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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION vim: ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEX! . Mi. I tally In ..rrt.-r Mail. . M null single OOptaa, he. EDITION THE WEATHER IS OBSERVED fit' I VI III i; op.l -T. Rest Nov. 14. -New stonieo: j ay MM Tuosd.iv, fair, nt much' :e in temperature. IN III S local t nt i;r RDon For twenty-four hours, ending at' 6 p. m. y-st,rda : Maximum temperature, degrees:! minimum, 11 dear, , m range. 44 ,1c PM; temperature at ti o'clock yes-1 terdav afterHOOH, degrees; north i Wlllus. clear m mill rin nn mm o sh n ULLIIIII I ndlllUII r I Had Hick of lut,. wood, a jug. a knife box. ,, towel box. an. I amka tuba! GHEAT LEADER OF NEGRO RACE IN AMERICA DIES II NEAR USKEGEE 'SIREETEfiHllLE 308 REPORTED Culmination of Al Connection With Coronation i U..LH.U. T-.L Dl. 01 U'MIIIIIIU I ilKUo riOMV IHihouneim; , , , n 'l I lot heaven that Aiiciem aSed laith.n war.' Hhlsrto PMsev Ofr, i the chief ritualist Vuki shrine ami prayer before tin Hunts of 101 uca ci , mat mo cinpot ! personal! offer th sacred IS STORMED B! PERISHED WHEN POLICE; CITADEL SUBMARINE SUNK IS DEMOLISHED STEAMER ANCONA Hal ill, -u 1. 1.. (he vi wn rnimr HlthoHt rt ill UK. th," I .111,1 driven off with Jeers TI i, .pie iv, r, drowned SERBS FALLING BACK STEADILY BEFORE ! OF THE E ADVANCE M to th, Shim, i offered altar, a Hoi Home I om jew Hi FESTIVAL IS ONE OF THANKSGIVING preroon- or, dreaaed In Slum, stume. came into the Yuki shrine the bathing hall through a cor covered with pure cotton cloth reed matting The mattings were ill i, ill, ritualists before the hr prof, eded on his way removed by other rlt Sunday Closing Order Proves Undoing of Famous Chicago, Chaiacter. nn MI ( s II Olt Ol l a nee Alte Escai When lice Is Offered by Spirits of His An and the by Nation, Deities1 spi emperor and rolled .hi I itallata after hi Thus no meml permitted to to i At tho head 0 si, ui milked ih' monies ami the Oatl 1 1 oil uptj ler of the ret! Itch Ihfin with f Hi, imp, 'rial Krand mMter minister ,pf th n tin cere. hold, ami directly in front of th,' em peror a chamberlain walked with tho sacred iword ami Jewel Close behind ins majesty walked a chamberlain who held a huge umbrel la of curious and an, hut shape over unheard, in primitive huts me neu oi ute emperor. Another and reed, Emperor Fashl- chamberlain bald the umbrella's cor- I , feast of sacred rice to nun. vv m il in,- pro, cssion, wrucii in- FOREMOST TEACHER OF COLORED PEOPLE Foundei and President of In dustrial School in Alabama Where He Had Taught for PICTURESQUE CAREER OF SAND BAR SQUATTER fg, tlORNINO JOURNAL IMCUl HHU WISH Kim,, Nov, 14. -Tonight, alone, un was and ,,f that' ll ion, offer. th,. joints of his an, , stors and to the settles of heaven and earth and then hmiHiif partook of the sacred food, Many Japan, s, regard this Ceremon) M ti. culminating ami , blef rite of ince through it the emperor n -cetvei the confirmation of his heredl- larv rlghl to deification. in Japanese the ceremony is called "DeUotal." which, translated, implies, preceded n: manv pic iminnu n-b, in cluding that of yesterday, when pray ers were offered for the loagevity of the imperial house, mul the sending tins morning of imperial messengers to etch of the 1711 shrines throughout eluded the membera of the cabinet In cour' the i costumes, lriue the reai he,! the veranda IVV MOKNINft JOUMNA, IPH 'Al l,AID WIN! Tuskegee, Ala., Nov. 14. Hooker I T Washington, foremoal teacher and; leader of the negro race, died early t,l n at Ins home here, near the Tuskegee institute, ,,f which he was launder and president of the arteries followin Accretions Form Tract of Li Worth' Millions and Capt Streeter Gets Large Si for Lots Sold by Him, HttlHlNA JOUANAL . L,.0 - I "H i IK", Nov. 1 I Stl ,', lei Was invaded, its ruler raptured an Citadel demolished tod.iv after a tO battle on fill'd in laud oM lilt Filill1' Pli'lPfl ' ''aria, Nov. 14. 