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THE SUN, MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1913.
4-f 120,000 TURKS AT TMALDJA ('orrrspnndenls Describe Wonderful Trnnsformnlion by Izzet I'ashu. ARMY MAY ADVANCE JM'spite Weather, Men Are Well Fed and Well Clothed Position Strengthened. J'.l ItOl'K KBKPS HOrKFI'li A nl ro-.Mon toiiciiriii (juiim'l in l'nir Way of lioinir Sct tlcil A mifnlily. Special Cable lienpalch to Tur. Sis I.ini)n, March 24. Mnrtln H. Dono hoe unci Ashmend Hartlctt send to tho Dailli Chronicle nnd Daily Telegraph i.spcetlvely nceounls of n visit to llif Turkish headquarters nt llodctn l.eul. tin' TtirklHh commanders hav ing i.ntly relaxed the restrictions ii- In war t'nrrfsiiniuli'nis going t the f i tint . Hoth these writer;, say tho Turk j ii a i my lias undergone n wonderful hangc since they last saw It. Not w iths'.andlng tin- trrrlhly severe winter nn Immense tiiiiiiunt of work has been dune In strengthening the lines anil pre paring for i general advance. .Mr Pemoline s.iys: "Somebody has worked wonders. order and orgnnlza t.on have been evolved out of almost lioiielf s.i i haos. l-'ood Is no longer a rare iur. The soldiers are well clad and' housed The overdue pay has been j made good, useless nun have been ! uiedttl out and there are now more , than 120.000 seasoned elllclents nlong me lines, i no niivancp.i posts, wnicn well forward from Tchataldja. are in i"nlinu.il touch with the enemy Mr. llartlett descrllies the stories of dtspcrate lighting early in the week as nonsense. It wns simply n general ad- ' v.ince of the outposts to discover the ' enemy's position. Surprising Informa- lion was obtained with only 210 cas- unities. Tho reconnaissance disclosed the fact that there were two complete Unitarian armies between Tchataldja , nnd the enemy's supposed main line of resistance. The Hulgars still hold Kadikeul village, wheie there has been ' sharp lighting. I Mr. Hartlett continues: "The ills- i covcry of the enemy unexpected i strength has led to a suspen-don of all ; ahle coward!" j The Princess dl Teano is of the older ktrhcn an(1 ,nrc out ,omo of tnf WOO((. forward movements and It almost seems Mr. Hardle's supporters became very , branch of the Colonna family. He ss If the Turks had abandoned any In- nni;ry and a free light was soon on. ' father was Prince Marco Antonio w,,rl- tenxion or marcning to tne reller ol Adrlanople. They seem to think that the Bulgarians will once more advance against Tchataldja should Adrlanople fall and that they are concentrating their armies with this intention. "Tim dllllciiltles of a general advance , re almost Insurmountable The roads , nr.. now- passable owing to a sp.-ll ..f hi .' "t.iLiivi, ui.i i. it iiiiuiit i.iiii .in.' j ing. : .rw.ird movement must be stopped. . The suffragette leaders .11.1 not ven ding lo the impossibility of feeding, ture to hold a meeting In Hyde Park ie iroops nnd keeping them supplied to-fLiv. where thev had received rough I . .,. ... , , with ammunition. Tho HiJ.-.ixlaiV j treatment on previous Sundays. Tho e l.rreU KIi.b Aeelnlmed by r iii ilestroved the railway completely, j ere very wise in th.s respect, for there hlp nn.l onnil, i'l it It not available beyond t was a big crowd awaiting them, ami it .spetal Cable netpifl, lo Tut 9i. 1 'i it.ilil.ia. They have also swept me . r in'iv bare and burne.i an tne .mo - - -t-niiieilan villages." , Tie correspondent adds that the 'i-.'ps have complete conlldence In Ik- r, t I'.nha. the successor of Nazlm Pasha . .mmnnder in chief. Izzet Pasha i 1-el eve. that the longer the struggle . ..ntiniiis the greater will lie the Otto- ni. n i n.ini es oi succehs. lie i t on- i .i' iinsent to maintain a vigorous . ii-l.i attitude." ' i,nv.tlistnniling the sliitrment Issued i f. v rn.m on .vatutuay mat Austria .mo r. nt ,m nil niatiiiu to Montenegro In ie , end ... th- liomlianlmen, of th- Chria-; t ,., .inai tei s f Scutari, the forcible t.' r.sli.ii or Albaninn Itoinan Cattiollc ' excluded for the ilrst lime from Hnmp nl ii. iniirder of a Catholic friar named j ton Court, which