Newspaper Page Text
THE WEATHER rORECAST.
Fair to-day and to-morrow: no ChMlgl i 'i DON MAIJbKO'S PKOPHfcCY. Will the fate thst father of slam President foresaw fur Mexico be revolution's outcome? An !bMfMfl story IN THI SUN NKXT SUNDAY temperature: westerly winds (heat temperature yesterday. lowest, i t. M '. I vs. mm i .1.11 .1. 'I iii. it '....,'" pig., i . PRICE TWO CENTS. VOL. Lxxxm. NO. 111. NEW YORK, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1915. cejyrvsf, itit i Hat -witsf arse. FniWMtt Awimma. Vr V I H UQDlWfl LP WWKS 111! a BRITAIN AGAIN DENIES SEIZURE OF U.S. TRADE CANAL OPEN. SIX SHIPS PASS. Rnrinff'Bice Says Skinner's ,",,,ed h PJMM1H I University of WiaOM Charges Aw Upeet by Official Data. AMERICAN COMMERCE SHOOTING FAR AHEAD It Is Bt llifforont Cotllltlies, Ho Declares. t.nl Mt iKlt for -strl or Twentr I o.tl llrniiuhl. -psrinl Ctfftta DfflfMleJI fo Tnr srv. Panama, Dec. 19. Ttio obstruction of the Ualltard cut h-ts bant s fur re moved thai the censl won reopened1 to traffic to-day for v.escls of twenty foot iirmghf. six itilpa passed through. The commission of geological I spcrts appointed by President Wilson and Van Ule of the Iverslty of Wisconsin ill begin to morrow the Study of the slides from a geological point of view. GARY DINNER STARTS WILSON AND BRIDE 'BEAT WILSON' TALK, SECLUDED ALL DAY Huffily hisriissecl M Man to Do It Anntlior Echo of tllf liatlicrina:. COLONEL SOUNDS SLOGAN Coaplfl Arrive Witli a liitr I ' officii Retinae at nt Sprint?, Va. SECOND NOTE GIVES peace Ark Reaches Port BOUND TO HELP AUSTRIA ONE CHANCE1 mh pilgrims still at Wan ALLIES, GREECE TELLS TEUTONS Must ltfilintp Statt'iiitMit f . Admiralty or Yield to Domnnds. KAISER BANS XMAS OAYETY. Won't Accept ("aatomary t.reetlaga and Will Stay In field. f penal Cable Dttpatch to TuK Sun. LOUDON, I'ec. lit. A news agency . 'despatch from The Hm;ue any: i "The Kaiser has forbidden any Supplanting That Of Chrlsttnan celebrations In Germany. He nas ms tinea w accept the customaiy greetings from ;e ounromastera of Merlin, Potsdam and f 'harlottcnburg and has rejected the taQtta.il madu b the Princes, his Bone, for permission to re turn to Berlin o spend Christinas with their familiss, "Uermun paperi announce that the Kaiser and Ike Kalsertn Mil apand Christmas at the Herman he. dquseters In Frame It is alao Stated that there will bo no festivities of any kind In or outaiile the iinpniaj court befors peace Prppart'diicss to Be the Repub lican Issue in the Corn ins; Campaign. MOVIE MEN OUTFLANKED REPLY IN VIENNA NOW i Oscar II. at Christiania Dozen Deserters From Ford Party Looked For Mrs. Boissevain and Preacher Aked Beg for Unity. Their Machines Seized by Se-j eret Service Hotel Has Other HonevmoonerM. Kaiser Miiv Prevent Rupture of Relations Owing to I,nitania f'asc. A FOOL'S ERRAND, SAYS DISGUSTED DELEGATE Declares Salonien Defence! iv ndlapenaable to Troops' Safety. WAsiiiM.rov, Pec. CtM Spr u g-rtice. tiie Sa.ler. has Written a UMlni deBl ms I'" 1. Sir Arthur Ilrltisi Ambas- icu.r tO Secretary . h.nge thai Itrltlsh li ,,, p-.ifite.i by the British Moeaseis I the sxpenss Of Aim ricnri mer- rr. :. and exporters, ni British Am- U,mi iot eulimite detailed figures to Show j, i.it American foreign trade, apart f.-cm the traffic In war munitions, has increased phenomenally. The communication, which wits made public to-mght by til.- British BmbaJay. u designed to answer chaws made b Robert P, Skinner, L'n.ted States Conaul- ksief i st London, m u oonunaros rs ori on British trade, published lnnt UgtlSl In this report Mr. Skinner eanl : "It oiitinuee 10 be the OSS that many am s( oMb. the exportation of tn. from the I nltea Slates to neutral cssstiiss is attended wuu Kieit dlltl. , ill) and baSards, are koIiik torwar.l (Italy fom Creat Urltaiti to the famo ..... t tS mil In some caeea In largely in- , i, qusntttlaa," mu .. Moke Smith ot t.eorgM and It her advocates ot s stricter policy and tprtsall .iainet Oieat Britain because .f her orders in coin., il aiul other block ade restrictions have in-i thi Skinner rfport .is a basis Mr the chaiVOS that ;;nn a't't la using her tear against ijer innii tnimerce as a OlOSk to con -eal lier aiuck.- on Anierloan t raids. Pahltshod Ovevalarht. 1ie Skinner report rt'rrod up great 'sting in England tueaine: the .'onsul ncrftl and for a time hu- uectuinese w.s threatened. Thi1 rsporl eas In t.nded as conlldenti.il. tut through an ovfrelglit was published. Accordingr to Ambassador ftprlne r i Consul-Ooneral Bklnnsr was evi- dtr.t'.y not In posaasslon tit' the tlf.iree of ths ' n Had Statea Department of Com merce wjifip. he. mal h j t eisirt There, for- the Ambassador encloses In his let ter to Mr. Lanetntr detailed summaries (.' tiusr flifurea. While aiiinitting thai there mis il have been - ma slight Inoreaae in Brtl ex por.. tne amount inoi-ej!. tlie ttntist: Ambawador contends, has teen "Inflnl--ftnai" when compared with the volume of A:n t ic.iti trade in the same articles. T u Ambassador explains that the -ijres aie not submitted "In a eontro- . v.r.ial si.trii. but merely to correct an niprtaslOl Which aps-irs to have irten .rom an itniierit-ct appreciation of the :.-.t." I r Art' 1 1 adds that British t-a.le has iifT- l more rrom the embargo, s on ex pert. imHieei by the necessities of the wr than has Am.-r.can trade from British measures in restriction of tin--. betwesn neutral oountrlss snd Oer f ,T.v Amsrioan trad., so c.reai Britain ... 