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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1908, New York, New York                               "All the News That's 1 Fit to Print." VOL. ;LVn. ...NO. THE WEATHER. Fair, cold wave, high west cold YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2, PAGES, In Six Parts, FtctorUl PBIOE FIVE CENTa IHAWINSAM; IN MATTEAiM MONTANA'S GOVERNOR QUITS- i Gov. toole Says .Ill-Health Prevehts I from Finishing Term. The A'r-.c'' York Times.-.- i HELENA, Mon., Joseph i K. Toole, tUri.ce ele.eted Governor of Mpn- Inna, resigned to-day, lie'..gave iil-Vien.lthu FORMER ATTACKS THE PRESIDENT .He Js Found .Not dering He Was'-Crazy. SENT AT ONCE TO ASYLUM ;-ihe reason for his "neiion... His term .in January next, so .Gov. riocrat, i's- Kx- reutivc.. In his' statement to Secretary Yoder Toolo rails attontlo Norris, Is a, Do will- serve nine months us Hlontan health is somewhat Impaired, ,Jliry Deliberated 25 HOUrS. and he felt that permanent improveme at First Stood 8 to 4 for Acquittal. I not bo -.offoctecl. within HO short hence his re.vignation. Duo notice in order that his successor; may ff: ize.hinisolf Tvit.h thc-dutles of .the i provision iii the '.Constitution pro "1 elective "-Officials -boms'- absent the i State, .for more thiii) NO RELEASE YET 1 ICl, e t could :r..time, s given mlllar- ifl'iue. Governor refers .to .his long-' .life, as .County- At-.: of the .Lc-gislature. Dele- pa.te in C'ongr.'e.SH, and tlirice as the elect- eel' Go'yoriiOr of the CommohweaUh.' lie: Asisails His Policies Fiercely at the Ohio Society Dinner. SAYS HE CREATED ALARM and Standard Oil Defended KOOSEVELTTO_GQTO LONDON? Friends Say He Is Seeking a House There for 1909. Bj Transatlantic Wireless Telegraph lo.The New York I ONDOIsr, For. of Prest- j dent Roosevelt live here tell me he .th hi; term r of [office next March It la unperstooa Mr. Roosevelt intends to nd several months In England next mmer before starting 911 a tour of capitals of the Continent. OF PORTUGAL AND HIS HEIR ASSASSINA by John D. mpn Also Speaks] InirKlKedm "bars of the Ohio clety' af the Waldorf-Astoria': last 'nt cheered Senator Foraker to the echo.In it the courses ol! a bitter attack on President- -It was the> an- si; .Ge gr rn is makijig ipqulllef for a suitable ncioiv house for his own use during season following the of Ir. Roosevelt hasl not vtsited England ce his v.edcling Miere In 1SSG In St. otge's, Hanover Square. He a it mahy personal friends in London, nj of riom attended his v, eildfng. i Ti.. 'dinn Ohio Society York, ant! "'thore' in thr rnmpanj id  -sorts Timit. Feb A rumor -which that [could not be run doisn to any the responsible or otKer-wi'-e, was around iii the guilty of, tiis charge in tho Indictment, on an'honor esteemed beyond -the.po-' tho arbuiia' 'that .ho was insane at the more words'-t'o .express..-.-. '_.-1__. im" _' time of the commission of the act." Supreme Court Justice "Oowling at. once About three years ago Goy. .Too: fered from an attack of.' the .grip, and J 'been unable to i i, long o i.t-r.tuIk-ate it from h. ordered1 the prjsoiier to Iho State Asylum .'advancing 'years ah the. CVlmtnp.1- .at. public, service -fie feels -entitled to haw 'was' taken; there, leaving- the reprieve, from I-.-.-' Mrs'. Toole-, who IK 'a daughter of a few minutes-be-fore 4-oclot-kjn iRlo Gejn chief the eyenmg, S-twtor Foi- tllis afternoon tn the effect aker. It had been expected .that Gov Hughes w.buld attend tho Oinner, but Root wav about tb resign asmuoh as his colleague, tho of from the Cabinet. Thl? Is an old rumor, Ohio, "was unable to .it I end, C.ov. Hughes h a 1 periodic exploration and followed tho .custom lie has. in the I riental recent wiek? of the. othor State society dinners .md-de- i Two hive usually bebn cHiied" the' inMUtlon Tll, for tho alkgccl to-be contemplated reslg- c s.uf- as I other absentee, of those Ii id been iookect for was. Secietaij