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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1912. j
E I GRECIANS WARN CRETANS. CHARLTON CASE DELAY! Athenian r..nrr Tells Islanders l Take fii.t rrtiiiirnt' Advice. .Nwr. f'uW Despatch In Tllf Srv. Aiiii'.nh, April .;. -An official denial has been issued of (Iip statement made rollllllClll Oil Uopl.V From T. S y "wni.WSwHTlfrHatolhertrilh.l v , 1 ' t- Government would resign if tho Hi Will Not Hp KvtVlllliteil Powers did hot solve Ihe Cretan problem fill- li Yniii' 'iM " ,nnMh' ' " Tlu. newspaper I'ulrif say that the I policy of Greece was clearly indorsed avit a conrr ium.ixoiJi1 i11' mM,t i,,w,,,T.m,.wV l,,e ' retnus not to force the hand or Greece I und to uniform to the advice of tho Oov- Autln'I'itlt'S lloltl .Mllll '2 l fill's rnmcht. which iwww the confidence II ' II of the Greek nations Despite objections teenteen Cretan Deputies to the Greek CJiamlierof Deputies arrived here to-day for the purpose of attempting to lake seats In that body, ..fiucpne i im met. in. i rremicr enezeion and Justice on several occasions I "UM ' "no-iticr.(i positively him tney win .,u. im.t inriirmntinn fr..m ii,.. I'"" i." cum'tieu. moo who arrived Ai'irue Hilly Has Nulli fied Treaty. stf, nit rale Despatch to Tiir. 8l I: .mi prlt ST. The Ministry Or. ll.1t I r.lte ' Staler Government as to Porter cli.irlt"n. who murdered his wife and ji?..mI th" body In a triinl.'. which he ..-..I I ti t it I. tit.' it I 'ilMIM tu'fi An -ta n rr. 111"'" " --"" ........... . i.I 1.1 ...1 Tli- U't reply received wax that churl, i "" " "' - i"''""" ".-uu.v ...... ,n wo .Id he hnnded over to the Italian : -''-. ...v.. .v ivi . i... o 1 1. ti. . u u ... utxiun. to-tliy hnl nn ontlris'astlo reception. Additional Deputies .-.re expected on Moral ,y This movement of tho ( ret.ins threatens j,tttti"titleH for trial within ut lenst an oilier .or. He has being kept under nvtli.'.il observation liy the American gilOl'TitlcS, Tim reply If unfavorably coiiimented upon here. The Italians say AnierlcatiH shiil,I nut criticise the delays In ltuly under the Inw, since such dllatorlne.... tn th" mlmlnlstratlon of Justice r.ppar cnt.v pievalls In that country. The judicial Investigation which must pre itile the trial of Charlton will take a( least a year, so It Is not likely that lie will h" bmujhl to trial bofore 1914, or tnur c.irs after the crime was com rnttte.l. It If billovrd here thai If" the youns man had been extradited promptly he would hac been set free much sooner itian this, either by being ncriultted by a Jury or let go after having served 11 f-ln.rt sentence. to reoccupy th" il ml of Crete and the opening of thn t're"'; Ihtnnbcr has hcen postponed for." mourn L! Tlii Time Italian's Triangle Includes a Fntlier antl Son . Traiie Kntl. R l.loyd Clarke, who has been conn fl for Charlton ever since the young man landed here on .tune 23. 1910, said xestrrilay that Charlton's case Is now fa fore th' Supreme Court of the I'nlted Suites and that a decision as to whether 'hailtun can he extradited will not be had until next fall. Porter Charlton will remain In the Hudson county, New .Icrsey, Jail until th" Supreme Court decides whether .uvlor the treaty of 1S6S he la extradi table for the murder of his wife In .tunc. 191". Ms father. Judge Charlton, who Is now the Judge of the I'nlted States Court in Porto Hlco. Rot out a writ of habeas corpus shortly after the vnung man came to this country and was arrested for the murder of lilu wife, itlnnche Scott Castle Charlton. The lower courts denied the wAl asked for by Judge Chnrlton and Mr. Clarke appealed to the Supreme Court of the I'nlted States on constitutional grounds. Ills argument was that Italy's trench of the extradition treaty per mitted the I'nlted States no right to 'urn over to the Italian Gnvernmen any alleged criminal n reprehended here. That Is the main point that the Supreme Court will rule on In the Charlton case. Mr. CLirki! argued that In 1SSS In the Pdladlnl case, in 1889 in the Vlvlll.i av. In l9t In th.