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ELECTRIC EARS ON BATTLESHIPS 1
They now may talk with submarines 3J
miles away. Don't miss this first of a se-
ries on the "impossible" thines sci. :
THE WEATHEK FORECAST?
Partly cloudy and colder to-dayN
Highest temperature yesterday, 63; lowe
ence is doing, in next Sunday's SUN.
Detailed weather, mall and marine, reports on
VOL. LXXXII. NO. 224.
NEW YORK, MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1915. Coi)irl!jlit, I MB, by the Kim PHntlnn otirf Vnblhhinn utasocfrtfoti
PRICE TWO CENTS.
DIRECT TAX A
EJuiti !two killed in
Run All Saloonsmmu in! orrniti?
KRONPRINZ W1LHELM, LAST GERMAN RAIDER,
ELUDES CORDON OF BRITISH WARSHIPS,
SLIPS QUIETLY INTO HAMPTON ROADS
POLITICS IN I
Washington Xot Pleased at
Protest Made Public by
"Daily Express" Tells of Huge I
BATTLE, 3 HURT
Xntionnlizatlon SdiPiue nt
Mailman's Scheme to Mob
Taxpayers for Political
Purposes. He Says. j
PKOPLK IX KKVOLT
A,.hat, pril 11 Kx-Oov CJlnn is
hs one man In the State of Now York j
w no Kiiiins m-iii'i mm, imj tine
' tiio State this year can Eft iiIoiir
iliroct lax and without tho
i.fgiidatuie passing puny laws to raise
i few million dollars more tin ouch In
urn t taxation '
"I hail It all figured out last )ear,
hsn no direct tax was necessary, that
either would a direct tax bo necessary
Ills year " said Mr Olynn to-night, "nor
would It be necessary to burden the ' made Illegal.
leopte with additional schemes of taxa- The money necessary for the pur
oon. Last year I found a direct tax chns of the breweries and saloons is
unnecessary without availing mykflt of j estimated at between t2on,00o,000 and
nany iconomles which I Intended to C3)n,00u,nA0 ( Il.dOO.nOO.OOO to l,fi00,
I'Ut In operation this year had I been ! OQO.non),
r.lectei. t Tho breweis, mortgagees, slinrehuld-
"The llepubllcans have been so lm ,, .,. Com.pr1, wU1 1)e lnostI,.
nabbing the Jobs that they have little' ... , .
i me for constructive work or leal econ- 1,1 ''Mine bonds bearing 4 per
miy ninl within two week of adjourn-1 rent, interest,
nent we llnd tho Kieat Itomibllcau nartv ' It Is oxoooieil dim ! ,..
erlotwly proposing to ralso an "thll-1
,,onal 30U.Om. through an Indirect tax
ii the sales of chamii.icne Thin tbe 1
?n. .r,i,, .... I, , , , ""
.miu t.tir, u' . . 1 1 flic k.iiu il iiiii( Hill . i- ij nir vni. run .1 null Ul lll.ill
lilt the Stale break faith with holders ! ager.ient and the brewing of cheaper
,f foie.gn ecurltles who subniltti'd to
a rM-o.'dlng tax In 1911 anil proceed to
ax them annually hereafter In addition I Tllu "! Aurni, which Is one of
to inflicting the recording tax under tho most virulent opponent of the Cov-
uhlch owners wore Invited to register , eminent in the country, predicts that
'heir secured debtK u t h U State. i ,,, , , . . , ., , ,
the full history of tho s-chemo will
t'nfnlr lo tin- Tnximj rrn. 'throw a surprising light on the Oovern
The cry for new taxes at this time ' "'f 1"lmlon against drink. The
unfair fur tho taxpayers of the tato. ""Bin of the scheme. It snys. lies In
W'r don't need more taxes, we need less preparations, made long before the war.
xpense. more vetoing and less log roll- for a general election, which under
The expenses of New York have out-
.i, l. !- ..r r,
,u. .tii- oiitiiii- ui ic-,irun, i. iiinii.iri)
them to what they were when David
II tun u..,r .,nt ,r ..,n .,.i ,. in
M dumfnundfd by the troinendous In-
rV.r- The great troub!"lIIe?h ? belief
grown at the leg s atlio balls m
liwrn.'is and legislators have flaunted
mo- 1 1 .ssucs liefore the people be
i'ie t'cy were the lust vote getters
""I "e have niglecled the humdrUMi
i lal Interests of the State gov-
rrnwi I Vcausc people are rot sreatp.'
nte.i--.il in tin-in and becatise they
lon't mi- n to be very good lole getters.
Vtn Y.nit has been almost taxed to
l-itr -i the Ian few years.
1'iH wo v.itid $130.rt(iO,(iiin for the
Tie f.nal. then wo voted Mft,10i).ni)
o g n, roids. l.itor tho Federal Hnv-
nnient atne along anil Imposed th
orporitKin tax on tre country and New
Verk State p,( the biggest part of that
IX. It was the same with tho Income
ax, New York paying the most of It.
I'o t ike tluse matters even worse eiory
nun- iMllty ,n tho State has imagined
he Mate needed no direct taxm nnd has
Ved its local tux rate to the breaking
The whole State of New Yoik is I
Zf! r. l0;'1ay .Vn,1"r. ltS, 1"a,'1 of Vxxa-
"on and is resenting the burden of ad-
itt.ofi.il tax schemes, only a madman
r a man willing to sacilflce the genetal !
nterests fin some naitlsan imrnns.. I
ou.'i rnanipion the wild scheme at
Ubanv to-day which makoM the taxis!
. lorn a tent bigger than thev
nave to be,
: I.i no Oiitllnos I'liriiose.
