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SINCERER ART IN PARIS SALON Crack-Brained Crudity and Futurist Freaks Now on the Wane. SPECIAL EXHIBIT OF GASTON LATO?CHE than Fifty U. S. Painters Contribute, but All Seem Im prisoned in French Methods. ? - ? a 'esome d> r ittve vein, in por? trait .I aies and * e to the .?nnual Balon of the Na? tional - 'te Arts, opening to - hratfttkaaal varnishing ? I almost three thousand a water colors, drawings. aid objects of art. " ma, the meretricious demolish the ; Mat, Puturlst or other eaot-- '?' ers k-tirained ati ties ol line ? ? ? i ? toned, being fot truth. ? :MM : ? S and sot';- ? I tiie stai: v? the Grand ' ' ?? I ? halls ? ' I : ? ? lpt1, the ; La? w res ?dent canvases, bear multi-coiortd fire? works. Vei fan? ? ms monkeys, paie nymphs -s, the whole forming a ' ;. ? St. Clou i ' hypnotize ? tator. ... aT>fj dominating ? Besr.ard at His Best. B No. : contains four ladles '? aIld a large azure toned ceiling : j3a and 6 ?'? the ? ? ? at the end - si " ? mod ? ?ping ? BCD of ar. t hand reata upon a . '.arden of ?' and is the rk of ? res. Then we ' - ard's Gathering In Provence," bathed in warm * exhibits R ..... ? vpres aels by Maurice ? schemes depict the awakening of Ulysses ?ea.ide idyll of Nauatcaa ? ? -1, one of the reaafva worka in the ?aio' 'rurtin's '?Coming of Spring" An E ? 9 in white drapery floats in a rapid lake con nature, ? the gresi lake, v daffodils and i little girls sea- " &?? n : mk and white scarfs , rolng fruit tree.- apoa er. - per ? igbirds of I I aiturs the Salient Feature. Pc the salient f- i at the on One notes the ; anche le Mi ture of ti.? ComteBs Noai'.- - of Princess J da ?'.rog?e and of V -main There is a serme* in) portraits of 14a ?aMnstain, --, and of I Jean:> ' the BsaSm Parisiennes, by Antonio de la - d onuKual raetsriaa iTajmoml "Woog's por tra;:j of yesosg gir.s with dogs. In black ??' -lor tones. :e is aend - Dag aa-i Bouv. ? t? 1 B Imtrait of "Mi .' ? ?r. and daring braahvorll rtralts of I -?. of Part? ? h LauuUo There Is a realism, < ;k" and alert. In the ex trait ? bich?n. In the unitoi ? the R .miaa, Lancera, ty Bernard ! ? ? - . - ? ?, is a soundly consti ?4 Kfi h. so also ls James Phan asa's a I .ad y in VMM Har ?M ????? !, are '-Sag. . A Spanish Note >. r~ ?*"**, . ''Msetc - 'dry paint' rs, Jean ?**?*?!, ir Ml high!. ".ant i'')T ? I. " The k tar ? ? . ... ...r.? . y gt0rh *?*? > ihees with *?*?* I Mademoiselle Is i The ?Igfet; Ma i a tea eat Her *** esvert ? * I | VhlU 1 .- I daring ? ? ? ?sa?!.. ef'V '*' V Ha. " ?T * -trait >,t M Sl^"** toWl"t Mi baat AetM ?nd a-id laaaakm down . . ? city of To ,,'''"* r< me pewer - ?fr*/? maps in Eta? ?" rtlsh girl CjTfN?*' . ...rl ? ha. 1*^ ' ?bile ? h IW+ | *"*V?t l*A*M ft. , , . i?? STeTrii! FRA? BERTHA KRUPP VON BOHLEN UND HALBACH, Wealthiest person in all German; . forts of Zuloaga, one asks why no temporary American painter In tiie attain such Inter.s'ned inc " with the true national char of his art as is here reached by an i switching Spaniard. From tht United States. ? than fifty United States pait Of both sexes exhibit in the Salon, ye of thtm seem imprisoned In French n ods. and to all practical intents and poses are French artist.- Foremost an the Americans is Frederl-k Fr?e? whose " Venus in the Sunlignt" ls an quislte treatment of the nude. Friese <;,rl Under a Parasol'' and I v. :r.e a figure bather ting tbi the lei of tre- hangeful pink and vi tank among th- beat f this art work?. ? Sei of Philadelphia. * BeetJve view of N Paria la the artist's best v - Harrison continues to a*/! charms from his sea vit ; ttrre of the moon by Is, Illuminated by the red glow c sun. Florence K. Upton, of New York. ' attra ' favorable comment ?