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THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, "'1913.
HIT BY SCARE
Vromy Against Montrne
jrrins May Compromise
TO rl,M THE BAXKET1S
i;m eminent Tells Them Scu
tari Fall Leaves Situa
K 1 N KNTKIIS CITY TO-PAY
XiVliln to Mnko His Tlosiilonco
Tlion1 mid issue a
frffiiil fable Despatch to Tnr. Srv I
lNPON. April 2t'..The riddle over the I
II ". - 1 II, I mill.- t, n I ill'
f Scutnrl by tho Monteneg-
been solved bllt'the sltua-I
,' . .' . . '
r'n has not
t.on has in no way chanced fur the
unr- in the past twenty-four hours, n
The hair rallng frenzy of the Vienna (
-ar-nio:igers has subsided considerably.
!f is Laving an alarming effect on the!
Austrian nnd German bourses an,
threatens to compromise the success of
thf Austrian State railway loan which ,
Is to be Issued on April 26 at Vienna j
ivan iieriin. t ouni von nerctnom, tne .
Minister of Foreign Affair.", and Dr. nil
linslrt, the Minister of Finance, accord
ingly authorized a communication to be
Jsruwl to the banker who are- Interested
in the loan to the effect that tho fall of
Scutari had not changed the course of
ths country's foreign policy. The com
munication added that the unanimity of
the Poucrs had not been disturbed and
that there was nothing to fear.
It Is feared, however, that a ferment
likely to recur Inasmuch as no Imme
diate action against Montenegro is apparent-
but the acute crisis hns been
avoided for the present. Meanwhile the
Ambassadors of the Powers at u meet
ing In London d'rlday) emphasized tho
unanimity of the Powers In the declnra
t'nn that Mouteiugni could not have
Scutari, but f-o far as known they did
not tnle any further measures. It is
b' lievetl that a little time will be allowed '
t e;.ipe lieinre any attempt is maoe to
loree the Montenegrins out of Scutari.
In 'be me.inwhlln tho blockade of the
Mon'enegi in const will be maintained
n. l !'! imps oMi'iidetl
. iM now very clear that Austria, ama lo-tiay. ne went ovnr me loriimit-ai.'i-li
hhe has presented her views ' ""H" " tl" na" "n"1 1 the canal over
if emphatic manner, has no; tried the Mirntlores and Pedro Miguel locks.
' raV things. She mentioned no time "n ''I" ""fund flight he carried a pho
1 in, a-, to when Scutari should bo tographer with him.
e.tcu.ited bv the conquerors, and when,
H proposed to the Powers that Dul- HAMBURG EMIGRATION BOOM.
i n.. and Antlvnrl should be occupied ;
f' made the proposition In n more or Morr xhnn B(4,no i.,-vr fP r,,rt
It-.-' otatlve manner. . ... ,
.: ,..,rts as to the present attitude of - "n 1
K g Nicholas are contradictory, but "'""' r"'lf "ew'leh m Tnr ?rv
iere is nothing trustworthy to show Hamiii wi, April 2Ti A big emigration
. he has taken a "J'y suls. J'y rcste" 'Oom started this week and four extra
.l,lnn. The Vienne.se newst.at.ers says
e will make n state entry Into the
ap.ured town on April 26. He will
take his family with him. make nH
resilience there und Issue u procl.i-1
"n the other hnnd, the correspondent
o' 'he Tlmr.i at Cettlnje In a despatch '
datt-d April 25 says that nothing detl-1
r. 'e as to the date of the Kings entry
t-.fen arranged. It Is apparent that i
. . i urs a.u ...i t . ... -
go massing on the "
t wn which. It Is said. Lssad I'ha
w :. hand over to Prince Danllo to-day
-aturday). Prince Danllo telegranhe.
n Thursday that 4o8 officers and 31,000
T .rk'.h troops had surrendered up to
tnat time, but that there wer others I
who hod not yet capitulated. This i
fiows tnat tne garrison was mucn
finmr than supposed. The number
of guns captured by the Montenegrins
l figured nt from eighty to 120,
QUIET IN CONSTANTINOPLE.
S.ltlle OotTmrrt Sign of Frellnv Otfr j
fl.eda! Cable tteipatrh to Titt Scy '
CoNsTANTl.vort-E, April 25. The mir- I
ln ier of Scutari has evoked outwardly I
:."'. ng more than mild expressions ofl
egret Indeed, the Young Turks pro-i
".s "int It Is n highly desirable con
t .mmatlon Inasmuch as the garrison,
ti 'na.lority of whom wero Albanians,
l e been fighting not for the Ottoman
y mi'. r but for autonomous Albanln. j
3' ! remarked that lCssad I'asha, who,
! ' 'k'ng tho garrison to Tlranu, Is likely
i piny an Important role. In Albanian
"irs jn which he will not be hampered
1 political or other scruples.
T ern Is much speculation on the fu
t re relations of Kssal I'asha'a army
s'ii t'ie fores of DJavld Pasha, which
n e n ported to he nt Avion.
