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THE WEATHER Beautifully illustrated supplement showing Fair to-day an tm. latest models of the best French slowly risi and American designers. WITH THE SUN NEXT SUNDAY. Highest temperature Detailed weather, malt a VOL. I.XXXIII. NO. 41. PRICE TWlaV CENTS. I NEW YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1915. epnftt, mi, iv ami PatittMif iMHaiM, 11 2,000 OF VILLA TROOPS MUTINY, EL PASO HEARS 'ropcmed Recognition i nrrania Leada Four itpnersla to Desert, of THKKAT8 BY CHIEF VBE NOT EFFECTIVE Resentment of People .Inarei Keeps Amert rani From Cityt in Carranzistas Lavish in Praise of Wilson , ' tbl Itesftlrk in TBB St s. Vesa Cava, Oct to The Cdaatttu i iti hsve suddenty becc-re full Hedged friends of the Dnlted states. I ,,. Carnutalatai .ire moat lavish iii their praise of both President Wilson , iri secretary Lansing for their dt , ,! to 1 1 cognise the First Chief, Mid tliey hope for definite peace very eon. They are anxiously awaiting Id nest offldsl note from President Wilson. AS soon as len.s?rate wrsther prevails Carranaa win rail for Tamploo, i; Paso, Oct, Pour Of GSft. Kran- rinco Villa's sen era Is and -.' troops ii i their command mutinied to-day at ' I'asss LtrsndeS When they leurned of j i opt I lecogmuoa Ol 1 arriiMna o i Hit I'nlted states and the plan of VIHaj i luci a autrrllla warfare, This I rrlaratlon a made at the Carranaa I otuulaU in Kl Paso to-night. . Tie- Consulate says it haapoaltivs in-1 rotation that when den. Villa reached .-. i- tlrandea this mornlna) hs found j .tit' of Ms troops lined up against m During the night, after receiving li - of Villa's fUturs plan aial of intention of the Pa n-American oon i.i rocognlas Carraiiaa, the four letieralu and their forces, comprising - estlmatsd to be half the men la has, gathered ol 'aau Qrandsa,! Withdrew from the rest of the; I lib uirce.-. When Villa nrilved they' laid to have informed buti thai they j uld reluse t.i cart'j' on any more lilit- t. bavs logc, ' the rd to have Bald fO dnssi won in the aye .. World, 'I'll- World : puokesmsn is Villa, iili, I I' I of 1 he will ready to rec re. le him. We shoal. I la down our arms - '' him a ciiauce. iur war baa ' I meat gjaoia umpired by the I'nlteil states mid tic Pan Americans. ' huvs awarded the dsclaioa to j . i ami we should accept p, glnoe , eni iur delegates to the peace, can I ' r - to aijcue over polntB.'' Villa Said to have gone Into u ' - ' ii rags and to have threatened to li ile" ibe mutineers, although his 0J si f.ir- In nald to be 410 larger in Mat which deserted. in Juares it was Bald afltolally that ' " news has been received from Qen. 1 tols) cxc. pt thai he arrived at I ii .'- Urandea and issuing orders tor : tile disposition of ho troops." a feeling of uneasiness prevailed muni merchants in Juares to-day ami llti susi-ds were doubled tonteht. a 11 llu- Juarez barracks in favor "I Csrransa wan feared. It was naiil. lai 1 Americans wers afraid lo K" to Juarei io-nlghi because of the feeling I ' result of -He proposed recognition f ' 'arrange. Villa, t . said, will abandon all at I "pi nductlng a government and s 11 p.-i ate his men 1:1 small hand', in snner to harass Carranaa. Civil will he rsduced as largsly as ' ind all available money will he d toi :i military, The burgest iurci d( in . ine lefi to Viiia is Juares, ! eherii 1,. ami his brother operate ail the ! ambtlni niicesslous and where they " k- lag fees from poolrooms, caba 11 ' 1 othsi eslabllshments that oan o op. ran on th tie. American slds of the vnia win make an erfolt to hold r-t. wry f, Rseatad III hold i,:. i rj Ti li ey w ' h' will have also a port of I Uppllss and a market for eon- i ittlt and other stuffs. In order I Jus eg la- may utso attentat to ; huahua. 'arruiiXlstas asserted to-day that ..'i have. Juares within a month. FEAR TROUBLE FOR U. S, I Hllsll,- 1 a era o a Plan, lo Hull lor Life. Oct, 10 Thl i harge i z.i Ii intent upon self-per- MeglSO has been current ' ' ' mat the Villa nan In I 1 i t'S' formally charged 10-night . a first I than th t t ol of contsmpli tes uuti "U ! ma aitenance of himself the uprems power in an indefinite perlud. Thu 'ut.tatntng this charge was by Knrlciui Ulorente, th gi til hut also by M 1 ha. Villa s.-. retary of stale. i iirdn j i- ihi Ciinventloalsl party will struggle, Sooner or later trail to the world that the i'h wish th.. sstablishment i ivernment und w ilt t ot toler i "i Indefinite tenure and idtnlnlslratlon such aa has it r.i ngu 'S failure or un to irganlae a Cabins! and frequent armed movements 1 , authority." rai on supporteri of the di resulted in yesterday's un it ot intention to recognise do not contend that the action 1 ' A uerlcatl conference will In Mel i ' prpbleni' They do iwever, mat the egtengion of "t lo ura. of the fact, ous gives i utgteg a- ihe Uovernmsnl I crested a sorl of handle by . gra ll I he Mexican litUa. Ihi t dure nldlng this iew profcBa to re- i ogi It ion ..r i 'ami naa not as h,, i II Hon of t It, ' gliiiilua i Mexican problem r a soiuiiiin on the le W policy Having recog- I '. Failed on pgfrd I'ngi . 