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Sander and His
Aides Indicted in German Spy Plot AjJegrd Chief Pleads Not Guil-v When Arraigned with Wunnenberg Jury to Continue Work Court Papers Confirm the Re? port That Bacon. Held in London. Confessed I ? G eon*" ?Minor, con I could be The cne r' the I and - ob ? u'on. when : ? whole The .at "?ander lR(l w med Bacon, on or ?bou- v - a few days be urepe, of a'. ?n ; abroad who pi " ;pond ents ' All were ink. B?ci >fthe ? oy of San? der a- . id preceded h;m le ? ? n in Holla- ? men. t?c iad -trfre?. Bacon was to WOUili ? What the Indictment Charge? The : and hid il ? con . lieved 1 and ?a o' ? I Dordf H SAsy ante- ga occurring with the "?"? mili 'in t ?Ma were . rinf, the appert _ a-no ; - I ?ife and and 'lung* be ascer aom " : 1 ? -noon British Ship Sinks U-Boat Second Shot Hit Submarine, Steamer's Officers Report Com ' ? the ? .-> ac ??cond T.rne ? a Women Postmen for Paris Wives of Soldiers To Be Given Preference ? cperi* I Wed, ' ? ' "a-. - ,? U. S. Consul Fined $32,000 ^fnt m Swada-n Violated the* Pork Import Ajrreement ? , ? . <l a ' Liberated Yarrowdale ?Men Destitute and Half Starved lour Doctors Reach Copenhagen; Say Americans Still Held Suffer Cold and Hunger, Were in Berlin Near Gerard \X hile I ie 1 lunted Them \ ?'??ont tii?? German ra ??hip Yarro'viiale, arrived her?' three month? of il prisonmer ? whi ' "? believal le har I. They are Dr. .lohn Da Columbus. Mi?- ? McKim, Y.: Dr. H. IV ?nyd? rfolk. Va., and Richard Zabrisk . ? ?od. V .1. Until reren* :i member ef 'he Nt York City Health Departa ?r men os ? '.ease ana o? ' eamp st Karlsruhe. T'? other American? carried ' manv on the Yarrowdaie are atill he ? ken. Shifted \bout Rerlin One of the most curiou? enforced stay in Germany wi at the vf ? Ambassade 1 puf nacious fashion bombard I | tor-. - c A menear ? Yarrow : priaOI \er?> being n the freigr.t yards ( Berlin, almost within call of the I ?a baaaador. Dm I I ai Karlsr men were underc'othed and underfei ? nit of ?h"' ?rere prison ers of war or detained neutra - know:ne whether : had declar - r was - to etTect their relea.???. Fou - ?auadrons of Allied aeroplane i raid? o and shells ir.tende for the m "on rained on al ?on camp. 1* was a! American . The four mon ?eft the camp a' on Febr.. 'er es travelled I ? munde Where, a-'t"r b,';r,>; snbjectpii U.?ua ?;.- were pu aboard a Dani?1 ?e tool ?hern upon their arrval it irk, i leer an?: ? had enjoyed .??nee la- . rmanj I ' BOI Par. to Copenha. ( ared for by Britinh V. I ? -".i _?ues? - I ' ?W wa -lled therefore 'o re' <nnder Britit - ' ?jn.su! provided hotel accommoda .-.ition as to lent ted out as far a? ?jur men miirht be Ger? man spies. more dra .y the war thai ? rt commons on la I was ! ? ? a der :n ' ? ? ? ? ? i and mor i par . ? ? Other \menian? S ? em a*. 1 tati ' December cold, a; e pi r was captured aboard the front Y , ' ? ' tranap Dr I 'h . end Mr ? I Britta! Siffned Parole Papa?--? ?It) board the raider thry | ? ' .ily by the ij man ? ??' reac! '? <uld be tr In fac*. Brit ' cuptu lifni riding would be placed on boh . ? ? home or neutral port ? lale. w uable cargo, ?rr' . man comma: 1er 1 and send the pr:- ? rmany ?eel. by a heavy storm, the run ;ir.re of lb? - made i Them ? 'earned ? - ? for a mor.*h in qn I from til?? Geera . had bi ? -k on t lower ,? - were half awa?h. Without ??hoes in >n?>? a month befo Other? wou have ba -r - : no* .ii trtbuted all avail* Repeal mumcate with the Americ but none of th< I ed M the men the r Beet American?, eren Karl ruhe, -ers to Du - .1 ? et, which doi lorttweht . nlate o: thir. soup, half a o- . pota- lays I nound? and the others abov a.? ma They ? ? ?or.thly pay ? ?'rom win? tor ? | ?1.30 to ; r i and tobaec?. Wha* '--r mor.e : melted away in put tha? wane all e . notified of their release on Ken ' .