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SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1915
PRICE TWO CENTS S
Only 270 Are Accounted For Definitely Saved Accord
ing to London Reports-Believed That German Sub
marine Was Real Perpetrator, Although Austrian Flag
Was Flying Prince Cassano, Famous Italian Painter,
Is Thought to Be Among Lost Survivors Are Being
Landed At Various Points
'London, Nov. 10. Nearly three hun
dred persons, mostly women and chil
dren, possibly including several Amer
icans, lost their lives when a submarine
torpedo crashed into the Italian liner
Aneona off Bizerta, Tunis, yesterday,
according to Lloyds todnv.
Of 582 uhonrd only 270 are definite
ly accounted for ns saved.
Madrid dispatches reporting British
destruction of two Oerman submarines
off Gibraltar were deemed significant.
Suggestions were current that u tier
muu unterseeboote, shielded behind an
Austrian flag, was the real perpetrator
of what was denounced by Englishmen
us an uupnrdouuble outrage. Whether
tho attack on the vessel was without
warning, or whether she was attempting
flight, was not known.
Survivors, according to dispatches,
have been landed at Bizerta, I'upe Bon
tind Ferryvitle, Africa. "
Prince Cnssuno, a famous Italian
painter, was among the passengers but
Ins fate is unknown. Home advices in
dicated that the heaviest casualties
were among the emigrant passengers.
That the nttneking submarine fired
100 shells at the Ancona gave some
ground for belief that she was attempt
ing to escape.
Lloyds figures gained confirmation
as the day wore on for the Tailed
States consul at Naples reported 270
At tho same time, belief that Amen- der," was the characterization of the
cans were pmong the missing developed submnriue uttnc.k upon the Italiau liner
into a certainty. Aneona which General Manager Hart-
. Berlin officially reported that ou field of the lino today used iu discuss
Austrian submarine sank tho Ancona, jug the incident. He felt that tho sink-
nut excused u ou inn gronim luat wv
Italian vessel sought to flee.
The Ancona was of 8,210 tons, 482
feet iu length and C8 feet beam.
She had been engaged iu carrying
Italian reservists from New York uad
in transporting food supplies, but ac
cording to her management hud never
carried munitions because rules for-,
hade such transportation when pas-
sengers were aboard. 1
cue pinycu a orumatic part in wep.
tcmber in saving passengers from, the
flaming JSnut' Anna in mid-ocean.
' Survivors Are Landed.
Paris, Nov, 10. With B70 survivors
of the Ancona tomcdoinff renorted tin-
- ,i , . . . iu,t-n ji-Bn-iuur, unvi. m-i-ii luiilicu
officially to have been landed at Bizer- jn two of the Ancona 's bonts Ht Capi
ta, Tunis, orders were given today for Bon. Rome dispatches said that US
authorities there to do their utmost to passengers and seamen arrived at Fer-
aid them. rwillo, and that the worst injured had
Meantime, admiralty officials liiclin- been taken to hospitals,
od to suspect that Germans rather than The vessel carried 422 passengers and
Anstrians were responsible for the tor- a Crew of 100.
podoing. Though the attacking sub-, '
marine flew the Austrian.flag, authori- Fired 100 Shots
i.u-o uiuiigur ii niuurui to expect tnat
the Germans would hoist tho Austrian
colors in ense they wero operating
ngaiuBt an Italian vessel, inasmuch as
Limy uuu uermuuy are not at. war,
This view was- strengthened here
from the fact that no Austrian subma
rines have been reported lately in the
Mediterranean though they have nrob-
uuiy Dcen in tne Aunatic, wnne i.er-
man undersea crnrt aro known to have
been in the Mediterranean.
The Hermans already have sunk a
number of French and a few small Ital
ian merchantmen. !
Rome dispatches mentioned a large j
submarine ns the assailant. This fits'
the description of mammoth submarines
sc s(c ic sc sc s)c tfc sc sc
Tn' difference between
a Turk an a
Itiissinn is that one flees an' th' oth-
or retreats. Til teller who wrote "I
would not live nllus," got what he
which Ccrmany has been Rending
through the Mediterranean, presumably
for Greek service. .
Fate of Many Unknown.
Romo, Nov. 10. The fate of the miss
ing persona who were aboard the Ital
ian liner Anemia which was torpedoed
yesterday by au Austrian submarine,
was still uncertain today. Ten hun
dred and seventy had been reported
lauded at Bizerta, Tunis, uud other re
ports indicated additional survivors
Meantime the government made ev
ery effort to get exact figures.
