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WEATH?ER
To-day. fair.
?tMiti:\rnu: .estfrdaTi
Hi-jh. Mi loor, ??'.
roll report r?ge lt.
v,1. LXXIII?. .No. 24,399.
|l ..p, rieht. 1911.
|{? 1 be I ?limn.- V.u.? iiill'.ii I
VEW-YORK, MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1914. * * *
nntnn . *?*\*l*- /?I-X'T ?" ? Mj Ot totem lark. Newark. ,ler?ey City and Hoboke*
lull "'? ()>!'. C h.\ l -u.m-.uhi.ri: two ckstb.
REBEL GUNS AT
TORRE?N SWEEP
BESIEGED CITY
Huertas Troops Give Way
As Villa's Men Press At?
tack on All Sides.
7s FEDERALS DEAD
IN INTRENCHMENTS
Night Bombardment of Sub?
urban Town Follows All
Day Fighting.
1RBIW BADLY INJURED
Reinforcements Sent from Cap?
ital, but Must Fight Way to
Roach Defenders.
i i
March 23. v*- ih
,: ??- i -il a leorc of hills, i
-.... - rdon ?-?f ?3
? ..f tl
? i men exuH
I ? dosen minor vl ?torlei and
ti ? ? leneral Pni
.... ins for
rebels ex? I
?? the !
m tent In tl north.
r . ' being led by Gen? j
Villa in person, and ih?? asi
.... ,. h will b? rti
t*ie
Vnzas River, nrll i ?? - * i ml fol?
I of the town of ? lom? ?
? i i-* ni on nhi? li ?? as
?
The ? ?xhl nini t \ II i'a nrmy
? Bi tenghara I
: - *.u Gomes l'a'
And nine miles from Torre?n, shortU
rk ; n par?t? r ? i?-. this night
lo.
Big Guns Plzced m Range.
? i i preced? d p i
?. Ithin rangs of * *
?????? . ? :. 'in, and the bom?
ed NN i11* feverish
: for 1 he cone? I
. n : y to-morrow,
rrisoi . ? dm ? Pa?
lt*.; i o uat> svldentl) not ui.cn by sur?
e of G? n? -? l-'aiar?to,
?
? >rtlried
?f the mu?i
?
>f ths
ii.on whom
Villa b ? . lii -? largely In the
? i Ton ? on,
?as seriously wounded last night dur
? made up ? ;
i one of the largest
&? *? I i arm. and ? a?i
been ?- ? _ . n Torre?n nod
-, r reverses In
o i.? Join Villa's
.
v ? my ha
.:. le around T r?
f- ? ' ? - rt-da ha? Ins. to
fight t..? ? . 'h?* mam rebel army
?
' r the towns lying *.n
of the i '? In i
Nnda ? - ? ; -garrisons retreating
**?'' ? ' ? ? harp sklrmlshei,
army at Toi reon.
Dead ?n Federal Trenches.
.:>;??(] Pan
' '!: sy, ?;ri\ Ing out the
II?-- fOUl :
? . i*. inc: in th< en?
Bena-iifl ? ; g the
ii tu" n of ]
** had press? i on without
scattered Peder?is
? - ' ? ?nghold I
" aseo had fortified f r j
" ? ' ' Federal army of
\
?'?v ? h M?- ?ci. .i
to Tom '?a
**? no? t city to-day and j
-
"1 .?i I'.urili pise, fourth i-olunin.
This Mornings Xcws.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
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O'SHAUGHNESSY MAY G'J
Rumor Adds Shanklin Won1
Get Place as Charge.
inc.]
I ? ruz. ,Y- :. i h 'JL' ?A
nold - '-.... States Con
rai .h Mexli o t 'iiy. arrl? ? fi h<
this morning ai I ral ? ; to-nlgl
fter a lonp ? ? : . "i .1"!
I.ind. President Wilson envoy. I
Interocean! R II** :
a hile ,\. Ison O'Sl ghi
Am? heart < In
-hurt his x'a? at ion her?
