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ALLA MUST FIGHT
TO HOLD TORRE?N
Velasco Reported Ready to
Turn on Him with
REBELS FEAR THEY
HAVE BEEN TRAPPED
[ vacualion Regarded as Strategic
Move to F.nable Hucrtislas
to Join forces.
,--->' r^ 'i ? * r
.luarc/, Mexico, April 7. General
; il(i ;,,, Villa tuns', flghl to retain Tor
.,.?, rti reaching thia city
thr? ire true. So
? ? ? ? ports to da] that
-' officials, ui th" absence of
? t new*? from V the situa? '
? isj ?
Three eepsrst* r* rl ol the concen
? | ?? ,.*? ' ?-? |< rai troops n. m- Torre?n
hfl here t" day. Two (.uno from
.-. whi* h are not gen
? I here, but the third re
? ?-? d : ? . ?? ft?.m s'ilii" "
.-.I :-? . ausing apprehen?
, ? . ng near Ban Pedro
omblned ' '' General
y, !,, M ? and ?.?cnoral de
Ifoure ere aald to i.e moving on Tor?
reen ?I'd ?ii?*?- :111_: back ih?* rebel cav?
alry ff" by Villa to cut <.ff" the siip
of Velasco. Th-- . "tn
i'incd Federal army Is .*-:i?'i to number
N than 15,000 tnen.
\lrcady, it i? -aid. a large Federal
i han succoe.iod in getting between
Torre?n and Bermejlllo and has cm
.'s communication with th" north.
This rebel offi lala deny, it ;.;
... || ? Refugio
r of Torreon a ;:; nol due to
InabilU y to hold "in, but
.; tratet ru ? I wl h he
to lei Villa " ?ei py Torre?n
then, by c iblnlng the Torreon
nrmy with the relnfoi ementa of Gen?
?? Moure, which had
I .-.i .: ; o "-' i" ?>' Ban P< .li".
i the ? ':? of Torre?n, botl I? up
? ??? : - . ? i r i.,? ?- ,-t'i attack
h might 1 be a crush
? '..vv to tl.'
\ ? i ?-.. Iih.1 no su* h ? n the
battl? d by
rebels, Tin.- la well known noa
'?. the rebels. How large * force th?
Fed?rala had ,-i Torre?n still la un*
,'. n t?. the d ' ' orlil
si largo, li? ' ' i talnly au< i ? ? ded In
'it the bi Ik of hia army with him
-.?. ht n he 1? fi T? ok all
?.f in-- cannon ai
was uorili taking'.
? 'annon loft behind b; Ihe F? d<
were th" few ??'?:.ii had become use
? le, and ammun
I ammunll and untre*
the munil spt*
... hen he cm ered Torre?n
Although alarming reports were r?
'??<l on Ui* American side of th??
to-day thai the Federa
? ? .? for the r* iptur?
? r Torr* "" i* v aa ki. fter
? there had been no fighting
? n-day ;it Torre?n or Gor ? :
- i een flgl ng i I'? ?li?'.
eight mil? av v, and it
a n ii a small gai
Velasco to hold tne
. been rep l be
e of Federa
forth nd abundant I;
a ith the Tnrreon arn
'"..u r,i. n !'
M ?!??'. with
" 000, and of rith nearlj
REBELS FAIL AT TAMPICO
Attack Oil Port Three Times.
Only To Be Repulsed.
Ifexi " ' "It). April . in a m?
?n s o'clock thi Mo
? ' ? . ? i the War 1
thai the retx I - i n ... |< h re?
attacl pico t?. .?.i ? ? finall
The m< sag? sa) "Wi are all i i
inn n iv thought ?.
attack will t.? r? t-. ,??
A''.('i.im- to ! ? ih??
gunboat \ era < tus and the - loop
REBELS BUILD GUILLOTINE
With It They Hope to Avenge
Relatives of Gutierrez.
Juai-1 M< .:.-... .piil ? \t - ?
??" a home-made gulllotin?
? I. it v, as built b) r? bt ' ?
in thi ommandi .1 b) General Eu?
lalio Outl? ... now In this- cits
i ?. | ? .
ftulllotii ? ? ;? net al Outiei rez'a
m-lau. Jos? MOI ^.?-. ?vas kill?-?)
?n battle i ?