XICHOLAS FREES CONVICTS.
.Mm Impllentrd In Murder
Auitlnat lllm Liberated.
n.elal Cable Deipatch to Thi Scs
isji:. April S.'.. In celebration or I thp Nrw York banks. Mr. McAdoo np
ipture of Seutnrl King Nicholas. ...... rplliiZPH that his announce-
b.-raieii the men who wero impll
I .n the conspiracy to murder him
i.Minlm In Ui09.
convicts Include former Premier
ion. who Is related to the King
rirr.ago. Juvnnnvlcs escaped from
tiinnelllng under the structure,
Itadovlcs, who was in the plot,
led to get away.
TURKS ATTACKED IN BEIRUT.
II' wilt Agnlnit Ottoman Itole
M.read Thronarhont Province.
N ' ablegram announcing that a dnn
p is revolt had broken out In Hol
i and that Harem Hey, the Ottoman
'.'vernor, had called out nil available
t ops was received yesterday by tho
b rlan newspaper .lfernaf-uI-Onnrh,
TI r. despatch, which was sent from
Ca ro yesterday, states that the entlro
province s in the throes of civil wnr.
(-orioiiH elushes are said to be occur
i ng hourly between tho Government
! t ei and tho revolutionists.
An outbreak In IJctrut has been ex-pri-ted
for Beveral days by persons fn
tniunr with affairs in the Otlomnn cm
tlr. The populace was enraged by the
Quality Never Varies
arbitrary net of the Young Turks In
forbidding meetings of tho Syrian Re
form Society, an orgnntzatlnn which
hnd boon formed to prevent repetition
of the H.ilkun tragedies In Syria.
KAISER'S NEW YACHT IN PERIL.
(internment I'rnrn Socialist Will
('mar Appropriation to He It ejected.
Hr.M.tN. Anrlt 2.V (ireat fenr Is being
tlt by the loyal" l)eputlon that the
' " ' iii.hu ',iiii,ti i m . uiu
'mperlnt Parliament will reject the ap-i
',r",,r,a,,on of -'500'nnn ,,,ll,rl 11 now
'yacht for Kmporor William. It I' tin-1
dcrstood that the Socialists will demand
roi tnii ,m tll tllir.i r,..,dlnc of the
appropriation, and the Poles, panes,
Alsatians and membern of the Clerical
Centre party me pxpeetett to vote I
nB"Jit the project
The passage of the appropriation can
nly b(1 .,, , the' of n fllll
house being assembled anil the "loyalii"
are therefore being urged to be present
PRINCE AS CHILDREN'S HOST.
Herman Heir to tenil inn Ynnnitatrra
to thr rnahnrp,
Spfial Cable rttiMeh In Tan St !t
Pr.Rt.iN, April 25. One hundred poor
school children of Herlln will go to the
seui-horo at Dinzig at the expense of
the German Crown Prince. The heir to
the throne has made arrangements to
glvo tho youngsters u three weeks out
ing at Dnnilg, where they will be quar
tered In the regimental barracks of hla
command. The expenses will be de.
frayed from the profits of the Crown
Prlnce'H book, "From My Hunting
AVIATOR FLIES OVER PANAMA.
Cnrrlra PhnlnKrnnher Wllh Hint In
Trip 1'p Cnnal.
Special Cable Detpnteh to Tnr Sc.
, Panama. April 2i. Ilobert Fowler, nn
l.aviator, mane two rngnis arounn ran-
-""amors nan to oe put on. i ney sniieu t
with W enilgrnnts for the I nlt.'d
ami 2.100 for Cann.la. Many
others will sail next wo-k
POPE CAN'T SEE PILGRIMS.
.n slelnns llrfmr to WIom- lllm i
Romi:, April 2."i Pope Plus, though
hts convalescence is said to b progress.
ln uninterruptedly, was depressed to-
day becnuse his physicians were tlrm In
, Th(. M w
' of reCP,vlnK , nmlIn0l. .
Amercnn ,)llKrm.s who ft,riv.d In Home
fop Uih Col)Stlintlnp cf.rbratlon. and he
1rof, Mrclilafava to allow him
to nn nu.nence lasting but a few
The physician flatly refused and told
the Pope that ho could not hold .audi
ences for many weeks and that If lie did
not obey the physician's orders to the
letter he would not get well nt all.
NEW YORK BONDS GOOD
UNDER VREELAND ACT
MeAdoo Would Aecept Them ns
Seenrity for Emereeney
Washinuton. April 25. -Great Interest
was manifested here to-night In tho an
nouncement by Secretary of tho Treas
ury McAdoo that he has Informed the
national banks of New York city that
I short term revenue bonds of that city
will be accepted by lllm ns security for
emergency circulation under the pro
visions of thn Aldrlch-Vroelnnd cur
This announcement wns mnde by the
I Secretary of tho Treasury after he hail
I rn.tlcnrl Innulrles on the silblcot from
nient might raise a suspicion that some
New York banks wore preparing for an
emergency. The Secretary, tn prevent
any erroneous construction being placed
on his statement by alarmists, declared
that there was nothing tn cause any
uneasiness In the financial situation In
New York or anywhere else.
