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THE SUN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
$T HANDS OF CROWDS!
Meetings Hrokcn l'p nml Two
Women Narrowly Ksciipc
WT OUTRAGES CONTINUE
-Mrs. Vniiklinrst, Committed for
Trinl, ltcfuses to Ent
Special Cable Despatch to Tim Sen,
London, Fob. 211. The worm seems to
have, turned, Tho Krltish peoplo who
havo been meekly listening to women's
HUftrago arguments by Mrs, Kmmpliiu;
Pankhurst nml her followers, nml who
liavo as meekly endured the. outrages or
those women seem nl Inst to hnvo had
enough of It and uprisings against tlu
militants are reported to-night from nil
ovpr tho kingdom.
Mrs. Flora Driimmnnd (tho fioncraP
and Mrs. Xnngwill wcrp compelled to
abandon a meeting nt Worthing to-night
because of violent interruptions,
Tho Mayor appealed in vain to the
audience to give the women a hearing,
but the crowd howled and sang and de
molished the yellow banners with tho
legend "Votes for Women." They became
so demonstrative that the leaders of the
women were compelled to make their
escape from tho hall through a side door
while their followers had to take refuge
in the pollen station from 3,000 people
who hustled them through tho streets.
The police roscuisl two women that
the crowd wns trying to duck in a horso
A crowd to-night wrecked a suffragette
bookstnll in tho Wnllonll market place
while four militants who wero parading
with sandwich boards at Leigh-on-the-Sea
wero hustled about severely. Two
were struck and injured.
Miss Annlo Kenney, another of the
militant leaders, who was trying to hold
a meeting at Southampton, had to aban
On the other hand the outrages con
tinued. A woman was arrested at mid
night on tho Wimbledon lawn tennis
grounds, whoro the international matches
aro held She had two gripsacks. Ono
contained parnftlno and tho other in
flammable materials. She refused to
give her name. It is supposed that sho
is a suffragette who "was prpparing to
burn the stands.
Many mail boxes at. Nottingham were
filled with phosphorus to-night and
when the letter bags were opened at
the sorting station they burst into flames.
A largo number of tho letters were de
stroyed. Mrs. Kmmeline Pankhurst. who was
arraigned at Kpsom to-day liecau.se of
her acknowledgment of responsibility
for tho bomb explosion at David Lloyd
George's house at Walton Heath and
who was committed for trial, refused
to pat tho tirst meal set before her in
Holloway prison. Her daughter Syl
via is nlready on a hunger strike in the
Mrs. Pankhurst was sent to jail after
her hearing because she refused to re
iterate her pledge, of good Iwhavior
Mrs. Pankhurst said she would be will
ing to pledge her good behavior for a
week or a fortnight, but refused to make
any siicli promise, if remanded until tho
s'ltnmer assizes, which start about tho
middle of May.
"If I am remanded to jail as a prisoner
I Avill bo in an absolutely unfavorable
position from which to prepare my de-
li'nce." she said, her voice trembling
jierilou-ly close to tears.
"I shall not get a lair trial anyway, so
1 shall accept punishment Irom the be
ginning "1 shall go on a hunger strike immedi
ately, anil if I live to lie tried maybe it
will bo as a dying woman."
she ended in tears, bobbing and wail
ing so that all in tho court room could
ETCHING SELLS FOR $3,675.
Artist One of Pollnlllh. Ilrnther
I'liiiuiiia In I'lflrenlh Cenlur).
.special I able Despatch to Tub Sin
I.onihin, Feb. L'6. At a sale of etch
ings and engravings by old masters at
Chrlst'C's to-day the "Combat of Ten
Nude .Men," by Antonio I'olllaulo, sol'l
l'oilaiulo was the popular name of
the brothers Antonio and Hern ill Jacob
Hencl. Florentines, who contributed a
great ileal to Italian art In the fifteenth
lentury. They were called Pollalulo b.
caUFo their father was a poulterer. An
tonio was distinguished as a Jeweller,
painter and engraver and did valuable
service in the art of enamelling. Ills
St. Christopher and the Infant Christ"
Is now In the Metropolitan Museum In
Durer s "The Large Passion," "Tho
Apocalypse" and "The I.lfo of tho Vir
gin." bound together In parchment, sold
PRELATES LEAVE SAN JUAN.
rarillnnl I'nrlrr anil I'arlj- llrtorn.
