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Rain to-day; fair and colder to-morrow; southeast to northwest winds. Detailed weather reports will be found on page 15. VOL. IiXXX. NO. 202. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1913. Copvrioht, ltlS, bv the Sun Printing and rublUMnp Atteeiallen. PRICE TWO CENTS. BRYAN'S OFFICE IS TOPSY-TURVY Not Kvcn fliinn Is In formed of Policy on IKg Loan. POWI-HS ARK IGNORED Huntington Wilson Quits Willi Sharp l.clter to President. SI.K.HTKD IN THE DECISION fJiTH'tarv of State Told Up Need Not Hurry Hack to Washington. Wajiiisoton, March 20. President Wlif In his reversal of the national jio'Jcv toward China has rnlsed nn ls mc which will not subside Immediately. Tf.li was Indicated to-day by the an nouncement of the resignation of Hunt liyrton Wilson as acting Secretnry of Ftat" and the making public of his letter to the President. The acting Secretary considered him df In a humiliating and untenable position when he discovered through the newspapers that tho policy with vh'.ch 'he had been most Intimately con nected had been discarded practically ovr nlffht by tho new Administration. He objected that he had not been con sulted by President Wilson, although t. was actually nt the head of the Flat department In Secretary llryan's tbsence, and In fact had consented at lorsonal eacrlflce and nt tho solicitation of Secretary Bryan to remain as As sistant Secretary of State and give the new Administration the benefit of his familiarity with the foreign relations of the I'nlted States. Caused a Bis Stir. Mr. Wilson Informed the President that he could no longer serve under an administration which had acted so hastily, nor could he attempt to reflect the views of the President on matters it foreign policy. Tho acting Secretary (f State set forth his views not only on H own position but also on the acts md methods of the new Administration la such a sharp manner that his letter caused a bis stir In olllcial circles. y. i- v everybody yminthlzed with him l-i h s complnlnt of the humiliation to he had been subjected, but till" f .ng In his favor was offset by crltl (i.m ' his attempt to "lecture'" the new J'-c'-Vnt. I'ji more Important than Acting Heo r'arv Wilson's resignation was the fact h e1! became known to-diy thnt no t . 'ai. been taken by the tiresent . rr "'"'ration to notify the Govern ' the five other Powers with n, 'he Cnl'.ed States has been acting - c r"-er fnr the lat four years re-fa-'l'rg ('Mna that the Chinese policy e 1'nitcd States has been over i -n' : ! was learned to-day that not even ; ernment of China Itself has been r ! In regard to this Important step. 'he !oernments with which the ' r. i States had been negotiating on tk 1 ' .nee situation have been left to it w'-iat the n-w Administration Vs ne ' iroigh the versions that the - iirspa'ehe" of the pevernt nations v g. en of President Wilson's net. T : i.T on. It was wild" to-day, 1" unri-f eden'ed and contrary to all usjge ''I 1'a .ntrs between governments on n ti ,-irr ' r .rrent negotiation. High i' mn' In Washington while refrain. s 'r "i commenting for publication ' f iren astounded at tho proceeding 'i h i f "wm have likened it to thej ' i n-. i .f one pirtner from a part r w th.iin any notification to his (si The Indications are that tho f the Wilson Administration to "1 1 -h s i-o.irtesy to the Ave Powers "d ,th thn I'nlted States In tho i it '. i". ms -ni'l result In embarrassing c l .pmn's It already has crentwl f r.r easan situation for the dlplo ' representatives of the five Powers I Wh-h'ngton. T ... me expected to keep their Gov ''dwi'ji Informed of developments In t . thn foreign potlcy of tho 1 r -H sintes Government, but In this " have had no ottlclal notiflca ' and have been obliged to depend " ' n the President's statement an I "1 In tho newspapers. Ho e .Inch Kiplnlnln" In nn. I '.nib rslornl that some of these - "' "ii-i-iili rs have had a lot of ex I nirg "i do nt home, as to why tho ',r"! p r.'lc had Information on this t " i lefure it was reported by them ' "ir I'.ireign f'f flees. ' n1 vitlon Is all the more sur t " t...' 1n v lew of the fact that no con 'iT'i,. I, nil arisen In regard to thn 1 r' '-in which made necessary tho Ir"n Baton of the President's slate- 1 1 i .lays ago. It Is said there was ' i me for the notification of the 'l-w ernnif nts as to the lews of w Administration and also for a''"n -with pemons familiar with 'is m china nnd tho records of "s nf negotiation' which had r, H.f. piesent six Power agree- nm. nam eriect or Mr. nsnn s i in H.i.e longer has been In' ' ii" gt ncriillj ileiiiniiilU:ed con-i - ' i if Sinte I)f niirtiuent. Kver , I t l M. I f i. 