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.THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 191?.
3 IRISH OF NEW YORK ACCLAIM HOME RULE flcll Known Citizens Send i iilili'UTiim ('niignitulflting Iti'iltnonil '(in Success. SKI' SIM.KXIHI) 1MJOSPECT (ifi imr KvpiTsscH WoihIpi Any One should Opposp Sclf-(Jov-criiincnl Principle. Vj' .cntimcnt of fifteen riifdinRuishod yew Writer of Irish blood on tho homo rule lull uere exprettod in n joint cable sr.mi tli-y -cut yonterd.iy to John Ked tneml II rend: lln.ir'v comtr.iliil.ilioin to yon n ml th lri.li i.mv mi inunction ncee, and to il ,. n.i n(iili on tin' MltmlM prn4irrt iff .tiM by Hi" homo rule dill. ...in " noriiiiiii, ."Hill ijimin. I, miii i I n r, Ur i .1 ln'oir'i. M..iM ' Met nil. 11 Vllti.'tnl. .Viin ' lHni: . ,'! ii l ( miiiiiIih, William Mi .Viloo. 'I hoitm M Mnlry, i, T. r.iiiiiifl, M, !. Druiiimonil. lo'm I'. (inlvln, W. tiourke rook ran, Mi'fk'ii ' linen, In miuHhk of the hill ycFlcnlay. W. !.mrke t ockran wild: ny iiiiMHiiro of this hind must nee. ffunly 1" tentative, litit when parties rotre tup-ther in n wpirlt of Rood will there i .1 rony outlook for the future. The main feature of the menture, It seems to me i that It breed- a spirit of con ciliation replacing the hostility of 700 The hill in 11 tremendous step foi-n.iM M.iy r tl.iynor received yesterday 11 fni'Wnm I mm John Kedmond. The Inli lender wanted to know whnt the Mayor thought of the home rule hill. The Miyor cent Mr. Hedmond this cable fram Everybody in America is t-o used to heme rule that wc do not understand how there cm be any opposition to home rule in Ireland." I'tiited Mates Senator James A. O'Oor tr.an .nd "'I h home rule bill is a great nccoinplMimcnt. 11 great forward step It myitis the rcttoratlon of popular sov-rrnim-tit for Ireland. I lmvu i-ent my Mioiianons to Mr. Hedmond. I told him tlm' 1 tejoioed in the Mlcces- of hi many ear-nf patriotic eftort and joined with htm and the IrUh people in their hour of triumph Tile bill, it appears to me, has feme d"feets but it i a splendid be pltin tip and time will remedy the defects," tpliti I) I'rimmins had thi to say: "I tb.uk it i an excellent bill. If the Iri-h a M'i!led with it tint lrih in America n el-wlirr.' in the world should be. I r'tit a cablegram of congratulation to Jchn Hedmond. in which I slid, "I take yiitir tew of the measure find agree with ve 1 that pfacM and oonlxntment will f r-vail and that the wellinc of lreUud and I'.tiBl.ind will be served ' There uro bncht days ahead for Ireland " lilt 1 1 Delehaiity said that he had not 'jammed the bill eliwely enough to have heroin" familiar w Ith all of it provisions. 'However, " i-aid Mr. I)elhanty. "there "rt.ilii!y one glurim; defect, one ob ;ectton to the measure which is flagrant, 1 Mke it That i-, the Iri-h are not given rower to tax themselves. The taxing fowep is left right where it was in the hr.ndi- of the Imperial ioverntnent. That n't real home rule I do not wonder 'ha' Mrong objection In been matle to thi- measure ay i stand- " I' might better be called parish rule." Mid .liHtice John W. (ioir. "(Ioiiim rule is rn'v a entchword for it. The four essen tial (.! home rule are control of the Jvlni.-uy, mngistry, customs and con Uni in.iry. and as long as the crown fflti"vl these Ireland has no home rule." ULSTER CONTINUES FIGHT. Llbrrnl I niiniNl ny They rr 111 -4M-t Homo It 11 lr. fot't fttpttrltri to Tur StS, H"Msr April I'-'. Cistern liat is t 1 the ring. The I'lster I. ilxral I'lii' m-' Wnriatiriti issued a declaration tr-d.ix t,, itio effect th.it the introduction et 'iK'VPtnmpnt's homo rule bill r.ii'v 1 . i fi-nis l'lter'x resolve that under Fl' 1 ailsiniues will she ! relegated toll titrolef n I'ul'lin Parliament, '"il.iw pril 1'.'. The Nationalist .a fliow a divided opinion in their renin, nis c.n the home rule bill. In'1 Frttm-n'i Joiirnil descrilies the llll 11. the greatest, th boldest and the in .