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POUCE REPEL ?OH
IT PANKHURST TRIA
Hundreds Scramble for Places i
Courtroom When Suffragette
Boldly Faces Judge.
?NOT GUILTY," SHE PLEAD:
Objects to Reports of Speeche
as "Ignorant and Ungram
maticar*?Rubber Over
shoe Causes Laugh.
?
i - ?rmer attempts t
? ? women I ? Ing pre* nl .-it -nil
? i '.cirt wer
it the tri il of Itn
ursl on g ohnrcc 0
? ? ^ g Up of Wiltu
d ;.'?? d Georgi
on Fob
Sewg ? ?? Cheepeide, two q
? >'.i Balles
? ? i bow arid
ar lent support
When tl
wen' opened th? court aras filled Imm?
Th-- only men i
the pul - ' ? ? ? '
prevent
uj ? -? ?
court.
m ami?. Ipation ".r i
I out a la;-*.
which had its bands f,:il re
- tbouaands of women I g
... nly scorei
sceomr
Doc-s Blocked to HunHreds.
Is the courtroom was (lilted
-? ? g guard of pofjeem? n bl i
th- ' gainst ] ? . ..f w..m? i
? An nix
" ? ? - . ? their leadei
Mrc : rig pale and worn,
.....
- ?? ted by ;?n ? .
sral shrill ?beer- from the et
? ? ? troom. Bin t ? ?
'. triniiii?-i| with a ?
and a
?
g and pate]
? ..
? ? ? d irlng th?
-?
111 i rst, who 1
big with a. E.
M ....... Into t|,,.
?tice, Blr Mon?
sh took hli s* il on th? ' ?
? f ah? would luce
ild res," and
?: g ? hair, v ,l:,
- ? th?
. ? ? _ i ill ? ind eg ilmed
I *aill d? :? ad mv
?
-.? . ? pro? it i by
H. Bodkin, coaneel for the
: one of the ableel law
government serai ??-. Mr.
y Travers
Hnmphreya, had not proceeded far
I ape ch when lira
rst inter] ed:
Calls Reporta "Veey Ignorant."
? ? . counael Introducing
!i?s made by Jour?
t I ? t t?> police rej
Ikey an groa '? Inaci irate, very Igno?
ran* i gi mmatlcal and convey an
wroi ? -ion of whal I
otbed h< r bj prom
? :. i re as
ting tin-in.
.Mr follow? ?1
the.??. Dg the prellml?
ring In the police > o nt. He
?Id that It was not suggest? '..hat
Ht ; burst a ss present at the
tun* the bomb was placed in Mr. Lloyd
Qtorge*s bonne, i>ut that Ike '?'?
tion rh^rKeri that she aras IB I
Worr- the ffti-l.
Mr. Bodkin argu?-d that the rrldence
?"as clear that the outrage at Walton
H*ath \v.f loteaded as an a<-t. agalnat
Iks Chano r of the Bachequer. The
attorney r<a'i a i* tt?-r from lira Pank
hurst to the Women's Social :? r^*i i'<>
MHeal T'nion. whl? h, I ? saw rted ***ro*/ed
that **ghe aras th?- leader of Um amo
Usaal members of that organisation.
a*id that any woman who wantH to In?
gi ni militancy, which is a psetn
Snou? ezpresslosi fotr committing
frlm?v ?gjatnf-l goclety, has got to com
MKS. KM MA UM. PANKHURST.
Nie leader of the English militanl suffragettes, who acted as her
own counsel in her hearing in London.
mu?iente with h?
word ol mouth or letter."
A laugh waa caust d 01 er a ruht*
.: 1 filin s ..f M
Lloj d 1 k -.ris'. ? '
Mrs p ? . ml g| ?? .1 tha? M ? 1
a man'?, bul Po
disagi ? ?
1 ?-.'???'. ? \\
marri, d? Ilav? ev?rr >ok?fHl
your
TI - ipeotor replied 1 -
Panl till thin
?
Insp? Pudg
? ?
rn< 1 Mr
eft 1 I Ing a
?
grand t the O B ? Sei
.... iga In?
e Hocken, 1 I - fl rag ti
who ? as - omm I rial last wi > '
? rg ? ? ? ling 1
.
