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PEACE PALACE OPENED Custody of Great Buiiding Handed Over to Diphmatic Corps at The Hague. AMERICAN DONOR HONORED Queen of The Netherlands Dec orates Hirn with the Grand Cross of the Order of Orange-Nassau. The Has;_c, Aug. 2*).?The Palace of dedicated here this afternoon. when the aeremoi.y of handlng the edlfice ,,ver tu the charge ot the Dutch Foreign Minister was earrled out In the trerit 4-oi.rt in the presence of Queen Wilh 1 nuTia. Prince Henry of The Nethertanda Bnd lhe Queen Mother. Theae wera aur roundeai by ;. diatlngulahed g-therinc of mata reafeaantativea al yva-. <? so and people promincnt in aii the ind adasitd 11 Abraham Van Kamebeek. prealdent of arnegM t-'oundation. arlth a brlatf apeecta hnniyH the "alace into the eara el ita appolnted cuatodtaaa, expreseiiu* a meed of thaunka tor tht genaaTualt) of Andrew Catmagie. Jonhheer 1?. K. de Marcrs Van Bwln* the retirinaj Dutch Minuiter for Korelgn Affairs. then accepted tha i^ <>f the bullding in behalf "f tbe natic corps. in which it la veeted, under the presidencv of the Dutch l-'or ? fl Ministrv He referreii to the op.n iru* of the Palace of Pea ve as an Impor tant chapter added to the history of ar bitratlon, the BlgnMcanC* of Which was ?aM, by the prataenoi of so many Btnteamen and lawyera of Inter natlona] atandlng. He pald trfbutea t.. the late Melville W. Fuller, form- r < "mrf Juatlce of the United Btatea to Ntcho Muravieff. former Russiai M of Justice. to Au?usle Heernaert. former ? .. an ailnhrtet of state t.. t M. <.;. Afser. former Putch M:nister aad CaMin . f State. and to other* now dead had adorned the Court nl Arb.ira tion. Mr. Carnegie Addressed. Then. after a few sentenees in Krenoh eulogistic uf Andrew "'arnei-ie. who he sai-J had placed the fmits of his stren uous labors at the service of humanlty," Mr Va* **.%?, uderen turned to Mr. t-'ai . ?tm was standin.K besiaaa bim, :'?--! king mt:. Engllah, said: 'vdr Carnrcle. the-e is no doubt. I a,hould think. tbat >ou to-day are the happlest man among us. seeing in these surmundings the transformation of your beautiful. hif-h spirlted munlflcence into thig future aaTaal of international trtbunala In the name of the civiliied powera of the world I address you The whole world shares your \iews and has proved Ita deep appreriatlon of your eenc-rosity by votinjc with Imposlnn unanimlty fhe funds necessary to keep this temple always at thj very hij-h standard to ?*hich you en ahlr-d its constructors to ratae it " 1;, ertl.ve into Fn tltrCh, the KoreiRii Mtn later, hc.ldinj* up tbe key of the pala. e. a.sked: "Wlll the edlflce live up to IU ? llng tame"" He then answereu -. n question with an empbatic: "No v - : it is taken t.. hnply tbat its beli ?hortiy rlng ln the Inauguratlon of cterna! peace?tWO words which are al* araya out of plaee except when thej Brt inscribed over tbe entrance Kate of a atery." Then be added an amphatlc . .... t.it'.ons do not attempt a flia-'ht be>ond the bord-rs of whet bu- i manlv speaklnc. is posaible of rcali*.a- ? tion." .king of tbe Talare of Peace aa a , ? ?- for tha regeneratlon of moral , I Mr. Van Swlnder-n dedared that r,gh the prlnciple of arbltration hao , ootm accerated by ever expandinsr areas ?the memorable worda iittered hy the, Amertcer, stat'sman EHtlU Root, Sena'or Sont York. at the lavirif* of tbe | latlon atone of the Pan-American I | a* Washlnuton remaincd th. tn m of all arbltration trcat.es the ?..?? in dirpute between nations are Bg; the .plr.t which deala Wlth them i eeerythlng.' " He cot.nudcd: ? \,1 controrarelea can be aettled from naoraent that th. two contei.dinK ?rtlesdeslre a petUement. and dlplomacy ?an areet the lita*aguratlofl of this temple a th head beld hiKh and 8 beart full ot >r,r,4> " Presented to the Queen. .