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VILLA IS CLOSING IN ON CARRANZA ARMY FIN Pliicf Conceit (rut intr fll, (Kill Troop I'or ( 'ntciiil l.atlle ut T-impico. 'iKN'IKS Hi; WILL KLKE W'iin--''"' Mi'rl' ".i.OlnVInl tlr r.'.nl win '' to-day icports th.il j'rfiilriii Wilson contemplate.! reciR r.'iltu: '" Villa as the brail of n IrRal jMHrmfii. In Mexico. The policy of watchful wjllit:,?" Ik to lip continued ind finitely, or i.t Irast until a Kovvrn pitnt has bci-n set up In Mcxl.-o In ue-conl.in.e- with the constitution of the lountry. Advices lecelved fruni .Mexico to-day lniin.it.' 'hit an t'tiKUKi'iuont between Villa at'.d Cariuuil of considerable im portance t annul be lonK delayed. Villa forie-s are reported approaches the Cur ritiia territory from three directions. T."tlr forces are t n tne way to Pro- prf. . In the State of Yucatan, and' the)' are moving toward Vein Ciu mid Tsmplco, in tne niaic 01 vera ejruz.. That the r'lrst Chief Ik desperately ronefrned over the advance of the Villi) at Ik indicated In a despatch rwelvi'd at the Mate Uepartment, In hu'li Carrania hiundcd an "maliciously fule" the statements that he wan pre- i lumK "o take l-'retich leave of Vera; t'rut, and denying further that the j Ten ttorarles," an he described the) Vil'tti, had Invaded the State of i Vera t'rui. I KullowInK tlf receipt .( these advices tie State Department announced that j Villa forces had occupied Tuxpain for J teirly a week Tuxpni Is midway j te'wem Veri Crtli and Tumplco and1 6 the second Imtiortant oil port on tfcc ciM coatt of Mexico. Tnntiilco Crnclul Point. farranza apparently plans to force th" lfje with his enemies at Tamplcj. This i 1. s'iiibii ill despatches received here nn- un Inp tlut (ten. Ubrcgoti on lite lifpjrtme from Mexico city staited for Tanipico lnsteail of lieadlnj for Vera Cruz, as i.is expeced. C.inanza troops lire ni.ifslnt; at Taniplco. (Sen. (Jon ule.s the locil enmmander, h.m 1V.O00 , men with him, accorlng to reports, ami i it nlll be foon J Ined by Oen. ubregon's ' l my of 22.000 troops. In this connection the Cnrranza agency t tr.r.-janced that It had been mlcsed that th Vdla Hoops had evacuated San l.uls , lutoil becausi1 of the approach of (Jen. Hi;: null part of ubregon's army. i The usual teports were leceivod to-d.5 1 foncerning looting by Mexican troop, . The Hep r'mrnt was UuormeJ that ad- Mcef had een received at Kag e Pass, I Tex . that many ranches In the vicinity at San Call s, Coahulla, have Won looted e ther by C.inanzistas under Her- . rtra or Vllllstaa under Merandez. Per ors ar iving at Kifile Pa.' rej i t that , lac ktock have been kllltd or can led I off An explanation of Gen. Villa s "lorceu K.'j .it Monteioy lafct week was received I f ,.uatVene-s vetrday. Fnlted States VaJ, ISSSrK .:iarSftrhi"A.tUr,,ey Marshal. Wan to believe that Vil.a. according t h's stor, sought to Oliver's coyness was caused by a fear c beet the momy for the poor of Mon- j tlat tne Mann white Blave law might terey. lie did not Include AiuetljaiiH , ,llvo)P() to makc the const (iienccs of :;.!dU.!;e;n,:f,tU;o,,MoVly9lbyPc!h,s confession unpleasant. This im-ricir, ltcd Cross. The General c- cause of a trip Oliver says he made to 'J.Y lvn only moderate assessments . Plalnlleld. N. J.. with Miss Tanzer. w here weie made and only on a very lew j foreigners. Wires to Mexico t'ltj .. .. . ...... .v.. i A re,, .rt eommumcj to MlMCO tionivcratii.....".". on has ju. t " , Lcr. ' city after tor y ll0U" , - I 'P..U .,. .....venii.n ilovc.nuicnt Is advised th t '.i:lroad and telegraph communica tion fio.i tae no.tb has been teoponed far south as Ta.ub.i, a suburb of Mexico city It Is xpected through communication to the capltul will be testoied .n a Ceu days. ., The lijltlfh Ambassador to-da U. rcted the attention or the Secretary of State to an In-ldent that occurred at I'-iiBicso ten days ago at the time that tie p it w:ib blockaded by older or Carraiua. The Hritlsh schooner America a at an hor in the hartnir when a as suddenly Iwardcd by a gng ot Mel.''lis. The Hritlsh crew- was ordered ashore rri the Mexicans ran the schooner ' ira tne .Mexicans -- - .round the harbor vylth tho r itlsh i !1. dlspla)ed. The Incident will not cause kny se-.ious trouble, but doubt ers trsuh In a .lalm for damages that w 111 bt adjusted later GB.V. RABACO DEAD. rainoiia f--l-Vlrriil l.emlrr Win Prisoner In Chlhunlio-x. El Paso. March 22. -'.en. Ant' tlio Ka- b.go. one of the most famous of ..I.'e.u,;.l e.iv.-ilrv- lcadeis, died the In Ch hiiahua prison on Saturday night. It veils learned here to-day. lien Habago was imprisoned by villa Aeral months ago charged with being !mn..i..,l I. the death of tl'V t Jon- tales. The hardships of prison life ii n- d-rm!ned Ins health. WOMAN 'SLAVE' FOUND IN FLAT. Jinn She ecnsin l Arre-strd by thr Police-. .Id ne llozetto, 27. a waiter, W r esteil last night as, a white slaver at 1' West Id 2d street by Detectives Homell f I Stanton of Inspector Dwer's stutT. Kr,m. es I, r Whirr, 23, a nurse, was idso 1 ked up on a minor charge. The eintei ves were attracted to the apart rnent by a masseur advertisement. Wlen the olllcers showed their badges t'-e w.man fell on her knees and cried: "Oli thank Go.l. you aro a policeman. V- i have saved my life." M Wragg's face and body bore evi--ft that she had been abused. She f. i sue had been frequently beaten by II ze'to , . Miss Wrass told