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INDUSTRIAL MAP OF EUROPE. In next Sunday's SUN a two page map shows the industrial and mining dis tricts of the European war zone and their control by warring nations. THE WEATHER FORECAST. Rain or snow and colder to-day: prob ably fair to-morrow ; westerly winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 55: lowest, 37. Dtliillud wen Hit. mnll and murine rcpoi ( on pago 1 1. tm. VOL. LXXXII. NO. 207. PRICE TWO CENTS. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1915. VnVI,rlqht, 101S. by Ihe Hun I'rlntln,, mid l-nbliihOin .iMOClnlioii. OSBORNE GETS ALIBI IN FORM OF AFFIDAVIT Skull Cracked on Roof of the Garden Man Peeping In on Hoxiii" Bouts Pined Tight us Skylight- Is Lowered. GEN. IVES' WILL CUTS OFF WIFE AND DAUGHTER V. S, Submarine 1 Reported Sunk i in 120 Fathoms I'-1 (ioi Down Off Honolulu j in Practice and Fails to Conic l'p. i . S. WILL HUNT SECRETGERMAN AGENCY HERE TURKS ASKU.S.ENVOYTO NEGOTIATE FOR PEACE TO SA VE THE CAPITAL Queens District Swears He Was Witli Accused Lawyer. AT UAH ASSOCIATION rXSTEAl) OF 1IOTKL ... t , A man who was watching the boxing Attorney bouts In Madison Square, (l.itdcn from tli roof last night, peeping In thiotigh an open nkyllulit , nu'rferr(l a fractured skull when his head was Jammed by u section of the, sliding roof, which wa suddenly lowered on account of a tlrlxzle , rain. The man was taken to llelle- , vile Hospital unconscious, siniP't w ' I.' I? rPl'l) I'll I I l said there was llttlo chance of hli re-1 every ' Tk CALIiKI) ClMT.I. Yale to Ot 1.."00.I)I)I ut'j $2.0110.000 Kstate of Hanker. 1 I line Tanzer Held lor (.rami Jury in $5,000: New l.oiul Mystery. r U. S. Attorney's Statement. 1 l vied States District Attorney II. i-n 'Ailen .Marshall made the follow- in statement to Till: Sl'N lat me i : "Tie evidence In this -ase has be ru.ne siiflhiently clear to enable ine t i state that In my opinion there Is nn reasonable ground to bellevo that eit.ur Mac Tnnzcr or Ini luwvers evci had reason to think that Jinncs Osborne ever Knew or met ltao Tallin'. This tvldncc I shall sub. lit to the l'"de:nl Oram! Jury." Jamt" W. Osborne's defence to the ; .ia.se tba be took Miss U.ie Talizr I to tile Kensington Hotel, Plaintleld, N. ! J., .:. O Holier IS It'll. nd rogistcicd thrc with hoi ax "O. Osborne and, Mrs. Osbor; i" Is an alibi. T1 is 'lefenco l lucked by his own -siunoi.y. an atlldavlt signed by Mat-than- J. Smith, former District At torney of Queens CKtmty. and by slut. men's . f P.euhen A. lVcKham. a lawyer nsocl.ite.1 with Mr. Osborne. Cnnob- I oMtlon has been obtained fiom records ,f .,,. i .- nion it was said last night .Wording to the alibi. Mr. 0'borti it. at w.'ik m a room of the H.tr As Mvlatioti'H building, at PJ West Forty fourth striet. when Mlts Tar.7er us- lu a pocket of his coat was found a paper l-arlng the name IMtilel Pilseoll. , 1PM lledford street, Kali Itlver, .Mass. lie Is believed to be connected with the Itanium ,fc llalley cltcus. which moved ' ' Into (he H.inln from llrl.lgeport, Conn., j lasl nluht, but none of the circus at-j i laches seemed to Itnoiv him. lie is abou 'J." )ears old. . I Drlscoll, rr who-ver the man Is. was' I watching the bouts wllmlnnry to the ' match bctwim l.e.ich Cross and Chur- le White, lie was with half a dozen ' 'other men mi the ioof. They Rot a I lew of the men.i seventy-live feet or ' more belo'i iiecnue the circular sky-1 I light had een np-ned to admit fresh j j air Into the building. 1 ! The man believed to be l:lcoll didn't crawl bach in time when the sliding , roof begun to close and his hejd was ! nlni.e.l tight by the loweitd sklUbt. ' I I III. ...it.iii.ml.HiM mil uw..v safelv and tl.e rati lay nio.mla some time b. fun help en hie. p.'llcetnn and Illcmeil helped release blm. GOLF UMPIRE IN AEROPLANE. .1. M. Ilrrt-ti of sleeps. Then OllMONO Hlluil. N , I'llcs Pl.t.. . C. O.cr to l.lnLs. Mai ch 25 I. M. Ilteeii. a former llrst lieutenant of the New York Athletic Club, dinppctl a l.o'.f bill ami a messes'' from an aero plane l.nOo It-el alsjve I h Seabtee.e links to-d.iv to notify foil- Metioidit.tii IKolfirs that he was on hand to refeleo , tlnlr much. He had been asked h. I umplii1 tin ;.laei 'ie.i .." "" 1 ' plaeis noi well up unm the rules. Ilr'ii oerslept and had to tly to Sea brteze fitn urinond to arrive on time. Ills koU ball landed on the llrst tee. wheiu Messrs. l.emmiiiK, liraiime.. Uiiell and Jaeirer were awaltlUK hie anlvjl. The , of iii n. lira ton Ues. ex ptesldent of the .Metropolllali Trut Company, who died on October '1 last at his country place near Omlnlnir. cuts on Ills wife, Mrs. Illeanor Itlssell Ivos, whom lie married in lsi',7, and bis eld est d.iunliter, Winifred lven, who tlv. with her mother In the Ive town house at 31 West I'oriy-nlnlh street, and leaves only Il'.dih) h year to aimtlvT daiixhlt-r, 1'ianes Ivew, uhi alo lives with lur mother. Ills third danuhter, Kunlce, who Is the wife of Walter 11. Alaynaril. receives f inn.OOO. The estate of Hen. Ives intimated at about V.'