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I City to Learn Wher Money Goes.
! First accurate, detailed survey of official
New York in all its branches just com-
' pleted by Commissioner of Accounts.
Some of his discoveries told in THE
SUN to-day. See Page i, Section 6. i
THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair to-day; to-morrow cloudy; mod
erate east to northeast winds.
Highest temperature yesterday, 70; lowest, 56.
Detailed weather, mall and marina reports on pago l.i
VOL. LXXXII. NO. 279.
NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1915. Copyright, 191B, by thr Sun Printing and PubHihinp Attoeiatton.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
TO END STRIFE
Wilson's Nolo KpsiiHs
Tentative Plan for an
VILLA OFFICIAL TAKES
LK.l IN PEACE 3D VE
CoiitVrcncos in V. S. Pro
posed A. It. C. Dele
gates May Aid.
Fit. l'Af), .tune 5, President Wilson's
role to the Mexican leaders has resulted
In the forming of tentative plans fir
n understanding between Villa and
Carrsnta. The plans have progressed
to the Mace wliero H. Arredondo, Car
rinia representative at Washington, has
been asked hy a high Villa oltlclnl on the
terrier to outline some basis on which
an understanding may bo reached.
leaders of loth factions hero and In
Juarez hae held a number of confer
ences and are now contemplating bring
ing some action that will get VI1U and
Carratiza and the other leaders together
on a friendly footing to discuss thotr
As Indicating the willingness of Villa
offlclals to Join In this movement, den.
Arxeles has wired to Juarez from Ltn
tlst ho 'thoroughly approves the Wilson ,
mwwge. and despite the fact that we I
. winning I personally would bo will-1
Its to cease fighting at tills time If I
basic of undcrstanuing coma do arrived i
ai .0 wn.11 w.r - umieivuin
noma ue, repreer;iiiivps 01 neiwicr
either fac- j
t.on Hrrc w lllng to exiircss an
lit complete failure of tho
tntes conference, which helped rather,
than hindered the llnal break, has ais
cour.urd Indent here In the belief that
a conference !n .Mexico would bo of any
ad In I'ritix.nu alKiut a settlement.
It .. p:m-d out that the .rc,..
de.ft '. of the other faction us coorclon.
It is he efore prutmsed by certain t
t factional reprefenlatlves that th
tti::fire.!c lw new in tins country, pox- ;
..blv ith ihn ui,i of the former "A. n. !
C." (lelegiitrt, 1
i.etiil ! .-Hunts arc being humect 1
rorin nmi uvic t ana j-oinis sown ,
Obrsoii. farranr..! .idviccs state. The
CarrjiizlittiiH declare that Villa Is 1:1 u
p.ap and that he will be attacked from 1 administer Justice, and urged that tho
boih the north and south by such largo h, rbuked
fortes that he will be unable to escape. a,ttm'n reouKea.
Acooiil.ng to all reports both Villa's anl "Georgia cannot afford, said Hend
Obre?on Hues of communication ate , ley, "to allow outsiders to tell her that
rut. "the one from Leon and the other )lc mut not carry out the sentences
from lr..pi.a-o. obregon still holds hU ,, d , . her cottrt, Ja.0 M, Krank
trenches at Trinidad. ! ' . . . , , , . , ,
Advices to Curranza representatives ,
here state thai a reolutlon
dlltlon backed bv
C!enttflc-os and the church has broken I
In Daxaca. The advices do not state I
shether or not any general movement
from the tato has yet begun.
SEE CHANCE FOR PEACE.
AdmlitUtrnlloii Thinks Chiefs May
Acrre nn llx-Minister Taglc.
tVAHUMiToN, June 5. There Is at
lean a probability. In tho opinion of
Administration officials, that order will
b restored In Mexico without armed In
I'rventlon by tho United States. Hope
for such nn adjustment Is based on a
belief that after a reasonable period
Carranza, Villa, Zapata and other mili
tary chieftains may compose their dif
ferences and agree on a man who, ln
iheory at least, will represent the old
Marltro Government, which fell upon the
as.aslnallon of Francisco Madero.
In a rrijor' filed with tho President
p11v.1l West who rpado an Inquiry lntojxor commu,alon are governed by Judge
1 "." :.', ;c , j
. on be half of the Ad -
i.it lit- Interviewed all
h and usked each of
. VIK1. IIUO.S III ..ll'All'U till UVII.1I! Ill 111V 4Wt
mininra'101). said th
tbt imPtary leaders
iram wiiat lit, was light ng ror. .aen
.tr..,n.i.u uiiii ii" nun in uiu iimu mi,., . , ,M for nntl a canst commu
rt:o:c -he Madero Government.
I'mln the Mexican law the Presiden
ts Mir.-esMon tlescends through the
Vlce-penidt-ney tn tho membership of the
Fe-ler.il Cabinet, the same practice that
"'Mi's 111 tho I'nlted States. Upon the
f.aMt-ition of Madero and the Vice-I'eile-.i
all the members of the
SIddiru Cabinet with the exception of
iisnwr. Tagle, the Minister of Finance,
resigned Taulu he.l.l his post until he
o- Mr, by Iluerta. Ho has slnco
liud in leiirtnient In Mexico city.
ln- Areeist Tnstle.
Offi 1,1. s '.ere talie the. noxltlon that If '
r'" ' Villa are fighting for the torn... for Uecclver Taylor of the Capl-
Jfs'e ..o, of the .Madero Government Company, whose leading
tl.n urn I- won over to the acceptance '" "J - "" "
0' T.itf r provisional President. The stockholders In connecilon with a MOO,-Adm-n
ration has by no meanw de- 000 settlement for oleomargarine fraud.,
" " rxe-l uiion Tagle as the man to paid the fee.
