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Warship of the Future.
"1 THE WEATHE Changes in types are likely to result from lessons learned in the present war. Read the illustrated article in next Sunday's SUN. tin. hair to-day; to-mo cloudrV Highest temperature y ester est J. pare Id i totalled waathar, mail ana in VOL. LXXXII1. NO. 84. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1915. ,,v,ivh,. mi, h ' Put Amtmtm. PRICE TWO CENTS. TEN NEUTRALS ARE FOUND FOR DR.BUENZJURY riirM Questioning by Roth Sides of Talesmen in Hambunj Ctie CITIZENS ABE FORCED TO REVEAL SYMPATHY i.-nountfl to the drat iintiorunt acssa " i redersJ trial af Oanaaa cllia (tn.- charged with soasplracy to injure th" I'nltrd Slates by tPSSId "Sanos the I :; ir began In which AmSttllSII citlzeriN were eotnpivlled to biihwit under gain a lethsr or not then- foreign s y i u - yathlei for any waning nation would ur.H thsm t" sol ax Jaryntvn resaltsd ). da in mi unfilled Jury ikx after two court Has rioaai the eJEABtssting or tin ( ol tsleamsn before dash ami un ufni precautions in esaaalalai the sjisaaen Phi i ui was that r Dr. Karl Busnaj BSUiasing director of th. Hatn.iurK- Amerlran Line, who wo indicted withlfro,ri eth.r HsmoarsAiasrieaa ofllolssi on the Clare.' of conspiring to defraud ths t'nitM states by obtaining false Hear - ..nn r for sails carrying nipplli a'inr Cwiwn warships, once the venue-Is had T .. talesmen of eonnoiKriltan birth 1, i I led W ton tli tn.il w.ts tMffUII I,,' I 'hiIkI S iifn 1 tint rh't tnit t ie V JuUffe H.ti l.tnil It Hmvi llWtMld ill h i tWOfn iti ffrouiMt, hm ..- .111111 m f.-.h-ra'. MfN, wert Oftilcd t tne ht.tnJ llttft) 10 bg iwom sttid then QUMtloninl. Ir Wft Miany mm '.nm."e! fof OIM wide the 'hr wen- convinced by the man- t n - of mswrrinc. or even by outright 1 Irt.tMed ptatemonti by the talMrocn thMi , nn would unnocoptablt w a Juror! thai th Jury box wnn m rKeiilv slower in nillrigf than in uu:ii in OovcrntMnl aatt. tierman amr on I'narl, An unuausl number if men arlfh Osr n 1 -i n 1111..H wmt.. .in ill., tkiiii't h..ii kinvever muM w.i- ut to II en sill for the d.i. trlth ten nten In the Jury box -two et s 10m niay he ehallsngsd todaj one of Cie acespted lurors waa of 'ier- fflim '.,rin or dsacent. The foreman of the jury, nn the other ha:1'!, proved to the satisfaction of both thai whatever ha may think of the fii-. It will not affect his verdict, even tROUgh. he Is the Ainerlc.in born son of 1 Irish bum father l an English bef-' mother. All the other except one 10 well- accepted upon showing that tK"V could act with. .'It prejudice were f. tlSf Old Ami'i' Ml Knglatt, Irish i Tin exception w. no isisamsn an stock r Scotch b . born In ahi . i r the BOnS rn parents. Ireland. tendency toward St I Sat corner war time oratory . .. bstng examined. As he talUed on 1 in William Rand of Jeromu, Hand d Kreee'i who with Howard H tlana 1 Edward s Bandford of Halght tsndford rsprsssnta the dsfencs, felt im- 1" to remark : "You understand, don't you. that the Uelllon to be settled at this trial by i is not which side I- right and rie is Wrong in the war In Ku r"p yaltt will dressed younr bu-n.-s n:. . i:...rKc Herbener. Jr.. of IT. "est Nltii -'.f:h street, who was bom here, took tlie stand ie tranh with you." .Mr. Her b Jr., aould licnin in answers kt .1' 1 again during that part ,.f hit I on wlil'h had to do with the 1"'- "1 ex of his forsign war sym I" (UTsctlng hlfl VSrwOl in a case br iu bj ths United states sgalnst Oi I'ltlsena rhafged with oonsplrtng to defraud our ilovornmsnt. 1 usfessss in I'rojudlessi 1 'lie potsntlsl jurors answers Bo . the form of a certain hssi tatliid in mner of reply, which finslly a Mr Hand to asl. Impresalvel) "lo 1 uudsrstand you to aisani Mr. H- .n tint if you win called upon 11 ender a verdict on ihls question of ijenna - charged with defrsudlitg ths L'nlleil states you are afraid you could !..' ilecltle In a Wholly Impartial way '" vir Hsrhsnsr replied that io- was If raid that in- couldn't hasp his prcju il - wholly apart from his verdict. "You were born In the United States Mr Herbsnsr?" Mi Itand. who ousailonad iiie tal. nn i for the dsfencs, was quick 10 ask ii lie usual perfunctory qusriss not otii.v where the talesman wsm born, bill ;h Monallty of bis wife as wi ll Had Ibi 'le-u'an formad an opinion annul liti ' iropesn war and. if so. would thai c' 1 influence his verdict ',' Were Ihe - thai Mr Hand usually asked iieal When- were the lalesmun'1 p,,r r born? Would he give the dsfend- -.line fair treatment thai he r a peel himself I he. uu Amerl r v. . on t rial on the same charge s t fnlted Wood snd Stales ' i rrei (attorneys v. 'otter he tlovernmsnt's side of ihe labli Mr. Wood, who did Ihe question tin prosecution wanted to know ihs talesmen were acmiainted 'ol. can Ambassador, with 1 loj i;.i. Qerman naval attache, or "ii Papun, tiennaii military al ts, h. ' ii agnis fashion Mr. Hand's quss Ho i hided qusriss as to whether or tUlSSmsn knew (he Itrlllsh Ali. ti ii a ,.i sir f'ourtsnay Usiinstt, for- ' l lirltlsh Consul here. Mr. Itand ( 1 momsntar Intsrssl one,' by ask- rgl V rainier, later made f'.re IhS Jury, whether or not Mr. neW unj one connsotsd with the ' I r Morgan 1 tea luryineh seated In the box '" .uu was adjourned at 1:30 BFnev .t.,, ; I ra . Palaier, forsaaa, Horn Ion ,.i Irlab'KaVllall parents. TlBI i" . . rnrpuralloM laigsttur tor ihe riij ; '' 11 1 'ill Mevander uveniir. II ' .1. tli.nl.. iilin M i si u.-.ih slreeli ffllreil ..Ilk denier. Kuril III Ireland. 'Ii i Plies, iis H i d i.'