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THE SUN, SATtntnAT, MAT 17. 1013. MILITANTS PLACE I ft "BOMBS" IN DAY I i.ulMi nf frniroM'- Vimmiii Anil lliirmli'ss. others j liiHllj Avrnnncil. I-M'l.i; l AHV1N its SAliK II iit't'riiucllc" Itnippi'iirs in lilili'r l.ntiirtinu: Cfiris i.iIm'I Ij n U Ii u it nt llfltn. . . fi finite In Tin- fi 1 M.i ! I'lflcill "linmlis' . .1 ii 'iffr.ii;ciii,, in I.oniliui HrA r pl.iccs clerd.iy, but inoMt of iScii "iH- Aliimt halt a do.cn n,m cnp.ibltf of iUiiiik Merlons dumnce, ;l f,. r fiii'i were nucnclied or the n . ,n m w.in n ry. I v . in. u were arraigned nt Chlhoroe en . 1 .i .ml of preparing to carry out ti:. mule to destroy the ir.ickd of .. M ul.ind Hallway. They were nr-v,,.-..i ..ii tlin railroad track with tools n'' ! it . iiellcved they were about to .! t i ' MitTniMette ca(iM, The men ii"" r- ii. iniled f.if further Investliratlon. T'-'e w 'Mien were surprised on the jr 1 K.illway tracks at l'eeston, lim t.. s '! by runnim; away. v I' il'lm yesterday threewoinen were one ' I I1 m lines and dainapes for a. iu -'iiashed tho windows of the I if" I M'i l.eamio Itntldlnt; and thoe H, ... j ,io ,,f John IHllon. l. V. Mr. Ii' m u'm was one of the wltnew ,.m' them. t. 'Stilled that the defend-f,'ii- i .Muse) tried to ttet htm to admit ,it nir..;.mcy was Identical with po ;. ' re' .Ham Mr. Dillon could not be c.i u- t in that trap, however, and re r. ir'd tiuit "militancy 1 disgraceful, t'H it- le.hon Is not disgraceful." He .1 -. 1 lth apparent prldo that the last ttr '.e a In that court he was a ft- M' : TV Woman's Soclnl nnd Political t'n ' n 1 avlns hud to choosp. between an iv i ne'is Sttffrntjrttr or none, decided nn tl..' former, nnd an attenuated lusuo ' ;i milk and water charncter appeared yuaierday under to-day's date. Tin newspapers report dissension tii.'tiif tbe mllllant leaders, some hold !nc ' nt they have cone too far and nn tnunnh.i il th public and now call for a U'i and milder methods. Miss 'lirl tubel VanUhurst Is obstinately nppused r t'i i conipromi and Uec'.aies the fsl-.t mu't continue and militant ui.'hoils must be employed until the vet., is won or the movement crushed. ,t : -aid that the others are so afraid if her that they will not risk persistent cpp. Mt!on. T!ie lhiili llrraht, a new la bur n-,.nn, n,s t'.us moniinc that the Porrlsn I'lttlce w'll make a formal demund to day ! r the extradition from Trance of .M'j I' rlMnbel I'ankhurst. the militant . iTrnu'ette. who has ben In that coun try since she was Indicted on a charce of mal clmiK damage to property Ac irdlnir lo the Stmnhiril a il.-iuand for li-r etradltlon was tn.ide rome 'ri aso, hut was refused on "ui'itiill t'.in' Krounds." Further rcprcenta 'nr. ,t says, have been iiiado by the Ki n i Olllco as n result of which It Is v,r, ' that she will b nllow-d to re tu " 1 :i Imiuer in Prance '' Min.i Shaw, mldresslntt the non hii! t.i' n London yesterday said that m.l'ar In Knulnnd Is the chief ob- !' e t i ill., siicctss of the woman mif rrncf tr iVftiii'tit and that the American uppi'r.nt of woman sulfrnwe are point Irit t" .i as proof of woman's Irrespon Hi.' i WOXDER AT FOGLESS LONDON. fill j vi n I'rnna'lani Ho Xnrprlipd nl lght if MrlropnlU. a i nl,;c rHJOiri to The I . .I,iy 1'). - London Impressed tlftv i. i lit- of the Columbia Park Boys ' i .'i of S,n, Francisco, who rcachisl h - i -v with wonder. They " am ... I ,ii first at rot finding tho ; metropolis enveloped In a fog !'! fv thought was a perennial irc of the city. The night of nor .;n' --. .'s also caus-d considerable "rpr-. . 'he juvenile visitors who Vr'J 1 "I all th'lr lives that tho r'"'" mposwl of siunlld streets i-:. I .i.rtv fillfi-. I il :i"t i.Iiih I,ondon has the pub 't niiL'h' to li.ivi'," was the com ::' if i,. ..f the IniK. r ' ' il stop at the Soldiers' " i : i'klngluiin fJatf, during their ' ' ' '"" " I 'by will have an oppnr ' -' ' f - ng cvorythlnt? of Interest i'" . A luncheon at the liulld p.iii of tho programme, arranged t ( rn'ertiunment. CABHIELLE RAY SEEKS DIVORCE. i'ir., I'll,., London rrtlHnm for llrtlnrnlliin of flight. 