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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916.
UH he greatest Importance, to tho exact language, of the German note, which re fer In modlllciitlnu of Iho German Ad miralty order of Frluuary 4, Tho word Inn of the text on this point probably dll decide whether a diplomatic break Is to bo averted Secretary Lansing delivered Mr. Gerard' cable to the Ftcsidciit till morning Later tlx' Scetelury had " ronfcicme with Senator Stone, chair Innii of the Senate 'oinmltteo mi For rlitti Itolatlniis, lit the Sluto Department Penator Stone said after the conference L. .. ' Jn I n faio of the In.lrm.H- olll-ll fo, motion .-nn.ctiilug II-rni.iny' reply in statement was made m .-luthmitntlve rclr Hint Pie-blent Wilson will Inline- Infi tho -K-'rcJc.V rLno ::; from now on, Condition- ...eh .ho Imperial liov- rrnment might wish to .llseiis with the, J' ,':'.?i"VT . .. .Vf "'ul m InvI umirti ft barrlc a" .r.ivi.lr.1 tho '.11-r.iMl.m In It.tti.ilo.l .nil i.r.uli cd tlio .1 CUSlim IH Itllliairil iy i.,,, p.,,.... pprr.uittn.H in - - "J.. Ihcni on TtlliT IflKIP i-l-M.I.W.' .I..; i.Urr'1'1 IinlnB hiU maile thU time, In.e the Ii.kI American nie ftnl. . .. , lly "rnitner niirfiirn" It I" ninint that Clerni.iti hiltmmriiii'H oprato iiit.ihiH WerHialitnirn Jin-t 111. i-riil-erM woiil, op erate. The Miliin.irlne-oiiM he Mtihjert o the ianie reelrli'tloiiN Inipowil 1,1 tftr11.1tlon.il I.i on ennnern. " , mum warn the ,er.-h..ntiiiaii, , Rli .1 .i,.u, .n m,iirtiniltv of surrenderliiK ml visit and search the ship, rescue tlw rhlp's papers .mil pr.nlde for the safety of the -r. befoie slnklne the vessel. If the niiTcliaiilman attempts to leslst Or flee. aft. r hclue called on to surrender the cruiser ha a ilKht I" -"i' 'ir rut fuithei- ado. but If the merchant man Indicates wllllneness to surrender vrn after ti.ivmc alU'mpt' d resistance r lllHht the rulser must not sink her. Tho Pies .I "t s attitude Is rcprc-cntoil 8 beltiR almost linpillint Tho pre llmln.il' lncli have come from J'.erlln Have vcved the Impn-sloli that fk;rmanv .Iu.-h md fully n-allze tho grav My of the situation which caused tho President to de-.p.ttch his n-cent note. The Pr.'sldi-ni's determination tn net drastlcjilly .. soon as an unsatlsfactorj' reply from Itcrl-n Is 1 ecelved vvas re flected to-daj In a conference ho held With rhalrm.in Hay of tho House Com mittee on Military Affairs. The Presi dent Is understood to have expressed the, Wish that the coufcience loinmlttee of the Houni and Senate on tho army Mil should expedite its deliberations Instead ef delajlim- lonx.-r over the pro- and cons of the House plan for fcderalUltiR the mllltla and the Senate plan for a rational volunteer force. Official- believe the President's tlrst tep If diplomatic relations are severed Will be to i-.ill on CoiiKress lo pass the army and navy programme as cmcrf-ncj- measures. PARIS VIKW ON NOTE. Wr Temps" llellrves t.erntanr Krr Ihi- t'. f. Srninl Val,!f Itfpnlrh tn Tut i-r. r.vms. May 4. - The 7Yihki, comment Inr on the diplomat h' situation, says! "The Herman, havlUB Issurd .1 medal In honor of the t.ult.uil.i, will be able to roiiniK linn ale the anniversary us a diplomatic triumph by dlplayliiK the Ureal .olle.-tlon of documents by which the settlement of the difference has been protracted. "The Kaiser has been postponliiK the replj-, hopliiK that some success would come to facilitate jlcldltiR r to au thorize bravado, The fall of Kut.e. Amir.i and th" recoustltutlon of the trlpllce, with Turkey irpliicliiK Italj, cannot distract Cernian attention from the ten weeks' . heck at Verdun. "The Irish riots have accomplished nothlnir, The House 'of I'lnnmous has xeated obligatory service. Inder these conditions the Kaiser Muds dancer In yielding to the American ultimatum, but, nevertheless, must resign himself to It, for lie recognizes that ilennHiiy Is Incapable of facing an additional power ful enemy." MADRID'S INTEREST. pal 11 (nnn.it It. -inn In ImllrTrrent, I 'orrt-aii. indent It r ports. tpmal Hhle lfniHch to The St v. Taiiis, May t The Teiiiju's Madrid correspondent telegraphs that the eter (etlc attitude taken and maintained by Washington has deeply Imp-eseed po litical und (iovernmental circles. The correspondent states that he re ceives the Impression, through conver sations with nuthoiUed persons that it the I'nlted States ake neutrals to adhete to n general entente ag-ilnst the German pltatlcal submarine warfare Spain would adhere. Wilson's phrases In the note refer-iug to the rights of neutrals have greatly pleaded tlie .Madrid (lovernment, the corrospopdent states. The Government gives meat consideration to the oplnloi of South American tepuh'.lcs, which en tirely conform with those of tho United HUtos. "It Is said here," the correspondent aj-s, "that antl-Cerinan opinion In South America Is notably Influenced by Wash ington's attitude and on this account It Is Impossible for Spain to remain In different." The correspondent conclude 1 declar fnf that opinion In diplomatic on '"s Is unanimous In believing that tho pr- "nt moment Is the gravest for neutrals si ice the war began. America's: attitude la taken an showing that nffalr are g. nig veil for the Allies. ASKS TUBANTIA FACTS. kVanalnar JVar. Complications If Germany Ttcplacr.1 Hutch Mi I p. Wasiiinoton, May A. Secretary Lansing- cabled lo Ambassador Herard at Iterlln to-day asking for continuation or denial of tho n-port that Heriminy had admitted torpedoliur tho Dutch steamship Tubanti.i and hud Hjrrecd to provldn tlin owners with a Herman ship In place of tho ship sunk. A American citizens were on iboaid the Tiibnntla, the I'nlted Stales liaa a direct Interest In tho case. Germany has made no olfei- of i ep iratldn tn the. I'nlted Htatcs for tho damage suffeitd by Amer icans. It la understood that the Fulled States Government would regard a Herman offer to replace the Tiibnntla by a Ger man vessel as a ilieM uiable concession to Holland. The Herman stealer owned by the Diltoh could not operate without risking captuie as a prize ny the entente, ana vexing uipiomatie questions are likely to be inuilv.d In the transfer. BRAZIL'S' DEMANDS. Vrcent Iminlry tin ered In Mnkln of the II lo llranco, rtto nr Jankiiio, May 4. An urgent Inquiry concerning the sinking of ihe Brazilian steamship I'.lo liniwn has lieen unified hy the Hrazlllau Hoverii ment In order (hat the r.