The fact, however, that this Inquiry
had boon made by two New York banks
was construed by some persons to Indi
cate that the banks might ho tnklng
steps to safeguard themselves ngalnst
any possible depression resulting from
the tariff revision. Hero Is the Secre
"In reply to nn Inquiry from New
Tork ns to whether or not. short term
New York city revenue bonds would bo
regarded as among thn securities which
the Secretary of the Treasury could In
his discretion approve within tho mean
ing of the Aldrlch.Vroeland currency
net for emergency circulation under the
provisions of that net, the Secretary
savs that sue . bonds uro among those
which ho considers that he hns au
thority t" accept provided such bonds
comply with the conditions and limi
tations prescribed In the Aldrlch-Vree-land
FIRM PAYS $100,800
FOR A GAINSBOROUGH
lirrnrri PHpp for Thnf rtkt'( tany says the t-Mi n,i mllitury gover
luroni I HCP TOr I nni A HIM Snors nf thn Province of Klang-stt hnve
Con n try Scono ''The
OTIIKIl HIGH HOMES
t'ollrrtors Sliow Grout Interest
in Sir Lionel Phillips's
Special Cable ftetpatch In Tni St
Lonhon. April 25. --linlnshorotigh's
'Tni! Market Cart," which was Hold at
of tho collection of Sir Lionel Phillip. , Kllthl tlu. mur,ier. -lung had a code freedom League, which la opposed
brought the record price for a Gains- h w,lch ,.nmmunlc.itetl with thn t the militants, who were sen
borough -lluo.aOO. Tho pictuVe was ,.remlrr ,vll.. ,1P ool,.c,ng PV. .n(.,.d to terms of ImnrNontuent yester
bought by the Agnews, t in collectors, . . r . h . . M ., . lenctd to terms or imprisonment jester
Tho .,, previous price for a Galn-bor- fc.JrihllovoSmen . Pnrt nf 'r rlnRln boll, at the foot of tho
oiigh was 103,00a, which was paid for the ,hl evidence was read by President N,,ll,0 Mnnument in Trafalgar Stiuaro.
IJIICIU'SM of Gloucester orirall in
1P0I. The picture sold to-day brought
about 2..Ono twenty years aKo.
Tho picture is 47 by 5S Inches. On a
toad In tln foreground Is a large waroii
drawn by threo horses. Seated In It are
iiiiinn iij iiiiiii inline, .'i
three women nnd two chllii
n man loaning over the elil
Kirl In climbing up. In froi
e assists a
up. in front are two
Mieep and a dog, and In a valley In the
'distance in,, other sheen, one of which
is standing at a iool on the left. Itocks
and trees form the background on the
Sir T. Ijiwrencc'. "Pnrtra't of Mr,
Sldilons" brought l?.5U. Sir .loshua
Keynolds's picture of "A Girl and Dog"
went for $4.S'0. Homney's "Portrait of
Miss Arabella Margaretta I'hlpps"
brought i4,055. .!. M. Nnttler's "Le
Silence," a portrait of thn Mnriul de
FlavacouA (nee ilortensV FMcite do
Mallly-Nesle), brought the high price
of 21,150, nnd was purchised bv the
Agnews, the collectors. Th" same ar
tist's "Le Point du .lour" Vrtrnlt of
IhM Mfir.inlMrt .Irt I. Tnornolto ft?t,r.
ward Duchess de Chiteauroux fnee
Marleanne de Mallly-Neslo). was
bought by Abbey, the collector, for ?ltV.
2T." Werthelmer. ihe collector, gave
Slfl.SOO for a Nattler's "Portrait of Lord i
Urooko." Rlgaud's "Portrait of a
French Nobleman" went for $3.70. '
Thero was also n sale nt Christie's
to-day of Importnnt pictures of the
eirly Ilrltlsh schools nnd works by old
masters. Colnaghl paid $5,145 for
fluardl's "A Colonnade In Venice." The
Agnews gave JU.25 for Guanlls "A
View of the Grand Canal. Venice." Jan
van Kessel'.s "A Itlver Scene" went for
3,4S5. Agnew paid J.IS.'ina for Sir T.
Iawrence's "Portrait of Lady Orde anil
Child." The Ilomney "Portrait of Ad-
mirnl .Tohn Faithful Fortescue'
purchased by Agnew for S..9Sn, sir
n. i..i.-1'iirii s i oruiui in. .his, .i-u-
derburn" went, for 14,200. Sir .loshua
Keynolds-s "Portrait of Lad; Anne For-
Ialuha" ti.-ilH ff tn Tfin ntnl i (ah Kmttslir
,' ' ' -"
,,y..L;y;.h; c"',c,or' .' : 'jr'!
paid I30.4..0 for Romney s 'Portrait of
Master Thornhlll," which was painted in
17S3. Tho total for this sale was
DELEGATES HEAR MGR. BOURNE.