Whether any Americans were among
the victims of the Austrian undersea
craft was still iu doubt.
That the torpedoing came with Utile
or no warning was deemed probable
from the fact that among the survivors '
are some wounded. This indicates thai
the torpedo struck the vessel while her I
company was still nbourd
The submarine which sank tho An
cona was of a large type and flew the
Austrian flag. The Ancona reached
Naples from New York on October 'i.
carrying 12(5 Italian reservists and was
bound back for New York when she was
attacked in the Mediterranean goon aft
er leaving Naples.
Calls It Murder.
New York. Nov. 10. "Absolute mur-
mg was likewise an "unnecessary
300 on Death Roll.
London, Nov. 10. Three hundred of
the Ancona ' crow and passengers,
mostly women and children, were
drowned, according to a Lloyds dispatch
from Bizerta today
The number includes many emigrants
Bn(j probably somo Americans, it wa
Fifty-four- Have Landed.
London, Nov. 10. Fifty-four mem
bers of the crew and some injured of
the Italian liner Ane.onn
S bv the Aiwtrimtfl ulinrflv nffni. Innvimr
xf,.ia I.-..- i
London, Nov. 10. The submnriue
whieh ! luo Italian liner Anconn
fired 100 hnr l.nr ncnnr.Kmr tn
Rome dispatch today,
BOOKER BREAKS DOWN.
Nnv 1 fl Sill f ftiTt nir frmtt
a liervnnn bienkdnwn. Honker T Wn.li.
mglon, noted negro educator, is in Ht.ihenring in their attempt to get an in
Lukes hospital today.
IN FOOTBALL TEAMS
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 10. Several j of potatoes; Sam Owens, right guard,
highwaymen, burglars and other law'1711, charged with iiisnulti It. Kami
breakers and one "life termer" sen-i'1''1'"' ,'''n, Kiinrd, 170, 1 to B years for
, , . ,. .. .. , . ; UNHiuilt ; K. Lund, right end, Hi), con-
fenced to the penitentiary for murder, vi,.t,( f . j(l,m'lmilll.
willtnke part In a grim gridiron battle : quarter, captain, III.", convicted rob
between football tenms of King county ; bcrv; K. Kanana, left, 1211, burglary;
jail prisoners here Thanksgiving day. ! 1). '( 'iimpos, right tn.lle If.O, charged
Plnnner nt first as a court yard, with ussnult; F. Wulduum, left tackle,
event, the giune now promises to be an L'Oll, charged with burglary; S. Villa
affair of much greater moment, as flor, right half, Mo, sentenced to life
Juiler llally and Sheriff Hodge nre for murder; F. N. Smith, left half, 1L0,
mulling nrmiigeiiients to hold the bnt- binglur; Kd Nelson, fullback L'00, rob
tie on some public field. An effort is berv,
being made to secure Dugdiilc Park. Tank ten in L. A. Stodidale,
Other events are being scheduled to fullback, enptnin, 101, 1 to 8 vears,
precede the game. A band of l.'i pieces burglary; Hubert Hunter, right ' half,
hns been engaged nnd two jnil qimr-, 17(1, N months nssiiult; llenrv I'eler
tets will mid to the enjoyment. J son left, tackle, i:;5, nsiiult; k Muel-
The players will be guarded by depn- ler, right end, LIU, inn ing illegal litem
ty sheriffs and n large number of. turn iu his possession; fl. T. .Innes,
trusties, who w ill stand on the side .center. IPS, assault; .lohn Toomey, left
lines. lend. I.'I.V 1 to j vears for forue'rv: (I.
Football uniforms have been obtain-
ed from Coach Dobio of tne I'niversity
of Washington. Practice is being held
daily in the county jail corridors.
Two superior judges will net in ref-
erees uml will speak to the convicts
during tjie intermission.
The game will be played in the morn -
ing, thut the event may not interfere
with nnother uniue sc heduled lor the
snine day. No admission will be.
The lineup: i ton in today thanking him for sn invl-
North Tank team ('. Mapes, center. Itation to tho guiiic and saying he would
172, serving IHl days for stealing anckbe preseut.
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HIS HEAD SNAPS OFF.
Fort Worth, Texas. Nov. 10
While spectators looked on
aghast, (.'. A. Myers' head was
snapped from his body when
he was hanged hero today 1'or
tho murder of A. W. Mon
tague. His body crashed through
to tlie pit, while the staring
eyes in the head in the hang
man's noose looked out with
ghastly expression on the crowd
The body dropped 12 feet,
while the head came off as
clean as though severed with
Wood spattered in nil direc
tions and formed in pools on the
floor. The sight caused several
persons to faint.
