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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMRF;R 9, 1913.
44- 3 AMERICAN WARSHIPS ""m5"m i I 'rosceiitlnn llefine to ( nil 1'rlnee! i nnium im t i nr Tin . t.. . I KtiteiiherK n Witness. Special Cable lietpalch to Turn Sun. Brrmn. Nov. s.wticn the trtnl of, Heir tttelnthal, the newspaper publisher I accused i.f having tllielled Count von i SlHlUPIIlV ''Uelscn.lliicscler. director of the royal I incaircs, was begun here tn-dny tin- prose rutlon declined to call I'rlncc Phillip ill1 Hlulcnbcrg, chief of the notoilnus "Hound Table," us ii wlttns. The prosecution I leiuscu iiimi tin" trquest of the defence that I'm Clewing, one of the persons mentioned In the at tide n ti which tho llt.ol ,1'I'IKS ARK S 1(5 UTS KK I NO lJ" """' ue " ins - Tin' charge Is that llerr Ktelhthnl nc- , cued i.ount von lluclscn-llacsclfr of show- Welcoming I'Mcci, Cnllcil to Spozzin, I'liable to .Met'! Visitors. llll!ISMI(lor rilSTf 0 K.ntt4,taill!'l'?,,,f''x',r'll"m11 I'l engHglng actors ami neticsvs for the theatres undet hi ill- Officers in 11011141 Til is Week. Sperial fable liepalrh in Tnr. Sr Niim.ks, Nov. , 'I'lii- Chlttd States bat- tiiihip" Arkansas utul Hot Ida. which nt- lection and that condition which weie Mosed In the famous trial of .Maximilian . Harden, the accuser of the number of. the llound Tahlc" gathering, were still txlstcnt In the royal theatres. The case, was adjourned until November 14. I I'llnco Phillip ru Knit libel g. who cot. uiiscii ill me course or Mix Irliil for wr. Jurj. has been living In retirement at his castle In Mel.enl.ei-K. The tllal him never wo ii. rc ni-iiay, cTcnangcii sntuics wiui i necn retimed, on the ground that the I ttilr.i t Ciltnllen's llngs'.tlp, the I'lliuct la, j health of the acciiitl mm did nut permit vHWh 1 the only Italian win whip In port, i1'1" appearance In court. nr. .ungnus lllrschrcld, a noted exiwrt on dtgfticr.ic.v, will he a witness at the SUInthal trial. STEAMSHIP CAPITAL RAISED. Mniiilinrit.tiiirrlcan I. Ine Henorts a Ver Miicccsufnl Vear. Speilal Cable lienpaleh to Tnr Sis. II.VMIit'liil. Nov y At a inciting of the , " the Kiuiidion under the Diilte of the MruzI. which wiih nent here to welcome I" American licet, was suddenly onleied i . Spezzln piepaiatoiy to f:l 1 1 1 11K for Yrpol! I.lciitciiant-i'onuunnilcr Dinec White, I ' itfit States Naval Attache at Home, nd I'nllid Statin Consul llendlcy went . Imaid the Atkansns to Kreet Hear Ad , '.it Inflow. The tiuke d'Aost.t, who at Tin in. Kent an aid to cxpicss Ills re-ishnieholders of the llamhurg-Amrrlc (ret nt iiciiib uiiaoie io welcome me .miht- , nieiinmnip lonipnny hete to-day the pro . ,i is pcisonnll.i and that he hoped to ! pnsiil to Increase the capital of the com . Me to come to Naples hefoie the Meet pany h $7..".0ii,Oiio. IiiIiikIiik It up to I nc. l."..aiu,uini, mis adopted l.v acctamalloii. Main of the oill. -t have alt. a.l l Kun Heir Schlnliel, the chali man, dipre s.shtso uiu ispiclnlly at Compcll. Ad- (nttd Illinois to the i ITcct that liulues al fattollca his Imltcd Hear Adiiilnil had liien had, k.iIiik that on the contrary .lulow and Ills statT to dinner ahoanl 1 It was excellent In the past ear, the com 'i. Italian llaKchlp. A dinner will ! pany ha Iiik as a matter of fact been i;iin for Hie onicers ny .iuiiassaoor i-ace ,t tome ii. xt w.ek. The Italian author! i me cliliiK the Amcileans every facll t to .njov their l-.1t The shl.s will he hue unt'l N'oMiiiber 3a. Tin WymnliiK, winch Is at .Malta. Is expected h-ie Aeln.sd.i next for a weik's stay. The l omiei'ilrut and the Kansas aie at (Senna. fter Hie formal salutes atel exctiani.