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Forcing of War with I
by Huerta Feared
HOPE OF CHECKING
Mexicans at Niagara Falls P
for News of the Rebel
n? 1.1 MtU <.ki?..*.?>i.i> un i.
turn Falls. Ont.. Ju?
here who know Huerta'* mind are
vinced thai every day's ?tlop br
war between the
nearer. The increasing ur
ta?nt> ?*?n the part of the Constitut
?lifts to avail themselves of the i
tation of the mediators to come !
and cor for with the Mexican del??g
sat ?j neatly is beginning to sac
the nicdiatior. colony at Niagara F
The Mexican? r?alit? perfectly
mi -tance to the Const
asoleas, at U-?
the ultimate outcome is concer:
They fully appreciate that Villa
-er or later be within striking
Mexico City, and they h
no faith in the ability of Huer
st the onslaught. T
man? that it will be two mor
before Villa can reach the Mexi
capital, but they are not sure t
Huerta will so long delay puni!
measures against the Unit?
t?e taken, as 1 have said bef?
,'p.tion of success agai
American arms, but with the deter
* on that Villa and Carrants si
not gain the priie they seek, ram?
control of the Mexican capital I
There was an informal meeting
he two mediators h
and the Mexicnn delegates. The Mr
cans informed the tl .it wi?
ther did not wish to be in any sei
unreasonable, yet they felt sure th
gover-meiu would not appro?.e th
e ?nde'.nitely for 1
They asked the n
distors to try to learn if and when l
? i i ?
cu?*-ion of t
pla? rig bi'twcen the Mexica
?nd tutionalists. The Me
that they would be lo?
>m here for the raeetlni
? no go
purpose to be served bv a tin
The American delegates learn not
officially from Washington. Th
?fToetly depressed at the thoug
that failure to obtain an agreeme
r?ay mean war, but they fully reali
that such i> the probability, and the
. ?ery reason to believe that th'
have so informed the President.
There are some here who confident
believe that F Wilson, rath
than permit the situation to reach
- from which intervention
capable, will demand of the Constit
that they come here
?? to the demand of the Mex
for a neutral provision
pending on the electic
on effect comp.
? ??ntrol of Mexico, bi
ntain the "new ?rill m
uoted. nor have they, according 1
own admissions, any ground f?
cept confidence in tl
red of war and in Se?
retary Bryan's steadiustness to tr
doctrine oi peaes.
e optimists here are bi
ginning to lose faith, although som
? leclare that the idea of fai
ure of the mediation and a conscquei*
war is too horrible to contemplate, an
that, therefore, there will be peac
however it may be brought abou
They are compelled to admit that sine
the fall of Zacatecas the Constiti
tionalists ?ire les inclined than eve
?ake concessiont, or even to trea
with the Mexican delegates. The
learn that \ asconcelos, although know
ing that the Mexican delegates ar
waiting for them and have been s
doing for several days, has said ther
is no occasion for expedition and tha
it may be several weeks before th
Constitutionalist representatives read
Niagara Falls. .But they insist tha
they have a "hunch" that there will b
peace, a feeling which seems to affcr?
them much comfort, although it i
hardly convincing to those who hav>
The great majority of the memberi
of the, mediation colony are growinj
daily more pessimistio. They be.ievi
war is becoming daily more imminen
and that intervention, even when th?
? ncan troops landed at Vera Cruz
". was not nearly so close at hand as it
ASKS $17.075 FOR MINES
War Department Wants Then
for Channels of Seaports.
* ?asTg-rton, l-BTM 21. The War De?
partment a.?kc.; to-duy for
$17,075 for the purchase of submarine
mines and necessary appliances to op?
erate them f..- closing the channels
leading t? the country's princ::
ami for continuing torpedo ex
The acting chief of ordnance ex?
plained in a memorandum that the
?ite was tt* "reimburse the appro?
priation for the current fiscal J
submarine mine material for conti?
nental United States, lor
material transferred in? an emergency
Ph lippine Islands." There was
no furthei explanation.
