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NEW POE POEMS DISCOVERED.
THE WEATHER FOi Added light on the Hie and lovea of the unfortunate genius. The story and facsimiles of the finds in THE SUN NEXT SUNDAY. Fair and somewhat cooler to-morrow- Higheat temperature yesterdSja, sdf' 'etuilcd weather, mail and marine repoi VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 77. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1915. bmwrwtoi rttt, t i in n min$ am iiimhi imtom. PRICE TWO CENTS. X. IT'! a .BgesSS mKs3UJitijESStKEl9t 1 bMbI liaJH P '4PatM;. IX af SAYS M'ADOO'S 0. S. MILLIONS ARE PHANTOMS Kx-sniiiioc BoiiriK' Kinds ffMAiuy Bslstice Padded ytori' Thin $100,000,008, KEABLT BANKRUPT, 18 THE CHARGE M ADE Cbflimetldi! Official Book keeping to Men Who Can! Earn Profits. INOfON, Nov. II. Tin" n--I'til. licit) Association, of which . rub'' . -Senator Jonathan Bourne, .ir i 1 prs.i.leiit. rc.-ently engaged hii "xport BOOOSntant to determine Jm" what the kseMict would be in the United states TrSSStir) ( computed On the eame latli as 11 waa under Republican Mhnlnl, 1 rutlona and when the Wtleor. jdBiinietratlon cami into powers rVrreiar MoAdon has made fceveral esBSgea In the frm of the flatly Treasury statement and the RatajkUeaa aaaooia lian rhsrges that hr has dona this to J tsncesl tha low state of the Troaeury's ; (sh balance. Th, rsperl finds that If tha dally -Treeaury aiatamont wan made up oaj ' ai MtM basis tin II was When the I Democrats went into power tha balance ! (Callable III the Treasury would be only It, 17,037, Inetead of IIOI.OW.OSO now tkvbned by Mr. McAdoo. On the strength of the expert's find- UUPI President Hounie asserts that the Federal Treasury when Congress as MBlblel will be "prSGtiOSlty bankrupt" lor th. first time since James Buchanan tamed over the empty coffers of the gftuoit to Abraham Lincoln, Mr. Hnnrse'N cistern, -nl. made this slale- -S-el.l ,wr M"urne IB. Mi. n C laly will axlan. e' in tkaH) word: inajreea saaemblea there prob. be no 'free am", available the Federal Treasurv - using 1 in the sense which used to be aiveti to them in th.' davs bsfore Mr. MrAdou beostne Set 1 el l j of llie Tprusin I . "Folio wins the changing the form of the dall) Treasury statement is almost w exciting a sport us the hunting of tt'K Seine. At the close of business of March 0 the first day of lienio- CfStiC control of national affairs, the du l Ti. usury statement was issued in a form o which the He-use had become accustomed, and it showed, to employ iu own languassjo, a worktna balance la Treasury offices.' of lt,S10,flS, This ayareeented the surplus which the lic pttbllcanM turned ;ver to the Dentocrate. "At the end of that bscal year, bow ever, th( gifted literary genl'j. !. I rttldea over the destinies of the ItrOnS' bov end who has been described as the rao-t brilliant Dnander that ever dug e tunnel under the Hudson Hlver, con- ehided 'hat the hackneyed and eonvan llonal form of the dally Treasury stute neii was too simple and too easily Ulidersl i to he worthy of the great m I ttOH directing our financial affairs, hi luly I. HOI, the dally statement ns 1 1 -ii with a chaugeit Faoa. iii i! form the dally statement af- f.- 1 10 show the 'free and available l . 1 Treasury anil banks.' and the f Uinee' was given as being $111. :o. These are Impressive figure-, bu addlni lo the psychologic effect hl : digic always produce uimjii rdtnery mind the statement went glvi th-' .'total cash assets In the fund.' Imludlt s Hhlllppinee bal. i Treasury offices 'limited tender callable,' on haled stiver bullion, sub- or uns "Tiie; Ikllary m fr.-, ., 111. x l Ui ill. bud diver coin, fractional currency, -ill and all the, other chicken tp Of paper and junk which Its contained, and they roiled .. satisfying total of !0s,sl0,- Benltk ae tigiir. Itene bed . . the I icmoi i a t i b Sun th.. Iter, .truck th ilr ssnlth of pspei tatlon. of national thrift. Prom I i in a r.iid and steady decline orded ; and on September 1, aiS, months after the old form of t:i. nt had heen discarded, an : ige waa made and the daily for that date made no mention si ..lei available balance,' but id Itself with ins more elaotlc i ,- presentation of 'assets' and 'I'll- 'net balance in the gen- 01 (lull oil.. Itat ot SPni rd . ! I.- liabilities, eral fund' HI tben given as lllT.StS." "Knt a liltl more than two years thl. fomt 1 -l ali ment was adhered and on Ur U.. II" lit ibi i 10, 1I1B, the dally Tri-as- i ement announced the 'net bal-; general fund' M being 4tl. I ... following day IRS dally stale- 1 - ' peared with a long and some-j Si volved preface Intended to be I --j .nil in a strikingly mela Itoru nl form SO far an lta figures Ben ,-i red. Without the addition; 0 .. sle dollar to the funds, of 1 1,0 ftatl HQ n,.w sources of rSVSnUS i"' i itu 'in- Trsaauryi with no pro-' mi .i bond issue and without tin in. oi' replenishing Its dwln- i . i- the Treaeury boastsd a 'net' liilait oi Ilil.igsMlss, A iihi i, Has tvnlcs "'d. Mil I' the pen Mr. McAdoo . i h.i.i uonvi rted more than fiii, dl.buralng offioara baianoss available bu4anoa for general .n:al purposes and had also Into i gov, dded r.. i pi'i i . - (. my en tie tlr Tli a . i Isan John I to Mi tht., ke.pli to be treu, I.:., i A' B t . . i the asast. OOlumil futnb. which! ttnetlv ,'ariuaiked tor apeejtic - - and Whloh are in no .sense to atny objsol sxcspi the Hduol Id i n- which they wen given In ' place into the custody of the ' dSSSled by this piece of I i eget dei main of our modern i v I look