1 .',n m i So far as I nu i ii miv, ucuocu Tholmi Nelson i;,K,. the American - il,,,j amhaeaador. has bean nii t,, snoei tain from the offlcal reports recelveel i , I through the Italian government and 1 from the British conaula ,i Biierta NINE AMERICANS SAID rnU I cltlaena were on the anoona TO HAVE LOST LIVES , ,'" "FY? -w , i , , and hia wife, and four chU- Idren, Mrs rranceaco Maarolo Lnmura, r.isnuaie Laurlno ami Guteepp Tor- Official Statement From Vien- r "f 'h ""lv Mr- lirell ami rorrial ale am, uik the sur- na Declares 4b Minutes vivorH- I Were Given fm Those en! LABOR COMMITTEES Board to Escape Death, WILL REPORT. TODAY pei ate fighting Is Con tinuous, ANGLO-FRENCH FORCE ACCOMPLISHES LITTLE Russians Are Diiving von Hin denburg From Positions Near Rii and Dvinsk; Process Is Slow, pls-the WOA)N,N iOUAhAk ,', OtilP HIAIi San Kranciaeo, Mm 11 The i rta of vai uuiH committeee win be aid and acted upon tomorrow by lelegatea to the national i ouventmn lal The emperor i hen a ml enter a thr, tslde th and sai ended the ver the hall, took hia pro ided in the in, i shrine. The nd chief rttualial the mattings on 1 around the hall. the souther The crown prince, the princes of the blood, the minister of Stati and other members "f the retinue entered the pavilion provided in the southern yard if the shrine and took their seals. tt(y the spirits of the Next entered the hiKh offic ials of the breakdown, caused after Dr. Washlngl New Vork. Although he had health for several n leader's condition In j last week while h lie then realized tl: nip was determined Hardening nervous death four hours on arrived from "I was bolt) in the all my life in the south, to tile mid he hurled in the Accompanied by Ma wife attired in ancient uid wearing K"id coronation board ceremonial di swords al their soles. I hami of court musicians, Vtute Breaks silence. Suddenly the silence of th was broken by the notes of wed by niKhl flute. Imperial ancestors that tin uraml nar .sl festival whs about to begin. mi another preliminary held In tiic morning wtte the offering "f food Won lie Imperial sanctuary In the ghuakoAsn iiii of ,h' Kioto palace, , rh niberlein and a maid of honor represented the emperor ami empress in inaient costume. Prior, ilso, to the festival proper :iK held a ceremonial dedicated t" ItVlUM the .spirits of the deitlea of kesven ahil esiih u come to their rMhectlVe shrines in the Paijo halls. Then, two shrines, the Vnkl dedicated worship t mine nellies ni neaxen, anil me fiiai shiined al t" th',.-,- .'i earth, were first punnet) j teuuently the memhen ol the Imper SMt thea decorated. Several hundred , redoue ami all dignitaries ami iii'.i.lji :. a'('! u i.i a 1 id'o-j'S tl dtatu:. -,,,, , ),m?-.ii:ii,i ,,r!'.-r, i! obeisance -ol. oePrs alia olll'T dlUIIlta I 1,, as- VI,,.i, ih,. , r,,,, ,, orince m inces of w','r,':the Mood and other male members of lite .).,. imnarlal famllv had entered the Then ware played popular songs of the Yuki district by the court musi cians ancient soncs of felicitation and Joy. When the music was ended the crown prince, princes and prin cesses of the bl,l and bther mem bers of the imperial family offered the deities of heaven en tile Vuki shrine and snh- ntnbled at the waltint; hall. All attired in full ceremonial dreas Jtptnese ladies wearing the .indent '.ourt robes. PHacei Enter ParilfcHi. "fbt i row n prince, princes and rrlnceasea of the blood and other mem- sin of tna imperial family then en Vuki hall there came a procession of ritualists and maiiis-of-honor carry liiiK the sacred food offerings which had been prepared In the Cooking hall. The maids were altired in beau tiful ceremonial rourl robes of bright been in falling onths, the negro am,, serious nn- was in the east. I end was sear, to make the last He had said often have lived J nd expect south." hiH Sec retary ami a pnyeictan, nr. wasamg- MO'B left New York for Tttskegl c at 4 o'clock Kridav aflernooii. Me reached home last glldnighl ami died at 4.40 o'clock this morning, Kit last pub- ; lie appearance was at the National Conference of Congregational church es in New York where he delivered a I, , lure October .5. A widow, three children and lour grandchildren survive. John H. Washington, a brother, is superinten- 1 QSni Ol lliuosuies ;u iuni,, ,,c - I tute. The funeral will be held at Tuske gee institute Wednesday moriuiiK. Bum In Sbier. Dr. Washington was born in slav ery near Hales Ford, Va. After the emancipation nf his no he moved with his iamily to We.