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How the nation rose to the war's greatest emergency, with fine pictures of the great Creusot works, in THE SUN next Sunday. THE WEATHER FORECAST. tin. Rain to-dayr-a nd colder to-morrow; inds. Highest Data) lad erfeuy, 51 ; lowest, 43. ne reports on pa re 1 U. VOL LXXXHX NO. 76. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1915. enrntht, tin, Ms f Prmtm$ n iswirsiss Ameinm, TWO CENTS. BKhVW SB SB ' 'I SW ssssssw SPENT $500,000 ON LA rULLKiilS STEPHENSON j.Seiifltor Bum Secrets of Higli Wnanee in stale Polities. WISCONSIN I OK A" NOT BATTLING BOB'S OWN Break Followed Retain Contribute 1250,000, lie Sins tn WMIUNCTOXi Nov. ,f mis ex-Bna4w 14. At use iac Stephen Is-; SMI, one of Ih last of Wisconsin's Itim- karmrrcl snt. ha Issued i volume or pjeslleetlona which for the first timi hjrs tin- aaerata of his rotations with Robert M- '- Folletts and with the tuBUlttlOUS poMOcaJ movement within dit Bi its which resulted in the I . ... . f the "Wisconsin idea." Es-SMator Stephenson discloses the (i-;.ii! of his financing of La Follette'a P. ii ,i ambitions and lays terore his frf - .ill t'i" facta which he Stead as:iy refused i" givs out wnon iat i egllette turned on him and attempted to i: nil from the United States taste hecaust he had spent more thun 1H, In his campaign for rlec- i.on w th.it body. The venerable ex8enator relates no ipeni mora than 1500,000 on I., Polletta and his political lleuten lalsaml how la has contributed prob ibty $i 0 ' to the rtepublloan party, lie describes I.a Kollette weep sjg with Jo) when his (Htephenaon's) M"nt handed ' lm the Brat 13,600. .'-. .u-ir Stephenson makes the in tHsstiaa disclosure that lu Foliette tarn-! against him. Anally triim to hare hint removed from the Senate, euon sfter he refused to put up 1260. ss) to hack La Folletto'a candidacy for tb Presidential nomination, Mr. Rspnenson does not seek to connect the two . vents or to draw any dedUO tow tr im them, ili; merely slates toe bets. Row the np' em m for the "Wis u n ld .1" la-Kan. how the 'Htt!f- Breed" faction within tin- ttopubUcmn letrtyi ime Into being as tht rinti'uu.i; . nower stud bow La Polletto 00t tlie ni si of tin WAVO Ol pOpll- int) u "tjaatung , Bob"- - Mi thtoo iBetj - ii. answer d In Mr Btephoii- - raledlctory of his ing political ir r i vAiedictory which ha hM ly for distribution fttnong J frit nd- 1 Rvr ilnee tho Progronlvo moe eir in Wiaconain set the pace for ' 1 Rtatea p methods by which it a ' ImpetUi haw r. mairir d a I 1 it It '1.1 lis. L'fl :fl',l IK" l)4'll'Vr He itor St p!n nson. w hose We;C' i.i enabled hint to make gen I intributlons to tha Itepublloan I new, Hut he .11(1 not decide to Hence until his term of Offlcel 'Te l , 41 I red isl March and he hull to turn ' 111 m ule up his mind i'"'ii t .e tumult of do Itiiw. a tumuli of l T ording to Mr, - narrative, is no lonser a ill. The campaigns of the Is," or Progressive Hepubll. msin, lunjr supposjed to naval lr force entirely trom tha uprlaings of the people j bossea, did not differ greatly j eampaigna, Seltner were battle:, won by the lirill- hin of, "Uattllni Mob" any Half-Hri rlve.i id mm ineoi rif-t t .. m ulh Proirc ner' i nt .i" tiie battlea of the Muro-1 H.'H ft.- Won tiv tlie ireueruls. n orbed ui Cheek Hook. the Wisconsin campaign, as in the Ittles, It seems tO hae is-en m "t ammunition, w hiie sel at. lv I.. rVillstte was workinff isal le ttrlna line Isaac Steidien- rkground was keeping the i nd b FreQuant drafts upon k providing Ihe weapons the old order In the Rapub Mas iieinn overthrown and ii.iillshad. osl seventy years,'1 ssys Mr. Ills autobiography, "l had .,rt and conditions of i I hlajed trails with them forest, spread my blanks! on snow, logged with them U camps anil shared with . : - ,,r log di Ivlng and iels on the lakes. 'i- i have taught the way of In my employ I have had ive grandfather, father and : z together. I have also if largS affairs merchants, ilsrs, manufacturers, cant . inm energy and foresight i country is a monumsnt. .- lias suffered loss through O! ; I In Ih. rhei i- ."1 w mi aart e new i "tilt Hll KSphi n '.It s !'' ic keSal, 1 the , m ha Ulna Tho I-., II IM lion s noun iilriM,! , Mkts. .... ! lie . "-II, Q . d for me In tne-e later - over how gulckty. in the ''' Hid Kn of polltlca, convictions can leii principles abandoned and ive looked, and how leadily ' - polttloal prograss veeis to of political animosity and uwtton, pen I snOO.000 on i i-.ei.ds. "To I'. I had laid the plana and pelus whloh resulted in the ot the 'Half. Breed' faction s due (tie aneiy proures ii enacted in Wisconsin. I led to the oampalgn funds ti ami rrany of hia lieu -.1 whom, I believe, would Sid political office ir left resourpea. In the aggro- expended approximately tins 1 hale been a-suied ns thS history of this ould have been a n ,nk tbli I r. 1,., K U kaisu ii r I, "I tin , Ittt i Hit " Mklsvem T e tot ,,. U w of II, 'Iran,. s narrative 1 leave wiio dates tils it He- Ii d on 7 filed Jftggg, importers to Hire Ships and Defy New York Syndicate Plans to Get $10,000,000 Worth of Goods Held Up at Rotterdam, by Using Ameri can Bottoms in the Venture. WOULD FILE CLAIMS IF WAsntvi-.Toy, Nov. 1 ( -Plans are un der mi bf a New York syndicate to offer a new method nr reller ror Amer ican Importers whose kooihi are tied up In Rotterdam and who ate unable to get the British tlovernmrnt to live up to the Mnrnncea Wfalah It gave ror the release, or the merchandise. Announcement was made here, lo-day that a