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HIS TREASURY EMPTY,
HUERTA RAISES CASH ?Mexicos Financial Condition Serious, but the Limit of Its Taxation Capacity Nowhere Near Reached. NEW SOURCES OF INCOME AVAILABLE Well Informed Financiers Tell The Tribune s Correspondent the Dictator Can Hold On for at Least the Rest of the Present Year. I i;- run n n r vrriiiv ?j , ?? \i;,r. h It For many j Bid In Washington ? - i ;, -, - administration i* crum- j t ling; that hla army is continually h? m- I tj b> the rebels, who have I whatever city mar. he?l ?against, and that the | Isional President is doomed to re through decraaaini financial m - rcea j; we n i?" am "f thi? finan? i.rl weakness thai Praetdeni Wilson hoped j . Huerta overthrown. Waehington powerful Influen?ai to block all j ?sed loam? by European nations. ? : m . i - > ? r ? ?tr :-" i v> ' pi for r? f? ??? ?mail advances. Presidenl Wilaon ! particularly pleased when, on Jen? 1. Huerta failed to meet the bond Interest, and ?' was heii?\ed in Wneh . ,n tir?t i,ii definitely indicated ? the end was at hanci. in con?er?uence of Tresulen' Wllaon'S faith m th" polK.v or financial starva I "n. th?- question of how ions; Hueii ? ? \ will bun and whether lie will l?e i-, gat more becomes paramountly Important. i While it i.? true thai Huerta Is em? . to ti e 'M' nt 'hat he ii?.v i eeds read;- cash i?? take cars of hlfl ? need ? tally to buy muni? . which are obtained abroad, where the manufacturera Insist on cash pay ? hla finan? Lai ??-.liapse is distant a careful Investigation shows that, ; ;-"r management, within the ?- of 'h-? ablllt* of Mexican finan? ? crs, Huerta ?an obtain ail ths mom?) i,, needs without resorting to extraer? If the or?linai> legit? - .'f taxation fail. Hu?rtS ? an resori to nee of ti-^t cur and then enforce unreasonable ?pxi-s to el.tain great sums sufn i< ni to carrj ?-n the campaign ind??fl Can Hold on Long, Naturally, if Huerta wen? to oppress the people too heavily he would speed bocome so unpopular that thi3 would lead to bis ultimate downfall. and at th" same tune bring I in OH tht erthi less, under any ,i - imatances deaim?* with the linancial ? -non and r.", considering the possi rl t) Of aasai lea or 8 steal rebel ? " other ui.f xpe? ted e\ent, llnoria It certain to hold OB for a long it la iio conaenaus ?-f ??pinion ? he sit na ?up!"mats and ?lams that Huerta has nut yet. ? '"iii <?f all lu.? r?sout? ?-s The Mlnistet of i rum s Befior ?le i.a | '.a'n-t. '?- working on new pians to ta!?.e "f the future The establishment I Federal i'ank was recentl* pro-?] :. with ths view of Issuing |40O,?j """""' ' pam r mono: , b .i this is i" i.. Lama eat loi v. hathei it | riser to turn to other ! He is t hink? ? VILLA STRIPPED OF CIVIL POWER < "ntlnu-d from flr.l pa??*. : n Enrique's ranch ? low Paiafox. Mr. larretl there found thi body, with a! ? r \ srgara, ! s ho had i notified to oms ami : be body. I Mi Oai ret? ?vaa Informed that a] m ? pai 1} "f Vergi i ? tri? nds had ; ? i a ? Ja. ni , ex i ?-i thi .I) and brought it a?i"sg Mi Oarreti i dd that the Texas . . bad i?" hand in bringing the . er, but went the a to \.? s it " notified a.?? he v. .? ? ?.. ? War < ;ai i ison r?ece ed ?..-?la?, from Brigadier General Taakai commanding tin? American ?t>r,\ei forcea, the followiiig report on . B by < SptSJn n r. Howard, of the |4th !'nit??<l State?, a , a i Inveatigation shows Vergers was -n fro", ths Hidalgo comotsry on leturdU) Bight ' relativas of Ver .a-a and hired Mexicana ?aptuin Sly no Texas Kanu- ? d the hot.'? i. He im-t at a landing OPPOSitC San i i - derts set < 'oui et ? on morning. ? onvery brought the bod) to Laredo '?" p. m. ',?, Sunday. He statea , ? ?? no i gas of burns on ths fo ir billet bolea. Ne, k liaf'-d ! .? not ' i?*?? n Hod .'? u, !. bl ' pantS mat' h ? oat >ft at home by ver*-*:* Idsntlflratlon snsrai i ? i B ' i:i eo\ si of bod na,?) to have i saj H "M.er-in-'aw of Vergara, 11'?" Bod i-? log li'i'l ?t te?)ue??i ?.r Adjutant ?j?rt.eial Hutcblngfl No fx I'en ? ? i'-','.tin from Consul '.arrett and '.?i? i satlafled the otSeutlt ttel ...i been ? ommitted bj national ? n> ? ??-. in ilolatiofl "f Mesh an sign! m ?i thai if there vaa any >t.