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Vol. LXXIH....No. -4:^_
.mirt? /-vx-t.? ri.vT'ni?' o?Uom too*.XawarS,JsrssyOtras? ?iSl-?
PRICE ONE t KN 1 else-shebi rwocwartm.
Royalists Take Advantage
of Political Disarray to
Step to Front.
Henri Robert Refuses to Defend
Slayer ol ( almette Labori.
After Hesitating, Accepts.
- i ?
rhe ?hooting of]
aroused not
? ,''"1
i i:, social
ral Impression Ibera
t at the un? ov< ring
? ? ?? nted
. . curred al
fjly all ?'?
a ell l?ii">* m royal- ;
. ? and vol
\ i.? is Rol!" an
Republi? u
. ?m the boulevi
? ami :i i ? ' ?
-?* outhful members of the royalM
: Camelots du
: ? I ?ou :i with i'ail
i dosen
i.t ?k? n on tables at the
Il Daudel liai
from a .-hair tli?-r??.
ta ar? r. mad?
,.f tiie foi
ha ?i-- 111
lllaux. Marne L ibori,
the : h-ed
himself In i " o? I ?: tj I i , has
Me i elng -congratulated by
many of ?. r accepl Ing ai M.
t'aillaux s urgent rrquest. Ho at Brat
? ?: "?fo, ;t ?;.*- Impossible. ? 'almette
? my dear friend of mine. Fou
renld mt expect m?- to act in any way
la d_ nt of hit m? morj, m.
CatDaus Inalst? d. "Neither my wife nor
I ex;M 0 do that. We only ask
you to defend her at ??n the ground of
h'jmar ?> " He, Labor] Anally consent?
*d. savins: "
"Well, *-( ? la ? woman and is atand?
-* alon. i onfront? d with a
.?sfi'.c pubU?, I ?.der such circum
.-tanccs I cannot refuse.''
Thi - ral Attornej I abre .
r the Rnrhrtte affair v..is publl
: ? chargt ;
lhal MM. Calllaus and
Mnr-.is tried t,-> use pressure in favor of
.- nation of M.
f Mai Ine, there!
'O "f the ' 'ham
bar ast Ipltat? ?i <'!
nd the ? lalmette af
? i having u
, i toril .-:i? ?
? had any knowledge
at all ' Ih? ? .-.-tenet? of the report
tated, had been
withheld by the Cabinet. The Chamber
I ? ? : ?wen
veetlgate the matter.
f M. M? nib is thought to
The French press, ??f ail shad? ? ? t
'...- ?gnlzing
. . Ity of the political
? created by the trage ly, 1...
' eau, m an article in
:nnie Libre," say?:
'On : ol the elections we i an?
from ourselves that tins
deplor?'? trophe puis the ?;?,.
ernmer.* and Hie Radical party In a
? undoubted difficulty, m.
? tl e n n.arka'..;. vigor ol
* among m.-n ?swayed by
tatloi -.? ? 'iie principal
abinet i must admit
time that he vas a
his changes of opln
:r,n? ' ? cannot seriously re?
proach ? we have aeen many
? t. m i i the habit
? ontlitiir.] on fourth page. ?e<-onrl ealmata.
This Morning's News.
River i .rash. i
,1s Woman. 1
a . i
?? . and K: la ?Self. a
At Blegel victim:-. a
to ar II a
?"?"?-j? .- . 3
^??J - -'?? I . 5
Prti?- 5
Nakel ? Hita W. V. 9
Tmsjefs a Union.... ?
V.'lrJo** ??-,.., . <i .-ig
m -Ad |10 of II00.0M.io
' ?*" v . 10
-, .io
' ; 1 "?1 le.it^. i?
eist Osti DI tores .. i
Torr? i
by 1 uj
_ 1
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i hip. 3
las Oui . 4
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. 7
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I . 7
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11, 13 .r.jl 13
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. 15
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Advises He Has Recovered from
Attack of Bronchitis.
