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TO FIT, SAYS GOFF ln Written Opinion He Finds Only Four of 19 Worth a Thought. NONL WOULD NAVE MOVED TRIAL JURY Vf i taken at Last Moment In tended to Win Sympathy and 0\erride Courts. in of ?he in ? : tend ? ? ? L bel at a motion for trial. ? - me a re luty, and no matter 1 e or e the dut) I ?hall not : ? - efeadanta there have - : era coplci with the ? ? . a Oil . - ? >--:i four ?flidavi:.- i BunrelL Kai ? i ?' . t? must in tiOO and . - Teat rrony Made to Fit. - present on stau io Vallon ?'rom and - - that 1 -. did ? v or. the ? ? to look 1 ' ?? that that is a .- ? ? ? i and went d not Km w whether or ru I I or a Burnt mat at all. ? began to ioo'< like jn?l that - ntentio out the murd r of . : ? i show an at>. ? of a Rom . ? that he Tv I the man .. * ? '? -.Hin? it, not ? ? . ? ?naion of 1 we? re was ajotas* I urn h- h 1 by ; the conl -"-.thai irith hi? wife thereupon Of P.o*e ? ? < <; >r etent 1 show ? * for ? ? ra ii' - ? ? . | M tne Called Stpanga Coincidence. ? ? ??' of H? ? ??? . ?? ? . ... ? ? ? ? and the the eutoi <-d to ? "i is hould he .... ??-. In 434 ?? ? ? ?no? toriet] .iven "te? ' ?? ? f his ?? ?? . ?ar-i ' ?3 FRENCH & CO. ?j ~ 6 E*?t S6th ST??e?T p?? ^ New Yo?** rr =E ANTIOUC S S tapestries? =~ =r SINGLE PANELS ^ == OR SERIES. == H IN PERFECT = ^r: RESERVATION. == ?| THE LARGEST =r= ""? COLLECTION j= H row *ALE. == IIIIIIIIIHIIIII?IIIIII? . BERKMAN SDDRESSING INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF WORLD MEETING. m ta or to the District Attorn " ? had heard an 1 Obat "The onlj (??.is>.;i be Ml gM for 1 he era* In iea: of hit HI was afra I as not tta .t: Ufa war I forward as ? aitn< until the ?ast hour, when opportunlt) f txamiii ition or contradiction Is not give - h fa ' tai e of ? ? l m atroi that no rellene? ? ? j Cal'ed Strange Coincidence. ? ? - of RooenthaTa d< ath ? ? tsa d law the men who lip the ?hots turn. He seid re did ' - Th- point of h reata on his statement th neither of the four defendants was tl man who ,;.r<-.l the phots. BOfWoH nev ? of the four defendant and the onlj knon !? tipo he has of the from hi* t- eins ^op-p pictun ting to repreeent the defendants - from a newapi pi r Silent Till Last Hour, ? eaaar* !" dwell ft - ? mi ?'. the utter Insecurity of such te? ? to anything- like ae? tlot The rucre negatn ent that the man who fired Ol e .if the four person ? ? ??? ? n a heWapape evidence that such outline irrect representation* c - ,-nd in the fa? teatlmony that the defendant.? Pre worthless. St ' from portraits i? of Use' ai g< roue, and with'. ? at no ? acting erldei ee snoul ? much weipht in a COOli c law. But Identification by newspapa cuts goes to yet a creator extreme, an no value should ^e attached to it T'ii . Hsu Draaaer, maintained atiene until th" laat hour, notwtthatandlng tha he knew of the public interest and oi ? ? :. ? thai case. ?Reo testified to the delivery of a not from a female friend of Clrofld at hi The only bearing that this teetl can have is upon the alibi inter pooed by Clrofld at the trial. Beiden! latain an alibi on a motion for a n*i tria!, where tv.e alibi ha? been pease - at eordlng to all th authorities, ptardlrti? alone and unsur. ? ? anqueetlonabl* proof, of nttl or no ? Ilk* the preceding wll did not cone forward until th eat I to l a Ma teatlmony, though h ? -? nod by a Deputy Commit ' sior.er of Police, to whom h~ admitted li - I to the delivery of thi ' Never Saw Vallon. "KalmanaoTi testified that he was m A st. . paw an automobile and recognise \\i'.'