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had conto half a block when the -patrol*
man got to his feel end tired.
when Bras ems: arraign? d he es Id
the "Bridge. Twisters'* would la] for
CROWD SEES MAN SHOT
Elizabeth Street Sunday Throng
Thrown Into Panic.
The rssBtssnary 8unday night crowd
?streaming through the streets of the
lower Kast Side was ?throws Inte I panic
last night, when two Italians, after en
gsgrlllg in an angry war of words In front
of No. IK I-illzaheth street, drew apart
and, a? one Ft art?-d to run down tlM
street, the other draw a revolver and
tired four shots, thtee of Which lodged bl
the body of the running man.
The man who was shot stumbled as he
ran and sprawled full length ?>n the side?
walk, almost fallliiK ever two young git Is
who were passing. The OthST, Who had
! the revolver, started to run in the
opposite dit?.-'titui. but ?as laid I"?.' by a
Mow frota I'atrolniaii Hal!??, of the Stul?
berry street station, who w,.s acroM the
?street at the Urne of the shooting.
The Italian scranii>i??i t?> his feet again
and WOUM have SSCSpSd had it l ot bSSO
for Patrolman "i'N'eill. who was in the
polies st?hle at N... -"7 Kllza.'ttii Street
??'.Neill drew his revolver and m cd B shot
above the Italian's head, anil ?his caused
the man to stop ami ?cu i. ti.b'i.
An ambulance s is called fron ?St. Yiu
eent's Hospital, and the SMNindad man.
who gave his name as Oi udo Simone, g
barber, of N?>. IN Klizab. th Street, WSS
lak-M to that Institution, where It was
said he would probably die.
The man wh" was ?urcste.i gave his
name as rjlnaoppa i*i??t-i--, of No. tM Ells
Hb"th stieet. A?'"i(liii?- t" tie- poUCO, he
admitted bavins- Bred th<? sin?t- that
?a (?undc'i Simone. He was locked Up,
. ?1 with felonious assault.
TO TRY FLIGHT TO ENGLAND
Aero Yacht to Start by July 1,
Says Batson Official.
| Hv r? legres** le TB* Trise**?
Savannah, .May 4. A Batson aei??
yacht will start by July 1 for a tiighl
atraes the Atlantic Ocean, according to
the statement made to-da* by a repr??
sentative of the company.
it is the purpose of the Batson inter- |
ei*ts tO fly Irom Savannah to N?BW York '
with a letter frosn ktayor Richard J.
Davant to Mayor William J. Qaynor.
Then the trip will be extended to
"Washington, where, with a lett??r from
President Wilson t<? King George, the
start ??n the transatlantic flight will be
captain If. a. Batson, U. s. a. re*
tired, is the inventor and designer of,
the new air craft. His officers express'
??oiiflilcnce of winning the prize of $50,
'.ilfered by Lord Northcllffe through'
"The London Daily Mall" for the flrst
YUAN ISSUES WARNING
Will Employ Military Force
ivkipi:. May t President Yuan Bhlb
kai has issu.??i ;. manifesto aarnlni ?h.
people that, although be has refrained
up to the present from employ in? military
tore* BgsJast plotters, In the hop? that
the conspiracies would eeese, he ?sill not
perinit In the futur? conirptratort to stir
H.? (.\|.i.s-,.s the host? that S/tef the
next PresMenttal ?lection he will be r? -
Ik-ved from the cares Of ofll?...
CAN'T FIND $5.000 PIGEONS
Thousands Search in Vain for
Pair of Wild Birds.
' By Tel-tar*--?*- t.. The Trii u?
Ansonia, iVnn.. .May 4.?Thousand-;
of persons in this rletnlty spent th'
day in the country in an effort to tind
two wild pigeons Snd f ? t S reward of
t?5,0t?0 which has le? n Btandlng for
several years for t pnlr of the birds
Murk Hauser, president of the Le
hiirh Motor Club, and Moses New hard
reported Several day- ago that they ban
K?vn two <>f the pigeons. Year- a-;??
the birds were h?r? by the thousanils,
but suddenly ?lisa:>ptare?l. Th?' $:.,ni?i
reward was offered by b New sTork
weekly sporting pap*r,
wh? n the seareherfl returned to?
night not one of them was able to re?
port having seen th. birds.
"OS* ? ? ??I O.I "
The Coward Arch Support
Shoe gives a springy support
to the arch, holding it com?
fortably in its natural posi?
tion, it relieves overtaxed
muscles, corrects a falling
arch and prevents "fl;it-foot."
Coward Arch Support Shoe
and Coward Extension Heel,
have been made by James S.
Coward, in his Custom De?
partment for over 30 years.
SOLD NOWHERB ELSB
JAMES S. COWARD
264-274 ?Greenwich St., N. Y.
(MSA* Wiuan ?TKKtT?
Mail O-Ser? Nlle?l | ?cod lor C?t.lotu.
RUMOR OF MIO ORDER
FOR A FORMAI PROTEST
Dispatch to San Francisco
Japanese Newspaper Au?
thority for Report.
LIKELY TO BE MADE TO-DAY
Governor Johnson Will Not
Sign Alien Land Act Till
Bryan Has Seen
San Francisco, May ?t.? A cable mes?
sage from Tokio to "The Japamse
Am?-man," a Japanese daily newspa?
per Of this city. BtatOf to-day that the
Japanese government sent instruction.-?
by cable last night to Baron Chinda. It-;
Ambassador at Washington, to make
formal protOBl against the alien burl
bill enacted by the California Legte?
