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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - January 15, 1911, Oakland, California                                LOCAL FEATURED AND THEATERS Cable SectSonj LONDON FtlS INCREASE Of OAKLANDTcALIFORNIATSUNDAY MQRN1MG. JANUARY 15. 1911 NO. 148. l Pictures Illustrating Cable News Many Murders, Six of the Vic- tims Being Women, Are Perpetrated in Question of Capital Punish- ment. Taken Up by Very Prominent Men. (By PAUL LAMBETH Jan 14 hR l heer, a nlarmtnK Ircreise, of cr me. n his coin trj Durinft the last six rr onths In crimes o' a nerioui nature bee committee- wer rruiders N le-s than six women hi e lie n rlous v rrurdered The -reat 5oathuar Catholic Cathedra! was ret entl burRlat irefl for the hfth tirre An in ores dlncu i on in caplti 1 punishment 1ms ellc'tert vho of sex oral wel krown men Mr wden tr -nell kronn metropolitan inafflstrat vou will allrm me a coi firmed d sb  to think and that the o vould te mere murders th-in there a e If hanging weie aholMod nit ex.e t from vlth coi ntrles n tabU perhaps wit] Fraace v here cat tal punUhmen after bei ig ah llsr-ed h s recently I n restored there I absolut Iv no exidence nol In the nature r show th it Gaston Mache de Roo Senten- Illness of the Aged Austrian ced to Ten Years for Emperor Franz Joseph Unnatural Crime. May Be Last. Woman Banker; Son Fires Fata! Shot. Hungarian Two Are Jailed for Murder of Hunchbacked Woman in Vienna. t align can there hie anj trie -ope a deterren VOTES SIX TIMES One or tho most noted p'u- I loters n the kingdom is tv J llai-vooi, of Her e Hill wio at a recent eleetim aotua s loted In six counti constituei cles In p in elai coveting something like ml v la his irotor car Tne cham loa plui 1 iPt was tho KJi TNashbou 10 i late serlot fellow of TJmoln Ci ford who In 1S02 at the afi of elgh recorded seienteen -votes for onsen al candidates In dle-ent T irts r' tho c u i tn and still left half-a unused hunt rod and twentj i o es ir four i e rs was M best's Hchleiemeii and i rv prt id ie was of ft is he moie 11 n once the writer Hi onlj leget that he could not Ihe to make t two coiitiiie He recoieleel eight of lx'J lete-s In twe coisecutio dajs at nlnces as far apait as Soi enoaks IMC) Ml I OTford In the I nl ed Elites 101 a p i al 10 ei a ballot box i ffe i P It he e i i ral lit nc K ieeopiii7cd Til t) e the moa spent hj the tan s ulors who 1 tie been on tero rnoiescnis a iimiikat luge in [t 1 as he n a e is of n ir i to bu n and p nti of i with iiost f them n foitumit sooie ef th rn ha e been 1 11 duped bi sin is 1 it tr of con Is tin al iio-t Inei it i'il fi te of 11sto I ondou who ire l i i li i pi ice ndenct n plul-IM si irtjor 1 ho 1 mKee sp it m e in t e weeks t'u fleet w is re> I n the w ms I'" nll-ii wo ild -peil i sis 1101 me even a iea- Tan 14 Tho tilal of a rran mu feiel his motion "he man lid aRiln w is held her '0 nt'i Giston Mache do Roo Is a n-ar f I ur- tv He is one o' foi ih Idle i of the mother wl om In Billed 3 t nrl beotuse she had -in Himeni ar hanker M Hales who hart 1 een an In tinialo fi end of the fiml'v for mai i icais and his n othei bankoi 1 h tni iii.se took place fou dais I e'o o l ie muider DC Roo was a ileh 11 Oman She lad a foi t mo whch not rn j suf f ced foi he own reerts md tl