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1711 I A CTDII'CC IMTA YI TO i WlftCi. ? AAA D A IVTniTC A J i I HP UIJII WEATHER Fair To Night and Tuesday. Warm -if. WML IMA EDITION EDrov " ClrcitlntionBooks Open to All." . "Circulation Books Open to All." 1916. 14 PAGES PRICE ONE CENT, Cotrlht, 1010, br The I'rrs. Publishing Co, (Ilia New York World). NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 10, PKICE ONE CENT. SUH.UMm I hVVfVVU IhWW I mm WITHDRAWAL OF U. S. TROOPS agree gn plan to work oh subway HE! 21 ' "KB rnuivi mmj uar i ml - Denial, However, of State ment That "Dead Line" Was Set lor Pershing's Drive. ANOTHER VILLA DEFEAT. Bandit Said to Have Two Days' Lead Salazar May Stir Revolt. MEXICO CITY. April 10. The fol lowers of the bandit Francisco V:Mi have, suffered unuthcr defeat at the town o San Anlonlo Debabonnyy, In the SUto ot Chihuahua, according to advices received b the War lie part -ment of the de facte Jovornment. N'o detail, were glen out. nor was It tatcd whether American or Carrniii.i troop, lnfllotud tho dufcat. Et PASO, Texas, April 10 Hnnir lnu doggedly to Villa's trail, tho Unltod States cavalry wtia to-day in the desolate Sierras around Parral. XX least twenty-four hours" march ahead , Villa, with WO men and fre.b mounts, was reported at Magistral, a znlntng camp In Durnngo State. That Villa Is tleetng at tup speed to Join Urn Arrluta brothers, who hevo 3,"00 follower.' around Durang City, was tho Information sent t. the border by officers of the Ameri can limine Company at I'nrral. Villa passed l'urrul on Saturday. Magistral Is nearly aevonty-llvo miles by trails south. Tho Sierra do la I'aii dela rango there, about two miles above soa. lovol, will offer morn hard falpa to tho American pursuers than anything they bavo so far encoun tered. Thcro Is considerable mystery to day over tho reported crossing of the border by Gen. Vile Salazar, the for. tner lluerta general, who has hi"' ' .living luro and who la said to base gona Into Mexico with uvowedly hos tile Intentions toward the United 4IU11C3. n jJiuLaailluuuu oih'"1 "J Ualazar has been discovered In which fee calls on oil patilotlo Mexicans to join him In tho protection ot Mexican WO "DEAD LINE" SET FOR CHASE OF VILLA; "MORE WITHDRAWAL TALK WASH IN'JTON, Am II 10. tpcre- tary l,ansin' una rrtiary ii.mur both declined to conrnont to-day on border reports mat an uKreeni' ut ',o. twecn WasluiiKtuii and tli ranaiut Governnient liad lled a "dead llnu" beyond which the American troops would not go in tin lr pursuit of tho Villa bandits. In a U i.ikl tioiii Kl I'aso Andreas Garcia. Hi' M .tean I'misul theic, denka a ta! ment utiii!nii..l t linn (C'OM'iiiumI m.i Si'cond J 'age. I GOLD KEEPS WILSON AWAYjROjUUSINESS President Caiuvls I:ii;,i,remeiiK on Order ot His Doctor l-xpcvb to Meet Cabinet lo-.Woriow. WASIlINtlTtiN, April 10.- Treat dent Wilson cancelled a number of eiigaB"infiits lo-diy because of the cold hi caught while down th l'u. tomae HIv. r mi the Mayflower las'. 1..1. In., nir.l.t I I "IB j 11 IK The I'ti .-i li ut iciimlned lndoirsnll day yc-.rda in the hope that ho could Ke, i i tigagnmnnts to-day, but this morning Ur Lit. i sun ordered Un l.A .i.r.i. r..n. Iilu ..lllnr. tlltlb 113 tl.llll U1HIJ ,,(, itliv.-. He expected lo bo well enough to hnlri 1hn f'ntilnnt mfpffnp tn.mnrrnv. N BATTLE OF FIFTY DAYS A ana, devi ty sheriff WHO DIVED INTO RIVER TO RRSCIE MADMAN. Jersey Under-sheriff Drags Man Who Tries to Die From Water. 