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TBI EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1011
simple black, hst. Thsrs w-a a vivid
Tiih on her dark rhek. IIr eyes
flashed and her mall i wa com
preaaed In a tlarht line. No amount nf
nolaa rould atop her when hc started,
truckmen fnrdna tlielr wagon th-nun
i ha back of the rrnwil srreamed Insult!
it har and made all manner of deriding
"I warn to tell yon two little stories."
Pankhnrst was lienrd 19 a. -
ant hot. W eTi ." aald
leaning hark ssTslnst the hronaa leg
of Oaorgs Wsshlnrton.
Bt tha told th stories. On of them
aril about a woman to whom Mr
Pakhart had been Introduced out
WMt on her re-cht tour and -ho "
tha ht biuilii, matif lnT har 1t "
This pleased tha muWt4f much ai.d
whan tha uproar WhiTf averted the
description catmed down Mra Pank
hurat tnlklnr atio'il another woman
who UWUni a rhaln of cluar etor In
tha eon th west and sYKos aon (old hi r,
after h" bec.nn. IihIi pi-ndpnt Of har ara
that "hi didn't stive u damn for the aiif
frarr H'ia m U rlillt out pla n, to i.
Just Mka that, "d-a-m-n,"
The crowd waa lu'dmilng to tlra of
tha Joke and lnn to drift toward fia
edges. ThoM who want were quickly
aupplantrsl by nawcomera, who were
rather more unlet. Some of tha fends
Who -'nma Into the crowd did not even
look up at the apeakera, Iml MfMl
their faces away ami hurried pest
Anions thcee were Mra. ttmnnnns
Mlghbor. Prederlok W. Whltrltla-e, the
receiver of the Third Avenue Hallroa l.
Alton H. Parker, once a Presidential
oandldate. and hit partner, William I'.
Shee'iitn, w!io waa not elected Senator
at the laet session of t'ie Legislature;
A. Barton Keptnarn, the banker, and
Frank VunuVi Hi. of the N.-ilonsl city
Ban k. H. nry P, MnvWun nua the only
member or the Morgan firm vlalhle In
tha wlndowa of the houae.
CROWD TIRED OF YELLING AND
Mra Pankhnrat talked on to the
general effect that women j.ald for the i
privilege or the ballot thtouati taxa
tion and ought tu have It delivered to
them. The croad grew fired of yelling
It waa when ahe etopped that the real
trouble began. A very youthful re
porter, apparently Just out of a college
football squad, hurdled Into the mob
to get an Interview. He raa he.1 (he
aide of the car and shrieked Id quea
tlona at Mra. Pankiiurat, who couldn't
"Lynch him," Joyously ahouted the
There waa a quick ruah and the young
man waa toeeed around. When he go:
to the edge of the crowd he beat It In
harry. Mra. Rlatrh poked the chauf
feur In tha baok to get him to apeel
tha car out of the earthing turmoil. A
acore of men and boya leaped at the
banner of the Women's Political
Union which atnnd up from every cor
ner of the car. The atlcka were broken.
Mrs. Watch grabbed baok half of one
flag and aoundly alapped the face of a
raw-headed man who had hold of one
eat of It. He countered hut mlaeed.
Tha chauffeur throw hie throttle wide
open and a lane opened through which
tha car disappeared In prolonged rails
MRS. BELMONT 8AY MAN It
Mra Belmont, standing by tho knee
of George Washington, was boiling
angry. Her cheoks biased red.
"I oame down hare," she said to an
Evontog World reporter, "to make a
study of the American man. I find that
ho has forgotten that he ever had a
mother, tha hs has forgotten that he
hag a wife, a aimer or a daughter. He
has) seen outrageously brutal to the
a teat woman of :hta age. Mra. rank
le a woman whose name will go
to history aa greater than Ueorga
"So will yours, my dear," said a sub
stantial woman who waa standing by
Mra. Belmont Mrs. Belmont brushed
aside Che compliment Impatiently. 8he
continued. 'There Is no chivalry here;
It Is a horrible exhibition- of the In
oapaoity of men to govern themselvea.
