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WILSONS MIND OFtN :
ON CHINESE POLICY
No Definite Decision Reached,
as to Attitude of Administra?
tion Toward China.
WANTS TO PROMOTE TRADE
President Determined. How?
ever, Not to Restrict American
Government's Freedom to
i i ron The TVIhuac Hureau]
Washington .March 8. The ?Prei
it clear In ?i liaart?te?hearl talk with
the newspaper men this Safternoon that he
has not >?t .!.?. ni. ?i on .? definite poll?*?
toward 'Mm, but, rather, la earnestl)
?tudytm the sittiatlon and gathering sll
nformatlon on 11 ? He
i.-, however, determined no! to Ind the
oven ? in) Inti ?national agree
? mi--; Hi" final,?'ia! trOUbl?
''iiina or lo ?back ;? : ? \ business ?projorti i'i
I It'll ., ??..> as to i.;i\.? lin I'n.i..; S'rt?
?Mth..!it ir. ??loin t., . [ independently if
' e '? ???-.. i y
- Br ?naoi K. .. onfld? ntlml sd
f Bun 1 ?it--, h ?in?! teebnical at ere
tary c tl Chln**se Rallwaj Commission,
?nnh is arranging for 10,00(1 mil?
trunk line railways In (Vhlna, ?conf?
?<-Ith i*?? ?rid? m w llaoi to?daj and h -
i him that Amei I? an capital s
? ? ??t.?.i in in? i Itwa* projeel He
.1 be kn? a thai ?Presid? ni W ;'
attltudi toward th? Chimes? loan met with
ipptroval "* th? ? 'hli ?se pi
government, which had iomplain<*d
-i Just til".-.? teal ? ? - ??? the pro
i loan which Mr. \\ llson t" ind ol -
Th? pris t ->t Mr. Re* - i
Mon eras I ei tain, II possibi?. the sd?
?n's pollc) toward bt slness ?en?
terprises In Cldna bj ?.in? ri.-.m ?a, ? ..
???d?i.? i)?i? ni of governmt nt aid,
was ' ?Id labal a i? unit? poll??)' had not
\. i been let? tmin? d upon.
Th? it? .-kI? m i-k??i Mr. if?*., i" prepar?
ind i ? Il to him n memorandum and
I to st the queution very t are
Mr v. mi ".nat.d that the develop:
? ? ? - i dministration's polies ton i d
hii a would i gradual and well mea i
ur< ?i Thai th? ? ? ? - .t? ntlon of
withdrawing tie potential Influence foi
iT''t? ' ti.'ii which this government ha?; es
?? , ? ? of ? 'bins ?md that I ?
Wilson idmlnistration would make a vig
oroui eflorl to t r.?:? ? ?t. Anglican I
nt? rests In tb' - the Impresskm
?gathered by some of the ?PresMent'i call
I ? point ??' rieur, Il ws
-.ni. was f h the ?Ji Ited ?States would i??1
n a fa better i oritton t?. h??ip pn m i ?
th? integrity of Chins by remaining out
.'?v particular agreements which
might have for their objeet :? volee in
China's ?'?iitical future than by actual
Tb? . dmlnlstratl-tm think?? that ?t can
win more favor srltb cuna ?'ind be cf
sctual service ar- a tHsinterested
? -, than as an ambitious partn??' in
".?.in airraa rn.nt. wlii-li, hy its t-rni??,
- ' Und the United Btatoa to future
th? powr?- uitij respect
Thal ?i pronoun cement ma) t*S mad?
i.'. ?'i'??.-tdftit Wilson setting forth the
hop??.- of this government for a share In
t>. ??.? ? and ommeroa of the new re
publlc, through what it bellevea more
Imate means. Is hinted at m otii^iai
i ?f espacial slgaifteanes at this time is
th?? deflnite statement that President Wil?
ton - tly seeking to Indues John
H Mott. ?MM of trie prominent interna?
tional secretaries ol the Young Men's
Christian Association, ta tak- the ??Mut of
Minister to ?"hin'?- It is snggtsltd in of
ti. lal circles that the administration
iorognlsre the influ-mce which t*unericas
ons nnd religious Institutions have
had in the regeneration of China, and be
?i?\.- Mr. M"tt ?seuM he an important
<rx. tot In the harmonious discharge of
the neM Vtows of the mls?>iori world with
,.?r?rt to ?"hit??., and th? Washington
administration as well.
