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American Reply Received in
Good Spiri'. by the Japanese
C-;vernment, State De?
RESPECTS NATIONAL PRIDE
Kote Understood to Have In?
sisted That United States as
Whole Admired Island Em?
pire?Hope That Acute
Stage Is Passed.
-"??a.-h.ngton. May Jl. -Arthir Railly
Biani<-..'??'<?. the Amfrl?an CharR?- d"Af?
faires St Tck?". has made to Seer
pryan s sotnewhai extended report ?f
f,:! f'-r,'?-r*iii-f with th?- Japaneas For?
ran IflniSl n Nobeakl Mak:n?>,
and ex,-'? S*?*SS the opinion that the ?!t
uatier :n Japan is better than 11 a I
ten days aro. }|p \_ rather
snd believes 1
fail ? BBtl the oontrove?
?*-?-' h? point s out,
and s every effort to itink the
Pe retary Bryan admitted to-d.?>
that hs had been in ?-*onununl<i*atlon
aith the American Embsasy at Tok:o,
but BSld he did not think it proper i?1
Administration officiais admit
satisfaction over the turn of all
The American reply 1?. Japan's jt"
? <?<.? ? r.derstood to have been re
reived in pood spirit at Tokm, and the
situation has taken on a phase mor?)
favoraMe than at any time un.?' the
More Complete Understanding.
While to-day's advices ver?? ? 4 i
:nary character, I ? latsd
that the Japanese government resllssd
?-? full the dii -* th?.
Washington administration in han?
dling the question, and had come t?. ?
? landing of th?
?m of government in th?.*
Uniti : Btatea and th? powers of le?,.??
!-.e!d by 'Ja ..'. I
President Wilson, who Had no small
pa-t In the writing of the reply to
Japan's protest, is said to have de?
scribed in most complimentary terns
what he believed to be the real feel?
ing cf the majority of the American
people toward Japan.
The note, it is said, pointed to Cali?
fornia, and only a part of California.
too, as having given evidence of a dis?
criminatory disposition, and insisted
that the United States, as a whole, ad?
mired the progress that Japan had
rriade in the last half century, respect?
ed the achievements of the Japanese
people, and was sincerely anxious to
show that it regarded Japan on a basis
of equality with all other powers and
The note was about one thousand
?? - long an i dealt <.h:e*!y with the
Of the Ameruan psopls tOS 1
Japan, making little r? f? r< n?-e. It :s
?jr.d'-r.stood, to the tc-t-hni? alities of the
new ?aw or the treaty, bul discus
Japan's contention that the California
agitation was In reality an act of un?
friendliness and ??b. r.minalion ton ":
the Ja; ar.tsc.
Wn:e the situstion to-night was re
National Association Urges Protection for
American Industries and Protests Against
All "Class Legislation.**
Detroit May ZL?The National Assorts- '
tion of Manufacturers concluded its an
n ml convention i.* re to-.lay. The
? ?go to Bsttle Creek tomorrow,
and b? for*- the trip la ervleii It i.? ex
pseted Colonel George Pope, of Hartford,
will be ?.i?!t.i president l?or the t-nsuing
17? - ? pted to-ds ? cinp
? a i - illshmenl ol a federal depart?
??f inainla t r. ? ? dl IIOUI ?IJ| t lie
ed siu.p. urging sde
? ? ? tvmerican li
protestli - thi "abrldg
m? rit of tliv t Ightl Of CO ' ? ' V t?.
grant Injuncttona In laboi dlap tee," pro?
la to It glalotloo as
\ . ? entai to ths
illy t?. the
j-.niii m further and mon ? fl ?
dent . nt of worknv rotnpenaa
? ? li - - stlon, snd spi i "> Ini 7 he
A. 1; Bs dnrln, hlef of thi Bun
Ma:. ' ? rei In Washington, told tin?
nl of < 'ommi ? ?
ti ntion of xx leldlng th.
