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?n?mne WEATHER To-day, cloudy and colder. TEMrKRVTfRK 1ESTER?.W*. II:?I' "**?; I"?, 33. lull report !'??? IS. *S -l ' Vol. LXXIII....No. 24,595. ?a * * NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1914. I > I > I ? ' 1.* I )\ I.' / * 1,* VT ,d ( ?'* ot :s'"?, Teott, >ewark. Jersey ? If and Holm!..*" 1 ^ : BLSBWMBBI TWO I ENTS. MOVES TO BREAK HARD COAL COMBINE ? (jovcrnment Charges Le hjgh Valley and Subsidia? ries with Conspiracy. SUES TO UPHOLD COMMODITIES CLAUSE Coal Company a More Subter? fuge t<> I vade the Law, It Is Alleged. The aovernment'a xxar on the hard era! combine waa continued yesterday |n g , ? m f the Dapartment of jurti'?* In t'1*' united states Circuit Up,, .-.-nnst the Lahlgh Valla) ^Utaad ' ''!l v.-iiiey Coal Com? paI , Ulf h Valley ?"?-.ai Balas Ctaapan; and othei eubeldiariea of the tfOXttv Suit was brought under the Sherman ?_w and the t*?nmodltlea i lause at the intfrntH'^ commer?a act? Th? bill ^i^, ? t the i H DM ai the coal ?ands made through the Lehigh Valley ! .? dlsaoh ' <1 t?" as to r? witahlifih competitive rond It ions; thit the railroad"?* Ie??es with the coaricom? panics \.. ? d. and tt.nt tr?ne* purtati'Ti by the i.ehigh Valley Rail? road of the coal owned by the Lehigh pany he prohibited More tn.-.n a dosen other co*rporatlona and the following indixiduals wen name'i aa defendants m a conspiracy to mor ' "|e: Conspiracy Alleged. Georta F. Baer, ?.eorse P. Baker, char.t-s Bi ele, 1 Sward T. Btotaabury, Ptiniel F.. Raid, l.yman D. Smith and William i .V. ore, all of whom am directors, nrd others, Th<? complaint cites thai the Lrhich Valley Railroad has prevented new i . Qtering the anthni'ite v the rf>ad and has com - idi at produc?n to ship , on' already engaged In .loo citaa that the La? the pricea of anthracite in ail mark? '- i "t reached by other roads. The I.?Inch and other anthra? Ita ? comparatively n ? ni ? tiif Suprema Court prohibit in?* r [rom transporting coal be a corporation the stock "f ?hid ? d by the road, raorgan? lions x\ ?th their coal pro? ducir?.; m pa??es. The Lehigh or ganiz???! the Lahlgh Coal Balas ?'"in t>an>. A'hlch was to buy all the coal ? v the Lahlgh Coal Company. The ato kholdera of th^ sales company ?er.- lentlcal x\:th those at the railr rooi il Company are ? ? ? ? ngth In the < ???mplalnt, xx h. ? ? the latter baa sex ? ration, but I ade the | the l,ehip:h Coal Balea Company, the bill cites that II waa In? S t Jl : Bay In January, 1912 ?a '". a m tal at ck of $10,000,000, ? f ?xi;- - ? tenth of the ? :. of the Lahlgh Vajley Immediately, after "huh ? dividend waa de ? by the Lehigh raii 8,000 of its stock tha stock of the Big Profit? of Sales Company. f thi anpany, the ? been eiKMinoua, ahowint r. u " quarterly dividenda while m November, ?ins of buai ? Id an extra cash 5 pe? rent, and at the same ?'me '!? al nmounU'd to a UT? nt ?it'" k dl? !??? I. ' 1918, the complaint company had a sur : I 11.184,841 In the face of 111 .i- era, the contract two ? eenpenies n"t only lief | 'ist any reduction ! reicht rates to New Tor)-. | m even higher ratea, Lehigh Valley Goal I '"iii B from th? aalea f ?nt,iin?<1 aa Otih p-?j-?. fourth rolninn This Morning's Xews. local past ; * ? -.h System. i ?i to S;i\e Boy . 1 ? 1 ? ? . 