early uooaston to write I MeAii-io to expose tin- confusion I h -ii-t novel method ,f book I thrown me and 1 asked him Kood enough to tell nu' how thai v !.. lance would appear if ho1 ill e,i the obi form of statatnsnti j tislderuble dela I rsoelvsd an I ihu literary at vie of which cor- i i,, the elalsmite preface to the , . new forma of Treasury slate- j 'oi mil on Third Ptifi. Mayor, Operated On for Appendicitis, Doing Well Rushed to Roosevelt Hospital After Sudden Attack Had First Hint of Malady Last May Before Going to the San Francisco Exposition. WILL BE OUT IN TWO ii p m., RcfiMW in. Mayor Mltrhel In re.tlas eaatly aad Sl rendition I. aatlafaetnrr. Tempera- are, ax.a: pm.e. 1001 re.plretlna 34. tlr. t'harle H. reek. I'r. tV no1 re ft Law Poat. fayor John ptirroy Mllchel was operated upon IMMOSgpfuMg for a sud den and painful attack of appenrttcttls at I :.1n o'clock yesterday afternoon In NoOMVtlt Hospital. Although the Mayor had suffered much pain all day mid the operation was performed at short notice- u quick and complete re- 00 vary is expected. rr. Charles Howard Peck of 1ft West fiftieth street, operating physician of I nooesvert HoepitsJ, who poi funned the Operation, said at 6:15 P, M., ten mln i in-s after Mayor Mllchel whs taken from I the operating table, that he expfcted hie j patient would he ahte to leave the hos ; pits within two week. This, he said, 1 was barring accident, which there Is no ( reason to expect. To he on the safe side, however, and slhle turn for I 1 to guard against any p, I the worse 1 r. I'eck remained all night .it BooSeVOlt hospital, occupying room I o. 1 In the private patients' pavilion. Mayor Mltchel Is n room No. 2. adjoin ing, while just across the hall. Mrs. Mltchel will he In room No. I. on the Tenth even 00 side ()f the hospital. peed Hfrovrr) ir. Peck ami Theodore D. Roueeeau, ih- Mayor's secretary, were confident last night that the Major s excellent physical condition would stand him in good stead and help his recovery. The Mayor. : always an athlete, fond of Swimming ! and riding, has heen in tine fettle from bis mouth's hard work at the business men's ramp at llsttsburg. In fact, Mr. HousseSU said last nltht. he is as hard eg nails and It will tak more than a lost appendix to keep htm In bed very long N,aoi Mltchel hail returned on Sun- ; day night to his home, lt.s Riversid 1 Drive, from a week end party at Ooahan, N Y., where he and Mrs Mftohol were the gttesU or Holrt Ooelct. Many) of the party rode horseback part of the ; ' day. and he was "feeling fine." be said. when he telephoned Mr. Roueeeau that night to dlt uss sonic of the multifarious matters he had on hand for the next , day. A few hours later. DOWevOr, me pain 1 commenced, ami to his .li-vust Mayor Mltchel found himself unable to BO I down io City Hall to preside at a meet ing of the Hoard of Setlmate to hear the argument of Bulnbrldga Colby, .counsel for the New V.nk Motor Hus Compsnyi in repl: to the Interborough and Tiiiiii Avenue companlea' objoctlona ! to tl.e nen bus line, Ho he called up Mr llouaseau and told him that he had ' such persistent pain thai he would be ' unable to get down for a time, and asked ; that ireorife MeAneny, President of the Hoard of Aldermen, take his place in I the chair. rtarward the naln Increaaed and no intonM that Mayor Mitch, CLAD IN A SMILE, j VISITS A THEATRE Broadway's Iiateat Myatery is, What Beeame f Mr. Faa kiilly's riothos? Hours after the police ami an sm ' bulsnca surgeon blanketed the very, ! very nttds form of Psroy Kaskally last i ,oh, to the eatlar of tha New fork Theatre and removed blm to a private room m the Polyclinic Hospital the i emulovee. in the theatre building wire till trying to puzzle out how a man whose stutne. or absence oi n. was suitable only for a DStSrOOm OOUIO Si'i himself into the bassmsnt of a Broad way theatr. without being observed. Mr. Faskslly Is an Rngltahman who dealt' In railway supplies and live, with ki. wife at 7" Baal Sixty-sixth street. The engineer of t lie New York Theatre Mulldlng. John Jones, discovered Mr. Paakslly at :1 I'eioek last svsnlng tandliuf Just by the door of the an i gine room and wearing absolutely noth- iiig but a fiieietly smile, jonea inoutea for help and employees came running to the cellar. They had no difficulty in handling Mr. Kaskully, but neither they n"r police knew what lo make Of the situation. He was aide to tell them where be lived, that he was 40 years old and thai he was in the railway supply busi ness, but regarding other matters his mind seemed to be utterly blank. He couldn't remember where he had come from or what he was doing in the ttl lar. He didn't recall Just bow long ha had been 111 the cellar. Hut the greatest mystery of all was the absence I life Pn-kallv's clothes. He didn't I seem to think It at all remarkable that be was wearing nothing whatever. The engineer COUtdn't understand bow Mr. Paskally ever got to the building In a state of such complete nudity, and yet there was no trace of the clothing to tie found, although the building was searcjied from cellar to roof. Jones said it was Impossible for paskslly to have' burned bis clothing because lie. .lonea. had been in the furnace room and Fas- kalb had not been near the rurnaoe at any lime. The police Joined In the search and they also gave it up as a, had Job. The clothes simply were not to be found. Pr, Olenn removed Mr. Taskally to the PolycllnlO Hospital after ascertain ing from Mrs. Faskally that Dr. II. C. i 'owlcs, under whose care Kaskully