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Til 1VINIK0 WORLD, FRIDAY, AT It I L 26, 198.
1 I V 41 liar wbsrsaboubi w.rs vary ason. I dar at think ah I bslng held MHMW will," ha assarted. "I think aha M wlllktg with ths people who ara rMMtMbt) taf ha altuatlon. But I tnuat aeVwar art bar away from them. tlktV'iavra bafcrmlnod the girl' health. thy hare brought about a dsplorahl. , and flat only know, what will ta hA.chlld. tf aba li not found tHa flH la absolutely powerleae whan aha la bi tha hand, of Mrs. Whit ana other," he eoar nued. "1 took bar away from the lngleslde aebool at Naw Mil jMrd. ObfeV. or ret her I refuaed to let Mr to tack there again thla aeaann. Maauss I didn't ilka her to be eubjoct ta certain Influence. "The Sheldon girls. Violet and Uladye. av' ateeea of Mra Whit Their parenta ara dead and they were raleed by Mrs" White, wna I wnrth snllllo. My daughter met them and Halra Webb while aba wet at tha Connecticut arhool. I pet bar' tinder a tutor, hut ah broke away from thla training and areav to WoanliuHoa to lake pan In agjaecanade at Stonletgh Court, where th" whole party we etopplng. 1, hoard about it and eJ heard about atbar thing 1 heard ahe n ruanlng ap bdtla with vartoua trd-men--tiiiy1ng clothe far hereelf prlnH gally. I promptly wrote to ovary trade fnao with, whom aha had. aver dona bny baiataoe. announcing I would not bo raapoaalMa for any of her dabt. Thoa t cut of Ve I a month allow am a r.Sfd oon giving nor. and dss pa lotto dataetlra tu Waahtngton to tab iV v from Mr. Wblta and itVtWijwi. LANNU Ht- OjArrtARANCI. , ''That waa wbr-Hamoa -nt t the faaiptoBL Lebe aaaltertum. health ana aavoue,eyevam were In tad shape. Dr.. ,itargM. Parker recommended tna plr aad tonf her mere with the nuree. Mle tfoagland. Btomlngly. Ra mona lot no lima In communicating With member of Mr. Whites party sXt har dapart ur era the raairtt l tolls the girl kaow wdl what waa liejalbl PHMbly aba arranged It. - A bait sass carried by ao of tbo woawn had the Initial! "at A. B." on It, hnd I tta aura they eland tor' Mr. Marlon A. BacBb. Mrat White- ctoeeot friend In Wear ' Torn, who roatdea at Ma. kit St. gaaik g graaaa Brooklyn. I think me atbar woman waa Helen Webb, who '-a gweatf'Bto' yearn old.' bat looba older. C1a eteto aaatat a caeaal glance ooald by gaj iiBto apt a much older woman. 1 Unr"ani- batter thn by ill -T WwaVo MP damghter la aow, to locate Whararterteed hat tough- bar to '" eweot and lovaMa a gwt'ae aba eovdd imagine whan away w'vHRII WaaMS M MM MR Sat ha aald that whoa aba a woo aa entirety dlf- I bava already kad a frtoad keok tha fbS aMM bd bbbdo a report ft gbo r:1b waa . -I byaat aac" - . . dHEAOt TMAT - dhAUaaHTM ,M " VT tOMDaTINWI. ' Aim-SSi bo b......kl.nlfr Tbat baa not beaa dataraMaai paw ttvatr." aatd Mr. Barwaa. t will be afthM a araat goal by t advioa of Br attorney." at 'aToo't condemn my MttU tM.' ptaaded Mr. Borden. "Bha heen't alnnad. wt 4l baa baa alnnad again t. Bha Ha) bar whale Bfb b rabd rat) aba wUl bp compelled la live thla dowa. Help ajb arotaet mjr daugktar good earn. T BorW apMt the morning la hla bbaea at the Manhaltaa MotaL Ha waa ra ooaferanoa with the a but heard nothing, ha 1 he regarded aa aacU aaUarly eaeoaragbjg :-Tbja aawapaamra have found othar baoaW r' wita' ther would And Ra- Mr. Borden dactorad he waa certain hla wife, from whom ha la aparatoa. with tha gtrl-a dla- Ma eald tBa Brat thing ba board tba girt waa bat aotornop to Mra. Bordoa waa tbore. 