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THE SUN, SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1913.
5 AMERICAN PILGRIMS UNABLE TO SEE POPE CANAL MEN FEAR DRY WIND. Ilnlnj UMiop of Toledo rionils Willi r.-iriliiiiil Merry del Vnl in Vtiin. mvs pits is I5irs U.-iilv mill Sit in mi Kiisj ( linir No Audiences for n Mon Hi. -ir r i alile Dewatch M Titr Si l! iMt:. Apt 11 -A number of Ainer Irnn pilgrims under th lemlorxhlp of i lie tSinht It" v. .liiopph ' Si'lirctnliH, tin II sh p of Tnlol'i, Ohio, visited the Vnt i,,in t noon lu-day fur tin iiudlcncn ui'h dirdlnat Merry del Vnl, thr papal - i rotary if Mt,iti I'pnii tludr iirrlvnl n tin' dmiil li.ill Hlnhnp Hclirrmht lin- I ' rr 1 Merry di'l Vnl to allow the pll ci ms to '! the I'dpe even for lo niltmtof. Thin falling, lie linked the r.irdinal lo nnmst tlie pontllT to np .,.r n' a window no as to enable the l'..li'ilntiK to s.iy they had wen the II .y father. M-try di I Val was olistlnate and de mini his asKtiriinee to the pIlKflins, ul-iih was i-orroliorateil by ijar. IVs- in' the Popp'x private .-.ecretary, who wi. present, that the Pope has now re . orrrd and wan sltlliiK at his desk t ' diy the t'ardlnal said that iiudleneeH lire absolutely Impossible. The Toledans le-icned themselves to receiving the ',..''s Wrsslns at the hands of Merry df' Val, and with Mcr. Thomas V. Krn- e !y. ihe rector of the American Cnllw in Homo, who presented them, they left lhf Vatican bitterly disappointed. t'ardlnal Merry del Val while rnn-vors-.nc with Illshop Schrembs and Mm. Kennedy said the Pope had surprised 1 mi this mornltiK by worklnc nt his on Important matters which ro ci i red his attention. The Cardinal, who died this as showing that the Pope had r coveted, said the Holy father ln,lsted '.i.t nmht that his private secretary k'iau'iI prepare the matters for lib peril- and consideration. The pontiff's improvement does not r.niotint to recovery and It temalns tin Attisted by an eye witness. Ills recov r will take many weeks yet. and his r.Mitnrs. who vHlt him twice dally. In Mst on complete Isolation and absolute iiilft and rest. They will not allow any audiences for another month, and not f ir perhap two months, Tlie Pope rises dally an. I sits In an i i.-.v chair. To-day whlU his bedroom was holtiK aired he was conveyed to u iree dry room overlooking the belve dere courtyard where he witnessed n iliMhonlo ilrlll by f'O'l "children. The erclse was arranged expressly for the Pi 'be anil the children In their white uniforms and the symmetry of their olutlons presented n pretty slchf. The Pope Is beKlnnlniT to take solid nourishment. The doctor s uroat far " that the patient will assert his au thority and will resume his audiences during his convalescence, thereby rlsk Inc a fatal ielapt. Ancelo Sarto. the Pope's brother, left 'in Vnt'otn this mnrnln to resume his duties as a rjovernment postman. His 'epiirturo Is interpreted as a conflrma t ..n of the reported marked improve mi n In the pontiff's condition. srnann 1 Preferred hr I'nn- mn t.nhnrer. ( Special Cable tiKixilrh to Tar. Si h I Panama, April '.'6, The dry season j wind htowhiK thrniiRh t'ulehr.a cut has neon noise th' year than ever before (probably because the canal Is deeper) and the men at work there are praying for the early hcginnltiK of the rainy sen son, These winds set 'in about January 1 and last until May, blowing directly across the Isthmus, ,nnt year they IMPROVED' HWr'l" "p ''il I'd! fh'iw of clouds for run live months, and In the Interior or Panama caused such a drought that mot of the streams were dry and hun dreds' of cattle illed from thirst. This oar there have been a few rains atone the canal, Inn not enough at one time to lay the dust for mole than a few hours, It is the common Impression In the f lilted States that the dry season Is the more livable of the two, hut they who live here do not tlnd It so because the constant wind with Its accompanying clouds of dust has a very nerve wear ing effect, much like that of n long, hnrd winter in the North. Tlie men who are digging Culehra cut also prefer