If Mrs. Pankburet were speaking In
England every hat In the orowd would
be off. Look st theee Americans."
be waved her hand scornfully to
ward Broadway and Wall street where
there was still s whirling herd of men
and boys chasing ths Bran nan auto
mobile. During tha entire proceedings the
taronse Image of the Father of His
Country never started from its pose;
tha right hand was atlll extended wit
pggss out, wttn s "please hush" exprea
gsoB, and aha haft waa still drawn up as
though to wand off a flying: skillet.
Prags Wall street Mrs. Blatnh. Mrs.
Bnaaswaa sad their much tried guest
wags) sjt setae to Pottoe Hsadquartsra to
snake a fsimal complaint about ths lack
af poHoa protsotlon at tha meeting
Commissioner Waldo was away. Bo
Wes) Deputy Commissioner McKay
Caga. Porter took the complaint that
Mr. Blatnh and Mra. Pankhurst hid
been Insultsd. that the automobile had
bean scarrsd snd Ita decorations' torn,
ant that there was not s policeman In
sight, and that Mra. Anns Shaw who
also had a scuffle to aave the (lag noar
eat her tisd besn unable to make any
spaach at all.
Oa.pt. Porter called up Capt llngan
uf the Old Klip ststlon and talked to
,1s. Cspt. Hogan Iptlmsted that If suf
fragettes would go down Into Wall
street and make themaelvee oonaplcu
oug lie muat have s lot of muzlen made
for measenger boya if ha waa expected
to keep the peace.
DIX TO TALK ON REPEAL
OF FRAWLEY BOXING LAW.
Governof Will MeiM Members of
the State Athletic Committee
ALBANY. Nov. 37. Oov. !lx sold to.
day that he expected to confer wlih I he
Stage Athletic Committee late In thi
week regarding the repeal of the Flaw
Ulx Cantos Here lu lllnr.
MAis, Nov. 27. -i kit. . Plx left to
day for New York, where he will If a
guest at a dinner to he given to-nl hi
by C,!. lien-He T. Ilarvt-v to Arnold
Uantuitt. Hie English author, The
Oovernor rxpHits to rot urn to-niorrow
ant hs arranged lu meet Dr. Albert
W. Fauna. PresliietA uf Um Statu
'Luaao commission o-mt'.sim sday. The
a-Mk... . . .L UH s." v. finhUnn f
(tovsrnur has sakod rh; Max fc' lilapp
K tuasfcifiv tbs
AT BANDITS' TRIAL
Sheriff Fears Men Who Con
fessed to Killing Woman
May Be Assassinated.
KHSCUliRS ARK BALKED.
Aqued- id Police Surround!
ronrlUootl on! MlssnM
jOUH-l l"U.V .Ml I V Till l
Suspicious Persons Away
With a cordon of aimed Aqueduct j
policemen forming a protective barrier ,
around the County C .urthouae at White
Plain, the trial of Vlncenao form,
one of the five brigand clinxed with
the muriUr. on Nov. X nf Mna. Harry
Hall, at I'roton Falls, Itfgen to-day.
Itceldea the Aqueduct policemen, twenty
In n imher. with loaded platola dla
pliynl. there were gum-d of deputy
aherlffa and other uflli era In the cor
at the tOOfl of the court
Tlirer of the five gran aocuaad of com
plicity In the OftlM were to have been
placed m t", inJ InKcther to-day. At tha
laat moment counsel for the dSf StUM
moved thBt Cams be tried separately.
The other two will be placed on trial
sj iti aa '"orna'a ca.. g OOMltttot.
In anticipation of trouble, the su
rlioiltlea refilled ti allow any f OrStgnsT'
1 to enier the courtrotin Kvery peraon
spiirontrhlng the vicinity of the room,
not known to the officer, waa searched.
Although the three men who ware
called to trial to-day have OMfagOOt
to their elyged part In the tragedy and
have joined In act-using two other of
the actual killing of Mrs. Hall, they
are on trial for murder In the flrat de
gree. The atntutre provide that when
a murder Is committed by peraona en
gaged In the set of committing a
felony aaoh person so engaged Is to be
chargsd with murder In the first de
gree whether that parson i illy look
psrt In ths commission of ,.ie murder
SHERIFF HEARS OF PLAN TO
Sheriff Hsrtnett nf Westchester
County haa Information that if the
chance, presents' 'Itself friends of the
two men accused by tha three Infirm
era would not hesitate to aaaaaalndie
the trio In the courtroom should the
chsnce preaent Iteelf. Nor would the
frlenda of the three men on trial hoal
tste to try to rescue them should the
chance arlee. Hence the unprecedented
A horde of Itallsn workmen employed
on ths nsw aquedunt (looked to White
Plains this morning, but none of them
attempted to break through the line of
Aqueduct pollnemen surrounding the
noiirthouss. All persons enterlnv the
building who. In the Judgment nf the
Sheriff, looked auaplcloua, ware aubject
ed to a sesrch for dssdly wnaiions.