<- removal of the i??d> from ? mm tted by Indi? ? '? thai thf matter ? ""Id not ? ? ? s terna tional Iseue, < ? aa stated that he -? - ladertaks la praaa* uta tii*r pargoM Ing of readjusting the pro\isions of ? teal e:tatc lax. which is based mi i i ome. it - ? ed to regulate I 'a . ai? ording t<> the ai i uai ? si ?? ihe property. With proper readjui men'. BUCh a t.ix would IncrCS if ? nue fully .?*i.Mhh?.?m?ii. Another source ?>i legitimate tax?t! a'hich would no' tx oppreesivs lies an Income tax at reaaonable ratea, ??< tins would produce another $15,000,(11 Most of the reports touching on I ? onditlon "f the Huerta finan? ? a a true. His treasury is nearly ?nip ami th.- government is struggling mak?? both ?nils m., i. However, ii condition Improvei da. bj da; iwcaii of the fa? t thru ?t |g not necessary lay mit as mu? h mone? as th< - required in the beginning Cost of Munitions, it la estimated thai munitions t the army cost the government (:? 11,250,000 ?" $1,(00,000 a seek, T government estimates that it weel hill for ammunition amounts to som thing; lesa than that. The governm? estimate ? ? iy- in? ome "ri>?-s the amou a? iboul 4?, .."un."?m a year. Tl ii i" be exaggerated b) ai least |6,000,0< There must also be considered ?'to aar expenditures, But should the del ? it prove '" be even $16,000,000 a yea it is entire!?, possible thai the goveri rr.ert can obtain s?fflet? m funds throui further taxation, a? It is m>\?. \i< r.1? has not lieeu taxed ? f-i to an' ihn t?- ar ils limit. Another necessary cpnaideration thai the Federal troops in man.' plac? ?r. par?! through lo? al taxation. H commanders or thess branches of tl arm: forcing loans. Tins i? ? government <?f a great burden, but makes the government very unpopuli in the affected ? omn nitie*. '!' e government 4 chief BOUrc? "'HiU'' lie the customs, which him in $'.'7 000,000; the Internal Stem ? ,. - which produce $11.000.1. an the federal taxe* on the mining of gol and ?'!?si. and ?in tobao o, el? oh I, < ot ton. pen?.1? uni. etc., which bring I I . C .n Last Out the Year. w hile i bis schedule seems I the ? tuation appt ??i rosy, Meal? ancle! - ? reall) Bei loua, bUi i" ?o s? i ?ou? as tu point i" H ? ? d< ? nial!. At least, t!i .-? i? th? opinio ii" thorough); understan tin- situation, h is generall) here that Huerts will surel) j ear out, unit m tome nen and :- taken sgainsl him i", fon ? j-r ids "f Mexi? " One feiture of the situation is ths when Huerta staited taxing some ? atfhiei ??? i peai sful state* l '?ii for tin- lack ?..f mom j froi tlld- )?..,! i i States, an?! found OUl th" ,!,,. ,"..-i burdened ? ommunitii a wei tin ning .it^rcn'-i tmn he r? . tima kept - m i"" who obtained 'i?<' body, even ? | knew their ideiitii\. which i?e ?i-i not beyond the fact eatabllahed by Genera >. - - r? sport thai the) were cii llian and probahly Mexnans. The finding of the body of ?/Organ lias liad the result of advancing th proaecutlon of the claim agalnai th Huerta go\ eminent for repara lion, an? hiv Hi j an >? nt to-day ths n pon from ?'"iibiii Oarrett to Charg ? ? 'sin? ughneas). m Mexico City, it i nui. t stood that the priman put pos? ?? ?,, diaproi?? 'he original allege tam ?,f ti,e Mexi? ''h Federal i om ? , ' .\ evo Laredo 1 hat V*i rgan had m?:" bis eecepe from captivity I anil lolned Ihe ? 'onatlt ut;"fiai,si4. With 1h*- bod) m e* Idem e, as soon .1 further facts as to the charactei ?' Vergara's fata! wounds aie ?i? ? ope? ? ' itigs 1 "H ?;?? ernor ? 'olquit la now making, Mr. ? ?'Shaighn? oe prepared n> ?aii on General Huerti t?, redeem his promise i" punish thi j sders ofllcers who kiiie.i Vergers VERGARAN0T T0RTUREC Examination of Body Discredit Story of Burning. Laredo, Tex., ?March 10 Reports ths Clements Verg?re, the ti?xh>? ranchmai who was lured a,i.,ss tue border lut? Mexi? o and killed, had been tortured he ; toro be was slain were exploded h??ie 10 day. When aa examination of the bod? I v ?irfti- ofl iais disclosed that Vergara'i left hand had not been burned, a? ?ar' tais ?' ?' genders of th* Stat?