'Neither did Mr. Bordoa take aay atocb in a rumored connivance on tha part ef'ib' auraa U the aaaape of ha) r- i . tl ara en aad .1 aueaUoaod ba time iaetarday." be eaid. aim aura aba did everything paaa.Ua.' MB wmte, auaoana ui i" 'mdBWoaod by Mr. Bardon. la1 a Ma had luat beaa arvoroao aad Mra. Wfalla, who Bad beaa tba wife ut Jamea Maloaay. Praatdeai of the Maloaey-Boaaett BelUng , Compaay of luat had bar Brat rlaga illateViel ulna tola aad tha chew lag gam maaufaeturar wore married la am Thla hi aha ate tad tba ta a weak that deteauve eehpeoyad by Mr. Bordoa have eougbj Mra. Whit la aa effort to Bad rim HI Bardan. The woman end her yowtoSbul wnll girl friend ere toobtada tow Bap ago la a'Caahlonabi apartmaat hatol to Waahlagtaa NtCVrOCTB "fPU NAWAY" tV HEIR IBS TO' JOIN MMB. WHITB. Mra. BThlto aapaarad la the uapiial on April U. aododntonied by thr vry nandaomo badrog woman. They wr aa. alaoaa. Vtatat aad Oladye Sheldon of Naw YeB and tola Borden. Their nret appmmom waa ml ue a fo bataa MotoL-. Wbaa Mra. White regta tered tor. IB party. .Attar a atoy af oaly 4 bjtoto- they toft the hotel and laataDb taamanvaa in an apart meat at efcolelgh Court, aa OoaoooU cut avaaAK iBoraoaa oay mat Mtee lb away from hr rath white at that. received i tataatng daugb aad ba aagagad .iAtr of that Uvea of that waw'lrhatolrent of tBa' B Mto Bbrden. proteat BtanWeafh: Mra White. tokMha a warrant woutd bar U ab triad to pro. l returning Ml Btat. White, aa M Waatnng- ung inena u her father (RSat ' Ml ajptalwi Fri.atoM.tba Kamoaa BMB i in orw&riarMa at re. Wit led hlmlBtoB that Ma LV the Bradiat? ttotaaUve mt city la laBBdBavhar. Bi .On Mr: PMBar reareeonU m raaits B goobtalaad M fc. .. vara uia datodUvaa, froi Wr. JNtoai of Mra. T. .a. Backe. No. bbbbbbbW jIBMIv Marb araaao. BraokUn. It waa B, " PtofT oSmm'titSSty' moU'Tng Bav . ' aaaajri?7Z-. , ll --- - rfcom atogporort WarBMnawWWLjieai. 1 1 mnnMna ,1a! w...---Ojji 'tijw Turn v CALIFORNIA ALONE TO MEET BRYAN ON SHOTS OUT Progressives Vote Down Bill to Invite Pacilic Coast Gov ernors to Conference. NEED NO OUTSIDE AID. Will Hear President Wilson's Envoy, Then Pass Alien Land Law, Is Prtsent Plan. 8ACRAMBNTO. Gal.. djgrHI Ik A j narty vrrte of 41 ProgfolV nay agalnit U Dam.bcratfc knfl 'l Tafti Rapubjlcaa ajraa lo-dajr, a thr Jowr bouae defnatrd a raotMntlon Invltlag tha Oovarnofa of Nivad. Arg6ing- toB.' Orbffin, ai(f A)togMft,f bahlfcl-1 pat In tha ,jnfntaiioa wltp sacra- tary of Btat Brrao on tha bntl-arllen land ownerahlp rthjlilatlon next wart. Progreaalvea oppoavd tha adolu- Mob on tha ground that no, outalda counael waa necaaeary. Tha reeolutton waa not inaroauicaa in the Bahate and wei.atrtr ramp sell. Dm- oorat. atated tha plan haid'been abart doned: .. ir l . A raaolutlon for thr aoeolKlmant of a tagtalauve committee to walcomf Hecra- tary .Bryan waa. dofoated.. on tha cound that he waa to ha- the peTional guaet of Oov. Johnaon. i . kM No matter what aecrotary of Itata Bryant advtee may bo. the lgelatuie will pea and the governor will lgn an antl-allen land 6narehip pill, ll U pra dloiad to-day , ir ., , la aptta of Bow. lahnamVa formal atatamaat of yeatarday "uptioldtng tha dignity of Callforala- and" wrwelalmlng the fight ttf anaet antl-aban laglilatloei. it la aat aaowa oxaatiy wnai m I ha wty- alga, bad probably ha Baa I fully doalaad Mmm Tab. JajiaUMtra -tear tf-day aatra tar at wamab blab ba prv tatdlv wawawaaT- aad rdfaaod to favor U a atogM "oed of Indorsement aatll after it bad Una! ta Uw af tha tata, bat far 4-biib ha paaag la tba taet'ntttonhJ eaatpalga aa Oka vle- tarrbud abaakaloa frem aut tba Want. aa baa iobaaaa aow taken ap tba rain la tha antl-Japaaiee band wagwa - wMVIkK .TO JO KM BOH AMP OCMQdJOOV. ladaarlto ara t Mat totot af Baaaa- aa waa ahown to th toaar of tha raaolutlon adopted bp tha Lagta totura hi reply ta tha maaaaga ad the faaldaat aad Oav. ehnaon'a Btatoa righto ataalfatlB. ... i Tba Oamearato, aat th Prcgraaalvaa, tatbprad thai aatUJapaaaae atovaataat. and tha Prugreeelve purpoaa ktdaag plng it, nop. Ukbt It.f rovaa. ao papular. With Bryan pa tb,round la tba pal of objector, ta radical moasuraa, the Domoocata. of tha Btatoar to ha put la a -hole, if rpaaatotaar at toaat robbed af any glory, ao tha Frograaalvaa plaa. Thar at a vary toe! "heal .fag thi aatt-Japaaaoa .tpoltag la Callforala da- and Mao UdlButat bA. gdMalattop wlt their laaraaalnA nuraher baa daveleawl racial antipathy wmen tranacaaa P 1 ' . . it a. . 