the detectives she hs tne daughter of Dr. Matthew W. W'15-g, a fanner Hronklyii physician tow living tn Kngland. She said her "tiier died nineteen years ago and she t s..,,i io Ilnglanr.. She became a i ne.t nursM and married mw Henry '.iwinie. hv whom she luul two sons, I. ii lad her marriage annulled when the tl v i, .ii mails four vears ago that l..vv-ei e-s tlrsl wUe. who be tliollghl e , ,1 a Hhlpwreck. was still alive Mis, Wiagg said she left here 11 drer m itr-r i nner iiiiu wrui i hnihla Mho came to iv'evv Votk last. September and went to iMiard in vvesi '1 rt -fourth stteet, where Kozetto lived uikIii the name of Hasso. I Visa Wragg said she cuusnl the ar- I rr -i ot tlie landlord for assaulting her. As she was leaving the court room liner llllxlr ,u.lt,r. lin eli.rir. ItllZettO aCCOSlC v.. ... ... i... .... o sW.iled " " . . . . , tiop nldtfrtim. hHi HUM, lie toM ht-r that l. .... ... ...i.l. 1.1... i... with Iilm ho ii sue unjn l go in a iiai no ...... nuM kill her. Hti Inutally beat Imr, h' said, and nobody lnlerfe,rcd. I'earlng he would kill her, she nc rnmpanied hlin to a place in Centra T'.trk West, where they remained until t - were put out Then he compelled her to go to the West IHJd street ad bess and publish the masseur advi r b eineiil, she Maid. He threatened to k II her If she left the place, she said, i"l repeatedl) beat her because she didn't make enough money. Htie fre-I'l'-nily screamed, hoping lo attract the P lice but no ono tuld any attention to h'r cries. New Woman Case Knew lloli'ii Kaiser Says She Jlml Knees Contempt ClistTfre Fji One of Them XO UKSKMULAXCK TO JAMKS . SIIK ASSERTS Development!! In the cult of line Tanzer atr.-ilnst .lames W. Osborne. former District Attorney, for $r,0,Ut)0 for alleged breach of promise, and In the correlated charge iiKiilnsl Miss Tanzer of Uslmrt'ho iiihIIh to defraud, popped up all over the Federal llull.lltu; and County Court Mouse )cslerilay, One Federal . C r-itlt Court, the Federal trand Jury, one branch of the Supreme Court, th'Mr' u'nc"J- County Clerk's ofllce and several tneni Ihis of I'nlted States Attornc.v Matshalfs staff were busy during the day with various phases of either the criminal or civil suit. When all these audits of Justice ceased their activities last night the events which stood out were these: Oliver Osborne of mysterious origin, who says that ho Is the Dslwrne wbo came Into Miss Tan zer's l.fe last fall, had not apjieared, Miss Helen Kaiser of T.SI Mutt avenue, Tr.e llronx, told the I'nlted States Attorney that she knows an Oliver Osborne. A comparison ot letters rifelvcd by her from h.m shows that the handwriting of the usborn" she knew was the sam as that of the uller Osborne who Injected blmself Into the case last Friday and has kept under cover ever since. Maxwell Sladc of Slade & Sl.ide. iiltorneVH for Miss Tanzer, refued to tell the Federal ilr.ilul .Jury about a letter which Miss Kaiser s.i' she gave him last Friday ami was baled before Judge Cushtnan in the Circuit Court In contempt iroceedlngs. After an argument the matter was adjourned until to-da. The letter was written by Oliver Osborne. Miss Kaler and W. J. Kitchen, proprietor of the Kensington Hotel In I'lalntleld. N. J.. where a man and a woman registered last fall as . "O. Osborne and Mrs. Osborne," In spected James W, Osborne and as ferted positively that he Is not the man known to them as Oliver Osborne. James W. Osboj-ne's motion for a bill of particulars In the civil suit brought against him by Ml" Tamer was adjourned until Wednesday for argument. James W. Osborne Hied an aptdl cation to have the c'vll suit lut upon the preferred calendar k Uut the trial can be held soon. OlUcr Still r.luslve. Oliver Dshorne lidded to his reputation they registered as man and wife it th Kensington Hotel on October is last.. "If Oliver Is afraid of this," said Mr. Marshall last night In his talk with newspaper men, call to your attention .. .,,...lHlon ,.lven by Judge Pollock Ftdrral Circuit Court J The facts In the case w Judge of Kansas, The facts In the case were precisely tne same as here, and the deicnu.ini was ready to plead guilty to the charge "Judge Pollock asked If the defendant had tiled to sell the woman he trans- t ported fiom State to State, and when ' he learned that such was not the case h.. refused to entertain the idea of guilty and ordered a trial. After the facts had been shown to be as chargtd and that there was no commerilal tic ment Involved Judge Pollock ordered the Jury to aciult. This was done." ! Mr Marshall wants Oliver to come' forward voluntarily and expects that he will do so soon. Facts learned by Itoger S Wood and Samuel HersheTiuteln. Mr. Marshall's ' assistants, tend to prove that there b a I . , ,, 111H usl,,i the name or Oltvei A' n HI, ,.,, M handwriting Is th. v ' . .Hsplayed bv Oliver Os san e hi. P J( w I JXVrn" his state ment of his i .nation. has used the name oi oiivir tne , borne his statement oi ms iei.