Ilia; tn iy York.
Special Cable DeipatcH to Tna Sls
Kan Jian, P. It., Feb. 26. Cardinal
Farley and the other New York prelates,
who have been here for several days,
sailed for home to-day on the steamship
Jtrazoi. The Spanish colony gave a ban
(juet to the Cardinal last night.
delegation of Democrats, Including
Mr Dudley, a member of the Natlonul
Committer, -are also passengers on tho
Hrazos. They are on their way to
CHINA TO DROP SIX POWERS.
Unpen to Kllinlnatr (ironp Kntlrrl)-
From 1'lnanrlal .Matter.
Special Cable On patch to Tnr. Son.
London, Feb, 27. A despatch from
I'eklu to the 7)alj Teletjrnph says
China Is about to take an Important
decision In financial matters which will
i mull the complete, elimination of the
six Power group.
VALUABLE FRESCOES FOUND.
llli'iiv-r In Vntlenn Mailt to lie
I'ra nKclleo'n Work.
special Cable llnpatch In Tnr 9i;n
ItoMi:, Feb, !!fi, During repairs In tho
aticHii In the chapel of Nicholas V,
friseoes wore dlecovrrcd which aie at
tributed by expert! to Fra. Angellco.
Quality Never Varies
REVIYES WAR SCARE
Pessimistic Article on Outcome
of linlknn Disputes Is
SNOW STOPS THE FK-HTIXO
Zero Wenther Prevails and
Transportation Has Iteeome
Special Cable Despatch to Thr Sin
1.0NPON, Feb. 27. Another uneonllrm
ablo rumor of fighting at llulalr is the
only indication of activity anywhere in
thp Dalkans. Zero weather prevails at
many points and transportation Is im
possible because of the deep snow.
Meanwhile, Vienna has been electri
fied by an article printed prominently
in the I'reimlvnbtatt, almost contradict
ing the bright outlook for peace made
by the Austrian Premier on Tuesday. It
draws a gloomy picture of the position
In the Halkans and Is pessimistic over
the differences between Itulgnrla and
Rumania over Slllstrla and also the
The paper urges its readers not
to lelleve that things are so hopeful
as was represented in the Premier's
statement. The public is now com
pletely bewildered over the situation.
The .Win' Frclc Prcaae describes the
Frrmffvibliff' article as a semi-official
polemic against ltaron Stuorgkh, the
Premier, which Is perhaps true, but it
does not' dispose of the fact that the
Prime Minister's statement was
prompted by Count von Ucrohtnld, the
Minister of Foreign Affairs, who has
been prominent all through the nego
tiations. The llciehxpnst continues to be op
timistic. It says Ilussl.i Is as re.i'lv
as Austria to demobilize on the frontier
and an .lllci.. announcement to that
effect will shortly appear In Vienna ami
St. Petersburg simultaneously.
The commentator of the (nfjy Tele
graph confirms the statement of the
Iteichspost nnd nserllx's the enormous
change for the lietter to the letter of
the Czar to Kmperor Franrts Joseph
This writer without comb scondlnc to
notice the article In the I'remdenlilatt
reiterates his previous statement and
warnings that all the Issues have not
yet been decided and holds that there
are serious possibilities, notwithstand
ing which he Is confident that the peace
of the Powers will not lie broken.
The Ambassadors will meet in Lon
don to-day and it Is understood they
will deal chiefly with the disagreement
between llulgari.i and llunitcnia. Ac
cording to the latest reports this con
tains a serious difficulty lecause while
Bulgaria has agreed to accept mo.ll
atlon unconditionally. Rumania will
accept it only on condition that Slllstrla
Is ceded to her.
PORTE'S GUARD INCREASED.
4in ernmenf l-Vurn Another Itevnlt
hy hp Viiiiiik Tnrki,
.special fable tietjmtcl. to Tnr Si
Constantinople, via Kcstkniue, Fob.
ml --The guard around the Porte ha
been doubled and cannon mounted out
side. The Government apparently fejrs
another coup by the Young Turk ex
tremists. K is uncnnflrmably slated that IiakUl
Pnha's mlslon to London wns to per
suade the Powers to support Turkey's
claim to Adrlanople. In which he failed.