os of v chiMrei while weie ip; but vim thci grow-up pioilded foi them la.1 C iston admlttcl tilt ho had i ceiled 001 Horn Ins mother in tl course of tie list few icais Madam Do. IZoo rnide t IB banker i a-quairitanc in 1102 He WSL' a witlonir lid iai line duikhte. s 1 ic v< arft nen ill i, ?real friends of th llajos famili and it u is not until Majos and Madame De Roo widower aa 1 thn thoj would mai tl at thoie v, V- anv dissension in th De Roo famili At Imst onlj tie oldi brothel and the two ot whom are an onjertior Madame De Rio -aid she would saorl Hoc herself foi them and M Halos vent away from Pars He came bat K agau how tier and after more discussion le tween lie motliei mrt children Mac1 ame De Roo and the man she 'oiotl pail ed on o more 1 lit MaJanie De Ire ciuld rot tin piitu J S 10 --cut f il n again ane he v 1 tl en 1 i t us I was -I h ie s oeld maU li i el tut foi turn 01 r i to 1 r -ors ar 1 e a-uerl md shoul] mn i him ip-inst the r Midami DC 1 oo refused o slit aw j her fortui o as the not think It fill ir jus hit she nl M Hajos ma lie! sec olli on Vnill 3 On V; rll 1 the mothe.1 toll her s n Gaston thn e had ir i ei ne AI i (By EMIL ANDRASSY 1 MCNNA Jan 'act tin Ar-h 'duke I lanz Terd nand represented the (mporor In reocilng the o Hungar Ian lelesa ions s regarded as gniflcant 'H is the Irst time in in f .ct s nc< his T< cession to the th one so far as I an ic all nat the cmperoi Ins del- egated this Cnution to another It 1 ears out what I r cen s ated in tlicse dis Urn ches that the Fmprror is a sick ma l JLlin e wl o b( en to see h in icccntU lemarked on his 1 1Mb on is aid the iapid fiildre of his ticngtli 1 O' coi r t us is one of those things I h ire lot spoke i of freelv bit It 'vo Id no i uise a.nj oea suprisc if t i n iouiu  deep frrlef, fcr it is doub fu il theic Is in 1 i.rope a soi reign TV ho is rr ire ed 'than ll- a d vcaiui ot the double cromi of Austria nut' JIungan SHOOTS MOTHER d HOME TRANSFERRED Atllidcrind old hone tl i Insii nwp-v fittn Its imneis ai 1 s tn he for 1e hni ill purpcsrs M ilri i ri North pint hasi 1 le (a t u il "t tl ei( perhaps sc.-n hire nipropila' 11 b Inc put to flue tiona iscs f i late c wn- f 1 e pa ie firiil s d sel tie 1 llhu la e th foun i t t 1 e i 1 niiet-slti of that nin Ma li in a gem ii 1 url i castle quaint gatehoa'i was f il of furnl larrtaff- lire chin i s li and turps lit was 1 inc to tl e 'eath if t e w tier "iale Jore- I am 11 h st el est sun ton i r Un 1 I Co I t le the as 11 s Hi i e a'a Tie re'iiscJ a fist to heller t He weit out dined out ane1 befc i e lie i tinned home male ii iiilrles -B lie i coi In mod hi" s s uj et her mil I if V.r 1 a few n inutes u.ftci wilds Gas a Dt xoo diew i fnm 1 pickc and shrt is met i dead Do Roo Is a riow lulled i u ei 1 ttlc mnn As tl e I told the of tho crime ho s ot d ii t e do k nil c led Fiom tine to tine ho mu iiur d J no r ler j. is m i Ilk f piu I si all al 1 fe or whit I 11-v.e loie he piosecutlon tl ed to tint r i 1 lied his mother Jo ill 1 s lie witnesses weie then icn e md c e ,1 Hum was the slstc- cf or cho w is oppos d to the ie sn d I mothei hid raa rlcd i u an >f i wn ap aaid c rcumetai tes we s 10 1 1 nn sail nMalng She did not I r< i c a w T d of It to us en ihe d V o' 1 ei in 11 ice though we 1 ncheel togetui 1 h ,111 ic i