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liliiant Outrages Will Cos?
British Capital Count?
less Visitors.
Remedy for Avowedly Impossible
situation Not Vet Discovered-?
McKenna Imites Su-jpestions.
? 1 This is
?? useum and
? ? lib Mn
For tills rlOB
don .i"?l it- visitor?
? ' ' ' "' ' ' '
I . . doora
I- it on? which
, ??!?<! but
? on- nil ovei
? r the 1
.. ? Bee by 1
n the \v;n
Si Paul n
? ? public
? ? while,
' if 1
? - closed
? -I hall
'? . ?
ihe 1
... . .
? i-voius
? '
? . ..n families
.m and her
- 1 ? afi I
a ?? itant fear of mo?
? thei
P and 1 am
? - Ofl ineir itin
? I loi ?i?? ax
? ???' ?".'! B is
cestlne ? ,?f the out
? ; -'lutna. they
havf no renr- lit lation to offer.
.. 1 Ina a!-">-it tl a
pa; n?.?.-: 1 - - Buffrasette 1
1 Bfforta de to extend
I and the malicious ??an ... act of
Ireiaivl. ? hit h mal t?te r?
Home -
???. r and
roice from th?
iug( ted ' o ? with
South Afl b the suff
there la ?exc for labor 1? adei 1
?? - ? South Afina to Eng
Notltagham Mar-.-h .mil int auf
frase*'.* "areea eq lad d Irina the night
BBteeteai i deetn ? ? all ths bulldtnga
? t -4- ?
coi?, s:?. ? eaat of thlB cit? i lie
ted at
igt literal
.1 the vicinity
Birds of Paradise Immune
from Hunters for 18 Months
; ?da er paradise
tt*-' * ' hui "-'I in German New
th< ? rxt eighteen month??.
iBSued to 'lay t?
? ' Soif, Mil '?ter for th
'?" lag this decision la th?
'~-'-? tut to .ig?., Dr. :-'"if
'^ '* I orla intended to make
*? 8rei permanent, an demanded
"? Radl ala He said be had
"" op report
? ? :? ? nterior
Seo ?, -. aald there were
> 1 .... .
*? ting S OUld be l*r,po ?',
y ? ' ?" Roiiaiiata argued la favei
r* - ??* ?Hogrthei the shooting of
Slide at Cucaracha Mastered?
Dredges To Be Used.
Psnsms, March 11. -Canal engineers to
?Is*/ s: si the opinion thai the alide
?it ?CiMsrsehs hsd bean \ Irtusil? ovi
thst it wss nos a mi
tsklng oui the i | ?
mot/i d much fast
ths csnsl it?. ? .? nix . Iging
engineer, express? A astisfactli
outlool ? ?l .:. lar? I thst h ? i?. Ileved
within two montha ths chsnnel al Cues
rscha would ?be at the required depth
Plans hsve ?bei i ??,?-. pleti d io
?? cek the rii ging "f the dt
? ? ' ? ? tl de to the
?a ni, th? laddi ? .
?si. All the .?:. ?? dredssa ?? |l be re
ni?.\<??! The width .?r the csnsl In fronl
Of thi 0W ?a it hin forty-'iv fe?-t
I of the m'o.'?i?. ., mo feel Thla er.
1 " ? - ? i.: ? Ith dlppei ?.-?..?
- from the United Btstet
British Army Captain and Lieu
tenant Meet Death on
Salisbury Plain.
I^ondoi Marcl Ulcei
? ? ;irt?i> flj ?ng Corps W< rp fa
here to-? l'api n C. R. *4A .Hi
ilit- w ? Re?ginri< m and Llentenai l I
? f the H llti ??
menl el - ? the n tai aero
Plain were
to -the ground titude, ?????
I n g to 1 ? - e o f t net i
?\,. - the
br< aking of the i r of a gu\em
Uli . carrying ! int Bui
In r.rdinir ths three fat
they make n
! t ra ?si? el to tl ? - na et
? t . iloni Seel? Be?