Justlcs Tompkins Is presiding at the
trial. A special venire of 1(0 talesmen
was on hand and It Is expected that
little difficulty will he experienced In
getting a Jury.
The prtsonare who are be inn tried to
day are Felipe V Mirto, Vloenil Corns
snd l.orenio OoU, They all made oon
feaslona to Asslatant District-Attorney
Lie Paraona -via and Sheriff Hsrt
nett, In which they admitted taking
part in the holdup, hut declared the
other two Italian.-, murdered Mrs. Hall.
The latter two, Angelo Uusta and Man! i
Kansa. will be tried on Wednesday for
The live bandtta have Mx lawysrg be
tween thorn and they sre going to make
a fight for their Uvea. When oourt
opened the prlaonera were brought In
by Sheriff Hsrtnett, I'ndor Sheriff Jn-
klna and a strong guard of deputlea
BAG OF ROLLS LED TO ARREST
It became known to-day that ths re.il
clue to the bandits waa a paper bag
which Sheriff Hartnatt found on Tur
key Mountain, near tha OrlHan farm-
house. This bag, wbloh waa Ailed with
rolls, bore tha noma of a baker near
Wallabout Market, Brooklyn, ant It
wsa found that Cat! had purchased the
rolls He was traced to Smith street.
Brooklyn, where he was osptursd. Ha
la aald to be the leader of the murderous
It became known Hint the rcuaon
twenty Aque-tutt pol cemcn, full) urnitd
and ri full uniform, were on guild In
the eourthiuae wia bflOtliog acveral
officials hud receive! lili.'k Hind letters
ol a threatening rh-iractoi
MISS M'COOK TO WED SON
OF SECRETARY OF STATE.
Matriftgl License Secured but Date
of the Ceremony Is Not
Katharine. McCook, taiujfMtf of Anson
Q, MrCook, former Chamberlain of New
York O'.y. la to wed Hugh Smith ethos
urn ut I'liuanuL-r .. ivnoa, aecreiary ul
M:r McCook la twenty-two ami Mr.
Knox twenty-eight years old. They b
tuliicd a license at the City Hall Mar
rlaJN llurcau to-day. No date was given
fur the wedding.
mUBS McCook lives at No. 33 Weal
Flfty-foui Ih atreet. Mr. Knox gave his
occupation aa "Govermntnt service."
lie lives in Washington.
Polio i,i, i indicia fur Aasault.
An Indictment ull'itlim asauult In the
sucolid desreo was hied uy the Grunl
.1 try to lay against Policeman Josstth
u. iioririi.ui df the Watt Thirty aavauth
ItraOl ItAtlOB, WhO atl Nov. I3, ran amuck
Four teat! Ui stfsat mtd .ist:-. kvesuti
Willie on strike duty- Thg tndlctmeivt
aocusea tioTKiiian of siiiklng with hU
lub Mra. -Mary Collorigh, wifo of an
oyater planter of InwoodT, I. I., on t
h,tj II Is u 1 Ihm'kfwifiiiss w.
dnik. Il pJeaded not guilty
was waat over.
Kansas City Girl
stasH iaS UAtataGaattik 1 ewasfl I
m ImbH i Ttw josm. ' - -
Bl y" m mmm
BBBBT H ' BBSal
V B ' 1
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SHOW GIRLS' TRIAL
(Continued from Flrat Pa& v)
the Viurt aald, had brought about a
ADMITS DISCUSSING EVIDENCE
Juror Illnkle roue and asked permis
sion to addreaa the Court, but waa re
fussd, and made his way from the
court-room with s moat uncomfortable
expreaalun on lite flushed festurss. Out
side the room he waa aaked what he
had Intended aaylng to the Court He
"I understand that Mra. Thorn la
Holme linr made an affidavit which
has hi en presented to the Court upon
which the lusticn haa aenn fit to ex
cuae or withdraw me from the Jury. 1
wlah to aU.t tl at Mra. Holmea, who l
an old acquaintance of my wife, called
at .uy apartment, Nc. 610 Weat One
Hundred nnd Tenth street, and had din
ner Friday evening.
