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THE' SUN, SATURDAY, PKliUUARY 12, 1910.
3 FORD PEACE BOARD BEGINS SESSIONS 0iinitiiu Ariniiiiiciils to !r I lie Kc.mioIc of (lie. Ctnifcrt'iuM'. AI.'.MKI'li'i: IS KOlMillT . i il :i cablegram ycster p.is bureau of the Kuril ll.n . fi -etii . nt Stockholm, u' which tl. ' T r w ng I a etiintnnry : S,- itral Confeteiico foi Cotltlll- tegular lla IS viec anon ii'-im in . iinla. Mayor l.lndh.igen of ...... n, 1m tlir chairman of the meet I aliiirt of i .t. . ....i..i,, tun ., " ' " h'!ii:ere I me Thi' nuvoiniiiclits or the n.it on, he said, h.iil shown . i.. .i... ...i.i. .....I it. tltse'l.- ini'"l " " I III t l. re trrotll! tjt.'lsrl (..pit :r T'ii' to-, I to' i i to arouse -inline soiiuiiis-iu m-inu io'uu- iiiiuouucemcui is maiie wi . ivaie initiative ami thu ok-I the f.illuro of four attacks mailo by the nv . ' amioN of ctiiltllfhlliK the: French In effort to recapture trenches , it. northwest of Vimy, In the sector .,.i ci'iitllty." he xatil, "was north of Arras, preceded by hours of ar ' ,.f a Pattli'tleM when' brute tlllery preparation. .1 m.llt.iry luetic ruled. The -Vino fighting plays the leading part . mur intit di'pi'tiil moro upon hi the Hrltlsh coninililiiUe to-day. Five the rights of ourselves and Hrltlsh mines wero exploded, three north cor- g 1 J..5- - ,- ,-"i. " Mijo- 1 M'.il.lje!! nrpil mat ine rc-so- - iiimi oi i.ivencny. . wcrmaii l,l', .ib.i ml jiii im ream- In armament! j tultH" exploded southwest of the tlohcu .pieu 1. members of the Ford on- "-ollorn redoubt caused no casualties to ...i i , 'mm live .i.itrotin ami accepted b ihi- i n il tnui lis a basis for discus in i i l as ti game. T'n o i- "millions ilomanil a iciwatlon ' 0f hi n.i 'K ds by tneaiut oi a Rencral ' utriei'1" ii .'onneciion un uir 111 t ..in 'ion if .in International order of j m v i- ifi iiiaixllni: the erpial rlRhts of iull ihl.ils and peoples freely to de- ' i. lop 111 'tor the pintei'tlou Of political, r n.llini 'mil ri'irnii.ii uet-tumi. t T ip on-, renee s. nt a cablesratn of gttet nir I i Mi' Ford. SEKK AX ARMISTICE. I I oiiferenoo Thliikn iorinnii J Will Mil Mine fur Truer. I!n v m.i I'arls, Feb. It. -A Swiss d-'. .'..ii t the Ford ennference at i-. hoi: i nan ciueu tn-d.iy at a meet r; ,iii.-,inil by thirty Swiss I'.irlla l.e l,tii,i' The ili'leir.ltlon 111 bo hM.li i v 1 1 r Sclierrer-Iielloiiiann. a" N..i ' .. Coiinclllnr. The tneetlnir w.im ! b.. l.oiiiH Iochner of ChtraRo I H,i y C i:ans, representinR the 1 '.I t'ii''' - l.i 'iner assured the meetlmr that M V ir I Ii i,l .Aprei-isl 1i!s willingness ii... I .iv..iut Til. Ill, in ,tr,1l;itti In itr,!. m i'e lie s'i'.-eis of the oonferenco. to' i 1 e said, all the neutral countilcs ar -enliiiK r.'inesentatives. ""'le I: fi permanent oommlttee to es. t 'isi.tie peace, oomprlolni; dele i:.' f'. ai several neutral countries, met .iU t i f "i iiul.il, pnipus.ils fur all ar- n'i f sn ir i fure It !n e tti- -s' The committee's aim Is to securo t e of at least two weeks be--l"-lng campaigns are begun. i ' tli.it If one cap m- obtained w not bo leiiewcd. FORI) GOING ABROAD. win tlaUo soi'iinil Poiieo Trip .Next VIimiOi. It Is nd. M . .Ii , Cel.. 1 Henry IVrd Is t . . .....iiMil paer trlti, and William ,i i w i I be ,it us iummatid as soon i i iin.iigli for pe. i seems to be i Mi.ciss. Jane Addams has c'!"' lie Foul Invitation aim. and . w II be st.irtod early In Vjielt l ! .of nt li, former .ikIs i lice Father Voter Plitss. ' i. lllitla of Chrlt and union is i'.m. Is authority for tln-e A I It ' r i v,- willing to remain In E . nl ' . ' 'lie wai Is oer will be In- ,! . ' " i.emU'rs of the nccond party. OSCAR II. BACK IN PORT. Brlnu- !' r Police Deleunles, Wbu iilliil Am ii; on Her. T . s ,i 1 r,i ian-Amertcan liner fv- err I rler,lay from Copenhagen - . -ai d after an unusually r - j w i'i permitted for the tlrt t' Hit beginning of the war to I i ivli til- North Sea without If e ii' m'i la, a Hrltlsh cruli-T. V iii'r ii.is-cngers were four of V i ptr.j thai sailed away In her fr i . p,.M - Daniel Hldwell of llart- f' . irr,h.onient , Mr-. Kllx.ibeth b f lietioit, ll.nr.e Hiintnan H,.iie lllher pasMMigers " i .ii . iteii I ros nurses who I ! til tlio liusiiaii iirniy. In- c . M - F' allies Mvis of Hroolib Ii. SrCRET ORDER KILLED SPY. II nu In, lis linn. I i llilllli mi ll shot b Helicllllis. ' ' ci. ia lindoii, Feb. II ' the killing at S. hasrbeck, uf .Si-la do Undo, the Hel- p. i . r I' i' f r T t' r i r I. t T . l 1 In Mime of bis I'lilllitl i - a 'leil as a ilenn. in spy i. ii IMitn Cavell to tho !erm in r ' bao been leeched hero ' .. ,t r Ucoi-iling to the r- ' e i , .rt of M'crct Hiclety I s- i Mi i-i. i. is, the members of I e , iriUeil thouieehes to kill! i i. a li'iin sp.viiiK i-cj'ilvO for, '" i I' - Tne killing of IJfl lludet kk.' g - ait riuuti-d to this orgaul- 1 IT, wars old, th" son of m i ,j,ir of the Itelglan army. 'ni i in father i of need to n- I' "I- ami it was taken to the C e P'l . I I i 1 I kn I . " 'gm The Herman aulhorl-. ' ' Un- police to make a strict - f lie Itmle's death, but lit , ' f unlerrd that tin- oasu lm, , .i , . nohiithlo for I'o node's death the I ,'li ,rilie imiisi-d a line of I.i i. -. Is, .mother of Il2..ufi I i I disbanded the civil a iiib : Dt'RAZZOS FALL SEEMS NEAR. ii'lriii i,, il mi ni'l nu, .Vim I ile In llllllllllll t'Mplllll. ' ' ,, ,. , 'I ill M . ' r- ' I 'I hi. Aiisllliin army J' s '"ii,im bus occupied the '' s ii.iween Hieza and Vaxar s' k li i'. an mtlclal statement - ' in Vienna. This places ii ibe iniiiii'dhito vlclnlly II' ii in ji nit it I and n-aiioit and tin i.f 'In '., 1 1. I' , l.nriljw b a 'I i ,. fm ' ii. ., Mi. t . i" p. ... in Ii ni li.na.ii is now i oneeiled to iiiir of hinii'H, Vaar Slak ' w ii less than eight miles ' '! I '111,1!-.ii. Iliea (I'li-zlJ.l) wi ii tin miles noilbwest S'.ih The Austrian statement n iiiiiiimgiiii.