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CROPSEY QUESTIONS T
Jurist Volunteers Testimony
In "lliiiiripirkril .luilpes'
DKXIKS FAWlltlNG fSHOl'T
S't-rcnie '"ourt JuKtlce Tovtneiid
Scudder loluntarlli appeared cterdi
afternoon before the .pcrliil committee
appointed iy the Itiooklvn ll.ir Aso.l.i
Hon to Inqtllie linn Dl.trl( Attorney
rrorsej "hand picked .ludeca" speech,
and In a lenRthy t!i Irnx-nt ilcnlctl Hint
lni.ier Stephen It.ildw In. to whom he
cranted two million In fatcr of fnnner
fomptroller Kilvvaid M. ilrolit, vine Ids
Mttornpy at the time Italdvvlti nrfturd the
rJrout application boi.it c him. lie .imj
Ha d th.it hp lud npl.v a ellKht noo.ti.ilnt..
ancp with Mr. Cirmit .ind that hp ppr- I
tnlttPd the foiinei I'ompliollcr to iiitpoct I
th Orand ,Iur minutes .mil ot.Uied the
transfer of a eatr .iKaiimt Mr tlroiit
from .he f'nnlill fnlirt In the Sintrum
Court eolelv on lea.il arounde. M '" rate, though there were man)
Juitlce fruddrt "Hid that hp had not rumors of trouble few iCK.mkd the.a
learned of thp appointment of the ape- aerlousiy. There In lery little doubt
rial committee or of Mr. t'ropwy'g ehai- ' that the Uoicrnoi-iicneial w.ia fulh
actcrUatlon of bJm a a "h.ind picked , info) m d by thn Manila police and hy
.TudKe" mid "lap 'friend" of the former the constabulary, and it about two
Comptroller until hi return from Uu.opp , houts boforp thn disturbance took place
last Decciuhei He arked Mi. frnpney he left In the Government .icht llr.il
if he hail HH'-erird thn Lavvtrr 11. il. hi In with his family, his aide-de-camp. Card,
was the Juotli-e's i ouiijpI when the Orout t'omnili-key, and one or two filends for
motions wen. before him Mr. fiopsoy the Mshlns banks of M.ilanipna Found
Mliswpred that he had been so Informed in the Island of Palawan about fort
by ionic one In his olll.p. j bourn steaming outh of Manila
rtplnln llnliluln'. rri lee, j llesil of Arm) Attn..
The JiiMIre said that Mr llabhvln 'r1 Jta:r. roniinanclInK the troops
had been his at'ornev in a "trehnli-al" ! the Philippines, was In P.tKulo spind
sense onl lie had reqiiested him to, ,,1' ChrletmaM holldas, and al
take a wr.tten statement to the .luitb es ' Ihoujh Hie ann Is always in elose
r.f ihe Appellate Pivl-lon alter the Jus- turn h with the situation he did noi
lice had decided thn It would not b 1 to"m U necessary to letum to Manila,
urop' to appeal In peuon before that' 'rie olHLlal leport of Chlif Seater.
ri.ur: In rnnnecttmi with an application M'inlla I'ohce pepai tincnt. datfd I'e
hy Lawyer Itobeit II. Wilson for an comber 2B, dcMdbcs the Mtuailon in
Investluation of ehaices made bv Srud-1 detnll as follows:
der against him lie had peter met Mr. i "for some tlmo past we had Inforiru.
Baldwin before polnc on tee Suprems ; "" ,hjt I"'1" WJ lo 'u' nn uprlslns
Court bench ami hid neitt- dls.-used 1 at mlrinlKht on Pcccmber 31. hut on
with him any phase of the Orout matter, j Pecember 23 our Information was that
"I never heard an one of the Jus- fie date bad been chanced lo S or I-'
tlces say that the Gruiii nutter was a o'clock on the night of the 24th.
nleasant one." added .tustlee Seudder.
"So far as 1 felt and they felt It was a
subject unpleasant to all of us when It
came before us "
Dlniiet Attotnej t'ropsey wa al
lowed to 'iiiestlon .liisilee Seudder Mr
Cropsrt beciin hv .iskmc wbv the .ludce
had traiuferie.1 the r;-ont Indie. tnent "f f"1 "nrnei. Plilllpplne Constabu
fiom the County to Hie Supreme Court lan. stole the Co1onel retolier, sabre.
Justice Scudder rtplied that Ihe trial of ehoes. leathfr lecchi". and left i note
Orout could be expedited in the Su-' -tntliiK that he had been called lo tiKht
preme Court, wiieie thoie weie fourteen '
"It ran throiiRh m mind." .Instlre
Scudder rontlnued "that ihe llront mat-
ter had been made bv ou a political
matter You made cauipalcn on what
yon would do. If chvtnl. In relation to.
thi Lnlori Hank "
Atnllls I ll.lllillril llillllllll
Asked what IcriiI srounds were fnven
for a change of venue in In half of Jlr.
nrout, Jnrtlie .Sptnl.l r 'fpbed that the
facts In Hit cafe involv. I i illlllrult .
.piebtlon of law which limilrf he p.ised
upon bv the highest ."int. lie de-
ellned to state what trr. the ginunds
for a change of venue because be did
not wish to show "gre.i knowledge or
sreaa icnoranch'' nf the law. lie had
passed the bar examination, hut doubled
whether he could pas.i another. .Mr.
Croptey and the member of the 10111
mlttee thousht that thc were all In
the same boat with him In that respect.
Mr Cropscy questioned Justice Seud-
rt at lArt...1, I,lu ...11 I n..
the Items In the Indictment found
D.nlnu, 1f C!r.n Th. Iti.U.'. ..,,....
rnii,. h,.- "hi. I.. v. ,u .,r .i.J.
after reallng th- minutes nf the Crand
.Iur' he was warranted In deciding as
Until Mt Cropsev and Jusil.e Scud--
der were giten time to submit briefs to
20 DIE IN MINE EXPLOSION.
Fonr Pinners Mill Ulsslnc nf Ills
1'niiKlit In W nr!lni;n.
