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CITY EDITION CITY EDITION (i-1 1 - - f BEN TESTIFY Heard Screams Much Earier jhan Prosecutor Oscar Mc Danlel, Defendant, Claims '' KillfrigDcflWreiii DISCREPANCIES ALSO REGARDING PISTOL SHOTS Defense Believes It Has Some Advantage From Admission One Witness for the State, , MO.iNO JOU.H.L .PICL L...IO WIS m Joseph. Mo., Nov. 21. TWO women ftltneMM in the trial of Pros kaitor Oscar D. llcDanlel for the al ifK,d murder of Mrs. Harriet Mom McDunicl. his Wife, testified to having Hard scion tin from tho HoDanlel homP the nil It the wife was slam, and fixed the time as having been earlier than Mr. McDaniel had said he left hll home In response to a false telephone call from an uptown saloon The women were neighbors of 'he murdered wife. one. Mrs. Carol me Btrrhoff, employe of an Insurance company, lived aeross the street from the McDanteia, The other, Miss Edith Huell ii stenographer, redded a few f,,t nuth of the residence. Each tes tified th.'t she was certain the screams were not those of any but B human being, although neither was able to distinguish whether they were from ti man or a Woman. gcreams Horrible, "They were horrible and startled me," said Miss Hi" M. "II sounded as (f someone had cell clinked and could not have be.. made by a ent." Miss Iteriihoff t Ratified in refutation of the defense's attorneys- claim that the noise waa,the cry of an animal. Wh " o il was called, Mr- itnie ' u ward in his chair and tfiv t g 6 ted for sighl of the nr. "T. flrltn onii Her ex- amlnal . c e ''..ffoTt. She testified she had retired shortly after 1" (clock and was awakened by a seream from the dlieetlon of the Mo Daniel home about Tnri'iy mMWeS'TM If, Then, shortly after 12, she heard four revolver shots from the same di rertlon, spoken of as having been from the revolver duel JfcDaniel has told of having had after he returned home from answering the bOgUI tSI ephone call Her testimony was shak en somewhat In the opinion of the de fense, by eross-oxamini-.tion when she declared she first thought the noise was (hat of n cat but that her llater, after Investigating, had told her the noise was not of such origin, when shots Were Fired. The questioning Of Miss Huell was marked hy n continuous cross-firing of objections and argument between members of the Opposing counsel. Miss Berghoff fixed the time of the ream as about 1 o : 4 r o'clock and the number of revolver shots as five. She also told of having heard Mr. McDan iei reaching home In bis motor ear. drive it up to the garage, and then, k the witness said, "quite a little while afterward," she heard the re volver shots. State's attorneys explained the cWMtiontng concerning the shots was 'lesiCned to refute the theory that MeDaniel engaged lit a revolver duel, '"it that the shots were fired by Mc hanM himself, as a ruse. They de clared his story was that a larger Umber had been fired and that he was fired upon as soon as his car "love up to the garage. Qther testi mony earlier" In the day had attempt it, through the location of bullet holes In tho windshield and of marks n the hood ()f his motor ear, to bring out similar hypothesis. riming the examination of Mis "erglioff, the accused prosecutor wa n his feet several times, whisperlni Mto the ears of his attorneys and ap nrently suggesting questions and ob iteUona ori,i wheat rop, Ottawa, Nov. 11, A government cablegram received today from the lytarnational institute of Agriculture KHes i,,, following official estimates "'wheat crop production: "England !'".l Wales 86 (41,000 bushels, S2 per ,ert of ist rear's crop and 10.1 per tpni of average of the flve-vear av Patre. 1 ;tnj-i 3 : Italy, l7C,f33,000 'iishels, 1 03. G )Pr cent of last year, J per rent of the five-year average gW production of Spain. England, 'jales. Ireland, Norway, Netherlands, Rumania, Russia in Europe. Bwitser M Canada, United stales, India. Ja- Egypt and Tunis. 