- g..i'ntis of the three home rule Ill's and s.iys, "We should not li sur-pri-t 1 t ml it received xvith hearty me 1 iv the Irish party " I "li Tumi, a rniniiist newspaper, 1 i itH.i.silrn will tirrtve sii lllf.rlv r.v,,lile j., i, offer no middle course i !. pi cnmplete separation from Great hr,',i i I ,1 tetuni to the status of the nr., r It," ii nrff r-rnrffiii remarks, "It id 1 r ik'ihly be coirect in describing the l 'l 1.1 siy that it fdves us lliree 1'iariiTs , wlnvt we expected and prob er v .0 large a sharo of what we de. nsi 'lsi Tim measure cannot Ihi re-Khpi-1 n tlnal I I" irk I'nr 'rrss says: "The Govern riMii s s, ),oin jM not n solution of the lri , riMem - IA'sis, Airil 1? That tho Important r- I'-m th" Government faces nt pres ti' in conjunction with the home rule l'g..i'i mi is the conciliation of Ulster wa n i tt.. I liy the Mlieral organ, the '1 ,s (ir today' It insisted, how- ' th.it th" bill us drafted absolutely Afpr .'nils tli rights of the Proteslunt mm , iv in Ittdand P.. N'Vtr applauds what it terms the , - Ipii' il'-siie of Sir Edward Carson, the I'Mfi- lender, to fence for a compromise . OVER HOUSE OF LORDS' VETO. 1 111 iriinipiil Ciiiillilent Home Klllc MIII Will " . i.yV lir)iilri In Tnr. Sun I. v I. 1 "is i.i Glace Hay, April 1?. It is tc, ci.iv th,. (ioverntnent has little 1' th'' House of Lords will pass the 1 1!" bill, but H confident that thern - no dissolution 01 Parliament 1 1 dissolution of Parliament ' I', use of Commons Is able to pass ire f.ir the government of Ireland " I. .ids' veto, id dinoiid and other IrishNational- , . . I.r .,,1 1,.,, ..t'.if llm refVto arc :U 1 im 1 i-t. l. II I.. t)'. Mr 1 l lll by th" iiH'tnlieis of tho I ' uinni'iiis yestetday, which they ' 1 11! ns its imsKige by that bedy s ' ninrity In an interview lo-tiuy 1 n '. I said ' 1 lion of the bill was splendid. 1 v what was lacking in IPM wipii .Mr Gladstone introduced I lie bills, absolute unanimity I I s ot tho Mlierals. There is no 'isii hwii .miooiiB them and thwe I:. I Tl.r BMI 1.. ill I I, Ask any diplomat In no s'ich wave or paslott as that which swept over the House wlnn first Mr. Gladstone's, bills were Introduced." There is nevertheless a certain amount of criticism of the details of the bill oti the (Ioverntnent side. This is voiced more strongly in the lobbies than else where, but it is also referred to in editor ials in the Liberal newspapers. It is directed chiefly at the nomination instead ol election of the Irish Senate, the possi bility of the lrih using the customs to establish a limited sort of protection and the retention of Irish members in the Rritlsh Parliament, which is regarded ns anomalous, though not necessarily objectionable, albeit it is held that the Irish members nt Westminster ought not to have 11 voice in the control of Kng lish education. Furthermore, there are fcome doubts ns to whether tit" bill will lead to economy in the administration of Irish affair The Unionist newspaper fulminate nt the injustice and Insincerity of the bill, the Liberal Unionist .Sptcfafor going so far as to miv that it is worse than either of Mr. Gladstone's measures. The Union ists nlso harp on the popular Indifference in Dublin and in Nationalist Ireland gen erally townrd the bill, and there certainly has hitherto been no outward expression of enthusiasm there. This is probably duo to the long standing conviction that the success ol the bill was assured and nl-o to the non-existence of passion which was referred to by John Hedmond in his speech yeterdav. Meanwhile Ulster remains quiet in obedienre to the word of the leaders, who depree ate any haty movement . FUND FOR GERMAN AIRSHIPS. Prince llrnrv Miirls Public !ilherl tlnn fur fleet. .-rnfal ('lilt l:r-Mtrl'f '" Ta'- r, Hhtil.ZN. April I'.' Paralleling the a'lion of the 1'tench public, v hich is contributing to n tund to purchase aero planes for the army in the endeavor to make Kr.ince the eaier in this line. Prince Henrv of Pi u-sia, it is aid. to-day will head a subscription in Germany. Within a few days appeals to the citi en of the fatherlund v. ill be issued asking for money with which to purchase an aerial navy, and it i predicted lo-day that the tcponse will be large. Ptinco Henry believes that in the com ing war aeroplanes will be a mot impor tant factor and he has continually ad vocated keeping th (Jenniin force up to date in this repect l.'JNOON-, April II'. Details were issued to-night