caissons, a quantity uf cnitridges, arms, u telephone post, a cat avail of camel and prlsoneis, In cluding the commander of a regiment of Infantry and four other olllceis. Our columns pursuing the enemy arc continually making fiesh pris oners. The Itallnn Cpiisul-iiener.ii and Con suls inv coiilldlng the inleiests of their ccuiui) to the American consular lepie-sentatlve-s. Ilrltlsli Hold ( nptiireil firoiiinl mill llepiilif AlltieU. Simlal CaMf Vttimtrh tn 1 lin St i I.onpon, Aug. 10. The Hrltlsli troops , i,, tlr, ,imyi therefore, of any one who who made npprcilnblo gains yesterday ,, nv knowledge of a design to make near Hooge retained the conquered pos. HttjuH ,,f nv uind promptly to notify Hons to-day. The situation Is reviewed (jerm.in authorities In the Interests by Field Marshal Sir John French In 1 f ,H f,.llow citizens as well as the the following report : I p.'ace and safety of Warsaw "To the northwest of Hooge, ns well "Whoever Is guilty of negligence In is in tin; ruins or mo village hscii, we i this respect or gives nssistunce to at A despatch finm I.alliach. Austria, t consolidated tho ground gnlned yester- j rnc(f, nmfi pM,oct In pay the death 11 .1 ... Iln.l,,. 11... lll r.niilui.il II . ,, , t ,..... .., I,,.. : IUV, liurillg inil IllKlll we iriiiiineii u (oiiinih "J I .,. lf,,trv nttnek. Yestenlav lift- ernoon tliere wns no Infantry fight. trlan troops released from the Husslan fiont are lit ginning to arrive on the Italian front. VIENNA REPORTS GAINS. Spirlul Ctthlr Ut'iMtch In tub Mrs Vir.NN.v. via Amsterdam, Aug, In,- Oa-rcln said u political party having , tik. follnwlnir nllu-lal retiort of oner. this aim exists In the southern part of ntf)n(, on the Itallnn fiont was Issued Texas. The recent raids weie organized 1 in.nlk.iit lug, but there was n violent nrtlllery engagement, ns n result of which nil the trenches Iu the open ground south of Hooge became untenable, for either side, "We have now slightly withdrawn the position of our line which lies south of the village, This makes no material difference In our position ns a whole, to steal horses, guns nnd ammunition to equip a Mexican force, NEW SERUM AIDS FRENCH. t'setl Willi Mticcens In ri-t i-nl I nir Wonnil Infect loo. On the Italian front Hie dally nr tlllery engagements In the south western set lion continued vesterday, lu Hie region of (iorltz and Plavn this bombardment was very violent, Three Italian nttneks on our ad vanced positions west of Dolierdo wero repulsed. All attack on Zagorn, south east of PI. i va, ulso wns lepulsed, I ' I on, the lemaliuler of tlu Italian front theie Is nothing to report, pAitis, Aug 10 i:perlnients with a rew polyvalent seium used ngnlnst wound Infection have proved the remedy to bo of great Importance In the treat ment of wounded soldiers. The setuni win. il l.eoe'iireil lu1 Ill's I lei'l I lupin, unit Vallee last .Much. So far they have 1 "t-imri inn mi . ..ii..r.-n. r PEACE MOVE BY DUTCH QUEEN? been able to prepare no more than 2,000 flasks dully, numt of which Is sent im mediately tn the base hospitals. The serum Is a coiulilniitliin of a number of serums used against dlfieicnt vniietlea of b.ieten.i It Is the nit,, in send qirintllles of It to Hid tiring line. wlict t mis be ei n Ki'stloiiN to Poii' Henleil, .Vjierfiif Vnhlt lirt)ilrh tn Tim Si v Tun ll.vuiu:, Aug. I0. It Im reported and seml-otlliially denied nt the same time thiil fjiiein Wllhelmlna has written to the Popii In fnvor of a conference of u.i as iii.tl-let.inus J tu'iitnil Powers for the purpose of pro- tllollio.' pence penalty." DEPLORES "CHANT OF HATE." IFOOD EXPORTS JUMP; . ! MANUFACTURES FALL I'll 11 c hi Aloft In I ou. A thick fog vvhb h ovet' h b ncl and the east coast t. i ! of thu Hritlsh aviatotsw'o -bat the Invadels espe. , They were nblu to see but a . fiont of them and wei i constant daugir of cn!!i- ' one of the Zeppelins oi w "i own machines. It was because of th s f. . . i Sub-Lieut, Lord lost h s unable to see the- grout : : alighted nnd his nnch was wt l.leut. Lord was the u i s. Kley Lord, He was , i n . ' dance where he was d.n i , Il.tiicee, the daughter of W t' !! v he took the young mini to tin ' after lie hud been fatal ' i I it ..king a landing .Mr Heevoi.