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WEATHER
To-day. fair.
TEMM'.RATOIE YESTEBDATl
HUh. 43: low. IS.
lull roport Page 15.
Vol. LXXIII....N0. 24,600.
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B.I III? Trititifi- \?..?.ri;,: inn. I
XEW-YORK?. TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1014.
PRICE OXE CENT
ULSTER DEBATE
COSTS ASQUITH
MUCH PRESTIGE
Bonar Law and Balfour
Hokl Prime Minister Up
to Merciless Scorn.
PREMIER MAKES ONLY
A MILD DEFENCE
Liberals Show Disgust and
Voice of Lamentation
Is Heard.
BOMB FROM OPPOSITION
Bonar I.aw Reads Sensational
Statement from F.arv* ?messes
Kinii ( oerces Ministers.
-, to Tbc
dnreri 24.?The governmenl
i -r, rod redit from
,, sngrj dohato on the
bito* The shifts to
-, ? governmenl resorted In ef
ions to furnish excuses and plain
??-. mom? ntoua exents
oftht -* fot? daya to connection with
Um : | ter situai los wi w exposed to
??rn t'x Androar Bonar i.axx,
leodei titlon, ami Arthur J.
Balfour former 1'nionist Premier, and
forward in a
n by Premier .squlth
??a?? riddled. Man;
nd, xxhen. after the leading
. debate became open to
.. it e t - onlj the voice of the
n !ament(iti"ii that was t?,
' i
? got emment's d< nlals,
Liberals realise thai tiie govern
ill haxr hail to capitulate he
?mux, and
i? entm? nl In the rank and
: ?- "f the party.
? x?, oa ?full xx hen the Bpeak
? ? ? hair, so < ag? i
? - t., h? ;?r the government's ex
natlon, nr.'i peart crowded the gal?
lo ?ratet] tli**? s. ene. The t? mper
oppoi ' who were ? row?im^
iras manifest Immediately
? of i tat nl Lloyd
:?.. g\ i- of tin- Exchequer.
? L'l.-fl with hate and stern
?* the Huddersfleld
ntemptoooa phr ?
? him. ' Jerry the Bnt? hei" an 1
'? d.
t Promiei .squith
ed The Ministerial'
? ro?mi] <*if cheei Ihg Eis
? ? !?"id and mocking
some Individual am
? rovoklng mimicry from
nchi but thi n?oiae a ss
Cheers for Opposition Leader.
Law got Innp and hearty
followers, and when a
1er sir. Balfour walked
? lit., hla seat, Imme?
? ? that of the 1?
hi ' - t cheers
?
- riMhiric: about I'lstrr In
? ??? ( parliamentary bu!>i
n found for
on on th*> one tori?
Pen ? e minds of all th.
? v - Vtnoxvn that Colonel
lar. of Stat?-? for War, was
? rn?he res| ting the
d Mi Bonar Law
? Prim. Minister t?. ;iii<-"?,- an
rmni -?'itr House ??? b? mox ed
onsldered neci a ?
: ? : and a
?? ? n.
?tances aatonlahingly calm Indeed,
on <'i ??? nal had
? eistet bi talked
? "ni.ri,..,i ,.? third p?_e ?..-,,,mi i alomo
This Morning's Xews.
-OCAL THi;e
' ' "? Ai ?" .1
.- Peel .. i
H Maa; Drives Ofl i
Boy S'lURht Here a
' ? ?*>?<?? .... 4
?Oman i. . _,
^bicoprt Polleowoi H? . 5
? : ;? r ;. . ? r ?cfeal. 6
"'*"* ' ? ? ? ? I,t:?i?. 6
aast Radlui . 6
^??" .,.-????-. 7
mmot oi
' "-r ed. s
u*- -?? I Begins . 9
-????a *,'.' .:???, 16
fclohoi ii
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* - PoVreoi . l
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... i Lobby. 4
.... 5
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GROCER SHOT BY BAN.
