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THE SUN, THURSDAY. APRIL 24. 1913.
J'.Ft-nrl Fnshft Surrenders lo
Montenegrins After Three
KTvTOICIXa BY K I N"G
.Vicholns Anpenrs on Pnlncc
nnlcony at Cettinjo and
UIKS OTtEATLY ELATED
However, Fori Anx
1iilo Aiistrin He-
-.e,il toh'.e fiffM'rVt lo Tnr. Scv
tis. A pi It 2 1. A despatch from
' inii.i in the Daily UmfH.iys Count vim
nht..iil iiu. Pnrclgn Secretary, sent
note In the Powers Jestcrdny (UYdllcs
.ij) asking them to Join with Austria
n toning Montenegro tn evacuate Sen
art v. It hln forty. eight bonis
"EiTtsji:. April aa.-Scutnrl surren-if-ed
the Montenegrins to-day with-
it the shedding nf a (Imp of Mood
",:.i slums of' a general assault and
aje.it io-.s nf life on huth Hides ale with
ut fiundlt.oli i:en the redoubtable
' .r.' 11. 'i fortress was h.mileil over to
e victors without tiring .1 .-hot Tin- i e-
ir of the Montenegrin losing .1,000
M mi., mriv.. under l-.sul I .i li.-i .
.i i .mm men Killed in bloody hiinil
"i minuets li.ne no tininil.ulim
' 'IV gien oil' e.'letila by the
. - 1 rntn at that a lien e general h
. w is on and that both ldes had
'lenii ,.,iilv ,s now i.hllUted lo be
. - 1 ii.iwn in Amerlia as a "bluff
. .s.iii win this official statement
.,- on oii is not yet clear. Tlm
u s .if great .slaughter mi both sides
i-s.i'i'.t of 'wo da.s are myths
i. t.i'l of the surrender of
s .-ii'i.i the Turkish commt.iHlei' have
" ' '"'II t IVeil, lint the present
'in,.H"ii is to the etTect that the
..runs tnr the surrender nf Seiltjli
sllll 11 Apt il i'l. a.s the insult (if .111-
s wht, I, in,,,,. ,v .;ss.j
-' ' I'..- Turkish coiimiander. the
" d.n. Ilss.ni mnilo these ad-
. i innai' inly 1 ,mc he was with-
' a 1 i.m m i t n 1 11
1 1 .1" Hi.. 1. rms of the sui render had
. Mned llfsad Pasha learned acei
r'i'!t that the Sen lun.s hail wlth
tro'n tin- attaining fore, s ami
C r .p..l lie stHf,.!,,.,! ,M ,1,., ,i 111 Is fur
lifllil'.nli The llegntlati'ilis lllere.
l.i'ii weip held up lor a tune. lieu.
1 itlt.'h. the Montenegrin ommintidr.
Tv.-i'. tnlil ;ssj I'.isli,, tll.it the
' iitenrgr.ns alte.ulv had n'vuplcd the
sauced iiosltintis wlilMi had been oc -
.r cU by the Seivians ami lhe had
n tios-ession of tin hitter's guns.
n with a view of .showing that
s natemcnt was true Cin. Vulto
'. mused the artillery to dil-ct n
i ii'ilmint at the lilnlitzji ..itr.-.-l
nan neon tile .-ervnii oineet.v .
. s ,l,..n, J !s reported. co'IV ) t .'l 1
s.nl I'asli.i of the truth of the st.it"-,
.' of the Montiyiegi In commander In
ef iml he resiimeil the in gntiatinns '
r Kin - tuler. He ev. ntua'ly signed the
n. n.a! . n. which prnvlilid that the
n.lirs "f Scutari .should l.e accorib d '
ii'iiois of war. Kssad I'ashuj
arc' d out at the head of the garrison, i
is-. e..irbd their arms and took the'
.it r -i l : ry with them i
vi I.' Tut It" withdrew from the ati-
- P 'S 'iOllS lh'- Mllllt' Ilegrlll.s i ll'., n il '
.1 11: cl salutes. It Is said thai Krsnd
in n nml his troops were allowed to I
., Tirana. Ilfty miles t t'ir s.nitii
. ' " ir .' miles to th" ,.Us-t of HiiruKzo.
T1 - t'atigitig of guns and the pealing
' i. in lieie at 2 o'clock thin morning.
ittli.l the citizens out of their sleep,
i "v hurried into the sti-cis. Intuitively
cu'z' K the meaning of lb" din. Tliev
r,f ..r it ought they knew that Scutari
i'i 'ailei. They began .sinjiing jiatii-
s...,s and tiring off revoUer.s.
. niHiehed to the palace ami checied
' ' i- is'ienlly.
i.' g .ieinlns and III" daughtets ap
.ireil r,n the balcony In answer to the
.' -ii 's of the ctowd. The King mad"
I'eeli tn th" ITOWll. wllli'll WHS
..'' '! with wild enthusiasm. While
ev, , lenient was at its heigh" the
i' s'-n atnes called at ihe palace to
jrntiilite the King. The Montene
"ereign embraced e-ach of them
people Indulged in wild cheers.