?m! i.f Moi
ti i ami < ||
rex's :- ? In Saltillo. Th?
i ederal command? r arrest ? elstivi
? ' lutl? i r ? -.. plai ? -I th? m ?.n a troop
train I to Ban Id '
'ih.. bab> di< ! "i' exposun on th?
lOthlng la know n ?.f lii" l He Of '?' "
mcmbi ra of the ;..
TO AID SPANIARDS
Tries in Vain to Stop Their Ex?
pulsion from Torre?n by
? By Telegraph "?> 'i ? i nbune
i i Paao, Tos . April 7 Ilenei.1 Vei
an?? ' arranss lias' tried to stop the ?
pul-tmi of Spaniards from Torre?n bj
General \ ilia, but baa been unable to do
so This was learn? .1 In Juai i ?to day.
it i ; sidri that atrong tatlon
have ?been made by the SI ite Department
of the I'r It? 'i si it? In thi m ittei and
thai Carransa la eager to stop the ? ?
g aerio ? nt< nai lonal 11 ouble
Beeking refuge In El Paso from rebe
I, Spanish resid? nta ? n are
on the way to I
train provld? I G< n
eral \ i la Not .?'i ordered i" I? ?? e 1 n
rr?.n wen ? ' ? nmodat
? ??i tt.. r-..
than 00 of th? ?? ?? I for? ed
i th? ' pro
; owing 'his n ?tin
are othera, and the entire ?
i . . ......
\ man of the Bp nl*?h rel
. sa ..n.1 will have
t to secure a
of them ? ? '
? ? a result n
Villa .- action then I nged to
i ill the Spa
go ? ? nmenl ? an send f in? i *"
? Ti'?? Tribu? e Bur?
?iington, April ! Much
? iched In adi tratk? to a
: that the commanding olBcer ?f th?
British warahip Hermione al Tai
has Instructlona from ii":
. ,i.. for an y B| anish I In n? ed or
protect Ion a ho seek a i) lum.
There 's no ttcular o on to
Great Britain offering her battle hip aa
a refuge for th? deported Spanish aub
i.iit th? ' - la fear among ofll
that the ' 'nlted Btati ha bi i n
Mint.i., tj or tl at tl -? Bpanli h g?.- ni
haa i red of the "watchl
ight ol ' - ?i Its
? ? ? ? ? eral
Mexican ] th<
? it-. ? tiling for a
of Villa'? ord? r for ? spulslon. M? ?
? ? ? oi Rlano wa
thai the United Btati ???.Id do ?
Toi ' ' - i
Minnesota Prohibit-onis?s Win.
si. l'a il, A ?Prohibition f? ? ?
. in n Ih? inui Ip 1 el?
. ? ... |i ,
etun ite to*
MEN'S & BOYS'CIOTHING.HATS & FURNISHINGS
Our immense showing o? Men's
and Boys' Spring Suits and Over?
coats affords comfort and complete
satisfaction in the selection of Easter
Clothes with the assurance of un
equaled quality and price.
Formal Double-breas*ed Frocks and Waistcoats
7 Styles $25 to $48
Conventional Cutaway Frocks and Waistcoats
11 Style??Plain edges $21 to ?$35
5 Styles?Braided edges $35 to $48
67 Styles $5 to $9
257 Styles?Fancy Mixtures $18 to $40
63 Styles?Blue and Black $18 to $42
24 Styles?Black & Oxford $16 to $42
54 Style??Fancy Mixtures $18 to $38
Silk Hat? $7. Df-rbie? $3 to $6. Soft Hat? $3 to $6.
Glove?, Shirt?, Neckwear and Canes.
Boys' Suit? and Overcoats in a great variety of
the newest Colors and Models. Moderately
As tor Place &l Fourth Avenue
ONt BLOCK FPOM BROADWAY- SUBWAY AT DOOR
? r?-?, ee?e,e-yrsemZ J ^rLi n ?-KI? . ...... ??Ill.,J _ . _. . . .-.-. ...,-,,-, i-, _ ,Tj|
DARK PLOT ENTERS
SIEGE OF MOROSINI
How It Gol There No One
Seems to Know, but the
Papers Are Gone.
BLUE AUTO WHISKS
AGAIN ACROSS SCENE
Werner. Planning Visit to fcstate
To-day, Denies Signing Vau?
iken ! the detec?
th i emi loyed In the w. rn? r- \\, ? .
, . . . ... ? _
? ha?. -- I-? ? n luatifl? ?i
The double ahl t of 1 ???! draw?
