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THE SUN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1916.
GERMANS DISLODGED BY FRENCH ATTACKS ivo Kiirlilins in Viiny Soc tnr. North of Arms. Con tinue. rnalHitcd. TRUCE ONLY RUSE, SAYS HOUSE NOT BEARER BRANDEIS IS ACCUSED TILLMAN URGES U. S. ARMOR MONOPOLY MONTENEGRIN PREMIER OF PLANS FOR PEACE! AS A RAILROAD WRECKER Brush them Sought Only to Assemble Forces, He Declares, Repu diating for King Efforts of Prince Mirko to Make Peace. C. W. Barron Charges Him With Duplicity in New Haven and Shoe Machinery Cases Mellen to Be Called to Stand. ProsiilonCs Knvoy Dcnios Ho AViis T-'.nlrttsteil With flrr ninn Proposals. In itc)orliiir the $1 1 .000,000 I Rill Mrs Ailvisos IViloral I'm1- I elmsc of Mfilviilo Co. 8 with Iir.KI.IN. TOO. CLAIMS GAIN ithtt (Vinfr'. In Tm: l'v. . tu, -nic fighting In tin' . I... 1 Vtinv rvtnr. linith or .xrr.is, i ,., firrmuni been launching ( .,,jt .n.i 1.i for mnif !.. 1 otttlnucs , h ,-. decrease in niic-inix. ... .!.,m,..i.h oanturcd a srctlou of I rTfnf .tiviiunl. .itlni: trenchd wl nf lillt WITH dislodged 'l 1 ....'.I. 1 1.11111I111IM I.imI s sux, o La I'oIIp road. lo-o by. They .I .,. inn- nil 11 - ..... urrr rri'UiK'l '" I"0 Rfrmcr pan or in if frisft .III. 11 hi ". "" "' " ,f Ir"". ...., ..III. Ii lllrl' h ill . if of a ill 1. I rest U'-N" loM 11 . 1 1; gr. tiade lighting eoritlnucii to- ,t in I' - ? roe group "i inii.i"" i 1 1 1'nl 1' tin' Prrni'li piwhliiK tln'lr ,un'trr .1' .nl'- Ul,l' "i"-'1'" , .i ii. iiro.rf Tim lifrinaiiM inaclo o n ,,f "l" "01,lrt,,!,t r Vmr ). t"t fH,,,l lo KH,n- J1 VflHllll !.!. lit V.lt-Tllflll lil H"" i,f.i'in xvl"11'''1 a '"I"'"' I"" ",0 Tf, Ii until ,Mti'il ttirm anil occupied riir ,, m i 'n .IliirOiit to Hi' oprl.l. In ArtolM is tin' i-omliil south of t .ot i.ip II. re tin- Kiriioh Knlnoil n ,1 f thr ilriit lino of liprni.tn ,Tn ',,. tu Hip north of Hiiiuilnouurt ,t nrj'.fJ " (Ivrin.ui attempt to ilrlve t m out To 1arsi slull" wen- thtowii In tnc Hire, tmti of Hi-liort to-il.iy by th- (Icr '.in 1: t.ini.-!' fill!', wblib luiM' bii'n Inn lanliliK the I'leni h fortress for the t.i.t ti" ilas. The loeatlon of the 1 iV re. in battel 1I0I11K the llrhiK wai re nt! I t.i tin1 1'reinh esteri1av nml to ,iv the Krenrh lorn; ranite kiiiis look P th Imiriharihiient of the etnplaee mftit " lie follow hie offlrlal eommunlMii' .".iieil lii the Kremh War DfT.ee .1 c' 1 mi r' il in the ionise of the ilay f r t.iiiinl In prmrress by liienni of I- n I f-eiiaile tlchtlliR ill the i om r V !i in lulii to the west of la I 1 Two Herman attacks ill ! 'f 1 .ikum;"! our positions to the iii It'll lln were eompletely re 1 1 T the north of the mail from Nf . i to Thelus the (iPrniaus e. ,i n lie We oeruplcd the crater .11' ihe explosion. he . ut' of the Somme a smalt I 1 1 1' . Infantry which nt 1 1 1. ileliniiih was thrown b.uk 1. tr.,. .ins in our llio 1 iirliiin. . 1 l . 1 1 lleiuralgr.i s nut ,n-ti-'toiel a blockhouse and 1 ., I eiieun 1 amps. 1 ir.p.igne 11 destructive lire ill-ic.im-t the ibrinau work" In . Ii in o thu Untie ilu .Mesnit g ie-llltS. i U'leile lie peeuted ill the .Montmare on a salient of , 1 ne a Molent bombardment Li., the cNpleslon of inunl- I 11 it i .mam linen tun shells lihte tn.it 11 in the dllei tlon 111 arnlleii llUllieillalely nml' 1 ns lire ihe empl.oe Hie in mi I'.itleli. which had "ill ' .-terda At the same lit .! i 11 the mlhtatv est.ib- l iiiU.ieh, outlllltt of 1 ti iihmi I' ien ri aialenieiit a:d. i . - il.sti li t the artillery .. . M.'ed hetween Hill No. i ad Imuii Nvtivlllu to . ). n 'i Willi hand Kleti.ides . ji having the enemy I'liiiniiiilc.itliig trenches 1 ,1 1 iKi'Upieil west of L.I - gii fill, the llernmiH lie- ' g attack against our the load Iroin Neuilllt! 1 Till' n as repulsed and . .s -unessfiil only In so ilu K i i one of the mlnn w '. we had pieilously ' il' 'llelo 1 si.iith of the Soiiime iu tlio f i.irious .utlons dtnltig the g tu H days we captured llfty two m.ichino guns and a Cl t tu e I I - g 1 1 1 ofll. lal 1 . Jxil t. Issued to i . '. 1- .1 follow : west of Vimy we capttneil a 1.' t in 11 s,.,.un iroin ihe Kieinh u iieighhorhond of Nciivllh. v. 1 lend one nf the eraleis pic 41 In t l'lft-two pilsoneis and ' 1 nin m.n-hlne guns nnialncd In c 1 d 1 of 1 lie Soinme several local by the Krench weio lepulM'd. 1 iior'b of Heeiiilneourt the ' 1 led In obt. lining a foot- I i" a mi, ill section of oar foie- II m 1 ren -hes 1 iinlird Hill we ibstloied an 1 ' position by an explosion. l' i h iiiiulng opinttlou noitli '. -Ii. .-, In the Vogr.i, war, u fl ;s mi;ui:x .v raid. llritl.l, l nl,,. s, i-ssrnl M11ek mi i.iriniin llnis nt lerhaiiil. 1 1 i,'t if..;lrA u TllS Stv. .'- 1 ' ii - The following re II s-i headquarters Ii i. d to-night by the of iri-.i'i '. aeroplanes eat rled out a s,iii'. g r h ill , estcrilay on I ei h. mil. .