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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1913.
1 jil,lljjc i i "lii MnMnm I" i' ntnro-l "wi'ii they, laic Ihiii transferred ! fjlkers III I Watds Islands III tlllr .tWoo-ded 'nfi.ll'i'iii of v I n- in ti It tit In r .ilMLBU'C' Slll'l I l"l 1 1 ! - llli till lit'!'. llli Till' til 11 illl .1 SOU lll'tl 1 I lit !$&$.o -Ui shops In width thi) nulls. ,yn uqr in men uorainc. in a certain i6p in Unit tin- keeper itmy have it i itrtstthJe in Kcttiuti !!it;m lovt'tticr mill mtKrchliiK tliiuii din nf t licit Ml1" for ..(1011. ..fluec each f lnhrtiif tint been C,,fni'(l to it dlffotont occupation, nntl vrciori' u tlffinni shop. ,fli ocn assigned llkewis. In it dlffeictit tier 4.celle. And fin It will lilii-f to lunik .iTTvlth n collinst" wln.1n' "Hit prifhaMU i ty has ni'Vi'i t-iM ti i.i tlif li lirl'-i rmiK II 1 110 llliirorm, .1 Int.'" or I 'io roiioo Department Mtij- .Not Mrrl Attn In. Tho cellmates will entile latni'lv as A matter or I'lui in . mill rtiunly will not O of tllf llispcotots' Plloiednif They vlll not tin ft. fvrn at mw. l'nd. f tt t"1 thrrn In no recreation llnif In which the prisoners of allowed iiny t.t rt !i-ii -Inr liberty outside their vti r"lN. .mil since the who!, stmill army of 1,10ft are handled hy Jl.is and shops. tluTf In n Rood chance tint tin- four inspector wtlljiot titort iiL'inn until tlif'r lrtTi urv9ip inline ton months hence TIi'c rlslni: li.iiif tis tii.irnttin will bo fin- name ii." on Uffllfi.n llrukfanh will be served nl o'clock us uital. This nmriiln.: the menu will W vriiU- .ti'iti llri.l rnltir After breiiki'.tsi t .it iiloti. rs will 1ihvo more Mini' to them-ch cs -hut In their foil man on weekdays. At !' o'clock. If tlifv desire to .iv;i! them-f-elvtjj. of tlif opportunity, the) may at tend; f'litliolle services In tin- ihnpel Yftel mass tlp-re Is :i sundav school, 1jo fiptloniif, Similar services nr. held for tjfto Jewish prisoners there stiturdiv afternoon, and for tllf Prot. stain. Brotiped together, mi Sunday nfn rnoon. At noon to-dnv tlio four Inspectors will nit down to their llrt Sunday din ner In the penitentiary It will he made up of the follow-IiiR: Orii.l llf nnH 'HhtiK Urit.l. , I'lttiv At 4:1." o clock this afternoon the Inspectors will hjvo their lat meal of th das. The menu will bo: Syrup nrnl Cofle- The only mrltitlon in the 100J per mitted the prisoners 1 in thu per lnllon fxteudfd all prisoners to re echo fruit onco In twt'iity-olht dayn. This comes alotiK 'vlth tin- visitors, of whom each prisoner inav receive one In each month, which. neeordliK to the prison calendar, means twenty-eluht days. On these monthly visits the visitor may brlnw: fruit and lubacoy and noth ing else. e.ce.t re.idlni; tn.it ter. to the prisoner. f.'ini'l semi Out for Kmtil, No other fond Is allnwnl to be brought tn. unlike the Tuinbs, th.Te Is no provismn for f..od to be sen In t.. prisoners wh i cm afford t.. patronl.i noWhborlm; rftauiants N.. matter whether sou lime the money to tuiv better food or not-, mice you are In the penitentiary ).ni have to rat thf peni tentiary food mid that's all you cot to eat. The rules apt not strict with reir-ird to tobacco If the munthl) supply brought by th. monthly s;nr i-ien out before the US days are over and .sonwho.ijy setals in cuupte of pack iiBei of smoklni: tobacco the paikitfes arojopened anil the. tobocci Is eam lnc( but It pusxiil on to the prls. oneC. JsTfi c I pars or clirarettes are nllowed In ttio penltmit'urv, since thy are not casjjy cMimlii d nnd mlcht contain ani thlnp from drucs to Jewiiit-rV saws. Hut ordlcary smuklni: t..b.i..c.. N on tin- fr.e list.! Kach prisoner 's is.rmltted i.. hai. a ptpc, and It- permlttfd to stnok to his jieart's coin, nt in his celj m nluhi This, means from the lime when he re tunui from supper and I" locked in at .. o'tflock lllllll 111 Bees' lit bed anil lb. llKhtn are out ,.t :.:io. 3 At 1 conssd Olll) One llellllllK, meals .neb prisoner iri'ts whai if conssuered a liberal portion ol what ever chances to be on the in. mi for ! that that hav Imeul. and lias to b.