XI 71 W LONG RES1EGED
Fori Hint limn Jinn Heen Mnnlriir
urtns' lioal Mllee Oel. .
' coal of the war for the Moutene-
- ' 'is been Si titari eer sinte: on
1 iV.-i S last the llttlw country iU-
-ed war against the Talks. It took
i. 'i, a weK to set toward Scutari.
diioieii to Hi" capture of unlm
f' " ' frontier towns, but on October
wiie finally installed to the
i ..f Hi" mountain surrounded cit,.
that tune they have been al
' ' i Hininermg away lu an effort to
' .i" ire ihe eit Tho .Serbs, the
' ' and the Uulgats inade their
.-ns spread uve.r v.ulous parta
i .topean Turkey, but the Montene
with an army of 10,ii0(i men, kept
'",g away to achieve their ambition,
w .s the desire to add Scutari to thetr
tury, which was the underlying
' " of the wnr fiom their point of
- 'an is on Lake Scutari, and the
1 ''lu g Una between Monteni'gro and
in cuts the lake lu two. The
'eneqrltis hate always cast e'ovetous
at the city, which has been held
' ' Talks Blnce 1 177.
fortress nf Tarnkiutch was once
' - .1 l the Montenegrins, but the
' Jt ma i In them evacuate it on
i I Kine Nicholas haa Bpit
1 .ill his time at the front. Dur-
I'-aee negotiations Montenegro
' ph. ust Iiib In the attempt to win
.'v for their own, although the
l i.ni nf Huropo wus that Scutari
'I biriinie th't capital of an nil
o. . Albania.
Mini nuns the cables have carried
' that Ihe besiegers had con-
e town, but the Turks refused ;
r i.ili-l in the face of fierce bimi
'i , hi i.uess. dlscafe and tarVH
semap", helpeel the Montene-
'd a few wci'kfe ago, and greHt
i-rew up between the two
armies, caused liy Jealousy nf imiIi iiIIi
"I's lighting, Three weeks iiuo iln
Monletioci Iiih charged t lit. t the Sctbs
hud fit oil 1111 them, Mini I lie- Heivliiii
"I will ruler Hriilntl lit Hie hrnel of
my troc.pi." said King Nicholas, "or
I will never rplurii to Cctltnjo alive."
J!o matin tills answer after Austria,
alarmed during tho pence negotiations
that Scutari might become part nf
Montenegro, had sent ft perempteiry not.,
to hlra ti'llliiR him to lop the sler,o
An recently an April 14, after llussl.i
had Intimated to Nlcholnjt that It would
hp well for htm to plvn up hln plan and
nllow Hcuturl to heconin tho cnpltnl
of nti nutonomouH Albania, Montenegro
guvo out an official Matttncnt which
"Ex-en If forsaken hy everybody Mon
tenegro, conscious of her glorious past
and her Ideal!, will continue the strug
gle. Hhe may possibly yield to superior
force, hut never In tint dishonorable
way proposed by Kuropoan diplomacy.
Montenegro has not lived Boo yrnro in
darkness by the will of Kurope, but by
the blood of her best will". She will
only yield now by the shedding of blood.
She can dlo but once, and die. gloriously."
AUSTRIA GREATLY INCENSED
Tlirenten to rnil -1(1,11011 Troops In
Hrlve tint Montenegrlni..
lireml VaMr tifMfffilrfi lo 'Cut Stv
I.omiov, April ?4. - The unite nnxletv
as to tho surrender of Scutari rent res
i principally on tlm attitude of Austria,
"whose otllrlnl class Is reprcsen'ed to be
I ci'. cdlngly aimry over Montenegro's
i successful drlliinct' of r.tirope.
Amniig the many rumors In eliculn
! llmi 'heir is nothing at present to ri 1
'that the iloternilnatloti tu give Scutari
' tn Mli.uua will be abandoned, but It Is
Isald that Austria has decided not to niii-
mil to any further delay.
Acriirditn; ut the commentator of the
f)m( VV'errnp'i. who Is li.ick In Vienna.
Austrii has tried repeatedly but valnlv
lo Indiire the Towers to disembark
forces at Antivarl and inia.it 41111 and to
bring pressure on Miintcnei;r
Matl"lli'e. lie rlivs, lias now been e
liiiusied and she will demand Iminedi
atelv that tile Powers o let the Moll
t"iuKtius from Scutari or bestow a
tnnudite on hfr to do this work. Aus
tria, tlm writer Miys. I iirepar.d to
.send 4'i.ti"'' tronps and believer tli.it
sucll a display of force will result In a
bloodless evacuation of Albanian t.rr -tor.v.