PI ? N>x\ fork if. raid' fa* ?
Issl ntfhl th 'ollo?tv.ni ;
received by II In Nee Tort 1st? In the
aftet i.'
"Port 8? udsn
"As you knovx bj m* cables, i hsve
)" n for ten da* ? ami nor In the
Buss Canal. I era there fifteen days
?IK1'', li id br? n< hitis, bi i am bett? r
now, "BENNETT '
in? :
Lon? v ? Reporte fi
- morning cone? rnlns
the Illness of .i.in ? i ilennet! are ?
of a ?-.'Ulli' in.. ir app?
liiat. he became III on hli steam yacht
while ;it si. / but thai h< sd hli |
,l?)iirn< y to Port ? ri complli ? I
. folluwed ' ' ? ' latee I hat ,
Hurt While Dancing and Mav
Cancel Her Tour.
.??.??- j
Loi . March 17. .\ nna Psv> ;
Russian dancer, broke her ankle
xx hile i'-i'i irmlni her? !" light. An '
\ i .? ? \ ;. 11 u 11 ; 11 i"ii n ' al? 'i b? i loua In- \
jury, Her tour n ? lied
Ordinances Passed to Curb
Speculators by 6.3 to 2
Measures Scored.
By a vot? S to '-' the Board ?f
Aldermen ?/?teterda; passed the
nances <j. signed to do swsy xvlth II? k< i
dation tii.it had been drswt
through the Joint efforts oftht Dletrid
Attorney, snd the Coriiorstlon Coun
i :. iieved til?- Mayor ?
xx il] .sign them. ; nd they will eo into'
effect thlrt* dsya after euch signature.
These ordinances provide thst all
tickets shall hews their vslus plaii ly
Btauipod on their face, snd that all
licenses for threstres an-i similar
ea of amussmenl ahsll be Issued by
ilr- T*??li? ?? Bioner, xx-ith the un
? indit p thsl the receli er nut only
ahsll not sell any ticket at more than
it.-- t.-i ? vslue, bul siso ahsll not be a
party *:o auch aale. Any conviction ?f
a violation of a ; h an agreement ,-?iaii
render the license xoid.
The two aldermen voting against the
?ordinances were Delsney snd Bpencer,
the latter a Republican, who?.- district
Includes the main tlratre ?-ecti'T.
Atdsrnrsn Dowling, leader of the
Tariiiiiai ? minorit: gainai the
ordinances ssylng i did nol believe
they could be ? nfoi i d.
EARNS $25: FINED $25
Juror Delays Court to Make t
Profit, Then Loses It.
C. Ernest Cashmore, Juror No. 12 ;n
Part V, Trial Torrn, of the 8upi*i me
i "ourt, reported t? n minuti s late ? -
terdsy morning.
"Why havt xmi kept tii" courl ?.a.'
ing?" asked Justi.? i
"Tour honor I mi : i. !
\\ sa d< talned at my plsce of busli ?
i hsd a customer snd i profited >_'.". ,1
Hi?- trai for being
ned >'-'?? ' retortpd the |us
Wants Bathers to Wear Coats
When Not in the Water.
Fastidious, bashful, long suffering
sy Island baa pur ita foot down
"ti th?*? Lathing BUlt The Van Blcl? n
Taxpayers' Association, made up of
?Coney Island business men, x>. mits it
a misi ? i.? ? nor to don a hath
lng suit st Coney Island and proceed
elsewhere than straight int?> the ocean.
it sdopted a resolution to thsl effect
? . . nini and s 111 forwsrd it to the
Bosi 'I of Aid? rm? n
Alvord Charged with Homicide
?His Car Killed Boy.
Th? mas i '?? \'x - rd, j; , twent? i Ight,
"f No. 130 Riverside Drive, sras ?r
- ? night snd tal en to the VI ? b<
125th atreet police station on a arar?
rsnl Issued In Onelda ''.unity charging
him ?? nli homl? Ide,
Alvord, according to the polies, is
charged with ci ?g th? d? sth of Dsy?
ton Rob? teen, ffho was injured
la .' r unsM ? ?? nesr I ti a on July ?'