: "What the departmi ni la Inti n
itlng t.? the
ta here end
s report or lmml?fration, Cos
'? did RO? 170 into the QUeSttOS of ?'hi
?.? Japaner? Immigration tri ti,o Pa
t. na\ in* he ?did n<?t ? SI
such Immigration an imp?t tint si
ition "f Immigration from Europe
throuRh the Panama ''anal int
tir- ' oeet state??.
In lu? report on legislation,
i -i.? rr, r.i Washington, again atta
the sundry civil appropriation bill be?
cauas of th? exemption ol ml.ms
from i ressentions undei tl s Wm m in s I
Hs siso m otea ths i "laj t< i b Hon
.. sort H. Montague, ?.f Ne*? York.
apok? in ?apposition t?. the pending bill in
Congress to prevent th?1 suppresslo? of
Nexx- vice-pres '? ? ? cted Ihla after?
.... . .it i-. ''"X. of Mea
?etts, and A. J. Thornl?sjr, of Rhode li
N. xx dlr?BCti ? - -' larg? "' ??' ?' vv ' '
of Pennaylvsnla; E. G iper, of Maaaa
-.i,s, snd .' B l'aitisxx.Mth. of Con?
.lohn Klrl.x-, J| . retiring ;
, wiv j resented to-da ?with a
check for 110,4100 bs the d< k ?xete In n
n o? i ti effl lency a?- presidenl ?snd
... tttlea aua-.nst militan) labor
... ?hi? h havi been si ? ttet tu
. ,.f , , ?i- . ? om s sn ?
try In establishing th- ?principle ?f th?
garded as satisfactory in official qua
ters, the Japanese answer was awaiti
with keen interest. Officials generall
however, were inclined to hope th,
t??e acute stage in the negotiator
Embargo on "War Speeches."
. ? Congrei
si this tims might ambarrsaa ihe n? ic
ni to-day *>ut ti
".??oft pedal" "i! Repr? sentativ? -
if Mississippi, who 1 ? ? ii' ? d i.
rasa th? ? "ti V'ri'i:,)
? nt summoned Mr. Blason t
th? v nd In a iiM'n'?
I him not t
make any h muid POS
slbly offend Japan The Repi
tlve promised to r? fraln from on:
Uoa of th? m lotis I i - i
Reprssenl I e Biason announce?
after the cotifer.-n???? that he would dit
cuss only the lestai phases of the lan<
and uibcluinie?! any Intention ?>:
committing .-- plon read ??av?
ine- that his remarks ???
rj to Japan.
? ? -,'!?.? M ?. Blason made n
-. ? ??' h in the H? a erting lu
effect tl t h< would i ither Bghl thai
submit to the demands' of Japan * tS
reap? ? I ? i I n i ? -? stion. it
-.? ? IBB "f this sj.-e h. which em
t afrs.-???-.! the administration in its
i with Japsn, that l'r? <-.
?Vllsofl took tl"- I'te.-aution to
day to make Inquiries ss to i
of tl eel ed for Fridsy.
Yellow Journalism in Japan.
Elder F. H ?,? Vlnney, of Tokio, il a
Advei tlst Mis - gats to
' B? vent h I ?aj
\ ;v ntlsts at Ts oi
\\ ;i"-! ? Bat thi re
la a livM ? In Japan,
? ? 1 : ? irblcr. tl
which clamors for **?ar vith Am?tries.
?The ruling claases, ths sdu?**at*d, tha
travelled, *? ho ? fsi liar with ,
- the ] - ? : ?
Mr. d? Vinn? I
Park Avenue and 34th Street
Improvement ! ! !
CHANGE OF GRADE
The property owners are not opposing a city improve?
ment. They recognize the desirability of changing the
existing conditions at 34th Street and Park Avenue, and
have suggested a plan for carrying out these changes at
a MINIMUM EXPENSE and at a MAXIMUM of RE?
SULTS. They oppose the plans of Mr. McAneny,which
call for a MAXIMUM EXPENSE and a MINIMUM of
NOTE Both plans provide for carrying 33d Street
across 4th Avenue at grade as a through street, and
both plans provide adequate sidewalk and roadway
The essential difference is that Mr. McAneny's plan
provides a grade crossing. The property owners plan
1 ADVANTAGE OP THE PROPERTY
? 1. Injure? no private property.
i 2. Cost of improvement nom?
