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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HEKALD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER M, . WO.
HEW QUAKE CAUSES ALPS AVALANCHES Fcvornl Alpine Villages Ibo luted and Dcutli and in jury Arc Iloporfctl, VOLCANO OKATKK OI'KXS IIcm'Iio rnrllcfl Find Hnvoc Moro WWciireinl Tlmn at First Tiullcatcd. fly Iht .(s.nclKfs 'if. , UiiNRVA, HwHsirmml, 8clt, 10. A se cro rnrlli'iunKo "booli the southern pes of Ihe HwIch nnd Italian AM'" y i nlay from Mnnio Ilft to llomlnn ' , causing iivnliini'lirH, Thn nlioclt v h iiiwiiipanli.il by Htxivy (tnowfnllu iind , crni Alplnw vlll nro Mated, i .r persons urn reported to havu wen i ted nml nutny Injured, HiiuhiiT Mioclts nM worn nporlcd In i Hwiss Alps around Zermntt Ami I'""' resinn, but thoro wern no cnmialtlei. flu ffi Antatlatfd rsss, Homi:, Hept. 10. Kiirtliili!ikii shocks , .ntinue, niuslmr morn victim among iim rentiers owing to falling masonry. Trwlny there worn uliocicn n for south nn c"ino, near Naples, Apparently mere mis no serious damage nor vie i. iii, lut tlio shocks produced great miiI" nmoiiK tlio -population, wnlcli re' .jileil tin experienced In tlio earthquakes of 1115. olrnnle crnter Ims suddenly opened "i the top or l'ltio irucollo, n mountain . i3 feet high, ubout nine mlleN north. mi (f Hpexlft. It lit loented on what niipenn to bo tho northwest rornii.1 of mo tunnel snaxen py Tuesday morn irs' enrtlmuuko, which resulted In the ii s of liundrudB of Uvea In tho region just north of Florence, A telegram "omi Speiln stated the crater l nnitllntr mioke nnd sulphurlo fumes nml that Nitlsta there attribute tlio volcanic . uturcsk to the earthquake. Uv the Atiocinttd 'rcn, Kivihano, Italy, Bept. 9, Survivors ii Tuccilwy morning's earthquake, which .id the onco flourishing mid cheerful ' nn of Klvltznno In mine, aro n tho jri ),im coining to roalUo more nnd re the extent of the calamity that : licfiillcn them, nnd they eem stupel- "il with the horror of tho disaster. Tim work of rcscuo went on nil Inst i.ieht, nnd doctors, annltury assistants, illors from tho Itnllan dreadnought ivour, students, nurses and volunteers ' to themselves out In their efforts to lii Inn comfort to ns nmny sufferers an ' uMllile, Motor lorries nro beginning to it' rive regularly, bringing cooked food i ml tooli for the men engaged In tho vork of excavation, l'ortnblo ovens are i ng net up, since tlicro la baldly a I . standing In tho city. As In former earthquake), some I. milieu liavo been rescued nlmoit with i .it injury from the ruin of their homes, v hllo In other esses every Inmuto of A'mttered dwellings was killed, One llttlo c'ri, whom nobody recognizes, wanders about the (own with her frock torn nnd n-ars running ilown her beirlmod face, Mking plleounly for ".Mama mla," fihe pongibly h it child of vlsltom ben for tlio summer neuson, and was plnylnir lu a Held when the earthquake came. Her family wns probably wiped out. ho cannot tell where she lives and Knows only that her nnmo Is 'Tllm,'' mid that slip cume hero with her father, mother nnd little brothers. FIUME NOW REGENCY UNDER D'ANNUNZIO Fealty to Italy Prdclaimcd by Leader. IiV Hie Amoctattd Prct). Fii'mb, Sept. 9, Tho ceremony of IwlmmlnB the "Italian Iteecncy of Ouarnero" took place to-day beforo the Mluu In the presence of D'Annunzlo's l'lonnrles nU tho townspeople, D'An. minilo, as head of the now State, took ne following oath: "I. Gabrlclo d'Annunxlo, First IyBlon-ai-y of the LcBlon, proclaim the Italian HCKency of quarncro, I swear on this tiered banner of youth, on this relic of iierolo blood, nnd on my soul that I will lontlnuo to flght with evory force nnd nery arm until my' last breath ngnlnst verybody nnd uverythlng that this Ital ian enll nny forever bo united to Italy." D'AnnunzIo addrese.d his soldiers nnd ' i m liumro tuklns the oath, nsklns iei' If they desired to adopt tho new nii-Utiitlon, which, ho sold, he wns obliged to submit to them beforo Sep ' nibcr 12, owfntr to certain news ho had '"flved from Paris. The populscij ro- Ivcd the announcement with afllrma ' iv" applause. D'AnnunzIo then said: ' I nrorhlm this necency ns tho de voted and armed Interpreter of free will, i'Imm.mI by ncclnmatlon by a majority or the sovereign