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THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1913. '' rm p ' RUSSIANS IN GALICIA DRIVEN FROM BRODY gfeitona Tnko ntv: CMr'i Troops on the Stripn in Iletrral. flTN FIRM OBODKO PORTA jvriin Report! WHiMirodao Railway ('tit Northeast of City. IgecMl i nhlr rnpairh to Tiia Bcv tNPuN. !-pt. '-' - The Russians is taptdly Wtnl up (Ml1 I"" remaining p.Horv in lUlhia. ltro.lv, only three pilta from the frontier, has BOOB en otrH ly th Austrian troops, Htirl south Ternopol. BfMefc: ' l,,v' Osteal rrom m bonier, tha AustrlAn aviators report MM ma;iy treon anrl mipply trains are uu rushnl lOWfcN Itussimi MIL The RgSSlgB (MM OB the Htrlpa i uaUtntl In full retreat Mini at wri , ,..,1111 the Austrian have even ' n-e.1 the JtUeSlsna rustsant to the P". " ... - . river ottering rtvthinfcT ilkc a permanent line or re- . , i nc" f .r the ItumdHtm and It li cent rmp now lnK harveMed. and I a n Ji 1-ere thev Will make a .land f? the arr,1(rement wh,. h ,Hfiy mat " . XJuZmZ I IMIV been mad. will prove both ethcient while the romalndtf Of their t.aUelan . Hnd MtltfOOtory trmied and military material are bur-, ..Wp f)und th CanadlM troopfl at lr Tp,i n Ih Mm and to R'Pl- front In uplendld phvuleal condition and so the Inrporunot of the rail or i.uxk i ,n ni(tn p)rlt(, Tne innnmUHl,0 eouroc, jMtenlay VU ftOI exaRReratel. That ; nnrt th), utmdorful tenacity and rOOOUruO hrek pRrmittvd the Teutonic force In fUnoKM wblcb they have dlphiu In RjUOJl i lft north of OOllOW 1 bend eVery ennairement have elicited Yvt -buck tht RttMlAn HrmltH and thun to tiere the hlfhOM praise. The Canadian tliroiten WW troop In the Pouth. The I for e now tatloned at Shorncliffe and St p.i :..d DOtn held for a day. while elaewhere awaittnir orders to pro d HM Qrand Puke Nichola nllppod from . to the front will undoubtedly perform h opponent Krmp. but the fall of I their duty with MMMl ditinction. KJMR moat longer toe hltRrOoUR) tenure of that line (. roil no I or 1 ' ii lit or. il . Th. RdVRnCfl forts WWM of tlrodno In thf north were stormed and captured 'he (lerman last night and to-day ind tlie capitulation of the entire stroiiK aM (ein to he merely a matter of houri. Little importance m attached t the imminent tOSR of thi fortree. iRVRter, an It 1 well known that all Yftltmbte war material ha long aluce Ven removed and that t the InveetltiR firrlxon I of very weak numerical or cth. There i rather more alarm to be wet of O rod no RRind in the report frmn Herlln that the' rtllroad from Nlttta to t;rodno ha boenl eot At irtio o. northeast of HerOtRCh, fcrly miles northeast of ( IrodnO. At V I point, as ha frequently been the ra dining the Ionic Russian retreat, the rcrmaiMi arc Rpdoavortm to rush j thel- forcea to the rear of a aalient DO ttkm In the hope of cut! Injc off and fRptUrlftf i large body of men. Yet M often a thi attempt has leen made It ha failed, in thi Instance, too. It 1 aeema that the Russian will be able to aeapi hy mean of the remaining railroad built In recent year, which nrn i :moi due east fi om Orndno to Knilt The tiolrlnn llriiorl. Tin- Auatrtan olTlcHa BlSllI .u ;,H follows : statement T IC pursuit of the RlMalaiM OOtl- i - to pr grew MtlafactoHIr, our forrta erosneil the Styr Itlver In tlie artrWnea of VoUiynla from iuik north vn n wide front. In east Oallctl also the rtussiHtiB ire r.treatli.g. Brody has baan en lerad by the rm of Oen. von Boahm F.rmolli. which is now advancing east a r ss the rror.tiar. The army of dan, on Botbmar la auratllag the defeated enemy on the r ids from Tarnopol, Ztiorow and Za kta b, the enemy retrentlni? toward the " ith River. After heavy fihling the army of C-n Pflanier foreed the Russian Kroaa the heiuhts f the lower Btrlpa River yenterday. As a result the Rus sians have retreated from the Dnie ttar fiort to its Junction with the lertth. Ximierous vlllngea bahlnd the Russian lines on the Hesaarablan front ! in flames. Northaaat of Kobrin the Austro Rtltlgarlan and tierman troops are gradually driving the Russians bark. In -tie marahy districts of the iiiier llllolda River there has heen no tlu- It. t.erinnns llearrlbe Adtance. i: 'in theatre f war, army group von Hindeiyburg : e' Weld Marshal The il!,ig( of i'ji" on the Vllna Orodno Railway, was taken by slorm : (t Mereea (on the Nlemen River ahnut hrty miles northeast of ISrodno) our Ittai i. made progress. On Ihe western front of QrodDO the uti line of forts has fallen. The Iforth Herman I.aiidwehr took hy irm iteaterday Port No. 4. situated Ih n irih of the Pimbrovo-fJrodno Bh i ad The garrison, consisting of ten, was captured. I-ate In the ivei Mils was followed by the cap ttirt troopa from lladen of Fort No. I A, - in, i' , further north. Here we took prisoners a rarrlson of ISO men. T other fortlBcatlotia on the ad- I western front were thereupon i 'i"l by the Rusalans. ' - Of ihe forest of Hlelowieska t - ver the BwtalOCI and Maka fOWi'S hi the upper streams southeast ' k, were lupledj by our troops . a ha rd struggle. T lotal captures made hy this (roup yesterday amounted to I i' -oners, one heavy gun and Btree I hlna guns. In addition to Mill three heavy cannon hidden by the n ihe m.irshes near Ossowlec ne dug out. Anm group of Prince Leopold of Bavai i Veattrday we won our way Jul the northeastern bordar of the Inram of Hlelowieska. During the I - we obtained poaaeaslun of a r I over the Jaalolda. In the Harsh I atliol north of QrOdltO, by a - attack, one thousand prlson tra were taken. Al j group of Field Marshal von -en Tha Muchawleco section 111 the i'liual mush region) haa been cr ! along the entire front during in purault of the enemy. S Utheaatam theatre' of war: Dur lti yeaterday'a pursuit more than J "He's .mil one machine gun 'ne hands of the Herman If'sip. thai the Russian evacuation of 'k - . practical certainty the quag. e aa ii did after the t.ermana Mattered the l v .