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THE SUN'S adoption of the lithogravure ' THE WEATHER FORECAST. Fair and slightly cooler to-day; fair to-morrow. Highest temperature yesterday, 65; lowest, 50. Uetalled weatDwr, mall and marine raports on pa) 1 V process for its special feature section. Remember the date, SUNDAY, OCT. It. VOL. 1. XXXIII. NO. 57. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1915. co,,. isii, the ,. pntie ana r,,bn.tng A.iauon. PRICE TWO CENTS. U. S SEEKS MEN HIGHER UP IN BOMBPLOT- WAR AGENT SA YS FA Y OFFERED $500,000 BRIBE Frank stork of Theec Ar ppsted Believed to Covet Directors LA IN d. Ml'MS GIVEN TO CAHRV ON WORK Ka, and V-witan1 Spent l iii Moiv Thin $4,000 Mr Admits Having. HIGH BAIL KEEPS ALL FOUR IN ( ELLS Breituiiff. Fifth One Wmteds Expected to sur render Here To-day, Ttv Vdera1 euttlorHlet ill their searrh for th-- fountain head f the rash and Itv directing lmUlM hrlti-ved to he hp- Rladl the moVWIHtnl In thin country to irai tin Alius' purchaeea of anununl M 1 1 otl f HUpplltM ivKi-ird I, lent Rnl.. t I V.t . Max BrvltUIUf, Walter B. Srhotl urn! othere, arcuaed "f rnnu-piring 'o itttro) munition Parrying ihipM. an met-" in n . vai lampelgf.. T1i- ntoi ' "f I. M ill. Kay ami Bchotg. in thlcti ihey ronfaat lo making miner to dtaahie ii"1 AUhbs' siupM lalUiuj from .iiu port, were credited yeetertfey m! l in . limited extant. The Kedenil au- rh en believe both Kay und Schoii are ronce atlng many important fart a iboul the! i ecttvttiee, Thay aNo heiieve tha the lllbneM and the apparent fr.mk nee. ! the IWO man were artful ruses to mi .lead the gee rat aeratce and the poll-1 from many othar m..ivttieH in vhk'li Mi- prleonera have baan eiiKigei. Heller ed lo He Nultorillnalea, W1 ' Pal ing Bcholg are thought to hai- old ;l-i- truth about making mines Kav si legal la regard d BS having had ria:irc:- with superiors in this oountry, men who furnished the money and gave Stalled direction as to what they Slated .- The IWO prisoners weie sierel i'--i.it,-s in tha ranks as um- liaieil with the generals or directors aboM- them Those rllrectors ar th men for whom w :h inhnlte pun and tare I he .sear, h, as.-, bean going on, .md whothor the vast snuMinl of avldenc utisarthod liy the , ssUm and Ihi secrvl sonde men In the bast f. days n Ivi my further light .a thai direction was not admitted yoa '"' ' s nua.-v.-t. learned, liatnel: .ill the a.tlyities Of '' nnan .1 ted to one I - thlH.ountry insve '" A-' furnlHhlng funde 1 e.uh li. 1.11, u y iH-iiKhi howevt'i IhtrtJ man apiieareil , tariabl a different treasurer, la believed thai ine money has - "ine am . single source in thi last analy. I 9. -o While Max UrettUllg, a nephew uf Kdward N BreHungi purchaser of Hag itsamship Pacta from Oerman own fia. is atiUKcd of hiving paid money ioi he bai.- material of FXplOSlVSS .:. ! by Uellt. Pa) and Scholx, he . regarded as Bn .gent Breitung, who ll atari of the nil Walla Device Com istend of "a- oil Well Supply v i . . t.-u 10 arrn e in i oe mil to give himself ruing un in ih r-euerai un not urs, , . .,r ,. to explain wnat he knows aurk of Pay .....i mat mam ,. " " ,,,MH'M ." '."" ' "'f tulldlng of mines u blow l munition worrying , lima. If hi n i.gal ni ' ",' ' ;, mi horltlcs ; that he Is con- mica ! i sou ... .... . r '"' M,," '"; T , ' " ' ' , , ' , li. I i .,l :m Oilii li the last six I nf tie ' 1 ither Ui'. ia ahown evl I) 1 1,, poll. regard gg im- . Mill 1 .dieted b Paul t"1' 1 . . aha contrndlctg Iieut. ,. idmitri the n .mea of I K , 1 r in pegaarde and it Htealili from Stork ! H ling to L'apt. j ie bomb equed, hag ( .It . lie ..la lined to a certain ib n.-e of Kay, and that Ka)' .it ayu distinct idans that bj : . I 1. 0 M nlans was th blowing up 1 of a . emb'ul llllint that furnishes i nal il- fur high g is) igb Kay ha asserted that 1. on, ii .ll. lil UN IO ' in . ii and meant only I Iddem '.f AlliSS' Ships . ipiiegaarde, or Holla laving admitted to him I ihiwln. un a chemical .,la ill. 1 '..II guards that ... ... i. -iroy ihe larg It W . nliiii-. Hint only temporary Isniagi ill done to those factories. -it-ini- as, i tbed to l-'ay ... i Rial of seeking to iplaln of a Russian frrigliter ' - In a KiishIuii fstrt. "Vnti v , th.au Itussians ure '"" I - i . pol led 10 have toid "W. iai Ii .... i g in the Hotel Mc 'Pli last 1. lay, ami then to have of I ad, if be, f ipp.-gaaide. ' , ii.i.iin ol a ship carrv- 'i- lo .Ira) a, Idontallv near 'tarn a era tie- vessel .-ould " 1 lis .. (Ierman cruiser. Tha " '..- .e .1 , Ided between tim !' " - i i ipts gaarde ' ' 'i. -ii me. I Ill.lstSlltll I hal lis "i. ' I'thlua .iltonl I In steauishln Mgry t no or anyboda else. He mir,, , was asked about it laat i lis bad Mini. lal tu earlier. tinned lie " he suld. "It a led on rugr-fa i'titjr. "larhi llanxl Th BANKER BREITUNG ASSERTS NEPHEW f)iuiid TViaf VniiM,r Vf.w, A "v - rcuoeu ui rmi in vt-iu..i. Plot Is Spy Says He Is Hurrying . to New York. Al ISglTgrTL, Hi ell hub. wh.i MUh.. Oct 2.. .''Mas , li siippos.il lu In. j. mi l spy. ik my MtMV, iinil he left Ih I .