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THE SUX, SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1913.
I Cotinnught, who underwent a serious opnriitlon two days ago, Is progressing ! touatd lecover. She will remain In BELGIAN STRIKE IS ON AHEADOF TIME orltiiioii Quit Work o Koivt? Poma nds for Kqitnl Stiff rape. FACTOIMES UAUU HIT IfJftJl flKiP OF PRISON; VERY ILL bed for three wrelts and as soon as she III, I.' t.l H'.ll iiI 'ii tltp will go to u OUTER APPAREL MtLLlNERV- FURS Wlir.lUT litnate Jfur Storage Ii N s.ild i lint uno w l not accom p.mv the DnKe of ( 'ouniinght when he i 1 1 1 1 n .4 to Canada In May to resume his duties ik t.iovel nor-tleneral of the Dominion. .Mililmil l.cmlcr Wliiskoil Away lo Xiirsinp; Home ly Dotrotivos. HIT SIIK Ml'ST fiO HACK (tovcriinictil Will (iiiipi'iMiii Her si Soon n She Is Well llnousli. peaj! I able t'etpatcl. to Tun Sc t.ustioN', Aprlt 12. After being on n hunger strilie fur nine davs In Hollowny .VII Mr.. Rnimeline I'.-inlthurst. the leader uf tin- mllltntit sulfrngrttes, wus lelensed from lirr roll nt in.4fi this morning after tin- prison authorities liail sgricd that her weakened condition made It licorssurj that ."he be permitted to ncii r.it. The icIcno of tho nnlltnnt loader ramo as h surprise to nltno't every one, even to the women sentries of t ho Women's Social and Political l'nlon who had been patrolling the vlrlnlty of Hoi loway Jail since .Mis. Pnnkhitrst was j tahen there Inst Thursday and who hae worked la one hour shif's. Thete was no one besides the sentrloH at the ptlson gntes when a taMcab suddenly dashed out from the Interior of the prison yard The taxlivb had gone some illstnnce wnen a woman's atin was seen waving from one of the vehicle's windows. It was only then Hiat the female pickets realized th r. Identity of the person in the taxlcab, snd they ehei red madly The women ran wildly after the taMcab In an at tempt to catch up with it, bu: their llort was In vain. Two taN.leo.bs tilled with directives followed tho one In which Mis. rnnkhurst was taken from the prison to n nursing home at Rem- brldBe tiard.'iis. ltayswa;er Although the militant. leader Is In a very feeble condition ns the result of her nine dajs refusal to take food she was able to receive visitors during the rlay, perhaps to tell them of her experl- nee while In captivity. , Suffragette otlkials of the Women':! Social and Political l'nlon said to-night that Mrs. l'ankhtiist Is unable to talk or to t t tip, but the doctor is hopeful of her recovery. The house In which Mr Rnnkhurst is staving Is now being closely watched '' detectives, as them is a fear that Hie may attempt to escape from Jurisdic tion Inanities were made to-day nt the Home Otllco in regard to the release of tho suffragette leader, and it was said there that she was released on n license "with special conditions and for a lim ited period " copy of the license will be tabled In the House of Commons on Monday. The icleaso of Mrs. rnnkhurst does not relate to the so-called "cat nnd mouse." bill, under which a prisoner Is to be relea-nl and then taken back Ui Jail when the recuperation Is complete. The militant leaders release Is In ac lordmue wlih the powers already pos sessed by the I ionic Secretary in cases wlie.ie sentences of penal servtlude. have been passed. Mrs l'anlvhurst was sen tenced to a three years term, having been convicted of having Instigated the attempted destruction of the new house being built for David I.loyd George, t 'haniellor of the i:ehequcr Hy the terms of the license under Willi h she watt released Mrs. Pankhurst must nport at frequent intervals to the police authorities and is liable to Imme diate mat-rest In cam shu lontmits any imsdiiii'-nnor. It was said to-day that the Intention of the Home iillUe and the prison authorities Is to allow the MiffrnK- tt,. leader to be free only until she regains her strength. Then, It Is said, she is to be recommitted. While In prison Mrs. Pankhurst did not touch food during the cut. re nine, only drinking the water wheh was placed in her cell. .t no um,. , n,,. prison authorities oiler her the usual prison fare. Instead food to winch the leader was