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CONDEMNED IN LONDON
All Shades of Thought in Great Britain Represented in Meeting of Protest. POGROM AVERTED IN LODZ Gravc Apprehensions Obtain That Conclusion of Kieff Trial Will Be Marked by Mas sacres of Jews. [BrGaMfl to rr. Tritmafl I London, Oct ?_iuporta reachlai thta country from Ruaata Kivc rise to the fraveel airprrehenalona thai the conclualoa ot the ao-called ritual mur (i r trial wlll be marked bs a rnaaaacre of Jews m that country. A l'ogrom } would -havr broUen out in Lodfl on Monda) bul for the i'f..mpt intervcn ;. r. of tln police. The inonatroua and medlfleval nature of thr allegation Jhat the murder of tug ir.'v Tuahlaak) was ootM-ltted to j j.rovide blood for Jewish Passover | Cakaa has arouscd a storm of indisna tmn here as clsewhere throughout the w orld Laal night a mo. ting of protest was hrui la London it waa a remarkatic gathering, all ah-dee "f reUgkNIfl and polltlcal ...nvirtions being represented ii|.*>n the platform. while a ser.es of letters was read whlch left no doubt that tbe keencst sympathv nf the Hrit? ish nation has been aroused b) what one speaker deseribed as this ' muflt ,,*iTous lil...-! upon a l<*n-7 suffenng r:.' a" Among those whose lctiers were read were Bonar Law. Joseph Chamber* lain. T. P. <)'<'? nn*>r. Lord Rotbachlld I.ord Rosrhery. the Kari of BelbornO, tha Duke of Norfolk. Vtaoount Miiner. Igrael zangwiii. the Arehblahopa of Canterbury and York and the Hisho*.?s of i.ondon. t\*riisi<\ Wlachoeter, Roeh* est*r st. Albana oxford and Manchca* ter. A resolution was paaaed "proteeting against the r* rrudesr nce of the utterly baseless and wkked blood ritual charge asrainst the Jewish people, OT anj BOO tlon <>f b. made in the courae 't ihe trial of the man Rciliss. and InvHIttg the moral support of ihe clvilized world fr.r the Ruaalan governmenl in any gai-gurra M may take for proteeting th*' Jewish BUbJecta of the Kmperor from further , bloquy, insult or hurt." "Derhee. Ruaata." under the h*;.uins "The Poprom Peril." publishcs an ar tii le stating its apprehension that the trial of Bel?88 will be followed by pog roms all over Kussia. I.r Heita the new thief rabbi, mak? ing his first appearance at a publie Bteetlnf -inc*- Bta election, said. This M.i. ni acrusatlon. thls blooal ritual st*jry, is a relie of the days of black magle. lt is a i-ruel libel." \ CathoHc prifs' rooaed the meet* inc to fervent .Tthusiasm with an *lo rnient avowal of liis tUabellef in the accuaatlon. B NEW CHARGEAT KIEFF Yushinsky's Wounds Said To Be Arranged Cabalistically. Kieff, Oct tL?A strlklni; pamphlet pre tendir.*: t.' Mplala the alleged eabaltatlc slKnificanre of the groups of wounds on the head of the boy Yushinsky. for arhOOfl murder Mendel Belltafl is on trial h.re. Wafl BUMtahed broadcast in Kieff and the vicinity to-day. Its Intentlon was to In flitenre the proc?.r--dinj?s uf tlie court and to imprcss witnesses. The writer, apply ln?? what he describes as "the c?-lestial alphahet of the Jews," interprets theee "conatellatlons" as .-acriricial * xhorta I in spite of the aetlon of the police, the newspaper "Kievllanin" contlnues to-day Its crltlflsm of the trial. Thls anti-Semlte and <"ons* rvative or?;an warns the antl Bemltes that "a conslderable portlon of Russlan BO* iety has completely di.-.-arded the idea of Mendel Relliss's guilt. and, whatever the verdlcl of the court may *'??, lt will not modlfy the convlction of so? ciety. If Belllss shouid be condernned, those who do not believe ln bis guilt will turn ln horror from anti-Semitlsm and the Jews wlll once more appear In the llKht of wronsed and oppressed brother-." The Jewish newspaper, "The Krletnl," appearing tn Warsaw, was suspended to* driv in consequence of an article on the trial. When the court reassembled to-day the presidinK juiIk*; read a list of twenty three questions to be put to medlral ex? perts who are to be called to the witness stand. These questions lnclude one as tn whether the number, character and dlsposltion of the wounds on the body of the boy Yushinsky lndlcated that the mur r-i.