peoplo In Flume In Par liament assembled, from this balcony, licio win announced tho liberation of the lty on September 12, 1919, and whoro many times was confirmed tho tTiml will of Flume toward tho mother country." I-o.vnotf, Sept. 10. Capt. dabrtclo d Annunzlo,. who yesterday proclaimed the "Itnllan Republic of Quarncro," has summoned a constltuant assembly to meet In six weeks, snys a Milan des I'Stch to tho London Times. The D'An imnzlan troop have taken tho oath of fealty to tho new republic. It Is said. MENOCAL ACCUSED AS CUBAN DESPOT Protected Criminals, Head of Liberals. Says IUvan-a, Cuba, Sept 10. Char&os nt President Menocal has' "Interfered w"h the electoral machinery of Cuba" and Indirectly "protected perpetrators of "Imlnal acts" arq preferred In n letter Jo the President made public last nlRtit '' Fnustino Gucrra, president of tho Ubernl party. The reply of tho Cuban ' met Kxecutlvo to Qucrra'a letter, which bo was mado public, denied tho charses and declares that any further I'tters from Oncrra to the President '"lut be couched In more moderate lan KMifo It they are to recelvo considera tion. In aiblltlon to "publicly exorcising "ry kind of pressure to force tho Con "rvatives to resign their Just asplra tlors," Gucrra alleges President Mono ,j1 .ippolntcd hla personal counsel as 1 hief Justlco of tho Supremo Court ot 1 uba 1'resl.lent Slenocal, replying ".'n spite thr insolent nnd menacing" tone of the Hu. iienC3 inspiring modlrtcatlon f' tho I'rowder law, but points to the ' Uted States as furnUhlnc an example of tho right of a President to uso Ills miluorire to obtain passage of laws lmcl of 'beneilt. and accuses tho Llb waU f taking advantage of Its provi sions , coalosco with other groups. I Ion Hooker Ald G. 0. P. II ' won, Me., Sept 10. Radical agl 'aitcn and the preaching of class con 'loiuness were conde&ned by Elon H. Hooker of Now York In a tour of Aroos 'wk county to-day In behalf of the "'Publican candidates in the Malno fctato campaign. ir- ttt: v Quake Caused by Sinking ,of Earth, New Theory "RERUN, Sept, 0, Tho BoUmo grnplilc utntlon t Jena bu KcsLh iib tho ponnlblo causa of tho Italian earthqunko a ttlnklnff of tho enrth nloncr tho mountains horderlnf? tho Clulf of ,Qono, Hxnurtfl thero nay it Indicates a niRMlvo caving zono in the cnrUi'n crust, FLORENCE, Itnly, Sept, 0. Minor oarthquaito Hliockn which huvo boon felt nlnce tho iIIhus. trotla tremor of Tuesday mornlnpr In tho dovastatod zono north or thin city indfeato tho dlHturbanco Ih suliHidlnflf, according to Father Alfnnl, director of tho oboervA tory horo, "The bbockn In tho presont case," ho declared, "nru to bo considered iib good omons ns ln dlcatlnif tliat no serious recur rence of tho earthqunko may bo expected," KEEP OUT OF RUSSIA IS SWEDISH ADVICE ConunlsHlon Iloprcfioiitlne; tho MotAl 'J'rades Tells Workers to Stay A.way. tVASiHNOTON, Sept, 10, -- RwedUh workers liavo been ndvled against emi grating to Itiimla by a committee rep resenting the Swedish inetnl tradM which went to Iliuala Inst May to In quire Into labor conditions thero with n view to the emigration of 6,000 skilled Swedish workmen. The committee In Its report, published yesterday In Stockholm and received to day by the Htnto Department, declared It found the llrlannk district ot ltutsla wholly unsuitable for colonlintlon, as sanitary conditions were unsatisfactory und food scarce, with little prospect of Improvement. Industries In the Ural region, the com mltteo reported, nro "deplorably mis manuffcd, many mines fufl of water, factory equipment stolen and tho people uputhotlo und despondent." Efforts to rench agreements with tho Dolshovlkl authorities In Moscow, the committee reported, wcro unsatisfactory In their results. In warning workers against going to Itussla tho committee suld: "If any should want to defy the dim cullies and go to Itussla wo deem It proper to warn them, "In Moscow wo had great difficulties In seeking to repatriate workers whd had emigrated singly or In crounn to Ilussln, many of them having been ani mated with enthusiasm for the struggle of tho Husslan people, "Thero nro still some fifteen Swedish workers In Petrograd hopelessly longing for home. Their enthusiasm has sub sided In, the face of the organizational mcnpai'ity or tha