'Swdi! tn Tie Rtrolnt World.) HAi'KKNHACK, N. J., April 10. Miss Constance Kopp, girl dntectlvo and I'nder Sheriff, Is recovering from a t-everc shock suffered early to-day when she Jumped Into tho Icy IUck entaek Itlver nnd rescued a lunatic who .-u-itggled frantically to drown hlmsi If Mi.s Kupp i-atned lur position ai fujer Sbeiirt by her daring and shrew dm s-t .is a detective. She was hclplna Sheriff l'.obert N. Heath late last night to talte Tony llajnncka of Wellington. sho was yesteulay de clnii d iiixum. to the aslum at Morns I'lani.- Mrs. Heath accompanied her li u -t. . ikI. anil ho wni further uldeil by I , i u i Nicliiilas I num. .Near the llaekcnsnck .Inll, lljuarka iiiiii,.'d on! of t ie automobile and si hiimI on a run for tho rlvi r. The tti.i'l" party wont uftiv him, hat Miss N'ipp uulcM outstripped tin rest, Tim lunatic cllcd and plunged into th" river. Miss Kopp, staying only long enough to throw otf her coat and tear off her skirts, dived after lllm Sin come tii behind I lajn.ieka, a lew lent awny, and caught hlin by the back of the , nihil , The maniac t rilggli'd and fought to gel his In'id under af r, now and then dragging Miss Knpp down with 111 in : l'ii M,n' never let go iv h bv inch, 'din loiight hei way tu the sliore, dragging the lunatic alter her. Sli, ' lii'. li ilh and Uunn helped Miis Knpp haul the man fiom the water. pulinotor i.i- hm ! tur a loni; time by Dr. I'icici'tlcr te fore h" tiliuncd hlutis of life, MIh l,,pp faint' d as soon us phe b.iw her prmourr was safe. Uiter Mhi wda put to bed under tho cam of a trained nurse. V CONSTANCE -w SfDEPurvWs I INTO RIVER TO RESCUE DROWNING MADMAN; IIX I Kf hliKMAlX A Rill K .e-JMativc Leaders P.tvnr Plac iii; Construction Under Con trol of Mayor's Hoard. MEETS HOME RULE IDEA. ("lash Over Funds Necessary to Complete the Thompson Committee Investigation. Special From a Staff Correspondent of The Eveninn World. AMtANY. April 10. Public service .pis ition nnd tnvritlcitton will be r ifauii'Uir fiuestions In Senate and Assr'i.bly this week. Senator (leotge Thompion conferred with tlcniiblloan S"n. te l,,.uier Hronn to-day and ngreed nn the proposition to talte .tvu subway construction from the l'uhl Service fomnilsbloli oml placed utxlee n special boatt! appointed by ttie M.ior. Ilrown suggested an amendment wli eh Thompson acrepted that al though the legislature might p.uss a separation bill. It should not becomn operative unless otd by the city Hoard of Kstiniato. This would pass finally decision to the city Oovernment nnd comply with home rule Ideas. Whetlnr the Tlinuipsnn Investigat ing Cnmmltlei' will continue its ses sinus ilepends upon the ltglslntilro dtipr ipfi.itlng more money. Speaker Sweet e the Assembly Is decidedly hostile. ll required Thompson to submit a statement of eommitteo ex penditures and obligations, which shows that JIO.OOO more are needed to pay up to date. The debts are principally lawyer feed. None of th committee's num erous counsel has bad remuneration ct, nor lias any of them put In n hill. Nn denude agreements were madn by the ih.rrman regarding pay ' ciuin cl. ami 'lie amounts put dov n In the I f port at '' estiiuatr.". Tin1 l.egls lani'f i- willing to pa -ill bills already incurred, but there is doubt alviut further appropriation. Sen ator Thompson snld to-day: "The legislature won't 'top the In vestlgatlon, but thero are a lot of fellows who want to know who Is going to get hurt next. I'll got the appropriation, all right. Hasn't the Legislature already extended the life of tho committee to June lly those terms they aie ohllgated to give me 'the money to continue SPEAKER IS SATISFIED ,WITH SALE TO CLEVELAND i lied Sn Mar Gutlielder Will i Leave Boston To-Night I to Take New Job. ! HUSTON", Mass., April 10.