R ri . t II giv.- its, support In rae It Assistant District Attorney II. L. Burns
vo -e-o Mexico. - of Columliu!. who was criticised for ac
'i:t' 1,. tn.'r. Iv point that ns Tagle In , ceptlni? ti similar fee. also leslgned, S.
tV-' ir- 1- ,tii ,, Minister of the Govern- I H. Holln of Columbus was appointed by
"le t ,1' Ciirraiir.il, Villa and the others I President Wilson to succeed McPherson.
're igtng to restore, a way Is open :
o -omptw-e their differenct s b ,
.. oiind the man who, under ,
r run ttttlon of the situation as,
' lv I nival West, is In fact
1 1' I
it . 1
t-f tienvbiiloil nti 'i tun n nf I
;, . ..t t. .-..nr. h.. i-.i
a t'x.- ,n .Mexican politics. It
ed he-e that Villa could be per-
S-l t. I t
pi 1 ige. t.arranza. now-.
;i r.ji.i r.:rit not In a frame of
1 mis time to consider any one
li" n n.'f
. ' w. -.. ni in an ofllclnl nitaiter to-
" 1 luiial West will shortly return
gtoti and act as nn adviser to
' Wilson ami Secretaty Bryan
n-reiMil from lied Cross
'! Amerlr-an Consular officers
'i.i-li.i-ln lli. 1 liiiiii..il,-,tn nerd
pmrnt nf food supplies to
T , j.m H.Ivl.-eu Indicate th.it
f r ,
ttt.tsi r,. , f ,., riOI) prtivlilrsl. thousand.
Cnttfr.Mfd on fifth Page.
THE SUN TO-DAY
CONSISTS OF SIX SECTSION,
FIRST -Central News 14
SECOND -Sportint. Automo. 20
biles, Kenneli . . 6 J
THIRD -Society, Art. Drama.
Chess . . . . 12
FOURTH -Pictorial Magazine and
the War Illustrated. . 16
FIFTH -Semi-New. Articles. For
eign, War Features, Re
sorts, Schools . . ,10
SIXTH -Special Features. Real
Estate. Gardens. Poul
try, Financial, Problems 8
Readers or neicsJealers who Jo not re
telce all of that actions utll oncr a
fator on " Tit Sun" by notifying the Pub
lication Deportment at once by the phone
1200 Beekman) and the milling sec
lloni ulll bt promptly forwarded If pos
sible. FRANK HEARS CRIES
Tin AT IT n urn ln I mil 1
linlflNll- nl I K A TH
UllUillU lllsJ UutXlll ,
Troops Under Arms in Atlanta
as Mass Meeting Demands
OUTSIDE INFLUENCE HIT
i result of their action In the recent ex
, , i amlnatlons. These young men were
June 5. Hesolutlons pro-. 1....1,,.-. f,n,u. n.r,i n
testing against the commutation of tho
,ieat, entence Imposed on Leo M. Vrank
for ,he nmr,icr f Mary Phagan were
aoMcd at tt ma meet,nB hel(, knight '
on tne BroUnds of the Georgia State
p.,,,!..,!. The resolutions also denounced i
"outside Influences" for what Is termed
,n nttemnt to break down trial by jury
in Georgia and to make a "Joke of Geor- j
Ba courts and Justice." I
Th1 mc(.t,n(f ha(1 ,,n wrtl adwrt(ed
I and there were more than 4.000 persona
Gov Slaton. fearing that trouble might ,
fellow- as a result of the cltement ;
nrouscd by the meeting, had the mllltla
com,,anles In the city under arms at the '
ttar. was no need for
troops. The meeting was orderly.
The Rev. A. C. Hendley. pastor of an
Atlanta Baptist church, was the only
, -tl ,
speaker. Dr. Hendley knew Msury Pha
gan and he has taken a deep Interest
In the case.
rn(lt(.y, In hls address, charged that
"outside Influences are attempting
dictate to Georgians how they shall
was rainy irieo nu cunicieu. "it 1
i-niien niaies ouiireme ..uuri 1110 iiihn
l tribunal In the land has all
h?.nil,"!" ' the Georgia courts,
If Frank is allowed to escape we ,
might as well abolish trial by Jury In .
Georgia, to commute rrana s sentence
vould be an Invitation to mob law." '
Hendley also attacked certain Atlanta
ministers who have asked clemency for
Tho ministers- address wan louuiy 1 They also protested against the pro
cheered and the applause was heard ny.posal to punish only seven when many
Frank In his cell In the Jail, which Is 1 others are equally guilty,
only a short block from the Capitol. sonr of the midshipmen -profited by
The meeting to-night Is the first of a
series of anti-Frank meetings to be held
In every county In the State.
The etate Prison Commission will ren
der Its decision on Frank's plea for
commutation of death sentence to life
Imprisonment probably on Monday. Tho
Commissioner, are .pending the week
end at their homes, but will return to
the Capitol on Monday morning. It la
authoritatively stated that the commis
sion will recommend commutation.