responsible Institutions nnd persons In Itussla. What they hnvo suffered over thero It Is our' duty to see that no others will have to endure," The Itolshevlk authorities In Petro grad, according to lialtlc advices re ceived by tho Sato Department today, regard civilians who seek foot! for them selves ns "food speculators," and tho extraordinary commission, vested with absolute powers, has adopted n merciless policy In Ueullng with such cases. A sentenco of three yours at hard lubor Is threatened by tha Soviet to all per sons found carrying as much as a pound of potatoes for their own use. The markets and fooU shops of Petro grad nro kupt closed by order of thi Holshevlk nuthorltles, nnd smuggling of food supplies Is common, The' food situation In Petrograd Is described as steadily growing worso. Capital punUbment has been evoked under tho arbitrary power of tho Soviet to deal with spies, and thosa charged with counter revolutionary activities and even thoso charged with being "con firmed upoculatorn" and "thlovcs;" Pens, ants who sock to recover grain requisi tioned from them by tho Soviet Gov ernment nro punishable with death, and other offciices with Imprisonment at hard labor. A small amount of bacon smuggled Into Potrograd wns recently put on sale thero at 8,000 rubles a pound, the advices state. SEES MEXICAN OIL MUDDLE END Ifuertn'a ISiiYoy Promlsrn Justice ( American Producer. Washington, Sept. 10. An ultimate settlement of the petroleum controversy botween tha Mexican and United States QovernmontH satisfactory to both coun tries Is expected by Dr. Alyaro Torres Diaz, recently appointed Mexican Minis ter to Brasll, now In Washington on his wny to his new post. Dr. Diaz, who waa confidential agent In Washington ot tho revolutionary movement that overthrew Presldont Cilrrnnzn, said : "I am convinced that a satisfactory agreement based upon a reasonable and sound Interpretation of tho law will ultimately b reached. President de la Jluerta has no dealro to Inflict imposi tion of nny eort on foreign Interests, and only wishes to safeguard the rights .of Mexico und prevent speculative exploita tion, Tho oil Interests in this country may feel absolutely euro of Justice, though In Mexico, as In the United States, It requires time to adjust matters of such great Importance," PARAGUAY HAS MONEY CRISIS. President Uondra Ilecoramcnda fiorerttuient Loans to Hank. Asuncion, Sept. 10. Paraguay Is suf fering what Is dcscrlbod by President Gondra In a message to Congress as an ' ncuto monetary crisis. This, he says, j has been caused by "tho general ; economlo depression, the Immobility ot current banking accounts, tho elevntton of prices, tho recent suspension of the Bank of Spnln In Paraguay and the sud den contraction of credits." The President recommended author ization to tho Government to issuo 30, 000.000 pesos currency with which to make loans to banks for six months to 1 ... . 1 , 1. - HUB mcin uvur uiu vuais. iuiikii;oo sanctioned tho proposal last' night U. S. SHIP WRECKED IN SPAIN. Ihe Stboney, From Nut York, Likely to De n Total Lost. London, Sept 10. Tho American steamer Slboney Is aground In the har bor of Vigo, Spain, nccordlng to a Lloyd's despatch filed yestorday. ' Tho foro part of the vessol Is resting on the rocks and It Is feared sho will be a total loss. Passengers nre being landed. The steamer Slboney sailed from New York on August 14 for Havana, steam ing eastward later, arriving on August 31 at Tenerlffe. Then sho sailed for Bilbao, Bantander and Vigo. The Sl boney was built In Philadelphia In 191S and was 423 feet long and 60 feet wide. Her gross tonnago was 7,05:. LITHUANIANS DEFY POLISH ULTIMATUM Kofiifio to WItlldi'ftw Their Military Forces to .tlio Foch Llndfl, NEW WARSAW TUKKA'J) Pcnco Terms to 'Ho Sent to Sovlols Will Ilo Decided Upon To-day, flu i ,tirtiilfil rm: Wahsaw, Hept, 9 (delyd),--A note has been received by tlio Polish Foreign Office from Mthuunla refusing In with draw the Lithuanian forces to tho Foch lino, but nuking that a conference be held In Marlninpol, situated on tbn de markatlon line, ' At the clnsA of tn-nlghl'M conference or the Council of Ministers tho secre. lary of Foreign Minister Sapleha an nounced that the Poles had replied, de mundlng withdrawal of tho Lithuanians