1 . m mere flgure of land ownerahlp bod Im mlgretioa. ' .' t ' Caltfornlaaa feel that their problem to almaar to that -of tha gouth with too aadroaa. with tho aUBaroaoa jtaat la th gouth It la racial anutneau rather than antipathy. IX YAN OF AOJTATION HA MlCBDID ACTION. to to, ato year af agltaUoa far aa anil-aUen tow thto tooMng haa boa foa tared until now a Japan eee In pub Ho la a pertiwa looltomant to bitter re mark, particularly pa tba port af workings en, and tba Mhor union djav naturaaprtaboa tba ktadoroblp in maodlna tba lealalatloo now nought Tha torstara, .who have buffered from tba foreign lavaaton even mora la the laboring 'da, Iao demand rttldt Some antl-allen atatutaa almtlar to thoee of Text and a tow othe? dtotaa general ta their ahbaactar, would wv daubtadly have been pallid la California without much fuat from Jaaaa or Waah Inaton long ago If It had not bean far tba MtuUrlng of itooaevait, ana it at tne Raoaav.lt ' ln!6raelon itfll ' Ungating whioh Bacrot try Bryan wtB dad hla greateet ohataeaa. Th pboble bad come gBaBBBxiBJBW .to regard tha iteooev.it bUWuda to probably characterlatlp af anyanma w nam w"" w " Ingtan. But JoaUad .of "all the powere or tne QoveVnrn.nl, civil add mlliury.' thdn- dtrMg dt tha fata of tho common wealth, they now aaa the bland amua of Bryan taring Ilka Bm aun ta tba Jtaat and hear tha drloadiy me age of "Wail, hoye. 'wtmt'e all tha gwbMat Can wa Thla bj aaa 1 1101 a. dtptomaue and ua- H W-ltbo aoirudb haa aomewhat uiiaplaatad Ihi mtn radical aad aado alably atoattoratad condition- Tbe.aop- who oapaid Have hiatod ga aaagwary ami the yjBl ChaMfaaBdaamaa to'raadTto wtTBgaTaf ANTI-JAP BILLS; OTHER STATES ROOSEVELT THREAT HALTED CALIFORNIA LAND LAWS IN 1906. FYom PreaMant Theodore Rooeo velt'a meoeage to the Congreaa of the United gtatee Pec. 4, ln: "I therefore earaeatur to the Oeaaneaa tha a law ba apoaMoallp pravldlag fa the aatar aUaataea af gapeaee who aaaaa hare lateadlag to bo amarleoa atbtoaaa. "One of tba great emkanaaawnata ttealkag the gHfumaan ad oar la taraaMoaal obUgaWoao ta the faot that tba ataaatoa of tba Waited Btatoa ara eattrely taadaaaata. "They fail to give tba Mattoaai meat oaaMoatty ample power, throagh United Btatoa aoavta aad hp th ana af tha army aad navy, ta prtt Tla ta tba rtgUta aa earod to tham wader aolama braatt wblah ara tha tow af tba toad. etvtl atatotee i ba aa amaaded of aha Baited i deat, aattag fat tba Valtod Btat Bovarwaaaat. wbieh la reopaalbl for oar tataaaantoaal aBfapaa tba pigbto of main lag ara tha deal re af tha Ft agree Ivaa to make paMHcal oapital of tba Bryan vlnt and thBdlMculty of framing a Mil whloh.wUl not ba dlaorlmlnatory. aaoaaabttatloaal and aa laault to Japan. WANTS TO BAN J ABB, MIT NOT OTHIN ALIEN. That there win ba no obttvtloa from Bryan to a bill ilk th Taaaa tow, which ptacee all alien la tha aaata oatagory, t well andarataad. Bat CBIttorata eook foreign oapital tor tha development af har oil Hilda bar roe lama tloa eon erne aad eoiordaauaa protoeta. Aa Immtait loflus of forotgn lamilgi illoa to populate lhaaa rtolamarlgh dhrbBeta aad ton oelonlea la ax poet ed with tha npialag at h raaata wVU and tby ara to be ItiHr ItttiTJpykh will eerteualy cripple thtoo groat gator prleea. Aad right hora hi tha hitch Cal ifornia waata to har tba Jape aad no aaa That aomothtng win be daaa to aaa btod. How to do It to perplexing, tf aoeaaary la the laat analyato tha Pro graaalva will adopt a meaaure which fall abort of public expeotatlona aad than plaoa tho blame on Bryan, Wit SOS'S ACTION SATISFIES