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THE SUN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, IMS.
ii 5 MISS LEfSHMAN WEDS THE DUKE OF CROY (Mil ( rrciiiniij I'crforinnl cixth, on SIioit of hike (Spiicvn. ..i I ( III l.' II VKI)I)1N( T(MAY Uniit ticlnthph of lMik Present to (irccl I hp Aincri riin Bride. sy. it 1 tthtt ttrtrt, to Tnr S v f!r.M.v v, Oct 27. A unlet, simple, civil .ffinnii.v prrful niPil In llic malrlc uf Vrr .,. v. a village iiluitit seven inllrj from timfva nil tlx shore of Lake (triicvii, Ir N.nii'V t. IfIhii.iii, datlghtei uf John i, I., '.Inn im, funnel- American Am- iMJk.nlnr ii Merlin, the bride of thike , K I .iT iro. descendant uf lluiigailiti ' h'it' .mil im inli'-r "f n family recognized i, i mint of It.' lineage as Die rtiual of th' eignlns hou-es of Uurupe 1 Th 'ellgiuus ceremony will he pel . 'e-'ied to-moriow morning In St. Joseph's f.ttholii Chinch hof, vvlnie mail) Anit-i i, a"' have been man led In i event cars, ' b Milii Ill.iiu'li.iril I oui automobiles couve.vlng n seme of rf at ves .itul friends of both families mil I lirlile and brldeaiooni from the Motel N iiioi ,il Intc. "here they have, been atop. p us for -kit.iI days, arrived ni Verolx .it : l this aftei noon mid proceeded to ,hr liitu town hall, union was d i-matt-d n th a f-w (lowers. Mnor Mare IVter e .'M l t In-ill and lid tin way Into a all. Imi l fuml-lnd room The bride I inn n-Ll-gioom pieo-ded the rest t'rreni'n of I'm .Minnie. M., . t'eti, ti it., k i il ,1 fen tilliltll'S r ,.tfnrni t hi wedding ce'.cmon.v. tthleh Switzerland Is the same for the I'l nice ; i tin j.i!Miit II.- ur-keil the panics in iin. to slgulf.v his or her Intention t f "i "'tv nto wedlock. 1'trst the I Mil: a-n thi" Miss la-ishm.-in replied "yes" In . nrm tone The Major annoiitn e, th.it i.ie ..irti, r hid -n doiu'ellfd In Wisulx n .lu'v II last, the witnesses signed ' th fgstcr and the ceremony was over. The lrldgrontn's vv Uurss-cg wire hl lent ier, I'rlnce Anton, ami Count I letn -nrh App.inyi Those for the bride n irwm l.acghlln. .seeretary of the .Mir rle.ui '""brfMy n London, and Noiuun While nus" nf the American llmhassy In Hurls' V. I'r 'd. tit L'l'hrpal and Ameilean ' Cnt'SIII Mllllir also signed til- rfg Tmi iirninlinnt lan.er. of tlenrvw. nre ennuis thou iiho wltneffed the rtr IIV'l i The b-if nre a :iui of blue eit irn"ild with chinchilla j, A t,Mt c,f tl. a-- niterlal. The men proem wore I ' r r MbetM and i-llk hats', nblch e.as 1 - " el- in Swlt-erland The wldlnK p(rtx- Irfi br malrle with. 'I' nilnnteH ,if.. bivinp entered It. Tie innty nvurleil coupl,. looked vir upp' iind thilr i-eUtlvesi -ind friends uere ji in J.intu inoi.il iilnnnr w.i.- civ n ' Mi and Mi l.cMiniaii at th" Hotel Nat mini this evuilne for their suet!. fte- (he relulmis ceremonj to-inorrotv i "" will h.. ,i lunch,.,,,, ," Mien the i 'ie and rhichess of fj-,, will l.avi for nei- honejmno,,, t , annoiim-d -iere thu n-ii.se,. Mtnia of Rrlile a QarMlon. fioiee the miiiioiiim emeu! earh thla ear 'f the ensasenient of Miss I.eMinian'.ind ie Puke of froy th- IiIkIoM clrclfM of r I In -ope haie brii dlscusslim the future H-atus of the brldi -ind of the ohiliiren i"ihm:tj remit from the marrlase. 'frirvin url'toerutlc Micietv was almot .e'.lll-olll f the opllll,.)! that MM the ' ''ro' famllj Is u "inwll.itlied" boune, ' Pa' linvlnc heloiiKed to th Hol linn an ICinplie before It wan dest roved i .Napoleon, It was subject to all "the ules of Herman ro.ial houses com enilng I i -nam mm tuies . that In that the con. .,rt f,t ,l.A l.-..l.AH .. l-irje was to bear the title , f i-rl 1 ' " oi'essai 11 me ' lllchneps and her children succeed to tlo- ii. Mud estates in tk-rniany of their dtlicr stlic.nuki "f C,,,y cairled out bis Ila-i to marrv the America., elrl ,v i,i, 1 n'loin he tell In love despite the opiosltlou os moil.rr and without uskltiR for the I KH.f r's consent It Is bellcvd hi certain Irs that the Inichess of Croy can .ever heroine a member of the "blah i i man nobility" and that no son of hers under a police guard constantly. n ever bar the title of "Soverelun puke The depositions of Archimandrite .m f I'u'lmaii." which her huaband now- i brcmltfs. the urthodox monk, who testi holds , "'ii the other hand, there are many who b-lieve that the Croy ducal title beliiB "' Kremh origin and the family of the I'uae being royal evrn before- the lloli- u.olleriiH, the Kaiser's family, he not subject to anv restrictions firardinK equality of birth In mar rice Ills bride, according to this view, fullv entitled to the tltlo of Ducln-sg ef