1 i I..it Mes tas? .1 ill .1 ry H i . sa , I 1 ? for Huerta .... a /??... a ' ird Approved.... 3 . 4 arlt? . 5 ? - Qalas. 5 ? ?-??? Baa, 1 rombs.11 RhOp Wi'is .... 14 H OCNEKAL. . 1 3 ? M tor* 3 ? ?'? agi . . a ??? k Bill .... 4 ? ?? Halted ... 4 I'IRIill.N MIScn?_A*fEOUS . 8 . 7 . 7 . . . 8 ? '1 .... 9 ? 10, 11 sad 12 .... 12 ' ? . 13 11 ?**&?? ..'..'.'.'.'.'..'.'.....13 NO FEAR FOR MRS. WIL Reports of Serious Effects 1 Fall Are Denied. Washington, Mai 'his Mrs ?.<, roar wiis n is recovering alowly tin effort?? of ? fall on '.ht- \\ I It? I Am ?r t vv " \? ? eks ago Tho declination bj Misa Eleanor son of an Invitation to attend a d ;it the British Embaasy on accoui the lndiapotdtlon of hrr motlier report to nipht that Sirs. * r>n was seriously ill, hut these i romptly denied. it was said Mrs, Wilson would t nri'l about in a few days. CAMOYS ESTATE IN TRl Pre-Nuptial Agreement corded Long After Wedclir I'tn, I'l.'Tn r*. March IR \ ii* -n? agreement made by Lord Camoya Miss Mildred Constance Shen daughter ?>f Mr,? William Watts.E man of Newport, who ?.vor*- marrie 1011. ** H? Hol with the Record? i 'i-, ds to-day. The agreement transfers nil the tato riTiii property of Lady Camoj two trustees- Prank W. Mattlson Pletcttor s Mason, of this citv? provides thai tin? Income shall be i her until she becomes thirty-five >< old. if ?i-i" dios before the n<p of t ty-f1\e Lord Camoya is to I""- I tlOO.000. if children -are left. Lord mo;, s I? to receive the Income, fi 1100,000 f'?r tho remainder of hi? and t1:?**- children equal shares ??f the mainlng esiate upon reaching the ?f twenty-one. if the wife should die before ?he i of thirty-five an?! leave no will or cl dren the property residue WOUld all to her eister, Mrs. Lawrence !.. I h-sple republic?nsIail to back mitche Conference Decides Not to Ma Police Bill Party Measure, but May Support ft. i* . ?< ;-? ?ph te 1 ; a T Ibuna I Albany, Mareta 19 (Thnraday) The I publlcana In conference earl] ?ins moi itiK by a \ Iva voce rot? decliied nut riinke the bill a party measure PYiei of the hin declare this does ri?.t n?? sarlly tti?,*iu it- defeat, for thej deck many voted not to make the Mil I pal re "ii the r>rlti'*li?le that to do would be to revive the <>i?l cam* methods Champion? of Mayor Mltehel'a hill t dare* the bill will paaa the Asm an amendment suggested by Aseembl ni.ui Brennan, r'f Kmga, in the conferen is accepted bj th.- Mayor. This amendment gives to the I?? nnl -? view power to modify or affirm th.- fin h -'s of the Police Commlseionar to rei ?'. policeman, or to aei back ti ?? -?? *.. til?- commlaaloner for r trial, ah th.? New fork County m< atood for thi> amendment Bpeaker Bweel urged "n th? Republicat it?, wisdom <>f makini th.- bill a par measure "Senator Root and ottaer mi high in our part) s ??ouncfls have declar? for the bill," he Bald, "an?i i believe a give Mayor Mitcbel ?nut i wants.'' Aaaemblyman H"ff, ehalnnan of tl Cities Committee and 'he introducer < HI in the Aeaembiy, expia ? purpoM of the meaaure, and an tii?' Mayor'a requeat for the pases ? ? the billa sli.?nid !??? heeded by the Republ ?aaaemblyman Btoddard, "i Ne York, also fought for the bill, but d< cltiriil ho believed 11 should tlrst I amended, su as to give the board of r? \i?