'if'finniin on which Mr. Hryan !"" i niKlltlnns of the Penart-. i b coine Increasingly i haotic. n's icsignatlon has now left , iitllien' ll ndless, except for ", liters ' Aoo Second Asslblaut Sec Stale f..i mole than twentN ", has been drnignalcd acting Continued ott BUth Pane. SHORTAGE OF $70,000 CHARGED. , pi Orleans Insurance Mnn tn llnte Kept Premiums, Nr.w Ont.RANK, .Mutch 20. A. O, Pes- ( poii, deposed local manage of the Colon Central Life Insurance Company. . was nrresled tn-day charged with fur- Merles and einbc.zlonionts which may aggregate $70,000. i Afflilnvlts charging him with forcing fmir notes for several hutiriKcd dollars , each were Uteri by District Attorney , Lur.cnborg. Others will tie tiled In a few. days, I'essou's arrest followed an unexpected Investigation of his books. He Is guilty ' nf forRerlcs excedlnR $fft.00f, the DIs- i trict Attorney alleges. Outright embez zlements may leach $10,000, It Is said. The former manager Is charged with haying Kept money Riven to him b pollcyliolders as premiums. lie would , accept thi cash and then forgo a note. signing the name of the polio holder i for the nmount. and send It to the head ' 1 office of the company at Cincinnati, Is , the assertion of the company's officers. Tlie Insurance company Is the only loser. It Is said. "I have done, nothing wrong," Pessoii maintained 1 1 is bond was lived at $13,000 on each of the four charges. THICK FOG SHROUDS ADVENT OF SPRING Hothers Ferries and Holds Liners mid Other Shipping. The fop that enshrouded the city and blanketed the wntcrs of the bay nnd rivers Intermittently all day yesterday was nt Its worst late last nlpht and early this morning. The weather prophet In his lofty 'ometer laboratory In the Whitehall Iluildtiig could see nothing of the city or the harbor beneath him. He said he felt as If he were up In a balloon, surrounded on rill sides by ntmosphere, somewhat moist and utmost chewable. The chart that he was making up showed that New Vork was In the very J thickest of the fog visitation, which ex- tended no further east than Mock Is- j land nnd not so far south as Atlantic City. It appeared to be a fog especially 1 orewed for these horouRhs. All the ferryboats had a liaro time flndlne their sllns ,.n.l l..r wn. ' supernaviRatlon on the part of skippers ' -... ...v .mi ..v. i.i o RettlnR their bearings. The lonR dls- HVX nTr; the foot of Cortlandt street to Wee " n-"-n hawken, went out of commission alto gether. - The Post Office building mingled its grnnlt with the crny of the mist so effectually at midnight that It vanished from th view of folks onlv t-o far away as Tun Si n office nnd the iniKinlike face of the City Hull dock went Into eclipse. Local na Igf.tion. except by fi rr bun's. ..e.,...i..iii. i i i as he rianuer'.if , uTon WaV ' Z ' "in hum- im iiiit-i iMMt uil i ill iMH.it".! than ln any petlod of recent obscura-i Welfare Board which mas be eslali tlon. The White Star liner Majestic. ' n-bed bv the I....-i.vl..iMr.. t i....i win. which reported herself pissing Nan tucket early In the morning, anchored somewhere oUtlde the Hook, nnd other less Important llnets were held up be tween the Hook and their piers The North German l'.oyd steamship Grosser Kurfuerst, returning from a cruise t-. the West Indies, was forced to anchor off the Hook, hut later in u rift In the murk ho groped hr way to Cjuarantlne. Her skipper decided to stay in the bay rather than rik feeling his way to the dock In Hoboken. A southeasterly wind rolled the fog In from the sea and until the wind changes and the temperature rises we are no', likely to have clear skies. The vernnl season arrived at ten min utes past 12 this morning, when the sun crossed the equator, but the as pect of things hereabout showed no perceptible difference from that pre sented In the last Indefinite hours of winter. ALLENS FAIL TO GET WRIT. t'onilemnrd V. S. Mm Will Appeal Soprnne i'niirl. Richmond, Va., March 20. Attorneys I for Kioyd nnd Clnude Allen appeared this evening before .lurigo .lames Keith, president nf the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, and asked for a writ of error nnd supersedeas in the case of the condemned men, who arc to tie put to death March 24. Judge Keith refused the writ on the ground that a Federal question was to be decided nnd thnt It was not ln the province of his court tonct ln the matter. Counsel for the Allen then announced that they would go before Justice White of the I'nlted States Supreme Court to morrow and enter a pica fnr the con demned men on the ground that the life of Claude Allen hns been twice placed In Jeopardy for the same offence. - . STANDARD OIL BACK IN MISSOURI , I l.rKlslalnrr Ueealla Snprrme Cnnrt'a ! Ileerer In lla Cnae, .tKFKnasos' City, Mo Marcli 20. The Legislature recalled the decision and final decree of the Supreme Court nf Missouri in the ouster proi dings against the Standard oil Company of I llinilina Wlieil (lie mill.