-cser.it hills ' i. . d a Meant lorry wnw i lines returned safeli. tween ii.it mis occurrid ' 1 ..I Iii ni'in I. Last night 1 otile arlllery was i'.s, ,Su..inne, i ii Ilium !. . I res ' ' mi g the ( neiny ex I i , tin. iiinthwest of ' n.i .lam., was done and ' . - l.llties. H'lil shelling during ' till Hols Glelllil. ' llelbd Popeilnglle - ' ' Ml' artillery ngllgell ' - .ie-i .,f Saint .Milieu AIRRAIDERS SHELLED WOMEN. ''''I "it I lso Hit hy llonihs iirninii lll.rs Droppeil, iil ! Ii, Tnr. Si I " I" i he Will- tlffll e 1I--w g .iililillonal htatemi'llt ' d oi. the North Foi-p-1 1 'wo liftman seaplanes' . i i.iiing the il. image iplane laid icsleiihiV ' mad behind a tram- .i . .i and children 'ind il 'I. linage, Thele was ' ' In. inhs fell In an ad- i '. i v plodeil in Hie Uppet i, ' ' hoot, i aiising sotiiii ' runt,. Of Die i filing fell f '"Idren, and a pupil l. I w, f sIlKllll) In- hi t fell on Hie .clioiil - ' 'I i ma ge Tu o bombs '" iilniile.. causing flight nUitig one lliilil.in'H il and indilai.v acioplaups i wire im.ihle to overtake !' S 1 chu- inr nin P'lr ml b I'" n. r tprrMtahlt Jr.Mfr, tu Tnr. Sex. T'.xnm IVb. in. Lnziiro Muotikovltch. I'lcndcr of Montenegro, Issued to-night a statement which semis to clear up tli hitherto tnystci lou.i events leading lip to n.i. I I . - .... ... . . ....... .....,, mK u,p nigiii or King :xiiiioia and his (loicrtmierit to Italy and thenoo to .'rimce and shedding light tMin wli.it mis come In ho lindcrslne.l Mnnlu. negro's sin render. Three outstanding fads develop from tho statement : iirst, st-oitly beforf King Nicholas tiro mi. I upon lis refusal liy Austria illcl - - .... kiii pence pourparlers, TIiIh wiu ilone, the Intrntlon of sur- ri.i,ril, - , . ... .. ,ts I - ini-'iciy au n ruse lin Kurrie to nuiin tle concentration of tin- .Montenegrin anny for n Unlit to the last. Second. King INclinlaa nexer did nor iIoch he now contemplate concluding a scparatti peace. Third, any acts toward surrender or peaio undei taken by prln.o .Mlrko, the Kings second son, and th tlirt-e mem bors of the .Montenegrin (Joxerninent left behind by Nicholas to cury the tight to the end did not have the sanction of the aged ruler or his (.loxcrmneut. but were diametrically against their expressed orders. The plain Inference If ft hv the Pre mier's statement is that Prince Mlrko made a deal with thn Austrian behind bis father's back and that tho aged monarch now repudiates his ion. Th. Premier's Statement. The premier's statement follows: "Willi the object of enabling certain distant contingents to Join the hard pressed troops on another frynt an ar mistice was demanded, but refused. Peace pouip.irlers weie begun for the same purpose. "Austria's conditions were naturallv very energetically rejected. The royal family and the liovernniciit then had' to llec Into ..e u uriirr to Bli falling into the enemy a hands. "In order to encourage the unfortunate .Montenegrin troops, exhausted from f.t tlgue and privations, to supremo resist atUH King Nlchalos had to leave with them a Prince of his lioue and three members of the lioveniment. "I'pon binding in Italy on .lanu.irv .10 the King telegraphed to Gen, .1,'mko Voukotltch. chief of the Montenegrin ar mies, repeating tho following orhVrs so as to dissipate eipiliocatlyn : "1. Kneruvtlcully icsist the enemy. "I. Ketrvat must be made In thu direction of the Serbian army. "3. No pouip.irlers must be under taken by anv one under any pretext. ". The Prliae and the meuiliern of the Government must follow the re treating armies. J "J. The 1'reneh Government will aid I tho Montenegrin army when It reaches ! Corfu. Til.- same applies to the Scr , blaii army. Denial nf Insinuations. ' "The presence of the King, his family t and the Piemler in l'rance constitutes an jiloqucnt denial of the perlidlous Inslti- RUSSIANS IN VOLHYNIA RENEW OFFENSIVE CiiptniT of I'mmpiipUo irn rtlcil ns First Stpp in (irciit Drive. Ho-, .pmal laljle Dftpntrh In Tnr. Scv. 1iNn.iN. Fb. 10. A renewal of the Itusslati orfetislve In the province of VolhynlB and In eastern Gallcla is In dicated h an otllcial Austrian statement Issued to-night reporting the "Increased actlil!' of the Czar's forces on tho-o fionts. The ntticks werf repulfed and were costly tu the Ilusslails, Vienna asserts. To-day's otllcial German War Ollli e re pu t sas that weak Kusslan attacks on tin southwestern front were repulsed. The Austrian statement follows; In Volhynla and Kast Gailda the enemy ib'veloped llictraFCil actixlty against our outposts. Several engage- uts terminated In the retreat of the enemy. Two hundred Itusslati corpses were counted on the Held and nuiiiPl oils prisoners were taken. Northwest of Tarnopol the Russians again at tacked our Intrcnchnicnls but weie re. plllhCll. Itiiiln issued the following statement this afternoon : On the fronts held by Ihe army groups of Oeus. von I.lnsingen and Count xou Itothnier attacks by weak enemy iliiachllieuts were defeated by the Auhtro-llungailaiis. The l'i trngrail corn spoudent of the Times, who reiently spent live weeks with Ihe Itussian arm on the southwest em fiiiint. ileH'illies at length tho reasons for regarding the capture of I'siieiiejiko of great Importance, although It Is men tioned onh cuisoiily in yesterday's of tidal ltUM.mii statement The coriesisindent deil.ilcs he Is of the confident belief that the enemy In the sotKhwest will never be able to move further c.ietwnrd He iinitlnues . "There is exery probability of our exerting t'he sponges! pressure against tiii ir II tod s.