Off with Rebel War Cargo.
Galveston, June 21. The schooner
Grampus sailed to-day with approxi?
mately a million rounds of small arms
ammunition for the Constitutionalists
at Tampico. The vessel cleared for
Havana And her man<feat show
the a?> ?muhipnt.-n'
mpteo Ibis i? ths second ship?
ment this ? ths Coaitltutivn?
MOVE ON SAN LUIS POTOS!
Start from Tampico.
, ? ? ?i. i,?
.'une 87), Thii ?
wilh upward et 1 ,?>0O men. ammunition
;he udviinee o
.?to^i to-day. after tioncral
?ixa returned from s recoil
d favorable travel
Itg against Sun Lui ? Po
(?real preparations sl*S being mnd>?
here to receive Central Vemistiaii?
Ciirrania. who will cune from Mon
Kiev soon for several days' vi
FIGHT VILLA ALL THE WAY
Huerta's Troops Are Not to
Fall Back on Queretaro.
-.. The Tril-vlii-.l
Mexico City. June 27. The War
Minister. General Rlanquct, denies to?
night a report of concentration of
la the City of ?jueretaro for a
stand against the southward advance
of Villa's forces, as the government
has a considerable number of troops
at Aguas Calientes and San I.uis
A train with lit wounded soldiers
from Zacatecas arrived here at noon
to-day. The number included SSTsral
officers. They have all been distributed
anu.ng the Red Cross and other hos?
General Joaqu?n Maas, who was in
command at San l.uis Potosi and is
now in this city, will not return to
San Luis Potosi. The explanation
given is that he is in poor health.
Xochimilco has not been attacked by '.
rebels, as has been reported. The j
fighting occurred about ten miles be?
yond Xochimilco and twenty-four
miles from the capital. The rebels
were commanded by Jos? Inocencio ;
Ksteva Ruir. the Minister of For- ;
eign Relations, says that the peace ,
protocols may go to the Senate Tues- i
Mother Says Mrs. Stewart Used
II Constantly?Autopsy Shows
Suffocation by Food.
Telecraph to TTae Trlb
Baltimore. June 27. The death of
Mrs. David Stewart in Paris on Thurs?
day night was due to an overdone of a .
drug which she was in the habit of tak?
ing to relieve pain, if- the convict
Mrs. Stewart's mother. Mrs. Sarah II.
Boblitz. The latter said t..-day:
"My daughter took drugs constantly
and in large quantities. She was oper- <
ated on several times. A wound
never healed and she suffered excruciat?
ing pain. This led to her taking drugs.
The quantity eras increased as the ef?
fect diminished from habit. My
daughter's death was undoubtedly due
to one of these overdoses.
ist she took the drugs in in
mal doses, but the quant
came alaiming to us who saw her take
them. Just before she sailed the doc- !
tor warned her in my presence that ,
such quantities and her carelessness '
would sooner of later result disastrous?
ly. She was about to sail for home
and I do not doubt that she took a
large dose of some drug hoping that it
would tit her for the voyage, and her
death was the result."
At a time like this I think I ought to
say that I cannot bear the si i
shadow of blame to rest on Mr.
, it. Xo better man ever lived. I
have recent letters from my daughter
speaking of her failing health und Mr.
Stewart's unfailing kindness and de?
votion. I know of my personal knowl?
edge that her happiness was always
his first thought."
Paris, June 27.?The autopsy per?
formed to-day on the body of Mrs.
David Stewart showed that she had
died from suffocation during sleep,
l caused by an inrush of food into the
HITS TRUSTEES OF
BIG TIMS' ESTATE
Counsel for Erlanger Declares
That Suit Against Him Is
Only to Force Delay.
