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HI ILCW « VIENNA
g^ of Honor Paid by Em
peror to Hr. Roosevelt.
IKDIGiy^T OVER RUMOR
•VSotT Day in lhe Austrian Cap
ii&]!— Goes* of Count yon
' Achrcnthal at Dinner
_ r t --- ;i - Throe. >rr Roo^ev*-'.: s
ltm a- B« * Btrsaa (RBW to-dfiv
Tlwswt Ms* that a-rc^njed to a rw*T»
"*' lr-r.f The pun V nun
of : t# man. .ererr.or.io-.js of tnos*
Two**- V .'.rraiurod the pr^rrarr.me
-• not;-.ir4f ur.done m-hlch co.:;d
: -ec«demc<! honor »
■*■& if » a American c-.tixen
.i ~.ark . ' hi- r-"t-*ona: ejrteero
X * K:n*- Praacla Joseph re
[T-e ••- ' ; Private apart
*^ .. .wj P Wo?" :'c inntead of It I "
■ a - '\ . chamber. T:;e monarch.
* • - ' -rr. m •«trem«lT
J^pa to the f-ir--ar, ex-T'refident and
, • . •*.-.• — ' • — \ -«ye
JJLa, Th« sut.e-ti. »
"~~"^ >r — BM be*- made ptfaO ■ M"
2Jb*l <"' - r • "e^aJ t he . rMMai
'■;, or la« crversaUor,
. '-..-- >a] ■ -ended per
.- «•- BbbbbVßbT^ c«:i m
" t , -ur.n CMBBj m•^.e^e
\L*or.*'-" ' :v ■ I p****» T^" BaJht baa
- -.* ►•-•■ a !• :.dden
l ifrv ,Mr' hr-K-. '.are :r. the afternoon.
lla»i"i |rr ■* "*"• r '"'•*" ** To « r> "d hS«
, ajn**» an honor a* « return vlf;' from
rcMß* rnlr ro rel«a;r.|r
rA ; pn the rr-:Trrc«- •was or:r the
•-at-re of a da>- EOT Mr Itoos*
he^aa imaaeaiately after w
(> fc» +"'■' ■ **-•>' trj » morctnj: •» .th
111 ft ''l' artta ilenry WUbbj bbOBbT
l-^.BBI Arsbassaflor BO Ttaner. who rad
.. ,-, V T-a since he heran his
-„•- «""- - •mrer.:y-«ev. 1 year*
• President Taffs fax^ie-. mho
**. .., ■--■ • « «tc The day In
r -,-ir a- " •■ ' r " c-:r.t voa.
'.he •- : .n*rarian Trr-
V". "■"'" '"""Ich lasted an hour: a
t -- r* /■ '■-■ Archdcke Francs Fer
4>?nsnd. t-.- «"r arparas ■ :' —re. a r
Pa:»«c* a vtH' U t^e t'Tr-«
Tlr ff«j»Lj»gi. where unde- :he guidance
-"wie, . CbKCUa *r.cnk » irh a
ywt tar*» :" ht« hand. V- Roosevelt
1^ m-r**: 1 -' c- the tombs of Err.r-e^.«
O^y. pom-n PHnce Rudolph: an
■ =■«-•«:-. n ■:•• g s-hool.
..-a, <•■ *>'*:. arrt of Hal BB
■ jsair hR-rack? I rec*p* - h
yjg?ri»- ■" * ri ' l • ri.r.ne- Bjaa
tft BOTl'" «* *■"•* Fore'jrn Of* ■<■ • --.gh* r>T
•^a.. Tet s'te^ th» l«njt
to . " *e\-e:r r* — ie<J to r! =
. , • n« mnuTTTed the irstm two st
, . -,
taswus saw Ove- Csvs -y Charge.
•_- - • • used the imperifll cnort
rt*-DC r:a--e<! a: r.'n disTjona; *-y nrr:^- 1 -"-
Pracß haaa ■-■ ' bai EOeM --i.« had
-wx), r « -T-- c -*h*> automobile. He m
<w»^ V" rr i -,.^>'': r ir. n: ! - * -.r schfy;
«■-#-» ••- -e.ehrated IAri'.ZXMZI bree '
hitpe- •> — T--.-e of P7»r:««h and A*-'. v -
Mood. perform*', the da^tiest -' c
ttr*. d£--.-—r • r qnajArQe and * I
cuuutigg da r-arfT-Tr. »1-»r»» 1 -»r» Kr P^>one
»^ tt: a---: eb)c ~.e bhi DhaSr ■
•-'- oof'- aJnr-et touched bH feet. | I
tf Bt R« "*" '' ' t-cna'kcij afterward.
•-v r «. . -. , - <••- s»»s "
a - «•• -rr.* -.re of ri-e Maor» - a"
,;., „-- c- -■ . • BnpaTßf^ -w*v
ra*^ acrow the parxde ernun^ rt the
yamrkr - * » eaßSrarr. a —IMm tn
rmi aetfcaflagT.. and art«— • re-r c-- -j-iorj
t» Ssd> a detaJle.-. -w~,r~- n of the stable*
• ■ •*• hcfpita:* ■ c '".«• (juestlcrts s^
feCmsw lracw!»>dre of th* cavalT a
rwrtrn-* • C!*play that t w e e
•--T.v ofiOBM --eas^i to rr*rard htn ai
«- •» •"■"■ ' i cnior;. ' — S"
■H 190 k — r-rvorr-at-arms ar.d they
— - "•» - nspec^ior b> escort
-"■- ■ . - ... I ban hi*
bb9b«bj - bm ebaarß tbr fedß
""• • • ••■ • ' •' SJ -»
da*Jsv»' :noic:ty aro :-:tereirt
' - • ' .*•-»-• rnllertjrsir 'r«
• -• and often
•rkr»'T» . -,- „._-._....
■•»-. - . - „ v . .
" • : . .■ ■• tB
f awjrome f> Mr H.OOlO
•. Hf . ■ . for
~ ' «■- m mm • c
itaaaa avjra as-
Ceuf>« . e «- **"-f"-i « 0 ""er.
. ght ess,
• • s, for
" • • nr\r*
*"«ert» ■ ■ n m
1. at Vn
e - b Henjrer
- ta the
. ■ •• r.'-OW B>
B I "■'- r
' ■ '
I^PPoms you read thr Real
. ft ** * edvertiaernent, to
*«»• You wil probably
**« what yew want- Ad
r^ I**1 ** for it if you don't.
tt «ye a o f worry.
*"* A "~~ !36« Broadway
and a recept on "'i^ar miony at
t-e err ha ' ■
A Political Report Denied.