-"- I'tif.i nn- inn to-nlght permitting the company to continue business in this State, The conditions of the bill provide that the Standard may continue business upon l lie payment nf a small license fee for n foreign corporation nnd tho compliance hereafter with tho nntl-trust luws. I lie nuiucill" i "ii'i n. -..... . ruled a motion to modify Its deer f ,,.,. naninst the company, . . - . - - WISCONSIN WOMEN MAY VOTE. Senate Pnasra Hill In Xnlimlt fi-iiuc nl ct Kleellnn. Maihson, Wis.. March 20.- The Senate passed In-day tile Glenn bill to submit woman suffrage to a vole ill the next election. At the rlcction last November tin) State referendum turned down thu uuf (racist by 4 big vote. IIAM AM'C (PARA AAA rpn HELP POOR CHILDREN JfrS. K. M. Anderson Makes Another Hig (ijft to IMHInn tli ropy. UK N E FA CT IONS $ l,2."i(),000 Preventive ami Construe,! ive Work Alniptl For (Suggen liciin (iives $100,000. , I. . . hji a j i n .LI! mtt- ""s' Anderson S KUDUC UlttS. Public hrnrfactian o' Mm. Elifabeth Milbnnh Amlcron one of Joseph Mit- bank, hrr hrolhrr: (lifts to Barnard College nnd Teach er College previous to I0O3, $1,.VI.WI0. (lift to Uamartl College, 1003, $1,000,- Social Welfare Ilureau, 1013, $fl.V),Ouo ( hilriren's Aid Society, 1WW. $.'CO,ooo. People s Palace, Jervoy l Ity, lto5, I . $:'().()(). Milliauk Hatha. New York. 1901. $I.V),0(M. Other nnnounrtf! Rifts, l?sn.tm Tolnl luinafiir.! Irk.iu tlIVinOll Mrs. Kllsaboth Mlltvink Anderson. IdaURhter of Jeremiah Mllbank. a banker who died In lSS-t. haB added to lirr ' already larpe public benefactions a Rift ' of the sum of $G50,000, which she has made to the Now York Association for) Improving the Condition of the Pool . 1 The gift, announced last night, Is to be devoted to the establishment of social , welfare laboratories nnd Is to tie known as the Mllbank Men.iial (lift. i Mtit. Amlprsiin. uho Is the u ifi of i Abrjm A. Anderson, an nrtlst. ! the i largest benefactor of Itarnnrd College. She and her brother. Joseph Mllbank. have Riven more than $3,000,000 tn that Institution nnd she has made other largo gtfls to various charitable Insti tutions. She established the Mllbank Public Paths in Kat Thirty-eighth street at n cost of $ 1 ftO.000 and her last gift was $r.00.000 to the Children's .,, . ..... ... N,c,el l""-"is n"PP.M"a Westchester Mountain property In . -- I tarlum for siek nnd crlnnleri children. L!" - Association inipi OVIUK 111- uii'imuii IU III" I U'M Is the largest ever made to that organl ration nnd one of the largest for a similar purpose to any organization. In effect Mrr. Anderson's contribution makes poMble the establishment of n department of social welfare. This will (induct expel Itnent.il laboratories for the purpose of demonstrating the prac t'iatilllt of pteventlve and constructive measures thatthe ina be adopted tiy the . . . . , , "'"Z ' "V.."''"!'1:." the lce (iiestlon. j ,,.,,,, r r, Mrs Anderson offered the money to the boird of managers of the nsoel- ' ntlon on Match . in .. .. .in .u Pulton Cutting n piKbiueiu. r-ne i made certain requirements In legnrd to the application of the fund, which will tie followed nut. "I fully appieclate." she said, "the' necessity for ministering to the physical ! needs of the sick, disabled and unfor- ' lunate, but In undeitaklng the work outlined In this letter I wish to make it ' clear that the proposed department of social welfaie Is to concern Itself, In J so rnr as it empio.ns funds supplied uy o..-. ...... .. r .. m. p.. K..WI.H..