Patettivili.e. U Va . Peb. fi Twent
p5d and four silll niisltiR is the
result of an explo ion to-day In a mine
of the New Rltet Coal Company at Car
lisle, near heie One hundred and sltv
eight miners were entombed b the ex-
plosion The Rieactr number ewaped
Rescue partleh were at once organized .
to search the workings and letcue trains I
were started to the scene. When an
open lamp curled by a miner came n
contact with a pocket of ga- In a re-
mote, part of the mine the explosion 1
The hoisting apparatus was not dam- 1
asea. anu many or tie miners who were
.aught weie quickly brought to theiw)6, , x'ev,Pfttl, that ,,e icpo'rted .0
surface. The Stat- mine Inspec.ora . th, BCtn 1 ch,,f of con3,ahul;lr, So
hurried to tho working nnd made a , Illrlhf,r n,c!!sage was received from Ca-
careful SPar.'h for victims
LACKS VHEATCORNER PROOF.
IT. . Attorney nt ( blcng.i Trjlnu
lo .Sift I'nelH rr(lil lli-tirsn.
Chicago, Feb. B. L'nited States DIs-
trlrt Attorney Charles CI) ne admitted
to-day that his information regarding a
combination of wealthy men said to be
trying to corner cash wheat was largely
hearsa) Hie InvrsliK.itors, however, are
still seeking evidence
Wheat for May delivery closed at
ll 83 ' 1 , a los of Is, cents from tester
day's final figures It sold iih low as
ll.6;i, and at the best letel to-day was
11.61. Yesterday's high pomt was 51 67.
CITY BANK'S PARTY SAILS
Will Open llranclic In Tito Cities
A delegation fiom the National City
Rank sailed tceterd.o on the l,anipoit
and Holt steamship Verdi for Br.uul ti l
citabllRh branches ot the bank in ltlo 1
.lanlero and Santos. Tho parly eon- ,
sinter! of flf'een employees. In charg.i
..i i..ini a. i.uiiu. nn-.isi.uii u.rciBii
The purpose of estahllslllllg thce ,
branches. Mr. nurns said. Is to bring
about better trado ttlatlons between
the two countries.
"There, will be no Imports of gold. tiff,
ing to the foielgn .redlt irhange." hn .
added'. "If the branches in Santo and I
Wo are successful anothei branch will ,
be cftablLhtd in Hao I'aulo. They ,
nste dccii eanetloiuwl by tho I eder.il
Among thoie who a-companied Mr.
Burns were Francis V. Illake, A. l,aw -
rence Hopkins and John V Thomas, i
WILLS AND APPRAISALS.
Michaci n FlivuLEr. who died in
Brookbn on Deecmber 2. left an es-
late of ISS.Onn, the bulk of which gnes
to his wife. Mrs .lane ,M Huckle " Tpe '
nv r.nv,. ... c. -ri... ' ... I
..... ..u,iw,i ,,, , nuiiian
Aqulnas's Church recenos rjon
John H. Oatjf, who died in Brook
lyn on .lamurv 1 left an estate of
H,nnn to his wife, Mie Minna ijatje.
Fbank An.vouti. who died in Hiook-
ic"ene i, "y u" " CU" of i
l.,000 He had nng b. en incompetent,
and Furros-ate Ketcham is.sued letters ,
nf admimstrsiion in Ins brother, Win
lam, and hie slstei, Mrs, Minnie A
MANILA SLEPT WHILE FILIPINOS
GATHERED TO RUSH INTO THE CITY.
Plans Were Heady in Prov
in ccs to .loin Capital
inrinl Crirfe$poitdftiee to 'I'lir. Sit .
Manila, l. t., Pee. .n. 1 1 1 4 After
many yeara of inarms the oft lepcatcd
ciy throughout the l'lilllpplncK of
Wolf! Wolf!" soniPlhliis really
wolilsii happened In ManllA on Chrlat-
I'crlnni tli people and the authori
ties li.nl Iven lulled Into n fale " fccl
Ins of ;ei'urll because so man I'lh
plno .of nil vv.HKh of lift- were holding
oIIIccj oi helms .'inplo.ved by thp liotern
input nl bccaimc It hup ccneiiilly be.
!lptd that no IMIpliio would take p.itt
in ,t ,,bilC disturbance which mlsnt'
. , ,, ., ,, ,
"""tctv with thf. month pro5rc of
Hip .lone lilll and local legislators who
are eniaced In lush epced procMa ot
All IKilliC olllceiw off dut were held
.n stations and extra olllcers wire flit
out to repoit any unusual (.atliei .uus.
Several scrtants left thcli empIo.iers
and warped them of Ihe Intnidfd up
rlslns and bessed them to remain In
then 1ioues or inshl. .The seriant
for hi" country.
"Unrly In the ecnhis a man
pit ked up on Hlllbld Vlcjo with an Older
,n rendezvous at the Hotiinleal itardeus
Immediately. This man had also In-
i'0""''1' hi emplojers that h had bCfn
ilea oui 10 nsm
Secret ert lee on Hut.
I'pon learning that the Bo anual
liatdtti' were in be the lendezvous secret '
M',vi"' w,'r'-' delalled to obserto the
actions or any suspicious cnaracteis tnai
might Rather there.