'The purpose of 'the present adminN
trtion Is clear to any man who thinks,
t wiir.ts to pilo up all the money It can
- ...v . i.,,e iie.isur.v mis year, cnais
e,ef,a ,.f I, ... I . . ..
rtecd of it to the last ndmlnWtrntlnn
'me ,,n outrageous surplus In the treas-
Vlbiny that that legislator serves his ! the plan a a wildcat scheme. It savs T,Zh'v and liuiiilreils of chlldien w"re ' "ll,'"n capable of e.irplylng armj, ana. GERMANY HAS BIG DEFICIT
state be"! who brines the blirbest .. . . . . ?,n r , . e . ,.L..'L''.,n V '. munitions to the belligerents and tint
... . . . . . i ii is more iikc a lecioiaiicrs n gnim.iro visime on mi sines, .iuiiuuk.i ine iiui- ... .1.1 ,.,i.. ui,,,..i,, t.t
Zl . , TS'i Cr.S.,?.? than . piece of statecraft. "''!: V'"'"'.""'- .?- W .! ! o he "U'to liihlgne r lime, t.M
iiaeMtie but It Is treachery to the In-I ..." 1,?. ZU.."v"Z. u"' to funilsh Ocrmany i.s well."' Ilinlnet Frmuvr
"Ci yeais most of our ' Fnmin FnrrinCT j'!: ' tloL Vnltiing nenlr.r,o"s,iV
;ir next war, abolish the direct tdxiHieat Ilrltuin rejected the tet ms ofTered
r 'ie i t of sjK nefarious prorodui e i
ei tnei think people will not mnli-i-1
tar..', and go into the next (Juhernatorial I VlhWXA IS HOPEFUL.
-"nil,., gn on the issue of having abol-
Sle.1 ;i (J Ject tlx '
"T , ,,ii- . , , . I l'rr it liroiind for llitlnil"ti.
i s i plain speaking, but It I the
'tiih ,u-., tho need of averting a ill t ret ' l'le's neelnnillims.
"L"1;1: ,",?y;,n,llr,,:, tu--r ni : ,m cau, i,wt. t t.u-. s..-
"e netn in. in plain npoak n-: from ev.-ry .. .....
nin w-ro knoiis ,,J.,hi '. . ... , ViBKNA. via Amsterdam. April 11
and tlie St.nn Hrnii... ' I
"Xo serj.i,o person has believed tho'
"ii pit foiward be th ii Aiiitia ten in. .
Jt ll.ntio.OOii iw . ,i
xlmr. barge canal contracts. Ah an
"eireerlng iroioinon It was. foolish; 1 nll"d States, which Is able to give em
' a fi.-ian.-ul ptoposltlon it dirt not have pha"ls. to the desire for peace, should
. I'e to stand upon, heoatiso It has been combine with the spiritual authority of
,iejterv pointed out that other funds i O" I'ope a means would be achieved of
'e-e .ii-. liable n nddltlon to the .",500,. bringing about peace, than which nothing
n I'ft from tho bond Issue ' more brilliant or more Hkel.v to succeed
i at tho decisive moment could he Imag
a llelerei.dii.il la I'eareil. lined.
r.epublle-ins nio afraid a refer
1'i 1 t . pioi.du the J30.ooo.ono ne.-es-
"x- '. evnleio the c.inal and pay the
.m.ire, e 11,1101 , passed. So they
10 m 1,. tnls largo sum by direct
'X fl'iihig the next three or four years.
' ie- words, they purpose to make
inisent taxpayers of the StHtp pnv
"p "1 inipiovenient from which rlie
xt 'brie generations will reap the
'T-e ciiiial is built for the future ns
' ' -is the tiresent. The people up.
roied Dm distrlbnilon of the cost of
'anal nv r liriv yenrs, This Is as
snouiti 1,,. Sti money should he spent
"" lln- pu11.1l in any other niithod,
lo take money out of the general
find lo moot canal building expenses,
' Hm-, Whitman proposes, may bn Ie.
wilv light nnd tl we doubt, but It Is
""M-.illv wiong When the people voted
"e expense ,,f the canal upon them,
elves ihei- voted Its cost to bo distrib
uted to ei nriy years
"To make tlie taxpayers of the pres.
''U 1m ilainaao claims and building ex-li-iin-,
of Hie caiial, and let posterity go
"e. 1 b g.illze I highway robbery nnd
'"Hung ilbo. I'ubllc ofllcliils who ap.
l"Uii- i-inli a routsfi for political effect
nor lit to hi In ofilce,
"Mn- the present Adinlnlhlratlon
"!Jr' lo fly In the. faco of resentment,
"hi.-. 1 i,l be shown by the taxpavera
"""i brulal proposition of iinnec
'J iir- laxatiou In carried out. Is verv
tl - 'I he hrheinn will permit thn State
r. Kir to .,-ive, ,jt 11,000,000 worth of
PMroimgn every jeai, and tho Itcpub-
,X ( oiitlniiril on Fourth Page.
;fm Cable liHmlc, to Tnr. Si .
1-onuo.v. ,irll 12. -The Dully Kipm 1
understands Hint the Government li miii- '
shlerlng ii State monopoly lit beer as ii ,
solution of the think problem, The
main principle or the scheme Ik thut only
beer In oh oil uiul -old by tho Oovornmeiit j
shall be tlruiik. No strong or heavy liecr
If to bo brewed: only the lager typo.
Chancellor I.tu 1 Clcomo Is responsible ,'
for tho scheme, which Is approved In It
general oiituno ny tno wholo Cabinet.
