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NEW-YORK, SATURDAY. APRIL 13, __.12.-FOURTEEN PAGES.
I?!? I. I' ?VI,' rrVT t.- < Hy of New York, Jei^-ay? t?J andHohoken,
I nil r. ONI. I !_.> I elsewhere two centi
Princess Cantacuzene, on Way
from Russia, Will Be Here in
Ten Days, Message Says.
BURIAL AT WEST POINT
Body Will Be Taken to Governor's
Island To-day?Cap.. Grant's
Statement and That
of Hotel Man.
?.enera; Frederick l>?-nt Grant, who
?led at midnight <>n Thursday in his
apartment in the Hotel Buckingham,
a ill be 1'tiried In the cemetery at West
point with the full military honors due,
him es ??ne <>f the highest runking offt
eri of the l"tiite?l States army.
His body will i>e moved to-day from
?h-- Hotel Bui-kinghani to the Chapel of
Cornelius th.- Centuri?n, on Governor's
Island, where it will remain for ten
da>s. The postponement of the funeral
was decided on chiefly to allow time for
lhe general's family to father In New
York His daughter. Princess Cantacu*
zene. ??f Russia, sent a ?able message
yesterday that she would leave Bt
Petersburg Immediately, end expected te.
reach New York inside of ten days
There will be absolutely no ceremony
at tending the removal oi" General
Grant's body from the hotel to
ernor'S Island to-day, ajid it was not
even announced what time the transfer
would be made, cm its arrival there,
however, the military authorities will
take charge of it, and from then on the
arrangements will include the pomp
with which the United States army sur?
rounds a dead general.
The bod) of General ?Jrant will practi?
cally lie In state in the post chapel.
though the officers who Scpoke of it
yesterday said the term "lying in state"
was not used in the military regulations.
The body will bo guarded by sentries
from the time it reaches Governor's
Island until it is burled at West Point.
>Detal1s of the funeral were not ar.
_d yesterday, and It was said t1 Bt
they would not be made public for se\
rrai daya it was understood, how?sver,
that they would include a cortege from
Governor's Island to New York, a dis?
tinguished escort through New York City
to whatever point may be selected from
Tv hi? h to begin the last journey of the
dead soldier to West Point, and B funeral
wi?h fu'i militan honore in the ceme?
tery St West Point
Whether the funeral party will go by
01 bosl from New York <'lty to
Wrst Point was one of the details not
? i yesterday, if the waterway is
? ?? ? ted 11 was suggested that the cor?
tege might einb.uk from a landing in
front of the tomb of General Grant, the
father of the ?lead soldier. Through the
secretary? H. W. Hayden, the Grant me
mortal committee, which bas charge of
the famous mausoleum on the, banks of
'he Hudson, announced yesterday in re?
sponse to Inquiries that (?rant's tomb
? _-r<"i ?>iily for the two bodies
which no? rest then those of the for?
mer President and his wife.
The cemetery st West point Is a na
for 'he use of any army
?effuer who Is a graduate of the national
academy an?l members of his family.
Statement for Captain Grant.
Ueutenanl Marlon w. Howse, who war?
aide-de-camp to General ??rant, made the
following statement yesterday afternoon
as coming from Csptain Ulysses B. ?irant,
5td. who f rttved at the i-?. ,t ?-1 early in th.?
The apparent mystery connected ? I
General Grant's lilt:? t-s has been d-:e ?,t, 1 v
to the fact that It was hop?-.) by with
holdl::g his adore? from publication to pro
tect him from th? worry Incident to the re
o? mail, t! e tvi?
and iimtlar Intrusions
The death certificate, which Dr. Roh?
er' Abbr. General Grant's physician, will
4\\e with ?h? Health Department, will
five card'--)'- thrombosis s blood ? i"1 on
ib* heart?as the cause of desth
Dr Abb*, who wit summoned hurried?
ly to th? hotel shortly after 11 o'clock
Thursday night, was In attendance when
<">neral Grant died Tin? sudden attsch
"vhlch culminated in death threw Mrs.
<ira*:t r.nd the nurse who wa i In attend
* nervous confusion. ?Mrs. Granl
remain?d t iterday, and I"'.
Abb* declined to giy ..ut anything ??tb?"
than the announcement <>f the ?
death, but fr.er.i Leland Sterr; . th< man?
ager "i thi hotel, the details of ?General
'?rants last hours a ere I? a
'"? AhbV th< egeneral's physician, en?
gaged an apartment for General Gram
?nd hi? family," said Mr. Sterry yester?
day, '?find y.,u\ ,),,.. ,]Kl ,l(lt w|?1j t0 reg*
ister heraus? they ?wanted t?. have at-so
'"" 'vii't The party arrived on
wednesda) night aboui 9 o'clock, and
the egeaetal wslked through the lobb to
?he eterator, apparently In g'-ci condi?
tion There was a trained nurse in at*
?et-dan.?., although ehe was no! In the
jjjeual uniform, ^because, ;iS ( understood
W> eW Abb? wsnted to have nothing
''" leneral which might remind
' ?" ?f his il',?.,?? ,,r ,,,.,,r,.K, h)s Bp|rtts.
