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tm. jFair and warmer to-day and probably IT SHINES FOrV ALL to-morrow; moderate winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 33: lowest, 5. Detailed weather, null and marine reports on PaRe 13. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 175. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1916. Copyright, I9i, by the Sun PHnttng ami Publishing Ao,t,uUi, PRICE TWO CENTS. FRENCH WRECK ZEPPELIN AND 4 AEROPLANES Six Air Fights in One. Day Fokkor Destroyed in Alsace. TIII.KK AVIATOHS FOUCKI) TO LAND .. 1 ihlf lir'iialeh In Tur. sin. ru's. IV!.. 21. TIih nasi twenty-four' T,l,! fl'M yesterday. turn 1. 1- been pcrtiaph the day of the "Yo have doubtless observed," lie liritoi 3 nil activity ct scon. A Zep. ! "ld. "th.it tho Interview which my sov ril,n .'.- uiouglit down In tlamca, a i crclgn permitted ma to accord to a cor I'o'k.r .iTopl me was shot down by u respondent of the Temp, lit Ljons. after 1 r ti.-n .uivplun.', and tliico other Her-I hi M.tJ.Nty had himself spoken hriclly " " " ' , " " : , . ................ -.. i ,. i :!. II. 'I to l.i ail aiirupii wiiiim i . i l-A llllei. JU.M a; tin tltihtin' w.ih doiiu letwwai -.ii.iiir.' i f considerable ilte. In one rJre m th. rcKHiti jf KevlRiiy, .fifteen ina.''i'' c. m ule up the ilennan miu.hI run. m another, near Vuneiilleflee-llat-U'M.'1 i'. . .-.m ii I remii Uituhiiiee and ,jt rm.iii aeroplanes wen- elinaRed. , I' kiit; fi.iture of the encasement.' till i-. thixo "iirounlern and In a ciuiWr of bombariluiK raliln made by I'Mu i "U.i.lrm iMry I'l.meh airo , I me r.wilud leluriied to It point of part 'ire. , l-'reTu'b Hrpianroti of iH.nilMi-illiiKj r(ipl.nie". iiiprNliiB Hlt -m iiiai-iiui t h Mrtw i-lti lv heavy bonlbs on the ..nn.m avlallon field at ll'ibhclm audi lh. cilt Malion at Muelh,'itien. in I i-ae A lieiin.ui inunltloiiH fuetor' at' .Kn-Mir-Moelle ae bombarded by t .. tin" proup of tuenty-elKllt niai'llines. l.mia on iito tVri'i'k '.epprlln. The ' npe'ln wh'ch was destroyed was iraill:iK southward from Ste. .Menv h'ni il Anil-. ill. ran cii'.i mounted on u'omob'les were -ent In pursuit from il' An Incendiary -hell from one t Tie?., nuns h'lilck the dlrUlble and t It arlre. It fell, blazing, III the out. , irt- ef llrabant-le.lCol. Tin- l'okker was brought down In a ft.ii w th a 1'reiiit! midline to the east of Mi) In h. In Al-io e. The Krench K'tvplanu clo.-d In and tired llfteen )Hit at the swift licnnan machine, lir'nslt i; It down. In th" Itevlittiv aerial battle, the tier-n-aii .(-I.-itl I i bad diopptd liombs on f r,s. ll.it-le-lui- mid lievieny before It n.is ailacke.1 by a Krendi Mi'tadiou. r.d 'i Hie tight which followed one of ' ie i ierinan machines was broiiKlit down ii'l its occupants made prisoners. liirinan aeroplanes droppc.1 bombs on I.unevllle, IXilllbaeie 'I! . causlm; Utile and Nancy last i lainaye. Mran-. de Krendi machines were Nimbnrd-' ie ,f Milan munitions deiols at i 'ha-1 The y m ide the n.ute of sappb fioni Sa tfau d- .Martincoiirt and A.otidatiKe, tnone:t pi aclli nll linp.i-il.le for u. I" tl foirh of Pleuie. i lerruptln-J and .eiaiiit: ier sbipii'.ut The lierinan otlicial statement lsued liUli I'.muI.iimI. Kimice and l!u-ia tried to-d.iv .iniioun.-es Hie bombarduieut by , in ki thrcmali i us !. thN mule Thl- ;erma i ioat Ines also of Kurnes. I'o- ' hostile altHude .smtUUH il ii(. lo t' ver I'rlMgl ' in 111 v and Amiens, and s.i.vh that . , sfnl e.nlls wer nb. Ts, ofll lal communique Issued by the T'e li War office to-night describes r at activities In lh following ti 1 - T1 . dav was marked by numerous ,. 1 h.it-. Above Tiigzdnrff, .,1 vukiu'Ii one of our aeroplane-, ft tug a l'okker at close rnngc, le.ii. i op, it a Hie of lirt.eli carl ri'lg, - The enemy's machine, turned e , - 1 ubl w Im:. tin 11 fell i' 1. clou of Kpluiil an Alba- lp en - I.-oiikIiI down by the, lire of IV. 1 11. region of llures, norlb of tl f,i-i .,f I'.trrov. a ileniiau ma- tl .nn kid by two of ours, wan o a' 11 Ide our lines. Tin: pilot 1 I 1 I . . 1 trer Were killed. -o'iiiIioii of seven Fri iu h ma eh - .-iv. co'iibat In four lieiuiiiii "l i in tin nifloii of Vlgneiillui. I. li " .ii.'hai, I inorthiast of St. M ' Two of tint 1 iei ill. in mac hines nulled 10 land and two others U' Ibglit l.erioliii I'liillf tllll'l.ed, 1 rool tn... bombarded Ti ! I'n and Itevigny, Near hum tlie eneiu.v squadron, ,,f uf'.eii rii.ii liliii. was ni-"i- 1 our pursuing squad- I 1 "I vv li fo i eil to give combat, trse of wblcli a Herman aero w ,s -hot down mar Ulvry, In rt- .iiiie The two avlatois were je . oner- A sei-ond enemy acro 1 usiit l. deM.(lided abiuptly In ' !. 'mis. , of our lioinhai'dlug squadrons, I of -Ixtieii machines, tlirow -,x bombs of lare calibre on the 11. Id of Hahshelm and on the ' tit ion at Muelhausen. An uionp of Iwetity-ulght machines t ' unieious projectllea on tho en u. itlnns f.n tory at Tagny-sur- Follow lug these tllfferent op- - ill our nt'lopluncs leturneil to r t ,ii j polnlK. X. .pi "c iravellliig from Kte. 'ml toward the south was shot fr et tl 1 iu Mi' !, ' 1 m cIIoii of automobile anil 1 '! "mms f 1 tint llevlgny. Struck .111 einiiary shell It fill In tlameK or -k.tt- of llr.ilunt-li-ltol. ' I 1 ie li afleinoou coiuniiiiilqiiu ' M of considerable! activity in tho It wis as follows : 1 i.idron of live French aero. l oi, iianlid the munitions: depots r . 'my at Chateau do Martin. d at Aroudangn (southwest it mast of iJli'iizo). Herman us dropped soinn projectiles , on Liuieville, Dombasln and They caiiHed only a umall "I tlamage. nninsu in air raw. - Uiieliliti-s VI til.e AltttcL nn tier, mutt Depoln h( Hon, il r,ii,lr Hnp.tfrh to Tan 9t I". b '.'I. The Hrltlsh oftlcial 11 v tells of an aerial atiack x llntmh niai'hlnes on the 1 nn at Hon. The machines f. I) idipiiHetH report, as Issued by pii'fK buieaii, mH : ',! 