- content with j except ns n-natils bread. Mi , un ' I all the bread be wants, and th prisoners make up a uu nl part their diet Ion bread. Inj order to provide auMinsi waste, which .uiiKht lj LirKe when Lino msa und women, In another mn-s hall -are helm; fed. one liberal slz.'d piece of bread Is placed al en, h tin plate and tin cup constlttitlnu the d.nner sorvloe. Whenever this Is eaten up and the prlHoner wants more all he has to do, be ho ex-polloe Inspector or pickpocket. Is to raise his hand nr is done In prl mar)' school jujd l.hi" I'onvlct waiter Klvea the prisoner another piec This can be repeated .is many limes as de sired. BUILDER FOR U. S. FAILS. M-sc-rlTrr for Maniinnl Will tlnnr fint eritHir.nl W.irU. Con- Ambrose H, Stunt,. ir, I. a nuitnietor with nil offlcn nt IT'.ia HrimUiiH) who lws oon tracts with the Oo-vorninrtt for ticveral issst offloes nnd other; buildings, fljed it petition In bankruptcy yi'Jeid.i with possible liabilities of 'r-.',4'.'.' ttnrl prob-hlo ssseti of MM. ill" .1 1 1 lr Mayer iippointed former District Attorney' llenrv ' w'lso as receiver with authority lo continue work on the. contract There Hre file entiliiieis tor btilldinus Unit are in process of construction,' lo-t offices at (it'll vshui it. Pi, llanitor. Me Cordele nnd Vwiveross, , nml ,,M.r nlant nl the Wnieriov, a. Mass, At-enul They oilKht to rpll)'e. It l siud, IVi.imhi. Some of the eontriiiMs are nsnrly coin, pleted, Tlio ninoiinth dne on contra ots rOmpleted or partly coiiipleted and bil.inces due from the Gov eminent iiKirei,'ute fr.'s -713. Am one the creditors, or those who hnve claims acalnst Mr Stiinfuird, II!- follouiiu.' appear III thesohi'dilles Mrs Hose II Stnn nard, I.I1.4JH, iiiiiimy loaned Vermont Marble (.'oiuimuy, ll'l.sus Samuel J I'ress well Iron Works, I'luliolelphlu jir.iiihi; Murphy Hro., Porlland, Me, lii.tuo: HOnth llroe.. IVN.US, and I lie I'wiple's -Surety Company, Hi.uks. OVER SEA TO DINE COMRADES. MMjor llorsttold llrlnixs MiffolU Mol. diem Tnaetlier Hare, , Major Georire William Homtleld of the Hssex nml SulTolk llo)al Garrison Ar- tiller)' at Ipswich, ICtml.nnl, nine a dinner ! mi MiMi'iulli's last ulKht lo tn v Suffolk rounty men and former members of Suffolk count) icRliiiouts " The Major came oier fiom tin. old i country a few days npo on purpose to , rup tins leitnlnn nnd lie was icwiirilcil M,Vlnr.. twelve fnimer Riiiuii'is of his ' own reglinepl present, niu, of tin. kiuMs, i n poet, 'announce I that lie ha, In I had n , iwiuarn meal until last nbtht slnc thu panic of ISO, lie rnd a poem laurtlnc Major llorstleld, I Amonif Ihe nucsts were nlo a prlie- t (dBhUr, lycomotlvo enKlneer, a shoe . olerli.eii Janitor, a' real estate ai?ent, ilflft-rVhtl u Jouroanut. 1 POLICE TAXI GRAFT $100,000 IN ONE YEAR I'rcf for I'liit'fuatx linniiiiiil , fur TriM' I ii !-. Mllll K.VCTs I'd TIM. (i HAN li .M'lfY IHstricl Altonii'v's Cii.se HhhI.v Alilcrincii o l.ifl Stiirinn. I'ulli'f olllrt.iltt anil policfini'ti h.ivi. Ii.nl Just iiliotit iKi,tMm wottli of ftff tuxlt'iilij riilfJ in thf pncl v.ir Wltllf ilil qraft win betiiK ilistriliutl the chaulTeiirs lor the tiiMcali triisl werf iractii'.illy itmnutio from artfst for violaiitm trallii; tfmtla- llOllh TllH iilticilleltce M.IS lli'COVerf.l J'OS- ' tonl.iv li- ssitnnt llistrict Att .nil'. .loseph Hii Vivier. who kdciu several lirii'rs itispoi" in j the biKilis an. I reo"H . of the Yellow Tnv.ifa'i i" . tipauv an I I looking up the court rfi'or.N of t ixu-.ili 1 cases He found that lnde'iett lent driv en1 wor" lriviiftitlv arrested for technical i violations of thf law mil Hint the trust i ilrlvfrsh ulti'l bjf n liotherfd by thf police ' i