- ,;nr, Mn Carnegie ^ere both pre Mltad 18 Qv.nan Wilhelmma. who neeo- , Mr rarnearle wltb the Orand CroB.a i ir'V-r nf Oramaaa-Naeaau -?ther AmCficana present at the -rre hKloded I-loyd Pr- ce. Amen an ? ? lteT to Tbe Netberlands; Oarei M ard r.r Dav? Jayne H1U former in Ambasaador ln Berlln The Bpeecbea at the ccremooy were in tarnVerred wlth imiaP . ?nd thrOUghOUt ? mauguratlon tha ehirreh bella af the vlclntty played eoi*aatanl Jatayaaaa Braail baa sent the warship Brnlamln ronaunt to Aaaaterdam. and ber ofBcera were at the r-eremonies of daMncatlon. The r wHk the cmblems of the Houaa of Naaaau. are dlsplayed avery* Rhere ln th. str-ets. mlnjrled wlth fes of evergreena and strinp? of tmy I \ banquet was tflven this e-.cn.np by the governm.nt in KnlghtS* Hall. where the second i-rai- renferenee met Ur. Carraegta sat between the Mlnlsters of rorelgn Affairs and tbe Interior. Dr. Theodoru.s Heetnskerk. vX-Premier. r.roj.oaed Mr. farneKies heaith. In re-1 aj'ondlnK ln a hun.orous BBoech, Mr ' ar negie retated the hiatory of bis own rare., and expres^ed tbe pleasure of bis ?Mfeand h.mself at bavlng WltJieSSed the | iral on of the beaUtlfUl i'*lace of Peaci Aft-r the dinner the K?e*ts at tended lha Qliaatl'a re.-eption at the royal :Tbr.-ala.e of Paace, dedteated t-day. ir the g.tr ot Andrcaa r"arne-.p who, n rtatt, pUced at the .llrpos."' of the I)-.t.-l, . rernment tbe aum oi BM*.**** ?;*? aee. aa axpreaaad ln h.s ofrer. of .reetinK and maintainlnK at Tbe Hu,ue ?t. courthome and lihrary for tl.e fer.ua nent <-ourt of Arbltration estab'ished 0} tha treel of the 2&tb of My, WaX'1 Th- p.Uea of Peace. aa compleUd, doe, aet irepreeenl aay praj***8e atyle of avefti leetirra, bol it la regarded by archltectH as ona of the ...oa lna*.ra*e*1ira aaMdean l-'iildlngs to h< rir-cn Iii Kurop. |U taiiKular in ahapa It fornis roughly * ?<-i;arr .,f ?, -..-.i-is by M yarda ?"d ln elosea a (..autlful fortnal rarden On thr.-r. a*a\en the buiid'wc epnatltutea lhe ea-aartaeaasa aad aa ?,"' faorth, or west, alde ar?- the ^uarters of the llbrai>. Y ?? farnita r,t the se'on<l floor ln adorned wi'h athuiea. the Ij-urea repreaenllni' tJeletu e Aaricultura-. Art NaviKaH"" < '"nitner' ?-. indu?tr\. fonaelenee Weejaaaee. ajrill ?^"oice. Ktud>. Auti.orlty. Humanlty, CJor* atamy and U led'-*** THF. PEACE PALACE .-'.T THE HAGCE. Stately building, the gift of Andrew CanHgie, handet over yeaterday to it? idministrators in tht presence f>f the (>ucen nf the N'etherland**. AMERICAN SWIMMER OUT FOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Henry F. Sullivan, of Lowell, Mass.. to Meet Jabcz Wolffe, of England. 1/ondTi. Aug ? >a ? I Wolffe, tl Engllah animmer, Uas .-hallengad Henr F Bulllvan; the long dlatance aarlmtner, ' of Lewell, Maflfl.. '" a lona dlal a-aimmlnj ? oi t< l foi thi champloi 1 of thi a*orld Both m< n ffliled on ': day Iflflt in thelr attempt*. to aarlm the Engllah Chaunal, but Bulllvan expn wllllngneea lo make another tfl I a 'the i bannel aaalnal Wolffe MIMISTERS AS AVIATORS : Winston Churchill and Colonel Seely Up in Waterplane. By Cablat l...nd"ti. Aug. '-'.'? Wlnaton Churchill, Flral Lord of the Admlralty. mad. hli first trip in a navy watcriilaru yc.st.i Iday. Lleutenant Bpen4**er Gray took j him up frotn the CfllflhOt air station. r.*ar Sout hampton. an.l flew arlth him I over the Solent Colonel Beely, Sflcr* ', t.iry of State f-.r War. al*-.. made a I fiight. Both Colonel Beely ami Mr. ! Churchill helped to baul ln and lious. j the waterplane. As thej BClaed hoM of the ropa the ; Kirst Lord flald *..> the War Mtniflter: i "I think tlu arm\ and nflV) can man ; ago this Job." Colonel Sfi) repMad: "i Ihlnh tha) can." NIECE OF PITTSBURGER | A SUICIDE IN ENGLAND Said She Expected a Legacy of $50,000?Killed Herself When It Didn't Come. By< London. Aug. ->' Learnlng at the eleventfa hour that ahe a'aa nut io re eelve a legacy of ISO.tHflJ arhlch ?he had I been led tu exp'xt. Mrs Annlfl Mana Paatrce, eeventy-oni yeara oid. nat. found dead "ith a bullel wound ln her, . a Ludlow. Bhropflhlrc, yaatcrdny. Mrs Pearei In Febru?r>' l?al t?>id her fncn.i.s *h. had ratelved a letter stating that an um k- had dled ln i'ltts i. irgh and had lefl h< r |50.4BBl Bha x.inHti dellghted aith her good tortun-j and ait-r-d h. r Btyle of llvlng, bor* rowlng monej t.. keep up a better posl* tion. Beverfll icturs raachad her thla m*.nth annouhcini 'hat t'n- money would t.c pald aoon On -rVadneaday iho. tOld h'r flOllCltOT that Bhfl had ffl* , i informatlon from a rapraaflnta* ti\e ?.f th'- law tinn acting i*> Ihi i ae? in Plttaburgh that the monfli ?