1 was mad" on the depots In t .vt nl -jl.x aeroplanes yes l.xtet,."ivc damage is belleetd ,i en done to tlie stores and w iv All Iln.' machines re- -.lf.lv . tier; bombarded Hie linitlle .I'-nit Hulliidi and north of Comities Canal, 1 xplosloii resulletl from our 'Witzcr lire directed n,iliml Premier of Montenegro Assails Serbia andltaH Betrayed by Former, He Says Openly Suspicious of Latter's Good Intentions Blames England and France for Costly Ignorance of Balkan Affairs. CALLS "DEFENCE OF SMALL NATIONS" BOSH tpreiat Corrrtpmvtrwt to Till; StN. I'Aiim, l-Vb. f..Thr Montenegrin Ptlmo Minister, M. Muclikos lloli. who hn mnio up to I'urln from Lyons to arrange with thr French itovcrnment for tho relief of Montenegrin refugees trunpnrttsl to France, received the cot respondent of jvui H..U1-1, . . ...... ....... , lnr vi.nilllUK oi in. (i newspaper " me censor. The Impression appeals to have Kniie.ibro.nl that the censor found what i I bail to iay ilisagiceablc to our ally llal. I van will understand that he snnui.i nave. lotiini ni) utterances ins-' agreeable to eeral of the Allien equally calhcr than lo Italy ecpeelally. "I notice, liiueer. In the coliimrm of tla Trench pre, piMed upon by the ame censor, aitlelen which are morn ' disagreeable to MontencKro than anv I tlilntr which 1 xald could bae been to any of the Allies, notably certain artlcbi In the, .loMrnnf ie Oedf., In whlcb tho ..1.. t- liifr.PitiA.l II... t flia U'lfi .r MmrllP1jr , .,,, of ,,, ,,.,,,. sauce, and In wblcli It Is rather broadly hinted that the King ban trajed his allies. . , ,,,, i Aeeiirn erhln ntitl ltnl. statini; "I se. no injusticn in my our for e.is' atrainst certain of our allies. they do not appear to hesitate to state what they suppose to be a crave case attain"! us If e hav betrayed any Isjily m do not appear to have profited handsomely by It. for here we are, far away from our own country, extieii into i the lio.pltalltv of a forelcn land, "tlthj only our hand basRace s.ied out of all that we bail. We mountain peopbs too j loe OUT lioilie i.tiiu more i.i"iimi;uu.. lb. in calm plains folk .lo. U h hav.j we suffered thus If we weie so well Itidilivd to drive bhiod bargains with the enemy 7 "imr rontpl.ilnt must fall tlrst upon the Serbians and Italians The Serbian, haw intrlcu.'d ntraint II' even where since we were ciuheil In the enem, and it Is cert iln that the poisoned -oiii. e of at! the stol li s oui discredit wh'di arc ruiuilnu eer where l Serbian Throughout the rourse of mllltarj oper ntloiib which preceded our tlnal defeat the Serbians did eeiihlm: In their loner to prevent us from belnir supplied with muultliuts of war and food suppllis. end of the ill-.i.-ter a large iiiamny ut Hour winch lad t.-. II sent to ll n mis- sla. along with a larger quaintly tor Set Ida, was held up too long, so that the llulgars -'"I all of it, "Hvcr since the le-glnniiis of the war I have been Montt negrln .Minister In Serbia, having returned to be Tiline Minister mils when the llual erl-ls came. 'and I have h.ol ample opportuult to Isindv the attitude or the Sirblaii loward Us, I can account for H only b, i very general term-; they mistrust our 'desire to remain. Independent irrespec tive of pan-Serbun aspirations, they fear , that tin- Utile Illicit Un of Independence which we would maintain In the new I Serbian State would be contrary lo their interests, they dislike the glorious fads 1 nf our history Isvaiise they are a little I more brilliant than thus,, of which tlicy can iHiast, iind they know that we ale morallv opposed to the tope of the reslme' which prevailed in Serbia Im ' mediate! In fore the war. 1 KnevT of A rclidtlUf's Mayers. I "They know that we know that It Is 'true tliat their fioveinment was mil I atqualnled wllh the activities of the ur I garilzed element 'which arranged the 11s 1 sasslnatlon of the An-Mari heir. They know that we consider th ,t they acted 1 rashly In precipitating th" crls's ,tt the 1 .nrt.n..t,t ..'I. I,. I. ll.ee ,,l,r.-e lli.,f Utiiiw . I rlt till ..trm,' II, .1 Ito.ll.t u-.iu I . f,, It i.iwl tin.' the result whs uncertain. We could have remained neu tral: il was our feeling for our race which determined our coiidud, we threw In our destinies with lliem, we fought well. we. held large forces of Auetri.uis along our front. Our losses were heavy, "Out of tho fiO.dno men upon the Held certainly not more than an.noo could have been taken out of tho coun try if the Italians bad been on hand with ships. Now all Is lo.-t. Terh.tps a few, a very few, thousands remain 111 a position from which they may es cape. And In return for our sacrifices w ate treated 11s traltorH by KuroiH)! "The Italian failure Is harder to ac count for. 1 cannot think that they failed to send us help, In men and sup plies, because they could not do so, a.s a matter of material icsoiircep. We havo reason to liellevo that not more than from 1:00,1)00 to S.'iO.imHi Austrian and llavarlans are facing them in their trenches. Wo know that they have mobilized alsut t.ioo.finii men. They havo at their disposal In the Adrlttic larue, naval resources supplied bv Hug- land and France. ineir own navy is . ,.neniles. 1 observe that Kuropeans seem riipiioscil to Isv stronger than Austria's. think that It Is prn-tiermiin to b-peak "Their attitude has been similar tuniti. thU It Is out of Ignorance of the Serlfla's. If they have not assisted uh i npeclnl character of llalkan existence It has been because they did not want, that they diaw such a false conclusion, tn do so. The ICngllsh and French iia-jit Is not pro-Herman to be Intcrostcd In val forces In tho Adriatic could do until-1 self-piiservatlon." the gun positions In the ltedlngsliem area, Hnemy alrciafl In the last frw nights havo made several night at tacks on various tuwus In our area with no military result. A few ilvllUns worn killed. FLIERS ATTACKED SHIPS. Hermann llomlinrileil Tvtt Vcs.cU In Itulil mi Knidnnil, Hoi UN, via London, Feb. SI. The following oftlcial Hccoimt of tlm Her man aeroplano raid on tho east and boutheiiht roast of ICiighilid on Sunday, In which three persons weie killed, wim Issued In-day! "Herman naval aeroplane