? ..f the former
a Mora ii,i ba en ex
? uae for ita exial .ml?
opt ra stufi trlbuted Werner to tin
affali : . ,
r.'i h 11! A valuable p ? I ?
: aid t.. be the i i s "pai era" ref? it? d to
? Irt" ehows, has ?lis
appeared 'i h. I? tt? rs, according ? . the
detective . were hidden In the antique
Italian ta a hlch grac? i in?
libran. and II a as foi tl res on, it
wa thai the u.I a
. to protect ?
il how th? pa? K??t dlsap
? .n lee m? d, but rumor
t that they" will m? ? I in l?ondon,
and thai at. one ? Is? ? an k? sp the
chi ? lid
N'atura i. the detectives will not admit
thai th? lettei . In spite of the extreme
carefulness i -??'? d, were stolon undi
thelr i""- b) an) one who eould possibly
have gone t.? the Rlverdale estate of the
? Morosinf on behalf of th<> deposed
in. Vni they will fl'imit the)
nd that devi lopments may
? ? . i,...... in i tam .?.' - Possibly th? y
au ipect i for evei these adjunct :
? ?? the publicity attending the situation
i ;, v ?? i.? en ba n ? d
"I w isii ?.. said Arthui H
Coomb?, detective-superintendent of the
estate which hla card namea as the
'Moriaii i ? a ? do nothing but
amok? : ? '? ? ?
And ? a e have to be r? ; j
i not i-la.ved."
One of ( th? fear gave ri?e?
lo the i ..... thai Mra Giulia Moi
Werner, longl k f,-r hei child!..) vleu
of the 1 . i/iajted ELmhui I fo ?
moment, coming In the ' dai i. bl i?
Honed prei louai | She
? ? i. a v?. i a by i be il ce of the
? of guarda ami th?
liona, foi the a bile en?
lell -???,.- An
. umoi a ' ? ?? "the oppo Itlon
i,,..i . ? -. ? nd was sp] ing ?-- it
\\ h..tevci m.i '?' thi ' n'i 'nr
? Lttitud? of "watchful waiting" on the
pari of thi ? ? ? ?.? aidenta of
.. in?- adjoining i itate, leai ned
1er. eaterda of the method -
watchmen t.n n
Su i ?? i he '? l< phon?
w ii <? v..;:? found to ha*. ? tu en tamp
w mi. the) did not trual I and - ?. studi? ?i
e| ; h). W itli i
to each other fi oi i
- points of the grounds b) tapniri
with i hi Ii m ;ht tic. - on the - tone w a I
i | n m become ver*?
? ?? a I cut int .
ide ibl One practical
, . ? ; .?? j* blOW
I" .yatem ol
a ? ? tal | It was
Ii arm ?) that V?. - runtled al re
? . m ' ol wlf? In s
? ? detei mined,
to Kli Bl for in- prop
There nr.- about tif' suits, a reral
? '.v . tin r trill?-?
lik?. nk ? "lit ? hi? h i." <i' h
ted thai ?* go to Rtv? rdale
to morrow morning, and thai nravlng
? ? ill be allow? ?1 i" ac?
"i, n wae indignantly denied
h - .n offer from a
vaudevill? i ? ? t< d? llvei a mono?
i | ? sii gc of Elmhural
Question Raised of Possible Com?
plicity in Crime His Wife
i , .pril 7. The questtoi ?? ? ? tber
foitn.-r Minister of
n. e may be charged as an s ?cet - ?ry
In hla wlf? .nain.n ?.f <?a.-ton Cal?
ad ? ; "'??? F-gmro," is the sub?
neral discussion in the noa ipn?
... . i ,.? i Dbtleation of the ?teeti?
ii. ildenl Polncar?, Indicating
\ ? . . i ?d at 1' ast Influer? ??-?d
en rise to the i
i e may be la-.-nRiit .nto .h*
.?n ai "ini'ii? ??.
?i. h m;.' of ?he pre?
? -.. i icnri Boocai d, calle i
m - aillau- and Loul Barthoo for
examlnation to-day, and the ?wo ex P ??
i ? confront? i es ii other In th?r prsa?
,, . magi Irate
M, ' !alllaus gave I ite ?i'-t_il.
Ifi. mentioning bis domes?
tic ?mil. ultles. el He said that ?hiie
h? wai al Marnera with Mme luoydan,
formel wife, a i ackage of l?-tter. was
taken ' from .. di aa er of his
Vmong them wen two letters hs
n i . the ?present Mme. Caillais
m caillaua said thai !.?? bad offen i to
\].., ou? ..ian the alternativa ?f a ?ii
or a recon? illation, bul on con Ii?
i?.,n thai the letters taken from his <_?-k
t?. returned t.? blm. An agreement, bow?