-i Yltglnla. When he was able lo scrape toKth j er sufficient money to pay his stage coach fare to Hampton, Va., he en- I tered Qeneral Armstrong's school for i negroes ami worked his way through 'an academic course, graduating In i 1X7.",. Uiter he became ,, teacher in the Hampton Institute where he re-1 shores of Ijike Michigan, almost in the heart of i'hicuio. Th, land which Is I aimed b) ('apt. Qeorge Wcllink'ton Btreetor, is north of the harbor and In the center of the fashionable lake ah.oi , resilience dis trict. Streeti r and his wife came three years ago, when III, ir vessel whs wrecked n ,i bar. Tin sand tilled "i between the wreck ttml the shore until their claim comprised ropcrtj said to be worth millions of dollars. Kiss.giil.ed I nit, d siat- Only While the ,-lty has never admitted Streetcr's title, maiiv purchasers have preferred to make a s'ttlenicnt with lee Mo-NIMAI lOOHNAL ' ' IIASIO WUAll j Koene, m. n (S;M p. m ) Of ten p ne rlcaos who were ,ui board the , 'ic.it -leaniei Mic omi. wlien -he was suiii. in a -iinmarmc mi in,- inniuiiii ,, n. ioa-1. ouij on,- was savea, sorording i no ,,, ,,eio here, Announcemenl to a ntateettent Issued toda) b) the ,,, tma effac4 was mud, tods br) of- ic cmigraiiou olllce. , learned that I'lic i. ii. in also in. that oui ol f lu, ,, ,. . i, i., ,,,i.. i7 pil-sciigel's un, i crew ismi oiilv Hill were saved. VI KTIU N. HLAME IT ALL ON I I Al l N ( 111 w the cemmlt' their recom- .1 that his of to of for (Osatinues' rue" Foer.) nnnrnnil nrnillfl KHhNHhNh PVEGIAWN tered the imvilion t.-moorarilv built and varied colors and each carried n for their reception. Presently the cm- w icker basket containing food offer- ptror came In, followed by his retinue, I Ings ami utensils. Fiv e eight-legged The guard of honor, consisting of tables bearing sake cups, sacred sake risked officers and men from the wine, soup, boiled rice and all the t i Myguard troops, were arrayed OUt-to he tasted by the emperor were then siiir the main gates of the shrines. A j brought In hv ritualists. These prep core of coronation officials proceeded .orations completed, a ritualist beat io the lorll or Shinto gates at the four Miles .if the. ground and took their MM, as the guard of honor. They ore the elegant ccremonlul dress of isehmi courtiers, it consisted of a '''"ii roll of light blue color, un un-' inn garment, a loose tunic with a '""e fain, a sleeveless undergarment, I pair of inner trousers, a pair of tailor trousers and a jeweled bell: a WOW with a broad girdle; a tint 'Miner with arrows; a bow. a pair of hallow dines, and a consecrated sur HM On their heads the guards wore coronet with a pennant of silk gauze ''"l!",l al the back. A doz.en officials dmllar costume took their posts on rlghl ami left of the torlt, com laetlni fascinating picture of an- f lent jHpan. "n a stand were pbice.l sacred shoes "pure gold brocade and bedding with Hered i lothes thereon mad,- of pure BM silk thread. (n small eight Kfged tables were hainboo baskets 'Jjntslning the sacred vestments of 1 ' "Hon. Ritualists then pro- yd i" the two shrines of heaven earth and prepared the seats for 'he reception of the respective groups m l spirits. The si at were arranged ' on- top or on . . Ihinii.. n AGAINST VILLA Naco, Sonora, Is Occupied and nd Infanti ith west :es in malnad until llsl, when he organis ed I he Industrial School for Negroes at Tuskegee, to which he devoted most of his attention during the re maining years of Ills life. The lustltute started in g rented shanty church and today it own-, 500 acres of land in Alabama and has nearlv tail buildings valued at half a million dollars. Booker Taliaferro Washington was i'n near Hales Ford, u., about 59i of African descent: graduate of mil, Ion Institute. Va.. IXTo. A. It, from Harvard university, INB6; IX, D. Dartmouth college, moi. Was teacher at Hampton Institute until elected by state authorities as head of Tuskegee Institute, which he organised ami of