Tho iletnll. nre being arranged by i
i mnvv incmci. uver in iicrorn i
Samuel. President nf tho Local Oovern-'
mont Honnl. assisted by experts nnil
..r...,..... i.. ..,,.,.,. i..,.
already boon reached' on' the following !
All breweile. mid licensed public
houses In Croat llrltaln and
are to be bouRht outright.
Ilrewing by private firms l to be
will bo effectid bv th closln of com-I
5 , T 1
P till r lirowories and unnecessary pub- .
.. ... ,. . , ;
lh Parliament net must bo held in
I'll.,. TKh ll.nl e.il lpfi:lr. il,.
- . ....k.w ...
scheme will en'ible them to go to the
counlrJ w'ltn tne cry or the drink ques-
,il,n 'olv" I
ine Krprrss editor ally denounces '
W'linil Supply Siifl'ificnl Now
for Not More Tlitm
;eem futile Itttpalri to Tim St .v.
ItuMK, April 11. An uncem-ored de- '
! Austria to Peace
patch from Vienna says the amount r;;r,rX;r:.";rre haH
whmt available In Austin-Hungary was an, ,i,.i,.glu i,,n lieaib-d bv Uulilii-. .t 's
Milllclent In .Innuary for ix month". 1 s ild, si.itied out to im -k ept tl: Hr.-k"
bu, at pr-nt Is no, sulllcleiit for ' l' $Z '
two months. The dllTerence has been After a ! words ii.ul been
consumed In Hermany. the wheat ha-
'"g '"" exported to compensale tier-
- . . ... ..
"mn for ,r""I ""' " ,
Austtla In opposing the advance of the
It Is bfllevol heie that fear of famine
will hasten the conclusion of a sioaialii i
peace by Austria more than defeat In the j
An Athens despatch r.cclved e,e ,
night says: (
"It was attempted through neutral I
countiies a fortnight ago to learn on
what temiH the Allies would make peace. I
I'ress comment on Karl II. von Wle- .
- 111"1''' Interview with the I 'ope. printed ,
Ul .xv vorK to-uay. Miows that the
inuestion of neace has arousisl much In.
Merest. Tho lUithnpoat h.iys that If the ,
The A cue i-eir 'i esr sas.
"When the I'ope turns to Piehiilent
Wilson ns an ally In his efforts, for peace
h. ..-nei.i h.nrb.1. nit.ntiv.lv nv.m
when the necessary preliminary condi
tions do not exist at the moment"
GERMAN FLEET OFF NORWAY?
Villn tleinpt In Itench I he Allnn
tie lllllletl At,
"Itrrml fntile Dmimtrh to Tiik Hi
I.ONfios', April 11. The censor re
leastsl to-night a number of telegrams
ent from the Scandinavian capitals at
different times lnco April K reporting
that severe llrllig was heard and ;
smoke seen off the Norwegian coast on !
the nlirht of Arirll 7.x
the nlkht of April .-X. I
Home of the morning papers feature
tho reports, suggesting that they may 1
Imply a serious buttle. Others dismiss
them hi lefty as iinconllrmable, while
still othem Ignoro them. One version
lias It that the Herman fleet was trying
to reach the Atlantic and that Itrltlsli
shliw intercepitil it ami compelled It to
One pilot who arrived at llergen .ves. .loliuson of Sing sing pilson deliveied
tertliiy Is quntetl as saying that ho saw an address here lo-nlghl on the treat-twenty-one
Herman warships Others ment of convicts.
report having seen prolonged gun H.-isIiim Hi. hiI.I among other things "The
nnd th flashes of searchlights, .Stormy I day will come when a certlllcati. from
weather ami tho duikma lit evented ' Sing Sing will bo eiiulvaloni to
Mullets Fly in Crowded
Street as Laborers Chase
F I FT KMX ARKESTKI)
if policf, Korxnup
Xkivark. N .1., April 11 --A riot call
tills afternoon sent the reserves from
"'v,rsil police precinct.) to llroome and
eiorton streets, wnore a running ngni
wun revolvers uetwoon sinners ini'i
''reakeli. from the plant of A.
Hollander & Sons, fur dyers, nad to -
"" " m.icos Ue.,m r-,.Ui
1 to death. Two strike breakers were se
verely beaten and another in in was
wounded in the leg by a btilUt
MnltltlS Itl'IHNS. 101 ltroome ttteet
AHHAM NOVAK. 3311 I'lfteentll avenue.
NICHOLAS I'A.VAHOCO.S. I":
street: liesteil tiV striker'.
I.ul'IS AIlltA.MS. :o, lo l.lilnflnn street:
shot In HHlil If
l.Uflfi KOI'I.KoWITCH. le.
street, beaten by striker
All three of the Injun-d
SL iabas,!i Hospital. Itublns and
Nvak were hurried to the City Ho-
,. , , ..... . ,
pltnl. where both died soon after being
William .1 Abrain. a cousin of l.ou.s.
who live, at , Living.,.',, -r. ..
locked up at police headiuarteis. Me
, was pointed out to the police by I'oulko- '
witch as one of tho men who were
rhootlng I'oulkowltch said he was
coming out of a barber shop
next to the hall where the etrikcrs were
to hnvo held a meeting when he saw
tho prisoner flourishing a revolver and
shouted to him to be careful or lie
would kill somebody. Fifteen other
oieii eie .ini-Jiiu i.nri
enoomm oivuireu in se.iion 01
the city populated mostly by O reeks, ;
, J"" ."!.,; .!, tUX. Z 1 '
"' .r ',
the p.oprletor, this ball being convenient
to the homes of a majorlu of the stria
MrlUo llrenUers MeciimiUeil.