*w tinal and abeolute power over th Police Coanralseloner'B Undings. Mr. Buriingame, "f Kinga, the leaditi opponent of the meaaure, led t agalnat the hill. Other Brooklyn a- era . , joined him In ins attack, notabl Ahern. l.ockwood, Oreen, Brennen, Lan?; and llamnan. Thorn, of Cri > outity. also fouKht the bill. ? ? BARON POSTEDJTO GRAVE His Ashes Sent to German Vaul' by Mail?Costs $1 05. The ashes of Baron Carl Qromadsln SBy, wl died al New Rochelle, wen shipped yest.-play by panel post to hli home in Qermany by Robert Lesser ?,f Homoatead 1'nrk. The package, weighing eight pound? si M '?.'? t?) send, ?rid was addressed in Baron Bonder mann, at Bamter, prov? int a of Pooon. ? ? SLANDER TO CALL ONE "SUFFRAGETTE" German Teacher Obtains Convic? tion of Woman Who So Characterized Her. .? Mai II Por ?calling s aroro? an school principal ??? "suffragette" the in In a nelghborlni all? l?ge WM convicted >>f alandef ai ? I to un? The offert?*?? w.-'h ciumnltted in a quarrel over the punishment of the ptay? i daughter by the ichool pria pa omplalnant Udd tu<- court that the f. iffragettea hid ahown theartaehrea t., he ; armai Bducat? d i sople, she BSid, were enraged ats'.itiist them OWlag 10 tluli '? it' :i>-'< IS i""i :i"li?'l> would Ir, ? 'hlldren to hei if si*,<- wer? a ?uffra *** 'i ii.- d?fendant refuaed to apologise, and ?? . ' ? ? bad ' '? I like a miffta *-*.*?.? was thereupon ordered t?> pay .. tin? Hiccoughs End Idle Life. | . . t till at, ol da lb Moi a Uli the Board of Health of Queens yeeterday H-is fi.ith ? ! i j?.t ?Vl lia m Jackson, a ne? thro? reara old, a ho "had novel worked during hla life." died on Si. I'.'ti Ii I.s Day from 'p. rsl ''H' ? ? ? f.'t I ??.?, ?la\ ? " ' born on HI Patrick's Day, 1171, In kill, N "> Th? ? aa filed by Dr L? V. Clark, of Far Rock??! WOMAN KILLED IN ELEVATOR CRASH Mrs. Mary H. Smith, Widow ! of Noted Rector, Crushed Between Car and Shaft. - OPERATOR JUMPS OUT AS IT FALLS! Sister-in-Law of Bishop Mackay Smith Was on Her Way to Visit Friends. M:f Marx TI. Smith, seventy three years old wmIiiu of the Re Cornellui B. smith, rector emeritus of BL James's Episcopal <-hur<h. met death last niKht in th?- Oullford, an apart n.'-nt house si No, 1">1 Kast *>lst street xvhen the elevator from which she a is about i" alight slipped its cable con? troller ami dropped on?- floor, crushing her between the car and the wall of th. shafL The xxoman's srr*-iimi as the car f^U i pon her brought the superintendent and employes of the building. Th? struggled to release her, bul the ele? vator slowl? sank below ihe level of the floor and then dropped, her hodx falling on the roof, Mrs. Smith left her home, ni No ?"?"> Park axenue. to dine with Mr and Mrs. K P. Budd in their apartment on the seventh floor ><f th?? Oullford. She "iiiered the elevator, which ?*parent.y was In good xvorklng order unill the operator brought it to a stop at the sexenth flr-or As It? opened the door the car dropped about two feet, and continued sinking as the cable drum turned. The operator leaped out and fell sprawling out on the hallway floor. As- Mrs. Smith tried to climb through the narrowing: opening the car dropped apaiti and caught her Por a moment the hie cage descended slowly 'rush? ing her, until it fell one full floor, A hurry call xx-as sent for an imhrr lance and attendants m the houai had to rig a staging and take oft" th?? upp r part of th?' protective ??"Till -,x"rk on the sixth floor to remove th<- body, i" clans .?