"The tlraham Conrad cne was apoken
of, and the explain u, aa puhllahud In
the newapapera, waa dlai-tisaed between
Mrs. Holmes and my wife. I deny
moat emphatic,' llv that I expreaaed a.iy
uplnlou aa to me guilt or Innocence of
the defendants. I said to Mra. Holmes
that I was not at liberty to discuss tbs
oass. as ths Court had instructed us
not to do so. I wlah to gay, further,
that. In my mind, I had not format any
"The flrat I know of this matter waa
when, In open court to-day, I heard
'No. U' called by counai'l for the de
feme and heard him ask the Court to
have me excused. I aroae and asked
lieriniaslon to Hay a word In my behalf,
but waa refuaed.
"The only exruae I can offer for Mra.
Holmes la that she la a auffragrtte and
perliaiid that accouuta for It."
CASE A MISTRIAL, HAVE TO FILL
With Juror Hinkle out of the box the
rnsu was at s standstill under the law.
The dlSOharta of MW ror constitute!
a mistrial, A new Jury was neceas iry,
and the whole case would have to be
gone over uKiOn up to date
To exp, dlte mnlters, however, both
aides tgTOS4 to ti cept the remaining
CI . i ..-,,.. I.
lo fill the box,
but n.i only two of tho i
present panel of veniremen were I'res -
lit, tint they proved liiaoeeiitnhle
cither stile, the trial waa adjourned unt'l
to-morrow, when the full panel ws
ordered tu he preaent.
Uy way of helping mutter- atlll fur
ther, Assistant llatrlct-Attorncy lluck
ner will not repeat Ills opening addreas,
BOH tenting himself Willi merely (g
plalnlnK things In tho diagram of tha
apiirtiticitt where the shooting took
place so the new Juror will under
aland. Then Mr. Slokea will bu put In
the witnesa chair again, and the clerk
01 lilt rum 1 Ml 1 1 1111 11001 in"- n-'.uiu
ail of lila t atltnonyi snd examination
leMklafJ more like one of liumas'a
ure-eai mg, waaiioucKiiug herue ol
the "Three tluardemen" typo than a
modern millionaire hotel owner, William
B, D. Slokea catne to nt. prepared
for a continuation of prodding by
Croaa-ltlkajiiluer Hubert . M. Muurr.
The opening: volley a of croaa 'inter
MUSI BEGIN AGAIN
rogation fired by Attorney Moore Just
before the court adjourned last Krlday
were of the high velocity type, designed
to penetrate the thickest armor of aelf
eateem end peraonal pride. While
ninny of the projectiles fell ahort. At
torney Moore began to get the range
during the laat few minutes of the
bombardment and twice his guns
cauaed considerable excitement In
Stokes's fighting top.
On the other hand, the two show girls
whose Inferior mnrkamanahlp, the prose
cution clalma, la alone reaponalble for
their Indictment reading "attempted"
m'rrder, bat refrained their spirits dur
ing the week-end adjournment and oan e
to court wearing their brightest smiles
"Just you watch Mr. Moore to-day,
confided Mlas Orahsni, "If he doeen't
make fttokea look like an old boob I'll
miss my guear."
"Ye," aeaa.ted Mlaa Conrad, "there
will bs something doing to-day, all
A Boo of Jokea. Another copy of
thla now famous Weekly Joke Book
with next Sunday's World In Ureatnr
New York and Inlty.
(Continued from First Page.)
had boon In tbo real estate business.
Hs waa unmarried and wont away
from the hotel, yesterday afternoon,
saying ha was going for a walk.
Tha Tola Club had little to add ex
cept that he had once lived at that
place and came there frequently. He
wae always seen at tho club with
Mr. Kltch, who was his closest friend.
