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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
CITY EDITION CITY EDITION rHIRTY-fttXtW VKAI! Voi. WWt III w. TWELVE PAGES 1 Daft b nrrter i-M.ll. aiv ., Month single. Cpta,A(. SECTION ONE-Pages 1 to 8. PI HQ U IVQ CDQ THE WEATHER TKIC ' TTrPT 'sT, w V Afi; ULUU - '-j ? GIG MEMBEnSH!D : tr WBMWBP CAMPAIGN HIKE 'mJKbm BEEN PREPARED :ils of Most Important ovement Ever Undertaken i Organization Formulated id Leaders Ready for Work DRIVE TO BEGIN ONE WEEK FROM WEDNESDAY Methods Used in Campaigns to Be Employed in Effort to Raise Enroll ment to Standard of 500. plans have iirm formulated and the iiai'a eel for the la unchlng of the big membership campaign which is to !" the fiiM Important event in the life of i). reorganized Chamber of Com merce and (Hwnmerclal club. Everj detail necessary tn a lueceaaful cam Mlcn hag been arranged for, aa it is fully realieed by the officer of the . lab thai the success or failure of attch i Centura Ilea In lha preparation put upon it. Wednesday. Desjember 8, will occur th rural concerted drive to bring the membarahtp of the club up to the re quired point, five hundred. One tk fmiii thai day another campaign will t. held to rover whatever proapecti muy be overlooked in the first lay 'a wink and on still n Inter date to he let, the farmers of the ounty will be visited by aaeial commlttaaa to Irrter-i-t liiem in becoming non-raeident memberg ami active wortten In the program which the CtUb Will entry out tn further the agricultural interests ot the Bio Grande valley. The men who are to conduct the Oral two campaigns win he pledged tomorrow to give a few hours of their lime nn December 8 and 18 to the sisnins up of new mambara. One hundred nf the city's best workers will participate three hours on each of the two days, visiting pfOapectl who will i r aaaigned to them by a committee which is WOrltiBJ on the list ol names uf those who are not members of the i lull but should be. Yesterday return postal mids went out io every member uf the club, ask- i , im !. "": '.. :is possible bt those who are not iiiem bari I'Mi might be Induced to Join an aetiva public organ laation. The gen eral manager of the club asks that those who receive the urds fill them iu and return at once, as the com plete 'ists of prospects caBMK be made up until these curds are in. The city and telephone directorlei are serving fur research purposes and art giving up the names of a great many men in AlbUquerque who should in- nrtmbara f the club and eould af- lord to be members, men whose inter ests are ull In this city and who will proa per (,r the reverse as the City pro gresses or goes backward. Many of ihtm are professional men. phyaiclana, lawyers and dentists who are absolute ly dependent upon the growth of the city and therefore the activities of the club, for their future business Every one of these men will be expected to join as soon as invited. There are two other classes of non members to whteh the club officiate ' .ill attention. The one, property own ers who. because they are not engaged IK retail business, assert that tb.es have no interest in belonging to a pttbtlc promotion body, yet, as point ed OUt, these men are depending upon community growth to increase the value of their property ami dispose ol it fur them. The other clam is Ohl Ol well-paid employes who have before than in this city a future as manager! ir proprietors of business concerns. Their future and prosperity is also liuuiid up with the future of the club, declares the general manager, and they should take out $1 worth Of bus iness insurance monthly by joining the lull, taking an active part In its work and plans and thus be doing for them selves whut they evidently expect others tO do. Next week there Will appear in the stole or office window of every mem ber of the club an announcement to the effect that the general public may know who is and who is not a mem ber of the organization. The club is determined to cryetailse public senti ment to the point where every man hi Albuquerque will tie Judged upon tbe basis of whether or not he is a booster and a worker in the elub'l Program for the advancement at the city and county. Are you, or are you "ol a member? is going to be made an issue that no citizen can dodg.