-,..ncr or later comiiclllng them to give nay. Tho wonderful spirit of the Kusslan tioopi leaves no doubt 1 iticeinllig our ultimate victors. In tins. Centre tho capt.I.e of Fsclem zko mas , he icL-.iriled as the llrst Impni laut Hie. , esa iiuimg me laiicr ilteliMVe 111 Gallcla." phaso of our j SCORES BRITAIN FROM BENCH. .Indue I nils lr llefeni-i- Puller j Weak Ixnlser Honors Holders. .S,,-i,i I nl, If lit'tmlih fnTlIK Six, i Lo.Msi.N. Feb 0.- Jllilge Hsersley made the bench of the Yarmouth Court ; to-day the losnum for a tirade against ! tin- Goveriiinenl He denounced tn "In (ptltude, apnthy and waul of oigaiilza ' lion In falling In tepel air rabbi's," and declared thai neither the country nor the Government reali.ed that Yarmouth was In Ihe danger zone lie t-lt 1 1 1 thill the millers wete seen at 1 ij'clock mi the afleri n of January III, close lo Hie coasi, and If prepara tions had 1 xlsleil all could have been driven olT wilh ease. The authorities. ' be Slid, "ought In leallze that lb- Gentians came meniy , to mould' and H put Chilians In a 1 fl.illl" ol III IH I lo dislrn peace." , The Coieiluigeii conesponilenl of the Until .Will stales that a message has , licnii receiseil from llerlln icpoillug thai I Urn Kills. I' has iinifeiiPil Hie Onb r of 1 Merll oil Hie colllllialliler of tile ,eiiellll sipiadron that lii.nl" the raid on HiirIIsIi towns on Ihe night of January 31 for his "heroic, act," The olher olflcera and men who participated In the raid wem awarded Iron crosses. I liatloiiM ,)U.,.rin iii,, events prior to lor contemporary with tho war. ' "t. ......n.. .11. .1 1.1. irin. ....iiiriiiiiuij ijis..i(m."fJ-.-. . lln nuiH- 1I0111, like thn I1pIrI.hi ami Serbian raiv- iri'llfOM llm lliit- nf li.ttl. ti..i.f.i t.fl.tH IniNliiK hunilKomely nml loyally iloiie bin fluty, h.m placeil the fate of Ills eoiiii- i try In th h.iinlM of his ftraml nlllea ami Is piofoiinilly convliueil of a happy re- J suit of th si niggle In which he Inliii.ia i to persist. , "Hcyoncl their execution of the orders outllheil above, the Kins' and the reg ular Government are not reapon.lblo for acts following their departure, whoever may be thn author, or for anything th.it liappms under the authority and lliflu enco of tho Invader." Tho abovn official statement win pro voked by tho failure of 1'rluce MlrUo and the members of the Montenegrin Govern ment left behind by the King to follow the retreating army und by tho report t that they were negotiating tenni with Austria. I THINKS BULGARIA CAN RID GREECE OF ALLIES (invoi iimnnt Onrnn Crgr. tack, Sn y In r Foe Must Driven From Horder. At- Up Son, via London. 1-Vb. in. The .Viitodiil 'rut'ii, the Government organ here, asHcrLs In a leading article tho right of llulgaria to itii'aile ilreeie for the puriHiso of attacking French and llrlllsli troops quartern! there. The argument put forward Is that Bulgaria Is not rcsiwnslhlp for the faU that her enemies haxe violated the neutrality of Greece "Ktir enemies must not remain where they are," sas the paper "We have the right to neck our enemies there and de stroy them In order that Jhey may not threaten uis. "It may be hard for Gietce to see foreign ttno on her soil, but we can not permit oursetve. to be prixeliteil from defend ng ourselx. s We annul imsslhly penult our eiutnv to tcinam near our border; he must be driven out. We are prcpircil to meet all pos sibilities with the our inner to w In n fullest lontlilence in final victor." Pre n eh Pliers Mil 'JOI Turks. Athens, I-'eb in Advices from M.itilene to-day glie detail- of a Kretch aeroplane raid on Sm rua in which It Is reported that inn TurkMi soldiers were killed, many wounded, three military warehou-es set on tiro and two ships Funk. It Is said that .c,cn aeroplanes after1'"'1 rising from warshins and drivimr off two I '"r German aeroplanes dropped four bombs on three m.l'tary storeli.u-e.s, two on thu Turkish barracks and seven on the ship plug ill the harbor. Xlontciieitrln Troops Disarmed. Vicn.va. Ma London, peli. in... .n Austrian offic:al t:itmptit Isvod in. a.,.. ais the disarming of Montenegrin ,, troops by the Austrlans had been com .1 ,...., ...- : pleted ROME GREETS BRIAND WITH DEMONSTRATION Crois Follow Vroni'li Pre inicr to llotfl Afr llei'ep tion by Caliinct .Mombfi's-. fpmal i ahlr Jesrar In Tin six. lloxn:, IVb. 10.--Prunler llriand of France aiiived In Itnme this noon and was greeted with a trtwinlotui iletnon stration The whole city had been dfcoraled In hi- honor and crowds awaited him at the station and followed hlm lo bis ' holi'l. sbfoiMii'- .ititl , h...., ei...... i... npp.arfd for u Hum on a hihouy to ' i KChiiun lenge i hp reception to cries of V .i . Hn in ' and "Viva liancia!" Pieinier Salandra, Haron Sniuiluo. the Foreign Minister, ami oilier inenibeis of the Caninet were at lh station to in. ot M. Ilrlaud There was a banuuet at the Foielgu Oltlce thla exenlng In his honot. To morrow and on Saturday the French Premier will attend bannuetH at the Itorgliese Museum, the Home Ollle.i and the Fn neb KmhaMiy and H rcieptlop at' tne i apuoi. on ratuniay lie win to to i tin- front for nn audience with the King. The Premier visited ijiifcu Helena, the ijucen .Mother .Margherita and th" Inikf- fif Genoa. He al-o ib-pusited wreaths on tin- tomb ,.f King l.toi Hmtnamiel I and King Humbert In the Pantheon. The lie publican elements hold that the meeting between tile Pr. Illler of France and the Italian ottlcials siill he followed lis a declaration of ss ir against Get. many. The cipilxocal position In which Italy now stands, at war with Austria while nominally al peace with the chief opponent nt the Alius, Is the subject of much illscu-ssioii. .lcxi;;crn Insists upon ihe neces sity of a declaration against Germany lu order to r,. the piesent situation. The lilrn .VfitluiimV comes lo the same conclusion. The fi'ionotc il'ltalui, while IllklniT a more reseisi-d view predict. Impoiiant developini nls as a icsult of the coming conference CLEMENCEA U APPROVES. . nil Think llrlniifl Will ns Sub He ..Innci-s hi M, Pelcr'n. spci'il ' nnlt lrixtt:li to Tnr St -PxtilH, Feb. I".