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SUFFRAGETTES IN FACE
'?The Standard." of London,
Says Their "Huge War Chest"
Is a Gigantic Bluff.
REVENUE IS DWINDLING
.Alleged $75.000 Subscribed at
Albert Hall Said to Consist
Largely of Dummy
1? ndon, Ma* 21. "The Standard
??erfs that the mlltanl Is practl
?It claima to know that
ge \\;ir .h. s: if the auf
I ??"??? is a gigantic
bluff"; iliat th< alleg? d $75,01)0 s ib
? ?Vlberl H m? ?
?pel; "f dumm
ni 01 11 ?mu? in ?ash. and
- from ti..? --ale of
? ?! public subset Ip
y da Ind
Advocates ? f free apeech are adopting
i, with the object "f
ting th< i'f it ?ii Home B?
??. i ip to the
rday and hurled a
... glass ?I".
nald McKenna'a sanctum. \ h<>?? l
nf "Vote for 1 - ? -? bove
. by tti.? shattei i ? ! |
? , ? .
- :? i
l state ??!" siege
? ? f ? .1 i?> the
tant suffragettes that the] \?
na ami thus ren
fi ;i;f world's nm.i
. hampionship, which Is I
? ?? week.
The most int? i ? ex? t< m? nl it.
nnion?* the i ? ? ? : ? nd
ipon the links for tb
. members of the i:? ,.i
trem ? ? They and the
rganized n - on.?
?::< mbera, together ? Ith
-, ?'ill pll.ir i
the ? ind day.
? ? er; da th? ich; thai
? mt auffrag train fi om
erinp th? until th?- last
moment, when II would be impo
\? ..11 ? n Will 1l?*e ?*itli?'t
th?- ur? ( ?8, all i '
ned then hav? provided them
s with large umbrellas to prev? ni
orrosive fluid being thrown Into
The }'.w er* Ta les, by \?hi?-li th-?
Pfraglam, are ? ;
? d, an?l ?? ?ubly
?su) ,.-;?.'?? ghl haa ?been
n??"?.'< i ? th? railroad bridge the
i - from which aweepa I ?, the
and th?-? gl tl>*.
RUSSIAN BAR FOR ABLE JEWS.
(M ten g. at Mlnli
of p ? mi? 'l an order lo
? 'r??s admitted I" ihe uni?
must be rhosen
b?- I???. ; -... n ad?
?of every standard make,
and in sizes and construction
to suit every requirement.
The linings of these refrig?
erators arc of crla?-?-. metal, or
vitrified steel, assuring abso?
lute Sanitation and Efficien?
cy, an<l the perfect circula
? of dry, cold air makes
fur econon ;? of ici an'i ideal
Summer Necessaries :
1 lammocks, ? ? >u< h I lain
i t H ?4.11" -~. etc., of
every variety. Ice I ream
? ? . Water J-'iltcr? and
BEST QUALITY ONLY
45th St. and 6th Ave., N. Y.
M y let worth coming milet to tee.
On Flat-Soled nnj*lish Lasts, low Heel.
High Lace R?ssels. $2.95. S3.98, UM
\ Splendid Lot of Mfr's samples
At $2.85 (Worth $4.00)
)"<? Ruinait, High Ku??et?. HU, k lull.
MORGAN & BROTHER
thUohod ItSl i
230, 232. 234. 23b West 47th St.
I Nur Rroifls-iy
Entire chaige taken of re?
movals in Town or Country.
Motor Vans have been
carefully constructed i'.r the
transportation of fragile tnrni
(hi?a. ?.Ih?.??. m?- ?irn.iniarii? ?n?1
Hi.ok* ra'k'-,1 .i.i'icr oui 1. iik rant ra.
r.irnltura ?ml \?'.:n? Of Art
r)?'-ka?1 anil thlpptd li ?II
' U.a w??rlr|.
Send for Entimate.
FATHER VAUGHAN SINGS
PRAISES OF AMERICA
No Land on Earth, He Says, Where for
Honest Day's Work a Finer Living
Wage Is To Be Got.
i ?n ? labia ta Thi i ? I
London, Ma) -1 An enthueiaetic
ome ?waited Father Vaughan last
nlghl when he stepped "ti to the plat?
form at Quean's Hail in order to deliver
his lecture on ??what i ?San and Said
m America." In the course of tue
i? ' t ira, a bit h was . rammed full of
.? ? thai kepi his ? idten? e conl Inu?
ally laughing, ?Father Vaughan ?.??id no
rlption of ins could ? on\ej an.\ Ides
of the courtesy, kindness and hospital?
ity thai had h? en nc? orded to bun all
the time he was In America from everj
section of the community, from the
President In the White House to the
logger m the lumber ?ramp. Bui li hos?
pitality, he was sure, there never was
?before. He had travelled thirty thou?
sand miles, and it would hardly ?be an
exaggeration to saj thai he had never
paid for a railwa) uikei 01 foi a room
In a hole!