- Ol avaa. and depending upon DOW the question is answered, the citizen will he classified. 'Wo live committees will set to work tomorrow morning at IU o'clock "n the membership program the teg ular weekly committee appointed to have charg,. of the club work for th bak, and a special committee of ten man who will be interested in the Warn barehtp campaign alone. Those who compose the regular committee ;"e I,. C. Bennett, Dr. Joseph Clpes, f;- A. Gertig, W. I.. Hawkins. I!. 0. Jaffa, Hoi Benjamin, James Beaemek, I). 0. Brooks. Walter Council, Arthur BVeritt, Those composing the s ial "unmittee art. C. . Cuahman, Wll- JIOJ Knoth, Judge t'raig, Mike Man dell, James lJnolittle, George Klnek, Hoss Merrill, Don Rankin, K. J- Kt nttg, O. A. Matson. Immediately after the metnbershii ''anipalKna and while the holiday feel is in the air, a jubilee luncheon Will lie held in honor of the new mem '" ts it which lime they will he Initiat ed into the activities of the club and M6e to know that its future depends "gon their work and co-operation. Mild sopiH.ri foe Hnffrage, Corpm Chrlati, Tex, Nov. 27. The rexaa Stal. Teachers' association In convention i r,. today overwhelmingly "ted aown a resolution pledging 'he mild support" of t lie association lo ... !"'- i.io-e. 1-1 oeKi,'.- . i mi 'i i.i -m 4w m i si ar!c .iwx r I CONSUL GENERAL IS " i k'' - j RETURNING TO LONDON A MMJfWZ' r : M osieo a Nosaie i ,i Bordei Where lined With ,V MORHiftl JOURNAL ' ' .! Nogalea, Nov S7. Maj. Qttt, I'n d .click PVnaton arrived here tottai am aaaUmed command of the !,6a L'nli ed Stab s soldiers on duly here Hi superseded lirig. Gen. George Hell, Jr. .who had arrived earlier in the da from Douglas with the Twentieth rei iment General Fupaton nrderad the sol diets of the Twentieth ukum. nt mak, camp near the interna border, where American aoMtei 'gaged snipers of Villa's army v day after the main forces had i ated Nogalea, gonora. He also firmed reports thai the Heventh regi im ni would reach here from D oiKia later In the day Mexican Nogales today presented a deaolate appearance. The podlaa ol many Villi soldiers remained where they fell In yesterday's fighting, killed it h, i by die fire of Amerli an sol diers ar in the fighting aith the Car ranaa troopa who occupied the town Many stores and Othef buildings in i the town Which hafl been looted :i ill , dell, oil . i hj Dm vtllti soldiers, were ckiaad. Report that the Carranaa authori ties bad shm several lootefn arriated after the occupation of Mexican N"- galcs, were confirmed today. The bodies of three men, said to have robbed a woman, were visible from the American side Villa currency left In confiscated by deneral binned in the streets. Carranza officials at nora, said they had re thai Mukdulcna. on the ing to HonnoalllOi bad today by their forces however Could not be Ct tim town i ii. i agon a ml Nogales. ! reived repo railroad bed n capt in Tills repo infirmed, Oeneral Funaton said thai oso Acostu. formerly a general In Villa army, who crossed the bordei Thurs day lllght, had expressed a desire to reaide in the United states. He was given his liberty after promising to take no further part in the tiuhtum against the CatTanM fori i s The cam of Carlos liamlall, acting Villa governor oi ionot it refuge here nUhl hefon considered at a confer, (icn,. ml l-'unston and 0. iinlll he tOOR last, will be nee between Pa, Ires. Cal - ran.a consul, late today The status of Villa lugces de tained by the United states mllltat v guthorltle When Ihcj croaaad mini Mexico