.- - ? tr or, the runnmir boon holding a pistol In his hand. He Old no know Vallon, had never seen him, am the ol recog? Itlon that ho ha* ? two months later he saw In ? ? land newapaper a picture purporttni f Harr; Vallon. The ? I ihli testimony la ilmilsr t< of tl teatlmony gires by Burwei forred to and la alike worthlees 'I hi? witness aleo meinte mod aOenoe unti Ion of tne Court of AppoaL In the Be ker CSSe, ard then he said ht told hie employer In Buffalo oi it, who ad I ?? ? ommunlt ate wltl I eh? i ? Briefly have i touched npon the pr.nri jjal ; ' ' ? M b of thes< fo'ir ?: doing m I ?? re nol reten I) ? ? testimony of the affidavit? ontradictlon nor to the Improaaioa which wai produced upon mj mind during i nlnatlon ard cross aaamli ? ? Improaolon was mo.-t poreuaalve of ibellel a ?.at they seid. . other circuaasteace ex..-ted but th.it of tl ? arid delay in coming forward until ttie ?a?t moment, sotwitb? tig there ei latod great publie os? ? ? and eideepreed newspaper re enti of wblcl 'he <'ourt I i . da has taken ludlt Lai notice, II toelf t.< ? ifli- lenl to create (?r,c, ? '- f their truthfulneea and faith ?*J law a convict.-d man could Mil of a motion for a new tffgj Thai ; I rtlaoaj a? it exists tO-da] i ? ..-.??. of atatutorj creation The ?tatute provides that the proffered e.i ,? a | overed since the that if before recorred each art? . would prebabl] have changed the ? i thut the failure to produce . . the h pi v.? oi owing to want of i . that the fa re ta pre? , ? pioflared i ?? i os the tftal want or diligence on aV ? ? the failure of the ? Meg to < ornmunl' ate or ir.ake . n tbeir teetlmony Is, la my spin? ion. a badge of distrae*, and puspeetsa. ? If wo lid b* B Violen--? tO mv ? ? d hitdgmeni to say thai the ? ,,,fT. . .i ? .vita asesa p>hon ' ' ' r'' *''l1'1 nroh' , ? v, ,i the rsroiel If uses ? trie which resulted la Ha il, defei deal , . .,, 4 ? .-.. is la tbey have ? .,,,,1 pad a Jury of their fi ed them guiltj i h ... -. Hrmad ihi I eonvit lien ipseel baa bei n -, , ,, itiv? eh to* re r. and I? I ,.,??.. m?. * ?* -*1 ?*? ??nths .,,, ,,, , ,?;??, when the prime H elf je almos' forgotten *nd human ay? pa- j tu?? aie deeply touched at th? . Rj ? of four human betas paying th? hlgheal penalty known to th? law, strenuous ef f- it? er? mad? to arres! th? g ?ni of the la? Were those effort? Directed ahm? to huMaii aympathj then would b? but one answer. But not direct humen ?ympath), "Tiiey are directed to an InstrURM the i;i? ?no?.- sola i! t* la to admit ' - ?-. and r.o nan- ? -h li may ? II i nerertheleei | e motion. GUNMEN HEAR NEWS OF DOOM CALMLY ( nntinued from flr-t i???'. 8\c. n photographer snapped his ? me He looked up angrily and cri< 'i 'Ha en't ? troubk ?no igh ' you leave rne al?n?1 non ' H i? Horn riti ("Gyp the Blood"), Jacob Beldenshner f,rWhltej La? Louis Rosenberg i Left Louie") celebrated th? 3eder feast of their re? rl night Rabbi Mayer KorT> ?tain, of The Bronx, officiated al the ? - - - i -. and the food i prepared by th. ?rife oi rlairy Hlrschfeld, a hotel keeper n Osslnlni '?? distant. The feed eras broughi hot In an automot il? and al Warden i lancj ? order? kept warm in the priaon ovens Th. : ? tad niao aroon?, stuffed bass, roasl chicken and turniti- preaerved peaches, and choco? late pudding with win? sauce, the first taste .if alcohol tii" hoys have been allowed This was done, even in this instance, without the knowledge of the : :.