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FEAR OF "MONEY TRUST]
DOOMS RESERVE PLAN
Rejection Awaits National As?
sociation Originated by
Both House and Senate Com
mittees Bent on Estab?
n t Trll u - '
?\ a Man h .' .mo ?: '" mo
? : i-11 ? '< ?i? r, ?? front
i problem of currency teform thri?
disposition to weigh I - ir?
bel ?? taking any .?? tion, but senti
? has so far crystslHsed as to i
tain thai i ' s plan for .1 na I onal 1
,. ? .. ??;?.?? ] former
-? ? ? ? tldrich and adopt? d I y 1 he
Monetary Commission, will be rejected.
Tu ire ?given for this attitude
On? Is that any scheme ?;f reform
. osed '-? S< nator Aldi ? - was
? ?hatrman ol the commission, will be
lemned by the people wholly Irres*
?' any id? ' II it may have. Ths ol
hat a tiiai.ni". of ?Democrats ?are 01 :
to ?anything thai savor of s cent
'ank or s cenU-alls? - I "? if
'baratter which 1 ?ill set " Bs il agenl
of the ?gov? ?
The trend appears to he toward ?
trallsatloa. The fear of domli
Wall Btreet ?t New York, or thi "b
trosl will Im a?ccordlng to pr?
cations, one of the factors
< I legislation for I eoni ratioi
There ?? 1 possl ?? that Ihe sugges
tloas of tho Monetary Commission mi
adopted to ths extenl of the
?n?-nt of regional reserve
which shal - pendent ?
other, although vn'l'T the ?? ?
\ ision of thi goten 1: ? ? ? 'i
l"> an ? spansion of thi
1 -, Benatoi ? ?elation to
, vt, ..; dit by 1 of certill?
.utis in umes of money stringency ?such
- ? from the movement ol
It Is probable, therefore, that both the
? .. . . .? Housi ? ommltt? I ;
. onal or Indi i" -
ot some kind i?? ?provMi
.??i will work fe/rwerd from 'ha'
? ? ? \\ ilson
? 1?. takei up ?.
? . ? ?rk will '?e
nmttt? ?.- al >t
enl ' will
? ? ? ?
1 ?? ? ?orne?
not hi DJ
?banking ? ?pert who might
? - thi Investigation
British Government Introduces
Bill for Rearrest After
Mar?-] i:< ginald ?Mc?
keni ? the Homo Becretary, will to-day
? the House of Commons
'?1 bill for dealing with the hunger
strikers, if provides for the releas?
il? ruse of the hunger strikers when In
a state ol ; ollapse, for ,-i pi
for recovery in the homes of friends or
In hospital find then their narrest, the |
..? ess being repeated ?again and again
if Boeeasary until the full term of tho!
?? ? tOtttO has actually been served In
The Injury caused to the beattli of
Syhii Pankhurst by the forcible feed?
'tip ehe had to ?i-irlerp" for five ?are?
tn -Falloway jail Is much n?"re aerlou
?ban vas first suppoaod. Since her re
*ep?e b| e has utterly collaps? l and is
gl present 'n a nursing home.
Mra; Fankhurst, who Is in attendance
upon her daughter, stated yesterday
thai es BOOB as It Mas advisable to
move the patient she would he con?
veyed Into the country In a motor am
As a result of forcible feeding it la
reported that some blood vess.-ls in
Sylvia Pankhnrst's ?-yes have burst,
and that tho r?sultant continuo il
'deeding is very serious.
Hefused admission to tho Independent
Labor party's conference in ft ego tila
?ion Hall. Manchester, yesterday, S
party of suffragettes speedily tefk an
aihuslng revenge. Eluding the police
S?d stewards who were keeping watch,
?h??v ?dipped a heavy chain througli the
handles of th? swing doors and fast
?-red tho ends of tho chain with a pat
ent padlock. All attempts to break the
? haln or to foro? the padlock failed,
and s blacksmith v.lth an axo had to
be called to reopen the der,, p,
Ifeaawhlle, totally ohli\ tons of the fart
that they were Imprisoned, tho dele
pates were acclaiming the rich's of
women to the franchise. Fix women
??cited .Tames Keir Hardie and Philip
Fnowden with sauS-gOS ?is they left the
L/>r,d'->n. March ?4 ? Suffi Igelte Incen-I
diaries visited Beckenham, a south?
'il'url. i.f I.?? doi .'??!. .
? *? ? . ? i" ,, hou
' ;" Th? 010044 II ?.?.. r.
