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Vol. LXXV-No. _L.?.?S.
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MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1015.
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REPLY TO WALSH
Denies He Directed War
on Colorado Miners or
Dictated to Animons.
Assort?. Peace Reigns Now and
Hints That Chairman Is Only
? " Rockefeller, jr.. I? '
I?:!* x ^??T ' < I ter day to th?
cf Ttm\ '?. P. Walsh, chairman of the
\ -??? ? ?? - i Industl :!
pn ro?al part
*? assert? ? ? Mr,
hand?, and li some respec's "eren fal?
. * i - ,1 it?p',f."
Rockefeller der.ic* ?pacifically
?*?' ha ever ?oujjht to d?ctale *o Gov
? - - Amrron? ax to content?? of letter?
?Id ?end * Pr? - ilent and to
??or? of other states, and ?? to
Hit that he wa
' papers 1 char***
? Rod ?feller's s'?itpw?"
- -paper? of
? appeared n Stal
'-' . I '-.. chairman
-. on Indus*
nation contained in
retard * th?
? "iir con
? *ot< ? ?
rxve placed all ma
? a* ?he dispos
? : ? sola
? ?? truth he
' ? '<-':
? er in?
? ?re beeom?
Brand? < liar?*?
i ersonal influence 'i. ed even
. d pre?
K. .1. P
? ] ! ",'ii
? ? '-?I V.r.
? -H ?A it
i would re
? i ' ? rough Gen?
''To get the matter Into shape for
??ration Major Boughtor,
. ? -, con.
t of tha kind
? ? A a
' ? ? ? . andum w* itten by ma
?nd referred to
, Il .'1 -OU".
? ? in an
? ?ho press, (?ir ? J, A
f this i '.
?'?i i was
: lete and only >i accom
n I learned of Mr
hich M r. Lea :
? ? ? nor.. M r I., ?
I lent them t<>
? Pouffhton, bul thej w n never
? r.e, lei
, Governor. From Gov
? the ?"??' o
?mi Paper Plan.
Mr, Rockef? plan
? ? .
? ? ' Walah'a
?i M r
'? ha?! received from a man I had
heard of, ; l had for
'? ard?'d to Mr. >egan
"in a perf' i
?uakinc h ch the
mtjtc p.,,,,) g,,,, i ,r all I m* than
Utaia.-aa ou ...._? D4 ?.?.iuuuu ?
Summer Jostles Spring;
Sets New Heat Record
With -Thermometer at 88 Sun Fell?! Three?City Throngl
Mee to Parks and Beaches?Five Thousand
Bathers Test Coney's 1 idrs.
Another record ?sen* hv tt,* h-mr
>esUrt*lay, svhen the .Tnlted State
Weather Rure-iii d'?r.-vcsre.| ?hat th
mercury had prsnre-l ? ????>? ip tn KR At
l*'eo?. h-j-hor ?ha? .-.--.? -Vrril 26 hn
???en it ?ince the rstat"ii?ih"ien1 of 'h
weather ?ervice \- evidence
? os\ er ,.?? the BUS UttM beat I
:t-' ,\ ? ? lea?
three heat prostrat'.'?- ? bed been re
rt-sd up to a late hoir la.?t niehl
while from Pa*saie can-? ? report '
beat-craze?! ?.?.?scnfcr who lumps
'rom an Knr train.
? hont ?lr?-r. . town lik
et, end * . ama sudden
' ' 8 a tan? ..mble
forth fn m tl ns. for a br i
r " In:
a I.Mi k or two I .' ' ? en eoverei
hndy side ??f he ?t'ee Tney had ?I ?
covered that ?t vr? ho?
??s a i the i ark? and besehe
were iKtonped. .An m en ling prore?
??Ion wound 'ip an?) 'own Rirersidi
Drive well Into the late hour? of th.
evening. Benches bettvee. the Drlv?
e.nd the river were at n rretnium am
hundred? sprawled upon the new
T'-'i'teil crasis with newspapers sprea?
F. ~W. SEWARD, WAR
Son and Assistant of Noted
Secretary of State
W, Sewsrd, ?or, of Willisn
H Setrard, President Lincoln's Secre
Stste, d.e! ycstserday. in thf
year of his age, st Ml
. Montrose-on-thc Hudson.
