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YIELDS TO SOLICITATIONS OF
HE IS ASSURED OF SUPPORT
Foreign Minister's Friendship for the
United States Has Always Been
Marked— Btrong Regard for
T3y A(wocl*t»il Pr«»«. * i
PARIS, April 22.— Yielding to the per
sonal solicitations and rppres»ntfltions
of President Louhet and the lenders of
the government that his retirement
would be a serious matter nt this time,
M. DelrnMe today advised Premier
Rouvler that He would withdraw his
resignation ns foreign minister. This
wrs after strong asmirnncps had been
made to M. Delcnsse that tho ministry
would support his foreign policy.
DurlnK the conference! today between
the president and M. Rouvler and M.
Dekftssp, the Intter shM he would re
tain th* portfolio of forelßn affairs
only In case the entire cabinet approved
of his foreign policy, whlrh he would
carry out Recording to his views.
M,' Delrassp's staying In the cabinet
Is expected to result In a firmer atti
tude toward Germnny thnn heretofore
has been shown. The foreign minis
ter's policy hns been to give Germnny
adequate assurances that her Interests
In Morocco would be treated the same
as thosfi of the rest of the world, but
after making these approaches he did
not desire, to yield France's entire
project concerning Morocco at the dic
tation of Germany.
It Is said that some member of the
cabinet shares the view lhnt a grave
Issue, with Germany might result from
too firm an Insistence on the French
Moroccan policy, and M, Itouvler is
also credited with the desire not to have
the Moroccan issue drift Into dangerous
complications.' Only the Socialists and
Radicals openly expressed this view Jii
the chamber of deputies, but the more
Influential sentiment was that imme
diately surrounding M. Delcasse. He
felt, therefore, that It was useless to
proceed without the strong support of
his colleagues representing the govern
ment, and if a temporizing policy with
Germany was desired some one else
should assume the responsibility. Con
sequently his offer to resign was inter
preted .as a triumph for Germany,
whorens, his determination to remain is
interpreted hs a check to German de
The strong friendship of M. Delcasse
for the United States Is everywhere
recognized among the American officials
here. His. relations with Ambassador
Porter have been peculiarly close. Only
recently M. Delcasse remarked that he
wished Gen. Porter would remain here
until he also retired. Last week Gen.
Porter gave a large oil portrait of him
self .to, M. Delcasse as a mark of his
RUNS DOWN SCHOONER
Sea Foam Comes Into Collision With
. the Del Norte
fiy Aiwoclaled Prtsi '
. SAN FRANCISCO, April 22.— The
Merchants' exchange has -received v
dispatch from Coos Bay saying that the
new steamer Sea Foam, on her first
voyngfl to San Francisco, came In col
lision early this morning with the
schooner Del Norte, bound, from this
city to Rogue river.
The accident occurred off the Coquille
river, where the schooner was waiting
for a tug. The Del Norte turned bottom
upward, but Capt. Frenz and five men
of his crew were taken aboard the
steamer. The schooner was owned by
R. D. Hume of this city.
The Sea Foam, which whs recently
built at GrHy's Harbor, sailed from
Astoria on Friday for this city in
ihurge of Capt. F. Mueller with a cargo
of lumber from Portland. She was not
BUILDING OF KANSAS
OIL REFINERY DELAYED
By Aniw'ated Press.
.TOPEKA. Kas., April 22.— The Kan
sas' oil refinery will not be built foi
several months yet, according to the
present status of the case In the su
preme court. It has been arranged that
the suit to determine the validity of
the oil refinery bonds will be henrd nt
th« June term of the district court.
There' are some intricate constitutional
questions involved, and the court has
requested that they be well hrlefed.
The refinery cannot be built until the
bond' suit Is derided. ' . ,
FOR BUILDING CRUISERS
Ily A»(">ctaud l'rews.
WASHINGTON, April 22.— The naval
board of construction has recommended
lo the department the acceptance of the
bids' of the Fore Rlv«r- company, at
Quinoy, Muss., for the building of two
of tho scout cruisers, and of the Rath
linn works, at. Hath, Me., for the third.
They recomend that two of the cruisers
Ik- lilted with turbine engines and the
third with reciprocating engines.
FOUR MEN ASPHYXIATED
BY BREAKING OF GAS MAIN
J3>" AfHtx'iiilnl I'ri'SK.
PJTTSBURO, F«., April 22.- Four
men wfre asphyxiated and three others
are in a dangerous condition aa the re
ttult of 'th« breaking of a gas mala at
the KdK.tr Thomson Steel works today.
The three men still living were trying
to rescue the fdur who were killed.