Two Commissioners, It Is said, were
ready to vote for commutation at tho
close of the Frank hearing last Monday,
wtille the third Commissioner was In
.... I 'r U ...... nntninlBulnnani Vi n t'l-
nor commuiauon are governeu ny .lungo
j Hoal).B ,ctter ,n whlch h -xpr,.,,,,
Mollbt aH , Frank's guilt. When tho
Comm8H0Prg- recommendation has
)(,cn r(.lve,i (!ov, slaton will give hear-
tatlon. Solicitor Dorsey will go before
tho Governor to oppose commutation.
TWO U. S. ATTORNEYS QUIT.
Ohio Offlrlnl llrsenl firegtiry's
Criticism for Tallin Bin Fee..
Coi.VMnt's, Ohio, June 5. F. T. Mc-
Pherson, United States District Attorney
of Cincinnati, resigned to-day a. a fe"
suit of criticism directed against him
by Attorney-General Gregory for ac-
rentlnir a 110.000 fee for acting as atr
35 POUNDS Of VlSAli, $3,4UU.
Nrw VorU nrredcr Hny. Hsiby Cost
1 for nlK Prlpe.
I Ftica, June
-Central New York
' has ngaln demonstrated Its high pol-
tltm In the Holsteln-Frleslan world by
,,...,- M. inn(.a. n Clinton breeder.
I .. . , ,. i,i
wmii U'o hlghe3t price for any animal
rold nt tne uazenox-ia saie, wnicn nan
been In progress two dayB with pro
ceeds exceeding M00.000.
Mr. Jones xva.s the final bidder on the
famous Falrvlew Bag Apple tie Kol,
which sold at 13,650.
T. K. Getzelman paid ?3,400 for a
thirty-five pound daughter of King
M'giH, l-oiielglled by li. C, Brill of
Ktewardsvllle. N, J, Mr. Getzelman also
paid Mr. Brill fl.000 for Maartjo Ct
lantha Johanna, xvhlch has a record of
thirty-two pound, of butter' In seven
IN CRIBBING PLOT
Three Dismissed, Seven Under
Arrest rind About 100
DANIELS ORDERS INQUIRY
Secretary Appoints Four Offi
cers to Conduct the Investi
gation nt Academy.
Wasiiisoton, June E. A new Investi
gation Into certain Irregularities In the
examinations at me .-s.ivai ,xc.nirin
k. CArfnpv rinnlels to-day an '
the result of his visit to the academy J
xi,n Beeretnrv has annotated four
I naval officers who nave not been re-,
cently associated with the admlnlstra-'
Hon of the academy to examine all
I Seven midshipmen arc already under '
' arrest and have been recommended for ,
dismissal on account of having got ad-
vance Information of the examination
qutionll whe about a hundred other j
midshipmen are understood to be In- '
The board named Dy Mr. Daniels cor.-
. . . ., . t-
sisis or caput, ix. n. ixussen m n.
Long. Commander It. L. Destlguer and i
Lieutenant-Commander W. C. Watt.
The dismissal of three midshipmen was
approved by the President to-day as a
1 i.ir.iiru ,., ..... .v..v. .
.mln.itlon mom 'o learn their marks.
, fourth midshipman was recommended
for dismissal on the charge that he tried !
r,fUMel to make public the names of
these young men,
The seven young men who are under
I arrest Hnd whose dismissal has been
,.,i.,i ..r. ,nrt .0 imv. h.rt
n their possession copies of the Spanish 1
examination paper in advance of the
emIntloiu JVpZiT'TiJ -
vr,lv,l ha.l been furnished with the
same Information In advance. '
9ne midshipman got through a source 1
frbuted them generously throughout the
academy. The majority of the midship- j
that enclosed was examination "dope,
which might be helpful. Few knew until
they reached the examination room that
copies of the examination questions hal
actually been stent to them.
A Protest Filtered.
The dismissal of the seven at first I
Implicated Is being protested against on
the ground that scores of others In tho,
.wt.,r,.. ,.r ,.it- km miiti. ti,.. -
... .... iu mw-wi....,i,. irtldent Wllon anil Ills adMers tie-
seven. Mr. Daniels m Inclined to take The question of the location of the work ', . Kiv, tlu, jen Government an j
this plea Into consideration, and It wr.s 1 to be conducted under the Mayo endow- ,ortuiiltv to receive the Information I
partly for this reason that he ordered article was referred to by Itegent Pierce I . Ambassulor vou HernstorfTa rep
a new Investigation by officers not as-1 it-move the work from Itochester were '.... i...,i.
u.-l...l ...,U .1,- -.iMlnl.l.nlUn n .....
ruimicii n.c iwiiiiiiibii.iiuii wi tuu
it nan ucen pom'ea out 10 tne tsec.ru-.
tary that certainly ho majority of tho 1
ivirtxhlpmen wno received these papers
could not be accused of navlng con
sciously had foreknowledge of tho ex
amination Questions, as they were not
informed that the nuestlrms sent to them
wero any more than suggestions which
they would do well to consider.
The midshipmen asserted that hardly 1
any one could fall to avail himself of
suggestion, of such a character reach-!
Ing him In advance of nn examination. 1
this information, for new examination,
were held later.
NAMES OF DISMISSED.
SThey Come From Tennessee, Indi
ana and California,
Annapolis. Md.. June S. The mid
shipmen who were dismissed to-day by
order of the Secretary of the Navy are
v. ulll, Tennessee, second class:
llalpn It. ".vers. Indiana, and John O.
Crlnan, California, third class.
It Is understood that Ihev were founrt
guilty of iittemptlng to secure examlna-1
Owing to the Investigation the practice
squadron will not start Sunday on the I
cruise ns scheduled.
SUBMARINE CARRIER HERE.