- n officials B ?? h of then at? the feast in hi? o?m cell on a deal table, while the rabbi sat at another table in the corridor, read ire; the sacred ritual thai a? 009] ini I th? cour? a Rabbi Tells of Feast. i never paw- ata h a marvellous chang* in any men." said the ra*? :.i. "They ar^- completely etherealised exaltation They apeak in low, cairn volees, they have kept their aeni of honor, they even cracked j?kf?. "They absolutely bettev? they a-e go? ing to die. The) ael as men who I leal all fear of death and all dtsire for life. They ate heartily and fol? lowed the tending Of th" service in? tently. "in the ceremony the tradition oi the past v\as observed as closely us bob? alble. After eating, the moal essential portions of the Hadada!; were read. I explained the spiritual Inaaon It teaches and that man can rale? him? self above the yoke of pi i ndagu to spiritual heights of freedom, and no matter what or where he Is he baa power tO rise to th? height? of spiritual life, and thus retain his i almix sa, "They maintained a splendid spirit Then I prepared them for the ?/Of I I told them I would com? t"-m<.rruw and be with th'-m until the laal if : ? ? Even Jehovah asked ni" to do that. "As i miked i ?pota of the fact that There was one present who v. as not of our faith. That ?TM Prank Ciro? fli-l Me listened Closely to my word?. 1 commented on the fact that a' coincidentally with our (? apt cam? the anniversary of the race! important I hrurtlan feast, the Last Supper. ?I spoke of christ, saying ?mat a grej' ppirit Ills was rtirl bow when He ems perseeuted bj th? Romana He ae? repted it calmly. There were several passages in my readings when I was overcome One read This ? ? i ?r are bondsmen, lei US rra- we v. Ill !r freen" ' nCOCl '-car.' Again, "Blessed he flu I.' rd Qod uf our fathers, may he spare u? many years of ?if.: and liberty ami we v ill si:g I of praise' At thia T cried and they cried with me. "Finally I saiu, 'Boys, I prepare for tu?- inevitable.' and left them They ver<- laughing and cracking Jokes again There was em.ugh f.i prepared at the feast fot "Dago l?rank" &!--o, he aras offered hla portion Bol he rp frained from eating, as he was fasting in preparation for recetvinf wmtmunJoc ftorn Father < 'late y tO?daj To-d.iy the] will have another con? ? ert on th? phonograph ?rlth boom new pie. ?s sung by a famous Jewish can? tor. OfM of these -.ill be "Make nur ?olla White." It is Tli?- plan of the prison oflirials, If possible, to ki ?p them m their present exalted stnt* of mind until the ?ad When Warden Clancy took the bad n< v?s to them laal night a phyaician paltlng outside In ' aaa an - ' them col Lapsed, bul hla services were . . ,|. .j i o. preparation? ??' noon time, *ii.n ? h'- death clothes arare psi on 'he rim damned men, were not the only Indi'.i tinns 'n the prl^nn of the approaching elertro. utlon In the rnrpetit-r "hop j the I ,'!11 aerve ? ? ? ? omplete ' Sees His Executioner. ? ; ' i.. ? : ? ptati i ad I2M f.