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WOMEN THREATEN VOTE RIOTS IN LONDON
Waiters Break From Union, Beg Old Jobs at Bosses9 Terms
to-algal Taeoaar rmtm or IH MUfr.
Mala to-alaMi Taesetep rata ar oaeeri solder.
C U I I I W IN.
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" Circulation Books Open to All."
Circulation Books Open to All." '
PRICE ONE GENT.
STRIKING WAITERS STAMPEDE
FOR OLD JOBS
Hotel Men Destroy Leaders' "Or
der," Applicants Begging for Work
Tear Up Their Cards 500 Are
Locked Out Permanently.
Tbe leaden of tin striking waiters, demonstrating a naive inability to
recognize when they am beaten, attempted to serve tins afternoon upon
tho restaurant and hotel proprietors and managers a protocol In the form
of an amended "agreement," which they must sign before they could get
their waiters back and resume normal
employers, who had been besieged all morning by their former kitchen
and dining-room staffs seeking reinstatement, even at the cost of tearing j
up their union cards, received this proffer from the union leaders In a
comic opera spirit. Some of them did not read It at all; others read no
further than the first article of the "agreement." This stated tersely that
"all strikers are to be reinstated."
The other provision... roverlnn Direct
typewritten page and spe.-lfylni that
IMf should be semi-monthly pay. no
discrimination against union BMP, and
no flne!i under any condition, paled Into
Inslgnlllcanre bOssdO the Drat imperative
UNION AGENTS IGNORED BY
WAITERS AND BOSSES.
The union' agents were not deterred
from vloltlng hoteja and restaurants
where uilon men were waiting, anx-loua-eyed.
the decision of the booses
upon tholr application for reinstatement
tmdtr any conditions obtainable. They
watched the form of agrewnont go Into
the. maiMK rial ivuate basket with no
outward sign of ex.'ltemelit.
IJIlsabrth l'lytiu, tbe girl orator who
was the most active figure last week In
stirring the waiters to an acute otrlkc
fovor. visited several hotel and restaur
ant managers tills afternoon to make i
personal pleii in honatl of the men seek
ing to recover their old Jobs. Her re
ception may have heen more polite than
that Which was accorded Wie union dele
gates bearing the protocol, but none t:e
leas futile were her efforts.
More than 6ol waiters of Ihe Interna-
i.onat Hotel Workers' 1'iilon who tit-
MinDhantly paraded the streets anu
smashed hotel anil restaurant windows
m Lho tiela-ht of Hie strike fever last
week found themselves permanently
nut of employment to-day. The rusli of
me waiters, cooks and kitchen helpers
la set back their old Jobs to-day was
met by fully half the employers with a
let refusal of re nst.itenient. Holding
that former union agreements were,
broken and that all union agreements
re worthless, these hotel and restaur
ant owners and managers closed tbe
door on the striking waiters, who
i-eggrd humbly 10 be allOWsd to return.
James B. Began, proprietor of the
Hotel Knickerbocker, the man who !s
credited with having precipitated a
rH-Js by discharging offhand more than
Ms waiters and bus boys, heads the list
of the employers who have shut the
door on the beaten waiters. He gave
positive refuse I to-day to more than
10 applicants, though it Is understood
that a few of his best waiters will later
be reinstated by request of some of his
Waiters by the score have torn up
their union cards to placate their for
mer employers. In soma Instances this
-scrlfloe, insisted upon by the employ
ers, was sulTU'lent to restore them to
good Jobs, which they had cither vol
untarily given up or from which they
nere '"reed by intimidation.
At the Hotel Beetor twenty of the
old welters rushed for their Jobs aftar
(Continued on Second rage.)
of a Crowd
a st.mnede is one thing. It might
mean nothing more than uncontrolled
..itement But when you sec - mighty
throng of persons crowding to the ad -
VtrtiSing COIUmns OI newi-rapcr 1.11m
DAY 0 EVERY WEEK OF EVERY
. a aa tL i ml - tn ciu 'inorrt vrms.
TMK II IS - J as.. sj eswasis.