JAPANESE. TOKIO, Japan, April It. Satlafac- tlon la generally aaaraaaad hare over tha docUlon of Prealdeot Wllaon to aead Baoratary af Btata Bryan ta Sac ramento. Col., to eoneult with tha lg tahttora there on lad quaatlon of the prdpoaed kllea land ownerahlp legtala- The majority af tha Japan nowe- Papar adopt a mora tranquil ton to day, but thb widely circulated Oaaka Mainichi. an lndapaadaot nawapapar. In a warlike aplrlt potato to tho T pan aaa neat a no toy. aad aaya that If necaa eary or If forood thoroto by dlaorlm lnatory leg lal tl on it to capable of via. dlcatlag tha national honor. BJtYAN'S STAY SHORT, WILSON BELIEVES. WaJwiNUTOJ, April ,-Proaldent Wllaon doea hot believe that It will ba nooeeaary fur Secretary of State Bryajt to remain In California mora than two three day. Ha bellevea that th Japanoaa atuaWlon, ao far aa aha law proponed by that State ara concerned will have clarbtod ao that when Bryan raaohea Sacramento there will be no need of a long tay. Tba Secretary will eaplaln to Oov. Johnaon and th I,ag1elatlve leader exactly how far thla Adrolnlatratlon bellevea they caa go. If tha auggeatwna are accepted thla will end the matter. If thoy are not there will be nothing loft for the Secre tary, t dp bat return to .Waahlngton. It at certain that ha will bo back hare not later tnart May L in line wun rroeraoni vviiaon a poi tlon that there la no ntceaalty at thla lima for further action on hla pari on tha Japaneaa quaatloa. It wa not dli- cuaaad at to-day'a Cabinet , BRYAN IS SILENT ON HIS WAY WEST FORT WAYNE, Ind , April to eer. tary of rUwto William J. Bryan, on hla wan to Sacramento, Cal declined to d lac uaa the anil-allan bind altuaMon In California whan hi train atoppad here for a few minute to-day. "I do not care to d lac uaa bha aub leet." aald decretory Bryan. Chicago. April M. - Secretary Bryan' train waa a Mt late when It arrived her whortly after t P. M. Tha aratary. who hi aooompanled by hla private aaorotory, want to a hotel to real before rwaumtng hla Jourooy to California early thla evening SMootova Oot Bow Playare. BUFFALO, N. T , April II Manager Clymer of the Buffalo team to-day an nouncod that be had traded Outfielder. Hash Parry and Pinch" McCaba ta th Jaraev City Club of th International League and In return had received aowe vaab aad ritobbr autoa -t BaTOMtdM "Beaa aa tba law aaw la tarn thing aaa bo daao bp tBb federal Bnvaramaat toward thla aad, aad la gaW aaMwww4aT aw W fetVW wB0 eTaabf wWwataaVgf tba Japan laa armiihtag that H la ta paw power to Ba wffi bo dawe, AbTB 1U OB Tbf FOtbBBB, bXZX.1 TBBVT AbTS OrfftOI TBB UVfllU fdffMT WTU KB BO BBIXBfTB." Woman Whom Gail Borden Seeks in afj BaW d .axaVaVaTH BaV jtEZd at f aga gbW gaW apPjB gab. aBBB Bat i - fl B llgg I 'j WOMAN HAD COCAINE CONCEALED IN SHOE FOR TOMBS PRISONER ' Sktwb, 1n rib 'JUdtactfd Sfop Drug Using Evil. Th flrat complaint to ba aatoJialnbd In Centra street Court agalnat valtnra who carry drug to prlaonbra Id tha Temba Hraa heard to-day by Magistrate XrotoL Mra. Helen Oay of No. Mt fourth avenue, who want to vlatt har huabang, waa arraatdd la tha Prlten by William J. Wright, Deputy Commla alonar of Correction, for carry lag co caine Into tha prlaon. She waa bald In tin batl for trial la alona. Daputy Wright told tha Cevrt tAtt ha waa Inapactlng Tier 1, a eectlon he recently eat apart for th eagre- gatlon of "dope flende." Ha aaw Mra Oay .tending before tho call of har huaband, Oaorga, moving . . har , hand toward har right ahoa. which waa un laced. He aaalgned a keeper to waich tho woman, and whan ah left thb tier ah waa taken to a matron' room, whom cocaine waa found Inald bar ahoa "We ara doing everything that wa can ta rid th TonUm of tha drVt avll," aald tha Daputy Commlaeloner. "W now have a roaldant phyalclafl la th Tomb for th flrat time. On