.'Umi.oOii. L'nder the will tiled ye-terda.v the bull! of 'be estate Rues to Vale I'nlver-iiy in etablls!i tlie llra tui. Ives fund f.tr t e cimrnl nuiiioses of Hie uulveifiiv . The shale which will Bo to Vale will be moie than l.r.'ni.uun. Hecjuse of the 'amjuaKc eniplo.vd by Hen. Hes In tho clau-e In which ho dli-1 Inheilteil his wifu and dallchtei Win'-j fled It is believed that a eoiltl St nf the' Will lll.i) be tiled III behalf of the dallx .-te.- If tills elause Hill. Ives eNplalln I tli.il no mention wa made or his wife , .ml d.itu.iter Wlnlfied for the follow- ' ln r.'.t g.iiiK I "In An: '. l!iol. an asreement of een- ! I'-"" ' ,"''1 ,,'" aratloii between my wlfn and tnV'If'ln an wa.s etiteiel into by vvhl h certain films weie to be paid to her and to my d itiit.i ters Wlnlfied and Prances diirlui; In r life and in exehniKo for hlch she re leased all interest In and claim to my estate Hc.Nol.fl.f. March 2.".. The AnieH.ani submarine P-l n siibinerced at ! Me A. M. to-day two mites off Honolulu llalboratid latu Io-iiIkIiI It was rrpoited that "lie had been local's! I,vlmt a' " depth of IJ fathoms. Attempts to brine the vessel to the surface with grappllni: ll'-iks had fulled. No signal bells had been heald from the subtnerued crnft. nnd this fact led to fears that the snbmnrlnCs uoik" burst. sun'of'ntllKt the crew with sul phuric aeld fumes. The P-l citrrle- u new of twenty-live men, and Is commanded by l.h'tlt. Alfred I,. IMe. The tlotilla of submarines were eti KaBed li taruel piacll.e this mornliie. It ..s not thoiiKht iumiiihI that Central Control of Ships He ported in Plot to Send Them to Sea. i Opponents of War Party Say j Further llesistanee Is I I'seless. CIXK IN DKSPATCII KIJOM I'OIJTO It ICO 0 K If 31 AN COMMA NO Kl! MOLDS CPPI'i; II AND the for an vstlisiiToN. Man h 25. n otllelnl Investigation Is expected lo ! orderel to determine if some central agency has been established III the Pulled. States to illiect ntteiiipts of Hirinan shle to clear from American poit nil hunt n irard to customs remilatlons , and ueut'allty laws. The investigation Is believed to have been decided upon followlm: the rielpt ..f ,. ren.iri bv the Tre.islirv Pe. i Military I.eaSlie, eon, I,:, i tni.! ivunvi'lnir liiforniatloii salil to of Unver I'asha. whtcri ha strati f '.ifcf (MiwleA In Tin $ I.0NP.1S, .Match ". .M irtm io ue In u ilispateh to the imihi Cn-oiin'i finln KtlUlelulJe, ItUIIIMIn.l. di'd Mil V 21. sajs! "ThiTe is a bitter 'tlll-Kle 'l vie the peace etui war p.ilties i. i'o ii tlnople The formr demand n. a I i capitulation, reallzlm? that t ,n tnnt Kle I, hopeless alld VvisllliiK t ) ive oniith in; of Tutkey In Par it.. se 1 o i beet. I mmP FLEET REDUCES FOUR FORTS IN DARDANELLES Dardanos. on Asiatic Side, Is Destroyed by New lioinbardiuciii. em SlIKLLINfJ OFOTIIKK DEI- KNTKS (JOES ON I' i Imllcaie lb.it the I lambiiri:-American cltateil liner odenwuld Hltcinptod her dash from army. San Jimii hailsjr, Porto Itlco, under "The Viir part.v conlsts .if Pnwi order fiom some authority rivoKiilzed I Pa-lm. the militant Youitu Tuiks mil by her commander. P-t should rem ilu under water hour or more diiriny Hie aiamcuvris. but vvhel. II. "'II c.illie 'I'd the vesnol coniltu.d submerged, aoxletv was f-lt. PAGED ACROSS 3.000 MILES. i'rHiiscooll ilnl I'lione nml nl" I sell to liel Prison VIiiii. lohn Mci:. Itowm.tn. iiuinanuiK diiec. tor of the lliltinore. u-e.l the lone dis tance telephone In S.ll pl.lticisc.i e- terda when be desli with .T.iiii. x Woods, I'rali.'.s Hotel. II. has suecsled In s.liit. I Ml itili. U vvoul mai .'.(t i of Hie St wa del Mr W...ul i,f 1 in s belne sent i. tb .1 htm at the automobile P.Mn.sltli.i ci.iur.ds Mr Wrsels an-weied the pleme ONE STRAPHANGER WINS. iet Mo- sorts he was with her In lialnlltld. The day In intention was a Sunday, i and Miss Tan-.er charges in her liO.OuO trea'.a of promise suit that she and the ( :ver nassed mobt of the afternoon MSethei. In the. criminal Milt against i Us Tanzor. In which she Is ch.usvd j vlth tieltiB the malls to defraud. lir i.itinetit was corrolsjratcd on Tueoilny fie swoiu testlmjnv of Kranl; D. i . i... I.-..,.. I l 'm, I.. hi v here because a niolonnnli .s... - ... , , 1 rctuseu io -move up irom. 111 respunsc u'.ivilv Identlllcd James vv. usooine j ,y ,hl, co,,detor'!i familiar cry. William A. Mortran is the siraphans-r. He t'Stllld t! ai the liiotoiman also 'cilled him a "boeb." MnrKan mid that ' in w is "humiliated." Tne company oiiieudid liia' its employees hail a rluht to enforce rea-ouable r. Ktilatlors, imt jury deeded to K'.ve the htrapt anser i 1. 00ft bulm. I0! who registered with Miss Verdict for CI.OIMI for toniiHii'it llmleiien. Wistti.s'CiTov, .March 25. The strap hanitii is at last coming Into his own. one of them sot .i verdlo; of fl.OUO il.un.iResi auainsi the Capital Traction Comiiany . Ilniiuliier Culled Cruel. 