- O...MU upon preventive and constructive measures. "Generally speaking therefore this programme should Include those activi ties which are calculated to prevent sickness and thus diminish poverty, such, for example, as the promotion of c'eanllness and sanitation, nnd aid In se curing a proper food supply. With the funds at your disposal I would expect you to create the pro- posed department of social welfare and to distribute the enterprises to lie con ducted under Its supervision among at least three sub-departments or com mittees, one dealing with matters per talutng to public health nnd hygiene, one denllnR with mntters pertaining to the welfare of school children nnd one with mntters pertaining to food supply." In announcing the acceptance of the gift .lohn A Kingsbury, general agent of the nssoclilion. said: "The department of social welfaro will be under the direction of the board of managers, but will he entirely sc-p-arnto from a. I association activities, No part of the gift will be used for relief or fresh nlr work of any kind. "A tentative programme of the social work to be undertaken has been out- lined. A committee on public health nnd hglen" will ll.lVe supervision over the Mllbank baths and will cooperate with the city to popularize the public Kilning facilities nnd make them sani tary. An allied activity will be the edu. ititlnnal campaign for the extermination of common disease curriers, sueh as thn and'the roach Will llcnrBI Sehnol Children, .Mr. Kingsbury said a thorough In quiry xwjuI I lie made Into the subject of ventilation of soh.Kil IiulldlnRs and other public biddings. The committee on the welfare of school children will enable the school lunch committee to ".'.-I....... , ..... .... . ' ' " " , " I I nn in in i. .. ... . . . ...... i' ...... .1111- (lleii The glfi wl l perm.l Die extension (if this worn to fourteen public schools i Intiead of seven as at prose nt. It will nlyo permit extending nnd im-Snf- proving the silem of medical inspec ' Hon of school lilldrrn and for the treat- ment of phyMcal defects III such ehll ilren. Mrs. Anderson has suggested the. Introduction of public lake shops In New nrU. whlih has been very suc cessful abroad. The commit ten on food supply will Continued on Second Vug. SNOW MAROONS CONGRESSMAN. Martin nf south Itakntn ! Mnck ailrit on Itnnch. Ort.niciis, S. 1., March 20. Congress man K. W. Martin of South Dnkotn Is marooned by snow on a rnnrh about 20 miles east of Oelrlchs and provisions are running low. Seventeen people are at the ranch. They have been blockaded for six days. Information telephoned to n rnncher neurer town, who could Ret out, was I thnt the party was subsisting on dough- nuts unil coffee. Martin went to the , ranch a week ago. When the blizzard cnnie an attempt was marie to reach the railroad In nn ntitnmoblle before tho snow Rot too deep. The machine trav elled a quarter of a mile nnd wan stalled. The party tramped buck to the ranch house. Help will be sent tn the rnnch us soon us men run Ret IhroiiRli the Rreat drifts. , DR. PARKHURST AT RINGSIDE. ' Vino Three lliiilntr Mnula nn tlir j ltnnrr. hut SlnUrs Vn Comment. i HoxIiir on the Howery. promoted by I the owners of the ancient Atlantic (Garden, attracted the Itev. Dr. Charles I It. Parkhurst last evenimt. ! He arrived early nnd sat so close to I the rlnc that hi clothlllR was covered with powdered rosin stamped Into the I smnfci. ntMiniliir bv the boxers In three ten round bouts. More than 3,000 men stood up to stare at the spectator. "I saw him clap his hands,' noted I s:d ; Hcferee Charley White to the reporters when the principal bout was on. lien I .1... I.n..l If li.t 1. i.l tit. ! flPttt'll 111111115 Hit- .-v.... . in .... opinion to express Dr. Parkhurst re- pllod: 'I have nn'hins to say TJ TJVim ATJ UAIlClJ IIUD D l HU U IJ El II Dll LI RICHES IN ALGIERS A llH'Wl'll II Women Ll'IIM' MlttH-' Mtn Ave. Dwelling to Live in Luxury Ahroatl. 1'ioin the Income of a dwelling on son avenue two American women art1 m int; in luxury in .mcn.i. i ne . and It houe Is at HO Madison avenue was leased yesterday tor them uy RnnitntA. J'orrv X. rtwlaht nml A mo .; .' '. "..,'""" " '" - Ca to Sami"'' -Medlln. an opfrator. for a period of twenty-one years at an annual opt rental or nliollt II 000. Tile house ..... i. ... Thirtieth street. It Is to be altered for business purposes by the lessee. There will bo a store on the ground floor for) which Mr. Medlln has refused $4,000 n ear. The property Is owned by a woman and her nlee. heirs of the Weaver estate. They got the property some yeats ago It provides their h! f income. Cn- til now the wotn-n Imve received nlu.ii: $2,300 a year gros for the house whlih has been use.1 as a boarding house ......... ,1...! ...I,.., nn. ln X,'W V",k W'"1 .,h'y w",,wl on the Income, so several ears ago they starteil out to ttnri a place les expensive. They