Mexico City on ?'?? M< ?lean Railwa
Tin t Shat
travelled l." difl
nd led l n
mora thai thi lattei s
? ? \x i ' .- ? - . 1 '
nnvo ii.-'" lughn? ruy sa
g] ? thai he km I - g ?
red that h?
ti ? tion ? ?? re. Ignli g Und
u\> in this, "lit th< . - ? ihi
nklln will 1 ne of the ?-'ni
t ?-.- ? ? .:'???? ?
is forci
o
f?ala reports
river mishai
Explorer with Roosevelt Part
Says They Have Lost
Everything.
N ex I Tim?
? foil" ?? .- i. : tch tO
irom Brazil (via Pen
Si. Vln? ? rit and the _zor< l, M u
w?-? have losl < ? ? i thing in the rapid
imablx ra |
- ! _. Rivei T . . m
aril
Wl 11? iVY ! I \l..\
\'lll
.U and I ?
exploring the o lid i Bra: II Thi
party ? ? Mnto
dispatch tl*i
tripx- ai?? all aaf?
SYLVIA FAILS TO
GET INTO ABBE.
Miss Pan knur st. Carried nr ?
Stretcher to Westminster, De
livers Address in Street.
tfai * .*-' S I? i Rank
Irei her and r
u1 ?ine thousand mem
army,'
? pt? 'i t" 11 ? . i ning*i ?? r
? In Westminster ?.obey. Bhe wai
unable to pain admission, however, ?.
? \ ?'?' real in tile edifice i,?,?*, been taken
iri view of the fact thai ?li?* had an
'i her Intention last Sunday to
?-..' ? t ? Abbey to-night The
. ? ? te und hei :
however, hf id ,.n ? pen air i ? * I ? g In
? ur ? the A blx j.
? | tard ft the peopl
xia?, led by ;? Church of England
man, the Rev. Edmund Willis,
rector of a < hurch in th--? siiadwcli tita?
trict of the East End. Clothed in full
canonicals h< opened the streel meet?
ing with prayer, and, after tin nging
of "Onward, Christian Soldiers," I ? the
gathei !ng he tel d a short
Pankhui t then d liven d an
? <?>>')'?! ted hei f ?
- i" make England .? real Chris?
t Ian ' ountr . I t Westi ter Ab?
bey would becom? a pla ? f o
as well as for the rl< i.. After the
meeting ahe was removed from the
? ? In an ambulai attended
nurse.
Thi Rev. Mr. Willia had almo :
f?-' t control over t;.-- arm] ' d
the mc-tini,'- Ti:" demonstration waa
irkabli foi the an all ? mix r ot
police present and for th< religious it?
phere surrounding It Only i
aionall] were the apeakera lnterrupt?.-d
by cheering and loclal revo?
on."
SAGUE MAY BEAPPRAISER
Ex-Mayor of Poughkeepsie
Recommended for Office.
i
Washington, March
O'Gorn '. ha? r< c mmend? d J? ? ; K
? AppraisH ? ol th Porl "i
\. w 1
Mi Ba ex-May o? r igti -
?ale, ? : one <?' thi In -
dependent] leaders of th.- ?tate.
it i<- ui derstood Mr. Sagut - ap?
pointment will h? made, as ii I said to
\ ? ace? pi ble ? 'h*? adminii (ration.
-. * ???
ELLIS ISLAND FREES
BEST GIRL ATHLETE
1 resh from London School. She
Is Detained Until Her
Grandmother Calls.
Thi i ? was mui h ado in thi ?-? nd
cabin of the w hite Star liner <
erday when the Immigration ofl.?
.:? Id? ?I '" take Marx Nixon, an
old English girl, to J
Island.
M thought
that th< ?est a si ete in b< i
.?.. i ..'.i in London aho ild be i" rmltti d
i , i. n ? Mai ? N Ixon had
? ? ? ? pet itoi
athletl? i, and sraa awarded a ,??"i<i
medal a few montha befon ih? em
I ;irk? il "ii Hi'** ' '? ?!'
Her frl? t that 1 he m? dal
. ? ? im?
I ? otl
rent enl
to || with ? ? i !? indmol h< r, Mi n.
M,,i i",i,i "f ' ranford N. .1 ts sfa
n un? oi I slit ri indi i -
U.,, m ,, | ad te ?.*?? to Ellla i. land
until bet grandmother ?.iilled 1<jv her. |
GUNMEN SEND
APPEAL FROM
DEATH HOUSE
Ask Public for "Justice"
They Say Court of Ap?
peals Refused.