-pulilic ma- be able to mi in .Icfcucn nf lis uci.lial rights. The Herinan Legatlun here has heed i informed of the nctlon of iic Hnv emnienl. It Is Ntaled In olllclal cable meeeages that tho vicsel was lorpeiloeil by a tier Ban submarine Th" newspaiiets de nounce the lieilin Goverimient as the fo of hiiiuanlly. Th" (iiitcttn tie Sntinn sajs "To combat Infamous I'nissl.tnlsin Is Die duty of . v.-rv nation The ronnii ..- tfniiio sajs "li'i. tnimy ceinsld. -s Inis.if in a slate of nar H-lth the einli.. noii " The .oiirini tin f'nininrrt lit eMi-i daj urged roop.-rHtl.iii nf Hr.ml ,im ni IJlllttd Stali'i is ..pp.isltloii lo the Un man tubmuilne ARREST SULLIVAN AS IRISH PLOTTER Vnnllnurtt from First I'apr, rented were Peter II. Pi arse, Thomas .1 Clarke and Thomas -MaoDonagh. Nothing was Kivrn otlt officially jes- 'lonlHy,,,. to tlicfatrtlmt iiwhIH Connolly 'r 'h '"nM 1 I'n, forte, of ;'..' f'"' ,f Vi,i??r5I Mir' " " ' I'""' " " '? Ii" Lf ,P0' "''' ' ! if J iinml l"der took .in There sllll prevails much mystery a ?y t" ,m.'"l :r."f ,tin rebel leaders, .Ml unronnrmru nui per Men repot, u 11 1. 1 l. n.n 1 '"Wi hnonnartrn.. . , I J!! "Tnr fh-"ln ! .. .: r-v .. ;" .1.. , n romi"M rM (Vmuit ami J(nh I'luhkett, who urt- ........ ... ...Mi ... t....J ..tll.A...t. Iii'ii t" I"" 'till In 1irl.mil. MlthouRh ("imreVl or are law U0I11 M.ioNclll. Ifv.il oranl.T of the Sinn l-Vlnrrs In tinlilln, tii)Mrilniiily (ll. tilipraroil nt tl" imtcot of tlio rrvolt nnd Ilih not bc'n m i'N or hmril from hlnor. TIip pronlc of Duhlln were tiot ap- prl-i il of (he execution of tho three rehe.l lle.l..r until lule We.lnw.lHj- nlnht. Thill, . . . . . . oil,tH.,i i,nw .,ey re- .-oll.-.l the newK. A number of rebel rlnsle.icle ra are on trial before iho oentral eoiirt-umrtlal. Minor relief m (ho various .IlKtrlel.i are dealt with by I.k-.iI oourtK-martlal. In the oiitlylui; .luarleri of lmhlln ItHilated lehel "etrHimlerr" have inirrenilered. An order lulled hi- Mnjor-Oen. Sir John Maxwell Indicate that thono who .-ontlniie to rrfui-e to slve lip have llltle merry to expect at the h.mdji of the tiovernnient Warned Aanln.t ISIiln A.rlnra. Meaimhlle the rltlzrn ry ra has been urgently WHrned not to harbor any reb els, arrest and punishment belns threat ened to offenders, A house to house search Is under way for those of the rebels who have not been accounted for. The HI1111 Felncra have carried on their propaganda so openlj" for years that the (lov.-t nnient has n fairly com plete llht of all members of tho movement and their sympat hirers. Thcie are Sinn Keln oriranliatlons In several districts, of Trelind which took no part at all In the revolt. Never theless they are closely watched by the iJoM-rnmelit, as It Is knonti that most of Hip Sinn Kelners have quantities of anus ami ammunition. The mllitury orderx haM' posted and .!'--trlhtited a summary wi.rnhiK to i-urr. uuer all arms anil ammunitions. Out of the ruins of a fiarllj' burned bullillns m-ar tho fola-eum tlovernmeiit h.iliaee uorkers hae extricated to ltrltlsli soldiers, badly Kor.-hed and thor ninthly cxhausttd from pain and hunRer. They had been taken prisoner by the rebess ami left In tho bulldlnt:. which the terrorists set uflro before evacuating It. The lio i-oldlers, It Is expected, will recover. PoMxxr stamps of the "Irish repub lic" have been found. Printed In the republican colors- (tn-en, white and orautre- with lnet pictures of the three 'martyr," Iar'iUi. OTirlcn and Allen, the stamps bear the Inscription "(iod S.ne Ireland" upon a harji. They were leady for Issue. Ordinary stamps are not obtainable In Ireland to-day Nor Is there any out Bolus mall service A provisional lm'tnl service for IrnnnniiK mall has been es tablished In Dublin and letters from the province" 1. Hi 1 Kuclalld are belllK rie llieteil after a fompleie tleup of ten lavs. Three food distributes station have been established In Dublin and the suf ferlnR of the population ha been greatly relieved. 15 KILLED IN BUDAPEST RIOT. I'rnnil of io.-lnlll houl Demand feir PrMcr mil t-'ooel. I.oNt'o?;. Ma 4. Serious rioting took place In Hudao'-st on Sunday, acooixUng to a Central ivr despatrti frtiTO Tho Hague, It Is said that a thousand Socialists and women assembled In front of the burgoma tct's hous.- shouting. ".Make jieace!" "Hive us food!" I'lfteen of the crowd were killer when the llonved garrison fired. Two hundred arrests were made. ASKS LOAN OF SECURITIES. France Nerka far ol Tho.r of n- trnl Coontrle.. Paris, May I M. Hlbot, Minister of Finance, Issued to-day the expected ap peal to holders of securities of neutral countries to lend them to the Govern ment In order to support the rate of ex change. Tin- sccuilties are tn he lent for a year. The owners of the securities will be permitted to negotiate them regard lens of the loan to the Government. ERZINOAN NOT CAPTURED. InrkUh Olllcliil Iteport Penle. AN legr.l lliiMlau slaleiiie.il, tptctnt t'Ahl p. patch to Tub Scv London, Muy 4.- A Turkish official teport received here to-day by way of Ilerlln denies an alleged Kusslati state, ment that Krzlngan has been captured. No Itusslan claim of the capture of tho city hns been received lu-re. The same Turkish official statement saj-s that armed bands landed In tho neighborhood of Sofia and Mlla", Asia Minor, seized cattle and recinbarkcd. The Russian official statement Issued on April l' said that Iho Turks had been driven back toward the west In tho dliectlon of Krzlngan. MORE RUSSIANS IN FRANCE. Another Troop Contingent Arrlie. 