TO MODIFY "GERMAN" MILLINERY.
penl lo Women In llennnner Vmr nt
Special Cable Denpalcli to Tint Six.
Hehlin, Feb. 1!6. Colonial Secretary
Solf has Issued an nppeal to German
women to renounce the use of birds of
paradise plumage In their millinery.
The Colonial (Jlllce Is doing Its ut
most to discourage the slaughter of
birds and Is raising the export duty on
birds which are killed In the German
"BOBS" HAS A SON-Itf-LAW.
Second llauRhtrr of I'ainnus Wnrrlor
Married tn Major l.eivli,
Ascot, Fngland. Feb. 26. Lady Kd
i wina Huberts, younger uaugnter oi
England's most famous living soldier,
Field Marshal Fail Huberts, was mar
ried to Mnjor Henry F. Lewis of the
Hoyal Artillery to-day. (lenerala und
other high otllcers thronged All Saints
Church to do hon.fr to their comrnde's
daughter. Younger otllcers and private
soldiers turned out In hundreds to cheer
their Idol, "Hobs."
The bride Is 37 years old. Her elder
sister, who Is 4.1 years old, unmar
ried, Is heiress to the earldom. When
in 1901 Queen Victoria elevated tho war-'
rlor lo the peerage she bole In mind the
fact that his only son died on the bat
tlefield of Colenso, and so the patent
provided that the F.arl'H daughters
should succeed him by special re
mainder. If Mrs. Lewis should have a son he
would succeed to tho title before his
aunt. Major Lewis, who Is II years old,
has seen a great deal of fighting and
commanos tno iv.n naitery or Itoyai
Field Artillery. King (leorge nnd Queen
Mary, the Duko nnd Duchess of Con
naught nnd other members of the royal
family sent gifts.
Women Win In Arkiiliaim,
birn.K Itocg. Atk.. I'eli. 2il, -SiifTraalsls
won a vlclorj to-ilny when the Sennle
adopted a resolution to tefer to the people
a prniosei atueiiilnient piovldlng for
wntnan'a suffraKP, Senator White's bill to
permit women to practise law wan paesed.
DNITES PLANS FOR
Amlwtssndor llorrirk in Vnris
Thus Prevents Clnsh of
OKVIMjE MEANS OF PLANS
Well Known Frenchmen Attend
Luncheon nt. Embassy
Mny lfnisc $5,000.
Special Cable Despatch In Tnr. Srs
Paiiih, Feb, '.Ml. Myron T. Ilerrick, tne
American Amlms-ador, gave a luncheon
to-day to Orville Wright and the com
mittee which i getting tip thn memorial
to his brother Wilbur.
Covers were laid for fifty-six persons.
Many well known Frenchmen worn pres
ent, including the Ministers of War nnd
Marine, (len. Michel, the military flov
enior of Paris, (len. llirschauer. Col.
llouttietiT, five Senators, three Deputies
and three Mayors from tho Department
M. Qtiiutoii, Count Lambert nnd others,
who were eyewitnesses of the efforts
of Wilbur Wright at I.emau, were also
Mr. ilerrick in n brief speech recalled
tho inventive work of Franklin, Pulton
nnd Morso and told how they had been
welcomed in France He read a telegram
from President Taft thanking tho com
mittee for what he termed a monument
to tho nhievements of Mr. Wright nnd
also to the ever increasing friendship of
the United States and France..
Tho luncheon mnrked the fusion of
two schemes to perpetuate Wilbur
Wright's memory in France which threat
ened to clash. One was under tho aus
pices of tho ltaron d'Kstournelles de Con
stant and had for its object the erection
of a monument to Wilbur Wright as tho
first prominent aviator. Tho other was
under tint auspices of the Aero Club
tin France, which while recognizing
Wright' value was not witling to ignore
the independent achievements of S-intos
Dumont, Fannan and Delngrangn before
the visit of Mr Wright
Thn first committee has collected about
ft, Sou and the second fl,tX for the memor
ial. Now that they are united they nope
to raise f."i,nm. The Mayor of I,e Mans
promises to give them the finet site possi
ble in tile town. A committee was np-
iiointed to frame an inscription which
will not wound the susceptibilities of
DECISION FAVORS WRIGHTS.
liermnn Imprrlnl t'onrt I phnlil
Them In I'ntrnt Mill.