French Ship Has Mouth to AMnilt
A great tank .tenmehlp. Into which
1 n nilhm.irln run ht flnnti1 nnH trv i
, ,,,.,. ,,..,. ,rA ,...,. ,
Bordeaux under the French flag. This
steamer, aptly named tho Kanguroo, Is
, There arc two others building. She will
be anchored on Liberty Island for sev -
eral days. . ..
t,u. i-riiA jirniiiru -AiMitineti 10 call
er, yesterday that the Kanguroo had
been built by the Schneiders of Creusot
and was designed to deliver new sub
marines to purchasers. Sho delivered
a submarine at Buenos Ayre. on
nary 4, but since that time she
been carrying general cargo.
The Kanguroo has no bulkheads. Her
bow plate are removable, The stem of
the vessel Is lowered by pumping In
water 11ml the submarine Is floated In
through tho bow. Then the water I.
pumped out again, the bmv rises to
normal level and the submarine Is
v edged In a dry dock. Tho Kanguroo
can carry a submarine of from 600 to
Tho .(range hlp will load here with
a general cargo for France.
BUCK DEER COMMITS SUICIDE.
Leap, in Front of Federal Kapress
to K.cape Does.
Brexvbter, N. Y June 6, A young
buck deer, In order to escapo pursuing
tlogs, committed .ulcldo near here to
day by leaping In front of the Federal
Kxpress of tho Central New England
Hallway. Tho deer was one of a pair
which hax-e been roaming over Htuyvc
rant F3h'n country place.
The train engineer sent word to th
deapatcher and John tngalls, the section
foreman, found the deor'n body 100 feet
away from where the engine hit It,
Gamo Protector Barry haa tho venison.
CUMMINS TO ASK RESERVES.
Would Have- IT, Turn Interior
Forts Into Trsslnlnar Schools.
Tacoma, Wash,, June C, Senator
Cummins of Iowa announced to-day
that he has prepared and will Introduce.
In the next Congress a bill to create ami
train a force of reserves who would be
ready to defend the United States lr
case of emergency.
The bill as outlined by Senator Cum
mins would empower the Government
to turn eight of the Interior forts and
barracks that no longer have strategic
value Into military schools. To theso
schools would be appointed boys In the,
same manner as they are appointed to
Annapolis and West Point. They would
receive training that would enable them
to take commissions In the reservo or
LET HENRY FORD DO IT.
Carnegie Won't BnIM n Library In
Aula Man's Home Town.
Detroit, June li. After two years
negotiation the Carnegie Library Cor-
poratlon has refused the request of
Highland Park, a Detroit suburb, for a
library and at the suggestion of the
corporation the matter has been put
up to Henry Ford.
"Vou have a philanthropist In High-
land Park let Henry Kord build you
a library." Is the substance of thecom-
munlcatlon In which the corporation
turned down the village's request.
nv.r ., Mr. t'nrH. Hnrv PirH I. nxl In .
the habit of giving away libraries, but
tho matter Is now receiving his personal'
FAVORED BY REGENTS
Hoard Will Take Up Condi
tions on Wednesday.
St. Paul, Minn.. June J. The exv'J-
t)vf nmittee of the Hoard of Itegenn
the University of Minnesota vote.1 ,
unanimously to-day to recommrml tor
adontlon the report of the sub-commit- '
. outlining the condition under whle'i 1
of the $1,000,000 endowment offered by I
D. Charles H. and William J. Mayo of
ne.W. Minn. The regular meeting
of the entire board will be held Wednes.
The plea set up by the opposition far
more time In which to Interpret and
aralyae the conditions will lie referrtJ
e sime tlm"
-eniZ . Lm;.;
to the entire board at tin
Dr. C. L. Greene, reprc
men. opposed Oie Immediate acceptance
of the endowment, lie maintained -hat
-ulllrlent time has not elapsed In which
.' u.i .v. ..,k--,,i...'j
.. . ... . . -Y.I.- .1. t
,ne main joinis at issue. 1 ue iiiiiunrK
article was referred to by Hegeut Pierct
Ilutler as covering the question:
"The place for carrying on the gradu
ate medical Instruction and research
work with the endowment Income shall
be Itochester. Minn. This condition It
Its medical anil scientific work will he
conducted and directed by the board nf I
regents from Rochester, appropriations!
from the Income of the endowment fund
may be used for the promotion of imtll-
cal resrch anywhere within or out-
sido Hie Maie 01 .Minnesota ror any
work of medical Investigation."
GREEK KING LOSING RIBS.
Cnnrlantlnr I'ndentoe. Serond
Operation Condition tlll Crltlral
Athens, June 5. King Constantino
of Greece underwent a. second operation
to-day, a part of the tenth rib being re
moved by Dr. Hlneberg. The operation
Is said to have been successful, though
1 ,,0 King's condition Is still critical.
,, , ... ,., , ,K. ,.
. ' M that ,WO rll,!" m:l "avo
lo l" removed before the operation is
' tnmpleted. HI. temperature last eve-
. PU"" aim respira
King Constantlne, who has been stif
ferlng from pleurisy for several week",
was operated tin during the latter pa t
of .May. Ills condition has been serious
lor some time.
COMMUTERS OUT $6,000.
Imnn I.lanrl Itoad Cel.