-sl was killed last November The (Jov et nuieiit lias p'ev hidden the publication of new -air attacks except lu so f . chose to give out infortrat!" i own aceiiunt The present ra.i! -ceptlon. Particulars nro tie beyond theolllci.il repot t T places may not be meiitlone l Hrlef leporls from Ho'lit i . creased activity of (lOiin.m the tii'ithwarii. Five Zr,.' teported to have been si' land speeding westwa.il . nlng. Four iKtssed Am. tl.iv , eastward ImuimI. pmi base at Cuxhavtii. BRITAIN TO GUARD ITS GOLD I ,t OlllCI'S l IO I ' It III l lliellls III I lllleil .;.irt'itl I'oli'r i -i. i 1nNI'l.N. U-' I" l I nudum Paiiis, Aug 10- A .simple and Inex- pens've iliv.i' to jirotect soldiers from etret'glhe "i'g ' " poisonous Kll.es is k.U la lllive been in. I i 'if ' b ' ' vcnied by II. ram MaMm I the I'lllted Kingdoni The contrivance causes the jras to I u el I ' ' 1'. S. Slllll F.lll'0ie .S7(i. 000.001) r so 1,11,1 I'""' "'' tlu heads of the men I il- t" hold tVn i Worth of Horses iind .Mules - " in n Year. W.vslllNUTON', Aug. 10. --A statement Issued bv the Department of Comnierco to-day shows that the Impoits for Jun weie $ 1 r.7.ti95,000. and the exports i:fil,ri4",iiiHi. Hxpotts of foodsliilTs In crude cotnl' Hon and food nnliiuls for the ll.-cil eai nniounted to $r,uT,0iiii.oo0. I'oin imred with J 137.01,0,000 It) 1!l( l-'ood-sttitTs pattly or wholly manufacture 1 totalled $4.'i2.o00,Oiio. tomp.ned with PJsIt.noO.Ooo In I'll I. Crude materials for use In inaiuifac Hiring showed a decrease fiom Tc dill). (Mill In jr.Oli.iMiM.O'Ui Manufai lures brolher of Lord Nortluilffe, who was wounded last February, has been seri ously wounded again, according to an oflltial statement to-ulght, He was burn In 1!!M and Is unmarried. The lion. Kenneth liobert Diitidas, younger son of Viscount Melville, lain Commissioner In lliitlsli Hast Africa. HF.ni.tN, via London, Aug. 10. The author and big gaino hunter, has been Cologne l'oHr(fiiii", supported by the killed In the Levant. He resigned the flrnllnrr 7'i;rlmt( and other Oernnti i commlsslonershlp nt the outset of the ITAI0-TURKISH CLASH NEAR. Consuls. rv PrepiirliiK In l.rnvr Posts In Otliiiiiiin Umpire. , Sprri'il Cnhlf lir.pntri tn Tot: Siv j Atiicns, Aug. 10, Italy's relations I with Tuikey have reached a crisis, nnd! It Is announced that all Italian Consuls In the ottom in Hmpiie are preparing to , (or further use lu manufacturing also leave tholr posts. I decreased from $371.0 lion lo 3:,T,- OOO.oon. Manuf.iituies ready for con sumption Jumped from $7-4.000.0(11) to ISOS.OOII.OOO. Horses valued at js.ooo.iioo and mules at $!!,r41!.(Hi(i were exported ill June Heir of lliiron Itol lie. mere Miners , mrl,K tm, y,.,.,r t. Ni,iu,. of hoises e Mli si, tn injur? . j parted reached Jil 1,000,000, and of mules I$ii.7:i;,otio. Hurope In the last twelve mnnt'is look 11,971,000,000 of Ameii an expoits, ,oin iiild with $1, 4, OHO, Olio lu llili. The son and heir of Huron Ilothesmere. , pxnorti. ti Asia ehowed a slight Inci ease. NORTHCLIFFE'S NEPHEW HURT. jiapeis, has started a cimimlgn against Herr Frnest Llssiiuer's "Chant of Hate," song expressing hatred against hng' war to heroine a Lieutenant of .the Naval Ileserve. Th.. tolal number of prisoners: taken land. The paper points out that nt a by us yesterday was 150," time of Intel national hntred It would tm , an added evil lo Inculcate such principles r n r n i 4 xr c a ntf it I ncc I'" ,l10 mln1 "f .V0I1"B ,,h " UhtCMAiyC) AUMll j pressed In Llssauer's song. Hunt, IN, via London, Aug. 10, Tho folowing official statement was Issued lo-tlay by the HeudquiirterH Staff 10 gardlng openillons iu tho western theatre of war Last of Vpres strong Hritlsh forces succ ceded lu taking possession of