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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1915.
rxuHn aehltMdt wn borne In upon the Then ram Ihe i illln,tlon that the . United stutes wnuld tnot certainly break I oil friendly relation! a "1 (larmany If a chanRi' were not . (Tci U .1 In her attltuda en tho submarine Issue Arcordln to Information received here, this proved atartllm revelation tn Berlin, where It had been believed that Bect-etnry Hrynn wns fxrrtitiK sUrTlc-leiit influence to mnk a break Imnoaalble. I Mania lu Br Friends. The raallMtlOTI of the dnner of Ihe rituntlon W;i followed by IMtllftata tlnns whlih lonvlnced offlrtal bora that ilermany wan genuinely desirous of lnHintHitiiiiK friendly relatione with thr United State, The next development of the iler fiian ride, ns hrouaht to tha attention of tha Washington 'lovertiment, we Ihe overthrow of Admiral von Tlrftltl mi the other extremists us regard! ihe submarine ot e ni t i ons. i general re situation In ilennnny that submarines had proved wholly Ineffectual In lue.ik ! i u up Knglund's oversea tuide iind Hi k now ledge thai the Hrltlsl MOT offensive whs taking a le:nll v toll of Herman suhmat Ines, all a i r regarded n Washington an rertiiin signs that th" end of the MIDtlU fine warfare a originally waged Ml near at hand. NOTE TO BRITAIN READY Will tlaiiraiial) lf IOM lntrrfrr-j epe Villh inerlian Trad.-. I Washington, ct. I. one of the (irei result if the removal of the German Submarine controvoroji from the critical Ma' wilt he (he despatch to It eat Britain of s note dealing Willi Hrltlsh Intel ferei i ea w ith American trade with the iieutral 0OMntftOI "f Kurope. Thle note, prepared enlne time ;io at the Stale llepartmctlt, haa lieen with- 1 heii! from tranomtseton to London n account of the seriousness of the con tioversy with Urrinany. President Wll Oon wan unwilling to take up thle Issue Willi (Ireat Britain In a vlaoroua manner until the eventual MtCOlM of the Issue i Qormany bad boon clearly indi-j e 'ted it la probobla thai tho doopntcta of the SotO ma lie deferred until the arrival in thi countrj of Conaul-Oeneral Iklnnor front Ixindon. He haa been aent for by tb( MBlla I topnrtntont In order that thei niay be a tnorough dtsrusslon of the general altUOtlon regarding American ti lde a- affected by Hrltlsh practices. In tli. war. Official! ,.f the Stale 1 lepartment are ieolrotal f having a talk with Hklnner ga i here arc many differenced In point of VtOW bOtWOOn I-ondun and Washing ton. The note t general In Ita character and detila chiefly with the legal phase of the Brltlah nrscl leea Tlinre are, however, a great many practical iiue. tion affecting American trade aeld from the proKHltiMia to t dealt with u the nine, ("oiieeituetuly the OOllforenooe with Mr. Skinner are expected to prove of Kieut Importanco, The note wae draft-d seeral OrOOkS MO. Mr Iin-ma took It with him on Ma recent vacation and ient much time' in eoroful rovlalon of tho doouwont. It a now regarded as pructically In Itn . final form. The now note will a."erl the AtnotiOan pvnition more rtfforOUaly and will a particular attention to the rial ma mad" hv the Blitiah i lovertiment In Juallflca ti in "f It act The difference between i the proiioua notes and the one to lie aeiu I pooh Is ilexcntnvl aa what mlaht be ex- ' pectad front 'ha fad that the previous notes were written as a t HrhlnH to! ireat Britain h to how the I'nlted 1 Btntoa arould vlaw cartuln net! whlb t .e la:eet tute has boon written not only after the acts rtforrod to have been eommlttod nut nlao after tho tlr'ttah i lovertiment has aiibmltted a de I fence of them w hich is tad nOOOptOOlO I to 'ins Qovernntent, i HEARS TRAWLER SANK U-27. St- r m M m m ln To I il u l- iiftrlne r Wm li f I lu III. Wauh i KOTO K i I Kt. T. Tilt (tfrtnim BmbMty hoi rx--'ivd a rorx-rt ftUxMrinc thnt while the Urmnn HUbmarln t -27 vu ftMomptinj ,n sltili tht British mult trantpoH Smrcootati n British tr.wiie-r canto up ami roinniod the obtnarlnOi itiklriR her. atxl that tlerman MOHIOfl u ho RttOtnptOd to 'l in a hoard th t r.t v le r were pUfhod "ff and ner' droWflOdi The NAfPOOlOn recently ai fl etl it t New irleann At t 'ie OerrrtHn BMbOMy thi reort confMsroxl of portlculor Intertsl in vtsw of tht; fefliiikr OgOlUftl Uertinny In ron r' ttoti with the une of HUhm. trine. :intl ;.)jo in POfinOPtton with the ( German OOfl tent ion t hat British inert' han' men are Tint entitled to 1 rSfOrdstJ a pn'eful GERMANS OFFERED AID TO HUERTA, IS CHARGE AotivitloM nf i Ruincr'si Airentd in Mexico Will Br. PlgploHed lv r. s. tfiM NUTON, fpr-nt ..f Justice. par:iip to make I kd. B The Dspayt ;t 1 undtMHtood, if pre i liferent I nf dlSOlOSUrSS poiiier.Hun a 'o effurt of e Idrnce in it Hsrnian aSjentS to fomen' trouble Mexico as a moans of emli trraHiiriK the VnltSd Staten dtirtni the critical period of thei ui) n.irin- nit roverwy. The dt f OlUrSSi It lielievd. will net forth evidence thai HuOfta l,nd promlnert of pubstantlal mi p port f rom t he- sources before he launched hi pla int for the I evolutionary expedition into Mexico n rtlch reeulted in hi a rrsst si he a a about lo cross the Texae border. There me Indications that other fac ttoni til Mexico baaldai