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"V. THE WEATHER FORECAST. Fair and cooler to-day and to-ejaorrSw; moderate north win. gL Highest temperature yesterrJjejUes; lowSC. 1 1 .tail, ri w. ather, ma ,1 and i 'iaWrfcorta on fJha Maximilian Harden on the War. Great German editor brand it as "criminal madness" in interview given to Herman Bernstein for THE SUN. Don't miss thia big feature NEXT SUNDAY. . PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 52. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915. Copnrtpsf. n-..huthrtnrrttitlngan.fPubnl,htnr,A,l,ocU,tio. I 9 -.... e I M ,Bja MELLEN JOLTS CASE OF U. S. AS A WITNESS i i Is ( nlN "Hostile to the i.tixftiiiin-iit by Prose cutor Swuckei'. TELLS OF EARL? WORK WITH THE NEW HAVEN Charles ttrteea for director, of Mellon might havf bMB I the dtfaiKa of the eleven the .. Haven asterday Mat Mil ..f the utar of tin- tfovernment'i ...... id it not lieen for documentary : 1. . . whi. h the prosecution was en- Wed t Iripsrtlt went of of Ufl Introduce Into evidence the agreement of 1:2. its supple- j . .,, 1 the Corsair agreement ! ThCBI refer to Haiti, agree- ' Denti ovei the 'Irani! Central terminal a: 1 th. division of No Kngland rail- r betwaan the New llavtn en. I the Boston ami Maine. Outside of that, Mr. Mellon had. in , gunge of lawyer, thrown pan be into ihi Oovernment'a case for itt, ,.i tour hours He had de- . ,, i : ,, t ,r l .itlroatl ..us., I urn nt ,i,,. N, , Haven were only adjunct f the , aiai dependents upon it. He sad morn that the service for New England points was i.. nthei ., bsoi BtMMIi vaatly improved or consolidations, ,rt.ui Independent lines, ne shm oi ,. i s i: e propel tie," notably the Hoaaatonlc iiaaaaiigsi service Info Brook nil b nay of Oyeter Hay. Competition ,t the Saw York. New Bngland and i . Nee Haven he declared to he (stthroit. In shoti he o teetlOed that Prank M Swa. ker. chief of the apeetal Aesletai i Attorneye-Oeneral for th. it ton, declared Mm to be a "wlt- MSS hostile to the Uovertimnil." rm da) .,.1 the defence apparently. t,.,i pleated with the situation, They UrOfeSs to ee nothing i'l the trtpartlt sgreemenl executed mani years ago and mi for the o- ailed Corsair agreement, arbleh is a method by which the late .1 P, Megan brought about liie end if ., disastrous railroad war in New England, Ihey declare it has nothing i, ii, with general commerce. mi atand tmiin io-iia. '! Mellen was the only witness a llrda . ind In all likelihood ha will not fl; h - testimony to-day t'p to this ai i In this Hrst instalment lie la .- tying onl) a to fact dnrmg the ... ...i ictween HM and 1 T. when. iifte Ueuig eneral nansger of the New Vorli in I New lVnsland and vlce-pres-;', i till New Haven, he went to the v trn la -itlc for s.x years. He will i... up the history of his presidency lie. di tj speultli k Mi. Uellen was not it. a chair. Instead h, stood i fool of the little data, hi hand , iih behind hint) speaking much in . nun ir of a atudanl re sting n well i irned lesson. As on the previous day, When aiue to telling alsiut a rail u U In Sew Knglatid, long line or short in nr , Height service a Junction or hlng like that, the anawara came s ihoitt , momattta haaltatlon II mi , , when it cams to ihc con versa tlona lerstandlngs of istl that he lor- l mil he knew h- did not know aa qu ,ia h ttuostton was asked him. M Kwat-ke ad tHe witness still on t. 1 1 .. i ol H i- one time Height line. I . nes which routed over selected roads - ,i: .ted thalr own buslnaag. This s i ii the days. It Waa said, when a . isiiivss n, an OOUld not route Inn iwn .- ,i, but had to depend upon m!d nil . .Mi. Mellen hliew all these old nes, .,ii,i after h told about them the Uol i , lit repiesellt.it. ye had llllll He. ,,'y I, 'in- city III New Ktlgl.tl.il. ll th. . . : ' . oads aao . .- Impol led i .hi about ton down t slty h id and nil ssportsd. very one ot wh tt Tile them, N, H . nice allroad II bust- , i:, , hesl I'lth truly Mailt nesque ii in -s described aa an, all cut up with but w ,1 ledlt fly lull, I' -ntnr re Vitlttttrtt. - s mi tin ,-iries were ana now sen ed took Up lies: ly t wo 111 H 1 . 1 1 f !' the luomltlg sehslon, ",- iii this examination that it oi that the witness was - thi 'i 1 1 mutant's ease, or so ii -to representatives tbought. ol i hi p n king house truffle to 1 . nd, Mi Uellen was asfcad If N i v ,o k mid Mew Bngand Rat. s'l he I tine general mana ii lJ. go) a share vol whatever lha Nes llaten ' ! I It. am aii. "Let m, agplaln : v ,.ii mid ww Kngland Kail 1 ",n is an adjunct or an x- uf lln 'i V ol.. New Haven M irti irtl It tllroad, practically notn- lie replied to ., tuies- New Haven i 'till III have "Ni ilth tb, ': ' "'A I iualand. bin i he land N large II. IV i!'l "' l ave lived atllh. W Haven '' As one in tin- Indlt'tmenl la that ii dlreeiura eonaDlrad to 'he 1 1 ,. I . -. ,,l New Kilobit,,! , over Hie NewJ'Jngiand railroad, a, i sue i i,, please all the hub- luter there eanie answer whleh pleased the dl . nini Th.- eltneaa deelarad nuetltlon between the New ml Ho- New Haven m ggO was lass of t'uitlirosi Rompatltlon i in) experience with in forty. in another series of answers ghi have ionic from a wit ' detenus Mr, Hwsctter was - ,,ii i, mow whether tha New Haven ami Hartford itaii n , leased i in- New York, e nini lloaton Kailroad about A 1 1 b ased Hie New i I'ruvldsnt's soon- lime in Kelirua : tu- starch, hol n i b, a nn general manager , w Hllgla ml. .on i, now ot any change made i) lln lease In thn ni lilt, 1 1. ilb. that hail been ..i iim n, v Voii. and New I I he N.