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BA5?il.V... NOW YALE SENIOR AGAIN SATlSnEUWITn. TALE RAET0LD r. ncstiy:at()i's mi K in r Kvidcnoc i ; rami .liny. Wnl'l lor N'l I'KIJSISTSTWAS N IIONKST MI ST A KK y r..' tv-uts. xeMculay afternoon I-IihI to cplain Iiow .lic liilirxc .lames. V Oliotiie, tnr .1 to Ukn.i-. was t Mo same inuiviuuai an i ti iisliornc wlm council lier for i.iK '.i"t f .til Sli trie.l nlo to lit .xpl.i u I Dv it wa tint alter siip nan il." if, I pictures OI James xx. uimirne ,h. iii.i ii h,tnclf III two court sen he i.irtio to reallr.c her mistake ml .I'lin.ttfil ho hail never met J.iinei w M.l.nrne until after she linil (llcl x,,r -u i .mntnit him for 550.OUD for ,f!i. it nf piomlse. M i Tanr' questioners were repre ,ntinvi of muinltiB nexvsp.ipers. and re li'a'i lialf of the time she was beliiR questioned Harold Splelheru. who has Mit'i'l.i'tel M.ivld Slaile as the youiiK neman - l.nvyci, was absent fiom his efilef it one room of which tlu Inter t ,i held, Ttie enl was In a talkative moatl ami tisl dales and details at her tinner tips, ' h we-1 Into arcuments to show thai ff noiild never have sued James W 0-lioiTij unlets she really believed be vn the man who, after promlslr.E to j trim her the day after they met In a 1 itreet II rtAtion, registered wttn ner 111 1 IMift.lleld hotel. suEiiestlons that she had ben a party n a concpiiacy to bilk James W. Os borne out of a round sum or at least ti smear his namu she branded as rldlc a,oj. Xlnrslinll Not MillsHi-il. A sli'rt time, after the Intervb w Vr.tel Statis Attorney Marshall nald e K.i!'s statement that sho was mls Ur.tr. ,n Identifying James V Osborne. -ll 11 is of x-alue In frcelnc James V. o-hp:"e fn m all public suspicion, dots n t -,ii.f.x In in aM to the leal motives) n.l iietli.ids of the civil suit. Vn Kirl has told an Incredulous . -v " be said, "and In expeetlni; me to she shows a supreme con- ii f..r my Intelligence. We are In- j - j t nK (s L.;lse hi the recular xxay r. baxe no' tile least idea of drop- j ,.n ' oxx I intend to do my lust to .t me outturn of tho xxhole business, ' i, .. won't co to tin- Draiul Jury mi n. lay at the earliest, and xve be ica.ly by then There arc, v i.. mis ancoxereil by the clrl's j .'i. i ' xxbcli we xxlll have to In- : ir.- . . We are Just beclmilnB to i -i ui this cite " I I - . i mn that the Or. mil Jury will, e. rt-i.iii to laud down a batch of m '! i ,i.i :s acamsl sexral pi rh-ins. M Mi'sliall pointed out ta.it l.e lu tic., w '.scs. in.'.udinc liac lanzir. h ,ve -e n notli Oliver Osboine mid ta .- W Osboine. Of thes. P.ae Ti : - f.e only one who nays thcie i cu lt rcscmblanci.- between the i . Those who .iy James W. Oi1' .1 ics not even i e.u.jtcly ie fi a. t ie tuxsterlnus Oliver aie lillbert 1' i ,i i r.-l niiml Wlbo, lesal .lso-4'- . Mr Osborne: Mr and Mrs. '- if Ft I Lapp, Matlle Smith and ' ' bi hen. all roniiis-ted with i h lx' - s-oii llol.-l. xvheto Ollvci Osboine c i" I .a man and xvlfe with Miss i a.ul 1'i'i'p clrls, Florence Syia cute i. d lll.inehe I'lifier, Pot!: in " e i a department htore. who sa il ' nle tlirtatloas overtures to fit at 1 Koeoi Hdrn Kaiser, whom Oli . "I to call upon. ilns l.nst Ctfti-cii I'oiinds, 'v is now the ctii'st of Mrs u ' (.'..e'as of the Federated Sister. f New York, llvinc ut COT West s'lei-t, to xvhom she was unt 'I nold SpUlbctc. xvas pale, when i t fie newepaper men )sterdav " .ti, but de. .dedly cnercetic In i ""i Since she filed her suit Pa'i ,'le . 'o. t fifteen pounds, she sa.xs. t- o m t .'d bow she met Oliver on ' " IT .ast m a ciowd catherd ' ' ' ,i sllcht strict car accldriit near f ' ' is I'irde He sjiokc to her In a !r . vv iv and ulie did not Imacine - iirirner that he was lllrtatUcis ' in. a Sjtuid.iy. and I wa colni" i ' ' . n the li. irk," "he said. "He a ' ' . i ould co alone with nie, - 111 We spent most of tile "i . tae pnk and l.a supper' i " Afterward he look me home, i' I j i it a.k him to come, upstairs my sisters. We. separated In I ip . "1 m- in d an appointment with him tho l and he called at the Itat. That . ii x s Vers, Pora and Hose, nut We 'lien went to Plalntlebl. It ' iv e havlnc luncheon nt the Ken- t" ii ml that In nuked me to many i He civn mn a diamond rlnc. and' ' ' ' n. I '.. won'il keep his promise, . 