-rer or murderers had been actuated by eajjerness to lnfll* J torture and to obtain as much blood as posslble. CHINA EXHIBIT ON SHIP Thoufiands Visit the France, Where It Is on View. An exhihitlon of S**vres porcelain on the PYench liner France yesterday after? noon drew nearlv 3.000 visitors to the voa* sel. Copies of the lie. t in modern an.l umient ware were displayed. Theae included a dellcate Mue and whlte clock. vaiucd at tS.OOJ1. and an entire coffee s,-t in "rectlcule ware." ln this china each piece is surrounded by a delhate grill of dlfferent color. The exhibition was under the auspices of the French government. It is planned to have one each time the crack llner i* in port. DENIES BARRETT WILL WED Mrs. Walsh's Daughter Says Report Is Untrue. I By Telrgraiph to Th* Tnhune 1 Newport R I-. Oct. 2* -The report that John Barrett. dlreetor of the Burfau of American Kepublics, would marry Mrs Thornas K Walsh, widow of the mllllon alre Colorado inlne owner. was denled to dty by Mrs Kdward B. MeLeaa, daugh tei* of Mrs. Walsh. The Mcl*pa*is have taken an optmn on several propertles in Middletown. ln?iud lng the old Vaucluse farm. tht- Rogers farm and other adjoining propertv which lfl held by the Kliode Island ltr.1 Eatate Company. PROMINENT WOMEN AT REPUBLICAN RECEPTION. Mrs. Marcus M. Marks and Mr**. John Purroy Mitchel. GENFRAL CROZIER TO WED Will Marry Miss Mary Williams on Saturday in London. I Bj Cabli la tbe Trlbeae.] London. Oct 281- Brigadier General William Crozior. < hhl of Ofdfiancc <>f tho Unlted Btatei Army. and Mlflfl Mary WUHame, <.f Waahlngton, arheaa brother .!? Wllliam WllHame, fortoar Conunlaoloner of Immlgratlon, arlll i married ?t st. Qaorra'a, Hanovar Square, on Fridaj next The weddlng la to bfl ii qulei one, only aboul ? dosen Maadfl having received InvHattoo* Ambaasador nml Mrs. Pagfl and Mrs. Paul Morton arlll bc preoent, and Major Bquler, milltary attach? ln London, wiii be beat mnn. Thi- lridf-to-hi has been vhdtlng Ihla Bummer at Mrs. Morton'i chAteau at Veraalllea, Oeneral Croaler arrlved hi-re a week ago and arranged f<u- a ?pecla] Ucenae. 11 *- then erenl to Ver ?alUea, whence the biidal party returned on Bunday. Oeneral Croaler is al the Kitz and Miss Wllliams and Mrs. M t t"ii an- al Claridge'fl. i Hy T.-Kvriii.li t" Thi 'I'' Ibun..] New London. i.'onn , Oct, M.?Announce* ment of Um eomlng marrlagfl la Lea* tlon, __ng.an_, of Miss Mary wiihami to Brigadier Gen?ral Willlam croaler, chief ot ordnanoc of ti,e l'nited gtatai Army, was received to-da) an.l was a surprts.- tO h.r uiaiiv frlendl heifl Miss Wllliams, who is familiarly called "May" by her <-!ose flconfllntfl nfflfl. is tin. daiifchter of the late Mr. hikI Mrs i 'haries Augustus William.. Mr, Wllliams Wat a aiember of the erhattag ftran of wmiami <* Haven, la Water etreet, whi.h. hat. a eentury ago. made ? larga fortune iu Um erhallag flnd leallni Induatry, i>_ lag plonaflrfl in A lfi fr* tin terrltory, Mr Wllliams was also Mavor of New London. The Williams familv made N'ew [_OndOO thelr luremer hom*- anUI the death of Ihi mother a few months ago. Since thi-n thfl daughter has divided ber timt? betareen Waahlngton, arhen she spent th<* i winter. flhd Hrussels, durlng the sum- | mer, flrhflTfl sh< vv is the guest of Mrs l'aul Morton. William William:.. farmer Immigration (ommissioner of N.-w fork, I bTOthOT flf Brigadier Oeneral Croafer*! aaaefle, uaa arrive.i in London, erhen thi weddlna wiii take. plan Thuraday, Oeneral Oro* znr an.i his brlde ara flxpflcted to arrtve in Waahlngton November 10 FOR NEW ZEALAMD NAVY Two Million Dollar Oruiser To Be Built for Dominion. Welllngton, Wear Eealand, Ocl II - The povernment of th<- Dominion Of New Zealand de.