-Hrest-l.lt.ovsk line 'l v.ll 'he Teutonic forcea coti- Unua offensive along this front? "'' mllea to the east. Odessa ," - " Plilea to the southeast. There iany renorta. and thev coll "" i 'in leu allies ars pre- par. I t ampatgi 'ejaii i. ' nsra. t. rr on a fall and winter southern Russia. Hut these ail entirely lUwrTiciat ti. as was the case respect i of the liermaiis tn-vond t Hi. tin no. Hi I. t'.vsk In .', it will be gap rain ' ' ami II SI asl what Will be the tlie Ip-rmatlte operations. If Kussiii until thev have li pad. TAKK Two VILLAGES, Hsalaai Ma TaWMS at l"olnl nf Mil ill,, I . ' ,i' . neegsft lo Tt St x ll), Bept, 2 The War Oftlce follntrlng slatrmeiit to-day : Riga l.ain.k fiont there haa us ii of UnyifiigHcQi Oi i - r. Iajn.it i ' ti Uti. I. CANADA WILL FOOD AS Pi emier Korden Says He Has Arranged for Full Cooperation and That the Allies Are Determined. Iii a statement given out Mt th$ Hot$l Algonquin MOI. Hftnr hll arrival there ypMerrlay. Hlr Rohert HnrnVn. ChC Pre mier of CimIi, tsptaiMd hi minion to Ktifflanrl. where he hM fcllB with ottior Canadian nfflriHl). Thi I'rrmier arrive:. Iw re on hoard the Adriatic. The pUfpOM of the vlnit, ncmnlhift 10 the Pn-nii- r, was to take Up with lilt several l'mnmcnt of the HrMirh ov ernmrtit in London many matter affet t IfUJ the cooperation of the two Rov ernmenlH in earrylnu on the war. Mir Iloht-rt while ahroad went to the front In France and on one OOOMftOfl IWM within lOfl yard of the Herman treiwhi He Irft last tilnht for Montreal. "The purpOrie for whWh my visit and that of tin MtnlMcr of Militia were un dertaken," nald 'aiidaH )'rmhr. "hn heen very fully aecomp1 inhed. In addi tion to the orRnuliatlou of military forve. other matter of great imp r Utnce have hem under coriw. deration, and among them the provlnion of adeiuate traiiHportation on hoth ocean. lpeciully h as conHlderatlon been Riven to the pm- Vision of tritriMimrtutlnii for ttu inucriiifi "In many ItoapltaJR and innvalescent homes I had the privilege of visiting the Canadian wounded, men who had fought In Home of the fiercest battle of the war. Patience, courage and fortitude every where animated them, and notwithstand ing all that they had suffered 1 found them possessed of the anie undaunted spirit which distinguished them at the front. "The same spirit of determination animate both the Krltih and French nation. It I everywhere felt that the gallant Russian armle. handicapped as they have been by lack of the enormous preparations for this war which ha heen made by tiermany nd Austria Hungary, have made a most Rplendld and heroic resistance. "The same lack of preparation for mini attacks in the renl.m of Krle.l- rlchatadl were again rapulaad. Be tween Sventa anil Willi. i our troopl .ire making autcaaaful prograaa On tha avanlng of Baptantbar i- near sim vlaty, otn- cavalry carried two vll lanes at the point of the havonet. re pulsing the Uermans and making prisoners. ring lagging along Hie rlghl bank of tin' Vtlyta. we capturad from the Oar minis Iii the Imklzty ragioti two mor lara and several calaaona, The chh f efforts of tin- anamy are being dire' ted along the Ollta-Maraca roadi where on the n.Kht of Ausiust 31 wo repuls. d several obatinaU attaeks. A stubborn Mailt occurred near Orany. near Urodno. After holding the enein as loiiK as necessary to enable us to atmotmta this place our trooiis croaaad on the niiciit of Baptambar l to the rierht bank of the Nlaman In the region of Luak. after holding ihe enemy in obstinate combats OtVttMV Btyr, our troopa on the iiiKlil of Hap. tambar i fall back uism the olyka- RagaiWltofi front. Iiui ing Ihe da) we capturad aaveral hundred prisoners with some machine guns. The anamy occupied Luaki enabling us to cover our movements with rear guard ac tions. The enemy again suffered heavily in rear guard lighting in the rwtpn of EjOlOcaOWi SborOW and nl the mouth of i lie Si i lp. i. After repulsing numerous attack! we aaaumed u partial offen sive capturing machine guna, prison ers and much war m.iterlal. NEW RUSSIAN LEADER. (;rn, Mrl,n to Succeed iii l.rnod Duke Mrholas's ld. ParnooBAO, Sept. : Qen. Tanuaha vice, chief of Orand Duke Nicholas's stuff, haa been appointed Assistant Vice roy of the Caucasus, It was officially announced to-day. Qen, Alexlefr. commander In chief of' the armies on the northwestern front, is to succeed him as chief of staff. LIVES WORTH $6,852 EACH. BarwHii fmjm Ipnln on This Basis fur Civilians sihnl l I. leaf. MADBIO, Ht pt. 2. The lives of Spanish , non-combatants shot by Oortnan soldiers are valued hy the Herman Government I at a little more than $6, ST,0, each. The German Government