heard the South had not j,.t i,0,. in,..,l t,y high prices, so 'hey wnt down to a Southern town to live. They had been there but n short tin... when thev roneliwled the Smith offered thrm no relief from exorbitant prices, i nn west was men trieu. e - eral months there taucht the women tnai .New orK prices cionnnnieci iiip States, and they decided to try living ln P.urope. Ireland was the tlrst place that whs put to the tsl, nut here again was engaged to be married to a gin they failed In their quest. (named Lucy. Through n curious com- Kngland, France, Germany and Spain iiinatlon of circumstances the girl Is were tried In succession, and from the' UIIIpiI and Cedrlc Is accused of the mut last of these they went tlnnlly to A'- der. "They took tne to the local Jail giers. Ther they found what thev'OVer night." Mr. Trlpiiett writes, "and were hunting for, and for the last few ( j.,.,lrw thp W1,m,.n hllV(1 hfen llv!nR ln lusurv on lhp neomp tl,ey received , fro... ,nH m..,.,,,,,, ..venu .Iwelllncr. GEORGE W. YOUNG ACCUSED. Vi.rillcn'a llaabanil anil Others I'harue.t With Ileal Kslalr I'raud. ' Allegations of frnud are contained In. a blanket Indictment returned by tho Hudson county, Now Jersey Grand Jury on Tuesday against George W. Young, nuananu or ,imn, .Noniicn; nn nrolher, Alvln Young, nnd W. II. Cooper njid I. Van Slyke. the four being tho ofll - rers nnd nrlnrlrv.l uloeW hnlilnrH nf Mm' Port Ail Peck Itealty Company The company has been developing a tract cm the Shrewsbury lllver nenr Ileal) N. J. It Is alleged that tho com pany took out a mortgage for $300,000 on the land, Intending to Issue bonds to cover tho mortgage; that In selling pieces of the land the company gave Mn un clear title to tho purchaser, but that the I existence of the mortgage clouded the title, and that this state of nffalrs shows' a conspiracy to defraud on the pnrt of the compnnv. Merrlt Lane of Jersey City Is attorney for the men. He hns arranged for their appearance o Monday In the Hudson County Court of Common Pleas. MRS. 0. HARRIMAN IN CHICAGO. llernaeit tn Leave .Mother's Bndr In Mailed Train. Chicago, March 20. Mrs. Oliver Harrl mnn of New York, who was Imprisoned for five days In n snowdrift forty feet deep In the Mack Hills, South Dakota, which stalled the train on which she was bringing the body of her mother Kast for burial, arrived in Chicago this afternoon. She was nccompnnled by her sister, Mrs. C H. Hnrgens of Hot Springs, S. D., nnd her son Curl, Mr. Ilnrrltnan met them here. Mrs. Hiirrlman was too III to spenk of her experiences. "Mrs. Hiirrlman Is worn out." her husband explained. "Since the death of her mother, Mrs. Grace Carley, sho lias luul a frightful time. I wish to deny thnt Mrs, Hiirrlman refused to ride on a special train because n caboose tilled with laborers Iho seventy-rtve men who cleared the tracks was at tached to It. Mrs. Hiirriman Is not thnt sort of h woman. She did not take the special because by so doing she would hr.ve been forced, to leave the body otjbtr motntr." WRITES BOOK ABOUT HIS 3 TIMES ON EARTH Lynching Ended First. Incarna tion, a Slave in No. 2 nnd Now a Town Clerk. REVEA LEI) IN A DREAM Montrlnir Man Says Hp Pnder stootl tlip Revelation Only After Fasting. Montci.ur. N ,T , March 20 --In n book entitled "Tile Poor Without a Knob," Issued here to-day, Town Clerk llnrry Trlppett, Its author, recoids that It has been revealed to him throiiRh a peculiar dreatn that he. has been on this earth twice before his piesent existence, "It seems." writes Mr. Trlppett In tho preface of his book, "thnt on the first occasion I was hnnned for a murder 1 which I did not commit, thoiiRh tho evi dence was nil against me" Mr. Trip pett's book has aroused much Interest "ere. lie is one or tne nest Known men In the town nn ardent naturalist and an expert In civic affair.-". Telling llbollt llu. ,r(.nm jle writes; "For Fcveral years past I have been i., , M .lAnm I and though I made no record of the date at the time It seemed to be recurrent at intervnls of about four months. It was Impossible to remember the details or me iiream nm i woiuii uiwas nuw with the sensation of having killed some one. though the personality of the one killed never appeared. "With each recurrence the feeling of dread became more dlltlcult to throw off, and on the Inst occasion It remained for two entire days, and had It con- tlnu.