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ON REIGN OF PEACE
Delegation Headed by Andrew
( MQunefte Presents Him With
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a urigraiuiaiury nuurcss
.Rulers of Twenty-Five States
That Make Up German Em
pire Visit the Kaiser.
BBRUN', June M The Ubltf cle
trstton marking the twenty-firth annl
Terser y of the accession of Bmperor
Wllhelra IT. to the throne nd the M1nl
mat of hit ambition to nil a euarter
eeatm-y without war reached Ita height
to-day When the rtilera of the other
twenty-five lUtti that with Pruiila go
to make up the Oerman Bmplre, came
to Berlin personally to congratulate the
The Kaleer and Kaleerln motored In
arty from Potsdam, and after passing
through the Thlergarton and Untsr den
Linden, where again they were cheered
to the echo, went to the new pataco.
There they received the Ktnga of Wur
aanlisig and Baaony. Prince negent Lud
wt of Bavaria and al other dukes and
trtaoes reigning over the States, duchlea
OARNEQIE PRESENTS THE AD
MESS OF AMERICANS.
One of the first delegations received
By Bmperor William to-day was that
Beaded by Andrew Osmesis, who p re
seated him the following signed by a
large number of representative Amerl-
"To His Imperial Majesty the German
"On toehalf of organisations and so
cieties which represent the effort of
citlaens of every section.
and race to advance the cause
of erefllsatlon. we venture so express to
your Imperial Majesty our congratula
tions upon a reign notable In countless
ways. In none more so than In the
maintenance of twenty-five years at un
broken peace between Oermany and
the other nations of the world.
The memorable words of Tour Majes
ty shortly after ascending the throne.
"The peace o( my country Is sacred to
me," came both from the head and
froan the heart. Sacred Indeed the
peace, the order, and the prosperity of
the German people have been. More
than once during the past twenty-five
years It has been the high privilege of
Tour Majesty not only to exercise
peaceful forbearance, but to Inspire It
"We beg to tender our thanke to Your
Imperial Majesty for what you have
done to prevent war and to advance
the coming of the day when there shall
bs peace upon earth to men of good
OONDITIONS OF THE GERMANS
'tin addition to ths preservation of
International peace, we know well that
Vary department of government has
rasajved and Is receiving your sym
pathetic co-operation. Ths remarkable
developments In the commerce and the
manufacturing Industries of Oermany
ad ths improvement of agriculture owe
muoh to Tour Majesty Judicious and
unwearied efforts. During Your Ma
jesty's reign the condition of the masses
he German people has steadily Im-
rsd. Their education la now better
g more practically helpful than ever
bv.'ore. Ths laws tor ths protection of
tiki public health, for the compensation
and ears of ths aged, ths injured, and
ths Incapable, are all dus In large meas
ure to Tour Majesty's support and ap-
The Increasing population and the
growing wealth of Germany under Im
nrsvtng conditions of Ufs and of labor
are an Impressive tribute to Your
Majesty's labors for your people's good.
'Those of us engagsd In ths develop
ment of ths Industries, ths commerce,
the education, ths science and arts of
powr country, and In promoting as far
g Bss la our power the brotherhood of
an. units la expressing to Your
Majesty our senss of obligation for the
saanapts your reign of twenty-five years
"We congratulate Your Majesty upon
ths) notable advenes mads by Oermany
In every Held of human effort during
your peaceful, prosperous and civilising
reign. Long may it oontlnue unbroken!"
MILITARY BANDS MASSED IN
THE CASTLE COURTYARD.
The day began with a "general re
veille." Ths massed military bands
from ths division of ths Guards sum
moned ths Emperor to his window
With deafening musle played In the
Inner courtyard of ths castle. Ths
bandsmen then paraded from ths cas
tes to ths Brandenburg Oats, at ths
other end of Unter den Linden, and
hank again, playing popular melodies
and salutary marohas.