Aci oiiling to t stoii told b
police and con obora ted b people in Hie
neighborhood who were wltncKeP of tne
shooting the strikers were to h..ie held
a meeting at : o'clock About an hoi-
pauy ofHieeks. .hem mimaer. ,Med
alona ltroome stteet. evnlenili-nut iiwiin-
of the proposed meeting. In the party
strike breakeis who were iccognled by
j said tlie nrnk.s start, d
Son.e i lie icturiit"! the
lltllllb-!- -if "hots welH ev-
changed while the Hil-Ks wi-i- iiiniilng
and liefine ihej, weie beit..:i down bv a
crowd which iiuleklv galhe'el Iniring
the excitement a ml before the arrival of
police four of Hie Uleek" ex, aped, and
..Itluiii-.h tin. neii-hUii liiinil was senrehed
'"' could ran be found
wiJZ",Z ,w,v 1
v0"?k w,Te fom.'d mortal
wounded and taken Into Fine's drug I
--lore, where Hist aid m, administered !
j"'ndlim the arrival of the ambulaiiee
i, i mm i .i...,, i ..,., ,. ... ...-I i
In a police ambulance to M. H.u nalias "
Last night the hou at Jl." Prln e
stm t, w heie at least two of the Hre-k"
are known to hale lived, was visited
bv a crowd of stilkers and several
windows were broken. When this lions
was search, ii to-nigui ine pom e loiinii .
a box of .11 calibre revolver cartridges
with six missing I nose carniiiges are
in in a leiinv.-i niiuii was
picked up in the strict
nt the llollnnder plant
began last Tuet.da morning, when two.
thirds of the 0D men and clrls em-
, ployed there went on strike.
ORGY IN BRUSSELS HOTEL.
Hermnii llllleors Com ml t tod "mletde
When (ienernl Xllssetl I'liper,
icci.if t'oblf tft)tteh to Tnr Six
I'.iris. April 11 The riijnro prints
,,t , n,. . ..
uctnllb of the alleged scandalous Ii
havlor of tome Herman ofllcers In one
of tho big hotels of Itrussels Although
the name of the hotel Is not mentloneJ
It Is known to ho the Palace Hotel,
which once was the 'lerman headquai.
ters but has now been haired to olhcers
by the military governor of llrussels.
After a night spent in tne hotel in gnv
company, tho Hiinm ways,
i Heriuan i
Hem-nil missed some Important secret
documents, whereupon several subordi
nate olllcers committed suicide. Shortly
afterward, following a drinking orgy in
the hotel, Hanoverians, lUvurlniis, Sax
011s and I'lussbiu.s began quarrelling
iilmtil mIiikIioh. Miirinnscilli' fi'iim iloelliMir.
,m the faces of some of the olllcers, tl.e
Ilavni-lans Insinuating Unit barbels wen
unac(Uailltcd with tlie seals which
ornatnented tho Prussians. Hlntses lluvv
a, , finall the ollleeis fouglit with
sabres and icvolvcis,
According to the evidence of rellabbi
residents live of tho olllcers weie killed,
GET A SING SING CERTIFICATE.
XVIII ftp nn Hood nm n llHrvnrd III
plo. .., si.jp, Deputy Warden,
.M.PANV. Alllll II Demit V Waxlen
diploma from lluivard."
WasIIINiitoN, Aptll 11. The text of
the Herman complaint attains! the policy
of tho Fulled States with respect to
llrltlsh Interference with American trade
and the sale of American made arm
and ammiinltlon to the Allies was made
j public at mi1
Herman lanbass.v to-
it then became known that the com
munication to tho State Iiepartinent
Is designated as a memorandum pro
ceeding from Ambassador Hirnstorff and
Is rot to be tegarded as In quite the
oamo categoiy as the note from the
i Koielgn ittllce
llerlin. It does not
i i"iulro an nnswer fioni the Stale He-
liaitmelit. Ni-vertheless Hie (lei mail
ciiinmunliatlon Is viewed MTloUely in
nlllelal nualteis and It Is rmanliil
I having much slgnlllcalu with if-
Itniil , ..(- to the telallons between the Her
iniatl and fulltd Mates Hovi ruuieiits.
The l. el man iiii'inoraniium nccuses ine
t'nIUd Statis of baling aciiilesced In
-all that the llrltlsh have done to kei p '
American foodstuffs from n aching Her
man tcrrltoiy. It bases thin charge,
on the fact that the 1'nlt-il Stales h:i
failed to pretent the HrltMi from their
v,ni,.,f siatie has .lone nothing to make
nH protests effective It accepts all that
Ihigland h.i done. The fulled State" ,
Is lnilted to compel Kugland to yxiii
by imposing an embaiso on the sale ,
of a I Hi".
No .rmrnlHy lulnt Ions.
It also complalr.H of the shipment of
aims and munitions to the Allltf, as-
sriinL- thai tills trade Is In iluiation
f snirit ,,f nelltralltl, though ad-,
muting it to be tecnnicany no vioia-
,... f r,, iP,i states tieutrallt). l lie ,
t:elmHU Amlmss..dor argms that the
Mit" h,M ti,ke. '"1
sineraiion inn laci inai u mr ,.in.
ted an existing trade and not Intended
in li.nl in tin. biilldini: ui of a great
new trade Hi w.u material, which tin
Ambai.s.ubr states '.as been the tisuli
m this r-ountiy during the war lie
hidds that the fact that Hermany has
bitln-rto supplied belligerent countries
with war material I" of im conseitueiu-.-
m this war. where the fnited Mates is
Zm" mnmHons " " "
Flnallv the Hi.-inan nieliiorandiim
C1,.R t. m-lon 'f 'i..nlei't Wilson in
arms to Mexico, beu.use of the fact
that lllierta. passesslng llio seapoits.