"HELP WANTED" ADS. PRINTED
LAST WEEK IN THE ORLD
C.SSO MORE than In ALL THE 6
OTHER New York Morning and Sun
day n,vspapers CO.M51NED.
Why fritter away your time, patience
and advertising money in small "by
paths" of publicity when in stare1! of
competent help when
Wet ' Hip Wnnud Aii fttlmm I ktit
rnrthi. mm. kr
Co. .The New
business. In every Instance theii,,.n,i ..riiin tztr, ooo ouo were
GEN. SICKLES PUT
Sheriff Serves Order on Him
and Immediately Approves
Bond Setting Him Free.
For two minutes this afternoon Uen.
tianiel K. ckles was under arrest. This
brief form ill ty was necessary in order
thsi a bond for St,nn), Insuring the pay
ment of 1:3. 17, to the estate, might In
put Into effect.
Sheriff llarburvrrr. with his personal
counsel, Albert Blunienstle! . his bond
clerk, Lawrence Wolf , his secretary and
bond clerk, Utwrence Kennedy, went to
Uen. Hickles's home, No. Si Fifth ave
nue, at S o'clock -this afternoon. The
Sheriff had with him the order Of arrest
Issue 1 last Saturday by Justice Kudd In
Albany at the request of Attorney-Ucn-
Oanlel I. Hays, counsel to tlen.
Sickle, met the parte st the door and
escorted them to the llbriiry In the rear,
where the tieneral. feeble and worried,
sat at a table. The old warrior had a
green shade over Ills eyes to shield them
from the Unlit.
Sheriff Hai-burger said ic had a pain
ful duty to perform. After some con
versation, in which no mention was
made of the General's shot Ut-te in bis
accounts with the Slate Monument
Commission, the Sheriff served the
summons and complaint In the suit
brought by the Attorney -tieneral and
also the order of arrest
tien. Sickles tussed the papers on his
de k ant lookitiK at them. Sin riff
llarburgcr then approved the bond
which was Issued by a surety company
and lien. Sickles struggled to bis feel
as u notice that, so far as he was core
Otrnodi the incident wa closed.
'There Is a fee of U.M In this mat
ter," said llond 'lerk Wolf.
"Who gets It?" snappej the general
"Tile State gels It, 110! the Sheriff." re
tlen. (Sickles summoned h.s house
keeper, KlOaBOr Harle Wilmei ding, (
tall, nervous splnsiei. whose prcsen is
In the Klfth avenue house lias bed
sore point with .Mrs. jMoklOl and her
son .Stanton. Miss Wllmcidlng was
very nervous. .
fiddle.' said len. S., -kiss -a name
he calls miss Wllmerdlni-l'v got to
Mlfa Wilnierdir.g retired, she returned
In a few inomcutH with her hands full of
dimes, nlOaleS and pennies. In her great
agitation ghS dropped much of the small
change on the Moor. Finally she pro
duced a five-dollar bill, two dimes and a
nlekle and the Sheriff and his com
tlen. Sl'-kles's friends must now Indus
triously proggfltltt their search for I '. : 4 -1
'Hut this sum would bs raised was a
guarantee given to tbe security company
that furnished the bond
ThtfS has been no Intent on the
palt of ttnrne-iiencral Cm ruo.Iy 10
Subject Urn Sickle, to the Indlzntty
of actual arrest and Imprisonment in
iCoaUauol n aJocwBd a-ags-i
UNDER ARREST FOR
The mat sssbMsblag
IT'S BEING SKINNED
ON SUBWAY DEAL!
Shonts Himself Says So, and
Seems to Think that
RUSHING WORK ALONG.
Employees of Service Board
Hard at It Sunday Bond
mal hearings upon propose! traction
held this forenoon before the Public
Service Commission. These are the
bonds behind which Is pledged the city's
credit for the next halt century under
the subway contracts which are now be
ing rushed to their final signing before
Chairman William It. Willeox's term ex
pires on Saturday.
The proposed bonds are divided Into
two lots. One la an Issue of ino.ooo.Ool
by the Interborough, and the ather la
an Issue of S,0O0,000 by the B. R. T.'s
baby the New Tork Municipal Rail
way Corporation. Private bankers reap
a harvest oC millions bstween the price
for which they take the bonds and the
price at which they are finally dumped
on the market.