4 mill (treat ICnthiislaani, MAnsKliaxs, May 4. Another con tingent of Itusslan troops disembarked here to-day amid great popular enthu siasm. The lauding of the tivops was attended by a military .lafonstratlon similar to that ucconird pic.vloua con tingents. The Husslans marched through the clly to Camp Mlrabeaii. U BOAT FELLS AEROPLANE. British Machine stuffrra In Plrat Feat of the Kind. Br.iu.tN, via London, May 4. An aero, plane wns brought down by u Gciman submarine on April 30 last, according to an official German statement Issued to day, This Is th llrst time mtch a feat has been accomplished. The statement Is as follow a: On April 30 a Herman submarine off Ihe Flaiiileis coast shot down a Brit ish netnplaue, whose occupant were rescued by an ineiny destroyer. SHIP SUNK, 26 MISSING. French .'lninner Torpedoed In A Hi. ii lie, l.-.O Vlllea From Shore. ,e. lul l nhle tlrsnntt'h til TllV Si Lo inir., Maj I --It was ollb'i.i ll mi. imiinceii io-iiigiit lliiil llie French n1i ing Niionncr llerniuielte was lornedocil ..ml t-iinU lij a suliiliarlne in Ihe Allaiillc on .Monil.iy. I.iii miles fiom lnnl llm ci.-w- or llilrty.rour csc.ip.-il n bonis Light of the men h.ivn been ticKcjl ui; u-avltuj twvnU-bl.x tllll adrift. SULLIVAN'S ARREST IS LAID TO Irihli Leiidfrs I ore Deny Any Kiinwlf'lir of the Kx-DJilti-inufM Cotuplicity. "MKK HITTINtJ IN DA UK"' Several of James Mark Sullivan's .fr".nd" ,n Nw YorU "" ,orw;,r" w t.r.lay to hi defence when the news wa cabled from London that tho British nni inr una ini v 1. 1 ... t..i.ii. laWC of hi nllr.l Hrtlvltlox In . , ,,,,lf "f ,rl"1' "l.clllo,,. jovoph W. was ono of these, and Jereml.ih U'Leary vvas nnolher. "If an audacious piece of 'Hrltlsh sensallonallsm." said Mr. O'licarj'. "a 1 means of whacking at the lllsh Ainerl-I catis, ngalnst wboin they would take any steps. The chances are they would have arretted imp hail I happened to be In Iielatid, or nny other Irish American on I whom they could lay their hands." Mr. n leary wae asked If ho thoueht thero was any ground for the Hrltlsh allegation that Mr Sullivan had been Implicated In the rebellion, lie teplled I that he it' ! not think so "Rut judging from Mr. Sullivan's nuhlo utterances," s-ild Mr. n'taary. "ho Is n republican, h'urtherinore. the Hrltlsh aulhorltles know very well what Mr Sullivan's opinions nre. That Is un- doiibteilly their basin for arresting an American citizen who typifies tbe thought . of lilsh America toward the Hrltlh iov eriimrnt" i Drnlea Milllraa'a Artlvitr. "Tho Knglleli (lovrrninent." said Mr. Oavan, "Is like a blind man hitting In Ihn ,l.,-k I I. ...I... ... . 1.1. inl.s manner atlen,.lng to frighten , thi ' Irish people, hut that It cannot do. Mr, Sullivan has not been at all active In the Irish revolution, else I would li.ivo heard of him before this. I do not believe he has been connected with the plot In any v-aj-, as I have been In touch with the eltuatlon for months und his name hai never lieen mentioned In connection with II Mr. Sullivan left for Ireland last July, two weeks before he was virtually asked to resign his poet as t'nltcd States Min ister to Santo Domingo. Ills wife and son accompanied him. and upon sailing ho raid that he was going back to l.lmcilck to visit his mother. He had expected to return last September. Mr Sullivan, who was liorn in Kll laruej on January ti, lSTil, came tn this country when a boy and was brought up In llrooklyu. He studied law at Yale and began practising In Connecticut. Later he came t" New York. During th Itosenthal murder case tie was counsel for Hjld Jack Itose. Ills appointment to the post In Santo Pomlngo was In return Tor political services. At the limn It was said that William J llrjan was responsible for the ap- MAY RELEASE LEEBKNECHT. Ileanlntlons tn nirii4 Action tgillnst S.ii'lnllut Introduced. lltui.N, via London. May I. -A reso 'utlon requesting the Imperial Chancellor to release to Dr. Kurl l.lebkne. hi fiom arrel and In suspend proceedings agains. mm limn aner me neicnstags uljournnient was Introduced In the . Iteichstag to-day by member. a Berlin Socialist HINT AT REVOLUTION. l.leliUnecht's llelene Maj Be Xreraaarr, nieiihaaeii, Iimmin. May t. -The Herman Gov ernnient may be compelled to reeae Dr. Ll.bkni-cht, the radlial Socla'.,t. who was arrested on May Day. In order to prevent a revolution, according to a j Copenhagen dispatch to the exchange Telegraph i Dinpanj It Is Mated that his arrest during the peace demonstration eaue. much excitement among the laboring class and resulted In a new demonstration, which a large force of police managed to sup press. CALLS COAST RAID A SUCCESS. eppellns Attacked flrlllnh llalter Ira and Warships, Mnsa Herlln. HciiLIN, via Iondon. May t - The offi cial German account of the Zeppelin raids on the ICngllsh const on Tucuday night stutea that factories, railroads. Indus trial establishments, coast batteries nnd Hrltlsh wan-hips weie attacked with sue ose. The lose, of the L-'.'O o.f Norwaj- Is admitted, The statement I" as follows: A German naval air squadron on the night of May attacked the tnliHIe and northern parts of the east coast of Lnglatiil Factories, blast furnaces and railroads near Mlddlesbronvh aiul Stockton, industrial .-Htahllshmenlti near Sunderland, Ihe fortified s.rt of Hartlepool, the coast batteries south of the Itlver Tees and Hrltlsh men-of-war at the entrance to tho Flrt i of Forth were attacked with many bombs. The ruccrf of these attacks was wit nessed. All our airships, notwithstanding the f ict that they wete shelled heavllj-, icturneil tu their home port with tho exception of the L-20, which, in conse quence of a stiolig sollthi'iil wind, was driven off her course to the north and, getting Into dllllculties at sea, was lost off SUviitiKer. The whole crew la safe. C.ale Cnnsed Wreck nf the !.