* f'.anneti . reported 'ihe ssamlnatiofl was mad? ??? Btat? ? ran? ?;?i??ta! Hear) Mutehlaga, 1 ?ii?. presence of th* American Consul, a B ?.arrelt. captan ganders .ml Others ;i v4>?4 lira Vergara. the wtelow, ?.?ii? paid tiie $4111 -..i th, recovary of bei n m band 1 beds ?' I Hill, V'argara'i Ibrothei In law, ample sd the man, act' Ing) it la Midi as m* widow's agent Th? sa fsets s si e admitted to ? 'in? name? of tiie men win? pecurei th? bod) are iipiiis; kept secret, for feet some or them might be kiii??i k?.ih< ,.r tht paxXy live In Mexico and others rloae t?t the boundary ilne. , e ? ' - "The Click of th? Latch" is th? tit I? of a remarkabl? law court story hy I Gurdan Edwards in th? Sunday M??|.t I -in? ot" Th? Tnbun? n?xt Sunday. It ha? to do with th? latest plausibility of n*iovin?*j picture?, used ?n ovidanc? in the att?mpt to convict th? political idol of ? town of grafting. It is a thrilling tala, and would be porular m tht '".?"i I'srniH.li 'federal troops MUTII Garrison at Pachucho Tui City Over to Rebels. ? i? ?,. . > . *,-. -...,. M ircl ?? .. ' porta ???? ? , ?i ?pa nuca. ' api) ? Bti te Hidalgo, has mutinied. Imp! ?Boned ? ?? ?i i,.,ii.-.? the rebels, turning cltj over to the < nstli tlom at Native i,! ??' ? - in the mini are Pa? im. a are reported to I ? I a b the thousand going ?uto city, clamcring for arms wltl which e\ I Sgslnsl the H im rta go ernnri? I C/VRRAiMZA ON LONG MAR( Rebel Chief Leaves Agua Prie Overland for Juarez. : Bj . i agraii lo :n.- 1 r ?Inmm i Agua ?Prieta, Mexico, March Id, -< thousand troops of the Conatltutiona arm) of Sonora left here t?o-day, ovarla for Jusrea, a? ting under orders oi Gene , Carra?as. To-morrow one tho issnd n* ?will lesve tor Jusrea snd wii '?'? ?? o pa a led i,- General Carranaa and hi- at) ' i he probably v? III be ten da - makl I the Joui n? ? ', Gen? ral Can ansa will nu entire dietanct ol mor? than thi . ,< m||( . ?The reb41 ? hlef la ?ho ln| the attain undei s hi? h he ha ' for nwntha. Hla once srscl figure is ?be deep lines H.e m ins face and he fait? in he- sp? ?. h .? nd in bis ? ill? -???? COLQUITT BACKED BY GOV. HAINE Maine Lxecutive One of I.an Number Who Indorse Texas Governor's Course. By Teleara Mai it 10 Mo'? m?. ongei ? ? all to wall fei tha! P" v ,,, \\ .ish. igton toa ? up to the o .'i ig -- ' ? h.?s permltt? , win. h should ha e been i topp o mont igo ?de ?leo? \VI Ile l i rob I ianj pollti? :'i -i ? i .m, t i. i- e that 1 I ,.;. i aitual ... traal o he wa) *? ? ,l .-anilla' '' ' lbs SI , the Philippini ?? " |fl ;, I..?' I - till ....... . William T. H.? ' of. Malm ? ' '?" i ei h?" ? 'olquitl ??' Texas. 1 that have ?.red oi ?frai ilal Ins i h? Uo ei nor and ,, . the reco?*ei Sara. K\ ? ;?,. .?i noi i leorg? ? oi ??? M? xi. ?.. aa i ?pi esentativi oi set eral hui ? dred ? of El Paao. aa ?Ye Is of 1 "lam ? e that your < i be adopted ' ? othei -. T ? fexico? b? " liearl ii doi se stronglj ? sin? .i*. ?rlian reported eetei ,;,. . the inabilil ? ol thi i snge to a '? ; ' ?i? ?.? hi . ffe? i uall> ? - ?done, because of the s ?. era ..,!" ?"' i.eel ved roi poait iom to . largei lei ... thi tal ? il* hoi ? ' * ' ;, ijthoi itles will provl? ?? ?Strl? guard a i ni m, reaae th? lose a arding a possibilit) I '? nd , | ictiol Govern?.i ,n t ma at ? ??? i close) : .m?.i bj si 'huert/Tdropsbank plat Cabinet Finds the Schein Would Hurt Business. R ? ??fter the ? ab net m< etlng to-da nenl di ? . ?i to drop th? i ? to the < ontiuvio that the bank coi I no! ..?it mjin j to vi ited inten a the fn thi t ers, t h e pr< l onald ? i ? ? .tion 4? it iposed ba nk the go ? simply be pa ? m-- t.? ? ? itself l financial circles I) Ii e? ognii ? done airead tnik ..i this i".. ? t. the busine- ? 11 i tlon having m it w ? . pre. ii is announi ?d : ha! ?' . ? ' LETS AMERICANS ARM _ ' Carranza Issues Permit t( Those in Yaqui Country. i . ,:i? i J El Paao, Tes, M .? i; l< 1 .:<> igh th? effoi i. ot the agent <;. ? ? brothers, ?General ?Carransa ! Issued a i?-1 mil for Amei lesns II? the Ysqul country ol ?Sonora to tal??' li and ammunition t?. protect i ? ! families am-i their prop? * from I 1 raids ? : The onl? si p Isiion mad? by Carransi | Ii i hat *?'??? .? hing to arma shall fil ai ?? :ure a writt? i pe? ni : from hin o f i ?? ? thoria? \ '---i.i.ii,' ?? FIREMEN ARE BURNED OUT Rockefeller's Company's House Practically Destroyed. ?Tire practically destroyed the HM04) fire hous?? m R >.