/ her portrait of an elderly lady with w! hair, seated at a blue desk, a q her hand and lier fa^e full of thouf Beside the model is a blue screen, t ornaments are on the ihlmney piece, i I t bursts through the opening M damask 'urtains. lighting up blue enamel vases, some saucers on table end the Mue tapestry on 'he wa A Frr.al! mirror reflecta a side view of lady's heal It Is a work of remarka cleverness and fine.'- composed, hoi settiiic better adapted for a wat color sketch than for a serious life? Posait ly the artist was lnspl by a chapter of llnrgar'a "Vie de 1 " relating the influence of the b !n art. Nevertheless, it I? a flne wo giving genuine pleasure Other American Canvases. Amor.g other good pictures by Ami .-.??? a portrait by Julius Stewart sd "n a fur cloak on ? : ' by lira ' ? ? Yo'k; of the Comtesse d I s BolehOTon Of Detroit: V | PtlOrabe Ropes. r "nflaa < n ." bv m ^ Chapasen, of Chicago, who a Some e*celUnt miniature at Tv.o highly decorative portrait! M -g ? ?: e Hill Turnbuli. | ? ? Among other excellent I daintily decorative pictures bv America M.-s Fian< ? -ill l>-a, of Philadelphia, represe: Ing a. v?<? ng girl In profile making a fi! pleaetng compealtlea in siiad and stroncriv draw rlttai by Bliaabe Nourse a miniature portrait on ivo Coottdge, of P?ston; admirai decorti- ? ? Of forsatS ?rid fields ' ? | Bale! miniature PS larriet Haiiow?!i. of P-o tea; marin? water soleta by Miss .T?ti Peterson, of Elgin, 111., effective - Tunis by Cameron Burnside. of Ne York, pkituraa of the works of the Pai ama ?"anal, notably U Cut ' Alsorf <"lark, of ?"hl-.ago a Prittanv s< M - | Francisco, charm ? I ??? an the Facln.c Orean I Miss Helena Dunlap, of Loe Angele et of a graveyard near Tanglers 1 Miss Oracs l:?vlin. of Illinois; <-ol? I d i.' > r t ? sits of ort ?tewarl 'arstalrs of Ph: 'i in Holl if Oil i ? : ? taburgh, a work fu rrudea fiy Charts Haartkorne, of Maine, sxQulstte sprin ?<Te <<, -a ? ?? 1 ij'"ti Barloa "F?Ot tl all o* l/oulse." by t'arl Hawley, 8 *e, ?ho elso exhibits some g"o i iides, and an engraved portrait of th eeaapeeer poifay and views of Paris dur ir, thi floods ' sa Chedwtck, o ' n In tht Sculpture Section. e ?e t,on la wl,;c.'. Pod.I gaafll ? ?' ' " I M ?lomli ?ted hy a. barga -,.. .lu?n statije of Mora bai leal I i',n,t.i.t .Mru!,t? fur the la "t monu ?Mat *? Bageaas Afi.ons other Horki ;,re u fi/^tt.a.l gglinnnag'. in p.a, 1er, ! .in, k mh kt-iuie. of phiiuutipiiHi.. a bream statue, TIM l^ovun," by V\ uiUin Jewitt, la? Yorh. a marble group. Mater? nity, by JnjaJbert, a plaster group 1 "Mathers." by Miss Lud fUchardi. of p.oif'in. a statuette portrait In bronxe of 11 Y. Kmlth, by John Atom, of f'l?| end a plaster projeeflon of the Bey by WflfaN Oefjrter, Of N'w V'.tk i ?ring ths exhibition s? ;, vim? , tted lhat there Is no on? ? iidftig woik of n/t thai will t'-'ki t BMneeaMe Tfce (sai i *? aaflenau Sly the Lntouohi eonection ' e i?nVMM <<f whl?*h hi", f h**n gathered from the l/tixemb'nirg Muieurn, the Mln iBiry of /aadaa and other puiilio and pri? vate gelierte?, .- - i BLACKMAILER TRIES AN ITALIAN PRINCE But Gonzaga, by Playing for Time, Sees Family Scandal Revealed. - ? ? -ne ] Milan. April 11 ?An tttompt I mall Pi Inoo Bmai sie Gonaaga, of whioh came to light this week. I the ta'.k of Milan. A feu prince, received a telephone call fro unknown n. t who demsndsd bmcm to to the Unit and ?tar anew. The man threatened to publish a number of compromising lov? letters from the Princess Elizabeth, Prince I'm manuele a sixteen-j ear-old daughter, who died about two vears ago. An appointment v ns made ?id a well dressed man BITlVSd at the Gonzaga ; ace In a motor car. handed the prince a packet of twerity-eirht letton and 1mm? dlately left The man was ven i ' !n his COnVorsation He o vident!; pected a trap and said absolutely not In the nature of Ml that the police behind the curtain ?T" unable to ?