Cro.v, her first child If a buy to that "f rnikc of Croy and subsequent children J'rlnce in Prlncets of Croy. lelnted n Many noaltlm. Whatever gt nealogloal experta think i heiit the niatter It Is certain that Nimey hniati has come closer t" marrying "'" i real" royal fnnilly than any other ne , an clrl Iter liusbaiid. who Is -I v(,,i's old, H , sovereign duke and Is MatM to most of the reigning houses of I irnt e is mi oMlcer In the Herman irmy but It is believed will soon resign ii" 'onnnlssloii to devote himself to the improvement of his estates. Ills imoiiio ' 'Miniated at nearly 1 1 00,000 a ear, ' ah is taken as pioof that the marriage tvs ti,p culmination of a reul love mutch. 'r i' H'Jke Is one nf the handsomest ofllcers ' Kaiser's army. He Is six feet 'fie 'iieh ii height, with an nthletlc figure. II bride's HiMer married the Conite 'I- '.oiitiiut-lllron of I'urls In 1901. .Me 'I I I'm The new Muchess of Croy " - her father was appointed Alilbassa il" to liernniny in l?07 has set many '""t mlutter In high circles. Mer lid cx iiicluibd two nephews of th l sr PRINCE ERNST T0BE DUKE. lo r inn n I'edernl Ciiuni'll flranlica ( OlTe Mini Throne. ' r Met. 7. -I'linee Krrist Au J is of Cinnlierlnnd, who married the 1 - s only (hiimliter. will he Duke of ' 11 rw i k Th- l-'ederul Council of Iho 'iaii Kmplro mloptfil iinanlniously to ; 'solution to plac thu I'rlnce on 1 t roln I "ike of Cuinhi-rland. the father of I'rliire, had prior ehilius to . the 1 Hk throne, but renounced them. ' 'Jv there had been considerable 1 between the I'rlnce of Cumber ii "I the Prussian olllclals In regard i specific renunciation of his rights ' a throne of Hanover, nnd the iter " (''own Prince brought matters to '"' t' climax whin In an open letter ' Chancellor he declared that the ""ii land Prince should Re mudc lo a' a ' exprebii renunciation before he p .iced on Hid throne of llrunswkk. JAPAN WANT? 00,000,000. "Ill Tr lu ItaUr Loan for Railroad Cnmtractloa. fi rjfce Uttpulrh lo Th- Sli, 'r'j 'o. Oct, 2".- It Ih announced hete ' lapaii Is about to try to ralHe u ' ii-oiii construiilon loan of 1100.000,000. J " tln-inclal eommlsRloner, Kengo Mori. '" b ft for London in connection with " Project NASI AGAIN REELECTED. Italian tlepal), Oftrn Ktprllrd from ( hainhrr, to He Itrtalnrri. flOMP. Oil. :7.--Addltlonnl leports of the ROierul eleetlon ycstciday i-ontlrm the, nrst foreciist of n Ootoriimriit victory and the Indication are Unit the Oovein- ..,. H III t- . .. n.ne n large tnajority or mi' herciitH In the Chamber of Deputies. The previous standltiK of the parties In the Chamber lenmlns practically unchanBcd. and while nil of the Catholic, Socialist mid Kepubllciin leaden were reelected the Itudlcal Itepubllcun Socialist roalltlon suf. fend severe sethneKs In srvernl Instatices. Interest uttnehrs to the election of Nun lo Nasi to the Chan, her from two con sllliieneUs In Slcll.v, ll vvim formerly Minister of t'uhlle I tint rin-tloii and In l!ns was cnuvleted of misappropriation of pub He fluids lie has hucn relumed to the Chainbrr several times since, only to be expelled, One nf the features of the cltetlon was the Indifference dl'plavcd In many dis tricts. In Home, where then- are 1'lS.nuO Vottrs. only 33,i33 went to the polls. The aveiase of Miters In the coiinti-v districts was iii per cml of the total n rollnl. HAS NO PROOFS OF "RITUAL MURDER" Ortllfo Mollk Admits 111 Kil'ff Trial CoiipiMpI .Ip T.ild Him. STAUT IMHiHOM AT IMU'A UruiiliPii Kri'i'iiits d'tiiil lloiisps, lllll Al'P l(pMls('(l l) I'olicp. lfei'i ' iM pife let Tnr. Si KlErr, Oct. ?? The evidence lenardlni; e murder of the Christian boy Yu- th (thiliskv baviliK been finished, the miestlnn 1 mn mmna oeen nnineu. tne que.non existence of the practice of "ritual ' niuidrr" amonc the .lews was taken up 'to - day at the trial of Mendel Heills, the Jew accusfd of havlm: murdered the boy .i..ii.,i.. I put poses. One of the most prominent itnesses will be l'rof. Stkoisk ofKleff I "nlverslt who supports the theory that "ritual murder" practhes are w Idcspread. Me U fied that "ritual murder" was a common practice nnioni! the Jews, were read P day. Ambroslus admitted he knew noth ing about the matter at first hsiitl anil that he hail based Ills conclusions on the statements made to dim by two llliteiat. Jews whom he converted to Chrlstl.init . ii,,., ...... jun e,. ...e ........ The remarkable stalt-monl was made , by medical experts that when Yuschlu- sky's head was sent to one of them for examination the top of the skull was missing nnd the head was photographed with scalp of another head. Lour, Oct. ". Orunken reci tilts in flamed by stories from Kleff about the "ritual murder" practices nf the Jews startetl a pogiom here to-day. They at tacked the houses of Jews, btoko windows and tll'l mucn damage. .Many toiigns ( aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaLaaP .JaiiiiiiiiBvr IHimWi'-lhiH joinen inem. M.riuli Vadillo. MlnNler of Justice The police succeeded lu restoring order Sp1,. riI.,., Minister of Public Work", after having fatally stabbed two of the ( xdmliMl Miranda. MlnlMcr of the Navy, soldiers and arresting many. . snp tprKainln. Mlnl tcr of Public 1 ltiM.ructloii, POLITICS IN KIEFF TRIAL. A sensation has been cam-cl by the disappearance of Senor .Maura, a former Premier ami chief leader of the Consfrvii-Kx-llrad of llol Sood llrnuanrct tve pitv, who when naked by King AI Idea ni "llllaal Mardrr." ' fonso yesterday to undertake the task ., TUr. ' , ... rM.m K 'rtai or , r"iYWi?":'1 i1 ,f,!",''r'V.'' '."'.'r' i Paul Mllukoff. publishes the follow lug stHtenient by Prince A. P. Oholensky. lornier h'-hii oi nit: iioij as oou, w ho ie- gard to the "ritual murder" ease In Kleff: "It Is PHlnful tr. watcl. the p ogivss "f , S e:'' r ,, ''" .S ! nrous' d. Of course under such ciiciim- tniiees It Is verv dlflU'iilt to arrive at the truth and to secure Justice. To say the least It Is a very strange case. I "Alt noucii I am not intimately ramiiiai" with the poat-Hlbllc-al history of the Jews nevertheless on the strength or all nis torlral and literary materials concerning ritual murders I can bay that this accu sation against tilt: Jews is Just as 111 founded us were the accusations of the samo nature directed against the Chris tians long ago. You must remember that the use of blood Is contrary to all the U-achliiRH of the Jewish lellglon. I fully agree with Archbishop Serglus of Fin land in considering reference to the Bible for proofs nf the accusation Pf ritual murder an offence to Christianity. Judg ing from the Indictment I cannot see that Hellls had anything to 1 wHh ,ll; mur' der of Yuschlnsky' PAGE GOING TO SHEFFIELD. American Ambassador Will Be tioent t Catlera Bannurt. M'CfJ' CuAl lift natch lo Tim Sc London', Oct, 27. Ambassador Walter M. I 'age will make an address at the cutlers' banquet ut Hhellleltl on Wednes day evening. Hlr John Simon, the new Attorney-General, ulso will speak. Mr. and Mrs. Page will he the guests of Hlr llobert Madlleld. Hlr Robert was formerly Master Cutler of Hhellleld. Ills wire is an American, sue Having been a daughter of Col. Daniel Wlckersham of Philadelphia. I The Duke of Croy alllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllBaKV m ' mmT'iml' aliiiiiiiiiiV i'aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH aaaaaaaaaaaW r 5',',Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaafl aliiiiiiH i'i l? &J r.'VBaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH alllllllllllllllllllllllllllBllllllla ailiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaVaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHr HiiiiiiiiiiH ZD nice of Crou KRUPPS CHAIRMAN TESTIFIES. hum or Merlin' ueoCs Vcllvllles la l.etllou I nntrnnK. 1 tr i i Of-, 'i ' TU' - ' Hr.niis-. , 21 When Mavlmlll.in i Mr.indi. fomierlv t'n Herlln dcent of the Unmp Armitmeni Woi-ks. the disclosures "f m.-thols of obi.iinln-- nntri th lor lis in . cans, ii .icverai lirinv "'II- I i rs ii,,J ni ilnai.ci. department clerks to In- sen! lo prison for accptlni; lo-lbes. w is plH ed on tilal in tin , rl ml n.i I i ourt here to-da.v one of the tirst witnesses called v,m In I liiKenln-rK, chairman ot the board of directors of the Krnpp flrni, who wa,s asked wheiher or not the di rectors win aware of Mrnndt's methods I'l Mimeiibrri; said the inattie was brouKhl to the i, million of the dlreitors In l 'l? nl the tone of th" national irle bralion of the c-otenar.v if tin founding of the aimameut factor). Hrnnilt told the ilii-citors thai be obtaln.-d Inforina tlon tbrotiuli vvbli-h be was able 10 make loner bid: for annantcips than anv iival, but admitted lie was afraid of the ion sequences and the directors decided to transfer him from H.