240 DODGE PERIL WHEN SCHOONER RAMS SOUND LINER TENNESSEE f jaaaPHBmaaSaBBE3irBmaaT' I L BaS PriaSaaiLI CtaL jaS saaSBtoTKSw iryi Sjl Has I V 1 irBaw iiiiiBiiia ' I , - ci .TW w '"JpV-; -, : ,l-J.LlgagBBV I . . , MMMMMniBaaaaaMaaaMBawBT - MB sC 'JBZZSt?' L BBHaBaaBBsBaBMaW aaBsaWPBw?IJJAL"'!C JPaJt TjpWWgSaiiBr v,"t?!MBBBBBBHc3Sff?v "f?' Ospyrlgwl Aejioricea Pesos Assseaiton Hole made in the side of the Hay State Line'.- Sound steamboat Tennessee Thorp, when the two vessels were in collision Saturday Itiyr Hole Torn in Nteaiiier's Side .lust Above Water Line. StS'(i KlfS II Fill " ""' o RESCUE s The sweet little cherub thai -its up aloft looking after foil, afloat was on the Job on Saturday night according 10 the unanimous ssntimsnl of 140 pas sengers of the Hay stale Line iteam .- hip Tennessee, who were landed hi re yeatarday by the steamship Concord of the Colonial Line It was a marvel, capt. qsergs i'.. Bnos of rhe Tennessee sulci, that no one was killed when the three masted coal laden s hobhsr Bamuel s. Thorp rammsd IheJkiund llnei south of Watch inn. making 1 letil more than forty feet long In her -t Irboard side above Ibe water line ai d ehlselllng 1 V shaped slash half through lo r heavj guard torwaru amiusnips Onl) one man was serlousb and he will gel well lie t Kentlni of Wo hsvei . I hurt Internall! and Is In tin Injured, . Rol t H w as Prench Hospital. s ,,,1 plaold a Mill Poad." The gaund was placid as .1 mill pond, as the skipper of ihe Temussee put It. nuotlng from the homo!) sea -mule that all good skippers have at their tongue's end. and the night was dark but clear, when the side lights ,,f a schooner appealed "had ahead. Cap". ISnoa said his pfloi m ole an effort 10 dear the schooner and tl, ought he had succeeded when lie- Vesssl suddenl) swervsd toward him she hud been running flee. With the Wind abOUt "II the port quarter, ghe brought up and headed toward the Teniies ee, a ltd the pilot put hi- helm hard over In a -11- orems efforb to dodge Hi impending blow from the eoal airier No Sound skipper likes to ! any salllliK ITaft, hut if he is catch ii lie prefers something mldable than . collier. Ksm ihe Thoip inanaaed to smash e hit by going to less for- tly how into Un Tennaesee may not 1 known unlll the Capt Pierce, j sport ot ner .-kippe available. Tin Impression aboard the Tennessee i-. that he muy have feared to pas- between the Concord, which wat on one side of the Tennessee and. like her. hound fol this city, perhaps sus pecting that he might gei into trouble With one or the other of the -team craft ile had plenty room to clear lioth ships, inn to- may hnve Ihought otherwise, and knowing that the sail ing vessel has Hie right of way left II to the Tennessee to dear him. What ever the point of view of Capt. Pierce may have been ihe in 1 'he wheel of tin- Thorp sent bet cateronrnered the port aide of 'he Tennessee. into rh" Impai t roused SV aid Ho 'I of folk, im 'ere in stall r bod) who i I w as asleep an I eluding a m ore snnasasi , in- ii women and rooms on the children. upper deck. The jibboom and bowsprit of the Thorp. Sleeving more than thosl of the usual t'ore-and-aflei , raked the upper deck like the giant gpeal of knight in a tourney Sev eu stateroom smashed In an instant w h it li of seven ,-t iterooms a, I 1 en Ihe ft . i m. s im the gtarboard tohwood Where been there was other staterooms ' side were reduced to in the staterooms had ftatneless air Two were wracked, j The miracle was tli.it titers we e to casualties. Passengers who hod run irom staterooms out of the go f peril when i got a glimpse of the wreckage amd the great gap It the Bide of the super structure of Hie ship decided offhand , rnat iiiiii isao wmn auivu, rui a "" - j mejfcl t'liere were ecreaming aim onuuiiua' Then Capt. Bnoa at ' his officers said lbs crew hi"Ught order out ,.f tumult b) ' assurances of the ship's safety. The skipper was far from ' iinced ! that the sleel hull of 'his .-hlli had -not I i been stove In. lie had no time to philosophise about this. His first thought i W'.ih to Insure Ihe sufetv of his passeii- j gers. ami he called o t ti- Concord for help. Th" skipper of the ConoOld did not need a wireless He had heard the ! crash and had headed right a Way 1" the i Tennessee, Thereafter i Incidents of 1 the shipwreck wen- as smooth!) oon- ducted tis they might have been on a I movie stage. Tiie Concord slid Mgcufuiy ' in the placid sea ajongslds Hie Teiiues I see, a guttgplatls Has Htretchid from gangway to gangway and all hands I walked calmly aboard the Cone id i Then Capt. Bnos mads certain thai I tie hull of thS Tennessee was stanch ami headed for New York. She do, ked at the fool of Pack blip us handily as if ght Baal Rlvei . .lust haps, tip. from was re ship; It will cost alsuii fi,000 In The Thorp, which was 1 1 x her hound N'owport News to Newburyport, Sew laidon wiri