New Vork, 1 >? Mid, was a wonderful
powerhouse, where everything enter?
prising and advenl roil ?a as propa?
gated, i' waa a place where you could
j nol K?t old. v.?! had to keep young.
When s'irtici'oih wrote, "If you work
? m is : ou are doing in New York we
shnii have lo meet him with a hearse."]
he replied, "If I StS) in New Vork
much longer they ?in have to meet m?*
with h p. rambulator,
in eonclusion Fathei V'aughan
man) paopla arrota him aaklng irhether
1)?- Would ni .?min? n?l th? in !?? *fo i"
Ann in a
"Do i recommend 'iif' worktngman
to n?> ??ut ' i i.. oinmend an*b<>dy i"
go "in ? in? foea ?.?mi the determina?
tion to ihKp ins ?.'?.i ..ft' roll up he
sleeves, put his i>. ? k Into th?* ??-?rk and
let iif.- Bweal roll down. I recommend
any man to ?,*" out who la determined
to in;ik,? his waj i?.?i ????ii" is nol going
i?? til?, m. i.? cau -?? things ?i" not u??
well \? 11 h him. Persevera go on, and]
In Ihe end i am quita sure an) man in
Ameii? a (rill ? oine out on top.
"One i h in e is ? ? rtatn. l do ii"t know
an) land on earth ?here In eschange
for an hones! day's a ?rla you will get
?? tin"! living wage. I have come bach
from the fnited States feeling that In
nil the greal things which really i
i. r there Is ver* little difieren? e be?
tween iti* "r us W ?? all ':?'' ?'? ,!-? aame
?li"i?. ?-. the aame ?kmtows. the same dis?
appointments, ill?- sama trials and tro
i.i. ? that ha? o built up ? ? i rnan'a
liff. no matter ?.?? nal his position la an
lha s?.? tul Isddi r "
MARC KLAW'S PURCHA!
A Circassian Beauty"
"The Envious Butterfly."
By Cable i ;- . ?
London. Mm 21. "The beat pla:
the best : -l have seen
i -n la The ';? ? ?
tur? ' aaid Marc Klaw to
? ?'.' laal i | ?
Klaw expr? .?s???; i . '? ? ? ef that "
Market.?' pr? du ? ?1 last
urda?, night at Daly's, WOUld !??? g
\ ??hide for I ?on,,id Brig I w hen
d In Amerl? s In the I
"While m ?Berlin " Mr k
"1 bo ighl a must? al comedy ? alle.
n Bes ill ;? ' a nd also ?
j with Emrai-rich Kellman for a
retta to be ? ?
?? of the "I' u I'.ii'.
Icrflj ' are now on thi ,r "
in Paris l met Charles McCle
('Ivan * 'at ? II"), w ho I a?- ? isl flnli
the mUB ' and \ er?-?? of 'The LI
which will b? d In >
V?>rk next fall."
- i:. Dlllingham, II Is
nounci ed for M las Fa t
w ard a Kr? nch farce, "?Mad
i' i ente," b Pierre V'ebei
in d n? nnlquin, to ?be i ed In N
Toi k In ?September.
TOR ONE TEA CUP, $3
Fragonard Realizes $6,f>00
Paris Art Sale.
By I ... .'?,..,
Paris, May 20. High ?prices ruled
of the pictures, ?.i.j
d'art, teacups and furniture forml
the ' olle? non of an anonj n.'
A small oval picture, "Van
Offering Garlands," by Fragonard, i
allied >''? 500 as agalnsl $3,500 paid I
t seven ean ago.
A small writing desk of unust
?>? brought ?$0,000
V alngl? tea ip broug I $300, and 1
two other specimens, almoal as tii
.S'.u?? and $230 wer? n allsed
BERLIN PREPARES FOR
Streets Already Hung with Ga
lands and Flags for Sat?
