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MEDIATION ACCEPTED :
Ei OF m IN S?f
Representatives ol the Power
Communicate Their Scheme
to Bulgarian Premier.
NEW FRONTIER IMPOSE!
Direct Wirelesi Dispatch froi
Adri&nople Shows Th.it the
rrison Has No Inten
tiOB of Surrendering.
i. ind? ? ?VI h -J. The de? elopm ?; ; s ..
? n.?..: i.. ma 1?? t n
Balkan wat h matte
Turkey, i
hau li
t.. th? ko? ?l ofli ??
buve ..?
?
: ' ?
? I ib,? H
? r ? ?n. l'h? .1 plan Inol itl?
ta which m? still s Hill prob
Th? d? m-. n?J foi Ind? mi n
d .
hostlllti? -s muai ? ? ? ?
n cepted.
?
... : ? . |u .
|| !.. V .
r.. .? deadl?
lu:.?s bus been
which il ? H Ig? m- pro
?
ding "'?t .is atrongl]
Uve i ion' a' al? ge, ami ;
from that ?its. r, ?. ?i v? ??
i-..- ? declarea tha
r he Turkish commander haa no ?asoughi
?irrender.
The '???;? I; ?point In th? armor ol Ih?
? ? ? ara almost bj
? . a> T?rke) 's.
i laondon, ?'ho ha?i
foi the ?S?st? r I ? it
tiled, and are In constant on
of th? all talion
j'ii? I? -\ of ti ? outeoms la optimliI
i. in underal.i thai '
of to me? ting of ti" litoropean ?mi
g idorx was to agree "ii the wor?
l'umbined representation! to be made a<
? ? Mont? n-fgrln cai I
.? j ,i? lulscence In lbs s Lshi s al
la-Hungary.
? atlng dtspafc ti from |he b? ?
? ? ? i fortr aa of Adrtanoph ?re**? Iv? ??
- morning ahowa thai the garrison un
d?*r Bhukrl Pacbs has no Intention ?.i
.nil.?tin?.'. The meaaags a'aa ???
? ? ? t.. . 'onstantlnople an<i
? ?I abroad.
n< m.?" h ... ! a m B
? ? immander i ?rtress
? '? .1 tr?...|.s ;,;. .l.-tcrmr ?
.? ti.? \ have n?.?".
on for ti\? ?nKMitha, and all re?
ports as t?. offen mads by them to sur?
render may t??- dismissed ar- pure Inven
lion? Only starvation can force the ea?
ol i . belteagu? red gat
...i i- .??il regular!) ... -ti ibuted ;??n.?t.^
opu lion by th?? mlUtary suthorl
.. : ? . ar? ? .:-!'?'?? auppllea
? t ..r?!?r- prevails vrithln the city,
? report emanating from Bofla that
bad '?ni? ?red the Greek an?;
?.rmenlan bishops l.? r?- t?? ;.? ?hanged b?t>
they had drawn attention t<? tht
. ? ' mil ? I? - ?.f ti ? population li
; n :: Ti ? tatlvea ol
.' ? is called ??n l'r ?i.i. r ?lu?
separately tbls afternoon and handed him
tb.? following communlcal
'i ? *-ov?*rnm*-nta <?f tha | rat t?<?^''''';
t.ik?; n?-t? with sattsfa-ctlon ..t' the ac-eept
? of their mediation by the allied
snd point out to than thai !?? fora
m of the terms of pea? ? la
in 11 :- i r tha iinwi n t.. formulate
their views ?is t<> tha baaia ??: ii-p.tiati? n
adopt? d.
? l'h.- r_r at pow? ? tb? opinion
- hould b? .
? The frontl? r ol th? ? ?ttoman Bm
. .-? i ball start st if-i.i-. and,
owing th? course of tha Maritas ?River
then that of th? Ergene, ahall end al
m Vil terrltortea -dtuated to the
? ; by Turkey
i?. in. allied states, ??ith ttx? exraptton of
.Ibanla, th? delimitation of which shall
l"? ii\. .1 i y the ?powf/ra
tl The qu< tlon of th? ?\?i gean
|] a si ttl?ed bj th? pow? ra
hall sbandon .. 11 dalm
to i t?
power, cannot favorahl)
the demand for Indemnity, but
will admit th- alllea t?. participate
alona of the Internatloi ?.1
? ??iimilssioii In I'.ins tor ;?ii a?'i litable SSt?
nt ol th? Ir i????t?i'i?,i?!t?":i in the ?>tt<>
in m debt -trial ?n the financial chargea ??f
? ? t?. i> hand? d ovei t.? them?
'i rkej i" i" ?sakad t?. take i rx In
?i thla ' omml - don
'lb. great ?powers declare at ?the aame
. t ...m aa - '?n aa I Ik b um a at a a?
? M? hoatilltl? ?- sbnii . ease.
? ' ? ? o thanked ti"' minis?
..f tas powsrs end int'iriir d them thai
13 igarla would ?have t.? oonaolt with the
?silted ?gov? ram? t its b.-i'.r.? replying.
*>.
LAST EFFORTS FOR ALLEN
Attorneys Seek Aid of Supreme
Court Justices.