Mr. Seward was closely associated
with some of the . ra ?t events in the
It was he who was
rent on ?.Hal memorable mission from
Washii gtoi to Philadelphie In 1861
to warn I'rr.= ;?ient Lincoln :hat his life
wa.? in ?lander if he nched
Igh Ball more.
'Our years later lie figured in sn
nc .i' ? ? " fl er I he as?
.' : .. oi.M Ho ivu ai his
fsther's home ?hen Pay*se, one ol
Booth's (accomplices, pre;, nd tig to
s mi -?-.-? ith medicine f r Secre?
tary Seward, suddenly drew a revolver
im into unconscio
lashed ii room and
In the '
coir. Johnson and Hayes, Mr, S
sers-? . \ . ? ii r Secretary o I
i-,- his fatl ? : ess 1
Its "it n.any mi
?Ii- took pari
the ' i? et me? th? fternoon
f April I en ? policy of i ?
, ???.s outlined. That night
Lint" -,'.?.;. He was present
? ? tr? ..".'. by which the I'nited
tired Ala??.." was signed.
' , ? ?. 1880, and i ?
. ? -re, Scheneetady,
svhich he . ????d n 1849,
He studi? 'I Isv sdm I ted to
H '.?,?- nvited to
??'I ne Albany I a
.lour; a ' Weed snd be?
came ? litor und Inter one of
roprii that pu
eting ' or eral
can pun y durine hi
He wh? R foui
? ' .. .->- of th. llar ser?
. -.. took pari in dipl?
H ? ras a member of the
lecided upon the
which receiveii General Grant
he came t?> repoi ? the ? ietors a1
\ppomal? os ar.'l wh i . ed upon
? ?? pol ? of reconst rud ion.
Ilr ? ?admiral Pos I
on to the I'o'ii
Republic, 'he final outcome of
treaty concerning Santo Do
? ? ?? red from hi s o.'Vum m
ii elected to the '?? <
? . ilature, where he pro
and advocsted constitu?
I menta in regard to cana -
i, and had charge of the bill for
the Ninth Avenue Elevated Rsilros
In 1877 he was resppointed lai
? cietsry of State by Pit
. reforms in * ??
pari in the ne
for a Sansoan harbor for the
itea and in developing Orien
!;.l consular relations.
? if lit'? sear.?- he was engaged in lit
work, being the author of "The
and ?..tiers <.f William H. Sew?
ard." "A lourna! of n \\'e?t Indirn
m of lectures snd msgszine
. ? ;i is ,ie. .A ni .'? W '
?m. and a brother, General William
II. Seward, of Auburn. V V., nt whose
? "ce service? will be he'd pi <.r
0 ' .'al in the family lot at Fort Hill
FINDS EDEN'S SITE
BY PETRIFIED STUMP
v ? "?">. Tha
. den ssa- locate.! in l!riti?li
(luiana, near the Brazilian border, seems
? ?' be boi mm out by th<
mp of whsl is claimed by
have been the tree of life.
'' William C. Fsrsbee, leadei of
Museum's Amanon e\
'???111 ?on, : here ? legend con
I with it. a ?'iMhiiii; resemblance j
ol the creation lold in the
l?r. Fsrsbee ha nt th? mu
?eu-n his r'?-!d notea giving sn secount
of the beaii the world us told j
?und in the?
thsl divide Brasil from the '
|b< ?? ? -red 1o had never seen
te man snd there was t"
-.. ople. No
? ?< ?.
cut uil ?riraii Uie test o? :?e world. s
over their faces i mea agai
Centra! Pur?, apparently ?'a?? I
Maeca . ,dy ??-ho lived wit I
is of 11 mile or two Men, won
and children, | ? ?i'lldr
? ?? fro.,? pti
forei.n until ?'? I holder?
the boal rei tin** pone?
lake beamed and roller^ed wealth,
I ' men puffed slowlj alo'in t
? he celebrated pi
squirrel ; too listless to jo?