I::" doctor explained thai General Grant
sad been In st. ?,.??,..,, Ho8pital, and
?at be vv.-u?,.,, t? ,?. iiar hIm ,?.
?2 "v-s '??? Wth Mr..-,, just across
Mft.h evettt? fr?,n fhi. hoW ?
^tast night, when Mrs. Granl and
'71'"'" nirs.. ?.,.. a,on< wUh t|?.
??Hd. the general nhowed alarming
?JM <* ? relap_, ,,,. ?,,,?.>.?.,, ,? !t
?"??hg Position on the bed where he was
.'"*? c?soa violently, and seemed to
, ' "" ; Ifflculty In getting
Mrs. Grant Call, for Aid.
?Jrs ??ram telephoned t., the nlghl
?ark. asking tha, !i(. ,,.,?, ? ,?.,?,?./,?
???Abb_'_ ho,,,, (jlli(.klv ,? ,,? 1)r
V"" ,,,i't ,h" ?'??"?'"' ?M dylni Her
?vas sllghtl) misundei tood how*
""' ih 'u.n?uslon. I,,, rushed
'/" l" ""? """"'? and told a poiic?
" "" ?mbulancs quickly and ...
? :' doctor "? help General Gram
?'?< ?h? ?iv Ing.
'""""; '""> *" dlspatohsd ? ,??
"' l:"" '" "' Abb?? h..,,,-, and the
"r ,rr1v,"l [?-I*?-? lhe ambulance
i as?is-!.,.,,.,.tmti ,UMi ,?,?,??
Marconi Told Kate
Carew Some Things
of Great Interest
The interviewer has dressed
the words of the inventor
up in the form of a ciever
narrative. You will enjoy
ihe flavor and sparkle of it in
WOMEN FORCIBLY FED
Suffragettes on Hanger Strike
Obtain Release from Jail.
London. April 12.?Bj resorting t?> a
hunger stnk?- and impairing their health
to such an extent that the Jail officials
feared fatal consequences, Dr. Prances
Ede iin-l four other su ?Traget tea obtained
their release from Aylesbury jail to-day
before their terms of Imprisonment for
win?: tv smashing had expired.
I ?r. Ede says that twenty-live ??f
twenty-eight suffragettes in the Ayles
bury J.iil started the hunger strike on
April r?. and th..'. it was not discovered
by tl>.? Jail officials until April '.?. when .-?
system of forcibly r<eedlng the women
was Instituted. "Par more terrible than
my personal sufferings." said l?r Ede,
"was bearing the agonizing cries from
other celia as the prisoners In turn w? re
subjected to the painful treatment."
A demonstration will be held In Hyde
Park to-morrow io protest against the
forcible feeding of the suffragettes
5C. A WEEK_F0R TWO YEARS
Left $5 by Wife's Will, but He
Can't Spend It All at Once.
It will take Harold Remsen, <?f Sa S
Kast 02d street, "tie hundred weeks t.?
rolled th?? t?...|-i?-st left him by his wife
Mrs Louise Remsen, from the time of
the first payment \n?l the i,.
amounta to only .*?*> The will of Mrs.
Remsen was filed yesterda) In Ihe Sur?
rogate's office She left real estate
valued at $3,?T*?00 and personal property
valued at ? -.."??hi
without comment or explanation the
testatrix left to Mr. Remsen $3, which
she directed should lie i>ald In Instal?
ments of five cents a week. If this pro?
vision is strictly ?,?iiif?i out an?! the
weekly allowance la mailed t" the bene?
ficiary, the postage will amount t??
nearly half <>f the bequesl Mrs. item
son ?lied on March lift, and her address
was given as No. P>r. V'Ht-t I'-'-d atreet.
She gave lo her sister, Emma M<
$1.(100; Charlea Nelson, ? brother, ?SI.??*?'?,
.-.nd Degmar N'lelson, of Copenhagen,
Denmark, a friend, "Sl.???.?. The residue
I ? her son. ? 'arl Hen
OARSMEN SAVE STUDENTS
Sinking Sophomores Rescued by
Harvard "Varsity Crew.