.ih slrret, thut lienor. I'urents born In Srnllun. I Uveas I' Keune. Vew Vork inunttger li n Hml.. pliiinldng II r it, . with ufgssi s i- Hrosdaay, tmerlritn; home nt N' R.irbillii Ueurgl I, MHlOB. Mg Pril tilth it." i. bsteaaiaa, taisrisag, 111. hi, r, V,,) Inn, (in West tori). Se . ei,,kj . .re, real Isfgts dealer. Hora per n sgrsatl Imrn In Ireland. I .1 ward II. geolli a.lll M est 1 ,7th trri't, lolloa hrnlier. II, rn here of Sansli bora In Inslsnd. J . I,lr, vis West inuih Co'tLiiHid on ,""( I'ngt. DOCTOR'S BILL OF $99,568. Mr. Nne'a llaeci.liira .at inrr- t I'dm nn X .... Mini A doctor tun fur tl,Ml against Urn "Hint., of Mr. Nellie M. Nn.-. who died March !. ISM, saving properly worth un disclosed In the Hur- about 1 130,000, ragatra court past artsy aUsn the ex ecutor aaksd the Snrroate to construe the will. By rns i if 4 i presented hy Dr. Joseph i West lOIxt street, win, : says hi average sttsndad lha dsesdsnl on an ol three t hnen :i ilay fur font yearx The aSBeUtOTB have rejected the j Bill, but are Willing to have the amount t payable determined hy the Surrogate. The will made direct bsejUSBtS of .l7,- I 000 and g,lVe half the residue to Itohert I Csterson and ttM OtbSf half to the I I Prssbytsrisn Hospital, Ths rascutors I I have allowed claims of lll.tilu and tl..10 I SS oh for Annie Unyle .mil Annie QUlltn, raspeGllvely, fur naming Mr? Nos, Thsy ' wnnt the gurP0gSe to determine whether they xhall Nil real estate valued at $100,- ono to py the Bequests. GERMAN DREADNOUGHT SUNK. fM VVnrfthlp lilt II lit r lit HH lr. H'ort Mrn l.nul. 6jMCSJ ' nhl ftf tfhttrh f,y TtIK St V IdOMOOtVi Ntv. - I rit nawoai d road noiu? tits It Htroyetl ftftet strlk'us; i r Qornuuiys reported do mint in the TI.Lltt three days ano. Th- news conies t if ihnit if ail's corrospondsnt at HtMteniiiMi, wno says that ins ropon a rrltstbls soitroa, All of t he crsW exrpt tbir are known to have lMen nnvnl. t if HOI known whether the mine wan of Qorniaii or British oriiriti. BiTorui were made to save the itilpi but itei slowly foundered. CANADIAN SOLDIERS BATTLE WITH POLICE Vlo-lit Riot in streets of Lon anil don. Out. Piatolg Brlfka I sed. LoMPOK, int.. N'o'. "2. Had idood which had existed bstwssn ntstabsri of tiie Thirty-third Battalion Csnadlan ex pedlttonso forces ami the- local police culminated tonlghi In rlotlna. Fn. over ilir-e houi Miusds of police f. ma lit humtrsds aoldlsrs, the latter I einjr armed with brick, and cobble. atones. Th, potics Brad many hots from then- rsVOlvsrS, OUl depSMlsd mainly on their dubs. As far si can he learned no one wm shot, but several loldlsrs Were taken In Victoria Hospital auffaring with fr. -tured skulls ami die policemen wars badl) hurt The Thlrty.thlrd men are due 10 leave foi thi front shortly and aimed to wipe out .1.1 .otes with the poiive wfore departing. Th troublsa started when i traffle offlcsr wsa knocked down hy a party of soldiers. Pollcs Bsrgesnl M IVmsldi who cams to l is subordinate's rescue, wan struck on the head with a brick and laid ."it. Five policemen succeeded n .irrostlna one soldier. A cordon of police blocked the entrance to the station house, and growing hard press. I draw their re volvers. The soldiers tore up the pave ment for ammunition, Plokets 10 the number of 1 80 were despatched from "imp. but bslng unarmed we I unable to quell rioting Outsells wind Sir Sam Hughes, Min ister of Militia, thai rioting hid got beyond Hie control of their staff oft! cars. The rioting continued, though slightly diminished, until midnight, CORDITE STORES BLOWN UP. Ml e Riillillnu alans niaMT l)eateayedBp nn HttOmlOS' ork. it.. Nov S IY. ons I'ABRf BOt'NB, Story buildings Were d SXplOSlOII here to-night the i Canadian Bxploalvss occupying noarl) thros i troved by an ii the plant of t'ompany, Ltd., uuar, ml lea at Nobel, near here The explosions occurred slmultanS" c.risly in all II VS bulhtlngS and this led ' to the theor ihat 11 was the work of foreign enemies and not uu accident These one storj buildings have been USSd lot Ihe si. .-age of cordite, which , the company has been manufacturing In large quantities. ! The magazines Were a mile and a half i fiom the manufaoturlna plant, and it is believed that. Willi SXPSptlOn of the lllgtll Watchman, wiio wai uninjured, no one was In 111. V . Illlt)' of the build ings Troops have been despatched to guard ihe works. POLICE AS SWEET SINGERS. Uhoraal IV immU I'lH II (ill'l- Ol Ml lll Ill'l 4 lull or of Koree. Tin havt both. In all ptilb i Kb any the of New Voi k are Ki ' R lo Blub or a thorns, perhaps I y. the grs Kilns' 0 sinu. going to Sl.lttOII ll'.U'. S llll'l dele. I bureaus thsrs war rand last ntgai a gem rial a der from Commissioner Woods, requesting any member ol ths force1 whoSS VOiCl had heen Ii. lined. OP who bad a voice worth training, to give his name Ul he idu u i rter- It was Intimated thai a concert would be gtvsn text spring, Virtually every mis untied in his name as -non is he heard the order, for having profited lltel) bv lectures on how to take .are ,.f Its f it and on food values, ths force is ready to follow Ilia Commissioner In an lugg'Stsd attach on tl itadel of nil. Nobodv ai headquarter last night knew more of Ihe music programme than was revealed bl tin brief oiil. r. Inaulrsrs w ere r mlndsd, h icver. that Hsnry Jay Cast l 'oininissloner nods s new sec ret r though! thai make a pollc. i- a rare mini) i si, II was perhaps Mr. CSS llliglil chorus in good in Hs wa as tin- pOllOS balid. DETAINED AMERICANS FREED. . a i llrltlab llelei.se a . ,i r.tllsed I'lll ens lnt.cn .roll. snip". SaerisJ ' sill Dupale Is Tin: Hi s. i.i.Mio.s, Nov z'i -iSinile Hishlks and Herman Krauss, two Chlcagoans, nl ill