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A KING ON THE WATER WAGON
F. Cunliffe Owen tells in next Sunday's1
SUN the remarkable effect the King's
blow at the Demon Rum will have on t
voluntary temperance In England. I
THE WEATHER FOREC
Cloudy to-day and to-morrow; continu
Highest temperature yesterday, 66; lowest;
Detallod weather null ami marine reports on pago
VOL. LXXXII. NO. 222.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1915. (.'opirl.M, 191R. V the.Hun rrMlnp and Publithtng tsjortaKon.
FRENCH SEIZE 1 tlk of peace is heard
TOWN IN DRIVE
AGAIN AT WASHINGTON
FOR ST MIHIPI I Sl,6Sestion of Terms Acceptable to Germany Regarded
rURQliluiniDLl asa Peeler) and Also as Move t0 Blame
Oi'i'lMH f IK V.t!ll-.Vi. A -'till-'
Ten Days Tenifir
Allies if War Is Continued.
Wasiiinutuk, April 9. Efforts lo
Blurt a fresh discussion of pence in
Kurope worn mnde conspicuous hero
lu-ilay liy publication of reports thut
tli terms which Germany Is prepared
to consider as n basis of ending the
wnr have leen' communicated to the
l nlted Stales Government.
There U no evidence that mien In -ho
ense, but thcro Is aliundiint Indication
thut there Is a strong desire In cer
tiiln quartern thut the possibilities of
licnitn shall ho niftta!...! iine. T!iU
cntre of dcier.ito HirUtlmf. has been , (le8ll.(i u , rMi ,, , from
LWADKIIS KAIL IN
15 ATTACKS IX WOOD
gi MMiiiv or tiii: waii m:w.
I.c Kp.ires. dominating the
Woevre plain and for come days tho
taken ly tlu 1'ienoh. Thr French ef
fort to crumple up the weilgo extend
,.ns to St. Mlhlel has developed llerco
t'shtinc n' several point!! In thin re
cuii. with the Germans niukluK re
pealed counter attacks, lint, accord
Ins to the Kronen ofllclal reports, fall
ing to recover any of the lost ground.
I'.fteen German counter attacks wern
made and repulsed yesterday In th
Murtmare wood, west of I'ont-a-Mous-mn.
Tli German tiftlci.il statement
r.grres with the French recanting the
fierceness of the fighting: in this re
gion, but s.iy.x that the French have
mffered very heuvy lense. and that
their attacks have been entirely un-
iiK-eviful. ThH Gernmiv announce
that 'hey have tiombarded Hhelms
tram with Incendiary shell.
wish to tlx a responsibility for the
continuation of the war on the Hide, of
the allied Government than from any
expectation that the time ban como
for achieving any definite results In
the direction of peace.
In German quarters the discussion
of peace seems to be more welcome at
present than elsewhere. Publicly tho
statement Is made on behalf of Ger
many that tho war will end only when
the Allies see that It Is Impossible to
defWtt or crttih Germany. 1'rlvntely
It is added that this realization on the
part of the Atlli Is near at hand and
that the lighting may tie expected lo
end within the next fow months.
Wnr Piillnn Nuruml Coorir.
Klsewhere, In circles where there has
been some experience In the observa
tion of wars and peaces, tho recurrence
U. S. YIELDS TO
Shan) German Nolo Charges
We Accept. Food Bar.
but Ship Anns.
IN MEXICO IS CITKD
V.aillNOTOS, April !. A sharp note
Jint received from the German Govern
meat complains that the United States
has virtually submitted to tho British
older In council, which prohibits com
merce. Including that of this country,
from reaching the Teutonic allies.
Herlln complaliu that the- Allies are
. . !.! ...til I l
receiving arms aim n, . tmln nv yfars anu those to run
tlm united rqnics nun unit.
..rniiw.nt. while Insisting on Its legal
Petingnid adv.ces Indicate that the
n . ins now are In control of nearlv ' nf l,ffaco "lk hls llr"e I" Pointed to
all the Carpathian passt-.s and the ' il "'Kn that tho war Is followlns
rr n' lpal suuiniltH of the Ueskld range. I perfectly normal and usual course In
t..e ra.lroods and the hlshways. pre- i every respect. It Is tainted out that
paratory to the Invasion of Hungary, tlmince Is, after all, a big Issue with
T'.ie Kusslans do not fear the result j i tlm belligerent Powers and that
In this section, but are looklnn for a'i tl.r chpf problem Is to raise the money
German counter move ,n the north. , wlth whcll to eiirry ,m ther mlltary
. . . . i ... il. 1 naval oprAtlon.
in', peace with Ilussla. thus mukimr ' Tallln Pf h l,lml. Is the
it orobalile that Italv would t unable simplest and eaalest method by which
ti obtain any concession for continued to revive omtldenco and tlius help the
neutrality. Intervention talk con- sale of war securities. In this comiec
tinues Without ofllclal support, but ' tlon one Is reminded that, despite the
with the basis of continued military President's views on the question of war
preparations by Italy. loans. Kith German and French war
rapt .lohn Itlchard Greene of tho , 1(0njM ,, oUh Illay bc ,,urchlU(.j
(!elmshlp Voes, which waa sunk by c te(, um, 1P mo
ir:rrz: a. ,.., ,. r.
mnned help, has received a cotnmls- '' I" I" "-r at ,he 1,lre"r
n ns l..eiitennnt In tho lloval Na- will be tlm demand for European war
ra! lti-.-erve anil the DistlUKulshed Ser
v nu-tl.il, his oflicers hnvo received
1 watrhes and the crew pram of
snrltles In thla eountiy.
While most of the talk si,rns to fnv
viewed with lame reservations, but ars
still regarded as Interesting.
These terms are described as follows:
No extension of territory for any
or th belligerents,
German evacuation of ltelglum
without payment of any Indemnity.
Payment by Germany to U'.lglum
of a reasonable sum for the Congo
A general International agree
ment establishing the freedom of
tlie seas In tlniu of war.
Immunity of commerce from at
tack In war.
Secretary of State llryan denied em
phatically to-day that any proposals,
suggestions or Intimations regarding
peace Ind reached hlni from any quar
ter, either from the belligerents them
selves or from persons In a position to
nreeent their views. It can be accented
as a fact, however, that tho Washington
Administration Is quite as well luformeil
as any one with regard to the ptoposals
which the belligerents nro willing to
Count on llerntorff also emphatically
lenlcd tliat Germany had made any
proposals looking toward peace.