I Oal.r Price of Trip Tickets.
awant, June 5. The Public Service
Commission ha. permitted the Irig
1 Island Itailroad, In order to equalize Its
commuters' rate on a basis of four mills
a mile, to make slight Increases ln the
-harges for exlxty trip monthly and
forty-six trip school tickets between the
1 w,s,cr" 'e"nla' nni1 Points enst of
! Flower Field on the Wading Itlver
Branch, east of Holtsxille on the main
line and cast of Bayport on the Moutauk
Public fiervlre Commissioner Carr,
who handled this case, declnrr. In his
decision that the four mill rate pro
posed to be made effectlvo compares
with tho rates on tho other railroads
leading Into New York city. Tho direct
result of the Inereaso will mean addi
tional revenues of about J6.000.
HER RIFLE STILLS AUTO HORN.
Pcnnsilxnnln Wiimnii Wound, a
Austin, Pa-, June B. Mrs. Martin
Brown Is bitterly opposed to automobile
horns, a. Dr. Phillip Horn of Austin
has learned to his sorrow.
Yesterday the physician was testing
his uuto horn ln front of his residence,
which Is near that of Mrs. Brown. The
latter discharged a siimll Imre rifle at
the physician. One of the bullets cut
the doctor's scalp near the temple, cant
ing a slight wound.
Mr.. Brown was hold to-day In 300
WILSON HOLDS DP
REPLY TO GERMANY
Time Needed to Qo Over Care
fully All Toints of Inter
LIKELY TO 00 MONDAY
!( tl V I'lll'tlV CatlSOll 1)V SHjjllt
Indisposition of Presi
1 Bombs were dropped along the oast and
WAsitlNHT-.N June 6. President (southeast co.ust, though at what spe
Wilson's new note to Germany did not rifle places the Admiralty does not nay,
gn forward to Ilerlln to-day Thero Is and a "few casualties." resulted,
little expectation now that It will be This morning's announcement respect
tent from Washington before Monday. , ng the raid wan a mero statement of
The failure of the Government to ' tl0 flct, no details whatever being pub-
despatch the note and the mystery with
which this delay was enshrouded came
as an anticlimax t the tense situation
which has prevailed hero since tho re-
."lpt of Germany's last note. It gave
rise to a great deal of speculation and
all sorts of explanations were advanced, j
It can ne sain posmxcix. '"- London with their famltles at once. In
that the delay In sending the nolo In nO'Mch(.uc tnB warntngB were anonymous.
way Indicates any chango In tho Presl- Sovcra, porHOnl, notified Ilobert P. Skin-
tlenfs plans or any serious differences tf)e -.-.i,, consul-Ger.erat hero.
CPUrse tnat OUgni lo no purnuiru. i.
My !"'' rlc ,0 man' exaggeratcl ,
reporis 01 mis riiarau.rr .w-..-,.
The main purpote in noiuing me nuic
back, It as said authoritatively to
night, was merely one of caution, to
give State Department experts a chance
to go over the points of International
law with the nreatet rare. It was
ndded that tho note probably will be
sent from Washington on Monday.
it ,ecamc known to-night that one j
, t,f the reasons for the delay was the
fart that the President was suffering '
' last night from a bilious attack and did '
not feel equal to the task of nutting
the finishing touchet on the commurtlca-
tlon. The President had a
day as a result of Ux- a
spent the larger part of t
The President had a headache to-1
ttack. so he ,
the time out,
it was said authoritatively
that he was at work upon It In his stud)
until a late hour to-night.
The d-l.ty would not have aroused
'O much Interest ere U not for e
S ll "
note will be
hlch was gen-
aeceptul, was that the receipt
of the German Foreign umce noie ou.,
th Gtilfllcht and the dishing oaf
necessitated home changes in me com-1
munlcatlon drafted by President Wilson. I
I X0"'" IHrstns ha.l the Idea that the
'President and his advfr. have entered1
" yjVXhU HkHy 7n
.. on,. Ul.jiy 0n the part of
, "u ' "m ' .nrwerlng this new note,
M,friii.in in answtrini, imn ni nut..
Still others argued that President
Wilson Is now roortlng to Secretary '
llr-an- expedient of letting time play '
a large part In Miioothlng away Inter
Hopeful as officials here continue tn
be that Germany will make a more sat-
nrr submarine programme. The fact
that twelxe ships, three of them lieu-
,ra, have been torpedoed In Hie last
lhrr. m.ivm bv the Germans was re-
garded as a 'somewhat Mronger Indl-
cation of Germany's Intentions than the
. ncrsonal assurances of German rcprc-
Such OerinaVi newspaper comment on
the situation as ha. reached Washing -
ton has not Impressed officials with the
likelihood of Germany making Mich con-
cessions ns are necessary to place her
acts within the principles which this
Government has Invoked
satisfied that Germany iloes not wish
n break with the I'nlted Stntes, but
they are much In doubt as to what
sacrifices Germany Is willing to make
to avoid It.
SMALLPOX ON HILL YACHT.
1 n,,nr,i Mnn' l lsblnic Trlii
I.nltrntlnr In Postponed
Ni:w Lonpon, Conn., June B, James
J. Hill's steam yacht Wneoiita, which
winters here, would have started Tues-
day on her annual trip to the. salmon
j fishing grounds along Ttlver St. Johns,
J Labrador, but her chief engineer, May
' nanl Bray, has smallpox nnd the yacht
and her crew will be quarantined for a
The Wacout.i Is anchored In mid
stream In the upper harbor. A physician
visited the yacht this afternoon and
I vacclnnted tho entire crew of forty.
Mr. Hill Is not on board tho yacht.
It has been ills custom to gn ny rail to
I Montreal and with his party meet the
xxacouia mere ari Ban to tne nsiung
1 1 .. ... 1 .