-? ? him. The prince roa found that the man ha i been Ce < ? |? : M That '?? tag the ti rang I the Straaj i for a prompt Btating that iho letters deiH were only rnosl Innocent and least Important ol I on, which w.m about to be s?r;t to the n- S the money demande-1 was forthcor. The ; ? ??;.:?? ? u off, t.ut next mornlntf circulars w-' i lor.able families and d atrib ited at a pub rile resort announ'lng th?- i . liba? tion of th? ?: og of !noit> thai I k it- rs. fi princely Milan- in to bet ? Sicilian BweothearL" Th- police Immediate- BlTSStSd th? man and found l.im to be <,aetari f ' a native of Palermo lie had in his house letters In the prfa ? handwriting, as w.'.i as a Mg oolleetioa of prini : copie? ready fer issu?. Prenl Is an ex-convict, having aejl ? nos in prison forgery and embesslemenl in* handsome physlqu*? and ? ting i -"nor.- enchanted the young princess, who mot him clandestine? ly and rallied or. a se ret correo] wit,, bisa. Happily, at the time ai expected to marrv hlffl he was Then she fell !" and diod. SWISS .RAISE CRY OF 'GERMANIZATION* Municipality of Berne Removes All French Names from City's Streets and Squares. lieneva, April 11 -The BOWBpepera ad the Fren' B cantor s ha plained of the "Qsraaalstag" Bf Bwttssr land ovo.- ?ino? Um f the .St. Gotl.ard treatv During the la>.t :? H Brests?, due to th? BOtioa cf tho l>rr.e ! auth' - 1 out I;- ?arl the dtBOO" - and Widely published that not onl; tier man schools wero t- ?i,s lized in B? land by the Pno-Germari si seties of lierlln, but thai Ost boing srnt tn BwMSSriaad to take posts a?, ridiculous ?alarles, VBiOh BO i-wIhs would a? i ? In order to further the ' movement " 'ine municipality of ilern? ha? now removed all Kronen namm from the ?troeta and aguaros. leaving only the Befa BOjutsBlenu iltbough Is Um r' * oi s<?me of tho am lent streets the 1 nurne was tti* original one At >-<\.itj. rallwa >. ih? i reas k bbbm ? red. < loot* plaint has also bun Baado 'n the gwiBB Krcm li BfSJBI that the chief jove rnm-nt blue hooka are pnnt-d In QeTBMVB, WhllS hi tha Hw.ss I'arliamer.t there ari foW * official" lu? guare?. It I? point*! tut also that th? powerfi '? T?euts<her l;,-nk I? the ?tronf controlling lOTOS 1" Switzerland, arid that ths tvm chief Kwiss banks ate ; r.i'tI- il!y lta I rail' boa undo; , tin r nai British Bteamer a Total Loss .-1 'i i.oin.iH. D W ? . April i ? U donmesji r.f the British alas near Croydon, w h went BSborS 00 APril ?> 'iff BB Igland near here, v. ti * IM IdM f,r n/naiwii'? foraging pan of the csriro waa ?alv?d, but the coal li,/> I :?: 1 jras iost. GERMAN TAXATION NOT FOR WEALTHY Princes Need Not Con? tribute to $250,000,000 War Fund. Tr in. April : -The German princes are BOt ? little ferried Ji|?t now owing to th? fact that they are '"mora!l>" ebflgWl to contribute to th? great war tax levied to pay for the military expenditure in BUrred by last years great army Th? amount n??ded Is f and when tiie real macn;,;'l? of the sum amount became known to the German people the Ktl-er urged the princes of the realm to pay their share of the tax. Tti? based unaahaousty to b? forced to pay and laid streea on the f:nt that the < v !,,< i. relieve* them from paytlag taxes like ordinary mortals. did not a'l'-iw them to b? eaerosd in that res;,? t "?> e Kalaar reeegniaag- that this was perfectly rorr?ct from a purely legal viewpoint, hit asked them individually I I pay something to the war fund, so that the r.pie would net lie enabled to say that tl>- rl heel mea in Germany?the prince?.