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THE SUN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1916.
.GERMAN OFFENSIVE BLOCKED BY FRENCH ANOTHER GREEK FORT SEIZED BY THE BRITISH Kum Kale Taken and Garrison Forced to Leave Allies Explain Act as Move to Protect Transports Bound for Salonica. BANKRUPTCY FEAR FELT IN GERMANY GERMAN ADMIRAL DERIDES BLOCKADE ROOSEVELT OPENS NEW ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL Ex-President Praises Flawless Charity of Aiding Little Children in Recently Completed Structure That Cost Nearly $1,000,000. Teutons Hold Ground (inincd, but Arc I'mililc lo Ad vance Further. Possibility of Inability, to Set tlo War Loans Is Discussed. "Only h Bluff,' Soys Von Holtzcndorff, Chief of Naval Staff. FOGS C1IKCK ACTIVITY twit table l)etittch to Till! Scv T,omjN. Jan. SI t'nceaslng. violent attempts by the Herman (o follow up tlm successes the)' RaliioJ In the last two days In their new oftetmlve on the western fiont wiro beaten biiol: by the 1'wnrh. To-day's Herman War Onice statement claims no furthrr gains. The ground won by the Teutons remains, however, firmly In their hands. The I'renrh during the lat twenty four hour iHUiichifi determined counter ati.e Ik on Hi" Hermans, lines In iui ef fort to regain th) lost ground, hut in vain. Thu new German offensive, however. appears to havrs been halted. I.at night the llennaiw made two at- lacks unoii the French lines in the Arras i sector, southwest of Hill No. 14". rear ' ago of in allied mule transport by the Vluiy height, which command the " 'ierman nibnnirlne, which had ap Important Arras-Lens road. Here they , preached to within a few miles of the are endeavorlnic to push their front I channels Uadlng lo the port of tfatonlca. further ahead to improve their stra-J Tim vessel Max beached und part of teglcal MsltUiii. i''4"?" tta" saved. It was to pre- Tho Herman official statement de- vent the recurrence of tills Incident that dares thai "fighting activity has sonic. I what decreased," and ascribes this to the misty weather. This Is takuu lo Indi cate that the Hermans will tenew their lgihral offensive, as soon as the weathr lnntls. Mlftor trains arc reported In the French iibjht communique and by the official llrlt'lsh headquarters report lsii'd to night Tim night French communitu6 fol lows: . in Belgium our heavy artillery tlrd effectively upon enemy nrganl.atlons t . the Stcenstraete llrldce, the abut ment of which on the eastern bank of the Yer was damaged. South of tlii)i' our trench guns wrecked the Herman works In the re gion of Fresiilcres. North of St. Mlhul our lung ran;o tuns bombarded thu enemy caiilon Bients u.1 Co nil. ms, east of Ilxln. at St. Maurice, and under tho northern slois at llattonchatel, 'The afternoon conimunniui: was as follows; . To tlin north ot Arrjs the iiin last nlcht at a point southwest of llfll 'Hi' delivered two alt.nRs with h.ind grenades, both of which re sulted til failure. In tho Champagne district our ar-tiller- bombarded the (Term. in trench"1 lo tho north of lTosues. During this action there were observed explosions at four different points of the cnemy'ii front. In the Argonn. thert has li.en llaht Inic with mines at flaule 'hevaUchce. W responded to th" explosion of a Herman mine by .1 counter mining op sratlon which deetro.ied an under ground gallery occupied by the enemy. There has been intermittent artil lery tiring In the other stctors of the front. The follow Ing report from Itrltish hl'aduarters was made public to-nl:ht: Uurlns the ti.slit a iurt i ntered tho Genuali triliehes mar the Keiii-niel-Wysch.u'to ro.ul. Thvt-e tremlns wern found full of men. About fort e.isu.iltles were indicted on the ei,, to. Three j)risoners er broucht hack and two machine kuiis were de stroyed. Durlw? the day thuro was consid erable artillery .u'tlvlty about Krl court, north of Jvius, and north of Wulverchew. Tlie (Jermaii ollii'lal statement says: Western Theatre uur new tri nche In the region of Neiullle haw I.e. 11 held against tepcated I'ri nch attacks. 'Hie number of prisoners lak 11 northuest of the IH.ige of l-i Kdle Ins Increased to Ills men. and the booty taken has increased to eleven machine tiups. The French made several surlirls. llrlng attacks aKalnst the positions captured by Sllesi.m troopn south of the Somnie on the 5Sth. Fighting activity has somewhat de creased, OHlng to the misty weather. IAIY TO FIX FREIGHT RATES. Milti .0ner 4 'imperii! t 'oniinl ion win nrrei-i dntiiii'iiu. tprciat ruble Htsvitth to Tin. Sts. rtoMK. Jan. 31 Owing to the patriotic pooperiitlon of the Italian ship owners a remedy lias lx.en found to reduce the Vlevaillng high cost 011 freightage, A special commission Is to ll fielght ralis In the future. It Is said that all Italian ships. In cluding the Austrian and Herman vessels raized by Italy at the outbreak of tin war, will bo used for the transportation of'war material, also for coal, wheat and other necessary Import. Meanwhile Xlaor des I'lanches will make the. necessary