? ? \."ik 1 ., i ?- - . ?
man. Th? y feed
flan t ??? were ex tint
hip soil llnh
wich, K< n*. hav? be? n tl
SOCIALISTS IN FRANCE
FRIENDLY TO GERMAf
Francis do Pressense Gives
Dream of Getting Back
: .. .
., ? . I I . ? ? '??.:?
by th? Satloi ? 'ongr
Pitting h*re. "
thai Hi?' pre?
? of ai the na
rhtch < ould be i
? reduce th? ira
Of 111" |W'.'
? Suata? ( Herv?
? ? ? (hat la aho
aak ti ; ? ? | ?. ??!'? ti it??
. . . . ? ?
? \ .',..?,. . Alsace,
aald, wa i Gei man In ran
Germany, while i?orralne waa Fren?
t.. ? ;. ? .| th- oth ' I
vV. t to the ?.ntf
.- ?. ? he continu?
both nation? could b? and"!
"guppoae Emperoi .VIII.' c>
. ? . it?
M. ? ?" "
willing m .n" wer? i ?l " ' tan
rbltral arm a
not, t ny, tn ca
?if war, "?r',:',i i" th? .?'?'?
de Preai Boda
work I Lorraine no longer want
to return * ? i ? ? '
"revenge la out of date "
adopted a rei I on n*?
? - ?. .i th
they do not want
wauld again bring l-Vanc? and i i
i further <
? . energetic a? lion In fi
- ,- ? man und? ?
ti?.ti il arblti '*
ari'l t?> oppoaa three i
POPE ABANDONS AUDIENC
None To Be Held Until April
?New Nuncio Received.
? | ? . : Owing to the wea
i condition of Pop? Plu >
il tal thla morning I
?would ri* Impoaalble llolin?
hold the general
... So furl
? ? be given Pontlfl
Pope ia I by th
*hl, the Vic ir General
f>;ir??'i that t ' '
? ? . ? - - towar
i : ? long time I
.'inv when Monatgnor Breaaan, hla privat
elebrated i n qulem maan f?
i n? late caidtnal
. . ? . ?. ?. ? ?
r?r Marchlafa? I
Molln??ss from receiving Bishop '?
Ragon? al. the ne? pointed Papal Nui
do at Madrid Blahop Ragoneal who ri
cently ai rli ? I '? ?' ? Bogota i 'olombli
... ? eara he fill?
Delei le, will leave F
. ' | ?
: ? ? dlni
POSTMASTER TESTS PUZZLE
Department Tries to Avoic
Frightening Off Applicants.
Waal ngton llarcl U 1 be probl? ? ??
? tloni foi
Fourth ? laaa i ?atmaati ?
? laced In th? -.:--?? ?i a-ar? le? I ? ?
tiva- oi I? ? kan up ;?t ;?. conferenci
Poatofllca De| to-da
General Burleaon, A
Roper ;n:?i Dockti ; ?. aeveral minor depart?
ment ofllclala and Civil Bervlca Commla
: 111.? ? ' ver the altuatlon
? will !??? framed by tha depai tm? i I
???.i the ?Civil Servi. ?? Cbmmlaalon Jointly,
and will be aubmltted to Prealdent u llabn
approval Tha order for tlif ex
have I.ma fr??m the
? ?. irtment ofllclala nr>? ?'r?-iinK ?iif
flculty in arriving at a It???Ih for taatl
which would insure tha obtaining of com
?-nan and at the ?sama time not i,e
-?? i" rplexlng aa to fright? n orr aj'i.iifant?.
$5.000 CIVIL "SERVICE JOB
1 Chief of Forest Service Put in
Waal Ingtoi . March h\ One of tha h???t
job.? ;?t the ?-il?!"-?';?! of tl.?? wily n admin?
Mon 1 ai t" 11, i' ?* in th< civil uet\ lea
I Tt i<? the chief of tii" roreat ?mi t ice, a hlch
0 '??' and which now la ii?-i-i by Pro
i fr?f?"r Henry s. Gravaa, who iucca?td?M]
Glff. rd Pin? I ol
Under now condltlona the ]ln<e ?ail] . a.
com?? ? int eltl.i the voluntary rea?
Ignatlon of Profeaaor Gravel .. br-cauae
of removal for failure properly to carry
nut Ills ?tut < s
Attorney Ganeral McReynoldK haa ap
.t?o?, of tha C rll B?trrice
AVALANCHE ENTOMBS THREE.
