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EL, XI. ,0 288 BUTTE. MONTANA, THURSDA, EVENNG. FEBRUARY 27, 1902, ýs$CE FIVB CENTS YOUNG N[5IO, STIRLING, WAS HAN5GED TODAY CONPEmsm THAT RA. WAS THE GUILTY MAN AND THAT THE OTHER S WEBR INNOCENT. BUT THE TWO MEN CONFESSED If Stirling's Statement Is True There Were Two Innocent Men Hanged for the Murder of Prof. White. (By Associated Press.) Philadelphia, Feb. 27.-Amos Sterling, a young negro, who was the accom plice of Henry Ivory and Charles Perry in the murder of Prof. Roy \Vilson, white, of the law department of the University of Pennsylvania. on the night of May 9, 1900, was hanged today in the county prison. Stirling made a confession to his spiritual advlser, claiming the sole re sponslbility for the murder of Prof. White. He said he did not know either Perry or Ivory and asserted that neither of them was with him when the crime was committed. .Ils statement is not credited by the police. Prof. White was attacked by three colored men on a dark street in the vicinity of the university. One of hid assailants struck him on the head with an iron bolt and, after he had fallen to the ground, he was beaten to death. Robbery was the motive for the crime. Perry, Ivory and Stirling were arrest ed several days later and the two first named made confessions, accusing Stirling of being the actual murderer. The three men were convicted to gether. Ivory and Perry were execut ed October 8, last year. The condition of Stirling's health caused four postponements of his execu tion. BO[RS' l[AVY LOSS CAUGHT BY BARBED WIRE PEN'CE THEY ARE FOtRCED BACK. LEAVE 6;)00 HEAD OF CATTLE Effort to Break Through Lord Kitch ener's Trocha Proves Disastrous to Command Under Ross hand's and Botha. (By Associated Press.) London, Feb. 27.-The attempt made by the Boers to rush the outpost line near Bothaberg, Transvaal colony, dur ing the night of February 23 as re ported in General Kitchener's dispatch yesterday, was most determined. The Boers were led by two well-known fight ers-Rosshands and Manie Botha. When the Boers realized that their at tempt to actually break through the wire fences was frustrated, they crouched be side the cattle killed by the Br;tish fire and with which the ground was thickly strewn, and from that defense, pontlr a heavy fire on the British troops. The fusillade was returned and finally the boers were driven back, leaving 15 killed and six wounded on the field. They left also 100 dead or wounded horses and the entire herd of 6,000 head of cattle. SENATOR FRYE EXPLAINS. He Says That He Wants Senate to Settle Tillman-McLaurin Case. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Feb. 27.-,In the senate today Mr. Frye, president pro tern, an nounced officially the reversal of his de cision of last Monday eliminating the names of Senators McLaurin and Till man from the roll calls. He explained that he did not question the propriety of the decision, but that the senat ought to pass upon so grave a question. He apologized, too, to 'Senator Turner of Washington for having overlooked his appeal from the chair's decision on Monday, saying it was pure forgetful ness amid the "cloud of objections and points of order." Senator Tillman's protest was spread upon the minutes by order of the sen ate. GOLD FOR THE ORIENT. Said That About $14,000,000 Will Be Shipped in March. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Feb. 27.-The treasury department has received a request from New York for the privilege of depositing $2,000,000 in gold in the sub-treasury there with the privilege of withdrawing it at San Francisco, presumably for. shipment to the Orient. The request also says that probably $14,000,000 will be required before the mid die of March. As this transaction Is of advantage,5to the government, the department having an excess of gold in San Franrisco, the request has been granted. Last Act Killed Himself. (By Associated Press.) Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 27.