arrangnnents In Jxmdon to charter a suttlvluit number of iiltlcd itnd neutral ships for the Italian Imports. Tho same freights aro to lie paid on these weM as are paid on tin Italian ships. In tin competition will be stopped and the freights will be automatically reduced WHEAT TANGLES NEUTRALITY. Htimnuln Involveil li HfTorts tit BelllKercMts In I onlrol MurUcl. Special Cable Dttimlei In Vv bi -Ho ML, Jan. 31 Tlie Allcs' attempt to corne'r tho wheat marlitl of Rumania has Increased the priies to such an i lent that tho Austrian nod Hermans vi ho contracted to pay cash down on f.O.OOp carloads ot wlu-.it at current prices are now threatening to camel their contracts unless delivery Is forth coming lii.iiicdlatcly. Instead, however, the Rumanian Hov ernment has prohibited the exportation of consignments of wheat already paid for. Tho Austrian und Herman ion rigiiecs ate demanding guarantees for strict ooinpllaheo with their terms of ruim'.iots. r-'erlous complications ar looked for, especially sin. e the Aus trian's nnd Hermans believe they cannot nvert Rumania's Intervention It Is liellevcd in some quartern that ncse consignees are likely lo preclpl i'le events purpo'ely with the object of ,intldiatlng what they consider Ru mania's inevitable intervention. 30,000 ITALY'S PRISONERS. 4.-.,illiil Aiiktrlnii Held In Check U ii n ii crit II iisj- on Uoiiro. .sec''J fable Hrtpittch to Tin Sun. Romi;, .Ian. lit. - An olllclal resume of of Italy's entrance, and operations In the viar was given out hem to-day. This stated that ilu.oun Austrian prisoners, five, guns, sixty-five machine guns and nuantlllcH of rifles and oilier war ma terials liad so far bfen captured by the Italians rom tho Austrian forces. Twcnty-flvo Austrian divisions, about s25,00() men. urn said to have been massed along tlie Italian frontier at Ihe licglnulng of th" war. The Italian War Oillue Issued Ihe fo. lowing iilutcincnt lo-nlglit : There were small actions in the Iigrirlna Valley, northward of Mori. loMnt artillery duels took place on ll)te4"o'l.o luND0N, Jan. .11. The occuvatlon by the, Alllea yctterday of the Kara Har Peninsula, duo eolith of yalonlcn. was prompted by the. necessity to guard the allied transports In the waters around Salonica, It Ud explained to-day In u despatch from the Oreek front, Simultaneously with thin explanation came a despatch from Milan to-day unotlng the Cnrrierr. ilrtUi .Sen! as eay ln that the Hrltlsh also havo occupied Fort Kum ICale, oripoiHtc Kara Har. The Hrcck garrison embarked on a vessel, the despatch ra. Tho allied plea of "absolute necessity" offset to some extent to-day reports from Athens that th occupation of the two Hreek forts aroused Intense Intllgliu- tloii In Hreee. The tmmedlatn rau.ie for the landing it Kara Har, the siulonlcu " "Paten sayi. wn tno torpedoing a few .he Allies aw themselves compelled to take the necessary ste to guard their Salonica haw, as well an the many foreln warshlvs now In thp Salonica waters. To Icavo the forts of the Sa lonica approach In tlreek hands and thereby unprotected against attacks on allied vte"es, It Is argued, would have moan: tlin Inviting of exlJislve Herman and Turkish submarine opi rations, that might ultimately present a great menace to tho entire allied i. ditlouary force on Urcck sol! A statement transmitted In a Salonica despatch, purporting lo explain the 00. cluiatton of Kara ll.tr olllclally, says Ui part . "Kara Har Is now ixcupled by French J i If MP u FOE BEYOND ERZERUM I'toiliini Inilioiti's Kiicii't'lint: Movciiii'iit ln.ti'inl of Katiy At tuck on (Mtv.. ,l'ruil fablf f'1-si.BcA in Tin: m Ie.st.'N, Jan. 31. A t'liatign of strategy by the main Russian i ailcaMis i east, is now In full rebellion. Hie Hov army now Invading northern Armenia Is ernoe Hei n Januiry in. All communi-IndUat'-l by an nftlcl.il statement issued cations have been Interrupted, at I'etrogr.ul to-night. The Rus.!in It is n ported that lT.ooo revolutionists War Office announce-, that the Rus- siaiis are imrsuitig ine uirns, woo are . "retreating in the region of the ('horok j Rlvcr This riser runs a .sinsidcrablo I distance fortltled iioilhwest ..f liririnn, the Armenian cii. w hriv tne niilnna'ionoi on me l angise.iM.ine; iicr at nirMkii for.ii at last .osiMiuts was bard pies.