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THE WEATHER FOtBCAST. Fair to-day and to-morroW; frsh west IT SHINES FOP ALL erly winds Highest temperature ycttyiiflrjmM 4 totalled weather, mall and manepdMPMJM 13. PRld : CENTS. VOL. LXXXIIL NO. 231. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1916. cojijrlie'il.lim.bi the Hun PrMIng and PublUMno AtociaHon. in rW ' Ik. WILSON'S LAST DEMAND OFF TO BERLIN TO-DAY Cliiiirnuin Stonu will Con fer With President Be fore Note Is Cabled. IS FINAL PLEA FOB II INANITY'S BIGHTS Washington Hopes for Ad mission of Sussex Case Responsibility. AM KIM CAN WOrXDKI) BY AUSTRIAN SHELL Attack on Russian Ship Im perator Involves Vienna Government. WAsiilNfiTON. April 1 ". President Wilson's note to Hermany. which Is virtually an ultimatum on the subma rine. Issue, Is completed ami ready to be cabled. The fact that It will not be sent until nfler the President has conferred with Senator Stone, chair man of the Korean Relations Com mittee of the Senate, to-morrow morn ing clearly Indicates Its serious tenor. It serves notice on licrmany that com jili.m c with the President's Implied demands arc essential for the nialnte Bince of friendly relations between the; two Ctovernments. No ccrct is made of the fact that the note Is n decisive step by the United States which may mean the severance of diplomatic relations with Germany inside of two weeks. The President Is said to be determined to obtain recognition of .the rights of bu rn mity on the high sens at whatever com. He gives Germany one last chance to rea'ize this. Upon CJer muny's icply to the note :il depend the ifsue. The PresldiMit Intended to consult Senator Stone, this evening, but had difficulty in getting in touch with him on short notice. Consequently the idinlng of the note was delayed until lO-mnrro.v mornln The President pent the hours to-day putting theiib not be) mid recognition. Consul imle in linal form. He hus written It ' Letcher lias been stationed at Chihuahua hni-clf. though It will bear the Hlgna-I lur the past live yean, .mu was i r ture of Secretary of State Lunslntf. I to,,jlly "ciuulmcd with the bandit when Mcr.tarv l.insio,- M,.t.,i . 1 the latter wa at tho height of hlB rf.owcr to- 'he I'rcsidcnt und consulted with b.m I'leilae Vlnlnlliiim l lleil. T ie President's note serves notice on (ennany In iinmistakHhlp terms, i . . . ' i hi i5,. . J . U'rm!'' u" al Mlxlco Cl,'' a. . V.? mand brought details of the Parral tight, the State Dep.imi.ent at Washington hat the Inllcd btute.s demands pro- official report from Hen. Pendi ng " lin Al,rn i;, Inch puts the matter in the "for sending with cu. ve pteclpita tt 'Ion for lives on the high s.eus. the right at Parral, with Instructions to )(;)it of n (,pl,,erat 1(tt,.,t on the part ' tlon and most laushable disorder Its Cumulative evidence Is advanced to snow that Herinajiy has not accorded t ie- protection. Snecirio Instu nee in. the ca.-e of the Channel packet cx. arc cited to sho.v tha, Ger- .......) s pieugeti to the United States , . . . .... .Mh-r miccc cases of ?ub,na- rine ittaeks or, merchantmen since the1 l.usi'a'iii disaster form tho data on '"i ii me President bases his Indict- lure bv War Minister imiegou, si.uen m " if Hermany for violating inter- I that the trouble started when the Amcr -n'l'mnal iaw n many of these rises 1 cans sought to enter the city without 'Z which were the prey of the1..,... ,hat the Catranzlsta Hoops sup- (iirni'in "uhmiiiin lies, but the President on'.!ius that this does not materially the report from Hen. Pershing dhows e" tin- situation. In munv other' that the troojis were practically n-se- inu-lcnn dves were placed' In vl,ed ",to ""' ,,,,wn : ,,h,,l. ' ",e inJi!im .M..,r,l.v The mere chance Sn L re I -" L. '"iS" S i"' nppe,,,, ' be no Americans .,b.,..r.i , Ihe nth. r vessels is the only ... tirewAiit ,,,,.11.. ..t . t "a olimarlne ,i,lrf,irn . i.. '' 'en,r,t,al a. ,e President. It '""Ii s. io,. -alls the attention of the " . fovernmen, particularly to H , . The case of the Sussex Is tn':r, ; The proofs that this la.nH-.eil he ... n ,. '!. the mlnilssiiiu of Die Vler. n..'in """iii'iiie loio.o,,...!,.,. .1,... .. 1,.,,.,,, . , ,. "' a .eanier near the name spot " I ie S..II1J,: time, arc uilvanceU In "'" '-. the Herman i i,.v.rnn,.... M,. . huhso," noi" sunk I'olii IcttiM Vol "MUtHkra. Ce'liMnv ' I ri. ... ;")Mm will admit responsibility In! I.. (,, - -.pi-uiiniiiiuij- "IC hii!,,,. cusp. He taken th man s,, Mri,,e ensn-aj.;,.. at Ma W()(J tn the latter says he thought the t'sel In- wua attacking was a mine t and he 11WB this fact and other "'l iar instances to show how unre "I the present' methods of German "ui'maiines have proved tu be so far " the protection of Innocent lives Is concerned, The President gives Hermany the bene a of Ihe doubt In Ills consideration of 'IHIbcrale violation of Herman 1'icilBt to 1 1 united Statu, but he takes po'llloii that facts show repeated "tsnei uf thee violations. Tlie Itesl. 