-i-.,.oi with Hue Tanzer Miss Helen Kaltr's statement Is re garded as most Important. She got In touch with Assistant I'nlted State- At torney llershenstein on Saturday and told iilm that she knew Oliver Osborne and had letters from him. Sn l.nwr Kepi l.rttrr. Last Friday after reading Intlienevvs rupers of Kae Tamer's civil suit against lames W. osliorue and of the letters 'received by the lawyer addressed to "Dear Oliver" Miss Kaiser, a young woman with flaming hair, went to the otllce of n-"'1'. attorneys for the millinery forewoman. She told them, she says, that she knew Oliver osborne and showed a letter writ ten to her and signed "Oliver Osborne " She savs that both David and Maxwell l'i.,.1. interviewed her oil this occasion ti...t she handed this letter to Max-i well She savs he took possession of It She got In touch with Mr. Ilsrs - hen - stein on Saturday and told him of this Incident. She added that the Slades bad shown her a picture of James W. Osborne and that she had told them v... was not Oliver ostsirne. ner iu'wiii' - Hon of nllver iisnorne win wun . description obtained from other sources - notably from James W. tisburne. Hu bert !. I.itnb, his law partner, and l-.d-inund Wllcot. a lawjer associated with Mr. iislxirne. Mr llershenstein sent Miss Kaiser nvir to Mr. Slade's otllce on -tunl'-y to demalid back tho letter she bad left there, Mr. Waile, she reported, refused to return It Hut Miss Kaiser had another letter from i diver Osborne. ind this has been turned over to the I'tuieii Statevi At tot ne Sine!- I" rinlipermicil . ,.fwt was made yesterday lo get . the .-laiie it. ..c.v - . s.o.n.ena I , the inor ,1 r, a (. a- Jur P ;n vv, s P J t!,hf, ,1,,n,rllo,Jn I1H tho , ... . . . representative, of the firm. it. was taken before the Crand Jury, ,..(.r he refused .to be sworn and re- the fused to answer questions anoni iiiu l.le AsSlStlltll I'lllieil .-Hiiies 1 . . i . . ... io" ' i . r 1. l.l- Wood then halcil mm i.t-itne uunsr , ",,,,. read the minutes of Mlade's win CiiNiliuall. wnero me ti. '' I'll SI.I.OS.". testlllioliy Mr wood tlrst asked that Mr. Hlnde ' , ..... sa d Mr. Made, . 'iiei-oe i." '"" . llt t desire to be Informed as to what this proc llliK I" anoui - . . Tills is tlie nroceedlng of tho I linen Slates against line Tanzer, charged wit violation of '"'ll"i -i' '" 'V'":' hal'gfil with d i t tt',,1.,1 States Crlnilll.ll tone, emu .... "I desire to say that bcltifT a member of the Itrm that lepresenls the defend. i it I cannot disclose anything us olio her counsel." said Mr. Slade. niiiten vou been HUbpienaed to pro Miss duco ii letter dellveied to )ou Helen Kaiser last week? by w-aH de- "I havn not: niiti mn'rois llvercd to me by my boy I wns In in Osborne 4 Dear Oliver Letters From Him Sltule j for l!efusini- to (live in His llnnds. court all day luliis until a few mlnutej utro." "Your brother was nubpu'n.ied to pro- I dtlco a lettet V" j "I don't know anything ab.ut that ; I I iiii i in tne ottice. - "Mr Sl.ide, w. jou produce that letter?' "I decline to answer." "I nli that he ! tikcn before the court for Oiiitt-nipt iirncet'dlncs." said runes Sl.ulc argued Ovv m ruse, .iimii'-ii ,iir unit r.ir. lie i (.aid! I Ills He "I am a member of the tlilil of Slide. & Slade. David Slade Is In charge of a case bn.ught by Miss lljo Tanzer against James W. Osborne for breach of promise. The complaint In that suit has been served and Is on lecord In the Supreme Court. "I,ate Friday out client was arrested by the i'nlted stntts (Joveriirncnt on the complaint of J.unes W. Oshorne on the charge . f fraudulent use of the .malls. Saturday morning we demanded I that the e,te be heard, but we couldn't i have the hearing held, and It was ad journed until Wednesday "I take i he position that If nn In formation came to me as l.iwver for i this girl the I'nlted States (tovernment j has no i Ight to Mihp'cna her counsel to .Inclose matters which came to me In.tue rapacity of her e unset, Informa- jtloii which would I.e of the greatest and i utmost assistance in establishing the In- ! licence of tills girl mi this, charge. 1 . i-mii i iw suiijDeii.ieo aim oraggi'ii no" , ..,,. i,.i f..r .n.i..t. ..i.,. i i,..w learned as her counsel. I am onlv doing i my dut.' Mr. Wiv Iiolnted out that liie letter was wr:tten by a third person 1 Miss Helen Kaiser, and that conndcntl.it re- latlons do tpit exist between SLnle and either Miss Kaiser or the third pcron. j Slade argued that an Information bear ing on the case, coming from any source, should bo tegarded by a lawyer a-s coii tldentlal. .IllllKe1 Sees Ttto Siller. "There are tw sides to Ux.t." sa.d I Judge Cuhni.in. "If in any crim.nal I prosecution there was anything the Gov I eminent wanted and the defending law Iyer wanted tu supiress it all be would I have to do would be to get osessioii r i. .....I f i u It 1 .ln'l tl.luL enn 'l ,k .11111 SM'll -- ... f " are warranted In refusing to obey the siibisrlu." Slade then a ked for an adjournment so that be could get advice frmi iniinsel. "I don't want to humiliate j ou In putting oil In Jail," said the Judge, "s.i I w 11 adjourn this until to-morrow. 1 suggest that urn hue a writ f habeas corpus on hand then, so If 1 decldo against you you can argue It out fut then" Miss Kaiser received a Scn man last night In the apartment at .".31 Mott avenue whciv she lives with her mother. She said tile te.ison she came forward with her knowledge of Oliver Osborne was that she thought an Injustice was being dono to James . Osborne and she was willing to do what sh could to vindicate h.m. ) let mother was present during the Interview, so when Miss Kaiser was asked bow she ha 1 met Oliver Osborne she refused to answer Won't Tell of Meetinu. 