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What the Winter Girl Wears. THE WEATHER FORECAST. Rain early to-day; to-morrow cloudy; light northwest winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 41 : lowest, 30. IMrtalled weather, mall and marine, reports on pag-a 15. Particularly attractive costumes lor out door garnet are offered this year. Photograph of them will appear in next Sunday's SUN. VOL. LXXXIII. N6. 85. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1915.'-mm. imi, v - m mm a...---. PRICE TWO CENTS. RESERVEBOARD POWER TIED BY ! M'ADOO'S MEN Attorni'V-lipiiond's opinion Blocks Effottl to Reduce tin Districts. NOKTH JERSEY BANKS IX A PREDICAMENT tfUMtNUTON, Nov. 23-A remarkable gnstlon hai .'.-eloped In regard to the Ytitm RsserVS Board, Tlie Attorney- flmfll hat held thai th. board Is with- M Mthurity under the Federal reserve """ .... Id to hangs the boundaries Of the re. ,rvr districts or to shift the rveei ve tasks Iron mm oig to another, , , . . la othai word-, the work el the or-i tatlsstlon eoraialttee, which consisted I 01 ,trrrt..r; M. Adoo. Comptroller Will- 11 lun. n 1 npia, must ii.nn, regaran hh 1, ..I....1. Ill r.f III.. I-'. 1.1 ,1 Ite.eree ' . s.inn, S l. r u' iki.i 1. ThU O0llllon 'in! to ralf u qUCfl'Ot! M tO the li(sAlHy of th ucttol. $t Um Ta)derml Hrvi ve Hoard In tntnu. telinfl 'ht' Uink.t in northern Nt-w Jer ag) fron. tl.. i'hlluOelphlu to the N-w York diri- '. If that HHiiHfcr wits U . polllti may le rtsjt-d iiKa-irirgt tfteMCtloiifi uiifhr il. . . Cenirew t.. remedy the situation Is etfltrcd ertaln if the Attorney-Osa afi opinion Is alio teed to stand. Th. opinion, which has been sharae. tsrletd spirtllng by some authorltlea, -'a, prrpar.it by Mr. ilregvry on Sun day SB ' was presented to the board i.'n.iy. when the hoarn took up the eepltleil nt its power to deal with av SlltStlons tot the removal of the reaTe SatJi Ihl flfth district from Kloh ioor.il 'ii Baltimore and tor changes in Luc Units of other districts. Hrduetlon or Ulatrtrfa. It is snosm that toma members f the ! SMrd have been considering the advlau- I lAlty of reducing the number of reserve iuiir.li. witn a view to adjusting the sjrttsm t.. sfllelsnoy retiulrsnMnta, The Wlef In some quarters Is that if the ticd had bsen left free to pursue Its VI llnallons and Its pern ideas as to the mssnlns of the provision of he HMrri i t regarding the power to re- -.. .v.rk of the organisation com- ttes Secretary MtAdoo and I'lirnu. : Williams mlgbl hava oo.m dan- 'oar seeing their lindinas re- . 'e Th. t inielnieas of the Attorney -O.-n e.alV opinion surprised sO.Ta members m nie Siillll II SW Illlue rsi ,m in 'imi ei. I members did nul know in it an PU) i had been called tor on the sub fsel it had taken the Attomeyleneral ncr iiii.'t .it Sua. lav to niepare nion In Ume for yesterSar'a board x The opinion was rend-red brti ill) to President Wilson, who pre. bin .., .. .a .,ek..l foe ii ethel or not the Department Of lusi went through the formality ..f - ) th. opinion to the White House afon turning It over to Secretary M Ad : Gov Hamlin is uot known. ' rite nnnion as nt read a. iha i yesterday, although the sub- Un . t ii was xuted. It is said that II HI rney-Oensral will be ask"d to tender an opinion on Whether or not thS change the designation of re- BWv ilea. - dents of the reserve system b.- 1 II. m lhal the ..pinion of the Attorney- ac ented by the majority of tt! ird, -vol have far reaching effe '"" Rrsl place il will immediately tt.l.i.v . f court the application of . irg to gsl the reserve banli now in Cleveland and that of Baltimore lo ob toil bank now In Richmond. o 11 u re 1 oulil Aid. 1 1 tire it a change of sVlm4nis 1 i new At.iuri.ey -General its : I renjrv bystettl will proli- ltj ! nutli ;tr it in now, with twelve ttfitii .i!ri.'iH. Tht only other means trinj l .-ytein woiud b reaort 1 Queelion whloti mu v arise to ' n : leclslon Is whether or not the of tlie hoard in ehanninar the nU ol '..it!., in New Jcr!ev from the 1 ... .lt. nvw York .Jietrhi 1 1 lowed to stand. Thts step was ! before th.- aUjoummsnt of tbs j foi tht- iiiniii.-r roi-esf. It was ii responss to the demand from . ' Jerney hiinkeiH that they be ' J ' ill I it l il- llirri.ll In OT lie ig relutlons with .New York : - " i .,r me artin' mi roiiiio rion enn ietn in t oaKi uriniiu " i n. " 1 hv Qerman interesi -",'! ; ' il ths McAdcWililsms present Burppssu Jr. It ! ojrtjjn I The same charge is unUsrsi I by ths "i commis.ee oeiwaen mem ,i.iiiii j rf.-ef o.iriK , ' hi .t'orney-Uenerel'l det lsion con- fttri list i resented w-verai wfekn nmo 'QUnsellor Kliiott nf the hnurd Opinions ne l.een received from oilier Is . ..in, ver, that the hoard hiis the !" i it', to chain location of re- i the lanka und 'he llmlta of reserve lis. SO BROADWAY PRICES GO. who Ii ii ., II, ,,. II. I,l, l " baraed M.glMI for lllnner I x . o 28- The sum oi In, , for iiimsalf and a - Il Is ... I,,,,,;, x charge even ,..! head ol ., Oovernment, ao ., First Chief Carransa of Mei - .11 I,, u restaurani geepal v-f'i'i ... up an excellent dinner foi ,. ,,,,, presented his lull r I ui pesos, oi .,: Hi.- present rule about Phe mi ..as iromuth paid. tut uuney cami tw-o soldiers, who 1 i Iosm up ins bus'nesa hur- i lieu ..in I, I, u oo Hie 1 rale for tin. rein -I- , in leave Meglco, never to mm 1 1 .1 h.-r. to-day. HLI.I.O BP.IDE FOR HALFBACK Dlekeriuau, Hrli raathall Player, eVrda Srrrrtlr, s. Nor, 23. Ohsrils ENoksr. ihe i'rliicston halfb'tok, srhoas Jen Bomervllle, and mik fisrtruds I'ni'llsSi i lelephont sirltohboard "t"' in .. local banking houas, bars I iiiurs hail a month. The - saw iiiiott ii t.i say arben Dlckar. '- in. -ne rm ii. .