-in fonos it I -K in Alhuuia occupied last ' nv the Tirana heights, be lli" .a and I'.tz.i Slak. '-ii uHanee guaiils were r'- " el i,i jiic, In do only fnur r ' I 'Hl.lZ.'i. Hiiiii-umI,. liHrrnclis lilt In Itiilil, I'eb, II -Tho (iernian (leu f ' s ,,. xutf nils iHsued tho follow. 'in nt on Vedueda's all' raid 'i Hie list uf Kent: "On tho after "ioii at IViniiui j :i Nimc f our tmval fiiii,inis dropped boiiibs freely on the frli.ir winks, f.icturltK and barracks Jt IUiiisato. roulh otjha mouth of the Thlmr TRENCHES IN RETAKEN Regain Positions South of the Somme, but Germans Hold Vimy Gains Despite Sharp Attacks British Explode Mines. rcif Viihtr Uf patch to Tnr. StN. I.o.stxis, Feb. II. The French War Olflce uiinnunce to-night that h notable part of thu French trotichea south of Frlse, In the region south of the Somme, which worn captured recently by the Hermans wero retaken by the French on Tue(lay and Wednesday. The Hermans imule a violent counter attack lust night In an effort to retake "",1,loM''' 1,1,1 "rti'r suffering Impor imacn was sioppcu uj m French artillery ami rllle lire. in tim ,.rrt,u.,i . ....... 1.........1 -,.. I. ',-- r.n,in,,i .1"... oi i .iruug. one south of Fosso X arid I .... (t.isu iviLl-fl, . The ofllcl.il i'ominunliiie- Issued by the jFroncli War Offlc tu-tilRlit follows: "misti iorces In Helgluni our Held artillery serl ously iI.imaKi'd an enemy tleld fort near the Fasscheiidacle ranal .md caiisod thu explosion of ammunition depots. In Artolij thetu was an intermittent cannonade In thu riKlon of the I.llle road. To the south of tlie Somme, In the couri-o of actions fought by sep aratu Kniups on February 8 and ?. wo ret uuU, from the ticruians a no table part of the trench elements re maining In their hands In the reslon to the south of Frlso. Yesterday at the end of tho day the enemy' at tempted by a violent counter attach to ilrUe us from tho reconquered ele ments, but our fire etirtaln and our Infantry lire stopped the attempt. The enemy sustained Important losses. To-day there was a moderate amount of artillery activity In the sector north 3 GERMAN CONSULS ! DODGE INDICTMENTS TIip.v I'nil to Accept Notifica tion After l'roniiitiir to Appear. Svv Fn.Ni-lsi'u, Feb. 11. Franz Hopp. lierman Consul-iiener.it at this port; H.irun lCckli.ir.lt, II. ou Schack, ilesman Vlee-Coiijml. and Henry W. K. hjauf maun, chancellor of the Herman con Mlnto, tailed to apiear to-day at the olllee of the Fnlteil Slates Marslial to re ceive notification that they wero under Indictment by the Fnlteil States on charges of conspiring to violate the neu trality of this country. Twelve others, Including Maurice I lull, Consul for Turkey, obeyed the summon I for appearance and wore Instructed to leturii mi Monday, when the arlous Cio will be called In tho Federal Court. Acting Fnlted States Attorney M. A. i Thomas gut Cutiul Hopp on the tele prone In the morning ami said' "Con i Mil. Horn Is ii warrant In the Marshal's I utlk'e for ,mu. Would It bo agreeable for jou to niiin up to-day"" V.UMSU1 ifjj'ii .iii.ni'reii in. ii ue, oil Schack and Kaufmann would appear between S and o'clock In the afternoon The otllce was open till i .30. but neither put In an appearance. The Fnlteil States Attorney expressed great surprise that tho Herman otllelals had not obeyed directions, l.leut. Wll helm von Hrincken, attache of the lier man eunMilate; Charles C. Crowley, do. tecllvo In the employ of the consulate, and Mrs. Margaret W Cornell, secretary to Crowley, named In the same Indict ment as Hopp and Von Schack with con spiring to set on foot a military expedi tion against Canada, surrendered and were allowed to go on ball of llo.ftOI. U. S. WON'T SHELTER PLOTTERS Cniinillini I'nrllnmrnt Told of Amer lemi tfltiHrinitors, fiTTAWA, Feb. 11- -There is an oris-Jal understanding lietwecu Canada and till Fniti'd States that tho latb r country shall not bo used by Herman plotters us a base for attacks of any kind upon tho Iiotiiinlon. This announcement was made bv the Hon. ,1. II. llaitn. Minister of Marine, In 1'arllanient to-night. Fred F. Pardee, Liberal whip, directed attention to despatches from San Fran cisco .dealing with Indictment by the Federal C.rand Jury against representa tives of Herniaiiy for conspiring against Ca n.ida. 'Without any Indulgence In sensa tional smres," obseived .Mr, Pardee, "' 'ai'sdliins i-aniiiit help feeling that a 'leally grave Mutation may exist by reason of tho dangerous operatlon of alien enemies til the t'nlted States, separated f rr m us by a mcro geographi cal line." The Hon. Mr. Hasten replied that lie was glad to be in a position to assure the Houi-e and the country that every precaution was being taken and that the Hovernment had assuraii'i) of co operation from the Fnlted States. The lion. Charles Marcll said that tho spivlllc cases to which Mr. Pardee had directed attention were made moro slgnl lirant by reason of the fact that Franz. Hopp. tho leading Herman iimirirn ai San Francisco, was for home years H(r iii. i it CoiifUl-Hener.il In Canada. IbluL Hupp Plotted Piirllnmriit Fire. iittawx. iiit. I''eb. 11. Thai l-'ran. Hupp, the Herman under Indictment In i San l-'ranclseo for conspiracy against. Caiiaili, may be tho man who batched the plot to destroy the Canadian Pallia- i t building by tiro Is th- theory ad- uuooi! to-night b.v Hon. Chailes Marcll. cx-Speaker of tho llnutc'of lVitnnion. Mr. Marcll points out that Hopp was familial- with every crevice and comer of the Parliament building's interior. He was foi sonic time Herman Consul-Urn-1 oral In Montreal and In Ills oflirial ca-1 parity wi"1 freiiiontly a guent nt tlm for mal opening of Parliamentary session, j also attending Stale dinners nt (lovorn iiieut House, Ho was a familiar tlguro I in tho lobbloH "f ""use of Omniums j When Canada and Heni'.any decided i to withdraw tho surl IX each had Im posed OJI 1110 Oilier S lllipniin, itiinmiiiK the grunting f