The Evening World learned to-day
that a score of employees of the im-
mlsslon worked all day yesterday look
ing over proofs snd correcting them
with relation to the B. It. T. and Inter
borough contracts upon which final pub-
lie bearings were held on Jan. 20. This
would indicate that the contracts are
going to be Jammed through ths Com
mission and Hoard of Ksttmate this
week. Th next public meeting of the
Commission Is to-morrow at 12.15 I. M.
It la regarded as practically certain
that the contracts will not he voted
upon then, but at a later meeting.
STATE GETS $1,000,000, BUT THE
CITY PAYS IT.
The State of New York will collect
about SI.umi.ouO In taxes from the two
mortgages, the rate being one-fourth of
one per cent. Evidently this all comes
out of the city, for the city has
to wait Tor Its Interest upon Its great
contribution to the subwsys until sll
h charges of the two private cor
porations are paid.
In connection with the big bond Issues
of the two companies the printing Is
done by J. Pie: pout Morgan's Bank
Note Trust st oO cents a bond. This
amounts to I1I7,100, of which hree-nflhs
Is "velvet" above the cost of the same
printing by an outside concern.
"So far aa wo are concerned every
thing has been cleared up except a few
points In phraseology t.iat must be ar-rungi-d,"
said President Shouts of the
Iiiterltomiigh to an Evening World re
porter Immediately after he had paid
a call upon Chairman Will COS of the
"Are the changes which have been
made In the contract fundamental In
chars ter?" was usked.
"I don't know what you mean by
fundamental. ' he replied. "They have
been skinning us right along. Every
time they saw a patch of skin they
thought they liked they Jumped in and
"Just where has the Interboroug.i
been 'skinned?' " was questioned.
'I know very well, it Is sire enough,
but 1 will let the other side tell," he
said. "All that remains now Is the
phyocal details of getting the contra t
to the printer. So far as I can see '
there will be no necessity for f nuts' - '
conferen- es. MWi there may be more
details arise at lilt i.i-i moment.
Col. Tim Williams of the H. It. T.
also rrlteruted his former statement
that his corporation was i."lng away
Its birthright to tho city In the con
tract with his companv. Hon Will
iams and Mr. Shonts keep perfectly
straight faces when tcllln-; of their
"g fts" to the city.
INTERBOROUGH APPLIES FOR
APPROVAL OF BOND ISSUE.
To provide funds for th- nu ,n n of
Its P-irl In the oonsiruotlon of the dual
system, as well as for the rtnan otnj of '
short-term notes, the Interborough 1
Itapld Trsnslt Company fllel a petition
Jan. X, 101:1. asking for tie approval of
the commission to a proposed bond la
sue not to exoee t SI70,"i0,uii0. These are '
the bonds w iilch J. P. .Morgan & Co. I
III get from the Interboiojgh at Vi 1-3,
and concerning which prl'-c ''lialnnin
William it tviiicox atyi is not th pub
Hi i oncer n,
Tin petition siaies that me "-npn
((.'satiuue, on g'uonb I'uu
NEW YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 27,
DROWNS IN PLUNGE
AT CITY COLLEGE
Isidore Thomaschefsy Was Noi
Missed Until Long After Com
panions Leave Tank.
TOO LATE TO SAVE HIM.
Not a Good Swimmer, but
the Others Did Not
Notice Any Struggle.
A dosen students In the College of
the city of New York and Its prepsrn
tory department took advantage ot a
lull In the mid year examinations to
day to take a dtp In thr big plunge In
the gymnasium bullring. One of them
was Isidore Thomaachefsky. a seventeen-year-old
boy of No. 13 Avenue
C, who would have entered tho col
legiate department next fall.
Thomaschefsky was not a good swim
mer and kept away from the others at
the shallow end of the hundred-foot
tank. (Iathrmg courage he struck (MM
across the tank, where the water was
well over his head.
Half an hour after they hud entered
the tank, the students hustled Into their
clothing and left tho gymnasium Matt.
lug. It was not for another hour that
they missed Thmnssarhersky. snd il was
still another three-uuartcrs of an bour
before they told Dr. Thomas A. Storey,
professor of hyorlene. of hte disappear
ance. No one rememCiered having seen
after he hail gingerly mads his way
into the plunge.