'lavs laii r 1 became, positive j "a" i't xx James W. Osboine, the, .vv . oi vrr had told me h lived . ' T e N t'ierla d He failed to kei p i'" P ' mn.' with me, and because ' wii- t i appi ned at the Kcnslncmn 1 '' t t.e ilcd to look for him. At ' 'r ' 'r ind I aslicd If any man 1 i "s'lirie i nm there, and the. ' me he did not Know of him, i t" ' lamea W. Osborne, the lawyer, "imnirr i p.tronued the bar. j iilleil nt rinbhnu.e. T ' I membered that Olivri was rmiei athletics and had 'V- ' nxei.il clubs to xvhlch he bc--'I I thought he might belong New York Atlilotlo Club, so I "'d it the clubhouse, 1 met a man e of the desks and asked for x'r Ot-borne. The man uald he didn't h m. but that James W. Osborne ' i nn mb r there. I auked that man a description of James VV., and ho What he said convinced me i Hi' friend was tho former Assistant ' ' Attorney. -'i 1 wiote a letter, addressing It lo "ii Osborne at tho N. Y. A. C x day Oliver culled, and that I nie I knew his real Identity." v in did you tlrst Identify Janies Ii. niirnoaea of your suit?'' th" I'tl '' a asked. 11 February !7," she said, "I had ' ase tu several lawycrM (xvhosn lie lefuses to tell), und one of t 'M mn he wouldn't take my casn 1 a adn sure of my Identltlcntlon. ' e ,t m to US llroadwuy, to the Hour (where .liunes W, ' cs oflices nie located) and I ts.i Vr- i, r tl ( ,1 f If "I ' I i the ball for .lames W. to " Fln.illy tin canio with two .rid three men. In the dark . Artr, t-uru ho was the man, and I "i I uilu back to the laxvxer. oi then tin lawyer refused to take K nil UeuHlyn, IJrookl.Mi lto. Wounded in (icniiiiii (' lia rue Karl N". Llewellyn, 22 xeas ild, of ! UT I'ntujicss Mtcct. Ittorlil.m, has tc , tilt in d to Ills studies In the setnoi clacs at Yale after seivliiR oinr inoiittis In ' tho ficiman ann, wliete he tccclvcil I the Iron rro-s for lirnxcry in the Medl lie alti won n entrant' clievinni for his part in a desperate c'latRe at Vines I III which he was badly wounded, I II was in ime . f the (leruiau attempts 1 to cross the Wer tint x ounR l.lewillyn was shot in HiIkIi and Hun lie ,a where lie dropped fur u day .ilul a tiiKht licfoie help mine in tile shape of a lift man stirReoli Hid llec fro .iU.ul s a teslilt of his iMimiils the I ntiK iii.ll walk, with u slight Uiiip and ulfms a Utile with his eves. , It was a" a MUilcn: ti.u l.lewellxn came to love fierniany and the i!e man , pe pie. so that he hurried rroni the sniiiotino In Paris at the outliie.ik o the war anil enlisted In the Mrst (ler man lecniltliiK station, llu had sou to the Sorhonne ft-Mii Yale for u six I months special coursv, hut before that i he bad attended a pieparatnry si'boi I , In Moellcnberif. the Schwerin (l niii.i , slum. He was gr.itluitet from the Herman Institution In 1311 with ilrt I honors, llefore nolns to liermany lie Braduaied fr. in Public Sclioo, 11 In llrooklvii and the lto.xa HikIi Helm 1. Kail Llewellyn Is the sun of Wlll.im I II. and Janet ti. I.'owellyn Ills fathir Is vlee-lut.slilent of the Ice Properties Company, r.o Church street, lie Is the sunset of thtee . hlldren FRESHMAN TO JOIN ALLIES. I'miii" l.iixvi-riire HIM IJel. onr' Y. t" ill ersll . l.ciitt- rriini The mystery caused by the sudden disappearance of l)udle Lawrence Hill, - - - - .... ..... ,-..,... ., ..-.... ' , Osborne . He relened me to Made n . . V, 1 . J V . .' til t talked to Pax Id Slade about It on n. 1 1 ui 1 , ' ' . , P ivld Slade has -aid In several In- i xi ,bT'.t,..1,;.r!lr;,;n,.,:,o.i,,.,r' K,rl un 1 "It has been s.ibl tint I cave money to Oliver ohorne. That is not true lie Iliad plenty of money. Those two diamond nnss and the diamond cluster 1 my sters t.stlllel about were not I 'phony.' The llrst rlnn he caxe me tit i 1 the Ketislmt'on lintel, and twice he took , , It back to hive It le.et The same was ' ine r.isi. wnn tne cluster inn otner diani.ind i'iik he tool, them back j I sex-eral times to have them reet or i tled and then be woubl ic'.uin them I to me. Hut before be left me for Rood 1 be cot them and failed to trlx'c them back "I don t undeist.'ind how i .x can call this a consplrac.x If it xveie a con spliacy xx by should I take the i,ie to several lawyers xvbo wen- friends of Ins.' And why should I pick out James W. O.poriie, well versed ,n law, to sue, when thcie are s, many millionaires In New Yolk" H'lii she Wrote Letters. "The leason I iievei tol'd Ollvel I thoticbt he was James XV. Osborne was tb.it I didn't want to antagonize him. I asked him about his business and he ald shaipty. 