--(. Sptnnl Cithle ttftptttct tn Tub ttv CittuariANiA, May 4, Newspapers here quote tin- olllci rs of the wiecked Zeppelin L-:n as sajing that the dc stliicllou of tlio airship In Norway was dun to tho stormy weather and snow-. The alicr.ift was repeatedly- driven off her course and her gasolene was nearly exhausted In tln light against the gale. Iteallzlng that It vena Impossible to reach Germany, the officers decided to go to Norwaj , as, onn liaised for French Orptinus, Montci.au:, N. J May 4. More than It.Ofln worth of tickets were sold for a ball given to-night at the Moutclalr Club foi the benefit of (ho fund for the fatherless children of France. The sum rca zed from the hall ana other contr bullous by the Montclnll- Committee of the I irphllcnat ries Arniees make a total of IS.fino, which win bo sent tn head quarters In New- York city. In charge of to-night s arrair were Mr. anu Mrs, Heuii Liiicl.., Mr. William r, Camp bell und Mrs. John V. MrClnln, .rr Smith Wnl.-s Cn hi net llemnln., Syhnkt, N. H. W May 4,As the result of an agreement to submit the question of the iiholltlon of Iho hpper I house to a leferendiiin, the Ministry- of New South Wales ha decided to with - draw lis resignation. The Labor party .lriiiiitnl.il tho iiholltlon of th.i upper house, 1,: AH HrllUlirra Killed In Week, Iwnaf Cnhlr linpatrh tn Tin: fcv lir.'tioN, May 4. The casualty list from April 2H to May 4 nnntnlu III tiainrs of ih)2 ofllcers, of whom HQ were killed, and A.i'il men. of whom I, Id wctc killed. BRITISH SP7E James Mark Sullivan. notntmenl A fen weeks after Inking oflk-o Sullivan was charged with fa- vorlng certain telativo in rnn tract. among whom were Tlinolhv .1 Sullivan of Sprlngllcld, Mass. Mr. Ilrvi mm tn Sullivan s as- slstance. ridiculing the charges, and .'. rranklln 1'oit. al the President's re- I .piest. Investigated the charge-, and re . ported that they wrro tmfauiidi-i Uiter tho charge wi re renewed, taking on a more serious aspect, and Sullivan re- signed bis post two weeld before a iu!,,,7,r.J. ,port r",.," T """1o hy Senator I'helan of California. Sullivan Is known to have been In terested In Irish affairs. When King O.-orgo V. visited Ireland In mil, after his coronation he attended a meeting lit the grav of Wolfe Tone, Iho Irish patriot. Sullivan wns present and spoke. Ills topic on that ovc.ilon was "llc publlcHnlsin." .4 PPEA LS'fO LA NSISG. Mr: Millli.ii. U the erretr lo Interrede. Washington. Mav I.. Mrs Sullivan, wife of James M Siilhv.in. who ha be.-n arrested In Dublin m the charge "f eompliclly In the irih roUdiion. has appealed to Seer, larv Laning tn Inter cede on behalf of her husband. .Mr. I. using received Hie api'e.il by tele graph to-ila H dp-lined to innime-it m it. lit It l understood that the I'nlte.l States will do no more than Instruct Vmhassadnr Page at Ismdon tn ascertain the facts and protect the legal rights of Mr Sullivan as an Vinericn rlllzen. AMERICANS LEAVE EULGARIA. Dr. Xfornnlls anil Mr. I'nn.'on.l r rlxe In II. .linn. I. Till. lUnti:, May t fter sixteen months work in the Hung man ..ml llul Karl, in ..nny Dr ci..r!i" 1'anco.ist of Philadelphia and Dr Morowltz of New York luv.. reach Holland. They were the last American tdiv Ici.ins to leave Bulgaria with Hi" exception of Dr Harry liotz of New- Yolk, who inn. lined In Sofia S great Is the German Influence over Bulgaria, Dr Pamiwt said, that the en tiro countr.v has been practically swept c.e.ir or f'Kiilstuffs and medl -aments, The populate inpi-lled In get sugar, Hour and oilier necessltl.s bj card si lowance. Is glowing ristless, lie said. The feeling of hostility to the Germans and toward the Gov eminent may reult, the puystdnns believe In popular up r-n-lugs or a.isslnaton. It Is estl mated that there arc at least 4un,0UO Germans in Bulgaria Dr. Pancoast stated that the Hun garians were lat more humane to their prisoners titan the Btilgatl.ms. The Hungarians also mated ihe Americans well, while in Bulgaii.i all Americans ,u n regarded sii-pliiniisly Dr Morowllz will sail on the steam ship Nleiiiv Amsterdam GIVES PRAISE TO TOWNSHEND, llnngrr Vln.le Km Surrender e.-enr. os l.or.l Hll.-liroi-r. l.ONPON, May 4 L'ail Kitchener In the lloui of Lord" lo-day eulogiz"d inn rnwush.'nd ami his army, who were compelieil to siin.-niler at Kut-el-Aman Karl Kitchener stated that the surruidcr was made only In the fine of starvation. The relief force under Gen Got tinge was prevented from reaching Kiit-el-Ani.ir.i by adverse elements only he added. The British Secrelaty for War read tills despatch, the last scut hy Geo Townshend: "Wo are pleased to know that we have done our duty and recognize that our situation Is one of tin- foil lines of wa We thank you. Gen Gorrlnge and all ranka of the Tigris force for the great efforts you have made to save us. T. N. PAGE SEES NO PEACE SOON, F.nvn to Itnlj F.xpecls a lirral Vic lor lo Decide Wnr. Wasiiinuton', May 4 Thomas Nelson Page, American Ambassador to Italy, believes the F.urocaii war will bo de- clikd by a gteat victory for one side or th" other. The Amnasaitor, win) con ferred wltli President Wilson this morn Ing, said lie hud no Information that the time Is ripe for icucv. Ilo said that nlthniigh the people of all the belligerent nation are weary of the snuggle no basis of peace satisfactory to both sides is discernible. Mr. Page I In the United Stales on n vacation. tnnadn and Australia SatUBrd Spertal Calile Ifpateh to Tur. Six LoNnoN. May 4. Arthur Herbert Kterl-Maltlaiid, Conservative member of Parliament from BlnnliighHiu, said In the. Huut-n of Commons this afternoon that there was no reason to bclluve that Canada or Australia vvas dissatisfied with tho assurances given them with regard tn participation In tho peace conferences. (irrnian Merchant Ship Caplnred IxixnoN, May I After drifting to sea last nlKllt from Teneiiffe, wheie she was Interned, the Herman merchant hl Telde has been captuted by a Brltls cruiser and Is being tnwed northward The Telde I of J.nJ.l Ions grins, Is feet long and Is owned In Hhlenhuri fieu. von Sander, at Minirqa, I'AIUS, May I,--Athens despatches to ,nK ,, ;.' Xgency