will also be eonalderod at tbp meeting. JUMPS FROM AEROPLANE 10,000 FEET IN THE AIR j av mosnino jeussi WK,i I I..ind,,n, Nov. V Colonel Ifalttand or tht ' air serviee iuiiilied M Ii I.IAfllO WISH IS l 111.) royal naval n para, but I today (mm an i in, onn feel In ; aafely. Colonel Mait aeroplane which lie II.. In as led m expert- elopmbnU trrlved at ! mentlng w it h ! of tile aerial i the point whi : detei mine m h projectile de sen ice and re it wais necessary to tljer an oarachui airman could fl urn such a it," he laid. land safely by par height. "Someone ints t "There is only on pei Hi. son I care to ..tieinpt my- ask self, it to It I will mak tOOh the colonel fifteen minutes ike the descent, but he solicit ins latiafactoriiy. iCZAR UNDER FIRE; ENJOYS SENSATION j IOU.-.L IMCI.L WIS. Herlin. Nov. 27 (via Wifeless .SaWille. I Tlie Overseas N-ws Ag Icy naya: "An order issued to the Ruwlan army states that Nicholas is deeply grieved at riblc deeds committed by i.'i..i nth, hoops Air Posted ;it Nn K.t,, MmMFM,',- M Vk ' Ml,ur;' Kmnornrlfor ills "DBC( the hot -1 troons in their own country jder says. 'Th" enq i ............ ....... Ill-, i ll . i'llll has beard I 1.,., mill. ! i mi i.iri tu" i . -i . . ........ ... - iiiiih. tary persons who iii-treiu me ........... I Uoa, stehl and destroy propertle bv 'lire. The emperor recommend! tnat commandera give heed t., these cue- ! turns, neneral in the armi.' i "The order is sinned by General Alexieff and f.eneral Ivanotf. 'brinan Mwapaper say no further prool is ncceaaary for the veracltj "f G,Jro"H I reporta concerning fiuaglan atroclMea Frencli Mission 10 Itaawna, I'nris, Nov. 27 l 7 : 1 r, p. . OjJJ I I ...IIhI. r.iln ,1,. ef.llll. t' ('"' I ...... ,.t iiinuln arrived in I'aris ...,tv aneamaainied be Cencral'A. O. L Dll "Amade of the Preach army Henernl Do 'Amade h id be n char ,e,t bv the French government with a anlsMon In nusslii. Bat- mtOaUBm & J ' , l JtV gram will, 1 , Nreds TRE PRESIDENT IS Tells Mrs. Phillip Snowden and Mine. Schwimmer That Everything Possible Shall Be Done, HOPES TO INFLUENCE OPINION TO THAT END Resents Suggestion That eo- pie of United States Would Have War Continue on Ac- coi of Profits, ' MORN.Na .IOUSNAL tPlrlAL Lf AtlD WISH New York, Nov 27. Snowden. wife ,,f a me Hritish parliament, win atne Koaika rjchwlmmei Interviewed Pi ealderd iV. Mr- Phillip ! bar of i lie with Mad-I of (Hungary. ; Wilson last I night to gain posed confer, hia auppori of the pro-1 nee uf neutrals to inl- tlate peace, quoted the prealdeni today as hai ing said : "You need not plead with me I am anxious, rpoat thai i can for io , shall earnestly Inl and unof- ti iff! Inn's peace party, gave out a type-1 written statement of the Interview be-1 'for., her departure mi the iteamahlp I Ityndam today for Kngland, whore lahe said ahe was going to ask Mr. and I I.Mr- Ueorge Bernard Bhaw ami other prominent Bnttttuhmen ami women lo I nn et ai The Hague the pacifists who Mill December 4, on Henry Ford's I "peace ship,'' Ihe 0car H, M'lahcs I'ni- World I'inec. ! "Proaldeni Wllaon i li abaolutal symp the s llghl. loiibt iliat he wants ion b,- heattati It ai the wrong lime d I hal it was regi ihnrllah oeoole had . bmethim mie.lit :u i : I Uggel thai i be 1,1 tu go l thai America Wished I oi for ihe take ,,f the nt of ii. ht- said corneal nnirn IV I I lit I made u was point .preset I '.' ' 11 Km: land. canned expect falfneat in j '." I reminded him com ers., ti, ai with him Schwimmer or i uk A I he He spoke moat sincere- foil need ,,,i plead With inxutiis, moat attxloue, to w "In our either Mm, word pleai y, saying i mi I am ib I hal I in do for peace I sha II .rnesile pndeavor to mill, official :and unofficial opinion lo thai end.' Both Madame Bchwimmet ami I bo-1 ilieve that was all that COUld possibly 'bo expected of the head of a ureal i overnment." l ord iiooks pnaeagc. Definite announcement tied Henry Ford had obtained accommodation - ib.. entire first and second cabins part aboard the li w.is made tonrghl iteamahlp 1 n i or ANXIOUS TO AID MOVEMENT FOR WORLD PEACE Ruaalanlby the rioandinavutn-American This or-The thini cabin will be uiv.