has paid to I the Oovernmenl of Spain through its Ambassador at Madrid 140,000 pesetas (140,000) indemnity for the death of ; seven Spaniards who were shot at Liege j In August, 1014. PRISONERS BAR GERMAN SPY. Mlmnn lab Has I.I lu Went lo an Ordinary Cell. Ignatius T. T. Lincoln, a formal mein Kj.r of the Hrltlsh Parllamenl and con- i fessed German spy. who is in Raymond I street Jail, Brooklyn, awaiting probable , ' extradition to Knglaud removed yesterday by for forgery, was Warden Harvey j from his comfortable Alimony Club to one quarters of the of the ordinary cells. This action was taken owing to the dislike of the Alimony Club members to having a man of Lincoln antecedents gl an associate. Lincoln denounced his change of quartet- as an "unmitigated outrage" His SOjOUrn at the Jail may not laat much longer, as the hearing on the extradition proceedings comes up to-day before United States Judge Veeder, RAID IN CANADA FRAUD CASE. ('oiilrsi'liir's (IHIi'r ml Home Searched fur ,-vr Q V Ids BBS, W'innii'KO, Canada, Sept. g,. The Attorney-! ieneral of Manitoba sent sdlce BlflcorOi attorneys and safe exports to night to the olftiTS of Thomas Kelly and to his home, where they pn led t.. break Inio private receplai'les ami ajy. strati ail docunienta bearing on the lllisl suit again I Sir 1 1. dm. .ml Rob- I'ti and Ins e - M i ii i I e s Kelly whs ihe contratioi on I'arliti menl buildings on which the ltoal t'oiu IlllaSlnn cUtlma Maniloha was defrauded out of $ 1 .(Mm. noo through a conspiracy A Heel vault in the ofhVe realstad all efforts to open It. ami uit i o gl . i-rme uia' b use. I Kelly and three sons h.ivt bcii. Ill Delioll suite l.i I June NOW SEND WELL AS MEN War wnr on so treniendou a erto fettered the rfToits m ale hoj hith- I of our empire. ! hut coiiMiderttiR umli'i' way, the the preparation now poiiHc that ts hnttg given not only In the hut III every part f 1 'nited KiTiKilmn the rmpire, and me number 01 rrOOUrCvl ml inm com manfl of the allied natifns. there i the highest oonfMonoi in the llnol outrotni More than ever the pROplR of the I'nitcd Klnidom are convinced thai the struff gtt nOW pfOCOSdlnS if one Which does in truth Involve the otitinned rKHHOHOI f our empire. "With that truth firmly groopOd and with the pint which it already I . j evoked and will COfltlfMM 10 evoke, there I no occasion for one moment' di ouv- ; aKement. t nns I the abihlv l make (he allieil cause trmniphani ; our must be the effort to accomplish tli.it are it purpose upon which hatms the future dvst in of t hi wot Id "No statement would le Complete without a tribute to the una! mlMlonfl i of morcy which have been oik. in. zed hy ' j the people of the United Stales in pro viding relief for the RUfferlng and desti- I ttlte In teftnm and northern Krane. ami In the establishment of hospitals for the care of the wounded It 11 almost unnecorRory to ay t h it the I cUn'pest appreciation of this nobleHl work tfl everywhere felt, not only in our em pire but In France a well " MOX THE A LS I YE HOME 'Midd. o He Held In Honor of Premier' Ititiirn. i MoNTHKAt,, Sept. 2. sir Robert Bor- dn will be given a civic and in lit iry reception when he arrive here tOMItof I row night. A company of tlftnadter OUardR vMll .it as a guard of honor and there Will be one of the largest military I parade Canada ha ever known, every I military unit In the Montreal garrison being turned out umhr t lie comma nd of Col. K. V. Wilson of the Fourth 1 military division The troops w ill be I reviewed by the Premier a they DOM ! the Royal Victoria College on Sherhi ooke at reel. It is anticipated th.it there w!lt tte ' hiunireii of thouaamla of pltlaani .iIouk the panda route from ftVmavantnra Station to Kletiher Klelil. the iltyB principal p u k. whera an sKMrrxii of w. I- I'Oine Will llr (i by Aldarman st rierre. acting Ma or Man in Mayor in tha abaam of WAR BONDS ON SALE AT GERMAN POST OFFICES People t' III Uked Loan, tt SubBeribe the Third Per Cent. Payg BaaMN, via Amsterdam. Bapt formal call for aubarrlptlons to the Herman war hum was laeued b) : - A new the Retehabank to-day. The pre- points out ihe ad vantage offered to invratora, . who run obtain with their savings nine ;ear Imperial bond- paying .". pel I One of the new fenluies of thi 'is that no treasury notes will tx i the issue being confined to bin, ,1s cent, loan sold. Also. for the first time, these bonds ma) be ' purchaaad at post ofRt es Qermany will wm a "third great bat tle upon the financial field." la the pre. diction of the newspapers. Reichabank manage ra and private banks eapreaa the confidence that the loan will be ,.