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Governor Happy After His Re?
ported Talk with "Boss,"
but the Smile Is on the
Face of the Tiger.
CONSULTS O'GORMAN FIRST
Tammanv Chief Not at Birth?
day Dinner, but Comic Opera
Contest I? Called Off Af?
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RIOTS AT PANAMA
Laborers Start Trouble at
Bocas del Toro.
' ' Ion ??far? h i* Th? sut hoi tie at
>; ' del Tow to?da* teli ?graphed ihe
< anal Zone ? 'ommlsaion r? quw Uni" that
roe of men be s?eni then to Rid In
putting f|f,\>. n labor rj..t<-,
Fift? ?poli? '-nirn will -? .?ni t h re to?
night
MRS. HARRIMAN IN STORM
Held Up with Her Mothers
Body in South Dakota.
IV T? ? F'-i ' ? -
?Rapid Cit; 8. I> . Man h IH Mrs
Oliver Hurriiiii.iv of Now Vork, Is snow
bound in tins city. In the Harriman
private ? .t - ih<* |>od) ol Mi Hnrri
mi n ' mi thl i a ho dird in Hot Spi
S, D . last we? k, Railroad ofTl? lal ? i
'?? rain? th< hlockad? to-n orro*a.
??? I ? -i ih?' Harriman part; a Ill bo fot
a ard by spe< ; il train aa far hi i'hh-ago.
Aft? : thi aeath of Mrs Harriman'?
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WOMAN'S BODY IN MARSH
Coroner and Tarrvtown Police
Believe She Was Murdered.
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STEAMER ABLAZE AT PIER
Millinocket Saved by Firemen
After Hard Fight.
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of ft to kton M? he lay ?
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OPEN DOOR 10
: C?ESE LOAN
President Declines to Request
American Bankers to Share
in the Proposed Advance
to the Republic.
CONDITIONS NOT APPROVED
[Administration ?Unwilling to Put
on the United States Govern
ment the Responsibility
Implied in Terms
of the Deal.
AFFECTS OTHER COUNTRIES
Ded.-ir.itum Will Applj to Parallel
Situations in Central nd South
Anierit .1 and B] ?-.?. he ?
Which Hiii Nal.M ij
Bi Concerned.
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Applies to Otdei Count? ?e?
Wl'ne the Pr?sidant*! preneuncemtnl
axplainad the attitude of the Unite!
St ite' toward tl-?* Chinese loan, it w.v
lutharitatively st.ited to n i r j h t tii it ths
?.amp policy vjohUI apply thraug out
th?. Wilson administration to pai al
aituations m ?Cantral Ammci and ? ?
vliere in ?.vhic1? the Umtert Btatai
co"ce? tied.
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DOG TEAMS RACE IN SNO\
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LESLIE CASE CLEARED UF
Consul Svalm Reports Death ol
Actress Natural,
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March is. ? b rl W ?- m
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of ih?? ? \ enta on th? leHtnehip Ocean
I th? d i of Mil" Pi
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i..? ..|, to '" ??: foul pla) In th? ?'
Tin ? ml aa*?j In l?ondon haa r-x i , i
iru? tluna from \Va liingtun ? .1
in ? ? -1 \gal ."n ot "'I" r "i. m ; he
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....? ..u. in. ? ?i. aa tii" i<--'ilt <?f n??
- in had made that the young
uclreuu'a ?J?t*atli ??.??> due lo an (To 11 ,
following ?n alta? h of ? ?pli? 1 Th?*"
Southampton i"'1 ? nade 1 hi rollo*?, -
Ing tatemenl
? \\v ?are aat all? ?l that there wai
nothing unugual in the cauae ?>r death
n.?,. la nothing to aupport ihr th,.i '
?h,?? foul 1 -1.. ?- maxxg ? onimitted. " '
KING GEORGE OF GREECE SHOT DEAD
IN SAL?NICA, HIS CONQUERED CITY
KING GEORGE OF GREECE
, t . ? tu ? ,..?.. ... ...
IOS SECRETLY 10
FOOL SCHOOL BOARD
Miss Rodman. Organizer o? "Si?
lence Strike." Becomes
Mrs. De Fremery.
