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PRINCE IN DISGUISE
IN LONDON SLUMS
British Heir Apparent.
Dressed as Laborer. Sees
East End .Squalor.
ROYAL FATHER. ANGRY.
'SENDS HIS SON ABROAD
Woman Suffrage and Socialism
Kngape Deep Attention uf
England's future Kinij
The Tf
l?-indoT?. Mar. h 21 It Is lenrtie.1 that the?
r?ai reason 1 ? arranged
visit of th* Prince of Wales to Norway
and other Continent
discover* by the K . eer?
ta:? Il by thi
the pootA ' * ?
don. of ti pveloped Interest
tr.knn bv th- lam the
avowal by ' th? igrei menl
?> ? ' ... ? ? I startling ? * ? *? trines
cf thi Bo *- and his closi association
at Ox foi rit men s ho
the < ling so I
?
The prin? eh? these nrw n
k at i Ox foi nd the deas
came an)
be Invited iwo of hreakfasi
Both of them wer? of mosl ariatocratlc
Mrth. ara: dei < ' prove to th* hair
apparent that thi leal were rieht bv
Fhowlnit him pome of the, worst sweating
fi?ns In the l.ast End Of London and
places wh>-r??> two nnd three faint ;e? oe.
r'ipy one roorr
Iti order that th? vieil ?"hmild not bo
prevented bv The Kin** find Q-ieen or by
? ' numerous t ItOrs and Kini-dlana eur-i
i-oiindlniT the prince ho ven? to bucking-1
lam when the court was not -n London
??n the rl"'i of ntendintr to some affair?" In ;
- ? ? ? t hnlnlstratloB of
tiie i>uo>" .- Cornwall estate For two
dayi ?? prince, with <>n? of his
friends both disguised as casual laborera I
out of worh rlslted soim of th? ?srorst
?1 ims in London
No roya ty ii Eng and evei ^een
??hat the prince sa*a With hta friend he
irters In Shore ind Ho? ?
ion ?? hi ri ' he thi si? ilwaysl
el in ? t being unsafi ? one '
, experiences of the pi in? e
profoundl? sflfected him I ? his
adveatur several gath?
eringi of rd In the
i rince ? ro ?
Word of these meetings ??' oe rse soon
r? a- t?e?i the ? . and furth?
brougl ? | ?? - '.s to the t?i?=t
Hta majesty iva?, Kreativ ?lifptease..
\4 ? ? ? o for making ??"?? ti i trip
wltj ? h ? but II wai the
avowal Of the prince ?hen rebuked t y the
Kli ?*: ;*nd Queen tha? be agreed "STith some
of ti.?- mm irles of ? ? a
friend?? thRt decided thi- KlnK to have Ins
... . i?.-.. ' iv' ? ! immediately snd
rlsll his aunt, the Quei IN orws s. with
un aiitom.iblle 1 Oermai to 1 ?
All th- inged in a few i
Not any ?->f the prin e's new 1
iti arv way danperci?* o nsi rs, but
tf-e nier el ?? a ?. . ? . men tilled
with what fit: Qafbid doi ... __ "a
rather e\.-iKK?-rate'l pense ol their duty
towiir.', th- r neigl irt " The great fear
of the Kitic nr, : . - bowi rer, that
t'?<- prime in?-. !??.? t( '. With B ??
? la list h tdenp at i i ? ?' and h ? re?
a hi*, a Be, Ideas Whleh Ig I
Beult to eradlcat?
Th? pr'n^e | of a pi I non, '
whieh dtapaasa htm toi ?thi lins of!
least resistance! to obey orders for tii?j
Treten' and not to create ;? distui ai '?
either public or In _ ? family by express?
ing or'nio-is in opposition to the Kin,: :
and Quasi bul i feared that ster,
?a r.?n the Irin? I Of n ? - * ibllsh
meat and laki I i position as heir * I
ihro?-r. t . ... ia ?i Ith which ne ii ?on
Inf? ? .... ;),p,i 0, v?i]>ii Id th?. ;
etmoophero in ?Ahir'' tne ?id.-n son of ?
?over i have !
? ? . ?.
The Kb g, It Is cles - of a
pttn e t ' .. ??? prof i'i contempt for
th? ? ? ? and i
Ihelr - . ? ? ? , i , r'.tjht j
?ociai wtrongi ; men eager
- ?? , The '
trong
11 f e< ? ?
V Mch the Ou? Is very ds
cided opinion* This su a i
!? iffrak." .....
h I then terested
?
lecided sup
poi ter of vot? , op
? ? ? adlns
DIPLOMATS VICTIMS
OF DOWAGERS' WILES
Unmarried Attaches Are, <?f;
Course, the Natural Prey off the
Afternoon Dance Fiend.
