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of a creat rortion of SaeVville Street;
when i x4.i- larroaaaled bj the mint
the hopea an.i aapiratiom whicr
:? ia! nine year*. 0B4
?? 44i? graeioaals.
te reach my heart that thia xva'
rehellion. for Iriah aoldicn
all the fields of thr -
?? ihe rx ... . ? lortheoniing lhai
K'\ir these a*ho? handa m?v h. ahHkrr
and much Biay he d4->ne; nexx bonds o
union mav be forged aad r'w- aoarcei
of atraagth a^i proaperlty hraaght
to the country I, Bl al exenta, ruv.
done whnt I ean to thal aad; aad
? thia greal
The Prifl r M ' -ter. it, m?Kir,f noti
cf ||r Bii ?' Btatement, aa
without prejudging the deciaion arhicl
n-.ight ultimatel] be taken, ha wi.a aart
Xhe ll henrd Mr. Kirrell no
without e root ion and aympathy, and hi
red Mr V i ?> I thal h* pe
ha a |
Redmond Arka Mercj for Rebela.
Mr. Rrdmm d aaid that the wholi
haaiaeea la trelaad had been to him i
mlaarj and a heartbreak. He paid '
warm tribo! to Mr. Birrell. He teV
that he himaelf had Intrarred aome o
,le h'ame which Mr Birrell had laid a
hi* own de" a
The Nationaliat leader concurred ir
the vlew that the danger of an out
brcak wna not a real one. and perhapi
he had aaid in conversation nngh
have laflaeaced Mr. Birn
While approviae tha vtfleiwua queli
ing cf the rebclllon, Mr. Redmonr
begged the gOVI - ? to show i.n
due harshnesa te Mtha great BBBM ol
unfortunate riupes inxo'.ved."
? a ? '
FIGHT OR BE OUTCAST,
IS WARNING TO U. S.
C P. Andcrson Says Germany
Will Strike Hard.
"The United Statea will f.nd hrrsell
an outcart arr.org Batieaa if ihe doei
not l ta the Allies
repcated statemrnts to the contrarv
they hope a' 1 we arill entei
the great strugp'c en their i?ide, not
only for ftr.arc al reasor.a. but becauaa
they want the United S'ntei to play
her rightfnl part in the worid read
Justment after tha wnr."
Chand'.cr P, Aaderaoa, former coun
aellor of the State Pepartment, gav*
this opinion of the situation abroad
when he retarned yeaterday on th*
Tuscania, of the Anchor I.ne. He haa
apent aeveral weeka m London as coun
Bol for a number of (hicago paekera
xvhof. ? ayod in tran
paal laal October.
"A declaratiuti ot war would be surc
to fellow b break in our diplomatic re
lationa with Germany," Mr. Anderaon
continued. "The people over fa
not real::"- that would mean.
Germany would go to any extremea, ?a
the raiaa of Europe to-day prari
our army and half our mi
litia Germana hy birth, we do not
dream of the outrages that would fol
low a decla ratioi a ar."
Committee of Seventeen to Meet
Errplnves Here June I,
^ ( hicago, May B> Th. general con
^^rcn ? committee which will repre
^P the railroada of the I'nited State*
W ? egc'iationg with the four organi:a
10ns of railway traia service em?
ployea, who have dcmar.ded a W8ge la
creat-e, eatlmated by railwa;; offlcials
at approxitnatcly $100,000,000 a rear,
will eeaalBt cf seventeen membera.
There will h. f t representntives from
thc Weatem railroada, ai* from tha
tern and flve from thf Southea-t
ern. The Tepreaentativea of th*
am readfl w II he aa followa:
Kl'una I.ee, assiatant general mana?
ger Pennsylvania Railroad, New York;
A. M. Behoyor. viee-preaident rennsyl
vanla Linea, Chleago; P. E Crawloy,
assiatant viee-preeident, New York
(entral Railroad. New Y'ork; A. J.
Stone, vice-preeidenl Krie Railroad,
New York; II 1. McMaater, general
manager Wheellng & Lako Krie Rail
road, Clevelar.d; C. L. Hardo, general
manager New York, New ilaven &
' rd Railroad, v'ew Ha
The railroad repreaentativea will
meet delegates of tha hro'.herhoods
at a se?ie? of conferences beginnmg
June 1 in New Y ? lt is planned
that the repreaenta! n, ef th<> em?
ployea from the different diatrieta ? 11
flrst meet the railroad repreaentative
from tho?e dlstricta and take up arith
him the reply of the railroada he rep?
reaenta to the demands mado lv ,v-.
i a raaalta ai the dtstrirt cor.fer
aaei ? then will he taken up at a meet
mg ->t al! the repreaentativea. It la
e\p< Cted that thea0 ronferenres xvill
devalop whether the employea and the
railroada will arbitrata or whether
Ithe omployes will atrike.
Egg Reeord With Leghorn Pullets.
Braachvilla. N J. May 8. Leaia H.