's supplanUna that of the Bel- K-rer. PawSfS of Europe In South Unei the Far Fiist arrt even la the Stttti il cootitr'.eH of Europe. ' Hot Sriuvos, Va., Pec. 10. President Wilson and his bride In seekliiR a little privacy arrived here to-day with an escort of nine eecret BSrVlCS men. five motion spsclal affirmative statemnt telegraphers, val. t, maid, ahaWTSUI SI U, wiu. K. W. "hltrlds-e. Beaching tills retreat In tht Its lad la concluded." BRITISH SEIZE DANISH SHIP. t nlted stnira. From es Vnrk, Said to llavr tirenrana Aboard. Ixjndon, riec. 19. The ScarKilnavlaei Aniorloan ateamet I'nlted Statoa was bi ought Into i he Clyde, by a British Wmrafalp Prlday night, being diverted from hor i.,m while on the Way from OooenhsMrefi t.. .v Yirk. a hiifc-c number of Oarmaaa jid Aus- trlatis. with lame -utris of money In their possession, .ere said to U- a. hoard The mil I 'as from tiho bLlp ware put ashore. FOUR SUBMARINES FOR U. S. FOUND DEFECTIVE Iteniat kable secrecy attended the Roosevelt dinner which Judge Elbert H tlary guvo at his home. Fifth avenue and BUty-seventh street. Friday nlsht Several of the twenty ruests were ankeil newapaper corresis.ndetits, four for Information yesterday, hut only one picture men. two phOtOf rSPhSTS, had a definite to mak. That who said . "1 talked with Franl. B. Kellogg for two hours about the superiority of broiled pral-le hen to Scottish grouse." ! Asked If It la regarded as proper to serve B third cup of OOffsS with this bird. Mr. Whl ridgo became silent. Poll j tlclans, who passed the afternoon spec ulating on the meaning of the gathering, , Insisted that this very reticence, mani fested apparently by every man who etas Dresent. was. In Itself, one of the m,it Hlvnlflcant features of the dinner. I of lh hot1 ,. u-.v . n .u ,u or- ! bare to greet the party. cast .n ut Judi- lisn". dlr.ner to tell and Mrs. Wilson UPOO alhtlng WalkM the guests so, it Is known to mates that he feels that the teai lr. tereau. of the countrv demand that i wvem , on t he a bled to foothills of their native St.it soon alter SJ o'clock In the morning, ilie President and Mrs. Wilson went to a Wing of the hotal, which had been r- served tor thetn, and did not leave It all day. Th- Presidential party was g'eete.l heartily when It arrived. From Covtng tOH on the main line two energetic if his toric loOOmOtlVSS had puffed their way up the steep inounLiln grade to the foot of Sut'J"ct Mountain and tiie little station. Weaidenta of tho colony and patrons were pres. nt In large nuni- Tiie Praaiasnl Roat of "I," Class Develop Engine Troubles Pre liminarv Trials, BoSTt 10 - There e i report that sever I ubmarlnes Of the "1." class built for th. I'nited States Qovernment bars been found to have flefetctlvs bat terles and Insufficient lubrication. These boitS are lelp built hy Ihs Fore Rlvrr Bhlpbutldtng Corp oral loh, and it is r-;.o-ttti that Qevemmeni Inspsetors have r J. ted ihm owing to their dsflclenclse. Manager smith of the F..r River cor poratloti su.i .it Qulncy to-mght thai he had beard of no such rejections. "We have not completed any ub titar't efc rc-ently for the United States navy, although tve hriv it number In process of ..c.sti i--.;oi. hit none will he ready tor some time, teti sulili ir nes tec ,.., .iril'-r. Tboss I'oats are yard un,l will re mall War Is OV r. when th. y Washington, Dec. 1 The T mtnsnrtor's the Ainbaeaado letter. s oommuni" rh Amerl As based BSITtSH KMPASSTi Washinuton, December ift. fi o Mk BBOaSTASTi St item-ills widely circulated In this 0OUH- n effect that the trade of t:ie led S-.,tes has greatly suffered ow- ng restrlctlvs measure! taken s the .Mi.-.-s ag.inst Qsrmsn eommsres - r .-. especially thai British mer- and snippers an- profiting the war measures of the Hrit otrnment to lbs detriment of in traiie. leas stateincnta seem tola- iarg.-!--.. rsporl emanating fr.m in offiesr of cjr Depaemsnt who ad r.e .ui ae ess to the ff;clal statistics f United States I'.ov.rnment. 1 thru may be useful, in the Interest of a fair and Just appreciation of the ''; (wl h I am sure Is your object) ' I en lose a memorandum on tho sub let these assertions which Is sup- Ismenturi to that already communi cated o you by my Quvernmsnt. . rni t.. he igpaoisd tnut ths United Il hould he wholly untouched hy Hjel ., world calamity as the present sr, and In the case of the American tlvll war !t will lie In tir recollection thai the i mediate effect on Prance and England was an unparalleled Industrial rruis srhlch resulted In untold auff.-rlng to the working rlssass of those eountrlae, . red of thousatids being rsndared lutel) destitute. it Is satistaetory o SOU irom the recently published re- yof ii the Baeretary of the Tree sun that whohy apart from war orders the lidual al lituatlotl Iti tula country la en a brut, stsady and bsaithy lia.-is. lor. chief of the bureau ol t Ion. explained the report of tlvs suhmjrtnsi by saying tho marines of the 1." elaas developed .r git trouble in their preliminary tris.s several months ig.t and that the F-us, River Bhlpbulldlni Company is now try- I1 g to remedy tlitnu defects. The boats, said Admiral Ta. lor. have not yet hed th. Ir final trials. There are sltven "f" seet. of aiil.-h are being Fore River eornpany, SUBMARINE SCHOOL A SUCCESS .ii i... OHIS With Falls.... N IIIkI. I'll. III. J.. Dec West r...-ei imr examination papers from third grou,' ot of flosrs an. I members of the Atlantic sunmailn. llolilla to study nt the Ktitson factories under it- plan urrang.d by Mr. Edison and Secretary of the Navy Ihwlele. Df Miller Reese Uu.ehlsofi of the Naval ConSUltllig Bosrd. who has tlie men II nounesd lo-i ight that ii" nl .n a gt i if th,- ihlrtv-tlir.