1 "A the condition on which the agiee iii.'iu i .. r.i' I '. '. i' In in u, ,i.,i'., UnJ'.ts' In me and discredituh:.'1 to m wile and daughter Winifred, and as 1 1 lattei bj reason of unllllat and cruil conduci o is caused tne great sorrow, it Is inv desire and lutentl .u to omit her naire ft oui .aioiiK l e beiietlclarics t.nde- my wlli. nnd to pieveut hT fi.mi di riving any benefit from my estate." In addition to the 1100,000 bequest to .Mrs. Mayuard Hen. Ives named he: husband as all evecutor under his will with his brolher-tn-law, Chlirles Holt. Tim will w s executed on Apill 3 last and vvaj nut found unlit after a long se.ireb through the ti-stat ir's prlv.no p.i'i In llu minim accompanying the will the value of the estate is pl.o ed at more than Jl'i.oflO In real estate and more trian Jino.niio In por- i nut WAR ON PETTICOAT RULE. llder Tro, tin ii.. VV union pla. e Is in 111. of the men of palgn to defeat and her thi PronpiTS Mil or. home is the battle this town In - ii in.iti i f fe'.. iToi '. s testimony was tl.cly contra ileu I '' thil of W. J. Kitchen if .te OW lie. I. who offered to stalte ,. .mns on tho truth o." bis ' 11 v Cut James W. o-borne bears -I iiiblance to Miss TauzcCs ionr hole nlig ''I lies I nml W nitres ld J. W. , .. i.. ol the l.carins In'.o the rday. which cniieu ' Am ;.t.s r.uu'i a uciu ... imi. fr the Kider.il Htand Jury, two, ti. i aii.e stcs gave u-liu.ouy which, hi -tr iiK.ii to Kllchen'H ntntrincnt. A bu '. and a waitress of the Kenclllgtoil . Ilo;. 1 Mlci to identify Janus U On-, roitie . a O. vir Osborne. j A; th- tl.e- of li.e allegeil noui visn NEW YORK WOMAN KILLED. Her lliisliiinil. Ilniiuliier nml Two Prlends Hurt In nlo Wreck. Sav.vx.naii, Hi., March Mrs. Josephine Marsh ill of Westport. was killed and L.s o mi s .ll .M lo ;e A N. V.. her husband. Uobe,rtson Marshall, and her daughter, Miss Marl" Marsh ill. were badly Injured In an automobile accident here to-night. I Pr. 11. H. M.irtln and Peter Hattey. I who were with the M 'rshal'.s. were also t Attorney Smith w.is uiuu-r , injured. The live weie trying a new ni ...I. ged lallure to pioscciltu rnr whei. the stierlng gear choked and i a con. iii:cuur had bull ap- 1 the machine turned over. Mts Marshall ! iv the i.ovitnor to take teetl- J W;I frlghtfu!! crushed and soon died. Mi Osborne vvas .Mr. Smlth'n at-I ,m,. and Miss Marsh ill. while badly hurt, will leiov. r, as will .Martin ami - ii la went to the ollic of Pnlted I t,,tt..y .M irh II is a retlied broker V.iu ney II. .-niowdcn .Marshall j Who was sp.-mllrg the winter here with . t iniu'uiiy with Mr. Inez . ,h wife and daughter. ..i.d M'iism vain, wno is a lavvv. SCOTCH WHISKEY UNION After hiak.ng the JplO.OOO Inquest to M.'s. Maynard the tes'ntor gave tSS.niln to her husband and the san.e amount to each Kit their two children. Ill- brother . -'.iw. Chailes Holt, re.elves U'J 000 r..l II'M s. ;. I. Holt, a nephew, nets ?.1,u0o. A slinll..' amount 's left to Mrs. Jian Ives, vt 'alow of tile Heiie.-al's Ie cMsej brother, Hu'H'rt, and JP'.OOO to eac.i of her sl ehildr. n The banker's coachman, Thomas Im.vcr. gets .".,000 and two other servants. Charles P. Price .mil Maty lloaie, receive M,'l " each. A loving cup. given lo Mr. Iv.s b hi. father. Is left to the elder son ol hi deceased brother, Hubert. Hell. Ives directed that all of hie per sonal effects be distributed between his sl'ters. Mrs. Adeline Latham and Mm. Kllen Holt. Prltntr Pullers to He Horned. The will also contained this provision cry their cam- Tro's woman Major ouiiiilwomen for reenc- Hon Apnl . Mis II Defenbaiigh, a widow, was elected Mayor In P.H3 and Mrs c. P. Herring. Mrs. Nate Newton. Mis. It A. P..rk. .1. II. Wright and Krank Oobson were elected to the Council. Mis. Pefen baugh defeated Mrs. Hen1ng' husband Uobson won the tin li place by the to-s of a penny from a woman candidate with whom be tied. Whin the vvoii'e.i took otTice It .! recess try ;.t Ism row inorev to pav the cm s l. ills The iMinplete t.'.e.r nrst Klin with 51, 1'l" ii. th. bank .n the citv's imme, wit. i new gas p.pe. w.tji better str.ets ,n, with tl.e llnuot meni tight "g them Assistant Secretarj of the Treasury Peter", who has had chaige of the In vestigation of the odenwald case, has i tened to the While House to confer with 1 Presiilei t W'itsun after tho cable des patch from Nan Juan had been rc lived. Coiiiill llu I'reslileiit. Tlie i-.inf. teiu e between the President , ir.l Mr Peters was surrounded with mysteiv. Mr. Peteis r.'luse.l to indicate the .Intruder of the Information he laid befiiie-the Prtsident. It was learned from an authoritative soui'e after the conference that of 1 ll. ials have ibtermllied to go to the bot- torn of suspicions etitet tallied that the Herman -hips l.vlng In American barb' rs t ale under diieciions from some b.ue loe.tt, i in this ioui.tr. iii mvisti giitlon. it was said, will be concerned -i.irirrrr- lle t..e e...i. . .. '.v i "T I to.-tun and the ctts. of the OdenwalJ Whither or not this Civ-eminent sus nects that the orders believed to have been sent to the Odiliwald we-e pi stored from ohi.ial ' lei man sources Is not Indicated by the Information ob- . tali.ed p. -night. Pnlted States oltlclals at San Juan. It i learned, havo developed ke. n Interest : the Interchange: between the com manding ottlcers of the Odetiwa'd and the Hamburg-American president which pr. ccrted tbe attempt of the former ves- M'1 tO .