-.* '" he deposited at the Bank of BngUnd in Lfl.ndon this morning. featerda) Mrs rear.es huaband heard a sh'.i. and. golng upi-talrs, he found his wife lying dead. with a ?*? VOlVCT at her sid*. II 18 nofl stated that sh< recalvad (*raa,tardaj anothar letter stating that a lat.-r wlll of ber unclfl In Am.-rica had bflflfl found anl thal her name was Bol mentlonfld in i' It le not knuwti arhfltber the letteia wrrc a erufll hoaa or rnerely 'he imag inings uf an affected mind Th.- bUB* band ls im' flVflffl certain that sh>- evar had an unrk ln IMUat.urgh girls~_hase~h"awker -? - AutogTaph Hunters Follow Avi ator, Even Into the Water. I it\- Cablfl t" Tb* Trtboflfl. I Londoa Aug. *? Whila roi*rln tondlng 'he dlamantUng <>f his arrecked xxaterjlan*- a' LOUg* Sx'Im.ex y.-nter dfly. Harry Q. Hawker. who all bu' xx.,n the 188.000 aerlal flif-ht round the Brttlah rnaata, had fl t-urloua flxpa 5S? He waa flurroundad by a rrowd f young i eraona a-lth autograph bookfl,, ;i,i;llth,,Khh,HiRii*,lhls.,a.n..'isn,. Tdlv m he could. the crowd ********** '" i'r xx"rather th.n dlmlnUh. ??>'-">.-' tnoh to hlfl heelfl. chaafld h* ? bevj , muShlng glrlo. Into the amter U* rlaahed in OP '" *** ******** ****. In' ,, iVterVent the autograph hunters ?fter him Be-mg it was ueelaaa to raalat. he"1? iTl.no for ball an hour araa k.-i.t btisy aignlng hla name. Hfl f..'iml. '""? ',''" ,h" ~r*ck*?d xxni.rpi.n- had bean atrtlWfld hy curlo hunters. _ _ TUBES PAY DIVIDEND Hudson & Manhattan to Give 2 Per Cent on Income Bonds. Thfl dliactora oi th* Hudaon *? Man? hattan Ftallroad Company yflfltflrday Be elared an Initial dlvidend on thi nea Income i.-.n-iH -" -ha rate of 1 per oml h , (Iroaa revenua of the compan: for \h*, Bva montha ended June 89 last araa gfc ?m.HA. an inereane of 178,888. over ? l almiiar period of 1813 Tbe nel l;.?- *???? i applU-Hbie to hond Intereat anriounted io ll.108.7_, ifl dacraaaa ol ??,. I Froin thla, wai rteducted mi.W Intereel prlor totne adjUBtmenl Inoomfl bonda, leevtng a ***'] ance axallalle lor thlfl purpose Off BWa, Mi *?>,? ,,.,?-rt polnted ..... that tne nfl ln omi applleable to bond interest d '1 noi Inelude any Intereat on n.<*fll,fl88 flral 1|?;,' an'i refutiding ?'? i" cant iwndu p-raaaaw to bt iusucd. .-1 l.KN "tt ILHBLM1NA TO Lusitania. with Lord Chancellor Aboard, Due Early. ONE DAY'S SIGHTSEEING Visitor Will Leave To-morrow for West Point, Albany ard Montreal. Montreal. Aug 9 --< l.f.r!? ? I I ...hrr i Minister of lusti.-e. vaith hia> wif' nnt) sir La***n*aer Oouin, Itemli r "f ? Provui'-. and i...>!.' '. Mont:. ai t . I thi I '? ' ' ' rr, ? t \ lan i mt Haldmm Lord Hlgl .eiior >.f Oreal Brttaln, who wlll reach \, w |.. k on the Luettai .. I ? Th<- canadlan part) wlll nol bo l Vork Clty, but v. iii m.et Laord H at \\ <st Polnl on aaturdaj v? nt n ha arriv> thar.rti " ? ' eomnjltto ol th. Amerteari Har I Uon, on J P Morgan - Bteeta yacht, tbe Coraalr. i-or.i HaMai e a lll ba hli alater, Mlaa Rllsebi tt. Hai dane, Si' Kl ni" lh Muii Mai Ki i l Prlnelpal Petereon ?>! McOlll I i wbo is -.f. oM ? "ii '-. fi. nd of tha Lord ? Mor Tl ? ? merli an and i andiilai pa . ...... || w aai Polnl v on Hatur.ia | b) mano- : vi. | of tti- cadeta, and thej arlll leen for \i ; a'elock '?? be the gueal Chai 1 s .1 i loliei I ??' a -> na) offli i ?r n. thi Ti n Eyeh llotel Tha pa : arlll |eavi Ml anj al mM ll I P '??? trair. for Montreal Rundaj morning wlll I" s drivtng aboul Montreal, and in thi aftei noon Lord Haldane arlll \>- entertaln d ?' tr-;, by the Montreal Hunl ' luh and the I ,,_., .,< thi Wetrtet of Montn al Al - p m ...i Runda' rrnnh B k denl of the American Bar - -'" latlon, wlll Kive ? dlnner al the Rlts-i arlton ln ho.v.r of thi Lord i 'hani i nor ;.i.| a ? l< la alao tha oi ei ine day ,,f the Amerli an Bar Aaao i.,f.. Ing, wlll ba tba central da) of lha recep ,;,,? of the dlatingulahed rleltor In lha morning Premier Borden wlll delleer a formal addreaa ot weietmne I" tha after? noon, al I o'cloeh, Lotd Haldane arlll de itver hla addreaa In the Prlneeaa Theatra*. After thia thert aill be a apeeiel eone? cation to confer the degree of Doctor of fivii Law upon Vla>ee*unl Haldana Chtel ,|,. ... U hlt.