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.?11? ritH-ii h- bei ?tudies In th.- futur? Her trip. In tact, will be regard? her tatuar m the light of a schoolgirl'! <s. spade? Only Thought of Girl's Good. \ person authorised t<> speak for Mr , ? gatd to-night: Mr. Borden's daughter has been n - Storni to bun to-(la\ by th.- ill SdvlSOd ,md foolish persons who assisted bei to evade hi- authority. The ?-ase la ,-itn .! that "t an undisciplined girl who r.-umi the study end discipline her father hnd laid out for her distastefi i. ,ni.i what has been made so notorious! i- sctuallj nothing more than g reck? less escapade ??? some schoolgirls Air. Borden'? only thought has been the I of bis daughter, who is at heart od girl end g sweet girl, who now fully recognlseg the deplorable com qu? i;?. i of her foolish conduct and who la bappj i" be back with her father. \ii Borden greatly deplores the pub holly in the matter, which apparently ?'!!.- inevitable through the unfortu Ircumstances of the girl's rash departure from the reel cure In New .?i . \ "Mr. Borden nop?'.- and believes that the matter may now be treated as g pure!) private affair, which it is. so that he ami his family may be relieved from further notorletj .?nee before Miss Horden broke awuy from the parental moorings, and it was foi thai reason that her father decided to plan her in the rest < lire In Ne? I? i ? | when she was located In Wush? Ingrton tan days ago a\t that time She visited in?mis in the South, being ab? sent trom home without the permission i<f Mr. Horden She hai g Wide acquaintance among girls of her own age, and, acoordlng to those in s posi? tion m know, thought that she should have more opportunities to meet her youtlg friends, naoug Whom wer? Gladys and Viole? BeMon, nieces ,f Mrs \V. J. Whit?-, of Neu York. Previous to the su? oossful outcome <tf the sear? ii. Mr. Kyle, who accom? panied Mr. Borden t" Boston, had de? clared: "Mr. Borden will prosecute Mrs, Whit?- and lier friend, Mra Hacke, If it is possible." Raymond J. Burns secretan of the Burns L>< teetlve Agency, and Charles ii. Smith, genera] manager <>f the local offices of the agency, were in charge of the case here, Th?' clew which brought Mr. Borden, Mr Kyle ami Mr. Clarke Mr. Horden ? lawyer, to Boeton was picked up last night it ems to the effect that, follow? ing Uh- location of two women who itered In New Haven, at the Hotel Taft, as .Mrs. William i. White, Mrs. Th.i..it- a Backe and maid, and who insaered lo ription of the - girl's com] ;.nions, the p i rlv ? .1 train t.. Boaton ?NOT A NERVOUS WRECK" i Eorden's Lawyer Says Girl Is in . Good Condition. 1 ; til Borden, who found id? missing ' Ftsmona in Boston [? !:.??? Into tie- country near that reel snd not return to New time, ?!? '?i ding to Oren- , < lark. Mr 1'. lUltsel, who to this tit? last night. Mr. ? ? girl's tatla-r tO ? sterna) morning on 111 * j ? roved sue? He said tl snd daugh? ? I . fter the try* ? ? gel ? follow llsappesrsnce from l>r. Adi , ..i mi .it Pompton Laken, n. J. M i '...' ;. d? :.i the repoi I thai the ? ? vous a rech w i:?-n found. He said si red to be In fairly good i ? ?- ; i n i.. pbyelcallj and mentally, ah Idea of prosecuting the women who g ? ?; the girl In her lllghi bed k es glV? g up. he Said "i was srlth Mi Borden when he met daughter this afternoon," mid Mr. ? \:x'.k. ?hut I do not know just where ehe was found In Bosti : I understand that Mrs. William .1. White S?d her two nieces, CHndys and Violet s.i?i..n. were with Mips Bordes When ??he was found. \:i-s Borden appeared to be in good th and spirits when i saw her. Mm showed no s?khs <.f g physleai or manta! breakdown. It was thought best, how? ever? to take her Into the country n?:." Boston for a rest until the notoriety In this affair has Mown over I think it wag merely a case of travel with the Borden uirl. She was dtOCOUteSatOd with the reutlM of a sanatorium and wanted to travel with her two school irlenda, th. Seldori girls, an?l Mr?