pn'ference lo Jlrltaln j h Ihe Donillilon, Hopp came to Ottawa i aiid negotiated the arrangement for the Ueiinan (Jovernment. (Miners leii . Liner Win Sunk Sanderson Sou, general ugclitH of the ltoal Mall Steam I'aekei Com liany In this countr.. icceei ,( cab' this iiKirnlng fiom Sir oncn I'IiIIIiim, K C. M. U at Ivondon, chiilrnuiii of Ih'ii company, slating that the vubllMiod reisirts llmt their new steuiiuhlp Ar Unsa had bcenunk were untrue. ARTOIS BY FRENCH of the Alsne. There, was an effective lire of our batteries on tho Herman works north of Souplr and on revlc tualllng convoys northeast of Ilcrry-au-llao. In ChampaKue, In tho course of a grenade attack in thu region north east of the llutte-ilu-.Mesnll, wo cap tured some forty prisoners. On tho lielKlits of tho Mouse our artillery destmod a blockhouse and enemy observation posts In tho sec tor of the Hols Houchot. Ten shells of lariro calibre were thrown to-duy In the direction of llel fort. The llelplan communique says Last nluht an Important detach ment made up of picked men attempted a surprise attack on one of our ad vanced posts. Tho enemy was re. pulsed by our fire. The enemy left numerous dead dnd wounded In front of our lines. Un our side we suffered no loss. The following report from Hrltlsh headquarters In France was Issued to. Iihs'ht by the official pret.s bureau: Wo spranit three mines yesterday north of t'arnoR and another south of Fosco H, To-day the enemy spratiR a mine southwest of thu lluhenzollern redoubt. We suffered no casualties. Hostile, artillery was active to-day north of Albert, north of I.oos and about Ypres. ArmeiitleriM and FIverlliRhe were shelled ilurliiR the day. , In the afternoon we spr.mR a mine to the northeast of (Jlvenchy. The t.ennan statement to-day said : Northwest of Vimy the French, after artllleiy pieparatlons lasting for hours, attempted four times to recap ture the trenches they had lost. All their nttacks failed. South of thu Somme they wero also unable to re capture any part of their lost positions. On the Aliie and In the Cham pagne there have been local artillery duels of a lively character. One of our captive balloons escaped without Its ciuw and drifted over the enemy lines near Vallly. FLEET IN NORTH SEA READY FOR GERMANS Correspondents 'UH First Line Ships and Kind Men Eajror for Action. l.ovmiv. Feb, 11 A little launch loaiWsl with French and American news paper oorroepondonts left otiu of the foremot Hrltlsh naval Imm-s this morn ing to Inspect. iiion siieclal permlsMon f the Admiralty. Hrc.it Britain's first line offensive tbi-t ".omowhore m the North So,."--that i. ,1H uo,ir iu?y ale permlttisl to specify the locality. The leading units of the tleel visited we'-o the battle crus.-rs which during the r.u.t eighteen nn'litlM ll.ive partici pated In naval lighting. After lunch on tho flagship th" visit ors wore t.iketi In tin, l.lnti. tlm in, ,wt famous of Hiltlsh b.uile hiiImts, which' was Admiral llt-ntt's Magship In llu Dogger 1 I.i ilk battle. In which 'lie Klut-cher was sunk. Tho I. Ion Mood i tho brunt of tho I logger Hank tight, et a dent In her forward til r nt and another Just below the water lino arc 1 the only scars left by the concentrated tiro of three Herman cruisers. The com-' mander proudly showed the visitors tho souvenirs of last May'n battle -an un exploded It Inch shell from the Herman cruiser Seydlltz. which pierced the'l.loti'ti armor bolow the water line, ami the casing and cap of the 1: Inch shell that passed through the deck and blew In the Admiral's quarters. No other parts of the shell worn ever found. Hoth the I.lon and the Tiger were reported by Herman snurcet last May to have been sunk, From the I. ion the i-oriespondcnts proceeded to the Tiger and convinced themselves that this grey, hound, too, was still "very much alive," showing no signs of the terrific hammer ing to which It was subjected by the Herman naval guns. The trip convinced the visitors that Kuglaud's sailors are In good trim and tho best of spirits. The discipline and morale of tho personnel seemed to have reached tlm highest possible mark. Young officers voiced Impatient eager ness of action, for "the day" which they all seem to feel will come soonor or later. There Is much talk of Zeppelin raids, In which tho navy men hope to prove tho efficiency of their anti-aircraft Kin is. WHITLOCK ACTS AS BEST MAN. 1. S. .MlnUter to HoIkIiiiii at Wed iIIiik uf American and UrlRlan. TiKiKis. Feb. ll.--llrand Whltloek, American Minister to llelglum, was best limn yesterday at the wedding In Hrui eels of Charleji Cat-stairs of Phlladel phla, a member of tho Belgian Hellef Committee, and Helen Uuluotte, tho daughter of the Hursotnaster of 1 telle court, ill llelglum. Vlllljviicu'liu, Feb. II. Charles Ha seltluo Carslalrs. who Is ."10, Is a grad uate of Yale, lie Is tho son of Charles Lewis Carstalrs, a member of tlm firm of M Knoedler A Co., art dealers of New York and London. Ho Is doing relief wink In Hclgliini, where ho met his bride, who win nursing wounded soldliTM. NORWEGIAN STEAMER SUNK. Vnnrll lilts lllun One llrlllsli t rmi'l In Triiulile, l.o"llN, Fell. II Iteiltol s lliillerillllll correspondent reportH tho Mjil.ltig of the Norwegian pilot Meaincr Vaarll, of I, II II tons, after l liking n initio near the rniteh Island of Torsi helling, in the North Sea. Th" oaptaln, chief engine' r and fecund mate aro believed to havo been drowned. Ten of th" crow- havo been lauded ut I bo Hook of Holland Tho Hrltl'h steamer Flswlcl; .Manor, of rt.tllll Ions, has been beached at Yar mouth. FRANCE EXPELS AMERICAN. N'ihiMv uf I'uriiii-I- llliiloinnt (Insteil fler Serv Inn Sriilenee. Aieio' Cii4e ltpiiteli in run Hi, Pviiis, Fell, II. -An oNpuMnti war rant for Hairy Thorn is, an American, was executed tool. n. It Is pot known which fioutlcr he has rim-, ll, hut It la believed ho went lo Spain. Thomas Is Ihe nephew of n former