was closed to the nub l . it. h it h. Ileved In certain circles , He. This action was taken because of " ,i ViiHtrla's attitude Is less v lolent j fear of women firebugs and window t' !) ha- been reported. smashers, ri o,. .nri i.a..vr i Sylvia Pankhurst. the younger .laugh- r .... ,.n.i news of Its fall 'at any hour.ter of Mrs. Emmellne Pankhurst who r ...i ..ml news or lis ran at any nour.'t ... - , ',, Vl M.rprle no one. The position of was released from Holloway Jail r n.t.iiants Is described as desperate I Friday, where she had undertaken ,. ,l, .mpMu, nf fnnil An Alls. n ;amshlp has been ordered to . '. i. -i ....... ,. ' i r -, 11 i i , Jill, i ...'ft . iiLiii.il I ".tit ' it.-. .,f food, clothing and tents for the ; In'"il 'anis v ,1, .1,111. -h frm Co! tin to sa t he ' M n'.negrln Government admitted to ri I. ...... ..in Voulr.n,. ' iitai 11 11,1. t 1 rtui ,r,i 1," ..ft. ... t ' The official Journal explains that lVi. - Palttch and fifty-five pensant . mpl.rrs were arrested for Inciting tle banians against tho Montenegrins. T'if were being taken to Ipek when b Palltch tried to escape. The mlll-'1-. guard! after calling on him three 'Ties to stop, fired nnd killed the priest an 1 wo of the peasants. The Govern rirn has opened nn Inquiry Into the matter Th" srjunbble between Austria and M .ritenegrn does not affect the general ' .dt,on, which Is regarded ns en t'rtlv hopeful. It Is believed the allies '1 accept the bases of peace proposed tl 'he Powers, nlthough there Ls 'i 'ng fifllclal on this point: the. 1 .ukan States not ns yet having ex rvsnKed views. P l said thnt ns soon as the agree ment between Austria nnd Russia In rS!.rd to DJaokova and Scutari has as- k itne.l cast Iron solidity the Powers .ll jointly request Servla and Monto tieuro to withdraw their armies from the proposed Albanian territory and un ''s Scutari falls In the meantime th r ege may be expected to bo raised In d few days. Despatches from Vienna say that Austria's acquiescence In Russia's pro poi.al that DJ.iltova be Incorporated as Pirt of Servla under certain stipulations is confirm. ESSAD PASHA IN GREECE. Janlna'a Commander Cheere by t'r.ivTil urn lie Lanaa. Special Cable lietpalch to Tn 81m. Athens, March 28. Essad Pasha, tho commander of Janlna, which wai cap tured recently by the .Greeks, .arid twen- t-ix of his ofllcers, who were deported from Rplrus, arrived at the Plrasus. to- oy They were cordially cneorea oy, a crowd which assembled to see thefn land The War Office sent an offlflerjapecl lly to greet "th herollWrWlllltf WHICH IS IT? The cost of your building, is it a secondary or a momentous consideration ? The time for completion, is it a secondary or a moment ous consideration ? The quality of work, is it n secondary or a momentous consideration ? Because if these are but secondary considerations, any old contractor will do. But if they arc momentous considerations, we ought to get together. THOMPSON-STARRETT COMPANY Building Comtructioa MILITANTS IN FIGHT AT HARDIE'S MEETING Supporters of M. P., Who Favors Cause, Throw the Women Out. AXORY HYDE PA UK OHOWI) .Moh Waits iu Yain for Suf frage! to Leaders Sylvia . Pankhursl Weaker. Special Cable Deipatch to Tnr Scs. I.onpon, March 23. Kelr Hurdle, ; Labor member of Parliament, who Is ' a very strong woman suffragist, had j :,,.-.. i ........... e.-.v. ( to-day. He spoko nt a suffragette meeting In the afternoon nnd wos con-i tlnually Interrupted by ttiose opposed ' tn woman suffrage, especially when ' ,. nrovC(i ot te lawlessness of the militant ones. This racket, however, wns as nothing, when compared with a demonstration' In the evening by tho Uibortte party, of which Mr. Hnrdle Is one of the t,,,.! - ., u thU meeiinir th uf-'lo f . . . I rraKcUc!' "tartca a riot. was one ,f ,nelr P,cullnr llI,a!' of upsetting of ( ""f "f tne strongest advocates to t'le cause of women. Just as they l burned Lloyd George's house at Walton i Heath. I When Mr. Hardle attempted to speak 1 the women interrupted him with shrieks of "Votes for women You miser-, n lasted for a quarter of an hour, ' during