Cawan nf this borough.says he has made
? kn e/g r.cord with 198 white Leghorn
pullet?. In four motitha ended May
I, hf gathered 11,761 egga, fof a net
protiV of $K.0.41. the net Brafll from
each hen hcinjr ln January
he gathered 1,950; in pehruary. 2,600;
March, 84.26; At ril, 4,076. Hil ? ?
penrca were $104
Were VVithin Three Miles
of City When Warship
Fl.OCK TO RUIN4S
Morc Prisoners Broughl tn Fnp
land Some to Turn
Dublifl, May I.- The s'.ituation in
Galaray resBltiai from the Irish revoll
haa becri aeriOBB, arcordinjr to aehricea
a- received. Ob 'luesday, April 25.
1,200 rebela, approarhmg from Oran
more, were wlthln three miles of Gal
way, when a naval vessel she'.led them
from l.alway Bay. compelling them to
retire to Moyard Caatle at Athenry.
Oa the follo4\ing day another r.aval
veasel landed 100 soldiers who forced
other rcbels to retire to4vard that ras
tle. Encounter* between the rebels nnd
amall bands of rolice re*ulted in sev
eral casualties. Among those arrested
rxere Rrofessor* Stnnberger, tt'alsh and
MeEari, all of tho I'nivennty of Gal
Normal conditiona art rcturning
gradually ln Dublin, and report* te
. from outlyiBg districts indicate
tha situation ia well in nand.
The thief of the Fire Pepartment es
' timates the damage to huild nes at |ff.
oOO.OOO. and to itOeh fJJIO.OOO. The
inun.ber of buildings destroyed or d.-.m
aireu 1* K?.
Ruah of Curloua to Seo Rulna.
The people o' Dub n were p<rmitted
j to move aboi.' ?'.-.lay, nnd
lerowds came oal to rieaa the rulna
. cau*ed by the riets.
Passe, are still rcquircd to go
i through the military cordon In eer'nm
'parta al tha city, however, an.l exami
nation BOBta have been eatablished on
all roada leading from Dublin. At
these pointa aBtanaobilea and trains
aie eearcned for arma. Persons who
10 'aiin passp^e 0:1 tra;. ar"
BCrutinized br'ore rnterinrr Btal
Only the Dublin. Reifa". K.rgstown
? '.rrnore stations are open.
Btatad that rebela whose cases
j are oi 8UCb a nature that they can be
'o-sposed of at once are being tried by
court marial under the defence of tho
? s who cannot be dca!'
uah Imflaediataly are being taken to
Maxwell Thanks ihe Troops
In an order of the day thank rg tha
! troops engaged in the suppression of
1 the rehellion here, I.ieutenant fieneral
' Sir John Maxwell, the military com
(marder, ?i>.\ a that owtng to the tirele?*
j efforts of 'the soldiers all the rebels
,have now aurrendered. The order aays
"I especially wiah to express my
? .de to the Irish regimente whiefl
BBV? so largeiy helped to cruth the
Hr il nnabla to refar in the pre*e~.t
'order, General Maxwell says. to the
galiant behavior ol the men, but ?
i presses his admiration for a amall de
itachment whieh, while convoyir I
imunitioi:, 4vas attacked
B eplendid defence of
Ithree and one-holf days, dui Dg 1
its leadors were rtruek do4vn, the da
jtachment delivered the ammunition
EXPECT CONVICT'S AID
IN ARNOLD SEARCH
! Police Think Way Will Bc Found
to Release Olenorris.
[Pretn i H;ifT Curriapn-irtent of V-e TMbBBM )
Providcnce, R. I., May 8. Not unlesa
the Rhode Island Board of Parole gives
him his frcedom will CoBl et I
Glenorris point nut the grave of Dor
Thia ho flatly told the board at *he
hearing yesterday afternoon. Rhode
laland'a authoritlea will permit him lo
go to New York only if lio conren'.s
to return to thia state and eervo cut
the $50 fine attached to his preacnt.
eertenre for forgery
The parole board, after a eloaed J"
eion that lasted nearly four hoBIB, re
Uused to accept GlaBOITia'fl tcrms. The i
bonrd 441:! meet m the liovernor'.i
nfflro again to-morrow morning, andi
It is expeeted that a way of avoiding
the legal technlcality barring a par. ?
wlil be found, and by nightfall the
man who believes he helped dispoae of
Dorothv Arnold's body probablj
be on Bia 4vay to New York and the!
Glenorria has been prnmi?ed eom-;
pUte lmmunity for the crime whieh
BC "ave he helped BOBBBllt. Thia im
munity, the New York police state, will
hold good whether or not the confed
erates in the alletred Arnold BBUrder
J.HE final choice of
those who investigate
Jfi/ou havc apianowhkh is not iaiitfactory,
let us make you a propotition to ri ehangc xt
for a Mason t) HamJin.
is iit'tb \4finir, al Stnd StreaM
iiii..ian> BAM ?r auOOggen rot orar* ruhOB
OGORMAN TO RETIRE
AT END OF HIS TERM
.Vnator in Statement Says He
Will Not Seek Renominatinn.
Washington, May .1 Scnator .lamei
\ n't.ormnn arill not be a randidat*
for re-eleetion to the I'nited Statei
tO, at the ni'\l BenatOrial elertum
This statement, jjiven out over thr
Beaatar'a aigaatare, rauvr.i a arlale ?t(i
in Wauahlagton t" iiight.