state that Turkish 1 (r M,')K mm.,.ntrliM , troops Smyrna, II I also Mild that Gen. t.lmau von Sanders Iiiih arilvnl at Smyrna and will superintend the defence of tlio coast ltrlll.li Ship llnna Aahnrr. lyoNPON, May 4 A despatch from Bathunt. Africa. Mates that the Brltlrh iteninfhlp fliillsha, of a,S31 tons, ha been run ashore on Bird Bank Tho steamship I In the British African trade, her huine port being Liverpool FRENCH HOLD NEW POSITION AT VERDUN optilsp Attnoks Soar t he . Mouse: Onhi nt (lie Mort Hoinme. MINK CHATKH OCCUPIED Aimi VnMr Hfrotrh tn Tnr. Sts. IMBlil. May Tho new- Krench IhisI- Hon at Lo Mort Homme, which resulted from the gain made In yesterday' ut tnck. wa enlarged and consolidated last night To-day the Hermans bombarded nth Lo Mort llonime and Mill .hm very lolentlv and also directed a small In- fantrj attack against certain of the trenches taken by tho French III the counter offensive This attack broke down tinder the Krench barrier fire. The French took the offensive to-dar In the Argonne In artillery activity In the Hols ile Cheppy nnd gained the ad- I'ltage. In mine lighting at La rlllo Morte. Hie official pciinmiinlntic1 Issued by the 'tench Wnr OinVr to-night follows; In the Argonne our artillery bom barded enemy organizations In the Mils do Cbc;v. Al La nile .Morte there were mine combats, which re sulted to our advantage. West of the Meusp the bombard- nie-iit was very violent In the region of III I 304 and I.e Mort Homme. a small Herman attack on one of the .tenches recently captured by us was stopped bv oil'.' fire curtain. Hast of th- Jleu-e anu in in WcM-vie llicrn as I lit t. rill II I -tit activ ity of our ar'lllerj. Thero is nothing l" r. port on the rest of the frjnt aside from the cus- '.otnarj- cannonade. I.ertnan Itrcoimalaanrr I'alU. A Htroiie Herman reennnaissmee was vnulsed near Aprcmont, east of St. Mlhlel, ycftcrdaj-. In the vicinity of Lea Knarcos. on tho Height of tho Meuse, the French exploded a minx and occu pied the crater. The text of tun unci noon isunmnnique is as follows; In Itelglum our artillery nre dis mantled the works of the enemy nt Hrande Dune and caused the explo sion of a depot of munition". W est of the Meuse thro has la en a violent bombardment in all the sectors, to gether with fighting Willi grenades In the Hols fl'Avncourt ,s tb night progressed we enlarged and consolidated tin. gains we made -terd , til I' Molt llolli'lie Pie- Vinll" te"irt1 that the lnr-ees nf .lie eiieinj wete insidciable have been confirmed The preparatory lire of our artilterv was particularly effective on the cneiiij. At one point two Her nial' "obllers came forward and sur rendered In the nudtt of our the They explained lliev were the List survivors of the occupants of their tieic-h l;ast of Ihe M.usu there has been .1 bombardment In tho iegon of Vaux. Fr.-n.-h ICCI1I Mine I rater. In Un Woevrc our artillery has taken putt in a number f inaiio-uv res. Including Ihe enureiitr..tloti of u l.eavv fire, our troop- operating In the vicin ity of l-s l.pargc colnrissei tbe ex plosion of a mine, other men at onco moved forward nnd occupied tin- cra ter Kan of M. Mih:"l jestcrdaj n strong l m no 1 1 r I in.- party of the enemy came forward from Its Hues in all endeavor to occupy one of our positions not tir froni Aprcmont French forces met the Germans atid they wete driven back. The night passed quietly on tho lenulnder of ihe front. A French avUtor jesleiday, fljlng In the vicinity of Uouauinnnt, met In the sir two German aeroplanes and engaged them in combat. One of th . tiemy machines fell to the ground, while the other tier. BERLIN ADMITS LOSS. French (inln Fniilbol.l In dinnced t.rrnian I'o.l. Br.nt.iN, l.i Lnnilnn, May I The French mane attacks jesi.-rdaj' agatnvt the German positions on the slopes west and southwest of I.e Mort Homme, on the went bank of th" Metie. The at tack west of the bill was repulsed, while to the southwest the attacking fotce gained a foothold In a German ad vanced post. The olllclal German stute mint was as follows In Ihe sector between Armentieres and Arras there has been some lively lighting. Near Souchez and nnrtheat nf Lens then- have been snm mine engagement, nnd similar lighting near Neuvllle. Northwest of 1-ns an at tempt by the British to advance foi lowing some mine explosions failed. In the sector of the Mcufcc the nr. tlllery tiro on both sides Increased with great violence during the eve ning, ami vvas exceptionally violent In Ihe night A French atf.-rk against our positions on the slopes of l.o Mort Homme was repulsed South west of the hill tin- enemy obtained a foothold In one of our advanced posts. Of several enetnj aeroplanes which dropped bombs this morning upon the garden of the royal c.-.slle of i it.-nd one was shot down In an aerial bat tle near Middrlkerke. The pilot, i French officer, was killed. West of Llcvin German an'l- '"- -raft guns and machine guns hi ought down two enemy aeroplanes In the district nt Fort Vaux two French biplanes were put out of commission by our airmen. RAID BRITISH TRENCHES. Herman. Inflict ( n.unlllr. In Bom bardment at Moni'hy, Speelal Cable leiitrh to The Sin. LoMion, May 4 -The following re port from British headquarters In France was Issued to-night by the or- ftcial Press Bureau , Last night there was activity at different parts of the line The artillery- of both sides was active about Marleourt Near Monehy the enemj-, after u heavy bombardment, raided our trrnche.s and caused casualties. At Ncuvillc-St Vaast tho emmy ex ploded tw-o mines lueffectuallj'. At Doublo Crassler wc followed a mlns explosion by a small raid successfull-. Hostile ilugmits were bombarded and casualties weir Indicted. About Iluogo wc sprang a mine, damaging the eucny's undeigro" workings. There was a consl, ...bin bombardment on both side In this seel or. To-day there was no special Inci dent beyond an artillery bombard ment which was most marked opposite Aug t.i and about lloogn and