- ie ii?-,?,? Compsn?. generally I referred i?. as John i> Ro? kef< liei i eom psny. si Pocantlco Hills ?/esteros after? noon 'i hi bu Iding ? nol far from 'he it?-. w hen thej disco ered th? fis mea ihe ni*?ii quit kly ran out th< n? H -? mobile ?ripin? irhleh was recent !? | nente.1 to tiietn bj Mr. Rockefeller. 'i hey then turned theli attention to as?? ins -.ii.- building, bul the ?aiii.-.s im.i made sieh headwa.? and rere fanned t>\ so ?trou?? ;, ? ind thsl the tl emen arei ? in nhie t.. aa ?? their ow n building Word a aa aent to tl ? Ro? | ? f< j tste, and I la ip? rlnt? nd? nl ? enl all avaiUbla men to the aid ol the fire fight? era ST. LOUIS FIRE TOLL 45 j Thirty five Bodies Still in Ruins ?$1,300,000 Recovered. Bl l^ula, ?March ?3 Ten bodies had i '??'',l '" "'?? ""' lab to da: from the rulni ? Athh tic i lub, a hi? h aras "?"i bj fir? - .M- Monda) m.ni i ?f 'i" ae thrs4 sen ??.i by fli ? ? n to 'I ne oil .i -. ? ,-., v?. -,. I| ' IV? I. Id? null? -, I i ?m t ' fivi more bodli ? ar? asid to be In ihe ? ulna, msl Ini the t? tal death l-i fort) f e ?Several .... - a m ? lapa? bel. i he i ulna ai.pli tel ? i plotn d, ,. nd 11 la fesred thai man) of lha bodice nava 1 \?ill be recovered 'l ? - ? .. .ii - nl th? Bo? ti i? n Rank, -. hid.ipli -i pari of tha but ? - ?! I - a overed in ?la and found in ?. ' \. . i . - ?.nd ru i. ii? ?-? :. r< m " ' .1 t" i. , .,i , it net ro i.'? ?. thi sill In kept ismi.i iiy DROP OFFER TO AID SIEGEL AND VOGEL Friends of Bankrupts De? cide to Withdraw. Pend? ing Grand Jury Action. DEPOSITORS WILL LOSE, COUNSEL SAY May Get Only 5 Per Cent of Their Money?Indictments Expected Some Time To-day. Conceding the danger of the indict? I ment of Ment' Bieget and Krank K. Vogel far making, falae statements In ,, .]. r to obtain ?-redits for the Bl -? stores, exclusively announced In The Tribune yeaterday. the friends ofthoei men have withdrawn th? lr offer to pa) ?-r.ii.iMN? in cash to the depositors in th?- hank of Henry Biege] A Co. Tins means the abandonment of the plan bi which the depositors were to receive 3t per cent of their claims In ?ash at ome and note?? payable In fl\e ?.ears f?ir the halante. Abandonad, alaa, la the pian of these friends and relatives ami mercantile ? ?-editors i?? pin 1700.000 Into a new .,,, poratlon to take over and manag? ti-?- two stores. Stores Must be Closed. ?? - matters stand the affairs of the ..\eiai firms and ?roi-p?tH*atlons must. now be liquidated in bankruptcy and ? i,- ttoi es ? loa? d pe? manant Ij. ?*??' i ording t" iaw.\? ra foi the depos I protective committee their dienta can hope for only 23 to -."??'? per ?rent at most In caah at the end of three yeai i, ? ?, the chancei fa oi ing tht lr recel* - l ? than ?*? i?? r ce nt Indi? tmenl of those in* ol ? ed In thi .- ?el failure expected I! Is aftei - i oon. Thla a? : Ion a ill b ? bas? d upon i i< m.? on a hi' h met? anille ? redil was ' "int: d in one inatam e, !! was r the ?!:?? !? pan? j ix tween ths a? tual ' ondition of th? i orporation ob taining the loan end the statemi nt a ? - 11,70(1 000, the Btati nent ehoa Ing ?? in ?*i ?..ii p] is ,, > r liabilities ami the ,- Hi it. The d< lion to abe ndon bol h reha itat ion plans, a hi? h were i losely , o ked, was n ?t? hed lar? , ?ter das afternoon, when WiH'am n. Cald? v. I'll, presid? r' of the IK p"? tot Ri ? "i, < '.'i poral Ion, a ? ompanj ..in,.,i r,, handle th?- settlement with i -. nt etter to i I'm afel? I ? . i ? ? r for the hank, . i -i-.i ge ? '. Holt, i" w hom 11,.- matt i w .?s re?? i n d as a 11 master m ecjultj <?' the United states i ?(strict Court "in view of ti?.?" oppoeition on part Of ?"in- ?'I' 'he depositors i?. the eptai.if the offer <?f settlement ? .i h? i-' '"i? ii?;. of legal pi". ? ling h threaten i" Interfere with the IMaslbllity of Messrs. Siegel and \'o-*..'i i performing the obligation of the d< ferred payments, their friends and rel? atives, making the contributions for mei 1er It feai Ible i?? ?. an. out ' i ? pi "?.'"'-it Ion undei Listing cii 'i. anees." Must be Free to Work. r? to ' e this -. John i!. Plat :, "i ? 