SELLS PARAPLANE TO ITALY.
lr raft ! i.lKht. Sxxlft nml
Xlnkes Sunt 1 1 Tnrttet I'p .lofl.
Pr.EK&KiM., Juno fi. Mlclmel Parlsan
of Med ford village, after several year,
of experimenting, has patented a light
weight flying machine that he calls a
parnplane, which the Italian Government
has Just purchased to use In the war.
The paraptiine, the Inventor says, has
three advantage over other aircraft,
being smaller, lighter and faster, anil
cjqH-clally adapted for scouting work be.
cause It 1st hard for marksmen to hit It.
PORTER CHARLTON SANE.
Voting American Who Killed llrlilt
Mn.t Slniitl Trlnl.
Como, Italy, June r.. Porter Charlton,
the young American who nuirdeied hi.
wife at it villa lu-re In June, 1010, has
Ixtn declined mjio. Ilia trlnl for nuir
del licgllirt next wrek,
Charlton xvas brought back to Italv
a year ago after a hard legal right and
rmro Hint time has fought against a
tilal on the ground that ho w-as Insane
when he committed the crime,
Warn Americans to Flee
. London to Avoid Air Raid
Anonymous Telephone Messages Advise Several to
Hurry From Capital Embassy Denies Knowledge
of Source of Counsel Bombs Dropped on Coasts.
RECALLS NOTICE TO LUSITANIA PASSENGERS
fpetial Cable Dfupateh to The Sck.
IOndo.v, Juno G, There was another
' Zeppelin raid on Hngland last night.
lushed, "llombs were dropped at various
j,iaces." raid the statement, "with little
T)ie raid last night lias attached spe-
i,Bnincance to the fact that several
,Ulu,r;Ciln residents of London re
warne(l tary ln tno evonlng to leave
in.it.iv thn. hv h.irt rpeelved such warn-
An)0nR th(wc noflM wnll M. K ghaler,
fn member of the American Belgian Ue-
lief Commission. He was told to leave.
Ills house during the night and to fill
b'or several days a report has been In
circulation that all American women In
London h.ul ben warned to leave tne
city, and that the warning came through
the American 1-mliassy at Ilerlln. In-
ipilry at the American Kmbassy here
brought forth 11 denial of the report.
It was otllcialiy announces to-nign.
that ln the recent Zeppelin raid over
lndnn six persons were killed. An off!,
olal statement following the raid gae
the number f deaths as four. To-days
"it Is now poible to state definitely
the number of fatalities caused by the
hostile aircraft which Waited the neigh-
borhood of I5ndon, May 31
ber Is six one man. one woman and four
..Thl! number does not include the
ri"e ' "n '1,orl5' woman, wnose ueatnjwas Kiuen.
lUljn 1IUU 111 UIUI IM
ni!iiiiuniiu 111 liuiuuu
HAVE TRUNKS PACKED
Lnsitania Incident Has Made
.iifei7l ruble PetpateS la Tm Srv.
Pakis. June 5. The correspondent of
the VMf Joumol at The Hague tele-
graphs nn Interview with Mrs. Anna
Schaedler. president of the Chicago Fern -
s yet np- jna League, who has Just returned to ,icrf, t0 Fpe) ffaf0ty aboard a third cities and personalities and his nt-ser-LFT'e
The Hague after a trip ln Germany. Hritlsh trawler, the Little Hoy. The tlon that hi. wa a traellliig agent for
Pin- declares herself In favor of the
Miles, although she previously was In
f of Germans. She complained
,a"r . .........,,,,.
that she had been naui '
many and was firmly convinced that the
.,Pi,in. committed by the tiermans
"ve been worse than r'I"
have been worse than reported,
- She sain me man
Kmbassy at Berlin hnd their trunks
linJ were rrady to leave at a
1 1 ,h. .inlctne of
moment, notice, hinxe ine si. mm. '
the Lusltanla, sne says, "-"i. ...
xterlln do not know what to expect
PARIS GETS REPORT.
Ilenrs From Amslerdam American.
In Berlin Were Warned.
:..-, ruble Detpatrb to Til. Pes
PARI. Juno o. The correspondent 01 . i"-- ir.imt-i ii tori.t
oesSXfrl KSil, BERraTOIAUTTEUR.
colony there has received unofficial 1
warning to be ready to leave Germany. , 1 orm'r -'! Premier to Ae
A note was sent to members of the , company Son to Front,
colony saying "diplomatic relatloret be- viksna, June B. Count Leopold
twecti the I'nlted States and Germany
may be broken off In forty-eight hours."
A similar report reached New York
on Thursday " u u..i. .......
. 1 1 A.v..ln frni
BATTLE ON LN THE BALTIC,
siriinn German Fleet Kxchnnge.
Shot. With Iln.Hlana.
1 rKTI!(M.ItAp, jime 5. The presence of
1 PPl ear the Gulf of Itlga Is
I ..... .tl I.,.- ..tHAle,1 ae
repotted in tho following olflclal state
went by the xvar mure ;
"A strong German fleet ha. appeared
In tho mid. lie Baltic and exchanged rhotH
, lth tle jUgsl.in tlect near the Gulf of
WOUNDED AMERICAN BETTER.