T?l?sr?pll ',. Th? Trlhuna I
Cambridge, Mass. April 12. Webster
<; Simon and Raymond B i.h?1o?>, iiar
vanl R'iphomnrpp. had a narrow m ape
from drowning this afternoon. They
were canoeing along th?- ?'harles River,
v?. hen a sudden gust of wind capsized
their fragile bark. Neither was a
The Harvard 'varsity eight, rowing
some distance away, heard the erica for
help and quickened Its pace. Th?? shell
uns closely foli'iwe?i by the launch John
Harvard, with "Jim" Wray, the coach,
aboard. Both lada were entwined In
each other's arms and thej had sunk
r?.i the hrs' time when the launch
reached them. They were hauled on
hoard little the worse for their sudden
Simon's home is In Cincinnati and
?LadoO comes from Leomlnster, Mass.
FIRE DOESN'T STOP SHOW
Audience Refuses to Lose a Bit
of "The Bandit's Child.'
Just ?' 'he most rrltlcal moment las?
right in the motjon r??' tur.? drama, "The
It -? Child." at No ?'"? Eighth avi ?
fire started on the r??of of the build?
ing. In a moment the flamea ate (heir
way through 'he rool and sent a shower
"r sparks down on the audience,
Not a per.-?m stirred. The tire roared
lo ider " Ith es? h paa?ing minute, but the
audience followed the fortune? of the
handlt'a little girl with tremuloua breath.
After the fire had biirnwl a hole thlrtj
t.-, t i, fifteen in an ??. lea*? oik the pla? a
practica 11? ?.? Ithout h r?w?f, thi tnanagei
jumped to ih<- stage and told the au
th? place w;i? ?"i 'ire ami it were
beat that they fij for their lives. Thla
-iK informal Ion \\..s i ??? . i\ <-?l in
I?, rt.-.-t silence. ex?'epl for the excited
breathing of the audience.
The mat iger finally called Patrolmen
l.?aiy and K"i n? ina n, of the Tend? l I- ?I ii
m, m ho ?nt 1 an alarm and then
started i<? disperse the crowd. Theli ef?
fort"1 were unavailing, however, until the
m mager told the operator to stop grind?
ing "?it "The Bandit's Child." The fir?
? tlngulah? ?1 after that, with a
"GYM" FALL BREAKS SPINE
Athlete Lands All in a Heap Try?
ing to Do Handspring Off Board.
?Artille demonstrating how to du ?., hand?
spring from a si -i In th? gymna
slum ?'f th? Kast Bide Settlement Mous?-.
Ko, HO Bast 78th sn-.-. t. if?.?? night, Gustav
Welnock, twenty-on? years old, s ma
it, of N". '????:? East TOth ?ttreet, t.-n ?.,i
the floor, seriously fracturing his ?pin...
In Welner, "f th? Reception Hospital,
?aIk? was ?ummoqad, found VVelnock suffer?
ing sever? pain and paralysed from the
laps down !!?? wa? i .-mov.-d t?, the hOS
pltal, where it was s.-?i?i lust night thst the
X-ray machine will be need on hint this
morning to determine if the Injury win i?.
i ?-i manent.
Welnock sttempted to turn a hsndspring
from s springboard i" it??- floor. 11? landed
?m the h?""' in a h?-.?;i. tr!?sd several tiin...s
and Iben faint? >i When i?i M .
i.a,li?-?i the building WTelnock wa? ,?,,,.
.,,,.,,-. t. i in gi eat agony
TOOK WIFE'S LIFE AND HIS OWN.
WhMllng. April 12 Beeause his wife ,,
a, ;..,.,| to move lo Morganstown, u v.. .
Anthon? Madura chased her Into the atreef
;,,,,, |.,i,i,...i hei v. ill? .i -.?maker's knife,
il,., woman drew th? knife nom the ?-.0,111,1
',,,, |,u ,|vlii ? *?' "dura pmk.-.i ,,,, ,,.,
".apon fr.?" 'Mi ra,k.* *va,k?d """ !!?S
", ,| alabad liinisell in d? atl
. ? ., I, ,**?.<1 from i?rlson ?? ? after
a, f?i i-u? i Hand a ,
i,? 1 vlng a
DOIS JIU IffS? EXPE
! Makes Her American Debut
Terrace Garden as 1.000
Women Frantically Cheer.
MISS MORGAN LOOKS C
| Scores Complete Triumph Wit
out Even Removing Her Kat,
While Male Opponent Is
"All In'* at Finish.
' Mis S? Id? ii Bacon, better kimw n
[ .1 ? >-'? ; hlne ! >.i- kam 1 ?odg? made h
American ?bleut at Terrac? (lardon I?