on Febru ary -n at noon atliiikeil the llililsh coast. HonibH were, lull led successful!) on factories iu the rear of the railroad arid on tho docks .'ind gasometer li Lowestoft, Th " main station and dnclut In lenwtiHloft wern hit several times. The gasometer broke down under the ihg because, the Allien bad entrusted the command or n.ivul nis-ratlons In thi sea to the Italian. The measures which we:., undertaken In order to assist us to defend Mount Unven were, absurd, the suns whleh were cent were of too small calibre; everything wa misman aged and delayed. The tlrst ship cent to our rescue worn supposed to liavo been torpedoed, the othera did not ven ture out. Italy watched us collapse, as Serbia did. I cannot understand It nor ein I understand tho blindness of lh.) other allien to It. For now Italy has opposite her a hostile coast, whle.h win simmy tiouiuiosa bo entirely oc- eupieti ny her enemy, "It Is nr.-il.il. .. II. . I IHlo I. Aim. trustful f Serbia, ami that 'Serbia Is as ,lit rutful ..f Italv, as either of them wan distrustful of us. We eannot lay this blame at the .loor nf Knglaml. Fr.i.u tul Itnsshi. Th.. .!..! wnhii we hai to make against tli'nil ls wiai iney uiii not know how to be ciire results n the It. ilk. ins. I consider that it would hae been very easy for them to have secured the assistance of Unit-aria, Itumaula and Greece If they h id not been so Ignorant of llatkan polltbs and llalkan conditions. They liesitaled. blunilered and did th wronf thlni; ,very time. Their Isnorancn has iist lh in the came for the time helnc. 1 1 -1 b. I!ee that the lost parts of the I llalkaus may be retained If the lllea i ai.i suci esfui on the chief northern j fronts, for with siitllclent pressuri upon I their litipoitiint fronts thn tlermaps would thin out the'r llalkan resistance to ;t point where It would be pooslhla for us to Invade and reconquer n'lr lot terrilor . Of course Silonlra tnny W attacked by the Oermans-and Hulcar". If she holds out she oiiKht to provide a cood Martins point for a later of fensl e. t pproiichc.i tnstrla to tin In Time. 'There Is tnui-li dlscii-slon still rliout of our supposed arrange- h, til. liter nient with Au.trl.i for a separate peace, i l.vcrj thing that 1 have eMi about It In the pres. is false The truth of the matter Is that we made the overtures to ustrla In order to gam time She I made nm.e to us. It did gilu time for I in and li. vlriti" of 't we were irui. to withdraw almost ".'ifi.aon rrvops ti iuth- ward for embarkation If the ships had been there thev would have gor away. nv netrollttliins which may have been uiulertakui lietvvcen the Austrian (!ov ertinietit and Montenegrin (lenerals since the departure of th King are flmple matters of military surrender and have ru- pol'thal slKtiltlcance or authority. "It N probable 1 hat mov 0i our troops :.re out of lo-llim or .'ap'ured W.- thlul. that lb" Trlnee Mlrko ami our 1 ieneralUsinio ate prisoners. Tliewho of our coimtry is prob.ibh o.cup.ed by lb., enemy by this tlm. "TI.ele aere no .itrocititt. cotnmltteil b.v Ihe en. 11c. , so far ns we know, during the nilvan. e m , occupation, the enemy's r.icths being 10 aipe.tr in a favorable light ImIoic the Itibabltants. We have reason lo believe, however, lh.it since the entire tvciipatlon has been ttccom till.'ied tb.. enemy his shown himself llloi e si vele. 'Tin- King has stood the plisca and noral strain of the defeat, and flight very well, but be I- .in old man and the eiuferlng to which he has lieen nub Jected has told on tilni to 11 tertaln de gree. The heir Is 111 In France, where he w is when defeat overlook nf. "Ae are confident iu Hie tlti.il victory of the .Miles They will perhaps never defeat lierm.iny militarily Iu a decisive wa bec,tue the Hermans may be strong enough lo prevent Imisirtant Invasion of Itielr country Hut the Allies should In the long run be able to outnumber and out tii.it, 1 ''it liennany and her allien to lich a degne that they will Is- able to d . t t'e .1 lavorabl" peace If they tin not lOlltilllie lo the end thej will have an, ther vv.tr to tVght very boon. We hope confidently to return to our country and to retain our lndeiendence 11s .1 re. suit of the general victory of the Allle. llefeniHnu small atlnn llumbnar' "Tbf belief in the morality of nations til Hie talk about the tlefence of .iilonallties against domineering and lbtll.il! emplle.s. the sacred principle of nation- alit.v, .vi". is verj' remarkable. For twenty-live ear- I have been In public life In an exceedingly small nation; I have gone on missions to all of the great Powers to-day it war: 1 have repe. rented the InterestH of my country In all soils of situations. It l my experience that this talk is all humbug, It is good to tell to Innocents. We men of small nations know that wo shall be treated after this war Jii"t as we have always been treated, that we shall exist or not exle' according to the political con veniences ami after the political Interests of tlie great Powers which decide our fate, We know lh.it our fate shall be determined according to the fume prin ciple", whether one group of Powers or the other be the victor. We have our friends and our enemies, those In favor of our existence and those against our existence. As 1 have made clear to you, the dividing line Is not drawn strictly iicenrding to belligerent groupings, We Hhall he victims If we are sacrificed by our allies In Just the same degree that 1 wo shall If we ale sacrificed bv our effect of the bombs, Jn addition two tank steamships were, bombed, "In spite of the enemy's fir- and pursull by iieroplanes nil Hie Herman itei'oplatii h returned safely." Another ofllrlal Htatemenl lesueri to. day says that Herman naval neropUnes dropped a large number of bombs on Hit! aerodrome and camp nt Furnesi, Iu West Flanders. 