1,18,914,00(1 luishels, r ;o 4 1pr 0(Mlt nf ()l0 pr0. ""Ctinn the .same countries last JJM and 02. R per cent of their five !ear average." Hro llncatcns Nogalca, wli- Arlz" Nov -' '''''' hni i s'i"''d ln t'p rear of a large n,el here, threatened the great' r 'ri ,,f t hr. husineas section at late Jew tonjKrit. r.uosts in the hotel 22 'orced to flee in their nlg'ii 2Zr"" The fire department was ?" benefit theatrical perform -J? ' When the fir,, started and the p had a thirt y-mltuite stall THE WEATHER TIH- VKTHKK WOUKfUkMt. wjnver, nov. h. New .Mexico east "1"'10 ,Hir' ''sin(f temperature Portioni Thursday fair, warmer. toCX WKATTIER REPORT. . of twenty-four hours, endlos at I m veaterday. SMlmuiB temperature, ,"3 degrees. St -"...Uln. L'S range, IB; temperature t BBTLWTEI BROTHERHOODS II TRIAL FOR AND FEDERATION WIFE MURDER GIIEI IMPETUS '" ''': soutlicasl wind. DSItt) jAFFTUATION OF I Labor Leaders Expect Mucli . From Congress at Next Ses sion From Power of United Efforts, NO DECISION MADE AS TO POSSIBLE STRIKE Unions to Determine Course When Railroads Refuse to Put Eight Hour Law Into Effect, .BY MONNINO IOURNAL SffCIAL LIASID WCRtl Baltimore, Md., Nov. ti. Efforts I to effect mi affiliation between ihej American r cuei a i ion oi i .a uui iuu uiu railway brotherhoods received a dt elded Impetus todaj when the feder- ictem, , trttl ii. tit 1 1 ,n ln.ei, . I 1 1 i 1 i i i I. received speeches by the four repre-1 sentatives of the brotherhoods, and' I President Qompers of the federation,! j favoring such action. ' Leaders ,f the organisations tonight were preparing to inaugurate, a Joint tight for better working conditions,! partti Ularly for railway workers of all ; classes and against all compulsory ar-j lunation measures, just as though an! official affiliation had been perfected. Expcc! Much Prom Congress. Both sides entertain high hope that j they will be able to gain much during the conimg session of congress and in previ ntlng the breaking down of pres ent favorable labor laws by presenting in united front Tney oeueve, ton, inaci Official affiliation only awaits certain formal steps to be taken by the broth-, erhooda tt thell next convention, to bej ; held some time next year. Other than to say that they would Oppose all sorts of compulsory arbi-i j tration bills in congress, the speakers Were rather Indefinite today as toi What they expected to do for the great) mass of railway workers, federation I leaders, however, say the primary ob ject of the proposed affiliation is to I bring about an universal eight-hour j i day. Undecided as to Strike. Brotherhood leaders left here after1 the. meettMti Mfidetgrmlued us to what! ! their next step would be. If they; should decide to call a strike, should; the railroads not put (he A damson j ! into effiM t .January 1. they proh- ably will ask a conference With fed-1 etation officers. Tney also win see conferences, it is believed, If the pres ent injunction suits of the railroads, are successful. No conference fol- lowed the meeting today. Shortly, after the speakers had addressed the. convention all of the brotherhood Of ficials left here for various cities. William G. Lee, Warren 8, Stone and' L E Sheppard of the trainmen, en-! gineers and conductors, returned 10 Washington, and W. B. Carter of the firemen went to New York. Lee Who made the principal address I to the convention, sought to make it I Plain thai the brotherhoods were not coming to the federation to obtain help speclficall for their fight against; the railroads over the Adamson eight-, ,,,. aa) law. He declared thai the. brotherhoods were willing to assume li responsibility In thai struggle, but ha h i,, thai the time had come when , It as to the Interest of all railway; workers to unite for their mutual ad vantage. GREET FA! LOAN Commission Is Asked Whether ! Cattle Constitute an Agri I cultural Crop, and Decline I to Decide Point, nv mo.n.no joul sssei. ussio issl I Amarlllo, Texas, Nov - Are cattle an agricultural drop " ; the knottiest problem I in oun tel o gi federal farm loan "g heard farmers from three states nere today, urge that a farm