? i" m< icquire ;
And the gil II they nII nol I"- f<
?, ? .pe! co?
through (Kin?'. sleeves. (?refu
curled locks tla'lnl pa ? d?
damp cheeks, from wrh ch ever) veati
?:. hat. Il i owner, a pori
gentleman ?? I red defiantly
the cm I smiling e
"d rose 'o the occasion
ever. Several hund ed thouMnd via
or? spread themselves ,,ver th? l" a
or in ?nienaded about the hoard walk
Peanut stand whistles ?hrilled ?art
tin Ir usual Impudence, and the festi
"hot dog" wai d? nmazii
The fur .p?m ' "Snowbird?" cave wi
( i?ntini?i*il on ;ih?, 14, loliimn t
Suicide Theory Discarde
for Belief Fugitive
From N*? ??. Conneeticv
Pennaylvan a and many point? in th
state tal have come in'
1 ? gi\ ing unprodc
tire "c;<" ' to the whereabout* <
Joseph Hai ?i n waiter an
reservi.?* ?? ied of murdorin
Mr?. Julia Heil er I latbua
home !a*u Friday. Despite
"clews" and the - of circular
pictui ng -pre?.
on n on ;
growing in the Police Department tha
Hanel has made uood h i ? -c;.'
\,. t 11"-.- - insolved crin
i. ighl ents of po
I!;:!;?- - licid
sound? . g the resp ?nsibil
? ? .ailui <? In
St th? ?;?.
? ? wouli
i live '.
\!, ? f dowi
? K .in'- I i .
and ? Island
? ? en to II?
CANE WAS LIFELINE
FOR CIRL BOATERS
V ',\. Huntington Saves Party
fn;m Wreck Against Break
water on His Estate.
\ ?>. . ? ? of young ?rls.pl?
Sound, were dragged f??'in darner
through .'i bre ? ? d over the
? ? . noon,
Mr. Hunt behind the
l.iirh wall whicl
1, h rd fi ' am < 'limbing up, hi - ? ?
of whom wa Lai dman, ? .
, I 138th
had given up ai I to manage
Stretching down a loi.g, heavy walk?
n?_r si ick he carr ?? . .'?',., Hunl
and qu ragged the |
.. them m ?m ?
rovided them with
?thes and took them I i
RUMS AWAY ON SPEEDWAY
P;uor Bolls When Shafts Fall
Crowds in Peril.
S;r Thomas, a valuable pacer owned
by Albert ?'pp. of 1362 Clinton Avenue,
a,iv on the Speedway yesterday
aftei noon I aralks *a er ?i
crowded *? ?. - i there were many narrow
Mounted Patrolman McKeon stopped
the runaway after a chaae of more
than a mil?. Mr. Orip was dtiv
Thomai to a light racing lulk) i i
<,f th?- bolt holding th? h ifl
m el -i ed <>!: "in aide, ilrik?
Be for? Irol him
Sir 'I homas had tr ? teeth ?nd
? . galloping d i Mr,
pped to ? ' ?? i ? ind from the
. . MC#I VMta UUDUlU
WIDOW A BWDE
Suddenly Marries Jean I
Saint Cyr at White
HIS FIRST WIFF
DIED IN JAMJAR
I riends Surprised and CaOup
Quit West Virginia Resort
Ml lame? Henry Sm.th. widow
"Silent" Smith, wa? secretly marri
yesterday afternoon at White Sulph
Spring?. Va. Jean H F. Suint Cyr.
thia eltv. was the bridegroom. M
Saint Cyr1 ill ? wife died at Ynnke
??n New Year's Day snd left him mo
Mr?. Smith sva? first married tn 1?.
She ha? a daughter, the former Ani
Stewart, wife of Prince Miguel .
Hrnganis, of Austria, and pretender
?he throne of Porrugal, wno ? ?aid
b?s older than yesterdav'? brldegroor
She I? nlso the mother of a grown ?so
Mr. Saint Crr la about twenty-*?.gl
ears old. Three years ?g.? he ma
ried Mrs. May Redfield, a wc-slih
ss-??loss-, of .'."s Hudson Herrare, Noil
Yonkers, who sva? at the time of hi
msrrisge about sixty year? old. Whe
she died she lef? him her fortune, an
he hs? ?ince lisrt-d in the stately mar
?on, a close neighbor of former ?'or
gre.ssman John F. An?l?'i?. Little i
known about him ir. Yonkers. e\re|
thai he i? ?aid to be a broker. He i
well known at Newport and other ?c
A? the home of Mr? Smith'? ?or
William RhineUnder Stewart, No. 1
La?t Fifty-seventh street, II was sal
-? nigh? ?ha? no announcement o
the wed,ling sva? to be made. M
S'esi.trt refu?ed 'o either confirm o
deny that the ceremony had been per
The home ol Mr Sain! Cyr, in Sorti
Yonkers, last night ssas dark, and thef
i no response to repeated i ni/?