Creates an easier grade for
north and south bound traffic.
ts goL ^^^^^^
during inclement weather for
those taking the north or
south oound 4th Avenue
cars. Provides ideal transfer
f.icilities for passengers on
both car lines.
5. Does not injure irrevocably
one of the finest residential
districts in the city.
6. Takes away no park.
7. Provides a dignified ap?
proach 120 feet wide at 33d
Street to an avenue 100 feet
wide at 32d Street.
DISADVANTAGE OF MR.
1. Ir-reparable injury to private
2. Excessive cost. About $3,000.
000, against $161.000. entail?
ing heavy assessments.
3. Creates a grade crossing
where none exists, a distinct
retrogression m modern en?
gineering. Increases conges?
tion instead of diminishing
4. Benefits no private property
except the Car Barn prop?
erty '32d to 33d Street), now
under contract of sale.
5. Establishes an increased
grade for north and south
bound traffic instead of di?
minishing such grade.
6. Takes away a park and de?
votes Ihe space to the New
York Ci*y Railways.
7. Provides for a future Cross
town Subway at firat level
which the Public Sorvice
Commission indicates will
ne\/er be built. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
It should be noted that on May 14th, 1912, Mr. Nelson
P. Lewis, Chief Engineer, in reporting on proposed
change of grade at 34th Street and Park Avenue, used
the following guarded language :
"Assuming that the petitioners for this improvement
and other owners of property which would be affected
are prepared to pay for the benefit which would ac?
crue to them, it is recommended that the plan be ap?
proved after the necessary public hearing.
1? there any evidence that the affected property own?
ers "are prepared to pay for the benefit .
I "Th" comnvn people, lbs untrsveiladi
i are extremely Ignorant of tti" ??-ondltions
' outside tliair own ?and. and to
of the papers In the i ? n
They rsprsssat the BoMiers of
?msri?ea as nothing bul pspe? and in>
neets as tin, and appsal to ttic ambition
? and ?i.itriotism Of tl;>- OSOplS.
B :t the sober, thinking clssses ;.r. not
infiu? :ir?d by thi.- -tort of |ournallam an?)
?des s ai ? Ith Aroei
11 ?? detnonstratloni m h.1? h i a*. ??
- mned b: the sm?
St politics ? i la! ??
JAPANESE WARNED OF
Tokio Newspapers To-day Ex?
pect Washington Will Try
to Nullify Land Bill.
Tokio, Va? B The Toll.|
? ? ' ipera ogre* thai the tj
the ? ?-i land ownership legislation in
CaHfOT ? ?
more 'hnVult ;c,.| mOTO
?? I the Ja
' agslnat thought
? ting out thai this arould i oa i ?
preted ai etng sc1 -- -. ?
nan nation ami ? I ? ola OUmt
Ths - ? -? '
m"*t careful and mosl lei tteai I ? I
m.nt on both Btd**S, lett it might lead I-'
rabl roe ? enures The sasenc? I
? ? Is thai ? has t ? ?
.ird In opt CM t:?,Il to the ||
. ? ble I expect that the I
I leas Kovernment ?sill exert further efforts
to nullil H
in" sayi Ihou
ngtort fall to can ?? out I
tion. the ?. |
* would ]!<? with that I ' lion "
i >in. i psi era emi e th?
. ? ? ? ' ?
Japan??? feeling in ths United Btst<*s
and th? ' ?
lltg for ?r.'ovmation before <?,-. < I
n on 'he a - - - ? ?
llchlro Tokuton I l tor of th?
II ." write?? In an article
-. ?tei day :
"Th? iintriotism an?l loysltj of
lid "'i?, force a Itb the Hbei
America, Bj this ineana the r . ?
noblj 1 '.!?*tif\ it?- name "
? m tiie oth.-r band, much Interest I at
tach-.l to the fi.im.ili-.n of a new [,?': I
i.? Ihlgsnorl I ?
and other scholars f"r ths malntei i
?.f Japsnese Bid el duality. Tt><- foundert
declare that ?"me of the ja?