't n not willing ulnrply to regard them " mlstiikes." it is are that Ihe President's conten llun cliuli directly with Ihe Herman toiilliiiicd on Third Pag. .,u ,' ,,s of A,n?rlcan l.ve was merlcan bullets which stopped .the Lo u. u Z'Trj ''S' W "'7'' bel. If. I I h'; Moul H" TH.. X Ka. n i-m ine- where a passenger ship ' ' " 'though Mr. Bodgers was directed to . n,,cl,ed enotmous propoillons. tnauy , , J, , . , " should bo v.,, ' Hank ul o yo, f o cllla,m , ln , ,hc f '''' Miantnian bni n Vlega lav- all these facts before Carranza. he ' wearing unifo. n,s. Mnerlcu columns would have bee,, annl- Z ,rv dv .. , "rtHn.., w,,, warning regarded ' was tot Instructed to make any repre-, Carranza soldier- h.d proceeded hut ,,,, Hthll, ., ffW ,,, .. n m ar) a, m h ) n l of ,.isl N(, K,,m .., a 1,v in l'reMd.t .ls . !: i,,!,.,!,.., V.J .i. , nations for ledress ol punishment a short dl-tance towaid the camp when The article closes by declarlm: th it the 1 1 i Vi, ,, i ,c ...I I s v on r n , elegr.un to Tiik Si n reporting w holcsalc "f '".niain ). w;,lcV ". ce, e Tf hose Involved. ' nhots were heard. Major Tompkins flin(ft,.;,7,r 'L'ul. ... accoid tig o voi executl... in India ordered by the Brit- I'm.-l S,,e, .,,,,1 all ,'. J n it lonn The War Department la.n this a ter- thought they we.e llrecrack, rs fired as n furn,,hl(, h",,0M,(lll, .,,,, ,sh ,s ur Ish Hoytiuinent to quell revolutionary , ""r ou lining tl gener al evlence "'' received from Hen Pershing , a welcome by a pleased , o nil ace 1 1, f( ,. Mr Mai shall and Mr Wood both de- outbreaks. He .isse ted that mat tlal law .., ,e nresen ethodH or hrough Hen. Funston Ihe following list was not long before be had his mind Unancleis after numerous cl.n, ,1 to , r uu stums regarding the"""' " 'stabllsled throughout the AMERICAN PLANS IN MEXICO A WAIT NEWS ABOUT VILLA; HIS DEA TH UNCONFIRMED Seeretar.v Maker lias Ite eeived No Word of Find in' Haiulit's Body. WITHDRAWAL RESTS OKTHE VERIFICATION Major Howe's Report Indi cates Outlaw Is Seek ing Skelter. Wasiiimiton. April 17 With plans ' 'all laid to draw the American troops out of Mexico the moment It In known Both lien. Cavazos and Col. Lartanza positively that Villa Is dead or cap-, ere said to be In charge of the cxpedl tured, the Administration Is still await-' tlon conveying the body to t'uslhulrl- lug contltmatlon of the reports from Carranza sources that the bandit lead er's body has been discovered and Is being taken to Chihuahua. 'The Administration from President Wilson down Is waiting to be shown. The absence of any mention of even a rumor of Villa's death In reports from Pershing's forces to-day and the fiilun- of Consul I.cteher at Chihuahua t i send tiny reports on the subject to the State Department lessened the hopes of officials here that the news of Vllla'8 death was correct. At ll:."f. to-nlghl Secretary Baker left the War Department, statins that nut a single message received during the day had even suggested the death of Villa. Asked whether the bringing of the six Mexican prisoners to Columbus would act as a precedent In case of Villa's captuie the Secretary said: "I cannot answer that." Asked whether orders had been given to bring all prisoners to the bordet, In cluding Villa, he said: "1 will not answer that." There wati great Interest In official circles In a leport lecelved late this afternoon from Major Hubert 1.. lluwze of the Kleventh Cavalry expressing the belief that Villa Is ill the vicinity of the mountains southwet of llorja. Borja is in the; neighborhood where the bandit's body Is said to have been dis covered, buried in an unmarked grave. Major llowze'H report, however, In dicated he believed the bandit ai alive and seekln-. shelter in the mountains. Appuicntly lie had no knowledge of the report fiom Cutiauza source lnrei;ard to the death of Villa. Conll r mnt Inn r. The .Mexican Kmbassj. which gave out ' tNtcrda) several tepotts from Consul iiarcia at HI Paso professing to give the ( facts, about tlie dli-covery of Villa's body, heard nothing further to-day fiom him or any other soutcu in Mexico to hubqtan tlate the early uvorts. Ulllclalt of the St.ite Depatlment de clared to-night that It Villa Is actually dead and his body Is belts.