wa abl" to gtt arms fimn abroad while
fl,. I l, llltll.lt Iktf.. slmt (llT flOlll till
AiiieibMii supid. were not able to h,..i
anes" to any ot-'T souiie. till", ine
Aiub.isiulor states, was real neutrall-.
anil lie ii'-ciares ii real iiciiu-iini
were applied to tne present ciisu ine
l.'lilted States Hm eminent would put an
einbaigo on the shipment "f nuns t
I'liper l Not I'leiislnu,
Though idlleial" of the State l'ep..it-
i unlit aie plesetvillg tile stliclest silence
i .......i t ti,.. i:,.tin.iii inemoi nndnni
it mH l..en long known that the .
of the Ailinlnlsii.itloii are Mie'. to nuke
man iJ.-'lnirandum" siggestloas ' Fu" ,
l''nnore. the memorandum Is n,.' at ..III
1 --- sr In an way to the State I.e. ,
S( t(. ,,,,,,,,,.., ,, ,,
si ul In tin- Slate Department mole wiln
11 tti obtaining n-sulls tlinnign poll-
a view to obtaining n-sulls tlmnigb poll-
,., ti. in ihiiineli i imv-iiii ., -
iii. niitMl States Hnvernmem of ' he
I rasotiableness of Ills views set fotth
The text of til
"Thu dllferent lliltlsh onbrs in loun-
nil I, ..... -., ..-.. Il,d ntili.ru. Ill ...I...,.
Ul,(, ,.,,,. nf ,., .,tlni aw M.,
a , .i,.,, m,im,er that llie.v .ubl-
.. ....... ,.,, ,,.. trade of neutral
,,.1,1,1, i,M vi lli Herillanv
: ' . L' :,. ' ! I"
to tho last oi-
incut of 01nlltlon.1l contraband, espc
daily foodstuffs, to Herniaii.v was pia. -tic,
illy impossible. In fa. t, print to tin
protest which the American Oovernment
made In London on December iix, hm,
not a single shipment of such goods for
Hermany had been effected tfom tho
I'lilted Slates. Also after the lodging
of the protest and as far as is known
to the Hermany Kmbassy only one such
shipment bus been attempted by an
American skipper (the Wlllu Iniin.i
case) Ship and cargo weie Immediately
seized by the Hrttl.h and are still de
tained at a llrlltsh port
"As a pretext for this iiiiw.iriauteil
action tlie llrltlsh Hovernmeiit referied
to u decree of the German federal coun
cil concerning the wheat trade, al
ln,rt.,.,,1:,.,d'r inhr zrirr;" nil
though imported foodstulTs weie espe-
dally exempted from this tb-mee and
although Ihe Herman flovernment had
give-' all necessary guarantees and had
oven proposed a special organization
In order to secuie these foodstulfs for
the exclusive consumption of the civil-
iau population. The seizuie of an
American ship under these clrcuin-;
sluices was In contradiction wllh the
recognized principles, of International
"Nevertheless the t'nlled States Hnv
eminent has not yet obtained the re
lease of the ship nor has It after eight
months of war succeeded In safeguaid
ing the legitimate Aineilcan trade Willi
Hermany. Such a delay, especially when
the supply of foodstuffs Is con
cerned, seeiilH equivalent to a complete
failure. It Is therefore to be assumed
that the I'niled Slates noveriuneni has
accepleil llngland's violations of Inter
"Furthermore has lo be considered
tlie aliunde of the I iov eminent nf ihe
I'nlteil Stalls cnlicct mug Ihe question
of the expoilallon of war material The '
Imperial embassy hopes to agree with.
Ihe novernineul of the I'niled Stales In
assuming Hint with regard to the ques
tion of neutrality then, is not only the
C'oiifiniird on 7'i(ril Paw,
-UKI ' X- v
The Kronprinz Wilhclm.
FRENCH HOLD 544 MILES
OF FRONT; BRITISH 31 h
fpettnt (tiblf r;ifiA to Tnr. Ptv.
I'.ints, April 11. Tho Jtofiii gives
the extent of the Allies' front, based
on careful calculation The space
occupied by the different armies Is
French troops !44 miles
KiiBllsh troop 31 i.j
Ilelglan troops 1,
1 ii.,..i., ,w cr-
l Servian ami Montenegrin
to The Six
I'aris. April 11.
-Tho .Vntlii summar
ise, the Herman and Freneh budgets up
to .Match 31 as follow:
ieritian Kxpentif. ;.T2H.O0O.00O :
. .... t,.r.r, nni AAA . Kllla
r-"i"" '" ' ''
on the Itelchsbank, tdO.ftOO.OOO . total,
i.aoo.oon.ijOO , deficit, f l.t'.'o.nno OflO.
Kr-ince Kxpenses $ 1 7.VJ 000 000 re-
-eipis from buns. $ 1 Tl.s00.0on . national
defence bonds. r.sj.;o0 000 ; Hank of
..,.uv .v.inc.e. JSSO.OOO.nno : total,
' .""'.""". "-" 'b '
TRIESTE BAKERS SHUT DOWN,
.nr ln i.h.uIii-: nnd Well lo lln
rersoiis re rleelnu,
,,rntjf Ir li"lttti to Till sis
I'.oMi:. April 11 The bakeites at
TiIes;o have been forced to il,i-e thtur
doiiis hci.tu-c they caliiMt oblalu up-
pile" of flour, sals a desp.itch from that
place lo-tlav u lint Hour tne nailers
It.. 1 left from their own supplies has
r lh. deteriorate! because of t xces.