-ir.iuorn noiei. i nn aao. hi 7 o'r nek i tatal in mi nir Vat. V.,l. I t . . . , . , . , .-.t, it' in iu null! iiu whatever policeman has U wairan- for him." .aid K. N Hreitunir th1 innri iiu. Than nokpd i, .mn .-. Hrrituna" iiied ,.,': ,""t JTfS !Tk'"S r''a,"n ,hat ,he:ont m wall until this morning, wmm It 1 "" .ineaeii oonnaciion aun i gannot u from thf Qorman saerai r-1, . Oorman aotlvtUaa in nw York. 'vice or any oihr ne.-rn Mrvlcs. Mek ' "OP Psalons may ha roolad aomr- j Mhh Hreltuna eamg to this country I f" do not iSmlt their connfctiona what and that a tliieatom-il split fpme three years ao and went to wori. L'. '" " ,oollsn " ,he fac of " hJ ' ' 'hrounhout th . ntlre chUKh OTgantS- ,. ' " t" wora glSggStlni InMOad of ggrlOUSI They ,lon mH. h ..,,., in the Breitunv on Ima hr ,i... . .. . .... .... . . i non inn) n a im nwaw. mtri n ear he SSI sent (o the New York of- BOSS, where, lately he baa been ..-tin. s ,.n..e 1 1 .. . . 1. ' as manager. He In about 29 years of uge "Max didn't run away from New York." said Mr. Hreltunat. "He came lo t'hicaao In response to a telegram from me and I left him there to com plete some business. He was publicly i -"hipi.-. , ...r mm miiu mis morn - ing wire.1 me mat he was going to New ..rk to find out what he was nte. for- . . would Hasrg i ,.id r.tiice. "Th police certainly are not over- bright in batking for Max. for at mv New York office they would have lieen told where g had gone. If Max la h.'.. I b the police, bail will he ar- ranged through our New York offios when needed. "I am n- t at ail alaimed over Mag'g situation, for tile -s n That I was I! myseif ait-used of Itetng a i.erman spy -1 agent. If there is anyth.ng at all If there is anyth.ng at ail ' for suspicion against Max and to He la the fa.t that subscribed money to some to give basis It will be found he may have subscribed money to some fund r other represented SO be for re lief work. I rave $ i oo the other day Just as I b ft New York to a fund fitr buy ing ttatvo ror tternian triaonert in war caitlpa. I oaji't swear that the money wax ueil for tluif nurpj'se. lut that s what I gave It fur. This spy bUShsaaS , largely nonsorse. I went to the State I-epartmen, in W.ahlr.gton and lo some 3 AMSTERDAM, N. T., 1 BANK LOOTERS GUILTY1 itm-oii Bagene Oppenheltn. Dr. ll. J, Rogers and liicliai-ii Miirpliv Convicted. HritAcraa, Oct -fi - u.it wai verdict "f the Jury rendered iat the to- nghl III th case f Baron Kugene 1 . ,. ..., .1 u,,..rs 1 Kmm VnmU .wl ;rh.ir(i vftirnhv of Am.terdam, Rccuaad of mnMptraey and : Bid Iiu. and itltcttinaT In th einhexzhinent 01 more than Ill.OOe from ine rirei National Bank of Amsterdam. Thu Jul I v..rili..t .ft, r thirtV llollCS Its . deliberation, The verdict stunned the; nm jum. m is urara u.- ( defendants, .'ore it was to break out by tl- arrest of forty-two Indians, many of whom Baron Oppsnhslm and Dr Itogera j ,,tnr 1f) jfonakll(t rioU ' Were arrested 111 New York on May 2s. I IM, in connection with the slUgSdl'" looting of the Plrsl National Bank of Amsterdam of "upwards of IITS.OOO," atTcordlng to the Indictment The pair were the officers and backers of lit I helm .- Co., promoters, of 111 Broad- way They weie accused of working ill onjiin. mon with William T. Brlce. a I hookkeep.r ..f the bank; Abmso .1. Kln- -Assembly man u'wfit)'y w, , ,11WV,. ll was ahargsd that Murphy bad all live account SI the bank and mat h f Murphy's bank sc hv d,po,Mln. , . rr,.,m a ,. Iter of small liei ks which were wortb- Qaron Opiionholm claims he is a brother of Baron llohert Oppenbclm of Paris and that he Is the poasessor nf a 7" . , papal title, lie saya he is a defendant of a line of Prench kings I ir. Itogers served as rioted States OOlllllllealOnei" in barge of the Cnited States exhibit at the Paris exposition. had charge of the edu. ationai exhibit ' at the Chicago and St Louis fairs and ti,p Knw York State exhibit at Ihe , Alaska-Yukon-I'acine, KxpOBltlOn. lie was once a Meputy State Superintendent of Kdueatlon. BOSSES' WIVES IN MILL JOBS. fake I'laer. of I r I striker. In T mil 011 I'lant. lliKNTox. .N. J. uoi. "urn toe . 'clock whistle blew at the plant of Ihe :bcx ftubber Company this morning loaen women, wives of ins omosrs, I a....... imem managers and foremen, were : i i ... i.ba th. nlsce of as many atrlklng glrll who hud quit work DS oaua of a strike among the male em- ,.., .., at tin- ulant. It Is not often ...in worker, bs to and from work ... automobiles, but this is what faP oinsd at the l-Xaex plant. After the netter pan o. iwo nal pent In the mill the new employee, said to-night they did not find their duties ardUOUl or dlSafreoaMs, and were iiulte j prsparsd to atlck to their benches until , ,t u.... ,.r t ie sir aers tan ineu SllSd Of they returned to work. ' The mill mananer had little difflculty In tilling the places of most of the male ! I I employees. EDISON'S LIFE THREATENED. a... Francl.cn (lives Inventor Hoalyaaard of Detectives. San rl(AN"isro, Oct. 2.. Anonymous latts hi. atenlng Ihe life Of Thomas A. k-aiur... 1.... U11.W ll.' llHH llH.II