'O",' . May 1C Miss Oabrlello Hay, ' t',v a) Kur who In private llfn h M" i , l.oijrr, to-.lay filed a court r-'ir i r the restoration of hrr enn- nt r tp T),,, ai'tlnn wni undo- ' t. i trlfiiris say that It Is pte- '" ' ' a ."Hit for divorce. 1 r.'" j,i trr, ulm married fliihrlcllo H-iv .,i, Mari'li 1, 1912, nfter she had 'Tel ii nervous cnllapsu which left blm w. i,i,k at the. church without a ' r oji ti,.i preceding day, Is a grimd "f'n . f ii late Hlr Hubert Lodnr and rn-pVr... Major j,oder, owner of tho j'" rby w.nner Spearmint. Tho i-odnrn uinaiHi-d a fortune tn the. Ullow ir,ni. in j'njHia, and tho baronetcy was 'Li i.' tint Jubilee honors conferred by 'I'tfn MctofU In m?. .NT.W JOB FOR LLOYD GEORGE? humor 'llmi Imiii i llnr Will Take. John II u mil's Place. f ferial CnMr lf$pale to Tm Sks lrr. May Tr latust rfipnrt In ' ' cIicIch In reforunco to tho rumor ImvIiI I.loyd (icorKO was to bo " 1 f'rri from tlm olllcti of tho Chan ' " r,f tin- l.xchi.iiufr to Home other "". rttn:nt Ik that ho may replace John i tin l'irsldont of the Iocal Gov--nmi,t Hoard and that the latter jnny fcrrcd to tho War Onirn, l'iii'iiKrr no Wrt Bound l.lnrr r' iiU tnl.le t'tftm h lo Tim 3t ..May 10. Sir Thomas Klmugli-r.'i-v, prisldcmt of tho Canadian l'ncltle r i, leaves Liverpool to-morrow on ' e '..unship Kmpross of Ireland for ' r i.: T H. Hums, lienjim.n K. ' '. -Vm-rlcau I'onsul at Leeds: Sir " i 'i and Lmly Ar.strutlier and .lanirs 'Minn Illlot urn leaving on the Tu 'sril iincr ('mmaula to.mnirnw for New MUSIS Quality Never Varies 'LITTLE MINISTER' TO BE MADE INTO OPERA Alice Nielsen Hopes Libretto Froni .(. m. Harric's IMny Will He Heard Here. To UK Sl'XG TX KN'CLISII Shirley Kello's Fiance l Peconrville, Assistant Pi rector of Hippodrome. A. apnia! C.lhlr Dtp,ite to Tnr. .u I.omion', May li:. Alice Nielsen, who will appear In the "Secret of Sii.nnne" at Its opeliliiK pelfortnance at t'ovent iarilon, says all arrangements hiu" been completed for Woltf Terrar to make J. M llarrle's "Little Minister" Into nn opera. She expects that It will be tlnlshvd ill a year, and Its title will be "Lady IVbby." The libretto will be ill Kmillsh. Mine. Nlcl.-en hopes tln.t it will be produced lit the Metropolitan opera House In New York. If this can not be arranged she Intends to produce Il herself, as she will not only sine the leadltiK par: but will be the owner of tlm opera, which sho considers will be one of the most important aids to the popularization of grand opera In Km; llsh. Another young American shiver. Frances Knedcr. a ilnunhtfr of t5us Itoeder, a well known New York news paper man, will tmke her debut at I'nvent (iardm on May .':' She will appear as Mu.nttn In .n Il.iheme." with Melha nnd Zucihi in the bic ..nr in"!. She h.'Hjftiiilled for he last three years in I'ails under Jean do Iteszke and has signed a three year continct' to sing at Nice, beginning in November It was learned to-day that Shirley Kellogg, the variety tnr who announced yesterday her Intention of re'irmg from the stage to get married. Is engaged to Albert Of courvllle, asl.tant managing director of the Hippodrome. Mr. IV courvllle was largely responsible for the engagement of Mrs. Kvelyn Nesblt Thaw to appear on the stage of that thentre. Mls Kellogg says sV' Is going to live In London, "I never want to leave It," she said. "It Is the loveliest place in the world. I am very glad to o,ult the stage, for I am tired of It and bored i.j the theatre for a time." MRS. BORWICK AGAIN IN COURT. .Imprlean Witmnit 'on Impllrnleil In llolhlng Firm's nll. fprcln! Cahle Hfp-itrl. to 'In- si IiONtmN, May 10. -Mrs. Mary Mason Horwlck, daughter of L. r Hasell ot New York, who receti'lv nunotincd fiet she was about to bring suit for divorce against her husband. iieoig' Horwick." the heir to Sir Itobert ltorwlek, bids fair to achieve a record f ir litigation In tho hlKh courts hr In addition to the lit sgln! lu-r husband, which Is on th '1st for an tarly hearing before i tietlal Jury and