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First to test ?the Truth: News-Editorials-Advertisements
i \\\ No, 25,298.
I I ..|.?rlftil i?ie
Thr -|*Tll?ui??? Aaa'n I
SUNDAY. FEBRUAR! 20, I916.-SEVEN IVM.TS-rilTV-SIX PAGES.
price v\\\: cents.
Bernstorff May Go; "Unfair" Tactics Anger Wilson
AIR BLOWS 3
One Unhurt, Another
Dies When Found,
Third Is Lost.
RIDE ON GEYSER
73 FEET HIGH
fourth Worker in B. U. I.
Bore I "??apes Blast by
TSrat - I
? I >? i .
w kad .
st the 1
(,e**er Hurls V? ?ikincn.
? ? ??-. ? ?raen
.?as *?*??? ? -i.tv
? ick out for
s*r van Ha was be
she-2 is Mai labe-*, oaa <-if four
-, ? ox.
thaa a feeble
?? ? crew of h
-, rd to fl."
i* '"" r*ht of thr
' -* ' -ed.
: l,f th*
ter of ft
I to i
1 danger tl - re
sv . ? ?? '
. ?ir. )??
? th, , . ? : eaings
t**"B ...l.irr,., I
JEAN CRONES, CONFESSED POISONER.
?apturo on this photograph, copi? a of which have been
circulated bj thou snda t.hr,>ucli<>ut the city.
NEVER GIVE LIG STICK
TO BULLY, SAYS BARNES
Editorial Mentions "Monaco ofl
Roosevelt" in Discussion.
".'. <Jt Trie Tlibura? 1
? - ?
her? ' - i
?aft ?'- - .-.??, at th,
editorial (?ro,-s on to
? ?.??? .* seems hardlv pos
?iblf that mcr hke IfeCall, '?'
< rut?. .-,. ., ] .,-;_-.. , fi- . ;'T,.r defoa? a"
urdr.er, Bird. I
and Wash born, who aro pledged *o thf
no man in ?
feneo is s . ts I, oat! t botst, 1
of his temperament", to bo Is &
"The ".'rilte?! ?'-t?es ?hoald mrrti. b?al
should a.?rn*.**? plate .n 'aht> Pr?-? .
s rr.HT\ Of pence
? ????? give & bullj a ? -.., " . "
MESSAGE OF HELP
FINDS MAN DEAD
i'h? mist's Reply (o Word of
1 ather's Death Foretold Own.
Ileadiuarters rees (
foll'jv. . I"
..f this plai ?*. ." ?
. his broth * '?'
2016 PU ? ?? .e, that bs l
: ? bo demi '?? ?
:? : ,
ui.til -.urn? one can m?
ii.j* at I
ron S. Green, ehem.
F'.fth A*/ei no, ffair.tl dead ?.. lodging;!
I died ? '
BORN 55 SECONDS
AFTER MOTMER DIED
Bab) Boj ?Saved in ( ?csareai
Operation by Young Surgeon.
:'.|. ? ? house
' i ?
I, he found tin'1 the
died fi lb 1
born to ' ' ' "tl
M i,|.n MPI ? i \i i ? a r ?t ,?,.?,
PHOTO MAY TRAP
Polite Scatter Copies
Throughout City and
? ef prints of a photograph
, of Jeai ' .' ? ' cago ]
who contir.'ie? to taonl ee, have
'hroughout the city.
The police laat riif?h* wer?, more hopu
, ful of capturing him than at 01
t mad? his presence
in th: j n. In a d<
to a newi paper yesterday he ;i(-'ain ron
I ' i'iniie
lein ir I
"There is not ?he illg] te I doub? -
my mind that the
photog he a*T?Rt o'
.that mai ? hi? own allotted time
of foi .;?." i'aptain
? Tunr? ? ? . la he eaptai'i
' had come from the ?of Inspector
1 ray ol the Datad ee Hun-au. where
rence with Cora
? W nods.
Whether any information iras re?
in the pol ee which might
? i contemplated II
.... ? ?;?,. time hi
r>t i |e .v. h. I* ees
after th? ere
?? : . e foi rone to gel
k ? ..' !. ?: ? r,. ; . k . ?.
; road and , ?
Tile redoublii ?r ??' he pre< ?
? b? en de, id?
1 and a liai:'
lice by the pro] ..
lit a ... may wear cap
walki fas! ringing .
I." A i 0 ' ?
rrint man. The y WOI
i h ?..
! ,.... i rone - had
WEDDING RING BOOM
Britain's Marriage Increase Dou
bios Amount of (iohi IM-?...