syndicate headed by Jules B Barnard of Bernard, judae oi Co., for warding SgentS of New York and Chi cago, ato considering the chartering f American owned steamships fiing the American ll.i k and manned exclusively by Americans to bring about jie.nan.non oi Ibis merchandise belonging to Amer ican flrme. The phut, .ls announced here. Is for the syndicate to accept nil Amer ican Owned goods for which the British roreiRri UBMS has refused to grant te- lenei , The elTi ,-t of this mm -. If carried out, will he to hrlna the issue between Iho United States anrt Ureat Britain In regard to this merchandise directly to a head There will be nothing to , prevent American vessels from taking i on hoard the American owned mer j chandlse now lying nt the neutral port I of Rotterdam, but if Qreat Britain seize I the American vessels after they leave i Rotterdam and takes them Into port Amerli importers, it Is contended, not only would have the basis for strong claim against the British oorernment, hut would 1. in ii position to appeal ror more vigorous action on they part or the state Department, "pinion of the Importer As explained here io-inght ther many importers who believe that t lie several months before they can any hope of obtaining their aoo.1. s re will have with the consent of nsenl Of tjre.il Rlitaln By the tlm hen the ftoo.ts, if released, are delivered tn. market In many instances, u is aaaertadt will have ended. Undei theae clrcutnaiancaa aome lm portera would prefer to have etrong clairna made ajgalnal the Brltiah (iovernrneni fr L'ol. nalaad on the hi Kb seas thai the) would have the belated kh..i thetn nelvea, Mr. Bernard haa conferred wtlh t 'ounaellor Polk of t he Htate 1 apart ment, but Mr Tolk deollnad to say what fiction the United Staten would take in the event of on' of the iteamehlpa being intercepted by . Brltiah crulaar, Mr. Barnard w ar. the forwarding ngant who was Intareated tn gettlngj William Wt BrldOi forraarly In the Trade ai vtagrg Bureau, to ? tf idondoni where Mi-. Kridt- ubtalnad many irUeaee dlreei from tii- Brltiah ilovernment while Htate l Njpai unent olttclali were tr)lnfj In vain to tf(t action for other Intuortera who bad not retained private counsel, Tills tftateraenl has been laaued by It C atltchell. Who woe formerly In the Btate Departim nta Trade Advisers BureaUi but who is now tin- Wuahlngton representative t Bernards Judae & Co.. "I am convinced that no conalderable conceaatons are going to ie made to the American import ern b) tti- British tlov erttment until 'oiiKi'ts resorts to re taliatory rresasures. inch as a heavy in ternal revenue tax or; war munitions, or. if necasaary. an absolute embargo on the exportation i arms and ammunition. importers throughout the country WHITE PAPER BOMBS ! FOR SECY LANSING ; ExproH Packaava Excite vsli Ington Police, but Prove to Be llnniili"". WAsitiNOTosi, Nov. 14 The detective fOTCS of the WashiiiKt.ir. police depart ment were hastily summoned to the! j offices of the American Kxpr. ss Com puny at 4 o'clock tins morning to ex-j I .inure teli small boxes consigned to I "Robert Lansing. Secretary of State." j i The boxes were sent from Baltimore and i I the fact ttwtt they were marked "No I dynamite" and "Nonagploalye" only I Iseive.l to arouse the suspicions of the ; express llKenl James gprlngmsn, the spscial officer ' who devils with explosives, was arousad , i ,, bis slumbers and rushed 10 the ex- press h'.-alich ottlee in an atuomoone. i,.;,.:..,, , lei e tie tiroceeueu Willi nin Inspection with more than usual caution gpringman gently lifted the i..i from the first box, while the exprees em ployees and oinets stoisi ai a nunani-tr, expecting that any momertl there would be a loud report, Hut the lid Wtta lifted wlthoui anything of the kind happening. 1 gpringman removed a place of white ' oaoer mil 11-11 was iee.i,.i ... mi. 'ai.onished Kale a pile loL-ether Willi a few of white paper, Kton.- nullum: "The box was a small wooden kind ' common in commerce, Having passed the first box safely, the ssplostve eg- I ,,,,,( 0(,k the others In turn and made j the same discovery nothing but paper, ' ground rock ami stone. I The consignment was evidently In ' tended to be a practical Joke, hut the ' Police Department takes it seriously and fs on the lookout for the parson or per i ...w ahn ahlonad the ten box.is from Halt! more. Secretary Lansing was not told of the consUnment, on the theory that he was not interested in pmitiK maletial and hud not ordsrsd the RiK.ds." POPE GOES OUTSIDE VATICAN. la.lt ril SI. Ann' rhuri'h, m Hriort In Itmnr Mnis. jp$Citi fable htpahh to Tu Si v. Rjiuts Vov 14 Tho QiortMtlS tl'Hnlia ibii Vao lltnoilit t t ly VWtM Kt. Ann's fhurch. in xwl but houndmrlM ' Iht TIiih oburch is nn- lutually outntdts thp Viilican n.i lti T'on till inua leinnnao, p u. , Dounoatries. . . I Vo special sign moan ce, however, iii.,.lul .lfmlflna.nee however. . ' helltg ultaehed lo Ihe event here. VBlr-llsr,ard ...me. ( niiibrldse. Nov, :s. MtilorlMt.. SritS for New ftout. c.ir.t i la "Air Line " Addrex. Hotel Elton. tVeterhurr. Conn. idV' Great Britain VESSELS ARE SEIZED are thoroughly a i ou ed and have for weeks bean Sling protests with their senators and Representatives. "Judge Fleming, foreign trade ml leer of the State Department, who has j been acting unofficially and solely in the Interest or the American Importers, hns ! upon many occasions called to Sir Richard Crawford's attention the raet that American importers will not longer Submit to what they consider the un just and illegal interference with legiti mate American trade. "Mr. Bernard has no desire to do anc thing Which will emb.irra-s the Admin 1st rat Ion in it.