In Hie meantime 7,000 school children
had replaced the bandsmen In the oaatle
oourtyard, where they sang several
songs, to ths evident pleasure of the
ne reception of deputations and the
presentation of loyal addresses began
at M o'olook, but was Interrupted from
o'clock till 1 o'clock by His Msjesty'a
recaption of representatives of the
Government offices, ths army and navy,
the Parliament and various municipali
ties. Ths Impressive ceremony of ths
mounting of ths eastls guard and ths
iaaassT of ths imperial family at ths
TJett alBI of eauatiM
Seven Photographs of the
Taken Since His
IBBBSBSBSBB anteta! elaxT
1 ass' ' ' ' asaPasal l ta ' m BP trl
HBsaw saases? ' ' . MmMmO ' M l1"1 ah asaaJ
most endless. The delegates represented
organisations of every kind, and all
brought 4th litem Illuminated addr
while some of them conveyed handsome
gifts to the Bmperor, despite hie dec
laration that he did not wish money to
be spent in tnls way, but rather devoted
MORE THAN $0,000,000 RAISED
FOR CHARITY AND SCHOOLS.
The most Imposing testimonials were
the endowment of M.260.000 raised by ths
German municipalities for charitable and
educational estibllsliments and the na
tional subscription of 8850.000 devoted to
German Christian missions, in which
Catholics and Protestants participated.
the Catholics raising MS.10O and the
The German army presented His MsJ
esty with a field marshal's staff and the
navy with a great sliver eagle.
The Emperor spoke to each deputation
a word or two of thanks.
Ths weather carried out the Hohensot
lern trsdltlon, being sunny snd warm,
and spectators stood throughout the day
In thousands around the castle and along
the principal thoroughfares.
To a delegation from the British
Church in Berlin, received by His Maj
esty this sfternoon, the Emperor said:
"I can assure you I ehall continue to
do my best to preserve peace and pro
mote the friendly relatlonahlpa existing
between our two countries.''
STORY OF KAISER'S ATTITUDE
ON A MONARCHY.
A remarkable story showing the Km
peror William's attitude toward a con
stitutional monarchy was related to
day. Prof. Otto Hlntse. professor of
constitutional and administrative his
tory, declared that the Emperor him
self had told him years ago how he
had first disregarded and then destroyed
the standing appeal made by Krederlok
William IV. of I'r.issla to his succes
sors to abolish the Prussian constitu
tion. The Emperor said the first document
he found In his desk after his acces
sion was an envelope containing ths
political testament or Frederick Will
iam IV., which was to be delivered to
each of his successors on his accession.
It urged tnd Implored In the strongest
torms the revocation of the Prussian
constitution before the taking of the
coronation oath by the new monarch.
Frederick William IV., who had
granted the constitution to Prussia dur
ing the stormy days of tne middle of
the nineteenth century, alwaye re
gretted his act, but did not find either
the opportunity or the courage to re
voke It. Bmperor William, like his
father and grandfather, had no Inclina
tion to follow ths advice of Frederick
William IV , but he went farther and
destroyed the document from fear of
the Influence It might have on some
young and Inexperienced successor. The
"I felt as If I had a powder cask In
the house, and It worried me su that I
finally burned the testament."
CIRCULAR COURT HOUSE
OPPOSED BY JUSTICES.
They Will, It Is Reported, Be
Against Plans of Architect
Fast upon the heels of the Inform..
tlon that the Justices of the Supreme
oun win meet late this afternoon for
the purpose of passing their final Judg
msnt upon the Dlam for the new nr
bouse there were apparently well-defined
rumors mat tnelr report will be against
the plans as drawn by Architect Lonell.
For some time It has been known that
Indlvual Justices have been opposed
to the acceptance of these plans, which
won out In the competition the result of
Which was announcsd not long ago. It
wtas understood to-day that a majority
of the Justices will vote against the final
acceptance of ths plans. The main ob
jection against the plans, wrrtab provide
for a circular building, Is that It would
ha laaniillile Sn -K-1 n m it .... t
Ths Justices are said to favor some
. MM eajisj
I 1 "sss ?B5jg MRS. PANKHURST
NEARLY TWO BILLIONS
PAID OUT IN WAGES
BY U. S. STEEL TRUST
Corporation Employs 221,025
Persons, at Annual Wage
of 189, 35 1,602..
William .1 Filbert. Comptroller nf the
1'nlte.i States Hteel Corporation, took
the witness stand for the defense In the
Government dissolution suit niinln.i: the
corporation when the hearlmr w.is re
sumed this morning. Mr. Filbert said
thst at the beginning the corporation
called its auditing heads together ml
decided upon standard clnsslll atl ms of
cost accounting looking to economies In
the Industry. At present the corpora
tion Is getting out fifty monthly cost
statements. In connection wlrh hlatt
furnaces alone 8,000 Items appear on the
monthly cost sheet.