Special Cable pcipatch to Thk Sex
I.I.H'SIC Feb. .'. 'I he Imperial Court
to-day gave a decision on the main points
of the imtent suit of the Wright brothers
against numerous Cicrinnn aeroplane
manufacturers in favor of the American
manufacturers. The (5erm.n manufac
turers contested the claims of the Wright
brothers and refused to acknowledge the
Ma for I'arseval and numerous authori
ties on flying machines te-titled Several
of them admit tod the priority of the Wright
intents on disputed (mints
NEW PERUVIAN CABINET.
Mrmlirr tit the MlnKtr; nt l.lnia
Ire Minrn In.
Lima, Peru, Feb. "0. The new Peru
vian Cabinet, which was sworn In to
day, consists of the following:
President and Minister of Home Af
fairs. Frederlco Luna Peralta.
War, Carles A. Velarde.
Foreign Affnlts, Dr. Wenceslao V.i
lern. Justice, Francisco Moreyra y Hlglos.
Public Works, Fertuln Malaga San
tolalla. Finance. Felipe Derteano
COTTON STEAMER DAMAGED.
CirnrKln, From rv Orlrnns,
I, one 1 .11 1 lllllen.
Special fable lienpatcb to Tnr. Sin
Tkikstk, Feb. 26. --There wns n Are
to-day In the hold of the Austro-Amerl-can
steamer Georgia, from New Or
leans, which arrived here last Friday.
Ilefote It wns extinguished 4.".0 bales
of cotton were tlestroped and much
damage had been dene to the vessel.
ANOTHER AVIATOR KILLED.
(irrmnny l.iinen Seeonil Mllltnrr 117
Inir Mnn In Tiro lln.
Itau.lN, Feb. :rt. -Another Oerman
military nvlutor was killed to-day. Sergt.
Melfersntder nnd a companion, Lieut.
Llnke, wire flying about the military
aerodrome nt Muelhausen when some
thing went wrong with the aeroplane.
The olllcers could not grapple with the
dltlliMilty In time, anil the machine top.
pled over, falling from a distance of
about sIMy feet.
The machine Insmntly became a mas
of wreckage while onlookers rushed to
the nss!tnnro of the olllcers. who ver-
i nind In the tangled mass of wire nnd
framework. Sergt. Ilelfersmder was
taken out dead, while Lieut. Llnke w.vi
found to tune suffered serious Injurlej.
RUDDERLESS SHIP MAKES PORT.
The t rim i. I'nliil, fler DrlftliiH
Mnnj- Week, nl l.imt nfe.
Special f able Despatch tn Tnr. Si v
Hkiita, Azores, F, h. 211. The Furness
liner Crown Point, which has been
drifting about the Atl.mlh for weekH
without a rudder, was towed in hcr
to-day by the steamer City of Haroda.
NO PAY FOR MANCHESTER.
I'ri)urel en Slop Their Mnle rerr-
noniRR It. Muncliestf r, lo whom William
II. lIoli'likis allowed ;.1,000 a year as
secretan of the 1'rngies.slve State com
tulttee, lias been deprlNed of his Job by
Theodoie Douglas llohtiii-nn, Mr. Ifoteli
UIsm'm sni't'eHK...' as itiiilritiali of His mm.
i mlttee. Mr. Mmichenter's pay stopped nn
.I.inuaiy I, but lie has imt set resigned.
Nilthtr has he been .ictlte ut ProxresslM1
It has been Mr. ItobliiKnn's policy lo rut
down expenses until the Stale organization
cot on Its financial feet. Tlm obligations
of the parly have been large and Mr. Itoli.
iiisnn thinks It should gel along without a
paid secretary, at least until its llnames
Others have objected In Mr. .MniiehcMer
as one of tlm Priigrevilve leaders and
urged upon Mr. Hublnaon his elimination.