-aid death x?.<? almost Instanta? neous. 1 Mrs Smith's husband died about a] year at,.?, after a long and ltstin-| gulahed career in the ministry. He1 was a brother of tin- lat.- Biahop Mac Kay Smith, of Pennsylvania. Mi*. smith leaves two ?-"?is, th?? Rev. i?r. I Everett P. smith, of Boise City, Idaho,' ami Cl?renos B. Smith, a lawyer. In i this city. Two daughters, Mrs. Rich? ard il. Dana, wife of the anhit.- , and Mrs. UllOOffl Cromwell, also s".r xix-e he -, GIRL DROPS TO DEATH Mystery in Fatal Fall from Window After Dance, Mystery surrounds tin- death of M;ss Margaret Honslgar, nineteen "id. .if Nu, 761 Eleventh avenue, who either fell or- Jumped from a fourth story xxjndox?. at No. 87 Amsterdam avenue at 1*80 o'clock this monillo Miss Honsigai had just returned from a ?lance with her friend, Misa Amu?? Galvln, who lives at th?. \-: aterdam avenue address Bhe com plained of !" ida? he and w< I Into the front room to sr.-uid by the window. I Bh< s ..s alone a! the time. The first Intimation thai Miss Qalvin I had "f Hi- tragedy xxas a shriek. lowed h'? a thud on the sidewalk. Bhs , .| Into the ri...m, and. finding it empty, peered oui <<( ti.'- window, Bhe then saw Miss rionsigar't body I, i g on the sidewalk. At the RooaeveU Hospital the phy? sicians said that the girl had been in? stant].?, killed Many Routed in Hotel Raid. Thirty-two coupla? were routed <?it >f ;t \\, ?( Btli stre? early to-day, when Detectives Noll ar.u Dolan, of In . ?? : the hotel. arresti th? ? i and pla? ed a uniformed i a,an m i-harpre. CALMETTE SLAYER NOW REMORSEFUL Mme. Ca?laux, Despite Spe? cial Privileges, Breaks Down in Cell. MOMS RESIGNS HIS CABINET PORTFOLIO Cold. Wet Weather in Paris Dampens Ardor of Royalists and Other Trouble Makers. -.'??.-' r Mar? '. 18 Mme. ? broken dou a In her ? eil in the Balm prison, and for the oral time he ahol M. Calm? I te has sh??w n remorse. Mall i ? Lai ori, h? t counael had n long ? onferen ? a her to day, bul t?? the artnj of i ers which surrounded Mm aftei !? i from the jnil he declared firmly that lie had nothing |ret to saj for publical loi, In the Samt l.a/.ar. prlaon Mme Caillaux occupies the same cell Which Mme Humbert, th? famous in? ternational swindler, and Um?, Bteln? heil, the woman charged With killing her husband, and acquitted later by ? y, wer.? confined. It - laid however, that the ceii ha? been made more comfortable, luxurious almoat, ami Mme. <'a?iiau\ moreover enjoys special privil?ges, she is ?Allowed t?> receive visitors, and her husband stayed to-day for an hour at her side. She will formally appear before a ju??e d'Instruction m-.xt week. Hundreds of prominent persona visited the Calmette residence to-day. Former President Emits Loubei was nttionj,? the Qrai to ?ail tn express i" i ??onally his sympat hies to the family. ii Is stated that tin? Calmette family will start a civil action in order to ex? podite the criminal prosecution. Situation Very Ten??. While the press i onald< rs th? ill tion verj tense and th? tragedy Is unanimous]?, deplored, it ?a recognised Ihal the affair will reopt n ih? !:? chette <ase and eventually will clear the political atmosph?re, Jean