has been recently, desired that his patient le sent to a private room In the Poly clinic. Ir, Cowles, whose off OS Is at 17 Central Park West, visited Faskally later in tha evening, hut was not able to learn what bad hecome of the miss ing garments. Mis. Faskally drove to the hospital In a limousine and saw that her husband was comfortably cared for and that apparently he I'1"' suffered iSi ,erloa.s harm from bis curloue adventure. WEEKS, DOCTORS SAY ! went P. lied nnd Mrs. Mllchel telephoned ; Or. WooflrulT I.. Tost of 310 We Ninety-third Street, the family physician. It did not take Dr. I'ost long to else up bis patient's case as acute apiwndlcitis which probably would POOUtrs an Imme diate operation. He sent at oivce for Dr. Peck and for Dr. QOOCgS Kim-reon Dfenei of 1 Basl Sixty-fourth street. ' It was then :i o'OiOOk. and the Mayor a pain was Increasing ntoinetitarlly. An smbtltanos was summoned at once snd the patient was taken to Hoosevelt Hos pital. Dr. 1'eck riding with him. Mrs Mltchel telephoned Mr. Noiisaeau at City Hall, telling him that tin1 Mayor was t be oiwrated upon for append efitttS : once. Mr. Rousseau first notified President MeAneny, who automatically baootnoe Maynr during Mayor MltOhel'S illnei-. and then with City Chamberlain BrUOte snd Fire Comm (est oner Robert 11 Adam. son hurried to the hospital. Htsoi after ward they were Joined there by Oeorge V. Mitthui, the Maor'e law partner. Mrs. Mltchel. her mother, Mrs. John Mltchel and the Mayor's aunt, Mr.'. Henry D. I'urroy. had already arrived In i the Mltchel automobile. The, MUrty at once Joined Mayor Mltc! el and talked for a short time while t ie operating room was belnn prepared. It a little hefere r. o'clock when thy airtwii. aim I jusi a. .11, ine .Mayor was wheeled from his room to the oper ating room. Tile actual operation was performed by Dr. Pooh who Was aselste.1 by Drs POSt and Hrewer. In all It tis.k al most half nu hour, and at g 104 tha Mayor, still under the effects of ether, was wheeled back to his ioom. Ail con cerned s greed, thai the operation gave every promise ComptstS success. The Mayor came ottl uf the ether at 7.1' feeling sore and upset, hut as Well as one opuid expect. Out-torsi 0itlmls.tl. How Optimistic th' ph.vHii-ijtnti t ill fthoWll whn. flfte-t-n nllnute after the OfsttiOfl had heen complfted. Dr. Pork and Dr. Peat oume down to talk to nsvTNPHef meti. "Kvf r thlni looltf vory pnNnlalM" tHld OR iVck. while Dr. T'ost iilh(l aNNt-nt. "The opsfMtton wmn to hav bern quite -in OHfuL Mayor Mlti h ! came tl'.rixiKh finely, ami it lookn an If lv WOllM rally Just a finely. " In rersp'iTiMe t InuuirteH whether Mayor Mltohol had had ther Attacks of ggppondloltlfl I'r. Pocll and Mr. HoiiHHeau eXptalltod that the only ttltM h hud reasi'ii tn RUSDOCl anything wiotijt with htfl appendix was last Ma. ' Then for a few dayn. thv airt, the i Mr noticed a pain. Ud 1 m rp or alarming but mifttclently penepiitiie to tnnVf him t COflftUlt lr. Ie( k, imperially . f the pain til in hi rijfht tide, about the region of the appendix The Mayor wan stbOUt to hae for San Ktam leco to represent New York city .m the open ing ' tits Panama Paclilc ESapoettion, and he didn't wunt to he taken ill en ' route of away from home Mfo you think I'd better have it OUt ''' hr Hr-k'-d thi- surpeon. Or. PecV looked him over anil derided that it wii quite nafe for Mayor Mltchel to K' ' to San Kranrtsro. Mr went and the little pain did nil come batch, ho until yesterday the Mayor all Put forgot about it. ROYAL MUMMY HEAD HER' FAMILY HOODOO Explorer'a Widow It 4 way, Baying It Killed Hit lllisbuiiil ami Son, I'ittsbubo, Nov II Because bee husband and son have died since the acquisition of the mummy skull of an Bgyptlan QUSSn, nearly 1,B00 years old. Mr-. Jer- Batiman of tag Neshsnnook ! avail Ue, New OastlS, hSS donated the head to the Carnsgle Uussum. Mrs asumsn ssy. .he believes that j the mummy worksd a apsll upon the members of her family, and she n hope ful that .-lie can lireak this by giving the bead away. Her son died four years ago ai d her husband died last month. TltS skull 1 that of ijuee:. Hat-hep- ' Mitt, or NataSU, Ol the line of Thnthine. j it was unsarthsd bj Mr, Bauman in i September, 1 ;"!. while he and Ins wife were travelling in i.irypi. rne nana WSlghS annul ne pounds, and is coV- I trsd with a brown hlack cloth, which ! is glued tight to the llesh. Opsnlnga In the ciOUl show glistening eyes, and It is believed that they are polished agates. Tlie ears and markings of the faos show distinctly, i QUesn HstshspsUtt, according to Mrs. Bauman, ruled about U7s B. C. She followed the reign of Aniasls, of the , eighteenth dynasty, who overthrew the Hykaoa, or shepherd Kings. Amasis's I sou Amsnophis, or Amenhotep I., bsusms me patron saint of the Tliehau Neciopo- Us. rub riHitiuosis, ur rnotnmss i-, next to panel rated Into Nubia beyond the Third CataSaol snd also into Syria as i far as tlie BuptirStSS, Queen Hatshspsutl followed her fsthsf and ruled with her brother, Thothmss ! II,, and independently, she ih olutr aOtS Hied In history as a most energetic ruler and one SOOUStOinsd to have her way. I Tradition tells us that moving a I body from Its native soil and tomb will bring ruin to the holdSI'." said .Mrs. BaunuUI to-day. "1 did not g-lve this much I bought. I did no' like the bond, . but my husband seemed to pln.