Wsshlngton Mar? h 21 - .\;<i?-ai after
? al ars aaade unsuccessfully to-day
? ?ions members <?t tn?? Supreme Court
"i the United .?stiiti-s by attorn?-ys for
?!? Bwanson Allan for a writ <?f arras
vi.?\\ his ?'?tn i. tion for taklBg fart
In the Hills? ii!?. v.? . eoortaawniss shoot?
i ? i j-: Th? attot ? ?r? lan th?slr client
r ? "tarira i'.???<-.i In Jeopardy" f??r
ti??- sama- offetiee. In violation ??f the f??i
??rrii constitution.
? m? i Juarttcs White, prealdlns for the
? i ?'iroiiit. I?. Which Virginia is n
? I. lirst ?b?. line?! to (sous the writ.
.i dot? rininaii'in on his part
ib.it no roaaonabls claim to a federal
? wam itivoi'.c.i m tin? caae The Chief
i tics ssprassed himself ss ?perfectly
lag tb.il Hi? attorn? ys Sppl] to ot?r
ui tiees.
.iiisti??? Htjghea waa b? xi a-k??i t?>
runt the wilt 'lb.? attniii.v. declined
to ?sag what aethm Jostle? Hughes had
taken, but after h<? ?had rimahlarnd tha
.,is.- til.-, :-talt?d ?mi? to visit Pthet jtlS
t?? ??*?*.
Amionii????in? nt ??.a- nu,.]. Dial *???. "f
the nll"rii'->.- woiil?; r? inriln in Wasliln?
??. ?.- .ii,..- their appeals in >bebalf ??f
AH n on Moo.ia?-. Thla would give them
.i?i>?.itiiiiii?. i?, appt). ii aeeeasar) to i
each .? ti? n exhausting ever) possible
hops ?if 84rlna t';?? iif.- .,r the convl ted
man. arho in <<?nil<-mii<?? i?? ?iir on March
M in Bkhasona.
KASTER LILIES AM) EASTERTIDE BUYERS OF FLOWERS.
ANOTHER AUSTRIAN NOTE
SENT TO MONTENEGR
Strongly Worded Document, i
Nature of Ultimatum.
Repeats Demands.
? ? ?Mai ?1 e. Th? ?\ustro H u
? ?
s ordi .1 note tu Morit
*a hi h v. as In the natui ? ol an ull
?
The not? i elt? rs ted evei
efor? ti,,- d? msi i le by tl
Austrian Minister ?it Cettii I? oi Mm
8ft, a hie sri n ss folios
ii ? Th? tree esll fron th? fortrei
??f Scutsii ol ail non-comb I
s? ' ..t.'i : ?Explanations ??i ihe ?t? ath ?
,? ? 'athotic pi lest nan ? d Palie, who ;
?aid to i.?-? ? . ? ? g ? red because h
opposed tii? violent conver Ions ?>f prison
era.
Third Violent convi rslons to c<
stantl)
Fourth: P*ull satisfaction t?. i.. glv<
for th? violenc? ??: : ?? Montenegrins an?
Servians at Ban Qiovannl <n M<
r1 ? Adriatic cos t. against ihe ? ri a ?.
the Austrian merchant vessel Bkodra.
\\ it!, ., ?i:. w t<? ?hastening th?
ol the 'ii!??sti?.n of Albania tii" Austro
Hungarian government has ?agreed ths
th? town of ,tak?)\<? shall ?be ceded I
?Seni.? ??n condition tl st thi norther
frontier of Albania t..? delimited in ??on
formlty with Austria's wish?
Berlin, March ig Arm.-.i ,.:? ration
against Montenegro may soon be i?? gui
by the Austro?Hungarian squadron, nos
Ii : <?rr the Montenegrin at I v
banian coasts according t?. Inf?rmatloi
whi h reached the German Foreign Oflta
to-day.
'i i ? official* ??f the Ilerman For? Igi
? ? I ? . '? thai Austria \?til send on?
further note to Montenegro, .??? ai to <\
bau t ? ? poasibllitlei of diplomacy h??
1 racter of the ?> tii Iti of thi
warships changes from s demonstratloi
Into offensive a? lion.
it i- understood here that Russls hsi
counselled the Montenegrins to yield.
FENNING COLLECTION UF
Antiques and Paintings Will Be
Sold at Auction.
John ? ' nnlng . colli ctlon ??f
snd painting will i>? *-?v?i al public auc
ti?,n at Silo's Fifth Avenu? Art Galleries,
Fifth avenue and f?th street beslnnini
to-morrow, Since last Thursday t>.i
lection has ?been on eshlbltlon al the gal?
Ii t ? Tl ?? ?sale will last twelve da) i
Beveral pieces ??f rare Chippendale and
Louis with ?furniture, Including tables,
stands and cabinet . sr? listed.