I nlghl hi i |iu jlthu w restler, and, to t
plaudits ?f _ thousand of her admiri
? . oimti j women, pre-, <? \ . t pro? ?
against the best efforts of ? ishimi
, ? ?shamy, thai ponderous Japai
: grunts ?<i hugely at Madison Ktjua
(?ardei nightly, when his fellow wrea
lers hurl themselves upon him
\"'. ..i,. ??. ?.,11 three Hi ?es, die! Mi
Bacon imp? 1 h? r burly antagui 1st ???<
her shoulder, and thus fairly gained tl
tit le of champion, ? hile the ? i
? nmpanlon.. of < ishlmmj i ishan
crouched in i? hall le ? n lhe stai
? eeplng softly, murmur? d, "< ?shin
! m) ' < tghimmj ' ? tsha my! i ?shamy! "
In this Ural appearance ??
; Mrs. Bacon adopted no dlsguii
lo rend? r lu r na me Into Japan
Ing herself Lu? ret?a ? t'Brien. Hi
tume was I hat of the nativ? '. i ? ?
woman, and she did n?>i even
remove the pins i it
i ,n k hair si l he end of the i-oi
ni lar i? tter c?inditl??n l
Osl " ?? ? i '. . ? ? . ... ? ?
trailed In lit? d ; -? r ? Js pan?
p? ared in the all ?-ostu
try, hut neither this seeming nil?
nor the fertor of his ? ,- I
danc? d almut I
auBh? against I nal Hi
of Mrs. Ba< on
"It was so ?
? ilbls," she -.v.-.r.i in -
h r of her triumph "\\ \
him lev the a rial nnd re.i-.-.crm
md he was ?? I Th
was niv Aral ; nnd
am t ol prepan d lo sa vhcther I a
continue in ' i lltsu, ? ?
stud) the arl i . onshlei >? ?',?? i..
IlK-tll...] Of -
Soon Proves Her Skill.
? ? ? : i I e . . ? . . i . .
ment lhal Mi Bs
against 11 ? Jai nese nnd ?
total surpt Is? ?., tl?os? wl n had
ered to wltnei tl ? ?
troupe, when ? ? ? ?
? f the ?v rent lei - aft? r
?? ekiu in numerous ? ?...-. il. ?mom
i hein?. I ves H
mount? d ? si 'I it. ."< .a ng Ja pa
nese said thai she would i ?
er. In lest I i h
had thou ?
rartl the w?
. horilS re.e-. . ' e ... j],m, . I l.imill
' ishamy! ? isli u
Miss Anne Mori i
Robl Ith and .Mi- I
?lar' ui ??. -.- ho wer?? n mon s M ?? ? ;
raed to ha?. ?? a bout witl
? ?shiti'ii ?-,. hut r. rus? el ii.:.
er girl foiirt?
rame fora a ni fi ??m ihn bod)
and t"eik on one f the i
< ?sliln.inv 's e on pan loi 11.
encouraged h) the exampl? ??f th?-so two
half n ?)"/< n fille- ma le ih-ir wa) lo th?
yellow man around, lo lhe gl??i
A n i er i' an n
It a as a mu? h sad Ion? d loi ol J
ese tha; iii'-e; < 'it of t? rrace ? lard? -
returned in M rtlsoii Squar. ? ; r?
romp? le onl) ni?o % thcmaelve*) Oshim
my ? ?shamy ?- l?l for them th l
be ma i I. snj froiip?
Ja pa ne??i .. ? i ? on Id a g
,, genera I ?lefl ? ? . ol A ? i? i )? ?' ?-.-.. i
and rertalnl l"-1 ore v ? i ' m :??_
a course tin ?vould ma ?? uire lhal
Mr?? I'.i' "i. . ...- lio| imotig t h.
Work.nq Women Mee?
Refore tha wrestling exhlbltioi
was a business meeting ol th? Woi
Women's \'n?-atl?m ''ommlll?*e, undei
whose aiispiee the affair w is held, and
plans v, e i. made for th? Im I of Hi? girli
- * ii?. nre Kavinn vacation mon?" i iin?l?-r
i he guidan e ??! tin < .i i? i > ? i ? t ??-. Th?* hall
?* in !.<? h? Id on \i ril .i al N? ???
? ii and < 'entrai I'ala? ? . l-exlnston ;i v ???
nue and 4??th sll.e.t, ;.i,.| i! I . >.|,... ! I
llu,I by thai time Ihel <? v. 'II i i
thousand u.I?era of llu- fund tvhn will
There are ne... near I) live thousand
members, who, in the last t>'ee month?,
have laid away ?fliMNNI agalnat their
summer vacation : The v ,<? at Inn rommlt
.t.r the Woman' Auxiliar) of th?? Na?
tional Civic I-'? ?!? ?ration has ih. v?...rl< in
rharge and ? ery month som? ? ntertaln
ni.-nt is plsnn? ?! for lhe mil u Im. have
iHk?-n advsntage of Mils opportunity t..
save money In small .sums ranging fr?>m
2fi cents a week up. I_ast night's affair
wa, ;, dance al T? rrai ? < larden, which
was preceded b) exhibitions by Mm??.