"I hara declded," aa).* the statement,
"not to accept the nomination for re
flcct'4n to the Sena'e. When niy term
expirea on March 4, 1017, I ahall have
completed un uninterrupted publir
F-rrviro of twenty-fotir yeais, eighteen
yenra n .lu.lge nnd a1\ xears aa BOBB
tor My per^onal affairs now reauir*
and ahould receiva mv nndivided attcn
t .mi "
Mr. O'Gormaa said Int.r that he had
been eontemplating thia itep foi- Bome
time. li'- aid he had no motiva foi
4 praitiae in
New Vork State. Hia action, he ai
.. had nothing to lo ith the
B aa admin 14-tration or with Tani
Mr. d'tJorman won Wide reputatior
Whila in the Senate, to xvhich he was
eleeted after a sevrnty-four day's dcHd
loek in the N>4V Vork Legislature fi ? e
yeara ago Previoaa to hia elrctinn
rie had BOrved on the Supreme Court
bench of New York.
OF TAX FRAUD CHARGES
Keating Demands McAdoo Make
[B, ? T'.' Trt'"ina fu:r??'i 1
Washington, May 8. (u'ling on Ser
, rctary McAdoo to explain why he has
; not made publie th< income tax returna,
j Representati4 e Keating, of (olorado,
1 introduced to-day a resoljtion propoi
. ing an ir.vestigation ef the chargn
made by Raul Manly, an inveatigator
for the Industrial Relations Committee,
thnt thc government is beir.c defrauded
of $300,000,000 a year in Income taxes.
Mr. Keattntr polnted out to-night
that. while tha law waa optioaal a* to
whether income tn\ ret.irns ahall he
made publie, it wns the opinion of Mr
Manly that on. reaaon why the govern?
ment'lces thia fHOti.oOO.iiOO a year is
thal the return^ ?re kept serret. If rx -
eryona in a community knew, he pointed
,ust how miirh income tax hia
ne'ghhor was paving, there would be
. murh more l'i.eral puymn.'.".
reaolut'.on was referred to the
! committee ..n ex.oenditures in the
..rv DepaitCfl it aati Mr. Keating
will ask for hearinge on it.
TELLS 0F EL D0RAD0
PIGHT NEAR ASHEVILLE
Prospector Reports Three Yeins
in North Carolina.
TVrf-ii - tn . ? : .
Aahaaille, N. C, May ?. That Bun
a Caanty, of which Asheville is the
la destined to become a second
Kl Dorado is the opinion of W. S. Froc
?hat he has ur.covered
three veina of gold on Rrown's Moun
tain, near randler. ahour fourteen mile*
from Asheville. The three reina, accord
ir.g to an aaaayer'a teat, run $17, Jd.1
ar.rl $1.">7 to the ton.
Mr. Proctor had been looking for tel
ea in Wcatein North Caro
? ction. etarted a pro?
Bpeeting tnp which led him eventua
to Broa n' '?'.
Before tha I i f< 11 a gol I .: 131 'here
was consideral'le gold mininp, in
ern North Carolina, and seolo^iata say
???''tion to the (Jeorgia line.
DR. 0 A. QUINBY DIES AT 84.
OMeal Alamaaa of S. T. 1. Madicall
umnua of New York
Medical Sehool, Pr. Gi
A Quinby, ...
? rday at his home. He
wai boi ? !' ? L, on March
I, 1832, and xv.. '"rom the
< ork L'nivi 1 eal Sehool
II'- 44a.- apnointed aui 1 the
atatf of New Vmk II"' j ... 1 9M. In
thc folloxving year he left thia eity and
: al Morriatown until i"'.i,
he ioined ? ? l.uke's
? il ln thia city. H<- a..
ea in this city from 18 to 1867
r' 21 Eaal Thirty-eighth stree* On
arcouna of the health of hia wife, for
merly Mira M;.ry Gamblc Sneden. whom
he married in 1864, he bought Onk Hlll
in Loudon County, \'n., xvnich xvaa at
Be the home of Pri'id?n* Mri'i
roo. He lived there from 1870 te 1886,
oerupying himself with the care of his
and in srientific pursuits. At
this time he becama a member of th..
State Agriculfural Bociety of Virginia.,
Pr. Quinby travelled nhroad exteaaive
ly. and bought a plantation at Sl A 1
gustine, Kla., where he rpent hia win-'
Binc* 1886 he had reaided chiefly in
ty, He 44a.-4 a member of tha
Metropolitan ' lub He left a wife
and two grandchildren.
CLAREGETS 17 YEARS;
INN0CENT. HE SAYS
Court Intimates Wife Slayer Oot
James J. Clare, who was eonv.rted of
manslnughter in the flrst degree for
killing his wife, Mra. Ida ("lare, was
yeaterday aenteneed to not leas than
lighl year? and three HOBtht'BOr more
?han Beveataen year*' impriaonment hy
\ an Biclen, in tha y.ieena
. ounty Supreme ( ourt. Whe i BBBOd if
ie had enytbing to say, (lare repliod:
"I am irmocent. Ood Vnowi that I
In passing aentence Juatiee Van fic
tl I jury might well have found
lare guilty of a much higher degree of
He aaid ha waa doubtful If h.
.nre a BOBtOBOe to Al the
d was cool throughout tr.e
ly following the ienter.ee i
he priioner atarted for Biag Sing. i
lOOT M0N! *WEE BIT
0* SC0TCH IN?700 T0NS
iude Shlp Tuscania Brings Mak
ings of 18.288.000 Highballs.