V'ai " ? fi * th.it
torn had ??? curred
within a year. Th? ? for V i
! attrib t? l record to the s ?'.
? British a? and sni,i
I i ? ? r> or aafei
j tha; .' msrines.
I Tl ?? fstslltlea recorded shore ?rsiae to S74
J thi tnber of dsstha In the arma'?? of
[ svlstion ?Of these twent? hsve ??? urred
( the pr?s esi
New War Levy Objected To?
Joint Representations To
Be Made by the Powers.
11 The Gel I
?_ can Commercial Union hat entered a pro?
? ? gh the t
in goren ? ai the Im
r ? ? r ?????.
i ?-an r
B? ??. las :.,<- ? i last ' ? ? ection
I with ? ? ' the German army sil
?is In Germany *?.th an Ireome of
thai IB ?U 'l UP to i. MO ,i year
to ra;-' an extra tas of one?half of
Tli??- tax lii<-rcaH???i progrea
? - pet cent - m? s ???'
01 i
?Savergl i rei an I ? ? it I
. . ? ? ; ? tei based on a
? ?,r ii,<? ? ; . i ??. ith R
isnis exempting
- front ta cation
; levied under extraordtnsr? condltloni
tal .. it is point?.??.
would benefit by the "taicsl fa ored ns?
? ? if this prot?i il sho tld be
but meanwhl!?! an Amerl?-a?i
protest has he?-?,, filed
Most Democrats Support For
mer Governor Dix.
Mbi " W? Iter V Ki
Mean, nt Oi ??<- aburg, waa eli eti d
Regt r.; of tl e btste 1 ? ?
Th? ote of tl ? ? ? lises, ?-itting In
join; - -wss Keltogg, 100; ex-Go
n A in*. 70; B4*hrsrd Everetl
Hsle, Jr. ?2, an?i Edward r> ?Cutler, i.
M Kellogg :'.??-",v?-d th? ro)\r] P.rpublt
can strength snd thi ?/?sts of Aseerablv?
man SUlssr. Ths Piugissslvss an?i hide
'nts, reinforced by Atcsennn
DOS, -S-tTUlre, Oslhip an?1 "tVrlght, Pern?,
crsta ?supported Mr Hal?-*, snnator *-?."htte.
T.??rr;.-?-raf, voted tot Mr <*m)<-?r With the
exceptiona noted the Dsanocrstlc
we-e. for Mr. TOIx.
Eciuidorean Rebels Defeated
ill, March ; ' I ttspsti h*s re
President of th? n public, to
: ? . -. ?i ?Ssmeraldsa from thi
The ? ?H^ameraltlsa In the middle
, <??? Esmbei after eight hours' fighting. In
nj tnfi? <-?n both sides were killed
or wound-ed.
See The
March 15th
MRS ?w * l !'? ?!.! M;l'
Redmond and Colleagues
Visit Lloyd George and
Premier Asquith.
! Lor Parlia
? ? , ? ? ? ?
I mind? dlv . 8?
perl the
. .i i
' ? ?? er occupai
t the 111 ? ? era* are
all laid on one aide I ver i '|0 ?r ?"??"eel
minater la preoccupied with th?
phasea of the Iris i : latioi created by
Mo' day's ? ri naturell* ><?ster
da)?'.?? ? lail of the Nations I r to
Mr. i , ... ? ?.<-. i r |,,, n iiini:
Btreel la bel
..r the Cha
Exchequer In the i ? I l rate m iot1 v
? ? : ? .? nment and Mi.
i:< .ii tter of notoriet? , I
' that there la a? b hope foi
otnmoi k ?? ' ? Iff? TI a bii akfa '
! party of j I for? att I I
i" -,.? on Hie part of I loyd i ?
I to per--.!.,?i- th? ' ' II ? .i to ae
cept ? I. Caraon'i off? r I ?