B , ?? I ?, T I I I
Lei ion, Peb 18 Baaias
wodd | r thai
Papers on'L' Dea
MAN TO BOSTC
Interboro Head Declai
Me Used "Commitment
in Moral Sense Only.
..?"ter 'hire hour? of rakiag flrs
re rdnv -, heavy ?cuna of
1 too, tbs ban i
? |] flutte
tfa It! log
. ' ?
And ??- he did not 1
spy bad arhere
, $.!. .
' -el nd
asking ' ? rrei dor.
? - - , ,
ni?df i, ? lap? mh
I bo Interpi t hi
rurred oertain "eommltmonts ar.d t?
Kation?," to hritig iilmtit the
?h* dual subway -ontitr'?. '-.??
take | to ??ipo ou?.
I A4?sJ Word? in Moral Sen??*.
He ?wore there wn ? nothing
?he Stevens contract.to ?1 ich Mr Li
and Wil.iini A. Read, BBOl
liorough director, objected. He
peated '''?? declaration of ?he day i
'"ore ti.uf he u.s?*,i ?he ?
moral sen?e. aril tl
rial slffjaU .
Mi. Chonta ?I,o ?iefl ?d i.a' ?h,
wna nnv collusion in 'he lei a
contract 'or third-tracking
I'r.e? to Gillespie A ?'o. '1 A G
who is now down Booth i
of ?he Thompson coi i
he met but ?"a i?*e : hi? life, he ?aid.
Senates Thompi I one of 1
to Boston las? i ghl *??
Shonta's lottos aaklng the ce
Lane estai lo surrend
? ? - . . ig bearing
? ? ?
Seek? Shoals I Hier.
.... . .
? in <
from the l m ol Tyler, ? ornean
?? i ? ? '
lp, r?, :*
., coin t ha I am wril
? ? ?
Mr. Colby ?
ent in re
. b it he
-.. ? nei a ith r,
fir i t,
i litim*i?on I
? ? ?
1 m unir* i-i pOm* 1 ?iliittn 'I
Federal Men, at ?ur
Point, Retake Fu?
WILL BE SENT
BACK TO ENGLAN
Mints at Passport Revel
lions, but Officials
Doubt Mis Story.
[gnatios T. T. i naei I
eral M P. for Darlington, self-sty
! iateraational ?p>-, ami alleged fon
In Broadway, between i i
, . tod
? I ? Fed?
I,,.. ari raei - of Justtc?
, turned ov?
land, in face charges pend si
-, ?? no chart
, ? . .?. thai be be
i end remoered from th.- cm
, ari sate If.'
??fi ':.*.' i.e h.?
' ' alue in ?'?i.ne-ction with pa
? r- fraud caaos, bu? a eai i
mation failed t?, result in any impo
... ? revelations or furaiah say grou
:".ii proceeding agalnut him.
I letter? to newspapers ro
menting OU the inability uf the poli
ar.d the Fadaral authoriiiaa 'r< capta
him. in Boarly all his missi-rea Li
coin has mentioned hi? wivieabou
'and incidentally puf in a boost for I
'book. which waa leaved bv his pu
I Ushers rita il tuneo I ly with his escai
His an- || 1..?' night hi
t. who were aaked by the Depai
? of Justice n ? . to ?e'an?! by dur>i
. th ? , sptura.
eant Charles 1. Rafferty, of ?!
' Waet Thirtieth Street police ?Utio
?,ii ?A-alking along Broadway aecor
d by Patrolmen ''ronin ar
,\ niilfart, when they were accosted I
three men who ?-id thej -ere In nei
"Wa aie sacral service men," or
of them -aid to Kaffertv. "We are -*,
lug "o take a fellow and we wan' ftt\
three policemen followed an
? el up . n a ?hoi
.-, wearing a hea.
\ - ling to ta
i ha,i concealed ander ihr
. T luddenlj I
? i ron? of 'he mar they ha
... ,- ,.\eral bio? i
"<,<?t "i ou ? ?.veretl."
?\\ e'i r- pot
? -\Ve ha\
? ?un i on ?, D ' hroe up you
are Lincoln ai d ? >? know ?
i . for
I by the sudde
"All rig - hold a -mi
on n,e !
to he no re
, the men pul r gun
. .. . |
len? of th.. I >ep ir? menl ol
? m euil case and ? ? , > - ? ? iloni
i im. lie v
. ? ?
4 t that ? ma
re office had le the ai
... ? ? . .,. | ?