Allieilcan MliliMer to Nur.cir. and Sweden, lie was nircsted last year In connection with an Investigation Into tho death of a, woman known as an opium user. Ho H-rved six mouths in prison, his sentence Including expulsion at the conclusion of his term. NEW RELIEF MAY BE DESPATCHED TO KUT Ilrit isli ('iisil(niir Advatii'o in .McMipntMiiiiii by a Dif ferent Itoiito. AHA II THINKS ITNISHKI) Sliecial fit fife fnwfri fi Till: SIV 1iNlioM, Feb. II. All olllclal leport Issued by the War Olllee to-night on operations In Mesopotamia Indicates that tho Hrltlsh command there has had under conMderatloii the despatching of a rotund expedition from Nasi l ah up the Schatt-el-Ilal to the relief of Urn. Townsliend's forces at Kut-el-Amara. A ieconnoltrln force wai sent up this touto e. ii l. In January and met with spirited resistance from thu Arab, although no signs of a Turkish advance were evident, It was by this route that part of lien. Tmvnslienil's forces i cached Kut-el-Amara, where they Joined the other di vision, which had followed the route of lie Tigris. The relief expedition under Uen. Almer, now hooked by the Turks twenty-three miles east of Kut-el-Am.ira, has followed the Tigris route. Narlnh, on the Kuphrates Illver, seventy-live miles west of Its Junction with the Tigris, was raptured by the llritlsh early In the canipalmi. The Schat t-el-Hal Is a sort of canal connect ing It with Kut-el-Amara. Tho report follows: In Mesopotamia the commanding oftlcr reports that a reeonnalss.itiee was despatched from Nasrlyah up the branch of the Tigris named Shott-J-II. il. No sign of the Turkish advance could bo discovered. Commencing to return on January 7 the seventh detachment was closely followed by a for.'e of hostile Arabs wlin endeaorcd to turn Its Hank ami was aIo att.ioked by other Arabs whom It Isdleved friendly from villages along the route. Our caualtles were 37.1. Tho enemy's dead numbered Jim. On January ! wo despatched a small punitive column against tho Arabs, surprising them and destrolng four of their villages. We sutfered six casualties. CHECK BRITISH RELIEF. Turku llrputsr Tvto Attneks un Their Lines un the Tigris. I'nhU Itttpiteh In Tnr. CoNSTANTINol't.K. via Ijondntl. I'eb. 11 The Turk.sh ollhial statement Issued tn-ulght reports two attempts by the Hrltlh tellef forces on the right side of the Tigris to break through the Turkish llne, bo'h of -whlih were checked. The situation in regard to Hen. Townslienil's fortes shut up In Kut-el-Amara. It state-. Is unchanged. The report follows : un the Irak i Mesopotamia) front there was Intermittent nrtlllerj and Infantry tiring Tho enemy attempted to advance fnmi the right hank of the Tigris, but was compelled to retreat to his old islt!ons after two violent engagements. Near Kut-el-Amara there Is no ehange III the CauiMMi violent att.u-ko have Iweli foiled by vlgopius counter at tacks. .U the n.irilanellrs Wednesday afternoon a cruiser fired tivo sheila around Tikk. Huron i-ur bitterles on tho Anatolian i-ot replied. Tho cruiser withdrew to Imbres. Two mon itors cruising off th" entrance of th" narrows were also compelled to tetlre, RUSSIANS GAIN NEAR RIGA. Ilestroj llrlilgo lllllll It Teutons torus file Nlenieil. ,V.e,il Cilfcl HfthltCl- lo Till. M s Pirriiouiut" Feb. 11. Tin- otlloial statement Issued by th" Itusslau War Olllee to-night follows: In tho m-.'Ioi- wist of Itlga ,n an at tiller duel wo scattered wotklng pattbs. observed two explosions In an enemy battery and demolltdtcd a bridge which tic- enem was build ing aCIOj-H til" Nlelllell. Near Tclionieriiio wo rrjiulsed coun ter attacks. In the ThebrolT region wo maintain"! jxissnssioii of a c.ip lurvd height against counter at- taeliH. In the Hl.uk Sea jeMeiday our torilo ti, its continued the 1 mjii ib.i r,l -mom of the enemy liosltloiis in tho coast nirion. In tlio Caucasus our advance continues. Hutu-Inn Division Kepelleil, Hkr.t.tN, via London, Feb. II. Army lieailrpiarters issued the following report to.ilay regarding operations against Itus sla ; "North of Lake Hrlsviaty the advance of a strong Jlusslau division was re pulsed." GORITZ CAMP BOMBARDED. Hnllam- Vlnke Cuius In Hie t ulle uf the I hlnrni, Sp'rml I abit I ttl-llrti In Till: SI". ItrutK, Feb. It. The following olllclal slateiiii-nt wa.-i I.T.ucd by flic Itallnn War Olllee to-day , Minor e-ioounters In our favor oc currisl In tho. upper Valley of the Chl urso, 111 the Caxnlc Alpn and In the region if Santa Maria. In tho region of Hnrltz. we bum-hiu-did th' et-.emy'h encimpnicnt.", t roups ami munltliui trains. There were miowfalls on the moun tainous portion of the flout GREEK NEUTRALITY UPHELD. imiiihcr ul HepiKlrs nte Aaiilnst (onn(r' lluleriiiK Wnr. Aillliss, Feb. II The Hroel; Cham-bei- of Hepntles to-day upheld the policy of neutrality Hnnnunoril by 1'nniler Skoilloudls yesterday by a vote of '.'ill', to il In his statement the Ptomler sahl that liowivcr grejt Hreeio's i-uffor-ing whs under present .-iindttiniii. It t inilil not approach tlm suffering that war would entail and no coercion could Intro her lo abandon her preoeut polloi. Ills attitude wan upheld bv former Pre mier Hounarls Stephen I rngounils, III" Minister of Finance, presented to tho Chamber a budget showing a ilellelt of I Ss.THii.nOil ilrachmaH i $ftl,lis:i,ftilii I, warning the Chamber that nliMilule economy was lioicsMiry If serious conFeipieiu-i h H on to be avoided t'uniiiiiin-i In Voit un 'I'uesilii , pnitl I'nlile hniuWh In Tun Sis, 1iNpnN, l-'oh, II The lloiiso of Coui. niiiua will leaioemlilo on Tuesday. The situation under which it -meets Is largely clianm-d shuo Paillainent was adjourned oil Jal.lliiy '-' Tho problem of Hut M.e of the iinni i-anni't bo conslilered and llnall relllcil until the working of tho ivrby I-. -Hilling M-honio and of the nilitiiey servne ait has been unci rlaineil In practlic Th" itiestion, however, has ceased lo lie the hone of