A' I M. they leporte.i that there
" , ,
hour the nunibir had iuciease.1 to wome. of
sovcmy-lUe A Mllplno car. ikcr had,
mixed wilh the crowd and heard the ,h
'"iins and became very much frightened ;
ann notinen me by telephone lb it thev
intended to hate an uprising In the citt i
; - ,
lir.,,,A,llrt 1I v ,
; , , ,
consiucieo II uiiwin-: in i I
.01 minaoic niiniDer gamer ii i.i- i.i..tr
at one time, .-j I Instrncled Ihe chief of
secret service and Capt. llohmann lo
them to be careful ami as far as possible
to avoid nnv violence. Some fifteen or
to avoid any violence. Some fifteen or
""""'J' mvn were ariested. all of whom
ofrcr,rt om tcalstance hut were easib
, oveipowued and t ikeii to the stition
''lim '""V V
earning lomealed weapons, daggers,
nniing-aiiiinse. iiinuni cuiiiiiiiesiun-,
or.leis, Katanur.an Inslgtila and a large
Katapunan Hag- Some of these men
wire dnased in new utiitorm copied
from the old uniforms of t.ie lnurrec.
uunisis. 1 it Luiniiiiraiuiu n.... .i.o. ir,
were signed by the nicatte organization.
Practically all of tluss men hate con
fessed. Other f'roiTil IMsiere.l,
"There, were a number of gathering
In the city during the early part of Ihe
night which weie dispersed b the police
without making arrests and with no is-
,,.,. helm? nrtere,!.
,.u ( Ai iM. telephone mesage wn
rrrVeil finin Caloocan slating that
,er0 ,, j,Ke uprising in Malabon
, renuetlng police .irslstance I
lXem tt ,viSe to not If them that 1
would keep In tourh with them mi ti-e
telephone and if need of ab.ilM.we he-
imperatlte I would send It. other
i further message was received from Ca
I loocan during the night.
1 "At 1 :1a A. M. In Tondo. while In
vesllgatlng suspicious petsons. a patrol
man was attacked with a bolo. bul wa
not severely Ipjtited He tired nt his
assailant, who ran away wilh bis com
panion in the dhertlon of the Ceiue.
leilo del Norte. This man was also In
deserves fiom two stations
were sent to the vlclnlt, hut nothing
As a matter nf fart most of the people
ot Manila did not know of the dl-
lurh.iiucH until the) load It in the paper
Christmas morning. A dance, given lu
o.ti, nt ,li n.ot t.rntnl.i.'.it IPItlnlno .ll.liu
'ri,, VI Itunrn t llin nl 1. 1 .l.o.i M..,.I
Mesa on the outskirts of the rlt. was
largelv attended. Th. usual crowds
thronged the streets and went to the
churches for midnight mass, though liter
In the night as the news of the. abor-
I tlve uprising spread about many hur
rled to their homes and barred tho
doors. They feared the unbridled vlo
lnce of their own people, and In snm
case called for the assistance of Amer
net nil In Prntlnee.
incie is no uuesiioii nut mat tne
.Manila tllsturnance was connected with
an orgiimzru cnori io siari an uprising
in the arllacent nrnvlnces of rtlxul. nnlu. !
can and 1-aguna. On the same night
e lies :itmrfl nit 1 hnln nnrl a fu Mia. I
arms ralde.1 Natotas and Caloocan.1 I'alni"ss and accuracy demand the
which are Just outside of Manila, and Positive statement that thete Is tin ev'
iihando. At Natotas they dlsuimt'il the de ice tending to Involve the moper'y
municipal police and also the Filipino holding class of natlv es the Indubtrloyi
Governor. Scnnr Melendie. and at-!""'" wlm ',;u' something at stake
tempted to rob the municipal safe Some of the politicians are end avorhlg
There is some suspicion aga.imt ,
Penor Jlelendie and the ex-ietolutlon-
ary Ceneral, rio del Pilar, who was
wlth him, ptcsumably to Insuie peace
Tho latter had a gun, hut It was not
I taken away ironi film, us the vould he '
Insurrectos declared they recMgnlicd htm
as their former General. Melendres had
two armed men w ith him, and yet it ap
pears that lu turned ovei the arm
w ,. ul "
colters who demanded he
A rather iomlc.il incldei
without te'tsiance to one of the re.
incident happened al
Caloocan, whcie the constabulary and
some of the residents, having been
warned, undertook to head off the raid
Ing gang of sedltionists. After going
through Nanus the gang went up Ihe
rlter In a native boat and crossed to
falnocan at the very point where the
constabulary was waiting,
Jubt as the boat touched bottom the
Cnlrinenn enntlnpent lnn-.i.il
larcn and heavy flah net -of the nsnat
lyid Hiipported on Auir foiiR bamboo
Francis Burton Harrison.
Governor-General of the Philippines
poles, havine a sptead of ibout twenty
fit h feel The net complete y cotered
the hi;it ami nearly di owned the
"pan lots," and the weie all gathered
lnlo the Caloocan lockup, wet and sur
pilsed. Lenders Cnptureil,
Otner arrests ni beuiR made aad It
seems llktd.i that at least inn individual
will be detained The Hate nment has
aimouiiieil the Intention to make a
vIromuis attempt to capture the leaders
So far the apptehended include no one
of importamc. all heiiiK of the lone'.
i'iijs They claim the) do not know the
names of their leade:s Many envy
aiilloE-.'inlinss. which Hie isno-ant too
beliete will make them Invisible and
Invulneinble to the enemies' bullets.
Iteports from the provinces me comlnc
in tather sfnvly, jicrhaps be. sue of the
holidays, and the constabulary and cen
tra, authorities m Manila are not In
ellnr ' o cite out much Infoi million.
Tlleie soul icason to believe that the
mniement extends to many piovlnce,
and It the Manila uprising had met with
nni sucre scrlmi dislurb.tpres In the
piovlnic would hate followed fiulclily.
Of .-nurse thouand of minors aie fly.