The lii'lfpi-n l"ii' coup inles do not 1 I Rratit "unllnitfd prlvilfRfs" to public lolllciaN Thf trust concrns permit po ' lice olllfiiils. oflici.ils of tin- Mayor's Hun-ait of Licenses and Aldermen to have charf ttifoimtH for which no bill is ever , rendered ho free ride muft elijovisl bv inetnlif rs ( 'of the l'olice I part lif lit ii'iionnts to tliKi.ooo ji year, but Mr l)u Vivict has ' fstiiiat.sl that it costs the tnxicih ni'ii- I iMiliies about IJ.'o.ooo n year to cam' wrthout charf all sorts of public oflioml" 1 who arc in a position to net liivors for I them The Assistant Hislrlct Attorney j 1 promise n wns.ition when the tune comes ' J to reveal the ll.llies of the o.lici.lls who I 'liivo not had to li.itner aboat the cist . 'of their rides It was intimated yet. r-' 'ilnv that several .lud?fs lire on the Iree ! list of the companies I Mr DilVivicr examined the hooks un-i records of tlio Yellow Taxicib Compitiy . in order to put certain facts before tlio . (Iratid .lury on Monday The tlrst busi iness of the Cirand .lur' will be to l ibel i tli ofttci.ils who have Iven itrn ftiuc and tos,H whether or nut bribery indictments can he fo i 1 1 I'.i i p.if'i no-'tir. si I'apudtis mid inmieious safKeiiits and liatl'.u sipiad men ate on iho I'om liatii'.'s' books, mid witli tlietn license l.iiie.iu oflcials and Aldcr'tien Aldermen .lolm A Holies. Samuel .Mark aul William ) Ittii-h d-cided yesterday to mike a ttunoril) report iikiainst the ordinance recommended by Henry F (iri'ti'ii. the chiirnin of th Aldermen's ssclil taxicib coinniittee This .iidmiince is deutiod to raise tai oab rates without o.inectlin; abuses I lie minority report prepmed by Holies, Marks and Ilnish nsks for the abolition of the private hacK spind monopoly by means of sshlch hotel-, iv-tauratits and clubs collect upward of ''.oo,ooo a yn frotn taicab cotupanie- mcrelv for 'per mittiiiK th.-in to use the public streets The teport tecoinmends that a Hat rate U established for tnx.c-lbs of tin cents for the (irt mile and to cents tot each mile there if ter 'I he Hoard of Alder'ivn is s., mueh stirred up over tiie District Attorney's plain statement that. some of them Icive ("en irraltiin; and thu others are Irvine to unilt that the taxicah reform lepispi- tinii tii iy be taken out ol the bands of th. special committee and put in ih li uids of i tfie whole lloaid Mder'nili lletirv II j ('iirran.oneof tliefus.n leaders. Ki:d ve- lerday thai il the (iriintn commit t. .. d"es !i.t make a report liv next Tnosilav lie will to it tint a motion is put to t.Ue the laxlcnb lepislatioit out of the control of tl.e social committee I he (Irand .lury tnves'in.itu n will I fin al il o'cl.ick ti.-tieirrow tnorm.'iu with the enmiliallnti (.f live officer- .t the Yellow Taxli ab I'otnpany I JURY DISAGREES OVER I. W. W. I'lilersmi I'riiscenlol- Will Inn iualn. 'I'rs ltiit- I'.n kiiso.n. .1 . May lo the ca-e ol Patrick Quitilan Tl.e jury in .an I V W .V, ! M yi., JudK' Men M lo-dii). '"(leailer, which relinsl at 11' ! terday, was dl-cliai-psl by I nert shortly al'tei in . liavuiK tailed to agree I lie juror- on their last ballot stood seven for acquittal and live lor conviction ! Prosecutor iJlliin said he will lotry Quitilan on Moiaii.y Quintan said ho wan Rlad of it, as he is Mils a jury lo settle the fact that he isn't nuilly I in a s leecn a, i urn nan Ki-uay .luoipn , Us-iu. another indicted I W W agitator. wanted to know if the Knuli-li sissiklni; strikers had a yellow -treak lie said liunlan's oas.. was d iina(je.l because nun- KiikMsIi speakini", workers only upts.ared as vvltlU's-es for him. lie lirired the .others to testify for the .defonco at the , next trial Four cirl strikers were tlntsl U e'inb by Hecorder Carroll to-day for iihsaiiltltii- , K'r' worker A youiiK woman witno- called anothiT witness "a liar in court and wan sent to jail for ten days It was