Charging that the suit brought by
Patrick 11. Sullivan and Lawrence Mul?
ligan, the executors of the estate of
- ? Tim" Sullivan, against A. L. Fr
langer was merely an attempt to secure
er delay in the settlement of a
i claim for $7.1,000, which Erlanger has
against the estate, .Mortimer Pishel,
the hater's counsel, said yesterday:
"The facts are simply these: Mr. Er?
langer loaned the late Timothy I"?. Sul?
livan $7f>,000, receiving as collateral a
' second mortgage and a certificate of
indebtedness on the Mount Carmel
Cemetery. For several years, nal
the interest on the mortgage was paid.
It is three years overdue, the mort
' gage itself. Because of the failure of
' the executors to pay this debt Mr. Er
foreed to beirin ? foreclo?
"Mulligan has evaded service of the
papers in this for months, and even
his counsel, Mr. Ellison, has refused to
appear in the action and accept service.
thatanding this, the Supreme
application of Mr. Erlanger,
appointed a receiver for the rents of
lewey snd .Savoy theatres. The
* suit of ths executors was
I brought merely as an attempt to secure
'?This is in line with the executors'
procedure in regard to other claims,
for only recently Surrogate Cchalan
threatened to .??end them to jail because
I of their refusal to file an inventory of
the Senator'* estate."
Security While You Are Away
for TOW Silverware and Valued Keepsakes may be
had V, depositing them with us. Safety guaranteed
?n?!?) your door. The cost is slight, the security is
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE STORAGE
? as it is possible to obtain, and at a moderate
Send for estimate. Careful Packers. Superior Van
Service. Warehouses Fireproof.
SAFES FOR VALUABLE PAPERS
in Burglar Proof Vaults.
Lincoln Safe Deposit Co.
' Street, opp. Grand Central Terminal
Telephone Murray Hill 5888.
W HOT WEATHE1 EU VO?KERS
NO FOOD IN ZACATECAS
Villa Hurls Twenty Troop
Trains at Aguascalientcs.
Torre?n, Mexico. June 21. O
confirmation of the departure 8
eral Pancho Villa and his army fn m
Zacatecas for Aguasealieir I
ceived here to day. Villa troop ;
twenty in number, to-night are with* ?
striking distance of the city, which has
become for a time the Federal strong
\?. food supplies hnvc tOUtuti
tecas, and the Pilfering of the
?S ?nowing unbearable. Burjing tl?'
slain of the four days' batil
proved a tcrrif'c task, and no attempt
t.? repair dan
buildings or streets. The city
BOS! ni vi:::'. and ths peuple appeal
From Agusscalientes Villa pli
move rapidly toward Mev.? ?
the rebel 1?
rapidly drawing to a elose. 1'
expected that the Federals will at?
tempt to make a stand except at tj
taro, almost within the Federal di
CARRANZA IN OPEN
ATTACX ON VILLA
( ..iitiiiiip.l from naar 1
immediate discharge of A' '
the position he held.
-"Attempt! have been made to
up the break and to induce Villa to re?
cede from his attitude. Nothing had
hem obtained when Villa realized that
the most of the revolutionary
have assured their loyalty *,?. ? SI
and when Villa was convinced tl
real purpose of Angeles was to u
as a tool for his ambition to b
provisional President of Mexir
geles's purpose became vain."
When Villa discovered that "mo?t of
( the revolutionary leaders
support to Carranza ami that h
niply u-ing him he "decidedly
." to postpone the discussion t-f
??vanees until the revolution liad
| triumphed. ''Carranza also considered,"
the statement, "that the cam?
paign aginst Huerta must be tl.?
purpose and that It would be ilu?
to spend time in an ittcnpt to subdue
Then follow- charges that certain
foreign elements have lu en at work to
impress upon the American people ihat
, Villa is the rea! leader of the revolu?
tion and not Carranza.