-Satisfied with the sale as u result of which he ' noes to the Cleveland Indians, Tns i Speaker, the 50,0UO outfielder, will ' leave Hoton to-night at 11.15 to Join i the flcveliind team, Speaker announced that he would stirt for Cleveland tn-nlghl. follow Ing a conference with Owner I,.innm of the HJd Sox early this afternoon. The confluence lasted a half hour. Tri would only say that the sale was satisfactory to him. I'lesldent ljinnln denied that Speak ei had demanded or hud been prom-isc-d anv part of the puixihaso money, lie said Trls iww conunccd the terms under which he v mild Join Cleveland w mild be satisfactory. tli'lirl Trlnl on Mn in. WA I" l 1 .1 1 A N, Ills, April 10. Judge Charles Monnellv this tifternoon ou .inti'd the case of William II. UrpM, Uilconsin I nlverslly student 'hnrgfl nHli the rnuriler of Marian La&beri, until May li. I WhlllfinilW nSVW I Sonic Union W orkers I lave Re turned to Jobs With Strike 'breakers, Say Contractors. EMPLOYERS CONFIDENT. Members of the Allied Trades .Way Refuse to Work With Strikebreakers. Though special details of pohct wcro posted to-duy at the shafts of the dual subwny to prevent disorder when tho contractors attempted t resume work with new men nnd r turning strikers to-day. there w.re no reports of trouble For the llrs! tlmo in two weeks, tho contrac'ots made a real cITort to resumo work. About two thousand "sand hogs" and shorers went down Into the wot kings, out of tbo full quota of ten thous.ip.il required. J At thd head of the Old Slip shaft of the Hast ltlvrr tunnel there were ono hundred men waiting for work for which 500 are required. Major O'Hourko of tho Fllmt-O'Iiourkc Company, tho lost of whoso tunnel workers quit Saturday, said ho was having groat dltllciilty In finding strikebreakers. "We would not hesitate to till th- , places of the strikers," he said, "could wo tlnd tho men. Hut thcro seem to be no 1dlo men available here We will have to get them from outsnb tire city." Secretary Crane of the Contrac- tors' Association, who went up-Suite' last week to arrange for recruiting i laborers, mado tho prediction to-day I that within two days the places of all tho strikers would be filled. Henry Kuhlmnn, general secretary of tho Concrete nnd Foutnlati"ti Workers' I'nlon, said tu-daj tii.it union pickets had lejiortcd to him tVi. among the men who went ilmui inin the Old Sllji shaft this morning wip llfteen mm union "sand ling " t "As result of this," hu said, !l members ot tho nllied trades who work for tho Flinn-O'Hourko Com pany will bo called out to-night " Hugh Franey of tho American Federation of Labor has forwarded to President Samuel Oompern the pro test of Major O'Hourko that the union Iihh violated Its contract with hint. According to the olflcers of tho union tho contract was broken by tho contractors when they required their men to work more than six hours ut a shift under nn air pressure of twenty-two pounds. Frank X. Sullivan, counsel for the strikers, snld the claim of the con tractors that mon were returning to work In considerable numbers was "pure bunk." On the other hand the Public Servlco Commission reported that tlm Fllnn-O'Hourke Company had forty morn men than on Saturd.ix or 13," out of a staff of 2JI, nnd that other contrai tors wcro making s'unl.n gains. GAINS bTTtALIANS ADMITTED IN VIENNA Obtain a r'ootVhId in tlv utrian Trendies in T male Pass Zone. VIKN'NA, April 10.