Lms Forcible Feeding
.
to-nli
'. -
I : decretal m
? nd not I en? ? forth b<
employed In th? of 1
fragists guilty of flfet
nol da ? n I the pu
;.-.-. ' ? . : ? the I
f? rcibly wh< re 1 re?? e of of
f? nder? Involt ? the f th
?
announcement mark? a eer*
? ? ble 1 dvan? a, ?nd Mi McK?
? ? ni. ?.t was received w Ith ? ?
gratil '? - ? ult, the bill t?
? . ? ? '? m g? - strikes, ' read to
& -. for a second t Ime, a on bj
wh"im'ng majority.
Mr McKenna said that the tenu- ?.f
t... lull, which provide for the tempo
? . rtaonera
- undeslral e on a
. ? ,,f their condition of health,
would 1 ma] ?'? ? r whl h would
make him verj relu tant te resort to
fordbh f.'diiig.
T!i?> Home Be? rotary explained I iai
under the existing tan only three
course? ?rere open to those responsibl?
for ?h-ing everything In their power to
keep the prisoners alive if prison?
?rent on a hunger atrlke they coold be
relesused or forcibly fod, < 1 faod 1 ould
b? placad in their celui an?i th" prtotnv
?llowed t.. ri e if thi 1 ?lid not
take it.
Al the present time, said the Home
gi retary, hi had no power to release
prisoners not sentenced bo penal .- 1
tude without remitting thefar sentences
altogether. If the n?'w measure were
passed h?- shooJd be ai-i-- p? release on
ticket 1 f leave prtaonera whooe health
was Suffering from want ..f food
?'harks a. McCurdy, s Liberal mem?
ber, opposed the bill. He said lepijln
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
Broadway Limited
-AND
24 Hour St. Louis
RESTORED TODAY
i- . i. , \r.nl Ird The Broadwai Limited to Chicago
neinnnine today, M,,n ?'"'? . , - . ? -.
*4the i4.HourSt Louis to St Louis will be restored t.. service.
Practically full tram ?enrice hw now been resumedi to ( hicago
*The ! ort Wayne Route, usmg Pennsylvania Linei all the way.
Practically all through trains to Indianapolis and SLUmi are
??presented v?a Pittsburgh, OrrviUe, ( olumbus and Bradford.
Th- i;ne between Columbus and Cincinnati and the line between
?ttennison and Columbus is sttU closed on account ol washouts.
Normal service is maintained between Pittsburgh and Wheeling
and between Indianapolis and Louisville.
Service to Youngatowii, Oh?, and Toledo has been resumed
and limited service is provided between ( olumbus and Dayton.
Fee complete information consult Ticket Agent,. I
Uon s ould be who unn?
rrunent a ? ? ?
m? ut i., t
' : gi
Mr Mi K- r.:: i remarked t
Ity was tin
suffrag? ??? propag ????,?.'
' ? - . en
publl
...
b) tmi.ii- ng 1
?
TIk H? - ? t ?
House and t
? . ?
f Sill ? ? ? . ?
'?-???
gainst
? ? i ..i -
?
Jam? ? ? . r
movftl
a
.
... ....
Loi ?:!?'' |*i
meat ?? g it it
-
? ? ?
?
? ? ? - n ? going oi
? ittikes dui
?
\ ts .. ml V? ?.'!.: r, ' n
for til
Id not pn '.? tit militai
Blr ' 111*04 !??!??
a i-!: .. '
glvct tfflclenl ?? ? '
? ? i ? against ? i
gett
Mr. Hard!?
was d? feat? 'i bj it? of ?'-??.?"i to 08,
and the second then
ri?-.|. the ? ote si .:>'? t.. i::
SUFFRAGISTS BLAMED
FOR FIRING CHURCH
Organist Enters English Edifice ?
to Find Cupboard Ablaze?
Miss Emerson'3 Friends
Persist.
London Iprll ! lltl.gb th? re Is
no ?llr?'? ? evidence sgain I them, the
suffragettes are general!) credited with |
attempt made *
Free < Siur h st Hampstead Heath to?
night Bli ? 'he in? in the public In?
stitute and In an uno? upled bouse In
the same neighborl.i o fev.
nimoti hav? b? en cm rent thai th
?? omen Intel .i?"' lo sei lire t., th?