-ed oy tl'' (' - 'f Hr.uid llllke .Nicholas . j Recent statements have ri'piatiillv foreshadowisi the eirly fall of Rrzorum. line ofrtcial statement asirtid its Istin-. Utrdmeiit had begun, while imofflclnl reports had the city already takeo. It aplnars now that the Russians havei l-guii an cnclrdlns "v fluent. f us t attack tun city I rom the north and possiblv f-om th west. Instead of f rom j tlie ast, whither they i.iinc. Tli statement follows . Herman nrtlllerv Unubarded f-lok Uu the Riga sector). In n.ilula. n th" mldille Sirypa. our scouts Mirmiindfd a h'ta H nent of u-lrlan guard- Hand In hand tight ins ensued. Some of the ustrlaus KCie bavonctcd. and tin remamd. r were taken prisoners. The number of enemv deserters is increasing As a result of our operations on the. Turkish front Hn Armenia I wo ds-lodL-ed th enemy in a region forty miles ion-. Many prisoner and guns and great uuaiitltiej of artillery and ingliieerUi-- si. ues were captured. fin .laiiiiarv i'. our advan. d guaid-. vuisulng Ihe Turks retreating in the region of Hie Chorok River, took some prisoners and captured a well and some cattle. WON'T SEAL SHIPS' WIRELESS. ctv Order n"cetlni I'iihI Mcainers olillnu Here, Collector of the Port Dudley field Malone was notltled yesterday by As ilstant s-'tcretary of the Treasury nd.ew .1. Peters that In accordance with the advice or tli" Scrotarj or the Navy it l unnecessary to dismantle ihe radio apparatus of bunker coal steamers of belligerent countries wlun they re main In port for so ehort a nmc that It l not nccctsary lor mem to eniei ana "clear." In such cases, however, the Collector is instructed to deliver tu the master of the ve'rid n copy of the printed Instruc tions Issued by tho .Navy I iipartinent, governing the action of the port authori ties in such mutters. Ihe ollector ii ulfo Instructed lo Inform IIP) master of; the vessel that ns tho bldp has nut! "entered' und "cleared he will n t be reuulnd to seal bin radio apparatus nor to lower his atlUlinic, but that tho up. nara'.us mutt not he uxeu in any way, either for transmitting or i delving, un til after the vessel has cleared tho limits of tho iort. PATAL BERLIN FOOD RIOTS. Herman Troops In llnve I'lreil On mill U 1 1 It'll sli Persons. Lovrov. Jan. 111. V Central Ne.ws ilesimleh from Amsterdani slates that food riots have bei n rit-uined in llerlln, lu tho latest clash, it Is reported, six persons were kill. .1 and seven Injured by 1 1 oop, who were called to eupprem the disturbance. Ilrlll.li Loss In .liuiiiiiry Ull.TO.'l, ,s;)fciu Vabli ls.Ji7i to T.'l. M s IsiMuiN, .Inn. HI HriUsh casualty lists published during .lanuaiy totalled l'0.7ns, the nuiiiber of ottloers being 1.070 and of men 19.15'JI. To-day's olllci.il casualty list covering all Hrllisli fronts gives I'm number of olllcers nl li". of whom "'. wern killed, ami that of men at tin", of whom 170 were killed. This makes to-day's total number of casuillns 701, of whom COS were killed, Te n n 5 so n 's HrnmUiiii lleiirt, I.ovpoN. Jan "I. Nowh waa received lo-ilay of- the death of inval l.leul, Harold C, Tennyson, gnurdsoii of Ihe jinct. No details were given. .Mylllrnc Kronen. Aeroplniir llnse. Paimh, Jan. .11 rrcneli troops aro cniitluiiliiK to laud on the Island of .Mjtllene, according to a llavne desic.li from Athens. Tho despatch adds Hint an iieroplano flotilla makes d.Uly ircon nalsance over Alu Minor from Ihcro. and llrltljli laud force and Tirltish, French. Russian and Italian naval de tachments. Gen. Moschopoulos, com mander of the Oreek army In Mace donia, wim Informed that the decision of the allied military and naval authorities was In conformity with Instructions from the Kntente Oovernments and also with circumstances which rendered the meas ure Indispensable. Then the Ureek troops forming the garrison of the fort, numlierlng 200, embarked and were brought to Salonica. "Tho Hags of tho allied Towers, with the tlreek colors in tho centre, now are Hying over the fort." Despatches representing the Hrcek side of the question assert that the Kara Har fort was held by only eighty Creeks, who had no chance to resist the allied landing. Three regiments of French ar tillery. Infantry and cavalry were landed on th peninsula, and tho fort was glrn up after a brief parley, (.'ourt-martlal of the commanding olilcer is urged by sonio oftlclals, the despatches say. Hermans In Hnibnaay n llnchttrot I'neU I'pi llerlln I 'curs llreak. fpecial Vnlle trtiilrh 10 Tu tV I.0.N00V. J,tn si, The 7)udi JfoiTs Vevey correspondent nuotcs a hlghlv placed Ilumanl.in personage just arrived from Hucharest as sajliig that the Her mans left Mt tho embassy at Hucharnnt hae pa ked alni'st everything. Only a little furniture remains. The corrispondent adds Oiat the latest Issues of iierman newspapers published 4n Hiiiharest exprss alarm at Itu manla's attitude, which Is causing grave apprehension In llerlln. nxlrlnti Air Hold on llumrtii, chango lias fcien still further lowered, Romk, Jan. ai - -Act nrdltig to th Tor-1 "Then. 1- sonio apprehension with pe ri, re ilrlla .Srr.i Austrian aviator have ' " lo thp t rooralf war lti.i conducted a raid on Iturrazm. Alhai.l,.. lurlng tl.e course of the bombardment manifestoes were drutipetl ad'slng ihe Serbs to return to Serbia U. S. SEAMEN IN CHINA TO GUARD FOREIGNERS lnilicudinj: Clasli of Natiis I.eaiU to Ktalililnii(nt of I'l'otrcfion Zone. I'kkin. Jan. Si. --The prounce of Ke.,li(iw, adjoining Vunniti on the from this pivilnce in mmp.ttiy with inuw irum i uiuiaii ar" niarcning on i C'uiing-Kiisv, where the in'aln garrison j of Hovtrnmm troops are located. I oe .Mnertcan gunbo.it .Mono.icy is, this point and tin comm. tinier has not'-, fl-d lr. Reliseh. the Atnerl. an M!n.ter In 1'ekln, Hut a ronr m been outlined I In which lie will protect foreign, rs threatened by the fighting. I.uchow and Tse-Uutslng ale said to have fallen to the rlc fon.ee. Chung-King Is In the prov.nce of Chueti, fifty mile;, north of the horder of the province of Kaei-chow iin ninetv miles northeast of the northeast corner of Yunnan. The city of Mui-l-'ii. situated in .