'I won't say how 1 m-1 him." she snld. "but II was late last fall, ltweeti Thanksgiving Daj and Christmas. I didn't know htm verv well. I never ' took mu-h Interest in him. but when 1 read n the newspapers about the suit against James W. Osborne 1 became ! i-onvinceel that Miss Tanzer had picked I the wrong man, and so 1 went down to Mr. Slade's ottice to make sure "Oliver osborn- looks nothing like James W Oslsitne. whose picture I saw last week, and whom I s iw In person to-da.v. ! "I never heard of Miss Tinzei until I this suit got Into th- newspapers Oliver ' Oslsirne told me the same story he told her. that Ids father was a wealthy Call- fornlan and he was Just vis ting New I York "He and I didn't became veiy good ' friends The two letters lie sent me were. I not mailed to me: they wire sent by I messenger. I forget Just what Is In I them, except that lie addresses tne In most endearing terms. Mrs. Kaiser began to pay more atten tion to Hie Interview ut this po.nt, Imt the daughter continued . t "They were Just like the usual lot letteis. full of stuff that doesn't mean anything The onlv wav they ilgure In this case Is that they show Oliver Os borne's handwriting." nv .1, V. Isn'i Oliver. During tlie moining Miss Kaiser went lo James W Osborne's otllce and after inspecting the lawyer said that he Is not th Oliver Osborne who had written letters to her. W. .1. Kitchen, proprietor of the Ken sington Hotel of liatnrleld, arrived at Mr. Marshall's ottice during the after noon, wringing wun nun tne n.'tei regis. ter. "O. fin October 1. there is the 'V,r" lultsr-nt. iin.l Mrs. I Ishr.rtie M M ss 1 -n, Osborne and Mrs. Osborne." .Miss . Tanzer complains in her suit of a tilp n,n ,,f (own with James W Osborne, and I j, 1;iH t,een alleged that the entry In the i register on this date would ptove It. i James w osnorne was nioiignt to me I'e.leral Hulldlng to ts nfront Kitchen. The hotel proprietor said that Mr Osborne did not resemble at all th man who made the entry In Ills register. James W. copied the register Inscrip tion; hl handwriting does not re semble It. Then a comparison was made he'ween the entry and the statement written out by Oliver osborne and given to Jam W osborne on l-'rldaj Mr. Marshall I says that the writing s much the same. i "Miss Kaiser s ncscripnon ami Kitchen's desctlptlon of the man whom they knew us Oliver Osborne tally exactly with the den ipuon given us of tlie Oliver Osborne who appeared last Friday," said Mr. Marshall. "The handwriting Is the same, and we have established ahsnlutcl.v that there Is such a person as Oliver Osborne." The application lllcil ) esterilay In the County I'lerk's olllce by Lamb, Oshotne & liarvan, attorney for James W. Osborne In Miss Talirer's suit for the i j ,,ii,uiin, stales inai oecaiise oi ine nOIOr.fl.V illlSins "in ..i u.e run i . . ....... .1... .1 I i.i imporiani unit u.e i.i"- be sell led soon as i.o.-sii... l-'or this leason It Is case be put on the reoiiesteil Ibat the ,,, iireferied calendar If M:i.c K Sl.nle want lo postpone the trial of the suit they will have li make ihelr motions when the case Is reached on the pie. fernd calendar, which will pioliably be .. I.l.l,. ..... ....... 1. u within two weeks Mr. Osborne's motion for u bill of par- llculais In Miss Tanzer s suit cnm up In I'.tit 1 before Justice Newburger. IMniund Wilcox appeared for Mr. Osborne and Solomon S, Siigaunan rep resented Miss 'Panzer's utlntoeys Mr. Sugarnian said lie did not Intend to . p. pose the application, but Ibat it would be necessary for him lo Mle itlllduvlls. He said he had not had time tn get these ready In n sponse m his request Justice New-burner put the.heailng over until to-mortow. THE SUN. TUESDAY. LAWYER TO SEE HIS I CHILD ON SCHEDULE Justice Xcv1iurrcr dives New Venllel of Solomon in Kniser Case. AM EXCHAXOK CIlAKdKS Justice's Schedule for Father This Is the sclndiile arranged yes terday by Supremo Couit Justice Newburger of calls which may If made b Hm.inuel M. Kaiser, a law yer, on his six-year-old daughter P.teanor. now In the custody of her mother. Mrs. IMIth o. Kaiser: Tuesdujs and Thursd.i.x ?. !' M. Satlird.iss. 2-il P M. Sund.'O". ."!." P. M. Mtetn.ite holidays, all da. Mrs. Kaiser mut not take her child outlde of New York City except In July and August of each irnr, and then to a pl.iiy not more than two hours dlsunt. The fact that Mrs. Kdlth O. Kaiser, wife of KmaniKt M. Kaiser, a lawyer, and daughter of Dr. Isaac Oppcnlielmer of 150 Kast Sixty-seventh- sttect, tried to kill herself once by asphyxiation and on another oicaslon decided to drown herself biK-ame know jesterdiy when Supreme Court Justice Newburger handed diwn a derision on a writ of habeas corpus sued out by Kaiser to Bei possession of their six-year-old daughter Fleanor Francis Kaiser Mis. Kaiser su.il for a sepiration last .1,v, ,, ,u, cround f crudlv. but , , In ordtir to avoid notoriety the couple entered Into a separation agret mmt nut of court anil the Milt w undrawn. It was agreed that Mrs. Kaiser wh to have the custody of the daughter and that the father should see the child a; tttquent Intervals, llut Mrs. Kaiser later took her daughter to Philadelphia and only In ought her to New York every fortnight for the week end. On the ground that he ciuldn t he expected to commute to Philadelphia when he wanted to bec his daughter Kalsed sued out the habeas eolpus writ In deciding yesterday that Mrs. Kaiser Is entitled to the custody of her daughter Justice Newburger ariang'd a calendar of dates on