1 i: Cab?ate The " ?'? in?
n. May -" ' ;ai lands, lia?: -. | ?
and decorations of all ??orts adorn ti
T'nter dm Linden and all the stree
and avenues through which next ?9a
I wedding pr.-sl"n will pr
raed. The oflldal programme for ti
?days' festivit?s has |usl ?been I
sued it enumerates g rariea of lunH
eons ai;d dinners to th?' foreign so-, ??
and members ol thi prin'???'
families ?relatad t.? the Kai?--1 and i
tl a ?proapi i live bi id? ?groom ?Pi In? ?? E
neat August of Cumberland, and re, a]
lions to the ambaaaadora and delegati
from the German states, duchies an
?\f| the i;r?-at stats bar
.?i on Friday night there will ?be
viail t'? the opera house by the th.r?
emperors and all the distinguished rli
I tora This win undoubtedly be on
of the most magnificent of the publl
functions ?Sarllet on Friday th?- glfl
from Hanover, Bi uns? I? h and oth<
states and tl? I b< present? ?i
civil marriage ceremonr id time
tot 4:80 p. tii. on ?Sal irda) In th?grea
hail of atata In the Bchloaa. The Oran
Marsha!. ? '? m li t Bulenbcrg. Will Ofll
data As soon as th?- ii\ii caramon!
':- concluded the procession to the pal
ace ? hapel will start. The Re? i*t
Dryandar will conducl ihe cburcl
Then will < ome thi ?great paradi
through ?Berlin, a spectacle which bldi
fair to ?be more magnlflcenl than anj
M\ing ?Berliner has been privileged U
s?.- ?before. And a hile Bt :?n i^ er
f.'te. abl?se with lllumlnatlona crowdj
?parading th'? ?parks and str?'ets. th?
banque! al Ihe Bchloaa will ?be servad
and the toaal to the newly wedded
couple proposed bj Emperor William
In s speech which will be cabled
around the world.
Officers of the Is' Dragoon Guarde,
whose ?rofcmel la King George V of
England, have arranged a "biKh break
las?." BerUn Style, for the Hritiah mon?
arch and their ?regimental commander,
to be given on Sunday morning. Not
to be outdone, the Offll ? rs "f the Cttr
Alexander Regiment of Imperial Gor?
man Granadl?tr Guarda, whose colonel
la ?zar Ni? bolas, will ?jive a breakfast,
ll'issian Style, to the Kussian l.mp'ror
al the ''flicfrs' Club M the Kamt? day
FOR BIG AUSTRIAN NAVY
Military Men Will Not. as Hith?
erto. Control It.
? ? Ma* -.'??. ? >n the ??? - om
mendatlon of the Prince Imperial,
Archduke Prana Ferdinand, the 1 i?
trian government h.is determined ?"
pntatii lj..-.-? the ?-"iiti.il
of military landsmen. Investigation
shows '-.. i i ha* e
, ?.'??ii wast? i - - ise the votos <?f army
?' era m the ? ounctl of the w ;.r I ?.
| ji;iri ment ha ? hind? red proi
\ . tria i?- non an-hil to II I *
nai j not ? ? m ill" Inland
Heavy appropi atloi
' for 'if adnoughta and ? ;
? m (he M< many
new coast defen?*?
In ? ommiaaion on he I ? i
Hitherto the nai ? has i.? ? n adm n
: as .i ?;? pa f ? nl "f Ihe vVur
( ? ?ti,. ??. Tins i.lil-?
m? nl has long ?sen etH \i? ii
duke Kr.it,/ Ferdinand holda lhai the
great lesson la ein b* the Balkan r r
'with Hi" free ponducl of each ?nn of
the sei i Ice. The onl? quest lot
.?-.i- ?. which sho ild a left to cl
i?, how much the nation ? in afford ti
spi nd f'?r real i reparedni
J. S. HANSEN TO COMPLAIN
TO STATE DEPARTMENT
American, Convinced He Is
Victim of "Frame-Up," Says
Justice Was Denied Him.
London, May 21.?Convinced thai ' ?*?
haa !?? ' n Jobl ed an I thai ? ! the i?*Kai
i-i?? i edlnga aga i il him ha ? ?? i?Tn
simply .-> frame-up in an attempt to
keep hfin nwa*j from ill.? ';.,i!: k The?
