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< e eelved lv d later said that Enver B Bey y had not notbe notbeen notbeen
be been n arrested but had arrived safely at atSalonlca atSalonlc atSalonica
Salonlca Salonlc yesterday afternoon afternoonIIEHIND atteroon atteroonIEBIVI afternoonliERIXI
Terrible Ttrble Klemrnt lmlnt ot Danger Uanler In the tle Turk TurkIsh Trk Trko TurkIsti
o Ish Ih Situation SiuatonRule iltuatlonflule Rule of the Soldiery Soldieryg Sldllrl SldllrlCprfil
g Special Cprfil Cattle Cal Despatch to t TH Tua SVv SVvLONDON S1 srxLoNro >
LONDON LOND April prl 17 17The The truth trth about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the situation in Turkey lies le concealed concealedbehind cnceale cncealebehind conccaleibehind
behind the silent Blent wires wlre ire from Salonica SalonicaI Salonlcaad SaIoncaand
I and ad Adrionople Adraople It I reats ret with the great greatbodies greatdeoJ greatbcdeeof
bodies bcdeeof deoJ of troops stationed at those points pointsI pointswhether
I whether the country countr will wi be devastated devastatedby devltate
by one oneoC of the most Ravage civil civi ware war of ofmodern otmodern ofmodern
modern times timesWo timesWe
We hear circumstantial circumltantal reports repor today todaythat todaytht todaythat
that lOOooo Zo men are marching on Con Constantinople Contantnople Conetantinople ¬
stantinople tantnople and that the first ft attack atak will willbe wi willbe
be made This is
b tonight nonsense nonsenseIt nonBenle nonBenleIt
It would require rNuire nearly a month to mas massuch ma massuch
such luch a body of troops troP within striking strikingdistance strking strikingdistance
I distance ditance of th the capital capial oven if the Gov Government Govemm Coyernment ¬
ernment emm nt did nothing to prevent prvent it i and the thewhole thewholE thewhole
whole wholE European uropean army in the provinces provinceswere prvlnce3wer
wer were willing wiing to undertake underake such a move movement movment movemeoL ¬
ment mentU ment meoLIt
It must mUlt bo hedmite h Admitted that the crisis crlsU U Uvery I iiVery
very ery alarming alarminp nnd that considerable considerablebloodshed considerableI considerablebloodshed
I bloodshed in I more than probable though thoughthis thoughthis thoughthis
this i il not likely lkely to take the form to Im of a apitched apitche apitched
pitched pitche battle hatle in the thl streets street of Constanti Constantinople ConBantlnople Constantinople ¬
nople It I is true tre that all al power in Turkey Turkeynow T rkey rkeynow
now rests rsts in the hands of th the military militarynot mltary mltarynot
officers but the rank and file fileAnd fileend
not n tthe the ofcr hit rnk fe feAd
And Ad the peril perl of such a situation litlatlon is obvious obviouswhenit obviouheni obviouswhen
whenit when heni it is remembered rtmembered how ignorant ignoranttAatcl ignorantfsnatksl
5 fanatical tAatcl and 10 irresponsible ir pnslhle Is the Turkish TurkishA Turkishotdier
i r A soldier soldierJn Ildler Ildleri otdierJn
i j > Jn considering considerng how this terrible power poweri
i ia 1 likely lkely to be used use it I is necessary nect8ary to tof toif toexamine
if f t E examine exaine anew the intrigues Intrigue which made madet
t 1 t last lt Tuesdays revolt possible and suo suooessful IUO IUOj euoeessful
j oessful oCul The troops who swept the Coy Qovy GovF Coyernment
y F ernment ermlnt from power are art men of identical identicalympathies identicalf identicalsympathies
f > sympathies with those who are now ei eif exl axI
f t t I pected pte to march against them They Theyaupported Theyluppored Theyiupporteri
> aupported luppored wholeheartedly wholehearely the revolu revoluI revolutionofJuly
1 I tion ton tionofJuly of July It JtistheCommitteeofUnion JtistheCommitteeofUnionand is the Committee Commite of Union Unioni
i and which has changed in
i In Progress per perf peri personnet
i f f sonnet lonel and policy plcy since lnc then not the thei theeolrlel thesoldiers
i soldiers eolrlel who put the committee cmmite in power powert powerThe
l t r The new leaders leder who during their theirexile theiri theirexile
i t exile exie became becme imbued with wih Western Wester ideas ideasmade ideMJ ideMI ideasmade
J made mde the fatal mistake mitke of not taking takingdue t takingdue ing
I due account of the fundamental religious religiousfanaticism relgioua relgiouatantcism religiousfanaticism
I fanaticism tantcism of their countrymen countrmen and soi so soplaced soplaced
i placed In the hands of their enemies the theweapon theweapon
1 l weapon 1epon for or their undoing History bos hB hait bosrepeated
t repeated rpat repeateditseif itself ltel The Theextreme Theextremeand extreme reactionists reactionistsand ractlonlst ractlonlstt
r and the extremeconstitutionalists constitutionalists
t extreme consttutionlsts com combined cm cornbined ¬
bined and made joint use of the in instrument int instrumeni ¬
1 t t strument Itrmen which alone could overthrow overthrowthe overthrowte
the te new newr regime regimeIt r glme gimeit
1 It is i repeatedly rpatdly asserted aesered that the Sultan Sultanwas Sulan Sulanwas Sultanwas
if was the master mind which created the thecombination thecombinton thecombination
combination combinton and that Tuesdays revolt revoltwaa revoltil revoltii
ii il waa wa but the first frt step in his plan for re regaining r regaining ¬
i gaining Jinlng absolute abolute power There may he heome h heI
J I some ame truth trth in this thll It I is i true tre at all al events eventsthat even eventtheplausible eventsthat
that ttheplausible the plausible assertionthat the new newauthorities newauthortes newauthor1ties
authorities authortes were wer undermining the founda foundations foundaJ foundationa ¬
J tions tion ot the Moslem faith raih was wal quite ant sufficient surt antflelent ¬
t v ficient fcent to t toincitowholeaale incite iciewholesle wholesale mutiny mutny and so soit IO soIt
1 it will wi always bo with wih the Mohammedan Mohammedanpopulation slohammedanpopulation
t population ppulaton military miltary or civilian civian It is iscot isnot isnot
that love constitutional 1
not they contitution liberty libertyless lbry i
t i 1 less but that the Moslem losl m faith is IS always alwaysthe I
t the te supreme suprme consideration considerationFurthermore considerton considertonFurherore considerationFurthermore
Furthermore Furherore it is men not measures measureswhich measureswhich
1 which Ithlch count most with the Turkish Turkilh sol soldiery Boldill aoldiefy ¬
diery They have absolute confidence confidenceto confdence
1 9 to INm Nazim Pasha Pisha the new commander commanderCt
j Ct t the tbe Constantinople Cons tnl nople garrison who is isan IsISi Isazi
ISi an a azi ardent arent constitutionalist cOttutlonalst He has hl it ittnhis itij ithis
ij tnhis ths his power pwer to t make an agreement with withths withte withthe
the te leaders leades of the Committee Commitee of Union Unionand Unionand Unionand
> and Progress at Salonica Slonlca and the result resultwould rlult resultwould I
I would b be the complete unification unltcato of the theConstantinople thel thelW theConstantinople
W Constantinople COItmtmople troops trops with the First FIrt and andThird andI andm
I m J Third Thir Army Corps In support of the con constitution cont7 ¬
t7 1 L stitution stitutionCivil atituton atitutoni stitutloni
i i Civil Civi war ar when such an understanding understandingfa undertnding undertndingiJ
iJ fa f so 8 feasible seems 8ems absurd aburd Reports Reportsfrom Repr Reportsi
i f from fm Constantinople Constntinople already affirm afrm that thatuspicion thatlpicon thatispicion
uspicion lpicon ia i taking tking root among amonp Tuesdays Tuesdaysmutineers TuedaYBl Tuesdayssnutineersthatthey
l mutineers 1 snutineersthatthey Uner that tht they have havebeen been humbugged humbuggedand
tr an and they are expressing aversion at atbefng atbeig atv
v I befng beig induced Inducd to play a I political plticl role rleBut r6lei roleBut I
But while whie it would seem to be easy to toavoid tovoid i
i avoid civil cvi war other dangers have hve arisen arisenwhich arisenwhch arisenh1ch
which whch h1ch may well wel arouse aruBe general appre apprehension apprehension apprey ¬ I
> y 1 hension hensionAppeals hensionApJals
3 Appeals ApJals to religious reliplous passions have al alt i iready i
t ready zdY spread 8pl1d through the country cuntry They Theymay TheyJ Theyniay
may mr be mitigated mtgated at their source sourc but not notf notrio
rio f BO I s throughout the still Iti more fanatical fanaticalJ ranatcl ranatclprovincl fanaticalprovinces
J provinces provincl Grave reports repr of massacres massacresj m3SiCreS m3SiCreSY
Y j J t of Christians Chrlstanl are already ilready pouring pourinp in and andI andil
il z I these are likely liely to increase increas Albania Albnia is isin Isili isj
ili > in i j revolt and is demanding autonomy autonomyC autonomThe
C The ambitious ambltouf nnd nd unscrupulous Czar CzarFerdinand C7rl Czarrdinamd
l Ferdinand F rinand rdinamd thinks he sees lees Bulgarias op opportunity optxrtunity ¬
VJ portunity in Macedonia tnrlacdonia The he sandjak Indjak of ofi ort ofNovibazar
t i Novibazar ovlbzr U i in a ferment and a general generalf generalBalkan I
f Balkan Blka n movement where a settlement was wasassured wasassured
I assured n week ago is threatened anew anewThere anewI anewThere
I f i There is no sign yet that any an foreign foreignpower rorlignpwer forrignpower
power pwer had any preknowledge or partioipation 1 larticipation partioi lticik
k pation P ation in the Turkish revolt revol but nil ollhow show showevidence showedene I
1 evidence eiden of deep concern con rn in the possibili possibilities pOl8ihi1 pOl8ihi1J ¬
I ties of the situation sitution The he Britilh British Am Ambassador Ambassador ¬ I Il
J l bassador bldor at St Petersburg PAterburg had a long longconsultation longt
t l rnlulttlon consultation with the Czar yesterday re regarding reIt regarding ¬ I