"HE OF NAZARETH"-A STUDY FOR EASTER tIME
Frank Stone, of 317 Beaudry avenue,
the well known sculptor, has completed
a work in clay. He of Nazareth. Re
garding the work Mr. Stone says:
"Constrained to something more of
conventionality of treatment than I
had originally contemplated, by the
reflection that thi9 much perhaps was
due to a subject so "fixed of old" in
the hearts and minds of the people, I
yet have striven to get away somewhat
from the accustomed conception, to
sho\* a Christ less sweetly serene, less
consciously master of circumstances,
if -I may so phrase it. I have sought
to express guandeur and exaltation;
but that exaltation I have tried to pre
sent as 'tempered with heart-sickness,
HOOP SKIRTS ON
MODISTE ADMITS CRINOLINE
WOMEN HERE CONSERVATIVE
Probable That Extreme Styles- Will
Not Make Their Appearance .
In Los Angeles
Will hoopskirts be ( on exhibition to
This is a question over which there
has been much speculation during the
past few dayc, and society leaders,
dressmakers and women generally
have been expressing their opinions on
Whether the old-fashioned hoopsklrt
appears only the day can tell, but
dressmakers have made some confess
ions which would lead one to think
that a very near relation at least of
thiit old garment Is about to Introduce
' "Have you sent out any hoopskirts
with your Easter costumes?" was
asked of a loading modiste lust .night.
"Well, no— that Is, not exactly hoop
skirts,"' she answered. "We would not
like to call them that, because it Is
really not the same thing. You see
the hoopskirts have yards and yards
of spring Bteel colled around In them.
Some aw made of circles of whalebone,
and they taper from a narrow waist
to a wide bottom. We have not as yet
had anything llkn thegp, though we are
making nklits with yards and yards of
reeds in them. They are run In. the
bottom part of the skirt, usually at
the head of the ruffles, not on the edge,
for that would spoil the soft effect, you
One of the members of Madam Potts'
establishment snld that corded ruffles
are the principal method used by that
house at the present time, but admitted
that she would not darn to predict
what thn future might bring forth.
"You rpp, we are sometimes a little
behind out here when it comes to ex
treme styles, and the women are In
clined to be a Jlttle conservative In
their dress. We are using crinoline In
the sleeves again, and there are those
who predicted that this fushlon would
never be revived. I hope that western
women are a little bit too sensible to
go bark to the extreme styles, but if
they will have the new old-fashioned
gown, I suppose gome will Insist on
having a skirt to extend It."
In Purls the skirt Is being worn, but
the majority of the women here nay
that Americana have outgrown a fash
ion such as this, and yet. the people of
New York and Chicago are also Ameri
cans, und news from those cities shows
that many have adopted the garment
of Civil War days. ' '. " ; ..'. V; '.."-'. \.'
A little more care, ln walking and a
LO3 ANGELES HERALD: , SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 93. 1905.
something even of misgiving. My con
ception partakes less of the calm and
kingly, and seeks to present the man
acquainted not alone with sorrow, but
oven with physical want. We have too
nearly Jdeallzed the latter feature out
of our reading the Christ story; but In
my mind the conviction is firmly
rooted that Jesus In his life and
ministration had to encounter and to
suffer under, the false standards and.
tests of an economic and social en
vironment that was In essence though
not In detail a fair counterpart of what
such an individual would find today
In any city of America or of the world."
Mr, Stone has just had two of his
recent pieces accepted at eastern
great dsal more care in sitting down
will be the two most noticeable fea
tures to the untrained eye about the
women who wear them.
AT YALE APPOINTED
Ey Associated rresa.
NEW HAVEN' Conn., April 22.— The
appointment as Lyman Beecher lec
turer for next year of Rev. Charles
Reynolds Brown of Oakland, Cal., is
announced at Yale. His subject will be
"The Social Message of the Modern
MORGAN HAS PRIVATE
AUDIENCE WITH POPE
By . Associated Press.
ROME, April 22.— The pope today re
ceived J. P. Morgan In private audience.
Mr. Morgan afterward visited the papal
pecretnry of state, Cardinal Merry Del
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MOROS ORGANIZED BY
REFUGEE FROM BORNEO
Kill Governor's Secretary Within the
Range of Sentries and Disperse
By Atn*MH»A Trtf*.
MANILA. April 22.-Th* walled rlty
of .Jolo was attacked by Moros on
April 9. They fired Into the officers'
flub nnrl dispersed those present at
a. ball which was In progress. On
April 10 the secretary of Oovernor
Scott was nmbuaeri and killed within
range of th# sentries.