which many women were car- rcd out of the hall, screeching audi clawing at the men who were eject- 1 In(: ,10nl. The police removd ' majority of the disturbers and drove nthers nway from the entrance to the i .,u. liv these methods the Labontes ,.rP enabled to conilnu.' th-ir meet- seemed bent on taking more violent measures than on previous days. "It Is a good thing that the suffra- s-ottes did not eppear." said one police , olllcer. "This crowd Is In nn tiglj I temper." nnd there were many Indlcn- j tons that he was right. A few men , n the crowd who hpoke In favor of the i suffragettes were roughly handled nnd i onaseu out oi ii.e en i. .tit-t nnuuii, In vnln two or tliree nours lor .irs, Flora Drummonil oilier suffragette leaders, the crowd .usperse... ... viv i one result of the recent outrages bj the women wns that the people who , were out for the ICaster holiday were , JUil till taken a ' Illltlger SiriKe w nilf f.'H II1H n monuis sem.-nce .... ,..... is at a nursing home In London, hhe . Is -ald to be very weak. rtrvwfill TTCCWPW UTAPW HAVANA I tbI Committee o er liomr Vincent Aor Another Arrlvnl, Special Cable Detpalch to Tub Sr.v Havana, March 23, The naval com mittee of tho United States House of Representatives which visited the Pan ama Canal arrived here this evening from Gttnntananio where they Inspected tho navnl station. Mr. Ileaupre, the American Minister, will present them to President Gomez to-morrow, nfter which there will be a reception In their honor at tho American legation. Tho party, which Is travelling on tho May flower, und Dolphla, will sail for Key West to-morrow night. Vincent Astor and his party arrived here this morning on the Norman from Clenfuegos. The pnrty, accompanied by Mr. Semple of Coudert Hrothcrs, spent the day In sightseeing nbout the city. MR. MORGAN ATTENDS SERVICES. noes t American Protratnnt Kplico pal Church at Home. fpectat Cabl Dupatch to Tn Scs. Romb, March 23. J. Plerpont Morgan and the other members of his party at tended the Kaster Sunday service nt the American Protestant Episcopal Church here. Tho church was crowded with Americans. LTNER AMERLKA HELD UP. Hear? Gale Keeps Her Out of Cher boars Castro llappr. Special Cable Ptipatch to Tns Sex. rJinmuouno. Mnrch 23. Tho steamship Amerlka from New York Is detained outside the roadstead by u heavy gale. A wireless message received from her aava ex-President Casfro of Venezuela, who Is one of the passengers, Is In n nanny frnmo of mind, as he is not afraid of a repetition of his experiences aWBllls Island In New York, where he wtfii held pending examination as to wMWwraha was an unaesinune immi ITALIAN PRINCESS ATTEMPTS SUICIDE Keren trio Nonpolitnti Noble woman Slashes Herself With a Hnzor. OSTHACIZKD BY SOCIKTY Her Anti-Pntriotie. Attacks on Italians Made Her I'll popular. Special Cable Detpatch to Tne Sr.v. Komg, March 23. The Princess Teresa Colonna dl l'alluno, mother of the Prin cess dl Teano, who Is one of the most beautiful women In Ilurope, attempted to commit suicide In the Grand Hotel hero yesterday. The Downger I'rlmess Is nn eccen tric Neapolitan noblewoman who gen ernlly resides In Knglnnd. Four yenrs ago she became suddenly demented In tho Central Military Station at Milan and has lieen under observation since. The downKer Princess has been suffer ing; from ncute neurasthenia, for some tlmp, nnd In a tit of despondency slashed herself across the breast with a razor, causing a deep wound. She evidently expected to bleed to death. and she would have succeeded but for the fact that her maid discovered her ! lying on the floor, stanched the blood and called In n doctor. The wound Is J not regarded as serious. ) Tho Princess appeared prominently . In the London newspapers during the war. between Turkey and Italy by de nounclng alleged atrocities committed ' her countrymen la Tripoli. She haH been hero since January visiting am, Mnrch,.sft chlgl-Zondadari. She was vory unpopular because of her antl - patrlollc attacks on Italians. This resulted In her social ostracism, which l! supposed to have brought on a tit ol u'Ponienc -resulting in ner nuempi at suicide. Her daughters tried to hush nn the affair but did not succeed. when the dowager Princess had her first attack In I'.'OS, on li T arrival in Milan from Lugano, she shrieked from her automobile that there was a plot 1(111 nrr "n,i u"n hpr 'laK"ter the Princess dt Teano was no better than j( mllr(,prt,ri sl, mve(1 nn,i wrpl. er onn(UtIon wnH BUl., that It was con- M,u-n dangerous for the daughter to enter the same compartment with her. A special guard ivas obtained and the mother was brought to Homo in a special comparment under a guard as she was then regarded as a dangerous lunatic. Colonna. Duke of Pallano. Prince As- sj,tant to tho Pontltlclal Throne. Hefore her marriage Princess Colonna wna . Dllchess Teresa of San Teo- ,iro and Parete. Marches.! of Vlllemalna nT Ca .rlglia Prince .11 Teano. the oI(,,r j,on nf tnr ,uh(, nf Sermnnetta Is known as a distinguished Oriental i schoIi,r. C0NSTANTINE IN SALONICA. Kuvn. March "3 KIol- nnnt.in. i llll( j ,,f (jreece. the Crown Prince ;,.orgc. Prince Christopher, the Princess Ai,iry ,inc j enlzelo. the Greek premier, arrived heie this afternoon fr)n Athens. 0n ,'SOmbarklng from the royal yacht thp K()(. wns KrPPt0ll v)th Pnthus'lnstlc . nn(, ,,, llf ..,nnR live oon- , stantlne'" The llrltlsh, German. French .. ' , and Austrian warships llrcd salutes of the General ) ntuli. ... iw.'lllj -nut' Ulllir. I Crowds followed the royal party to the palace and acclaimed them all along vfitn,,i n,n K-n ,.n.l il.n " '' A "a ''L ''n ' ' ' "t'cr members of the f ''ll ''PPcared on the balcony of the palace and bowed, when the cheering was renewed. The body of King George will be ex posed to public view to-morrow It will le taken to Athens on March "ti. SHACKLETON TO RETURN SOUTH. :.l.irer Will llrn.l "clrnt Hie V.i l.r.lllliii. In nlurelle. Special rahl' lit tpi.fr loTm Siv Lonik.n, Mai.ii 23 ltefore railing , fur New York on ill, Maureianla Lieut. Sir " Krnest Sl.a.klflon intimated his;1"""1' "'" many windows In the , Intention of organizing another scien- ! title expedition to the Antarctic. The I .Into of the start of the expedition has not been fixed. BELGIAN STRIKE APRIL 14. socialists llrel.lr n (ieneral Walk out nn 'Mint Dntr. Special 1 able liee)atcl to T..K Sis Hiit's-iti.s, March 2.1. "The SocIjIisI t,.tisres.i will, h met here to-day de. cl.led to Inaugurate n general strike on April It. as the Government refuses to alter Its attitude on the question of general fian.iilse. ADMITS $3,000 JEWEL THEFT. I'rlxH.er ll lie llollli.'il WfHlthy ScnrN.liile l.lrl, Wiiitk Plains. March 23 Hy tialling a trunk from Searsd.ile thrmiKh New Yoik city to Greenwich, Cum , Deputy Slieiilfe J11I111 .Muoie anil Charles Lent ar rested Georse Kdttnrds Inst night for the theft of $3.1)00 worth of Jewels owned by Miss finnk. a daughter of Call frank, one of the teslilents of Scaisdale's wealthy colony. IJilvvards. who Is Known un.le r the aliases of Kobeit II, Adams, lldvvard Kennedy and George Klein, Rives tils address js the Harris Hotel, 12M street and Third avenue. New Vork city. He confesfed the robbery when a silver handbag was found In his trunk and said he piwiicd the Jewels In New York. He said he secured a position in the Frank home and Intended to live honestly, but that the sight of the Jewels was a tempta tion he could not withstand, Contrriinirn Kind Port., llleo Well. ConKiessmeti Philip Campbell, V P Ilnldwin. George White, J. II. Stephens and 12. T. Taylor, who recently went In Porto Klco, partly fur pleasure and partly officially lo study conditions 011 the Isl and, icturned yesterday by tint New York and Porlo Itlco liner llrazos. They wetn nleiised to note thnt the Island seemed prosperous and would have this enr the hlgnest coffee and tobacco crops on record. Tho Porto Itleana do not want sugar put on the free list and 10 Informed the Coi- K rest men. SUNO'S MURDER LAID TO YUAN. l)lanlriinn I'.ITret of Anslimtl.ir Feared In Chlnn, Spteiaf Cable ftetpatch to Tun Sin London, March 24. -The Pekln corre spondent of the Dally Telegraph says the murder of (len. Sung, the