.' trrnt, March M Ktt avalanche to
overwhelmed three rialtori ??h?. ?vei?.
*?ki!nK mar Pontrealna, In the i-?ngadine
" ? . ? ?? ? art ? .. i?;. ' ,|." .? and
1 In th?? di?? i> anow In i ravtaa
(COPYRKjHTLI) TRADEMARK.) M
THE NATURAL RED SPARKLING BURGUNDY OF
H. F. Fini... a to., Md.. "?????* VoiU. Bel? \ .???n t?. iIm i n ted State?
POBS IGNORAN! OF '
U. S. CHINA LOAN POLICY
Embassies. Unable to Get In?
formation from State Depart?
ment. Apply to White House.
Question Put in British House
O? Commons Confirms Fact
That No Notification
? r? ? Tribune Be
Washington. March 34. Polite si
[most >'ii\ polite Inquiries from the
i embassies regarding ihe purpose ol the
lynlted siatcs In connection with thi
I Chinese loan have ?n a? hed 'I"" W hit?
House..dlsi losing Ihe fa? I thai thi ne?
esslty, or ai least Hi?- propriety, of
I notifying Ihem of the change of policy
was completely overlooh?td steps have
?now been taken, however, to comply
with the formalities, and the former
partner! of the United Btates will be
duly edvlsed thai tins cotintrj hai
a ithdrawn from the "Arm
(t is violating no confidence to ssy
thai thcr.? was Intense Indignation In
aome of the ? mbai Ble? al tin es? aller
: in \? hich the) w? i e trcit. d.
?' he United B( ttea had taken the initia?
tive, demanding thai it !?? ?permitted
to share m the financing of the ne-n
Chinese ?Republic The demand hid
eeded, snd no Intimation what?
ever that this country was nol wholli
satisfied with Ho arrangement had
been received when the announcement
of the pollcj "f the nt u admlnl Irai
wsa made in the public prlnti
Th? diplomat I? n ntatives of the
countries which regarded themselves
as ?partners of the I'nited States main
triin thai Ihe; won entitled lo nome
notice of Ihe purpose of the adminis?
tr?t! ?o i? f? i ? th? general pub ? d
more? i I l even when
? ? aoughl Information at Ihe ?De
riment of State ; wu? nol foi I
then ???. nn on? th? re ? m?
i on ?r.'i to speak u Itti author l; *
Owinq to Bivan'r, Absence.
was dm ol ? ? irse, to th?
termination of ?Voting s?- n I ???? il p
Wilson to ret in mi
a It ?h Secretary 1
pom ? ? and th< Pr? Ident'a unfamll'ar
?? ? i'li the nee? -.-??.
? liately son ? ne els? .?? I ?>?
tary and ol rmli
of lili new policy,
'l here has heei
? pla ?? th? Mame :
on on former Assistant .-'??; u
Wll on i ? ? v. . aa m?i h m Hi
dark a. an on? else, h? learned 111
i of the ? bange of polk*) from th? ?
paper ? ??i r? apondem ? who called t
?u the i, , mlng of th? v\ It ?
House i tnt? menl snd bel r<
hsd lime I??. White H? -
he ? t????? h ing i? ? ? ..in ???
?s ???.-. . ,,,,. |i(. |, n
? -i i?? Hi?- White Ho ?
had !?? ? n nterrogst ti i I'r ii
?I? nt, L?u| i;?? Intimation had ' ? i m
: lo him of the Intend? d
i no Information othei than thai
i tained In the lypi a i Itten ta tern?
j submit i? o I.?m i?; th" u? a apai ?
| men, S? r< tai.-. u II on promptly n
? ? ? ? knou ii bul no one si Hi
u hite II'?' ae though) to con
Informal Ion to thi ?Department of Stu?
until ? ? rec? ntlv; hem (. y
e? m hich ha i ?? ?perturbed l ?
One Embassy Refrained.
Th' i. . at least om embaa - ?? >* hi?
has mad? no Inquii l< si i ?? h. -i Hi
reason asked II \? < (plain? ?i ihi
nothing ?? hich might happ? n ? hile M
Bryan i si Secretar] of State a*oul
?" es loi - ? urj ? is?-, end thai n ??..
r??.'iii/.i o thai information of thi
mom? i ? to foreign natloni aras
likely sa nol lo !??? learned first ft?
i be ne? ap -, ?