With th- ?aeeeptaaoe by Dr. Mott. an?i
perhagS ?'? lllpplenteillsiy statement >.r,
the American attitude toward ?securing
trade d' retOpOMUt tn the Orient, it is be
ll.-v??! the climax of the Chinese ritiiatlron
would be formal recognition by this ?***-***?
mutent of the Chinese IUpubll?
A .aille dispatch from Th? Tribune'l
I Of respondent at Shanghai outlining local
sa-ntlment with regard to th?> withdrawal
of American participation in the projected
H\-P<?\vor loan app? am in Part IV, page -J.
NO ICEBERG PATROL BY U. S.
Secretary McAdoo Thinks British
\\ a ?hing ton. Mar. h 22 ? Tiie United
st.?es probably win not patrol the North
Atlantic ?tonmship ian?.< for Icebergs, In
\|o-,. ei th" a? ti'.ri of tiM Hr.tish Hoard of
Trade and |5rit!-u Steamship Inter.tsts In
?endtnf the v?hai?r .?-cotia for that duty?
The New York Maritime ?Sxchaage
strongly urged the Treasury Department
to a.iHign revenue ratters, hut gecretsry
McAdoo thinks the ?steps taken hy the
ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALES.
imam ??mi m m HTW iwkarx
On Free View Beginning March 26
Antique Chinese & Japanese
Pottery and Porcelains
Carvings in Wood and Ivory. Pewter
and other metal work, Greek and Ro?
man Glass, Japanese Color Prints,
Kakemonos and European Etchings
I ..llr.-t.-H ll>
Unrestricted Public Sale
On Saturday and Monday Afternoons
March 29th & 31st. si 2:30 o'Clock
I In- ?.?!?? ?till in- < ondini.il h.
MR. TIIO.M *.*? K. KIKHY, of the
American Art Association, Manaj-ers
ENGINEER DARES DEATH
TO SAVE 125 PASSENGERS
Drops 40 Feet Through Bridge Into River
with Locomotive and Fireman After
Halting Coaches on Brink.
Lyndonville, VI . Ifareh - - ?Fsclns
whsl appeared to ?be inunlnenl d?seth f?r j
himself, ?the engineer ol s ?passenger tram
from Montreal fm- Boston brought the
crowded coacb?**s to an abrupt ?stop on the :
. .is. nf .1 fu. i nu: bridge to-da)
.\n Instant ?Jatsr tia- ?structure, weak
tm i by s flood, ?gave era) undei ?the
weight of the te-ronmtlve, ?rhl t> *v'''' I*
crew, plunged Into the Ice choked stream.
The 126 paasengen who ?scrambl-ed oui
of the cars to learn the cause of their
?sudden shaking up received s ?second
shock when trainmen reported that an?
other bridge over the Passumpsl? River,
a mile i?.?? k, liad i??-? n - w? pi sa ij ? ""?
m. tit after their train had cleared it.
The englneei snd Amman luckllj dropp-ed
Into open water, snd swam sshore, little
the s oi s? fot their espei leni ? ?
The Passumpsic ?River tad ?risen rapid? ?
ly Bin? ? j ? -?? ? da]. ?wh? n s wai m sun and ?
? ?nal showers melted th? les and ,
?non along Its ?bsnks [ce Jams piled up
si man) ?points
During the night two other railroad
bridges over ?the river <>n the ?Connecticut
an.i Psssumpslc division of the B?oeton I
.Main? road were carried swsj under
??i? -?-il s of Ice and water.
The train that so narrow!) escaped dis?
aster was s local th.it left Montreal last
night, and was due In r.<>st"n tnis after?
i ?"i . 'i carried passengi rs from all along
The engineer, John Bsstmsn, tad fell
ins way cautiously through the flood ?die?
trict, k?eeping s sharp eye on river cross
Ingi ?ti he approached the bridge neai
tins station in saw thai the sbutmenl had
been weakened, and, n cerslng ins ?raglne,
? Ispped on the air brakes.
?J'h? train ?came t.. .? halt, bul no! until'
tin* tocomotlv" i .??i added its weight to
tin* weskened pier, causing II t?. collspsa
Th.? coupling i>?t ?.?.?? ?t? the engine -"'?i the
<ars .-nan!?.?!, .??nil ?EsStUISn and his
fireman took a i"-f??ot drop, clinging to
ti .? sides i'f the i ah.