- taken to ..i.i, u.... i. ...in i... u.i ..uuv tniilter for consul Utcher to identify It. If tlie body l flocernor of Chihuahua ThA W.ula I I. I 111 r I 111,' 11 1 Ilim SClll .Ml. I U-tcher no Instructions ana win noi uo pu unless he rrdioris ine arrival iiie . ... body represented to be that of Villa. ! Th. situt,. Deiiartnieiit this afternoon sent to Special Agent James" Linn ivook- submit it to Carranza, eati ng aueuiion suDtmi io cHiitin,., ... . ' to the wide discrepancy between t and , the report of the Mayor of Parral upon whlcn Carr.mza made his further rep- -.illations to the l.'nited States for a L.i.h,irvi-i of the American tiesjps from 10 thc wide dlscrepanc) n. iween u i thc report of the .Mayor jii i arra i m wo the' American Hoops from , Mexico. I - ' ' Wheie.is the Mexican leport, followed no in- oilier reports sent to the embassy tbe trouble with difficulty. "" .h""? ... ,V it was i in -urrai i:,ii .run .... ...... - al but the of American casualties KII.I.KIl. ... ,.,. ........kut 1 n.l'ultl. X r M. S Thlrtcinll. Oivtlrt.. ,V()1JMIKII. WIIU.lr.lf, MA.IUlt FIIASK TOMPKINS. Tlllrtf filth ivvnlrv. woiiniK-d siisiiiiy in ii'ii piii. inilr JAMES It. O P, mxm ininirr, hi.i ly Ii car. . ., I'U l" l.M. HF.NJAMLV McllKin:!.. Troop . x Thirteenth Chv airy, soverely In nioulh. rSnr' . COHI'O ni. IHCIIAIID TANNAUS. Troop K Thirteenth Cavalry, severely la right I .iKnu. ami forearm. -r. i ....if nr 'i xi KrilUNHBItllKn, Private. Troop u, aii hls wounds were from rllle shots, .'. . ii.... .llirlillL- in IpII iiiu. There Is one missing. His name was withheld from publication by S.ciotai, Baker who declared that so long as thero might be a prospect of finding him he did not wish to cause his relatives concern. Reports From the Front. In addition to ciisualtles In the Par iu light, reported by Hen. Pershing, Major Howie, in his report telling of separate engagements which ho had with Vllllstus, gave the name of another American trooper killed and two wounded. His report was as follows : Having passed through llelloza Val ley, turned towurd Parral and hud sev eral brushes with Vllllblas. Our .casualties; Klrby, Trooji M, killed; C'OMtlMUfd on' Stcond Pag. - 1 . ... 1.1-.. .., 11... . 1,1,1 II.M W I It'll ..IIIJ.'l . .,11, 1" ... . f ..l.iti.r .1... .pn,,l.. .t,nl I i... , ... VILLA, "DEAD OR ALIVE," IS INDICTED FOR THE RAID Gen. Gaviia Will Give Americans a Chance to Identify the Body if the Bandit Is Killed Lopez, Dead, Is Villa Substitute, Is Report. Hi. P.vsn. Api il IT I'p to. to-night Villa's body had not nrrled nt Cusl InilrlHclilc This Informiillon came to ticti. Gabriel Havlra in Juarez after a telegraphic conversation with the op erator at Cu'slhulilachle. Nor had lien, iSavlta been aide to wet any Informa tion concerning the alleged discovery "f Villas body other than was an- nouiiced xcsterdj. achlc and as the Journey l long and rougli from Fiaiirlsco de ItorJ.i (Jen. liavlra said It would probably be some bourn before anything authentic camo from (ien. Cavazos. Iloth Ucu. Oavlra and Consul (Jatcla continued to express liellef In the lecovery of the body. Villa will be hurled In the itottcr'e) Held In Juarez If he Is dead and his body Is brought to Juarez. Hen. Oavlra announced to-day that as soon as he learns that the body has reached Cusl hulrlachle he will request that It be sent to Juarez for Identification by Americans News was teiclvetl here to-night b former stipporteis of Villa to the effect that Con. Pedro Hracamenle. a former Villa licneral, is now leading 2,000 men on the border of Durango anil Zaratecas, awaiting u ihance to unite with his former chief The report Is Hint Uracil inerte has recently taken Sotnbrcrete and Nonhieile Dlos, III IMiiango, south of Torreon. A number of newspaper correspondents and moving picture men got a special train anil went down to-day from Juaiez to Chihuahua to sec the body Mild to be Villa's. A message sent to Consul Marlon Letcher at Chihuahua asking If Villa's body had been found brought back till" answer. "Nothing heard of matter here." 'Hie Hrand Jury of l.una count. New Mexico. Indicted Villa to-day on a charge of murder for his raid on Columbus March l. Six of his followris, captured In Mexico by the American expedition ary columns after the raid, are now In Jail In PemliiK and will be tried on sim ilar charges at the present term of court. Iteports to-day from Hen. Pershing of further lighting with IummIIim 'In the vicinity of Parral and a telegiam from AUTHENTIC STORY OF PARRAL FIGHT Sun" ('(irrespundeiil Tells How AmerieaiiN Were 'l'i'ai ped by Mexicans. R, (il'.OIIHK II. CI.I'.MK.NTV 1. If I 1. I II' 1I...H I HTl'1., VI'll! ".l.tl Q,,,IMi Alir ,- (sUt HlerH, to Colum- bus, N. M. April 171.- -(ien. 1 ersnmg ' iirrWcii xM, n.ornliig after an all night mi Sativo for a conference with mPlnM.,s ,,f ,aff. j,en ,is com-1 of Carranzlsta ol ' - ' the Atiier can r yh!rlJ'X J r r; is the atrlval of . (,irn,nzlsta otllc. rs at Parral to entrap th(i Anerlc.ln ,roo,,M ,er command of , Tompkins nnd to annlhllat. them. to ii, c nect in. u uiioii the arrival of Major Tompk ns few n, as n i u iin hi f iir iiiuii nt iir iiit'i ' "' . "' , ." ' , ,,,,, n.rrera. ffi. VV ror ,,0 ,,,, trance of the Americans Into ti,e cltv and for ti cainti gtouud. It was stipulated that Major Tompkins was to be at the railway station at 11 o'clock on the following morning, whete he was to had an escort of Cairanzlsta soldleis. Major Tompkins was on tlnu, but found no escort. So he proceeded to en- , za.igo. Jefe de las Amies of Harrison. the men remained In tlie sneei. uis - mounted A cinwd began to gather and when Major Tompkins, accompanied , ' '.ne 1',' ' i i ... on Mex i ns -.riiied with ' ' ' ;o, ,e men 1 d I een vo mded M J or T nip ins , rned to I J la Ie seeme to be mvhlltled. but Upon Investigation a p. , nisaiiuseo. i t.i. i . . . ... i..