The dispatch adds thai the position
taken by the Japan?**oe government is
thai the United Rtates governinonl is
reeponslble for the finding ?>f a satis
factory solution .-f the sltuaHon in
California under Its treaty obligations
I ?escribing the r??-eipt of the news
fr??m Sacrament.? that the bill 1 ,a 1
lass? d both house?; of th?- I a -gislatur -
the mesaage says:
"Wh? n the Japaneae revived the re
"..?i thai the alien land bill had passed
the California L-sgialaturo ail the poo?
pie wer.- deeply iltaappointo-oV
Washington, .May i Newa thai the
JapaiMae govetrmiMnl bad Instruct??!
Ambassador ?Chinda tO make formal
prot-st agalnal the Californta alien
land ?.wiling lull now awaiting Cover
nor Johnson's signature vv..s received
in Waahington official rlrclea to-night
with interest, although it whs not un?
? \? . 'ted. Th?' protest probably will
be presented to the acting Secretary of
state. John Baaaetl Moore, to-morrow.
Pending the return of Secretary
Bryan from Sacramento no statement
from the administration Is expected
here, it is known thai Preald? m Wil?
son bas ! '.-d to him the ref?
er.-Ildlllll a- s poaalble means of delay?
ing for nearly 1 wo years tl??' effect ??f
the California law In the event it is
signed by the Governor, but no Intima?
tion of how the ld?-a was received has
been f? rthcoming.
Sacramento?, Cal., May 4? The <*aii
fornia anti-alien landhpldlng act?
which passed ?both houaes of the fjogls
I lature yesterday, after bringing about
one of ths mod unusual situations In
the history <>f the nation, will He on
Governor Johnson's desk without his
signature until Secretary of Stats
Bryan can eonf?w with Preatdent wu
son in Washington?
This will nu-an s delay of nearly a
we'-k. as Secretan Bryah left hers last
evening and will not roach tb?? national
capital until Wednesday night or
? Thursday morning.
t ? .ovi-nior Johnson Will wait, as he
.??.?us, "a reasonable time*1 for whatever
protesti the government may make.
| after which h.- will -i?n the bill. He
i- required by law to ?sign or veto all
- paaaed up to him by the Legis?
latur? within ten days of final passage,
|,r?>. nl? ?I the ?-na- Pnt; body remains In
? ?n for that length of time. Other?
arise, !?<? has thirty lav-.-.
It appeared to-night that the l.epis
lai'ire would not adjourn until May IS
or later, which would require th.- ?;?iv
rrnoff to ad on <?r before Tuesday,
Recourse to Diplomacy.
*rh?i? is much spe?-iiiati?>n bore as to
the next probable st?]. t?? i.r- taken by
the government against the measure
it Is generally thought, howovor, that
President Wilson will state his ?objec?
tions once mors to Governor Johnson
a n?! th?-n s?-?k through diplomacy to
answer the possible protesti frc-m
Opinion .'.s to lb? sffectivenooe of
the a?-t in ncoomplicbing Its purpooe
the elimination of the Japanese farmer
is divided. I'ntii th?? final aasend?
ment WKH afl?.pt'-'i. permitting i?li?-i.s
Ineligible to citisenahip to leas?- agii
I cultural lands for thr?-?? years, the
' meaaure was th.? most drastic <?f any
that ha.i been proponed. Now, how
it is asserted by many thai it win
accomplish little, inasmuch as it do?.
not Btlpulate that the leaeee may not
i..- renewed again and again ?
Governor Johnaon and t)ie progress?
ives regard the measure as a necessary
Brat step in accomplishing what the-,
t.- Hove to be tin- desire ??f the people
of the state.
"This act eotabltahes the policy of the
stat'- towards alien land holders." was
their answer t<> th? s?; who ask*d for a
UMNO rigid law. "Two yojUTS, or four
year.*? hence, it win be an easy matter
to strike out the leasing ?laus?' if th?
public ?demanda It Put just now- it
WouM work a hardship upon scores of
cittsea land owners."
The n?-asure carried in the Assembly
with 71 affirmative votes out of 75, one
Democrat and two Republican members
opposing tin- bill on final passage. Five
rn. nii.ers wore absent The roll ?all
was at U:t| O'clock, less than twi-nty
four hours alter final passage in the
S< rate early vest? rday morning.
Acting under suspended rules, the
Assembly took up the land bin earl)
In the afternoon and sent it through
first Bild second readings In rapid order.
Then followed the ilehat?-, which ?on
tiiiii'-'l until the final roll call whs de-,
mandad by shouts from the Boor.
Amendments Voted Down.
Th?- Ass?-ml'lv iifusi?! to BtT?M out
th? claims permitting leases, to which
the Demo? rats objected > ?sterday.
BaVOral other am. t.ijm?nts were voted
down by th?- heavy administration ma?
At no time during the course ?>f th?
arguments was the result in doubt.