VALLON AND WEBBER
ACCUSED OF MURDER
Contend Evidence Shows
Rosenthal Was Shot
by Them.
BECKER CASE CITED I
_ i
Testimony Against Former Police?
man Rejeeted, but Used to (,on
vict Them. It Is Said.
i
Convicted of th? murder of Herman
Rosentl i '. and enl n red I d n th s
?- le? trie chair m the w< ek beglni
e foui gunmen In * E ?
Bli g death 1 - led a statement j
"to . aterda . I
thai ? * ? ? ? ere lefl to die unjustl: .
f? mi?-!- Lt? ut< nanl ? !hai
Becker obtained s new trial, they hud
-,i '. -? ? ;. r. W?hle, I
t?v o oui th? Ir appeal to ths pub k
and "fair play." a hleh th? y
had already prepared when he visit? i
them.
Mr, v dii laded his
lenta from making a statement until
now, thougl th? had ? ? mxious to '
. the i everaal of the B?eck >r |
decision ?t?.'l tin affirmation of tl
own Bentence wai handed down ;?.-' th I
Court of v i ? r? bruary 2?1 Thej
. : ? alxt? en month death
I and t their fir ? si item? : '
to reach the outside world. The: reiter
? . - ? ? harge " . ? ' i.> ?i
and Webber with the Rosenthal mur-l
rlor
There . slwi i a eil i gi '?' Mice
to any plea '"onu.:.*? from the low Bl
? of twenty-four cells where
wait th?-?lr turn to ?Ji?? and tl
? kable In moi e a a* a ?h..n ?? ...
While not perl omposltlon the!
lent i? In g<od form for a qu tr-l
t?*? of ??n l-erworldllnga.
Written by "Leftv Lome "
"Left; Louie" (Louia Rosenberg, ".**
4.. -?i of the foui. who will be 11 ? n?
*, two years old In the month i?e la
sentenced to die, wrote th? statei
?.n pen and ink In a clear, Brra laud.
di * th? othei *
the heavy ban ol their cells - the
guard held II fer ti-.?-*m and stood by to
see thai they made no "improper' use
id a iharp pointed Instrument ilk? ?
pen. The | a ere not m line '
? ?n ? hal ?
'l'ho gunn en o ? it the ex?
treme ? wer 1 n ths death
i
li..* .-?. "Gyp tl e BlO? ?i . Han v 1 -.
"Lefl i.?? e" are ?n one
side tnd ' ?? ? ? thei . hil-a I
"Dag? Prank ? I rani: ? iron' n and |
"Whit? : ? i ? ob B< idenshnerl ?
are opposite. Heavy wire ? reeni are
-rnr?'ri m front of the cells so that the
prisoners a r sa the aisle cannot
I other distinctly.
Ttiiy told their counsel that they
L* ? Left s i ouie ' to ? i its ie
hi had on a k< ??'
books for hli father, who is a Hour mer?
nt at the Ken fork Produce Ex?
* - ; .i v. rot? a good hand 1
? ?? i r? d a .in one ai * lioul Ing
d forth from iheir cell
ha i obtained ? oi lea ??f the r.rda of
and ?!' * . * . i? ? f,'
th? Court of Appeals and referred toi
I oint i in them in the .-tat? ment.
An All Night Job.
Dago Prank" added s atateraent <>f*
own . pen? Il contr crtlng a par?
' ?r i ?.in? in i he opinion of the '.
Court of v, ; ea i a prison k? a
? i h- m out In I'??? a b rtion to their
? ?-I that th? ' n orked through I
? nntinur.l on fifth i nu?-, fuiirili rolnmn. I
BOY OF SIX KJLLS SISTER
Playing: Soldier,'* Savs "Now
You Must Die,'' and Fires.
tVutli v 3 lai ... L'ni
' .n th-? ho hll
ll I sister, wei |
? thi i e Ii .. . :
? . anus thia nil
? he little i avelled a
tfX',1- ? ? ? : and r-a.d:
ou mus?
i!" pulled i i.? figger and .*? bullet
i-, the girl in the heart Bhi fall
to the floor dead. The boy ra? acres
rig Into 1 ere the ol \*. folks
aere talking and I ri< bL
I MacKenzi? if ter
.ir. h estigai n, a I he wa
il,?? hooi Ing xio-- .. ? nd mad?
no an
The gir i : : ?sa Falc? I ?
old. The i J tnie I al? on?