011 Sundii, The Herman aircraft returned safely. Mr II 11 Id Killed One. !lttdnl Cahlr ftt. patch io Tun Si s, le-iNiHiN'. Feb, 21,- -The War Office Is. sued a statement to-day announcing that the casualties resulting from the Her man aeroplane raid on Walmer, Kent, csterd,'iy were one Iny killed and an other Injiinsl, Instead of three killed and mi" Injured as previously announced. AI'fil'KTA SI'K.ri,le-lt041 P.M. II IAII.V. WAY', liriiwln nd twi-rnoin lf.-pi Cniniimtmiiil ear dtilr to Auiusi. itiii'ii it, i Aiirut-ia. vi rvtiu -iir.nn KAIIe UIII eri car serrlei.'. M. Y. atSue. JM Fiflh A.-iit. FIGHTS TO TAX GIFTS Triivls Flics .iioul Against , Transfer Hppnrt mi l.egimy , of Mrs. Rockefeller. . CALLS IT TltrST COMPANY Comptroller Contends Founda tion Ts Not :i Clmrity Vn der Exemption Act. Lafayette B. Oleasnn, counsel to Stale Ootuptroller Travis, tiled yesterday a the Hurroirate's. ofllce nn appeal from the transfer tax report on the estate of Mrs. Laura Ppellman Hoekefeller. wife of John t. Rockefeller, (midline untavable tho residuary estate of MST.nM which went to the Itockefeller Foundation ! ollt m-morrow." throuKh the exercise of the authority , ti, .utltude of I 'can V. tlilder Itlven by Mrs. Hoekefeller to her execu- tupeve of llanur.l has so frluhlened tors and Irustees, j some of the editors that two. Miss Kllxa- The Comptroller believes thai there i,,M tl n,, -1 1.. and Miss porothy will be nothlnic to prevent John P, Metzurr. 'I, have tendered their reeljt- Hockefeller from maklni: gifts to Indl- I Mduals throuKh the foundation If the present ruling Is upheld. There Is no doubt that the question will be carried to the Court of Appeals. The t'omptrolter's appeal Is based on the contention that the Itockefeller Foundation Is not a "eharltable corpora tion" wllhln the transfer tax exemption statute, but Is a "benevolent, educational and Investigating corporation." Another ground is thai lb" residuary csime ,.tri 1 11 . K 1 1. 1 1.' i i.-i.iti 1 makes io toe executors aim iinsi.es inn...., i to th foundation, and that they should j b held ie-ponslble for a tax because the tettatrlx gave them entire discretion as to the distribution of the res'due. It is also alleged mat win n the execu tors gave the residue to the foundation they did not comply with the provision of the will, and for this leason the residue Is. taxable. Schuler I'artton of counsel for tile Slat" Comptroller, who drew up the appeal papers, includes excerpt- from the report of the Itockefeller Founda tion for the period from May Tl, T.illt. when Jl was organized, to I'eiember 51 last. The report shows that during this period the Income was II, 147, lit,', while the amount expended was only I3IA.14K. bavlnt: a balance or 11,101,10. unspent and added to the principal, which was 9i5,iiOO.OiiO at the end of Ust year. ( nil It Trt Company j The point regarded bv Mr. Carl-1 ton as the most vital feature of his appeal relates to the disclosure In the founda tion report that it huldx 14V"1" par value of l.tnds left by Mrs. Hockt-1 feller In tru-t during her lifetime and ' which was not Included tn her estate at. her death. Mr. Carlton argues that In holding ; the.. bunds under trust agreements from ' 1 Mrs. Itockefeller the Itockefi Her Founda- ' Hon is fulfilling all ' trut coinpaiiv. Il I trust agle.lllenls are llligll .Hid void 1 and tn.it the JI'.OcO In bonds siunild be 1 taxed a- tun of Mr. Itockefeller s is- tale. He finds nothing of cliarlt ibli nature. In the duties of the foundation muter these trust agr lit nts. I'nder the heading of "Hlfls from Mrs John 1'. Itockcff lltr" lh nport states . "The foundation leve.vrd gifts In eurltles amounting Iu part 10 f I k, oho 1 from Mrs. John I'. Hoekefeller" Th" report says that the gift w ts announced In a biter fiom Stair .1. Murphy, personal counsel to John I'. Itockefeller, written from IS Hroadway on June 7, l!H.1. to the foundation. The letter, which Is ueil lo the Comp troller as basis for Ids contention tin, I the foundation Is acinalK fulfilling the powers of a trust cotnpaiij, s.i)s: "At the request of Mr-. Laura S, Itockefeller I herewith hand you Im Colotndo Industrial Company tie ci lit gold bonus to be paid as It Ministers Home no long as Iu foundation It Is I lie I '.Ml, the Income accrue,, to the iiaptist .soeic'y or .New vorK the Judgment of thi w is,, to do so Should I the foundation at any time during .Mrs. Rockefeller's lifetime discontinue p ly ing th" Income to that society it is 10 pay the same 10 sucn wmr oojici within the corporate pilipo-is i tlie foundation as she shall designate. "If within three months after the foundation lias advised her In vvr'tlng of Its purisise to discontinue the fm ther payment of Income lo th" hrucild.iry last ilejlgnuted by her, she should not have appointed another bctietlclary, or If after her death the foundation shall determine that It is not wise to con tinue to apply Ihe Income to the Itap tlst Minister Home Society of New York, or such other object as she has designated, the foundation may then do termine to what object the Income of the fund shall thereafter be applied, and tuny aim In It discretion dispose of thu prliielp.il." Power Given tn Foundation. Mr. Murphy's letter concludes with the statement that the foundation Is to have power to sell the IkuhIs :uid re invest the proceed and change ihe In vestment from lime to time as It deems wise, "lull the bonds Mid their proceeds shall be kept upon Its books as a Sep. J urate fund." Mr. Carlton points out that ten of the . bond transferred In th" Hoekefeller j Foundation were previously hi Id by the I Kquitahle Trust Company under the same powers under which the.v were transferred to the lUs-kefcibi' Founda tion. Tlie fight to obtain a Tederal charter for the Incorporation of Ihe Hoekefeller Foundation was begun nearly six years ago by Senator Hailing) r, who Intio. duced the bill In the Senate on March 3. 