It garding grding the cooperation coperaton of Russia Hllslu and andi Ind IndEngland andEngland
i England in case cle it become necessary 11lIRllry to toprotect toprotect
0 protect protct foreigners foreigner and the British fleet fleeti fllt flltI fleetatMalta I
I i at atMalta Malta has been ordered ordfrei to be b in instant instantreadiness inlta nt nti
i t readiness rdineSto to sail 8i Sir Edward Grey GreyBritish I Ij If
j f British Britsh Foreign Secretary Hcretary and Ind M 1 Piclion P Piclionthe cho1 cho1the I Ithe I
the French Minister of Foreign For ign Affairs Affuirnj airl
F j r have hve returned to their posts from rrOI their theirI theirEater
I f Eater Ester holidays holdays and every ever preparation preparationJ I It
J t t if > I being made for all al eventualities eventualitiest eventualtes eventualtest
l t t The necessity necssity for foreign interference interferenceI i ioud
I would oud come cme at a peculiarly pcularly awkward I IJ II
J i I moment AustroGerman ambition in inv inthe
v the direction diecton of Salonica Sllonlc is the bugbear bugbearf bugbearoftbesituation I
f of othe oftbesituation the situation Iltua tion Any AnyparalysiaofTurkey AnyparalysiaofTurkeybyinternal paralysis pralysis of Turkey Turk ey eyby
f 5 by byinternal internal iteral dissension would create a arare ar arare
r rare rre opportunity opprtunity which would hardly be bej beI beallowed
j allowed alowed to slip slp Russia after ater her humilia humiliat hum humiliation la lation
t I tion three thee weeks weeks ago by Germany would wouldremain wouldrmi wouldremain
remain rmi impotent Imptsnt France Frnce feels teel that she shef he her
f must avoid war aV a the present moment momentunder momentI momenturiderall
I under uriderall all al circumstances crcumstncs and thepusillani thepusillanimous the pusiani pusianif pusillani pusillanimous
mous mousGovernment Government of England would not nott notlght notht
t f fight lght ht to t avert any change in the map of ofEurope orr oft
t Europe EuropeAll Europ
j r r All Al these thele considerations cneideratons arise aris from the thealmost thet
t 1 almost bloodless bloodlel8 mutiny mutny of 20000 OO troops troopson
i on the shores of the Bosporus last Tues Tuesday Tuesday ¬ I
14 day dayPrime dy
Prime Minister MlniUr Asquith ASlulh said sid today todaythat
I that tht the new Turkish Turkllh Cabinet had assured asured asuredFngland assuredEngland
I England Fngland that it means mens to adhere adher strictly strictlyJ
It J to the Constitution Conltlulon Great Britain re replied reY replied ¬
Y t plied pliedWe phedi
i We note not th the insurance uurnce with wih cordial cordialsatisfaction cordil cordilmtsracton cordialsatisfaction
satisfaction Our Ou desire is to
mtsracton OUI only il fee feethe fef seethe
f the Turkish Government Goverment carry crr out a apolcy apolicy apolicy
policy of reforru ref or and anr good soernment soernmentThe lovlrnment lovlrnmentI oernmentt
I t The Premier Pr mir added adrer that the regime regimeinaugurated r rigImelnaugirated
inaugurated Inaullllter last summer means plme plmeInaullllter the thesubstitution thef
f c substitution 8ubftihllon of honesty honeRy for corruption corruptiontoleration corruptiontl corruptiontoleratton
tl toleration toeraton lor intolerance Itolernc and ordered orderedfreedom orpred orpredtreedom orderedfreedom
freedom and justice jw tice for the arbitrary arbitraryiS arbltrar arbitrarycaprices
iS t 1 caprices of despotism If I it turnc aside aeidofrom atid atidfrcm asideh
h frcm these lines Imp British Bnth II sympathy will willbe willi
r be alienated alienatedDARK alena alienatedDARK ted tedDARK wi
DARK DARK III 1U01S MOHS FROM AltANA AltANAStory HIl HIlltory 4 1tN1tor3
Story ltory tor3 That Tat Tao Amrrtrnnn prlenn Are 11 Among Amongthe AmongI monr
i I We Slain Iteprnlnl 1 IIPnlpdIlr Tire anil anl Mnmacrr MnsarrercI1 Mnmacrrf a lrr lrrt
t f Tccfit 01 ifiir t tvpntch Ilo1rh > to Trip Tn MiTe MiTeATtSENC SITNj I
j ATFIENH ATRENI April pri 17 17Jepatche 17Deepatches Deopatche from fromMersina rromrerlin fromidersina
Mersina rerlin ind nr Constantinople o tantnple stat tats tt that that1theChlltal thatthaChristian
1 1theChlltal theChristian victim Ie Inf of f thi th Motlam lo lm iims iimsj II nasI
r j fiacres Mee at Adana Acan number m1mhlr 2000 O ooo oooTbohoU5esofChrtstiatts
i I Tho TbehoueesofChrilllUI TbohoU5esofChrtstiatts houses of Christians at Adana Adna Adanaeen have bve bveben
I burned burnedi
toeeo ben een bure bureI
i I 5 There Ther ie 1 a a similar liiar state et of affairs atais at atI atJ
J i
T TanU Tarsus ru a town tWD between beD Adana Ada and M Me Mer Mersins r rioa
sins Ion A pnlo pnloprevls panioprevaila prevails among the Chris Christians Chis Chistana Christians ¬
tana tians at Menina Menln and there ia i a a general generaldemand genel geneldemnd generaldemand
demand demnd for tho protection prtcion of foreign foreignwarships forlgQwareblp foreignwarships
wareblp warships delay dely in the sending lending ot which whichmay 1bloh 1blohmay whlohmay
may have hve most disastrous dlMstroul consequences consequencesBSRLIN cnsuenc consequencesBERWN
BERLIN April Apri 17 1The 17The The Adana Adana car correspondent cr crrepndent carrespondent ¬
respondent repndent of the Lokalanzeiger Lkalanzier says saysthat By aaysthat
that according aorlng to the most mOt conserva conservative cnerva cnervatve conservatlve ¬
tive tve estimates etlmate the victims victms of the mas massacres ml mllacre maasacres ¬
sacres lacre there number numbereverl numberseveral several hundreds hundredsThe hundrs hundrsfhe
The correspondent confirms cnfrl the report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that Capt 0 H I M DoughtyWylla DoughtyWyllaBritish Doughty Wyle WyleBrtlfh
British Brtlfh ViceConsul VicConsul at Mereina Merina who had hadgone hadgone hadgone
gone to Adana was WI wounded wounde In the arm armin Irm IrmIn armin
in that citjr olty while wble endeavoring to stop the thefighting thefghtng thefighting
fighting fghtng between the Moslems Mo lema and the theArmenians IheArmenlal theArmenians
Armenians Armenlal Apparently Apparnty the correspond correspondent cOlespond cOlespondent ¬
ent saysthe Bays the Armenians defended detend them themselvesbut themIeebut themseIeebut
selvesbut Ieebut it is presumed that they were weredriven weredriven weredriven
driven out of their houses hou e by fire nreThere tre treThere fireThere
There is I no news of tho fate of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American missionaries missionariesThree mi missionariesThree lonarle
Three Thre hundred hundre Moslems armed with withrifles withrife withrifles
rifles rife left Adana today for Tarsus Tar8 by bytrain bytrain bytraIn
train Since then communication cmmunication with withTarsus wih wihTarus withTarsus
Tarsus Tarus has ba been ben interrupted interruptedPARIS
f PARIS April Apri 17 17A A despatch to the Petit PttilPansien PditPalilitn PetitI
I I Pansien from Adana that the
Palilitn om says 1YB mas massacre massacro ¬
Isacrn sacre of Christians Chrlltlans continued throughout throughoutyesterday throughoutYleterday throughoutyesterday
yesterday and was Vl renewed renwe with ih fury furytoday rlrytoday furytoday
today There were a great many vic victims viotlma vietlm8 ¬
tims The regular troops trop stationed statione at atAdana atAdanR atAdana
Adana are pillaging piaging and burning houses housesThe houBI housesTho
The Ihe Petit Pari Parisie Pariaieiza ienn correspondent reaf reaffirms reatfrs reaffirms ¬
firms frs yesterdays news of the killing kiing of oftwo ottwo oftwo
two American missionaries mflslonarle The 1e foreign foreignConsuls toreignI foreignConsuls
Consuls are demanding the sending of offoreign ottoreign offoreign
I foreign warships walhlp for the protection of ofthe orthe ofthe
the people pople of their respective repectve nations nationsALTA nationsI nationsIALTA
MALTA ALTA April Aprl 17 17A A British squadron squadronhas luadron luadronhI
I has hI been ben ordered orered to t hold itself in readi readiness readiness I Ine ¬
ness ne to sail si for Turkish waters watersGROWS wateraI watersnrnrs
GROWS WHRSE n IN TURKEY TURKEYAmbassador TtRlEr TtRlErmbaaador TLIfI114nhtaudor
Ambassador mbaaador Irishmans HrporH Rtprts Vague Vaicucbut Vaguebut asue asuebut
but Alarming AlarlnlNo AlarmIngso No Word Prom Fom Adana AdanaWASHINOTOX AdinaWASnl AdanaVAsnxNoio
WASHINOTOX WASnl OTN April priI7A 17 17A A desptach to tothe tothe tothe
the State Department Deprtment from Mr 11 Leish Leishman Leishman Leishman
man the American Americn Ambassador Ambllador at Con Constantinople ConItantinopll Constantinople ¬
stantinople Itantinopll indicates Indict that the situation situationin 81tu3 tion tionIn
in Turkey is getting geting worse wore The Tht message messagereceived me messagereceived age I Irecived I I
received recived nt the Department this thi after afternoon afternon afternoon ¬
noon non says YS that telegraphic telegaphio communica communication cmmunica cmmunication ¬
tion with wih the Asiatic provinces U i badly badlyinterrupted badlyIntern1pte badlyInterrupted
interrupted interruptedThe Intern1pte
The embassy embsy has ha received recived no report reportfrom reporttrom reportfrom
from the ViceConsul VicConsit at Moraine Ierlna who was wassent waeent wassent
sent to Adana to get facts concerning concring concerningthe I Ithe i ithe I I
the report that two American Americn mission missionaries mlsslonarle missionarise ¬
aries arle had been bn killed kifd there ther The im impresion irapresalon j i i
presion in i Constantinople COltatnople is 1 that there thereIs I Iis I
is serious trouble in that quarter and in insurounding Insurrounding I Isurrounding
surrounding towns t OWl including Tarsus TarmiaThe Tarul TarsusThe
The embassy tmbaslY ha hB emphasized to the theTurkfah theurklih theFurkisIi
Turkfah urklih Government Ooverment the necessity necity of ofaffording oraforing ofaffordingAmericai