Mr. (Hark was graduated from the
Hhelfleld Scientific School with the de
gree of Hnchelor of Philosophy with
the claae of 1901. The claaa book gives
his address, nt the time, aa No. 51
' Wisconsin avenue. Neenalh, Wla-
FJdmtmd Clark, the suicide's father,
waa a member of iho lirm of Dan forth,
Clark ei Co, of No. 1M Kssex atreet.
I Boton. The firm haa a lu'.Tnrh house
Mr. Moe, young Clark's uncle, said
re at a loss to understand the
I suicide. Mr. Clark had no business
t roubles. Me was In the real ostate
1 business for a anon tune, uui never
much with It. 11c bad no luvi
uflalm, ao far ua wa know and had not
1 DMn jji m
Mends of the voung man eald his
suicide was due to the fact that ho had
iih-,iliilel iinlhliiK to do. 111. had
Iravelle l around tve uid, had plenty
of means to live without work and had
nothing to occupy hla time.
Cauatd Many Sores, but Victim
Has Soon Able to Work.
The gnat eificarv of Iloud'a Sarsa-
,,,.pill in ,nsfs nf lilii.nl - oni innina !
I v i .' i i f..i Y i
' snuwu n many convincing irsinuuniais,
ns liy tin- follow inn : "My hu.ihaml uf-
fcrcil froui blood-poisoning, and ore
aureatl all over his right hand. Two
fingers nl bia left baud war alau af
fected He tried all aorta of ointments,
but Ihey failed At my tuggi-atlon he
took Hood a aaraaparula, and waa auou
sMe to work again." Mr. Jana Colgan,
Gut it luday in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablet tailed 9sfMtabs.
SUICIDE IN HOTEL
LONDON GOES WILD GERMANY BALKED
OVER FELICE LYNE,
Kansas City Girl Achieves a
Greater Success Than That
Felice Iyne, the attractive young i
Kansas City soprano who waa dls-
oovered by Oscar Hammerotoln. haa '
taken Iondon by storm and la hailed I
to-dar by the titles of the London
newapapera aa another Pattl. Thla
twenty-year-old American girl haa
achieved an even greater succraa In
Iondon on her flrat appcaranoe than
did Tetrai nl. and Oscar llanunsrststn
Is being showered with congratulations
for discovering her.
Miss Lyne, who la a daughter of Dr.
0. T. Lyne of Kanaaa Cltyt won a
favorable notice from the New York
critics when she made her first bow In
grand opsra In this city last winter,
hut her singing In "Hans, the Flute
Player," In tha Manhattan Opera House
was not regarded as sensational. Her
appearance In London as i ill. la In "Rlg
oletto" Is the operatic sensation of the
season. One of London's foremost
music critics saya:
"Thla young American singer wllL
If fortune is kind, live to be tho
Psttl or Meiba of the operatic
world. It was a reel Joy last night
to lleien and waloh thla girlish Ollda
singing with perfect finish. It was
a wonderful dobut, and after tho
ovation which her performance
evoked one marvelled that tha name
of Felice Lyno has not been cried
from the housetops."
Ths London Hunday Observer, under
the caption, "A Oreat New Singer,
llammereteln'e Find," says.
"Felice Lyne's performance waa
aa perfect a realisation of ths part
aa could be desired. She Is young
and graceful, unaffected and sympa
thetic. Her performance easily ex
ooUs some of the most admired In
terpretations of Ollda. Vocally tho
Interpretation was brilliant In bhe ex
treme. It la safe to aay that the
singing of tho part equals tha boat
wo havo hoard In tho laat two dec
ades. Mr. Hammers t eln has an as
sured eucoeas In Mlaa Lyna. One
can readily forgive him tho produc
tion of the trme-worn opera for tha
aaka of the singer."
The critic of the London Express la
xlmost hysterical In hla praise nf Mlaa
Lyne. He says In his opening para
graph: "Hats off to Hammerstelnl His
promise to take ua by surprise was
no Idle boaat On Saturday night he
took London completely by atorm
with Felloe Lyne In 'Hlgoletto.' "
Miss Lyne studied with Mme. Mar
ohssl and ths famous teacher said of
her before she was engaged by Oscar
Hammeratein I "Only one other person
can trill as long Mme. Melba."