- M. rleiiieticcaii, In his .'inn ine .'iicoifiic, expresses iiiinplcle approval of lieinler llrland's loonies lo Itoiiie. M 1 ieinciii can's appiui al of aii.slhlng the present Government limn 1.- ro late an esint as to 111:1 Lu Hi" ine-. lit instance smith mi'iilliin. Ho adds : "II is linl'.KcIs that M lliiiiinl will be able lo pass Ihe wlndisis of SI. Pclei's wllhoiil Miblle glances being exchanged," PRUSSIAN LOSSES 2,377.378. iiislerilnui Total !' i.Hiiiii"r Co in put en l.lnl. ruin Insunlt) Isi.ni.on, Feb. Id The Aliislerdatu f '01111111 conipiites from the Prussian cisnaltv lists that the total Prussian insses to date hale been V.3 7 7..I7S men. The Couifrnr states that lists Nos. PJilio ('."l show P.lcl.'IH dead, Holllllleil or miss- ,ng. und lists llln lo III'J IS.IH'J dead, wounded or inlsiiing 'lin. coiiipbip military losses of Gci mans also include, an oiillng In the paper, ;i,. l.i-. casiiaii lists oi the sx uri li niburg forces, HI" Havarian HsIh, 1! I S Saxon litis, lid nas.i lists and a few lirta coiicernllig Geiiitan olllceis and lion commissioned olllccra lu tin Turkish scr-vice, Sptflot 1 nt,U lepte In Tnr St. I.0NW1V. 1-Vh. in. " will 1m ple.ued If you ask me any n,Ufsl!oin which I cannot aiisuer'" TI1I1 win the cnrouriip.lnc opening of Col. II. M, llouie'd reception of Kngllsh and American newspaper 'men at the llltn hotel this afleruooti. quoit Inn upon Uestlnn nun hurled at hliu. but without een smiling he evaded eiery one. The President's special cmlsary was commnninitlM. only about the Itin erary of bin trip and the date of his ileparltlte for the t'hlted Stales. He expects to sa.l for New York on Feb ruary 20, The ciosj.riro to which be was sub mitted by the rorressitiileiit elicited from the Colonel only two dellnltn slate tnetitf tine ii is Ihe ..leulal nf reporl.s thu he hid be. n entrusted with German peace proposals. Hi- said tletltiltely tint h had not talked peine either In lli'tilll. P.i'is or London. The other Htutement was tl.at he dtd not need to have a bread tlrket In 101 Hit. liecatis.V he was the guest of Atnli.iK.iiloi Gerard. Asked If his mission had been success fill, he said that he personally consid ered it so. He said Im bad not seen the Kaiser, but when asked If "any one" meaning tin. KaNer) bad asked him to go lo any parllcular place, hp said: "I do not c ire tj atiswer." Hi. made the Interesting admission I that li never visited tho Foreign Office or other departments of the Covet n ' nient, hut ho meiely milled at tho sug I cestlon that be "had not needisl to do so," us the "Foreign Office catno to him." Col. House bid a ln'tg confeietice with Ambassador Page this morning and Mined with the Ambassador to-night. He lie. lined to discuss American poll tics, but admitted that he still held the opinion tint President Wilson Is "one of the wisest men In the world" IlOUSi: MOVF.D WILSON? i , French T'lilnk l.nlo's llerlln Visit t llllliueil l.nsltllllllt lnlle. .ifnif ' ii6. ifvifi to Tnr 5t v Puns. Feb. in No American cort stsitiilcnt cm et.ter the lobby of the t Chamber of I'eputies nowadays without being iUetloti"l closely in tigard to bis opinion of Col. Hou.e's mission The liMputus frielv state thilr own opinions and dieus the current surini-es. It be lt g iinderstii.Ml that they ate not talking for publication Th. correspondent of Till: Si v Him afteit'.ism found It generally agio d that Col. House's titurn from llerlin coin- ..led with a distinct change In Pri -blent Wilson's potlci It bad l en thought that iliTimi") s offer of Indeninit.i Am. ileitis killed, while tefll-lng I" aekni'wlislge the illegality of the sinking of the Lii-nania, had r. suited In Presi dent Wilson taking a llrtu stand and In sisting on dlavowal The President's speeches lis ioporte.il heri. wile taken to confirm this view The news that some RO'iipromlse Ii sisslble bi uli.ch to avoid forcing Ger- to r.sognlie am lllegalltv Is he- III xei I to be due to reports sent to the President by Col House after hi vMt to Iterlln It l furlh. r bellevisl that the pio'iilneiit Goinatis m tio weie s.-m by I the Pri sldetlt's i-iXio. 'lot si. much polltl al as . oiiuii. i. i.il and tl ..i to-l.tl leaders, .i.lf list of tin aiguim i t that he should stand agati M a poll, v resulting m a rup I tuie wiili l'oiier which inre icrtaln to bi the ixintllal i oii'iuerots Tun Sfs's I'liri.ponileul mentioned Ihe , HIT. 'lit pplilt that I 'ol. Ilotle afti r leav Hg Paris on l-'ebrtiary x tut. nded to -ee K'ng Alb'lt of the llilglatis be fore going 'o lind.iii. The leport was at pled as .'orreet and unmeillateli con- i t.