-o no be- i Uuf in the supsrstltlon, j "Tlie eyes SSsmsd SO peneii ating. Tliey j were a kind of aotale and sparkled dimly out of tin- folds of uloth. Four years i ago my son died her- while my hUSbsnd and 1 were travelling in ( ;,-i niauy. We. camo homs at nine. This may have , been a warning. "l.iist month my hUSbsnd Was taken I ill. One night H lille sitting in his , hall ac OBllsd toy nsme and live minutes laler he was dead. "I am through wt'i the head--In his I notiw of nu- Ugyptlun trip Aii. Bauman calbsl the head a treaeuve'--and I will I feel safer Willi It out of my Inn no. W sssmg to aavi wo sed ita svll spell I kera.- 'WILSON IN TANGLE OYER WOOING CRITIC President Orders Burkitt Ro-I llfttftt&dj Dp pa rt in oil t Bii n . jrlos Matter. HOME HEAPS IX PANGEA rtfj Finnl Action. Sin RoVr. Aftor ProMdpnt's "I'noon tlitiiMi.il" Orilcr. YVasiitnmtov. Nov 13 President WH- I son took emphstlc action to-.1ay In the! . case of (Jeorge Hitrkltt, SSSlStSnl post master at Wlnnetka. 111 . who was dl-! Nt'JJfl t lill i)ll With (il'I'lUan.V mlssefl hSUSIISS of remarks made V bim Critic lalns the President's engagement to marry Mrs Norman Qslt, The l'resi- 1 dent at tlrst ordered that Burkltl be re Instated If the technical charge of 'MIS loyalty to the President" was the only reason for his dismissal This wan fol- I lowed later by the announo ment that j ' :ie Pr.-sident had ordered Hurkttt re Morrd to the nanti Rnl po.-tmaeterhipj nnoonditloiiully. In ttie miMtitime, however, the Pnt t iftl. e Oepartinent had Intaiei a utate- niant In whieh Aasutatit Pcattitastera Qottaral Hoier declared that tht De partment's action Was not haed UPOQ CtitlOlanM of the Presjident'fi Intention to remarry .Tr Itoper contended that other cliarnen had received prltnary con e'deratlon and thai UurklUn remarks Were "simply an incident which alone would not have been smlttcient sround for hll removal." Mr. Roper made the nirprlstng ht.ito- mnt tnal final action had not heen: taken m the OMO, that f Jie matter Will und r Invest lr at Ion ami that In tha mean time "Mr. Burkitt stands uspendedM I tip to u late hour lOnlght nu fortn:1.! I ntatemem had been :HUfd by tht i1-': Office Department ietjtarttinfl t he I'resi denti sect md order for unconditional I reinstatement, but t eras naid thui the Prefdent Hint r U' Hons would of . oiii.se be fallowed in the i ase ume Men Mn.v !. .loh Ti.e handline of the Burkitt ran hai ' resulted in h muddle Which t deplored by the president's friends, Mr Wilson j has heen ureal ly nnnieyed by It and it would not ht Surprising if home of- I dotal headt fall into the basket SI i ! result of the incident. The situation w.t?1 not Improved so far as Post Office Department officials are concerned by t he day's developments. There are statement: In Mr, Koier for- j mat announcement to-day which tu not set, m to jibe with those contained in the ' original rorrespondsnop, dmlniStratlon OfBdalS were early ! aroused to t!n- SdVisablUty of t.tklris? imniedlettc action and at -oftfcrence ta--tween Prenldent Wilson and Secret. r Tumulty wn fotto-d by the announre- ; roe tit that Mr. WltgOn hoi direct c: the reiiiMtattment ,f Burkttt if the charge : of dlslO) alt: to the PresllU III w an t he real reason fo;' his dismissal, it ap parently w ui after M trera rne evident that tn" Post I ''ti Dei irtmetit wub aoinK t in eet.gate i.'ir r.tsv further that t h" second st atement came from the W hlte House announcing that itur kttt would be unconditionally restored. Prtends f the President mphaslged the fact that the action b tlie Pot Office Department had been i a ice ri en- tireH without President Wilson's knowl edgs and the tlrst he kt.eu of the Inci dent w aa When he read of It In t he papers. .l.trmrnl iff -Mr. ltoier. is the statement Issue, t. Thl. is Roper The nr pe rt in nl Mr. iCtlce of tlie I'ost i nV I i... is to ttirow every precaution 'gainst publicity in dlBclpllne caeea, a- it is not intended that any dors llcl emtiloyoe. .hall he persecuted, but when the employe.- involve,) dellb eratel) gf-es notoriety to hie ease at .1 publishes his version of it it some times becoms. necesaary, as in the Instance of thi ssalstant poetmaster at Wlnnstka, III., in order that 'he public may be fully advised of ail the conditions and clrcumstsncee which prompted tlie Depurtment'e action fot the Department to make public the facts in the case. Numerous charsee wen- preferred against Assistant poatmaatei Burkitt. and ii is understood that all these have bssn duly prteentsd to him by the postmaster in accordance with llie civil eervtce rules and orgsnlsatlons. Some of the ohsrgSS ari Ul substance us follows : ttemovel from tin official time book in the Wlnnetka office of his time record as aaslatanl iioHtmsater cover ing Ho period from September, li'lU. to January i". lsit. without author ity, This offence he also admitted ami upon demand returned the time sheets, and his efficiency record was charged with a"." demerit.