? d I i \:? ord's automobile
H. E Huntington Buys Duke of
Devonshire's Books.
Oeorge D. Smith, the honk dosier
ted the n< gotlatl ns,
firm? d i night thi announc? ment
thai n. m- r Huntington has pur?
? hss? 'it!,. Duke of Devon fa?
mous librar) for >? 70D.-000.
Mr Huntington, who Is In Los An
ad to talk about his i ?
: ? base a hi n si en bj ? n port? r
lUl nlghl
I*, r more than tinee hundm d reara
Um Dukei "i i ?'?? onshlre h.ix .? b? ?-n
forming tbeti grest collection <>f books,
'.?.' eh a of t he in. -t ' omplete
lable in the a oi Id < >ne of the
prim Ipal pi i/.' i "f lb? llbrsi I?? sn
eiglnal copj ol Bhakeapeare's "Ham?
1st," th*- only ens known n hs bests
VSlUSd St $00,000
Crowded Boat Rammed by
Float in Crossing
Hudson River.
Passengers Carried Safely to Ho?
boken?Women Among
Those in Peril.
Pwo men were killed Instantly, an
other died Liter from inj : :
and four were hurt late re?tenla) af?
ternoon, when the ferryboat itha? a, oi
tht Delaware, Lackawanna A Western
Railroad, falling under the stern of the
Erie boat Uoshen, aras rammed amid?
ships ''?? a float towi -I by th? '.ug Ku
?elle, ?f the i '? ntral Railroad of New
Jet which was hastening down the
n Rlvi i- ?.h the ebb : d .
Instantly on board the Ithaca all ua?
confusion, but as the tug backed the
'io.it out of a Jagged flfte? n f< ?
.h ih?- ferrj boats aide, the lattei | : -
? '?? ded si"-.*. I to th? -lip in H< I ok? n
and dlacharg? d paas? m
Th? r.? the . i dit ? of the d? ad met ? en
tak.ti to th?* morgue, three of the In?
jured srere rushed to st. Marys n,, -
pltal, and th? othera were tr?*,?t? ?i by
i ill. DEAD
mi.vi.i:.--. Henry i ? . . |
.: ?
? ?? II .i. ? N .1 -~Ku 11
'*'? 11.1.!.? M i . no ? ,r- o. I. of No
? ?
BARI Robert No N Berk?]?)
? . -
*?'.-. IS1 rjarfkld
?. ? t'.rn an.i c? I
<?f Um Us; Is .--. Mruy'e iiom-.itai. Hoboken
Ml ;.i.? ONET, WUli its ?!.. Ko U i Bra?
Sem rork; arm and hand bruised; treated
in fr :
ZIMMER, John v.?. ;: North street, teresy
? - ?- ? I.; acslp wou
... ::? lacerstei In -? .\i
Hol oh
The Ithaca. In charge of Captain A.1?
fr? ?i H. Hau unan, twent) -eighl
In the i? ; i . lervlce eighteen of them
as a pilot, left th< Barclay rtn ? .
at "? o'clock in the afternoon i"r what'
was to be it ?? - >.-? a? -idem of ins river
record. The boat v..?.- crowded arlth
early bomegolng commuters, end be
cjuiae of the balmy aftsrnoon m many
us couM And room at cither how or
si?--i*n were ttned tip there. la addi?
tion to these, both '-aWns were com?
fortablj till? .1.
Also at 5 o'clock the Goshen cast off
at Chambers atreet and turned Into the
river ahead of the Ithaca. A strong
ebb ti?!'* was i inning as the Lacka?
wanna boat took the wake ?if the Erie
craft. Both boats are fast, and ai the
Ooaben turned "if to ? roas to Jersej
City the Ithaca poked her bow from
under her stern to make the run up
river to Hoboken. There was ? quick
attempt on the part or ?Captain Haus
man to clear the tug and float that he
then saw for the flrst tune bearing
down upon him.