-'z. Chueti. Ju.1 across the Isnder from Yun nan at tl is ioint. was captured some time ao by a division or Yui nan rel.e1., wjio wen. n ported to be prin eedliig north ward against Chenir-Tu, the capital of Sze-Chuen. Th fall of Tse-l.mtMng In dicates that iiiev have maicliid about fifty miles, or a tli.rd of the distance tow-anl Jills point. RUSSIANS LOSE NEAR RIGA. llerlln Reports l ollnpse of OITen slve I'lider Herillllli I'lre, lh.Rl.IN. via I,o nlon, Jan r.l - Army l.radiiuarters Issued t.ie following state. mnt to-day regarding oiieratlons In th east : Russian attacks against the church yard al Wlsman, on the River A a, west of Riga, broke down under our Infantry and artillery fire. IKE ROSE, SPY SUSPECT, GLAD TO REACH U.S. A. JCxpi'rH'iKTS Villi SI ni Hirer's Trunk and KnjdMi I'olicc Cool His. l'liiltnitliron. Ike Rose, lheatrlc.il igent anil native American, arrlvcl ythlerila.v from Liver pool by the American liner Ht. IsjuIh aflei having I n held up b Scotland Yaid .letictlves at Kalmouth. wnerc he arrived b Ihe Holland-America steam ship Rotterdam cm Ills way to this purt. Mr. Rose said it was mi" Hint he had been several luoiitl in Hermatiy und that he could distinguish no dlflerence In life In Herlln irom Hie normal llfu tn New York, but tn.it he was positively not in the game of helping onn side or the other 111 the great war. He had met a man in a casual sort of wa in Rotterdam. Mr. Rose said, and thu man had asked that hie trunk be taken down to tho Holland-America I.lno pier The trunk got to the pier and was put aboard the ship. Scotland Yard got wind of tho iriiulv and when Mr. Rose arrived at r.ilmoulh he was asked lo take a seat in the cibin while h'e. bag gage was being examined. Later he hail to uivompany a ibtectivn to Scotland Yard. The police asked him about the tltltik and Mr. Ilo-n explained that h had nicrclv tried to do a phlkiuthrniilo act. Tlie trunk was full of pictures and papero advocating the Herman cause. HIM story was believed and the American was al lowed lo continue his voyage. "Do ou know the man who nsked you to take, hlri trunk in jour name to thu Rotterdam dock"" Mr. Rose was usked. Mr Rose answered- "If I ever meet the son of a gun I'll kill him." (iuerli XVIIhellillnn lln llilliienn. Tin: Il.V'.ri:, Jan. 31.- -Queen Wllhcl iniiia of Holland, who has been suffering Irotn an allai.k of Influenza, has been forced to lako lo her bed, according to announcement madn to-day, II was pre viously leported that the ijurrii was Buffering from th mumps. Him. Iliinna In Mill I 'rom llolliunl. Tun lUuin, Jan "I --Hov. I.. II, Ilannn of North liakola, who camu ubioad with the Kuril icacc pari) mid was tnkeii III In Copenhagen, lias ar rived here, lie will sail for Auieika on .Saturday. COM) SITUATION (SHAVE preit ''nbte Dftpatrh In Tor. Siv IeiMON, Jan. 31. The neutral corre spondent of the Timet write In a further article describing the linjiTesslonH he gained on his trips through the Central Kmplres : "Herman war finance cannot l dis cussed upon a scientific basis. It is an economic outlaw. No serious expert would attempt to llx the Intrinsic value of the mark. It may be worth fourteen or eighteen pfennig, as Herman bankers upsert. or nothing, as some critics insist upon the ground that the value of the mark can only be fixed at the end of the war when the exact amount of paper money will be known ana .1 comparison 1 upon the women ann cnuuren ni uir Is ilsible with Hie men existing stock many. He hinted strongly that Oer In gotd. I many Is prepired for any action by Competent Her;i..in financiers already have grave nrprehciisluna with regard lo the teal amiHiiit of gold in stock. They think It nuitc jws-.bin that ll.o llg urvs published lotitaln, for example, such foreign Wlls .is have been received from tho allied countries against advances la SIecle, "I'lai present etale of .iili.gs clvos the - I.. r.. I,.- ..... ilwf flie. ItfJlni' .1 i nits. ". ..t.' . lMCC t'"' mal'K Jet lining and wonder it u N not betlei to lo.le 4 or 4o per tent. 0:1 . their motley now than pcrliaps niuoh niore later. iViuseouomly the neutral countries lately havo btn lloodtd with i.iermau monev and as a rosult the ex alter th war. Tno j-ossmillty of tut-. tlon.il bankruptcy Is nenly discussed and the Idea of a hu.'e contribution to l levied from Hcruurv's enemies Is no longer held lis a srius opinion "The people eeu tculate whether Ihe state is slmnl) to r.duce the war loan paper to a iiilolmum percentage I of face value or conilsc.ite th capital ! There Is ho doubt that one of th main objects of the Hovernmcnt's m-.v imas urs In dealing with th contiol of the exchange s to preient capital fn.ai going abroad." The correspondent