P.i Italian end Dutch woi knuui?
ship ?mil of Hi?' T"'i?'''l Ot Louis XVth will
also i is sold. There are man) othei sp? I?
mens ol old English and sixteenth cen?
tury work
a remarkable roll-action ??t vases, porce?
lains snd crystal, together with Bheffield
plate, Is Included In the ?antiques
Bronaes, marbles, docks of rarkros styles
and periods, rugs, ?tap?wtrles, irlnk? I
Jewelry tr? m all parts "i th? world, with
in.itiy other pieces <>: art. bisarre ??t ;?n
tlaoe, rais<? th? collection t?. 2 :
which will I?? offered f??i sale
There are ats<> ;?.t ?painting Probabl
the ?moat remarkable pleturd In th? <???!
lection Is "Ths Triumph ot ?Christopher
Colunribus," i>> Jean .i*..?--? j?1j Benjamin
< mist,?nt. who received sverj 11 < ? n < ? r that
Francs ?bestosrs on g great artist Ben?
.laiTiih West is represented by one paint*
in?.'. "William the Id .?t the Battle ot the
Boyne," and .?-u Joshus Reynolds, b) g
"Portrait ol ;?. Boy." Sir Henry Rasburn
has two portraits. Portraits <>f Madams
ds Btail, by ?Baron Antoine Jean < !r<?s ;
Nathan Hsle b) ?Rembrandt Peale, ?sad
<?t sir Isaac Newton, hi Sir Godfrey
Kti'll.r, an- listed.
?if ths lands apes two are by Frederick
Watt.?. Others ?are bj Frits Thaulow, ,i<?
s?|.ii Israels, ai.?i ths greatest <?i the
modern Dutch painters, Claude ?Lorrain.
DR. MORGAN~ACCEPTS CALL
Newark Pastor to Take Charge
of Calvary Church.
The ?Rev. Dr William it. Morgan, ??f
th?. Central ?Church Is N?swark, sill be?
come pastor <>f the Calvary Church m
Manhattan, according t<? an snnouncemsnt
mail.? yesterday at the fourth annual ses?
sion of th.? Newsrk conference of ttic
M?ethodlst Rplscopal < rhurch.
in Morgan is the ?dean ?>f ths Metho?
dist ministers ?>f the Newsrk reference,
having remained In ths one ?pastorate f?>r
?iste.ri yean He was prominently Identl?
Bed with the city's iif?'. snd ths announce?
in? m ??f in? decision t<> .-?.??. ?.t the Man?
hallan l ill CSOM a? a SUrprlSS not only
n. Methodism imt t?> th?- community si |
large.
tie bad dei lined .-? rt rat off? rs n ? ? atiy,
mu? lie- congregation In special session
??i?'ti year had assured him of ? oo-oper?
ail?.n that in made hla church <?n?' of tin j
leading Methodist organisations In Neu
Jersey. The retiring pastor of Calvary
Church Is th?? Rev. ?ChariSS 1- Co???! II
[IN MOURNING FOR BLACK
Sulzcr Orders Flans Half
Staffed on Public Buildings.
ISSUES A PROCLAMATION
In It He Refers to Former Gov?
ernor as One True to Be.st
Traditions of State
Albany, March _.' llov?
? i .? proela ms I Ion lo da ? mi.i
the ?i? at h ?? Krank ?S Bla? k, tot m
11,?-. ? rnor of N? w \ ?? i. n
,,t Troj last night r ?
.
N. \ N . i l. ?
? \ . ? ?
l.i'tiiiti and m? ral po?er. He n '
ognised bj futui ? . l rlat ?
. i nor s v?? sh?.\? ml ii ? ?
quailtlei whlrli eutltl? htm to ranh as ??
niii statesmsn
"In ? ??ib lit*. ; - ? :,.| ont) tho ? ?dl mi
tSg?BS '.?hi? h e,mie fr.'in ths pOSM?l
[an Indomitable ?.il flrmlj set t?> ovci
e everj obstad? In th? I to
; ucee ?, il?- began v. ith the loa
I and climbed t?> ihr inn of th, laddn ???
?.?me .\? .i bO) "'i MS f.il ; ?
bound farm in Main? ?? .? ? nt m
Let*;?'.???. \ ad? n .?. a her? ? ? s i knon n
as an able debater; as .i stud? nt In I
mOUth ? '"lleee. W ' .' Ile M 00 ?? '
.?? ., i ibll ?peak? in editor <
trj w< ekly In Johnston n i ? ?
i v ? ? v
: ? ?.? ??.? . leader In tlie mot emei I
rm; as s iw mis r ol ? ? ?
a hi ?? he t'???k in active i ? It on, aw
one ol N? a '1 ??: k'l commanding i.-??
nors, he showed sMUt) ??f .1 high ordei
"in hli ?l'vitii ?.m ? ? ad tin?
nul he.ti. un?! our counti a patriotic
dtlsen
"In 01 d? t?. appi"v atel) ? spr? -- in
If of 1 .opte r? ? ??? ? t foi : ?
servie? ? KYank s Black, 1. ?Wl
Bulser Qovernoi ol the Btat? of x- ?
Voi k, i? q j? st that the Bag ipon all
public buildings, Includin
? .: . 1 ? ? . , I., ?. ? ?i .?t halfmi il until
'and Including Ihe day of his funeral, ahd
that th.- 1.. L-i.-intn? of th? ?? ind all
?t citlseiis unite In 1 . ii r?
? n- ? t lo lh? i.e.f .. foi mer 1 ?
erne - o ws In* i" the '. 1 tradit
?.f the state."