the iiuerta foi- lowsrs H ere approach etl. and tiiat t he sctivltleg were dealanatad not much lo promote the. foitune-i of any one Mas; lean lender f tfl anoture thut tliere would Us a Herlen of trcublemttne out tieakH likely to hecefliiMiite action by t "- I 'n, t t-d St a ten at a time when the fl.ftloultles with the 'ierman 'lovernment j . v small promise of ti 1011111011. ; Much uf the evidence to ho dealt with lh believed to ha I b en m pOMenon toe Attorney- leneral Ht the time, he o dered the arrest of ten. Huerts nev-! in', monthl ago. Jt In helleved that a1 H rlslOn tn dlSOsMS the alleged pint would iii' hUVS been reached without ronul- tritlen with the state Department and pOfcithi witltouf the approval of tho! 1' etud''iit himself MOTLEY'S GRANDSON KILLED. Mot Dor of W. V. Hherlilan, Hrlllah 1 old let-. IflStOrian! It'll uahter. Boston, tt, Announoemoni haa i come from abroad f Die death of William VVedei'i.' Sherlfkm. who a si Killed lh action in IVanre He wan the fourth son of Alsremon Rrlnels) an1! .Mil r Lothrop Mottsy pehstidan, hli n.oiher DOlnsj h daurter or tits ate ffolin IdMhrop Motley, tho htstorlkn Mr. Hiieridan wa bom ubroai thill) 1 M-vcn VSgkN a4fo and liiul never vimted 1 th1 ( ount r . He survived by t tirea 1 tiihcrg and two stStOPS He sai oii- 4 r tin. recent volunteers and had not ktSffn lonj at Ihe flXHIt. bfOOti Iposj 1 roaaos tttwroeii. 11 ' 1 , .a Amsterdam. ihM The ...' NSWS Agent gavi out an m m ia.. myiruj that more 1 ban R.ooi . i.i(sf. q Hi, llrht clail Imve Itssn . nferred on i lerman, tuetro-Hungar. lail and ruiUiMh ofrtci-ra and soldtsrg, GREEK RULER OUSTS i PRO-ALLY PREMIER Coatfciood RHOfi "even If It Is necesaaiy lo assuma a pooltlon aMlnai rJefinany. it would be dishonorable for llreece not to con form to the duties Imposed upon her by her treaty with Herbla "Clearly It Is Ihe Interest .if ft 10000 to rntifn herself on the side of the yimdruple rCntenla. "Home time has passed eltp-e the Hn tenta Powers bae niaile requests of flrOeCBi To-day they ask nothing but tills freedom lo give to Serbia, flreece s ally, succor In the event of clrcuin Olancoe which would require OrtOJCO her self, under her alliance, to give Serbia bell "Ureal nations may with luinillnlty : II treaties 'Wrap of paper': for I smaller countries policy WOUld be suicidal. . . We have a lreat Willi Herbla. If i we are honest we will leave nothing IW done to Insure its fulfilment lu letter and I spirit duly If we are rogues may WO And excuses lo avoid our obligations" I'nrrri BlOOOd a I 7II.IIIIH A despatch from Alliens, tober li which was delayed rati d c-trans- mission, saye : "The French ttwps landing from the allied transports si Halntilcii consist of Ta.otio men. They will proceed along , the I'ltievghell-rskiib Kallroad to guard the line." Tlx- Rumanian tiovarnmoni baa notu tbsl MulgnHa thai the latter s nabdln- ' lion la regarded as an unfrieially aot. The despatch containing this news. which comes from BuotwrOOt by way of Itume, adds that fi- nt a mlllrtary polrt Of view the Itumanlan army Is prantl isjtlly BWbtilnod. All the llrat Una tnrnps were oolleil to the odors a uiontli ago. when sVUOtrl Hungary closed .the fron tier beoauas' RunmOla refused permls-I slon for the IrMOpOTtation Of auppllee to Turkey I'ne r.tite' te l owers HYV 1111 IIIWIJ withdrawn their offers to Mulgaria. ac cordlnff to authoritative inftrmatt.oi ob tained in London 'to-day. Tide actlot was taken Immediately after Ihe lltil gurlan inobillaat MM was brgvi I ml has necessarily the OffOOt of making Mul garia tb' tippMoator if that oountry ii-t the last moment should dooldo to throw in her lor with the Allies. Hulgnrl.in revenue cutters liave pur sued and II red on Qrook aalllng shlpa in the Vie. .u aoOordtM to news des patches from Athens. The imrsult was not continued for long and the (iraek ships escaped. Kulgarlan ports m the Danube have been closed, says i despatch from Sa lonlca, and n eomidete blockade of Hul garla is now established lu all interne and purposes. The Itusslan Hlaek Sea fleet has closed .ill communications by water on the eaet, while In the south warships of lYann and ureal Britain are patrolling the Igcan osiat. The Oreen and Berblan frontiora are tnitur ally okswd and tti oonoeeiuonce Bulgaria Is cut off from all he- neighbors ex cept Turkey. lllpli lU Iflllfir liMBallfl. I Orent BHUlIn itntl Itsly Bft expected to follow ths example of !tmnia Sfithtn a : few dayn tnd eeml UltllftOtUrM t Bttl (farin, thn lnnkinr Rutslft'l Mand i unanimouB amonn the BntSfltS Power. By the terin f the military ri.tn-en. I tloll -uned bOtWOSfl Hulnrari.t. AustliSa RuitSjSir) and tU-rniany. tayp a Sofia ; deep. itch, the Kulnartan army s 1ounl j ' to ntta. k Bofbls tn Ith fix dlvlnl HI 1" the Nlmh-IMrot nei'lton. and to nend .Mare i dorian trtxp to the Vat da r Hlver t' destroy the rallirsy ccMntnunlootloti with Salonika, Tlie nam dsspotch eay that Ince thin ronvsntlon n bj Rigned Uui- sana han ShlppW iarn iiianiltM'f oi UpptlSS to Tuike; 1 Iate SdVlcOS from Hofls make- it ap- ( j peat that the vail US political fact inn : art- untted in rnjnport if Kin Ferdinand. The Opposition lendrrs, MM. OhSOOdleft MaltnofT mid t;uM'h.i(T. hae prui laiineU , thai the tiatlttrt