. httreh, and sp? clal pre a itl
been taken agalnsl it
As the organist eras entering the
. bureta to-night h- found ? eupl.rd
abl?se. The flames s/ere quh Itl
tlngulshed.
American and Anglo-Ameri? an aromen
continue to Invade the American E?m
baasv '" rr^< a? lion for the releas?
Mies Kelle Kmerson fr..::i Hollowe* JelL
'i !.. ? Invariably accept the ?explanation
that ti"' embaasj has no poarer to
Interfere m ion* sa Mist Bmeraon iu
treated the ssme ai English prisoners.
Mm. Emereon la seeking ? personal In?
terriear arlth the Beans Beers tary,
Reginald McKenns
The National League, which opp
eroman's suffrage, has met aitb eon
derable succeei In Its campaign for
funds. The league ha i airead) re- |
, rived npward of $100,000, of a bleb
$15,000 has been subscribed hj the
Rothschilds Beveral subscription?
>.-,.<??? have been received, Including
one from W. W. .\~'!,r. Many small' r
amount! have been sobecrtbed b:
],. era, Unionists ;.n<i others.
-?
VASCO PA GAMA KIN FREED
Woman Descendant o? Explorer
Acquitted of Conspiracy.
Lisbon. April -' - Benortts (
Tellos <ia Oams s deao ndant ol I
...i rjaasa, ths Portai - ? ion ?ho !
discovered the nasas '? India around
tll . ?.,;.? Of OOOd I1'"' 4?J?t
t,.,i i--- a eouri to* Hal ot . onspti Ins
agalnsl th? Portui
The ease bas ?
throughout l*ortagal on ?. nt of th ?
eacertn i ? tks sec? lier srealtb
and youth and el bei ?'? eotl? n in r. liev
lag ths sugerlngi of "?' pi: oners
Imprisoned alnea the n rol iUoi
a pr'^-t and saethsc aroen?, i who erees
tru-.i at ths same ""' *a felloa ooae
?li*r;itorH were found gUtttJT.
THE COST OF IT
A GOOD title examination
costs no more than a poor
one at the outset and Infinitely
less afterward. The guaranteed
title costs less than cither one.
In our own Interest, our poll
cies are guarded by careful,
accurate, conscientious legal
work. In your interest, they a re
backed up by a guarantee fund
of more that! $16,000,000.
TiTlE GUARANTEE
AND TRUST C?
Capital . . $ 5,000,000
Surplus/all earned) 11,000,000
176 ara?ar. N. Y. t 7S itemstn St.. B'klyn.
.150 Fnrton St.. Jamaica.
LONDON CHEERS -TYPHOON'
Laurence Irving V/ins Fresh
Honors in New Play.
London, April ?". ?The Haymarket
T1 eati ?? n sounded with ch? era ast
i -" the fell of the curtain on "Th?
T phoon." Th.- piny ?,., nothing
? 1th t) phoons, ..til., witii whirl i
??! I .) ? B
! ? ? H ? ? ' . d ?
high ti ission "f ...
biy ' ling out i ret li form
n that 1
ure 'i..- when the ?t?. m will ?
With th? ' ?? Idi nt, f'.r th? r ? la
doubl thai th.it the author Is ? un
? ever In the "yello? pel
H ? panes? unfathom
wells of g - _ ??. | fa
?
hi o lat? r on,
Th? ' ... . ?
: ? ? ? . ., .11"
Il Hg
GREECE BURIES ITS KING
Holy Standard' Brought Forth
for Funeral March.
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I th? ? ?
: ? tl?>ns from 1
tin? 1 rial
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portrait
aril laur?rii ? ? -
?
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notables, ma itl
So
;
the ? d to
11 . Larissa rail '
? ? a led for to
the pi ' ???ft'.
.. i la? i. ? '? li p. oplf Mil '
? "i th- tun?
a gui erring? drawn
. ; : ? ? '.ft th? ? '??'" edral rttll th?
moment of burls' which was signalled I
hite of 161 guns
On t l reih tad station the
. ..n.n w.i ? f? ? i mourning
for . ? ? ? ? - ' ?? eld? where th?