Handavlna, the strong woman irom Bai
niiiu <_ Bailey's rlrcus, and the Ja|
wrestlers from the same shoa After
dlsplsylng their methods ??f \v>rk the
Jsepanese off? r? -A to t? a? h the glrh I
,,, protect themaelvea against mashers
by |lu*)itsu, snd to encourage the .ritis
to go forward Mrs, ?Baron look the Brat
APPROVAL FROM U.S. USEFUL
Redmond Asks Americans to In?
dorse Home Rule Bill
Washington, April 12 A m?
from John Redmond to Representativa
t'urley, of Massachusetts, was r? i ?
here to-day, read!?? substanthill) as
??\\'.,ul.l welcome n -.pressing
approval of lhe Home Hule bill.'
H was forwarded to Mr Curie) In
: Boston rrom where, ii la undersl.I. he
:s..?i a repl: ?lmllai messages are said
in have been received b? several Irish
| lesders in lhe United Btates,
M A VOl? (sAVNOH I ?i Oark Horse! What is a Dark
ROOSEVELT A "SCOT
Genealogist Says ' T. R." 1
Descendant of R Bruce.
\ ? |2 i?.
I lo? S iX"li I
:n hi ? , ? ? ?
tin I has I
h? let ? ?1
. that ther
I f ? i r i ? ' -, res
? . . i. '
11 ?- It
Itttle t? !?:
s. its, i ?
. h Ridei." a? i opllng
ho has i his to . ?
l ?resid? ? t l'..",-"\ ?-it Is .? II
' ? ? ; ? 11 Br
John Irvine of royal -'?
?laughter, Anna Irvine, married ll
April 1 : 178?, Captain J 1
i(pnrgia. and had:
'.I.. ? ? i ? s Stephens BnlIo?-h, h major
? 'hatham's B ittallon of the i ?eorgin I
In the Continental .inn- He man*
, daughtet of united SI I
a'"f John I ?lllott, and marri? ?t
i. daughter ??' Oeneral I>at
? irt, of the ? le? rg a line In the lb
narj VI ar, and I-. I he latter had
? Martha Bullo i of Irvine It
loch, sailing master of the Alabama
thi i me of h??r engagement with ?
i ?--< ,, v ho marrl? ?I The?-*d?
Koosevell, and had
i hi odore l;.et ?11, President of |
NEARLY KILLED BY RUNAWA
Miss Edna EldridgC Bndlv Hu
Trying a Friend's Horse
Freeport, taong Island, \i-ni 11! Ml
i-.'lna Kldrldge, daughter of John I
Kldridge, ? I? e president of Ihe Klckel
i.,?i.i- ? 'ompato. til No. ."??'? Bat li
s;i.?i. N?-w York, was ncarlj killed t?
Ida} while trying a new h??rse belongli
: t,, a friend. The horse in the pmperl
of Misa Florence Miller, daughter ?
: William <:. Miller, a former memlier ?
|>|y, ami \? as given i" her n ?
j idrthday i ?? ?ml '? h? ? iwn nts.
Miss RI?Ii Idge, who ia an a? i ompllshe
? v hip, though only nineteen yeai
i atarted out alone in a hu? rey, and wa
l driving along Long Bench avei., whe
the horse took fright ??t h passim,' auto
! mobil? and lie -am? unmanageable. I
dash?.,i off the road and Ihe Ira
smashed into a tree. Mi.-.- Kldrldge wa
I hurled over a fence into a lot, where sh
was picked up unconacioua and taken t?
, the home ??f h?-r a int. Mrs. Bedell.
I ?r .ii'ian I?.-an denied reporta tha
her skull ha?l been fractured, but hi
feared she might have received Interna
-PIGS IS" "expensive
$1,000,000 Asked for Examina?
tion of Pork That Is Eaten Raw.
Washington, April i. President Taft
to-day gent t?> Congress g special im-s
! sage asking for an appropriation of fl.?
!.?. beyond the present permanent
I appropri?t!.or the me it Inspection
? aerv.ce In th? Department of Agriculture,
"The Inct ? ?se i- ne? i ssai j." read the
??ge, t?. enable the department t?.
1 i" ' '? ??"?? torn opk all) the flesh of hogs
that is to ?,.- , onverted Into meal food
products which crdinarli) are eaten
?\ith.?ui cooking. Several dea tha have
resulted from eating such products,
?? hi? h contain trichina? '
ANGOSTURA BITTERS lends delicious
lln\-.i to ?viap.-itMit an A.M.