which he was presi dent since 1SS1 Writer and speaker On nclal and educational subjects. He Wgl author of Ihe following public. i- tlons: "Sowing ami Reaping," "Up Prom Slavery," "Future of the Ameri (.hi Negro," "Character Building," "Story of My Ufe and Work," "Work lug With Hands, rusketee and Us People," "Cutting the Most into Life," "l,ife of Kredorick Douglass," "The Negro in Business, rim Story of the Negro," "My i,oig,r Education, '' and htm to oic lute the posstbtlK; questioning in court their rlghl Phases. Streeter called the ne land the United Stales dis Lake Michigan." and has ret recognize any authority but the United Slates and has ... weeks. Mayor Thompson's Bunda) n loon dosing order, Sim e the Sunday dosing order. II is said, Streeter bus done a thriv ing busi ness In bottled honr. His shack, which he Christened "The oasis." w.e but a short distance from Lake shore drive and easily accessible In automo bile parties. He was often summoned to court and numerous cases I'm selling MqUOf without a UcjliBO Jjre pending. Last woeh. a ..in." fount hnn guilty on one charge, but he took an appeal, sirong Invading IViiwr, The main force of invaders, consist ing of thirty-five policemen, two pa trol wagons, an ambulance and I'c- Inforcementa from the fire depart' in, nt was a,. ni today t within call, hut Just out ol observation. (Sight sent lo reconnollei point out of range of detectives were They found the Berlin, Nov. , i (by w ireless to Bay viiiei. -The AustifinHungarian admlr- altv today official!) announced that the Italian steamship Anemia at tempted to escape al full ipeed afier a warning shot had I n fired across her bOW and that Ihe vessel only stopped after being shelled sev.r.il1 times by an Austrian submarine, says' the liver... eas News agencv. The submarine e oninnuuler, II is further asserted, allowed the Anemia's passengers ami crew i", minutes to abandon the ship, after which the I vessel was torpedoed, sinking tin,. Quarters "f an hour laler. The re- port that the -mhmiirlni' filed mi the ; life bonis is denied. The statement Issued by the Alls-I I tro-Hungarlan admiralty, after de claring, thai the foreign press had. (spread false rumors regarding Ihe All- I cans incident, suvs Hie sinking look' place as follow "The submarine fired one -imt ! from of the Ancona's prow, where- InpOU Ihe stea luvr fled at lull peed, I In accordance with the ordtl Issued I by the Italian authorities winch in istructs ship rommiimUra to flee or t,, I sink the submarine The submarine pun I Hie steamer and contil I firing lut the vessel stopped, only after being hit several times, j "The submarine allowed 4.'. minutes : for ihe passengers and crew to aban- mendatlons, i The session of the convein I halted early Saturday lo av rartous reports so thai wfcati I Hon taken might have the b. a full VOt u hn h would led Ihe case if the report! bad anted while man) ol th,- , latlll were busy with then Hons. London. Nov 11 I '.' Ml p m l The Serbians are faiiins back from raottn 1 .1 1 ii lange to mountain range before Vniencan Fedei at om ,,f Label , the advance of Ihe A ustrn-i lerman imces. w nose oiio ou i,oiis i-oii sjterate the capture of a thousand or more prisoners dally, a fen guns and miuntitlea of stores. The RerblanS are 4 'he u- no od ,i ons. 'fighting contlnuouslv . however, and are Inflicting considerable losses mi their pursuers. Serb-, Mabtora rig htrrs. Along the eastern front, the sr blSOs appear to be holding Ihi'lr own attains! tin- llulgarians ami are mavk- Ins s si and on lh western hank of 'the Moravs river. Ho stubborn has ! been their reslatanee the Bulgarians lev, ha, to mil for assistance from i the Austro-Qerrnan artillery In ihelr effort to drive Ihe defenders out nf Katrlumlk pass. Thus far they MVS been unsuccessful. l.ltlle DoSJe B)l Allies. 1 The Hrltlsh and Krcnrh 'loops. . I which are receiving reluior, einenta. f ore meeting with some sti, cess. and. the Ano i lnin I'oiiltrv association, said , nesiues repuismg ins BUlsnn i. i , ,, ,., ...,,,,, I..,, ,,r u: tucks, have undertaken small offens- kind In Ihe world, will open tomol have been pre- POUl TRY MEN MEET 'IN SAN FRANC n ...'