- i. ..4i... comiir.v ami siic-itii u niunais in ine var pealed to Tompkins to get his men out al ! t.-l" tents, llieie was a consldei of town and he attempted to guide hlm'-'ble dealing at these lutes, to a place of safety. , ,ori'hisT,,wr,d!;n;.woBut..,S WOMAN RUNS FOR CONGRESS. ion of guards and skirmishers and re-. treated till he found a cbanco for an 1 lr. liner. Plillnilf Ipliln SoelnlUt. easy, defence and then made his stand. I ,., ( ,, pn.r,, In the meatitimii the mob grew larger, ' made, up of uniformed (soldiers, and the Pun. ut:i. piiia, Ap.il IT Tlie first pistol lire became more Insistent. woman In this State to file nomination Major Tompkins held his men lu re- papers as Itepiesentatlve al Large to stralnt until he noticed on un adjacent Congress Is a doctor and a Socialist- In, hill a body of men over whom the Mexican Mag was Hying. II" asked Lozango who the men were, and lozangn replied that the I'orloii garrison was watching the movements of the Americans with tho Intent to guard them. i. .......nll.l ..,...a II. ..i juki invii un- m-niir ,i.i,i i.ir.i volley iliey'iiiio luiniotiiis n inn., n.ntioi i i killing one, The American commander then made up his nUnd that If he must bo slaughtered he might better be light ing and he cut loose, The Mexicans were soon driven off, leaving fully forty dead on the field. Major Tompkins dug himself In and waited for reenforcetncrits, which soon txwin In arrive with a squadron under Col. Brown. Major Howze with an other squadron and Col. Allen with two troops also came up, the latter making a phenomenal march to reach the scene. ' V taiy Attache to the Herman Bmbassy, Douglas, An. . sailing I i.i- . u.iallo i, Xa dltnlsrtl from this country Home. commanding the ';" became of "improper activities In mill forces III Soiiora, had left to take Ills' . . ., . . . i.. command through Pulpltn Pass Into the ' State of Cblhuahu.1 cauieit more ills cusslon along the border than the re porteil dlscoxery of Villa's Ixidy IS IHMIV. I'or some days troops along the border have been held III rcadlnesi to leenfnlce the line of communication behind i,cii. Pershing In the eicir of the C,irr,inx.i troops moving Into Chihuahua fiom So iiora. anil the news that the movement was about to be stirted did not cause , any relaxation In tbc prep iredness plans M,,pij,., Von dor Holtz electric gen r,rih,,,BoferM -, -ires for u-e unall skirmishes by his tumps sou'h if In detonating M pounds of ilynamite Satevo and in the vicinity of Patr.il 1 w hlch Capt Hans Tatisch-, Krupp connrmeil utorlcs brought heie by Anieil- il!ent , ,mctlca and husband of Mine, caiw of the existence of many groups of i,,.i bandits In that region. Mis- Nellie Pre,-, Hadskl. Is charged with having pur cott mid Mlrs May Dminlng. two mis- chased. Capt. Tatischer was also In slon M.'hiol teachers, who tied fiom Par-, dieted ycterday. a' were two minor rai alter me ngnt mere iai ween ne- i tween Ameilcau troois and Mevic.in sobllers atiil civilians, declined to-night that all the native farmers and ranchers for ntllri. around Parral were com ng Into the town for piotcctlon at the Mile they left a-id that all of them reported bandit gioup" numeiou Hen. IVishlng has ,iked for more civilian scouts, especially those familiar with the 1. strict south of Parral. This was taken by the mditar men as an Ind. cation that the advanced cavaliy de taiiiminti. aie pushing forward p(-lbl5 Into Durango The bonier m now womleiiiig il the builv found at San Francisco I tor J i. In the event one reallv wa found th'eie, mlBlit not be that of Pablo Lopez, who was tep.iitcd tlrst wounded at Columbu, then dead and again lleeini; southward In a wounded condition before Persuing' advance column Distill bailees at t.as P.itnm.is e.tilit miles south of Columbus on the border, followed pay da.v for the Carrana i-nl-diets pitrnli.ns the l iternational line, according to rports to-day. The stuty men were pild Sundav for the Hist time In two months, each man recilvlng five American dollar" and iwenty-lx pe.sot In Carranza currencj In a twelve hour priiod endmc to night thtee American motor trains of lweiit -seven trucks each started for the front from Columbus carrying rations, clothing and other supplies, a tecord nnmher to dejinrt from the expeditionary bise. CARRANZA ORGAN IN BITTER ATTACK Sii Villa Kxpedition sIhiwn lueptitiide tf I'. S. War Oepartiiient. si-uii i tihtr Itfnimtrh tn Tnr st Mexico Citv, April IT. The news- paper ,lcron .lninf.if, which 1.