-e orte era anu swi- ntv-one man who hiiv- m far under taken the work, not one has passed an gamlnatlon wlosr sB per -nt. They ,,u. gtudlsd Slactrlcal motors, ths ordi nary storage i.att.-t;., Mr Bdlso 'S nsW storage ' Ittsry, by which he hopes to ellmtiiutr the danger of clilorina gas. and the work In th' research and lest ine departments. This w.k eight offl csrs and fifteen men are in ths party. The submarine men are particularly ..i,i-.ni it bv Mr. Kills' m, who take a .Inu trs). al Interest narvlalna much of tt himself : i ken to a Iter eucn Thursday glv ; try I'realdeiu Wil.on shall not be rsslected. It le also known that most of Judge (lary'a guet. were men Who, regard less of party lines, agree with Cot Roosevelt that thcKr Interests and those of the country demand the defeat of the President. As wss pointed out by ono man who has earned a reputation In siting up mysterious political situations. there ' COUM scarcely have been greater unanimity In the answers of diners who , ware asked to talk of the affair if they I had taken a solemn pledge nut to reveal I anything that had happened, ReqUSStS ; for Information were met w ith a solemn shake of the head and the elevation of a I warning linger Tlie BUSges m that i politics might possibly have been men- I tloned St some time during the evening Col. Roosevelt being tho auest of honor I appeared to cause great surprise. j Oystsr Bay maintained an almoat un canny silence during the day The Colonel instructed ills secretary -.oat he i had absolutely re'thmg to say. Ueorgs W Perkins, .is on Saturday. Insisted hat it would be high!)' improper nn him to talk, and Frank It. Kellogg, erst- ' while tms--.ui ter. was certain that no n ibjeot ox Uibjjjj eteat- had been men- lamed. All of which led the political else acres to peculating what it w-is all . abaut and to predicting thai the 'lory, dinner may ore day have s big place In political history. They r .-ailed that I Col Roossvelt end the s'.-.-i trust heads 'have not been at out.s since r..t7 or' thsreabout and rtgured on t ss;- buities of political as well a- nsrsonjtl frien.lhK. Judge thiry Is chairman of. the United states steel Corporation and Richard v Llndabur) 'ms repreaented il as counsel. Prank B Kellogg also- ha argued many cases fo- big corpora tions in rscent years, ants tne Colonel hinis-ii hue sssertsd that there are g sal trusts as WSlI ae bad. construe- j .me report had i: that so far .s po- the dsfSO- lltlcnl Interest focused around the Col four sub- anal It concern.- I not so much Ms ik-s- sible oandldaoy for Preside-:: a his IM'lltlcs. It was said that Col. RooBS veil ht hit friends kin.w thnt events since lull have swept aslds, tempo-! varily at least, issues which Hi that year the Bui! Moos, proclaimed as para mount, His ailv.ee was thai prepared ness should be the slogan for IBll president Wilson Is not favorite with n majority of .he men who nt- temleil the d. liner. COt ROOeSVslt ha-; mads H plait, that he would couple n "Beu! VVIIaon" lause with ids prepared n.ss slogan P. this oonneeUoe it te Interesting to recall that Mr. Linda bury, who Is h New Jerseylte, has been credited witii being one of the men who Induced Woodrow Wilson to run for tlovernor, thus Starting blin on his dash to the White House Justice Hughes I- belleVell 111 haVe been favorabl) msntloned as possible Republican candidate. Thorc i; a gen eral Impression that ' il, Rouesvelt would be willing to glv. Justice Heches ids supp t" uitt tout coiiaervatlvee and Progressives could agree on him more readily than oil any other posalhlllty who has be u -mggeated. n is consld- I ered certain thai th. 1 olonel silenced any suggestion srhlch may have been mad. Friday night thai he himself should sssk the nomination nest year. hi? tnti-1 briskly to their closed car, in rssponss to the applause otf tho CTOWd the I'r. si dent raised his hat and smiiM. but he didn't slacken his gait Mre Wilson, draped In a long black B.st rs' I win coat, was bundled until Jus, her eyea and the tips of her ears uld he seen. Hut from the expression .its.ut her eyes It was apparent that ah. Is -was sm.ling. Wa.siiinoton, Dee, 19. Tms luent's serond note to Austri. sinking of the Ancona wan ( Vienna toduy Vpon tins communication denenda Whether or not diplomatic relations an to bo continued with Aut.trla-1 lungai-y . ThS United Sratcs hae refused to dis cuss tiie elNUtnstancsa or th.- ssgaiKy of gaising the submarlns attaek aim has declined to secede to Austria s request for a bill of particulars upon which th original American demende were baasd. As described by a high Administration official, the note that hae been desp.ti -.hed to Vienna le every bit a strong .u. the first one addressed to :ho dual monarchy. This is taken here to mean that Austria must yield to the demands of the United States, or ut bast lejcnllate the statement of her Admiralty In re gard tO the details of the. At" oi-n sink ing, if a rupture with the United States ta to be avoided. Pending tbi delivery of the note by Ambsasador Penfleld to the Austrian Foreign urn Itciala "f th- s-.iu Darlme-ni refua. l to ti scuss confirm thi a p,.p bed. agectet ' aMf Oewatci lo Tar. 9on. London, Dec. 19 The correspondent of the Oollv .Vol! aboard tho Ford peace ehlp Oeoer n , which arrived this morning at i 'hrlHtlnnlai, telegraphs : "Dissensions among the members of the peace party arc as widespread and bitter u.