accustomed as a fiee woman was placed befoie her and when he i,f.. K.m to weaken from starvation diet usually given to an Invalid replaced the other tond. This too was disdained. i ho followers of Mrs. Pankhurst have not ceased their' demonstrations ! now that she has ben released. Dis turbances of a minor nature were ie ported to-day. To-night 200 members) of the Women's Sorial and Political t'nlou. with bands playing and black Hags Hying, formed Into a procession nt Holloway Jail and marched around the building, singing and cheering tho suf fingettes Imprisoned within. A' the close of n performance of Arnold Bennett's "Tho Clreat Adven ture"' at tho Kingswny Theatre this evening the audience was shocked by h woman In the pit who shouted nt the night Hon, Augustlno Hlrrell, tho chief secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, who was in tho stalls. Mr. Hlrrell Is a member of the Liberal Cabi net. "Why don't you resign?" Mr. Hlr rell was nsked In n loud nnd shrill voice. "Yon know that tho 'cat and mouse' lull Is useless." The attendants of the theatre rushed tn tho woman and hastened her exit Jrom the building. Tho suffragettes set fire to-day to the shops which Join the sehoolhouses at fiateshead. The early discovery of the flames prevented the lire from spread ing. Tho incendiaries left cards near the tcene which bore the Inscription: "For damage, en Asqulth." Two of the younger element nf the militant brigade vvero sent to prlon to day for six weeks each, having been con iited In the police court of enrrvlng Implements and materials of destntet! m. The names of tho glrN as they gave them were Phyllis Hrndy and Mllllcont Dean, although there Is some doubt In ligard to the authenticity of the for mer's name. The two young militants were nr iivted eight days ago and attempted tn i scape from tho police when approached. They dropped bags which were found to contuln laign quantities of inflammable mateiials, Including parallln, paper soaked with oil, candles, matches, patent lire lighters and similar articles. Plac ards beiinng the words "Hewnro how you tieat Mrs Pankhurst!" wero also found l.i tin bags. I'm' I lie l.i st eight ilavs Miss Hrady lad been nn u hungr strike nnd when die appeared In lourt to-dcy sho looked much tin. vvuife fioni her fast, CONNAUOHT DUCHESS IMPROVED. .she Will .No I .eenniinny Duke on Hctnrn tn Camilla, sptcml Cithlf tifipati'h tn Thf. Scn London, April 12. Announcement yns made to-day that the Duchea of BANK OF ENGLAND ROBBED? Itciiorl oillelnl nml Ten uf ihotit- nil uf I'oiihiIm Ait Mixing. Special Cable Henpntcb to Tar. Sf l.ostioN. April 12 The t'lli-.rn (,iucd ,i sensation In London liy saying th.it a highly placed nlll.-i.il of a widely Known London b.inU had vanished and thai imie thousands of pitti mix were missing Ii Is lunv believed that the banlt mentioned In the repot t I" the II.111I! of Rnglnnd. The 7'imM pubU'licd on Apiil i a list fif four Inn bonds which were Hudson Hay. Argentine. Ilrar.lllan and Chilean. Information tegardlng which was teiitiested by a firm of tlty solici tors The value of the bonds was placed at Cfl.noo ($17.i"00. but It Is rummed that the batik's total loss runs Into the tens of thousand of pounds, Strenuous efforts have teen tnndn to !eep the matter secret, but according to one version of the story nn official of tho Hank of Knglnnd was summoned to the manager's olllce In order to e- plain the Irregnlatltles. lie promised to do so hihI went upstairs to get the nec essnry papets, He was seen to paue halfway up and to descend slowlv. with out his hat or his coat, and to piss into tho street. Since then, nrrotdlnr to tho ftorv no trace ha been found of him GHATEL ART COLLECTION NETS $48,000 IN PARIS Itiir Prices Paid for Tnpeslrio.s nnd Antique I'll rn it lire at Snlo. Sptaal Calif I)etpa:ci to Tiu is 141113. April 12. The sale of the art collection of the lain M. Chatel of Lyons, consisting of paintings, matbles, bronzes, tapestries, antique furniture, Ac, at the Hotel Drouot netted $4v000. Sis of the .102 lots sold for four figures. A mahogany chest of drawers stand ing almost three feet high sold for Jt.SSO. The chest Is In the shape of a half