-1 from to put a stop to the British interference With American ex port and imj-oit trade, hut he feels con Moat that no relief eatl he obtained ror the American Importers unleaa some ,1 ra st i,' a.-tinn I resorted to by those who are interested In Obtaining po.se eion of their merohandtOO paid for or legally contracted for, "I cannot say how fa1 Mr. Bernard has gone In iierfectlng his plans for sending American St Samara to Rotter dam to bring out the American owned Roods. one thing Is certain, howeicr, and that is that he will not ask the per mission of the I'.ritisu Government. ffa ntneLnile llnnnlna. "No effort will be made to run a blockade. lie maintains that as an American cltlaen he has the right to trnde with a neutral country. No effort win be made to enter a Herman poit Holland is not at war with On and Mr, Bernard insists that l Britain , a Vmerl can steamer cannot be legally prevented from entering the neuttal port of I tot - tarda m and lltates with 1 rlMnttil l'or 'he eanro of Amerloai 1 fnlted owned morchandtao, lie will Invite th Ftrlttsli Consul ''t Rotterdam to inspect the cargo and the teamer wills of course( aubmlt without protest to visit and asarch ai sea. if. however, the steamer ! taken Into an Rnglleh port Mr. Bernard will demand that the state Department take vigorous action. "Seventeen hundred oppllcatlona have been tiled with the foreign trade advisers to bring forward merchandise valued at approximately 126,000,000. The Brlt iah Foreign Htlce in six weeks time has granted about one hundred 1 termite. At this rati it will take the Foreign 1 nice eighty five weeks to act on the oppllcatlona of the Amsrlcan Importers.4 William W. (Bride has issued a st.ite- ment ns f dlowi i 'The Ptatement in TilK Kt'S to-tlay would seem to create the Impression that . 1 1 the representative In fsOndog of Bernard, Judae A Co. alone, The 0att is thai While this firm wits my first client i i did not repressnt it atone, num I bared a raong nt) clients other cuatoms I attomaya and brokerage ilrrai ii.i took ' with me ttt Rtirope not only their tn.it tsra but the elalma of a number f American I m portera who approochsd me dlrsctl) . i dimply make tins statement so that it may bs known that 1 did not rspressot any .me firm of customs attorneys or brokers alone. As lawyer 1 was open iti receive the cases t' any American .m porter who could legitimately show that ns hod ordered - i? prior t" March 1 for which he was legally liable for pay ' ment" JUSTICE HUGHES WILL FIGHT 'CONSCRIPTION ' Question Is Rained Whethei Xebraaks Law Offew Means for Withdrawal, WAStllKOTOW, Vow 14 QrS at interest na- manifested here io-day in despatches 1 from SebPBukn tiut . pel it ion putting Amorfate JuntU! CharliNi I-". HuffhM in tin- pare fni tli.- Presidential nomination had betn ni'l with tho scrota ry of Btate. ii wan added thai Nebraska H- ; publlrann had dcidod with-mi Mr. i Hufhea'a knowtodvo ami an Imt hN iviahep, u xp,'isn.'(t in public t u t -I7ints. to resort to ''conacrtptton' nnd J thai his nam. win be voted on in the I prlmarlM unlww h6 flloi withdrawal, Juitloe Huffhen decllnad to4ay to rom ! mem on thli development, bul till fiiondu ai otrtaln that if surh action has btn 'taken in Ntbmakfl lie 'iii Immediately : proceed t have hti nme withdrawn, i TiH'v nay Mr. Huff he has not oh a need 1 hi minl since he m:oir it clear that he 1 oould not OOnMnt to the- use of his name. Ti.' queatlon hai been raisr.i in i Wnehlnfton whether the Nebraika pri i mary law ofrrs any means tor a pan- dldate to withdrew his name after tt has lipen nn' Aled hy n petition beat i ina; the pequlilte number of nlgnaturei. j There were aome polltlolana in Wnih- niKton who thought they detected in this move In Nehrtterte an attempt b one oi two Rekpublloan oandtdatei to put Juvtlon itiiKhes more emphatically on record. U Known (hat the peiHisi noy "t tiie HiiKheK talk. enpwlally the noilflbllity of his ltlnK Hrh-ried in a deadlocked convention w ithoul any pri mary anipa in, has worried lome of tin' candidates. If Mr. HuRheb iliould he obliged in order to head off the use of hi name to tile a withdrawal in Nebraska it would he a otroumsjtance whhh the present active Republican candidate! oould use to advantage, WETS GOT DRY S0L0NS DRUNK. Prohibition l,ll Ielne.l l Husr In t.r.kralH, Lender CliHrwes, ROMS, Qsti Nov. 1 4 . Addressing the North Oeorgls Confersncs of the south ern MsthoitHsl Church, In session here, IM-. U. W. BlOhSlbergSr of the Anti- Haloon Usagus ohargsd that the "wet" minority of the rjeorgla Legislature had been enable. i to prolong "the nilbuster" against drastic prohibition bills by get ting prohibition msmhsrs Intoxicated and carrying them on the flour of the House In that condition. "Hut we iinally bro'ie ihe fHilnisier." Rlchalbrrgor, "and the prohibition ,jo,t Is enaclilU! bills that .Mil milk u,kulr, nrohlhll ! The eonfSI'SIIUS went on record as Lsdns dUiSjit Istled with any measures that psrmH drinking even in the home. The measure ahicli the extra session of Ihe legislature will pas. will sllow a man tu keep a limited qunntiiy in his Home I BOOKER WASHINGTON ' r mm m mmm mmm w M war an i-i n vi DIES AT TUSKEGEE Negro Krlucntor Siimim-) Nervous BfMskdoWM nt School Re Founded. to HEALTH POOR TWO YEARS He Recent!" Contnlted Spe tin lists Here. Who Relieved His iioHth Wits Near. Monux. Nov. II