the rainy season, for days at a time then they do not know what it is to be dry, for they work tight through showers that are blinding heavy, two Inches an hour not Klng uncommon. Hut this Is not so steadv and trying an adversary as the constant winds and dust. This not only affects the men on the steam shovels, In the work of track lav Ing and on the dirt trains but aluo the very rock of the hills. In places this Is an argillaceous sandstone that ilecom- poses rapidly on exposure to the air. Itlowlng against this the wind channels ridges In Its hiirface and carries nwav the spoil of Its excavation In a cloud of dust. IS A KING JINGO Socialist Deputy Deelnres Crown Prince Meads Secret Hmid of Wiir Hiilters. RENEWS KHl'PP CilAIWKS iielikncelit Asserts fierninn Firms Sell Onus to Kill (ierinmis Willi. TRUST LAW A PUZZLE TO UNITED FRUIT HEADS W. Preston Says Company Has Done Its I'tniost to Comply With Act. 'pffMl r,ir Hcpiitch In Tiir. i London', April "ll. A. W Preston, the preidont, and Minor Keith of the l.'niloil Fruit Company declare that they are not worried over the dissolution suit brought ! the United .Stales (tuveriiment under the Sherman anti-trust law They are going to the (Mycin on Tuenl ly to witne-s the trial trip of the new steani'-hip Patia. which t- to engage in Knglish and Central Special ruble netpateft ta Tar 9r Hkiu.in, April :B. In a speech In which he declared that the Crown Prince Is the leader of a secret otllcerH' camarilla . . i.i . . i-i.i. engaged in war nailing, ur, liirunuvcuu the Socialist Deputy, renewed his attack on International armament nnd cnpltal In general and the Krupp firm In par tlculnr during the third reading to-day of the military budget In the liclchftug. The budget was sent to n committee late this evening, Dr. Llebknecht charged that the Vlckers-Armstrong tlrm In Kng laml vva the originator of the Hoor war; that tlie I'teticli armament interests, particularly Schneider and Creitzot, In conjunction with certain banks, had carried on criminal politics in the Hal katis, and that Herman cannon nnd arms Industries sell (lerman arms and weap ons to every one m that Herman soldiers may be murdered with them. The So cialist scored the business morals of the Krupp and declared that among nil the rival cannon rlrms there'was none which worked so extensively nnd systemat ically with other than technical means than the Krupps. When In the course of hl duniincl- utioii of militarism Dr. Llehknecht charged the Crown Prince with being the leader of n secret camarilla which was working for war he whs sharply called to order. The confusion which began during some of his charges then threatened to become n storm. Ilerr von lleerlngen, the War Mln- iMer, in replying to the Socialist, de dared that the Investigation of the Krupp scandal was being pressed re gardless of the persons Involved and that so far as he was personally con cerned lie regarded every Socialist at tack upon himself as an honor, As the sensation of Dr. Liebknecht's ' disclosures Is wearing off the impres 1 sion is spreading that In view of the 1 facts that tlie (iontard letter is six years fold, that the letter was In the possession ' . .... -., ... ..i .n.n .1.... I.u American trade In .1 I.tIU wilb Ihn i'rirrpmimilniit nf i of Dr. Llehknecht since 1910, that Its Tltr. Sr.v Mr Preston na id. "If thi-. suit contents were threshed out In tlie f ik titnrn..v.r:..n..r.li .,,.w i,. iri,.l ' Itelclistng In 1911 arid the fact that i,i , r., tv... r.,i.a i f rench capital was In the Dllllnger fruit Company doe not control s.1 per cent of the trado, lint less than 00 per cent So far as It has been humanly DIPERATOR'S TRIAL TO-DAY. ntnnt I.lnrr Anchored Off llelKnlnnil for (lie Mutit. .rectal fable lietpatch lo The Sis Ci xiiavkn, April t!. The giant steam st .i impcratof of tlie Hamburg-Ameri- an Line narted for her tlrst trial this ftrrnoon. She anchored off Helgoland i he nieht and will undergo an eight r ir forced draught trial to-morrow. lietet mined that there shall be no rr,"re avoidable accidents to the new ship lir Hallin. the managing director