ined a le-diit e' gull v nil emitting i Irctim'-lances aid tr- 11 s ei w is sen caced to ten jeiis soli i-j ill ie iieiit Declare They Will Not Suffer Restriction of An Acquired Like Tantalus. Fraulem Grate Emilon Smells and Sees, But Cannot Eat. Tan 1J It s ad hat la-tal s iwed hi to i br ac h 1 hosplt 1'ti i i i supp i wi h It cod- I I "ie ftei he was pi ia: d in o i e n tl in'ei il et, n- M e e I ir hed with t ilrst ie "aw the water to h s 1 ps u I t ie i ret. de I uleli i.r 1 n ile i approa he! i nrlv ti tills state c t il TI l ic 1 ill is i ft! iw. of t e irrri rfl PAINTED WHILE ASLEEP It Is le of the prottj ladies of 10 ma s hlgl societj to be painted whi as.le.ep i nte s stalled the right idea A well Icnovia poitraitlst who hid nli en ler an alpountment for the silting has the i leious n jit of ixlrg a.te for appolntme its Tired of tu-nlng ovt Fioroh roiels n an ante chambe i I (he beatltifjl eountess fo'l ep last Mlit- p ociastir itir e, limed jp '1 rtiancee bi tie un xp ct 1 of a Isle an g b -i iti lie threw of a h< Inini, sk 1 h rd us the countess hi i Lid i He tre ler astonished eves lie di w lip, nab o clainti anl sedjctii 1 t tl ed Insisted i pon a connilele oil portrait painted while sic H-n lliated sleep Prof a-oi Brtickr er president of t ie Geoj.1 p'ie il -.ocieti of Is e f t ep nlon that the -neither Is deteiioia up and li saj fa hat no improitnen I is to bo e.vee t 1 in til 1S20 Hen o ore it has been held that cities Je on tnllcd I the weitier but the pio i ter caleulat o-is extending a thousand j ears has di-cjieied that I contra raw ibe the neatlm IB eoi (.rolled uj cjclcs 4.1 the moment a half ci k a t s as t weie i-unrlnt, a liok -nd tl -tin 1 is tsc ii ed into a back sti-e.t 1, SUSPECTS JAILED i I lie hai e a. readi been made i In connection with the muido of a pon II ircl larked woman pa. s o' w hos ll-ccli vieie rMscoirred in f Masking has it In i ten rne it hoi se u tie jteaau tin trr one ol the pooiest ills in ts of "v. in la 1 ou se M ciss aged forti (lie n tin ltd a somlie CMS t nee is a seams less He- I sister s i h is alw ai s in serli sec i e tnc ntl r solved Sip w is etniitteied 01 a t u it if he eiisfcriirf mom ml v LS ilvi ti s it mn ing to ild it rsel if u he i sh le t nome she iieai Ing -001 il ait tits or Irwclli Mie al ai s tail t 1 he. savings In hei IDC] i_t I n in was lo.-t seen eat ring he use w he e hoi fneiid I i in Mine lid with a tailor narred I i ir Lhe icrrans wer foult I or tit IL.IOIIHI fieri of the -me In iso Tl polite haio sea died ill Bart n ek ie i and ilrge that tliev foi n 1 tiac s ot blood rn the ixcentli w ishe II 01 t i i-i e i rtirams si pj osecl to le 'tln inis-i g lulls were mac i lt[ tn fur lei pigts pi a neiispapoi in ti- ill" 1 iftcs if which the he d o t-ie ilctim was iirapned Iiae. Baittnek is s il to hai e bor- liourd two washng ba-l ets fiom her mothe ho ue caih ige Onlj one wa- e tun ed "U pn usKid w ie re the other? jiv as sic cou cl not iccount for it d s u jeaiance These alleged fitts led to he irrest of Rai i nek and C7erni ho are ricci sed of nuidcrlng the it nchl ac keJ iioiian for 1m Conservatives Determined Suppress Enemies Who Are in Power. to PHYSICIAN CLAIMS TUBERCULOSIS CURE in 14 n who Is t mis tie most entepnsing n t 10 fit 1 mni t i 1 the nobl si 11 ill u-g or