One Robber Caught as
Flee from Store
I've work, i hard and i woi *
It Up, ' ?? *'- I'.. :
i" ;i .1- nand i"i h da
hf looked * ......
rs in till . * ri
103 G?rden ? ? CVilliai
to day. Tl en on? ol I revo
barked ami * i ? .:,'..'
floor ? n h a pu II?
m? n tt' 'l w Ml. abot KM?.
As i h?* ti i.i nf hold?up ni'
fi' m *he toi oi imped ag? ?i
patrolman atta? h? d to th? Ham
; .. ? .. atatioi 'i he othei
S1.000.000 FIRE AT DUR?
Water Main Bursts?Bpr?
ing Flames Menace Citv
Durham, X < '. March .'i The i
eat buoli k in Durl
" rappei I m*-* lat? last night
I?uhe i" Idlng ? upled bj
? oui etor? b am r?. *l e as
atro?
Th? at ? .- ma In b rat, and the
* i? spread
'?'!?"?". ?. ' ng the
h ml ' I: i,
piej? b *: ? i ?ukc bull?
hi? ,. dire tly ac
???-?? Th Baptl ' "?
then m ?1.n g? i.
Latea? eat In plan
si 000,000
BREITUNG ADMITS
DAUGHTER MARRI1
Statement Acknowledges Kleisi
Son-in-l aw Without Nam in
Him May Ask Annulment.
Uonda>*, llar? h 28 101
i am id thai on th? -'..'
Xovembei. 1913 a? Orac? < !h ii ?.
Mi *.? y? rk ? "it\ my daught? ?
Juliet Brell mc went through ? nr
liage ceremony, ea appears I
h. ?nd Inn?
thereafter returned f u ' me at
Bt. Regie Hotel, whir** eh? haa el
lived anil \\iif?r?' ehe deein ? t rontli
ES. N. BREIT1 N'
Through bis attoi m 11? i
Hooker, "f \". R2 Wall street, r a
\. Breitung ink? r, ol l
and Chicago, gmve oui yeaterda: I
adtnissi'-.n of the fac? that h?s nlnete
year-old daughter waa married lo 11
ri*, ?i- r ?? i. Kleist former coachman i
I * for i) tin Farrell. of M
? * ? *.* h.
t* ?* Issuaace of tbia atatemeot f
lowed a conference tirst between
and Mrs, Breitung end *.h *ii
Mr. Brell ing an?! Mr. Hooker. ?-'<
?ft? r th.s Mr. ;?n?l Mr.*-*. Brell | *
Mrs. Kielet lift the St. Regis, ippi
? ? ? foi Philadelphia. I h? .- ?
turn to-day, it wai said at the hotel
im , ? t. and ? ? ? len? inc i
distaste for tl,?-? rn.m in acknowledgi
the truth of The Tribune's ? nclusl
?tor: of last Friday, Mr. Breitung
in- atatement Intim?tes that etepe m
be taken to dissolve the marriage,
to tins neithei he, Mrs. Bn-itung i
Mrs. Kleist would -??> anything yest?
day, Mi. n?".k? i -.*:Id the statemi
spok?* for Itself.
It is ii"t kno? n p. bother Mr Bi *? tu
wired to Kleist eaterda: announce
that the '"' m< i - . * lb? en ?
kno? I? dg? 'i ia the bank? ?
K leisl b precise a * >u1 ? i
be? n i? srn? d.
REPUDIATES BOYLAN BIL
Tammany Avers It Would Nevt
Stoop to Buch Warfare.
Denial wa? made here yoaterd?] th
Tanunany Hall was responsible for
bill in th? Legislature providing i
' - ?!? Signalton of s chief Ju
Court ? ?
On Iti fa? th? bill would
** of Chief Justice E Iwai I
(.'i ",? er, who hi 1 ghtini Ch?rl
F. Murphy, a chance to punish hli
m present a ? hlef .! isti? <? on? <? ? '.??? i<
? nd ?.i in?- term.