-w 1 1. nen.' A. ew H ue , by the lease I extended lb line tn New -i.l ah,., l Highly tl miles dene,', naturally wanting to nig haul t - bualneae, ami l, Ii ,, b) way of I'rovl- isiigu follow the shore ,1 ',' d OH i'uitllh I'llyc. PH0NET0PARISjfiL yD BOy adopted by AND HONOLULU HEARS IT T00; I Tost of Wireless Talking Over ocean Meets With I Beesm EXPERT PREDICTS EASY TOKIO CALLS Another eiioehai achievement In wire less Intercontinental UOWIUWIWlOttOn wan announced yes tsndsy by the AiMrlean Telephone and Tolegieph Company, At iiiti a. m yeeterday Just about three weeks after the human votes legs heor'l Honolulu by wireless from Arlington. Va observer, listening at the Blffel Tower Iti Purl heard an engineer of the company greet them at the Arlington station, n.sttio miles away. The Carl obaarven eablad confVrmatton or the feat to this rountry yeetentay afternoon, and word Was received glSO that the Honolulu engineers, listening at the Pearl Haihor Navy Yard at the same lime, hind heard Arlington say "Hello'' to Carls. The HOceepsfu! transmission of ! ll from Arlington to Carls mark the con elusion of a remarkable chapter of og ptrimenf) work lieguu last June, when cx iedlt iong to test the wlrelesi" tele phone were aent to Panama, Ian Diego, Mare Island, Cel. : Honolulu and Carls Now all have reported aujcveaa. Carta Waa the last to be heanl from because of the arar, though it is held not lo be as dlrttcuti to talk a. r,,ss the ocean as to talk from New York to San Kr.in- ! . i,ai Fa. ihtles were limited in Curls to a few minutes testing each day The Arlington to Can test twice succeeded a week ago and w is I, pealed after mid- t ight on Wednesday, but no announce ment was made om of eourtcsy to the Krench Government. Bsfaeota Raaj ci inn to Tohla. t 'hief Knglneer John J Cgrty of the American Telephone and Telegraph tvnn pany, wio supervised the experiments. would make no definite predictions as to the eonuneroial availability of the wildest telephone, but he agptoaaed his mm belief that though there eraa a vast amount of work yet to he done it would i,e poaaible in a few yeara to talk from any telephone in New York to any one in Tokio. The experiments of the last few months proved the principle, he said, arid ll TOklO can talk With New York It will he possiule for Carls to talk with Honolulu. The engineers now know. added Mr Carry; that the foal can ho done and how to do It. Incidentally -Mr. t.'arty described the Aiiitigiou to Can communication over II :,,ng distance telephone from Chicago ii T o'cio. k last night The newspaper men each held it receiver and heard him talk about the experiment and asked aim questions through "i S of their num ber Tiny alao talked ovr the telephone t.i Capt. v ll. ii. Bullard, c. s. n, hief of tiie naval radio service at Ar lington, who was at Washington, and Col Samuel Re bar, C. S. A.. Signal t'uips. who attended the test earl) yes terday morning, Thua, sirartgraly enough, a wireless telephone eommunlcatlon from Atiitigton ta Parla was announced to New V ilk over the long distance tele- phone from Chicago Ye stfi day ' exjierlment and the earlier i-ats ot' Tu.s.lay itud Wednesday '.f Itat Week weie aimilar lo the experlmenl of September -I' between Arlitig'on and Honolulu and Sau Ki a n.-i -eo. Tne same .quipiuent was used th- antennas of ; .: i nitt.d staiis Navy Department t Arlington and apparatus developed b) the American Telephone and Telegraph Company and the- Western Bleotrlc Com pany H H si, reeve and A M. Curtis, two telephone omtlnoors who headed lha i-xpedlllon t,, Cu is in June and officials of the french fluvernmenl had been ad vlsed by cable thai B. it Webb, another englneei working with K a. Helslng at Arllisston, would talk at a few minutes before I A M The Cans listeners Were li Hit Klfftd Towet. wl tin- telephone engineers were permitted to erect tat-ir receiving atatlon, Reeaa;aiaed Wolils'a t olee. .ll Webb did I ol hi- words wt at I'arla, for tne lerday ctmllrmln W ebb did til f t ie ta!KniK Mi i-l re oaught by Bhreeve able from ghraave yea iht sutrceas of lha test staled thai lit bail heard Mr, Webb re '." several t ilnes end peat "ll.-ilo. Hhreevc also count, and I hai had lie. nd other w,,rds the talking lasteil several llllll ule and then dletlngUlshtd, "i i'ssl-'iv, Hhreave" ransated aavaral times, l.loyii Bepanshaldi tha observer g Honolulu, reported by oahle 'hai he t, had heard "iieiio, Bhreeve." "Oood-by, Bhreavi " He said thai be could easily recognise Webh'a voice. The com. munlcatlon with Honolulu (,100 miles it seems, was more favorable than I at With Tails, because there was less static Igterfei Slice "The use of the Hiffel Tower, even for a few minutes a day," said Mr. Carty. was a most extraordinary courtesy, be. muse it s used almost excllistveh lor military purposes, hue to military ceeeltlea the amount of time svallsble for wireless telephone experiments waa ho limited a- iu constitute n serious handicap a site. in completion of thn work. Added to tits was the handicap resulting from the faol thai til reicni;-.