llllllll'll US 11 member ..f ihe National Defence Hourd by President Wilson have been received by the Invetilor during his visit here. riteae letters have . ..used the police rhlef in dstail I bodyguard of detective to protot t him. SEEKS ARREST ...... -.,1 f T). . ui : i of lilt !ieKiu)iurn itefoi-e I . ou . mi "' from the recurring insinuations a i accusat.oim that I wan a OaraUMi I Mfe i "Thai Htaitt. nansMmMii hir..i I ihllf rplt " 1'. an I -n L liittarti bSmII ihva '.' w. I all Prisoners rnk mmm "oi mi mm up un :nese men arc R.M J I TH II K 9. MIIU liril II iriirffl j P It will b foun.l am eonnoetlon Max mav nuv "'' ""' any Hernia:-, aggntt th' nature of aubMrtpUong ! for ebgflty nui ioees I'm guilty 0f meg lonnerLlons oo "In (hi. ... If , lo h. MMnarlHUl lllai Fav was denied supiwrt bv both Her- man attaches. Max Uieitung- tlaured la the final staaes of th nad.i deal hot he : did not know I planned the pun has umll nan committed to the project. ... ; i,.... i. .11. i . e. .,.' I. tt.is-.tf WM- too rlkv He ,n,rv c0Md h, dea, for M cum I was .ailed awav and was not able to siv II my I personal attention." i RREITVNG KKFAV DF ACHE "MV "U ... . ,'r""'r" rieaas ay bey nei . Ocean steamer. CHICAOO, Oot. '.'6. Max KreitutiK. who left brg foi New York tins morri- In- ' ... lu-. ... . -f llu ..H.,,1 Herman sises umler an est in New York. I . . .' ..... I acoordlng to a close friend Inund here, j ' " """ 1, "hu K'I,U"1! " ""V" "25 ' 'JTa'h' . I "- acordlng to t: n inform.ml. at the time the Kronpriniessin 'e llle. with I10.S00.004 aboard, turned back ! wh... um.mMehln 111. K:iak .vtaar ,.,.,1 leached Bar Harbor Hreltun-t and I -eache were both alroard. Ie-at.he h-ntl une of the other men, be- llSVOd to bo Mcnolt. called upon ttrei-' lung at th New York office of K. K. Hreitung. according to Breltung's friend. MASSACRE PLOT AT HONGKONG BLOCKED Forty - two Indi.ni From Hi.g. . . . . .. uorw trri'siiMi on r,vr of Attnrk oil Whites, work In Roman Catholl unirles had Whan the Germans blandly srhksper be.-n excluded. He said thai Ihe res... 'Psncg' e may be sure they mean to lut: dopted in May by Hie board "f'1' harder than ever. When they be nt missions was a blunder end added " ! 1 whine and squeal for It it will be Han Psancisco, Oot, St. An uprising that thirty Blshuisi ,,f the ohur. . ire j another matter. Hut thai time is not f India t.'.ops which had for its oh- opposed l taking part lu the emigres. et Ject i.-e massacre - f ail the white pcop'e ..r HnnstkntM as il.ev ...... n,,t of lha three his shlirchss 111 HongUong nine last Sunda.' was I'rustrated week a so by the auth ritles accord Ina t, naHM:i- fan w.-o arHvad here from the orient to-day 01 th Knar Nippon Maru Tho up- -""gewre sexerai montns SgO. tier- inuiis are accused of iimiKa nif ane t ploi The plotters IntOodSd to kill the JOW " ""r ewras " ravnaaon. sai.i a man Wh 0 recently left the colony The only ""' me assigns or the mut.- : noors was not carried out was that ore of them, a clerk in the French Con. I sillate ni i anion, im.l a pensjonei- of the British Government, draped a r. - "rreh;Tv,r:.,','' aiiesieu tv . Hays la tel. taken to Ho: g- , Long and thsr under aUSStlonUar. aave Me names of the forty-one Indiana he intended murdereis were found f" - ' 1 . i I i I sat sal . , . vvwii miiu iii nia uw Kr.n twenty-flva Rngliah aovaralgni. tlta eame amount Which was found on the Slnga- mutineer, and which was Nuppose. to have been supplied by f.erman office re. AsOCOrdlng to the information brought by the Nippon, the money to flname the revolt was furnished hv a Oerman banker so high up In the life of the HotJvfkonf colony, however, that no a.- tempi nau nun mano 10 arrest mm. ONE KILLED IN CHICAGO RIOT. (.Mrioent Worker. I la.h Mhrn I lice Irr 'llhd . loaraaan. CHI0A00, " t Jil Following an sp. peal by striking garmeni workers lo re- i . "e.gn- borhood of JliilNted and Harrison slreeis not took ptsce here lo-nlht Iti wbi.h " " .iue aim .,, iasi two "" - d wuuhubo. une oi ine i wounded men was merely un onlooker j 1S trouble atarted when a group of , non-union garment workers met a body 'Of picket. A woman striker slupped OP. or tne non-union men t,e uf " M ,.. wiTr. orawn - indlrlmlnate -hooting followed. FIXED WAGE FOR SERVANTS. 1 Monlclalr llonsearlves Propose mlmu for Slsndnrill I Montci.air. N. J Oct. M. Work and ' wages for Montclulr household servants are lo lie standardised. It Is proposed ! In ft-ISl 1 1 afkl I Ktn IK ll-.au .ailffllA In Van.