1910. The light In the House of Itepre sentatlves was. led by Mr. Triers of Massachusetts, who Introduced the tlrst Mil In 1!'12 for the foundation' Incur- poratlon In th" District of Columbia. He wiih vigorously opposed by Hepresela lives Fowler of Illinois and Shackleford I of Missouri. On February 1, HHi, at modllled bill wab Inlroduied by Mr.1 Peters, which was defeated on April It!, I 1912. On the third trial, however, on j January 111, 1913, the Tders bill passed the House 152 to 65, after many modi Mentions, and went to the Senate, which M.::'. ,i,- 1.. 1... D, itockefeller, Jr., president of the : ' . . .-'.. ...... .......... ., ... . llociieieuer r ouiitiaiioo. iiemie ine rco. ernl Industrial Itelatlnns Commission on January ., ftindh worn 1915, the foundation' total! 1103,950,81", eif which 12.- 921.5)17 wa uiiexH'ndeil Income. Ac cording to Mr. Itockefeller' testimony Ihe total amount of gifts, I minding the personal dlbhursemenl of Mr Itoeltefel Itr, Hr was B,:i9,60S,t. Th" gf and pledges of the foundation trom Deceip. her 6, 1913. to Kebruury , 1J5, amountetl to ll,T8,i. BARNARD GIRLS QUIT whw kauu)al rArisK Other Kill tors of Columbia riuillriijrp." Out To-day. Wait Fiivulty Decision. HAS MOTHKHIIOOI) l'LEA Member of Faculty Calls Mag azine Amateurishly Shock hi''" in Place. CnWloipe. the new Intercolleulate ! in.iBar.lne. whleh i- edited In the main by etil. lento of the School of Journalism, 'iliimbl.i rnlverslC. will b out at noon ' to-day, and n one of the editors said yesterday: ".ludirliic by the excitement 'around the e.inipu. the editors will tic oatlotis to the leunl. Miss Kleanor Tar- ker and Mis llsther K Norton said that the.v will not lesign even If the magazine does not meet with the ap proval of the facultS. The tfthcr mem bers of the iKiard said that they will "stick by their guns for academic free, ilom for students." One article In the advance copy an liein.ttes the nrolMble npixvltlon and plea Im IP- speeen amoiic coi-, lege student. However, the Issue is not so radical as was exacted. lbeft f Ihe Mmxailnc. In their prospectus the editors sav : Clmll'mir is a magazine organized to stimulate the f discussion of opinion among Aineii'-an students, p. the e-id that rath American college and unlerst may become a eon--clous. informed arid Intellectual democracy The editors welcome loutrlbiitlons from college men and college women. Aii.v article of lllerar merit which expresses .1 definite and pertinent Idea w.Ii Is- carefully riad and printed, provided consideration of space per mit. 1 hull' 'I'll- offil-s the htudenta of America all oppwrtunlt t redeem tbems'lve. in the c.s of the public and lo ileiiion-trate that they are In deed a thinking pait of th" community in which tlit live that the.v an- riot leading the cloistered life of protcitcd Innocence, and that they are striving with all the sympathy of out)i to bring scholarship Into an organic rela tion with the social life of their fellow men. "It l certain that Dean Glldcndecve's Mint of view and ours as to what con stitutes fie, ilom of speech and freedom tin 'iiociione of a of press do H"t coincide, sa'd one edi aUeg.d that thtsejmr. "We ,-r willing lo give h,-r the opportllllliv to vvrne an anion on tree specc 1 Hid ac will pilnt It provided, of toiirse. that it comes up to our literary stand. ml " I Winn copies of the magazine get into , the hands of President Rutler and Pe.m ! C.lliletsleeve the ar'lde that Is txpected to cause a storm of crltlcl-m Is "The .Menace of Plattsbiirg." written by Silas IT Seadlei, a junior In the School of Journalism, who snt Mve wteks in the mlllftr.v camp last summer. It was feared that Ihe tiov eminent would pre vent the magazine from going through j tlie malls because or lit contents. I MtneUs I'lnttshnric rump. The parts from which trouble was expected told of the soldiers' life outside 01 'lie inilliai. eno 01 II, lite ..-oii.-..,.'ii , J appealing to be of exceptional cases' rather than of general ones, , 1 nn the page opposite Seadler's article . one t.v Charlis Kd ward itus-ell. one time intlldale of the Socialist pirty for 1 ,-,,Vrr,or of New York. Itussfll defends bis advo. 10 .v of preparedness. tieorge II Sokol-k. Sculler's class. Iiinle. Ill Ills appeal for academic free dom showed that he did not agree with Nit hula Murray lliitler. president of tlm1 university, In his attitude toward the students. Sokolsk said that academlo 1 freedom for protes.ors had been attained 1 and that It was now up to tlie student to get It. He wrote III part. Tlie president of Columbia Univer sity leventls spole of "students com nilttnl to our I'.uc" ami referred lo the null. uors among tbcin who would beguile the Innocent .v until from tho ways of his fathers to a recognition of the Import of socialism, suffrage itud prohibition, as undesirable factors In college life. Now President 1 ill t lor. who lias proved himself to be one of the foremost exponents of academic freedom for member 'f Hi" faculty, tloes not tin himself Justice when ho speaks of his students III this loose fashion. A university Is not an Insane ny. him or a prison to which ono Is com milled. The choice of a university Is In almost all Instances voluntary; students viiiin' to Columbia or liar vard or Vale 'or any university be cause attractive coiiisc are given, be cause the faeulH has a message, or because I lie proiessionai schools are 10 their liking The rah-rah boy, for example, wilt not go lo Columbia be cause Ihe atmosphere there Is not con dudie to plaMiiliicss, The .socialist, 011 111" other hand, will probably not go 10 the Cnlvefslty of Pennsylvania because of Iba Insidious Intcrfeience of the trustits. Parents do not any longer Insist upon their children following family tradition In the choice of a college; universities advertise their wares and students, reviewing the situation In the numerous educational Institutions, of America, decide upon that one which most suits Ihulr temperament and purpose. M. Lincoln Schu-ter, "17 J, wrote in President Hut lor Iu order to clear up any misunderstanding as to tlm atti tude of Chtillt iife. n Worry h Hit Tncul, Seciclnry Frank D. Fackcnthal said that the faculty was not silling up nights worrying about tho magazine. II,. i,,.. i lleved Mint th" editor went good si,,. : dents and would not do nnyihlnir to .1.11. .nt.. Cohllnh a 11 tint s ..r .1... ..... .,..