which her husband Intends m light, and the suit for slander which she lntltutf d against her husband's lawyer In Jan uary last, sh Is concerned In a new suit brought (igalnst Mr, Honvlcl; by Mesfr.s. Oolx'iiham, a West i:nd tlrm of women's outflttets. Mrs. Horwlck, before she returned to New York, ordered from that tlrm a sumptuou supply of clothing and In structed th linn to send lb bill to her husband. ThN tho Htm did and the husband refused to pay, whereupon a suit w.if brought against him TO END BAGDAD R. R. QUARREL llrllliali nml 'I'nrUlsli run rriimrnls Arrnnue Vllfelnr.'r Settlement. FliraiU itilt Heipntctt In Tns Srs' I!i:ki,iv, May Ifi. -Tlm negotiations be tween the HrltNIi and Turkish (lovnrn meiits regarding tho proposed Bagdad Itnllway from K'onla, In Aula Minor, to the I'erslan gulf are npproashlng a solution and It is believed hero that tho arrangement suggested will be en tlnly satisfactory t the fiermnn llnv frnmeni and Hi" fSernian financiers under whose auspices the line Is to bo constructed, For many years this bus K'en a sub ject of sharp controversy between Knur land nnd Uerniany, but It Is now ex pected that tho concessions made by tho Ucnnans Interested In tho project will fettle tho old disputo and that the (lermnns will receive fatlsfnctory com pensation. An olllclal rommunrcutlon in the Xarddeutsi In' .llncwHin Ztitunp Niyn: "The coursti of Hie Anglo-Turkish ne frotlatlnns hitherto bus Justified the'as numptlon that tlm lesult will bo ac cepted as a satisfactory solution by Ger many. Ilefore tlm Herman Government and iji rman Interests can, liuwnver, as sent a further exchange of views Is nec essary, In tho course, of which rierman Interests will be udeiuiitely snfeguii riled und correspondingly valuable compensa tions will lm secured for any fuilher German conci KsIcuih." TO Air MARCONI INVESTORS. London Killlor NnKHeit Comliliieil ellon AkiiIiinI Coinpnn, I ,v;if(nl fiiWr fi'),i(rA to Tntl Si s Los'pov, May Ifi.-Mr. ItadclyiTe, ed. tor of the Slm'k Uroki'V, Issued an In vitation m-ilny to persons who havn putehased share"! In the American Mnr uinl i.ompiiny to lonimunlc.ite with him with a view tn combined action to ic cover the monny they have lost. He says ho believes thern are solid grounds for legnl pioeeedlngs heir toward Its racovary. TAKES 'CRCESUS' OFF GARRICK'S BOARDS CliifflRo Mnn Wins First fm-t of Fipht Against M: An Hothschild. MH. IIOmCHTKR OUST I! I) Salter Hansen Kinploys Force of Detectives to Obtain Pos sesion of Theatre, .ecnif Ciir ht'tvitfh to 1'nt sin l.o.suoN', May 10.- Sailer Hunseit, tho Chicago theatrical man, olitulued to-iUy an Injunction against Dr. Hunrl de Itothschlld, the author of "Cra-sus," and Arthur llourchler to prevent tho pro duction of the play nt tho Uarrlck The atre, as had been urranged, but he had to resort to physical violence to oust Mr. Hourchlor from the theatro nnd bike possession of It himself. Mr, Hansen obtained temporary rights to tho theatre by tlm court decision nnd Immediately removed the notices nn noimclng the production of "Cnesus" and the nanie of Mr limit chirr, and co - rred tho front of the house with bills hearing- big type saying: "Salter 1 Inn sen will soon announce the production of a new play " Mr. Hansen said lato to-night that he received a telephone call from his manager at the Oarrlek box office n-k-Ing lilm to come to the theatre, tin arriv ing the nianagir told him that some of Hourchler folk were in possession and the question was how to dislodge them. The facts were that William Itinchall. an agent of Hourchler. and eleven other men were In occupation of lloiiichiers private room and lefused to quit. Han sen's contract stipulates that he iiiu-t not uso tho room, but theio is nothing In the contract to indicate that llour chler can continue to occupy it. The whole building was locked up anil all the lights were out. Hansen and his mannger protested that Hotirchler's men had no legal or other right to lie on the premises, but they refused to budge. Hansen then appealed to the police to turn the In millers out. but tho police declined to interfere, saying they bad no legal right to eject tho occupants of the theatre. The Chicago man thereupon appealed to a private detective agency, which supplied him with the services of se . nil former policemen They r.galn went lo the theatre and demanded Its evacua tion Hiiichall lefii.