Nefgl ?? '? I na' Mr. San * l'y
had been away for some tissa.
The announcement sf heir innrnagi
came as a great surprise to the N?v
York ...jrii'v colons- a' Ihe Wesf Vir
I aal ' hej contempla'"i
s ii?- h unknown even to ?hen
??? mate friend?. They dnap
peared froni the hotel a? the Spring;
togethi-i yesterday afternoon, and -
. afterward returned, both rs
?lian?' I hey invited a parly ??I
then ? 10 accompany 'hem *'
? . ?. , ? ,l that
id been married.
Vr?. Smith arrived n- the Spring!
.?,,,.- ?! BAoi h e.gi? from 'his eity.
A fesv days after her arrival Mr
Sainl i ..i reached there. Since then
, . have I.B togethei almost con?
stantly, with the asception <>f a short
time that Mm. Smith was confined te
her room by illness. They motored
ami rode horseback together, and at
...tuons held ?ince their ar?
rival there they were inseparable.
Mrs Smith was before 'net first itlii'
- Annie tvrmstrong, a beauti
Baltimore belle, and ?he ?laugh-er
.lohn A. Armstrong, ?f that city.
- an elder lister ?*' Mrs. Anthony
Since the ileaih of her husband Mrs
Sm .lb ? ?i,?.?: |j in London. She
inherited |3,0tW,?MK) from the estate of
l.i-r husband. Other ip? He beiiuest?
nniounting to Sr,.:i?iii,o(in Men? Btfdo by
Mi. Smith, and hi? nephew, George
???rar.t Sa?.in. received two minis of
? he residuary esta'"
It waa reported n 1910 thai Mr?
Smith waa engaged m marry Bartow
Van Voorhis, of New York, who wa*
m the halm of passing mu?-h of his
time abroad The repon eame from
London, and Mr?. Smith promptly
cabled f|*bm Paris thai it sva? not true.
Mr. Sainl Cyrt lirst wife va? the
widow of Henry Alexander Redrteld, a
of Hartford, <'onn. Before her
?, ? M its Caroline Peck,
of Maeon, ?la., a sister sf tin- Countess
.le N..S!. ;i l.i.l? Mi ?TO?ting So the Km
pi ? si Eugenie.
While attending ?he debu? part] of
Mi i Margaret Elini a- the Waldorf
. last I'i '?? "...??; si ra. Sainl Cyr
collapsed She ?red in the hotel of
n .un i thi es week ? later, on la -?
New fear's Day.
HORSE CALLS POLICE
Neigh Brings Help, Also Ar
re.st. for Injured Driver.
\ horse's neighs of distress drew
man Maguiro to the corner of
Piftv-third Street and Ninth Avenue
ght, There he fouiiil the ani?
mal attached to a hsndsom ?*ab ami
pinioned to sn elevated pillar bv a
?huh had caught in t'ne iron lat?
On the ground beside the -..h v-> lav
< uriv. of 607 Wesl Fifty-ninth
Street, dared from n fall and ?uffer
ni a lacerated scalp. The man
laid that he was the owner of the
horse snd cab. but the noliceman ?'out.?!
in his pocket a '?cense beaiir.
name of Patrick Malone, of S09 West
Fifty-second Street. When ?elephoit.-d
*.i Malone said th;.t Curry had taken
the lig without his permission, and or
dered his arrest. The man wa? locKeH
up, charged wiih gran?l lnrcen\.
More of Colonel's Letters
to Politicnl Leaders To
MAY LOOK INTO
T. C. & I. MERGER
Expenses of SS 000 a Week for
Each Side Make Both Racer
to Finish Trial.
\ftem a UtaS Cm ??? ? Mai ,.f Tt.? TV* >.
?y.rscu??. April "?. Mme litherto
nnrtvfalfd chapters of the poli) eal
his'or- o' 'in? ?'are are e\pecte,| ?hen
Theodore R.ill takes 'he - -.-. r, ? ?
iii/ain in the Supreme Court "ere to?
morrow morniner. I* ? ill heirin the
r,?rond week of the suit of William
Harne? *,? recover ??O.ooo from the ey
Prefiden* for alleged libellous utter?
aneei and 'he fifth day of ?he Colonel
on the witness stand. This hlstor; ??