in legard to Great Hrita'n's aviation cheir.e The plan call for Ml trained ther lor the army and forty at the beginning for the navy Not more than sixty of these fliers, however, w ill be trained this'year Provision is nmde for eighty-four aero planes for the army and twelve aeroplanes and hydroaeroplanes for the navy About one-half the machines will b bought in Great Hritain, with a view of encourag ing the industry MANY STILL LEAVING IRELAND. Iltrr tl.OOO Milled tor I ml (llllllllll III Mill. Mnrrnul Vttrle hrl,nlcl, to Tur St Losiinx, via (ilice Hay, April 12. A Hoard of Trade statement issued to-day shows ihat !H,ti."iS emigrants left Ireland in 1!II Of this number "I'.ill'J went to the United ;tates and .",ITs to Canada. "MESSIAH" SHOOTS HIMSELF. Mil 11 Who Shut I'p House nf Coin, mens Kills Ills Wife. ,ifeif Vnble Drupn'rh In Tun St ,s Iiniion, April Vi. The Hev. Dr. Sam uel Henry, wlio recently announced hlm sf as the ".Mes-iah" and to prove his chim shot up the lobby of the House of Cotnmon. shot and seriously wounded him'elf :it his home early this morning He was Intind unconscious witli two bullet wounds in his head, while the body of his wife, with her throat cut, lay close besjd" him. 'I he police believe Mrs. Henry was murdered. Henry will probably recover. I'p to the present lie has not been suf fliiently conscious to l able to give any account of the tragedy. A servant In formed the police that Henry told her last niclit that his wife had cut her throat, but ho did not summon tin- police. After his eseniinde in the House of Commons Henry was placed under bonds for his good behavior. It is now believed that his mind was aflected. The attack on the lobby occurred on I'pbru.iry 1'0, when h" "Messiah" pulled out 11 revolcr and let fly Several shots were filed before the man was arrested, hut us they were all aimed at the ceiling nobody was injured, pAJ)EREWSKI DISLIKES AFRICA s Inlmlilliinta Arr III Mnnnrretl Tour n rnllurr. Mnrroni n'lrelem Hettati:li to Tin Si'V. I Al'K 'low.v, via Iiniion and Glace Hay. April IV. I'tnuce Paderewski, the nianlst. who Ins been on a tour in this country, hud so.ue unpleasant thing 1 to wiy about Soutn Africa and its inhab itants before his departure to-day. He said South Africa consisted of a lot of ooim'ry villages with ill mannered in habitants. The I eople, he said, were wuuting in all sentiment or desire for the trim charm nt musi ....1. ...... blV ... wa. not 11 fllinriei.il ..' success, IMneea SpFriitt Illume tor .Ship lllsnsler. table I'etMtrh tit Tnr Sis. Hamiuohi. April I.. llm .ilarllmie Court tci-dav ruled thn the Peninsular . ,. rili.nrlle.inni. wnu ri.anrmutlil.i and Oriental liner Oceana was responsible; for the collision with the German bark Pisagua in the English Channel oM arch IB which resulted in the sinking of the sieamhhlti and the loss of several lie- no iiiii, ... .... ai'uui - nonnoi In Iimi Hill mIhii uenl down wllh the htnanistiip in. holds l lie PIsaKua blameless. court OF CUBA; GOES TO BALI Secretary Gets First Hand View of Industry That Is Island's Mainstay. CUBANS DISCUSS SPEECH Each Political Faction Interprets Address as Blow and Warn ing to Other. fivul'il Cable lttptlcl, to Tnr. Sin. Havava. April 12. Secretary of State Knox and party motored forty miles to the Merceditas plantation of the (,'ubu American Sugar Compuny at noon to day nnrf wero shown for the first time the operation of a sugar mill. The party had luncheon nt the plantation. Secre tary of Agriculture Kmillo del Junco escorted the Secretary on the trip. His Irleii was to give Mr. Knox a glimpse of the vast and rich sugar lands and the operations of an industry widen is the main source of Cuban prosperity. I Secretary Knox and the members of his family were the guests of Arthur M. HeaupnS the American Minister, nt a legation dinner to-night. After the tlinnrr they went at in o'clock to a ball given in honor of the Secretary at the State DeHtrtment building. This ball was the feature of the Secretary's entertainment, for which the Cubans have been prepar ing for weeks, The battlements of the old Spanish fort adjoining the building were con verted into terraces which were beau tifully