I.or Ion, March It ' I daa ?a
... .
'
tant to t
do
' 4
- ? et . ? r ? ? ? ? Hence
for
.... ?, ? ,? ? afteri
fatal l ireora
men I ?
Ha ?.
. .,
? <
.ift.-rrv n ? ? .
-:. a? ava ? ?
?? ' ? ? i attend on? dall
plantai
...
?? .
*? ? ? ttlng -j?,'
? ? aad -v
me allotted
Williams to H'ive Late Rushin**-.
. ' ?
of tal ? s frai?
i ? , . ->gii e
,1.
. ? " c
?11,1 !
!.. ? '
' S III! ? ?/?' " ?"?
, < tastend
T H E T R ?BUNE'S FOR E I G N N E W S
IE PRINCE OF \\ Ai.l.:
*f
MR. BILLINGS SEES
NO BUSINESS BOOM
United States Far from Being
Over Worst of Difficulties.
He Says.
.?..*.
London, M;ir?-h 21 i hi ' isftania car?
,;..! t,, .\"??v Fork thia afternoon, among
ara, i '. K G Billings, after r? - .
? seht -? In the Medite ineai tin
m i: B lllngs, Fred Btephenson, 11
Frank Billing? Mrs Ml? Daj nncl Mi?
ami Mr? Frederick Johnson all boarded
Mr. ?? . -'? ? tho x anadis, at
Monti Ca? lo, ai g to i 'onetanl
? . pi?, enjoyed s beautiful trip.
Mi Billing? said toda: "Th? world'?
affair.?, are troubled now Such affaira sa
? ? i 'almette, traged tl ' of
fl-eiitinc In i 'later, ? ? ha?.f tha
United States going to arar with Mexico,
nil create distrust, bul the United Btatsa
1?? far from being .
dlfl title? I di ? ' ? ?
soon, but there will he a gradual increase
ir. th** world's ?
mer.
PYank B w borg waved rrespoi lent?
away with both hand?, saying: "Not ..
acrd not a word. I always
r a? nice to newspaper ? m sun
irrr you certainly did * ??: Sol yo ? ?
tlcularly, fa * ????'? rs bf youi profea
Colon? Milla Hunslkei ??ni?! he waa
going To ?Vaw Tork on hla annual foui
weeks' trip merelj t.. look over ih? situ?
? *
?'?r.-v?. Lt Rue told Th" Tribune eorr**?
?;? that ?1 t i.1;:'"-* g< ? .- ' inter ?.
ami tii?>n tr? -California riti?*! back to T'nc
In.'il nra ? v ? the ddle f Aprl
? ? " *,. ? -.??- ; ? We?l Bnd
Thea'* ?
"Mrs. Roger Watt who < * *?1 tbn
si t of balai ring ss pre sed ti?^ an
Ireel nd who ;- now In tha
[??nit?*.i Btatet ? e the i it I ilk?
h \". ? v. ? fa m, next - \
montl a, ' de<-lar* i m a, Domlnick, rep
resenl live ? | -*? kes A ? o
publish? Mi i ?? ?! Inl k i' ?u usl se
ured ?? ? g] I ??? Mi i v.., .i- - book.
ilso new book 1
thor ' To M i.. O." This I? my twenty,
d trip to tl - ? r ? ???? m
s n..-?:.. d,-i' than yesterdaj n London '
Mr. Domln ? :.
? '?ins'i! General i li iffltl - aa at
Stat.?. .. * - ? isin i redei Ick .l"in -
?on, si tl ? *?? oft to v? ?-? '?'",. ? '? i ? -
v. ho mI "l " ? re v Bui si Dun a Mrt
? .m Wilton Phlpps l-ord sal* t
the d f J ?\mbros? Bn tl Itei
: aid Ronald, ? 'harle? R Holn an, Mi t
Mrs John \ uns, B? n lam?n i Grlscom
and Rlchai d Quit >
DUELLING GETS SETBACK
German Army Dismissed and
Sentenced to Fortress.
Metz Germany, Marcl i Je itenant
a Valet??- s,. n! George, or the >>:?th
?.?. ??? ? .i- to-day
? i to thlrt) month? imprisonment
tresa a . ? ' Hing l.ieu- '
tenant Haage. 1 ? a due * n
'?" ' larj M He waa also dismissed from
? mj Th? t f . thai the pi *
ondu had pi i\ok*-?i tue .
gravel) wronged :he honor !
nt 1 * . ?
Th? ?? er.i. i ? a imp ?sad ipon
? * . real!) sever blow
deltvi ? . ? elllng atnoni arm)
Sleet ... ?? ?. judgment I aa
* off! ? ? who !