- Thanksgiving i. ' l ime is somen Hal ,,f ', dS' ' ' K tO I In dale and place .,f he ipli insisted ta.nlghl thai they ial ..I at Si. K.e-e'a ChUTOh hi n fX'tubar if a i Bellow I1,.- olt) derk . reoordt tay 1- ivore niai .-'.- ' ihetre on . .1 usi.e ol i in I'eac. mystery hides death of'page INSERTED ! W,LUAM walton, artist Body Found Floating Three Rockaway Point Identified Dropped From Outgoing The ho,y nf h man found floating IS I the seats three and (.n-iif mile nfTl,n worfys, There hi theory borne llo.kaway Wl ta,y ,, Nov-,nb,r i ,., ,low,.v. ..,,,,. M " lessMBai yatHeaday at the, Mwah night for furthtr as tails about the' lag morgue an that of wiiiiam Walton, strange ease met stone wall oppoattlon S painter of prominence and a writer ' At ,h' w''1" Twenty-seconil street home nf .. ii .- t ..i.i . an art rabjeou, who disappeared fro,., bib iiome at 3 wMt Twenty ssesng strcet. Heyond tl Identification, how-1 ever, the case In enveloped In OOWWllta ,. . , myatary. How the bmiy reached the worn- ii whs picKcil nil except tiv dropping from an outgoing TlTtllBthH K hllnl to explain. Mr. Walton w a "2 yearn old and un- married, tie whs a familiar figure nt bHV'7 wh Vt N':,,'"" ArJ- ''" tn ' which he waa .1 member, but ail efforts to obtain Information concerning recent whereabouts and habits were futile laid rtlghL The identification of hla body was made by Dr. w-itiam J. HoagT whose eaflee la at :t,Ti Madison avenue. Dr. il NMorted the llanrtiear- inn aaro ,inl vH.l,...i i... li 1.1.... i - m tie: 1 1 usiii ii. 1 -..i..J ,11 ,,e e. !', ''""!' 'imn' '""" f the bureau of1 MLSHirg pfrwM. vt 'x- ."M'y' whli:h ,lrnrd out I,. ! -Mr alt tn h, wan a Iiho! utclv w'f lioui i dues ,., . poaalbla Identldcati;.,, hen was osjhsn ut f t,,. rtokawny waters a week and u half ago. The police arnt ii 10 inn r is in:.' io,,,.-u.. 11,.. . n i,iw vi" i i reau or rn ssmu n'r-ini -um ... i ..... "mildanfrMlaii" . u. bi , the Isxly in the morgue and It lay! mere until Dr. Hoag reported the .lis- appearance of Mr walton a few days ajro. Lieut. Wllllums connected the twi ciseN from the dea. ription furnished by I COURT DECISION OPENS MURRAY HILL TO TRADE . , lli'fksi'lior Mls riU'llt to Jttiild lliurli struclun on MimHkoii Avi'ihio. , n u .. ., , ' P Morg.,,,. ileorge K Hak. r. ''harles A. Pea bod) and other residents of the Murray Hill section, who sued -... ----- ... -..mi. .,,.. erecting a sixteen rtory commercial building on the site of the Havawtaysr I resilience at rn?e .si.utnwesl inrner i iT , Merits. e ,m,iij. end Tluri vlahlh ' street, on the ground thai It would be a vioiaiioii oi tne .Murray mil reniic Ban t ttst. lost thalr case y esterday The eult was tried before Supreme , - ,,,, lusine Blanohard who held that ..... 1...1 a- any property lying on the west side of Madison avenue The decision not only Heckachsr corner but throws Into the market for business purposes ti,,., ,,r,,..ei ty ot, the west side of Ma.P-, .' n-n.e.y ....... .ari Thirty-eighth streets The action will be carried to the Appellate Division nt by the plaintiffs I When Mr Heekaeher bought ip I Havemeyer c.ruer for IBO.i. nun he was i assured ihat it was not within the restricted area, as th rner had been ,,!,, hv the Murray fam.lv before the I ,.,, ..,i WM nla.e.l on the res, ,.f ' farm. 11 knew, however, that with the Tj ,,!,, laaninii inn w,.n ah,H,, wltn plans for tils proposed 'orner h 11(0,000 structure. WANT BIGGER SUBMARINES. iirit the) would be eelsed when found on I a lllfli ers mf Mami'in r tht- hlgll eeU I fru.rd 1're.enl Type llefe.-llye. ; Vy.ysiiivuTi.N. N-a. f--"rf a i mid nee neen r-fi vea t t)i- Bi .it, Wach !N;TtN. Ntiv. 'J'-i. Am a result I department from the- United Stat" t't.n of the pnsent iiiHiui'UvreH of the At- hUi i: Halifax that tin- British Uovern- NMtlc MttlfaVhlp Ileal eenoui iimTii-.H of opinion hava ariHfn anions naval .hi- thuritie a to the efficiency of th- pres- m WW 'ullM United Stuteri navy. Some i. v .il OSI i ; OOntend that the nul.marlneH to ho unen sttsotlvelr ss coaet defenders must I sweater tonnags and hava a mucn larger cruising radius than those m controls- VlOfl and' those onlere.l hv ConsTSSS at . the last nes8ion. These officers say tn- VSSSelS ars nt onij nr nariiui 1 ' I HI l' llil.tl"iii'-is- i that the smaller lubmarlnes have proved that tne enure nwuti stmi """'""'! oui :n MiiMii nni .tins ii j the floor of CongreMs. sati tr taodvDO DID rAOTl A TIC Ten British Pnbllra.lna Join H,. - j ,-tt ot Into Miiiiuf.rliir.-r, tfftltl l ahlr PsSSSSfS t'l The Si s l.i snoK. Nov. 211 -Ten mors puhllca- tiotiM have announced a boroott of ad. varilaamsnla of the Kurd automobiles, The Drttpsrt gsoord, one of the latsst lake this action, received all savel llaemenl from the Manchester blanch of the Kind agency and wrote In repi) , protest at tins time or await the outcome asking whether Henry Kurd DontroUed I of prlss court proceedings, Ihe allcy of I ISl branch. Following a conference which . had The managsr replied that ha would! this afternoon with th,- Italian Ambus- lb i. -ppy to ootnply with th Iltor oflsador Secretary Lansing lei it he known the Record's conditions if ihe editor I that ths Ambassador had nothing fur- wotila supply him with a list .r thslthsr to submit regarolng.tha submarine paper's proprietors, shareholder.., their I attack on the Italian liner Anconu, wlilch private occupations, political riawa and I sank in the Mediterranean, entailing the n Ilglout hellefs. I loss of a number of American lives. lyvdti TiBnr5 VTkPV ntt WTTilflN 1 FORD UBOJiS JrJiAllii VH WliaUH. , I r- : I oilo, ales I'lii. I Mot, -men. Unj He InanKurnled oo... HTASHINOrOK, NOV. 23 ot iietioit conferred with Henry Kurd resident W I- son to-da for half an hour. The ini- , in ,-!. in was irlven tlu.t Mr. roru ha.l Urged the I 'resident to Initiate a pen -c I movement on the eve of Ihe Christinas holidays. The aUtOmoMIS uianufacturci would not disclose, though, how- hla r.,- ported proposal had heen received. "1 am willing to spend anything 1 have to stop the bloodshed in Rurops I BBC t,, saatroy mtiiianam wnsrever hi exists.'' said Mr rora. ' guese i Know ' i,w- lo make some more." I I'hilsiuiHM would be a particularly SO-1 iii-otiitatc time for neutral nations to. discuss the prospects or peace, Mr. Kuril, hell.