illuminated, while the decorations were very elaborate. The invitations were limited to l.mvi and the assemblage was the most brilliant Secretary Knox has hecn in the course of his trip. To-morrow morning .Mr. Knox will visit the Cabana fortress. He then will attend a reception by the American Club. Later the party will be the guests of the Alcalde at a garden partv. Tho party will will for home to-morrow night. Without exception the nutnerouii news wipers of Havana featured this morning tin 1 pot'ticn of Secretary Knox's seech delivered last night winning Cubans against entrusting their country to the hand'i of professional politicians. The papers opposinl to Pteidcnt Gome;: in their editorial comment give the senti ments their he.-rt'esl approval. The administtation piper;-, while featuring the wntninc words, editorially emphasized Mr. Knox's advice legarding th neces sity for united endeavor bv the Cubans and intimating that th anti-Gomez faction- should taU Secretary Knox's word ns an order to subside, leaving the administration free for sell -pers?t u.it ion. The police of H'lvuna are slightly un easy as to the rifety of the American Secretary becjupe of the arrival recently of Kellp" l.oston. no anaichist from Tampa. He is under police surveillance. SEEKS SOURCE OF REPORT. Vntlcne IntestlBiitr It esponsllilllt j for Orntli Humor. spreiat Callr l)rAiitrh to Tar Six. Home, April 12.- A rigid Investiga tion to determine whether any Church oftT'ilal was responsible for the report of the drnth of the Pope widely circu lated yesterday was ordered to-day by the Vatican. The Vatican Itself was almost as much shocked by the report na the out side world, and the Papal Pecretarv of State, Cardinal Merry del Val. deter mined to endeavor to locate the source of the rumor. The orlKlnal report came from Madrid, where It was said the P.ipnl Nuncio hail received a Vatican despatch telling of the Pontiffs death. As no such despatch was ever sent the Vatican reiterated that It believed some error In the translation of a code des patch must have been rpsponslble for the ipport. Tho Pope was well to-day and he celebrated mass In his private chapel and received n number of vlsltots In audlenre. The health of the Pope continues excellent. MORSE. ABOUT TO DIE. TRAVELS. Sriitrneeil liy llnelnrs, He Detrr inlnes In Hate n ISnnil Time. Spm.il Cable hcupnlcli to Tur Sis. Ut.oi!i:.i-i:, Italy, April IS. Charles W. Morse, the Amerlrun ex-convlct banker, has been told by a score of eminent spe cialists who examined him that ho enn not Hie six months, but Morse, Instead of seeking a health resort, has planned 11 tour of southern Europe ns his hmt earthly pleasure. When the spring Is n little more ml vnnced Morse will tour Germany. There the specialists hove urged him to settle down nt the baths at Carlsbad and by quiet treatment endeavor to prolong his life. They have Informed liltn Hint he Is sulTeilng from Ilrlght's disease, arterlo-sclerosls nnil several minor ail ments which they liellcve the Carlsbad treatment would benefit for 11 time. Hut Morse Is lodged nt the most lux urious hotel In southern Kurope and betrays no anxlpty over his condition. Ills one restraint is the necessity of strictly observing diet requirements, which limit his eating and 'drinking. SI'IX , NOTICIIS, Off to California When you wave nood-byi! to your Inline town for a Hiinmer trip to Cnli forn'm, you lire in for the most glorious and lefreshinK vacation you over could tulie. When you strike tlm mountains enroute the best of the fun begins unci when tit lust you burst through the Sierra Nevwlnn and behohl beautiful California, you'll realize that you are living in u illffcreiit world. Clour skies, I'xliilnrntlii"; air, the scent of flowers ii 1 nl finally the rolling, billowing ocean nil up tlm mini! witli 11 treasure house of , ClC g III, 1 1 I'll It II U llll ICOOll ClieCI' UOOUllUS, urn employed by the Hurlington Itoutn ... ..I,,,, iri,. If -it.. ' to belli vou tiluti your trio. ' in inn I'll be ilacl to irive von the l;itesl iiifurniHtliin abiiilt the lies! pfaies to en, and . j.ur choiie or either norttmrti or -tit nt I ' roiues and come hark a different way I'll I t.'lWe llll till- lilll" llPtlllls llff (Hir llllllll. Pll- mHt J(1U , hl,ll, ,,,,,, 1)11V V)lllr k(.tK lllu ilelher lliem to nu and make sure tlml lUrfaKfri'.im..' i-V. "'.'