but anyway c-he will not sliitk tli"
If the Powers do tint in in a few
days Austria, the writer ,iv will act
Premier Asiiuitii In a speech .a Lon
don to-nlch: teferred in a liop. ful mati
nee tn t.. results epec'eil from til"
confeience of Aml'assailors ai a meet, lit,'
nt which he presided lately m the al
sence of Sir IMwanl flrey. the Hrlti-h
rorelun Si crei.iry. The Premier ald
Miuoni; otln-r things'
"I will not ay that points of dilliciil y
will ni't nun" out nf this matter, and
there is one wlil.h i prominently in our
mind" to-nlcht 1 probably referntnr tu the
sMTeuder of Scutari). There n I jMiliit"
which w II! call fur the exi-rclse or the
MMii" 'i n,i lit i'' of forbearance, ni'i.u.il
unrlerstandmc. acciiiiiminl.itloii and .1
wllllnsnec-s to sul.nrdliifite pnrtli ul.ir in
terests and stisci'ii'lbllltles to the Ureal
iiinimoti imipose nf durable peace, but
inav lielle" witnout any rac"." 01
np'imim that sooner rather than later
we shall reach the goal which we have
so i.inn and laboriously sough'
REJOICING IN RUSSIA
,. .. .; , ., ..
'eiilnl'l s I nil l.ri'i'leil n cin
Wnr' lllu-,, r.
; i' ' i'tr """e'. " Tn i
Sr 1 'trrr.asiu i'.u. .)irll '.'H. The fa'l "
, ut.n i was gr.ete, ti.-t . as one ,,f tin
must nopn ai
Slll'Ces.-es of tile War
tween Tuikey and the Palkau alili -.
There was un:iieiii-e en'huji.isni
. .-r win i in Itii'si;, when tne an
liu inceuient of the surr.-mli wa" made
V huge in.ir.l'gatli'li attended a Te
Ileum "t vi.'" at the S,ias )-Prenbr,i-.ieii-1.'.
Catoeilral ;hi. firing Al.'ui
utile ers were present. Several th" i-ainl
persons afterward formed a procession
and marched through th" streets. ni!
illg patriotic songs. Th" otllcere at tlm
barracks saluted as the process-m,h
lthougli sui a ilenintistratiotis aie
forbidden nn a ruin Ihe police did not
Interfere with the procession until it
reached the Nevsky Prnspe. i. w-'ien the
denionstratot s were nrderr.l to dlspcis,..
Tiiey obejeii in an orelerlj manner.
The dlllicultles created by the fa i ..f
Scutari are recognized in oftlclal en
cles, but the i government will nol (liiu h
from Its loyal nilheslon to the Powers
which wa.s described In tin- recent dec
laration In leganl to Russia's pn'ticipi
tion in the blockade at Antiva'l. the
SERVIANS CHEER FOR ALLY.
(ienrml llejolelng In HclRrnile II. rr
irnnfrnrKrln Vlelnr.. .
s.re?; InbU Vli.lf' ' to 'i'llf. Sf
ftEMiRAlif;. April I'.t There wa.s crest
lejolclng heie to-night over the sur
render nf Scutari. King Peter and the
Ministers idontlfleel themelves with
the general rejoicing.
Crowds paraded the stieeis and sang
the Montenegrin natlonnl anthem. The
procession stopped befoie the Skuiish
tlna and the session of the House was
suspended while the Piemler and others
made addresses to the proecsionists.
ENTHUSIASM IN SOFIA
lint Senlarl's I'nll Will
llnslen i. Setllrioeiil.
ffitciol Cable nmintili to Tin. Si
Sofia, April S3,- There is great en
thusiasm hero over ihe fall of Scutari.
This feeling probably was Intensified by
the fact that the Montenegrins suc
ceeded without the aid of the Servians.
It i believed that unless Husslu niters
her policy the fall of the fortress will
hasten the Keneral settlement, because
now that Montenegro's honor htm been
satisfied It will bo easier for her to make
ARMISTICE IS PROLONGED.
HnlKcirlniia and Turk nt Pence fur
A not hrr Trn l)n.
SiiKial Cable Dftpatti lo The St s.
London, April 24. Tho nrmlstle be.
tween tho Turks and the allies at
Tchataldja, which expired on Wednes
day, lias been prolonged for ten elny.
ATHENS CELEBRATES VICTORY.
Ilnllinslnmii 'I'll ere ItrenlU l elelirs
llon liter .Iniilnn's Pall,
lpfri,il futile Httpr.trl, lo Tnr St
A rnu.vs April Ii3. The city was Ilium-
Inated and eleuoratert to-nlglu because nf
the surrender of Hcutarl to the Montene
Brlns. The enthusiasm recalls similar
scene" when I lies Oreeks captured
POLICE GET CHIEF
nt'spnnl. I.rfitlt'i' f
iloni Lonniip. AtTosicil
THY TO MTK THE WOMEN,
Crowd IUisIips Thrill. ImiI
slnblrs Tntrrfrrr Two
iptioi lutlt I)i4pnlih In Tin' Sev
X I.mniion'. April '-'3 Mr. Despard, th"
president of the Women's Freedom l.eaguo
and two other wemieii were arre'sted
to-night fer creating a ellsturbntien in
Trafalgar Hettare Several meinbers
of the league mounted Ihe plinth of the
Nelson column at a lute hour and rang
hells. ThlsnttrncteMl ii big crowd te whom
(th women tnadii speeches on sulTragisin.