'pon't be foolish, little Clrl." After that I didn't baxe the nerve i to sax- au tliltic " "Why did oi continue to write lu tein to the N. V. A. C. If you were sfe. Inc Oliver ex cry day?" "Whenever I wtote a lettei .i-k.u:; him to call he would show up the nel day. Another thine that made me think I xvas i-Ubt In bellevlnc he was James w o iboine was that James W. nexet com 1 tuunlcnti d with me to let in- knoxv 1 , was mistaken In sending lutein to him Onre I sent a lelstered letter, and when I didn't liefu from that I was positive Oliver hnd cot It. and that he was James W. Mr. Matshall does not -eem to realize this." "How did you happen to so to Plaln tlebl with a man you had known only ! one da.x "Well, It was not hue ..t til si isht exactlv." said the did. "It was either Infatuation or li)pmtlni. Sometimes I think he had nie bpuotlzed. From the tlrst moment I met him I had absolute ,ttust and lontbleiico In hlni " . ifmin December ii until Chilstmas I Kve she did not see Oliver, she, s.ibl and ! then be met him KOlllC west In Fifty- ninth sttcet with a his arm- The fact bunch of holly in that lie xvas coin west, and sain lie xxas mniiii moo.-, proved to her that he did not live nt If. I Fast Sixtieth stteet, while detectixes baxe located his effects. "Aie )ou still Infatuated with bun'.'" she was asked. "I hope Ihe) get him,' sue said, out I wouldn't h.oc iiuy. lung happen to hlni. They can't do anything, cull tlnv She ald Paxid Sladii was positive her identification of James W. osbotnu w i light, and believed absolutely In the Jus dc'e of her claims "lie diil thiee or four week' Inxes tlgatlPK before he tiled the suit.' she said "He and Ills brother were loxel) to me, and I'm sorry for nil the. pontile I've caused them. C.od knows 1 made an lioitof mistake." "When )ou tcallzed ,xou weie mistaken win- didn't )ou tell Pavhl Slade"" ' xvas afraid to," she answered, 'They had gone to so much trouble and 1 was awfully frightened about things I didn't knoxv what they'd do to tne It might have been better If 1 had, but 1 was so upsit I couldn't think what I was doing." First rounded (ti Mslcr. She said she Hint court led to her sister Porn that she felt .h had mad" a mistake. ThlK was on Thursday af-, let noon while going home after Kao had been released on .'.,iiuO bail. Kae said that In court she wan too ushanii-d be- cause ot tile way o.i ii.uih- ...... blackened lo look at James Osborne and so she kept her eyes averted. H was the same next morning, hut that afternoon, when she was xvaltlnc for her ball to be arranged, she saw Mr Os. borne In Commissioner iioiicniou s m- lice In a good light and rallied her tnlutnlvp. I "The only time i loonen ai nun inn ing the first hearing was xvheu 1 gave him that tcniuiy inoignaui iok ui.n you printed about," sho said, "flolng home (lie next nay i who m 'i. 1 was beginning to think 1 had nuule a mistake and sho said, 'Isn't that funny. I ni beginning to think the same thing?' "Then I beciimo mora convinced, and so I told my brother. Piter i tamcu with Mr. Splelbcig und then went to Mr. Marshall." She said tho only reason she started the suit xvas because Mr. Osborne had sent detectives lo Interview her nfter he had received Homo of her letters. They trlcl to Induce her to visit Mr. Os borne, but she xvas afraid to, she said. "There I xvas, an undefended woman, and I didn't know what Mr Osboine would do with his gieal Influence. So i 1 took tin: case lo the lawyers." Sim h;iII that unless sho Is sent to Jail she will leave New York and Mint life' over again. "I feel punished enough," she said, "They have pounded m enough for thu i Karl N Llewellyn. a freshman at New York I mversitv M,tPr wan supported by many atlthorl and lesalc'i of Peellskill. N" V. was ,(,,, ,,n, they concede that the illestlon solM-d Msii.idav nfterniii.il, when it was , W),eiher the lMstilci Attorne learned -.hat lie salted , l.a Touralne ,mll( ,,.., fr, Justin- Marean's on Saturday to ,om the All es Vmini! .ubmc was one to be decided by Justice Kill Is an ej.pi'11 allt.iillnbile dr.ver , ..P... ,1,,, - ,ie Kl.itllte movlded no and w ill Jo 11 the ambulinie corps .1 !' of ' Pie French nrni.v Hill entered the umverlt .'i I'Vb 1 ruary, liavlnc ,ent the first term at ! Cornell, llu ha been Krnutcil a year's leave of absence, so that h it. return to coIUkp not l-'ebruari 1 It Is sadi (itat bis parents consented , to his trip. IMw inl l- lldl, bis father. 