illad Amel leans taken from tile Not WSgiall Bhlp K risl laliial'Joi .1. bound 10 New York from ttsrgen, at Kirkwall on suspicion lb'"- lhs asre Qsrmsns, I readied Kilinhiirgli Inst Kriday. Tne Atnerii'iin I'hnhasey hors Bablad i ihe State I icpurtinent to settle the I stains of these aissngei s Heply wan received Siitidav . IV tl, Americano Win 1,-iO.c.l within uuple of hours RICE HOSPITAL TO BE HAVEN OF REST! Widow Who win Qlre 000.000 IMnns to Seek Those Xenr Itrt'ti ktlim n. SERVICE WITH HER cash Intends to Go Evpry Hit) to AM tt Comfort of Thop She Will Help. Mrs. Isaac I.. Rlra will simiui more than Ii,g0g,9g upon the hospital for convalescent" which -he will erect In memory of her husband, the submarine lioat manufacturer who died on Novem ber 2. One of Mrs. Rles'S Ideas Is to provide place to rest for those whose ' nerves have been strained to the break- I Ibx poll I to the hurry and noise .if New York life. Mrs Rica has don. ouch to muffle tn,. city s sounds SI pies dent of th Hoctotg fOI the Suppress. .1. ..f I'll-, ne. wiry Noises. "There arc so many people , th'S ! city." said Mrs, Rice reStSfdsy at the Ansonla Hotel, "who miirht be avell if ' they COUld Ket reel III time people for whom our mode of life Is too Wearing i ISSChsrS, for Instance. I kti,w two! teachers whose health was not quite broken who might have been relnviKor. ated if we had had the Isaac I, Hie Memorial Hospital fOI Convalescents. It ' Is for people like that, who are rIvIiik way In the hurry ami nOIsS of New York, that I shall essreh. When I tin. I them . I ail. ill Ms that they go to the Itice h., ItrftSl fbl a good us! and a new lease of life. Will alio More Than Maaey, "I am going to make the hospital a ' real memorial, by giving eer gay soma I ..f my own work to it. I don t think that I Jusi giving money would make a real I memorial that Isn't enough." Mrs Itlce said that her slg children J I would helg? her in watching over the ! hospltsl The hospital probabl will occupy a, , site ..f seres in Westchester county. though a .-mailer site in Uppel HstWlSt-1 tan ha 1 been considered because of 1 Ile cent fan- f..r i- ting rslstlves. The' ISntatlVS plans call for four buildings the main hospital bulldlng( containing 100 bads and msny small rooms! ad ministrative building; servants' .inil bursas' bulldlna and powe house. Tm main liidiiiK nrobsbly will be addsd to Int.i. Tin plant will cost ii"lt ItOO,- 1 The isiiilng will be I devoid to endow in, nt . I lent It. Hsfl III Fifth avenue. Is the archltSCt Ilrrlllf I I mt I 11 it iik Tiilu. The Anal ntaus for the Rice memorial will bs decided on at meetings this attrr noou a: Ht't:i Israel and toni0hl at ih Ai.'iua. Thus far tbi tentative dU rectors select! hi sMt Isaac U UU f snd Isaat i. Barnett, are Stirs. Rice's brothepi i.ornx u. s hwertn snd Prof. Morton sArendl f t'oaimi.1.!. Mrs Hlce hat- decided on another memorial if her husband in the llbran ..f Bates I'otU'st in Lewlston, Me., which save Mr. Rid the ilnurre of tltM iitr nf law.- sht surprised lresideni Oeorse n Chaae "f Hiti", who called yea terday, by telling him thai eh- had decided tn give to Bates Mr. Rice' collection of loo volumes of Kronen ntetnolrs and hiv. Mr. ICt-ris rJealgn a hi I ; I Rice memorial room for them to the col legs library to he culled the Uaaac L, Rice memorial room CUTS EGGS TO 25c. IN CHICAGO. Dealer i iinrki'ii ii iioni. i i.i'Huiii', mm Ur Hiu Mhlpme nt. Ciiicaoo. Nov, 12 Two bu id red oases of oku of thirt) mtii ritcago tu-ti. Phllad Iphl t denl market, Mr dosen b) W who Is He or) ton were put J. Honryi s i e to brsab mm nied bead" quartera at the Brlggs Houas and was seen almost Immsdltitsl) by Mrs. it. II. t Harrison. aBcretar) ! the Housswlvss . LsagUSi and other womsn, who indue. .1 him io nonssnl to sddrsas a meeting of warnsn to be .ailed later. "I am here to sell klK' at & CSIltl a doaen," said Mr, Henri PASTORS FIGHT SUNDAY MUSIC SteliOtVettlt riillmlfliililn I ender, sars ii- vi in fimi lold PtttUAOSIrftl v. Nov . L'J In Ipltc of the united opposition of i lernymen of many denominations' i he Phlladelph la Orchestra, uudvr the leaderahlu oi Leo pold stokow.sk., amiouiiced toda) its de termination to earr out sat plan to give Mif.- free guilds) cinrts for th bene fit of work I nun it u anil Others , HX the name 'inn ti plan was being 1 fuither attacked by Presbyterian clergy man of tin ult in a muotina called especially for that purpose, Tin- clergy men say the concerts will sci ss i eedgc im an open Sunday and 'he beginning i of paid amusements on tsundaya STOTESBURY AITS G. 0. P. FIGHT. HBlBBiOB it.' ttnnl" "1 00.000 ,rt pU . Baveallaa fHILAPRWilS, Nov JL'.- 1 T. SlO(e ... nonssnl Of the oai i Chamber l.ll'V. lead of lOexel t 'l" lav to serve us treasure ' .l Ifrn . "Ullli.l lee of Ihe i 'oininei, ... M'hlch IS enileav orltig ;. raise ioo,ooo, ths amount rsqulrsd to put rhlladesphla among the oontastsnta .for the llepubll, an national invention I next year, Alrxidv 140,000 lias ism pledged and the cliamber'a members and bust- , no men generally srs dstsrminsd to I raise the rem., tiring 100,000 In u short I time. ' McADOO CHAUFFEUR FINED. M cre.HO 'a V He Maai i laouernted I ..a. Ice. ! s EUPTIMuaV, N'O -Mrs. Willi. ,u, i. M. Adoo. dauglUir or I'resldsni Wilson, will noi be Kummoned i.eforc a Maryland country lUStlt'S lor violating tils speed laws in thi' dash of her automobile through Savage last wadltsaday. JUSild William Oosnell of Savage lias stood Arm in ihleldlng Mrs MoAduo H ' did not ieKrl har lo I In- liepaitment of Justice ai Washington for "burnins up" the Washlngl'tn Houlsvard, Ms uarsfully explained i"i four days to inquisitive Inquirers thai liisri was tm ohurgs i against Mrs. MoAdlM In hll court, hut h, lid Hue ihe chauffeur I- sud cuais. l .il sTA MPHt'l . . i ifta I-. vi ii mi .. u BOUTH Kit N It A 1 1, W A V 1 riiw I n a gad list! ns.in pgi,tloll alesplnl ear Nea V..ik. Aiken i a uuivs, II. I'll l ll we $50,000,000 CO. TO SPREAD U.S. TRADE national City anil other Hanks Henri Movement t Kn ttfyjV InflneiH-e. WIU DEVELOP Rl'SHM South Aincrirn Also to lit-nt-fit From Vttl fommiMrinl Plan, I'laiip for a 0.1'iOO.ftOo concern to bring Amsrlcan capital into the dsvelop tnsni ,if foreign oountrias, sspsoislly Ituss.a. and '.hi purchase on a larse seals of forsign government ncurltlss nr.