-ri much longer 1 should have be come a fit subject for the Insane asy- lum, as the suicidal mania was prtp- I iilmr tne with all If power. This was 1 something over a year ago." 1 Continuing. Mr. Trlpjiett tells how af ter leaving the Consregational church tn Join the Presbyterian church It tie came manifest to him. following u stud; ,..., , ... i,i. ..iimi-lne studv f the Rreat religious leaders of history, , liat nl) ,im,.rWent. as a part of their , ,-,,,, m.. ttin.i of n fast and . ' . . ..... . ...... ""at (luring inese periods oi aosunrm-e lhey SPPmf.(1 , jlavo received informa tion which they could secure In no .. - i .i. i t """ r ul Li . .. I rXTti, mX the experiment, so I ... nma if nosslble. secure nn In terpretatlon of the dream that bothered Mm 0 nu)(.M, The book says: ..t waB eHfy for me to i-elect the one thine above all others It would be most .nrilrutt for me to give up, and the nniv ,niestIoti In mv mind nt the time ..nH whether 1 could possibly do It. I ...... .mL...... I w... i. snv.ll i,y. so 1 stopped smoking for the first ,.oy. so . s.o,,,'.-.. .... .... e e tlnie in thlrty-seven years aii.l H.fr..l. ed e from the pructlce during Lent. I as irom me p Uy waiting for midnight on the i..t dav so that 1 might smoke again. it finallv ciime and I smoked for three i ,,ii,i imurs nod retired at 3 o'clock In' the morning. Although I was very tired w,en went to bed 1 awoke lit S cwu entirely refreshed and with n ....,.,. I- ,.l..e m.mi.r.. nf tl.e ilrenm. which had forineily ten to me a iiight - tnare. and I got up and wrote ine wnoie ; ,i.n..n, .t.iu-n jjr. Trlppett says he round out 'thiough the drenm that his name was t'edrlc in his llrst existence nnd that he n the eatly morning tever.il masked m,.n camp )Ver luul t(H)U me ut. Iltld ' placing n black cap over . !.,.,.,i ,., t ,. ,,-:.rl.v nee. my head In his next existence. Mr. Trippet re- Horace C.ranfteld. was elected president cords, uccordlni; to the revelation of to-day of the C. K. and M. Mlnint Com. the drenm. he was n slave who had de- ,,any 0f Cripple Creek, chned the freedom offered to him by the , pnp H ti,0 nrf)t woman tn become master. In this epoch Lucy Is relnrar- 'president of a Colorado producing mln nated as the daughter of his muster. jnK company These revelations, Mr. trippet writes, Were so satisfactory that on October 1 hn determined to fast again, this time i for nlnetv days Instead of forty. This , i,e did, nnd greatly to his dismay he got no results. ; Mr, Trlppett has given much study to psychological matters and he says he has personal knowledge of some pro nounced demonstrations of the exist ence of a sixth sense. WILL BE NO TARIFF FIGHT. Snyn llriil.tillrnn Stand In Way. Will Mot Washington, March 20. Itepresenta- tlve James It. Mann of Illinois, the Ite- ..... . t.. .u ......... ..in.. I P"'" 'er in.ui.- ......r-. ., .. - 1 1"A ro"!. .' ' ''"f'. 'j!1''!.. hl 1 ... .. . ,.. Mr' Mann ntinounced that the Ite, ub- iH-niis ...linn ..... in.. . ...... .. In the House to the passage of the Dem- erratic tariff revision programme. "The poople of the country," said Mr' Mann, "have decided as between the 1 two parties In favor of the Democratic party, which hovch-hics on mniiinim change. No matter whether the Demo- cra.ts are right or wrong the people bay., upheld them on this point nnu i donit iipprove of any policy of ohstruc Hon In v lew of that fact WILLIAM ROCKEFELLER HOME. Throat liont the Snnie aa When I'uji. Tried In I'.lnnilne lllni. William ltockcfeller Is now nt Ills mime, fiso Fifth nvenue, nfler n com-fnrl.-ililn trln from his winter home on ! Jekyl Island, off tho coast of Georgia. i Mr. ltockefcller's general health is i better, according to his physician. Dr Walter !'. Chappell. but his throat Is about the same as It was at the time the unsuccessful attempt to examine nun nan ...nn.- iij .in- i nji. I'oiioiiiee, Mr. Hockefeller nrtived linme on Wednesday. It Is thought that the weather here from now on will he mild enough, so that he will suffer no ill cf- lcts from the change of climate. SAYS MADER0 WAS STABBED. Krtltor Aaierta lie a proa( nKr Wan jltrannlnl. Ban Francisco, March 20. Col. Man uel Blanche Alcalde, publisher of the .Veto Kra, a Mexico city newspaper gen erally regarded aa the mouthpiece of tho late President Madero's administra tion, arrived here to-day. He said that ho "Is In a position to prove" that Ma dero was ntnhbed to death and that Vice-President Suarez was strangled In the National Palace on the night of February 24 and that their bodies were taken to the prison In an automobile. BLACK MAY DIE AT ANY TIME. . Hope far Ex-tiovrrnor Con. eloua