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   New York Times (Newspaper) - February 2, 1908, New York, New York                                 “All the News That’s Fit to Print.”  VOL. LVII...XO. 18.2« L  mts.  THE WEATHER.  Fair, cold wave, high west winds to^ day: continued cold to-morrow»  NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1908.--i52 PAGES, In Six Parts,  PRICE FITE CENTS.  m  HAW INSANE;  IN fflATTEAWAN  He Js Found Not Guilty of Murdering White Because He Was Crazy.  MONTANA’S GOVERNOR Ои'Т8.[ЩДЩ ATTACKS  THE PRESIDENT  His Polici  ROOSEVELT TO GOTO LONDON?  I Gov. Tooie Says Ill-Health Prevents j Him from Finishing Term. ;    |  SfrciL’.l to The Xc:v York Times.    ■    j  TIKLENA, Mon.. F‘^b. 1.—(lov. JoPopll ' K. Toc>Ie, thrice el*\cted Governor of Mon-i tuna, resigned to-day. He gave ill-health As 'as the rea.'^on for his action. His term fxpire.s in .Taiiuary next, .*^0 l.ient. Gov.  iiocrnt, r.s Hx-  S£NT AT ONCE TO ASYLUM  Edwin Norris, wlio is also a De ■will serve nine moiuhs as !Montan ecutive.  In his siaienient to Socixdnry с V'oder Gov. Tooie calls attcntio proл’ision in the Consliiution pro elective officials being ahseiiT. fr   ^ ^—    I    State for morr- tlian sixty days,  .    '    ;    his health i.c somewh.it Impaired,  Лигу De-’berated 25 Hours, and , he feU that i/ennanent improveme  not he effected witliin so short hence his ric'-ngnation. Uue notice in order that liH snceessor may  at First Stood 8 to 4 for Acquittal.  f state 1 to a ibitlng  Friends Say He Is Seeking a House There for 1909.  By iiarconl Tran«itlantio Wireless Telegraph to The New York TImew,  I.ONDOX, Feb. 1,—Friends of Presl-  icies Fiercely    Koosevelt    who lu-e here tell me  he I is making inqtil rieL for a suWable I.ojndon house for his own use during I th| season following the .e;xpiralion of  '  _ I hiJ term of pffice next March. It is,  I unllerstood Mr. Roo.sevelt intends to SAYS HE CREATED ALARM I sp|iid several months in England next  KING OF PORTUGAL AND HIS HEIR ASSASSINATED  Ohio Society Dinner.  Carlos and the Crown Prince Shot Down in a Street of Lisbon —Second Son Wounded.  QUEEN’S BRAVERY IS VAIN  Su|nmer . before starting on a tour of ^    ^    ^    r    ■  ,ibuing    ,    th| capitals Of the Continent.    |    Throws    Hers6lf 111 Front of    the  im the    and    standard    Oil    Defended    j    llr. Roosevelt has not visiLed England QroWII PHnC©—TwO kssas-  nd. as    ....    ..    ;    j    .siilce his wedding here in i88b in St.  Gqlorge’s. Hanover Square. He has a  .said : could i time, s given  by John D. Archbold-—Наг* ' mon Also Speaks.  j Five hundred. m^rnbers of the Oldo fio-* ciety'at the Waldorf-Astoria last night  1 nil i arize him.s-elf Wit.il the duties of the ¿ftiee.    .  I I.___  I    Continuing, the Governor refers to his | cheered Senator Foraker to the echo In  .    I    long t(murfyi>F~jtffiric!al life as County At-j tlie  NO WR!T'"FQR RELEASE YETjtorncy. mcmbei- of lite .Legislature. Dele-¡.Roo  ly personal friends in London, ny of whom attended his wedding.  • gate in C’ongress, and tlirice tlie elect-] ed Governdr of the Commonwealth. He  Special to The Xeiv York Times. AtASHlNGTOX. Feb. 1,—At the White ■ cciiu ill I :,cf. this evening it was said efnphat-ourse of a bitter attack on President i H(j)U. e mis exen.n.g    ^  sins Killed by Guard LISBON FEARS A REVOLT  Prinps.  Plot ЛЛ>я Cnnnlnsly Атгипегй,  'П’.е dota  mv(?lt. It was the twenty-second an-i ‘ dinner of-.the Ohio Society of New i  nua York, am  by that there was no truth in the    Dpoolp    Barricaded    h  t'from London to the effect 'that Pres- reopie _ Damcaoea .U  thf-re wei e in the company !  1 recalls at .‘^ome length the achievements : that gathered for the occasion the leaders Prisoner Loudly Protests, Howeve:',    ^ays:    |    of the financial and business world. The  “ R mid -he Strang./if during that | subject for the evening being. th.:- com-  That He Is Sane Now—Littleton Says Verdict Was Fair.  quarter of a century, in which p leeling ran high at times, mistakes  arty j mereiai and hidu.