In without dieTeienre of, 1 opinion PrOVtoUSly the le Jem had I Kone BO fat a f.i thteaten King Verdt- , mu nil fot Inn tatwi ill favor kT t tiO Central Powers, Hand ..f itudenti have been parading the streete of Hofla mnK ,ins; the Hviisanai'. Austrian end Oor , man national inthems, Italy' situation iti ' he forthcomlosj Balkan utrufgl- nomething of a pus ale, The correspondent of Ths Si n Komi .aider, thai epoelttc itatementi " aonnectlot) sitn ftaly's iartlclpatlon are ohvlou-Iy inexpedient it- .tu- lllfl t-xtent (f the objoctlvas of ie Allien in the Balkan oparstlone iI4mhn upon c-jnu'iex events and developinsnts. i Ths e rrsspondsni adds, however, that he li authorised lo assert tiiat italy'sj foopsratlon with tiie Allies will be the l-lOSSSt hi evei repvt. PROTEST A FORMALITY. IrlrOOll People Welcome I.nnil-MH of allied KitH'f li Hosorl. SSSelSl ra6J Iimpairl, to Thi t v l.uNPON. I 'ft- ... Tin- If Oral N0 foil publishes t he followini dasoatch rfrom its Athene correspondent dated ysa lertlay . The llrst saoltemsnl which followed the lu im 1 1 Titdj f tiihid troops at Haionies hai been succeeds, uj caimer :in" more chearful lew of tis uttiatton. Tlie Qrook preM-, While approving tht Oovernment'i forma 1 protet against the landing, take alnmHt a Uhout v caption a var moderate tone. "n or two of the ipposli Ion paperi which ar in i loc touch wltli lei man circle raised a loud outcry, declaring that the renult nf the binding and ihe occupation of Serbian Maci-uon a wnuld be tn hand over the latter t- Hulguria If at the lam moment he ehouid pretend to ne tho error of her waj "Public opinion, apart from the prtHH. takes an entirely optlmtitlc vlaw of tlie lauding. Tlie man In the Ml reel in quite cheerful over thi Infract Ion ..f dreek neutrallt) . Tn the iriipan toned hai'aug'Jeri sboul Die 'high handed violation of t he count rs sovereignity and neutrsltty1 his aniwer w merely a Ink. " NYvertheb. It must h sdmltted thai had the I. Hiding been effected a fortnight ago, when no ofTsri neemed too meat on the part of the Kntente POWerg to HuU'aria at t he expeniie of Herbla nnd Ireece, public opinion here would hava been ttlStltlOtl) hostile, for tlie landing would have been taken a a measure of coeiclon ugainr Snbla and Oreeea In favor of Bulifarlen ambitions "The publication here of Sir 1-Mw.ud Qrey'i sharp warnlnt to ituigaria re moved these luaplcloita. Kt a lenient In the Veniielo pie to the fTect that the Allies have given the fullest guar antees are borne out by competent pri 1 kite information. British and Krerch MlnlSteri an Known lo have given ex plicit assuranosi that the preHenee of aii.ed forces in Macedonia 1 Intended solsty to help Serbia against an A US I PO. German Invasion end to guard Serbia's railway coininu n n at ton along the Xht dar Valley against a Mulgaria 11 attack "Tlie glUsd arm) alSO will be a great in iti and tmooura cement to Oreeoe whan the lat t r deddei upon a moe fi ital Ittteeeeta." The linily Tt'lffii'tiph'n Athens 00 ITS Hjaindani aiding under date of ictobor I ay- I "The (lovernmeiU! protest agnint the landlllfl of allied tionp at Sulonlea wai published, testually ui-day. it let: me public Indlhtarent. The people here aot'spt t ie uiwsMit y which ooiTepoli the I 1 lovernnteni to ake euoh a itep( whloh j navsrliielsse li r as; retted Knthusiaani and ponltdencs havs bean restored. The) nominal breseh of Qreek neutralltt li in! reaJh y wetcomad " Tlie eorrsanuleiti i'f llsfJS proclaimed has enal.lr.l lh.- tjl ii 1 Md t in 1 ransiulaS telearamifi Ki euyi mid 1 1 1 i ' lis Male In ireek Macedonia u i kiverunient to on of ad oonaular tg Utiaiilnilty I exists ullluliK the tfi. mm.,' furtors the counVy that nhould Bulgaria MUMR Serbia llieece will asalst her ally The ofllojgj opinion alout Hulirarln la that bar situation Is erltlml and that sh has been obliged to direct the concentra tion of two mVtOlOno on the (li-eek fron tlor ami that of three others along the Rumanian border. Nevertheless, it la nwBdjnti Mounding to this tsioepotidenti tiiat King Kerdlnaml and the ihivern monl have gone loo far already to with draw these troops. This Is also the opinion in roreigK dllomatle olndes, when, war with HuUriirla Is esinsldorecl InovHoMo unless something unexpected happens at the eleventh hour. The ro noon t rat ion of uerman trooiis on Ihe Serbian frxint, the OOTrotnondont ,IVMs:a further la ma a aaeaaaall IkAl RVtanttia ,,.- tlnuti Ihaaa trnam niMIUnSlM OOfl ftltO Inclii.liinr those on tbn Mumaalaji r ,,,.. while ,.ih..r sources, in h..