announced that Km mole children will be sent by strikeis to New York to. ropiTow Mrm, Josepli I'liHiiilierlnlii lleriit rrlmi: ' fcm! r,ille lirepntch In Tin: Mv t'ANMls, May 10 - Mrs. Joseph t.'ham berkiln, formerly Miss Mndlcntt of Has ton, who has been very 111, Is conva lesolnu. FLASHES FROM THE CABLE. Hkiimn Advices fioin Sluniiu Ins'eii my that the inarrlnRo of funnel KIhk Manuel of Pnrtiis'al and I'tltm'SH Aiutti". Itlne Victoria, daUKhter of I'rlnce Wllhelm I of Hohonisolb rn. will take place in Sep. ti.'inb-r. j Wki.i.incton, New Zealand -A tetrltlo storm Is niclnt? on the Miinnjatti coast nml Hie Hiltlsh mal.l strainer Intliiibaiah, w'hlcii.ivi'Ut a slim e on Fi I, lay, l Issl bleak, ine up. TIik but bn.ui taken off. Uiau.lN. -The fio.nun oil,,) miners who were on slUKi n the He utlu n dlstilct luce April II haw returned lo tlio nit, the walkout ptovlni; unsuccessful. The i niployeis n fiio,1 to Krnnt any of the miners' demands Carl SCHULTZ GINGER ALE Better than the imported At half the price Free from Capsicum BULGAR-RUMANIAN PEACE. I'roliifiil for 'i lllfliiriit of l)lililf Nlliiii'it hi . VflfmliurK. I r. i.lf l.il.lr lr '"' ' In T'O Sis . , St PhTl.tifHt mi. May I". Tli,. proto. , I eol for tlif nfttletttflit of til" dlnptllf j lii'twei'ii ItiiliMrln (i ml Kum;inl:i. wluiii ,1H drawn up nl llli- i'onffii'iicen lio'.il ' lirrr. wiih xlRtli'il tn'd. j SAl.nsiri, Mhn Id. -llrfiU fiimlilalntu . ' aniiluit the llulKiirl.i.l" ronttnUf T'u I latter urc i'liiiiid wltli fi"ltlns pn-' tt I.i I I'liw iitnl prlft." huti ffVi'f.il plai'f i . wltlrli liavi Imm ii oofiip.. it by tlio (irfCn't ! ami (Oibstltutlni,' f.Mil i'IiIMm, who cfk- br.ite tuny!-. i Tin- llulu.irl.ins tiro duo t'ii.irm-i! Mlilij tniiltif.itiiiftit of tin- Inli.ilOtatits i f i'ii'' I dreok town of l)ntl, notir Drutiia. wlictf tlif Itulunrs wlin ui'tf sr.in'li. ' ln for df fv r'ftv lootfd "omt wluit fn-flv. ; j There are olsfo reporlti, bit' no d"ialls t of ile-sult'ity tlRhiltti; bctwiTti the , (Ireeks mid r.uluarliiiw at Leflcr ntn! , other places. LEE SHUBERT ALMOST WEEPS. I.eiirim Amerlenu lies lie In t.niiilnii Tiil.es In H.'I'J.IIOO W.-eUls. ,siri; ri,ir lit'V'ilrfi In Tin: Sin 1 LoNiioN. M) in. I.ec Shubctt aim. el wept wlien he learned to-dav that tin London pera Hons., mauauenietit was taklnu in al... nt :'.'.', OOu ,i wnk from the Ainerlean r u. Me said the American copyright law was siuinilly at fault. He added: , "Hereafter I propose to copyright my I .. .. ... ' 1. ...... lnirliHii 11ms i.a. In I..H..I..II stuff In KiiKland previous to Its produc tion. I limit'.' that I bine lost thoiiioinds of pounds till" : ear Lv my failure do this " to ! ' - - TO SING IN SOUTH AMERICA. Iliiflnlu lilrl lun I niKriiel tor nm- mer lirmul Opern eii.iii. yir,i,wiMt. '..no ms- Mll.iv M-.l II, Mela lledrilsl, of HiKTiilo. who made her debut at San ' i i -alios ioi I. has been enMCe.l fl,r - i - i u.,,h ,.,rip sii,., i,u- siciuil a coiuiHCt for the summer sea - j siui at the i -oliseiim nt HiH'iios Ajr si and the iipcra Hons., at Valparaiso. '!. will slim 111 "Hltfoletto." "I.ps llo Rlienets," "The Mat ber of SeMlle" "l.a Travlata" and "1 Paitllncel " She wPI slni; at tlif I'onstan.l The atre In Home n t summer. Hi'KfAl.o, N Y Mil) 10-Metn It-il-dlsli Is a tinthe of l.e Ito). (lenese. cuntv. She illiilnyed such ability n i a sltiKer that nt thi ate of IT she was i placed under the Instruction of vocal ti, ichors In this city. A short time later she attracted the attention of same tun- ' s.al critlc nnd arrangements Were made wiier. hi she uas s.