-idcd to-dav to adopl thfl POl* l.v of building 11 navy of its own on the same lines ns that of the i 'ommon wealth Of Anstrala-ia and to dlflCOOUnUfl lt*i ?ubeldy to the Impertal nritish navy. Premier Willlam Perguaon Ifaeaey, ta announcing the reversal of thfl present system. explatned that thr decision Of the Kovemment to aflauBM the greater reeponelbllity arai due to the inabiuty of trjo Brltlah Admiralty t<> carry out its aereement of 1901 and station two cruts . rs of the Hrlstol type of MM tons dls plaoflfl-flnt in New laaland watera, the I>omlnion hearing the eaal of llen up keep. The Mrltlsh Admiralty hnd suhstituted for these two cruisers Ihe I'syohe and the Pyrarnus, of 2.135 tons displacemcnt, whleh were uusiitlsfactnry to the 1 >o mlnion. nnd the Premier proposed lo rec onunend to the Nen Zealand Parliament an order for the construction In Kng? land la 19H of a trulser of the hristol type al ? cost of H.flOfl.flflfl. This and other war vessels flflqulred by New Zealand. ihe Premier said. would he under the admlnlstratlon of the l?o ininion in peace tlme, hut would pass automatiially into the control of the Ad? miralty during wnr time or when they miflht he urgently needed. Premier Maaeey ooaetuded that the Brltlah dominlons in the Paclflc aimed at nothing less than the same naval ?u premaiv ln those se.is as wa- held hy their kinsmen on the other slde of the world. TRADE UNION "COP" IS LONDON'S LATEST WORRY More Than 20,000 Men Eligi? ble?Recognition This Year Hoped for. I.ondon. Oct. 28-The jkiIIi < men of Ixm don have bflflflflBfl taorulated with the trade union germ and a provisional committee drawn from thelr ranks la husy to-day enrolllhg members f ln what has been r.amed the Metr opollt..n Police Trade l'nlon. VNery m.ml.cr of the fone hflow the rank of superlntendent Is eligib!.- for membership, and the men are Joimug in such numbers that the orgamzers antici pate that the union will he strong enough l,y ChriaUnai to fone the authoritl.-s to recognlfle lt. The metropolitan police fone at the end of 191:' consisted of 3.; superlnfndents. flf* inspectors. -.*87 sergeants and 17,011 pollcemen, making a total of IMM, h"t this flgure has been bomewhat increaaed this year. MRS. ( II \KI.I> S. W IIITMAN SHACKLETON TO TRY AGAIN!200.000 ACRES FOR SALE British Explorer Will Make An? other Antarctic Dash. Duke of B-therUnd Willing to Take $10 an Acre. | ny * ar.l. tn inr t rir.iin^ i l.ondr.n, i.r i. ?_*.?. sh i;i ii. .-t Bha I ? ton. in aa interview glven > ,st? r.ii ? . atated thal nexl jrear he hoped to atarl on another Antarctlc expedltlon Hla plan as at preaent conoalved li lo go from Bouth Amerlca dlrectly aouth lo th<- Antarctlc reariona, returnlng lo clv lllggtlon I'.v wa- of Nea Zeaiand. He expecta to be accompanled bi the same m*'ti aa he had during hla laal expedltlon Three men made ap the "aouthern party" that accompanled Blr line r-t on Ins last dash for the |*olc. ln whn .1 be was compellcd bv blizzaiLs lo flVI Up when 111 mibs from the goal Tln \ wer*' Lleutenanl Adam.-. a meteoroki gisl; Bltc Marshall. BUTgeon, BtBd Krank wiid. in tl.e -rupportlng party arara Blr Phillp Brocklehural and Meaara. Joyce, Mareon, Armytage and Prlaatly. When Sir Erneel Bhackletoa rlelti country earlj tbla rear he afllrmed hl intentlOfl lO mak' another tiv f,,, th. poi*-. where, he aaM, there was "much wr,rk io i,r done." He -;? ..J hc hoped lo tak?- an expedltlon te tla tntaretlc '"n tinmt mi ti.. Bldfl <>; |.nsiti MeMurdo Sound, wh<re I,, entered before, and oreaa the tontinenl .sir Erueal hai annenwed hli bellef thal tha dlacovery ol the pote la only the be glnnlng "f i great work "f ? Bclentlflc nature. and lhat thfl beel ? nur^.- in ba puraued li tha general route of utou tenant I'iii hner, thua movlng from tha unknown Into tbi k.i"i*u Onl) i illghl Mgiuenl haa been eul from the greal un eaplored contlnent r,t ice *>n the ? ua tniiian side, .and thr- Bngltab eaplorer be !.* v. s that tv Btarttng from the unknown ri'ii-l anrl strikir,' acrOBB the mountainous heiKhts of Ire Jie will leave Ihe ,-;,.? ||-.