It i -i generall b? lie?, ed, I owe*. <
that as ?toon ??** .Jamea Basset I Mooi
the new rounselloi for the Departmei
of state, takea the oath ?.r office
a? cldenta will nol liir>i?*-ii
Mr. Moore has nol i el i ea< hi ?i Waal
Ington, and it ?h ?ugg'?ate-d thai he
deferring hi? arrival pending the i
turn <*f tti?? ?Secretary of State, for tl
reason thai h?- might find himself
(on ?? emba 11 b wing posit Ion " ? re
t<> assnmi office ?without the sdvantai
of a conference \iih hll chief, ao th
he would be st least In ?-? ?position
an?".?, ?t Intelligent!) qu?**stlons whl?
would be certain to i?? addressed
iiim by the ?representatives of foreli
goi ? i nmertts
London March tl. The memheri of i
, House of Commons were astonished irh
I Informed to-dsj bj th? foreign <>n
thsl th? British soi ? ? nmenl ha.
?" glean from the newspapera Its oi
knowledge ot the rhani In t'"- A merle
lovei uni? nt'i ??u It ide m ? onnect on ?
the Chin?tse losn
Pram ? Ds ke a? land I nd? i B< 'ietnr\
state for (foreign Affairs, \?h" spoke
I ehalf of sir Edward Qrey, wM that
late is March 3 the ?.m? lean Minister
Peking, acting ??'i n?? instruction nf
government, had joined th<* othei mln
ten ?? the six powers In preventing
? hlna proposals In conn?setlon with i
loan. t'r continued
"The British :..\ mm? nl has Since 11
, ad no nit Imatioh of . kind from i
-?ovemment ol the ' i lt?td st.?i.-s thai I
I ,111 ?ifti. l*\ altitud? tn?\ ;?r?l tin- <
nr.se loan has indergon? ? change, an?
have no Information sboul lb? mat
. , t v? hat i iv? ' ? ? ead in I he n? i
.-? . Pr?ta.)
Waatdngton, March it si,,t? Dope
I ni^tit ?iiii'i.iN wen surprised i"-?iav
1<;?i n tli.it tin " ha i ?he ; comment in I
British House of Commons on the fail
of the British For* Ign IH* ? to reel
official notice of Presld? al W II
nou nee menl <'r pollcj toward the props
! owei i".u? t" ? 'iiih.i Assistant s
retar: Ades sctlng head ol the iiepj
ment m ?the shscnce ?of Beers tan ',r>
?aid there ???a? no reaten far giving r
Clal notice to nn\ foreign gOVerniM
that tha attltiwlc ?f the ?aavarnment loar
,,id tin propo-dtton waa a mattar he
tween President Wllaon and tha group ol
American banaera concerned. The Presi?
dent, he aald, had told th??, hankers that
the admlnlatratlon would not request
them t.. continua tb?Hr aa*fotlatlong tot
a ahare of the l?t?an, and that ended it. ai
fai aa this governroenl waa eoncai
Copies of th?? announc? "?? nt. howevei
\\?r?' ?em t.. the American Mlnlatar to
? IhllM .m I tO the \m.?rh'.-in '? pr??????in??
i ?, . t.. the live ot'ier powers intera ie?l
? ? ir Infoi mat ton,
\t the w lut' Hou?se ll ??a ?said th.?? -<
eopj "i" the President's ?statement had
b, ii ?jant to tha State Department, and
?t had h-?n aaa ? ? >i thai whatev? i
.. ,,.? ,. - ...?i thai un- it i"? ne"'- ii
would he taken bj the detriment, On
the ?in? the ?talement waa laaued ?Sec?
retary if-' in ha.i atarted on hla W?**etem
trip Huntington VVIIaon, i1-'?? aaststant
:,,,,i \ ? g ?Secreta nt In hla n ligna
tton upon lear ilng of th'* itatement and
null th? deportmenl the nesl ?l ??
FUTURE ON TARIFF
? cul inn?'.I from llr.t gag*
to night diecueatng the detalla of th?-?
bill di an n by the Hous? ? ommlttee
Smashes Another Precedent.
in ealllng Mi Und? n.I i o the
W1 ite House and In ?permitting the
Impression to go i ?road thai he will
Indorse In advance ttv House bill, the
r. r id ni i am ishing inotl ;
dent i""t up t- Pi ? -".'? nta h ive taken
an Interest in th? general plan of tariff
on but Ihey hs ve nol attemi t? d
to stamp with administration approval
a measure In Ita embryonic state; ii'.r
has at' preceding Exe***titlve gone t"
th? trouble of actually participating In
the i ? ? ? - ? f a purel; legislative
Mr. L'nderwood I? fl the White il
;.. nlgl t '.? Ith fui ther predi? I Ion of a
1 ? mon!? t ' ? onslderal Ion of I h?