No Definite Aellon Yel.
Through an Infinite variety of sources
the Administration U In a pniltlnn to
keep Itself fully Informed of all develop
ments and It Is satisfied thai there IS
nothing to be done of a definite char
acter. The Administration has good rea
son t" be atleflcd on this iiolnt.
It Is realized, however, that before
theru can b any move toward peace
them must bc a certain amount or talk,
r.nu.eouen'ls'. Intimations which have
reached ol1lcl.it quarters here as to th
German terms or other proposals are
merely nparded a the nrst steps toward
a discussion which may or may not ad
vance tho situation to a state In wnicn
something of a definite character can be
looked for In both ofllclal and dip
lomatic quarters here It Is also appre
ciated that the belligerents themsvles
cannot at this time espouse peace talk
lest their positions be weakened.
It has been often pointed out that the
several belligerent" have already prom
ised their peoples o much from the war
that It will be dltllcult for them to ac
tpt a peace which Is not the ieult of
complete defeat yet gives them llttls
or nothing to show for the fearful sac
rifices made. This phase of the situa
tion Is really teganled as one of the
most serious obstacles In the ay of
definite moves toward peace at this time.
I.nteM More m Kerler.
Just how far the belligerent Govern
menX ar willing to go In encouraging
thealk of punce started heie will be
known In a t-w dns, It is believed, by
ntehlng the newspapers In the lIIIg
elellt eo'lntrlc. All IIP" under the
strictest censorship and can print prac
tically nothlrg beyond hat the Gov-1 v-lriiiallv as tho agent of American
eitunents desire Should the discussion1 .irm in if,.Mig from the ltrltlsh author
NEW BOND TAX
G.O. P. REVENUE
Scheme o Give Tarty Clean
Slate in 1010 Ts i
BONDHOLDERS WILL i
WAGE BITTER FIGHT '
Aliuni, Aprlt D. Those who oppose
the Talmsge hill putting an annual tax
of two mills on secured debts as well
as a registration tax of five mills are
no better pleased with the bill Intro
duced yesterday by Senator Ogden 1
Mills of New York. They say thut !f
anything it Is worse, even though it dif
ferentiates between bonds to run for
right b ship arms to l-elllgerents, does
not with equal energy pursue Its right
to ship foodstuffs and non-contra.hand
articles to the civilian population of Gcr
many. Tlie note urges tint the spirit of neu
trality should be observed and cites
President Wilson's address to Congress
on Mexican aftnlrs In August. I'M.
This Government's reply probably will
deny vigorously that tho United States
has acquiesced In nny way to the order
In ooundl and probably will refer to the
last note sent to Great Uritaln, which
argued lit length Its opposition to tho
vleK)lnt of the Allte on the blockade
The United States has maintained from
the outset that Its iiltill on the ship
ment of arms ha- been enforced Im
partially. GERMAN TRADE MOVE.
V. X. to AM Importers In lirttlnit
Condi HniiKht lleforr lreh t.
Wahhinuton, April 9. Following the
note of protest to Great Hrltaln agalnt
the Hrltlsb order In council. In which the
United States does not recognlie the
validity of Interference with American
HOW STOCKS HAVE SHOT UPWARD
Following is the list of twenty-live leading industrials
nnd twenty-five leading railroad stocks with prices as of yes
terday's high, compared with those of the low of this year and
the net change in yesterday's prices from the prices of July
30, 1914, the day before the Stock Exchange was closed:-
Yes- July 30,
If r- Low 1914, to 1
day's price, Apr, ,
prtca. 1915. 1315.
, a; M IS
. ?, 3.m 2I!H
Alnsl. Cop , . .
Am. licet Hug,, com
Am. Can, rem
Am. Car Fuiind., ram itk
Am. Vara., rem,..,.. S23i IS
Am. Smelt, rem .... Attsf, AH
Am. Mtignr, rom M SPi,
Am. Tel. ft Tel 110 11(1
llelli. .steel, com 1 1.1 10',.
II. I'. (ioodrlch. om G',
lien. Klertrie MOV MS
tien, Motors, rom ...HIVa S?
Int. Hart. Corp, rom . Tl'a A.1
Mm. Mot., com G1, lAVi
Met. IVt :4 nl
Nnt. I ml, rom nl'fe 41
Ktinlrlislirr, rom, ... (IS'i M
I . s. Ilnhlirr, rom... 74 .11
I'. S. Mrrl, mm .17 3H
Wrotlnglioiiae 7S til li
'nt, I'nlon HI A7 11
Willys-OrrrUnd, rom IS. S7
tNol Us led at lime of rioting of ei-rhange.
II. .. rom,.
I II. II. T
I t an. I'ne
'., M. ft SI. I., rom
I'., II. I. ft I'. . ..
It. ft II. (i., mm ..
111. Northern, pfd.
Inter. Mel., pf.l....
I.. A N
St.. K. ft T rom
initM N. V. Cent....
t ' 'rw llaten
Joy, North. I'mc
SOU ! hralward, rom.
Vi outli. Par..,.
Ye July 20.
ter Low 1911, to
day's price, Apr. 9,
price. l'Jlf.. 19 IS.
..101 un n
Son. Il pfd
. ... I)ll'i
Sales of Day 1.2IW.000
Boars Join Bulls.
STEM, VV: TAKES
MARKET WITH IT
Whirlwind Trading Con
vinces Doubters Dark
Days Are Ended.
U. of P. Trustees
Asked to Silence
Bull Moose Dons
moin than Ave years.
The .Mills bill, while it reduces the
registration tax j-omewhat, really In
creases the tax to be paid on long
term bonds. Under its piovlslon bonds
due In less than flvn years pay a regis
tration tax or two-tenth of a mill for
every year or fraction of a year tho
bond has to run. Itonds with more than
five years to run pay one-half of 1
per cent, of their faco value.
i !!.. .nr.l.l.rn.! tVllt til 1
miiis bin is another effort ot tho tie-' Peniisjivftnin Alumni Trotcst Coupli
publicans to get more Indirect revenues AtraillSt Pl-OLTfiSSlVO TcilcllCrS
I 'Net low.
j tt'omparril with pries rollaleral tni.t
DEMAND OF PUBLIC
WORKS NEW WONDER
Karl Bitter and
Wife Badly hurt
in Auto Accident
(Traders. Feeling Trend Ir
! resistible, Quickly
so that they can clear up the approprla
tlon bills and pave the way for a. clean
slate In the legislature In 131C. with
no direct tax In a year when a Ilepub
llcan Sta'e ticket and a Republican can
didate for President must appear before
strong Protest K.mpeeteil.