, v...i. wa i- ?\de i" bum them, which was
donfl m the presence of his wife, liims.-ir
.,h,i i , rotary? Mme. Gui ydan, -'
-.i i alllaux, declared she ii.-?i not lakca
,,. ,.,; i. of the letters. A
,.., on? Illation ensued, i-ut iat??r ?>n ne
iuhI Mi:.?. Oueydan were dlvetoed. The
lutten were aot connected with th.? i??
? made i r V|p tor ? '?<'r*". fl"* mi ho
, utor, ?-r wiii-n the pr?sent Mine.
, alllaua feared the pubttcatloa, but were
;,, onal letton
M, Calllaui declared to Um investigating
,. trate to-tej ?that M Calmette
?,,,.., d?;'t?> i"' deplon'i. '''niiii iiav?- i
?,, |?i-,,:,,ii animosity s gainai ahn. ?He
,, ,, received many ",;- m te ?tart a earn
,,i retaliation ?gainst < 'almette, and
-/g-lou documents bad boon ?tendered Mm
,,? thai puiTwde, bul alws be re
., i go BOt liliht wllU mi. 1.
asapoua. ? ??._.? i
M US A" Tll.il ' \1? IR* 'SI*? I
Auto Fatality Proves'Moro'
Banker Brother of Mrs.
i ?...., r? . ;.??.,,, r., ?., .
M'.nl.-lalr. N ,| , April 7 Tu* killing
' ?* man m an automobile in Newark
last nighl rav? tied to 1
th.it Dr- couple known gg \ ,? M,,,,, ...p
really Mr. and Mra At tillo P Mon
brother and m'. ei olne
??i t!.?? . omic "i" .? ? ? | ?t
Rlv* ' .in ic ..r. t he i i -.?'
Al Seymour Hall, where tha roupie li?e
Hi. ir daughter, Mra M' ?
milled Um ?? lUonehlp to Mra Giulia
Moroi ni Werner, end explained tha? lier
in. band had ebbrevlat* .1 his name to
d mu m.ton, t. th.?! might attach ?o
ins '.'iiniix through connection ?.*nii the
m..r<? u i.i. ij known chlldr? n ot tha I ?' ?
lira, M. ? ?. . | :. '
ihf result or the accident la
Sha aald that thl and her < t* nt al
th?' tint.? wen i? -i"ii ? ??it I,. ' /.:
h?;- name aa Mary Washington Bond, as
she waa Known ni k isabeth before her
marriage. She aleo save her daughl
Bond i " ' - of 4 Kl
De la van .?i . Newark, waa the ??p I n,
an?) Jamea M. W hei \ ine r-t ,
Mainflcld, who wai driving tha rar, ia
hi '.l m '?.".. i., i
I ha . ?? ;i I-.?.. . , ? i ' ? ? ? ..'. t?r ?f
. .?.ni Mi Moro ".i to-day, "and
. ? never regarded the automobile with
fa* .?r. M\ hueband, howei i r,
wanted me to buy one for m> birthday
and i?" in\ use in driving from Mont
clalr to Bases Kella, where we are build*
,r,_; .. aummer home
"The cha uff? ur e i.? ? gix d to
bring ua and the car from New l'ork waa
mi ill i. a rer? competen! man, ? nd lie
? nil ill?- way. \\ ( are aorr) foi the
i.r man who waa killed, but a*a are
in no way to blame for the accid? nt. I
don't think i shsll ever want t.. ri.i?? In
?i n automobile again "
Although the Moro b*. n liv?
ing In Montclalr for th? last fe* - ?
!?-w ,,f their acqualntanc? knew that
t he) u ere i ?-i.it? 'l i" the a ife of I ?
former Ne? fork policeman. Neverthe?
less, Mi. Moroainl declared to-day that
his rere i I i< ted
under hin own name and that ha re?
ceived mall without ualng an alias. To
prove hi atatemenl be diaplayed ;i let?
ter or two.
AtUlio M'.iiisii.' s abare I ?'tier's
t tata ?? .i ' "?'''' abo il *''?? 0O0 Ha
?.?... i thanked bla fath* r for brli -
him up ao thai he could earn hta owe
Hi log. To all augg* aUoi I coa*
leal ii"- will thai had parctlcally cul imn
..f!", .i well ai the other children except
Guilla, he amiled and aald i??? wouldn't
exchange placea with her.