Mr Roosevr • «v extremely indlgnanr
-da when he 'ie«T-"ed thai « report had
t-e*>n printed in Paris and sent to America
to the rfT^j :nm\ one or the results of the
recent conference with (ford Ptnchnt was
an agreement or, the part of the former
President to the use of his name as a ■-an
didate for the Pre*;ideMc\
Mr. RfK.neveH ajra:n reiterated that he had
nor made and wouni not make "«nv declara
tion in regard to Air, ; -an prv'iti.-s whi'e
in Europe. ' He had lajearvs Mr Pinchot
and talked with htm. he said, a* he mould
receive *nd talk with any other political
f-iend M' Roosevelt said he would here
after decline to rey-eix-e the newartarw- cor
respondent whe h*d gi^'eri .-urrrncy to this
The etory to BTI tCfe .M* '".oowvelt -.
ferret appeared ort«rtr,all\ In the "p^'oln
US of Genoa, and mas repeated la spe
cial dispatcher to Paris and •• the T'nited
States Tt said ;n ef>c. that Mr Roow
velt had patched an asrr«-ment nil Mr
Pinchot -ha* if It became opponuno he
mould • ■ .-me a i res-.dcn'.ia' -andidate
The Itasß bearlnjt Mr Ritrttv«-e!t d^orx
trto the |Btfiaß at fi ■ | clock this rnorn
ir.« i jo «as me- tq --• \ O - M. :»-r.
Stindpa! ee<-retar> of the Foreign Office,
who was there as ;he representative of
the Aurtrian gnvi-rnment . Amnasisador
Kerer.F and memh^rr of tha *tafr s o * Tn^
AmerV-an Km:.as«.\ anrj QBBjßßtataj and
Ba.rrm Herjre.in-.:i*r yon Hengervar. Auf«
tro-Hunirarlan Ambassador a* Washington.
After _• BBCSJBa«* Bf sre«>tln<tii Air.
Rno^velt and Mr Ko-o-c entered a court
<-«rriaire and drove <11rer-t t" the Ho:el
Kranz <H»ir.g to •-. aartf hoi:', the
street* were almost deserted a- although
the driver and footma^ more the imr>erla;
livery the party attracted r .n atr.-ntion.
A cj-o^d of ee\-eraJ huniired person- re
rnalned j- front of ... Kran2
throuch^ut the day and sr.owed keen in
threat In Mr Tlooneveit'- • orr.lng« and
r;ilr.irs. When he appeared • -,es*> persons
raised their hats. b*;t made nn other dem
HUNGARY'S CORDIAL GREETING.
BadKpast. Art-!'. ".'. -The Rurceflßßßtßr Bf
Budajx-st. :r a:, invitation to the mur.;c;pa
eaanclllors to be present in a body a' tne
coming reception to roione! Ro<i(«eveit.
i>-«^ Tiunrar:ar. I* imbued t«:th ::r.r»-
Fer-.«»d eprecrr; *— • .. $:-..-• t-nn of ;he
T'nion. In homo- . him >ou are not or.lv
dotn* iMBMMa to an r X ■ -.... of the
mtg-hty Americar na:-on. but are show'nc
• ■-■:' r» pard for hin patterr of manly great
r.e«s and civil virtue Ml for one who has
*> - a flrra friend * the Hungarian na
UNABLE TO VISIT SAINT DIE.
Sa_r.t Dta, > '-H- •*■ \-' b Bayer Steih
ha? rer«-jved a letter (rWB Mr BaAßßVatt, tB
m"h!ch he eTpre«i»e)t r^tr--'. that lack of time
« r~e- . nt .-. ~. from vl*:ting the tomn Bl
which thai name America was first sug-
Itcrted M the N>m- V>
LONGER STAY AT THE HAGUE.
—-„ i ; ac ' April .' Mr : . ■ -ovo]- s
cray J- • • ■■ :*: of HoV.and will be longer
than mas orlgina r'-inred. The latest ar-
BasMJBBMBJBI prov de f - arrival r— « -
2? ard bfa flapßftßsa aa Hay - Q .eon vc\
a. has cxprest«ed ar. urgent wj^h to
r"*ivi> the former Pr^-s-.d^n* uprni the last
day of bfla *■ ?;* here. Trie goiernment au
thorltjoh. «n co-crx-rk*: 1 -- with tba Arr.eri.-a"
Minister. Mr Bea.irr'-. are arrang:ng a
round o* fe^'ivitles :r his honor
REPEAT ROOSEVELT INVITATION.
I—«I — « — .»:-; H— AX a —'•**:r.g of the
exe^uti I^* committee of tl-"t 1 -" -■Me League
at bsvbMsobb QBha tt wa.« decided to re
r>eat by cabi» to ex -Pregld cr.» BoOBBWBtt an
t-v'taTion •• >>c the c-par.;zation | griert
*• a ban<TO*t noon after v :s re*-:rr: to this
EVEEY ONE FOR ROOSEVELT
Italian Cluldren :n East RiTer School
Honored by the Colonel.
- - ■ — *. a- '-
I^kT Bill iff" the netni. 1 if tha class
Individual letters to - olorel Room
■< .■ -.>r.gTatula,t:r.g him or, the occasion
of "■.;!« f.rtr.-first -.." :a t c Boaaavatta
have be<T. interested m the acti\ities of tr.e
pen's Aid fl WBa g»n»rt
.r.« "He postcards mill tie framed and
■ • ■ . ■ - BShaal h gallery
WAP. SPIRIT IN ECUADOR
Ann? Sent to Frontier— Reassuring
Advices at Washington
<"V;«y;nv:-.' Beoador \r-'' " T"ba (m
-ending arm- »nd ar. . I
Machala. :n the southwestern pro- -nee art-
I tlw Perutlai rmrtier Then
a* derna.nd that Ecuador h* r"
for m-n- - • : kbbM UCaro has
"':ed a decree ir - . ■ -
1 a prison- m
Ttaa P.rax'.liar. Bllntstei ■ . I rjr the
. - meri ocate* that
B , # , > .< ; . . • . •i . f■- Brazil «nd
v -*.porte,i that
. sr • • .. • • 'iw P«r-.
• ■ * . • a a Btora r»eacefui
„. .r-. ■ ~* • c ;.^msh and A-?i r.^ :•:«• min
iMfn. iiad " lon* renoe to-<i.«-.
c^rnln* the situation artth BUktm F'orra.-., the
I -« m ir»r.lf=tei
- . ■
as-i^rtor. April 1& -The wax spirit be
•me«n Per" aid Kcuarior >ee>-ns to «■
aidinc A dtapa' received at the State
1 ..-partment from tre t;nit«rd States ■ I .