lilckem, At til" last nami-.l plnce the French and British artillery cooperated with ITood effect. MANY LEAVE MKT'.. rirnrlnK ol Tnnna May Mean Urn" cral French Advance Soon, Special Cable Heipalcti to Tnr. Sis Lunpon, May 4. Iteports oi move ments of German Hoops and the evacua tion by the Inhabitants of towns from Metz to Muelhatisen In Lorraine and Alsace reached hero to-day from Swiss and Dutch sum cis,. II In possible that Ihe clearing out of the towns may mean that Germany Is preparing for a general French ailv.ii the odvanco which the French troops have been eagerly awaiting ulnce the battlo of tho Marne. According to Amsterdam despatched lljc civilian population of Melz, one of the strongest fortresses In llm world, I leaving the town. Tho i lly has a popu lation of about fill, ono It I about forty tulles cast of Verdun, and I approxi mately llftt-cn miles north of tho tiring line. Swiss newspapers publish reportn that the Inhabitant of many villages In Ihe Sundgall, Hi" district iiboilt Muclhauseii, and III Fpper Alsace nrn being remved. It Is stated that great inovetlU-litil of troops are In progu-ss. Thp movement of German troops may possibly mean n new Get man offensive ngalnst a pew section of the French line, although the removal of tho InhahllanlH at Mot would Indicate that pteparatlotts nre In I rogrcss to repel n French attack. SHELLINGATIXMUDE. Belgians Pnrllclp.ite In Intense Bombardment Operations. Special I able DttpnlcS tn Tnr Sin llAMiK, via Paris, May 4, Tho follow ing otllchil communique'- vvas Issued to night by the Belgian War oflieo: The bombardment on both rides vax resumed with considerable lntenlty In the rector of Dl.xmudo and to too north. Our artillery look under It fire Gor man batterlew and mine throwers, n well as lighters which were observed In tho Handzieme Canal AMERICANS HIT AT VERDUN. Ilavld King and Bob "en ill on II.--.elve Wound. In (he I'luhtliiK. f pedal Calile lie'pitlei lo Till: Sis Paiii. Mn 4 -David King of Pmvl- drnce, It. I, one of the American volitn- leet-., whs lnjurnl In the rib wnen a shell explosion hurled a stone against tilm Ho wa taken to a hoepltat In the rear of the line at Verdun, Bob Seiiiilnn, the negro boxer, w.i wounded lit the same lime This Is tl.o etcntid time he has been wounded. RUSSIANS DESTROY BALLOON. Shell Mrlkr. It Xoiilh of Krrrs lirrmniiR llrnp ll.tint... fpeclal ralle Defpntcl, lo Tut Jri. PtrrRinr.Ati, .day 4 The official state ment Issued by the Husslan War Office to-night sajs: lenemy aeroplanes dropped l-Tiba to the "Ollth of Dwink Soutn of Kri-vo a Kulan shell ex ptcled a German ..iptlve balloon, vvlrMi was corre-ilng .irllller;- tlr. Herinnii tlrmrii ttlni-k In F.nsl, IlKtil.lN. Ma London. May I. - Tho G-i'ii.m Army I leadqti.irters lsue.l the following state ineiit to-day rrgiriling the cistern front : The situation l generalh un ch.nged. out airship slice, ssfully at tacked rillwav cstabllshmentM at Molod-chno and Minsk and the rall wav Junction nt Lunlnle-c, northeast of Pln--k. Turk lin.'k. tn I o .ten "ii" Hriinl.eil .V;.ecl'll 'lie Penpatch tn Tlt M v I'KTiioi.iivt.. Mav I -The following of. tlcial statement was lMlod by the War oilli. i to-night regarding the operation of Ihe Caucasus armj ; Turkl-h iiliMit attack" in tin- region of Halbiirt .Hid Lizlngan were re. pulsed. Ilnl.'h ship In lie llencbcil. lyosiKis. May t According to a des. patih to Lloyd'", the Dutch "Icamshlp Public, whtih va .lamaged by an cx-tilo-lon on Apt II '.'7 near the Galloper Light, has pii.-.-e, Gravcwt.d ami w-.ll bv U.i. lied. Paulino llepnrleil In Lplrii". Blriin, via Lon. Ion, May 4 The Overseas News Agency states that rep rcentatlves of lb" Allies have entitle cited grain on lh Ilaud of Corfu which was destined for northern liplrus. As a result there Is fam'ne Its linlrus. It is said, and persons have died of starvation there ft in I Aaaln.t Wnr'. F.ii.l In llllil, LovooN. May I -Odd" In the new- In surance rates of only three to one that 'the war will not end before the ctoe of r.Gii wete posted to-day bj Lloyds BERNHARDT COMING IN SEPT. Will Ho lo xinrrlrn llesplH' the Menace, of Ihe "llnelirs." .Special ''able I'e'pat 'i tn Tnr M Paius. Mav t Sarah Bernhardt I" going in Boiilnurls, on the Klvicra. Li an Interview- -in' --.i.il that 'she wouH leave Fiance at the end of Scpumbi for Amotica, "despll.. the menaces cf which" she "would continue to be the object from the bo. lies "I shall then return to Pari," she continued, "I" pl.iy hi 'Athahe' and 'l.-i Princesse Lointalne ' Tin- w ar by that time will undoubtedly lie over, as our good ftlends the linglllil III" con vinced." Mme Bernhardt told of Ihe enthusi astic admiration aroused In liugl md bv the defence of Verdun She said tha she did not s. e a single Zeppelin whip In Ktigland "Anywnj," flic raid, "1 don't kno-v what fear Is. If 1 did. 1 shouldn't go to Amor ca, where death is. prediet.-.l for tne In a dozen form-- Fear Is an article .Made In Germanj-.' BIDDINGER UNDER ARREST. Chlcngn Grand .lory Indict. F.i- Vleinber of tb. Force, Guy Bliltllng.-r, former tlctei-tlvc ser ,n;.tt of Chicago, was Infonmsl at the Holland llouso l...t night bv Dotectlves Brown, Dribben nnd llnskini that he was under arrest Tho nriesi vvas mado al the request nf Chief .if Pollen Lir kill of Chicago, win ti-legr.iphi tl to Police Headquarters that the Cool, comity Grand Jury jestculav Indicted I -iildtngrr Tlio Indictment, n was said, covered ten or twelve count. Including lirlberv, grand larceny, and allow Ing n prlsoiuv tn escape. Ball bad be n s. t at ,,n.fi(io. tho telegram said, and an officer was on the way with oxtia.llilon papers KMradltlon prm c.-dlngs .iK.iln-t Bid. .linger w-.-re reccnllv l'-oppes when Gov Dunne of Illinois sent notice to Gov Whlimiiu uv.illlng hl n-qulsitlon ngalnst the det.s-tlv c, again- whom nil morons chare.