Juar?s Is the chairman of the commission ap? pointed t" investigate the R matter. The Sinn.' ?:.?? Id? ?1 ' pone until to-morrow Its decisioi the Judicial powers of the committee, ? the latter has decided nol to wait until thla formality is accomplished. Ernest Monis, Minister Of Marine, whoee i. ni? Is t.i? ? tii'tn ?i tn the Fahre repoli os halving used presaure in favor of Rochette, to-day reaignad his pool m the ? labil el. ?jiving aa the ? ? for his action that he preferred t., be In on to speak freely when he ap? pears before the committee He may . it tl ?inclusion ? f the Investigation. M. Jaurjrs maki - no *-? rei of hta Ii - t' ntion tn leave no stone unturned to get at the full truth, il?- said to-night: ? i ahall he a judge of bronze with a sword "f st< ? i." The i.at?la examined will be ? \ i'r? ml? i r?rnesi Monis, ex-Pri - mler Calllaux, the Ministei of Finance. who reaignad after the shooting; ex? Premier Briand and ex-Premier Bar thou, h'tii former Mlniatera of Justice; M. Fahre, the Public Prooecutor, and ?uit de pisle, Prealdenl of tin? Couii of Appeals, who ordered 'he ad? joiirtim? nt ut' the I to? i I Pans Becomes Quieter. Tim first wave of feelinf over the shooting "i M. Calmette is slotglj sub aiding. The cold, wet weather has dampened the enthusiasm of the Roj al Ists and others who have been Indulg? ing in d?rmonstratl< ns throughout the city, and to-night Pans Is compara? tively quiet. i :-,, r- v her? In those quarter? there was likelihood of trouble, how. ( ru? uiiicil ?ii siconil pus?", ?pienih , ,,liiinii. MESSAGE FROM GR A VE SHOWS O'BRIEN VICTIM OF 'SYSTEM/ Written Record of His Broken Heart. Appealing from Verdict of Enemies and Declaring Own Ideals. Is Found Among Effects of Dismissed Inspector. Through a letter written In lea. pei. eil on manila paper, fo ind among thi effects of former Police Inspector J"iu ,t. O'Brien, who died on Saturday at his home, N". l?D5 North Oxford etreei Brooklyn, suspicion grew inro positiv? belief thai instead "f dying from pneu? monia he had died from a broken hi rt, the result of treatment received while m th, Police i'? partment. The tetter, bearing m> date- waa In? closed In en ei ,*elope addressed ' Por the nearapapers." and was found by i ugene i: O*Brien a s"ti of the d< ad man The mea a^- read I ki on aoroe thing of xx?at the world ?nal?. They havi rh< .-ano? warm hand? leap aa you and I. Theli wars faahioned th? same power. Vou ami i ma] ha?- criminal In and it max- hav? bean our good fortune never to have had temptationa thrown in our path. "WS all find our I'la CSS m life, pi.i - ing th- game until xx-e ?o oui forever. i kno*a th.- hum.m sides of criminals, and I kri"W that human lives ail mu h ?like, hut when i ? ? ? ?? man pi,o Ing himself on a p. lestai and calling bis fellow mon crlminsls i mistrust ?li?t man. "i .im growing older I have si?.'??.! wear*) of this tribulation, it was no t.i.i, it was i et just, it was nm human that i x\_? tri? d on the i hargi a a ? treated as i xx.is. if my enemies na ! : tice 1 should n"t .ia'. i been called upon ro defend myself, ?I bava loved pea? ?*-. law and order, I have loved my feilen man. i h_-< ? .1 in h.xx- and order. I ha* a ? i kindnesa and gentlen mei ? ? the beat i .i sa the ha foiw "Tha? ? wh I i - treated as I WOO, ? i !.. ? d, not i ?!?.