| pait nf ihe expedltlon f"i the last and attack the worst part flrst. OPIUM BAN STIRS CHINA Basis of Transformation, Says Congregationalist. Kansas City. Mo, Oct. 2*. At th< niect InK nf the Amerhan Board of Commlfl* sloners for Foreign Mlaalooa, In connec? tlon with the National COUOCtl of Congre gatlonal .'hurches. here thls aftertioon. I.yman M Paat, of Foo ''how College, Chlna. declared that the antl*Opluai niove nient wss the basis of the prcSQnt social tratisfntmation in Chlna. "The canal of fiovernor l.ln. n graduate of our Amernan college, whlch swallowrrl Bg >>2S1 chests. or M.M8.88S worth of thr drug, will ever Mand In rhina's history ln Uie Baane plaea as the Boeteu tea party stands in Net* Bagland blatory/' Mr. Paat said. At this afternoon 'fl session Bamuel B, Cooper, of Boeton, w**s iloeced preeident; Kdward D Baton, of Helolt, Wik , vlce presldent. and Henr.v* A Stimson, of NOW York. recording Becretary, Dr. Haben o Herrtag, of Ke-n York city. was unanlmoualy alectad general secretary ,.f ti,,. National <'.>>in* 11 of (-,,*, ! gregatlonal . 'hurches. lb- has been see retary ?f the Congmgntlonal Home Mls | slonarv Society tor sevin v>ar?. IT. R. INSPECTS KERMITS WORK ; Colonel Pays Visit to Anglo-Brazilian Iron Company. Sao Paulo. | Sao paulo, Braall, Oet bi, Getenel ; Rooaevell Bpenl several boura thls morn? ing in lnsi>e.-ting Industrles of various , klnds He i'aul a vlslt to the works of the Anglo-Hrazilir.ii lron .ompany, of whlch hts -r.n Kerm.J is an ortnial. and displayed much interest ln an Irm. bridge con?trui.ted under hla son '? fcuircrvision. I, . i, t _:i Thi re h..* been flfl Inten hm: a qu< I to thi flpeei h '" whii h th< ' "han i lloi nf lhe Exi hequer his land campalgn >l Bfldford. Mr Prothero, agi nl of lh? i>uk.- ol Bedford, In a blttei ttncl on Mf Uoyd Qeorge'i propnaalfl, lald: "Offer the I'uke of Butherland Ct! an ecre f"r _.*??i.imhi j,,,. . ' hii Highland property and hfl w lll Jump at it " T Taklni up tius obaervatlon, tha Duke of Butherland, who l? Ihe roungeal I duke and tlM Mggeal land owner la Qreal Brltaln arlti ? Thli _ irue i arlll gtadl) seii two hundred thouaand acrea of land or more now un.hr d.-.-r lo lhe giivern : nn nl for Iwo poundi an a< ra. Thlfl ls Hardly above lhe 111< i ol pralrle , lami ln l'anada." Mr, Lloyd Oeorge h..s noa addreaaed ? latter to the -iuk. wlth regard to Indlrecl offi r. Thi I !ham flllor of th<- Excheguer Indtcatea lhal if the duke will writ-- to hlm "iti'i.iliv, stat the ' xaci nature i t Ihfl offer, he will tak? <are thal it I"- placed before Ithe proper ilepnrl ment with | vi. vv to U reporl being madi on the propoaal tfor tiu- conaldarntion <>f tlie govarn* Iment TORNADO IN SOUTH WALES I Men Killed, Tombstones Up rooted, Churches Razcd, l iu Cable lo Th. TrlbuM i London, Oct '-!?? a fltorra "f unpar* aiiei. d fiuy iwept through Bouth Walea, ..ri Monday night. The itonn leemfl to hav.. been of the trm- tornado type, a. v isilatioti very rnr<- in thlfl ..uinirv. Itfl markod chnmctarlatlc was a aarrow bell of deatructlon, enormoua damagfl being dom- ov. r a width of ahout 'JiKI yard". Churchea and rhapeli were raaed to the ground an.l many bOUflflfl utt.-rlv d.-molished. Two rm-n arere kllled an.' hundredl injured. i me man who wns kllled must have been ptcked up from the roa.iw.i-, lo thfl win.l and i arrl.'d 800 yarda bafora balng daahad to the ground. Bo terrlflc was th.- rush of wlnd in several villages that whole ?treetfl arere practically deatroyed, houses being unroofed and the wnllfl elther ahatti n d ..r earrli <i awa). M Treharris Oematary the chapel was deatroyed and the tombetone> torn hrom thelr foundatlona. Ai Abercynon flflM of thfl stre.ts was almost entlr iv demoliflhed. TO REPLACE INSANE KING Regent of Bavaria Oonsents to Assume Regal Title. P. rim, Oet 28 Hills w.-re Introduced to-dav in the Dtetfl of the Duchy ol Hrunswlck and the IflajdOIII of BaVaita for brlagtng to an end th.- only two regendei irletlng In flirmany thfll fll i?uke Johaaa af Meeklenhara-s,ihwerta o\er Hrunswlck and that Of Prlnce Lud arlg over Hii . nrl.. The Bavariaa Caatax mai tius marning and received the eonsent "f Prlnce Rtgogt LudWUJ to the Introductlon of a measure to make him King Bf Havarla ln piHce nf th.