former Minister of Agriculture, wns a political crime which Is likely to have a disas trous effect. He and (len. Huang Hsl nng, formerly enmmnnder In chief of the Chinese rebels, represented tho mili tant element In the south, who have 368 of fi46 members of the coming Parlia ment, and who stand for a party Cab inet and provincial rights against Pres. Ident Yuan Shlh-U'al's Ideal of n Pekln dictatorship. The crime, the correspondent says, jfcU"t be considered solely from tho viewpoint of Its effect on the convoca tion of Parliament. Scores of the south ern members who were here on learning that Gen. Huang Hslang nnd Dr. Hun Yat-sen, the first provisional President of the republic, refused to come to Pekln, departed, nnd It Is believed that the whole party will assemble at Nan kin. The correspondent seems to Insin uate that President Yuan Shlh-U'al had something to do with the murder. He adds that the blackest pessimism reigns In all diplomatic quarters. BALLOON TRAVELS 1.500 MILES, French Cm ft File From Part to KhnrUnfT, Itnaila. Special Cable tietpatch to Tm Srx. Pahih, March 23. A French spherical balloon piloted by Rumpclnaeyer. sailed from here to Kharkoff. In Itussla, a dis tance of 2,400 kilometers (1,300 miles) In 41 hours, which Is a new world's record. THREE BOMBS SCARE LOWER EAST SIDERS Two in One Block in Forsyth Street Do Much Damage in Tenement Houses. Three bombs were exploded 1n tene ment houses on Kaster Sunday, one be fore daylight In the morning and two early last evening. Two of the bombs damaged tenements on the same Kor- ....1. -. - I 1 Q 1 1. . n I Vi r. flrat nf ' .vnr mere nave w iuuic umi. .my ttomli explosions In the lower Kast Side tenement district. i;mw, ,,nii hnmb nn lirn ot " nt nt "10 Fnrsvth a nvc HtoTy ,onn",nl -lu street nt 8 oclock last night. The ex- plosion tore a circular Hole tne size of an extrn large stove pipe In the, roof. I,i,..i iy i,i.,ci,.r in .inwuh Mi,.-rn'. rue hang causea consternation in a crowd enjoying moving pictures In the Houston Hippodrome at 141-143 liist ., atreet the rear of which abuts "s'0" atree t,,p rpar or w,"cl' nm,ls on n rear '""-on "f ,,lc tenement- Th"' ""dlence ran Into the street, among them I'rancesco Hccca. lessee of the tenement and Its twin building nt 20S Forsyth street. He had left his chil dren in his apartment nt 208 and hurried around to find the tenants of both buildings walling nnd weeping nn the stairways. Third Deputy Police Commissioner Harry Newburgcr and his secretary. Abraham Shoenfeld, heard the explosion on Second nvenue, nntl they climbed the tenement house stairs to the damaged kitchen, where they found Detective Carrao and other policemen already In vestigating. Joseph Mngro, his wife, girl baby and mother were out visiting when the bomb went off. The only memliers of the family nt home were two kittens In a soap box. They were covered with dust and were unhurt. It coca, the lessee, said he had received no threats and couldn't understand why anybody should want to harm his prop erty. Magro also said he had no enc- mics. I Another bomb was touched off nt 7:30 I o'clock last night. In the hallway on j the ground tloor of a live story tene ment at VI Prince street, which is get ' ting to be a sort of proving grounds for infernal machines. Giuseppe Scozzarl has a wholesale grocery store on tho ground tloor, nnd he lives with his family on the top floor. Much damage was done. Several weeks ngo the front of Scozzarl's store was blown out by a neighborhood were shattered. Sergt. Devanney and Patrolman Whitman of the Fifth street station, chatting on the northwest corner of Stanton and Forsyth streets Just before daj light yesterday morning, were hurled to the street by an explosion. A bomb went off In the hnllway on the second floor of the five story tenement, before which they were standing near a dour leading to the bedroom of Gio vanni Tusa, who has a bakery In the baseni' nt. Tusa nnd his wife nnd child were thrown from their lied. A hole five feet square was ripped out of the floor and tho plaster was shaken from tho walls in nearly alt