-. foicul to charter forelKii vessels for 124 oyaKe. lie said there was no Riound for the fear that the dividends would be diminished and d. nled that criticisms of the linperntor were Justltted, siolmt that the I.Ik vessel was an llliinialUt.il success. Herr Hallln. chairman of the lioard of dliectors. said there wax no difference of Ol.llll.in tietutifi llriitilnip.- ,.' ..tll. liil slts the crews of the Arkansas steamship Interests about the participation ,,-ta trie rnirioa ki sum.- ...k. ... ,ir tne llainburK-Atnerlcan Line In the hiistlliiB P. s.e eieithltiK the can a" North Atlantic steamship pool, the tu'Ko ,,.i as possible, as they expect to tlntlons reKardlnit which, he said, are (.!led back shortly on account of tin lit- . pigreslnK very faxorably. ll. it. .Ml 111 Mexico. ' l.ittit. nant-l'onima.nlcr lilte cae out :i statement to-.la that the xlslt of the I 1I..1 to Italian waters has no foil! leal sIk- ' nee and was .b slmied nieiely to test ! ,.rrnrh w , w ,.. t'i. sh.P nn om distance ciulses and (live . " t olli' . rs and men an opportunity to j net "the .lnimiirr l.akr." ;ieno Cnble littmti-h to Thi Sin. WARNS U. S. AS TO PACIFIC. Italy after n loin? lilod of haul I'Alits. Nov. The rtmr publishes I an article on the American navy to-day slKliid by M. Housseau. who Is looked on as the t'apt. Malian of France. I The writer says the United States has "jbien fortunate In many naval innoa i tlous, haxlni; solved the problem of dan j kit of explosions on shipboard with which 1-ranee Is nlwayu menaced. He llv elated io.'.la by the les.ll't J"s "toosevelfs Administration was the . a . ... . in i loiiih -ow-shlre ,','!', for thc ll!,v'- which was neKleeteil BIG GEM SWINDLE IN PARIS. ilk. LIBERALS NOT SO POPULAR. Inlniil.( r.latril (her llrsnlt eolilali It j .--election. Sl ''''' tifpxllh In Till" fiv l...iiv 'm. s. Aiitl-houie rulers . '. . - . i .... l.. 1 ...1l.l,.r.Wdlllr.. or me iie-eicciio.. . . ......... .....i.. Tnfi. .n,l M-.M-m u'n..n'. la oelatV'finhr House seems to ta, mark.nc time .leot,.l out Jam -s Kldd, fnlonlst. by the The article close with these words: narrow inaivln of .Vj votes. In Ifla , "Th. Japanese r.ke namely the l'n the Liberals had a majority of U.aTu In ' cltlc. has apparently been foritntten In the same . onstltueney. j Home rule tor Ireland was almost the !( Issue III the b e-election and because of the Lib. rals' poor showim; flsterltes and I liloiilsts are usserutiK wi.u ine ...iiutrv I ilisMitlstled with Parliament's ' I'oimiilsKlon Aaent Accused of llo. ''''Tt-cn.V'candl.late for the KeadlnJ Mh ,1...4H,0 Worth. .ii.ision In the .lection of a number of i sptnal utile lent-h In Tnr. Sin I'atllament nice.-sltnted by th- api.olnt- Paiiis. Nm . Habrlil Kourka, a mnt as Lord Chief Justice of Sir P.ufil ' .lealer 111 pn clous Minn and lommis luacs. who represented the con-tltueiio . on acent. was arr.sted to-day on a waa defeated by bis Unionist upponent , eharKe of swIndlliiK Jewellers who con t .-.lay by a majority of 1.131. I n,i,u neiiis to him for sale out of nore The usiili was Wilson I Unionist) than JI.'.d.ihiii. " ! 