contention lr Skniln I'liolm- Was U'rerkoil, VlKVNA, via Aiiisterdam, Feb. II -Tlio ntivertiini'iit bus Issued an nfllcliil Hiatenicnt ilinjlng there lias been an cxploMon hi Hi" Skoda armament fac tory In HohemU. KING'S MANIA FOR POKER COST HIM MONTENEGRO Poor Player, but Always Won From Envoys of Allies and Central Powers, Which Explains in Part His Country's Plight. tpftiiil (.'urretpotidtitcr to Tilt Si v. llo.MK, Jan. an. King Nicholas of ilon tetiegio's fa vol Un game Is poker, which ho plays very badly and yet always wins, It Is an open secret that during the last ten years the old King regularly spent many hours every day playing poker Willi the diplomatic representa tives of tho great Powers accredited lit Ilia coui I, whoso chief and best ipiallll ration consisted III allowing lilm to win ; thus a great portion of their olllee al lowances was transferred Into the King's pockets. The mine a diplomatist lost In poker at tlm ro a I palace at Ccttlnje tho greater was the Inlliiencn he noipilred with the King, who Judged MlnlMrrs and the countries they n picsentrd in-curding to the amounts they could afford to loe, at poker. "In the King's pocket." a diplomatist who spent many years in Montenegro recently said, "one will find Itusslau rubles, I'ngllsh sovereigns, Austrian crowns and French Napoleons nil mixed together, and stiangely enough. In some mysterious way, enemy coins still kept tilling tlio King's pockets even during tho war dot-pllc tho fact that the representa tives of tlio Central Powers, both no toriously bad poker phi era, left Cet t til J" rally In August. VM I " The discovery made by this diplomat ist and expressed In dllpotnatic language, llgutatlve but ipilto plain, whs far from a mystery to many people who tried to explain It by openly hinting that the Herman wife of the Crown Prince of Montenegro. Inicbess Jutta (Mllltza) of .Mecklenhurg-Strelltz. probably con tinued to receive her nlluwaneo from Hermany during tho war. Her husband. Prince Danllo, spent most of his t-m" aluoail. even when war broke out. piof einhly In Switzerland or southern France, and bis absence from Montenegro was regarded with suspicion, especially by the Flench, but then nobody sui-pecteil his father of conspiring with the enemy. Continued ti I'lnr Poker. i The old King continued to play poker iwitb the representatives of th" Allies at iVttlnj" and during the early part of tile war the Montenegrins fought side ) by side with the Serbians against the l Austrian. Nobody then doubted that King Nlrholni was not heart mid soul with the Allies. The French and HngliMi helped Mon- lenegro and French nua: guns wun French artlller men wero sent to Mon tenegro and bonibaiileil Cattaro from the Ixivcheti. The Itusslans sent munitions land money to Mont t negro and the Ital ' bins provisions and supplies, but nothing 1 came out of tho Anglo-French naval I operations In tlm Adriatic and Cattaro remained Austrian. ' When Italy entered the war th" King of Montenegro was most enthusiastic, and desplt" the fact that tin re was no love lost between him and his son-in-law. Victor I'mmanuel, cordial telegrams were exchanged, It was then expected that the Montenegrins and tho Serbians would tesunie the offensive against the Austrlans in order to prevent them from I t-cnilliig troops to the western frontier against Italy. Iiistr.ul notlitng wan done. The Serbian army was being mucin l.ed after driving mil the uHHn In v-adeis and th" tint on. after defeating I another dangerous foe in tin shajs. of 1 pints fever, w is n sting oi. unlit i-y ! laurels. The Montenegrins did ma even j attempt to ixpla.n their pa.sne altitude I toward Vu'trui. but onl.v complained lieoauso Italian neip was i ici.oik. Meanwhile, tit" Austria! s. who could have easily attacked .Montenegro, wore hkewi-" passive llurdlv hiiv troops wore left along th" Montenegrin fron tier, and the heavy artlller defending Sarajevo In the early dis of the war threatened by the Montenegrins was ent to tho Italian front Occaslonallv an Au-trian aeroplane llew over Montenegro and dropped bombs iiver CettlnJ" and Podgoritza. hut even these air raid" stopped, and from Mav to oclol-er. LOS, barill.v a shot was tlroil latween the M'inteiicgt ih and the Austrian. The t.-port spread in Italy lat slim mer that Montenegro was In league with ustria. This report was one of many, all unfavorable to Monteiiegni. but. as It was ha.sed on ii posltivi fad. thai of a conference between Prim" Peter ami i an Austrian nun or. it nceneii iii-nni-i a denial alo an evplaiiailon A foci.ier Montenegun I'n mier who happonnl to be in Paris wa-i iii-coiiliiiglv Instiucted to grant an Interview, tin- g st of witlch was more or b-su ,ih follows: "King Nicholas" tho foimer Piemler said, "was liiilmn.int against the us. Itlatis for dtopplng bom'is over nude, fended towns and killing women and children, and thn-ate I leprisaN nin- slstlng In shooting Hi" - list I lull prin otitis ratitured be the Montenegrin. Prince Peter was aivonllngl.v instiucted to Inform the Austrian, of hi falbci's dec siou ami h" soul Ills ald-do-cimp lo th" Austrian linos with n rectn-st that he wanted to confer with th" tale mil iary attach" at CettlnJ" Major Hupka Tho Major happened lo ho on the Isono lighting tlie Hall ins. but be was sum. inoncil at once, i, ml h" motored alt tho wr.y from Hontz lo ('attain, whet., ho coni'erted with Prince Voter "Tlio news that a confiieiice bad been solicited by th" Vrliico originated the report (hat an armistice had been com billed, but Hd report was utlerh unfounded," tho fuiuier Montenegrin Premier declared, although s.n-e then the ustrliti omitted to drop bomb" over Molltenegio It Is more piobabir that Ital . who-lepresetitatlM- at Celtinjn plajeil poki I atrociously b Ihe vva, knew- all .bout tills confeienre, which Mibsomieitt evints litoved to have related to sonieth lis moro I'i'i'Ot t.ini than bomb ilroiiping, This may ovpl.iln wli no guns vver-' out from hero to replam Hi" l-'r.