- of the l'nlte.1 SVH'-.i gU* prenia Court former presMi nl aVIlllam H Taft Mallra Labort, prealdent of tba Prench Har Aaaa**t*totton; Prenh R K**1 logg, preaidenl of the American Har Aa aoctatlon tha Righl Hon R L Borden, Cbarlea J Doberty. Bllhu Root, Alton B. Parker and Joaeph f'hoate a dlnner aill be glven at the Rit* (ariton on Mondaj eeenlng bj tha Min* Ister Of .Instio in honor of Lord Hai* d.,,., \t l" a m on Tueadai ti. Lord Chancellor and hla party wlll leeee for N,v Vork to a-all OH tha followlng da) on the Lualtanla. Vis. ount Haldane. l.ord High t'hancellor of Qreal Britaln, will reach New York on th. LUfdtanla at 9 o'rlock this nv.rii Ing. li-? will ba mel al the pler by Prancla RaWle, chairman of th. r.iep tton rommlttee of the Ataterteaa n.ir Aa so i.-.tion. and wlll pO et once to th. 1'laja Hotei Hi ?i'i si" nd BMMt ef tha day MghhMeing- and in tha eeenlng aill at U?nd -i dinner al tha Meti-oaaolltan Club At |8 O'clOCk to-morp>w morning be aill board Mr Morgan'a raebl tiie Coraalr, lor Weat Polnt arhefe he wlll reidew tba cadeta, leaetag ln the aftei noon f?r ai-| bany. ___ PAINTERS SHUT DOWN SHOPS CloBe Iniefinitely Owing to Strike and Lockout. Tha i'nited Pnlntera and <:enera< Con trtxetorn' AaaorteaJota. bi wboaa altropa there hata h.en .1 ? -omblnHto,,i ?tnke an<1 j lockout f?r aeveral days declded reater-j rt-,v on a general shutdown for an ladefl-j n'.te period. There are W member.. ln the Isoriati-.n. and the actlon waa taken on tn. b. Hef that the Btrtke wlll not ,ast j '"in' all abbul *?>."*? palnt'rs nnd paper- j ... ".,:? ar, on Btrtke or loeked out. and ? waVsaM thal only a amaJ Proportkni of the atrikeni were found to ka *-uileo| men. ANDRKo, ? .U'Ni.'.n. P. GHARLTON D NAPLES American Accused of Murdcr To Be Taken on to Gcnoa. PRISONER STUDIES ITALIAN John Palmieri, Now York Law ycr, Bajg He H'-.s Been En gagod for the Defence. Kflplea 8ua U P? r e- l h . iiion. th* ,\m- nd trial before ???':, rts for tb. of hla j xx if. | ?'.*..?:?? liai Itoi al Lahc t.,.!, Btati the flteami i ?, ? ,..? > .- ? , . ? arl .-i x? m Ive then Baturd ind the Genea prlaon untll f* p ?'-. n h. ?il! i- Ira ?>(> m i lo ..... n*''' F"| ?: . . . f tha laaa] . n mll n ;?? hfl a ? Ith >? hora ha 10 ? ?? ? < ? i 'rl> n-llx term* | Lleut(-nani Kranehlnl .aid lhal fharlton t of ;.'i infantlle < har* I | flfl ' ?'-.'. *.>r hfllng elloari <i -.upj ?? *" ? ond rlaar, - aNn | ln ordi lhal mlght av* ipecial maaia ??, ? im Thi Re d'ltalla enterad the I i i*?ded i.x ih* iranaporl Rlo ,|** tmaaon.-e, ? : ,..??! a efl ent of eraa* r i' irnlnfl from tl.** Tur. u Ital in '! ? , ?* ? : . thon aadfl of ..:.-.; j. i.i .- d< ? rd il i ndlna of Ibe Re d'ltalla ara arlt* :..!'. t irll ? ? i loa ??! on dei *>. and -.i '?> tv gn fll th. ? the trene* poi t flound. 'i ?' ' ? ?. ? i ' : ? ? n' laila!" | . \ ...... 1..1, ,! I" rr* .,..,, -;.,,i|.lrnt ? -I | per mll led to i irlton. who wa* alt Bboul t.i have . r \4ltli Ihfl ci !' ? ? n ? harlto i promptl* . aelalmed lhal m tlred oi ipapfl r m fl H. fl Idfld Ihfll he had bad a compai l ? ?> I i M ifl and had apt nl .? i of hli tlme In atud na tb* Itallai lanauaa**. aa he taflfl ilfl* r-iroiiH *-?f lea Blna flufhrle-ji ?.,r.is t.. foi iow li! .-?? n ttrlnl II ,! ?? --iine dme '? had prepari d Mn defenofl il, i,._j..,i Riean lo buy the American nexxm ni-is dearrlblng h;s departorfl from Bfaw \..rk When he r...?i thi dfltaUa of his eritne !"? bural into teara ! To-nlghl a < -irai.in.-r alflapa bflfltd*. j i hariton. arhile Biwtber Bratchea nt lh< door. lohn Palmterl, ffl*flfl**tmerly of Calabrla, hut noxx a laaryer nf l**fe*e York. aaaarta th.it he hns been retfllnad aa Cbarltfln'a coun iei He ha* obtal.i permlflfllon to int. r -,i. r the prtoener. Pfllmlerl x;o? hfl e?