- Ilcllpopo ease, and n 1S9I In the 1)1 Itlasl case, the State Pepnrtment wan unable to secure. e tr.idltlnn from Italy of defendants want.il here. The whole argument In the Charlton i.ife Is that the treaty of extradition ".wen Italy nnd thin eountrv lins 'en nullified by the refusal of the 1 aU.in Government to permit the ex ruiltion of Italians who have been vjiited here for alleged criminal acts. I- Clarke said yesterday that Italv ins InMMcd that the word "pnr.'.on.s'' ! in.'iitlnned In the treaty did not npplv ' "eltlzenf." I Marll on case on appeal from " e 1 nlt.-d States Circuit Court Is now-tin- I'.lleiidlll- of the Supreme Court ii- I'nlted States and will be heard. ' is 'lk ly, iiet fall. ' li.iillon, who has now been In prison " more 'linn two years, spends a great 'I'' of his time In writing poet re He i'd one of his Jailers In the Hudson intintv iuImiii In Jersey City that he Is rgieed In writing a novel based upon -m n xpcrlenceu. He occupies a cell ' hlnwif on the ground tloor of the i' He Is regarded as a model prls "'.'f and spends mot of his tint" read- 'is n wspaperx und novels. He does i have to rely upon the ordinary ' "n fare, but is well supplied with Hon. v and can order extru meals when- ' he f.ds like It. .spm : (MMe )..'W (1 TttK sex. I'ARlt, April l'7 (iahriele d'Annunrio has co-npbtd a libretto for n dramatic ojiera for which Mrai;ni is writini? th music. Tlie scene of the opera is laid in the cirly part of the fourteenth century A young girl named Mrfainn Malalfxla has married an elderly widower named ,Vico!o. Sh Incomes emimourcd with her hus'.i.'.nd's son ("co. and the couple confo-n t'neir love during a pilgrimage to the Notre IV mo at I.orette. Xkcolo sur prises them .-.r.d U r.bout to thrust his poniard through the curtain which hides tho lover when I'ariblna cries out: "It's your soul" Xiccoto hands over the couple to juMice and in tho lust act they are seen awaiting death in a dungeon. It W reported hero that the opera w ill ho produced simultane ously in Paris and Milcn, hut the Paris Opera s.yH that tho negotiations have not commenced as yet. Tho t..sk of awarding the triennial Osiris prize of loo.ooo francs has proved too much for tho Institute of FYance. The founder of the prize wished to recom pense tho person who trade the most re- markable discovery or did the most re markable work in science, letters, artsor industry It was suggested that the inventors of wireless telegraphy, especially M. Hranly. should Iks awarded the pne, as theTitani; disaster hnd acain shown the importance of the discovery hut Oils proposal was ruled out as dating too far back. Other oorsons wished the prize to go to the Trench Medical School at Beirut, but in stitutions of s'i'.