Ins about the city. i:eiywheie the
S'elel piei'iiuiions a;e heliiR taken by
Ihe ,n my. nat, constabulary and polli e
Outwaiilly mallei are lalin. but there
I no telllnc wheie or when another out
bieak may occur.
At the ii.n t lavrf In '"avlie four ma
chlr,. linn hue hem hnsllli mounted at
ciiinmiinilliiff points Ainu- hate been Is
hue.l t.i eltlllan enip'oes
(iinrdv t'lilrol Conntl',,
Al Pom MeKlnlet, x miles from Ma
nila, the cl ill. in pinplnicc lute, been
aimed, alao the American secretiir.t of
the post A. Al C. A. I;tia licit y KUards.
are patrolllnc the ronntiy for some
miles The cat airy I out In squad of
sl anil all peison- and tehl.le are un
dpi observation. Many lettei hate been
leceited bt nlllieis from natltes and
oi'ieis ait Ins waridns
Mi. ,1.n ..Inl.. ..P 1a ?;, M
.,,,,. , ,.,,.. ... .
!,,-,. ... ,,. ,,, ,i,..i,. ... i.J .. '
umnlns away fioni one blaze. Hi
,,.,, , ,,,,,,
I" Manila the eltlllan emplovees of
thp HrmJ. h )() ,mt ,,rpn arniPlli hut
eveiy one understands his duty In cate
tln,,,r Thr. ,. i,,),.,r n'c,n(- ;,
n,)r,)K!l n,.in fn,, M hnl of
,.i ,,!, .,, ,.
H0.c.,le. warnings "Youi hoiise will be
hlJrm,(, t.n(K, ..nnn-f K out after
U. 1 Jlf'' ,. ' ' ..'..?" ; .::
o'i lu-.iiiiiii. s.v. ii ..'u.ir hi me .
- . ... . . , . . I
-..iiiiKr .. i -asiy, a lasiuoiiaoie sunurn
. onialnliig the Polo Club and several
, cllriir-r.M. became nenou at seeing
-,,,, nf ,,... .,!, ..,! !
"nn' squads drilling with Imitation guns.
Manila police and tnotnrcjcle ottlce: a
olr hPn, fm (f) ,,,,) ,ln,n (,',wn.
r.. ni,.i .1 . ... ....
flie olllcial report of the lioieinor-
iieeeral is given herewith
Sr-rrtiiru 0 U'nr, Wash.ngton ;
net. 1 ring to telegram I -on' vour
"" of "'" :nh '"' '" headquar-
trlH rUl th)t ,hrrfl ,lhtll(.1 n
tn, ,ll( rpports about Cjereeldor
i-.1Mbao and Prnlle alleged wur,enep
Th, in .,, a,, naimd organiza-i
,0II? ,vllo.. movem-nts are well kno a
lo tI lioternmenl A law is about to
n.iseU nroh 1, t 11c then e;.iten. e
without appinvrfl of the riovcrnor-Oe.n-eial.
"ln Chrl'lmas eve there wns a mall
and liiism cessful motement in Manila
connected ivlth the Itlcarte cmipalgn
Itlcarle has foi everal tears conducted
from llinigkopg rev olutlnn.n t props
garni i appealing to the niot ignorim
classes or Plllplno ami selling through
hi agents 111 the Island commission in
111, so-called atmj for nun from one "to
Itlcnrti- Lenders lleM,
"Puring th past three months fl.e of'
the rtlc.it te 'rvdera hate been arrested 1
Hid sentenced to four and fl years,
"rJ"hV"? "lTf J.B
1 ' 'c' a ''11ll"on:" '
including (tltartes tight hand man Tt
a grafting scheme
gtilse, but from
time to tlmp .uoipes excitement among
tineduc.tted classes ChrPtmas eve
nboitt setpnty-llvp mpn, extremely ig
norant, without lliearms, met at the
TVitanlcal (larriens In Manila and were
dlspcri.nl by the municipal police with
out disorder except that tlvee shots
were llrnl Into the air bv the police and
' K' l'er
.icni .n unarc in carrying conceaieu
weapons, knives and bolo.. 1
"Nobody was Injuied except one man 1
shot hy a policeman later in night In
another part nf the city when he at
tacked policeman with holo Move
ment of similar character occiiircd at
.l .. a, ini iiiurs null! .liamia. wnei e
,,0"t 'Tty men assembled and en-
deavored unsuccessfully to loot munlel-
l,a' "lf'' Inking provincial Onvernor
Prison r. who afterward escaped unln-
Twenty of this party eiptured by
constahukiij or municipal police Ten
men with two rlrearms In I.aguna de
flay attempted to make trouble last
night, with no ipsults Kve-yihlng
uuiet now. and vigorous attempt w'll be
made to pcurp leaders, chief of whom
Is bellevril to be man undpr se. tence nf
ilnlirisorinipnt for homicide. nbn li.s
jumped his ball Nobody of any stand-
ng or influence Is concerned In this
movement 1 1. vr.ru so v
S Politic In rprlslne.
" scapegoat and It has been
hinted b persons of promlnencs that
iikihiiw.i n ,m r.iiTisK.tiENTS.
It l uncomfortable
to fiel tbs.t yon can
not Inush when jou
want to on account
of linvlnc poor teeth
rin not have poor teeth
There absolutely no
icason for It Come
to us and vie will
how you ho your
teeth ran he nisde
perfect and how little
will rnvt ynu
DR. L..J. HOYT, DENTIST
IStl rultnn St., nr,.lsj nr Smith St., Il'kljn,
Do not mlstike Ihe number
Reaunful artlflrlal jum et of teeth. N ,
" f. 1 "pwaio, Piiracting mr voed.
--- .,.,nn.,t, lira
matet slven A LI, HOIIK AVArtASTt'ir;;;
rinni, i up. jceta.