-iit to Italy to sti.dv She later appeared with (ireat snoot ss In a numb, r of f.reli?n con ceits 1 Miss iieddNh H ..nil alsint .'I ears old. HAS DEFICIT OF $400,000. i Hooks uf I'urts riininn setoil mil I'rnuil Is I'linrui'd. sif. .a1 ' nl ' Hr'tuli h lo Till' Si s Pakis. Mas 111 Thf tnimlstrites haie unbred tie- -e .lire of the b . iks of the' t'.ioim.th" i'.iinpan beiii'is- of a di tl-j clt of pjnnm, and nMfstt-.l fr.uulol. nt i representations In reRird t' the f.ib-I ' rlcatlon of artltlel.il enmphor and othi r , prouiicis n a ceiiuios is's. i 11 will I, reri,ll-.l that a tn's-enuer oi wie i yonti.iu' ' ompany -.,s item uji on the Hue itrdener and robbed of J.tO.Ooa bv the notorial!" band't Kiinir. : :hr.". of whom were rulll 'line. I some 1 day.- ac . EDDIE GUERIN IS FINED. I rtMil. I'lf nils l.iilll.s In I.oimIoii llrtnu llrnoU. '..'.'( Itfimtrh Tlir S' s II. sre.'i' ' l.o' tK.s-. Mav 111 - lMihe Guerln. the i notorious American rook, who csiped 1 fioin the French nenil colony on Povll's tki.mil si,,,,., seats na... was arraiuned In ...nu t lo.dav on 11 ch.il ito of assault II,. pleoled u'lillty to belni; drunk and dls . r. rly and was lined 10 siillllnits. or about JL'.r.a. The HrlMsh Governinetit refused r.- ei'iitly t.. irrant his extradition to France. MRS. THAW RETURNS TO STAGE, j Mle Will tlipenr III "lllllll. Ilnetllllr" j ill st.I.ooo n W'ttk, Loxnos May 10 M.s. Fi-elyn Nes I'tt Thaw Is to r. aplienr on th" st use. Mn the trip from N-w York on the iil.implc Mr. Thaw sinned a contract to appeal- In "Hullo l!a,:tiiiif." at the London Hippodrome. It Is said she t.'Ot ....,.,. r. tt 0,111 ,1 ...t...!.' 'PV.U. , ... , .Ipu n.,,,,,.. ...... ,,,,,. ir., " Mr' lh" U s '" 1 -'I'l'e.iram e ,n," s"uv "h" W"H ln xht ' FloroJora" chorus In New York before h'-r husband killed Stunfetd White. 1 POPE PIUS IS STILL WEAK. I S iiil1'iHf tu rtl1lo rrli lilMhoje ltpurr rill Ilrilr 11(1 pn. I s;itt,,d iihte it.wif.A fa Tut: Si's HoMK, May 10. - The Popes londltlon coiiliniii s weak, lie a.vc an audliince to tip. Archbishop of Seville to-day, Intt he H apparently bedridden and Is pro- irtt.SMit.it I'n.i uliiu'W st .......Lii i. ,. ..' i a., aa i .i. i ...,,..... , oitr- .,,-,- o.wo... ' there will bo no uimnnncoment of nudi- enqes 1,-st tile pIlKriins who are heiv In - slst on seelnK him. 1 BOSTON'S "SCHOOL STRIKE" ENDS. IllllelnU s, Drnnlle llruinnila Were Vlnllr !. I'npllt, ItOSTo.s.'. M.n in The school strike In ilieatii llotlon Is en, led, the school alltlllirltlls s.i til td'HlKllt Tin' week Was one of bols-teniiH parades, wlndoiv hit'Hk. Inn ami ile.ifenbn; mils,' m.iklni; b) ib ilant I .so lit), fill stilkeis Si hoiil utile, .ds to-nUht delllill there was nnv likelihood of a Ren ir il sti Ike In schools thi.ainh.ait the city i on Monday. , Superintendent of Schools ler snld ; that tlir chlllllen made no iletllllte de. 1 in. mils and that the alT.ili resulted fiom the spoiitaneous notion of a bioiip of unll- dren In (.'ambi'Mcc The "rlchls" do tuainbd hy the clillilrvti. It was said by some, consisted of one school session Inst, , Inj from S so A M to 1 p. M H. FRENCH AND GERMAN DELEGATES IN BERNE Conference for Kellermenl of liitiTiiiitlniuil Weliitions (pens To-iln. I IKA (O.MKS rifd.M HKHI.IX Suffices! ion Made (o Swis Tim! Two lUff Powers Miirh! (iel Toffetlier. .iifiit Cable ifnwffA In Tiir St v HititsN. May. io iarKe nurnher of French and llorninti reproentatlviT' arrived Here for the eoliftTonco which n.'itlns to-morrow or l ieiich iiikI (!er- innn leiilslalors In reirard to the re lations between thf two cot'iitrles. Theif are 111 Frettcli liepuib-s nnd I ten Sen.ito-s nlre.'iilv In the clt. as well as thirty-four meiubcrs of th Herman ft'lchft'ii; i if tin latter, Iwenty-oiio are Soelallsts, and amoni; Ihein Is llerr, ltebel, Hie Ii-'iilor of that part.i. The thlrtctn others lire members of the bloc iippospil to tin. (iermalt tiol "i ll lllelll. 1 A new stiir) of thf coiifetftire is In clic tlntloii to-day. It Is to tin- if.-ct that 'he Idea oritln.ited w ith a .'tncil- jlrt member of the Itelchstnc who ,"".'' i ' Sooiailst m tn- bet ft the Swiss Parliament There. j ut.oii fourteen I'f the members of that p.irtv :ot lovi'thcr and Issued .niitatiot t th nfenoi.e. ti. Me,, of wlll.'ll is ti. stop the coll.