-. White for a good time. She bad travelled artth them u%. lore "All idea of prosecuting anj ?if Mlm Border's companions In her Sight ha* been given up Her father also hat? dis -. d tiie Ides of sending bei te g eee> \i?nt in Canada. Their future plaag ar unaottlod. it in likely they will remain In the OOUUtTy, n?'ai Hoston. for some time." Mi i'?ark sani he did ?"i understand that Mrs. T. a. Baske, ot No. Ml St. Marks avenue, itrooklyn. who was ggJd ?o have beef ??th Mm. White and the Borden K?rl. wan with them when the latter was foiimti, It was said at the Mack? home, in Brooklyn, yesterdaj that Mr. Hacke and bis wife were still in At? lantic City at tim Marlborough?Blenhelm. Inquine?? al thag hotel, the BhelbUTD? ana other hotels at the shore resort failed to And the Hacke?;. < >n> report yesterday bad It that Mr. Ha k? was at his factory Danbury, Conn A search for Mr. Backe In that city yesterday wag uaavaB lag LINER TO NAPLES CROWDED Southern Commercial Congress Helps Pack Saxonia. - The C inard liner Saxonia, hooke?! to tfstUtdty In her saloon and SSCOad cabin neeonusedatisna nailed yeetetUay for ???spies. Among the travellers were ..n< hundred and fifty members of the South ???n ?'omme'cial Congress arul ih?-l>- faml a who ore ?tu a niaety-dag trip through 0:e Important agricultural disiriiis ,,i ?u rope. I The congress wi;i entr i Europe through U.'lv and travel north and West through ? -tria. Switzerland, ??erniany. France 4ini Spam, and will study the i irai eredlt n aj'K'.oi with a view to bringing .;i?out s si-ni ar system In this country ? The Saxoniu also took awav fortv-slx goman Catholics ?m a pilgrimage io Rome ?ni lyiurdes. after which thej will make g trir, through the principal European oountries, returning in July from Livcr Unol. Th? i..irt\ was under Ihe ?iireetion i*f the Kight Rev. John Crimes, liishon of B ITEFFANSON HERE BEFORE TRIP. ?viibjahuar Mofeasen, the guplsrer, ,n r-Hwl fnitii Kurope on the gtsaSBgf .New fork lust night He will spend throe WOekS hi thla country before Mtarlltig on his four-year expedition Into Arctic re elon* In ??earrh of a new continent. IS. WHi?E'S PAR? I BORDEN CASE DEFENI ? Her Counsel, William B. EIN Issues Statement Explaii ?ng Chaperonage. 'HAS BEEN MOTHER TO G ?Separation of the Gail Bore Threw Their Daughter Mu with Mrs. White, and Friendship Grew. William It. Kllison, former Torpor; Counsel, gire <>ut tha followlni statsi In his home at No. IM West Bud sa lael night, as the result of telephone ? munloatlons he had received on Pi and yeaterday from Mrs. Helen Sh? White from Boston relative t?> her leresl in the OSSS Of Miss llamona den, daughter ol fJall Bordeas, who appeared from a sanatorium in Pomr N. J.: "I have knnvn Mis. Hel.-n She White, wife of Willi.-un I. White, many years, and i kii??u- her t?? be a i estimable woman. Sh?- lias no ehildrc her own and has grown very fond of ; Ramona Horden, with whom aha has i Intimai ?ly acquainted atnoa the lat? early girlhood. Her affecUoo is. i I?? II reciprocated. The diTorce between ami lira. Borden baa i?-ft the < hild \ much In tha companj of Mrs. Whit? recent years. The families had 1>??? ti ? hienda f??r ? long while. ? 'Teat? i?i,?> Mrs, White telephoned at in;, oflfoe, N". K"> Hroa?iway. from 1 ton. and explained tha illeaininsraiin Mlaa Borden, denying that aba had : nappH the girl; that Miss Bordan pleaded with her to tak<- tier from sanatorium; that aha was being in manly treated, and that sh?- iMi.