-n ,, regular traveiai i .... TWO I I IIIIIT 11 l I I li II WILL .IOl t DMT HI PtTaahington. Nov. European countries sidfrim; calllna a fi of neutral to discuss ihe Karonean war i ire already con-! irmal onventkm menus of eliding! mil llllee otlll have emu uMurance that they Willi participate In auch a convention, ai cording to Mine. iiosikn tjchwimnier liuncary, one oi the women who call ed at the White House yesterday to PMSlrianl Wilson to lake the lll- diutive for Ii Mine. S' lUUIllllli l Norwegian, gwedbrh. 'visited the Kwlss lind Netherlands ministers here to day and laid before them the infor mation given the president as to Ihu feeling of European neutral govern mentH uny.u.l II night for N. w Vol k preparatorj lo takina pass.iK. I he pence ship us-j ear II. early ni vi month. Mine HehwIfVimer would no give the name of the European neutral ( tiuntrlea she nhferred to, bul she Kiildj till oi tin foeelun mlulHters abroad upon whom she bad called had been very anxious tb learn what the Am i rlciin position would lie, li had been Indicated, she said, thai various pein e plans had been rejected hi -cause oi the fear i t partition inflii-i ence might be kunpeeted. she thought the present movement, nri;ed the! women of i he World, would be tree oi thai Misplcion Knd indtcatad thai the European neutrals believed the Unit ed .-states .should lake lh,. Initiative both .is the most Important of the neutral powers and because Us great dlatuttca from the scene of ih siiuKeii made (or im purt ial action The neutral ministers here Ware told loday, Mno rtohwlmmer aaidj that regard lenii of whether a formal conference of neuiral Kovefnmrntal was called, n popular congreaa wouldJ be held In sonic neutral Karopeanl capital which Mould draft a ping for peace and formally pfaaenl ft In each of the iielllg .'.. Tlui Miimsteis showed Mm iT.'u- iiiienn. iha, ankf, and promised to do everjthlng noHKlble to aid the peace -hi. let- til, pan lew on palgn to in, Illative for i to ih.' atali night issued anggeattonji celve "the merit." The ntfttei 'Tile iPp. ,i pai with othei calling a c neutral go arnment nferen 'f neutral ii mild const H ate vol I ContlDUOU medial stiona for settler lion, v. inch a tary court ol invite siiuKc.' from warring nation AH It S II pai l in, in I,, .mil t. legrat I,, make oi their re, , auggeat Ion cell,, the ment." nsslbl ti the (tale oe. tins, letter ply to nil i mi i i, I ii. i II il desires general iip! and 'ontainei iltentlon liiiowb ilulllelit hal 111, ' i ' aj h a MPgr fort,. .Had, .San Kranei Schmidt, .i man who ' six mo ui lis hannien, n across tin identified trial her a her lii bay rr, Matin i today, ai use five iioil.tng lor Anli .li nrgantaer of tin- si ne ibulldlna irades .lolianiisen, she said. paid the hill Nehmidt is on trial for numb connection nub tin- dynamittn ,,i th Los AngeliK Times and Ihe slat, seeks to show thill ibis was pari of a Hide cOnaplracy in which influential labor leaders took part. Johannaen, oiaf a. Tvletmoe, sec retary-troaiurer of the .state Building Trades council; Uric H. Morton, a la-J bm lead, r ol s'an Kriincisco, and , Bcbmldl frequently were together a' Hie hotel, Ml ,, Boohma said. .iirs. Boehme was preceded on i!u j stand by M .1. Morebar'. a aaleiman of ea pi oalve from Portland, hub, Morehart identified Ortle B. McMan-1 iKiil in eoiirl is the man who bought in I r, I !l 1 1 -gll cc , iitpic i from him in Aufttllt, the nam, of J, W. Mi - mlgal, win. turned itate'i I '. I I , Will testify later a tiotl with the plot, said to id. ,i in J, McNamara .Vamara. Hulls, Hie New York i il urn have been h and J. l! M Deorgi L iron worker. who testified yesterday III neltinii a Sellei r,f explosions In