- they were on the day following tho mutiny, caiseu ry un attempt to coerce tho delegates into signing a dec laration censuring President Wilson for his preparedness plan. There la no dls gUlelng the fuel that a majority of the , mi;- .mi e iii.,r m.i, i.is . s fool's erran.t As an Inaurircnr Anier- , UOfl SfBe hem In tlie naeev esnressed It: I to call of I " 'We have Jumi-ed are bttSted, We have Of getting nway with stoo-1. lllram Wheeler of the yuln y, III.. Journol, warned the company that a conspiracy of silence would never Will. Mr McCIUre, shaking bis list, said that be was liut trying Mo lift the pllgrlmag. I from the slough of suspicion, backbiting ,111111 tattling into wn.cn i nan an.-. "'Let us settle this in the spirit , the Lord,' pleaded Mr McClure. " The spirit of tlie dlVil In In thb ! Company,' sagely observed aii obscure I deb-gal- ..i..i tv doseii VOtCOS yslletl i 'Shu me I1 PThe meeting Is Irregular and :m 1 proper 1' shouted B w. Huebeoh, and Senator Helen King KObinsoB demanded that th meeting be adjourned The ino- arrled Attempts went made pec a i meeting, bu the party switch. We broke UP I'l Olsoroel . .......a .kin. "Thus were ths rspresentatlvi an"n. avian '.' wsi.aper.i a iuu:ic. -u GERMANS AND TI liKs PLAIN AN INVASION Exppctetl to .loin Forces in Attacking Anfflo-Krench Expedition. a.. thin stunt as a f the HI lA. Wis WILL NOT TAKE PART IN MOVE ii.- that had De ar to been des- tlllblll. Over nl M..e. ! lly de i ready e men rather picture Steele Men Bteeked, MotlOil picture men had hurrtl trained ard had their machines al for the two. but secret serve forcibly set., d ths machines and gruffly gave notice of a OlSle-." Ilo'.v the motion picture nieu it their resei vations on the speSiil se, tion of the itrain on which the President rode si service men cannot say They are sun rit.Lt it la Mr w.isot. e determination not to t.e suapp'-.t, bo'. he movie Hie . tc.Ve planned tu camp on his trail and are . camping i Another Indication that the Preal dential privacy may not be maintained long cams when it waa shot that many I reeervationj have been mads sitae the , news test flashed out that ihls spot luid , iieen chosen foi th. Presidential honey ' nioot. The registr.it'.. ui had previous. y been very light, this being a dull asaeon, but there r now prospects for a crowded hofriny seaeoi The Prenident and hln bride have 'broken utisuapectlngl) Ini foui other honeymoon partlss which had come hers for prlva- tie' The honeymaoiiers1 emotions ari mlxedi prids al ths die ' ilnotloti of a President i (1 Indorsement of the piac- the) picked and something of a Jealousy thai anj one else should as I plre to share thb their own ott er of th universe, s. W. did finish up ago on a forslgi now at the tu, s y there until the will be delh ered. i, Admiral Tay Ii u -h i udoors, els as bunt boats, by the Stark. 1 !. fter the . 1 1 i c llevt d ths -11, 1. 1, o Hotel me' loti ell a" UnUSUSl niililber of Visitors atld guests ill the lobby o dny. The. w.-r surprised at the num ber of nearby residents who found II Incumbent on them to visit the howteiry Despite the Am sunah'ny weather i .v came as .. chang. after a snojwstorm Indoors sppsared much nt ri comfort able than th.- outdoors Bspeclallj wai this noticeable when a rumor s arted just after luncheon thai ths Prealdeni and his bride planned an automobile ride, but those w ho waited for B glimpse of them were dlsappoll ted The Presidential party has all n 'he newer se. tlm of tin hotel at Its dis posal. This section has. a number of . sits and entrance! of Its own so that the two need not push through the main lobb) President Wilson Is by no means fie, frien the cares of hlS office He g gravely concerned over the Austrian Situation a"d Will ke.-n In constant touch with tin- capital Tiie President snd his bride took thi dr breakfasl early 'his morning on the train They had grapefruit, cereal, aorambted SggS. chops, hoi bread and marmalade and coffee fie .rue Dickson, wbo was in charge of '.lie private car, was delighted tgith thele tppstlties The Presidential suite at the hotel was d rated w-ith American Beauty roses and red and white caniStlOIUh which pleased the bride very much ui be s.i d autb r.tatlvely, how- ever, 'hut lbs Amerl an Uovsrnmeni l,ks on the situation as grave and Will await With consldsrablS anxiety Vienna's next move At. bops that eit In eifflclal circles iliat Ati.-ttia srill acoeds to t ie Mm i i an ibunaiids M.-ita to be bieed on the belief that Qermany will lirtt.g pressure on her ally to effect an adtuatmetil of the controversy. As Washington views the situation there is .me loophole through which Aus tria may avert t'.e crisis Without imme. dlately yielding to 'in- ilovemraent'a de mands. ThlS might be accepted if the pore Is (fnce al Vienna should find Itsell aha :' repudiate the Admiralty statement, which lonrtnned the Amet; cail evidence that thi Ancona while at a standstill wio- torpedoed anu sunk with psssengeri still on board. Tha-. statsmsi by ths Austrian Ad- iira'n h the keystoue on which the United s ates rests its i!'