Troops of Republic Must First
Win Decisive Victories
By William Philip Siinms.
( United Press .Staff Correspondent.)
Paris, Nov. 10. "All this peace talk
Tims spoke Premier Briand today,
addressing a group of American corres
pondents in the. first audience of Its
kind ever granted by a cabinet offi
"e permitted the reporters to gather
arounu nun and usii ns many ques
tions ns President Wilson permits Am
l ou may rest assured that it i
not tho French starting these rumors,"
the premier continued. "Until our sol
diers, fighting and dying iu yonder
trendies, nave won decisive victories,
we will not talk pence here."
the premier, however, would not dis
cuss the Balkan situation because the
allies operations lire only building
"Perhaps later I'll be able to talk
more freely," be ndded. "This is no
tmio for words, but rather for deeds.
He promised to ask Genernl Joffre
for permission to let tha correspondents
visit, inn rront.
" Franco, " he commented, "has
nothing to hide from anybody. Only
military expediency prevents allowing-
you tno complete liberty or gathering
Latest Balkan Bulletins
Bucharest, Nov. 10. The kings of
Huinnnia, Bulgaria and Greece were re
ported todav plunnmg to meet to d'a
cuss the Balkan situation.
London. Nov. 10. Cmiimunlcntions
! Minister ltukhloff has resigned, Petro
K'MU uinHiit-ui-9 Hlllil IU1S mieruuoa.
Athens, Nov. 10. King Constuntine
signed a decree Tuesday dissolving par
liament, the Kmhros declared today,
which will be published today unless re-
London, Nov. 10. Indications that
former Premier Venizelos is ueuutuit
ing with the government with a view to
invoiuing dissolution .of the Greek pnrli-
n'nt, were reported in nn Atheus dis
DENY RATE INCREASE
Washington, Nov. 10 The interstate
commerce commission today denied
nesiern railways application for a re-
crease of rates on livestock and meats
Drown, left half, Ms, grand larceny;
K. F. Mender, quarter. 11."), I to 15 yenrs
for grand hireenv; Max Fisher, right
iguard, 10.1, charged with grand Inrcenv;
j Walter Durham left guard, 1M charged
; with running niitouiobile without the
iowneis permission; H, Wilinont, right
1 tackle, II.", charged grand Inrcenv; M.
j Kemnitz, sub, l.w, :io days for 'petit
t Inn pnv.
Prosecutor Lundin sent u letter to
Captain Stnckdiile of the Fast Tank
County Courts May Be Forced
To Close Structure On Ad
CALLED IN CONSULTATION
Would Be Closed Today If
Any Other Bridge Were
Near Says Holmes
weak and wobbly steel bridge
for unother examination this
afternoon which will in all probability
result in tho permanent closing of the
"The bridge is safer after being re
paired than it was before but still is
not safe," said Assistant Highway En
gineer Holmes this afternoon, "aud if
there were another bridge available
within any reasonable distance tho steel
bridge would be closed tonight."
When the workmen began their re
pairs on the bridge it was found that
steel that looked to be in a good stuto
of preservation was rusted to tho cen
ter. Rivets thut appeared to bo solid
were broken in tin' fingers aud one
plate three-fourths of an inch in thick -
uess and eight or 10 -inches wido was
broken in the hands of tho workmen
as it was taken out of the bridge. In
view of these conditions the state high
way engineering department called in
II. Morse, who is the western represen
tative of Ralph Mojeska to make an
other exsminution. f the structure.
The bridge department of the state
highway commission is standing square
ly behind their report when they pro
nounced it imperative that the bridge
be closed and state that the repairs
now being made are simply replacing
rrienibers that have entirely deteriorat
ed, As other members are being un
covered jt has been found that the
steel was in worse condition than an
ticipated and will never be safe though
it will bo improved by tho repairs. In
order that an entirely unbiased opiniob
might be rendered on the bridge Mr.
Morse was called in to look over the
Tho bridge department and tho coun
ty courts have considered tho urgent
public demand that the bridge be kept
open in view of the business that daily
passes over the bridge but if tho rc-,
port of Mr. Morse is that the bridge is
unsafe even for light traffic it will be
closed by the county court. Mr. Morse
had not finished his report this after
noon but the further he dug Into the
rusted steel the more dubious was the
outlook for the life of the structure.