-ves, and he Intlmuteii that he hud' reasons for Ilia Impression that the ef- fort might oe suoossaiui, FOR Vol K THANKa.il VINfi TI'HHKY JipffaalUllo .1' H6, and One-half Miles Off by Friend May Have Ship Officials Silent. "'' Hoag and Baked 1 1 if IhII. r to tISlI ,ht, Wa Sl1(1 ; 1aIllt(, .,, hp had stew ordered to give out no Inforraa tlOB. Pr. Hong too wan Unavailable up ! I! !!"'. Th' IS0 b",!' Mr' Walton fill or Jumped from an outgoing1 steamship, but there is nothing to tub. simulate either theory I ommlsslon. r Arthur Woods, who was appealed to laal nlaht on tin case, would not discuss It beyond the statement that i.ieui, niuiHllln Inul trie r.lcls. I.leut. Williams ssid he had. but that lr Hoag had told him the ClrcUBBItaBCSt of Mr. aelton's dlsappearanct In confldence, th:it It w.is a private rase and 'hen- fore he had to be silent nlsiul it To Id to the strange feat urea of the whole affair, so fur .is 1 an be learned, the isuice nave not heard from any relati of the artist. Dr. Ho. in being apparently fh AM las Mm iM WUtfoatl W4tk3tl'l work Ii well knoWII in .til 11,. n-f. lie isii.i in i iiiii. I.. . ... 11 i i i.i.n.. ,, I 1 )U I Oil IIIKI ll.S i ' 1 I 1 1 ' I ill l!e Public ami high Schools of that .It, He HtmllM, draw Inn a: tJi.' IVliluylVattila Arn.lwny .if Kin- Arts and the Natural Xr.olrrm of 1 Miirn in Mata nrk Ktr two "years he 3 a pu ,d Of CarolU. DUran in Hails. His Brat work was drawing on Stood In Philadelphia, hut i.i... ,.. .. ... i . inii"i in ei.nieii whu im ii.iiii' ..in, LmUn, i.... ... , . .. .n.. u '. '.. he .. reputed to be Wealthy, but whether more less straitened dr. eumatanoes reosntls had my thins to do with the tlndlng of his Issly .ould not be ascertained last night. BRITISH SEIZE THIRD AMERICAN VESSEL '',. Killlkilki't' of flu- AllH'li- mil I m n mi tl.i n tic l'i. Hoi-kin:: in Prise Court. ...ble message received yester.lav . tin- Aii.ei S an Transatlantic Company reporis KIWI one o, IU s,l.. Ill- r.a- kakee. carrying a non-contraband cargo to a n.u riil port, has heen seised by the BHtlali el,.. w. s.i l,v -,i.t W i-.-ul, ,,f , l, i.o.nlMiv'. si, i HUIIillil.il ihrougb fca . now nein ai niien. ...vies ,,( , similar f ile'. The Rankaket Is the third ship . i , " ""."T ' '. ""tlsh aitn-.n a -non nine. in- lyan- kakee h is heat, seventeen days overdui ,,t Busnos Ain-n, whence sue ,s carry. , , ton. of coal from Norfolk V. """ ' . , , he Was under charter c W, R Orace "" "f ,nl" ' ' " Norfolk October. The other tw.. si,:,,.- a.-!... b; the British war the Oeneaee and ths Hot s- 1"K. owned h, th. san ompatiy Preel- 1 dent Wagner asserted Ktst taght that h l-ell.-v.s Gn at Britain Intends to cap- ture tin- . oinpan, s entire tic..t o ei. .ven veasela on il,.- assumption that the. arc "nent) owned lie is sending Becri . tar, ..f state l.iMlng a set ot gcnnavilt "' ior... ...a , .., .,j ,s ..,i.-., entirely ii, American subscribers and lie- "landing r. drsas iTin Brttlath Government Iwued an order vome tlms w placing mi th.- vm- siIm of th.- Aineri.an It ansatlanttf I'oitl- panv mi its iiUit'kiist, end serving notl Mul)l hti decided ti- plaot tin- American steamer tfocklni of iii American Trans Atlantic Hteamshlp Company in fin Hrii- isn pr:a poun inera rne rtocsing, which WHS formerly ..f Danish rsglBtryi watl Hf.ir,, i liy ;. Mritlsh rrulHt-r on thin eoasi . uthgugh the state liepartment has n0 isesssn advleed of tin exact nature of lhl. Kr0iiiMls upon w !il-h the selsurs WSS ln.4(le u understand! that the British Government offetM t filaiw that ths i , . , ,. , M t . ia- . , il- lofore her trans- fJ1 . Amerlcsn registry, partlalb owned lepartment i U Sgatnsl tiie .steamer lenesss of the saros line, which w .ih seized by the British while en route from Norfolk, Va. to Montevideo with a cargo f co.il mill which mis taken t. HI ILuela, British Wssi Indies, Ths United states Consul ai Barbados advised the Department to.day thai he would hav addlttonalaflata to submit rsgardlug the salsurs and tin- ship's papera rending the receipt .if this Informa tion, together Bflth i.rHii.i its from the American Transatlantic Steamship Com puny regarding ths otmerahlp of both the 1 1 oi U l UK and the .idles,,-, tile I le- pi.i ttnent has nut decided u hciht-i ihs state Department In the afternoon, MofWta , .,,,, r folk thai he bad received ; py of a report mads la Ihs rna uanisn aumstsr, who called ,,i t.niul. ,-oi, sill at , , York l.v 11... .. ... n.iii of the Danish vaaaal trlnianH t.ailZ Ink to conllrin the st,t!i-tncni dial tin, Klnland whh recently chased liy a Brit lak nrulaar Within the ihree mile limn 1 a,t,i , mule from New fork to Nor- i folk. axtflVTHfl TW T fllVJ TifilC TUTlTDra UK.1U 1 LUKUUn IBtAiKJib. " Prohibition taninel II lletohed fllr BaalaS ,l( Sa. ' .... -..,., r,, s. i.onhoN, .o. sj. in response to Ihe reiiui st of the managers ol several W est t-.nd tnsatrts ins bars u nam pertain haa conssntad to revoke iltiring the war the prohlWtaNI against smoking In theatres. g mission lo smoke la now a mutt,,, of option with Ihe Individual munugciiienU. Many of the iiuairea. including Ills Mutest, s. Prill v Lame, Ul.lv s. the layinSrlel and Wj iidlnuii'D, w ill oOfta .uiue tVlorbid smoking. inwillofrich MAN.ISCHARGE Affidavit Tells How Widow of Samuel fiOflg Found Kurt uiic lie Left. MADE .MILLIONS IN MOVING PICTURES A dlNiute over the payment of tl i" o it 1 10 pavoirii. 