in Western Canada
Ontlemtn IntereMen Aro Notified
Mr. 0. G. Devenish
Pltl'.NIlMINT. Calgary Industrial
Mr. Andrew Miller
1MI.I. III. AT Till? IIEI.MOMT
HOI l!l- .M!W YOHK. THI.IWrtAT
III NAU'ltllAY, FIJIIUIAHY 11
In MAIIt'H 1
Where thev will be plraurd to re
tell rallrr anil make engage-
Calirarv. Common IM Mptronolls of
5wilth.iit.rn I'HIIHii. I. Atll-Artlilp
remarkable business anil commercial II
liveslinrnts btraiiae It Is In the cen. Ill
lie or Ilie nioM lirontaoic anil rapuuy III
prottlnir ImihirMilMrlct In tlm worlil. I
1 If iv irrtMt Altiertrnn hniiKes hale I
l.-Vlit lr.nn.iln.i l,r. h.. ,V V'.ls.ri'
ulihln ihn last ilr ears, ami Hie 111
iiricioiinii-m 01 on- miii e. nuruij
SOCIETY IN DISGUISE
m nv Nmn.. - Tllu vordlct of tho Jury Involved life
ATI nWhllW ART HAT I t sentences nlso for llclonle, llonard, Kll
Hl LVlllUn nil 1 DhLL! batchlche, Poyer. Helnert. Crozat, De
Klcury, (Jainty nnd Detwlller, but they
obtained tho benefit of extenuttlng
Int. I ul, ih..iw!.0 ii.,
Shoulders With Murillo's
A MASS OF 1HIK51IT COLORS
Albert Hall Deeornted to Sug
gest Cnrnivnl in Old
Special cable I'cpatcS to The sr
l.nsiios-. Feb. 27.. The annual ball !
of the Chelsea Arts Club last night was papers printed only the briefest sum
pervaded with tho spirit of Francesco marles of the speeches of counsel for
do Oova The national colors of Spain ! the necimotl men although the lawyers
glowl hn.ughout Al ert Hall. ho
roof, pillars, logos, galleries, corridors
and stairways were draped in pomcgrnh
ate red and tangerine yellow, which made
nn appropriate setting to the levels nnd
were designed to suggest a carnival in
The floor of the hall, which has a dancing
area of IO.ikki square feet, was decorated
to represent a SpunWi plant in Ooya's
time. A semblance, of old Spanish archi
tecture nnd landscapes was given by
artistic scene painting. Coats of arm"
which gleamed from the Venetian masts
encircling the boxes wero treated so as to
suggest a sunlit wall. A sculptured
Venus stood on a circular pcdcstul in the
centre In fact everything win done to
suggest Spanish art and.Sanish history.
The revellers began to assemble at l
o'clcck and by midnight 1.00) persons
wers present. 'Hie idea of the organizers
of the affair was well supported by the
costumes of the dancers, although many prosecutor to deny that certain wlt
orthem were mow Oriental than Spanish nesses were awaiting this blood money,
and thero were not a few irrelevant, 'as he called It.
There were disguises in the coMumes of I nI' " few 'f the accused expressed
every country, but those of Spain pre- themselves as desirous of saying any-
... . ... ... i thlni? before the lnrv rellre,! I 'nlletiiln
nominated, iter sovereigns nun gronnees
of (leva's ,oriod rubl-od shoti'ders with
Velasou.v buffoons and dwarfs ana
.Murilios uos ...
.Moon-.i cnie.M ... iiga.,1 ,i m..g- ...
Ca-tile and tlm rulers of the Bourbon
uyn.is.y. nonuiici oi .uimnii ami rwvine, a homk.UJo." KHhatchlche in a
Cnrinens and Carmencitas and short ,,,,auK voice protested that his tlu-o-skirted
pcisant girls wliirlisl in the dance' r,,H j,ad not led him to assassination. In
with dignitieil hidalgoes. Scarcely 1 i regard to references of his being in
dignified ragged beggars, Don Quixote prison In the past thirteen months In
and Sancho l'anva, nnd even Cervantes the company of nssasslns he made Cal
liimself joined in the revel" with toreadors, lemln stnnd up three times and deny
picudores and hobby horses and hobby that he was an assassin,
hulls i Mme Maltrejean, one of the women
If artistic tastes were olleiidod. the prisoners, sobbed: "I have two little
general merriment was not marred by children: have pity on them." The
Pierotte's mummies. Merry Widows, two 'other women begged to be sent
Hussian ilancorH. Scottish Highlanders, luck to their mothers,
knights in armor, Itoman emperors. I A woman who was for some months
Salomes and other un-Spunish char- flllllt I-arare prison with the trio
acters The fun was fast and furious f accused women on a charge of mur
and lasted until 5 A. M u,'r- for which sho wnH "emitted later
' Prince Alexander of Hattenberg ap- , 0,1 tlu" Bround that It was a crime of
pearod as a Florentine gentleman of , lesion, told The Sis correspondent
medij val times, tho Duke of Manchester , ml h.e1 l,'""1' convinced that
as a Homan emH-ror. 1-ord Carlton as I M,' elallrejean was Innocent. She Is
ii,.. i -nn ii imi :n fervent socialist and determined to
t i i.bo.,.,i i
und Viscount Churchill ns a clown.