? ? irith tl Ii par
. King itr
URGE 'ROADS FOR PEACHES"
i
?
Suffolk Citizens Use Fruit as|
Argument tor Highways.
Brookha? n Suffolk County, '..
laland com? to th? fure ur.h ? new
? - imenl foi _ ? le. Conaumer '
of Farmingdali , ichea ire < ounted on j
for a ? . ?* the mo? ei
a 1 gl ? ondltiona Then
?
Because joli ?
i II ? hi larg? pea hi - to th? bot
ton of thi i ikel - and brings th? small !
ones to the top, thus iking i ?
the extra : : ?arranging tv ?
r the mark? ?? the Brook ta n
sup? i-, '??-.i . ' . _ed to appi o?
; '. \*I!,<kmi for t ?i m tig tl
peach growei
pul one of their numl ? r forward ?
' andidatc for the i ?
Dedrick S< ! w irting of Parmingdale.
hai t" en ' ? ? o lead the fight and
ted 1 ardoi Su pe?
promises to have each on?? of his . ?
id -kMp
de? orated n ith th? m
peaches grown 1
m_ i
SCHOOL FOR BRIDES-TO-BE!
Six Months' Course in House
keeping Planned in Cincinnati.
By ? is* ;
Cincinnati, March 23.?There will he t
aekeeplnf brid? ?*" ?
:n Cincinnati, la the assertion m i- by
perintendent of Schools Condon,
announced to-day that a school f r
. i i ,i. ? v. ould be started as
soon aa thi ?nances of his department
v.uuid permit Assistant Superintend-j
' Robert* h i a bachelor; said to
- ?
Bach pupil will r< i alx i
ng in t :i genuine i
.fter ta ng tl i ? Il
III 1 t0 - " ;
? he tamil] ifa m d thi iok trll
pipe, i i
rok? n <i< r knob or ? Dp a i
sraa ron, mark? t, glv<
aid to an Injured membei of the fair
?!:irn Bl SCklngS, I ?'? ., I D the m?'-' I
rtat? fa ihl >n, nd .- -
aid her husband bj preventing ;
? tful traste in thi Uni rl i n I o ?Be- )
DEFENDS JOBS FOR KIM
Civil Service Chairman Terms
attack Absurd and Inane.
.l"?lg<- Jacob Neu, hairman <?f tl??*;
.tatl Civil Servie* l ommisslon, has re !
plied to the accusations of the Civil J
Service Reform Association, xxhi--ii|
? , ged membi ra of the beard ?? i
appointing their relatives to ex?
posil lona
The Ige admit? thai
pointed hia formel persona] aecretary
to be b a oflldal seen * u j and tl it Dr.
\ . . ? Wolf had api ointed hla a lie aa
his i.vx n at? nogi pher and
and James .. Lavery. of Poughkeei - i
had given a Mk<- place to his hi "ihn*.
But Judge Si u point? d out thai I
tvork of the coramlaalon d< manda abso?
<?ferf?e\- and that that I I I ' ?'
'or ih appointmi nta. Hi
th ""-resent board haa held i.s
. eetings, irhereas previous boa
. .-' iged onl tbirtj H ol ai icter
the accuaatlona aa an abaurd and
Inane nTStnnu Hall at d
rt h y of ?
MISSING YOUTH WIRES PAPA:
"I'M MARRIED; SEND $500."
Daniel P. Dume. Wealthy Staten Islander. Is Asked to
Finance Honeymoon?Dance Romance Here Carried
to Louisville with No Word to Parents.
-,,r ..i v D lue, n waaltb retl sd
. , --nan llrtng ?t Weat Si '
. . . ?tat ' *? """- '
.. . : ? ' i where his son.
.???? ???* an''* "
?ows, he can -gel the young
? ' prolong.
? - J for a
i.' ! * H' ' *'
-, ,, -, m the tenor ol a teleg-ram re?
in L l?vlM< K yesterday
I, ? . v? any rate ha 1 i
,,, ?.jaw. and th- happy ooui
: . i ? .- : ? ? ,d furni h
I
. . ; * ? * ? ?