loss r ' aowsprll smashed. d Jluftoom and her how had!) Joseph Rsalth Of New York, who was on the TenaeSBee, said main if tile pas sengers left their belongings behind in their haste to Ket aboard the Concord, "There was one woman and her sla children who cot aboard tile i.,ncotd In their right clothes." ho said. "Thsy did not have any of their belongings EDISON HEARS WITH FRIEND'S FINGERTIPS irele Tcleirraph)' Enablei Deiif nventor t Praslde Over Naval Bonrtl. Wggr OaANng, N. J.. n.t. in Thomas A. Rdlson's friends who Know of the inventor's den flu s " ha ve been inaiAclhnu at the aucregs with which hi' presided a! lit- meetings in Washington inst .,ek or the nan Kaval Consulting Board, it was learned to-ulght thai Mr. Kdlsou fouletl every member of that dla tkigulshed bod) or men, Ini ludlng I'resi denl Wilson and gecretwry of the Navy Daniels; that is heard little ih.it was towed In! said during Ihs board's llsllbsratlons, I Bfho wore a full beard lolternm in lbs and thai hs M'aa enabled lo preside solVlclnlty The msu Inqulreil concerning W.ll l.e present, thing ails,, his ki id hint ild and di assistant, win Informed of ii t- by lie at.s was cv l V - of a d Ml. telegraphing Angertlp thai ton Urilson's knee undei the tabh Mr Mdlson himself told the story of i Hie bOBS tO some of his frlslldg lo-da, and his partnei in It, Miller lleesa Hut chlson, lUS chief engineer and pel - sonal representativef corroborated it Til.", or four years ago Mr. Hutchl' son f,lt a vtclhn to tue whoop. ng COUgh. Hi lo.-' his vote,, temporarily. Mr. Bdl sou, who began his cnreei as a telegraph operate;, gugwested to Mr. Hutchison thai he ham the Mors,- code. Mi. Hut lllson did this and in that way they ibegan a syslstn ol communication based upon it ami otierated by taapina ott the lot- and dil-'tes will the fingers. As they have been inseparable companions ths) have mm this meana of talking with Bach other a grva: ileal and have been able to i gchangS words even In shaking hands Mr, Kilt-on has never allowed his d'-afi const ess to bother him. Ill fact he has 1 1 red ,i an gaset In his work, as In- ha- I, busy fac ibis to move about in his Without being distracted h its' great noises. Hit! i i-t wok whsn iii" Inventor went lo Washington to prealds over the destinies of the new board, "f which secretary Itanlels made biin ihe bead, in- was enibarrasssd for the first time at his h.-s of hearing. Hut he look .Mr i 1 tin . hi -on with htm and posted him at hil right and clo-e by bis Side when Ihe hoard met Ml Hutchison taiped to' Air Kdi on everything that was said, j Homstimei verbatim ami sometimes I bolting it down into fewer words. 0) ' means of ihi- Mr. Bdlsott directed the! hoard s discussions and even found lime j o flash back lo Mr, Hutchison coin- i ments upon what his assistant had 1 already Interpreted to him. Mr. Hut, his., n was able p, send Mors,, nt. - age- lo Mr. Kdlson at the rate of ihirt) words a minute, ami as Hie speeches were said to have been de livered iii ii more or less dcilhcrstl fagtlion he Was ilhle lo keep Up wit! almost ever" sentence "f every ad dress. Mr ISdlsOII and his assistant also worked the Mot le Willi their eye- lids. With them a quick winl. means lot and a long wink means a dash. H h othi r in llr, IVS convey a measaao of they lalk to . when they wish to a private nature rounded by other when they are aur persons and are loo ; finger tapping method, far apart for n GEYSER BLOCKS FIFTH AVENUE KtlUMii II ii I'm f TriHlU rioaod Itir hii Hour. A ilv Inch ati oVIook laal tiiKtu Fift -third m rat. no tii'iin l)iirl ii fifth avvnua It 0 ,i little a ment ami Hni i a no fool Jt HMUilt'l' ill I Mt ot' steam seventy-fly Tin of the f.'.-t into iur ar. main with ncrum- panled by DOrl lirvi- that of a Mtiall cannon. The police ihul off truffle, i block aliove ami belo'w the uolumn of steami sending n around ihe obstruction, and the v,. Vork sic. im Heating Company, which owns Ihe in. tin, was nolifhsl. Men from the company's pistil at Pifty-ninih street and the Cast River shut oil' the steam and an hour later hid repairs made sa that traino could he resumed. ) by the coal laden schooner Samuel niifht off Watch Hill. with t torn. 1 ii r blanket wr thrrn wht'U thfc) K"t .i KMtrd -.ippliwd tiie Con iord "W hi-n I run I fr.titi my gtuit ta nfttfT rspw inuinn tij nhorli of th ! Uirion And hMiini. the sotitid nt vtwteh Inn wood 1 aiiih'Mt eoltldod with a woman who wars sHhrlekitiK Mid WWVlltfl hM uimIm hh s . '.