-W. E. Rey nard shot and killea Margaret Lambert at 805 Watson street, shortly after 8 o'clock today and killed himself. Te had ben drinking hard for several days. M. IN Tilt NO1101S Of RP.RSENIAlTIVS TODAY IN REM[MBRAIC[ Of PR[SIDINT M'KINL[~ (By Associated Press.) Washington, Feb. 7,.-At noon, in the hall of the house of representatives, in the presence of President Roosevelt, Prince Henry of Prussia, brother of the German emperor, the members of the cabinet, the judges of the supreme court, the general of the army and officers of the army and navy, who have received the thanks of congress, the ambassadors and other diplomatic representatives of foreign countries, the senators and rep resentatives in congress and a large number of distinguished guests, the Hon. John Hay, McKinley's premier, pronounced a eulogy upon his dead chief. Four. times before, national memorial services for presidents who have d.ed in office have been held in this hall, two of them, like this, in commemoration of chief magistrates who have fallen by the hand of assassins. By a strange coincidence today was the twentieth anniversary of that on which the peerless Blaine in the hall had delivered his eulogy upon the martyred Garfield, and, stranger still, the subject of today's memorial service was the chairman of the committee that had charge of the arrangements on that oc casion. Only one year ago, less than five days, at the head of an imposing civic and military procession McKinley passed tri umphantly along Pennsylvania avenue for his second inauguration. buffalo Tragedy. Six months later the tragedy occurred at Buffalo and another, but different sort of procession tenderly bore his body through the streets to the rotunda of the capitol, where the brief funeral ora tion was delivered over his coffin and the tributes of the nations of the earth about his bier bespoke the universal sorrow. Today, once more with juncov ered heads, the nation paid its last tribute of respect and publicly expressed its loving grief. Again the broad avenue was filled with vast crowds as they were a year ago. Then the streets were a sea of glinting bayonets and waving plumes and the air was filled with the music of hundred tongued resplendent bands. Today all was changed. The procession was unorganized. No martial music lightened the feet of the throng. No cheers rent the air. Escorting Prince Henry. The only pageant was the clattering troop of cavalry, escorting Prince Henry and his party to the capitol and carliges here and there conveying officers in uniform or diplomats In court costume to the place where the eulogy was to be delivered. That was the extent of the outward spectacle. For the panoply was of the heart and mind, rather of the eye and hand. Not withstanding It was proclaimed In ad vance that admission to the house of representatives, and even to the capitol itself, was to be restricted to those holding cards, the people congregR ted in unnumbered thousands about the great marble pile upon the hill. While the ticket holders besieged the great bronze doors to the entrance of the rotunda and overflowed the portico and steps leading ,to it, the crowds were kept back by lines of blue-coated police, walled on the three sides of the broad plaza in front of the capitol. The only emblem of mourning at the capitol was the flags fluttering at half mast above the two wings and on the great arching dome. This procn'dent in the case of the Garileld exercises was followed closely. The hall was without decoration of any character. LAWYER KILL[D HIMSELF INDICTED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT HE PRYEFEI DEATH TO THE DISGRACE OF PRISON. ASSOCIATED WITH SCHINTZ He Was in .ome Way Mixed Up With the Celebrated Luetgert Case Mrs. Feldt Was Com plainant. (By Associated Press.) Chicago, Feb. 27.