Well, eheet up nnd r.ote what the
s brought in yesterday. Seven
undrcd tona of Scotch whiskey no,
Ot casea or barreli, but tona repoaed ,
nuclv in her nold. The drouth that
Manhattan of late is de
ara aummoned to the i
? ttlaa "? :.
Btiff <>nea to a t
I good sh:p Tuacania brought t
he mak -gs o' acme 18,288 .--otch t
Waiterl Another ronnd ef th* tams, i
la*vaa> ./ 4
IRISH HERE AGREE
Praise Heroism of 4 Men
Who (iavc Their Lives
for Island's Cause.
Says f-ngland's Adion Will
Cause Thousands of nnrmics
to Risc Agalnst Her.
Iriah Arnericana who eould not aere"
on the wisdom of the revol* in Dublm
V4are unanimous in praising the hero
| ism of the men who gave their live*
i in the Tower of London for their
ctuise. Statementa made yesterday
showed a varying degree of anger
acainst Fngland, while all agreed that
tha present revolt, futile thought it
had been, would aid the movement.
Juatice Daniel F. Cohalan did no*
j hesitate to rall the execution of the
j four revolutionists r.iurder. He aaid
I that thia ad would result in atill fur
i ther cementlng tho Irish together in
I ti-.eir opposition to Engliah rule.
"Kngland haa agatn ahown herself in
her true colors and eommltted a
1 coloasal blunder and an atrocious
1 erime," he said. "Her mtirder of
Pi-arae, Connolly, Clark and Mac
Denagh haa added four riamea to the
' long list of Irish martyrs and plare I
four add.tional names among tha Irish
iB perishablea. Thay were gullty, Ifl
Fr.gland'a eyea, of the unpardonable
offenca of loving their country and
[ they have bravely gone to thalr death
for Deland's aake.
"Will Make War More Bltter."
"But Fngland ha* rerkoned badly if"
she tlnnks that aueh work will atrike
terror to Irish hearta. For every man
thua done to death, thouianda of others
4v,l! spring up. her implacahle enemie*.
determined to do all they can to brintt
to an end her unholy reign of tyrranv
Robert K. Ford, editor of "Tha Irish
World," aaid the executiona would only
? -. ?? r,, make tho war between Ireland
an.l Fngland more bitter.
"Tha Irish revolution )s beir.jr mn
eted according to tha nilea of civil
?.vnrfarr," he .leclared. "Pearse
H a prisoner of war and should have
been treated ea each. To ahoot him
doivn waa a piere. of baae BTUtality, ar-I
?a ill no doubt eauaa reprisals from the
people, of Ireland. Pearse, llkc Wash
. represented a people throwing
off The yoke of Kngland. Washington
VOald have been ?hot down like Pearse
BBd ho fallen into the hands of th^
Jl rerniah A. O'I.eary, direetor of the
| Iriafc S .rietiea of New York,
Baid tha men who signed the declara
tion of tha reoublic knew that tha
I I to failure and that
rere wnting their own deatb war
? I i es? men kn*w their efTorts would '
fail," Mr. 01 earv added, "bai
urre ? i- for immediate rr
tnltl ! bl ?? . ' 'B plare the cause
Of Ireland betorr the 4vorld like a
tbunderbolt. Thay have aueceeded.
The European uar has been forgotten
f(.r one 4veek. and when at its end the
conecienee of mankind ee.mes to an
awakaning the world in ita desire lo
;nd war by retnovinjr its present cause*
... | r. member Ireland because the
blood ot' theee men and the sacrifices
".r guilant aasociates will cry
t allfl Iluaincsa Fnolish.
Justice .John I-oid, of the Supreme
Court, aaid laat night: "I don't. eare
to comment, exrrp' t.> e\pr**s my ?or
row over the whole foolmh business."
In an editoriai to appear ifl the next
issue of The i.aelic American" John
De4 oy sa-. s :
"These men were murdered, and It?
land heSr* thia war is o\er will ?
a heavy toll for the butchery. I rer*
man of them wa* taken in arms, wear
ing a uniferaB. and were soldiers of an
army. That arm.v will be rer>r
I a- Hure ae the sun will r
morrow, ar.d will capture many Hritish
4,,:H..rs aad eflcera. otTicers will, ef
be selected to pay the p.
...' I -land's ruthles.i ir.urd.T of Irish
officers, arill be duly bronght before a
court martial, duly tried and executed
by a firiag ->! UVd. This la the law of
war. England has been murdering
? :i for seven centuriea with im
punity, but her day of docm is steadily
J'.hn D. Mnore. national seeretary
of the Friends of Irish Froedom, said:
"These exerutinns they rari proper
ly be eallad murders prove that Kng?
land to-day is the aarne cruel Fngland
that first covered its Iriah victiins with
pltch before burning them; that
manarled ita aubjecta ln In.lia who
i tn freedom to cannon-mouth*
nnd blew them to atonis. And it is the
i<ame Kngland that to-day i* using her
.-n atest endeavnr to stHrve and .te
? troy every human being of all ages,
IBxeC and conditions in Germany. Aus
Urla arid Hungary."
DETECTIVES SHOOT TWO
BOYS IN CAR BATTLE
^air Dying Gang Tried to Steal
from Hoboken Frelght Train.