"Giulia really took m) birthright away
from me." ii?- aald. "1 m: an able man?
ager and could run the EUverdale ?-?tute
much better than she. I would not, how?
ever? take a step to contest ths will
She la areleoma t.. t?,-- millions. They
v ?ii i.iinkr uahappineea."
Liquidation of "Princes' Trust"
Will Swallow Up Most of
| By Cal '.<? lo Th? Ti!? IBS
Berlin, April I The fail;,. ? ? tha firm
?,r wolf <s- Weitiieun. In connection with
which bankruptcy proceedings opened
yeetsrday? la hut on? st.-r in th*? liquida?
tion of ths so-called "Princes' Trust/'
foiindcil by 1'rln^e Hohenloha and I'rince
Furstenberg? an Intln it* and of Km
peror William ami al tha press?t mo?
ment with in? majesty si Corfu. Th?:
obje. t of th" undertaking was to add
iai.uii.us wealth to the already va?t f? n
UMO of th?* participant !, but the result
aras to brinir both to the verge of ruin.
Their certain }oinl loaa la authoritatively
eetlmated al M ? '?
rein?-?! Porstenberg i" underetood to
have lost th<? whole of hi.-? liqi.id Capital,
and Prlocs iioiicnioh??. who a fortnight
ago took over nearly all the affili?t."I
companies ot the trust, la endeavoring to
make the best of the salvage with the
assistance et a credit of BOLtdaAM granted
to bin the Deutacbe Bank <?n the ????
??urity of ins raal astataa in Huagary and
the great BUsslaa seal? slae an>i lead
minas which asar Ma name,
11 ih available aeseta amount to MUNI*
i??., t.nt agalnal theee "tMi debts total*
Motor Boats Must Be Lighted.
Albany, April 7 Motor t??ats on all
w.it?-ri within Ih?- Mats, as well an other
voc?ala propelled h: mechlnary, arlO ba
required t?. dlepta) lights In the futur.
erben navigating between aunssi snd sun
.. un let ii" t* rma ol th* Br* ratoa bill,
rtgned i, ?Ju.tiiioi tJl**a** iu u->. ,
FIND REV. DR. PRICE
fontlnued from flr?! pme.
the women whose s'ories have been
made public aras instrumental in COB?
Victing his father. H?^ tntimatod the
ronvlctlon rested on a mysterious
woman, whooe name m?u never be
"Nonsense," said Dr. F. I.. Wllgpn?
chairman ot th.mmittee that tn.'d
Dr Price Ajiy atatement thai the
convicUon was be ed on a mysterious
witne^?. is incorrect. The atorlea ot
ths women complainants brought
t .' th* i ? rd??
Dr-. I'ri' . would not ton whi.-li charge
admitted, . r if he admitted ?
miiti?. ? tha "? .(ii'ii sgainsl him, but
h>? was found g lit; of one Kiss in par*
ticular gi\? n i?? s a? man "aho g ?
di ep distrea I I he ; line.
"He kia -? d h* r." aaid Dr. Ft I
i ; after
christening There waa no paaalon In
"|. , ? n whose m
ln-laa a i - i : ? u d iThe
?vornan referred lo wai Mif. William
|)iik..? Moore, ?? pretty blond matron?
n h* se husband w< moth, r'a
d* .i-i' i- 'i n. K? rituckj when Dr. Pi
. all? .1 :.. cons? i her. ?
"No,1 answered Dr. Wilson, "it was
ther a*? m in a bo a as In
i v. u ii -"ti -.> ,i ? iked If the com lc?
t ,n i' ? found 'ii i he e? Idence of Mr
Hiliua Dohl, a widow, wii.italned
money from Dr Price, bul hi refua ?! to
be cornered I > .. proci i of elimination,
"The vi rdl? t," he aald, "la lhe J
men! of evei > membei of t?:' sel* et
committee. The; considered tii?* mat?
?er n??! only ?a.Hi reference to Dr. Prie?
but with reference i" the article Church.
"The Undings were bssrri on cumu?
lative evldenci of ?ill th? witnesses.
Sume of tii?- women WS ?lid n-.t wholly
believe? but there was enough in their
stories t?) warrant admonlUon. Dr.
Pi ice waa Indiscreet.