>r hi* part In each rleon and m id?? a thoi loath eh.m a - mini ?' li ath room "Lefty L face ? ? nia cell m his ? w ). ihrm Jt w kah gunmen pan in probal I I formal -? remoi ? - ght ? i > ?go Prank ' will taki pari in hia thin mo n? ?.ne. when he will confess snd evil] re? ? communion from Psther Cashin. John Lowry, an evsngehst, who -: a oasdemned men a Bible, calk dav and took the the book away wit;i him. "Lefty Louie" last nlghl sent out the following note: ? "< lentlemen of the ; resa 'i torial in to-dsy'e 'Bun' steaks of 'awaggi ? i lesire for a game en ety* and an ?old braved \ keepers i prove, there is no talk of 'game ?? I there la no 'old t>r.i\ado' bore, "Tin re |g pit ? tlddi D PI | 0 ?r ? II ? i hen. thank I rod, and our spiritual ad\ of th- prt ps, Tho i shah nol I si false a R ectl ally, "LO?Ifi ROSENBERG ' ? WANTS HIS PRESENTS BACK New Yorker Suing' Woman.Who Will Appeal to Governor. ?... Llchtei ? ho la o. Ins. ht M ? ? extradition t" Ulinoj ? t?" of birct ny, Patrick J, McGrath asid that he pould ? Qovernor ( llynn if g lid ex] t to gel hack when the ? ? ? ' brofcen. Ifc <ir.V1 ' - '. ' reii ed esterds) bj Judge leei In 12,500 ball, v ? ? \'r~ ? |li !.. of 214 Weal ago, nlleg? i that ht " ?f[\f m ? atlas L '???? netein for her " ifter he had anawered thia advertisement In s paper ??w l young ''-"'?? ? ? ho a i u a lib money " i,. t, ? ??.. : [t ; .i vV? rthelmer four other men gase her money, lier attorney saya the ro< nej '?'??:^,-' a pre ? i SAYS HE'S FIREBUG VICTIM Melville Chapman Loser $35. 000 by Flames in Two Weeks. Greet Week bong i land, April II - Melville D Chapman, president of 'he ? Hudson '!'? ist Con voiced to-day hia auspicious thai a $10,< ? 10 ... house, . ? igons on h i h i. it night waa ? r it. ? ndiary origin. st.ite p;r, icarahal Ahearn and As? ? ? ? State Firs Marshal Thomas i i'i :onnell apenl pan ol t< -daj ? ?atins; the fire. Two weeks ago the Chapman c I :????! entailing a losa estin iti i ,,t .<-j;,.??? Subaequently there was a :,d sm.iii Bre, which did little dam? aa II ? si d ?'? ered In time to ex? tinguish it shortly after it gtarted. The third Bre, lest mplit his con. i. Chapman that the area were not acci? FIGHT FOR RICH HUB PLOT Many Want Prorince House. Where Celebrities Lived. i By i i April 11.? Ri al i ? ? en of ?- toi ? ' \- ? Torfc an vj Ing n 1th <.t,e another to ?,i\u control of the Provino bouse propertj whlcl runa from Waehlngi to Pro*. Ln< e Coun and which la now on the market, ? i ? 'y-nin<-\eaj leaac la m inn;1 it- . id Thig la probably the moot valuable hall acre In Pfi i ? ngland Tl . ? IS built In IC7I b Peter geni g Londoner, and la oonstrui ted nport? d Holland brich H? third ?. pold the h .ii-e to the Colonial Leg? la it it. and for mai ? thereafter It -v Pd OS the hi no- for the Colonial governors The menslon still atand on the original foundation, ,,r i ? ? ? 11 the oldest in leh work m Boston. The ehaN of 'he old build? Ing now form II of g rvina, ? ?. theetrt ? Boy Killed by Auto. ; i Dudk ). son of p brokai ih - ! ? okl : . and his otter, Helen, ?n ? riding \ avenu* last eight Is then fatl ? t 'a far when u,e> rSS dOWS John l.inh. fourteen reara oat? of ?it Wee* t?r?th at. The accident o. .-urred at h*th st Th? tov WBg almost Inet.mly killed. MILD FREE SPEECH DISAPPOINTS CROWD Those Who Come Prepared to Fight Remain to Yawn at I. W. W. Meeting. ? POLICE LOOK ON AS RIVAL FACTIONS TALK McAdoo. Freschi and Lincoln Steffens in Big Gallery of Non-Combatants. Pree speech, imtrammelled by e\en I semblance of police intcrfcreme. reigned in Union S "?aie J cstcrday. While the me.- ? laarchtsta and ! w. w. adher? ota a progreaa in "t.