moon nnd the front Is divided Into two drawers nnd two cupboards with side doorw. Kings are huns from the keyholes, forming handles, and all the slldea and sockets are In chased nnd gilt htonze. The top Is surmounted by n white marble bust A pot Hon of a large finely woven tapestry depleting a scene from tho 'Id Testament. "Abraham In the Desert," was sold for Sl.VIO. Noble folk and ani mals form the theme of the picture There Is u wide border on three sld s consisting of interwoven boushs in bloom of n deep maroon. In two of the corners are medallions with monogram. It Is believed to be the product of p Parisian shop of the early seventeenth cf ntury. A cylindrical ninhognny bureau of the period of Louis XVI. brought $1,200. It stands three feet high. A pair of andirons of chased nnd gilt btoiue of the samo period sold for $1..10O. Ilaeh Is topped with a Hon l.-inc on a pedestal decorat. d with draperies The andirons have timed feet A large rectangular tapestry with a si ne fr mi he life of King David went fur H.2i'. In the middle (,f a garden Hatlishcb.i Is sitting bathing her feet In a pool. Sim Is attended ly two maidservants, who stand be'.i.nd her A man wlMi a lance nnd vvean.i--a plumed hat Is coming from the lef' hand side of the ganh n and Is giving Hathsheba the message fiotn King David, who Is seen standing on a tei ihie of the palace playing a li.up The tapestfy has a broad border of t..weis and fru!t At the foot are tw i coats of arms with the monograms W. S. and n. S. and the date 15i3. It Is of Herman or Swiss workmanship. A smnll carved wood sofu of the per "f X!V''- ,,B t,r ,, ,-0.J It Is coveted with n grayish blue clot'i figured with flower and has two c ish Ions of the same material. COMES HERE FOR A FORTUNE. The Marlalnr of l.urbbnle on the Mnnrrtauln Will F.ntrr Vaodetllle. Special Cabl fifipJtcA to T Scs LivKtirooi., April 12. -Among the pas sengers on the steamship Maurctanla, sailing for New York to-day, Is the Maclalue of Lochbule, the chief of a Scottish clan, whose estate In Lochbule, comprising about 35,000 ncres, Is so en cumbered with debt that It yields noth ing. The Maclalne of Lochbule goes to New York to retrlevo his fortunes by a vaudeville engagement, and It Is said that a theatrical syndicate will pay him $1,000 a week during hta engagement. Tho Maclalne Is the godson of the Duko of Argyle, who saw him off amid the shrill farewell of the pipers of the Scots Guards, In which the Maclalne was formerly an ofllce'r. Other passengers on the Maurctanla are Mrs. Otto Kahn und her family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kugene Kahn, Inn Hamilton, Hamilton Henn, member of tho House of Commons; Herbert Clatk Hoover, the American mining expert, whoso home Is in London and who was recently elected a trustee of Leland-Stanford 1'nlvorsity In place of the late Ambas sador Whltelaw Held; r. L. I'lllsbury, Mr. and Mrs, Tyler Morse, the Hon. Cecil Vavasseur Kiahcr, the eldest son oi' tho first Hnron Fisher; this Hon. Con stantino Dumba, Ashley Edwards, Laura .1 Kd wards, Col. M. Hunslcker, Imre Klrnlfy nnd Mrs. H. Dillon Ripley, SNOWSTORM GRIPS EUROPE. Telegraph Service Crippled nnd In- lenae Told Iluln eielalloti. Special Cattle ItetpatcK tn Tnc Srs HnussELs, April 1L Belgium Is In the grip nf a heavy snowstorm, The heavy snowfall and Inlenmi cold of Ust night has blighted much of tho early vegeta tion and gardens and orchards In many districts havo been ruined. Tho tele phone und telegraph service has been berlously crippled. The fnmmoiclat Cable Company has issued tin. following notice: "Our London olllco gives notice of probable delay on telegrams for Auh-tiia-IIonmiry, Belgium, France, tier, muny, Italy, Switzerland and other countries beyond, owing to snow storm." The Western l'nlon Cable Company Issued a similar notice. Soldiers Will Hun Public I'tilily I'liiiils Till Simple Is Over. SperMl nM' limimii-'i to Tas Sti tliti rincL!. April 13. The general strike of workmen throughout Helglum us a demand for manhood suffrage has been begun suddenly. The date fixed for the strike was Monday, but develop ments yesterday Influenced the Soclullft lenders to strike ahead of time. Thero