lw Moment. Auu.s-v, March 20. At midnight physicians expected former Gov. Frank S. Muck to die at any lime, lie waa In a daze since enrly to-day until late this afternoon, when ho recovered conscious ness for a few moments. Physicians said he may live for days Z:rZ:rM- but al nny:Mrs- Fflt0 Committed Without Only once to-day was Mr. Mack able! to recognize his wife and son, Arthur j Mack, a practising attorney of Boston. ' who remained at his bedside. I NARCOTIC GIVEN TO POPE. 1'niitlft Allimril Up Only Two llanra Darlnac Par. Special Cable netpatc1! to Tin Siv Rome, March 20. The weakness of the Pope continues. The doctors are trying to combat It with n mild nar cotic. The Pontiff remained In bed all day : to-day except for two hours In the mnrnlng. when he sat In an easy chair at n window which looked over St. Peter's Sminrn rrriwitfitt with h fnlMi. 1 fill, who were going to the Holy Thursday" celebration. Ills private chaplains read htm the passion service nnd gave him communion. iiie i-opes sisters anil niece vistteu him In the afternoon. Prof. Marchlafava, the Pope's physician, i positively refused to allow the Pope to receive Gen. Portirio Diaz, ex-Presl- dent of Mexico, as he considered that1 It would be dangerous. KING S GIFT WORTH ONLY $25 Itojnl Worrcater Plate Is (n Ap praised In SttllnK Kalnlr. A value of only $25 Is given to the Itoyal Worcester plate presented by the Prince of Wales. Inter King George IV. of Kngland. to William Pinkney of Maryland when the later was Minister to the Court of St. .Inmes'a between 1S0T and 1SU, in the appraisal nf the estate of Mrs. Anna Shaw .lones. Mn. .Irtnes. who was the widow of T. Bradley .tones, formerly of Baltimore. aieu on April .'4 last, tier estate was , appraised at only 54,. n.., Mrs. .tones was the great-granddau?h- i ; '"Kney. ami in leaving ""' """' "orces.er pane to ner .laugii- ter, Beatrice L. Pinkney .tone, she.de- sp ,b , , bearing the royal crest In h . ASSASSIN WOUNDS GEN. SUNG. 1 Chinese Ki-Mlnlnter nf Kiliientlmi Mlo, ln shanghai xinllun. wrim ( nil, urirt. ,.. T..r s. v Z. . P?..r . . ! m,,,.1'' ',C !."., ,', I,!"' ',)'"S' 'I''.', severely wounded at the railway station here to-day as he was about to entrain for Pekln. The assassin was arrested. oen. Sung's companion. Gen Huang Hslang, took refuge In the watting room : N. Y. WOMAN HEADS MINING CO. Ilr.t In Colorado, Ml (iranflrld Purr. a. 1,0110,1100 Suit. CouiKdio Si'MNOS, March 20. -Miss O. . L. Granfleld of Mount Vernon, N. Y,, daughter of the late mining Investor 'pile comtnny is facing n $1,000,000 Japex suit brought bv the 121 Puo Com j pany, 1 ' t orbed. out .miss (.ranneld is not dls- although her company may los. gho has not nnnounced her pollcv I . PRINCE ALBERT GOING HOME Upturns Immrillatrlr nn llrarlna; of' Greek Klna'a Drain. Special Cable Detpatci to Tut Si s. R.v Juan, P. 11. March 20.- -The functions arranged by the English Con- sul ln honor of Prince Albert have been , itlinniloned. On renrhlncr MflViipni2 ,.n j the cruiser Cumberland the Prlnco , I lenrneil nf IIia n ssi. salnn I li... nf lilt.? ' George of Greece nnd Immediately .. V ....... sn eel on tne return tr n to Knt anil. I nvmnwmmit ttt to ' i . l-.lrvrn Vnla fnr the llranlullun i,acMn.j In the llonar. " Austin, lex., .March so. I lie uouse Killed tn-aay tno propoyeu amenumeni to the Constitution providing for the ... .... .................. curium i for Injection Into the tons ltu- tion T n ; vofa was 84 , for 'to S6."''''" , .... .... received 9S votes. Tho married women's property rights ..in ...j ... .u.- n.i. .cc.....o .. M....U. -. ...ni -..- ferenco committee was njiknd on lh niMsre to meet the Governors objec ,lnn''' NORTH TEXAS HIT BY BLIZZARD. ----- I'ullnna llaln.y Weal r anil Ulna- aniiilng Krnlt -'era. Dallas, Tcx., March A-Northern Texas was struck by u heavy blizzard to.nlRhl and the temperature began t(, , ,irn.. fnsi Much damaire to fruit nn.l g()lnP cr0ps la feared. i T, district had been enjoying n . M!,on f warm wetmier, wnicn cuiised i,i.,mH to come out nnd fruit trees to ,0?SOm freely A pony cla.i of AGOSTt!KA HlTTEUa beforti metii a ctiilclout ippttlitr. EATON POISONED; WIDOW IN JAIL Officers Get Her to HinRlinm Court, Whore She Is Arrested. TAKES ORDEAL CALMLY District Attorney Announces Admiral Was Killed by Arsenic. KEPT IT SECRET TEN DAYS Hond for Hearing March 28 Daughters Angry. nos-roN, Mass., March 20. Mrs. Jen nie Mny Harrison Katon, widow of Hear Admiral Joseph Giles Eaton, I'. S. N retired. Is a prisoner