Although th?- hill w?i Introd
-? ? itor John s. Boj ian, of th? 15?
District, a Tana man; man, and waa a?
vancod to the order of third : ? II
Thomas F, smith, a? rotary of ran
many Hall, said > ? tei
"The organisation has nol oi ?*?
and does nol stand for It. Mrupfa
would n"t n ? ? t - : h pett) warfare i
? ? pon him by ?o ; ? I I
a counter move sa the Boyl?n
*. Id? t.
PART OfTiG'S~?YE
GRAFTED ON A BOY'S
i
Haltimore Surgeons Look for Sue
cess in First Operation
of Its Kind.
'
more, March L'-'? An op
a hi? h mai h i a n? ? step in * urge***
waa performed In the Baltimon By?
o?l Hospital thla after
The entire cornes oi Ihi ? ? ol
;. pig *.* ... ? ml ?-] ,,ft.-,| on th?
??? of a three?montha-o1d boy. Th?
pig wa ght fi "in German? to thli
? Mum r *. for the purp?
David Kane ion
of Herman Kane, who ia the managei
of .*> hot? I In ?Gettysburg it ii
?... aurgeoni ??* ?i" hospital thai everj
? ..n points i " 11"* Buen aa of t he
ill hough ? * ng of an
animal - i oi ??? ?? on .. hum?- n lx ing
. . . ,|. .j
l ?i r.?i m? ? ho?, ? i i ii
cornes used v
op?rai *? Um?
i Istoi of hui gei * t" be j-? t foi mi d
?A I'll II" ( 1 ? O? S pig.
PROF. PECK SUICIDE
FROM MELANCHOLIA
Barricades the Door, Then
Blows Out Brains in Room
of Boarding House.
.HAD BEEN READING
MRS. EDDY'S SCIEN?
| Fall in Literary and Social World
Due to Voting Woman's
Suits. Led to Death.
?
, ? . . ?' .... , . ?
Stamford Conn., March 23 Melon
Induced >" thought! of layi
[when he held a high position In th*? ?i?
nd edu? ational world and b*
hit Insbllil ? '" elfe? I a re.i lllatioi
with in: xx ife, led Dr. Harry Thurstori
Peel foi mi rl pi of? lor of Latin at
I Coiuin'i:* ru. ?Tsit?. to take h*!a lif?
to da?
In a ] hed room, for whl h
? p lid **?! I 'x "... a' N" .",1 Bell ?*?'
Profeasoi Peck ehol himself behind hi
righl ear shc-rtl? before noon Thi bul?
[let penetrated his brain, and he ?v?"
dead when bis secretary, Miss Mar?
garet McDougall, and ? nolfbbor torc? d
? rhr-ir xiay In!?> hla room,
in "ii" band \x;?s a revolver, ona
chamber of which ha?! been discharged.
? ?ri a table beside his h"<l lay a I
and Mrs. Eddy's "8cience and Healto
xx ?'h a Ke* to the Bcrlpl ires."
Had Been Reading Mrs. Eddy.
i" i le his drat wlfa'a pleadIni since
i- nursed him bach t" h?--a!ih ia?-t
spring, after takuitr !iim from a h
tal in Ithaca, Professor Pock efused
10 adopt Chrii-tian S< lOnCS, nithonffh he
ua?. thorough!? ersed In Ita d?? trine.
in Mrs. Eddy's book, however, a i"*n il
was inserted Si a paf*'? "n which thtl
paragraph xxa.-? marked:
"For we kii"\v that the whole croa
groaneth and travalleth in can
together till now. And ?i? ?t only they,
lut ourselves, siso, \x?.i?h have the first
? Mon?? of th? spirit, even we our
roan within oursslves, waiting
tor tii?- adoption to wit, the redemp?
tion of our body."
Professor Pech !rft no note, -tnd * i
far us \v???.- learned he p?*'.-;? d no lettert
? h li might " H ''!' hi? a'*t.
in 1910, ahortlj aftei Prof? -- r
1 ? - in?: '. ? i Mlsi ?ltzal th H.