wan some hope last evening that tho sttlke. could still he averted. Negotiations between the Rurgomaster of llrussels and Premier M. de Unique, villn resulted In the promise from the latter of a revision of the Constitution and tho appointment of a commission to examine the electoral system and peek to tind a solution of the demand of the strike!.. Success, however, met the efforts of tho'-e who talked vvlth tlie Government D puties against the Ptemlei's plan, As a result the Oovernment Deputies de. elded to prevent the formation of the commission. A few hours later the Socialists' decision to start tho strike was put into effect. M. an Deis Mlssetl, the secretary of tho strike lommlttee, thinks that the strike will last three weeks and he em- phntlcallv denies that the strikers are bearing arms. The delegates of the trade unions of Ghent Implored their Socialist com rades to consent to the trades exposition ut Ghent, which will open In n fortnight from yesterday and on which f0,O0O,0UO was spent. Tho guarded and neutral reply which was given vvns "It each man decide for hlmelf." In view of the Inauguration of the strike 300 extra gendarmes have been sent to Ghent to aid In pi ottctltig the ex position property from outbreaks, which, however, are not feaied. Thi; coal mines and the f.ictniiej, which are hard hit by the strike, will be guarded bv soldiers, who will operate the gas and electrlcitv The plan to send thous.indM of the vvotkers' children to Holland. Kraut1? and Gei many to be cared lor by virtue of the hospitality of Socialistic tatnllles vvns abandoned eterday. ti the par ents of the children said they would be too unhappy If they patted with them. However, t lie children will lie j.Pnt to other countries if the provisions of the strikers run short bv a prolongation of the st! Ike. The municipality of Brussels believes that the gas, electricity and wate, sup Idles are now in a condition to be main tained for two months without a scat clt.v or n tlelip. The situation in connection with the strike Is u cumbersome one. The King, according to the Constitution, Is pre vented from Interfering nnd he cannot dl-solve Parliament or change the .Min istry. If those changes should seem uec eu.iry for a settlement of the country wide Mrlke movement Resides Parlia ment must finish Its debate on the mill tiny law In view of the International situation. From Antwerp a m's-age has ben re, e, ved that the men employed in the automobile factories and the Iron works have declared that they will not resume tueir work until the general strike Is over. According to the newspaper Patriot'' twent-flve families of coal miners In to, centtul district have gone to the Tinted spates, several partls of metal worki r.sDinve departed for liulgana. wlille still other parties nf workmen have gone to other plmes mm, it from Re Igiutn. SALON DES BEAUX ARTS OPENED. President Polucnrr Ahaent Owing In Death of Ilia Mother. .ipr nil Cable Unratrl, to Tar Stv Pints, April 12 The Salun of the Sotiete des Reaux Arts was liuuigut uted to-day without the presence of President Polncare, who remained away owing to his mother's death. The cieat features thlR ytar Include an enormous painting by M. Roll, prov ident of the Soclete, entitled "The Apotheosis of Krance," which is In tended for the celling of the IVt.t Palais on the Avenue des Champs Klysces; a symbolical portrait of Don Quixote, by Lagandarn; "Tho Aft Sri dents' Rail.'' by Wlllette; six Immense and mystlcnl sky studies by Lesldener; "Rallerlna Making I'p," by Krlescke; three large panels Illustrating tho career of Jeanne d'Arc, by Pemonvel, "Cupid Kxplnlnlng to a Revy of Modern Young Women the Anatomy of the Classical Satyr," by Lntouche; "The First Meeting of Christ with Mary Mag dalen," by Montennr; a statue of Jer emiah weeping over Jerusalem, by Wla derhnusern, and a tnnagra figurine of n d.infieuso In green bronze by an Ameri can, Cecil Howard. The Salon this year seems pervaded with a more conservative note and while the average merit Is aa high as usual, If not higher, there nrn fewer works that seem likely to evoke dis cussion, Tho sensational element Is almost wholly absent, HISS LEISHMAN TO