."u ".!',., Km,' y , ar, .ie m" send ou our llnidy il lnlratpil Imukl"! ti'llun.' all Hbout California ..,! .1... ...i.isl .illlill'i I Liiutnl nl lirlni. "" ' ... - , , ion s 1'iiiy -i ' Jie.iia, i.asn-ni ciiseii I lcr Aissni. t Ii A ij. It It,, iiki liriindwuy I New orkl'ity lepiione Mud, Sii. &7G, OPENS ART SALON IN PARIS. President Cnllleres Innnttiirntor Mny A merles 11 Hihlblts, Marconi VTIreUm fltntxitch to The 8rt. Paius, 'via London, and Olaco Bay, April 12. President r'allirrcs to-day In augurated the twenty-second exhibi tion of the Societi1 des Ileum Arts. The exposition Is more cosmopolitan than ever. There uro 570 pictures in I ho show. Spanish pictures are numerous and three Zuloagas have places of honor In tho first room. Of the American exhibitors, Walter Gay and Kllzalieth Nourse exercise mem Ists' privilege in sending six pictures. Julius Stewart shows live. Myron B.ir low, Itoy Brown. Krleseke, Harrison, Kopmau and Ullnmn send throe. Mi nerva Chapman, Mary Kalrchild, tow, Greeley, Hawthorne, Hopkins, Lucy lee Bobbins, Grace Havlin and Florence Upton exhibit two. These Americans exhibit one picture: Constance, Higelow, Marietta Cotton, Helem Diml.ip, Jessie Evans, Delia Garretson, Ethel Mar. Juliette Nichols, Eleanor Norcro-, Olier toufler.Kugeno Alonzo Poole, Etlwln Scott, Singer, Howard Smith, Thorndlke, Tol man, Catherine Watklns and Weber. Twelve of the IBB sculptors who show are Americans. They are Alice Brereton. Sara Greene, Mnlvina Hoffman. Cecil Howard, William Jewett. Winifred Kinss- ton, Irene Prahar, Alonzo Hoberlson, Eugenie Shonnard, Gertrude Whitney, Alice Wright and Emile Zettler. lloso O'Neill Wilson's exhibits In the drawing section attract great atten-1 t ion. I Tho high proportion of women exhibit- , ors is most marked among the Americans. 1 NOBLEMEN GET EXCITED. Men! I t One Another and Mirks. With I'Uls' .tilr.ol.( ITir.ffj. Iltnutclt to 'fill. Sis Homk, via London and Glace Hay, April 12. -Th Marquis Spinola and his two sons, who are plaintiffs in a libel suit against Count Noli da Costa, which I being heard here, to-day assaulted Count Cala brit.i, the King's master of horse, and Count Negroni, an octogenarian ex. member of the Pupal Noble Guard, who had testified against them. They repeatedly slapped Count Cala- brin! in the face and one struck him with a 1 stick, while the other held him down to prevent him making any defence. Count Negroni was injured about the face and badlx- bruised. He was taken to tho hos pital in an unconscious condition. Other' noblemen, including Counts Torlonia and Karace.who tried to act us peacemakers, ' were badly beaten J The Splnolus were arrested and marched ' to the police station, xvhere they were fol- j loued bv a jeering crowd. They will be prosecuted by the Government and their victims are also threatening challenges to duels SINCLAIR GRIEVES FOR US. rillplr llnr sjslmi of (intern ment lit l.ntiilitn Dinner. lf'il f aWe henrntr to Tnr. St N Ii.SDON. April 1'.'. Upton Sinclair, the magazine nnfe-, via- the guect to nignt nt a dinner of cosmopolitan litetary men and at t is!s which was presided over bv Isral angwill Tom Mann, tin labor leader, in a speech enthusiastically lauded Sinclair, who in his address criti cised the system of government in the United States as n device whereby the ruling classe- first inorensed their power and then secured it Mr Sinclair con tinued; "I will not descriU- our President in a foreign country, 1 simply bow my h'-ad and pass on The truts in Ameiica, said Mr. Sin clair, had almost wiped out the labor unions, which are growing weaker and weaker He predicted a financial panic on an unprecedt'nted seal". Millions, lie said, would be unemployed and then then' would be a fearful revolution. PICKS FLEET TO VISIT U. S. lierninn Admiralty .miirs Warship Princes on neurit. Sprrint Cublr Despatch In Tnr. Si'v IlKiti.ls. April 12 -The German Ad miralty finally has decided on the com position of the German fleet that will pay America 11 return visit for t lint