-To avoid going to jail, Ernest Wedekind, a lawyer, indicted on a charge of the embezzlement of $4,700, shot and mortally wounded himself after his arrest. He died at the Alexian Brothers' hospital without regaining con sciousness. Wedekind was associated in business with Theodore Schintz, the banker and broker sent to prison on a ch'arge of embezzling money from his clients, and was indicted with the financier on the same charge, but the same jury that convicted Schintz acquitted the lawyer. Wedekind's latest indictment was found on complaint of Mrs. Chastine Zink, formerly Mrs. Feldt, who was a prominent figure in the murder trial of Adolph Luetgert. Her husband had died shortly before the diseppearancQ of Mrs. Luetgezt, for whose murder the sausage maker was sent to prison for life, and Luetgert's affection for the woman was alleged by the state to he the motive which prompt. ed the crime. The red-coated marine band, snxtl. strong, was stationed in the corridor. which separated the hall from the rea., lobby of the house. Galleries Were Filled. At 10 o'clock the doors were opene# and In five minutes the spacious gal lerles surrounding the chamber were dense with black rows of people. Even the aisles were filled, but the crowding and jamming which have marred uso many state occasions, today was averted as the tickets issued were limited strict ly to the number of seats provided. Only one was given to each senator and representative and the gathering in the galleries was a most distinguished one. The fact that few ladies wore bright gowns was especially noticeable. They had attired themselves in dark costumes befitting the occasion and their! white faces were rendered distinct by the sombreness of their apparel. Grad ually the members of the house strollud in and took their places. The big revolving chairs at the desks had been removed and smaller ones sub stituted In order to Increase the seating capacity on the floor. In the area in front of the speaker's rostrum, heavy leathered upholstered fauttels had been placed for the accnom modation of the president, Prince Henry, the cabinet, the general of the army and justices of the supreme court. Seats of Dlplomats. The first two rows on the democratic side were reserved for the diplomatic corps and the four rows Immediately be hind them for the members of the sen ate. The governors of the states, 'cmmis sloners of the District of Colulmida, the judiciary of the district, the heads of departments and other invited guestq a ere to sit back of the senators. At 11 o'clock the Marine b:nd beganl the renAdition of t'. n .us.alI proglran., which was as follows: Overture, Stabat Mater, Ito,.lni: par aphrase, "Nea'rer. My (;,o1. 'iT 'I'hee," Leneger; inter-mezzo, "c'tvlltleria Itus ticana." Maeeagni: t-ng. "Lenad, Kindly Light;" song, "lo.it c'ho.'d," Sullivan; largo, Handel. At 11:40, as the stlains of the Inhter mezzo from Cavalerih Ilthutillna fIhoted liroug'h the hall, there was a stir through the room. T1'he diors to tile right of the speaker's rostrum were flung wide open and ,'he members of the 'dlp'om'atic corps marched in, preceded by the serge:ant-at-arnms of the house. The foreign antassador's appe,lied in somlwber black coats belltting the occa sion, with the exeeltio,n of tlhe ('lhinese mni:lster, who was atttred in his r.il costume of :/ik. Pauncefote Led Procession. Lord Pituncefute, the lBritish nllbau rado:', .!:o is the dean rt. the corps, headed the procession. With him were the anlbaesaditrs of the, other powes- M. c',ambon of France, ('ount (lassini of Iusnsla, Signor Mayo Dcsp1larches of Italy and Senor Aspiroz of Mexico. Then for at tine no special InchloInt or c(urred, and thlose in the regular gal ler'es were afforld(d ani opportunity tO exaillne the occupallts of the spe'i lily reteIrved galleries. Just beyond the bronze rail that sepa rated the diplomatli Prom tilhe executl!ve g5a lrly were the families of the mneln bers of the uprellllml'e coult and the 'llh inent and the invited guests of the Iplea delt. T'hil'e alto were a Ilnumber of per sonal friends of Se l'tary Illy, the l'oratorl of the dtlay. In tie ulrroundlng galleries were I many of the personal frie.nds of Ithb' I lit president, among them ('ol. Myron T. CATTLE STEALING IS CHARGED PETER AND MARTIN MANEY ARE UNeDER ARREST FOR KILLING TWO DOT CATTLE. BRANDED HIDES WERE FOUND Both Men Disclaim Any Knowledge of the Crime They Are Alleged to Have Committed - Hides in the Haystack. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Big Timber, Feb. 27,--PIeter and Mar tin Maney are under arrest for cattle stealing. It Is alleged they have been stealing cattle from the Two-Dot ranch. When arrested they disclaimed knowl edge of the theft but a search disclosed the beef hides In a hay stack. Of the two hides discovered one bore the Two-Dot brand and had been killed for some time. The other was fresh and the brand had been cut off it. Secretary Shaw in Chicago. , (By Associated Press.) Chicago, Feb. 27.--Leslie N. Shaw, the new secretary of the treasury, is in this city to attend the banquet of the Nes, tional Business League in the AuditQ rlum, where he will make his mnaidft speech since entering President Roose. velt's cabinet. On that occasion he will discuss "Commerce and Industries of the West." In an Interview he spoke with. considerable enthusiasm concerning the. visit of Prince l`enry of Prussia, and ex-. pressed the belief that it would go 'tfa toward cementing the friendship of tJad two countries. ' Hewrick of Cleveland, W. A. Lynch of Canton, ex-SBeretary of State Wi'lliam I. Day and C'col. Webb Hayes of C'leve These are only a few of those from all 5iunters of the Union who came to at tend the memorial exercises, but no member of the Immediate family of the late presldent, so far as known, was In attediance. On the floor were many formerly of the house and sena'.o and governors of several states. Oalled to Order. An the hands of the gold clock oppo !site the speaker's rostrum pointed to noon, Speaker Hendlrerson called the n.s hemblage to order. The n'a t audience immediately resiillndid to his signal and arose to listen to the hlrhcf prayer fr the chapllain. Then followed the usual routllne of O,:te opening of a t seslon of the housel. The Journa of Wednesday's pm.eedlngs was read by the cierk In the cust.nmary dironing fashion. By the slr'waker's di recttion, the clerk r·'ad the joutrnal reso lutlon eproviding for the lmeimol'ti l sir i't'es and the ol(rci' of the' proc('ieeldings. I.ardly had the re.ading beIen onlt'!ltded and lie journal ilapproveld lbefore the doorkeeper announcedl the arrival of the -eftate. The speaker tpillped threel tlimes with his ravel. (oon afterwards the dolrkeeper in nouneed the general iof the army. Thei speaker tapped three tln'es, the mIllemllers iof the house and the diplomatic body arose aIn.d i'Ineral Milei's, respiIlli'iitt In gold la'ei, goldl repaulets iand i lhrolud yel low sash across hlms lirualit alnd a lilt i hi ilde arlll cilanging heavily at hil heels, led the way down tlh, main aisle. Ad miilral Dewey, who Is in I'lriida, wouiit have been with him had hie teheii Iln tilh' clly, hut in It was tlih liluteihnilt general''l tof the army alone andl unattended, mlidel lhis way ti his pilice to the extre'im right of the chairs li.er'ved folr m1itlihers of The Prince Arrives. Tap, tap, tap, and once mir1u1e tihe ills e':nbltage lri.we. The (loorl swuI. openI it, i on the thl'ir hold, with iever'. ey', up.on hin, stooiid Prince HIenry, li(i\ti. n )ii" riezru urnoveror anr S'nit';r Fra.ker, il. ilrmen, respecitivly, of thei houseI anI 'ilnute eoinnllttl'es. "t'Is royal highniess, i'Prliince Ilienry of IPrssia," announcedl the dolorkeep'ller. ''The iprlince was dresseuid li the lllmple dark blue uniform of an admiral of the ti-Irman navy, without a single star or or' or evidence of the itpierlal house to, w.,ich to blclltged upon his Imaslt. Ite rset.wrta whtt' 'tovels and lts flat inaval 'ap nl hila left hand. At ile sideh iitagl a short goldl sabbard. ilender, but tall and commanding look i.,. he Lowered aIbove those at his elide. IHo calne forward with easy, graceful hearing, escorted by Sellallilr Furake'r andll (rUeneral Grosvenor, and took the place aslgned for him next Lto that reserved for the president. At the same time the iilllliheris of hIll .smite, in their showy uniformii., who hat followied them into Inc hall, were usllhrel liii the serats dllrectly in the realr of Ithose reselirved for l'memblers if the silnate. The priiince wore a hand of niournilng upon his lift arm. 