which Kaiser mav see his daughter. Testimony in the caso taken In the otllce of Max D. Steiier, counsel for Kals. r. br. tight out that Kaiser made disparaging statements In regard b bis wife and her fondness for other men to various persons. It also disclosed that although the couple wire publicly married at a fashionable wedding at Delinonlco-s In 1P03 as a result ot the wish of Mrs. Kaiser, they were rea'ly mart led s. cr. tly nearly two years, f.te. They have always lived at home of Mrs. Kaiser's father. ) the I noeliester llnctor llroiiKlit In. In his testimony Kaiser admitted that he told various persons that his wife was "man crazy" and that after she met Dr. Uo-etithal In llochester when on a visit thele she got the idea of divorcing Kaiser He said also that his wifo was interested III a Mr MrC'ulough w bom she met at a Connecticut lake in l'.'O".' and invited him to visit hei it her f.ith- r's home McCullough came and was sttlckcn with app nd.cltis and taken to 11 husnlt.it. Mrs Kaiser was wmi m Ctillough most of the time. Kaiser said He added "1 mad.- violent love to her hut she told me she thought more of McCullough's lltlc tlngci . than of my w hole body " Mrs. Kaiser testllb-.l that she tiled to make love to her husband for s..nie eats before she divided to leave him. but b went to lodges four nights a week and she could only go out with him on Sat urday nights. "Finally 1 gut Unit of being neglected." Mrs. Kaiser said. She l stilled that her Husband called N r father a -gambler" and said In was woman crazy," to which she n plied, I would have more pride than to stay in a man's bouse and accept his bounty and ta'k like that " Kaiser userted her inothtr was a "liar," she said. -Mrs. Kaisn testified tltat when sh was In the country several years ago she told her husband that other women got letters trom their liuslunds everv day and that she was as attractive as the She said In' I .-piled, "You are no woman. You are a contemptible hound." She testltled that her husband called her a "hound" fre.uontl and also said sb was a "mut. She s.nu lie never niougnt her a tlowir or piece of candy in ten yea rs. Illdn'l Put Vrins About Her. "My hush ind cand for me once." she went on, "but later he never came to lye, and put his arms around me voluntarily. I wondered what there was about in.- to repel him He always told me I was 'man ciaz.v' and that I seined to have a t tie ment bouse heart." In tegard to an occaplon when she decided lo drown herself after a iuarre! will, her husbind Mrs Kaser said. "In tin summer of !i:t we weie it Mllford, Pa., when ni husband wa ol v a'usclng fiom appendicitis Pie. I vIoiihIv I bad faith that my husband was .v. ...... .. ..... . not In .nested 111 other women, but at I that time I found that lie was infatuated i with uiie. 1 made up my mind to end It all and left my room at T. In the moinlng In my bathing suit My his.iiid fol I lowed' tne In Ills btthrohe and 1 re I turned. , I "In Ihe fall of H".1 we mi. i ri tiled at m father's house and I mid. up my mind that life wis not worth living I wen: to ni y room, closed the windows and opened the gas Jets. The net thing I knew- my father was pounding my lace, t must have Inst conscious, tiess." Itecctved Uu llnrr.t Mle. l if mint her occasion which resulted tn j . uirrel between Mrs. Kaiser and her j ,Usband she said I telephoned Iilm at Ills 1 1 1 f that a ' woman pitleut of my father's wanted to get a divorce .-mil that my father had lecnmmendeil him, and I advised Iilm i tn see the vvoniaii at her apartment- lie ' came In the next morning al J A M , and when I asked where h" hid been lie said that the woman had kept him out. He lo'.d ine she received him in Uu Harry style, manicured his nails, played tlie phonograph, nd when lie h del wouldn't serve them any more ill inks they sent a bellboy outside for some. 1 mid him I didn't think his conduct had lieen very professional." "What did lie I lie :i li by 'I ccelv lug hint III I III Hairy ele'" asknl counsel. "He said hit Uu- w.imir was In her bed all the time he was there and that . whenever she put a it-cord on the phono, glapli she hid to get out of bed to do It," tepllfd Mrs Kaiser. ,ii ,lr Plliils, "Vitvitl liitiirs," Wahhinuton. Mil rill '-"-' The use of the term "air pilot" im applied to olllcers of the Aeionaiitlcal Corps has been abandoned by the Navy Pepartment In order to comply with a tecent phi.ise Ineornoriited III the naval act olllcets of the Aeronautical Corps will be known I 'naval aviators," MARCH 23, IN SIS TSSHEWAS'A NGEV j FOR 'PRINCESS' PA RLA GH Y Newnrk Woiiinii t'lnims ."iO-.ill Aureeiueut in ftetlintr Sitters for Artist. W.tHiilNtwN, Mari'li 22. -The "Prlti- jciss" l,woT P,irlagli, the illingarlali portrait painter whose tltnmelal afl'slri I have been aired In the newsp.ipeis of i New York, appeared III the ltmnllr,ht In Washington to-daj. when copies of a typewritten statement in Mf J. M Mltrh"ll of Ninvaik. N. J.. weie circu lated among new simper otlleis .u this city. i Mis. Mitchell rcpti senled thai she 'iad bei n tliiiniclng the prliiciss" was In f.n t her good angel and that the "I'linceps bad entered Into nil llnileistalidlng with her that f was to get Mi tier cent o' tin' lliotle) tna' the "Pmii s I'. id ii ccKcd for p.iiiiiing tiortralts of dlslln gushed mum a. ul u nun n In W.ishlngtor This was hotH tlemid in t' e "I'm cess" to-night, but t: was