-ilin, fearliiK that a piiblli s,andal would n suit from bis nctlvltles f'r Hiisenbili; added thai none of the directors suspected llraudt of lorruiitlon i -n. ..halrniaii said On- la.ai.1 had ills- , missed llrandl's predecessor at Herlili be. cause he disclosed se iets of the tlrni to rival- mid was cullt.v of cross bre.u h of conllilence , 1 "r," r" """ '""'""" '"": officers and onli.aiue tie- parlnienl clerks v.ele s- nteiiceil several jrsaid for tin rights of other and a tic. months ago bv a oiirt-martlul, but termination to sun-ied in spile of llraudt and another person loneeineil In ,ibtat les are the things that ,-ome to the scandal, iitto Krols. being cl lllans ntlti.l In defining chaiacter as , I tin were not amenable to the i-ourl-in.iitl.il ! guM,(,i from Intellect This is as tr'i-- of anil they were held for trial In thejthenattoiiasoftheliiilividii.il. tlimlnal imirt on a thai-go of hriberv j y, , trut,," .,,ld Col Itooyivlt. ."of which men tend tonstantlv to lose TIATn HPW SPATv7T"H PTlr.MTT,Tl ' slcht. nud the Ameilean republh s both again mid again a curious foiin tfulness Srnop -Iniirn, W ho llelusetl I'nat, , nf It In mv ov. n , otirlrv w ei,.l i., j l.ravrt .Mnilrld Sndtlenlj. , far too much emph:i-ls on that lnillpens. .,,,-i i,.;if,, i Tin: si ,iAI.in. t),t :'7 The Cabinet crisis in ijsii.iiii was solved, temporarily ai ieai. .. i,e s. t,i- i-rin.n.l.. n.i,, the 'M1(' .n,.,.ted Premier and one time Presl-1 ' . .',.. , , ( 'h iiiiber of I icn ut les formed ' e , ' ',' ' ' I ' , "Jt ' ,V , Ir.Ti' ;!,r' VI,.. i. ..j.,,...- liovernnient of Count d. Iloiiianoius. the t.lbet.-.l. wbith rtslcneil on Saturdav Tile n'evv ilt'ivernment'is cnmposeil as follows . "f V." ,H"'fu,l" i'nlutcd in, an- to an Senor iluerr.i. Minister of the Interior. , Senor Htlgallal. Minister of rinanc'-. I '"' Polnt'-d I" lirfere as die h,,nn Maiiiul.s l.eina, Minlsler of roielgn;1" I1""'-" l'f"t of Int.lli .-tnal siiineinacy, Affalrr. trl,m.. Master f Wr .of forming a new liovernineiit refused , rw.mlm.niI tln selection of Senor lntf In his place. To-day Senor Dalo , , , Maura's residence ami ,. ,,,. tll ,. ,.,. ,r,,,. j .t,.i,. , , surp'rbes even his most lutimat.. frlwillfl Jm regard the Incident as nry HiKtiincant -polltlcnlb anti otherw Ise. " MANY PARTR PP.APTJ? PAKF.S. 1 Mxleeo Denlers lOmiilii.veil lllntln iiperi, ii ik .1 itnuatit'cn. tfif-rifil Vtlhlf f)riac,e. tit Till. Si Paiiis, Oct. 27, Th" delicate situation in tvhk'h the pearl syndicate his been placed by the revelation of the method hv which ordinary American liver pearls were doctored and made to appear of Orlcu'al orluln Is apparent when It Is an umpired that slxleen members of the syndicate hail recourse to V.irina, the Hindu expeit who was responsible for the scheme. Tlie cut I'oi.ttluii now laments the fact that publicity was given to tint operations of Its members while the diamond syndi cate, which Is Mlcved to he responsible for the illbcnrrry of Varma's woik, Is Jubilant. Bom bay, Oct. 27. hdiil llehiuan, noted pearl merchant, bus fille'd, wild liabilities estimated at $&6,000. 1 . PRINCESS LOUISE S SALE ENDS. American Art Hlodent Hu Threr Chairs for no CVnla. .,,. ..... epru.1 Cabl, P'Wtch lo Tin i.v Paiiik, Oct. 27. The sale of the properly of Princess Louise of Belgium WHS concluded at tile lllltel PmllOt to- day Willi a total or 17,1 III, An Ainerl- can art student bousht three chairs for SO cent. and His Bride ROOSEVELT DEPLORES D. S. COMMERCIALISM (.'li'iiel Millie Afldre' ,H I'iiilln. Ili-ii.il. mi 'h,iiiictpi iio kks vicoi; rs a m k ii' i ( a 1 I Mll( it- V.,.:.. a .1. c. . Kill Wiinis A-riinisi t lie .ii.mi- in ti inHiH'iH r iiiirn- M'illl Cllltlllt'. o I'vi 1.0. Ittnril. ""ie; v. It. arrlvini: h"i e to. da;, troni lllo ile .laloito. deliv.l'eil the i i,f tils South American I'lllll.s His siihl.,-1 wa "' haraetfi- mi, I Civ llljati.'o. ' and in VelopllllT Ills th-llle he poltltril t, the 1 .-s- sit that is upon th. p.ople nf the West ern Hemisphere to Pres. "V til'1 l.eiitafte of Ihiiop-aii culture without i" i-niltt'iiu its softenlns liitlilein es to displace those ' y tlrt object, therefon, was to, st'iner traits of cliaiaitei that ib.loi tlnd 1 1 1 what the lw wa- and whflli'i in 111. ti anil women who live in w mini, pi nrts b.'n: obrved i tl'l'l' I ' I Ver scon iPS'-'Oe e.l thit In' plo.-e-H I Col llooev.lt s.ilil tllllt the ,11' 11 of tlle,.f ffettlns the .lt superintendent" had. Kli.itest iultlvnti"li ie laflv tit lor lln ab'-adv none i loriK ivav, for whit other t isk of comjii-i Ins a new 'ont'iieni The. n.itivr can iMdii the "Waonllna. v . ph.vsl. al strain upon them foic.s In the c.n.luc: of Mr Mlt. h' I. the , hair-nan of from other rhar.ieHerlh . than those illr it,,.,, ,,f i:timate"s com-nlt'ee on' which exu,s tli'inselves throuu-l' .'itlstic ,s ii .,ini of i,s fellow nieinl"rs of the J liter.ii or philosophical channels. n u,,.,r,i .if i:iimati-' the othe' band this londition inav l u - ICdleil 1 enotlier inin Ii IMOle d iiup roii.