be in the form of riTesponlenre he
tween the Colonel snd varioai s'nte
leader?, in-biding thl plaintiff, ;n 'e
srard to the con'e??' he'-veen Projrres
?ives and regulan in the Governorship
vear? of isn? and M
?h court '?.n? adjourned en r'ri
dav a f*?" noon '" ' i it '? S idrewi
counsel were e i f : ?
duction of this correspondence, Will?
iam M Bowers, for Mr. Roosevelt, was
ob'ecCiii* to some of if. an?l the ?u?!ice
told ?hem to try te re? :h i
It is belie? .1 ' donel R - ? ell doea
r.ot ohiect ',. '!>? intiodu't on
letters, althougl according to report
ihev will Mid.rate rwo different ? -
mate? of Governor Hu?*he?. In 1911,
in a puh'ic statement, he announced
that no correspondence of h;? that
ron!,i he nrodueed would ?io h.rn any
?-.arm Thii wai i ? . threat
of W !! am H-e.*--' that he wouli
i'.uce eeriam lett i? T. e Colonel ia
s'jed an ,,| en challenge to ium or any
?,ne else to publish anything thej
alone that line.
First, it is underatood. William M
Ivins. counaal for \lr. Barnes, who will
have the Colonel under cros? examina
tion. will ca!! upon hnn to produce
coplea of letters he wrota in 1908,
when he interfered in favor ,<:" tne re
nomination of Governor Hughes, which
Mr. H?*ne? and other leaders opi
There a,e lettei i not onlj to Bi i i
:? ii nadeiitood, but also to Hi
Parsons, Praneii Hei di id othera,
as well a-? 'he repl?ei
Vlawa of Hughe? ?\dmlafotratioa.
The light of the Progressive I'
1'cai.s to contr'.l the s*ste conver-fion
njrain?! Mr. Pirne? an I h il friend??
who ha-I selected \'!ce-president Jamei
P. Sherman ai theii candidate far tern?
parary ehalrman, came in 1910. The
Progressives, after m:eh urfrin^. got
the Colonel to ei sly into the
filfht. and while he v?a? heir/ urged, it
?I view? on the
adminiatratien of Goverror )\:r ta
ow radial!; the?.- ? ewi d Ifered
trom those of 1908, if ?' ey do diffei in
any eaaential detail, ii lomething
i? caiuintr much speculation here to
r.!?*ht. ?Iniy a few ?.now ?ha' i| in the
letters, and thej ?< ? e earefully .: .,r.'. ig
Mr. Ivini does !.<>t know, he u yt,
whether he get through with his
rfoai examination of "he Colonel in
time for the re-direct and 'he rc-cron
to he completad to morrow II - prob
nble. however, 'hit the Colonel will
not get off the itand iintil tome time
i n Tuesday
Friends of the Colonel lay hi made
only one ilip in hii ie?timony, It had
reference tu the IIBO .'.' of the cam
I ai?*n contribution! received when lie
run ',.! Presiden) i?, 1904 Asked by
M r. Ivins on 1 ? oui I ha* m
?he i'o'onel ?;a i d h? believed
anioun? irai aboul 18,000,000, oi about
haif the ?un, gathered for the UcK i
ley campaign preceding it. Since f
uav the Colonel hai discovered he over?
?Hted the amount; that is. he ha? been
informed 'ha* only $1^00,000 waa con
tributed in 1904, a? comparad with
$4.000.000 in 1900.
?\nother thin?: Colonel Rooi
wanti to place before 'lie ;ury in h ?
re-direct examination Is that ?*-'h?n the
report of the ' ?? ?:> committee ihowed
George ?. L Meyer and othera repeat?
edly giving large amo'ints in 1904, it
ol their own, but contribution!
collected by them :i? heads of eommit
arti ??'" 'he country.
Taaaaaaa? < <?al and Iron Case.
If Mr. Ivini itickl to h ? pi?11 he will
eroas-examine ' olone! Roosevelt to?
morrow on 'he absorption of the Ten
neaaee < oal and Iron Company by the
United Statei Steel Corporation daring
the panic of T.*?iT. The group of bank
en working to ?'em the tule of tnat
panic offered to a?d certain financial in
tereatl badly in nee?1, of assista
they would sell the Controlling int?
< oiillmieil on page :t. eiilumn .'