Citrillnsl IVrrnln (Vlehrnles less for
Knehnrlslle I'liiiumt Memhers.
Special (able frt to Tnr S'
...n ......i i t....... ,
tho Papal legate to in- l.uenarlstic
Congress, celebrated pontifical mass nt
tne cainenr.ii tms morning. .Mtirw.iru
t annual Mtmrne nt Westminster, at
oompnulci! by the Duke of Norfolk. I
carried the eiichnrlst in procession
through tile streets. j
During the seslon of the congress
to-dny a telegram from the Pope was
read In which he acknowledged the ie
celpt of a despatch announcing the
opening of the meeting nnd sent his
Ifncdlotlon. Cardinal llourne road a '
paper on "Tho 1'iicliarlst In the Fnm-
TROUBLE IN BRUSSELS FEARED.
Mnn nt llelnriilnc striker Tnlil
Ther Are DIselinrKrd.
ncri if Cat U llev.llcb to Till! St n
Hr.t -.KLs, April 2."..-Although th.t
Ht'lglnn strike for equal suffrage Is pntc-
tlcally ended further trouble Is feared In
tne capital aim .nimiriu, worn- iin'it win.
returned to work wore told In many
cases they were discharged.
it Is estimated, however, that more
than half of them have returned to their
employment. Business Is rapltlly re-
turning to normal coiitimou-. in
werp, Llege and other centres.
FRONTIER FLIGHTS WRBIDDEN.
lirrmnn War nffler Wishes In Avoid
Herms. April 25. The uerman w ar
Ilco Issued an order to-day forbidding
n Knt .Hlinirii frftirt n n rn frtntr t n nnv nf i
tidal or private balloon flights that
would carry them near the French fron-
tier. The German Government Is deeply
chagrined by the two recent Incidents
A.Vnl B mltttnrv ovlntors InnHert
i" 'T'?rth n" -nVrr 'before!1 Uu
turn botli the l.une-e "nrt Ajrranmurt IIlf.. ,., ln mpiliy wlth
affairs Into Jokes and it annoyed the
RECORD BERLIN GOLD RESERVE.
KSoO, 000,000 In Drntsehe llnnk fnr
First Time In Its Illslnr.r.
Special fable lei.iatch fi Tim Si n
Hermn, April 25. The gold reserve of
the Deutsche Hank this week reached
tho $250,000,000 mnrk for the first time
nn record. The bank of late has matin
unusual efforts to Incronso Its reserve.
because of the Intention of the Govern
ment to Incrense threefold the national
PUPILS WON'T GO TO SCHOOL.
Strike AkiiIiikI lUtlshnm superin
Pivisnrtifi, April 25.- Nearly o,orm pupils
of the 132 schools in this city refused to
attend sessions again to-tluy in an eITi.it
to compel tlio heeding of their protest
against the rotentlon of S. I, Hooter ns
biiperlnte,ndent of public schools
Thousands of parents l ine notified the
principals that their children vill not be
allowed to return to stlionl until lleetcr
Is removed. Soveral large 'wnnn meet
IliKH worn heltl to.uUlit. st which resolu
tions were imssed denouncing tha school
board mid lleetei
No attempt was insilo In enforce the
truancy act lo-ilny, uw as threiitcned by
the school board.
CHINESE PRESIDENT ACCUSED.
fforrrnnrs of Ktntiu-sti Nay He
AtithnrUrd Murder of t.rn, nii,
Special fable licpaleh In Tor. st-v
Lnxpos, April 25, A Shanghai de
spatch to the llxohango Telegraph Com-
telegraphed to the Cabinet, Hcouelng
President Ytinn Phlh-k'al of having nil
thnrlzcd the murder of (Int. Hung, the
former Minister of the Interior, These
officials Rive details nf the ground
on which they make the accusation.
Lonpon. April 'id. The reiort circu
lated by the exchange Telegraph Com
pany that the (lovernnr of the province
of Klnng-fil lias telegraphed to Prrsl
dent Yuan Shlh-k'al, tho Prime Mln
liter, she tnemberx of tliu National As
somKv and the provincial Governors the
details of the plot for tho murder of
leu. Sun : Is continued,
The latest despatches, however, do not
mention President Yuan as having di
rectly authorized the murder. The tele
grain gives the correspondence between
the Premier's secretary Hung and Jung
Yu.iii. who commended .Iiiiic'n enernv in
JUMP FROM 404 FOOT TOWER.
Atiler 1 mi Hi nntl 1eetlirnrt Kill
'I'hriilseM e !lrnniullenll .
penal f ,iMt' ttpitc tn Til.; Scv
AS'TWElil', April 2.V The eighteen-year-old
son of a hlpilnr agent named
Wnlkow and his ou:ig swtetheart.