-MMpC flOIII the I'OltO IttlMII ll-lT- bor without clearance papers The i..port which readied the Treas. uy Department to-day was to the effect thin some ommunlcntion passed be. twceti the two commanders before all attempt wn- made by the Odenwald to leave San Juan. Herman oilier. The Hovernmeiit. fear ing a coup d'etat, abandoned its belli cose attitude four d.tjs ago and con- telllDluteil seeking peace. There Was a stormy session of the Cabin, t, at which the majority decl.lt d In negotiate with the commander of tho Allies. "Henry .Mnrgenthmi. the Ameilcan Ambassador at Constantinople, was ask.-d to go to the Dardanelles, accom panied b two Turkish plcnipotent.aties, to ascertain on what terms the surrender of the Dardanelles and the capital could be negotiated. Hen. von Sanders,, the Herman commander, learned of the plan. He broke Into the meeting, made a sptech of expostulation and threatened to ariest all the Turkls l peace e.s-tlon. "The Hei man otll tr de- laied 'bat a would shoot an.vbndv win. attempt.-! t-i communicate w i h t ic A.lif- a .1 t - tccJ the peace ini tlsar.s into eubin.es O'i Henry Morgentliau. irt.t.n eu'rati'e of the Alibi mi" lh' t .1- M.iiicir.i will sig'ia'.ize speidy e. ipi! II'. It inn "The i ll-ks hat. -tllf.-leil severe losses ill the 1 1 tiilaii. les. The at my is sul lenly ii dltfereiit Many Herman olllcers. In view of the threatening demeanor of their Turkish subordii...te. are resign ing and ipilttlng the countrv." The co-respondent quote dpt. Kn dre. Wn. left with his family, fearing violence, as .iyli; that the Turks, both illiers Mini men, have become bru'ally insolent to tliir Herman Instrurtois Mi. Morgentliau has b. en asked to f oiiimunic-.te lo the Allies a priH-lain t tio.i of neutral r.one for foreigners from M.tkr: Kfil, mi tin- Sea of Maimoia, to Pel 1. 1., --li i ne Itosporus In sp p ol tins i .s nei.i M . . ,.p. Pin-P K-i, M . t.if not .ti.-nr 1' n P Ill cii-i .a the e. II Itl.li-s ' niM .nt i-in- e nf tne .Mine Sweepiiiir,Nov Possi ble Far l'p IJcyond Si lenced l!atterie. DKSTIfOVKI.'S MAICK I'KKFLors ADVANTR 31 ore Troop -AU Cims Are, Landed fur Impending loi.'it Attiiclv. .Sftfcwif fiihlr Hnirttrlt in Tint Sl'V. ISilMf. .M.il'i'li LT.. iiii' allnsl llts-t hit s iiiiiiIo gi'.'iit prngii'ss tu tin Imr iliiuolli'.s iiii'nitlniis within lln past tvveiity-fiiiir linlll's, .ii.'iinliliL' lo cull- lltli'iiiint iiiliiruuiii..ii nviillubl.' Iiii'.'. It Is li-iiiinsl tlint four form mi llu' I Niirrnvvs liuvo bfnii vliillallr tils- linintlisl .mil that Port I i.ii'iani.s nit tlio Axlnlii' lili' lin- ' n i'iuiiiK'toly (lostrojisl, .Mltio sweeping s nnvv iossiii. fur Into tlio Narrows, and 'ho l'rill-li nml I'ri'iii'li w.ifsliuis aic sin i-i.ssfully : WILSON SAYS QUIT ' DESGLAUX GUILTY; AiliN c' Not l,isrlilwoit;lits IS'f:iu-( PrnH I Too Hi-. f ra ill of, A nil hi in.isli'i' PiiliMicril fn Hcin.iiliiliiin .'mil !.; of Honor DpiMM'.ilinn. Iininliiinlln tin- fi'iui" iniiig .lefi-iici's. DKSTUO ) '.Vt'.S" PA SI I. llrlllsb ens.. I P.-n.-lriili- Nnri.Mis it ml I '.'II lie lllll.l '. SprCill lublf fnIli7. to Till. SCs'. P.. Iter vvt.i'her at resulted in a re-th- Ai ClO-P'.-M H iiv id here tn-ii.iy Ready for Knife; Coughs Up Needle ( lln.siil;il I'.i lien I lisiiininb Supirpoii.s. I'ri'pan'il fur Opcriit ion. Ml mv letters, diaries, private or p. r- sona! papem I direct to be burned Inline- dlately after n decease by my eecil i tots and unie.id." I The testator dliecled that a fund ne s-t aside Mitllclent t" lel.l Jpi.nno a ear. of vvliiih I2,uii(i goes to hi d.iugh- It'T Ktances mid f .' oicn to ms nvo tractor became sisters. Ppon the death o: tin- .lie n. tie. , ll01l(. un,0. liver sine, then X-rny photos nave neen taken of Dr. I'einb. rg to dlsi'over if the , Ne.iii all the dixtors In l-banon Hon I p.t.tl weie in tho updating risen last i evening to see .1 Colleague. Dl' .Moses I I-'einbeig, und.rgo an opeiatlon for tho I ieinov.it of a needle from his diaphragm, when Dr. Kelnberg had n violent cough ing 'pell and coughed up t'.e needle. I Dr. I'Vlnberg, an attending phvsician , a! the hmpltal. swallowed the li.tdle a month ago while silting In a dentist's 1 chair The dentist was probing for a 1 nerve when the needle of the nerve e. loo-ened from ith utile 1. 1 ila iih I Ion llefnsril. Iilllci.lls would not divulge the ev.lct o. the information ivhn-it the siisph ion tb..t the Oden- - w.tld had no niient'on .it go. ng to II. mi. ' burg as stat.d b iter manifests, but planned to carr supplies to some bel ligeieitt ship in illstegard of the ip'u traluy laws. The KmnprltiK Wilhelm Is said to be the only Hennuu vvarshlp within i each of an Juan. Snoiil'l the Inft stitratlon develop the .-Msience of some directing b.t-e In the Piul.-d States responsible persons c;tn be puiiished utiilei tlie Joint neutrality I. -solution ailopttd by Congress March 3. Thl- holds person responsible tor at tempted violation liable to punishment on eiiual terms with th.. masters and owners of the -hip Involved. The Department of Justice, it is uiidei'.