'CThl was not, hoiwieverl, In honor of the o. .aslon, but wais the aidge oif moiurniln still wiirn lby the imemberi'ts of the (Ir' man iiimperiitt fanmily for his dlead motheli', the dowageir empllress of ti(ernmany. Senators Arrive. As soon as tall hail again been Heatel, tlih sipeaker's gavel Ion,(' mote Ibriought the asse.mblatge to its feet atid the SOME ONE MUST SETTLE UNDERSTOOD IN CONSTANTIN OPLE MIBS STONE'S RANSOM WILL BE DEMANDE.D. LOOK FOR SERIOUS RESULTS Questidn of Responsibility Must Be Settled Flrst-Missionaries Were Oaptured on Turkish Soil and Hid in Bulgaria. (B3, Asoclated Prl'ts.) c'onstantinople, Feb. `i7.--It Is uider slood that the United States will soont take steps to obtain a reirn ittrslllent of the sum ($72,000) paid to the brigands as a ransom for Miss Ellen M. Stone and Mme. Tsilka, holding the Turkish government responsible, inas much as tlie capture of the mlsslonaries was of f-eted on Turkish ,oll. This question of responllbili:y tlray thave serious developments, since 'Turkey emphatically disclaims responsibility and lays the blame on Bulgaria. FIB>1 A WDOIN. M)i s Green Sustained Serious Injuries Jumping From Window. (By Aao,4ated I'rers.) SBoston. Feb. 27.-Fire in the upper I, part of the Bowdoin Square hotel early today threw 160 guests, mostly actors f illing engagements 'at near-by play houses, into confuslon, ,but all escape.I .sa'fely except Miss Agners Green,, a I gpest. Miss Green jumped fhrm the fourth floor of the 'hotel to a roof of a two ' sory building below. It Iq thought she wlll recover. -emtberJ of the senate Appeared, ,headed by Bennator Frye, prenident pro tel. 'The senators took their ueaLtu Immediately in the rear of the members of the dlplo matle corpi. Next tile doorkeeper announcct the chief Junstice Rand a.uoc'late Juxtilce of the slupremnl. court, alnd the utatecly anIId dignified judgen awathed in their bIl.i'k robrs alnd preceded by the Irlituntlsa of the court, caame nolemnly down the nlale. Julltice (Iray, who ricently Ihaa beinl strh'ken with Iparalysis, \wa the only mtinlng nmemnber of thie court. At this Ioint, the autickc' 'ti,'IithLd the goe\'I'I to Henator IPye, who \.lu to pre ildi'. Then i'lnme thie pir" hilen I and l mllmlllhPr l of hix n'lll(llte, L lllld Itihe in rInlehl( bInnld utiuck ulp, "ll4ll i lt i 't hief."'' I'nis',,.hte lHo e)e.\'t(ll wai. nee lc nnlllnlllllud tIy hlt'relll'e lrlytII iLiLl fiolhtiL ii\ by hlu • lhh., ('.ohne~l llhnghamn, ofl tiht armyn}, anld .Maljrl (10hnture, ofl the, malrirhle l'nll,I eiiiih nll full nIolformii. 'The olthel(' inim tih'r ii lhf Ihi tniI't i'Iline in the wakeq of tIest unlforniel oth iii. T'i' l' pi'hideiI nals aittllridl II Ii iihiik l'frock cnt "wliih gray tIr'ouuetrM i.iII'| in iilotiti'rlng iiiind of c(re', lluponll hi ' lift tiil. ii' toiik hlul Il~i,' ih lb re l fiirhing the, aIHnker"H dl*'k. wllh lPrinm, lh,,'y upiion hl right. .,Vtlh ih-In litr h,. lix i'haiigi'i a iu'ird if gree ing. Hay Is Intloduced. The ll('nlnth ' o.f the' e i'rdnet,l, exc'Xept Heraur I~c ny. wM1 was1~1.1 \*Nerte toil~ (.11101 (.11,,vl'11h'y lilly \\ l'll'd XX Il i. ,lllr( lr toI( )I(l telerk'P! d,'k nInemdurl1,ly I.,how lith runx trunl of tIth plli idlulg ittlhP,, tIIikt tutiur pinh e It ( lit e . rig h t o f th e l rin. , l R e, H ..r of tll' , liiii ' Ill' l tH ,Liiu i i ll it' \ l it.ll i vt l', reltlry lhaw and(·c Herreta IllWilson werrell Li i(. l'tr ]ly, 'hn. i ' alh.d A lt t ne hll'll I'iiii'ii t i o te tic t ui' ftui'i ii liii'I'L t lir' iii hy litv, lit. l'oldol, lh,, llilnd rlhaldin l tof th . Ib u )le, i hftllra' It ,d lil t riitlIt ofi' thi day, 'hut. tr i 'y Ilay. As f th t ,Ie ei llt ltiliy tHuIIIu I to r ai with iti silhw, iri .yiari tennatillnt hit'l iwt Ii'ti nwae I ie theu~ in the ll'llhalt. 