loan 1 k ( located in Amarlllo. That is something we will nave to work out." re id Commissioner rteorge W. Norrta, to the New Mwrtco farmer who inquired, xou 1,1 raised a question that this board Wi have to study and that la, JUSt w does cultivation mean." What the commissioners said was trhSgt crowd that hasded any of the meetings since the hear Inn began, today came from 'Ma bona New Mexico and northwest, '"s,T.,rR0 was the crowd thai when! thS 00 seats In the federal rtroom had been filled and several hundred were unable to get in. Comrnissloners umvk and Lobd.ll conducted n over- flow meeting in another building. Oarraasa Pongress M- Queretaro, Texas, Nov. 21.- v pre linn arc session Of the COnsUtUlonal c" " ss was held todav. but owing lo U,e delay of delegates arnvmg . .c ses sion was ajt-foJ I'oih. OeWes "rth.ia occasion Of th. 'sixty-second birthday It voZ Benedlcl todav his ho Slne l-ed m nsges of congratulation AlliLLO OUT TO BOARD MEMBERS Albuquerque Morning Journal, Wednesday, November 22, 1916. ONE SUIT LIKELY TO SETTLE ALL LEGAL QUESTIONS Attorney General and Repre sentatives of Railroads Con fer for Purpose of Agreeing Upon Quick Decision, SANTA FE CASE MAY SETTLE ALL OTHERS Both Sides Profess Anxiety to Have Matter Ended Before Jan, 1, When It Goes Into Effect, AY MORNIND JOURNAL ieCCIc CIIID WtSS Washington, Nov, II The consti tutionality of the Adamson act may be determined by the supreme court be fore January 1, when it becomes ef fective, through an understanding be tween the railroads of the country fighting it and the department of lua tc e. Attorneys for the Pennsylvania, New York Central, and Burlington toads conferred with Attorney Gener al Gregory and Solicitor General Da vis tonight, and il was understood the question was diSCUSSed Of making a lest caat Of one of the soils With B viewing to bring the law to the su preme i our! aa soon as possible. Though department officials were reticent about the conference, II is be lieved further negotiations will be un dertaken tomorrow, and thai there Is prospect of an agreement winch WOUld put the Issue on one ease If this course Is adopted, both the de partment and the railroads will make every effort to expedite the Injunction suit of the Atchison, Topcka and San ta Fe railroad set for hearing In Kan sas t'llv on November. 28, the first to be presented among the many cases to be instituted. Might sold, Whole Mutter. , decision by the siipreme court would not iii law be binding on other litigants, but if the railroads and the deoartmeni agreed that all parlies shoiil Id abide bv a deeision in this no olRer suit would be begun and n nlrcil.lv 111 siiiuted would be those already instituted would .K. Ill) dropped. Both sides are represented as anx ious thai there be an early deeision by the highest federal tiibunal of the Validity of lb Adamson act in view of the importance ol the issues invoiveu and the unsettled conditions win h may result from allure to liavo u final Interpretation promptly. (;. c Todd and Marvin ID, Under Wood of the department arc on their way to Kansas City to appear In the Santa Ke case and the departments course probably will not be deter mined finally until they are communi cated w'tli and pass on the advisabil ity of resting the issue on this case, in president's Message. Because of the renewed seriousness of the dispute over the act, President Wilson has made recommendations for railroad legislation the principal part of his next message lo congress, which he completed late today. These recommendations, il became definitely known tonight, will be practlcallj the same as those made by him to eon gross last Augusl when the Adamson bill a part of his program, Was en acted to prevent the threatened sink, . The question was diSCUSSed al today's cabinet meeting, ami Attorney Gener al Gregory reported on the steps taken by his department 'it was learned today that the pres ident has been strongly but vainly urged to recommend legislation au- thorislns the Interstate Commerce commission