-d with the re 1 1 tit pi aie proposals I mole to II, Igiuui bi the German,-! I through Home. The two were also luikiil up xx I'll Ambassador Morgen iiails J, mines xia llerlln to Holland. ! where he ssdl take the Mini' ship lus t 'ol House t.. return to America CONSCRIPTION CALLS OUT 316,000 BRITONS 0111 HI I sOI' Kill lines Into Force. Iteplaein'r Derlr. I'lnii of Hei'iiiitino. LoMioN. Fell 10. The lonipiilsms mililars service bill issent Into efltct !. .l.i Iii a rdalice with Ihe Privy Coun cil pioclanialioli of the King, live weik aud one da.v afler Its llrst niroiii ton Into the lloiiM- of Commons. Slinultane. j ously. the Derby recruiting scheme an- j tomatlcally i eased to operate. The military service, or conscription I lit il. provide tor bilnglng into the so il, 'o apiinixiinati l.s Slil.Oiin single men I III Miighinil. Scoliand and Wales w Im i hate not atlc.-led nlillital lis lu lis leport on Ins recriiuini: campaign, lu.l I lieib.i estimated that lo'LlMi single inrp , had failed to enroll. Ilasiiig the esti mate on the same liguiis applied to the . peili) soluuteeis, a little more than lulf 1 1 of theso will he exempt for various reasons. Thn following classes of people li e 'excused from r-crvlce under llle lull Conscb nllinis ohjitiois, snlc siipport"i's of depciiileiits. ministers of all ilcnieiit uatlous and those ciig.ignl in industries neiessary In earning on the war. Piemler Asiiilth's pledge given i,nt Novimlici, isblih lliiall in t asltated 'h, consciiptlou bill, was that he would lor 'e all the single nu n Into nervier hefo c calling on the mariled men i'heic is Utile plcscnt llabllil.V of the exlensai i of compulsion lo Im lude the latter .'l.i "VORWAERTS" EDITOR ACCUSED snninioncil In Trial nn I linraes nf I nf 1 1 1 n u llass lliilred. A MSTI III is si. Fib. in -The I'tinxIWi yclliniir stalea thai llnist Me.ser, lilllnl' of l oi-ii m i Is. Ihe Socialist oigaii, has In i ii summoned m trial for milting cl i-.s hailed and coiili'.iM'iiiug the order of tho milium' aiithorlllcs h.s Ihe imlilici Hon of two pamphlets, etltllleil "Who Is IIiKponsllih. fot llio Wai" and "The n- ue. itlon Mania " A inal in camera was decided on by Hie i unit, according to the paper, Jour . nallstH being inlmllleil nil cntidlllon that ! Ihey do no' uveal Urn contents of tin. ' pamphlets Hr Kail Llebktiechl, Ilu Socialist member of the lleiiiistag, w in . was ic i culls lead out of Ihe party, Is i.n,. of th" ss IHie "ch called. 1916 Catalogue Ready 160 Parfcs, Illustrated. FREE "WIlIArr. TMIIXTT NNJ HVUlk J New York, Barclay Cor. Church St. OMvuijo, Itamlolfk Bi., near Drorbom. Alllh mrxiiiiii Was hi no to:., j.-, b. pi. diaries S. Mellon, e-President of tho New York. New Huven and Hartford Itullroad, will be called as n witness by the sub-eotn-tlllltee f th,, Senate Judiciary Commit tee that Is leaking an lniillry to de tcrtnliic the illness of UiuU 1 1, Itrandels In be an AFsncl.it) Jtistlie of the Unlliil Slides Supreme Coutt Charges that Mr. Ilrandels was guilty of utiprorosFiou.il condiiii by n pn's-tit-llig both sides In lawsuits, potably In the Culled .hoe Maihlnery case, were laid to-day before the Senate sulw uimiltlee. C. W. llirrou of the Wall Xtirrt .four "it and the Huston News lluroau p.e seiited tin. charges In the form of an editorial he had published, and furnished a long list of witnesses to xtibstalitlate his statements. ".Mr Ilrandels was organlcr, director and i'ini!,.i. of ti,, Fniled Slv.- Ma chinery Company," .Mr llirron charged tn h.s Hlton.il. "Later ho was couli-el for tho St Louis op)sitUin that thre.it I'Jiril Government prosecution unless the t'nited Slue- .Ma, hlnery Company would ilisertmlnatn lu favor of the large St. loms tn.intif icturers a- against the small users u' shoe ma.hliei) by re bates to the St. Lo.ils people or other devices. Jollied the Other side. 'The h'ioc maililneiy inmpanx n fiised and Lou..s H. Ilrandels decline a Mtohi n cabinet to assist Mr. Wilson and lit- le partment of Justice lo pnis.i ute and per. fpeute tln Fnited Sh-.e Maihlnery Com pany, therb carrying out tho threats of the jt. Inils m.itiutacturers." Mr llarmti ch.irg.'d also that .Mr llr.indcl" "has 1 ri t.ie leader of all the sitlc,i1 and fltiincia! lorci s smash ing the credit of the Itoston ati.l Maine l nl tie; New- Haven :.,lli..ul systems." He suggested the name of (.X-Presldent Mellen as a posslh'.c ss!this to baik up tills assertion. 'Th lengthening of the train sched tiles and the Increased price of trans portation In New Knglaud, now and hereafter. Is measurably tiaieahl" to th door of Mr Itranilels," Mr Harron's edltoi i.il oiillntied. "To-day New ling. land ti ansportatioii has either an im paired credit or no cndlt at all. tr.iflle Is congeKs and th public service Is delayed for want of machinery and the indlt that i mild have commanded the ma, hirers- "It is not tie, c.ssary to urn nur the graie of Patrick Lennox ur teopeii the Wairen settlements to shnss the moral llhie of l.oil.s i Itranilels ..i his ui'tlt ness fur the Mipr. me bene i It Is mils necessar.s lo point to the life itisiiranie .I'aiidals. when- Mr llrai dels appears llrst as a publl.' agitator, suininnnli.g the polity holders, and next apptars In th iii fence of the life Insurant e com pany with Its retainer In his pocket" Tells or Ills I'ncls. The Senate i omuiltte e asked Mr. Har lon wheie he obtalinsl his facts for the editorial "Ten years ago" leplled Mr. Ilarron "Mr. Itraiiibis told im- to be ser.i care, fill what I s.il.i aboiil hlm, ami I have been I bad Mr Itnm.l.i- Investigated and the , our reeonls of Massachusetts searched. I have had in na safe i opies of thre niiirt records to back up any thing I haxe written. ' "Were xou and Mr. Itranilels en emies'' asi.ed Sfiaior I'hllton N'o. I liaxen t spoken to hlm for sei. eral xears." a'isivitid Mr Harriet. After laughter had subside. I. 