U'illit'n 11. and Thaw Tombs nnti the otEi tl.e of thp Carlos ,and the Crown Rrlnce Shot 1 Down in a Street1 of Lisbon Son Wounded. QUEEN'S BRAVERY IS VAIN Throws Herself in Front of the Crown Assas- sins Killed by Guard LISBON FEARS A People Barricaded REVOLT Theft Franoo Hurriedly Consulted. DECREE ANGERED NAtlO'N One of Carfos's Last Acts WaS to Sanction the expressed on eA'ery hand at tha ful end of the1 King, and tha Grown Prlnps. Plot OnnnlnnJy 19 of tho show that L. they -vvero1 cunningly arranged. The fart that tho royal family wars' return- ing1 from Villi had been pubilo In adyanea, and the authorities hittl Rrrnnered what thfty considered an efiecth'e gnnrfl alongr the route -which ttio royal carriage uni to- The King and his family returned at end of a dny of tho greatest cltoificnt Jn tho city on account of the Wholesale arrests and the continual dis- of depots of arms and back as from tha carriage! weapons. They cleared twj-T fora them but a portion followed tho soldiers In parauljt succeeded inl capturing thvee ot tl vrho had escaped the ballets tnm trooper's rtivolT'ftrBt Queen Meanwhile an progress at the royal carriage, King- Carloa lay almost dead, the Prince unconscious end breatht nt Severest Measures Against Plotters. co very bombs, The trip froni VIrosa was vlthont inrtclorut. A groat, 1'ironsf wis (grouped about tlio Barmlro road station f.'id the neighboring when iho nemberw of thf> royal dlaembaikod for the purpose of driving nrross the- THRUR In reaching thrv actual rinc Infant Manuel vltl i i atroaxning1 from! hia mouth lectttejd tyf9t ..i iho father'and troths' had J'aped unwoumled from the rain of "bullets was kneepng1 bes luisband end eon. j Tho excitement in fho virlnltjt throateno'1 to become L1SBOX Feb. Cailoa of j I Portugal arirl the Crown Prince, ,L tary T.'ift in who the iny charge'.of Deputy Sheriff KG husband-to Califo'rniai. unless there takeii to Grand. Central Slat Ton in Kvelyn -be. a-decided .change for'the worse hi ins Xesblt '''Tha-w'a. ejectrlo brougham, his, accompanying 'him. 'Lawyers' Daniel O'Reilly ai.id Pcabody' followed' in an- condlt-loii. SHOPPERS SEE A 'other'vehicle. Mrs. T-ha'w parjng! Robbery Near Brooklyn '.to her husband at'MtV elation, ough Caught. him, accompanied by iho two lawyers and j hoifi.up ftl'., o-cloeii4agt !night t'ue guard, depart for tlio asylum. a. stone's .throw .'Hall .Just bpfpro-he ..boarded--tho train'Thaw i was by .dictated tnia. crowds-of, causes-of [Iftaiiii-'U Secro- i ho not Oliioans; lior by ...Senator I dent. supposed to increasing Presl- i tho 'It was -the hitter reason which waa foundation in to-day a j nssaBiinated to-clay Aiirt limits Of Jjisbon. Thrt Poart carriages aw.it tod them bofote tho landing Ft.'se, land the Kins and Quern .UKI iho, Princes entered the f started Immediate uproar. thr> Praco Do CMmm i f V" I into i ot the sp'itlrra qfilokly surrounded i cli on to t Tho KlijiR1 PllllOO (M 0 tiUtlMlV Vjullding wlilU a MirKd tho spinMutoi'p thing out iwail lor tin Kiln: t niroil vltlnu o rtt ul in J r gave attfiition' In rucen-r.-'-percli in Boston ori tMc1 the' business disturbances of ihe HOU-.C last few ipqnthsj Brfore; Senator jiK'U.l.'iriv euggested to in rs.i- i tjon. that He oould -we'll aYCord-.to Swlc autHornatne information tain.ible, (Cabinet ni- nior i, is hit h finm the "SV hlto there lujoli foundation for am of them in finaiul.U clrch-s. I s KING CARLOS AND CRCJWN PRINCE LU1Z PHILIPPE WHO WERE de at sor cv nt! .n ard nt crowds-of( shoppers. who-'Jofned in .the e.x-'j' T j'oitihj; t'hifcjf. clia.se. Tho-hiBhwaynian was i'. -I am perfectly, but T am; M if ,in.fr fa stable b'es to Matteawan 011 -t'he. advice of my nf- .a a who tliought It "unwise.'to -sue for of habeas corpus .time. Couysci will-proeeed in the 'matter of my soon as they can get together the 'fifoofs tho.y will-present that 'I am. at -i' ,0 I am confident .that my i at wan v.'iil be of time only." the .on -the" s.i.id lie. Jia.d -turned robber bo-.