to-night In the county Jail at Plymouth await ing a hearing on March 28 on tho charge that she murdered her husband by giving him arsenic. Tho arrest of Mrs. Katon was tho climax of an Investigation Into this extraordinary case. While the nuthorl- I ties have known for tho last ten days that the former naval oftlcar had been killed by poison. It was not until nfter ' the arrest had been made that they mad any public statement of that fact. Meantlme the otllcers have been mak ing desperate efforts to learn whero the poison was obtained, but without suc cess. They have also been delving Into tho dally life and history of the Katon household In an effort to establish it ; motive for the alleged murder. If the authorities have discovered any reason , why Mrs. Katon should poison her hus band they have yet to divulge It. Widow's Menial Stnte. There are rumors to-night that a lunacy commission may be asked for to . determine the mental state of the ac cused woman. A report Is also abroad ' that District Attorney Barker of ! Plymouth county will cnll a special sen- slon of the Grand Jury next Mondav to llonr the evldencc and get an lndlct- ment prior to the hearing, which has been set for a week from to-morrow In the District Court at Hlngham. Should an Indictment be returned be fore the case (omes up again the lower court proceedings there will be discon tinued by reason of the Superior Court having taken Jurisdiction. A trial at the June session of the Superior Criminal Court, sitting at Plymouth, would be the outcome of Grand Jury proceedings at the present time. District Attorney Hrker came to Boston tills afternoon and conferred with Chief Justice Aiken, presumably In regard to hastening tho trial of Mrs. Katon. He declined to make any statement. The arrest of Mrs. Katon was unex pected at this time by any one exiept the nuthorlues. The inquest was to have been resumed this forenoon at Hlngham. While the reporter. were wnlilng around outside to sec who en tered a taxi stopped before the do r ab.iut 10 o'clock. Out stepped State De tective Scott. He turned and ntsisieri Mrs. Katon to alight, followed by Dep uty Sheriff Cougdon. Willi an otllcer on either side of her th" unman leaned quite heavil.v on their arms. Many wondered If thev wen. si ioi5ln on chher side of her be- '(Oile she was under -nrrr't or be cause she was In a vry nervous con i dltlon and might collapse. Her rspres i s:on was noncommittal. The two men hurried her Into the building and helped 1 her t(. mount the narrow stairs. I Between the tlm; Mrs, Katon arrived ' and tho announcement of the District Attorney that she had been placed un ' der arrest there was n lonR wait, riur , ing which the only Incident which ariri'ri any fuel to the excitement was 1 tile arrival of Francis J. Gcognn, conn- se for Mrs. Eaton. He said thnt he had been summoned I n teiepnonc Iran ine wism.-i ,..... ...'. ......... nn.l l.n.l liimn.H lt.tr. nt ncy's ottlce nnd bad Jumped Into an automobile as quickly as he could. This caused much comment because wit- I nesses nt nn Inquest are not represented by counsel. flnrkrr'a lnlrmrnl, ' DIsttMcl Attornev Itarker came to l,A .).,..,. .mil 11 -an A M. nnd tn.'.rle th a . ' siatement to the reporters: "Ml. Katnn Is not In the court room. nH nn, ,.,, tlicro and will not be taken m ll(n, nU1, , liruiimetl ,., ' charge of murder. Sho Is now under nrrest. charged with the murder of the ......ir-.i ...,, "Admiral Katon did not die a natural death, Tills fact was commiinlcnteri tn M.r,,h )V'j.rof. Whitney In a preliminary verbal lepot, and has been working on the ' case since that time. Certain features wi.ipi, n,e Involved hnve been presented to tho authorities ami will lie communl- ........ .A ......ll,. U'n l.....a ..... irilliil I" .in' !'. in. .... .i-.-.. nn- , f ascertain whore the procured. Mrs- Katon was pn )pr hnm( Rt AKSnlp)1 , 1 morning by Deputy Sheriff J. T. Condon. "Death was duo to arsenical poison. Peculiar features which are Involved I have prevented the authorities from ciimmunlcallng them to tho public. Mrs. i Katon whs placed formally under arrest I nt IflnKhnm nn'l not at her home." I According to State Oftlcer. Scott puro , white arsenic In powdered form wn.s administered to Admiral Katon on .March 7. j Mr, Etn Doing Chorea. Scott and Condon were told to brin? Mrs. Katon to the court house and they went to the residence. In Aaslnlppl In a "'" "" I tearing a houae dress and doing chorea taxi. There they found the widow. " "iflMsBBaVaTlMr J