to regulate wages paid on railroads in addition to the propo sals made last summer for enlarge ment of the commission, forced Inves , i.. ,.,. ,,r disputes before strikes or lockouts, and authorisation to commission to consider wages in Ing freight rales, the president is ,i.,sii,n,l lo have decided again the fix-un- lo uigc that congress make all arbitral awards In such disputes judgments by i ecord of a court of law Executives in Conference, The railway executives now In Washington he ld an extended meeting today to determine the order In which their testimony will be presented Thursday to the joint congressional committee investigating railroad problems. The first spokesman will be a. P. Thorn, counsel to the railway executive and advisory committee. Prank Trumbull, chairman nf the advisory committee, gave out a statement saving the executives wanted to help Hie joint com mittee in arriving at a conclusion w hli h WOUld make the railroads BlOtt useful, but adding: "The representatives of the rail roads had no completed plan or pro ; ram to submit al this time, and did ,ol wish lo annear as me snvocaiei opponents or any spec 1,11 piun. Mr Trumbull said the executives fen that many laws relating to rail ways espec ially state law's, were pri marily punitive, and restrictive. MOTION M t.oi i:Ml NT MAY IN I' M bill AtTloN Kansas City, Nov. II. LSgttl sklr mlshlng in the fight of the railroads ,.f the United States against the Ad amson eight-hour law was brought to ., tudden issue today by a motion filed bj the jovernment in the i-nite.i ctH(es district court hers, which it is expected will i "suit In a decision on the constitutionality of the law bv the supreme court of the United ."tales before January I, when the law Is to em Into effect. "I'roloni-'ed litigation should if pos sible I, avoided, otherwise Injury may Ig, at to the public and the railroads ad their employs." the government in its motion as a reason for its action. , . The covernrnent s motion. wnicn . . ,n,iiii lost chiefs Alexander OF ADAMSON LAW i CALIFORNIA VOTE NOT LIKELY TO BE SPLIT 1ST koitiwi jours, IM1 IAI ii,ftii mirk; San I'ram lseo, Nov i I Little hko Ithood of a split electoral vote in Cali fornia was seen here tod iv by repub licans who have checked the un official election figures of fifty of the state fifty -eight counties The eight missing counties, although thSJ IB' elude the most populous m the state, will not develop any serious discrep ancies; according to some of the party leaders who gav they have closely lowed the trend Of the canvass bi made by the various county flclals. President Wilson's plurality) ac cording to the check of the republi cans will b "Ot less than 1.411, These figures, it was stated, did not lake into consideration the lop, I from the eighl counties whose returns are v el to be filed with the secretary of state. After a careful checking up of all precincts, ail over the state, there is no possibility Of Wilson losing Cali fornia, according to the announcement made by the democratic slale central committee. Then checking shows the lowest democratic elector to be 1,100 voics ahead of the highest republi can elector, Th highest democratic clei tor has a lead of I, inchest republican 90 over ths ADVANCE OF CANADIAN TROOPS IS REPORTED Y MUHNINtt JOURNAL tPli I A L , t ,,ltl WIBfl Ottawa, Nov. l' i An advance by Hi, Canadian troops ulo-ig a front of about S.500 yards with the capture Of til:, wounded ami unweunded Ger mans, Is described In a communloar lion is.su, ,i today by the war records offices covering the operations of No vember H hy the dominion sobilcis at the Hi IttSh front Canadian guns had been concen trating a heavy fire for several days on a strong line of German trenc hes which became the objective when the Infantry offense began al tl o'clock. This objective was consolidated In Its entirety, the statement says, the movement being vlrtuall) " a swing forward of our left pivoting on our right" The gain varied from about (00 yards on tho right to noarlv 