-ti:e countries. plae the figuie at lljU.Oiin. SERBS IN FIGHTING. xnalrlan War OHIee Hepnrla ap lurp of Prisoners. . , - ate not Heeded. Altogether the altua- Ko(ii,i,;Mp.w n., 9, a. tloh morr :mmM1, nnrt ttl. ,knna. Via Amatordnm, Oct ttactlnf greater attention than the of r milting on the Serbian frontlet along , ,n lh, we. I III! I'llll.l tllVPr, llUfl xWtWIVW n tt'tit of th eiieCMKf innt I HH Intimatftl bjf thi Wmr Ofnct A number of Mtrhlan It uiuts wtr nii.dt j.rlnonera. Th War OfKCxl iiattamciit to-niKhi sayj there Is nothing to report from the Itussian or Italian fronts. The slate mi nt regarding the Serbian theatre was m follows : In the southeastern theatre we ap proached the lirlna Hlver on tho frontier of Serbian territory, secur ing prisoners. BVLGARS WITH RUSSIA. ( o in ma it il e r In I hlef isalnat leu Ion Plan, (ienev Hears. erml I'akl' Doeggfcg tn Tar 9in. ilrsrvA. Oct 5. The Trlbiiae's csjr- respondent In Bucharest telegraphs that a ivifig reriiinanu or isuigat .a coovenen the i 'pi.wii 1 oiinrll and the military staff It as the opposition lowileri to dis cuss the Hussian tiltlm Hum. M Bonoff, the leader of the Radical DomOOrgtOi spoke In favor of lussta. He and other opposition ncmbers bitterly attacked Premier lladoslavoff . The meeting, ra'cording to the despatch, was adjourned without nut deflnlte derision having been reach "I. It Is reported thnt Hen. Savorf, commander-in-chief of the Bulgaria army, declared In the course of the ineeilna "Kvery Bulgarian who uppoaoi Ruaala mtntts treason t" his cnurtry WHIRLWIND OF SHELLS MARKED LOOS FIGHT llrilih KvpwitnoHs ls Battle on Field Where Kntrlish AdTanced. of leONOOK, rt (t The Doihi COrOaecle prints the fOllOWini despatch from Brit" Ish hsadqUS rtsrs, dated Septemlrer 3"l : "1 went to-day into the centre of the I (treat battlefleldi here hoavj Aghtlruj is vim laaing p.ace, mno simi near ti.e fantoui lsios redoubt, where i le rman I dead ttii lie in heaps, a mtie distance away, lootniiiir up grim and gaunt against a gray sky, rose the tall steel otttlUnl of ths Tower Bridae. those mining SforHS al which 1 had stored sev eral times from afar throuch a thU'k VOtl of smoke as an iiisccesible land mark N it tun the Jerman lines. NOW they are within our Jtne In the centre of that town of Loos, which will forever hold the memory of a great British vic tory. "further awa) within the sons of the enemy's Hrs i came into the desolate lands of death. I paeead by ruined vil la ue and (own it was a long walk throusTh tin- narrow tranches toward tiiat I ,nns redoubt here at last 1 sto.nl in the centre of the Whole tntile line "1 K'al In the centre of a great Meld of flre, With the enenn'i- batteries on one sde and oil re on the other, in sweeping semlclrclei of shells The roar of gun was lnfeaiit nn-1 tory i ;ie The enenu was SWSOplng around to my right, and hi shell went o ei my hejd with a continual ruih, passlnfl our -helN which answeied back The whole sky Wae tilled with these thunde:- bolta. W . W the whole panorama -t the battleground M was an ugly, naked plain, risinn up to liuiiuih md Helenas on the north, falllm Oo-vti to loos on the east from where e stood and rising gguln to Hill No. TO, "Hit further eaM and a little south. "No Infantry atts 'U w ae taking place No man moved about the ground The i only moving thin.;! were shells. Which on lied up earth and StnoJtS and OtOOl a they buint In all dire'tion over the whole sous, Unly two men moved about the trenches Thoy were two k!iaki bos, carrying a (Jerm.in kah cylinder. They ihOUtad out a . hSOrlttSJ anewer to our; tiueatton "These are Hermnn trenobee.- Thav 1 Wore ' lerman t renches, but now ours. , A li r OSS tin open ground there was the famous Loos redoubt through whtonl 'Kitctiener- men' had stormed their way :i i lie dawn of t hat Saturday morning whloh bgan our advance. The dead were ailll heaped about il. a maSS Of horror. I town below in t he town of bOOg thoy were digging out the dead frm deep cellars and taking them awa. for burial and piling up Herman lielnmts. Herman lowers and Osfmati wsaponij and tiie great nfore of 'bout- Which had fuller to our hands " AVIATOR BACH MISSING. tmerlmn I nhenrd Of Mince I llulu Over t.fpman Lines. ,spe ui lb Itenpa'rft ft litis. lot. " Aviator at the lame camp with ,1 rati Aiiieriinit lii tiie K I TlIK t Hall. Who .i Bach, m enoh a e la tic nnetia. k f that t:ie latter did not I return from hie flight over- the Cor mail iins three itays previously. Me .-ays no news has lieen received whether be WM nbot doWM or fsll' into io-rmau handa i prisoner or met with an aocldent. vVtlltam Thaw writes confirming tin. but gltft tio detail BRITAIN TO CONTROL CLUBS. I'nrllaenent tn He tnUcoj IJlVS ' fan vcrtinient Pioi er. nil Cgoli tfesaafeA (e Tin i 1 IdOWDutf. ' 'i'I. 5 -Trie Itmlu Wall i h ai ns Unit as lesuit of a Qonfarenoe of I with rofe fence to t he ! thn anthnritli SVllS "f night olulil Sir .loan Simon, the Home Sccreta ry. will algh Uy bring up a hill In Parliament prvvltUng for llOV arninenf i It Is oalli 'or who will tontrOl of alt clults tn w time iiialaratiMMl that the rneiutuie pSOtsJly appointed inapectord, be einpwered to Inspert iniis at any hour. The clube. under the pro posed hill, will he unpe, led to olose nt tlie sams hour us thi rettautant h, namely i is 9s) in the IdOndon district 1 he new plan will include all oiubs Whatever their Status, a It Is held tm njOSSphls 10 dea' otherwise with what a need "undeelraUls" eiutw LIMOVNJ IsQPtia foil ALL CAU. ' - Ad h I : i ni( lisrceins I701 Ifwio. BERLIN PRESS TELLS GREECE OF HER FATE AttHcki fiims Oovernineil for Allowlnu VIolHtion of Us Nrutraltty. SAVS TK LIONS CAN'T LOSE .'prrlal Cnfts eaafr lo Tas lis, HrstlN. via London. Uct. fi. -The en tire 'lerman press la devoting much pa 00 lo the Balkan situation, the lead ing paper urging Bulgaria to hesitate no longer and advlilng (treece to throw In her lot with Bulgaria