iicknow b-ilgi d that the pihic.." mil Mi- Mucin i j had had certain business it latum In r- gard to tin- pnltvlng of portraits of I prominent people, but the "P- inces" J hail parted company with Mis. .Mitchell 3 esterilay It was said on behalf of the "Ptln css" that Mrs. Mitchell left tin e.Tenlng to even things up wNi the painter in going to the newspapers. . In the airing of the trouble between Mrs. Mitchell and the "Prhves" the nunc ot Mis. Helen D. I.ongtre.; widow 'f (!m. Iingstret. ,- men ttoiid. Mis. Mltclolt sa.d ' was through Mrs l.nngstnet t.i.it she b been making hei effotts t secure "pro tacts" for the "I'llie i " ' .i W I'Vhg on .an 1 hotter ttf Profit, Mrs Mil. -hell said tl.a when e hi .nil of thi tinaii i.il dilll. ul: s of tin "Princess" In New Vnrk si' .III rlv.d the Idea that it inlghi lv a piotlt.i'ili t rangenienl tor her i, k.i tn tmn h w 1 the Princess ,md uodii'iki to w vrk U opportunities fur portiutt puntpg "I wrote ;o the Princess l. 'M hliu the subject to hei and advising hei Hi.f tlrahclally It would be well worth he while." sUd Mrs Mltcnell. "I rerelved a prompt reply from her secretary in forming me that the Princess would be delighted to t ike the matter up with me. ' Mrs .Mitchell contends that she then entered In o a verbal understanding with the "I'rlncesr" In rega-d t th. wnrk tn Washington and began t.t tin. Hire the arf.iii. Mis Mit. Il.-ll adds that It was she who Intetested Mrs. l.ons(rett In the mattei because nf her (Mts. l.i.lig streets snclal connections and wide range of acipi itntiiiii .-s among tin "de sirables of Washington " Mrs. Mitchell savs that she came on i to Washington and ibat the "Princess- followed from her suite ut the St. It. gls in New York. Trouble arrived soon afterward. "The er ttrst woman Introduced to her as a sitter," says Mrs. Mitchell, ":he Princess scornfully turned ...wn, .declaring that she lo kd like a washer wonnn and apparently would not be aide to pay the price." Mel Mrs, lie Will I'll I m nee. Mrs Mitchell says thai the pev , n-gagemeti- ma le was with Mrs D. Wit' Talmag.i of Washington. She added that she (Mrs. Mltciell) was on haid when the Princess" and Mrs. Talmags met. In older to pioteet her rights, when an agreement of payment was de cided upon While th.- "Piltness" was out of the roiuii Mrs Mlt. heli a. knowl edge! that sh, "approached the prospec tive slttei .is (o p.lMlletlt ' "This.' Mrs M't. he .idded, "was n,y privilege as I was half p inner tn the business -i ,u arranged (he inter vew The IT1 icts' e-iteiel th. room. STERLING DROPS TO LOWEST IN HISTORY (!(M' in 1 .7ft 1 -2 mi II i'ii vy fli- of Wiip Siiiilii thc Allies. I'iii'- 1 Sterlirg evhan't dee! tied to a new low 'eve! vt stent t selliliE down to 4 Ts'.. f..- demand and t T '( for cal.l.-". When I T!t was rcclieil several vc, e' . ago foieign et.!iangc epe"ts eetirercd their nenmilfs in vain for a slnillar'v I w tlgtire When It diMppe! nM! lower jeterdiv :- idmltled wlthoir epl.tlltl-i-.tion t!i i" sterling had never been lower III tlie loslori of Lnglaud'e elaborate system of i. -ten, at ona.1 llnanrc. l--alics a .-'O dei'Ilne.l to a pew ee. on th" pres. rt movement, sellln t down lo .'. 3:1 tor cheeks and .'. tj'i tor cble Is.xchang'' " Paris is s at loser than this, hnwfve.. the record being limited to the preset! movement The .pop to sterling w s practiiMilv a ctnt In the pound since the . lose ot the market on Saiurda.v. nn Hut dav- de mand I'lo-eil at T'"s. with cabhs- i' t lii-'s I'-aiii-s were then ouotcil .it .". Ht'i for clucks ..tid .'.nn'... fo. c.bles. Th. sensatl nil break, accord- lug to broken, win ciused b.v vv eifferlngs oi eon 'nerchl bU'e. The rate at wh ch 'he Allies are iv.w i.iging .1.1 sorts of goods trom t'.i ".lUiilrv. el.tllv foo.lstiill's. murlilons of iva-, C-p. - hos. pltal 'supplies, e.-i , Is ild !" b" Incieis. Ing, and 't the sie ai d n im'.e- of the commerciil bibs tiered are an- r'.t-rlon ,l,eie .een-.s ll'll" ehinci of l le;ur Tlie evn.ior.llnaev low rat. s lesiil'ed In heivv i oi i 1 g n me ill s 'n O'taw.t . I gold lot .11 ng te'.'ii'.i""1 f a- shipment to Xnvv ,ille, the he.ivlisl il.iv's Imsltless III Ine present movement Those engaging the gold w.re tho Mechanics in.l Mel ils National Hank, f S.oiin.miu : 1 Icldelbach. b kelhelmei Co. l .nmi.mil. ind Ladeiihorg. Thalmtnn K Co. r.i.0,."ii With the ''.f.iiO.il'in Just re.eve! L.iz.ird Krertfs fiom iill.ivva Huso en gagements brought the total for tlie .In up to Jil, iilm. "no. The gold iigagcl vestt-rilav will on Its arrival In New Vnrk b'big the total Imports on 'he lire.ent movement situ e J. miai) I up to appiovlm itel) jaa.3iut.Miin i am. unit Canada lias nnlr Lilted 1 1 '.i, ."uu. nun. The e was tt ived a' ie Suli-Tieasuiy )sienli) finin ottiwi .', j. i, nun in "jold coin With exports go'ng on at theli nr.'scnt rate foreign exchange evpetts see little chance of a cessation .r gold iniporl Irom Canada unless I'.nglaiul sees tit to sell si-entitle In llil'i c.iiiiil'y o lest ili llsh a tlcimiidiiU ciedil hele I'or 1 I leason Ibe trip of ,1 I' Morgan to 1. ... ..Ion at I his I ine is helm' w it Ik with tile gieatest inetes Mi Moig" on leaving tor Ihnope - 11 he w r goon; abroad piepunil for wh.iteve ne.,'niia lion or oppo'-tunlties might arise Marks wire pi,i.