-wre the only ones which the law exempted fren paying anything for the safeguard of the country. The German princes consented to that. out Of 1 n. but now that they are S to perform the very act Of putting their hands Into their pockets they f< ' quite -ad a'id reluctant According . lolph Martin, an authority on G man finance, tl:? grand total of th? wealth of derm in i lera and their fam Illes reaches the 1 ' i and should the pr?sent erar tas oa weaph h? extended to the princes ths Qerman ex? chequer a IP some M.MMM on As the war tax Is not in svsnt to yield more than requlsltS BM.MI.6Ut, the prln^t*' sliare in the tax would possibly relieve many r p?r,;,l- from the obligation of pay? ing anything at ail. Kaiser Fifth in Wealth. The rieheat German priaoa la the Kalaar himself, o -.( ?s valut i al J ?to annual Income ls val f ? But the Kaiser is ty no means the I I | rson in the em? pire, or even ir (? 1 c fifth in the list ol n.v's money magnates. The * ? ? rana ir. UM empire is . pp von Pohlen und .te is valued at 17", Tben ow ... . . von, aa estate valued at B TOI Mhl Idt-Hoths j. 0: the Duke oi I . i.e ail other members of paya no in tax. so that the exact amount of hia fortune ls unknown, and the officials of the Imperial Ministry of Finance have no right to Inquire; but neater portion of his wealth ts Mad, and therefor? aately valued, in Praaala alone he owns some forty castles, lands M I ? ' as house? In Perlln, the grand I b amoums to ? but were the Kaiser t ? liquidate his estate It ls sure tha; a, higher figurt would easily be ad. HM wealth in cash and stocks ? .' known, bul II B said to be con ahla The origin of the Hoherizollern fortune ,? ra to he the "savings" , of King I rederich William in. the prev ? grandfather. These Bg ' amounted to B.I0O.OM a i'?n aL'o, and ?ere heiueathed by the ? to his successor as "frown treis uie," and under the specific condition 'that half of that sum should never be tha country were In on ' Nobody knows ex ? - b?came of this "treas? ure. "? tr.it tor "ranted that it sti.l ' that It m di i Jblcd In value sinos the time It was const! Kings Rich and Poor. : German rulers art get nerally spef-t- ?lthy, especially the King of Saxony, whose private estate Is valued ? '? ire thaa y, i?o.ooo. On tli? other hand, the King of Pa.varia is ? ? poorest rulers la Lump*, and had to ask for an "increase of ray" im medlatt ly i ? .tion. Although ti:? German princes are so lthy, It Is very difficult In some Instances to determine what their incom?s r m -tance, let us the case of King Frederick August Des . ti be? longs to t a M ?'*?. but all the art ? -? property, at.d it ta satremely doubtful whether the w these art treaanraa to be tax?d as wealth, as they are invalua? ble, god St iave.no market value. An ? Instance Is th?.t of Prince Frederick Henry of Prussia, the Kaiser's cousin. He owns i park in the centre of Bertin, i in the very ar; Koenlggraetaer ? roperty hi worth about U. ? does not yield on? cent, and me (et lane in upkeep? I the prince have to to taxed on . , ? a | -v I aseaa ruin to him. The must favored of German princes r.f d fbcult etrcumstajic?? are those Ilk? Prince Furatmberg. or Prta " I a lippa arBo owns many million : not tu Praaala, nor ?ven annal I I ?n Austria. Their wealth ? within ?he reach of Germany's tax collectera GYPSY EARRING FAD HOLDS LONDON YET Even Tiny Gold Cages, with Enamel Birds Within, Are Worn. ? i oadkm. 