- the otfl- , , f . ,,, ' M" .overmnent, ' ' "" ""nl i''k "ay an e.ntorlal In which It criticises famous punitive expedition against Villa and the realization which tinall) dawned ' on the merican ti.ivei nment that the .....i,,.-. i. .-iiii.iu'in um.s cieaieii nan .. ran.,,.. - n.t The edltoi la ds I'ortunatelv the pcnnle and th,. cm, eminent of Mexico have I i able to see the matter cleat l and have Imd the i dignity mid patience to await ms- factor) h Intion We can do no h sa iiiln congratulate ourselves, hoping likewise Hint thc Hoveriiinenl of thc I'nlted States will be belli r advised on another ou aslou And we sav bettei advised I'll" ng Ibeni a lener which nr .xinc ri wu, mnuey and ...uini troops anu Hie co not only in a dipl miatlc but In a military h id written fiom San l i incl-co on operatlvn of other'ptlnces. sense b-,rp't4 of 'b'' altachen tecall. In tait "Vews also has been received lieu of 'This famo'is expedition has made .t... . , . . , "'" , Vi ... ..... . .. ; 'I i i.. ..i .... ... .. l lie hands of outlaws weie dlvideil up all '. (lol(. "" I""er " Hr" ''I"K at ""'h l,ll"'f! "t"' '" "'" days. ' afbr which they will enter Into some at iai,ge.ne,H with the authorities as to ; '," national ciiuenc). As . resull paper "i"""1 I'm. i - v teiiiu, closing I I'.hzaoetli M, Haer m uu houtli Klgl, tcentb street. ir. ii.ier was . oiuinaie. py nuia.lel- , JuI ImIIcIIoi, or the I'nlted States be. .phla hoclalls s at a meeting here re- ' SJ ,. M,tH n foot, provides or pre- cent y and the Slate necretarv of tbe1".' ... n,., ,.,..,, f.n- iidiiii.ev i... part), Hubert Itlnt'ler, filed the piinera t ... .i ti ..ii..... ...1.1..1. ... ..... ., a.tii - .i,,) n, 1 1 ,. 1 1 in.. 10 K , ..nun ,,i inn iiircii nines irinii . mini inn, inn oirilipiacf. or nr. Maer. Mie wan griiiiualed In 1 uon from Hahnemann Medical College, Chi- cago, aim nan pracnncn m i-uiiatieipnia ' ever since, i l-'lral llmlanii Itlver Shml Ciiuubl. , n, ,, v .. .,,. ,. I s, t iii.Un.' . iii,-' J, ' . e ,,''l,lei ...I., e", .-h i ,V . , noted fisherman. John L uge, who was pounds, mnio or 'less, of 0 per cent, seining fur bass on thc Pltxmont llatn. I dyiuimlto ; six automatic pistols, fur opposite here. I snl.,, uy the dfendant liana Tauscher . 1 ,11 V I 1 I i ' VON PAPEN INDICTED AS A BOMB PLOTTER 1 Nioiicil as Olio of Five in Kxpe 1M ion Against tin; Wel tand Canal. TACSCIIKK ACCTSKh ALSO Three Prisoners fo IMciiil To day Woman Said to lie Fifth Offender. ('apt Franz Mm Papen, former Mill- ,r aiiairs. '," was Indicted yeeterday afternoon In a Federal (Jrand Jury on a charge of having engaged In a mill' , ., ,..... li" - v '"'erprise to oes.ro w,e - t'.inal, a Canadian waterway ('apt von Pa pen is accused In the Indictment as haling fund-died funds for the expedition to Mors! 'Mill der iloltz. a Herman spi, and also having tlgutee. I only four names nut of the ftve men ! tloiuil in the indictment, which was ' ketu sealed, wete made public The llfth name was withheld until noon to- -- da' It H expected that till" defendant to will be btoiigbt Into court to-uay 10 ru,,8 and wires furnished by the ilc plead to the IihIk tmeiit and furnish ball, fendant Franz von Papen to Wachen The authorities Intimated that this de- dorf, and money for the expenses of ftndant was a peison or prominence, lliillcllllelit Wlllinill I'recrilenl. The indictment of Von Papen Is with out precedent It was ordered In the Department of Justice I'tdted Stateb Attorn V Mil-lull f.nd, aftei a sum- in iry o) the evidence against Capt. von Papen. ''apt Tau-. hr and the three otln r d. fcnd ints wa laid before the Altoi m -Heiieral. Ilecause of the lack of precedent for the indictment the act of the Fideral Hrand Jury, of which Itovil Dicker is chairman, was regarded as indl. atmg In an i mphatle manner the attitude of the Administration to waid the philters against neutrality. Ac, mdliig to International law an Am bassador, ins staff ami Ids servant are entitled to immunity fiom prosecution 1 der Ho'.tz. Taylor or Wachendorf went to for anv ctlines. 'These ptivlleges and Italtlmore on August 'ii, 191 , "and thero Imiiiunltle-," accirding to the C) clopiedla arranged for a certain number of sub of Law and Procedure, "do not expire Jects of the Iimperor of Germany; to with the cessation of his filiation, hut In retains them until lie returns to his I principal." Tlie Inti wirctatloii that linger II Wood, Wist int I'nlted Mate" Attorney in i .iaige r 'he . ninin.il division, put upon the tntei nation il law Is that while Capt. v ii Papen was Immune from a i rest or piosei utMIl until h leturll'd to Her niaiiv Hint 1 1 1 i n il 1 1 '. I no lunger holds and he would be subject to artest should he ictu-'i I till" csJliti) Mr Wood had chaise of the ftamliw .if the evnltiic. against tlie Hamburg Am. i lean otllcials and prosecuted the , an A' that trial he adduced evidence revisililig the activities of Capt Karl llo.v-Hd. naval atta, he to the Herman l.llll'.C.sS.V. Ill Conii.'ii urn ..oil in.