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Plan to Use All Niagara's Power.
Novel proposal to turn falls off and on at will by means of huge dam above cat aract described and illustrated in THE SUN to-day. See Page i, Part 5. 1 THE WEATHER FORECAST. Fair and cool to-day and to-morrow; northwest winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 59; lowest. 4 Detailed weather, mall and marine reports OB pago 'i VOi-. LXXXIII. NO. 40. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1915. (JopuHght. 1 ! 1 r. . bn thr Sun Printing anv PsMMklM Amoclalion. 72 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 10, AMERIGANWINS THEASTORCDP; RECORDBROKENi Alttlpttfttt, ill a SI in .. Goven KM) Miles With Average tyieed of 102 Miles. 75,000 KE AlTT08 Hi 1; T SHKEPSHEAD On 1 i Caw Finish Dis lance Hestn Hh t I, cine Track. American utlvsr and ;.; Anderson and n Amerl Ills white T1 StlC vii th- Astof MB last 11! tho lay at .- h, 4l IUi Hneedwn) y eaten treason b travelling farcer than ntaji hit travelled bafotl for a distance M lone IM mllta In H hours 24 tuln Vtrs 42 WCtmOA or at IBS rate of 102 6 intles an hour. Throughout t';.u Ions sftsfaooa Oil Aaderaon Dad round the. vast tltpsa of t ie speedway as .1 hunted soul Haas sn the rim of Time, lie and hie curly haired, aughlng eyed laatnmsts Tom Itoooey. T',.- etrtl fOtSBIIS that ruined the hope if more famous drivers that they oouM lot match Uiolr ItMtalnad speed and their cool, dear Judgment of iiuw much svardrlvon inaeJdnafy can ds at mere feHW'S Will e.i,d tbon from such errors , furlotu seal an arracked the ambitions vf Dsrio Heat a, Johnny Altken, Barney ninth Id. Hob aim mail and Howard WUcox, OuUpeeded at the first oy tne PstlgSOl nit 1. as hue a crew of racing dare Sat It aa ever ainkod at lbs hereafter; gntenglned by the Pougool car, the moat powerful racing machines thai Prance ir any other country ever offered on the altar of tba orasy god of apoad, 1 .. kepi their steady pace, tBI A;.der sun 1 1 Tom Boooey not durlt g too trvjtl) nor giving too much, always eet m tied Mid oonttdettt, always euro ,.;' : esnselVOS and of their Sturdy earn. Slant) el am thai the IViiKcol men see ' ot rnakitaln the astounding pace 1 set, Th BtUtS men knew thai a ' is laws of nature hud iduutped vi: a. gilt Ia machine over made by ind of man OOBld haep going to tSs il u der such paca an ItiHta set, 1 '.' tulles an hour. So the) played BlS BUI their OWn way and went on .c.ii u win houoi and story and much SMS n groat e Ivor cup for Harry ti. suit, or Indianapolis, ;uo J2ii.'iini Uit prls. ! .r Andera m and the Jlu.uuu sec . ! prise for Ruoney, ' lul a I ool lotoe. Tust the kind of a man Harry Stutx Is lie toll the tremendous excitement of Victor) ni the greatest autofnoblle r.e' ever fnugtll for sines the stealing ef HHttii secret begun, the splendid fi.: break Ins a eortd'a record sitli Iiii car, the iriie .,f beatliuj Ihe F: 1 net! Ht Ihelr OWtl sKilful same aa imp rturhably aa If Koine one hail tohl an . wax Hi.' winner of a box of rigs 1 son lottery- He smiled a little, pencil from ;. newspaper in ' i' io,- Ntand, senl a mattsr of fact announcement of the news to In dlana and then asked wlial whh the arora ..f the world';. Merle baseball ti.o'1. Mum body askeii it.m then how i':ie i 1 motiey would he divided, the ; kllfully and pluuhlly Won ly Anderson and liooney, "Oil, Ihe money," raid Harry BtUtg, ii goe to the boys, of rourHe. Oil ni hsv Me 1 1 ; hii. prist I I get III. What more omehow ft and Tom cm hav. cup and the honor, does a man want '.'" U that the TStSSS who had witnessed the gp-at fht to know nt once, on the it tiii-. mall bad dona si. that rac ! put, wl if tin V wer. n't completel) cheered sal nulii raw., a grand salute, for till ining was log and handsomely done, lint tie- ,.,. ouo wer. scsttering to trains si. i i'n,... automobiles, and ihey wi'l ' tv I., wait until mis mornlag 10. know how this man from Indiunanolla t... k III credit ami lei the cash go. ' folio wo r of old Omar, he. I ' . great race bad it- triumphs.! phi for tnele Sam's make of carl 1 for in few drivers of cold steel 1 lilt Doty heart who survived the ' bli strain on body ami mind. it. 1 .1-1 ns tragedies, its shattered am ami brutally crushed hopes. No 11 tnn iiii. 1 llt-n ten lla.l Tli. bSi : young Kario nests, who has II us comet wfse across ihe flrma. of the racing world, young Bests Iiii .1 ill rUh am) British training, enjoyed mini yeatsrdsy ihe honor ill in fasl 1 than any man had Ulc II 1:. 1 lo go; who was Hist favorite for v tor cup, whoso chances were of : glllei t. hud he bet u of more V x and dashl g. a true king of was out in front, forcing his t 1 ire ur steel ami fla to unheard ' - ' when count ting rod ansppsd 11 1 ail of his huitoes snapped with the lie crowd, ami .