-tc-il'v uu hanged at SV'i, for checks inn! for cables Italian lit ' wite eon- lileralilv II-nice selling at .1 7-', as lomp.ited with 7H on Situiday Th" rise n lire was nt Irlhtlled to 'he lie llson nf ll. Medl. terraneiin wlililn the Mil... iilnckinlc ' onlcr and the consequent shutting "If of ail avenue of considerable suppll.s through Italv for ilo.inati). Vusi nn kronen wetc hivvir at I Ti 10. as .iim- l I with IS. Tin The npilulatlnn of ihe lialhliin fortress of I'uetnysl was as I generally believed to have I slble for thin deOlliic. neen res-pon- r ' - Vilma Lwoff-ParlaRliy. how v . at .i w . called in dui n daring that she i en- i. d at wl. .1 -h ng the s tiers. she lie. would do tio ftuther bus ness w th me " Mrs M.tchell says that Secretary of State H vet. wis one of t e men they wanted to g t to sit because of the prestige whim would result trom paint I :: his is.r'rait. Mrs Mitchell Insisted that the art st st nt frenUr) llrvun a botliUe' of Powers on Ills bltthda.' with a note . ftenng to patnt his portrait free of i" urge. Mr Weid.iu. attorney for the artist, dented to-night f at Mrs. Mitchell ever had fl: anee-d the "Pr'neess" or that his client i.er hid etitetcd Into any eon tracts with her lie acknowledge! th it Mrs. Mitchell had trltd to get the "Princess" tn sign n tlfty-tlftv cm. tract, but . n his advice she had refused to cmnn rcl.ibz,. her art. The "Princess." ee said, had con sented t e.ime to Washington when M-s Mitchell had lepreset.ted that a prominent ottlri it deslrid to have bl poriai' i.u.ited. Mr Welelon denied thai there had 'been any understanding as to the lommlsslnns on this w.rk. the artist nic.el) havlti- assund .Mr.-. Mitchell In response tn her solicitations tnat she would make her n liberal al low .tree for her trouble and expenses The t ,o ee-,t at'. ves of th. 'Pilniess" eoiit. n lxl tl.it Mrs T ilniag. h id nme call, ai. d tl.-.l . w hn.g U r.n i .l.ael ll.i-l l..-en s- ' M - M t I . II v In sn.-i) c , . ciM i it I. fol, .I 1 ant nioi' P SEIZED SHIP SAVES CAPSIZED CAPTORS l 't t on ship , li.'ifk Tit 1 1' ! I'i'ii N'liv.ilitic I'riu: uf lit'si'iiiii ("few.. The ii-ie t'lvd. I, ner Nav.ihie. omc ,i i!..ii..ni ti. niil .inl nn. ot the oldest iron s ps I . rottiuiiiisioii. got In I tst r.'ght ft ni llremin. whtre she .hl'vered .i . i !--' of tottoti shli'titd at Norl.dk Shi htotiglit back a yatn -f war ex-peilen.-e. Cipt Coim.lon '! "Wr .irriv.d ii lii-eiti.-ii on F.brnarv A mil t iv stuiird was tun ab.-ird and no one ii... n!oe! ashore wrhoiil a spe cial tml'.iarv ias W'iu asli.'io wo were topiiiiuully shadowed by (ieiinaii Stent se vi.-e u. I ts We siw Zep pelin a re .tp in w-ittare and al' a naval lm.li between iwo Hrtish vessels .mil , ii. num. an I 1 t. 1 )on we would . .in.. i have hem v any oth.r t-itt tll vv lid 'hail whole we weie. almost I In Hie ilnect line of tlie i ivvlnu to the Cict to.it we wem into Ilrenop onlnown m tin ItrHist. ihei coo bided lo hold us up on ti c v... -i.ee This took It'a.e oil tli" Isla n. ol M Kli'la- I" I'1 "d 1 -now -1 on l-'.ia ii !) We -.vie 'titer.. b the i olivet i. .1 to si r l'al 'l.i. n rUf ew .a, eleven men wis p! fi,t boartl "In iSiisfeiriiiB t'ie p Ije , r. w ... il u, is. t . .11 hands lost their at ins. 'iit nt in in id in ar. n br 1 anothe. Lad h' law broken l-i. nr. I 1' . w ,th mil. h iilt!"ti!i insfct- of lha pna ' i Was ordered to . ' Ul. vivsel mil lollnw in infused to d.. T ill. n lo an. hor ite i t lo wire w.lli the Ho Uter Ihe Capt Cong. I ihe n ti-s. ..: c I .lot -. V. h t' I ie! I I th. I .lit. . a of illllll .In W . I. I London The N i v i 1 - . Stottiawa). whittle.- -I- el tiny he was -I. Wh.le the s m I In' i vv.i- I" ng '! oroilghli ov..'11'll. .1 kr-Mjl i i.,' i ' 4 I . -otil ,i . ' i in t . Maife VI I'l ' i ' I ... I I .-'I 'on I ,1, . ... Pf h's ' ",.,.' ,. lb. gS-f tin I . . V .. -r ' VV i e' SjVKJ out .1 ' e ., MEft Icor tree tirovteti sniJ lull inrormaiion I tt Vii'iT-tf- f9 cell on or adctte.s II raa.S5ii2 l"- C.C.WM'on, fi.A.. m'.nm.dmT II afHfiV Jmszjr rtioaeUrcrlcy SJbU. Newoik II mmtttlSJF J WANDERER FOUND AT THE COHN HOME .Miilterinu' Mrntmi-r Taken In-1 to ( Msloil li I'lilii'cintiii 1 on Wnteli There. ii v in-: si,avin(! ci-n-.s i-aiij i of ir iililtn use shoMlv after ii" mrfl'i ti -dav wandere I to the street di ii leailma to the hallway a' 11.12 I Tii . l avenue, whete IIVt- ear-old l."0 th'it 1 1 -i , . Colin was found mutilated aial tl in-, lat I'tlila.v tilglit. Pollcem in iit Scliuenfehl. wl'.o hid been tie t a. I i.v Cap'. John Sexton ttf the Fiit T ei t; seeotiil street station to w.itrh t r i..n,-e, siw that tile ni in was acting I. would xer Into the hillwav vvlu-ie, . Vm ,i bad N ell militlered. mutter to a inself, wall, up the avtniie a way' and tnci i"turn to the doorvva) as If' It weie a magnet dragging hint there I The pollcen an, who kept close to th" n. .in. taught onlj a part of the mutter- h.gs In which tli'i man spoke of not hav-In.- slept for several day. ' Pittotman Srhoenftld, after the strange performance had leeii repe.itsl, j took the, man to the Tvv entv -second strict pu ce m ii on. v neu c uesiioneo I.v Lie,,, j.d.n Powers the prisoner, who appeared to have ben, drinking, said his num. wa Thomas McCrea. 12 years ..Id. and that he was a mus.rlan at Hr.t.tv- l-'og Horn Cafe in Ninth ivftiie Ills tn!U was disconnected. l.i. ut Powers sent Pollcem in Scboen- f. id w ith the prieoner to the second Srnr. ely had , In a. b dettsiive bureau pn'i.