? ? ?'?' probl? m Th? out? n.'' th? i n
I met I ; f r? in. howei? ?
? ? ia be ? ? ?i and In passing upon tho
tariff bill in a.Kail' ?? ol
the ?Prei '? ? * Ii pra ticall? staking '
political ful ? ? upon a -? ri? of con?
t'. pen?"? * '? id? r of th? Hous?
Th? !? w ill i- n. ick" If
and tl * tisfie.l
a Ith the I ?? mo ral n. and I
i'iiv ll? ge of clalminf.
? ? bill obtainable und? ? i urn
.-tan . 1 ? White M ? ' ?night
. ? ? n t o par t m ih I p 11 t h? II
? , ?. ? . f tariff i
... ? t ? i ? n i
NEW AMBASSADORS TO
BE NAMED THIS WEEK
Eliot Thinks H?- Can Be of
Greater Servie?* ;it Home,
Wilson Is Told
Ms I ' ?'
? i ?
l*?-l ' ?.
i " l*i? ? ? difficult
? . |y all
. ? ,ii.h- th. m ??? ? dlplo
. : :. . i ?
way ll tith which the
? ' ? r? ? ??)? nt dlapl ? i ? hi?.
i.'. i n ol :
. ? ' ??
Tii? ? , ? thus fai
that i F? n 11 if??.?
? : SI il Marshal foi ?
'.?. ? ? ? i ? ? ? : i
i . EU ?..'??' ? la dne ol Main? ?,, ..
White Houae cal lei to day He i d I if
,. v?.' ? i. ....? h? ; .?I !?? ' n off? r? ?i the ' "i
l? ctorah :? ol th? i di i .?' Poi Hand, Me
?and thai h? woul I ..? ? pi lh< a pcrinl
?n? m White Houae ofll ??i ow? ? r, re
? us? ?i I?? ? 'i.'ii m or tl? :i> tl
The Preald? n( aho :- ?'Ith tit
? '..i.? i - "i the Pi Inceton i .i i .'..ll team,
? ? :.Ina ' ? ?-? ? i lhal ha could i ?a at
lend theli gam? with Grargetown lo-da)
? 'hat lea II H il lee, a ho ? ? ? ? : ? i - ? ? \ to
Preald? n( Taft paid hla i ? -1? ? i to Pr<
Wllaon to da: Mr Hllle hs be? n
ending ? di??? weeh ' vacation Au
, ? ia with Mi Tal t. and i'- "i. hl
way to Nan 1 ot k la "?? Into bu Inei . lie
has n?? present Intention, he said, oi
calling ? meeting ol the Republican Na?
n.". ,i ? 'ommltti a, of which hi I - ? hair?
ma n l?> com Id? i ??? i du? lion In South? ra
entation .?t national comentioi
to iak< ? othei bja? la ol Int? ??? t to
DR. IRA VAN GEISEN DEAD
Well Known Pathologist Passes
Away in Bellevue.
II ii,i \ ,.ii ?irisen, i"i i> ?even i I
old, of Ko '.? ?V? i fctti ii. ? i . .?i
ih" forentoai pal hoi Rial nth? Ka>l
died m ii. He? u< Hospital ?"?-at? Ida: from
lironli n? art and kidney iroul I?
I ?I \ .. : < ;? I .h <.?..,? !.- ....HI/. .. ,
of t he foi raw I .-. .* i. i ?, i. ? on neurn
pal ol? . ... ih? fSenl He waa h gradu
ate ??i th? ? oll-*ge of ?Physlriana and Bur?
geon \ft.. exten Ive ati .i abroad, he
i'-' hui. t.. ad <?i ii.? lab ratoi I? of ih.
i'ii\ Hospital, ...i Blackw? n laiand. In
liai i ? i.? came :. ??>i of th? pathological
d? i?. inn? ?,i of the BUt? I??-,.,. i...? m loi
the in .? ?i ?? ?n \\ ard i laiand Fot . .
era \?... he had i ngaged In pi Ivati
pra? tl? '
1 "i ? '? i" uarj ? i ?i l'an ?;. ?a? n na
?admitted lo r.? Il? i ne Ho ipital He gav?
aa i la cioasat fi land Dr ?lasan*|er i am
? i '?? ' Baal i -ir. .a
OPIUM CROPS DESTROYED.