Imestlgattd tne Teutonic casualties, A list Is published dail, hut It Is not al.ow.xl to be repro duced or summarized. The newspipers have lost all count of the ismtenls. Tli writer quotes tho following estimate covering Herman casualties up to Ie ci..oler 7 : i Killed, eSV.sSr,. pilsom rs, 7 1 T.3TS , ' vvoutidetl, 1 ,.".70,T T I Sixty per cenf. of the wounded are said J o return to the colors i if i.he cross' total, 2,:ii'?.Mi.t casualties are r.u-sian. I n t.fftfl upon our military determlna "rhe v"Un ." .out nines the oorre- .,,, We pmg ago prepired for any flKimlent. "d.'e" not r a' 7." flic lo- fullv. Thet still tKlieve in terms n numerical sup' iiri'.v liven t'ie Ititel lictii.il people c intend hat Russia s ahundai 'iien is n illv ,i diawb.ii'li t j that nut ion " ASKS MUSIC FOR SOLDIERS. Prliiecsse ii n Vpiieiils for In- hlriiliieiits for frenchmen. Musical Instrument to be given to the , I'lepch soldier mi Hi, fiont ate asked t lor bv the Prin. s. .e I'nlx. A letter i rrom her. reeelwd b Tub Sr.s' vestci dav. sa.vs . "I know how much our American friends have hl-d us. being meelf half American. I am dc.p proud of till the have done and imiv meed In m Inmost soul they an. longing to do' mole I "Tic men "i the tier, lies implore u to sital lliem mu.-'.'.il Instruments to wlillc awa) Hie w.ari wai'.:io: hours The active isgiinent all have ihe'r ' balli. but tl.e leservis' Thev would, find tin road lest- heavy If thc .uuld liavc their own ua id. and the Joy of practiMfg ai everi niare moment. It ' is the thing they nr longuig tor.'' i She asks that those who answer this appeal enclose then name and ad- , dreesis. so that tnosc at the front can, send their thanks Thf Prince.. sends 1 till list of Mi ii.siriniu "ts desired : j Flutes, I'lariu Me, saxoiiioiies( pi, ilos, j hugl-. alto tioriis, trotuoories, ouilial. . majidolln .'i. cnr.lloiis. harmonicas, ' violins and other instruments suitab.c for Irinds, The insirume'ii. should be sent through the Atner. iii Relief Clearing House, ;on l-'lfth aviniis, to tho Prln cesse nt ii Ru, Paul Haudry. 1'iirl. or through tlie ilearlng house to the Com tist.se Murnt Oeuvre du l-'ronl, tl I!u St, I'unilhIUc, Paris They should not lie sent through Tin: Hi' .v. 30,600 LOAVES GIVEN AWAY. Ilreuil l.liir Ilecoril for Mnulli nnd n Half U I I j Tons. Tin; Si n fn bread deiwt in Prince street has given nearly eleven and away 30,i!i.iii loav half ton of bread, sun Oeteniber 11 when tin iicjioi M .if. opened fot tlie seann Tom Merr) and luck Hrlght fVgured yisterday that they have helpul to f i a good man) more 1 1 1 ii ii mi.tju'i persons liecaijse tli women III the bte.nl line take tlie loaves home and divide li muting many mouths. The In if of bread has. been a god-end to mmuc and a ummsta) to man) Lvcry ii.i the hung!) ones tell Tom and Ihcii what a blessing the bread is. Tlie line started )esei'dn with almo-t a thou sand wait, i, g and the thousand loaves wire given away In a little more than a half hour. The bread fund received (I from C Y In Weehawl.ei! "Please accept this dol lar to help those poor unfortunate people" the .'ii'compan.v ing letter said. MINE WORKERS RAP MILITLV, Hill Move In I'.velndc Hiinnlsincn j mid CiiiiMiilMilnr In Dropped, i ilNPUNAI'ol.lH. Jan. .11. The I'nltcd , Mise Workers' convention this afternoon adopled a resolution favoring legislation, to prevent the use of inlliu.i for strike j breaking purpose The pinposltion lo amend the con stlliitlon so as to prevent member of the National Hoard or Statu constabulary irinn nccoiuiug mcinners of Hie union was di frated. There was unanimous sentiment iimong llie delegaies in opposition to the in 1 1 1 1 l.i nnd militarism, but H was shown that the promised iimendiuent was ,i violation of the law of .manv Stales and that such action would inak Oio mine workers an outlaw organization. ADELE RITCHIE WINS DECREE. Ilepnrl nf Vclrcss Xny Vliirrj Hoy Hales Post, PIIII.AIU'.I.I'IIIA, Jan. .11. -Adcle Ritchie, the miisliiil comedy actress, was gninled a dlvoicn to-day by Common Pleas Court from her husband, I'liailes N Hill of Sew- York, to whom she was mauled June 111, l i Hi, In Stamford, Conn Following the dcciiii U was lumored Rial Miss RHillle would wed Huy Halm Post, the iielnr, ller lnw)cr declined lo Miy on what ground Ihe divorce had Is'en granted, hut added that Miss Ritchie wau not to bv muiilsd again, 1 r LOOKS FOK LONG VA H Hi Vnittd Prttt, Iii:nUN, by wireless, Jan. 31. An ef fective blockade of Germany Is Impos sible, Admiral von Holtiendorff. chief of the Herman Admiralty Staff, declared to-day. Kngland, he said, could under no cir cumstance atop commerce In th Hal ite between Sweden and Denmark and Ocrmany. For weeks, h pointed out. no Hrltlsli submarine has had any suc cess in the Haltle. The Russian fleet Is frozen In Russian harbors. The only effect of 11 declaration of blockade by the Allies, the Admiral stated, would be upon neutrals and or many Hre.it nntmn. "When I say a n' blockade or Her man' would be a bluff, don't misun