Two boys, one aeventeen ar.d the oth
?r onlr =e\en, were severely wounde'.
ast night, when the gang to whieh
.- I aftempted to steal mer
??e from a West Shore freight
rain in Hoboken. Railroad deteetlve
're.l upon them when the thieves 'r'.e \
o rescue one of their number who had
Jiseph Rossitto, aeventeen. of 423
ackson Street, with a bullet in his
pine, and James De Posait, aeven, of
II Jacksnn Avenue, with a ball in his
iver. are in Bt Vircent's Hecaital. It
t doubtful whether either will recover.
The gang boarded the train t ear
rwelfth Street, but were beaten off by
he deteetlree. At Kighth Street thev
gain cllmbed aboard, opened the door
f a boxcar and began throwing out it
Hiirry Timbell arre**ed one, but the
I on him. toob 1. - ? ? ?. .e.
I were hai ? .- ? ? when
: trrfered. Bcec
r.-d e!e-.en ahota from hia autoraatic *
nd the tl.ieves fled, leaving Bossitto h
ri the De Poisit b'jy wounded.
Tiaabel] ar.d Baarhler were *rr+"+<\ ,:
nd three other detectlvee oa tbe train . *
? 4..i- m liaanaa. ' 4
2 CLAIM $19,000 RECLUSE LEFT
Sleter end AdopteH Paiifhler of Kar
Karl Srhmidt, who died tn Rellevai
Hoapltal two yeara ago, a BBBBOae*
paup<'r. pfter leading tha lif0 "' n rn,
? in a Bowery lodglng bou ie, U '
i,,n eatata of $ni.ii?. Thia la tha ralai
I plare.l on tha pi"i" rty of Behmldt bj
1 William M. Hoea, puhlic fldmilt
in a r.port. to the Siirt'".-:'!" ;' Court.
It waa belleaod at flret thnt the en
tate of the rerlna.. umi'.l n vert to th*
bec IBB8 Of ii" living kin or heii
at law However, tWO rlaimants hav<
loppenred. and Surrogate Pewler mua
declda to whom tha property ia to go
Th. two claimants are Mra. Bmlian
Malay, a Wldew, livlng at Frark'ort
? . i the-Main. (Jermanv. who aaya she ii
0 lleter of Behmldt, and Mra. Karnlinn
1 nk, of Mfl WTeat 144th Street, whoa.
eUim a thal "he araa tha adoptetl
daughter of Sch midt and his wife.
Mra. I.ink'a itory is that in l"1t
j after th. Schmldt (-"iiplp lost their onl]
laoa, (harlea Behmldt, they wern with
? nt any relativcs in this country, and
Mra. Link, being unmarried at the time
was re-i'iest^d hy them to hrrome their
adoptea daughter. Tha Behmidta both
Ipromised te leave her their property
when they died.
AT IRVING PLACE
"Wctterleuchten" Olven Fine
Performance by (/erman Co.
The theme of Strindherg's "Wetter
leurhten" ("Heat-I.lghtning" I, xvhieh
i wns performed at the Irving Placo The
? atre last night, ia a s'orm which
i threatens tha aerene exiatence of hu
, man beinga, holds a rnenace of revonl
ing the ahyaaea of the human heart
aad then paaeea o(T without th. llght
ning baviag atriKK. Tha hunwn Btorm
ia played agalnit a hsckground of
thonder and hent lightning en an
A retired offir;,,], wheaa wife h.xi left
him after draegine his name through
? ?-.urt j. has receaeiled him
' *aity of nge. t'ha''.-e deerea4
rifa and nar lecond husband
rorn* <0 llve in lodginga ahove hia. Her
i huahaml BBBltreaU bl r aad tre ehild
of her firat marriage, and It is in theao
t rirrumstanres that ahe again mceta the
? firat huahand.
He renu! Bl her, bu! whei
huahand hns fled, ia ralieved '<> learn
8 "f hia mothrr in the r
itisfaetioi ? ? ?
th *he thn
tiairedv aad ti'.'1 autumn ah
Pl 4 pla 1 replete a ith the irony
ncfero, ?rd the brillianl I'erformnnce
dar the direction of Rtidolf
Chriatiana bringa out r.ot only tl
8it| af ? .:. which .
?ea ure Buapended, i'ut tha light
? teuchea which distii guiah a di i
and a ereal I el aractera from a
stage earpei ter
Mr 1 hriatiaaa, as tha orT.cia!; Emst
Holsnagel, aa hia brother, and particu
larly wllly Wnj, a' a neighborfng con
fertioner. deserva hig'n rnnimenda'ion.
I Grete Meyer gave an exe per
formanee of th*
Chriatiana was entirely adequata as
U. S. READY TO BUY
DA.NISH WEST INDIES
Oeal, Nearlv Concluded, Soon
To Bc Acted On.
- H .-1
Washington, May I, A new i.egotia
t:on to purchaae tho Dam ;!i \\ est
Indies is nearlv eoneluded, aad ?oon
will be BUbmittod to the Sena
'he Panlsh Purliament. This deal has
been blaeked aeveral r.mes hy tierman
influanca al 'he Daniah eourt, although
Penmark, the United Stafci and the
inhabitanta of the ialaada have favored
It ii urdera'oor) that SeCiatary Lan
ling and Miniater lirun of Penmark
have been discu.asing th<4 purchase for
aeveral moaths. Th? ? -.rcure
,-imultaneou.s ratification, and put the
treaty through :n a aiagla cxecutixe
sesaion o'' tln- BeBBt '.