The Denim rats. following th? lead of
Unir iulleagiiea in th?- Benato, made
desultory attempts t<* aneend the meas?
ure, or delay its j-assag? , but w ?limn
When the body came to the consid- I
eration of th?' main ?luestion ?f hai?
ring the Japam-se the debate was more
THINKS JOHNSON AND
Californian Says Governor Started Alien
Row to Beat Colonel's Man to
Henry Chandler, gen-ral inanacr o(
"The Los Angeles Times," wlio OtOM in
this city resterdsTi edeaneee" s theeri
new n? the Esst to Bccooht for Pro*
gl BBBItS activity in California against
the Japanese. It Involves motives that
place Theodore Roosevelt and his run?
ning mate on the national ticket, (?<>v
ernor Hiram W. Johnson, at cross pur
"Ambition" was the key to the anti
alien situation. accmling to Mr. ?hand?
'Governor Johnson, yo?i see," he went
on. "would like to succeed S?'nator Per?
kins. I am tol'l that RoosSVSlt 1? ba? k
Ing Fran, is ll?n<-:, his former BPSCtal
prosecutor. Johnson thought it was See*
SSJBS*"*" to start something. So he chose
this alien lan?l issue."
Mr. Chandler ami a number of other
?'allfornlntis -ehe have been In New Y??rk
on business .l?>iiie?l In an appeal, which
was tclegraph>?<l j,- .-t?-r?)ay to ''. C
Moore, ctialrnian of th.- I'anania-I'acltlc
I "xpo.-itb.ii hoard, at San Kraneist o, ask?
ing that Imm?diats stepa ba taken to pe?
tition for a referendum on th<? allen land
law ls.-ue. TbSSB who signe.1 the message
proclaimed their Belief thai the measure
now- awaiting Governor Johnson's signa?
ture would seriously impair the pros?
pects for the Callforiila world's fair.
"Th. enactment of objectioiiahlc lagis*
latlon ?if this sort i;n??iie-tionahly will bel
a setback) for th?? ??-.punition." said Mr, j
?'handler. WbO pr?*-?Ii?-t<vl the defeat of th.
bill?? If a referendum .?ilioiild he held.
"In Southern California I believe th
vote will be solidly against ?na?-tment.'
he ?aid. "I --m not able to speak will
the same Intimate knowledge us to how
the vote wouM be in the northern par
of the state, but I am confident that ?
sufficient majority would be forthcoming
to d?-fe;lt a law hostile to patriotism an>
common aenre. If the ls.-ne gCSS to I
referendum you can depend iip-n Call?
fornlans to vlndteata lbs honor of thett
"Thors i" not the sllgbteel ne-.i f.*i
anti-alien land legislation just now in
?'alifoinia. Tin re never was less reason.
beeaues the altea popolatten is steadily
dwindling. The Chinese can n<> longer
COBSe In. The JagOMOS are steadily
leaving California for Other states.
While the American pupulation is grow?
ing wit'i immense strtdss. th?- lateal sta
titties ??how altea ii-siiieiits are dlmln?
ishing at the rate of ;:?) per cent That
tact ought to convey its own slgnlflcanea
"The preeent antl-alten agitation i?? ?
matter of politics rather than poll?*y."
Mr. ( handler admitted, bOWOVOT. that
there was some sentiment among really
sincere people In favor of alien restric?
tions. It had BUI Stead among descend?
ants of those who participate?! in K'ear
rtey's agitation, be said, and consequently
Oovernor Johnaon and others had found
it ?*asy to reawaken peejudteea
virulently sntl-AslatlC than in the
Senate. There ware many demand- for
a itronger bin : "th from Dem?crata
and Progressives*, out in the end it was
agreed that the act as drawn by At?
torn? y ?ieneral Webb wouhl s? n ?? i?t
BRYAN ON HIS WAY BACK
Secretary Has Nothing to Say
on Land Bill Outlook.
Loa Aug.!.-, Mac t The Bttniary Of
State, WlHaan .1 Bryan, spent an hour
ami a half hers thli inornlng on his ?ray
t?> Washington from nay ram? tito He eras
,n. t h**re by his son, William .1. Bryan,
.?r.. his wife and tiielr two children, who
will ?it-company htm SS far as Tucson,
wher?- tiny r> Sid?
Mr. Bryan had nothing t?> say on the
situation in Sacramento tu Washington
regjardlng alien land legislntlon
Japanese Papers Criticise "Fail?
ure of Diplomacy."
Tokio, May 1 The Japanese pits?, to
?lay generally conceded th.? apparent In?
evitability Of th" ?.lissas?' of t h*- .ill?!'.
land bill In Callfornls A ;,?? neral iip
iioii of the efforts of I'resM.nt \\ II
? son In behalf of a IP SB BO re th it WOUM
prove unobjectionable to the Japanese Is
LesOers of public ??pinion are advising
thai ?n attlt itl?' of < slmnesa be main?
tained In th? present situation. Sui-h
men as Baron Hhlbtisawa and Chairman
Na I.ano, of the T? kit? Chamber of Com?
merce, publicly assert their oonfldenc?
that th?? a m. ricas B*ov?*?rniiMnl ami ptMpl?
alike ar. oppeeed to Aweiimlastory legls
i.ttion They declare every effort must
now be made to dtseOVST an?l Stradl? St*
the root ??:' antsgoninn to the Japanese
j in California, in ?order that amicable i ? hi
1 thins may be n ?torc?.
, while the Japanese newspspers voi> >?
these sentiments they blame th- govern
ment for what they term a '"faltare "f
special dispatches received from wash
i ,iii-toii telling of report.I plans for the
' rnobUlssUon "f ti.. Jspanssa navy at?'