!«♦•« at !.!ir.i says that an amicaUe settie-
Baaßi Ecuador DBT .... p^or.-.r.g
. . , n - recer.' riotous demonstration
BCB -«t 'rje PMWIBB • <t:«ulate and Peru
vian ct\>ll^a« at <r :a>aq ;:l i^ Btght]
► '#. Qis ais« *n\?. thß4 - .« >: •
a baa been »v'"-:
BUCKLEY MAY BE IN BOSTON
i Father-in Law Denies Amval m Mon
treaJ — Silence in Albany
BaatMßt Apr-i :. WWtam H iv.kiev,
allllßl in 'he N>w York legiflstU-e to
who Is Raid tn have lafl New York
■avttami >s no* m thai •••■ mutfliil
' th« atatemetji of raptaln James M'-
Shane Baefcteyi HHw f *■■ •»• »*"
Fhan* U '•■'
a*- Apr.: '.-• H M -
Lib AM and oo : nformat,on w.s
luibimwinii - '< M< !yy <tt rj
! nl , offl ce o. .1 - maawnparj »r-
Du-ar, mouln make - -a '- - ' v " nrtf
of M' R'jrkl~' »•- '"•■' h * rr^bat'
: CtoBBtBB ■« mi ''■ ' ' " T " " r
I merly wa« in Mor.trea 1
..... ■ ' •
a ß] . .<■ .-• t«"ta
YEW-YORK nviLy TRTBTXE. SATTRDAY, APRIL 1«. 1010.
THREE MISSIONS Wm
British Gunboats On the Way to
TWO AMERICANS IN CITY
English Consulate Abandoned —
Governor's Yamen Destroyed
— Cause of the Outbreak.
Washington. April ■ — The rice riot* jit
•"hanc-Fha. capital of the Flu- Nan province ;
of China, continued through Wodßjaßßsy
ar,d Truirsdav of rhi!« week and probably j
a-" still unchecked So far two English I
ard ore Norwegian missions have been
burn* 1 *!.
(hi American m slater at Peking, in a
dispatch to -if- State Pepartment giving
this information. -a* that three British
boats ii* on the way to <*hang-Sha to
r-r.T..^T British interests It is reported
that the CUnW Governors residence at
' "hang-Sha a -r. mas mimed.
The American Minister Is informed kj the
• 'r-i'-.ejte Foreign offlof that there neei he
no anxiety •VSMsdnsj the sa'ety of Mien
Peking. April ih -The riots started by the
rt.itlvf* at 'hanir <-ont!nue. The pro
vincial governor is reported to have been
klUed T»ie ritv i> (ttlll in the hands af the
The property of 1:1 foreigners at >'hartc-
Sl-.-!S 1 -.-! has Ma destroyed. r,-.;i aj] the foreign
ren.der.ts escaped, except two Ametii-ans.
art i-<> namPF ar* unkriown. mho are report
ad BUD Bl i>*- :n^ide the city. Chinese troops
ha- o r»een so-- to HMSffj !
~r..inghai. Apr*. 1 . 15 .— The rioting of natives
at UM>blm BBBttaOßl. Already three.
missions a. i -lated on the mam street.
Boajr • .-...• i a\ ■•» reer destroyed.
and fears for the safet\ of the other mis
sion* were entertained to-day
It .«. reported that the Governor was In
jured durinjr the attack upon tha vainer.
bur a." far as known '""•• has r*-«»n no
lags of Bte The p-nvinoial MMM has
asked ih» er^men* to supply rice to
the BafrVßß, In the hop* of dieting them.
The Hinß| af ita* •»• to a corner in
t>-o «ta: was the chief cans* of the out
break which had IflBS been brem-ing. Re
cently the ill feet-ng had been increased ay
an »rt:v# ant-, -foreign propaganda, in which
♦ v,,. :; Ye«V e« r.f foreigner > °? r threatened
Anoth*-- grievance «an that the Fntis:-.
OOOMdMi -.■••=• was UHUBUIM-Md by Im
Hankow. Ar.ri! 15.- The situation at
CbaflaHßal ... mom grave The riottmr
continues The governor s yamen, in which
• :•• -:issior.artej« had sought refujce. was
Ml or f-.re by dW rioters ar.d destroyed
The missionaries and other foreigners fled
■ad were ker. aboard a merchant steamer
ir, the harbor.
The British consulate and custom eflcaa
h»v» b**«n abandoned Two more British
p~:r.r>oats arc hurrying to UM scene.
No fatalities are reported. The buildings
of the Waatojran China Inland Mission, of
•-» Methodist Una Trland Mission and of
The Norwegian Mission have neen de
London April '. j.— Official advices racolTod
by t*;e Foreign (MBM describe the rioting
at r*har.g-Sha as an anti-foreign o-r break,
but add nothing further t« the earlier aran
reports. No direct rr.essa^»» ha* b*-*>n re
ceived at th»» headq'jarteri! of the Wesleyan
Missionarj- Porlofy h»r*.
MESSAGE SENT TO YALE
Anxiety Regarding Buildings —
No Reports Here.
New Haven. April IS.— A .able dispatch
was received thai n'v^n by the ntatanary
soclexy's r^rnrr.ine^ at Tale. h.s foliows
"Rice riots destror yam^n and missions.
Fnr*'lcn«'T-s safe '"
The orin.on ts held h*r* ti;a; tnc Falf
— -- - property m Cbaav-Bba r».« b^rn d^
yrr^vfd T:-.e property !nclud»*<l a OODastaM
ar ■: ;i .j.sr>en.«arv The Yale mlssi.n.
«':•« ar»- Pr Brown^ll Gair«\ :»-an of th€
Mrsj"!'- 1 !-. " -X" Dr. .• /liar '. H. Flume and
1 1' !•':. ChOB Yon, both physicians; the
liev Wl'.iUm J Hall. r»ick»on H. L— Will
an<? Miss M. D <; aK »
The N<^v V^rV directors of the tontga
r.iiFSlor.* did not receive any reports yster
• i^-- fmm «'hina. Th» R«*\ Husti I-. Dull*
son. of tne Domestic and Forei^r M;sslon-
BoeMt3 txpe«-T.« a dispatch from the
P.«- klttmr A. G-.lman. who i» lr. if of
the mission in <han»-Hha. m here Mr. Gil
rj.- nnd hi* wtfp Tvoprri'-d the chapel an>i
■ X isriiool thr»-e »«»«>ks alfo The.
rented the property from Chine** (MtaMi
• ' ' I. Mr
EIGHT DEAD. SEVEN MISSING
Landslide. Started by Blast. Buries
Railway Camp in Canada.