1 u pre.dileiit of the Cnlon Stoe Winks of Peelisklll. I resi or my lire .mis. Osborne has been punished mo, but It has turned out all rlRMt r,,r ''T- ,lr hu-batid exonerated. ha. been "' l1'"1 '"' theatrical offers, one of ,,,, . ,, .,.k , , , , , "ui 1 -""! ' I lir.-ni sulci. le. Mis Kilo las, w liom line Is xlsltliu;, n.it, that when the kIi tlrt came to her on,. bist Saturd i.x sin- thteatened to commit suicide. '!. told me he. .tnrx then" cald Mrs. lllkelas. "and I nm convinced of Us truth. Poor little rool ' This uuv open her eyes "She is stilt Milling Osborne if he i nines mai v Oliver k. She told me so examination of oilvei inhumes two trunks and time suit cases found In the l.on-e at PH Fast Sixtieth street, where lie hoitrtled, was made xesteldav 111 tile Fe.leiiil Itiilldlnc One of the tlud xvas a tall collar mi which was written In ink: "Nov :I0. 1P1I SI. k with Cold. Arm) Nav.x (lime. Phil. i , Pa Franklin Field, iars." niMi olix e. Just Army In, Navy 0. Won .".0 dol l.Mtss Tanei told the newspaper In- attended this gauie with below this was vvtttteii. 'Won Hm dollars on llarx.ird game" The hand", tiling experts ..f the I'mted Slates Attorney's ntlb e say this writing' Is the same as othe, .-unipl. they haxe of llbxer's periuiBtls.ilii I In 'he l.t.g.ivre wen, among . ther articles, thtrtv pairs , f expensive shoes, perfumerx, f..u- kinds of talcum powdei. torn tattle-oak. skins, three oxercoats, tivent) s.lK shitts, nfty pairs of sU socks, a white sweater, fourteen sluts of iloihes, Including evening die, and a cuti.way six dozen ioll,i-, twentv tlvi. pairs t,f gloves, neckties by the luiidfu. and two watc.ie- The d' thing is all of gisid craile. Harold Splclhei g has inforun-d Pax Id Slid. flat he s llovt Mls T.lllei's i our.si-l The papers asking foi a ds continuaui e of tli- civil sin: against .1 lines W. osboine we e being ijr.iwn up xesterday l.etler Xlnile It 1 1 1-. The following leper, written b) Mis Tiim'.er to Oliver Osl,rne .mil delivered I.) the latter t,. James - i itborne, xxas made public x sterdii) . "October ;t, ;.H "Pi:ai: Hid llov : Can't imagine bow proud and happy I am to liaxe a dear big boy like j..ii to care for tne. Yes, boy, I sure do enjoy your company ai I nape it xvill continue s,, f. r ever. Will It, iHiy'.' "Pon't know how I IUIS-e.1 yoll. llllllev, for I have not been a lilt happy since I last saw )ou. I want y. ii i- be tiui to rne und trust tne, for I han given ii)i every thought of the doctor ami h i i n't seep hlni Kince 1 un t you. 1 will do au.xt'iing )oii want mo to do, for I love you ll I id xxlll do all In mv p. wer tu make i.'ii happx. "Hurt the ioor hoy Ihe other inch: but. hnuc). 1 won't i vi r do It again (cross my heatt). Soiy you vveient feeling well and I couldn't muse x u. but nexet ml it il , big bo , I ivlll make Ui for It when I se )ou; will Just love you, oh, so it. rd. 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AFTER BAR INQUIRY; Coiniiiittpf Finds 'Hand I'irUed .IikIuc.n' Cliiirfio Was l'n- wii mi ntoil. ; .iriii: ciMTirisKi) too The special coniiiilttee nf the lli liar Association appointed lliook to In- vestlifate Klstrlct Attorney Crupsev s li.ili In llftntier liiut tiefnre the l-'Ultlltl Street Hoard of Trade l oncernliiK "hand-1 picked .ludces" In connection with thc prosecution of the Indictment aKaln't es-Comptt oiler I'M ward M. llrout, made ts it-port to the liar Association l-ifl 1 nlcht. The committee clears llrout of tin 'harKe that hi- picked" Ills .Indues, and tlnds the lilstrlct Utotney's state tin ills "uiiw.irmiiti'd," but concludes that the lemaiki of certain llrookl.Mi .IliilKes VM'te to be "reKtetted" The loninilltee reports that while Su lieme Court Justice Marean, who beard arnument on Ml (trout's deiniirrer to the liidlctmetit. was Mr (lioufs friend, bis iilposltlon of the matter hh tnoper, but that .lustier Marean's reniaiks that l'lstrl'' Attorney Crop-ey's efforts to iciuri an ndjourmneiit of a certain mo tion In the ivise was in "bid faith" as unjustified " lurrr In siiiirllnn .IiiiIkc