-tlltll ct.,s-, o'e. n me iw. i unnirics aim i. ,r ( the lnc.e.,s.. of arn.i.ments llaron d Kstournilles do Itisili'lt. 1 Tros'dent of the French Society for Ar- ' Miration, teleri'tplted to n Paris nevvs- I paper to-day . that he and lilt, friends ' were under no Illusion. Tln did not expect any minKd'ato results from the I'Ollfereiiee. It was Imposslh'e to ev pect that all mi.1l niunber of Herman represintatU es would be present, as th" membership of the Flench rhamber Is neirly ilotibb iha' of tin- l.rm.in He'etisLiu. Thue Is still another report to tic1 ..(Teet that Pr IJeblitieoht, the Social ist leader In the Herman Itclclisi ; and the man who renntly inule .hiire about ! rman arms compinbs sur riic: up trouble ;n order to sll their oois. was the one win. sm."-' s'e I the oontireiH-o Me limed his friends In SwiUcil ind to tulle Ihf Inlllutiie 111 til- I'laitcl of oM liaui'liii: (sun jnrlers between France and Germany th a view of teuhinc an tinderslandtni; In the matter of n re striction of armainetitH. SALVATION ARMY IN COURT. , ....... I'nrla "t'sitnln" I'tiiirueil Willi l-, Hilltlnu n "I'rlmle." ! Sh'ci il ri.i liniHitr, 1,1 Tin si I'Aitls, Mav 10. The lank and tile ..f the Salvation Armv app. ar-'d In court to-day to nttf nd the heiuim; of the case of ("apt Nibella Mnnirln who was ac- cu-ed of belni: ttiillly of assault on val. umil., Nol.elle The captain Pil- WUs found stullt and lined $7. '.'a despite her denial that she had ruthlessly struck and brulsfd Miss Nolzelle In n brawl The sentence was rreelxed amid halle lujahs DESPOILING ISLE OF RHODES. (.reel, rclincollicloal siielel I'ro ifstM milnsi Hnllatis. s.fl.l I'lh'f tiflli,l to Tlir si v Atiiiinh. M.u 10 Thi Archie. il-ielcn' 1 Society has made a litmous prot.st I .iKiilint the spoliation hj the Italians of , I the antl.iiltl.-s of the Island of Hhodes. whli h. It Is di dared, huso been shipped to Italy by the wholesale NO PARIS BAKERS' STRIKE. Hot Holla for HrrnUfnsI na I'sonl In tlir I nfiltnl. j Fp'ri'il I utile litiiitcl tu Till Sis ' Puns, May II. -The strlk.- of the, jbakeis. which was supposed to stmt mis murium:, nas oi.u ran. t arisian--will have their hot rolls for broakf-st as usual PORTUGESE-AMERICAN CABLE. ' I'liiinilier lii l.lnlioii MnktA t'ontrnef for Neit I lit it t ! I. Inc. I iruil fiihle (patrti lo Tar st LtsiioN, May Hi. The Chamb-i has I n. ade n contract for the lay,m; of a .'able between the Azores North Ainer- Ici and Poitutfal. Neijotlatlons are 11K, proceedlm, for a cable to Panama from I 1'ortiical FIRE IN LIVER MORE HOUSE. tin I it round II titer I'nnilly It el I re. I small llnmnae. ' A maid III the riHldenee of Mrs. John it. Llvoimore. T Hast Slxty-iirth street Hmelled smoke at 11 -Jrt o'clock last MkIH ,IM fun, H,nn re siuoulderliiu iiKahist a wall In the drnwlnc room on the tlrst I Hour. She untitle,! Policeman Amo'lo and ' ""r w" " '' , , , Ihe blaze hid iiiil little headway svhen ' lire apiarali:s arilved and It was e-XtlllKlllstll'd with a few pills of ttlitet The ihiuiaK' was less than IliiO The Live! more reHldence is owiieil b the Aslor ,'statn and Is only a short ills. Union train the Astor mansion. When i tin- lb, was found all of the members ot ! tin' famll) had I tiled. Most af t),,. fur.' iiltuie, chlniiwaro mi, I pilnlltiKS hud been j put ked and crated preparatory to clo. IliK th" house for the siiinmu- , Then, note sunt" electric wires In the wall near where the tire starled i HOLDUPHI RESTAURANT. - s .... Urn shool llolr In Mirror unit Trikr m Criim Till. 1 Two men went Into the restaurant of Joseph Jasc.cyusk)' at S3; Fast llleventh street nt It) o'clock last hIkIU. One nf tlietn asked for the proprietor. Jmhczcjii sky stepped fdrwniil. The striinKerM took plHtols from thdr pockets anfl one thin put a bullet throuKh a mirror Then ho went thioiiith the till, taklnu Hlsiut fli while tint other covered the dozen or so ciistomera In Hie plan'. Then the two run out and disappeared. sc.cynsky reported the robbery at the ' Jhs, Fifth street police station, t Vtn I'lnn for Apprnlslnc riilnn. 