-ton I. will pioserute the Investiga tion In cooperation with the Treasury 1 It-p.irtllietlt. WihlllNoTON, March 15. There nr ,.,.! ' urif,. rirt-. In Tnr t.s. a sieat 'many people In this country Paiiis, M.n.-h - Prame D.selaiiN, trvlng to "rock th- boat," President ' foi mer arinv paym..tt r. accused uf tun- i ,, , ires hero to-night bexr.lIiiR armj tipplle-, whs fniin.l culltv the ll.lltllllO-e conference oi in- adiksl. is rock, par- . s are of light as the pres ilrel.ited. he a stabilizing In palt as PEACE TALK IN VIENNA. P.oi peror I with .Mi. Osborne, linn incie ,i i-h -in allldivit before A-sistant i I 'j.if AU'itn-v Hcislie-islclii as' i' hi Knows or the accumd law- . liiOlll.s OH 1 letnbcr 1 v. fi.iiei li.nl b.iii ali.ttig.d to ii Mi MiillbV ileliin . said the I t.st r ,t Attonny. and a room a ig.igtd In the Mir Ashoclalloii u i u Mi Siniili got th.ro .-ally in a .(rirnooii. h. said, and met llcubeii i. i.i'n and Mr. ( isbnri'.e. The three I- n i. mil l1n.ro until late In the ' -a t-ifft.il h.is sworn that Jamc- W. t-i r w.s the Kensington Hotel Horn l j. r 1 '.0 in tin. afternoon until some i l- "in n -'! and ' o'cloik. I I .is not been conshieten un essarj v -Mr Peckham make .in alliilavlt fna Sunt! us Mr. I'ickliam '. .'. i lab.e at all times bit It Was -.1 i at he has mad. vuual stati -win. n asiio with tho-o of .Mr. siniopeil Curds lo Mum. A ' i i.i ', ilo.-uni'-nlaiy evid bt I nip the liar Assn. lice Was .lion, It it cords have 1. en ob- i show ing that the mom was II i ii Mr i 'shorn s name, that .Mr. ii itutfr.l upon hi nirivc, .in si.inuie.l a tint- caul wi.cn i vl . al again whin Mr. Osborne i a-e title- -tamps show that Mr. ' was iii ih room from (.ally no- '.. n iiii ilfH'1'1. n.i. cil. ii'll.ii loll if cViiIetne sli-iW .I it us no' .linncs W. Osborne -I at tb. I. ns.iigton come I i i a II. Lapp, a c irp. liter i i 1 1 l i hot. 1 last oetobur. and i iv l,o was tli'-u -mil I i ow - ,i that In. tel. 1 - n mi., was iiuiitlnncil on Tues- i ''if. Sailor I as being 111 the li Oi-bonie and Mi1 T.iiuer i.l he saw llle couple st-Vli.ll n - 'he ititernoon Miss Smith 1 ' ii i 'ic who served III" coupic I ' i on -.1 befoic lie sa.v James W. " that l,e ll-llicmblied O, " .n-i Mr o.sl.oitie well and that ' . I ic I tin. man out at mil lime ni'. . II.- d.-sciibe.l o Osborne ; i overcome ' i pilnn tallies exactly with the i, of I IliV. I Osbothti given by J - vv iil,i,i nc .Miss llocn Helen I I O'hels a . . ie . sent into a room In ' . i ur seven nun, including Jai i- vv OfiM'inc lit) peered Into the Houses i.r lliicbitiiiio nml llevviir i.iiilmiinnl.- liiiiincliill) . l)rn"' tiifre Urspalclt to Till-, Sis I.omis, Marcii :h - Tne Scottish til s'.iey i m ol James HiKhiinati & Co. ami Joh'i D'w.u .v.- Sops have anialga mated lltianclally for purposes of econ omy, but they will maintain separate existences The arrangement Involves the formation of a company with 0.- i .mm ( pJl.OCiil.OOO) hi preferred nnd indiiitry shares, whlchvill be exchanged for iiidlnary snares in both coumaulea Sir John Dewar In all interview to day hi ited that th" scheme it.it i ue- n inl'iileil as ptotectlou against the se. v.-re taxation alrtady In existence and the iii'm r taxation which is to be ex pectid. Rockefeller Lake Won't Stay Filled i lln Cos! S'JOO.dtlO Alrt'iiily I nml II May Cost as Miii'li .More. TvititVTivvv n, March '.'.r.. Tohn P. Itockefeller has spent Ou.fifl" In mak ing a lake mi lb" llulternillk Hill e, tlnn of his Pocanllco IIUU estate. Twice within the lasl six months the bowl has beep tilled and both times the water has dlsappeai.-d over night, leaving a div. sandy bottom. The illsapl . . .... I . . . I nn I. .1 ..r t ll. , II till I' I n.s I IlCUiries 111' ii.ii. ii-n -- ...v - - to Yale. He directed th.i' all Ills teal -1 tat be sold within eighteen months and I tha' th" contents nf his town ami coun try houses hi Inventoried and catalogued ! and sold a' auction. , Hen Ives dliected thai .11 'h expba thin of two ears the entii.- estate, r-; malnllig alter all lh" bcpi.-sts h.iv.i I i paid li giv en tn Vale to be adiU.I I to the Itiayton Ives tund. It has already hem aiinounced that Cen. Ives's sre;r collection of works of art, with his llhtary, are to be sold early next month Hen. Ives nml an ini.r-' I national reputation as a illsciiiiilnatlug I lover of at-, and as a bibliophile Willi i h'H collection of books, consisting if ' I many ancient Illuminated manuscript land ran- editions ami bindings, are not1 gte.it In ipiautlty they aie extremely 1 valuable. II- had a collection of timri , than 100 gold and enamel snuff boxes a:d a costly oviilci thin ot rugs, tapestry, i no leu and Blasswnte. i While It had been generally supposed that Hen. Ives was one ot the I. tiger!, sti'.i'.holdei.s of Hie Metropolitan Trust Companv It was leariitil last night that he owned only l,(i"(i of til" 20 ono shap-s, bin he was a huge stockholder of t'io 1 llecker-.liines-.lewell Milling Conip my, the Nortbwes-!-! n Coiisnlliliiteil Milling Cninp.'itiv and the Standard Milling Com ptny, of winch he was president at tho time of his d.