derstand me," said Admiral von Holtz endorJT. "Germany looks earnestly but fearlessly upon any enemy plans to cause her women and children to suf fer. Hut Wauic such a blockade Is Impossible I say It Is a bluff. ( nils HlocUnde ninrr. "Ask any Swedish any SueOlsn mercnani. as I Sweiles i Ing the In llerlln. ask any one know Haltlc situation. They will alt , n that eommen-e between the two countries Is alsoluteiy normal. ror four weeks no Unglish . submarine has had nny success In the Haltlc We In tend to make It more impossible. Bo cause an l'.nK'Ish blockade of our Hal- tic t"rts . out of uuestlon an attempt at an effective blockade would be a , bluff "l.ngland already hampeis Herman trsde If a blockade should he declared , now It would lie contrary to Interim 1 tlonal law It would not only b a 1 blockade of Germany but of neutral countries about her. , "Kngland's purpof I 1" make dif ficulties for our families, thinking this lulll affect the men In the trenches 'and It will, for lun the men learn that their families aro being made to suffer by the enemy opposite them they mill l- more determined to light the harder. -Herman, limit? for llmrrBrno-." i "Rngland's pUTwe In this war, us her otllcluts have repeatedly stated, 's to cripple Germany ami oeiroy ne cominercr. Afler eighteen months of war she has not lieen successful. Her . ffecine tilockadn will have absolutely 'lller-'l'll' It was suggested that persons in ai lld ciiuii'rli bel,ved that by stopping all lniVjrts Hrman would be forced to ue for peace. "We hav i a't w need to clothe our' .Idlers,'' said Admiral von HolUendoi ff. . "We have everything necisary for our . inipalen Tlie stopping of one box or' a thousand from entering Hcrmanv will not interfere on iota w.th our m'lltar plans It will make food articles for no ombat.'ints more scire Ituf till", no more than 'lie Li.inlane'i'es expedi tion. lll hrln-- an Kngll'h vlctorv ".S'.utrat and our ?eopl w'.ll bear I the burdei, but a further effective block nl. rejiorte-l be.ng planned, would be contrary to international law, and I am sure neutrals would to regard It." (an I'lulit On for Vriri," i stricter blockade military plans?' "What effe. t would . have upon Herin iny's lie WHs asked "Abolut ly i o military advantage would be gain.. I." the Admiral answered "We have all (he thine" necessary for war for viars." Th' Admiral was asked how long he thought the war would last. "Cntll we are victorious." came the Immediate r. ply. "The Allies have said repeatedly th war will continue until liermany l defeated, her bul ties, forever ruined and her international ii.llueiH-. ileetrned. The war will last until tlv Allies learn they cannot ac complish thdr purpose. That may bi a long tune." "A jear or two"" It was suggested. "A long time" lie replied. PAYS WIFEASARTPATR0N. riiulniii'r Una :i,tliiu in Prlneeu 'rroiibeirUttt v llecordeil, Tho annual accounting ot Thomas T. Sherman, commute of the property of John Armstrong Chaloner, was tiled In the Supreme Court yesterday The In come was JlOK.tiSC, of which 124,1100 was paid to Chaloner and J3,t!0 to his for mer wife, Amelle Rives, the Princess Trnubetzkoy. Chaloner' attorney asked yesterday to have It noted that the $3,6uO to the Princess is not alimony, lnce her decree I hi fount i'.irui,i in i"j,i ion mil meniloll it, but Is given under an order of the New- York Supreme Court permitting the pa)iiient at Mr. chaioner's request. "It Is a friendly act Um the part of Mr. Chaloner as a patron of art In con tinuing a payment to hl former wife which he made her while the) were mairletl," said the attorney ft'r all pa) incuts had lieen mad a balance of j:ou'.i of the Income re mained. GORED BY BULL ASKS $5,000. College, Vui'il ly I'nrmhiind. Sms Vnloinl Wn Pint fill. John Waller, a farmhand from We.y. clu ster county, tippet red before Supreme Court Justice Colialan and a Jury )e.s. lerday eeeklng lo . oiled J.l.OOrt damages from St. Jiweph's Nouns I College of Poeanticn Hill 1iis.iiic lie via.s gorci bv a hull that was "fens-ious" and "ac customed lo ntt.it lc an1 gore mankind" He said that he was taking care of th cows on the farm of th college in June l!H3, when the bull, weighing hIhiiP 1, Duo pounds, knoekfl him down twice nnd gored him. He neked f'.',r'in for each thrust of the bull's horns. Tlin defence- U- thai Walter was an Inexperienced roiviiun and that the juries he suffereii were due to his in elllclency. II Is contended that the hull, which was less than a )ear old, was only playful and thai Walter iccelved Him animal's advances In the wrong spirit. Th case was not finished. FOUR DIE IN HOUSEHOLD. Our l-'iuiernl Sicrv lei' Held for roeiiniiinlii Ylcllnis. WlNSTim, I'nun ..Ian. 31 A nu.nlruple luneral was hehl n .hirdnn Ihiptlst Chuivh In Watcrford this afternoon, when services were held for four mem bers nf a single household who had suc cumb! d to pneumonia within three days. The dead wen Mis l.i villi Matthew s, SK, who died Thursday, her sister, Mrs. Illvlra S. Huulels, 71 , Mrs, Mary I'hap