-. Wh was unable t<> resist th?' gtrfa appeal*? Saw Much of Each Other 'Mrs. White ateted thai In .1.?unary 1 aha ?as temporatil) 1 ashling Is t;"--' where she has man] frlauda D month Mr. BOfden tOOh his dSUght? r Boaton t?? tialt Mrs White, Mat?-? In sun. month Mrs. White went to WnsM ton, and there again Mr, Borden tooh daughter. Late In Januar;, tha Bord? 1 believe, wenl South, to the east co of Florida, while Mrs. WMta snd - of her parir went t" 1 lie- w ' coast, in th.- hitter part of February - Bordm sent hla daughter to Mia Wi for a % is-,r ?,f about a month AfPiw, th? '- all WCnl t" .'a? ksorivill?'. "Misa Borden came north with M W hit?- t?> Savannah, where Mis. Wh ? ?^ t..k.-ii with piKini- nta and was ill : some weeka In th?- latter part <?f MSI :ii.-s Borden returned t<> Florida, ami m beard nothing not*? of ber until - suddenly reappeared In savannah in t early part ??f April and eat- that ah? ?i run avv.-iv. 'Mira Whtta Immediately telegraphed ' Mr. Horden that hla daughter wan W\ : ?-i ,,i.,i uked for biMruetJoaa Bhor aftenamrd Mis White arent on t?> Wai Ington, bringing Misa Bordea wltb t party. "T ii>-\ remained at Waahlngton un \? | is, arhen a representative loi 'I? n came f.ir his teUghtOI T U'ir! was unwilling to gO, hut Mrs. W'hl .olvlsed her to do so. anil she was linal . so i-, do. I .-?lleve a v?-ry u pleaaanl scan.rred, hi which Mi ? i pressed bei desire to i etna with Ml-, White The next day Mi White came ?>n t<> Atlantic City, snd whl there received a letter from Miss Bordi iK-Ki?in^ ber to coma t?> the latter at t. asylum or sanatorium at PomptOO LS-M N. .i., v? i?. !? Misa Bord? n bad bs< plai ed. M' -. White ?ii?i sa "Mrs White aaya that th.- girl beggi and pleaded with her t" i?- allowed t?? l it-.me with her, and Mrs. White 1ih?1 n? th?- heart to refuse, the further stat< ttat the child grasped h portion of ti automobile and could n??t be forced t<? k i.'?-, proteetlng all th?- while sgalnst h. treatment at Pojnpton Luk. and erfig t. i?- t.ik? i, awaj. Mrs. White Telegraphed Mother. 'Mr- V\ hite th.-n aUOWed th? girl t?i a. ? (?mpany bei i?. BestOBi immedlatelj however, telegrsphlng the mother, on th i'ariflc Coast, l<> ? ?.me at once. I h?lieV th?- mother la expected here on Tuesdaj Mrs White and the girl motored to Net 'heno- to XeW Ma veil, While the ???<! in a hotel, Using th? ?r prop" narnes. and from there went t<> ?Boston. MlS White further Inform-- me tha while th.-y were in Boston they read i th,- newspapsrs upon? of Mr. Borden threats to place hin dauKht'-r In nom?- MB vent In Canada. I pon reading thl* th Kirl became territicd. and shortly after ward disappeared -where? Mm White ?i?1 n??t herself know. Sin?-.- then Mrs. Whit tiai not ease or heard of Miss ?Borden, an? is non v.-ry anxious for her safety. "All that Mrs Whit- haa done has beet purely out of affeetion for Mlrs Mordet ami with tha conviction that the latt.-i was i.riiiK cruelly treat?-?! Sh?? hag acte? solely out of s.v mpatliy for the child an? bses -?? Misa Borden baa begged and im ?stored t?? i??- permitted to remain wttl her. '.Mrs Whit?> is of a ?nod and chaiitaM? ?haraeter an?l ?levoiitly religious. Mi Horden can hardly ? ????t?inplate an] pro ceedlnKB analnst Mrs. Whtta, bscaasl sh. has not ?lone anything tor which ehe i> liable. All of these faeta may be pre? sented to Mr. ?Borden, and I do not think he can refute a siiiKl?- detail. The fact that Mis. Morden has bSOH acquainted with the girl's detention, her release upon her own request, and that Mrs. Morden Is ??a her vvay Cast, will all undoubtedly prove a surprise to Mr. Borden." GIRL TO VISIT BALTIMORE Miss Borden's Relatives There Get That Information. [By Teemaawnk laTh? TrtSoae. I Haiuinoie. April M?If she wkk pleased at the ii? ws that her Kranddainv'hter, Mo mona Bordea, ha ? been found UHlay, Mi- _L i. Borlen, mother of <??u Bar den, the inllllonair? ?nilk man ?'I Msw York, ?li'i not show It. Mrs. Morden is a gassl ,t tn? Belvedere Hotel here? and was there told that the hebrosa had basa found by her fatiuT in Boston. Bha had n?. ???mi?;, in i,, mak.? However, on?