-h a nature were not con sidered qualified under the will establish ing the pi ie. The institute will ie."rve the prize for three years, when it will lie allowed an unrestricted cho'ce Then, it is lelieved, I it will grant the award to the Beirut .Medical School. The previous winners were Prof. Koux of the Pasteur Institute, M Sorel, the writer, and jointly between M. Harlot and M. Volin, the aviators. .M. Pujalet. the new director of the louvre, lias decided to remove the gla-s which his tredei-esor. M. Honiolle, placed in the framer. of the most notable pic tures, especially the Hembrandts, to pro tect them after several hail been cut nnd Moratehtd, The pictute lovers aiu now rejoicing over the removal of I he glass, as the reflection prevented them from see ing the pirturs proporlv. WALES MAY VI3IT AMERICA. TITANIC SAILORS IN PORT, Will He Kepi Prisoners Prnctli-nll J I nlll i:llrnce In Taken, Pi 1 Mucin, April 27. Thy lied Star ti" Lapland, with some of the crew of 'li' luanic aboard, will arrive hero at ' liii h Sunday morning. Tho men 'f.i' ticiillv will be kept prisoners on the 1 while the solicitors of tho Whim s or mpany and the Hoard of Trade a . 'In- preliminary dcpo,i;ions in order t. -1 leet witnesses for the wreck com ."t 'li, of which Lord Mersey is chair m.ifi '1 lie stewardesses will go to a local t)'t..i win bo paid oil here m .-.t tlio-is who ure wanted as wit- n' and will probably reach South- iiti'i iri net Tuesday, lie Whit.. Star Line directors refused re ,ii( ht of lorty newspaper men to .i'1'iwed lio.ird tho ljplnud when iin'ius to-morrow morniui: inter i' t'ie ruemheiH of t'lu Tit uiie's who an. on that vessel. Harold vi" Iitmiii, ih inatiacing drecior, o 1..1M. ( t, . n was the request ol the ll"..ri 01 I Mil., that representatives of ii"Uii,ipef s should not be allowed 1 "Hue in contact with the crew until i' f iieituis lor that depai tuieut of the '"M'niineiit had takf.n tho depositions ' '.ie suivivors. After this had been ' if the crew left the docks they "iid be at the disposition of the re- ! "'elk ii Ito.itd or Trade o(Iicial. with a 10 e m I VMeU'rilel a .1 1'l'i V'efl bis mornlnp. I lie general public hero regards the ' l r" 'ling with misRivinss no! lll'Oi er w h suspicion. EX-GAMBLER IS INDIGNANT. " ol Hp Itrrsseil In Waininn'a 'l.iiliiim ,,, ,.Hip From Tltnule. ( ihlr HrfimHIi In TlIK SUf.. ' "' 'r prll t'S. Tliu Vullti Chron " ' ' ' wii.-l a moi v from New Vork re- ,ii'iil how two gainhl"rs on the ii. wtm Ken, known as l)oo Owen li l limner, look ict'ugo in one "' iir.'boais ilics.-i'd in women's es ni'ldV iiioinliig a Six oorre ' ' 1 met l)..o Owen heie He iv is an alHiiauuiblo He. He sleaui-liip grufl I'orover "' on l lie Titunin, ho says, u dung bis iiollcitors with a I in uiuiing suits ajalnst thoM lu iiip'igiied hii cuaracter. A$P' ' " Bring the concert-hall to your own home. Make the treasured concert an always-to-be-enjoyed affair. 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A Unique Victor Department Aeolian Hall New York AEOLIAN COMPANY The Largest Manufacturers of Musical Instruments in the World 362 Fifth Avenue Near 34th Street I were Jee Strain, son of Isidor Straus, who wa lost on the Titanic; (len. Yermo lolT, the Hus-ian tnllita y attache at I,on- I don. who is on his wav to Washington to Attend the International Hed I'ross Con-' 1 isre.-s; Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar Selwyn. the ' latter better known us MarRaref Mayo, 1 the author; O. H. Whalen, president of the OF RISE IN RENTES? i Prince In I'lillnn (irnnilfiithrr'a lllni.le. Purls Hears. ,jiim7 '"..'