'he silt- ties explained lie meant he h.ol had mi dealings sith Mt lliauibis nut of sshl. b enmity might life Mr llr,iinl ssarntng to be careful resulted fiotn publication by Ins papeis, ,f criticisms of Mr. Iliainbis In , onneetlon svllb the Itoston ai'd X1,il-.e llailroad. he sihl Mr. Ilarron then olferisl as cvnlnice a letter be had ssi.tten tn an uii'iatne.l man In New Vo.k lell nt of tin- ie-ults of ti Investlgatlo: of Mr. Ilraiuliis's nl Senator WaNIi objectnl to th. leti.r be ing aicepti-l a- eslilcti e an-1 s -te.l that the ssltttiss sb.iulil be oinllmd to stat. ng f.ots within bis personal knowl edge Tile o'liuuttee rultd out the letter Senator Walh asked Mr Itation to si lie spei itlcllls ssll.it pi r-nn.tl kliossl edge he had of the fa. ts lie sl.ttrd in II S b'tlci and editorial llllier shir Hod linnet." Would It be Ills "li 11 pers inal kiiowl- . edgi ." asked Mr Itari'O'. if a blllker friend o' tn t in. told 'lie thit .mil could ' h.ivi noiked hltn ilossn ssith a ffathet when Mr Hrandels came, to him and told , li III tint he llll.llldelsl wasgoitg over t,i rile nl her side and ailsi-.'d the b.lllki r ' l.i go user t-i the olhei r-ldc too, bnMll-e I Hie otlnr lile had the nioncv, although I Mr. lirandeis held a retainer from the banker''" "That i olll' I be ! know ledge." said Senann of lol W.il.h fnvn "That b inker in ti II us that I Mr llairon gave tin name of William Fitzgerald of the banking House or FIURi laid. Hubbard f. Co ns the banker he icferred tn W ill'.nii s V oiingmau had Investigati d tin Ilrandels mart rec ni'ds for li. tn lie also said Hulls li Continuing: today and tomorrow Saks Overcoats for Men Reduced to $15 Were $25, $23, $20 & $17.50 tl small charge mil he made for alterations) Absorb this and act upon it: All of these overcoats, irrespective of their former price differences, are the biwiei bargains ye have ever offered at. $15, because if we had had to pay present prices for the woolens these gar ments are made of. you would have had to dig deeper than fifteen dollars in this Sale. Hut we will forget economics. Here are the overcoats, Saks-designed and Saks-made, tailored in staple fabrics, and cut with that immemorial ease which has made Saks the mentor for Metropolitan Styles. nks vvQiuntunnij Uioadway at II lib v nf the National liar Association of Huston could give the committee In form itlon about the Warren will case. Mr. Ilarron brought up the suits con nected with Patrick Lennox, a shoe maiiufactiiier of Lynn, Mass., nun of lie 'in telutltig to Mr. I-eiitii'x'H bank ruptcy, and the other a suit against Mr, Ilrandels for his part as counsel for Mr. Intmx. Mr. Ilarron, referring I to oini of the cases, said It might bo Identilliil as "the proceeding In which , Mr. Ilrandels bad to say that he was not attorney for both shies at once, hut w.ia attorney for the situation." Lennox' Hid nml l-'rcblr. Speaking of a suggested w linen who might throw- light on tills he uhl: I "He doe" not know hoiv Mr. Lennox s tiign.ililti was obtained to the ilecii or trurt In Me. Hraiidel's faxor Mr. l-n-nox wan j'i .scars old and wry ft dile." A tpt occurred when Mr. Ilarron offer. 1 1 an extract fiotn a speech ny Mr. Ilrandels. published In n Huston news paper on October IT, 19U.1, which he described as "duly one of Mr. Ilrnn this i sermons as contrast! d with his act.. ' The lOMitnittee Insisted usm having a top.s o' the original newspaper. "Siimmse von mike a search for the P'tper and Id us have It nt.ir Walsh. suggested 'n - "i ih. tm. spent too much mom y already on this .a-,-, and have been denied my rights as a .It.r.ti of the Flitted Stales before Hits tribunal The lo-nnilttee reproved hltn sharply, und Mr. Harron retorted he had not been iillowid lo make hi" statement. Mr. Il irmn offered to give the committee prlsateli the name of a witness he wished withheld from the public, but the eriinnilitee ilisiltied to nccept any pri- vate information. Senator Walsh again clashed with the wltnur-s when he sug- gesteil some names of possible witnesses not mentioned by Mr. Ilarron. "Hxtilentlv the committee has tried I thl case In private," said Mr. Harron. I "The committee resents that state I merit " replied Senntor Walsh xsith em-phasl-, "and hereafter you will answer i ipiest lot.s without xolutileiTing your own I VP'XVIf." I Mr. Ilarron then took up Mr. Ilran dels s lontiectlou with the New liaxen rae "A. cording to the testimony of Charles Vri S. Melb-ti, lu one cast.,- he sain. Ilranileis was lured to wretk the New , ll.tie'i railroad , Id gave the name- o' Charles F. I ciinate and Moorlb-bl Storey of Ilo-tnti 11- ll'ine-M"- lo sui.