- heln worked out by tne National City Hank. it is probable thai an announce tnsni w'li mem is. forthcoming, snd thai linked with the enterprise will lie Ibe names of Isms of Aniei-.o's leading bankers and bUSlnSSe men. The Na tional city Rank is not the only insti tution in the interprlss, although it ' believed In Wall Street that It will hold a controlling interest In the new Vh Hire nther liirite banking institutions. mnaoiy me uaaraniy itusi company und perhaps the Chase National and ths First .National banks, may enter. Prominent !,. In It. Among the prominent men rei'rt.l' as interested are Janus J. Hill, .lames Httllman, chairman of the b-,apl of the National Clt Hank: Frank V. Vander lip. prssldsm of the Nailonal fit) Hank; Interests connect sd w!th the Kirsi Na llonal Hank Pen y Rockefeller, C, . Coffin, bead ..t tin ttsneral Blsctria I'ompan) .1 Ugdon Armour, ctufriss H gabln n.i Atbsri 11 Wlggln, the two ia-t named presidents "f ihs ttuaratgy Trust Compan) and th.- Chase National Hank, respectively. Chartss A. Stone of Stone a Webster. I tost on. may head the new compsny, wiin wiiiaid ir Btralghl a vlce-presl deni. iitliers who ma' be ome !lt j nn- Include tjeorge K Haker, .1. IV : 1 01 can and I'yrus II. McCormlck. ! While Mr Vanaerllp. who i- undsr ; st,M,l be the moving iplrlt, refused 10 I make any ststsment yesterday, it is , understood that the Intention of ths new lit, 1 concern Is to develop the I resources of several countries 11 is planned to Interest and Invest American capital In rallMads and provide the means for the- intriss to do las san.. for thsmselvss through ths msrket nn; of their sscurltlas m thi- country. Il .- said that ISS.OUa, of tiie capital lock or th, new coinpsii) will b offered ! to the itonhholdsri of lai Katlonal Glty Hank and tint the ten, under will l laksn by individuals snd km Insll- til-. .ins. It bss long hssn known thai Mi Van dsrllp I'.as iieen a rlrin bsilsvsi iii Ihe future of Kuesls provided tie natural re sources oi that country could be de velop,.,) oiong s. Isntlfli and soonomhs imes. chins le snot her country which oiYets I, rich return. Be vera I of ihe uirgsr republics .a' South Amsrlcs srs In need of funds i . develop their minerals, trac tion properties. Ac if American capital is ever to come Into its own in South Amsrlcs, it wae point, si out yesterday, It has an sgCSllsnl chance now while British, French and Herman competition has been obliged to withdraw bsc'BUSS of tin aar in Rnllrel e Plan. M I' ll SB this c Pllltl oloposed b) in entirely new other countries. mntr i- Amerl a i his K especially ned ths i-leTK l e.iri flaai man the (Viweri of Europe foreign projei t execute have uij t.-l the capital in provstnerj t.i.it. ti and countries w Vli' bf t l .ere im- ontem- I mil t he r. si.p! ha e ln-.-li W a r ami "t ai if) iiiK lo Investors. Rut t he a Huron hss left the . Bank it he re lt.tereste1 In niacins Amert an capital at the disposal of promising foreign projects ; lear th Id 10 csi i OUl i heir plans. The fertility of, skis held uf rinaticlat OneraUotlS Is eeHliilly e.nhaaeutail as M'Kardi South aVmetica at ths pi seen! time. sfr. VatvderUti as Uie leader and othef bankers hers have f.n f.r a long Urns that .t would be beue-flclal io American Inter oats t" give American in vestors a batter evQunlnUtnoe sttlt cer tain South American e curitles w hloh are niirei unknown in this country, it is known that on,- of thi- moat Im portant of these Issues in the a H tats of thogs who sTe IVasterliig the new plan Is Argentine raiV, hut there aiv usher slinl iar tssiits which are Hated on the Lon don Stock Exchange and arc unknown bore, The Nations; ty Flank u In .m -ostisnl iwsltlon tt enter into this si heme through ths fact that II recently took over, through the National t'Hy Coin- pan) Ihe International Han kins or porntlon, formerly controlleij h) the lute ( itn Thomas Hubtwni The Inteinii- t tonal itauk'nc tororstton has nearly twenty branches In full operation In ae nearly is many dlffreni countries, a factor which will give the new 150,000, SOU concern an atread) established medium through which to work, WINTER'S FIRST SNOW FALLS. ITai I li.rrlen see,, I rum . H'a lallea. I'u.vers. Th nrst anoa-falli of the autumn - ! thsri were two of thorn- -arrived v slcr- d.i nftsrnoon, making a ipsolal esrlilbi" ! tlun for trartslsntl In the tallest tow. rn of the town. Natural!) prophet glimpsed it in the Weather Bureau's psrch, HI feci above the street level on the White hall Uulldlng, ThS Mrs! Maker whirled around ths faiasrvatory at u t ami con tinued Intermittently until Hits A. tn tampsraturs saj not under to then thi. flakes did in. I reach tiie sidewalk IntllCt, I Aw i) off iii i lie circumambient enough w ik I sei ii to Inspire a vlslou of glcliclnng :u , an asroplans. Tiie second flu. rv ,,f crystals cams at I I tit, lasting, in apui ts, ubuui i.