* peeifl the trial to hegln at Como eariy In i.. t'.i.er. ind thal ii >,u| laal a fortntght ii.. aaya be a m plead In defen.f Charl ? on that be xx-Ifl ml.'M -it. .1 and Ihat he was l?flitlmat?riy defendlna blntaalf At the offlee ..f Jobfl Pfllmlflrl here It xxn*- aald yeflterdfly thal Mr. Paimieri. who ia now iravelling i" Italy, had *-*nt ,,o informatlon to bla aaaoelatea ln this. ,-it thal he hoi bflflfl rfltalnad hy Porter Chartton. it uaa ai*"> atatad a' tha ?ffl ?? nt n. a*|oy?i I'larke. xxho has heen Charl* ton'a laxxyr up to the preoenl tlnafl, tbfll ,,.. lafartmatlon ol a i banBa ln Charlton'a eounaal had been reci ixe.i Mr. l'ahnieti aaa [ormerlj a JUfltlflB of the .it> ourt sn Manhattan. ln the car** palgn Of tnt he was the I'r.'greftsixe party a candidate f,,r Attorney Oeneral i t Ni-xv Vork State. At that ttlfM Stat. Chalrnran IVIIIlam H Hotchklafl, Biflte rommltteeman Tlinothy L IVoodruff and others efltrrlfld on an lnv<*e*Ugatlo*a int.. neveral fllaagad aeta ln hls < areer. One neciisatlon flgfllUflt Mr Palmterl was that len y.arr a?o. v.hli** acttn? an eoua* y, | for an Ital.an haker flCCUaed Of mur der, ba heiped the bakflr ifl flflflapa from sta'ten IflUnd in aromen'a et**rthaa, and f..r Mveral daya bepl Mm *' lha Palmlen bomfl on Beeand avenoe. lat-r Mr i*ai mlerl araa exoneratfd -a Ith reR-arn to arery ebarga ****** aK-ain?t him. EARTHQUAKE IN SCOTLAND. Alloa. Kirth of Forth. Aag. 2& A BlhTht earthauahe ln thu* \ieinily last nlghl <r? nt-.i sr.at oaaaiirnatloa aaaang lha la* hal.iinntH. tuf Bfl rnat.nal damage was cailflfld Ij> the di-.turbance. COURTS IN Ui CASE Insists in Fourth Note That California Controversy Be Settled by Diplcmacy, BRYAN TAKES FIRM STAND Rejects Contention That Treaty Rights Have Been Violated by Coast State Passing Anti-Alien Law. | Kr'.ni lhe Trl'-uno Pur- :'U 1 , WMhington, aug 9 -Japan la unwining to leave th. fate of tha aegotiationa o tha California enU-ahen land ownerahlp |0W to ., (udl.-.al .l.-.-isl.-n and ln tha fourth not.-.1 Fubmitted tu the Becretary of Btate i". Ambeaaaalor Chlnda on Tueeday. it is made eleer that the Korelgn Offlce ? T-ki" Inalata on a dlplofaaUc aolutton of the problem. Vt'hlle thi Japaneaa gerernment I to auggcBted trom th< outael of the negotla tions thal the naUonal goeernnaenl take juoldoi atepa te preeent lha enforcement 0f the Wi bb-BI.Igood aet yat tha aug Keatlon hai nol been reajarded bj Japan ,-,s i meani of aattllag the controreray. tha contention In tha latcat aote being that tl ? l'nlted state., ibeuld attempt to ,n.et the argumenl that the eoromercial treatj of 1811 has been rtoleted gecrelen Bryan baa pollteU but n>m 1- ,uted tbat the Admtal8ti*ntlon wlll not take thi lnltlaU*/e ln flllng a ault to tesl . , ...ii?.itv .,r eamaUtutletiallty of tha Mitl-allen land Iae and ha- even Inti mut'd th.it the Department of Juatlce win land ne aeatetance. ln the evenl that the ( m California tegln actlon in the pourta as Indlvlduala II ls a?:re.*d that ?.. jopaneet government has ro redreea ln ti.e courta Bnd for this reaaon tbe forelg-n offlce Inatata thal dlptamac) and . , : ie rlivorced in th* ln . ...,, conaideration of tha i-ontro ?n . prim Ipal reaaon a aned Mn re Un Bryan for the Admlnlatratlon'a re fuaal to take a Uon to teal lh< la? ? thal ln the opinion of lhe Preaidenl end ,,. ror, rnercial treatx haa i i?,,.? contravened and that otherwlae the ,.,,-, u , onatltutloi al RepreeenUtiona of lha Japam ae gon rnment. Includlng clta* Hoi i 0f de i-i'" i ln aimllai ? eeea and . of authorttlea on InUrnatlonal ... ralled to aaay Prealdent WH aon ar.d Becretari Bryan and ln the not..* ador Chlnda they argued thal Ihe eglalatlon waa *a ' 1- wlthln tha tn it: righta el Japan " : . offlce nt Toklo doea not ha^e confldenci In thi American eourta and la nol ial ? ggeatlon of Be< - ? ? tiie injured Japaneae in California havi ampla judlclal ?? |t |S | : Of th* POTl Igl Offl e, etan Bryan bj Am ... that then Bho i ling regardlng t.i.- ealui ol rt tr. -.i ?? ? tha ? it4 i.t lo ?"hl< h the -t.t. aovi rnma nt i an guarunti ? i ifbi ? to another nation. Thla auggi atloi di reloped de' t.ut the in. inli | - ? Icai Ja| an la al ? i,, aee the < ol tbe "Btati ? Righta" dca ti lald doa n ? retai ) Bi ? an, -nd t* alao nol a I tle . thi f_.; tbal tbe L'nlted Btatea , roved tbe a^ . .. nth Negotiatlotia i< i ??? neva arblti il .. . . -mU from ? ? -ii. .