!ntoxient?-d wit'i W'e^t.-rn . i. 1! /.fitn.n to
un ext?i.t that th? ?- ??? apt to for
cet their ii.-it!on.i'.itv and Introduce dan
(j-.r..i,s thoughts Into ths mind? of th?
people, and Interpret patriotism in a ??if
ferrent era*/ from that ; ?? ail ag a mont*
their an? - stoi ?
In some q rt? - ? alies? .i that thi*
new oraarilzation Is n political one mas
quersding under tin- f.- ill I ? tism,
and that it has hot real I light tl
battle "f the i, ?. nal th. en
ments of the groarlng det
Professor Ifasahsi i Anesakl, of ths
College of Literature In the In **erlal 1'ni
versity at Tokio, was dSSignated I
the drat Harvsrd leel rer os Japanese
r.fe an i Utsrature
"JAPS UNLIKELY TO FIGHT"
England Will Use Influences for
Peace, Says London Editor.
laomion. May -- Regarding the ?ontro
versy betWeSH ?he 1'nite.i .??? ??
Japan "Ths Dally Ma:!." In an editorial,
"It aeams unlikely that Japan ?rill I
a rapture with so potent an sdvei
, \. r a matter of thi? kli.il. but I ?
law treats the Japanese as If they U ? re
only seml-barbarlana and Asiatic unde?
sirables The aepeiakia rousss ihem to
fur?-, and In their anker they ma- drive
their R.-.vi-riimen! t?. i ? ?
**Ths gravit) <>f the -dtuation t is ..
?-aetraonal interest for outsslees it ?
be dis!resalng is and oui Aassrteea k:n?
folk in B MrtoUl ? ??riflirt with "ur Jap
.,;??-. BlilSS ni?"ri M issue in win? h the
Americans will command th?? m mpnth'?-s
of Westers Csnads and AustrallS.
"It may t?a taken for granted that Sir
Edward <"?!? ? ??."??? iissisinslilng has
h??-n les? amatearlsk tr.,.n Betrslsiy Br\
an'a **:ii ass all le?githnste Kiiti^h influ?
?jSKS t" Lniii,' ths disputants t?? on under?
FEW CARE TO BE CITIZENS
Majority of Honolulu-Born Jap?
anese Remain Aliens.
San l*Tann?i.?i. May 2\ -Of li'ty Japan?
ese born In Honolulu and eligible to
Anirriian i itlzenshlt?. only fifteen have
availed IhemSSlves Of the o| portunlty,
ai'?ii?iii.p to OUberl I?. MetSgsr, a Hono?
lulu i-ontra.-tor, \* h?> arrived iu-d?4)
"It has been m?-' ohaervatlon.' he ?aid.
"that Japanese are absolutely loxal to
their own K?v?rnm< nt and do not care to
he? orne Amerlia n ? itlzent? or permanent
residents, even ?hen they nay."
It ;?. ??tlmated thiwe Hre 7.'..0??i Japanese
laborers in the Hawaiian l?landt.
[SUfTSAGETIE PLOT 10
HAI il SECRETARY
Reginald McKenna, Not Assured
of Protection, Cuts Out
Meeting at Cardiff.
LIVES OF MANY IN PERIL
Bomb Laid to Militants Badly
Damages Royal Observatory
in Edinburgh ? Blood
Found in Building.
?"iirdifr. Wales, ?May -"-'. Th.? Pr.t
Ish ?Cabinet ministen ati- cxpo*ed 10
such risk of being mauled by miii
tants ,-it public m?f-tinRs ?that hereafter
they an? likely to ???fuss I" attend UP
those m i hurgf of the mooting!
at.- prepared tn guarantee their p?-r
i;? suse such sssurancs could not he
?jlven him. thu Horn- Secretary, the
Right Hoa Reginald IfcKenna, ?;id not
sppesr at thp Welsh Diaestablishment
and Free Church Conference yesterday
afternoon, although hs was ennounced
as one of the speakers. II is nnd?-r
itood thai the authorities learned of a
suffragette plot to attach the Home
Secretary at th* conferem*s ?by ;i
method which would nol only ?teopsjd
ise Mr. McKenna'e life hut the lives of
the delegates as well.