- In-arie King Otto. who sueceeded his father, Ludwlg, in IM and who has never known that he was a moriarth. E BUT THEY GET HIS S3.250 Ex-Saloonkeeper Plays Faro with "Millicnaires"?The Signal Goes Wrong. i PLUTOCRATS NOT SO EASY Liquorist, in Full Dress, Min gles with Them, but Not to His Proflt?One Arrested. I'onflilence <?arpes of r-anv klr dfl 8 rr. Baid to be known to th? karheepera ol Bayonne, arho taally racogalae them on Fi*?ht. Bat when patrtak J Brady, a re tlred Beluonkeeper, *.f Bo. i- Wi I kMh Btreet, Bayonne, was gtyen ? chaince to breah tha bank ol a fara gamebacked b) lag of mlUlonalre duba" Jhe offer ; .oi,.-.i mi gooii tr* l.t.n that h" turne*! over .1 layse part ol hls capital to taro romperattve itrangera. iv.-n after Brady loal IMM on the tura of a card ln still wanted to make another ventute in s| it" of the |dvtce of trlenda hi'.i was onlv paraoaded thal hta new ae* qualntancea arere eonndence men when he iaa on*- of Jhem aireeted b} Deputy Pollce i 'ommissioner [toogherty'a men Bradj then toM the a .?le atory. He um I I man vv lio silrl he wns ROheii W \\ ?ooilfonl. Bl Uelnioot I'ark. thre montha ago. Woodford, arho la about tiftv-tive y?_ra ..i.i saiii thal he llved In Moreemere, N, I. aeeaedlng te the pollce he '; alao known ??* wmiam S. Wr.r.lls Woodford ahowed Brady ? letter from a friend ln Havana arho he said araa the, faro dealer arorhtng for "a fltrlng of mlUlonalre eloba tbrooghoul the J>i< ettlee." Ten daya later Woodford latro* dliced Brady to the man from Havana anrl luggeated thal eaaj money mlgbt ba mada hv tha dealei ptaylng againat the b.mk with the aM of accomplli ea *l Brat ti..- dealer aeemed lo be Bboeked at the Mee *>r auch dupUelty. bnl vv;,- finally ided wiir-n -howti a bogua aeara* paper rtorj ol the death of the man who backi d the fltrlng of eluba Xhe dealer*a aerupiea being thua dla* poeed of, Bradj w *? ti11*-.i i.ut witti even? lng cl .tha- m tbal bfl mlgbl aria BOdally arlth the "milliona.r'>0," Bttd was taken .nvate houae ln Titn Btreet near ? .nt al i'ark Weet Bradj had only UA* with him. but, io- aald, Woodford i""J. hlm fXAtA io tl.at he COUM make fl d-r.-nt arager Then Woodford produced V>.'**> more and al ? algnal fr""i thr gealer they i th.. $in.ra?i on the turn *>f a eai_ Tbe BM.8M araa taei Thera araa aoaaa rrdataka ta ih*- aagnata. Brady araa per* Buaded. boarever, thal II araa onlv neeee* ,,.,,* |a h.iv I..tter Blg?Bta IO clean UO bandaornel) on ihr- gaaaa, and was f?.r plungtng agaln H? aaM thal Woodford amated hlm to ralae *',? >.<***. bul BnaUy aaM lhal ha had borrowed the money for him tiut muat hav- MM inter.-t In a<i ranee Brady i".t ap tha Intereel money and they areal J" the Pennaylvanla Bta* Uon t" beard a train toe wnshmgton. arherfl H araa eaptatned, ihe aooaai ot operattooa arafl thea eatabltabed. Aa tiir-v w.ie aboul t" gel en the train W.ford i" ? Ived vvmii tbal the Beeae h.i-i ihlfted to Chlcago, so thfl game araa off for that day. Bradj made an appolnt* rr*. nl aith h.s frlenda at the Hotel Knfc k* erhor k-r yeeterdaj afternoon, aml ln the naeanwhlta looh Jhe pollce Into his oeuft* .i..?... i >. t.. tlvea Dalj and Oegan mat Woodford and took blm to try hta lueh down -it Polli ? Headquertera CROWDS FLEE FROM DOG THAT BITES 3 CHILDREN Policeman Afraid to Shoot Finally Kills Animal with His Nightstick. a aanell relUra dog lhal araa frnthing al lha mouth daahed through lha erowda ln tha loarei part of Amsterdam a'<nue laal night flnapplng al Bvery peraon it paflarrt Three chiidren were bttten The anlmal w.is flnall] kllled vvttn Aeveral li..ws r.f ? pottaeenan'a alghtatlck. Douglaa Mlller, 'vv and ? haif reara oi.i, of Ko. i Is* w.st *JTth Btreet araa arltb his mother arhea tha <h>n Jumped et him at llth Btreel aml Ml Mm In 'he ltp. The Bcrcamlng of aromen frlghtened ihe anlaial away aad II thea attacked Tony Melono, four yeara old, of Nrr |g| Weat 17th atreei Mra Me* ..". tha boy't moth? er, kickr'l the dog off. hut not unttl it had torn the liov's loft hand, .'harles ll.ihn. five vears olrl, of N". tl I AnMi'i ilam ave? nu,, araa lha fln.il rlctlm of thfl <i<>?t. whl. h aanb its teeth into the roungatei lefl toraarm. Patrolman Herman Ludennan, one of the new jiollcemen In the dlslrlct. drew hls revolver, but dared nol Bhoot becauas af the number of chiidren and otberearound ii,- managed to drive the antiaal inio a corner. lt Jumped at him anil he hit It wlth tlM btttt end of hls revolver. Mill fearlng to shoot, he drew hls nlprhtstlr-k anrl as th.