*? d, my fel? low 'nan." i .. is d iring the administration nt II ? ', nor thai Ma) <>r Mitchi i, then President of the Hoard ..f Alder, men, ting Mayor, in the ab? et n.f Mr. i la] nor, and cleat Coney [aland, which was In Inspi tor ' i'Brien's diati I? t it rea ilted la ? ping ide again.! thi . tor .md ins ultimate dlsml Man friends gathi red yeat? rda it iii,- chun h "f the Sacred Hi ' mont ax .-nie, near Part avenue, Uro? k i\n, vxhere a requiem masa wa brated Inti rment xx.?.-? m Hol) Cru ia ? -, m< tsi y. I MME. CAILLAUX AND HEB HUSBAND. FLYING LEAP FAILS ! TO SAVE BOY'S LIFE _ ?Lad Ground to Death by Speeding lender Despite Brave Fireman. While three horses attached to high pressure tender No 18 were running ai f?:ii speed through Greenwicn ave? nu? ,'. Joseph Traut, proba? tionary fireman, dived from it to the stre? th ? life <?f s child who ' ted dow n a anoa bank In trout I apparatus. The fn,man missed ai : the i hild a aa gro nd t" death. All along Greenu'ich avenue are ?e and : ? *. hi apa, relics "f the recant .1 sid? a of th?- thorough? ' fare. CI ive <??<' d th? in for ? coasting . i nd s do? n or more were pla; ta hen the 1er swung Into the avenue at Huh street and straightened away foi s run ! uptown. Trent was standing on a heap of boas Ion the top of (??"? tender, keeping liis balance with difficulty as he struggled i into hla coal and boots. Ks the outfit ? ?i by the corner of 12th street the I probationer aa a four-year-old Bernard I Goldman s few yards ahead, preparing] ; to siuie dou n Into th? ar tracka. The driver had no time t" check t.is horses. Traul sprang to the aide rail of the tender us the i hild'a aled star;? d. At the risk i f being rolled back under the i lived straight don n be? ta eon the little o ? tei and the hora? a. II?' missed the i hild by a few Inches, the rear wheel of the tender bad ? rush? d o il . Trs ,;. though rolled in s heap atunned by the fall, got to hla feet, j T\>.., firemen who had been dropped oft t.j help him carried the child's bod lid? walk and - an ambu- ? lanct, T ? urred slmosi in front of the Goldman home, No 11"? Greenwich avenue. Traut escaped a h h a feu ? ul i and brul ? WEDDING SECRET 6 MONTHS Tufts Man and New York Art Student Surprise Friends, [B araph t in? Uns;,,n. March 18. friend? al T ? 'oil? - Rev. ( 'linton L. Scott, a of that instill,ii??n in the ? ui' 1913 I? am? d to-da ? ?-f hit n rrias t? Misa Edith T rt student and latratoi i Ne? fork i'ity. ? -? fohi bury, \'t. last s? ptemb? r. Th?* romance began when they were 11.11. \, . ,. sgo DEATH REVEALS SCHMITZ Son Dead. Ex-Mayor Leave5? | for San Francisco. i: gen? - I Mayor," who ruled - un? der ab? R * lefi mon | I ? ? ? ? f his powei " nfalh by the death spital there ????*?? i ?.; the ag?- of eight? ? ? ? ? ? S . ? -.tin ?:. where : * : ? . ttor as supo? - i to ha*? ?< ? tnaelf to Mexico '?? re ' ? laying rith a frl? nd at No. ( ? aide ' J. G. Bennmt Sails for Suez. Pert -- Ian, ?-' pi Mai h 11 The |m Gor? tor of "Th? N. a v? rk Herald" waa au *h thai , ? ;. r\?*ht tii?? i.- atstrata Me iffei ? i I tta l ron i i* - Read ihr Interesting Details of the Ben Franklin Quiz On I'dge * WOMAN SHOT SOO AFTER 'PHONE 0 ?Young Wife, a Priso 1 Adds to Message Myst< ?Says It Was Accidei I Mrs. M St ???? :rt St oil. twenty : ? ir?. old, a if-- of a irai ?