-p. chilly tho ' ' . of the crowd, that has been his aniaslng prugreaa, trembling 1 1 1 hoia for his victory, turned flofcle 11 inst.iiii, caw him dlssppasr Intd lb., pit, m. 1 linn rstsed 1' eys 1.. another hero, .v 1. Altken, Johnny of t lie ivu ( alio drove Into the favor of the 1 iftui Hosts paswd from the track ' irlly, and mile after mile, as 1 .-Ion I. In,- car SWOOpOd and " ' 'I i""i o round the two mile 1 ''' of Hie modem Clrous afaglmus, ' ' I pi ..led 01 Its wake. Hut Johnny 1 lemanded too much of the ling ' ! Ha' insensate. They wer. n't . itv. 10 . fast for him t . drive, ' Weren't making tlietn strong ' t Johnny's hoi ambition, At -I oil., aid running In the lead, ' del Ja. ket . rack, d, clouds of 1 '. r , .. front Hie tortured car and my 'I tor. lie unit with a le 'ii his face, but 11 was hard to thai an) min bit Unit race yes 1 1 "oh a smile in his h art. Bslph ' usllss'd oa hijti-tnth I' . , Hor the reports ni yesterday's world series baseball game, which Ins Boston team woo by 2 to 1 in t IliiaflSlpbiBi see I'Mge 13. The itesl game will be played in Be s lon to-morrow. V. Teutons Storm Belgrade, Serbians Retreat South; Report Bulgar Invasion Crtnnan and Austrian Troops Enter Peace Capital of Serbia, Head of Railway Leading to Constanti nople, Meeting Little Resistance. ALLIES RENEW ATTACKS ON GALLIPOLI A' L'BTRO-QBRMAN forces, crossing Balkans toward CoBStsntrnople, forced their way into aMgfBdS yester day and OBBttplSd the renter part of the Scrlilan peace time capital. I Apparently no great resistance wim offered by 'lie garrison. The Allies are still leading troops at Islofllca to lie nent north alons the railroad to Nlsh in sn endeavor to pfsssnt the Teuton ami ituiitar forosi from j gaining the two Strategic lines which are the chief objective of the Invaders. An Unconfirmed report from Bucharest says that Bulgarian troops den troy ed ' .1 bridgs on the Nlsh-lalonlos railroad at He nils Kaiiou. near the Berbo Qrssk frontier. The allied IrOOpS going to the aid of Serbia must depend entirely on this railway line. The franco-British forces at the Dardanelles have renewed thSlr attacks, ays .1 despatch from Athens. The report mentions only activity by the fleet. BuIk tria has prat, stsd to Orseee regarding tin- violation of its neutrality hv the allied troops which landed at BeUonlca, t'.ertnnny. It la said, made a ' iniilar protest on Friday. Blr Kdward (Irey's SOItdttOt of the diploma' k) negotiations regarding 'he Balkans is bitterly a -soiled in the London press, BWajT papers blaming the ; POrSleTB Office for its failure to bring Bulgaria to the nu!c of tho Allies. On the front in Krance Herman attacks at LOOS, Htsde In chxe fortnntion, I were repulsed with heavy losses, according to Hie French War Office. in liussia, the German advance an owinsk was continued. Qsn, von ; LlBSlBBSn'S army drove Ihe Russians across th Siyr In OslioiS I'etiograd, however, reports successful attacks In BULGARS SAID TO HA VE CUT STRATEGIC LINE Unconfirmed Report From Bucharest Says Invaders Blew Up Bridge on Saloniea-Nish Road. Over Which Allies Must Pass. isetssl ' 'tfe f)ajssf 1 1 to TBS si s. LoKI'oN', Oct. '.. -Belgrade, the jteace capital of Serbia ami the most impor tant city in the country, was stormed and the greater part of It was oocupled by Austrian and lieniun forces taag night and this morning. There as no expectation that lite small port! f iii-' city still hebi by the Serbian troops when today's official Herman M.i'ctncnt was Issued will be able to hold out against the Invadsra it is probable that the Oar mane and Austrlsns are to-night in full poBsesslsn of th. 1 Ity ami are OOOSequsntly ready to begin their mutch alotiK the Orient rallwa) lo Blah ami the Bulgaiian bor der, ti.e chief object of their expedition. Other Austro-t lerman forces operating further esat have crossed the Dsnubs at four poUits below Benutndrls, accords .ng to the assertion oi the i term. m War Office, and are now driving the Ser- b.ans southward, it .a from Hsmendrls that u branch "f the Orient railway runs south to meet the main llllu aollic tlft miles below Belgrade. Oaaa Dominates 1 Itadel, X peratlons agalnal Belgrads were directed frttni the southwest. After the main body of the forcer had made g I , tneli cromdnej or the Save the) stormed and occupied a hill lying west ami south, .if the capital from the heights of which. their guns readily dominated ihe citadel. Ii would appear from ihe meagre Infor mation at hand that the Serbs were not at... to make a verj determined resist ance and fell back quickly before the .inrush of German nn0 Austrian forces. The official German statement to-day says : Tho mam sections of the two new armies under Held Marshal on Mackenaen croaaed the Save ami Danube rivers After the army of lien VOS KosVOS had captured .tuner Islan 1 and the bill t" the southwest of Belgrade it succeeded in cspturlng Ihe greater pari of Belgri Itaelf The Aus- trlans stormed the citadel, The Her- mans sloinic.i tne ionai. iiwrara men! buildings), These forces are now penetrating the southern portions -of the town. The