"The principal foreign clement doing
? this work in favor of Villa tX\
intimate friends of Lazu.o de la Gar?
za, the financial agent of Villa. One
of them Is a German Jew. a fellow of
many doubtful connections in the
United States, and he claims to have
in Washington people to help him in
"The other one il an American who
-ised during severa] months as a
confidential agent of the State Depart
rnetn for the revolution, but whi
matter of fact lias only been a politi?
cal attach? and advis? . in in?
ternational matters. Th*? attitude of
this man, who is an intimate friend
of de la Garza und of the German fel?
low, has led Villa and Angele.; to 1>>
, lieve that they could conn*, upon the
sympathy and the . apport of the
Washington government, which to s
I great extent contributed to em
ir.g the insubordination that ?
in the interior."
The German mentioned is undoubt?
edly Felix Sommerfeldt, who ws
dero's chief of secret police and whe
? is famed for his share In revolution ?
and for his ability to furnish an
! ammunition. The confidential agent
of the State DepSrtmeni Is recognized
as Consular Agent George - ?
srs, who hi s been with \Y
ly, sendini rsports to the
- tment on Vills's acti\?tie i.
Carothers and Villa are known to be
? close friends.
"All the military leaders who
ported the revolution" give their sup?
port to Carranza. The character of
leader cannot be taken from Carranza,
the statem. unie;.-- by
ment of the majority of th?- military
leaders. Villa la granted by '
Breeeds ths support oi Genera
avides, Urbina, Rodriguez, .
i ceros, Pereyra, Serr?n and Almsnxs.
? and he is credited with a total of only
12,000 men. But the forces which have
declared allegiance to Carian
much greater. On the Pacific Slo
allegiance of General Obregon is
cluimed, and the names of eight
who follow him are mentioned,
and it Is stated:
"These leaders are all of them on a
much higher stand morally und in mili?
tary talent than any of tin- Vill-i 'gen?
erals,' and it is their total
force is VL'.fMin men." Inder General
Pablo Gonzales, the captor of Tampico,
there are thirt? Is of note,
with more thun ?0,000 men. In the
eentrt of Mexico there is Genera!
Natera, with "General Arruta's broth?
ers," Triana Carrillo and others, hav?
ing a force of 10,0)0 men. In the cen
. tral and southern parts of Mexico there
are half a dozen other generals who
support Carranza, but whose troops ar?
not estimated, in order "to prevent ex?
aggeration and keep within consera
Much of the statement is contrary to
the State Department's understanding
of the situation. In th tea, the
State Department understands that
Villa has a greater military following
than Carranza. It is known here that
Obregon, on the west, und Gonzales,
on the east, have been lining up against
Villa, but it has been believed heee
that Villa has more troops than both
of these generals together, while
tain Rrecedn gives Villa less than one- j
fourth as many as both.
MYSTERY IN TALE
OF AUTO ATTAC
Man Accused Flees fro
Sheriff and Empty Car
Goes Over Bank.
don of the police of I?.< ar
X. J? and
aro nul ths I ;* <'.?my Mead?:
early yesterday miming to |
, cap? is. of 818 W
. whom Mrs. Amy Tridol l
earlier sccosed of sttempti
her. Thsy spent the day in S ?ig
. place on th? Kc.ir.iy ttirnpi
While she ling with her i
sailant, after ah? had leaped out of t
ear in whi?:i they both were travelli
..une flying along v
; iff Jame? J. Doyle of W i ?
undetrsheriffi snd d<
Her sssailsnt jumped int.
full pur--.ill. The el
nt of the Lackt
1 he i?? re i * know wl
her ; G01 West
13Ss.li Is not known st eit'.i
Sh? said that three weeks a?^o Atki:
: she told her husband, who si
the X.?*..- I
?lam ?ght out A
j by them; that they both knew he hi
threatened to wreck the car; that h?
husband had ii.
i him sl
and ?? d ;.'?> with Atkins on rr
Atkins, having sold hia interest
car. shouli . sllowed
: ?! is pretty a I
TO HOLD EXTRA HEARINC
Factory Commission Will Mee
in Five Cities.