- of the members of Mrs. gotdsa'a party stated thai th?- aliar Mr* Bordea had taken bUl little IntaraM In the disap? pearance of Mihm Koinona. ?She also said that m? word had been reset ved from <;??ii Bordea si ta the Badlaa of hi?: iaughtar. A'tvlces to-nlKht from Ifostoii say that ??u i Borden and his daughter ?sin cuuh' on t?. Baltimore. The Burden party her? an very reticent i "POKER FIEND" GETS NEW DEAL Court Grants Wife Who Sued Plate Glass Man on Cruelty Charge a Trial Separation of One Year. Justic? ??i. ?eih h has rendered s <ie ..ii thai bai few, if an?, pi-eccdents. ii? has gii?rii?~i s trial separatloi i . ii- to a a ?ft ?? ho u? d for i eei ral ion II the coupk at the end of that tlm? thlnh Hi I" . "lie '.led th? | in.i ) hi'- i the < oui t ? ' i ? ite.i ? ? i, the othei hand, If th? husbund and wife believe the) are happier apart tin trial separation will be . (tended. The wife is Mrs x? t?i.- Bergei and tu husband Is tbrshsm Berger, who ?^ In the piste glass business They hsve en eight? year-old son, who Is ;,i\"ii Into the i,? tody of the lathe;-, th.. mothei having per? mission t.- \ lull him <?? et y bunds) Mrs Bet gei ted on th? ground <>t cruelty, Isy'ng the ;n tamper of bei hu? band to his losses st poker. Bhe fleelared he was ?! pokei Dead and lost |2S s weeb ut the ".dar" gam*. ?" *"*", m. bim brutal and undvl, aald Mrs. Borger. aus. Berger complained Iba! her bua hand Induced Mother man to write s let . ,., i,-r. praising h r beso? snd trying -,, make sa sppotntrotnt with her. ?Bergei ,?, led i,, enui rtaponnlhU foi "" 1',t-1 ??he esbl II s ?s her hosbs ? I l! M>'' '" ? ompromise b? i Berger answered lhal ba ?vas -,.?; Mack aa palnl ?l ' He aald hia wife leaves their bom? vd.ii.-v?. ab? ?aala Bhe it i ,i tak? ? their ? blld with her. I,, ?tiring t-u- th? cnstoij of the boy I.. . r s..j,i be wanted i<? htvi him toughl muaic i.anguagea, whl h he b lleved .:., -, , h i,, n? i th.m hla wlfa .iuv.ii.i- Gleg rl< i. aeemed t" thmk then mma a chano thai tha arsrrlng couple rouW i? i.'? II? ?' --" be made the tenn ? . ?.iti-.n .?ni-. ? ?" jri -i BRYAN ONLY PAWN IN CONST POLIE ? "Minn? .1 from Hr?( i?n??e. pate In a Ha? ni. Coast i onf '? nee with Mr, Bryan and the Qovernor ??f California. Tiiit attempt failed on s strict pai I\ vote, In which the Etepubllcani lin?ed up with the Progressives. The defeat wag go decisive In the lowei house tint the Democratic caw ug decid?**d to aban? don the scheme without s voting show dov n In the Bonete. ? lovei nor Johnson snd ? .olonel u.?? ?a ?-it have been in telegraphic commu? nication. A.CCOT ling tu tho e i lose In political gossip at Bacrajnento, O ter Hay lins given Sacramento lome ?al ble sdvtce on methedg of putting De? ICJ In ?? ho!". . The Republican and the Progre majorit) politicians are omethlng more than happy ov?w the . ? inihk of the Secretary of Btate. if he can do made to tak? ? geflnlte -1.?i.?i against alien land ownership legtolutlon, lose? I) analogous t?t the las s ,,? ..? ami the i ???-trut of Columbia, the D no ocrntlc nu..m iiy m th. Legislature w;'.i be compelled either to repudiate Its platform pledges or Presiden! Wilson' administration. Fear Party Blunder. Those best Informed on the Cal ma situation an ol t he opinion thai unless Mr. Bryan Is m?.r?' than usual!. .nlri.it his trip to Callfoi ii. . will tui ii out to be s s- rio u party blui ? < irgantz? ti labor and the farm? 11 the two Interior voll? develop? ?i an ?.' "ii,.. issue That phas. ??!' lie question has been lost sight of bj the i'aiifornin Legislature's repi specula? thai over the political potentialities -<f th?' coming of the Becretai i I Bl its, Denuded et Its political compl? the alien legislation situation In Call? fornla simi n t? i gle held fact g large majorit) of the members of both legislative houses Is definite!