Owners of secured debts which come
within tho provKons of the Mills bill
Want Taft to Speak.
Pitit.AnrxriHA. April t. Influences
which were recently exerted to prevent
the Introduction of Progressive or Hull
Hit After Leaving
Opera .tushed to Hospital
Ife May Die.
Karl Hitter, th wulptor, and his wlfo
were run down In Broadway between,
Thtrty-nlnth and Fortieth streets t.tte country that tho public bc.ic-? the
Moro than n million and a quarter
dinres of stock were traded In on th
Stock Kxehango yesterday, tlm big
gest day In four years, with the ex
ception of tho panic il'iy of July 30
lust, which closed tho exchange. This
wai Interpreted throughout Wall
Street as tho flr.-t big announcement
to tho financial community and the
Pennsylvania again made themselves
inanlfi-st to-day In a report purporting
tn l.a th. ra..ninmam1utlrm nf the reneral
ire expected to come to Albany In droves I q to tn(.
.wu r,..u,i.,e - pjm ,gi,i py an automooiie ,lriNen oy turn )ms comn tn tho ecouo.n.c Mlua
to protest agalnt the jiateago of this
m"suie. It l aserteil by those famil
iar with th" financial situation in this
State that the revenues will he de
creased rather than Increased If the
law Is passed, because It will tnd to
.irlv,. each securities -ut of the State.
.... .,i u .uIIaiI tn the fact that Wharton
the Legislature during tho Dlx I uerui to me puoi.c. . ...
and In llielr writings aim puiiuc
boaid of trtHteea.
The rrport was submitted as the
work of a committee of 'alumni, who
made sn Investigation at the university.
One feature or the report reflects upn
the efforts of certain Instructors In th"
School to make thmelve
lldgar K. Jumes, an electrical contractor,
llvln; at lie. Madlon iivenuo. Iloth
wore taken to tho New York Hospi
tal, Mr. Hitter uas Injured the more
seriously. II!h scalp was cut and his
lNly inceiated, and ti. was Internally
butt Mis. Hitter suetiiliivd
dislocation of hr right hip Her face
was cut and her lega were badly
anate from Oermau sources. It Is under- , wmoti lias oc.;n si meo imre oe s.-riou , Hlt,f .,(.rm-slon t bring out ot (..erinany
n .. from the Admiralty. Tho Bin- Htiwil that the belllgeients are In the 1 "I;,;,, E,
I v ,-l Mno st,Miiier Tluseus was lrlt to irlve encourageniHut to any dls- , '" ' "TJ"r,.,".1 V .... This offer, h.iuever. applb at present
r'l.ieed ror titty-seven miles ny n uer
n . i s.ibinutine on March L'O, but es-
t i. d.
cusslon of peace terms In general, if
Mich encouragement can ! given with
out appearing to commit them In the
', lightest degree.
lent powers desire to have peace tl.e I njj. to KOoils purchaseil in Germany and
r.ti'M.-i-. tn t.t. iv t iouh-. I Ti.ii.l for by the iner: -an ouyrre .it-.tu,-
luii.ortHtinu of goods of German origin. , before
. . . . ,d.,ni.An it i ... i ...i .a,. ,!,, tr,. n:tkMd the law exempt
lllo.W li.mi. .m' " .. , - .... Ij.... ,, .,.1,1 ,1,,. th crltlclams
an unofiicial way to aid American Im-1 Ing securel debts rrom runner taxa- . , , , ,w
ZtZ M fricrmun goods. i tlon u,von payment of the restoration are aimed panic. larly at Prof. Seott
A letter I I sent out from the Pe-1 tllx of one-ha.f of 1 per cent, many peo- Nonrlne. who writes for "Vilm,
pamnent anutt'mclug tba, the Olllco of J ple wer- able to evade the annual tax , Prof. I'lydo I.. King Is ul-o .Kile;ed to
i.-nrulun Trntle Advisers Is prepared tot,,,, hi,.jh ecurltles undir the other tax lw under criticism.
laws and many people took lh eeciirt- The Wharton .cno.u pan m w.n i
tie-, out of the Stat" xo us to uld taxa- 1()rti ln whlch no names ar" mentioned,
tlon. The same thing will happ.n i.g iln i0lli,a:
If the Legislature passes ins law ih.u.- aiimlrable and efflt lent ad-
tton of the 1'nlted States anil that a
pciiKl of reconstruction Is ahead
Itankers, brokers. Industrial leaders
and railroad heads Mood In amazed
astonishment yesterday when a
possible great sweep of buying rollctl in on
the exchange, carrying prices with Ir
rfdstlblM strength to points no
dreamed of In the dark days of last
August, when It seemed as though
of "Iris " at the Metropolitan Op-ra ' ,CM wf rP down n(!Vt.r ,0 com ,,ack,
I Puis They crossod Hroadway almost to
the east side when n taxlcab forced the I , rnnrlnees Konbter.
uMtomnblle, which was going south, to
swing umitr.l tliem. .Me. James said Til" result of the bli? day Set Wall
ihat the vhot .ilf his view until jstrcc: on Hern edge. Strom; llnailfi,T
he whs within a er few f.-et of th , . , , . , ., ,
uilr. Me Hitler trle,i to nush his ' men who had resisted the upward
lug an annual tux on secures! neuie,
l ahserteii. ih.,r.. Is. bowevtr. one dlscordaat
"l-ll,. Stnte lias oee.u recett.lK utiviii ,
IMPORTANT TOWN IS
TAKEN BY FRENCH
P.nilMiasle. SHU Warlike.