In Fur e is srK l K i 'li lecurr-s at the 1 ill c t ie leiic- '-n. es on the me c till r u vis He dec Iai es he has- fouac tho cue of that droadfi 1 n HcU and s 01 i c pcnsarx r-ea- the Pol t Mn In wh  Paris Official Breeds Over Act lie Considered Was Labor Chambers for Reichstag Planned in Bill to Be Introduced Imperial House of Lords May Be Formed As Check On the Reichstag. (By MALCOM CLARKE 1 IN Tan i ronsenatli are opor-i de the Intention to re- 'ort to opprcss'ie es to suppress Cine sad t i It was not propose 1 to wan foi social stlo ilolenco, but rather It w is 'r tended to open the attack on al sm lie- ica Heid lira id told the ehareel loi kindli flat hi w ou d dictnti to him wlat frrm tho--e tike but It Is c ear that what H wanted something 11 ie tl law -i of the eg ties wlich the groi ern- ment o st ppi ss 1 -o ia is propa gincia wherever It i ci t ired to show it- self I is "xprotc-i tl-rt tie will at lia't double tl ii In the next R i tif ig In He pre-ert nou'e thev hai e flf i If tl ci oire ba k from next eam-ialgn witi 100 ti i 0 rcj resental ll es a d II tl elr allca alll s -whose pr sent hti ntrth Is il- fl e propoitlonateli well the L, 11 rnm n oilli wild las a tola i limb -UH of W will hat n dwmeletl ti pi lloi 1 IK u tht latiish- IK po nt Ihe milieu" f -mans who into for ociall-r rinlllitcs no so because thei' are dls out i wl b the piesent rondl- tton of t) irl tie most clT ctii e ci rxii Ing their dis ontent is to lote i i HOUSE OF LORDS Thei e s t i Ic of an Impel lal Hot of I oil a i 1 1 lie K-e'ol -'as a'so (ilk 11- ri, u eh the Hid -.tag alto in I tl i t i (.'rowing el mm d 7l t it -1 11 li mil u n the Focial- IM t it t v wl 1 o i Ulowoci to up vi i i 01 1 r f th ngs m ler iihi h tho nan n i i- hi to Kr ntnoss n d tho price- u tu al roluce haio i ied icl s I to i es ma- jo in e r r n i) i i I e K l si e bite mi tin roi luv II i in i" "f-'hl peech -jili i iv i tie iind 1- blowing an i e-ti i llv p 11 ill w 1 i in It Is rtt b oil n II Is lot 11 iw nt, airJ ist t ie Hi one- 1 cir 1 njei i ir- 01 t (f tho debitp un s ill I T' So lal h s mado l ost of. tl i c unit b t f ill d t i eiru tho non socialst eft 111 'i f e n 1 ie Lib- er il- of 1 -hides do i it icli.h thei jv IU-IMIK jr. Ii ili Id far rityCi 11 si w ill I 11- such tl u s i 1 I 10 no niaircl wllll h rr a 1 is i i l n ie, i-l d tc o sor'- i d es i i It li Jaa 1 aieat has of the es ahhshment do ie Irj England s eorseq lent a nil f rw Aid In the Tie r lamners foi I Tl ise iboi cl irabt I nil h IV e lie wai Icllutloi and lull be I he e nit n nd emr "el i Indus n f c i SKif l l ate bt ke of ri iwa cto eminent en wayiun in tie scope 1 one er tie ar. nrn ne Imperial poiern vrat i d he cifect tnd the us ft 1 work oiid o' ri" le ore h is re n 1 louglit ist g es T! si irs ci it im i iJ- t is ire T t n i erj ,s tl e 1- l on i ard 1 he-e irilit. o omp o cis t o e ar 1 n h Hi" etc t of 1 piei i r arte tl e ed to exc ue e ra 1 of i ie 1 il lu this luiit w 10 I ated N 1 i Th 11- i i "P ulatlrn of Crete hai e he o" a rrcrt ard the'i -epresentatiit ai hn il tie consuls a coramunie-tnr i hat thei will not suffer a 11 i s r ct i of the rights alreadj acqu ed anl mn that since U comm mca tions of the powois ha e -efen el to rights onlv 111' h hai e 1 em sesies been to somt ext n nu il i I