The members of the oommlttee imree thin Jtisllce Marean's illFtKWttlon of the riKlit of aiipeal. Th" I'omm.ttHe a that Ihe District Attorney' propel" nurse to lest Justice .Mai can's rnlliiir was by a writ of piolil- billon befoie the Appellate lhlslon The connnlttee believi that had Hi: trkt Attorney Crnpsey asked Justice Mire.ui ti open his default so he could apply to the hlcher court for Mt.'li writ. In order that the higher tribunal might pass on the case. Justice Marean or any other JuilK'" would have ctatited the iil.tiltcallon -ei... ii,- rtn..l...fl ... ... r.. ..t In the liar Association's looms In """" '' Montacue strtet by the president, confident th-it when Charles ,1. McPermott. i. solution ,h" Wl,r "ermany s . lalnis will be ilfered bx C. Augustus llavlland to in-1 '" ognUe.l as Just He snbl In hoped dorse the report and tile It awax fur U"' I'mt.d Stales would il-e lis In lefeience on tli ground that tin Kind , '' "' " 1'iexent a .) Infrlnceinent on cnintv Justices wtre "abuud.intly ,,b!i 1 i i. I uiatiys ten .tor). sucKistit'C tl.nl if to take cure of tb. inelxes, " was tabled. U' h a que-l' ti t ame up it should h ll.S. ctetary of State IM ard , b ft to the popiil.u x"ote of the sections l.aansky succested that morn time be ' of the lountry Itixolxed civ en for a study of the upon and that Coming t.. b!s ( blef iraument, luiw- a in.. i num.. II.. us place be provided ' r the next meeting, is m.ii.x persons who .ittendnl last night's session xvete standing In th" hall outside the room Accoidlncly action on the ri port was i.tn.,ed until Apill !'. .liisllei- lleneillcl rlllclsed. Shall) it. tb ism ol Supreme Coin I Justice Uelli-dlCt ts made 111 the lepoit as follows "in our opinion the act ot Justice Mened' t in delivering from the hetuh ill opinion sexe-elx censuring the P'ltrlci Attorne) i'.r the remarks made by him at the dinner of the Hoard of Trad-, without sintering him to be board of defend himself, was not the protei tre.itnuiit to aicord a member of the bar und public ottlcer. llrtiit vxeight Is attached by the coiiimunlty to dei'larati ns made by tl ourt", i and Hie animadversions by the court on' the action of a member of the bar might most srr.ously Injure hts char- I acter and impair his ability to obtain a livelihood I "We do not irtlmate that a court in.iv not p'nperlv criticise and condemn tn conduct of an attorney when the subject I matter before the court calls fur tt, I In this care, hoxxev-r. the statements ! of the Pistrlct Attntne), for which he was condemned, were not niude ill court, nor did the fact that he had made them In anx manner appear on the npplira. tion then before the court ' The committee, composed of Fdgar M Oulb" ex-Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals; Mt.ert IV I.umb, Sanford II. Steele, James P. Hell and Melt r Stem brink, concludes the following comment on Mr. Oropscy . "The only attempt to Improprny ap proach the Judges stems to have been made bx the Pistrl. t Alton.) himself, action on h s part fully as subject to criticism as an) similar attempt on be lialf or the defendant would have been. "The effect of such charges mnde bv a person holding the high public ofllce of Pistrlct Attorney necessarily impair the cotilldetice of the public in tin- ad ministration of Justice. "From both points ot view the action of the District xttornex In making such c.arges was lilghlx Improper" P. S. BOARD AIDS RECRUITING. .Natal XIIIHIb lifts Perm 1 1 for Posters un siiIiwh)' otinfts, The I'll st llatlainif, naval m 1 t.a. asked the Piibll'' Service Coinnilselon f yesterda) for permission lo paste re- . ouiting posters on shafts of the new subway excavation, When the ropies' c utile, iierore the i oiiinimlon J. Sergeant Cram nodded s.igety "When this lhuoiieaii war is settled, ' said he, "the I'nlted States is pot going to be xery popular anywhere cxecp at home Wo shall need to have o'lr army and navy In hbape for the protec tion of out women and children. We must do everything xve can to hu'.'d them up I'm In favor of these mtets Mr Cram made a motion and it wis carried. 