"He admitted kissing one married
woman." continued Dr. Wilson ' i will
not revesl her name. Bh? was one of
those, - ? ? er, whoa* atorlea hav? I en
t"i.i in the newspaper* There was no
. ? ret witm
Eliminating Mra Moore, Mra. Dohl, a
ow, ? Mi Miller, s u Idow, the
onl) "ii.iti;iej women" Dr. Price ?
have been found guilty of Usswg were
Mrs. Claude B. Dore, wife "i the lawyer
w u.. brought the chai -? sgalni I tha
ter, and Mra i i ger. The fact ol
Mra i "?re being recall? d i t? ?lay
to repeal hei teetlmony for ths fourth
time led to the beliel It waa aha whom
i 'i Prit ?? admltti d kia ilng
Aftei n in .. ".i pra ? a rid reeding ot
the mlnut* i an attempt >> aa made to I
up n collection of 1600 tu defraj the ex?
a '?f the conference. Thirty-five min?
ute, waa spent exhorting ministers to
contribute, and little bj little the sum
was releed, w hen tha last dollar re
malned to he taken up. and an appeal was
made four timea for it, a reporter on an
afternoon newspaper, whoso chanc*
catching an edition a er? growing lesa
every minute, contributed tha dollsr to
great applause. The matter of Dr. Price
was 1 hen In order.
Blahop Wilson arose and read as fol?
lows, making no comment:
"The select committee In the case of
the Rev, Jacob Embury Price present the
folio? Ing finding ;
"la the charge Involving Immorality In
. onducl In violation ol l he moral la?
in uii'.i.' A 'is .Not au* ta Ined
"is the charge Involving the Indulgence
of iiit? mi.. : - and ??? . tained?
Ana Not i stained.
"is the charge Involving imprudent and
un min tat erial conduct sustained? Ai
"It la th? Igment of the aelecl com
" n..? thai Jacob Em but ! Prie? should
be, b nd hi eb* la admonl hod.
in . ? with th? plea of Bl
\\ ?is. m there wo no dem? mstra on In 1 ??
confen nee, and after mi oppn
? r .? of half a minute the report on the
mlnlatera of the diatricta was begun No
one knew what would happen to It. Prie?
until his name was reed out by Dr. Allan
MacRoaate, dlatrlet superintendent for
New fork, aa pastor of th?? Waahlngton
Heights church for the coming year,
There wa? no further reference to him.
Claude B. Dore, who worked up the
to? ..--ii -i i u Price, announced
hires* ? : I wll the v*
"There will be a meeting of the women
complainants al m? home to-morrow," he
aald, "and we wl I sea what further ac?
tion can be taken i do nol behove it is
legal to rectore Dr, Price to the church.
(?ther women who have not t.e?^ti heard
have ? ? ? rward to testify, and we
mav ask for a new tr
"There are now two Irreconcllabla fee?
tiens In Dr. Price'a church, and this can
"? work out to the advantage of ihe
Methodist Episcopal Church at large."
i>r. Pri?e seid last night he would
pna.-.h on Sunday.
MEXICO WANTS CASH
HELD BACK BY U. S.
American Authorities Cling to
$100,000 Received for Pos?
tal Money Orders.
r fren Th? :? hoi i Bores : |
Washington, April 7.?Determined to
eatisa the elimination of Huerta hy ile
privtng his government of fund?, the gov?
ernment of the United .states is holding
I ? 000, which belonga to the government
Ol Mexico and whh'h MOXJCQ want.??, until
settlement is reached ooocerntng the
payment for the keep of Mexican refuge.-.?
detained by the American army at El
Th?- money is in p"sses.sion of the Tost
oftr.e Department; au'i comee from money
orders sold to per.s'.n? d set ring to transfer
funda to Mexico, The Mexican Poetofdeo
I >?? part ment has cashed ?the money orders
In Mexico, but the t'nited States has not
sent the money to Mexico to reimburse
Tita ?-o?t of keeping the refugeoa at El
Pa n a.ni elsewhere amounts to ahout
$L',j"?) B day an?l the total expense to Hie
United States is more than HOW*}. The
refugees are mostly Federal aoldlera and
their women, who CTOOSed Into the I tilted
State.? att??r the battle of OJin.t-.i
To Hear Castellane Case Again.