The ? ;??' ? 1 noi 1 em n i" rsoi ?i mi
mpal ? ??? Mi Bis k ?and In 1
tlon t?? tin proclamation, ?paid this tribute
t?. t ?,. formel ? iovi t not 1
"Frank B Bla? 1.1 1 a ? ?? fi I? nds for
in?.!.- than :? quarter ??' ;? centurj We
.-. i red togethei In ? 'ongn * I admli 1 1
in- ability and his sterling qualifie
ni.-iii ?and h ?.?.zen, standing ;?t all tii ?
for ?ivi? right? ??n ? ?
"in his death our yi^u- 1???"*? one <>f hei
mo ? distinguished duse-ni snd our i?oun?
trj s pstriotl? son
"My hi ai tf< n bj mpeth 1.il n?
his retal res and ?friends 1 1.11 n and
grieve a Ith them "
The e,,,.. ,.| i,,, .m,] oth? 1 stati officials
\? ill attend tb. ?funeral at Troj Tu? ?? ?
afternoon. The ?Senate, aft? 1 .1 bi ? r ?
?ion, sdjourned to-day, out ??i reaped to
the memoi 1 of ths formei <lovernoi \
resolution wsi adopted ?providing f??i the
appointment ?if flve Benators t?? attend
the funeral
Troy, N. v . March 22 'i ho 1 ? 1 n
t,, \ lew the bod] of 1 'rank s 1:1,1,1, wll)
have ?m opportunity to da to Moi :
from noon t?? I o'clock, at the housi In
Pinewoods avenue Thi funeral Tuesds)
will h<- private, in Bccordance ?nth the
rtews of Mra Black and those <>f his
iamily. ti"- body srlll be Incinerated at
ihe Earl cremet? y In Oakwood Cens
tery,
-a
FORMER BLACKAID DEAD
A. J. Nugent Passed Away a Few
Hours Before Ex-Governor.
Tray, N. v. March 22 A.est J. Nu?
gent, who was .?t? ??.i'ii accountant In
th?? ?Stats Controller's oflli during lbs
governorship ?if i*Tank B. Black died yes
terday. al his home In this dty, s fen
?sours '?? fors the form r ? h ernor pa ed
a way.
Mi Nugent wss lh? luthoi ??t several I
w?iks ?>ti mathematics and was ?? wail
kaowq magasin? writer. 11 ? was sixty-I
Ave years <?i?i.
BABES BURN IN BARN.
Bethlehem, Conn., March 21 Qrace, I
aged Uve years and Rodolpb, aged three,
children of Anton Johnson, ?? former.
were bunted to death late to?daj in .? !
th ? which destroyed hi* stork barn snd
it? contents, Including ten cows The
children hsd gone Into the bam t?> ptaj
and n i.? betteved ??si rfc ?1 mat? b? a ith
them.
ONLY THE BUND BENEFIT
i For They Alone Are Spared
Agony of Highest "Art."
CUBISTS LEFT FAR BEHIMD
'Food Descend.us Stairs."
, Chaperoned by Fallen Waiter.
Attains True Realism.
*..?>..??..? ? ? ?
? . |. t i ? ? .....
of th< ?. I Ka?
il of M "b rn Art a. R#i I
? ? : looh their tattered ?
i,, ti ? ? . ? ? .
d An ? ? * ??
? ne? i
? ?
? ? . ? that eti
tut
The cot ? ? ?
.-. ? Its thlm ?
: inati ? lowing
i t m?..] tormur?" on what M ?? ?
?!..?. tri
. i ? il -.?. ? that ti?? ?
? ? / . ? 'r.? : .? ' ' f
nor pretty ki I
? ?
profound emotion , All are mai If?
. : a hi
i Is des
radal radi 'i'1 ? |
pi? .1?.i t
:? .?? nor to k. but to ex?
.11,?.!!? I to | r ? . ni
? ?i., of il?' ";?
i 11 wa ala
? ? i
., ? . t Palntii ' Pal I
Ing." it you wen a veteran, you l??"k--?i
. ron .m ? ??? ? i !? ill Um anothei i.
. bk.? a man ??.???????. n u.
palm th? ? ' ?' man
Then th? re wai snotlaei painl This
. '? ? '? hi hav?
..;i of
.. ? alth? i ? ' wouldn't
It a i ? ? i : ? ? ? ? t \ \ .- ?
d i i . Folios era ??' Ma '
The ". ??' rev? ?-. nt ??
?
|cl .i IVi iah araa repr? . ?,i. ?i b)
? >>|t Ol al? \l M I ' loinS ?*:",|" B I" 1*8
II was Ml ICtl) ?'III' . r . , cubo
ool II ....--? ill -
I ,-. ii . ? ?? ? ; I? ?i ? ? _
William i ? m . Harrli tn
I an Ksh IHtlon "f \r I
II ?. i? ?,.,. ? ad ..??? ..r,,'.i. i.. ?i this b)
thro*?? ir.:- .. tube ??i r??.i ?paint .?i ?? i? ? -
et'tl) .i i?ia ? ? ? "'' ' snvaa atari von
ft dens -iiii employed .? aomewhal aiml?]