-i.tm,..,-- .,.- - metlt. I'he witne-s i barged that Mr. titan ileis had Urn undertaken to destroy the t S.... t..l I l lit.,,., ,1 l'.:. ' " '"' ... :.:..V. ...... V New- Haven road, by sending William l!o. kef Her and others to prison. He i cited the n turds of tln various court pro. ceilings and said that Mr. Clin.it.-j i otild give the facts ah'. ut the New i Ln.iand case, In which he asserted that " W ilold'mlih, a stockholder, acted for Austin I'orbtn In an effort to weaken the tlnatn lal lauding of the New Kng land road In order thai It could 1 .Ii. aplv absorbid by the New liaxen r,iilr..,ul "Mr lirandeis." said Mr. Harron. "bar never stuck to litis thing very long, lie has bfeii everysxhere and on all side, one of the court records I have cited li..ss- that palllient- w.re made o Me Hi iii.I. i for b's wre. k'lu: servn es " Ian., . I'.irinilf. an exam . t r f,.r t e tttte--! (,. i'',onier.e I 'onill i .-M ' i . i si 1 1' ss o .., ss rloil with Mt nra-idc-.s lu Ihe II r.iiroad rati- .a-c. ssas the llrst ssi ne- to-diy. lie 'latlv i ontr.nllcted r.-tinii" v by GPffnrd Thin tie. lfisva Had rf. id i ',,. mi-sir.ner. that Mr Ilrandels de. e veil the public and the sli ppers I r r I'.ll. , . i.il Wa-h:i.gton attorney, the rate 'Mil' a f.. ti. r I'liinp.!' es ii ..). d the f Mr llran- MORGAN HURRIES FROM FALMOUTH TO LONDON Oiilv I'iissiiiiorpj. Allowed to I.iiihI iiiiil Is .Met li lio ei tiiii' nf liniik of Kiiii'IiiihI. s, nil I nlttf Ut ift Jfr. tn Till S Fst.MiirTH. IMi 1ft .1. P. Morgan was landed hen- to-day under the escoi t of nasal aut horlti. s fr en the Holland- tmcilia liner It-it. rdam slion'i afli r her atriial lie was the on'y pas-ep. gi r allowed to lean- the ship Mr Morgan was met at the dock I y Waltir Cunliffe, gosernoi of the Hank of I". igl.u. d, and the two Marled Imtn. - di. Cell for London, lie Ignon il all nu - ' Hon- In icgaril tn the ms estlgations of, Hie Tliii'nti- .1. i mi. n ttee Ill N'esc York, and ssoii'.i -as ,o'ii ng besond the fa t , thai he had bid a wonderful snsage. 34th Street ASSAILS IMMVATF. FIllMSl W.ssiiiNo.Tnv, Feb. 10 Government I monopolization of the business of niantp ' facltirlng iiminr plate, for tre on war- ships Is urged In n htatcinetll made pub I'e here to-day by Senator Tillman of South Carolina, i li.ilrni in of the Srnato Committee on Naval Affairs, Mr. Tillman made thli statement co Incident with the prcseninlloii to thn Seiiale of the Naval Committee's leport aiitliorlr.lng the cotisli uctlon or acipilrl Hon bj the Gmeriuneiit of an Jll.OOu, 'i.iii aim. ii plate plaid He expressed lll liope tll.1l the owhelH of the Mldvalc plant would agree lu sell to the Goieiiiinent, al.o esttinate.l that If Jhey did Hie Nav I lep.irtinent could within eighteen .-months enlarge that plant Milhciently to mike all of the aintor plate the tloiermnciit would uetd. Tin! Senator expressed li.mtvlf as fol lllw . "Mv experieine for twinty year In the Senate, during all o wltTch time I hale 1 ti on the Naval CouiuiiUee, h.ia made it ii'irels i.nnil.ai with the ,.nnr.,,,,u ,,..lll I.1..1, tt, ... . j MVt. ),.,, t.iktriK from th Goveriun. nt. 'Of course It would have been belter 1.' Ibee men bad In en sullliieii'Vs reason abb lu their ilealings wttli Fncle Sam -I mean Ih- owners of llethlebeni, Car- neg.e and -Mldlale t'Ompamee--to havn heell allowed to continue to make armor, but thev haxe lt-;i Inoidlnately ; seltlsti and would iiex. r IMm to any ' tllllr along deiellt lilies I'rKrn I'nrelinne of XKIritHle I'll. I cati ho is .for tho "The only lernedy ' i loverri'nietit to own Its own plant I '".. no -...o... .i.e. .. ...i ,.- merit cati run Its plant us sit.l up the present tuikeis of armor do theirs If the Mldxale compiny, which seems to be under the tonirol of a sensible, and reasonable man, Mr Hal In, will s-mI Its Plant at anything like Its real sslue 1 I should favor the iloieriinient Inning It land expanding It to the ne et-sarv slr.e 'ami sunplv all the armor se need ' "Mr Harba tctitlnl that -hfi the rornpaiis went Into the liitMtinx they did I not have any f.oiory. but expected to I , hulbl one In twenty-six months I lias.-I I no doubt 'hat the Government t an build a plant tn eicnteen rnonins In Ills report to l'ie r-enaie on ine armor plate dill Senalot Tillman at tail.ed the private in inufacturers. liiarciiie that thev K-preM-nl.-l "a . , , f -i t t ts pi lies u.i ,mns nllmr llilni!. "The relation oi Government to the the Fnited Slates armor plate niantl- I continual source of I . facturer- h. be.,. dls-atlsfai linn to those members of Con gress who really do not believe In the doctrine of favoritism to special Inter- i ests or ill tile protective ssst.m at all, I and a condition has exl-tcil little short of scandalous. Ilnl Three Uniiiifncliirers. Tlicie are only three manufactur' t -of annul' In this country and the ririill Is either a monopolv or a 1011111111,111011 of the worst tpe None of th nidi- tlnns that tend to .bed. inonop.-li K ptemt The number of inanufacluri rs s neiv.