. As long as It rtB ids uniepudiated tills fJoVel II men will feel It ha:, all the evule : itscsesary ano mat it cannot eater Ii to ,i , sloi i Saw wseMi,Usiaa whlcl i rsesril- t! a. iminnterl.il. i, this cmnec ion ii sran cecal iei mat t others short;, hefori the fl'st AmeliraU note; "-w, waa despatched Ambassador PentteM, McClul who tool been Instructed to ootatn aaui Lionel Information III regard to the sink ing ., th,- Ancona. tabled to Secretary laanalttB thai owing the inability of h Austrian oiticlats to communlcots wit! submarine commandsr the For eign illt.ee dealred more time in vvlilih i to get the Information desired. i 'h, tU,,,. i he state Department w.u ! unable io u -i-t md Ihls request for .le- la. t view of the fact thai the Ad mlralty sta emsnl was auppueed to l ave beei asued i the basil -.f a repor from the commander. Snowball hns of f reeling It. h "There I :t overwhelming feeling of depression Ir the part; At least i dOBOn Of the dell gates Intend to desert before they mak. ihsmselvee rldlculous, "Klght Norwegian nnd Swedish rc BOrtere can.e alnrd at ChrlstWinsand and were Immediately received private y b Mr. Pord and Leiuls 1'. Lochner, sec re tan of the tntemaUonal Peaoa s - ciely. "Afterward t.ie stage was net In th fc'Coud class saloon to huodwtna the Scandinavian newspaper rspreesntatlvee Into tlie belief that there was a har monious crowd of Innooont msrry makers aboard A resolution w-as unanimously adopted h lg;ng th. cart: to all ef forts to end the WSr. This Wat the first motto:, passed Without a dissenting vote alt'ce tho os-ar II . led frotn New York. "The Scandinavian correspondents seemed puttie. 1 ae to .vh.re nan the re ported i.fk of harmony, I ths freight i ths wonderlul Ark' i ight Over The eoirsepo pi"c.,s on tlie i a. "After returned i.isllnat lle...rtees. thS t'uily l-.a:. ident )'. ar 1 1. isi the Scandli ai to shore t.hr. cat and dog fight Sllbje't ol oUStltl pap . :..,. whuat wit ahold. Tl visitors had va-s a regular the i is. ar 11. "ti the the American BSWB- .vniee. iBswever, were l.'.'n cborse against '.he M.-l lure laeuen Wnrnlna- "Thee srsrs soon enlightened. Up sprang s. s, McClure. lie said ia bad neard rumors that seven New Vot k re port Th were to ne eXpollcd from the psrt) for Uliprofessionai conduct,' and that a committee it thai moment wo s... cretly 'framing Up' these men. " 'Beware,' BBid Mr McClure. If such n terni le and serious mistake .s con summated so mu h worldwide disap proval will aasail is that Mr. For-t s great life wort; will be irretrievably wrecked.' "In sxpienatioti should be stated that there la utidsntabie proof th t all press nte-sages froic ' e -,..p ere first rsad hy acme of Mi. l'i rd s hefcutnen. Thi accused raporten t.reeumabl have been writing things UlstaatefUl lo Mr. Lochner, Mme, Rosiau H hwiminvr and newspaper men waa inpniissaionai con duct' in aeruBraphlng psesimlatlc revu-- with n view of wrecking tn. mission, A tormiduble tlngt t f Ford's men tll.il to MM. 'h' BCCUM I iee-'ers off the sbipi -ut the tiua a vlgorx.us re Blgtance snd I s siteWBjB was defeased, lamporaril at least. ' The Norwegian visitors do titK -n-ceal their opinion I hat the mission lis i hops lees." The ChrVstianli correepotHleM of the llforaiBp Pesi -as that ths correspond tent of th. N.-w VorK Herald and a num ! of other oorreepondente have been ex I ipeiied from h. peace expedition and ! win I save the Hiiip I The correspondent adds; "Mi. Ford Was naked whether he Intended to stas St ThS Hague Until paBCI w as ib elat ed. " 'So' Mr. Ford said, 'the war may Uost ten i sere.1 " Oreecp 8trongl,v Oppowd to Allowing Ottoman ri'ii on Her Soil. speeief tebfs 1h$$Mh ta Tni. sc RoMB, lasc. 11.. Greece made : fot- niai reply to-day I-, ths suatro-i.terman representations protesting against the rectlon by the Alllss of fortlficalions around Rslenlcs The ri ply. according t'i an official despatch received hen . was to th-- effect that Ureece cannot prevent tlie building of fortifications, as tin y ars "Indispensable to tn- safety of the Anglo-French expeditionary force." Th.- safety of the Anglo-French troops, lie reply Bays, has been formally guar antsed bj 0 recce, srhlch ij still Serbia's ally. SEW GERMAN POLICY Mil 1 1 ii I net. iW -uniit reply t nn. obtains hat Austria n . ferring to her recjuesl . ij point out that liav- l nddltlonal data she noalttotl say that the Adinir lament was liutocurate. id Austria in this waj offer svt- o snow that the BUbmartns mis did not violate International is thoushl poseilils that the ,n i bo ernm hi might then sub own evidence and thua rave the WEDDING CARDS OUT. in the work, su- Tbey are Newark theatre and to uin- W. ln slay night, and on , lahl a dlnic anil (lam e are In their honitr at ub. tlx K-sex coun- ste. $8,000,000 CHRISTMAS PAY. II tar Milt. PlTTBBt'B. mill of I distribute fall. Mleollon to Kluiires. Sf ' regard lo the specific socusa- iIdi sgalnsi n: Oovsmmsnt thai wblls ihler i trade with neutral countries .la. '..,. . j , or,.. -lie. i Jtrltisn merchants have prod ed by His w.r measures to their sxpon trad", I beg to reo . .it, .oiii notice the figures given it I ai omnanytns retmrl. lsiae,! on (i lal returns of Ameil.an trade the biggest bed by your Oovernnvnt, Tou . tory. ell thSl w s lb tlSh trade, which pr0.i0n Veiy plant hsa sffersd grsatli In Its general vol-1 .. ...i u .. slight ext. nt capaeiw n eertal ranches 'met lean trade has pioyees are won ting . , , , . . 1. .t.r ..,,., lorces have I ii put i. . . ' .-ii , ik.. , asnsclally where Brl - ti ,,i. doaa not coinnets with i IBS in ,t, irgde in the neutral countries! i... pe, as ttie p'ouui s oi America BWll '.i thus OOUBlriSS are ol a wholly e.ffet .ni nature from tlioae exported Ir , .;,, t rirituln. i ms cases, which are explained j. 1 1 in the memoi-andum, ttiere 'n ,m Increase ol' the exports f . Hlund. but the aniOUIII Involved iii ruisbtira Have Molls III lllor. igQ, 111 - Steel and iron ttaburg and Its SUDUrOS wilt ,( .line this week, making hristim.H pay in iociii mm . . n intinltssimai as t an., nf Anierloan irtlcles, nnd the in ! from Kngland Is imparsd wiiii trade In the r.ase of the explained bv war manui acturea. Tin Wsstlnsnouse insi.iiing additional i war orders as as ' be made, and it iH thai 2"" carloads 0 I shlooad by tliese com The United States is working II per m Its mills and still or III, tlooil.ng the ooiuie.i tonnotfi is working to y cases the em- overtime. Night in in many shops, munition-, are be- 1 n .ini .Muses winch ii . ...... i no loss ini rioan sxporter, 1 only mention the wise of cot- .