The islaada rnver Btl crea of about
188 iq 1 lie aim
the Int of thc steamahip
r" itea rom 1 ? rpool inama
i.nd from New York to 1 r
I f'roix and '
Saint Thon . I
Irish "President" Was a
School Teacher and
U. S. AS SOCIALIST
Other Executed Leaders Long
Identlfied with Slnn
Patrick H. Pearse, the "provisional
Preslden* of Ireland," executed ln Lcn
? don yesterday, was about thirty-threo
or thirty-four years of age, and w.g
: known m Ireland as an authority o .
Gaelic literature. He started in llf*
aa a barrister, but devoted moat of
j his time to literary and edueational
1 pareaita. For some time he was editor
. of "The tiae'.ic Journal," in Dublin,
' and later founded St. Endas School.
whieh he ronducted up to the time of
i the BlBB I-ein rebellion.
Pearse had many friends In the.
FJaited States. He lectured in thia
] country on Irish Ideals and Gaelic
' literature, tha proceeds of hi* lecture*
goitig to the support of his school.
i Tho head of the Sinn Fein reheilion
wm the son of an F.nglishman, but
waa himself born and educated in Dub
' Iin. He wa* unrr.arried.
Jam.'s Connolly hved for several
. in Now York, where iie.waa ni
liva as a iociali?t and labor agitator.
He returned to Ireland about f.vo
years ago to aid in organiiing tha Irii-h
labor party. Connolly was about fifty
ii'j'i of age, and was self-ed.,
H? waa the author of a book entitlod
"Labor in Irish History," published in
iiublin, and was editor af a labor paper
in that city. ealled "The Irish Worker."
He waa ih? father of eight children,
all of whom, as well aa his wife, sur
' vivo him.
Thomas MarDonagh wa.* a ctoae av
I sociate of Pearao'a and a highly edu?
cated man. He was for eorae time aa
liatant profoaaor of Engllah Literstari
in the National University of Ireland,
bul raatgBad to bacoaae assistant to
Pearse ln St Kndas school
Thomas J. ( lark waa one of the lead
er.< in the Keman conspiracy of the
tarly eijrhties. He was arre'sted and
aentenced to life imnrisonment. but
was releaaed after serving fourteen
real \;'-er a short visit to Amenca
BC returned tO Dublin. 4vhere he ODenad
11 tobaeea Itore. Clark married ah*
?er ef Mayor John Daly in Lim
eriek, another of the Fenian leaders.
He ia BUrvlved by his wife and four
May |; James Connollv
rly B labor leader in thi*
city, '? raa aaid Ib Iriah eirde.* here
to-day. He waa aclive here about Ten
auro and wrote a book entitled
"Soeialiam Made Eaajr."
riolly tour.'d 'he country in the
interest cf a socialist pronaganda, it
indar the auapieea of the
? ? irty.
NEW SHIPS OFFSET
LOSSES BY BRITISH
Ralance War's Casualiies in
Number and Tonnage.
London, May .'!. - Karl Curzon, I.ord
Prlvy S?al, announced in the House ot
!...nis to day that 4S0 enemy ehips had
been detained, saized or eaptured by
the Allies in all part* of the world
the beginmng of the war.
Elarl CnraoB added that it was an
eneonraging fuet and a i-urioue eoinci
- that the Britiah merchant ships
rough war operations were ex?
aetly balanced in number and tonnage
by the ne4v ^rrps adied to the register
during the v,;,r.
England Has Her Pound
of Flesh, Says Leslie
Irisl. Mitor, Mourning for Colleagues, Declares II
Would I Iave Been Glorious if She Had
Not Taken All Due Her.
Shane I.eslie, the Irish editor and
BBther, apoko last r.ipht at the Collega
of St, Francia Zavier on Ccltic re
., but. as the .Iesi.it father who
introdueed him SBid, there waa a "smile
Ofl hia facc and a tear in h;s |
r>nly two hour* before he mounted tlie
nlatform he received a ncesaije t.
mrn ai the execution in Kngland of two
if his closest friends and colleagues.
H. Pearae, "proviaioaal pr> ?
of the Iriah republic," and Thomas
MacDonagh, B poct, a I a had - ,
he rcpubliean proclan...'
Just onee durmg his iecture did he
nention the liisastrous tevolution, ..nd
hat was \4hen he said: "Forgtve me
f my spirit doea not seem to bo here
o-night. I have just reeaived word
hat two dear fnendi of mine havo
>een eseCBted, and their fnces are al
ray* before me." A mvrmur of sym
iathy awept from the audience, his
hroke aad it WU a moment be
ore )ie eould rontinue; and th' I
itarted abruptly on blfl npie.
M.iurns f.ir I olleague.
Hut before his Iecture hc waa found
n the barc. white waliod rooms of ono
f the priesta, tr> Lag to atudy hia
mtee aad forget, foi the moment, the
ate of two of the men he had studi?d
.ith at Cambridge and labored with
or Iriah nationahsm; the two men
those idea!* had been his ldeaia, ard
, hr.ae peaau he knew and loved.