Panic Aboard Ferryboat.
Realizing thai he must fall, he
ang? 'i th? -.-ii':I to i the en?
gines, m th? wm? time ?h? boa pas
abrieking with terror, fled
away from approaching danger Into the
women's cabin, causing a pan!? among
ths passengers there.
Then came th?- crash. A corner <>f
the float ploughed its way into the
men's cabin, making an "pening from
twelve to f?ftr?n feet wid<*.
Edward Van Voorhees and Edward
j. Canusat, of Madison. S. J., friends
of Frenxe, law what was coming and
ahouted to him and th?-* othera to fol
low and fled toward the item F"r*nt>
hesitated and was caught when the
corner of the float tore through the
cabin. Bmlth and Meyers, the dead
i,.,*:. were carried down under the
debrii after being struck blows that
must ha *e killed them Instantly.
a.*- the Roselle backed away from
the havoc II bad ? r< ated 11 wi
that the hob mad?' waa above the
waterilne. William R>nn and William
Peteraon, deckhands, ran among the
4'nntlnued <>n ?in ?mil p???*. ?ei-ond r?ilumn.
Surgeons Supply Set of Feat-j
ures for Sawmill Victim.
Baltimore, Mar, h IT. With a new
u,..-,, made from ?'no of his ni>s.
atrapped to his face, which was dt -
nuded of features In ? sawmill acd?
dent three V ? Rosa Allen, a
young ? - srlng at ??
hospital h? *-?
\ lerlea of .-km graft- ha a ?-;??? n
him new lips, and now a new nos.??
ered a Ith akin takt n fr"tn hla for?>
h? oi.
Effort to Bar Work on Police
Bills Called "Preposterous."
[think ' - the moat pn postsi
action i hsve ever h? ard of."
fustics < ;r?-< nba un - m?
ment yesterday when be - -' nod ?
demurrer to the autl brought bi Joseph
,r ? i i;, ni- ?. editor of "The < '!
. , 11,, n? s ?pap? r, a ho sought to
restrain Mayoi Mltchel from taking any
pari In 1 I k glel M ? In favor
of th< p? lie? bills,
i i..i. r ? Sullhan * ounsel for ? i R< ii
l, y, waa nol aura thai tie r? ara ai
preced? nt ???i th?* a? tlon. Nt Ith? r bad
the curt tn*r beard Of one.
divorce given to
mrs. robert goelet
Decree Granted by Rhode
Island Judge on Charges
of Cruelty.
?D?positions Read in Open Court
After Reported Refusal to
Hear I hem Privately.
rele? m I
arpan R. i. March 17 Hi
. Robert Goslet'a petition for divorce s'sa
ted this sfternoon bi .1 idge Ba
! roa s, .11 the Bupei lor 1 'a 11*1 lira
I Goelet charged extreme cruelty, and
supported it vx it h depositions thai n
quired three hours of the court - time
! to I ? sr road.
Mr. Goelet did not ? ont? si the action,
W. P.
Bht th* id. . f thla city, while Mr. Collins,
; of Proi Idenci, a? ting foi Bsmui 1 1 nt?
[foyer, 01 Nes fork, represent d Mi
'. -elet snd read the d?positions
it xx a.1 reported that Judge Barrowa
r fused a request to hesr the case In
private, but the first of the dsp sltions
vas read In open court during tl 1
noon recess, when ihr only persona
present wars the court officers and
newspaper men. The rest of the papers
arere 1 ? sd aft? r idjournmenl had ^?- a
snnoui ied
Mr. C ?Ulna read In 1 tone so Ion that ?
it xx mild 1 an ' ? -Ix. l?t-l, and
when hi- cam* to a name In the testi?
mony his voice would Fink elm? at to
i ,t xxhi.-p'-r
Music Drovvnt Voice.