-t nan and prisoner readied the si .on I branch when Scho. nfel.l tele p. into ! word to I. ettl. Powers t hat wtv n . in mans --oil had been mnov d' blood ' s ,. roiin.i no isu .ion it,, win l.r l.ioiight down to Headipiarters this! n i is' I.e .noie's uncle, Henry Tker, was the Hist to obstive her closely alter the attick. As be took her In his arms lie noted tho hand print on her throat "Just like this." said Kcker last night, sinking hlii thumb and linger, in h.s ipi. ti mer s throat Uy set s pan tomime ant th'sci Iptlon the slatr used J.ls light hand to choke the girl, the deep impress of the thumbnail show - In. n tlie right side of her throat At tin same time, according to what Kiker ole-ct vi d. the left ban I mn havt been u.,., to slash the little bodv This tutting a.is the tMng tint it- tiuired atte-ntio.. and Initiative The grasp on the throat was a second affair almost .utomntto. Therefore. 1 e is satisfied that the man who killed l.t on le was left handed. The attention of the detectives is di rected, thelefole. to tllOlie men atlio ig the im.ni the girl might have come m contact with who ate left handed. Nat uiallv they ai. not many. A crown of I. .'.00 lined Thltd ave-tie at Twent-.sth streei jesteiday morn ing when l.tonore's funeral was being held Ktta police kept order. Hurlal was at I'yin-iss Hills' The grave Is, watihed, .is is the home. 20.000 ACRE GIFT TO C0LLIGE. Knrem Willed us Preserve to Mill- .llelinrv li ,lneil llllttell. It'TiASt.. Vt March Hv the will ot Joseph lt.it t. P. idiintted to ptobatv lo-.l.tv at Ml.Mlebil' ' . '.'ll. I acie of S. n.oi.t for.st I i-i, Is ', ,, mi,. .11. La v College ft be presirved as t si-.ciintn "f oiig'iial Vermont fortst. Mi. P.-tt.i willed i:ileli .Mountain. In the t wns of l.,iiioIn and U irren. to the' t i. ltd stales (!n eminent tor a national I p,nk I'lilpman Hill Is devise.! to Mid-' .llebuty as a pa'k, as . a woodland east! of tile village, with a fund ot f:i,:niii tor paik inalnteii inee I'amel's llumpMoiin-! t nr. was deeded to tlie St ite liefoio Mr 1 It .11. I. s death Ml.l.llebui v i ollege received ,ftrtn nn - rrsiticie.l ano tlie inennie iiom J...0UH to ..tit tor lands about lire id lanf Inn j x' Ittpton ind the lilghwa fiom l'.ist i Mi l.ilebuiy to liipton 1 hi ineolm ot the luge I esidu.'l rv e-i it. is to be u-ed f.v ,Mid.lehui Col- lege , r ii on din lis I.i ITTsVV V . Mae. 111k War Confrnef, 2" -- Hu-si i ha pi ... I o.il.-r. 'I c f0 ..III. ... -irr -"c 1 1 . r'omin'on i-a I i -or .i el.s The o d.-t , . -pr in, . a i us . d. ! I Most We ttVf if ir-l Everybody Says: "It's a Good Car" Ask any seven people as one mart did in spite of preferences they all agreed the National is a good car. No one knocked it. The only exception was the man who remained neutral. Summed up, tnis is a valuable guide for you il means t!ic National is known by its goad reputation. Tills is possible only because of 15 years of success. To inci. tln.5 high esteem and hold it year after year it; the re sult of genuine quality. NAT10NALM0T0RVlinCLEC0.,;i.nnao.'is Poertner Motor Car Co. - 1759 B'ay, K. Y.Cil SVyid KWj Rhv! ' WWS Hanson-Pcnrock Corp., W. WW? k ii i ki u 4-4 MANHATTAN 8 wraqbc ii WAREHOUSE CO rt' m Pho.ne Circle 1702 MttrraMlIltlMM ,. . ,, ,. !,..,...(.,- 1-rw pt'opk' realize the important of sotvintr prsi:-. n'ftl with thn tltat sof tetiltll,' ot the earth, When It may , readily sink into the Ki-uuml and bo covered by the washing of the il it'tf ifailis. Vnughan's "Central Parle" ,.,,.1 "Coliimblan" (for shtltle). orii:- jn.,tP( l,y us, have been sold on their nn,, jts f(. mol(, ,(,., thirty years in moms tor mote tnan thirty years in mil about Now York and hnve triwn entire satisfaction. They are the) , - ...... .'...!!. V" mi.Ntltres. milk intf a closi, velvety turf j no foul seeds; no weeds; sure to urow. We are selline; these .Tiisture sit the lowest price possible for hitrh oualitv. Prices: 25 lbs., 56.-I5; IS $3.95; 5 lbs., SI .35; per lb., 30c. Orders of f'J.OO and over prepaid. La'vn Fertilizer 100 lb $3.50 50 lbs., 52.00. Prepaid H Greater New York. Vaushan's Catalogue 1GG Pages Ppqq 'ORROtMNO ILL"MPlATrr" . 'CO Jf-mmt- 1 1 Alk B R i!? 55 h rV nt ii i Rfl 1 1! VAlDl 1 laiavial&St XXX I'fiafc ' wmTi on 11, 43 Barclav St., New LOCAL OPTION LOST Vote 13 tu I I After More Tlian Four Hours of Deli.ite on ('limit I'.ill. . ! i ' . 1 TnrvTov, N J . Mar. h ' on w-as defeated n th. : M t..v it t i te of 1 ft to 4 1 --t.ocai 11.. use to The deh its rir.ini more th'in tour hours, ' :3" A. M bef i-e the billot was t i en. .1- tb Announrem. nt of the result v l.wtd bv n storm of applause p.nt of , -MinneM of the tneasuie Two huurs before the tim.- tor th session the gallei.es began n fti I'or the mot part i he men's ji'ltrv wis pr. empted h.v oppone-i:- ' the bill, while In th" worn. t. s si", n its ...Ivo- 1 , ates wnc mass. . I As -...'inm points weie made em e.ti.er ..1. i-ersotis in th C tllei 'es br ki . o i id . is.. Hi. Mb'H started w i. i sserfl : re p. ..tid, ! Hut! inf'oe movt.l n. sib. tt.ite sten.ttr. It'-e I b:i!. pr" -I nr f.t. , s'i-.t vote nj. t ie ones on ..f p. oh let on. 'or the ii 'I' Ml- -sil s M I lot 'V I.ST'e- "' tot .'Ml. ! 'i.cv e .w 1-d'v v b. . TI e ,e I t II-. I II - 11-1 of ti- put 1350 'kiitor.l Aw.. Urnol. ui':.ivt 1 WfflffiSFS?: Z MRM.4t9 ri c., k tV'-r. .-I'll ! ..t irilsl . Wml '" or' ! y ZL f mj&M'iiiil g'.i. r' F, . Our VlS-rCeleBriited York. I - ai-a'i 1 !! 9 1 1 ill i ; J