-:. Thee, time sheets elearly show that he was taking time olf m excess of his annual vacation, to which be was ici entitled by law. Oflf to lleltioilNlrute A(oiii,l,He. absence from tht ing sn automobile of tin postmaster when it was linperi mam in tin- office, office demons tral -lutiuR the gbaenos m March ki. 1913, tlve foi' him to re lle admitted thin offtMit'e and hi emclenc) record n as eharged with 100 demerits. Improper forwardlni of mall. !h evidenced by complaints from patrons, which whh uIn brought to his atten tton und for which ' vu demerlted. Very unHMtiHftK'tory service bih! in sfflclencyi M svldsntted by corrections made by tiie Post ' 'ftlce i lens rt meut mi Hevrii monthly reporti regarding posts i Ha v iii km t ranaaotionst showing that every item In these reports rs gardlni the number .t ti ansactloni wai Incorrect. On One OOOaalOn when he was re (ilireil certain hours, the iOMm;imer dec la rev. he bsoatns very imperti pent and demands ot the postmaster his ssjthorlty for making the assign ment, Thli oonjtltutad deliberate In subordination; shloh in iiHeif waa iuf Hcisnt ground for tit removal. " Tlie postmaster Htaten that the us Slstant IS too much kiteri'Hted In out- nitie affairs. Including an oil agency, to take oars of his ilutieM properly in the post ofltoa The poatmaaior uiso Htaten that he WUI Obliged to htop the tltte of the pout OlIlCS DJ the mswlst- ant poatmagter in connection with the oil agsnoy The oosUn aster oouoludos his states meni oi ohargea as follows; "in vit w of ail the aggravating ati OUmStanOei With WhlOh I have hoen utiiiK"i to contends bis disloyalty, ln Hubordlnatlon io: Insitlolency, i rseom Ctnitlnm'd on Snornl I'apt IIIHK1TUKV WIMIH 4.0M LINKS Houthern - e HQtoli m.ii i un . ,i tioa. H-,,boAi-a air isiae. 1114 U'd way. N X c. att FF?r ts AND MA Y M. P. SEES DOOM Sir Arthur Markham I Vlls ominous "Sccrctiuvv Not Mim to Win." PEACE SUGGESTED; HEATEDLY OPPOSED rmpossible. Bonar Law Replies to Picifist. r.tfitt tepuiit to Tiu. Bes, Mov, t"'. -sir Arthur Mark IsSndom j ham the Tfouse of Commons to-day launohad a spirite.i attack on the War flire, charging frauds deceit ami lying. Ife SOOUSed the War OfflcS Of not fulflll inif it m promise to 1 1 leas' DOVS of be tWeen thirteen and ex teen years who have enlisted, Sir Arthur said he was co:iIiiceei that the AJItaa would make no progress Ui the ' war a.- '.opr .is Taord Kitchener remainl in the War Offloa He declared Kitch ener "WOUld never take advtCS from any- body whose opinion dllferi from hie own and persjgtently bullied every man witn whom LM dlsa(freed." "Kitchener in not trie man.' aaid Sir rthur. "to bring this war to a sue- eesful oiciui';on. " s; i -hai u s Tfevelyan in a paci fist spee -h det lured that if the Wai was to be derided by attrition i lermsny could bold out for nix .'sriii ' In the Bieantlma" he said, "what jfompr to happen to .reat Britain s- nd the rest of the world?" Praer h Nruollstion. 1 1- admitted that Belgium must be freed snd Prance get baoM Alsa-ce-Uur-raine and that national. ties must be re--:.r-i. but In itked if Mere was any thing humltiatlni in trying to svctne ihe ends bj nagotiaUon. infad f fighting. widr. a Honar LaWi Minister of the I'aloi.ies, replied to ir Oeorge query b) .'taking' "ifc.e anybody believe ih: fjormapy WOuM ISStOCS ls:o-e and fa inndunt!l i he is baatsnf" l1mm,ii followed thta counter ouenf, . ai.,1 ,ni,.n i tie aheeee '.wo sht.it. of "Yesl" isiuhi be beard. The Minister continued : "Hoe anybody suppose this Qovsra I mem would tiot Jump at the earllsst Opportunity of ending tin- war, provided ll could end it In the only way con- , alstent with the Qpuntry'o honor and; safety ."' II, admitted mat the coalition had not .ucoesded as well n. tie had hoped, but 1 added there was no alternative Ite-! ferring t funhw Rtplalnis about th - .utmresskm of news, in- declared titat .Ince be had aeen In the Cabinet notning ta-l la-en aithheld whloh lie thought was iii for publication He said there hi: been a tendsno) throughout to magnify ever) little sucosss ami to hide every I tallurc, but he asked tin House to coil-, vder how much that was due '0 t!te llovertimottt and how much to the news-, pa pel s. He renaiied thai after tha landing of allied troop, a-' kuvla Bly in August all th,- newspaper, treated it as a giea-i vie t -, i . Yet the Government knew, he said, 'that compared with what was Slmed at it SMS ' great failure, al though adtually a partial BUOCSSS, In Plnce nt Trnlh. The fioverninenti iv I the Imprsggton of a vl thereupon isHu'i .t i-,, i ivhai hannened," he h iii (level ring that tory he glveUi ful account of "aiming to eor- red tlie Impreaslon Pui the nexi morn ing newi pceasrs proclaimed that tn yards had heen gained on Qatttpoll Tie Qovernmenl Is trying to improve tin situation by now arrangements, a member of the Cabinet i going to irrance for that object " itonar Ljaw oonfssssd he hail been completely wrong in his astlmatss re vardlngths wai Me had never tliought, tie riant, it WOUlU iHSl US long us II ha. e ei'tlieleavs. lit' aKierliil. he sa w ! o reason for discouragement. lie con tinued: "1 'he neutral countriee have become oolivlnced t hat t he ierrnai i Powers are going to wm. i believe the) are mis taken, hut the fact it noteworthy, and the matter In atltl sufllclsntl in iloiibt tn make svsrybod) Intoiurlfy his tfforts it i succeed." T, P, OC0nnOT llsaKreel With Tre- velyan's views, saying; "Nobody in tiie United Kingdom ought to talk peure." Chairman Hodge of the Government laboratories condemned the (lovem- ment'a weakness in dealing with '' ritnes ami tin1 Mid Mint. He declared 1 1 he most e . il i . suits had "ueen i -a used in Prance by the utterances published I hy ihese "Jeremiada." He criticised i tie ml II tan wbss, eaiieolaily " Ihe maiter ot fo.nl lUpply rr the army ami navy and in ammunition, He ridiculed the (.government's inapt tors of the inunu fSCtUrc of shells, some of whom, he Saldi are nutohors and hakerp. I JUDGE LINDSEY FINED $500 l.iillO of I oh temp, l,i t BBS of Woman ieenseal of Murder. i DsHYBgu Nov. IB, Ben H. Ulndeey, I Juvenile Oourt Judge, was adjudged 1 guilty of "wilful and malicious contempt" of oouri by Plstrlci Judgs Psrry to-day' anil