army under Ren. von tiullwttl forced crossings of the Danube at four points below Bemendrla, driving the snsmi southward. An um oiitli ined despatch troin Ttu-; . barest says a Bulgarian force has In. vailed Serbia ami, pressing forwsrd with gteat rapidity, has reached Demlr KapoU ami blown up the railway bridge ui the kialonlca-Nleh-Belgraue railway ,t that point. There Is no official news to otillrui tins report, which ir true is f the greatest importance, as it is over Ibis line that the Klfirll and llrltian leeiifor. ementa to Ki-tbla must pass. Thei city of Belgrade atanda on an eminence at the confluence of the Save; and Danube rAcrs ami colisetiuently af- I forda natural means of defence, in spite ,.' the natural advanlagis. however, the S, rhs Ware f aced to give way. the In vading fones advancing along many avenues from the west of Ihe city to the very heart of it at the Konsk. Prom lb'' OfflOlsl Herm.ni statement It THE SUN TO-DAY . 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SUN and readers should make sure that Ihey receive it. the d.ive for the drive through 'he the south. appear! thai the Auatrtans stormed the itadel and the iiermaus tin KotlSS, The citadel is ail SttClenl fortress overlook ing the Danube and Save rvcrs. Its walls were badly battered during the Austrian Invasion iat December, when the city was aim. tet laid waste by a bombSMrdjneilt which lasted for several weeks. Since that time the Serbs have been unable to make srosl the destruc tion QSUOSd by the AttsMBfl heavy guns. teuton Preparations, Itepoi'ta to hand to-da) from t'te Aus-1 Irian war pre headQunrtera give the first description "f Ihe OBSnlng of the j Ausiro-i h-rmati offenalve against Serin. t. W hile the heavy artillery of tu Auatro Oerman armies syatematloally bom barded 'lay and night the HerbUwt fortttl catlono on the river hanks, thus engag ing th.. attention of the frontier guards, pontoonsand materlata tor bridge con struction were transported hi great quan tities ..cr th. Hungarian rallwnya, and were prepared ut aultable points as ; set retly as possible, raTSnch aviators were sent to mass observations, but they were baffled by til,- Cleverness of the Teuton devices Used 'o conceal 'ht Work being done. They were akto harassed b) anti-aircraft guns ami by the aei ophuu-s of the A US-tro-tlerman armies, a bonnairdinenl of. terrible vluleice compelled the Berbian frontier guards 1,1 retreat to Intrenched I poelUona and even there they were kept uonalantly under Are, At numerous places tin Herman ami Austrian pioneers atarted preparations for cross- '. mg the rivers Under cover of Infantry slid in a f. . in. urs ihe Drin. 1, gave and Danube wen- croaaed at several points. The storming column which crossed the rivers were met by Serbian frontier t'.s.ps an, the advance guard of the Berbian army, hut the attempts of the Serbians tn maintain themselves in the!: Wrecked positions were in vain. The' AUStro-UernuU! tr...ps entered Serbia 1 on a front eglending over t". miles, it was on December I, Itt4, that tho Austrian', after many unsuccessful at tacks, finally occupied Belgrade. Twelve days later the Serbs regathared thttr forces ajnl after a ser.es of bitter at tacks drove the Austrlana out again and hack across (lie Save end the Danube. From a mill tar) point of view the fall of Belgrade la of little Import anoa in itself, as the city whs not strongly ile feuded and its capture Is a more or less i barren victory. It HeSd of It it 1 1 rood. The lies ill Ilea. I which Important aide r the occupation tlie fact that at Belgrade Is the of the Orient railway, along the Teutons propose to advance In Bulgaria. With a well established erosolnR of the s.iv. southwest of tin city the Hermans and Austrian. will have at Belgrade an advantsgeoua base fnsjn which ui push forwsrd I net r oners limis besides, having a firm foothold in Serbian territory. The Herman War OfBCS fails to men tion lo-day any progress of tin- r.irces which yesterday were reported lo have crossed the Save m ar Mllrovltza and tm Drlna at a point probably due east of Sarajevo, it is therefore assumed by tin. British military critics that this branch of the armies operating against Serbia is not making headway and lias CosBssed oi Fifth Pops, GERMAN ATTACKS AT LOOS REPULSED Advance in Closo Foi'iiiatioii, but Arc Cut Down by Preneb Kin. TEUTONS LOSE TBKNXH I A I tempt by Them to Take Of-; feftsive Fnils All Along the Line. fleaniei soli hrnpoirh t Tas si v I'amis, Oct . The nttai k made y. s- terday by the Qanasns against the positions In front of I.oos taken by the Allies In the recent lighting was re peated this morning, hut the eneHt) wna driven bach into his trenches j The attack made by the ilernians on ( the?.