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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER , Wlo.
PLOTTERS INDICTED; EVIDENCE WITHHELD P7 Md Fire CoapMloai Wtll ! picmi in r. s. coirl To-ilav. OJtAXD .11 RV s 111.1. m sV Tii I ' ! ll 1 l-and Turv which hat reen inftatlgatitia thf actions of certain 1 1 ft-. i Qtrman agents a uvi ( sash. ii to Mm x WNh mrryuig grant t.ona 10 tile snowed its hand lo a .mild extent v.ef may by rlUHllag fan .tidlctmciH a,j.tut six men on will,.;, In lio event of conviction, a total fll of UO.OOO Mid a puiiishti.iiit of laeivo cars In tha Mml p.n.toiului) upon each off, tel. r ctJIlM be Itnfsngtd Am woMna al thi indictment did disclose nm 1. Of llM St which UM praaecntor -. i nnd ra tgetedlngl bure of .h (ail The tn Hal in tliai every phase of Uv alien... ' unattlra. i ihtM an (fated ajr d lanes' ;. -i. The UMietnient !...- two . oum.-. une Mdnpoll vewcll belonging to anot'.wr in vlolat.it. 0 ' Hon II Md III of Iht CnitKl SMI'ns t'riniliial I'iale.' TnSe Is ma raj y tha oontpttaay taction uni thai ininlsiiiii. i t ,wo years 111 prison. Ilt,f OfJ tinr, or bosli. The second count mtn utnt lbs dcftndagta -.vnapirtitg w .ttla. U M tile hlgn seas fggaail with the aim of dtstio., irs tholr CafgOtt and thus injuring iht men who undarwrott iiw in tvranct on the cargoes. That ta undc taction -"" and tie. punlahmant is 110, OOt lint and ten ) ran in pi '1000. Hreltiiua In 1. 1st. ad'ctiii.-ni was rttvmad again the fulloa inti man i ltobcrt Ifay, who sa he was a Lieu tenant In tat tn rman urn an I won the I Iron Croat ; boad and fmnl of the eon eplracy, ..Ing tha Invent . r of the mine thai araa to b tlt-d to the rudder poet of tio thlpa, Waiter buholti Oannao oltlaan, hroiher-ln-U of l"ay, chief ttalttwnt to Fay in the OOTtt tTQOtl on of the nunee and the dvvelopnisnt of high explosives Paul Daooho, alias Paul Daacba, a Hat nit 11 . w. at to Bridge port. Conn., to gat if bt could buy high ogploalvtt and is ntlltvtd to bavt carried high uplosne- knglebtrt Bronkhortt. mining engi neer. Qoraian, gtoba tratter, alio bus mined .11 a!nio.-t every country in the 'vorld : accused "f having procured dyna mite 11 BUtltT, N. J. for Kay. Max Brtltnngi naphew ol Edward N. rtr itiirtrf iccused of buying baalc mat-rials for hi?r rxplotlTta, lr. Herbert Klemto, relative of blgl Carman offlciala, wed ot helping to procure egploalvet for Kay and arorklng . "H,i ii. in. Tin six men are accused in tne Indict, men. of havlnp conspired from Aturuat 1 Until OutObtr It last. T:ie tlrst cunt of the Indlctmcnl iccuaei than of con spiring "tnalluloualy to t upon vea mjU. lo' aurprlaa and open force, with Intent to despoil the owners of the shells and oilier munitions of war. 1 The Indictment tells of llw metal mine which th- six ium an accused of havti g devised, which s i- to t- "e., nipped e. t: prlnga, oolbli ugl and various other mtChnnlltni" aid to bt loaded II. "dynamite, trinitrate of toluol ami other axploalvei lUippeu Willi cam us,' j and other me. hantaui Hates of lleae, I Plot UlVta. The IndlCtlUtnt aays that on August -n Ma.x Brtttung requested Paul Melba, or Karl P. Oppegaard, to procure a quan tity of potassium chlorate, that on Octo ber la Klenle Introduced Sclba to Ka that on Octolie, II Uaeclie went to Bridgeport. Conn. . thai ou October it l ay paid $10 10 Belhtl that on October Kay m.t Klennle at tne Kquitable Building, .ml that on September 10 Icaola received from Powers-Welght-umBooangartan Company a certain amount ol pataatlum chlorata The Indictment Wat handed to Judge Howe In tn. Cl inlnal Branch of the Keo tral Dlltrlct Court. The tig men will bs arraigned befort Judge Howe at 10:10 tills morning and the question of bail the amount in each case Is 125, OuO at present will be reargued. It was learne.) yesterday that the CSrand Jury lias n-t Bnl'hed Its Invest) gallon of the pro -German activities or gone oompitt. ly mto the ramifications of tic mysterious actlvlUft of Pay, iscisiir and otlit.s Thus have yet to Inquire into tne reaaojtil fm Tay'a proposed trip to Ma ' . and foi hit. plan to make a trip to Chi. ago. where Braltung was at t'eo f the arre-.-t of 1'ay and Schola There are innumerable .en, - Hons in the care. Fay's meetings with scores of different persons, the source of , his money lUppllt a ai.d other thlngl to , be Investigated. It Wat said yesterday that both Kay and tktot Is have received tlirsatenitig let- ttrs in the TOmbt from pro-Germane i who a.ive touutad them of talking too freely of their activities and telling them that they snouel have kept then- moutht closed, speaking t'i no one, us Bronk burst has done Held for Tiro 1 belt a. G. Vtrdayok, Silas George Van Horn, Who Wtg aiTcsied in West New York. N. J.. la&t week, a.cjsed of aUtainobile tlr thefts and has been indicted in th.M coun y tor grind larceny and receiving stolen goods in connection with the theft of su--i.r from gi Ipi obartarad by the Allio.-, was held yesterday in t.'