ordered lo pay a Hub of leOO and costs Judgs Mndsey refused to testily j In the trial of Mrs. Berts Wright fori I killing her hUlbSIld, UlStrlcl Attornev! i Bush attsniptsd to compel Utndssy to' 'answer certain UUSStlona regarding , I conversation in- had had with Nasi Wright, eon of the defendant. judKH Undssy koi a thirty day stay of execution. , l.osll llrltlah Iniimllle. In ll . gafasl faSle pMasfr, to Tsm srs London, Nov, II. Ths official iintish cuaualtj lis! for ..ii fronts Issued today aiten the names of twsntyeeven officers. lioin lOlll leell Here Kllleil, and l.USil j-n.iii. D w lioui Ml were killed. rT7rr tit tstt FORCE HAND OF GREEK KING; KITCHENER A T ANTWERP Foi-mer Firat Lord Declares French Government AlsO Had Part in Arranging Expedition Accepts Re sponsibility for Campaign at Dardanelles. Ionikin. NOV. 15. Winston R. Thureh III tOM the House of 'ominous to-day that he took Mm full responsibility for the InoSptlOfl of the pHrdaiflles ca.m paign, He refuel, however, to shouldei tiie blame for the failure of the expe dition o save Antwerp. The blame for Mils failure, he frankly told the Par liament, belonaed to Ieord Kitchener and the Pren.h rimteglste, for with them, not With Mttti had ftrlginated the lda to che- k the Uernmns !ti that fashion. "Tlio Dardanelles ei.terprise,' aid the former First lxrd of the Admiralty, "I regarded a a legitimate jramiule of war for a prise an incHtirnahle value, which tliero was a reasonable Chance of Winning On that basis I went before tYm IstltslSlfteau satsssl f nil rs.imli. nhj.ty r1r Initiating that enterju ise " "I w on t have it said," declared Mr I Churchill, referring to the Dardanelles attack, 'that this was a civilian plan foisted by a political umateur upon rc lUCtant ofth-ers and experts.' The galleries were mied to overffowtnej When the form, r navy chief, who ie- I signed from his ottice as Chancellor of I the. Duchy of Lancaster and thereby : from tin- Mlntst ry last week, took the floor t" make hi much heralded expl tn- atori statement, on the eve of his de ' parture for the front to fight with hll regiment In Prance. As Mr. Churchill took hU neat amid cheert, Premier ASQUfth stepp-tl forward and. referring to ium. ni ; "1 have always found him to be a wise counsellor, a brilliant colleague and a faithful friend. Hr takes with hlni in leaving the Ministry universal good will." Trl of Uitttrrp I'lana. Regarding tshe sVntwsrp egpsdltloo. Mi. ChurchiL said mat It was not ur i angod hy him, but had been planned by Kielil Marshal Kitchener and the French Oovernenent. He was no eon terned urith it or consulted until t h" i : TunKeniente we re advath'eil a l'ng way, and until the LroafJS were moving or were under orde r- to move. "At H midnight onfei euro. " iuiuI Mt Chun-hill, "I learned that pliers for een'limr a reMevi-pir artTre tfr-n w--p, already far advanced, were be!.iR oor- eider.d Ir. concert hy Kield Marshal Kit hener and ''he Prenoh Uovernment, but that t tii lied not el reached the polni when definite offers 'r promises could be made to the Belgian Govern ment, and that the earns afternoon the Belgl it government had telegraphed t;.e Held ar-rj arm prat 'ally abandon ;he defence The llntieli iovernmnt were all txtremelj li-;rised by tins de clulun, as It seamed everything wag ro ma to he thrown iwa for the ake tif three or f.u days of oontinued resist! anc "I offered o a t-- Antwerp to report on the situation, and the offer was ac- . cei 'ted. i crossed Immediately, and i1". J next day, after consultation with thii Bslgihn Qovsrnment and British fluff I Ottlcers it Antwerp, I pfOPOSSd t.'Ie- j graphically that t iie Heigians should I continue resistance, ntii thai t':e British) ..ml PVench Kovernnients should sa- within three dayi whether or not thev could end .i reltevlni force, and Its dimensions. "Ill tile event they WOrg not able to send a relieving force, Great Britain wa in any eue t,i pand to Ghr-nt and other points 't the itnie "f the retreat British troops to insure the afe retirement "f 1,1 Bel a lane, Himultansounl) Grsai Hrlt aiu was t. encourage tlie defence of Ant vetji y sending naval suni and h naval brigade and taklna other minor meas ures. These proposals wi re accepted hy iMtt h govsmmenl s- "l was Informed of tin- dimensions of the srmj to ! sent for communica tion to t ne Belglsns and was told to to everything possible t" maintain the defence mealiwitile This 1 ual With out regard to the consequences' in my iiri1 Seee One Goad Hneot, Mr. Churchill argusd that these ope rations should not hi- regarded si an event which led only to midforlunc lb- believed that military hlatorj would hold ib;i' the consequences conduced to iiu advantagoa "f others in the wt'i. as the operations led the Germans to believe large arm) aftS arriving from the ea "i i i true,' added Mr. Churchllb "that t bene operation! were begun too late, but thai WM not my fault. On September ii. nearly u month before, I drew the intention of 'render .s qulth, Karl Kitchener and Sir Kdward liny to the dangerous situation dsvsl oping ai Antwerp and the grave cottas quences to Admiralty Interests which me loss of the fori n ss would ente il." Turning to tin- i tsrdunelles, M r. i 1 h it rc hill said he wan not going 10 tr) to prove tha' ttie piiin a. lojn, o was the t best that could hsve tieen adopted. Leant In rj to prove that lit matter was not of all was Iii- e,miK ids roeiMinslhlllty in h great one "i am itonuarnsd to make elssi ItoUSS Slid tiie navy," lie said this enterprise n'; profoundly. ately considered, and that there ureal v.. limn- of expert opinion ii ; that it was framed entlrsl) to the "that tduboT. wax it behind by e- perls and technical minds, und thai lit no oiroumslsnees oould It be rewarded ae ba inr been uirfartaken wltii -'ate. lesSlieSS or levity." , nrden Inilornetl Mo.,-. Mi. Churchill said that before mxui aitacii was undertaken in uffsred to provide transports fot 10,000 troop.