1,000 yards on the left. The troops at the left advanced f,00 yards beyond the objective, the cosamuntcatton declares, and took a section of the QrandCOUH trem h which it consolidated success fully, but this unit was withdrawn Inter "l-eauHC the pccition forced too dangerous a salie nt." The Canadian losses wc re compara tively light, "Willi fe wer casualties than were to be expected," T I Americans Returning From Parral Skeptical as to Stor ies Brought Back by Chin ese: Had Pleasant Trip. r MO RN 1 NQ JOURNAL SPiflAL Li A R , D WIR, Ncmales, Arts., Nov. -I. FoUI Ann lican refugees ftom Parral who arrived here last night said todav they weie skeptical of reports thai ail foreigners remaining there had been killed after Villa and his bandits occupied the town They said thej left as a matter of expediency and not through antlcipatl if any real dan ger. The four men said there were about sixty Americans and oibcr foreign ers In Parral when ihey left their mine, two miles outside Parral, No vember 2, believing Villa would come (here after taking Santa. Rosalia Howard Gray, an American, thay said. Volunteered lo remain In c ban B or the mines t. G, Hawkins, Jr., of ki Paso; su perintendent of the AlVarado Mining roranany's Parral mines, said the trip here "reatls was witheeiit dangers." 1 led by tbr. e of tin ployes, Leslie Webb Donald. Of Bl PaSO, pleasurable." and ta was acoompan comnans s e-m- and Bernard Mc-1 and W. Morris i left here of I. os Alice b s. Th fl loday for their homes. Hawkins describing the rip bore, lo have said be and hll lliell dec lei the vloinlty heard of th Parral, when ihev leath of DT. cbarb's b'lshe-i- an American at Santa Kosalia They fell sine Villa would conic to Parral next, so on November - they moved from their mine. tWO miles outside Barrel, to one fifteen miles away, where they remained until Vll ls entered Parral Then they retired two days' Journey Into the mountains, keeping In touch with Banal through a s ste in of couriers. l aic of Vmcrtcana i nknewn. The last courier advices. Hawkins said, teild nothing of (he fate of the Americans p maining there, but did relate the Imprisonment of Chinese and Assyrians, "n the night of No vember i" the party started for the west- arriving at Cilllaenli, Sinaloa. Without mishap , Hawkins fixed October it as i1"' date Villa entered Santa Rosalia. He ami his companions s.,ui the, following fore igners were at Parral when they left: W. C. Bryan, a min er; W. K. Palmer, railroad man; Jake Meyers, commission man; William Scott, merchant; Andy I reh irt, mine foreman, all Americans, Dr. Thomas Flannigan, British subject; Hoemul icr. a German, and Carl Pfeiaer, a Cu ban. They said Kdgar Koch, German VfeOS consul at Santa Uosalia, was re ported safe. In addition to the above, there We re- ale 111 fifty Chine se' cod Arabs in th" town Two other for eigners whose names they did not re- member Were reported to have sought safely bv fleeing from Santa Rosalia in the- lake country. Dr. Courdova, a Mexican physician, a refugee, from Parral. stated lloe muller had been killed, having an- gered Villa by displaying in the show window of his pharmacy a twettle ef ears of i';c iiieia.i soldiers, sept to him in confidence with Instructions to warn General Herrera that he WOUld Suffer sue tl a fate. REFUGEES DOUBT Tift FOREIGNERS HAVE BEEN SLAIN teutons crush 'EMPEROR FRANCIS JOSEPH H o 1 fill VFIRfi MARKFfl WITH tlLLIIlull Rib UN ' . " .' Defenders May Be Caught Fatally Between Converg ing Forces of InvaderS) Says Overseas Report RUSSIANS REINFORCE ONE PART OF FIELD French and Serbian Troops Are Pursuing Germans and Bulgarians in Macedonia. Northward From Mouastir, BV MONNINO inUWNAL SPtCCAL C.IACIO WIHt Austro-German forces In southwest Rumania have capture d Craiova, unci I he Rumanians arc retreating In the Jiul valley, Rumanians are outflanked at Craiova, and seemlmls must be c aught in Hie vise of the A. US- 1 tro-GermanS from the norlh and ; south, i The Teutonic allies arc advancing in i the ah valley, where