affording aforing affordingAmericai American Americn in the trouble truble zone zoneample zoneample oneample
ample protection protectionThe protecton protectonThe
The English Enllh and French Frnch Governments Governmentsit Govermentl
it i is believed beleved here have sent lent warships warshipsto warhiJ
to Mersina lerlna The Government here her has hasnot ha hasnot I Inot
not considered cnider the matter mater of sending sendingan
an American warship to the scene sceneA cne cneA
A telegram telegrm was received receive at the State StateDepartment State1epartment State1epartment
Department 1epartment tonight from Ambassador AmbassadorLeishman AmbaBMdorlellhmn AmbassadorLeishman
Leishman lellhmn at Constantinople stating that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the excesses excese of the troops troop have greatly greatlydiminished greatlydlminilhe greatlydiminished
diminished dlminilhe but that the population populaton re remains remains remains ¬
mains rather terror stricken strickenThere strlceen strickenThere I
There are conflicting conlictlng reports reprtB at Con Constantinople constntnople Constantinople ¬
stantinople stntnople the Ambassador Ambasldor states state but butvery butver hutvery
very ver serious srious trouble is thought quite quitepossible QuiteJ8lble ulte ultepossible
possible J8lble It I is believed beleve however that thatthe thatthe I
the developments of the next few days daysshould daysshould daysshould
should greatly clear the situation situationCHAlNCEY eituatlol
grety cer I
I Actors Chauffeur Chaufeur Arrested Arrt tll for GolnnToo GolnnTooFast Golnl GoInToof To ToIf
If f f Fast Fa as In Wllllamilmrc Wllllamilmrcf llamlburl I II <
An n automobile aufomobie containing < Ohaiincey OhaiinceyOlcott ChalinceyOlcott hau ncy ncyOlcott
I Olcott the actor and operated oprated by Harry HarryCondon Harr HarryCondon
I Condon who lives IVfS at the Hotel Bayard Bayardwas I Iwas I I
was pursued nearly a mile mie in the Bedford Bedfordavenue Bdrord BdrordI l3edrordavenue
avenue section scton of Wilamebll WillIamsbi Villiamsbiirgearly early yes yesterday yesterday yesterday
I terday morning moring by Motor MotorCyEFe Cycle Cy Policeman PolicemanMills Polcman PolcmanMi PolicemanMills
Mills MillsOlcott Mi MillsOlcott
Olcott who had been ben playing at at the theMajestic j I
i Majestic Theatre Brooklyn left the thetheatre I Itheatre
theatre shortly shorty before btor midnight to come comein comein
in an auto to this borough Milln fl think thinking thinking thinking ¬ I
ing the car lar was WI going faster ralter than tbn the law lawallows lawallows I
allows alowl pursued from Heyward street Rtr t to tothe tothe I Ithe
the fountain at Division avenue aenut where wherehe whlr i ihe
he caught cal ht it itThe it itThe
I The Thl car with its it occupants wan a taken takento talen talento
to the Clymer street Itreet police Jhc station Itation where whereOlcott whereOlcott whereOlcott
Olcott put up S100 110 104 cash calh bail hni for the thechauffeur thechaufeur thechauffeit
chauffeur chauffeurOlcott chaufeur chaufeurOlcot r rOlcott
Olcott Olcot was AH not in the Bedford Bdrord avenue avenuepolice 8venuepolic avenuepolice
police polic courtycBterday court yesterday eaterdy when whPI Condon was wasarraigned wasarraigned >
arraigned Magistrate OKeilly OReily held him himin himin iiiiin I
in I50 Ml hail hui pending pnring a hearing hearingWilliam hearingWilliam
I William Wilam Haines a chauffeur chaureul who lives liveslit eR eRlt
lit lt 510 51 Amsterdam Amet rdam avenue was arrested arrewledfor
for speeding in Central Park yesterday yesterdaywhile yestlrdaywhie
while whie taking a I joy ride in an IH automo automobile Kutomohil autoniohit ¬
bile hil hit owned by b G A W Alden of 29 9H 9 Hidge Hidgewood Iticigewood IAf
wood avenue White Whie Plains Plainl Flames in it a afriond arrind afrind
friond of Mr Aldens chauffeur chauffeurIn chaurpur chaurpurIn
In th the iorkle orkville court the prisoner
said he would plead to a charge of vio violating yb ybIatin 10 10Jatlnl ¬
lating Iatin a park ordinance but hil not to one oneof ont oneof
of Jatlnl violating a State law lw He said that thatformer thatfrmer thatfernwr
former frmer Magistrate Flummer on behalf hehulfof
of automomlistfl autolohilstJ is il going to I test testin feRtIn testin
in court the right of the police to prose prosecute prosecute 1OHe 1OHecute ¬
cute under miner the State law the operators operatorsarrested o operatorsarrested rator ratorarested
arrested arested in the public publo parks Iniler Inilerthe tnrberthe lder lderthe
the nark ordinance an offender oendlr may he herlnnu hetn liet1nd
rlnnu tn not 10t exceeding Sin ll The State Stal law lawinflicts lawll lawiflflietM
inflicts ll c a severer severtr penalty penalv Magistrate MagistrateCorrigan 1laii Magistrateorrigatl tmtl
Corrigan orrlgal said sid that the th coinnlaiiil against againstHuineN KnlnltHalnel agahlistIlalnes
HuineN Halnel was as under the State law a and anl would wouldHtand wouldItuld wouiliistatiil
Htand Ituld H le lie held the man lal in Sitwi t 1 < xi I bail mi I for forrial IHI IHItrial tortrial
trial trial trialIl trialII4 rialREACH
REACH Il II4 11 IIARllSSSECOn I ROUSC Tilt 111 111niI 7IIlIL 7IIlILtile IL ILOne
One niI of lilt 111 III Thirteen Tirteen Attorney torne mil 11 lie 1f a aWoman aWoman aWoman
Woman Mrs lrl lr tVm n A YomiK YomiKJACKSON 10011gJAcKso 001 001JACK
JACKSON JACK < OS Ky April Apri 17 lifWhen When hen the thesecond theeecond thesecond
second trial of Beach Bach Margin charged chargedwith chargedwib chargedwith
with wib the murder of his hil father Judge Judgelames JudgeJames Judgelames
lames Hargia UarglO U i called caled at Rrvine Erine Ky Kynext KyneJ Kynext
next neJ t Monday one of the thirteen at attorneys attorey attorneys ¬
torneys for the defence will wi be b a I woman womanMr womanMrH womanMrs
Mr William Wiliam A Young Her husband husbandwho hUllJand hUllJandwho husbandwho
who was one ole of the attorneys nlorneya who secured securedthe tcured tcuredthe
the acquittal acquital of Eugene Gardner lardner In Han HanFrancisco ianFrancisco an I
Francisco for the murder of
Jrancisco a negro negrowill negr negrowill
will wi also act for the defence which will willbe wil willbe
be b directed by I filed nied States Senator SenatorW Snator SnatorW
W v O Bradley Thin flii hll will wil be the first firsttime Irst Irsttime firsttime
time a woman attorney atorey has appeared appearedin I
I in an important Imprtant rnco ca in Kentucky Kentcky
Hargis Hrgis has at hiH command ItOO 40000 40000for 40000for
for Ilia defence derenc Thil Ibis includes all al his hismothers hismotherB hismothers
mothers part prt of the state left lef by the theparent theparent
parent whom he killed kiled ns le well wel as hi his own ownshare ownshare
share shar His Ila sister Mrs Mrf Evelyn Hogg Hoggnow logg loggnow
now has hal a suit ult pending pnding in which her hermother hermother hermother
mother is I defendant to prevent nil 11 the themoney themoney themoney
money of the estate eltt being I inp used IRed to d defricl defriclthe l ff11 ff11the fiiil fiiilthe
the young man manITALIAN manIT414 man1T4LI4N
ITALIAN SHOOTS fl Il Illli p1i p1iKills K KKills
Kills lli IllOWIfe Ilff and Her Slater and andThree olnd olndThrte eunils eunilsThree
Three Others oherlTwo OthersTWO Two May I llle llleGINEV II IleGazv I I
GINEV IiSE K Y April 17 The h worst of ofa ora ofa
a series rie of murders murder in Inthe the Ita Ialian ltaian Man ooony coonywhlch ooonyhlch ooonywhIch
whIch have baffled bafe the police polce for over overtwo overtwo overtwo
two years vearl came tonight when Rocco UoccoMnndnzzl Roccolandazzl RoccoMandazzl
Mnndnzzl landazzl ran rn amuck and killed kild hm hi wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and her sister Mrs Ir Seraflno Serafno Dufcllice Dufclliceshot Dtfel Defelliceshot e eehot
shot Patsy PI Y Halletti naleti three limns tme in the thechunt theChClt thochest
chest ChClt wounded wounde Defellice Derelce in the thp head heidand headand I Iand
and the daughter daulhtr of Defellice Detelic in the wrist wristUefellice wristDefelicf wristDefellice
Uefellice Defelicf and Rallettl Haletl may not live Man MandazTl Ianda771 landaizi
dazTl da771 made his hil escape escapeThe escapeThe
The he tragedy trapedy elcnp occurred in Mandai Mandaihouse Mitndazishouse lndazzit
house and appears appeal to have havf been hen prompted promptedbv prorptldv
bv v a family faml quarrel quarrel A baby that thlt wan in
Mrs Ir MamlaxzlA landazzll lap Ip when she Mh wan waf shot shotthrough shot shotthrough
through tbrou h the tht mouth 10uth meeting reetnl instant instantdeath Intantdeath instantdeath
death escan escaped d injury except exclpl for pomn pomnburns somhums om ombums
burns from being hin thrown thr wn against IlainRt n 1 stove stoveThe UnV StoveThe
The police polcf had hlr not 10t found flml Mniifln Iundazi ip 11 11to I I
to midnight and anr sent out a general pneralllnn a ninrin ninrinto in on onlo
to the pollen p of the upState upStatf cities otie Thn Thnlast lhA lhAlalt lhnlast
last lalt murder murrtr in the Italian Ialan district distrctocourre occurred occurredjust occurredJust j
just a week wek ag aa o
MALLY U UI OPENED OPENEDPresident OIlVEIPresident 1 1Prflldrnt
President Prflldrnt and Mrs lrl Tart Join oin the Crowd Crowdof rodf
of f Vehicle Riding Rdlnl In One or the White WhiteHouse ntte ntte10ute b1tehouse
House 10ute Touring CarsConcert Carloncert Given Givenby Give Givenby
by I the Philippine Ihlppine Constabulary onltltmlary Hand HandWASHINGTON nandWARRINOTOS BandWAHH1NaTO4
WASHINGTON April Apri 1 IThe The new and andbeautiful andhPutful andbeautiful
beautiful hPutful Potomac Park the broad brod site siteof siteor siteof
of which is the low area area lying south and andwest andwest andwest
west of the Washington Monument on onthe onI onthe
the north norh hank hnk of the Potomac River was wasestablished wal walestablehed wasestablished