Mrs. FUhert went Into a lengthy ex
planation of the methods employed to
got aocur.'.te figures, t was from the
exhibit in question that both President
James H. Farrell and Judge Elbert II.
Clary, Chairman of the Finance Com
mittee, gave rmich of their evidence,
ahowing, as they swore, that prices of
steel products had tended downward
since the formation of thf corporation.
The witness swore that In 1902 the cor
poration employed lis, 1163 persons and
the annual payroll was $ll2,t?.i,lw. In
1912 there were 221,026 employees and the
payroll waa S18lf.Kl.au2, an Increase of
87.8 per cent. In ten years. Since the
formation of the corporation It ha pnld
out In Government, State and municipal
Interest on tunrie u(t Blortsiae. .
Dividend ou i-onuurtlon tUx-li . .
For uuiutlon sod welfare vurk.
Ftoor smrient itent snd eairtr
Pot accident .went sad- eafetj
!, 158,044. flrj.U)
Total w fnisi luol to Ml
Voluetso accident relirf fund...
hnrl.iTeai' etork eubet Ttplion ".t
In five years X!,248 employees have
subscribed to Sl3,O0u,O00 worth of stock.
Mr. Filbert declared approximately llfl,
000,000 worth additional WHS to-day held
by employees of the company, not be
ing listed In the original group of pur
chasers. NEATLY NABS BURGLAR.
An open rear window in the residence
of Jonn Stevens, a broker, llv.ng at
No. 536 Beech street. Klchmond Hill,
early to-day around the susp.ciona of
Policeman Hoffman, who waited at the
window like a oat at a mouiivhole.
Presently a man Jumped u .t.
Hoffman seised him and there waa a
brief struggle. The policeman drew
bis revolver and the man surrendered.
He carried a bag of Jewelry rings,
bracelets and ornaments -estimated lo
be worth 8&U0. The Stevens family was
absent from home over Sunday,
At the Richmond Hill police station
ths prisoner said he was Benjamin
Hyte of No. 140 Norfolk street, Uan
hatttja. Ha had a "pal," bs said, who
was lo have met his In Jamaica. A
search was mads for "Us psA" but be
THi iviiriirtt world,
Coronation 25 Years Ago
TWO BOYS DROWNED AS
LAUNCH RACES TO RESCUE.
Hero Who Tried to Save Com
panion Dragged Down by Death
Grip Bodies Washed" Ashore.
With a launch speeding to the reic.ie
from the Bergen Beach Yacht Club two
lads, one apparently desperately fight
ing to save the other, were drowned
to-day n few hundred feet off shore In
full sight of a hundred or more sicca
tors. When the bortl"i floated In'o the
hech cards were found In the dead
youths' pockets reading "lCdward
Adnmp" and "Raymond Plret."
Positive Identification irf tho drowned
boys wan made by the police. Adam.
lived at No. 410 IHsSCksr street and
Plret at No. ifT'J) Van CortUtlldt avenue,
hoth in llrooklyn. They hail gone with
two other hoys to t'anarsle, where the
hired a hout and rowed to Hergen
It. a li for a swim.
Commodore Hlldebrand of ths yacht
club heard the cries from the water
and the ohoutn of the spectators and
put nut In a launch with three of the
club employees. They reached the np
proxlmnte I pot where the struggling
swimmers disappeared but could not
find the bodies.
Spectators agreed that one of the
lads, who appeared to be about it,
began to sink mil shout for help and
that his companion, apparently about
19 years old, went to his aid and was
clutched In a death grip he could not
SAVES DROWNING MAN.
Volleenian In Nevlmsslns; lllves fur
Tailor la Pelham nay.
Salvatore Coluccl, a tailor, of No. .ViO
Kast line Hundred and Bight -seventh
street, got a cramp while he was swim
ming In Pelham Hay off Pelham Bay
Park to-day and sank about twenty-five
feet from the dock. Policeman Louis
Moses of the Morrlsanla station, who
was on his vacation and had gone
swimming In the same plaoe, made for
the spot where Colucci had sunk, dived
for him and brought him unconscious
to the dock.