- i munlcatlon between Mr, Hhreeve ami the engineers m America had to in- b) cable ami was subject to long delays "Wile it not for the conditions of war existing in Hurope the acoompllahment of w I rales, telephony across tin- Atlantic would undoubted!) have preceded Ihe much more difficult fact of transmission t-i Honolulu, Officer, of the Krench Government have listened to and vsrlHed the raaulta obtained a J-k ago ami repeated since Mr. Curtlas's nshle re ported Ho- -i h heard by Mr, Whreev, and the lime of It, reception, The mat ter received was that s. nt ft out Aii tiK- ton " Mi- Oarty said thai talking with Purls was not as difficult, electrically ,-oiisiil-ered, as talking to Han Kranulsco be- I . ause wireless lelsplionlng scruas moun . labia is mora difficult, Hul tin- iu. i t':t ol hlKh powered Wireless station-- near the hTlffel Tower Interferes with speech communication and makes tx traordinary confusion, The tesl of course was of speeoh In only one tlirec- i H in because Arlltsgtoit has the unit'! transmitting apiiaratua, The gregtsat difficult) Iii talking with I'aris was in j RettiiiK power ami getting a free period, Th,- range of the airelesa telephone axtssrimsnts, said Mi. in-i, raprsaents a circle with a d 1 0,1 net el of In, mill miles. . The uomuHinlcatlniia lis: night were clear, as were th,,s. ,,t several weeks Ceatiatieel en Kasrtl vu'j. MR. AND Found Year Ajjn in St. Pit rick's Cathedra When 9 Years old. GOULD MILLIONS MAT COME TO HIV WHIN Plains. X. Y., Oct. 21. Adop tion papers were tiled In the Westchester County Clerk's office here to-day giving custody to Klnley J. Shepard and hi wife. Mrs. "John Dite t'lrary." a co eared on Cathedral, Helen Gould Shepard, of No. 104. all. i' Austin Mc-four-year-old foundling dls ihe tep of St. Patrick New York, September 17, 1114, Win. the hoy Im trersjsly tuio the Shepard and her Una for the hsrltaga that baa come o alfaaUon if Mr husband and lot of the i Jould estate, what b s antecedents were, how he came to oe homeless of these things there I no trace. When picked up in the shadow nl the cathedral late In the evening last September, In- aaM hi father had left him there and told him to wait After ward in- said it was not hi father, but a strange man. He did not know where h s home Waa, and hi name, as nearly as the baby wor.l could be dIHtlll gulshed, was "Austin Mct'leaiy." At an) rate as this, alias John Dog int. he went on the Official records He was kept at the Children's So letv until October I, Hit, when he was taken before Justice How in the Children's Court ami sent to si Christopher's Home a' Itobbs Kerry. lie has been then ever s nee. with the exception of Visit paid to the Hheparda, xllriirSed b ll. lain Way.. M p, shfp;iti found bltn on om uf her I chart tubta tripo and vru Rttrftetotl bj IM boy'i i Ji hair, blue eyc and britftlt munnor Uaai february he -a takta the Shepard house at ".:! Fifth avo nu and In company with tha two chll drti r Kratik J Oould, atoo ataytng with M s Bhepurd, wai trlchan with , chlckenpox and made tm enforced vlalt of unuaual length Ha hai been In Lyndhurst, Mra. Shepani'tt place near Tarry town, ee tre tlmea and moved t.rv.. petmanently from the hroma aonM dayi ago Mr. Shepard peaking oer the tele phone from Lyndhural to-ntght, that ha cared to pay llttla about the adoption. Tha papera knew, he explained, as ration of the DOy'l history ai he did. Me had apent aoma tlma with Mrs. ghepard enough to aatlafy his wife and hlmeelt from hla ts'f.gt t makeup th.it h was of go i1 s:tx'k . Was wholesumu ai.it flne lixikiiigi and tlit y lial Kt'own fond of htm Mi. ghapa rd . ifrntlonfMt the un- warrar.ted long vlalt' at the time of the ohtckenpoXs Mrs Shepard. seen eUyndhurat this afternoon admitted the ,h of tha bn Both she and Mr Shepard, m waa said here, hud i - anxious tn Keep the action aecret fr a time, but gave I up when I hey dlacovei ad tin- adopt Ion I record Waa a public one. Mrs. Shepard apoke of his blonde half and blue eye I and liis--.it'! a little and said "Nn" ! when asked If his hair ir curly. Th m requeat of photoarra phera to take hla picture was denied. The petit i in f.ir tlie adoption Wai i made h Mr and Mrs Shepard through I the taw firm of Leonard Walker ofi 116 Broada i Tha Mheperda, with Mlaa Bmlt) Powler, i. ealdent f St, Chile i tophera home appeared before Count) Surrogate. William a Sawyer and after t! neceaaary asreementa tiaii been , algned Do- Surrogata made out the foi- ma I order niacins the boy aaolualvel) In his foater parents' cuatody. Attached t the petition and order i were the regular adoption instrument I prepared under th domestic relal lona law and algnad by Mlaa Powler. an preal dent, and Mlaa I'ooper, nee re ta r f th , home, the SrleparoVa, ind aflldavtta bj Mlaa Fowler and Robert roegrove, an agent of the t'hlWren'a Society Coa groven aftutavh aaaerta thai the child; wa found September it. 1914, when ;t I yeara old, abandoned and nol having , home, and being improperly exposed and neglected." Mlaa fowler asserts tha' he came t" St Phrlatophera In October : i d i i by order of tha 'hlldren'a i !ourt of : New Vork rotlllt) and thai 110 parent or guardian has since claimed him. ttttrt Poll, SalUartl. S.i w er's ird, r Sun 'S.i'- irdi r revite, has been ahati- ii, I rurthermor, tin, ral and tern "Thai said Infant ehlld doned bj lis parenta, i l. beina satlsfled that th, (Mini I nteieats