WILLIS MOORE QUITS
AS WEATHER PROPHET
His Rosignation as Chief of the
Government Bureau Will Take
Effect on July 31.
? I Ibai ? Bon is '
Washington, March 8. Willis L Mo
of the Weather Bureau, resigned to
s? creta ry ll.?ii-t"ii accepted the
?resignation, after ? talk ??'?t?i Presiden!
Wilson, to i>'i''?m<? effective on Julj
s. eretar>' Ho ton ex] ilhed that lh<
? .?f ehlel <>f tii" Westher Bureau wt
not covered by civil ?enrice tvilm, and
? ildential sppointm? nt
"We have n.? in? In mind now," ?aid
the Secretary, "hut w i ; i trj to gel th?
he<t man ??i can of scientific ability snd
.si? m "
i ??--. Moore's c tmpaign for the ol -
. ??! Secretary of Agriculture proved
t.? be s boomerang, according to thoe?
familiar ?with the fact? resulting In his
retirement. ?President Wilson li report? ?
to have be? n sorel : s Ith the
; - put forth In b? half ??' !'
MOOI ". ??> be ?v.i> fairly delu -
letters Indorsing th?' W? it h? r if
The activity ?><" employe? and on.
under Professor Moor? In ting 1
candidacy was especiall] dtspl?saslng t"
Mr. Wilson, and tbe Pn sldenl b? ? ?
? icientlsl sbould be In charge of the
Weather Bureau, and could .best proi
its ?nine t?. botta commet*? lal ??; u
The Information given to President WU
s?>u w.ii. that employes ?? t . ? i oActals in
th?? weather ottices throughout the coun?
try took un active part in PrOfeaOOf
Moore's btbalf, with the ?result that he
eras the recipient of more eatenslve in?
florscassnta than any man who ever
sought a Cabinet office
Professor Moore declined to i
statement. "Everything la all friendly,
i?,., bis comment "After .July si, I i
retire to my ?arm "
MOOSE CAUCUS TO BE OPEN
?House Progressives Will Reject
Old Party Secrecy.
Wasldngton, March ?2.? The Proi
sives, projected n ti a n s minority part)
>?t the Hour-?, pi inned to-night to p? f<
their organisation her? on April j at ?i
conference which li to i wide open i ?
th? public. Tl d< partur?
lriun the traditional e istora ? t party ? on
:? r? nc?es at Washington and is part <?i th?
?? foi m propaganda ? hav?
tes*.? 'i tir?- n n lotit?, sentim< ni
tt.-?? representation, i
The Demo tatic li id r, M?. I i det woo I
as head ol the Ways and Means Commit
t? - n iiii'ti frame i th? i ? i - inn? i ol the
House eommltteea la dtoposed to ?-? iv? the
Preen*t*l\tu, 'i they form s party organ!
sal n. whal he and ?? - i *-? colleague? may
regard on fair treatment la ;irr es on
rtant i ommlttees it' thli plan
<-arri?-?l out it is possible thai R? i resents
ti\. Victor Mur.iock, <?f Kansas, ??li" li
to ' < tixt- Progressive n?Mnln*?e for Bpeakei
an?l Boot leader o? tur minority, or somi
- m? ri.b? r ??f tin- new poiitK'a: factoi
In tli>? ?Ions?! may I'?- allotted u plaOS on
tii?? Ways and Means Committee, and
other?) on tin? Appropriation-?, Judidar,
and oiti??r eommittoea
Rsprssentatlvs Faloon? r, <>** Washing?
ton, a Progresslva ?""aid to-night that th?
Progressives were unantni ?'is In the be
lief thai there is nothi ig In the details of
the ?.r.'iu.i/.ation for ?iftectlve v o?'k that
rails for tlie closed door caucus. "The
public," h<- said, "it Interested ?'i matters
ol organisation In Congress and I
titled to know."
Representative Murdoch ?siso ieclnted
that "everything shall be open and above
board'1 ?and that "the touiadatlon stone
upon ?viii.ii the whole ?superstructure ol
-?-. la] privilege, corrupt! in and i
government has been reared In tiiis eoun*
iiy ha? been the secret caneua"
Meantima the Dem airats snd Repub?
llcans of th? House are going ahead x tv.
their plans for the secret < au-cuses for
organization of the 11" UM.
FRENCH SCIENTIST COMING
Dr. Paul Marchai Will Study the
Killing- of Insects.