I 'iri.-d In th? : ? ? ? e of mem
.mil) a!"tie.
GREEKS HERE PAY TRIBUTE
Impressive Services Held in
Honor of King George.
Irapt ? ? Iv? ? ? rl ? ? In bon.f ?
let? Kim .i g? i of Oi ? ? ? ?? a i a hi Id
? ? Greek < irtbodos ?'hui. h. iti Baal
...] street, ? esterda] ti ? Re? al? th i
dio? Kourkouiis, the rector, prtssldlng
Addre???? were mad? ???? ? '. Volal) i i. -?
Idenl of Um boaurd of governor? of the
Qreek Church, ?nd 0 n Mo? - forsnsf
lean Minister t.? Atrien?
Th? two entra?e?? to 'he church were
.i.nt.-d ?rtth tmcriean and Greek
nag?, and Inside th? 'hutch w?r? drap*
Of hla. k ImOUg those pr> ?
?? . . ? . . i| ill 4 leneral ?U ? ir.-.it Brit?
...,?? , w alter Bennett. of Not
of 1 ?enmara, t < ten. of
Frsnce, Etienne Lanel; of Austrta-Hun
gary? Atossnder vim Nuber; of >???
it ii T-.- .i- an of Qi ???. ". i: n Bo
ai..i tie German Vtc?e*Con?ul, Dr
K Zleglei .\ number of clergymen alae
? ? ? ?
iprll -' Ml nun i.il M rv |. ??.?.
ii, honor of King Goorgs i >~r Oreecel
. .. held al th.- Qreek I Church h?rr? to
da] Th? Ru?Isa Ambss?dor, '?entire I
Bskhmcteg ?ad wife, and th* Gre?efc|
? u siihthgton, Altsandsr Voo-|
Th?- ehur'h was Riled
with member? of th? Oraiek eol<Bnl?M i?f
ssd \y ' -'> ngton, n pr?snta?
oi Russian so? letlea and ItsJiaa
,,..?,1. nta of Baltimore
_-??
FR. NUSSBAUM MADE A BISHOP
Former West Hoboken Clergyman
Elevated to Diocese of Corpus Christi
i;,,.,,,. April i - ? >n the ?a ?pos ii of
Cardinal a? Lai. ss? rotary of the Con
Bistortal Congrsgall*1**! P*pe Plag has
at.ii.te.l the B?V IV Nu-shaiim. l\..
alonlsl ? oaaaltor at Baltlaaor? ?ad fbr
? ? , r|] of ?Yesl Hoboinsni tt. 1 ?? to be
I op Of the I ?l?cese of COTOUS <"hri.?:i.
?i-. fu\ .i T McVaiiy. forusorty >f
Almonte, Provlajos of Ontario, baa baou
nomlnatad Btshof of th- n**' Dloeean ad
? talgai : . ?'a no da.
MONTENEGRO INACEO
IN HOUR OF TRIUMPH
Captures Great Tarabosch Fort,
Key to Scutari. Only To Be
Threatened by Fowers.
BOMBS BRING VICTORY
Two Hundred Men Killed in a
Dash to Clear the Way, Fac?
ing Turkish Fire from
Mountainside.
London I luet i - Me teneg ? *
?' ? iccess by get?
ting ? foothold si Terabo* h, ths In |
to s. uteri ? ? ips ..ft!.
? gathering s inn? the ce I t< impel
? th? most precious ft
of l moni Hght ne.
After ? sei lea of desperate et ga -??
rn*-n!^ the Mont? nei
? ii- in commai
Sim iltai th?
srrii al i l sea u te the furl
Information thai Auatriai
? tit .'.i i and '
'? -i ? their w.t
? . ? ? ?
i ; inn which la n'.i.r.n ed by all |
ting Huaalfl
.... /
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; ** :
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1 ? I ? ? Mil
rithdrs
Servia was boui
Monten? pea
. ..-? i . .??
the deathl
?
.. ..?.-, par
I ' .
.
powi
Boundary Aq- ?e ment Rear H ed.
....
I
rids
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ft In |
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the Is " '
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turned
foil
?
Tl
i
ting n i ? .