- wo. CUavful as the two previous nues Al. banka declare their readiness to ns-'si their depositors to subscribe. ' FRAM E TO BUY RINGS. i ...i,t II I ell Turned t aaea, too. into ii Bate) . llr I'ARts. Sept. J, The Hank of l so far has issued 9110,000,000 u .11 exchange for gold, Watch Pal gold rings and many other valuables Vhlch were offered by nuinv peraona have been refused hitherto, but In the future will be purchaaed hy tin- Mrnt, receipts to he given ahowlng that the valuablea ok given for national da. fence Bsven hundred thousand dollars hsvs heen contributed to the gold slock by itheims ,, . c.tii.'i "the martyred otty." Dunkirk contributed 11,100,000, while tlie iiiovlnclal record is held by Itordsaux, with 14,400,000 1 1 ii 1 1 a s llrpulscil. i unit 'V. i' Says leBBB, to T:i Dl v Viknva. Via Amsterdam. Sept. .' The War (Mice issued the following Statement tcnlghl regarding operations on th ' Italian front : On the Tyrolean frontier the Ital ians are Keeping iiinler lire the Tonala fortifications and the plateaus of I .a gronne and Pxirgaiia, as well as our positions at Ifontjgronig ami Mont, costen. Weak Italian attacks on the Cgr Inthtan front against Monte Peraiba ami tin Bladnor Ridge were repulsed. In tin- coastal district's artillery en gagements COntlllU. At several points the Italian positions have been aucceas. full shelled. DEATH ON A GERMAN LINER. Slevvard's Moil Itnslled Vsllore a I lloboken llellllll OHtcrrs imrv. The qugrantlns placsd on the Ham burg" American and North Qermaii Lloyd steamers in lloboken because of sus pected cholera cases was lifted ves'.i day morning from all vessels except tl.e President Lincoln ami the V'Uler- land of tin- Hamburg-American Com pany, on which the suspected dlai ass was noticed. Within a few bonis after Ibis w.i done Dr. Joseph S. Stack, health officer of Hobokoni learned that one of Ills v'atcrland'H stewards had died Wednes day nlghl and his hotly was taken olT Un ship and secretly rushed to ihe under taking aatabHabmani of the a. j VolM Company in violation of law. No per mit bad baan obtnlned for the removal of the body , nor. it was learned, was any certlllcale of death made out by Dr. Seldel, I he ship s physician. Dr. stack Ifiimodlatoi) ordered thi bod) returned to the ship. There Or. Sel.iel said Ihe steward's name ivim Gott lieb Hlrsabns and thai the cause of death was heart failure In Btack ami in- lie Forrest, assistant lo Health om tar ! ti'i'onnsll of the pori of New York, ordered an autop willch was pcifoi i h) Dr Arthut ' lluskiug of llohokei. li- aal a bai'tcriologlcul ex amination would Its required to deter mine the . a-1. e of death I f stack informed Slip! Jarkg of the I lambing-Annu l' an Line that he would bring action ggjglnsl the company ami the 1 1 1 i-ii repsouslule lor IPs uiieuce $500 is deposited with the resulting in Jtbe, arrest defaulting cashier of the United Fruit Company in Boston, on whose account the National Surety Company paid a large sum under its bond. Address: Police Department, Boston, Mass. National 115 EXCHANGE GOES UP ON FOREIGN SELLING Vdvanee Almot With Rati sw Iftnesfl of tsni n wrd Rttnh. ( II VNOE 1MMN(iS UEUKF Rierling pxrhnng r.iten rcactct) harpljr 'tatday and laapad upward with almaal thr roddaamaa "f Iha da. cllna on Wdnaady, Aa i raaull ie ntand ,trri(nit clnaad t;i.t nlffhl al I with rablaa at 4 nx. ThU4 both iiKiit and demand niii rioaad laM ntsht If canta in (llr BOttnd :H"Ve tlie low )ir'ee reRl- tarad oh Wadnaaday. when damand j'oid is low iis 4.t0 and cables as low as 1.61, The gain fr in Wednesday's clos I: g Hsiir. s was 7 cents In Ihe pound, as demand alerting closed on that day at 4.T.", and cables at 4 St, owing to the abrupt upturn In the market there was considerable confu- alon in prlcea, iUSt as when r.it.'S were droptilng two or three daya ago. but the altuatron was less lenae and the suit den tlrm fss in the market came as a Ueiconie relief. Tha rallv in the pri. e of sterling was aald to be Chief!) due ;.. the heavy sell- ing of American securities b) torelgn holdcra. With aterllng (at its present i ratea aiai with security prlcea at I their present high ligures the foreign i holders have the opportum of making la .it piotit through Ihl sale of their American stocks and bonds, it was Is rumored that blocks of American entities, sent here with the UUH M.- . on nan n, gold tr in Rnglandi were be ing Ihruwn upon tlie market Th.s uat Urally cauaad a heavy demand for ex change from stock tSachai ga ami bank .' u houaea in order to remit to lam. ion Ihe funds secured from tin' sale of se I'Urltlea. It was though, that the ex cha ge market had baan oversold b man) brokere and that some of the largei b inking institutions were not aa liberal in dealing out exchange as on daya previous, winch caused traders who wi-ie ahon to bid un the prices rapidly. Then, t O, tlie not. of confidence In the exchange situation struck by leading bankers yesterday did much to reassure the Ananclal community, while tables from London to the effect that tlie b u film ii. icrs there were taking cognisance of Hie situation ted to a belief tl.at ti K change problem would speedily be solved by the Knglisb bankers S uite disappointment was expressed be .tti.- ihe Hritlah and Fren. h Financial delegatea who are coming to confer on Ihe situation with banks ra here did ii. a arrive. The rally in sterling had a g I effet t on the lest of ihe foreign exchange market, Ratea mi all of the financial i ciiiies of Rurupa w. t t- generally higher Si the Clogs of the market. I'i'ait.S closed at '. I'T for checks and K.M for cables, as compared with O.oi for checks ami 1.00 for cables on Wetlnes da) Italian lire rallied from tin tow record price of I.SI to 1, 40, while rubles advanced from ISly, the price at which they weie quoted on Wednesday, to 14. Marks ami Austrian kronen were the only exchange rates which failed to .share in the general Improvement, lloth closed unchanged from Wedneadaya close. Marks were quoted at sight drafts ami 104 for t aid AUHtrian kronen closed at i t pi . for While RATES GO UP IN LONDON iii-tii-r That Cxi-tiiiuge PboMbm III g I lie BolVOdi i.omk.s, gspt American sxchangt, i opening front 4. SI to i m. with few buy. eis, was forosd up In points, to 40 1, be fore noon, but was brought dawn to 4,60 t,, 4 mi by tae covering of the ahoils. Tins pAVertng, and tin- consequent strengthening of tin- market, was at I trlbuted by snms dealera to tin- sxpscl tation of an official annoui msnt of I some arrangement to remedy tin- preeentl Situation, T heavy sales of American! aeuplllea ve.