-.' oh roui lit Pees, plants have lieen machinery tO Ml is dellvsrlss could stated unofllclatly t munitions were erns last month. stoei Corporation nt CUIIBOlt hi all tiers come pouring irious plants UIUU nit on the bisiks Is ths llest in tho history of ths corpora- TWO furnaces ihal have lieen Idle for sever . I months a' tl'" Kdgar Tliomp gon works will be blOBTB In noon, mak ing i in , iii ire group of thirteen Is ois ia-nou. 7'. R, JABS AT WILSON, Mtsests "Ssfetl Plret" Hoi lei in staanslne iFttele, col. Roosevell contlnuss to dellvsr brosdsldes at Pr aldenl Wilson and Ills Administration, and i- tils latest article, entitled "America First a Kinase or n Fact." which win appear in the Janu ary number nf ihe IfctropaJifes Ifaed' : , he say.- the Brest dent has Anally adopted his (Roosev It's) prlnclpb about prspareilness, though seeking to apply it j In a lull"' hearted manner. 'Ths Administration has rocently de vised a new campaign catch phrase 'safety Ilrst,' " says uni of the excerpts 1 from tlie CoiOBSl's article. "It certainly expresses their attitude In putting honor rind duty in the second place, or. rather In no plaoe al all. Safety first : Thht Is the motto on which II B shipwreck those men act who crowd Into th life boats ahead of the women and children." in another excerpt the Colonel, speak i ing of Mr. Wilson's repudiation of his formor position and declaring thai the President did nol mean what he said so I far regal. is a nation Of which lie was afraid was concerned, writes: "Mr. Wilson a" year later has tlnallv 1 adopted my principle about prepared i ness, although he has sought to apply it I in a half hearted and incfflol t manner i it var after I denounced peace at any price he followed suit, quoting the verses of Ktekiel which for months I had been quoting I S ' ar after I had att ickeij hyphenated Americanism Mr Wilson I followed soil at least before the Colonial Haines: and now he accept, my doctrine of Ainerloa'S duty lo neutral B Hons which a year ago he stoutly up raised. Hut 11'' BPPllSB It can doll "" Hot e who i , 1 believe It American dollars only itgi Am rl- I. mi only in relation tn na in be trusted not lo he rilds, should be applied as regards ut even moie hh re gards Am rl.-an lives. ..-inn nun it snouio ll'rst and most stoutly lie asserted re- flpaMaMgd os Ptfia Ptie. The) t.-e i'ii. in. II. -ina Wlit.out lt I .. sin II III . WaStttNQTON, 19 C.tids an nounclng Ihs marriage of "Mr Wood- COW Wilson and IfrB. Norman linlt" were distributed through ths mail. I i Washington lo-dsy. Although Utey wen- addressed by the office; fore- ii the Whin- llonse and sent out last nlrrt after the wedding ceremony, tJiey were Without th- usual seal or Insignia which distinguish communications Of this char acter sect mil by lbs President of the UnltStl States Announcement cards foi members of the Diplomatic Corps and high offlcloli of the Oovernmenl Will be senl to morrow bv messenger, following the pract ice prevailing Iti thS White I Ions. In many Instances, however, the recolpt of these was anticipated mid messrtgss Of congratulation for the President and Mrs Wilson from diplomats, llovern mem officials ami foreign ruleri srere received In large volume to-day, The weddlnS announcement cards were of plain white enclosed In two envelopes following ths usual custom. On the Inner envelope was the name of the person to whom be announcement was sent and on the outer envelops were the nn.me nnd address The announce, tneut was nmile In the following Simple form. In keeping with the unofficial character of the ceremony 1 Mr. Woodrow Wilson nnd Mrs Norman Uelt, nee Udlth Boiling, announce their marriage Oil Satur day, the eighteenth of December, Nlnoti-en hundred and fifteen. Waahlngton, i. C, It Is understood thn' Mrs. Rolling. mother of Mrs Wilson. im had cards engraved announcing the marriage of per daughter which Will be sent to ths members of the family, relatives and Intimate friends nnd thai these have U- ready been distributed hy post. Fall" 5,000 announcement curds have i t sent out to them from the Whits IfousS. I Thirty-five hundred urn required loi 'lie official '.1st ..'.'iis. h. r net for mo Ing sir ally st dene, mends law. ' Amerl. mil it w a1 for a discussion. While it s conceded that Austria might tit t it smhsrmsslni to repudiate its iwn original version of the .it- tOCk, i '- generally believed here that the autboritloB ai Berlin are bringing str .rg pressurs to bear on Vienna to avoid a break. The same Is said In press reports fr..m Austria of the au thorities ':i Hungary. Front the Clermsn stundpolni It is SU-Ueted that the avoidance Of a break between the United States and Austria would !" of importoiK. In view of ths still unsettled points respecting ths Uusl tania v.-"' between Washinstoii and Berlli Should ' break come between this count d and Austrls tlernawiy would I,.