' r.ad here with rMicule by tii??s.? best m
formen on naval pians,
?THREE FORFEIT LIVES
IN SUNDAY BATHING
! Police Recover Bodies of Four
Others, Three Men and a Wom?
an, from Waters of Harbor.
Three hoys forfeited their lives yest?*
i day in yielding t<> tin? lore of hsthhsg. sad
j four bodies of persona whs ha.i drowned
??n pro*-leus ?lays net?- rsoove ???? by ins
harbor police. Vest? T'l.i? s ?It ad ar?? John
Zurich, of No. HI West Kith street; Tony
CsirOSSJ, of No. 102 Hayanl Street, ati'l
| Frederick Oath, of Nft JIT WoOt HHi
John Zurich and Charles Bturgts, eigh?
teen years old, <?i So, M West nth str??t
?lost th.-ir Hvea ??if l'oit WssMngtos
1 I'onit When their i ano? tuine.J tuitl-.
1 Moth youths were enable to swim, and
Zurich sank Imm?diat? i>. Sturj-is iu,,i.
Isged ti? ?rasp the j-unwulc. and h? Itl <>n
until his eriei had sttracted tii.- attention
of the Volunteer Uf? ?Savin?: Corps si
iTKth street snd North River, i'aptain
William S?hott set out In a rowhoat ami
pulled stur-fi.? out of the water. 'I ?
police were still Bssrchlng for Etui h's
body last svenlag.
Tony Csrroew, a forsrteen-year-eM
schoolboy, dived into iba shallow nratei
of Sherman Creek, near flrherc it Bon
into Spuyten Innvil. and it is behoved
?was stunned by strikln-i hottoiu. Th- !
?ame up once and Immediately mini,
airain. Ills friends n.?tlfb?d PatTOlinas
Garvey, of the Si. Nicholas avenue st.i
tion, who took the lad's clothln-* to his
pre? inct. Th ? harl.or .?-.|iiiici ??II B-fgpph
for the body to-day.
Th.? other hoy a bo found a wet? rj
rrive. voun? Quth, was fomt.-n ??
??It!. With sta other bays be took the
ferry over to Hobok?n ts go swimming
"if the pier of the Scandinavian Am.-n
?an Uno. He last his >-rl|> on a rope to
whose end he had b. en haiif-lnr* near |fSB
edge of the pier and drewned befare help
cam?. The gve boys diveti repaalertlji in
an effort to locate then lost , hum, lut
finally iepirt??i his hiss to th?. pollea
Three of the bo? Her* found were thOSS of
men. On?? of them. pi. k??l pg In the
North RlVCt off Hubert street, was
thought to be that of Rudolph Maurer
from a canl of the Mast, r Makers' As
tsoclation found in a pochet The other
two mnained nameless gp to last nb*ht
une was found in tiie Kast HI ver off
Statiton street and tin- other off the cast
?nil of ?lovertior's Island
The f??urth body, that ..f a woman w;.?
picked up sboul ?wo hundred feel off the
foot of Hth street. South Hrooklyn. SI .
appeared to t*> about forty ???ar.s old.
wore a new blue BBTgi suit and two
AT CITY CLUB PLAN
Impresario Says It Has IS
Qualifications to Give Opera
Oscar Hammerntdn I* on the WBrpOl
ii.- figuratively and Uterall] tooh off I
co.-it In his oMeeS at the Victor!:
i,?.? night dispte) Ini s pair ?>f vivid bl
and vvliit?. <-ii!.l?.t USp? nd.-rs. and ?1
elared blmeelf ready t.. Unlit the CI
i luh In it- scheme for popular
a tmis It The challenge vv
: t::. sbsence ??f any r- pi? sentatl ? ?
? city Club.
"After having ?Jealt wit -ewers ..?
lampposts in front i'f sateona." Mr. Ha?
? . ? ?. i-i .1. |an d, waving a i tut? ?<f
, ig?i like a . enductor -
"thai orgenlaetion bow starts out
???hi. at?- tl.- 1 f-op'.i- in mus?-*. It a
j noune.-i it-, plan? after i made i ibilc n
I Intention of bulbMng a houM t<? ni
i-'.ncii.-h ?.pera. They are Ju.^t ?
"Moa ? ti.'-v .-ir. .
opera, with t: th.- hlgheei price, ai
t'i. \' i torn I t.. .lo ?i on 111, 00 a we.
They can't If tl.-y try t.? i ) will <ti<
.|,..ip opera, thai will be all iliMllt
Sen public. Tl s i ublk h<
? ??? m iii.
and I' ,-.-l for - !?' SP luff. V?
? . a have Tu?i
and all thi reel <?f it.