1 maintained during the most I.OSTON PROVIDRNCH SAYS U. S. MUST KEEP GERMANY INTACT Prof. K lino Ki'iineUe Flcspi'iiU I Our A ill in Phut ( In f ions. co.tiiu:nt ok winnino (leiinany's claim to the the help.nr (tin t'nlled peare iii'Koliatlons that synipnthN anil States In the will end Ihe preseii llurnpean war was outllhol last evenltiK nt the dinner of the llionomb' 1 Club In Ihe Hotel Astoi by Pr. Kutio I'raiuke. ptofessor of the history of (leriiiiin culture In Harxatd IViixctsity. He arcued It has bien Hie trulltion.il Hilb of the 1'niti'd Slates, n it li.is of (lerinaiiy. to ixntk for the incorpora tion of the fieedom of the sea Into the p. 'ilium, nt law of the nations i Hi, lill.t.a.1 lh.il It. tin;. ill. ll. ll.e ev.-lit 1 of vli'toi), would seek to end liill.iiiis Mile of the seas and aiRiie.1 that tin' I'mted States should blip to that end He pointed out that the 1'tillisl Slate", i withou uielillonliii: ill fell for lieroianx-! as the outcome of the war, should 1; j to pi event the bl. llklm; Up nf I iel lllall.x . I for that woubl lead lo mote wars, and insisted that even with xlctoiy for tin Allien this country should iel to end I Klicland's conttol of the sens t Tr.it, .ii In lef, was Pi of I'ran. ke s n , Keitlon concetniiiR "The Cnlteil State ' a ,i a. -i maker ' lie made tin .id.lle-s as a part of ihe ivuiihk illsi'tiso., which was dexoted to the iUe' on 1 "llox. Can America llest Piomot. Pei ill. in. 'ill IV.ice lletween Nations"" Pro" I'rniicke's si h "as listened to 'tr . lnr :t was i.iiii.'iiiiite.l only n. the l.eci mine hy applause, mid the handclaiilui; at the . li t ixas not so nip ins as t e.(i I bbh CHet.-d the tiler Spc.lkel. Willi lli'llsei uuix'eisit , pe.H'i. at. I v different lilies Opposes nils I lot Inl run. Pi ' l-'r.in.ke said he did not sm-. p.Ulnre with the movement started bv lie-man Aunri. ins lo pill an emoarcn i oi the s'i pim lit of ammunition and. mr, he pointed out that the Fnittil Mates and Prussia In l?T. iMiielu.'ed a treatx to the elTet t that in the event of 'war il' inei.h nil and tradlnc xesseln not catr.xing contnibind should be al- I lowed to pass fi.e and unmolested, lie ..'cued that this con-try bad nought up to the time of the tirst Hague con xeiition t.. timet ti.-at.. s exempting the prvale propirlx. excp' out rub mil, fr.'in si iziir.- on the 1 ich sens rtilt-.l States Senatoi llenrx 1" Hollls of New llumpshne ,in "The i.iuse of the priM-nt xxm . a cotitest i'o trade supremacv . Tiie gte.itest .1 1 J .1 otil.l I U be xvll . best pro tects the trade of his country." He lulled that business nteiests were iek ng to involve the I'nlted States ami Mexico In vxat with the aim of having this iountry prote-t American Invest mi nts in .Mexico Pence Xlox eliienl n I'nrce, August Schx-ati, former retat) of the Minister of Forilgn Affairs of Sweden, .aid "The viiole pea. e ni'.vemeiu tu ,1 far. e. What xxould xxe think of u. tempting to reform i rlmin.il by taking them Into soccties .mil promising to ,.pix . i t llu rub ' ' lie limited lo tixe thi'ias as necessnv for ii.'eruatioM.il pe.ue. n.imelv, the iln,i: a.vix with the i i' o'l.ti vuvxi.ivnt adaption of a -npreme in'ernation i . .Illfs.li tion. mar litre pol', e t. pat'-oi ihe liii.li .... world it :7.etislnp and the flx.it oi of the s'.ength nf Intern. ition il poll. at all boundal x l.'n s Kollo Ogdt M. editor of the New York ', 'infill l'n!, a.d t' i C-i- , mn1') would 1-,'ive no p. in 1 1 t'u 'iing pcicc "Offices to s'ion experts il lo give tile greatest convenience, the must clliricnt ni range, inent, in a minimum of sp'ii c, will red lice ,vour rents n nil belter xonr norkinp cutiililions, l'.ven the smallest siiilc. in Aeolian Hall, proxiile air atnl tip lit in pleiilx, ami good working spin c ll suliilivisinns arc cure, fully planned t meet the tenants' nccil anil I lie in- lallations arc of llic vei v liijllicst i liiss-stiirilyiarli. lions, wcll-dcsijjneil iloors, linrdwiire and tilling. (Wiles in Aeolian Hull arc, in fact, arranged lo I i i i .'y ' "ataiaaia " ( j." ir n -i di , . .i," i. . .-" ' !H9"fc '.: ,-11 1 OFFICESMEQJjrfHALL .. ' Vr-J-' "Sj'iS 1 ft 'ZZt;'-1 I I'll "-11 .ulMli.i II 11 !' ilmni A DcLiur Ilnnklci on rripir.sl AEOLIAN HALL 'A Community oj Worthy Neighbors' ELLEN & JEFFERY tAgents Tor AEOLIAN HALL ' TELEPHONE. BRYANT 897 QKeMostRmous i Cigarette in the World Smoked tn Kovaltv and tlif ITUtr Of Sod(tN VAFIAOIS &CO CAIRO, tcrsr 111 L'l.tlatiotis ex.lpt to IllVlte tile COII lele.'s o .net I bile He slid fllltlli'l ili.it .1 w.ll be impossible mr tin' I'n'tert States to play an) part .n world pol. in s unless "w li.ixe an i.e.ualc woibl poll, x Pi. if Chailes X,.i, iii.ii. f.. m-i 1 of the l'li' . i s!x of Ch1 '!". also spnKo BELGIAN RELIEF FUND PASSES MILLION MARK Need Still (Iron! ii ml Wol'U I III (id On other Contriliii ti(in for Win Victims. i'lie Helgl ill Kellcf Fir d U.issed Iho nill in dollar miitk )estei.ln. The It.