The Home Becretsry, however, ed
dressed ? large meeting last evening, .?
?Scotland fard detective occupying h
seal near him on the platform. Elabo?
rate precaution! wer?? tak. n to pr?\?!it
th<? admission of suffragettes, an?l ;i big
force of sturdy steward! was r>n hand
to deal with disturbers. This d;d no;
prevent male champions of ?ths euf?
fragettea from getting ?n. several of
whom Interrupts the ?peaches and
n < r<- T" ighlj ejected,
Mr. |fi Kenns concluded his addr?-?.?
b) warning ths militant! thai th?-;r
in? th?"is \\i - : ? ? -1 In fright
enlng or worrj Ing ihr? ?government into
I ih<- iram bias to n omen.
"By th?ir .-!-ti?.r:." h?- said, "they can
bring nothing bul discredit to th?ir
and punishment upon them?
? r!\? ? "
I.On?!' ' . ? ? I ,r ,TI'|r in
! t,, be of i n
? . I ? ? ? ' | m ?n th?
. : tn th? r ,i. ? | ..' %t:, (.t, Th?
??th? r. ? Wt til ?
I nornk t
???? ? il dome rif the Ho\ .il i
. ? __
. ? ?j instrumenti
I .,.-'' : failing
bomb ???i:? '
tilled with tun?
Thi n lltanl suffi ?
??? ii ? . nt tuMng the
? tor? of the ???trage.
P .?. - ? r Ralph A Bai I Ihe As
'.? al ??f ?ootlaod? ::,inkn the
. ? . foui i potati to two worn?
log t?.- . . ? I in th" outre???. He
?a?* they "??; ir? hurl themselves, a?
i '...?i i ? ? ?: sboul tlu i ilM?
?Sevei : ?. npnwdor most *
said, have esi
? ? ? los n ? i'? n and mar -. ,,t 11
dows and muck rk shattered
? r-.irt boas um ja- w , ? ??
? ? . ddSd lii the wa . ,, ? :
i r?u - ? all tandi r - id of the
r*. ? ? ? ?? ?? of ehemlstr) nt Columbia
t . ? ty, who received his edu stlon at
i . i ? ? sf ?Sdlnburgl
t? mh\ thai tl ? obeenatoiI ?hl< b
damas? ral ed to haw
i. ? ?; ;;-??? iffrsgettes had th i
hull! within the last BfUen rears, snd
that It li In addition to being it.? roj a.
i story ol .-' Hand, tl ?? obeen i
of tbi i.'.iv? rslt] The ol lei ratoi
a fine sel of ta Includh k h
'..ir?;?- telea "?'f. sil ol whl li were
?ent.ii |.? tl.?- K.irl ?if ? i ,i\\ :-.r.| and Bal?
carres. The last rumen ta were ?ill the
propert] ol the ?sari, who waa sraatly In
t< . -. .? n thi ? 'of aatronomj
Tl i ervator; ml I Pi fi ?jot Smith.
is situated some distance from the uni?
?y f.n Blackford Hill, M t he ?nuth
??Mi outskirts "i the rity. it i- a fairly
(,?.-??;? ?. . n : * i - i onsldered one ??f
. -t in I othu '
WEARDALE LIKES WILSON
Believes Peace Mission to This
Country Was Successful.
r Bj ' able to Th? Trii? :
London, May 21.- Lord Weardale,
who i?- back In England, said that he
was very mu? h imprssssd with Presi?
'I think rn\ mission to Ani'il-a H is
fruitful." sanl ?Lord Wi-ardale. "Ths
h< -: itality of my Ameri? an hosts waa
more than i anticipated, and their
IhOUghtfulneSI ?rOUld n??t ha\e hi-en ex
Altbougti he saya hla ocean ?royags
snsfltsd blm, Lord IVeardale Is still
v iffiBring from n hi-.iv". < rdd.