I established establehed this afternoon aferoon as an outdoor outdoorsocial outdoorsocial outdoorsocial
social centre Official Ofcial and fashionable fashionableWashington tashionableWashington fashionableWashIngton
Washington dedicated the ground grund by byturning byturing byturning
turning out for a grand promenade in incarriages
I carriages carriage on horseback hgreback and on toot but butespecially hutespeclaly butespecially
especially especlaly In carriages The occasion occasionmarked occasionmarled occasionmarked
marked the inauguration of a new custom customat
marled inauguraton
at the capital capitalTwo capitl capitlTw capitalTwd
Two weeks weks ago it was WI announced announce that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Unie United States State Marine Band and other othermilitary othermiltar othermilitary
military miltar musical organizations of Wash Washington Wlh WlhIngton Washlngton ¬
ington would give semiweekly concerts concertsnear concers concersnPr concertsnear
near nPr the Speedway in Potomao Park IParkand SParkand Parkand
and that on the occasion occaqmn of the first frt con concert concer concert ¬ I
cert cer the President and Mrs Mr Taft would woulddrive woulddrive woulddrive
drive over the Speedway In a carriage carriageThe criage criageThe
The erection recton of a pavilion pvion for the band bandwas bnd bndwa bandwas
was wa begun begn immediately the Speedway Speedwaywas Speeway SpeewayWI
was WI put in first frt rate condition the polo polofield polofeld polofield
field feld was prepared prepare for the tl activities actvlte of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the spring sprng season Sla90n and the long and wind windingbridle windIngbridle windlag
ingbridle lag bridle pathwaslimproved path waeimproved forthebenofit forthebenofitof forthebncft forthebncftor for thebenofitof
of Washingtons manu horsemen and andhorsewomen andhorswomen andhorsewomen
horsewomen horswomen The word went out that thatit
it was prepared prepred to make ofthe ofhe Speedway Speedwayand Spedwayand
and its environs a sort of American Hyde Hydepark Hydepark Hydepark
park or lunottn IunettaThe idinettaThe lunottnThe
The weather today was auspicious for forthe torthe forthe
the formal dedication dedication of Potomac Park Parkand Parkand Parkand
and long lonp before 4 P M 1 when the music musicwas
was to begin hejin several hundred hundrd vehicles vehicleshad vehicle
had entered the wide esplanade The ThePresident ThePresident ThePresident
President and Mrs Mr Taft Tar entered the theSpeedway theSpdway theSpeedway
Speedway Spdway at about 530 oclock ocock and by bythat bythat bythat
that time the course coure was crowded with withvehicles withvehicles
vehicles vehlcel of every ever description descripton including
horse hore drawn drwn victories vlcorlM and landaus elec electric electric electric ¬
tric nnd gasolene motor cars cal taxicabs taxicabsand
and nearly every ever type of carriage except exceptthe excptthe
the bigsightseeing higll hteing chariots from which whichtourists whichtourlst whichtourists
tourists tourlst view the sights of the national nationalcapital nationalcapital nationalcapital
capital capital The rubberneck wagons were werebarred werebarred worebarred
barred barredIn
In the meantime mpantme although altholJ h the extreme
southeastern 80utheaster side of the ellipitical ellpiicl park parkwhore prk prkwhere parkwhore
whore the band was wal playing is about aboutmie a amile
mile mie from Pennsylvania avenue as B the therod theroad
road rod runs and is remote from any street streetcar stret stretcr
car cr line lne a great grat number of pedestrians pedestrianshad
had n arrived rri rhld veil By 0 oclock it was estimated estimatedthat etimatd etimatdthat
that 5000 50 people who wlo did not ride in inchaises Inchaie inchaises
chaises but went went on foot tot had gathered gatheredon
on the southeastern Routheatem side of o the great greatpleasureground grat gratpltasurground greatpleasureground
pleasureground near nlar the river riverTen riverTen riverTen
Ten or twelve craw amI officers ofcr and well wellknown wel wellknown
known clubmen in Washington played playedpolo playe playedpolo
polo on the fine oval around which curves curvesthe curvesthe
plo fne clree clreetie
the tie Speedway Spway The music today tday was WI by bythe bythe bythe
the Philippine Phippine Constabulary Conatabular Band hut butcomparatively hutcompartvolr hutcomparatively
comparatively compartvolr few present prfnt heard pam it for forthe rorthe forthe
the noise of motor cars cr was WB inoeasauit inoeasauitThe inc t tThe
The crush cnsh of vehicles vehicJe was greatest Iretest at at n noclock I 0oclock
oclock By that hour it was Wa nest to t im impossible ImpOlfible irapossible ¬
possible tohire to hire a carriage cariage at any livery liverystable Iher liverystable
stable cab ch stand Itand or garage gare in town townA twn twnA
A good goo many man persons who own motor motorcars motorcal motorcars
cars cal turned lurld out pron today In horse hore drawn drawnvehicles drawnvehicles drawnvehicles
vehicles the impression impnHion Deeming to be bethat beIhat hethat
that these were wer better oter bettersiiited united luled to the stately statelyfashion st3telyrnlhion statelyfashion
fashion rnlhion of a Hyde Park and Rotten How HowPresident HowPrlidlnt 110wPresident
President Prlidlnt Taft ar however en couragod curgo the thenmotortsts thenmotorit thenmotorists
nmotortsts by riding ricng in one of the White WhiteHouse Whie WhieHoue WhiteHouse
House touring tourinl cars car Mrs l Taft Tar occupied occupiedthe ocupie
the seat eat beside bido him and they passed Pa e twice twiceover tice ticeover twiceover
over the length of the speedway speedwayThe spdway spdwayThe
The fashionable parade passed in a adouble adouble adouble
double line lne of vehicles vehlcee moving in opposite oppositedirections opposit oppositedirectious
directions dirctloos The Tl vehicles vehices moved slowly slowlyto
to avoid collision collelon and policemen polcmen of the thebicycle thehlccle thebicycle
bicycle squad suad who were wor stationed statoned at atintervals utintervall atintervals
intervals intervall of u I few yards along the Speed Speedway Speedway
way insisted that the rules of the Sp road roadlie rod rodbt roadbe
lie bt observed oh obse rved rv 01 Some of these thes officers officersseeing ofcr omeersseeing
seeing 8fjn that the Presidents Prlsidents carriage camafe was wasmaking W wasmaking I
making makinl slow progr progr w urged the ProM Prli Prlident ProMdent
dent to avail aal himself himslf of a special B ial privilege privilegeby privileg
by taking the middle midrlf of the road rod and andhurrying andhurrlnl andhurrying
hurrying hurrlnl on toward towar the band bnd pvilon pvilonIr pavillionMrTaftatflrst pavillion pavillionMr
Mr MrTaftatflrst Ir Taft Taf at first frt declined delne to t do so but butsoon butMOi butsoon
soon MOi afterward nrterard accepted acpte the suggestion suggestionHe I IHe tHe
He w as constantly cntanty saluted slut by persons personsseated personsseated
seated set in the passing in vehicles and pronsj he hereturned heretured hereturned
returned retured the salutes Mlut ps by by raising his hi hat hatand ht htand hatand
and smiling minl To 10 many persons eroons onl he recog recognized re recogfixed ¬
fixed nize as 1 friends or acquaintances ICualntanc the thePresident thePr thePresident I
President Pr ident spoke a cordial crdial good goo after afternoon afer afernool afternooti ¬
noon Four secret service servic men rode rodenear rodenear
nool roe roenear
near him and two bicycle licycle policemen policemenrode polcmen I
rode close e behind his hlllotor motor car carWhen carVhen < r rWhen
rop When co the President Preiden and his wife wifereached wltereache wifereached
reached that part of the Speedway which whichIH whichit
reache Sreeway
IH it nearest nearet the bandstand bandstan a crowd of ofseveral orleeral otseveral I Iward
several thousand for forward forward
leeral persons perols pressed ¬
ward and applauded applaude him by llrese y clapping clappingof cappingof
of hand Scores ores of photographers photographersdodged photographer photographersdodged
dodged in and out among the passing passingvehicleH palingeilcl passingvehicles
dofe vehicles eilcl taking snapshots ImaphotB at notable notablopersons notablepersons t
persons perons including the President Preldent At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the bandstand Mr 11 lr and Mrs 11 Taft were weregreeted werefretll weretreeted
greeted by h Cob Spencer S Cosby Super SuperI Superintendent I Imtendent
mtendent fretll atendent of Public Ruildings and andGrounds andGrunds andGrounds
Grounds Grunds and anr Capt apt Archibald W Butti Buttimilitary But Butt I Imiltary imilitary
military miltary aide to the President Preident Both Bothofficers i iofficers foUcerl
officers oUcerl were wert attired atirli in civilian civian dress dressTlie dres dresnw dressThe
The Presidents PrtIldent carriage proceeded proe from fromthe rrm rrmthn fromthe <
the nnvitinri nalon alonir aloll the north side nf the
I polo iboflekt ofdandthenceio fWJ and thence to thiWhite the White lde House Housereaching l Housereaching llse llsereaching I
reaching there shortly before 7 oclock oclockThe oclok oclokhe oclockflie
The he next concert on the Speedway will willbe willbe
nlxt wil
be given glvetnext next Wednesday when it is il pre preturned prosiamed i Islmed
turned slmed the funliionable raHhionlhle pa pardA rude will wi be re repeated repeateI ¬
peated pated The weather conditions today todaywer I Iwere j
were perfect the sun 011 shining brightly hrghty hrghtyand brightlycr111 I Iand
and the temperature lemprture decidedly warm wormPROTESTED warmWTlrE warmIIf1FST1lI I
PROTESTED IICTlKES IICT RES HEM ImnHV ImnHV1llhlr 1V 1Vlll 1 1V 1VEliiiiinrst
1llhlr Eliiiiinrst t lll Ihrar Library > rar > Trustee Trlltll1 Ignore Inorc Plea Pleaof Plfa Plfaof Picaor