Mrs, George Hernard Shaw was In
scarlet silk. A Philadelphia woman
whose name is withheld appeared In a
crimson brocade tunic and trousers em
broidered with gold leaves and pink
roses with a gold sash and a turban
decorated with pearls.
NEW ZEALAND EARTHQUAKE.
Inhabitants of Welllnalnn Terror-1
Urd, lint None Injnrril. I'riirn-ltiiliin llllniier Its linnrnn-
WKLUNOTON. N. Feb. 26.-The' re. Sn.. P.l. .e,ip..
most severe earthquake ever experl- Special Coble Despatch injur. Si.
enced In New Zealand shook this city IKIH' lvb' -6' Th" ''riil l cm-to-day.
The Inhabitants were terror- renting on a letter from the Czar to
Ized and llc.l wildlv from the tottering I Presl.leut Polncnre and the latter's re-
houses lo the safety of the public
soiinres and wl.ln streets. Manv wen;
squares and wide streets. Many were
hurt by bricks falling from chimneys,
MENACE JOHN D.'S GOLF LINKS
llnnt C'Iim clnnil Town Council
Street TlirniiHh Them.
Cl.KtKMMi, Feb. 26. A sllco Is to be
cut olT from .lohn V. Kockefellrr's For -
est urn estate in r.ast i.ieveianu, u a
resolution of the Town Council Isn't
blocked by Mr. Rockefeller.
The resolution Is to extend Terrace
road from Helmore road to Noble road
To do this the street must be cut
through Mr. Ito.'kefellcr's golf links
nnd opposition Is looked for.
The Council decided to ask Mr. Rocke
feller llrst to donate the land, then If
he refuses, to stnrt condemnation pro
ceedings. STATE TO MAKE AWARDS.
Ohio llnnap IMnsrs 11 1 1 1 Mandatory
on llniilo rn.
Coi.r.iinrs, Fob. 26. Tho House to
day passed the tlreen worklngmen's
compensation bill previously passed by
Hie Senate, which requires all employ
ers either lo subscribe to the State In
surance fund or to establish nn Insur
ance fund of their own, which Is to bo
maintained as the State Hoard of Lia
bility Awards directs, A third possl
hlllly Is open in Hie shape of mutual
benelH associations, which nre like-
' wise to he under Slate supervision,
The measure drives liability Insur
ance companlea out oi buslneia,
FOUR PARIS BANDITS .
GET DEATH SENTENCE
Dicudonne, tho Lender: Cnlle
min, Soudy and Monicr
Must Pay Penalty.
TWO TO PHISON FOR LIFE
Trial Dragged Out for Twenty
one Days With Little
Special Cable Despatch tit Tub Stv
,.lu o- . 4,an ,,vincl this
. - -- - -
morning the Jury in the case of tne
. ,., . n. t.i..i. .t i ...
IIIHOII1UII1IO UlUHllie-. VWIIUII ll'llll'll ui
3:10 yesterday afternoon, brought In a
vnnllei whleli means the death sentence
ror ineuuonne, uniiemin. .nouuy mm
Monler, nllas Hemintoff, arid life Im
prisonment for Ourouy and Metge.
Harhe, Leclecb, Mile. Schoofs nntl
Mme. Maltrejenn wero neuultetl on the
ground of extenuating' circumstances.
circumstances nn,i win receive reiiuieu
p r 'e
around the gloomy Palais de Justice In
n drizzling rain until nlmost dawn wait
ing for the verdict. The monotony was
only relieved by the tramp of the mu
nicipal troopers changing guard. The
cafes on the Houlevard du Palais and
the Qual des Orfevrcs were closed by a
Toward midnight waiters appeared
In the court carrying bread, cheese,
meat, beer anil liquor nnd did a good
The case has lasted twenty-one days
and each bearing averaged six hours.