- pari - the lojuare a man mounted a boa i hund? ad feet di I and made ;i bltt on the I. W. W. and its . ; \ m lallst ipeaker then : urn 10 a point midway .... the two ?peukers, and for ten ; BK :i \ it -1 with each tention of the crowd. When ail th? tegular speakers on the I W W. ?[.'gramme had made ad rgent ek ant of that unted the rostrum and laded to be heard. To cap the i Umax a suffragette appear? d when the meeting area breaking up. and held forth for fifteen minutes on the ques of tea for aromen. rve thousand persona gathered tuet 17th it to hear the oratory. tied until the ist apeak? rted t I Klab rrangement I been urb any d Patrolmen .,' ,i plain lothi i men thronged tl ? ? ii rere con? lied in nearby buildings and ;n the tatl n at ist h at and Fourth ? ? is ipeechoa Wl re taken :, hv police ?tenograpbera Chief mittberger and Inspectors ? ??: 'Chalana were In I an li. ? to titne a few banners were in evidence, and a diversi?n was i ? : en ., mai ? in ? li i -ne of :-.,-. i for Broad? i) and ama ? fa ' The rea I "We want U a Barth?1 W. w : " "We alean Business! I W. W.!" and "One Big Union- I W. W." Later in the afternoon a banne.- marked and Hold L W. w." area raised - ? rtand but AJexan >?? .rd< red U put down. "Bread or Revolution!" m In the hatbands of the I w. w Arthur Caron waa addressing the L W. W. a ? tank Urban, aome times known a? Frank I'rbanskj, who prii I ti ini.s in ? 'hail Boston? mounted ??? n not far tn ?aron, and in a few mtautea had ., half the crowd around him. 1 -:-.d to he an anarchist and ? so? cialist," he said "but 1 know now that ? is nothing in it. fou ha? e : ? : there list- Ding to a lot of forcign ; how to run your coun? try. If they don't like this country ? ticket to go be< h ? Th se i. w . v. mi n an nothing but ? ? idmil they are hums. Berkmsn and Emma Qold? snd the rest take ad\antage -if Ignorant ? and i redullty of these : . ? to earn a go. | .ff thorn." ? Pull him don n! Kni :f the ed an I. W, w. fo lower in tr.c "You ?eel" said Urban. "Thai what these hoodlumi the i W. w.. aay ? ? sch, it all depends on a; ? iking. They are behaving jt.st th? ? ? beha\ed l? - :- - day. " i'r: ttackod ?-?- allem, ?rbl< h d .f. .m Jacquea Corone ial? ? irer, to start to harangu?. that portion of the crowd between "'aron and Urban. The tl tn d fight continued for aom? time and th-n m departed, going wet ?n 17th at eral hundred men followed h.m.and - io inted police were called into eer to disperse the crowd when it roa. lied Fifth avenue. Alexander Beikinan presided at the I. W. W. gathering, and addr. were made bj Carlo Treeca, Leonard D. Abbott, j? " ?"'?'.larron, ' i;-1 Ity" Adeleon, Mar:.- Qants, Arthur ?'aron, David K. 8 illivan, Charlea at. Plunkett, Harr;- Engel? and several others, Lincoln i ? mii'h in ? ??? i dence during the afternoon, and HutChln? Ha; good and a party of ,it erary friends were also present Chief Magistrate McAdoo end Magistrat? Presch! arrived late :n the afternoon and John D. t'rimmins stopped long enough to hear a few of the ?peechea .1. Herbert Thewlts, ???Lord Mayor of Manchester, England and Robert pca ? " k. present Police Chief of Mar. ter, who are m this country to study our t ? m, also apenl aome I at the meeting ROAD GRAFT TRIALS TO BEGIN MONDAY Fourteen Men Indicted for De? frauding State on l.onp Island Work. Rieerhetd Long Island, April i tria aettoa arttl i raft q the late road ? guffofb i em ti win been ' ? i M ?? aaj afternoon before gupremo Court Justice Isaaa M Kappsr Pourtesa mea were Indicted la Jaauan and there era lweaty?four count? In ail The indictments charge that the ?t?te i ,. .!? fraud 'i of j........ teorth of n u rial o :.m aggregating t-. ?