'hi ago, a ir> ? .n, :?, Nea ! i rk i" .?> i ange I o pa; ? i,.? "?4,~?O.O00 to the deposito) - and tin- mono* subscribed by Chicago ; "' Si? gel an?! \ <<po\ to the fund ?'? i ?. atablish i he Btoi ? New York for Philadelphia. Hs Is not ? ?. ? t?. ret urn I" \iw V?i k ? "ni- letter of Mr. ? 'aide ell, as i read n " sdid LtOuifl 8 i.- . of Stan? hfleld .?. i.".?, ??'un-'.i for Siegel, Vogel and others Involved m th failure, "means ictl) w hat ,t aaj.-. 'i i ? offer is '?? n hdraa n i?? ause of 't he pi nden? ? ? - ' .i ami,?i ? ' i.n .fthe ?? m< ii nt?? ?? kept ' ' ' ? next i -\ ?> ? eai * oi more fight Ing ' i num..' pi?" ? edlngfl ? r?? m,,i4f- ?j.'ini ?m ih.? promise ;?' pa the notes 'ha' would be given ?' would ?i ' ?"i Biegel and \ og< 1 t., work and earn the money, if the* did not earn the money their last stagi would in- as bad as the first the IS iMMi depositors would still he clamoring ?"l- It,',i ' ' t I,' ' v. OUld Ii"! ha - ,. t,, fi?, ,. a man under indi? im? nt ami on uni has troubles enough t.i take up his .nd '? ?? ' ?? i "ii" fur business. "Aa ii is. i nor an) laa ?, ? r m ->oi -'"Ii Of hiS s.-lise:- WOUld BdviSS hiS client '" Indorse $1 WO.OO0 ,,i- si 7;,., 001) of notes Ina! he knew he would be unable i?> pa) becauib of being de? , pti???1 <'f a ? hence i<> earn mone) i?> meet them with " Lucky to Get 10 Per Cent. I am soi 1 -. to lui VS to SS] It," --aid Ralph Wolf, of 11?' i, Hirahfleld ?? Wolf, "1.'us means 1 hat 1 he , 1, ,\ tora "f i he bank will be luck) :f the ????t i'? per , .-m of their - in mi?. a n't s,\ per 'i m m the 2,800 cred. Itors our Arm representa thai answered ? ur tiueries wers in favor of accepting. The rots ?as 1 319 in favor of accept? ing and ?tT against. 1 won't say, though thai 1 am ?ery mu'h rat-prised Prom the Mart i re? alised thai delays were dangerous .uni that the nois) minority nn-rtu succeed ?i making ?<-? much noise thai the ??ff? ? would f a i I. " BAR ELECTS WICKERSHAM Former U. S. Attorncv General Head of Lawyers' Asiociation. rjeorge W Wickersharn fo?riaer United j Btatea Attorne) Oemeral, ws elected dem of the Bai ^asoeUtion of th* ' - ol St s Voik 'a-' night at a meeting ??i Hi.? Bsaociation, m No. n Weal ?itii street. Mi \\ Ick? 1 ham ??us . hoaen unai?..noualj to mi th.- vacancy rauaed r. 11,? rastgnsthM of William B Horn? j I, .,?.\??i Thli !? ? ? ? .? m? nl?? ? aren .,,1 nltted, smoog ? ii?.n. were 1 shot u ard Pai k Commissioner, and Lawaon ?Tuidy, presl d< nt of tin Tas M...n?1 Mi W 1. keraham rnade ?? ;.., 1 eddr? h thanking ti,, ? 1 -t "t, ? m. hundred snd gfty members ? , ' ' m ? ?"ii ?Iberl H Wsrd mad? an add -| ,ir l*i Im 11 * and u.n 1 ..??.?. ?,| the ?tat? -i ? t,, .,.,., ,? 1 . r ? 1 ? to tin. icieetlan ??! .1 ?? 1 k? FIRE AT HOTEL MAJESTIC Cigarette Causes Blaze in Ball? room After Wedding*. A ? igarstte throws ?against a lace cur? ?tain In the ballroom on the third floor of the Hotel M.iis'i? at ?Central I'ark Wont and ;:'d street, ? ght, while .guests ?arara sassmbled ? ? the room sftsr ?the wed-in?; ,''" MiSS Viols l'ark.?r. dSUghter of Nelson Psrker, of No Ml RissrsWe l?.i\.. snd Mf"'l M? l^?"'id. el* ?hn-ago, aet ?are to the c?rtala Thsre was socns BXOitemSnl Until the the was extlnUJisheil by wallers. The wedding -"lemony had .1 'j"? t been concliid'-l. Whan th" blaze smldetil;. flare 1 spi An alarm ??a' ?"tit in. but when th? ' tirenien arrived Hi- ?SSJneS "*d heen SX tincui?h??d DEATH REVEALS WEDDING j Rich Resident of Stamford Dies Three Days After Ceremony. ? i; _? . ?i. The r, ?hurte i Wilton, ?'ni'ii. Msr? h !?? Harold <; U Mt?n. a rich ..?ident of Stamford, died i,, re to-dsj, ?"?'i e Itb the snnoun? emenl ..f his ?l?ath came in" nes/s tha? on sat urday 'ist he was married to Miss I Ward l?' Witt daughter ?'f th" late P. f. I >?-? Witt, "f ??'.iinf,?id and formerly psrieh visitor at Trinlt? ?Parish, Hartford. Bhs had hern studying at st. ?Faith's ?School, ?out bad not been admitted <?? deacossss's ordeij. Realising that his Illness would ter ? ?.? fatally, ?Mr (Veston expresssd a riesir.? t?. Le married The Res C. A. Marks, ?rector ??( st Matthesr'a Chu-reh, aas called, and he ?read me .rmnony. ? \ir. Weston 'i!"i at the hoine ot his uncle 11. -, ?? o. Thomi Th?