-leldav also omtoulile.llv ! hslpsd to raise the markti. Which con- tlnued erratic throughout tha, trading day. Tin- discussion In tin- nswapapera ..f I probable Government action is forbid den. TI ily o lit, nil Information an i far given out has been the bgrg an- i nouucemonl thai a commission is to io j sent to New York to take up the matter with American financiers, I The London press In general treat I I tne .situation with calm. The limta, ' while admitting that so heavy a fall in , exchange as yesterday's was ti"t ex ; pscted in London, urges that a vary i heavy gold Shipment be made to New Yoik Immediately, and adds: ,1,,. existing malady, and ,t is our bust- ness to admlnlstoy it." , Tlie OtapXie believes that the sltui- ' Hon. is being "deliberately aggravated by the manipulation or powerful Oer man-American banking Intaraalo-' The mill Mutt biames i . Govern. I lit' 1 1 1 for "letting things slide'' ami for "lack of foresight." hut adds that tin problem Will soon be Solved, "since tlie Government h hamied over i in- pmii- It m to real business lin n '' The aYorglBg Post thlnki lhal ihe sit -nation call be met by the restricting if purchases of Amorlogn goods, Paiiis, Bept, '!. -it is undent I here that the delegation of French and Itiitlsh bankers who an- to no to New York to confer with American bankers on ihe Ubjecl of exchange will propose that American bankers make such advances ale necessary to bring at. out snim sort of stabilization of tin exchange nun Let. offering American aacuritlsg asi a guarantee lot' Hie loan. Kiench bualneai moll are unwilling tol mine in p i . .c sacaseivs premium ami would prefer to finego American hu ll, Hi s, exoep! war munitions. Hankers garS say that Unless some means of remedying conditions la found Ihora will is- an and ttf imports from the United Si tits . rent those Import! needed in It R I REWARD Police Department Boston, of GEORGE SAN FORD INM AN OR Secret Snrice Dtpartmtui BROADWAY, NEW YORK Surety Company I MAY RAISE THE TARIFF TO BUILD UP DYE TRADE RtdW Favors Legislation many So That the New American Industry Will Re Protected. Wasminuton, Bept : The Washing Ion Administration will probably taie steps that win give American manufac turer! who use dyestuffs ami chemi cals relief from the embarrassments that have confronted them as a result of Hut suspended shipments of sin Ii nrodfscta from Oermany. in normal times Oermany praatlcall) holds a monopoly m the sale of dyeatuffa anil chemicals, ami the United) States, as well as other countries, has grown m i list. ntied to depend upon this source of supply. It is beginning to lie regarded here as Imperative that American manufac turers be protected from a recurrence of the loss of tune and money that has resulted from their failure to get regular supplies of chemicals and coal tar produt is in recent months. At the forthcoming laealon of Con t ess legislation probaW) will he urged t i encourage the development of chemi cal ami dyeatUfl manufacture lli.it will assure a steady output of such prod ucts if at any time in the future a w a r trade should tie up tlie trans. itlantic as it has in the past jear. inn tg-alaal Dampl. Much attention la being paid to this subject to Becretar) Ri dftelit, and there is strong hope that the Administration wi I recommend the enactment of a law that will prevent Uertnan) from dump, lug large quanl Ilea of chemicals ami dyestuffs Into the Unltsd states as a mesne of depressing prices, and thus preventing a 'uii development of em h Industry In this country. An anti-dumping clause was pro posed for tne Blmmons-Underw I tar iff lull, hut it was rejected b) ihe mem 'hers on the ground that it was a devtci 'designed to protect tin, Industry and therefore could not ha properly In- 'ser'etl in a Democratic measure, eteeri - tan Redfield fav.es such legislation, j tiering ns control absolutely oo per 'cent, of the dyaatulfa produced in the world; Indirectly they control the other lo per cent, manufactured by Bwltger laini, winch depends upon Qermany for the basic mater tits that enter into the manufacture of the dyes Bo when ever Oermany is not aatlafltd with the way Switzerland is cooperating to hold tlie woi M's market she has only to shut off ihe exportation of the raw ma. j tarta for dyeatuffa lo Bwltxerland and I" niniinliiill i.f I lie uui.it kiinntc Is ( ,.,,T,,,,i,., An investigation Into the. dyeetuff In dustry was undertaken by Hnecial Agent Thomas M Norton of the Ueiisrtmenl Of Commerce early this yeai pursuant VICE-PRESIDENT OF CHINA RESIGNS POST Aetion May Be Fir( stop Toward RocHtabliMltmonl nf Monnroh) . Su