aoalnat Serbia Md Italy. The eml-offirlBl papers do not heil late to recognise the great danger en lalled In Oreek support of the Kntente l ower and that lovernment'a consent to the violation of Its neutrality. The papers warn Ureaoe of the traglo fate In store for her If the (lerman anpeale All tha papera reach the cotirluaion that by the action of the Allies at I Salonlca dermany Is Justified in having i occupied llelgluni i The rogekloll aaya: "The Rntente Towers protetted agains; the Invaelon of Belgium. Rngland took . put In the war only because llelglum's neutrality was infringed But on the flrat o caaion when It suits the Interests of these I'owern who aay they protect little natlnna they show an utter dis regard for the rights and neutrality "f little States." The frankfurter ffeftgng says "It Is easily seen, of course, thai the t ItlOmptfl of the .Miles to frighten llreere by the reported landing of troopg at Hiilonica Oannot be taken seriously, fur j it Is iPIMMlblO to see where the (Jtiad-, tui'le Kntente can I. Mi. 000 men to (part for thai purpose. ( Ireece has a et y uigent interest In preventing the landing of troop, for t biitory teache. that where Kngland ) j ph.nts her foot she generally stays. The j I Italian! Would take Avlona, the Hup 1 Btani Constant Inopls and the Kngllsh : an pfronch Malonicn. I "The sole attitude for Creoce Is neu- f hitty. Only the Quadruple ISntonta I hni an Interest In riraroing lreece Into the war If Hulparl enters the con- j . fill". all the more would neutrality it r soft hen drst for she would then neighbor to States all more or less I 1 exhausted by war Moreover! the profits I I of Oreek neutrality would be the SCQUlsl ' tloii of southern AllMtiia ami Avlona." 1 I The iVrenr;eili(ri(. In spite of the re- I pt rted presence if Kntente troops at Sa il -idea, does HOI take the developments I I seriously. "The report th it the quad ruple Kntente has sent 160.000 men to ' IUPPOI t Serbia i- without real found- ' Hon." aid tin paper "We tiij con sider it questionable whether the Kn- j t tente powers would really attempt to hasten via Salonlca to help the Serbian ) army " O'lober will lr the deriding month of the war." said tlie Bulgarian Minister j a' Berlin. M. Hltsov, In an inter view ' published in a Ielplc paper and repub- lieli! by the Itrrlinrr Zrituno am ! tuft to-day. The trvere ts News AffSOCy , , luramojfiaoi the dptouuvt! statement si . followi 1 Ttie Bntentl Towers will fry to force niii 1 deinoMs'se and threaten the tnip at BalonlOa, the latter j uuidlnsj of action i-eing posaiDis sines tns Niatnti. : ae every otM kn'ws, does tiot respect the rights of othr nations. "For Bulgaria there are only two pOS slblMUsa, e;ther t demobilise or to take! j action. The decision can not be long de layegj." I M RitOOV de. lared that King Constan. I tins of Oreoos knosvs his own miiMi well I and tiiat the 1 ireek ieneral Staff la j firmly convince! that the intral Tower I will be th.' 1ctor11; likewise that KiTig I Ferdinand of Utmiania iiunlerlialat.ee-l the InJlUencea of the Kntente in his 1 kingdom The ottlctal .Vorddf fi ne Al( rise ; I KHtHnp denies ihe itatomant madi b) 1 Hlgnor Barrilal. civil govsmor of the 1 Auslrfan territorj- OOCtlpled by Italy, that Baron voli Wang- aheim. Ilerftvail AinbassadOr to Tu.Uey, toVd Marquis Oarfonli forme- ital an Antbasaadoi at ConstantlnoplOi on Juv 14, 1014, that i the Austrian note to Herbtu was bound' t result In war Tlie i tvei 4a News Asjsnoy. vum niHrialng the denial. neither Baton von Wan sn helm nor the German Uov eminent knew in tldvance th- text of I Austria's ultimatum to Herbla The t3ovornsnenl orsjan further lu-ert that Italy was Iwuind to a policy of friendly nsutsllty because of g sypula tion in the lYlnh- Alliance treaty. The Amsterdam papers are coniinoed that t he BTh tente rwers would not have landed t oope al Batonlcs w ithout the connivance of Ureoce. The o,ues- t ion of a breach of neutrality, these paper say, due not exist. The 7 fofftntlf, t tie most influent 1 a I Amsterdam paper, points out that the nsutfallty f Qreocs was never guar anteed by any of the Entente nations a that of Belgium bad been by oer uui nr. BELITTLES OFFENSIVE. tocronun Viar Office 4tuoles PsoStOh anil firman Order. BsBMMt Amsterdam. Oct. ." An army order i-M.ed b) lien .Ijffre, the Prenoh commander in chief, to Ins of t icer a oji Heptembor 14( prepavatory lo t iie great Billed attach on 'he western front, i the subject nf n Sfgthy Hiate- rrent matre public b) fii Uerman Wur Office to-day. The keynots of thi statement li thai Uen. Joltre'l allseed army ! tlie Allies' great drive Krench soil of tii darn rder li-i-i to clear . 