the flats. The police men sny they heard shots Immediately after the explosion, but no one was found with bullet wounds. The second floor hallway was so badly wrecked that tho frightened tenants were forced to use the fire escapes to reach the street. Next door to Tusa lives Harnet reld- stein, who has a shoo storo on the ground floor of The building. Ho has a wife and two children. Tho door to his apartment was carried nway and the dishes In the kitchen smashed. His son Morris, asleep In the rear of tho shoo store, had to be rescued from under neath n pile of shoe boxes that had fallen from shelves attached to a wooden partition which was wrecked. Tony Volvo, 52 years old. was found unconscious on the third floor. Ho was treated by nn nmbulanco surgeon. On tho corner Jacob Rosenberg keeps an nil night drug store. Two women bad brought a prescription to bo filled and Rosenberg was In tho back of the store. Part of the celling fell and bottles tum bled from the shelves. The young women fled before tho police could ques tion them. The damage Is estimated at J2.000 by tho police.' It has been the ambition of Deputy Commissioner Dougherty to rid the city of bomb throwers and recently ho sent n squad of Italian detectives to circu late throughout the Infested districts at night In the hope of catching one of the Black Handera at work. The squad has mad no headway. 1 GREEKS IN TEARS AT MASS FOR DEAD KING The Poet Ycrakeris Heads Hex ameters That Cause 1,300 Pa!riols !o Weop. LITTLE CHURCH IS PACKED After the Long Services the Congregation Shares a Funeral Cake. There is no particular style of archi tecture displayed In the little red and gray stone church at 151 Kast Seventy second street, but Inside, as the Greeks express It, "there Is a heart" through which pulses tho loyal blood of expa triated Hellene.. It was there that 1,600 children of the glory which once belonged to Greece, nnd Mt til docs ho far as they aro con corned, gathered yestorday to pray for lm ,ll,n..a,l u.ml It, ..If B..a,.n,iln,l King George. So many of them flocked 1 through the church doors, not forget ting as they entered to kiss tho foot of a highly colored Christ, that sitting In the pews was quite out of the question. Every one stood, and standing was not exactly a trivial undertaking, for the , , , . . ii ia i i it" uuun nil -i-it in scrv ces, xvhlch bepan shortly after 10( . ., . .,,, o'clock, lasted until I. There was - iRcomp solemn l. gh mass the usual l-.aster w Adr, WIIHnin L. Sunday ritual of the Orthodox Greek Church, and n special rc.iulcm mass for the detid King now lying In state be- ; neath the high walls of the ruined Acropolis. A poet was present. . Perhaps It Is not generally known on the West Side, or for that matter very , generally any place In New York, that ; there lives In this town a man with , long hair and features like the pictured ! face of Socrates. He N the Homer of Greek America. It was he who went yesterday to the Church of the Holy Trinity with a roll of Greek hexumcters under his arm and a voice which later was to hi Ing tears to the eyes of hundreds of his auditors. At the end of the ritual, pcrfornn.1 In Honor or me sunn King, tie mounicu the steps to the maible altar and read his poem In Greek. i A than Ycrakeris has tears in his voice ' even when he talks conversationally, laughing the while, and undoubtedly he , must have in his totil the Milcndor of Hellenic tragedy. The poem he had written on the assassination of King ueorge was called ".Myroloyia. vviucli, literally iransiaieu, means la menin - .!nn "W w-h.el, In 1,1s own vennl, li,,,l. ties "We cry and we pray at the death of our King!" Ycrakeris Is not exactly a recent .lis - covcry. Kir many yeurs he has been writing patriotic poems and reading them nt Greek mass mi ns . churthes. In dingy coffee houes and, In fact, on the corners of the streets. So when It was decided by Consul Iloussl and the Itev. Methodlos v ourcouiis oi me v- iiurcii oi me noiy iriilll in teieuraie speciui ix-rv icc nn the death of King George they l'e naturally sent a messenger ..round to' me