of n U C T 1 I suit anl Purity Iurl league leagueTho l lsagiriliose allr allrThose
Tho Those > > e pictures of scantily al8ltll clad statues statueHAc Rtatuet
Ac lc in the Ih public publc library lbrarr at t Klmhurst KlmhurstQueens FlnhurMt FlnhurMtQueen ElrnliuistQueens
Queens borough borou h against o ja int the exhibition exhibitionof exhibiton exhibitonof
of which warm protests were made by bytho Ivthe bythe
the W V C T 1 I I and the Purity Puriy League Leagueare Lag
are MHI nti there The protests were per permitted permitted ¬
mitted mited to Dimmer Ilmmer pending pnding the meeting meetingof meetng meetngor pr prmited
of the library lbrary trustees trustel scheduled Icheduler for forlast forImt forinst
last Friday evening The meeting meting was washeld wa washeld
held then and about everything but butthose butthoe butthose
those pictures wan WI discussed dilcad everythinl There Therewas fherewal 1herewas
was wal no mention direct or Indirect of the thecontroversy thecontroert thecontroversy
Among the trustee trustoH present were wereFrederick wer wereFrederick
Frederick Frderick W V Mar Iar principal prncipl of Public PublicSchool Publo PubloHchool PublicSchool
School 25 2 in l Lafayette LlfayeU avenue Brook Brooklyn BrookIvn Brooklvn ¬
lyn and a resident of Richmond tcunoud Hill Hillthe Hi Hilt
the iheRev Rev J 1 S N Demurest pastor of the theHrrormed theItrformed
Rrformed Church at Queens QuenA and Dr DrHarris DrHarril DrHarris
Harris Harril A Houghton of BaySide BaySideAfter BaySideAfter
After Arer the tht meeting metng Dr Houghton aMp
in answer to an inquiry that he had read readof
of the protests > made by the W V C T U Uand Uad Uand
and ad the Purity League Lgue but that nothing nothingofficial nothingofcal nothingofficial
official ofcal in the way of a 1 protest proteBt had been beenreceived bn beenreceived I
received recived by the thetrusts trustees Mr Mar said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the pictures on exhibition in the Elmhurst Elmhuratlibrary Elmhurstlbrarv Elmimrstlibrary
library lbrarv were recognized recgnizd works of art artthat artthat artthat
that there was wal nothing n ihlng improper impropr about aboutthem aboutthem aboutthem
them and that the library trustees tnJBtes did didnot didnot didnot
not propose propos to change chnRe their plans for forcontinuing torcntnuing forcontinuing
continuing cntnuing the exhibition exhibitionIt exhibitionI
It I is understood undereto that the W C T U Uand Uand Uariil
and the members memberl of the Purity Purty League Leaguewill Leaguewil
will wil seek sek the aid of the courts court in their theirlight theirflht theirFight
light flht to have the th pictures plcture removed main maintaining maintaming ¬ I
taining that they are hurtful hurtul to the morals morall moralsit j I
< it f the children chidren who see le them thems themtss t tv 1
Mrs > lrs llprlxrt Irrhlrt I 14 Pratt Prat the Only Onl New NewIHreetor NenUlrrllorllnolt NewDlrecbor
IHreetor Ulrrllorllnolt Deficit BII3SO BII3SOMINFOLA 1 1 1380 1380IFOL I3S0M1NEot
MINFOLA IFOL L I I April Apri 17 17At At a meeting meetingof motinK motinKof
of the Nassau aRau Hospital Hospltl Association held heldin
in the Nassau n eal Hospital Hospitl today the old
hoard of directors dlrectol were reflected rolectd consist consisting cnlit cnliting consisting ¬
ing of Mrs lr O II I P Belmont Mrs Mr H H HCammann HCammann HCammann
Cammann Mrs I John Lewis Childs ChldB Mrs MrsJames Mr MrsJames
James R Willets Wilet iliets Mrs Ir William Wl lm H Za Zabriskio Z Zabriskio
briskio Thomas W V Alderaon Alderon E D Mor Morgan Morgan Morgan ¬
gan and G 1 Byron Lntimer LntimerMrs Latmer LatlmerMrs
Mrs 11 Herbert Ierhrt L I Pratt Prtt was Wa elected flected to toserv toIerv toserve
serve Ierv ns IA a director dlrctr in II the th place plCp of Mrs MrsPhilander MrsPhilanderR
Philander Phlandfr R I JennrtiRs JtnnfR resigned rtiged her term termto
to expire Axpirl in nil 11 1llTh I II
I Tho 1h Th report of th the tonur tolr r Thomas V I IAl
Ab Al tttsin rM > n showed shlcr ha Ia tlio deficit delc t tins tinsycir I Iytir
ycir ii Otl jrilir riI jli SIIII i > in II j u an 1 attempt ttlmpt to toraise tl toraise
raise 873000 sm Th0O to pay for and maintain maitlin the theservice theBerlc theservice
service Berlc building buiding py which was wa built buit last latyer latyerId year yearand yearand thl11
and Id cost cat JWOOO SWO S 5ilUOi 514L 11g was Wa wa obtained ob obr obta Lrsd Lrsdj
j r 1
1 1Tile
The e Arnauto Amaute Brother Brethe Caa CaulhtNew CaulhtNewPolee CaulhtNewPollee ht New NewPolice
Police Polee Force FOneaule ForeeCaules Cauie of Outbreak OutbreakSpecial Otbreak Otbreakle Outbreaktpce4ai
Special < le < al Cabin Cab ntipatcH nlpael to TaB SUN SUNHAVANA SI Sc ScHAvANA
HAVANA and andhis andhis andhis
April Apri 17 1Rlcro 17RicardoAruauto Ricardo Arnauto Amuto
his brother who are under indictment for forrobbing torrobbin forrobbing
robbing robbin I a valise valse belonging to Felipe Felpe CU CUneros Ci CIaneros
neros now under arrest for attempting attemptingto attmptng attmptngto
to kill ki erQov Nunez of private papers paperscompromising pper paperscompromIsing
compromising Nunez were wer captured to today t today ¬
day and lodged in jail jai bail bi being bing refused refusedRicardo retueedRicrdo refusedRicardo
Ricardo Ricrdo Arnauto Araut has hal been the actual head headof hed hedot
of the secret scret police polc and it i ltwaswhlle was WI while whie acting actingin aotng aotngin
in that capacity cpcity that he obtained the thepapers thepper thepapers
papers pper in question questionThe t1ueton t1uetonThe
The Secretaries Seoretare of Justice Justce and Govern Government Govemment Governmeat ¬
ment the commander cmmander of the Rural Rurl Guard Guardand Guar Guardand
and the chiefs of the municipal and eeoret eeoretpolice Ieort Ieortpolc seoretpolice
police polc held a lengthy lenghy meeting this morn morning momIng mornIng ¬
ing to discuss dl ls the epidemic of crime now nowprevailing nowprvaing nowprevailing
prevailing prvaing and the utter uter disorganization disorganizationof diorgaoizaton diorgaoizatonot
of the police plc forces rorc It was WI decided decide to toincrease toIncrae toIncrease
increase Incrae the Havana Havan police polc by a hundred hundredmen hundr
men and to detail detai 125 rurales rrale to t0l1Bt assist in inmaintaining Inmaintaining inmaintaining
maintaining order In the outlying wards wardsIt
orer outlyng warl
It was w88alBo also decided deolde to create crate a new special specialjudicial Ipeial Ipeialjudical specialJudicial
judicial judical police polc force torc which will wi be at the theorders tbeorer theorders
orders of the
orer judges judgesThe judge judgesThe
The prevalence ot crime is attributable attributableequally atributble attributableequally
equally eualy to the recent rent amnesty decree decreewhich dere derewhloh decreewhich
which released relee a large number of crimi criminals ormi orminals orlmlnals ¬
nals and to the substitution Bubsttution of political politicalhenchmen poltcl poltclhenchmen politicalhenchmen
henchmen for experienced experience police polc officers officersSVMPATSr ofcer ofcerSIJIPiTHr officersSIMP4THI
Panama Paper Grind Grnd at France Frante and the theL theI
1 L S SPeaoe Peace In Colombia ColombiaSprciat Colomblpnlal ColombiaSpfct1
Sprciat < Cable CQb Despatch nlpael la n Tn TiE sos StTNPAXAMA SUI sosPANAMA
PANAMA PA A April Aprl 17 17The The local localand and south southern Suth Suthtrn southem ¬
ern trn em newspapers ncwBpapr severely criticise crtclle ProM President Pral Praldent ProMdent ¬
dent Fallierps Falli a1 rP ree of France Franc for the orders ordersissued order ordersissued
issued and outrageous outragou proceedings proceedingstaken procedingstaken
taken against Cipriano Ciprano Castro CMtr the deposed deposedPresident depos deposedPresident
President of Venezueladeclaring Vene7ueladec1ng that they theyviolate theyviolate theyviolate
violate individual rights rghts which France Francewas Fnc
was wa the first frt country cuntr to declare deolar gloriously gloriouslyand glorously glorouslyand
and which now duped dUJd by the United UnitedStates Unied UniedStates UnitedStates
States shetias forfeited forfeitedThe
Bhel toreled toreledhe
The he papers papl are ar unanimous In their theirdeclarations theirdeclaration theirdeclarations
declarations declaration of sympathy lympthy for Castro CastroU Catro CatroIt
It is thegeneral thegneral belief blet in South Suth and Con Central Contral n ntral ¬
tral American Amercan countries cuntrea according to the thenewspapers thenewspapl thenewspapers
newspapers newspapl here her that if the unjust unust and andcoercive andcercve andcoercive
coercive cercve policy polcy of theXJnltedStates tha UnltedState against againstindependent agalDt agalDtindepndent againstindependent
independent indepndent sovereignty and autonomy autnomy
is allowed alowed to continue cntinue without wihout protest the theprecedent theprcdent theprecedent
precedent may have serious serous results resultsA reuis reuisA
A Colombian who is acting atng as a a confi confidential confiflentlai ¬
dential aental agenthere agent1her has ha received rcived an ofcial ofcialcable officialcable official officialcable
cable despatch from President Preident Reyes Reyesstating Ryes Ryesstating Reyesstating
stating that the rumors rmol of a revolution revolutionon rvolut i ion
on the Venezuelan Vlnezuelan frontier tronter are ar unfounded unfoundedThe
The dennatrh delOtch add that rvimntptn rmnltA mnlst rw nA ripr ar
reigns rlgR a and d that th t the Ih l legal gl elections s smembrl for formembers formembers
members membrl of Congress Cngres on July 20 2 will wi be bepeaceable b bepeaceable
peaceable peaceableBEATIFY pacable pacableBE4TIFr peaceableBATIFI
Fifty ry ThouiMid T0ulad French Freeh PIlBiim Plpm In Rome Romet Rme Rmet
St t Peter Decorated DecoratedSpicta Decoratedpcat DecoratedpIcIa