bi tho right cor teired al m ie Kins, t he Helleus to indicate his c hole of Inch ,on of Cr-te hepeoo now declare that thei if del rm ned o in finmenr l'. omise s of the ow ors contained in thii- net,  f the da ntl 5 iihlch e an sm 1 TRIES SJICIDE 1 IU- SSiSI -a i 1 sensitioi was .caused recenllj t tac c'osc of an ei e I ninr performantt at the Alharab-a bi a. French letress aa ned Mile Emm i Deru attempting t3 put an end to her I ie by taking poison in her dressing room Her groans broup-ht her assistance an 1 she conveyed to the nearest hospital in critical condition INCREASE NOTED IN SWITZERLAND CENSUS PtKNI Jan resti t of the -lecenna census for Swit7nr-aid is Iron a as lai ts t ie li g t vins ir concerned It shows i (.real In r se H re a-e i few of the p mclpil ilac s 7 inch todii has 1 "I" In nbitprts a_aln-i 7f3 Ir I'OO Bale has r sen from 101 in to j.3 W9 Geneva now comts l-i I1? against 104 Berne i" ag-ilnst 6 2'- and I ausanre 64 n whereas ten ears ago it was 46 The lebser important towns show pit port onfil In Legano how eier tnei-e las been an exodus since last New lears dii of i33 families Various caises are attributed for this searciti of wo-1 no bii Iding ope at on- anl the cost of hung me th lo a-mlhes haie g no it is not stated DIVORCES INCREASE DDIXBLRGH. Jan 14 num- bering 224 were granted hi the Scottish courts during the >ear lust ended as compared with 195 the previous >ear Wi-vea were granted diiorces In 133 cauies and only petitions were re- intern has been sen encert to rrprisrnment for life foi ccimphciti in ho be nb outrages at V i ole it loo in took pin e In t if town hall -vv-retku g- t ic build ng a'- 1 Im mediatelj aftenia cs two Tie i lushed n n le rmpeiiil Pa-ik anl endeiiored t rob lie n i ho 1 as sh t in II tiugrle Cine, m n R t i np i d rnl tie otl ei liaec off on a IIICM le snot a s hoolboj md two p its ra i a-fte- h n and lod i h U> usiel b> tie soli e tnt 1 near Bad Naul m whe i fnMij esc ipe Hit of ormlttel svltld hLs cct n- pluc n is in stcd In I la -rg He was ti ied at Giessen Pies'- Da -nstadt Any Part of S >a to Be Within Call of Message's FI ish. Tan 14 Tne e f t ie re 11 rkil 1 lici s 11 tie l o t lls cltv o in eel 1 re cecnltv whea puh lie I i.! kill 1 il is be into 1 ha 1 cor an o'llcli' ac w 1 K h. 1 e c n 11 r 1 di -irest j. ic L th icid f I ir l t'l "r" e i 1 tt lie tho rcatltn 0 to Mir ia I le- V fe- t l 1 "I rie- th c r l-i i I i 1 i n u s 11 Pi TV 1 i v fr! l I i in 1 fo i i ml t n ivi i 1 i n o 1 -I lia s I ide iell t i u In u w ul i i i a 1 tie- w i i i la li i. rl! 1 a h i f 1 in I I n n 11 u l 1 h ar o i -h H iihi 1 n 1 i l I i iff I ul rM li t 1 -s s i i The w i i i 1 "1 w is an n W o r 1 c i f i q m-tei of a i in it t il o Bo i! One se i i e njs h de-i ilr i tin u t I e n I hit I c c I 1111 g l rl Ir- t l ie cei t e e tiori f s li i I e i 1 it ti afl 1 lor il h he i id p s tr Kli der ct a 1 ie n i! it l -hen he 1h -t, He Hie he i n d lni 10 t i i -IH IH T V d' l t lerl IS )1W 1 1 ai UK i U I I' "n >n lh ijo. ra s ll t i t 11 s n> 1 f a -eiins ar te Hit H pi ie u le i in n li 1 i l-o e h r to al 01 h c in u 1 i e i e a h ENDORSC SENTENCE I ll The Structure in Old Town of Gnmstad in Danger of Destruction. >s Imj ese 1 up n (Captain H n n ail in the I n- e 1 1 ll I! new I IT 1 t the rei llattonn