14 . Cooch (Llbiral) l.ai 3 ; Mutter ( So-' The charKe Is bas.d on complaints .list) I.H63. I made by seveial Hue Lafayette dealers. Theie was Intense excitement throuith, jj, lUsot alli-K' S he lost pearls valu. d nut the pollliiK. Sit Uufus Isaacs won the ., 4n,.iii.i; M. Par.'uroll. president of th . .st eli. tlon by a majority of only !:. Italian Chamber of Commerce, diaries I that he was swinuieo in ine exieiu oi Sj;,. inn. M. Herman, ISI.imii; M liosin. thai, $411,0.10. and Samuels, Yacliiiowiuh i Knlltck. J.10.000. Kourka, who Is a Jew, was looked upon as a model commission agent. LIBERALS'S PLANS FOR TOWNS. TALK IN NORWEGIAN ALLOWED. llrttNh t.i eriiinriit in lnd Mums nn. I l'nnnllnr Arena. ft ei ml Volile tlrtrllri In Tun Si v 1'M.oN. Nov. I 'llllllcellor of the llx . 'quet Lloyd iWoiK.'. Ill th'' third i.f his i -ech. In Ills onsIailKht on lan.llonllsm. (;rrinan tint ernmenl tJlves Amanil- .aklnir at .ll.l.lelboiu this evenliiK out-1 ... I the Hoi, innicnt's policy as affectlnn "rn rmlsolnn to I.rctnre. 'ins V I Special fable Ite'pntch to Tut Sis. Mi Lloyd (leorKe sal. I It was proposed Hkiii.in. Nov, x. The Minister of the organize a lomplete national survey nt Inlet lor ha Klven pertnlssmn to lain ' ''.iiiiK a. coinniiHlatlon. Iticlu.lliiK an in il.n of all slum and unsanitary areas . ! distib ts lackltiK cheap nnd (pjlek ,inli facilllles. The liovernment In- i-l s to empower the nuiiili Ipalltles to no .i.'i" land at its real market nlue and '-. to t.foim the basehold syetem anu 1 n an end to unjust rutlim assessments. BAVARIAN KING TAKES OATH. laiilnlu III. Knrnra He'll llo All Ha I nn tn tilvnii.T Country. M'-Si. it. Nov, s. In the piesence of ti -on Princes tins Havarlan Minister and ilfiMitatioiis from the two houses of the l .irmn Parliament, LudwlK III., the ti n Kins of llavaila, buccessor to the d K'liiK Otto, took the oath to-duy lu t 'hr..iie ronm of the palace. . swear to tule aecotdinK to the Con r 'i.i in and the Imperial laws, so help o . finil and HI holy Scriptures," de . irnj the new KIiib, as he read the brief nulla provided by the Havarlan Con- union. A salute of 101 (tuns boomed . r the city as the ceremony was con . hided. Prior to takliiK'.the oath LudnlK III. ii .ide a brief speech In w hich he pledged I oiifelf to cooperate with the Bavarian IM 11 it in. m n advancing th Interests of I oiintr ROOSEVELT SEES CHILDREN. Itc.lein Thoiisnilds of Arsrntlne toaiiKslrra In Hiienos Are. Sperwl Cable Detpntrh to Tin: Si X. IP von AtliKS. Nov. S. Col. lloosevelt 1 ,fd the public schools here to-day and i.M.'wed thousands of children, who satiB t rentlne national hymn and Amerl . onts. A deputation of the school ...Idl. li asked the Colonel to convey Kreet-b- fiom them to the children of the 1 .led State. The Miis.hi Social ArKcntluo Kae a din ibis eienlriK for the visitor. Amundsen, the discoverer of the south pole, to speak In Norwesrlan In Ills lecture at HensburK, In SchleswlB-Holsteln, on November in. The authorities of Sohlcswiit-Holsteln feared that. owlnsT to the similarity Ik tween Danish and NorweKlan, antl-Oer-man feelltiK would be aroused amonK those In Amundsen's audience who still look back with recret at the Incorporation of the duchy of SchleswlB, formerly part of Denmark, In the Herman Umpire in 16J. RUMOR ALFONSO OPERATED ON, Kins MnrTerlnit From Inflammation of thr Ksr, It I Maid. Spectit fable Hetpnlch to Tnr St X. MAnr.il), Nov. H, Despite the prompt denial by the liovernment of the rumor that King Alfonso was seriously III the rumor persists that Dr. Moure recently operated on the young monarch for In flammation of the left ear and that a. though this operation is usually success ful the King has had no relief and a mure dangerous operation Is necessary. KILLS HUSBAND'S SERVANT. In