vs., I Heng, V republic, ,vi, Sept. I. tfl 'c-l'resiiltill of ealgned io-day. n la Turn the Chinese Ills resigna tion is generally Interpreted as the nrai step preparatory to the reestablishmeiit of a i ihineae ami ire. ('' t Li Yuen-Heng has f long in generall) liaiked upon in Mtlna I denl " : r. Km. as "the Imprisoned Vlce-Pra Since I'.tl I. when In" an ived in he has never emerged from tin un. iiiids except iii a motor cat palai surrounded tty a detach men! tins guard l was an op of sol was for 11 secret VCnl the titers. Ostensibly his protection, but it tll.lt Its real purpOMt Vlce-l'realdenl from Wua t" pn leaving Tin- Vlce-Prealdent a resilience wot the palacBt in which Kmperof Kuang. d nii was Inipris i by ihe Km press Dowager, win. usurped the throne, tjen. l.i Yuen-Heng had long heen c.uis .1. red ii doubtful supporter of the Chinese Prasldentt although he took no pan m tha uprising against Yuen Bhlh-k'Ot "i",'."" lie I tl establishment of Ihe I'tpul.ll When til volution he look command of a I ti CM stalled il Wil- hearl - Kit the lly co- irlgude cluing, l.at.r in- entered tally into the movement, glory goes that he was erred Into put ui ipatiun b) leaders wiiolt It It hoi irigiiu rcvoiut ionan DR. G00DN0W LEAVES. I'KiiiN. Sepl. '.'.-This mo' lung's news papers say thai icc-l'ri sldtiit l.i Yuen Heng failed to attend yaetardn) lbs ses- sion of iba Adviaory c nil, ui which he is chairman ami which in tin capacity of a parllameutar) hoard upon spici. il uuthoriiutlon ol President Yuan Shih-k'ai. it is reMried that Gen. LI Yuen-Hang has requested the President tor a small bodyguard ami tin- permission to leave the (forbidden cny for a prlvute resi lience. The 'ice-l' raldenl is said to have assured tlie I'hlef i.x tllvs thai while he did not oppose lie restoration of a monarchy he would refuse iu gfflg his name lo a petition urging tt. Tlie monarchist propaganda la the chef subject of tlis.iis.sion in the Chi geae i'U-i lroi Frank ,i GoodnnWi pre Idem of .tonus Hopkins I'nlvcraio A, Ma. for information C1TV Against Dumping by Ger- to resolution of the Reflate pass, ti January It, Mote than 115,000,000 is exiwmleri annually by the United states for tlves for American manufacturers The domestic tr I 'ii Inis In en Only . ih.. in 18,000, ip to r.ie leg o uuig of Hits year. Tins shows boa detenilvnt on foreign production ih home manufacture re tire. Ufa tint- of dvesttiffs hen Used Were for the IgrgOl .n d me war Interrupted Don of the materials. In the part the the man - materials Imported Importa - RePOrt, Mr. RedNeld'a Ins resihins" to in,' Bt ii. He i ailing for i dye Induel r ."-v. n lesolui ion of i format ion on i lary Redfield I the sanl "Numerous Interviews with those who hut participated nary steps In the evr tioti. il Industry have a marked confidence . i, these prelum- .,,,, nt. r,ht Il.bl ,r. ,. the final success of the und , ,,,,1,,.., lift icnh .1 II anital i.,e-r..l .tt.,.... j to no more danger Ihsn 'hat inch., in fair snd open competition with foi I sign manufacturers of dvestuffs, "Capital hesitates under existing eon dltiona to embark heavily m an under taking when- there is a Strong proba- blltty, if not a certainty, that upon the return of normal ronditlong an ln clplent, half developed American in. dustry would i.e exposed tti prolongedj aiol relentless underselling by toreign, competitor! possessing almost boundless resources, financial ami technical. "There is a very strong conviction among thoae experlei it in the Indue try and am -i g those entering it that Ihe I majority of the coal i.h Intermediates j required in making dyes ami the great bulk of the coal tar dyes now Imported front Europe cat he profitably rnamtfac lured on American s..ii under existing tariff rates if the-e is adequate Statu- - tory protection ugatna the So-called i 'dumping' t-t foreign wires; or. in other words, protection against unfair com-1 petition iti restraint of trade by persons or fiims outside of American juris. lie. Hon. "Whether public opinion Will recog nise general legislation in this direction .is ol urgent necessity remains lo be eon. There seems, however, to be no question, but that ample capital is avail, abl f..r the teds of an American coal tar chemical Industry and that a large measure of c: lerpriee and technical skill is ready to entet the new Held, provided tills ore serious obstacle is definitely removed Secretary Redfield believes that if American manufacturers can be secured against ruinous German compotltlon in the wav of dumping thev Will soon put the tlye industry on its feet. Up to this time the Administration haa not seri ously considered the raising of tariff Gilt l.i. nn.l legal adviser to president Yuan, lefl to-day for San Francisco, where lie Bill arrive on October I. In. OoodnOW was reported to have advlsi-d Yuan Bhlhk al I to make himself iii neae Rmneror, In an official statement this report was de nladt Among the advisers of the Presi dent who argue against in- return to a monarchy is Dr. George Rrneat Morn sou. PARIS HOLDS MAIL TWO DAYS. Lettera for Insorlog viust lie Posted Hour iii Idvaneo. perwi' c sole Pevpsl u rat Sin. Pama, Sept 1.