*; .-. .1 to the enactment of such le lation. The purpose ?.t euch I? gli lat Ion Is t prevent the acquisition <.f real propert) either in fee ..i under leasehold b) th Japaneae, COMMEND WILSON POLICY; ?? - - Land Owners Want Alien Law, i but Approve of Bryan Trip. Sacramento, Cal., April M The Nntl-1 Allen Land Ownership League m North? era Ban Joaqu?n County? ertth headqusr? teta at i.o.ii. bas seal to Ooverno ; eon and eth? i state offld i i i. solution urging tin passe antl* alien land law The resolution commends "the .? lion taken hv prsstdenl tVllson and Beere! ?.r Btate Bryan and approves the polley iidyot at-'i hv them " a lelegrsm from Representstlv? w ? Kent? oongratulstlng Oovern?9i Johnson upon his handling ??! antl-alten legielation was received to-day by the stau Ese? . live. The message? which was -?-i?t from Washing! m. read: "Congratulations on row brave stai I Opinion utlveraally with you bore \n\ decsand tf i?ir?'i?ii nations that w?- aha ...i reg list? .?I Internal i Salts to sun them is hostile Impudence, The treaty making powei Is i'tit supreme In such questions a? ours" Becretgry at state Bryan has .;??. Hned an invititlon wind him by the Been I n.?mo i 'hamber ??t ? 'omn erce t" m i public apee? h ber di ring hia -. Lett "I appreciate your invitation.' th? -? lary t? legrsphed, "bul I am com? eon fei with the Qovernor snd L?egla ?i ?i do nol deem ?i pi? i>-1 t<? mak ? gugementa :?> apeak. I snail retui '.n is possible." Th? re a i mu? h dla? n iloti t>> "'--i th? repoi ? t State I ord, Democratic National Comm m ??! '--i ? 'alita nia, and who i i ? -inacted al lb? Jap al both ihi pi ' aani ind pi ??? i ding la t urea, had gone to meel s?-< retsi Stati in ? an TI e . apot I area d? nl? l ' in.?? ?an,- lead? ra a ho aald Banfoi? been railed aw??\ on personal mattet un r? ?ii?- n.? ?i? reloprnenta to*da ,11 tbi propoaed sntl a i? n ? ? i-?.i hllia ara held ">' the Mea until ?A ? .n. .n i i\ai a.i whatevsr -un ? rritj laadei i p an t?? offei t,??t t,, i,, made public until the Becra i ,- -? ? n 1 ; t ? -111 Loa * ? ,,ii*' -i i o( th? alien Is? agitation, un aual | l, ... \?-.-i?- D< ? ?I m ti"' ti Itl ??, , ti rougboul Soutl ? ti ', le? ?i ? aamlaer her? said t?? thai r? si?!, -i restrict :??: sign os : 'ti tins ?tate, ari ra haati alna lh?'in.-- Ivea loi edml ?Ion to 1/.. I -Up. I : ., n I tloii i . ? ? 1 panled b) appli? ? Strj on p -. CALLS BILL UNCHRISTI/ Committee on Anti-Alien Leg. hition Enters Protest. i'ti.- pi ,,| ? e to prohibit Japan? ? ? ?. dilation "' treaty < - etwa? I I ? a mlttee vin \; - ?; i.. gialatlon, -?t N" 111 Mr??a V? .. ? ? tplalned, eo ? ..- proi ? '.it ari ?altlon ? ?! ai'.- I, I . I ,, ,. ? in thoa rit at mitt? ? -?i A: ti- ? lien i ? ? I Being Ii ? ? v the bill un? onMltui ? a -' hing notb : ting .? ft:? : dly natioi . arero affi ? . v .? , ? ? . : , h woi.l'i - th? grai ?--i r salta 'V" kid : " I t.?- n ?;..l.t .1 -i 11 ? ? aod in th?- ouunti g," aal? i. ??,. i.t 'in ? - -, nto I Ihi Lr nlted Btat? : Japan . - ? tlon Of 1 l?"i thin o ? ?' ?s prohibit? d Thai , ? ? ? -I ' i, ? ; .,- :?it ts l'l, i .hi- enes? h .I si ' ???? lieg '" Um government ligures, ti,,- immigration h ? fallen t" 1,111; bj IslO t.. l,\ 10 Thla h ? Inc? orne up ?, little, but the old i ondl* tion.- h , v. never been appro tint I 10- iii<- t'-t.ii Japan? aa population of I ? ' fornta, Utah, Nevada, N- vv \i i ,,? and I ? Isoni.I, In ? i .