Waihlngton, ?March B, Dr. Paul Mar?
chai, z??oi(,;'i?t of tiie Agronoml? ;?i Insti?
tuto, Paris, and member <>f the ?Trench
??I'iiii'tiiy. ?s eosntag to the United ?Stab ?
next inoniii ??, ?-i id] whal this countrj i
doing to destroy ?i'l.i and forest Inserts.
, With Dr. L a Howard. ? Mel m I
I burea** f'f ratomology, the Prone!) ?sd?
Icntlst ??ill make a tour ol tbe thirty-five
fi.'id stottons around which this work
?Dr. Marchai win be the fifth f?*-rslgB
scientist witinn the last few years to
study tas American i>ur?-au of entomol?
ogy. from ens of tix-s.?, ?Tiofsssui K
Escherleh. ?>f tbe Qeintaa ltoyai s*oreai
Sei...ni at Tharsndt ths Department <>f
agrieulture i???<i\.?,i t..-day ? haadaomsly
Illustrated monograph, m which ths d?sc?
l.nr.tioii was inrnl.? thai the I nil? ?i Stiit. s
!ed the World in ? ?oil' ml? ?-iil'iimjlo^x
noik xPtottuum ?Bsch? ?rieb m ??s <;?i
raany to organise and make ,t earrful
study ?if economic entomology.
Moth of these ?elentlM?? and three from
Krif-liind, who spent considerable perl'ds
here In the Kam?' field of Htu?ly, came at I
GARRISON WANTS ECONOMY
Secretary of War Plans Changes
in His Department.
' ri Tl ? " i ne Buraaii
W sshii pfton, March :.? u Ith a r!< ?> to
launching a campaign t?? promote ? ? on
omj and efllcienc) In the sdmlnlstrstlon
of the \\ ar Department, the Becretary of
War held .? conference lo-day aith staff
? ' ? - snd bureau heai and outl ??? ??
m?, in ? g< net si s 11 s? v< ral com?
mute? were appoints t<* Investlgat? ind
?? ; tt? r. port - : < gardlng ? ?" lous
systemi and methods noa employed In
? d? partment.
Th? ? i onon - snd
????:?. condemned the ijrst? ed In
djutanl an? ofll? snd i.
mended numerous chai g? ? R?t< om
? ? ridatloni were made relativ? t?? ?
branch?.- of th? d? partni? nt, but fl I
tary BUmroi did not fall) ?agre? with all
of them, and few ? tai g? re 1
Bei retar] Q purpo ? ike a
thorough study ol I.|u? tl?
practically to r? ?? gsnlse the clei ? woi
M.- Garrison recognlsei lhal It * :?"*
ive i ??. . ? tailing
? v m. tl .,..;. corn
.? pond? nci and keeping reo
\ ffect these reforms s
HUGHES AIDS OREGONIAN
Jersey Senator Urges King for
Court of Claims.
Fi Mn The Trl - I
Washington, March i Senator
ol New Jersey, appeared al th? White
House to-da) looking for patrol iff?
at ;?ji an extraordinary procedure for a
i k mocratlc ? t?te
in ?this Instsnce, however, lhi s
wss ?not looking for office fot enl
??t hi. oa n tat? bul f"i an es
i rom ? ?i egon W llllam !:. Kli ?
Judge King, Mr n igh? told :! ? '
?i? nt, would i men '?? r of the
Court of Claims. Jusl ?what the President
told ?9? tutor Hugh? - s not i m out ed
REMSEN BOARD MAY GO
White House Meeting's Start
Rumors of Dissolution.
Wai hington, Ifsrch 22 Confei
da) between Dr. Ira K. Rei enl
..f the -<?-? ailed "':. msen ?Purr Pood
Board, s?- retar) llourton, of the i ??
p irtmenl of ?Vgrlcull re ?? i Pr? Id nl
Wilson led to .?? port tha? the Remsnn
board .?"??n would i? dissolved Neither
s? retar) lloust? i not Di R? msen would
make ?positive ? tat? menu.
it wss po nt? i out ? liai I ? n oi '. ol I ?
board can now be done by the reorgati sed
-, ??', en " -'.i ?? . i ??
tiKhtH in ths ?administration ol th?
food law have i I ? ?J the ?R? msen
board, which manv ardent supportai
Dr. Harve) W W Hey, form? r chief ol th?
i.mean ?>f chemistry, charged tampered
_ , ??.. lent sdmlnisti il ??n <>r the laa
FOR CHEAPER MARKETING
New Agricultural Department
Division Starts Soon.