1 1 110 teat reemted In the Ming of attorney's affldavitl in the Surrogate's Court e- tha .11 ' ill ..1. . .t . ....... 1. Mm U-t 1 . .1 Samuel Long, president if the Kalem Company, moving picture prod were, BTho died on July it. The i.orn statements submitted Surrogate Kowler by Charlaa I Oat Whfl W.1N thf ittttThe-V f.iP TO. Ire M Iahik widow i.f tlir Kalem Comiwiiy lusaat, until sTstig ilt-hai v him on ..-i , "'' l- ' f'"" fat Mr. Long let. an t4t of e ral million dolUri mid that thr.uicr. hll ffrt( an s.ttemi't !" m PUt hU-" "' """' "f BUSlnaSS partner. Kta .k .1 Marlon, secietary ami treasurer of the Kalem Company, who she alleges was Inimical to her tntei.'ets. wis averted. Mr Craig has put In a bill for :. for his services, and he applied yester day for an order by the Surrogate mak ing Ins claim a lien on the aetata. Will Um M Seabury and Walter W Irwin. Mis Long's new uttorneySi objs.-ted to the proceeding and a.rgu.'.l that if Mr. Craig tuts any . claim It should be sdjudl a. ted in th-- Supreme Court fov.ier rsservea a iston. alter aaatngi for bri.,e I lion I urianr (.rrn. , . .he papers show that Mr UOflg, !.. was a mechanical ensineer In Cincinnati J came ! Ne York when the moving I pi -lure industry was n its infancy and mads several Important inventions. He w.s associated tirm with the General KHm foinpat.y and later with the Kalem conc - ni. When he died he owned 40 per cent, or inc ryaiem siocr aim mr , ,.,,, . u.r 6l, ,.,.,. (p htrs U widow, and his brothers. George W Ixmg. a banker, at New- ma'aei, lenn iniil Willlum II Long a l.vevee :.l I USUI VI III. S C In Ins volutnlnoui sfBdavll Mr Craig I said 'h.t Mrs, Long notified him imme. dlatell alter her husbands death that , he deal red him to act for her. Helu,,. Bfi,.r Kuieukauipff had received it aanaeo ner to ihuk- mm-oiau se foiawlll. Bite n.un.i only fie.-eo in ; cash m a sate ,iep,wi. nx , Mr " 'raig said that on the IOl lowing ' " " ' ' "" "'" '""T, ",' 8 '""'.'."o ... 7"" I "-trl" 1 w,h"' "'u"s """"" ', had formerly been connected with the Burrogate'a court in Wsstcbestsr oounty, had a draft of a will executed by Mr. Long, and that ths original must I be put awa, somewhere I W ill Finally Fonnd. Mr, L,, oontlnued h.-r sw.i-.h. and nnaily. on July 11. found a will and with ; ,,r y rituXlnt M.,r, W1U, executor, she . , oval ,, .,... riormmant. but k.-nt the v and .-..iii nothing about tt she show.,! I the Opy to Mr. Craig, who found thai tin- tjiuiit- movlnt ploturv hoMlntfi i thj ifTinflfT-ri wiri put trust With Mr M..rltMl. h Uik, himif aM.tnth of ttut inmm. .,...1 nfJsr nlnt .teuiihsi ut Mrw. Ihik 'lurii-K her lift time. On hr death 'he income went to the rtonedent'i two hrothetrH. Mr. i'ralK SSSerted. tnw- svefi tinit the will wan Invalid because It did not tlii-poae of the pinwlpal of the trust. Mr Craig alleged thai Marion notified Mrs 1'Onpr that the will WOUld be real at her home after her husband'i funeral ii tried to induce her to man n coimem ,n tH. probate f th docu nt. hut on h-r attorney's edv.ce she Hnle, for . - .iV Th- original will was then pro- uoed hv Clarke, and Mr. Craig sU;.i he noticed lhal it iiirTerei from the rsrbon copy he had. is- said the tir.t page of the document, on which the hulk i "t 'hs estats was disposed of, whk in different typewriting ink than the see ond pegs end it showed that tin elip.i Liindtni the panes together had heen re IS lit ly I'inoved. Mr. Craig said he explained these diSa crepanciee to Mrs. Long ami she w;t Inclined to iprn tin- consent anyhow. iiruor to be relieved ol annoyance, Tits alleged substltutsd first page ..f in provided thai the principal of the . trust tund snou d ko to tin- decedent's brothers on Mrs Long's death, and this disposition tm.de the will entirely valid. Mr. CrsJ SUggSStSd that the) show tlie will und the copy to II. I'. Schwerln, i preeidenl of tin- paclfle Mall Steamship Company, -. fauill) friend of tin- u.pgs, and h. advised Mrs, Long to follow her . attorney's advice, Then Ihey called ..n ex-.luBtlce AuguetiiM Van Wy, k, ami he advised thai Mrs. iug refrain from I m.-ikiiiK bsrseli i part) to th,- probata liroreedlng Mrs iong then bought ..m ths Interest of her husband's brothers in ! bis aatStS for 111,004, ., . . ' Coafroalad with Dooamoals, n was then arranged, Mi Craig said, o. confront Clerks with the will and copy, sine he di.in'i know tin- copy existed. When he saw Hum in tlie In., i. Is oi' Indue Vail Wv.U he mlmlMan ! that he had made unimportant changes, bui when uueetloned as .. tn. alleged substitution of a page he replied i "All I eim sue is Ihat 1 lllx Is the will 1 i-i . ' aaltari fro,,, Mr. Marlon, and I hellavan II ti lie the orlutnal." Mr. 