Bj atfKw P g. Aprl' U— An im
r-e-«e landslide, started by a blast of dv
nan.it" ear.- to-<ia;.- ca-rled ■ K.- (l re of men
: , »• • . side of a steep hill and hurled
the construction camp of the Haha Bay
BaHway under tons of earth and rock
T'p to a late hour tins afternoon n res
... Ati had taken out eight dead, includ
ing I^adlßlas <iagne. of st .I<jfeph. chief
enifineer In .harpe of the work, till as
sistants William O'Brien and Joseph Jen
lungs, of Toronto, and five laborers. Seven
are mifurg The men killed were asieep in
•he camp at the f.,ot of the nil! when the
Ulatt was sent off
A SETBACK FOR LARGE HATS
London Manager Upheld in Ejecting
Woman from Theatre
London, ■-' B, Has*? CwrtM ni-nn»u
a Row Street magtatrate. decided to-riay
:hat the rr.ana«;emant of a theatre, has the
riifht to eject women r.atrons who refuse
to r+m»v* their "CBftaiMal headt^ar '
The action had been instituted by Mrs
Blnn<-h«- ntrdley. an authoress. » h.»
. i-,ar»:ed frank <"urzoi. manager of th*
Prince of Wales'* Theatre, with a techni
ca! a*«ault It t^eems that Mrs Eardlev
attended ■ matinee performance at the
the«rr» wearing; an enormous iat A man
•^h<. *ai baMßi bar Insisted on the removal
i.f whai bl «t<!e.i the ridiculous ♦hin* "
worn by Mrs. Kardle> MS* wac irritate^
!h- m»in p nianu»-r and refu«*.fj la lake
off her htv Mr • urxon induced Mrs Kard
tzn to the corridor to 'I ISC lis« the
>i-ieFJ>or. and » hen she remained firm in
her refusal B> OBBBBij with the practice
• f «be tnentro he awaM not permit her to
return ta her .-eat In • • -!i(fßtrur the rase
the magiMr-ite «a(d tna' Mr I urxon had
BCtßtf *<Imir»M-. BBd la 'he. interest of
PLEA FOR A MAINE COMMISSION.
tf April II "i:i »'■'- —t— aia that
I ih. \l.«in« ;>e r.i^ed an examin-it-on of
h ••■ natfi ■ ■ "
... . -.■.•', «nd I'; en. h *mg\
io me ea«M uf the «»i.
ihip a de«iru' tun.
TO SHOW UP DEMOCRATS
Probe of Road Contracts and
Campaign Gifts Planned.
POOR WORK ON HIGHWAYS?
Conners Charge of Tammany
Shakedown of Candidates
To Be Investigated.
i p.. T'>«r«ph to Th" Trihun*
Albany. Ap^il IS.— Two pOHIbMI ■"•*•■ of
activity on th" part of the lasWatlva com
intttee which is to investigate Jopislativ*
corrupt!™ and the general business of the
*tat» dfpartm«»nt>« were advanced la-day by
a man who may b*» one of the BMaibm of
the commfttpo Th»«» were th^ l«»ttinK <>f
contract." for Mate roads and Urn r-opslhil
ity of enforced contributions to fmpatga
fund.« by candidates for office
Both rhese matters, if tnk««n up hy the
committee an- likely to hrinp DwiHHiail
into the llmel'KhT whose hn^ht jrlare re
cently has h«»pii turned full on R'-uubil.-anf,
bf th in and out of office. > *om;>lalnts about
th»- ■ King "f contract? \vhi!*> FVadartSfc
Pk^n" wns State Knsuiper )iav*> been nnrj.
It hits i,e«»n common co«<iii' that many < x
paaalva state rfad^ bar* hr»n built of In
ferior material and ha» worn out in a f»-w
month?. vrher«» th^y should have iasted
years WbOM fault this was never hafl
been determined authorlt: •• DPT hay»
uifb rumor« that eOOtfaetOn who n<Tf
■ nrht noliti<-:«l'' E"t fat Job* to the ex
clusion of others be«»n run '•> -art!'. ['res
ent Information la that th) :''Ei>Utiv<> »
mitte»- is like!> tfl undertake an ' in\ '•.«ug.i-
hop of this matter.
Already there is » resolution bafbra the
Assembly calling for official in- estigation
sf Chairman <*onners's rtwffT la Charlai
V MurpfcJ. Of Tammany, that candidate
for the Supreme Court were < iaken liown 1 '
by Tunmanv before they got their nomi
nation* This also is scheduled f'<r investi
gation by the special committee, «nd thar
b«>d> may not rest with th- candidates '.»:
judicial office, but put legislators an.; Othata
.•r. the stasjd. to tell if they had to contrib
ute to the Tammany war chest. The m-re
probaaOtty af such an inquiry has excited
'■»^:,<iermoni «n.i no little ar.ger on the
part of some persons here
The plain fact ia that the legislative Mad
ers who are pressing trie general investiga
tion resolution have determined to go to
the bottom of every matter tl propriety
af which has been questioned in any degree
of seriousness or good faith.
"The people suspect •■-•.. < *.. ■
everybody, and its a case of prov: | our
selves innocent. ' said one influential Sen
ator. "Wall, we'll undertake thai J°h. and
well go to the bottom of everything ques
tioned or .jtiestionar We'll gl-.e the state
the - a last, deepest kind <>; an investiga
tion, until there is not one thing left. We'll
take up every phase of political activity,
and we'll keep at it until the state cries
TO PROTECT YOUNG GIRLS
Measure Based on Wheeler Murder In
troduced at Albany.
; By Tttasraaa M T*« Trlbaßa. ;
Alban>. April IT> -Because of the Ruth
W heeler murder AsFemblyman Boylan. of
New York. Introduced a bin deafened to
mpoi employment agencies t<> take steps
• -•.--•. of girls itidvr eighteen
years ■whom they send in search of employ
ment Th» bill includ--; business • olleges
within its s> <>| ■*. If provides thai DUMM
sending out rotmg git 10 seek employ
ment m .st make some invepttgation of the
prospective emplor«ri before sendin™ the
Records of the places to wh-ch the girls
are sent must be kept. w:th the names of
the girls, and daily reports made to Police
Headquarter* v ' : '">' ' of the proposed
law would be i misdemeanor, punishable
by a fine of *l.'«v\ a year s imprisonment
and forfeiture of th" license of the agency.
FOR TICKET SPECULATORS
Hoey Measure Intended to Abolish
By Twtapapfe "• Tb« Tn
Aihany. April tt.— Alßl mblyman Ho»y, of
New York, to-day UHmdueed .i bill IS
to do aw.r artth the theatre U.-ket speculat
or nuisance there It provides for the li> ens
ir.C atid strict regulation Of the spe. ulators
Tli"v are t>> obtain their liconsep from the
Mayor. pa>ing Xw 1 " fee for the first >e H r
and $Ts<* <>r ea-! raai tlier^after No
Deanaa may be issued to a man not .* :t'
zen of the fntted states nr one who has
not lived five years in this ;
tliev are of good moral character While
(M-lling tickeis the speculator must not
stand direct];. In front of the pla
amusemerrt and must wear conaplcvoaal]
a budge net less than tw«, in.-h> -s n .liame
trr bearing the numier "f tba license.