? g until Mi
Mr. Baker a _
" neu of Lii
1 u tail ranney,
. ro ?
('s plu red h\ "lliild-l p
i . . .
e ..nliiinr.l >,n imicr | . ?Inmn ?
/Iff Amazing Sole j!
Samuel Hopkins Adams .calls it an inquest, nol an
tppraisal, the* examination th.it was rismIc ol goods pur
. li.tM-cl ,,t "New Yorks Most Amazing January Clearing
S.ilf " It was ?in amazing s,,le.
Read ?il-out it to-day. II.?** story of tins comparative
newcomer in the underworld ?>t trade is told in mtn
eating detail. Page I Z.
ail? &un?ag Sritomt I
first in I .ist the I ruth: \r>? S- / ditnnsls - Isfl tfllttOOtttlt
Mei ' ? ' - ? . a
Strange Sea Fighting
: Yet to Surprise America
British Predict iTiat Germany's New and Amazing En
?ginei of Warfare Will Furnish "Stern, ,Ugly
Business ' and Change U . S. PoKcy.
By J. L. GARV?N.
Cetn/ritjkt 1 : ? ? ? ? The- 74-ife-' *.-- Ast
[By Cable ?o The Tribune. 1
l.otiiiiiii. r*eb. 19. The new submarine fight ami out other na a
* "ncrgetaCies muy be sensational though not a ?surprise. I? n a mistak?
to ?imagine that our sea affair ha? simply passed into the stage a.f pros
Derails dullH is. That is the roa son why it is impossible l'or na as a peopl?
al ?rar to consider ab?? rar? principles apart iran? known coming realitie*;
' \\'?' snticipaU not? and stranger things in the North Sea ami in thi
I Atlantic than American opinion expects Of ?h,? S'ate Department seemi
lo contemplate. There will 1*,* fighting and chasing, and maybe a Aere?
drama bringing into play altogether new ?ypes of Goman con.struction.
I fid th*' Allies consented to the suggest ion that all merchant ?hip?
.h'./uld ?go iuiarm*'tl we would have Keen trapped through Washington anc
Would be thinking ?he United States had bean trapped. ?Jount von Bt-rn
.-furlT may prove to be, as they say in the theatre..! world, the advano
? if Admiral iron Tii pit /..
Compare diploman, suggestions with naval facts, Never -mce tht
(lay of the uoli ami the lamb has there ba*-ei. u mor.- affecting plea than
the plaint that the gentle U-boat might 4 attacked bv the wicked mer?
chantman. Lei sheep <4?ks ?be abolished, let ehephenis carry no DtOVOCa?
f,e weapons, lei th? fold trusl in its own innocence, and all will be well.
Imagino our Mtoniihment when some ?able dfepatchos declared in
?ff.-c: lhal Mi. ?Lansing had beta melted by the representations of th.'
wolf. <??? nany, far from toeing ai jrthing by sinking the Lueitenia, wac
to secure a high diplomatic profit on ?lie traaaaction, making it the odd
- ?if improving its relations with the I'mted State.?* and gaining addi
tional facilitiei through Washington for sinking 'ne subjects a-id goods
of the Allies
?,1.1.IK.*? I AKIN?. NO ?HAMT.S.
! ?' thi torpedoes and g-ais of the new i'emiat? ? raf? sent under now
ben s few rash Amen, ans with the rest it would be their o'vn faul*
for .luring to travel on any ?easel declarad by ("ei-many'**. .-ole fiat liable
to destruction Mi sight; in fact, their blood would be on their own head?.
1' seemed more like a phantasmagoria than a programme.
Happily the first, interpretations of Mr. Lansing's note were falsified.
but we believe none the less that it will prove a stern and ugly business to
bring American policy and opinion to see the whole -?truggle in quite
another light. In the Bret place, are have '.earned to know our (?ermany.
The Allies evil] take no chances whatever ?m the strength of Gerniar.y's
( on tin nr il on psge '. ?-..lnnm .
GROWS TO $1,007
4,809 Americans Join De?
Marione'.? dime ha? grown te a
Two week;, and two day?, ago little
Marjorie ?-*terrett's letter Inelosing 10
help build a battleship for
Unc?a Sam wa<e printed In The Tribune.
?then I -'"' people have added
0 Mariorie'B until
orning her f'jr.d totals $1.007 ",.",
The ., tribution ha? been a
? more than 20 ee
That mr-h ing, It means
isand bt eakfaa? tablai
t. thirteen-year-old g i r ', ' = letter ?vas
re.i,? ale ad and talked o< er by men and
women who are thinking of the orob
lems which eonfronl their country *o
|1 mean ? thai in r-.r-arlv I.