- iii reply to an Inquiry front Tun Si n's correaMindsnt tin- n tal suthorltlea stated to-day thai an order frciii th. Mlnlatry of War ro qttlrtng forly-ellthl hours tlelay for out going and Ibcoinlng mail does hot ex cept American mails, d spite tin- addL I tlomil delay on the steamers, but ap plies equally to all foreign oountrtea Hint for all classes of mail. u provision Is mailc for Sgoaptlono for the piess or for contmsrclsl mail in the way of submission to the censors on the last day before the sailings Hence, letters for Bordeaux, which are to leave on Saturday, must Is- postetl on Wednesday evening, wiiile letter! for Liverpool, which are lo go on W.tlms day. must be posted Sunday evening, An Official Hole stales that the Aia bic i until French mail posted between August 11 Slid August 17 for the I nited ritiites ami Central AtnerleBi All the mail was lost. i. iii iii Rome tiso iiein eii. tptttot Vabit pssasfi h ROMg, Sepl. '.' An I. .1 to-night conffrnts tur delay for foreign imlng and ..iitgoini. to i I : hi s ifflclal note Iht' forty -ti mad, both Hi 111 a asJB LABOR DAY 5rhT Lake Hopatcong, 1,00 ai.ao tUNoav, tisr. sis U. W. .'14 It s su, ibroy II, 9,00l L. Jarkimi Av . Jrur, CitJiO 17 ; I v. Bn. id 9l , Nrw.ik, S.JD I m. Mauch Chunk $1.50 uveoa ear, aiao Hiaoav. Hn 12m 1 v. w, :m St , s .-o; Uberty St., s 10 t.ai, l.. lai kMin Av.., .'.riry Cltjf, - 1 ; .1 11 1 . h r ,. s a Btrseii V0011 - n m Atlantic City $2.50 niit auNoav. aim. sis, onlt i w. 2.id si., " '0, Llaailt Si., s.no ., 0 I.V. licktaa Av... Jflvcy City, H li' ..in. I.v H r osd Miealt N.waik, 7AV m. HBBD i, o.ii NO SMOKE COMFORT WJ DYE MAKERS' ONE HOPE IS IN TARIFF CHANGi i ii HIJOMI tt frntn h'irat Pafj". ness are our own cotitaiiy, the I Idler i Mcri Company of Newark, the Al bany Color Works and the llecker Anl I line Ownpgngi They make the finished d.ve. and we are, In addition, making 1 Intermediates, the derivatives from the base products of which the flnlahed dyes) I are made. The General Chemical Com ' pauy and the Dtt Pont Powder Oimpany are also making Intermediates, the out put of the tieneral Chemical Company In that line bring aniline oil, a simple Intermediate, Ideal Plants to K.nlarae. "These companies sre Ideal plants to ' extend the manufacture of Intermediates and dye hut they are not producing extensively because of the uncertainty of what will happen after the war un less a tariff Is Imptwed on dyes. The Intermedia ta products have alway s come In free but of course, the war stopped that ami we have heen forced to take up their production on a small scale. "When you consider that most of tfia products used in the manufacture of ex p I OS Ives are absO used III making lives. Ihe thief being benzol, you can Imagine what a quantity of that material mlgh'. In I II rued Into the Industry when the making of explosives slows down, That mat go a long way towanl lowering th prli . of the Intermediates ami giving us a chance to produce our finished prod uct cheaply ami is one of the factors lhal most be reckon sd with in futuro production. "The t.xtii nnufneturen have had a . hange of heart since their foreign tlve i have been cut off. and now those Who most strongly Urged Ihe low tariff f.-w years ago are asking that it be i Recently tha National Associa i r Hosiery an i Underwear Mann fnrturera sent OUl a petition asking that the tariff be raised." I n fleet Ion with the recent exposure of Gorman trade methods it is interest ing to note thai as far back as 1SXJ vim iii an agents of Oortnan firms were going about among the textile mnniifac turns urging them to sign petitions for ihe decrease of tin dye tariff, a decrease j that brought about a year or su later At lhal lime V O, Moedki ,,f t ie American nll ne Works of Parkers, long. Wesi Virginia, wrote to tint tariff 1 commission . " Would .all the altentinn of your j Committee In thi fact that, owing to I the v itality the Amer caii aniline manu facture is beginning to show in the last jyeai' or tun, tin1 foreign matiufactur- 'is of t :.s. ya hive tombinetl for a 1 c.incei led action ami are iii.Lin. ordlnar) efforts looking to the repeal of the duties and the killing of this promising Industry Among other de vice adopted Is the one of Obtaining " , T 1 " among me con- Isumers of these dyes asking for a re ! Pal of ih- duties, When such pe ' "I slat,, th - in. ..us aie jni-circi 11 will lie uti 1 urn ne are HOI lie seiuimelils of the American conaumera of these dyes, ii", s,i fur as my knowledge enables me lo speak, are un versally in favor of anil Willing lo pay their quota towards th. su, ,ru introduction of this iiianti- factor.' Ill tin- Iii. led States t nattered ii Oermaaet Anil the i r present a 1 1 ve of a ilerman dim male the following argument for tin- repeal of duties ..u dyeai "I have reason to know that the duty is so high that it leads in the ffrsl pin e to corruption ami mtsreprsseotullon of ttoo.ls brought into this country, With uit desiring to make any definite state ment I may say that 1 feel that goods are, owing to this high duty, often brought in on a wrong valuation in many reepecta At the present rate nf duty It la certain!) t great temptation to fraud." However, the duly was redured even tually to :pi per cent, on coal tar dyes, in per cent, on aniline ml and salts, while Indl-ao ami indigo tlves. OS r ha S0 1 dyes and allaarin mil altaar n dyea were