Booker T Waal ton, the no', Hi negro leader, died morning In Tuskegee. Clarence Allen, a negro undertaker of gills ing thls W ay. with whom the educator spent a vaca tion during Kirt of September, received a brief telegram Stating that Mr Wash Ingion died nt 1 :4a o'clock A M at the Institute toii sfter arriving the from i New York ctty. It was stated that funeral would take place Wednesday tin Mr. VVaftluisgtoti had be health for two yeate or mnr to this city on Septeinbir en 11 poor He came IT. went to the Allen errmner home at OOdcn and remained there until October 1. when he returned to Tuskeee so much Im proved that he resumed Ills talks to the students, On October It at New Haven. Conn., before the National Council of Conxre- lxat.ion.il Churches Mr Washington do lllvorad What was swtd to have been the I hest speech of his lifetime Jfg returned 1 in New York and on November It Mif I rred a nervous breakdown. Specialises I regarded hia condition so critical that he was sent home ThO belief was I hi hia end wan near. The m ws of Mr Washington's desth WSS received with much sorrow at the institute Pba buildings have been draped in mourning and school worlv baa been suspended until after the , funeiat. sir. wasnington was aumired i m Alabama by both the pie and public for his fair stand on the nsgro pi At all the various negro churches throughout 'he ntate :oda) and to-i Ight the death of Itr. Washington was an nounced and apectal prayers were offered Mr. Washington started the institute .1 Tuskegee In nn old abandoned hur-h In .tune, lilt, going there from Maiden, W. Vn. The gchool now covers live acres and owns and cultivates f.SOfl acres of lan i The entire Investment nmounta to saveral million dollars. The state nr Alabama tias appropriated more than $..101,0.(0 to the ms; if ut on i:i the last thlrtythree years tketeh Af Hooker T. a seer, 11 -h 1 mil ton'. Hooker T. Washington b: means the first or his race In this coun try lo demonstrate the tact that there Is no color line It) brains, but he be came even more ot n national finite than the man he succeeded a.- leader of the negroes in America Ifrederlck Douglass, He was an irganlsei fot good among his people. He wa. 'he greateal educator tiie negro rscs has ever pro duced, lie was an orator "f leal dis tinction ii.- constantly preached com mon sense to a race as impulsive as children. Probably no negro mat ever lived was more honored by white tde 11 than Lr Washington I'reeldeul Roosevelt had him t" the Whit- Hons, for dinner, the'-cby greatly SCSndSllSltlS some people ! In the South, but creating throughout I ihe country as a wh ! a more favorable Impression. Andrew Carnegie onoe re marked thai history would tell of two Washington one white, the other 1 black, both faihers of then peoples Tt was through the gemeroslt) "f Mr, Carnegie that Washington was left free I to devote his life to the Hills. of ei- ucatlng negroes Mr. Carnegie gave 1600,000 t" the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute ai Tuskegee, Ala b una, the school made famous through out ihe world because "f Mi Washing- , ton's connection w ith ii and devotion to ! it. nor., in Slavery. Mi. Washington', earliest remembran ces wetii back to the period of shivery. He recalled that be uic bom near Hal. Kurd, Kranklin county, V'iralutu, either 'in I.'s or ISM'. In wa.- never unite certain which year II was The entrance into the world of slave babies was not considered worths of recording In those davs He and his mother were chattels of a famll named Burrows, but h. little rnouah affected b the iik waa s of slavery and he used tn say thai his childhood was happy In spite of wretched poverty and the densest "f Ignorance. He hii. I only Ihe vaguest idea as to who was his father. He had heard re ports that his father was a whit- man who lived on i neighboring plantation, That was all. With r, loin came a slii Inspire 'lion to lb'' bov He had loved t" hear book read, had be. n cuKcr lo bear stories mid he laid uu Imagination that kindled easily it was becaua. of his tart) liking for books that he K"i his name Honker The nam. . 'In fact, was 'a suit of joite played on the boy by his j mother, II was her way of alluding I m and singling out in peculiarity. I Soon after Ihe war in went t" Maiden, w Vs., and worked in salt mill for I nine months in the year, while he at tended School fot three months, lie M.l- determined at 'ha' lime la gel mi sdu ration, but he found the task a terribly difficult one He managed to put in sim.e time ai a nlghl school and llnally, lo promising to begin work unusuulll earlj I in the niornlim sod keep al it unusually lata lend the din lots. In- Mas at'le to St" ih lul'irlty. Hon II t III. Xante. Aooordlog i he was great teacher ssksd he could Hot h own sccount or u. , cinbari asseii when ihe what his name was and 1.11 her He hud only Olle I lllillll me -Hooker. Hut he was a quick I and resourceful lad iud on the second day. when the teach, i- again asked him to glVS his full name, he said without hssltatlon : "My name Is Washington- Hooker T. Washington." He thought IhBl while he was select- ! ins a nume he might as well selecl a i KOOd one. The "T." In" explained, stood i I for TaltafSrrn, which, he had heard. which, he had was Ufie name oi nts iiiiner. After BPendlng several years in this manner, picking up nn education where and when lie could and working hard uii of the lime, young Washington found work in tlie hOUSS of a kind bin cn- sctlng New Rngland woman, whvrs he remained until 1X71. Then he heard uf the school at Hampton Vs . and resolved to po lllele. lie look wn.il little iiioi he had been able to s ive rvoni hi mad.