The bridge has also developed a de
cided leaning upstream and the wenk
eued laterals will not permit tighten
ing to draw the structure bnck into
line. The report of Mr. Morse will be
made-to the highway engineer's office
and then submitted to tho county court.
It has been estimntod that the closing
of the bridge would cause a daily loss
of $000 to the city of Salem and it is
in view of this fact that every effort
is beinir made to keop the bridgo open.
The expenses of repairs now being made
are but a small percentage of the losr
that would be sustained if the bridge
were closed for any. length of time and
the bridgo department considers that
the money spent In replacing tho rot
ten plates Is well spent.
PHOTOGRAPHER MAY LIVE.
Portland, Or., Nov. 10. The condi
tion of (!. V, Mc.Monagle, photographer
for the Morning Oregonian, who fell
twenty feet from a fire escape yester
day while taking pictures, was serious
liiiinv Ilia It 1 1 1 1 wns bmllv frncturocl.
McMounglo s pliysician said mat he
had a fighting chance for life.
WORK OF SUBMARINE
London, Nov. 10. The British ves-
sels Cnlifnrnlaii and Moorina hnvo been
sunk bv submarines.
The Ynlifnriiiiiu wus a vessel of'
nil".; in,., n l-i-,.ii,i.,i,.,l Kimyll.in!
,i i - .t...
unit nut- wan n tit-uui ui mo imtiiimii
submarines known to be in the Mediter
ranean. A submarine once shelled her
nnd she escaped,
The Mnoruiu is unlisted in standard
Oerman Stesmer Missing.
Loudon, Nov. 10. The German coal
laden steamer Cnrdelin, Hum burg
owned and missing since Sunday is he
lie I'd to have been sunk by a British
submarine, according to news agency
dispatches toduy. '
London, Nov. TO. Twenty-three
aboii id the Biitish transport Mercian
were killed by shells ill the Mediter
ranean when nn . eni iny submarine
dinned and fired on her, tho admiralty
announced today. Fifty others wero
wounded but the transport managed to
Thirty pcrsous are "missing."
BE WORSE 1
WILL THE WAR END
Berlin, Nov. 10. The Europ
ean war will end tomorrow,
says a postcard from a Oerman
soldier in the Vosges. "Ger-
lllnnv's Inst, irrent- wnr wn in
'1S70-1871. Pence was eondud-
cd May 10, 1871. Add 1870
ti 1871 aud you get ".741. Add
tho first two figures, 3 and 7,
and you get 10. Add the hist
two and you get 5, meaning
"This war has been in 1011-
1915. Add 1014 to 1015 and
you get 3829. Add the tirst
two figures and you get It. Add
the last two and you get 11,
meaning that peace will come
French Financier Sees Change
Wrought As Result of
New York, Nov. 10. New York is
bound to supplant London as the
world's financial center, according to
M. Chouffour of the visiting French
commissioners, who are intent on ar
ranging for purchase of millions of
dollurs worth of American products to
rehabilitate France after tho war.
"London may not like it," com
mented Chouffour, polishing his mon
ocle, "but it is inevitable. Civiliza
tion and finance are moving west-
The commission will go to Washing
ton to meet Ambassador Jussernud and
M. D Amour, leader of the commis
sion, explained that tho delegates are
not engaged now in making contracts,
but nre looking over factories with a
view to making vast future purchases.
"It is impossible to know what nv
need, because the Germnns hold much
of northern Franco. But when we
throw them out," here he pantoinin
od the action "we will toll the gov
ernment what is needed. '
"We cannot buy from Germany at
ter the war perhaps nf'ter 50 years we
will forfrct we II see.
Three of tho five commissioners, who
themselves had served ot the front, re
pudiated tho thought of peace at this
Report Direct From Italy Says
Washington, Nov. 10. Two hundred
and seventy persons were saved in the
Ancona torpedoing, according to t on.
sul White at Naples, enabling to the
state department, the first official
news concerning the torpedoing.
The consul stated thut two Americans
Mrs. Francisco Maseolo Uuiitim nnd
her minor child boarded the vessel at
Afterward Secretary Lansing cabled
Ambassador Page nt Kome to have a
consul sent direct to the sceno of the
torpedoing uud to mnko a personal re
ort. State demrtinent 'officials stated
that intervention of American in the
situation hinged on the question of
'whether or not the vessel was escaping
after being warned.
The president is seeking nil possible
information. It was pointed out, how
ever, that even if Americans were kill
ed, as newspaper mesinges seemed to
niuicnie, no proicsi couio in- iiiinu: 10
Austria if the Ancnnu was fleeing uf
ter being warned.