A dattr» refugee from Borneo has
organized the Morns who are defying
the Americans. General Leonard Wood
has arrived at Jolo from Zamboangfl
and has given the Moros ten days
within which to surrender the refuge*
datto. If this Is not done he will con
centrate n sufficient force to secure a
compliance with his demand.
WIPE TO CONTEST
COL BRADY'S SUIT
(C'onllniifrt from Vate One.)
tention of getting posaeMltm of their
son Jack Mrs. Brady's fact took on a
determined expression and her small
hands were clenched. "He shall never
have the boy," she said. "Never! H«
doesn't really want him; he has shown
very little Interest In his son, and I
have letters in which he said that he
would- always like to 'have Jack with
me because I've' been a' good mother to
Earns Own Living
After her husband left her Mrs.
Brady found It necessary to earn the
living for herself and child. Her artlß
tlc talent, for which she was noted, was
turned to good account and she
branched out as an Interior decorator,
meeting with considerable success. She
has also employed herself at art book
binding. Mrs. Brady was formerly the
wife of Charley N. Bryan 'of Chicago,
from whom she obtained a divorce, re
ceiving $3333.33 alimony. A daughter of
this marriage lives with the mother.
Mrs. Brady was married to her present
husband about eight years ago In Pasa
dena, where she had been spending her
winters for several years. .
DEATHS OF THE DAY
John R. Dlxon, Reno, Nev.
1y Associated Prus.
RENO, Nev., April 22.— John R. Dlx
on, one of the oldest and most prom
inent citizens of Reno and a -leading
Knight of Pythias, died here this morn
ing after a long illness. He was en
gaged in business here for more than
twenty years. He was a native Of
Amador county, Cal.
SUISUN VETERAN KILLED
WHILE CUTTING WOOD
By Associated Prcu.
SUISUN, Cal., April 22.— Henry Bach
man, 81 years of age, was found dead
at Steffan ranch, three miles from Cor
delia, with a big log across his body.
The log had evidently fallen and killed
him while he was cuttinc wood.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY '
CLEVELAND, 0., April 22— The
Standard Oil company today announced
a reduction of a half cent a gallon on
all grades of refined oil. No change is
made in quotations on naphtha or gas
NEW YORK BUILDING TRADES
COME TO TERMS
STRIKES TO BE PROHIBITED
Ten Thousand Employers and More
Than Elghty.Flve Thousand Me.
chanles Represented at the
By AMOctitixi PriMta.
NEW YORK, April 22.— The Joint
arbitration plan between the building
trades . employers' association' and tha
unions of the building trades of the
city of New York wag adopted at a
convention held here today by twenty
eight of the unions, by the representa
tives of the four remaining unions as
Individuals and by thirty one of the
organizations of tha building trades
employers' association. The four unions
that have- yet to adopt the arbitration
plan are the stonecutters, cement
makers, bricklayers and tllelayers.
There were 10,000 employers and more
than' 85,000 mechanics represented at
the convention*. The plan as now
adopted absolutely prohibits strikes or
lockouts, provides for the appointment
of a general arbitration board, an exe
cutive commission, special and trade
arbitration board, and the settlement
of disputes by conciliation. \
The employers promise to employ
only members of the trade unions and
it Is agreed that when the conditions
established by the arbitration plan are
not maintained In a shop or on a Job
by employers or employes, not parties
to the plan, the plan shall not apply In
tha particular shop, or on the particu
lar Job for the time being. .
Business agents. of the unions are
permlted to enter all shops, buildings
and structures. The plan provides
that arbitrators from the unions shall
not be business agents, and that no
lawyer is to act as arbitrator, counsel
or advisor. ■''.'..
With the general adoption , of this
plan the prolonged lockout against the
carpenters and other unions will
DIES BY HIS OWNv HAND
Former Prosperous Cattleman Kills
Himself at Santa Rosa
By Associated , Press.
SANTA ROSA, April 22.— The body of
W. J. Doggett, one of the best known
residents of this city, was found today
near the city pumping station. In one
hand the dead man held a pistol, one
chamber of which was empty, and In
the other an umbrella.
He left home last night, drove to the
spot indicated and there shot himself.
His faithful horse remained in the
vicinity all night. Doggett a few years
ago was a prosperous cattleman with
large ranges here and In Solano county.
•<~ , : : ON CHARIVARI PARTY
By Associated Tress.
LOWELL, Mich., April 22.— A chari
vari party went to the home of Sam
A'andenbroeck, who was recently mar
ried, and after making a hideous
racket, demanded cigars.' Vanden
broeck fired his shotgun at them,
wounding five persons, one seriously.
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