? 11 ?? until .?fi? r the prod i? i Ion .f
? < YoeflUB.'' J. Balter Hai ? ? lu?
vt make ?t proteai to the State De?
partment againat th.? ireatmeni ha haa
I received In the English courts .->?, the
hsnda of th.? police here. The Impre
Bario aaya it ,? ?/er* strange that al?
though he bas s ? ??ntr;i? t irlth Baron
Henri de Rothschild covering the I
Hah h ml American rights t?> ''Crow
i he ? ourt not <mi\ swept au a* hit n
junction reatrainlng Arthui Bourch.er
I from ^f-inc th*? play, but even ordered
Mr. Hansen to deliver to Mr. Hour?
chl? r th? - ? f- - The km? i - an asp's
he h;?;- letters and papera proving i h it
h?- peraonallj ordered this teener] md
in- falls i" ae? ii????- the ?ourt can take
from him iiis peraonal proper) Ha
win make an appeal in the msttei to?
Mr. Hanaen, ?.?.i?" was fin
nn bail ysstsrdsy, ?s ,?t\ Indignait
H.? waa detained forty-two hours ???tii
out even the privilege ??f consulting ??.
lawyer, and waa then haled t<? court,
a i ere ihe trump? d up Imputation of
mental derangemeni was made kk.hiui
him. although he waa denied the
slightest chance of submitting e?.i
dence In ins ?,?? n bi half.
,\s thi? casa n?o*a stands Mr Hour
rhlei h.is ?? ?"Kill rjlghl lo produce
"Cr?*esua" lo-morroa iukIii if m. da
Rothachild deposita a bond of ISO.OOU
to m"?*i any suit thai Mr. Hanaen may
?CHINESE LOAN SUBSCRIBED
Rush in London for Prospectus
lauinJun. Msj M The i ish to dsy fsi
the prospectus of the Chinese loaa re
cailed in?- scene? which att?-n.ie.! usa Laaua
of tin? IspSnaSS war lOSJIS The ???rt'<>n
allotted t?> London Is approxlrnattly S37,
[..,..,1. 0f -rhlch jr."?".'*?' according to
tii?- iMiMpaetus, baa i??-?-'i slrssdj applied
for p.n'i will be allotted I" full
Th? provision that MO la payable on ap
|.Mention sont a chill among the lanks .>f
tho?" who wars preaariag to take h?i
?.antane of the PCI-rnlum of l*Vfj par rent, at
which tin- '"an ??.-i? iiij.ii.n raaterdsy
There wsa a Bmsrt i-.-i.-ti.>n, an?i tin?
? premium declined to fron* \ is i per cent
| The loaa Is ra.l".?inaole b> annual draw
?Inm In forty-seven ?ears.
! l??>ndon. Mi?' -'? The IVkiria COITS
lapoadaat of "i'h. Ttmee'* ?-?bbbMsis that
the pollt'cal sltuaiii.il la ill?tin?tl> 1m
urorod, an?l th.- .lanu.-i "f an otithreak I?
ballavad te h* pa*-' The aaeurH] of the
now loin Is probh inati'-al. hu? ha point?
out that Investors ma? rejv upon th.?
fi\e powers wh" B**?*, sponsors for th.?:
CANAL ?O PUT CHICAGO
ON ATLANTIC COAST
Plans Complete for Georgian
Bay Channel from Lakes to
Sea, Says Sir R. Perks.
WILL COST $125.000.000
Seagoing Vessels Will Be Able
to Load at Lake Ports, En?
gineer Maintains, After Two
Years' Work in Surveys.
t'hicaao before mai?) rears ?ui be a
11 ?port f??i Atlantic liners, if plans
erried o il \? hl? h Bli Robert Pe? lu,
'"' tweni Mrs a .mber of Parlia?
ment. i,a? s|?-nt the ?ast two months In
this countrj and Cm - ting Thla
?ill h.- ace mpllahed b) the construction
of the Georgian Baj Canal, providing for
a waterwa] f..? large ateamera irom the
1 ;" ??i l?ak? i to thi.
B ' ''???l't :' who retired from Parliament
??o reara ago i nd be ama In : It] .. mem
*" : ,,f the enalneeiins Arm ??r Macarthur
Perka A t'o.. lad . of Ottawa and New
y?jrk, told of these plana laal nlghl In the
st. Regla, ?here he was preparing to tall
for home to-da) on the M ? in ta ala
"The canal." be ?Mid, "will b.- m im
tortanl '?' ' a?ada a? the Panama Canal
'- to the I'nlted ?State? T ? ?? BI it?
?ii> amare h its t.. . . ... n(U,.
?' i"-"" tona will i..- able to load al
Chicago, Dul ith, Milwaukee or othei
Ameri??an torts on l?ake Michigan and
lake ?Superlot and ? arrj men , ,)IK... ?