«trial achievements of i;.tve I Ohio, tht; majcu'ity of the . pixaliefî:  Pss drserA'ed liad not followed, hut  not been made, and criticism *rnOre or ; Included, In audition to Senathi 1m.  to- ! ex-United .States Attorney General  nt Roosevelt . was having inquiries de there looking to leasing a house foi a time after the expiration of hia teim in the Presidency,  ROOT TO LEAVE CABINET?  , ’who I  raker,    ':    *  udson Rumo^Current in Washington Yester-  day Is Ridiculed.  Special io i'rav-.NVrc "orff Times. 'WASHINGTON. Feb. 1.—A rumor which  .    uv    i'fi-\ »'II iiiYci    xu/i    I»-»V >*.,    »/V**    w    ..    .    -  After deliberating twenty-five hours the    void    of    ah    animosities.    iH-rsonal.    po-, Harmon,' and .Toiin 1). Arehhold, \ ice j  jury Tv'lddh tried Harry Kendall Thaw for*    or    otherwise. I find -no    cjomfort|    President of the .Standard Oil Company,  the secdni time for the murder of Sian- except In    pleasant retrospeet.    I behold    tramod their tvni,ml* around this thougM^  ford tVllite on JIadlson Square Roo, nar-j t№ great    cuss“oir'*oVtho%eonomlc‘'problin°^    not    be    run    down    to    an.v    source,  den on the night of June 2e, 11)00, returned ;    v-^-irs    ago    locil    self-i    confront    the    country,    hal    by    the    i.i-egponsible or otherwise, was aroundi  to the courtroom at 12:40 o'clock y ester- I    w^as    bul    a    dream.’'    f‘    '    ^    I chief guest of the evening. Senator For-:  Thefi'  Homes — Premier Franao Hurriedly Consulted.  DECREE ANGERED N.ATION  One of Carlos’s Last Acts Was  to Sanction the  Severest  Measures Against Plotters.  pot'O  mere words to express About three year.s ago Gov. Too - - --    fored from an attack of the grip, a  Supremo Court Justice ■f)owhng once ,unable to enelicate it from h  the gToutid. that - ho was insane at the time of the commis.sion of the act.”  LISBON, Feb. T.—King Carlos of  Portugal and tho Crown Prince  i„uiz  expressed on every' hand nt the dread- baclf &s tho assassins ^.ashed aw'Ey fill end of the King, and tho Crown ^ from the carri^, brandishing tfeolr  weapon B. They cleared tho way b«-£oro the'ha but a portion, of the cTowd followed tho eoldiara In ptirsnlt an® hs of tho murders show that gцcceeaed In eap^aríng three of the marT they Avero cunningly arranged. The    escaj^ tlio bullets from th»  fact that tho royal family were return- troopeFs rovolrera. ing ^rom Villa Vlco.sa had jbeen mada,^    Qneen    ^Escaped    Ballet»!  public In adyancs, and the! authorities Meanwhile an unhappy scene was iiS had arranged what they considered an progress at tho royal carriage, w^ero effective gniard along the routp which ^ King Carles lay almost dead, the Crown tlto royal carriage was to-take.    i    Prlnco unconscious and breathhng his  The King and his family returned at ^ and the Infant !Manuel with blood the end of / day of the greatest ox-j stroaming from his mouth leaned ovor citcment In tho city on accomit of the ^ho father and brother, wholesale arrest.«^ and the contlmial dls- The Qnoen.who had mlraculonisly  covorw of new depots of arms and caned unwoiinded from the vorltablo  '    ■    ■    i    ■    ■    .    .    ■  bombs. Tho trip from Villa Vicosa | rain of pnllct.s kneeling beside her  was \Hthnnt incldcat. A great throng i husband and sot.  was grouped about the Barroiro Rail-i Tlio excitcn-ent in tlm va-inity nf th» road station and the neighboring streets j tragedy th.reatened L) become s--rlOUS w'hch the members of the royal family | and Tiv- soldicr.s epii- kH' .-i-irrountled th» disemharked for the purpose of driving j i'arriagc wlh-. h w:    driven to. the Ma-  across the Tagus in reacihng the-actual; i-ino A'-f-nol limits of Lisbon. Tlie <.'o-;rt carriages j Oro\vn Ih.m. v -  awaited them before tire landing st^ige, i iut(. Lv' bulMii ' i ■  • * I    ■  i andl the Ki'ig and Queen ami ihc twojof th" sp.