MYSTERY IN MURDER
OP RICH IP MAK
Bociv of George E. Marsh Fol
Riddled by Bullets in a
BOY SAW HIM WITH WOMi
; Police Believe Aged Man \V
Shot in Carriage, but Are at
Sph as to Murderer's
I.? ut.. Masi April 12. ' ;??? ?rs>>
Marsh, wealth) president 'ef the > >>'>i
i : Marsh K?>ap M i il i I iring ? '? >mp.?
? lee.civ, showing wounds made
iu.? st?*? i -poli led bullets, was fou
. , , the ro< k. embankment of i
p..mt of I'lnes Boulevard to-day, a
murdered while ti?ltnK in a rarriai
according t<> lhe theory adopted by t
police I?? night ile ond the ?>>(erc?.s!,
,.t thai belief .Thief "'' Police Thomas
Burches had little t.c mn\ regarding ?
investigation He admitted that t
m ?? t pri lent? el man) haflllnft tet
Hid lhal "'? ? ? little, if an
proenei I ??!' nn Imm? diate nrresl
y r M.. ?.?-'? "? ' ? ??? ? m v-ecn.. .?? are o
,-uiel In feeble heaIth He Is '
ha ?- been In the bueiness -.?'?t"<n of tl
.u-, v. -1. ? i-. i - ! - afternoon, and was See?
In board in electric car i ound towsi
i n home rh? police ss; he alight?
from lhe cai at i !s ei rind ? 'h tths
streets, near hi? "residence, an.I was la
know n, In ? 'hath?
n' r,"t u houl ?"? '',< > p. m
Pohce Are at Sea.
? The |eee'l' I ..t ?' I ? ? I O I ' I < ' t ? ' I V Ri M '
sail ? 'hlef Kiirck? - i ?m satlsflf
thai ii is .. i ase ci murder, and that tl
pistol shot? were tir.-d in some kind of
vehicle, supposedly s carriage, an
thai th.- traaedy ?occurred between 0 an
!<? ..'. lock i.i-t night. After lhe sh<ool
ins "i" hei.lv was taken, I h.-llew, t
Sea streel extension, which is th? stal
hi_hv-.iv between Lynn and Revere, an
v. u l hleevv ii over tile- f . - tl ? >'. latldln
? u ?a i ? found i his morning.
Th? p??licc have investigated a varlel
of rumors involving the Identity <>f p?-r
s.'iis alleged te. h.n.- seen the vi.-tlm tvs
tween ?"? and H o'clock yesterday after
noon, mi th''"i'i?-s a.-? t.. th.. motlv? fo
th? crime have fail?ed to develop sails
fa. torlly. Money and a gold watch were
found on the l>ody, indicating thai rob
liery a as nol the- motlv?.
Mr Mar-h is nol known t?> have hae
trouble with any one, ?-i- t?> have hadan)
enemies. He had not owned an nut?.
mobile or s horse snd buggy f"r severa
There la -l Iheorj that the aged man
went t<? hi unoccupied refining works
on the West Lynn marshes, late In th?
day, and ther? encountered thieves, who
,.!,,,i him; bul luti?- evidence t" sustain
this theory has ?.n found.
Boy Saw Him with Woman.
Prom Harold I?. Cummlngs, ? ??.?>?
win.s.- bom? ta next i>> the Marsh resi
, ti?,. police have learned that Just
befors ? o'clock last .-v.-i.?iik he saw Mr.
Marsh riding In ? carriage with an el?
der!) woman ecu Ireson ..venu.', n.-ur his
bome Th? ??,.> had known Mi. Marsh
,11 hi| ufe, and says he cannol be mis*
: taken In the Identit) of the man In the
The ??Mille? theor) is thai Mr. Marsh
i,,,,I m,.| th? * ??'??-'? * * b) appointment, He
wan holding" lhe reins when s-sen i.v the
? ?iiilinin-.l ?? *<?'?"?"? l'**e. Ililnl .'.il.illiii
END OF TRIPOLI WAR NI
Official Announcement of Mei
tion by the Powers.
Si Petersburg, April 12. It la
[dally announced that the powere to
I made proposals of mediation to Com
tlnople with a view t?> bringing to at
?the war between T?rkei an?! (tal
BIG GUN PRACTICE STOPF
Wishes of Summer Residents
Newport To Be Respected
S'ewport, n I . .\pr?< 12 Big
practice at I ts in Neu port Ha
|S to ho aha', Ion? d as til? f? suit of |
?? ?ta made to the Vfar Department
? summer resid? nta and others. The
in? of the big guns at Forts Adams
. vVetherlll in past years has ?lon.> a la
( amount .,f damage in the homes al
?h,-. coast, m Kplte ?>f p recall tl?