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$5,000 Bet for Jack London
I ? .. Ai
re-sted aa ?Soy and Fet?
by F Sh '. Work
\\ ay Aroui la an*
Arrive* Momo a Baronesa
- 1911 Jai ' - md on
fr ?i :?? had an srgumen h I
? sorld. Tiie fr.I? :?giee
? sort of thing. London main
? m ?hat a woman i is wel
as a man. He offe ?"I to bet $5,'>?>
that Mrs. Hilda Gilbt ii co lid
She I sd lived
. .'m?? r?.d
horses i ? ?' th?> ?u,i
posed lim itions of 1 d h n
to | chant] I tin hi
She ai rtf e.i at i ? McAlpin ' '??"
?iay. a winnei ?>: ? i ? I
longi r Mi H da G ben
the Ba ' ? '. w idowed b
deal h of I h< bs ron, to be ire, bu?
.she also hobnobb'd on hi i
le such a hil
I..mi come ono- of hit
at an?, : ?me ihe want . (mr
in -v?rica; In- was ? ntertained
Indian rajah and won his adir, ?.
NEW HAVEN'S OLDEST
Dickons Lectured in Historic
Structure- Many Junior
Proms Held There.
?View Haven, April ?25. The Grand
<?r?era House, in ' rov n Street, the o d?
?st playhouse in New Has...., v? ,
it roved by i i a sai Ij to da.
i mi, The loss is
catre, oi ginally kno'.> a a ?
reare I I he) ?? lia *' B century ago "
was the itate i cal con
'?. encourage enlistment were held
during the Civil War. ? harles Dickens
lectured in the house during his Amer?
ican '?. . -
WARNS SHIPS OFF CAPES
U. S. Said to Have Protested
?it Neutrality Violation.
B , i
Norfolk. V i . \t txcon
of sailors from the .'
to-day from Southern : gi ids for
a rest, win ere sen!
Saturday to the four British warships
off the Vira, nia i ape , thai hej
violating neutralitj by pati
within the tnree-mile limit. They were
told etnphal not be
I'hev ?lerUreii -ha? there waa an im?
mediate ' ii i
"ie rlag-h ?a of the Ii Bl I the
??hips ?mm? out to
i i ted
could he seen or
The < it be?
tlor.f . ?
about use miles spart?
c in the ?i I p wn*
Sai ? ?'. ?Ship ? nun ? ?mien.
: aved th? ship.
Ko g . Binden
The Emden's eom*
M. ... ?,, take ." the boats, ?? he
? ;, '..,.? replied t id
!'?,,? -??* wa? pretty
? .'iiiiitan ?1er of the Em?
ack a-rd that he d :
oman to taki to the
Baro ? vaine, 01 plaii M ? i. Syl
; ; s heraelf \e?e
from ?ievi i?, on her great adventure
,,n January 28, 1911. Sue waa not just
sure hots iha wai going to earn her
could wr te ling a
i little, and ihe i
i . e did not ii tend to I ?it
??I landed in London with tei
'? \ man I mel
? take a pai t in a ikit he
pla a mi ??? he taught
me to play the mandolin very badly.
"After tiie ik t (Iniahed its run I
had so at j hard times in London
for the next six months. In fart. I
nui so low I waa about to be evicted.
CmtttmtxSe} O- pase ? riiliimn '.
AND READY FOR SEA
German Raider, Beinji Unusual-?
ly Fast, May ?Make Dash
for the Open.
. ? 11 MM
Washington, Api ' 25 The permit?
ted ita " ??? nprini Wilhelm,
e Hamburg-Amei a:. I.ner and
i'*, cruiser of he Gar*
perial navy, is ab,, It > \
no indication ha-,
been r? ed at the Tr?a?ury or Navy
- within the last week that
commando of the ihip conten?
i ?? i'ifferenl in any reapeet
fiom thai puriued by Commander
Thieri the Prim Eitel Fried?
rich, there ii mora 'han a luapicion
_' nasa! otnrers here
? Kronprinz may make a break
I ic open lea, >?' condition! are
Hain) weather ii overdue in chesa
Bay, for never lince the estab
?r.c Weather Hureau, in
18V I, hai Virginia known so dry a
Thil, and The Tact that
il more than four knot?
Prim Kltei. a;
.- sit ai in; of the an? ray ship?
"or her, .?uppnr*
? ?ince th?
r, iitir. entered th? n., Her badly
has been ??raped and
KITCHENER NOT SATISFIED
?Still Needs More Men, Says
London, April 26 Addre??^?* a re?
cruiting meetii'ir to-day, l'r Thomas
I. Macnamara, Par', ameatary Secretarv
of the Aumiralty. said:
"If *,ou ;?--ume that Karl Kitchener
? but lati -t'ed with
'he re-i"ui ?? to the call for voluateeri
von fall inl ai tai ioui errar, "A e
wan! more : We want 'hem now,
e . I
>' liait ir '.pi? . .