- iii.'.t- sionlin; of Herman ciuixets in the At lantic and Pacific oceans He showed ti.at I "aiit liov-l-M received and disbursed large amounts ol moiiev in accordance with instructloiw sent b) code from iter- 1 mail) I .Mi- Wood has ileveloptil th" evidence. against Cavt "ti Papen. Capt. Taosch'T, the two minor defendants and the im- named p I -on. It (s legaided as possible , that Capt von Papen migni nil nave Ih-vii Indicted -the 1 ederul authorities do not expect to ti him, for they do not , think Heimanv would ictuin him for that l.urp'se- bad init tin proof iigauiet the other defendants been Intel woven so In extilcabl) aiound the foinur military attache. Letter from Dr. lllierl. II, wan learned esterila that one of I he 'pel sons whom Capt. von Papen 1 vb.lt.-il in lor to his departure fioin this I rnimtiv was Dr. Ilelnrlch F Albert, nrlv v counsellor to the Herman Hmbassy nnd chief fiscal agent of the Herman I'mpl"' " countiy lie speiu si v- , i,il bonis with Dr Albert at the Hotel Astor When Capt von Papen's papers wen taken from linn at Falmoiini ty tlie lh gl s1- on hl return Jouipe) there w is 1. it. i he said "When I think of your and Bo.-IM's in 1 1 ill t alio Hint l nione leniain ie- hind II. New York. could well, better ,, Barker m the letter Dr Albeit wrote: You will lecelve when in Hermany Ihe nemt. There was a hint that a woman was Involved, but it was d-m-d Only 'par.., of the iudlclm. tit. which contain.. five counts, were made public ami the . pint bearing on the tilth deferdaut was , riniv withheld The Indictment is concerned with the ...... ....... .I.(., ii .l.ikl III.. Wi.ll'tnil i....,..i ,. Heiitemhcr. PHI. one year to the month prior to ine cxp. union vv men Paul Koe.iig, alleged head of the Her man spy sstem in America, Is nc iim-d nf having u.iilei taken. The details vw re t puhlislied al the thun of the niros; of, Cap! Tauscher, then nanied as he ill lector of Ihe enterprise, though lot' actiiall) participating in It The indictment is leiurnen miner sec lion III of th" united riates i-riimna. Statute", which provides, a penalty nf $3(in0 fine, three ears In prison or i both. The law sas that whoever within !.'..i... ,.,,iiwi nation frlendlc i th piiri . . .... . . . ' pned States snail im puiilslied. Tho tlrst COUUl Ol 111' ItlUICtlUeut Cllarges t,,. defendanls will, all four activities and then devotes a count to each actlv- Hv named 111 tun statute. ',,,,,. count of the Indictiiient M,ys "the .., ,,,-ovlded by the defendants being' ceitaln dnatnlte procuted by the, de- fendant Ha.ih Tan-cher to be fur- Pished to Fianz llobart Wachcndnrf tanutlier ana- lor iiiiilgman Taylor. lllllIK HOtSl Von HIT liOltZ) : to Wit, 200 iVE w HA VEN TRAINS FIRE IMPRISONS PASSENGERS; 6 REPORTED DEAD, 50 HURT BOSTON J FOREST HIUS I MASSACHUSE 1 Jr JWAlPOlt JC. CON NEC- RHODE f TICUT I ISLAND, f jPROVIOENCkVA ! yjAP bhowinjr the coast line route of the New Haven system and loca tion of Hradford, II. I., where the fast express from Boston ran into an accommodation train. Wnchendorf, electric Beneratoin. ui military enterprise, furnished ty the defendant Franz von Papen. Ilrcoril of I hri'U ln mrnl. It is charged that on September 1, 1911. Capt. von Papen paid to Von der Holtz !:'nn, listing the amount In the stub of h:s check book a paid to Hrldg- man Taylor, n September Hi. 1914 he sent $310 by means of a draft to a bank In Buffalo, to be paid to John T. Ityan, lawyer and politician of that city, who, without knowing the purp'e for which the money was to be use;i, handed It to Von der Holtz. On September 22 Capt. von Papen drew another check for $2o0 which he sent through the same channels. Tho indictment also charges that Von wit, live, more or less, to thereafter re- port to Mm in the southern district of New lorl; to take part and aid and as sist In carrying out the said military en terprise ' Thee r.v NEW INDIAN REVOLT, , RAM CHANDRA HEARS , ,jo. of "I Illlllst II II (iailai' Sa v-s Itnjiili of Kharwa Was Imprisoned. . The St s leceived yesterday tha ri 0wlm; message from 11.1111 Clialidra, ed, ;,, (,-(r of San Fran t-.sti. To tiik Bpitoi: ol Tilt: Si s iir- I Iiave Ju-t received reports of a fresh revolutionary outbreak In India. Nu- morous soldiers, students and others are undergoing trial before a special tribunal lu camera at Benares. Fifteen of the I' iccused persons have been sentenced to exl' for life and ten others to ten yea is Hurlan, the Austrian Premier to Chan imprisonment. Other cases are pending. ' cello r von Bethniann-llollweg -,s sup- "Tm- most sensational of the cusch Is that of the Bajah of nopalslugh. ruler ot Kharwa, one ot ine setr-governing lujpui.iii.i ,-iaies. i nt- iniiir .,..n run - teiiced tu two his estates wei i "The irosec I tu two )cars imprisonmem anu ..on. ...i, ...... Cllll.lll lll.llh.! tll.ll ine prnce promised to aid tlie revolutionists further executions of revolutionists at Burma and