■ •.on of the projx.;-ed ]MM is rf nil.H
d.nieanor. for which the HcCOfW tna\ l>e
rwokad. Th<- ■pacalator nraal =•■ ■ ■ i>ond
of can uhi'-i-, ataa la forfeited In ■.<-* of
violation Of the law.
DATES FOR FIELD SERVICE
First and Second Brigades to Go to
Pine Plains in August.
Albany Apr:: IS - Wttß tIM arT r '""i. o€
Coyernor Hughes. Adr.itant Gcneml Henry
to-day announced thai the dates for lield
mi^a of the National Guard organtaa*
tionp m the First *nd Second brtsades. tO
be held at Pine Plains, Jcfforaou County,
had been fixed for August 1 to 10 (or the
First Bnuade and Aunust 11 to ■ f or the.
Baeood Brigade Th« 7th Inianfv will not
lane pan m thai neid wun •
The First Hrißade orjranizations will in
etada the 12th. »3th and 71st regiment?.
New York, and the Second Bricade the
Hth -*^i 1 and 47th resrimcnt.s of Brooklyn.
I'nder the orders for thai field • -VI -c mem
bers of the organizations may take part
!-.o have hail at lea- three months" prior
service in the *uard. tnataad of six months,
the former limitation.
GERMAN CONSERVATIVE DEFEAT.
Berlin April 15— The National-!. ■
won m notable victory In tha election of a
Buccensor to the late Count Ddo yon Stol
herK-Werr.SKcrorie, who was president of
tie RtM.-hFtaK at the time of his death. <>n
Kebruar> IS laM This country district of
East Prussia has been carried by the Con
servatives pcßCtteall] aithooi oopostttoa
in every election for forty years. In the
rapani election Herr Kochan, th« CBlwlWlat*
of the National -l-inerais w^s chosen b\ a
niajoritv of nearly thraa thousand
The overturn i.' attributed to popular di.-
«a!i.-*facitoi! with the jrov^rnrpenf* meas
ures for finance refoi m and the PrlUßlaa
staetloa reform iegi.«ißti"n Th>> Paaaanta'
I#'»g'ie w inch «;i- -rp.ini7.e.i last summer
m opposition to the Agrarian !.«airue and
the grei.t lan<i owners, also played a prom
tnent MUi la the .-amp' the
COMPANY WINS DEER CASE.
The Appellate Pivl>lon reversed yesterday
■a judgment for $1.«7A against Jamea C
Fargo a* president of the American V.\ -
pfSSS • omp«n\ obtained hv v the Forest.
Ptaa and QaaM Caaßaßaaaßaar; who sue.t
on the ground that the company had .li-er
pon*eu!an In the cloaad 5..a.-» > n. The
defence wan that the de»-r were killed oiit
-tde of Ne* York flt«te and ware" in tranrit
to ,Ne» Jerse>
NEW DEBT LIMIT BILL
Shortt Measure Has Approval ot
the City Authorities.
| fiv THppiph to 1h» TTBJ MM '
Albany. April 13 -A perfected version of
'he ttmw fort «ity debt limit bill was in
trofltiied to-dm by Assemblyman r-rtt on
behalf of the city authorities. It differs
from a similar bill introduced by him
! earlier In the session in provtdtng for ex- ;
! elusion «>f debts for rapid transit or dock
purposes UtUWad prior to January 1. 0M
Th" measure contemplates a determin.it ion
b] the Board of F.sf.mate of the amount of (
debts - be excluded following a duly ad
vertised public hearing Then the hoard Is
to make application to the Appellate Pi- •
, vision for 'an official order for the deter- 1
mlnation of the amount to be excluded,
taking Into consideration figures hy the
OantraQcraad th. Baavd of Kstimat" Tins
| scheme differs from one proposed by the
1 Citizens I'nion air; the Public 111 «k« Cam-
Bnaaaaß Bw 'he ist EMatrtet, embodieri la ■
hill hv A'«omblvm»n L^e. which provides
j for the official determination «f the amount
; of ,!. MB to -> excluded *■ i m Appellate
D • oa without ny previous fig .ring by
1 the Board of F>timjite
Heports that "hero is an attempt being
made hv a traction lobbyist to Juggle thes*
Mi hills and kill them »•»• scouted here
to-<]a\ There i.« n<> disposition on the part
t the Assembly not to pass a debt !iml f
measure, so that the recent constitut lortal
am»*tidmert may be availed of What form
the bill takes Will depend largely nn the ac- ,
' tion of the rttjr authorities, and when 'he ;
;i.:mfni-tration has The thing in good shape
I the legislation will follow o/ilckly. No
1. bhyist will have any chance of stopping it.
! if Influential AaasaMtyßMa are to be be
SUES BINGHAMFOR SLANDER
Police Captain Enright Wants '
$50,000. and Tells Why.
i i ;pr,.<r a l Theodore A Rirgham. who has
a suit pendinc bbJhsi Mayor fr-ivnor for
Jjno.niv. f ( ,r allegpl libel. Is now the defend- :
i ant in a <!mik].-- suit nroujrht b" Acting
• aptain Richard K. Knright. who demands
''aptam Knrignt. arba hi pfvaMeßl af the
I/i.^'i'pnart.":' Benevolent Ass-'ciat ion. al- .
; legp-- -hat <;ctien»l RniKham made sftaJii :
statements while Police i 'ommissioner and
suhsofjnentlv that h;<ve prejudiced the
plaintiff's R'»od name, and in declaring him
: unfit to hold office ha>- injured his repu-
! One of the statements that • aptain En
rißhf attrihTjtep t.i h's •■--..- superior in:
"He controls the lieutenants' Benevolent
Association and its n«->ard of director*, and
h» and the-- should be abolisher) and wiped
■ out "
H«*r» I* anot!i«>r U »*<-•' statement h\ the
former Poll« • > "ommissioner. made at the
■Manhattan < 'ongr»>gatlonal OKVCfe:
"The man in charge of the Ijeijreri
i ants' Benevolent Association is a cfetvaf
i schemer. Ix>ok what he is d^.ing '•• He
1 has rot the Boa of ' rna'e to increase
I the lieutenants' pay from t2.<**> to $2,230
■ That man ought to be watebad. He will
' soon nearly own the ftoßet I>epartment if
! he does not die. "
HEAR PEDLERS PAY GRAFT
But Man Who Voices Rumors
Can Give No Proof.