Public Interest In the case decreased
rapidly nfter the first week. The news-
Kch lawyer vouched personally
foP the innocenco of litB client.
The attorney who pleaded In behalf
of Carouy and Metge, sahl lie knew the
name of the man who committed the
murder at the Thlats Hank, but pro
fessional secrecy prevented him from
giving It. Carouy was accused of stnnd
lug oulslde the bank with a Winchester
rllle. lie added that perhaps the man,
who was an anarchist, remembering
what fraternity among anarchists
means, would come to the front and
confess. Tho lawyer was understood
to be referring to Ijicomhc, whom the
police are seeking, but who so far has
nut been arrested.
Another lawyer said that the bank
whose messenger was robbed on the
Hue Drdener had promised to pay a I
reward, but that II decided to pay noth- '
lng until a verdict had been returned i
In this case. He challenged the public1
. . .
. attempted to make a speech, but broke
d".w.M: '.'.".uzy ''"nanHed JwUee. but
; saiu lie Hid not want pity. Soudy in
almost Inaudible tones maintained his
,nnocem.0 ft, Kr,,llt ,,,,, ,u. (lt.c,.m.,,:
"1 am nn anarchist, but I never com-
o!"Kht lh "!"f ' It" merits, refusing
to try to arouse p'ty because she was
She was wltout money and was tumble
to supplement the scanty prison far.
The other two are reported to have
given Information to the police.
Mile. Schoofs, the mistress ()f tlnrnie-.
one of the dead bindlts. Is said to have
a considerable sum of money put aw.iy
In a safe place.
"PEACE OF EUROPE ASSURED."
V' ' i"'""
I ,lnn "f friendship which It believes is
The paper take occasion again tn
preach Its favorite sermon that the nl
llance should never be allowed to be
come Inert. It adds that the effective
, forced which are ordinarily 1.40U,tinO,
; miw exceed 1,700,000. It concludes:
I "When the alliance has 2,riO0,00U men
on a peace footing there Is no longer
liny danger to the pence of Kurope, to
; ,vhrll Krnnt.(, n,i rtunsin aro firmly
I mnn-lietl. No Government can flatter
H0f thnt It can Impose peace on
j SEAMEN'S BILL IS REPORTED.
II en n re to lietter Lire A Hunt Will
tin before Vrimlr,
Washington', Feb. After weeks
of shnrp controuisy a Kennte committee
to-day ordered the Wilson bill, bettering
thn condition of ssllois and safeguaidlng
sea truvellors, reported to tho Seunte.
The bill abolishes arrest nnd Jailing
for desertion and otders the President to
end treaties with about twenty tuitions.
i It Is thought other countries will follow
' Inu,l Tlw. 1,111 attal,MBhAd
watch for seamen, twelve bonis on deck
and twelve below. It pievenls sailors
assigning unearned wages nnd allows them
to demand and receive hnlf .if wages duo
whenever n vessel puis Into pott after
being out more than live days.
Trained men ate re.pilied to he In
chin ge of lifeboats, two to a b oat, and
plenty of the and lifeboat drills are e..
To Slop alr of "noctored" Cnnit .
Hoston, Fob, 2B rThe Senate has passed
to engrossment tho pure food hill pro
hibiting the sale and manufacture of "doc
tored confectionery. It was Introduced
at tbo Instance of Mayor Fltzrerald.
t craldnic Farrttr, Goritz, Scotti, Homer
and other stars of opera who make
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their reasons for coming a-e the same reasons
that should prompt yon to come.
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WARM WELCOME IN I
HAVANA FOR CASTRO!
CoiiffiiiiCf jrom I'lrst Page
of slsttr republics of the fame race, he
said, was dally becoming more neces
sary In order to check the nttneks on
their sovereignty by the United States.