- gog leapod at him again hr' Btruck it mi th?- head. II waa*- daaed by tin- blow, arhleh I...*1lerman followed ap wlth several more until he was satlsflel the anlmal was dead, Dr. Whitm.irk, of llowei Hospital cautariaad tha vvounrls of the thre,- chll *iren ami advlaed thal thej he taken to the Paateur Inatltnta fnr ireatment. Th< Uxlv of thfl tfOg was sr.it to the Itoa.rl of Health for examination. SMALL BOY_SRAIDA SCHOOL Seven Arrested While Quarrel lingr Over the Spoils. Seven amall Itallan boya, arlth Jhe aid of an axe, ralded the clus.srooms of I'uhlii Behool 20. Unloa aveaoa and Kaap atreet WllllamahurSi earlj reaterdaj morning. They apened tha desks of teachers and puplis ami aacaped with .. braaa ciock, rubber imiis. knives, achool ataitlonary and manj other things. Miss Matllda C S. Rrooks, the principal, caBed up thfl pollce of the Medford avenue station and detecttves were soon on the caaa Th*- seven bo-ya, who Bihnlllad the rald, were foimd OJ?UTalllng over the spoils In a lot near the s.hool They were arrested and later sent to the I'hll dren's So, lety as Juvenlle dellnquents. The chiidren deserlbed themselves as Dnmlnh'k anrl (Jluseppl Hramata, ten an.i alevoa reara *>i*i. of No, ?_?*; Ricbard* son street; ,i*ihn and Antonio Seierl**. twelve aad Jhlrteen years old, of No. 38 Prom street; John anrl Antonio RrlKlin>. "leven and thirteen vears old. of No 2'J lilehardson street, and Joseph Deflner. fourteen years old, of No. 719 Lorlmer sireet. _-_=-=-==_== The conspicuous feature of Equitable Building space is its spaciousness METAPHORICALLY speaking, space in the Equita? ble Building runs sixteen ounces to the pound. By this we mean, that whatever space you lease in the Equitable Building, every foot of it can be utilized. There is no deadwood in the* shape of impractical, inconvenient, cramped, crowded, catacornered layouts. Obviou. ly, this is a big consideration, for it means that you do not have to buy one foot of space more than is absolutely neces? sary to conduct your business. And the bigger you are and the bigger the space you need, the bigger is this consideration to you. Leaaes nov being made from Mai/ 1, 1915. The building, Aoir ever, ia due lo be completed 2 or 3 month* ahead of thit date. Equitable Building Temporary Office, 27 Pine Street *m;!*,-WJ-.e?-.i--i TANGO Day in london Lady Ashby St. Legers Starts New Olub at the Carlton. [ H\ CabU ", Th" Trihur-.-. I London, Oct US.?I.ady Ashby St. Legera, with Alfred de RothachUd and Othera, etaited a tango dansant duh to.,|;,y in a lUXUfioUfl room in the Carl ton. Thfl Du.hess of Mamhester, Lady Portarllm ton and Mrs. Ceorge Hoklfl WOTth gave "tango t-as" thlfl after* noon. Thfl London Opera Ifouee started to* gay tango tea mattneee, and the tan_o company nt the Queena Theatre began a series Of flying trlpfl tO nearby BIO i incial towna. To-da.v is c.rtamly .angn day In I.on don. i_.