-lling s man. of No. ,"._l West 160th strc in a pre arlous i ondltlon at VTaal ton Heights Hospital with a hull. hi r left it i ? i. w th.- heart Bhe is -i prison'i. ? I argi d a ?ti tt mpted suicide; bul iys she el? in Ing the revolver, when it wai cldentally discharged. The polies Heve the young ".man tried to h< r life after reci Ing a ti lepl : go fi "in i man \ esterd noon. In pro? t of tin?, thej aa ihm tactiva Poley, of Bt Nicholas avi station, found an envelops on a t In Mm BtolTa parlor on whii h . \\ litten in a \x i man's hand ' Notify C. s. Hammond, No. H< Ilex u > i ?. N. ?' " . then after a line, "Thomas Baknft taker. ? 'remate my bod) ? " Ab? . i lock in the afternooi epb? ne call In a mai - f'.r Mrs. Btoll. ir was taken by .\ ?Uta Titian, x? d'e "f the 1 who connected apartment No 28 on .?I il> "r. .i pied by Ml and hi ard Mrs. Btoll speak. A f minutes later Mrs. Titian disconnect the 'phoi e. Vire, i'iti'ii told the ; ollce thi ly had she tui from t ? I board than lt-i buzz? r sound ??partment red, b npon ?. thoi gh It i ?|. nt that the r< Till:- g I wrong, Mrs. Titian said sh.? ran up . ' and not i ? gel ny r< pi] at tl igh an ad Mra Btoll's roon (Ire ? m ip .??li" f..m d Mfra Bl II ? ath th? I !- ? l?"ti?'. * Ith revolver beside hi ' in call? l atrolman K? ane, md Dr, J t,,"k the roung wii'-n she reco* ? r< .1 '' .-?toil denied hax ? . tt pted her lif . ? ' ritten the : ? ' in he a tele phone ' onvi rsatlon ?? .t h a n 1 ?., -ax \? h" ti would say not h il t hei 'r:'! tha her hu Mr. atoll for C. 8 Hammond ft Co, of No. .'.<? Churc! publishers thi id of the firu _? the ?'. s. Hammond of Orang? m< ntioned in the not? Mr. Hammond said over l h< tele? had beard thai Hi a. Btoll had iccident ' ahot hi ? self. Mr. Man.: kn-xx Mrs Btoll ?'ill- . | ? WIRELESS MONOPOLY IS WON BY MARCONI Court Upholds Validity of Patents Necessary in Long Dis? tance Work. s Van V? ader, m th* - tes Dlst t ? irt. In Hr.".k I) t.. in i - ti gavi the mpany ictlcal monopolj of the ? m ??i this eountr) .Thi t bi the M ,, mpan] igi Insl th? Nat.":..: i: ? ti Bignalllns Company ror Infringement. I judge ?/coder upholds patent? gi ?rust 11 1881. 1 Sli Oliver Lodge, U self-inductance coil? bet reen I to Marconi, granted June 28, ' r foui i ip nil tuning. The -I? ' >-?"?> -1 T ? Lodge patenl and th? Marconi ? ? ? ihe easential features ,f nppai ; - made possible f 6,. mil ind Is admitt? m essential fea i -ii' it pres? ent know h and : M i 1H< >nit "i dolls illles hinge |. islon, and i?uli against the Stat? go 'rum- id ma; result REBELS ROUTED AND VILLA SAID TO PLAN FLIGHT Reported to Have Large Sums on Deposit in Banks on American Side. ATTACK ON TORRE?N CALLED HIS UNDOINCj Army Expected to Return to Border if Federals Press Advantage. ?VILLA BACK AT FRONT i Leaves '.h?huahua After Few Hours at Jimenez General Engagement Now Expected. The ' ? aaa ) i ' Paao res Mai h 18 Surprissalj bj Federal aggressiveness the entire-) rebel SITUS ?.'linh had been mobilized? to itt.i? k Torre?n, Is rapidly bec?