I ii-. . able ? ' Tl ? P -i '??? '
Rome. April h. The .Supreme BodCSUS
tlcal Court has rejected the appeal for
the annulment ot tha Castellsne-QouM
marriage, but baa granted permission tor
tlii application to be renewed before the
Court of Rota foi tt?o pressntaUoa of
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SURGERY FOR GUSTAVE V
Swedish King's Ailment Diag?
nosed as Ulcer in Stomach.
Stockholm. Ar-:l 7 - An op. ration is the
only effective BMSJM of dealing with tlie
, Internal complaint from Which Kin?. Gus?
tav.- of i?wf>da!i ia Buffering, according to
the opinion of Pr.?f. BOOT Wilhelm Kleiner,
the specialist, who v*.;??* called here from
Heidelberg, and th* other physMaaa in
His majoet. to-da; expressed the wish
that the ? ihoutd t?e curled out
??t t??.- eai
\ i -?:.,! to-da) hi the phyM
.n t' -? stomach This lndl?stln Is regarded
ni- ?! ??? - at the King was
SIX MEN ROB BANK:
TWO SHOT DEAD
Four dot Away with $1,100 in
British Columbia. Despite
Hat i. B. C -pril 7 Two ban?
nr. ,? killed en to !n a battle
? ? ? een s band of n ? ? _ ' end s
of , ittiei ery of the
i nion Bank i -; i men
h? id up the b ink and four took .
caah. A poese la pursuing them.
The bank had t'.?,-. opened onl? - ' s
minuti i i he
i obb? i ? appeared Ta o men ai med a I
"? - aauntered up th? ?.I, :
came from the woods al the r? ir of the
bank and to.. moi a ? ?me from ai
?lire tion. The flrsl two
ih? door, snd ?with rifles ra ed i
out: "Hands up!" Th? four others ap?
peared snd took up positions outside the
The only ink m**
John Qaaltn, i ? I i :ting
linn Gaalln had a Bheaf of 'hecks snd
One robber relieved Qaaltn of his <-ast?
th.'n res ?? ? -i over the teilet a .??--k. snd
took all tin? currency within rea b.
As th<? bandits ba-eked out the clerks
reached for their pistola snd the robbers
(irptj several shots, Fenton, a bookk.
i-ufferc?! a Blight Bcalp wound,
The shooting alarm..! the town, and
several cowboys got tl into
?' ??? '?' ? ? nut?
fusillade waa general - ting from
cover, the cowboyi shot two ol the rob?
ber i dead In ? ran
toward th.? bush.
\ an ouver, B - . .prll " The h ind of
- t. grief al New
lia tl? ton ? ed to have
the "no a hlch in i he la t -. ?r |
banks at Ne#w Hasleton, B, <'.; Granite
Palle, Wa I I (. H. C, an l
ii a i tarn of the gang to spi
at a hank durln * buali houi ? anil
pel the tell? i ' i" hand over all the mona*?
1 in th? Ir cagi ' ??? ere always
unmasked snd i iik.? logge
.fter the l . ? rlee no on.- who iw
the r?-i.i" i |lve a good ?'? lpt1? n
? t?nHnii??<1 from Ural puis?.
iiffr-.?* women, proi ' n the
Lon-j Term Favored by Woods.
"?i t'; ersentlol to have s lone; term
i ? ? . r. To -t.? ?? he
bird of pa sge, and he flies
?i can'l t ill '? lia' Bp-ciet
iie i?-. Th? re Is no way un-lor heaven,
ss things are to-day, by which g ?Com?
missioner can reward faithful, efficient
work. Keepine. oui of trouble, takmir
things eai j an? n e_?
amination musl sui i I elf to
Intelligent 11 llcem in bow as- ti-.o way to
Mayor M late in the ?Tftornno?-.,
?aid thai his attitude on the police??-.
\v. w. question was shared by Mr.
Woods, and i.o was emphatic when he
sai?I: "Mr.1 WoodS'S VtOWpOlnl on tM?
lutel.t bis on n."
Mr. Woods is vice-president of the
27th Asaembl District Progreggl? s
is forty-three yaars old, Kinei-*
and lives al 12 W?_et 44th s& ?On '.i?:
graduation from Harvard, In 1892, ho
took graduate courses In chi mistry ;:rd
government. For a tuno he studied ;?t
Berlin University, and Later on was an
Instructor ;?t ?;roton ?School, ?;r?iton.
in the party h<*-a<i<?ri by ?Secretary of
Pennsylvania R. R.