'ministration ot th" dean of the depirt-
It H pointed out that though tho , , ,i. ,, which the Allies' ,.. . v..,, trm the lenlstta'tlon not", name.y, the tentiet. on no i-e .
bellU-ereiils may posstblv have r.viched ......u..,!,. r tr.le with ilermany Is hi Id I: ' .......u. ,i,l it is lKilnted out that of a certain . lenient In the i-ncning
virions eonetision based uihiii a biassed
altlliKt.i of mind, and oiten an Imptr
march In prices tip to tb's point as not
warranted by any sufficiently pro-
nouncetl turn In bus new conditions
tlius far. surrendered vesterda to
the conclusion that It Is safe to permit . . ,,' iriih (lovommeiit to have gone ', ......,. ,",f thlh leglstratlon tax law st,,ff to seek publicity by .1 .cuss on r
re.illv obligated the State to exempt
thele bonds from further taxation after
ih. it.ivioeiit of tho recording tax. The
Geriiiiius Ire llrlveii Kroiu l.rn
Cpnrues With lllu Losses,
.Krc(nl VaUr ltiiitc! tn Tin: Srs'
sued to th" gram! objee-s i be achieved
T is p)d '.i Les Hparges, the po-, before the war could end aie reiterated,
.i, ,iu i,i..i, Miueh of the ex- hut nevertheless It Is no secret that all
I' about which mm li or tne . x ,..,. r,.naie,l to see hnstlll-
tlielr people to tall; aluut e'ace, none ' i ', .nv-,-t
will darn to make any move In that dl- ,,, , i.-r.ip,i Trade Advisers Is
At the Herman, Austrian, French ami rectlon until public opinion at homo ha j ,filrn,i.. un tirms and Individuals who
Hrlllsh embassies here suggestions that b, , u cautiously ununited. I make liuiulrv that It will present I" tho i muj,, , it l claimed, woultl fore-
their ilovernmentH ure narly to seek The talk that has been started In this i itrltlfli Ihnli'nssy nrh evi.lence as Anier- , annual tax on bonds olre ul icgls-
peuce arc emphatically repudiated. The country Is, thert foie, regarded as hav-1 ,lWMrls ,,r KUMu bought In iter- ,y owtie-.s who paid the iegllri-
statements mad" nt the outaet of tne ng for Its objtvt nit only that of plac-' m',nv ,fr,. Mnrcli I nmv have to pie- ' tll, f,.e n the belief that thev would be
war oy in" iwtii uriimerriiii, win. r.- ing uie ma me lor en mi nuance oi tile war ..., Tim tirltlsh limb isi lias an- ,., ini,ii from annual taxation
by representing Hernial to be ready ',.,,,., i i, wm o,tn'ne such . vl- .
for peace ami to nelp the se of war ', k , Anieilcan owneuhlp and I i nfitlr, su llontltioltter-.
tho Powers are prepaied to see hnstlll
ties come to an end with the situation
far short of what has been publicly
demanded ns the conditions of peace.
According to the reports set In cir
culation here In the last forty-eight
hours, tho Herman Government has
made up Its mind as to the terms which
It woultl eoueut to consider at tins rum
j scere fUhtln-- of the past ten
t .t. tie tlistilct southeast of Ver
tl . iias icntrt.l, has been wrested from
t. e i ob i h.
1 us town, on tho northwe.t side of
tl lie nin- wedge which extends south
' Mlhiil. dominates the iilallis of
t Woevrr. The !eiliiniis evidenced
t Mcognlilon of Iti luiiortHiire to
.me in this legion by the stubborn-
i. h .ith which they defended It. nerhff11ff A iHt
Tue gieatur part cf the Herman works KOtClVIICl mJO
si ti .s point fell into the hands of the
1. 1 .1 lesterday when l,Sl'" meters
( i si o a mile) ot trenches were cap
Il e i .-.I hflld These succinics left
f si.iall io4itlous still In (.teiinan
t i- mi to ill" ilt fence of thee tnc
S concent r itid Hiclr atlentlote
l . i m mi was tliiwn from these t,
sec.nltie. In the l'nlte.1 States, but alsol, n)ll ,0 ,lm ,)rr .ntlhoritlc, in h .. . . ,
to furnish Indliectly the e:)h of nscer-1 , Italti suel, r 'co.niucn.lations a . U ', '"..'L . , ..Vl . , ' . .. i'
taliilug publli ojihiloii re-ar.llt,v' the
terms in which th" war may be settled.
Another quarter In which the eUect
of peace talk will h" carefully observed
1 In Italy ami the llnlkatis. It Is b
llcveil hero that should It strongly bo
Indicated that Octmatiy Is ready to talk
peace the entrance of lti.lv and m,sIIiIv
lis, than on bonds hereafter to be regis.
seem pioprr .... lered owiuis of thes(, bonds deciarn they
It Is desired by th'se methotl. to fa-;n,(U,,, , ,,e gating fair irctni.-i,- if
cllltate the dcllw rj III America of goods j Sl f)mM mv ,,rc..ed to levy
bought In Onnany hefoto the blockade ( lM.t ,,.,
went Into eiTeet. Tlio Hrlllsh iloverti- p,,.r u,,. Mills bill the annual tax-
In well Informed circles the present!! I some of the Italka'i countiles Into the
lions ot the so-called (iermaii terms are war mUlit be precipitated.
Boy His Auto Hits
Helps Child Into Cur Tnkcs
Him U Hoctor Not
. )sitions ibis .iftenif'oii and the
'if of Les Kparges was mado 'oin- -!
Tie I-'reii"h troops took ICO prls-
in tho tinal encounter. TaRHTTCWN, N. T., April S. A Iim-
T tiercene of the struggle between oulne, containing John P. Ilockereller.
I' i Mtum and tne .Moselle rivers Is In- members ot ms ramiiy aim i" uun.'i
meiit has given tepeaieu nssiirance u.:t. . (( 1m11i)
It liad no .lesire or inieniion in .msn H.t!i t)ll.
the practical luvaii'iiiiiun .tun' ivf
made lufur" the beginning Of lie block
ade, vet It was found by i'tati I '. part
nient' authorities anil b impmters tlwit
without some goerntin iitai aid It woultl
b ery dlttlcult to take advantage of
the Hrltlih terms In leganl to such
The offer of the State Pepartment Is
whollv unofficial, however, because the
Department cannot by Its aetn accmi-
i pliKU a procedute against which a swe.'p
lt'lllliMII ('Olllllllll V (tl liftllill I lag protest has been imidn ill tile dlplo-
I matlo corn soondenco Willi tlieat lirl
Profits on l'rofi'rrpd am.