..... . Sh< ' Bai
?it Mrs B M
... .r. ,,i w< ?' Brighton. Mrs. ?Parker
I ?. , her, ;" 'i ?' ' < ?- ": ?
Of li-r ?Janees that tli? young man nitt
?nd f'-:! n love with the nineteen-year*
? m visitor. Th*rf*aft? r I e misa? I not s
ilanr?? airl th?-* couple BOOH till
that !??? ng all the ? w glides
-, .?i ?? .' i! togethi r they had .1 I
?. r~?w m common
ig Duffle, as s membei of Troop
I ? . i ' f. O >?'. v . is adept st
h * * and be rug
hat ride I gether. Thla
they did dall* uni I last M m i-?'-, when
Illas ??bleh? ? ?? r left Btaten r-:.i!"i to
visit frlendi n Louisville. Claire en
dared the separation fuel ??n?*? ds !
-*..* ?? i : r Louis? lUe.
?????'.' eded in
Oiichi it? tl il Staten i-i ind s
ich to be
d to Los Ang? * * * 1 -'i t!i ..
? ? tt%
.?????*
ist night t d< ned to sa
whether he would become s bone: moon
Onaaeiar? I
I
MINISTERS HANDLING IRISH SITUATION.
L
PREMIER ASQ1 ITI1
AGED COUPLE FOUND
DEAD FROM GAS
One-Time Rockefeller Foe
and Wife Die in
Lonely Room.
WENT TO DR ATI I
HAND IN HAND
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram J. Collins.
Ruth Past 80. Shunned Ask?
?n<? Aid of Kin.
t penniless ? ?m place
earch of six ? Satui
?i i Hiram r. < olllna i :gh" ta years
old and \ ? na I Is wife, "i.e
youngei erttfi l handa
? ? .-. 4 ? .-.inlng ;. .
?v.. m vhi h th? .i* gentle appeal
had pro in i foi them al N'o, 'JIT 55t i
? ? Brooklyn
In hi ? * "? i wi
ut President Ha; md an i -- ? te of
Samuel .r. Tilden. In hii early man-'
hood he ? I with John D, Rocke? ]
feller in the oil unde aid ton out in the
light Hla aon-ln-laar ?.xxi..?i French'*
Hotel, which itood on th?* alte of the
New Tork World Building.
All the proi ertj the h?*d j
.; the woi?:?! U" n I? d ? *mall i
There waa nothing of tl is ix? !
cept a bui ?'
i" tii- r Idej :.- ation. Tl ey died a
In two I of the hum?-? ?if i
grandd lughtt r, Mi Ploret ' In, at
\?i. "17 57th atn I I
! on I liatreas to a Id I
? ? ? i r ki'i.i .? .
eem to ha ? Bhunned applying to tl
children for help. About I ?
Saturda, afternoon thi led toi
Urs. '. s th Oal the 55
foi ? i '?'?:?.. i hey frai
had no n t said
' ? ta o.
Mrs. Qatei th? ?
i. I their appi aran? e o m
nd I red 11 thought
i ? ng o? ? . and a u sind * -?
let them have a room r could see ,
- gentle folks The poor rid gen?
tleman ?ras so lot ig an ? attentive to
? ?-, lo? king ' ? * ? ould
i-?? c?mfortable m ? me quite
rlth them
"Thej si
of the evening ? they had
nothing to eat, poor y pi
ably had had n ? g ?
An odi r ? f gas early ? esterday made
Mrs. Oal
ii., .?? -; on -?*? to ?? r calls. Pal - Im i
John Ryan burst in the door, end Dr.
rdin? the Not tai,
; ? ? ...i?- had bi m<
i ...
.i
Whether the * ha I reed 1
gether, rinding they cou I go no fur?
ther, or whether I gaa had bee
turn? d ?-n a' cldenl il ifter
? ? n n? d ot '? thi re a in nothing I
The poll? were aymi ithetlc and in?
Ined to the theory ?f accident.
It xx i, ? aaray be k in the eat
that Mr. Colline tried to tight the "oil
k.ng." In ' ?
born.be ha?i two - LockwooU
.-.- ' '. tin tnd ..' 'hnson 1 i !< Uli - - 'nut
put oui "f the oil trade *.n l*?'-'..