- uotll'ruuted With a similar prOBPSCt 1 If she fall 1 10 bast, n XII adjustment ! of ths L-uaitatils dlsputs. u reaulremeiii Boverancs ot uipi tween th. Butted ts'OUld lllak" tlolll divided.' blurted out Mr. So words . ;'ti vi.Hngs that tact." "Kvei-yb. uy squirmed ai d attempt! vere :na.i. to squelch further expusurs. "Hiram Jaokson said he thought the question was irrelevant und that ther. hee l la; iiu more diecuaslon. Mrs. ines Mllholland Bolssevali lo Ihs Colo nel's side, waving hsr hands and shout ing wildly if w ,r,- go.ng t.. mediate Hhirope's troubles we must first learn t-- mod lata bmottg ourselves There mas' be no militaristic settlemeni In this." "Thei half a dOSStt delegatet com menced to apeak simultaneously. Some hody suggested :. alio -.'il s"-.g- and above the din on. heard th. votes ' the Rsv, Dr, Aked In 'M i-'ountry, 'Tie of Thee.' All thi was going on wtin. the part) i was waiting t. Mms, SOhwinuner, who i had la-en In mysterious seclusion fi ' three days. Wdii cheers greeted hep be- stt-d appearai I "In tragi, tones Mm. Bchwlmn sought tt... Americans lo rescu. Kurope fis.tn complete deetruot Her appeal ended, the row about Ihe reporters was res i. ne, I lov. L B. Han i. . i "i North Dakota wanted u committee of thres to go t.t Mr. Lochner ..ml ask how matters FEW MEET FORD PARTY. i hrtatlants Btodents 11..1.1 Reees Ho.i Muse Meeting Tsshsy. Frost xk corf. .Besses! of Tin Set SpSCiel CnbU f'e.jeit -A Til., bit-. CttSlBTtANiA, Bsc It. -The ScsuidlBjB- vlat.-Amei I an K.ne steamship Oscar II.. bearing Henry Pord and his peace party, I arrived at Chrlattunl.i at f. o'clock this 1 Sunday mortitnB Tt- peace pilgrims found tit city covered with snow .md the temperature in 10 degrees tielow zero. t small crowd. Including students ..t.-i newspaper men. "as at the pier to gie. 1 the pilgrims. The members of tbe party are quartered In Ihe best hotssl No offk-lul reception n is been pktnnsi I bu! the Student. Society, the biggest orersuisatlon li I is .its. will receive the party tu-ntShl and there wilt be a huge mess meeting to-morrow Tin Norwegian LKtvernmeut refusBB to recognise the mission ofllctally and 'will hive 1... star, in its entertainment. Ti-..- -dictions ar.- that the Norwe gians, oiitsirte of the Socialists, "til. powerful in Norway, resent F-ord - Inter, ferel . e. but b well received psfson- ally, Arrangements ore being made for an audience w.' i King Ha.moi. Mr Ford plai - foi the party to lockholm ..t. t t the Swedish c nd 'lien going l entous si. id to derslH.t.llitu ypscfel ( at'e r III... I Sell t 11 h Ureece, ptteA I" Ti.t Bt I'ABiSt I..--, lie The reply of Ureece to Ute Teutonic protsel sgalnsi the build ing of fortl float 10ns at Satonlca s re garded here as Incrvaelng tn. dangoi a t term an Uivosion ot Greece with the objs -t of driving OUI tin AHa. it IS ttot til' pl'eS init the ext-li ''sing erected 1 the aMef point epresentntlons mes of 'he Bltb -I 1 roops l.e .1 .'en.,- wo-ks now ound stiioi lea 'bat forma at t... ie in the 1 termi n a' Athens. le ft Inlng riss V,Vi- ll.eS- p '.s' 11 to Christlai day. rein for t hres Cos'nhug Th.s idler. tt. sntlrs party was taken t: automobiles 'o Holmenkollen, six 'nlies frm Christiania, where lunch was served, Holmenko s tin suburb wiiete it,.- International sititng tourna ments are held in February Tti some quart, r here there , f. . dency to the belief that Oerm 11 y, In tacit accordance With Ureece, purposes to allow tiie situation 10 proceed to a olnt where the Hellenic iiovernment Will lie force,l to admit that th. allied forces and fortlflcatlohi havt bev-ome too stnvig for Ureece t. coj-e with suc cseeftilly, esnectall) In view of the men uvts to Ureece from tin- nilioil tieta When ths- ndmlsslon la made It at argued, ttermsny ostentatitiusly WIM as. sum. the r..ie ..- th tlefender of Ureses and move .iSttilutl Balonieu. . .lespnt ii to the restst from vthcis s:i; the neutral Power- u.it ussumnces to t'.e Urssk tlovertimsnl that Rtils rlttn trOOM Would not ISkU part II, Ihe ,v.t" ot auv action uiralnsi the Entente allies on flroak terrltttry, i-ot thai ihere ;a a o iesti ' ,,t a, attack by tho Austro. Uermana with lh ild of Turk Tlie part1 M at i -t ,.f Turk- In at operation on Uroek soil tvould i strongly ol.Ject -d t . tij '. Uovern ne. notSrithstan liti-t an assurance th 11 t erritory oecupleel tsitllri be evacuated after the w u e Ttirl Isb Minister had v,-itli 1e.me" SliOU- t. GERMANS AND TURKS FRENCH SORROWFULLY MASS TO STRIKE EGYPT SAYS GOOD-BY TO ARMY On! 1 long ennferer aiidls yssterd . Th Inset ion f ...in ..nd He' c 1 1 four .1 y. nf 1. trooiM ' '', Hitler is attributed a- tntich ' ui' as to military reasons aughl thai the Oermans si lently strong m it- tlie 1 o overcome 1 ! I it Hll li In- Ooltjt, in ConniiMiid, Jt'i rilt'orillfcl M.'s-hi:'!'-r'poin kiiis.-r hiuI Multn. 'iirewi'll iili'. I'pniw's irii"s BravtM'.i .uni Pr rltotsi 11 ptir eitioii. I he .ml a-c Iryitlg li lone t.. Rulstur ' Thr nfllrlal Ft -ued to-nixht SB) Ihs Near KBSt Art.iy ni ti . 1 1 Il g '... add to tl qttd, The . dditlot iHinmuniquS t ; iie oparatlons Th.-fe Is on . dins 011111 ut. -1 mat .i1 which tlois Ausl natia states .- ban o 1,. desp.it Cutnpu to tin from DOES WILSON SEEK WAR? StSataXeltUnS'' Warns tHSlnH II real. Will. tBStrtS. Toe BfssfSJ!cil-asB 11 an editorial on ib.. crisis in Ihs ivi.n s betwi 1 nited States and Austria says: "With unheard of levity the nepers discuss tn. question in the diplomat!! Oovernmsfit and 01 ..f Austria-Hungary - Just as that were 11 matter of usual routine, ivnicliil action that could and should taken ...' ph.islr Beemi the ew-s- f a break t-'l.il.ous oetweeti our the fri.-ndly Uovern if :i n lie w 11 limit any further hesitation as i :t appears 'advisable to em :i fesllBfl of displeasure that for this "i that reason just Pled the his he his of lbs SI Nil I defeat "Kvld unclear such a st dell! lout "Kv.-n bretilt in l-esult 111 which in tremely much ' nrsssnl qui ntly there prevail simr very ideas as to the significance ot tap, particularly under existing' in normal olrcumstancse a 1 the diplomatic relations must sstrattgamsnl ami Irritation. , nit'ii may develop Into BB SB. precarious suuat'tin. and now ot luld such II step 111 the case lead to unforeseen opnse. s, Ivec. 19.