THE SUN, SUNDAY,
Quick Work in Check hip;
Cprisiiifr Stops Spread
of t lie Revolt.
certain business Interests and American
rnrfi liii'its wei" cOiKcrned in the ills
tip ha ces or fnmented the story of thn
tlprlshiR to defeat the .lones bill.
N'othlnit could be further from the
truth. The business ronimunlty Is so
Incensed at the spreading of such He
that n committee of representative citi
zens cr.hlel the Srcrrtnry of War an
noiinclnR the.lr resenlnient .iRnrist tlie
repotted chaises and dem,indln Con
nr - i or.i. hivrstlR.iilon
ArrnrdlUK to Information terpited Per
tam piper In the I'nlted states pub
lished a "lor thai the Philippine Siouis
stnlloned on Correjjldor were illsarfeeted
and had been disarmed. Hen. Hnlley
cominandlng CoireRlrior and the other
fortlilcatlons at the mouth of the ba.
ltlcntte. who Is, hlained for the uprls
InK. Is a cunnliiR fellow of ordln.iri In
lelllRence, an exile a hanger on of a
cheap I'lllnlno hirbsr shop In lIotiRkonR.
The ten fact that he Is an exile raises
him In the estimation of the iRnomnt
Classps. Kor team he has been encim-eil
In a wbolenle Rraftlns scheme, sfl'lne
i omni..sloU III the "arint of llbernllnn "
Mailt of his dupes send him mmrilnt-
tlousj riom time to time, oihe.s pu,
chase (ommlsslons of xar.tlnc rank as
tl.ted lit ipsnlar tmirr or aPiordlii(? to
Ilkuito's ptpsslni; nerd for fund
l.ieu enar.ts and "':iilnl:is ate t, m, . .
ou in -ome provinces In f.ut theie
are moie olfb er than piltaies. The
documents found on the cnptineA re
tollers ilurlus the last few dae how
Put HicMttn has been dninE a hml
off ne business They also reteal a
fault well orsanlzid plan or uprllnR to
stall In Manila and simultaneous!) In
ihe ne.irbv province and In be taken
up In tnme temote cotnc If the
Jlanlla motement met with success
I'll) foe I be Nnlltc.
T'i one lltinc here and sppiiir the
outn.ml calm and know Ins nt the pre
paredness of the nnnv, navy, police and
f nnstahulHry--tlie existence of this
frustrated cold blooded scheme of mur
der and loot, causes a feellnc of pity
foi the mlRUldei and iKnoriint native
ami a realisation of Dm uttei unpre
parcdness of t'e linvn class for the
Kcr me nf Inrtlvidiinl i eeponslblllty nr
t cint, is of seteral people who arc
leaders lo profession il ami bu-auey ac.
tltllle support the stalemrnt Mint II
Is Rpiir rail) considered Hi" disturbances
w r -e Infliiprv'fil bt Ibe prevailing idea
that tue tint ei i nent Is itenk. anl afraid
to letsln the Phlllppii es hecau".- of en- i
tanglrmetit with Japan, the fan. led pm-
terloi or drleiital people taat Wash- .
lugton seeks a wav to rc i Id of the Isl.
land and turn them mr to the fill- I
Pino at'd that the wholesale disci sege blo.k down th. Il.iwery to the Itad'et 'so. Before they 'ould reach an under
nf Anier.ci'i emplovees was slgnlt'car! ! II si tie I la II. w ne. e hot coffee was werte.l I standing as to' tap business alT.nrs of
of the impending ahindunment of theii.. them, a charii.t that Hlshop of ths thc Princess the wa: began and Wole-
couclrv - ,
The ISii' Scout o. KS' lxat .on Is p.irtieu-
larlv st'ong In Manila and I raiitd't
spreadl'ir in the ptotlnc" Much of
their dr'lllrg I done nt night not onlv
in the outskirts of Hip dty but In nll-
able pi. res ev.'i ,n populnu districts. ,
I'lllpltio ate tiatural nddlclp.l.to i-ard
routine work, and th question Is oft-n
askd as to whnt inspire thee nun to
a.ecible at nlelii and drill In the gras
ar.d mud and hike over uneven countrv ,
wh'-ii thev roo d he much more com-
foi table at home The novprnor-C,pn-
fu ar "!,nn""v! AV:'S n,. !s "'h,'",t
" h" P'is-e.1 prohibiting their existence
hi aoptnval Peril, ip the
iiOternne-r.ener.il did not know It. but
I sone of fe organizations i ittlied
In uniform of the same cloth and nl-
95 OF THE
A Prophecy Fulfilled
Robert Kennedy Duncan, Professor of Industrial Research,
University of Pittsburgh, Professor of Industrial Chemistry,
University of Kansas, author of "The New Knowledge,"
"Chemistry of Commerce," and numerous text books, in
his "Some Chemical Problems of To-day" predicted the
arrival of caffeineless coffee.
Kaffee HAG is tho fulfillment of this prophecy.
Kaffee HAG is a blend of the choicest coffees from which
the caffeine has been removed without impairing the flavor,
aroma, or appearance of the bean. Sick or well it will be
wiser to drink Kaffee HAG; you will miss'none of the
delights of coffee and save your nerves, heart and stomach.
Kaffee HAG is recommended by physicians, hospitals and
sanitariums all over the World.
IN THE BEAN ONLY
25 cents the package -all dealers
Kaffee Hag Corporation, 225 Fifth Avenue, New York
FEBRUARY 7, 1915.
most Identical In Insignia and sencral
appearance with thp old Insurrecto atm)'.
HLIPINO REVOLT QUELLED.
Vltcnipl In Klnrl lii.iirrcctlon In
( elm Is llcfcnled,
Manila. Teh. A reported plan to
burn the city of Cebu and stait an In
surrection aRalnst the American authori
ties was frustrated last night by the
action of the conslnbulary. One small
tlie started but was quickly put out.