- Italian ttonp gained a foothold In Austrian trenches in the Tonalo Pass zone, south of Spnrone, tlm War Offlcu ad mitted tO. (III). "Around Ooriin. ' added the ol llcl.il statement, "enemy artillery hell tow Hi held, hi our t rout under fin In th" Siigana Valley Italian artdlM i set i 'a Ida fioi ' utile. Un tie- iai "f th" fiont nrtlller engagement,! in curred "An Itslian aeroplane was desliove I bv Auiitrlan artllltrj near l.ucinico. Knemy flyers bombarded Klva," i WAITK AS 111! LOOKUP LEAVISC m:u.m 1 1; OA 1US IV',) TO CO! IIT. ISThuF, Vs. .-, I-IN At t-i m FIVE BRITISH SHIPS SENT TOJHE BOTTOM Lloyds Announces Marine Disasters But Reports There Was No Lobs ot Lite. LONDON", April 10 - Tin. sinking of five mote llrltlsh steamships was re ported to-duy. All ivcro unarmed. Lloyds announced tin smiling ot th Sllksworth Hull and t " Olunalmo id The captain ami ililrt men from thi Sllksworth Hull h.ivo been laudeil. Three men arc mlSHing. Tho crew ' " " : of the Olenulmond was saved. Lloyds I also i. potts the sinking of the tt'ifrn i and til Astern City. A Heuti r dusputnh from Malta tells of the sinking ot the Yntine. formerly thi. KcHtallu. which waa sent down without wanting. The crow tvas tea cued. A Llo-.il despatch fiom ' 'ar'tirr. , SV.iles, sas the llntish ste.iiiishlp, Libra, litis laiiueii inn captain uii'l cm v. of "'" .Norweglun st a. mi' SjoIvhI. '.'''7 innn, which was sunk without warning by a toipedo from a 'Icrmuii MUtmitirinu at u point twenty, live mil's north of tlm Island of Oiu ssant, off I he French const, northwest of Ure.it. TIP Sllksworth Hall was of I 777 Ions gross; th". Uli'iialmond ot tons: Hi" Y'UiM", l.ua.i tons, and I tic y.utr.i. 3,3,1 tons. llMs.llllls Hell) sjtil.lnu lit I rilllM. port, I'l.TltO'lIt D. Apnl I" nuKUh ut fil ial t it' un ut. ii 1 1 j r 1 1 1 , - ih . Hihlim of two l(ii--i in ti nisi"i I in lb" Itl.n U .Sin. air fiiln I' .-itliin.-. tin Mini-Iiy of ,1 irlne aiiiii"ii""d in l I'h" lliuslau (t ;troyi i .-Imii;! iiuaiiiMl ,n , n"ii ui, III if III,' 1" .,1 I ll' ' I'nl .vl Hie hi"- t'llul hlp I'viu'ul jj -nn by it lei-pido. ME IN KISS WMFBWFMK to murder charge ATTACKS ON 13-ILE FRONT conies.seit Maei ol Hiuie 'arents Takes Keen interest in Ciottrt Proceedings. IIAGCARD FROM DRUCuS. Detectives Help Dentist Put on Clothing in Room in Hellevue Hospital. Dr. Arthur Wnrren W.ilte, con fessiil poisoner of his father-in-lavi, John U. Peck of Oiand Itaplds, Mich., and Id-! mother-in-law, was taken from liellevue llosplt.il to Police Hcadqilarteis at 10 o'clock to-day, ; photographed, linger printed and measured for the llerllllon records y hikI then nrrulgucd before Judge Crain In tin Court or Ueneral Ses jlons tu plead to ,m ludlotmeut ac cusing hlin of murder In the first de gree. Wnlte showed tho effects of the large nuantltl"s of narcotic poisons ho took In the hope of ending his life on March " A",ri'u .d air It 1 22. While he affected a dazed was noticeable that his eves, which