Spicta < pcat Cabin cab Deipatelt n palel to 0 Tax TBI Sos SUfROME SosRoME UY UYROUE
ROME April Aprl 17 17Fltty Fifty thousand thound French Frenchpilgrims Frenchpigrims Frenchpilgrims
pilgrims pigrims are here for tomorrows beatifi beatification batf beatlfication ¬
cation cton of Joan Jon of Arc rc They include incude three threeCardinals thr threeCardinals
Cardinals Carinls seventy Archbishops ArchblBhopland and lush Bishops Bsb Bsbops lushape ¬
ops and numerous lesser leslI clergy clergyThe clerg clergyThe
The city < ty Is II overcrowded St Peters Petersis Pettrs Pettrsadored
is adorned adored with wih paintings paintngs representing representingthe rpresentingthe
the miracles mlmclel performed prored by Joan Jon of Arc ArcThe ArcThe ArcThe
The number numbr of pilgrims pigrims has hI not been beenexceeded bn bnexcded beenexceeded
exceeded since 1870 It exceeds the
excded excdl num number numbr aiimher ¬
her br present at the Popes POp1 jubilee jubileeEW jubie jubieNEff jubileeNEW
Premier Prlmlu Aiqnlth Alqulh Hint Ilnta at Developments Developmentsr DnelopmentlUnolutonlzn5 DevelopmentIleyolutlonizlng
Unolutonlzn5 Ileyolutlonizlng War r at SF SFDtipatcn Sea SeaSC NeaSpet1it
SC Spet1it Cae Cab Dtipatcn nupael to TUB SUN SvtsLONDON SUNI SvsLoNDo
LONDON I DN April Aprl 17 nPrme 17Prime Prime Minister MinisterAsquith MinisterAsquith lniter lniterA
Asquith A the naval crisis
ulh speaking on crlis to today to today ¬
day said ld I am not speaking speking without withoutweighing withoutweighing withoutweighing
weighing my words wors when I say we may
b be b on the eve of new developments development and andforma ad adforl andforms
forma forl in naval construction cnstrotlon which may mayvitally mayvitaly mayvitally
vitally vitaly affect ne many of the governing con conditions cn cndions conditlons ¬
ditions dions of naval navailtrtogy navailtrtogyHe strategy strategyHe
He advocated advocted a convention cnvention of British Britishand Brtleh Brtlehand Britishand
and colonial authorities authortie on the subject subjectGERMA Iubjet IubjetGERAN subjectGERMAN
Bail lear l Iladl cad adi to Project ProJIDt for Amalga Amalgamation Amalama10n Amsigafliatlon ¬
mation ma10n of Lloyd Lod and Hamburg lambor I Ann Unfl Unfl8fco Linpicfa AnnSpecial
8fco Special cfa CaW netpqtch nupqh lo THI T2 Tin Sue SCKBERLIN SUI SueBERLIN
BERLIN April Apri 17 17lt It is currently currenty re reported r reported ¬
ported portd in financial fnancial circles crcles that arrange arrangement arnge arngementJ arrangemeats ¬
meats mentJ are in hand for the amalgamation amalgamationof
of the North Sorh German Geran Lloyd and Ham HamburgAmerican Hamlllrglmericn HamburgAmerican ¬
burgAmerican lllrglmericn steamship stamship lines Inel under underthe underthe underthe
the management manalnent of Herr Baum BallinIast Bln BlnLast BaumLast
Last year was I a disastrous one for forboth torboth forboth
both companies and this tbi it is II said sid is iscompelling Iscompelng Iscompelling
compelling compelng them to consolidate consolidateThe conoldat
The aggregate capital cital of the two com companies companl cornpanics ¬
panics panl is II II 115000000 115000000THE 115000000TIlE t5oO t5oOTiE
Slramrr realer That Grounded Groundld at Cape firaolms firaolmsi GraclaTowed
Towed Into Kingston KingstonCtiblr IOnrlton IOnrltonSpula KingstonSpeCta
Spula CaW Dtipatclt ntJpalel to II THE hlN hlNKINGSTON StsKirwsToN
KINGSTON KINOfTON Jamaica April Apri 17 17The 17Thewrlcklng The Thewrecking Thewrecking
wrecking steamer BIlmer Relief Helet arrived arived here heretoday heretday heretoday
today tday having in tow tw the steamer Iteamer Heredia Herediawhich Herdia Herdiawhich Heredlawhich
which lately went ashore aMlore at Cape Graciaa Orcial Graciaan
fn en n route rOlte to Newport News Newl where the theIlurediu th thl theIleredia
Ilurediu l redla will wi be b docked docedThe I IThe Ilhe
damage damup The Heredia leldlll sustained IIRtalned only slight slightdamage slght slghtdamup slightdamage
IVrlght rllht Makes Iake Four Flight Flightfpictil FIhtl FIhtlptld FlightscpectiI
fpictil ptld Cable Cab Utipatch to Tim Tnl sue siwROME sueRoME VN VNROUE
ROME April Aprl 17Wilbur 17Wlbur Wright made madefoiA mae maefml madefour
four in his this
fml flights Ilght aeroplane evening eveningOn
On two of them he was 1 up for ten t n minutes minuteson mlnute mlnuteon
on the thirdfor thir tor eight minutes and on onthe onthe onthe
the fourth tourh for nine nineThere nineThere I IThere
There was wa wasno no accident of any an sort sortI 80rtCIlNESE sortChINESE
Date Net iI ror ror May ay 1 INotee 1Notice Notice to the Special SpecialAmbassadors SpecialAmbaladon SpecIalAmbassadors
Ambassadors Ambaladon Issued IssuedWASHINGTON lued luedWA issuedWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WA HIN01ON April Apri 17 1The 17The The Chinese ChineseGovernment Chlnele Chlnelejovernment ChineseGovernment
Government has fixed txed April Apri 2t t as the day dayon
on which the special Ipecal ambassadors ambalador sent sentby lent lentby sentby
by various arioul governments goverments to attend attnd the theburial theburial theburial
burial of the late 1t Emperor will wi present presenttheir preent preenttheir presenttheir
their credentials credentialsThe credentals I IThe IThe
The burial burl is il to take tke place plac on May 1 1Mr 1Mr
Mr 11 Rockhlll Rockhi the American AmerIan Minister in inIekln InJekln Iniekln
Iekln will wi represent the United States StatesVaccinating Sttes Sttesaeclnatnj StatesVaccInating
Vaccinating aeclnatnj Army Officer Omclr ttlth th Anti AntiTyphoid AntiTyphoid nt
Typhoid Tyhoid Serum SerumWASHINGTON SerumWAsnnmToN SerumWagJ1flOTON
WASHINGTON April Apri 17 Antityphoid 17Antityphoidvaccination Antityphoidvaccination
vaccination accnaton Is being given officer ofcr of the thearmy thearmy thearmy I
army in Washington Waehingon by Major F I p Ilua Iluaeell nUDsel ltuesell
sell sel of the Army Medical Medicl School Schol The Thevaccinations 1he 1heaccnations Ihevaccinations
vaccinations accnations are proving provig successful luccsstul nnd nndsome and andsome
Isome some officers ofcra have had their families famlliosinoculated i
inoculated The he serum srum is injected injeced with witha
a 1 hypodermic syringe Soldiers Sldier of the thearmy theary thearmy
army ary will wi not be compelled cmpeled to t submit submitto
to the vaccination vaccinaton but they will wil be urged urgedto urge urgedto I
to do so voluntarily voluntarilyMovement voluntriy voluntriyloument voluntarilyMovements
Movement or Naval Vessels VrssrliWASHINGTON VesselsWASuINOTO f81f1 f81f1WASOIOrON
WASHINGTON WASOIOrON April Apri i 17The The iattlp iattlpehlps iattlpships 1111
ships NorthJCarolina rorthCaroln and Montana Montana have havearrived have haveamved haveamved
amved at Guantaoamo the battleship hatle hlp
Mississippi MlssIlsipli at Cape Cpe Cruz Cnz the supply supplyship supplyIhlp supplyship
ship Celtic Celto at New York and the collier colfturNero co collierNero I I INtro
Nero Ntro at Bradford BradfordThe
The torpedo boats Lawrence Whipple WhippleHull
tordo boats Iawrenc WhippleHull Wipplenul
Hull nul Davh and Goldsboro ol sbar have sailed sailedfrom Ialed Ialedfrm sailedfrom
from frm Magdalena Bay for San Sn Diego DiegoSplrltunlHt DiegopliJual Diegottpirltuftllst
SplrltunlHt pliJual t Church urch Marriage larrlalo Dissolved DissolvedKlsiu Unohed UnohedJlit Dhiiolved1sie
Klsiu Jlit R r Sargent Sar Aut whp wh was married marrie to toEdmund t toEdmund
Edmund I e Sargent by bY Helen Temple TempleHrighaui TempleBrlghaiii empll
Hrighaui IrhthpII pastor pltor of the Spiritual Spirtual and
Ethical Ethicl Society in 1002 102 obtained an aninterlocutory aninterlocutr aninterlocutory
interlocutory interlocutr decree dere of absolute ablolut divorce divorceyeoterday divore divoreeterday divorceyesterday
yesterday from Justice JUtce Giegerich ia i the
Supreme iuprerneCou upremo Coiufo Co te teupremo
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Music Dealer Deaers Fr From A All Over Oer te flieI flieWeber the theCountry W Weber e b er Grand d
Country Count EDtbusia6calyWeIco EnthusiasticallyWelcome Enthusiastically Welcome ethe the G a aPiaola
1 1F thePianola thePliLflolaPllLflO Pianola Piaola PliLflolaPllLflO Piano PianoTHE Piao PiaoTHE
F HE opinion of a few fewindividual fewindividual fewI
I THE individual retailers retalers is isnot isnot isL
I L not always a safe guide guidefor
c for a manufacturer manufactrer to follow followBut folow folowBut followBut gide gidefor
But when the opinion comes comesfrom comesfrom Comesk
k from the largest and most suc successful successful successful
cessful houses in I the trade traderepresenting trde trderepresentng
representing representng all al sections sectons of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
4 country then the the verdict verdit may maybe maybe maybe
I be i accepted as conclusive conclusivei conclusiveSince concusive concusiveSince conclusiveSince
Since the first of the year yearNew yerNew yearNew
New York has been visited by byan bvan byan
an unusually unusualy large number of ofpiano ofpiano ofI ofI oftoseethenewWeberGrand
dealers Theywereallanx Theywereallanxlous
I piano Theywerealanx Theywerealanx10US
toseethenewWeberGrand the Weber Grand GrandPianola
lous to see new Grnd GrndPianola
Pianola Piano an instrument instrumentwhich which the trade trde has eagerly awaited for a long time timeOne tme tmeOne timeOne
One dealer deaer voiced voic the general genera opinion opiion when he said saidI sad sadI
the Pianola in inthe inthe Inthe
II I am amazed amaed to see that you have so successfully successfuly incorporated incororated Pnol
believe that have ever produced anything that will willgive willgive l lgivc
the Grand Piano I dont cont beleve you prouced anyhing
give this industry such a tremendous impetus impetusWhen impctusWhen impetusWhen
When you first frst incorporated incororated the Pianola in the Upright Uprght Piano you announced annocd ftj ftjas ias it itas