After two surgeons fri-m Fordham
Hospital hail supplenn Mel the work of
resuscitation the pOllCSfASn hltnsnlf lie
gan ColUOOl was ahls to go to his '.lomo.
flrary lerr. la Narel.
lH,cieJ to The BV88BB1 World
ROM K. N. V., June If JoilspH O
Hall of this city, negro laborer, has
brought action agalnat Henry (.'lews,
millionaire financier of Nssj York,
claim u ' damages or tlO.HM for Hlander
of Hall's title of real estate and of his
name and character.
Trouble started when Mr. flews,
through hlit attorney, Mll J. White,
served nottve on Hull to vacate his
little h one here. It was claimed that
title waa held by Mr. t'lews anil Hall
waa a S'luatter. In a counter action
Hall got Judgment and hla title but the
costs fell on him.
New York b always chant-fag ; bat
its tag doesn't
CEYLON TEA k
WS MM CaJnt, j PeJtsJhjJ fW g
FED FROM PRISON
FOR THETHIRD TIME
Militant l eader Started An
other Hunger Strike When She
Was Re-Arrcstid Saturday.
UKtfiOM, June 18 -Mm Rmmallne
Paiiikhurst, loader of the militant suf
fragettes, waa this afternoon again re
leaned from Holloway Jail because of
her weakened and esifrelliled condition.
She started a hunger strike when she
was rnnrrestnd on Saturday, and by
to-day she could not stand.
It was the third time that the leader
has beon releaied from Jail sines ehe
began s three-year sentence for the
l.loyd Gorge homili outrage. The first
I time she served nine days, and on her
I second trip she waa In prison three
days. She left s nursing home Satur
I day to attend the funeral of Mlas Bmlry
Ihivlson, the Miffriigrtte of Henby fame,
and was promgitly returned to Jail.
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need prompt care
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HYDROX is a quick help and safeguard. In a
thousand and one ways it is necessary to the health
of the household.
NECESSARY because it helps keep the house and the people tn It genn-proof
, and to be germ -proof is to escape most of the sickness that infests life.
It keeps the teeth and mouth healthy gives prompt aid to throat troubles.
For cuts, burna, etings, bolla or ulcere it Is an over-ready safeguard.
For blemiahet on tha face aa complexion beaut ifier It ia efficient and refreshing. Aa a
wash after shaving it soothes the akin, and he bleaching action makee it particularly doeirable
when the beard growth ia dark.
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SO FAR SIX WOMEN
More to Be Heard From, It Is
Thought, but Dapper Big
amist Just Smiles.
In Charles Rosaelle, otherwise Oscar
Roderlok, now In the Tombi awaiting
Indictment by the Orand Jury. Assistant
District Attorney Joseph Du Vlvisr ts
confident that ths law has In Its tolls
an areh bigamist, sis women, so fsr,
lay claim tn Jlosaelle as their husband,
and, according to the Information on
hand, Mr. Du Vlvler is of the npinHt
that there are at least sl mors who
have not as yet been heard from.
If this should meet ths eye of any
woman, young or old, who at some
period tn her life has stood at the altar
with Rosaelle let her communicate with
Mr. Du Vlvler. He Is anxious, not so
much for his own Information, but for
ths record of the law to know how
many women Rosaelle really did many.
Rosaelle Is In the Tombs on the com
plaint or his latest bride, who a Mrs
Mary Barry, with five young Harrys, rf
No 184! St Anthony avenue, the Bronx.
Mrs Harry waa married to Rosaelle.
who was ' nown to her under the name
of Roderick, on May 38. Two days
later Mrs. Ids Boyle liosselle of No.
I88S Webster avenue, appeared at the
former widow's home and claimed the
bridegroom as her husband. She aald that
Rossells. or Roderick, had married her
Feb. 11. 1101. As ths result the two
women went before Magistrate Onrrlgan
and got a warrant for their huahand'a
arrest. When the police executed th
warrail Rosaelle tried to eeeape. clad
only In pajamaa, through a srennd-story
window. Ths pajamaa wsre a symphony
In pink, embroidered snd trlmmsd with
point Iscs snd ribbons.
Hlnce Rosaelle baa been in the Tombs
the police and the IMstrlrt-Attorney's
office have been active In looking up his
record. Not elnce the days of Arthur
witioff. the berber who marrted thirty
two woman In this country and then fled
to Kngland, where he married almost
as many mora before being captured,
haa ao reckless s blgsmlst been csught.