Willi has .is et not been Identified, as
i"ndtil the l''2J steps of the h. ghost
'.atform : the famous North Tower
of Hie Notre D.i me Cathedral nnd
The tllstnnce s 40 feet to
Their bodies wore found
uie grounu. i neir oouies wore iwimi t
iT"r. "T .f;1!'nAn'n, "fi?1";?."!1. l" J" '
front of the Cathedral. Walkow's body
was Ider.Vled by letters In his pockets.
l"',vi' nr-nuih uiuv li riii"ii'i inn in- fim
that they hnd committed suicide. The
motive for the deed Is unknown.
The neent of this famous tower Is
vry fatiguing With the aid of n cood
telescope a spectator In clear weather
may trace the course of the Scheldt as
far as Flushing. Quentln Mntsys, who
executed the fountain, died In 1"'2!.
He was originally n blacksmith who
aurrwaru toiw ramoua painter.
CUBAN HOUSE ADOPTS AMNESTY.
B,n " nl.llnlr fur nnr tn Which
fpe'ial Ca'.ie rep-ue. to Tnr sc
Hmana, April 2,1. -The Hoii.' to-da
passed the amnesty bill, which Is a
substitute for the measure to which tho
I'nltod States objected.
The original bill would have freed
thousands of criminal", many of whom i
mm rominiueu onenres ngainsi amor-
can. The amended bill Includes only
negro reneis, oneniiors agninst tne eiec-,
Hon laws and publshrrs convicted of
in.els In the newspapers. An exception
1.... I.. I 1.
' '" ' .....ui- in i.n- mw their own clothes, nnd In a few day
Vf ,h" "lrn, RU",y .f ",r 11'"?.1S nn Mr:,men would yearn after their old hal
itcaupre. the American Minister, and n,.,nPi,,. i ,hn ,,, .,, v, mnP
Mr. Olbson, the secretary of the Lega-
tion, whose offence- Is declnred to have
been nn International one.
GIFT FOR KAISER'S DAUGHTER.
King nntl Qnerii f iml) t.rntl lie-
Jt-Ki'llfil llnlr iirnniiient.
.i' ' able lie,nat-k tn Tin St
limit. Anrii The Kiiv mill tiiieen
- . .
f it.uy have sent a hair ornament of
ntlll brllllan nH ., wr,i,iiB clft
, ,.rln,.,.ss Victoria Luise. the onlv
(1,iuhl(.,. of thf. K-alser. who will I
! married to Prince F.rnt of Cumberland
nn May 24
PRAIRIE SCHOONER FOR
BIG SUFFRAGE PARADE
RllffHln Hill Lends Wt.rron nnd
vJi Mulns Vilvion nn
.'inn. .linn I (ill
Huffalo Hill has promise,, to l.'nd ih. -
siiffrnglsts his iiralrle schooner for their
I imrmln on Mm- a Tho loin inetit.ina
; Fddle Saunders, driver, and six mules.
1 Kddli. and tho outfit will leave Mndlsn'ii
Square (larden Jllt after their own net
Ms over, and wllijoln the parade. U
. wl ,,, ,mV(. Jm movlnB for haf nn
1 hour, wherever n large enough opening
cnn , ,,,.
n.,,,1,1., i.mhu ti,n ri,,n -m
commodate the members of the State
, P!10cjaton wl)n expect to tour the State
I In .lune making suffrage speeches to,
Is under construction, hut It will not he.
' " "
completed until M- 15. wherefore the
api-eal to Col. Cody's well known suf-
- . "i".""
11111 1 'n.""t '
going to boost any bomb
ho declared, shaking his head
wlt!' 'V '""f,.""0 ha'r ,leall' l'lnnpd
V". J v" 'T11 1,r"rt ",nrt 1,1
favor of suffrage for years, because in
, '"V"': rfWyo",,11"K' ";"; "oimm
vnte--and they all do vote too-rowdy-
sympathy with the
women, but they have to be nice or I
And jet the Colonel's first piece of
advice was highly incendlnry: "Wood!
Oh, you won't have any trouble nbout
wood, It's too hard for you to chop
down trees of course, but there are
plenty of fences."
You must have a double cover on the
wagon nnd an extra fly on your tent to
keep out the rain, nntl raincoats and '
, rubber blankets. When the weather's '
Hue you'll sleep outside of course. Spread 1
n pleco of c.invus on tho ground and
your miittie.ss and blankotH on that.
In the morning roll them all up together
nnd strap them up tight so they will go
under the seats.
"Yoll must tnivr. till-.,., or fttlir uni-tnir
seats in tlx. a.ikoii, nntl at nigiit you
cnn lift them nut nntl sit on them round
the lire. You can make, n tripod over
tho (lrn to hold the chuck kettle or
swing it on au Iron toil across n couple
of forked sticks. Your chuck kettles
will swing under the wagon the rest of
the time and your mess box, where you
keep your benns and bacon and coffee
will hook on the bock. You'll need a
frying pan nnd a coffeo pot, nnd n plate
and knlfo and spoon nploce and mighty
Mrs. Lee explained that I hoy would
carry paper plates nnd cups to savo I""'1 ' "mi ",,y ."."" oi i .
trishwash g a'nd a flroless cooker Col j .