-.. aa .T." ...... "J. V central testing station which will be j conducted in cooperation with Ihe Hoard of l-ldui-atlon. i Applicants for positions will be re ' quired to present themselves at this ...okina servina and other household ac- 1 l .tlirMI N II Ml .11111 11 . I1 Ll ihh.s n roinpllahmrnt To those who pass the titling .hem , "mpklymenl a X lE test certificates will he awarded en- ! of g3'i a month where one servant Is employed. II I. asserted lhat efficient help Is available lu Montclair. but be- cause a system has not been maintained many residents hsv. gone out of town for servants. EPISCOPAL BISHOPS QUIT BOARD IN ROW Missions Body II Divided on Letting at hoi it s Attend CongKM. tBI,,,VD,, - wT hanniobepobt not confirmed liisliops Welter, tUrdiHg and WllllaWII. Follow MlS Lfo o( Trinity. Thrts Bishops and two pris.t. of th ProtMUnl Bplscopal Church resign I roaWruay from the Hoard of iMlaatens after Oftg of the gtormtest taaaloill ever iiii by rallgloui organisation in this l.xtreme hi; ei !ieH ha ra tn.efl I the laturthfr dlscvaslon and ! Intanas 'did ih situation boi-omr tbiit itir board nriinen no! to bnld hh evanmi inretma Those Who rMlgMd Wr Bishop R. II. 2S. "f K""1 ''" VjtC' B,"hP ,: foM Mat,,,,,.,... Hu h,,,. Harding w aablngtnn. ibe It. Dr. William T. Manning of Trinil) parisll, .i oik and th (t' Seldon P. Dlany, dean ot A" "it.- atlodral. Milwaukee T1' Question Which precipitated th angry delta ie and Hie resignation v.i IS Oongr tor Christian Work, which I lH to ' 111 Kebruai 1 nial i iMUM I .--H l.- In it.' . i... , til gates from all PrOtOSUM churohSS, and tJtOgg who PMignod from th board and thlr many supporter In the bod) ..f th. .hurch maintain thai foi the IfOMataii! Bplsoopal Church to tah part it on. w'" " "!"" " llgat from the Ito.nan Catholl. and th HlMS OtthodOS Catholic Church mean the ajtonatlon of mail) srdant I'OinmunicantJ -and tne .team oi all h-isv tor on- gr.si church union Marled Mr yan ni iiu. I " yeais ago lii, ISoanl of Me along of t h ProtOStanl BplscopaJ riiurch! imk tm, Sli.l 2? to , ' ! ' M aeae.l porinlSSIOn hiilll 111.' l-.pls.-.ijtai ; nt mil. then sitting III this ike oai t with other Christian 1 ?"a m atTa i.-. as Ine coming ' amu Congress. The convention ie- fused the rtgU t, At til. s.lllle . .,1.- VOntlon the HoiiM- ol' li.shop d.-'.-ated h I"0"'''11 passed b) a large majority m the H iohc of Dologatcs to recognise the federal Council of t'liuroiie. In eplt- 0'.n)n'n ' '' be l...ar.l o JJ , m?,,,",K. Um v'"") J , ilhe 'preesnt aslon. When the board met yesterday morn ing the Kev. Ir. William T. Manning, rector of Trinity, moved that Ihs re SO lutlon of last May be i IndOd lb contended that the ProtMtanl eSplsco pal (Lurch ought p. take in. pan In a congress that excluded Romsn Catholics and Ureah Catholics. He charged thai the character of the Panam mgr... i I 11 u i. ad been ml8reprantd, thai noi a congres , , . . cotlvresN f th.. rli.it- n i.t- tl.i .1 m liilmtturgb. Bco'btnd f a few I o. when the Church of Kngland "a-n'-" years ig. took narl nnlv af t.r rli.lu.at.. ,i Da teat Waaee Wmm "United Proteatantlem in not unUed 'hrtMandom stioiited MtinnliKf, If I UN I t inn is llwnyt . (I I1......I. hv iha Moani (lf UiMitoaai .. .... 1........ 'l'Ut " iUUfcitlon wt.etr we i ill he poor advocates of Christian unity, if disrupt the peace of o.ir own hou,-- fpj r faith our -none abroad will have little weigh: This disapproval comes nf only from the so-callsd High 'hur, h. . r extremes! wing It Is shared by Bishop V.n.ciu of Cincinnati, who ls! certainly not an .xtreme man Bishop saaaitwi "i aaiinesaaiw warns againai ii. I This action is bad politics as well as I bad religion.' l.'rro, 5 ..-..lr.,.1. I., .1,. ..... no in when ' the motion of in Manning became the order, the debate grew warmer an I warinei in., rector ,,r I runty was ha ked by Bishop Welle- of Pond ,lu , Lsc, Bishop Nets,.,, of Atlanta, Bishop Griswol.l of Salina a id n Hel.n,e of Milwaukee On the other sole were I """"'J' " -.- u, Thomas's Chin eh 111.. I!.., I,, i. II. ,.i. . ni...k... .1... 1... vaine of I'lttahurK, the e In Mann of Trinity Church Bo ton, a ml leorae T 11 11 I oil 1 r'iri "I r I I I . , I . 1 , , i , .; , nf . i,.,,i. i . ..f .1,., nha..i, 1 .,,.1 ....ai. i dress, saying tliat nulhing , mild split the church i ncs tinrti tne opposition of "Walt and see Something may split the church." Interrupted him, "Catholic or Prwleslaat f " "Is iiii church Catholic or Protest ant"' cried Bishop Wsller, as ho de nounced the SOtlon of tin- Hoard of Missions. it is both," cams back loudly fro n those who favored taking pail in the Cl.tlgl ess ,... .,.. ....iniiis from Ihe church.- in ihis .1 -.- vias gVldonl from a lettSI rsad by tin- Rsv. 1,1 ' stir, H' '" which metnbei of Ihe b.iai.1 fniiralih- ' ' ' - nai-l in the , 01,rPs were urged tu hold last and not , ,, ,, Manning 111 have ,le May ,.(.w,i, ioll resclndsd, 11 aVgg aisne.l by in- Stiics. the Rev, in Nloh , Rnd the ROV, In Van In- W ni.r of Harlem. Pegn Qrosvsnor of the Cathe dial cf SI. John Ihe Invine, the Ry, Hr. Cummin, of Poughksopsls ami the Rsv.l in. Hiattory, LrocHer, Uuthrle, Park. RobiblnSi Bhlpman, Paters, ftfottet and Orant. During the debute those in fayor of, taking pait in the congrss fnSQS light Of thg assertion of their Opponent that upnn this dsoislon rented the unity of the church. When Ihe vote Was finally taken the board st.Mid II in favor of Ihe congress un.i ... oppos,-., ,,, ,,. , rc. "gn''""8 '"'"Wfu BULGARS ATTACK GREEKS? i ntiTsiBB a .BBS a raw nerrvoi la-ran-... I I lash va un i- roniier i.uiiriia. , . . m iMris' Csl ttafjaslr. Is Ts Sua iOKPON., Oot. Tlie Dally Mnil'n ..... . i eorrespondeni at mil omca. uiegrnpiiing 'under Monday's dale, say: 'llulgui Ian BOmltadJi. I Irregulars) I - alnaUe" 'la... K- pulsed them with logs.' iifMIM. UBBBfOOT KSBM sAlstl.K. Their .ivfiry. amai k I i.ur-llaa. tlnvur lu.t miar r a .vi wt ........ v.i -, .un,. ts-da. ddt'. SPAIN HEARS mmBALKAN DEFEA T PROBABLE, WILL TALKOF PEACE! LANSDOWNE TELLS LORDS; Buelow'K Kin Quoted as Sa.v 'n. Wilson and Alfonso Will Learn Terms. Bonw Despatch Said "Outline of Conditions" May He SulMiiitted. Uowbosj. Oel IS.-A iePoii rea.-i.rd f" "' ,,rln! von litifiow, lormer miperiMi wirnw ChanOailOri VM abort ly to Hibmlt ff "-"' " - - I I t Tf i - .1 I.',., ilfnon nf .... will, h (iemiany might be dlapoaed dlSCUSS peaee terms. The report cuula ItOI SO corroborate. 1 In any quarter. Price nailgailsala. bitither-in-law of Prlno Itnelow. i aiven a authoilly for the report, which was tlrrt published in MMrM m measaa-e from Rome, where PrftMg t'a nporeale roeldej!. Herlin .lenpati li last Hnrvdav sll , fnnre von Huelow was s!l-ht!y in- dlSKMMd snd ronnnod to his IWO in Colograf, Wharf lie stopped off on Ins toumar to Baden nnuen KAISER SEES (1ERARD. DlaBSMggg llersii-merleB Rela- lions With Kiim. lit I'nir-if frM BaauiK, ia Amatsrdam and london i Oct. 2" -The whole er man-American j situation was dlSCUgSeg bv Ambassador .' Oerard and the Ka'.sei to-day Th Ambassador's attitude later indt- catd that the infrrtnc was Vry sat- isf ictory He mailed a full rsport 10 I resident , "!'.on- , . i no sTnauaaaor w--iu Potsdam Hi, Bmperor, lit whs SCCOm I panlad bj Foreign Minister on .isgow , The three spent an hour together FLOUTS PEACE TALK. "Uallr Mall" smrm Thai Most it Merely Veils OllgSS TelrU. ..pfrial raff Vtspairt, to Ts i London, Oct. 2? Th. cmiy afofl, .ommenting on the rumor thnt Prince on lluelow. former ttermRn linjierial Chancellor, is about to submit to Hresi. dent Wilson and King Alfon of Spain un outline of the conditions on which Germany might consider peace, says that it does riot know whether the rumor la true or not and that It d.tean't 'natter. "Neutrals." the newspaper says, 'may li deluded by tiermany's prelendlng'to w sh peace, but the only police the Allies Will Sooopt Will not be dicta-ted by Her man) but Imposed upon her on Herman soil. Anything less than that means de fen' lo-day arid the certainty of another ami greater war in me near iiinii- "I'ntll the All'es hold liermany In their ,1,..,.. i ).,., mu ... ,l..l will, 1 BrclD here is out one way lo 'ifl-ti wun falk about DOatW-tO regard I. as , Get, man trick to more via irons prose, UI on of the war SPURS U. S. PEACE All). a.erntans WOUlda't Tolerale Hele aalri. gay! Nerrspaiper. ItONPON, Oct. . orrevpondont in ii The PalfW l.il Hern .'-.1 g thai the leg .Yin srtcift 1 referring to Prince von Buslow's reported poses mis- sion, dc-lares; -'T' e Central Powers would not .on- ssnl to a general European conference. .,-.i in an case will refii'e to permit ih. Breaanea of American delegates In I Gerin.-uy The paper SBSgftS thUI Germany la I lands t ske separate peace treaties ...i.,. . u IuIUhmm, ...a ,i.. .i.- ai- I cuaaons would take placa in dlfferenl ,., nircs. Prince von BUSloW is expected .,, remsln In Bwltgsrland for four WekS. .... SCIENLL All) lUMLKDLK. V Plore. the I. e of II. la,. iiue.l. lu a Harbaroo. War llojin. 1 let. 1'S The A i lilinilslll'S liH llllrl IfW mi f ilir in .11 i,iin Mia. Pi.tilltY ua lunlnrlnrr tlia ' ,h (..rhuriiioa in ;. -r wherein ilae conquests of solsncg are. placed al the service of murder short time, perhaps of hours. This Juno. The Pops said that his pleas for peace lion Is designed by tile invaders tu have I having been unheard be would continue the dual object of closing ihe "iron rug"1 to devote himself to charitable work for, and of exerting strong pressuii Upon Ih benefit of Ihe wounded He ex- Rumania, near whose border these ar-i prSSSSd confidence that the natlona at! mlos aii- operating. war would one day understand that It i if th Teuton armle, that advancing' wu their duty to end the carnage. I n t ,.,.,itr.-. on both sides of (h - Morava, has made Important headway, ' iie..rt la.irl. .,ri, II a ii k r ii ii i 'aivordina to rtcilln and Vienna Tim 1 ' p Austro-iiernians luive nracln-d Markovas. , ggeolsi Ca6ie Defgoic. to Ta. gtm slatsen miles due north nf KracuJevao, AMSTBSPAbI, via London, Int. i'.. I lie irtrttntj 6BII. atienaiun 111 a cm- ,:,- appealing in the Dutch to ub- acrlhs I0 the third Austrian war loan, -n,0 ,iaopla are Invited to pay It4 for ik. -. i ...... i..,,,,. nil., t. . war the lsue price was (ill, with 4 ,.,. , .., The paper suggest an ap. oroaohlna slate of bgnkruolcy. TTiTTU P4VT.T.T. UAinr. PI.tNIItn Ileiniirl.l sera lee for Main Nurse o He a National .ITalr. .fatrisi Cubit Sssgafes to Thk i LONPONi Oct. 27. Tho Hu.j .Ifinor, Sfhlah is ruiiulug one of the Kdlib CgV.II memorial subscriptions, has re- rPved a telegram from the mother of the nurse opposing the plan to erect a taiue n Mis Cavell und favoring a proposal lo esiaoiisn an NUItg USVSU