4 sarrtng M st.ll very much in demand a ty noeaea mi - vaaaaa has even gone ?o far as to decorate the of bei san with little gold cages? i ? mel birds. The' price of ? earrings was C-'A Earrings grow Larger and , ? Inter with the length of the days. A unique pair escorting one Wasaaa down Bond It this ur.k had two .' gwead set In a long Jewel . I ? now ? ?? ? Mob aall v m, i ieo broot has at.d brat stets W ? '? stock earrings from ? < I aaj ths gaalntai th? design th? more reaCfla] 'he tarring? are ?old. ti.mu aie two or three inohee '?on* . . 4 X-RAYS CURE GORKI Author Declares Four Applica? tions Banished Tuberculosis. ChbiB ?? i h* Tribuno | St. Petersburg. April 11?In a letter written t i Russkoe BsjSSj, Maxim Gorki ! states that he has bsegl absolutely cured of tuberculosis thmusrh P.oenteen administered bv r>r. Menukhin, who vlsitod Capri In October last and made four appli-atinns of the treatment pre? vious to December. Although Gorki is BOW !i\ing in the damp climate Of Bt Peto'yburg, K? 1* no longer following ,t medical course, has put on weight and feel? no trace Of the disease ard ' '? - ;o pain In either lung. PRUSSIA EXPELS % 2 DANISH WOMEN Visitors in Schleswig Had Failed to Report to Local Police. (Prom Th? TriB :n? I 'oTosi'o-dent ] Berlin, April 2 Two young Danish women were lately expelled fr >m the north of Schleswig by zoalous police offi? cia ?>. n etreamstanesa which seem to be pe. utter, but which turn out to be vory aim pie Miss I A DiaOBSB, a BBSS or: singer and daughter of a well known Danish writer and land owner, and Miss Helena. Prahl, a pianist, fhter of the Burgo? master of Rlngstsd irsrs paving a short ? te Um boms of friand? in the Schles? wig town ' .' S. mraerstedt, when their hosts invito,| them to go I ate social evening In the neighboring small town of K? twraa The invitation was BOCOPtOd sad the oumpany drove In a IS to a concort-ror>n: Naturally, the two artista consented to take part in the programme. At the con? clusion, Joel ^ ? htlas I MOSn had fin? ished ainglng Von Hartmenn'a (.'radie Song, a gendarme gppdBrad, and g.ung to the two visitors, requested them to ac ? ??mpany him at once to Sommerstedt. They ?ske,j if they might go in their oar? ?-. but this request was refused, and the two women. In evening dress, had to any the police official on foot. U hen tak?n before the Chief of Police they were informed that they must leave Prussia by the BSXt train, and an order of expulsion was shown them, bearing the date of the previous day, A request ? 'ho-.- might return to their host'? house and change their evening clothes was also refused, and there and then ?vere conducted to the ?tation by a ? me. la the next train, which was a slow one, they were given places in a thlrd - '.'irriage, a gendarme going with them as far as the last Prussian ?tation before the Danish frontier. Before leav? ing Sommeratedt the visitors were In? formed that they would be punished If they again entered Prussian territory, reached Copen I- I ? ? ? ?he worse for their extraordinary treatment It Is Stated by tho police that the wom? en had not reported thSBBoetroB, and that they were dangerous agitators who went BO gathering for political purpose?. The "Berliner Tageblatt." however, :.rir.vtert7.es these assumptions as fan? tastic, and not corresponding at a'i with the facts of the case. HOT POLITICS IN FRENCH ELECTION Would-Be Deputy for Senegal Conducts Campaign on Camel and Wears Silk Hat. [B> Cable to The T ? Pans. April 11.?The electioneer!; I palgn i? now in fun swing, and pestera . . ry color of the rainbow cover the . n frames especially made for them and set forth the programmes cf UM eotv didatos. The five foremost groups app*al lng to the Parisian electors are the Re? publican gOCUUISta freshly coined in the political mint by ArtSti i- Rrland, Louis Rarthou and Jose] R ?