'iIt' ti qlL'l13' II\II. f iy i uIuiH hl"ll I+,nIHI lllteres't, IIot allom, of" hiI enhlje('l, but of hluh ot litur ooalpity, I le fuld hiLi triLbp lit of lfvi . ind iht alty t' hl dLi - Iat;eld .'hhnt. Rlockintt ly I i' llaie i l'iyh. O tr Houco Adjournls. il'h th u trl ut nitiei'idnlltIci, o f thil ic i'u, ,li, thid' hiiii I' ,l tliiad i t I lit reaL ntittr tower Ltld hi le i\' ll'ihi to inlke hImln f to gether i Ih fii lth time, the Ieamres of Wakhtngt mi, anil Irtn'oin and 12cK amlty seemed eurfiei'iahiy to ifnprear~ 11 henrenar and, na $eci'etary flay Uttiicir the taut tm rd, the pcthall. tht iy 1'f h ke idlth af thr4lf e f iti'f ol plfOLLiaULh, fullyw ' otapted li for wehelttevi fa wut. la<'kling in hls dhelivenry. House Adjourns. Throulghout the dhellvery of tlte- slpee'th, thle iiud'enl'r l actecned wlith il~aly llntr l', bilu nd the niernbr orl tiol, coipnllnt we quite as ii fllhu .al time, the I'llrneiel of WTah jliigii'tii and nl i flnin 'id IbytKinley ''i~u'aui, Juinutty rglil' Ji~lyiytli by tli' eemed dlloriunalli to fnpired uli tri dl.i'u, and, au siuritais ry Ha uttered tihe last tiolemn wiordt l the spi'd'tatoki' broke into catte 1111 (Iill·i iiiv~·c iii'li'i' huh ?Vl'.·) hiLiti of perfect storli' of applau ae, whrth' lasted for severnI minute(+. The |pr'llesidt seemlred n11 (he+,,Iy hIm pmark. ifd nal hI'lI e nhoh u t hii 0 Im ndtu ' olh 'i'lh in te members of thi cimuimiut were qulte nas etlhumlaxlhite lhe remlainder of thet un ldiencle. The benedhleton was eff,,red by the+ li,.v, 1)r. M llllrnl andl to lth,° stit'lns of "leaud, Khndly lilght," playd by the< marlnd alll ' thl pltIi.deii Ilind thousi' wabioult h Ih 'll O Iiuiiuii qlitttid to1 ii hall Thle milmblh'l+ of the, Matri neI'lI l'olurt, MI+n ate, diltohmatit: enr'ls and oth,.r bodihm, left in the+ IreveIr(. of'd+'4 in whi,'h thi'y had larrl\,.d. As Moon a, till thlt+ vhaltor~ oli thle flooi' had \vlithd rllwVn, Slp+:lke.4 H lnl(rman called thlhou Ii ini+ Iorld+r andl IV~r. Pa+ylnP of Now York( lmov(,d lhat, as a furthiel. m1a11k ,o1 I'+.pectl, thn, hlouse' adljotrn. Tlhe, lmttion~l wVas. carlritet unlanlimously lind acco'rd'ingl/ly ait 1:441 I. m.I th1e house( wasi ,|0+ell'r+, ni .L nonedl'+ ultil] tOmlorr'ow. iORO[ FORM[D IN THE[ RIV[R WATER IS NOW TWO INOHE6 HIGHER THAN IT WAS EVER KNOWN TO BE BEFORE. RAILROAD BRIDGE IN DANGER Ferry Boat Inverlochy Was Crushed and Sunk Yesterday at Wrights vlle - Ice Hangs on in Lower River. (flly AesNoilated Press.) Polk, Pa., Feb. 27.--lEarly this mornung the iutque'hlnllna river V at Wrightsville reacheld a point two tlitches higher thani the high water lark of 1 65. A girge hasi forlled againsti the bl, steel lbridge of the ieniisylvanita rail road bietwevte, Coluinla tian Wrlghti villi, and that strueture In In dainger. Tiralins rtilt.ed the bridget this morning, but with eixtiiirem caulloti. A large fortl' of latiorer'rN i l lallulyedl keeping the roadway firee frm ii e. lielow the Ibridge ith Ire has mooved out. When thell e broke yesterday the steamnie luiverlichy of the Wrightlville Ferry company, was crushrJ and sunk,. Tthe big girgf in tihe lower river from Turkeykill and the ferry remlalined Ilntact this morniing. .Further Danger Passed. All further danger from the freshet in the Schuylkill river, in the vicinity of Philadelphia is passed. Since high tide early today, the water has been steadily receding, and the stream is practicatly free frorn ice. Durling the the night the river swept over the railroad tracks on the west htank, and extended some distainc Inland. Coal yards and cellars o' dwelllngs sit. P T,,qll HENRi IS A6AIN AT WASHINGTON HE WILL BE THE OUEST OF PRESI. DENT ROOSEVELT AT DINNER THIS EVENING. LACK OF ALL FORMALITIES Escorted to the German Embassy by a Squadron of Cavalry and Police Large Crowd Gathered to Greet Him. (Ity Aswinllted Press.) Walshington, Feb. 27.--The stO .i chaptet r in the nationall caplital' we. 