? lar technique In produ? Ing "Tha < '?? mlc
Spirit," only he Ihren aeveral tubes ??f
different < : and leered i h? m
. .llor?n,i .. little bu more m? thodi? all) intil
? i ?m? thlm that .ked Ilk? i
?i.|k h at had i. -i??i-i..-.i on
Harr) v a Iron reprodu? ?: 1 he timo- !
lion "i .' Lad) "? Bist] on ?Roll? ? Skat ' i
b) ma ..i ... a bunch "f red, yt lloa and
bl i? tt langte . s hile ?Prancb Kea ton
emotions ??ti "V.I Dei rending ? Btalr? I
rae? " m ers i apn ? ed b| in d?nos? d
waiter Mai ?hi hi* back amid the tvreck
. ? .. ii.,-. ?ni ..i m h? ai th? fool of a I
Right of lair More tl sit two hundred !
plcturea will be thrown op? n to the public i
tins ?.?. ? k The purpose la to raise funds
I to pa) the ?nil??."???? debt on the new light?
hous? ?'f Hi- Nea Terh a-? o dation for
ii.? Blind
FAST TROLLEY COMING
Through Line from Philadelphia
Soon to Open.
;???-?'..i? to rii- ''ni un-? i
?Philadelphia, Mareta 22, B) sew con? I
atru? lion x ork, tin- elimination of many '
grade crosslngi snd relaying of mat?)
mil's of r-Mdbed, th? re I prosp? n of
high si? ? l through trolle) rar service be?
i-.?'?ii this city and New Fork in the iMar
f ?tin.. With agre-sm? nts betwe? n the
Public ?fetrvtee Rallwa) snd ths Phllad?.
I'liia. Trenton and Hi ist ?i . 'ompan). si -
Vang? ?h? r.i. an to 1?.' made r?>r the
through ? TM? ??. a ? tin? Public s?t? k ?? now
?ontiois all u??? wa) ii"m Trenton to Jer- (
'it' ? ?m? '<f the seriou obstacles to
iJi?' tratlii- plan bas been ti??' bad ?gratis
ci-oaslng ?>r tin? Pennsylvania traca si
Bristol, but the toad la bob elevated
tin-on?.b that town ?and thh ota lacle la re
moved.
The Trenton, ?Srlstol ? Philadelphia
Street Hallway Companj and tii<- llolmea
burg, 'i.i.onv g i rankfor.i Passenger
Railroad Company in???? entered Into an
opera tins arrangement by which the ????r
m ? ..iiii'.iiii. .v ?. iii run thioogh front
Prankford to MoirrhnrlUe, Thtp arrange?
m? m ii?...s awaj with ?'i i';i.?"t two changea
whlcta tlirougta paaa??agara bar. hereto*
fora ? ? o ? "mi?? ii?*<i to Butks b??tv?.in
i ' ' Batata.
DIAZ WON'T TAKE OFFICE
Says He Will Return to Mexico
as Simnle Citizen.
i:oi .. March ? Th? Trib i
? tprt ing ti,. opinion thai tu? m. -tine
i. t v . ? ? ; ? ? i ? i ? ?
1 .1? nt ?.f M? tl? '? and hli d lw I"
? , Italy, hs political Im?
... i , Intervl?
n uhi.h it un??'?
'?
Inim? dial? ; t am old and ?shall r?
?? , ?
,..,:, ? .?,;,I organisation b t
..,, ., i vi i ii ?il n?.t
In publl? life
?,.?.?? ? cent
. . M? aid. to his
t who were re?
fer I ?? ?
??v, ? d Oeni ral
I. . ,. ... , ,? ? . both t??r
.?; th? i nlted Btat? l do not
knon i .? V'llson
?
? nlted H
ths
..,.,?
RFBELS~IN FORCE
ATTACK SALTILLO
Troops Rushed from San Luis
and Monterey to Aid the
Federal Garrison.
Monterey, March ?2 I.at?' advices from
ebels In
: ? have atl thai ? thou
m. n. undei command of ? leneral
t fro
:.. . hundred n
\. ? . ? . ? i f roi r ' ???.;?? ?
Inforce Ihe governm? ? ? .
\ , ? . ? ;.,\ -
ernoi of <*< hulla, is i epoi ted i,. : ? t.. be
? .? treal f??: ?-? ..-.?
The foi eign oni ul - ha? e be?
by Ui i , ? . ,i ?ample protection
, will ?? afford? i to ihelr nationals m the
event of as tl the rebel un th*?
I ' '?"?'
N, . \? ! . tWO d
r Co onel h <;
Hill routed a federal column commanded
i \i .1 r ?? i . . .?..-? -1 ?? i.-.i
? , ,?
? ? .n
i ? . i. ui?.i.?, Bo
! d flic! a tal ? 11 by Gov ?
? t i..' . the federal
fo r i ? i .i I many wounded 11 ? ? ,?.
t.: Id to have lost o
nd three ?;? ?i
Saco, A -i
troops at i. to-ds began moving In
? ? ' v ? Kollo ?. - . hl
precedent ol lau ?>?? k General Ojcda
at on? lefl the Mexl<?an border town and
? ?' .un t?. m? ? ' th? emj iii? i.i ...?
and th.?
Hueit.i . .mini u der had no more i!. in ?"'??
m? n, ?a in!?? i. ,.' -t;it.
troops ? i ? m? n.