as the most revolutionary revolutionar factor the piano business had ever seen seen We all al know knowhow kow kowhow knowhow
how promptly and arid wonderfully wonderuly that tat prediction was realized realizedNow realzed realzedow realizedI
I Now ow in this tis Grand Pianola Piano you have another instrument instrent destined deste to t still stillfurther 3tl 3tlfurher allfurther
further revolutionize former foner conditions Almost any prophecy that tat you care cae to t make makeis mae maeis
furher Grand Piano at all wtUturely wtUturelywant will surely surelywant curely7j7flj
is S bound to come true Anybody why fan afford a al
want it in this tli but of o all a allfrrns forms There aford is absolutely no limit lmit to its it future futureSptcUl futr futrSpc future4THE
Informal Inona SptcUl Spc demonstrations dmonlrtion Dtncnitratiou DtncnitratiouInformal Dtto ot otthi o t tthe The e Aeolian A eo Company CompanyAEOLIAN C is uatdemane uatdemanePno THE a trademark PIANOLA PIANOLAis PIANOLAInona name nameapplying
I a ompay
the Wilier Wbe Grand Grnd Pinol Piano PianoPliiio Punole PunolePtino T
the theinstruments thespettionwtll
Ptino Pno take tkl place lac from 10 to Iau tois applying only ony to te teA
u A H diily dlly Private in intpcction instruments made madeby mtdsf1
tpcction spettionwtll p will be welcomed at atany t mae maeIny
L any ent en ciitO < to hour o the wl of Individual Indlvdul the div dv lomd conveni convenient conVeI cooveniciitO ¬ 362 3 6 2 Fifth Fit AY A n near nea near34th 34th 34 t Street S feet NEW NEWYOR YOR Y ORI by b y the t e Aeolian A Aen eola Co C CoL 111 4
Both Sides Side Confident Conndmttver Every One Oe In a New NewSpring NewSpring i
Spring spn Hat lat Whether She Ia II for MrMcLean Mrs MrsMcLean InlloLa
McLean lloLa or Mr lln 8tor StolTerel StoryTheres > Theres No NoPeace NoPeace I IPeace
Peace Yet In I the City Ciy Federation FederationMore Federaton FederatonMor FederatIonMore
More Mor than fifty ffty Daughters Daughtel departed departedor depated I Itor
for or Washington Wahingn yesterday yesteray morning morningSome morningSome i iSome
Some of them were wer McLeanites McLanites and some somebelonged someblong somebelonged
blong belonged to the Story Str faction but all allof al allof
of them wore new spring hats hat and cheer cheerful cheertul cheerful ¬
ful smiles Imle8 and each faction facton expressed a aflrm afr afirm
firm fr belief belef in victory victr at the coming elec election electon eloction ¬
tionThere ton i
There Ter was one little lte group which no noDody noboy nobody
body boy regarded regare with scorn It I was com composed composed ¬ I Iposed
posed of Mrs Ir Belle Bele De Rivera and MrsSarah Mrs MrsSarah fr
Sarah Dickinson Dickinon Lewis and tho Storyites StoryitesBlanched Storltes Storltesblche Storyitesblanched
blche Blanched with terror teror nn 0 thoy gazed upon upont uponI
I It t When one remembers rmembr that Mrs MrsWilliam MrsWilliam Ir
William Wilam Cumming Story Stor cant her influ influence influetice ¬
ence enc on the side of Mrs Irs William WI1am Grant Grant3rown Grnt GrntBrown GrantBrown
Brown in the recent rcnt City Federation Federationalec Fedlration Fedlrationleoton Federationelection
alec election leoton tion at which Mm 11 De Rivera Rver was waaelected waselected
elected elect president it is not to be wondered wonderedat wonderd wonderdat I
at that those who are ar booming Mrs Iri Story Storyor Stor Storyfor
for or presidentgeneral of tho largest largestwomens largestwomenB largestwomens
womens organization organizton in the world worldshould worldshould orld orldIhould
should Ihould deplore deplor the presence prsonc in Washing Washington
ton on nt It this time tme of the woman she tried triedto tre
to defeat defeatNeither dereatNeither defeatNeither
Neither Mrs Mr De Rivera nor Mrs Lewis Lewiswould Iawlswould Lewiswould
would admit in words wor that they were wer set setting Aettlng sotting ¬
ting forth to join the thl army arlY of Mrs 11 Storys Storysenemies Strs StrsenemleB Storysenemies
enemies but on the other hand they did didnot didnot didnot
not deny it They smiled Imied guyly gyly and said saidhat saidthat saidthat
that they expected expctd to havd hav lots of fun funMrs funMrB funMrs
Mrs Lewis is considered considere by the Ktoryites Ktoryitesas Htoryles Htorylesas
as even more mor dangerous dangerul to their plans planshati plansthll plansthan
than thll Mrs MI De Rivera Hlver Many Ian portions porons poronshave porsonshave portionsmve
have said sid that Mrs 11 l Lewis < is i the best bestooking hostlooking I
looking woman in the whole federation federationand Ceertol
and she sh has enough tact for two or thre threecampaign three threecampaign i
campaign cmpaign managers managersMrs manager managersMrs
Mrs Mr William Wiiam Grant Brown for whom whomMrs whomMr whomMrs
Mr Mrs Story Str worked so hard har in 11 the fedora federation toer fedoration ¬ I
tion election elecion has declared declard that she is isunable isunable isunable
unable to go to Washington and several severalof Bveral Bveralor
of the Storyites Storits remarked yesterday yestrday that thatt thatI
I It t only went to show that ones enemies enemieswere enemieswere enemieswere
were liable to be b more uctivu actvu in 11 a I cam campaign camaign ¬
paign than ones friends friendsAltrwugh rriendl friendsAitboiigh
Altrwugh Alhough Mrs 1r De Rivera was reserved reservedregarding rPertd rPertdrgardlnK reservedregarding
regarding D A R matters she was not notat notat riotat
at all al unwilling unwiling to talk about federation federationaffairs redertion redertionalalrs federationaffairs
affairs alalrs tangle which are really realy in a very er sad sadtangle sadtngle sadtangle
tangleAlthough tngle
Although Mrs 111 Ue Rivera won out as aspresident aBprMident aspresident
president it chanced that that nearly all al the themembers themembf1 themembers
members membf1 of her governing board bOrd were wereelected wereeltted wereelected
elected eltted on the Brown ticket tcket Hhe isthere isthereore llthere llthereI i8therotore
I for tore ore lathe hllhe sad place of a a president with witha
a rebellious re eou cabinet cbinet Theworst The ire worst part of ofthe ofthe
I the whole thing is that she cant appoint appointchairmen appointchairen appointchairmen
chairmen chairen of committees commitees or do anything anythingworth anythinj anythingworth
worth mentioning without the consent ot otthe orthe ofthe °
the cabinet and the cabinet has been beenamusing beenamusing
amusing itself itelt by b withholding its it consent consentto bn bnamusing i ito
to all al of her most cherished plans plansMrs plans1rs plansMrs
Mrs 1rs De Rivera has been bn trying trlng to keep
this unpleasant unpleant state of things from fromreaching fromreaching fromreaching
reaching the ears earl of the public but an anissue ani8C anIssue
issue i8C has h just come up which made her herdecide herdecde herdecide
decide decde to appeal appal to the clubs which conj conjpofle con cornpose
pose the federation teeration for support supportJust supportJust supportJust
pse Just before bfore Mrs Story Htor the last lat federa federation feder federatlon ¬
tion president wont out of office ofce she ap appointed ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed several new commJttces and Mrs MrsDo MrsDe MrsDo
Do Rivera announc announced commtteeA d ath at ho last blt hoard hoardmeeting hoardmeeting hoardmeetingwhich
meeting meetingwhich which was held Thursday morn morning mor mornbog ¬
ing nt at tho Hotel Astor A star that she he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not recogniro their existence as it was washer waher washer
her recofnin privilege to appoint her own corn comrmil cornmlttees om ommlteeB
mlteeB mlttees mil tecs A majority of the board replied repliedthat repled repledthat repliedthat
that she must recognize the committees committeesMrs commitees commiteeslr
Mrs lr Ue Rivera Rvera then decided decded that she shewould shewOlld shewould
would wOlld not submit oubmlt to coercion from the theboard the theboard theboard
board and resolved to send out notices noticesto
to nil al the th clubs cub8 that she iie would bring up
the discussion of the rights of the presi president prsi prsident preordent ¬
dent at the next convention COl vent on of the federa federationwhich federatonwhich federationwhich
tionwhich tonwhich is to be b held nt the Hotel Astor Astoron AstoronMay
on onMay onMayEztenshe May 7 7Kxtenshc 7Itenhe
Kxtenshc Itenhe Malal I Mantcuvret Uan uves on the t e Great GreatLakes Greatlakej I
Lakes Iaes This hl Summer SummerWASlUjfGTOv SummerWA5RnGTOt ummer ummerW
WASlUjfGTOv W ASHIGON April prl 17 1PlanB 17Plana Plans nrebeing are being
iincii3sed dincusstd < at the Navy av Department Deparment for forextensive fortstcn forextensive
extensive tstcn ive manupuvjps 13n IVles on the Groat Lakes Lakesthin LakesthlK Lakesthis
thin tmmmor ourmor by the State Stat naval militias militiasof mitil
of Michigan llctl an Ohio Minnesota llnnesota and Illinois Ilnois Ilnoislho IllinoisIho
lho ho cruiser onlser Naehvillo N8hvio will wi ho sent nt from
Boston to Lake Michigan lHchigan noon fOn and anl will wil
be turned tume over to the Illinois ilnois militia i
The Department is II taking tkl great interest ihertt mita I
in the th work wok and naval officers ofceI will wi par participate partcpat partbclpnte ¬
ticipate tcpat in the manoeuvres mnn manmuvres uvrt Eight Jlght ves I Isols I Isele Isole
sols will wi be there The Michigan militia militiawill mita mitawi militiawill
will wi have the th Don Juan de Austria the
Wolverine Wolverne nnd the Yantlo Illinois Jlnois will
liavo tho Nashville Nashvie and Dotothea Ohio Ohiotho Ohiotho Ohiotho wi II
tho Haw law und Eases Jsel and Minnesota lJnneeota the
Gopher GopherMajor GopherMajor Gophertilsijor
Major err to Command mnand New Nf Artillery ArtilleryDMtrlot Artlery ArtleryUtrlet ArtilleryDistrIct