I tend.: ? day; in this city It;
week, will bold an extra hearing in th
' Hall to-ni' laks up ti:
ihor on rail
The eommiasion will have hi
id 7, i
July 8, if* i -
, Jii!> *.?, in Syracuse
Friday, Jul> l", in Utica, ana Sutur
day, July 11, in Albany.
Ths i" be co
hearings will be the 01
recodification of the lahm law, th
1 duplication of inspections by e
rtm-nis and the remed:
. tile establishments.
g.rlTeaps to death
Unidentified Young Womai
Dives from 5-Story Building,
An unidentified gifl? apparentlj
ing by dii ?.f tin
blue cms and a '
She wore a b!u?
ry Miller, jam!? - llldil .;
said he 1 ad noticed ? on tin
morning and remarked
that she**looked melancholy.
SENATORS DEBATE TRADE
Argument Over Unfair Compe?
tition Clause Waxes Warm.
Washington, June v ?onstito
tration trade con- | ?H prohibit?
ing "unfair competition" fi
s long uns which he
in i c unmission
.' such powers as are confined by the
?lecision.s involved ths
Commit On. Senator Robinson :,!
? ompetition" was loffil
, ensbls the proposed com.-,
to ii? rul?s and regulations for the
reement of ths law.
senator Borah, of Idaho, continued
Vic!, on the "unfair competition"
? . and said if the activities of the
proposed commission were contii:?-?! to
aiding In the administration of the
Sherman antitrust law and inv?
ing basiness practices he would be in?
clined to vote for the measure.
Dewey Coming to Beach.
iiington, June L'7. Admiral
to leave Washington
ta-ni'irrow . tlo*.-.? for Man?
hattan Boacl rk. The admiral
I haa been suffering from the effects of I
| the protracted heat and believes that
a short sea trip will be beneficial.
GET TRIAL SEPARATION
Pair to Live Apart Two Yeai
?Alimony for Wife.
Justice Kelly, It* ths Suprem?' Cav?
. .i a ?spar
i mu for two years to Mrs, Bal
llii'iii'.e. from her hurhand. Jol
m she charred nil
cruelty The court granted |8 week
?lad wit "in tWO >ea?
may apply for an extensii
of tha ?hue?' should an agreement b
. ll'.-iiick. i- a Sunday scho
teach? i and ? srtod thsl I? Oetobc
i'.'ll. oving to the cruelty of her lui
I bsnd, sli? wa compelled to go to Lsk
'. ...I. t?*, J., where she was followed 1
Later, she ?aid. her hu
d broks up ?hen Brooklyn hon?
i harged neglad on tl
.1 allegad she le
?Vin witiiout eut
ONLY CARFARE HIS
FROM $200 A WEEI
Broker Accused of Ueatin
Daughter Says Family Gets
All His Salary.
Henry ?V Gibbs, a Brooklyn gl
? r, charged with beating his ?Ian 0
ter l 8 inday, whan shs ain"
him for money to atfci.il church, Wl
held in |500 bail for Special 3?
laughter and ? I
.- il had bitten him.
stau; r mother and a
i had knocked ! .
She admitted thai she had bit
ten him and had thrown s glass at h.n
Gibb -,1* hl
of hin familv. fairs sal o
. ? .i weak, he sali
The broker denied that he provoked
ral snd ?aid - so only de
him after his i ?al to giv
"In spite of lo 00 Isst year,
? had '<? put my famil;
Sd any TOt
j home life."
SILLIiVTAN BACK TO MEXICC
Huerta's Permission Obtainec
as Formality to His Return.
Jans 21. The ??!
I to-day ga-e permission o
?John H. Silli*nsa, vice-consul at Sal
tillo, to return to hi? poet. This ..a?
in response to a request n?a?le by tin
mn .Minister at the insts
the State Department at Washington.