HISTORIC DOCUMENTS SOLD
Offerings at Phillips Sale Relate
to New England.
; n> '.,::?? i" 'I Sa 1 ui.nn?. :
London. May 22^?TlMrS v>m a
further dlspSTsal Of valuable historical
Amertaana al ihe sale <.t th* ?PhlOlpo
manuscripts yesterday. Thirty lots re?
lating t.. New Knglanl ?am*- first, <>f
fi? rial ?"il??? of the entries taken out of
"Counclll Bookso" Of Hnst??n brought
>_".'."? a MaasachUSSttS collection of let?
ters and tra|<ers. ?^.'^"?,: twent\-slx let
tsn fr??m Bdward Randolph. N?SW Knir
land Surveyor of Custom?, to Sir Rotiert
B?5uthwsll< Iscrstary af state. .*'_">>. ami
? r,,lif?ction Of letters addressed to the
s.imf i?y John I'sher. Lieutenant >3ov
f-rrn'r and commander in chief of New
A letter of groat importance ns an
account ?f the State of PcnnsyL ania
,md William Tenn's government real
i/.,'l pe\a\\ It ^a.i written h) R"l?ert
Quary. membsr of the ?'oun?il of Penn
?syhmala, to U'iiiiam Blathirart, ?sons*
mlSStaSSr for trade and plantations.
'ram fus pope
A REJUVENATED BEING
American Cardinal Says Pontiff
Seems in Better Health
than Two Years Ago.
INTEREST IN U. S. SHOWN
' Head of Church Refers to Presi?
dent Wilson and Indicates
He Has Prosperity of
Country at Heart.
ft?mo. .May _ -Cardinal Willie? H
1,1 onnell. Archbishop of Boston, aft?r a
long sudience ?ith th?? J'"pe
summi'ii up the Impression he hsd re?
ceived in i comprehensive sentence
i ? Pope." be m d, "set bm d like a
man who, sftfw -i sleep bad awahened
fresher, stronger, revitalised."
1 ardi?al (yconnell waa accompanied to
the Vatican by Mar Michael I Bptalne,
of the Archdiocese "f Boston, snd Dr.
Mattery, supei ntendenl of Bt, 'Ellsa
H , : ?Mgr. 1
i and Dr Blattery rtmalned in an ante
ber. a II waa understood thai
Pontiff s/o ild recel - onlj cardinal! snd
bishops on important buiin? IS,
Monslcnoi Bans de Bamper,
chamberlain, conducted th?- Cardinal t??
the librar]. wlu re Pope I sated
at the errltlm table The Cardinal, tak?
ing off hie skull cap, wai about to kne.-i
when the Pope, stretching oui hi?? i
prevented him. ? ng O'l onnell! Come,
?Cardinal ? >'' !oni ? II found the pope re
Juvenated, i??ok.r,? in better henith,
bru;- more energetic than when
be last sa? him, at the end of 1*11.
Giving voice t" this Impression to the
I Pope, the Pontiff replied thai i?r had l>sen
ra?hrr seriously 111. bul was no? quite
i recovered, snd waa feeling ixtrfe'Ctly ?.
Hith" ifii he wo ??? '?? take great
dance with ?the a?i?i - of
his <i" ? ? ,
The conversation waa conducted by ,v'"
pop? with hie usual affabillt? Hi I
,.,j .. ? und remark? 1
better, hut h< add? d:
"Mui h tl ndeed Btand up! '
The ? 'ardi?al laushli | | obi I ed the
Ponl (f and i m ?s' ?ndi avor
to k??j. thin, h II was b?atter for his
., d ? work.
Th?. eonversatloi ? . ? ? c m mon
oua subject the Poi
Intimate know!? '. conditions In the
? t ?
est in ih?- welfi ? ' p"v"
irnmi nt Hi ref? n ed to I
,..,.?.. . ... _, ... , .?.. .. ,?