There was no disorder.
Ilmnois have been eurient In Manila
that nn Insurrection was helns planned
for this city, but tiolhlni! has occurred so
far lo confli in them.
523 WOMEN, 2,286
MEN IN BREADLINE1:;
. Ihe Supreme Coin I .testcrday for $1fi",-
421 for money advanced In the hut
Itllsll S(l (Jrcat Yestenlll V Tliatl,eVf" bv Wcdeklml. a tier-
Moors nf Depot Were Upeueil
Uefore Time Set.
Tlute were so many representatives
of the Itag and Tatters Snr!et. the
Ilungri I'm niploted Association and the
Stniving Women's club In fiont of Tio;
SfX'fl l'.-cc br ml ilenill nt fl Plmt street
that the ,joor of the little shop had toit'1111 date Ihe aciounts were gone oier
e opo ied ahead of the echeduled hour i houcil u balance of 1137.121 due
..f l! ovio-k vesteidat aflernooii. Tom 1 ,nc Plaintiff t Is allesed thnt the
Meirv and Pick llrlahl. guardians f,f , IVHn' i promised lo pay this amount,
ii.- btead lire had to do this to pre- bul "lieu to do so
fit the .inge,nn nf traffic, human' A statement was made In behalf of
aid tehi. ular. in nrtjiimlng slreutj the Princess yrslereUj- hy her altor-
l"oi two hours the unfed and dlereart- "" Itlrliitril II cb-on. who said she
end nun and wonun t..ol n waiting h.llrted the suit would not hate been
...t- foi Ihe depot l.i opel. Th" lint M.arwd :'.?,,Jn?J '"T ""l1 "?.' t," nn,"t
w.ie the longest of the week Tnete of Ml" "''Jpklnd bv the Irench made
w.ie :T,:i woncn in the..- i,nc wnieh 11 lmposlble for her io eoiiimiiiuc.ee
t etrh.cn areini.' Into the llow.- . and "i,h ll,n' s,,r ,n't Wcriekinu jut
men tr the other Hue. J afler she had Irl! Hcrlin. whei. ' it-
Slim: s dalk and mu'l-slushv c, h-' 'fined her glcaleM siicccea as an st,
'..iosli.nes w.ie shutflMl and sh tinhled i "lfl "Ad painted Hu- Kaiser set en times,
oier hi oi mint shoes and probably Hisinarck three times and had done
l.i ew that the wen. is of thp warnoat ' ,vork .f"r '"'n ,nln'' 'Ustlngulshed men.
siioes weie espei l.illt mint. ...u because I Al ,,,u" ""Jf !,hl' "'Cl'led to move her
'.' 'he uuai Satuidat ru.li on the hrrad to l uiifi' and went to Mce.
lusted of the eld basis, which where her btother la a well known
Imte sink their teeth Into the umm- ''1,,",:lnV ... J
poted Pinbs ami liodlcs of the hrp.id ' , n- ''Unces met Vtedcklnd In Mw,
llnce on previous dins .f the w mitt, i w1"'" I,1'' I'Mtlier . mot Intl.
ti.ie was a warmish sun and a spring- ''Ip Mend, she leoted a villa In Nice
.si h.ecic, which tiled lo make the'1""1 1"M ' -h"teau at St. Jean be.
stK. ts more endurable, '.ut i mid not ; "''" lc, " Cannes. Hecause of the
siiecd lo s.. great an extent as did the' necessity of having a business teprc
free bread which Ihe iva.ti.ig .m-s Rot j ntatlve lo nmnage her affairs, the
Win, thev ill.. I Into the deriot. 1 ' ,cf ra ""J'1'1. xy'dtl'nd ws ipn
T .. , ... , ...... .,., (n. that he act for her, and she Rave him
de : ''.Vien ' ."!dh.'r.Km Pr" fur''ov'r'r K
:"l ?,:.,,:-L '!: J;'r. thPmcr,ml',n.s,,
i ' . . J. i . . i.
. , .... i .
niiKht b ervl t rstcr.ia) ...ate
had lo ie cut In that f.islon, which madei
it lo'al of ;',2S.; men who iccelved the
ATM Hie mm had left Ihe depot with
, " r I a.. . lutrhcd light in their hands
or fart disnppeai ing into hungry mouths
Ihee memb'rs of ihe Hag and Tatter
So .- ,.nrt allied oi ganlzatlons formed
.to .inntlici line, which went half a
H.itt cry John i ill.ii.uii and Ins wife
'tr l en I'ndcr aklng lor a couple of
Vertei dn.v s . octi ,hutlons to the bread
fui.il totall. d i..l. and these were the
nit whl. n T.mi .Mercy m.ukrd down .n
In mtehook: JIS. C. It.; $10. W. U. ;
tl . I'. II. Amcliutr.. ISupcrt. W. Va ;
Tininiie i t'N. . .". II. W. Ilaldnln. $3,
C'.a II of the Minior'.al MethodlJt
liil' icml Sunday S. ho.d. White Plains,
N. V.: Pred and Ida, Wlnthrop
Mass . S'-', P. P H. : tl S. H N.'.
dally cr.nti iliutlon, and 1, P. 1,. W.
Checks for the hre.-.rt fun." should W
made pavable to Thk Srx. Checks and' Mr. Wcldon made It plain that the ic.
nione should be ent to the main ottlce j lstlon between the Pilncess and Mule
In Tint Si v Itnildlnc P.equest 1 made kind hate been routined to their business
h.t -ld e'"thc I. xent to some other arrangement und.-r which he man-tged
ascuc.t lb..- I enu'.pped to handle them, her affalis.
if . ifi.