admitted free. In the fall of 1014 a committee of the New York SSCtiOh American Chemical Society, investigated fa- dyeatuffa situation ami reported that : "it has been conclusively demon. nk5&ominiuj Bioadway The Store will be open on Saturday from 8:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M Closed all day Monday, Labor Day. We Announce a Sale of Trousers left from Suits of all grades One Lot at One Lot at In both lots are quit6 a prinkling of blacks and blues. Also about 100 Coats and Vests at $5.00 for the coat and vest. We don't want them ! Can you use them? These prices are practically regardless of former prices. After the very large season's selling, these oddments and mismated garments remain. They afford splendid economies, for the prices are half or less than half the prices at which their mates have sold throughout the season. Men who are accustomed to grasping real op portunities will come for these today and tomorrow. Among the coats and vests are particularly good pick ings for large men. Today the final Clearance of Men's high-grade Shirts have been $1.00, $1.50 ard $2.00 now 68c Pre-eminent Shirt economy event of the season Negligee or sport styles. Soft or laundered cutis. Woven or printed Madras in a great variety of colorings. Sizes 14 to 18. Main Floor. strated during the past thirty 5at lliat the present tariff rate of JO per cerrt. on dvestulTs Is not sufficient to la duce the domestic dyesluff Industry to erpand at a rate comttarahlo with tha eonaumptlon of dyestuffs In tins coun try and that, therefore, all dyeatuffa made from coal tar. whether they ha aiilltne dys or alizarin dyse, or anthra cene dyes or indigo, so long as they are made In whole or In part frtwn product a of or obtainable '-om coal tar, should all be ftjxseeserl alike, namely So par cent, ad vwlorum. plus 7 Uj cents per pound opexrlllc, nJid that all manufac tured products of or obtainable, from coal tar, tlicmeelves not dyes or color and not medicinal, should bo taxed 111 per cent, sd valomm and 3 centa per isotind epeolflo " Tha onmmlttee also recommended that changes In the patent laws, such as clauses making tlie manufacture of a product In tin. country compulsorv should not be attempted, as thevdomois harm thsn good Mr. Stone yesterday snd that most of the patents have run out. The tieneral Chemical Cnmpanv. which la making aniline nil. Is going abend Slowly lo increase Its produc tion of Intormsdiatesi but Money wig Xlesworth. Vice-president of the com pany, echoed Mr Stone's remark tin II Is all a gamble and depends on th. tariff. Mom Capital Is Iniesteil, "The business of i Irrtiiaiiy amounts, to about (00,000,000 In coal tar colors, of which to the value of about tin. (inn. (100 rent lies the United States." h said. "The capital invested In plan anil raw material! for their mgnutav lure Is probably over 1400,000,000, ani any American competitor, svon with an exclusive monopoly of the entire bus ness of the United States, would llnd his business and his capital In competition WHh this gigantic ami thoroughly ii - trenched competitor. "There Is no dearth of raw material in the United Btates snd no difficulty In obtaining capital iiecssoar) to enter Into the product Ion of colors Iii this coun try, if there Is some assurance of t fair return, but those Who know best reCOglllSe the llnpOSSlblllt) of obtaining as low costs win ii producing 1 1 o. noli. 001 or 118,000,000 Worth of product s When manufacturing to Ihe value of 7ii,iuiii.iiiio. "Klther a Mthald) oi a tariff thai will equalise these oonditlona offei a way I of IIKIIII.llllllg tin- 1 1 . l I 1 1 . ' , 1 sill - j sidy has obvious disadvantages and emit j up as a aotfrce of expenae n il not . f j icvenue to the country, whereas a uit I able tariff, whethoi for long or shoii , periods, tioes provide Hie country with revsnue during the building of the in- jdustry and ii ublalnsd with le-s haul. 1 ship than Other metlio Is "The cultntrl lias hail the OPtnlOII 'f some of its basi judicial mlnda m tha j possibility of nlt lpi.Ii g out law- fo tcsti. iimug th. foreign u-. noplv, au.i ii seems that no laws cm be framed hi apply to a foreign country, Which is well within its rights in eupportlltg 01 con trolling its own monopolies mi nhatevt manner it sets tu it i- obvious tint any effort to change this -Imply impose" a hardship upon tin coueutnei win. dependent upon the supply of poods rrotn the country that his tin- mi pol) "tt must be admitted that the public, which Is actually Ihe una I i--.ii-.iii f all t he d) es t hat i each i la- country, mu t determine to what extent it i willing pay tlie price in the form of a tUtiff which at beat would me be likely to i -crea-e me oust of garments m ihu i two 01 tliri'e cents each. "The country could in tune lie se' aupportillg with real-ret to .ie-. a- it is with most other thing-, but it Ilia) be many years before any such iompee list of dyes can lie oil i i- G n. provided for the conaumptton of i s United States before tne war til custom Houses Hrlsedt Sgfclaf faaf fieagsell fo Ths si Port at PxiNilt, Kay II, Bept the custom houses of Haytt an- ho' tin hamls of t e American forces, last, the one In this city, Wua eelseil day on orders from Admiral Caperl A'l 34th St. $.50 $3.75 a pair a pair L.