? honoi <?f fellow o?r!. ? ?
not to ? ?? treated ?a gentlemen, an?i
* .. : .? vanquish their op
ponei * - ??' ?bllltat? thelt i ira
'
??? ntence Is in n? wit the re?
ad ? ' i i i ? ? ? i.? ? ? .
on mi " Lieutenant G? neral
Krleh von 1 1er ?of War, I
v.N.1 admitted thai duelling was i.f-j
,. '. ? :,g both of ' lod and ?>( .
y ... . ? : l
? i . tha
if i. , pre? ?dent ? Btabllabed to day la
,...- court? ? ' ?*?'."' hereaftei in
ar to the presen I s o : *
ground thai th?
fender Is not flt l toi orabl?
,,ii,. , ? on ' ? ' * * "' Btof.
? ? m
Ex Sultan o? Turkey 111
\ .i-* i Hamid I
Id 11
*
i .... patch
1 .,-,, ? .. ? , II i.?- II 'I!
?
fatal M"i
H * .* : * ' ? ?. \ . I
., ,. i i ?? ,.
Haytian Rebels Defeated.
... i Mi ? l ??-I. if ??! Hi"
? * . . ? der Theodor? ??'
Ba ? ? ?. i ?
,.,,, ?? ?I ?'. ?..? h ? nmatid? B< to ick
,*-*-. Is] ? - ' i.i ? p
I PAGE'S NAME ON
BEGGING LETTERS
! Much Surprise in London That
Amhassador Should Allow
Its Use.
By Cj ? to The 1 i ?
London March 21 .mbassadoi Pags
!;,.- started ai innovation In th? wa; of
ambassadorial efforts which haa caused
considerable surprise liai ?.mericans
have ;, elved begging letter? ? ;> week
bearing the nam? of th? I can Am?
? adoi The ettei ed wltl
.? pamphlet elating to "The Royal Lit?
erary Pund .?: '? .i engraved card, i
Ing His i,\. the ?Vmei Am
basss. ? ilrmai ol thi ant
tat j dinner of ths Roj ai 1-tterar. Pu
of b? . '.-.? ed to
nominate as s steward i.adits who
, . ? ,?, ,. ate* irds will give a doi I
gtiln? _? itlem? n five gu eai
'i... ?. ?? ? ? ... chai te foi ? dim er
t.' i4>t of a ??tewaid who attendu th? ?
? do itton of 10 gu neaa In
? ? . - ecom ? a
life n if fui d
The pamph et say The prin? e of
? he Ro al i.it? ran Pund - to admit
- ? io a 'it hoi s ? educed to dlsl i ? ?
e calamities eprived ;
enfee ed faculties or di Hi - Ife ?
power Of literary fvction
i (os ev? ? the object t is a grea
- ? ? .. ? ? - . mbs ? ,;" iho lid allow
his na me and h fluence to I ?? ? ? ?
? oee of i- gging
ASQUITH'S MAJORITY 100
Unionists Have Won 13 Seats
from Coalition Since 1910.
i."iid in Mai H Betlina Ore*
?i th?- LI bei i the ri
? . ? ? ? 11 ? ' ;??:.-? ? e.?
i Mu-i i eg ned tron e coal i
? : ? gl ? ... of I i. ? ? ii
?? i ?? ? if thi ? tea
beei oat ' I c Laboi itea, no i ha ?
. ?? ? - ? ,
the-,- were i un. ? li?t? ftei : ?-ral
. . ; The mi ml ei ihlp ?'r the I ; i i -
tei the gi eral ? ection
.-,n? 1 ii" a
General M
i Kle? lion 8 ?
I ' ? . 'M
LI erais .-'? '
Labor .
Nationalists .?'?
Tbre? te real lost >j ; he Lib?
Readin :, Midlothia > and t:' I i
' ; .. ? were lo?*l be? ause of t e l.
of a :.. ; r? i i sndldatc nd tin
?resent
minority of the roter*?, it is srgued i>j
the Lib?rala tbai onlj *<??,.n constttu
ancles have n ill? go sgi ? it tiie gov?
ernment Jn threi .- it this Ii
? ? , ? d f? administration
that haa Introduced i o n that must
adversely aflect some c-laaaes ol i.
I ? elections there hs - been no
great falling off In < ? ? ? i - en.!
' ngham?
ah n ? ?- ? LI -ei il mi m ei actually im- ;
proved Hot The _?"' ernment'a ?