SUES FOR BABY'S CRIB.
Ilneaell ' Colt Also Wuli Inaor-
, snee on His Wife's Costumes.
Russell Oi Colt, the young millionaire
husband of Rthel Brryn.ore, filed a ault
in City Court to-day againet theAtlaa
Inaur nee Company of London for HATS.
Colt complalna that the insurance com
leny haa refuaed to settle with him for
ho fire that deatroyed the stable on hla
Mamaroneck eat.-te laat spring.
Among the cherishes! articles de
stroved bv the tire nccnnllnK t.' Coll
was one baby crib, which waa used by
his Infant son, und vaiue . at $100; one
basket of llc'.e Knaael 'a clothes worth
$100, four of Mlaa Uarrymnre'a summer
hats worth fU each two dogs valuta at
fjOO, two canoea worth I2T. each, and one
trunk of Mlaa Hirrymore's theatrical
, ist 'lines worth 1500.
A malicious rumor is being circulated to the
effect that we do not employ Hebrew help, which
is basely false. Ten per cent, of all our employes
areTlebrews, and we have never discriminated
against race or religion.
PARK ft TILFORD,
Frank Tilford. Pruiint
tHHIHtTRIi aAI.TV.D Nl TIlmollds.
Hraalls. I llberta. I'esniits. I'ecaua. f ls
tailila snd t sshewsi Masehed. salted
sod roaatnl In tirlin table ajrasa
batten all assorted In OxJftU
Special lor Monday, live 27th
OI.O KValllNra) EVKBTON TOrTBF.
Uellghttullr ertii mad la the old
fashloaed way, which In- ss A.
S3- oKm 10c
i ur.AMRKV CARAMFi a Kljh In those
" 11.-.- ...ll. assaiawsasiasHft
rnsl foutl vl. and d- m, g
ILhtCul tftgtftoX HfC
I'erk How aad fort land I street steeea opea every evening until tl o'clock.
,H ur store, open Kalurdar evening until iTe'eleck.
Milk Cboeolate Covered
ire fluffv Marsbmallew. dltlawtlr
flavored snd iarkeled with
our I'remlum villa I noro- KSr
BY GREY IN THE
England's Foreign Secretary
Tells How War Was Averted
In the Recent Snarl.
LOUDON. Nor. JT. Blr Edward
Grey, Bscretary for Foreign Affairs,
olsarod the political atmosphere and
poured dl on the turbulent waters of
Anglo-Oermsn relations In a speech
laattng an hour and a half In tha
irSliae of Commons this afternoon.
The Foreign Secretary reviewed the
whole Moroccan episode from the aud
ten appearance of the Orman run
boat Panther In the port of Agadlr
In Southern Morocco up to the signing
of the Franco-German treaty. Ha un
flinchingly upheld the attitude taken
by the Brltlat Qovernment, but at the
same time declared that Its action waa
nsrar antagonistic to Germany or to
any settlement ahe waa able to ar
range with France and which did not
threaten the rights of Oreat Hrltaln.
ir KM ward Orey made no secret of
the fact that th situation had at one
time heem very tenae, ut th-'ugnt hla
statements m-day would prove a
sedative to a world which had been
indulging in a At of political alcohmllam
and thai the time had arrived for It to
; get and to keep coot and sober.
Oreat Britain had no awcret treaties
snd troth France and Ruswla knew per
fectly well that British public opinion
would not support any provocagrve or
aggressive action against Germany.
Gorman strength waa In ttawlf a guar
antee that no other country would seek
a quarrel with her. but If a nation had
the biggest army In the world and a
very big navy ami waa going to build
a stm bigger navy then that nation
muat do all In Its power to prevent the
natural apprehensions of others leat
than power ahnutd have aggressive in
tentions toward them.