have large, prominent pupils. dart"d here and there, taking In every lietnll if his surroundings nnd thul h" patd close attention to exervthlng that was1 ' .t tin i uiici i-ii.ii ot me court pro- ' i"1-" Wuit.i wa-i taken to tin I Tombs and placed In the ejto of tin prison physician. When Detectives Gallagher and Cunnlffo wont to the Hospital after nZ.iL ""n2 "J sick and asked fur assistance in jmt- I ting on his clothes. In walking from ' the alcoholic; ward, where ho has liein quartern!, In .'III nut 'mulille which was uuppllod by h,s brother, Ft auk, ho w a , sttppnrLril on ou-.i side by tho ilnti elites. 1 1 wa- pale and apiiareiilly in a half-dazo I con ditinti. As he signed a re elpt for his belongings in tho oirico ha said, looking around the room: "Why, this looks like a hospital." Walto's counxcl said this afternoon that the defense will be Insanity. Whether the court will bo asked tj appoint a commlonlon to determine VValtc's mental condition before he In called to trial Is undecided, Wnlle's cull In tho Tombs is flanked n ono sldo by tlm t of (iiuseppu All chlello, awaiting sentence for tho murder of llaitut llifl, and on tin ot'ier by Iteg'ii.ild the l'u it", other. wise known an Ktnest Sililll' i. District - Attoi in y Suiinn. -""' disposed to glv tbo poisoner nnd his . i .,..u ., , ' ' . , uro p' t'-' "'" '- " "'Ihere, his determination to bung Watte without unnecessary delay. ' H i planned to transfer th cat.. from tlie Court of (leneral Sessions to the Criminal llranch of tin Su- ! memo Court on Alilll '.'1 and to call Wnit t tnni, probably befme ,luS. i ,!(,,. Hli' .un on the first Monday in May. Tlm poisoner lias notified Ward''i llauley that he will not receivu i.si tots or notes and will see no one but his brother Frank and his counsel. The fact that Walto was to hav the bosoital this morning had It-"!! widely ad; ertloed and a curious throng! of six hundred or mon pe.sons guth-1 : z " : .r: "! ttoa ,,..,.,,.,v.. ..... ,,..,.. .,,. ..... tor off duty burned to the nbolioll ward an I groiiied about Hm door The windows In tin hospital and all tin bal' onus iveic utllUod Iiy pate nts md nut -i as vautngo palnti from which to see the polnoner'.i departuie Tho detectives noted that Wait... ... (Continued on Hcon4 Page.) RENCH VERDUN GREAT FORCE OF , n m n ut noic at cnDTDccc lilliiUMI UHIVL HI IU !lL0iJ Berlin Reports Two Other Positions and 714 Prisoners Taken Yester day in Addition to Bethincourt Thirty Villages Captured So Far. FURIOUS BATTJLE RAGES AROUND DEAD MAN'S HILL lUNDuN, piti iu. It t estimated thai the ln-'-c on lioth sides in the battle at erdiin are non well above joo.ikk) lar more than were enjjaged on Ikilh sides in the battle ot Waterloo. On .in.jilikOrJiont the (lemians arc throwin,' inoretlun 150,000 men into action, pounding simultaneously against the northwestern and northeastern gates to the French fortress. Since the (ieim.ius launched the campaign ag.iinM erdun with. an artillery attack on the nijjht ..f l-eb. .. .... lines on noin iunk ut the Meuse, capturing: about lnj square miles of territory and nearly thirty l-Vencli villages. Despite these successes, the most terrilic artillen balterin' the world has eer known has won tor the , ......... , ..... ( .row I 'n i' fin v ntti id the or N . .,' . I'AUIS, April to. I he ( lermaiis continued their attacks last night in Hie Wrduii region east and west ot the Metise. over a trout thirteen miles lung 1 1 om Hill Nn. .Jol to -'urt Uutiauinoiit. The War Otlice .iiiiiouiiceiiient of this afternoon says that in the lighting west of the liver lor possession ol Dead Man's ilill the Cermaiia were renulscd excent on a front of Sou vards near Hill Nn. 