1 Wasminotosi, May 10, Hecntary Me. Adoo appioved to-day the recommenda Hons of n Hperlal committee for new plan of appialsInK white aird decorated china Imported from I.hnuRes, Franca. A Hlldlng scale of vhIuo for white china Is adopted. ROME GRAFTERS HARD HIT. ll .tlrlilH in llnsh I'll tliillilliiu Si'iimliil of No nll. .(W di'v lir'ii'ilch lii Tar. i llo.Mi:. Mil) 1U. Tin- dfbate over the i'hnn.'ef of j-TiirtltlK In the tnatter of liulldinn tlif new I'alacf of .lu.stl' e a cotltlntifd to-iliy In the ''hunil'cr of f)eiuMu.. but wiih llnnlly ad.lnurtie.1 for two week, Itepenteil iittetilpln to nave thf lit ptl-He- who lite Hum linlii.iteil In the uraft Ini:. by which the ...it of the bullillim was boosted frotn -l,(nm.i'lfi to JI.'.OOO. 000. have fal, ed uiul nil i ITorts to liuh tip the .Mcainl.il have b". u iitiiii ce.nful. Itui!iiiich .is the members of the tu- VI xlll.Mtllli,' rotuuilttei. in.' not above susp'chill, th" otil p.i'slbte .pltltlotl w.'in to leave tln matter In abeyance until the publication of thf won't doo imiftits on which the oinimlttee's re. port will be basid KEEP SHACKLETON COLLECTION. Jltiilnrer s..il Onl.s SiiimII Part ol II In I . of I. fir.'m( 1'iil'lf lf..ilr'i lii Tut si I...M.IIS. Mil) I" I. letlt Si'- llril. si Shin It .'ton detibs the report from New York tout li.. Intend, lo transfer th. bulk of his retlc collect'."!! f r. .Mi tie llrltlsh Museum to ihf t'nl.rily o! Pf niisylvmil.i miisiMim been use the ar ticles ate not properly iflspl.i) id hete. lie says be handed imr a very small part of JiN collection to F. II. Mo-l-'aildeu becmise America had not a rep. i."-ontatiif cnlifitlon of thai nature. II" had ulveii h ml lo i but sinalUr collec. Hons to In museums ,.f nthi-r conn- tiles The Wide! ills! I Hull loll nf these nttli'les, l,c .is makes for m..r u-n- ral know). '!: J ' - ! AMBASSADOR HERRICK IN ROME. t,,,,!! l.rliil of iiieilemis 11 li Will lleml Xurlenllorol liislltole f.ri-fii i iili If he ..-if. . in Tin st ItoMK. M.iv 10 M.won T llerriil. the i and Amerlciui Ambasadoi' to France, Sevo'ilon Hrow n arrived here to- nlwht to await the arrival of the Ameri can fnrmct and the members of the commlssian on cooperathi- credit, who are due tu arvlve from Genoi to-mor- row. Th Atubassadnr nttended a reception nt the liHornntlounl Airrleiiltunil ln. I into, where he was pre.si.ni.il to Klnn Victor Finm. itiu. -I. HERRICK'S HOUSE SHAKEN. tllll.ltsriilor .Not til Vlil'ls, HoiTeler. XVIien llttiloslon Occurs. Pints. May lo The homo .,f Mir.ni T. Merrick, th.. Foiled States Atiibas- sailor to Frnni. at .". Hue Francois Ptemler. was shaken to-day by an ev - plosion of a donkey ennlt:o which was used In an adjolnlm; e.xcavatliui. me man was kill, d and live wore seriously Injured. The Ambassailor s hou-e, iihleh is C- cupid al present onlv bv the servants, was .i,l) slmittlv daiiuiK-d V few windows wen- sha.'ler.il. Ambas.-.uloi lleiriik and ! s fmiilv nr.. on the wa) to ,'lome. where Mr. Merrick w II att ad the agricultural coo ros next week. y DonWalk l IW rT',HERE are 47,381 Public Telephones W m ew r 'ty' I I I These telephones, placed for the conve- nfcnce of the public, bring rapid and reliable J III i telephone service within your reach, wherever 1 1 n you may be. I I To save the time, money and labor that I j Ilm personal traveling requires, all you need to J) J ffiJV do is to Look for the Blue Bell Sign, and i ill BlL "Travel By Telephone" v lif'j ESTELLE MERsSHON ANNOLNtLS A Reduction Sale IN MILLINERY IMPORTED GOWNS AND WRAPS FOR Afternoon and evening wear 20 EAST 46 STREET Opposite Ril:-Cartlon NEW YORK , ALIEN LAW ONUS PUT ON JOHNSON iniilinui'l fro in 1'ir.il 'i'i Ji.cts shall I." tespeeicil throughout th Fnlteil Stales I'lieii th. rei irn of President Wilson frotn an . ."irs:oti t.. M eiot Vernon .this nttornoin .