-i'd, whereupon the besiegers battered down the door with an Iron bur and daln -1 Into the pl:n e The occupants resisted the effort of the Hunccn aids to put them out and a fierce struggle followed. In which Han sen himself took a hand ami hi knuckles wvre all cut. Kouchler's men wvfp tlnallv overpowered and hustled into the street. Mr, llnhsen says Hourchler undoubt edly fell that pi)Se"slon was nine-tenths of the law and that he would be able to defy the Injunction by retaining poses. slim of the theatre. i in arriving at the Savoy Hotel after the tight Mr. Hansen had n bad fright He dived into Ills pockets to get Ills "Croesus" contracts nnd pliue them in the hotel safe and found they were gone. "M '.oil." he cried. "I lmeIost 7.."i0" Th's was the amount he had tub. meed 'to Mr Hourchler for the .ms,. of the theatte i. frantically hailed n t.ivlinb ' and hastened back to the lli'iltle. whele he foiKid the contracts, which In tie ; scullle had dropped out of his pocket , Mr Hansen, who asset ts that he iiougnt tne .meric.in anil Lngllsji iiguij of the p aj direct Irom tlw author ,u 1 charges Mr. Hourchler w.th trying t" prevent. h.m from producing !n tn (larrlrk. told Tin: Sr.s correspond, nt that he could not say at this lU'itii'nt whether or not "I'riesiis" ivoulii be pro- jduceil, but if it were produced It w ail l ; be under his management I'orteiv were then biisv removing Mr. Hourch.er's .scenery and Mr. ilanun declared 'alni- self very hnppy Tub St'N cnriespondenr Iearn tint Dr. de Itothschlld and Mr. llntm liter will endeavor to-morrow to h.ne tho Injunction obtained again them 'iv Mr Hansn dissolved 'J'liev will so to Kpsom to e .Indite Ituckulll wr.i granted It. nnd will make tin chiir.v that It wn grantfil under a mls.i prehenslon. Iir de Itothsehild Intends to sun Mr. Hansen for th" tetnin 31, -,,(lim, which the author of "Cnesa-, I asserts be ndinnced for 'lie pnrpo-'" jof booming him In London ALLIES AGAINST EACH OTHER. lleiMtrl ""eriiln Wiuils ll I'nrls of Vliierdonln lir lleenples, ojitn.il t'otitr tifyptttfk to i;.m -i :, Lon'po.v, May HI, - Indications of the last few days of dissensions among the Halkan allies are now being seriously emphasized. The Haitian League as originally or ganzled for tlm solo purpose of unking war upon Turkey no longer exists. Mutual distrust l.s growing dally among the four nations composing it. Servla Is credited with tho Intention of pre senting to the Solia Ciovernment a de mand that the agreement entered Into before till; war was declared be revised cm the ground that the results of the cumpiilgn are altogether different from what she had expected, Servla asserts that she Is entitled to hold nil the parts of Macedonia now occupied by her troops, Including the territory claimed by llulgarla. Tho relations between tho four nn tlons are extremely strained, but It necms that tho trouble Is due to the military commanders In the fluid rather than to tho attitude of the Cabinets. The hopo of peace apparently roHts al most wholly with Itussla, which was appolntC'd by the llallcnn league's agree ment as arbiter In tho event of differ ences between them. Hulgarla and Oieece continue to be at dttKKT drawn. Tho latest reportH from Salonlc.i say that great numbers of Hiilgnrlan troops are advancing west ward, threatening tho (Ireeks. POWER FOR ITALIAN CATHOLICS. I'nrlj Will lie Inerenaeil lo loo Members Iiji llleellniis. V.iiii' t'liblt llrf"llr' 111 I'll si . Ibi.viK, .Mny I'I. According to nfllci.il calculations, the Catholic party which Is composed nf only fifteen member,, will be increased In (he pest election in more than n huinheil Th.s is due m lintveisal suffrage, Willi h the Socialists ho engerlv