- his way rental I un- WSgSB of Ss a month and i to Hampton on f'.it He CosHausd on Filth Pnge, Mop ( rami Hotel Ym Idem It. I hf fort and ufirr Ym RarVSrd Font b ill Oiin.e. Nnv. "o, For rei vtttlnn nirlrret Fred AiHnMio.ti, trepw4fi'i FAY TO TELL ALL w k in w a aiateaMM m IN DYNAMITE PLOT Calls svewi Scvviro Chief to1 Tomb to DteeuM Tuttting State a Evidence. lls TO FORMER STORY WIH Talk Further With Fed eral Offrrls.ll To-dy Mht cna lii-iuin Explains. Robert ay, who after fighting In the trencheai for Germany came to this country to carry nut a plot for desnrov niK ships sailing from this port with munitions of war for Hie Allies, sent a hum call from his cell In the Tombs yesterday for William .1 Plynn, chief of the sc. re' service, and John C Knox, Afor- special ASMHtil.lt 1 elicit Mates . ney. The ex-ldCUtenanl Was eager to talk to somebody, 11 ! clear that he had come to a decision about his attitude regarding the charges against him, Mr. Kim could nit be reached, hu the chief arrived at me Tombs Just ss the reporter.. Set PS gathering in the hope of emnmunlcat nig w ith I- S) p'or more than 1111 hour the chief talked with Kay in th- counsel room What was discussed between the head ?f the secret service and the homb plot r could 10a be learned from Mr, ilynn. He smilingly shook his load when he emerged from the conference. rhrcr rartti Rotwllakitf Krom reliable fi (lowing thn e tourceti, howowfi igntflcatnl fa ts th" b-arnetl : PlrstU tn) kaa offered t turn tnte e, Idenee Mseogd, thi StSf) which Kii) nlreud kgs told h t blMSSlf hH been wrllled in Karope alnosi i word. rblrds the 1 sited Mates Ooveraateal hgS e, Idenee rorrobargttgg I a' ttr . ens sect lag 1 Oersasa secret sert lee with the plane t wreck munition htns asd klSW SO Of set lire to munlllun fin tsrlea in this roastry, M-.re level ill. his c erning the OC j tlvitlea f itamtan agrnta In tins coun try are expect d t-dny. IdCUt. Kay probably will be taken lo the Pedernl Building for a conference with I'nlted sta District Attorney Marshall and with Mr Knox. Chief Ftynn, to", will be present. While Fay has talked with rernarka tde frankneas and iia caused the au- Ih, rtttSS t" believe li speech is a Tdind to pal.- in iins country that Virtually uory bsu ihe .truth That he wa a I ! he rolisht In 'he I ret . 'ross for 1,: brav. v? district -despite the ill'. freedom "f pt ..te, t his prim i it has been found word he told has i a. an officer ; tint die . won aii Iron In tin Champssne denials of the i ! . -is s, nt at h's O'A tl en unent ; that he was si request t" the head of the serve and there re.ei . ', rinan secret .1 instruvttoi s and funds with which to country and work out hi come t" this l I for . 'I att.n r muu tlons have bee on ships, verified ill tin am as, r- ways. .larshnll's Trig la w.Mi.ut.ii it was learned that Mr M. .ailed to Washington to talk officials of the Department Information Mtnoernlng l'av shall wa. over with f dUsti. S that evi- detltly had been obtained from ..broad. in thai conference not on!) Mas the plan discussed m return new Indictments againal r'a and his associate, but also fact, npparentli obtained concerning K.y either from the Ambasador in Berlin or from annus of the I'nlted states Oovern nepi in other parts of ESurops aere sone over, Pay's -to- tha hs was a foreman r a machine -nop in Mannheim, Qermany. when the Mar stalled; that prior to his work i here he was employed iii the otfioss of Thomas Cook's ev.ti In Cologne; that he has perfected an Invention for auto mobiles, and that he really rams here on mone) given him In Qermany was found to be true. Tlie reason for Aiy's apparent .hance of attitude toward the I lot eminent offi cials has been apparent for several days He has evln i a eulienness regarding things that happened prior to his finest. Though la has done everything m hi. power to shield men associated nlth him h,. has learned that certain persons who were llled with him have not been as stanrhl.. faithful a. he, He is reported lo bs in the position where he will not protect persona who have tint dtalt falrl) with hi i What lay offer to the Federal finv. Srmtienl wa remains a secret, hut It la ass, led that he told man) additional tintiKs to Chief Plynn and answered questions on whloh he hitherto has been silent New names are believes! to hsvs been mentioned and new avenues Opened on for further Investigation, It I said, however, that Kay had reason lo know that tl.e wen of evidence ha. hern woven so closely abOUl him and some of his Associates that ssesps is Impossible, s,-h,,l ,1a. tell r to ii. it' I'll siiu;s ,,v I e pro-e. tt- lion's side ii seems s. hois, his inschanlt n t II do likewise, Hi irtSin thai Walter Ian and chief aid. hon'ever, wa not called i" to the conference1 yeaterday. Tiie name of anothot unltlon factory which Ire) te.