- SBine positions yeatcnlay CSUSSd them hraw losses, according to reports reaching the W .r Office last I night. The enemy made the attack ill l.ise formation, three very dense forms tlOBS following one after the other In the attsok only a few detachments of the Hermans succeeded in getting a fis,t bold In the trenches recently lost by them between Uoos and the LCItS- Bethune road Tne official statement suys of these three dense formations of j the enemy "all these troops were cut ' down by the combined fire of our In- . fanny, our machine guns and our ' artillery." i Along th" rest of Ihe line the Hermans i sought to take the offensive to-day with ; out result. In the Argohne the French retook a trench loel to the Germans yesterday on the Belllon-tisintrey front. I Tlie Official communique Issued In the i War Office to-night follows; (The Herman renewed this morning Hp it attack, against out trenches .-. front of LooA They were driven back into the trenches from which they ' started. Tnars wss a violent bombard i msnt on both sides In ihe course of the afternoon on tne whole Arto.s front, ; Enemy demonstrations by artillery and ina hine run Bra at the Klve ''r.-s- roadi to the east of Sou. hen, ami on the Aisne, near La- Clodst, Were Stopped by our harrier tire and were tint fol- lowed by an) Infantry action. in Champagne we completely re pulsed a counter attack against the Tuhure heights and dispersed the enemy, apparently preparing a new at'aek. Titer, w.i lighting with bombs and aerial torpedoes In (ho ArgOhne, in ihe region of Le Four tie I'arls. on the heights of the Mouse, at ihe Cslonne ...i. eh atii at la KpsrgeS In Ixnraine we retook a tren 'h in Which the enemy had been able to maintain hi OHM I? as u result of yes terday's attack on the front between Hellion and L,ntry. The afternoon communique was as follow s : The ret.ii is ..r la-t night wl forth that the German IQOSBS in the offen sive movement undertaken yesterdsy agalnal Looa and the posit ions to the north and to the south of Lone actually held by our troops ere re very henvy The assault w is made hv ttiiee auc ceaslve and vary dens, formations of men, followed by detachments in col umn form All these troops were cut down by the combined Pre of our In fantry, our machine guns a. id our ar tillery. Only a few detachments of th Herman were successful in secur ing a footing in a trench recently conquered by us between Looa ami the roadway irnm lens to B ihune. Other local attacks, but equalling the. In violence, have been repeated .mains' our position to the southeast of Neu villi -st. Yaast, but they were com pletely repulsed All ihe progress made hv us in the last few' days has been maintained. There has been a fall W spirited .'Hn- nonadlng, In which both aides took part, In the sector of Liaons, as well as in the renimi uf Quennevlerea and Noiivron. In the Champagne district a Herman counter attack delivered last iilitht al a point to the east of Ihe Bavarln farm was definitely checked by a cut ; tin of artillery fire. PIERCE GERMAN USE. id i n-n f.'SWBISBBOr Iteporla tea. Near Hill Til. laoKDo.x, Oct. '.' in a statement issued tonlght, h)' the official preas bureau sir John Prenclt announces ih. it the Brit- isb have penetrated the Herman lines for distances vsrylng from boo to ,i yarda near Hill To, northeaal of Looa, The Hermans made a violent attack in waves on the front south of I s yes terday, hut was repulsed everywhere, suffering heavy losses. Tlie Brltleh made a counter attack, gaining a tier man trench. The report, fiated 7 2n p, M to-night, follows l since my communication of Octobet -t the enemy hns constantly atiellril our new trenches south of La Baaaee Canal and has made repeated bomb ing attacks on the southern portion of th.. Bohensoltsrn redoubt, which is held by us. Thee attacks were all repulsed, in spite of 'iie enemy's nrtlller) fire, we have pushed our trenches steadily forward northeast of Looa, between Hill 70 and llulluch, and gained ground varying from '.Oil to 1,000 yards In depth. yesterday afternoon the enemy heavily bombarded tlie whole sres We had recently won from him, and fol lowed this by an attack In successive waves oflnfantry on the whole front from south of Uoos to the Hohengol lern redoubt, This attack was re- tiuiseii everywheroi with heavy os to the enemy. We gained poasesslon by a counter attack of a Herman trench .".00 yards WMt of the Hilt St Kile. tlresi numbers of the ansmy desd arc lying In front of our lines, Our losses were comparatively slight. FRENCH LOSE A HILL. l.ermaiis lleporl rapture n i ,, ,. Month of I.elnlrc. . fpScfsl Co6B ttPiti'tt to Tnz Si x. Hum. in, via London, Oct. !. The fol lowlng OfAoisI statement on Ollgratloni on the western front was issued to-day: Northeast of Vrrnirlles an Brlgllsh SttSCk failed with heavy Iossuh io ha assailants. WS progressed southwest of Loos. In Champagne (he French in soma places penetrated our trenches east of the Bavarln farm. bUl were driven out after a sanguinary battle. The Pretich hSVO lost the hill south of la'lutrey. Wo captured an otlleer and seventy men, wllh one machine gun and four mlno throwers. WILSON