- ICI h. \ ?? < '. - -ir, It w.i? ?Uta, in California ibera ara about The population of ? '..ii fornia . ' In ' '.liiiornia, It .,.--. .1.,,,. anasi owned h aa than 11,1. a? n Tha ana of t?a tal I I ?l,#0 I straan mile . "t i'" I " '" ' -" rea The mat?. men! ontinues : "What eoutd i- mora aboard than t<? talk '?laiiK?-:' WbOTC I foreign '1 nient numbering lees than I pei cent ol th, I popula) Ion, and i onstsntl] jFur Storage lit Dry Cold Air ?aulis on the Premises Rates the lowest consistent with proper care. Remodeling and Repairing at a substantial saving during the Summer. * 3?4 Tiflh ^Ccnue Importing - danulhcnulng cFurrier5 Between 35th and 36th Sts. Tel. 2044 Qreeley own? Only a tiny arre In SSSrjr tract of t,9H acres? The Caasnslsn seems to be in very little danger of being irrran from the land. "The plots "f lend OWBed ?J the Jap? anese In California are not n?'h taim. from which th.v have uuwdsd the white man. hut tracts ?if arid and naturally n?n ? roductive soil, which by Industry snd skin m intensive gardening Japanern harei made profitable. They have not taken anything away from the ?rhite Isnd "wn-! era; they heve added so punch to ths ; w? altfc "f the -fate. "The California Leglalature seems be I ? ii passing s law which will never become . n., ti?re, but whleh wBI i-' s gratuitous Insuil t.. a friendl) people. Tin site I ,i would be deplorable in the ?n? treme. Already eadteroent in Japan hasl reached a pitch which can only be de- j scribed as highly dangerous. Mas- meet? ing! ait. nded ?"? lliousanda hav?. been held ? i 'a hieb th?- Indignation et the psopl? hsi i,,., ii violently expressed. While tin Jsp- , Bnese government h i every eonflden? ? \\ y.,. friendliness snd p""?i faith <?f th United States, there le slwsyg th?- danger thai :t may i-?- forced by popular clamor against us Into some srtlon that mlgtfc nirth.i endsngsr the relstlong betweea it,, Inn nations." ONE-LEGGED POET SUICIDE Dr. Friedmann Wouldn't See Him, He Turns on Gas. Mi? ha? I Katz. who recently had his rlghl leg removed because <>r tuberculsr Infection, committed suicide yeaterds* g by inhaling gas in th?' home i>f his slstei Mrs Ids Btern, No. 7'>:i Wash Ington av? nue, Th? Bi oni 'I ? ? OUIIg man who left t v. o |.m -. oil" addressed lO "S man who had sinned and suffered,' attempted to visit Dr Friedrich Frans Prtedmann at the Hoe pltal t"t the Ruptured ami Crippled, N" H ESSt l-'l Street, last Thursday, hut was turned awa) bj an attendant He had h. .h despondent ever since? it aras said. Kata lived with his tamil) at .so. n avenue He was twenty-five ?? a old. m. mm sais TURTLE GERM tSECHE Will Sign Contract To-morro\ and Sail at Once to Remain Abroad. VAST ROYALTIES PROMISE! Scientist to Receive $125,00( First Payment and More as Rights Are Sold in Each State. Dr, Friedrich Kran/ ?Triedmann lei I become ?known yesterdaj ih.?t be wa about ready to ?lose a deal by whlcl he would di liver up lus "aecret," ?? that the turtle germ rensed) for con sumption inijilii i?<- sold t?, phyalclani all ovar the country. From the doc? tor's own headquarters in the AJisonla last nighl Morris Slant r, who ',???- ?1 the Blsner-Mendelson Company, drug house ?it No. INI West Street, SfcU thai ? atatemenl would be Ki>?-n out to -morrow al ?'? o'clock The negotiations which have been going ??n for several ?lavs between the turtle g< rn? discoverer and the repre asntatlves had reached a poihl > ? - day where the certalntj of Its con? sinniuatiori ?ouid be disclosed, it waa learned that Dr. Filediusiiii would ???? ..