? .i | | the above
G0RKY~T0 BE TRIED
FOR BLASPHEMY
Alleged to Have Insulted the Na?
tional Faith in His Novel
"Mother.*'
Bi Petersburg, March 21 -Court pro-?
ceedlngs an to be brought Immediately
against Maxim Gorky, the Russian
noveMsf, "ti the charge of blasphemy,
according '"an order issued t..-day by
i' bi!? I"- ?? itor of the District
t of 81 Peten rg ? 'or ky. "ho
i {feting ''rom i iberculosis, de >i"d
i.\ his friends :" have been contracted
h.- ?? as inn.i isoned in the Port
.f Bts Petei and Paul, re? i nl ly
returned to Rusais from Capri aftei an
??\ lie laat Ing eight ? i ara
The charge of blasphetn* -..- i re
farr? ?i agalnat ? *? -t u ?. in 1908 i ? ? .? -
a It h his .el entlt I? ?! ' Mother,"
,11 v hi? it he la ? lleged to hs i in i ilted
liions ' ' ? nd guilt)' the
v nt'-ti' ". ... ? ording lo Ru isl?n i t.
-,.Id i ? ills i" .-H" 11.? 'i h in g <
presen of hi alth, in- 11 ? nda i?e- ?
Ile ?? v " ild m? aii di ath
German Propaganda in U. S.
i-, i ... klar? I ' Hie i entra .ami
n of ' -.?? " Ma ifn? i .. de? Id j
il al a - to??l. . e a fei
nul a props
? inda h ? ? . i -'..i. to the
.. i m ._i An.-1 lean i ? "" h.I? .\> .. ..?i on
MRS. L. HARCOURT
. GIVES AT HOME
London Season Passes a
Quiet Interval in Mid
Lent Week.
LADY CUNARD ALSO
OX HOSTESS LIST
Mr. aitl Mrs. Henry Marsh Rent
Warwick Ca<-tlc from the
F.arl of Warwick.
i Tribun?
London. March ?1 S .*? lif?
?mall i ? * ? ???
d bit of enterta
' nol I is usual. O Thui ?? i
?reme
-....., ? ..-**.. . i! -
lhat ol * i ?? l'ion? er Pis
ileni. i:; en Tei : - so? .. going '?? \ ui
, , . dress, of ? lade a
. the ? ' :
,!???. of well kno?
. v. , ' . '
Va? " Una All?? -1
i ,< ? [....!> Maud '?"*? ?- '? ndei Mi -
Christ? - i.'.v : I ? ' I.? M< Bl
Mra i ata? a Flts(gerald, Pa
?'athii-en N'esbitt. Pamels Coleman Bmltb,
Lady \'ix Eserton ami many other?
AmbaaaaSoi Pass ?ill rtturn on Mon?
?lav from Sandwich, a little matins pUca
he h?? fnnri'i In Kant Tusada*? be Is to
visit Aber<le.->n to r? cetve th?* university's
I honorary LL.D., snd Mrs Pass will
probabl] sccompanj him
Mr an?: Mrs Bdward Ball ? i.<-?1 ?>'i
Wedneadar from tbali honeymoon on the
. *,,? tlnenl
Ambassador Willard sccompanied bj
Mm. ~i Illard and Mis? Bell left P
on Wednesdaj en rout? for ;
Madrid
The wife <.f me Hon John IV ?
Mltford ' ? merl ? Frs ileii Fri? dlai
Fuld lefl for Berlin on T irada] with
ber i ist ai ? Bh< ?s quits as prett) as
?i... *,,.,, ..... desct Ibed and '?*?- beau! y Is
t ? i,:?- ? t? b ? '?? 'sail loval '..?*? ?he
?. a i .
The King and Queen ? ski on!) a ;
? Loi don aft? * theli Islt to j
n .- i-:.,i ! and ? 'o tntesa of Dei by and their
to n <?f the Industrial centres of the Lan j
. .. Uriel On April 3 the) *?*? I
*,-, Windsor ? 'a itle for Bast?
?|- ? date? n ' for the Rli hmoi d Horse
Bho v are July If and 3 Ing It eloss
t., Aa ol ? ??? ? i-.?-" J Bai '" i 'i * *
ami ???.?> kings honored the ?hnn i>
I thil -.'.'* : ? t.? ! ? ?
. ? . ? ? -. n !,o more at ? essfnl than ? ?
The -??' o- of the sei ? ol ??* ho n?
v? m.m Mrs. t?ewis Harcourl s g
I . ? resid? ? e \\, it i*..??u? le Bquai
he!.: m, Wednes-da Mrs H I " ear?
ing a t.i.i. i< chiffon velvet gown ai.?i silk
.n d h? r guesl ' e entran *??
to the drawing room, whl h s .i- d
r;,I.-.I with r'.nk B8 lleaa
? ?n U edl ? :.? ? -,' T-"!
.,., i ,,,*< ',- the Bu
? 'i'ii? bal . which waa. th? ,
. . ?. | .? prest ni ees tos
Mi and Mrs i leur- Mai -* ?? ;?> c( f\
?-?.. : . nto resldet War?