\in" March Si Tha aastriwtion of the
opium crop bj tha ? hint i gorm ninant
autaorittea la ???-IHK carried ?..it with great
anerg) \ for? ..f thr? a hundred i.p
waa dlspatchad from hare t??-?i..> to Tua?
??.m. wnara iat.rni.-r.?-? have hitherto ra.
Matad Um efforts ??f the aatlmitiea ta <ie
?atr"\- the |..,|.?,,> planta I
INTO EATON PM
?Widow Cheerful in Jail as Wit?
nesses Give Evidence en Which
State Asks Indictment.
?HARVARD CHEMIST HEARD
Physicians. Detective. Neigh?
bors and Housekeeper Tell of
Relations of Admiral
and His Family.
| ? (legt u ? . 7 ht l'rll UM
Boston, March 24. Professor Wiltian
y whittle?. o|- the Harvard M?**dlcal
?School, was ih? rnosl important wit?
ness to?day al the grand Jury Investi?
cnii.-n in fi\ mouth into the all? -? ?i
?poisoning )<: Mrs. Jennie Ma* Eaton
of her ? usband, i:. ar Admiral ?) ??? pit
|G. Raton. Professor Whitney made lh<
anal* sis of the i onti nts of I he ad?
miral's stomach, and it ?ras upen hi?
report "f the pr?s? nee ?>f ?arsenic then -
in that Mr?i. ?Eaton wag amatad
Other important witnesses were
?'harie e. ?ordatrom, a private detec?
tive, and Miss Annie Rooney, a inn--".
a-hom Mrs Eaton had hired to shadow
her husband Both of them have ?said
that Mi ?Eaton had told them* that
th.- admiral was trying to t>"i;-'"ti her.
m !.-? Koone ?.. In thi lui y room for
ten minutas Nor?_et?rom- testimony
0 i upled half an >'"'>r.
?Vordstrom r.ntly gave oui ? state?
ment In which b< said that lasl ?tun?
mer Mrs ?Eaton asked him to spy on
admiral tweause she t'-on^ht her
ind ?as Insane Me undertook
the wrk he said, but did ?nol go far,
? was not paid
Family Physician Testifies
The (],-.. iitnei at the aft? rnoon
|< n w? i ?i ' '. It. ? '?igate, ir . ?>f
Roi u md foi m-1 i'h'. ician of the
Mi . r-'-.i Corbett, ?>f
Man? i ri r, a Itti m horn Mrs June
I '?",'.? ? ? i-, ? . ?? ? tug 1er of the
admiral, boar?] i d s fea
?? lifted i gh\ minutes afti r Mi
.??i Miss B< isla ? '?''?'
? ? . ext door to I
1 '-n .?t ? nlppi. was
* Miss ? '..! . ?? ..i ?
i ,..- p.- immi rtn
?i urn '" tii.urthous? II?
long ts Itti 1
igl the sdmiral,
u i VV \. Moi .1 for the
? ? ? It v Mr Brooks ??
th disposing ?jf
irloi I ? ? ? i
?Id him of his ne? i
| s/ent before the
? ; esses to-d
P. K? ? ? June Ail
Keyi ? : ? - i: ? ?i lertaker. of
? I i??- i ?-? ? h i'r an is of B
? ? i '--ti family physician, ft-ho
?? i I ?? put) Bhei iff
? John ? ? R nd Bta.
? .i n II. B tt. of Bra I itr? ? Mi II?
' i ? Oilman O good, ???' R
In nd, and >li Ham h Barnes, former
? ?.:,? horn? i.
? ? ? ? . .
? ? ? ? . ......
lalkli ' ' | l im?. Mi I
her i '.?iii ?u the t'l\ mouth
Hhe \'... . ? ? ?id it?
? . i
Wide?/ S?*es Coi?n*el.