Henry W. Holburn. of No SM Kighth
avois:)o. speaking ve«tppla\ before the
I Committee on Laws and Legislation of ttaa
, Board of Alilermen at a iieartns on tne
regi;;atton of pushcart pcdlen*. >.aye vn|rc
! to a report that some one in the 01 ■•••
: Cleaning t'epartmen* was getting money
j for allowing pcdlers tn maintain places M
, Park avcn-ie. hct»pon 111 th and 116 th
' street?- h«' .-aid hr had heard tiiat M>mp
| on*- was genius $Kt.or»> a year from this
■ sourer hut added that he had no -..ot of
Tbc Btivd < ■■•-:: Department, or cer
tain men In it. Mr. Holburn said he had
heard, marked off -n :*••*- "n the pave
ment limth. on which pushcart men hoid
ing <ards stamped with a r ';r>her stamp as
coming from the eVpavtmaßi wer>- allowed
;to d- 1 business It was common report, the
speaker >a;d. that tbcaa • ard.-> at permits
, w< . re « o i<i i,v |>ersons. VtM said they repre
>fntr-<i a poahcati men's association, for
fron : . aacfa
Mr I'fn'ihurn also sani he had beard that
a < oOcetor travelled up and dowii Third
avenue and collected 10 cent' from each
pedler three times a day Such paalan »3
■ . ; • ijp" were driven away
HYDE KNOWS HIS JURY
Calls Every Man by Name at
Kanaaa Cttjr, April 15.— A Jury wa.« cae>
■ ■ : to niglit to tr> Dr. B. < ". Hyde, on a
i iiaruf <>f iwildfellim ' ''lonel Thomas Swope
Ie all»'ge<ll> ailimnist'-rinK poison in a cap-
as medlctl •
VVI-ei; the mrv !iied int" M* pl.o c Dr
Hyde aratcbcil the men cantaßj. Up knew
; ••\.-r\ - a'-e and Called the men by name in
' siie^kiTii; to than The Jnron are mostiv
X'.fU ISM .tnd clerks.
■Thi.~ BTJ lookl all '•l^li; to nir.' he said
"1 kti"v\ I -hall obtain a fair trial. '
Fm E E. Stinth. a \cw Tort to\ir. | -•
nii ■lir»»<t f or the defence the flsnt on the
. ' • • -mst- who are to tes
tify for the atat< Dl Smith ha? been here
for • rat weeks
WHISKEY PRICE WAR ON
Independent Distillers and So-
Called Trust Lock Horns.
Ctnctonati, AprU IS Mhaa 'eductions in
: the prices of arhjaka] took effect t<>-day ■
bitter price war was >leciared. Yesterday's
1 prtce for ntilsh»-d go..,is was $1 B » gallon.
, To-«la>' tile "independent " distillers quoted
I $1 3." as the price, and the local representa
of the so-called VVhiskev Trust
[offered their goixls on ■ basis of V. If a
The CBIdK of the price '"'it bl said to be
j overpr"duction. despite the fa I that It is
i also claimed that none of the distilleries
! ;« operating at more than «ift per cent ,if
The .ilstlllers had been at peace for five
\earv. :>ut ■outsiders" pre ( iict that the new
strugg'e tor UUOtfOl of the trade will b«
more bitter than the one which ended in
i:<os. with both sides practically at the end
of their resources.
SMITH HORSES CHLOROFORMED
Widow of "Silent" Smith Guarded
< hicago. April i.' -Two handsome black I
hor?e>. th." property of the late Mrs Be
.itricr Smith, of < 'hl< % a«o. mother of the
late Jam?? M i SiU-nf" Smith, were chl'>
roformed here to-day in accordance with
the dvIRK wish of their owner, who pre
ferred 'hat they b#» killed rather than fall
into the hands of some one »hn muhi
The tior-e« ha>l beer, o» ne.l and used !■>■
Mrs 3mith foi fifteen '»rs, the age of
one being twenty-five and of the other
twenty-one rears Mrs Smith's affection
for her horses is shown in her refusal to
purchase an automobile
DINNER FOR L C GRISCOM.
The honnr of giving the first dinner for
I,l. >\i) '' 'lr >. urn a> the new president of
the Republican I'ountv < mmittee will go
to the 3th Aasemhlv District. In which Mr
Ortaram llvaa The Republican organize
11..n1 1.. n there. ..i » huh William <"hil\ers Is
I■ •• '.|. Nt, - '.i gi\»- d dollar dinner' in
lirmor of Mr • Jrisconi in T«rrao«* •tardr'ii
■ ■Mi' ! [nvitattona have been <*nt in
the iTeslden'. mi>nn*r- of his I'ablnet, th«
nor and other -.late orncuin and to
laadlng Rerubltcans throughout tb« iUt(
FOSS HITS INSURGENTS
Urges Them to Join Ranks of the
SPEAKS FOR J. S. HAVENS
Congressman Says He Is Enjoy
ing- in His Business Too
Rochester. April 55. -The --amr - in tne
■jd Oaasraai i>tMtrw •■•-■■_ re^'ii'-i M
stage of KT-eafe*7 interrsf and aT ' '"■ '■-
far. arbca dM ava)m mwrins ••: tii»- >iii
teitt, in behalf of the I>emo«raf if candidate.
.lamf" ? Flavens wax held in • "onvennon
Malt. The n.ain artractioi, was •'orar'-ss
n\An EBaXne N. Foss the DaaßHi re
• .-ntly elerte.l !n the 14th District of Map— j
eJMMtts, and tne hall was flilod
•l'r^inji his Tn^urirent Rcp.ihM-an
friends to join the rial mt DMM II
Mr. Faai assailed injuincenri ,ird UM
pr»>terri\e tariff policy of ti,e ruling p<*rv
Me de.-larfd 'hat :e n.,w ■ .■nw-*! in hi
various business enterprises from W> to l'>>
per ren: protertion. Tt is ton mu< h
added. "1 don t need that protet-tton. and f
oujrhf not to have it All that I have gj .>• c
a certain point represents tariff »ri"
am willing that the p-otecHor. abo . he
cut njrht in haff. and 'hen ( would have ail
I am entitled to or need.
In regard to insurgency h« said.
M; insurer-.! Repunucan friends, i* you
■wan' to accomplish the results pan de
sire. • . « ■•: have got to step aside and ">in
the opposition paxtv and force l<-srts..i- <••
along line* that will bring relief You have
been 'insurgents" long enough, and what
practical results have you secured"
Se.nafor ..dj;" r«>ad me nil "f ti - e Rt ■ .^
lican parr- six >ear« ago. bur I to
it. for I '"V<"l | inrt! mv self-respe' t and
my Judgment forced me into rh»> part-
of th- oppoaltiott. t n-ent out of ttM party
last fall, and in a thlrtv 'lays' c»mp«Un
on these same Issues i v* down a majorny
of nlnet^-six thousand to one of less than I
eight thousand. Senator i>..lge sa:d * Bl
I couldn t make the tariff an issue la- fal!