l.ahoie." Bam Ch.ind-a, "lltoi of the i hiI.ixiI Indian newspaper published In San Fran Cisco, is tlie Head of a tadical party in India whose watchword Is India foi the mm cities. Two hundred levolutloulsts were hanged and shot. ,"00 transported i ruin lt.t.,rA.i .. ii,... . i for life and 1,001) Interned without trial. he declared BOMBS HIT WAR MINISTRY. ' British Arroplniirs Make llemnrU - nhlr lilt In roilslniltliiople Itnltl. Sprcinl Cable Desimlcl. to Tuc Srs Salonici, via Lontlnn, April 1". The British aviators who last week raided Constantinople and Adrlanople caused serious damage to the military establish- ments at the latter city. Two bombs burst In the War Ministry at Constantinople, wnue anotner mew up the iMiwtlei factory at Mnkrlkou I There w ere numerous victims -PT VCTED MAYOR SHE REFUSES ' t'11 wflIutt' aUl KU&isO. , I Poslllon Ton High, Maya Cnllfor- nln'a First Wnmnn Kieemlve. Uis Aniiri.ks, April 1" Mrs, UHcn l'rcncli Aldrlcii, tin llrst woman In Oat- """" " " " J, ' V "J the ove or taking orrico to-day at , saw- t" "W" ' announced that she would not accept the post, "I want a lowly posit on. Mrs Aldrich I want to mingle with the people " "' ,""lr , men in im me iiij in cinit oe siioinu tie manageu, i no imimiiioii oi .Mayor is too high nnd too dignified to alluw any one to thus mingle." sailors on the flavarla, a Herman ship wariMil to a pier at Italtlmore. The Indictment further charges that Capt. Tnnsoher gave Von tier Holtz a letter, a copy of which Is reproduced, by means of which the dynamite was obtained from a ship down the bay. In accordance with the plans of the conspiracy. It Is until, Von der Holtz, Alfred A. Fritzcn. Constantino Oovanl, Carl Tunhendler and Joachim Busse. left New York for Buffalo on September 14, lftlt Fritzcn ami Hovanl. who was a close associate of Von der Holtz, are named as defendant!. In the indictment, making with Tatischer, Von Papen and the unnamed pcrsvin five In all. The Hrand Jury has had tho eTldence under consideration for two weeks. It Is expected that the defendants who have been arrested will be arraigned to-day. Frltzen and Hovanl are at large. Ho. van I Is believed to have left tho coun try, hut the authorities arc close on the trail of Frltzen. It has been charged that Capt. von Papen supplied the funds for Werner van Horn, who attempted to blow up the International bridge In Maine: that he rlnanced operations from tlie Pacific coast against railroads and railroad nrniaes in Canada and tint he was bl are aid to have been 1 hind other violations of neutrulltv. PEACE MOVES AFOOT, IS HOLLAND REPORT Austria Said to Re Kllli'er for Settlement Kates of K eluuiffe Rise. sjifieif '.iJi nt'pntrl m Tim Sis 1oni'0N April IT Tlie Dnily .VcuVs Botterdamcorrespondenttelegraphsth.it extraordinary weekend rumors have .m- , portautly affected rates, of exchange here and at Amsterdam to-da). The rumnrn ate all connected with peace. Some Insist that the Internal po- tlon of Austria will compel an im- portant move toward peace, the cor- respondent savs. The visit of Baron posed to have a connection with tlila '";'; ,,rr(.,onrtpnt ..dd, iat lt . ,,.Ule to trace tlie rumois to their . source, but the) have ti noiicst lonabl v haiI marked effect on the rates, which nave risen as to, tows . London, pnurnls sterling. 11 1? on Fri- day ll.:s on Sntur.day and IL.In on with the tvvii difficult For hours ' M'j'lay Wli,,. 100 marks 42.2. on , ,lfu., ,, collision no details of i, were I i dav, I2.t... in Saturday and 13.2." to.,,.,, , ,, . , . , ,, , da) P.itis. mo francs. 3-i.Tn ot, Filday. ' ' and reports reached Provl- 3'J on Saturday and 40 to-d.nv. detiie. forty miles away, New London, Ii must, howevei, be admitted, the twenty-three miles, and Westerly, five, i cm est nun, en t snvs. Mint hi nmiiv ie. llllles distant, that Perlialis :i score of I M.i.tt, tm.M. ninvements ate due merely to llnanclal Jobbing arranged by Increas- Inlr the value of tbe mall.. I It Is stated that all the bacon In the possession of Prussian farmers ,s to be confiscated for the arm) SAY POPE WILL ACT, Home Iteporla litillente He Will tltivr fur Pence. LnsiMiN, April 17 -- renewal of the Pope's efforts to appeal to the belllger- cuts to conclude peace Is looked for In the Immediate future, according to a ' .tu,.,irtl. I,, il... it, .11.. -rl.MM..l. , Home despatch to the fbifli Tctt graph. The reiiorted forthcoming pupal de. marehe III favor of peace Is said to be unlimited bv representations on the part ' of the Klnns of Bavaria and Saxony The Pope received to-day a number 1 of Cardinals ippoliited to diploma tic posts, and is reported to have -minded them on the advisability of approaching tlie belligerents once more with an ef- f"tt to bring about nn end of hostilities The papal activities this time are ex- peeled to he carried on thrnus.li dlplo. malic channels SUSSEX'S ASSAILANT CAUGHT? French unln lleporled to Have I npluret. I l.intl, im el C.thle letlit''h 'a Tin Si v 1-iN.siN, Apt II IT The Hal' ii Mml as- verts lo.dav I lint tlie wiibiiiurine u lo .