Hereafter t'olonel William ll ?'??
commandant of tl"? Narragansett
fence distri? ?. target praci
will be ("ontlned to Kort Wright,
Fisher's island, and Fort Grebie.
Baunderstuwn, where ther? i-? lesa d.
ger of damage t,> property.
THORNE HEAD POLICEMj
New York Banker Will Provi
Night Watch for Millbrook.
1 .?:. TrU?r.ip?1 "? l'h? TrltHlIM 1
Pnughkcepsle, April 12, Mlllbro
' ? ii.T, Oakt'igh Thorne, the N- <? V?
"imtry home la to ha
two policemen I ?atead of one, thanks
Mr Thorne'a interest in the village. T
peopi, here -ere .-tin talking about t
: o!l'-*?maii. ?? h"n along ? ame 1
announcement! that the village was
hav? ?? board of Police Commissions
and thai Mr Thorne ??a t.
president of the board
Millbrook ?- "?-"?iik to have its i ??It
for?., enlarged because Mr Thorne
?j-oiiii? i" pa the new policeman
The new policeman Mil <l<? nicht dut
?.,? that "Jerry" Donahue, who has be
j th.- police Department <>t the ?/iIl?ge t
a decade, can gel some sleep. "Jerrj
\? h?? has -ni-' ? ?I the title of '? 'hief" ev?
since hi? api?ointment, ?.??.ill retain tl
CONGRESS ASKED FOR $3.4
Government Owes It to Germa
Ambassador and Can't Pay.
Washington, April 12. The l"nite
States government owea the derma
Ainhassador $.14.-?, and Secretary Me
I Veagh 8ent t?> the House to-day a for
?mal request '?> pi? as.? rem't." Th.? B?M
retar?, s letter i-- i???"??tiip-inl?"??! by severa
I ?loi-uments showing th?- necessity of ai
emergency appropriation in favor of th
John A. Beck, a private in th.? ttd Ken
tucky Volunteer Infantry. ?lie?l lu th?
?i-,v.-ruinent hospital for the insane ?cv
enteen y.-ars ago. The Institution had I:
charge 1101 belonging lo the soldier. A
las was*passed in 1906 providing thai
after six years money belonging t" thoet
wh" ?lie under clrcumstan? *-s similar t.
those attending ths death of Beek should
i?. "covered" into the Treasury, and this
i has been ?l??n*-.
i;., u wa? born in Wurtemberg, Ger?
I many, ec?eord.ng t?? his statement when
he ente?red the United States army.
When the tin"' arrived tor "covering"
Beck's money into the Treasury the Be
retary ?'f the interior wrote a formal
note i.? tin? German Bmbassv asking that
lit institute .? search in Germany foe
; |;,., u> heirs.
The searoh was fruitless, bul the am?
??asador spent 13 15 in th?- quest, and it
is u"\\ "up to" liai?- Sa,n i,? reimburse
hint Then Is, however, no fund in the
Treasury from which the amount may
' I,,, paid. Secretary ,\la?\ .-a-.Ji sa\s ?'oii'
! -rresa will hav.- t.. spproprli t.- i? the am
burst dor is i,, receive hi? *?''. r,.
HINT, TALKS POLITICS
Colonel Flatly Refuses to Hwcl
Injunction of Toastmaster to
Make Non-Partisan Speech
at Springfield, Mass.
INSISTS ON HAVING HIS WAY
Tells Commercial Travellers Club
Members He Cannot Refrain
from Explaining the
Policies Which He
Springfield. Mass.. April 12.?Although
h>> had received a broad hint not t<> talk
politics, ?V'olonel Roosevelt spoke for an
hour here to-night on topfcrs pun I? ?po?
litical. After epaylng hi* respects m ?ha
speaker who hart thus enjoined him, be
tlatly declared that he believed his heur*
erg wanted him to say what he believed.
When he sat down his face was wet with
perspiratl<tm, s? ?rigorously had he
Colonel Roosevelt's forbidden speech
was delivered before the Commercial
Travellers' Club of Springfield. Three
hundred members of the club were pres?
William <;. McKe.-hnie introduced the
tnastmaster, who t'.ld Colonel efloose. .->lt
that politics whs barred.
"Religion and politics play no part in
this organization." said Mr. M<-K<v->inie
m his introductory spee?-h. "Any ref?
erence thereto Is expressly prohlbite.l by
Mr. McKechnte retetred to th* fart
thai h* aras a Dsmocrat, and that thara
a ere differences of opinion among Re
publlecana pointing to the fa.-t that Al?
bert P. Langtrjr, Secretary of Htat<?, s ho
ass the toastraester, was a supporter
of the pr?'S->nt a?Iniinlstrati?vn. and ? ?