WED SOON. Arrangement for Marriage In Hake of Croy nt Completed. Special Cable linpalch to Tnr. Si v Raius, April 12. From u person In close relations with tho family of J. G. A. Lelshman, I'nlled Stntes Ambassador to Germany, Tun Sit.v correspondent has obtained the Information that the an nounced forthcoming mnniago of Miss Nancy Lelshman, daughter of the Am bassador, to the Duko of Croy Is not yet definitely arranged, although tho likeli hood of Its taking place is fully admitted, Miss Lelshman Is not In Rarls, The Informant of Tub Siw'h correspondent believes that the marriage will not take place for some weeks to come. A recent report said that tho marriage of Miss Nancy Lelshman to the Duke of Crov would take phce In Paris on April 11. Teacher for Samoa la nmed. Washington. April 12. Paul T. Cheeck of lllllshnin, N, C, was appointed ft teacher to-day in the Government Bchool of the American Itlands of Samoa, at the lowest rates consistent with proper care and modern facilities. Remodeling and Repairing at a substantial saving during the Summer. Jmportlng- cFarriers Between 35th and 30th Stj. Tel. 2044 Qreeley Mary Anderson Warner MEW ADDRESS Frances Building Fifth Jlvnue at 53d Street, New York Gowns, Suits, Lingerie FrocKs, Blouses Tailoring and Order Departments UNDERWOOD WINS ON SUGAR SCHEDULE 'ort'os Democratic fiint'iis jo; Accept It hy Overwhelm- ! inpr Vote. TAKKS THE FLOOH TWICK Wool Men. Openly InMinrent. Hold a Meeting and Map Their Campaign. WsniM.T0. April 1!. llcprt setlta i.o usiar W. I'nderwood reasserted his dominance of the Houe Democrats to-day when he forced the caucus to accept the dictum of President Wilson with regard to the projected changes In the sugar schedule of the tariff law. Mr, I'nderwood stood between two tires: First, from the sugar Demo crats, who opposd any reduction in tho suenr tariff, or If a reduction had to come then they Insisted oil slighter grada'lons than those provided In the new tariff law anil to be extended .in definitely; second, there was a strung faction whli h favor d Immediate free sugar without regard for either the ex pressed wishes of Piesldent Wilson or the plaintive claims of the sugar pro ducers that Immediate free sugar spelled bankruptcy. Mr. I'nderwood took the floor twice against the two anti-Admlnlstintlon wings of the party. Roth times he won by an overwhelming majority. The sugar Representatives weie led by Representative, now Senator-elect. Robert Rroussard of Louisiana. .Mr. Rrousrard had a following of about twenty-five members, Including the en tile Louisiana delegation, and Demo crata from Mississippi and the beet sugar States of the West. His first proposition was to eliminate the provision for free sugar In three yenrs by substituting a 10 per rent, re duction to be followed by a gradual re duction for ten years. Mr, Rrou.-said's tlrst amendment cut the tariff on '.'6 per cent, sugar from Cuba JO cents per hundred weight until l'Jlfi; then rents per hundred weight from 1916 to 1919; and thereafter 37 cents per hun dred weight. This amendment was beaten and Mr. Rroussard promptly tried to have ac cepted nnother amendment to extend the period of grace for free sugar to four years Instead of three as in the present bill, and making of It theteby a question for discussion In the next national campaign. This amendment also was defeated. Representative Hardwlck of Georgia then took the floor. In advocacy of the contention of the tariff radicals that sugar should be on the free Hit forthwith, Mr. Underwood told the caucus when the Rrousserd amendments were under discussion that the Ways and Means Committee was convinced that otne consideration should be shown to the nugar producers by reason of the em barrosaed position in which the Indus try llnds Itself at the present time, after two short yenrs and with credit over extended In nil sections of the sugar producing area. Mr, I'nderwood said: "Wo ure willing to concede that im mediate free sugar would put the pro ducer to gravo disadvantage. It would drive him out of business without giving him opportunity for the substitution of other products and work gravo hard ship. "Hut freo sugar In three years will