Du BolS, H'' na II H' 11' r of the ' i?
| in Morris High Bchool, N?s fork, a
: breach of promiss auli wsa hroUKiit
I against him b) Miss Esther Qulnn, for
t. i?hi years his secretary, rhe aotoriet
of the proceedings forced Professor
I Pech le lea t Columbia, and when th*
i publtcit. and rlti? Ism .'. in? h accotn
I pan!? ! the still subsided hla wife I'fi
him. Accordlni to hla daughter, ''on
I stan'??. who la a teacher in th" Hamil?
ton Instltu! for 'Mr:-, in 80th street,
i Manhattan ? ' o la at the h ?me of her
I mother, Pr? fessor Peck's flrsl wife, at
Sound Bes her father was In excel?
lent apiriti ?? lay which she cams
from N? xx fork t?. x Isit him.
Thla morning Miaa McDougall whom
..... ...... eek ag
; telph? i.? 'i t" i. .. ? ?;,, ?
( n Ithoul ?.? ' t .i - ? on th? o Ire, At
the third call Mrs. Gottlieb Menz, the
andlad sski d Misi IgcDougall l? ?M
.,! the house.
? i hoard him moving about hi- roan
half an ho h ago," she said, "but he
,]ory not answer my knocking at the
? iintintiTl tin ?Uth pax*, third rntiime.
Speeds Off After Running
Down Manufacturer
in Brooklyn.
\ raham ? toodkofi '.-. s ihoe n inu?
? ? ? ?? N*.,. it:?:. -? ' '?' '" "?,*
Brookl; n, a ?-?? loua njured last
nlghl bj .-?n automobile, which dragged!
him 300 f ?' tlong Es tern Parkwa , j
The oc ? ipants of the car pul on **?;?? i
ar.d ' n .-?r?-d.
Goodkofskj was going home with
? frienda and ?ras er i em
Parkway al st. John'a Place, near his
home. T e autom? ?? ? aa bound
downtown. Good was the hurt
to set the dangi r nd 1 ind It wt
late to save hinisr-if !,? jumping. H<
turned ''? face the ma? bine with
aims stretched ?"it. Automaticall? Is
hand- gi isped the b?r in front. T a
?ar i ishcd mi at un?b?t?d sp? 'I
13-oodkoisky Anally collapsed. Th?
w?a stopped thirl ?t foi y it I b? ?
the -i ol s ei ?? hi body is . The
chauffeur got mi** f?
man and two women.
"it looks s/ though he wai burl
i re? t* ' .-"l1 said th?
ht* bent down.
"Whal i hall ? ' led the
\? omen
"We'd g< of hen said
the male passeng i
All four got Into ? is saw
-? t.?-*i?\- gathering. Tl ?? chaufl
drove off at high ap? d
iloodkofsky a ?.- taken to sr. m. .
n " -, ital
Rare Operation Fails to Bave.
iao,
Bticct, I nion Hill. N .I.?
ti... Xortl 11 ??: ' Hoaplt
lain th? re for t? o mo * - neb ol
his apine amputated
The oper?tlo an ? rare on?
was performed soon after Kruso be? ? *
paralysed aa Ihe result of a faJL Kr.?-o
al flrsl seemed rn be Improvin****;, th??n he
Violan to de
TANGO STEP MUST TOE MARK
FOR STANDARDIZATION TEST
Outlaw Dips. Slides and Kicks in Maxixe. f lesitation and
Other Gay Movements Will Re Doomed 1 <>
day bv Edict of Dance Committee.
gp? * m ?I .
v ? m with n *- ol itlonixln
Id ni" human endravw
re qui sting further.
Through th? standardization aharp
. rid haa been ?is en the -
uniform
? . ih? a always il Uv
left of th? Are Ih? standardizar
I satisfied ">'ii thai record? They an
' not th? sr< *. ? ?: 11 >_- .ifter th ? t?ngo.