-uch ones on the Iiovrhen St. II King N eh olas contluueil to Invol." lnip from the Allies and li" oven wnit in far as to Issue a prod imalinn In his heron' pen pi" exhorllllg tlioin to tight to tin- bitter end and iilllrmilig Ins ib-termination I, i i,.feiiil Mnnti-i i-gtn in i ' 1 1 tin- last iiirtiiilg" was Hied md the hist man war killed Montenegrin' , ho said, pre fer death I" Mirrendi r, ami h" said he was suing to 1". ul fi'ii from inoiiut.ilu to mountain and I.i, it Hie ii.itloi.il tra ditions of berol-iu ver gn.ng lo bo renew ed Mile. Ilechle lu s,.,, ,.p. King Nlohol is' mei t as a slates nian certalnl.v 1110 wot Hi; of tecogni Hon, as In ' I" '" kimalli'ii h.nl llio do hired ifl'oi't, and Ihe Alias decided to send help, !tn lud'.iig guns, for the l.nv obeli. Tho guns were noeni dlngl) sent, unfortiinalii on ,1 Hrei k ship owned by an Austrian, who, when ii mid Aclt lull'" signalled to ,111 Austrian sub marine which w.in in wailing to sink thu ehlp Willi I argo after n.iturilly giving ampin tune lo the crew to lake to tho boat iiilnr ships with iniiiil tion and provision" wore similarly sunk by tit" Austrian, thank to valu able Inform, itlmi suppled b.v t'.o Mmi telielllll. Who I'VC'l lob-rated then tun! of Ant H an 01 bo ' lose, w Hi ii"lr in mine Ibid Tho Italians, howcv m-i ceded In hinilmg prov Is rin .. esp. bill Hour, ut S'l.l (llovalll'i ib Modu.i. h li foi the Setbluiis and tlio Mnii.cucgriu. and nsUcil tho latter to have them trans tiorted to ColtlnJ' mill Scutari spite th fact that the Mnntrnvrrlnii had 2ni trans!. ii i calls and 2,000 draught horses, presented to King Nlch. ohts by the Czar of Russia, they re fusi.d to carry the provisions Inland and neglected to repair tho road be tween Modtia and Scutari. The pro visions vveto partly looted by the Mon li'lii gi ins who sold them to the Alba. 1 1 la lis, and partly allowed to deterlo late. ' Instead the road between .laeova and Scutari, which the Austrian will now In all probability use In advancing to Scutari, was thoroughly rcpalied by thu Montenegrins Immediately lifter they occupied this city with Austria's tacit consent. Theto is every reason lo believe thM a seciut acroeiiiont was concluded be tween Montenegro and Austria last August iluilng tlio conference between Vrlnce Peter and Major Hupka, ut which the lain Austrian Minister at Cottllige, H.irnti Otto. . believed to .havo been present. Accordtnir I,, tlit fiirr..iii,i.it , 1 All-tria pi. m, sti. Montenegro territorial! rotnpf n-atlons III Novibazar and Albania i iciudllig or course Scutari, which the Montenegrins had to occupy at onco against the eesln of Mount Lovchen, which tho Austrlaus prepared to capture at an early date ssm after crushing Serbia with the help of the Hermans and Hulgtiriaiis. Kvidently some provision was made for tlio restoiatlou of the l'lliico of Wled as Mpn t of Albania, who In fait lias been at Prlrond more than, a mouth waiting p. advatue toward Durazzo. Tim agreement was conditional on the succoss of tho Aiistro-Herman Invasion of Serbia and In fact It was rot tinned or rectified last October. News of It was brought to Koine b a Hrltlsh otllccr who. It Is reported, secured a com- of It nt Cettlgno. rushed to Scutari and from tnero to Avlona. whence ho came ll.ilv on a turpi do boat at full snood. Tho reason the Allies and especially Italy did not t.ilie any action against Monto.'iegro after they had secured evi dence that tho King was In league with Austria has not been explained. Possl lily It was one of the Allies many mis takes. It Is impossible) that the Montenegrins did not know- tli.it the Austrlars were pit-paring to attack tlio laivchen 1 it mouth When the attack was Imminent King Nicholas sent Hen. M.irtlnuvlch to take charge of the defence of the moun tain and placed him In command of n few- thousand men. Hen. Martlnovlch Is not irlnuly pro-Italian and his ap pointment evidently satisfied the Allies that th" .Montenegrins Intended to de fend the Lovchen. Meanwhile King Nicholas dismissed the Cabinet and appointed a new one, with Mlnskovlch, who is rotorlously pro Austrian, .is Premier. Then the Austrian attacked the lyov.-hen. They tirst occupied the vil lage) of Mlras. which was defended by a company of Austrian deserters, and then as -ended to Klik. which they con-uuer.-d without hardly tiring a shot It would have been absolutely Impossible for the Austrian to climb up the sides of the mountain bad the Iovchen been defended; Instead, the only troops con sist, d of the Inn Austrlans deserters at Mlras, who were hlllnl to a man by the Aiistri. ti.t before they reached Kuk In surprise Hen. Martlnovlch. with a handful of men. resolutely attacked tho Austrian and drove them awa from Kuk. hut the Austrian were 1 T.oijo strong and they hal heaw artlllerj So. ,m they at-' tempted an enveloping movement against the Montenegrins bv way of lliidii.i unci thri-atetii-il t-i .ut them on". Hen. Martin-I ovicn in. ... ml in,, il.feii.'e of the I.ov.hei,, h the Austrian occupied Hardly anv mnr lighting followed, hi'ian-n Immediately the King and court abandoned (Vttlnjc and went first to islgontz.i ,md then to Scutari, while Older were C.Ve I to M.irk.i I link-in,,. liii, Piesiilet.t of the Council of State, to band over tho capital to the Aus trian and In'tlato negotiations for an armistice, as ugived upon long ago. The only Austrian lighting In Monte, negro so far mnstel of the attack of the l.ovc'un. Ill-side the pressure along tlio troiitler tiy the Austrian at nv under Hi n Kooves It 1 feared that moro fighting, n at lighting too. will follow. The Austrian will find It verv dltlleult. If not impossible, to disarm the Monte, negrins who. urder IV leadership of Oen. .Matt'novlch. are now- opposing le slst in. e In the interior. Viis--'dv the Vustti.in x .It o upv