- of grafting had been made. Just before Blddlngcr was locked up at Police Headquarters he rtald that he had heard on Wednesday that ef forts were afoot lo have him Indicted, nnd that he supposed "I hey were after their pound of Hi ah." . V, IT Track Team I. Favorite. The New York t'nlversitv track team will bold Its Hist uicii ol the season tills aflnriiisiu, opposing llaverford's alhleies, The local athletic aiilhorlln'i declare Hint the team that will compile for New York to-day la ono of the best ever turned out al University llelchls In practically every event a man Is enlered who cmuca clore lo tho record tlm. I'anl.eh fine. In II i.'bmonil. i.'IIR'Ailo, May t - Joe l-'aulr- h . riqlo shnitslop, was to-day relcasul by President C.nulskey In the Itkhniond club ' nf the Inlrrntitiimal League Title, player' went to llm capital city of Vitginl.ti under an option agreement He came In the Sox this spilng fiom lllbblng, Minn MRS. FARWELL DESCRIBES MONASTIR'S EVACUATION American Woman Writes Entertainingly of With drawal of Serbians and Arrival of Bulgarian Officers The Two Peoples Compared. Mrs. Mildred Karwell nf t'hlrago ha Just returned from the war strlrhrn Hal kan, vvlierr she bad many drnturc. A" a newspaper rorresH.n.lrnt Mrs. I'ar well'. rtM-rlrne.' ha. been unliiie, for she herself wa. Inst sight of for aeteral weeks, and fear, for lirr .afrly wrrr en lertalned by her frl nds In thl. reunlry. him wa. caught up In the Bulgarian an rep aernM Serbia and she made It her adtenlarr In follow In Ihe wake of the Bulgarian, and dn what .he rould for the destitute Serbians, fo isequeally h had an unusual opportunity lo tudr the Bul garian army at llrst hand. Mrs. Harwell ha. written a aerlr of rlli Irs detailing hrr experience.. The Iblr.l of the aerie, annrara below. In II she ilcM-rlhm scene, attending the etacua tlon of M.ina.tlr by the Serbian, and Ihe entry of Ihe Bulgarians. lly Mll.llltEIt I'AllWKI.I.. Tho Albanian refugee from the. first Balkan war, cut off from tho Christian population by their religion, Moham medan, and almost forgotten lichlnd the high wall of their courtyard that oisMied Into the narrow, twister! str.ct of tho Turkish quarter, for three year huvo been starving. 1 went Into mnt of the houses. The. only furniture was mat on the floor, no fire; the hush of death seem.d already over them. Ono room comes to oy mind always: a tail, ragged peasant standing Inside tho threshold, several women huddled on the door In one corner, a tilack cloth thrown hastily over their faces, and sit ting beside them a baby, perfectty quiet, staring straight ahe.nl. with tho wise c-xprcstf.on 'f an old, old man. It had been llkn that for some time starving. We knew Hint If we rould get food at enrc. some of the flour, sugar. &., that If not s.-nt over the border by tho Governor would bo destroyed, we could s.ivo hundred rf lives. But Pr. Forbc-i had only vague prom ises until -wc hit n the Idea of visiting card". Now, in the Balkans these play u serious S'.ial pall. If nu possess them you nr. somebody. If you don't, you arc louk'-il mi as utterly beyond the pale. lively morning, afternoon, and some times evening, he, with olther MIsr Mitcheil or myself, would go to the divi sion, s- nd in .i card and ask what lliey vv. r. L'olng to do about tho supplies. One afternoon they surprised us by sny Ing that If we cared tn wo could go to the magazine, see what was there, and settle the matter that day. Several nfllcere. dignified a a commis sion, and Pr Forbes climbed into the back of tlie automobile, van. I got up In front, a s-ddh r stretch. . I out on each tnud guard, nnd the driver, with a great air of tier, encss, pull,-.! all the levers at once. Wo went up tho street at a terrlio pace. Hi" soldiers on the mud guards shouting warning", turned tho corner on two wheels and came back again to whin- we had started, Tho magazine was right around the corner. The llt-rce driver unwound H dlrt.v rag from his linger and displayed n tiny i in for my sympathetic Inspe.-tlon. Tho officer bowed us out of the motor and wu went Into the magazine. The next day the news was too serloii" for thoughts of roast pork. That nlgbt sonic one tapped on Pr. Forties's win dow to say the Si rbi.ui" were lenvinr They faded like sin army of gallant ghost up the tVhslda road on their tctri.it Into Albania. Ucd Food of A merlon n. All Hi it day III ox carts and on porters' tricks, the supplies for tho poor were b"lng mnveil to tile ambulances. t was n-icsary to guaid them as they tu"il through the streets, und tho po-ters clamored for the protection of tin Bed Cross emblem They all had guns, but It wa with the gtcit.'st .1 . uliy that we convinced them that ill" two lould not be worn s.mullani-oiisly .in the walls of the buildings the Ser bians nail p-.sted placard" bidding their ib ar friends in Monastlr giKol-by for a m ion time only and telling them that fond had been left with tho Americans for them Tho whole population came to us to lie fed The American ambulance had oncuiallj Ik lunged to a family of rich G-.cks Inside the walled courtyard w. a big white houe In which the In tel meters ami th" itistor slept and a sui.lller one Used for a clinic. ilio gates of th" courtyard opened lt:o a strict leslde the barracks, and there was a .s-naH door at the back lead ti.g into an alley Above each was a lte.1 Ctos.. tl.ig. Wo had shut tho gates, and at llrst wo kept some scmblanco of old r. A long line of miserable creatures wviien, old men, and a few children clutching their tickets, stood along the outside wall. Tin- man on guard at the Uooi vv uhl allow them to enter by turns and empty out of an oil tin Into the cloth they carr.rd their measure of o..,, flour There was no Mopping, In gossip or to thank Thev would mutter a blensing, and, holding the Hour as If afraid hiiiiii one would l ike It away, hurry off old womi ii, bent snd twisted with rheuma tism, after standing for hours sat to nst in the melting snow. The in.t day I . irted for the ambu lance ; ono person. 