Ulster confer?! ? " onlj 'he tim< limil
he dropped
In thla ho????-- there la reaaon to be
lleva thai he has failed, as Mr H?>dnioud
???<-, ?frHul of Ii am to bo bo
ra? hu1 the r? of Mi Lloyd
< irnrc-v dipt? ?1 lUBted. In
of his effoi i lie belief la
? o? that the nca r ' "?
ons will fail, thai ti"- bill will pa -
ai .1 g? nen
*\ HI fOllO? . PI "I'.' !'
IdOndon, March L The offer "f Sir Ed?
ward Caraon, the i Ister i nionl l leader,
\o aubmll the B"*v<"rnm?Bn1 - proff? "ed con
- in conntBCtion with ltotn? r.ule
i?) un I'later convention! provided no
Itatloa ?-?a>i placed on the period of
axelueion ?if tha Ulster oountieB, wan the
subject of h v?ni< - onferoni ? to tup }>"
tween I Bblnel ministers and Vntlonallst
leaden The party gathered at the ?"han
?eiior of th? R*Kch?**Quer'B oflletel raaldenca
in D<r*wn]ng at reel comprleed hcMe"
Premier Aequith and Mr Lloyd Qeorge
Aagustine Burrell, Chief ftecretary for 1rs
land; John Redmond, leader of the Irish
Nationalist i "? Dillon ?and other
ent Kat lonallsl ? ?
Government Alleged That 2
Inches of Cement Instead
of 3 Inches Were Laid.
' ' '?.s Th* ism
Havana Mardi il The Cuban bo*
ernment, alleaing fallar? lo ???omply srRh
the terms of Tli<? ' I .'..nfii?,000 .?nutriu-t for
the aewering and pavtna or Havana, held
bj Ike Hew Tori end IVee Jem cootra?
to?ra McOlvaey and Rokeb baa tOrs-ed the
'?".': gi a up the contract after the
completion of B large |,i -,,, ...rl i?.i? of the
worit. The cempanj ttad aps*eated to
United States Mlntetei rjonsalea
The Cuban government recentlj appoint
11 a oommlttee to Inveetiastte the ceo?
traetors' work The i-?o*nmlttea raported
ihm the work ?.?;??? not r-arri?*?d oui accord
Iiik* to Bperificatlona, ? A rn.ni,- r? number
of Btatementa detrogator. to the srork.
Mr Roki by ? all? d on Mi l lonaalea
n.?r. ?ij- him t" ? ? ??! offices foi o i
tainina better traatmenl from Presiden!
m. no. mi Th? timer! an Ministei aci*onl
Ingly arranged an audlenoa for himself
end Rofceby srltk Preeldent Mei***>cal, In
th? coursa of which Rokeby alleged h*
had out been fair!? ir?.?t??i bj tl.em?
inliii??-. whereupon Pr?rsMenl Menocal
n,|i'iit,.,i,?'l Un- r-.-'l.?' Of Public Work-,.
, ,1 VI 11a Ion, who en plained the faults
found m ' ne? s o? k la
..,1, ? ? mann? ? ihi t Mi < lonaal? ? ad* Is* i
,\?r Kok? bj i" m ike II a 11 t ten poet
m. Mr. ttokt h . tu Uns on thi adi Ice, ar?
, ? ? .i i. ? ' ? ' ? "''ii al
,.?- tl? able, and thla It la ut den lowd,
it,. u,t n r,i' ii ti?? go .nun. nt In.
i,i;,u,i i-, bring against the contractors
Th? goveranteni a III now ca? i y on th?
..,, ' p.. if i he i.i1"" i' .'?ii' ? i tha ?
ompanj onl plsv ed o .,- - of
? t "i ? i - ? ?.' - ?. called foi
tin...- gad bad i ? I pla? ed ?? a im nt bs i
In innnv In- luu? e?, 88 the speviM? .l'nir,
Poison pen plot,
? defence charges
Sister-m-Law of Mrs. Pol?
lard's Accuser Is Named
in the Case.
She Often Used Typewriter in
Defendant's Home Croud
in the Coiirtroom.
irapl t? The Tribun?