, . . * *
of Warn I for tha i imn t ind th?
. ? -. ?son Mr Ma
until re. mtl? the tena nt i ' Kn? ? :
place in
11? rtfordshire.
Th? i ? ? I -??? tord as re?
Wobum ?.b ?
Tii? i iuk< of W? sftei .i
n ont *i "' * h.itinent, nos!
? ? ? -.. : . ouse at
I of th?
The Earl '?? ?
left London for Ireland for some weeki
oi ? to Visco intess ? ui son, ? ho r?
? i . ?, ? i ?, ? .
There ha? e been but tes ?in ins in I
i ? . oi ? reek, most of them irrying I
to escape the had w? ath? r. Tim
lat? i arrival? ai * ? an
fol
m th? !:??;?;?. M?- llelei <'? ??
and M * - John McG ol *i from
i w '.,,*.- tri ' idia.
\i the Rita Mr. bi d Mrs, Dum sn KIlB- ,
??- oi th a d Mi an : Mi J Btot ? boi ough,
sil up from thi * ds
shopping snd theati egoing *? 8 T< *
and I". Bull, who arrived on the Lusitanla
At the Carieton n. llebbard at I
?. ora? i * Morgan, both ol whom ... : i\ ? ?!
? ? LuMtanla; Mr. and Mi arles
Howard Hood .i d th? i ds ighter, who I
.ir?* going '"i to Paris and thenca toi
Roma
\< th? i ? .. W II ? n I: ;....?'.:.is
M
m.I M? - M .1 l>?-\\ itt
ANALOGOUS TO CHOLERA
Metchnikoff Finds Infantil?)
Diarrh?a Contagious.
? I ? :
p,r*-*" u?'"' n *? I "r- --??? Metchni? ! '
kaff publlahea In the ?? ,\... .,*.... ? ?- . ' ?
PastBur Instil its tl ? results ,,<? a
- ot '? fa i ? ?* dlai ? hora, il o? Ing th? '
T '' "ou? and coi tagio u nature ? *
* is? Bi the professor's expei ??*.?
? ? ?? .i , ?. -? ...
"?tile dlarrha s ? a: slogoui
some reap ?? ts ??, \. -.* , , .. ,, ,? | I
'' ,',," '" ' ? **'? ? '.
n.- '' " olated ft?.,,, ; mon
ot! ei microbe -. T -m ' '
portsnt. except in th? ,.,, , ,,,.,,' ,h?v j <
'??' oi the pullulatl r the proteous, '
Profess?) Mat? hnlkoff *. omn ? Is thai1
ruthless ? i ? . ? ..- the ?' . -.-, hi? !. j '
'?'??' ?? liei nis of
fsi 'Me . bolera, h
thai the streets of el lei . kepi
lousl) !? in. e?j?e. lall) of mam -
the manure of
? ??tie th ?* ? e fatal rerms ..t.. round
? in. li files ? .i ? t.. 'hlldren
respect to
Idr? says Profesa ?? Met? Ikoff are
..
?ml dissemlr.ntlng th? ? Icrobe?
' oug ?lai ? ?s to themsel? ? -
;? ? fata ah?i oomm nlcated la moi ?
feeble ?rgai
Germany Has Aviators Enough.
''*? I n Mi. The : lining of
* ispend i :?? i b) tha
***'?? '".mi?,hl- ..i thi ' . *.,i v |
?lion B ibw ription n r? mI? ed th it th?
? ? uld i- i.. ". ? i, , ,| ,, ,.|. |nl
I ? ? . iragom? ol
i" ? ini it ?;? i n..m . m Ha opinion li .?
.h it quatal) supplied with romp?
ter) .-( i |tors
?GIRLS PAID SI 75 A WE
? Duchess of Marlborough He
London Factory Strikers.
Loi |< ? ?? he
?? .. - ? teresti
? -
! pickle ?" ? '
En d - . ? '
I ., $ 1 7
.- ? e of the si
;
m '
? -
......
. , i . ? m I
?
MUNICH UNKIND TO
NIGHT REVELLER
Gcman Municipality R
fuses to Class Itself as
(irea< City.
Muni? h M..? ... Sight fe ht on?
the eras? - ol mo ern
?i nidi, i i
?
?
I .
hat Muni? ..
not to be counted
cities of G? at all revelle
at? to no i-, >mi it it latei
In the morning Considering that t
closing hout for ths greatei nurabei
night cafes of Berl n ?. thai ths
_.?. hei ? ? least two afe tstau in
? - ? ? eg lining to
? ai -. at "'. er plac?
are reputed to be fai ona it ss
foi the "bummler i at the it?
... ?? ari't even ? in ti t '?'?" hari
wishing to mu.