tile east, Ho n wis i Called to the stand and was under eroae examination when court idjonrne.! at t oon until ite Monday. SH i-s Berne, m.) The Inventoi i Re Kaermi I ike ottos Inventoi S'oi. 27 (via I'.irls, 4:40 government has ordered ..I all Hie raw cotton NET IN SCHMIDT !! CASE TIGHTENS UN UtHI JERSEY FARM IS SCENE OF AWFUL TRAGEDY; ENTIRE FAMILHILLED '1 Quintuple Murder and Suicide Committed Tuesday Nisht and Bodies Are Not Discov- r0L!Si FARM HAND CREDITED WITH DEED Kneeling in Prayer; l fm Crime Not Fathom ive by ire ran is werr found shot to death i l,o us, on ii country road es south oi here tonight them had been murdered. he i bile ,i the SIXII ppurenlly committed .linn iin othera, Is family Were killed ham is, apparently Slllei.le nfler s A farmer and bis (I While tWO larm tun foreignero, also were One of the emploj'ei the authorltiea did tb the others were ash- .tu, i to death according to hooting bile P llisl TllCHllu in killed I lh. Dead. V KIT.M : A K A 1 1 WICITZM ,1,1 .us old, his wife. TWi FARM HAND! ,1'sb, mimes mil, nowi i ll...- i omnittod Thai Ho- mill, bis w fUaKdu) ttlghl ami Mil. ml, I I, .night ttas due I less nf 'lie YVell'.mniin I Wi Itatlla nn, a prtiap uninltl disclosed ol 1,1 en ui'i llstiim.'il li illy in New Brunawlck ig been delivered sine h liver milk Nona hav- 101 nine., up fly idnv remillcd Haul ion of tin I h Itama nn III III! I' slept, I tile bin ppnrentl) bee bedroon lb, v wa Mr. Klgner ad been shot in the hi .ol mm. in siiu another room t miles of th lee men -the hands and Kianer, of the farm hand had he evidently was kneeling Willi pra Ihe In on bis bed lie was shot In ,'k ol Hie bead llll Hie floor lav Hie body of KiKliei, another bed was the body of other farm bind win,, the fovea- lorn believed, did all the 1 1 i In his right band was a reel- This man had been employ Ijy Weltgmattn only one month Ho motive ,,r ihe murders and voly id Hid (Il unknown t,, Hie ant hoi dies. :SS TELEPHONY TO CIRCLE W0RI D II phoni world. wdi soon eictend around the Secretary of the Navy Danielal told gueati at n ban. pi. I gin n in I In Loius club tonigl In honor of John J, Cart y i who recently itiooecded in extending the uses ,,f the wireless u i, phone. W. thOQghl until rc-nlly that wireless telegraph as Ih, la.'t of moibi,, miracles that hat le de ith communication," sail gueNlary Dun ids "He. i i,;,;. the world Was atnu.- ed when from WaahlngtoMi without Mins, the human voice was heard In Ran Kriinclsen. When fully perfected im may talk to oar frnn.ls from Greenland' Icj mountain u India's coral strands. The man whose genius Ii making this miracle poeelble is Mr. OS MOCHIS COLONY F ROM RANI liO i I'll. I.inlt WaithiMton. i laaao from S.to rTanciaco laal Thurs iav (o M, al .hi .i mm - have dlaap pi it.! : ti . i th wn a m t.i the ! Uochia t-.ieiu colon) i over, ai I m ta tb.. .late ili-bartm- ot laday, nearch lor the raiding p,irix the di patch aatd. fni d veal la wba dlraetlon thej had wQhdrawn. Tti Ran lic; m . t.-,i to n at h Topi en mill s r i i ,., m ,. ibis, in vi WedneMda) rn,. gunboNi Annapolis all .ul is .u I.in.pi. iiepattment advlcea today ids,, re ported the departure ol (leaeral f'sr nanaa from Moaterej for Itatamoroa and the DCCUMltloM of Jiimiut, t'hl- boahua, b) Carranaa troope. Upera- tlott of a i .hi. .n. i .ti-. r, rohlbttinji eaportatton "f i owhldi s from Maxli .. proonalgated for Dei-emhet I, has been poatpined until JanUar) I. the LEAGUE FAVORS ON ROGE SCALE Administration1 adeq lilt I v late and IUI PREPAREDNESS Sufftc illation rerardlai Oraece'a reply to the I entente ministers' now note, emho.ly- .i,uornini ,h,, Miiowntl ing the lte;t,d demands of their gV- i blcago, No l'T. The prepared- ernmenta that Qreaoe Kuarantee ae ... program ol prealdeni Wllaon and curlty and liberty of ..ction to tb n eablnet waa endnraod as a step In franco Btitiah iroape on Oreek toll, . iis-iii iin.