Furthermore, ihe maxlxe, the one
atep, the half-aim half and th?? healt?
? ?'??? I tbe a?-?" of ?-tand
ardi: ition
Ther? ha - ?? n ? ntir? I: I i muck
promiscuous prancing, say th? stand?
ardisera. Consequently, the I rp?l
chon in masters of the universe h?ve
? ??i t?. put the new steps on s irpal
n .1 a? 3 " '?!?? Ii thi- afternoon
th<- i i'ii. dan ea will kindl* consld r
themaelvea standardised. The
moni? tal place al th? f ishton*
able Colon? ? "lub, and all tangoll i ? ill
i.? i resent
"Undoubted!) Iher? ka need fora?ind?
ardlzation." aid Vemon Castle ye?ter
d?y, standing In the midst '?f a dan Ing
. laaa In hia atudk) in Wth atreet. "For
Instanci ? person tak? - lessons from
; .1 tango i? i h? ?? " ho haa Invented - me
j fantaetk* and ridiculous steps lost to he
Iabl? t.? have something new to teocb.
i Tin pupil i? ai i. ?? hit of < rctra aganl
,ii?.-. and mi?' corresponding!] eg?
travsgsni dlpe Into his pocketbo?k io
pay r i |< arming then."
\ii ' '.. ? i? paust d long enough to in?
ti ..i a gold uniformed flunk) t?? tell
the orchestra th?l the next would m a
?ntlit I
? Then," h*- i ontlnued "! he i pil at
tends a d?ti'* aomewbere and It
BStounded when Ik- tries to tarn.?-? with
; i,,. ; ner und tlndt nd ah?
do not ?-r"*r'i? 'i'" asme tango lang
Ha knows ..'"in ilxty-aeven di|
ihe never beard of, thi knowa a
riety of gl ??? - and i':in? i" wh
is foreign and the n
wh'-i -,"*n t'..?? poor pupil wonders why
h? paid the tango *? ?? hi r 125 a les
pon t?, learn to dance something
nobod: can dai ? ?? : h him. Whai ?
he going to do xx ith it?"
?That - t Ight," as -1 Miaa EU
M-ir' nrj. one of the prim Ipa fig
In the mo ? for standardization. "Hall
. ? esn'l kti"xx how the other
half dances But sfter to-morrow there
trii\ t?.- onl) one i orre? I >'? sy t<
?.f the new dan r-' "
Miss Msrbury? '
and Mrs. E. R? Ma! "" in oh ?re
standardisation congi
Each dance win v- demonstrated by
motion pit lures and -?? i.I on
, _? ? m be ?hoe n hj a? knoa I
? fis?.??! mast? is
\... non i Jastli s 111 ha ? ?? I;
in ?harg?*-. Mf , ' M : ?lf-an-i
haif. Quentin Tod th? hi -it.iti.-n. M
Louie and Mme Delirio th*- i
and Professor Am the tango. I
nor .\in ?- '!'?*? dancing n istor from
Buenos Aj n -. the tai go' -
haunt. In- :.|*?ntallj', ' ol hii ex?
ceedingly tangolstic family, n
.._..?? has been expoi t .?t th?*- dan? t
f.ir thr?'? yoara,
The sffarr si the i 'olon? i '. ib thia
ofternoon :s strictly sn Invitation one
.?.., Btrktl] thai BO! SVSO reporters
xx.?I Lc admitted. i
ROOSEVELT NOT 1
BRAZIL ?CCIDI
?Mrs. F?ala Says Coli
Was Far from Par
Wrecked on Trip.
TWO CANOES SUNK
IN RIVER RAP
Wife and Son of \.\ Presi
Takn News Calml' Friem
\\ ire for Details.
sequent
Rooa
\
-
?
tor Mi -. F ?me N'o
Rid -???-?. Ba; R
Colonel l:- ? i*ai
a m? n ? : ?'?' ti;-? an II
it?