-. ii.it. tu approva lhe agret - ment now p< hn? .... II ? fon Ign offlce be ? . . taelf li ,i. id igi ? ? mi nl "t renewal aill not uffl ? -? retai) Br) u h ia ii"t ? .., ,.,.,. i- . i.i. ni A llaon the :.,. ?. i.n-..-... _nd thi qui atlon of negutluting a nt* arbltration cunventlon. LONDON STRIKE NEAR END Board of Trade Likely to Inter vene in Public Interest. I pj . ibla t" liia Tr b-m.- ; London. Aug _'.?. There u now Btrong h"p. "f an <ari> aettlemenl of ?- . London atrtke. The mi n'a lead . ra look an optimlatlc i lew ot" tha situ? ation last night, t; ouga no announca ni, nt .is t" the reaull ot tha ?ertous conferencea arhlch have been held waa mo!" Moreover, there la reaaon tobe Uea/e thal the Board of Trade, which Iiob aln ad) had the mait. r under cloae conaideration, wlll In the publlc In? teresl Intervena wlth the object of bringing the contendlng parties to termfl 9 BATTLESHIPS TO CRUISE Othcrs of Fleet to Remain for Duty in Mexican Waters. Waahlngton, Aug M.?Onl) nlne hattl ships oi the Atlantlc flecl aill make lha Maditeiranean crulai planned for tMa fall, ..n.i ii" i rtll n..t t' ac< ompanled l>y tha t'Hp. do Hotllla, aa the orlgliial t*rogramma prei oaa d Becretan Danieia annnunced lo-day it i Bd i" -ii di 1.1 mtned thal ll would ba ln<*urrtng an unnecenaar) rlak to haei lhe deetroyera make the return tnp acroaa the Atbintlc ln mldwlnter, and l they would be eenl to lhe Medltearaneaii al B more favorahl. season ii nad been intended te send a lararer number of battleahlpa on the crutee, hut four of tha Mg eesaels ;ir.- brtng k.-pt ln Mexican watera and four otbera ara h*W m readlnaea t.. relleare them at state.i ln tervala The ahlpa aill leave Hampton Roada October 2t>. Tha d.-stination of tha nine battleahlpa wlll i>- as followa: Tha wyominj- mag ihlp), Rear Admlral Badger ijommandan' Iu rhief, Malta; thi Vermont and tle Ohio, Maraelllea; the Arkaneas and tne Plorida, Napleei the t'tah an.l the Dela* arare, viih frartehe, France. WILL DIG CORONA SEWER Luke A. Burke & Sons Get Con tract on $1,167,852 Bid. The BOW ''orona 80*8/88, which aill drrtln mllea ef territory throughoul Quecna, arlll c.st Jl.lrTT.s',:'. The i-ontrnct vaas atvarded yeaterday lo Lufca a Burka & Sons. of No J'. West 11st stre.-t, irhOSC Btd W88 th.- lowest ..f Ihe nine sui.mitted The aucraaefnl tirm murt deposN a koad ?! poaaai lt Is etitimated that It will take about a yeai te H?? the aawer, bj worktng douhle uhlfts Tl.e contiii.-t ealkj for twin tuh.sv nnn for etorm water an.l the ethaw for houne aewaga Baeh pit"> arlll ba |l foet I bichaa iu dlanrietan* at the outiet ln Pluahlng Bay, and arUI taper down to 9 feet at the beglnalng of the Haa The apwer arlll run thraugti Baal Wm* huiHt. o.roiia. Corona Helghta lUnahuret, Maspeth. Ml.ldle VillaKe, Korest llills aad Kew Gkudena Ai aouiiffi of m When Reports Reach Ottawa of Lawyers' Queer Tactics it Prepares to Act. BOTH SIDES PLAY POUTICS Fugitive and Prosecution Send Emissaries on Wild Goose Chase to See Premier, Who Had Left for New York. IFtom a Btalf *>??** ar**a<eal **f The Ttrlbaaa I Sherhrooke. Quehee. Auf*. ??>- -William Travera Jerome, who went to Queher last nlflhl to ask the rrem-er. Sir I/imer '*< uin. to cut the Gordian knot In the Thaa situatlon by -juashtni? the fflUtty cemm tment against hlm. Wfla followed 10 tlat citx ti.-.lax bj Loulfl St I^aurcnt, re tainad by Thaa to defend Rogar Thomp ion on the cbarga of aldlng Thaw to ent.*r ranada by ataaltli Bt l?urent wom ***? le. tfld fo go to Quehee and OPpOflB Jerome bflCflUflfl of hls BUppOflfld pi.lltl'-al and pflT* Bonal influence wtth Sir I-omer Gouln. whoae eaaapfllgfl for bflice on the Liberal ticket h?