1 grew to be a cioird. Women Joined mo at i stitfi. They waMed before me backward, behind atul b. side mc clutching at my arms, each one trving tn get as close as possible, nil talking at once. A small dog whoso ancestors eon before had been Pomer.inl-ins had adopted me. I struggled against it. but. lliid'tig it in vain, nave given It a name - Fl.lo Why ? Because it looked It. It wa puffed up over becoming an iueiioaii citizen and led the van In an ecstasy of proud harks. In tho alley behind the ambulance was p:n kid n sollil luase. of peasants, I FOUNDED 1356 IP Quality cannot possibly mean more to you than it does to us, for it is upon quality tbe highest known that the continuation of out success depends, just as it always has. And when we say quality, we embrace in the general term everything that goes to make perfect clothes, such as materials, fast color-. design, tailoring, fit, wealing endurance and modest prices. Our clothes do not invite comparison they challenge it. Brokaw Brothers 1457-14G3 BROADWAY AT FORTY- rutxtht a glimpse of Ml Mlti.it , tip ngalnat Iho gale. Her .draw i,,. Hwam In a sea nf natlvo headdresses ti, lexze. Tlie Turkish hoja slnoil i,..i, hei, shouting at the top of his im .. admonitions to the crowd At the big gaton It was r.ors. u.i. the people In MotuiHtlr were i-mud m un i ... ....I.... Ii.. ......i.. -."mi tiUehltig Pr. Forhc wa valnli r lliaj lo keep some sort of order. Il.ituls ,rm ciisiiea paper written In tn.m i,(r KUates atsive their heads to attract or attention--not only our own Hon- ii. t,, k hut pupera written In their tiatli. , guago by their priests and litei.u friends. "Doha gaspodja '" ( 't Is good I , h - The hennaed lingers of a Turkish wo n. her null In her hungry eyes., vvo.i ,i a hieroglyphic under my noe -ii,iiM ganpodja 1" And hnnds would frit dirty paper toward me. front evetj ii iccllon, Cripple nnd diseased person, that would ordinarily have pone a tune n-n of my way to avoid clung to tnr Th gypslc from tlio Dragor, la-vie- in llerre, crowded and pushed the wen. people. Boy ran In und out, :t t waj- of bo nil over the world, sil-r . up mischief Belief work In the Bnlkans i not . ladylike operation conduct, d 'o, -. benefit of clean and deserving p . W had no time to be grntle. I remember giving sharp nudte-i i- slap, when the ni"ii crowded t te ve.me foo much. A gytiey Ict forth u s'- abuse at one of the Interpreter, v dently strong, tlrst principle repartee The whoki crowd laughed. When , stopped nt noon we were sprip, n wn had been swimming again-". 1 : wave for a long lime, hut In a da and n half we distributed enmiei 'oo tn last more than l.nnn families for s week, Arid TBI nf Bulgarian.. The Bulgarian were expected to l possession that afternoon. When heard the new our Serbian Interprcie' put hi rap In the tire. Tired out, w took an afternoon to see tlio sight. For three day a big crowd had bee waiting in front of the division on nth side of the little river spanned by brldci that run In front of It Yoi -mi see the Prelep road hi 'ween tbe u.it In the houses, nnd against the in.m o the hills climbing black dotr, ant. Bulirarlans Impatient to be tin th t f greet tho army. IJaeh day two soldier nf the rjmi watch had ridden In un far hs ts bridge, their cap at a dashing ,ir had he.wi cheered by tho Bulgarian p. ' of the population, and had rldd-n fit again Bulgarian boys, some In whit" fur caps with red crown., (the distinctive badge of their nationality during Turk jh rulel, were marching In the streets, :ins Ing "Shemn Mnrllza," their iutio.ul song. They had been hiding In the hnut-es for months to escape tho Serbian military service. The proprietor of the Bosnia, who for iho same reason was supposed to out of town, issued from the cellar wi he bad lived for a long time, a secret ar-ri hj every one in Monastlr. Includ ..' tl- Serbian otllcl.ils. who nightly playe-t domino In the oafo 0fr hrat, H made on- tin ir bills from tho cellar. The tablecloth.-, in the same C.lfe veers washed. It takes somethli.t; k i change of Uivt niincnt to g. t this dp. nod ucv.-r had it h.-ipi.tud before o niter, and .-very Bulgarian ymputh v whu hail a gun wont out and shot It " It was much mote dangerous tl,u , battle Tliete wns no front and no r They shot In everv direction. A I, plunked perllou-dy near one of the r ' Cross Interpretert, standing on steps of Ihe clinic You could hen steady plug of somo would-be pi- firing over the roof. H waN a Kood time to settle old if you shot any one you could down as ,i mlntako or an excess - f cent rejoicing. Mlrts Mitchell and I dodged r-. . down tho street and stood in t .- . our lio.sen pressed against the ra ; ' the Obstlnn (the clt hall) 1 te . children viewing a partj. Ilalunrtiui. -Without llni.li. Several motors drove up. H ofllcers got out and went up i -They were qultn a elifferei t t- -tho Serbians, fat most ,,f tb, s mutid. sleepy, brown f.nis T'i, v Ilea- uniforms of ,i light to!- i.-i . had fur collars that we rnvie,, bu had no Individuality of femr, . nothing of the dash that af-r the Serbs we associated w i - n Balkan. Tlie two Germans n.th Co . .- -ofllcers In high fur hats, we . j more the typo of dashing s.,' , i could see thoy thought the ' a great bore, and the Bulganais i" n all the sort of persons thev would ,ar to le seen associating with p The were the German eq i.nsianu s smart cavulrj, ' Haw brigade" .. .. As wc clung to the rai. ntr .w across a sea nf red. tho sr . solidly packed with people, mn Ing the fez the Serbian e.ip-i ' appeared like magic and i spare. In the centre, four nc hind the other, solemnh circle. Civilian otllclals, with the . poua undertakers, would dH-c -time to time In dilapidate! disappear Into the ohst Ma cart brought tho Serbian - r, , which during tin stay w. . placed by any others S rl --s them Into the Obstlna gar.:.- . them In a corner. The nlllcers came ou n.1 Steps again The people n cheered feebly. Mnn.Kfir w Bulgarian. ISee the oftlcl.il repnr-- -b fell That's the way a n-,n ' t'optrlpht by the t hi r SfcCONL) STREET