Eliza ? i . \\ .!.. MaMi II
Thomas Jones, slater-in-Is,w of
(1iar!"s ! .",? es the SCOUSSr of Mr"
Anna r.. Pollard In ths "polsen i-rn'
esse, W8 brought cotnspicuoualy Into
ths ?trial this afternoon, when Saniuo?
Schleimer, Mrs. ?Pollard's i-ounsel, In
his O] '? marks nta-i?"* ? Streng ln
I fen nee In s hich he stated that
Jones weni t.? Mrs Pollsrd'a ?loino.
?ma I for gossip, probabl ? f"r
UM ? the io-cslled 'poison pen' let
I ? ?
Aiiiii.i.. Sohler, s former servsnt In
the Pollard home, previously testified
that ?'??? Jones uied Mrs. Poll ?
typewritei In Mrs. Pollard's home, an'i
in tiip back door, although
Mi ? Pollard fii-i not want i,?-i
"This 'poison pen' case Is a trivial
matter, and II is a ?shame to burden the
count; with Ihe expense of a trial,"
?aid Si'hjelmer "These letters ere
elthei the result of wilful critninalit
o? ??' ? ? ? "? ork of n dises ed mind
We ? ' that Air?? | ? ?
lard : ' ? " ' ote, bul nei er evi n had,
the lei ter possesi lot
'Mr?. Pollard was ton busily occu
plsd to :?ri?-j hort-elf to ?stach S practice
' -?r -Wriltlng lettsrs.' "
Thomas i.. Carry, a pri- ate dft^-tive,
tcst?i, ?1 that Or. Harrison K. "Dunn
asksd him if thf-re "??.a.-n't any BSOtSOJ
i ons'il'-ration to prevent Mrs, Pollard
Kf'in<*r int.. rouri on ?May 81, 101.'*."
?Dr. Dunn is Mrs. ?PoIlartTs ?brother.
H< denied later m the day that he
made ?in- i i ?
Nell ??n I.. Pollsi ? d< '? Isnt'i
| hard, ami the Re? Kdwani Porter
, Uttle, curate of ?Christ Epia ?opal
? "hurch, v. in? h Mrs. Pollard atl
and ? ? ? rnt of th?*?
t Lsd - Guild were among t.?" ??It?
i ? -
Mr. Pollard'a testimony *?? a? a ?
I tion of Detectivi Ci. -: previoua ai i
( that he had forbl kit n the sleuth I
Mrs Pollard's I ,
Mr >? hlelmt r subi
'?i- Pollai?i said he -
I ?.?it oi evei ? _? "i' < ?.*t"i.? t 28, 1912,
when the letter on which Mrs. Pollard
! Indlctm? nl wai ?baaed s a ; ma led. H<
i thai both he si l Mrs Pollard
were a) nomi John ...
; ? ? ? them at horn?
i 'harlea B, ? 'oon and Jol n W.
. er wit -
?*-???;. d r thi
John i . M ? ' ter manu
fa? turer. ga ?ny.
i ..i.. ? K. Galatian aald he
?topped in- ? ?* Igating thi
request of the Jones family, who -
ed a pr ? ' Ion. ? i
the? told him om ?;: - ? ? t-d of
' v ril .?
\\ llliam Ra) field a negi ?? ?
-. ? ? ??
prominently In the cast for thi defence,
?still In prisoi Wn Poll ird v ill
1 probabl; take ll nd I
end the case s III go to I
!. i men and .?-...':< i ?.- women
; thronged the ? ourtroom to-das and
i curiously si tl'" defendant, -?
j ? mi wore the blael ha? >? Ith high gi ? t
fo:i I l,.?i- :i t.il t ! ,? ?? i ? . n ? lr.
Little Activity in Pig Iron?
New Blast Furnaces.
Authorities on th?*. Iron and steel trade
report buying" of finished steel products
?-'-.- far this ?month, with
llttl activity In the market for pig iron.
Iron A?'" ?rill say to-day: "Is
the finlahed tha Rrst ' ?t et
Mai ii i:.-?? l-.?n g There ti
?? ? ? . ?? a .?n ad?
vanees lmprovemenl ???:!t cam b ?t little
ia i ?t.