The recorda ao far examined disclose
that on Feb. 11, 18M, Rosaelle, a deco
rator by profession, married Ioulaa
Moll of No. It Broome street He lived
with her a few years and then fled. On
July SO. I8M. he married Mary MriNa
mara of No. ions Park avenue. Some
time later he took aa his wlfs Sadie
Maxman of No. 80 East one Hundred
and Sixteenth street. Sadie became sus
picious when he tried to Induce her to
turn over what money she had to him,
with the result that on Dec. It, lttt, she
caussd hla arrest for blgsmy snd hs waa
sent to State prison for three years
After his releaae Hosselle continued
his conquests, msrrylng Ida Boyle,
Mrs. Barry, and It Is thought several
others who have not yet been heard
In the Tombt Hosselle simply smiles
when queetloned concerning his lovs
affa;rs. Hs Is a dapper-looking Indi
vidual about forty-three yeara old and
wears his age well. The rirand Jury le
considering his cass to-day.
AS THEIR HUSBAND
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DELIA FOX, FAVORITE
! l COMEDY
Ur YtARS Alii), IS UkAU
ass of (xild Milk Brings on
Indigestion and Kills
Delia Psa, who was the pt of musi
cal rnrniMly audiences twenty years
ago, died lo-day at Miss M. K 01Rrten's
prlvnta hospital at No. 184 West Ons
Hundred and Seventy-alxth street She
"as attacked by acute Indigeellon after
drinking a glass of cold milk Saturday
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S TO-MORROW. TUESDAY
Great June Coat Sale
Striking Long-Coat Styles. f 7R
Stylish Draped Models. Pfo
Smart English Cutaways. v
$10, $12 & $15 Values,
Inimitably effective cost creations will be presented in to-morrow's
sale in this captivating collection of all that ia choicest and
beat for Summer outing and auto wear. There ia every choice
among these superlatively beautiful
These materials are of a superior
coats at unusually stylish. No cont
can begin to show anything to
beauties of tailoring, rtyle, cornfort and workrrvanarup.
Any coloring that you may prefer will be
found here in the most attractive new models.
In offering three coats at ao low a price a new mark of econocny
it set that will not toon be equalled, if, indeed, such coatt can ever
be duplicated at a figure ao remarkably moderate.
Remember Alterations FREE Continued
sfternoon when sne
Mar sister. Mrs Nat Rot, wist
with her, sailed s phrase tan.
her taken to Miss OUrtsn's
Her husband, "Jack" Levy, fa
ths actress had een
Miss Foa. after several
grinding work up throug
lo small earls, became a t
an ths stags when ehe took ths i
ths frown Prlnes In "Waasj." I
Da Won? Hopper reached lb
tooese. In a gay suit sf wtnW
she sang "A BSWtty a
brook" and ties rest get ffJJksV
soft but lively melody until
aH the way from ths Rocky
to hear her.
Horn In t Loots la till
began hsr stage arses- at
of age. smpportlnc James 0NsfB
'A Celebrated Casa" gbe works
ths Bennett Moulton
light opera organisation befsra afa
Joined Da Wolf Hopper. "WaBSJ,"
"Panjandrum." Ths Little TrtSgsTJ
-Kleur-de-Lls" "ths Waddlag Pay
and "The tdttle Host" were
which adds to hsr fame and
A severe Illness te 11
from ths stase exraot at short
vale until ltok, when aha returns ge
way of the vaudsvllls theatres,
undertook a role In the melsdrni
production of Charles Froha
"Heart Ae Trtitrme. and
ful. Hsr last appearance here west tn
ths rsrlvsl of "Hnsedals" lsst
st ths I.yrlc Theatre. She
rled to Mr. Levy In IttO.
FALLS OUT OF COASTElTTBlC
Aaether Treek Below tjtta
..area. Whs la Mavtally laysujessV
While riding alone In a roller coaster sai
In Hillside Park, near Belleville, at.
shortly after midnight Saturday atabnK
McLaren of No. 48 Ralph street. Mtat
rills fell from ths car while It era
ths upper curve, sixty test frag
ground. McLaren landed on the I
track, directly la front of another
which anocsea nun in one snrn
nlovees of the concern lowsret
conscious, to the ground with rosea,
waa taken to St. Mlchael'e Hosnt
Newark, where It was found be
fractured skull and Internal
will probably die.
Whipcords Fancy Stripes
Diagonals Modish Serges
grade that at once (tamps the
temporary off erina in the dtv
even remotely with the
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