-n nilu litis, Wsaiher r I 'eve of llackeii- sack, who prsdtcted on 'Uctober ' Unit ' a snowstorm would coin, along on No vember SI. was el d with his success. AUTO KILLS LADY RICHMOND. lOiialUlt iVtlSt'S Hire HiMMlei QtOf li (ur llrlVOg hy Woiiinii. "ie-cirt 1 utile lttpti h n 'I'm , LoNlsiN', Nov. i.'. ThS wiU of Ulr I WIIHam Ulaae Itlohtnoiid a iie kiatcksd down i an autotnobtls driven bi s woman yasieriiaj tl Mam nersnikh and died oi har lujui leg, stir wiipam Itlttbmond martiwl ia tan.' itiriuutis. ths daughter of William Iti- imnl. of l anllff, in IfcUT. Ms Is an art 1st i who hss been a imufsasor si Oxford anil Ihe prsgMISUl Of tne So i Olsty of Miniature I'liiULera. m sag oom in i ii- TEUTON FOOD CRISIS 1 UNSOLVED BY TURKS' Onl Meimre Supplies Willi Come via Xewly Opened Route. Sny Kxperts. Wvl! QEH M A N PEOPLE Furl her Iniierial Ri'tilntioit of Prices of Stnple Artieles Now Kpeetel. i .,..,, VmbU fy SSlCS t Tnr. Srv. London, Nov, it is IhjMi trad here that ihs food cris1- in fjsrmany is rsachlng alarming proportions despite the strict Mnsofshtp oi 'he Osrman 1 roveri.mi tit. Which is unable ip dlSgUlSI the facta reveal.d In all lierman news P "isrs Hint i-iiiie 'arte. Tins,, ttswspspers davuts columns to th- fo.1,1 01 olden, . riots rSIUltlM from it and Dtiesa which ,in soaring all Ihl I time, serious trouble is occurring In BUM) DltkSS BS 'a UMlSgUSIWI of the shori nr.- and the udvsrtlslng oolumni carrj -cries of annoUIMSmsntl of what suarriles ur ind On account or ths I lack of foodstuffs substitutes are offered in the shape ..f ohemlcal preparations' i will, h 'are heina Invented daily. The LoaalaNSeiger displays In a slngls i Issue advertisements of artificial omelets ' and butter, chemical honey and inarma- ; lads, artificial coffee, milk, sgg powder, st.trcti nno syrup. heneellor onnaela I'eople. t'opuhir Indignation vsnts itself on the -.I.-. ,. -. who ale hi. lined fipr the high j pines and af BOWIBld of BpSCUlatlltg In I the misery of the psopl. The Bbolsl ; Democrat! protste,l to the Imperial j Chancellor, Dr n Bethinann-HollwsB, demanding Immediate actlglt, and re I reived the foltowlug reply I nne in iieoi'.' ojai i n, M.mm , . that i he expect. n.o .f "iir enemies tie- t us able iquer ua by itarglng as out will ultimately be found to t. baseless, the) thoutd also keep si ways prwht in their minds tn.- 'act mat tits ns t r the t'Ost ir living .t etne wnat tf iiormai not dus "ieiy to ths rsphsasnslbaS oovo I tousntiss 'i ths middlemen but rnthtr i it to be attributed to the nutto natural causes, nueh as tii Hiarei.y of fOOda 1ifr .mi peoples participating in this 1 v.tr in suferti i Tntrr or less from the h.prjo-r foM of ItVillSJs "I am convinced that all i-artlef si;: be at oi with the Oovemment in ' this, iiamoty, that to oositinning to dte ( cuss ths besi means f ieessnlng the. . I'o-tt of ihe nocesrarles of life tiny tii j remembei t" practise in home Just as In tb- Held that sense of saorfsOs and , nsrolam whloh it- charactsrislto of our I tr. otf-. qualities hii h have been the 1 . ry found atioa if .tir uT s t to ins prsssnt, and whKh must remain I our primary uatU'tuil prlnolpts untii tne lucceesful Issue "f : campaign has been s itlevod Th. Cologne OnteMe'j columns sHow that ths price of food continues to go op dally. ael no ofllrlal orders or en act men ts sppear to able ti stop the I increase, in view of the extreme eri oiiMiriK of t lit situation it Is expected that ti" Imperial fwintlior m n suthortssd within a few days to levy a , t ix on the mottt lie it and i 'pular , artlcli m f oon sumption, such v trr- tables, parrleularl v onions, ".tthas m. carrots, turnips and fruit j natural and 'artificial bonsy. as well .i- all protiu t sevA'ing as substitutes for butter 'i fsis A cite. ..J mx w: aleo lie p it on cofee, t..i !.''. i and ab otio-r t-oionial produce, w idea now comnuind pric To I Meg rr Keoaa ss . , Tliia if rec ignlgcd as a somt what ilanaeP'US pIMiidure to Itdupt, but :U view of the agitated state pbbllc ophiron and the Irritation among large lassee of the tpulatlon. the Oermta leaders believe Ihat pome drastic iotionl must be taken, however imperative to j insure the unlvt real practice of econoiny during these difficult days The Munich Vi ne, yorsrica'cg says ihsi coflfee house proprietors are lament Ing tin institution of mllkless days us a result of a new ordinance, which has . it used tWO-thil ds Of their daily t us- ; turners, whose wont it w ss to drink coffee at their establishments' each morn-1 log while dlsueselng the newn of the day 1 with acquaint! nces, to nbssi thsm i sh as. e sy mpat hiss n stauranl I ruile," Kttchtit htfii "It heti v on ac rlth the co says t lis h slrsady mm f ii"' se houas SfC su ITering war, but ' we are convtuceil that inert 'will return to theli favorite I soon as the) have habituated j o tin nSW OrdSt and once 1 palates m . oA- a customed u id patrons haunts as tliemseU hs tiiat tns.ir the tasta if black wilTee "t it s nuhstitute Tiie same paper, while sdmlttlng thsJ ; th'- rislM le Serious, aserlH that the situation was brought on i Uertnans who eers ihrtfiiv .11111 sager to economlasi ; Tho 1 " 1 says I ! "Our enemies are bus seeking oom I plain n about the deumeas of food here lo Inspire them With fresh hODSS fof the starvation of ftitnany, whereas the j economic conditions In the countries of our adversaries are certainly ne bad an I with us Our enemies, however, will , -iion he foriot) to the conviction that in our esse tt wa not the want or ntressl lias but the nat tonal will la nstablish stiultuble iondithstns t a rati that led tg hi geu