Washington, March 8 Plans foi ths
organlsatlos of the dlvl don of markets,
which is t?. try to discover metbodi f??r
mors economics! marketing ??f tood ?,ir?i?i
ucts, sre bring made by s joint com?
mlttee of chlefi of divisions In the ?De
partment ??i Agriculture
The nea dlvfa Ion, for which ? !onj
provided ta*XoP9, will be able t?? t-egln II
InvesUgatlon In a f< a weeh B? *'? ral
officiait expr?s ed ?the opinion to-da) that
the Information they will be able t?> dis?
seminate ?in in? v.nt much duplication In
,.,,.t of g< tttng food from produo r to
3,000 IST VIRGINIA
STIERS IN DEMAND
International President An?
nounces Settlement with
Paint Creek Company.
THE RIGHT TO ORGANIZE
Mr. White Also Hopes Soon to
Get Concessions and Termi?
nate Walk-Out of 7,000
?Philadelphia, March Si?John P. Whtts.1
International president of the ?United Min?
Workers of America, an.meed h-tre to?
day thai s bssts ??i settlement sstls?
factory to ths men had been rssched erlth
the representativas of the Paint Creek
Collieries Company, whoa? miners In
Wesi \ Irglais inn.? i??- n ?on strike for
sboul i. n months
Then ?are nearij ten thousand men on
striks in th.? West Virginia fields and tb?
exi n.) settlement affects about three
I thousand of them, according to Mr.
whit.? Tl ? strike ef tin- mint i- ??f ?the
Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal Mining
? tompany ?continues.
Negotiations ?looking tow,mi a ?settle
men! hav? been i r> pi ogress for som?
time, Mr. whit?? said, snd resulted in a
?conference here with T. J. Poster, of
?Bcranton, I'*-tin . ?ho la Identtffed ?wltn
the Palnl ?Creek company. Mr. Fomtet
?i- ured him thai th.- company wanted
t?> i? a? h .. settlement, and ???>? two men
soon vi;:'.. ?i .?n ,, but Is
Mr. W i .!?? further ssld thai the com
nany would grant ths main demand f??r
which the mlnei ha.? ?been ??ontendlng,
th.? right ?>i tin- men t<? organise.
Mr, Whits .?-aid. would carrj with 11
monthl) pay, check welghmen and psy?
m. ?it for a tuti i f j.???' pounds
Ml White ?ill return tu Weal Virginia
??n Monday, and ?i i probabl ?Ml on
?Governor HatneM t?> la.k over the situa
1: l ? ?? ? ? ,rs?- ?.f .? few ?la I B, ' Ml
t W iti : a ?I iti a Statt ni? ?;t tO | Ight, "off!?
I ? ...1 ? ?. , v? -. ntltiC hoth ivt? r< sts xx:\l in? -I
and formulate the details, snd ?thus 1er?
th? ;???.'?? ?ii.? a v ?> .? ?
i ' 'i ? ? ? ? ? - t ? tu,!., t - i?f the
W? ? Virginia coal leid . so pr
that it im not Improbable th? strlk? -?mi?
ni.-nt v. ?:i :, read t" othet s? ? tl?m o
i ' ? ..?., ? had ?? '?? ? ? ? ?
prepara! i to intii t 11 ?
ni t.. ?..t.- and th? oi
u 'st Virginia ? ?????? ?i i ?
rights a? ? orded th?em b I is ni
ti ? ?righl lo organist smi-mor.l
ia\ , t ?? right t? empli y ch?
? L t ????!."?: ?
? ?. el, In addll ??? I i
I . "I. Will be ?m; I
to ca sstion
; i.ii.i. nsl i gh s ol to the
_ ipr? mi ? '??? !" ' I l e 1'nlted Btati
Chsrleston, W ''
tted throui it the K
. ? " en thi
?? n Mine Workers of At
? ? r-?k Collieries
. v ? ?;. t,t . fn-.-t Sii ' I "h
? .. . , ?i tw.. m Hi lar Creeh an
i -. |
! ? lovi ' oi ?lenr) D. if-?' | re?
? en who I i
? ) the mllll
Ti... i t ? is? ? mbrs? e both Paint
Whll? few? ? ? ?? hav?
been on strike In th? Paint Creeh section,
t of the violence hi
ti,. ? Inception on ipril I
I'M; in ? t it tlmi there ?