. JOUANAl A-A LI-IID Sun Kramlscn. Nov, 1 I. --Tin mini convention anil poultry sh row in the Panama -Pacific exposition and win continue through the week During Hie some period conventions ami shows Wtll lie bSld 111 th! cvpn gtttoh by ihe American Buff Plymoutb Rock ciub, th, American Buckeye club, tin- Huff Minorca Club of Amer- licn ami the National Columbia wyan- ill I dolto elllb Ive movements with good results. IV Austro-Qerman unl llulgarlsna, how ever, uiude such progress from tin- beginning of th,. campaign that H win now t ike serious work to ,:he, k tluun No Violation of eiitralln For tho moment the political situ itloo la graver than the military. The central powers ,s . . GENERAL COUNSEL Of in of E i:oosi: i i 'i "s KKiii 'I K I III Tl Id d ,f th state Hum dlsbrderly .HI i V(oi; I"- Innermosi section of peb bei Hi sred with pure tlio shrines small mat ch.!, hemp .lay their if IAJT MORMINl JOOI-NAl- CIl- LCAiAI. W1AIH DOUglaS, Ariz, Nov. 14. Willi the arrival of Oen, Aivaro obrcgon nt lAgllll rrieta, opposite h'T( trom ao- i gales, the Carransa forces Dogin 10- tlve campaign nguinsi , o n Francisco Villa, in Ho- 'red LaaofM Lighted, nora. Naco, Sonora, was occupied to- illghl had com,, ami sacred day by 1,100 Carransa cavalry under . ". ,-ooe, inc ,'inei 01 iriiiiiiiiKMll ill cui. ,,aA,,. , wi , Here lighted at the corners of These troops entered the tow n With' s shrines while a sacred bonfire nut opposition, "'Wei at the southern gate. Advan- Leaving a small garrison to bold . n,niy, Ihe cm o, nt i. .ml,, i hv ; '.i,. r,h,t!fl t'urrienas in, me, nan I , made his entry into th "hall I went In uursult of a Villa column. Courtiers carrying light-1 headed by Oen. Jose Rodrigues, who led the procession. The had been operating just below Ihe international boundary near Naco. a ft r a conference between oen 'erals obregon and 1'- Bllai Calles, I commander at Ague Prieta, a division of between 4,04)4) ami 8,040 Si Idiers, I with sixteen field places, left Agun Prlata late today. This force was ' ereinntiiiil eostume of i ciinoeH tonight in Anuvaeachi ; a'.'s. Sa i without figure or de-1 twslvs miles southwsst of here, t'ik Purifying his hands, he I No announcement was made in SSve f OH " ''hamberhiin, and I Agua Vr Li as to Whether Oenoral th. , M!"al for the procession to I Obreaon or Qeneral Calles would lake I sbrlne, to which the heaven- personal command of tin- campaign O U.fC h...l I . . . I. . r U.. en previously sum- i against villa, i nt tne ouik oi iuh troops sent forward belong to Oen lap incsc dignitaries . eral Obregon's contingent. Which ar d In the waiting hall rive, recently from Pledras N'egras, a pavilion built I under command of Oen, From is. ' malfl gate to the south of'Mnnzo. As they moved forward. General Rodrlgues and his Villa nm h,ui, "t bathing. J torche. - '"i"g Tiann s. the onisele-s ailvane ' 1 ili i" corridors, the hush of the ,!,'""" an contributed t a scene '' wis profoundly Impressive , "f emperor retired and took a j "f purification, wearing a hath- kAU,i '""'n' "f hemp. He whs then, ing statement toiugin on the death of Booker T. Washington: "I am deeply shocked and grieved at the death of Dr. Hooker T. Wash ington. He WSJ oni of the distill gUlshed cltlgl us of the United States, a man who rendered greater service lu his ow n race than ever had be, n rendered by any on,, else ami who m so doing also rendered grcul service lo the whole country. 1 mourn In,. loss mm feel thsl one of tin. mosl useful i Itisens ,,f our land has gone." i K i hl flsitles h,.a ',. Doneil antlmfi th,. , " Bd sss, ,,,!, , . . ."""'". i In '"'iue ,he 'f hrines. I" oi music nrose from the lm-1 column Wars shIiI to be retreating K "oking hHn. This Was the an-1 ward Cananea. Reports at Agtia Prl- Srt "f the rice hullers play byjetS Said that llodriguez Intended I" , "Uelelana on flutes, bells and ! march south through the Sonora river hU " sacred rice was being I district, on,, section of Mexico which iMliVI ' ' ' -'I and boiled by the tit-1 has seen but little fighting, end Which, Besides the rice other food : with Its large wheat crop and thou- "US. U'' DrWrcVcakee, ear-shell j snnds of cattle, would plentifiillv SUp ''h' r 'Th Weet POUP, stirred cake and I ply this army. MtiA.i, hlli"s This preparation oven : ,hHii. I'foceeded to the tw, i To sit for th, Ymwi rr'v'n' food offerings front j .