- from Kftypt on the chance of their being WAllted, bul was informed thai no troops were UVSllabis, and that If the were they snould not ne used In Qalllpoll, The naval uifaek was indorsed by VlceAdmlrai Cardan, who was in oom mand at tin- time; by Ihe War OuUltvil, which Lord ltsher attended ami sliei-e nobody spoke a WOId agalllSl ll- and by the rrencli Ministry of Bur In The third attack was about tu begin on March i. when, after cwieuliatlon with Admiral Bubeck and 'b-n. Sir an Hamilton, it wai dscldsd io nostpons It iintii me troops were ready, n- opposed delay, but was overruled by tin- egperte. He rather Inclined hi apeecii to erit; ciee the Ions peilods which were al a rkwwtr nr s r IN KITCHENER RULE TO BLAME - CHURCHILL lOWed to elapse he! we en i he itttat k Ince tin- arm) landed. Thounh frankly flUnr the T!oue (r Commons in so many words "i am re ionsih! for ihe Dardanelles campaign' Mr. Church lll'i declaration was marked I: on passage tend ins lo reduce his owti restionhiity at The SgpSfUM of Admiral Sir John Kislier, who wan Pir.-t ggg Lord When Mr. Churchill was KiiHt, ini of the Admiralty. Me ass.. rted thai Sir John. Whllft Op poseo to a reduction of Gresi Britain's ndvai strength in home waters, "never eritiei.ied tht method of attack on the' Dardanelles." ii" added further, that he did not rorehe clear guidance from Admiral Plsher befOfS th. expedition) a. decided upnti, or the firm support l WhlcV he waa entitled subsequently. I rnnntlna the i nut Now. "If we bad known what we now know of the cost of the military operations I cannOl think that any one would hsive hetdtated tu face ihe hvss of piestise In- volved In breaking ff the oieratloiis." j Pointing out that tin- iiritsii army , stood all eutnnier wit !ii ? ;t few inils or a decisive vU ts..ry Mi t HlUrchlll j nmpliazised that on no Other front coultl an equal advaOOS have protpjred ' comparable errateKb renults TT WOUld have etTed the fate of the Turkish : apm oti th prOfJlontorj miht have determined ths atUtudi .'t the Balkans; CUt off Germany from the eawt and saed Serbia Throuirhuot the year he had 1 urgsd the Government to do all it could hi tie w et, but in any oasa t take j Oint.intinople while time remained, gpea king? of the stiuation at pret'Tt Mr murohtll a;d : "W are the i ieerve of the allied cause ami the time ha come When that reserve muM he thrown full? into tiie scale, The ! campaign of 1918 wu governed by the hortai;e of munitions and Ihe campaign of 1J! ought to be deo.ded against Ger many by reason of ghortage of men. n is therefore vital to Great Britain and1 a matter of honor, a sacred duty, to in crease and to maintain the mim'oerp .f her armies m the geld, "Bulgaria and other small state have been hypnotised hy German military pomp and precision. " They do nrrt see or realize trie capacity Of the ancient mlshtv nation aaainM whom Oormany ii warring to endure adversity, u put up with disappoint men and mismanage mem. to r.-neiv their etrenstn ftnn to u i u-l.l, 1 mIIu. aHe.rii. ... 11-1 ..lltll- men) , ( :ias ei "W. I an l II 1 he-! f the greatest rsuse for whl sr fought. h ni l" .ne tatsslng through a win probably be swss tar, but that Brill be bail Urn i before It better, if I 1 h ive no I onl endure and persevere, UDt WW teer CARSON GIVES THE LIE TO SIR EDWARD GREY Sn ll Quit When i abiiiH DenorU'd st'rlN Policy I lirt'i' N wks Later. spttia) t'ab'e BeesslrS l I'm I London, Nov. IB. eiir Bdwai d Mr- eon replied In the Houae io-da' to the ststemsnl of i 'omniom 1 Ir lOdward ilrey, the Porebjn ffeci week, Ir. which toe no decision regarding the ltiilkuliK had bis a i Sir Kdward) left the "At ttie I:. Mt war 00 l attended," said sir "my opinion was most etary mads I sat retai said that the situation in taken when ho Cabinet, mmittee meeting Kdward to-day. I emphatic that a 1 decision bad been arrived at. it founded on the advioe of out advisers, thai it wae loo late t let'lston nllttarj i assist , Serbia. "I niyneif protested Willi all the warmth possible that. nav'-nR regard ' our pledges, if that were po, Serbia ought t. ne told iti order that sin- might take mil h steps as she thought III to preserve hsrsetf from absolute destruction. "I left the Cabinet liecauae dselslnr.. if thai is controverts fact l ,ay i discussed the ipi.