Petrograd ad-1 mils the Rumanians are retiring southward 1 Little fighting Is rep, iiicd from nnv of the other r rents. Bombardments and minor infantry attacks have oc curred In the Itall in theater according to Parts, the entente al lied troops north cif Monastlr are sun pressing the Germans and Bui gars. West Of Monastlr, Italians have repulsed counter attacks delivered by the Teutonic allies. An unofficial ills patch from Balonikl says the Serbians have, captured seven villages wesl and northwest of Monastlr. Berlin reports the sinking of the French guard vessel and seven mer chantman i a airman submarine m the h'.ngiish channel. The French I mlntstrj of marine denies t a- anv I French war vessel has been sunk i there. rn IN Kilt i i( i ni.s Ml M i n HKTU1 I Petrorrad, Nov. oil. -The official statement tod v rot ws: 1,'iiinai'la'.. f roc rf 0 fransylvania, In (he Alt Mini I Is attack! with e'en- pressure of manian troops ille 4-iie mv cioiillttuej he usual lon e, l'n- ibc- enemy thl Flu arc retiring slowly southward. in the Jiul valley the Rumanians under mc pressure of supe rior enem) forces, retired to 1,10 ration of Hash." RV.M WHS I (lt( I S IN ritrncWi IMTIIIN London, Nov. 22, The occupation ,,f the Rumanian town of Craiova, reported be German official headquar ters, has not yel been confirmed from the entente side, bul the fart thai no Rumanian offl tlal report has been Issued since yesterday leaves little reason to doubt lis correctness, The offic ial reports from both Her man and Russian headquarters the last two ciavs had prepared the public for this news for Hie. success of the central powe rs, but it had I n hoped that Russia, Which was known to be sending reinforcements Into Runjanla as fast as possible, might be In lime t,, avert the blow. Craiova is an Important town In the center of a great grain district on the edge of the Wallaohlan plain, and is an important railway Junction, its possession bj ths central powers eh,, railroad communications of eiil t lie Rumanian armies holding the Qrsovi region to the west, As the lines fron Turgu Jiu. south of Vulcan pass, am fr the Danube frontier, opposite Vldln pass through Craiova, the post tlon of the Rumanian forces in Orsovi now are extremely critical and thi mav 1 omuelted to evacuate ihe re son 1 eglon, I be holding of whloh has no to 1 lo- Dresent ba rred the Teutonic allies from the use of Acccordlng to Inf Die. Danube armal Ion In Bu - to iiilan h.-aibiiiartcis in l.oiuloii the entente allies had already made pro-i Vision thai the huge stores of grain I,, ( 'laiova should not fall Into enemy hands. The swiftness with which von fPalkenha) n struck 'rab,v a has caused surprise here , as today's Russian of- flclal communication reports that the Rumanian retreats as having only rea. hod FllllUSh, about twenty miles noi l h of i 'ralov a. Home anxiety is f it that nothing has lie-e-o heard of III- (,011111111 i, co, marsh. el, v. ,11 Maokensen's operations In DobrudjS for some ti and it ,s suggested that bis recent retreat may have been a deliberate move to con ceal the assemblage of big fences tot- ssibic crossing of the Danube op posits i'i wher.' General von Faiken- havn is fiuhtltig. in which ease ho oieoht i.n exnected t" be bean: of at Nikopoli, or further os I .I Kahova VON IA0OW RESIGNS FROM FOREIGN OFFICE IIV MORNCNC, COURNAL ,1-tCIAL IIAD WIR, Amsterdam. Nov. II (via London), e lolilleb vim Jegew, th Herman, minister of foreign affairs, has Signed, according to a Berlin (lis patch, 'ilo- condition e,r his health is given as the cause of bis resignation Dr. Alfred Zlmmermann, under Bet rotary e,f foreign affairs, ih - patch adds, probably will succeed von Jagow. The Tageblatl prints a rumor that Hen miii Jagow will become ainbassa dor at Vienna, j Red Cross Head In Ool umbos. Columbus. N, if., Nov. 21. Major General Arthur Hurray, t". I. a., re tired, field manager oi the Ame rican Red Cross arrived riere vesieinny bhibiic u" "r " - """ mute to field headquarters of the sinietion work when the