<?? lohn a Henneaaj and Jceeph Cui " ?' "f "?? ? ' id ic? end tna> ? ? ' ' ' ' " prohaMj be ttit of ti.? Buffolli <"oi.tr.,, ti,1K . pea} of Huntington, ? bien, ?-Kb foe keen ?h-, la?ieted fer grand lar? ceny Th? eeaaparu built th? Patchegue? Carnal read ata aad a half miles long, it is Alleged thai the company .lid not fur ni?h tht- re.piir?d miterlaJ DENIES WIFE IS POISONED Stamford Victim Not Mrs. C. F. Tischner, Husband Says. Stamford, Conn. April 11 ?A woman who was taken to the hospital here early to-day suffering from mercurial polsemlnej is entered on the booattnl hooks as Ills Chstiss K. Tischnrr. jr., wife of g patei I sttorney of 141 Bread? daPi New 'i Mr. Tischner said to-night that this i mistake a-vi that the patient was i Mrs. Tealfare. of New York, who' wee i week-end guest of his wife. He said be did not know the woman's first ? her address, and he refused bia srlfe for the information. Mr- Tlschnet was formerly the wife nooserali Bhanley, a Jersey City contractor, who died in 191? leaving her I largo part of his |2,Md,H4 estate. Tischner is a son of C F. Tischner, of :147 4th rt.. Brooklyn. Early this year a myaterioua tuit was besrun .against him by his wife for the return of MAN SONEAR THEY COULDN'T SEE HIM Gilder of Kearny Town Hall Was Right Above Police?No Case Against Him. Anyway. after wearing themselves thin looking all o.er the neighborhood for Har- fjeas don. the police at Kearny. W J, found ? eaterday that he was too near to them to he seen. Kearny :s partit atari} proud of the fact that the tower of its town hall can b? seen from New York City. To make It ?till more conspicuous, ,?o that Kearny folk when here might point it out with a!: tve pride they feel, the tower was ordered reg ' Michael Davidson, Pf Newark, who ob? tained the contraer engaged Gordon, a Newark goU-leai after he had mad'- a strip of the tower look like a of lightning Gordon fei: rieft and went for a real wHhont giving die notice lion BWOre OUI a warrant ?' prreal Eventually Gordon returned to I > though working --ide him, forgOl to tell the police they micht drop their ?earch The detectives went on looking every? where, and It wei accident at !a<". as tvie tower bepan to shine out like the sun at noon, that Gordon was seen to he up there going on with Bia work right over noiire beedojuarten At th? request of Davidson's lawyer Gordon wa* at once discharged The po llee * cplained that no one m Kearay ev#r thinks of looking at their tower ex-ept when they are In New York De Lesseps's Son to See Canal. The. Count de i>??se>p?, youngest of ? n children of the famous Pre** h engineer, sailed yesterday for Colon in the United Fruit steamer Cala? I mares lh- was accompanied by the countess, who ?s a daughter of Blr William Mackenzie They ?rill spend eral weeks on the Isthmus inspect? ing the canal. 1 DIES, 8 HURT IN NEW HAVEN WRECK Train Leaves the Track at Clayton, Conn., When Rails Spread. New Britain, lonr... April 11.?One man was killed and eight injured to? day when spreading rails wrecked a suburban train on the New York. New Hawn & Hartford Ka'.lroad at Clay? ton, throe mile? from this city. All of the injured were passengers except Frederick Benson, engineer, of Fast Hartford. The man killed was Henry Carroll, fireman, of ItOlWemn Two score of passengers were shaken UD and many suffered minor - ui\ scratches or bruises. TUE DQAD CARROLL, Henry, fir-man. of North I i .inn . left 1-r cut ?f ano t.a. X .ti Die.J In New rrltatn HospcU. N'W llu\ er. THE DfJtntajD Pt'AVK. H . Hartford: head nr WTLLBCT 1 . Hartford, head ml HAAST. J H. Terry wie. shoulder Injured ?nLBOrf. C ?7 Hoe Untaln. head cut sad rlfht M!