-v .1 1 Mlllematis. ptesldent of the fund, sum that the committee couldn't let tie iiav go bx wiibout t miiklue the merlcan public. 'Thl- i lllii.n ilnilat- tells tin most .liipie.it sioiy of Anierieai I'uiitx." said Mi. Stlllcmari.". "At the same time ' want to .ay emphatically th it our . w.'tk ba not by an;, means ended. l'loiii nil leports xe Uiirn Hint the peed j ' it Itelguini continues and that the lbl , -i.ms have nothing to eat except it . comes from America " ' 'iic l.iHM,'iur..l I xiio. the Belgian . ltellef Fund acliiexed )!. tday is said, lo be the largest amount evtr ralnd ' ' o) a commit ti . on behalf of foreign' 'charity The smallest contribution v.is one cent, left at the i fflce at Hi llrldge i ' streei by a Chinaman hist September i The luisest cotitrlliutiiirs were three i I clucks for IP', i"h All an atigeinellts hive been coin cided to. the new comfort Kite xvbich t Uifavette Fund is uolnc to tend to the i o'n alts. ( nt Fn mil sohlb'ts and i those ill the tl emiies Yesterda) 's cuntrlbo"o.. to the Amur- i. a' Ambulant Hosplt il in Pans were l.ii"C. bringing the total up to J3S2.- . I !)3!l.ll. 1 i The Vacation War llelief Committee a. know b lined the tcieipt or TK'.0i!: the Seoours Nation ll Fund, 4n : the Servian Agriiultuial Keln-f Co'iunlttee. sil . IU" Ai.rli'an Woiiiei.'s War He In f Fund. oo; the American Polish i Kellcf Committee. Md; Persian War ! Iteoef Fund, $:!.i;'.'. the Committee r Merx, 2.".l.xf.. Contributions xes terda to the Nt w York State Ho ml of .the American Ked Crois were S Total cortiibutlons to date ate l.i..- ; 117 :.: Miss l.utMt.i A l.tlanil, of SOU Park avenue, in rough Tin: Srx Isbe- to i thank the many women xxho nave helped ' ber make and ship to Itelglan tef'lgee ; xxnme" .vti i.non -ew.ng kits Yesi-r- dax -lie 'ilnle public a b-ttel o 1 it. . tilde rerelvisl from the Prefect of the ( seltie .f.d Xlartie, '.Olthriti l-'tllll. e l.ef- tes of t'. inks b.ne a Si uie fio" , Mrs Kobett lllis In Paris and from Pi Hcnrv van 1 l.e F S Xtub.iss nloi i i II .Hate! Illook. for XV Ire The W' -te-. i Fn I luster reellnus. ni Telegraph Com- ti m' hts distnlniteil a spe. la Faster' blink to lie u-ed fo- Faster cint.ngs The use o' th" t'legrapll for this p'p pnsp s r.ipnil) grow ng In public fax-.ir Tie blank is cube I'-' eil with Faster p'les n g-fin and ormgr Your Order' xour order and In xour tiislc. This linnilsome new structure i 1 1 1 l)e l.uxc ollicc liuildins of I'm l.v-lsccond Street, ll licniitiflll, pcrfcclly served suites provide ideal loca tmni for executive oflit e, "alts licnilqii.'ii tcrs and fur professional men who ilcd with a liigii-rlnss i licntclc, 'I'lioxe plannitip lo move in May, should rinse their lca.es at the carlicxl dale po.sili'e. 'I'lic time ii sliorl and partitinnini; and oilier .illerations done nr lonlini: lo Acoliiin xtand arils cannot lie romplcled in a day. s THREE NATIONS FIGHT TYPHUS IN SERVIA Win'kcrs rroni 1 . !s.. Kimlniul .mil I'm hit I'orin .loint foniniiHi'i. V"'"' 'il'.V llf'imlrt lo Till. M I'MPS. Match ,Hi. The I'nlted St id", Ihylaiid and Fiance beieafler will xxorl, ticctber to llirht typhus In Set via. The x-arlous roinniltteeu, nssorlatlons ami In dixldlials w'ki baxe been selidlnc Slip- plies, iiutses. medicines an. I physicians to tint i-.imtrv will now pr eed und. r one committee, which will ficllllate tho win k. This was at'ieeil upon 1 .-da) a: a inlifc cine pai tlclp.ileil la by a French itoxe mneiit iciireseiitatlxe, llrni-st p. Ililkliell. lepleseiitlnB the Aineilc.in Ued Pro's and llic llocki feller War Keller i 'oininissii.n. th.. n. Aithnr Stanley mid Sir T mm. is l.lpt ,n. The iiK'ei'itieut to wolk In baimoitx Was soon tillclletl and the execlltlX'e '.miii.ll'v whli h Is to illtect the woil: was clinseii. It (onsMs of III. (i. iid P. Slrom.', bead of the Hiiixaid School of Tropical Medicine; Sir lialpb Facet. Itrltlsli Minister to Set v'li, anil Pr ,Ioub..tt, head of the French mission to Servl.i, xcliii has Jut cone tluri A specliil .