-IM- |28O,t)00 on the signing ??i papera to-morrow, and that the provisions tor royalties and atata rights" would ?eas? ily run Into the millions In S short Uma The ?!??? tor held the a orn, win? n he frequently expressed regarding th? financial on i at kit "cure," In shsyeaej most of yesterday. H*. I?d a long conference in the efllee of his attorney. Carl S.-hurz, at No. M Wall street, in the lmiininK. and in the afternoon h inet the repreasatatlves of th? oapttah i^ts who srs to back the drug concafhl in the tM?os Of Isaac H. Lehman, of the linn of la'-vintritt <'<">k -V Nathan, at? torneys tor Un Bisnsr-Mendeleohi Company, at No. Mi Broadway. !>r. Mauri??' Si mm, rosldettt physj. cian at the An-oilia, is said to ha\> brought the turtle germ remedy to tag attention of the Klsner ttrm, ami be expects ??' have a conalderahle Intend! in ,1s distribution, a central sang? torium will be establtehed in thtd ??:;>? ,,v th.' eompani and i" Btuim eap?t i,, !,,. in charge The "distributer^ will aol wan i.,r ?h, ,,., or? o? th?- United Btati s PuHE Health .nul Marin?' Hospital Bervtgsj i,..i, i," will ?begin t" fsi the gerusi on the market at once. i n- Frledmenn n III have .-onece? i;,,ii whatever with the distribution. His eotg interest will bs In the royeh i.. .. ii,. win get back to Berlin at ,,,?.,.,?? said .f h's advisors ysstgr> ,!;.>. "and will not return t?> Am? n? .?.'? -I hs h.biiy of ths Hotel Anneals lsg| night was th? stamping ground Bgj physicians from all over the co miry, who had been attracted her?, by UN rumora thai Dr. Friedmann would mon give his vac? in?- to the world. Hagg ?aid they srero read) to make errang* menta t" obtain ex? luetve rights tat ?tetes in ths Middle West Charta! Hundt, Dr. KrledmarnVg >? u, ni Into conference with m ? d these men. THE COLLIER NEREUS LAUNCHEO viwpnr. Kowa Ve., ? naval ooBler Neraus was I launched to-day._____ -"Everybody's Going to-?= THE BIG STORE" Sales Like These Are Reasons Why Notice to Charge Customers Pun i Ii durit a the r? mainder ol this month will i?- i rded aa il made in May, end bill n ill be rend i d on lune 1st. Protect Your Furs Store tip m here during the lummer, snd thui insure I ?nal moths, burglar) and I r<. \ ??,;?.,? ? ?e or 71 postal will summon on? ?US. V_ 1 - - ?? ?GREENHUT BUILDING A Mdl Clearance of Royal Wilton Rugs At Bargain Prices Trulj a choice -election The pricei apeale for themselves, SEAMLESS WILTON RUGS SEAMED WILTON RUGS 1 Slgc B.3xl0 '?. 1 Rich high piled ruga m this n ? popular sue. An attr, ng m the latest designs. Ri -rularlj Sale Price. $.W30 . $32.50 .<-, (f) . 29.50 ?Si/: BJxl0.6.) W ids choice ??i desirable patten Regular!] Sale Price. $37 SO .$31.50 34.50. 29.50 32.50. 2"-50 . -GREENHUT BUILDING Bamboo Porch Screens S| Narr?-,? || its; !-? I ural I?,. -ii painted^ Su es 5x9 ft. an ' ~ Sizes 7x8 it. and 8x8 ft.; (?C?? Sizes 10x8 fl . ??' 12? - \ X*\ _o,i:;:i.\ii' ??. /T)Q Other Big Sales for Tomorrow IN OUR MAIN BUILDING Women's $34 50 to $45 Suits 24 stunning stj les; ? ponge, wool poplins, chiffon lerge, whipcords, ? iteds, di shepherd checks ;m<l stripes; model? in? clude San Toy, Mandarin, Ki mono, ?Trotteur," Balkan ??tul ? utawaj 1; ? ompletc _ [ange ?' f .1 ? Hl.IVV.IV*. I ? Mlljlll I?- i.ii'K? ' fashionable colors; $27 CA .,' ?black;choicest _???_???aJ\9 (No ( O. D approval ordei iuiI Clearance of Women's Suits for merit io 125; .?t Washable Petticoats of cl ambray Kham and IQr?. -?Qr? ' ! wash crepe; ,i\*Js^ ?)SK, up. Women's Ready-to-Wear Real Hemp Hats pokes, mushrooms, .nul other popular shapes; trimmed with velvet, flower*, fruit. :.- : vat i< ?US C? ?'.- ?: *. bl ick; wonderful $1 QC bargains -it .* A* **J ' 65c to 75c Imported Embroidered Swisses. Voiles and *a_0/a Crepes .. j ai ! O ' C $3.98 "India" Mode! Umbrellas I'h: Il td With ,1 silk ; styles i??r tnei for aromen; guarai ^7 . ? 