? f ore, wheat, lumbei ... whatever II mai
be dir* tl] to k tropean ports without
Will Cost $125.000.000.
"Thi rai ?' Is an assured thins Laui i'"r
? l Borden have pledged Iheh ?-npnort
for th.nstnii tlon of n The ? hai ??
bas been gnmted, Ihfl .??'.' ;in.l
the rompan! formed t?? Rnance II it ?-ill
? I ? ?'?? i . b HM It, about one-half
Ihe present . ..st of the Pan.'anal it
??ill be t:- anadian govern?
? ? ? guara ?? ? on Ihe tonda, altl ?
Ihe i .k* ib??
.? the guara
? ntiH ?!>
it a ill i onstst main:' for Its 4S0
?i di epenlng ti ?
, . i ? . ? . ?. ? ?
0 feet ??a the Moi t
? bann? I aril] be iw ?
f. m '?????? ; ?? . ted that II
. ?? ;
I nt? a I tl " ?' : 'I pi"
? power I generated from
arly operation < rill be
? .. .,,
. enera I
i were g
. ? ? One, I
? . ? - tl lambllni
?\ . had
h Tl ??
? ? |g of tae u ? a d, he
I remedy this i for tho
a been | roved ntti i I
Will Benefit Canada Farmi,
i real comp? tttor of the Am- ri
. ;in and w ill
?.it will do the s
for the Norths ratera Cai ad an far
> fork canal will do
drawn to the
i ar u .>t osai b Ihe fa? I thai
w engaged i a rail
? ?? ? n'.n f"i the Bout he i n Pa
? ? '.- Mid
??i '? this: I think i lallfornla n abeo
lutely i ?Khi In | eetrii tl? >? legisla?
? n? i,is gol t.. be aaved t"
ih?. u ?? ra ?? And more than that, in
m. opinion, In caae of troubla beta
japan and Ih? United Btatea there is no
treat) thai England ma) have with Japan
that would prevenl hei throwing in her
lot ? ntirel) a Ith it"* United 81 it? I d ?
trattty treaty, even
would hold in ?as?- of trouble between
the United btatea and the colored racfa
all tie,i? . ? w., iid almpl] l?s h irli d sside '*
PEACE SOCIETY JUBILANT
I Coming Anglo-American Cele?
bration Hailed in London.
i.,,-].i..' ist -'?' "Well omlng such
i ? - ,i . |h< i ? ?"? leidme
n I rica and the prei irai
i , .s in i ? ogreaa foi the ? elebral on ? f
i he ? ?un? letton of one hundn ?i >? ?? -
peace i- I ? ? ? Orea) i ?? Italn and the
United states" mm th* prominent
phraffi ol .? issolutlon mo ed b] the
?president of the ?Board of Education, Ihe
Right Hon jis.-ph Alberl Pease, and
adopted a Ith a? i lamatlon ,?t Ihe nlnetj
-.? , mi, aim :,<: im etlng of the Pea? a ?Bo
, i. i held at the Mansion Houm t" ds ?
undei ti?- preatdenc) ol the Lord Mayoi
Mi Peaee was tha principal speaker
I ,,? <-,ii I || u.i - a matt?-t of mUi i . on
. : tulation t" ti"- ?aauntr) mat within a
fe? months it would lie sMe to celebrate
with almost i'??o?i"<?' Americana .? can
,,?? pea? ?? He n fei isd to the di?
appearance of ihe straload relation??
which had ?stated Mitmii nr.-at
Britain and Oermany, and uttered -?
warning sgalnet ?nm lie des?rrl ad ia
,,i.r the ?greet dangers ?.i to?day<
iTameiv, ihe faci that an snormous num?
ber of people were pecuniarily Intereeted
in the production of ermamenta which
threatened i" become a reeted interest
and gel control of the natloo, as the
li.juor trade did a f.-vv yeais bach
a message from fir Edward Gr-ey, the
British Foreign Becretary? le the meet?
ing said thai though these causes were
working for srar, "1 am conseloua that
Ih. Sre .?I?" K'eater causes Working
?,,. and Strengthening the cause of
U. S. SCHOONER TOWED TO PORT.
gydnej Australia Hai t\ The Ameri?
can aohooner George E Billings, from
Portland, ??re. was Un? ed Into harbor
here to-day She went ashore in Uotany
Ha;- on May M
KING NOT TO ABDICATE.