in tl no f t 11 tr al tiill con- 1 x c l i that the Idea of I r n i ol >i I i ''i Tnplaid la v u di 1 m 11 i s i 1 fn lion is felt t t l IT i i si n t at w ulo orh I i-t II ill a hirm tourist, r 1 i ,t i i i li 1 an 's tor ern in au- U1 rl, s 1 i uifch led landed two j llr.n l plil t ami d and P 1 r t i rk h 1 oka tci v ie i enlojs in- i n "i T l says Iri 1 1 f iind un- nil i u 1 U e itory ot id i 11 i i i -r 01 ge cam- 1 tl [i M e ner L! s com ie ti U it I a l J I M n n 1 i I g r N 11 h Sea. t i vtt i i j e ft hos le land- 1, n ie i i 1 li I eforn he ofll- al n mei n nt w it Ol n other 1 L l 1 1 la I in tl e f r r )t ,j ts i pon c "ipelllng I n n t i I 'i Irs -We hops i i 1 i i hi htli 01 er ook i i 'i i 11 vill pi'seriB v 1 if i I i 11 ni s> th it m l ri s p i -lenoclnu ill i n h ir I III lid n 11 L s V it i i militcirv I t 1 i n i 1 i i -ive failed nir. p lilt Tin po- i i i s l I o ci r It Ii I p v 1 i 1 imago 11 i i -I w I i t ie No th L 1 l i i r 11II i 1 I IONDON Jan ir es, me sages direct to and -rom am out if A nntic a, tae rew deielop- iment iroralsed o th- cor ipletion of Iciiathan ships no In co ir-e of con I t-truct or wi ss comm jn cation from slip to shore s res -ictea b., dls 'tance 4 message Fag laia or a l> other a- to be Old eel eirer the shore to it- 1 slinati n tl- f t t a tl cieh Iv hi h to i lo-v ir n f rcwe-fi I aerial waies cam ag If message but this defei is soon to be remed ed The Hamburg A nericar si earner Eu ropa which Is now I em-; milt vlll prob abli be the first ship t> cm mjmcatu direct to the sho e stations from any part of the Atlan ic LAWYERS TO PREDOMINATE IN HOUSE OF COMMONS; NOW NUMBER 44 land to the Man ship n mid Vtlan in bi i lard -e tiansnitterl I TI is is due m i f s are rot suf of a contn uous Ta i 14 IP lift e toin f Orlmstad on 'e ithern cias of Nomai sands aa ircient rtlla )l and e lip house modest In the ex rcrie eien ii its dais of It is onl of one sion and was a e- hemist s chop The p-eseat 3-o-irletoi Is thin] ing n" either selling tie oit' -vlace or it The alternat ie Urnost n ount to sacril go tcr it w is ill this npr tentious -truoture h l Ibsen e I H IP and --ft mails ra- il] 1 on as a e ei-is i Di.mg the a" t ted pn ol of 1S4S ar I I he time of t ie fir c war 1 etwee a I'rus- l Urd Denmart i his tnre heie It vas in th humi 1 dwelling that h' I composed his -oen de 'teated To Hun "ao I1" his "isjit at night be "catilina Against the altemathe proposal of the destruction of Ibsen a house at Grlnwtad. 11 al will r e rmi ate in the neiv It i-' of Coin-on" i e court- f nil'men v.io at ore i 'o med ihe huh of tie 4 trourh i i are put -t rs belong M t, the d -in m t ie st rt l F ri i In tl r i ills I rill k n I fame I glo v loiellst a; th licjj- r Tl r! 1 M Bi n Us i r e.iv t d i I ir h n b I i Hi Is to 111 il th I th  served 11 i f-c bo e o' tl e Tbo poor e Ted tl t e tl the'r ouslrc's ar 1 disce rasa n0 eit ito l The souieni s 01 a-e rue in Nor way concludee M Brande- Let ua 1 preseri e the ho se N is j r cons li eel a rli1-- h UK m i usln s or com- t bo i m hanle ol er la i i r u'ls laboi er Onj n in lied and thirty sK barrlsten and twentv se en so Icl tors ar Include-cJ In the new House as against 339 barris- ters and 30 solicitors In   

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