'olie to Pr InIi Henry of I'rusltt beKgt . today. Arriving at 9 o'clock this ltolln inlg, he and lhis I lle 11 Ilt non utlendfl the Mictlhley ttotlll(htl servitce at the ,litatl, and lit their contt'iI' lt nlndtle a I11 Ing v\sit It piay tributo to Washingtonl I Mountt V'ernon. 11e \\t1 I te the gUtst ofr I'ri.hlent Itoosevell t it dinllner lit llthe W hitel illt.tse t iilt 'vening. Th'is fore toonzt the Weather tlas delightful. Admirall Ivt ins, htlnornry lilde to In'llle' IlIl). was Inllllsposed and, wheln ihe le'ft the traiin ait \VWashington, It was wllth the Intentioni ofl retting Ulntil the Huolhorn and Wostern trip commrences. The pritne wts met lit the depot by At-ti t lt C ll ettl t ryl of t.l te II'IIL r i and nodiAu liii e irt biy cavatlry puit ll, teas drilel n tll the em ll l ii ilsy. No Forrllities. A i'crowd orf ,'veral thoanotil Ilopin hiiad gnolh re4it It 1the dLeplol , ,ut tiwr.' ' wias no rh'ly'inng. At th, (l 'i r al n nl I hIIlIaHH y II llar) e' i-wlit h:l alsoi gillth.redl . The i llllbasy wvas i i i ii nllts liit tly dtecoriteit itllh the r peyi. l ll e o lo rl !t o i w it h g alh llts o f yriltll ai nd i ine. Wi.li the .nllhliny the prlinc had at h1 dis posa ll th ainIdsilml 1u1111,' of r'OO1mIs on Ihl. first floor. llere there waiis op p ttuniiiy foI r I n llell tf re( t fro im hel, 1t0 4llll I'ulllll f tr t f sllvltlte-there w .re no fnrnlilllio , during the m ornintg. Hl II I[HR GRAVE YOUNG LAD OONFESUID TO IN TENTION TO XMU I*SL HE WANTED TO BE REVENGED Was the Purpose of the Would-be Mur derer to Drng the Body to the Rail road Track and Let the Train Run Over It. 'y Assolulted l'Pre.) Net' , It, Feb. 27.--Revenge for reprl rmalltldi g-IVnll L eonard Tfoorrnhon, in 14 yuear-old boy of Bllue P'oint. It. I., In lited him to pliai to kill John Fl. lanes' IG-yeai-old daughter, JesHle. Ile had d1ug' a iril\eu in whichh to bury her. I, tl'Ju ard tIold i've(ral of.i'a 1) boy l ant'. g.ils hIl inteintions anid when the school t(itachlir confrontllted 1I1m., lie confessed. Mr. lJJie, foaring for the life of his daughter, ciiused the arraignment of the iRobllsHOlI boy blefort a Justice. The lat telir issuedI a warran'llllt for the llad's arrest on the charge of threateind murder and the boy wal held by the sheriff. Princlpal Perry of the Bllue Point Jeihool, testllhed that the hoy had made a confel.slon to him in which he said lie inltend-ed to hide in the woods opposite the haullle of the girl's uncle and as shq pI"Sed IJI( Iniended to shout her and bury her. t1I, Maid he had the revolvIer, with h\\ch to commit the deed. lie showeq the revolver to other children who tol4 their I,;iparents and the case was pro Hseted to Mr. Perry for actlon. Thei Iaobluloln boy said the Iplan was hins own, but he Intended to let ainother bIy sewe the crime. Ile needed help to drag the body of the girl t the railroa'd tacks In order to let a train run over It to give the Imlprtesslon that she had been run over by the traiin. TIhiie he Ilteided to bury the body In I hiox. CANADIANS WANT HENRY. Every Moment of His Time Has Been Arranged for, However. (Ily AssoOlated Press.) Washgtrtlon,, Feb. 27.--Prince hlenry has been inlvited to visit Canada, where he would he the Ruest of the dtlonlnliot gv,'l'nment. While the courtesy of the lnvit:ationl IH ully appreclated by Cier rnan,loflticalI, yet It has been foiutd imn ioLsHlle io arL.eept the lnvitatilon, as 'Very hour of the prince's time, tip) to the lnllllinlt or h II sailingK for (ilcrn!any, al ready has ieen flxed. 1ih will, however, lJe on ritis. h noll whlen lie Inakes the visit to Niagara Flls and ''crossesHc, ti the Canadian sido. At that tine the persnual aide-de cairi )of tIhe govero r general of Canada will Ie )present to extend the good will of the ritisih autliorities, ut.ted n;ea the river front wet' inun dated, and the water backing utip through the sewers flooded the streets, but no greate'r damage occurred. The wait'er works and the bonthousee in li.hrlnvont Park sustained con.sider athlo I lainut e.