of the United States battleships to Kiel last summer. It will include the armored cruiser Moltke, the protected cruiser Stettin and the protected cruiser Hremen The warships will sail proluibly early in May and return to Germany in .June . They will thus be hack in time to join the rest of the fleet for the Kiel yachting week The officers include l.ieuts Prince Henry of Heuss, who is on board the Moltke, and l.ieut Prince Christian of Hessen-Phil-lippsthal-HarchfcId, who will be on board the Stettin; but Prince Adalbert of Prus sin, son of the Kmperor, will no! go to America BLUEB00K BLAMES SHUSTER. Mr Cclnnril tirey Says American I'rotnkeil lliissln. tpeclal Cable )ftpnte to Tn Si bo.snoN, April I'.'. A blueliook wns Issued to-night on the icent trouble in Persia arising out of the object ion made by i Hussia to W Morgan Sinister, the Ameri can Treasurer-General, The him! con tains uuiong other things a telegram from Sir Kdwurit Grey, the Koreign Secrelorj. to Hlght Hon. Sir George Hiiclmnan, the1 British Ambassador nt St. Peler..burg , , in which nftera consult it Iuu with Premier Asipiith tlie I'lireign Secretary declares that "Shuster's nttilmie has generally. been so regardless of Russia, I might even say so provocative, that it could hardly Jo expected that Hussia would regard tho incident leniently " KAISER SIGHS FOR FIGHT? Would I'liiimii-r llnlf l''iirnir If He 1 1 ml IViiuli l.lkr Itnllnnaf f(l Coble ftmpntcli to 'Tnr. Sin I lti:iu.!N, April 12, Homo rtir turn lmn ' rniitwl hum bv tlm nmwrtloli ol' llio .''nut- ' Itlult tlmn when tlm Kiiisor wnn In onico rtwntly ho wilt! to.SlKiior Cimitil, n mom-1 Imt of tho Chamlwr of Ieputiin' "If I hud a Moplo iih inlcllinciit and patriot lu ax tlm IlnliaiiH I would coiKpior half of huroM. Tho clitics and ncpptloH n-mpoollviMy uro bimy In illmiwinc I ho report DEATH DUTY OF $1,400,000. Mmnlnnra Ilia KnulUli KMnlr la Tmnl llratll). Marenni WireleuM lieepotrtt to Tnr Kr. ( l.osi'ON, April IV. Tho will of I ion I .Ion'i (larvey, a wln inri'h'i lit of .lere do la l'rontera,Si.iin. hlinwH that he owned an I'.tmlixli estate v.ilimd at f'MMI.71.1. on which tho ejecutor- will hive to piy death duties amounting to ll.lOO.or). efdverHsGmony JHN DAVID Edited by $ma4t, fVORSAY, the sreat m J dandy, was font, of M drawling, "I carry the key to Me on my head." Nothing personalizes you so much as your Hat. It may denote character or carica turewisdom or folly the poise and repose of the worldling or the callowness and shallowness of the fledg ling. Your Hat is You its very angle draws an angle on the manner of man you are. Seven men out nf ten wear im hrmiiuna Hats. Tile other three wear- n Itntlnfe llnelof slnne has mastered the trick of fashion liu innllealile, niouldahln Huts that "Play up" your fcaline. Slap on a Itoelnfs: clap on a 1,'oelofs: silo It down: (Up It un' pitch It backward twltrh It tnruard-ynu tnn't mai.e It wii'foir yon. MnHr Int flnrmli Drihi'x, H3. 4, HI s ( II ills, M3 It H2D if JMN DVID 12.0ELOFS Hats Stes-BiochSmartClothes Broadwtv al32i-St-oot CHINESE LOYALISTS Mow Down Whole Companies at Nankin Executioners Complete .ltdi. 'f.l-. -nl MVfVf.- -vt .s'jKrfn '11 Tilfc M SiMNnitti. April I-.'. Summary exe cution of ringleaders have cowed the muli'neeis ;il anUin and to-dav the I ,,ya troops ate in supremo control The hughtr there was very great. I hob-companies of there bellious soldiery wer? ,t down by the loyal forces, and lufter tlipy had been put to flight 150 of th" more no' oi ioim of the mutineers and the bandits were hanged up in the open fqtuire ol the city Vi'hil.i the populate watched four jhep'lsinen armed with the keen double tiarrllPd swoius topped on lieam .u last as they ''mid swing their weapons. The siglil. w.ih liorrlfying but seemed to please the spectators, many of whom had been victims cr the wholesale plundering that ha been in progress several clays, l.nNtioy. pt n.-A despatch from Nankin m tli"7"'M s confirms the serious ness of the tmi'inv Two miles of sub urban villages were Iiuiu'hI. I.oynl troops to the numls-p ol iii.ooii surrounded the iniitireeis ,j.( Heri e fighting ensued. Many were Icl'-d on both sides. 