.Ouo ball for the Grand Jury by Justice of the Peace Bggers In West New York, He was sent back to t . Hudson count) Jail and It It expected thai '.he. Orand Jury i Will tal.. th.- Hi, thefts up ti.is week. The one difficulty Is tracii t ie owner-I tblp of th. ti.".- wnicli were otnllsaatsd by th. p.. . when Van Horn waa in - rested u sat utoagsary to t.,ke tht numbers of tin- tin, atnd the n to lie factory 1 th.n trace the shipment by Cars and if'1 the nil mgg of the Vessels to which they won consigned llv tin- means it is hoped to show Whether I be taena were committeci in mew j. m. ; o. In New York. When th. hearing la gan Ixiuis Kplegel nttornei foi Van Horn, announced that his client w.,s W'lll'ng to conic lo New York and Stand tr.nl on the Indictment returned againtt him here, join, Drewsn, assistant pnoaecutor Of Hudaoii county, said ... bad received orders not to p r mi tha prisoner to go to New York. Accordm : Van Horn was held in 13.1100 though in- counsel offered to pir up II. ' cat h bail. Chief CloasO) of Ult Hudson county boulevard police aid last nbftlt that twgpty-foui porsont wtrc Involved in the tote ot liiitouiohil. tires and at least twelve in tne thefts .,r magnetos i i lie. Miij ht knew of magneto tberts smouniing to It. mOO and of carloads of tl rat t -l nj-r itoUn. ZDLS0N BACK FROM FAIR. tlunufi In, a WotfU I m m I it I I Attvr llrlnrn I'rom CMMIi W MT OnAKO.i N. .1., Nov. S ---Tiiini:t A BdiMn rftuini to till Itoborfttory tn M'ottt (jranpt: tn-day. following a vaca tion nf thmt . during which he anl Mr- K II an n i. Iti Mi Panama-pHoirt.- KvpOt iTion. Th tnvcfitor nomrtl ry mut.'h Itn -proved by hU OU-tftttM ami u-l onrc pU1f4 into a matW of work wnlob ii oi acouintt" irtim durtnv his ut-mc HOUSE LEADER K ITCH IN TO FIGHT BIG NAVY PL A N Pfrwldtnt Fails to Win Him Over in Conference, Though Cordial Relations Still Exist North Car olina Will Also Oppose Shipping Bill. WAaHIMOfMd Nov. g - -HrvretriitJ- I lift CUOdt) Kit, bin of North Carolina, iht DtnterMlf reader of the House, wtii oppose ITMatlll Wilsons plan for IB" I crMMM to the Bnfjr, TlH I'resldent had i s conftmwt mith Kit.hm Ht th white lion to. day, btit failed to win him t for Mr. Kitrhln told the President that 1)4 would be constrained to vote acalnet tne naff progranime whu-li the Adniin latratlan had formulated, and later mada it known that ho would fel ailed UIHin. In Juttlce to hlmeelf, 'o I explain bis views on the naval bill Iff I 11 Itweoh on the floor of the HotMt, The Administration hopes that Mr. Kltchln win contra hi. oppaaltlon on I t',c i,jal bl'l alon hi to this, how-I v r, the majority leader b in sivun no 1 taourancaa, The understanding i,eie to ; was that the mivy bill was the. rntttor M r tlftjj -er'ous 0011 l deration at the WhHt Hou.-e confer s a re.-uli. tiiinu persona w.rs In- Cllnsd 10 aigu. that til.' Prtaldtnt w.ia 1110, ,. concerned over pushing the navy tro-rammo than he Wat that of th' army, hut thre Is no authority for any fueh -tatemen'.. Cordial I eellna Kslsla. Tbt OOnftTsnot wiia marked by OOFdlaJ feeling between tht l'ret'idtnt and tr. Kltchln, Tht Datnoeratlc Itader said after lie left tins Whttt llouso that his opposition to Hie navy programme would bt mado as an Itidlvldusl member of .'ongTeas an.l tiot tht majorita loader. Ills opposition ill be expriused without any bitterness snd will have nothing or tin character of a general break with the A d tn tnlatratlan. There la pood reason t btUtfa tttat Mr, Kltchln Will probably he found also opposing the Administration shipping bill If It should provide fur tJox eminent ownership of 1 permanent character. Mr. Kltchln voted against the Shipping b.'.l In the last Congress. lie w.ll oppose It again at tne forth coming tati ' in unless the life of Iht proposed law Is limited an.l (io. eminent slnj.s are u.-sd only for business between p,rts that Bavt no adenuatu steamalnp connections Mr Kltchln'a friends he ld. - thai iii- oppoaltlon to the ship bin Is tnoie earnest even than his objection to the naval programme: With Mr. Kltchln against the shipping bill, aided by other DtHMcrala, it la doubtful wh ether tie Administration ll.l be able to VUl It HirUlK l'e jiouaa tinea th.. Republican! win prot.- Minv lie HolHis, ii.,.i'iiii,"uni a.wi laaiMUBumi flicials seemed well ph ased over the result, of lO-dSy I con ference with Mr. Kltchln In regard to national defence. The relations between Iht President and Mr. Kltchln, it Is said, h.ve Improved by the frank Interchange of views at the While House. Ills .'derahlp sate. 1'tn re were aut tioiitat l ... denials of re in, rt.- iimt tbt Admlnltrsatlon might un dertake lo defeat Mr. Kltohln for the majority leadership on account of hit opposition to the navy vrograinine. li ,l;U(.,, tlull ,)ie j-raatcl.