Officiuls of the line compiled a table
showing that throughout the summer,
each of their ships curried from one to
in or approaching the snnie waters
urn the following ships;
Csstrn of Lloyds Italian line. New
York. November I, for (iencui, with
l 12(111 iillSMeniers.
Kurope of the
Liivoloze line, New
(Continued on Pugo Two.)
night and Tlinrs
dny fair, east,
west p. H tii. m;
w I n d s in oitly
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WISH I HfiiP "
BULGARIANS Ai GREEKS
HAVE IDE AGREEMENT
Athens Newspapers Print Story That Greece Has Agreed
To Keep Out of War-Bulgaria In Turn Will Desist la
Conquest of Serbia Upon Reaching Designated Point
French Troops Are Reported As Advancing Steadily
Against the Bulgarians, Success Being Due to Superior
Athens, Nov. 10. Bulgaria and
Greece reached an agreement yesterdny
whereby Greece will keep out of the
war, according to local newspapers to
day. Bulga,.!i was reported to have agreed
to demobilize and end her Serbian cam
paign, as well as not to cross the Doirnn
Gyevgyeli lino nor enter Monastir.
Hliould operations around Monastir be
necessary, Germany will conduct thorn
without Bulgaria's aid.
Newspapers in printing the story
quote u "diplomatic authority."
Though the agreements are deemed
in the nature ot a safeguard to Ureoce,
they do not hamper Bulgaria's plans
to conquer most of Macedonia.
iTencit Are Advancing.
The French have recaptured Veles,
in south central Serbia, from the Bul
garians according to reports reaching
Fighting continued to.lny at Bnbuna
Pass, northeast of Pritop. British
troops captured Bulgiir positions in the
Superiority of French artillery result
ed in placing tho Bulgarians at a dis
advantage. The . Serbians heavily defeated tho
Bulgarians ndvanciug from IJBkub to
Russians Are Captured,
Berlin, Nov. 10. "We nave repulsed
the Russians everywhere," today s war
office announcement claimed.
The Muscovites attacked viciously
on tho northern and southern extrem
ities of the battle lines and stnged pre
liminary skirmishes in the center there
of. A fresh junction of Austro-aermans
and Bulitnrians has been effected at
Ylashka along the Orient railroad. They
are now co operating to the end the
guerilla warfare of the Serbs, in order
tuat tney may resume operations look
ing toward the advanco on Constan
tinople. Bulgar forces pursued the Serbs
southward from Nish to the Leskovac.
valley. Still another detachment op
erated around Kosovopolyle in the hopo
of preventing the escape of the tattered
remnants of the homo defenders.
In southern Serbia, tho Bulgars ro
pulscd tho French ut Prilop, taking
much booty and many prisoners, wno
are beginning to arrive at Strumnitzn.
Other stronir Bulbar croups attacked
tho French left wing near the border
of Greece and dashed them back in re
treat nt ninny points. Both sides how
ever, left ninny (lend on the field.
Allied reinforcements nre reported
hurrying up from Salonika.
Kvoto, .Tnpan, Nov. 10. Amid the
rwmiti ami nttll iwlnr of the Orient, and
before a brilliant assemblage of gold
braided naval officers, gorgeously robed
1 inn '
high Japanese and representatives o -
foreign governments. Yoshihito, son of
Matsubito, formally acceded to the
throne of Nippon tody.
Tne American representation at tlm
coronation wns tho lurgest of any of the
foreign nationalities, owing to the ar
rival of Hear Admiral Albert G. Win
terhuller nnd his staff. The United
st i..a officially represented by
Ambassador Georue W. Gnthriil and
Post Wheeler, first secretary of
American diplomats being unable to
accept decorations, r.mpcror yosunnio
presented Mrs. Guthrie and Mrs. Wheel
er Willi superi) lacquer omen.
mpress wus unable to attend In
iierson ceremonies on
account or iioi
i 1 1 n . . ,
'fi... ,..,r,, m,l i,n reman es innrKOi n
departure from the ancient customs. j uproprintcd 2,000,000.