the western part of Hooge, Mine explosions 111 the neighbor hood of the hamlet of llontisejour, In the Chnmpngno, were without re sult, After the destruction by our ar tillery on July 30 of the viaduct west of Dainnierklri Ii, the French threw n bridge aciiiss the llurg south of Mnnsluich, This bridge, which wnn (otnpleted H short llnie ago, wan de stroyed yesterday by a few direct hits from our nrtlllery. The "Chant of Hate" was first pub llsts'd In Jiiiii ml, mi lllustiated weekly of Munich. Later the Kaiser decorated the author with the Older of the lied ll.igle of the Foul III Class. Miss llsr haia Hindeition has tinnslated the song Into Kngllsh, The llrst stanza follows; Kreniii iiml ltuluo. the)' nuilter lint; A lilnw fur u Mow ti ml a shut fur a shot; We Inve them tint, we bills tliein not, Wi bold Hie Welchsi't nod ViivgPK g'lte. We have hut ntis uml only hale, VVe love ii x oils, we bale us line 1 VV have one fw iitul one alone, 1 He Is known In you all, he Is known tn nu III lie rrnurhM hehliul the drflk mi) llnml, Kull of envy, of niK, "f crafl, of gall, Cut nff by wnvsi Hint re thlckr tnan blood. j EVENTS IN THE WAR A YEAR AGO TO-DAY M'dl'ST II The light for tho Liege forts con tinues, HilglHiis ilevstmy tuldges and riiitw n llne neav city. France le'ialls lis Ambassador from Vienna and the Austro-lluii-garlan Ambassador lu Palis asks for and rei'iives his passports, French troops take imsscs of Hon Ileum. e and Saluto Marie In the Vosges. llattle at Neu Hrelsnch, Alsace, between Fienoh and (ierinan tinopn n believed Imminent, Field Mintdial I-ord Kitchener calls fur 100,000 ndilltlnnal Hritlsh troops. but there was f, droi In the expotts to South Ainerii'.t from i:'4,ooo,ooo to T.1 11,000,000. Aiislrla-llungar.v importrd from the I nlted States tinting lite enr only it, 240.000 worth of goods and pindtlcls, compared with j::',ooo,ooo In 1H14 fiermanv took only $i'S ooo.inio, as com paiml with 344. 000,000 in lull. Fratiee took American exports valued at Jlltl'.i, OnO.OOO, compireil with 15'.',000,ooo in the previous ear IJxport" to the l'tilted Kingdom Jumped from fRsl.oOfi.iidii to J!1 l.oon.ouii and to Ittissla from J30.Oiin.tmo to $37. 000,000. F.xportri to the Nethet lands Jumped from $1 12, 000,000 to $143,ono,ooo, in Norway from J'.i.ooo.ooo to $3ti.ti0o.oou, to Sweden from $1 4,000,000 to J7S.IIU0. 000 and to Italy fiom J74,000,000 to J1R4,000,000. liie.it Hiltaln has Intimated that tut inciease of exports lo neutral nations bordering on HeriiMiiy Indicated tli.il (lernviuy was drawing n supply from these sounes, GERMANS RELEASE U. S. SHIP. LIFE SAVING BULLETIN No. 1J All signs, bells, whistles, gates and flagmen are helpless before one automobile driv er's recklessness. How often does the true story of a grade crossing accident show this to be the case ! No matter what safe guards we throw about our grade crossings our labor is in vain without your help. If you will slow down or stop when approaching railroad tracks, grade crossing acci dents on Long Island will seldom occur. We are doinu our part. Will you do yours? Stop Before You Cross The Long Island Railroad v 'I'll ilk 1,1 1 lllll Freed on Aim, 41, lla fler lli'lnur elrril. Wahiiimitun. Aug. 10. The American nil lank steamer Llama.seliri'il by lief ninny and taken to Swineiiiunde on Au gust ti, wits lelensetl on August il, Am husMidor (leranl leported to thu Stale Department to-day, I IO er MONTH Oi PLMM.. IOF PERSONAL PROPER i THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW Y MAMIVIi N, riinrth Avenue, cor. S.MIi Street Ulilrldre Slnst, cor Itlvlnuton s;t l-eventh Ave., bet ISlh sod 40th st. Li'tlnglon Ave., cor. t'.MIh Hlns'l Hraiul flrcet, cur. (ilnttia Sirts-t. O.t 7kd lit,, bet. I.elliiKloll .V. .Id I.. .1 lloiialoa M.. tor l,w M IIIIIINN t iiuriljnitt Ave. cor Hsu, lllll l I K I V N , small SI . i or l.lvliK-.ioii 1 ilr.ih im emie, eur l ' I'llKlll Avenue cor lt 1 PLIt ( K.S I ( II U' - I.OANh Itl I' M I ' ' 2 TWO NM.LIv.s li!