'r.ilg had a talk w ith Murloi,. as ., resuM of which the latter declai.sl that tin- obafUtafl were made without 'hla kliowiadgs. Kinully s. Alton Ralph, 1 In , I lu-r -in-law of .link,-, und also his law Bartnsr, admitted lhal he might M.,v,. ,a ,. chunae.s unintentionally w hile aaarvlna out riarke's , usi , u, 1 1,,,, t, put a new cover on the will. Mr. Craig Ihen laid all the fuels lie. tore Surrogate Fowler, with the result llmI hl. orosred tia- ailagsd win thrown out hm-auae of the chanipiH and ap- anlntad .Mrs Lama i.dmliiiat i uirix ,,r the tstata under bond .,f 1400,000 mi c - toiler IS laal, Since Hint lime Mrs Long has refused an offer of tinn. fm her husband's st.sk In the Kalem; ' company, hstSlltl she said Marion one- told her ihat hor liushand a stock waa worth tti. mi, n. an a. sin seiilcd up her husband's 11. -cumin Willi i'ost Si i'lugg ut a large pi cut, PAYMASTEROF GERMAN FUND Purl of $760,000 Went to: Hum Itiii'ir-American Line at His Orders. BAY $2,000,000 SPENT: PART IN OTHER CITIES ot the ..ii 01111-1111 mnnviw Kaiser's Oovammenl In Amen.-a. Capt llov-Kd. naval attache of the OemM In ' T I V I 1 I 1 1 I ll .Ill'T 1. Ill ,1.1 ehargta In the l nlted States I ilatrtcl I i' , ., ,: ii.,. 11 imliorir. mcrl. an Line .. mi t.i de.' and MUne of Its officers cmispHen to ue. ..I . ji... fraud the l nlted Slates by tiding roughah id,' ao federal rOUneel phrased over the laWI of the United I 0OU1 I StrttH :.tul tieatlnf thM lawn a con I sail at ... lu.iiil, r-.-v WfTl' OfliV 'acrsps of paper. It was Capt Boy-Kd, according to the leetlmon) of rJustsva v. Kuienkamplf, laiportei and eaporter, who personally directed the spending of a fund of tfSO,. ago, i, part of whl.h. at least, the Uovevnnteni charges, was used by the Hamburg.Amerioan Una, Df Karl riUeftS, the maaaglng director here of the line ami others to . halter VOCBBIS at j lh. beginning of the war and by means , of rslas (leal tnos psj-ra and I to coal and provision Herman warships- 1 ai .ea I or reel Ion by the He fence. Seven hundred and tlfi y thousand i I .... I...., " . . K . u. . I .Villi...., II. I... chief of ; i ouu.se. ior lie 11.11, lllll PI-' llie ii 1 1 1 ..in. .,,, ,,,,. ,;..,,, ,i,.fen,la,its Ur, Bosns. tjeorae Koetter. Adolf Hach- melstei and Joseph HoelipinllMIIS. "Wliy, If it will expedite mallei s any." cried Mr Rand, who at tin opening of the ,. , ,, lh. Hillne- of the jury box had oonceded that his clients had chartered the ships which ha.l bee,, ... nt to seu to coal . ..-rman .i,... ik. ....... ...... .. I., i.i. I ... h, I am thai I ha euH, is nearer tt . 1100,000." f the moneys ahich Kulenkampff. a swarthy, well dress, si shipping man with a pronounced German aooeot, snore he used here or forwarded to other Ameri can ports at the direction of th.- Herman military attache about I7I.0BS, he said, was paid to the Hnniburg-Amerlcan rtrm in ttus countr.v and abroad At no time was It brought out. however, tlu.t the aerman Oovernment had forwarded the -nonei W Kulenkampff. of which, he HV v, Capt. Iloy-Kd dlrec I the espendt- i The money, said Kulenkampff who I , the ume the boats wen chartered in Kiist. It'll, wa- a meinla-r or the mm of Weasels, Kulenkampff A Co.. ex- I1", 1 . ""' "."'i M"Wr?.!l , ' "' u . , "rwarde.l by the Heutss-h.-r Hank of , Beriln and then was placed to Kulen- ; kampfra account through the agency of 1 the Bpeyer and other banking Arms here. i admits i harterina ahips. i imedlatelv upon the s.-le.-tlo,, of the last Juror and th., beginning of the con- splracy trial at midday yeatcrday Mr. I Rand, upon ths conclusion of Assistant LTnlted Stales Attorn. , Wood's opening ; speech, read lor tne defence an a, Inns- j s ihat hs clients had charier, .1 ships lake suppllss tn German warships at "ca. Mr K tiui III ule It rlrar. hOWtVfl inn tin tU'ffiift did nut. of couf uriy intent tt tjtfr.tu.l tht United 1 Watea. Th.- mono) for ohsrteHna and -iMliliK "lit tlir hipt hu ttnit from tho HamhurK-Amerlean home 'ttifes airtad, the defence contended. Thereafter ihe seesii ns wer frs quently tntorniptel ly )hJee.'tiou.s from Mr. Hand When Mr. Wood he'an to' bring OUl 111 detail from w it rtsssss the Various steps in the Obarterlng and ele.tr- Ing ot' th- vesieli ne (.otK'eiled hy tho 1 defenos, That fact wan admitted In the con . sssions we read to the jury." repeatedly 1 mivri upo'o in- t iiiei oi Duuneei ior in( defence, who explained when Mr. Wood appealed to Judge Howe to stop Mr. Kami's objections that he was ObJSCttng to details being brought out for the rea son t hat they w r delaying t he case, "We've admitted these facti and there for i contend that all these questions are irrelevant.' uawier. i wnvwnu, nuumw Mr. i Wib'il, Willi Ml t'oiireiiinK 't liaili tilings you smother the facta Ve aro not undi-r a t i onngai:"!! lo ae ept your eon cessions I am h.-re lo prove the Qov- iininent s disc .mil I litem! t, .In so." treenal tlrder. t'ri.m lln.-l ,1. w i Mr Kulenkiimpff had admitted Urecl ex.iinlnallon that, following' irders given to him personally by Capt Hoy-Kd, in- led senl 1160,000 u ihv W.-lls-KaiKo National Hunk ..f San Francisco, Dir., no., to Philadelphia, had ,i,i,ie two payments ..r sl,S lach to the North Qerman Lloyd and about -.u uxii in all la tin- Hamhure.Amerlaee i.in,.. Mr. Eland Uiok him in hand for crosaxamlnatlon. Mr. Kulenkampff bad personally ,.eored, after belig requested lo do so b) ..ni- iais of in. Hamburg-American Lin "," 11 hurry." two of the twelve si.jos which figure in the case, the l.o- rsnso ..mi ihe Berwlnd, An indication ( Band's Una ..f defence see mad to tin- spectators lo crop un when Mr. Rand began to oross.ssamlns Mr, Kulen. kampR The WttnatS had said that he had Mllined the manlfSStS with. nit know. lag thai 'he vessels contained not o coal, which ha said In thought mads Ihe cargoes, but quantities "f provlsl inaineii inn only UP lalons as Well "The IIUW WhO slglM thS mgn I fast, BBd not necessarily in, owner Ol me cargo ei tin- is.nslgi is tlie shipper. Isn't h '." Mr. Hand naked Mr. Kulenkampff, and I'"' .witness replied that this was the I -he III shipping Willi question after question then Mr Rand sought to convince th. Jury that tn.