Vriirtlnn Countess Shonta Man Mel f-l)r fence, She Sa. . Sperial Cable Hetpateh to Tnr. Sin, Ham .Hkmo, Nov. M. The Countess Maria Tiepolo, a prominent resident of Venice, wife of dipt. ObkIoiiI, shot and killed her husband's orderly In her residence here to-day. She ran to the street holding In Iter hand a smoking revolver and told th neighbors she had killed the man, a pri vate In the IlerBapllerl Corps, In defence of her honor. MAY PUT HIS MOTHER IN JAIL. ' olltr CHURCH IN ROME ROBBED. and thr llfTfrlnsa Stolen MiiinImi I'onlril, 'iirn-il Cable lienalrh to Tnr. Sun. i .... v.... i. t..t...;ia.. f.ifK.. offer. . : we're' Minieu'earlv this morning from I12.5O0 against the railroad company, Sun fieta Court Order Becanar II YVnan't l'n Id N,(IOO, A son may send Ills mother to Jail un less she pays him $8,00 Immedlntely nnder a decision of .Supreme Court Justice Heahury yesterday. The mother Is Mrs. Cora A. Collin, who was appointed general guaidlan of her son Kverett, who whs seriously Injured In the Park avenuo tun nel wreck In' l!0:' and got a verdict of QUALITY -AND ECONOMY are attributes of every instrument displayed at Aeolian Hall, from the impressive Steinway Grand Pianola to the remarkably low-priced Stroud. Quality especially for quality is the dominating feature of Aeolian instrumentsS. Substantial recognition of this superior quality is found in the distinguished clientele of The Aeolian Company. But the recognized supremacy of Aeolian instruments does not imply high prices. No other house in the music industries can build so economically as The Aeolian Company. Nine great factories in America three in Europe create important economic advantages not possessed by any other manufacturer of musical instruments. Quality distinctive quality coupled with economy, is value- and value is the very foundation of Aeolian success. 4 The Pianola "The World's Greatest Musical Instrument" THE development of the Pianola to its present remarkable perfection is the most epochal achievement in the modern world of music. It can be compared only with the development of the piano itself. The piano is the most satisfactory solo instru ment -the most adaptable instrument and so it was the universal musical instrument of the home, until the cominp; of the Pianola. The Pianola has won the supremacy from the piano, for it is the piano and infinitely more. The piano brought to the home only the medium of musical expression the Pianola supplies the. medium, and the technique as well every require ment for musical expression. The Pianola is absolutely distinctive from every other instrument of its type as far above so-called player-pianos in musical capacity as the true artist, is above the amateur musician. Pla.uc7--pianos, so-called, are not Pianolas. There is but one Pianola. It is made only by The Aeolian Company, and is obtainable in the fol Hoiving models only Steinzvay, Steele, IVhcelock, Stuy vesant, Stroud and famous Weber Pianolas. Prices from $550 upwards. Convenient monthly payments. The STEINWAY PIANOLA Price, $2350 This bi'iiutiful instrument is a delight to every lover of music. A pianoforte that satisfies the critical tastes of the most talent ed artists and that, is yet a Pianola. An instrument that you can play with a skill and musical effectiveness equalled only by thc performance of an expert concert pianist. The STROUD PIANOLA Price, $550 An instrument that brings the musical advantages aiforded by the Pianola within the finan cial reach of every home. The