Geneva. May 20 -The Servian Premier
ha? sent a lelecraphi?- niessaK?? to N" S
retrevlrh. Servian <ons.il hete, matin*
that the reports of the Intended abdiea
ii..n of King Petef me without founda
'CARUSO BACK IN LONDOf
IS WILDLY WELCON
Recalled Eight Times at Co\
Garden After Singing
IHv .Hhla to Th? Tribun* 1 *~
I-"iii!"n. Ma) 21.?The return
Cortiso to lovent Garden last nia-ht
mark?.I h? auch BCSBSB as are ri
?vitnessed at the upera house.
h??use v,,s --tacked, tlie brilliant a
m? e being beaded i>\ royalty, but
a small proportion of th"?e who soi
I?? hear the meat t.-nor from the
bties wet?- able to obtain admltts
and m?>st of these were outside
.in.?is for man? hours Indeed, ths
i?i- queue begsn to form s....n I
daylighl yeaterdaj morning. la the
were man? ???.men ??Im .ame pro*/
with ?amp stools and aandwlchea
\? tiie tim?- ijiew near for the
I forcance of "Pagliacct'1 there waa
1 air of Intenaity In the house Buch ?
rar.-??. ].;t there. Caruao ?cams In ba
Ing his big drum extra rigorously it
attempt t?? hide ins obvioua asrv?
f?T it ?as undoubtedl]/ a r
ordeal for him to fa?-" the immense
critlcsl Coveni Qsrden sudlence a
so long an sbBsncc, but aftei the I
few notea he proved to be In sa u
voice a.? aver, and when the cur
I rang down on the first part ..i the >?[
h" h.ul t?. f.n e a ?lorm of applBUBe
cheers, which evidently touched
. greatly. ?Even then the gallery wenl
.aiiifi?' for him, but after "i>*ht rec
? 'aruao a ould noi ?some tail any m
N?. Ringer of ?>ur time sver mad
more triumphant rentr?e at the "p
Centenary of Prussia's Int
pcndence War Celebrated.
r. c*t ?? is IT?? ' - lb i"r
I'.' i !in May _*V In BreslSU, cap
? ?r Silesia, which played an Import
role in n??- schlevem? nl of i"
ndsn? >. the "Exhibition In C?
memora Hon ??f the Hundredth Annli
sai ? of the War of ladependei
Br?ala i, 1013," a*sa opened to-ds; a
? gi ? at pomp, In the presence of
| ' 'roa n Pi In? ?? sad the ? Iros n P a?
i The i *roa n I'fin. ?? a?- patron of tin? ?
I hlbitlon. and tha Crown Prlnceaa n
resented the Emperor an.i tha Empr
? ? s o-? nlng ? ??'?'?moi.-.
The Turnvereine ?>f Bileala had mi
ni.ms f?.r ? al?
the ? ? t ?? -11 ? ii ?-? <?( ths* exhibition Ft
tour diff? r? m psi t - of the
runners had started from h:st..if
i .?n a atage run. In order t?. p
m n .1??. umenta to 'be <'!<".?n Pi?t
aftei a run of fifty-five to ninety mil
Tiie exhibition, ?vii"?-e chief aim is
show the Btate of culture a hund?
i| ntsina imple exhibits.
fifty-sis rooms ar?- shown how thin
were ?? h indn ?! j r.u ? ago ?Vual
ar.'i Rusais, ?>' thai time Pruaala's .
lies, are parti? Ipatlng prominently
the t shibitlon by ha? ing p?a? ed eai
nineteenth century relics at the d
posai of the management Tha ?'
acendanta of ihe three monsrcha ar
wsra bI that time allied agalnsl N
-,. l-'.inp? ror William II, Fran
Joseph ;'"'i Cssr Nicholas ti.t?? co
trtbuted t" ihe exhibition, bj lendi
from their treasures ver*/ ?aluable m
The exhibition, which will last un
tha ' ?? of o tober, pressnta In f'
aactiona m?morisa <>f the rulera, arn
leaden, atatesm? n and i "? la "f all ?i
nations participating In the ??.?r s hu?