Then wsi a Bt. Patrick. Dey psi
? ? moon, sod the msr? h< ra
formed on th?*- sonars outside of the]
I courthouse There wss considerable
ami music from th*? banda helped
i to make the hearing of the deposition 1
? still more difficult
When the reading wss complsted thr
! jude?- s 1 xvirh his d?s Lsion,
I which v""'1* brief snd to the'point, ss
i follows:
"Extreme cruelty msy consist of in?
sulting snd shuslve Isngusge sa troll
an physical xiulm?-?. The testimony
shows a continuons use of Insulting;
x ulgar and sbttsiVS IsngUSge by ?.oelet
toward bis wife, accompanied by nu?
merous potty arts rlesrly cslculstsd to
?nnoy and smbarrsss her, snd accom?
:)li.-,rilng thiri result, Th?* rff?.?-t has!
iierm, ai-'-ordi- to the testimony, i )
serioua Impairment of hrf health, .ind ?
ti., conditiom fully warrant the court
:n granting thla dix on 1 '
N'othmc: xxas :a:d during . h? nro ? rj
in?.?? regarding alim?n; . but in regard
in the .-* id* "f the two minor chll?
dn .1 decree xxas entered giving tin.
custody ? f P? tor, now iv.> reara "id, to
his mother until he la .-i\, when 1-.*?
and Og;d??Ti. now seven ?-ears old, xvil!
bi lointly m n.* ? istody of fsther snd
Mrs. Goelet asserted In her d?"-posl
tion that hor husband had told hi?r
thsl " msrrisge is hi II," sn 1 siie "could
? lers" if she did nol like hla con?
lu? t.
Mrs. Goelet's Charges
1 am living eighl miles from [la
ton for thi benefit of my has th.** ?-aid
Mrs. Goelet "M> n ildence Is In How
port ?>n January 21, 1914, 1 left tak?
ing the children. Mr. Goelel.nduct I
t'ix?.ard the servants was very offenst? e
m m* presence. He wss much st
tsched to his valet one Drake, who
\?.a.- allow sd to betmpertlnent to me.
.Mr. Goelet kept Drake in his personal
service. It xxas said that Drake was
spying snd reporting to Mr. Goelet
'Tins espionage -rot upi.n my nerves
seriously. I wont ererysiiere with Mr.
Goelet hunting or fishing snd trying
to be agreeable He arss very aareastlc.
Ha quarrelled about everything
x?.as unalterably surly. H<
very rude to my guests. Hi often at
table apok? d in t] - ctfully 0* mo In I ?
presen? of my friends For yeatt h<
He often sat si tha tsble looking at
until the eltuatlon becsme x.ty un
(imtiniiei "i? sseeni p:?c fifth retasa,
Aged One. He Cries W:ien Par?
ents Take Him in Charge.
T e youngest Ions transstlsntlc trav
wlthin the memory of la sl steam?
ship officials arrived here yssterdsy on
the Ptins Friedr;.. h Wilhelm, of the
North ?'erman Lloyd I.Inc. The voy?
ager wss Hsrry Jsger "ne ..- ?;
from Hsroburg.
Awaiting the -' amer st Hohoken
were his parents, who xvr- :'? r ? i
1 to America without him severs]
months s..,'" because of the haby's i'l
th. On the trip serosa the Atlant -
Harry was Intrusted to the '-are of
Mr-, Lens Schmidt, :. atesrardess. He
me sa sttsch? d to hi.rhen
parents, whom he did not n
yesterday, took him away, he .-?:
.?. a aeries of lusty wslla which
rivalled the steamer's whistle
Read the Interesting Details
ol the
Ben Franklin Quiz
On Page 5
Chauffeur Who Ran Her
Down in Fourth Avenue
Mysteriously Gone.
Detecl ere pussled last night by
rani e of the "? 'ir i f i
United States mail truck after hut ma?
-and Instantly killed
a woman al Fourth avenue and 26th
The woman, who may have been
Lissle Rlley, atepped from behind a!