DistrIct Utrlet at Honolulu HonoluluWASHINOTON lonolulu lonoluluWASOIOTON honoluluWasnnuvro
WASHINOTON WASOIOTON April Aprilajol 17 17Major Major John K KCree KCree I ICree
Cree Coast Goat Artillery Artiler now stationed Mttione at atFort atFor atFort
Fort For OrfI Orebl Main 1aln has hal been ordered ordertd to tocommand tocommnd tocommand
command commnd the th new artillery artler district d stict at ati I
Honolulu Ho will wi also alo be in command commandof
of Fort Euger which ia likewise e cmmad e a anow new newstation newSt5t100 I
station iig St5t100
Department nt of Justice Justce say Says 8 y a New Grand GrandJury Gral GralI GrandJury
Jury Only Oly Can nelnveatlRite Relnvelte Them ThemWASHINGTON Te TeWASHIOTN TbeniWasniaroir
I WASHINGTON WASHIOTN April Aprl 17 17Th 17The The following followingstatement folowing folowingsttment followingstatement
statement sttment was given out at the Depart Department Depar Departmont ¬
ment of Justice Justc this morning morningThe moring moringTe
The Te AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGneral has hI wired the thoUnited theUnitd theUnited
United Unitd States 1tats Attorney at Tulsa Tul Okla Oklathat Oklathat Ohmthat
that the present prsnt Grand Jury Jur cannot cnnot legally legallyreinvefltigate legaly legalyreinvestgat legallyreinveatIgate
reinvefltigate reinvestgat the Haskell laskel case c but tdat tdata
a new Grand Jury Jur must must be b drawn drw from fromwhat tromwbat fromwhat
what was WI formerly tonerl the Western Wetr District Districtof DBtrict DBtrictIndian
of Indian Territory Tcrrtry in order to recon reconsider recn recnalder reconeider ¬
alder those tho cases clS in case cs they the are to t be bereconsidered b bereconsidered
reconsidered rcniderd at all al The De Department Departmentof artment artmentI
of Justice Justc has still stl under consideration considerationthe consYderato n nthe
the question 9ueRton whether or not Judge Mar Marshalls Marshal Marshalt
I shalls shal A decision leaves open any new newmeans newmean newmoans
means mean of procuring indictments Indicments opn against againstHaskell againstHaskel againstIlaskohl
Haskell and his associates associatesThe tes tesThe
Haskel The Haskell Haskel referred rCered a8oc to t is i Gov Haskell Haskellof HlkeU HlkeUot
Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt
of Okladoma who attacked atcked Theodor
1 Roosevelt R0evelt during the political poltcal campaign campaignof
of 1008 lOR for alleged aleged discrimination diRcriminton cmpg in favor favorof
of the Standard Oil Oi Company Comry in oil 01 leases leasesin leB
in the Southwest Ms IK Roosevelt RoOvelt subse subsequently suhs subsequentiy ¬
quently uenty lent his hi influence infueno to t the prosecu prosecution prOo
tion of Haskell Hukel on charges chrRes which involved involvedhim
him in irregularities Iregularties concerning cncrning fran franchises franchises ¬
chises chiss tnrv Ar in Oklahoma Oklahoma and ad the Indian Terri Terrltnrv TernAr
A Dill 01 Carrying Carr1nr J91OOOOOOO 81000 to Ue Rr Rrportrct R Rprtrd Reported
ported prtrd to the tie House 10U8t on Monday MondayWASHINGTON MondayWAsnxNoro onda ondaWASHNGTON
WASHINGTON WASHNGTON April Apri 17 17The The appro appropriation appropriation appropriatlon ¬
priation bill bi carrying carring the sum of 10000 100
000 0 to carry cr on the thirteenth census rnBUI in in1910and In1910and inlol0and
1910and 1911 11 will wi willbe be reported reprte to the House Houseon
on Monday by the Committee Commitee on Ap Appropriations Appropriatons Appropriations ¬
propriations propriatons It I is expected that the thecensus thecenSUR thecensus
census will wi cost the Government 1140 14000
000 in the aggregate The 1 he additional
0 additonal additonalS4oO
S4oO 4000000 will wi be provide provided in a measure measureto mesure mesureto
to be passed passo by Congress Congres next winter winterTho winterThe winterThu
The bill bil that will wi be reported reprte Monday Mondaywill Mondaywi
will wi contain appropriations other than thanthat thanthat thanthat
that that for the Census Bureau The sum of ofS2500
S2500 25000 will wil l he > e rrvlded provided to enable the At AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGenera AttorneyGeneral ¬
torneyGeneral to carry on lines lne of in inquiry inquir inquiry ¬
quiry quir in connection conoJcton car with the tht antitrust antitrustlaws antltrustlawt
laws lawt Representative Heprlenttvo Tawney Tawne chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the House Hou e committee oommitee said to today today today ¬
day that an 1 far as I he was at present preent ad advised adviso advised ¬
vised viso the census bill bi would not carry carryan carr
an appropriation appropriaton of 1250 25000 for the travel travelling traellng travelhog ¬
ling lng expenses e3pnSM of tho President PresidentVO Prfident Prfidentf
Negro Member llmbtr of the liberian Commis Commission Commls Conimiaion ¬
Ion to to Do 10 Carried arrltd on a HarMilp HarMilpWASHINGTON IlarsiripVAslIiNoTo ahlpWMIINOTON
WASHINGTON WMIINOTON April Apll 17 1iOfcer 17Officers Officers in the theNavy theNavy theNavy
Navy and tho State tate Departments Deparments here heredecline her heredecline
decline declne to admit that there ther is any serious serioustrouble serioustrotible I
trouble trubl over the carrying of Emmet J JScott JHct JScott
Scott Hct the negro ne ro member of the Liberian LiberianCommiHBinn Ilbran IlbranCo LiberianCourinission
CommiHBinn Co 11 1181 on on board an American war warship warship ¬
ship An offirer of < J of the State Department Departmentsaid Deparment Deparmentsaid II
said today that while whie naval officers ofcer may mayentertain mayenterain mayentertain
entertain enterain deep feeling teelng on the subject subjectthey subjectthey subjectthey
they will wil of course coure show enough pa patriotism patrotsm patriotismn ¬
triotism trotsm to put up with what they con consider cn cnsider coneider ¬
sider a a disagreeable disagreable situation There is isabsolutely isabsolutely Isabsolutely
absolutely no inclination inclnation to reconsider reconsiderthe r nsidlt
the appointment appointmentArmy
Army and ad Navy Orders OrdersWABHIXOTOS OrdersWAIUIOTOI OrdersWAsimixoroi
WABHIXOTOS WAIUIOTOI April Aprl 17 1Tbese 17These These army orders orderswera orer orderwere
were wee Issued Isued today todayFirst tocs tocsIrat todsyFliat
First Irat Ileut Thomas H Johnson Johson Medical Re Reserve Resere Reserve ¬
serve sere Corps to Fort Monroe MonroeCapt MonroeCapt onr onrn
Capt Ji Alex Murray Medical lgI Corps O to Fort ForIMajor
Parent n relieving VI Major j r 1 Irvine sy V Hand HandMajor HandMajor d
Major Eugene tulne II I llartnett latnet Medical Corps to to10rt to1ort
FVirt 10rt Dupont DupontMajor Dupn 1UPOntMajor
Major John Joln K Crer Crtt Coast oat Artillery r1ItI from presS present pre presSml ¬
ent duties lult to command Fort Ruger RU er and artillery
district of Honolulu HonoluluThese 10notulu 10notuluThese HonoluluThese ar1Uery
These navy na orders were Issued IssuedLieutenantCommander bauedLleUlenantCmmander lsauertLtcrrtenanICommander
LieutenantCommander LleUlenantCmmander I W v Freeman Fretmn from
Bureau Bureu or Navigation Navljsfon to Bureau nlreau ol Equipment
LieutenantCommander II I L Cone7 Con to Bureau Bureauof
of Navigation NavigationLleuts Naljalnn NaljalnnLltuts ZrlgstlnnLIeUts t
Lleuts Lltuts E T Consteln Con leln and F H Protect Prteet from
the West Wet Virginia to home and waif order
Pay Ps Director Itreclor C M Hay I to Mare wal Island Iland yard
PaymiMtcr W v T nllace alsce from rom Mara Island
yard sctlla tfe accounts leolll and wait orders ordersLKA1HXG order orderU1AING orderLEAiING ltsnd
Visitors Ulsltors to London Londonshould LondonV I
V should not fall fal to toinspect toinspect toinspect
inspect the magnificent magnificentspecimens mapllcent mapllcentspecimens magnificentspecimens
specimens on on view at atCO atELKINGTONt atELKINGTONtse
Ibelovr Piccadilly Piccadiy Circus CircusLONDON CircuS CircusLO
GRAFTON GRF ON FUR FR C0iti C0itiLeading CGLte COLtiLeading
Leading Furriers FurriersInvite Jurier JurierInvie
Invite Invie Inspection Inspecton by VUltorm Vial tor to t London LondonPotted LondonCalallf LondonCalaloga
Calallf Calaloga Potted Free p p16tNEW Free164NEW
APPENDICITIS APICTS You may Pr proflounce pro pronounce ¬
flounce nouce it Appendecyetia Appendeyet or Ap Appendeecetis Ap Appendeecetis
pendeecetis pendecetis but ut doctors dotor prtrnounoj prtrnounojit P0 pmnounit
it dangerous dangeroU Its IU cause caua causea a bit of o un undigested u uj ujdigested ¬
digested digete food t or a speck spk of hard ba matter mttr mttrwhich matterwhich I Iwhich
which has ha found toud its it way ay into it the te T rmi er erinjform rmiform
form for appendix appendi and ad has ha set st up an a in inflammation infammaton inftammation ¬
flammation fammaton The To result rultxccltl reeultexcrutjn reeultexcrutjnpain excruciating j jpain
pain high fever and sometimes 80metme death deathIs deth
18 it not logical logica that a clean cle intestinal inttial inttialtract iatestiniltract j
tract a perfect perect acting atng liver lver and stomach stomacha tmah tmaha
a healthy healty digestion will wi do much to t pre1 pre1vent pre prevent prevent
vent appendicitis appendicitisFRANZ appendicitisFRANZ
will wi keep kep your you bowels regular rguar you yoursystem our ourstm I Isystem
system stm normal noral and will wi ward wr ofT ar not Mlonly natonly I Ionly
only appendicitis appendicits but a host of other othertroubles othertroubles othertroubles
troubles as l well well A wineglaasful he before helore hefore
fore breakfast will wi do you a world oi oigood 01god Oigood
good all al day Bottled Botte in Hungary HungaryFRANZ
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by the Rev Re J 7 Newton Newtn Perkins Perils Carjl Car Cars1sugr Cars1sugrter d tluh tluhter u uter
ter of Ur and Mrs Mr Frederick Freerltk B Leflertt Lerl1 tj tjDuo
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