of said child will be promoted by allowing ami confirming the addptlon for the reason that the s.tiil proposed foatl ' parenis are per sons of sooil moral character aad ot reputable standing in the community ami of suttlclenl megna to properly malntulll anil educate said child." it conoludea with a confirmation of the gdoptl d the wish of the foster par ents that the child be known as Klnlcv jay Hhepard. The entlrt Ilectlon of papers ale entered in the court record undei 'he caption: "Adoption of John line. No. HM, alias Austin McClesr), b Kinley J Hhepard ami Helen o, Sbepai d." i. mi. would iie said by lha officials nf Si i i,i Islophor, Home about the boy Secoml, a provision that toe li ii-i evening beyond ihe stor of hla balment ahull not iiermanently eng; inu round on 'io' cathedral steps, Tb" ,1,,. ,hlpplng business, but thai Itev. 11 W, Hrown. head of tin home, tPs utioa Hre fully sstabllshsd in llSketl thai nil neot. il w ith II be e- irimn shall witb.li aw cused in, in speaking, as met wished al! Home tha ITssldaiit'a adxissis be 11,1 rmstlon rtune rrom ihe Bhepnrdk. M,,,VI, ). ,n ossein to a harmony plan of The home shelters orphan-, and in sup- h, character, as the shipping bill III the p,, ii,,, t i ii i , i a i . t-uiiiritiuiiuiia, ii re, id Indira, tl) with tin- Uethodlst church. AI pic-cut .mil cniigren are, there Mr ami Mrs, Bhepartl were married ' ai l.yiidhurst, January 96, lilt, Ihelr I engagement having been announced a I little) ovei n month before. Mr. Shepard l , bail been aaalatanl to Preeuteul Huah of the Missouri Pacific Hues al St. Louis before Ihe inarriage, but afterward i moved to Sew fork, The engagement , ! ami Wedding came as a surprise to the ( many friends of Miss Uoukii as she hm I been always wrapped up in plillan- i tbropic work anil It was supposed that ' she was too bust to ihlnk of inrttrl i moiiy, Bho inherited from tier father, 1 Jay llOUld, tht' tlOtlld homo on Fifth avenue with ail ii contained, 10,000 a moiitli household egpenaaa ami 110,000, - nun of his estate, which placed tier i among Ihe licheal women In the world, Al the lime of ihe inarriage she was ( 41 ami Mr. Shepard 15 years old. The Sbeparils have only recently re- . luliieil to l .y ml ml is! iihii iioxnuiy. r,, V . where Ihey sp. nl the greater part ,,r ihe summer, ISHKtll'LKi N. r. Ne,t 1 1 i iii auoerb i KAIL, WAV. Ly, N meiielng Oct M, M .Id. "The I .ami of the sk, " rt lee Via mii rtlKiis Y. I :0 P. M tlally tsim Y. nffle. Mt Klflh Ave. MRS. FIN LEY m'' -jflsan Bw Tf sBas 4 'BLbb SaW awaaw John Doe No. 104. Alius "Austin Mct'leary," adoptctl by Mr. and Mrs. Kinley J. Shepard. The boy was found a year ago on the stcpa of St. Patrick's Cathedral. TIGER STARTS FIGHT ON CONSTITUTION, Smith. WMtrnt'r and role lc- nounfc Provlhiom m Hnti- 1" it-it t ion Meet iiiL'. LOAD FOB CITY TO BE A R Tammany Hail dettou Conatltutton ii"t night gonlaatton rutiflesi the ced 1 he 1 e ;sei While the Of- nomlnattoni of tha Democrat a tor vai koua offlcaa tiie apeak era were em that i In their dioap proval of the document prepared by tiie conetl tu tl onal convention. In I-, :it'f.- 1 I.- phraeea and atrlking argument Alfred BS, .smith. Democratic candidate for Sheriff. State Senator Rob -it K. Watgnet" and James . Kole put forth theli aiKumeiits Hiritinst tlie new Conatltutton after other apeakon had given a rouatng reception to Judge ivi v. an) Swaniti 1 emocral lc cand date for Metric! Attorney The attacks wvtt ptettil with cheer. applauaa and itamptng (f feet by hun dreda of voter who thronged the hail Mr. smith tUacuaued the article of the 'onatltutlon deullna' with the apptiitlon- mettl of Assemblymen And assarted that the new BWtteiO would gtve tn Nee York der ti'U' her K "in p -puintum. no mel a membero of the lower house than the present 'onstlt utlori accords He read the flrt prapojaal ruUU in tlie ouventlon for giving Xew Turk not more than one-half of the Senators and one-half of :ha Aaaemblymen In the Legislature, "Then one .lay genstor Bracketl said that they itaehl lie wl'llns to 3lie Ul a popular Assembly nnd .1 reatrl, ted sen ate.'' explained Mr Smith. "I told them that not Is-ine able to get a whole luaf We would be Willing to take lens Hut within a short time notice was served on the leadei thai thi was a Republican convention and l ot to f.riset himself and give in to a couiile of young fellows fr,m Tammany Hall Bo afterward l wan told that we could not have what we wanted One of the delegate, told rue. 'If you fellow s want thai ot. belter go and at-r i convention of your own." Mi. Smith said that the fratm-rs of the Constitution phrased an article re-j 1 , 1 1 rise to the apportionment of legtalator, , thai Is in substance the same as in the present Constitution. "They are afraid I to tell New Vork in so many words." asserted Mr Smith, "that New York city ! car not control the la:-e:islature." Senator VVagner In ids speech charged that the Republican delegate, would vote on, way n on, da) and then at the direction of President Root of the con-' vention they would change their vote. J "I can cite innny InclaSt Is," he said, I "to show that this W'as not a non partisan convention." Judge Bwann, who was greeted with cheers, whistling and ,nthUSlaetlG ap plause. Mid that be intcndcil to re organize the District Attorney', office , when elected us It, axpecta to be, COMPROMISE ON SHIP BILL. Pro InloilM riMinipil III Keep Out .! eeameal aneetMori w hSHiNuTOKs Got, 81. Administration official, are considering changes m the ,,, naulrallty. McAdoo plan for a Government owned i,, i: j innnn, ihe rtnifp frfrpinpa's merchant marine which may pave tha I political correspondent, now In Itome, iu way for tht passage of Ihe measure at ;1 review ol Un- whole situation, ... the next i' ingress. The changes by j -nie truth Is. 11 recce ami Itumania which the President may meet Hie oppo- ,v(. .,.n Influcl I ll) be t lUlers Slid sltlon of Democrats in the House andidynastlc predilections ns w.