Ask Ticket Agents for Special
time tables of Seashore Service I
War Taft h?? went to the Philipoln?s
in I90K. a yaor later he Joined the
statf of "The Evening Sun," leaving
that position to beCOUM s-rr?t.?iv ,?f
the ClUsens* Conunlttee on iv.? ?.
Brought Police Doga Here.
in 1901 he was gent by General The.
odore A. Btngham, Police Consmts?
stoner, to study the police situation
abroad. <?n his return he brougot ?I??
?police doga. When he returned to this
country he was mads Fourth Deputy
?Police Commissioner and Riven _ui:?.t
vlston "f th?? detectlvo bureau.
Me - gned when ? ;?ti?>rai Hm>rh_?* i
was removed by Mayor McCtetlan, ami
wenl to a mining .amp near ?Colina,
M? dco, t.- i., ?.?ni?? mine superintend?
ent Early laat year he was g witness
before the Curran Inveatlgatlng ?<>m
The Mayor n-' yesterday that he
bad not decided yoi on s successor to
.Mr. Woods as his secretary. He aras
asked whether ha had reQueated Com?
McKay t>? remain in ih?- ?-? r?
of the city.
i should i"- pleaaed to bavs Com?
missioner McKaj continue In the ?ttty
government, bul i understand that h?
I?- ?going Into business."
Commissioner McKay late yefferday
afternoon Issued this order:
"Every officer svory member of the
fur? o shall thoroughly familtari-*.?*. hlm
s? If with the regulations f.?r street
traffic a?? n?w In operation, and shall
give ?M attention to the enforcement
thereof Mithin the limits of his post."
Virtually that makes every patrol?
man g traillo man. Prior to the enact
iii'-ut b) th?? Legrlalature last week ??f
i law li-Creg_Btnf the number of trafri.
pollcemen to 1X100 the msmber had been
ii to .".'?<?.
i freight rates
Standardization of Tariffs with
New Zones Decreed by Rail?
? I Ontario, Amil : ?Substantial
reduction In freight rates are made la
tti" de Mon banded down late to-day i?<.
the Railway Commlsstoa, which at ?ii*
?ame time pnrvldes for now rato zones
snd atandardlsatleB <?f tariffs.
All (Ta?ada orn?t of the <;reat |_*k?
divided into tbro?. Bone* The Ira
them extends from the lakes to
mountains an?l Is to be known a
action. The ?PaclSe ?section I
cludea British ColumMa, while the
to !><? known as tho British ?'oluml la laK?
m appliee to the navigable wat?
in thai province.
i o each of ihr*??v meti?os a steads i
of maximum ?freight tato?? has b?-on ?-? i
what la .-?? pr?sent known a? th?- Man?
toba standard bas boon oxtend-?d t., i?.
?iii mirs in the prairie sad Bttlsti i
lumbla lakes ae-tlons, aboUshlni the
? ratee now charged in Baakatch?
n?i Alberta, w bile the Pacllt? .-?? lio ?
ratea Will 1??- somewhat lucho- than th?.:.*
of the prairie and British Columbia
lakes sections, they win nevertheless bs
lower than th?* maximums now in force
In .Saskatchewan, Alberta and Rritish
the prov?noos Included In thla
Sin?tion is given to Bpe____ ?11?! rlhutlng
freight tariffs, an?l of th??se ?'anad&'a
large commercial and industrial centres
would be th?? beneffclartea T'nder them
a reduction of i;, por cent of the prairie
standard tariff may be ma-lo. Throi_*-r%
from Bastera to \\"e*-torn <"ana<i?
will he based on the tariff?. appliM to
BhlpmentS wont from Port Arthur or
Port \\ llltame.
The reduction in freight rates will
amount to from | to :;n per o*nt on n?*arlv
all Class?e of (roofis on all railway? oper
atll - from Winnlpoir; to the Pacific <~oaet.
and will go Into effect on Soptember 1 of
this ) oar.
?Local ?rain and flour rat-.?, are substan?
tially reduced and westbound ratea on
floor and <.thor airain products are gtSSl?
:..*?'? r'.i-:'-o?i. fubotantial ruts in ?_?-?_.i
rates from tho Alberta mines are also
TELEPHONE 7000 MURRAY HILL
The Fur Storage Vaults
located in the establishment, are effi?
ciently equipped for the safe storage
of Furs and Fur Garments, Rugs,
Portieres and Lace Curtains. All
Furs accepted for storage are thor?
oughly cleansed by compressed air
treatment (without extra charge)
before being stored.
Mail or Telephone. Orders will receive