Mr. Htorey. accompanied by Dr. W. II.
Hoyd, hurried through the gymnasium
The tank room was deserted, except for I
an attendant. Neveral of the umlergrad- ,
uatcs stripped and plunged Into the tank .
They dived and groied along ths hot- thick-set man stepped up to the t
tom of the tank for tun minutes; thin I torney'a table, and from four battered
one touched Thomaschefsky's body lying with(-r balta let loose a ahower ,,f
on the sloping bottom of the plunge I
under eight feet of water. It was
brought to the sui face and stretched out
on the tiled floor.
device that hs. I
brought hack to llfo many apparently
asphyxiated nersons, haei been sent for.
When ordinary first aid measures had
fallc-d the machine began to pump com
pressed air Into the lungs.
A half-hundred of the boy's classmates
stood around, helpless, while the full -motor
whirred. The chest rose snd fell
naturally with the action of the ma
chine.. Hut after three hours hope was
list and the pulmotor was wheeled away.
An IWttlMl will be held to-morrow to
ascertain Just what caused Tliomas
chefsky's death whether he was a vic
tim Of he art disease or was seised wil l
a cramp and drowned.
Appearance of Former Sugar
Trust Secretary Before Grand
Jury Does Not Save Him.
WTAbHINOTON, Jan. J7. - Chartaa
It. Ilelke. formerly secretary of th
AlDOrtOMI Sugar Itelliiing 1'oinpsny, has
no nun Unity from prosecution for his
kuowlexlge of tie "sugar welghtm-
frauds" against the (.Internment be-
HEIKE MUST SERVE
csuse he testlhed t-efore the ilratel , 'riie minks were traiied by ths etec
Jury. The Supreme Cnui ". so hld j ttlves, the cheek numbers having been
lo-'lay , Oftred from I.esdvllli When Oie four
The l.'ourt held that Heike must "ba-l men' eame lo claim them, all were
reive his eight niontns hupr isfsnin nt I plaoad in i ustody without troubls, al
and pay his lO.iuio flue. though the deteetives w-m pr snored ror
lleike was eonvlOtOd of conspiracy I g gun-flg'it The f,nr sere ! ekl till o
lo defraud tie i lot eminent. He hail
lestifleil at a fjrgnd Jury intestlva
I ion, undei t ie Shei man anti-tru t,
law. Into the affairs of the American
Hugar ftoflnlni Company Later lis
was prosei-ulfwi In connection wlh
the weighing fiauds at tne customs
do ks in Brooklyn.
"Unless Bonn tii.ng Iniervenoa tbst i
knoo nothing sbnul Hoiks will go fo
loll." sold i niied istatt Diot rlcl Attorney
s ss liila oftornoon,
'Ills apfeal renllj hod no iteight. lie
Oledonvored to pouuio immunity beeuts
lag itolJUd wcXuit lbs UiagJ Joiy io tig-
WRO THREATENS RIOTS
IN LONDON STREETS.
SHOWER OF GOLD
G)ins Pour on Table and Some
Roll Unheeded on Floor
From Old Belts
The llRhtN had been turned on In
West Side Court to-day to dispel the
gloom of the weather, when a short.
glittering gold coins that msdn the
Incandescent! wink and MaKlstrale
Corrlgsn shade his eyes. As the gold
ran out, llko yellow wheat from Ihe
mouth of a hopper, the pleasant
clinking of the gleaming metal re
sounded through the place. A few
coins dropped to the floor and rolled
away, unregarded for the moment. The
sight of the xtnek of coins piled on 'he
table hypnotized every one within
view into action
"W-what la all tlds?" demanded Mag
istrate Oorrlgan of Detective 'helan of
the Central oftt'e, who had turned on
the stream of gold.
"It's V.'.i J took from those four men
there," rejoined 1'helan. indicating with
a Jerk of his thumb four swarthy men
wiin sombreros, flaming handkerchiefs
and other evident symptoms of the
Wild West as depicted on "the screen."