- t-.iti Slit WtM t. aiit ily imt. and ( 1 1 took off ivy com nnd vnv It til hi t." STOPPED AT CHURCH AS WILSON ENTERS sintitoer Follow President nntl Mis. Halt, but Police Turn Him Awoy. llALTlllOBg. "el. le - -Pre Bon and Mis Hal: Bald B ..hot WH Itlmors an unegpected visit this morning, arranged with Joseph Wilson, in Having Presl. at t lie hureh a de. . who 1 .elan I I louss dent -- i-rothet. to attend services Pranklin street Prsebyterlan Kccompanylng the President aa tachmeut of seeret service me tilled an automobile which ran the machlns in which the Whlti party travelled. As the President's pari) drajs up be fore Joseph Wilson's home th- secret service men s., m a man of small et.iiuie th. presidents wnereatgiutii and asked m's whereabout I if he was liomg i church, I W hen .Mt W ils m. lit- flanCSS and the 'other vbillors siirtei for the church, which Is several blocks distant, the I stranger moved along with the crowd i that followed The attention of the 0i al police iiad been called to the man and the) wite directed to keep their eyes on I him. Beaching the church tin- Presidential i part) entered The stranget followed a i-w minutes later, but as he reached ihe doot gergeant Rudel confronted him. Rudel was not satisfied with the mans explanation as. to why he .ia- there and took him to the street. The III. in pro tested bat he aa- "all right " The uuiek movements of the police and the appearance of the stranger caused many entering the . Iiun'h to rush to where he w is geBttoulsting and talk ing to the officers, gtill protesting that he was doing no wrong, the strangsi pulled from in- im. ket a . ard bearing Ihe II, line "Joseph PrUjik, I Kill M l", i i Irusssls " lb saai in- cams to this country three months ago ami was engaged in selling photographs of ihe bust of Princess Msrts Jose of Belgium far the relief oi the Belgian sufferers. He explained I Hint he came from Washington oi, a i train leaving this morning, after hav ing spent three days at the capital, and Intended to leave foi Philadelphia this ! afternoon. I Just waited to Stop mar in Ital I tlmors to see your parks." he added "Well, you can't so into this church to-day," he was Informed by Rudel, and i I 'i u.lik moved a way, Ik I ...... ..... " i seen iiuii me president .oi.i thus,, with mm were going to walk instead ni ral,. to the church a lurg' number of people followed, Though the air was chill and crisp, Mrs, Halt wore no wrap. Her gown was of hlue Dowered taffeta The church was not crowded, The faci thai n was communion gundu) kept away many strn users uo, use n. ma napn ot attending the services. Jusl in for. pronouncing ih" benediction Dr. I i Kirk. Ihe pastor, made a rsquegl that the oongregatloit remain In then- pews . until the Presidential part) passed out, EARLY WEDDING RUMOR. speculation I,, Washington Over i in- MsAdJoM' I'baased n Wash inuton, Oct to.- President Wil son ami ids fiancee. Mis. Norman Had, returned from their automobile trip to Baltimore to-day In egcsllsill spirits und without showing any signs ,,r fatigue. They were nccompanled by ths Misses Smith, distant relatives of the late Mrs Wilson, who ure now guests of the gee retary of the Treasury and Mrs Mc Adoo. All said the) enjoyed the trip Conaldersbla speculation was caused hare tp-day by a change in the plan- of the Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs McAdoo They were to have started on Prlday for tin ufl)clal Illy in the West, hut now they have announced they will not leave on the Western trip until early this week. There have been sum,' re ports here that a wedding might take place suddenly In the W'h.te House circle without a previous announcement. There has In i ii a hint Dial the President and his flattoee have thought the quickest and most cotul'oi table wax- in end the Mattering attentions of the public Is to be married ami have dpne with it. JUSTICE LAMAR HAS PAR ALYTICSTROKE Porfed to Kesi a Long Tine, Thotffk oni His Left Ann Is Affected, (01 KT TO MEET TO-llAV Democrat sure to Fill Vieimey should Any Iriioci'titia Member Retire. W A.-ll l.V'ifoV. 1 l.aina:-, ASSOClStS Slates Supreme i'i paralytic stroke, stricken riaanlly gpringa, where he Vacation, lie has in - Joseph R. uetlce of IBS l'nite nt, baa :-:ifi a siisiit TBc Justice was at White Sulpha: i.iO been passing hta been brought 1ns Washington 110111 The stroke, which wis dm le high inood pressure, affect Ml only his lef arm, glnoe having been bectnebt to. Washington he has sen some of his 1 aeso. lutes hi the hiahest I un and is , nermltled now to talk with at leas! one person outside the family elide each day. Ills associates on ihe heteli under stand that :t will 1 e neoessnr.. for him to real from ins labors fi r a considerable time, ami the probability is that whet, he undertaken Ms work again hs win I ot be aide to assume as ardUOUS duties as he has heretofore. He lias been one o. tiie most indttntt 1 us members of the cairt since he wum appointed by Presi ded! Tafl in December, tst" While Justice I .a mar's friends realign the seriousneas of his caaa they are! eatrsmely hopeful that !n fine he will, he sunVlerxl) rss cured to health to con tlnue his sittiuns on tin heneh, He is: .! years old. I li regard to t.