hla advice I have placed drug uaer dfhere thoy rrtay ba watched and' tree red, arm. the danger of other prlaonara aoqdlrlng the drug habit la eliminated "There la no queetlon that ao touch troubloa tha offlclala a dolling' With eooato and morphia hatotuaa. Ye terday. a ma treat handed mo a padhag of clgarettea. I unrolled them, -and found cocaine In tha tobacoa. f" I waa atandlng before -the earl of another priaondr wtien a keeper tatnd ad ma a totter for the man. l mad the prlaonar open It, aad a quantity of cocaine fall out I demand. the tatter and th prlaonar tore It up and 'pat It Into hla mouth. Befor b could swal low It, t grabbed htm and had tha letter parted together. Will ehgeavor ta proeecute tha peradh who aeat'the etaff. mo. 'A doctor with whom I vtob die- cue! ng tba drug habit which deem to be general with confirmed crlmloele. told 'ma tnat na nan a oura that we may put to uaa. tf wa And tha pro scription practical, wa will adopt It for uaa on the 'dope Mar.' " TH CLOSHIQ QUOTATIONS. Th. iallitwhM wen tha hltbaat lowaat aa. I Pfteai of Meek, tor W-U aad ta aat jbtbgbl a caaaytm wiia laurai ueaia quamooai AwaL Ooapw. s to um'.'.'.'.. l tvi jm 'BS Ui. ::::: m !S a a rgkaTBiati ....... piis m : t It. a , it j 'f'X. Jl!. a. I .aa iV tl 'n 18" I f vm i J 'M Mia X 1 8- Sill Bet'-FHstS": - o KERR EASILY WINS FROM SHERMAN ON I . NORTHFIELO LINKS rUtMds 8 Up in Game for the Chief Prize. I a?! al (A The Breahaj WorM I NORTKK1ELD OOLT LiINKB. N. J.. April -Hamilton Kerr of Now Tork wa a illght favorite, wtren match play began In all five dlvlelona of th Atlantic City Country Club'e spring golf fixture to-daat Johnaton. St. Paul' tro mehdoua "awwtter" on paper at loaat. aeemod to be the only really touch nut for him to crack, whUa In the lower are C. B. Buxton and Oeorg Crump, both at PhUadatrm,!, and Maurice RJaloy of Atlantic City. Harold Topping, Now Tork. took hla poor modal eoore of yeatarday ao much to heart that ha withdrew befor the pairing ware made but wIM probably try to win tho handicap to-morrow. Kerr, played eupertdy and beat Fred Sherman, Atlantic City, one runner up for. chief print. I up aad I to a, Kerr waa out ta pax to, unprecedented going; for, April, and etood 7 up at tha turn. Hla only palatook was oa tBa sixth hole. where 'he wa hort with hla tnaahle oa hla eeoondY Hi than laid up dead with a nkbllob. ,-opljr to mtea a abort pott Sherman managed to halve two hole. "I talked Kerr oot af hi putt on on of 'am," STtermaa. Odd on Kerr roe Immediately. Walter Naajta, Atlantic City, beat D. S. Johnaton, Bt. Paul, 1 up; P. W Wood, Philadelphia, boat C. H. Philadelphia, t and t: Maurice Rli AM antic City, beat w. c. Baldwin Chicago, 4 and 1; George A.. Crump. PMI adafpbla. beat O. K. MoFartond. Wt cheater.. 7 and ; C, B. Buxton. PhBa dalphla. treat Theodore Boaaamaa, At ktnfjp raty, 1 up; Jama D. Armatrong, Builalo, won from Frank Bmatheae, At lantic city, by default J. M Thorn peon, PMIadalphla, boat Fred Mar, .Englewood, and 1 Seooad Sat A W. Wcataoy. Atlantic city, beat K. H. Fairbanks, Phlladel Phi. J and 1; H. Kin, Buffalo, boat F. H. MoCbi), Atlantl Ctty. t and 1; W. L Allen. Phjladelhpla, heat F. U Moist ex PheentavUla. Pa . 7 and t; B. A. Lord, Atlantic City, oaat D. C Read, Atlantic City, S and 4; Hugh W4llougMy, New port, boat H. w. Hemphill, Atlantl City, h had 4. George K. Brown. PhtlaatoTphta, boat O. F. Leevrtt. unartaohed, I up; A. B White, Atlantic city, won from K. C. EMwarde, Atlantic City, by datauM; T, P. Bndrcott. Atlantic City, boat S. U Knalaal. Atlantic City, H and I. Tho flrat .aat draw for thla afternoon Wqod ye. Nagle, Armatrong vs. Kerr, Thompaon vs. Buxton. Crump vs. Rl isy. Third. .ft: O.. Schtpmore, Upper Mont clalr. beat H. W. Whan. AUanUc City. S up; W. J, M. Dyer. Philadelphia, boat isowarq. aiainn. n aamngion, i up; uao. Radellfa, Phllad.lphU, beat LouU utadle. , Atlantic city, I and I; Stanley Clifford. Apawamla, won from J. VV Roberts. Altoona, by default; A smith, Reading, beat K. 8. Davis, Phil adelphia,. 