without further discussion, Provided tho withdrawal could be effected, the secretary said, n conference would bo held with the Lithuanians concerning boundaries, but not otherwise, The Lithuanians, ho ndded, must also guar nntoe not to bo friendly with Oermany nnd Soviet Itussla nt the oxpensa. of Poland, Tho Council of Ministers also r.onsld. rred tho I.'krnlulnn Munition to-night, but n decision wiih reached. The peace terms to be offered Soviet nutria will Anally bo decided by tho Council ot De fence to-morrow. It Is learned tho president of the Po lish peace delegation has been selected, but Ills name has not as yet been mado public, It Is believed that M. Dombskl, who headed the delegation sent to Minsk, will not hold a similar poMtlon nt Itlga, and there nro hints In offlclal quarters that M. tlrabskl, leader In tho J'onsn Diet, or Prince Snploha may bo selected, lirniimnm. rrlmnn Hfnt. 1(1. flMl, Pl.M. rntttmiinillnir thn First Cavalry division of (len. Wrangel's army, was killed bofore. Kahovka while leading ft .IMurlirm.nt In a ilnrmlnir attack on tllO city. Two other cavalry flenerals were wounded in the same operation, SOVIETS LOSE 3,300 MEN AND FOUR GUNS Poles Advance Lines and Oc cupy Six Towns. flv the Anociilttd J'rf, WAnsAW, Sept. 9 (delayed). The IVOMi ..Tint nn thn northeastern front delivered a series of successful attacks upon the Russians to-day anil tooK 3,300 prisoners, four guns nnn two nrmnrcil trnlnir Tlifl Polcfl advanced their lines, occupying Kuznlca, Just south of Orndnn, and five other towns. A BolshtiTtk counter nttnek was repulsed and tho Poles advanced ngaln, dispersing seven Sovlot Infantry regiments. The communliiuo from Polish head quarters, In wnlcli tho foregoing opera tions aro reported, snys there was no change In ibo sltuntlou In tho Suwalkl sector. IONtON. Sept. 10. Stubborn fighting Is proceeding between Huslnn Soviet forces nnd the troops of Hen. Wrangcl In tho Orlekhov region of thn Crimean sector, say the official statement Issued In Moscow Thursday and received here to-day by wireless, On other sections of thn front the statement claims suc cesses for the Soviet arms. Tho state ment says: "In tho Grodno region fighting Is oc curring east of Novo Dvor and north of Kuznltin. Wo have repelled an enemy attack. on Blclovlczh. "In the Urest-Lltovak region fighting Is proceeding In the region of the Ja blnda station. In tho Vlndlmlr-Volyn-ski region the enemy attempted to cross ot the right bank of the Western Bug, but his attempts am being frustrated, In the Kogatln region (lo the southeast of Lembcrg) ns a result of our attack the enemy was defeated and suffered considerable looses. "On the .Crimean front, In the Orle khov region, stubborn righting Is pro ceeding," Constantinople, Sept. 9. Russian Bolshovlk forcos nre being concentrated to make n desperate effort to recapture Kokova, an Important town on tho south sldo of tho Dnieper River, forty-five miles nbovo Kherson, beforo tho fall rains deepen tho mud nnd mnke a cam paign Imposslblo. PEASANT REPUBLIC FORMED IN SIBERIA Started in Altai Region With War Council. flu thi Associated I'retii. IUnniN, Sept 9 (delayed), Advices from West Siberia to-day announce the formation of a peasant republic In the Altai region, with a war council com posed of tho military chiefs and three civilians. Sornlpalatlnsk, In Russian Central Asia, Is under control af a band known ns Alass tribesmen, who are cooperat ing with the peasants and military. Tho latter nre headed by Gen. Sherbakoff. A membor of the First Duma, M. Bukel hsnoff, hnn been chosen President of the Alass tribe. Cossacks rule In Semlryetchensk, to the south of Semlpalntlnsk, with repre sentatives of tho Kirghiz tribesmen, Gen. Sherbakoff having charge of the troops at Ataman. Tho Alass tribes men at Akmolmsk are organizing Turgal province nnd cooperating with the Oren burg Cossacks nnd peasants. TARSUS BESIEGED; GARRISON IN PERIL St. Paul's Birthplace Under Turkish Investment. By tht .tioriafe! Pre.i. CoNBTANTiNOrLB, Sept. 10. Tarsus, tho birthplace of St. Paul, which Is lo cated about twenty miles southwest of Adana, Is being besieged by the Turks, and tho French garttaon and the 26,000 Inhabitants of tho place aro short of food, according to a letter received lion from