-, nun in cemmHtoe re-1 t'ontlnue t.. be optialatlr, the iiust its on the .irim nAV in, I militia, informal Ion from Athens clearly indl- ,,i before a conference ,,i the Na-!eatea that Oreece haa not vat definite in ,iial Security league here each aspeci ,,f tin. problen in, committee finding we admlnlatraton had nol itidi today, on hoa aver, that the ited a de- i ire in no far enoiiah to mak, country safe from attahk, The propoaed atmv Increases the was pointed out, should I,, la lo provide fm ext. aalva un.i ,.ti net nit inn mis education of officers and for col- lion ol large reierve stocks ot sup of large reaorve stocks ot sui plli-s of all kinds. The navy plan was ertUcltad is ex tendlng over too long a poflod fW cnii.leli ii, , I in.ikiiia no urovle- lo,, iil' a,lllU.,l ,, I Ht , 11 II. I oil Slllpb built, bul.dtna and propoaed, Metpej)) ns na) step. The project fur ii continental prmy" was endoraed morou as a "firm step' mid the miggaatlmi imis made that all men batwvt'p the ages of I and 21 Hhtftlld B enrolled and hay military education. Delegate ware pre earn from inure than hall hundred clUa when ha eonfemnce opened, Including gnvafa- ,.rs, icceral city eXOl titlves, educalors, busiiies- men and editor, rlgure were quoted landing to siu.w thai the navy is wort between M)090 ami 51,1100 men of Ihe number required to man the ships already bull, or building, and It was stated that because of the Impossibility of mabnini present reeerv ships, eleven destroyers wer,- unable to participate in ihe uar maneuVera of October. An - ilbei slatemeiil was that four battle- ships ot the Atlantic fleet would have to be placed in reserve next winter to get crews lo man Ihe new super- dreadnaught Nevada and (Mtlahom1 illume ii on Oongreea. "To correct a popular misapprehen sion it mic t be i, i, id,, clear that this shoring, of men Is not due tu diffi culty In recruiting," said "I ha sole trouble lies in t congress bis limited the men lo 51,(00," It wic added ibat the p tiie report ic fact that qi I ommendntlnn of the aecretary ol tic navy for IU. onn more men was I node quale and that there was also a short- aga of at legil I nun officers The proposed increase of 350 mtdahtpmen was criilcised adversely on tin ground thai lb, 1 1 1 Ml alone l et) 1 1 1 1 , I , r biipdiiii; program additional officers." Tb immltter endoraed tin- bulla - ram "so far as il follows the ,ndutlon of the general bul said that since m cm - i b bind any Rtiecsedlng nm plated s). BJtd naval res I iONSPIRACY IN EGYPT IS DENIED 'V IRNIN, ,I"NM 11 , 1. 1 ID ,!, Washington, Nov. 87. Dertlal of re, ports published in th.. United Htntei of ii revolutionary oonaplraey I Egyp wis mole bi the ISiltish em l ossy I i le today ell mstriicllons fruit the London rorcign office. The embaw) issued ibis Rtatemenl "flerman reports circulated In ih I'niie.i Btii(es announce thai a great conspiracy bul been disco ered n el, I, '111 Cairo headed by p' t'sons in I he line ol the new .sultan "The eonapiratora are alleged to have plotted iii Mil thi ruler and minister and liberate Egypt from the Hritish yoke, forty persons are said to hac been arr'sl'd and twenty-five already executed, The Britten foreign ofi'lc has issued .in C'fflCHM contra diction of thi rumoi In a hleh there ,ll of NTHS AT HARD B0R FOR AMERICAN .- . . ... , 111, a nulling SI It, , doctor ial t bad Vmerlcan iiaaapnrti whenlbomhi eaioe to Kngland recently Plyp, ,11 l ' lllll g. ,1 II II lib. II III - , Sell., I, i Ik , Hodgi the m num. win, was alleged to be in possession of a false passport The magistrate told (Hodirion he as satisfied that Hodgson was a danger ous person and brought the woman In i , for purposes ot Ins own. Th mans passport was Issued in Washington last March, Hie women' in Bertln last .Inly. GREECE RE N CAUSES ANXIETY CAPITALS OF Athens Government Makes Statement Which Indicates Tumble for Allies May Yet Rr Contemplated, SERBIANS CONTINUE FLIGHT BEFORE ENEMY j Russia Mobilizes 350,000 Men fm Attack on Bulgaria; Rumania's Attitude Not Dis- closed. 