Talklng, as though in soliloquy, he
old of their aifociation ln tho Gaelio
.eague, where one of Pearse's rulca
or the boy.s in the ichool was, "Hc
.oy ahall kill a butterfly," and of
lacDor.agh'i poetry ii l denunei
a r. ?
had a chance to
how that she had no tair.t of T.
lood. P would have been a g. ?
ay far her if, ii riew of tha Ii ab sol
;ers in the field and the iniuatices of
ie past, ihe nad not taken afl that waa
M laBf. But England h*j takaa ___
pound of fle?h, and w* shall not keai
the last of it in our life.
"Pon't thlnk that I am pro German
I have huned my brother ur.d half ol
my roiative< m France, where they died
Aghting for the Allies. because they felt
'.'...? reutoniam 44.,, tha greater menac?
and that small nations were in danger
Tho Nationalists of Ireland willingly
nut aaide theii own cauae. and I ha'. e
beard that they were goaood into thii
rebeili-ni by Fngland's thn-ats |
arm them. It ia Fngland's greatest
blunder. And this is the greB'ext blow
ah. has ever atruck againat berself in
"Kngland had the logical right to
kill Pearse; Germany probably has a
logical right in this war, but Ireland la
againat logrc. Kngland was justifi.d
in a way, but it is like the Latin
proverb that says th. higheit juitice
ia often timei the highest injustice.
ln this caso ihe ahould have ahown
elemasey. We feel now that we have
b*en dmitten in th* faco, and that
feeling will laat lontf.
"Tha three men, Pearse, M.irPon
agh and Plunkett Joseph Plunk-tt,
who has been BOBtoneed to prison 1,
were very ,jear to me. All of them
wr. heaut:ful poetry; they had no
practleal aer.se and no money a.nie.
I know that because I was dir.etor of
Hool. They were three idealists.
-. mean to say that they were
not guilty, for thev were guilty, and
*o wa* Caraon. Ie aowerf the wmd
and we reaped the whirlwind. We
had won home role by eonstitutional
methoda, and it waa taken from ua by
force, and after that there wa* no law
Heard On The Boardwalk
At Atlantic City
Let-S drop in somewkerG ond
have a nip of UffjjfeT^OCk
F WATER *
WITH MACHINE GUNS
Squad in Training to Protect
Brooklyn Munition District.
Machine gun practice has been car
ried on for the last two weeks by s
i picked squad seleoted by Captain Oil<
\ len from the police of the 143d Pro
: cinct. The fact that the di.trict cov
I ered by this precinct takes in thal
part of Brooklyn bn'iest in the man i
i facture of ammumtion is aaid to have
cauaed tha orgar.ization o:' thia new
squad. The men are being dr
tha tVaval Hattalion armory,
aaeOBd Street and tha ba\
I BBtaln lame* Gillea eaid !a?t night:
"I 'lid not intend that it should bo
known. You s."-, || ia cntireiy out of
th" reirular preparrdn.-'s drilla in other
' precinct.*, and I thougi t it best to aay
nothing about the new squad."
Ihe g-jn the men nave b.-en using
fire* six hundred shots a minute, is
af French mantitactin ?
on three atundards. Two men op
NICE OLD LADY ALL
UPSET BY DOPE RAID
I >iiHniie,| from paje |
detectives. and when the door was
opened a triflc they raahed in.
"Help!" Nice Old Lady'a L'ne.
In a cozy rockinar chair near the w n
do4v sat a nice oid lady the I ce old
lady with her knittint- in her lap
"Are you Mrs. Farmer?'' asked Judge
and Haekett and Erb. Then the lady
made her only public stv.err.cnt.
"Help!" she annnunced, violentlv.
"Help' Rurg!ar?! Ilelp-help! Police."
"We're in the wrong flat," Jodgc
. i tlackett and F.rb decided. for they
were wily detectives. "Don't holler
anv more, ma'am. We are the po!;ce,
and we are <ro,n;r right away."
Hut the old ladv corit.nued to call
for the poiiee nnd he militia and
? - thinga long after they had cloaed
the door ar.d fled.
Across the hall the Baeaaenger story
worked to better advnntage. and the
three forced their 'uv .
into the bedro'.ni. arhere Mr. and
Parmer were reposir.g. Two bot
tlea of heroin we~e on a table at the
Theso were eonflecated and
.1 d hi* wife awakened. Both
appeared to be |n a Btupor, and it was
with diffieulty that they were made to
- and accompany the di" tivei \
search ot the apartment d -
other h?roin DOttlCB, (Ivc hypodermic
needlee and a lyringe and numerou*
packagen. or "decks," of cocaine.
Fourth Artked ?o Join Part>.
Tha detectives then proe.
stairs to the third flor ind arte.l aa
meascnger* until Mra, RoBCIta Men
ges Corwia-Hill-Tearle'a door opi-ned.