? ' i ' ? ind Fred <1< -?-m'
?.?. in. I iv beei retained b; Mrs K.it??r,
i tun? h of thi d.? v with her. ii
? r i thai ? vi. ??! ; r.led lo
? \ Igorously ? \ ??r?.- ? tep In t he pro
against I heir clli nt To?d!aj
? : ted Mi ES ton's daugl I i
a?* t?i th? Ir rights In Ihe ct.-i: .I i
The; ?will I .?? morros
M : ? ' ???iti.'.??!! "f
The ds '-,, ? t ' r Mrs. Eaton s - i
11? ?? allowed to talk with her. June and
Ilorothy, i">th In blai k, nut hed PI)
mouth by train --ii?>it:s ?.. t. 10
..?i??? i., i mrothj "? ?ts u? rompant? I
Mr, tieogan, snd .I'm?? walked up from
the -?i it ion o Ith Mr Morse Mrs it tu
nah Bal ni S, Wll n? SS, ?aine t?. IV.
month m the ?same I''?<?n
In ' he < "i i Idor of i be - ourthouso
June met her husband, ' How do you
do ' l ?? Mid, Th'-n they went Into ?t
corner of the corridor ???it of the hear?
ing "i those about them. Neither bus?
hand nor wife gave an; signs of emo?
tion. The) talked together quletlj foi
"No m"\?' has yel i.??-n made In ''i;1'
direction," said Distrlci Attorney ?Bar
kar to?nlght, when questioned regard
in?-r a report thai a commission ?if
alienista had been appointed to exam?
?n?- Mi ?, Baton as to her ? anil*. 1lo
declined to ?ii?-? uss the likelihood .?f bis
! foil"??, in?; puck a plan.
TO SETTLE CUT-RATE WAR
'Supreme Court Will Define
hlngton March vt The Bupierne
i ii> id ("--la- that f? dersl ? ourts
I might take jurisdiction over suits for
I alleged Infringement of patents nrhen
patented article ?were ?old beloa ;? pri?ce
? i i?'. the p.u.m holder
Th. .-?i . i.? r..r. the roui t aras < bat of
.i manufacturer sgalnsi a Chicago More
whk h aras alleged t.? have sold .? patented
?.? beatei for PS, when the mnnufsct?
ur< i had iix.d the r? sale price .?t |l It
i h? r? ?i? ral ? "m ts ?if the Ttii t Ircult,
composed of iiliii"i->. Indians nn.i IVIacM
lain ? ? ii'i i?? have h?'i?l in othi r cases
that such sales srere Infringements
; Whether this Is |.i law wdi be ooMtd
I ered on Its RlSritS i'i ? CS8I I" ?"? ?ii?n?'l
I April 7 n eons from thi i Ustrtct ??f
Columbia, i.vi la expectad t?? settle Ihe
much disputed question of eul rate In
the resale of patented article
tik Bupreme Court sdvancad for hear?
Ins ??n October n th?- Standard ? ?ii ease
Involving the eonstltutlonallty of thi set
requiring pipe Um companies to Hie tartrli
with thi interstate Comm?res Commis?
Mmi .-??? common can lei a
Decisions t??-?ia\ ?n?i nol Include ihe
Intermountaln rati ease, the >tat.? rstes
rases or any other of th?' hi?? eases before
The Supreme ? "inirt took a recess until
FRIEDMANN PATIENT '
DIES IN BELLE,
ionllniicl from flr*.? pa*?-. ?
[?ovar UlC rrrords in the rase. and.
fact, did nol bear of It until a few m
nt??.! ago. in any evsitl in> ?serum,
ih. fa? la will show, had nothing
?in with causing his death or *?
Profesor Oatrander whs married i
was forty-one years old. His artfe
n???? in tin.? ?it.\, Lin could not la? .j
last night. Strong Indications that
man's death h,??l be? n egpected
furnished b) the facl that, deaplte
late hour, the arrangements for
funeral tO-tnOTTOW at Cold Bprlllg,
T., were aiiiK'iiti? rd |,ist night.
i>r. ?Prlisdrlch Franz Frledmann, d
coverer of the turtle ?-erm tub?rculo
treatment, spent the daj yesterday ??
! Itlng Hi?- patienta al various hosplti
' wh?> have been given InJectUms of i
:,. rum, bul he 'li'i nol hold ans clinl
At the Hoapital for ?Deformities s
joint Diseas? al No. 1919 Madls
avenue, he examined nearly a bundr
candidates for the cure, and select
fifteen for treatment on Thursday.
Than he went to Mounl Blnal Hi
j pitai and the M-trnteflore Home, iti I???
l of which pla? es there are s numb ?
atienta under ? bservation. He *?
! amlned th? * '.arts kept of their i i
land look?**d them over for hlmaelf. l
would make no ? ommenl on the wttfl
: tlon of an- of iii??in. and the san
alienee was maintained by the hospit
? authoril l? ?