-.e personnel of Ihe court, it was said to-day that published re- , ports Indicating that Chief Justice White might shnim retire were absolutely without foundation. The Chief Justice I 1- in excellent health, and his friends do n 1 liellevc that lie Intel. ds to leave the beikdi in the neat future. He is eligible p retire, however, h iv Ing reached the age f 70 years, and haviiiir had ten years of service on the Supreme bench. Hut lie likes his work ai d is nack mi washlngtoi iti better I health after his summer vacation than! he has been for years. tttuggestlons nave been published that President Wilson woufd name Picsi- em Taft as the tie.,. I of the tribunal In the .win of finer Juatioe White's! reUremefil in the opinion of Detno rale leaders here, there s utile pros ability of ex-President Tafl receiving an1 appointment to 1 tie bench from Mr. Wilson, even if there should be a vacancy In the Chief Justiceship op in any As aoclate Justiceship now la-id b) a O. 1 1- ,t T o iiartlesn alignment in Ihe highest court is at prseent six Benubllcans audi three Desliecrats. it es!rosident pTuft should be named I" succeed Chief Jus-1 tee Whit) Ol either of the other lie no- ' crals in rhe noun the alignment would) ." seven llsttublteans to two DemoLTots. j 'I'her,. bj no unwritten rule In the Senate tnat ihe chamber will wlthfa i'l eonflrmatlon of any appointment o 'lie Hupreme bench which would have ihe efte t of giving one polltleal norty more than six memheta of the court This rule' has been eu safitlty ln-i coked more than once The las' t'nie. i w., quoted to a President was wen! Henator Bailey, riqiresentlng the Demo erals, called on president Tsft, who hart; three appoinlmstits to make, and re minded idm ot it. President Tafl held .',- I'd.- to he a good one and said he1 would abide by it He l be refers named Justice Lamar, a Democrat The Supreme Oourt will rSBUms Its sittings to-iisarrow after ihs summer re-; ess. " business Wi!l he transacted No opinions are expected lor i week or two. There ute several cases held ovet from the last term Involving mi- artan1 matters. The most import. ml busbiBss before the court In tin lmmej diate future will he ths harvester trust and tile stisi ; i us use app- al. WII.LETT TO SHIFT PRISONS Hi Th Us- ii- I o-iln I rttin real Unilon t. to. II li llflgilKtKn, N V known iM-ie t'l-tMRi.t that VVllltani Wl Utt, ftirmi'r Cons rciimiiti from Quociie, who wic convlotod if nttamptUtg to bu ii Hupfonic Court nomination from Curly , Jim CaMsUy DomocrotU' boii f Queni, Will - tr:oif rreii to-morrow t llfritl Moadow prlKon( At Comttock. v. v Wllli'tl IlliK l.-e-tl Phi"! JllHll.f of t Mutual Welfara Laasua coun anrt, ot cordlui to ranorti tin- tranater haa befij rauaod by t-- iacnt altarka upon him, following prlaon pouii (i' ;!itm-. Thin wovka a.fo ' woi Ml by u atool duiini u i "W i room arifumonti ami a fow ttaya ago Timothy iT'tti.Ti, a priHunor. ptruok html in thf j.iw. looaanlni MVtrsI laath Hinvc ' then Willati haa toepi doaely tu rn Willi t' I- g tl d t ' inn regarding affairs al Wsrden Oeborne, to nt '. lott of Sing S'lig now the Prison Commission l dedliug. gupet Iniendi Rile) o:d red Hi- (runs i give inforina- i he prison Utidel i til-' invegtlg i belng made for b) it Rudolph id of Prisons ONLY 3 AMERICANS HURT Ollusrs in Porolgtn befftoa Believed io iiave Hseaped, ii Cubit Osssetrs re Tin si Cms. i i.-i 0, "gouhlran, one of tin tmsrlcsna in ibe Porelgu i.cgion. wr ng io Paul Rockwell under dan October y. me.itlons the ftdlowiiu ig Ant, a .ins- as the oiil) one- S'oundert Ii .recent CnaUipggnB offensive i' - I lolllgii) ami Trlukard. it is tbei the ,f..r, reasonable lo infer that 1.1. ill Hwueiiy, Alan Sieger. Ikiwd, .Inn, Capdevlolle, King and the others who Were hi the same COIIipnU) ale all safe Souhtraii s.iis Paullel was found wounded ami removed Ion hospital He himself, im writes, is silll under shell lire alld believes that In a short time the Prench will break through "Us tough, hut worth while' he I writes. TURKS TEST GUNS ON CALVARY. V l I tlolaolba l training I'l'oooii fur isHliaagi Pagia. Oct. 1" OolgothS, the Mount ,.t ihe Skull, was cruolfled, ir i alVai i . w here I'hrist hii- toil been spared by tue consequences of ihe war On Mount Uolgotha the Turks tire now lesllllg the efflOtg of lllgll explosives, t ding to refugees just returned from Alexandria, and the environs of the Holy Sepulchre are being used aa train ing grounds for artillery. ,mprre m Grwe Per, ; c o- Wo pre5S "Times" Demands Drastic Reforms as Result of Diplo matic Blunders in Balkan Situation "Express" Sees Dire Menace to India. RACES FUTURE HANGS Sgfciel 1 utilr tnllt t. tit TSB Si g. LoNoov, ,i,t. 11 (Monday) The , 'iioes treats the Balkan outlook with great gravity ami predicts that mere will he a sudden and popular awakening ; ill Ureal Hi. tain lo the realization that something is seriously amiss with the British conduct when parliament con 1 enea on 1 h tobet 1 -'. ! The napsr Itkana she l it calls the ' Hntlsti diplomatic failure in the Balkans lie Shell failure earlier in the ear. The Situation - dhK'UBS0d In a long edi torial. Which contains mi li sentences us I lbs follow, mn . "Kiom to,- flrsi moment, of tiie war, when in,, iiermsnlc blmplre stood alone against us. down to the