"uncqulvocslly opposed" to ti-,e politics I
doctrines of the guot of the ??venins
Later on. he continue?!, the club would
hive .,-_ Its ?guests other public men who
did not agree with ?"olonel ?Roosevelt.
"They will lecelve the same ri<>gr*m of
attention as we give to ?'oloncl Riwse
velt," he ?Mid
Langtrv Praises the Colons'
When Mr. Langtrj sross, he made no
referen?-?- to his own political bflief. and
?pail a compliment to ?'??lonel RooSPvel?
as one eef the country's most dtstln*
I ?tiring these introductory remarks th*
colonel Ml ?till, looking strstghl .ihe*.i
of him with a qutssicsl expre.
when h. arose to deliver his sp?*e.-h
there was a round of applause, and ?hen
s? i ctant silence.
"1 was duly Impressed," ?aid ?""olon-l
Roosevelt, with a smile, "by Mr. |_C
Kechnie's explanation t?.at t'-cre was no
a here, and that, therefore, he was
obliged to warn me thai >.oth he and M'
. ry utterlj disagreed a 1th my |
? ies And, In furtherance of his put
! te, keep me out of pol?tica he isld be
' looUe.i with equanlmlt) upon the d i
, agreements upon our side.
"Apparent!; he is under the mistaken
impression thai his own side is boiling
..v.-r with harmony. If Mr. McKechnia
is r.-aliv perfectly com need ? ?? " il ]s
a fact, l suggest that he organize a K'lnt
I debate between M<essrs. Harmon snd
; Wilson, <'lark and Und? r ??
Rending down to Mr Land 'ho
i sat beside Mr McK>echnie, h? |
"Mr. Secretary, I d?_eply appreciate th*
kind vve.i.is v.ci have used in introd
me. 1 know von wlahed s to
Massachusetts to tell you th? >reaaona 'or
the faith that lies In me, Mr. M. -
!<? ??'? nie has said your association s
entire efreedom of speech That i ?
|eal Ye,u wish an\ ?ran t.. sp.-.-?'. **?-ir 1.
frankness, and ' could not mm* hew
and refrain from speaking of ?*?*_
?because with me politics erispresents the
deepest convictions as to the vltsl needs
<->r the country, and- or rour*>< I
-!?? tk '?? on of theni."
The colonel's hearers har?lh k in- it
I first hoa to receive what he said Kt bo
I went on he was Interrupted ItaiUetntf?
; with applause. After expressing ''is de*
termination to talk politics despite the,
lion laid upon him, he spoke ? *
r trol >'r corporations and expl lined bit
.?eu* In relation to t'ne rourtS
Says Administration Is Wronq.
. 'oloni ' i !? ' lid . on
i c. -t such ss the present campa-.: i ? ?>
I necesssry to consider t-oth tue business
i.Is of the country and Its moral need--.
il.- asserted that the presen! pollc. e,*
the government toward corporations was
w ronsr and that It was futile to trv to
control ?*? ?1 t_r business'' with law suits
' It Is h?d to hav?' a pollc) <>f strang?
ling business," he said, "but it Is worse
to have a policy <?f sham strangle."
"Last night >Prealdent Tart stated,"
Colonel Roosevelt said later, 'that those
who advocated my policies in regard t'>
i the judiciary \wi?>h to put an Impious
j hand on the ark of the covenant.'"
He then ? splalned his 1 leas In regard
I to the courta citing ?ev?sral laws whl.-h
he Mid the COUrtS had unjustly over?
turned, "?hie of the movements we in?
te nd to bring about," he said, "Is that,
instead of two twelve-hour shifts, seven
days a week, for workmen, wa have
three elght-h-'iir shifts f.?r six da]
, a eek.
I run told." he went on, "that when I
| insist upon the people having the right
I to pass upon such laws alf<SCtltlg th?-tr
! welfare ? ??m laying an impious hand
; upon the ark of th.- covenant.' My tiaht
. Is for justice."
_fter his address Colonel !:<?>seveit
went t'. the C'-ntral lii?_h School, wh?-re
he spoke for a few minutes to a crowd
which tilled the auditorium. 'I'll. _
Went to his ear, leaving here a! .? lata
hour for Nashua. N\ H. Th- colonel
?will spend all ?lay to-morrow in cam?
, palgnlng In New Hampshire
HITCHCOCK NOT TC RETIRE.
Washington, April 11 Pin.master <;en
? eral Hitchcock suth uize.l a formal staie
! m?m t..-.lav ?t.-n> iiiK emphatically that i.
had am intention of resigning as a mem*
, i.er ?>r Presiden! Taft's ?'al.in.-t The state
ne nt vvas in reply i ? ? numerous published
reports that he was about to retire from
' citi. iai lit.- to engage in business.