secretary v ,,. nunitlve enedlUon In Men decides Ths yards are al Boston, CO on a Red Cross "preparedness mis-j sion," as he expressed it. n pprrjp nu nr T0prn rp uUuuLJdIUIl Uf inHIOILO BLOODY DEATHS OCCUR TO MANY CLOSE MEMBERS OF AUSTRIAN IMPERIAL FAMILY Youngest Brother, Maximilian, Is Executed in Mexico; Sis ter Is Burned to Death in Paris and a Niece in Vienna; a Cousin Drowns Himself in Stahrenbcrg: Crown Prince Rudolph and Baroness Marie Vetscra Are Found Dead in Hunting Lodge. Whether From Suicide or Murder May Never Be Known; Archduke Johann Salvator, Favorite Nephew and Heir to Throne After Death of Crown Prince, Sails Away on Merchant Ship and Fate Is Shrouded in Mystery; Empress Elizabeth Is Assassinated, and Killing ot Nephew. Archduke Ferdinand, Plunges World Into War CARRANCISTAS GUARD PASS INTO SON0RA v M.-HNINO loUNNA! acfe I A 1. LIAtfO WIN!) I louglas. An.., Nov General Arnulfo Gomez, with between 1,60(1 and L'.oiin men. has been sent eastwaiel from the HermoaUlo district overland tO lleeleoe s puss, the IllOst feasible ell- trance for Vllls bandits, should they attempt to invade sonora. according to reports received In Ague Prists to day. it is rumored that Gomes tores win be reinforced by s considerable aumbei e.f volunteers freHl the south - ern pa 1 1 of the Moi te mn dtstrti I ami tho Bahdaripa dim ot, who are mobillslna m ths towns. No additional troops reached Agux Prists today, although reporw from southern Honorn Indicated Unci the mobilisation of available forces fpi the movement north and east co llnued. BRITISH S1EAMFR 'IS FIRFD ON BY SUBMARINE 'Ne, MOANIN, JOURNAL SKICIAL CAIIN,! New York. Nov. 'J I The British Steamer Siamese Prince, returning ill ballast after delivering a cargo of el Hie il fe I 11 I'l cni h gov -wll koul 1 ISI inn 11 e-oasi on fflcars of here to ic officers Nov mber iessel, tordlng to h arrived the v el. IV . Thi said: The Will shots were fired, attack tool, place ai 7 a. iii , 200 miles a' sea, while a heavy sea was running. No attempt was made lo torpedo Hi - ship, w hich is eiwnccl by Furness, Withy A Co,, and she cm tied no passengers The officers or the v.-sei ludged ihai the attacking boal , Vas about a mile distant. Advancina erv thing Cosl Aho al It Would II it Double iivc Cost Yc ir A 0. , morning journa, f,o Washington, Nov. :m high and growing cost I (riven 'be bouse naval AL LIA,,n WCR, i.igin on the eef navies Was committee to- ! da v by I iimn al Frederic k R. Harris chief of the bureau of yards ami ,1m, us explaining ins estimates for the fiscal year 1(11, Admiral Har ris said Increasing prices of material and labor wero rendering the. huge navy building program on which the, country has inherited doubly ex pensive, submitting an estimate e.f 12,000,- linn for snore staiom maintenance ,g. ni. si 1 1 .von. nun last year, ne warnea tbe eommil le-e I hat t be lo t ual sum I needed would be nearer M.000,000, j which would i.uy io, more than (1,800,- j j ono did a year ago. He explained that i structural steel bail gone up from io $hil. and thai last quotations on I I locomotive cranes ran as high as, i$:'t.n(io for machines 'bat cost iinjnio lasi year, Admiral Hani- was doubtful that It i would nosslble to const i net at tin I I'hilad ilphla yard within the csit the thousand-foot Jrydock lor , ongreas a dpi "i" lated l,000,- mates whicb linn. II. er eh 1 1 NorrolK, h. : said, apparentl , thai price. B , the Phlladelpl j next January, j The admiral I had not vet , t yards deslgnati urnisnea sii istruction of ia dock Will be asked said So, reda i y I ianiels termined whli b of tbs d tor in pital ship e cell Stlllellon Wei lo p.