-li in by the Senate project are: general awe of llermany end by the First, a provision ileflning the apeclflfl l certitude thill ihe) Will ! worsted In object of ihe measure as the develop-1 the end. Hnless ihe Alilei can -. t Iterore iiiem of trade with the l.atin American i them motlvea i-onsldernbl) more cogetil countries, or. SI most with the Latin than those which have been i 1 there I American countries and the Orient, thus , little hone Ihnl elthei coutdr) will Insuring against dovamment oompetltlon modift Its o,:tltudt' I with other American lines I with other Amertcgn lines , et ri- se in when ov- form suggested in- Mr. McAdoo ! have a rocky load ahe id ,VI SSems to ii in the 1 lelllocral lc party. $200,000 RANSOM OFFERED sir .i. i. Katoa win uiee ihia n UeeSSaay tttr Dr. Ilelaoil' Itclenae. ' WlHNIPKUi Man . Oct, 31, -Sir John I C, BatOtl "I' Winnipeg, owner ol a lie pari men! store in this oily, has Offered i ISOOiOOO lo tht- tfermaii tJovernmeut if I that tlovertttnent win release Dr. Ilclatid, member of the House of Cominuitg for j Ueaucc, Uuabec Dr. Ueland was in llelglum on his lionet nio.ni Just bsfora the war broke out He offered bis ser vices to the llelglum Government He was later on arrested and is now In prison in ijermauyi All effort, to ii- lease him so far ha llrlllah fell e fill IOO d. a S. ,-,,,,l ItKld.lN. vis AilifcliTduin, net LM. PurllleT one period of the recent great ha 'Hit' al l.oos tOWajfd the end of Sep- i tuber, tlie Itrliisb fell al Ihe rale of I HO men cond, asserts Ihe Dvulmhn roaefgelfaag. The paper liken, the lighting in that In a Napoleonic battle before the daya Of natOhln, guns or long range cannon. J. SHEPARD pyrlKhi '"' Fdilk Mrs. Finlcy J. Shepard. ALLIES SEEK QUICK REPLY FROM GREECE Will Allow Her to Choofte II r Tfme for Intervention if she Consent. THREATS op REPRISALS ie. tf' ( nhir fkaapaieA ti- Tsa i RoMg, Ootj II. Ttta Sim's corre apondam Informed through diplomatic ourcef. thai the Bntentc Alllea are threatening to take reprtaala agalnal Qreace unless formal assurances are given before tha expiration uf short time limn that ahe will not Intervena In favor of AustrlaHungary, Oermany and Tui key ii. aii ase if these assure nee: are aatlafuctory, then tlrsece, and Rumania as well, are to be allowed to choosa then- nivn time f-o Intervention EYES OS HUM AM A. I.oatlnia Kestrrls tit ullina lleSnltr ew h ri.m Halkana. p.e,, 1 gels fesfso ' - Tat - l.NIS.N. OCt, 21 - Tlie attitude ilkelr Bumanla is lu i,i mir i the question f the tire, e v ill 10, ike to Cyprus io return for to ! assumed t attention her v t Datura f the repl. RnglaJ tl i offai of dct:e Ititerventl n The Hun i real corresn indent of i he Ituth Mail .lv Itu'na a , in cu di d in hr decision i tlte queation of inter vention by the atrength of the allied pedttlun fo- the aid .f Ser hla ind tin' tune of the- ar Ival if thla aped 11 on at thi Rerbtan front. Nbthmi s admit tail ifflclall here to da with regard to the offer of I'ynru 1 1 i iree e, tiut 'he offer in no lo'itfe- doubted, although It aeonia that i'yirua forms merely pari of whai the Kntente luwera onVred Tha Ti aayi "Qreeca haa ien clearly told thai the fulfilment of her treaty obligation with Serbia w ill bring her t'ypru aithuut lirejialh " other eventual advantages which the Alios might Bttiare her, aitlli it Im understood that she had been pre vtousl aaaured of large mllltan and adequate military nunuori b) the Kn tente Powara, with the fulfllmeni of the guarantees recent I) mentloneil b) m Venlseloa in th thainbet " The taper adda tha; utthough lln a Qulsttlon of (Cyprus i a long cherished Hellenic aspiration, mo indication has yei been retelved thai uv onVi hai been uceepted Mlaewhere Ihi auggestlon In made tuat the Ruaalana unKnt aultabl) niter Ben aarabta to Rumania, who ! atmloui to noaicsii a terrltbry populated iilmosl en tirely by Rumanians who dUltke ttus Rian rule The uneaslneaa with regard to me Balkan i eonllnuea here it n fell thai every da'S d day is helping thi I iniini. The gerblunn nre in a light cor nee, ami it la uueatloned whether lh Alllea will he uble i Join them apeedll) i nough to save them Me mwhlle, imiii inK ahowa tin' "ireeie ii Rumania la weakening in thn ,1, li I tiiliiati,ni tr, ina,ri- I , ,r ruii,,n hints thai the onl) m. i ji -. the s J rung lb-- Allies H up, ure of force I li, -pal lies from Athens Indicate that ncaaskn lo ilreeco tteaidea the fun her offer by ilreal Hrltal of tin- island of niiseil if llreeee The Besffd Of offers would ax s iieai ly lo i ',ni also Include ter- '. 'remit r a imll limes wiib tha 1 in the past fee i Cyprus have been pn , will Join the Hntentr Alliens says thru these ' lend i Ireece's boundn rl i stuntlnople and wool, i i rltPty m Mui Minor i has conferi ad s.