-fued Instructions from Germany to devots attention to in enn llCH'tlon with his Plan for uttacklni fac lories turning out war munitions uaa Browne a fhsns of providence Thai natns WH snciosod bv I n . i lerhert Klensle, one of the defendant! In the bjinii case( In letter which lie arote mom ns sgo to ins father in lerms n outlining the aetivlty of nueh fACtOrles here. The letter eventual!) found n wa into tin- hands of the secret servlos, Women also have piaeti an Important part in the activities "t Herman wen is in this country. They have heen e- ireuiety valuable lo the spies in carry" iiiif information from one Herman to anot her in such s manner thai for a lOllg 'ime the mothod WOS hidden from I the he. ret OSrVtCS ItgentS, I rteRurdlhu the charges made in the I'roviden.'ti toanuii by br. tioricar, Mar CUS BroUUi owner of Fail fifty, ii pro I Teutonic publication, talked at h-riRih yesterda) afternoon, lie called ir. lories r "a liar and a perjuri r," and went tin to explain why he msds the -nip to Englsnu, Clerinauy ami Austria Hungary at the time, according to pr, I Oorlcur. he did some spylnji In ECngland : and asKed Ih ini loaf to eee that he. , Mr. inn. got Home money 1'imih the Amnio- I I Itiniffl Haii Qo srnmsuti "I went over to Wurope," Mr Hraun said, "to oarr money lo thousands or families wnoss w.iKe earners were in COSttttUSd url fgpgOjj Pttyr, ANCONA SUNK BY AUSTRIAN UBOAZ VIENNA INTIMATES; WARNED, TRIED TO ESCAPE OFFICIAL STATEMENT BY AUSTRIA ON ANCONA Specia' Cabt Depnt. f. to Tnn It. Vienna, via lmdon, Nov. 14.- An ofl'iciul Htutcmnt bMUOtl tt.-diiy by the AuMri.in Admiralty rrfcardliiK thl trpdointf of Kht lUtlUin Mp;.m.l.i! M1 Wednesday tT th .North African ci.iij't vn.v.: Thp tmhmarlnA fired a warnlnR wliot irrofn thr hown of tho Anona. a hfroiip.Hi the mtonmoT went full IpMd sthjhftd. In fo doinjr the Ancona fol loW0J tin1 FVrN offlf IdPy t:onunur.i QatttBd tO a.l Ititilnn Mtaiiri at tlirt otltbrtMlIt uf fh1 war, namely, when, phi lletiirrd hy mi enemy I boat thw -ti ii i ner. RsOCsOfdlflC to IhK oithin of tin- Huhniarhv. ehould run away from or mm the lnttei-. TtM M6Aplltfl viuse was tijrine. .' Hi- fubmnrine and flretl at iuJ tlie HtOpped only fter nf.o wa5 hll v--ial tuni". Korty-rlv minuteif wre slllOWtd to the patenters and new to le:.r th jhip. While Ihey m a doinjr tins the (cre-itcst v'1"' hroU OUl HtnotiK ItMHI. In Sptta of the UlM nlloAefl the paenner!' itful crew lo (tet Into tlie I oa t ji onl a few of the boats w : Ft loWeTed .mil manned. This wmn du mainly to the art;on of mcmbert of the rew , w ho hantlly rnwod aw h v , jrrfat proportl-m of the llfeh-iai--. Bernstorff Named Keeper of Huge Propaganda Fund Sum of $40,000,000 for Vicious Work and Not for Legitimate Purposes Traced to Embassy, Says Providence "Journal" Dr. Albert His Aid. Pot tn sTCi, Provltlei.ee o I! t'urj No. 14 The to morrow tiioriuiii; : " fund of mono amounting U tS'een 113,040,000 and $40, beer spent In this country In the be ll its lust four months for propaganda wo:k agalttal the Allies, under the Immediate supervision of Counl von Bernstorff, the German Amtafador. and Dr, Henrioh Albert! privy councillor, who gssprlbSS 1 1 1 rtiHs-i r lo a ottrsol represents t Ir. as the fiscal agent' of his Government, "The oemsj ha.- a pOSltlVS record of the receipt bj Ambassador .on llern .torff and lr. Albert of. at least 110, on. i. nix i hi tiie time mentioned. "The Journal charges that not one Mai of this money has been spent for legitimate purposes, but that all of it is going foi propaganda work of the most vicious description, unc item alone, the maintenance of bureaus for dragging men out of munition factor;,..-, amounts t" many million, of dollars. "The cost or gUBtanenOS r the con sular service or Germany and the ex pense of the embassy reach the vari ous officials through regular channels. which are in no way connected with the fund referred to. ii is believed tiuit he entire .- ..f propaganda iwork con ducted b) Au-triau Consuls and t'oti-suls-Oeneral i- financed from this iiei man fund. llr. lbert Albert was at ris.iii Tt 4l,esl I.....-.I. interviewed in liis of the Hamburg- odic iifiit.iii Building. Now York city, last Friday bj a Jnurtntl representative and was ashed point blank to mate whether me HnonHal iranssotlons in which he had Uton recently Involved covered tsg4t (mats onorotlons the hara.Mi r of which he couM explain in general to the public. 1 rr vib rt Immediately called in a e retary as a wltntsi to the , xnveiTsatlon and tin-ii replied: 'i am Hseii asjsnt oi my Oovern I ment In this COUntl) 0d I am handtlltK oertaln funih f motisiv1 "'Will you ''"H OS wa asked, 'if you snd the German Ambaassdor have Joint fundri in a number of hanks in tide country?' "'What i your purpose in asktn: me that uuestlonT he replied. Hs was toi.i that :he only purpose wss to havs him Stats, if he WOUld so tatSi that whatever joint funds he and the tmbassadoi were carrying and however great the Hum 1 total of these fundi, was, they were being expended fai lawful purposes. "Dr. Albert refused to make any state- ( mem in recard to thli matter, it- was then asked if he would deny that he hod received personally 16.000,000 from his Cloveriimeut In the l.i. t two months, and if he did not on tseptetllbev ." r ielve iiiiouah a New iork trust iiany th- sum of D.OOO.OOO for a on tea' work, "Ai this qusstlon Dr Albert visibly thrown (n iin balance, uuofttlori wa lutsed on a wlrelesi fotn- w as The des- pan h received bj the trust coinpan ie- fcrreJ to. on Hepteii)ber liirouah S i cllle, purporting to me from 'he Lit mus Company of Berlin 'really the Hoi ;iu foreign ifllce Tin- messags road as 1 'Hows i " 'Accordontca Pay up auptlcatlou to ciehtnual llelnrioh Albert. New York. (wo 'mill ) dollars. Notify him. I .ft ..liars Notify him. ire w hen part of me Know by meni Ik done Cttbh elpt of gram.' , 'W hat do you tman hy asking we t a quest mn like that ." In. A 1 lie 1 1 s i -d Iinally. ' Ve mean.' said ihe .hmnxul ivpre- sentative, 'that "Acordonlote" is tin cods won! used by both the iierman AiuiaN 1 sador ami yourself in iMuttniunlcating with Berlin and that it dsglgiiates t n particular acpouul fof which the mone) ! is to he xpemleti.' ! "I If Albert said, 'I icluse to ni.i U statement whatever to tint tmi- .mono o to anybody else i will no iitatomeul no matter what you (leu, illiilt print.' f ii was Immediately after the ex poauie ot tin- contents of Dr. Albert's IHirtfolla on August 1 0 I ha t he begun to receive these grout sums of money." "t'p lo that time most of the par smptory dsffinndi for largo sums from the Poralgn Office had gone fmm 'ount von HernstotlT r ho, within a period of Which pifbahtv w.inhl ttSV4 bftCtl nf lit lent 10 :ae nil -hi bOftfd Ihl An- tona, wt-ie unooetiptvd. Alter some fifty UlilltltM the R1lb niarine was tiblnrr 1 t.i MimnerR be fore a lapidly tppFOftChtnC .