- Hamburg.Amarlean people ti.-hm- ..,11 v Wert not tne snippers or tlie oar. i goes which the Federal minorities I charge were luleely cleared from this I port. 'lH" Mr. Kulenkampg takj on ercss-i xammHwon row ne ngcnii uas-a if anything EJSBIUSS DOW was in the uarao, and Ihat when aignlng ihe uiunl- 1 fts fr ooat m.aie ne waa iat oonapiout I "cf efkY effort to defraud or deceive." Kichard U. wrigley, a ateaiuahlp bltgtl at 11 rOSdnrSy alien the war Iwgan. was the flrat wltneas cullfl after ihe Jury ned neen oompieteu. TH tenia i toe Jurors had taken their seats in the 1 Cowtroaed oa Wet Pope. Peace Now or Too Late, Berlin Paper Tells Nation "Volkeszeitung" Warns Empire Not to Let Present Opportunity Pass "Vorwaerts," Suspension Lifted, Decries RUSSIA'S NEW POWER fStSSl ' n.le nejipatcli in Tar 9tK'. BeaUN, via Amsterdam, Nov. 23. Peare talk has been suddenly revived !n the 'lerman press. I'ortruerfs, W'hlch faaunVSd BaMlaatloa a week ago. after , having Ix'en KUspendeil by th" ik)vern- I nn.nl Km Ik. h..h .u. wl.l..l. I. " " " " ... . . , ,uhI,,hed. renews its demand m strong language Action on laa part of the ' i authorities seems Improbable In view of ; 1 he fact that several other well known "'" ' ,7r " " " 1 ' ' "r" erf Matly ilcinandH an end of tin war saying- " ' ' . ' w , I rwm' u lhjng Is the long duration of the war. I Bvary successive week of the war re,,- ders the SCOnOmk situation of tSl) piKirer ofui 'e Alps and the Hhine and the , , an i others across the Channd, conrpatrloia . lasses more Intolerable. The best safe- i W,1D rornfort , way, gKTli guard In the future against the In- OUr longirur for peace as the daughter crease of prices would lie the speady j of our glorious victories or of our de termination of the war. ' ,r,'.!T. ....... . v... .... .v.,..,. "We rely on the leaders of our party to multiply their efforta. and t see that everything In their power Is done to end the conflict. Tlie great manufac turing interests, the popular press and even the imperial i.nanceuor awn (llt, tner,. H no reason for terminating lht ,lruw,.. .eelns that -iermany hold. Belgium part of France and part of ; RttSSia, and haa the road to hlkypt and India free. Anaeaatlon uppeies. AVhnt does all this prove? That we are no! Hunting to protes t our frontier, but to add to our territory. We ap peal to the party lenders to undertake an open and frank campaign against all sorts of annexation plans. In order that the constantly growing desire of the pro- I a tari.it for peace ma, be nnaliy saus :'t"r ,'f :2J Bony ent.-'rs resolutely JJ pwt0 (j wj Kttah to Itsell upon this road It will atta.n to liseii not . mI nt the people oni ("lt BUS nil secttona of middle class Society, who are equally sick of war." Vverv serious plan for early peace i will nnds reailv'and eager to give , our instant considcmiion. t!ennny la prepared at a moment's notice to accept a iet.ee which shall correspond, to some u i least, with the enormous sacii- nc.-s which the war haa Imposed on her and which, at the same time, snan ne commensurate m a certain degree with ne expeciea mar m'.' at present in poa ihe results obtained. session of th:n will evacuate forthwith. ia,,malhle however, to ent.r- i The freedom of the seas also appears to ,rt-u, ,,r nea.-e unless our enemies do their part and arc also ready for sacrifice 1..-I us nssure llieni in a friendly manner that it Is Mgn time tor them In abandon tneir in reave .o un dealruotlon of the liennati nauon, i threais which are nothing but vsroiage. ( them once listen to the voice Of )(.il(M, w, Mv ready to do." I T). Mmr ,mper repeats the question , 0(tan agked In the Herman praaB VVhat I . nahtinc fw? -Ws are still of the opinion that the oovernment has don. wisely iii prohibit. ir.g discussions In the press of what we shall evict as the price of victory, which la not yet Bl all certain. Su. h pro- grsmmea are all nrnr, or less fan nstlc and they have already been MO mucr exploited aiw.s.d contrary lo ... rman m- terests v s if t (Ulte legitimate u. put thfl queelloii wliftlier .-r not it ouM i priti-ticabii. meanwhile. t. pr-, m-T tiisouM.-loiih .f jui:h prODieme b neea immediate solution. SUOh n ths rmiure 105 FRENCH MARINES j ELUDE FOES 37 DAYS; " 1 . Hroak TbfOttsTh til Gorman Line in 815 Mile Retreat From Belgrade, sieci.i CSI. ei- 1 IS Tl'S Sl K. earns. MoV, 24 A Ht.irv of 1111 ex- I march f a "mall ly of1 t,-,i(,diiary French marines, Who have arrived at Ui.naatlr from BelaTgde after OOVerltlg bjoTS I'.uti 300 mi lea af-a.1 ami passing through ihe Austrian lines, is .on. UJ .oe rarreapondent of the Doily a Salonloa. He says: " Mu- nunorea ami ove - from Cralovo, near Belgrade, have ar-1 rived 'i Mohaatlr after covering mpre than 115 milsa aloot and passing tnrougn ... . i... . ,1 nemy'l lines. may wen. uj Kwndabowt way. via Prlsrend sasl bra and. overcome w ith tin extraor-1 din-.rv dlfncultlss, mm- were left on the Sinari -ay, two ..f them dead and three woiiieled "CommandM Hhvot ..ml seven other oftieers aocompanlad th Ma.