- erai , Mlnlaers of Ihe Ruleiil dsya ,11,1 I lu ll , Cublnel rilacuassd trncted session last I the lift pi ! night. The nffe: of I vplU- ta 1 ec Brlllah press wllh tar. ting cued by aenllme I.- I,. ill. I lie Tile gj VI HI",' SI it It'htl ll ret, ,r I ler as a bllbe "We ObjeCI lo bnlii-s. It stl y s . "cr-pe- I daily useless bribeki ami uuyueationald) I the offer of l ' t I i Us is a bribe The only 'thing which dlsllngulahn, ii from (Jer. ' mgn bribes is thai Herman) offers ol I people's lorrltOr) anil we our nwtl WARNS HIDDEN SOLDIERS l.t-rntsii l.iiternnr tt Itcluliini llltla i tie in igiieea or lie ohm. pecil ' itl'lr III KSStC, 10 Till, Si ASISTahPAsI, Vltt London, ml. SI, UOV,Oan, Von Hissing has Issued a pi'O0 Utingtloil onleiii-g all enemy soldiers hid ing in iieigiuiu to report within Iwenty. I'oui hours lor Intei-iimeul in Qerttiany, "Kvaders and all suspected of harbor Ing .them w ill to, ahot," the piik-lama-tlon aiinuunces jSERBIANARMY iN miiD madtu in i tin niiuii NOW ISOLATED1 Hani Tressed b.v Invaders,. Defenders Admit Their Plight Is Serious. BULGARS RECAPTURE VRANJA; (TT RAILWAY Sik-iu' ' efc's AeaasfcA l Tin 9t .. LondoWi Oct II. The Bulgarian! have regained and now hold the city of Vranja. on the Saionica-Nish railway In addition to haing CUI Serbia' chief railroad at till Important point Ihey have eantttrod Vtaaotlns, north of Vranja, about half way between that city and Mlah, and have cut the railroad due west of Vlaeotlni . These Bulgarian u--- esaes are ad mitted by I he Serbian War Ufflcs, Thus the Si-iblan army in the north, hard pressed i the Austro-Oerman Invading forcea, i t Irtually Isolated, The allied forces sent to tne aid of the northern Serbian army to save the lieai 1 of the little kingdom front being overrun b the Teutonic and Bulgarian Invgders will have to meet the liul garfans first and drive them from th railroad. The official Sotia follow : report issued to-night at lull rx We III Valla) . t Negi Begssefl adtranc tl g it y saieeeaaea, in Tlmok in tin e repulaed tiie Kerhtana, but to tHitbl. leaving one wno sere uflteei ami our hands rtfty men us prisoners m i lue olfleer and l SO Sei - Man eoldlera were Kilhd in ti e T ol Valley. Near I'md we captured an Import ant strategical point on the Vidlle Mountain range ar Brangus we (li ml) eatabllahed OUraelvei Iri the alley uf the Hul- garlan Uorava im gerblan territory). The booty taken .tt Vranja includes v. 1,000 rifl cartrldgea, tobacco to ; he glue of i ,000,000 franca $-,n.- 080) and 1,000,000 kilograms of hay We are advancing via Ktxri Palanks, where we attacked and repulned the kierbtans, who fleeinK toward Ku- ma novo. in tio valle) of Bregalnltsa uffanalva ta advancing In ; r" whole valle . We arc in possession of the pla.n of Otscheepolja, where our ca airy cr. peraed t tferblana near Ktsaell, Two thousand Hsrblana were taken pris ft! til III it lerblan It. Ileal 1111,1 r.Tll. Tlie .- i, official rent lere t.i-lllgt I was a.- ft 11,'W - e have fall, sive positions Ul back o Ii I pie- I our sure defen- ,,f the enein) s ai tlllery The Hulgan ha near Vranja atnt Kochana ami latli The Bulgars an a junction betweel Selbs iaili,,a vacua t. striving i the .Mile pre ven ami lie An , MUtl 1 1 lei .th- 1 1 Bel lua S! at. 11,,-llt it N si, la-t jiirfht foeow- The situation grows more and more serious The resistance of the Ber kden troots la dsspsrata and heroic, bat i lie -tiling pressure of the Aus trian aiai Hermans from the north an.i masses ot Bulgarians rrom the east is menacing seriously th.- Serb, an army, which is now cut olf from .s'a- lonlca. Th.- arrival of allied troop, Ii awaited anxiously, The Serbian, iu Ihe north hold the Rakhauuta - Alexandrovata - Daihgolo" hovl ai d the VaugnsKosinai lines, ami ti,e limit bank ol lha Koloubara. On ihe eastern front the hold the Ball- .hat-Knnisev.il. I'ilot-Vlasotiiie line. but the Bulgarians have taken tin towns t,f Vrauya and Vuloaso cutting i in im- to Balonlca Iu twoejhtccs eeiis in Serloaa riigiu Wi I'h lit. - -ap-ui c.i fron after advuntH ittwartl rauja, which bail them by Bsrhlaus a ha. I I li taken, the II-OOPS have taken a uchlevltiM Ihelr ami o ion between Ihe AI- lieen wres short whil Bulgarian long step ..I pi Hog a Jul and Hie Serb- llv culling the Saloinca-Nisli rani,, a, I ai tin- second point, Vlasotlne, the Bul garian rush, if dircted northwardi menacea Nlsh, utr.il a few days ago the Berblun capital Meanwhile ihe invaders lieadWS) in I Ihe south, eanei lull) toward Kumsuovo, , is seriously Ihreaneulug tin southern sec tor of Ihe vita! railroad Bl 11 further down, they are dashing from Istip. al ready "i their hands, inward Kuprill Willi these objects attained. Illllltur) l, servers here agree, the Bulgura will be in a pussibli position to swell the ar rival of lha Allied troops, winch at last accounts wen- moving nurthward lo relieve ill. gerbs. in ihe meaiillme t ie ftttsiroHjcrmun 1 armies, qcihii toig to lo-dsy'a uftlelal Herman Wat Oftlci iemrt, are advancing on the entire trout, ihe statement adding that the Serbians are "slowly retreat- Ing " A Junction or the extreme Bul garian tight, now advancing weatward flom MogOtln, Willi Ihe Teuton, ,- I. II 1- looked upon by some in 11 it .t t nrltles as a matter of .. noinperuttvely short tint. The cicrman ottii al report follows fiermau, Puraelea Seelta. ill, the entile ll'lllll We are puisu aig the slowly retreating enemyi The Berba have been driven south from positloiia south and east of Hlpanj, nur gdvunce guard! Iiave tea, -bed Btepojavetg, Isiakovutg ami Main. V est of Ihe MorSVg i aie push. mg forward b) wu ol atcbavstg The Bulgars righting in the sector of Negotln bate reached the Rallchar Krjagltevata highway Tin Ural Indlcullon of lh, preaeni sherea'bouts of the Krench troops march I ins to Barbla'a aid comes In a deapulch . received u Ihe fiwliy i.n from its Sal, nn, 'a , respondent tile, I tester, lay it.