-nt and bis friends have not considers.! euch a step and that they do not believe Mr. Kit- BRIBE AT AERO PLANT 1 CHARGED TO AVIATOR; WariTii Eaton, Once i Hi'acht'y's Aid, Aeeused of Tryinc; to Boy Secret!, N'rw But NSWIfK, N. J.. Nov. S. War ren S. li.b.n. a licensed gftator and once mcb.inlclan for Ulnculn Beachtfi wna arrested last night at the Sloans aero plane factory in Middlesex borough. A n an giving hi" name as Latopold Blank ll.liurg. a die maker In the plant, was kxked up here with him. The chargrs sr. Conspiracy There Is an additional e barge o' larceny against Eaton. John K. hloar.n was vL-ltmg Thomas A Bdlaon, his father-in-iaw. last tugni , n.ri, e II Dav. chief engineer st lh( puipt, telephoned Mm that liaton Uad uttvrd a bribe to gel soma of the geerett of machines being made. Mr sioaue left West Orange at once with Jamet H. d'Hagan and had Katon and Blankei.burg aircsled as they lett ine plant Tb.. tiriaoners w. r.i taken before Jus tle. of the PeUCl Moore at fioutli Plain ii, .,i Mr. SI0..1 , churged conatilra-y. explaining that Baton bad been In the i vicinity o. ina Pians lor savoiai uaH and bad approached un employee of the company numed Hooper w-ith an offer of money, liaton, be said. Induced Hlink enburg, ('; maker In the plant, to con dUCt him through th.' slmpe, and also of fertd Mi Day ' J"b with the Wright Compani witli more wages than ht Wag getting from the sioan- company If Mr Ua would furnish him with certain blu. prints. r.ooii and Blankanbura wers sent to the Jltlj ln j,.w Brunswick at they could nol turuish bull. M tllr ofti, es of the Wright Company t g Nassnu -net. Manhattan, It was eald yealerda) tlutt Warren H. Baton waa llo ay connected with timt company amj ,la, explanation of til' conduct oould be given. Ho bad recently applied Ine office for h Job, It was tain, and ..,s ,n;1f aB ht was nn experienced aviator, a position would probably be .irranire.l ror inn nv so u, as tne com piny waa fully reorgumxed. It waa find al the Aero Club of Amer- i- i tint Baton was a licensed pilot ofl tiie club. BRISBANE SOUGHT LICENSE. w. c, i'. t Attack loll.ms Wllh- drsvval of tppllcntlon Man.vsui an. N. .1 . Nov. K. Arthur Hi ...,,.ii,e editor of tin New York trots alas Josraol, applied on Oetobar & to .Indue Itullf v Laiwreaoa for a llauar llcenae to run in Al itlic Inn, Hi tavern of the ooloiiy which Mr, Brisbane largely 11.. ..... ..... I lo nab. tha spplioatl colonists bccuuin muni 1,1 -Mlaire an' Uermtii toymakori who I wri. not qtllttf hatppy iHiuul thjn hfjr. 'r rnthMf t lit y wan'tMi t i ha not to get th. i bear in the home village Much I oppoaltlon develop .! and Mr, Drlabant i withdrew tin application, , Howev er, the I ' T I '. of tills tow ii w ash I nt '" hp slltnl even after Mr Brisbane gave up the project. There appealed 111 liie Asblll". I'ark I'rfHH to-day an advertisement whloh wns signed only with the Initials nf the YV. C. , t i' which pm iii" qitaationi " In-te is tiie cotisistency of tne anil whiskey edbmialh in tiie New York .ourS'il and the nppllcstlon for a Inpioi 111. . use for Editor Brisbane's little colony uu la ttUatt propcrtj at -YllulreT" chin's Independent attitudu on the navy ''HI Will StrlOOSlJ linisilr his usefulness ,,7 JJJJ Houti. w " IM .. 1 i . . MMM SI. ...,l... .. Mr. Kitehln ni.ide no secret of th, fact that h.. expects to be In n irltiorltv Z25LESZJ22 -.a L. to which public aeiillinviit Is behind Iht furnished them witti files American ' "aid th'it lh Preside nt'e national de natlonal dofenc:e programme and the ,s.-,p,. -. , .md that then nan a com- fence programme challenged the spirit of Vreelclcnt-. eucceee lr. II, ,ing up all tn- mTnMlM maaaue hetmnKe: wil' b. aufllclcnt to Insure th' li mieaage. ! n HIOOttraKlng aspect of the PTttl' det.f. conference wit I, Mr Kllchln art..' t in .01,.' unit .t tutlf . t irt.i ir!v..n (li-it l,a Nr,n Carolinian Is by no ..-cans ready tn Itht Hp Ilia flryan propaganda tgalntl national dtfenca Infolflng asperslona altu.t the ITealdenfs advisers as hav- Ing gona ortr to the "war trafflcktra and th.. armor plite trust " Kllrhln and llran. Th-' relations between Mr. Kltchln and Mr. Bryan havt tint batn close for sev eral yaafl and no .v!deti',e Is ssen In the nreserit situation th it tha national de fence tight will bring them int.. etootf alliance. Mr. Kltchln elded with his frltnd Mr UndtTWOOd in the bitter tight t.ial by Mr. Hryan against Mr. L'nder- WOdd 111 the wool schedule tfOfal years ago. The President would welcome the sup port of Mr Kltchln for tht army pro gramme wltli intense gratlfi. al;un be cause or the Met that the KtpUDUeani n,,r,, i men 'toned. threaten to i.opose It Intimation- bavt it, view of Germain's whotoaatt da reached Washington recently that tba i nlall it s not OSpOOtOil thai there will ttopuhlloant trill flght tht Garrison army bs any further reprtttntttlont by the meiisiires snd offer In their Held a s- I'nltMl sttca in this nutter unless n ties of hill- embodying more closely the Ideas of the Army War Colltgt omitting the continental army feature and pr- tiding for greater Incrtttai In the rtgtH lar army and tht strengthening ot Iht National Guard. PRESIDENT MAY SHIFT. It . p. ee 11 1 1 1 r fchertsooff So I'rr diets Itrssrdlna PofOMOt I'lan. ToLg00, Ohio, Nov. "My Idea la that '.f popu.ar opinion shows tha eOUn try against President Wilson's dOfSHCO plan, '.lie l'restdent will change front." said llepresentatlvo I-aic It BhtrWOod haft taVday when toii thai the Adminla. .ration .11,1 rot aonrove of his remarks against the dtftMt progra tnnw. When asked If "the dlttlngullhtd rlti. en." who, be tali !t t.ls Central l-.b..r I nloti sH,s.h, bad Informed him the President III not wholly in a.vord with the present defence plan was w. .i Bryan, Sli.rw.ssl re fust 1 to -cake a di- revt answer, but exclaimed : "W hy is not Bryan connate.