home lu conniHtion with the Isindon Hospital. The memorial service for Miss Cavell at St. rants, wnicn nas neen postponed l,..it in iu i ......... I until Krldav. ha. developed Into UOnai ..eno.is.r...... . mu.r w iw ror laaan. - .. .. Oathsdral officiate and there will ,. ,. Dhoral service, the Ufa liuards bund aiisimpanylna the organ ... . ..... . ' xii'S Heorgr will ne representee 1 Dy Premier Asqulth. Some of the other members of the Cabinet, diplomats, the Lord ' . ..''h ' .'h.'rrtc. 0'h"' offlc' - THK. Al'l.l'NTA KlKt'IAI.. Alksn "id August, via SOUTIIKn; I UAII.WAY llodei n train.. feaDrrlor enuln. i ti.pni. uar, -. , ,-,... .v. i-, In. V. Offlca, III riftn .va. Aii SERBS SERBIA'S PREMIER BEGS ENGLAND TO RUSH AID ."pmal t tiblf Ortfialrl, M Tan Six UoMgON, Oct. IS. M. t'Hchltch, the Serbian ITemler. haa telegraphed Dr Watson, secretary of th Serbian Itelief fommltlee In london. as follows 'Serbia is makliiR SUpWI htimen effotts to defend her exiatence lt response 10 the advice and desires of her Kieal allies. Pof this she M condemned to death by the Austro-Oei mans and llulgarians. "I'or twenty days our common BgBlgg hao tried to annihilate us. In spite of the heroism of o.ir soldiers o.ir reslstnn. e cannot be expected to be maintained Indefinitely "We be the many friends of Serbia In Knsland to do everythlna they can lo Insure your troops rMChing us as soon as possible to help our army, thai we defend tOgthr the common cause DOW gg gravely menaced , Serbs Retake Kuprili; Bulgars Near Teutons j Invading Armies Now Only About Twenty Miles Apart Prizrend Reported Captured British Advance to Aid French Forces in Serbia. (lawtsl r6 !Mg'eA f TgS i IXIKDON, Oct. -7 i Wednesday 1 A . . ... . ... u.s,, lr, A.s ,., ie .-.e,- " asupnu !- mmm ' furious nghtit'g T il- town is twenty- .iK ,t tnllca southeast of I skub Nlah-Ralontca railroad " m""" rrwn eumna, oui witn- out conflrmation, that the Bulgarians nave captured Piiasnd, thlrty-sevsn mlSM northwest of UskUb, This would mean that the Bulgarians have cut oft the entire southern part of Serbia. The situation in Serbia Is summarized by the morning papora thus: AttStrO-Gsrman and Bulgarians are within from twenty to thirty miles of each other -,n II Seib -i-llumaman fron- i tier The AUStro-Oormani are advancing soutnwest and southeast of Belgrade ! along a hundred mile fiont from twenty Ave to forty uule south of the Panube. The Austrian advance f ont Ylshegrad continues. it la remarked lhat the operations 09, dontly aim ar surround ng and destroy !t:g th Serbian anny and joining the A ustro-German and llitlgarlaji armle In Ihe north. iasi. Th.- Iiulgate, sines oc cupying MsVOnn an. I lh-.ih.o-. ate march ing northward aist if they Join the Ger mans who hav.- crossed the Danube at " tratO.S t M 1 in.lKe wisitle ine irilTT- '" f munition, to Turkey acruo. S ituation on th Delgradolsh- OrsoVS t III make possible the tran Bakmica nsUroad -m .is foi low The Germans romnaxnd the tlrst flftv mils nf the roud south "f ltlgrad, th Serbs tin- next I'.-i miles, the liulnais tiie next loo and th" Proneh the last fifty, their imri .to exttvding no th Greek frontler The rumor that ti e Bulgarians have . sptured Prisrend is discredited by the morning papers a not nemg elalmod in the enemy announcementa, It also is ..-marked that it would necessitate the Bulgars crossing t' miles of moun tainous .-ountry to tw. days. I he coni- mt-ntntnrs recognize thai if th aptur of I'rlxrend true tin- situation is ex- tremsly psrllous for th Herbs, aa show ling that Ihslr northern and SOU them forces have been severed I ,,.,,m.m , ' U UU. ItLt. luasder.' riul.s Kaw Only ahoui '-' Mile m i t. ' ' ilMp tttp0tCk to Tin: Il K IdOKDON. th'i. S4. Tile pi inc'pal tUC cesn achieved by the Lnvaden uf Harbta dnrina the last twenty-four iioi rs Ui the capture by the Bulgarian extreme rttfht .f tin- tit' nf Neajottn und f the town of I'mhov". on the Danube, Thia ptacea them in lite immediate vicinity of the i hft adng of tin Auatro-Oerman chain of adxaiKin- HtijiiiHt: Irom I irSUVH. l.l-.....v ..t.uasuiaHa 1. la . . ..... L .? kan allies is a matter of a comparatively .situated on the Orient railway. Tins aiivau-e r presi-ms a sain "i Biaaran miles In tan day- since I hey oo j Palanks ......,. v...i .......................... it, ihe race of this unabated progrsss I' ihe b y.i,..i. , :i all sides for III Itula.iiian eantre. in the Timol; vallei I also made further lo-.i,lw-.iv the eves of the Kmenie I'owei are directed with ranewad bone m Hie mo nointa In ihe SOUthWeSt .f Ine hard pressed little kingdom: Krivolak. on the galoiiloa I N'isb railway, ami Robova, slghl mitaa BOUth "f Htrumltaa. Al both place thai Pratvch troops, after defeating the Hul- garians in iholr first onrush, have flrmty satabltahod themselves, hul their Hal kan adversaries haw now turned at tuckers and i ecnforceinent are s-rely needed Realising ibta need, tlroai Britain das. natohad to . lav OHO brigade from Halon ,ru t0 Dorian iforly miles northwest I of Sallii.ic.il. These ltrttla.il troons the h... ... n. .,.t i.t.. ,...n..., c n. u.i : ... , . Kan. are now on their way to relieve men rie.o-ii nines aoo i n.