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I'ufope
Henrietta I
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n th?
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poli? ? . ?n? ... narriagea be.
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i m.u i i.-.i a omen in the
?rhooli "Let th? . i
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ildri i last night
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?a ii? n he nv iloi ??i ih? n? ?araii ij er
!ii''ii n.. i .innoun? ?xl
Mn ie. l'i.'tii'T?. ? Imitu d tl i
..'i : !?? ?Ii ri 1.-4 ill- ii ?|| \'iilU.?lk. ' I
jr? m regret that th? ruth is oni
? ut he i aid bul I tn ist make th?
lient of it i ? ?mi? H.H.ii..i mat
(?.i mont h - bi foi ? i ?nall*. de? Id? ?
u on It. 'iii- n ? ?? k? i? the w ? ddln ?
??i .?i?? ind iHTel m ? " '-in '?? ?Nora alk.
v. ivii i ?? .in?. .| to do lias i-? ki ? i'
II ? ?Hoard of ?education in ig toron ?
?if oin ' i.n rlage uni i! I ?? ?a about to
? i moted I then planned in make
m? ? ? ? test one Son i suppose I
will ? 'i " ?i foi insubordina!i ?n, bul
;.?n i ? ??i rj m?.
r v. nalixing ol ma n 11 -??
aromen rage ??arnera is xtcomlni roch
? -erlous thing thai th? publi? mual
?i-ii.ii ?take it up i understand ?thai
the t?l?phona ?company, .-?i? ?well ot
large ? or pora t ion ?-. I?; ?h icharg?
1 _ ?? ?men employes for the crime of
?{letting ni;ini??J. Th*? *. hn.il officials
..i longer actually dlscharga a-om*
,i? hn marry, but thej .-an miri du
tre-?4t th<-n! h- intf|-l..p<-rs an?i in
f?*ru?r? "
Monarch ?Strolling in City Fired at fror
Behind by Greek of Low Mental
Type- Bullet Pierces Heart.
ALMOST 50 YEARS A MONARCH
One Bu.lel from Seven-Ctaimber Revolver Lays Hin
I ,ow* -Lifted to Carriage, I ie Is Taken to Hos?
pital, !>iii Dus Almost Immediately
?New Kniii Proclaimed.
?Srili.fM..!, March 18.?King Geoige of Gieccc was assassinate?
while walking ?n Ihr streel , f Sal?nica this l?tcrnoon. The assassit
?va ? Greek of low mental ty ?r. "-ho cave his name as Alcko Schinas
11-- shot the King through the heart.
The King was accompanied only by an dide-dc-camp. Lieutcnatv
Colon?! ?Fran?COud?3. The ?. ^: v:i came suddenly at him and ?irec
one hoi ?: m a seven-chamber revolver The tragedy caused intenst
excitement. Schinas was seized immediately and overpowered.
The wounded King v as iiftcd into a ?carriage and taken to th<
Papafion Hospital.
Notwithstanding the rapidity with which the King received at
tention, he was found to be dead on arrival at the hospital. Precau?
tions were at once taken throughout the city, and perfect, order is
being maintained.
Prince Nicholas, the King's third son. and other officers hurried
to the hospital. Arriving fust. Prince Nicholas summoned the offi?
cers and. speaking in a voice choked with -?obs, said: "It is my
i deep grief to ha'-c to announce to you the de ?th of our beloved King.
i and invite you to swear fidelity to your new sovereign. King Con
stantine." The Crown Prince Constantino-, who succeeds King
George, is at present at Yanina He is expected to come here with
all possible speed.
AN ASSASSINS REASONING
The assasrin of the King is an evil looking fellow, about forty
years old. On being arrested he refused to c:-:i>lain his motive for
the crime, lie declared that his name was Aleku Schinas. and. in
reply to an officer who asKed him ?.vhethet he had no pity tor his
? country, announced that he ?vas against governments.
Schinas maintained a ?perfectly impassible demeanor, which
I was suggestive of his being irresponsible for his actions.