111.ni, phone nt ' ! on these The Latest Millinery Success?The "Bow" Hat straw ihapei trim mi -l with moire ribbon, tatin rib bon. taffeta and Other >iIk mate? rial*; angle boa *.. best col? lervattvely valued $z. JC .u $12; tomorrow al - O./ D 'Kayser's" Heavy 16-Butto: Length Milanese Gloves? Pal - -," inl back ; entire ai m hand i< ?met) embroidei ed : black white and colors: at.. . ? n ?12.75 - ?16.50 'Xir? $1.50 Double-Width All-Silk Dress *?**'***) Charmeuse tightly woven inr? : all the approved $ 1 111 ?ire** (?ni-; a yard.. 1 s 11/ $1.75 (40-inch) Black " 79c Women's 50c Thread Silk Boot Hosiery tan and black; !?air . Women'! $125 Hxtra Fine Full Fashioned Pure Thread Silk Ho? siery ',m. black colors; pair. Women's $3.50 and $4 Foot-Mould High Shoes 1 very p?>>-ih!<- style m patent leather, tan Russia calf, gun-i .' .;;?l ! idskin; Inr ;??n ? >r lace; not ? rerj m/? width in t-vi-iv style, bul .?11 lisea and vvi?It!i> in tlif en $7 AC tir<- jot; it. ???l/D Women's $3.50 "Gaby" Colonial Pumps black, graj and brown 11] English Voile was h ab I suedes; also white "N:ihu.-k:? inches wide, great range all lizei .nul widths; $2 QkZ\ of colors: a yard., Messaline Princess Slips laven? der, pink, bin?- and $^ QC white; at . Ot J\J Charmeuse a yard.... I .?-.*) $3.50 (44-inch) Black Crepe Meteor ? iplendid quality; a ? _| . . *J Opera-Length "Ceylona" Pear! Mecklaces priced elsewhere at Mil at:.I $15; *-';ne arc 111- $?" lestrui tibie; at . ._} $1 AII-W00I Cream Storm Serge w ?1 ' blacl hair line -14 inches a ?da; ?T() , a \ar?l . O xC (Al le."!-.* 50 equally big : rgai m <?ur I) ? m Goods St? ! 1 m?>ri"w ?. 50 Visiting Cards with neu i in script 1 name ? regularly 95c; ^n Gold-Initial Correspondence Cards _'l card imped in . with M em p 1 to matel initial ii the new border en grx\ ed bl? ?> K di -1 ?_: 11. extra au; ' it) cloth nish stock; - 1 :> 39c; a:. 19c 49c $4 Silk Jersey-Top Petticoat-? with mcsssline fy"} TQ flounce; at . <_-? /V Toweling .1 yard. ?jC 7c Bleached Cotton Twilled I ?Tis- 98c 12'ic $1.69 Japanese sanee Scarfs each 25c Sheer Linnet Lawn -In inch ' .1 ) srd. Spring's Greatest Sale of Rose Bushes, Shrubs. Privet tor Hedges. Seeds. Fertilizers, etc. Our "1913" May Sale of Groceries ?The Great Festival and Pure Food Exposition of the Year? Begins Tomorrow. Also many Specials in Fine Wines a:vl Liquors. IN OUR GREENHUT BUILDING ?.?O Ceiling Dome Light*. - ln-autiti.llv designed; $20 Solid Mahogany Combination Library $]() JJ-1 m-h dome witih eight art-glass panels, in amber, and Extension Tables at . *?" $35 Handsome Quartered Oak Hall $17 C|| Stands?at . 1/ eejU $150 Solid Mahogany Curio Cabinets $7^ green ??i Nil?- green with beaded fritge to match ;ill metal parti m brushed brass finish; complete with Welsbach inverted burner, mantll $a r)p? and globe; al. T.OO Refrigerator*.-p....,.l..r ityles, with ?hite enamel* W?Tdow, ^T^r^^^T^ u ^^' l-.H'.l povi.iSn chambers; $? Cf\ . $10 -4 ln<h? h*h- ?? '" W-inch ?*?.l" 28c ralues $7.50 to $20.50; at.. O.OlM0 * lO ',l. .,. , Walnut Stained Screen Doors? si/..--. Irom QO J ft 6 in.x6 ft. 6 in. to 3 ft.x7 ft; at. VOC Blue-Flame Oil Stoves 2-bumer life; $^ '?C Inch sqw easy i<? keen clean; excellent cooker; al 0.v)D at. 'Other M/?-- up to Mi ?nchca high, 23* to 17-inch extension, at 48c. ? Bamboo Furniture? suitable for bungalow, cottage etc ; a specimen value ?a a corner chair with IS - re matting-covered seat; $^ AC I'lca.sc see our larj?e advertisements in today's WORLD, today's AMERICAN and today's HERALD for details of the above and other important sales for tomorrow. The Big ?tore ?~9 A Ci\v in Itself GMNmJTSIliELCOOPERO. Sixth Avwwjo _ aj. B.OREENHUTs Pvtuk, I6%i0 I9f^ Str??U l ! Doable ?fcH.' Cr*'n Tr*ding Stamp? tief ore 12 o'clock?Singla Stamp? Thereafter