- i-eporta that Hie French lrouHj have rrossed Ihe VardM Rivet at Krivu ; jak, twelve miles south of Islip, with ihe object of culling ihe Bulgarian retreat I Ol: Istlp. j This repoit. il accurate foreshadows Inn Sgrl) dash between I tit French and I pulgurlgngi The same deapgletl says that llul- t'osflssed ox i? 1 umi foee. Nurse Rushed C DI upurmny i ica m.mii t Hidden From U. S. Envoy, m,ss Edifo Cavell, Sentenced by German Couilrmartial, Pinned Union Jack on Her Breast as She Faced Firing Squad. LANDSTURM VETERANS ui re Mi pessafi i" Tsa gi i.HMuiN ii,- 1 11. Kiduiis of the execution hj a lierman tiring si, tin. I of Miss Rjrlltta Cnvt'll, an Kngllah Btirae, and tl fforls DMde bj Braml Whltlock, the American Mlnlater tn Bel gi urn, to aare her ware bwm public here to-night, in a ifHirt sent to the British Utivernmeni ihronah AmbaaMdor i'ae. Minister Whltlock gives curreaponde abowtoi the efforts made to save ih nurse, who hwi lieen arrested an a eharae of eaplonaae, and showing also ilmt the itermau authorities s,,uiit to piwenl th.- American diplomatic rep rvsentatlves fmm knowing of the sentence ami Immuani execution. A Belgian nurse, said t.. have lieen .Mi-- Cavell'g mosl Intimate friend, gave tiii- storj ,,f the arresi ami execution of tin- nurse to the Amsterdam corresimndeul of the flstca, "Mi Cavell had 1 n long susissctetl by the Oermana because aha Kngllsh. r'rentteul nnportunttlea had been given her to leave Brussels, both by tin Hermans who were anxious in -ee her "in of the country ntni by oilier people win. were fearing that the Hermans would itrivti her, she, however, refused nil offers of safe menus lo reach Holland, saying that as lung - there was a single wounded man left in Brussels her duty eom pelled her to remain where there was suffering." it i- retairted," tiintlniiea the Mtrrespomlent, "thai after Ml Cavelt'a trial, tin President ,,r the Conn a-kiM to ber tletVuw or atgn a renueal for a moroiy aliruggexl wt Hliottllers gtul waIIuhI nut. "Pain- wew taken l tin tlrmaiif thai nothlug should Itecome known ..f tin- matter. Their fear thnt Hie Ameiiiitii or Hnlsh legations or the laiml Nniielo, vrhn are -till in BrMsaelH, mlgltl hoar of the Intention to Miss ruvell nud mlgbl Intervene Tin- laegntlons tllil Intervene. iut iu vain. "Miss Cavell a in-lied io hit ileiitu ami slioi in the burrncks parly in Mm- morning, sin- wus brave lHfore th.- Ueruiau lilies, as ahe had heeu Itvfore tin1 cotirt-martlali She refused t" luive her eyes lutudagoil ami pinned a small L'nloii .luck to her sjtllce. "Home of tin- Lmulsturm men xin- hud la?eu foreed to take pert i the exeetitlon are -mm t" hve wept, sin- Imrled in tin- exiles' cemetery. j-,, hi ni iini exectitUui imMlueetl . 'loop senwttl t' borror in Brussels where she was worshlppetl for ail tin l'ooi she had done lnring tho lertUHU iMj'Ust1 ion. lt i- aald thai Ihe execution "a- nnleml by the llovernor inMNonally, a- Ihe Kaiser had nlreud) latnloned a uumlsr of women ami tin Qoverntf feared thai If MVss t'avell were imrdonetl. it would weaken the authortt of tin murt-mnrtUtl." WHITLOCK TELLS HOW APPEALS WERE IGNORED ItU llr'lflt- I- I HI Bl v i. tl. The official cmre tht American legation in unnectloll with the aires'. rutlun by tin Qerman mill UoSPOKi " spondsnce of Brusaela in trial ami ext tsr) author lies In Brussels of Miss Udith Cavell, an Bngllsh nurse, conslat, of seventeen documents, covering In alt ihirty-twn typewritten pages. Minister Whltlock and attaches ,,f the American Legation detail the futile ..f forta made b) tit- American oHIclals, with th. actlvi paratlon "t th- Span ish Minister, lo ubtsen even a brief re- s,,:lt for tile woman Until the aPPe.1 malleoli hel behalf by Minister Whltlock could be - oi.: idered. Hugh llibson, seel, t.ll , an Lesallon -,t Iii ussel the the Vine, i- course of a report ma,le b, mm to Min.s'.r W'hltlu Politll melil i says to- was iiiuooie.. ., Abtellung 'Pol.tmal .lepai't- III- at ii :u r ., un ucim r . 1 1 1 aentenc, nau noi ,r - ed ami WBS assured that the lege- , iii, i ha keni Informed of devi ! noun t ion opm us iii the ,-ase. although Sdlsi av - be ,-U air. any i dur ia,l bi ti item tli.it nignl I eit rtt true StalNB calliing the tine stall! ,if I use. tatua of lit" case 1 to the PoUttachi with another at- 1. I wo Abl tacl Mm bee, , hours after his vi- lung. Mr 'lib f lln- b gal' 11 a: ,1 tilt Spanish inking up the task ia ,,f Mr Whltlock. ulster, th.- latter -ause ol the illlH lit tu -ec Malol, I ... I 'i. , v.-i mil ol Hi USScll . ami liratl.Ml 1 'i I I with Ii Mil,,-!, aside itilinbe long a even or.lci if llllll , rut .-tit klui the Span, sn 1. Lancken forcibly a woiilil have ne pieavnce baling to su ve whbdi hi 1. 