Cody looketl pulneil hivI remarkeil that .T,,H' money win h f,. reimbursing
Ihey didn't have such things In his days.the road for certain expenditures and for
on the plain. Immediate requirement.
MRS. DESPARD FREED
BY SILENT "FRIEND"
I'nknown F'hllnnthropist. Pnys
Finos of Non-Militant Snf
f meet to Leaders.
.M RS. PAXKHTRST WATCHED
Detectives Posted Around Nurs
ing Home, Where, She's
Special fable bcipatch In Tin Rt
I.osno.v, April 25. Mrs. Charlotte
Pespnrd, Mlmi Nina Hoyle and Mrs.
Wood, members of the Women's
were ri'ieilMu ui-ua,. ouuif iiiiimiiiwii
1 philanthropist paid their tlne.
I t'hrlstabel Pankhiirjl, ho N In Paris,
says openly that her mother will not re
turn to prison to serve nut her term
after she recovers from lur Illness from
her hunger strike In Hollow y Jail.
Meanwhile the authorities urn keeping
a day and night vigilance outside of the
nursing home in which she l being
taken care of. Detectives are stationed
at various points about the building.
Two of them are on constant duty out
side the house nnd two more are sta
1 llonod nt the entrance to the under
ground railway station opposite the
place. Two taxlcabs are held In readt-
.... fc. ,k. , ,i,.. ....,, t ..
Mr Pnnkhurst should make an attempt
I to escape.
I The Womens social and Political
union made public to-dny a letter
from Frail Ducrrln, a prominent Ger
man suffragette of Nurembeig, ndvlslng
thn Ilrltlsh mtlltnnts to adopt the
"household boycott." She says:
"A burned dinner has far more value
for convincing KnglMimen that some
thing Is wrong than merely a burned
"The household boycott means re
fusal by women to perform household
duties," Frau Duerrln explnlned. "You
F.ngllsh women should drop militancy
and adopt this plnn. It would be far
more effective. I would even neglect
the children and make the men dres '
"My a household boycott you would ,
enforce on men that division of labor '
between the sees wlch we hear so I
much about. Men tell us that women
should not meddle In politics because
politics l men's affair and women's
no-.,!,. i .v, i,,o w.t i,.unn ,
while keri.lnn b's wife out nf nolitles.
ntrilfllos In linmn affntTm nnA IhrrnUy 1
r(,i,c(s ,, nwn pr(nr.,i
..Lct mru KCt lh;lr own moa!f.
,,. nftPr 1( ohMren and attend' to
authority in the home nnd be more
willing to give thn women half au- i
thorlty in politics." (
If the petition of the suffragists, whot
are distinguished from the militant suf -
of Commons nnd state their case i,
llowed. the antl-sUffraglsts, among
, wlioin Mrs. Humphry Ward, the an-
thor. and the Countess
of Jereey are
i prominent, will mnke a
2 KILLED ON THE IMPERATOR
Mammoth I, liter Not Daraaaetl Ity
I llrnrlnr Kxpliistoii,
Special fable Pteptiteh to Tnr Si
llAMni'itn. Anril L'5. Two members of
the crew of the Imperntnr. who were in- I 'lay because David U. Hrow n. the com-jur-d
In yesterday's accident, died to- j mission's accountant, Is exhausted from
day and throe others ore dying 1 Is continuous testimony this week.
Hrown testified to-day that as far a
The local office of the llamburg-Anier- could be ascertained there was J9.00o.0iia
It an Line received ft despatch yestrtlit. ,,, tangible assets of the New York.
from Hamburg saying that the nre
, ..,-..,.,..,,,. . ,,. . .I,. ,
the despatch says.
the workman carried
a pocket cigar lighter aboard and while
1 .tut mininK in mi me i unter irom n small
that Ignited the covering of the container
"While nttemntlmr tn withdraw tit r.m
Tille attempting to withdraw the can
of benzine from the covering In which it
wl" enclosed the main part of the liquid
-,- ; ...j..... ....
W,,"Ul d'nK ""5 "nm"K0 10
"RAILROADS BAR LONG HATPINS.
""" " Ja-ow'
br other Companies,
.. ?' I"") " Tnr scv
Mraus, vnri i't. inn managers or
... i . ..... n" ...
(Va d 0"h 'Welded aecrcon:
,r(.ni.0 , ,,, riaiion simiitr .
those of Horr von Jitcnw In recant to
ihe wenrlnir nf Inni- lmlnlns In- n-mi.ii
It ls ,,.. .h.. t'.,,A nn
' order forbidding the wearing of them
I on nil trains.
RUBBER FOREST IN CALABRIA.
Tract IlUenvrred In Itnly U Valued
nt SrArral .tllllliins.