'Moie- ovnr." HtiiK the War Office, a British order wai found, totting the oidiers 'that on the coming battle depends the tate of oomlni British goneratlona.' ' Qsn. .loffre's order, ;t IS useeited, po truCtSd the French otllccrs lo tell tlie soldiers that the drlvtl ; out of tlie On niani from northern Praties would i fluetn'e nation hitherto neutral to eute. :ne war on tlrv Aliles side, Tha War ' iflice sta'cmenr emphSSlSSH the point that the Crench and Blittitl army older, show ths great attack w i intended to hr continued, this intention lui ving been shattered In the i iermajis stopping it, "The Oflly results obtained on IhO SH tire front wer In one place to the ex tent of twenty-three k Pnmei ens, and In another of twelve klloineten " lays ths statsnisnt, iddbig that Hiese rsaulti wre due t. "a gucrsaillll lllfprlsa re sulting from ati attach with g"1 " The SSOOnd line It "in no means The last line." the War Office points out. MOTOR BOAT PROTEST FAILS. , t. V NotlHe liermnn HM-HMOM! rssols t-narsaod vVkoei hipped. AniNt r..s. i let, fi The United si i ten Qovsrninsni does n i txinslder that i11 neutrality i vlolatsd l,y nH faol thai motor boats hum in thii eountn ars bslna ihlpped tu Knyland and Kratue, preaumahly lor aarvloo in th scout patrolt HKiiiniit (lerman h- innrlllM. The State PspSftmsnl SO ttuormed ths Qermau Mmiinnrvy Tilt action wan is ken uooauss ths I i man KmOSBSy linked tlmt , ihlpment uf .-ix iurh vsssOle I hold up nt Rostoti The nsutfallty board found ttu-T boats were uiismtsd end unarmwred and were not. winti rvndy for shipment uvuUuhle for isrvlct us veiele of wjr GERMANS USING GAS IN CHAMPAGNE FIGHT Mnkf liotormliifd Rffortl to Ki-irnin Oroiiml Loil Ut tho AlllM. ATTEMPTS ARE BAFFLED ggagOM ' '" eaar lo Tat. gts rata, Oot, f.. Kverywhara on the western front the Uermana r con tinuing their determined effort! to re gain the positions they lost during the recent great allied attack. This la In dicated by to-night's official com munique, which aaya Herman artillery Is displB vtng particular vigor In the con tinued bombardment of poaltlons behind the new French line In the t hampagne. Turk,,h (im-arrrmonl Asphyxiating gas bombs are used by . sxnn the Hermans In thle region. Ho far tha 1 l"lv - ( lerman counter attack appears to have 900," snld fr Uuttton yaatarday ait the been unsuccessful, the communique add. ' off lot f tho committee, "0 Flfrh avenue, ing thnt Krench artillery Is "replying j atjgfg, , f d we wn muuh very energetically. ... i A Herman attack In tha Vosgea wet 1 "trough Ambaaaador Morgenthau ! repulsed, the statement aeaarta. At levlate Uie distress Our plan la to bring practically all tha essential points In , meny Armenians aa poaalblo to thla SvSL Fr'nCe 'h ooutstry and glva them a ohanca to Hva The following official communique wn Issued by the War Office to-night: There has been a violent OOfnbard metit In progress at aeverat points north of the Brarpe and east of Arras Trench fighting a well as grenade and bomb throwing tisk pi SOS in the sectors of l.in.'tis nnd Amlechy. In the t'hampagne the snstTty ofi tinned with the aid of asphyxiating gas bombs hia bombardment of regions behind our nw front south of the N'Harin farm and In the neighborhood of Souam. Our artillery replied very energetically, bombarding the trenches and earthworks of the Uerman. The same artillery battle continues In the Argonne, In the see-tor of Ls llouyette, at les Kp'irge, In the forest of Apr ennnit and In J r rainc near Mowivel, Arramurt ami Ancervlller. On the evening of or-tober 4 the enemy attempted an Attiv k against our pogts east of Orbey In the Voege. lie was (Mimpletely retrulsetl. The afternoon COmmunlQUl was a follows : In Artots there was yesterday a fairly violent bombardment, both Hides Taking part, along the entire front to the north of the Scarpe, There was slo fighting with bomb and torpe does In the Sectors of ijuennevleres and Ylc-sur-AJsne. and of the plateau of Nouvron. In Ihe rhampagne district there has been a continuance of the artillery exchanges, particularly In the region of Bptns ile Vedegrangea, near the Navarin farm, and in the vicinity of Butte de Sotialn. In the Argonne district there has been fighting from trench lo ireuch, with hand grenade and bombs at t'ourtea ''haussee?. arid nt A Fllle llorta. To the north of Verdun, in the mi hi. Him of -rnes. Krench artillery was successful in-reaching a Oerman troop train and causing a very violent explosion. There is nothing to report from tlie remainder of the front. One of our aerial SQUadrons ha thrown down some fifty shell on the railroad station at Ida dies, near fe lon ne REPEL LOOS ATTACK. oeruifiMa Hepnrt Prlteii Hack (hr llrlilin isln. BgaXtNi ia London. Oct. 5. The Wat OffVcs lo-da announced that another ltrttih attack near tOOS had been re pulsed The official statement was as follows : A Brit h ha ml grenade a; tack on 1 the fortifications north of lxo was I again repulsed During fruitless at ! lacks on these fortification! the British left more than eighty prlsonsrs, si well as two mine throwers, in our I i.anda, in addition to their veiv cun- Uterable losses in hilled or Injured. K se turn of a trench which had been QDPUptod by I he French on t he 1:11 northwest of Qlvettehy wvi re- i i ptureti yeitenday. Kou. machine j gun were taken. ; In the Champagne Ihe enemy dla i rooted etrong artillery tire on the pos.