uf Hamburg-American Line, will re main on board tlie ship until her return tH.ni the ocean trial, which It Is pro p'lM'd to extend to Genoa. It will be definitely decided on Monday whether the Imperator will go tu the Italian p"r' If the decision is in the, atllrma t:vc the Crown Printe. fiederick Will .am. who will represent the Kmperor on tie trial trip, will return to (Jermany Horn Genoa over land. ' Armor Plate Woiks was public know! ' edge for years, the expose was carefully timed for tile psychological moment ...l I. ..l.t ..at1r..il ..fTo... po-Hi..!,. vv have tried to live up to th. ; , i.Parik.inenVary eiecl nncrman .aw c na yo c.m-.u.eo - tlonSi wh(,h w (, jei. ill evciy siip, inn nil iui niii'i,-e of evading but of keeping the spirit of the law Hut who knows what the Sherman law means? We -have) repeatedly gone to tho Government and asked if we could do this or do that, and the only reply we got ku to do it and we will tell you after waid " held on May 16. Tlie general opinion is that the Krupp Investigation will not dlscloso much, The whole matter Is beginning to lw less seriously considered than when It was tlrst sprung. Tlie (iontard letter referred to was from Herr von (lontatd, one of the directors of the (lerman Arms and Am munition Company, to it person in Pari". The latter was urged to have an article printed in the 1'iiiaru declaring that franco was increasing her machine gun iiimameiit. The purpose of the article was to secure, similar action In ROYALTY GUESTS OF GRANARDS, former mrrlrnn i!rl Knterln llrl 1 1 Klnu Hint ln 1. .yptual Cable Heiiiatch to Tnr So Lo.siio.N, April J6. The Karl nnd Countess of Granard, tho latter formerly Beatrice Mills, gave a dinner to King George and Queen Mary to-nlsht. The guests Included Winrton Churchill, the First Lord of the Admiralty, Mrs. hurchlll. Lord Heauchamp, Lewis Har. ourt, the Secretary of State for tho ( "lonie;, ami Mrs. Harcourt. formerly Marv K.hel Burns of New York; .lamcj u 11 am Lovvther, Spraker of tho House ( Commons, and Mrs. Lowthcr, the M.irvji- and Marchioness of Lundon-i.i-rrv the Karl and Countess of Ancaster, latter furmerly Klulre lireeso of New V ik Visconnt Morley. Prlnco Max I n lini'vvsky, the German Ambassador 'Jrrat iintuin; Prlnress Llclinowsky and the Ambassadors from Austria- II ,ng.i' and Italy, ogden Mills also , a kui ft. lames llarnes and Cherry K carton ailed tor Africa from Mari-eillcs to-day to take moving pictures of rare fauna, especially of the buffalo, elephant, bonga gorilla anil okapi, of which no white man has seen the last of the species alive. Thev will devote much time to the go- Germany, Herr von (Jontard Is now a rt la. of which so little I known I hey n,Plni.r of the Prussian House of Lord win i-oarcn lor new sicci" in uie i ongo , between the sio of a chimpanzee and 1 the gorilla They will also try to -eciue , BJfJ STRIKE COST $20,000,000 pictures of tho pygmv amphiluou- ele phant, which was recently reported as i having been seen in that country They Clerlcnl figure Thnt will take phonographs along anil will t t', ..(.oiii.i riteiknt.. nt n.ilivi, noi--, unit 1 animal cries ! Unrssra.. April fi MME. M0NTESS0RI NOT ENGAGED. Amount Win Miner-. llll (Int. ( 'oal miners were i the only manhood sutfrage strikers who reru-ed to-day to return to work, fol lowing the order of the National Social it Congress, which In extraordinary senium accepted the Government's offer to nrbltrate the electoral reforms of the vvorklngnien It Is believed that the miners will be bark by Monday Clericals estimated that Melglum lost llrnlra lleinrl Thai She Intend t Ahnniliin Her Selionln, Special 'able lespatch In Tnr 8i Homk, April tlii,- Tlie rumor that Mme. Mnntessnrl Is engaged to Uaron fran- cliettl, a wealthy Italian and a writer more than ?:n.0nfl.00n b the strike that on agricultural subjects, and Is going lo lasted n few days more than a week and abandon lit r school ha causeil dismay , Vandervelde. the Socialist leader, oh among tlie students. The madame bus denied tlie rumor, saying that It Is at least premature. An effort Is on foot to persuade the municipality to place more schools un der Mine. Monte?3nr!'s Jurisdiction. At the present time she has only three, in which there are about 1 Oil chlldien. There aro forty student teachers, which number, it Is expected, will be doubled j bv 1911 by an Influx of Americans. It served that the money was well lost If It gained the 'one man, one vote" policy for the people of the kinsdom. 