- uini ""f'11 Ie .leninl inai President llutler hail mad" nny attempt to suppress the magazine, saying tliai all decision would be reset veil lllilll il copy was oldHiuable, S. bllslcl', III 111 letter In Presldenl Hut 1, r said . "Thi iisscl tloti that ChtiUtHfir I a socialist liiag.ullie s false Cullciiie Is mil the nrgiiii of any party, sect, CWImril or. Ftth Prgt. US.PeaceArmyofl47,000MlM HOLDS 25,000 in War, House Plani Hay's Committee Bill, Ready in Ten Days, to Provide for Federalizing National Guard and a 1,200,000 Trained Reserve in Ten Years. COST FIRST YEAR IS Wamii.s'iitu.v, Feb.. 21. Work on the tlrst draft of tho army features of Tresl- , dent Wilson's national defence pro gramme was completed In-day by the House Committee on Military Affairs. Coiimlwiit- win, ii. nni,i ..!..-,, il...... f' Administration o.iiciais. .he committee got down lo business, and assurances I have been given that the measure w III ' be reMirted for action bv the House I , , ,, , .... ., 1 early In March, l or the llrst lime the , Tri-slilent and bin advisers arc able to i seo d.i light ahead on the piTpatedness bills mid nrc hopeful timt the Naval Committee of tin- llou-e will soon follow the lead of the Military Committee The urmy bill, as tilltutlv.lv agreuli to, is ba-cil U the mllltla sstein. so far is Its reserve features ale con- eernetl, which has been condemned by i i... army experts. The ijarrlson continental army Plan is thrown overboard In re- i g.tru to the regular anny. Hie incleas-s 1 atiiiroxlmatc thofv rcooniinendcd b Mr, I t!arrloii, I The bill Mi Its present form Increases i,.. ,...t..t.i....i ,......i. ... .i. .......i..ii .... nuxii'M.ni r.irilh.ll 'O III': IVh t.en.v fe...., IfiiVriao ,.. nrt.t ....... ....I the nutnber of ottlcers from ..-,ni to ' 7,0rt0. The new l.tw relating to tin reg-per- ilia r army Is to be so framed ux to mil the expansion of this fore to "on nun In time of war. I I'or n Trained Itrirrtr, The bill nronoses the ere:, t inn of ) reserve to be made up of honorably dl-1 charged men of ihe regul tr army and! .""J provision ror .mo olllcers for those who retire from the mllltl 1 after 1 and colleges that afford military three years servl.e. ottlcers from the j training 'Is nn Important change. Here reserve are to be iivrulted from lhel,"ori .udy one ofllcer has lit en detailed mllltla and by the formation of what arei'" :l" Institution, n.r example, the L'nl known as cadet companies these com. vers'ty of Illinois with a student Isvdy of panics to be tsiinposeil of men specially trained In military science. Tlie capacity of the West Point Mill lary Xcademy Is to ! doubled, the sum of fiSn.non to be made .mniedlatelv available to provide the additional ac fominodatlens that will be required ine enlarged corps of cadets. ,-,,a 1 1 . ,l",mlrnl" ,rl" '"- ' '; former Se,-,.t..r of War I giving thi: pr,den, a, , hod, ' p. draft I t the stato organlzaiion- In tl i.e of war 1 and empowering the Secretary nf War, to veto selections of ottlcers made by the troverriors of tlie re-pectlve States. The bill will authorize the establish-1 merit nf an ammunition plant to lie con ducted by the (Jnv eminent In ennjiine-l Hon with private enterpilse, this plant to be capable of turning out Immense) quantities of powder and ammunition in, time of war The bl.l provides that moie than 7"" ' olllc rs of the regular ,ii-i y sh ill be detailed lo various schools .mil , ollege., one otllcer for eve. v unit of I"" pupils at the various Ins' tiitluhe iceincd. Federnllinllon of (iiiHrtl. Perhaps the mint Important feature of fie bill l that dealing wltli the National Hnard, Inasmuch as this lie1" latlon I substituted for the Harrison continental army plan. Klghlten members of the Military Committee were present to-dav win n the trmy measure was tentative, c id"ptnl ,-t 11 single -i ember called for a vole on ihe continental annv. The commit tee proct oiled to draft the provi'lons relating to the mllltla without men tioning the Harrison plan It l 011 tclnled by llepresentatlve II. t.v and oilier members of t", comi Ittee that fed eralizing the mllltla will prove iftcitlve In every wav. It provides that ntllcers and men who enter th" mllltla shall serve for six ear periods, three of which shall be with the colors and thru in the rc. serve The equipment, tr lining and disciplining of the mlllila will be pro scribed b.v emigres- iinib r uelfo-m rubs. It I provided that In c.ts, of war tbe President may draft these troops without requisition "tl the various Hove mors. The Secretary of War may pi escribe such qualifications for militia officers as h" nmy see tit. Training of the militia will l regulated by the Secretai.v of War In time of peace, In the matter of equipment and training the same gen. oral rules will obtain throughout the mllltla service. It Is contended b some (iovernnr that they have the power to inater out mill tin organlzHlons. An ivin- piohlbltlon ngnlnst such muster out will be carried by the bill. As the bill provide that tlie President may use the mllltla as he see- Ht tn time of war and elves a large measure of Federal control In peace times, it Is contended by Chairman Hay that the State organizations will b- federalized to an extent that will make the mllltla ontlicly responsible In case of trouble. Ciiiistlf iitlnnnt, s,t Hi perls. "Aide lnwera have examined thee provision and bold thai they are not In 1 violation of the Constitution, although 1 the Federal Hovernmint Is given all the control that I so urgently nieded over j thee farces In lime of war," said Chair- I man Hay. Tlie lull bring UP the Mithonctl ' strength of the mobile nrmy in 1:1:.. mm 'men by adding ten regiments of infin ity, four regiments of Held artillery. ' llfty-two companies of coast ailllleiy ami ilfleeu companies of engineers. In iidilltl'ir four aeii.il squadron are an tliorizod. . Ily adding the complementary fun " to