Stroud is as efficient in every de tail as the finest (i rand Pianola. It is a pianoforte of u quality heretofore found only in instru ments of much greater cost. And since it is si Pianola, its musica I roources a re a 1 1 he com mand of every member of the family. The btautiful Victor Salon at Aeolian Hall is the most complete and perfectly appointed Victor Store in the world. Prompt, courteous and intelligent service. Victor -Victrolas from $15 up. Payments as low as $2 monthly. Come in tomorrow and hear the latest records. The Aeolian Company AEOLIAN HALL 29-31 W.42d St. Bet. 5th & 6th Av. MANY AMERICANS ONTHEMAURETANIA Mr. nail Mrs. McCotnlis. mi Honcviiionn. Hi'iIp From I ii 11 it (ia.c HAIIY DKSLYS HAS A II KX BERMUDA TO HAVE A HANGING. i I'lral In Tlilrtj-tlirrr tnr. on thi-, lalnnd. It la nlit. Sperial fable Oeipah h In Tin: Six. i Hamilton, ltiiininl.i, Nov. t llnlirrt ; ArniitroiiR, .1 tiPKn. s sintriu nl to- 1 .lay to ! haiiKed for tin- innriliT of Chts- j trrlli'lrt Paul, al-o n nccro, 011 (irtnlnr I. Thin w.ih tho flret nitti'iic.' oasH(Ml lu tin- 1 Island In tlility-thrrp years. j Tin- rlMn'i, who wan iWrmli il liy T M Dill, J. It. Conycm and C. llall.tl. re U'lved tile vrrdlct with loiniiomirr. Tliuu Hanrin of iriotiH throned th stnet lending to thc court houfp to await the verdlrl Tlitr.- was no ilrmonxlratlon, KRUPP TRIAL ENDS AND BRANDT GETS 4 MONTHS Kut COLUMBIA TO RUN REAL MINE. He Has Alrontly tlif Term Kceius Fined $300. Minimi Will lia-t I'rni'llrnl Trnln inv on Did Iron l'roi.Tt. PractliMl mlnlnc In a mine ownnd h tlx' university will I.f part of th- rmul.ir SerVt'lI i 1 ",,r'' "1P M'honl of milieu at Cnlnmlii.i at $ I m i var The tni'verMt jilaiiM to t.iK i 'i .14' t i i-iiriiiK The worUlm;-! .!! . teilo and the utitverslly hi, p. nni'-Mon i.. rtopen and "Mend th" si,,!!! and ni.ilie Impinve nienlh ll ma .iKo . M.ililHh a ..imp lr students' i n rlineiit.il purposes, s.sji.'.tll !t llnle She Iliipos tn (Jot Fresh Kjrtrs From Her IVt In Mltlocoan. i 'I h of Santa Maria." whleli wa ilH mer the ImthH of Dlot-letlall. Th Oiov also was looted, i. thlews overlooldMl several master s IneludliiK works liy IJomenlehlno ' I lellio. MR. M0RGENTHAU IN LONDON." At thc time the mnnty wu paid by the rallioHcl eomnany young Cotlln wn only i 11 yar8 old nnd thr money was turned over to Ills mother. The liy got married nmt long 'afterward, nlthuugh u cripple. After he rnmu of age he demanded 18,600, hut found that his father had iuffered reveries and that the money wan gone. Cotlln got Judgment against hli mother In the Hupreme Court iwid she wa di rected to account to him for thc money due. This she failed to do. The ion then naked to have her punished for rontempt fpenal fable Itetpatch to Tnr Sr London, Nov. .". Mr. and Mis. William V. MeCoinle', who left to-day for Ller pnol to eaten the Mauietanl.i after their wedding yesterday, could not he seen he fore the lioat train left Kuston, hut their trunks were plneed In the ImfrK.iire ear and It was said they weie aboard the train and did not wani to lie Interviewed, Former Commissioner of Immigration Williams, who Is returning to Amerle.t af ter the mairlHtte of his sister to Jen 'roxler, snlil he had not changed his be lief that restriction of Immigration Into the 1'nltid States Is a prime necessity, Somerset Maugham, the playwright, said ho was going to the fnlted States for a holiday and to supervise tin- pro duction of his new- play, "The Land of Promise." Daniel (Sucgenhelm Is going Imck to New York with his wife and daughter after their annual trip on the Continent "We hnve cut off our aigrettes.' said Mis. Guggenheim, "so we hope to get through the customs without any delay. Gaby Oeslys, who Is accompanied "' her dancing partner. Harry .. ........ a.i.ln coat, nearl necklace nnd a hlnek velvet plumed hat, wns lict by the snapshot i.iigaoe. mi.ii" hen with her and expects to hnve fresh eggs In mldocean. Hlie opens at i hlcago November 17 In "The l.lttic rarisienov 1th a new dnnce. After that she goea to Ban Francisco and then returns to New v-u Hhe said she has forgiven thc 1 lllshop of Kensington nnd other eecleslu tlcs who disapprove of her dancing. .v.. ....... wfi hi' the Mauretan a are F.mlle Fuchs, the pnlnter and sculptor ( "inn . llviinlilH and tiruni incnaroe, ...ir. , Oeorge It. Hives. GIRLS RESCUED BY ROOSEVELTS next year. The announct mctit was niadr esterday The mine Is at Itoxbury Station, I'onn , on the farm of (' w Hodge and for merly was worked for Iron. Mr. Hodge gaxe t'oliimliln mi Indi termlnnte Icise V SlltNOTOS, Nov mot (Mini In-d.iN b reall entlni.lt. ! the cotton gl'in. i ft oin lilll licit. A i-p. i ui re-. the Census Mil- iiumbei of lnl of the growth of ins to .SoMinli"!' 1 at round as h.ilf bales was ','.' ;:'.' b ties v . i i s, i-ouutlt'g l.ast .Ne il the tot ll roitttnurd from t'lv.it I'uar. .'uiliiiamiliir tn Tnrl-- Will Hinp In UuropfHii I'miiIIhI. ttperial fable Dttpaleh to Tnn Sl'S. LoviiiiK Nov. s Henry Morgenthnu, the new American Ambassador to Tur- . rour, Justice Heahury was compelled l.y. arrived In I-on.Hm this afternoon. . ,,,. He leaves for Conatautlnople on Novem- to grant the motion. A reasonable time will l allowed MM. Kederol Officer Accused. Kanhab Citt. Mo., Nov. K, Chnrgea alleging unfairness on the part of tho .... , u. .,.... tlu,i,i.tni,iiit ,,f .fitatlfri 111 l IJIllieii ninv.n .-r ---" ... 'a case against the Florida Fruit Lands Company, penning netuio me reuerai tlraml .lury, were made In the Fcd 'eral Klstrlct Court here to-day by Her bert H. Il.idley, nx-tlovernor of Missouri, place. They called Col Itoosevelt n "dear" and declared that they never could pay the debt of gratitude they owe 1 Mrs. Itoosevelt and Mrs. Ilradley In sav ing them fiom that Itlo place, t'onKrMtulMllons by Wlrrle. When they were several hundred miles at sea they received a dozen messages of congratulations from the Valid) ck, on her way tn lluenos Ayres. Capt. C.tdogan anil the officers of the ship sent this: "Everybody delighted. Heat wlshts." The message sent by Mrs. Itoosevelt, the Colonel and other cabin passengers who had befriended the young women wu : "Everybody awfully pleased and happy. All send gooil wishes." Miss tiladys and her friend have let ters fiom the Colonel and Mrs. Koos.i velt to friends of the Hoosevells In thlH city. Miss tiladys said after she landed lu Brooklyn yesterday that she would never appear lu vaudeville again. Kho may try to make n living by acting for moving pictures. Hhe will stop with her aunt in Manhattan until he lluds out exnetly what she will do. It Is not un likely that some of her letters to Mrs Roosevelt's friends mny help her to win a living, possibly na a parlor entertainer. Kile S4s she had thc impression when ah signed the contract that she and Iter friend were going to appear under the management of uu American theatrical man In lllo. They were much surprised tn learn the character, or tho lack of character, of the place lu which they were expected to play. They first heard of It