-? b? the T'nifled liiarta under the lead of .lean JuarAs, the party of proportional representation, including Charles Bcnolst. Georges Cle BU and others; then the I*rogresstve Ropubih-ans with Mauri -e Barros and Paul Beauregard, ar.d final!'.- the work Ingmea'a party ander M Vaillant and Marcel s- aabat A sign!:.' ant feel :re of the campaign since Clemenceau has r.rned a e0ld shoulder to Premier Doumergue and es? pecially to Joseph Cafllasjg and Ern-.st MOBla is the ??'.once of the governmental candidates and the redo .bled violence of the diff?re:.t stripes of opposition fac? tions. For instance M Vaillant, a formar supporter of Premier Doumergue, de BOea in handbills "the crimes of the rotten Rour^oiM* ar.d the venal corrup? tion of the law courts." The "Progressiste" candidatos proclam war against the Rad. al Bodattsta, SUCh unsrgue gad Calllsns, saying their : national hankruptoy and na? tional ? :. gra - ami BOBuaa Joseph laux and Ma friends with hav.ng SBliChad themselves by scandalous speculations on the Bourae. The ?ame violent trend erOgS Op at L\or.s. Bordeaux. Rouen and Na L'ven In Senegal the election fever rsdPBfl and the radical candidate for Parliament, Kill) ?here scours the country cr. a camel while attired in My ?B ?hoes, a tall ?Hit hat, an overcoat and of course an umbrella. In hi? haranguea to the electors he promises that if choson he ?.'.! bring thera all sorts of nice thing? from Paris The re?ction candidatos predi -t in their poster? tfetl HM Dourr-rg-u?. i'alllaux h- ! Monts have put the last nail In the eogta of 1 'an rsghm absei ministers In turn ah ?a ti,?- aalss Mai plot hi : H the rssaarh baa rame serti? near to having BS BMBBlBg at all. $1,500.000 FOR CHARITY Tailor and Journalist Cause Surprise in Vienna. luv l'en? to Th? Tribuna 1 Vienna. April 11? Two donation? r? ? made to rhartn bare BSettsd ?d nilra'lon and ?ronder In Viel a \ tailor, I ? ' r a leocenl ? bildren, arid lllberer, i sporting writer ?nd m i.kssaker, boa giran a like guga t<< , heritable Institution?. The nev*/pupors pnlnl OUl thai the c?. e.mple of the tailor and tournallat might b* followed bv the Austrian aristocracy, one of th? richest, In ?Europe. ........ ,_ g !. \.r'V *?'? '.' BOROUGH \. w poitrail ' American born peeress, f MtaS Grace t'rirr. of Kentucky. REACTION TOWARD^ RELIGION IN PARIS Crowds Attend Good Friday Ser? mons?Princely Saxon Priest "Discovered" Recently. [By Cable to Th? - I ? ' Paris. April 11.?The religious fervor of the Roman Catholic reaction of the popu? lation of Paria, apparent by the enthusi? asm of the crowds attending the Good Friday scrmon3 and the impressive monies and exhibitions of aa< red relics In? cident to the day. is a significant feature of the Beanon. The Archbishop of Paris .1 pre-saactlAed maas at Notre ? ;n the presence of fifteen tho persona comprising a large proportion of worn? n and children. curious msdiaai ceremony of epi ioa was performed In the humble but historic little Church of Saint Julian le Pauvre fuel aa - ine from Notre [Mme This ehureh d?tes from the ninth century and is mentioned by Dante In his ' Pan?:.-"." An extremely lashionable gathering of Parisians assembled there la?t evening to hear the Prince-preacher His Rayai Hjlhnsas Maximilian of Sax aay deliver in French a Good Friday ser? mon in which he eloquentlv referred *o it as th? allegoric lion of humanity. Th? royal priest spoke very pure French with only a faint trsce of a German ac II? is a medium sized man of ath? letic build, with rosy cheek?, curly blond hair and, soft blue Prince Max of Saxony preaches or'e in ea ri year In the Church of St. Julian le Pauvre, but it is only this | ear that the fact has become widely known Hi done so since the age of twenty-six, when a hopeless passion t',r a reig ereign wearied him of earthly things and he devoted himself to religion and to the rity of the cassock. Prince Max is forty-four years old, a brother of the relsnlr.g King of haXOny, and a ooualn of the German Bmperor aid of tre Emperor Francis Joseph. He takes his pr - i vocation with euch sincerity that he did not allow his princely rank to influence Pope !