"I do not believe that Gormany haa
aggressive designs and aU wa or other
neighbors of Gormany deeww la to lira)
with her on equal terms"
Tha communication mads to the
British Foreign Office by the Gorman
Ambaaaador, Count Paul WoirT-Metter-nlch,
on July 1 In regard to the des
patch of the German gunboat Panther
to Agadlr in southern Morocco and the
Ambaeaadora explanation In regard
to that matter, aald Sir Rdward
Orey, made It clear that Germany re
garded a return to the atatua quo In
Morocco aa lmpoaalble and that Gar
many a real objective waa a definite
solution of the whole Moroccan ques
tion. On July 1 8lr Edward Orey Informed
the Germ m Ambai-aailnr that the situa
tion crested by the despatch of the
Panther to Agadlr waa ao aerlnua and
Important that It muat be dlacuased at
a cabinet council, and on July t he told
Cou Wolff-Metternlch that Great
Britain waa not able to I ke up a dla
lntereated attitude concerning Morocco
nor to recognise any new arrangemen:
come to without her conaent.
A long alienee followed, and the next
converaatlon between Sir MWart Grey
and Count Wolff-Melternloh took place
on July 31, whan the Brltlah Foreign
.Secretary told tne German Ambaaaador
that the British Government adhered to
hl statennent made on July 4.
Sir Edward Grey alio told Count
Wolff-Metternlch on that occasion that
the Brltlah Government knew that
rectification of the Congo frontier waa
proposed aa tho haste o.' a settlement
between Germany and Frame, and said
he thought the matter might be ar
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ranged on such a basis without affect
ing Brltlah Interests.
"We shall be very glad If thla ... p
pene, and In the hope that It would hap
pen wo have hitherto stood on on
side," Sir kid ward Gray said to the
Ambassador, and continued: "But I
had been made anxlnua by the new a
regarding tha demands which the Ger
man Government had mats from tha
French Government, which In effect
meant a oooslon of tha French stasgo
Ml Which It waa obTlcsiily knBcaslbla
lav tho Fronds Qsrcrniasw to aaneaaY
1 Htetat oat that tho Oltliai wore
Mi tho closed port of Agsdir, that thoy
wars landing ant negotiating with tha
tribes and for all we know might ho
aoqulrlng concessions. It might also
ho that tha German flag hat boon
hoisted at Agadlr, whloh la tha moat
suitable port on that coast for a naral
Sir Edward Grey pointed out to Count
Wolff-Metternlch that In tho event of
negotiations with Franca falling, Oreat
Britain would be obliged to take soma
step In order to protect Brltlah Intereata.
The German Ambassador was not In a
nosltlon to Imnnrt anv Information to 1
tha Brltlah Foreign Office, but he depre
cated the ss sumption of possible dam -ige
to rtrltlah Intereata and raid ha was
sure that his Government had no inten
tion of acquiring commercial mon
(Continued from First Page
Hughes, Mercer; Cnrl Lilmhurg, Abbott
Detrolt; ftalph Mulford, Losler; U A.
Mitchell, Abbott-Detroit; Ralph De
Palms. Mercedes; H. Parker, Flat; Cy
rus Fatschke, Marmon; lasvld Bruce
Itrown, Flat; .Toe Malson, Flat.
Two races fiw light cars preceded the
big event of the day. Neither of the
wss marred by an accident of any
kind. The course wss tn perfect con
dition for the Vandorrdlt Race, and it
was predicted that tho toUl distance
of D91.3K miles ' would be snten up In
the fastest time ever covered over an
irregular racing tourae.
WEATHER IDEAL FOR THE
Although the ground was rove red
with frost at eunup and there waa a
aharp chill In the air. the aky waa
cloudless and tho weather sharp prom
ised an Ideal day. Their predictions
cams true.. As the sun climbed up In
the Kast Iho frost vanished and the
chill waa dlaalpatod. At 11 o'clock the
air waa almost balmy.
An Immense crowd thronged along
the rsce course. The circuit forma a
lap Of 17.14 miles. From the time the
first rsce waa atarted no one not ac
tually engaged In an official or par
ticipating capacity with the races waa
allowed on any part of the track.
Spectators were kept at a d'stance
of If) feet from the course on striiiht
stretches and a irrester distance whero
curves or sharp turns made Tor the
poeatblllty of accident. In addition to
the special police force employed by the
mnnngera of the meet all the military
organlzatijns of Savannah were on
volunteer patrol duty.
The day was practically a holiday In
Hsvahnah All the stores closed at 10
O'clock and it waa announced that tney
would not reopen until after the nnlsh
of the big io.ee.
The car in t " Vsndertillt race art
It Costs Nothing
a trial at tn restaurant
Delicioi's A. Piquant
and you will toe how easily
you digest your food.