1 up; Oeo. Worthlngton, Mount, Anthony, beat. C. L. Maxwell. Trentpg. and 4. J. J. Young. Philadelphia, beat Henry Mcttwoeney. Oil City. 1 up. T. B. Wool fen. Atlantic city, beat T. M. Allen, Philadelphia. 1 up, 11 hole. rotoMhaet: Jk-H Carllale. Buffalo, woa froa W. nVMAMlTP MMR PLANTED TO RUIN taOF LLOYDS 'Votes for Wonaen ft. I P." on Missile When Discovered . in Cardiff. CARDIFF, April to. A ten-Inch can nleter flllod with dynamBa, tha fuss of which had burned to within half an Inch of th explosive, waa found early to-day on the atop of Lloyd's Bank. "Votaa for Women R, I. P." wa In erribad on ha side of the cylinder, hut the police wore In doubt whether tho bomb was the work of militant surTra gettea or of antl-aufrragettea aooklas to discredit tho womdn. LONDON. April II. The police to day believe that the euffragotta bomb exploded In tha Manohoatar Free Trade Hall night before laat waa Intended for John Huma. President of tha Board Of Trade. Burna was to have opohen a few minute, after the bomb shattered a big window. A man who declined to ravaal bit Identity to-day appeared at Bow Street Police Court and paid the fine, yesterday imposed on Mra. Daapard, Mlaa Boyle and Mra. Wood, auff raseltea arrested at Neleon Monument In Trafalgar Square. Despite their protest, tha three were re leased from Jail. Home Hacretary McKcnna'a "oat and mouse" bill, providing for tho tempo rary release from prlaon of "hunger strikers," waa expected to obtain the royal approval and become a law to day. Following tta pasMMfg by the Houss of Commons on Wednesday It was rushed through the Houss of Lords lata yesterdsy. BURN HIS DINNER, NOT HIS HOME, GERMAN ADVICE. A burned dinner haa far more value for convincing Englishmen that some thing is wrong than merely a burned villa." ssys a letter from Frau Duerrln. prominent German suffragist of Nuremberg, advising the British mili tants to adopt the "household boycott," which was made pifbHc to-day by th Woman Social aad Political Union. The 'household boycott' means re fusal by the women to perform house hold duties." Frsu Dusrrln explained. Tou Bngllah women ahould drop mili tancy and adopt thla plan. It would he tar .mare edtoctivs. I would even neg lect the children and make the men rass tham themselves. "By a 'household 'boycott' you would enforce on men that dlvlalon of labor between tho aesea wtttoh w hear much about ddan tall ua thai women should not meddle In politics bocauas poll ilea la men', affair, and women'. affair to tba heme. Tot ovary ttus- baad. whll kseplng hla wife out of politics, meddles In home affalra and thereby reject a his own principles. "Lot tha man gat their own meals. look sfter their children, attend to their own cloths, aad In a faw day man would ysarn after their old half authority in the home and fee mora than willing to give tha woman half authority In politics." PUBLISHERS' CONVENTION. At an axaouttva saaelon of tha annual convention of the American Newspaper Pubtlshera' Association this afternoon in me waioorr-Aatorta. aanort n. naaer of tho Cleveland Plain Dealer, wa r elected President, John Stewart Bryant of tho Richmond Ttmea Dispatch, waa sleeted Secretary aad W. J. Paterton of tho Now York Evening Post was sleeted Treasurer. The following war siectsd directors: HHtoo V. Browo of th. Indlanapolla News; Jason Rogers, pub Saber of tho New Tork Globe, and F. P. Onus of ths Birmingham jssws. Tna tore si rector were mactao to serve two yeers. Th following wore electd to asrve on year: Harry Chand ler of the Loa Angelas Times; Charts. H. Taylor Ir. of the Boston ow&e; J. J F. MavcKay of ths Toronto Olob. snd Hopewell L Rogers of ths Chicago Now. H. L. Brldgro.su of ths Brook lyn Standard I'ldon was elected vice president. This concluded the convon tlon. O. Jon oa Jr., Wllmleagton by default. C. x tin Rtvarton. won from J. W. Cleara. Philadelphia, by default K M BlaoWburn. Reading, beat W. E. Wll in. Philadelphia. I to t Danlal S. White, Atlantic City, beat L. Dalgar, Atlantic Ctty, I and I: Carte- n rielat. Atlantlo City, beat w. u. Maltby. Montreal. 