WASHINGTON FEARS PLOT.
llrport Sn I'raer nistiirliem Annll
Washinqto.n', Fob. 26. -The enthusi
astic reception accorded to Ciprlano
Castro, exiled dictator of enezuela,
by the (lovernment of Cuba nnd the
people of Havana upon his arrlvnl at
that port to-day Is regarded as signifi
cant here. Kspeclnlly Is this true when
his arrival Is taken Into consideration
In connection with the fact that Gen.
Iteyes, formerly President of Colombia
and now an exile. Is already In Havana,
The two men, formerly political en
emies when each was In power, are
stopping to-night at the same hotel and
pining as boon companions In Havana.
Also It Is exuecteil In I 111 valla that
Zolavi, exiled dictator of Nicaragua,
will arrive In Havana In a few days
from Harcelona, Spain.
In addition to the movements of
these, threo past limners In Latin
America politics the Stale Department
considers noteworthy the presence In
Havana of one .luan Leets, a profes
sional revolutionist who has been
agitating Central American politic 1
cpiestlons In the I'nlted States during
the last few months. Juan Lects, ac
cording to reports received by agents
of the Department of Justice, has al
ready organized a filibustering expedi
tion, the arms for which nre said to
have been placed on board ship at New
Orleans and Mobllu. Also both the State
Department and the Department of Jus
tice have been hearing many rumors
lately of a general movement against
Central America nnd also reports of nn
Impending revolution against the pre.sonl
Government of Venezuela. This latter
expedition, it Is said, has l'on planned
with the Miuth shore of Cuba as tun
tit st base of operations. There are
now In Havana a large number of
Venezuelan exiles, Including one who
was Castro's light hand man before
his downfall. It is not doubted In
Washington thnt Castro went to Cuba
to make trouble, and the general as
semblage there of such n large number
of chieftains anil lleutennnls of Latin
American revolutions has caused real
apprehension. The Slate Department
already has placed warships at tho
principal ports of Central Amerida
In order that the new administration
may bn certain of finding all ipilet In
this turbulent region when II comes
According to reports received here
all these movements looking toward the
rehabilitation of the political fortunes
of these exiles nre predicted on the gen
eral belief thut the Incoming Demo
cratic administration will loosen tn
check rein which preceding llepubllcan
administrations hno held on Central
Tnft ia .loin Xev llnen V. M. C. .
New Haven, Feb. 26, -President Tuft,
who will come here to live about the last
of next month, to-day untitled the local
V. M. C. A. that he would become u
contributing member beginning April I.
He was admitted to membership In the
New Haven Chamber of Commerce last
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TUMULTY GETS LOVING CUP.
llo)hnoil Friends Ulne Xrn Treat
Joseph Patrick Tumulty ' closest Hud
hon countv friends came over hero last
night, bringing Joe with them, and gave
him a dinner nt thn Waldorf. It was just
to show how much they loved him and
how tickled they were that he has made
good. They were bubbling over with
enthusiasm for the young man who is
to bo the secretary to President Wilson.
All of these friends, there wero only
about fifty of them, had known Joe over
so long, and n good many of them used
to play with him in the Fifth ward in
Jersey City as boys. Among them were
judges, chancellors, a newspaper pro
prietor, and just friends, warm friends
all. It was what might almost be called
a speechless dinner, for no one did anv
morn speaking than-tho next man All
had something to say about Joe, and
each man said it, whether it were simple
pruise for Mr, Tumulty or a little story
Along in the evening James Kerney of
the Trenton 7'imis handed Mr Tntnul'lv n
loving cup from ull the friends who had
Judge John J Treacy of Jersey City Kit
at tho head of tho horso shoetable. Soma
of those about him besides Mr. Tumulty
were Philip Tumulty. Joe's father: Philip
Tumulty, Jr , Felix Tumultv and Thomas
Tumulty, Joe's brothers' L'nitod States
N'enntor-elect William Hughes, Chancellor
Ldwin ltobert Walker, Vice-Chancellors.
Vivian M. Lewis and John 'II. Hackes,
(ieorgo O. Tennnnl, Shirk A. Sullivan,
William!.! Martin, Krnest J. Heppenheimer
andJ.W. Kufus Hoston,
Ittioilr .Si'lmlnr I'riini ItiitKrr.
Valentine H. Haven of New llrunswick,
N. J., who will be New Jeisey's Kliodcs
scholar nt Oxford I'nlverslly. Kngliind, Is
a graduate of Itutgers College.
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