Tlm ciowd was apparently Mrotmly
oi)osel to the suffragettes and IhreateniHl
'in duck the women in the fountains.
jThe police, in their efforts to preserve
order lold tln militants that they must
ston their harangues. The women re-
tiiseil and reslsteil the eflorts of the con-1
slalili'S to remove them, wbeieilpoii tliev I
were arrested I
threatening and noisy mob followed
the women to lh" police station
rlio. Women's 1 reedo'ii l.iMgile, unlike
tlm Women's Social and Political Pnion.
draws the. line at tin1 destruction of prop
erty but favors defiance of the law in a
comparatively epiiet way The Woun n'
Social and Political Pnion is keeping epttet
ivtul this is ascribed in some e iti.irl
to the fact that they are waiting for th"
expiration of Mrs Kmnielino Panklmrit's
"license" on which h" was released from
It may lie recalled thai the Women's
Social tinel Political Pnion treat eel the
release of Mrs Pankluirs; "on license"
with scorn and Indignation, and tliev
ay they are now waiting to oi if the
tiovernment will "elnr"" to rearrest th-ir
leader an'l compel her to serv out h"r
sentence when she rei'overs from th"
..fleets of Iiit hunger strike
It i predicted that if Mr-- P,inl;liuri
is agnin arrested there will io a wild
outburst of militancy Her friends -av
(hobos not recoverisl sufllcientlv to allow
her being sent back to jail. II the prinn
I doctors e'Oiicur In this the license piob-
I sidy will lie extended
I 'lh" uiuuiciialily of Nottingliiim ha
eleciiled to tefue to give police protection
to siiflragette meetings in ihat citv This
i means that at future meetings ihere th"
I siilTra gettes lnii.t face tho sipilnlit v nl .
j lynching utib'si thy him bruisert. to
pint ect them Oh" of the most ilestruc
ti" anti-sudragette ileminisiratloiis m
recent times took plao in Nottiusham
some time ago, when the women wrecked
a hall The local brunch of the Women'".
'Social and Political l.'nion reci'. ed a
' bill from th" Ics.s.m. for th" damage which
had been rnti'isl. The woin"ii ealiuly
I returned tin bill to th" municipality.
holding that th" city was responsible
becaii-e tliev hud not been nrot"i'led
'Ihe municipality ha ignoieil tin- lull'1''!
and has warned the les.ee.s ..f nil halls ol
that sulTrageti" meetings will not I
Iniifrt it. future
. I would
"If tho law allowed in., tn do s
.semi you arouiiil th" world in
ship." eleclnpHl .ludg" Itankos
lcii"s!er m sentencing th" two
' sufTra gettes who slashed the
in th" .Manchester art gallery mi pril .'l
If" M'titeneed one of the women. Lillian
t 1'orrester. to three mouthx iniprisoiieinnt
' am! ilemande.l sureties in ihe sum of xym
1 that sh" would k""t the tieace for Hi"
year or he would add ix mouths to lier,,(ll
'Ihe other woman. L'olyti Monestn,
he sentenced lo n month's imprisoument
and f.iid if sh" elid not give Irniiil to Ueeii
the teac for a rear h" would add four
months to her sentence. Iloth rrotnen
pr itc-tiil against the sentence anil said
lh"V did not think they would be able tot
nml mo Miieties
TALK OF LEISHMAN BETROTHAL.
' del.-,, Ii. rrU nelle.e II Will lie
I f'ri,tt f ,itjtf ';i'r, f,i Tut S' v
' Parik April 2.1 Mr .1. C. A l.e.sh-
unui and hrr elaughtei Nnno, who is
I reported to be engaged to the Duke of
ji'im, are sti'I hi:e, but i.i'i could not
Ihe found tn-da.. The engagement of
I the foupl". which ha" been opposed h
the Kaiser and I'mpcror Prancls .lo
' sejih of Au"tlia because M!.. l.oshinan
is not of loyal huth. has mc been o!i-
c tally announced
. , .,
. t.f .e.ti..
; exists, according to Paris go
! (iossip here also has It
11.. !. ,!. f I,'.
ami v ronglN Vippose lh,. k.l.mi. P
i. ...a .i,. Li- ...... i,.. .i,....-. .
i cut off lils funds If he marries .M.ss
. l.elshmnn. This hardl) agrees with the
tcpnrt from Uerlln thst the Duln of
(Toy Is wealthy in Ills own right
It was said In some social circles to-
' tiny that Mrs. Lelshnitin would ghe a
! formal dinner nt Iter residence in Pans
on May ! and that It wnspropnbleth.it
the engagement would be iinnouncul nl
this function, which would be nttentlcd
bv the Duke of Cloy. This reporl can
not be contlryiiHl.
FRANTZ HAM0N RELEASED.
Sriilenceil n I'tve Year Trrm fur I
Rrtrnylnic I'reilell Secrrln, '
Spis-ml Cahlr UrtpaU h to Tar Si N.