IN NEW DRIVE
Hungarians in Army
PART OF LOSS
Men Hold Out Stubbornly
in Flanders Against
Are Surrounded and Apparently
Doomeii 'Ahm R:r;:;ed by
Deadly Rush of Zoua\
H Cabla 1*1 ?? i"'.
1-aTosi ? * ril 3ft. Tas t-assj
mast impoi -? the greis?.
battis fought ?? '-r: iay nigli* end
mad along a a rnes-Yprts
botwee i ' *-?'"?
I Bizseboots Ii ia at ????? premsturs ta
; speak ?n detsil of the I ? ? "' the
official comra iniq ? - ? I
i thai the i
? rovn Prinee of Bavaria has lauaehed
an effort against Oiveache an * ? a
of ?urh extreme viols
porary advai i| led to it.
in ?;??: ? her?'
ing agi positions regard?
, le?* ol Irire ?
through ?he rt- ?
. here a number of H ingariaa
?tVurttei i battle la
r- Of G
rial? ' I
Of -h?' !'? "
Pre ? ground by n eans of
? canal, be
? a. the Vi 8. Th?
French Zouaves. t'u?iliers and ma?
aug ? n the atupefying fumes
naba, si ?I " ?
f ire. they -sere foreed
.?"mu ? hen swung te ?????,
I .?? ? ? oi mm .?? ble por
lion of ' for?es
. one! work no?
letiealty back te back, ?en?
Mea: ippOrtS, of which
there are fte al al point? of
the British iipe. nurried up, mingling1
> ? ? the /.ouavet, ?* ho
re-formed. They fe!? deadly'
ruah upon he Germa
through to tne l
I'aiiadiaus. and the whole r. . |
On to recapture the lo*t positions.
London, April 26 It is bOOOmil |
creaaiagly eviden* tha* th.e Gern i
?ack on the 1 t.? . t British left en?
tring in rien-, li?t- les sroui ?
the opening movement of atiM' i i-tea*.'
tatiempt. perhaps Germany's supreme]
erTorr, r?, break the allied ne. Ih?'
oillcia! report issued states
thai further progress h mad?*
?.ovsar.l . pit- ? -.. Bnt.?h
lounter attacks save been repulse?!.
The French report, OB -.? othei hand,
aeclares that the eouat? i eOBj.
tinue with SUCCOes ami dial the Bl '
:sh hold ail the i I position?.
For more tl in a week Rrlgiiirn has
been sealed l'r?im the observation of
ils, svidentiy for the purpose of
keeping secret the extern t?. whist re
inforeemeata aie nein??; ru?he?l to the
point ol attack, it ? nnderatoe-tt, hee>
ever, ti?u? half a million new (leiman
a reached Flanders, ani that
more gunB and material are to ne u?ed
4han -a? !?? pro ?ded foi I he pi ?
attempts to astro) th? i sd
In the wi tempti vhicl met
?? both in A -ober.
lii'lgian Artillery at Work.
toda?, at th? Leg tUen :
"Li-corns? Be gium, v..?- ?r ti,,. Vpron
? anal I, whii ,n b) the enemy
on Friday night, has been' retaken 'o
ilav b> I raneo-Belgian troo
, 1,,0u! "?' ?'-cess
fully tO 8 tile . . ..? :,.,. ,An(/1
length of our front by (.errn.in bast.
"N"' "' ?'??"?gwind
our aviator? hast- been able ?r, ?.?ka!
The following ?a the official ?ommu.
, issued by ?he fnne\ ??
he north of V, v ,
continue? under eond ? orV-;'
for ,hl IV,
mans have attacked .1
along the British front from
wi!, h": sC?rth' n?rthe.Jt and . -
went but they were not i.
"On our aide we haw? aree-Wsuatval ??
?he right beak of the tn.nal thr?u^
vigereei counter attaeks/" nr""Kf
Asphyxiating (..sei ?,,??
,n?h;Z-::dt:,,*U,",,ln '" '* '
"in Belgium ? ,ir eeunter ?Mark? **m
t.nued .uco *
>l ?n ?iik ou, ?ii,,..