-. a loiiiiuion ot overease I Herein i n riani,-er of softeninc "f tlbrc To avoid .both of these dahRets evtrv nid.v ldii.il should PrtnK to the snvlci of his coiiutrv n liluhor.bi of cbaracti r The fundamental element ,n cha'.icter, said Col Koosevelt. Is tin- sift of com, nion sense He would not b. little ,nt,.. I- ct, but It Is mi . vil iuat. i llesol itio.,. conrasc. ,.,ieiT . r. If., out, ol. fcrleM n, s aoic inn one si'Itil type of Intellectual .vigor which sho-vs itself onlv in coinniei- clallsin, In business at hlev i ment . a kind i, , ,, , ; inne, lu..i .ne, mn, is aosoiuiei.v """ ,,,ry '," ,l,," r "'" vl'1" '1 "r itl..n.il h""'''"1"' ,"u,,'r I"'' ""t da .iloH and ii-- l nude, all proi.er mndltions. but .,..,. , . . , "," " V '". m"t-"- " "'" . e to use,, an insieati I mug" at tne successor of Ti" ami .-Minn, in t tiiiimciciiii aciiicv enieiit that have never been equalled, and II. lull to Koine as the breeder of ram of men who In grim strength of character scorned ni"re luxury and who were able thiough fortitude, the power to command mid to obey and a seni of dulv o the c'liiunon-w-chIIIi lo overionie nil ttther iiatlotis Col. Uoosetelt coiiehnrcil with th" as suiaiice Hint f lb, ordinary men mid women of the republic have loiirage. lion esty and common sense the ftituic of the State Is assured If th".v have not tins,, then no hilllliinc.v of Intellect and no idled ill" mateilal prosperltv will avnll to .live It fioin ileHtructlon. T. McKENNA'S HOUSE BURNED. NuffrnKf Ilex i'r to m'I lleveiiKt- on limiiF Secretarj. J i,mmi,in, t ici :7 Th,, mlhi.i it silff t a k .'ic ''tt. "iirsnii Miu.-itl" -tmti-il It, vv tlvltles to-day d biirnlng tlnwu the conn, try home at Uramslu-tt of T. McKenna, brnthei of llcglnald McKenna, the Home Secretary, ns a piotest against the foiv. hie feeding of suffragettes lu Jail. The pullet- picked up a quantity of suf. fr.lge llteratuie sciitteied about the l lllll, -d Ptt'llilses, One of the ptaeatds boie the words, "A piotest against ronlble fcitl dig." The house win unoccupied at the time of the fire, Homo Secretary .McKenna Is th" c.ih diet Minister most directly hated bv the militants. Ho Is blamed fm- all of th? forcible feeding Inflicted on Jailed suffra gettes, and It was he who bronsht about the passage of the noted "cat nnd mouse" bill. REMOVING THE BIG SLIDE. Secretary Harrison Will Ur 'I'aLaa ThroBKh Canal Toda. Spteiat Vuttlr l)tiiutci lo Tin: ,s, PANAMA. Oct. 27. Tin. ilreilui of the Cucuracha slide was begun this I morning. Two suction th edges and did- " n dipper dredges are working. secretary of War Oarrlion and a t.arlv i will arrive hero to-morrow. Col. Ooethals ,vlll take llicm from the beginning of the cannl on Ihn Ailantle side Ih.-nnn-l, ,1,., ' locks at Oatuii. (iiitun Lake and Culebi.i out ai far as Cucurucha, the longest trip ytt uken on the oanal CHARGES MITGHEL EVADED SCHOOL LAW K. ('. .Moorp Snys l-'iihion Hoard I'surped Control Ovpr Kdiifiitioii. CIIAHTKK PKOVTSIOX ChKAR Hps Court Mpcislons. Which He Asserts KisciiT Officers Hhvc Disolipypd. Il lilt MIST t'.UIIIOI.I. I(I(IHK. Mr Mltrhrl this time broke away from the nnin who boasted that he had "aot" him mid on November I'.'. I Ml, Joined Ills fellow meinbi rs of the n-hool Itiquliy In wi'ltten Instriirllons to Prof. Mantis to continue his work as planned. "I was not satisfied, however. Hint fund for the Inanity would be available," writes l'rof II. inns I'ortinintely, for lhl public tinderta' Inn, though unfortunatcK from every other standpoint. Mr. Mltehel was unable to ne in Ills oilier ror some weeks fit i this Juncture because of Illness and C.vrus I iC Miller became teniporaiy chairman of !the committee. Mr Miller khvo specific I lassuranco that the needed funds were forthcoinlnE on Mec-mber 27. 1911, and,1 'from that time forward we pursued our I linUltes umnohsted so far as unneces mm Iti'tructlous from the committee wen concerned until May K. I!'I2, when' , 1'ieslilent Mlti'lv-I lesumeil the chairman- snip, vvrnes rroi. nanus, boiit December I I'll. I received a I letti i from l'rof llanii" telllnc me that he was haul pnssrd by tluv and by lack i of belli and urjd me to assist him by ' uiidert.ikluc a stud.'' of th" Hoard of ilMuratlou and Its work. I It 11)11 I b' leltiemli. -r,l that l'rof. ! Mantis was In charee of "the educational apwis of the liiipiliv.' bv which .Mr. Mltehel ImiI written ti t til undei d.itf: of Vpnl. K'lt. "we nieanl phases ,,( m')io,i .idi!'iiiltnillon otlie, tliin those which, lelit, to business matters, such as pur.' , lia-lnr. HidltlUK. 'el.