Ml
cabli - ?? a aa
r pai ito which the e
Ittion had - - * d led ot
i nd would eurel* ha
mention of him n '
day
This theory wi - las? ?
by Theodor R? se who
al his home, No. 165 Bast 7 Ith at
that efforta to reach hia father
cable I ad fail? d Th? refore, he Infei
Ii?*? v as not a nv m ??** 'he p
which had ? om< to grief in
and had ?- v? ive.l t.. rea. h ;?
Hon and w ?? to the *?* Ol d ne?
their mlsfort me,
Mi -? Roosevelt shared aith
the |.. ; ;.. re waa no ca is?
alarm.
The fa.'t that f ha ?? * ? ed
egram m
no mention i *' any Injurj to .?nv oi
aha ?aid, "convinces me thai then
n.it the allgl t< it re?son for ai v ?
1 uim pmenl an?i food, tw<
the canoes Piala
?-?unk In th? R..t.;.'.s of the Devil ?
Ing th? Br?? Ulan r ? ? Journey. '
'?'**'' th? ? ?. ?rere short ol auppli?
"? 'oionel Roose ell is rafely on
u ay to the i ? id? River," Ii the a
i iK'ie a i.., are familier s ith h s pi
est< i-'i.i*.
i ? r? n " Abbott, Of ' The o '
said that hia kl plans
the expedition an ! the , haraeter
inced him that
accident e ti tl e p?ri o thi
pedliIon of * *'"i"?i?*i R..?--.
?? aa a mem!
? ?[-?,,, pai
? i i* * I the fact that
m. ntlon ' "oionel i;
In the m--- ige ? nvln es me
iration had all
tha? he ??.. Mr. Piala, ft
i ording t ' the ?? ? ? ? | * * Co
R ' : 'iild ha
been members ol th? expedli ?* to?
plore the Dut Ida Rlvei ? ? It -
"Mr, Pial?, ho ever
? f? ver, and It is I
thai the plan- were changed on th
?- took the ? a -
route, lei ving : n to ? '"|r*t
Ker ; : tit a
R ?ndon I exj tation
earini from ? !ol? H
merg?
. and thai
.
?gai i> ; .
i n' from, is a city of con ?
sis?, ft stands I reason thai if ai
serious accident h?d happened to tl
expedition ?nd any v-ord of it got I
Sant?rem there would be further d<
tall The runn? r hin
n ore of ?n: erlo i ?< Idem I
in Mi*. Fiala' m< age
No Fears at Sc??bner's.
? | rl *-? * ? ' ?
.. . ?
* ??? of the trip Ii
r rinl aa fast aa II ? omea h i
? ? '
-
: *.
th? i ' ?' I- '
, * , ible 1
Ith on an?
i ',,. ? mi
inters wrh ? a ? oui
p lowr
nown river At Scril ner'a the..
?.... ? e parti
. . . | known
part from C? ; even
It ?
gbt - ?
... ? r;... level? has many pre?
ling his hia
I ihers < ? ? that rli
niiTi-iri
*ar Sei ? ? in ed 1
Btalm? nt ?*.-?*
? * re p ed in
ii rent magasin?.
Colonel Roosevell g th?
method ? adopt? d dui .r*g his Afi i in
te, and
? ? ? ? ven fu -
thai ? us trip
I rites every ing
: - on white
n ci pj is <-.n blue
nd 1 ?nd la on
I":r:m: hll Afri SO I | t waa Mr.
? -n ? ; 'i the white
ind th? ? two mai It
publishers an?1 keep the ;
for his ??.? ?? n f? r? *
Durlni i trip he I - ?
all thr? e . opi? s to 3? ; I ?ner'a each by .?
? ? mail, in that waj. if on? n
? ? ? ? ? ? . ipii s n t i ? ? ..it* . the ' bird
will arrii e saf?
Bo f-.r all th;.. .. pi? a of eacl in
?--- - ?-?. ?fp- .?>?? .* Maaaa- __?**> -_<*?**
I
o ?
RAL .tri",:'; x
?' ?
?