Special Cable Petipatch tn Tor Sen
Romk, April 25. A rubber forest has
been discovered In tho mountains of
Cnlnhrln the value of which ls estl-
mated at several million dollars.
TO EXCAVATE BURIED CITIES.
Pom pel I nnd llereiililiiriiin Work,
Special Cable lietpntch to Tim Ri n.
II. ...u A oi-ll 'I-. A Bnnl.l,, r,e n.iihn.
..., ' ' , ,.,"i:,. ,, ' ,.;, ,i,
In this city with the object of raising
subscriptions tn terminate the excavn
tlnn of Pompeii nnd Herculnneum.
NEW PETROLEUM IN ARGENTINA.
Immense Field UUcoverril In Prov
ince of Holla,
special Cable lepalcH to Tnr. Sl'N
Hi'KNoa Atrpih, April 28. A petroleum
Held, which, it la asserted, Is of Immcnsn
extent, has been discovered In the prov
Incn of Hnltn by an engineer In the De
partment of Agriculture,"
,'1,0110,000 rtnllrnail nniitl Sale,
The Ht. Louis and flan Franoisoo Hall-
This Athletic UNDERWEAR
for Men usually costs 50c & 75c
1 These undergarments nrc made of superior quality
checked nainsooks, satin plaids and mercerized stripes,
any one of which is as cool as any man can want.
The workmanship is the best that is put Into underwear
of the 50c and 75c varieties. Mostly sleeveless shirts,
but a few quarter sleeves In the number, and all fin
ished with reinforcing at neck and shoulders. The
drawers, too, have reinforced scams and arc knee
length. A quality offering throughout, at a price
which you will find it hard to duplicate without taking
a risk on the quality. Perfect in cut, make nnd fit.
Men's INITIAL Handkerchiefs
regularly 25c each
today 6 for 95c
A sale in ichich you really pay
little or nothing for the "initial" cost
Plain White Handkerchiefs, with satin stripes and
colored medallion initial in one corner, nnd the initial
Is guaranteed fast color.
Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs, with colored
medallion initial to match. Colors arc blue, hclio, nnd
tan. Guaranteed fast color.
SAYS NEW HAVEN HAD
M PAPER PROFITS'
1 III IJll 1 11V1 LIU.
Amtuntnnt Tells of $7,000,000
Reinc Credited in
TrTT,M)i; I)V .
Lr, 1 I r,ll l(r.Al)
' H ,K S
Hrnndeis Xow a "Citizen
Hoston, April 15. louls D. Urnndels
1 formaUy wUh(lrew ,lU, appearance
. behalf of the Boston trult nnd I rodllue
j I'xchnnge nt the Interstnto Commerce
' Commission's hearing to-dny on the New
Knglnn'l railroad situation, but he will
' k u.ltl . oxanlnation ns a tit-
' "n. Charles F. Choate, ,lr.. also entered
io-day ns a citizen, although hn said
I that he had at first contemplated np-
pearlng In behalf of President Mellon
of the New Haven road.
The hearing was adjourned until Moll.
Wo tch ister ,, Hos,on. Another point
to l.uuldatlon of more than
$1,500,000 of the notes of that ron.l
thronirV, n ieii Ihenl.i of denoslt which
wont the rounds of three l.anKs l.erore
i.etng deposited finally w ith the National
silnwmut Hank of Hoston. Tills pro-
, ,'vl he t-stltltn. irom t. asii.er ow
man or tne .now nnven roati. i resiuen
man of the Now Haven road. President
Mellon, he said, did not desire to have
his name concerned with the transnc-
Testimony showing ho the New Un
, von road appears to have put on Its
, books huge profits which were seemingly
only paper profits obtained by transfers
:, if stock to nnd fio between Its subsld-
larles wns brought out from iiriwn.
! These "apparent profits," ns they were
termed by Irrnndois, were used to swell
tho company's surplus account on the
books, Hrown said.
Accountnnt Hrown cited one case In
' "V! "T itr nVlnv
Now KngUnd Navigation Company
i hontrht shnres nf the New Haven roiiu
bought shares of the Now Haven road.
from the Now Hnven In exchange for
debentures of tho Consolidated Hallway .
Company. As the result, said the wit-(
noss, the New Haven put on Its books n i
"ononr tirofll" of about $7,000,000. and
the navigation company, by subsequent
I dealings tn the debentures, recorded a
book profit of $645,000.
j The witness replied that the nnvlga-
tlon company held 215,000 shares of the
e" M.t en siock on .1 one ju, i.. i., w 1111.11
I v.... ii,n uinni'n T....rt nn 111" !. ,Ot
...- . nn n . .. ...I .1.
1 waH r'iu'11 lts boons at 34,ti,i9,t.oi.
1 "What Is the actual market value of
j thnt stock to-day T'
on n oasis 01 tin a snare tne actual
vnlue would be npproxlmately $10,000.-
000 less than tho figures nt which it
. , , . . ,,
stands on the company's books."