-(taioi^. li. . :  Princes entered th.e leading carrfnge, v.'hich started Immediately, wheeling  -nhi  hing po.-sibj. .    1    -    i  ! mn avail for *1 К iï’r'.n.-- . xì t..’ \  î о. i:  Kitg and Fv < 'Tied I .ti one ( ' i rvei-y-  Wire л tilia n*ï the  2    , пКч,  ordered the prisoner to the Stato Asylum    'Wiiii    his    advancing years an 1.  for the Criminal in.sine , at. Matteawan. j public service he feels entiilud to |l Ic^ng  and Thaw was fakon thoro. U-avinK^ the;    “"„rTs * daughter of the \ coup's ofjthe buflnes. tlistv,rhane..s of the j  Tombs a few minutes before 4 o'clockpn    Roscfuans,    will    not    accompany    i|i<jfnths.  charge of Deputy Sheriff Bell, lie wasJ],Qi- hu.shand to California, unless there taken to Grand Central Station ia Evelyn bo a (lecided .. hange for tlie worse in Ids Nesblt Thaw’s electric brougham, his condition, wife accompanying'him. Lawyers Daniel O’Reilly and Peabody followed in another vehicle. Mrs. Thaw said good-bye  V /'a , I natkm^-oim the Imalth of the Secretary ! philippe, were assassinated to-day and  other absentee of thoe^    and    the    other his increasing disaigreement    ^    r>n r  n .«ur-!"■“* •‘secretary yun im "    political    methods of the Prosl-I the city is In a .state of uproar. The , into the Prnco Do f omm  Taft.. Official bUKine*. detained Score-,    jt    was the latter reason which was !    '______: ---       "    ~--  tary Taft inUhashlnston, hnthowasnoti    .a    ----- ,, . aw . • ,r-M- , ' I . 1 V \ TCPv      a- king CARLOS and crown prince LUIZ PHIUPPF who WERi. AtoAMNA ied  Mr. Taft’s recent; speech in Boston en.thei  d i  3 s  :as j  'S- ¡  Th.e only authoritative i t.Tlnable. as to any of these Cabinet ru-| moT'S, wh!i h i-.Tm»“ directly from the White j ! Houi^e recently, waf that there was absj  SHOPPERS SEE A HOLD-UP.  to her husband^ at the station, and sav/,  A<t.-,L rxr..    ,iHoin-e reeentlv, wa^ that there was ahSJ-  Before thj3 spenking, began several o? ,    foundation    for    any    of    them,  senator rakers t'ri|uids m this ■ city. ;• -was greeted, with rldl-who are wld! k^iown in finam-inl circl-s. f ■ .    ,    ,  jamilnrly su.ggeste.l to min m conversa- |    '  lion that he could well at lord to he ai-     ^----------  —  Daring« Robbery Near Brooklyn Borough Hall—Thief Caught.  him. accompanied by the two lav.'vers and i . during hold-up at h o'clockda.st night the guard, depart for t'n-i asylum.    ■    j v.¡thin a stone's throw of Borough Hall  Just before he boarded the train Thaw : Square. Brooklyn, was witnessed by ^  !    crowd.s of sh"pper.s, who joined in tho e.x- j  dictated t s .s atcme c.    ^    ^    ; uiting thifef chase. The-highwaynian was |  “I am perfectly sane now, <ut    iin;*'    .'in    hour    later,    hiding    on    th.e  i,t,D «ucie.s ih hiA si.. .- h ■ Tho sMy ; KAISER PpAlSES MRS. TOWER.  t;oF laughingly replied tlnu he expeeted to ,    :    .___  eep to thè- sp'^ecli    pn    pared,    whiih    g|.jg    |.g  o a ’arge exteuc he did,    ^  going to Matteawan on the advice of my    д-    i,î..-,pie    Ьс-Ле    the    plagie    Build-    j    <L-ni    of.    the    Oiiio.    S'  A4 4lie l’r<*MÌdt4i#‘s Taliie.  the Most Brilliant Social der of His Reign.  EERIAN, Feb. 1.—Emp. ror Willlani re- i  the s-p’iug, .'urd he has frecb’ expressed      .............  ....         ..ocioty    o;    J'hilmleiiHiia;    ,,,  counsel, w'ho thought it UÚWUSO to KUO for h;;:. ц, said he I'a.q lunu d тЪЬ»'Г he-; i)v. John A. AVyerh, }>rnsid‘*nt of the :    rourt    "bnt    cspeefailv to Prince vou  ■■    lUHO    b-'    V-'-     ''     4...^,    '     -    •    -    -  Sitting on either side of President John •    „    ,    .  r. McCook were Colgate Hoyt. V'illianr A. ' grctifL exceedingly ' that. ( Ixarlemagne _ tolaitd. President of the Michigan So- Tower,, the American Ambassador to Ber-j •iety; John R. Dunlap, representing the ^ nml Mr.s. ’i'ower ere to lon-e her“ In ’ \entuckians; 'William S. Taylor. Presi-  fi-«'iiug.c in The matter to members ot | bspeefaily to Prii Jtuelow, tin* 'npi'rinl Chancellor.  ! sduthern Society-; Col. All.m C. Ba'f^'W' ll. ddcnt of the Pennsylvania Society;  1 •(    riel    t ¡inri wa.'/put' in    the observation р. г.-а»пк, who made -after L’.ir thief.    i    p. Grant. 1'. S. A.; I hop TVilliam A.  ' '    '    '    ^    ' uiiier is T’h ^ Tile thiff, iu.'CcTd of running into a dark    ;    Reonard, Henry W. Taft. Itdward L. Tay-  í'iüevwaK' or around .i eorriei:, cut idirectly    i    lor, Jr., of Coluiiibu.s,>and Li(ujt. Л\’. F.  t’'e a.-ivium ho will not be required to-,^  wr ir a Л', unii Tmf'"  tcross |he square toward bi'ig.htly! HghU’ti | Bricker, U. S. N,, Aide lo Adriiral Good-I r ir a . unil Tmf'"    '    ;    a.nd    tiironged    Fuit'Ut    Street.    '    rich  ,!u.‘^ti< .- I.Kuvling had allowed counsel for j Street he rah. dodging in and out of tlie j ("op John J. MeCv.ok. Pre.^ident of the j ■    .    ...    .    t..    vrertUy    ..nri    tni-nin-I . p'ocictV. prpsid'ol. 1 u lils intvoduc-1  In.stead, .she is making arrangements for a flower hall in ^tho la.=t week of February. d'île Crown Prince and the Crown I’rincess will he present at this function..  ,1    ¿..f    ..<■> r.ulil .To'cluck vesterdav aft-    ^l.frtle    Avenu<\    and,    tnrning    j    h'oclcTy,    presnro:. in ms inirooue-i  /■ ■ oi a-bnxv -„euiu-,.. th* :    ’lì»'disapp.-ared in Flood’s-j remarks he tèi'k acc.nint of the pro-j  С-ГПОМП t,re.d,i.>r vwtli .4hav\ p^nu...^ i A Alley, whivh runs 1>у the Eagle'Building. ¡ vaiHng note of the ovenihg's discussion. | h. gin:i;r,'r ' I f Ids journey to .Matte;,iwan. ^    sevrai    hundnai    persons    i    \уа.з    thought,    for    a    tine    that    the    i  1,1ЛЬ.Т ihiP' i' was de' ided tiiat no fight | were- in ptirsuil, ini'luding two pnliccnun. j usual toast to the Pr^sfdent of the United cr,-.:,!.-:'„,.,,.1,. for file hresent to keen I t>ther polidemon .wre <p:iokly sent fQr. 1 s Jales луоиМ be omitiied. It turned out!  FAIRBANKS’S SON HONORED.  ^    .    ■    ■              ■    "    i    CLiUJ 1 L .J-.3    .w.    .......          ^  Li'Tlrd ihiP' i' was de' ided tiiat no fight | were- in ptirsuil, ini'luding two policcna n. j usual toast to the Pr^sfdent of the United    b';ee<a.    I  >iartl.i' anade for the present to keep I Gther polidernon w.re <p:iokly sent fQr. ! sjates would be omitiied. It turned out! NEW HAVJ Tnaw'eutY'd' liu'asylum.    While    the    more    daring    nf    the crow’d to-be-mcroly an oversight, for, after Judge i hanks, son of  Order of Coininitment.  Justlc-' I)<iwling'.s formal order ofi com-nnlinent sai-d:    .    j    .  To iin‘ Sherifi *if the f’ouniy'of New Yoidc:  - ’I’he d'T'endant on Ids trial on .s.aid' in-f<;c!m“nt having  started to explore the dark depths of the alley. Policemen Elwood and Brosnan  One of Five Students Selected to Edit  Yale Literary Magazine  The KCSV York Times.  N, Feb. L—Robert Fair-Vice President Fairb.ink.s, ^ prize which he has been  tu- UC^illC 1 Vl.> c\ii W > V i    C,    f    •  Harmon’s speech, Col. McCook called for/o-day won t'n ,----- ^  alley, juoncemeu iciwoou ami i5rosnan    tlie toast. “The men of Ohio,”    said he,    | ntost ambitious to    capture— la » b,    le  went up Ov'er the roof.s.    Here they found    > “always show their respect for    the law    , editorship of one of    l e ^ • ( st magaz rjta  the thief hiding behind    a chimney. He    I and for government, and endeavor to do    jdn America. W illiam    L\ ai ts. w lo    a    ei    son,    the    Infant    Mannel,  immediately drew a long    knife and fougiil    j go in as cnthusifislic a way as    possi’ole.    j became Secretary Oa . ta e. oun e    le j  le Founiy of Naw Yoi’k: , immediately drew a long knife and fougiil go in as cnthusiaglic a way as possible. | became »ecrvaij oa . umv    i    .    a,    .    