-ctloii of Mt-h. J I pr- p n ntlon ot the .iiuiiihI budxrt and ! iPi,ll ot the use of funds " I j Hi.- Mtei to nie s,,il. "the work which j I I should like to lisMBII to pm is an In-I vefi'-.-uion into the organization. nnino,i and i.-.o:ils of th. Hoird of i;.lui ntlon. I What I ''it pa-tlculirlv anxious to as- I nl'tl'll i-. V tll, til'' I o!ICeltion of ltl rn . tion- which tlv Hoard ot Kdueatlmi I hi- Is el all' ilethieil . whether that e,in- 'ptlon It lust lied . md whether the or. I sanitation and nietl,od of the bmrd ,,"";,r;1 ,!,,'a''','l!ri,v,l .111 opi.nrtiiiiltv as It s,emed to lis all to 1 ol service to th imlili- schools. I "I'-ed ha. k. "I will do It If I ..nil lo I , f,...r , .,, 11Mt,rrt rt. , ,, ,.;,, ind am not pi suppor' an pre. oncelv 1 d 'plan of ichoil adnilntsiration " . j When I '.,v I r.if llnts, he siirei , j me that h" had foiivht oft the sinister 1 liitlcences which b-id trod to defeat the. liirpiliv, and thai nothiua now prevented olll lllakllic a leal m 1 stlcat ion which lw,nl, It of V line the school svstem In tins be was uiitiken, is s,b.-e,,ient 'V c nts, hav t.n vi h'i 11 llelna II v errhlden. Tne .-'iii.--ptl.in which ev erv Hoird of IMiiratlon b and must hive of its duties Is denned for it In the education law and 1 I' is Justltled hv that la v and by nothing -riifs'- men are l.nwets and thei.'foie i i ki,o,v the law Tnev are public olllclal" and therefo-e tnii-t tlnd if it w hat It Is ! - 1 foie thev act undei it. th" are utiilo.- , oath anil under heav.v bond and therefore villi t nhey It Hut tney have tint Tin have must t'.aciantl.v overridden it. and as there nri-i be in ethcieni cause fm all !tlltU. Jhele tllllsl be .111 t till t ill c ills, fir tieir acts Mav it not be tli.r the tn lliieinis wliich b Mr Mltclnls express admission liiought about Hie school In. qui-v luve been op,ratiug 111 the Hoard of llstiutate fm- stun,, time ill the ,imf direction "Law according t" the greatest nf its detitie: - Is -reason without passim, its opposite, or disregard of the law. Is there fine uineasun with pa'sion ' Something n 111' h Is not law has In irtv lare measure -et aside the ediii t:i'ii law In ; Net" York cltv, ha almost lompletelv taktil awa v Hie l:id-'i llilcnce of the II lard j of IMu.-ation. bitiU'ii down tile nr;:ani;'a- j tinn of the school svstnn a il m a la-K" lieasur" tiarahzed tne s hooN Shat the law Is w lib h has beta played f 1st and loom with neithei mv opinion can prove nor the opinion of the liu-hiiii rotnmlttt t dlsprove It Is written in the t'oiistltiitiou and In the statutes and Is determined by I the courts When It is placed In de.idl.v ; parallel wllh the locntils "f the Hoanl of KstltniP even to,- plainest citizen can I'll , for hlnisilf what has been -oi: on C.diif nf Ion a Slate I'liitctlott. "vt,le ! of the Ceislltllho 1 of '11' S'aie of New York s.tvs. "The l.e.-sl.i- ' ture shill piovide for tin- iiialnteniiice and support of a svs,eiu or It'c cotunioii schools wherein the cMhlt'Mi of til s Stati mav l e ctliic.iti d ' In confoinilt.v w ith this illrevtlt.il of the I'onMltuttnn tin l,i"isatun b general laws, has createn a systftn of public schools The conns t and tin laglslature Itself have i peatedlv hehl that this 'conillion school t-ystein s an Institution of the State ami not "f an. pirtlenlai loi-itlit.v theieln' I Hiuchni on , vt Skinner, 21 Mlsc 72: t and tint the ollicei-s then of are not local oi town ot , cotiniy otllcers, but oftters of such State stcin The members of the Board of Kdin-atloii In New York city ar, appointed It.v the Mayor 'The Legislature,' savs .liidr:e (ia.vnor i III llldenoiir vs Moan! of lalucatioii of the cltv of llrooklvii, 1.' Mlsc ls.i. Mid not thereby make them I cltv oftlcer." ' " , Th" i 'mi 1 1 of Appeals ill the fainoii" case of tliinnlsnii versus the Hoanl of I education of this city of New York tl'i i N Y, t.ll, In Its decision of October :, l!in:t, In hi that It Is an obvious mistake I to asMime that the general conduct anil management of the schools Is a clt tuiictlon in the Mime sense s Is the caie of the stieels, and Hie emplo III' tit of' police All this it'sult.