-ii o, on.o-i - i take in conjunct inn with them a Strong .a. vacs upon t i iiuui.n despatch from Constantinople to ,i. a- i- , . . ..,.. : October Si, says that ..s.iiiiii men, . Krench and Itrltish. iind lim guns have been landed at Saloiiica. Of thSS 11,000 were Kngllsh. Some 20,000 were des- I Pa.C.s, .0 Serbia, 12,000 by train, the remainder un fool. There is such scarcity of trucks thai if th.- aiiic really I send Hill, (Km men to Serbia, four w. eks I will be required lo transporl them The - u a. i... ...... i been iniapa.-ilai.il on the march, and RECAPTURE KUPRILI NO have been set, i bai k I pital .it Salonl. a. rhe.- Ai.glo-t'tec.rh troi.i lio- etra (o proc,ei, nt onc, ,,, PMnforc,! ,ne Kren.-h at K-lvoUk. With IAS view to regaining control o: the BMOnica VIl i r.r i . In It lit if ., ria n h.to.l- between KlUplll and Vranja. Th Bulgarian nar Hmce issued the following statement tOOSy relative to the operations on October 2 a (Monday) : Our troops have caj. lured Negotln and Prahnvo. on the lianuhe. The booty, so far now known, is one com missariat storehouse, twenty railway j carriages and war material. We cap tured also one officer, 270 men and found on the battlefield the bodies of .mo Serbs PrinCS I'yrlll and the commander I of the army wre solemnly received l'"hub. The omciai liermnn report on tne ! Balkan operations foilows : Kaat of the Visegrad line of heights. Suhagorapanos has has been reached. An attack made by the annies of j en. von Koeveaat and Gen. von Hall wlt Is fsvorsbly progressinc South of PS lank the northern slopes of the Ita.-ii Valley are in our pogSOSSlon. while furlhei east Maikovatslt. Laopfl f and Kutahevo have been taken by us. Muring the last thre days PSS Ser bians Imve'been made prisoners There are tin flesh report- to band regarding the army of Gcti. Hoja.ljeff i Bulgarian ). reiuh Heporl ('heck lo Rslgflrt. The Pre nob War Office issued the f.-i- lowing statement to-day regarding oper- itlons 111 Serbia ; urnig the day of October 22 BuU cariaii force; forces in th attacked the Prench region 81 rumltati . alOfll the entire front Tliey were coippletel) reputeeda The information Recording to which Prench forcei hava i heen repulsed on the HSht hank of ; the Vnniur Hive:- i erroneoua. The Auatrlan alatement foltowa . Austro-ltuMKai.au cavalry have en tered Valjevo The army of Cln, Koevese ih approaching the town of Arangjol0Vac, In the faiv Of hea Hahtlng. The troopi of thia army ft re advancing on both etd h of the Koiu hara Mirer, attacking the halahti ottth and eoutti vet f I a m ravac, oilier AuatfoHungauHan troopi have i ei'uUe.l t he Serh.Hiis near RatOTt ten kilometer! .out h weal of ValanUa. tier man forcei jionned poalttona youth of .Palanka. which were bit , terlv defended, and captured Pet ro vac, 1 I n the Miawn Valley Auet ro Hun garian ftnd Qennan tniop! oroaead the liver nei r ' irsova and ndvaiu'eil into the mountain! e;.M of the river at the Harrow Of KHura The enemy fled, I leaving behind them rlflea and atw i munlttoti. Tin- Bulgarlana dui "c the laat faw day I have iTi.,iseil the Timok at nev eral poUite between the eoutve and tl mouth Their attack! on the heights of th left bank f tin- rivor ; acalnai Zalecar. Kmtiddevac and a : p rot I 1 S' sing T!u" defence of Bulgaria'. Black sea coast has been entrusted to (iermany. according to a despatch to liie Rgohgngg Tlgltaalh Company, Which asserls that' f' ierman soldiers from Constant I I nopb' are replacing the Bulgarians ati points on the Black Sea littoral Simultaneously, it Is reported from Athens, in confirmation of previous desl pat. lies, that Turkey, too, ha sent troop ' to aid HuUarla ..gainst the naval at- tacks from the Russian Bsat, i.enun laat wick. The Turkish troops are bglng coil. nitrate, i i nielly at arna and Rurga, the two principal Bulgarian out :.i- to ihe Black Sea. These Turtto- Herman truona are ballsvsd to be com - nosed of seasoned veterans of t he I tarda n"""!J;.mp,,-1, , "''lv "USSlS are reported in ."mom. i.u uespaicnea in os preparing to " ro.l.B to Serbia's aid. A ReUter despatch from Mnlin say more Italian CISSSSS are Using SU lonsd to the colors I" make this possible. Willi t lie- Prlil Poritimi of Paris learns thai itussiu ia shortly to despatch smmg forest to the "ear Knst. SAYS GREECE CAS T ACT. i gs. ulllon lie, -lares king I. Round , ... r4"1"'' ' " .sn-. ..il ' able fJatgSfr. fn THr. Si IX l.osnox, Oct. :,- Hr. K. .1. Ulllon n .1 ,i. .,.... '. - " . ' e . .'"' " B ISM natrti minted this me,,.. im.i k.. , . -,,ILsta lit lie of 1 reece boir.l lie a I aolemil pro.ni.e to the Kaisnr to maln- fcoletnn promise to tlie Kaist.r to i lath neutrality toward QerovUW audi all of tlornaavny's allien in return for la.mpcntiutloiiH guaranteed by the Kai- gar s word. "King Oonatantlng," Dr, Dillon oon. i tinues, "previously hud resolutely re j T,,e cmpa-VisaUons;" imllsed by fused to Join the Teuton side in the w.u tlie i. ....... . .i..i . ... o...... ami