Monti nesr.i in oilier to advanc" against luia-zii and Valona from tho north, to gether with tlio Itulg.iriiiti from the ca. t Thi may explain wh.v the attack against Silonlca lias been poitponed, stn.'o obviously an fu"y Invasion of Al bania will not fa'l to Impress the i !i ,eli lion- favorably than in unsuccessful ett.o'k against S.ilnnliM, and p'is,v might lead to their Intel v cutlon in favor of tho central Umpire. The .utrla ns count a gTf.it deal on tho support of their friend", th" Al banians who for cel. tin les have had their clergv subsidized by Kmperor Franc! .lorcph imd III predecessor-''. Tlio Ubinlali nlteadv have aided the istr'in. in Monlen.gro and northern Albania, .md ui doiibtedlv both the Cath oll. trlb, -moil and the Moslem aro now fnl'.v convicoil th.it since Serbia and Montenegro have been compion-d by the istrla"s. It will bo safer to s!do with them than with tho Allies. In lontral and southern Albania the Vuftr'.atis with the Mpret and bis followers and f,, teiuosentatlves of the Sultan of Tnr kev, now hope to have nothing to di but advance In a sn.c.ilh'd military pioinenailc. PUZZLE TO THE DUTCH. When Hun- llrlllsli emels .Nut j lleou Trenti-il ns Wnrshlpf . -.-el I uMe M..,tr. In Tilt' s WtsTIKtiVM. Vil l.ouiloil, l-eli (ierniany's nienioeandum nutiouucing that all armed l'll,geient niercliautmeii will be ttoatisl as warships lias nl-ni-e.l g-eit interest in Hollaiid and Is l tig vvolilv .lis. u.,.,i hut the liuti-h pies Is wi, new hat I'U..l' il icga 1 -ling its 110,11, tng ! i,e HoiiifcvMiiiJ asiv. Havo Hrltlsh lllel , .1 11, t .lieu ir: itson Healed diflei enlly fiom warslilps" in. pip"! think it i lustjtio.l 11 hop 1 g ii'.ii in-iiii -, ml 11.1 will -ii nug'iiate ,1 uioie humane naval warfaio. Tin- Meiiics I'nil On bin t..is' "If the nio'ii.irand'im mi.iii that all meiehanl slilps bflougiug to Hcrmaiiv's fins ,11c I" be turpi lined ml the U'MIUip- t lull Ilia! tne. at- il'iled, 'lull all of I Merman ' . oii. c.sloii - to th" I 11 to, I Sl'ite -i'i' v iluob's- .Hoi the teiiHiini iie- tweoil Hern. IH I II. 1 Hi" I'lllto.l States lH likely lii 111. lease The (in n Me il' ol'oiiii asi.s v hethrr tlio nioinor iimIiiui inoans that "unarmed ships aio to be treated In iicrorihu wtlh Ih" ,a.v, i i.i i'i!',, win'1. no llu a," to be seiicnctl and tho s.itotv of non comb.ilalits assii.ed," and asks, If s "c li:i t gu i rant ee w I! i .",-in.iiiv ofier, will. I subseiilel'lv will not he ' and add toga filed as a -1 rap i I I'-il"'!, "What .mull' an rh.iiilti'ou "' att.n l,a "AI ,(ti- I, p - .1 l.li , I 1 . 1,111 nod, 1 w nellici tl., (hi: "V I i i ii a y ilie, It a I "il av in s '" a ion an -ie several - - i ba i e bee' ' i e . ' ei. I i- if llC.ll.il eil -I, piudiiced to H..OW i nrlsllig from Hoi ma eauiicii be id ilgit .. al. tho problem submarine action now- ni- issuing a Birnacln? memornndum from Bctlln." Egyptian DEITIES The Utmost in Cigarettes" Plain end or Cork tip TcopU of- culture, feuumenta education invurCa&lu prefer 'Deities to atty . .. . U. S. TO PROTEST U BOAT CAMPAIGN ('oiiM'iio if from rifnl I'iih? Timm does not Indicate that any trouble I likely to result ft out the new development in tho International situa tion. The majority of the mottling paper make no comment on the subject, Tho 7'fiiie.s says: "The memorandum simply menus that Hermauy Intends to continue and extend the practices for which Preshlont Wil son is expecting disavowal and repara tion, limit Hritaln vv 111 continue assoi t ing her lawful right"" The Mfi .Vetrn alone expresses oil. torlally ib.uht as to America's attitude and deprecate the too ready belief that tho Fnlted States l changing Its view The paper says: "Fntll the term of the I.usltatiia sol- I W . W J IimJtImuIU tujtienient aro known, crltlc-i-ii of Presl- iieui wiisoii is criticism in mo u.u-h. President Wilson has shown iullnlle pi tleme th the Henn-in poicy of trick and iinihhlo. There I certainly no rea son et to conclude that he Is prepared to accept as a reward of bis pitlence the destruction of any of tin- principle" for which ho has stood." BLAME PUT ON BRITAIN. I'l-riuiiii Metuii siiN (iiptnliiN Were Instructed In Hiinner. ,seriitf ' nil ltittrli In The Sts A.MSTKim.vxt, via IajihPiii, Feb. 11 Th" liffi. al .Vui-iMeutsrfin .1 lliemrjiii .it una of Hrlln prints tlio fur text of the Herman memorandum on the po' tion of the Herman Hove-nmetit regard ing the arming of merchant sips There lire twelve annexes to the memorandum. Twenty case of mer cantile ship thing on Herman siiiitim rlne.s nto cited, In thlrte.n of whaii Hi, merchant ship Involved was not bletitl Ibd T it.-l.i'iiiiis ar- gi , n if , c till i il documeiil- si.d in the memorandum o !ave liei-n Issued to Hrltlsh niercli'in; ships and tnitisports Instructing tlutn .11 tlio niothod of using ipilck tiring gun-, rules and machine suns ngaltist sub marines Tlnj Herman invvspaprrs tejolc" at th Issue of the memorandum The Hnu: ccpHito declares thai the nienioraiidirii I an exitemely lmirtant -nil and may bo the turning point of tin- nr. I' adds " I ' - Au'ro-ll'ii'c ir an lov erntnei.t .Is I balldoi.eil the standpo lit ,nlli'. il i'i tie tax! note to til" I'lllliil State. iil" t'O-Slbliltv of .iillteil i--. j eels, tn . t Is to j-.iv, of all oliein.l '"'' I cliHtittncn, lielrg able to iroi,-,'t them - selves o cairiui: a h-m .Miii'nriii jia-' m ng.-rs Is now tinall teiiioveil" I Th" fiiui-MiiH in an artMo b.v i.'ipt I 1 rs us sav : ilei i efortli th" iath will be mote free for our stibinirlnes when ptocecd. Ing apiinst eia ni armed tnerrii.intiin -i. although by no mean all sm-.-y have been removed din h. tor 'ii-lanco, a hoisting fal"o Hags." The .nViibis : til r -as "T'io tiiiln is .ni Is that the subin.i rlno war must mid will b" revived, be iMHe It alotio 'hits llngland and wears away ln-r v tat in t v, " AUSTRIA WARNS FOES. IVt tt Orili-r in IiiU vhlp-a ffr IVIi. 