I Hrown tesilflod that In 1907 President ,,KnPor of (.ap May county, and Will
Terminate Mellon wrote n letter toOaklelgh Thome m j, Johnson, a freeholder of the H.itni)
of New York snylng that the putuic was
getting "dangerously near" the knowl-
edge that the Now Hnven wns financing
the Port Chester nnd Now York. Ac
cording to Hrown, the letter also snld
that It "would not be tnn part of pru
dence to disclose the relations of the New
Hnven to the suburbnn lino to cither the
public or the stockholders."
.The New I lax en road flnnnccd the
suburban line In 1907 through the Mlll
brook Company and put $11,155,000
Into tho project, according tn Hrown.
He testified nlsn that the men who acted
for Mr. Mellon wore Thome and Mars
den .1. Perry of Providence, I
"Is this the samn Mr. Porry whom tho
Governor of Rhode Islnnd or Connecti
cut recently nppnlntcd on Gov. Foss's t
conference to solvo tho railroad problem
of Now Kngland?" nuked Urandcls. 1
"I do not know," replied nrown.
Another letter was addressed to
Thorne and Perry. l'p to the date of
that letter $11,155,000 hud been trans-1
fcrred. The letter referral to nn agree-'
mcnt between thn New Haven nntl the
Mlllbrook Company for a railroad
at 34th St.
connecting the Interborough line In New
York with that of Port Chester.
Letters to the Mlllbrook Company,
,-ead by the witness. Asked how much
money wns left of tho $11,000,000 at that
time, witness said he did not know,
Kxnmlner Prouty nnked Brown If h
found any Items covering expense or
Drown said that the New Haven
vouchers In fnvor of the Doston News
Hureau between .Tanunry 1, 1911, and
.larcu i, irio, ue nau louun nKKregaieu
' J35.52S in pnmcnt for advertising nnd
that during .lanuary, February nnd
I Mnrch last the payments to the news
for advertising amounted to
!:;?6;. . , .,
ti nt-ii .ti. iiiM it; u 1 1- nun i-uivi vvi
his appearanco ns a citizen Hrnndeis
said to him: "I think, Mr. Choate. you
are counsel for the New Haven Rail
road, nren't you?"
When Mr. Choate denied this nnd de
nied also that he was counsel for the
Now Kngland Navigation Company Mr.
Hrnndeis asked Kxamlner Hrown If he
. , . d of mivments tn
Mr c'hoate. Mr. Urown said Hint on
May 31, 190S, there wore recorded In
the navigation company's books two
vouchers In favor of Charles F Choate.
.If., ca ng for $7,032 nnd $0,950, or a
Brandels: "What was the account
Mr. Hrown: "Shares totalling $6,950
Issued In favor of the New Haven tn
lelmliurse that company for payments
made to Mr. Choate for legal services."
SEE UNDERWOOD AS PRESIDENT.
Tim lleiirraentntlve Predict It It
t Tariff Succeed!.
Washinoton, April 25. It was pre
dicted In the House to-day thHt Oscar
W. I'ntlerwood of Alabama, the Demo
cratic lender, will be elected President
of the Fnlted States If the pending
tariff bill Is successful as n law. The
prediction was expressed or Implied In
', speeches by Representative Palmer of
Pennsylvania, n Deivoerat. and Repre
sentntlve Langtry of Kentucky, a Re
publican. "If Mr. I'nderwnotl continues to rtow
' In popularity In this country nnd the
tariff bill Is a success nothing cnn utop
Mr. I'ndorwood from going to the White
House," said Mr. Langtry. "No com-
, blnation could defeat him, not even
ltryaii, Wilson, Clark, Roosevelt or La
Folio tie, either singly or worklnn In
After paying a high tribute to the
, public services of Mr. t'nderwood Mr.
I Palmer snld:
His party can never pay to htm the
. ,,, until it
unless perhape; I
rewards htm with
,,, honi)r of tnn onIy nfflco (n ,ll0 Te.
,,ulitlc which is larger in power and
rnSpnslbllity than that which he now
WARRANTS FOR OFFICIALS.
I t tinrnrj-firnrrnl to l.miU Over Ills
I ., ,v. VH r. iii
I Ill ' . t l ,
(,cn,,rn, wnson Is expected here to-mor
1 ron. t 0(l4 vi.r ti evidence n-cured by
jack Whiting, a Hums detective, by use
, of the dictaphone Planted in Hiiildon Hall
on wnn u uii.iui 101111-1 m
"eean 'Mly dirlnres he will swear out
"i";1" to-morrow for the nTre-t of W
St'ott Hnnd, .1 nimnlfr f tlio Ocean
'"f V1", 1 '' mmu,in., . i,i....i..b iiie.
The detective does not say that h" paid
money excpt to due man, ami the dicta-
Phone records do not mention any trail?.
lPr.?t n"" ut cont,RJ" a,m (U"V" "''
testimony as to prevloui denla of sim
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