I,at- : William, now dea
i am'? an adjuster of the Supri
? 'oui *. W*es1 '? ster Co nt.. ??nd the old
man ? * u ? - * rl He lived
for *"' ..-'.' ,'cnion. Dur?
ing the last year the old couple i.a?i
he'ii moving about from room to room
n Brooklyn.
A aen, Hli len busi
- m at No. '.'1" F ? .. this
. ity, .tnd it fi IB? i Conn.
tughtei Mrs. F : . ich, formet
of Fr? ' tel ai thei f 2.
Zabll LOS Another
daughtl r Mrs ?I. <; Hard;.. en at
Nee Rochelle.
Mr?. Zabin took i barge ?f the -dies
and had them removed to her home,
Fight for Curley's Seat.
Merci will be ( <
held m the *.t:i Congress i ? ?
m ..-??' ? ? .?<>-? |or thi i
??,?... j
: . i ? ?signal -i, of Si
'1 ? irle] i: .ok LI I '?
Ik. ? ?' .'. ? oil], Pro
greaatae, are assured of non ti bul
m th? Deinocrstle part) there is a lively ?
OOatSat, with eight candidate? in tha ll?'il. i
? ?ni |--a_.4?ii i e ?
W] ? ? HIL1
'?'ii -ii'. i n -Ki.i.
? .
BROKER KILLS HIMSELF
John E. Volck. After Business
Reverses, Fires Fatr?1 Shot.
I ? old. a cot
? - I ill? d himsell
I to I
;.
U'-a... l iatbuah He 111 ? i th? I I ?
his wife, d ght aon-ln-law,
P. Oliver.
Mi Oliver, Wl
found 1.?*? father- ii -
...... . ?,..*. ; i i.
an ?i
It wa ? i.?? re
. .
?--? a< ? Of '.'t
AT 96 GIVES LIFE RULES
Dr. Wellington on His Birthd.iv
Urct'f. Common Sense.
i
I . ::." 'i .. - ai :
'.
rig aim
?
ttl
l >r. Wellingl
practi tired. *?
mate of Jan Rub
m Weti - - ??
I ? ?n h!s '
last rthd
... ango
i *
amcng I
ir? ?
*
? '
? ?
nably carel
.
. -?
of livmsr."
Dr W?
i * r
:??.? I I,
of *.?? hon ght wei
ploma?
CHICKS LEAVE SHELL
AT SOUND OF BELL
Eggs Had Passed Through lire
and Occupants Wouldn't
Budge Without Alarm.
fired? rtn ? ? I ? !
town firehous? i ? go, water
* it ?
s of Cl ' ? r . next
door, and a box wit ng hen and
H floated i round ?? ? < liar
Tl ?? hen stuck to hi r pa I while ti.?'
: i kled around her.
? ?a.? wen due ?o hatch on M?
d i t no eli ipi tared, Min- .
:i.. ? i told him th?
nd if ' ? ?
them he would have
.
rent to t ' op and rang
I . ... ; -... ? for fifteen mlnut? -
?/esterday. The eggs hefmn to open.
and In leas than an hour every i :
tbem hat? bed.
The ? liickei.r would not stay With
the mother until ?dinner tied ill
i,, ?i ar.'im.i the mother's to eb ir ?t
-. ntlnuea cold, he a ?. a ill mato
ted rtilrts for th? m.
Italian Admiral Dies,
(ton *? Mai '.*. -.' '- . i Admiral l .n.i
rellt, who ?a? In r-ammand of th?*- it..i?,m
the bombardment of Tripoli
B <J?-iober. lili, died to-day. 1
BRITISH ARMY
HONEYCOMBED
WITH MUTINY
Privates as Well as Offi?
cers Refuse to Fight
Against Ulstermen.
MINISTERS CONFER
WITH KINO GEORGE
Asquith. Churchill and Bir
rell in Charge of Grave
Situation.
!
KING STOPS IN LONDON
Unionist Attack on Government
To Be Made To.day in
the Commons.
i* ?
London, M in h 23 Si neat?onal ??
active t I? rtbe the un
,.*??! iituatIon .??'.- i i'. ? h
? n
ater cri -is. in spite of nil ??'? rial .?
pta to mlnlmis? tl Bit? ition, il" r ?