>>o XIII. who wished to make him a Cardinal? nor would he peek the ordina- , tion to a Bishopric that the Austrian KaMer Intended to confer upon him. a SPIES INFEST KIEFF DISTRICT False. Malicious Denunciations Daily?Third Degree Follows Indiscriminate Arrests. fBy CbbM to Th? Tr.t-une 1 Od' li.?Espionage run mad Ig now the chief feature of tne three south? western provinces of Kieff, Pudolia and Volhynia. At Kieff spies encounter - and ageate pravoeatean awarm. Vfclse and malicious denunciations occur daily. Hundreds of arrests are Indiscriminately made, one Latch of suspects followi.nc another to rrison, only to be released aiter being subjected to search and to the third degree. The railway lines to the western fron? tier are crowded w.tu t-mret service agents tn all manner of disguises, some of them so simple that no traveller of ordinary Intelligence could to deceived by them It ls aran known that it Is not >red good fTm to recognize a spy if he obviously wishes to be considered ' disguised." The Austrian Consul General is con? stantly followed hy a horde of secret agents. He cannot move a single step without a pack of men following at his On the Galiolan frontier the e?pi ? is Just a? bad The most absurd and anaaylag fsatnre of the ? nal si'iea ?aeh ether's hands. I >n? gets up Plots for others to discover, knowing that those others will repay later in tne same way. It li even alleged that there are reoog nired meeting placei where spies meet \ to exchange Ideas and useful information. PASSION PLAY AT NANCY Twenty Performances To Be Given This Year bv Children ?ne , Paris, April 11 TwentJ peitormancei nttl be given at (fancy this >ear of the Passmn Play, ?hlrh Is now revived for the flrr? tima Unce 1904 Tha flrit per? formance, given on Palm fclunday, at- i ir ?voted eome three thousand visitors1, j AMERICANS LEAVE BERLIN FOR EASTER Dresden, Munich and Ital? ian Cities Draw Many Away for Holidays. J. W. A. DAVIS MEETS FRIENDS AT CAPITAL New Yorker Present at Opening of Racing Season uith Prince Eitel Friedrich. [By Cab> 'o It? Tribune] Berlin. April 11 ?-There has been a heavv exodus, including manv Americana. |B various po'nts for the Kaster holidav?. Many have gone to Dresden and Munich, while Italy attracted the most uf tho?? Intending to make a longer stay Mrs Harry ,t Luce and daughter, of New Tork. erbe bars fi? red ooaspic louaty in the life of Rerun for the 'ist hix month?, have Rone to Dre?den Bar B Bl ort ?tay previous to returning to .\ ?? I .1 Miss I.uce is ran popular m eactastrs court circle?, other? who ?elected Dreaden are ?'aptain an ! Mrs. \ ?Tinelos Lanier M Inatos tho ?rabaasy who, irhlhj at the Adlon, has entertained larit John w a Datia ol (fsn Tork, ? -, paria Monday after .-> wr-ek spent n meeting old friends here. 1 >n Bunde* Uf Darla was the gsssg of a and Mra Gera ? ; of the spring r.. . . | tM H-i llB I . ? ?. raid I which attracted an baunense gathsriag ol fsahtoagbis and sporting people of Herlin. Crown P'ince Not Pre?ent. Among the spectators were Pnn.e and Pi lmo.Bg Bttel Friedrieh and a part ? half a dozen uniformed officers The Crown Prince was unable, to attend ho eause he had J"in<d the < rown Princesa at Zoppet. near Ihintzig. where ?he la supervising preparations (Of the opening of a new ?umrrmr home. Villa Helnbl'.