Prof. Paul Nllson, who is In charge of St Paul's Institute there. Thousands of leaflets warning Turk ish Nationalists th&t If they do not yield, ureex lorces win occupy wonsianunopie are being distributed through Anatolia by Tdrklsh Government airplanes. British-Indian troops which have formed tho garrison at Ismld, but who have been relieved by Greek forces, are leaving for Mesopotamia, where Arab tribesmen nro engaged In scattered out breaks against the British. Spanish Hoclnllsts Join Ileds. Rarcslona, Sept. 10. Marcellno Do rnlngn, leader of the Socialist group In the Cortes, and his followers havo de Ided to adhere to tho Third Internation ale at Moscow vlthout reserve and also to unlto with tho Syndicalists. Germans' Paper Suits Alarm Argentina Tailors T3UEN0S AIRES, Sept, 10, An nnnouncement thqt ft ehlp mont of 600,000 paper cults nro duo In nuonoH Aires, next week from Germany nnd that they will bo aM nt tliroo pesos (about $2,00) n suit Iibh caused (tome itlnrm In the clothing trndo, uc cording to the nowapapors, La Epoca predicts that tho pnlo of the paper (rnrmcntn will bo unsuccessful, ns men of Argentina will not wear such cheap clothing, NUNS TO AID BOY ON HUNGER STRIKE Proofs of Innocence Said lo Have Been Obtained. flu Is tiirlilf(t Press. Come, Sept, 10, The fatlmr of Sean Ilennessy, the nlneleen.year-nld lad who I on n hunger strike In Cork Jail, con sented to-day to jmnnlt thn nuns to try to keep him nllvn until It Is possible to present to the Government proofs of hla Innocence, Theso proofs, It Is asserted, huvo been obtained, Tho nuns, under direction of the Gov ernment's physician, nre endeavoring to ameliorate Ilonnewsy's rond tlon. The physician to-day told tha correspondent mat not only ilennessy but Michael Ilurke, Michael O'ltellly and Donovan wero In nn extremely critical condition and that It wan problimiitlcn! whether the lives of any of them could bn saved, oven If they wero released Immediately, A despatch to thn Westminster (lorttta from Dublin says It Is reported that the pollco In Tullow, County Carlow, where a constable was shot dead yesterday, shot up the town Inst night nnd that during the troubln a number of buildings were set nn lire. At midnight there were terrifying scenes In tho town und some of tho Inhabitants loft the place nnd spent tne nignt in tho open country, When the Coroner arrived Thursday to hold nn Inquest over tho body of the ronstahlo none of tho Jurors who had been summoned obeyed the call. BRITISH LABOR PAPER GETS BOLSHEVIST BID Asks Its Readers Whether It Should Accept 78,000 Pounds. Lonpon, fitpt. 10. Admission was modi' this morning by the UtraW, organ of lnbor, that It has In Its possession (7G.O00 of "HoUhevIk gold," tho news paper stating thn money Is being hold pending n decision hy tho shareholders ns to whether It should ho need. Tho opin ion (if renders ns to tho acceptance of tho money Is nsked by tha newspaper, which publishes the admission on Its II ret page under glaring headlines, Charges that tho Russian Soviet Government was subsidizing newspapers In other coun tries for tho purpore of carrying on propaganda wero published hero last month, and the lltrahl was named as one Journal which had received money from tha Bolshevlkl. Tho newspaper refers to the Soviet funds as "n magnificent demonstration of renl working clans solidarity and of whut Russians mean by International ism," 'To accept It," says the Herald, "will bo to complete a notable episode In In ternational Socialism. Tho Increasing cost of pnvlurtlon and the political shy ness of advertisers mnke It necessary for us nt once to double the prlro of this paper If this money Is not accepted." LONDON GETS HARRISS PLAN FOR TRAFFIC iV. Y. Signal System, Though Not Likely to Be Adopted. Sltctal Cable Ilenpnrrft fo Tim BrN and Nnv YdlK'lIlriUUi. CopvrtgM, iHtO, by Tils Hl'N and NiW Yf m ic Haul ii. Lo.npon, Sept. 10. London Is wonder ing whether ono of her' most human touches tho wnrnlng hand of a police man In traffic centres will bo replaced by the system of flash signals which has been adopted for use at somo of New York's busiest corners, Dr.'John Hnrrlss, Deputy Pollco Commissioner of New 'York, has been hero making sug gestions, mid while n high official of the Trafflo Department