landslide lust week, one miscalculation seems to have followen another w ith almost mechanical certainty, Bulgaria might have been willing sl months ago to throw In her lot with the Allies If the Allies had not proved ihemaalvea to( lata at every turn fternuuty is breaking her block ade with a vengeance ami the adverse balance in the war and In our Whole Im perial position is itlffkdently serious m need Strong and prompt redress. ' The 7'burs then declares that oilier branches or Uovernmant, especially the War IMTiee, are as culpable as the Foreign Olllce, ami In support of this statement instances the Dardanelles Campaign, the earlier stage, of which. the paper says, were marked by a series of disastrous blunders. llraslli Heforms 11 node,!. Neve, in the whole history of m. fare." the paper rontttiuee, "was sheer incompetence fraught with sucii tragic i nsequencea. Kx'ery thing unfortunatel) IOintS to a total Want of cohesion and -tip in due, ting the greal resources which tin- nation is determined to pun out t., its uttermost extent unlil victory is aron. it is not a quest Ion merely of the Foreign I nttce or "f the War tMloe, 1 h it oi the aupretni direction ot itn ami oilier others he-Ides We shall OOig mend matters by hi ginning at the top That t, ah) we have been pressing for tin last few months for certain dednlti improvements in tie administrative tna nine which at least will enable the situ ation lo be handled with quickness and courage ' The ffapreee's front page this morn ing is featured by a cry of alarm in big type with :g. ted to the rapid Herman progress through Sel III. I Ihe paper draws tin 'll'jilgj... Jul' V,, "t To si "Sllppos, and the lot nans join hands Willi the Turks: What then ' The Ksklset would co. tnd the whole ot central Burope, t.ie I ta.lt ., and '.he BoSttOI u- "Wlth the Herman established in Constantinople and Asls Minor, Kgypt would is- nt thell uier y, India might become would re he as i le prey, ths rhjes Cansl la- luiernutlouul . it would as the Kiel Canal Hers iii ti,.- toot to Hie Bast. India would become Im mum , . a In Hiiiish rule pneaible. Austr Wollld I II oft llll and New Zealand irom ihe motherland 111 llisil people trndi would he strangled ruthless in commerce as ii b) a w ar "ItlM litre's 'There is n o I nr. .hadow MtS I. e exacgei ation In t'tisii' statement sftH fUtU of . i rgi l empli termln if oil-1 by t lie' ve he- ' re e. Will result of gun mi t no time t is lo ' out own m gl "A few than use.' pow erful It Is not ic. i 1 us ' s thai hat mt.. r. i'h If Olll gte e liecsuse i erblan ft wasted it must I ire is : t , -s r out lis In S.i lone..' .1 In task demandi It inUSl be sent ,. late, if It is i w . rse a great it once, not yet army. vet Ii It Will fa i tu re aid i o o. too late soon. to g.ve Serbia i w.ll bring with "in posslb CANAL MAY BE CLOSED FOR THREE MONTHS I, 'it Millit StlillU Hquart' ni is n liili- I I I Ships Hold I n. i . ,,,' ablt i.ia. . Panama, Oct I. -Om leven steamships ire lit ids of ihe Panama Punfl hundred si tl d up il hot it he. a il-c of tin cent tildes and then cargoes at. being tra list. i re. I .n loss the isthmus by rail The rush ' f business i SO great that the railroad tin tidies urs Insufficient lor the demands and the transfer is progressing slowly. Th slides at' lllOte setldUS t'liin li.'ltl liisti supposed at first and it t. now Mr- i,, a Rim ihe channel cannot be opcnel fie a month a' least and poss hly fur three months . ueful survey of the slide area in t i,. H. iiii. nil inn reveals that probably i u 000,000 cubic yards of earth, iw)u In motion, inns' i.e dredged om i te a perma it chugiiel is possible The present rati ol wei escav.Ulon is a until ni yards a nuinihi so that ten months would be required to remove tho si ding mass, often the csnul bottom bulges up llfteeti I The art a in mot acres, ihe greutesi Ion o ftbe canal aloll both hanks I. .Mill feet hick of el llhOVB the water. Il is BStilnUted at I"' slide .Ilea In the ills It extends ,t)0ll fOI 1 w ith tm aversgs nt ill.- centre line ot the canal pliant. Steamers nien a it turned around and n b) the Hues i 'anal. iva SUppl go.ng to es tiave Burope POPE APPEALS TO SULTAN. He,,,!, .ellse VsMiiu lMleNesslua lor I' III e II III ii - Romi, Dot. l" Mgr Dob tOlle lieh'gate at I 'nustaittinoiile ) reported lo the Hoi) gee sufferluga of the Armenians, suit pope Benedict has written A 1 1, is - recent - oil llu; s a rc i, auto Turkey people graph Intel ci Ictn ling r to the for Ihe Sultan infortun IMI.TIMOKK -V OHIO r Mi SON XI IA HIMIIiitll till H TO IIKTTVHBi Kl.. it.H p.-i's Perri and wasblnginii, ut in. sll rnne. Ynr dst,,i!