I Of a slmilH- nature, it is said, are
Slock Oil 1 V. ; the dlKCiiesloni proceeding between the
t Stale uepaiimeni ami me ihiiuii ..in
Turns Over Plant j
to 2,400 Employees ,
which have been icglstered
leiatAllor wAilbl l,n . mill
.ml a naif, while the annual t ix on ' ' spec . n ..- .
bonds heieaftiT teglrteietl would bc two
nulls In addition to the regiu itlon lax
of one-h ilf of 1 per cent, mi bonis
with inoie t'nan the ai-s to run ind
two-tenths of a i.llll a ear on bonds
with less than live years to run
Should lhi State tevttsn lt attitudi
or. the secut.d debt tax and Impose an
fee 't I
feci i,.preSentatlou of the facts.
"Such public on lam-is. coming ns
lie ,o under tlw lo.tk of Hi" authority
of the rntvei-sii of l'eiinsl nd.i, h.e
viii.Jtcteil I'-e Institution, and pnnicu
lirlc the depuitiii" lit l'r.un which th"
eiim'iiate. to sioie and Just critic -m
"The ttimniltt.e has noticed, 'noie-ov.-r.
a teiitlenc tn rr! die.r Impies
slnns Into the clusroom b' leitaln
Intpilsltorial examinations h.l" s"1'1 ll
comlliions Mirioiintl'iig the homes and
lam lies of the students. ibvlouslv
sih tlfp.trtiire, as the" from the
s. htine of iiistructlnn which the depart
ment rightly repieneuis lorn. i" imu
of -is poll, y and should, the et.inoill'ee
1 1 sltectfulli represents, be directed and
eontrolled by the dein as ll.i head of
"Cic commit ttv Hikes this occasion
to roe itself on it, oi.l as squarely
,'tpHise,l lo the use of the fair nam"
of the unluisltx as a point of vantage
for utterances foreign to the echeiue of
Us teachings and Ideals 111 education, and
wife out of the machine's path, but
the auto U' nicked him down and lop-
pled Mrs. Hitter over. Tliu sculptor
was push, it about twenty f,"t ahead of.
the tow iK-litd "ir.
the well known turfman and x.ichl.inan. ' " I"'1'"1' ln:" ""' l",r1'"1 "f hcavln-s-an.l
driven by hl son-in-law. Mr. Van- ' In business and finance Is about to
dcip.Mil, and the Hitters were hurtled tocnd.
the ho-pltal. : The llislbng of tho shorts to covet
Dr. fhailts L. Ullmn was .summoned , on tho Stock tlxi'luing;.. was the in
and Mr. Hitter was t-ikfn to the on, r-, ...,olt
,x in nddltlon to a registration t emiiiine.i ( , , ,. , . ,, .... .
In'..,...! lli.ti we.tltl.v mm would r" "'mm"s si... .... .., -
itlitg rootu, where an operation was per
"il Hied for a inputted stomach. It was
sii'd at a late hour thai th s ulptor'l
.onilitlon was grave.
.Mr. Hitter Is 17 and his wife Is III,
Tat v live at 14 West Se c'ity-s v. nth
Kail Ititt.r .v.is l.or.i i. Vienna,
wh.-re ha studied art In t" Vienna
catiem. II" came to the 1'ifileil i
States In si' Ho wot, the prize In'
oonipetlf .on for Ato- memorial
gates. Tiiioty fluilih He execiilul,
sitillinii" oi! the administration and
uiHiiu'iictitr,.- building at the I'lilciiso .
expo-itloii ant! ie the rosltleiices 'if
P Htintli.gton and "oriiel!u Vamlcrl.Mt
lie was tllrctor of s.uljituro at tl'e
HillTilo exposition, Uul, and chief nt
'he ilt pnrtmetit. of s.'iiliuiir.. at ilic M '
Louis exiosiion in I'.iot. lie won the
silver medal at the Pans exposition It.
I'.oie end gtibl medals at the Hull il"
lllli St. lyollls exi..stlOl' '
EXCHANGE SEAT AT $50,000.
I... compelled to n.uc out of the State. ,
instead of luins invited to conn. Into -lie should
Slate as at the present. A C. Pley
tb ll of the N1 w York Tax ltclorm Asko-
.latlon declared yesterday et the heai
llf-p l.vetl With."
The renort nas signed lo I nomas f
llites as chairman of the umimlttce.
Mr nates Is president or the i'nn,i..ei.
nil- iir.ii-. 0 . ,..J,, ..., 1. ,..,..
Ing on the TnlniHge bill thut the S'ate P'ua "isi. r-a.c .,e,.,,.
iia. ,1. InhArltunc. ti t.Ollipan
i,...-., ,. ith tetrn..,! to detailed methods i r"" 1 J.' V: ....... . ... "( The report suggests that iivrnnge-
dee ,t,n I rltlsh order b'-cau.e ut ,ne ,ai ..- ir, ,.v . f addres-es by 'our
HosroN. April ? The Pennlson Man- n council. Th State Department can- "V"V William II. Tuft.
..factum. Company, lag manufacturer., i rim admit the lenity or propriety of - AZrt
wuui iiiu " t Th. itu ill s on v another effort on - '
nil..'. It Ise OI .-,-in
The s:,:,. o' .1 l Vok S-c. '.; Px
. hange seal a: "(, nfi.t was announced
.M'stetdaj T!i.' was u. increase of
Scuo over t'ie 'a: .ile and icpresents
a sain iif K.000 for the week cne seat
IntorKllhu Hoot, our own tx-Senatoi, P. having old at MS and op Wedacflay
' r .....a. .....I r,ih,.r. . .......
rivers is in-. memners m ins i..o ' ". with n ii,, hemrv in tsn,..h t?,,,i.. - 'httl tnc nriui rn uy im ... i.,
ed 1)5 the communique UUe. to-. knocke.1 ctow;n an-i injure. , -;-"Z o:. coopernntw in wor .n ""L "r 1 the. nan of the real Cbtate IntereMs of
which, telling of the fighting In tne old George i.ngar oi ...ru. i. ;.... .o u. -un- tallrt 0: proceuurr, uui ihiui.ro , - . hg Indirect revenue,.
mare wtod, noithwest of Kllrey, i in Hedford road, near an entrance to tne rol of lui twenty-four hundred em-1 mal discussions the Department nny
the eastern side of the wedge. Rockefeller estate this afternoon, ployees In a profit sharing Dlan. It was ' Properly tcceive
the Cc.mans made no less than, The boy was brillseo aim ms i 1 1 was nnnftlm( . - . Hrltlsh may n
y In an effort to i cut but his injuries are not conaiucreo t regarn to tne
BEATS DEATH AT TAG GAME.