--arlls limited and the Govern ment I" cnnipdlod to buy tin Ir prod in t nl mie-s ,if th, price , barged becaue the law dm s not allow Ho- Secntar.i .f the Naxs '0 go oui-.idi ..f Dil- 1 out. Irs to l.ii.s It The in tnuf.i tin 1 is haxe no fear of pns.ite competition, for thiie is not -iiftlden' deiomd lot' armor lo ju--1 1 fx the illtrilliee of olll, r parties "Th 'oiionuc prlmiple tilinh de- claics that to lucre the price of a monopolist'.' prodii.t beyond a lertaln limit autoinatlctlls decrt uses the de mand for It do.-- not obtain, becatt-e the I'lllttd Slates I invel'IIIUent s c, , Ill Is. .11, d to armor it- n.-.-.l- ngardless rf cost "It Is plain that t'otigiess can pass as tnani lasss a- it , hoo-es to pass and give Ihe Secietary of the Nass as much direction as he may ask without rctuedv lug the situitlnn. As long as present conditions contiiiiie the armor 111. inufac turers are In a position to force Ihe Fiiitnl Stati - Gosenuueiit. lu -lie lan guage of r'.c liitrlixx . x rn.i- to - 1 1 nl and di liscr "Should 'he Gospruiiieiii build ,1 plant and then lock II up and it never b- Used It would be ssi- led II. as It would servo .1 ss, nulng 10 pus. He 1na1111f.il tll'vrs that there Is a point b... .solid which the Government ssill not' iio driven and ssheie patictnc i'i.hi-. to ' be a x nine nkSvvQItJmtJnmj Broadway at HKGINN'INC TODAY A TIMIiLY Sale of 1800 Men's Spring Derbies at Q (.rALITV Hats cvi - of tip-top materials all tin and inodi'lcd into Sprinir's by trained eyos and .skilled hands. Kaoh hat is made of felted, with heavy dieed can select from ten colors In Itrowns New onion skin linns ii sunt Aliliuo lirnwn: both lircdii'tcil to haw a great vokup this season. Profit by lakinii YOl'll Spring Hat today, for ire do not vxpvet to rvpvat this unuxual olfvr. Sale IxfiiiiH at U A. M. Continuing today Annual Spring Display Showing what cm be done in Pure Silk Neckwear for Men at 19c For lieanty of de.-iyn. .style, and iiialily of male rial, these beautiful pure silk scarf-, are without an equal. Make your .selection today the allies are e.traordinar, . RIBBON DENTRL CRCflM A Dentists' Dentifrice Sold Fe",t,Tt U BOAT COMMANDER KILLS GREW AND SELF (!llil.stl Tillili'.ill llcvi'illcil WIipii llohl of CiipttiriMl (r lil.ill Vessel s Visiteil. Aecoidltig tn Pr M S lngl ' a Canadian ninis surgeon, wlm a r led sestrrday by tin- An. hoi- liner Cam... rmila from I.lvi rpo.il. lilt) -nine Geim iti submarines have been eaugb' by nets and otherwise slin e the li.'giiin.ug of the German nnder-ea w.irf.in. 1I' mi ne .e:on,ily xlslteil a gljn -ulunai'.iie brought Into Imver tbne sseeka ago an. I 'iw the commanding rdllnr and InT crew of twenty-seven men dead In the operating r.Miui with bullet hole n then heads. The iliietnr said he Hint d.iw 'i nlo tln undersea boat, whuh had o.-iti cap Hied in a net wilh tli' lo-" of h. r periscope, is Ith a naval olllcer sshoni ne knesv lilt m.iti-l and that he w is iitl. d m see the dead men .-in.issl.il inn silth the r i ommaiider proiie wilh an automatic pi, tol in Ins ngut hand It si i - appncii lh.it he had kil.-d all tl thers and then shot li'inn-lf i'he i, or said In lcaiii.il Iium the naval olll e Unit sev eral other cresis of iapiied ihuiai'nes had perNhefl In the same was In the s-set il wieke he bad been m Knghihd (.ex.rileen German submai Inei li.nl b.in taken. The deadlo. k ! tienc'i sv.irfare, the ductor said, was ilu. m pai io the mining of the HrM lin. t'einhi-' If tin I'liemy charged and ciptiiicd tin llr-t line of trench..- the icnes therein we-e exploded ebctrunlls ten the sec .ii'.l or tliud Im. . aiiil Hie ntsaders ssero blown up Thee lid line trendies sscie tocUe, will c.x' tulcrs of Mihs x ting l!,l"i" lib ,-h wile llbelated llle enemy slioubl get so far as i; nod lllii". The consefii, -a . was that the efforts to fikf llrst. I, tie t-en, Ins uf-t not numerou- AUSTRIA CALLS ELDERLY MEN. Insses nf I Sll.t.ll? nml is; rn-7 Saltl In llnxf llt-eu siiiuiu nurd. .i nn il. IVb. In --I i..sp.,, 7,..s received here to-da.s leport tiat u-,i'.i has. called to the 1 idols the i-l,i-e nf lii.",, IS'iii. lM'-T. 1x70. jx;i ,im Iv::' Men of Ihe class of 1 St,.", arc now OH s-.ir- old arid sum. of tin-' 1 probably fought in the u-ti o-Prus-ian wai f I si, 1; ire 1 1J1 thosi 1 tn, ige . a of 1 !gllt I,,. g'l r. . I .1 t.te X7 ll-ed tlllH -1 r- 'I Men n' mi- I. ' I'.ll po-llloll- i.-.ng sounger vie LONDON DENIES R00N CAPTURE. tluilrall.v sii! tleporl lln.s lip Ite unriled ns 1 11 ftiu uilt-il. l-vi.ov l.-suid the t-il.i s In New Vnrn IMi in Tin Vl-ioral-jr following oil. 11I statement i'H of , allied repoits from f Hie .aptiire nf the ilciin.111 ci m-ci l.i. on : S'o news h.i.s Is-en reci se,i In- the Vilmlralty of the reported tig it be tween thp Prake and the Iloon 1 ml the captuie of tin- l.tttt r stpj, c. cord.n-is, the report mis i-c rig.niled as urifoiinded. 1 rile Mtiuiul On,. 'ro.iln. Yale Cilxi rsils sslll hull n- an -ill I altiiiini das to. das in. I the ,11111111! ,u. llllXlled 'o -en the llh.Sil- -t at Work. At the l'i' ..'In o' 1. 1 b In 1.1 , 1 111. 1 1 ,. , rs 1.1 urting hall plans ro ht . mm !g inno IIIIVIIS.I'. of ,tli I'ollege ,t , d 1 l-'cll 34th Street $1.95 ry one of tlicin. Mailt way i tlirou-di, newe-4 .shape.-, lon-fiir ri;itrlit Mock, .smoothly hand-, and you and white in .silk linings. and lllack ' Icr hlacl. s l hat matin to stay black, i in the olil way wild old iI.si-h, l In-