.If (r.;t7. lu Tiir. Sin I'Mits, April "7. -The Prince of Wales who is now in this city, will shortly visit the I. nltrd States, according to a report in the Cri '- I'iU-U. Tho'report says the Princo will stay heie until well Into the summer, after which. In accordance with plans mapped out by the Uto Kln-j Kdward, ho will journey to Mnerlca to receive th? "cmuing inr.urneo 01 ine Wear.. rn world.' His grandfather visited the I'nitcd M-itcsas the Prince of Wales In the VOs. WILL ENTER NEW YORK MARKET I'orto It leu n Ciiffrr ir ! ,l.i K IiiIiIUIi ltoillln I'lnnt. Aief. it Cahlr Drapftth In Tiir Sc.s San .Ipan, P. H.. April 27. IJ. W. May. director of the agricultural experimental station, has gone to Washington to urgs tho early conveyance of Federal lands in exchange for insular Clovernmont property, which is needed for important projects. Tliu coffee growers have organized Tor th piirposi of securing n goes! hiar ket. They will establish a roasting plant in New York city. The. growers are trying to obtain financial aid from tho insular Government. France 'amra Governor of Morocco. S'ifri.il Cable Dispatch to Tin. M'N. Ramiiouili.kt, France, April 27, Gen, I.yautey was selected nt a Cabinet meet ing to-dav as the resident French Gov ernor of Morocco. This action followed tho decision that the conditions in Mo rocco demanded tho Immediate establish ment of a protectorate under tho hand of an experienced officer, lliirlnl ut Justin VleCuit liy. ,ir itt I'-iMe lltsputcli to Tint Mux. London-, April V7. 'Ihelunernlof Justin Mcl'nrthv was held to-day. Hurial wa in llumpsteacl cemetery, the procession including John Itedmond, I . P. O Connor, John IMIlon nnd most of tho Nationalist members of Parliament. United States Alabama dor Heid sent u floral piece. Wllhrmliin In Vlalt Paris. .sprcC fable lriimich In Thk m-n, Paiiis. April 27- Quen Wilhelmina of Holland and the Princo Consort plun a visit to Pari in Junf. C.ermnnr t.miiiehe nattlenhlp. .Vfilcl CaMt nfiratfti In THI Hvr r Beklin', April 27, Germany's thirteenth dreadnought, the Kcenlg Albert, wa hunched at Danalf to-day in the pre nee of the King of Baiony. , ,. ,. -v. .United Cigar Stores Company, with his. , , ... Appt'lll'S hoi'llinll.V on ItottCIl I S((tl liml dhter.in.law. The latter will SoiialOl'illl Committee Pl'OpOSP: KtW I WO ( Olll't I.PVCPS return to Kngland directly to buym conn- Kiinii ioll of State Fluids Two State Hallo. try houee. Ihe Olymjiic b mulls went forward by the I.usitania. Another West ICnd caravansary, the pi iv VfMl linilP ilinl ",cit magnificent yet. the Green Park I. A . Mlt( ltUHr. MIU" Hotel, is plann.l for Piccadilly. overlook. I ing Green Park. Tho erection of the Liii'v.1' Aiiici inui Kntrifs Ex- ''''"ding win necessitate the demolition KamoII(l T,Prv SlIVS AlllOllIlt of .. .....i in.. ..!.. :.. I.. 'of a great block of propiTty. It is under- r.miiuiiu ' " ' , to the fiscal, political nnd social poliry of the various administrations, but SI. Thery dops not believe this, he giving the opinion that tjie enormous amount of securities created during the period as tho true cause of the decline. This, he points out, has lieen general, France's threes losing I2.lt per cent.. England's 2,-I.M per cent,, Danish 20, Swiss 20.3, Nor wegian 19.4, Swedish 19.1, Prussian, Iturhlnn. Holland 17.3 nnd nelgian 10.7. The State railways budget for 1913 has ben transmitted by the Slinister of Public WorkH to tho Rudget Committee. The ...... it"rnTi IV tliVtVI'P Jli"'1l'r rectifies the estimated deficit 31 A I r . HI It I AIM A.M I. for 10:. :. now ii..