regulations, and that it t pes lash through 1 bees ver ragulaflons that ii" power i reslstancs of the fer man people Is now being strengthened, i "The spsfulutto s of our fpes regaled Ing Uemiauy't starvation are, therefore, tuiice mors doomsil to failure. Their cat cutatlona see false Wi nan and shall hold out until we have gSCUrsd a ieuce ftillji proportionate to the glorUus dcedn of our armies. Help I'riMII I II rial- a , ' The Tnijf-fit nf kih; 1 ''Abroad they are alrsad) Jubilant at ths prospect that the terman ieopli will sooner 01 later abandon their meat This is nonsense of course, Ths tier men issople mIM continue to have at tin Ir ' riiepusul all ths meal Ihe) rsally used tm- ihnir nourishment, if only u becomes . iheli- iouscious soonotplc duty and if I proper measurer, an adopted to Instil Ii 1 heir minds the demands which tins duly makes on thsm for s self den lai willed I oonatdsrod neceseai and which ' justl) deiuaudsd of evsrybocly, rich aiul pool, oitl and ,.ounsf, no means Will ;i in- sgiiesalve, while the effects In ins 1 iininsdlate future aill bs Iwueflctul, i "gurcl) 11 is not ton much to usk them to ai.r-t.iin frum meat rjlel twu days . w". k We fall i" understand why here and ilisl'S It is USSSrtSil that a daily on suinittoti of una in an ludlspsusabls 1 noosesUy! Tiiie is nothing hut sill) prejudice, founded on tradition." i 1 jopoh 1 been 1 scent ly rsad, u ,111 said, for supplier, which it w, he possible to gel thivugh h iisw route to ths Ualkatis, Thai food Ii obtul liable Coallnsc on We ad ; uyi. GREECE TO LET ALLIES BATTLE UPON HER SOIL, DECLARES MINISTER RALLIS GREEK CABINET HAS PLAN TO PLACATE THE ALLIES Basis Said to Be Satisfactoiy to All Parties Troopjs Patrolling Athens and King Constantine Reported to Be Under Heavy Guard. -tti oil ( abir sjsip fa Till. St v, London. fn. II, Bstsbllshmsnt of an allied Moobada of QrSSh pi'fts manl featly a thntiit by the Kntente PoWSrl desii-ned l dlacouraBe any hostility on the pint of kiuk Constantlns -hsa hud an Impressive Iff eel on the Hreek public and RnVemmsnt, lagging from Athens "Patches, md It ssemi destined to lorce UrSSCe to :, dlBnlte stand on ths slds of ths Allies or iii opposition to them. iineuneensoreddespat.il from thens. via Home, says that lirerk troops are j tiow patrolling thi it rests of the capital j and that a heavy guard ban lieen placed j about the royal pulace in feor of revo- lutionary sttsmpta, Thlt would indlcata thut news of the blockade had greatly aroused popular sen 1 1 men t ajiaiiist the iKjiicy of King Constantine; but an ae I latsd message can scar sly Is- taken aa 1 rsllably Indicative of the true stile of j affairs. The same despatch says that the Csbi- net council is sitting psrtnaiMintl) with ' the chlefa of ths Osnsi il Staff and .ulda ' that the Impression prsvaltl In Athena that i Irene will be forcsd to yield to the demand ..f the Mntsnta Powers, Haals for tgrrrmrni Mi ihrrl : The rtmi oi rt-ejronuVii! at under yesterday' A !iiirt la t wan ; tslsgraphlng says th.. the council of Minister In .-HMioii tor Ave hour'- durina tli ntna; dtaousslng the situation arising out of th bkwkads order. The Oovemmeni'S attitude lm not mads itablh. he hmh. but It in cer tain that tin- Ministers have reHolvl 10 Rivo ths Allien vwy aseurain e neten- i4l to iiispi'i ..pp- .-h n- on,- regarding the t roops in Ma eel onla. A ba h I f r an asrt asmeni which win be satisfactory to ail parties already has been eatab I is hod, The ministerial JornaU ntate tliai the Kiiu. uae Isird KltOlMUier ver ahriir ance mat tlreece would not attack the tSntente triopi. Tho tuitht I'hranit h & oorrsspoiideni 1 at 1 n Atheiif. irif-sraphH tbt(: Lord Kltfthe ner was gratlflsd at hi audience with Kins Constantine, who strongl) sfJIrmed ne wish of hlmseK and hi country to oil t iti tie a our nf lnevriietit i.el- trallty, Me said that attempts had been made to estiange Uis-'e and tja- .Villas, ;ui t hut Greece's attitude uojid con tin ue neutral. Tne Uovcrtitneii! newspapers .t Ath?riS socuss ths Allies ol attempting to oim w Oreeoe Into tne war fin theit side by coercive measures, tlreai Britain is LORD DERBY PLEASED WITH ENLISTMENTS Brit istli Ret'tniting Working Well, li a tor Dclaivs Plait Civ- .,. mi ,it.u rt,tunf.'h re Tnr s Lokdom. Nov. -land Derby, ie In i bars. "f tiie British racrultlng' campaign, spoke with optimism of the, general recruiting situation to American correspondents todo) He would not i say, however, whether tlis nunibsr fl recruits o for obtained meats ths War! Ufltt s requirementi He said i "Teii ,t me rlca that England Is all t right The spirit of the people in Just us line . ii ever Was There is noth it. a w rong aim th men. The only : trouble 1 have had to contend with is in j the iniinti y districts, wht-re s.itne of . th- people an not eulUclsntl) I uf or mod to reallti the Ibsuss adequately." "ho you think that tftagiand will havs ! to .ul"ll con hi t iptlon"" he Wats ankrd. t "Ask me "ii PtVfiiiiitr il, the day the b nut of my heme expires, 1 was his aittaWr". 1 "a 1 1 can say Is that we want to win ihiN war by the voluntary method if ae ore abb- to win by this mt-thod, then :t will be S-H additional tHUUIph for BiigUual " i Mit 1 1 . 1 last t.iie iiiitiitiais of idit avhonm 1 oi by rt.td The essential fact Is that every man. I married ur single, must enlist, W hen It COniSS I" a decision whether a man ran no be allowed ( i:- to the front we believe thai we h.tvt brought tii' qute tlon to a point of sclcUtltlc a'urai. In th. grst plaec lie oh tain the Judgineni 1 cumpnsrd id 1 snorts lieu la r trails, This i uomposedi pt rts, of employers rvpreaeiitatlves of tl r bte -mpo i may if tin local tribunal ; regarding hlu par utslds of the f that Hade n War nit.,- If sit her the man hialisAed with tin hiS employer Is dis suits ..f ilia' tribunal he ma) appeal to a 1 members are uncoiine j ' Kimtlly. If either appeal Id v; ll o . ouit sit 1 ing til U01 11 ai tribunal whose ted with the trade. 