-.i . tacked tin I'liaune, stciiisinp iss.x has been capt. lied b the Fiencli, her ,n,,r' I ninv'luvui I, '..,, l., lrhi. locii-neniiiM ev idencc Is said to hav been obtained prov lug t liat ilil-l- (unioe,! th Sussex. The craft .1(l .aptuivd off llavn, ou Apill .".. ,,. .inserts official adv lets fiom IV. I asl week OkseTlod thai the L Isiai wh.. 'i chaiged with having attacked the Sui-sex had been capluied b) thc French The f regnlug despiil h prtbalily icfeis the same submarine. CRASH; Gilt Edge Express Dashes Into a Local at Brad ford, IL I. HAD ORDERS TO STOP, SAVS THE COMPANY Knjrinc Ploughs Through Rear Car of Train Tak ing Sidinjr. IILOCK SIGNALS SET: FOG OVER THE TRACKS Many Persons Said to Hp Caught in the P.urn ing Cars. BiiiniORP. H. I., April 17. The Ollt Kdgc. Kxpress, n fust all eteel through passenger train from Boston on tho New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, tore, a Hhullerlng path through the rear earn of a local train, no from Boston, that whm tnklng a siding at the Bradford Mntlon to-ilght lo give the express right of way. A fog prevailed nt the time. In tho grinding crash and a (Ire that quickly enveloped the two rear itirs of the local and spread tn the freight and parst'ligtr stations im'.u Iiv at icilbt six person, were killed and nearly fifty Injured. Vice-President WhuVy of tho New 1 In ven said at middlghl that of tho Nix known dead the bodies, of three had been so burned ns to be unrecognizable. The known ibnd nte: Miss Jeanette Clark, Westerly, It, I. Mrs. Oscar Martell, Snitthbtidge, Mass, Thomas Wnrdmin Is repotted tnls.s ing. The victim vvetc Imprisoned n a tumbled mass of twisted -teel and splintered tal.UMil stin k, nil iilluriic, so that rescue wort; fw u time was Ini INisslblo. All tlie dead with the excep tion of tin- engineer of the cxpresH Itinin and most of the Injured were pass-engett, on the local and the lsidlea which weir lecovcred from the vvreck- iiigi- to-nlgiu wire generally charred almost ln oii'l Identification 1 Many of the injured -infered severe burns before they could get out of the, wreckage. The local train had hud steam trouble In the locomotive all the way liotn Huston ami when It camo to ;i stop nt the Bradford elation a Hag man was sent back for half a mile to "aril the express which loll Boston thirty-one minutes behind the local. II lock SK,, ,., The tlagtiiun may have lioon passed untuitlccd In the fog which hung ovei the track-, ma t Wllh ofricially lo-nlght .tliat the hlm'k signal was set. against the exptcss and that besides Its engineer had explicit orders to stop t nr.,dfonl. This part of the mad is T".""e" wlt1' ,"" m,'mmI " 1 M'"' "-J ""'' "'i an nun mo wrccKagn immediately utter thc crash destroyed inn telegraph wires leading out of Bradford and made communion!...!. , persons were caught In the hiirulnn rear cars of the local und that because, ot the lnlcn-e he.ii It was Itnposslbln to get cioso to the pile of burning wteckage, which was enveloped pot only In smoke and llanics hut dense clouds of escaping steam from the ex press locomotive A reiKirt reached Westerl). soon after tbe two trains struck at T ;1I2 o. lock, that when the llaiins spread tu tho fteighl station a large quantity of gasolene, stored in tl,. building exploded and added to the difficulty of resun Bradford citizens went to tho nssis-tanco 0r in lured witii ,-..o all the aid ill then' command and houses i,ea- t ie tracks: Iwv.inie Improvised hospuai, ,m ,j relief trains from Weste.-i) and New lnidou arrived with moie than a ssi-n of ph) sl.lans and railio.nl men The local tram, known otliciall) as No. tl3:i, and hound for New London, left Boston at .0,1 o'clock In chaige of I'onduttoi' II. N I'tencb and BiiKineer D M Welherhee. The cxptess, No, 2i, followed thirty-one inmules later. Dittlcult) with the sti un in the locals locomotive was evpt rleiiocil throughout the ttlp to Bradford The trouble be. came serious a' Kingston, a few miles east of Bradford, but the trainmen kept, on to the latter Matlm,, where they wete .Kit l.l t,e , e.d.lig t I, t tlie ev.,ess pass. The local was proceeding 'o thu siding when the express struck lliul Order to Mop, Hcntl.il Manage,- C I, Hanlo of tho New Haven mad said t-m Klit that Kti- iln,.i.i VI. il, .tl.. 1,1 ,,f tl, I lilt l-.l.r.. 1.-. . mess had old. is t.i stoo nt Br.idforil 1,111 appaii'iitl) II xpiess was stilt niiil.llig spetd w.ln n tlie neav) locomn. 0c hole down hi lu foul car local 'lam After the wick the naln crews told .-mulcting s,n.s - t.. responslbllltv lor the ci.,-n lt was oil. allv stated, linwcur. that the local had i- n a flag- ua.i l hunl lo wan. the expruss that It lu--l thin taking tin: hiding In flout to of ie Bradford station. '1 he big locoiuiulvc ?! Uui i V ..'...;,'.i..ii.iA.'