"I guess it belongs to them, all right,"
continued Phclan. for nobody's put In
a claim for It."
And so the pile was nwept bark
again into the four worn belts and the
: gloom of tnc gray day shut down once
All this ocrurred during the arralgn-
I merit of llonialne Molslre, K-igene Hor-
tilapo, John Perrlslni an, I John ftader,
ail accused of being "high grade" men.
whlcn Isn't as paradoxical aji It sounds,
I for In Leadvllle, Col , where the prls-
I oners worked ss miners, a "high
i grader- is ciaP who steals gid runt
' out of the vein.
rrxf niara graders r. ar-
M-i Hon lMt ttf en by I t'tf : u m Pni'Iun
I itiM m gQUSd of pit ked mill Th tr-
rht- f0U0Wd h UUtCran from Hhf.tff
S hriitlf-r of l.eaivtllr that tUey had
j got away with worth of fttolm
Hold, ttlir Ham NcIiik 'ontaltird in
t their tflink. whif'i Were tl6flart to
weigh almost naif a ton
Alio, M.til t 'It
iMptttdhi all (OUT Wri men w -to
, a price on them.
da vihen I input t leriff William An
gus and Assistant I Hslr.et -Attorney
Iguentln it Bonnof grrlvod fnsn ieai-
gllls tvit i 1 1 suMtflOQ papers
Deputy bhorifi Anrug n intail tuan
Willi a nig mtistaciie and an ovei -
soin icro, to d a thrilling
H'oiitluued on I'ouiih I'age i
latnins of tbe alnornign i.s m loaneo.
I iloo oitn the iorOMtlog -if the Itugavr
ITruot In But 1 solghlng fiauds
in Brooltlyfl In t is o r -en a different
. manor and bis g-illl in ti-gt voiiiK.tion
. aai ciegiU' otUBUgbsd.
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RAINED INTO COUR
BUILT NEW FACE
FOR SOCIETY GIRL;
Dentist Seeks to Collect Rec
ord Bill From Estate of Mill
PELL HROM HER HORSE.
Dr. Ruxhaum Specities What
He Did 1o Restore Miss Gug
genheim's Facial Beauty.
Wbal with steam yachts, rvnd villas at
Newport, and cottages In tbe Adiron
da-ks, and town bousee In New fork,
and winter palaces at Halm lleac-b, and
residences In the capitals of Kurope. II
hss been hitherto considered almost pro
hibitively es.pensf.ve to tie a million
aire, in tact, the cost or living high
haa driven several well known persons
of wealth to forsake the millionaire pro
fession. More of them are destined to
drop out of the whirl when tbor read of
the latest Item of millionaire expense.
This last and bitterest Incubus to be
borne by one of the unfortunate rich Is
a dentist's bill of I7.no. said to have
been run up by Miss Marguerite Gug
genheim, daughter of the late Benja
min duggenhelm one of the seven fa
mous Uugganbeln aroibers.
Mlea Ouggsnbelm had a moot un
fortunate tumble from her saddle horse
while taking her morning ranter through
Central Park In April. 111. Her tea
turrs were severely Isceratrd as a re
suit, and Dr. Ashsr K. K Uuxbaum of
No. Sll Madison avenus was called In
to do the necssssry dentsl work to re
inforce Mlea Guggenheim's physlng
noiny, Ths dentist declares he has duly
presented bis bill of 17,500 and has bsen
refused payment. Hence be Is suing lo
recover that sum In the Supreme Court
from the executors of Mr. Guggen
Dr. liiixbaum declares he trested Miss
Guggenheim both at hts Msdlson avenue
office and In the aulte occupied by Miss
Guggenheim snd her mot her at the Hotel
St, Itegls, when they are In town.
Follows a list of soms ot ths things
which the doctor esys hs did to restore
the young lady's pulchritude, and which,
hs says, should cost her I7.M0:
It-planted ths teeth In ths upper
Made gold splints for both Jaws,
Aided Dr. Cauldwell lit taking au
Hammered the fractured portion of
the lower Jaw into position and set
It by a apllnt after M1ss Guggen
heim had been anaesthetised in ths
presence of Urs. Meyer, straustnirg.