'OS. t-ist of the river the rarmaa ...Its Rained (Tlieso night attacks followed tin great battle yesterday north west of tlm Fortrrts of Verdun in which Hie Ofrinutis tited Ml.tiOij in making assunlls on threo French positions. Tho net result was the retirement of Ihe French frum their position at lletllhieoitrt, Ahich they had held during weeks ot fighting. The attack' were .i.ihl to luiu been tin modi ileicrinlned of any slucn tho tialtlo fur Verdun began llfly dujs :igo. The I'roncli clalinud to luno btopped all attacks folluwing ttio retirement from Hcthin court. Tho (lertnan account of the movement In tho Uethlncourt salient, as given In the oltlclnl stutoment to-day from Oerlln, says nethlncourt and two fortified points to tho southwest woro Isolated, and that tho French wero cut off, losing "H prisoners, two guns, fifteen machine guns and a cunsldorablo number of killed or wounded. The War Office to-day claims that all attacks were repulsed last night except one on the slope of Dead Man's Hill. Following Is the text of to (lav's r- ' 1 port from the War Otlice: . lvom, of ,,ontnn, s, SJ , h "To the west of the Hiver Mouse ' , uf llacIlrulmlIo. Wo hale made p. , ulnar. J ill' inn iimiu'i," "'"'u i-i-rilnrif I v last UlgM li was 1'ariicomriy o- r 1 against lldl No. m The at- tnuii dellveiid by the oneiny )etnr- . r .. i , . , II,. . . 1, , , , . ,i,i , (Dead .Man's lldl) am . . . j generally sp-nklng rej-ulsml with 111- l-ortant losses to our ;V,VL'rsalie"' made It pooslble for the Germans to p"tiolrate our .invalid"! trencn at U'U N" J'11'1 'M along a Irmit of ubout Wo tu"k ab'iut tt)0 prls. ol"rM To the in -l "T 'in Meiise was very j sp,r,ted lighting las, night In tl.o UtUo GERMAN LOSSES TOTAL 2,730,91 Y.SAY BRITISH1 ( J I llCSC, t)KI.'M7 Have Het'll t 11 c A' Mvr l.sli- .natc i-r..m omcui a. LONDON, pril la Oil in in lossos to date, total J.T3".'tlT, London ncws-i papets llgore b mbliug the tiirui.in ottn lal iu.-lty b."ts. t ui- in the t'ighting near Uethlncourt Of theae fill, -la.' luito in en lulled the town and two fortifieil points of tint furl to the southwest woie lsolat. u.i'lt. Milni". V:! ,',u'' .1. .t.m. i J The French woro cut off. losing .h'i, ims t r ii wuri i tftt;i li'iii'i. .i'i;K "I I prisoners, two guns and fifteen ftA'U KiiIliAf iwf.iAdH.'liuuchln. jpn,.. Thu los.c. ot th.. GERMANS 21 thev have rolled up the French " . ;nrinim, n thi v ,if Wrdiin no appreciable rest.lts. iroi(e.sa in the lh " 1 ' ." ' " " BU"'" .,. .., ' .. . " '"'n '""ubanbnent of the villages In tilt? foothills of the Meuso heights, u h of April lii tin. region of Vorclun wa. llmrkei, ,,y ,h( (lrsl , off , movement In which the forces of the j enemy atlai l.e.l onr n front of more 1 than twenty kilometre (thirteen miles). Our adversaries, who have , nr,t alt in v.til miv t.n.,,1, u. . ' eMeiil of which are evidenced by th ! bodies piled up in front of our lines. Then has been no m , urrftico of lm- ;;::,:r on the rtiujjiider of the TWO OTHER POSITIONS I1ESIDES It ET II IN COURT TAKEN. RERUN REPORT. UU'LIN. April in (ua Loudon) h' W.u offuo announced to-dav us v: I in 3 i m .. 1 1 V