I ',-..? ill? ..'. ere.| tl.ll |4 -two i
the gre.it singers <.f toda) and noboi
?SteS vm? . \ ? i O" a? BID !'? ? - thai HKain
Ask?.] il I-- would go ah.-ad with h
plans i"i' la- nee/ house at Itel street an
Lexlngten avenue. -Mr. Ilsmmarstel
waved ?.i-- dgai still mon i antteally as
bach? 'i <;?? ... ?rail or hla oflk
In a Rghttl ? ' - while he said
"Tea bel t erllll I'm not planning tod
It* im going t" ?i" it' Borne people nee
spring tontee; i need a Hgh1 once in i
.1,1 Unit theatre I?? going t" BOS
nithoul any 'fresh paint* sums arour
on the night of Nuvi i.,t , : ;
I DENOUNCED BY DAVENPOR
; Progressive Leader Objects t
Ubai ?? Maj i a i. i m.?' prob i
?1-,. signing <.f the M?eClellan
Tammany ee?natltutlonal eonventlon b;
as si m t" Qov-srnor Butaar lo nlghl b
ea Benator Davenport, ebateman >?( th
l.e| latlVS <??IIIIt.1t?.i th?- ll i
"Wltll th? I ?.pe that i -inn m (?,,. m.
trop.ei- ? ? ???? BUM t ne II
sight "f in th?. ficht f..r partlean ?teU
i~-.it? s." th pi t- ? ? .-. area "with tti
bops that a i.nidy relire id A 1
eontrtltutMnel conveattea may tHk.- , ,,r
..f its "?n and adjourn, k avlna th?
I mu? ?n-jrlna for bre?a4 ?and Mill
I their rights and theli pow? t. ?
; chin?- in.asuie provl.1?. lor Hi. v .
million dol?an : ? ?...n, an.
tor purely partis ta dsisgalas Is
rentloti a i I? h ihoul i .:,.i r, ? ? (.
; artisan i athi i Ing pi bs I
. onedi i.ee ..i n.- ??t.ii? '
? m ??
BARNES FOR PRIMARY LAW
Republican State Chairmar
Favors Brown-Vert Bill.
in a statement hmoed yeatordaj by wnj
.?! summarising the iiir?-.-t prlmarj i tgis
laUvs attempts at ths ssastea torn rlasei.
William Ham? i?, y. oeeansende ths mea??
m., tnii,..in.,,i pa Benat? Bjtea i? Brown
land Assemblyman Veri as ths embodl
ment '?f ail that should be attempted in
ths nray af dim-el primary moth until a
trial ?I? BMMtl ;il, ?? !t.i . BUS)
He ennui, rate.1 tlie pwiritu ?.f th. Hoimh
Vert bill, Including tl?.- Sheet ballot, al.ol
; itmn of coinniltt.-. deOlgBatteSM for pM
I maries, al."lltl"ii of th.- pr.-fer. ntbil i ol
! limn and Party ?-inhb in for prlm.rl. | and
reducing the aumber ??f signaturas boobo*
far petltteoa and said that UM*
I same points WOTS pro?.in- I t In ?'?. , ,i,,.i
? Sul/.er'S bill
\i 11,1111?-? rldteuled the , ?i.,\ei bot 's
I pi? p..ne.| "paitv . ou?e II" t.'ktuie an a
I substituts f..r mate aaaveattoas in pfavt?
fOrm making, b.cau.se. h<? said, -'the lat
, ter w?nild b. . oui pos,-. I pra?'t1call y only
?if aflteaaeeken arho would han atora
Interest in their own ?billon than the)
woiil.l have Ig a declaration of faith '
?'?'??nfusioii and ?llsonler would iisiilt
in m such a Bisthod of nominating such
important ssgeers as Oovemor, Cootrolter
and |Udg?M Of the OOUrt et Appeals, a lu? ti
woulu be abominable." said Mr. Hain.-.
in sp.-aklng ?f Oovomof Sulrer ? BUSOtt*
tut?- f??r th?- st.it-- c??nveMlon. "WhsroBI
a BOIltaat over flu-riff or Counlv Ctttm In
a Bounty by ?re-Ct nomination <|oe* n??t
neoes?arilv pr?-seiit any stub .lisoi .b-rly
Mr Baraas bsMowss thai al Iks -?.tra
ii of tin- I.? g:?i.?t ii? ?liouKti I'.-uio
erats shtruhl J"i" with me Re*puMtean**to
pass a Mil i ootalulng ths f< it
the Hrown-Vert und the ? ?..V. rWOf I bill,
with th. saaapttea af Um abaHttea <?? Um
?tate voiivt nil?n in the latter.
mm ? for
BIG PUCE CONFER
( ontinued from first ?XUie.
grown together and created this great
nation by the fusion of the races.
Lord Wear-sale did not care to du?
rase* the Panama question, which ho
called "a matter of diplomatic discus?
sion." but he added:
'All we say is that there is not the
smallest reason In our minds why any
of these questions should not be set?
tled as Other questions have been sct
tl?d between us, by the ordinary meth?
ods of conciliation and of toleration,
and .?-<? on, on both aides."
Of the nst of the Kngllrih delegation.
Messrs. Mills, I'rimrose, Bo: ;, Haker,
Frewe and Vivian are members of
Pa-filament Mr. Primrose is a son of
The municipality of Ghent is repre?
sented by C. D?: Uruyne, alderman,
and Alphonse Van Werveke, curator
of archa-oloi-y of the Museum of (Jhent.
Canada s? nt Sir Edmund Walker, Sen?
ator Raoul Dandurand, Charles A.
Ilatirath, Travers Lewis and Captain
Charles i^rederlCh Hamilton. Austral?
ia is represented 1?> Sir ?it-nrge Hous?
ton Held, High Commissioner for Aus?
tralia in London.
Committee Meet-; Visitors.
The peace visitors on the Caronla
were greeted down the bay by their
n-ccption committee, of which William
Church ??shorn is chairman. The
members <?t" tl.inmlttee, as guests
of H. A. C. Smith, Doch ?'ommission
er and vi?e-chairman of the reception
? ommlttee, bofsrded the tug Brooklyn
at 8*80 o'Cl "k In th.- morning at list
street and the North lUver.