"' '1"."1'"'- Furthermore, the -up-
ply of coin meal is exhausted and the
i,mer cla.-es aie now foiced to go with-
The siippl of be, f i- al-o xery low.
rue supii or i.e. i i ai-o very low.
wuig to Hie fait that the mllllaii ail-
tho.lllei, have loqulsition.d all available
owing to the fait that the mllltais ail-
"Xen. aim ni'-ie is prnriicauy no iiiiik
to be had Infant nuntnliti is cone-
quenll.v iliiiea-lng at an alninilng late
and the citizens are becoming xeiy In-
dlgn.int over the tioveinnieni s neglect
of their nelfaie
The charitable Institutions ale prnc-
,"',"1' n"h0"1 f""."!' T "7 Tr" tinderfoot by stampeding horse
Wfhrn. and b.ead depots have had t...hrim , Bm. , thlk nr,
be discontinued A famine is threaten-
liic tlie iiiiliilliit-i. and tile situation 1
i.i.n.ireiitlv without leiuedy The an-'
thorltles nte en.-ouraglng nil who can
to leave the city and many well to do
citizens are coming to Italy
BREAD CARDS IN VIENNA.
litn ernineiif Issues Tickets to I un
serve Diminishing Soiil.
s,i,.-iir rihlt leiatch to Tnr Six
nnu.iN. 1 i.i London, April II --A
from Vienna savs that tho
of bread there has made It
,ho ' ' I ri lu 1 1 n 11 of lucid oar.1 as the
'"'s means avallahle for minimizing the
consiimntlon and nro-ervlng Hie siippU
.... ., ,i,.,,i, ,, ,i,., ,i,
Vienna ne.ispapers ate expressing ills,
satisfaction with the reduction made by
the Aiisiio-lluiigai Ian bank In thn i.ito
It i nlllclally aiinoiilned that "nn
more Itiisslau soldiers, iilni olllcers and
two guns have been captured as a re
sult of the latest Austrian successes east j
of I'ok I'ass
, lo gather. The horses were specially
CANAL BOAT JOFFRE'S DREAM. 1 shod that they might the belter be able
1 lo charge over the cobble paved high-
French Con. ...under X HI llevnte U,as.
Time to I'lsblnu fter XX'nr. I
, , ,, , .,... I tiinren Tilled With Soldiers.
;i.n.i( t al-tr lifiitrf, tn Tin: Sis ,
I'.vliis. April II.-. 'Opinion to-day j "5' "n0" 0u'r" wo p,ron,; 't"'
leveals Hen. .InlTie's siciei iuiil.lt Ion nienls of horse and foot surrounding all
ml now no means to p-iss the tiituie
wliei. Ihe war Is over
'lie, l.'l I. Nell O. llt.f .1 1 lsi.1 liu. Ii..., Itiniflit
n liano on which lie uiul Ills wilo will
live. The b.ngti will bo lowed from
cane, lo canai ami i;en. jonie will
apeiid his time fishing and observing
the hindso'ipe with Mine. JolYro Tho
whereabouts nf the harge will b kept
a profound secret.
7 Bjfl up
the second German sea raider to
Pro- War Mobs Cause
Riots all Over Italy
lU... It.... .. 'ri.,...c
1 1 I ' I I'.-s lIMI II .lllllll. -
Xaples. Florence. Aneona, 31ilan and Lejrhorn.
PIIFVHXT ATTACK OX
ie,,i; ( ablr leiiti h lo Tnr. SC.
IIomr, April 11. There was a gen
eral demonstration In favor of war
with Austrln In all tho important
Itnlian cities to-day. Tho Govern
ment's preciiitiotls liiid been so
thoroughly taken, however, that at no
place did any of the loader succeed
In addressing their followers. The
gathering crowds weie dispersed by
mounted tioops, who charged rough
hod Int., tl.elr midst, and by police
who were provided with heavy clubs
..i.iny perous weie injiueo oon iiiaii;
were atrested. .
Demoiistriitions took place :,t Milan.
wheie it was feaied that the spirit
of the people as djM'luv'l during the
day would reult In very serious out-
bleaks by night:
u iioiogna. wnere
the un-alest enthusiasm w.t Miown I
for war with Austria, nnd nt Naples,
ui.ere ,.,.. tti.ci,,,,, ..nriiMi.il man-
aged to g-t out a few words befoit. n
troop of oavalny drove into the mob
oii'i ' " "
Florence, Venice ami other places.
Crowds which tried to gather
the public sua,es In Homo and,
i throughout Italy to-da. en..!.- to
civ for war with Austria and s.nne to
d.-niand continued neutrality. were
chatged by forces of cavalry. Time nnd ,
i ihik'-u nj nnv.-, i,i..,ii,. one iui.i
again when the Human mobs iittenipted
to a ible in iiew plai es moiltiteil
again when the Human mobs iittenipted
hi.".-. i- nun n..-.i ...v.. mi-u. .nei
pobccineii with 1 lui.s drove at tiiem and
foi.'-d them lo scatter
,1((n) ,,.,,,,,. , nll,.r ,.
In the mob scene, heie, which oe
t cm led at vnr,oii open places through
nut the city
many people were tioiblen
thrown to the ground In the press of
the rrowds. Others weie wounded by
bludgeons w hlch Hew this way and that
. as tho police hurled themselves Into
' Mch gathering mass and used thelt
, a v,,,. tnat reveatod
very cleat ly bow determined tho Hovern
termined tho Hovern-
meiit Is that no
shall he made.