nian, 01. housekeeper, and Mrs, Mary , Munger, 7fi, who tiled Halurd.i). Mrs, Hanlels's liusbaiitl died three weiks ago Saturday, luakliig five deaths In lb household In less than a month. The new horn of tho New York Orth opedic Dispensary and Hospital lit 420 llaat Klfty-filnth street, which cost nearly 11,000,000, and which can give medical and surgical treatment to 100 crippled children and adults, was formally opened vesterday with uu ad dress by Col. Theodore lU03cvelt, "those father, with James Rrown, Howard 1'ot tcr, Dr. Fayette Taylor and othera founded the hoapttal fifty years ago. The number of ieron at the formal opening was ao great that they more than filled tho reception room on the sixth floor of the building and stretched far back alone the corridor. The warmth of the day necessitated open windows, which Interfered somewhat with the carrying qualities of even Col. Roosevelt's trained spe-akllig voice, Sev eral times there were polite requests that the Colonel speak louder, all of which highly amused him. They ni! taken, he said, as u distinct compliment. Introduced by Kugene Delsno, presi dent of tho board of trustees, Col. Roosevelt recalled that when he wus a very small boy his father "the best man I ever knew," the Colonel Interpel lated took him to a tenement house to seo a little boy who was unable to use his legs. Liter he was aware of Ills father's Interest In providing means for the straightening of 1 ttlc, twisted legs and little, twisted back. 4'lla It riavrlr Philanthropy. "The work of this Institution" said Col, Roosevelt, "Is particularly satis factory because It Is about tho only form of charitable or philanthropic work about which you do not have to Use an if or a hut There ire many forms of philanthropy In which one finds a by-product of evil, but there Is no comeback In the way of taking crippled girls and boys, who otherwise would live llvis of misery and dtspalr, and turning them luck 'o enjoy themselves, to be useful citizens and to bear their part In the common burden of the Com monwealth." une of his own sons, the Colonel said, had been treated In the orthopedic hot pital. lie added: "And tile result was so satisfactory that afterward he walked atos Africa and South America with me If I may not be accused of partisanship, 1 tnayjtlirop JUDGE HOUGH ON STAND DEALS BLOW TO SLADE Testifies nt 0lionic Cum1 Ilciiriiijr That Ho Dili Not Seo riiaii'rf.s in Kcrnnl. Federal Judge Hough was tn prlnci psl witness in Merdsy's hearing before Referee Wallace MaeK.irlane regarding the Interlineations that appeared iii the icourt record of the trial or Krauu i. I Safford. convicted 'of perjury In proceed j ings growing nut of the P.ae Tanjer suit I against James W. Oborn. In which I Hav id Slade of Slade S.ad repre. I septed Mlfs Tur.zer Judge Hough tesll I fled that the Interlineations complained of were not In the record uf the Unttid Stale; District Court when :t was sub mitted to him. II- said Cat he wen: oier t.ie record ve-y carefully, ."pending two da.vs nt It and leading ever.v page. He slid that all of the corrections in the stenogra pher's mil ute vi ere made with a pen ex- ....... f.ti lll 1'. hltnw.K in.iil. v. Ifl. 11 blue pencil. The line found at the time the case went to the. Cuurt of Appeals, I Judge Houirh raid, were not there w hen I he signed the record. 1 David Slade had said in the Court of I Appeals that "we" made Hie Interlinea tions because a stenographer had omitted thr lines and that the inter- llneat.ons were made before the record l eiure uie recoru When Slade was free Fmorv R i nam' tho' per - went to Judge Hough. sworn before the rcferi Huckuer asKecl him to nam thu per ion- he had referred to as "we." Slad declined grotrrrds, to answer on constitutional The oftlclal stenographer has testified i that the words in the Interlineations wer uoi sjsjsen mi mo iriai. i ne ciera of the court has sworn before the referen that any person might enter his office, examine a record there and return It to the tiles, He said that no record would bo kept of the visit. Yejtcrday's session concluded the hearing Referee MarFnrlane will now make h'.s report to tho court, The Liverpool and Insurance Company, Ltd. MIX k COMPANY 68 Years in the United States STATEMENT 31st December, 1915 KK4I. K.hTA ft: rmsr Moiti;.vi.r.N ov iikai. i:srii: I'. Si. ;OVi:itNMK.M HOMIM n-1 srirr. honiis ,ili trit, a i iii'.it i in. ; nr. lUll.ltDVll HUMID KAII.IIOVII I'ltl I r'UIIKI) STOCK KAII.IIOAII COMMON MOCK ( lilt ami CKMt IN II INKS AM. oriiF.it ANhl'.rS Total Assets Value a a l l .M.AIIM l I IU.MII'MS t.MI VI, I Surplus lllltlCTOIIh VI Vl.TI'.II 1. Mi nn Villi llllMI'NIt II. KVNIIOI.I'II JOHN A. NrKWslll' TIUIM KKh OF I HH l l .MIS Ol JOHN , MlhHVIir. Vnlled SlitltiK Irusl 4'umpsn), New link. IIDMI NO II. KANIIOI.IMI, New 1 rk Life Ins. 