destroy no legitimate Industry in the IJnlted States. Furthermore, It will give the sugar producer a chance to piy his bills while he Is clumping his func tion from that of a sugar planter to a producer of the various diversified crops suitable to be grown tn what Is now the sugar producing regions." Representative Garland Bupro of Louisiana asserted that freo sugar would not Bdve the American consumer the $115,000,000 which the free susar Manuftctuing advocates declare will be the result of fieo listing the product. Mr. Hardwick's Immediate free sugar amendment hi ought Mr. I'nderw ood to tho floor in defence of the Ways and Means CommlTtce's position. He de manded of tho Democrats an exhibition of patty loyalty nt this critical time. The caucus voted In favor of the com mittee's provision, 139 nyes tn 65 noes, and then adjourned to meet Monday. Refnre the caucus gathered the wool Democrats of the House held a meet ing at which It was decided that they would stick close to the lines of the I'nderwood bill of tho Sixty-second Congress, which provided n, duty at 0 per cent, ad valorem on raw wool In the greae. They decided to dispute with the radical element of the Democrats on the tloor and with the Ways and Mean; Committee Itself that the last election furnished nn excuse for putting wool nn the free list. They will argue that their elections were won In wool pro ducing districts upon the promise that the Ciiderwond bill of 1911-12 would bn reenaeted. The wool Democrats are openly In surgent. More than twenty of them, representing about u score of the wool gpiwlng States, have decided to vote vvlth the Republicans ngalnt the wool si hedule of the new tariff bill when It reaehes the llou-e. T. ey declare that their meeting th.s morning represented le-s than nne-thlid uf their total length, which would Indicate that they may have between sixty nnd sev inty votes to cast In favor of moderate protection on wool. To fotestall the lnclulon of free wool .n the tariff bill they need about ninety vntes to cast with the Republicans. It Is belle.ved that they can get this number. WIND UPSETS WATER PLANES. Tour Aviators Narrowly I Urn e IlroiviiInK at .Monte Carlo. ipi Cable Detpatch to Tn" f" Paris, April VJ A high wind at Monte Carlo to-day brought disaster lo four of the six pilots taking pait In the hydroaeroplane rruUe front that port to Reaullou-sur-Mer and San Remo and leturn. The sea was furious. A I'arman hydroaeroplane, piloted by I'lseher, plunged Into the waves, but he and his companion were rescued by a torpedo beat. The tail of the Nieu port machine of We.vmann, tho Ameri can, was broken. Jloneaii In a Rieguet hydroaeroplane made the twenty-one miles to San IteTllo III record time Tlirm II, . .rM. sea upset him. The hydroaeroplane nnd the crew for a moment wero lost to sight, but the nllot and thn nivalin - tiiclan welo saved llnnllv nml ,,ni-n,l e. nt a San Remo hotel. In con-efiuence of the tempest the contest for the (Irand Prize of Monaco was annulled by tba committee In charge of tho races, but "Ju.OOO francs ($.V0U0) was divided among the par ticipants according to their Individual showing, The smallest sum was awarded to Weymann. PATRIOTISM BOILS OVER. rreiii'h Prnfeaaor .Miililird for iu liiff Military BUI I'riilest. ipeci'il Cnhle lepatth tn Tnt Sin. Pviiis. April IS. -A professor was mobbed to-day by the students of tho National Agi Icttltural institute because ho signed a protest against tho pro p.wod lengthening of the military cer vice to three years. Tho students, who are bolIlnB over with patriotism, are demanding that the professor be compelled to hand In his resignation, TO RETURN WITH THEIR DEAD. Untitle) Marllu'a Fnuillr Will Sail Wllh Dod- uu April III, special Cable lepalrfi tn Tan 9r London-, April ii. The Karl and I'ountess of Craven, Mrs, Rradlev Mar tin and Frcderle Townsend Martin will sail on tho Kulser Wllhelm der Orossc on April It!. Tho liner will take- tho budy of Rtadlcy Martin to America, FOR -.WOMEN, MISSES And JUNIORS ANNOUNCE IJF.GINNING TOMORROW. Especially Attractive Values Carefully selected from the largest display of fashionablr Outer-dress assembled in this country - values