- t ion northwest of Souain. When ' he intentions of the enem . to make an Sttacg 'ould be observed our artillery i prevented the enemy from advancing. At Vauouoli we foreetaiied the enemy t with our mining operations. Numerou I mlllS tKition of the eneniy were de- i I stroyed. I Aviators nf hs enemy dropped honibs on tlie village of Blache St Vaast. northeast of Arras. One in habitant a ; killed, otherwise no I damage Wll done OFFENSIVE NOT OVER." toerman I'pftto BUSlOOtS ( outlnu- mice of niei t'asapntgrni Bnti.iN. vis Ameterdsm, Oct. Tiie a'.l ed offt nsive i rot considered entirely at an end by Major Morahtt ihe mill -tary expert of tiie llrrlin-f 1 narbt'itt . whose article In that paper to-day is summarised as follows by the overseas News Agency : "Majoi Mora hi itatea that rten JohTre's .irmy order showed thit the French Qovemmout fe'i the neeemit) nf acting. Mint the mornte or ms r rej. i troops wis n lUbJeel of concern slid that therefore the forces that were to move to the attack were told that the eat offenilve movemeni 'M'u'd tnd th War at oin e "As a m'ter of fact. Major Moraht points out. "the attack did not hreak throuth to the (pen. hut wai stoptied on tbl Second line " Nev. rthelejes. be be lieves, as the enemy i notwlthetanding the heftvy losses, still lias large force available, II ta not to he expected that lie attack : as yet entirely terminated. I.lttle .H.alrj In Pre.irli OtaOk. MaiiiOi Oct. e.Tho War Minletry. re ferrtni to Ilie lassrltoa pf ti' Clennan Wur Offlee in a r.s'eni offlutol bulletin i hat the Croneh ahowed "h remarkable laek of approeUstlon of tin Sluattou" h eendlni forward mwaoi nf eavalr 1,, the r nt Kieut attack. statsl to-day :liat only relatively enmll aroupn nt I'avalr) were employed. These were sent forward swiftly after Infantry had taken the tirsi Qennan positions. One of the .yulr delaohniante took ton prteonera, saye the eiatontont EVENTS IN THE WAR ONE YEAR AGO TO-DAY OCTO0BR t. Cltrmauy Mndl nSW urtny to north ern Krunt'e In nti endeavor tn oUtflsyilt the Honking movsmenl if AIHe.t HuraoniURter tif Antwerp w.irnn in- habitants nf an iuipeniinK bombard metit ntifl Aitvlses non-.v-mhirtint to leiivi' 'he idty CJsmtan foroSS retrtlnt beftr 'he Rufsiun advaucs throuarh Huwalkl and Urodno ur iaJd to be fteelnsj In JiHiirder. Japansaa tropp oocupj 'empomriiy ihe island of Jolutti the ett of X r-0 Uerman Government of the Marshall lalanelti V $80,000 GIVEN FOR AID OF ARMENIANS Relief romtnlttM rinni to Mng Many Kxilos to This Country. 1500,00(1 FIND NEEDED Dr. Hnmuel B. mrtton, rvhalrrrmn of the t'nmmltitee on Armnnlnn Alrooltlea, nfinterttoeel yeaterrlay that altnoot MO, ')no has been subecrlhed lo BMMt tha tommitlee to begin the wnrk of r Mevlng misery In Armenia and of re. palliating as many as possible of the peoples evb-ted from their homes by the inousirKu uvea, iney wxn mmae gsan ciiiaana. I "l 1... . kSJ V It .. C "Our work l-.se hardly begin have several great problems to iva. We do imH know yet how many Arme nian refugee! wo can take on re of. We don't know now much money we ere going to have at "ir disposal. Most LmnmvlxafAdl MfeSidUMl w eiti not knuw what tra) attitude of the Turkish (kn-' ' enmeni toward ur proJOOt is gilng to ihe. Mu'ii has leen jirmted already aa I regard t he f rightful cruelty prat lied by the Ttirk nraitift Armenian ChflS 1 tians, much that I abmdirtely aiittKih tatlVO HO part of which can le duhteil. "Now m addition to the evidence which this committee has bad published thOfS has been recelvei! by a guntletnan lu thla city, and from a ery high offbdal source in the Turkish Koiplre. a letter which adds much to the teir!ble indict ment against the Turkish authorities. I qUOte parts of the letter which hear Strongly upon the truth of the situation, j " 'The general impression among the Kuropeans tn Constantinople, was that the policy of the Turkish Uevernment t tided to denude the six Armenian vilayet of their Armenian inhabitants so that future claims for Armenian re- 1 forms might be forestalled The farts ' go to show, however, that the scheme of the Government i more radical than that and that it alms at the total ex termination of the Armenian race throughout the Turk sh Empire 1 " 'It seem that hafdl) 1 per cent. I Of the Armenian population i Irft to day In thoae vilayet for which reforms 1 were projected and decided upon It ll xerifled that no Armenian Is left In the I I vilayets of Bras rum. Trobiiondi ftlvna Marput. BltlSI and l!arbekr. and that, a population of about 1.000.000 w sud- I uenly moved southward ' " "A cable was received to-day from . Ambassador Morgenthau which laid that he could Ue 1100,000," added llr. DuttOn. "Money for the relief Is Mow tlig hito The ccmmlttee, one of our clic ks I this tnorninu being for S000. ContrlbUtlOtll should be addressed to, .diaries It. Crane, treasurer, to Fifth I avenue I ITALIANS OCCUPY HIGH PEAK. lrle sir, not taslrlan lefaih BS e ti t n I o in Ta r r I a n o Huinmlt. Ipscfaf rigOie 'fpat-h tn Tur Ori j Do ms, ci ;. Tiie following offldsl Statsmont was IsiUOd by the Italian! ! War tJfttee to-night : 1 In the Ton ile sone on ihe evening 1 of October a one of our mountain di- I ' visions climbed the proclpltOUl Tar- riano summit, dispersing detachments j j of the enem thereon .md dsstroylng , eferu es In prfMess of conel rtirt ion Thev returned t,( their own line un- J dof heavy artillery fire, the eneniy j iMsing prevented from reocoupyttig ihe ! pooltlon by the the from our battarlee i on the Sppl oaciies In the Fella ValtO) on tin nlghl Of i iclolMr 4 lbeetiein attempted aji a'- tack on our positions on the t'OUteObu I t orient, h Jt w as repulsed, i i iti the i 'arso plateau there wa the usual srtlllt r i. ilon. ! A new movement of train has l-een ' noted "n the Trier te railway line I between JVabrealnn and Kan llovannl. WAR TAKES TOLL OF YOUTH. l-:lu lit -nine llrltlsh Ofslooro I Odor '. Kiiini II wee Oofohor I. S'eSClOl i .iiv 00$p6trli to Till Si H, London, uel ' The toll of youlli iii. a ir tins esoeled tune far is indl iiiteii by the oblluarlae apnearlna in Ihe prooa KlBhls'.nliia Hrit.sh orr.