?i ' ? . ; Mm - - ? ?
> .. .
Th? Vortl Germ.-i ?timmel
;,".i i he ??? ? ? ? originall? ail
niiied a las; oi lounging waj of goin
? .. ? ind l hs ? " d h - retelned i hi
? ? bummel-ug,
tl popula Tord " ??? hat the Lngll?
call a slow" ai I a at the Amen, an
Irah But the word Ian? '
mod to denote noi
..' -.pending a ga ? - Ing Ii Bei
?? . oldttme insiitntloi
... i lier bee
or trine is drunk in s suc? essioi o s*
taursnts o? ? * part c
? he i ill? . ,' ut th? moder
grea 11 a nd I r
rlnde*' a lull to a cabaret, It a or tbi e
? - of the ? ..latiai dan In
lia and an ho u oi so ? 'th
Scotch or I? ' Igh stoo
ara.
Police Prevent Subterfuge.
. ?/ear a go t he II? ense of the moa
gilt ca II ailed l?
by the i" ? -, ie cloa
e of sevei iur or a?
eault
h.i'l to Urn
rar odatloii In a quartet
? ?
the
?> i .fjtet ? houi oi
.. i .-.. hi was .. ? to 4-.. hi ma In a
?. ? to continu? 11
one or
coflf? e hi that begin to i .;?? i
? ? -
. ?,.. ? ... to ?let
to exaci ^
? estaurai
..: ii leas
t ? ?.: . : ? railwa tick
? t-, Th? ? ? ? ? that th<
I
. - ?
g ei ? ? ful ei
.. .
Sol to be I inameuvre t ? ?
m order
s ho ?. luit? il the i?? ita
a*<?re nol onlj to bi
hui wer? a'-" to mac them. I'a-h train
h tin and tick' i
ll'llll' IS 4' . I ? ? . tO tS
o luff? ? iueiu es. F?
o moi ????..?? iieequ
al? ir? the
man on duty, but the next
showed ? ? ? meant
riios -.4 ?i., h? i?! ti' k? ? itatioii -
lerved trains wen re?
mov? -i from the bu i i" ind in the
tad left. As
protested I ....
ll right to trav? l
t>? the t ? ? ' train I ? i ?? ?.?. ? .
? nea Sam? a and ad In -? ? a ?
ui k ? 11 ? ? tranta and
of ?"???. thai a ted t?.
it et a ft? r ? he d? pa rt ure of
i as ft The
' ? ol thi a..1.1 indi mnitj s s -
n II? i.- 11? ? th? a ithor of
;. ihn comed In ? ;. ? man of
Ii.,- an. !??'.?. ? a' - : .? |.?..
..i toi I
Case Goes to the Courts.
th? ? ? ? ? racted
- en i ti?- con
? ? ted a pan ilet Ii efi ? ? ol his
and ' lain ed the ri| to I ab
.?> di Ink a glaai o , of coff? a
,' east tome? here" In M ml -h b< tare? -i
the hours ol I and I i th? moi ning \t.
?' i- i ??? i Kei haa -? e taken a case tx
tore ta.- ground t at the
?lice had no riahl to reveni him from '
ravelling bj a trail ! iter than ths one
. h? ostet ? esll oten
" travel bj. But hi i aim I as nol ??? n
? ?
Meanwhile I
'orce aas Intimst? d tha? as Munich i nol
? among th? - reat" ? mes. t
t hs no need ol night institutions ? Ith ,
rhl? !. au are equipped But tins j
iaa not I . t an end to
? at? r ti.- dorn ?'?? l
'i i. at the hi ad of the move
greet deal ..i the fa? I thsl
tfuni? h ""? a ii"' eslsi for Muni hera
ilon?. but ? ? - illtan that a
. rop ?rt.I the Itj 's In? ome di
tends "n ti"- t"-- ? ??? sa not!
i| the Moi Ih tlei in- of them
[ddl< ted io the "bummi i i to a hom h ?
I i- i.h? n In ? he SO hotels an I
loardli - ? ?
a u ash um- the poll a ? hall
i nil thai a town f ? u?? Munich,
0.00 tant . ? t great
. right to I ' I as s great it aa
olngne ??? Di.? u ol which i oun
gO,(M i ? a*er Inha bltanl
as , ? ? ?
? aA ? '. .- '^a___ .?ka
i
, *, L'NTKSS l >F Dl DLEV
-. ... . ? b) Ule ?
of B II
FRANCE OUT TO GET
HIGH GAMBLING TAX
( asi nos of Country Take in Siu,
000,000 Profits Drriii-?
Single Season.