possessing more real mcrii than can be found in most offerings adver tised as "sales" Handsome Three-piece Costume Suits at $95 The season's smartest effects for luncheons, calling, cards, theatre, etc. -of charmcusc, satin de soie. shantung, and silk Bedford. Tailor Suits at $38, $50 & $58 Women's and Misses' styles, hand-tailored throughout, in this sea son's most fashionable materials and shades. Afternoon Dresses at $38 & $45 A wide range of late French styles seldom offered at such low prices - of Canton crepe, satin de soie, crepe de soie, Pompadour and figured crepes, French serge nnd other fine materials. Motor and Semi-dress Coats Unusual Values at $35 & $50 Splendid hand-tailored, silk-lined garments of newest materials, in stripes, checks, fancy weaves and shades and plain shades: also black and blue at f35 Stunning new Callot model, combining a Motor Coat and Wrap of imported wool eponge, in light blue, rose, chartreuse, navy, white and black at f50 Evening Gowns, Special at $55 & $65 Adaptations of entirely new French models in the season's daintiest fabrics and shades -also suitable for Summer Resort wear. Tailored Hats at $10, $12 &$15 The newest London and Paris effects. Dress and Semi -dress Hals, $22, $25 & s30 Reproductions and adaptations of late models from the foremost French modistes. Dainty Blouses, Special at $10 The newest chiffon and satin effects, ranging in value up to $25. Also unusual values in Exquisite French Blouses at 15 to !45 Of crepe de chine, chilfon and fine laces. MARTIN'S HAT AND P0CKETB00K FOUND Continued from "in 'i;r some undisclosed reason, to be e.Mim Ined on Sunday morning by Sir Melville Macnaghten nnd the d-tectives wurMng on tlie case. Sir Melville Is duel nf the criminal Investigating department of Scotland Yard. Mr. Anderson told the rot respondent of Tub SfN later that he still believes that Mr. Martin will turn up, but he cannot offer any thorny nn the case unless there Is some sudden develop tneut. The correspondent of Tub Si x pa!d a visit to the police about the T'lames River. The police at Mungerfnrd RrMge said that they did not hear nn.v sounds of ii struggle nr of a body falling Into the water on tho night of April Z and they explained that when a body falls from the bridge, to which the police sta tion Is close, there is a sound like n cannon shot which reverberates for a great distance. Mr. Anderson called In a liahvovant Courittd and Cravcllinij Coats Tor men aid Women Outer Garments for Street Wear, the Train and the Shore. The newest English fabrics in original design from our own workrooms. Raincoats Dust Coats of silk, linen, mohair, etc. Ikils-flOflflks-Gloves-Itlotor Bats Boniwts Motoring Accessories of Every Description CtRT'b Department of cT35 ? CHAUFFEUR EQUIPMENT. LIVERY. SUITS, OVERCOATS, in an unlimited variety from the most inexpensive to the best ready to wear and to order. Aenrf for illustrated catalog Sole Atnti (or ALFRED DUNHILL MOTOR ITIES. lemim PIPTHJSWLer' &4&St. "N.Y. OPPOSITE TOE TrtKEJXJKF ASTORtft.. to help It .111 llnd l.i" friend but 'he tinee was unsuccessful. $12,590 REARD FROM FAMILY llelntltei of J r. Mnrtln In Vlnnphli ilay fin Abroad. Mr.Ml'ins, Tenn., April 12 1 nlf Joseph W. Mai tin. the wealthv Mem i phlan. who disappeared In l.nndin ev era! days ago after closing a hid des said to have Involved iibom Si'OO.i'um Is found within twenty-four limits loei, 'relattvis will sail for Kngbnd to nm In the search Meantime the" have ' tered tRViUO reward for Information a lo his whereabouts and luve uibled Hi olfer tn London. Nn definite information '..as open i 'reived here as tn the amouni of muni" that M.irt'n bad in li. pnetnn the time of his disappearance nl'hnn, the I eld Ives believe that owing to 1 fa"t that lie was attired 'ii a dr- suit It i reasonable tn suppose i" ' the sum was not grt.u. Mrs. Nln.i l. M.irlln. widowed inoif't of the man, who has made her hum In the lintel Gayoso, has been remined to the home of her daughter. Mrs. .1 S Dunscomb. where she Is In a stale ''! extreme anxiety Members nf the f,im ily, one of the most promlnem In Mem- , plils, held frequent conversations at tlie Piinscnnib home and elsewhere to-d.iv 2