With soups, salads, meats and
Ash ab olutely unequalled.
Lose no time seeing the
Studio Baby Grand
0V I Post Lang
Upright or Baby Grand
Tou will car for no other. Our player
mechanism can ha put In any plno.
If you have a plsno. let us naahe a
player nlano out of roar olano. It wuuld
cost ou Utile and will be tbe srealeet
source of oleaaure you ever had. Writ
for circular or oall. Dally demonetre
tlon. Opea Saturday svsnlnsa until nlns.
35 West Fourteenth St.
Ask your delicatessen
dealer or grocer. He
knows how good it is.
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A HKllTIH I, PUHTHa.IT 1 KHE.
Pholoaiavure of Mary Ander
sen i Mini , de Nuvarro), flrat of tho
Sunday World "Dramatic Photogra
vure Scries." frse with next Sunday's
World In Qroator Maw York and vl
entered to cover the course aeventeen
HUQHE8 WINS THE SAVANNAH
Hughle Hughes, In a four-cyltgtsr
Mercer, won tbo Savsniiah Cliallsnga
t:ophy of 232.12 mllra.
His time was U0.37, an avsraca of
ex. la rollsa an hour.
Joe Dawson won tlvs race last year In
a Marmon. averaging (2.92 miles an
to a sDartnon. Ontahat gsa-
ond. His time waa JOT.sl.
Tbo entries In tha race and tbo war
nor started were Iuta THnaanaa, ha
Marmon, HustiV Hughaa. In a slat;
Harry Buckley. Case; W F. Barnsa Jr ,
Har oar; Joe Nlkrent. Uavrmon; Loasa
Dlsbrow, Oaaa, ant Wily Kalim
Dlabrow, who had led to that time, de
veloped engine trouble In the fifth lap
and waa forced to retire. Hughes than
took the lead and kept It to tha sat,
Frank Witt, driving an K. M. T
thirty, won- ths Tledeman trophy rasa af
Six drivers of well-known racing mn
. hi nes entered In the Savannah chal
lenge trophy rsce The winner took the
cup and a cash pi ss of 11.000. The
driver running second get 1280 ant tbo
third prias I $1. a,
8evn oars were entered In the Tleda
man trophy. Besides the cup and prtse
of 11.000 to the winner there Is ooooad
and third place money. The tlstanoo iff
171.40 miles required the circling of tbe
course ten times. Manufacturer' prises
alao were offered In theee two racoe.
The total amount of caah prises for
trio races offered by the msnufacturors
Witt's time In the Tledeman was
170.19. Robert ltlvans. In an E. M. T .
ftnlahed second, and Jack Tower, alao
In an K. M. F.. finished third.
Kvana's time wa 1WV12 and Tower's
MJas The winner average was MM
mile nn hour.
nilly Knlpper won thin race laf year
In a l,an!er car with an average time
of M.4 miles an hour.
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Resinol the Secret Sold
There a rem to be no end to the uses
In which Resinol is put. Here is a man
who firat used it for piles, then local
troubles, and lastly for perspiring feet.
All experiments have proven successful.
Meat! what be saya:
"I brgnu the use of Rjeainol Ointment
about ten yeara ago for piles; results
satisfactory; finally used it tor all local
troubles, ami lastly (or perspiring fart,
snd it waa more than satisfactory, and
that after 1 had spent over a hundrtd
dollars for different remedies and medical
fees without results. Since than have
recommended it to dotens of people, aad
it has never failed to cure
L. KM. LI AN,
" Memphis, Tenn.'
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piles, but it is unsurpassed in relieving
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itching, blackheads, boils, ot any form of
eruptive skin disease, aa edema, tetter,
ringworm, barber's itch, etc. Resinol
Ointment can be pun based from your
drupgitt in fifty-cent and one-dollar uses,
but if yuu prefer to try a free sample
write to Department Oft, Resinol Chem
ical Co., Itaitimore Md
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That's the cry that waxes
louder and louder as the rush
and crush of city life goes on
wrinkling faces and shortening
The Sunday World prints more
"Farms, Rancbes, Acreage, Etc."
advertisements than any other
blast em newspaper.
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member of your family, a Xmas
present of a farm where health
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