Among th? persons on the tug w? re
William Curtll DeBMregt, < luirman of
the ? ?'iitinitt'?? on general supervision;
John A. Stewart, chairman of the ??x
ecutlva ' ommlttee; it. George F.
Kim/, snd William B. Howlend.
The other naembara of the committee
who greeted the delegates at the pier
Were Nil bolea Murray Butter, atom?.
ti. m of Columbio University ; Henry
Clews, Qeorge William Burwigh, boc
rotary of th? PUgrlmi <?f tin? United
sta:??, Captain W. i. Forbes. Austen
O. l?"x, CalVln W. Kite. William II.
short and George T. Wilson.
Th" programme to-day in? ludes a
reception by the Mayor, a iun?-heon at
th?? Waldorf and a business session in
th.' :?([? rnoon.
HONORS FOR CONFERREES
; Elaborate Entertainment Is
Planned at Washington.
' rrem 'i i.? Tilbasa n ii?mi i
\? ' -fton, Kay ' - fotenstve arrange*
rc been made by a local ?-otnmlt
..? foe ti.? entsrtalnment of tha lnterna
tlonal <?onf. n? ? -?. amo Mill meet la Mew
York to-morrow, t<> outline the programme
. tern J of th?? ssgniag ?if th.'
treaty of Clbent, when they ?rtsH Wssh
IngtOO, May 12 and It. Th.? ent'-rUtn
n.?nt commit????? ? ?unprlses a huntlred
Th.? i-onfotr.-.s will arrive in Waj?hlnK
t"ii at in o'clock 01 the merahsg of ftfai
12, and ?in be met by tha local tnsntnlt*
??., headed bj Jamei Brawn icott They
?mi be recel?? ?' l nom by ?he geeratai
of stab Bird by the President si 12 II
O'clock. At I O'clOCh ?'?>l"nel R ?her? M
Thompson Brill IwM a ie?.pt|oii m th<?lr
r, ?nd In th- . ?.tr.tiK ?he-,- ?ill I- 11 ? - -
guests of the Carnegie Sudan ment for
International Peace larra lory Bryaaaad
andren Ca**negte %*.ill t.e bbbssbj tie
? ?? m?" fini*, and it M
? t.'i thai Senator Rood win prsetda
P.'ints of filterest In Wsahlngton and ?? I
rlnlty win i?e visite?! ?he rOBswiag d.u
Among the Wsshlngtonlsna sew in New
l'ork te iiift the other delegates ar?? .\?t
Imlral Qeoige Dewey, Qsaersl Hdsso a
Mile* i T Ai-xi- .i. ? < hrahess n?n. Ur
faines Brews Icott, Rear \>imir?i Basest
i. Peary, William \ t'?>\. OlffOrd Pia? bel
Brigadier ?'? ne* si Ifugh i. B "?t. H
M Th "ti'|.?-'il'. S.nt. i. I '?oniper!", Ilerr?.
White, "I ? ? - - r i .? -? N?l-?"ti Pgt?, ?'??Ion. I
Thomas vv Rymoti and bei itera Hew*
lands and Sutherland
FREE SOON. THAW EXPECTS
Relies on Testimony in Anhut
Caso to Pave Way
tin- TBMgi >? I t" I ha i in am |
i iKhkiii. N I Mai ? ?i.- i
Tl an Bi sere-red ? i ash ? Ij ?? ka
M tteasma Mate HtasgHal this aft.?r
n. on i" ?'..ii.iii.-iii "n th. reeerl th.tt m*
?i?i boi s*l i 'u i h*e|j ?
|| ? ; ? vv |
her s?"i Halrv w?. mi,,,, ,,,,,
u i tarnlni
? .?h ' : . talking ii?.'iit
his own ? ing ??ton?*
filth ?h tl h.' w??ul?l ?...in v-in hi? f r? NSSSBI
. i i ibeaa ? orpua pi "? seehnga
Thaw i.iiiiu'ii there a*aa a j'idr-e, an ha
i v|.i. .?.seil il. "fair iiilli'it?! enough" to
a'?nt him hie iu??t\ ii.? mttssalsd thai
another 1 rril ? oeM aeg i?.
bsh n? sa I II be ess sal free he
?.. ild K" t" But
Than leeks leve ltd f.i?>?r.-,u? kB Mh>
IS, vben be ?-.in grra taMtaasar in ????
Aniiiit bribery asee. n<? belsevsa he -.in
n .ii?.- ?-M. a i good tasarresBlen an the esnrt
?hat ?ho writ he e?t|>?-ct?i noon to follow
will hr Beted BgSBB fa\?irithl> Tho?- SaSSS
t> Tha?- intimate that Anhut wa? ne\er
??li-MRed a? hie . ??iiiisel InMea-l, It Is
??'i I. Ar.hut ftgt attorney f"i It. Kux.sell
SrhS --I'll I BSM iliiteii'Uet ?f ktattSS w..n.
be tern aaTared >..""" ?" Ores hit?
OIRL LAW STUDENT DIES
Returns Home from Bail and Takes
Life by Inhaling Qas.