The King fell into the arms of his aid when ?-hot. Two soldier?1
I
ran up on hearing the tiring and helped to Support him. Me was
, placed m a carnage and efforts were made *o stop the bleeding, but
he breathed his last on the way to the hospital near by.
When PriiKe Nicholas bade the officers to swear fealty to Con
stantine ?they shouted: "Long live the King!"
Prince Nicholas is the only member of the :uyai family in Sa?
l?nica Mourning emhiems are displayed everywhere.
The Greek Governor has issued a proclamation announcing that
the oath of fealty to King Constantinc has been taken.
It is ef-;pected that the body of the murdered King will be *akcn
to Athens aboard a warship for buri:i!.
KING'S LAST WOKDS
The Sal?nica correspondent of The Times." ot London, filed
tonight the following graphic description o? the assassination:
'The King was shot while returning with his equerry from *
walk tu the White Tower. He was in a happy and contented mood,
and a?? he strolled along talked of the war. of the success of the
Greek arms, of the capture of Yanina and Sal?nica and of this fitting
climax to his fifty yearn' reign.
' To-morrow.' said the King, 'when I pay my forma! visit to
the Dreadnought Goeben' i^the German battleship which was to
honor the Greek King here m Sal?nica! that nils me with happiness
and contentment.'
"These proved to be the monarch'? last words, for at that mo?
ment a shot rang out from behind Colonel Krancoudis The King'l
aid sprang round and seized the hand of the assassin, which was
already laised for a second shot. Covering his royal master With
his body he seized the assassin by the throat and held him fast until
passing soldters ran to his assistance.
"But the first shot had found its lodgment King George had
?-heady sunk to the earth. He was lifted into a carriage, and. ?vit h
'his head resting on his arm, continued to bieathe for a short time.
but before the hospital was reached Hie was extinct.
"The bullet, which was fired at a distance of two pace-, entered
the back below the shoulder blade. Its point of exit was below the
stomach. There was a severe hemorrhage. The jewelled cios*
which the King always wore was smothered with blood.
"The assassin is a Greek of feeble intellect He says he was
driven t?i desperation by sickness an?, want. The crime therefore
appears to be without a motive."
Since his triumphal entry into Sal?nica the King had been ac?
customed to take an afternoon walk to the famous White Tower ot
to the cavalry barracks in Lesser Karaburum. The King's con?
fidence in the people was so great tint he went about freely, accom?
panied only by a single equerry. *
The danger of this custom was apparent to the members of his
entourage who repeatedly, but without avail, requested His Majesty
to permit the presence of civil guards.
A few ?days ago four gendarmes were ordered to follow the King.
but their presence was found so objectionable by His Majesty that
the number was reduced to two. These followed at a long distance.
The effect of the assassination in Sal?nica was most impressive
Groups of giief-stricken people gathered in the streets and conversed
in muffled tones. The troops have been recalled to barracks, the
shops anil cafes are closed, the streetcars have suspended service.
lights are extinguished and Sal?nica to-night has a dead and deserted
appearance. The church bells tolling the last call echo along the
deserted streets.
[By Cal ' - I rtban?
i,-i,.inn. M.?r? ?? It. N?ewe A th
usaasinatton of i**'"*- ?Oeo?rge -?t Oreea
caused i pi.,?1' ' * nea?tlon he-re, Only
the nueagresi detail have yel ? ? ?en re?
oeived, ?and M Is evident thai the Greek
authorities are ex xrclstng ;? ?severe cen
aorabtn ov?er .ii! talegramai Until lata
;it umht the ?Ftorelgll Office was without
Information, and urgent private me?- |
nag?M setii to Athens ?and ?Salopioe ?pk
|ng for further fa. t? reui.tinrd without
i resi>onae.
i.i? strained "?-.?non? between th?
,,, . and Bulgarian ?sonttageata at
go onl I ? ?' S ;v?>:ri?ls for Ihr foari?
thai the s sasetnatloa of King: Oenrg*
I might have hsen inciden! to a clash
between the nlH>#s; bet a meaeage re?
ir?is ?*(! el midnight dispHlcd such ap?

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