PRINCESS SUED FOR
German Hunker Starts Aft ion
Aii'iiinsl Hungarian Por
PLAINTIFF man AS W
Princes Vllma I.ivoff-ParluEby. Ihe i
Hungarian portrait painter, who has.
been litine at the Hole! St. Itegls since
her dtparture from the PUxa because!
an unpaid boa id hill, was cued In'
man thinker do'ng business In Nice.
Trance, and now under atresi In a
Krench detention lamp as a lleiman
Tlv complaint, tiled h) U'lJilen,
no.-udmaii & Piatt In behalf of their
Paris correspondent, slates that pi lor
to June 20. Pi 13. the ptalntllf and de
fendant had certain dealings together"
cot.rlng a peilod of even years and on
her two tllla. both of which are filled
wiiii a.i iti.jnii an
,hen, r KM.;t talus.
with art object and pa. tilings, n.me of
Mr Wcldon said that when 'he Pnn-
. e hist suggested coming lo Amp ilea
Hie tears ago .Mr Wedckind objected
hecause ne believed she would attain
stealer success abroad. She came, any
how, hut returned at Intervals Mr
Wedek.it.l understood that the Pi n.t.ws
would return lo N'ire last summer and
was disappointed when she failed to ik.
k.nd wa arrested
H is said Wedeklnd's arrest was due
to the fart that ! e sold turbine engine
to both the l'rench ajid (lerninn nines
and that the Trench believed he pes
soscd secret concerning their wanh ps
tvhlrh lould be made use of bv thi
liermans. Kor till reason he lias beer,
held as a (Scrman spv and the Pnnres
I a been unable to communicate with
In the ati-wrr to be filed bv th
Princess he will deny that she is in
ilebtcd to Wcdeklnd and will demand an
MAYOR A SNOW OFFENDER.
Con t'i AVnrtis Mini titer the HncU
nf nn Innocent l ltlr.cn.
Magistrate Cornell In Ihe Morrls.inla
pollco court Aestet day was surprised
to find his friend Samuel Sloan, vice
president of the KarmctM laian and
Trust Company, haled before him by
Policeman Schmidt of the Ilronv Park
station for falling to have the snow
removed from property on Pecntur
avenue anil OUtcr plnce. He was sur
p. .ted also when he learned that the
reason for Mr. Sloan's appearance tvas
that although the trust company was
down In tho records as responsible for
the property It really belonged lo.Alnor
John I'nrio Mltchcl. the Purroy
estate and John Callau.. I'.illinn to
find the owners the policeman hail gone
to the lecords of real estate titles to
llnd the city ordinance violators.
"I'll let you go this time." eald tho
Magistrate, "Inn see thnt you and Mr
Mltchcl get thai snow removed nr oil
nia get Into trouble."
Two men wer al the time removing
the offcnslte snow.
BABES ON SALE TO SAVE HOME.
( onple (in Inn lSlin nn l'io.ci )
liner I lillilrc. nt I, (Mill Cncb,
Pctr.oiT. KtU tJ. Andrew V Vuhasz,
h temporal ll iiik niplo.vrd (aiilage
trlmmei, baa offered hi two girli'. aged
IS month and :l yeais. for na'e for
H.IH'O each, nailing the advcrilseinei.t
to a fence heje.
Vuhasz and his wife paid $2,nnn dnivn
on a home, leaving a balance of Si S00,
the lal payment being made In Decem
ber. Fear of loslng'the house prompt" I
them to try to .ell their children
Mr. Viihass, who I expecting the
stoik soon again. I a neat hnuekep;.ei ,
I heir cpllai has plenty of coal and llvlr
larde. Is well filled.
COL. ALEXANDER GIVES BAIL.
sitreen.ler on liidlcliiient Cl.nro-
I nit slnte l.nit lolntli.n,
I'lUCACo, l'eb . C1 Charle A.
Alexander, banker and flnnnelci of
Providence, It. I . surrendered himself
In Judge Carpenter's court to-day on
the Indictment ehaiglng violation of the
white slave act
.Ills bond of JlO.OOrt wns Flgned bv
William A Bond, a leal elnte dealer,
and I.uclus O Klsher, owner of the
Col. Alexnniler In charged with having
transported Ml Jessie li Cope fioni
I.O. Angele ti Chkago for Immoral
purpo'c. Miss Cope Is also under In
dictment for attempted bribery.
TO-NIGHT AT RECTOR'S
IN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BALLROOM in the WORLD
Table d'Hote Dinner, SI .25 Per Cover, 6:30 lo 9
THAT SURPASSES ANYTHING IN TOWN
Served Every Evening Except Saturday
CABARET OF UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE DANCING
48TH STREET AND BROADWAY
i and H till ( l Yjt
NO n.M IM,
llsO ili.-ep hticu
lainrbe.in, 11:1. In tvA
Tea llnnree, I 3II In Hilin. VjtA
Adlll Te In, lu.l-1. Or fA
Dam lug n.l mm li.l.llllr
s r. ti, rsA
AilinU.P.n, ,tn t ;vi s tffi
"Afler Untie Mipiirr," 'A
nft lrl n I, - (lull. Nn KCfl
Cafeteria Res'ajranl ..Jrfi
lirnnflmi.t m( nth t
ib wf.sr 3.M11 TiiKr,T.
"Half n block from lleralii sniinre."
Seteei aceouiiimUaiinns for dls. rinnna
cterlnjr 'o l.oth petiiianen. and transient
Itonms llllli.MIt bath, M, .10 fnr nne
" " " z.on " tm.
" it till " 2. .Ml nne
n.on " 1 mi
Siille a. rnrdlnclv.
sm 11 ji. .tiosF.i i:v.
ST. DENIS HOTEL
rtrimlivay ' 11th St , .New nrk I In , N V
inn itootts. tt 1 1 ii i si: or n n n
mil, I. tit A Ml. in
Atlrartlv e Itatrs for Permanent ( ept.