MadlaoB avenue atreatcar Into the path'
of the truck. She was burled fifteen ,
feet but again fall in its path, and a
front a aal passed over her head. i
The chauffeur paused for an Instant j
and then pul on full speed, it la said, i
Charlea King, of No. i ? *_; Waverley
PI ? ?. a * acht broker al No 52 I
t, coming along in his automobile,
s.iw the accident and ordered ins
chauffeur to chase the truck.
I ?r. Kutl ? N fork Hospital
?n? on 1: ,, .? with a
patient, likewise saw t:.. sccldent. n?*
found the woman dead.
Kin? overtook the mall truck on the
hill at Park avenu- and 34th atreet
and called upon th? ? haulfeur to toi
TI ? ild aomethtng about
not to delay the malls and ,
gave hi- 'l?ense number as 1294, N. v.. i
end hia truck nun 09 King let
tru? k
?41 the Grand Central PostoflJ
told tl it the man had been taken
awaj b] two policemen, iteiu?r*. ;
to di.-. over Km; at ans ??' ?**by station. I
: ? d? ad woman waa dresi
mourning. She foi ty-flve ^
yeara old, 5 feel ,; Inches in height
and about WO pounds In a*eight, in
a t?ag abo il her neck she b id $0 -"
.-it ? i m h?-r pocket a note, dated Marrh ]
16, which - ild "Mr. Houlihan, ( ? ?? ??
Lisais '? order foi flftet n
days' v."rk ' it waa algned ' N.
; ,r"
Even Spouse Not Spared by
Woman Mayor in Oregon.
r. rtland, On , March IT Mrs. j?,hn '
Larsen, Mayor of Troiitdale, Ore.,
? of her husband to- I
day on irg? of wiling liquor to '
boya testified to-day
that Larsen and other aalcon men had
sold them liquor.
"I did ' '?*-? -
?en," ?: ? ? ;.i .3 or asid to-day,
ty he'll i ave t.. take
Lngli-,.1 Jibe for Secretary of
State's Enthusiasm for World-?
Wide Arbitration.
? .
;. . I ? March 17.?"The Daily
Chronicle" thi3 morn.ng published a
W with William J.
I 1 arbitration "Hi?
nthusiasm I u
1 phi in de
riblng the Great luring ;
Pall Mai] Gaxett? evening
th? r-??", a*- follows: "We
would rather ?ee Mr. Bryan'a -
tos ard Mexico .-,nd hear of
punish the I rutel murder
t. Mr Bryan has no
* responsibilities for the nail?
1? nimm luc? h? has loward th?3
the nation to
- -
A ?guata, Charleiton, Summervlil?, Savan.
nah and ill Florida pointa, \?n. Atlaatlc
Coas) Line, 1 Ltd. tra?na daily. All ?tel
" ? -1*5 H WAV. T-:. Mad |?Mn
Adrian H. Muller Seeks
Have Husband of Daugr
ter Arrested.
News that one of tx?., forgiven el
Ing tistei i had i I pi ? h
aumably with her young husband,
' am? kii"xx n ? ? aterds), a hen II i
learned thai the father of the g
Adrian 11. M?ller, of No 354 W
Knd svenue, had applied to I mm r
Attorney Whitman for the Indlctm
of Herbert Huber, husband of I
' . -.IK Kill.
it wa? exsctly 1 80 o'clock on t
morning of ftbruary l thai Mi Mul
xva?? ia[I?d to the telephone) to len
that his daughters, Horslns, ssva
toon yesra old, snd Jt-'^i'1, two vea
I r, h id returned from thi Ir era
Jeringa with their young husbam
Huber, twenty-two, and hla cousl
T{- \ Jones, twenty-one Mr. Mull
int daugl
ten agsin thai he willingl: forgax
them, Insisting onlj thsl the ?
couples be aepsrated until the wlvi
| finia I th? -'ion and tr
I OUthfUl hU Sd her-ome m"!