from u fellow pMengur by the Vandyck. William Mackenzie of thla city, who hiia charge of a light nnd power company In Hlu and knows the city. Miss tiladys praises the dancing or tho Colonel, particularly In thc Virginia reel, which she and Miss Shore danced with hint. Sperial faMe tietpilrh in Tnr Sr Hkhi.in, Nov M txlnilllan llr.indt, foimerly chief Herlln .igent foi the Kitipp .ornament works, and into Kcclu", one of the directors of the firm, were found guilty lo-d,ty of having bribed Herman urdn-uiw oillcii" to obtain Information of value to thc company to secure ordnance contracts fmm the liovernment, llr.indt was sentenced to four month Imprisonment, which was rig.nded as hav ing been set ed, a h" has In en In prison since the trial began, and Kcclus was fined 3U0. Counsel for the deli lice spoke for three houis In the summing up. He contended lhat the "cm ntoller," or sniet army ie pulls, which lliandt olitaluid ucic In no wise detrimental to the armv, and tin rivals of the Krupps inuld not by any possibility be a ffect i d by them. He said I the Krupps have only Iw en lepl.'lng to attacks directed against tin- tlrm since l'.nij, The lawier admltti d that thedluc-' tins had obtained Intonuatlon in a intind about way and exuesed rcgict for any thing done In this n-spect which might have been culpable lie denied. Iiiweier, that any of the directors conKeuted to cori tiptlon and said that Hcctu had scarcely nn thing to do with the manage ment of th" ltellln otllce. Kcclus told how hi had left the tier- man I'orelgn (illlce to take a poiltlon with the Krupps. He said he was always mil uiatiil with the pilnelple of tin- word' en-1 giaved on the KlUPP inoliuinrut ! "Let jour nlm be the common weal." The whole foreign business of the firm, lie said, had one object to keep the shops Ihh I so at to be teady when the F.itliel land called upon them, anil this had been his guiding motive throughout In passing sentence the court said that the Krupps enjoyed nt one time it special position regarding artillery armament contracts, but that It lost It owing tn the high pi Ices charged for munitions. This was the reason why It emplojed lliandt, who carried on his bribery meth ods almost continuously, The maintenance of secrecy in com munications from Hie firm to llr.indt was not necessary, said tire court. In the in t K?ent of the national defence as far lis the Krupps were concerned. The Judge went on to say that Kcclus must have known that lira ml I was paying army of ficers with Krupp money. This wits a serious rellectlon on the (iermiui nrmy administration, but them was no stain on Herman officialdom lu general. Kcclus, lie added, could not have ade fltintely upervlsed lira mil's actions nnd hence he was guilty only of complicity, There were many extenuating clrcum stances In the case of Kcclus, but not In UuU or Brunei. L. P. Hollander & Co. Announce An Early Sale of French Lingerie $5.00 Chemises. Gowns, Drawers, Brassieres, Were $10 and $12 Were $10 to $15 Were $8.75 Were $8 to $12 $5.00 $4.00 5.00 $ 10.00 i Slips of crepe dc chine, chiffon and net Were up to $45.00 FIFTH AVE. at 46th St. Furniture. Decorations. Rugs Tho Horner Showrooms offer ninny attractive sugRcstions for Furnishing and harmonloti? decoration. The display now on view will appeal to you. Oriental Rugs Our Rur Department is unusually lntercstinp with its many examples of artistic and service able Orientals. RiTHornerS. ry 20.g't4'26W15ST 36wllT. KrfiT. FIFTH .vrr.. I wn) rcpreavnui iito umiu tuniiw,