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men 1
the t ithern l?lvl
? ? ich, to v I
. '
Adriancple Tactics FoMcved.
? ? ? ?
But in the
\ .i rt. ? rtai
entangrlei
i g the foi ?
and r rovlded with eld \t
oogh mountainside made
it i ??'? - ai ?" th? Montenegrins to dl
rlth all Impedimenta.
.; arrived In Mon
asters this morning They
? ai -1 out ten mtleo ?iff shore
:. intliarl end Duldgn?
St. Petersburg Kprf? The Et': n
. : l?t? ihown Itself cat able only
of following Au ?? .
?aid Dej its Bavenko, ? Nationalist, In I
Introducing in tin chamber of Deputies
t.. da* an Interpellation regarding lb
Uon of tin police in charging the crowds .
and uatqg tbeii whip? to aunprees the pro-1
Blav demon Iratlo ??? on Monde
I op llar demonstra! i wen held In honor j
,.i the i Ictoi lea gab ad bj Um anal? i
th? Balkan alli?e oi er the Turki
M Bavenko ^?ii?i that the Nations ?
d i ; ..t Mama an) Indh Idual minister foi
the brutal bm theds st*ap*ojed, bul t?
stii.ii,i. polttlcel peticj ?if the government
The Minister of the i terlor in replying
promised lo Investigate the aceusatioes
made agalnsl ths police, and, if sustained,
to pualsb severely ths lullt).
Vfter Mveral members had apsfcsa Ike
?ttfang was rlosed i artag Is the aproar.
Balgrade, Barris, April !.- Dr. Edward I
Aver) Weerton, ef Philadelphie, arrived
here to-de) srltb seven other t merle an
doctora tu aadertaki Red Cross work
AMERICA PRAISED BY HYDE
Natural Link Between England
and France, He Says.
Paris kprU I Jsmes Hasen Hyde Iset
arsd before the yYeoch Institut? to-day
on the role of ("ranee la the developn
?if the United Btat? t He add thai Oreal
Britain l**ance and the United States,
the three great liberal nation**, were the
advance guard of huiuanltv, and that
they were united far the betterment of
cli lllsatlon
Tin- great dlseovertes which bad r?volu?
ttonbred the modern world el earn, ?'???
ti .iv ?uni avlaUon--*?T'ers largelj due.
tin- speaker said, to fin' efforts of Un a
thre? ?oni.tn.??. Mi ;i\ i<- also declared
thai smsrli a, sslag ths BngUeta laaguage,
aras m" natuml u.'.k between England
and Pram ??
GRAVES TO LEAVE STOCKHOLM.'
Stockholm, April 2.?The American]
? m Sweden, Charles H, Orares,
i? pre*>aiiiii- t?i \r-.wr- BwsdSH at :ui aSTly
data, fir. i-xprit?? i?? be Informed an to
hie "SMCeasar n^xt week.
SUBWAYS CELEBRATED
BY ADMIRATION DIM
Brooklyn's Big Men Plentifi
with Praise to All Concerned
in Dual System.
MAYOR AFTER MERCHANT!
Says They Should Have With
drawn Advertising When
Ragbag" Newspapers At?
tacked City Officials.
?pr?sent?t!
with ., '. ?>. Mantt ittonitea thro? :
- i.t-t olghl at th? Brooklyn Acad
? ' of Music in ??? ?!? rat (Ml of th? sign
' I - . . I I I ?
ob? woi k brought ?bou
lion of 1 -m
Mayor Gaynor reo -.??>! gen roua pra?f.
from Fred? rl I Pratt < halrman of th?
"Brookl] n n tutif il" ommitt -, ? bo li
troducc I him, and I ludlenc?
showed
in turn mod l I .. ned all m .us?
from hin.self unto his a - !?? Um
Board of Est nd the mei
the Public Ser? i rila tasl
bad ?'? ?? ? mid to ? :.. t.
m? n ? : on ?? extena I th? old s in
? ? dual plan, m ? I ?
de| endenl . t t wo ?? ?
Th. flow of Ma iatlv?
r. mar: only In th?