4.320 EMIGRANTS FROM GLASGOW I.SO of This llei'oril Nnmbcr Com Ihk lo Vimt YnrU, Special Cable Ht watch la Tilt Sr Gl.vs'Vivv, April 2B. The record num Is expected that by that time the on-. wr f 1,330 passengers sailed from this ,., in 1 . . . looKiug siiniciii uni in is ui nniiii-ii port to.ii.iy. i il that unmoor the steim. eipial the number of children, whose j s),p California took l.'.'SO to New York, training win suncr in cimseiiuence. , Tnp r(.),t rr. KinnK to CanadH. KLAW ENGAGES PRIMA DONNA, iliealiicnl Monmrr l.rnvel for ller-11- fur .Vutouiobllr Toor. Special t aiile iitspatrh to tub bis' I i.ni.iN, April S Marc Klaw left for 1 iff esterday, whence he expects to a motor tour to southern franco 1 the Spanish frontrer He camo to 1 in to commit with Harry Hissing, repiesentattve In Germany He has 1 axed Klsle Alden, u popular Berlin "retta prima donna, who Is now idylnir Knsllsh and will play Kngllth r ,rs CONDITION OF DUCHESS WORSE. Anilely Ovrr Onlcomr nf Illnr nf Canada's Flrl l.ad. Special Cable, lletpalch In Tlie Six IrfiNPON, April 26. Tho bulletin Issued t-nlht by the surgeon In charge of the UuchesH of Connaught. who was oper ated upon on April 10 for intestinal trouble, nays that she Is somewhat dis turbed to-nlcht and Is not so well as the was a few days ago. The condition of the Duchess is caus tag some anxiety. 1 1 mm Lane Bryant 25 West 38th St. Maktr and Retailer of GARMENTS for MATERNITY These models arc unique in that they embody the most desirable features of the present day modes, yet allow for full" expansion without showing the enlargement. As they fit again snugly on the normal figure, their purchase is really an economy. One-Piece Dreues, . . $10.75 to $95.00 Tailored Suits, . . 23.75 to 69.50 Long and Short Coats, . 14.75 to 47.50 Maternity Skirts, . . 5.65 to 12.75 Waists and Blouses, 1.95 to 18.50 Tea Gowns and Matinees, 2.45 to 35.75 Combinations, Gowns, Slips, 1.95 to 10.75 Maternity Corsets, . 4.75 to 15.00 1 1 56 (as illustrated) Attractive Maternity Dress of foulard or crepe de chine, in a desirable colorings, reaay 10 wear q mm or made to special measure .... D Washington Heights Branch, Broadway ti 163d St tail Lord & Taylor Founded 1826 Extraordinary Sale Curtains, Bed Sets & Curtain Fabrics The Best Values we have ever offered in Seasonable furnishings for town and country homes, cottages, clubs, hotels, etc. 7y00 Pairs Curtains Styles and Sizes to Meet All Window Requirements. Scrim, Etamine, Tambour, Swiss, white and colored ' Swiss Curtains, flat and ruffled styles. Values $1.50 to $2.25 per pair gjc Dentelle, Scrim, Etamine, Cluny and Novelty Net Curtains. Values $2.25 to. $a.50 per pair $?45 Real Brussels, Irish Point, Marie Antoinette, Renais sance and Tambour Muslin Curtains. Values $4.00 to $6.00 per pair $300 Marie Antoinette, Renaissance. Dentelle, Scrim, Col bert and Etamine Curtains. Values $7.00 to $10.50 per pair $5 .00 Imported Brussels, Irish Point, Lacet, Marie An toinette, Renaissance, Scrim and Marquisette Cur tains. Values $10.50 to $12.00 per pair S7-S0 Fine Imported Lace Curtains Including Renaissance, Brussels, Princess, Flanders and Filet Laces $ri.25 to $r35.oo Values $22.50 to $200.00 pair 35 Lace Panels, Stores fef Bonne Femmes Various laces 1 to 5 of a pattern $3-oo to $ro.oo Each Values $7.50 to $25.00 rt200 Prs Lightweight Colored Curtains Imported Colored Madras Curtains in plain and mixed color effects. Values $3.00 to $4.50 per Pair 95C Imported Colored Madras Curtains in attractive col orings. Values $6.00 to $8.50 per pair $2.30 Imported Corean Curtains in new and artistic self tone colors. Values $5.00 per pair $2.30 Imported Scotch Crete Curtains, best quality, wide