. er the ground lost yesterday and ocrlous,
stock Is retained by the original owner.
Thr. child was Playing In tho road with The comnanv wa started hw th nn.
a companion when Mr. Hockefeller's car j mi(on f(imU. (n 1M( nmJ j9!(0lved
roueo uiruuBt. w. , . ..,,,,.,.
LOOk OUt fOI .1. ' car. cueo l.ic J' .. ..... .ii'unnuiiK-ia,
treatment to bo ac-
is many times repulsed, leaving
-round covered with their dead,
niUr ewueiieo Is given In the after
i ..mnoo ion,', uhlch save that at
'".parses f. captured ttenches were playmate, hut nung taigar. wun neau
l ito ilea. I. 1 down, contliitiftd to run until lie was
M.l wood, south of S'. Mlblel umost In the .ath of the car The fen.
.-' i t" Meusc, Is another centic t vr struck him and knocked linn tn the
ilgliiu.,- Tlm l-'ietich liijr have 1 grountl,
i I'M" meters on a trout ot UU , Mr. Ilockefaller allBhted and helped
holding these gnlll against twoj.lfl nurses lift "lie stunned ho Into the
alt o K.s jesteiduy and thuc automobile.
' "This Is too bad I" said Mr. Hockefel-
umpagii" th" flermans to.ik tint er Und he rep,atsl syveral times: "Poor
.. .Meiilay mirth of Hcausejour tt,, fellow I"
"ort to ler iner the ground lost last ' The Injured child was cairbd to the
t only one point did they sue- 0i!lce of Dr. A. ". ('hare and then sent
u. H.ng inio a l-'icnch trench, and I to ti,e North Tarrytown hospltnl. Mr
iittaek made to-day dlove them ftockefeller sent a message ' the boy'a
in and back to their prtvluus ,MlotltH expressing his sjiiipathv for
.a with heavy losses. them and regiet for what hid happened
,nh actllty reported on the i est Th)) car had Just starletl tor a run tn
lino it near Drel Orachtcn, In West. I'olrrt when tho nccltlent ncriitrid,
mi. where the tlcrtiians have occil-
a trench on the left bank of the.
..nil tin. H"lgintis, at a point Ileal
iiossi.l to the right luilk. '
ru.ninunlqiie lsslie.1 by the Wnr Knllllieers Silierliiiioe lHlietlc
corded American ahlps and cargoes.
ENGLAND SEEKS LABOR HERE.
.villi holdings amounting to J4, 500,000,
will have no voice In tho control of the
.il. pan unless the employee, fall to
maintain a reasonable rate of profits.
I'outrol is vested In 200 executive em
ployees who receive salurles of 11,200 or
nunc. They will not he permitted to
purchase. Hie "Industrial" stock It will
be given to them outright, to bo theirs as
long as the woik for the company.
The profits, after the deduction of the
s per cent, dividends for the holders of
tne preferred stock, will be shared In
' i all the emploees,
tinier Arrlw In e nrk In Send
NhWAiiK, N. J , April
HIS LUCK AIDS RED CROSS.
I PHONE 50 MILES BY WIRELESS.
..-night Is uk follows .
s i . new and luilliaiit attacn
i iitiint position "f LeK Kp.u
v n en i) iniiiiiiti s the plains or
...vie tt tul which has been
o .,1 defended tn the eiiemj,
i i completely captillfd b us.
i, ii.it we gained more than
a lei-H of trenches at.l this
tint Oermans Held old two
...s tums a few meters wide
. I ,eer, tin were defend
j.,, Mil' Those ,ostit.n
i ii'uied by us this afternoon
Mght in which w loot 15"
Ui iiavo in this manner achlovcd
tVniei on Moil nil Wines.
Siiini:ctauv, April !i.Througii an
Conf(iiM(( on Thiol I'agc.
intention h I'r. Irving I.atiKinuIr of thu
I feseurcli laboratory of the (leneral lllec-trP-
I'onipany hern It Is believed that
i vlleess telephony hit. lit r ii mado piae
I Heal for geneial usi. HcMearch en-
K,pH have succeeded In exchanging
ine.sages between tilts cty and Pltts
i tit Id, Mass.. a distance of fifty miles,
b superimposing magnetic waves corre
sponding In fiequency to the sound
w ives of the human vole, spoken litu
Engineers say this Biiperliuposltion of
fi.ldttlonul waves has been the point at bribed tho owner of the suit to lose It
whle-h Inventors have struggled, The ' so ns to prevent Gideon from belntt
Iaingmulr Invention perfects thl. j timpted to return.
tloule Turin Winning Turned
liter lo AmerlcMn Aniliulniier.
s;ieriu Cahle Driimtch
MiiNTK OMau, April
eon, tlie lagtime kin
mo buy i. lis ng money
.an iiiliulance in I1
lertaliiinents ai tlie
Itlviera Hnth wear khald iiiilforms us
nemiairs of the Itetl Cross, and there
fin,, are uiinblc to enter the Casino, ns
no man wearing an army or navj mil
lorin is iilloweil to cuter the gambllnn
Di. icon borrowed a suil Hio other night
.i d .anir out several thousand francs
ter ki mil, on Hearing or tiiueon
of the State increnjed In drder that the
tax rat on real estate may bc docreaaeJ,
In the opinion of those familiar with the
tax tltuatlun. They declure that the mo
tive, behind tho bill Is . puroly stilish
Hitter PI Bill Coining,
Diinoneiits of the Mills bill are already
arming tlumndves with arguments to
provo that the bill would only be un
..Pnll for I other blow a- the prosperity of New
t-llU lor !,, I.t ,il i. tlm., when
. . . .. ...... I,.,.,. !..,! l,n,. !,.. ' " ' '" . -
moro uiaii lout ...... .... business Is beginning to resume some-
lecelvod In this city In tho hist three j ,vMat normal rniidlllnns desfilto the effect
weeks from Industrial centres In (Ireat of tho lhiropenn war.