Hlae Minnie Wat asi ala, h young law
Hi'l'ii'. r?iuin?i) tn.in i hell l?, h?*r
beese, at He I ?Unreal ftreei. asuty
rdai inorniiiM, entered ?h?- t?-thi??iin
and sesnssttted asjletda by inhaling ill ? -
When the family broke In the ?Joor they
fouiiil fl,?> \?nii,,. woman h hod?, lylns on
tha Bane Ksa**gy ?as ?? iera# t-eeket of
roses whhh bad Seen m^n her a few
Benjamin -S/eiastola, mthes sf the iaad
lili, said BSM |MI| |lf.,.? i,u?y Utrly with
h.-r attestes snd nltk the argsalesikse sf
a elab ??f Mas?is, wh?>se ball aha sttesaf
e?i ?n ktaedaj sight sad thai he i?.
;i"v"1 km nui?i bad basa ?nre, asd i?y
WILL STUDY RADIUM
AS A CANCER REMEDY
Harvard Medical School to Make a Special
Investigation of Its Effects in Treat?
ment of Dread Disease.
Cambridge. Mass.. May 1?The effect of
radium in the treatment of cancer ts to
be made the subject of a special Investi?
gation at th*? Harvard Medical School,
under the direction of Dr. William Duane
For the present the experiments will be
conducted In the Collls P. Huntington
building, but In the near future a special
building is to be erected, adjoining the
medical school, and devoted entirely to
the work of radium Investigation.
Dr. Duane has studied in the laboratory
of Mme. Curie, the discoverer of radium,
atid has been In touch also with the
work of thr? Radium Institute in London.
The Investigation Is to be made under the
general supervision of the cancer com?
mission of Harvard. An announcement
by Dr. K. E. Tyzzee, director of the com?
mission, says a group of investigators is
being assembled to attack the problem of
cancer treatment from various points of
IWtOnt The Tribune Bureau.]
Washington, May 4.-Two-thirds of the
radium supply of the w?>rld Is being pro?
duced In Europe from American ore*, ac?
cording to experts of the United Sutes
Bureau of Mines. In a statement Just Is
, sued it is pointed out that, while radium
Is purchasable only in very ?mall quanti
ties and at a price equivalent to |2,J5?,'?j
an ounce, not one gram has been prn.
duced In the United States, althoui/h thl?
country has the greatest supply of nnu^
t . Bring ?ares In the world.
"The United Slates Is in the humili?t,
ing position of being forced to purchia
at extravagant prices from abroad tvr'.
radium as its hospitals and pajr-fci?-?
can afford for experimental purpot*.
while we have been supplying the or??
from which It Is made.'' said Charier, L
I'arsons, chief of the division of ymhjaam
technology of the bureau. "It Is needl?J
to say that we have been greatly hi*,
pered in uur work by th..- almost pro.
hlbitlve prices at which the ladluta hit
"Radium Institutes have been tttth
llshed In Austria, FYance, Germany ?&?
England, and a European BCfsnoi and m
Industry have been developed from Amal?
ean ores. While carnotite Is found in
small quantities in a number of stare,
tin? more Important deposits are seattir?(i
over a considerable area in ?.olortdo u|
Utah. The largest proportion of thli on.
however, has been produced around Pan.
dox Valley, in Southwest Colorado."
?ARD Oll IN
'IIED LIKE DOGS"
(ontlniird from tir?) pas'.
for fourteen hours. That Is a total of
thirty-eight hours of work out of forty
F<*r this the majority of the men are
paid $1."? a week. Some make $17 ??O
ami g few?experienced stillmen?earn
?...'I. The work is the hardest kind of
manual labor, consisting of firing hoil
? rs. hauling fires, wheeling out ashes
and stripping stills. These stills, In
several Instances, are in the open air.
where the men do their work in winter
in the snow and cold, and In the sum?
mer under the blazing sun. A large
percentage of the men are Poles and
otl??-r foreigners, and support large
"The awful condition of the men can't
be exaggerated." Mr. Healy declared to
a reprt-sentatlve of The Tribune yes?
terday. "The men are worked like
d.-gs, and, in eom?? cases, treated still
more lll<?* ?logs by th?-ir superintend
"I have seen ?hem . nine ? IT their
I twenty-four hour shifts so dead tired
i that they drop down on the grass as If
It ts summer and lay there asleep for
t?-n hours, until they have to go to
work again for another fourteen hours.
And when they eat during their work?
ing hours, they have to do it by snatch?
ing a bite between shovels of coal."
Remedial Legislation Passed
These conditions were flr?-t brought
i to th-- attention of the investigators
last Muy, erben Um Tau tory in\?*tigat
; Ing Commission b*gan itg work. At thut
, um?- Mi. Hfaiv teatMad before the
< ?Immission, of Which BonatOff Ilobcrt
i*. Wagmr la chairman. Invootlgatlon
and reports from the State Department
? f i.abor followed and laws troto aaaot?
.-?I tO botttr < orulltlons. The l?-gislat?*rs
Includai provisions for lav.itorl.-s
which ware Inching befara In m???i
Sa and f <T the in, 1, Mine of sMIl*
HOW the Standard ?HI ?'ompaiiv h*M
?oiiiplle?! With than re-pnreni.-iits i*
the subject of the bttt -1 sped.il rt?ft i |
prepared bj Chnrtea Kewtateky, ?f Um
Statlonarv Uir? m. n. ami now m Mr
ll?.?lv's i;,,?,'l- Th? report dc? Ures
that in several Instan? ? s iiolbliig has
i.? ? i. .I in-.