- ? chord so real
osmers were galvani "1 into
, child's simple a]
It means mure. I- means that h wave
I im lia? started which twill.i
in all prol ? eulminate la !he
great ? ? ?? tor which Marjorie
.i-aming of when ^he wrote
in ?ome kind of a i ? vessel of
the eountry will be proud. A!
hai .i-,.-a.: ? red the
?' ? rculation,
?' ..* 1?re of the
? ?? ,. . ?
tra , po tmarki an tl icei
\i (ion Take? I'lace et Talk.
., been the the
. many talk? in every ham'.
tha nation for month* and mi tl I
People who had not (*iv?n a di
?bt to the !ir?ede nf -he.r country'
ears were beginning to discu?? it
? r ?'??? eorners and sroun-l the
it boa Bui I s moat pari
their favorite psper, or per?
they I eard abeul it Irota a riend
v me t?. he??
Ther.? s Th. re
? | . mid
V- .i ? he
began to How.
i tha sererage con
,on so far. Ten du.. I the
I which has come to Tn?. Fr ;.jr.
from any singla contributor, and
have bei'n mighty few as large a? ?ha*.
gil ? doeenl mattet" *?
much. In any of 'he big c tita tei
men y be found who e0uld
build a battleship with ':-r Ir combined
There are * few men >?.ho
? build several of them and not
tha drain on th. - incomes very
'- ?' a* "r. in give . sata for a
eship, Of cur?!?, there will have
to i.? tome who "five i ?? if "he
battleship < going to be built The
big eoi * b itioni srill .-ome ,,, run,? ,\
- not awak- to ?n op-ior-j
'..,,.,? ,,,| sn p%c, g. roliimn S
ITALY TO STRIKE
AT GERMANY NOW
Briand's Visit Results in
Decision to Declare
War This Week.
B> \RTH1R S MAPER.
je? Csbte leite 1
London. Feb. 1!?. As a d-rec* revolt
of the visit which M. Aristide Bnand.
the "rench F'remier. has just mad? txi
Rome, in company wi'h hi ? colleague,
M. Bourj-eo.?. there is good reason to
t?te that Italy will formally declare
war 01 ? -? rex- weei?. it is cer?
tain thai these repreaeatatives of
French statesmanship went as envovs
no' of Franco, hut of the Wn*- Council
? of the Alli<*s. and tha* fliey went with
Bgie purpose of patching up "the
i steel wall ah?..;* Genna
M. Briand declared after a confer
I of several hours a*, -he Italian
F re-gy. Office, that he had been
triumphant, and what he ..icant by it
was. it is believed here, that Italy Im?
mediate!' would ii.'Kin 'o extend her
activit ??- el I e'.d* besides the
lustrina front la short, she will at
taeh I ?ero any.
>? her declaration of war against
Austria, on May J;.. l.'l Italy's litua*
tion ha? b?en anomalous, and one with
Allies uere dissatisried.
They accepted ;'. because I? was only
rms -i*ar I-. . ! join
their campaign. Her retUOM for refus
Ir.g to makf ? formal brea rith the
? i .ii easa i ?> tery to
the peO| ?- the Allied states, but
they laid it car?- i ? ?? tact that >
the sata 1 ... t. r-x r?
r ..- ?? German territory.
Joke- in Italy'?? loarse.
Italy Bl ' aa a, cu?ed of entering
on'y half-heartedly Inte tl efforts of
her alliea. becauaa she threw into the
actual fighting line only 500,000 of the
., ? roop: mobilised.
-?- in th? dealings of Italy
with Geraanj lay la -he fact th- , al
????.r ting as the
? on of Austr.a, ihe apparently
? o guevance against the nail?,..
vehici; u* itr king r rdes? against her
, many was profit -
,ng by cor.- nu?ng er relations with
' aakei ing her struggle
igainst the Allie . .? whole -.hat the
afforded the curious specta?
cle of ?.eemg derniati good- shipped to
foreigi. countries via Switzerland and
throu?:. th? Ital.an port of H.Mioa, M 'i
Such traffic was to the profit of Italy
commercially, and ?r.e wa? therefore
Sg to carefully avoid sending
?loop- to any place where they could
come into conflict with a German army,
i v.a? the rea?on why Italy con
.. ? procrastinated when urged hy
?ni- Allies to aid them m the rescue
M-rbia. and this attitude was a
eery importan! factor eontribatiag ti?
the Ualknn disaster.