Never before bud foreign envoys been Members of the Court, Ministers of
admitted. United Stales Anibussudor ' Stale, members of the liplomuti
(iullilic was present at tho first ser-ICorps and members of the liot, rep
vice and at the second service, his I resenting the people, attired In tho
stuff nnd the stuffs of other foreign 1 gorgeous silver nnd golden coreinoniiil
representatives likewise nltunndd. robes of the undents, were nowhere to
Interviews with all the envoys were be seen when the foreign represonta
printed bv a local paper. Tho Ainericun tives wero heriilded In their seats bo
innbassad'or's comment noted tho do I fore the imperial scarlet canopy to tho
pin lure from the previous customs oil sound of flutes mid drums, hidden in
excluding such representatives and ox- Sliunkyoden Temple. ...
piessed the hope tor continuing friend- It may be several hours before the
Iv relations between the hind of thelsignal will bo given and tho doors of
rising sun nnd America. h" sanctuary, where the Jewel, the
The inclusion of the public In the Sword and the Mirror are kept, aro
ceremonies was hniled us marking the j opened nnd the offering spread heforo
scpnriilion bet wee
ii the old and the new
Observed In Japan.
San Fr iscn, Nov, JO. llanui.
.Iiil'iiu greeting, iiiimniig success
nil greeting, inclining "''"" ",,n
ri' .liiniiiinuii lill in fhe citv today.
It wns the day they celcbriitudbccuusii
Germans Hurled Bach:.
Taris, Nov. 10. Repulse of a Gorman
assault in the Givenchy wood was re
ported by today 's war office statement.
"An artillery duol occurred in the
vicinity of Tahure and in the Argon-
ue, " it continued. "Jland grenade
fight'ing occurred last night around
Vauquois and Malancourt.
5,000 Serbians Captured.
Sofia, Nov. 10. At least 5,000 pris
oners were taken by the Bulgarians in
and around Nish, the war office claim
ed today. Tliis number may be iucreas-.
ed as the official statement noted thai
this many had been counted ' ' thus
The remainder of the inventory so
far shows 42 fortress cannon captured,
along with thousands of rifles, 700
railroad cars loaded with food and oth
er supplies, and many automobiles.
Along the whole front, toe state
ment claimed the Bulgars are pursuing
Occupation of Aleksinnc, Lasotince,
Tctowa and lltowae, was officially an
nounced. Counsellor Forced to Leave.
Washington, Nov. 10. Official con
firmation of reports that Counsellor M.
DeLavul of the legation at Brussels,
ad been forced to leave-. Belgium be
cause of his efforts on beh&lf of Miss
Edith C'avell, Knglish woman exemted
b- the Germans, was given toduy. by
the stuto department.
Britain Spends $7,000,000,000.
London, Nov. 10. Prompi passage
of the $2,000,000,000 credit slated to b
asked by Premier Asquith of parlia
ment, this afternoon wus expected. Tins
will bring the war credits to hte stag
gering total of $7,000,000,000.
British Steamer Sunk.
London, Nov. 10. The British steam
er ("inn MncAUistcr, 48115 tons has bcc
sunk by a German submarine.
Submarines Sent Down.
Madrid, Nov. 10. British cruisers
were reported today to have sunk two
German submarines off Gibraltar.
Torpedo Boat Stranded.
London, ..ov. 10. Tho British tor
pedo boat Louis is stranded in the
eastern Mediterranean the admiralty
announced today, but her crew has been
their emperor ocueilod to tho throne.
i I 1 V.imuni. will ir'wta an rnlinr-
. U II Bill n " Miimv "in -
ato banquet and reception tonight to
Japanese, Chinese and Americans which
i Mnyor liolph and oilier prominent men
Ur0XH,,.,J(I to ,lt,m.
J)urjn,r (he forenoon, the local Jap-
linoso attended u reception nt the lon
suliito and said thoir banzai fur the
Church services marked the afternoon,
observance of tiie coronation.
Yvoto, Japan, Nov. 10. F.mperor
Yosiiihito's coronation hero toduy was
the first coroualiun iu 2.i centuries that
i representatives of the people hnvo been
permitted to attend. J no dupanoso
people nre greatly pleased.
Today's rather siuiplo and brief cero-
niony, marking the accession ot lusu
iliitii to the place handed down "by di-
vine right" from his foreluthors wno
iwern emperors - neiure iim iiuwh tn
hislni v, is the climax ot the six-wecas
i accession program lor wiiicn mo mei
I no ci imi r. I ii'mi win enior inu r.ni-
perur, followed bv tno princess oi mo
Blood, Ministers and coronation com
missioners, After a brief silonro the
Kntperor will read un address to tno
....il I .i.l.il. ,.i liiM il.iu.l n itcnttl nt-.
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I telling them he has assumed tho plio'O
they loft for him, u