1 si ii is dlsaatisded ..pen to 1 be central gointon. The pntcaaal sgsai lly cumbrous .it ! must be rrmem.ierf.l I iiuty appear Ulim Ural sttilit, but it that at Ihe he.hiiih if the Wgr, and ir. ihe th jt 1 n t hUSlgatic HuMi cruitlng, ihousands of men run l hs ooiors who never ought U heen gtloWSd to leniv their lr . mployment ' Ml tfl havt PRISONERS REBEL: 2.000 SHOT. II ii chores I lli'l.ur.a Kllll.iai uf H..a-j nlnua Wlm lrlea,e,l laiHl.ia. I imil. .pre,,, 1 tthlt ' ';, f Till, si v i. inuin. Nov. yi. - The Uuottarsst ror ' reSM.UllSIII of the 'I. 'tea suys he luiaj learned from a trusiwurihy souivs that Huugaiian trooui al Itsbreviln Knot: '.'.nnii rlualsn prlaoiiers in August i.e. j .-..ii-. 'in. v ravulted at iiie laid ' i lisiugl rivel ll,, m and killed iwi . I rice. asriiti Wl.agri ml utili lit ;,o rro...i.l.'il. , ,,, Tin si v i.o.vnoM, Nov. j-'. Michael i ''Usury. I who w, m the N'lciori . I'roai lor con-, suUtuous Uravary, liua bean uroinoted to s ml Liautanaiit "'i Cuunaugnt luugait named as the ehlei offender. Tiie .vim Journals aHMert that iJrei-e has "UP ) piled ample pr'mf of a dsslrs to iriHintaln I benevolent neuti-allty, hut add that fthe I cannot permit tranaferencs of th'- thoo i tre of war Into her territory. I The newspapers whs h support ex TVemler VenlBSloS, on the other hand. accuse th.- Uovernmetil of having pre d pita led Qresce t tne vere of a .on-' fbt itii the Rntente row era by want of foresight. It hag bSSfl wfAclstty nririonreed in TtoniP that Italy Is in full Bccord with (Ifsal Britain -'nd Krance In the ey tabttshment of a blorkado of ireek pttrtx Information lehpe- tinK the new (ireek bio kade lacks fulneitrt, hut from what its known of it it in regarded as Indl eating a lep know n to Interna t ton 1 law an it 'ineasure of constrain! nhort of war," and war If not expected to follow . It ! remarked in official Mr , ele here that there haVS been numer i OUS fu h blockades ln recent yea n without it hostilities having resulted The Tin ra a s that su'h blockades vary in Intensity li: .tnurdsni'e with th need, xoding thai it is clear thit the means taken b) Qreat Britain in the present case, although not et ex art ly dehtied, aim it the i onstralnt of the r Ireek ea borne trade, thouxh not necessarily of uii her ssa borne trade "'ireat Britain,1 says ihe rimes. iias the power to carry out such pro srannii" in many ways; for Instance, by tin- stoppitite if Qraek ships in at- lied ports or ihs feiEute of tlrsek shipw at ee.i "In the past t lie usual method of constraining ireek trade has been tiie pacinc blockade or 'Jrerk pons T o ill. blockade i wide term In its widt-sf sense it meant the stoppase of ehipH of every nationality Koir.g into or out of Greek blockaded iort. in .i nairi-ow-, sense It means merely stop ping 1 Ireek ships in this connection it is Interesting to recall that the flint instance of pa- c:nv blockade was iy ;reat Britain, raiit-e aild Hussla .f "irei'k porta, al- though such a blockade -va csrrled out Kaii.st Turkey in Iftt?. Two of the last instances of su'n a libH-kade were also uiined at (irer'v. namely, m 1 nsfi and lo7 Between 127 and tce7 hre pave riMS'ii nian other pacific oiock- mit Practlcsljy every are;it Power hus used tills method of persuasion." ' ..reek ohlpa Held ( .lhrllr. Sperisl rsae fUsepafi I Is Tin Si v Losis.v. Nov It, A report I, as leached here that QrsSH ships laden with coal and grain from the I'nttsd Slates have beet, held up at Gibraltar. ITALIAN DRIVE WINS SAN MARTINO POSITION PnigrohM Also Mad on Hit1 n Mit'helo lleiglitN Qoritat Loss r,i . fitapatth t Tut St .-- Pierce lighting on ths Italians and fcUS ording to ths ofticial Rosll : Inueti trlana, Italian I roope, No d, statomsni tonlg)it, th uwuinlng nsu offens Itali n . have mads progress on th height ol Monte 1 san sllcheie snd have captured ' strong; Intrstichmsui toward Ban Martlno, tak 1 ing 101 prisoners, four officers, atmon, tWU ntaohiUS guio und war material Prisoner1 hal la en taken at olhi-r 1 pla 't'tf, too. I Advices received in dotted a ha gwlss froutisr from Us i bach, Austria, say that the tight for Oorits has oc aslonsd B heavy loss of ,lfe Thousainis of d ol and wouiide! art nain tt. ne lying ten the Italian and Austrian line.) Uel . ei The War iilflce to-iuaht i'hl t i.t t follOU in Thsr port I let actions Tyrol-Ti unter 1 uistny s I 'us Hi t Vrl I ttl.i. iouh poinii along tne fronts. In '.iinia 1! were made agalllt the tions ;. Hie vlllags of 1 t 'omeloo Valles (In the I SOI iso from was continued at the f Hill, and at i hfluvlu SM taken. Between I'tsJgor t he .-It iii;k ot of I r m ''.ei s wer und Robot in t Of et effort made - my h counter attacks, take their lost p repulseil, ur fourth : bayonst ciis rs ses itttcted ssrlou t'ssei . 