th" Quartermasters' I iep.il tinerit ami 'tlie Hospital Corps, the size of the leg. tilar army tn really Increased in 117.. dOO men. This Is the anny on a pe 1 footing. II Is a skeleton form of or ' gaiilzatlon that may be expanded In lime of war In 275,000 men by tilling lip these regiment t" their full authorized quota, I II .s the opinion of Mi' liny that If th" ' 1,111 ts enacted Into law in ten )ears fmni the date of its enforcement th,. Tnited State will have a trained reserve of I nearly 1.011.000 men, dependent of coutse 'on the nuiuher of enlistments, At present the term of enlistment In th.. I regular army la seven veils - four yens , with the color and three years with the reserve, It is pointed um in it th" rc serve miner ine pieein i.iw n a, neq - -. v....d...i...., -" , I last and that annv otlleeis eiiinaie inai it wilt ap proximate 1 t'.tui fi men on N'oveinbt r I of this year. II tins b. en sllgg term of enlisted Hi' to three yini", thu ,-tisl It'll Itte e,v i siiotiid be ifiliiied 'i.isieiiing Hi" work "MITW VOKK 11.1)11111 !: Il" Klne.l train in linrltli ltenrl At'inilc C.wsl Line. :il I'.M, ilall Kb (trio Ilshied, rUnbiE Cr rv- Ofllcr, ft a A tJth St -Adv. PUT AT $155,000,000 " "1' oi a reserve. n ie esu- . mated that wlttiili two years from the date of the operation of the law T.'i.UOH ..r t... I...-.- .... . .. . .. i men a jear will be tratisVired from tho colors to the reserve, thus giving a re set ve force of 7."u,0U0 men In ten years front the regular army ilonc. To this :';;;;1;;;;v0't H'zzxxr ' fn.br the bill the mllltla may be In-1 creased to about IS.'.Oi'k) men. The J!'11"!" '' ",''"1 "" ' M' ,' 1 sti-l men and petty oftlcers will be paid 01,P.follrlll r u'1() Pon,,nMol, Ki,Pn to the corresindlng griulm In tlie ri-gular army hi this basis privates will receive 4x a ve.tr. Mllltla Captains will be paid J.'.oo ,i year. First Lieutenants 3iKi and Se. mid Lieutenants tlT.t. I .Means ate pinvlded for tl dncalloii of otlleeis io silpplv the uig. lit needs III. tl.ln lej.trd that would In. felt In lime of i... .... ... . .. - ' war. in tlie 111X1 place, tile output oi , olli.ers at West Tolnt Is to be doubled. military education In schools and colleges u ... i. ...n........A.t .... .1.. ....i I ,.. ... riivniH i.r.1 inih.i .nil' ..iiv. In addl-lon there, arn to be thirty "cadet companies," compo.ed exclusively of men from the mllltla and men trained In mill- 1,.,.. - , ,ir I1ISIIS. . 'u''1 '"ompany will be of 1 00 men. I pon appointment they will serve ope , enr In the regular army and on the ex piiatlon of the period will be transferred ' 10 the reserve. Appointments to the ladet loinpanles will be made by the President. While serving In the regular armv those men will bo paid lino a mouth. O'lO taking military trainlmr has had one oillcep only. For the military purr-r.s of the War I'epartm.nt this year Congress appro priated about MTE.Ouii.Onu and It Is c- ac : iimate.l that under the new pl.ni the ex-. forii.cn., f ti,.. Department would run up to about M55.OD0.000 the Jlret ear of Its operation, with advanced cost as the l4lmy ,,., ,, . ISSnK w" :l0lf1,lo":" . " " nt. ,' nUlrf,!. In the .w:l of F?'' . .e..t nt.i.vo not, oilier U1IUK3 require! to conduct the military estab iisimieiii. f-ecretary of War Harrimu submitted estimates that would havo brought the cost of the new establish ment up tn $12,000,000. Tho Hay bill will fall slnue, of this amount by at least It 5. mill, "HO. Whit is regards t by Chairman Hay as on,, of the nie.it Important measures of prop.i edniss ever proise,l bt the au thor'.at!on for the operation of a plant i apatite of turning out alt sort of am miinttlo.i it, tl,,,, f n,,r Thu pn.xidc that sip plant shall be operated bv r!;.. Hovernmeiit on a partnership basis with cm. tic capital Tlie President Is authorized, lo appoint 1 a iru i sen-el a site for this plant OWEN WISTER'S ODE TO WILSON Head Wn.hlimton Wonlit ami lllnsl Vnur Mini." Wake 1 'ti 1 1 vta.i thi author, I'lltv. Feb. 21. Owen Wl-ter gave out the folN-uing noom to-d.iv fm publication "To Wool, now Wir.sov: 191C." Not net, if I pn.r.'ssrd sp. eel. Tebru.i ry it. Mtir twi.t In I Hid I to ike anv (tit for utfl nt irmt I V on'. wtirin.st vtiurs.if i'i'.iii,i ui'urrlp- 1 1, hi - reiica . re-,i ti .' ,h, 'ttiithed jou woulj become aiilr,,- S..t lr. .ir.-,t . !i, .,f n il (.tines ll. i. wnhit.,1 emperors hy hrr llerce ... ,, I'OOII 1 1 is ..i-x lis- ..,.he that have flu),., th t if ptil.li. ants. hMirmrlt. p,iltr..nns Veil " niiiinuie cs.,i tn jr if-i -te,.in. Til. n, xi aorld r.uimn seuhe you, nnr an 'hi. .Vo fa.i . nt -t.i'i ihriiuKh our rt.uinl.iiint l-etlll .S.ir pr. sent liiughtcr, nor the future's Ms llui if It- fniher. dltt Hits land cnntrnl, li. .ol VV .i-'illif.iin would wake and Wast oil .nl, tJIVUS WlSTKR. : YOUTH BARS AST0R FROM CLUB. I'm I in neiicb Directors Won't Hove lie' lie- Tv M Hk.vi Feb. 21. The oulj cloud in 'he M,v for Alp. and .Mm. Vlnc.jti Astm, vvi.o began their tlrst Palm Ite.ieh visit .M'stenltiy, W that they cannot gat into Hie Iteach Club, one of the in,,, i exclusive In the country, which has cut ! its list down to Kd, l( I the age limit ! that keeps .Mr. Astor out. Hermann Odrlch, tT,t m.u, at lus vvtddliig, bctirrletl aruuinl to-day trying' to prove tliat Mi Astor I 2ii, lint failed 1 to niiihc mil a r.ieo anil the decision of the lUrcotots iiminst hi ndmltsslon will not be changed. Mr. Oelrlchs gave a tinnier nil Hie Asiorsi Ill-lllgnt in the liarilni Hrlll. PANAMA HONORS WASHINGTON. To-ilnv Is Declnreil n l.egiil llol. H In I stll ill I it il llepnhlle, s;iei.i i.ifis lr,initei lo Tur ?i v T.vnv.mv. Fob. SI. President porr.n has Issued a dectte declaring tn-niomiw a legal holiday. Panama will ban. ,x big Waslilngton's llii thday celcbiMtloii on th" exposition grounds liosldcnt porr.i and AcluK Hovoi- nof Morrow of the Canal Zone will re. view a parade of American soldiers, Panama police and Canal Zone and P.innliri lltetnen, Till la the tlrst time that a Tn.ieil Slates holiday bus been ntllelally do. clued a legal holiday In the i'.cjiulillc of T.in.nn.i PARIS MIDINETTES MAY STRIKE llll.llllll llrossiiinkerN -.iippurt He iiintiil for llefetre War WiiKes, s). .,. (Wife Kiji.trr. bi The Six I'viiis. Fob 21 The ilressiiialiol of Pail aic lliiealinlns a strike affecting iiii.oiin workei-, on account of tin cftls.il nl tlie mg iii'csMuai,ing in os,.