the nvulntcmnc. of Bulgarian smlly duri.g and after the war, Bulgnr i! reek gouounlg and territorial bounds m t oaliauad gg fggggsj '...... MarqmVs Frank statement, of Difficulties Startles the Upper House. BRITAIN PLANNING TO SEND BIG ARMY Present Force 1.1.000 Rest Depends on Gen. Monro. Now at (iallipoli. SERBIA BEGS HELP, BIDS ALLIES HASTEN English Peen Want Cabi net Red need Kitchener Much Criticised. LONDON. Oct. I The British foira larded ataSaliiiiiiii- numbers only 1S,SM troops all that could lie collected at tha time BafMa called for aid. The landing Wag suggested by ex-Tremler Venlsolo. M (naMlng arsoc ta futni her treaiv obligations to Hernia. Serbia cannot I old onl much lonjer. These w. re the statemonts that startled the House of l.orus U-Ogg. 1 ney ..ime from the lips of the Margin of LgjiiaojOwna. TlK' lovem mant'l sporxeamau tn t ha upper house of f 'ni liument added that strong rcerifop ementH are now under orders ami their traJ-eportu have, been arranged. What lhe?e. additional force's will do, he asserttil, dependfl upon tha judgment of Gait, Monro, -the new Brl' lah OOnUtiandar in caiaf, tlen. Monro reached QalllpOll I 'ominnuln to-day an4 is xjiected to report at once. Lord Demnnd Raglaaatlu. The Marquie of Lanadowne's atate menta were made in reaporate to uue.--noiia from mernbera of the Houee. Theie Vai no tttgact 1 1 UK Ism, but quest iotir upon quaatlong were hutrlad at the ttov arnntent'i representative for information OtJ the ital iMuea of the pieojnt hltuis t ion. For tlie Aral time ,oine nieirthi o mantled openly that the .'ubinet'a size he ? ducay. When I-eonl Lorabum hul flnaahed a lenathy queatton tha chlaf potnl of whim was whellier the nav-.l and military a-d-iwr had heen orir-ul'ed in the derii-uon to eeml a force t S.tlonn a, antl whether thay had approved of it a afe and ade iu.ite. lie root Ivad In answT a oompre hetiaive outline of ttie campaign up to date. When t he demand for a CV. l-.net change became loo Inatatant. laord Cur n announe.-d that 1'rem.er .Hquitii wae already conalderlng the adviHahiuty of cutting tlowij the number of Cabinet membarp, Tlw I 'i e-n.er ta epe-t'd o make his promt aed atatetnent 'n the hui Je"t to-nioirow. I fnprepa radnaaa and imlerlslon were enlletl the grcateal Manners of Kugland at present by Karl l.oiehurn. who railed the Pardanellea campataTn a "disatipoim- ment" and wanted assurance that the Ka Ion lea expedition would not take the same COU1 se. In reply Lord I.ansdowne referred to "amateur ft rateerieta" whose plans, be sa hi. must not he imposed upon profes sional advlaera of the x,overninent Ha said the time was too grave to allow a free dlacuaalon and frank answ ers :s the quaatloni asked. Daalaa Ita pfcaaa r.i Paltry, LaOrd LanadOWlie assured Karl Lot e burn thai all stfM taken hv tlie pre- ent tiovarnmani may he deluded uinm as haVHtg been decided not hy arn,i teurs hut by men who knew e ei v piiase and detail of the proje in at hand Tie pointed to the pregeitca of Ka 1 1 Kitchener at t very Cabinet meet Ing gg peing auincient aauraioa tnai notnirg ! had been decided upon In s haphssatd .fashion. j isim uai.iaHivwnfj eiipjinasiien, now - ever, mat even though the naval and military adviser were fully beard In 'he councils ihe QoVONimenl itself must bear the ultimate rOSponsiblllty for all steps He continued: "I must say. with great regret. I am afraid we must admit that the progrsas f ,,lr campaign In northern Serb.,. ha heen such as to render ii Inglily m,. possible lh.it the Serbian army will ha hle to withstand for any gre.ni length f time the attacks to which It is exposed from UIS AllStro-Uermatl forces on Hie 1 "' anno o .ne stao in me mi. , I which Serbia is rooaiving si the hands Bulgaria 1 "' oannol enter Into the apprehension ' which possess Karl Uorebum I can quite UndSfStaild, having before 1- n our oommittnem In tin- westsrn ihsatrs of ihs war. th. position in which ws Hnd uurselves on the Uallipoll pen In aula and our interests in Hgypt and the other possessions of the euipir- . Which should be borne in mind, it profoundly distasteful in him lhat tha matter should be oompiioatag by our entering Into new entanglements In th new sphere ..f tin- war," Hrllaln'. I ffnrt. HguVi Karl laoreburn interrupted a Hi "I didn't say thai VN'h.lt I asked was ,f you had naval and unlit. opinion lo Justify you .-i your decision ' Lord Lgnsdou'ii rsplisiti "i uuna UlKlerstaiid thai Karl istrelmrn aluuiM dislike Ihe Ida i if tt'h il migni "- scniied as mis runner ruon on iiue p.irt at .i lime when e are making - many effoil In different iarls .'f t.-i. w-nrl.l i... 1 1 . ir.niioi.il. . u-i,..,. force been o ..t... ." I ..,,, , , recall I is no.lt Inn in i i month "f Sepieniber The Central Power had in ide no progress In Ihe wgstl S theatre for lomr tune Ihey, in.l. had b. rdii ,-, f,ri v Ma ke.l .1- I iDlsn.n i "i ",-''.... - " "!"r ",V '' '""' "V ' '" '"ST al llrsl. had rocslvsd serious ; Th. Italian, were preaslng - f SlVO, Iind '" Hie IllltlOl th, Mires III I ia i Vgl - MMjupolaUllU. fOI cxunp. -nu'