-.- ., talk for Wilson? He is "upportltig Wilton for President un, controllli.g the Nebraaka patronage de siiitn tn.. oppoaltlon of Boaator 11 b- Bryan la trying to get wtlton 1 aw .v 1 roin in.- ,.riii ail i u., eii'i le. I believa that if President wu.-on woul.l atll a conference of the natural nations the .siuntnes now at war would agree to participate in tin- peace cor- ftrtnoa 1 have ttatamtntt from tha high sepreai ntatlv. s nf lY.vce. Ger- many. KngUrsl. Italy, Belgium, Kusslo. and Austria-Hungary which l.,ad me to Indicate ta.it the would Join in ItaCB a peace congress. " WILSON ASKS FOR NEW WORK TO AID BELGIANS falls Upon Prominent Mtn i Cooperate With Relief roniniisinii. At tno request of Herbert Hoover. chairman of the Commission for Relief tn Belgium. President Wilson bat a k. I s number of prominent Americans to CO" opera'..- in the work of the commission In the United Slates Among tuom are! otto t Ban nurd, s r, n.-rtron. Htr hart s. lodridge. a .i Hemphill, Mel ville B, .-lone. Oscar S. Straus and John Beaver Whit. . In his letters cf lnvt- tattoq tie: Prtsl dan I Says: "Mr. Hoover, the chairman of the Commission for Relief In Belgium, has spprosche.1 tne with regard lo dlffloUltttg which have arisen In the eonduct "t that gTeat humanitarian work. In which he feds he need the up-rt of an enlarged committee or gentlemen of large experience to cooperate with h m In settling and OOndtlCtlng tht admin- Istratlon of tha hraneh of the vom- ml-sn.n !:, the l n :cd Macs 1 am so much Impreaeed with tht Importance nf this institution, on which the lives of so many people are pendant that 1 venture lo say to y..u that I would personally be very gratified If you could see your way to Join such a commutes'." Tne committee naa re n imvriiieo uhh i she reserve of clothing among the poorer I ;, ,..s In Belgium Will be exhausted bv Ghrlatmaa, An spptsJ will soon Ih m.ule to tiie people of the CtHttd Stat. (Or clothing for the destitute in Belgium and northern France, who now number between 1,000,000 and 4,000,000. "The real need In llelgium is . lothes," Mr. Hoover as id yesterday. "Tne aver- age l.elglan "T .no poorer eisss S 1,4. I., it one suit sirnway and he has worn this fnr the p.ud. fifteen uiontli. Much ae.on.1 hand clothing has httn anl to Belgium, but after It la put through t wo or three poceaees of dlglnftOlltVJI It . more lit Tr the rag bag than for i man's back. What is needed in llel gium Is about 13,000,000 to be lined foi i he pur. ht.ee of new clr.thtwi or material from which clothing can lie made." Mr. Hoover returns to Mump,- to day I in tiie Nieuw Amsterdam alter a two weeks visit to N. w York. 0G0RMAN FOR ACTION. I'men tteiirlaala If l.rrat Britain Doesn't 1 rd. i i tdtci ntatos Senator Jame a. I O'Oorman gave out th- following Btates inenl last night , on. . rning th to of . tyiS" '"J ' , 1 1 he protest ol BeCrOttW I. nrotat1 ! St'rrtfa!v Laftna n iinn thi wupiM.irt of prlnLiilt oif IntcrnntJoTinl 1 lanv wlilfh were gtintirully ax'se-prtMl by I nil nation pr'v!riiy to the romnit nt'o I nifnt Ol ihi tpM'nt war. Thi- paiLticntii of I ! it .ViW-'iiii pOT!r 1m ittroiit oi- i hatuitodi eVnd finthp violation f thotto ! pKnolptiM flhOUArl not ht (olOPfttod 1V otir j Qovornmont Mo billtffroni ihouM ho , f, .,.,; (lw ,,. lu rrtu,ttoni w,U. nw. in.i nationa "ijreat. Britain's aristiTary oondtstt ha raa-u d.ttru,'tive of American commerce ami tiuhwa ahu n gpaotg onir rigiiis alls must, take the oonggglltnttg of de.llherats defiance, of the United States. We are no) w IthOUl means e uffeotlve resistance, and if, we are compt-lle-l to resort to retaliatory measures Uie rcsnonalbUitr will not be with the United Blaise. " BERLIN NOTE DENIES PASSPORT FORGERY tiiihiiv Hotly AttMkl Big lish ltopnrfs of Confes sions by Sptvi- CALLS THEM INVENTIONS W AtMtltlfTOM, Nov. -The o! i.rg of ,ifrW!in epfes. m6 before their tltCQ. Uon m BnHand Owl dmu officers. ,r,8 f()r milkjng ,.,, Imports. 