-, to tiav the wage- picvalllng Iteforo Hie iiolvi ilbrt.i.id.li.' that these houses have bad a proi-pt mile season :i the Anici, an i, uh The piess gellel.llK slppol. mo nndlitf ties woo. , ic, oiiling o report . ale leiolving minimum wages while the houses will, li employ them ar lluurbh lug. I CONFERENCE ON U BOAT CRISIS Senate and House Loader 1N'Ijm1 to SiH'ivc.v About 3Icetin' ... , ,. . , . , ,., I'li.l.N r) (t J COXCI'lllTKI) ACTION Breach With (tcniian.v In iliralcil if She Fails to Assure. F. S. 31 A V NOT WAIT Foil LOSS OF MFB Deriisttul'I's Disfavor With Lansing Held to W Still a Factor. WASilt.viiT.tV. H'b. 21 - Piosiilem Wil son summoned lo the White Hiuis" th evriiliig Senator Stone, .ii.u, man of tit Sena'" Foreign lld.itiotis Committee; Hoprcbont.it iv e Flood of Virginia, chair- mm of lh" House Conunltti n Forelm Affairs, and Senator Kern of Indiana, the IVmo.-ratlc leader of the Sennit;. The confercliie rtialul to inttni.illoti.il affairs, but strict secrecy was main tained as to Its purisi.-e Those who t. tendtd th" White House meeting wor plcilgeil by thu President nut to ,1!. cuss the detail of tlie conference. . The gathering at the While House, tol lowtsl by unusual efforts at secrecy, lev! to all sorts of speculation in Washing ton to-night. The fact that the sub marine Issue Is again Hearing a cr!b,H ari'l that State Department otllclalb admit the possible gravity nf tho situation laustil by llennany's announced purpos to torpedo armed merchant vessels In mediately led lo tho conclusion that thin was the feature of our International re lations that engaged the attention of Hi conferees. Tho mere fact that President WiNon had called the Congress loaders- to gclher at thl time was. regard-d significant, for It has not been h.s iui lorn to consult them In icg.trd ' for eign affairs except on euie or two wa Mens when Important tlev.di.ptnt nt worn pending In the Admnlslration' Mexican policy. Ao .New Crist Inllnmleil. While th" general assumption wu that the situation with Hernial' was tesponslble for the conference, lb. Inti mation was plainlv tonv id bv one of the conferees that no new if si- hid de veloped. Doubt was expressed whether the VI- ministration Is consider. ug anj leg, Hon In couiieitiiin w th the new j raised by Hirmaii.. w li di prov I a curtailing of the rights of mi to travel on armed liinrs and on vo carrying munitions of war Tp to this linn the Admit has shown no disposition in -iipp - ' ue i Iu" 'I v legislation and tl" f- s ' u "Ha I ' abihtv tjiat tho President would t.ivot It The general be," f ,1, Was, -.-li , ,s thai th- Pivslib nt. realizing thii' the I, sue wltli Hciin.iii.v is again .ippniafhltijr il ciitK.il slid, dcslie.l to t ike tbe loaders of Congress into lus cot itdnr.ee and to give lllclll Ills views ,,s t : ,iv discussions sli.iuiil be handled m. IV lloor of the House and tfm Senate There ar indli apotis that Senator Hoofs attack Ue. the Admit. IM'nttoti Is about to 'bring on a renewal of the bitter debito In Congress on foreign re lations and It is l -lievi l Unit t'n Pte blent ileslled to c've the Congie lend rs lit vit ws as to what should b don, ponding th" development "in' are pertain to onine l.ef.ite Marc i 1 tie late on which C, rui my ii, w ubmarqio decree will li. prune ilT'V'lvi Oltlclals of the State Peptrtnie'it me mark.iig time awaiting word from tie-- ,m iis t.. win thot or not she i- wMbng j to sqiiai" her recent siituuai Ira tliclara- rlon with lite previous assu. unci s um: tlm permit a si ttlouient of the Liifi- tani.i cac in iictsird.il 'e with the Arne-t. can in mantis. White ollldals of the Department In sisted to-day that technically the Tultd Stales has not ileuiauib'tl outright a ni'ul itlcat Ion of the r'-eent decno. they i'e claretl that Mr. Lansing had Im it b known to Count von lb rnsto-ff rhat a I kl tllcu.ent of the Lil-l'iuila cas) t ou d not bo made so long as Heimmiv m i!n. . ruine.i the right to inl. wilhnu vs i-n. lug merchantmen lirmod for def nt Willi only eight days rematmnr bo fore the new snbma'rine campaign In to be started by both Honna'iy unl Atistiin, the tension ni State Deparlniei t eir le ts stcul-l.v t.ghtonlng titlictalu wt: t, far to-day lo admit that the 1 . , e) States may not Willi until Anioriciin lives were lost b teiimn of the operation of the in vv decree, but may foice matter entirely on the gtiuind that liermany Mat. failed to satl-fv the t'nltod States In tlm Lu.-itanla i .ise Tiii't'fiist ttf ..itlitn, mi t ild tiis new ilooreo go into , ff.-i vvltlioul ftirtbor word from Herman., n the me- nt me ,,r should Ctermany Iv I ween now vnd Mnvh I boldly ! oil her "(gilt to torpedo armed sh j n without warning It is though' privti.,!,. that the I'mtcil Slate will Iminetll.lte'v iire.ik of; ihe ctmililcntl.il nogotlatior.s wltli Count von lleinstorff and : a formal ante to the Herman (iovtriirnent, through nih.ist..iilnr Horard iit He Hi, m-.-t mi an rnmeillat" coiupllaiuc w.rh i he Vuiei'ii in v n w point Vih.iiig'i otll'ials ale careful to vouch h i'e no pietlidl ms as lo the outcome t , 1. 1 1 il'ii, is are not lacking that they ar plop i ol. f feiess.ir, to push thi. mat toi to the point of a severance nf tllplo. I tint '. lol.ii l was itiaUiil that th, ncg'U minis liad i1:iio-i rc itiit'il that po, it isd'ore liic 'a. t iticmtii aiidiiiii w,,s i, -,1 i'i..., llei-t'l . W II 'dl prlie to pub. il'Of of be lioW i icr.ii.ili subiu.i In. ,ed ir.ilion 'be m.i , 1 ii pat tin, nt u.i .i .,ii-,1 to ac , .ic as In i g i nibsi int ,1 aieenienl w tb t no im rli a , domain!" Mthoiigii Sccint i" i i'i. uig armln took ocoaslnn tii-da tn dcn repot t t