-utli. I That Hen. Ives and hl wife had agieed to live apart In I'KM Nenm I 1(1 own shoillv after I ney lepaiatcd, 'when Hep Ives took Ills n't treasipes 1 nt d his lib:- iry and established a sepniate ...shlei.ee at II?. Past Thir'.v -ninth street Phi' reason was said In ne a glowing .iifoinii.it Utility. At that time Ms eldest daughter, Win ifred, had Jut letiirinil from ParlH after completing her musical education and anno'imeil her Intention nf apptar Ing nn th" iiuici'tt stage. lie had reached a pl.n where an opeiatioti would not b- a serious mat ter. The nu ill. ' .Intp net mgs -tere w.iich.tl fiom it lodg ngs in Pit pliy siciati s windpipe to Ills. dl. iphi agin but ! It never I'oa-iifil a "pm winch would permit of a slight opeiatioti l.ate ves I terdav af'ertioon It was de. nled th.it furlh.r del.is might be ilangcioils and ir. Kelnberg was tirep.ircd to go under i the knife Dr. Ileiir.v Until was in ' charge of the operation, allaougli the other physicians gathered around to help It their services were needed. At the last moment 'he patient bad ii; C , !n Call a violent coughing speii. to which ii.. - war io tztiu in ran. had been subject ever sit ce swallowing 1 the needle He coughed up a blood clot, and linuieiliat. ly. told the doctors that ( he felt relieved and couldn't locate the needle b.v pain anv Inngi r. Scireh In , the blood dot disclosed the iiiedlt. It i wa. somen hat lU-tv. and ti eutiiicnt was 'given tu pi event blood poisoning. Is lleeplj llltpressetl Ii) Pull of Periiii nI. si.ei.l ' .'-V fissl'' lo Tnr cs istniv. Maul- '.'"I despalcii from Ctitn iili.ig.il lo the Dutly I i ( !riii)i at tributes to a iliplomat it of high rank the statement that K.mwror Prancl? Joseph of Austria has been deeply Im pressed by the fall of 1'eicm.vsl. An liupnri.iut limit part.v Is now netin.-d in favor of nskltn; a separate peace with Itussla. befo M.-tbodlst Piilscopal Church The boat, the President to., hie for these people I" ticularly as they th. m-elv material. In such times cm. President Wilson looked to th church a- a moral influence. He spoke follows: , , , "I have the feeling, .is I 'n"k upon von. that I have had In many other church conferences that I am looking In the faces of men and women who are not Interested In the temporary things, hut are interested In Pie perma nent things, that clve ver.v little thought, I hope and believe, to the thine that separate us and give a gnat deal of thought to the things that unite us things that are good for the healing of this nation not only, but for tho healing ot all the nation. "This ts a council of peace, not to 1 form plans of peace, for It Is not our piivil.ge to form such, but to proclaim the -single supuine plan of peace, the relation nf our Lord and Saviour. Jesus Chi 1st "I it 1. 1 use. wars will never have any .ndiiig until men cease to hate one another, cease to be . .ioil of one an. other, get that feeling ot' reality In the brotherhood of mankind which the onl bond that can m ik. us th.nk Justlv of one anothe- nnd act righteously h. fote nml himself "I v ilue the churches of this count -y as I would value everything else that makes for the stability of our moral I process, Ti ere arc a great many p. o- III. tl i ne.. ni.' nn' ..iij by a mtrt -martial to-tilnht ar.l received the severe eiitence of sewn y-ars sol1-' tary confinement and military degreda- 1 lion lie .-.Inn Is depilved of the honor i of we.tr.'.g tne l.efcinn of Honor il.e. na tion He wlli, however, be allowed to live In Prance at the expiration of his term. Mine lleehoff. wife of one of the I leading Palis tlrens-nakers. who was 1 iirra.gneil as an accomplice of DesclaUT i and vva charcisl with receiving th fniids'iitTs w ill ii he tob was alo ' found guilty anil was sentenced to two , . ars in prison. i Private Verges of the nrmy. who aided 1 Descl.iuv in sending the supplies to th' ) woman, reielvetl a eitetice of one veal I In prison. Three other defendants, ' Postman Porlas, who delivered the , goods; Sergeant I ninny and Private P.n- son. weie a--futltcd. Peniau.x held the rank or Lieutenant O.ilniiit'. In the annj He was form-rl ch'.-f cb t k lor .loeih C.uilaux when the lattei was .Minister of Pinance The clntli day ol the trial was marked '"' a three h.itnn sp.ech by Chart, s liilllppi, attoniej tor Mine Ib-clnnT M. P.iillppe c.. tended thai tip ac cusation agilcsl his client otigtnated wholly In spiteful slander b a rii- I.n.snoN, March J.. tb Dardanelles has t.ewal ot activ.li.s b.v tleet. A despatch ie- from T. i.edos. live mil--s t-an lb" . n trniie to the sti ti'. Bays that a vine t bomb tidmeu' of thf 'ortii on the Nar tilws bad started ag.ttli aid that tin defeat es h.iil replied w.aklv. This despatch ai-n sas that I wo Iti it ish destrojers pe etiated fin Miinu dis tance into tin Nairows to-day. exo fl ing l-V'.-tl tile felt nt the crillsel Anns- thyst, wlhch cut the . .!.le bttw.ei. Kiliil ll.ihr and I'hanak Iv i-ss; l..st wk. in the face of a severe lir. Irmii the Tin U Ish hat ci ies The tlesltovet were met with a ilm from the defe'ees, but -cap.-i ilimiijs and rturi. to the fleet iih a npntt on their obervattii. T"e nt .