-sti-Mr. Bon&i io and Willi Mr Ueorge, two ,f tin- Mlulsteia t that I as a II Ail 'a Uoyd w hoae ludgmeut I most tebed on In the Cal net, aa.l they certainly never dlaaented from that view. "Bach of tiles,- BfJnlstere has -ubu.it-lad a insmoranduineon 1 1 , si.i-.i. and it' my stateine.ni is eonlruverted I itull upcti the Oovsrnmeui in Justice tu me . pr, dues those memoranda, "InirinK the week thai followed I WB, rfftkei bj lrssnisr tenutth t" revoi -elder the questlOli and n1' snuoum any final dsvMou until after sou thSr meet Inge, and :t wsa nsvei euggete, that 1 was laboring nude any ileluelon wliMtso' ter. I am tin refoi, ubNgid ' i Bive Sir Rdwttrd I'lrey's etatemcnl tin ntosi uhaoluto contr.idUilon i can "The mattsr went on and M. Mlllersnd, the Ktiench Win Minister, cam, ne. wub the view of inducing the tjovernmeni to ohauga its Hiley Hventually lion Joffro came .'t o It Wae not until att--i that, nearly three Weeks afliwaru, tha a nolle) was anuouiicd io tlie i'ruinier III th. a Bouss. "What was loo late three auks before whs in time three weeks sftor. Thai l nil I desire to sa. I think th. t. upon Hie whole, one who has recently Ir" (he tjioverumeni ahoukl say as little ne possibls regarding what he letirned when bt the Qoverilinsnt . but 1:' in. position was srroneously put hefori aountry ' think i have the rigtii 11 plain." Premier Asuulth, who entered House a ill Edward was iinieliiugi "I rSgrSI that I'd- BUbJsct li., m Introdueed when our position pun of the world la kill) one of tha ex- aid: n that very great dslloscj and dlrficuky, Intny and i speak wnii tun knowledt in- Ion of tin caee -there whs no ili.ii,. in uui to gerbla, and there never au "!.'!,'? decision tint in could nnl aeild ti in case "f need. Trisipa ma) n been acid to Halonica. bUI the neiii i ' Alexandria to be isld n r.cas for g'hatSVSr SplierS they ei i.e.-i sniploysd in sooordluv opinion of ih giltllar) advlserg-' l hav. wen read: lUld I " in Un a t is- a . rr ! Di'sM'i'to Position of Sorl Army Itrinsrs Xou Plan. It. MEN TAKEN IN BILGAR DRIY1 1 1 French in Soutli Reported t Be Driving Back Invaders. BRITISH PlfKss has FAITH f KITCHENEB Hints That He Will Be Able to Bring "Turtiious Ruler" to Reason. a threat by Greece to iiis.-.m, any allied troops seeking refuge in tircek territory has given ih' Entente row ers much anxiety. It is underatood that tha Sntanta Powers arc prepared to force the itand of the tirtek KlnK If In- refuses to give then every aiu in his power, From Athens romen the report that the Allies have decided to send an immense force to the Balkans, and In ion of this QrSSOS will he Hsked to substitute active cooperation for her present policy of benevolent neu- trallty, xtndon etfltorigJ comment rexard mK the visit of Lord Kitchener to the Near Best indicates that one of his chief objects i to induce King Cos stamina to throw in ately With the Allien. Terrific losses ure by the main Serbian tempt to hold back ids lui iiiiinedl- bciilK Muttered army In Its at ths TeiVon and Bulgarian forces closing in on ;t in list rici west of Nieh i Tlf mountainous ' IWB.RIII IHlira HI r.eiioi jr.-iri day 9,000 snys Jleff reports (be capture of nearly Herbs. Too Bulgarian report tin- forces under lien. Bojad are capturing Serbian soldiers at the rate of l.iino a day. Turkish pams for a new drive at ihe sip Canal preparatory to aa Invasion of Egypt are rep., rted In deo patcbes from Rome, which mid that it is believed in Constantinopla titat the Kabier Intends to in- m tin- otto. man capital to Witness the start of this expedition. GREECE MAKES THREAT AGAINST THK ALLIES lli-il.liiii 111'VS ,ftlel li,irlanee lo K Iti'lll'lirp', ,IIi.nIo. LijNuon", Nov, If.. Tie pn ss and ii.- of Ureal Britain nr.- pinning their hoprji for eventual Oreek intervention un th- side of the Allies upon lrd Kill rtener and the lUcceaa of ui- mdssiOB to tiie Near Kust. an Important '.actor .!. n'hli Ii said to I-, .ci effort to -nake King Constantino view the war in a new tlghfi ,n IntUnatlon af tiie Oreek Uoven ment tiun an) Bntente allied troopa seek i lis refugi i.i tlreek terrltorj win be diearmed hue been the cnise of consldee abb- anslet) to ttie Entente Powersi and cjnaeiUeni Karl Kitchener"! Neai Kaat viait icaiiis atlded lmportaue. a cordlns to tu lated deepaMhes from Athene, flroec buees net deolslon on kjp teruutlnnul law while tie Rratente Min is.,. contend thai Ihe right accorded i is.ps I.- enter the country throu(k Kalotiica nerinlts then to ratlri b the bsuio route, should u become necessary -m ao The newaiNitsrs ttiat KlU'hener'a re Hellenli court will deflnllS decision ami and uneaslneai th.it eapreea confideneg i .-. ntaiions at the bring Qeeece to a end the unoertalnty now- attach i her rn.i t inn .. the (talaan campaign Ii is s.i.t that Karl Kitchener, in pie aentlna the Uliea' position lo King Con atantlne, will call bis attention to the fact Ihul ItUSSlB, Krance and Qreat Brit talm in Iglnnl Bntente Towers, are the guarnntora of oonstitutlanal goVarg. melll for ilreeee. I'n ier me terms ot tins agreement of tut earlier day Ureal Britain ceded th. Innluii island- to Ureece, and the thr. 'nljower Jointly agreed lo oontrlbuts I (1,000 i ISO, il i year to tin- private purse of the King of ureece, ll lias already been contended that King iVinstantins in dissolving Parlia ment tu set rid of a major. t oppoeed to hii, polic) lias overriden the f'on titution, Ths renerul view is voiced by the I ViI ife' tUf.i'f. Wl cl lays 11 seem. I probsldi tlin' Karl K.tc.irue: hue gun j out "arilisd with full powers io brine .. tortuous rule! (Kins Constantlne face io face with a distinctive alterna tive" Tin- pnper contlnussi "The ueeuran 'ea of friendship tsndsrsd ! h) Klllg nonstsiltlne', latest Cabinet are noi tvorth the paper eotles thent. ill V iranchery that has the Breath tnai v of ths gross been perpetrated toward BerblB. "Karl Khclisnsr has encouiitsrsd tide i o .1-. Ilyan tttlna type vt character in othei regions, und should undsrstand ',-.-,' to nine, ;t i.i i reakonlng, larl I KJichsitsr's mlsglon ha.- eompietgly .teadied feellns u the allied nation near tin- Balkan difficulties." I DEMAND GREEK PLEDGE. till... Insist on lin,r.nlrr for Be 1'iirlti of i'lielr I'oreeM. ,'jieriol raS'i fissgafsA tu Tun st v Uhvoon, gTov i of the fleWv VaU Th.- orreepondgm Allien, t lee'SlS' at I.