- equlppe .I out ol the' 6, Hen. null fund a ppropi lalcil last year. Complete studies have be"U made of all four plants, ha added,. PI w 1 1 i : 1 1 WAVY PROGRAM IS CUT INTO MOST DEEPLY JUST NOW Prices Make Fv- Ini! bv ari-icr or .Mnll.74 n If on th, Single cpieH, M . MORNINfl JOUHNAl tPICIAt C I A,P WIN! tattdon, Nov. :ll a. ni.) Km- peror Francis Joseph died last night .,1 tl ee'eleee k III Si lloellbrUIl CllStlO, BC- cordiiiK to a Iteiiler dispatch from Vienna by way of Amsterdam. Archduke Charles Francis, grand ne phew of Kinperor Francis Joseph, be cam,- lieu to the throne of Austria b) the assassination of Arehdviko Francis Ferdinand prior to the out break of the war. He has been In command Of the Austrian armies on various fronts during the pnst tw yea i s Archduke Charles Praadli was horn on August 17. IK7. Ills wife was Princess Sits of the Bourbon bouse ot Parma. Mis father was the Archduke eitlo. who was the young brother of Fi iipds Ferdlnandi VniMtcrtliini, No,. No,.. -'i. I ;."0 a. 01 1 a tiu I am ion, Tie. Vienna bul I, HO Issued Tu laj v ,ning rones pn II 'condltlici of I'imiH " nc ''))"' t" I jfts-i'pn sUB: The ici'l or the Inflammation In Ihe right li ng, established y sterftSv has lie re as, ' The- iiatlent's teinpera tUrS earlv Ibis mottling Was .18.1, reaumur; al '- o'clock 3.r,, and this evening :t !.. Breathing had acceler ated to thirty respirations a minute. Appetite small and vitality visibly lowered." I l I'l Bolt's 111 M il S i:bi en i IN VIBNH Isnntlnn, Nov. M, Telegraphing from Amsterdam, the Central News correspondent says: "Vienna ri porls thai although the death "f Hie emperor had been ex pei ted, llie news, which was printed in spe c nil editions of the newspapers made i cb'ep impression on the pub lic special cabinet meeting was held The- heir to the throne, Arch duke Charles l'"iaties, has for some I line In Vienna. "A Sting of the Hungarian cabi net loo been called at Budapest. Pro mo r Tlsxa will afterward come to VI- i on Hastened by War. lake the death of Hope Bills X, tho etoi oi the venerable Bmperor Francis Joseph is charged largely against tho real war The one man was a hclp- s la tor, shoe Ice cl at I ne norror ,,f such a sudden and widespread . lash Of arms. the oilier the man Whose action In avenging the assas slinelleeii of Ins heir engulfed nine nu- tlons in combat, W illi h'lancis Joseph's death III tho mldsl of this great conflict there Is a remarkable c limax Hi a long list ot tragedies In ths llapslnirg family -a. list unparallsd in any other reigning; house In Europe Including the aseW xlnatlon nr violent death of seven near , I e-l ellves. The fortitude with which tho em- peror bore- each blow anil In biter ear withstood Ihe Inroads of III health himself was the wonder of tho I pie t e ars that the shoc k of tho , eiiaiioo of his heir, the Arch- jcluke Francis Ferdinand and his con norl while on B stilto visit to Bosnia on l 8th last, would kill Ihe ein- I i Bin- answered In chariicleristicj i mannei Francis Jose ph, ihen Hearing nu stih birthday, recuperating at ischl from a catarrhal affliction which each pilng bad wote heaivily upon lllm, mustered strength to return to Vienna Immedlatel and take a firm grip ot ilo confused stale of affairs. With Ihe royal funeral rites oli aig8rve(ji ,,ni the now heir, tho young hduke Carl Francis .losepli recog- nixed, the ve nerable emperor and bla advisors turned to Be r via with de manda which started all Buropo. From ihi oltlmatum of July 1J danouaelgig the ., nt i-A usli Ian propaganda and do- mandini prompt punishment of tho issasslni i Archduke Ferdinand, ac rordlnii to Items supposedly dictated by Francis Joseph himself, practically I rtlttes th ,c.n now raVnKing in r.urope. Maiiil'csl,, Issiietl. In his manifesto of July II, tho day of formal declaration of war upon HrvlH Fra Ill-Is .loseoh said' '.The intrigues of a malevolent op tho the sc. - the poIlen( compel me in defense of iy nmiiarcliv and for prol'-e Ii of ils digniiv and tile j cUrity i sword 4 11 pose salons to grasp b.iig years of peace. The. nop, that Bervta would keep its word lias not been fulfilled; tno ii cm. . i Its hatred for myaetf and my i ta always biased higher. In this solemn hOW 1 am fully eon scioua of tho whole significances of my ol , and ms respesoaiMllty heforo the Alniigbtv I have examined anil w mbe , i ' c rylhing, and with sereno 1( cliluaitctj eal I'll,; I cur I "oud