Pauis, April 23.--I'rant7. Hamon. tlm
Foreign Otllce employee who was sen-
t enroll to five years Imprisonment anil i
tn pay a fine of about $8,400 for betray- !
Ing Government secrets to a foreign ,
country, was pet nt liberty to-day .
He 1ms gone to Vichy to take the
cure, Hamon servee! nbout half of his
FLASHES FROM THE CABLE,
Bkrun. To alter the age limit al width
a workman Is entitled to a pension In
ijermany fiom 70 years to 05 was the aim
of a bill submitted lo the Inipeilal Pa--
llantent lo the Hoi lull it pinti
' LoNiio.-. Allvs Llnil-Af.ll.iKcle, , the
aini-v Ivlsci ilonl"!. lost he r lib. I suit
iik-alnsl Ihe Pall Mall lUf.rttr. William
Waliloi f Astnr. Its mi in r, and I i . Sni elu ,
I the eiigenlH fter a til.il lasting .uxpeii
das the court found for the ilt feinlants
.Ml I.lnd-Af-nngeb), who eondiietcd
hm' own rai, spoke coiilimieiti for tnon
J tlinn nine limits.
POPE'S CONDITION IMPROVES.
1 lie Will sunn lie lilr In l.rnlr Ills
' lied llnllr.
j '.- t' 1 tihlr l)tiipatrh la Tnr ftt v.
I P.i.mk, April 23, The Ossmatnrr
'minimi aunoiinces to-nitrlit thai the
j'''"? Im"i:,v"mtf;nl """
oral condition of Pope Plus X, continues
and that he probably will bo nhlo to
jleine his bed In three days for nbout
an hour each day,
I The pontllf wan allowed to walk a
'few steps about his bedroom when he
arofii at 10:30 this mnrnlnK. Ills tent-
iperature at that time wai 97 l ahrcn
1 l'ell. Thern was Ics suffering from
prostration. Tho bronchial congestion
exists, Juil the Pope has gained In
The Pope was greatly pleased to-day
when he was shown n broti7.o group of
statuary brought by some. Preach pil
grims yesterday. Tho pontiff spoke In
high praise of the piety and loyally of
l-'rench Catholics In spite of the move
ment of the l'tcnch Government against
EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS MEETS.
t'nni'lsir n IiiIIm rml Alessnae nf
Symiinlliv tn I'npe,
,sie.,il t'aMf i'ciilr. to Tar Slv.
.Mi.t. April -.1 Ciiidinal Perrala.
the Papal Legate, organlned the Kuchar
Isllc Congress to. day In the rotunda of
the church ai Must.i. The tui'tubers of
th" permanent commlttm of the llishnp.-i
if the world sat nnmnd the altar of th
churcli. while the etiidcnts lined the
flcr the congtess had formally or
ganized, a inesnge of nfieetloiuiti, sym
pathy was ".'tit to Pope Puis 7. In his
illness and a.sk"d for 'he pontiff's blres
ing on the incnib' is of the umferenco.
This w e followed by a number nf ad.
dr. sses. including one by ihe e'nna'llan
llihnp Km.it d The iirogrannne of th
congiess w is then explained.
SAYS TURKEY SEEKS
. Drown Relievo Aiueriean
l-'illiilirii'. Ciin Oel n
Slice of II.
f ,tT,i Itrnwtrti :o Tnr s, s
April 2'. Among the pa-
enicis s.ul'.ns nti the iil.Miipi.- to-day
for Ni v Voi U was (irant Hugh llrown
nf New VoiU. who has just arrived
from Constantinople. Mr. llrown Is
known in Wall Sired as a proiuoti r
nml h" o-mefly was prominent as a
.M". llrown e-a.s that aflci the lle
llniltatl'in of ihe tionilei's and the ap
IHirllnmii'.n' of her debts Turkey will
nk for 11 loan ol Me'V!0",0ill. lie ho" s
lu 1". nine in secure ii large .-boo of this
loan for American hnaiicie rs. .Mr
llrown adds that the opol tunltles for
Xtuerii'iin llnanclcrs In Turkey arc ex
cellent Tlie ' I ix eminent N i'onnieriug thf
prot,is.il of three, new monopolies. In
mi pipei ami met i lies, will, h tt has
iknl Ihe Powers In authorize. It has
practlviiily lrninied that the Standard
"Ipaill w'll get 111" oil lllllllojl
lb umlers'ntiils a'o that the
Anier'c.in Tniin im ' otnpany. tlirougn
I t'ie P.rlt.s'.i Ann-., an Tobacco Cum-
Is lu.iuing ii.'. ' I lie Ilel'l. Willi a
i.w or li-eaMIlg tlie monopoly ot te"
p.egle company Mr. Prown savs the
me-i-in Tnbacio cmmn cou.d rule
pie t.il'.i en business oi Turkey.
I i eii.-i- )Mss,.ugers were U. A. Tliomas
tli. ('iit'd.tf coal m.XKnnte who is gi'nc
o'er to ti'stiaie uegoiiatlons with the
I mei-Icnn coal' operators; Louis IPrseh.
j xvtj.i w: ' -eiiirn to l."ii,lon in the aa-
t mm to wr.ie a new tcuo i.ir in" if p.