- npp! J B. BCOTT, i! i'l I' A . IIII II iliviiy. Jgc. ON SERBIAN RESULT failure of Hie British Umpire 1 all that tin words imply.' t'ol, Replngton, tm mllltar) expeu of the riaies, w rites : "There ellhi 1 ate 01 soon w 1 1 be J..II.HMI1 10 .nut. noil Hermans Under llSfl, Mackensen concentrateil against Berbls. An It nil troops on the Drlna will co operate Id moving east. We should not doubt the ibtllt) of Serbia to deal With ibis invasion if it stood alone, but the addition of ih,. Bulgarian army to Her. has enemies is a fatal danger and ci s from a Fatal direction. If Greece or Hum. till both enter the Held on out sub' the failure of Ihe attack on Serbia I nssured ami the war at ones; will assume a different aspect." "Palling, however, or the active later vet, Hon of one or Isnli of these SlaleS Or Ihe pi imp! JUnctlOII'Of lOe.OM allied; troops with the aerhlnns, Oermeny baa, Ihe best of the deal "it s on the Prench and Russian from lets that till- war will lie dsn ded. and rnoti' surely In on,- favor If We keep j Steadll) in tm- us the main isemf of the 1 War tnd refuse to lie lad away by the. mirage of a secoirdar) oiieiattou. "Kven :f Qermany were inglalled at Constantinople and had ail tiie Balkan States under her he 1 it would not protli ' her were we victorious In the main Ihe- j utre, while it Oermany'a ambtttona tempt iiei further east townrd Cast Asia andl India then the casus fiederis .nub r mil 1 treaty With Japan would come into force I ami a ftesh enem) f a e the Hermans," i OPPOSE FRENCH AID. sitme i.iiin. aaaeHaa I. .'inters Olijeel t roops t Serbia , o Pabis, Oct, 10. After an Important session of ihe Cabinet tine afternoon it became known that one section "f in- ' I1iientl.il statesmen, headed by Senators Clement can. p. . hon and Bcrengcr, is op- j posed to sending a strong Kr-in a egpe. dtt. on II y force to the aid of Sel Ida. Tile Hall, an situation Was the suhje. f of discussion. President Ptdnoare pre-1 sided it was decided that Premlet I Vlvianl should publicly announce the at titude of Prance toward the Balkans in a speech before the Chamber of Depu ties lids week In thai speech he will, in all likelihood, outline the course Prance win pursue In face of the Oar man Invasion of Serbia The group headed by Senator Clem enceau argues tiiat to take u strong force from the arm) of (ten. Joffre in Prance anil -end it to the Balkans, no mattei Low preasilig the occasion, might weaken fhe nrse of li! resistance to such tin ex tent that the Hermans could press still furthei Into Ihe republic, The) believe that this b the moment when .,11 pres sure should I Veiled to drive the it!-. cadets from the routtti . Muti) of ih.- hading newspapers how evet , among thent Pis feiage. the Joar mil lies Debats and the ograaf. are de manding instant support for kierbla, ii,tgulng that ti ths Balkans lies the keystone of tio- enure military situation. The 7Ywi, declaring tu.1t ail arrange ments have he. n made for the Im mediate transport of Angto-Krench troop! t Macedonia, sals. "It must oe expected that HOllliHg Sill stop the rapid SgSCUtiOn of these measures In which Russia and Italy will ha unable to refrain front assu, igting. Tin' Importance of the reenforcements is i. mited only b) the necessity of prssetv tug the complete eufgrlorit) of our offensive on the w;estern front, which is necessary. "Th, joint action of our allies Mill provide the expedition with the effective force- on win ii iii, success depends," It is apparent that there is u set ions difference of opinion among the Rntente Powers respecting the course to be put sued in the Balkans. Some paiis news papers openl) a.-sert that u is not for Prance to bear the emiie burden ami that Russia, Ureal Britain and Italy should send men and supplies to Serbia STORIES OF "REVERSES LEAK OUT IN ENGLAND Wounded Miltlii'i's" lull's fthovi i pimor lids Deceived I'nii li.'. .i "h.iih Mall." - ii6ni flsfswli nt 1(, Ttl , i,i i. -mis Daily Mn '. tcrday b) se ind i spsec Selhorn, periodic gelboriu dellvsrsd ve IIS till' bSBll ttacka o.t t in condemned lor one ,,f Its i nsoi snip. Lord the censorship, win- a is now controlled b) lil Bit John Sl ii":.. lor suppt colli asw . islng bud raws and declared that tine practice was in -piied b) nibaaiisvous stupldit) The OaUg Uoil ssyg that a reprisal , ie member of the Cgplnei by giiober would he llUlnorOUS If ii Wite not tint behind the situation lie tragedies of vvhi-ii the public is linaWMe, The i wo i ni-., i, Buys this paper are bringing I bank the truth from t. a from and show lug that 'he people huve beep grossly deceived for more than a yea'. I Sn John Sniioii hue done well in the no ,1.. mil ... n, th.. uaiin Mini's opinion cut tn.