of Scotland Yard said that Dr. llnrrlss ha'd closoly stud led tho congested corners hero and his suggestions had been given n trial, It was Incorrect to Bay that tho flash sys tem would be adopted. "We are always prepared to receive suggestions from any ono anywhere, and even promised to glvo the flash system a fair trial," ho said. "Dr. Harriss sug gested Trafalgar Square as n test place. This placo admirably Illustrates certain objections to his system for London, I believe. Our traina policemen nre suc cessful because they nro picked for "their knowledgo of human naturo. "Fleshes work well enough nt ft four ways crossing, but Trafalgar Squaro trafllo circulates In every direction. It Is obvious that no flath thero can com pete with the human brain." Many American residents of London believe, however, that New York's ays torn would menn un Improvement over the one''now In effect here. K. OF C. DELEGATES HEAR TALK BY FOCH Attends Luncheon Given Americans in Paris. Pat.ih. Sept. 10. Marshal Foch was nmong tha speakers at a luncheon given to tho Knights of Columbus delegation to-day by Frederic Francois, Marsal, "the Minister of Finance. The function was held nt tho FInarco Ministry. Looking straight across tho room at Judge Klbcrt H. Gary. Marshal Foch de clared tho great French Bteel Industries nt Brley and Thlonvlllo would bo reor ganized. Questioned later regarding any aid he might bo rendering In the reestablish mcnt of tho French steel Industry, Judge Gnry nald ho would make, a full state ment upon his return to America in threo weeks. SPANISH CONVENTS ASK AID. I'nnble to Ilrnr Constant Hlsc In Cost of Llrlnir. Madrid, Sept. 10. A call for help has been sent out from convonta and mon asteries In Spain, which find they aro unnblo to bear the constant rise In tha cost of living. There aro moro than 6,000 of these Institutions In tho country, to which, on taking tho vowfj, nuns and monks pay. sums ranging from S00 to 5,000 pesetas. In recent years the lower figures have been general, since most ot those entering tho Institutions have be longed to the poorer classes. Subscriptions nro being raised among aristocratic families In ordr tn pri-lt the various communities to balance their accounts, which hnvo breti il ieit tho trebling of prices of rlnf-'ig food, which constltuto virtually their only expenses. LABOR REFUSES AID TO MRS. MACSWINEY English Trades Union Con gross Fears Slio Will Urffft Direct Action, atiVYOn IN (1IU5AT PAIN irnngor Striker Now Enters Upon Inst RtnrjoH With lie Borvo Practically Gone, lonpon, Hept, 10, The flasllo League's liufletln, Issued Into this even ing, nays i "Lord Mayor Macfiwlncy gruwfl weaker, lie suffers much puln, but his mind Is perfectly clear," This In thu twenty-ninth day of the lort1 Mayor hunger strike, Mary Mao- f!wlney, slater of the prisoner, when leaving the prison this afternoon told the newspaper men that tier brother wns able to speak to her this morning. He nsked her what day It was, "When I said It was Friday, the 10th," said Miss Macflwlney, "Terence Midi 'It Is thn beginning of the fifth week of my hunger strike,'" lUferrlnir to her visit to Portsmouth yesterday, Miss MncHwInay said the labor officials at the Trades Union con gress definitely refused to give her ft hearing, Hho was told by nn official that thn congress could not help her, and she said sho thought they were iifrald of her urging direct action for tho purpose ot obtaining the Lord May or's rnl ease, "I did not want tn urge direct ac tion," Miss MncHwIncy declared, "I desired only to have threo minutes of plain talk with tha representatives of six and n half millions of working peo ple of England, I wns told that If a strlka wns called to-morrow they would not bn iiblo to got u hulf million men to leave work," 'Mayor MaeHwIney Is entering the danger Mngo of his fust," ono of the physicians In Guy's lnpltnl, n recog nized authority on metabolism, nn Id to day, "Observation of previous caseH of thn snmo nature has taught that at tha end of four weeks' abstinence from food n man b.'glns tn draw on his Inst re serves of potential energy, so that un less thu Ionl Mayor resumes eating any day may bring collapso nml tho end." Tho physician deelnred he thought It extremely unlikely that nourishment In the