'I lie lowil troop gave noquartcr during the liuhling but after th" mutineers sur rendered lli-'v captured and disarmed a thou-iind of them Many made their escape and further fighting is feared. There have been similar occurrences in the nng-tse hmng valley and out-1 breaks on a large scale are Missibe at any moment if funds are not supplied, Tientsin, China. April U Tho city of Tung Chow has been looted by mutinous soldiers, according to news just received here. Following on the troubles at Nankin and elsewhere, this latest outbreak has 'hitmcd the foreign interests, who had hopvl that at last tho Government was securing a firm hold on the situation. SHANGHAI, April 13. One thousand Kiung-si troops mutinied last night iM'cause of the non-payment of their salaries. They liwited and burned several houses and shops, (leu, Huang Hsin, the commander of the tepubhean troops, called out the Cantonese soldiers, who manifested the most complete loyalty. They surrounded the mutineers. There was some flghtim and on" report has it that fitly were killed. The mutiny was repressed and much tool iccnvereri, Phkin, via London and Glace Hay, April I'.', The H'-lgi'in syndicate whi'-li is op posed to the international group of hankers 1ms signed a contract witli China for further preliminary loan of $IO,(i.(i as an advance on th" big loan which is yet to lie arranged, The terms ate similar to those, of a similar previous loan. The Itiissn-Asiatiii Hank is not participating in anv of these linmeial arrangements pi'iiding lh' settlement of the cpiestion of Hussia's entry int the International group. CHAUFFEURS THROW BOMB. I'nrli MrlW.-ri llliin I .iitn Cut nnil tlr I'll; . Specwl t'ttbtr ftftyntrt lit Tnr. Si .. l't:M, April 11'. Tho rvploFlon of i bnnib tliro'vn, It Is mippiwil, by srl1 liiK chauffeurs caused Kreat alarm to- ilny. The Imiiiio wnH thrown into an ruto in the Kile lie I.yoli. Tho auto wnu smashed to bits, but the chauffeur and bystanders e.ienpcd with mlnui' Injiuleji, to tho amazement of the pulke. The. auto inb wan proceedliiK from tlm Place; de la UhMIUi to the Kreat railroad depot ftt the l.yonn line. Man- win down In the lclnty .were sniatdH'd. ENGLISH COAL PRICE DROPS. i I'nll n f U,'t la lllttuent lininin line llnr. .Vurnvtl Vlreletit liettutlch lo Tan Sui, i -I..-.. 11.... Ol 'l'l... I... .!"-., .It. ' i i1il ll l-i l ll" i Ipric of coal dropped a ton to-day, 'l'hit i the blRceHl lal! eer known in one ! day. The re'liii'lion, of I'lmrh?, i- Hi". dliect reMllt of the leMIUiptinn of work in the mine? CVIICI.IS III I.N HMII I. rrMcrlnc erlelii'il oi.ii v .s.it'trfii-tMi iiunrniiirrii THE THOS. I. STEWART CO. QARPET LEANSING "aHnn lin.nt I i:rir tur. SUi Jtro lll. I'hone iss Men's Silk Hose Sale 12,372 pairs today at 29c 4,922 pairs today at 18c The best silk hose values that ever walked on two feet 1 Each season wc take it upon ourselves to do the really big thing in silk hose values for men. Thus, today, wc have assembled in two of our main aisles 17,000 pairs of fine quality silk and silk plaited hose, at a liberal. saving on customary prices. They arc the biggest values of the season and come to us from a couple of makers who were of the opinion that they had exceeded the demand of their clientele. The transaction simply resolved itself into the purchase of our great distributing facilities by liberal reductions, and wc would gladly have taken twice the quantity on the same basis. Both values come in ideal Summer weight for wear with your new Oxford tics. Men's Silk Hose , value 50c. at 29c I All silk hose, in plain colors, such as tan, navy, gray, purple, lavender, garnet and black. Also, a full range of colors with white stripes. After that come the two-tone effects which sel dom get as low in price as in this sale. They include black and garnet, blue and black, black and white, purple and black, green and black, and other smart combinations. Men's Black Silk Plaited Hose at 18c j The silk plaited hose is a stocking made for looks and wear. To attain the first, it is silk plaited over the outside, and its chief wearing quality consists in the fact that it is made of link on thc inside. One of thc best wearing hose made. All black. Men's Silk Knitted Scarfs values 1.50 & 2.00. . today at 1.15 An important clean-up beginning this morning. I Every little clean-up has a meaning of its own. There arc 900 all-silk knitted scarfs in this offering, and rather than continue to lead a life obscure they have unani mously adopted thc low price of 1. 