??*?. urn ' ' .....
Thla sppsrentl? wss astiafsctory I
the matrimonial children, ao Mr. Mu
irprlse max- be iniairin^d wh'-n 1
earned ? _| Horslns hsd dissppesre
m gat ? ' - irch for h<
without t asa tsncs i
roung II .'?? r ' : h!?- n Isti?
Mrs Msrj E. M inusl, aunt of th
mg brides and Intrusted with thei
aie and educstton, noticed an autr
ntaining '!iras women and
roan drive up to the aouthesst corne
>f West End nd 77th ??trcet o
Saturday st Just about noon. Th*--!
?he saw Horslns dash tit of rhe ?oust
loin the party in the mschins and spsei
xway. Mrs M mus? at oneo notifie'
ther and then called up Mrs
Emile Huber, mother of Herbert, s
So. 800 West 137th sti
i"-. ? es of the trvest iniith itreei
? ? ? ? led In to unravel the mys
:ery, discovered that Horsins had so?
li r apartment
ihout fifteen minutei after leaving hot
lunt's home on ?.Vest End svenue an?i
p to the room ? :
he H ? ??? ra In fact, the d? I
iay, Emile H d them that wh'-r
'- told Mr?. Manuel over thi
she bed not so? n Hon
?ina In Si was f-tand
ng near
e ? - ?????
Calls Court Criticism "Ill-Dis?
guised Vituperation."
v Mar. h 17.?Cssusl refer?
?nee to "ill d | d vituperation'' in
r? i. levelt's critt? lam of the
stem, s
nent of the m ? tstt* of keeping the
ludlcisry Independent ar.d a d
? on of th. .-? ? neea of the
I lilted Btstsa Supreme Court marked
William if. Tart's lecture before the
.f the Unlverslt] of Minns?
?ota to
Mr. Tsfl ad * ; thi '"-'?"ral plan
-- ?? srmnenl in sn sddr*
Ilni ? Its ? *i*.. snd ' '? m?
, . \ ristlon esrtler in the
noon This evening be sddi
' lounty liar Aasocistlon
- #
Kaiser's Daughter Has Son.
Berlin, Msi t. lti I son xx sa on
ruing to the i ?uke snd i
ran of Brunswick. The Duchi
Brunswick li th? onl) daughter of the
Oerman Emperor. The msrrisg? ol
tin i.r:i,. esa '?? Ci in ?? Ei n? il ??
>;' Cumberlsnd took plsci on Msy 24
1013, Th* prince assumed the thron*
?f the Duch) of Brunswick lasi No?
Federals Take the Aggres?
sive and Attack Enemy
Near Escal?n.
, Insurgent Leader Hurries
to the Front on One
Hour's Notice.
Huertas General leads Main
Column. While Other hoops
Try Flank Movement.
-- ?
Ki Paao T? \ March 17 I -
I is In progr? ron ??
miles from the city, and th? p-heis ara
being ? Int. ac
'. cording to prit at- adi i
I here from a onsid? n i rails
ble aot r
I 1 1 1 t I ' ',. ! ?
city of Tor- ? roper
by the r? :?? -. !.. .,-? . : |-.?? have not
? 'n get a ?iii'ii Btrih Df i
the p?a. ?. but that i* -?
akirmlshes, a in, h amount* d i ro< tl< i
ittlee, ths i edei bach ih<
? ? ?
According i . r? d< ral id
? etved by the M? Kl< in Consul Ck is
H. \. Dlebold, a Fed? rai foi ??? und? r
General Pens attach .i the i
for.-e near Escal?n, and II '111',I ?*,' th,.,,,
back. Th** report, wh!< h , * m hro
Auk ri? ans ? ho I ad '? fl
I that th?. Federals had i aptun i ? ?
troop train "tt Its way tn Torn ?