? hen Mr. Sil
liman left M ex ici ?lian Minis
ter promised that he would nol
ion of the Mexic-m i/ov
ernmi nt Saltillo no?.^ being in rebel
but has been obtain,
a formality in fultilment of the Bra?
zilian Ministers promis.-. It ?a axpecl
at Mr. Silfimaa will pioccud tc
Mo by way of Laredo and Min?
Staid Museum Gives Home tc
Riot of Floral Color.
The collection ??f Indian relics and
itural Rial to the
? d .y. The Amei lean
ond?r the snspices of the
odety of New York.
pui Nrhil bio RS, and
on coli ?unge. There
were Isvender sad
'.?1 purples, too.
For ths ! tun eavf?
well as of the winter-flowering sort,
ing the exhibitor? who sent flow
om their estates wer? Mrs. Pin
? ii-i. Irvia ?
lin, Nsw Roehsllo; Adolph Lewisohn,
. illiam It." Leeds, New
r, Mount Kisco; Giraud
and John \\. i'epper, Phila
Mor..? than a hundred prizes, th.
of which .vill be anr.iuneed
?i-ded. The prizes con
lilver cups, medals and awards
? hibit ia not confined
to the big '-pi, , :,er cla.-s."
Many of the flowers came from ama?
teur? and small growers. The pro 1
of Walter I?. Blossom an?l Willo
i?h much favor from
the Jadfoa. It was nnemrettoi that
?l<- I'lossoms will receive several of
exhibit is open to-day and is
in- to the public.
BODIES FESTOON TREES
Rebel Colonel Ex?cut?e Fifty
to Decorate Captured Plaza.
N'aco, Ariz., June 27. The recent
rs of the village of Santiago de
Esqulntlss, in the torrit??ry of Tepic,
by a regiment of Constitutionalist
, troops resulted in the hanging of fifty
Federal soldier? and .sympathizers, ac?
cording to reports which reached Naco |
to-day. The executions were said to
hare been a whim of the colonel in
command, who is quoted as saying the
trees in the plaza "looked too bare." I
GAS LEAK CAUSES
BLAST; 3 B?RNE
Woman Scorched Res
in>r 2 Men?Employe
.- m1 ,hi apartment was eomnlot?
wrecked ? (
nees of sn smploys ..f thi
' i ..??,-. my in mem!?? ?
I l?th si.
Th? m the aj
copied by Mr. snd Mr?
?In. D?lrini.' th? ?fternoon BI
look! tSI ?.ver he M
Cord ? - : "Well, I w
mil that will do uni
Monday, when I will cou: !
attend ta ths r ist It don't ; mount
So h? .i lei
? 7 last night, after I
Gudd -I. thev wen? t?
?.. t'i. j. ? and itsck
found the two men stretched out <>?i tl
red with II
ol thi u out s wli
(low. eia'-ki-d t|i,
i i. ?>m--, and ?
Mr i. Ca -i filii
with water and poured the content
her hnsband snd her brother.
put the flamas OUt snd revived I
Quddin ?Jumped up snd dl h
running uni ?I h?
Ion Heighl ;t wi
found lliat he OUSly burnt
about ths fsc?. handi and body.
,in\? hile th laion can ?-?I
ined that the Black Hand w? ..t worl
rnd i .
srrirsd snd s eall was turned i
i .-imbu?an. un? from th
lington Heights Hospital snd I)
Sch?ler treated i<.,: Mr. and Mr
.. The latter'a clothing was ignite
while she aided her husband an
hrothef SI) I
TAMMANY IN LABOR SPLI"
Socialists Would Unseat Dele
gate Who Is in Politics.
A . i
m the ; ?
- Union sgainst ***
Prince, furnier Deput , *
; Lic-en ?
Union, No. 261. naker?
e being active in Tar
ble, though du!
I ed. Pi en hol
up pending ? Pi
ol Labor, who hat been ?