? i r ?-< i \ eai ? ?ago,
I INSIST ONWAR INDEMNIT
Bulgars Talk of S40?,000,00
and of Wanting Half.
i*.i ? - Ma?, ta . !? Bulg ?: Ian M nil
1er "f i iii.iii?-?', T Ti-..-???i"i??*** who Is I
reptreaenl Huliiarla Ht th.- finan
;, :. i ,? in Pa rls In c< one? tlon ?? Ith tl
Balkan settlement, said t?. day that tr
Balkan states would ash foi s ?ar Ii
demnlt) of MM.M*.?MS, of ?h?. h Bul
t-.,-: ?? ihsn arould ba one-half
Sumerous pr?*cedrtita ba ss
". Balkan d?sn*and They did nol aah I
?..- indemnified for Indirect losaes due l
ib?? ststi of wsr, bpt meretj for relm
buraeinenl of purely mllltsry expenditure
Bi .1 th.M Of ; ? i. ?."ii? t?> those tn
. apa. .i.?t.?i :.n.i t?. th. families of th
killed it WBj on thasa i>snaiderstlona tha
t?-.a s ?ni derosnded ??.? baaed
As to a foreurs loan, the Binases afin
i?t.-:- Mid thai Bulgaria bsd no in'entin
of ?aun? him? a b!a* operation Involvln
$ i or?.. ? u had been reftorted, bu
r tul i ..?ut.-ut Lwraelf irlth Me.Of0.0Mfo
? ?: needs, contra?*ting other leans ?
Laomlon Mas \4 When tha last p.-.r
confl-rencc asaembled In taondon to ?il?
n;.?a a Balkan settlement it ??..s Bui
naiia srhlch ladulged In tactlca of ?i?-ia>
Nun tha position la rsversed. Bulaarli
l? aaxloua to sign the preliminar) pea?
tisaiy. while the other allies are ralsmj
bjecttons Thej desire a n,?><i:ti?-ation o
th.- previsions ..f lbs treaty ?? decide.
ilium by th> pov?.is Bulgaria has n?. oh
lection to such nio.iit'i ati'in, bul d*?str<
thai tins shall n??' laterfsra with tM affix
inn- of slgnatursa
There appeal's !?? i?e BO likelihood tha
lbs pas.Bferencs arill aaaembls tha
wsea The delegatsa "f the allies beM i
long nsestlng t?,-day m an endeavor t?
composa lheir differences, and tinaii*. de
elded t?? submit a aasmorandum <>f tbi
proposed m? ?im? ation? t?. the ambassa?
dor ai ronfereaos, which, scoordtng l?
pres.n? BfTangetaente, will aot mset sail!
Dr. Daneff, ihe i ?iiuanan delegsta em?
phaalSlBg Hie enorm?.us ? BptBM Of BSSP
lag the linlf-ailan armiea In the fiel?!. ? ?>n
Saatad to wait a few ?la; i 'ii urder to
aseertsla if the powers could be induced
? to a. cept the modifications.
ESSAAD PACHX MURDERED?
Defender of Scutari Said To Be
Victim of Vendetta.
Vienna. May 2D. Reports of the murder
of BBBSad l'a ha, win. .-ominan.le. 1 tha
Turk? besieged In Seutarl, have raaehe?!
the Albanians at Titrate, according to- a
fllSPStrh te the ? (tel? h?|n?st ' from that
City. The BSSBSMnatlon is ?aid tO ha va
taken pla?-e at Tirana, where K?s.iat
marched with many thouaand? of Turkish
troop.? after the a?, a.-usti?n of Seutarl and
formed a provisional Albanian aovern
It I? thSaght the murder may be |hSJ
rssull of a blood vendetta an?i waa car-,
ried out bv relatives of ?ieneral Hassan
Rlxa Pacha, "Im precede.) Kssaad aal
commandant of Seutarl an?! whOBB death
there was laid to IhS aeeount of the
'shoots man in forest
TO ROB HIM OF AUTO
Prospective Customer on Trial
Spin with Dealer Leaves
Latter for Dead.
Paria ?May 20. A crime the daring
Of which recalls >K>me of the exploits of
ihe recently ?guillotined automobile
bandits was Committed tO-day, when
an automobile dealei named Dard?ne
was shot by an apparently well-to-do
? ustomer. who ask?d tin- ?dealer tO - OB?
du? t a trial spin to ?Benita about thlrty
twa miles from ?Parts, where, !;?? said,
ins relatives woul ' purchase th.- i ar
When entering the forest ??f ?Senile
tin? customer, on some pretext, n??t
?Dard?ne to stop the car, and then Bred
six shots ft?? a r?\ oh r al him,
pushed htm oui of the car, calmly re?
started the motor and drove away.
Dard?ne, who was very seriously
wounded, was sble to tell what had
happened to some peasants who i lehed
up on hearing the reports of the allots.