1. untU.IMItdly Atlllod by Iht Oertnan Ooftrnmattl In nttt re- , c. lved :it tho S'ate De' artm'-nt to-dav. I Thll tint- is In reporiso If. rsprotttlta. l"' f-'rl of United StMee Tlia American note etlltd to Iht utten- on f he Herlln gBfornntml tiie e'a,e- Oaffnati snle. when on '" tie mi.it. .p.e. n n .n I, IK! 11. WH.. H SHm WWfW lyiuiruiu I to tide il ivernmeiit by tiie ltrltlsli. i 1 h rman r not only de lares theae state ntontt untrue, If tltt le, but Indicates that sin- b. Iievcs them to be Inftntlont of the llrituli suthorlne. If the state- nients ever cr aiado b tiie spies, t'.s nets asserts, t oy must baft been made ta , .. ,,f ,i,r,.B,H ; ...n ..... ,,r other pri-sstiro from M10 Rrltllh initliorltiea 1 ; 1- also .1 erted tn.it .igcialaa for nutklng ami ee'.img fa's, pataporta ot neutral ounirie- were Hlicofatod In ter ritory oc -upled by ijer-i 111 forces. Tht raid.ng ol such an tttabllahmtltl in Ant- rise. '1 he texi of Iht CIS rman follows "Tht undersigned hat the honor to Mate ii,u f,.;io. ng to bis Bucclltncy I tht Hon. James u Otrard, iii reply to I the letter of July 31, -on ernlng tht 1 - I lagtd issuing of false p u-.sports by the Horn , .uthorltlas; Hit sssertlons Tuti.le n iton. ri iiosen thai, who was ihol In II glalcl as a spy. that n false paasporl had been affartd to him In the offices of tne German Ad- mira'ty St .rf. that C rvett. nsapi in. l'rieger held a stock of fglslttcd Amerl- ean pseenorl blanks In the admiralty ataffotfid ,1.1 ' iat the latter hat thOWa him the witermarks In I hem as well at rubber ttampa fat- th.- lagauaauoa or f .Ne oissp. -:. nw i.tnt a. no. i "With ri'artnee to the fact that one George T BreckoW, w'.o was arrested In Rngiand ai a Spy, had l"en lupplled Willi a f.-.lse a.s.irt i i InfOttlgatlong started baft tor:.- no t . suit. It It an tatablltbtd fact, ' iwever, thn d-iring the p resent situation of the war certa.n Individual! In tne OCCUPleo enemy terr ton and al-. In n i' countries er leavor to make a trade of Issuing relet imper- of leg ' 1 ' "mn;from the President and were unprepared them for .. good prl "In thlt way a passport lais ., r- tleti was ral led 111 Antwerp which w..s al- reaiv in 1x1stet.se wii- i Antwerp ' occupied by Herman troopa It tna w.ll ! :. mied that the paggpOft found on tireckuw originated from eucb a plant "At far a- the adeged Itatlinoni given pos. - t ial an I llrc sow before the Bnalltb law courts Is concerned, accord- rg to Which Otrman otMcsra prepared false Daasporta and handed them to Sgants, it must be aaaumoc trat tne ac-eus.-l were Induced by threats, promises or other meant Of pressure during the anamination to infant these statements lr the belief that they might bt f In ter. -t for tbt nemy stat "They may have hoptd to obtain a mitigation cf the Impending severe pun Isument I')' Itaeirg tne rr-lMin-mnov ,..r i,i coin. nues; the false pataporta on the authorities " ear) heartily oommend t'o-iss verses ami tot on themselves Strong doubtelt., the prayerful consideration of all .x. st here. bOWOftr. whether the alleged j thOtt high In political 0fBe, Whether testimony waa totually given in at y I'retldentl . Secretaries of State or lead- ... ... .. . ...... I .... . L ai .... li, e . -siininiion inai .jer nan co - ernment oflh-idl- w.th the know K . Ige ind 'consent of German Oovernmsnt author!, tlet had prepared false American paas : porta ami handed them to agents must I t nergetb al'.c r. fute.1 I "Th.- undersign ad icalla hlmaalf of 'tVs opportunity to renew to tive Atiihaa s id,.- the ns-uratces of his highest esteem Zl M Ml KM ANN, "l'nder Se.-r.tary of roreigr Anairs. BREAKS JAIL TO SEE 22D WIFE. i.e. .ruin Vrurii ,lol Mad In Vlelt Ilia I. meat Mate, TMA,vur;. Ga., Nov I.. Mala, hi I Jenkins le a Thomas OOUnty negro who i confesses to having tntt I r tws iniiLrl- 'nditUl Mate J'la' twfn'y.twv times. K..l.at,.a luteal tivjlt ', . IT. I. I". ' I 1 I ' t ' unty am being anxlo is to see her , . wm of .p-aratlon, he ; , ;uado hJ) way 0 ,l01mv . .. n lm 0f having rrturtie.1 to poMCt wept on a srlll (, ,OU!, h!m ,.nJoy. society of ids newest wife JgSglrsi was n, Jail her., charged with - rtninean(,r am Us now m ins old ,ra tlisWlv. probably wilt haft to re- . onBer. u U1"6 ",,",tr- Geo.C. .H O ODD PIECES IN DINING ROOM FURNITURE. In the varied and choice collection of Dining Room Furniture, which forms an important feature of our Fall Exhibit of the combined efforts of the fwo oldest Fur niture Houses of New York, are many odd and individ ual pieces designed to add to the comfort and conveni ence of the room, and especially interesting in view of the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays. Other pieces of interest are China Cabinets of un usual design and size, Serving Tables, Cellarettes and a new style of Carving Table not obtainable elsewhere. FURNITURE, DRAPERIES. RUGS. Flint 8 Homer Co. inc. 20-26West36th.St. Newbrk DID WILSON GET EZEKIEL ! SUGGESTION FROM T. R.? Washington Wonders if The Prophet or the Colonel Spoke to White House, and Doubts Wisdom of Wilson Entering Biblical Field With Bryan. WAgttlNQTON, Nov -I'reatdent Wil son nnd William .!, Hrvan have Haehtd a Ufa In tholr controverey orer national dtftMM where they rc quoting Ifct Hcrlptura at Mdh other. Mr. Ilryan, in hie revnt etatement. I'hrletiunlty. te eUT tlltl ht