x a. rx-.xoxx  ui Ids trial on .said in- desperately hefcre he was overpowered. ! So 1 ask yon as loyal sons of Ohio to ! I ale Literary ^Magazine in . ..i v it e a -    .slightly wotmdhd, but- Qu  been acquitted by the ; At th<r station house h.c said lii.s name I respond to the toast, ‘ The President of U'dbdent at Yale.    P.    v    x-hn    Qtrnve to ‘«'ave the Crown  ■jurv-on the grounds of ins.ifiity, and ilie : was Henry Kuhn, and that he had no i the-United States,' by,rising and standing Competition Is c.ose i >. • j“c .on o n.s -    .    '    .    ,    ^  ■    -    U    -    ..    ..    .    !       ’      for    the    by thLWing herself upon  Qneen Fails io Save Sons.  Suddenly the sharj) crack of a car-  Stronpr Cnard YVas Bafflotl.  A strong guard aitendcd thaKing be-  bim  v'.urt .hi'ing cenifiod of the 'fa''i. and the i home and was sluiu ing. He had another  d'd'cndaiH Peinv in custody, and the court j knife ih his pocket. Mrs. IIart'.s| pockpl-  dceming his di.schavge at this time dciri-j book contained -idkO in cash andHi vaiu-  mental [to the public safety, it is-ordered ! able watch.  that said Harry dC. I’haw bu detained in'  safe custody and he sent to Matteawan  State Hosjiital, and to be kept there in  said hospital til! then discharged in due j Oavid F. H,.- Davis Falls UrJder the  course of law.- It is further ordered that    ....    , r    r-    J  ..A A X*    1    A-    I-    Wheels of    an Expres^L  the Sheriff ot Lew York furtnwitn con-    *  KILLED ON THE ELEVATED.  vey said Harry K. Thaw to said ho.spital. VICTOR J. DOWLxasG, Jii.-Tlce.  in your pi I.CC.S while the hand^ plpys ‘The ritar-Spaufdv d B.annor.’”  Tho comiL'mv rose and stood in silence while the Natioo.al riir was played. Then CVd; d\fcCook introduced Senator Foraker, who was greeted with cheers. St-nator Fofaker said; *  Sonntor Foraker'.s Speeeh.  position, and when the contest for the five editorships, awarded annually, ended young Mr. Ffiirbanks's standing was found to be fifth on the -list, which w’as leil hv Horace Winston Stokes , of New  Y'ork City. Another  of tlie leading com-  ' pptltnrs was Henry A. Beer.s, Jr., son of Frof. Beers of Iho English department at Y'alc.  David H. Davis, head of the carpet' department in Wanamaker's store, and  Thaw staggered to his fe.et when he hving.at P40 Forrest Avenue, the Broin heard the verdict. Tliere wa.s In his mind > ^vas ground to death last night under  the conviction that Littleton, whose eloquence and constructive power in the de-iecBO had brought about this verdict, would save him from Matteawan. The prteocer *«tood, with shoulders braced  X,  a  the  “I have had many pleasant greetings in the course of my public career, hut none, rhore pleasant jhan •this. Until, ! had the mi.'-^^fortunc to incur the disideasure of certain influciitial people alx>ut two years ago, it had been my lot to meet these greetings rather frequently. Since then they hax'e been few and faif betw'een—  Third; Avenue Elevated train a 177th Street station. 'Davis, with willlam Aiken, a f’-iend, wa.s on his way to attend the meeting of a Scotch organization In VA.VAAA, ...AA. .A . . A. A V. V . .3    A^A.A.A^VAA YYa S llI U g t Oil a\ VCH U 6. T hOg    gO t O f f    a t    t h 6  aquare'y, before the jury' as tho    verdict i ®1V^bn, and -Yiken stepped    Into the shel-  .w'as announced, and he seemed possessed •!    ticket    box to light a cigar.  ‘With a strong desire to- extend to the'TYdie.n he turned around he found that tweh’e men hià thanks. He bowed to the j Favls had fallen under the    wheels    o  foreman, bending his body in tho    middie, ! downtovin express.    aa..         ------- ........  and lie boiva) to .N-acthinK, tho oocond Wl.on tho tr.ain stopped It was    1    IÏa"    ool  that the first ear had pa.ssed over body. It wa.=i cut to pieces. Coron  FOUND DEAD IN OLD BOAT.  Man's Throat Cut and Police Think H6 Was Murdered.  