AND FIANCEEI AT WORLD'S SERIES President and Mrs. Halt More Absorbed in Kwh Other Than in (tame. BIG WKU OMK BY FANS Strains of "The Star Spangled Banner" Temporarily Lost Fpon the Couple. I nn Mri c 111 . Oct. 9 A world's . I series baseball game, especially one that I endl In a score of 2 to I. is supposed ' to be exceedingly Interesting, but It sp- I psrently cannot cnmiH'te against the in- I teres' tbSt nn engaged OOUple baseball: fans both At any reached by have In each other. rata that's the conclusion fans who sit near the box I occupied by President Wilson and Mrs, Norman Halt at to-day's game. There I seemed to lie moments when the Presi dent was ohiiv ions to everything and everybody else OScOpt th' woman at his ; sale. In fact, both tlie President and Mrs. Halt appeared to be so much In- j terested In each other IhSt they not only i overlooked some of the most stirring j I points of th" game, hut also the fuel I : that the hand was playing "The Star I I Spangled Banner.'' All of which led otie fan, who was j ! trying bard to watch Isjlh the Bane and the Presidential box at the same ' time, lo remark : ' The re' a no use In trying it. You! j can't Stack au tiling against the woman i you're going to marry. Not even u I world's - nes gamt c.iunt Ti,.- Presl-1 j dent's i goo.t fan. hut lie s uti against ' a bopeless proposition to-day." 0 Mr. I. all for Ihe t'hllltea. , At tile Olltset amid be niatle clear in ide up hi r mind in. hall park that , that Mrs. i ink hud I iK'fore she went to i she wants 1 to see it is not known how i in ladolpma win, mut S) pressure eh est il' d from hb any rot I 'ret iden i: the President to divert him attitude of neutrality, but at In the seventh inning th" With Mrs- Hal. ami about 16,- ..'Hi riiilatl.-li'liia fans stood up In tllf grand stand in a sort of votive cere mony to hring good luck to tie- home team. Technii ally speaking t he Praatdont is Involved in the defeat of the Philadel phia team. At tile same time it may he .-ant tin' ihe manager of the Phila delphia team seems to hate learned a les- .a a to the costliness of permitting courtesy to the President . r anybody else to tlgure in a contest for the World's, baseball championship. It had been planned that the Presi dent should have the tlrt pitched ball ,s a souvenir of the game. The gaun started when Mayer, the Philadelphia , pitcher. : dslphls was tin the cat tossed -bail to tin- Phils ' Batcher, The ball, it is said, .vn wide purposol In order that her might walk nver to th' ; Prealdent'a ' which was , to Boston, I bos and present it to du:.c. il was really i him. gift Hooper' "Iralraj, 1 Tho first Boston plsyer at the bat was Hooper, who Is a pood wsltor, Three ! SUbseiiuent balls went wide .if the plate and lie walked to II : st base. The re 1 suit was that Hooper scored the first , ! lUti of the game, The . tiniest b. ing won by a margin of nly one run. bus - I ball doplsta figured that Phlmdelphta's courtesy t,. tlse Preafdaiit cost the home I team deal ly. The Philadelphia fans did not go sa i far as this in their analysis of the w-hya ami Wherefores of the home team's de- ' ; teat, or if they did they did not led tile point against the ProsldSUt, They ' i gsvc htm and his brtdetu-bS a tu.'nul 1 tuuus welcome when the c uple appeared ' 'n their box at the centre of the uriiml I stand, and throughout the uame evi denced the friendliest interest in tho Prsaldentlsl party. . Mr, Wilson and his fiancee wars rivals i witn the aplendid contest itself In the in terest they aroused among the fans. Kverybody wanted lo see whether Mrs. I la It was as bssutlful as her pictures, bow the President looked when talking with her: and for a little while after their arrival thousands uf people divided their attention between Mr. Wilson. biX and the events on the diamond. Il was not bmg. however, before the gams absorbed the attention of everybody. In I i hiding tin- President. The President arrived in Philadelphia Ml 1 o'clock from New York lie bail ' luncheon in ins private car at tin Broad j street station and did not arrive at the ball pnk until a few minutes after tho i time scheduled for ihe opening of the! game. Qysotingi lo tin- Pfsslaaati Thousands of persons who had no ' hopes of seeing the game Were gathered outside the park and cheered him a his automobile drew up at the pate, With considerable difficulty Ihe party made Us wa through the thronged entrance nnd down the aisles of the grand stand to tile seals Which Ml. Wilson hail pur chased. Mayor Blankenhurs of Ph ladelphla aas waiting a' the President's box to extend a greeting on In half of the .ity. I Willi him was President Baker of th-' : Philadelphia olub. fhe cheering and I waving of Hags which marked 'I"' Pres ident s arrival quickly subsided as em pire Rlgler handed the Chief (executive a hill with which lo open the game. 