-..ml to have found 'hat the toils wee much mote erlous!y damaged by the .. . ading of Match IS than tin Tuil-s i'iv admitted Th v. ntitresnine era It ' ) ; accompanied j-.r some ciis'.tiit . by b.t- :lesips, but when w tb sigh: -H tlm Narrow s the.v slmt ahead, in. urn uv u d 'about at full sliced aid got aw Willi- out being t. niched 'In tho ... -d ...:.. tail nir.rlhl..f a ' cl.a t gl'll s. I v.mt HI.'! Ill the J.i.llOll of great many pM.ple--w ho. In the language ot the day! aie trying hard to 'rock tho Predicts Schiff SALOON KEEPER HITS TRAIL. Iliiiilvcr HHipvps Until Siic; Will Sep tlio Wisdom of Jiiittiiir 'I'Iipii. i 1 1 CUNARD TO PAY 10 PER CENT. Wrecks Ills llnrroi.in noil (oitverls Threi. Cosloiiiers. Pi.vmoi'tu, Pn. Much IT, Kdiiiund Jones, a saloon kcep.-i, hit the trail at .1 revival lasl eigd and .if ti r services e iiitiuded he went with l'.vangcllst Viidrisoii and a rimnl of lr.nl litters lo III place of business III ei Keiis were , stove in and bottles smashed and their 1 ..intent dumped into the gutter, llefllie the, SI trll, ii f rel pil'll tels lit the saloon cniild dlsc iver vs. Ii . I H was about Jones siiggesieii thai 11 pra.vi-i meeting be held III tlie ball' oni. I'l.Oers weie iiftereil and hvintis sum; and three, of J. nes's 1 ustomers came foi H inl as peril 1 lints Pi.im behind the bar .lopes said: I "The saloon liusltie.-s Is hel , and nine I. nths of all the saloon In cpers 1 10k upon ' II as the most deg' adlng trade In which they could lilJilge."' . Ui it Te ho it Is too b.g for them to rock. They are of uch light mitcrril tint tii.- cannot rock 11 very tiui' ii. but tuev 1 re going ihijiiga t!' motions, and 't .s Just i well for lem to "mile around once In .1 while and see I be great ste't l- fat body ot cf.pose.ssid Amerlc.itis ! not to b. Imte.ed Into any uncoiu-iib red line nf aiiloti "Sure that nu are right, v.iu can calm, sure tttnt when the ipiarrel ! none of ynuis voil can be Itupiirllal trad.- rivals, who propagated tho rumor that Mnie llifh'ff win a Herman spy, when as she was in rcaltt a patriot. c Alsatian who niarrn d a llr'Blan. The l.twvtr read min) letters written bv Mm. Itec'ioft shuvvi-a ln.it she was disgust' d with tbe sn ish life at llor- de.iux w icti lite 1 lot crnin. i.t moved tin re. and til 1' hi r eat ins' w.sh i to wot l lor the wounded IP asM-ttcd that she had made iiuni.tmn gifts to the men .it the fioiu -ii. '1 had con tnlniie.l n chatitable fuiiils ltici.l. ntally he ipi ted a tnedl.-il cor- sine I tltlc.itc which unit red Mine, lb-huff bi ll 1 . n.i I ni t 1 d "i ail 1, 1. - h ii mv . t 1 is I.i ' d im l". ii". 101 Lns An.iku.s, March 2a. "We hare beenme strougei since the creat war bn.ke mil." said -lacob II. Schiff of New York, who arrived here to-day, , "because we have had opputimlty to. puiehuse ni.in.v of our s.suiitles from lb. Kuiope.in holders at a low price. In other words, we ate setting our tlnanclilj house III oriler. I "iim war, I peisonally believe, will end In the autumn, imt because of an exhaustion of the l-elllgercnt' ciedltl bin through the recognition of liotn 1 sides thai no advantages are being gamed nnd 1 a , arai if the water was a Itnysleiy to Mr. Ilockefeiier ntiiii 11.1 dav. when some ot his workmen ills. -...1 ...ii,.tu..ml Iii the bed of llle lake. io,.-..., ... ... ..an Directors lit-commend lloniis of to Per Cell I. In Vdilllloii. iri(i I'nhtr liniutleh In Tun Piv I.OSPOK, March '.T.. At a meeting of the tlliectoi'M of the Ciiuard Steamship I. Is si. 1 1 1 t nil All" liociieitliei b,eil iinollu-r K'on.d'Kl If necessary to , TT. m." " "rilflcial lah. near , Comnanv to-day it was r, coimneni.ed liocttcit'li.'i ill. II .11,1-1' ..'. " " ." ' " cbiied on Hie orillnun stocu, with a bonus of 10 per lent dividend nf ii per cent was pain on tne prcierreii i.i... i.. inn I'ouo on .111 It-sliile disappeared over night. lie Is ' cri'-ttU Interested In tbe woiit 011 the iiiiiieimllk Hill lake, even m-gleetlng his il. 101 I lh.it the profit 11 ....is ,.. ni,i,i., 11 ne sneiios iiiinn , sn"-. 11 i" i" a... ii.sr. nml rides bomn In The repoit Hhnweil ,..m'..i.ile truck when tho moil quit , ot the company 111 lull ivcie. tl,117,U! SPAIN SUMMONS RECRUITS. Unrolls till, mill liilrn I Hiisctipls to Tic T rut 0 cil. si.ei.i ;il,lf irtMifrA to Tin: Sis. Mapi. in. M.mli J.'. The Hovernmeiit I has enrolled :io,00(i cxlrn conscrlpls if I tb.- rhisi of I lI a, who will be dlt.b.iiidcd iiifler three inoiillis of training. lilieblirsl, V, (' Opi'll until Mill 1st, SupTlt c'lm.ite. i. llihlfnl Holetr. Thre- lit hoi l.lnkJ, iciiulf, etc Ini 11I ll'wu)'. Xiv. v I tt.it Ihe coining of winter will onlv itituislfy siilTerlng. liven If the Allies gain the Ithllie I believe that thev will be iiidciliillely deadlocked there. "ItusinesH conditions In the Pnlted States are not at nil alarming Money is plentiful, I hough dear for long tlmo loans. Plenty can be bad for shott time 1 jn'(ini loans ai 1 -v I" 1 i"n "The war 111 Kurnpc has bad tiu gieal effect on lliiniui.il lonilltinns lieie. , "Of miiisA we can't help bill fed It soniewhal, thetc Is so gicat 11 de striictloii of life and proper ''"t off oiir leg and you will feel the pain In your arm ttinugn 11 it- in no nay cuu licctid with the utnpututed leu.' that tlie men who spenu un-ir passion, most will move the bodv politic the least lid that the reictioii win not ne upon the great body r Aiin-ii- an ciiuins, uiu Upon thetnselviss, "So t i.it I look upon ou In tbe pre- , tut crcunistaiic.. as a great piH of ths tiihlller 01 the nation You know that soinebodv hae Just Invented .1 thing catb.l .1 stali'llJ"! that Is u-.il In con-ne.