-' IHUUtUllOII will not heir the lilac ' In,- ol hiding and new- from the laid IP . llftlle and i u-ew'aete or ol holding from i I -lie British! ihe Australians and Ihe New! MkeaJuudera tue facts which the) must hear sooner or later and Wllicll have ' I long been known to the Uerniana, Theri is gri it daimr of deatroyliig pqbhe coiilldeiicc m Ui Uovertiment, i ie puiier holds, by the suppreaslon 'of I wuai deinociilcy ought to know and will I learn very soon orally foi the wounded i are tall, l a' tu his sp. , i.ord tstilbourns suld "Wlien Ills passage was cm mn b) tiie censorship from ihe newspapei cor respondents' report which dascrllssd how tenaciously and braVeiy the Uermans hoi fought it was nothing bul a mis-! , hu mus and Stupid mistake, Those i 'who were responsible explained i hut I I their act was to keep bad news from I the Hnglhth people ; "if Mime people have not yet realised i the greatness of Hie crisis or self-sacrl-II, es dial IIIUSl he imposed lpQ Iheill, i Ihe faUll Is mil wholly due lo themselves Ihui also laigel) to those who have uuforiunalely committed the crime slurring over bad news SO I Of 1 i SERBS THROW TEUTONS BACK ACROSS DR1NA Murkeiisen's Right Wtaff b Hepiilsetl With Heavy CastialtieAs i i HERMANS FKiHTINtJ SOITB OF BELffRADE Knt ire Capital iii Randt the Inviulers After street Battlefls of 1 t.ooti ALLIES LAND DAILY AT SAKOMCA Troti tlx Beinff Rushed Across Border t Protect Conimniiicatioin Los Office i Ighi vaaloi hack losses The t. Ill The I announced to the Herman eu repulsed leihiun v'ar day that the at my of in ,,ii, I throws at Slsh wing ot i has I Drlna with enormous tat. ment says t Belgrade bus i.iihn In o tie liuudg of me tlermnns after ' deaperntt i .- istatice. eight na I ignube and or the enen continues all nU save fronts. Tin' y is io advance ug c.e purpose l h rough Ihe Molava Valley, separating tola, Ithlliy-eight mil s gouthi Belarude) from Dubrnvutas li Danube thlrty.Hve miles east o Kos t of ths ltd- grade), wi h i ffoi'ts concent .and. Tin utctny suffered enotmous loaaea in making unsuc essftil ,1' ivks "ii ths lowr In iua. The envm) has been thrown hack on an lalatid which l e occupied before opening operations, Th.. Austrian Woi Office Issued night tin following bulletin, which been telegraphed here, with referene the Operation on the Balkan front: 'a. has to The AUsll Hungai tan sue full.', advancing trli t i nort hwestc Abreiiovit h). iterman realms fd the i nemy afte lug The., arc heights southeast The Teutonic al southern bank of Belgrade Willi -t nig i tie enem) fro The ofliclal -i ll Mai leva d.s- norl of id it. Igrnds vioh ..: stn i t fight now attacking the Of tile town Ih - bavi reached thg tl c Danube east of org for. es, dislodge p several positions, mem issued b) 'lis s a - folios th" - t - i rtdl t'g Her II ii Wat rfllce is us Belgrade and tin heights to tiie south east ;ii, in our hullo also were tin own !.! wherever tin resisted are advancing. t and south i'l" S"t In ins urt lie east "lit,. Kntl l ie lie, US i nog ' d that tue liosslbb) i.lway Into it Ion is no d thai tne ntready tn t ,"g posl- I'OW ' - ,, I , ., re tit . Vurda Then . hut i' ale ail Saiolli' a, as Hlllidl) Valley is 1 1 deatii s preaun ," : ' iillroad to troops ovet i gel Ida known, tuujoi Se t bia pal ! lei I dot the im. i llu in : N h. which is Hie only IWeeti that and tit.- It Will he gallant catlona and ..r and nmunli n hi i t.i ol.j , I Hie 1 le hi ot the Hul ie ummunle thus Isolnt a le.iV 111 til t',, men d tile ' -t,i. n tho north, hut no authorltutlvl : ; n.'ii lias bi en Butgurian soldier ii tcrrltur) Til ' i to-do) t ike ' s at present tin t news that such stalled, or thut lias set to a oil .a n Some . f i he a brighter v Austrian froi dined to belli , icd in hatdii ihe idles I'll s.i . i.i.i Tl lit of tl of Serbia and ii" n Ilial , he Sel OS nia) sue the i leriua . at tnli s uutll sei.d iidequs i d Horn t pi.-- ol ' i Maeki-n sell 1 ;glil the Kl wing lente r.ivorahl omen l i - ihti in ugh w asted dlsi use ai d muuy til lll.lke a stlo' g - The ..tn. lal SUIt' da:-' confirms tic critics here tl. i' ;'" centrals Ihelr . I. buttles laud, ment ;t i lermut cf st re i still v dull a ope thirty Urt i. a In tie, tie i irirht rails south of It' gru I ie i lemi in " 111, I' t, as the) a i u iidvunri qub'kl)' "ap tl s. i bian Hem I quick 1 Up . ' the i n n huve si tllat w in I" lie 11 .llillln t'-e as sivsi lie, possible l! port I Lit tne I" I IH oppos'.'!' la. This might i' -ton I by i Belgraih driu bra icli ,1.11 .' I -o.ll h ti nt a iiei , t lie Sean nt a, I. i.i.i meetl 1 1 mies tiiui'ii ha i It JUKI isi'lipli dun II Iua -an I'l ti'V a driu if tin liefuri tho . ii ill f. the i I) Il igardutt ALLIES RENEW ATTACK, i en i Bombiird o ill ni l li I o ii. s ISINISIN, ", t. le II, Hie )a r f 'null. Iring .. t i 1 I.I, .1.111. Ill 1. i. III al guns i. reurled .lii Mini. i rem to III lieav - .-till in y I .l.-ii i e.-li : liil 111 Vila All in that BKgtttniii I their oil'' Slon e-li t d.ll . h Dial ih Vila inn .1 to He Icltewt u- avs, lisspHti nc. fro o Ath Tm slab forces al the 1 1 worse stialls than ci. fihsl .-apply hits heel t In, i mail) of Hie tin Verge of : I a l' a I loll II i- -a." Ihal the llinolles are io and that th so 'diminished IS ale on l.c ptobahli that thee reports bill there -seem to 1 the statement ti, , ovcuertiii withto ihi I guidon oli-erv . . Withhold "ii iliilnlii whii exttggei'utiMl g.ioii gruiitiiis for '''i di '- limp- ai s Tbri tail rani, ar, 'nclii, ni n lllllll oplllii ti 1 1 p. ' "ir ' events at lbs the near I .tin, Whil, liaaard tin- belief 'ha ilk' prohuldc "iii " Dardauellci in some of them in it! r I