- lanetl at 84.4I5.000 francs. He estimates tho deficit for 1913 at 89,S7l,ooo francs. From Tux. jit'ctetl Ititr Prizes in In tei'iuitioniil .Meet. New St'fiirities Ciuise'tl Previous Decline. .vpfri.it CaMf netpnlch to Tut. M-s. Pai.ih. Anril 27. The past week has stood that Sir liichard Sutton, wko re cently came of age and is very wealthy, is to promote tho new venture. The Canadian Pacific's steamship Iike imviiI CMt DespaUh in Tun sex. Michigan arrived rt Port London to-day, London, April 27. King George opened three days overdue. She reporta that siio the season to-day by aparing for the had a narrow escape from being sunk I seen a two point rise in rentes which is llrst time on horseback on llotten How. 'while crossing tho Banks of Nowfound- a welcome change from the steady de Tlie season promise, to lie crowded with , land. The Lake Michigan was 180 miles oline so long marking the State funds, gayety owing to the Industrial crisis and from tho Titanic and in the scftio ice As there N no apparent cau-e. externally to tho court mourning having postponed fields. Her captain says he heard tho or Internally, for'this impiovetnent it ninny earlier events. Thero will bo two ilistret-s signals, but was unable to move has been ascribed to tho Senatorial coin courts, one on May 1 1 and another on May on account of the icebergs. Ho counted Inju,.,'s proposals for fiscal reform which 2D. and levees on May 2t and June i:t, in thirty-five enormous ones. mw n(jw hem (Jlawn Hrte. ,u hsll addition to one or two State balls, 'I heir' 'which passed the Chamlwr has been Majesties will lo the guests during tho AUTO KILLS TWO: RUNS AWAY, under its consideration for to year-. season of the Duke of Hoxhurghe, the jt jH ot known whether tho Ministry I Duke of Devonshire, the Marquis of im.iiikIis Tlinmuh finim of Street will accept the committee's proposals, Salisbury, the Earl or Derby and Lord' w,lrk,.r A ,'hnonur .rre.tr.l. which uro radically different from those Farnuhar. His Majesty's most im-' r,f tb.. ('Iinnilsir. It Is iiiemature to give .' ... ..... ... ... I... 1.1... .. .I IlAUTr... t.ll n- . l.-ll,,ln,. !, A.U " '. .. ... I .4 portam puouc eugugerneius oesiues im; ....r,. ...,..,. ... . u..un...K ..... "" (hem in detail; nut a clause exeinpis aiu jietropolltan Museum of cnamy inuiiu.-e ui ji..iiuii.-i ri.-io s un'ut ....... , v. ...p, w i.xisting r renrn niaie i imu. i nun i Yopk House are ine naval ami military tourna ment and tho International!! orse Show from June 17 to June 29. Other local "shows" which the King will witness will be the races for tho Derby and tho Oaks and tho Ascot meeting and ajso the in auguration in July of the new docks at POPE POSTPONES CONSISTORY. .Mtlionuh Vntlenn llrnlrs Alnrmlnrc llmiiora nn In llenlth. .Vi'rcl'it (.'iiti.V Urtpcteh t Tiir. Sis, 1!omk, April 27.- The Onicnalorc llomauo temi-officially denies the alarm ing rumors as to tho health of Popu Pius X., which, it sayR, are be lled by his numerous daily audi ences. The correspondent of Tun Sun learns, however, that despite the optimism of the Vatican tho doctors, while admitting that a recurrence of the gout is unlikely, fear that tho Pope's overwork may develop nephritis. Mean while the consistory which was expected at the end of April has been postponed. Kdwurd Kobinson, director of the Art of Now city, spent part of his leave of ah- GEORGETOWN TO CELEBRATE. at 12:30 A. M. to-day John A. Slaloy was arrested on a wurrant charging manslaughter. Slaloy is a chauffeur employed by S Woolwich. This will be the first royal , Vorenberg, n Ilostou merchant. Besides water pageant in many years, Owing to tho delay in issuing the prize list for the International Horse Show at nivmnin it is iinonsslbln to snv how Inrire ' its unconscious victims where they fell tho American entries will bo. They will I crumpled and dying in tha utreet the ... .. i i. .11 . i I machine rontinued nt hiah snood unit Close oil 'my nun ill" .uipuuun oir ouir automobile that crashed into gang of en, tnxiTtIon. Ah w.norally believed. , is going from this city .......... . ...... ................ on.-ut others are (Halloed. i,.. ... i i.,......i i. i.i ...... 11.. This assurance of continued exempjion ,,,,,, very fllvorably impressed with is considered the main factor lor the tl1) beautv or tho Villa Aurella, on tho week's rise, as the Chamber had voted . ...i ....... n. w,preth e nrolectod American to treat rentes like any other security. I Academy is to be built. Tho academy The committee retains the income t. ()romi8es to be tho best situated in Home, but proposes that the taxpayer declare Mr toi,m8on w,yK death of Frank his Income himself, thus avoiding the m,it tll0 prt.rtident or the conaolidated Inquisitorial proceedings which made- American Academies, who had charge the idea of an income tax so distasteful )f ,h worki w, ot ,,e,ay )ho hutlding to the rrench taxpayers, t no committee r , uoyl ft0fl,emy. ns uil arrangements proposes u considerabl" increase in thelluul ,IMn compPtod lt.rore ho sailed on taxutlon on foreign securities. , TiUlnlo nml thn ,,UIm wnch Mr, llentcs closed on Dec. 31, 1011. nt 01, Millet was carrying to New York can bo francs It) centimes; a week ago they , ,i,,ii,.niP1i oasllv. Slcnor Calassl. the tho chauffeur thero were three men and a woman in tho automobile. After plugh ing through the work gang and leaving 'machine continued at high speed und disappeared before its number could be nscertnined, Tho nolice after several hours inves tigation found the automobile in a ga fill that the United States will play its usual large part in tho show. Judge Moore has ulre-uly indicated his intention loexhibit, and it ishoped thut K.'J'.Stotes- rage hearing ovidences of its fatal col-1 closed at 91.75, meaning n shrinkage .Mil 111 ll I I'roni r York lit Help I moll n Monument. At n mooting last night of th" New York alumni of Georgetown I'uiverity at the Waldorf-Astorie. nrrauge:nnt' were m:ido for members t o r.'.tend the celebration incident to the unveiling of tho Carroll mouuuie;.!, presented by the nlumnl as a memorir.l of Archbishop John Carroll, Ihe folilider of the university The exercises will continue from May 2 until Slay II On May 1 the monument will Im. unveiled. Chief Justice Whitoof the United State, Supreme t'onit will make tho pre.-tciite'ion ivltires.1. und there will be speeches by President Tr.ft, Cr.rdinul Gibbons, Specker Champ Clark and the Austrir.n Ambassador On the evening of May l the annual dinner of thA alumni will bo held at the New Willard hotel and the following evening a dinner will bo given in honor or .lorni l). Whitney, who w,ts president of tho university from ls9s to inn Among those who will go from this cl!y hm J. Lynch Pendergast. ihe president of tho' New York alumni society; John (i Ag.".r. William Aden. John J Kirby, Martin Conboy and Deniel H Murray. The'New York delegiition will be iolned by I'Uother from Hiwtoii am) the New Knglenti Hlutes headed by ex-Gov .latnes II Higgins of Ithode Islii'id. Aft hi- thrt exercises in Washington t hit two pnrtli will return with other ulumni lo si Georgetown pli-.v Fordhi-m Uliiveraliy nnd Slanhrtta-i Colleger - br.ielcll OLD SHIP SUCCESS CRIPPLED. Cunt let TrniiHiorl on Was In t . H. Slops for