-'aula Fe, Nov. i (i. ",1 :,"d Suki districts conslstins I John C Pollock, ie,i s,, HiU( ()ri.(, eutuefish, sal? for Judge pnp "Ol, -nr.,,,.), ..j.,.. . . I . - .-,..-0. euioif. ne;i ween, e Desl line Hie 1 ; , ; r , i persimmon, pears, bean ' reasons. HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TAKEN E0R INVADI IB, MOhNINO JOURNAL A " fc 1 - i LIAS IB WIS!) I'd PSSO, Tex., Nov. 14. A party of I twenty-eight California high school l.ovs. winners of g transcontinental trip as a result of their efforts along .various lines of agriculture, had an snxlOUS few minutes In Juarez this afternoon when an excited Villa of" ficer mistook them for an American Invasion of Mexico and a patrol rode up add surrounded the party. I The imys were detained some forty. I five minutes while explanations ,r their peaceful Intentions were mad, The party Is traveling under the I guidance of R. M. Hagen, agent of the department of agriculture. A i pickpocket took advantage of the ex- , , lenient to relieve one of the Ameri- eana of his watch. restaurant with a number of patrons and after being served, one of them walked to the door ami lifted his hat to a scout from the invaders. DoWfl the street Ihe patrol wagons and hospital corps not Into motion and descended upon Hi,' building. Cap tain Streeter, hem nig the commotion, seized a pistol and fired, according to ihe police, but was overpowered by Ihe detectives from within the stole. Several shots then came from ad joining buildings, the police say. ami in answering a rifle fire from the home ot John Hoist, one of Stri cter i. tenants, Ihe police are believed to have injured Ml" Hold, but Hot se riously. Building Oetnollshed. After the battle the fire department demolished the building' when 93 euacs of beer, six rifles, four revolvers and three boxes of ammiiiilllon hull been confiscate Streeter, ins were arrested, Charges of kill, violation , and of keeping were placed sgalnsi streeter, of Ihe others were charged with inmates of a disorderly (house were released on bond. A number of years ago, Streeter on, several men In h ploy were defending the Btreetor against th, police in a similar attack a police official Was shot and killed Streeter and an employe served 1 term in the shooting. on October I ami wounded policeman who had rested lor husband on .1 charge selling beer without a license. Made a- Much as S 1 00.000 Btreeter'g titles to lota in the trtot are , slimated to hav as much as 1100,000, At one time a syndicate of capitalists is said to have Invested $.",0,000 in till, The highest courts have held that the submerged lands lying along the shore of the hike belong to the slat,. Street, I's titles SJrC based 011 UI1 al leged patent issued by the land Office at Washington, wh1N ii Is charged wa a forgery and now Is said to be In Hi" hands of tin- aulhont Washington, , don the steamer on panic reigned, but oi her nf boats were It were occupied pi'ii board ilv a si real number of of which nt 1 1 num mil these by Ihe probabl) i angers, to (Ireece again i, , troops ,t Hsioo U' . I Is i ..ported to b i9 I au at Innlttl Is an oil,' nnfl the, H c WARAKH R0AH RFSlKifMX ' n infringement m .ireek right rinvnw, ,w "w " the landing, and that Oreece will re- jmalp neutral until one of Ihe belllg- 1T SOSNISAJ injAISAL ,A I , WIMI I , fe 1 1 ( S tIIS t I'll HSgr, SS, llgUllUlt thS,' St. Louis, Nov II. Well II. Blod- nhis. Italy has novv iolned her Hi ndi, general counsel im lbs Wabash jpjg ,)V aending a warship to Baton !k I, railroad, lias resigned limn thai OSl i which, on Urldav, bombarded M Mil lion,! It became known here today II i wj Hl lt ,,t tcdeaghatch, Bulgaria. is iinderst I in ialln.nl cubs I i;,, ,,,,, AdiHUce. ipi iilcs ami na, lung. md ior nk aftsr as aiiolher steamer w u the "ui, marine submerged pedoed the Ale una, which an additional 18 minutes "If any of ihe passengers los! thai It lives, this