%,?,..., iron W lleon, and Indi?
. i .bow much he bad si heart ths
prospertt) of the L'nlti I B
ted half an
I,,, .. ?i. ? I ..... SSfced ? ardi?al
? i four? ?i whethei I ? we alo?
llnal mentioned I
w ,. ? tl tea the 1
"In the anti I
I..-1 thi '
tspU sod tl si tl r" dJ '
not . . . ? ? ? -.--. knowtm I
n?? .. bad noi - ? i rea .7".?'! -??nuiar
?nidi.-- ? ? But thi ! '?-, I socnt n.it II
. ? iialy i ihaU
,,.. thi m. sii ire Is
Tha Pent!? then rang and ot I?
M ignoi Bans r to pr? i il the
? .iriit.? rl.un ?1? | I
but returned li ? ? ' ?' '
eeespai - f th? Cardinal b? ned to
heve tin- i del
I l'..pe in BUI . ?
0 ' om ell, who saps
.?-.-. ? ? ? -.?ouid not i
t,, the ;-r? - f the POt ??. V I
I ??ten tad not sttln
themselves m the reculatloa costume.
. Pope remarked thai the costume
,:. but he would r?- ? V!
..... . - ?am? He ?th? ?
? 'gr? r .?l to rlsll I ?711 oft? n while In
SCOTT'S WIDOW HEARS
LECTURE BY EVANS
Sees Picture of Husband at
South Pole Thrown on Screen
at Albert Hall.
? <n Xb* Tribune. 1
London, ?May ?22 A ?tremendous tale
of human adventure, as ?Lord Curson
rltxad n. su the narrative of
Bcotl expedition ?given ?by Commandei
Evans In Albert Hall last night, it
was told with singular modesty and
contempt for effect! and Lad B
list? fi?-?i to it with deep Intel
Commander Evans ?lei lined to be
emotional. He was well content for
ti-.?- most i?it' to art as s showman of
tiiagniti'?nt photograph! thrown on a
' buge a ?roen i ovi ring the ? ntlre front
,,f th?- organ, wo big al times thai they
ihowed as large si an ?lephanl
ThS hall was crowded, although ad?
mlasloa was ?restricted to members ot
tim Oeographtcal Boclet) and frlonda
?With Lord ?Curson, the president '?>? ?re
were present among others Prince
Louis of Battenberg, sir Robert Had? u?
i'i?\M-ii. ?Lord Dunraito, sir Frederick
Lugard, sir ?albert Marhham, theDuka
Of s-'tii? t ? t and Sir EdgST S|>?>.-r
Loud chtsers greeted the 11. -1 ? i ?*-??- <?f
Csptsln B?cott ami his party at the
?pola Commander Bvans erlll ?Jellver
th?- lectura tO ihe publlfl Si QU?SOn'l
Hall ?-n June t. who? ?Winston ?Church
Ill ?m preetde,
SUBMERGED ISLE IDENTIFIED
Archaelogist Says It Is Chryssis,
Which Disappeared Before Christ.
Athena May 2i.?a siftsraergsd Island
roeently discovered in the st-a Led seat
lismnof. in th?? ?ireek Archipelago hu.
iif. n idintified by the ?zovernmenl ardue?
ologist as the Islet of Chryssis. which was
Mibmi .-???'! at the I ??inniiiK of the second
,???1,1.1!% before th?- rhrtsUan >-ra.
?'The ,lmi ,.* short <t nil the u ml: it much"
quickly for copy of the
Explains the Gatlin treatment foi
the liquor habit and its absolute
guaranteed cure in three days.
Mailed in plain, closed envelope.
?Ml W.234 SL.N.Y.Clty
MAY NOT BE WEDDING GIFT
Prince Will Ascend Brunswick
Throne in Fall, It Is Said.