'ni.. Preetdsnti win, played second i I base OS Tommy W ilson, in Ins college days, drew li n k and Willi a good twirl- I it's awing throw the ball iniu Pitcher Mayer's hands. The Philadelphia I I pitcher ha.i hardly caught tin. ball when the umpire gave the word for the game! to neglli. ' After 'he President had received tlie first pitched bull, he handed It to .Mrs. I Hall, who smiled. The souvenir then WSS passed to Joseph Murphy, chief of ' ihe President's secret service bodyguard, : In the seventh Inning, when all of tho Philadelphia fans were standing, l Imping to bring good lurk to th,- home ! team. IhO President ami Mrs. (lull con . tinned ill Ihelr chairs, apparently ob livious of the movement lu tho grand i stand ami lost In the Interest for each I other. On all sides there wero stand ing tans. Bven In the President's box i everybody else was up. Mrs. Hall, who i had apparently forgotten that she was for Philadelphia, suddenly ' Prealdent'a arm and they nudged the jumped up i togettier, witn siartieii expressions on j their faces. TltS same 'liitig happened in the latter half of the eighth inning, whin the CSSlfSsed on Second Vage. U, S. 1 AND LATIN AMERICA TO RECOGNIZE CARRANZA; VILLA WILL FIGHT IT OUT E ' .uaBB" . W W BBB fpSBBt U '4fafg Bafit , Gen. Francisco Villa. VILLA FIRM TO FIGHT ON; SEES A REIGN OF ANARCHY Northern Leader Condemns Recognition of Carranza, Asserting He Represents the Cientificos and Not the Poor People of Mexico. Ku Paso. Oi I e. -Hecognltlon r Car ransa by the United state and the Pan American Powers win only cause the Conventionalists to fight harder for the control of .Mexico, tie. iin. i Gen. Pran Cisco Villa in Juarez to-ldght. lb1 claims to apeak foi himself and the Zapata fac tion, although it Is known that Zapata long alnoa renounced affiliation with Villa. Villa WSa informed in his private car in the yards in Juarez that tlie decision had heen reached to recognize CsrrsnSS, "This will never bring peace in Mex ico; it will mean a hanb r warfare thai, ever," he said as he smashed bis list on a table. "It will be better for our faction now. We can go on with out plans To add to the chaos Carranza and Ohregon will now split, ami the world will soon see whether Carransa can control m xico or not." With Carransa t i say that you .night mii have air'" 1 t og' i zed people will to stop lighting, as sen.) ileiegates t.i. confer with them," said a reporter, 'Will you keep on lighting If Carraiiza la i e.-..gn.Z' .1 Will Keep on I'lullllllll. "I shall tight CSI nr. I.e. pies as long ransa and in despot le as he and uis prlnot pics al. thnsteiiing the ficedmn ..r the iss.r people of Mexico, said t ion. ins. II. iw tii.lliv t loops Have you. "I cannot OOUnl them, they are so scattered throughout ever) state in Mex ico under mail) commanders. CarranaS cannot defeat my army, try a he may. and represent himself and bis strength as be will " "Bui !u-t how does recognition of Car r ii. .a affect you unu the uonveniionauisi cause'.'" "In issulis not at all osmltlon of tin- ao-called despite the rec Constitutionalist i i.n . t nn. cut. which i no m.. re than car ransa and the old renctionar.es. The Conventionalist forces will continue as though nothing hail hspPS I- Till l. r. si of til IIIIIIOII I Pie. the .00 and oppressed of Mexico, Icmand it Oen. Villa appeared Office laughing like a b from his inner y and munching I on a P ii" wh.le in- gr ,,f officers and friends ted half a score whom he had no'. eaSt Ills smile I seen for several wt ellMllired lO il SCIlW l W II id that car- ransa wss to be recognised in ault nf khaki was a new one, his Btetson was fresh, ami ha Wore a soft shirt twisted a little Sideways nock, with no th- to adorn it. oltarrd at the Do Smi Represent I'ooe. "i 'arrattsu in d I Koverntnent d not i epresi nt the tinned. "Can his troops arc poor people," ill. i cm- I tnsa controls only where i actually st , tinned. Hall i mile a mile, two miles tlolll t ar- ratiza soldier WO of th" Conventional hit Government get di our Information from the poor people, who sec their hopes carried forward by the Conven- i ttonallst army ami who hat Carranza I and bis reactionaries. "I do not understand how ihe pan American conference can recognise Car ransa. He represents the faction which Dlas and lluertu did and until tin. In larasts of the poor I pie are oilii,l- eeed in Mexican government tlie Will the he no peace. "Carranxu renresents much Stockholders and th big monopolies, but he ' represents nothing for the poor people, who would be against Carransa fur life. The pan-American conferees in rec. OgniSlllg Carranza only open Ihe WS) for anarchy in Mexico, for t'arrunsa mean- favoritism tor tne innneyeu iq tereate- nothing lor the nmoti people, who have been oppressed by despotic government in Mexico under Diaz until would have been under lluertu hoi he' by any miracle been able lo rstabllafa a slants governniem wneu ma was m nio Prsaldentlsl chair. ''feTurprlse comes to me that tin Pan American oonferees oould dank of recog nizing Csrraiisa and hi roroes when they look at the map. VllllStU fOrOM are everywhere In Mexico, and where there are no VllllgtS soldi, r and ho tiarraniista loldlsrx de jioor usopl arc tar villa and the Conventionalist gov ernment. Troops In Many Mules. 