:ne. Morris i:."t. Prank Tinne
, .iini i:. .1 i'.owes. ali tiieatr.ca! penjile.
j jr. !lu, Mrr. fi I! .lohns.in and W. S
Imrland. the olllcial hlstor an of the
I l'anama Canal, who has been arrang
ing for an I'nglis'i mid, t inn to Irs Ills
tu" . whnh Is I ely to bi wrlprn by
L ad bi rconwa
ENGLAND SEEKS COTTON SUPPLY.
il.ln.il l.piiriti- I liciniiilon Kll.'heii
I re's 'elieine of IrrlKnttnK nilnn.
I in" '.if. r firrfli'i'i ruTnr Six
! I..,1 lev. prll I" - The lUuise of Com
1 in. uis cons dered In the lonimlttee singe
to-d.ii the proposition of the Treasury
'i i guatantee the Interest on a ttr.,000 -j
mm loan tn the Sudan foi C.ovei iiinelit
'purpose of iirigation and cotton grow
ing, of which Lord Kitchener, the geii
ami Coniil-l ietiei nl in Huypt, I" an ar
, dent advocate.
Mr. Llo.ul rtrorge. the i 'lianri'llor of
th" P.clieiUer. saiel It was moet im
iortant to ubtHin a cotton suppK over
j which l"ii:i.inil had .oui" control
Tlm Ibiiiv. tlie l i.-h M. P twitted tile
j i 'li.in. ellor as a fi' e tiadei He said he !
i w a- ti ) lug lo enable Lancashire to i 0111- i
I" " '""' ' " " ''Iil.il it"'
! J1,;i,'1' "labllng lo.ton ,o be
i produced en-rpir and better m a foi -
eign count' i. which, he said.
d . protection in excels!
AMERICAN CHRISTENS WARSHIP.
I. nri) Ileniielinmii lines Honor nl
bnniichlim nf l,einrHlnfl.
ot f n',tr HmiiKI, tti'iHl Sis
LoM'ox, April 2'.'. The fast cruiser
Lowestoft was lailtiche.il nt Challuim
to-day with the customary eeremonles.
Lad) Meaiichamp, formerly llelt)
Woods of Columbus, Ohio, christened
tills vetscl, which Is the sixteenth and
list but one of her class, She has nine
instead of eight ti Inch guns.
TOWN TURNS AGAINST BISHOP.
i ienilnrme nt I'rnncnxllln s,i,r ;,.
I'lmlimt Prom Penple,
Xifne' (Vi'ife Pruialrr, lo Tun Si
i lliti.xiusi, April 2. There was a ie-'
11,'lous ili-nionstratlon In the town of
( I'rnncovllla to-day tigalnst liishnp ill
, Tommaso. The gendarnus saved the
eeel'slast from the wtath of the people.
I The I'Mict cause of the disturbance Is
I not know n i
I CASINO ON CAPRI REFUSED.
rrniico-Xlliinese SoeleO Offered t,-
OOO. IMIII fur I'rle liege. :
! ),rei ' I'lilr ,!' fuTiii si
, Minx. April :'ll. The I'ranco.Mil. ,
Slirse Sodel) at-keil tin tiovernment for
pertnlstion lo found a casino on Hie
Inland of Capri Tliev ofTertd lo pa) i
l 000, not) for the privilege
.The fjo erimient refused lo grim I the
WORRIES THE KAISER
(ener.il Miti'iil ill (ieniuiii!
Army Adniini.slrfiHoii In
ATTACK WAN SECRET A l!V
.Soeiiilisls to Ihivr l.i- .Mny )iy,
titniitl e utilr ItfMimtvli tu Tue n
ItniM.v, April ".1. - The Kaiser haa
abaiiilnnid his lutcntlo'i of taking a
ciulso on the new Hamburg-American
liner lmperator on her trial trip to
Clbrallur. It Is probable that the Crown
Pllncn will go In Ills stead.
The cause of the chnngn In the Kai
ser's programme Is ascrlbi-il to the In
ternal political Mil nation. The general
mistrust of tho army administration Is
becoming eleeper eery day. The Uclclls
:ag has become extremely critical of
this iiiliulnlslratloii and the demand for
he .eslgnatliin of Secretary of War vun
HeelltUell IS I'ecollllllg stronger among
the S u lalisi,. ami Centrists, who If they
vote tugether will control Hie Parlia
ment. Until of these partii'S are Inimi
cal lo Vou licet Ingen, Urn Socialists on
gt nerat ptluclpjes and the Centrists bo
ciiuse of the expulsion from the army of
a I atholii' oilier who li fused to tight a
duel un religious ground.
Tli" Socliflsis and others are very
much Interested tu exploiting the- deals
of the Kiupps and the WalTen Com
pany, In stirring up trouble In order
lto sell armor and artnane'iils to other
countries to the utmost. The Socialists
have also called foi a gigantic May day
demonstration agalm: the at my bill and
In favor nf electni"! r. form in Prussia.