Sternberg. ! and Unmet t.
Mads It iKisalble for Miss Guggen
heim to rat. by making Impressions
of the upper r,got and left sides of
the Jaw and reproducing the upper
tssth la gold and platinum, and then
kept the mouth open so that the .o
plsnted tSeth Slid ths fracture would
be st rest and a perfect reunion
Recemeuted ths upper splint snd
ultimately removed sll the splints,
after Miss Guggenheim had recov
ered fully from ths Injuries, snd
otherwise took care of her teeth end
The executors of the Guggenheim es
tate deny Dr. Iluxfbaum Is entitled to
any such fee as $7."i00 for his Isbors.
OUR WILD. WOOLLY CITY
TEEMS WITH GUNMEN.
So They Came Properly Armed,
Were ArrcsteJ, IndLleJ and
l ined Right Off the Keel.
Thomas Connor and Thomas Htnallev,
Ungllshtnegi who arrived in this city on
the slsaiisblp Haiti'- Jan -e en route to
Log Angeles, Cal. paid fines of 1.'. each
before Judge Hosalsky In General Ses
sions lo-day for carrying revolvers
They were arrested the dsy they tend
ed while on s spree.
Itolh were penitent to-dy They had
been tmncie.1 and the majesty and
quickness of the las daze I tlieru. Re-'h
explained they were sregilb) and car
in, i revolver! lo protect then property,
"That Is not necessary In this coun
Iry," Judge Hosalsky told them.
1 Iteg pardon. Interrupted I'un inr,
"but we were lold different. Why. Your
WorshlPi ths Khgllsh papers said the
sli eets of this city wtts full of bloom
W'orlisua KlllrO In shaft.
allohgol Losentl, lblrtk'four ra ri old.
living at No. ir-'' Inwootf gvenus, in Hie
Brong, gr as Ingtontli killed1 tins after,
goon by tbe eoving pi ruoka ond dirt m
tbgft No ' of tn. Aquodaci Uorontl
ass yorblng led 'i balotl tl.- gurfaOd
and tiis gavg slotted elogi to Ibl lop
gX JM suoXk.
OB$7,50o;utULAht liUtKKILLA WAK
nrm inr nurnnii i i iiiir
WHEN VOTE IS DENIED
Led by Mrs Pankhurst, Statement Is
Shouted They Will Make Lives
of Public Men Impossible for
POLICE THRONG CITY
Storekeepers Barricade Windows
When Warned of "Something
Worse" Than Smashing.
LONDON, Jan. 27. A declaration of guerilla warfare by the su
fragettes, including sorties and riots, tn start from to-day, was made try '
Mrs. Lmmeline Pankhurst, the militant leader, at a meeting this evarinf
at which- the action of the overnmnt in throwing oat the Parliatntnt
votes for women bill was discussed.
The threat was loudly acclaimed by throngs of excited suffragettes
who had been held in check all day at the Parliament buildings and in
various sections of the city by a force of 2,ooo policemen, while the
entire reserve force of London was held ready to quell any rioting.
Mrs. raakharot oaUeg for to
BANKER EDEY'S WILL
CREATED TRUST FUND
FOR WIFE HE KILLED
His Only Child Will Now
Inherit Whole of the
Thr sill of ths lat- Rsnkor Hoary
VMry who slKit his atfn and then allot
MriuK-ef, was fll.- l this afternoon In Rlv
ortiraO. U I. U is itated July 19, Kit,
will, ii was In set lisfirre ehr eoantial w-hich
drielopail wbrn Mis K-li-y ami rianlner
Murdock lft It- ils, i r at about the samo
I'lidor tho will ths nlfe was to h.iv-is.-n
one of His principal linlrs. tsslng ths
hrnrfli'lary of a trust fund aa wll as i
Tin. will inakss provision for a trust
fun. I of 130,000 for th-- bsneflt of I'har
lOtto MH'omlng, first wlfs of Mr. Kdsjr.