coi ee nouses .o .in.. . er.wer.s anu order him to manufacture nn t.egy And according to orders en.ker.s did It. all in forty-eight horns, with the re - suit hat many a Grecian liead .,' ,iranch bank, and with deposits ex-I bowed yesterday, many a tear dashed $30.000.n00 may have two. away and many a flood of emotion f ,hey obtain the pcrmlsMon awakened In patriotic henrts. i - ,,, .,..,,.,,, flf n.mi Th- ....... . ...... n.l.,N..y . r ,Ua.,J In black cloth, ns was the altar, .lust before the altar stood a funeral bier, six feet long and five feet wide. It wns five, nearly six feel, high and at each corner towered a huse br.iss candlc- stick holding a heavy candle. Smaller,,,, .,,':.. r ,hrm fr, ,mv candles burned on the bier's surface, , lnK cvt , muPn ,' 3 p,,r ccnt. and nt Its middle raised on a pyramided o)lock ,,, e tlin, .,, dais, was the colllva. emblcmallc of thej,unKs inf,,,,Kll t being mo.e agencies of dead when the dead Is absent. Vester-1 t)t. savings of the people, shall now be day's colllva looked much Ilk" a birth-Imade financial institutions, having a power day cake. Its surface, was white, so : in the surplus, which can be swung by made bv a white frosting, nnd It was th persona in control in nld of financial decorated in color with n picture 0f schemes ns are the funds In other banks. t.-i., rienrc-e There are nbout two billions of dollars In w. . .V . . .1 . the lf.l savings banks hi the State A After the servlc. s. as Is th. custom In retirement f tr, er cent, reseive tne tjreek 1 liurcli, tile loyal Hellenes crowded about this bier Impatiently walling their turn for a morsel of the cake. If It may be called that. It was dished out In small quantities nn china plates and handed around for those who wished to eat. The suhstnnte Is wheat grains, ilnnnmon and pulverized sugar. It tnstes not unlike a breakfast food. As the people crowded Into the church ' uu " were met oy nawKers, some or mux.. cik .-.-ihiik v.iiit'iii.) colore.. . nanu nineiais nave recogiuzco tnai larg photographs of King George, others 0r reserves must bo kept by the Kinks, small flags, bolh American nnd Guek, others lapel buttons bearing a likeness of the late King, and yet others candles nbout ten Inches long. There were many who did not pur chase the pictures or the flags, but there were scarcely half a dozen who .lid not buy a candle. As the worshippers entered they lighted thet-o candles at a large taper placed for that purpose near the door, nn.l throughout the long services held them burning In their , imdR The canticle of the Greek ritual, which lasts for half an hour or more, 1 was chanted by the Rev. Mr. Cour- coulls and his assistant, the Itev. Mr 1 Chrysanthos Jacobldes, As there were many women with children In their arms the voices .of the two men were frequently drowned by the waiting of unhappy babies, but this did not seem to Interfere with the progress of the sendee or to ruftle the devoutness of the congregation - In fact It was much as If the cries were an Integral part of the ceremony. Tho Rev. Mr. Courcoulls, who nfter the fashion of Greek priests wears his long hair pinned In a knot at the back of his liend when on tho street, yester day permitted It to flow over his shoul ders. On his head rested a kallnuf chlon, a very high conical hat with no brim, which priests of tho Greek re llglon wear on such occasions, lie wore a white satin robo which reached to his heels, and about his shoulders nnd waist were n bright red satin sash and cape. The entire service was in Greek And so was Mr. Cotircoulls's sermon, which recounted the life and achievements of tho murdered King. ARGENTINA'S WHEAT OUTLOOK. Preliminary lUtlmate of Production Is I0N,41T.000 Bushels. Washinoton. March 23. A cablrgiam from the International Institute of Agri culture, Home, gives this Information: The nrellmlnnry estimate nf the proline tlon of wheat In Argentina this seabou Is 1dR.4IT.000 bushels and of cleaned rice in India 68.2I3.O00.0U0 pounds. Tho estimated production of rice In Bulgaria. Spain. Italy, the United States, India, Japan and Kgypt totals 