1 dlvisttgi il times king ss rs and in 11 pt iSOliei s and (ol) oitl. et ' n 1 in 1 'ufgQ plateau 1 hen W I'll' four toKht COUIlter a ta- .s Wlltth ftn repulsed Our troope daybrsah as sutusd tin Uafenslve everywhere, New .idVaneeH were made to the summit of Mount San Mu lt , and We CUUturod a strong Intreuchmeiil toward aon Martliiii, with prisoners, four oitl corSa cs uijii, two machine ifunr and a . m 1 PODOURA ATTACKS I AIL. I as triune f 'la I in M-iuiie or iini- lans I ii liOrltS IMHirlel. VtHNV V . V Vuitru'lluiis v. viu lioudoii, N' -V 2sJ The ' -I oitl. lal statement Is, follows 1 htlniicd their uaslsia Uorlti. iaalmatiau i iifatit: ; Kegltnei I sue , to-dav II as The Itultgni HttacUs ugolnsl tarrliorials and No IT ubsltloti islav ia I'm gora fa it I III the eje. Of olv reconquered ths Which had bet, dill riot Italian atiacka . ra, i loal I lie Ihe gltillll I - Had IIS who had entered our lines .llatrtol af Man Martin luring i he night inly i it trench leuiaina In wera small tallitti Hands, istlllull Italian orOSSSti Die m utga t lurltl w et c forced to The Itallaiw vviti but Without SUC'SSS s vv hit h had r north of Itiv. w ii itdra w . ire.ii isnaolly tttiu ki'd Ihe I'ol ,li I. ana. upparsiltly in order lo Justify ihs numsroua statsnisnta of ihat su,,- v'S-ae a ll Una u,s...cl Will .Not Disarm' Troopi in Retreat From 8erbla Jle Declares. DEMOBILIZATION OFFER is MADE TO ENGLAND Withdraws of Forces at sn lonlca is Condition Laid Do ami. OREKKS VVEHE li:.lV TO JOIN Till: ENTENTE Made Proposition Last April if Dardanelles Campaign Was Alitmdoiii'ri. spa uti ' sAls Dsspsfel is Tsi St. -. Umtbon, Nov. II. The corrssaondaw of tli- ;,iii Noil, srho until last Thms- day Was in Athens, when hs sailed to Messina, lelsgraphs from Messina a .ng description of th.- situation in Qrsode, Including a atatsmsni to the effect that "the Government, at leasi tsmporarllf, has deolded to take nn attitude mdre in conformity with the desires Of the Al lies." M flail!. . Minister spirit of lautostlmea apelled ltha. f JuaMci . w ho i. tn. Ku (J. th. BkOUlOUdil I'al.inel," lis I stales the correspondent, "Informed ms sr IS that In the event that Nov. 'in the Serbian, Wench and Knglis.'i troop asre forced Serosa the frontier it. tempi would be made to disarm litem "Whan point M. shaking 1 put in a question it tltig Rsllli leaped to hi, feet and I' hands in the all. replied 'Sir. it is ssnseles do KU. ;, a tiling, u Imagine an would Ws win eren go la lh( extent of latabllshlQg a. to i&icguand tin retri orduu of at oi' tn ' I asked M Ka lis uci would alter that great excitement .nd no . Igrnutn men rasolutlon, IVItu gesticulating if replied, "il would lx sunselssa .' whet, y,jii hjtV. the gun- ,.. levelled lit ...r liitieS.' " '11111 suppoai .' I ssltsdi 'a do not wish to rstlre to the o I nagllis .our fleet ..i iroops iterlor of esn dig rtllia? t ths eounir) ." M. Hallls replied, Thsy irsnchss and defend themselves.' " 'Do .il Intend to demobll sskad Promlae la Deatoblllir, ii mobilise H 1 wei ty-four Salonha,' M. 1 heightened 'The RrltlSh h press aro 1 you eplieri will eavs Then, In .ins tuns angry , he coni luued ami the Brltl vernment taking dlsgr 1 rful attitude toward u-. u- d. The only thit g ws Mid fu foi ee us to ma tee starving us, Two more Acre stopped by you to- " - You sr. u ant i-a pea War, You wheat vsas day.' 1 Is "M Rail is then piodu sd au old nunt Ler of a Kreie'h llluat rated newspaper howlns .1 photograph of headless, mutt I ated Greek corpses and sacked villages uftor h Hulga inn raid, and cimtluuedi 'That a what v' wish to avoid Tog at Mill 11. 1 1 ii.l.ii-.. t in. tt 1. .11 ut.nt t UR u .,,,,- x.ni a I is 11 no Knglish sol I dlsn Hhed lhlr biooti for Herb 1, when icaiesly an ICuglleii rifli lias lieen Hredi 'Your Uoveriitiieni 1ms piled fault on fault, delay on delay, and nos when you 1 a e only a few thousand iroops to help uu. you want to force u to step In ami dtO, " We .Io la glum or Merit when t fat,.", to you Is dM to throw youi 10 a. 11 I. v S. r lit wife utile one den i you would ib.e 1 musi ' ie sii s too sr. at .vlltl erely a usotess md thai rite that the saci Iflci . The tlepi etfo n SpoM tn nays thi inteit lew aim m. Itallls i ihe I a ) to ths Allies of iv eminent, it Is eh nr Vol Us and . o k of ade- . . nlng Ireok rasst n or Merman Invasl a let islon is dictated by gains .unHi no- fa vol rtance ilih all frt 1 I ho presei t 'i a M Itallls1 i sp.'i.se it ilgai 1 present l uppor that lieeeei I'mta Hp. I ' Mndt. t . made cleur M II lU'lll ' itmati in h base if I me 1i1.1i the Whole sll u rmmmsd up 1 f-ttv-1 Prom t lie most ruggi -i ' I'n - .1 King 1 stoii lire k ioUe get up ... the morning g prayer, Me t lliorc bs b) War to-ii 1 t i sg) ilrsef-e lots tempprar-l) d n our faor bHauss I know that declsiuj is imiosad ' clsloti of any kind In poia d a nd Itgcu lSe I r as an 111 USt be .. den eontr a vvn s d 1 tiger of lurn Sim.- ,cl b nsiits K 1 h ' It ike King 1 panic, mints noa in il I 'abin, ' . BUUl leveloi are I, at, I the King. IterVOI sli'-ss. :s ,' a In n 1 I tiptnlotii i' tne Kin'- condition 0 . ta lis , , ),.i ug, i under '.ii.' illgj 10 I'le 1 ..,,.1.1,1 till I intitules fl il b .i. ,1.1 unyllllllg Tl"- u Huei . of Venlselos's IS. origin .1 iils.ftitiH.rlm.ioii .1 irooin ul N iloiilcu. Twi r V't'li'leliwi lefi t'n King s. ut an aid oost lllista ., , mil Iti ban soi.c I.elUe.l HI .1 s. i the I'lvtniel', ll "IllltUlltl) t! fu rm.il lis th Mi 11' Mil lali r waa , in. decision md ' an It, i la unjusi Kinu ..s ri-i!vri , under tiie intluvn . io aitluiruv ibe iii.- 1 1 reck - Ii d Isdly liUM'ti II a III. 111. I It III. of the .aim a thoroughgoing tut' 10 Vl.'tor , if ! liitluu. ts, daily . uunselloi flrai I'Ulual iiflsr the fall (lavsrntneiil, ' a itrltiti ; i Ie; lllutliHlhUe, an . -.M ours ml. 'man not t he lovsrelgn i : , ta e offrre.1 lo .loin VIII, . Dui ie Kiiik ij s-.- not ovi Oorinunr. lie offered to Juln the Aline lt April when Qartnan) lta her handi full and the Serbians were ..I'll- tO POoporatS, .'11 condition 'ha; ha Dardansllss IKDedl" tlon H.uld not bv un i. t taken, i. in-