--,' sas ' Hit coint, "from the settled polloj of tin Slate ftoin an earl.v date to dlvoiic the j business of public education from all other municipal Intel csts and business, and to i take charge of It as a peculiar .'ind sep urate function, through agents of it own I st lection, and Immediately subject and te. j sponsible to Its own control." ' Oov. Ilimhes. In Ills message of May 23, l'.iOT, vetoing the equal salary bill, stated the legal status of the Board of lMucatlon of New York city to be as follows: "A pa it i from the power or the Ma or to appoint I and teinovc, as stateil, and th- duty nf . the city to supply the funds required, the I lloanl of ICducallon exercises Its powers. Independently. It Is not subject to con. trol by the city authorities. Again, section liil of the charter sa s ; "There shall be in the city of Now York, as constituted by this act, a Hoard of Kducatlon which shall have the manage ment and control of the public schools ami of the public school system of tin city subject only to the general statutes of Ihn State i elating to public schools and public school Instruction and to the pinvistoii of tilts art," And section lofin of the charter aaya: "The Hoard of Udut-ation Every foot of space ir. the Equitable Building is usable IN the Equitable Building there are no impractical corners, no curvatures of the architectural verte bra;, no purposeless, non-productive nooks. Every foot of space in this greatest of all buildings is usable space, clean, square cut from wall to wall, and light as the day you work in. In other words, when you buy a thousand feet of space in the Equitable Building, that is the gross of your purchase and the net of your purchase. And you do not have to make allowances for waste, because there is no waste to allow for. Lean now being mait from May 1, 1915. The building, how ever, is due to be completed 2 or 3 month ahead of thl date. Equitable Building Temporary Office, 27 Pine Street sii.itl Imve nower to administer .ind shall ! administer all nione.vs appioprlated or available for educntlonnl purposes 111 th" rll of New York " Now the fiscal otllcers of the city are bound, are the) not, to lake uoti of tlieu laws and to act In accordance with them? Net so. They have done nothing of the sort. The charter directs that "tin een eral school fund shall be raised In bulk and for the city at large" t section lOtini. but for some years th' Hoard of Lstlinatt has trlrtl to take uway the Hoard of Kdu cation's tight to administer this fund by iicoininendliiK the manner In which it should be apportioned, and In the budg.is fm IPll nnd l!'12 it took upon Its.lf th itppni thmlng of this fund, conditioning the allowance of tnnne; in extcss of the II mill tax upon tlie acceptant e b the Hoard of Ivduoatlon of the apportionment which It mule. Il was not until after olll lepnrt wa in id" public and the fit) Compt. idler wa- stun. b criticism Into asking th" Loipniatloii Counsel for an ollielal opln ,tn upon tills action ol tin Hoard of lilmat' and the Corporation Counsel ruled th..; I' was Illegal, that thii pru'-Hic was stopped The same ..ci Hon of the Charter t 1'fiin as "It shall be the duty of the Hoanl of I'-tlluatr and Apportionment ami of th' Hoanl of Mdernien to Indicate in th" bud. c-l In raising th" special school fu,.) !,. tespeetivf ainoulits tlitreof which shall lie avail idle for use in tin several borough." This piov l.iii. If comr.llrd with, wt.nld trqillre the creation bv the Hoard of Hst. 1 It, ate of five special S-llool fund, bill III 1312 It compiled wltn the law h- i-r.-atuu- j Hilin liliietv .nln rp'-c'al school funds, and III Ih" hud?et for 1313 It ireilel - -imp ti j Secttrit; n7." of the I'lnrt'l tllreets that "the Hoard nf education shall provide for' th" purchase of all hoot-,, apparatii". st,,. I tinier.v and other ihlng- ii.-ess.rv i,d I 'M'-dlent to .liable th" s. bonis of the ity j 10 ne properlv and ruc,-esfull . . t i 1 1 1 ! 11 spall iau to Ie- fnrnlnrd ill neee. i sal- sunpb, s Hut no fund a, e granted to the boa el to piov id" for tii nautili.: or vein nt biiit'llnj- .rn th" ih'oiv thai Hie lledting of sh,i,, buibli'ig.. pt i". tiiln- t" ih" tit-i-dl'-tl'Vi ot the tViinmls. don of U.tte- 'up,v. it,. .,,, Id, . trl-ltv, Control of Kantls Diverted. S Hon Initi". ,e.-,.,.. t, ,t Hoanl of ndtlcttloii "shall uaV" p,i-vr to If.lse prop, eitv required for tin pu.po... of fumish. dig school it 'coniinodatloiis and lo nr. pal" and eveuto b-as, s tberf for." and S... . Hon io;4 det lares that "tin- Hoanl of Kd ucatlon shall administer all inon'-.vs ap propriated ,,r available for t duciitloiial piliK"..s In the ell of New Y.nk " i Vet Sll 13'H the cnntlot of the fund- foi ih" r. ntil ,,f s,.,,ioi -.reinises has ben dlveited fmtn lie Itoi'd of IMu.s it I..11 ii. th- b partuif n; of itnat., ,. ,,,d the re-' poi,sbllltv for basing pronettlrs f.,r .