. Mai - - ? '??*
baa In? rea? d m ? not ? lously that
! the go? ei -am? nl haa ought I
l greater shar.? of tb< ' ' Itl I 'ndei
' ... act passed In 1907 the state Mas beer
1 getting '?"> per cent of the pros? rec Ipta
v Partlaiaantary con n Isslon has ' ro ishl
j in s rscommendn?on thai from the *r> -*?
. . ^ ng . sainos th?- itat.
Id havs I per ? -ut on Incomes I
' tl an |2,0O0 up t?. *.'? pt snl on Li on *
' ex, ?eding II1.000 000, accoi ?-....-?
i ?t? '1 *-i* ? ??
hu (red and tl * ? ? ?
were authorised by the Ministry of thi
' interior lasl season to ? arat, tlw
? .- than cal racing hon bH Ige
' beslque ecarte and piquet 'J'i ?? officia
? before the ? ion thai
the casinos In France at summer resort?
: | : t.-, .,...:? ||.1,000 profil
* .i
Kkighlen, whi?"h ?wit ? ? nd one
? ?? ? fron ad abo t one-flftl
of the whole, <? - ? ? hupdrei
and flfl i ? i ?m Paris dur
ing the short holida) Mason, and the op
afl
ing i from 1
come i. ? * ? bles ever? ? asoi
Th?? n. . isino if ? ? owned b)
the Ht-. ? . t ... ., , ,, ,,.,;,i nest!?
?.il the ?xpensea if t ocal adi
'.:<>i* A aecond casino al Sice, under ;
*? of ?t..- Interior
won for ii- - '?? 000 Then
*? * ? n ber of little resorts " hid
? ? ? i ,n at s l"*--"--*
gambling revenues, according ,'
t he officia ' * - ? ? ed abotit
? ?, i ???-? ?*..-. do nol
? ? ? ere gam
l allowed and for which 1
tes i ; rcentsge of the profits, oi
? u ' ma? bines at race cours? -
.*, took bets <
t?..,...
* ? i newspa
1 'ab net for ti rg* to tak?
reiste thai
proprietoi of eaaii
;i dishwasher In ?? rei
, I thai
? - ? - .,
- * hie ." o int ??> M ??- - I
: opi ?tor, who was a
? ? to have a fori - ??
?
PARIS NAMES ITS
GOWNS AND SCENTS
Society May Wear "Weil ol
i.ove" and Smell "Halm
Laden Air."
le to 1 - rtl
Paris, March 21 \ ? ?.- ...
? ? ? Parli nop? o
;. ? ?lug fan! i s tic nan
ti nded for purchas? *?* omen
? :. thai recall?
M ... p?a;, "Lei
would ne si
refer t?? a chair a- anything but a c?n
crsatiot
M
their chol? e of pre! es for theli
. of 1 ewest perl
called simply "Like t"ou," s name tha
i .i loi ? i ? ? ? ouM : e
'?:.i lm i ..vi'-!* Air" is a * tie?
? . ?
I e ever'
ivi - * ?liera
Util -.1 t.. . ?- ;>?-?-???-? the motif 0
1 ? f I.OV? ' ? *'aiiie o
evening dress ? sad
Igl -? 8 rile? ' | -.\. ,tti
?**.':? ?? ' ?? protesl airains
: ' ? * It Is ?
iiio?l ... ? *? ' t he dress
srl
it*lIon, ' ''alse I>esp;t !*.>? ?-.
i'.-, ?-.., i i 'riendihlp .itni ev.-t
,i* ? ;,i ?? the titles ? t some ??
. i e latest ;? lions ol the n,r de I
Paix, the mode apr?s . ? ?
.- ? ?i silk?
ishiol s calle? "Long Tho :cht--,
? ?* ' ? istl? torto >? ihell toil?
?4te, ??? hich I . ,:, the Ave
?? de l'Opers, i? called May He R?
? ? -?
PRINCE JOHN A FEMINIST
King George's Youngest gon
Yells "Votes for Women!"
' " '' ' P - .lohn, the
>ld to of King leoi g? mped
Bt. James i-.iri' the other
. and ahouted at the top <>f hit ?
women!" \ crowd Imme?
tl'atel) gath< red ind l took . b_i
? time to -^et her u ?>
it icktngham Palace
? . imi t enjoj II a much .-? =
; . othi. bo) s ,,f ais age I la has gatl
.red, doubtless from his elder brothers,
a ho hi. : th? public
" ? ? lot of slang, an.i has
horrified hia mothei bj his verj apt uao
?t it
it.. entl). ? hile motoi Ing with ths
)ueen, he was rebuked foi bis use of
?'eng .nil particular!) foi his use of ths
i? 01 '1 "ktda ' aa applied to rhlldrei 11
i .t he thought 11??? thing was overdone,
uni point? ii "..i th ?i all bpj a talked
.bout ? km ?m.i what ' las weak) .i I
i, How - all them ' it?, tfucen gavi II an.