I considerable bl
?toon ?f.? r the strike ws I ? d ? lovernor
? dedai tlal Ian \ ths
nvad? the sti Ik? son? pra? t. ?
i condltloi - snsi ? h) d< \ ?slop? d H
of m? lied ah? ad of th? ?sol I
? towt i.t. y ? ? ntlre militia
??? ? h the t.- Id v
i ?. i. : tored .?tul the I
| Within i time Oo? ? Q
I ?... k fui the a?
! iw. Th? ti?i"i i? main? i In Ih? tiiu?
H? Id i" moni Oraduall) th? > wen
withdrawn until all
i.lamation ws ? not lifted \ f? ?
months ago miner i and d? iti
i in a t..itt'. Mora than ?< scon ol
sons i .rtsd to ha ?? I?? en killed, i>?ii
; deftt " ? ?? ? atlon ?? ?to t italltlei
net ?i been ai ailaUi. ? th? I |; I ?
In an Isolated mount tin ?ll?trl?-i Wl le
I i ?i. ? ? '?-ii the militia **.<. ag i
order? to th? strtl.untrj ?
KNAPP REMAINS ARBITRATOR.
w a. hin 't?.?i Mar? n ?Pr? Idlng Judt ?
Martin A Knapp, of the Commerc? Court,
was redeslgnatod to-day i?v iv? ? i?|.i,i
W iis.in t?. at as an arbitrator under the
Krdman .??-t ti?- designation bj ?Pr?
deni Taft expirad on March '
TWO HELD AS SLAYERS.
Antonio ).? r?.? ?, ..r v., ca i;? , i.-.ih
street, ?and Rs: mond Blanco, of \? tl
East 13th ?street, ?arrested early yesterday
morning <>n s charge <?i murdering Glu?
:? i?i?i Manganl, of No. ii" ?Baal un, atn ? i.
were arraigned ?before Magistrats Corri?
gan in Bases Msrkel court snd remanded
lo th.oner. Th? murder waa commit?
ted m Mangani's saloon Pebruar) i>.
AU Spring and Summer
Right through ?Easter, Dworation Day. Fourth of
July and Labor Day for six long months?you
can wear the Holeproof Hosiery you buy in one of
the Five Brill Stores to-day. We will replace with
new hose any that do not wear six months.
For Men, Women and Children
6 Pairs Guaranteed to Wear 6 Months
I?or Men, 6 pairs, $1.50: Mercerized, $2; Silk Lustre, $3
Men's Silk Holeproof, 3 pairs guaranteed for three months. $2
For Women and Children, 6 pairs, $2; Silk Lisle for Women, $3
Women's Silk Holeproof, 3 pairs guaranteed for three months, $3
ll't are New York Aataia, Mail <i?<l phaits orders pr?wipxiljf fitinl.
BROADWAY, st 49th St. 279 BROADWAY, or. Chambers St
47 CORTLANDT ST., near Greenwich. 125TH ST, at 3d Ave.
UNION SQUARE. 14th Street, West of Broadway.
NO WORD FROM DR. ELIO
Wilson Awaiting His Decisic
as to London Post.
Washington, ?March '.'.. Ke wofdwso?1
e.?iv??d to-dri?. ..,,?,, | ,,- i'harl.s W. xtSht
|.r?*-ident emeritus "f Harvard, as
whether be would accept President ??*
?son's offer of th?? mission to Great ?Brttal
With the ?????'?nnti.in <?f Mr. UeComht
bs Ambasssdoi t.. prance, ?th. name
Angustui TlMtaias, ths plaj* wrlgbt. s
revived ss ? candidate for the place
I,:?.-- been und? rstood for -?-"nie time that
Mr. M?-? '??n.i.?- d<**clln?Bd Mr- TlMMtsas woo
yi the ?Paris smbaasy, ?thougb no turn.
off? r has > ? l ;.n made
William Church Osborn, <>f Men For
??Im? Is bsU*k] spi?k?*it ni* IOS thS Fren?
place, ii? is now travelling sbroad.
it eras ?said io?-Sa] thai lbs l*Teshlei
had .i-i'i'i'ii on ?i man t" i"' Ambassod?
I., Russia, but liif?iiinati"n was laiklni
though Chsrles u. Crana of -Cbloago, bs
often t-ten mentioned i??r that r>?>?t.
NEW PARCEL'POST STAMP
Old Issue Easily "Raised" an
Hard to Determine Worth.