It Is even reported P. at the S.ici !". s,
who bc!le" they In - - - the i im eminent
mure or less on the run, aro consider
ing the aih Is.ibllilv ,,f emulating the
political stlllie In P.elglum 111 oi'd"l' to
nfoii e the reforms which they deem
ad i (sable
The army bill still hangs lite in th"
budget committee'. Tlm memb is of the
I CulUllllttr e do Hot seem to 1" Obi" lo
agree as in when th" discussion no ihe
matter shall start, but It probably will
I nut be I efi. re the end nf the month, and
ith"ti. accuiilliig mall Indications. It will
. be very caption-.
j The lleicllstag in full session to-dav
discussed the resolution olfered bv the
j Centrists on Monday that u committee
I be appointed tu e..xainlne into tlie whob
'iiiestloti nf army and navy oxpi mli-
Hues. The Socialists demanded lb" I' g
llltir prneedllle. which the budget eolll
' mil tee bad refused to allow, Th" P.adl-
eus suppoi'ieil the motion, but. It wan
rejected. Tlie main reolutlop. however
was ma i.ipiis.. ,v any tmrty notwlth
st.'iniling the opposition of the eiiivern
liieut. lr. Mill Delbrueck. Mrilsl'-r nf State
offered on behalf of e 'hancillor on
lletllllllinil-l lollweg to Instlttl'e all Inde
penden: lii'iuiry into tlie armnmctit
M-andals, but the mn jut it of th" House
was franklx sceptical. Tin' eVutrisls
.ml .Vatlonnl Liberals were i, "pec '.illy
uiitMiiii. 'ii in opposing' the proposition
and cnipha-l.lng the public distrust of
the .Miulstrj .
Tile so-i.llleil iliel;. rings uf t.ie W.if-
f,.is with I'n nch newspapi rs. "in which
u is now clear that tit" Krupps were not
com i rm d," as une . puty expresseil It.
Ha I; in the ihrnnts of the ivntrists
and Nat'unal Liberals more than the al
leged hr.hery by agents nf tiie Krupps.
Ii has become ei lib n' tba' Hie Hun
desiiiili. ot I'ed'ial Cumuli. Illust lelel
to the demand "f the Ite clisiag for the
.i.piiin.iuenl uf a commute" of lintulri
If a lni rmuen' crisis is to be molded.
PINER0 DISQUALIFIES SHAW.
sti la.ller h. Niin-MticiUi-r I'llll't
lltsenss Tliecllri- smoUtnie:,
fpn'll c,,i,v ht,jitcl to Tnr stv
LoM'ti.x', April IB. Sir Arthur Wing
Pinero. the dratuatlst. is sticking to hi
guns in regard to smoking In the th-a-ties
and music halls notwithstanding
the article, of Oenrge Hcrntird Shaw In
jeste-dn; liiornmg's papers. He retorts
to the argument of the latter by saying
that Mr. Shaw Is not a smoker and
rheiefore is out of court on the argu
ment. Sir Arthur contends that after n day's
haul wotk a man goes to a music hall
rutin " than to a theatre because he tan
smoke In the form'"' nlare. "1 niu told,"
sa Sir Arthur "that In Amerii'H "id
pi r cent, of the poinilntion goes to the
theatre, while in P'iglnnd the percent
age is only l."i I am confident that If my
suggcstinn la aijoiued in tenard lo pi r
mltting smoking in the theatres the
Kngllsli perecntatio will he raised in a
year to ihlil and in two i';ir to
The uuestlon ciuilinues to agitate the
readeis of tho nnuiuiiiers. a mnleuttv
of w hot,, seem
o be against It
YUAN'S RELATIVE A CHRISTIAN.
llnil.rnrrel HrllKlitn fli-fnre llenlli
Willow l-'nlln.. Knit.
I fptnal t oti't Dttp,, t Tn, si-
, Siia.xoii.m, April 23 Wo Chang, ihe
r hiisliand of a niece of President Yuan
Shih-L'al who tlleel recenil) . was bap
tin d as a Christian with his daiiglners
ueioie nis neat n ms wieiow has now
with new office equipment
' ( of-t Xo
The man who is looking for a bargain in
shirts need look no further than this sale of
Custom Grade Shirts
values $2.50 to $3 50
today. $1. 65
i This is os fine a shirt opportunity as any man can want.
It is os fine a shirt opportunity as even vie could wont, and
wc ore eternally looking for something bolter than most
stores arc willing to accept. These shirts arc mode of the
finest custom shirtings, bought nt a fraction of their usual
cost, from a prominent agent for custom shirtings of native
and foreign production. His season is over, and outs is in
full swing, and between the two we struck a bargain.