was due In the fault of the crew because Ihe steamer tiled to es cape after it had received orders to slop, and Hun the ore only saved themselves ami not ihe passengers, "Reports published in ihe foreign press thai the submarine fired on the AnCOns'S life bolllS Inventions, when th ped ihe submarine cei thai Winslow K. Pierce of New ork, who was chairman of the reorganiza tion committee of th,- Wabash i led ums, will succeed Mr, niodeit and that the office of the I Will be moved (Tom SI York. Mr. BlodgMI ll He has been in the legal department ,,f the Wabash railroad for tfi .veins. POPE GOES 10 CHURCH OUTSIDE The Russians have definitely re pelled l inid UutahaJ von BUndsn burg's drive toward Riga and lninsk nn,l nhinu the Hvlna liver and have asl general themselves taken the offensive, but I. "IMS In New'; ,, pn,.,. ntv nwlllg lo the Mai" of the ,"ti .years Sid, I snwnd haw been able to make only slow progress In the marsh region wet of Riga, Ah. tic. ih SHv river, In the south. the Austro-Oermans, by a sountsr stroke, haV pu reed the Russian lines and oaptured I. mill prisoners, accord ing to the Berlin official statement, These strokes are about all thill can be exuei ted on I'm eastern front While Ihe soft weather continues. i.i . re mendacious st, a met' StOP" ' eil firing." PAPAL GROUNDS s DKIVI 1 1 1 V ' s BACK i n i mi PROMT u sini.ro sin i tlTH I ill! I I r law house Most being All s em- homa Wash reports Hie sill III III, Nov. press i) inflicting? d. , I. m, ernlng , 1-'M'l by P' Ml I -1 dls-hini no til. v. i. 0 was nin th, ir failure p. receive formation from Sltl Huge, at Rome, or Al field ai Vienna, Prom minted Aetata i hough! i in a purallel to that , ii Palaba, torpeoed b marine with the los Thresher, an Americ that rase Ing, but belie Veil liun liner An is among high States govern-1 all n d through ! any official in- j "I Anilmxsndnr I Pl!)Clid(! 'redecessi Powui OS: Established as Protest f Temporal usii'iaii statement, as iresa dispatches, of- case might develop if I he llnl ish steutii- lerman nub- pa I t Ut e ! tiffs by in on of given warn when It was submai ins P hail sum or was at- lettlcmeni of ace. unit nf pass, tigers KING GEORGE'S SON HAS GASTRIC DISOKDE the vessel wa w a., torpedoed b) Hie Hernia commander that the si limned help by wlrele, t mpling lo escape. A ii waa never reached onflii ting testimony and erowH Although the United HtgtSS has m sisied that vessels carrying non-i iim hatants be not stink without winning in, Case has iis yet developed within the view of the Washington govern ment oh lo what time is considered ample ttme, beyond the general state ment thai ail passengers should be re moved to a place ,.f safety, as pro vided in the Declaration of London. officials are so completely in th' as I., Hi, facts, thai IS! UA1 ,AlAi HCIAL ...... ,! Rome, No' II I v ia Tai ls I Pope Bern diet i. e. made an Important de- from the custom or nm mm vluttlng "o church ai faint I Anna. sdolnllli Hie APOSIOIIC pai- ace, and I hos going outside the V ati can precincts, according to the news I paper Olornale d'Halla, Bines ths fall of temporal power, om form of papal. protest against the new order ofi i things has helm the eeolttSlOO Of tho, pontiff in Ho atlcan. WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS HONORED BY MIKADO is, m,NH Kioto, J icsldcnis I sen i u mo iUIIRNAI. A 1 , L LlABIt, lAll gpaO, Nov II. American i Japan today collectively mortal to ICmperor Yoahl- Her! in, Nov 1 1 (by Wireless to Sty . vllle). Teutonic armies commanded bj Oenerali Koevess ami Qnllowlta, after sanguinary fighting, have again thrown back the Serbians along their J whole front, savs the report Issued today at the Herman armv bCadquar I tern. Kerb lane to the number of I,- 771 w ere iii ken prisoners, i Qerman troops alec have penetrat" led the Russian lines near i surtoryak 'in Volln nin. attd have tnken prisoner 1,18! Russians, gc ding to the mi- I noun, smanl, The text of the stut,. i nienl follows: I "iPiikan theater Tin armies of Hern ials Kni vess and QgllWlta, after tenacious battles, have again tnrown back the Seibians along the whole (ronl Thirteen officers