demanded and finally se. cured, believing It a great victory for them. f PRUSSIAN DIET ELECTIONS. Unit elltll In KUtrlel U lirrr Mielnllsls llnpr tn Win. j l,ftal I'Ohle tlfAimtfh lo I'll Si I Ib.HLI.v, May 16,- There Was coinpara-1 lively slight Intel est In to-day's election of members of tlm Prussian Diet, as the existing electoral sjstein Is regarded as farce. A certain amount of activity was evidenced, hownVer, In a few dis tricts where the Socialists hope to cap ture a seat or the Centrists nnd Con servatives hopo to defeat tlm Socialists. The election was for the choice of elec tors who on Juno 2 elect representatives to tho Diet. Tho Socialists elected suin clent repiesetitatlves to Insure their holding their present six seats and add ing one or possibly two more. Or, Llebknecht, who represents tho Kaiser's royal borough In the Keichstr.g, Is assured of a seat in the Diet. There Is little change In the representation of tlm Conservatives or Centrists. The Radicals captured two or three seats. The vote showed a considerable In crease, of tho Socialist strength, which, however, will avail them llttla under tho three class system. UNIONISTS ASSAIL HOME RULE. Thrmlrn tn Tnki Over I'nllrr flnt ernnienl nf l ister. tptruit Oi'if ttfio'lrh to run Si n l.o.Miov, May 10. An enthnsiastn nntl-home rule demonstration was held to-dny nt llnlfnst. Sir Kdwiird Carson,' lender of the I I ster I'nloiilsts. declared that I'lster would adhere ',o the solemn covenant which It adopted last autumn. Hi- said thai since the I'nlonlsis of the province swore to oppose home ruin they have never ceased preparations to carry thelt resolution Into effect. They would et liaust every constitutional means to avoid the necessity of resorting tn force. but If they were driven to a policy of j resistance tlioso who drove thorn would be responsible. He urged tho loyalists io go and be read). The bailers would select the most opportune methods and if necessary they would take over them selves the entire f.-jverntnent of I'lster GERMANIZING ALSACE-LORRAINE (internment Thrrntena fit Snpitrras French .Vrntptprn. fptcial CabU Hftpotr'i to Tint ?i'. I Hi:iiUN, Mny If,. With a view to pre. I venting tho growth of antl-'lernian I feeling In Alsace-Lorraine the I'ed cinl Council of the (Jerm.in Empire Is I I nisld'Tliig exceptional measure to be adopted. j ine of them N aimed at newspapers j in the French language, the circula tion of which In the annexed provinces 'may be prohibited by order of the Iov I ei nor If he considers them antl-G'-rinan I in M'ntlment and the other Intends to give to the (Jovernor the power to ' s upr'.-f anv society which he regards S ll-v ersiv e to pilbl," older CAPT. SCOTT LEFT $16,155. V III nf sonlh I'llle tr:ipl irer llllereil lor I'rolinlf In f.oiiilmi. utctat obi? )p.i?r. to Till ' v Lost'OV. Mny lii The estate left by C.ipt Itobert F Scott, the Hrltlsh e i plorer who polished on his way back , ft ctm the south pole, amounts to M,ln5. I according to h.s will, which was offered for probate to-day. I King Oeorge gave nn audience to-day i to Commander lvnns, who was second In command of he Scott expedition, and I heard from htm a narrative of their ! travels nnd the tragi dy. The King con j ferred on Commander Kvans the order I of Commander of the Hath , PRADES RUINS FOR FRANCE. rirornrr ire HnriiHriC Presents Ho. mnn riolster tit linvrrnmnit, Sptti'it CitM? Utupotch to Tit- Sc I"n.vtiL-s. France, May 11. The inhab itants of this placo hnve won their light to prevent the removal to the. , Fnlted States of the red marble Uomnn cloister in Hie ruins of the Abbey of St. Michael de Cum. which had been ' purchnseii hy ibsirge nrey H.irnard. 'the Xcw Vork sculptor ' Following the protest of the local authorities to the Fndor Secretary for Finn Arts Mr. Itarnard presented to the j French ftovernment to-day tin- ancient I sculptures which be bough: CUBA TO MODIFY CONCESSION. Hire ! I'mlto llmlr lt I'nrt lm liritveiiii'til I'n, tn Hi Monnril. wri; OlAiV iiirrA fn Tl'l' l. N lUv'AN'A.M.iv it!