- i SPANISH CABINET AT WORK King Doubts Loyalty of Cer? tain Prominent Politicians. ? nv CUMi in T*1"' Tilbem l Madrid. Oct 28.?Thfl new Cablnet met to-.hiv and began Itfl promls-d at* templ to reorgnnlM thfl govenunent on more conflervaUvfl llnee, but the prog? ress made was small. it appaan car* tain that the appotntment of new gov ernora for all the provlncei arlll prnva a long draw n OUl operatlon. Admiral Mtranda, Mlntater of tha N'avv. refligned thls morning. hut liis friend* peratiadad him to withdraw hls rcflignatlon. ln an interview with a prominent member of the royal houae the state* menl was made thal the King reulizes thi s.riousii. ss of thfl situation and ln conversatlon expresses his doubtfl as to thfl loyalty of certain polltldang, ea pr?Ing thfl view that in a short time aome of thfl apgfluantly moal ardent monarchlsts will bfl thfl ni.un BUppofi , f the Bpaniflh republic The situation is still regarded as very serious. ROMAN PALACES DUG OUT Network of Pipes and Drains Found by Professor Beni. Rome, Od -? Profeeaor Beni, who i_ carrylng oul eacavatkmi ln the rulni on the PalaUafl HUI. has loeatad the bn* perial palacei "f Mere flnd Callgula (Caiua Cwiar), and alao thal <.f Pamltlan, Of i sllghtly lat.r period, the foundation of th" Impedal throne being uneovered The excav.itois hav.- eOflM upon seven boueee <>f the Republican epach, a com* plleated network of plpefl an.l drains. and ...ihiiI circular rooms ut ln th- tufa ?tone an.i Itned with plaater t<< pi-otc.t from dampm m DENIES C. P. R. BRIBERY Austrian Minister Knows of No Special Fund. Vi. nna, Oct. M Al the ii.'plrv oi' the ?peetal eommlttei late the imlgratlon s. aiidni to-dav tne Mudsier of Cmini.-i ?'. . n bflhfllf of th,- |OV< rnmeni. denied i> ports that th.- Caaadtaa Padfle RaOwaj had proviileil th. government with a 1>" liti.-al lun-l. ii,? also repudiated any knewtedga ot an alleged ii*?t ot Deputtei In alllance with the i 'anadlan PacllW . AUTO KILLS BOY AT PLAY Driver Unable to Stop When Lad Dashes in Front. Flfth avenue helng close! to trarhV be ? iiiise of the Temmeny parade last even? ing, Henjamin Newman. of N'o *__' ilravesend avenue, Hrooklyn, drlvlng an ;. utornohlle owned hy Joseph l-'ran. kman. of N'o. If, W'.st |#7th street. um .1 I'ir.t avenue on his Joiirney toward l-.th street. He found the road clcir until he got ti SM street, where a crowd of boys Wai runnlng h.-ok and forth across l-'list ave? nue with flags and paper lanterns that had been left from a political rally. Newman kept his horn active anl slowed down, hut one of the lu.vs flUlftfld .-o-ross the street without looklng to ?e lf the road flrafl clear Newman could not aalt tn tirne to aacapfl knocking the boy u. wn and runnlng over hlm. BOOM of th.- lad's companlons ran tow i.ni rh.- car end older persons gathered thraatflalngly, bo that wh.n PoUceman Manwnrlng arrlved he had to |gh( his Way t<> N'Winari The boy had been almost iiiM.intl killed. \fter hls bed] had bflfln removed in th.- automobile to the Baat IIM street atation Miss Kthel llayes, of No. ._;< '.?last .:>:ld str.-et. identified hlm flfl Pianctl Hellsteln. thirtevn ve.us .,|.|, of No. lll Beat n.id street. KflwaMU. arafl pflrmlttfld to go. VANDERBILT WORLD TOUR Mr. and Mrs. Alfred O. Expected To Start This Winter. I Hy Telritraph tu Tlu Ti ihune. ] Newport, Oct. M.?Mr, and Mrs. Alfred <? Vanderbilt, who are expected to re? turn from the Adlrondacka here tius week. are said to be planning a trip around the, world. startlng late this winter. and occupvmg about u vear and fl half. Durlng their absence, il ti understood. the Vanderhllts will have a steam yacht I'onstrueted. KRUPP DISCLOSURES BEGIN Court Adjourns Suddenly and Witness's House Is Searched. Herlin. Oct. 28.?At the resumptlon to dav of the trial of Otto Kcetus and Mixl mllian Brandt. of the Krupp concern, on a charge of hrlhlnu officials, Herr von Metzen. formerlv chief repre.entatlve ln Herlin of the Krupps, took the w1tn*?s stand. He testlfled that hls employer? were aware of the nature of Maxlmlllart Hrandt's actlvltles for several years, anl swore that upon taklng over hls post |n H.rlln. 1n 1W9. he called the attention of the flrm to the dangers of Hrandt's _ub t.-rranean work. the nature of whleh had heen explalned 10 hlm hy OttO Kcrius in. Herr von Schuetz. the witness's prede .'? S. OT . He add.d that he hnd wlthheid ht.? cor? respondence wlth the tirm for the purpo*-* <>f rslng lt In sulng the Krupps on ac? count of hls dismlssal from thelr service The correspondence, he deelared, wflflM prove to th.