I ? ni as they told > thej I
wer,-. 'hc former "Pearl of Sheep
Hav" began ta hav.> byataric Sob*
bing and shriekir.^-, she Btumbled along
the hall toward tne bathroom, attempt
ing to leap into the rnnm and lork the
door. She was tryir.g to pour tha.eOB
tents of a bottle into the washbasin
when they gragped her. The vial ahe
held caont.iir.ed Bei
Acrording to Detactive Judge, the
? collapsed utterly when she waa
"You can have anythir.g you want
if you'Il let me go," she begge.i. and. it
is alleged, otfered Judg.' a diamond
rir.g whieh she wore in exchange for
erein bottle he he! l Bhe was
taken upstaira to the Farmer apart?
ment, where Josephine Martin was re
quested to join the party. One bottle
of heroin 4vas found in her flat. The
!age 'hen proeeedel to the West
th Street B4 >n and
from thero to the West S.de Court,
where the-/ wai\ed examina'ion and
had bail rixed by Magiatrate Harlow.
&ETS WORKHOUSE STAY
FOR SHOW INVITATION
O.rl t'mphatically Refuscs Af
felta's Kind Offer.
Fr.ink Affelta, of 18 Spring Street,
uw pretty eighteen-year-old ;
Behrman, of 660 Water Street, atanding
res'erday afternoon at Fourth Avenue
urteenth Street. He strolled
"You look lonesome," the gir! aays
ie told her. "Pon't you want to go
io a ahow ?"
She did not. So empha.ic waa her
?efusal. in fact, th.-.' Affelta found him
lelf last night before Judir- Ten Fyck
n *he Men's Night CoBrl He got three '
h in the workhouse.
W. & J 5
RUGS FOK S
FIFTH AVENUE A!
VVinners March to City
Hall Plaza, Escorted
by Honor Squad.
vor Mitche! presented a ada
terday to tWBBtf I ?? rremb*n
Mra Dep'xrtmer.t for nr t( ? ?-?.
performed in 1916. The prer.
took p'.aee on the plaza ia frOB1
| ? Hall and
ofTina'a and thouaanda of I -??? ?
\ BOOa tha medal men.
the Fira Department ban.l a
"Honor Squad," eonaiating i
than one hundred tireme. . marchrd
into City Hall ParK. Tha
Commiisioner Robert Ada
John Kenlon and tha
Board of Merit, a^ ait*
? of the City Hall. Niaa
. | WOBt to t:rem< B foi r '.r?geom
Plfteea me.ta!s wer* (r#
! to memhera af tha I -
tion of Fngine ( ompany N'o. :
for efnciency in dril! and evolu'. on.
? adm n.s'.r i . ?,? -en for
ment of tne force, \4as ;
,!.on (hief Geor?- 18, who
'ed the ichool for Bfl
The James Gomon Boaaetl medal
anu a depertment medal 44
T. Daaiela, of Hook n-d Leddei
pany No. M, who on JaxBBSI
. Isadore ar.d Soph:e V.
::. a " 11 I 1 ;"". " ' I
department m.-dal la ltl4.
The Ronner medal and a Deperttaent
medal were awarded tO Fravk G_. Row*,
of Hook aad Laddi t 0 mpaaj
hravery in z into the h
?ober without a -
hcitnet and rescuing a sfvedore who had
er ome by sulphur fumc
ar-Warren meeal and a I
ment medal weat to Darid J. Ol 1
Hook an.i Ladder Compaay 15. wh
cued a brother f;rem<4 Ftrong
irtmenl m. dal ?
Parka, of Hook and 1
Compaay Sl, for carry:ng a man to
down a sraling ladder fr
Thirty-aiXti. Street, last Novenr
. Wertheim medal for pi 1
? rk and eonduct aa a .
an, of Ilon'.. BBd L*'l .'
1, fa . on in the ?
\4.rk at the suhxvay llre on .Iar.
:.4-ay and rif' I
North S ??
lya, Uat Novembar, where ?
? loat their
The Iiur ? , dfl
... 1 *
ten and Walsh stuck I
11 ath them ai l ' they
Captain .lam.'. Bherloeh,
ar.| I.ruller (ompai y 2, was BU
1 .'ii?i for '? - 4
Bubway Ira en Bioadaaj
at a memant iater than ?
Moran ln descerding
fl led subway and aaaial I '
work of reacua until all
awarded to I'aplain fawr.'
Guire, of Hook and I a . i. r I
12, for niain'.aimng tne moat afl
? . | BOI I
'ment for a year. ( .
?e is on the ral 1
lfonorahl. mentjon araa made ef fl 8
than fifty liremen f.1 r
fered, and peeial menl a
of Rattalion Ch.ef Charlei
iBffeetad thi tha de*
partment of 'he electrically
centrifugal pumpa for
ln nreaentinp the modala
1 eoBgntalated I
1 .1 '. '-nr af ea?
and achievemei I Ha eommei le | |
1 "on for lowering I .
avera... ' ? ? - '" re and tha
age oi co>' per cxpita to thi
i'"i'imis<ii)i>r Aoamaon deta
hiatory of each awar1 ta 1
ELECTED PRESEDENT; DIES
I few minutes after he ha
? preaident of th. St. Parnitas
.ird. in Ni-?
m H McKenaie, county ph
of Eaees, was smi'ten xv.th aaralyaia
while nt'.ing at the board tabl.
hia brother physiciani. He died two
It was not until th. membera of the
body arose after the annual eli
that they notieed that Pr M<-Kenzie
was unable to move. He wai carr.' : te
a privnte room in the hospital, w!:e:a