- The ieinrt of the Scn lUecomniltteeon the bill to annul tin-Fort Improvement Company's concession nnd providing for the reimbursement of the expenditures made by the company was read In the Senate to-day. Tho doeren Issued by President Gomez yesterday modifying the company's concession films to satisfy the l.'ntted States and 1 the Incoming Cuban llovernment by ( eliminating excessive profits. i The House sent a message to the Senate to-day urging action on the nmendinent to tho Senate amnesty bill. WILSON TO SUPPORT MENOCAL ? Cnhnn I'ren t,,.,,n j'lmt In .eiirllnir; of F. w. InniiBiirnl I'liiomlsslon, Sprriul Culitr llniitli lo Till: Si V IIavanv, May lii. The Cuban press in terprets the decision of the Washington (Government to send an Aniiricin com mission to represent the Fultrd States at the Inauguration of the new Presi dent of Cuba as nn Intimation of Pres ident WIIhoh'm determination to support the Menncal Administration nnd as n warning ngalnst revolutionary plots. Walter de Mnmm tn Weil In Jan. ffitrlal CaMt puixitrh to Tin: Sin, London, May 1C, It Is reported that the iniirriogo of Miss Frances Scovillo of Seneca, Kan., to Walter de Mumm of the French champagne, Arm will bo celebrated early tn June at St, Oeorge's, Hanover Square. Cruiser .Montana, I,rrri .lalrra, .swiil Cahlr On patch to Tnr. Sex At.ntt'nH, May 10. Tho fnlted States cruiser Montana left here to-day for Philadelphia, WATERSPOUT GRAZES LINER. Mirny From Whirling Mum, Nplnalir in I'rlnrens Irene's Heck, The Ninth (ii'riiKiu Lloyd liner I'i Ill ness Irene, In yesterday fioin the .Medit teiancaii, illsiiii eieil th,. Atlantic bleed Ing iilace of waterspoiiii on Tuesday af teinoon when she whs about si)'l miles ail of Sandy Hook Tin- spouts, tun iniir.i'ioii to i mint aeil mlglit.v liurd to sieei ele.ii of spians ntn bum In I'Apt I'etei sen's enuise lil.e in nine inunhrooin. llll", .vavvnliig like Ii llllldelless llerellet In a cale, mine so closr- to Hie liner that rr.s)' from the swirling ni is splmhed on the data. OFF WITH THE PAJAMAS Nighties onrn mine In fashion. Kvery cluingii of fashion, vvlieilier in outer Kar ineiits or iiiiderwenr, is (intlclpated nt illooiiihigdiilcs' In bridal liotisscniis, In npniirel for street wenr. In furnlshnigs for the home, in fin t. In everything lliut mnn. woman, or child weals or 111.es, ltloonilnedles' evcel in I lie amplitude of their stocks mid In their iiuallty and si vie. I'HIIIl 'i'c. bottle florins: lso direc tions for storing furs this Summer. Present this lit Toilet C.oods Dept S. IT RLOOMINGDALEQ Lex. to 3d Ave., 59th to 60th St. THAW BRIBERY CASE GOES TO JURY TO-DAY A ii ii nt ami Dr. Rns.scll Tell ronflictiiis; Storie on (lie Stand. I.AWYI'lt A row, WITNKSS! Kay; That F.v-Mattcanan Head Wanted ,i-20.000 Ileail to Hetnrn Money. The i ac of .Tohti N". Anhut, lawyer, on trial befoic .lustico Sejibury In th1! Criminal lirauch of th Supremo Court on a charge of briberv, will go to the) jury tins afternoon, i no testimony wa" finished Into yesterday and to nil ap pearances a very competent dozen of Jurymen went home dazed. They hud heard nothing but contra dictory and opposing testimony all dav and from that they weto to Judse whether tho young lawyer had tried to initio IH-, llussell, the niedlcni supirln teiiilcnt of Matteawnn. to re. ae Harrv Thaw or whether Or Itnssell had In duced Anhut to get the bribe from Thaw or whether the '.'."..fi00 turned over by Thaw- was simply n cuitlngent retainer to bec une good If he was set nt liberty. Ur llussell, Horace Hoffman, con tbleiuJnl agent for Thaw, and Anhut hhnee'f were the principal witnesses yestenlay While Hoffman tetfled. ns admitted on both slder. that he turned over the money and securities to An hut, llussell and Anhur gnvo opposite versions Htissell said that Anhut offered $20,000 as a brlb' The defendant declared that llussell demanded $20,000. Thaw's testimony had not benefited inther the drfcnrn or the prosecution, because he s.ial that he understood that Anhut as confidential agent of ltu-.sell would name fie