77,168,000, 000 pounds, or 19 per cent, of last year's production in tne countries named. BLACK LIES IN STATE TO-DAY. I'nhllr Will He Pennine.! tn Tribute to I2x-GoTraor. Ai.iianv, Mnrch 23. The body of Krnnk 8. lllack, ex-Governor, statesman and lawyer, whoso death came early Satur day morning as a result of heart trouble, will Ho In stnte In tho mnln room of the HInck resfdence nt 40 Pine woods nvenue, Troy, from noon until 3 o'clock to-morrow nnd the public will be admitted. To-morrow, a committee of the Ue- publlcan Stnte Committee will pay re-. spect to his memory. Included In the delegation will be William Harnes .lr, 1 chairman of the committee; Cleorgc W. ' Aldrldge, William L. Ward, Abraham, druber, 11. I). Odell, O. V. Collins, Jacob' Livingston, George Cromwell, Kdwin A. Merrltl. Jr., Francis Hendricks, Samuel S. Koenlg. Charles H. Hetts, William 11. DanleN, William H. Ten Kyck, Phillips, Kiting nau 1 . .J. n. Krackc. The funeral on Tuesday afternoon will bo attended only by members of the family and a few Intimate friends. The Itev. James A. Calrd, rector of the Free Church of the Ascension, will con duct 1 1 1 - service, which will be brief. After the service the funeral procession 1 will proceed to Oakvvood Cemetery and1 the body of the former Governor will ' be Inclnerat1.! In the Gardner Earl ere- m?A"rl5! Chairman Karnes of the Republican State committee has appointed a com mittee to represent hat organization to-day In Troy, when friends of the late ex-Gov. Black will pay their respects. The remains He In his lato residence on Plnewoods street. The funeral on Tues- composed of George Ward, Abra- I,,.... ?.iii.oi it n rv.if.il n ...1il..u , . .,..,., r,. ' ' r'ro.nwell! ..... . vrr. pr,llf..M ,r.n. ,,.,,. -,.,. u. kw. ('i,rie w ,, willhim If. Daniels. William II. Te ,.. ,,,,, KulnB nntl v ,t Hi jracitPt 'HITS RESERVE BILL FOR SAVINGS BANKS , Speakers Club Iteport Fears It's a (!rali for Control liy 'Money Trust." The three savings bank bills now ' pending in the Legislature, one of which provides that savings banks must cre- l ltf TfwTVP tuw equalling IS per 1 . . ., ..,, , ,,,it.i "'lit. of the d.OMtS, Will be subjected ' ' attack to-night nt the monthly .dinner of the Speakers Club, to lie neiu 1 nt Cavanagh's restaurant, Twenty-third Utrcot nml kkM avenue. This bill, ,, , ... ... ... ,, ,., W hlch will cut to 3 - per cent, the ln- terest rate of the banks which now pay- 4 per cent.', has been reported out of j t,e Senate committee and was debated f Uyo .Jnuri) m lhu Spn,t(, ,ust Wednesday. rlo,u. ,.,- i.i.lu i..vi.l for the , establishment of u 15 per cent, reserve fund; that ravings banks may merge ()t)pr Mnw lMllKs wl,, ,,. ,,. (f , Smti, Suporn,en.lent of , llank lim, ttm, a KavlnE! ,nU ulth :.. ,.,,, t-nnnaonn ....v "t Tiio Speakers Club committee par ticularly attacks the reserve bill. The report says: "The bill will prevent all but a Jew of the savings banks In the Stato from pay ing more than It's per cent per annum wmlI(1 .., ,mt ,ilrP hun.ired millions. odd dollars could and would find their way Into Wall Street through loans and deposits in business hanks and trust com panies and be used In stork speculations. Rambling and high finance." 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Suits $17.50 to $15 SBks&Cfnnumui Broadway at 34th Street CURTIS BELL PHOTOGRAPH is the last word in ARTISTIC PORTRAITURE One does not receive the continued support of the most cultured and distinguished element in American society without reason. CURTIS BELL SI UDIO 588 Fifth Avenue aaaaaaaaajaaaaaaaajaiaaaaaywSBaajiyrfaMa! selves .will fall into the hands of men who will use u for selfish purpot-es The bill provides that the receive milFt bo Invested In the same class of se. eurltlcs as 3.1 per cent, of the deposits must co Into now. As for the lull ! i.reventlng the establishment of ne,v savings banks, there are too many such Institutions now, according to the Su- petiiuendent of Hanks. who has refused lo give charters, No saving.' banks hnvo been started for three years. Loatfoa, 1111 HIGH-GRADE Ti in Wtrld 1 grant.