1 tend h m. sting of the C. F. U. to pas
si ths i
*? . ? :
Gompers by ths C. P. U. indi
fron G. v.. Perkiti
ot the Cigarmakers' In
Union, protesting againsl the
rticle in th?
ing that no ? A. F
? the eied
duly ? without
*ned by 11
FEAR HOLDS BUTTE
Merchants Put Armed Cuard?
in Stores, Expecting Outbreak.
te, Mont., June 21. Merchants of
placed ?.lined men in I
tional tights in the local union
ition of Mm.-?
situai ? but ths city
The new Independent Union of
Minsi - *o the
ad of th?>
nine thousand metal mine,
if the new organisa?
tion, kilo . ?
nion, will be held to
faction loyal to
'ion announced thsl I ready
by Monday '
i;-.:ng the P.utte local.
TO AID TRANSFER STRIKE
Teamsters and Builders May
Quit if It Isn't Settled.
r a meeting with the
cers of the nnioi
retarj of the Building Material
Drivers' Union, sai?! yesterday *
the demands of the men, who
on itrike sgainst I
Tran-fer Company snd two sssociate
(inns for three mon
tied before 9 a. <?. to-morrow, a sym?
pathetic general strike of the
stars ; -ml of the ui'ions in tl
will be ealled.
\\ lodi sid * * all preparations
have bean made for the sympathetic
HOWE DIVORCE STOPPI
Reno' Court Refuses Trial
New York Couple.
III id? TVi
d m N'ew York City on May
con nect?'?l w.th ' i ? tato Co
?stats epetntet I
tpo?t titW ta Whart?
cam? her? snd fll?
of a ?SI
i with s di ?
for his wif?
th.- ease bs I rind sp
? ?!*. II
,. would CO
trict Attorn?:,* aith tl
. riminal pr
NOT ONE DOT LOST IN
W.U. DASH TO NEW SHO
Change to Fine Quarters i
Walker St. Without a
Hitch in Service.
1 h ? ?
ths new buildin
.\? I o'clock * undr?
i mployea of th?- con:: -he ol
building. Two hours later, snd witl
? hitch, thej
in the new. So perfect
1 h<- 2,500 incoming lin? i con?
received by thirty four switchboard
snd fifteenth * *;
In the operating room eleven type
e key 1
Iding will remov
Lo It Dej - . on J il I.
LOW COST PLAN FAILS
The Housewives' Co-operativi
Store Likely to Close.
? rted b*
F lus?-. ' jce the co.
! in ;
* l ' Co-0 lerativ?
will pro! - v.nue bus:
to m? i
dent ? , - ing o!
f th? ("mau?
BUBONIC ?? NEW ORLEANS
A Swede, Living in a 0
Lodging House, the Patient.
. i ?ion to
be the plague.
The ,1 and
?I to-night of th
Fined $100 for Speeding.
Red Bank, .**?'. J., .[ . barged
w'th ? automobile
McClure, . New York broker, with a
re at the time nra i !.. I..
a Xew York broker, with a. summer
home a near here. Th?
TURKS NOW SEEK
TO BUY U. S.
Overtures Following Sal?
to Greece Embar,
FEAR WAR WOULD
BE MADE CERTAIN
Naval Experts, with Jar
Mind, Not Disposed to Part
with More \ftSP9it,
. cert?in American
'ion !? ^
matter. One of the p*
inc it impossible for Turk
then, however, the <<
died out the navs Th*?
action, followinsr a ho
aitainst Turkey on the port
?.ion is not. o
Balance of Naval Power.
If Turkey now ac?iurres v.
Turks, and war will be cert
ior here, h
to her eno\!f<h more to ma
ble for h?
sell to Tui
: h?*'n make VS-hotm
formal prot?' it with
->n i il;.-ual Sttaatlon.
it with ;
DYING. SHE ACCUSES MAN
Young Woman Gives His
Name to Montclair Officials.
l'i a statement '
he died in
pital, in Montclair, \. J.. a *
an, who si
Hillsboro, X. Y., ?asserted that s#?
v.-ouid not divul;.
N. Y. II. :
..! in Montclair
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