Hrltaln and It Is repotted that an order! The will demand n hearing on It In
for 1 noil more will be made soon. Half 1 order to point out to the Senate laxa-
f the numlM.r huvo sailed already and H'm ("ominittee in mqects noil me c.iu
the otheis await orders from tlm Hrltlsh I sequent bad errccts ol the . pass.m
:.....'... i the l .w on bus next III the Stat-
Tlm ret are wanted to till the places l' believe tint enough voter, can be ; avoid it lie started to the Inbound track
of t Lo i war so I, tl ct rl.L n a b marshalb .1 li hc Kia... to pass the bill j when It had p.snd. but tl..; crowd
' ' ' , , V aaihlmi s a i. n ( isVow' It U Ihought that the Itepubllcan le.ieler saw .. motor ttaln connti't and should
!r. ... Z hate to rcst.it to II... railing of .' M iMIre ha.l just time, ta d.sh In front
hi ,e ,i,r, are in eded In ii bras, r'oun- I caucus In order to gnlll a sulllrl. tit num. 1 or tho Jamaica train and hug th
thlity more are i 'iiii in h ".rims loan ,,., .i,,,,,,..!, 1 t n,., cvcutMilmi while it iiriiictl.
drv at Itusliy The lliousanii men aie " " ' - ' .."., ,
, wtek neo a 'cut sold a'. IH.ion The
low record pn.u for etcral ytius wa
I cached last October, when a Bale. ud
m.idt at iul.OuO.
The rle according to brokcif, was
cnueed by tho recent activity In the
Mock market ami the remarkable ad
Denn var.ee In price. The "earning power''
it seats is on ino increase, the urokert
sat, and the demand is i educing rap.
Idly the number of sea is which may be
.tame Mefinlre nodnes Three
I'rntna In Hrsenlnit lloj-.
James Mcflulrc. 20, of 17IS
street, n.iat New Vork, standing M
Pewey place and Atlantic avenue yeiter
ilay afternoon, saw a three-year-old bo
..tin.i. h iron fenc". lose his balance
and tumble down on the LonR Is'and PROSPERITY HERE, LANE SAYS, stilted
Itallro.nl tracks twenty-live feet below
Mcdulro dashed through the crowd,
dropped to the tracks ami enrr "l tlie
unconscious boy across to the 'tibunnd
tracks to avoid a Jamaica express. He
siw a locomotive Inbound and stepped
trick In front of the Jamaica train to
Mill Heller Times rmnliiK. I're.
dlcls Secretin-- of Interior.
Washini.t Ai r'l - Secretii'.t of
the Interior Line, it no na ,tut returned
from a trip .te' ,s optimistic over the
-etiirn of prosp"iiv Secretary Line
was ilisent from Wash'iigton for three
weeks and trav.is. it .. latva part of the
"In Un. Wcs: people are not talking of
wall hii'-il tunes, ' s.iid .Mr. Lane. "Tlicy am
The Moor nailers Were 111" tlrt lo per
cello In the early morntig tii.it ant
light fen downward pi Pes ,t t'o. inn
iii.'ii' wa mete striking in- unst n ions
wall TI.ey switclied pounce, , linos
Insianlanenusl.t The ittie onlt 'h
fltst to turn. The big men In the short
intere-t h id to Join, ma m (lie i i i li. u
of trailing heat nolileis em il.e ior
side were 111 full tllsh. frr'l'c the
pip" of Pulled Statet Slee' upw i:d In
u rush of 7'.. poitiis. i tiii' . ritei ,...
romiillshed before lii tin bistort ol ihe
sloi-l. In mitt tint's oper. tioi . xcept
wiien Steel was em the .u '.
sicel l orries Mnrl.ot Willi II.
The ni'lloii of Stt'd was a sens itlon
Itctlllcilelll Steel lie l , V llelfl . hid ten
a martrl of sliort lltcd tienietl oidatut
tor a sln.'i sir.etly .i spi.i.dit I lilt
Pnll.il Stale. Ste.l stock eHttnl.i: c tr
tliil the wiiolc market up x 1 1 Ix it
Hrokei-s catnc oonn to -lie , x -pe
estenla;. moriili'. with '', s o
i , rvoiisness If I'.etllleheni Met! te.e
to tOUtlnue Us antics Ol the .!o-. u ..If
hour of the da l.tfoto t m, P. a'
the wlnde. ina.kcl would ..t t ,rr.. ,1 n
side doit ii. ar.d that t'.e . .H'tldt !.--p'ecd
1" t" iipwartl sw.mr c the is
scleral Week 'tould be turned .do d i
trust nnd shaken fa. a In tin ie' o'
the bullish turn the market h i I tt
Hut lleihlehcm Steel w.v ix-ni.ii i
tlvel;' quiet It a. td !u a f.,.r. o. .
derly fasldon All the frcuz;. . 'nuc .
of the. nervousres Af the ly befoit
was out of It It opened a' II". seated
mod'rately for a time betwec 1"3 an
111 and about noontime settled down
In the afternoon It almr.e-t tlisjppetred
from the tape, and a new n.ir of m ic'
sreater power nnd signltlcaf.c beanie
the centre of absorbed interert
Steel 'ommoii, probably tl.e te5.
leader a gr.sii mariut h.is ever hid
rushed It to piomln'ncc, ai. 1 the ret
of the- marke. had taken 'ts cm St"!
day inconspicuous ,.
oooi. aa .' be. ..tne evia-'nl that tne u .
general market was not to be upse
bv fuithcr dcnioretratloiii. In Beth .nem
as K.On as the gentr.ll Us! aid x
nt rlencetl a trem.ii of nervousness 'tr.rt .
sin-ail dip dnwnwird. tho w ne ol
bulnc began to p-nir In
. ib '
Sleel Marled nt
not talking of il her. now. Hiif i doeti 1
- ... ... . u, um.,, en ii' n.rn it. ,it!i. men in tut iniit:e Tti.o.ti. t iiiiuiik: ,111111
said to be wui.ted In .me of the largest tne upper . . ,.",', ' " o Po,i .nturles. the bov -is various .u-tlotu, ol' the, country, declined
Sti-e I aunt .1 w '-erc it
day licfoic, at I'.i'a Ste.id he.
lieav Im lug, but not nt spet u.
proportion'. ai ried It to f:'1,
ii' -locli Then Hi.- piirst d i"."