'JU. Vti:.s. 1 Vli I- v i ljt'.lntt. riiii'il Feo II, Tho All.-tro-t ltlllg.lli.lll l'oielgn I llllio submitted to the representative of noil tr.il Hov, -runlet, t.i-cliv the following uie'i indnni ai ti. mho it-. the iloi-l 'on to tio.u ni, warship annul merchantmen of countries at war with that nation: "It is pot unknown to th" Uov.-rn-tnents of neutral Powers that the Hrltlsh Admiralty in the e-ourso of the je.ii- ISHlt caused a numbe- of large Uritl-H liners to be armed. Th" First Iird of tho Ad miral! declared in tho I Inline of Com moiia on March '.''. 1,9 1.1. that th" arma ment of tlio vessels "i iiuestion was only to proio tiie'u ffoui dangers tluoaton In4 them from hostile ships .unveiled Into auxlll. i cruiser- and to -,,-rve ox eluslvelv for defence "Hxperieiices g-Mit.il m tee present war show that a considerable minus"- of Hrltlsh merchant uen used the uns In stalled i.ii'iird ai.aitist h ist ie warships and not s,-lcl.v with tno inti it. on to escape legitimate exorcise of tlio prlo light but also t- attack and destroy eiieiliv warship "As is evident front the tnein .nindU'u nks Qlomuanij !3roadvvay at STKC1A1. P Men's Underwear and Hosiery Rt'Biilar stock, jx-rferl fitting worsti'ii I'nion Suits. Voiy ciirofully SI. 55 mwU Xow Wrifiht's $1 Ribbod Cdtton Shirts and Drawers. Hili jrade jjiarnit'iits l 80c Now Men'sNoveltySilkHalfHoscSc :i pair for $1.0(1 Sliuhi ! iniii rfti'l . oi liii'ui.sc t ln pnu- .vnulu lie ."IV. a p:nr. All colni' :iiul -r tin lni!ci id Rmmiiiil otitjerciarettzrr I IL which the Imperial Herman flovernment to-day oommutilrateil tj neutral statos, I list I net i un have l.ti'n found aboard ll.illsh steamers which plove that th Hiltlsh Hivcrnmnt itself it ,ted It ini-ri ha lit me i to Illegal at, mil this In eompl'to contradict, hi to usaur.inces which It iMinmunloaloil to the State lie pirttni'tit at Washlngtini It" illlos, pal tlcitlarly l-'rance mid Italy, followed the example of Hreat Hritaln during the. course of hostilities. "Without wishing to inln into an ox ami 1 1 it Inn of the surprising lalm ad vanced by tho Hrltlsh Hoverninctit ac (ordliig to which llneis armed b.v that (loveriiitieiii retain their Inoffensive iharacler, while merchantmen iirnnd by tho enemy aie regiinlable by the Hrltlsh tiiivul fori-s a .iiixlliarv cruisers, ll'e Autro-Ilungarlan Hoveinmeiit limits ItMlf to establishing tliat eveiy nnr ihantmaii provided, for mil puiios wliatever. with cannon loses through thi" fact alone the character of a non combatant ship. "Fnder these oni1it'.nns the orde' him been given to tlio Austro-lluugarlan naval fori es to triat Hkh snip- u- com batant" an oilier whlii, however, will Is- In tot co only from 1-Vhruurv 20, IfOH. This ib lay I i-ranled lu tho nlerestr of neutral poweis In order that the ma..' be placed In a position to warn thelf nationals of the danger to which they will expose themselves If they entrust their persona or prnport t i in mod mer chantmen of state at war with usttln Hungary and also to notlf those of their nationals who may already b iilnard shlivs of the above mentioned character "The Ministry of Foreign Affairs hnt th" honor to request the embasty (or legation) to bring the above telegraphic ally to the attsiitlon of its Hovernment." "ENGLAND ON A PILLORY." Ilerlln Paper "iiijs llrlliiln's War fare xIi-cIiimIn ri- I ntiinsked. Hnu is, via London, Feb 1 1 The (,'eriiKiini, In a long comment on th action of th" Herman Hovernment In deciding t " treat armed merchantmen a- war-hips r. for- to it as pl.n lug Hug laud on a pillory I" fore all the world Th" papi r represents that tin. miirse Ir Herman-'" Inescapable duty which must lead to a sharpening of naval .war fare, and that rcsponslbillt fot new ilevclopni'tats must rest nu ihigland alone. "Th" inannei In which llli-laii.l has bein unmasked b.v th, p'lhlicat inn of the Herman meinoioiidinii. il .- ilea, "Is iiinr, sir king Urn. hm'Iiu else hltlli" liiethi. niaile kin, v ii Thi llriilsh I- of W.llfllle have been i-pi,s,ed -.collating, a" iiem to i,iis t,i bur 1 .. s and to neutrals." K'";.i Hunt asset!" Tie nemo- 1 .1 .'11 i. opillS the w.i lo a settlolllOUt ul th" I.usltatiia .ase and a'sii a ho: Is ics a !io.s.-IInliiy of protis-tlns i.-Vih ships .. placing Atnei iciim on u.anl I- r ti to tin- 11 ing of fal-o co ir ami i ontnuie ; "Ano-iici at-il oi ,.-i iiitiiril permit this deivptivo u-o of their isil-irs. No mutter whether the amu m will not tnp It, they must bear the ri-spnnsildllt) "If we are to treat a'! citem tin icn inttneii wlili h are .irm. iu beilgeletlts wo I'.mtliil itop ts-i.i" a lietitiai Ha-.' I" used w iimgiulh . Tie wainltiw- vv,. gi ii- a ear ago, that even neutral .ships .nte.lng t'n, w ir one io so at their own n nl. still holds - id Tin- .lfiiiiieii ril says tin i,une of aiti'in liiiln ati d b.v tin- nn-meu iiidum ll unite inilil enough i leorge H.-rnli.iril writes m the t .'V- It" t'itUHO that the Itleliioi.illiliuu clear up the question win 'her neutrals have tin- right to take Jaunt a. r.'-s the sea without peril at Hennativ -et llerr lleriihiinl also s nf Hi - opin an that Heriii.n.j ai-llhg mil. II , it might treat n-ni"d tiirrcliaiiini. n -. pilule" and banc the ciiw trom M.e ard arm It llhgllt a ?o torpedo evi , Itrn s' uieii-haniniap. -no" all ni" a -mui, lint lia hum mot nstrn ted the sphen of opiration-i to ves.el ktiuwn p,.-ltiu-v ti b,- armed i ' mnf oi Hex ,-nt ,nw naval etps-t of tne 711'; s.i II ii Hi;, e;uesse thi- hope fiat ueij'r.iN till recognize t'05 .stit- "f uprig.iti.ess 111 v h'.'h tl.o o - . "' I'li'um 's is-'m 'I He give, vvi-iu-i. 1 it iiirrehant 1 e w 111 stale imi t ice il thel- artiamoi t and s-iv 1 -i.ige-s 'i.n-t ns'iro t'len selv 1 " t'i ii - e-sel- to.illv .1 -,- una rni.-.l bof.it 1 g. . . a .a . Count H' v ' Hon tli.V the tr,-a"'ig 1' nod i.. 1 - ti'" de ir 1 crn-iicu is inllrl In ha-!' e as lii-Ulgfr- I'i' 111 s jci.l nst. .I 34th Street FOR T)1.,