-I.ment. winch did excellent work at Belgrade, rhey ilestroyetl a anogs anu sei u.usij i destroyed a brings ami seriously Simual two or ine six Austrian uioni- turs a' Semlln Their hatter., of.thrfe- guns wa cueooverea ny wwni sore-, planes and for three days, SUppOTtSd by , UkigUah ami Ruga! an battarlati w-iu. un- der ii terrlbls Flra, , 'Two hirge sheila dropped itimoat 'even- second fur elgtitecti hour with: awful precision The battery w-as SO well pro tooted by smelt, s ami sartnworgs that II was Libit lo roph, shell for shell, until its supply of ammunition was sx haustad ami two of its guns were de stroyed, By a minu'ia the detachment had only two men Herloualy wounded and only one killed. "When the ammunition ran out they destroyed the guna and on the .veiling n I lei ahae X l.eenn Ihelr retreltt. I'slllK ihelr rlrtes and bayonets they nisned the Herman line end got through Much suffering was endured during lh.- re- treat, which occupied thirty-seven days In a mountainous country, the men 00 rlTlng only their rltleu and cart- ruigea." The correspondent adds that a British de'gchment was expected at Monaatlr severe, days ago, but that no definite nowa of It csn be obtained. .iaiaa aaaaa ea aai .a,a . seussi Mm usi.a, ... . . ii... Beetof ervlua. euulpraenl. eubedule. Winter Resort Sar.au. 111. gfdwar. N. Y. C aSi winter Annexation Idea. CAUSES FRESH ALARM of the objects which the Oovernment thinks will lie gained by the war. Wa may, perhaps, lie allowed to remind th authorities of the danger that Bos In permitting only on, bell to sound from the belfry, because In such a case every woid that la uttered passea a Inspired. Kvery effort of the people to arrive at u clear understanding regarding what ... . n . the q, m ,, hopes y a;Krve against our adveraai lea la rendered fruitless be- forehand.' Want fence With Virion. The .Vontnrr says' "Tin- pre organs of our enetmlew perfect v correct when they assure their r . ' readers that In I iertnany there exists an ardent longing for peace, and the de- sire Is even more ardent than those jollrnals appear to know The question arises, however : Ho our enemies be- IV IB i " villi we ipaii) Vlllllf, they have aufflulent judgment left to enable them to see that the Herman longing for peace surely cannot have two mothers If It have hut one parent. Mother Victoria must ha that one." The Volkmrititng sounds a remark able warning, it says: "It goes wlthut saying of oOttTSS that all nations have an ardent desire for V. .. il..,M- . ...... . .. I . i .1 .. 1 it ,.p'rniatiy had to deal only with France and Knglars-I It would not be Impossible to arrive at means of mutual OOllfTeaBl'Int und compenaatlous, and to conclude peace Without the fear of future compli cations. However, we si III have to I reckon with Russia, alio, notwithstand ing the tmmendous losses that she has suf fered, la recovering with etui-sfylrV ra pidity, All the same 11 Is to Germany's advantage of a favorable situation to start pourparlers for an early peace. If she allows the present opportunity to Imlss It will Is? too late." The Hnmhurper A.'cao Joins In' the peace plea and rilseuases. the bases for negotiations, saying: "We deem It our duty, however, to oppose certain arguments POT peace frm which have been mentioned by VV. I. Courtney He Considers the B. niodlate evacuation of Heliium and northern France an Indispensable basts fur peace negotiations To this we can only reply that theae are impossible cu -dltlona. for adcitever be the ultimate ii m uissi .amnmaw, s.ireiy nmimi Mr. Cohrtney a (.rxiper subject for peace pourparlers. The same thlrs has gj- ready bSOQ said by the Herman Chan eailor, who. In common with the Herman wsia a.uMaivu gre;.! .mporuuioa to inia .jue.si:oii. u is a ireenorn wni' a we no not regard in the light of a concession or privilege, but as a natural right It la. therefore, solely as right that we are ready to accept It. and not by way of any compensation." WILSON PEACE AGENT t Bern Hut. Kaiser. From InrUev, Will .Name Trrma Throunh lllm. LoNOON, Noy. -j;l. The tlaU fin:' Hi- publishes a despatch from Hern In which it la snid there scenis to be luunaenvn on me report mat r.ic.peror "iilirvm wl.l niak an ..ji-n ..ftVv 0f peec throuvh President vhoh aftr the , impror cumini siai- r,ry int. i Con- Htantinopl. TOD SLOAN ORDERED DEPORTED AS GAMBLER aa., f Aa , .... n - M Kv no Kouo for Kinvi Ed wrd Comlns Baek in sii'i'mp. tptcial i tbli Dmpairfi 1,1 Ths 9t .v. Lokpok, Nov ::i- -T...1 SI,,,,,,. ,he tarn. in. r Jockey. WAS arrested yesterday on 1 1 portaIOn order under the defence I Of the realm act. Whloh permits the deportation of an alien without tin. ..-v.-so, .,, aasigiiing a reason. A French actress named Dherlys, who played In the French revue at the ,jar- o, ,.... m aam ... nance with her I mutner wmorrow. tne ground of Ur- i "st m no.u .-uses was me cnargs of j Ueei,t,iv -, awmlvi I m ,,.,,,Me 1 . ... - - a ..-.v. .-..,., uumn I said to have best ooneisjerable sums ' - Aasoclatsd w ith Sloan, it i, alleged, was un englishman who is wsll knoWII to Ihe pollpt as 111 expert card HhiI.p The police cannot prosecute any ,.f tnf p.