At the Qinuns ?"utitv \ ar?l s ?-ord?
mg 1<> l\.u.?:skv s fgaottta ' th?? wsah
ro.rn is there, but the m.-n ? Mtin ?t us??
tt. as tb? v- have no lights or hen?, or
I?., kers in It. It BOBBM to nte a- though
it i? Umso f>?r eh.>44 ealy.
"All new ?mi,. Mr?? n-.t ,nvrred as
Um i .-i" 11 ? ontlnuea Tin bmb
? ?: .. ,i t.? nil kimis . f weather II
it th. v b iv.- no intonth
roeortag the Bi
At the Kinss ?'ouiitv yards a? ? atted
tb?- i. port rs rovi m? nt?.
tniide. but tb.-v are gg| g? ?, ,.., ?
th?- men, .is in, v I . ?thtuba ? i
t?.||.-is gg v.l. ' l p i,, lYLruiirv I. when
Pralls North ll'lh Htre.t vaul ?mis In
v?-stlgnti-.|. no Improvement? had been
made in ninlturv arrangement,?
''It? ports made to me. ' Mr l|. . ?
?i--, ?ar? ?i. ston U at in utem ? am Hm
BMB Imv. boon 'oinp.ll. ?I to work In
l'i? -?ti..vv n n,| ram until ?',
dl. ?1 bed !hr?.||gb, ?l|,| wh,t, tb> V ?1 ?,|
finished the> had n.? pi,o . i,, nongtt ?,,
or change their clothes for dry m?
I have seen two men. after the gmi
dirty work they had done for fourt?
hours at the refineries, try to wtah t
in two or three cupfuls of water in
quart pall. At that, some of the m?
arc so tired they go horn?* us they lei
"Ab for some of the treatment ?rlvi
them by their bosses, my men hi'
reported to me cases where the mi
were treated like dogs. In one ce.
a few of them working at a still in tl
open air put up a rough shed to cov
it in place of the building r?-iulred 1
the state, but the foreman called fi
an axe and chopped It down. Thlt
brutality of the worst eort
"Another complaint made has to ?i
with time off. Most of the men. prol
ably from 75 to ?SO per o?nt, are Catl
olics. We had reported to us cae
where men asked their foremen f<
occasional time to attend mass. 8m
day means work like any other <U
for them, so they have to ask to |t
off. The answer was that they wet
there to work, not to go to ehaBcL**
Efforts on the i>art ?if the Investip
tora to secure better conditions wei
met with no response an.i In seven
?ases with resentment, according l
both Mr. Healy and Mr Frayas, of ti
Amerbari Fcderathm of Labor.
' We wer? t??!?l by <u.f the hn
in? n of the plants that th.* official! fl
not want any interfer?? ? .,n?l w-f
entirely capable <?f ?leal Bg with thH
own men." Mr. Frayne eassrtea. "I
'several ?ases where the f"d?*ratta
j held meetings to get th?- men t-*f?eth<*
'employes of the <omp:ir> wen poete
at the doors to spot the ti ?*n who ?!
tended and Tylkoft and WeiM report*
that the men were tlpi? 1 on that the;
would he discharged It " ? -.? .'?Mned ?
union. Men who were actirs were i?
We ar?* coltig (??> wag. a fight tl
help these men," Mr. Healy u
MMKOd "They are living In an awful
????nditioii. Their sanit?r*] tnattmsw
ing? are, better than UM ?.re bei?*?
the tight fat improvem??? ' ?.??gan. H
' what thi-v need now i- .? : iw that *ii
.limit the hours of w.?rk t? tea *>
! Bgfead for the' ' I H P
i going t?? hare the i ilMH m-*
In th.- Stan?i.?r?l OH ?'"n; ..? \'a piss?
I until we get tOt ? hiSUa*
truatanant tot H
SEEKS DIVORCE FIVE TIMES
Aged Woman Fails in Each Out
to Convince Court.
I Hv T.-1?i'.?? ' ?
lleno higa) . Mbv I T.iihS >
l.ager,pil?t, n luislneae woman. *""?
ent' -three ?.eurn old r?i, ?nee?! r?
1er.lay her fifth ?Jet ' ?H***
? ourt?. in win li etie h?, t .?. n n.?k a
earnent attempt? I I titOO]
frmn F.rle I.MR. ? ? ?am? *#
si,.. | ?ion. *
i '?instan? ? . finhir. i e?ir?W
,r?i?ltv and ? 11
. lellt . ,||. ,,. , ?
Tin ? t'V Bf*
1...g. r.|ul?.t in M..i
here, Mhi? I- the o*A rg* tSf
and anai?t?.. nt I ? ? ????*
. ourt In re , st ilrntltsl I?*"
lions ix'tw . i ??I?***
considered by I ? ? and ?
pia\era denied ? ? .-eves?
J iii-di. tion In tin? , .-. dr? Ut**
?|Ulet will r. t? : - l'")_^
Safe and Sanitary Fur Storage
Send garments and other articles made of fur t.* rtoCasfJ
early and secure the longest period possible in the safe
and healthful atmosphere of our l>r\ Cold Stor?ff
The cost of alterations and repaid is much lower in
Summer than in the busy season. Kemodelinj, ma) -*
ordered now with entire satisfaction as conservative?
styles for the cominj? year are well established
Celt 3761 Qsssjgj
19 West 34th Street, New York
p ?%?% ,\ft)\ nut 41. i ? \ ft ? v