-srs bet 00011 i" iii''1 ti yeara old l.een KlUeJ IDC Oi lolier I. l.n.'s llrl.lsli l.tissrs ll.oes, iaari'al foal ' lifpairk to Ta i s t..Nv. " t. n To.daj' a olflcl l I'aaualty Hal roverlnt all iimi-n fronts aios tin number nf officers at 106( of' whom 9 wore killed, and that nf man ut Lite, uf whom JR. were killed Tins' makes a eere Kill. ti't.ii of S.042. if whion tii d ir vtini'i. un Lnaombora ItaaLiNi '' n amaterdam. Ort, Ocareeai Kets-e avenry savs tii rcrant attark nt Kreni'h aviator nnbura homhs mi in ti. .-u-ry.tcnl Pnlar n d lh r ini.-at ruler... i,. The Lux ir th. The Money Master By Sir Gilbert Parker "Perhaps the best ami surely the most pleasing of all my novels," says the author. "The book is admirably written and admirably worked out. Ihe style has min gled gayety and pathos, humor and charm; the story holds the reader's illtsftat throughout . . . A novel which is not only worth reading, but worth keeping." N. Y. Times. Ltather SI. 50 rut Lloth $1.55 nci HARPER & BROTHERS Established IM. L Reach for your telephone Call the Dictaphone RUSSIAN TROOPS TARE 5 VILLAGES Suitchm-'s Report cil goiltll if i lie Pripel Oermam l.oM Trenched. OA INS ON RIGA FRONT .-tff.-t; ''f7' nttpatrh tn Tiif ri IoONDONj Oot .". The Tlnr' o-re-ipondSrM at retroRTad vtew-sj the sltim Ikm on the enstrrn then.tre hs follow: " Although the operAtlOftl ntvm: d r'Witik merit nhief attention the enemy ! still extremely active 'ti the soul li rtoweVOr, iHfniiarlic the natUn of these operajttoni with the recent fltfhtlna on the whole front, it Is evident that the slan of the Merrn.in soldier ii mu-h Im paired, "All the prisoners mad1 n the last few days by the K verts n rrny (rrr.up were extremely ehau-iel nd hllterly romplaln SsboUt the pi-elo's;attin nt the war. They dei-i,re thev hnd Seer prom led the operations would rMse after j tin- iMpmr of Hret-hitovl "The Kurlnn defence of DwtfrSM 1 faorod by the faol that the operation pro to4 if a positional nature; hefM'S the KuMlans re able to ntatfWSUVre with i pomparattvs freedjom, whne t. e pnm Is thue deprived of tin- adva-ntasree i ins heavy Blesie artillery, The Osrmans' aotlvtty i belnsj Inoreaalnsjly hanvpered I hy nUtumn tains and had poods 'i follOWltll "Ml' nil e'unrnun'.'Ttion One more The open dLoor To Heat lr LUKt t Power stand widl And. all outside May enter in and see WKat EdectT.citry Has done, can do B-y methods new Lo meet the myriadL wants From arc "to frying-pan, aLx-pressed these oLavs In various ways By man, insatiate man And. say Xhe ILlectric way Xs tho short cut to success Nothing less, "Wherever vou apply it-, And, i-j- you don't believe it so Why try it; simply trv it. That's what II However this is not An arjfument". Ifs a tfrand blow For thi5 Show II Oho, Fverybocly come I Tho 5 ho w is oin some I W .1 1 'l.ptnn, ISMeaiSSJJHIHIUKJI Just say : "I am willing to bo shown how I can cut the cost of my correspondence from a third to a half ; now my typist can turn out from '6070 to 100 more letters, and better letters, with no more work. How I personally can dictate at any time I want, at home or in the office dictate as much as I want, and at any speed I want." Say that, in your own way and we will show you. The num ber is Worth 3048. 83 Chamber Street h"1 DITWMVAIE ssaosnei (TKu adeerfiMmenl tea dutattd to th ?hraph i wns rocolrod from reii-'nr' I i (Ml :e- There have been neve?rul em nients on the HlflS front. North Bl re ha I Ion out tro;ps on up sd portion of the Usrman trenches i riKhttns continues along the line Lakes T fe.ni men, 1 est! 1 1 . MmUXk ond Vlchno) in the pssjton of Hmorgon II I fi ti.er south, as well as on the uppe Niemen. In the nolwhhofhotxl vIMuKe tif Dollatlt hi, there hive tse( continuous iklpmlshes with the r n aho Is ciideavorliiK. Inn nnsu f'i'l, to advance in an eastern d h tlon South of the Pfipoti after nans merit on ihe middle Stf. in Ihe kt of the KovoUHarny Hallway, ou troops occupied the vlltse of Voul Kolloush tis, Iptovo, Voltchltsh en ModVlOshtta. In 'cne pi . e the ' emy retired In disorder RUSSIANS REPl I.SFD. I.rr.nn.in Iti'iMir. Katlnre . tl l.l'k. .ill II lllilrlllill ru's lr..u.s Llmi.lN, s-i:i Ixmdon, Ort. i iiTi io lay laaiied ilie f I'll.- '. Ar ma ..it 'ial raporl ri":ariliiiK nssratloiis Ruaala Anny (roup of Field Marshal von Hlndenburiri Afir tlieir defoal i Octnber :i the HiiaSnia yootorda) r peotod their mttactta mi our pnalttun atth ur.iii foroeo, trblofa wore ropulaei eaalty Vhere is nothint; tn repon n niK Tle ot..,-r arni gruupe. Brera tlonoeetlo in UlaeToavi Hkriis. Ma amatordam, Ort. .. ports from Milan stale that Oeveil l.tn Qonerata hava been relieved nt romtlUUtda because cif th.' failure Italian Itivaolon nf Auotrte aSaiaA a ; t Tut A i