-.happy re? ollec . -. ? -. ?aerican ? i Ute ca:n;> commander, ? ? pniot ? Th- - nava rea?-' ? pent--.-- " ? imnianded bv I. ?rg. Berlin Promises to Free All Captives on March ? . I ? oners on Man ?galai thi ?? . ? i i [ Bni Yarrowdale, and ' robably ta- la quarantine come.? to an ?mi. The ? ? I ? Wa U. S. Court Is Asked By Banker to Permit Reply to Wife's Suit George W. Butt.*. Demand Voice in Alienation Action and $50,000 Damages ? - . _'H.n?t the I Ellsabel \ ;n a - . Sgatast Mrs. Min Hra.rnar ami ' ? nal OS of a"Tec* .-? t n the Sopren ? r-'istrainintc ?ny farther proceed. .? ? ? ire m?tter ? I ed??ra! rour* | ?- com pany official says he paid her trata eparated. that ...... ?he was is | ? - '* ' '?N '? . es emel ai her aliena ar an?l h? r I . ??? ?list hi* nom? ? I i? nsade "unhappy. U' tant ac . ?o be ? ? '?rr hi* fr?en?' ? Utter. h< To Head Engineers' Library Pituharsrh, Marea | Harriapi P - .nun of ?he h?-ri' hi.i1 -.? ill U^n-i? Kngri ? ?? Mr ? ?'? ?rid I? vire | thr A"" ? I .,'ion Broker Cant Recall Any Pats or Kisse.? From Mrs. Nolke May Have Be?n 'Baby" Mai lowe Who Sat on His Bed. Says Burton Castle ? '??arl Elittba ' Nolk? irougl ? ?lined hv J:.-- ? I Turle ; NV.l- - "Bab> Marlowe had called on him wl . te at the B ' Pan?. Si trative. he was ?urr. ??}'. , \ that ' ?' invalid'? bed. kr??e?l him, and ?1 his head M ta? ? nber whether it eai Mrs. NoR." or ?? the ? herj A? for ? . , ? | ? . T ? ? ? ion II- -? - II ' ... 0i pur he pat.?, a? he had unary number of carbuncle? a . had ' ; hi? arm while < ?? bath ?o was lie him Mr fasti?, whoae home is at 43 We?1 ?eet, ha? bro'nerare ..?' 'V I v ? ' wa? there, in I ? ? ? \'oll? er party ar ? went te Ml apart men' rini.mh? ?h.'n.r Mi. | . r ., *r? .hmmt.? we' ? I ?.i?,', my n ? thilta i aoda te r ham pa,; ? '? he ?a d ? e .?id. on ai< I . ? 4 p m or M'in'l ? Passengers Slept In Life Belts on Silent Touraine None Undressed Until the Darkened Liner Had Passed War Zone Springs Modes Arrive Gay Paris Styles, More Costly than Ever, Mingle with West Front Echoes < :? Tevraine, from Bor made h? r wi rarhor lat? | ? - ? ' ?.marica ?ein, her comm,, , ?he tr:p had been un aabfaaiiasa or ; .ad oeen ligBtsd. Many of the pn??<jr.?, | can buyer?, retal ? Paria milli They to.d of ex? treme precautionary measur. ?ubmanne rone. The day . ? [ all pas?eni: ? lally. In ?'? boat drill.? were h??ld For the pa.??? ' . lothea. ?? *h| add.tiora! ira ?. hu* a.? ?oon fer zone ?u r i - -? i Bf the whole ?.- ? . was ? only p; saloons ar.ii tha i b?-en heavily ro\ ? Krench Utaihe Arrives ant Fr < . at'ache ii ?'rrtnce was .... a the . ????n driving .in ambulance on ? I I '? ? ? n ? lomal ie relation ? 'There ?a? tremer . r.a* and ?pplau.?e." Mr. Heart ed Arrbassadi r Sharp - - ? od and ?hooted, - quel The ambarado his ael \ ? B1 - ? Captain of Trawler King Stephen Died Insane, Says Berlin British Threats Said to Have Unbalanced Mariner Who Left Zeppelin Crew to Die ? l'r\p dea' iptaii Mart :n of announce.; f"i . peraecul ? ?'?- D| ?A'-.O Itlfa' ? - : - ' ap ? : 'I nu' . \ that 1 . The fails , mal ? mar: - Austria to Kill 16 "Traitors' S - idini ? Bf an ?? ? ?ophiie rropagsnUa in <la: New Governor tor Galicia v S| a, re good day when started with a small glass of Welch's (iced). Serve it as the breakfast fruit course. You will enjoy the change. Welch's ' I N AT/OVAL DfliVK China May Enter War to Wipe Out Boxer Indemnity Negotiations Under Way to Fix Reward Allies Will Allow Empire Labor Sent to France Drowning of Coolies on Liner Athol Brought First U*Boat Protest lookir.,; ? war air ' the Bat? here to-day. a:ui I nixing ward? to be | amour." her. I* is retrar-: tain thai ' prob;?;, fuara- - the re--r ? Facts mach of the obi . month. Or, - ? China an?. - -.bandonment of :-. light upon ' ' I moves !u bl -." ' ' ' ? state ? '? Want? Indemnit?. Remitted na d remisiion of the lemnil which total ove and eoetinn? ?h? war. ? . be repu ? ? The ?um ?uch ai - I ? only cannu" hut are baaed ? ? *? - - ? i am have g have >? tiona. Kntentc .??eek?? ( hi?a? \ I The - are anxio'i? to ha ? not o: ?ne b - ' I Bril man-P' l ? ? for instance, th ll ? "? ?? an netos - There are ah., ?"hi?a who would be ; Dr. Wu Urged War Policy Retiring Foreign Minister Ad? vised Break with Germany i ? ? " ? ' ? ? from the Y | ' ' | Dr. ? rea ? i'.!sh?d. Th? mediate be" ? . : ' and a ? ? ? :n fa ? ? 'mar-.-, and ?AT ? : the war as an a. tion?. Japan and i ? ? ar ruan. - . other pending i??ue? ro nal ? , *?bet? ?-? be made even more ? - ? Posed as German Count. Held as Spy Suspect Had Copies of Telegrams Sent Vanderbilt on Lusitania ?? ? March 2, En ich P.a .r memn . -an count and a lieu? tenant in 'h* ?ierman Reserve?, wa.? ' | I ?lerman ?p'. !!? He n identical with ihn,. received v ? d on re found, or..' ?a. i - ? - e o'her gvna o" I . -ama. The letter? -? Br-nnin. of th? ? - He c?a:? friend of Vander a reason for ha have Congressman Conry Dies at Washington After Long illness Death May Have Important Effect on Sixty-fifth Congress ?enta ?Bf . pita DObl*. jrei g beall it 1 ? ? giilai ? i ? next :: v - ? I, th? ?robablv v. i ? - ? ... I take place there Tu | ? ? ?? . Plot Exposures Halt Pacifists Activities Here Evidence of Aggressiveness Present at Peace So? ciety's Meeting Wadhams Applauded La Follette to Counteract "Patriotic" Sentiment by Columbia Speech l i'on - were ' ithei raerme ? ? | -? j-en ? mu.?t have careful cor. ' i . . . . lliam H. Wadhai an ine The mem h'r? ?nolaude?i Judge WaJhimi h. - ? deciarod : : "tore?' toaos hi ie? ? er t and the We ha :.vidua or gro'in ?all irymg to embarran Mr. Wilaoi r-.t:cal moment." ? -e same ab* ?.eana of . , en enting it erTorti on | -??>eak. . \ i .? i ,.nd on ? i. ? . lelrei togethet to pre? ??? eace Rochester's Crew Cheered By 30.000 in Bordeaux "You Furnish U. S. Answer to German Bluff," Says Mayor tj I'KKIl H riTMIi ? ?ter anchored sa'ei? g en -htfulne?? . i ? -?. ? -. - en wer? tha? came t'onm ? lunche. - them ? V.nenci'" ? | e fre .?*. the ??on. This evening a special per a* arranged ? * 'he ?heitre ? be had in the danger tone which i r that be ?fa? ndet have been declarft.i United State, ?nd Gee? ?->"?' ~~^o<^^ (^ ?=. o ^^; n-ZZZX'KSk+iA lr ?""-hOj--?*?--?Oj-?? ? ? - ey rpoo March Opening Sale Men's Silk Shirts Has riveted the interest of the Men of New York? through sheer superiority of the textures and tailoring and provident consideration of price $3.95 <*>*? This is ?i Sale where opportunity is on call for a prof-t? able purchase tor the future The Shirts are tailored mi heavy Tul? Silks, firm of weave and high in lustre. The) ire patterned in the novelty strip-.- of the ?reason, in color combinations distinctively impressive. \ limited number of ?repe Silk Shirts will make the collection additionally attractive. shirts. In madras and mercerized materials, soft bosomi and ??oft French cuffs. Some with plain or pleated hosoms and stiff cuffs.? $1.10 Pajamas, in heavy dornet flannel and mercerized materials, striped effects.$1.10 Scarfs. Open-end Four-in-hands? in lUki and satins, contrasting colors and self color effects. 75C . - -, Boots for Men Footwear of Style and Service Novelty Boots Lace styles, vsith Tan or Brown Kid or Buckskin tops and vamps of Patent. Dull or Tan leathers . o 1 0.00 "The Crest?n' A Walking Boot made exclusively for Lord & Taylor, in Black Calf and Black kidskin - ? " ? ??> . $7.00 Advance Showing of Men's Spring Suits $20.00 to $40.00 ? ? Lord & Taylor i Hkh Street FIFTH WIM h ^rc-ef " -?'??