'Conventionalist troops are In all of Bonora, all of ChlhUShUS State and scat tered through the States of Huerrero, Chiapas. CsmpsceSi Tsplo, Jsllaco, Csa 1 bulla, liurang... ) in nt. in, Bull Luis i .si. TamaUllpSS, SlnslOS ami Lower California, with some tew tn Vera I ruz. BspstS Is ill Iho south central part of Li.wor California. Carransa Itrsi control all the ItltS Capital, but thSl does not mean anything. Where the lines of his military camp leuvc off Villa's and the i .. akBltsasatsi j behIHl ao b. Ai;S '03V t isiLW 5 5 SaBr aa kaiwlS Gen. Venustiano Carranza. iniv enl onalii cm are to Is "I 'otiventiot common poop! goveriinivt a eyinpstbls found Btferywbers, ih-t government is 'he , the p.sir, who have beei downtrodden tor so lone under tb--is.tic nil., in Mexico. This force will win against auch a resctlousry government a.- Carransi represents. "t'ntil you have an election by nil Ihi t pie I'll bit you there will be no peace in Mexico, Now tin- nearest ''ou tan come to tiiat is iny plan. It is ss follows; Have half '.he Hovernment of-Ibs-rs rem to tin. capitals in the cittes. States and nation by Convent lonallet repreeentatlves, tin- other half by Con StItUtlonsllSt representatives : than select a President who shall not 1st biassed in favor of or agslnsl either Conventional ist or Constitutionalist factions and las unresponsive to pressure from uny side or person, no matter hoar Influential, Wllllnu lo lie r.llmlnatrd. I'nder this Joint icv ernmcnt I am w I'lmg tu he eliin'n ittsl. I am not am - ". nou to he President .. lo held of !.. ... ..it i l.i..i r , j d"ui' of ' tne poor people of Mexico, not J 'or myself. - would t at divide Mexn '). That tat divide MSXICO. would is guawrantei iirainsi fie Constitution, whit b the unit v of the nation aa a i whotc. i mean one ijovernment in which i n.-iif tn,. Haw. cie.ii hm - ' I uf the Convent kinalUS taction nnd the (other half office rs be representatives of ths Constltutlonsllat faction, The ' president of course would have to he xbeolutel) neutral and picked carefully by joint conference of Csrrsnss and Villa leaders." After receiving ti onflrmatlon of!W;" promptly recognixu tin the recognition f Carransa from hie Oovernment. Tin other (i Washington agents Villa backed his Will take similar action in .-' special 'rain out of the Juarez yards anil '""I at such lime a I teat still atarted southwest for Caaaa Urandaa. vonlence. but certainl) verj where he has assembled the majorit of his .irm It is predicted here that Villa will atari the worst guerrilla warfare in the hlatory of Mexico, spreading lbs bands when cer he can semi them, burning, I looting, destroying railroad communion tton and doing everything possible to demonstrate (he inability of Carransa i to control Mexico. SOUND STEAMER IN CRASH. I'tiaar nut-rat f tilt 'IV n n f Takrii 4lt II flu- ONCOI4i kw UomuoKi ' 'onn., it wm rfliort6il htrt towfiivht iiiiit tht HtMHi Hlllp Tf-tllM'SHt't' itf Hip t;i .Sl.llr UlM WAti in raUtulOtl with an unknown Hchooiitr off sJiKhe,tn tMlaiid t-vt-n riMm outh of thin harbofi at 11 ;80 touiffht. The Mt:ini-jiiii conoprd of the folontl It P is '. .1 r. lg Off I In- Ttnil9M64 pti Must?) Th Hcoti Wrecking Ponipnuy !,uh miii lugn 10 ihti veestMl'i '.. r H in not Known how li.itlly shf il.iini.Rt il 'i iit wirt if.-- nttatlon hwv hai roim out of commlviilon atul th opnitor ItgwAlt 111K .1 St w Vork tMUntf 'luf nt 1 ;I0 to L-ommiintcat whh the Concord TO FIGHT TILL VICTOR. iiollli BBSS 11 11 u lu mi's lleteeiul UStlaB llsa Never W'nverril. p.it iii'ilt 0tep$$ch ' TBS gtv I sen enl don, Oct, P. -Premier Asqulth 1 message to-day lo if Bssl Plfs, saying i id 1 bean ahic to ins ocnsrftu "Ha should Join you 1 itne unity of have found th. aru snd the nme spirit of steadfast ness which unhnates tin. country. Tins spirit "T fixed detsrnrlnstlon, at no matter what sacrifice, to carry the war to a victorious con lu ion has never I'-eied from 1 nc nrst moment we took M, ,, rius at tlie call of duty and no mo- mental)' dlfflcultle can lor an instant weaken It." NO DELAY ON BRITISH NOTE. In 11 1 11 llccltle ot lo 1 o 11 o 1 BBIaass, WASIIINQTONi Oct. ii The Britain on Interferi m it'i ' 1 .ulc will be gen) to L1.111I0II 1 vsall tlolH tO I neutral ; without waiting for the arrival of Cotisul-Oeiicvul skinner Secretary Usnslng said to-day thai die President Manda, or Tuead a 111 go over the note and it will be des- patched at once. it was gald here to Qsiisrsl Skinner, who dsy that Consul was criticised :,) ome in Knglsndi will Is apiHiint.