Hi;? :.»-t I'-e t.hf campaign ended he wa.* de
fending and praising the Aldr>-h ac- when
ever and wherever he spokf It "a." the
dominant issue It was along the a*me
':rif!« m "• the upportunltv came this spring
thar I fought the <-.4mpalgn in the 14th
I>istrt<-t. and the di.«rri<~r «;-•., h dafaataH
me last fall fM Lieutenant >^v»rnor b
%jsgs votes has Just sent me ro < nngr"« r>
a maj..rir- of a.«« votes
Tlie Insurgent Repuh!;cans ho^e. as I
hoped for cig 1 -: long v>ar*. To b"!ng 'eform
within their own part- Ir - «< a mistake 11
can't be finne To mv insurgent Repu'nlican
friend* i say. "Don't he a n«-«r-D»mn,Tar.
be a rtm M ' 'ome over wtth me. »h"«
'ou belong and where vo': ■ar '!•> raal
Part, names meant little to-day, Ml
| Fos.s declared, to the average man •»
think!« tirtiimtj He .-ontinued
[f >a.< not a party victory in th» \%ih Dis
tr:cr It araa •< pmt^t by men of a!'
shades of polif'a! belief against an *co
r.omii policy which ha> made and is still
making it more diftVu:? for the average
man to stretch Mi income tn meet h;s
aosoiTjtei-- ne.-f-usarv Itrtna espanaai
While Senators I»«lir' and Aldnch J
claimed tha* the Payne-Aidrii-n tanr wa
drawn in the inrere<«.<« of New England
and chuckled over the thought tha? the'
had given New England mor» -han it was
entitled to. the people of this most tjjlral
X. iv Kr.ffland district have rep-idiat^d ftatlv
the Aldnch ac and pronounce.! it ".nfatr.
unjust .tnd inequitable. The' realize -ha'
it would b«> diaaatrona to permit lr to r»
Mr. Foss declare^ 'ha- Mi election mean
' that the people were tired of the Al lnch
! bin. He went on to srr.
It is a demand of Massachusetts ar.d nf
a" N*»w Kngland for free raw uia&frtl
'axed food products and wider markets
It ts a demand that we rreat < 'anada de
cently, and that we t.ik» down our r.ir:~
wail against her
T areoM 2" «" far as to «*- 'hat we
should do tfcla wbatlMfl Canada lower-* hers
or not XV are th" sufTerers W( ne-d
!i»r umber, her coal Bad iron. h< r wheat
her woodpi Ip inrt her otner prndu^ts
The remedy lien in the hands of the peo
ple, and they »-« tromg to apr!v • rM
fall, else I trreaf!v misundersttand the =ir^'
| of the rimes and the remper of the Ameri
ca r. people-
Others who spoke at 'he nßMltßfl wre
1 i harles 3 FTamlin. of Boston. :^!»ta'-.'
.^p.-retary o- the Treasury in fieveland's
■ last administration . Martin H. ii:"n". for
mer' v pta'e CmUiaOar, and James I Ha
Mr. Flavens BM an anpeai 'or Uie sup
porl of the people He referred to tile
. answers made by < ".eorge W. AldrMge to
i questions aske.i baaaH as an baABBJB-i
I ment -»f th" Haven." position, because Mr.
Aldndge answered six of th#> se\en B)M»
t;nrw> in about the same way Mr. Havens
. bad aaaawrad Itaam B" r "• threw .i bana
' into the anti-AWrldge camp wnen h- d-
1 i-lared that the Republicans who were s;;>
pavtftaj bfcß ••BM have an op;orf:r.lty al
j suppo-ting another .-andidaie In November
"I have never been a andldaie before.
and nfver will be BSata." aald Mr Haver?
,To Ins •.•-,■ jqppaftW h- *a:.i t!:at
I !f he lost :h«-v would not want him tr> run
a«al!-.. "and if I am elected t have rlone
■ enough. "
While ila> had nor-, undantaad " ■***■
i extent by those T>emocratlc leaders who
r r»vH ad aa M" Pai—i la i apt I -
\ nomination. M r*A n°t "een r>-nera"v
I noised ai<oiit
It was potnt-ri SOI mmed'.atelv aflat I •
meet ir- hv 0M opposition that Ml stan.l
•on the mm «i of little importance ta
far as Mi inflt:ence in < agriM is
cerne«i if he does nor part 1 < run (Off tbt
office again in the Ml
!• h in the country districts a* Maurai
t!:at the battle is batßfl rr.ost Bfty waj-d
at this time At PaiUWWlfc h-a«lc 4 -iarters
MM "f the more optimisti.- Pr
dieted a Havens ma.jorit* of five thousan.!.
The Republicans say that \ dr-.'.ge w:U '
i earn- the district b\ an overn- helming m»
Four ward rall'.-s were held to-night by
the Ba|HiMw an r*»rt v - •• waJet o»Bfpi W
Aldndge i- the candidate.
In response to an tno.ulr^ If he f«\ "f"! a
. -eduction t the wool schedule of the ra-iff
I.ir-cs 5 Havens, who is the opponent al
<;-orsr» H brta«« in the •'. • m the
-.ingress District, has written to the
National Association of flothier* that he
favnrs a raBdJOSbBBBI of the t.inff schedule
or «.->i «o prevent the discriminaticr now
aCßtaal t!ie wools required feg dM
' niaiiiifailiiiiii af data tm p>T"iar prtead
clothing At No D Astor Place, the. of
nc^« of the association, M was said last
night trtnf no reply had V>een received M a
similar letter «ent la Mr Al'irnize
TWO DIE IN HAMBURG EXPLOSION.
Hamburg. April IS.-A h.'*v\ explosion
! the cause of which - ••" c!ea*. 0.-curreri
i iii-dav in one ,>f the buildings tn the bonded
marehoti.se district, where many .-a.""*."* of
I oil were stored The fire which followed
' damaged tnree warehouses Two laborers
April l*«h to 231h
The lead haberdashers will display the
Federal Bench Wprrant May Be
Issued In H:ffstot.
LEGAL CONTEST IN ALBANY
Contends That He Was in New
York at Time of Alleged
Ft- TMOBMBfI MkTav Wßl -•
Ftrtsburs *nr)i r." tf de- elop^t he-, --w
•i " * • ■.- '>-• exT^ui ir i"" aaaan »n
f-'rank N Hoffi'of. rr»s;f!--r' r,f »•.. •• -•-•*!
«*t»*i >qr i om.-an- inde- "''. rvv -,
the i ounciimxni'- rra'r ,i>es hTe a • n**\
siarned -■. ■ :..v»rnor lhi2<-« n* %'••» T«»rl«
the fe«!.r.«, •SttkOrMM n-.t- - *k» jfinn to
bri"s tta buck
The re;».*«ir for !(•»•-.• Arrtern* B'a<«
!»v> \jsjf r-> I n.re.! S»ra*es \ tri'"*- Jtfca)
H [..rdar: BBM ™»»k '•ame .i ; r to-« Jay.