-.--l he tlnrelore torptdotd the iteamei', which afte.- inothtr fortjr11v mln litest ftflk. If many of the iWaWtntsffFI loal meir llVfi th crrw of tlie RttaMtiar alone irtwH he biain -il. btnutlaf the hltamer nfter the tr--i waVninu .-ht lied In rU-al of -Inp-pH.K ainl r-' tllf (' b'tat wan bliKf.l 111 tlrt'. The erew IhOttght n!y of their OWI1 -afri tMtNUl "f their duty to MVe fhc piis-enaere, for whli h anipl Uini Wl lloWstd. It Is a Rf!-s l(ieiitiun lo Ktatfl Uttll Ihi nubmaiioaj flried nt Iho bouts mi-! i tli people and on thiMM ewimininn on the MFfftPH of the Hatr. A nnul nltloft is much too valuftbta to a mm itnatiiM for timt. Aitct t h utoeunoi topptd no other hot wna It red, TMI Naval COttMAXUML li week, Inst hef..rr the Hiierla plot, got The i love rum. nt has evidence of the-e larg HOti Heptembar Ji r breaking ut' of over II.SOO.OOO, iti its possession iransfara, Dr, tiumha aas also violently affected with a distressing flnsnclsl shortage and sent the following wireless message to his Minister ot Por sign .flTair in Vienna from Lenox, Mass I " Vledcrhol una telegrammes vom fuenfsahnten tvei n i. h bis zum sech sundswanalggten laufenden monat. nt' hi BUT annahme der von hleslger postver wsltnng slrlhg von sechshunderl ,1ft t. .useful swelhuhdertsschsund 'lerslg dollar ru.i ungarlschs poatverwurltuna srmaechtlgt werde bin ich seswungen jdlsssn sst) sen betrss suru.'ksusahlen Jbitr.. bestastlgung dieses lelegrsmmes.' 'Th. translation of thi messags Is as follow : I i relterete my telegram of the t'th. ' If 1 am not empowered by th" Sttlt of 1 ttie current month to receive the sum of s ". 1 1 . i for he Hungarian postal administration l will be compelled to pa) tiie whole amount, l b,- you to acknowledgs receipt of this telegram.' V or.l. W orrl. re H mi. ,.i m po Tl II .ii gai i ii al a.l- Idliid in ml iustr.it ion' are of .outsi this case, because under stau.-e. could Dr, Dumlwi init a communication to th no ciruum- be address- Minlater of KnP'iitn Affairs- with regard In matter It declared ih.it tlie such a amount i trat.e- referred to was conneited wUh . action through the Ti i tailantt 'ompany and 'hat the referenc. Hungarian iwstal adn Inlstratloi Trust to the means .h Transatlantic Trusl " Th- sfoarNAjJ prttits facsimiles "f let ters from th Austrian ConsuMteneftil hi New York ami tiie Austrian lOPtUl Goneral in rhliadel)hls t" Austrollut. aariiiu w n-rjr rs iii in uii It Ion factorW who have written to these olttclals a.k Ing for an tsptanatlon of the udvertis -ment itppsarlug In a numta i of news vapers which threatens the workers with punishment, and iwn with death, on re turn to their native .vnmtrx unlesi tl ev comply witn the order lo p wort. In factories producing supplies for tin Al lies. Tills advertisement i still beins paid for arid insetted hy CousuMJeneral von Mube the Jo sra of s. "it ih damgndad timt patriotism, no !en th.m fear of punishment, shogtd i auie every to quit his work lm mediately, says one of the letters, ami n-lv.set workmen in ease they do CUl1 work ami hav e no oth r employment to call "ii Hai i sUlbau, i-1 Liberty street. New Vort. Tha lettfrs tel! w.ri men. how ever, t hat t lie consulate Will not Usue csrtlttcates to them to tie effet that they hive left work at Ihe nsuuosi of t in- Austrian olflcials, and rmphaslses the fact that In doing wb thsy are merely ful Ailing the dutv m posed by law Kveu nutktng Imxcs In which ammunition in to he nocckd -t cglled s crime. Conttuulng, v Journal sayn : "An examtile of the m. tlmd- pu - sued in tins country by Austrian font, siiIn in their efforts to compel closest adherence to Austria H unaar uniong isiih nature II sad and unnuturul set! nil- ens in ihe I'nlted Slate- i sh i ti by a pommuuleation scni to ihe .-no- Hungarian Kmbassy In M t-hlngion bs Baron lother von Mauser, t'oueul ' I'ilishurK. win is otH of thi men who yesterday vigorously denounced Ii Uortcar ns 'a lut ami a Heneilici Arnold.' Baron H iussi u i t - 'i pan "'To stop once and forever the wo It carried on swung tin t tout lam in ths t'mled States to tin S'allotml LMoatlUII BOClsty, this imperial and royal I'm SUlate has taken upon itself to prevent tin- reelection of tin present supreme cunmltte "lift sovisiy, Tin- i esleetion ( t he delegates agalnsi Whose names I SSI a .tosh in ths ei.- . loed list must he prevented at nil ,osts. ii nd especially a HtrmiK ami limit' lave propaganda must be carried, on against Mr Itnrohul and Mr. rriUovi.'" AMERICAN PASSPORT RULING. I'nilo.. In l..n.l..n win issae t 1l.r.. ftrr e 'sgrS. , it ,,,. ,M,n , n, Tn, sis le nin.. Nov. II. -11 i.