11 NU,NiN, JUUMNAL IMl'IIL 11 ! London, Vo :r iin p, m.)-l,on-ii hei rful lea .,t ihe Ureeg alt- lion h.ts been succeeded by sotne- Ing in tin- nature id a reaction, and tb p i,i, duo, Miiiiieii :u the nrem-nt tlini is thai the preaa and publki Jumped mo ,,ui, kl i,, the itarceahln eon. lualon that flreeee wnithi concede readl ill lh.' allied demand. AlthoiOih all the i eaata and snec. ly uliandoned the dilatory turtles Which Caused the alius such unensl ness It is now reported Horn Ath- ' ma thai the tirc.-k govarrimant proba bly will propovt thai military experta ragtrOMntlng the entente powers shall lie empowered to dlNcusH with the tlreoV general staff the demamta which it bas heretofore been aaaumed were hI- iead sntisfactorlly nnawered. the lliilKiuwin operatiniis tn the neighborhood ,,t Ifonaatlr apparently hoe rruatrated the hopes of a union id Serbian ami allied troops ip south ern Herbls: hence Ihe "sm of the rall rouda in Orneh territory to effect such a union haa beeonir ot the uiiiiuni im pori Thi i;.,i.ian nfrb-jaily an.. fin i if they vantage counter fhthtlna hale n in tin t gained a ultghi eu-uric.- .,f attacks and attacks wh(bh have given Ihe here Ihe character nf an al- most continual battle for several days Notwithstanding the peislstence of the Bulgarian advance. Ihe Serbian , oniiniir then slroiig defensive south ami west of Prllep, ami, according to a late unconfirmed Athena dispatch, they have retaken Kruslievn. Itussia Is now said lo huve 3.", 0.000 1 troop near the Rumanian frontier, in preparation lor an attack on liui gat la bv land ot sen, but lliii ha BOt precipitated ativ definite declariilli il of Rumania' intentloag. BVLQAR1 ws N-r TO invade ansBta Copenhagen, Nov. :7 (via London. 1:00 p in I The Herlin Ubal An talger aaya it larne from a reliahlo source thai the Ihtlgiirlnns have de cided not to puisne Ihe Serbian Into ft reek territory This decision ha be. n made, it Is fltnted, In order t" unlit offending I he (Ireeks. l si III s 1(1 IM LSI l,l, I I II.IW VITACKS II v, 27 (b Wireless lo Sav follOWing official report i.ll.l Tic ; received from the Aiistn ho. i.hpuii lets under ciirrei given out her,, today: 1 "The Italians attacked o M nngarlan jlaonan from without success. Near Dalavll Ihe Dalmatian twenty-second regiment repulse. i ill Italian attack With beau losses The Italians con tinue shilling (lorivaa An Austro- f 1 1 ii neat tan airman ahot down an itui- rian biplane near Sail Lorenzo ill Mos- i,e Balkan theater Auatro lan troops on Kusa Piunina. Mltrovltaa, drovd the Herbians Montenegrin frontier The of prisoners taken In Mltro- llungar 1M"I of lii Hie number vltan re lo d I t.Ofln soldiers and .1.500 In, arc bound to military SI'IIUMTI tlTIOVs UtE HKPORTr.D ritoM r.xitis J Harm. Nov 27 (11:50 p. m.i The following official communication was I.- tied b Ho war office tonight: I "Rather spirited artillery actions hai.- occurred In Belgium, In the re Kion nt Loinbai ri.'yd. and Hneslnghe, ami to the smith of Somme, in the section of Pouqueopoufi To the north of St. Mihn I our ar illler) demollahed an enemy battery at the Cote Sainte Marie, nur long range guns took under their fire a strong enemy detachment at Hilly-Sous-Manglennei and dispersed It. "ti la confirmed that tin attempt at Ic of suffocating In Ihe section of as a complete Throe siieces- projected, fol imbardment of His of a i-n rt n i ii prevented Hie from laavbii a in i rnl b communion our aviators itonment at iTercken. as well HH ll E ike and Vi'ntimefl e.mvov setting out I'mm i dxmude. TodBJ the Herman artillery feebly bonibanied our advance posts. We shelled Ihe trenches and farms BjOtM ppd In the enemy and dispersed di vers groups of workers to Ihe south of Dlxmnde , ,n v ,,r ihe east: On November "'. our aeroplanes dropped flftv shells ENTENTE POWERS '".in surrragi;.