Instance of I g ne? ipapers, ' hli
topic of bit? 11? n - rib? d th?
li lb ilat ? : i ? through th? s?]
and t.. .1 of ? ow finally th
oi been reached when th.. eon
-, r, pig
Merchants Could Stop It.
- ?
? ?
? ? ? 'on, h>
rrow to Ryan, it to B?
?
of I
rlthdrawn i
?
?
I 81 <?< -
?
the
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It
? v
-" Will?
u ? -i Servio
. - i- ?
'
E. 1 ward
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F. w
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I that he did
, . . .
Triborouoh Was a Menac?.
. . . -
"we
|| I w :f!:
.
lie outlll
pon assuming oil
rmsi ' told him
.
? to th? ? it ins
? leal irlth the ?HI
? .-i ? ' 'hing for o'ir V? ?
t ? ? turning
of the lit
"And thei we,. | lot of ?, ?
? communil i i a of ? horn
? ? uid a feu r if n ?
... . | ..... , Hf ft.,.
p an ta?
il ?: to kill th? I
t with its
..-A ii mon? ' - ' ? -i
? ?..
? . ? , ? ? ugl . ?
? n.
Friction Ever Pre;ent.
"Th? e nss :? - much I -.- me as
tlon to . ,t. h
? a world
-
Atassnd ? E Orr and th? members of
the old Rsi Id Transit Board wer prat-e.i
M,.- ..r, and ..?i wie. bad dona
n,.rk In eonnectton with subw?: ?
and n?-? Mr. shoots, be said, played !:??
.i larg? man. and ? olonel IVlll
i mis played a i.ir,-.- ; irt for th- welfare
of Brookl) n from start to finish.
Mr BhontS said that nis cm,'.in.' WOUld
. with ail dlllg n? ? to ? irr) out 11 -
. . i ? ". kl) it al il
pr, i endeavor to rende ? Ifs u ni pnblk
to Justtf) th? confidence Imposed
In it.
The ? " ? ?? fo th? con?
\i ? i??? compllm? m -i by i ??? >n?d
Willis
i i p. ah arlth the f< >llng i f on? wh"
? . : ' For two J
? a) in?,' ti,, se i enUem?
Put corporal?
? ?u personal vitality. The) have i.n
hard tsski isstei - The) woul i bsi i ???
actod the pound of Bean i I ? is no
Portis to stay them from tsking with it
the neasme of M.i."
SCORNS DRINK ALIBI
Judge Rosalsky No{ Impressed
by Mulraney Witnesses.
op? a :II--S n|n u
? - t. ?j -i iiraney btfore Ju<Ig? ?tomlsky
. -, i rs B< ? ..... in ('.?o
hearing whicl
m de.!.in.- .i naottan for a Bow trial,
u ere censured by the ju ??<.. at the and
of their testimony. Mulraney, who Is
known .i "Happy Jack." got a n rtev?
trout - teaee for the murder of I'at
ri.-i< IteBnsan sex ?ua? be ?aid ?? ara?
the viciim of "th?- (rrookar cod? "f ; otaos**
;., ,1 ^. -a |ng t.. produce c\ iden-e BOW
? ? ? | It
Ni -iieias Jeeobson ka : n a?? "/ i
R -e th? 'irst
?ritneascs called They s.,i,i they had
? i ;. n "i! ? ' " full of
drink to do murder ><n th? nlghl of Octo
bar ?'. wh. a MeBreen was shot. Though
both stock to th? mata sotad oi their
st>r>. the) n.uvri ?1 ?in details ami on tlttir
. ?s Por keeping Bilea ? Mrs akassa
Davidson c.rrohorate.l them
At the conclusion of .i?, obson'a testi?
mony .hake Roaadnky aoM to .le.-.-ph a.
- . ,..,.. .i for Muhnsaaq "Tou'll hav?
., |.r,... t-.i mar? easrvlndng t<Mtbnony
? ;?... thai gtve? by tins attnraa, Mr.
Bhay."
Mulraney was not brought down from
t! .. death BOUS?. The taking of Ma tes?
timony is at the discretion of J Rag? R*>
?alsky.
OLYMPIC, BERG PROOF, OFF
Rebuilt Liner Sails Amid Cheers
from Southampton.