M
FLYING BOAT PICKS
THIEF OFF STEAMER
Lurtiss .Machine Used at Miami to
\rrost Man for Stealing N. V.
u Oman's Brooch.
The following mesasge was n
terd >' > ? Henry
'l . ?? from Lyman ?' Beelej n p
tatl !i Curt?as at
Ml 'im Fla
' 'I'll- ' (lying ? ' ?dltb
I P. Mci ?? named
after his trios ('
?tVltmei ' ? * ? ' rinn ?
??;??-. ? . .'?..
steamship Miami i-'? ? ? ral i ? eki
? ? i
loot . i Nee Fort ? ?nan at
thi '?? ' '????h Hotel. No tons
clew foi ' :. xi i ?; obtained.
? mi Pi Iday, the day the Miami i i I
for Ni . ? irai of ih. ? of
ihr ho!
I n, a West
[r:cl::?r. ? ? _ i ?? Th? I | I " If was
ipendli i lone th in h?- bad
earned during the season and the tod
thai he had sailed for Nassau instead
-,' ' '. | ..?.-..-. plclon The Miami
bar ?>it
? il hi*; h
? i : ?. ? ? i De!
?jehad) to find the man *? snt
' ?i 8cb id had obta
i Charlee ?'. Wltmer, and, ac?
companled . Hollett, ti ? ?
In tii?- ti In. -i irlng a d
rain. They landed alongside th
Ml 'ii.:. '?' Itmi r and S< hade
*-! Ian I? ng H?
charge of the boat.
; le had no trouble In arresting
flying ai i Itlt : it?'
?
th? tots ? ' ?
ind making i les? than
an ?to
CRIPPLE HIT BY CAR
Legles:-; Man*?s Invalid Chair
Was Caught in Rails
? ; ??! |e Of I
Bheepshead F<a Road and x\
il a and
Injured la it nig it a hi n the
wheela II " caught In ;
the tracks of the Smith street troll?! i
?. : I hurled i n11
the Coi
Island Hospll
i.
the invalid
the atreet foi
tarti
' ? ? ? He I | ? ? * ?
hanks of si ere I
.
I to run 1
lid not st
' '
GIRL I?T^lTwAY
COLLARS MASHER
Marches Him Fi\e Blocks to Sta?
tion When He Persists in Tac
tics Man Found ?uilty.
Mit it lii r Gi laman, s atei -
pher, ' - - ? r ? -. i a i the aid hsil,
the ira uptown
ni it nighi draggad
If i train al 135th nd took
him to rii?' Li i at snue polies t?o
. dlatan? ? of 1 ?? bio? ko, wh* r ?
? fore l.i*?iitenat,: j
.- -,.. ? i Alfred >r
. u ,|, .i : u ding sganl for Immlgi ?? .
Mlaa Oroosman said she stood m r
liim in t ,?r * ? stlbole snd ih.it h? per-l
Bisted ."i trying to embrace h-r. Bho
Ignored I Im until she res bed the 135th ;
? station, xx hi a her petti n< ?? g_x ?
I
The girl offered to take Orlando on
down to the men's ? "un and complot?!
' Q< han, iioxx, rer,
?tried a patrolman lo aaslat her.
He ?i - titut n.?'d
: for si m ? i- ? to moi row,
. -,
? ''""'i m h he in sg< nl for
Immigrants
REBES BAITER
AT TORRE?N;
HUNDREDS DIE
i Backed by Guns at Tw enty
Points, 3,000 Men As?
sault Gomez Palacio.
RIVER AND CANALS
AID THF DEFENDERS
Federals Rush Reinforce?
ments, but Save Shots
tor Close Range.
LERDO QUICKLY TAKEN
I With His Troops Surrounding
! Huerta Stronghold. Villa De?
clares It Will Fall lo-day.
n " ?. t . te Th. Ti
i ' Paso, Tex.. March Tit ftrreiilgg
to private dispat'h?^?. tr<?m Mexico City
rocelvad b> PodoraJ sympathisait here
to-night, Oencrs Ortega's aras] ?xh>?