-tl n" forslsm ai.lv hi adviser he may Ine 10 tho go lu I isltlull "I State Dcp Mssloo as trade Latter sudor. rt ntent Ambss Baiiki-is in This Country to Be Askfil to Finance the First Chief. CONFEREES AGREE AS ONE OX THE STEP Protect ion Guaranteed Clergy if They Keep Out Of Politics. to CHANGE IX POLICY OF WATCHFUL WAITING Northern Chief Says V. lias Plunged Mexico Into Anarchy. s. vVashikoton, o.-t. I. The i nlted states ntni tin. la. nn American repub. lies will very shortly recniiiii.e Venus tiano Carransa as the head of the oniv faction in Msxico posaesslng the eaaen tints for recognition sa the tie facto Hovernment In Mexico. American banker, will be called upon I to supply the funds for establishing the .('arranza tlovortlineut upon n solid foundation. formal announcement ol the selection 'of the Csrrnnslstsa a ihe faction i" he. r tognlsod was made ato to-da) at tho 'conclusion of a session of the Pan-All l l- h conference, Becrctary lanslng on behalf of tlm other members, Bis Km hesssdors of Argentina, Braall and chile, ami the Ministers of Bolivia. Uruguay ami Quatemsls made public mo follow, ing statement i The conferees, after careful consid eration of Ihe facta, have found thai the Csrranslsta parly i- th old) party possessing tin rsseullal for n ognltioii as th.- ,ie facto government of Mexico, nml they have ho reported to their respet tive UovemineutH, Nations to . K, Pis n, I i nxl ef is "rmmi .i. ! respective Oowmmenti a :.. unit.. i win acquiesce in me t. s I "BI Ot tneir represeentiitlve inn. Pn . Alnel .... ft inlel en, , ..I W :el.i,.ul.... J That they win pr p i dm taatta! " understood t'..i t..,- United state "eiei me act oi llccorilllia . ' ,lun ol their representatlvie in Ihe I'. " nam "euro rrom i tie i Uovi-r - meuts. . posnib it is tnerelore considered quits that there may be still unollier ice In which thi membrs w.tl oonfei 1 present the replies ! the ' Oovet nmonta, SMS t(V ; As soon as the formal acqulesccnt'i i the Qovemtnonta In tat- pruiioscd reci Inltlon of Cai ian. i i- received at Wai I Ingtoli the United States Hovel unit arrsnsa vermin nts di iniinue then i otl soon utter , th- a.-tion ui p.r I t 1 Ktlit 1 JSccretu Unaltig authorlsol 1 ha ntiitfiiif nt tt-niK.t tlmt Iho .-o..i'-i n e Li : unAnlrnoui in 1 mcliliiii the concltieflou with r"fri'inp to retHigllUltlK ltiriMlllm I It Ii glso Hiittrii that Inquiry mnde In .Latin Anu'i 'lean quartern hero dteWoeed the fact that all the other ti.i, tiuiente , oould undoubtedly bo unted un-un to . follow tho lead ot tho L'ntteri St tti m i thr six la.it.n Anterlcuu monibei 1 of j conforonoe . No Heed Putii Knrnpe, The possible attitude of Rump Wag loot a factor lu the situation at any t ne. It was stated. The action of the court SnOS was taken without any reference i I I what views l-hirope.iu i ;.iv ertiiie utj might entertain in tlie matter, and th. . 1 h.i not even bet u an) informal I onirics as to tne attitude of the IV. et -. of the Old Win Id. The fact that an official indorecmsiit has now been placed on Carrunsa was emphasized by the snnoutiueiuent Ihiil tho 1 'arranza Uovernttienl bus civen sum. inters that heredfter all religious persons will receive full protection In Mexico in the gerela or teachings o their beliefs, providing the) have I:.-', parti' it. tied and will not partlclpato in the polltii . of Mexli o. Tht assurance .mil ,ts announcemei is understood to refer particular!; " tiic harsh treatmont which Cathol ptiSSIS Snd nuns have been SUbJoctrit1 to during the last two yoars Catholic organization in the L'nltod Btatc ha made many repreaentutloua to tlm WhltS House Slid Stat,. Department In this matter and have particularly aertetl their opposition to the It, Med States (Jovemmeni granting recognition 1 1 Carransa, w hom me have regarded j as target J j outrages lespoi Bible gainst tho for tne leigy. illeued ioine Bglle i Rarredi As a matter of fint it is consldeiel here that the assurance given by Cat ranza will not Open the n.iy for tin, return to Mexico of clergy exiled from that country by him, as it has been charged hv die fonslltutlonsllsls thug th, clergy expelled were so treated be cause they sought to meddle in Mexican politics. it was also announced that Carransa, has given assurances dial he will grunt a general sffinesl)', Thi amnesty will not, however, at I ', understood here. Include all the leaders who have hei opposing tlie Carranza llovertirneilt No assurances were kod of or i. reived from Carranza lu regard to lu! i or other similar matters I' was a aertsd that thoas were obllgatlona sli i Would devolve naturally upon an rocog nlzcd Qovsmmonl in Mexico and were not iho subject of special consideration by tlie conference Th Iiferces, Il is asserted, confined lltemiiolvei hlrlctlv to a oonalderallott of the situation m rslatlon the International obligations of a OovemtUSnt hi .Mexico. The announcement l not create sur prise here. Beoogtiltlmt .a' f'arrnnxa hs lieen resarded us a foregone conclusion of the PunAmorlcnn effori in . ope wtrt the .Mexican Situation t vci in. n tlie gn. nouneoiBsni by the vonforonco after its I 't