? .f.'?- to til Tilaeae |
London, April 1?-The st^ami-hip
! Uympac, rebuilt st a cost of $1,250.000
aalled from Bouthampton to-day with
l.TUO peasengera, Expert snglaeera,
I ?fter -m examination, said that m ths
event of striking an Iceberg ?****-fta? tu
that uhi. h hi? lin- Titanti?. tit? butSff
shell would keep thi ship afloat unta
all were saved, it is bnpoestbls t<> de
atroy the Uasr i>:. an Iceberg rnHlstsn.
they said. An Increased number of
lifeboats ;irr can
The Quay was Utrar-ged with Bight?
?i--. Six t.owerfni tug.? t.??k tin
Olympic oui t?i Um accompaniment ??f .1
rdran Meat. All the crafl lolnod in the
enthustaatlc send-off. Chsera and th
srgTtng of huts snd hewdkerehlejg fron
rail snd ?-hur?- made a pteturasojua
?pacta? lo.
Among the J-"?1? Um lasa passeasj*srs
re Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lea, at i'.,
former Britiab militar: attacha st
Washington; Sir Alexander W. Law?
reni --. Col? ra 1 >: r Pen y Oirourd, C. M
i? -i sa Mr ind Mia. William <:??.. I
l.iii-w and daughters, \i,,.k,> Oppenheiia
and Mrs, Wllloughby Smith.
WANT WILSON RETAINED
Americans from Mexico City
Speak for Ambassador.
-?
Wasl li gton, April : Et -Bltlea
Hu?Ml ta ? ? .-???nti.in of
. r t.i
? - Il s del ration of
An? >?;? si ? from kf? alce t it:. ???
if the D? partmi at of - coaftarrsd
? ' ft ? ?? !"..-? ?i.n !:? -
itlons < 'ommltteo to-day.
Th? ? i ? ? f State Is malntah i |
crim silence regarding the tnovemeat
i-?il.it._' to tin? retention of ?? is ??lo
o/||aon, admitting only that ivA
? rs ?ho t.. Mess ne
de taken by fl ere-?
Bryan Is timt I ' ?.. *?-.
? m- nt until definite a< tloti bis ?
.- j , ^
;.-?:??. - ? ? 4
White House
Harold
ids ? -?'ine
the Mexican
-, ? '- I
In ;i larg? rranl
R irton Wilson, sn st ?
nting fina
V
? ?i of tbe i
?
... -, i
' '?' . -i ha?
? ? ! rnnienl
?at snd | whoet pon Ible
awrei In
. ght
|.r . my the entire
Rurales foi the State of I; sn re
.IT
. ;. ? - ....
nt of 1 ned seven
...
\ al : 111 ". T? v M ? tos at
?
Pool, tal - ? tried te
? y ? ? prisoner to
irn? -l tt ?? fire an?l
lied the pi he t le ?
?? ,
Orleans, /
*
atadero s
. trat - ? ? ' ' u*i
?
? the
r. i ? ' rasa.
OROZCO SEEKS REVENGE
Asks to Fight Zapata When
Named Governor by Huerta.
Mexico Cil tprtl ? lent ral v. scaal
! the Sea
lent H rta
?
i-. i ?
?
ivenge th?
.
? . k- i
tt
partit l| - ' <
I then to i "tal
?... -.;,. nt Huerl not yet d? elded
?
Coward
Shoe
Women with Weak Ankles
or Falling Arch
Should ?rear shots that gits Ara?
helpful support to the failing
muscles, and bold them in correct
position. Ths
COWARD JSsm SHOE
With Coward Extension Heel
obserres tits anatomical laws ai
foot-.-tructuro. and if readily ad?
justed to the heel and greh sises
lion required, trithoot restricting
ths action of lbs foot muscles.
Ths remedial character of tins
?hoe is DsTtfei in evidence. It may
be worn without embarrassment.
Coward Arch Support Shoe and
?owardExtenaionHcel.have bean
made by Jame.? S. Coward, in his
Cii(tom Dipt, for over *0 yeara.
SOt L NOWMfckt tLSifc
JANES S. COWARD
264-274 Greenwich St.. IS. 7.
OLA? WABB'. ? kTBUT)
Mail Oreara Pille* I Sm? Mr t-stsMgas

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