Tire-body of an expensively dressed man  past mlAdle age, whose head wag almost tnoy nttvo ooon .ow a.m lai, oottveen- '    the  poseihly not so bad fis that, and yet suf-    „i„a„_    the    An-  •iuror. He bowed to the third and the fourth jurors, ami the fifth and the slxfh, but none of them looked at liim. In.'^tead they extended iheir hands to Martin YV. Littleton, cdngratulafing him on his work  ficiently so as to make me greatly appreciate this one'from you,.  The sentiment of the evening, * Ohio In Industry and Commerce.’ is the cqulv  bottom of the old derelict sloop, the Andrew Jackson, at the mouth of Jacksson Creek, North Beach, yesterday afternoon. The Astoria police believe that the man  A , aient of the United ,‘=;tates in Indnsirv •    ¡ commerce. Therefore., t regard m>  nd j was murdered and robbed, 'fhey hope  ...........  A........A... A -.rx.A-.-A ..... If t^oon to establish his identity by some of  as licensed to sue i.k of industrial cofidi-    expensive    articles    that    were    found    In  [inn l;OIlr* wL l/lx    JK>>\ lil».'  , I are not, satisfacTor.v. Until three} months    I his ])ockets.  } ago there had not been a day for terl    | 'fpr. nian’.s    throat was    cii  ner. years when any man. seeking work eo'.ild    L, :    .    Ara<Lh    hei  c wa»-«ltui.g at tl,e «¡■xlo«-than «1^^*    1^« co.oM Inflict    upon    himself, .accord-  _e across fiom tlil station, t pfxixform it.    ''    ’¡ing to the police. ‘Iht'tt robbery ° had  crowd giathering, and lan to; “Last Augmst a prominent mannfact-! purihablv bef i the motive of the murder According to    Davi.s    ;    liror    or    Clr.cinn:^^^^^^    ! should ‘it n ove Unit murder had been  e startled the assembla.ge.Then iht* j (.^uso of the ^ei, “nt uprising in  him. was unhurt.  A band of men,, waiting at tlm corner of <tho Pracoi Do Commorclo rwul the Rua Do Arsenal, .>=uadenly spr. w’ard the open carriage' in wh lo^al family were driving to the palace, and. leveling carbines/which they had concealed upon them, fired. The King and Crown Prince, upon whom the attack was directed, w'cre each shot three times and lived only long enough to be  carried to the Marino Arsenal, nearby. ^ Mystery In the Crime.  By some it ls‘ assorted that the  assassinalions were the work of Anar-chi-'^ts and not of Republican sympathizers. Nevertheless the stirring events of the last few weeks had prepared the eople‘for -some startling culmination, j  air wn.s fiUe<i wlilli a sue» ; . ki-’ i of ai.q tine dn .charp fi^^ports and tho King was s< <. n lo uv'e Pr* r.; jump up and reiich for his thiOiit, then mor-'ft'’ny droi» back on the cushions. T 1.»^ Frow n Tj.,., ^ sf-l. y ! Prince almost simuhnneously wra.s .‘»e» n- .,;f    ¡,u'    t  ng to-I ^  -h the to collapse nn»l fall toward th“ sid^ o' ^    ^    ,  of the I-  \ » (U  1 ifr t ' L t  piot ai.) nssa-ssi-) o\'erthirow tha i '. 1 of 1 .ur«l '•« H  five hours. The -last man of the twelve • contented himself with <a word of .appreciation 40 the chief coun.sel of the defense and a word of congratulation to Evelyn Nesblt Thaw.  The jurors had been ordered to J^e Jury room at 11:40 A. M. Friday. From that hour until 12:40 yesterday afternoon they were away from the court and .the public, weighing in the-balance tho claim of Thaw to the life of YVhite. Tiiese twelve  the track..    ,    t,    ,    *    j that day, mrxilng to ihcdr i'eports, more    ''¡LYaT-    He    wore    a.  WalPw J. Lmmonds of 4.-4, lark Ave-    ;iO.O0»-.dle    men in Cinrlnnati.    IViir Un‘/i bitck o\^rco'it a dark siit of  nue, motorman of the trann. was ar-i    h-ivo    been reading in the new.spa-    cirtbe.^^ a White shirt. ‘aAd black .shoei  prrs for tbe last week how. In a number .    j    j pockets    the police    found two    pairs  of large. Cities, great numbers of tiio nn-j    -    UM -------- L-.....  ♦■mployed Ita 1 IMayors to  rested.  BRYAN NO PART OF “ WE.”  Denies, That He Is Included in Roosevelt’s Collective t^ronouns.  