KilTIn nockssrll nerorrrln. From
...i.;- ...,., t. -.,
r..Klllln Ilncltwell. nn
of th,. Americans In the Foreign Legion
who was wounded in .xiny and sent in
the military hospital at ltennes, Is re
covering rapidly. Ho had a clean bullet
wound through the inign. ine bone
had been grazed
Itockxvell was shot while participating
In 1111 attack on the village of I-i Tar-
L-ettt- on May ! He did not reach the 1
bosnltal nt Hennes until four dayis later,
when tlin wound was dressed for the
I.nKli.n.1 Call, for An.lrallnn..
Mri.iinrRNE. June o.--Minister of De
tence Pt-.tKM haa announced the. receipt
of an urgent call from Kngland for more
r.,r Hie front. The llntster
says that as many men a oan be raieed
In the commonwealth win no sent
was attributed to shock caused by the
Despatches telling of warnings tele
phoned to Americans In London to pro
tect themselves against another Zeppelin
raid were received in New York yester
day with somo anxiety. The lesson of
the Lusltunla is responsible for the at
tention paid to what ordinarily might
be considered a Joke of a morbid person.
It will be recalled that the Lusltanla
left New York on Saturday, May 1, 11ml
tnat morning newspapers or tho country !
c.arrlt'd advertisements over the slgna-'
ture of the German Kmbassy nt Wash
ington naming Americans to stay off
the ships of Germany's enemies. In
addition a few hours before sailing n
number of well known passengers, many
Of whom afterward lost their lives, re
ceived messages by telephone and tele
graph ndvMng them to take some other
ship. Charles Krohmaii received such a
message and so did Charlts Klein, the
playwright, according to report. Alfred
Gwynne Vanderbllt received a telegram
at tv pier giving him a warning. Al
though the f'untird Line afterward de
nied the message, it was declared to
have been sent to his friends. Mystert
ous men. It Is said, were about tho pier
until the vessel sailed, handing out
The mjsterlous telephone messages In
Ixmdon nre taken to be along a similar
line and to Indicate that Germany may
be about to undertake a wholesale air
SEVERAL KILLED IN AIR RAID, j ports, according m n startling confes-
slon made to-day by Itoliert Hcnenthal.
Nnmbrr of Victim of Attnrk on j now under arrest on a chargn of espl
Cronn Prince's llpmlitinrtrrs. onage.
London, June fi. Several men were ! Itosenthal's cnnfes.lon was made to
killed In the recent aerial attack by ' the military authorities In Ixmdon. It
Krench aviators on the headquarters of . ,,,, ,., ,.,.... .
the German Crown Prince, according to H ttrfl ,U,lnl", '"ntlrmatlon of a
despatches from Merlin via Amsterdam. "Usplcion long held here that fraudulent
Little material damage was effected." American pasf-ports actuilly had ben
Gn JunP 3 tw,nty.nlne French aero
; planes dropped ITS bombs on the Crown'
Prince s headquarters, according to an,
Tnnlip llnmhnrils Cnlnls.
Pahib, June S. A German Taube bom-
barded Calais to-night. One
'b'UMnUU AWT A f If U
. uuiiiunnu ni inua 1 1
SHIPS IN THREE DAYS'.
passport obtained from rapt, ion
IPriegerV agency Iln.et.th.il hlnnelf
French Steamship and Several "n" "'nrd with an cm.rgemt p.,.
t- i- 1 t 1
hllirllSll trawlers MllIK
Five Lives Lost.
Losriov. June 3
h b cti.. arlm- ). l. tnn.
ty-fnur hours. The trawlers Horace and
i;0nomj. nunk jrstertlay In the
' North Sm rr.... h , ,
i,tt,. )oy IM,.hed Norwich to-day with
al men eafc, llombs were placed on
boar,, the Ks.onnmy an(1 nor.w.
. . .. ' 1.
me trawlers Mrathbr.in an.l Sunset
Head, the steam drifter IMnn May mid
ti e i-raaun scnoont-r i.eorgn and Jlary
.alSO 11.1.1'e iwrn ..toil liv I nrtn in bill.,, 1..
I rlnes. The crew, of all four boats
were savetl The crew of the George
and Mary reported that the vessel was
, torpedued without warning,
ln nodltlon tho French steamship Pen-
t neld ha. been unk In the Kngllsh Chan-
nei, rne was or 7!M tons and wns
bound from Nantes, France, for Cardiff,
Wales. Her crow was saved.
The fishing boat Kathleen has been
sunk off tho Scotch coast. Her crew
wns landed at Peterhead.
In nil seventeen vessels have been at
tncked by German submarines In the
last three days with the loss of four
men or me crew and a loy passenger
Herchtold, ex.Au.Mro.Hungarlan Pre
mier nnd Minister of Foreign Affairs,
, i)an uiluntecrcd his services as it chauf
feur for tho Italian campaign.
He Is desirous of ncvompmylng his
son to tho front.
DEVONSHIRE IN ADMIRALTY.
Ilnkr I. Appointed fix II Lord t'n
Spenat Cable lietpatch tn Tils itrs
London, Juno 5 - The HuKe of ivx-on-nhlro
has been selected to succeed George
Lambert, M. P, as Civil lAird of the
Admiralty. The change. It is uuderMooil,
In made In order that Mr. Balfour, the
I First Ixird, may have the assistance of
lone with whom ho has been associated
for many years.
j Jn (n (io of
IStf.OOO acres of land, some mliieM. sev -
: eral lino nlcture galleries an.l ancient
f!' town hotnt's, the IHike of Hex.
..nulil.A li:iu tiliviivu tukmi 110 lntfi..ut tn I
.,u,,,c lifUirv. u has tii-ciiple,i sexrral
posit Inns in ine coiiHervatlxe .Ministries,!