\n? i thi federal advano Ii id ? \
i'hong?d a fes who t s with the state troop*,
OJeda ?ave n?" v., ?,i i . retire luto Na ? ?
lt.- .?n ian ntl- d ? .i?. ? t? ?l to ,?ul | |?
way through the i tat? I.?? lini , but
? ?>? n a ' hoi ? I?- ? <>n ?.i, ol tin n
.- m ? i lor numb? '
ii ?Ps o, T? . Man h ? liai v from
? gts t Sau*e, betw? en
Chihuahua ?'ity und thi bo?rder, ire ths
bodlei ol Mai ino Rodrigues, formerly
l>"li.hlef ol .in.ir? /.. .?nd Rafael Ksquir.
??n aged newspaper vender ol thi two bor?
der l'?v. ns ? in the hat ?I Ol th? ? i iii.iii
b* Bsqulr, s ho >?.i ? redlti d \s.tii re?
IIkIous fsnatldsm, are ?printed the words,
? ?Sot-dado de Ps " ?'"Soldi? i of P?**aei ''?.
Taunting thdr ?? ?? ilms with tiii? motto,
Ismlllsr to resid? nt? ot )?'.) ?Paso and
.in.ires srho patronised the render, federal
troops Is t Wedneedas removed KsQuIr
and ?Rodrigues from the Juares lall,
v. hen- the) had bei v hi M for ' political
offences
An unidenttfled political prisonei si o
was banged, it Is reported
Ti m? City, Mexico Man '???? ti ? lover.ior
Martin l&splnosa ??i the terri tor? of Tepl?*,
..n the sreat coast, liberated all prison? rs
from ihe penltenttarj to-daj and, with
a small ?s.'.iit. tarted t?> loin tbe ?soa?
stltutionallsts' force in Blnaloa.
_______ ?
DR. SPITZKA TO RECUPERATE
Suffering from Nervous Breakdown,
He Get;; Year's? Leave.
p itladeli im?. March tl ?Dr Edward
Am;. ?Spltxka, directos ??> the Baugli
Institute '? Anatomj snd profeaaor st
n Medical College, i???s received a
?/?tar's leave ??i absence because .if nervous
breakdown due t?? overwork
i ?r Bpltaka' detailed oboervatlom upon
ti?- .i etrl? death and the anatontl? al n
iihiiciis. etc, ??! criminals have made him
noted n one ?^i ths most emlm nt author!?
lit . in tneiiii ii research In l he > ounl i ?
He performed the tutopsy and examined
tin brain <>f i'solgoss, the sssssatn of
?President McKinley, snd II Is in tils In?
vestlgatlons <?f the human ?brain that lie
hot ?been ?woctalb distinguish-A
FREEPORT FIREMEN
ALL SEEK AN ALIBI
Bold Cabaret Singer at Vigilants' Smoker Wan?
dered Among Audience Physically
Illustrating Kissing Song.
The aljtt) members of \ Igllanl li???
Company No, I, of ib.- ?Xireeport, i^?n;
Inland, Volunteet Mr* ?Department, havi
ba.i a loi of explanations to m;?k?> sinea ?
amokei which ?as b>'i?l Thurtalay muh
b? th?"!- oirranization
Tlieii troubles are due to ?the fact tin?
...m. ??i in? m wen biased b) s youni
and prett) girl a'earini wall, S ?ssrec
smile, anyway a'ho waa <>ik' ?.f the "ar
lists' imported from New ?ork for tht
U? ? .i.-ioll
in Preeport th? best r?*eldenta belong t<
the Volunteer Pire Department, mi?i the
Vigilant Compan) ih ronaldcred the most
sated in point of membership In the
whole department it numbera Iota "t
prominent businesa men, an?i not a few
?v... : ? i . auch a? deacons and
? ' Nearly all the m? mbera ??f toe
r-ompun) :iit?,:?!.'i tin amoker, it ia said
In i-'? ??>? ...i t. For there had been a S'hlspei
thai tir" entertainment would be Um
'?real thing," and that there wtsuM be
performers then direct from New Yorks
leading rabarel ihows, Bui from what
rii? Preeport firemen r-ni?l y?*sterday it
would ? ? m thai the amokei was given in
an .?m, ?
' IVh) . I ?V.i- Il Ne ' Tot K ia-r MKllt,"
r.> th? Vigilant? ?Ain-ii :iHk?"i if they
?. i?? at the amoker It wool? aeem a-?
i iiough th? svenlt - train on the i -a?m?r
laland it.ui r?.?u?t must have I ? ? m packed
i?, ib. platforms if each man is to i"%
?? :.? ved.
Then were ?h. i w ordin?r; sets si ths
I amokei after ?lbs pipes Bad b<?,i .it-iitei
and tall foaming glasees were bafcg
paased around, ??n?i s<?ni<' of the Bresass.
laai p unted, were beginning t?i t.'ink tBsy
might aa well have remained at ti*.????? and
?fOBS to I- ?I But tii? n W. I ' I'ln-l),
chairman ??f the si rang? n nta ?oommitts-?,
;?i?,iint??l the platform.
' ? ia-ntl? in? ii- sai.l he, "MISS l."!? will
now favor as "itii ;? fea ?setarttons."