Washington, March It -The design ?
a new and smaller parcel pool stamp ws
Rpprovt*-d t??-d.?y by ?Posttnoster Oenen
Rurleson, numerous complaints thai tl
i resent stamp, ail denominations ?if whlc
?i.f the ?.ni!'? color, la hard i" dli
tlngulsh ss to value snd easll) "raised
??.ii:??. d th.? chang? ?
Ti? n??i? design ??ill ?posses no srtlstl
merit, bul ?\?i i..?ai only s lar?.'?' numera
'I'll?- denomlsatlons ???ill be ''. diff?rer
cotera Approximately tnA.StS ?will b< .???
? rat|) bj ii.' imaller ?tamps
AT ODDS ON INCOME TA)
Democrats Must Settle Gradu
ation Idea in Caucus.
w tuhinston March :.'-' I HI.
;:iii??iik I ?. i n. >. ??.'!.?-. i. rardlng 11" rot ?
?'I' th? Ml.-"Ill'' t:?X ?'. ill 1" Hi?.i h< '
??it .'t n.snlng ?Democratic cau
the il?.. i ib commll
III? U syi and M? .in- ? "tn
mlttee ?**onMl?ierlng the Income ta*, sm
the sdmlnlatr itlvi ..?..?-. ... nt mo I e
It .? ?'???r details, bul reached n?
conclusion ss to either th? rate or the es
tent of the ? of In? ornee
..-t thai then
must ? n ? ; i Itiat? d ta\. and i ol
:;? ? i? -? ntal re ?lain? ? ":
? ?r.. >.'. those x ho will rrtrht i"i
U ?? graduated t.?\ In a 11 the ?com?
ttt-e majorlt Is tralght
t..?. without sttemp Ins to graduate II ^r
I - t" mak. the .:?.''? ' I" .'? ???
burden ; est on th? ; hei clssset Mr
i ;:, pet
-m ol the m? inhere ol
th? I? ?'!? i -? i?????'? ? ?i ?
Mr ' ? '? ?i ii ?n tt Is bat li ",
i .?i itlon ??f ths t.?? ? ?n? ?half ol ' t,rt
betw? en t.' 100 rit.d 110.
?? and 18.000;
ren $2 ,000 si ? I.?
.... .. on i 1100,1 " an :
It per ?m on .??i Incomes above noo,00<X
? ? i . the vi. w-a eald U
I by Ch ? rn.an Und? rWOOd ?f'.'i
K? ?? ? ? '.'.?? Hull, '
thor of the I me tas plan thai ? I
? but Is ut n.ommltti consld
"PUZZLED." SAYS TILLMAN
Can't Under.stand How Martin
Jumped Over His Head.
I -rusta, Os., Man h !?..- "I sm w I nt
y about it Perha] It was a spertal
?f Providence to keep me front hilling
? ' ? ?.?...ik foi th? IUCOMS of tin?
\\.?-i..\i Wllaon administration." nid M
?: ?; ol ?' i ? Ina. to-day dl
. . ? ...... Martin to
?hip of th? ?? ? ?' ;
.. d -'? ? it.-.
?.'. m irtln jut-in ? ?i ?.????i mj
? . ive. if h? s ? -
? ? ? icus, v i y ? hou Id b* liave
made ' h ill n sn ?1 l:?? ?ppropi latloi
i ? | through :
..ii the a-e ' ' ? where h?
pui i?' ... ... i ik? ?' ' llttl? t n In state
??turns i Wa ? Ingtoi
BALLINGER'S NAME OUT
Witness Says It Was Erased
from Frost & Co.'s Books.
DONE BY RECEIVER'S ORDER
Judge Landis Halts Land Fraud
Trial and Demands Immediate
Production of Records.
''hi?'Hi;o. Mdr?*)i 22. -Testimony that the
books of Albert C. Frost & To. had been
??honKe-d ?\hile they wer?- in the hands of
a r-ceiver halted to-day the trial of
Proal and his four sesodstss, ?liar?*-?!
with Alaskan bind ?frauda, and directed
tin? inquiry into other channels.
Judge Lundis, before whom the tria! Is
?being conducted, declared: "The quso?
timi of the United States HRainst Mr.