Present Moment Rrighteat.
The present mon,en* i> considered
here 'o bear tor th.- Allie "heir bright?
est prosp.'cts for throttling Germany.
! ?'n-selnu??! ?n p??r I, riilumn I.
TO BE FORCED;
No Further Delay to
Be Permitted at
ENVOY TOO FREE
Tried to Put President in
False Light, Is
trim T*-.? Trt>:i?a? n ???.. ?
V. Mhington, I ? ? . 19. The Admin?
istration is prepared for a rea!
H Ks r.-.a'i'.'-.s with the T.-u
tonic powei Oil rials attribata to
President Wilson i d?termination to
bring the siibmarine issu.* to a does
without further delay, whatever the
The Ural sign of this determina?
tion is a glowing impatience wri?b
\ml*assa?ior von Beraetorffa The
Administration'-.- tendency, wi.r-n
was extremely marked until recently,
to conciliate him. has given wa\ '??
? coolness which., it is br!levf?d. W|ll
either in.press him with the t.
sity of changing hi- taetics or bring
about an e.strangemer." "lia*
!t ad to his ,iismi-*-a!.
?lovernment officials charge th?
ambassador with unfair relat
with the press. They say he has
beea entirely too ire* with his epn
ions on the com rover-i?
the I'nited State? and Germany and
h&? created false. ImpiawklllS ft |
ing them that have place*! th- ?Vd
ministration in an unfavorable light.
They believe also. *!...? .? wa
.mhasaador vor. Bernstorff who
prompted his government to scud
the recent warning that armed met
chantmen would be treated SS ?hip*
01 war. and that m so doing he be?
lieved he ha.l caught this govern?
ment off its guard and had R?sure?i
a violent etntttstant with ?M I
Relat Ito? Near a Break.
,**ome officials go so far as to de
. en that Ambassador von B, ri
s:orff's days here are numbered, and
*hat friendly .?relations with ?iemanv
?-re hanging by a very slight th
Recent utterances of high ?'?ermaa
orhrials in Berlin are also vi.-w. d 11
insulting to this governnn*n'..
Critics of the Administration
i he present aver-don to the (lermari
Anihas.?a?io*- iJ baled on the ?SOT
viction that he is tio longer useful
for Presiden' Wilson's political I
Until recently, they say. the 1'- -
dent t-elieved that with the ambnssa
?'or's help an understanding eoold b?*
reached on tlie Lu.sitania that would
be generally approved, but that with
out him the two government.*, coubl
never he reconciled.
It is now apparent, they point out.
.* ambassades von Bernstorff has no
intention of playing President Wilson?
game, but i? taking a? *i van tage of erery
npport-.n.tv to block it. The Presiden?
: believed to realise this, and Is there,
fure eon- de ring whether the. dismtsssl
' ? ambassador, after nl!, would no*
be the most popular ?? sroS
rt ir lee that wonl-i
or '.a: :?? ?'-hol-j contro\er?y wi'.h th**
tral Powers to a brcakli;-? poin
v.ithin a few ho ?r?, uffieials i?ee a
oalf COaroO tha* It can possibly take
a prolonged diseussion on technical
points of in'ernational law, wrangling
over the definition of an "armed" ?h:p
anil other eonteatod questions. Such a
admit, woubi v?
*. : Btiatloe through disapi ?ir '
lag the ? ??????? ? ?" a .)'iu-k settle?
.. f tbs opporteaity it
i ?gira I i President's critics.
Concern About < ampaign Isaacs.
Tbo vir'ual eertaiaty that mit ium
mer's campaign will be fought large' ?
on I saos of International polities ha?
causeil "tie Admini?tration grave cor.
cern. It is realized that it would b
?uieide to enter upon such a campaigi
i with the Lusitania caie -.till in the di
bating itage, after more than a year
, of note?, confidential netrotiation.? ?n't
mutual recrimination?. Therefore
Pre?ident Wilson has derided to three'
t en fount von Rern?torfT once more.
end to carry out the threat if it doe?
\ not produce tbs <leiir*?l ?rOM '"
While Amba?s?ador son Ht-rn?'4->rT ?
i rapidly diminishing in popularity, tabs
?relation? between .mo "Hats Doparl
as i tbs Entonto envoy? are grownf
' ?tally more cur.i al M ? ni'',? to ?s?
r H lit Presiden? A .
; way? technical rather ti ai- Imp
, i? vergir-.?, on bonevol.
I Mlles. The State l?epar"r.
earofal ?"-?? horotefori ts ??ap',?.ii ??