1 "So tot ? lependent
? I i"t maki? Kai'ir* In un?
filled or month hi pr??tiortlon to
iimse of ti ? si,,-' Corporatloiii Borne ot
former, however, i?ai-" ha?i a fuller
blast fun than t1'?? Steel
1'"i n,?rati,in. the oorpotattoB'fl percentag?
? now heilig 71 after the Mow ?ig In of live
furna i last weak an,i th? btowlng o
. on? Th? Bti ??! Corpoi
enr ?if inRi't ia,a?tt\- activs t"i
? ?.
Norwegian at Lao Ho-kow
Loses Life and Several Wound?
ed When City Is Sacked.
March n t'o-di
? .?-a' k? ' ? : .me?! the clt. of I ni He
killed Dr. T. Proylaad, a Nor
?n missionary, and wounded sev?
eral oiher?:. Including ths Rev. 0 M
-. rVorwegian.
\ force of '
? i ? ? ?- gand o tained en?
"ii t!:>? citj '? m? '.'. of Ir lacht ri
' from ? Ithln, b landa thei
pij,?l :r?r - -r-'i all round They
: .? ? _ ? ,, i,,,,!?-,i the '
I . i '-,i ? "om|
tfterwa ?! they proeei ?'
the ;. trCUred 7'?? * ?'
4. . i '1 ?-. ],; .; ,11"Tl
i Two thousai were I press? ?
!?? the hrlganda to earn off their lool.
i Accepts Invitation for Naval
! Review To Be Held Next Year.
I M, Peterp>t.urc. Ma-.-h U Tit?? UtUMtan
! jrovernment aimour?.-.?-?-- to-?)ay that It ha?1
.l?*.-1ded to accept th?? invitation of th?
I'ntted states government to pnrtletpste
in the -aai re-vtew In i lampti,*-i Roat|s In
Mi In ce1e??ratl?n of the opstHhC at th?
| Panama ?anal. Th?? names of th? ve?!?e?.?.
| ?elected to proceed t<> titnerieSB enters
for the occasion ?ill he published later.
In a corillal note sent to fecrctary e?*
?tosts Rryan an?* PrssMettt H USOS the.
Rusalan Ko-fiirii Minister sa\n hit K'-v
ernment Is Riad that '.t ??as afforded the
opportunity ?to Join In th<? SttV ' rati?-?n.
Victor Emmanuel Will Greet
German Monarch in Venice.
Vcnt?-e, March I I ?Xing Victor Km
'manuel an.I ?Bmperoi -?Vllllatn "SHI meet
' her?? ?sa Maren ?i. whsn tin? ?Rapasen
passas throtiRii Venice on th?? ?ay to in
vills on the laland >?f ????t'l rf ?the ?Ba
pr?s-? Auguste Wtorla ?sccompsnlss ?the
Ksfser on the trip Queen ti?I? ns ? 111 ? ? ?
(?? V<snSSS t" (-rr. ,?t her.
Importsncs la '?? Im ?i ,n U
fii?^et!n>? "** tl e two snon ?n ha Is ? '^^' ??'
the ?sctlrll rlpls Milanos h I
BsllrsB Btates, ??. ? 1 la. and In
the belief thsl ' . ? ert?ed Inflt 1
win I??? exercised ? ? the Triple mm
' both tn the Bslkst 1 snd II - Soi
I ranean.
, Shepard A Morgan Secretary
of Finance Department.
Shet'.ir.i \ M??ru
i Hall n porb r for "The Mas Torli " Is
1 t?-> bo ?secreta rj of ?
? . 1 ..f Un , i? ^-, ? -.?? dim ? ' ? ? 1.
Tlrrell, Tl ' ??? ? m
Tin-eii 's to i.?? hesd of ths 1
standards In the Boa
Mr More was ?
sop ol Judge John B. 1 M
? *<. t ? n t He wi ? ' Will
I , ,-ilI^i?r, .,
there M SI ?SSStSta ' " -' '
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