rtad that Iht policy of prcparednc, "ntetnplated tha eet'lnu up of false Ideals of hotwr and of lowering the OMBe trv'j moral standard. In Ina speevihea Mr Hryaji has frequently quoted from I the Holy Scriptures In araiilng against any increase of the army and navy. The White llousn made public to-day tin following letter which 1'realdent Wll- ' son has sent to Heth Ixw of New York . What Kseklrl Salg. "Tliaiik you very warmly for yvur ' generous letter of November o and for your courtesy In letting me nee a copy o: your remarks on the merchant marine question, I am particularly grutltled thai jolt tbOUld Si fully concur In the j ItlOn 1 took in my speecli at lbs Sl.in- It iMari Club. There Is a quotation from Ksaklcl which I have hud very much In mind recently In connection Willi Ihttt Important muttsrt. it is tiie taoond third, fourth, nfth and sixth ftftOt of ohapttf eii " '."Son 0! RUM, tptak 10 the children Of thy people, ami eay unto them; When I bring the sword upon Uie land, if the people of the land taJte a mail of their OOaata, and set him for their watchman: 11 'If. when he aecth the sword come upon tho land, ht bloweth a trumpet m. I warn the people, "Then whOOggftf hearcth the sound of the trumjiet and taketli riot warn. Ing . If the swor.l come and take him away, his blood si ail be upon his own head. " He beard the sound of tne trumpc and took i..,t u in ,.is blood thall h. upon him Ht I," that taketb warr.- ,. g thall deliver bit sou'.. "Bul If Iht watchman see the sworq coma , i blow not the trumpet, slid tht ... nut warned; If tht rword cOtnt, lakt any ptrson from among ihem. I a ta-n awiiy in h.s Iniquity; I ut his blood wll I require ut tht watch. man'a hand.' "Cordially at..! alncartly oura, "Vl'ooaaow Wiuok,' President Takes a fs Tack. Rkiesvhads i,. Waahliwtan la Intanaala Intsreated In the istett turn to the. con- iroversy between the President and his ..r o, skMMM h;. . . - h.r), , tmalm for h s move In meeting Mr. Bryan on hit own ground as a student of tha Hcrlptures. not lot uteres-, m Washington waa till further intenslrhsJ when It dtVtlOped j that Col Roosevelt ind hlmaatf quoted! thtat very I.nea from Kicklel and had . tttminemted them tO Mr Wlltaa'l prayer- , ful aonslderatlon in the August biUBbar j will is-,..iu e an efflclem defence i n tt the jfcfropoiitaa Vo7iine. Vnlli I Btates army . osts from two u , T'-. re was no Indication from tbeinve tlmea much for each man as tin White Hou'- as to whether the Preal- j smiles of Bur qxi on account of the Ire- dent bad quoted Kieklcl on his own I mtndout saste in the tgptudlturet for Initiative or whether he had been read-j military purposes, Ther, :.- all annual Ing Col. HoOttftlt't arti'le. Which be- waste ,.f IS.100,000 tor use leas army j gan ta fotlOWSI ln the thlrty-t l.lrd ft ens. Th,' money stient on W .-t Polnl chapter Of tht gr. at Prophet Kttklel ta als.i w asted becauti it of I ; ad-1 the tira-. s. v. r-es run as foliowi. "After' quotlns the same veraee aa contained In President Wilson s letter. Col ltooae-t ,.s ..i .n- romn an.l inn nuus ai Wanmtoii. and to ail male and female illeaa orealdanta. clenrvmen. enlltors nnd publicists of psciMst ttndtnoyi srsiie ell to the someUm'-s well nienn Ing, ulio have fallen victims to tne habit of prOlolUftd and excessive tl.dulgxhc. in tttendlng universal peace meetings and giving and listening 10 lectures on Immediate peace and disarmament.' 1 With this preface Col. Boosevelt plunged forward tn a vigorous attack in President Wilson's conduct of the. nation's foreign relatione. Among other things, ha charged that "With criminal P nldlty vi. have failed to fulfil these Obllggtions" and tliat "we have earned and richly deserved the contemptuous dislike of all tiie nations of mankind by the course, we hnve followed for a ye-ir as regards the great world war and for four years as regards Mexico." Col. Iteosevelt's friends In Washing ton wero inclined to claim full credit for him in having brought ICseklel a words to the Preident'a attention. They comment on the fact that tha Pretlder.' sail In bis letter to Mr Low that he h id had the prophet s words "very much In mind recently In connection wnh these Important muttera." Many nf President Wilson's supporters fear 'hat this attempt of the President to n e. t Mr. Brviin nn hie own ground might be mlselSnstrued as Indicating thai the gtttrg s-gumepts along this Flint Co. R.NER l,i, predion upon j were niakir; puMtc, r,DV . .,. ,,'ntJ . t BRYAN SPLITS NEBRASKA I'lan tn stnnip Against tnll-l.r.n Mlrs Row In Fart. I.IN. ot,N, Nob . Nov f. -The riouneement of William J. l.'ryan, made thfBWgh hit brotlirr, Charltl Bryan, Mayor of Lincoln, that he would use hie candidates for the LtfMatlirt who do' not take a direct stand for prohibition, , has stirred up a big row In the party. . Nebraska people aft to hat- the op- portunlty next (rear t" vote for a prohl- lln the Mtlon amendment and It Is generally I"'- . or the new s: oppirvg