ties, great numbers of Uio nn-j f gold ev,?glasses made by “Prentice, lave been calling in bodies upon I    X.    two    gold-handled  wiayors lo make known thcir want of i    ^ew    kid gloves that  employment and to .solicit work and heip.    stamp    “    Samuel    Budd.”    The   -•    _      •    -k-k    •    •    _    C    l-norlriiH    wItH tHtfi mrtnn-  special to The Xe:v York Times. ixmw LO Uie ILLI- UL XL mie. i Iiese iweive YVILMLNGTON. Del., Feb. L - M’hen ^    .    ..  men cast fourteen ballots. The fir.st bal-i Mr. Bryan was asked late to-night If he j and 8.0CH) .locom lot cast ishowed .eight for acquittal on the ! thoiiglu President Roosevelt’s use of the |    ’J  groand of insanll.v and fanr for a yordict ".a    -    «    0 and " our |Pollcl« ” In hli.t S400^X>.000, .and that thero .are more  of murder in ti.e firat degree. Two.Jurori>nw«»'r.-- *«••««» I'l'" and'Bryan-s policies 4».,X10  man’s .shirt was marked with the monogram “ M K.” Like his outer clothing,  Deprossiou Slipwn by Rnilronds.  “ The statement was made in the ne'^’s-papers a few day.s^ago that there arc to-day approximaCly 320.»0 freight .-hrs |  Dtlves ixtanding idle, rep- i    r .X  vestment of more than j than j charged|  lao-i.  Ч 1 -П-    <  ta . 1 '  i; л,. ‘ * I • T 1 р.-  г  и-  .g» 0 4Н  U rirre, î :    »■'Уe»  cr* h a, i '.crclt^  the carriage, whilp tho Queen, driv* i t.» frenzy, Wiis seeking to save tie* Ureu ti |  Prince ant. he Infant Mannel by shlel 1-    s    :u. re.  in.g them with-her body.    j    у cf**i *u’    ^ cnird were ewar#  A great hush fel. upon the orottd ^ win'' v .is b np' niig, 'he assassin# which for the moment did not compre- ; ¡^яре»! fowrt“d th c.irri.tge aigrl Instant» bend that a swift tragedy had befallen ^ fusillad^ef    rang    out. Пгв-  the .nation. . Then loud cries of anger j    and    the    ch-own    Primhad not tha  burst forth cqupled with the shritks t)f j    c    h.'in    -e    t-:- sav»-\ fh“i; “• U-;es. Iri  women and sereamo of frightened child-’i 3^ nmmclit all vaa coMfu=ior. Police  roh and the commotion and tho road of j ^^uards spi-ang up c- ' ne n-gU hies, Che  the populace suddetily thrown into rage j    v.born is somecvhat un^er-  and fear.    ’    I.tain, and killed two of them and cap-  Gune Hidden I'ndor- Cloaks. ^ tnrrd a Ihlrd. Thl;- mP cemmlttei  erPon.  fjy i Cl X 1 i    X    - V.    ^    -------  ithe man’s untlerclothlng w.as of excellent     aaaaa. aaa. a^ aaax a., make. in hi\ shirt were three gold  elv d'YHViO freight cars studs and a goM collar button. A watch eij o-.», AH ireignt cars,    pocket h-'i»1 stonnen at 12 minutes  past 12 o’clock.  changed to <a verdict of acquittal dtiring. i-e, r^I'hc-d in tho negative.  Friday night, and the vote then stood ten ” Tiii". rreside.ut did not refer to me,’* - I    ^    he'    oxpla.ijiod, “By the term ‘we’ he  train cr»Vw'P. of the idle eqiiipmt?nt.  “ The questi»-)n is how it*all came about; what's the cause, and who’s responsible, if anvbody. It !.s a fearful responsibility  '• “ :    * ,    ,    ,    x,y-,    lus    a‘i‘i0cl'’es    in the Administra-! for anv man lo assum«'. and one that i  .The jur(»rs were taken up to the Hotel!    //    //'    Id/l...//    a_____i 1 must not l-.eMssigned lightly. A dis-  . j no jur(»rs were taaen up to tne liotei    —•    -    -  Knickerbocker yestcribiy morning ff.j-i tion and himself, and not rayscAf nor an>' breakfast, and. afterward another juror j of^^^'^Y'^riends.^ changed his vote to not guilty. This left only one of the twelve .sticking for a verdict of guilty of murder In some degree.  Five' min’Utes btTore word was sent to Justice Dowling that a verdict htid been  Continfneel on Pnge 4.  SOt'JHERN III". FLORIDA IIMITJED.  COLUMBIA—AIKEN—aYUGUSTA.  Lv. N. Y. 9:55 A. M.-and .'1:25 P. M. Through Pullman and Dining Car Service. Nt Y, Office, .lilj0.iBrpa<3^ay.--Adyi :    __________^______:______  Mr. Bryan was emphatic in making this-explanation.  Latest Shipping News.  Arrived—SS Savoie. Havre, Jan. 2.j.  ■ ■     '---- .    .    