- managfld Nelther J'-rome nor St. I-iurcnt aP parently knear that the Fremier had Iflfl QuebeC for New Vork to J"in thflflfl BflkP* mt* tilhute tO 1-ord Ilaldan-?. who ls to ar rfvfl there from Enfdflfld to-morrow. Both lawyera ara aapaetad tfl return here U'.e lonlBht, and unill Mr .U-rome deoidee on mm plflB of Bflttfatg Thaw out of thfl Bherbrookfl Iflll the BtatUfl of the case re malna the rarm as uhen he was blOUghl here. The dlflplflflflun of the Dominion B"J*/* en ment at Ottaarfl with the situation was shown to-dfly by 'he arrlxal of L. T. ,- one of the he?t known lawyers - la, who has heen -nJ-aged by the itlon Department. at the direc tion "f tbe flovemment, t<- mxestinrate the Thla a tion .ame aa a result of ? ahleli hava rearhed Ottawa that laioua mlauaa of legal procedure aaa Roini" ??n in Sherhrooke at the ln* - . rer laaryflra in a rich mans i| oni) tO ptfflvent the proper ment of the Immlgratlofl lawa bul ai.,, m thara 1 the wlflhea of a frlandly nelghborlng ;;oxernnient fleekimc the re? turn of .i man who ia 10 all lnttnts a fugitive from Ju3tl'*e. Officials Lose Patience. Although the immi era tion oAclala on th. around apparently ha\e adopted hitheri" a poiley of patknt araltlng untll th- aituatlon rlaare, tt "a? said that they were far froni as patlent as thay ap* penred to be They feel that th* lmmt fratlon lawa have been treflted arlth con lempt. 1 nleta the <ase is promptly dis poeed Of it is thelr intention to take ag ereeaive actlon, and Mr Marechal is here for ih-* purpose ?.f fldvlfllng them how to fo about it. it is aald tha 1 ittawa fovernm* nt la por* n ulatrt) dlaplaaaed at the Thaw lawyers f,.r blowlnfl flral hot an.l then .old over ih. urrll of habeaa rorpua, aa aeemed to buII thelr purpoaea They firnl affected a dealra to h?va thfllr ellenl releaaad under ? h. x. ilt from further coirln-.-ment on a *a:-e charge However, Inatead of Bfllng >he wrlt la i's ordlnar- functloo of reieas Ins a man from Ulegfll Imprtflonment. as v,,nn Bfl thfl ' H would be more "X pedlent to keep him In Jail, beyond the ,,.L.i, of th. Immigration offtceri, they ? io* ked thfl ordmar> oparatloii ...f the Un mlgration laara bj dlacontlnulng it. brlnfl> In-* .ibout a deadloch from wMcB ther* to be no > - apfl \\ ir . xxe hax- ,lone rtOthlng 'hat <*ouM bi int.'rpr.tcd BJ Ulagal tir In any Bflflflfl uiethical." said Mr. Whltfl tO-nighl when th? tempar of tbe ImnUgrflUon pf-pie and thi Ottawa Bovernm. nt waa eallad to hli a.i.n.K.n "Wfl bave done nothlng wa were nol (uatlfied In doing. The only thlng whlch could poflalbl) i-e called a maneu xre of an unusual kind Wflfl ln conneetloi*. Wlth that \x.it of liabtas . orpus W c did um 11 for delay. and we wlll eonUnua ta ,. lonfl aa ** need Uma to as.er tain just vxhat ka the- best metbod of pro -edure lo protacl th? Intereetfl ot "-'?" C|len, |f ??? hfld not delay.d flfld pro M w. hav Thaw would bave bflfln ,,.,;. back to Matteawan long befora this. Chance for Long Delay. Laaryarfl far both atdea agiaad to-day that h.* had aboul aojual ehancaa of a de* lai tor a week. a inontb or taro yeara, te ., rdlng as tba situation devetopa Thede* lay would b>- fur ...ily fl waeb lf Ibe ? ???n ??,???,. 0II ordera from the Provlnclal I ,.,.,??,. ,, ,;.;, ;,,!-, wh., Ifl flhM the At torni x Oeneral, ahould ba ainendfld to a remand and thera waa no appanl or m lunctli n mr the Thaxv lawyers. iKharwlee th? delay mlgbl ba a inontb, or untll tha court ol KiM-e Banch apena ,, october, when thara bi no doubt the grand Jury arould Quaeh the eharga upon vxhl.-h he ia held. Hfl would thflfl hava to be uberated. and thfl Imndgrnthai oaa* ouid aab hlm nl once. The llnrd flltarnatlVfl, ? tWO vears* do ;.,, would flriflfl ln -as.- Thaw Invokefl lha aid of the traatj with the 1 nlted Btataa on tha ajrounda that the immlrrra ti.in laWfl are uacnstltutional. smo- they ?nam racour?a to the courta to a brltl n ?ubject, but nol to an .tunerlcaii rltlaon. There are some who BUggeat a fourth waJ ,.ilt ,.t tha anarl Thflj aay thnt a wrlt ?i hahflaa .orpus mas t" .ipp'i.-.i for b) any Oanadlflfl citizen Ofl the ?,'r.iuiid that Thaw Ifl being COnAttfld without cauaa, ana titoratota tha ia?? are uelng vioiatcd onli ar. antiral) dlainureated peraon. tha) aay. oould take thla flotlon, and 1 na**' COUld ItOt then r.-si-l it. S'onrun K. laota, a lawymr "f Brfloktvn, Who was a inend of Thaw's [fl Mattea? wan and aftflr bla ovsn ralaaaa obtainad the releas- ..1 s.-veial inmatea through habeaa rorpua prooaadlngfl, ?nd who Uaal flvrvefl as ? BonildentUI flgflrtl ln rariou* ,apai lUea for Thaw. 1-ft Sherbrool'.