ne...u.u o is lleved Micy will adopt It. Hut a con- til tie Miss M .) M Oust! . great-great - atltutlonal atntndmant is of llttla value granddaughttr of Aaron Arnold, wfio without lawa ta tarry It Into afloat, ami htlpod lo found Arnold, censtama already tht liquor Interest- .ire making C 1,1 formally opened their new Plans to control the La gisUiturs and the Pfcot of business y sterdaa Mis- Mi -Statu House. Outty, who Is 7 ears old, slid back the The dim .very by Mayor Bryan gflhtavy doors. She was protected by a these plans wis follow, , promptly by bodyguard of descendants of the founder t lie announcement that W. J. I!r an i w ho ci ne as guests on I ae opening day would take the sturm. and Nahl all who Tins Is the third btg store to b oppottd yrol.lbltlon. 0. 6. VILLARD BRANDS WILSON A MILITARIST Assails Prentdeiit, Charging Sadden surr. nder to Lobby for v Armj . Oswald Uarrlaan Vlllard, tditoi of the Kvtntng foal md regarded ,m a cita ' -lid of President Wilson, in .1 speed. t nigf.t at Uobbs Ferry charged the Pretldent with a sudden surrender to e militarists after st.,t.i g .1 car ago that "there waa no cause for ilartn aim no oc -avion lor turning tht 0UI try into an armed camp" He s.nd tht Adminis tration was being Influenced by power, ol army ard nav lobby, ronatallOg " active and retired , Hi.-. 1 working In the In it rest of munitions manufacturers. Mr Villa rd s address waa b Ufortd b. -fort the Hone and rvhool Association 1 Dobbs Ketrv 11. .in High School auditorium and "Shall We Arm for I 'ease" wis ha theme, Mr Villard luotad Mr. Bryan at Mimt that tin President's step was a deliberate break With the p.ult slid i backward Stt in i ' direction of barbarism. "Preparedness, Mr. VllUrd .:..''. ' I PUrel) an economic question l.ngtisn ipltal attnufactureg torpedoes rorwe '" "WW Wl mi a ana ."- , , ,. , ' , T" , . ,, i, VJ principle Involved Military ..ssm Incturlina Th.-. lor.- Roosevelt. irt) . t,r u ..., , , ...,, t j ,,, f "There la rio aasumncc. ludglog by tht T..u, , the post, thai t hgllons tor snd the bllliono for iht nav; vantage toi aerentiv. : um , hardlv big enough for a parade ground. "Tne experience of th Buropeau ar- nwm ..-".j . strates that it ta not necessary r spend "ar.- In training Soldiers, St th. new ' men flilit as vallantl as I hi vcterani : All tht army that is needed lJ tn. i ,.,,,.1 sii,t,., 1m ., ... tara. anoutfh lo In .,. . uaed aa a poliexi force and to patrol the Mexican bordu War., are so ;..r out of oats in this age that tutur. n:stor ,tt wii. rrltldtt evii McKlnlcy for declar- l-ig war on Spam nta question IS do wt want an enlarged army and navj at the cost ot burdensome taxation and the Inereas. d cost of livin. Dodge Brothers ROADSTER Spoken advertising is by far the most pow erful factor in the ex traordinary demand for this car Unsolicited letters of enthusiastic ap proval continue to pour into the factory from every state in the Union Hie motor ts JO-j.i horsepowet The iM-icr of the Touring Cur or Ruadstei complete ll $78i If o. b. Detroit I 'Bia aigkHsiipa wsea I !!! ' " 1 ' T"'"saf?aJL COLT-STRATTON COMPANY Broadway at 57th St. Brooklyn As Long Ialand District is handled eiclusively by Bishop, McCorniicIf & Bishop, 20 Haltcy t, Brooklyn ARNOLD CONSTABLE NEW STORE OPENED (troai-GroA-Granddanglir of Founder, Aged 7, Greets Visitors. FINK DISPLAY OF GOODS The big Mf) store of Arnold, 'onstahl. A Co.. on fifth .ivenue at rnrtleth street, was formally opened at 10 o'clock yes terdav morning. !xng before that hour thronss of women th.re were soinc men too Wart waiting ut the entrances eager to IIMPOOt the lejllillng. do',r!, wrro ,rw"nR r,'""K' Just ut the appointed hour, the crowds (mt pourtd In took employis-s off their , mied th. six larse floors ..pi ned by Arnold, , 'onetabli Co. sine lie ..ii-.:,.-.. was begun at Canal and Mtrcer . i . ets. Miss MoQutty is th" Id. -' !. .lighter of Mr. snd Mrs. Robert t ir..o I . . - - u V , I . . .i.'-.'.e,... nnssni iwnssv Henrlettt Constable W. atti.rbee, is I great-granddaughter of Aaron Arnold Th. re were bargains on every s'de J yesterday for those who came to tne I optnlng, and an UnUMMtl display of Iat-.-: si : .. and fabrics. Tlio fifth an 1 sixth floor arc reserved for wholaaalt departments. An annex Is essiti to be I optntd foi :he display of mltllntr) nasi I shoes rXclUtlVtty, 111 Hie old store nt , Broadway md Vlntttenth street the I Arm madt t,o attempt I niiet.i In th-: . milllnary lino, but yesterday they I ehow. ,1 .1 UQUgilltt millinery dl.pla., , whl.-l, will he ,xtrndr.l when the annex L- optnod, Tn. Kllk li.sim. s.. called, is a feature of the tlrst floor of the new More. It Is a small, square apartment, tin- shies of which are a plsln White g oft whit, in.i the top I z.