The departure of General i
Villa from chihuahua for i.**- akm la
regarded is Indi? atlng thai flghtit -
in progress north of Torn ??? and
-- serai battle is Immlnsnt Ret* i
officiais m Juares
tie Baa ? al taken pi ?
Villa'? Officer? Alarmed.
Villa*?-? .start for lh?- rir,nr. la ,l?-el;,i->i
tn he in rt tit . tilg '
? hi?~ offleers In the :u-ld, ?rbo ?una be
\com? alarmed ?tmmy th?> FVd-rnl'? up
zti . .< en?
Villa ati'l ?i>neral F?-'|-.-> IngeSM ar?
expected to raiiv the rebels ami i.? -
s r'orw.ird nsorement which win car.*
tho flSrhtlng f" taktrtS of T? r- i
reon, bttt It will i-o --. ? | r r I
th? ? ? m gat "
.*: ol?|
The railroad from T<nt4mb runs
ri'-rtli "through ; ?-?.-i!on to Jiniine/. r*h! -
huahua and beyond, ?.n <-*??!, M?ri?- |
th? road ar?* HMMUItelna, arhlt h for ten
mil? B a-? marked w 1th rlf!?- pita dug
in prevloua revolutions.
Tt Is reporf-1 thai the Ferlerai"?
movod oit of Torre-m in tWO dStel
limit.*-. pt;jii::n? tO order fr??tn Pre?!
; ' 'up .iota' liment i? ?aid
"1 over tho plains west of
th<- railroad, with the mi untaJm be
?*.?e?^n It an 1 the road, while ?"he main
i ? ? roctly by rail to Lscaion
The santera date? nment ?-vi-ientiy
? is trying to fpt in Villas r?ear, aa it
eras moving in th-* direction of Jlml
r,< t., flfty-frre mllsa north of Escal?n
Rebels Outnumbered.
?-',p?-.?ra! Urbana, of the Constitution?
its, bad been poetad at Romrte ta
Kuard agaitiat Just such ?trategy, and
is :all to have encountered UM a?*l
vf,n'*e guard of the Pi derail last l-'attir
? ?? at or n<?ar Tiosano, which in about
no mile-) west of Jlmlnei. He h nsi<l
? .?? be"*n outnumbered and to hgve
telegraphed for mor" men ?nd artillery.
The Zaragoza brigade of IJtH rajt
Qenerai Agulrre Beam
. ..- r, ,| (|ia PsdersJs at
km, and is report*"! to have b??*ti
..; | !.. k jresterd ? This la be
. l to aecoun*. for the sudden d?>
ture cf ?fJK neril vni.-i, who gave hi?
?-taff one hour's notice and then left
? ape< la1 ftmln
!? -.- a*-?-.ni?--d thai Vllln brought UP
- ? ? trcements to-d.-.v and that Um
battle was renewed With Increased
Th*- r?*b?*l tr^T'? i?a?.<? t,e??n moving
from Juarez and Chihuahua an<!
?g In from other direction! flor ?
Rebel lenders hnve 'a;'! i lain*.
IS.WM men, but r.'.ooo l?
? ? '???>'
Strength of Federsl?.
Rscugses nom Torreo? In th? ? ? ?
the Fad torea pre*
got Genera ' -' '?'**> ?h
to n iddod that h
v-a- rapidly be.ng reinforced.
A fortnight ago t- | radas
aera dlapoasd a.-? fo?ows: At ,.
??? * MM men! et
Osnsr ?.-?*.' the t.iu oi
, . , ..
. tal '?? ? N ???
v nh !,M General Aguilar had beea re?
cruiting east ?*f T?arr*eon, and recentll
Oenei il A rre 1 >? ho ?-. arKh the ?
, ?rated Zaiageae brigade, entrained ?i
rebela ha?
that Torr? i
? . :.. ? ? t .?.?.?: ;?: ?.in
munleaUon In relire ??! ?. da)
-.?1 th? railroad ;
. ? i ami thai
Ths Irst hint i the la
m.m uve ui a battle came ou a^tai?..-.?

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