1 5 in a laudable en deavor to get tied up at thc earliest possible moment. 1 All silk accordcon and crochet knitted scarfs in all the colors of thc rainbow and a few besides, and in stripe combinations that arc a positive joy to thc eye. Hand some, soft, negotiable, clastic as credit. Men's Silk Knitted Scarfs value 1.00. . . today at 50c. I 1200 all-silk knitted scarfs, in regimental stripes and plain accordcon effects. All thc good colors. Regular dollar value, which is to say, that outside of this sale and outside of Saks', knitted scarfs of this superior qual ity stick round thc dollar sign all thc time. Beautiful neckwear that tics into position easily and comes out of thc knots of life without a ravel or a wrinkle. You will never spend fifty cents to better advantage. Broadway at 3'Uh Street DREICLR&G! fcii AuLISHl-D 1870 PEARLS JEWELS Jewels of great importance and many with historic associations may be found here Wc give equnl attention to le.-s im portant jewels, and our endeavors arc far reaching in obtaining jewels of quality. 560 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK r i. ii. turner VALET HELPED JEWEL ROBBERS. I'nrln roller Irrrnt M. lie lter' Serinnl, Who ' oiifrirn. .tperinl fable lifimtrlt In Tnr. Sis I'Aiil. April 1'.'. Tlie police to-nicM ai rested one of th" numeroui valete of M ile'Mier, toe former Mpviran Mlr.lMe , fro whom Ji'V.elry valued al K'ho.ouii wii. htoleu receniiv. I no man ouirs-i. ( l:o wiih implicated in the robbery. II ( Ik Mippor.ed the robbei, have ... la, ljondon, Herlin or Ibmie. i I Mr. Moriinii to llt simile ( in In. I p . . -.: -I i ll. Itmattetl. (a Tat lt'v I'liiiCNrl., April I'.' I 1'ierpont .Mor. can will ko to Monte fai In to-morrow mi his way to Pari". II" will not attend tin ItiaUKu'ralion of lh' now t'amp.mllo ol" V, MarkV .il Venii-. PARKEIl'S DALUAM Citaniri arvi bcntir.ci tits hits IxeTf r nun 10 ii -itore. ui-ty Hair to lt Yru'.iirjl Cclor. ITrw ill nvr raiiinr. BM -I in.l rTirr'.-l Pllll. MY. hri-iio. (iirri)An . Itf nritflr , ".A'IT. H'l ( Hi hv I flUlcrnll, riuUhhiiili I ci rli, ' i lll.' i 'i .(m in. i H. nr. NtiT.t r.s. Central Presbyterian Chursl; WI'-ST UI'll NT. i.lMli llll'IMH' AN rtn wii.tiix .:riii r-ioivii, n. i, I'rcail.csiii It .'t.B.il': .to'Ti-1. i in., tin- nrtWi W I'm '-t'l-r, 'i I' M Ull.i M, Vtxii.tr Min'i ll'li i' i.iivl I l ili ;i p. u , Miiil'iiili .--1 1 t . Hciolion.il Merllnc W rilncMiii' At S I' .l Al.l. WULUJUU. Iii 1 anTwanic.' muui oucet !. mxHiiiii-. Mini i. HFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH .tin .ni'l .Vim yiir-M C rr. ,t II A t .md X p It REV. J. H. JOWETT, M.fl., D.O., .till rirm-li Tlie 'i.i. I.um'ilt nf I ' I el. I S!iniT II t.e-iilif'l rl t Oi nlii imiiin rw Tin ml l-rtw-k .fi lu'i'ii U'f Infiihi I fiiln ai l'i will f riiniiii'!rl to l' .1 t.inimy MhiHi nf Uiiulen flf n tNUt Af TIST UKUHUH i Vit imii . sired ZV VXlrM im Mm in- AiidKim Mnnn.- Icuu. I i'l. lie Wi rslilp. Nrriniint In Rev. GERALD B. SMITH, D. D., I ' '".' "t,li i. Il II .OlH St. Chottia's enurcli 1 UTil AM Mi :.'li si itrv I lt"i:si i si iim:!.. Ii I . itt-i-t.r i- a t lli.i; t'niiimiinli'ii II Mot itio it Scivli'e nnil firimon illr.-tnp ' I i:rii.eni: iul Ailttr'. Illc.-tori hi:n siMirits kiii:miu:i: .loin il.i irrrl i-hniui. nf nii"i ihli-h I-. In !nc iciil'T I hi- illici'ilnn nf Tall I-' r Miiir.oi ill It-. i mui'i'i' Hull nn'oiliurv nl ihc Men and l!cllil"n 1 Inrit.ir.l Mni nii'iil. Ainllinh In I'lili drnernl m'Ikiii j'll Minil.iv nflrinniui Mull lull, nl Vrl ' Mile V M.i V Hull, .lit' .MiToijiml Clulilh An., .ii .' I. Irlnlli I'iiiI-Ii. ( Im it l ii f Ihe Inlrrrrolna. Itnmiinni ,'. IWtli M Tlr Itcv M It. (iflt.-n l ll . Vli'.ir rvith'i" s nnil II M . K p, M, iltti . ri Mr I'i ai i U l.j mil-SipI'dii, 11 A M (Mt Ml I "ill Kill. HomiliMii. ni.it m!7i ",st. Ill Sl,l"l' ',;v. Ili'ilor. : (Hirinri . il ii'i'lnc Prion i s, iPrnii tiili-i GOING QVER?2