- nltlciaill ,n I nouiicec that a all American rltlBsm ii. the L'nited Kingdom have hiu uimile ! tune to procure uassports the eminiss) ! will nut tw.e on) i in no m y iassM)it. ufXer i lecember 11 IKKN. S, '.. end l ..I HI . .. t ITaniou. tor it 'try urselnB rllmsts, .uiierh . o . lit lull, Slllf 'Ink HI I .1 ell -tit lie - Ite.i. h.it bv "Augusts Sjiecl.l" vlu HUI'TII' RRN KAILWAT. N, i' Otttc,, .'SI l ifth Ave. Aii. Official stiitt'ini'iit Denies Shelling the Struggling Victims. Loss OF 806 LAID TO COWARDLY 8AIL0B8 Niin oi' Ten Americans on Board Liner Wwc I.Ovl. GROUNDS FOB PROTEST. WASHINGTON BELIEF Case Looked Upon an Simi lar to Sinkiiiii' of the Falaba iv Germans. W sittN..Ti.v. Nov. 14. The ease of t..e Italian Hnor Ancona, which has ir T a puz...-. to thA state Department ever sin-e She Wag trOpSdOOd In tho Med -if rrane.iu last Tu flay, wan pi evented in it 111 a new light with the ISSUancg of a statement bi the AustroltungarUMl Bmhassy tOn1ght KivinK thn Oflti al ac count of the destruction of ihe liner, In tli"..s .-'atom, nt the AUStroHungS I risn Ooveriftnont essumes full rtspongi ! blltty for tii sinking of t hs Anoona i This mean-; thit tho reported s'ateinenT I h the Italian Qovtrnment that .i Oer ' man submarine sank th" Ancona will have to i.. supported hy pr oof before it . win Ke accepted g basis for action ; b) this i lover nment, hue the Austro-Hungai Inn statemem . j if aoceptod as i correct, disposes of the question as to Whether or not thi AucoftSj was warned beforu lieing attaekedi it raises still another Usue in Which the United states Government may tr.te v j b Vitally coneerned. In ase it is shown that anv AmetK no. wars killed by tho SaOlual tons4olng of the Ancoiuv that ! is. thai they 'ojt their Itvei on the .ssei a hen she went down rathor than by ! being hit hy shells or after leaving tho I ship In 'if. boats --.: is belli wl ihe t; id ted Klates wili protest m the grouml that the '.eR-et was tortiedoed Ispfore all h- passengers and crew had left her. i IVhetlier .interteaus were actually I osl hi this manner has not boon shown, a the official despatches thus tat- receives at the Mtati Department ha been v 'Tr mesgrs, In thli asp. ' in. case slmlUir to that ,.f ihe Kalnha, tin- flrei ease in i which an American w i killed by iior I man eubnSarlne operations T1 Aus ! trian statemem -a - that after ftfty mln utes the submarine submerged and ior pedoed the Ancona bei auo Vtnpthi r steamer wan nming up. IteiHirts of vurvtviirs have indicated that tins took place before all had left the ship. I'reclaely the same tiiinu hap pelted in the Kalabs .as,- a nd resulted In our Antertctin losing his life. c?oi oer ulna this -m-i tin I'nlted states paid in its note to ttermutiy of .lune Pi "With regard to the sinking pf the. Pa la ha, by wbicli an Amerh an ctt Igen lfist his III-, the Government of the United Ktateti is Rurprtsed to Hm the Imperial tier man i Iovernrneni contend -PS IhSl an effort ..n the part pi a msr ihantnian to est'iipe i ipMir- and secure assistance Utter 1 1 bllgatton of t ha otti . t seeking to make the capture u re speei of th.' eufet) of tin Hves of v.n& n laotrd the merchantman, although tho vessel had neused hei attempt to escaisj when torpedosd. "These a re no t.i w i rcumatances They have been In th- minds of s'atis nien ami luteruatkiual Jurists throughout tiir develppmcttl of naval warfare, and the Govcrntni i of I'nlted Stae dots not under. u ml (hit ihey hav ever bean held I i alter the iwtnctplcs of ntj- mautty upn will "KothliiN but ' tun i- n visted, tore! bin res lot ' Itlghl J pose . utni a n e o' . i. I : nn l i n. ' t ti i esi .ii"- by when ortleri d if Vis t oil It. o sU'p for the pur part of the mer- .i het.i t.. forte chant man has ever tin live icr pasta gers or . es in gel Tin- th vpatch a green v m neral wit slat. eee thai ma ' sum gettl It .' rut n s ,f i io Ancona. passengei s lm , oosei ti I i tn.it ifti v the Ann. , coi tlmu d in i.y to hurry .iff the liner. a stopped I te SU " ng at rami .n, pre the possengvri a s in direct conflict however, with t'- A 0 oi i ,N ' ' ji " ul at erne pi ot ie coptuln of i .e eons n'ho said that he was attacked thout wa plus ami that he aas fit e1 aftei lis had stopped his .s up. i , 1 1 (iii al Issuj with the chants from mi that .i Herman submarine wse rs m for the dssti uctloti of 'he 7.7-; AMKR1CASS LOST. I tl I roused, I H ue a it u i ! in ' ' HrVe ItOMR, KOV, 11 on I c ml ina nC0 ittt bj i lerma n s tpif ' ti Tut; Si it in announced o .1 i hV the Italian emlgrutloll off. that '.'in. person . Including nine American citizens, peii-hed in the torpedoing the iiaii. u traniHhi. Ancona he Tuesds) "iT tie- eoasi of Tin.;.. India nation a rouaed In Italy .it this lurgr death ! list, toil. the. with the 1.. lief that the -nt 1'ine which sanlt the Ancona ' a Herman craft luts precipitated crisis which i UKMcted to lead to a dci Ignition of w.u ugalnsl tin- Uenita i . lovcrnmcnt Italian ulflcisls h. V no cnrvfullv I guns over the lists cf living gild deail laud announce that of thu RUT bersous i on hoiitd the ateamahlp when she was attacked, only -"''' were resouetl. Of ihe hitter otilt om- u'us on Amsrtciitt, In . 'evils i ll eil Thulium Kelson Page, 'he ,-nei I AmUtssadoi, beiisves from the ofliciul I rSPOrtS received thai lie' loiloW'.rst Anier lean cltlseus were losi -viosander I'ntutlvo, hu children I., Mn . Krunccr, eura, l'a.-i(U.'lle Lain III. ssiw Tortisi Affidavit) ar. hcmn ulflccrs ami ias, tin. a the AtlCons : ilfe .mil four Musculo la Ml M s. Ul'j- "in . in, fro. a of ihe Aiieona with a vuiv to presenting them wiih ic1111.1l dui umciH to the CniU'd ai. ,