? don ? he to t ru.' mutin
? in m in Itish ?i my ?n-i
.... ? . -'i' era ??t t'.
-?Curragh camp, Including Oasjers
Gough .?!.'? tl" ?? I Of the -'?tl? .in'
|6th Lancers, ha*??-* ?*xpre?>s^ii their ?
termination to resign rather than
len to fight Ii i later. This deci
> ? to the Wer ? Hfl?
Ion Prldaj ind led to th? detention ?,f
min. * i And?n dui n^ I >? ?
? ?.
? 'i-inf* !?? ? ted all ds
rid all da the King hi Inf
?????: t Informed of the - tua
? i* Minister htm*? if
?. . .i i i . .? ? ? . ?? i.ii?. King n
im Pala? s ? ? Bterday end i
matned with hi*- n. ? leal for -?n i->?ur.
Th? ?!.-<* !!** : the CI MS i* enipha -
i by the decision ??f the Kin-; I
: - - ? it to 1 ear
!pr..! r..* ;!'/? Orand National st?"-?rlr
? ? .i- ? .'* >?? a? the min? ?
tertal conferences held yesterda* were
? linpai ' mai ? irv
ArcHb.shop s Facto?.
. ..- ,. i'.,., ;. iequith n*ai
? l****.i-ed ? with See-fo WliK
1 hur? Angusttne Rirreli ?*??
i>?,*?. : . r Stn ? v' ' ?? ' kx k 'he Arch
ip o? i ?antei burj an I ed at ih?
Mil ter'i re I and
how i'? tides be
. ;' th*? Chur?: >f England, the
,. is In touch with the elatg
of th? lahed Chur h In irelai;..
mai * ? clergymen of arhich an
ig a Irilllm inks of
Ulster volunteera m the ?.?.-peif and
holding aervteea and prayer em Bun
lit?'anee fn * i[ome n
In additl 'n tin prit*? ? ? m ad
? ?* ttcal problem?
rith I
? , in
?
the Ai p, oak
aft I e.
ait h ii ? OUI* Pi
kingham Paul Hie ce
King -i' ?-'rdirMi v
*.- -?mled 'j, half tin nom
or les?, but ?/efrterdn* afternoon th?
? . ?
French See? King.
? Prime Min Bt
. Pala? lohn "Teach,
I th? ?1. sn I
?if Mr
? - ? n Ion?;
? *.. '"-? ml? At. iltb it*.
Downing Btreet and after a Bit te
api * - ? bours at t ? ?'
? irltl the permanent ofBetals
- ei ied * - tation, tran*
nmisss -. i ? tions and
f ac? i lighting expei
?
i : onsultal ? - ' thi " ?-? WWjA
John Fren? h,
Sir Reginald Brade, it. J. Tennan?,
;? ? | Secre-tai , ' itats tor
Lord Esher, an expert
War Ofltoe -idministrntion. Winsto-i
it the i
mlralty with Mr. \squUh in the morn
tfteu w-nikfd s cross h<j:
Guards Parad? to Mr. ?Vaqulth'i
:< ? ? - ?-.?.- th? Prinu Minister
and the Kin?/'*- yr rotary, Lord
Btamfordham be aleo rieited tl
a? ?-.
day lotng important messa*/?- ?
t to and fn . There iraa no -* i ?
meeting of ministers last night, '? il
Mr. Asquith, Colonel Beely and Ifi
Churchill W' nt t?t the reauienee of Mi
McKenna ami remained to dine wit ?
'. ? ?. B. Montagu, Financial Secr-?
tary to the Tree wry - ? ilso of it."
party.
Officers WiM Be D;sopl>ed.
ihe War ? iff!' s . determined to *
drastic action, and the restgnatloa
an the ofB era who ?? at in then? pap ? -
ted, There Is also talk
of ?i-^r-nving of their penstoam thons m
titted to them. It in a'iMo ?;u?J that
?;?m?"-ra! ?".oiigh's ptMttaM ha.i hem
filled.
The Cntonlsl party will, of coorae,
? onaider u ... debt of honor to -ase that
"fl'T-, who have r?.?kf-<i their
career or e*ho contemplate riakiei
their career, shall iuhT?tr m no uay b>
thi ir erttoo.
it may be stand thai the realgag
none Sime sa a thorough aurpnae to
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