'Irrakfa!. 3'ie to .Vie plate I unci' ,ir
I'mmm .st, lienl dinner. 7.1 rent,
Spee'l Atleilllon (.Ivcil I adli-Noll'scourd
One of New York' Select Hotels
40 West 45tli Street
NEAR FIFTH AVENUE
I'AII, I.. PISKI'ltlllN friiiirlrior.
AKT s.. am, :miiii'(ns,
i pi ni.i mi.w .'o-Mtinntiu .u.i. .
neic-i r.itir-n Ait In prruinirp Interestlnr fnrnit ..f kciii-Ii.i. . i.i,- I ... .
i'e and tin' lnippiUlii.nmi.fi hlna, Initetli. r with lieai.Mlul 1)11 Phiiiiii.c .. ..l.i ,n i
. Ik e rinivined in Iiisclna'tni enremblc "
-" Mr. .Inmea P. Silo, Auctioneer,
' a lo Ruildiiic. S-1c lifil- riuic', nicl i-s J t
WNOI'N'f.r: I ;0 li
the Wcelt February 8th-Februnry 13th, Incluaive.
a Serica of Art Sales of Pleaains; Variety,
On THURSDAY and FRIDAY Afternoonn at 2!.10 P. M.
in. oiniKit or Mit vrA'.. mim ai
Important! nlrr,n nf Phnenlrlan. tireeU o nil llninan Irlilr.ieiii l.la... In
BPlher ivlth n dnilie t ollrctlnn nf Hare l.ii.tern eran.ir and letliirrt.
On Thurarlay & f'rirlay
Valuable Ancient and
p. r I o.si in or
On Saturday, the 13th inst., CommencinE nt 3 P. M.,
BEAUTIFUL OLD CHINESE PORCELAINS
iMiKrin: x,it!ix:xrvxci' -,,r
niiim ii.Y i ti;ii nn: pour hi.ain.v .nsir
35 IMPERIAL CHINESE RUGS
' of npthilnc tone and lett.ire.
1 m Ahtii.i'iis m hi: onTi.M-n o rrpt i i
TOLD TO FIND WORK, ft
KILLS WIFE AND CHILD
Son Tlicn Seizes. MdiMpuJ
Man and Prevents (.renin'
Vllo (Srrmill shot and h
and elevoti-tt'.ii-.i'd ilaughiri
nlglit nt the .linn, r tabh n I,
at 23d ICas-t I'lflv -ttltith t r
elgblf en- e ir-old on. Imni ..,
seized lilm and held ban m
man Oreenhprg i.rnviil (c .
Iceked up In the Knl S .
slice" station cintigc.l tilth
Three years ago. Hi" pol ce -i-Ihe
liagrdy, (Ictaidl was t it
Tomb Tor earr.tllig a ievne
then went to Mbirl.v, N , a
suffering from ttihetcul. -i- II
.sent Ii.tn money tor two - .
I all,. ..mailt tin bmrfn. MCllil i.iiim.
His two sons rid Ihe poll, e e ,
that for two weeks thev I ail pi. ,,f.,
with their father to get vvoik oi i, .
them and thsl tlielt mnihe hi, .. ,
taken a tevolver frjin him. lie
the dining room last night tliev
nnd sat down at the Inblr TI en ;
ti and shot his wife iwl. r II dun .
ter, Annie, .an to her mother and ttc
also shot twice.
Pomlulck snuggled with it's t h
while tl.o other son. Tony, inn r'l
I. W. W. "SOCIAL PROTEST "
If Wi.rl. I.mise Was tlie llb.cllr
I II h s siti-fr.
A poll. Piiian and prompt ra -n
' vviigiiu sen n o .teslerdal etening rn r
the falluie if a soclil prole i on
templated bt eleven I. W W .1 .p's
In the Thompson lunch room at n
iranil Central station
Woven of the brotherhood contra, m
hill of f4.ir. and reftied to p y
M iiag. r Howard Morrl" of If). I'sr j
way faced the well fed Invaders sni
said, "Pay in poll.e, gentlemen; tak
"I'ollce or nnv other treatment wt
choose," their epnkcsmm replied and
they toolt another di ink of wairr nV
Policeman Ttusliell arrived, rorrallel
n-d .liners and had thorn taken to ti.
I'a-.t I.'ilt.t-ll t street station w iere
they were locked up charged w th m.
ordcill cotldll. t T, y g-tt nl ,JV
apiece In the workhouse from the n sht
1 1 1 n mm mi , m i j
Broadway at 77th
(fiubnaj Iflth fit.)
Mnr thn rnof n1
t rturint tni rrlt i
ffium, Dinner and tup
rr hr mn oort cook-
Ins, lllithtful urrounrt'
ffnhfrt D RIackmin
rhone r,S3.'. nrvntu Vlchilv nt tl p M d i t.
1:1 1. r
On s.alur'la i V.
dan iiik l l.liniM .1 u,
it.'-.niii.i .1 iii i.t a-of i'i. , , .
I "In III- till la '..in i;,i,.,pe .1 .. ,
IIISIIW I, Vll III IT t.oitlll vs
int. inn i.ini.i.r, imsiiio."""m.iii
"Che j" Manrirs .'.,"tm "':. !'lal tie lit"
way A .V)th si I'hor.. sty
-viinusy, io '.o .nun .
tlllMltt .1 , ls M(, H
Mil Itsllt V t.M.sr. b, tit su
I lie. dan -rl(ii, "Apache MShi
I Milnlv in into - lies n.inv.n's
rtlilhltpin I an ing lv
j 111 AIM IIS A M.i:i, II 1(1(1 1
tlo-moiioA Niciit ihe unl, i. ' v t
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AVENUE ART GALLERIES
Evening at 8t30 P. M.
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