It also provtdes that II.OUO shall he paid
to his slnpinothrr, franca . Kilry
Kach servant in the employ of Mr. Krtry
Is to rorelve V-O for tssrh year of em
ployment. Tho house st Heliport anil Its
contents and the contents of ths stable
were all left to the wife whom Kdey
killed. A I30.H00 trust fund for the bene
fit of ths wife was hi ranged (or and a
atmllsr fund waa to be established for
each child, the trust to - ease and earh
receive ttie principal when thirty years
old. As there Is but the ons Dal Id there
will be only one trust fund
The will provided that ths residue
should be divided mt" two parts eel
the Income of one-half paid to ths
wife so long as she lived, provided
she did not marry. In which case the
payment was to be cut In half. As
Mary K. Kdey Is the ooly child she Is
the or aid on rv legatee.
i 'hurl's 1.. snd Frederick Ed' v.
brothers of the decedent, are made ex
ecutors arid trustees of the estate.
They are forbidden to Invest more
l.isn $60.1100 In sny one security. No
estimate of the estate was tiled wil l
ENGLISH WOmTn AVIATOR
FLIES 11.880 FEET IN SKY
WITH A COMPANION
I'AillH. Jan. ft - Oeorgts !egagnonx.
jan aviator, this afternoon ascended 11.
; HSU feet In a uioiioplsne. csi rylna Miss
I lisvl-a, an NaafUah svtairlx, as a pas
TlM fligli: ssta'illeneil a now French
record fogjsollllude wllb o peasant sr.
PRIOE ONE GENT.
TO CHECK RIOTING.
iad addressee of two so erao
ware preparao to take pari la a
rollaai oaaUagat wttk too." Tho aaf
( rage tie loader saM thai there wars
wosasa who were preaang to
gor their Uvea lo tho
aaloo avsvaia Koaay,
sry promlaveat la tho oaoaooaTtog of
tho oUUteata, declared that tho wesaes
wooid "aaahe the Itvoo of paette saea
tsaposolble,- aad la reply to oa la-
"If poa are o shopkeeper yea Had
better look oat. Xt to Bet Jaot pear
wtadowg wblah are gotag to bo at
tacked II lo oeaasthlag aloe. We aea
gotag to get this gaeotaoa oat 11 eg ear
for all." i
Hoop shape hare slrssgy
CITV UNDER HIAVV QUAftO FOR
Tne city to-night Is tinder heavy guard
aa ths aurfragattao had declared ooate
days ago that should they be defeated
tn their attempt to get the vote all
their riotous acts of the past would
be slight compared to what they would
du in i ei.illat ion on the ;v eminent
Votes for women In tlreot Britain, as
far as Parliament la concerned, "died
a-borntn' " this afternoon whsn Premier
As'iulth arooe In the House of t.'uinmoiis
and announced that the Government for
mally withdrew the Prsnehloe Reform
He v igorously rspu-llated tho charge of
trickery Imputed to the Government by
sortie of the rtery advocates of equal
sofTrage. and explained that the Cabinet
sireedlngly regretted Its Inability to
carry out Ha pledge to the women to
submit equal euffrage to a vote, because
of the ruling of Speaker Uowttier tkat
tbe adoption of the Orey amendments
necessarily would entail the relntroduc
turn of the bill.
I'revloue to ths announcement In Com
mons by Premier Asuulth the ttrltis .
Cabinet to-day decided to drop the Fran
chise bill In deference to the Speakers
ruling that ths form and aubotanceof the
measure would be so materially altered
If the amendment granting the vote to
women were adopted that It ought la be
presented to the shape of a new bill.
CROWDS OF WOME SWEPT Y
Those euffragettea who had been ad
mitted Into the outer lobby of tbe House
of Commons and those In ths vicinity
of the House took tho rebuff to tbsir
hopes with ominous quiet. The outer
lobby wss safely guarded by Unas of
police so as to prevent any possibility
of ths women breaking In. and the laoer
sanctum waa crowded with represents
Uvea of vartoua suffrage oodottea. but
there waa no demonstration whoa
Premier Asqulth's announcement be
The great display of police esTectuolly
dampened snv projected outbreak un the
open epaca fronting Ilia Houses of Par
liament The crowds, including Impos
ing parades of wont u os r Tying go, ltd
wleh boards avtvertaaviag ton vtowo at tho