form of soluble protein wns be ne placed In the prisoner's drinking water. as except In nn almost negligible quan tity its presenco would easily bn de tected. "Tho fact that the prisoner In taking water,' added tho physician, "for- titles him to n considerable degree," PflnraMnl'TII. Hm-lnnrf Un, 1ft -.., MM . V. Dlirlnir thin tnnrnlnir'u npAAAlfaivM nt tho Trades Union Congress a delegate asked If n reply had been receives! from tho aovomment to tho telegrnni sent iV ihn I'nnirrANa ilmnnmllni. tlt r.la... of Lord Mayor MnrHwIney. Thu prcsl- ueni hi uie congress answered in tne negative and declined to ncccdo to tho delegate's request to hnvo tho subject Introduced, pointing out that tlw only resolution the congress could pas would be one In favor of a "down tools" policy. This mnttttp. fhn nr,!i!nt,1j.r,lfi(,V wnm not on the ngenda of tlio congress nndj inereioro mo congress wns not compe tent to discuss such a resolution. Tho congress supported tho president's ruling. 27,000 GERMAN GUNS GONE. t " OiiIj- 0,000 llnnuiln to Ilo De stroyed Under Trent)-. London, Sept 10. Report Is mado by the Allied Commission of Control In Germany that tho surrender and de struction of German arms nnd munitions us provided for In tho Treaty of Ver sailles Is proceed Ins In an entirely sat isfactory manner, especially with regard to guns, which aro being destroyed nt tho rate of 1,000 weekly. To date tTto total gun.1 destroyed numbnr 27,000. Six thousand still remain. As to concealed rifles, tho commis sion's report says tho Government Is carrying nut the Spa agreement and Is offering rewards for such rlflos. There Is no, reason to suppose that war ma terial Is being manufactured without tha commission's knowledge, adds tho re port Fnvnr Undlna Ntnte Church Plan. rnAOUR. Sept. 10. The OteeJto-fllo- rnfcla announces positively thnt.itlio pco- nlo havo consented to a separation of church nnd stoto In Czechoslovakia, but says tho Pontiff does not deslro the mat ter discussed in the Legislature. .Mgr. Mlcara, tho Papal Nuncio, nccordlng to tho newBpnpcr, was to present his cre dentials September 9. 564-560 am.568 3fiftll THE ,1MlLOIi AADL SUET IS SroNSOlrlp EM PA$JS AS mi WRST 01? AUTUAN NE-EBS Modeled from ihe Paris and American successes Read) for service or made lo measure. for, the young lady just going off to school. for the young lady in the city or, in the country or, for sports wear. for the Matron who wants something smart--beauti-ful elegant. Gidding Tailor Mades are the acme of Good Taste, Fashion, Fihe Workmanship and Perfection of Detail; ' i Prices are never higher most tinwss lower quality for quality than at best tailoring ahop(.. PERU TO BE PAID FOR HER LOST PROVINCES TnentvArlca Dlnputo Imported Settled, Olillo Affrcelnjr to QIvo 0,000,000, AGIU5TCMUNT IS DOUBTED Peruvian Ambassador Denton Jfonotory Settlement Ifnn Peon Jfndo, flncNos Ainzs, flept, 10, Klnal settle ment of tho Taena-Arlcfi question, which has been considered the most serious menace to Houth American peace, through the payment by Chile to Peru of M.OO'O.OOO ban been virtually greed upon, according to a despatch to day to la Nation from Santiago, allot Incr flnntielnl nir1 fllnlmnfttln nurrsi. The message declares that following the Bolivian revolution, which resulted In mnhlllinf Iftn nt tltH armies of Chile and Peru and threatened hostilities be tween the two countries, President Wil son suggested n conference of reprosen- lluna nf linlh nflHnnn. nffflrlllff till! USO of the gunboat Tacomii, which wns n the Bay or uaiwo, lor we conuuev u thu negotiations. On acceptance of thl nrnnnaltlftii lv 1nrll mntlMICB tllO llfl spiiteh, Child sent Dr. ,1'ima llorno, who wlien Chilian Minister or rorumn fairs had tried to effect ft settlement, U nw,i lit Tlnoiiillfttt st (tin (ffl ( IHVVl WlMfllell llivs)nn'ni As ft result of conferences extending nve r three .weeks, nans mo nespnicn, u Is roported Pern ngreed to renounce her rights to tho provinces of Tncnn and Arlcn, nnmil the Misting treaties Ing those provinces upon receipt of the sum mentioned and enter Into n recip rocal commercial trenty with Chile. U'laiimnmu Merit, lfl ItenOrtS of ft settlement of the Tncna-Arlcn dispute betweon Chile and Peru lacked con- tlrnmtlon here to-day, umciam ox- ,,nil.) ,1m, nnv