Proof snd 'he otter defendsste is g sniaii
offence -compared ?wttk the charge just
\Vh>n A ?". Frost A i'o. failed, three
; -ears uro, <;cort<e M. SewarU, one of the
defendants In the land fraud <-barges,
was spooiatsd roeolvee, and the books
arers turned OTOr to lnm. The corpora
tlnti Is distinct from Mr. Frost's interests
i?i th? ChlCSgO 1 Milwaukee Blsotrle
Railroad and the Alaskan Central Kall
On examtnatlofl ?by D B Tesrasend,
spa La| Assistant Attorney Genera!. \V.
F, Wandtke, l?ookkp?*;)tT for Frost, tes
ttfled that sln<*<? th?"? books had been
I turnsd SSSr to Mr. S??ward, gg receiver.
; ?ertaln namss had been STSSSi. Among
thCM names was that ?if Klrliard A.
Balllnger, es?Untted State? Land i'om
loner ?and lenislsrj of the interior.
Judge Acts Promptly.
"At whoso direction did y??u erase th'
name of Mr BslHngSff" ask?*d Judge
I ? .m th? rsquest ?of Mr. Seward snd Mr.
Frost," was the gtisarer.
| Judge LSn^lfl nrd< r>??l the bailiff tn ?um
ni??n several United States deputy mar
I ahals They appeared a moment later,
?when the Jury was excused and Mr.
Seward was called before the bench a?
the deputy marshals entered.
"Go to Mr. Frost's office," said ths
Judge to the deputies, "and seek out and
bring Into ??ourt every book of Mr. Frost's
that Is supposed to be in the hands of a
I Attorneys for the defence objected to
! the procedure.
"Your honor has no right to give such
an order," proteste?l Amos R. Marhton.
"This issue la entirely asid?- from the
trial of Mr. Frost and his associates for
land frauds. Wo haven't DCOS called lo
here -to defend this case."
Brooks No Delay.
"Go get the b?ioks. What ar?? Sou wait?
ing for!" exclaimed IttdgS Leadle to the
deputies, interrupting further remaiksof
| The books were produ?-ed in COUtl thi?
afternoon, and Judge l.aiulis or?l??red
thom to be delivered to the ?lerk of the
District ?'ourt for saf?' keeping until the
I question of the receivership was adjusted.
This phagg of the < ontroversy probsMy
will tiot be consl?ier.-.l until the trial of
the land fraud essSO is . ?on? lud?'d.
The government closed its case later
in the day. A motion to take the ? a.-?
from the jury is to be argued on Monday.
CANADA WANTSJO KNOW
Asks President About Preser
vation of Food Fish.
[fteas The Tritvin?? Baissa. 1
Washington. March :"2.-The Mtfsh Am
bRsador and W. D. Haven, the CsaSdtSS
Minister of Marine and Fisheries, ?all"?!
on President Wilson to-day retrardltu: f.
preservation of food g-h in ?he boundary
waters between the United States an-l
('anada. They wished to be informed as
to the administration's altllats t?.war.l
proposed law? recommended by the Joint
President Wilson will BTge 'ongres? h,
a sp?-?-lal message, if n'ressary. to i? :?
Into effect some of the recommen-latlot.?
of the commission.
SCOUTS GIVE TAFT A KNIFE.
Augusta. Ga.. March 22 The ?BOJ Icggfa
?if Augusta presented fwFreetdSBt Taft
with a gold knife thhl morning. A de!?*.
gati'?n of seouts called on Mr. Taft a?.
his hotel Just before ?he ITettl tS tlM ptM
/?VitKEN, S ort St Co
FIFTH AVI.., corner 39th Street
RICH NOVELTIES OF FEMININE FINERY
?Tailored Hats- Stylish?Inexpensive
Gowns, Wraps, Waists, Neckwear, Lace?. Veilings, Em
broideries, All-( ?vor-. Silk*?. Ribbon?*. Fine I ?
Underwear, infants' and Children's Hats and Garment
BROADWAY, corner 18th Street
The Hampton Shops ?
and the Country House
TT is upon the broad, airy Porch or
Veranda as often as in the actual
Living Rooms themselves that the fam?
ily life of the Country House seems
to center itself throughout the golden
Among our Hampton Shops Repro?
ductions of the Oak and Walnut Fur?
niture of Tudor and Stuart times will
be found a wealth of suggestions tor
the Tables, the Chairs and the com?
fortable Settees which are adapted to
outdoor as well as indoor use.
THE GRAND RAPIDS
I Furniture Company
34 and 36 West 32d Street
Between Fifth Ave. and Broadway
I HAMPTON SMOPB j