; r>?ini|?f.(l in Ms first attack up?'ii th?
! Pederal poeltton at Ooosss Palan to.
' and Villa, has nis!i*>d his anht" fur??*
to ' trtaga'a aaststance.
The dlspatchea saj the r*?b*?i loaaai
have bfpn much greater than thOM ?if
? th*> ^federals, the rebola hr?nit in th??
<->p??n while the Pedevais are wall pr*?
to, tod h\- hr*?a??tx\orl<?i
? i|
Juanes, Mexico, Man h 28.?A tola
_r i m to General Chao from Goncral
| villa to-night sys thai thi i
irtnj had forced Its a*sj Into '".??me/.
i.. poi it? streel lighting arss Is
progress at midnight, and ihr Woe*
r-rai- wore being f ? ? i ? ?-- ? i into Ton
xx 1th heat ??? lost
The rabota destroyed th? sratsr i p*
o_ the IV dt rsla l i Us
tiig tank ri" v bave taken at leas*.
1 300 prlaonei -
i? i --?at?* dtha! th-- ? lartel ia .
? - ,?nd the i. ? '?? ' abalpl i
El Verjel, M
1 3 ???Hi j. i,.-,i men, Get
ll
? ?
locked th? ' " ' '
! Hundr?-ds 'a ? been kllk ?I 01
sides. He hi
suburb, x- i'!' pra? tlcally no
? rice.
At th?' IBI It ii"
Villa, xxli'i p. 1 ?h
rebel arm?. ordi re ' an ad in ?
ng the lln dra I g I ?ttl? ',"
; on all aid?*s althln two to fo ;r mil?
? proper I for? ds
gup ting th?
I ? ! ????
I
? r*edei ' f?
ad ?
Into the IntK i s by ds
Pi . lo practteatl ? taken "
j That xxa ghita ' ?TtegS I
?x??!*- rushing th I deral
thrown vp around thi 11 in town
Furioj* Battle R_.if'i
? '
ree 1
the '
. ?
g fury and
?
inded
? .. ? .
., ? .
? ?. ? , Veil ", 1 ii' Ft
1er at Ton pi ri
Gomes i gan conci
trating the ri ? sti : part of I
und to-night ' > d
rectlng
rmy on l poli - not
the gat ex
rehala mus? enter t. ?
Bho . . ...
poloci? t is g derod h,
erlXl retreat
TViT?-?-^! proper with Ihe Ides gt
ng then I 1 final stand. Pi *
Torre?n Vllls says there s**
? ? . ' 1 -? apr- for H e Ffd'-r I
e? erg a ouata n atom 01 ?! ? r "??> at
1 lain *T"?inpr iruorded by r
.Mi last night the at at
Gooses Ps ? by thi rsbi
ertillery. Bc<oret ises, ?nm* *xf
big mar. I ;1] ."is. hi ?
eon soon to rut t when sti m I h
reb* 1 sheila, at,-: eved tho f\j
?-?rai loss? ? tl md In the outt r
fortifications ha' *? Viorr, groat.
Q MT_J Tomas |'i hi?a ?-??-'..pied th<?
lown of Larda this afternoon wlthooi
firing a shot Urhina, although hadlx
xxoundrd in th*- hattle at Maplmi, led
!a<? nru-n to !.<?rd'. expfr-tinir ?-tuhborn
eslStaaoo, but the F??deml garrison
withdraw to r,?-?m-?7. Polado on his ap
proai h.
It Water Defences Slight.
Prom Torre?n proper, on tt?*? electrt'*
? ' ar line ?rhleh connects the citv with
G Otaos r.iWi'i'i. three milea distant, and
! xx it h l.? id??, foir miles r?*y?xnd, General
, Velaaca. Um P?s4an? eommajidor, hur
I rlril remfor? ementK to the i?t*-?-nes Pa
Maolo isfsadsra, Water In the Naaaa
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