1 up, II holes; W. J Omla. MsrohantvlU. bast J. u. "on ohue, Pmladahmta, I and li X H. Ctapp, Waah nrton. oeat s.. n r-i. r-m.. iiainhla. 1 uo. It hotaa. dskahla, 1 up, l hotea; W. B. Chapman. Httabura. btot C. W. Btrathy. Win- ntpag, 1 up. n j above. Onondaga, won from Walter Edge, Atlantic City, by default. m n nook. Pittanurgn. won irem r.. t' K,.mmara. Naw York by default. V. H. Stockwall, Scaradale, won from i M. Kellogg, rnonour. ft '" F. H. McCuns, Pittsburgh, bsat W. T.,mr Toronto. 2 and 1. Uoore Stevena, Mianur v,ijr, Charles L. Fletcher, uumvoooie, i up. r.hin licDonais. r-niioiiii. mn i Whlta Atlantic fiiy. i UP. onn L..ki.fnrd. Atlantic City, boat B. C. Tllllnghaat, Philadelphia, 1 up- For Constipation DtLAX EX-LAX RELIEVES CONSTIPATION. ragulal tha ataataob aad bowala aumulatas tba liver aad promotes dtgaatloa. Oaod tor young aad aid. ). She and Bta, a ato daaarnto. ir CITY MAGISTRATE WHO WAS KNIGHTED BY RULER OF ITALY. - mmk J I yam Bar ' apto v .aPapjssjy MAGISTRATE FRESCHI IS MADE A KNIGHT BY THE KING OF ITALY he Decoration of the Order, a Maltese Cross, Will Be Sent at Once. City Magislrale John J. Frsochl waa this afternoon notified try Csvaller Hi Hon. O. Fsra-Forrd. Conaul-Qeneral of Italy In this city, that he had re ceived word from the foreign office of the Kingdom of Italy that tha Magis trate had been created by Victor Bman- ual Til. a Knight of th Order of the Crown of Italy. The notification went over tha tele phone from the Consulate to the Magis trate at tha West side Court. Mr Frssrhl wa overwhelmed wltti gratifica tion. He waa Informed Chart tha decora tion of tha order, a Malteae croaa, would follow shortly with tha formal Induction Into the order. King Victor Brnanuel, aald tha Consul, bad bean moved to pay the Magistrate the honor of the conferring of this high honor by his knowledge of the greet credit which Mr. Fraaohl had conferred upon the Italian resident, of this ooun try by hla puMIc career, his many char ities snd his kindness to Italians bars who were not yet cltiaons, and by tha prestige which ho had given to persona of Italian birth. Tha King had a taken into consideration bha services Maaiatrats Fraaohl bad dona to Italy ta hla abBSOSSful effort to have Columbus Day mad a holiday In tola Stat. Magistrate Freschl was born In thla own trj. .mm memoir of th Ital ian National Club, tba Italian Chamber of Coanmercs. tha Italian Lawybra --iitb ano) tba Columbus Day Leas He belongs to many orpaaisatlena. In cluding Tammany Hall, whioh have no distinctively Italian affiliations. ANOTHER $30,000 VERDICT FOUND IN SUPREME COURT. The loss of an eye and Injuries whtoh eft wound In her head brought Mr. Mae I. Peterson a verdict of tSe.ftM damasea in the Supreme Court to-day. She had auad for pjt'.noo. Ths same Jury also found a verdict of pi.ooo for Mr. Petaraon'a husband. Ernest E. Peter son, a compiler of telegraphic codes. who susd for loss at his wife's services. Tha, combined verdict of 00.000 equals ths award given Miss Mabel Noar against the intertxo rough before the same Justice Warley M. Platsak. earlier In the week. The Peterson, ctarntad that a trolley car belonging to tho Ooaan El seme Hallway Company ran down Mra. Peter son whfle crossing tne company s trwdks at Tsnt City, naar Far ttooa- away, on aapt. i, nmm. waa unconooious In Bt. Jopapn Hoopnai for six day. Shs told