-lllool nuriH.ses ,(s I i jlveli to the Commissioners of the Slnk'nu I'nnd. ir wliom th" HoK-il of IMui-.itl - leiiilnd II' eomnn.n with all heels nf t, p.r Itii.nts. otllcers. boards and commissions that ap pile Itb'lls for the loni'H II of bases to the, el' should be made to tin Comtulss,.ne-s of th- Sinking I'und C'Jouin.il Itii.J of Kducanon, ' ltilo, n). I Stetloti 1073 of tin CihM"i leads- x 1 1 Plans for new school building addl-! tloiis to school buildings, ,i ,,, f,ir stiue-' tura! changes 'n old bulliliii.-. ',il be passed upon and must be appi-ov ed hv tin ' siipi'rpit. ii'leni of s,. buildings. ' -vim i hall submit such plans to Hie Hoard of IMtn itloii. whose ai Hon theieiin shall b tlnal 1 Hut on .lulv 17, 1311. the Hoard of Ls-i. i mate and Vppoiiionuieiit itportu! a rts,,. lutlon '.hat "all boat Is, depai tinepis, bill cans, connilssloneis or otllcers of the , rlt or county government aiitlioi ued bv 1 It to Incur obligations and v'in. con.; tracts payable out o corisii-atc stock be and tiny ne hereb.v directed to submit i to thin b,n-i f,,, approval jilans. sp, i Irl- ' eatbnis .md estimates ,,f e,it p, ,,, to ad- i v ert ,slng for .nils " ' Hesldes tbe ,li S" 111 s.Me-.i! mill- niiimcipal hoards fo appinvtl bv th";ii after the "ll-ul ipproval" i tin Iloaid of lMucatlon i Thus, little liv little mo lej.il r.gdt of 1'ie Hoanl of Cdiieat'on in ailinlultcr a'l school funds and all s, ho.il propi i ty lias been taken away fiom It. Thin Is Hie warrant tor the w.iiiilinr fem piato'c "Laws" which appetis on the fmnt page, of 'ii book -How New York I'liv Ad-ni i Isters Its Scitoil-' . "That Stan . i li . h Ibe law Is siibjct u-d l'i no aiithniitv, I ner-elve to h, on lite hu i,c to ni I am il.ul to note tna' Hi.- ev erpts fro'ii nie report ir tne nusnin,. , mm -,, .. tain i sign t, i t ii Ii t' 'i t , li a .. , ' Kst'niatc fIJt- im ,st ,sum!ilinn of power OV e 1 Ie s 'mo ilep I l, "I ' 1 ' i Huinir. patho-, inako thi-s stem i)lcl-t'ashituul aarileii. PARTNERS By Margaret Deland Author ot 'The Iron Woman" Illustrated by Charlc Dana Gibson Once again in this per feet ;tor has Mrs. He land port. ami the romance which lies s0 often unsn.-pected in the humblesurroiindinRs. mother and daughter had kept the village post-office for twent ear.-. A complaint to Washington re-nlted in the appointment of a new postmaster. The ounger woman begged him to keep the change a' secret, fearing, the effect on her mother--health. The man was willing and the change. . after all, was n it disastrous but for the best. HARPER & BROTHERS Coward Shoe Introducing the Coward Tru-Fit Shoe KOlt MEN A new I'owarp riy for fall and winter wrar. l.a-t ha-mr-diuin -lope toe, full, ea-y trend. and is narrowodtlirouch ilie heel and wai.t. ."incle.'l mlile, or eork ?ole; Kiti and l alf. Fabric or lent her lined. SOI.I) NOWHtRR HLSB JANES S. COWARD 264-274 Greenwich St.. N. Y. (near wvssts fti.ir.r' Mall Orders Hilled I fend lor CaUlogu (Men.. ,,r sii i a t, irv it-.- .ft Hoard of t..li. iron is ba I' In- otis,se t nl III" r Jli of I it siirtlt'i nl -11 its fund" undei t br nl pn-.vi rs of mm- agell" -it IP, I ' enrol loltfeind II.' t Su -h emr.; if e strut ivoiibl iitpi . , ' and .1 111 -nit Vi language to t ! (e ! ttl o'-i. I I" si 1 ,i t," th olll II 1 ' is rt p,e ted tn hav , -aid Hilt llow i-i the ll'tet ab-er. , of so clear and alii-iiiatlv e language tn .VI .Mltehel. who was Hie chairman of "n e sponsible committt'. and III- .ilb i.nr clear Ibi'in.-. lvc- oi tin chargi of "n. formality, tllegalltv and uncoiisiltution alii" In the dlschirge of their i th' Have tin y not been unfaithful ,t'.nib i tills most serious of all th" onei rils of r .-it) '' It will not do for them to ny "V ovr-.-.b the law for I h, s ike of elll, I, i Ltll'-'eii'-v cannot be pu-.-h i-'-d a t P i'. t tin-i P. .ones i.iin ,i w.i-il in vvhos n.nii - 1 1 m. - .an as isily be com mitted is :ti anv otbe nam' CHARLES DALM0RES RETUKKING. Ilpein Mimcr iiioou Thosi' on the Kslsee lllielm tier l.rosst-, ifiem I nlitf fit .ii'ttt I It. Tin iv I'vnis. 'Ut 27 Among those s.iilim: '.v Hie Ninth 'iitn.n l.lovd liner Kai-i i Wilhelm '" i C.ross,. fi inn Cherboim; I i .ievv mk on W.dinsdav are Cbatb I i.i'iiiiiircs, tin opera singei Mi end M s ' H ill" U iKon I. .1 S. II.- '! I Mis VV Heli: in BUFFALO GIRL MAKES HIT. tirnr ! full In lltienos res III "Itlunlrtln." .( .. ' t It -i,' . I 'i'l, s I,, .is ct i i ii ;7 M.t- vi, . i , i:i,si of Hurt il- tin voting Vni'ih.u s ligei w in I l.l lint 'vlto it te sli n s n Lllloi' . inc he debut it the Sa i urlo Tlnittf Niples, n I'm;, anp' n 'I ,i th, i nl en htr. last light 'li "I'li I t' i 'ml ti i , iv d a tn-ioi lib u i at onlt to idoaK frayatit as an SI. 00 Net