SEVERITY FOR
1 CRIMINAL INSANE
English System at Broad
moor and Elsewhere Like
ly To Be Investigated.
MAN HELD 13 YEARS
FOR WRITING MENACES
Staffs in Asylums ..\pt i0 Bc Rf
lated by Blood. I hits Creating
Close Corporations.
'??'"?' " - ????.-..
don Man
Bi .?
? kel) th(t
s???'*
a ? ..__.__.ei _____ _. . _s a **'".?
; ' ' " ~
I . ... , _
raen named
' ' ''? '? ? ?.
,, ,.,,
' '* I ?
e-n del
ire 1 ,(?i
1 ' ' Mr. Tesela
na u ,h,
?i ?s 'n
l e prisons and .??? ne of v-? fM
But? bul hs does think thsrs is -??
for reform One ol the thtnga he wuh*
te <\o m to ehnm-e the miette from ot?
prlaon to another if irore ,.. I,,, fr(k>
Tient intervals, oi -he grouad, gg kg
.?a pa
"If a? alleged * s-en? rasa*- mssahaa
? ' ? - atsff .-i a related to otl ?r reeiastra
Of the ext?: i . - p,,.. -.-.?rlVr-, ?*
T either I marrtaai H
?,? on. e ' . ...... ohMous that SOme*J_ag
.- the nature of n r irporatioa i
estabiia ? <?-,-?.. 0-M ,, ,.n<l
f he bod! be i? hi -iRna-r ??f
g into coins ' ?? ? .? ?a heia,"
Interested in Full Aeylum.
H* sa ? siso heard that tbam *
? - ? -.i.n local int? !"-? got ?g m I ? ?
of the villSfl nd!n? the pr:nn-u
snd risv luma in keeping the Instil I saj
?
1 have .? -?.???? thai araaa
luests are a . . Itaer pan
? - ? , arasai
???
?..t.. i
mil be ? to ? _pc from ?
? ?. v .. lion. I pet a
n lo Mr if? Kei na on I
and s i ? ? i ?? a tvai it Um
for the
?-?iro: ? :
"Xol "' ? were 'iier? ? || -?ntu at
oor Asylum las- ? . ? t snot
? i lunath asylum has bi
Ramp) rhere th?
tai
"TI s ol led "f i he i n
nt
the sysl n ems hardly be red
....
given me by Mr McKenna
? luring th? ? pa
!? tits ??er- dla iarg? " ??
seven were remit?.
... Hg ...
tence This makea tota F safe
a a vi all percent?
sg? ? ' I
it la a ail
Ml ?
from b ? - 'r' v
: ? ? nswer
? ?
. -, e of 1?
ai e, however, i ' *'
years Pt
nava *>?*<?'?
buried in th
Asylum
For Double Murder Three Yeara.
?, i the extrsor liasif
, . it of deu it* ni bt*
cording to a list ? I "1
riaoner for atti *"
? ' '?? -*r
foi ?I.. - .for
irder in 1 ?
m two ' - - :"'*' ,i',,",
...... . reata tf
letter foi a* I then : u**'1
., detei tloi ? : ??'
?The gei * those was
..,.?.. .1 ..-??v?r*
a that th? eceivi
lo the ,??*.. ? -? '"'""
. :,., groun . terteret - ?*
t., the effect t -..
laelf at-., otl eri *'"'*"' ,h*
ai oi ? n "v;'\
.,.
. , . - . i ?
.... -????-*
?ears pass 00. at '
.",-.. die or b? ' '
move this official I
t ta not. of < ? "
... ?es auch as i ' '
N'ewgate Prlaon ill
. ?
rould
"? am mate of s
r it were t
. .... i? a tang? that mist
' '..
? ? ? ?' "JLu
difference or posa
? -
?While i i"-"'
gard .?. thi ;c?Ti.
ondit ? ' ??" ' '
r,"t help thin* ng there la
... to the - ' I
?yate m
NO SEARCHLIGHTS;
WARSHIPS DETECTED
Acetylene Gas Produced by Fifi*
Calcium Carbide Tubes
Into the Sea.
i-?:...?' 'm . :V
?on metl ? of ?" *???<>
??
in battleship North ?
.earchilshi "i'"'' ?,M '" '"
?out.r ids lllumlw wf<#
rubes lllled with ?*al
Rrcd into the >ea from i bi ? ^
?ructed gun When the?
aurfac. I."hi ? . V*,-i???
,..- b conta : with II .? ?
automaticsll) light? ?? v ff#
n. I lian " ' '""','
iUCh projectiles thrown ?round i
wouM placa blm ai ? ??'??' l^******
tor it cansidsmbla ?mi?*
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