* h;r rtedly to-nlght, it was reportad. In tba fear that tha Immigration authorltlea were flhOOt t') arrest hlm as fla undflfllra* bla alien bflcauaa of hli Mattaawan ooar ? tin. niciii- Tha inmiiRratioii oflicts said that hl? prflflflnoa had ???? anlkd to ihcir i.ttentlon HoWflVflH", they said. th.-v would AflBUntfl Bfl was l<?ally bflTB Bflflfl? a nhargfl waa btrougbt agalnal him by some oue whO was r*a<ly to orodiico e>l d*?iiee to 'he eontrmr), The rase of Koi?er Thompson flrtll come. up for hearing to-morrow bei'x.re Mfl?*1fl* tratfl llalavM. Th4*angflaa BflM la*alght t?-.?u ii** would not do anything wblcb would 111 any araj burt Thaw'a Intaraata. ? FIRST DEATH AT CAMP PERRY. lanip Pflrn ? Ohlo, Aug. ?k?Tha nrst fatal aeeldent tfl happen on the Ohlo ranflfla ai 1 nmpfl Pflrry oeeurred to-da>-. xvhen B*rflaelflca Sagarra Haiion. of thei I'eruvlan t.-ani. was kllled hy one of hls fellow eoiintrymen. .luan K. Zefrarra, who lyrtdentally pulleil the trtKKer of hls loaded rlfle. I THE GORHAM CO. Stationery Department Jt is in the details of social life that we find the decree of taste and cultivation of the individual sccurately rerlected. Truits why the selection of our stationery is a matter of so much m*irc personal concern to us than the selection of a suit of clothes. a hat, or a necktie. We can afford to wear a necktie that doesn't match, but in lhe matter of our personal stationery we cannot take any liberties witli good taste. Our stationery is our social proxy, the personal ambassador which reprcscnts us on both in timatc and formal occasions. Naturally we want it to be pleas ing, tasteful and crcditable. In the matter of perfect sta? tionery, Gorham's is authorita tivc. Just as it enjoys leadershif* in silvenvare and goldware, ta does it enjoy leadership in thiai held also. Gorham stationery] bears the stamp of the higliesti social approval and sanction. The Company, a number years ago, added stationery an engraving to*its activities becauseri its customers wanted stationeryj of the same high quality as theif lilver. So, now, whether it's ai vi**iting card, a wedding or danea invitation. an at home announce-j ment. personal stationery or a; hand-illuminated dinner menu,: The Gorham Company fixes the standard of quality. All of the Gorham work is done on the prcmises. inclu '.'"T the dc signing, engraving. coppcr-platc printing, sUmping, the illumi nating of nKynogrmtna, the en grossing of resolutions or mc morials. Thia means a big saving in time. ami result- in the prompt drlivcrv of your order. Gorham'' jai one of the t'ew firmi iu the city that do not send their work Ottt for execution. Another thing, in all social hv vitations, announccments and on personal card- you may be sure you will get (if you fancy it) the latest VOgue in letter engraving. [ust now the shaded Spanish BCript is the new letter most fa voreti for these invitations. al? though shaded old English, Colo nial. shaded Freach script. black Prench icript and shaded Romaa are preferred by many. Vou can take your pfck? the Gorham rep citoirc ic complete. Such invitations are a Gorham specialty. The Gorham experts take a pride in the beauty. accu raov and promptness with whicfo thev are cxecuted. In the matter of personal sta? tionery. the field of selection is> widc enough to gratify every taste. The papers inelude all the good domestic productions and special selections from the foreign mills. For example, there are several fine hand-made. deckle edged papers. With illuminated monograms this paper is most attractivc. ()f course. what I have men tioned bere only MlggettS the scope of the Gorham stationery and engraving plant. Great num bers of the large public banquet*) and private dinners given in the city have ipecially designcd and illuminated menus from the Gor? ham ateliers. Then, the w< rk done bv Gorham's in engrosaing and illuminating resolutions and testimonials il very large. \,-edless to ity, all of this work represents the finest of Gorham quality tnd workmanship, and at very reasonable pricea. GORHAM STOrlES Fifth Ave. and 36th St, 17-19 Maiden Lane.