'o New lurk, VVM, IKK ('. lll'llll Villi, llnlil.util llrulliers A I"., Nrw lurk. IIUNUY H. DA I ON, Mun.iier. (..KOIIIiK. . HOY I', llrpul -Manaiicr, 4, II. KIIKMKII, Atslnluiil llepul) Msiisgsr. T. A. WttTl, Aiemy Huperlnlriidriil. say that lie Is as strot.g as a bull 1 moose. There ore certain dangers to which every' Institution la liable, hardness of heart or softness of head. Never b t the Institution le Institutional, or think that mere machinery can do Its proper work without the human touch. Hrlcks und mortar, surgeons and nurses, all of your equipment, arc but a mere shell If the spirit of human sympathy Is lack ing." Tne Colonel paid an enthusiastic trib ute to the professions of medicine and surgery. If all professions were jnl- mated with the same spirit of pure . service, he added, we would Is- well along the way toward the solution of i great toclal and economic problems. Kees .Vol I'lrst In Medicine. "I have yet lo hear of a doctor, he said, "who could be stigmatized as a malefactor of great wealth. Take the ! fees. cs, men would he fools, els" . but keep the fees subordinate to th I great workof serving humanity. Ruskm j said that no great work was evr done t by nny man who started by thinking . how much he was going to make out of It." , Dr. Russell A. Illbhs. surgeon in chief, said that In 1915 the dispensary hail treated 10,213 persons, and that '".3f per- J tons had been treatfd .n tho hopittil ( "Hrneral medicine and general siirg- i ery," said I r. llibb.", "have failed to give relief to the patient who surfers from chronic deforming dls:tsc. and hav by that failure done much to con-; vine patients and their friends that 1 they aro Incurable. They ar not In curable, and orthopedic surgery Is g vlng abundant proof of that fa ! We nmrt no longer b bored by the chronically i I sick We must stop sending them to I some one else. We must give tlieiu hope I we have the viion, win von not h.ip us to realize it by lour gifts of liiic'.et I slid enthusiasm and money'.' Of the I t, -nftAnA .. hu...i tl nnn nun li 1.....I, secured. Cntll that sum Is' secured three I of our wards must remain vacant, with) 15ft patb-nts waiting for beds." ' Among those csp,ciall,v Interested In the hospital who attended tlie opening i ceremonies wite Mrs. A. .Murray Young, Mrs. R, rultun Cutting, Mrs. Hiarles II. (Alexander. Mrs. J. Archibald Murra), I Mrs. James A Tlurden, Mrs I'harles i:, 1 IilcKe.v. Mrs .loliti llobart Warren, Miss ' K. S llain.lton, Roli-rt S. Itrewsier. Ilu gene Melino, Ch..rles Munn. Abmzo Potter, .iohn' Sloan and llronson Win- MINISTER'S DAUGHTER ENSNARED BY SLAVER;", received from several bank " In different (ijirts nf 'In irap ., . i York bn.ks wire . .i"t I'riZI'flJilltor MlO AccllM's Sloloinl tin m-i "i 1 t ': of. iii n.-rht wi...n ih-t.-,. ir- rti ,;""J , tl'YP Slioot" lAIur a pursuit of several blink last night two shots from a dete i.ves re volver stopped Vlncenzo N'eap, I t.ino. -11. who i known as a pi izilghtvr under the nam of Jnnni) .ipl- lie i charted with having led a minister's daughter astiay and Induced In r to steal money and Jewelry from her father The girl Is eighteen) ear-old Alain Klein, daughter of the Rev Charles P Klein, pastor of tho Hthan Refonnul liur.-h at V3a Hast lulilh t e. t was organist In her father' chut, h cording to her story, loir at the .-lie A. -C'ty Hospital on lllackwell's Island, sue infatuated with the jounc pugnisi w a and waa iKrMiaded to go away w ih m n Jui liefore Christmas, tak.nu- w.ih her Jewilr.i viorlh $I"U and 535 in casn On January :u the g.rl was found cxtrcnely 111 In a funi.sli.d room ,r. 177 I'ordham road. Tne Hronx .,.e said that .' apolltano had dese-ted lies after he had forced her Into evil .,. She said ne had taken the inonev she received. Her father charged her with crrig . niiiiy anu sue was fent to tup F orei e Cnttffiden Home. Uit!- he was hkii to the hospital Iie'.e.'hes Casslt sommers and Rvan, looking t.iinugli I : ' . .. : I ?,?"l,n;rs ';an. look., 1 'roux for Neapolitan,!, I1""1 "igl'l at ls7th street ai aught hlT, ind W f I anUl;' ,,f''r1 " VurUl mat ended onlj 1"""" m"i i"" at mm and tin. prizefighter stopped. l.lttlr llnpr for he Orleniilnu. I.ONrHiN', Jan. 31. The underw titers toilay raised to ninety guineas per cent the rat for reinsurance m the missing American steamer Orleanlan, w inch s.i'leu from New York for Malta on liecem ber S.I This Is taken as an Indication that they have given up hope for hci Th Orleanlan was of 1 v; tons registry. London and Globe l.lilll.J.'s.li? 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VY iS'.h -I'OH IIOM AMI VOl Mi VlhN I'KlliaiOI.D. .New .Icrsi') Freehold Military S chooi .; New Jcrsev Militarv Acadi'im in., i ..r f in mi m, j bo i VI Willi II VIM I M ll.il I i I I. . Iintil III M V N I Private Schools Till! Sl'V mini -a must cllli'ii'iii Kil i .' Hut-can. Tills I'liinpli'lo -cri iilioliiti'l,v fii'c uf ell. i v on. i'ciii'iiti' ami ii', 1 -Uifiirilllltliin nn en t IIHIUII'ITS. Tin i'i'v ice will i i . ' wil'mblt' usltni'.'i i loitinp: tn piopce I'nr pliicliii: )'ou' l'i'v i III writing give ufln ici details so tlial intellii advice can lie given SCHOOL - COLLEGf and CAMP BUREAU 150 Nattitu St., New l ii