- COUple 1'?"l b??en "ncace?l for ??*?. eral yesrs. ?Sight ?eats ago Mr. Wt learned that :*e had tabetrtrulosia He went , Padfl ? ? '"??? ' ?-'? eking a cui p. He returned to the I'.ast a yesi sgo ? POLICE SCATTERED 1 IN BIG SHAKE-UP i i ?aliased ttom Him ?age. ? No. 31 Ra? 15th street Rrookljrn, about ? i? ,, i night He sai.l he ha?l heard of the action of the Commis?, tinner. When s -;? ?'? ? hsl ths ? hsi -?? . which he " bj to be Irii d I ? . ? i,?? had nothing to any. Rumor in tha old Tendel loin - i| g, ited thai 11 might b* tot m m? th ng quit, ,,?],. ? : n th? ?raiding of the tango real n tha i ?ill< '? Is i -'?? i ?pon : he ? .?it? t. i,, ,? -.,. i ?an i '"-' ?jan snd s gang ,,f ? ih mha ' ??. busy last nighi ng the Greek snd Tui kish n stau lin'OHIen'sdis I i o t h < Raines .?" hot? '? - The Hotel Mumm, m No ??I ?*> eat ?39th atreet, and th? Hotel At in hi No. 1'-'.? Wesi 34th ? ? aided, ami ? ?losad ai ter I . ;,i| tied an.I the registers wars seized I. ? utenanl "I ?an" ? '..si Igan, ** Ith len men, while Oillen was being suspend . i?. was making rs ?Is on laines las hotels In Qillen' - * i ? ? ? r Ici and ? losing thi m. i-':\ ? hotels s*i re ? mptled \t ea? h Hi" - ? ? ?? s ss si rest? ?I snd thi -i and two pol cernen e left at the door The clerks were taken to the Night ? and d< a II ail h bj Maglsl rati I.. ?. ai follows Hot? ' Mui . No 81 ?Vest 3?th I I Schmidt, h?h ?????il with running a disorderlj house, bald in $1 ?H??? i?., to appt ox s, the Ith i?i.?> tti' t Court ?Tridsy. Hotel At Ian, No I.V.? Went 34th atreet, Frank Hinea, $1,<000 bail, to appear al thai court to? da * ?.?it he ~;t m?- . hai ge Medallion Hotel, No, 384 Sixth a ?? n is, William Ehrll? h, $1,<000 ball to b< the 2d Diatrlcl Court to-daj . lint ged S 11 h i tiiiniliK a diSOl .1- i"I house. Mi?.i.-on ?Square Hotel, 8 avenue and LMth etreet, ?William Lati? tu? i- a negro, >*_'.?mh? i.aii. disorderlj house a tui viol st ion of the Excise las Tskalsky Caf?, .\... 3?9 Sixth avenue, Stephan Holstein, ?2,500 bail, charged n m h similar offen? ea. -. BRIDE ROWS T0_WEDDING Crosses Ice-filled Hudson to Yonkers in Boat. Mis Maud A . t?srenty-thiet rears " d, of \ii?ni?. N. i . r,u??,i acroaa l ? Hud ? *> HI.terday t<-> wed Albert '?' Ri i m nback, twent? ?one ? ,,,:?. ,,?,| ,.r Se T? Fonkera .1 ? n le, i enk? - The ? ace ?' 1 - - . then a mile and the ? ? ?ras mied with k? The bride*tc~be ?? ? ?. campant? d i.? r fathi r, John Allison, alao of Alpine. Mtaa Allison It an expert osrss.an and ?ask? >i hsr father to a?, ompani and acl as ? alineas it took more than one hour to make the irtp. Reichenbick met hla fiancee when ?he ?' Th? trio then went to ' the ronki ra Cltj Hall and -,-,,.re married ! b) Aldermsn 1? Ralph t>??.ii i?-k a 2 SHOT IN CROWDED HEMPSTEAD STREET Italian Wounded by Negro Six Months Ago, with Friends, Makes Attack. Th? Bplril ??r revenge, fostered for ?ix months i? an unidentified Italian of Hempatesd, l.ong Intend, ass ?-a?.- ,1 ' ' -'? rdaj In a - ?solver flghl m whl? h fniirt?-.?!! shom migre fired, two negrota a ? re wounded and -?? raona In ihe m iln ' ol that VillSga WtrtO driven naine Btrl ken t?. ahelter from the fusillade. Tha man against whom the vendetts ' 1 ? dir? ted ass Irving w lllsrd, a negro, laenl " '? ? asra old In an alter? atloti it. ? t/illsge bsI. aii mon tha ago W||. ? ?"i ?hot, bul did n?! mi loui 1? ?around, an an, a ho refused t.. make a cha ge against in- asasllani "I'll 'tend i?, it nyaelf." hi sould not ev? n give thi police ins name. w llsrd i?*n Hi.? vlllagi bul lasl night, with a companion, he ?rssppesr? d ? a ?< 1111? through the atreel v? , , , ? h? re msni i? .1. n lana a ? ?re a Ithln ?rang? three Ital. ..-,?? nf them 11 ? man v ..mi.i.-.1 *]., -t Bepti mbei. 1 onfront? .1 the 1 ? .. 11 nl . 1..-11 ? .| t'.re. Wlilard and hla ? ompanioa, M?. . .t... rie, turned t.n Wlllard, although ?i? 11- k m ihe foot disappeared, bul Jsi tit ?l In ti?' i"? 1 .'..i ankle 11, a? 1 lo th? n., ? 1 Ra ?ital w itlans-sJ ""? " ' Hall m nhu tried to kill him ! ? "' i" 'n l< ? Had 11 th.