color range. Values $6.00 to $13.50 per pair $2.30 13,000 Yards Curtain Fabrics Imported Colored Madras, Fancy Nets, Casement Cloth and Corean Gauze. Values 50c to $1.25 per yard 23c Fine Imported Swiss Nets with colored applique de signs, and Casement Fabrics. Values $1.50 to $2.00 Pi'ryard j0c Curtain Scrims and Etamines, in Arabe and white. Values 30c to 35c per yard 20c Imported Cream Scotch Madras, in desirable styles and qualities. Values 35c to 45c per yard 23c 300 Bed Sets White and Colored Swiss Bed Sets, $1.45. Values $3.00 to $5.00. Imported Irish Point Bed Sets, $4.00 to $8.00. Values $8.00 to $16.50. Fancy Scrim and Marquisette, Marie An toinette and Renaissance Bed Sets, $10.00. Values $15.00 to $20.00. Imported Arabe Lace Bed Sets, $10.00 to $20.00. Values $15.00 to $55.00. Handsome All Renaissance Lace Bed Sets, $17.50 to $40.00. Values $35.00 to $80.00. Fine Filet Lace Bed Sets, $30.00 to $100.00. Values $40.00 to $175.00. 1,000 Yards New 30-Inch Panne Furniture & Drapery Pelours in choice decorative shades of old blue, silver green, rich garnet, soft fawn, forest green, nut brown and dark moss. Value $4 .50 per yard S3 '3 3,000 Yards Foreign & Domestic Cretonnes 31 and 36 inches wide, roller and hand block prints in a wide range of desirable styles. Values 35c to 60c per yard 23c tV omen's Neckwear In the Latest Color Effects Embroidered Collar & Cuff Sets Oriental colorings on Voile, Ratine and . Chiffon, white and ecru, $230 to $4-75 Regular prices $3.25 to $6.00. Separate Collars Same Styles as Above $i75 to $2.93 Regular prices $2.25 to $3.95. Exceptional Values in Household Linens As a fitting climax to the extraordinary linen offerings which have been in progress during the present month the following remarkable values have been arranged for Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Fine Damask Table Cloths & Xapkins from one of the foremost manufacturers in Scotland at fully y$ less than regular prices. Table Cloths Sale Price Regularly 2x2 yards. . $1.75 & $2.00. $2.50 & $3.00 2 x 2y yards. . .$2.20 & $2.50. .$3.15 & $3.75 2x3 yards . . .$2.45 & $3.00. $3.75 & $4.50 Napkins to Match $2.25, $2.75 & $3.00 doz. Reg. $3.00 to $4.50 Fine Irish Hand Woven Table Cloths & Napkins at Vi regular price Table Cloths $5.70 to $16.00. Regular $11.40 to $32.00 Napkins $10.60 to $20.25 dozen Reg. $21.25 to $40.50 Scalloped Damask Tea and Luncheon Cloths at Vi regular prices Tea Cloths 75c Regular $1.50 quality Luncheon Cloths $3.75. Regular $7.50 quality Hemmed Huck Towels $2.25 per dozen Regular $3.00 quality Webb's Celebrated "Dew Bleach" Huck Towels $2.85 per dozen Regular $4.50 quality 1,000 Pieces Fine hand made lace trimmed and embroid ered linens, doylies, center pieces, scarfs, tea and luncheon cloths at 4 former prices. An Extensive Showing of the Season's Latest Styles in Parasols $1.95 $2.95 Taffeta Silk Parasols, plain, and 1 changeable fancy colored striped ef fects; also black and white. Special values Imported English Pongee Silk, plain colored taffeta silk in all the leading shades; striped effects and hand em broidered white linen; plain colored folding parasols; all with plain and carved handles. Excellent value Pongee Silk Parasols, with colored 1 cr) linings, English make J J'JU We are showing the new shapes in parasols (Japanese, Chapeau and La Belle); also some smart staple shapes, $5.00 to $25.00 Special All Silk Umbrellas for women, with plain and fancy handles. Values $3.00 to $5.00, $1.95 & $2.95 Cold Storage of Furs Our Storage Plant is located in the store building. It is in charge of experienced and competent furriers, and is up-to-date in every feature that aids in the care and preservation of furs. The Storage Rooms are dust-proof, secure against moths, and free from the odors of moth preventives. Cleaning Before being placed in storage all articles are carefully cleaned by compressed air. Repairing and Remodelling Lord & Taylor are particularly well equipped for repairing and remodelling furs at special prices during the Summer months. Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.