J Wc took his entire regular stock, turned it over to our
regular shirt maker, and bod these handsome custom fabrics
tailored into shirts that under less favorable, circumstances
would cost you $2.!0, $3 and i-i.'iO apiece. There arc imported
and domestic Madras cloths and mercerized fabrics, in new
neat stripe effects, exhibiting a range of designs and colors
sufficient to suit all tastes. Made in plain and pleated bosom
models, with starched or soft cuffs, sizes !. to 'JO, sleeves
33 to iC-. You have got to have new shirts, and you might
s well get them now and pocket the difference between prompt
action and the folly of delay
Men's Silk & Linen Pajamas
values $3.50. to $5
' Just 800 suits that wc chanced on recently at a big
reduction. Mode of fine silk and linen, in plain white,
blue, hclio. and tan; also in white with blue, tan nnd helio
stripes. With and without collar, silk frogs and pearl
buttons. In small, medium and large sizes. A perfectly
made garment, roomy, light as fleece, excellent in quality,
and a mighty attrnctix'c purchase for any man at
to-day's special price.
FOUR LOUIS XV. CHAIRS
ARB SOLD FOR ;i5,7Wi?r2
lliprli Prices nt First Day's Snip
of Pliillir rurnitiirr
$r"ifi' r,7et Pmpatr1! to Tat St '
Lo.s'isiy, April 2?. Th" b"autiful old
I'rencli furnllute of Sir Lionel Phillips
th" sale of which began at Christie's tn
day, brought high prices, especially the
mureiueterle of th" Tahiis XV. and
Louis XVI. periods. Sellgmann. tin
Purls collector, paid M.'JOO fur a Louis
XV. marqueterle table, 20 Inches wide,
the toji folding lu two divisions and
enclosing a mirror and with a eleep
elrawer below, the whole designed In the
manner of David tie I.iinevllle. Tin
total for the tlrid day's sale was Jt'.S.-
x i ;..
Christie's bought in four Louis ,SY.
faiiteuils, the framework of giltwood.
tinted and e'arved with Mowers, shells,
foliage and ribands, the souls, backs
and arms covered with lleauvuls tap
estry. Ihe scats i present Ihk subjects
from .Kvop'H fnbles, for $ 1 r. . 7 ." 0 . Illin
ium, the collector, paiil i::,iir.O for an
oblong panel of (iobelln tapestry repre
senting Meieury plujinc Argus to
sleep and Cupid leading lo away on the
Other objects sold and the prices
realized were as follows. ,v Louis XV.
settee with walnut woml fiaiii" caned
wllh (lowers anil foliage lite seat and
back covered with Aubussnii tnpcMr.. .
with vases of Mowers and grapes. In
colors on cream ground. 51. ma. a Louis
XV. mariiueti'iie table wllh writing
slide, drawer ill the end and shrlf below,
the top and shelf Inlaid with uis"s,
ilowers and utensils lu tulip ami hind
wood borders and with a fr,e.e of run
ning scrolls around the sides, j j i,;,,
nunihcr Louis XV. niariiiieterie table
:'i" inches wide. l.tiL'.'i; a Louis N.
llonhctjt'-du-.lotir table, coiistrucleil of
oak, veneered wllh tulip wond, .'.."i:'ii,
u Louis XV. library table with tine
BETROTHAL NOT ANNOUNCED.
Martinis tl'XIerilo M'tllihnlilliiK Con
sent In tlnrrlDHi' iiirrli'Mii.
Son ml falilt 'isi' bi Tn ll Six'
Paiiis, April 23, The announcement
Have your desks, chairs, tables and
filing, equipment, waste baskets, etc,
uniform in design and color. Let us
estimate. At our Salesrooms, the
larRest in New York, you will find
everything required, Wc take your
old Furniture in exclinnRe.
More T hit n I he Onli
iiti'l Yearn Cheaper."
Phone Fr?nklin .1870
at frith Street
engagement of Maurice liurko
f ."ew Yuri., mie nf the grand
f Prank Wml.. tn Senorltu
i, daughter of n Spanish nnblu
said to have been premature.
I'll" Martinis d'Alcedo. It Is said, la
t taking a Utile time before giving hla
consent to the engagement, as Ihe couple
i mil) met a few weeks ago, when tho
lturke rtoches returned fmni Calm. Tho
'Maiuiiis oi ten Mslts Kinrr.ts.
' The ptnspcetivo bride Is a blonde
w tli blue eves, which is unusual for
a Spanish glr'
Cutting a Figure
C Every man is anxious to
cut a figure, socially and
I And it is too sad that if
a man cannot cut a figure
financially, he is apt to be
C We are still a long way
from that ideal state of
affairs when merit and not
money shall be the law of
J Yet Ibis much can be
said of (he world, that it
can forgive a depleted ex
chequer far more readily
than it can overlook a slov
3 It is lime for you to cut a
figure to cut a wide swath
to distinction through the
lane of witless, mediocre,
styles and Safcs' is the
short cut to both.
3 There isn't anything in
the art of designing, of cut
ting or of tailoring that does
not find its highest ex
pression in Saks clothes.
1 And the man who wears
a Saks garment has the sat
isfaction of knowing that hi
has availed himself of the
best tailoring talent thst
the world affords.
3 We have been cutting
figures so long, Gentlemen,
that we would like to show
you how to cut one, too.
Men's Suits, $17.50 to $45
Broadway at 34 th Street