-01111111111 e fir Paris was ap i.ntisl to cociiioralo with the iuuthe cnunlttee made up of Herman H Harjes, llldcel.x Carter. Cap! l.lnds.i.v . Und li aiivllle and Finest P Hlcl.lRll The followlnc new mi tubers hax,- been mlded to the Kussl.in teller sub. com mittee Icliare J Paderewskl. the ni'i., ! 1'ir.r I'lU. Melelinlk.fr of Ihn asteii. Iiisti'ute. I.eon li.ikst, tile painter, a,. 1 Maurice Fphrui and Ar- Hun llaffai b.Vitcii I 1. 1 OI s .OOIK'IO, V ! . ..'.... I ,,i tir- New V .rl cotninitlee. lias returned from l etiogtad, w her- he spent thtee weeks lint silgatlng Kuss.an nlief iieids. Mr. Morgan saw Count Wltte on tills matter two days befoie the Coun"s death. At bat tune, lie says, the Kusslnn states, man set med to be feeling line. William T Priston of New York and Cbarl. s Higg.nsor. J lined ihe Harjes ambulate , with the second French annx , 1. Altaian & (Un. Readly - to (Th.rd liCW Lis, are shown 5m assoriinrterats. Srjiper.or rr.ir.iter.aSs Praces S33.00, 200 Womeirn's usages :n a snia'i sewi-dress modei, acvoiiccc.o jjabErdl.ruC and shophierds' checks, wa3'; placed or. sale, commencing this day d&y), at the very spec5a" rprke c M. Altntatt k (Hd. Womemi's 0k Hosfiery for the Spring and Cwrrimer seasor.s, now be'; z shO'Vira, features all of the fasraioraaiiie 4".o'!ai, as vcEl as ihe staple white and1 iblad-;, erd deludes rrtapy aitrati'i fore-sr. and Ameracap. .".mora iiiraklira? these are some very rhnc bJa: arad-vi'state combinations En daaxreond! b: c'Tieckerifoard effects tfiai are tfan Sest wr 5rj smart "raossery. .a very coinraiprehcnsave assortnniea'Bt of C- drcn's The Upholstery DepartmeiUvl has unsurpassed facilities fnr cxiccutaon of orders for Slap Co and Forch Clraadcs, and Dc-or, iPorcln Avnans. A new and very tare assortaraeni of proprlate rrsatcraals for ZUp Covers, iL'caat S'hO'Wn, EaTicliidcs Eeljiarj Lis Straped Damasks, and imported and can G re to fanes. SMbmtt samples and ta'ke r.T.ea3uren,!cr..ts. Safety Storage for Furs, Rugr- inc Draperies fltftlf Atirnur-iflal.lflnn Atintur 34tl) mil 35t!i &trn?t Nw Sn 4 EMBASSIES BESIEGED BY U. S. GUN SELLERS (iillTisOII ISlll'III'M'll ll l- Innpls lo ltn I'il'lcs Mice lli'fllMll lo N'll. IVxFlll.MiToN. Mli-i h tO Sc. irtirv Oatrlfon and other olllcals of the ir IJeparttnenl eMnisse.l thenwelxes o-d x as satlsllfd that the alleiop's to Ion the thousands of dlsc.uibsl .iiihv nil. In United Mates ai-feiial arn now at an nd. What has nma.ed the Wnr lb p. ill in. nt in all the iittrlitunis that has been collie on has been the ii'iinbir of p sotis xvbo entirtalneil Hie iiolixii that ll UiMlhl be possible 'II bll.X Hies.. nlleH itcspltci the positive atiiioiiiic. tni'lit that none ixould be sold diiiltiu 'he war in Furnp" The announcement tin r on., of tbeso i Hen xxould be sold to ,m one durii i! the war xxas spnad bronlc.is; froni U'ashlncton sixeiat nmi.t' nun, with tile purpose .'f pleXlllllll,! plospe. I'M. . ir. hanrs nf arms mm mmui.itloi.s Horn brine Imposed on by Individuals n'Ptesentlnc theniselxes to bi in a posi lon to deliver the arni wiapons. H was supposed that all iiiicn-tcd In such purchases xxould learn of the War Pc paitmetit's attitude and would there foie pa) no attention to c.iiins xvhlih prlvatn Indlvldu.ils inlclil ma ic to them It was le.lttied to.Oa.x t , it tl.c etc hassles of till- iiillcd I lover . nnis t.a'. been beslrced by xvonld-b" nlbrs f Hie armv rtpn Tin- llrit.'h, l'n n "h .) Hi...! .1. V,nl. ...i.,l,iis u r ' ,", ,. , ' ', . . .V, ,, .. ... ; ; ; ; , ' ' ;,; i ,.. .. . ,, , , ,,, ,,,,. of the allied i lox erii'ileuts alxvixs it n generoit. advance of coi't-e on t- usual price nsKed bv the War Pep irf ment for these Elms. The fuct of tin- matter Is , t pieru has been no Intent on fioni t . iiret on the part of the Premlent t" pei-nlt ' sale of these ntbs until aft- i ,.' w r and th it will eontinue to i.f Mr. Wit. on's attitude. One of th.. tlrst iluvnrnmi i" cek I to pun hase the aini was C n i. - vveEr Floor) Uepari meat Ciituii'U'iiiyiiinix. comrapleie arid worknianshap-. S45.00, -Ti58.00 e?i j.son.oi) Sprfiirag Suit 34 to 44) lines i r 'f 7 povelties, both sr. oil inc 'oskry, araitudans fain:y sockr, is also En stock. vers. Varedo'v Waridow :ers, cri- -.li : fe 43- to "l ' "-.'.