Signs of public agitation and of the
Oovernnient's purpose to prevent all
gatherings began carli m the dai
Leaders ot the war pronigandlsts had
(SMr, ., ,.al fol. public mae meetlnRs
i,-aders of the neutrality svmimihlzers
"art r ",e ''nu-Tht' m,,1,orlt"w ,,,ul
j ,sl(1 thflT arnlng and had said that
allJ. nttfiiit nt open air speaking or at
mass meetings would be promptly . and
If necessarv severely put down. Tho
liertspapeis had published the fuel thai
military forces would be distributed
throughout tho city lo aid the police.
The ctitlie city garrison, including tho
cavalry forces, weie turned Into the
stieets early 111 Ihe morning with orders
I lo disperse any people who nltempted
, nf the likely gathering places, the
streets In front of the (Julrlniil, tho
.Ministries, tho Austrian and thn Her.
man embassies and tho oonsulBtcs. The
lontrnl squares wore tilled with sol
diers and police, and tho streets were
patrolled by mnrchlng squads of police
armed with heavy stick"
Th mornlnc passed without any
seek refuge at Newport News.
., ,.r !.... , :..
silllll. - s Wl J n.MIII.S 111 Jt'lllll,
VOX WE LOW'S VILLA
water together with the poor oml..
, i.i. v,,.. . .. tlnn of tho cruiser that forced thu
tinsh, but shortly after noon the poo- ! .
Pie attempted to cluster In many open K,"l'"",i! ' landon l.-r daring ex
spaces. No limn was lost by the mill- I VMiP.
tary. Orders wero given that the poo- In the past eight months .sim e sl,0
pie must disperse and when they showed j left New York harbor Mie ,x.ink flficen,
an Inclination to disregard th orderi I steamships, ten of which were Uritisi-.
and ex eu began to .xell .Hid shout the ! Time after tune she on..r. 1 ,,r,.i,.r
police and soldiers moved quickly.
The Menes which lesulted hale not
been equalled In Itoinn since the anti
dynastic jilots weie suspected. The
mobs, ei.M when i barged by the
caxalry. shouted again and again ' Down
with Austria:" The Socialist leader
.Mii"sollnl and the Futurist leader Marl-
neiti who among tho many arrested
, :0o Socialists attempt, d to r.'ihl a pro-
!"'ll,.r,al"y m,'o;i'"-' They wer.. dlsper-ed
l by the s.mie lough methods empli.yed
' against otheis, mil their le.ulers. were
I '""led -"id tliiown into Jail
one throne of men made thlr n-.iv
' to the outskirts of tho city where stands
, i"' i iiueiowH res,ence, tne vine
"" ...--. .ni.i iiui ,i in e.i ii, in, the
ili.mi)nstratlnu. Tluy wero nieiented
nlv by the
prompt action of th
Jh.tiVt ,h-o. '
rn- ,,nt.,. ihti.ug'hout Italy are oeou.
pled In making a census of all foreign.
e-s anil in listing nil uit-mbeis of th
irmy who have mairled foreigners
Discredit lenoi. Iteport.
. ii iii-iMni-ni icpuriH irorn It nna
that llaron Steplien von Htirlan, the
Austrian 1'ivnil. r. has all but persuaded
i.iuperoi i rancis ,ioepii to ciMe the i
Treiitlno to Italy are commented upon
. - . .. "' ' "'
. , .,..',. . .,,,, , ,,
i ii is pointed our that Austtia i doing
eier thifig In lie,- power to delay Italian
, ...iniii.ii. .ui.i nn mis run m view
all suits of false piouuscs nf conces-lous
are circulated w.lli a view to satlsfiing
Italian opinion until Austria can inn.
elude a separate peace, when slm will
insist upon letalning the Trentlno and
eieiyihlng els.- that Italy wants
I he Italian ,te-i Is uii.iniinoui in em-
..1, ,u.,..f. .1... r.n. ..Ill I...
' '',"""' " "' '
Austria tinio tint nation has made
peace with the Allies and Is binning the
tlovernuient for excess of prudent e It I
Is fiiither held bv the press that the
1 Icli. .if ilnl iv In lntn..VA,it 0..1 ..... r , -
Kroa r ,,, .otd be a prenmture rits - -
I laratlon of war by Italv bei-auso a de -
1 ! ' not only deprive tho country of
1 1 . X l u
I widen Is more serious--will deprive the
I public of the Inspiration nnd Impetus to
patriotism whlih such gains would pio
vide KliiK I'or Intervention.
The Allies w ill be Justified In cnnsldor -
lug 'hat Italy is In realltv allied to
Austrl-i if she does not lute.-iene. siy
many of the newspapers, and the con-
sequiMii-es In that cist, will bo more dls-
astroiis than a war well fought but
lo-t The lilen .Yn:tonne hints In an
editorial that the King himself is urging
Intervention upon his Minivers with all
It is ofttclally denied by tlie Ossm-n.