eltlellient COUld be proposed to which Peru would agree that did not Include Bolivia, Thp reports of u settlement also are rfniihtn.l In illnlnmslln olrflt'H. and from Peruvlnu oindnl circles It was learned that the people of Peru vould not ac cept money for tho disputed provinces, It Is known that overtures have been made by Chilean officials to pay Peru for tho provinces, nut tneso purrs nnvo I.,, -a,iiia,i 1,v. liArni'lrin rifllelnlH. Chil ean dlp'lnmatlo oinclalH mild they had not heard of nny sum nettiemeni nn mm conveyed In the cablod despatches, Ibnnhatlo denial of cjibled reports from Buenos Aires that the Peruvian and C'hllenn Governments had renched a, settlement of tho controversy between them for 'final possession of the terri tories of Tucnn and Arlcn on ft monetary basis was made hero last night by F. A, Pezct, the Peruvian Ambassador. Ambassador Pezot said ho bad no knowledge of reported Intervention by President Wilson In which ft conference between representatives of tho two coun tries was suggested, After tho defeat of Peru by Chllo In tho war of 1870-83 the provinces of Tnrnii nnd Ar ca were ceded provision ally to Chllo by reru,' with the under stand na- that af er ten years a pieniS' cite should be hold to determine whether thev should revert to Peru. This pleh- Isclto has never been held, and hc conflicting clnlms for the provinces have been for many yearn a sourco ot fric tion botween the two nations. Tho sltuntlon became complicated within the past year by n movement on the part of Bolivia tn obtain nccrss to tho sea by getting from cnuo tne port ot Arlcn In Arlca province. SOVIET NAMES DELEGATES. Joffn Ilrnds Humlnn Mrmners to Trrat With Poles nt Ulan. London Hept 10. Soviet Russia's delegation tn the forthcoming Russian Polish conference nt Riga vlll be headed by Adnlph Joffn, former Russian Am bassador to Germany, Three ot tho other members will he M, Ibolcnskl, Manullskl and Krnpf, Two experts, Prof. Bagolepoff nnd M. Novltskl, and three secretaries will accompany the delegates. Tenants to Protest In Unit Itlnsr. Ohanada, Hpaln, B6pt. 10, Farmer tenants of tha Duke of Wellington wlil holda meeting In tho bull ring hero to morrow to protest against their expul sion from the Kuente Vntaueros ostate, whero n thousand families have held liases for .moro than a century. Thoy sny that their nppeuts to thn Duko of Wellington In Ireland apparently havo been fruitless. The farmers declined to accept conditions of tennncy Imposed by tho stewards of the estate. Awitue. 46T"Nt 47T5TS CRUISER PITTSBURG SOON TO BE 'AFLOAT Grounded Vessel Reported in No Danger, Washington; Hept, 10, The nrmored cruiser I'ltlsburg, ngrounil In the Baltic fles, Hires miles off tho Courland port of r.llmu, Is In no "Immediate danger," although several sections of her double, bottom aro flooded with water, the Nvy Department was ndvlsed (o-day In a de spatrli from Vlce-Admlral Huuo, on board the Pittsburg, Tlio report said (he cruiser, which grounded on ft rocky shoal while pro needing along the coast trom Danzig to Itevnl, wan In 81 feet of water and that nn attempt would be made In float the vessel with lighters If she was unable to get free under her own power, Wentner conditions wern reported ss foggy, with only a light wind, Naval officers said the conditions wern favor- nble for refloating with great difficulty or ueiuy, ITALY WANTS FltENOlT HELP, M u oil Importation Pinned on fllo. llttl-Mlllernnd Meeting. ItOMU, Sept, 10, Much Importance Is placed In the meeting of Premiers (Jlo llttl nnd Mlllersnd nt Alx-los-IUIns, France, nnd newspapers hem declare It will, perhaps, be mora Important than that nt Lucerne, where Nlgnor Olollttl met Premier Moyd George, Italian and'' French publlo nnlnlon und thu press of both countries bad shown susceptibility lately rolntlve to thn attitude of the re speotlvn countries, nnd It Is declared It Is highly desirable Unit this Sentiment should be dissipated, "Italy desires to return with France to n frank and slneern brotherly rela tion," says the Tribimn, "This would occur Immediately If France gavo us In these days tangible proof of her friend ship by netual help, for Instanco, In solv ing tho Adrlntla question nnd nmellorat-. 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