-;. M.-.y 21. -The Wolff, I
?zraph Bureau s.-mi-.'fii.'inll;. denies
thai the T\"!era! Council has receded
from the Friissian K?,\?rr.m?i! a l*S
queet t.. regulate the B)runs**r??**k
bui t*ession qui stiofl .-.? quickly
as **t?OSBible, s<? t?. say, as a wedding
??r:ft f??r th?? Prince ??f tTumberland. H
;s reported that it ?? wished I ? enable
i he [?! In? 6 t?1 a?. . ad th" throne of
Brunswick in ? ictober.
Th.- official draial i- t" pi*esent trie
report as false, hut as ,i nssttsr of I "''
there ate lively negotistiona In I ill
fair behind the s- enea,
ENTER BERLIN IN STATE
Cordial Welcome Extended by
German Emperor and Em?
press and Crown Prince
Berlin, M ? /.ollern
weather" ? brilliant sunshlns and dand?
les has sei in for the wedding
festivities of IMnceas ??notoria i.ulse.
of ths I lei h hi l-unp? r??r and
un,) Prince Ernesl A ?-;u.?t ot
Cumberland, which srlll tak>- p:.!c-?- i..-?.'
ofll .I eoeptl Isd this
mornlni trlth ths arrival hers of ,tie
bri?i??Ki-oom an-i the state eatrj into Ber?
lin of Klag f,,-,,rii- and Queea Mary o:
? r-nvny to gieet Titnce
? tuguat when b? ?? ?? led ths .?ta?
il- drove at on? ?? In an auto
i t ? ? .i.i..- ?,, ths castle, where I ? took break
fast ujth ?-is bride-to-be l>ef?ore return?
ing to the ?nation to meet the Brttish
royal I ? -
At the ?lati'.n awaiting the arrival of
the royal train war? pera William
an?l Crowi m, In
the uniforms of t elr Brltl h i-eglments,
togeth? r a i'.ii ths Em I be Croe n
PrlncMB. All the royal . and
ptrini ? ed in i:- rlln and a inaaa
?,i brilliantly uniform? and na?
val ofl ?? ? ? end court
Cunctloi irles sum in*aed th? ?
POLACCO WINS LONDON
New York Conductor Enthufi
I Tnl.ur.a ;
l.?,n?1??n. May li".'?There was mora
Interest at i'?iVHnt ??.mb-n last night In
Hie conductor than in the opera, for
"Tost a" Is familiar, while Ooorgto Po?
laco, of the Metropolitan Opera
House N? ' V"k. ?as makinK his
Knulish debut lie won f??r himself a
cordial welcome. The reception of his
work was marked by spontaneous en?
thusiasm, an?! the ti.?w conductor was
Included la the warm approval ea
pr?-?s.'.i after each ?? I
ah the Msrspspers Bp ah rathiiasas-*
tlcally of hfs work L*n?!sr the heading
"Master ol His Craft.*' "Th- i ?ally
"The immediate point is that in him
i? found undoubtedljr a conductor ca
pable of doing for Italian i>i?era what
Richte? snd Nikis'-h a? .'omiilished for
the Oei'ltian music drama. I'olacco's
rhythmic sense Is rnssterly, h?s beat ts
crisp, distinct and f??r. ?ful and his
supsrb A I artle
ularlv n?.t? w otthy point was hi? con
simulate domitiatioii o\?'r th?? .?tage.
It will be a i- ire to note the
result of PolaCTO'tS new i?l-?is, new to
tis h?-re. In 'Aida' ?>n Saturlay."
PAGE TO UNVEIL MEMORIAL
Ambassador Asked to Uncover
? Monument to Pilgrim Fathers.
? B ?'??<?? I ? ? T?. ?
I.ori'lon. May 2l.?Ambassador Wal
ter H. l'ai*, lias bssn inv it? d to unveil
th?? memorial to the PilgliRl Fathers at
Southampton, the corneratone <?f which
was laid by the lata Ambassador Iteid
last s inin-i Ths msBaorial, which
? ?13,000, ov?**rloofca the bay fjresi
Which the Mayflower sailed. The un?
veiling will take place on Aug .-? 13
Mr. Paga Is dim at Liv??rpoo| to-mor?
row*. Irwin R. LAUghlin. Bscretsry of
the Ameraran Embassy, is going to
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