- potlt ?, FRANK TAKES HOPE; SENTIMENT CHANGE _________ ; Looks to Country-Wid Interest to Force New Trial. - DEMANDED NOW IN ATLANTA EDITORIA ; Inflamed State of Public Min Said to Have Prevented Fair Hearing. i: tarai te 1 bs "Mb ma Atlanta, March Id. -"??'ores ?if letters n ?? red dair- tt'iui all parts of the I nitS Btatl I nhowint, the ? ountr?.-w ule Int?r?t in Leo M Prank i case Incresw i r prisoner's confidence to-day that he woul ? . -:t,?i a new tri?i and e_cape exec l ?? ?n ?m Arn! 17 tor lire alleged niui'il'-r ? Mai i I'll.i-.m, foui:' sen old 'The Atlanta Journal" appeared t!i I afternoon with ?- two column edltorii . . : "Leo H Prank BhouM Have New Tr.'al." ii Bald that Prank was m fairl) ti ? ' onvteted snd that I ex?cuta him under the present ? ??nieii?' woul?) he "Judlcisl murd? - " "The trajy brutality of the murder <* Mrr Phagan aroused puMlc Indignatlo to a degree of frensy almost InconcelB able," n saya The criminal was d? Intended imi the criminal must I , \n liresponsible drunken negro charge i.?. Prank with the crime He t. ated I ' minute a id nauseaUng detail the horrtbl clrcumstancea Burroundlng the murdei | \?) other victim could he discovered an? the absence of convincing evtdenc ?against snybod ? ? I ibllc fury grad ail? centred on Prank |4 ?Prank guilt) ?if the murdei et Mar Phagan? We ?i" not know, He may b? guilty or h?? may he IniMctent. h? ma; be s Held Incarnate or he ma? he th? Victim of Cruel ' ??n-i'ii." Whether hi is liu*rocent or guilty is not bow tue q i? tlon. Leo Prank baa not had a fair triad ?it was not within the [tower of humai get snd human law?.?-! and hum.'! jurymen to decMs Impartially and with out fear th? guilt oi Innocence of an a* cused man under the clrcumstancss ti?a lUrrounded this trial. The courtroom an. ita were filled with an angry? deter mined crowd, ead to letss ths defend' I am n tin jury liad found him aot guilt) ' i, ?'.,, ti,.- prose? atlng i ounael Irrepressible In the courtroom throughout niai, and "i? ttaa streets iinsaeml) I demonstrations In condemnation of Pnanh ! Wei " h? ai d b) th? . idge and 'ui |. It known that a rerdlct of acouitt-i would ? i"' i ich ss would sha h ? the countr* and cause Atlanta's street" m with inn-" enl ilood I ndei u? i unie.? Ibable conditions a-, these ?Tranli is tried and convicted, was a fair >jrlal under auch clrcumatan? * possible? i ': ai i? n .'.'? i e guilty, bul be should i?a fairl) tried I guilt) he will he convl - ill" majesty of the law cannot !-?? offended; lustlce cannot he de? feated the feelings i f an outraged com ' munit:, ?art"' be furthtr outraged b) se rordlng i" 'ins n au a fair and impartial , trial l-'rank ami hia atiorncya say the edl I toi,?ii Indlcatei s change In public optn? ! Ion which '???ill fores a new I ? Prank was In conferen?ee with his attoi at ?iie jail ihis afternoon in refei I ence to the extraordlnai BMtten toi a ? ' trial -" :, to be riled. It is said that tl SB-da" Its not puli I llbhe?d from K'itnesaea ?ho tes! tel Krank repudiating i He original t? stimi Thank Qod, the light is breaking!" Ft .ink and his .- i ? ' i h- Journal" edltOI ? OSBORNE'S WORK DONE ; Will Probe No More. He Says ?Reports to Governor. J ? n es W Oa oi n<. ? lovernee ? llynn'e B( atghl r-i <? ihad Hied wltb 11 ? l :?? si noi a i ?mpi e hensive report of hia work aines his ap S'o emb? r ! Tl ? i he said, han i oi .. n made pa ?lie In Olynn haa I ? inowl ? dgl d Ita ' '" ? Ipt J el. ! I.- .u!.| ?I ' "Until ' In? ? lov ei not 'i - the re i ??!?? I shall 'in ii" n;..).?- Investigating '! he repoi t will a toot d foi aii?-,i, in Alban) " ?"PLOT" TO KILL JUDGES; Indictment Charges Conspiracy to Blow Up Their Homes. Terre Haute, Ind., March lg. B. ?v. Dickens, a a un ited to da] ?? grand dt< tment i barging him with .aplracj to kmii Judge Charlea i .\i. Fortune, of the Vino County Circuit r.-h\ Blankenbaker, arpecial ludge. heading the election fraud ????-s ami Joaepli i:-..? r,. ?a,.., iai proaecutoi In the fraud trials. it is alleged th? di< tmenta thru l'n i?? ? Into an agreement a 1th I persona i"t named i?