^ injured EVARSOK, C . New Fntain, hand? cut BROMLarT, G, New Britain, hand? and faflO TIBCLORLilfO, M P . Uo!t.-n, rtsht Mg btwS ? BKMSOM, FreVrirk Ea.t Hait/erd, enfir?ee^ ,nd be i\ beutet I The train was made up of four oar*| and a locomotive, which was runnlngj backward. The flrat two coaches were OVIturned but the others remained, upnsrht. One driving wheel was ripped] off the engine and the cab was hurled] down the track. The tender slid down the track for w] hundred feet, tearing up the rails end] blocking both lines. While wreckln-f crews from Hartford and Waterbury) were clearing the wreck and repalrtnaj the track trains were sent by way Springfield and Berlin, end tetweet Hartford and Newtagtea over tht Hartford line. A statement hy C L. Bardo. gen*r?| manager of the company, said: "Four or five passengers very s!;ghtl?fl Injured: fireman had leg cut off and] engineer bruised head and body." i REBEL SOLDIER KILLS BO Calls Shooting of American Ac< cident, but Held for Murder. rB'. Te!e?r.iph t^The Tribune J .?an Bentt?. Tex.. April 11 New.? ha? ; heat reached the city of the killing of ths i elevens ear-old son of I^ewis ('astilla, s merchant, at \a>h Ingles, about eight mile? from here. Tho boy bad gone across the ! c Grande to cany dinner to some ?rock,* men. He was met on the KeXieaa astil by a <"onstitutlonallst soldier, who ?*? corte.l him on the errand, and on tin ret'irn the bov ?an -walkini; ?lightly in H'li-anee, when the soldier, as he deel ir.-s, tripped on his gun, which dis har^'l ?hooting the bov in the hea<! til? soldi?! ? d al Matamoros. ? l.nr^ed with t; der ]*a\MMknimwQ SE w 5e4-ij(.oi Tltili flwnue *S" Jlt MO $1. INTKOVVCl TOMORROW, New, Ultra-fashionable Modes For Post-Lenten Affairs Styles not shown heretofore and designed expressly for After- Easter Festivities and the Spring Wedding Season Two-piece Cloth and Silk Suits, Cape-Coat Suits, Three-piece Costume Suits, Dinner and Evening Gowns, Dansant Frocks, Afternoon Gowns, Street Dresses, French Lingerie Gowns, Board Walk Frocks, Afternoon and Evening IF raps, Silk and Cloth Capes, Pellerincs and Mantles, Street, Steamer and Sport Coats, Coatees, Tailleur and Costume Blouses, French Millinery for dress, street and outing wear Nohvthstanding the fad that critical 'women accept Gidd?flg Fashions as the standard of style and perfect Workmanship, the cost is no more than for apparel of less distinction. Furs in Cold Storage |g x natural atmosphere, not too drv. are -iot only vecure from moth damage, but are greatlv improved in appearance, furriers in charge. Repair* made. Safety guaranteed against lire, moth end theft. Telephone and we will send promptly. Household Furniture Stored in a fireproof warehouse b\ caretul packers arid mn\er?. A supe? rior service at a moderate cost. Let us advise von .is to economical storage. Written guarantee o? >ifety given by special arrangement. Safe? for te. unties in Burglar Proof Vaults. LINCOLN SAFE DEPOSIT CO. 42d Street, opp. Grand Central Terminal. Telephone Murray Hill S888.