8 Km??n ?Smith, Treasurer of Preap-ai
Village, :a'?l >?-.{? r-iay that the membaii
who had espected ;? real warm < nt-r
tainment ?had Lkmked far ootblns ilk.? it??
renaatlon thai sras sprang when uu
ai.'..?ai-"i ?Sha ?'oiiinirtscsd by staging a
-.?ni; ??bout Ittasttag.
i.oi.-t ?iitnb??l doarn ?from the ?jtag? ai
(he rang, snd ?bestowed ?resountsssj
smacks upon aooM ut the Bremen present
But nu ?some of tbn young btooda -.i?ii,
related, she teemed to hav? s prefiirasas
i..i tb? oi-i iii'-i?. sap? ??ii.? thorn ??*? ittn bsM
l-a.is.
? \w yott'te tOO youag, k.l. ??hat It
,..ii think I Baa, a ?'radb' mbb? r? " tall
Lola, to on? armhtik\ youth srao t lot- is
It's said, to ? mocaos bei ?
Most ..f the Breasen were '?n th?'ir f????t
When the sonic; vas finish?'?!, and Lola i
sai.l to have found it rather ?iiftnuU to ?*;?t
ba? k ??i? the atage? eap?eclally as. nom??
aay, the lights strangely weal ""t ju?t
tiren. The Impasted ??rtHt then sann au
Interesting version of "When i <;??t fea
SJone Tn-nif-ht." nnd that to??k the hous?,
by fltonn.
FOR A BIGELOW MEMORIi
Union College Alumni Plan Fu
of $100,000.
'?: i ? ,?*grasp) tsThe Tribune.I
? .lady, v v , March ft?At
' dinnet of thi Union ?CoDi
? |, hi Id to-nlgbi at the Mobs
'.???. ? hsrles Ali under Rlchmo
i -. ,.;.?: ? announced ?thai deflr,
i ad been taken towsrd a i?lan
? worth? menus lal t?i John Blj
low, a memo? r of thi risse of ?105
and for mans jreai i her old
;i\ ing slumn is
At .? meeting on Thursday sfternooB
:'.,?.: . ; 'I ... ..t.?. in N
arlth Mr ' 'i."ate |n the ?-ivur n
n val?"? ?Garrison Vltlard, editor of "T
, | Post." BS BI ' :? tar; . a . ?.intti
' t???' ws md ti??? follosrlng rei
a i? pted, ui ??n motion
Btntea Senator Eliliu Hoot:
? it la : ? .??..v. .i that t he committee
cure a fund of I10S,?900 f??r ?? memorial
: late John Blgelow al Union Colleg?
"The service of John Blgelow t?> i
? i m the ?lark days of tbe ?CI
War should alwa - !?? gratefuDy ?remet
\v< lie w llllam it. Beward, i
.. tats of Union Coll-igte, o
u igln?! ti '? ?airain ??t the ilepsrtme
? Bl '? Jol v BtgelOV . as Minister
i .,? -, \? a essful In tl
ta.-k of maintaining un:- national er?
? ' .? . ...??.? of Europe
?\\e are confident tha? ti ?s plan ar
? r.. .1 bj many h? a wel? me o
erve at once the dou)
? ? e ,.f itlm .lat?!,.. Irtt of p
trioti m and of doing honor t?> the mei
I ory ??f one whose name - : n lid 'i?? la
mong us In grateful remembrance."
memorial will ?take the f??r
,.f ,. building with clase rooms,
h, used for tii- itudles ?>i" llte/sture, hi
lory snd politics, ?>r f??r the founding
.? prof? orshlp In political science.
Those named on the committee are A:
.!;. '.?. c irnegte, Joseph n ? Ihoate, m 11
Boo .1 Plerponl Morgan, .;. . ? isw.?.?i ?
Vlllard, Henry Palrfleld ?Oeborne, Oeori
Plimptoni John i. Csdwslsder, ?har!?
Evans Hughes, Joseph Ransddl, Ellpbi
lei Sott !?.??;.?: and ?Charles \ Rlchmon?
Conl ' ' : iward the memorial ma
i? ??!,- t? any of thi ??? nlttei
??i ??> Prank Bailey, treasurer of Unlo
? otlege, No 173 Remsen street Elrooklyi
; -?
POLICE STRIKETHREATENEI
! Metuchcn Force Incensed a
New Yorker's Appointment.
ine.l
M< .? '? iv N .1 . Msrch ft ir Md i
:?.??liallj ini|io!te?i metropolitan pa
| ii? ??iian goes ??n dut) all of lh? ' ? ?
un the force have agreed t?> strik'*. -
Mark B Mu? (ha. tWCttt) '.'-als ..n th
v... .. fon ? ol >:t ?satei N? a *> ??rk. wtl
have t.? protcd the whole borough atone
That th.- ?appointment of an out-of?towi
man to the tort??? has aroused i tempes
In ?? teapot la ?putting if mlldl]. ah Me
t u ? ?i a*aa .n ??i sed this sftei n?'??ti wbei
. Neu fork paper arrived In town ?\ 11 ;
headlines announdng that one Murthi
had hei'ii Indicted for collecting graft Ii
Harlem, L*hlef of t'??!??-?' .???in. .i Plahertj
luted thi- " a * th.- ?.'tue Murtha, whlh
? 'ounctlman "Ben" H ? >?? n, pon ior tot
th.- New fork policeman, ?,?i?i he would
not bother t?> gnawer Questions sbout It
Murtha ?ss ti r?> on tbe i??i ??? ia?t Mon?
day, hm i??' has not appeared yd.