Ii' gnat hloiks, l.fluo shiics, '.',.1111
fiUtl, t,700 ahares, tn- pile.- was n -up
with har.ll an eigl t.. .
intll 'he high or . w.im i
7. .... 1 .ii , ,. 1 ' 1 1 1 , .Yd hVee r,,,,. lcou.es the llepubllcans n.iydnddltllculty nlfiitliled as Ph.irles Palle . 2M S ir.i- that good times aie tvun us '"1 I tie n:gn o 1. , w. , . ...
. .,ie..i - ,,i,,.. -iioiiuli votes In favor of tin torn itenue. Ilasl New Vor ;, son ol in an ! rancisio 1 piruicieu 111.11 in nini, tne 11111 price 01 ue o.ij ,,.
foTmSt-v inortatlon ami 'ix months work iirelln g.ttl m. enoug ,'" '"..",r "J ' n.:,lltV sii..,ir -nvn.l t te.im... six months there will not bc an Idle man 1 thally 1 quarter of million "'
Melville nid- Huarunteed. Half retu.ii paKsagr, after " y '".' "... ,;,.'?r.n burning to death a few weeks ago ' In this couniry atuo.ig 'l.ose who w.int ! ri I was Its record Mr v lit
if, and Arthur Kemp reimonaiiie perio.i is a.so v uer . ,1 1 ' , , ,;"; . , ; p i from 1 p irtv stand-, and h- saved his elevoioeiir-old lu.dh. r. won. . and this Hllli lai..l- The whole mark, t movm up ttt-n ..
met- for rhe Viri iivenig" wages entered aie IS ci,iitH an w I l opi ' . mu a pin.t spina , 11 1 o . ,mni.r , "Mone Is now plentiful and ci.i.p , ftaudard .-inr.s an well . 1 e s,,. il-
.,. foi tl.e Al'l'Tl-1 .. ,U1(, n lM)mlB ot ,r, , 30 per cent. 1 lll,l1"t:,,lt ,',1," , ;., u.n.ic, re ,h..ie ru"""r,m "lr"' "' t, , .. , , Nl.. tll.H, p,M,p,.,. gained I lieoP,
i-iinc.. by giving en- for f.itrrt good work. ' . If ;'" ".L . . ..... ili .. .0 ... .t0 .h' Vork Lxpo.ts ire 'loo.nli.g. . r .iw arc 1 r,i,, Pn'.or. Pncttle , Sou i.i Pa.
hotels along the' ! ""let mmai ... .0 .. ... r , , , , i ,, ce flEN. GRANT S SON LOStS eood ami inanv line, of 'iidusirv alt. 2 l'ai,.i.,.... P 0 .lie I. I ' .1- .1 .
C A. .... ..... .n I t.. . it CM lt, .
. .1 .... 11. 1 tlie secured qi'iiis mil iniougn ine i.eg-
,I,,n,,e.c " ,lo ie U nverv itrosnecl of nnn
ibi. ,1,1 1 .... v ,-. - ,.. . . ... . .
fablr Dnimtrh tn 1'nnt anil W'rst .Veins
Toitio, April ft.- -Ailmlial Dttwa was
lecelted by the Kmpeiur yesterday. Ills
MaJvsty llsteined with great Interest to
the icports of the Admiral about im
lUdien. e with the President of the
I'liUed Stnics, the warm reception ac
of tiii- haidest lights seen In the capital
In mine years
ii.'..'. r.qulbltlon-d the winnings for the 'orded by the Amorlcan '""Venmient and
American Ambulance fund. He. also inn peo ue um, i.ie ,. .,-. i"-'
.in nun Is taking In the Panama extiosl-
tlon. The Uinpettor expressed much
I'ln.ls l.oO" llnnel In street,
, 11.000 Toledo and Noithwcstcrn
Itallroad bond awaits a cbilniaat at
Police lleailquarters Louis Miller of
ai t'levelnnd place found It In front of
.If, Madison edrcet yosterelH The
bond,, a first mortgage linking fund se
curlty, Is paynhle In 1032, and wm !
sued to run thirty years.
active ,ihow normal
"Many industries of .ouise aie lieee
tltnl by the war In Hut op. . Many morn
will bo Leiu'tlled when its end conies
Pw 11 the steel mill., Wclking OWI-t'lllil
,.i tt .1 Hide's, w lo tllld .ill !l.ceaed
lorn ! Ion .I'd. , :i .. cum l.a'ed
pllili.i In 11 e uf crtleis l.ll'll1. d I10W
Tti'- .ctmilding pro. 'i I' trope is
going o . id on Aoiciatn olusine.
moie exle.isit ely 'lun :)u war has
was made by Justice Cilogeilch, of tne , There c.nnot be any uoubt thai good . tne now
Supreme Court, on testimony that Orant times a 1 Here and tint better times arnnuuh if
,, II, (irnnl Muol l'" Wife KIT,,
Mle lllix ihelh llllillt "life .if Jesse
II, .Hani, 'on of tie la:, 'len P
lliap', w'll receive il7ii 1 'iion''i f. 1
the 13100 iticoint paid I nc 'las...... I
from a tiilt f ill 1 .'...eit .0 i,,h mot ier.
the late Mrs .hllli) 1. ol Ulanl
Th decision in fnvoi or Mrs nran
siceiics on the Sin s. I'S 'Liiee
boisterous Thri- 'V.ie liPim' -swirling
groii'is The ouise of the n 1 1.
clal dlstr'ct wi- at racing pe-d
Tlielc w.ic rnouc's niti rept 1 - ' on
tlciils. that of II. -i lei- -,. s .-. . ntio
being w -if 1 1 ' ' " t u. 01
Prglisl. ..... 1. - s c , , .
pO' Is ltd 1
'.lie ui.i 1 'O
has not supported his wlfo since lfllU. 1 coming '
cl .1 . .1
Wi" K't I
' . tp , ,s, f
rp. It tl I I
II I .
". . sello
. nl Intc