fine ,'oiimiio that the apostolic dele-
gate at Vienna had made n secret and
I1I1R visit to the I'ope healing a lues-
sage from I-hnperor I'rancls .Insepli. The
denial, which has been upon ted at the
Vatican, Is highly slgnlllcant since It
neniH to imply that the I'ope Is prictl-
calls disinterested In Austria s fate It
Is well known on the other hand that
the i'opo since the beginning of the
war has been striving most of all to
prevent tin. dlslntegi atlon of Austria
Hungary, the mil) Catholic emplio in
Tho apparently Inevitable war be
tween Italy and Austrli has placed
the Pope In a most delicate uud diffi
cult position It Is verv likely because
of this thai he is can-fully refraining
from any dliect Inleicoursn with l-'ian-cle
Joseph, because such Intercom se
if known might lead to the opinion flint
he is favoring isila to Italy's detri
ment Tho correspondent of THE Si'.v hns
been Informed that Ihe I'ope hi in no
ens gone further than to rooominend
pence, tn Francis Joseph and has nn
vised It upon tho Austrian
nt any cost or sacrifice
Final I.'iiii to Safety Made
After a Thirty Hour
II HA OKI) OFF FIIOM
XKW YORK 15V FX I'M Y
Fscapes by a Loop Out ti
Sea and Swings In in
XO LIFH DFSTIIOVKI)
IX IIAiniXO L'KCOIJO
Ship Lived Off Her Captures
Sixty-three Cases of
Noiiki'I.k. April II.- The last of tho
Kaiser's sea taldeis-- unless tin Karls
rilllii Is still on lop of the sea tho
Kponprlnx Wlllielm, stea d ir.to
illnmplon Ito.-uls soon lifter o'clock
this tnornltis ami dropped anchor off
j Old J'olnt foinfort.
j The I'nltul States submarine H-l,
i which had sighted the Kronprmz .n
j the mists ofT Thlmlilo Shoal lightship,
I escorted the converted cruiser to her
j Xo fear of King Ueorgo's wur.sli.pi
idi)ve Cap:. Thlerfi-ldt lo neutral
wateis. If the quietly told story of 111
,youn Captain nnd IiIk First Lieuten
ant may be believed, .'t was lllnest
amotiij prisoners heri-beii from eat
ing too much rlco and drinking bad
til" ery Hoses i, fni and pouei.
fill cnilci-s whose on" nun was i.i
a tcli i ml sink her.
dumb I Mel- 1 llnl.
incn she fought her wnj no:
dallgei-oiis p!-illcaitient when
stumbled ii...,n n... lieiiui, . e eo
Iterwl.-k. Suffolk ami HrlMol
.. ,-,i '
"lr l"lso or eight months was n,l
touch ntiil g.. adventure, but in a . tin,
' 'I'1' ""'"ei.ii nei.r a ..in
timi, Capt. Thierfel.lt
I dished a bolder exploit thai, bis tie.. ,
. ,ulU alertness 0k lilm rafeii
i h rough
IJ"t night, when the Wronptin iu -
- piviachlnc Hie Virginia coast ei .,
! ,1,r," ""l""1 "'"I' ' "'
through a p-iti-d II if ltr!'i-h w .-
, . wh(1M. ui.llv ..... , .
.Joyed by Capt, ThierfelUt and Ins -
i .... .
ccr. Willie they fat In me w.ml m
.over u-ll-il was ni..-il...lili. fin. e f ,ik,v. I
banquet of the vvai.
The sheer dash nf the tluim
Sllllli'lelltly til the .shl.-wdni's-'
pluck with which n few xi.'ir.g i
man naval olllcets iii,in,igcil to
off the Inevitable for nianv ni" -h
It seeins i.-rlnin that I'.ipt Tn
feldt will follow Ml" course inker
ltpt. Thlerlcllsen of the I'ruu I
l-'lieilrli-h and consent to tin ui'
meni and dismantlement i.r li.s s
until tile end of the war ' t . n
1 that (annul be taken for grout. l
now that the wronprina is in an Am-
ir,m ,t it is liatdlv pi'.duli . 1 b r
cinild again evade
! . en ween tli.l. villi potlini ..It' . . . .
I 1 be liruiiinlio', i-i-l,nl.
rh !uriX, of th n(.Mnnn
1 entll elv tit,, xpe. led here Show r .
. ,,.i,.n ..f ti .. .-..eo,-.,, n., .,
I f " .. .. . ""'V..,n '" "
; siern, ine ivi ..-'I'l 111.5 i ttoeoi. . m
1 slowly Into t'.e Uoarls and dropped an
Ichor d shi.it d stance from s'i .ih ,i -
i redly In front of the llottl Ch.inber.
I l,n and . I tn. b-.it t '-sh-p i...
I mng, ftac-dep 'd the Atlinl. tb
There weie s.m . te,.i Ameiu-a-i a. .
ships in the l;.,id when the Ki i. i
Thousands ' s.i.iors , row del i-o-- I
the railings, of their vessels to .it ""
at thn Hcrin.ui xlsi'o.' The . .
, raider lired no salute and got no t
welcome fnmi the Ainei i.-.ni (be
; !(,,. ciew on the Ixiniiic'i v . '
tlitlr lials and Hie Amir
undo a sluitlai salutp The i.
rr,(ft was boarded almost in 'm I 'i
, py j,. w l .Mi-Cnri-ev ,in.
officer of tlie pun He was nn i r '
(-angplank mi ihe Herni.in v i
c.ipt TliK-if. lit. her connnaii.. .
I MVc sickness on bo..i.l. m
i was tlie i lei in ui Captain's gre. i ig i'--'
nhaklng lianda wltli tile Ann-'.
rial. "Will .villi klep llle
many da s"
The Hern. an off u ei was l-if .1
he co-lid proceed to Newport S.
an hour, but that he would piob.ii
be allowed to I in. I until he s.iti.
iiuthoiities that there was n '
from contagious disease
llrltlsh (llllcliil. Miiii.ifil.
Tin" arrival of the Kioupr -I
tin. llrltlsh consul. ii seixe
I I.I.- e.i.i .... ,.t 11- . I kll . ,.,i t ,
win. h had been w . ling I t
Pi Mir. Hitel F: ,i -1 '. k
In l - iden.-a csit 'i i - 'i
111 r ,h autl'-'i-r es w ose i
ing m find fit .uunhoi
( tlii'i.iRI, he I ap sol f.u-