- hilt that the entlre dlrecto rate or at least many of the dlrectors ef Krupps were aware of what was irofmc on. He said Hrar.dt had been excluslvely employed in the preparation of secret re? ports, and that when he presented Ml expense accounts for monev spent during hls lntenourse wlth army offlcer. th? flrm substltut.d a lump sum and enteret it as ?'expens... of representatlr.n" when Vaa Met/.-n de,-iin* d to put hls slgna'ure on the vouchers. Von Motaon'l testimony was. of course, ln llat contradlction to that given bv varlois dlrectors of Krupps, and the pro? duction by hlm of the first of a seriej ,>f lUbetanUatlng letters whleh had passed between hlm and the flrm was a surprl... to th.- proeecutioa, whi.-h had euadut'fld the preliminary examinatlons of Mt Kr ipp dtrecton in Ignorance of ihls cor reepondenee. Tiie co .rt nf'erward adjourned lh. hearing and dlrected an immodlati leaiflh of Herr eon Metaea'i house in order \g dlacover what further surprises he rrvga'. have In re.-erve. [MINE EXPLOSION WARNING INVENTED IN GERMANY Whistle Sounds Automatically When Air Is Charged with Gas. Herhn. o.t. 2v- An apparatus for the prevention of exploslons ln mines nll .1. monetmted to-day by Profflaaar Fnu Haher, director of the Institute of Physt cal rhemlstry. In the arflianefl ef Kmperor Wllliam at the annual BMOtlng ef tli? Emperor william gdenUfle PoundatMa. I The apparatus comhines thfl principles Ot I the Davy and electric lamps and has be?n I tried .ilrea.lv In the government mine. Many s. lentists in Germanv hav. ?*. I end. .ivorlng to Invent such an apparitus sir ce the Kmperor in October la-t 't*r ?uggeated th.- Mea, Professor Haher his named the ap I paratUfl "the flre damp whistle." It Ofl* fltfltl of a pair of whistles. one supptie with normal air and tlu- other with mtn< air and It uives an unmistakahle Id tttt wh.n tbfl dang. r polnt ln the mlne atmof phin li flpproflJihlng a ITALIAN ELECTION FIGURES Cabinet Sure of Working Ma? jority in Chamber. Rome. Ofll .s. offlcial returns from ths g.neral dections held throughout ltsl. on Sunday hear out the predlettOM that the govenunent wouM ebtala a urgs mi Jorlt: . The returns show lhe ele, tion of .!<) I.ioerals or Ministerlalists. 7 COflflB*R. tuti.iii.il Oemocrats. . Moderate*. 49 R_di cals, 3i> Intransig. ant So.-iallsts, B Re* fornii'd Socialists. IL' Hepuhlicans ari'i I Cl.rlcals. The results in .S constituencies have not y.-t heen made public. while Iii .* con? stituencies a s.con.l ballot wlll he held next Sunday. BOdaHetfl >'ained a number of tl.e seatl lod l y th.- Republicans. thus the Bl* tr. mists remaln practically the same S* ln lhe previous House. FRENCH AVIATOR KILLED Military Airman's First Fligh Alone Proves Fatal. Rheims. Prance, Od 28 Aneuaa 1'rench armv avlator. Quarterma*ter ser? geant Chnal, WU killed here to-dav Hl had only recently become a pupll flf H milltary aviation school. and wll fl'"" aloie for the flrst tlme His nmriopl**** tiad reached a height of Iflfl feet when** made a sudden lunh to the slde and *?* aviator was thrown out and kllled, The d.ath of Canal is the 34.1-1 fat-Uff m tbe annals of aviation and th>> l-5* ?Ince the beglnning of the present y??r UNWEDDED, MAY BE DEPORTEP Paris Merchant and Companion H tained at Wife's Request. Krnest Kleftherion. Greek merchant. J I'aris, Krance. confeaeed to the \*e*M~ gration authorities when thev asked V* lf the woman registered on the flj cabln list of the Kioiiprinr.essln .'?<*??* ln yeaterday from Hremen. was actuil" Wfldded to hlm. He was highly ladMj nant when Informed that he would hl* to go to Kllls Island untl! a special bofl? of inqulry could decide upon hls case. The authorities became suspU''01" * Kleftherion wh.n the> received a o**\ message from one who signed herself * Mrs. Kleftherion. In Parl->. asklng tbeU to return her husband to her as lOOfl * POaelble, He and hls companion ?j probably be deported when t^e <-'eCl ?aill next week. tl wis said al th* '*'* yesterday.