- 1 i,ut has never been a member of the
Cabinet. He was known as Victor C.tx
endlsh before ho succeeded his undo, tho
CHOLERA PLOT CHARGED.
uuuuii.ui .ua uius.u..
Pari. Paper Hint, fit-rinnns Plan
Infect French St.ltller..
j Jill. I ' IIII1SI'- M T ) " f'"'l" '
fpeeial CuWe fel M Tur Stv. n,mm, snl,-l.le In stiaigllng hlm.ei
Pahih, June .'..German troops In hn'xxith Hi btsl. Int. i-s. lie was ili.-.-.neri.l
1 Ann (l IW. Xl.,.nteil against n time, however,
,,lt,(.ru, ,.,.., ding to a Mi.trmrut ap , i: .r. :.! t w-n be t. -t-i t.- . nd-.t it-
.,pa,.nK jn the Joui-nttl ifcs ;)i-.iii ni i"- w ' -il n i'.-
Tl. inr...,- l.l.,1 th:it the t:enn.i-H .ire 'iit-ire Till -s. s , ,-.:m,m.I. i -.-
PLOT TO FORGE
('Vnnan Spy Rosenthal,
Held in London. Confesses
j COUNTERFEIT DIES
SEEN BV PRISONER
Head of Ksiispr's Espionage
System Woll Supplied
SEC PR ES DETAILS
Information Forwarded to
Washiiifrion. Which Re
gards Li Soriouslv.
Special Cable Iiri)int-h In Tiik Siv
IxjNpon, June Capt von Prleger
of the German Admiralty olllce, who Is
head of tho German spy sstem at Her.
lln, has a perfect rqulpmint for manu
Issued by some one acting under the
1 ,','nnfl" -oveniment.
"e mniessiori leaves no room tor
iiouni regarding the accuracy of th"
Information. Kosetithars explanation
It thoroughly definite and deluded In all
facts. The Information thus placed in
tho hands of the mlll.ary authorities
i has been communicated to the Amerl.
; can Kmbassy and already has been
I transmitted to Wasljjngtou.
I.odr Had Ilerlln Passport.
Thero IK little doubt tint I,od (the
Miy 'ho was shot .11 the Tower) had a
1 port i"uen in iieriui .11 tn.. in-ginning
j of the war. When arrested he pretended
wlth great assurance thit he was an
American citizen trawlllng In Kurope,
even mentioning as evldenc- support
"f thls assertion his activities in Berlin
In nssstlng the American relief commit
"( ln al,,l'K Americans In Germany,
I,ls seemed to be further sup-
ported by his famlllnltj with American
patent ga mantle concern He explained
his presence In Ilerlln, at The Hague, In
Copenhagen an.l other continental ,-ltles
, w. . ,s . .,
Hut fortun.tteh for the Huglish milti.it j-
, ,,,,i,riti,. ,hev It.ul Inter, t nteil n telle
' Pnt b' """"t from .V-penhage n to
, Capt. von rrieger under n name wnich
the authorltle-t knew on Prleger had
been using for years. .he letter was
apparently an Innocent business com
munlcatlon, snylng that the writer was
proceeding to Ionilon to promote the
sale of the gas mantles and hoping that
business would be good. He expected to
appoint in I'ngllsh agent to sell th
'Gnittr Is l'i," s,,j py.
After the letter had l-etlt pro-luced,
wllh other det ills wt.l.-li Tin: Si-n's cor.
respondent Is not .it Mint) tn tell.
Itosenthnl dramatically lose to his. fi-et,
clicked his- ht-elK. gave a military salutu
nnd said that the game, wnt up.
"1 confess," eald tic, "that I am
a German tnt hero to ?py hy C.tpt. vim
lie then made a comple-e confession,
lln stld that he bad been In Hugland
on a previous occasion for the purposes
of spxlng nnd thnt lie had n-l the fame,
passport Then came tho most tin
IMirt.mt prut of his ennf. ssion, po fai
nt least, as the I'nlted States Is con.
"I xvas doubt fill," e.lld Rn;nnthal,
"about turning to Iliiglnnd iigitln. hul
Capt. von I'rleg.-r snltl. 'If ou liax-e any
fear about tr.ivt ll'ng tin a passport under
nur own name 1 can give ;.ou another
passport." IK- then opened a (-afe. in
his olllce and loft's ou a bundle if
American p.i-s-p.irt blanks, printed tn th"
proper form on 'he con.-.-t parchment,
1 le showed 11m forged dies with which
I the seal of tho I'niteil St.itfe could l-i
. r'' Ttn' III vou out; said I.e. 'with a
1 passport tn .mv name .m wish -.1 jas.
1 port Hi.it will p.ts.s 1: spo il, m.
Tries In llinl Ills I, Hi-.
Hn-enlhal expl.t.iied that ho ultimately
i..,.i,i,.(i to take
ch. 111. 'e on the past
nort In-had aln-adj obtained and which
- n- had uee.l In Ktigl.ind hum tlim. be-
I fme. lie said that he was on Hrltlsii
. soil w h this passport hen Anton
I Kuepferle, the German spj who recent'1'
-mniltled sul.-l.le during h-H trial heie.
... ,h rr,vited. Itosiiitb.il was 011 thu
point o: leaving l.ngiaiiu w lien lie. w.i.t
P, "''''7'".' 1".'0,'.!?",!',
preparing to inrtci rrciicn souiitis wiiu everv ,iu -
cholera. thai s '1 t-