« hen ■■ -H- laßrMd a* Ott **'*.*ra: R;:)!(J
i'c • .• ■ -•< ii ■>• Rm f*-de-»t gr-mti I'iry
bains tflra kaa*d •■•-« an Is :;«Tom^ry
when irs work i* flm«ih»«l if *j« •i' 1 ':<»il
,• -. ■ ,', b; .; id*- ■ V i>-r that
Jt was not d ■• ■•-■ .-• "id >f»e|f j^
'«.»,-<r» > '«v •.. ■-••• ,r: .» >»n «t;mmorie<l.
T - step wa.» 'j<»r it ■ «aid. a* tim
Federal dine '^ar a b*«ch warrant
■• *- • »i» iss:j»d Tor Hof*<*.->« hv 'h* *»d
eral court if 'he -. x -.'« - t* •»«• irtnu<
r.- QOVOfajOfl rl'ia*he«
The trial of M^x '', '*+'\» i-m;nfy d»
•■'!<■ 'ax oi>rror and (•^airman of the
Rer ;;hl .an 'V";iifv ■ »"-m!rte». was •»• H>
da'- for Monday, and e»-h day turf th»
we»k :ndi< ted <~ounc::m*r are listed for
Albany, April 15.— Frank 1 H"ff»rot %o
pearnd in person b»fnr» ■, ■ --or H'a|?W«
to-day to oppos* e*tradirion re pntsbur*.
If* was epre^ented by Adrian ■ Jollne.
John D Lindsay arid Adrian Ft. LArfctr:. all
or New York Pistr - *ttorn«y W. A.
RUkelev and Assistant District Attorney
•< ; Seymour, of tirwnuri: . • ,»ora* f>>r
d t Baftl*-. <>' New Tork. an.l Assistant
r^'sT'irr v •"•■ C A. P»rktns. of N«*
Tork. appeared In favor of the application.
'•our.sei for Mr ■ ffMac contended that
» %,. • < '...-• • '-- rr; '•:*''•". "~ -
asmuch as the suppoji**! crime, so far a.«
the defendant s concerned, "I>r'li" 1 > r 'li plac* In
the city of S»w York
•U'e will show. ■ «aid Mr Undsay. "that
Mr ,fT-«t'>r was in New Tot* ■*' MBI Mm**
and t tfttat f hts Til! -» admitted by tn*
nther s:rte ' Therefor* hold that he cannot
he lawfully surrendered to th» stato of
Pennnsylvar.ia The purpoee> of the P»r.n
sylvania authorities i» not to pot Mr. HofT
utot on trial. b;:r to ■:?» him for another
an.l dtfßNßi purpose."
Mr Seymour satd the defendant -«■«• not
m be extras-red for any other purpose fhan
vas -* rth in me papers Oovermr
I m Illlawimil to say ma' in de*llr.<
wfr; the r,u»»t;r>n he wo.;!d not question
ti-e i"-«nti<-.n of the authortr;ej« «• Penn
■j :-nn;a. Dur whether M- HofLitot *H a,
fujrlllve from laattaa.
a- the -u^jresTlon n* liov-rnor -••"
Mr Hoffstot was sworn He denied ha*ln«
been :r. Pennsylvania or. J-jn#» % ** and
■BM r:e w^j. it- New York on that day H«
admitted that h- had attended a meeting
of ■ c board of directors of The i>rman
Rational Bank, of Pitrsbur*. on May 3,
.- •.: anoT •—■ meeting on June 3.
Tlr»n followed a d:s< ussion between coun
<e. a.« to whether i:on»piravcy was * " con
tn.ulns rime • Mr Hoffstot s attorneys
BmmCBS rr ' "* ; :t waj * " !Ot> ' irlv mor * than nr.r
',"-. -r bumtlan'. while the stat° officials
hel.l .« '-onrrary view. *h»r it ia« lmpn»a»-
Ua io IX a avSnitc iate t^ivernor H;gh«s
gave cn;nsei on b»>th «id»"-« ;nt:l Monday
to stibm* -•.••- -•-. • •» point? of law raised.
WAITER WOOS WITH PISTOL
Held for Felonious Assault After
Long Street Chase.
Max BttaSßßtlh I a.-* been nur«ln«
■ a-» of unrequited affection ■<:.Tce wrtck
ers beKan M tear down Rector where h»
wan employed a waiter, reached a state
last nisthr wher* ue '-ou'.d stand it no
Longer, and rlr»d two bu.lets at Matilda
vr.iy witt- W.IOM Widowed mother IM>
b.mnled. a: BCI — *'. E^ghtn avenue. His
aim was poor, and t:'.e ?.rst baflal indicted
■>r. v a slight sea p wound, w title thm NrMi
missed the s:t\ altogether
■ehuma<-h<>r •-%•.•: out of tne apartme-r a*
swn as he had rired the shots, p-irsued by
h:s intended victim's brother. Fran'* In
the street a awwd of small boys took up
the chase to IZLaz street, where Schumacher
turned east and ran toward a)VJMdfi avenue.
The b ■ i ..• ■ up with him *: i wen* a».
l;:m DM a crowd of a:h.et«»s ar »prln» foot
ha:: traln:-c. 80l he shook them off uat'.l
hi mm -auKht by Philip v'o'nen. OS No. 35T
< 'anal street. < '..tien turned th« waiter o1o 1 •'
M Patrolmen Darin and McGee. erf th»
West U.")t .'. street station
At the -tat;"ii Schumacher was exainln-d
an! n .-n •>« ked up on a ..ar«- of felonious
■ affr Dr Touart. of Harlem Ho»
pttal. had reported that h# had att-nded
QM eir! aad had ••'* h »- at horn* b*ca«»»
[■•er wo-md wa.* not danxerons. As h« w»«
ied t>» a cci! t'ohen discoTer-d that
■ • - .-ha.se he had lost I watch '"•!> and
his pocket b«ok ■a said ha wrrald B<»»«r
chase a would-be murderer again.
NOVEL ANSWER TO DIVORCE SUIT.
■n KaOorlM ■■■ whewo husband.
v ir-. '> Flom. ■ neckwear manufa«?t
* sutnar her for a d!vorci». »«i&iTittt«»f
» novel answer to the wilt y»st-rt!ay be
fore j isfice Blanchard. Mr a, Horn admit
fd '. K .ar -• was addlct-d tf> titm ;a» «f
• •i';. ■>--... bu! Placed that her Boaaaßd Tta4
tauciit lie- to •is*' them
Not an n MUkTrust
Tht Original and Saauiaa
Tha Food-drink for Ail Afos.
At retfauraots. hoteis tad tountaiaa.
DeEbous, mvigcrar.r.ji and wMamiaf
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it.
A quick bach prepared m a ouatxte.
Take »o Mbttitate. Aik for HORLICK'S.
Others are imitation*.