- Kxchange Telegrai iineterdkm saysi "it is report el thai PIsW Marshal o.-r Units, commandsr 1 1 chief f First Turkish army, Is establishing headquarters al Alepi, Svtla. wh-r,. Turkish ano Uerman tro-.ps under command ars being equipped t... invasion ut Kg p "F.m.iero- William and the Sultllh Tl.rkl have Sent the Field Miisllal massages of giod will in which one k. esureessd thai his rsreei will is- crown, d with .1 crushing of tiie Kllte.lt. Allies "FieW Marshal vol dST UoltS'S fcr.-e consists partly of the Conetantlnopls army .oris., which under Uerman officers. The soldiers arc urmed w-it:i Krupp rifles. ' Several large corps of Unrman pro f,esors lire golna ! Turkey under a t'tnee year contract to tea -h the iler niiiti lanvu.ige-' BARS WOMEN FROM EGYPT. Itrltlsh Order I ...l lo. res lltiireta tlo.i of T.-ut.ui iHVSatSS. Isesisi ' sbfs PesssM to Tax lev. fperi"! CtltU BsSBefrA lo Tits -IdtNPON, Pec K' PI id Marshal Vlecouni French Isss Issued at ordet 10 the troops in Prance on h,t vetire" men: from command of tin Hritlsll ex psdittonary Torcsn expressing t. 1 '- llcers gnd msri Ills heartf. : OTWW" at palling with them "befors HMc Psjlgn n which w f u so ions have been sugBsTsd logotht has tec brought to a victorious ' o. luslon " Viscount Frn ih s - r, wtic mads pubic- ay ti RU-ii prcsi tcsalayi continues; "I have the trtiesl vouvu'tlu such 11 glorious staling t-- youi and hsr 1. efforts ami shall wntoh 5 1 the Ida. goal lib ! the most on tl. lent 1 Ops "The success so lai attained ha. been ' the result ut' ihe indomitable spirit and I dogged tenacity Which do 110. knuS de- ' leal, by the heroic courage of t a- rack 'nnd in.- of tin- splendid army which it ! will ever remain Ills pride and glur) I of mi. '.ne in '";,v commanded. ig I stars an ' Isrtitorluls, old in d use n -1 'nibs, have shown these inajefBliostlt j I Qualities in an equal tl. m. e. From UI) I in I t.. .Illk Voll .,1:. ire BO nminun carried N'sp-S.i V .1 a ' The unusual Plra-u Ions o t.'lnu l o -l- l- m "T al troops umulating war cutliw.tr, oni a nillw -nn' h fmn Klitlti r'al i long cle calm b I' c - '.'.,7.. 1 1 1 lot t;t II ttl vlous (hi is's fron from ft . . I reelt l d is .-io: s it. 1 snppl he Itt-lstl II polls 1 ol 1:1 . ogrei inter) 1. was a tost rlei did : distant toward t snd iillisntlon," . hundred ihotisan linn voters n ! ed ano will I The official pr, s.. illowlng statsnieni In the uneTittsn law thai governs th.- relations between Uovernments ti dis 1 continuance of tne diplomatic Intercourse I in looked upon ns 'he (prsrunnsr of an acute devstopmenl nf tin iltuatlon, as the lust step before unfriendly acts nrs In order. 11 Is almost tint iiluliiible that Presi dent Wilson can have such nil 'aim It. mlndi But th iiBequsiicee are thresi- suing, "nee the diplomatic Intsycourss is eat Off. "ibp w iin coiii. 1 I'rssldei I Wilson gain be breaking off our relations wit ' ahs- if a .SCO un. t.oM.tiS, DSC, bureau issued the I this afternoon : In view of the fge -lumber ot holies wiio have proceeded to Bgypt, It has Keen decided at tiie reiiueel of the general oltlcer ciiiinanding that Until further notice passports will not be is sued Pi ladles in 1 liable them to travel p. or winter In Kgypt The possessors ,,r valid passport, arv warned that they will ten b. allowed to dli.einl.ark without special permission of tho gen eral ofliesr uommandliig hi Kgypt." ltccent despatches have .ntttnoted that lha rat ted plans of the Oermans and Turk t" .'ttenipt in Invasion nf Kgypt next spring ars receiving lose attention In UiudoU. he "At hesrl cel. ed thn thi.-. sail iiionit'ni of parting my gies nut i" those who hjBVC I'S. lifelong Injury from wounds, 1 Vilth SOSVOW of 'na' great nt.il obad ano w ill lie mini i. .. lak. pat' . i". elections tu-inorniu -aya a Haves ig. ii v despatch Hl.-d at At;. -is in Saturday. "Th. Lt hern Is, oe Veulxclos part' who carrli I '' seats out of His In thv fhambei ol .titles 1" the last slectlon, also will ' .'.-.it front the polls almost uuanlmuusly , .0 cording ni the besl Indlcationi "The Uovsrnmcnt, however, ,s urgina all its partisans to vole, repruscntitig it to he their dut III the ;rriv. elr cumetsncse ot th.- naimem "Th.- campaign hns passed h is-rfcct ralnt the abstention ol th. Liberals eillltlnHtilll all p.i-'iic..te ilis.'Useioq, The number of votes cnsi I hi only point of Inter. SI and In Ihi la'cullur circumstances of ihe elsctl 1. . - 011 tills point are Impossible VENIZELOS FIRM III, tflorlOUS host of USlOVSd comrade have made the greatest sacrifl 1 by laying .low 11 ih Ir lives for tne country." Viscount French conciudss elth expression of hi "graltfletj and bear fell devotion and good wlShSS ft' glorious future" which he fee s I BjBSUI d I I re lie b l Se.- rllti nrr I o-.le . Pants. Dso, '1' -Field Marsl.nl Sir 'John Flench arrived In Paris this eve ring from Hie front. He B'lll Is received m-morrow ivfternssn b I1 resident poln- I ruri l,r,-.-. Ilsfeaes core. si III ot kerlils fsscigf I'srrssecHti set r. Tn ROMB, NOV. , II. -The Athim SptVlsnl 'f t.e Milan t'orW. ,v. co has SgOin inlet viewed .v lbs I VenlBetos, who sxpuiins tlie be pet crisis In Ureece as follow "The solution of the . rial evidently anO-constltutlonal, form and in subs': in n, sil SOTMtl policy of the King pre. did not provoke the c'isis 1 could have been closed .". Nov after the termination of session of thrss months nd not bsvf be. 1 i'l" nod bi ." 1 t-r ttie pri ailed I rlinineiii inber 1- iiiimunt need ne new roni