-'e n 'r llryan had i ! ;om: ta'k with him al the White Moui It Was at this eotlfele life till,' I lie llo- ilslon was reached t . tianmlt lo Gov. i Johnson at once the views ol the .lap .iti' so and r. peat lo lion the representa tions made bv th. mOiissa.lor hole. Fnllnwinc th" confereifie the Serretiiry made It clear that the onlv ncllon to bo hnpul tor as the result of eommiinlea- tlon with Gov. Johnson Is that the lat- I nr mai s.-e tit to chance his mind nnd, seti th.. nl'eii hind bill. t the siimis time the Secretary i:ao no Indication l became known that a new tnes-iy,' 1 or any feelltm of oonihl-mco that Gov. to be sent to Co Johnson h th. Johnson will yield In the matter. Il President and decided to hold a confe 'i.,.m ...o.n...! ii..p.. il,-,, I,, vlnir soentlmce within I hi' next few dal's to nre la week at Sacramento ibitinp the con. K !(,,nilln tld ,...-.;,. f -h,. ,.n land' 'bill Mr Ilriaii Is in n bitter porltlon ,li Indue of the temper o! I tie i an -I forila eseciitiv. Ill til's mutter than Is any one !.. In th. Pr'sld. nt's rutins I. Mossimo lo He S., Tn.dii), It was late In the afternoon whrn the President and Seer, lari Hrviin tinlsliod thrlr mtif. rein-. The Seoretnry re-j j turned to his office lo draft the nies- ; sape t Gov Johnson, hot did not com- , i pi.. p. li. Me hud a diini, r enitanement I , for this ev.nlnir which forced him to I postpone senillm; ,'ii. President's com- miintcatloti ti Gov. Johnson until to I j morrow-. When It s sent the President I will make the mesnace puMlo. I The Japanese Ilmbassv let It ictioivn to-day that It would epoit h. 1 the ' Pitsubnl ." Mi llivan to Issue some1 s.ir .,f a statement which would In- , ''-nil the Amirlran public of the trend' oi me .iisrassi. ins ofineeii in- ,i imv ..nt,H,niri I, kne . lorn ,11. if tiki ,lapanoo exp.- t much from popular ipiti-'in o 'a.. I lilted S c .i,.i jliei. 'hat tbev will stri nist'ion 'm lias.- If . can In present" d to the A-i loin pub'lc ns an appeal to it,. - r ! ot fair id iy. The .lapams. Atnh.is-..,,., I however, bus ilcclllied to l.-su. i ' stati meni on behalf of his (Inurinws, ' at this time and Insists that nnv p ih l llcity (jeii to hts discussions wiih SV rotary of Stale llryan must cninu f ni tin- litter or from the President i The vk'or with which AtnbassaHo' jrilitlda has pressed the issue s.tn'e M Jlttyan's return has madi a ."irons i-n prolon lo re l PUS M0RIC DRASTIC RfU llelnofrnls TnUe Aellnti Afire ttrsr llli; of Wilson's Mrsinur. SlCI!l.Ml;'.To. ( 1, the nttltad. assume I In I ,ie lersy. I if tiim rat' a! , Mav la ron -t President Wllsoti li , Japanese bill ,'otiti o leaders In the t.ix'f lature, who rctofon liavr leit pa I Hive In the matter, met t.,-da after pure a constitutional amendment In br submitted !h- people throiieh P- inlfalli This measure, li Is planned, will b far more drastic than any submitted n far and will exclude nil aliens ,.r all.-n corporations from land ownership, ex reptlnc mines nr sites for mnoMn. ri '.i ileveloplni; same or lots In munlclpal'- j ties upon which aliens may erect home A elans., n'so will lie insrt"d In n new hill p: ohlbltlnK any alien lea ,!i the State for more than live years. w!f the penult) thin all Interest In s.i.-'' lots will escheat to the school fund " he violates the law. v . .. .1 . . . . . . f ...i.i i ficninM the luw- nlrend) pssed ll.... VAt..l. l'r..l. l.m lln.O... t. .. . I I I .11' ..111,11. 'h" lit. ',jm,-, essni.ui Lewis J. M.irtr w lio-.- funi.r. w i.s I M Thursday, hv rert'i..,) I, lie.iut'fil itoial vire.itii fro'" V.. -r. V I r. . 1 tl . T.... t . I1. t'reldet..t ,im(1 Mr- Milsm The wri-at ... e t.... ... .1 .,.1 1. 1 white ro- s .r- i -jyuuui't