> kill the three eourt ofl rii"! i" thron Ina bombs at I n ?'m oi b) placing dynamite undei th? ?? ir___ ? ' ELLIOTT HINTS U. S IS FORCING RECOVER Harlan Accuses Railroad as Efforts Are United to Save B. & M. ^REYNOLDS MUST "BE DECENT," SAYS TUTTLE New Haven's Chairman Thi^ Commerce Commission Criti? cism Came at Bad Time. ?Boatos March IS, Howard kg chdlrman of the New Tori N't? ?? * ? Hart ion] Railroad, ?.-ni t? ,?.,.,. *** ,,;" ' i.an> was pre] Kates?! si owing where n.n dollai of the ?T ? of new . apital taised ?., ten yea go ,?? This ?statement, ?? b? ???. plsnri ntsry to tin on? recent! asZ " ? ' ' ' " :: "'finectl! "'tti theli handling of "->???> Haveaas ?road securities for ? ???t-my m' Regsrd ng the ti for tha ?, ton ?- Maine. Mr l?itotr ??Hiri : *'i esnnol discuss tl.?tier it-, ^?(. hut I can say that v.? ha e fomrij.,' an Important stateinent t?t w??^)?,'.??^, which j?'iion'.| ir in tin < ids of th? At" torne-,- General 1.. <!a ! cannot SbbSo a? to whether w? heve it^im Uf,0n ??V( ? eais or a in- ?.th? r >?pe1-'.fi.' period fir ta, working ??it of th? Boston <*; MaT? m?,. bUoi < *? n?. t ning the p r of * rec?? ? for tie ?Boston ? Maine. Mr F.liiott aaid ? I ,-anii,?t t?-ii fion Bay what n mi happen. ? >f are seilas u!t:i every ounce of ?-rtergy i hat a .. v? f,-. uve the Bostoi * Maine f rat? ershlp ?nil t?. protect t.?. am tnmoy the New England railroad aituatiaa There ate millions of .. ;r tonda v,,?^ y the ?savings bsnka, ?? ? '?^eral.? ?must be avoided if it i?? ?? ?;?:?, boss power 'o do BO M Billot! ?..s ?.f the ?-.;?:' ?--i that th? :on of B? . -a liar" ?. made i M l?*aaasi ? m ?Paul Raili !? '. ivut?- thg meree Commissioner Har?a-, '?sai m?* unfoi tu- .-ne. . onaing ? sal i , he w.i . :' ? i 1.1 " "Th>- ?-tat. rnenl of C< 'i -? oner las? ,* na*,mai: tata (ka merci Commission." eairi 1 . am.'.'t n ute undei stand I ? - ?Vsshington. i eertaii th< ght H M the purpose of the adminiatratlon n ilw ?a friendl) attitude toward thi r.?nal .Mid ?'? .:" i thi n .'?' 1*. COUl'1 be properly exteiuled. "February ?ill b? ? \il ?,f Hn? ?Sastern ?railroad re| orted in t,?-t earnings and the mont I of t-eiir ?it?, will, I fear, be t ?'en worse than Jasa at?;.. Tl >' alone m the matter of falling We .?t-? msking some i i??? apeci i?, opera 11 ng B4?onomlea ' take t??o or three \ears hei'ot? make ai uibsta ? he expense .??? co m L n is i .??] former!) prea l el ti? Boston ? M tor oi it said "It the Attorne.v General ?ill tiipt?? will be no troiibl? about.:i ship for tha Rosion A Maine bin \? J la Vf n ?>? ill not Bland two teeship." TWO BURNED TO DEATH Children Trapped in Basemer' Fire While Mother Is Out. Two .in .i.??<?n -.?.???.?> burned to i?aUi la.-: night : Hi ? in tl the house No ? . ??el Ir attempt | l ? a the child! ? man Ivor Nil?n, of th? Morrlsasls eta tion. was badis a rw I ibOUl the head ami handi Niton ?Jis ?? .. 'ire ?nl I the tenement 1 ?..-???. which ?'SI | "' b] Mra. Amelia Hin * Idren lassa" iged three and ? "ha es, ? he bo) to John Bini .'dwell avenue. I ? ?? ' ' ? ?girl The boy na rhet B ? ? I | "f the r.. .? ived 'i I ? little gii '? ? ..*' I..-I mot! ??; ? ? ' ? Hi 10 allot i . I at! Paris Surgeon Grafts Rubber on Human Body I - Mu. ii it) p irra la* bet >communi>cat<ed is tha Medidas to-day i rtpart i hla ? bps* ery of t e fl IStbllity of gTSfting bhSB rabbsr on living ?ttasue, In ene r?%* ??her? Ihe flesh ..'?.? ' "'' to th.? a ?Kin?: the ?flnger * the prafessar aaid he had ?thin aheel of rubbe thai .v ;,\,i? to ' ? : ger tf**-r rsn that there ?-a? a?' foreiun I I* BtsnOS In i Atiothpf . aaa wsa ia extensiva isfs ' of the large Inti stin? ?? 1 - * ? .it.i er grafted nto th ? ?"A*1,1, ?Professai ?Di ??? said, gsv? ' manen! relief, ?f ? - of tl Acadi i*" were rong the report ^eW 5?4-t?i5 u? fifth flcenue *P flt 4*11. It jf?XBpHHE styles worn a hundred lllg years ago have made the cycle of fashion and are again in vogue. Draperies, puffs, paniers and fichus have all been rejuvenated and put forth, fresh and new, in the guise of this season's many neu modrs. Wonders have been wrought, in the artistic trad? iation o? these quaint styles, into delitfhtiul ?UUrt lor the fashionable woman of to-day. laillettr and CsttMBti Seift?Streit and Sports Coats ? ?Traps, (lapes and (loatees?Street and Calling Dresses?Dansant f roiks ? lwening GsBnV ?Separat,- Skirts ? 'Mouses and Trent h Millinery.