>minirJ demoralised, according to to day*! ad Vk*ea from below ''hlhuahun. Pancho Vliia'i hurried return to Chi huahua from the front and hla reiueai to ??ive any Information ssaaesrraiM conditions irs ret irdad In i l?hual m ominous. Porterai aympathlaera aie declai that Villa is preparing for Right, n. mg large ?jums of ssona daposti .1 banks hare and at oth? 1 ? ??? nts on l-.i-d? r. i'ii Federal hint, however, i? aot 1 garded seriouslj by Amera ana, but Is conaMen ?1 llkelj that the ? bolo rah? 1 army may bs driven in confusion h? ?1 th?? border in a short tlm?? should ; the Federals precs the advantage which they undoubtedlj have tained thus f?r. United States Army Getting R??dy. While i'"' admitting thai ? rabal mut and tiiKiit "f rebel forces to the border are anticipated by th?; United States arm; ofB*eara; it was a?cknowl-j "Bdged '?' d?. thai the Amartrai aimy forces at border punts arould bo strength? ned al 01 1 it was st.-ited at Fort Bliss that reinforcements woui?i, be sett probebl) to-morrow t?> Naso and KogSISJ IriS., and If Is ?aid thai 'I'. vas hinder points SlSO V\lil he strengthen? -1. I ?espite the assertions of th? Wm?m erais, it was innoifflfOd m Juarez t?? nighl that Pancho Villa late to again left Chihuahua f<<r the from near Jimtnos, and thai ?*<> gsasrnl 1 gag? tti'iif h'-tw.-en rebels and Federal? near that point was eapectedj, -Fills had returned to Chihuahua af*? spending s few hours at Jimunee, bu Would K??* no nanti for his return. Unlike any other battle situation n Mexico, both MdOtalS and rebel? an ?,t: ?juarded In their olalms nnd In their Maternent-. r,f fighting ?round An and Jimenez. I'nually buiji to mal *? Is 1ms of toi which iisually ?ara not i.?.rn?- r,ut to .i.? v if baa been iiiffi. Federal offl'lai? ?nd Fedei lympathisers to say anything ?1. the progresa of the fight "nd th?- rob? ? ? almost to th? point of fis I whatevei aboard arm 1 affairs ? - fron sources **h"*i are considered reiiabii Indicate thai the skirmish fighting ?rhich ba.? been m progress for ,:-' 0 days between Jimenez snd T-orreon one tot four da?,? arouni Monclova bos baei Bet ruble fo draj Federals in every engagement. Thent has. h? ? ? ? ? r ri BO h?n.vy ftghfinsi. Rebel Bat.? at Jimenez Threatened. General Pancho Villa's efforts to carry th? to Tar non bava faii??i thus far, Federals from the Torre m ?/arris?,t.. under Qeneral T'ena, having the rebels back from Lucaion tn a point north of Jimenez, and are to laid r" bfl mena? in? Jimenez, a rhleh has bean the ret?? 1 ha??? and where, large quant ille? ?if rebel ? .11 *?.-?.? band foe tl ?- Tot - ampalgn. Generhl K. A Benavideej, fornisrty I and now ? om manding the Zaragoaa briga?ie. ts at v. rnio with bis command lie had been reported killed In battle, bul b? wired to I 1 fai ? in Juarra this morn? ? he was unhaim-1. I.? : ? - reported to have forced hi*? waj h after a skirmish with i F? .?ta; ommarid CARDEN'S RETURN A SURPRISE TO WILSON Administration Fears Britain's Announcement Will En? courage Huerta. ? g mass 1 ? ? (orinad an ' of riir Bdward ' ? that I Lionel Cardan win be returned to Men :?s Britta 1er cosssa ???? bssbo* I ? t a - ?* ? ? ?nd by no mean? a ml one, to the Presidan! snd his ? ? ' no intimation t ?t ? ? ? . ? ?1 from the Bi Itlsb gas arn* *. thai mas profound h.a the part ,,* the sdmlnlatratioo thai the Fas sign OfAca would p?w alve the ?rlsdorn of heeding tie ????:; known wlehei of thi ; it was bettetsd I I 1 Jonel s nf ti ad that was In ?? ? ted In a land deal In Mexico, m ?? ?