-ilnn vlth aeroplanes nnd b some, pr ss. tlm nn ch illi, s of wni 'h 1 hav' not nail explaltnd to me mil peihap cniild mil understanil If I had. this tor- 1 lent tlie erratic movements' of the ma- 1 chine so fan 1 n when adjust. '.I ilet.-i- I nilnet. Ihe plane upnti w'vl'ii the 1111. hi.1e 10 niiix t-. and the machine cannot de part from It. Something like Unit is the lunctlnn nf the gii-it moral furies of the world, to act as slablllzi rs "Mil win n wo go up In the an. "I have come to you to-'ilulil. thetc- 1 fore, mas 1 say. for ie.issiir.il to look , 111-.11 an undisturbed body of men who have their ciinip.ises and know th.. charting of tin: wmni vve uimw what haven wo are honm tor. vv 0 know the only legitimate pi messes bj , which one call wnih Ins a against the trade winds of evil m l'.' world to tlu haven desired "If I can speak for you ami r. present vou ..ml In fi'ino inn hand nut Pe moral fotces that .vou nines t Pun I urn 1 ml en p.iw 1 11 ill. 11 1 ciiiuioi 111 11 upon a strict (lit ' anil said that Mm w is, on thi' ... c.iniit if no othe". 111. ai.',. It. partake nt th Ie of mutton and otli.-t too.ls which D'scl.iux Is alleged lo hive sent her. He argil-il that sv.c was absi.liit.i.v unaware of th origin ot the roi.dstutfs s.ll hv On- pavma.stir. In whom she had such . oiilbb nee Unit suspicion that lb" wete of criminal ot gin never occurred to hit D- W IIS l.-l time Hit 1 1 It, lit ps lie pit tretl, A despatch from Al'uns s.tys that itrltlsh llagsh.p . I' iIi-mIii.. I Krench b.i'tlcship Hiulns, vvh -h w put .nit of anii'i. in the ,ast allllck. have lompleied repeilv a' 'I a i.giin reau.v to put., nit. ni t." ticnt- leg. Athens ...'l up It." til. 1' Iii. ,1111- lllK of Hoops and guns ,., t; .. tv. t.f lill.lpoll cnntmU'S Slli-t-'illi that .1 supi"'rtl"g a'tii' " i' ashore on the statn for the cninbimd 1 uel Hen. D'Amada of the P lepntiei! to l.e in cha k opera 'lolls A d.spiit. n to-night t-ave. "Acc'it'ling to relui'.: from lefugeesi trom tin I Turk ullel"d enoiimi.i. attack of the a.liel il. the Kl'iaiir pa it "i th" powdtr mag iine In. si Turkish mbiiiui .11c d' tin . to have lout militart v i'i tuincn bi c.ik.tiii h 1 1 it' A despati h lr.. n 1 ' n-i.tn way ol Merlin .is ' ' t' lb. 1 111 the etta. k li . '. lis. , . 1 W'i 1 I, ilgn Hl-'l iv si -i 1 in killed. Ili.iU'lMI. ti ' 'I ball', cruiser tullfxil.lt- I IP. tiso said to hav. I"H 1 11 ' 1 . i tt llt-sl-i lliiluarittns. i:f .rni ill 111 ini i:,,.s t'.sj In--- - '.'1 tan 01 Man- 1 I v., : " . ,-s, s a -.a iniii. d I'.n ..I. id cl 1 e. " o.v 1. 15 tn thu "I. t,y , losses Jll-l OIlH I ..I.i us. who Is .MS e.ir of age. .1 nested on .lnmur 'Jt. The ar. if Mine II. . hull' took pi. .re ,1 stunt Inter Sin was the wife of M. Itechnti of the ill essma king ID in 'T 1 tech. .IT-lie- 111 In llu: line Vcndnni". The other ilctonilants wee bt'oufihl Into the case as the Pieinh sisnct police, 1 vv iv p.. discovered Desclaus' dept cilatloim. ! win kid otll the s. 1 1 e ni' bv which th" I a inner dct.pi. 1 a-e fi.rt'lv.tig allies soiphi .1.-1 ,1 possible slini t.lge of It. hi - sa v 'hi I hi I. lie lt.irt.Ms, I. ..' 'll I. II it" , I" k 1. 'HU." . hell I. I' ! I r 1 IlliOpie, pi IV. lie a-l ' e- fl.l'll 1 pnlt, aP'l llll'ilel oils la. Ini'rs .1 mads have Is . n "lil.gei n. Mispi at ms. 1 hr st an-' up '" Hi. ai s an i.l'k oil Naval 'er of food b.nl bu n stolen aiid convevei 10 Krc i'i r , lleehoff thioiigli Ihe mall or by I ai mv tnesM'ticet Insilaiix will be taken lo the gi cat inillt.vai.l of 111"' Kittle Mllll.llie in Palls. Theie In will be par.nl'.l ill fund of an imposing array of tmnp. Inilinir those who were under his lilted i-onllll'li'd. 'Inc l' one the III' iss 1 ini lll.-n sel biiiloti of Iii nnil'.nin will be torn , tnrtin 'atinn from him. hi epaulettes w.ll be lie n: 'and guie I nil ,,n,l th. unhl li. .ml .in'.i .itlng bis la Huh e.nl. liiit'e uohl st. 1.- ini two s.lv.r b. h 'Pi. he I14 ' o'lip. lie. I til. tnt'llll atio' . 1 .vpiiie i.iniii' 1 I the sll p tl part or 'lie inl't's iiuse ale ! , r lla ' lecin. the Vai il that class which iihsiilete, but v 11. h . borne the h unt :' the p ts pointed out tVp t I " Inch Bun- r 'I i 1 In in;.. n ft" e lie .IK" till -' the ' II. n - .'C , 4 11 an t bar Dai !.- .'I 'I 'S I V ".- 4 .ni ihtv i r' id' 1 I'm- 1' . f-eii '.rH 1... I i"o I" '" I's 11. 1 ,1 .IIM' III- Pi- vv 0 sword , oni i hi w II al I 1 uiu linked wtjk,' . 1 It ovtir r'i's Itni,t 1 tlii-V 'K I nib tlnl I w O s.lver -ti i' In tr ,. 1 .ini in n I' ll 10 Will bl Cil. ,f ,. el'. Jets ' ' 1 i' laud tin 'Oi 1 ii lnv.it tiuns 111 tho t forts. Iwmk at llllllil. (17,086,630). CoiiHiitird 011 ,ua I'tige.