tha jury tnat sns had no recollection of tho events sub sequent to ths aooldsnc, aftnougn sne stated to Loula Stackler. bar attorney. that her memory la now quxts resauieu. The rsllwsy companya witness ss swors that they aaw Mra. Peterson pursuing a brtndle bull pug acroea tha tasxk. and that ehe stooped down to pick uf the dog and ths csr struck her. This Mat. Peter son dsnled. The Jury dellberstsd only a few m in ula Justice ri.ties gsve me rauirowo rntmam'i attorney, thirty dabrs In which to prepare the caaa for aPpAal PUBLIC Ia laft'l I la ear veer best asset. la .tba ssb make aa fisaf. s Thai Of. a. raja. . as wsii as batnlvtfia. ars doiaa Saacial for Friday, April 25m. CHOCOUTE COVERED STRAW BERRY ICE LKtAMS Jaerk la rbv rtra-; 10c SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY XRd SATURDAY CHOCOLATE COVERED CREAM PEPPtRWirtrs-Thi. ta b. bad beta JAa, siwvb BOX saaPBs SUGGESTIONS FOR MILK CHOCOLATE COVERtU CHOCOLATE ALMOND CLUSTER S-t fKrS: 39c M BARCLAY STREET 2& Car. Wsst Broadway SB CORTLANDT ST. Cor. Church Street Park Rw Nassau Straot At City Hail raft dtd) BROOME STREET. Corner Centre. FOUND INFERNAL f4ACHINK UNDER DESK IN OFFICE. Burninj Fuse Was Attached to Pack age' of Powder in Which Revolver Cartridges Were Mixed. PHILADELPHIA. April J.-Th llvto of Loula P. While, senior msmrber af the? White Watch Company, and av rrel employee poaalbly were svd this afternoon whan ons of the ofllcer f the company discovered a burning dbBe attached to an Infernal machine under White' daak. The contrivance waa wrapped In msnlla paper and contained two pound of gunpowder, through which waa seat tared aUtesn revolver ahot. The fas. wa tMflngulshad and detective started sn Investigation. ANOTHER TRUTH IS DISCOVERED ADOUT DISEASE Many Symptoms of Nervous Debility Are Mistaken for Chronic Disease. HOMES MADE BRIGHTER Mrs. Goldbach Feels Like Het Old Self After Taking TonaVita. RuaMptlbUHv to different si! areata I a symptom of nervous doMNtjr. ta fact, it la one of tha principal dsngsra of the silment, for iartoad af poopio treat -ing tho proper cause thoy go on treat! agj the symptom, while the iwal siigisal got worse and worse through neglect. ITatil Toaa Vita waa dtsouvsaad a long rest in th country or on th aaa shore was the only officiant remedy lor nervous debility. Ton Vita ha brightened many homos by restoring th mother of tho tout ta . Li " war ma) art b , health once more. Mrs. at. uosooaws of rti Lincoln Ave, Cypraaa BUI. Brooklyn, stated "For too lost year I had b dowa in health aad wad badly nerves. I triad throe dtffsrsat Which W"faT) DfMCsHbaM to did ma muc Vita b certainly all that it is etoiaead to b snd K is taat th thing for aervaos raw I totaad to bmaa ba taking tt. " atraGddhach aaaaa of fulaes wsisht : noor asaatlto: Mass of or a sewsral raa-dowa coaeutioa. Toaa Vita caa ba purchaaod at say tint class drag stars in Mow York Cky. Advt IVER-JOHNSON Bicycles $1 a Week Highest Quality. Low Prices SPECIAL A Guaraa- ti "9 Si teed Bicycle with guar- 1 d aateod tir. it I Cft Victrolas on Easy Paymentd. 1913 FORD Aatomobiles I.Davega, Jr. Ossn Ever r Evs. Excsst Was. CONFIDENCE Up urchailaa vsn'tbtag Is. Sptottol far Saturday, April 21. VAN. CREAM ALMONDS-a aaaaa. IOC room box LONDOI STYLE BUTTER TOP. FEE -Sastba. i su Jastlr tass-s aaa vava. fTW. potrsB box svOf FRIDAY A1ND SATURDAY VERT HIClH GRADE UTES OR BONBOl runmi itcc CHOCO. NS AND VIIVWMIM-aaas. .aa Hr easJaatta whb.a. an- aXlM si- n, U I, BJQX www tl BROADWAY Car. Fulton 8t 147 HiitoAV STREET B. t. Bsakxaan k Spruce Su. W. JZSth STREET M bt of 8th Av. Just of them did ma much good. Btfjta taking Toaa Vita I aat gwttias to foot like my old attf again. Ihavolwo Httta children, aad tba thing thoy 4s do Bto make me a aervooj s tbsnr dtd. Tsaa 'attor'astfea? UxaTaf rat mm laa sets 1 stbsr 4