price for hl relense. There were several witnesses to help to s t up Immunity for Anhut because he went before f!ov. Puller's commls slnn of Inquiry, but that did not seem to be very successful, John N. Carlisle and .lohn H. Dcilaney of the rommlsslon with .ludge. John T. Norton, their counsel, wero In court under subpienas. ns well as William T Clark, who had been the commission's secretary They were not called, but Mr. Clark heard Assistant District Attorney lie Ford declare that it was the purpose of the prosecution to show Uiat Clark, Alfred Henry Lewis and ("lustav ltoeder were coconspirators with Thaw In his tight for release. Mr, lie Ford was not allowed to establish this collateral mat ter and Ills questioning ended with the bare statement. Hoffman, first witness in the morning, said that he took tlm stock and the five lt.000 hills to Anhut. He told how he had been acting km Thaw's confidential ngent for four years and except for ny Ing that he did not know that Anhut was Thaw's personal attorney, lie did not assist the prosecution to' nny e tent. lb'. Russell followed him and he was not entirely n ease, The court and tho lnwyerx begged him lo talk loiidrr, Ho told of the meetings with Anhut at White Plains, nt the Cram I Central Station and nt the Savov Hot 1, where he was told by Anhut thai the lawyer had ::.,ooo. of which n part would go to him If Thaw were, released. "I Indignantly refused this," said Ktliisell, Then hn spoke of the meeting of IV remher lii nt tho Astor Houe, where he said Anhut otfered him K'O.ilOO to re lease Thaw "Volt can have the :o, 000," ltuusell quoted Anhut ns saying, "and If you lose your Job you can hnve $10,000 a year until you establish your self in private practice " Arthur Palmer in cross-examination went Into tlm doctor's testimony before thn Sul.rr commission when nussell said he could not remember fhe name of tho man who offered to bribe him or his description. A llttlo later Dr. Hun sell remembered that Anhut hnd visited him at Mntteawan In August, that they had mrt many times In Whlto Plains, nnd had exchanged letters. Dr. Russell said It had escaped hla mind, but ho hnd remembered enough to tell Gov. Hulzer about fourteon hours Inter. "Did you tell anybody about these bribe offens for a month or more?" "I tried to tell some one, but could not." was the reply. "Wasn't It your Idea to get Thaw out and then uot employment from the Thaw family, or to get money out of them?" "No sir," nnswered the witness, ltiiHsell denied that he had ever asked Anhut for 120.000 or nny other I sum, never flilggested It to Thaw or I anybody else, I Anhut, smiling, cool, well dressed and ' quick ns a flash In his answers, took 'the stand. He swore llial Thaw had , leinlneii hi ill in fight for his release. slid his Idea was lo get his filend, Ilr, llussell, to hire alienists He had demnndrrt $Sn,000 contingent upon victory and as Thaw was hnvlnr troublo with his lawy".-" h wantad his money first. Thla wna to b returned Broadway nt 34th Street Men's $1.50 Half Silk Underwear today at 85c There is before us, ns wc write this advertisement, n stilt of this half silk underwear. It is beautiful merchandise. The fabric is" tailed half silk, but if the loom erred at nil, it erred on the side of silk nnd war. guilty of iYm- mnjrtfr to Kinjj Cotton. For it looks like all silk, and is as soft ns nil silk ever can be. And the silk in question is Jap silk, which is the strongest and most serviceable that can be used in underwear. Light, cool, unspeakably comfortable. Sleeveless, athletic shirts, knee length drawers, perfect in make nnd finish, nnd a magnificent Summer underwear value. Don't let it get away from you. Only Sic. and only todav. Men's Artificial Silk Plaited Hose at 25c In a wor'd that is crowded with twcnt.v-five-cetit hose, wc would like to introduce ycu to enc that is different from the crowd. This artificial silk hose has a ;icnuitic silk inte rior for looks and an artificial silk interior for wear. Made with improvements which you cannot find iti any