-K, greosalod by the zoppet municipality. Elaborate praparatii -?s mau* by the ajnericaa woman's Ctah for tha dansant to be held at the Adlon on April ? under the patronage of Ambassade and Mrs. Gerard A BPSajWBBSSB Sf vaude? ville by leading profSSBtOOSda a prome nade concert, ard dancing has been ar? ranged by the committee. Judging from the demand for ti< i.ets at a respectable price for Rerlin. $1 ""?. the elOh'a 'offers are in a fair way of : replen? ished through the function. Had Trip in Zeppelin. Charles H. Campbell, of Detroit, who ?e spending In Rerltn a fortnight of a three months' holiday In Eurore. wa? a pas? senger on Saturday tn a Zeppelin airship for a crulae over Potsd?m, Berlin, and vicinity. The engagement is announoed of Mis? Rertha Marcus?, of Sail Fram ??co, who ?OOP atUdytog three or four years In , i'.erlm, to Dr. Adolf Wollenberg, on? of the foremost government architects la The marriage ?rill take place May 21 In Be Mr? W Alton Derrlek has gone to a sanatorium near Dresden for a ?hort cur?. At the Adlon are Dr ''har?e? P. Faston, of New York; Miss f'lara Eonne berg, of Philadelphia W'lllnm E Pain? and Albert Palne, and John O Adam?, of .New York. ROOSEVELT PARTY WELL Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs Gets Official News. Rio de Janeiro. April IL?The report that Theodore ! I ? on A: r It U - ' "' I I lag IB tOIS" grams roeetTSd by Dr I.ai'-o Mailer, Min? ister of Foreign Affairs. Tl;e d??patche? wore sent ly a Praziltan onVer accompa? nying Colonel Roosevelt's expedition and by the Governor of the Plate of Ama? zones i* was added that In spite of the diffi? culties due to the rainy season the eta'e of health of the member? of the expedi? tion who had arrived at '"alama was ex? cellent. Anthony F?ala leaves Mar.ao? to-morrow for New Tork. PRINCE INDORSES NOTE FOR $125,000 German Chancellor Resigns Be? cause of Son's Action, but Reconsiders. [g r"u!'. to The "?'?'? esa Berlin, April U? There is fresh trouble between the Imperial I hanoel'.or, Dr. von Hothmar.n-Howweg, and hi? ?on. Fried rich, twer.ty-f'.ur 'eats old, a student In . OB a ount of Um del bj of the latter Recently an official of the Dresd? ner Bank called on the - and presented a draft for MMMb ?ign?d by Friedrich and Indorsed by Prince Joa? chim, the Kaisers young?t son. The Chancellor recognized his son? ?ig nature, but doulted Prinze Joachim's, bu* Investigation confirmed the (bad that the prince, who Is < g very good terms I Friedrich, helped him out of difficult straits by indorsing hi? draft, with the understanding that fMadrMl should In? form hi? father before the draft wa? payable Th? Chancellor immediately went SB Raden, where the Kaiaer Is visiting, and after explaining the case presented hi? resignation. The Kaiser, however, ex pres?od the greatest ?empathy for the Chancellor and refused to a Bt the re?* igaatioa Tha drift was paid at sa ? RUSSIA'S COLOR LINE St. Petersburg Drops Segrega? tion Plan for Chinese. I From Iti? Tribun? <J?orr??porui?nt. ; fit. Peter?burg. March 31. - Uke Ban Francisco and New York, the <~htnese quarter of Ft. Petersburg has been grow? ing steadily during th? last few year?, but now th? Inhabitants of the quarter are to be BVlCted from th? i : | .mie? and I ? rOUghOBl the citv 1 der of the Preiset of Police Special ?urveillanc? will In Kept over the Chtesssj l\ the sanitary a nhoiu.e?. who say that the present >ollou" s/sss> ter is a regular h-th, | ,.f diseaaa and tliat a larg? number of children who died re? cently were found in Uve eutopsmje to hare jjiad ??aailpox.