ltrinli. tprrittt I'ahlf Dtfpnleh to Till: Si v London-, April 27, The old i onv let ship Success, which Is on the way lo the United Stutes, has been lowed Into Cork, Ireland, for repairs, Toll I'll! UO Cents n Word. ,s';ifr,il Cable Despatch t i 'I'm: Hi M Pamh, April 2S,Th cable tolls from Franco to South America Irivo l9tti reducod twenty cents a word. bury will also participate. Tho prizes reach tho record amount of Iflj.ooo, of lis ion. in the value of the holdings of Wl'.VKxi.ooo I ho dead men aro Thomas Donahue .francs. This week's rise has reduced which W.. is in cash and tho remainder , jciurTVuu" aiul in.e nal inj I to one-.hird. Ono cau of the in trophies. Among the Americans who , m I'nnnnllv hnd n l brnlrnn i recent weakness Is ascribed tto tho issue will act as judges are Alfred G, Vander- bilt, J. C, Groome, h. Vunderhorst Koch and Llewellyn .Meredith, Judge SInore, !r. Slotesbury and .Mr. and .Mrs. Vander- I ii It huve already reserved boxes Moth sustained i leg broken, llllikthrrlii I'lour Melon Hull, Hoi nt Oimm.k, N. ,)., Apill 27 -Splon Hall Coll.'tfe Is ( In-eil bernlise ot ilii.hllinrin Jena deuth and locr . nse in the iiillrinnrv Special attention will l. devoted to the , V , ' V ' ::; iTJi u ' r U ? r..' " I military features of the show, not only .been exposed to Hie disease are under ob- (nnmlnc but also exhibitions or mllltarv ""lVl""".nl ,'"' hillrin.iry. Nearly all the jumping out aiso i xuiiiuions oi military njpn,B mv unm i,,,,,,,. ,e death w horse training. No woid has yet lMsuilint nl t harlrs I'uulisli, n yeais old, a Mil, lent in imwey iihii, t lie iirt'imrulorv Komaii architect, has copies of the plans, L0WTHER OPTIMIST TO END. Did French Aeroplane I'linil I. rims, . el Cnlile Drrinitch In THI M" Paius, April 2s, 'Ine l-'n-ncn iiiiiuiui aeroplano subscription lias M"ic'i"d $00,(K)0. ' i LUNCHEON teeeived as lo whether American cavalry officers will compete again this year, There was not a single berth left on the Lusltanit, which sailed for New York to. day, Among the passengers on board ... .. . .. ,.... .it......... ' , of Statu railway slock ut four per cent , but this is controverted on the ground Himself In Wrlllnw Will. j that it Is impossible that tho issue of Special Coble Dap&Hh to Tills M'N, j auo.ocu.iKM francs In i-ecurities would so London, April 27 Tho will of the greatly uffect such a largo amount us Hon William Lowther, father of the tho whole of Ihe rentes, which total Speaker of the House of Commons, waa I ubout '.'.KKi.ono.fKio francs, 1 filed for probate to-day Tho estate i( Film, mil Thery, one of France's flnan-' valued ut )2,330,975, on which Ihe death' cial authorities, points out that the French duties are 290,(K), In view of the loot three per cents, on Oct in, 197, were that lh deceased was 9u years of age minted at in:, francs 2.'. centimes, the ' .? ',,,',:e',J'n.P i ""'i'jM'"1 .lnJu . "Mr ll.u UL .i.a...V.. . t . . j . ii . ' 11IIHI Willi llt.l'lllliriiin mino'nwni m ills i:nilish oi le & nn.u. . w" jesr. , HO ,onl in Beptemlwr. 1909. ho sy: I A" lTlrhsrd V Freemw ol r'8omh 0?wJ "X w""e at OI.U. the loweet for twenty , - do not take too gloomya tlew of Ar is the college pli) iciu, years. This decline lias Leon attribulwl , self." hi liiuil, lie una ill nearly a wool, in the iiinrinary l externa)' lie hs taken to Ids Home, wnrreiieuien rrT1SjJs-i-Ii? t!?T! 3 Mmustard jjt 1 nn ii u "V"1 not 1 1 UU j Cot-niMdjisiitr U Ill'.l-lflOUS HAJtD-HOII.KI) II.CS I. In. lw.,lfl. hit tiA I n.vin.A, At Bllratasa it-Kiira. ftrocsri- fttaisf. .