Chief !'lah?t't\ was BOtlAod l?y Ils |.o
licem?sn last week that th.-?, would not
erve with Murths, snd It Is believed
Murtha ws? told not to appeal
>
WILL APPEAL TO MELLEN
New Haven Men Will Ask Him
to Settle Wage Issue.
Boat en, March ft The tannest <?f tele??
repliera, lowermen ami m mon agents ?>t
the Ken Vor?, Non lia vu ft Hart i'.?.i
Railroad i ?r a nest schedule ?n' wag< -
ami Working rules will le put up '??
Pi ?m?i. nt Mellen for Anal action.
'ri"' K.i.ii sdjustmenl ?**ommitt?**c ?>:'
th.- Order of ?Railway Telegraphers, which
has hail ronferencee with dlfferenl Non
Haven officials for several months, re?
i ? .I to-da) a proposition mode bj Vnv
iv.siii.nl SVhsley ?>r th.? railroad, ?and
decided t<? g| peal t.. Mr. Mdleti.
?-a
STRIKE ROUTS DAN CUPID.
Pa ter son Labor Trouble Causes Big
Falling Off in Easter Marriages.
Paterae?, ti. .i . March ft Dut ?Cupid
has been ?given a ?knockout blow hoto by
the silk workers' strike, ?according In
?halles S. ??all. Register of Vital Sta
tisil. s. About a dosen licenses have been
Issusd in tin? btsl few wseks, whOs in
other yeers, ihr register says, six times
as many w . iv u?ually taken out the WSSfc
before Raster gunday,
'iii?- Calling ??ii tins year is bsllsvsd to
be ?Im tu th,, uncertain prospoul** of th?'
.silk w.irk.r?. ?**Wl_f to th?* ?May in brlnK
ltiff about tho strike settlement. ,
VIRGINIA HAMS TO BLAME
Responsible for Blasted Ro
manee and 3 Crests, Police Say
Their !???? ?iii??.'t?.?n for troll ?tared Vir
cmla h^nis tx ?aajd | ?,? tha potkse to he,
.; !?- for .1 Masted roman? a and th?
am ' ' ? st.?r.lay of i '.1..1 U s and Arth ,r
Thorrtewell, of .\<>. Mi Mth itreet, Brook
lyn, and <;.?or?;?? J>?'r.j)--<.ii. of No. M tttk
?street The tnr?'?.? wm? prla<>ner8 in tht
Pourtfa avenus j'u':-" station i??st night,
? :..?? g -i a itii burglarjr.
David ? ..<..k, af No. -.:; Mil Misal
-':?'< rrnt? ir.i??nt of .1 meat raarael at ?Xa
&S7 Third atrenue, ?-??nth >;? - . ..
peatod as ?lhe complainant afslast t.;?
thrse young men. ?s?<BeordJlBg to Geek,
wii?-n !. opened th?? market i'?r I
early y?eeterdai ntorning he ?llseovered Hat
a r. ar .' Indow had been for? ad .?i
? '. M???? hams Btolea. He comniuni<'at?"l
%?rti? ?the ?poiico. aad ?.?'??"?- wan a
algned t" t!io rca -
The ?b t ?? Uves w< ?re atrol ? ; fas 1
TI Ird avenu? near t: ? meal m? rket, tii-y
said, when Arthur Thotrn? ar? II si
s'^ii came atom?, ??n?* of them ? 1 '.?.rr.
ing .1 sulttmsa The ?i- te Uves >>top?>???l
them, and in ti??- ?soli .>?. the? ->i.
fouod a bam. .Johnson then broke ?lowl?
and declared bs aad the Tliornea ?lia ?:.+'.
1 itolen t:.. Iiams, a?-. ?.?..iii._? t ? l pelo
\\'i."i. Arthur, who denied an) part in
j tiv? tlr-ft. vas Baked where bia Mol
taras, be saM bs ?was probabl* st t.?
1 1 "? is <>' hit tiat..?.'?.?. ?n Mkhlagh ?jtraal
He I ad planned t.? marry the 1 I -
any?
The ii ?t? ' t. ? k P
peettt r..? MltMagh st -..
stout l o'clo?-k last night
v ?n walk. .1 <|..\? n the .rtn rt and
t? enter the home of I
hrii ? 'i" e police ha
him und? r arre ; H? d? ni? 1 ad say
part In the buralai .?
PLANS BIG THEATRE CHAIN
i
! Fraok A. Keency to Extnid Interests
When He Gets Father's Estate.
Prink \ K??.-n. 1*. of No. 221 C
:
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tai.? ??? : sther, t te g R K
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"1 liave ma ill ? : ? Into tl ?4
the theatrt? al '?nsln??-? ? ? -
- ? -:?!,! Mr. K- .-:.-? "|: ? I .
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