11 b. sllalli .11 say mg ,11 of 1 lit younger oltlcers." Mi illbson says thai although -ii hud 11" authel -in lo d" so, I , nd .ml ihe effect of such nn tiou upon public opinion nnd the possl II and Inlity ot a reprisal Kinalt) tne group of Bpiinlsli dlplomsls lefl Alitelluns cntlrtil) unsiic A met Its Hie Polltlschu as ful. In a.'. lame With reguliitlm Mia, pel In ,1 led to Spe 1 ei man mllltur) ,t'a ctlllll-el wa K with his client contcsseii h.s ig- pefnti ll,!- I I'l ll. II II I II if In ide af the I, Mi 1, Sevcitteeii lluenmeuls, e ne -' t onteen docunemts Tiieie ,r ,n th, min 1 anvrasnalidellce. .ovei'.ng in all IWo l pew 'Hen page- The nisi dociinienl is a memorandum from Ambassgdoi I'nue in Ismdon to t , British Koteign 1 'Hie enclosing a letter dated nctoiar i'' from Ihe American Legation ai BrusseU Willi a report up ihe Cuvetl cuss Documoiii two is a icttci 11 'in Brand Whltlock, I'nlted si it. s Milllalei to Bel. glum, 10 II-iron Lin-ken. al Brussels, dated AugUSI tit asking for , onHrinal inn oi in. arrest of Miss Cavell ami gleu Un grounds upon wbicli Die griesl wui tngdSi I unieiit Hires I. a memorandum In French (rum Mi Whirl. id lo Bar ni Lam lien under date ot Bepteinbe in. uakltig for 11 repl) to Minlaler Whit. liH-k's lellat f August ll, ..ml uddlnu Hint Mr, Wlnllock bad lieen Ul'aed b) telegraph in Hike up with 1 ,- Icual lots- -ii.:.- data) H" th fen, e of Miss t I Document four - a letter from Lalickell 1, 1 Mil, stcr Wh tb , S September 13, slain. g Hid Mi.-- was arreated on luun 1 ami tell Han d lied Cavell I neai' al st cerated in 11 ill it h ry irl lilllss Tin- b iter continue, : "She udmlttsd having iceitled In her hOUVa various Knullsh ami French ao. dlrB, a- well as Iteigian., w no were I f,, n I I mllllary age, ami all uf uhoin werel,jOV1,, I anxious i" proceed to lha froni Bin ,11m i also acknowledged thai ,he mid suihI iio , pib d ihese soldier, wllh fund, neoc, ia lilt i, to Death, V4 WEPT AS THEY SHOT iter it sue wtsneu to nun auyuitun mruui ni tne Immla or tne Kaiser, she a t 1 proceed tu the front and liad facilitated their departure from IteUium liy llndlng guides to as-ist them clan ilestinel) iu crossing lha Netherlands frontier, "Th.-1 'a veil defence haa been entrusted to Advocate lirautn, who is in touch with ihe proper ilerman authorities, in view oi ih.-se tacts, headuuartera b acting on ihe principle or refusing to allow Intel views ot any kind with the ae , need fieraons 1 regret exceedingly thai I am unable in obtain permission fOI U de latal, legal counsel lo!' of t n. American Legation at Bruges is, to visit Miss 1 'a Veil Document gflve is a letter from Min Ister Whltlock to Ambassador fagn ai London, dated Beptember -l. ami en . losing document four. The letter adds "Tin- legation will keep Hie cast in view ami will endeavor lo see Unit a fair trial is given to Mis, Cavell." Document six is a letter from u. de 1.1 vai to m Klrachsn, advocate of the fouri of Appeals ai Brussels, ami is dated October S The lei I ul acknowledges receipt ,,r ihe notification thai ihi t'avell ta.-e was 1,1 be tried by , olll't-rila It ,.t I Oil "Thursda) next," and adds: "In accordance with our arrange mellU I shall be obliged if you, on conclusion of the hearing, will lei me have a memorandum of iin grounds on Which Mis- Cavell Is tried and also Ihe ea, charges against her a- Well as ihs sentence." Document seven Is n letlci dated Octo ber v from Minister Whltlock to Am bassador rage at London Tins let ter says "I tool, up the liluttel wiih the 'lr- niSII authorities anil learn thai Mas 'a tell was arrested on a 'charge of espionage.' it seems thai 11s Cavell has made several very damaging ad nilsslons, ami there appeared 10 be no ground 011 which I could ask her re lease before 1 rial" The sentence, 1 tm ,11, 1, ni eight is a letter from Ister Whlttotik in Anibasaudor Pag Mim : un- der dale of 1 siobei 1 1 "I hasten to send you word that the t'avell trial has been completed," II ..!. "The ilerman prosecutor asked I'm a aeiiteuce or death against her end elghl other ueraona Implicated by her testimony, Beoteuce iias not yel been pronounced I have come to hope thai tin court-martial will nut pa iin- rigorous seutence proposed 1 tinve done everything poesliile to prts-ura 1 tall trial foj MfsS t'avel ami am as complalnl on that score 1 feel that u Is uaetess lo iak,- action until sentence ' p. ,,11, .,111 ,1 1 1 iiii-ii ni'Kie, i n pel alt', being mil led " itocumcul nine, a letter in INencn rrom Minister Whttlock to Harog 1. an, i.en dated tX'tober li, says: "I llati. lust I. -it-lie 1 tllil lililllh 1'iV-e a British subject uud conseouentti umicr the protectluti or this legation ha been sentenced lo death by court-martial ai tin, re, -a, sween ig ., i-enit i.ee an, which, if my infoniwtllou is correct, l note severe m tin. .-as., than in apt nher of i-ic same charncicr, 1 S'ou 11,11, .1 1,1 '.he ,,i,t,iiiei.l 11, -neiii.. It at. liumu nlty favor of , nmnnttti 1 "M'es I til! lusilti liei III, oiln -M I.- - t n man a- t -.-. p II M tt 1 1 the 1 ... l Hriia diet I be Itlllg bi g ii, il 1. , it , ul he 1 ri Ii i.isii. 1 d hue in lav ' . a sou 1 th' ol p li ill I11.nl ,i,i" "If nini in 1 IS coll 1 froni keeping II al-etvtu III, charges, Th , .t,l 0 MO, II - a 1 ai lo gra h is mil 1 1 ,1 lime ,1 1. 1 Icn. I, 1, , fron Mi III Mr Wl I laffi 'ii I.-, Iii It'