A man calling himself Davtgnon, who
was Staying at a Taris hotel,
petted by the I ? * -1 i < ?? "f being the ban?
dit, li?? returned i" Paria in an auto?
mobile, took ins wife, win? was waiting
for him at ih?? hotel, ami diaappeared
without lea?. Ing a tra? a
MS. 0N_ MEXICO SOLD
Original Papers of Frontier
Commissioner Fetch $5,000.
London. M' :i Following upon the
manuscripts relating to America in
the I'hillipps aale at Botheby'a on Mon?
day came yesterday a long aeries con?
nected with Mexico inner.-eicht lots.
in it v>. ere ? original pap*ers, draw
Inga plans. ? t,-.. conipile.l bv .lean l.oiiii
I Beriandler, the mathematician and
K^nRrapi-ier. who. when he arrived lr
Mexico from Paris, la Is-*?, was ?put
Upon Hi" front!.t . ominis-ioii, for ?Irt
he worked during the subsequent t.\cn
t> reara, making these collections
The?, were never publlahed, M Ost*
landler died before b<? could prepare
them fOI thi press, but theV ??insti?
tute,) g valuable hiatorical account ??f
Mexi o, Texas, California, etc giving
particular attention t.. Indians ana
matters relating t?. the war between
M \ o and ih?- United states Them
? i. -. id .-? t.irar?-iv and realised In ail
? total of mora than $."?.<.
DIG UP ANCIENT URN
German Workmen Find Golden
Berlin, May ??An um containing a
collection of gold articlea attributed hv
experta t.. it..- aeventh and eighth can
I ' - - ' ?? . brief ?n ?ra. ??as tin
red to-day bj well diggers ?n an ea>
tats In the ricinlty "f Rberewalde, ?
t \\ ? ?,t \ aeven mllei from Merlin 1 i
urn. which i* among tin- ni?i?t ancient
? ?'. i r made in ? ? i man? . eel '
sevMty-eighl srtJclea ar?eighing flya
pounda Theee include bowle, bt,,
.??n?i rings, suppose.i in be of Ph?renl<rlan
origin and to have been Imported to 'ler
m.uiv !,? ws) ol i he Baltic.
FRANCE FORGING AHEAD
Gains Three Years on Naval
Paria May ft Durii s the course nf th?
? on the naval budget In the sen
ate to-day the Mlnleter ol Marina Pierre
Baudln, apoke h glowing terme of ti.?
irkable progreas ?n the development
of Prance'a naval atrength The Mumm
Department had ?gained thi-ee reara ai?
read oi the tin ? .-? I ? duled for carr) -
Ing ?? ' th? government - piogiamme
poui more ship-- would be laid d??wn In
October and the work would be continued
at the same ral?- In IM4 Special af'i
tlon, ha said was being given to arms
Country life? Tonic Mountain air an hour from New l ork?
les! and easy luxury beside at
Briarcliff Manor New York
V> ner? von may ?hr.J ine more intimate refinement? ot eeml'..rt - ?ervice, ple??ur?p'??
*a?e and a "retreat heauti'ui lor yournelt and your tamilv. It ?tanda commandinglv
?among id? WeatdMatar Mill?. Ka? adeqiate garage tacilitie?. tenm?, goll and horsfkarlt
ridmg. A? lor aiit'irrtohiling Igueit automobile?), the W estchester road? tell In? ?it ) .
Bnarciitf Cream, Milk and Bu'ter used at Briarclitf Lodge; also, fresh vegetable? (rum
Briarclitf Lodge Gardens.
Booklet, lermi and Road Map Sent on Application
BRIARCLIFF LODGE, BRIARCLIFF MANOR. N. Y.
REACHED BY MOTOR thai Am ?mi I -
Broadway lo fvarkofomh. 2 l~?w Mill Ri?rr Road
?e? Dobb? Kenv or Whn? Plain? ?o Bnarchd Man.,-.
^?From New J-i?*-?/ : Ny?ck lo Ttrrytown. lh?-nce to
New Yuri OtTiee: 12 Fa?t 48t'n Street
ielephone: 7070 Murray Hill
'TMIK graceful artihciality of the
Court life of 18th Century!
France was so mirrored in the Furni- I
ture of that epoch that even into the
modern room it introduces unfailingly
its air of elegance and refinement.
Only however when its Rcproduc- ;*
tions are of such careful sincerity as ''?
those with which our Hampton Shops
arc wont to supply us. In these not
only the symmetry of line and roman?
tic proportionsof thcoriginalsbut their
delicacy of finish and elaboration of
detail have been preserved.
THE GRAND RAPIDS
34 and 36 West 32a Street
Between Fifth Ave. and Broadway