other silk hose at this price, such as mercerized toe and heel, high spliced heels, double silk plaited soles, stop-run top and fine ribbed cuff. Will give splendid wear, and you may take our word for it, this is the banner value in twenty-fivc-cent hose. Obtain able in black, tan, gray, navy, and white for vcttr canvas shoes. Men's $2 & $2.50 Pajamas today $1.20 Fine mercerized pajamas, in plain blue, tan, hclio, gray and white. Made with or without collar, nnd finished with silk frogs nnd penrl buttons. Sizes, A, B, C, D, alphabetically speaking. Exceptional value at this unusual price. Men's $5 Silk & Linen Pajamas at $2.85 Something unusually desirable. A fine silk and linen gar ment that is a great value at this price. Shown in blue, hclio, tan and white, as well as in blue, black, and hclio stripe effects. Sines for small, normal and large sleepers if he failed. He had given a receipt tor It, and us one. half was to be re turned in case of failure up to .lanii-, ary 1, he had let timed $14,300 then, and stood ready to give back the $10,700 remaining on .Inly I. The securities were as they had come to him. He acknowledged all the meetings nnd then said that Dr. llussell bad told him that he i llussell I was as gooo as a half dozen alienists. "He looked ut me that day In the Astor House and then said: 'Wouldn't $!i,000 be enough for you'.' Where do I 1 come In?' I told him It couldn't be done because It was a contingent fee.' Then llussell told me: 'I get $10,000 a year, why should I do nnythliig for him. His family has plenty of money.' " It was .. pretty battle between Mr. De Ford nnd the witness, but the only time that Mr. Do Ford seemed to be getting the better of it was when be1 made Anhut admit that there was no record In his office diary, day book, ledger or nny other accounts of the terms of his employment. The lawyers will sum up this morn-1 Inc. GRUBER HOT TO LICK ; DAVIS, IF HE'S ABLE1 Kiuht for Leadership of ITtlil District Start. Hatlier P.rMilv. The F,i:t revlvnl of the annual oust ing of Abe Cruber us Kepublican leader In the Seventeenth Assembly district Is under wny. Willis II. Davis, who was a candidate against' limber In 1311 and 1012, has Issued u circular to fellow Itepubllcans of the district headed, "Gruber Must llo!" and con taining eight pages of political argu ment bringing in "Cruber and the brothels," "Tammany Hall alliances" and "Tammany Hall practical politics" und accusing Mr, firuber of various thliws, Whereupon .Mr. limber wrote n letter on Thursday to Mr. Davis, who, like Mr Oruber, Is a lawyer, my Ing: "If you say ou are responsible for this circular nnd I demand a written reply this week 1 Intend to prosecute .ou crim inally If tho libel is a ciiinlniil one. I also Intend to present you to the Appellate Division as a man unlit to practise law, and 1 also Intend tit lake the satisfaction of licking you or trying to do so per sonally If you will give mo the oppor tunity, and to this latter end 1 will meet yon any when. 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I enn sny In a very few words that you are a dirty llnr" Mr. Davis sent back a reply yester dn ; "Your silly letter received. 1 challenge you to execute! your threats "You ns a lavv.ver sl.niitd know and seek your remedy without threatening "Your cry that the circular is a criminal libel and thnt ou will Institute criminal proceedings does not disturb me In the bust "As to your challenge to 'llik' me phjs. Icnlly I would stigest to you to go toIuL dnou's for a few weeks nt least before you venture to display jour physical as well as your mental weaknesses. Sv tnpatlilr. ingly your. Wilms It. Davis." NEW HAVEN TO KEEP CONTROL. Xnaanrhiisetls eiiale A km I oat Tak ing Huston nml Maine .liia, rinsTov, .May It'. The Senate without delinte accepted to-day the adverse com mittee report o'u a petition for legislation lo terminate the control of the liostmi nml .Malm Itaihoad bv the w lluvcn mail. The petition was made by (Irtnvllln H. 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