Doctor Sees Improvement.
j AI the Hospital ''?->,? Deforaltleg :<f
Jolnl ?DI ? ?um boa ever, ?Dr. Henry <
r?a lenthal. the ?hi? I physician, as
that he i onald? *? d th? re wg ; s ? Islb
Improvement In the ?patients th? re. H
Mid be consldetred this Improvemei
i ?-..i. bul " "'i!'! give ii" details of tl
condition of his patii nts. AI the clin
to be held there on Thursday the foi
crnment surgeons ire exp***ct**d to I
Dr ?Frtedniann mad? a p* ???? : 11 \
statement yeat? rd t hi had n?
?;. ted Res ?Lee Pat Is, son-in-law ?
Charles B. Kinlaj, pr? sld? n( of Hi
Etna Nati?.nil ?Bank, whos? 11,000
inn? offer for the tuberculosis cure ws
d bj i i.? dmann He would no
.-,.? whal p ins s ere '?? Ins made fo
ting Mi Pari;.
i ?r. i n? dmunn said Is M nlghl tha
?reports id come to him from Cleve
land. Detroit, Denver and i
Ivanis thai local qua? N
: ?? .-?.?. Indling patients oui of ? on
aid? i 'i ? ? urns ol mom ? b) fak? tr
menl II? said he a an d i.pi?
t -, x iv? here thai nobody,
government offl id an: of hi?
? rnmenl doctoi i h
* ? .; e for any ill
elf'.?? I- BUffl I'' ' .. B I? BUll Of til?'.'?'
fake ' :?
One Cleveland widow, ht said, wrote
thai she had ?paid ?laoo for s treatm? ni
I ? ' her da ight? i Ing if ll was
?Sons fide To all such *|U< ri*?a, he
the onl ?ti;,t there a ?
": i .' hlmaelf able to gil e th? ire
FLICK DENOUNCES "CURE"
"Last Refinement of Cruelty."
Savs Philadelphia Authority.
P ? M u M.-D
' ! ' thorlty on tu lie. d
' ? that the "cure" exp t< i
h\ i?r r i* F ? last re?
f cruelty." 1 ?
Berlin phy ? ilslng
pea in th?? mind a of ;
? ? d nned n? death
'i ? ? n e of ? ? through the In
?f a serum wa | to i>.?
? ? fai i' to the pat ent he add? ?
..?.." thl D
Pllcb ?ays, was sdvanced In ?Berlin, si i
a r I m Ft i dms riti could --ver l|
fsctorily he came to tins countrj
MAY WALK THE PLANK
Senate Opposition Likely to
Result in Compromise
UNDERWOOD IN DILEMMA
; Reduction in Tariff and Change
in System of Valuation
Seem Now on Pro
? ?? Mar? h 24?-In I ?-J
? n In th< Senate, I
of the Ho< led t
abandon th< lr plan of ?n
I?? "liii session of ? ongi - l ? ? ?
bill framed '?? n- ;
ind passed ? ! : las!
it becami ?* I? ?
the l ?? mocratlc
?vring the tariff r vlaloi that l
.?f -?il duty on sugai
the ft ? i wei raved
Hi phe ?Senat?
i ? i ? ..... ....
?S it Is th< ? an to ??mooth out
?ill dlff? ? the two ?
before I ported
t can be d op?eratlon '
and the Wi
that Mi i ? I will be indi
abnndoi tram? &
for .-? reduction In I
change in I
This may have (feel | np
still furth? r hostility o - part of dM
free tn I
Means i _ ? ?
in so?.?, thing of -i ?I '? ? ?
The Dem rratlc i ty In the 1 v
Is too ems
with .? free ?nig be two
Loulsla - - rs would oppose it, u
would B ? 9 ?? of '
? to vote for free
would not save i
,v r. it
SIR HIRAM MAXIM'S
Simple Appliance Which Will Revo?
lution 'ze the Treatment of
50,000 DESCRIPTIVE BOOKS
TO BE GIVEN AWAY
.. ., ..
The B_J o? Spain
The U_f of Portugal
The Sultan of T?rke?
The tap** of China
Etc . Etc
M WIM i IBOKATOBY, iDspt
?I v .mi, M . |l.....|J.n, V .
Continuing this sale, we offer
some exceptional bargains in
high class instruments, ail
representing the best in finish,
durability and excellence of
Pianos from $225.00 up
Players from $400.00 up
At these prices no long time partial pay?
ments are possible, but we will make
satisfactory terms with responsible pur?
INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED
ERNST B?CKER, fha%