(nolpals because the offlcei-s, dread- n publicity, do no; wahl i.. figure , .,,,,,1 pr edluga , g0Bn illls been in lu.doi. .,',.,, m foui inonlhs. n- has neon watched by the puiice since his s nival, xhs police decline to discus. Sloan i.e. v,,ud laying lhal tn,- Cnltsd Statae rna) ;. assured that there wars ad squats grounds for inviting him t,. return to pis own country, Under 'he deportation order Sloan I was taken at . lover anient expense to Liverpool A steerage t It-gel was given to hlnii also tWO shillings to buy lux. lilies on tile voyage He will, of course. transfer to Ihe saloon, hut officially hi ts aallluS 14 Steerage passenger. He was allow. d to take all personal belongings. The dsfencs of the realm act has enable. I the police to clear Lon don of scores of undesirable characters A recent departure to South America ny a man wnu on, not await oaportatloi occurred In the case ..f James Jaffre) Williams, better known in the rogttea' , gallery as Sllverln rg, who ntcii uggd I the name of Coleman Drayton Williams was prominent In the courl- I martial procaadlngt against Col, Pryor, ' who was charged with taking young ottl cars lo the flat, where hsy played ! cheinln dJ'er. Williams WSS the man j who WOfjBCol, I'rvor was mi Intimate I frieml or Mmiln, the cotton factor of I I 'na t tll.ionga, w ho mysti-riuUel y dlsap- .,.,,..,. .,,.. ,l. ,l ' ;. : , ,- P " , " , , for a lime to have been murdered. ITALIANS TAKE PODGORAPEAK, KEY TO G0R1TZ Capture of Hciffhta Crowns Five Monthn Campaign Against Fortress. HOLD NEW POSITION UNDER FUKIOUS FIRE Victors as WeH M Au. trians Lose Heavily in Long Struggle. NOW ONLY TWO MILES FROM HEART OF CITY Further Gain in Sector of Carso Plateau Claimed by Rome War Office. Sptdal ' ablr Itupntrh tn Tns Srs Rome, Nov. 2S. After five months ot fighting the Italians have taken the Pid gora Heights, the key to UoritE. now known to the Italian soldiers BS Monta Calvarlo because of the heavy losses suffered by them In their efforts to con quer It as well as by the Austrian da fendera. These heights. Just west of (lorltz and on the opposite bank ol the Isonso, command the stronghold. Their capture means tliHt Virtually the last step In the taking of QOrltS has been ac oompllshed. Th Italian official statement issued to-day and containing the announcement of this, the most Important victor, won by the Italians in many months, follow a j Yesterday on Monte Calvarlo i Po.1 gora Heights), west of vJoritS, our at tacks continued and WS reached trie summit, which we held under the furious and concentrated fire of the enemy On the Carso plateau, after repuls ing week t ight attacks tne operations Were vlgo'ouely resumed in the tnori -Ing and a strong Intrenrhmom w i. taken near tin S.m Martlno church. A total of seven officers and elghty.sls men were lakeu prisoners The Pod sore Height, extend parallel With the left bunk ot the laullBO for a dlspxncs of a irdle and a half, and at.- within from a quarter to half a mile of thw rlv.r. on ihe other bank of which stands rjorlta Ouns mounted i. n their summits -.1',- not more thau two mlkej from the oantrs of the city-, Hllalre Belloc, in des rlblng the lm portai.ee of Podgora t.. the Italian schattit ol ope rat ions, said aome Urns aso : "The Italians desire tl. Seise the spn.' of Podgora, because If 'his ware in their hands they could command with their heavy artillery tin- depots, uarracks, v-.. nf QoritSi And they also dSSlrs to ptesu forward across ths Carso plateau and .town on to the plain to the north of !t until they have puincd the Austrian troopt In QoiitS, 'ip against th,- moun tains, and cut them "ff from all supply," Further esplelnlllg the strategic un. portanoe of Podgora Mf. Belloc said "The Isonso Issues from a deep g.uge which It has cut through tne mountains and comes ,mt on the plain at a point where the line of domarkatlon between tne mountains and plain run.' northward into a sort of pocket, "Within that pocket is built the town of .loritx and beneath the projecting spur of high land Immediately to the west is ihe spur . f Podgora, tieneatti which the highroad and th.- railway ct.jsa tin- laonao, Toe level plum stretchee southward from QOTltS, tra. -ersed hy the laonto for -in extent cf about four mile., beyond which there rises the low plateau call. .1 lite Carao, to Ihe southward t' Which again we iind a narrow strip of ti.ii country along the sea coast upon which stall. la Trieste," The Italians have long held the sOfltO to within a few miles of Gorlts, bui the podgora heights blocked their further progress, s in e any "ne approaching the Uornz bridgehead a . at the mercy of the guns mounted ..n the commanding heights 1" the West. Tin- Podgora heights taken, the Ital ians, before their hold on lioii'j; .an he SSSUred. must take three more heights to the north of I lot its. Monte Santo, Monte San Habrlsls and Monte Hatilvli The posp Ions- newly acquired on Podgora give them a vantage point for their ar tillery from which to conduct tin- bom. bardinent of I hear remaining positions The other point mentioned in the Italian official statement. Sun Martlno, is Jus-, south nf Monte S.m Mlch. le. on the east hank ol tin- laonso, esal of tlradlsca. The Hghtlns hers has for its object the control of Monte San Mlchele, tin- summit of which tn,- Italians claimed in their statement "t yesterdeyi AUSTRIANS HOLD PEAK. Cal dl I sun Lost to Itnllltne, Swage tell Ottlcer SgyS, BSSblN, Via London. No. 3.- -Tlia Auairlans ars st.n in undisputed posses sion of 'oi di Lana, mar the eastern frontier of Tyrol, according i" .- sta -meiit of Col, ackarman "f the gw-edlah army, quoted by the Overseas Newa Age:.. . Which has been received here Under date of Novejnber 21 -oi. Acker. man says I "1 per.-onally hava vanned the tnith of the report that Col dl Lara Is in Iha hands of the Austrians. The Italians bombarded It to-day ," BRITAIN HAS $130,000,000,000. Annnal Income of lh, i.ovrrmiiciir le $0,000,000,UIMI, l4)inQjfi No. H. Chancellor of the Bachequar McKenns announced to-day In the Hons, of I'ummont that the wealth of un- British Bmplrt ia 1130,000,000,000. The veurly Income of the British tiov erumeiit, he added, la K'u.OUd.OOU.Oge.