-d crystal. Baok of the crystal a lighting arranee.nieiit gives varioua oolored raya, to that the pur- j chaser nia test the ,'olor of silks. Tin- nrst lUsir Is . i tirely fltilsbed in the .lull grayish brown of I'lrcassian walnut. The tecond Ibsir has mahog. any trimming arid the third floor is in j plain oak. The fourth Moor and a part of the tltth ate devoted to the egOl Utlft oftic. s of the linn n the r.sif tlieru ( will be installed a rest roctn ut.d reatau-1 rani for employsoa Tin i building Is of plain white Itnie sfoii'. Willi a grajiii" base atui has an s.' f.sit front on K I fill nvenut and ex-: lends back 17.. feet oil Fortieth street with a "tie story SX tension on Thirty-j ninth street. M0NTCLAIR CALL ACCEPTED. l I I llkr's I iIm iiihI tluri'll liOtl t Irrayman I eon, the s,,Uh. MvNTObAta, N. J . Nov. s. The Ran l.jioe Matt;-vs White of Bhreveport, Ise, hag aeeeptod a nail t,, st. tsike1 Bplguopal Church hi this town. mootad ing I-. Wilson it Ktaarly, who was n eetitly rated Btshjop suflfastan of the dloceae tf Nem-nrk Mr W bit.. hii.v ls-on passor of St ' Mark's Kresr-M. Chtlfoh, SbrerKo', i fop fixe rears He wi, assume Ms ' duUat 'ii MontOtair alout January 1. I ii.- kt :. years old, married, and ha three children. Hit wife ts the dgisgti. i t. - of Blittop Tucker of Virgin, i Irs-lrri b SnaLe ss lloor lle Hp. n Btoojistiiiic, Pa.. Nov. t.-.t, she ..pen.. I the door of a shed near her farmhouse along Knob Mountain. Mr Anion Cope pulled front about her neck and anus a large Ida. ksnake that had crawled Into tht building and taken .. pni... over tiie noor Her tcreami brought Mr. " ope and hr sop to the shed, and they tan tht no foot reptlli wrlggli iwttj l lapd from flight Circle 1600 Newark & Jersey City DisUiet is handled esrtusively by Bonnell Motoi Car Co., 73 HaltSV St , Newark THE SOURCES In accepting a promi.- ( a gooJ plan to eoniidcr thc tource, particularly cn a hu.ld. Ing proposition, a bcrc rfom. isea arc too often prccarloui things. We do tioi mcin to dKpr. age any Contractor en tions, hut we do make 'he distinction, thai an 0nef must look to a Contra .t'j abilities rather than to Hn ,n. tentions, for the tullilrnr-t q contract promise. THOM PSON-ST ARRF.TT COMPANY Build, ng C onutiuetion : eopaey BltOtloa ll.pei.se. ll.OOn 1 RatrlCt Attomr) tn Brooklyn Ms nt II, redaction. noOOrding 1 ,. , e"lon .-M-ns. County Clerk $s5 in checks, r--lurtmd over lo h tll. e. The rsl from frlen Is 'am pa k :i . ... ... NEW YORK'S PRIVATE SlHOOLS mi m. in v ivh not a Mr f V III I Ml it's M II ..to II" W.-l fit Vi, . . . . mid.. I . I. v Ml . i . , . - I I I t i . O'l ,,i Wt l i v,. Ti l V I "H I I lit t'Ut I VII V I III i'tui Tear hesita - Ml ' III I Kit t ( IIOUL I .Ut Ktl - cmt Miii., n Ave eei.r -Rants 's, Moudai U SIX I'l I'll n tiM.l , , I Tltn ROIIt I IIOOI I llli no. . Hiverdale-. i. Hudaott I A ...iiicr. da) and boariltiig fisiagsr ooyt HAHRV J ivi . ' t ..i i i.i. i tit sTHoni I'oh not. Ml-ttS t . tllh lr. . I . reliege Preiaaralsri srln. with Mronit PrinlaO and Jll - I I I I I. si iidiii '.I iaat tlal si,,. , He-op. II.. I Sept It sub .' ,., .. Ilmtntaltlsi tod ...,p... r .. it viin vim m hooi i nn . Hahlsnn We. .1-1 -t li.. . . all lv inrlti llngSa. St'id I -....rt At HI ae I Md I II V IVI, s, II, I,,. c w, sun t T.I Bon from n to jo vi t N .. home ouib tor hoi - ton i.nti s imi ii . w . HAMII ion lMU rt i nit i Itoa UOIh Si A Klvert-.d' linve r. .. rouegi Ifleati - i ' Regular spa. , ,i . ,ir. i , . nr. i m i s nun. i oh .1 tYesI t ed v. A "oh I Kind, rrf-.ri . e Rleiinnisrv H -and i ,,ll.e Prep I.-,; tlrini lilt IH H villi M'HUOI t'OH t. litis Kuidersri"ii o i 'ollese lifail Ing realleges i nuu , a. aJ.siiie Its West 1 1 sth sire. KtRMini si ii.ini iii Hoi sl um n ah i s nt w reth si , i -. niaker.. Dreasinaking lei tar) . nrftalng ac ,. . . nn i ii ims t I lilt tl I I I I III si II 1'entral Park West ml silt) t rem K 'lei' rtai t.-n I 1 Athletic Field i tut v I his ii i hi , i ,,in i prl ii - i vii t a si Mi t it v 1 1 s n t i.'i i i I HI llllill I nt I I i I IM. I OH HI III v 1 s s V lilt INs I HI I tills gun (.1111 s ami v I'l s a . r mw fOBB 'lit St v GARDNBl fSCHOOL 601 I II- I It I M 1 rT aril buaraint - ,,e.v , f atx b(ln UiL altt THE SCO VI L L L SCHO )l lot: rifih Avs Reeldani Kf .1 tr and Bgectal i ' Ua it ti Mrs. Helen M See? Uie, ftUHipa '" Has. am I.AM. I till s lOKk Sea ftrt LANGUAGES e v I'M Ci vi r p ron -uncing r. . Pratt loai Llngulstr) tlonsl know eUe of Franeh. Italian V Tailung Uaotilne W call for Hr:. ate Dent i ar-'k. rnr i ivi.i xi.r i ii"- . 0J I'ut-ia.n H1 Ig WIMMIMi N rw t oitk - sa Swimming VrofV DALTON .M'l.M ' I'll I , " arefui i v Ai hi si hooi - SF.W tOHK llll Sr Lav geel StrsTSIHE t i Set A . M.t l'sa lo Vis Ila l . MtO St. Pol pi VII ll V. SKW l.iKk aiea Alnerlean I'logr, 1. t I Ot fcT A V t, I'l !l II. iVRTIS Be HAM IM. NEW YORK . IIV, Nf till NrlW V OH K sin t Ot Sl.UsUAltl'lI.L) .' ' Kaffee fHACl CAFFEINE-FREE COFFEE I NOT A SUBSTITUTE I H Far your hoalth's tgke I profit by the research ol I telontists who have re- H I moved from coffee the I waste and left tht taste. I ALL OF THE DELIGHTS I NONE OF THE REGRETS I KtVr a ssi kur n, tg I I area oi sii gealere, H