i  ICLORIDA-RAST OR 'WEST CO.YST. i  Seaboard .Florida Limited.' Daily Pullman train to St. .Augustine, Pinehurst, 'Camden, Columbia. Office, 1.1.S3-Broadway.—^Vdv.    |  TO PHILADELPHIA EVERY" HOLR  on the. hour, in two hours. Se“ Npv' Jersey-Central Schedule, Page i7C—THOSE "vVHO CHOOSE IT always JJSp IT.—Adv. ^  must not 1-e assigned ligluiy. A dis-linguislied public .servant-, in Bo.ston re-centlv. undertook to assign a cause—the Boer'war. he .s,aid. other war.s, and an earthquake and fire, together with other wasteful, icauses that brought about a .shrinkage of the world’s loanable capital. Now. that doesn’t seem satisfactory to me. It is alre.ady disproved in prlt bv the fact that rate.s of intere.st In 1^00-don and Paris are so low as to indicate  Continued on Pnise 2.  POLAND AVzVTER    „  In “ Reputation and Purity.’  I^ade all in rceputauon ano xuiu.x. , Knbwn and drunk by all nations throughout  thei world. B. S. Robinsoo. Manager, New York Depot and Office, 1,180 Broadway.-., A4Xi-  TO-D.AY’S ISSUE  OF  The New York Times  CONSISTS OF SIX PARTS  1/Pictorial Section. '  II. News Section.  III. Transatlantic Wirelcsf uiVd  Cable Section.  IV. Sporting Section.  V. Magazine Section.  VI. Society and Dramatic Section.  he discov'ery of piot after plot as [    (xaj-riage    a    small    group! suicide after being pi; -'I in  well as the seizure of many s^ret [    quietly awaited its; It Is charged that . : e of tU“ ’лпл^-гега  stores of weapons and    '    ^^p^oach. Then at a muttered word ; wa.s a Spam:-rd. nnmed ЫТогя.  demonAStrated beyond peradventure    they swiftly threw An ехапШ^аНоп of t'l • wo’-ruTs of the  existence of a determination on tho part i    ehoulders    and    j    King,    who    was    alrea    qv    dead when he  of a large body of the Portuguese to f    carbines,    which    the.    cloaks    i    reached    the arson H. .howcd t h.at oti0  overthrow the present conditions.    concealed    and    fired    again    and    U'ound    was at the nape- of the n^ck, a  If the assassinations vyerb inspired j    direction    of    the    royal    fam-1 second in the shoulder, and th“ 1м/ .  any way by the Rqpublidans there was ’  no evidence .after the King and his son were .slain that they intended jmmedi-  ily. Iteeeined shots were firec  as though a Bcore с.а“| x'-hloh tt-аз fatal, had savorad the  Г0-»  and all im an instant  tid artery. Tho Crown Prince, wh > wa *  land before the startled onlookers could! stiil breatbmg, bu;  who died  ately to follow up the advamage their |    turned    and    were    |    ¡mmed!ately    after    adnai.-.-ion    to    th---  cause found In the death of the *'"•<> i    their    way    through    the',    ha-1    his    three    wounde    In    tho    h-    '  highest personages in the State. The only striking sequence to the tragedy was tbe complete and bewildering silence in which Lisbon was enwrapped.  The cold-blooded murder has sent a  I thrill of horror throughout tho country, j even among those who have been work-  i ing pplitically for the establishment eventiijally of a republic, and sorrow is  crowd in an endeavor to ivach an open space and make their escape.  Tho rojml e.scort instantly galloped in the dtreotion of the assassins and pursued them down the street firing repeatedly. The people on all sides drew  17 victories imitate STRANSKY WARE. The ÿchuine Ьм STBANSKY label«—Adv«  Angoista, rharlemon, Runrimervllle, & Sonth,  9:25 A M. and 2:14 P. M. Unexcelled service via Penn. & Atlantic Coast Line R. B. Florida Informatioa Bureau, B'wajr, coi. 30th St.— Adv,  and    Two    biilbus h.ad stt -  Prince Manuel, one on tho lower Jaw, and tlio other in the arnu Queen Marla Pia, th mother'of King Carlos; the Duke of Op--rto. his -»roth-er; a number of the Mln.stors and Court officials hastened at onco to tha arsenal when the news reached them of the attack upon the royal family.  The bodies of the King and the Cro-vfii   

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