aM I.1M men have bee,, taken prisoners. To cannon have been captured. "General Boyadjlefre liuigarian troops me gdvanolng togslhef with th,- Hermans from the .inuthorn Morava 'Hastem theatar: Qeneral von l.iuMiig, n's (',, rmati troops have pang naied the Russian lines mar PpdSjg Cle, northwest of Csnrtorysk. taking prlsonor 1,1(1 RussitM Kottf ma- . hlnfl guns were captUNd, 'Russian attacks north of th' Kg vcl Sarnv railroad broil' down before Ihe A'istio. Hungarian lines. Armv groups of Kleld Marshal von llmdcnburg and I'nnee Leopold Hac aria : "W Nil ehan::' tin ater In the situation. There ii' nothing owsver, mild in hay.al'd I ' MOONIN jOUA NAl teiC-L 1IAIID WAltl London. Nov. I I (7:10 p. in. i Prlnce Albert, second son of King George, Is suffering from an obstinati gastric disorder and will hsve to re main in London a few weeks to un dergo special treatment I ip night any er oi not the International ilance. If il ship was sunk ihlto, congratulating him on h,s cor-, I onatlun ami emphasising the peace and securit) of life In Japan. Japanese women al pleased '' Ih- 'inclusion in ihe coronation Honors of j unlive women, three ..f whom, tfmeko Tsuila. Koukko K.ictsu and KaktkO -I II l Alt I M s Sks I I l.l IN STKAMKIt nut- fried ladge Pope 14. - federal Judge, of Kansas, will sit Libert v Hell siaiis l u t San DiSgO, Calif., Nov. 14. After three days exhibition ai the Panama - California exposition Ihe Liberty Bel was escorted today by a large mili tary and naval parade to Its special car Which left late tonight for Los Angeles. There Ihe bell will he ex hibited for six hours tomorrow he fore starting on its return dip u n the continent. man In Ihe llritish navy, WS 1 with appendicitis in August, After undergoing an operation. Jollied his ship in Uclil llal '. . year He Is -0 veal's old. IU14. he I"- f this Anglo-1 reie h ttlrance Continues, flglonlkl, Nov. I If: On p m., via London, Nov. 14. 11:40 p. m.) The Frcn'h and llritish IrOttpi OOntinui tlulr advunce along Ihe whole line. it is officially announced 'i'"1 the pro portion of wounded to killed on the ally side, so far in the Balkan cam paign, is I, bout ten I" one. Should d velop that III by a Herman submarine, d was re garded as probable thai Ihe entire submarine oiilroversy might assume renewed ifiriousness. Assumption of responsibility l.y Lie AUStriag gov- ernmenl would lead, n is believed, to in exchange of views Pel ween the Vienna and Washington governments relative to submarine operations, In onbr that Americans might he safc- suarded in tho future ami responsi bility fixed for Ihe losses sustained In the A neons iragpsd) rajlma, are so Ihe workers wl orations Is Cole Salvation trmi it, i opt lona w at Kobe lOdg) Jackets o Hie ii, e : . ol the for mil's Anion, id dec ire held al Kioto '' in honor of the blue cruiser Kara logo, th Coiled Stales Asiati lb Vers elusion lug parti unions of iw at anchor 1,1 1.1, clliig- Orur. Nov nt n parade I oated m V'sn Crui Kobe lull'bol Rome, Nov. 14 CI p. m.) The Ilal n steamship BoshlS has been sunk i a submarine frying ihe Austrian ag. The passengers snd oron board I four life boats. Three of these .ill hive beep landed, bill the fat ' the occupants of the fourth boat VM S I! IN ItOMBN ON tl l I II V M I Ns III Wt OS X W ts I RRVIM. OM H R ISO Rom,-. Nov. I.", (vis I ,,nd, ,n a. in.) Tin Italian government seal an offl) IsJ eommunlcadnn al Milan M 'i liner. , Chicago a presented Ions l" Ih lit: Jill Lilian as del In, III'. 0 take in : diploma I by Ihe Me: American 1 mark "I haal the unions here for to fraternity. Rome, nv. 1 1 (tifrt p. m.) - Three lUStrlnC . on, planes today dropped fifteen bombs on the city of Verona. Twentv-eight persons were killed. all the labor, Thirty other inhabitants wety serioiiB- Vemor Oener- y vcundeil HIUl II teen people were to m, ilea. 14. At the coll ami mass meet by i : noted Colonel slightly injured 1 me tew fork and' killed nlnete ,i people, ml Sold medil i, an labor un- tl (.11 WIM'XN I-, ,1, i .,tl( I' I appi eolation of " 1 Ih. American Hejlln. Nov. 14 (hy 1 v ill, i - Afghanistan bomb alone IH I.INs VTTACK ON IMHl Wireless to Say la preparing to