-.r; -be-WaV; o'ut. of work and stall-vim 'Mrs. J-Iiuinn-li Hart oE He." lr Ijict-lsi' eai-cleds. th ;hls or Ijiushingiy replied IK it hi t xjxn toi! to 10 the. he h ul pioparea, fl Inch '.arge extent he did, At tlie 'I'rtf.Hitlciifn Tnlilc. KAISER PRAISES MRS. TOWER. Says She fs the tKe Most Briiltant Social dcr, of His Reign, Sitting on eltlier f-idf ot President Jithn McCooX :v.4re Colgate llo> t, V. ilham A. Kf< that urn EEJRLIX. Beb 1 ror AVllharii Charlemagne -a-: short Taylor.'.Presi of. the.-'.Oiilb'.'.KfK'ioty of j'tiilaileltwil.i, j j.'s. John A." of rtlifi <'o: Batowr.-.ll, Prowident ..of the Society, ing a fpTVJ Collector of the S walking her" D. Aliirpln Ocn Jn in M Noble is .directly off .the tmcJ in 'j 'of. St. ex-Gov JlMonT TloiiickoC lid' lii-su-'t of the.bt-Ht residential street Senator jot-enn -13 P< ikfr, ex-At- hp boroiiK.h.- when .sli'e, was atttt'clfect torney Ifvit'uin, 'rom piirs'o w-re'Hted "out" .of D Thoman oT iola.rrdT-'Prcsident of the Michigan So-j Toner, tho American Ambassador to Ber- John R. Dunlap, the i ,lul 'sower are to l.v r iv-re In xemuckians; -p. ,h, hy hns e ,ed !'T. find hy ins fieclj .Ills in the-niatter lo members ot to the tiperuil fiianceJiot. The tel i reri to Tower lecentlv a.1- tho on of Berlin and had  iiojat family Mere driving to the palace. And, carbines, had concealed upon them, fired. The King and Crown Prince, upon whom tho at- tack) was directed, were each shot 'three times and lived only long enough to carried to the Marino Arsenal, nearby. By It is Crime. assorted th.it the day appi-dsimaiely freight crtrs siutis nnd a goM collar button. A watch and idle, rep- i t 10 ebtment of more and that-there are more than .The jurors were taken-up to the Hotel! rrreanl in the Admlnistra- Knick'erboclcer. yesterday, m'orninf iOr i tlon-and himself, n'nd-riot myself .nor an> breakfast; and, afterward nriothor Hiirni- .of my 'friends.'.-1'' breakfasfi and, afterward another juror changed his.vote to not guilty. This left only one of the twelve sticking for a ver- dict of guilty of murder in some degrae. Five'- rrumites word was sent. to Justice that a verdlct-rmd been on Fosse.4. SO-L'XHERX ItORIOA LIMITED. Lv. N. Y. A: -'a :25 -P. M, Through Fullmtn and Dintns Car Service. N( T. Office, l.Sftft -_ _ _____ of my Bryan was emphatic In explanation. this- unemployed tr.immen, discharged {rain creijjvs. of the idle eoiiipnient. f The question .is how it-all .came about, i wliiit's. the and who's' responsible, I f anybody.. It 't> ,i teartul responsibihtv f i for any man to 1 must' I not. lie at ti'nguished public Latest Snipping Newt. Sa.voie, Jan., OR WEST: COAST.' Seaboard I'.lmited. Daily" "oPullman train to St. Augustine, Pinehurst, Columbia. Office, 1.1S3. Broa.d way .and .one that i ligliti% A i Jn Boston re-[ cently. iinde-rtook to assign. Boer" war, he said, other and an and fire, together with other wasteful.: causes that brought about t a !of. the world's loanable cap- ital.. Now. that doesn't seem satisfactory to me. It IB. already disproved ,in psfr't fir the fact that rates 01 Interest In "L.on- "bn and Parts'n re so low to indicate TO PHOAXiBXPiaA EVERY HOt'R on the. hour, in two Central Schedule; t CHOOSE .IT-AIJ CoiHInncd on 2. _____ 1VATEH f Ijeilda. all in and Kiitawh and drunk bs all nations throughout' the! world. .B. S Koblneoev. Manager, New York Depot and Office, I TO-DAY'S ISSUE I The New York Times CONSISTS OF SIX, PARTS I. Pictorial Section. It NeWs Section. III. Transatlantic Wirelesi i.id Cable Section. IV. Sporting Section. V. Magazine Section. VI. Society and Dramatic ftncen Snvc Sons. SuddenJy the sharp" crack of a car- Thcrt lhi> bine fitai tied the air was filled 1 h v I tin a biicre'-s. of pharp and the King was been to jump up and nMch for throat, then drop bavk on the cushions. T1ii> Cronn Prince simul'aneouslv to collapse nnrj fall toward of the farn.ige, tho Quocn, on to assassinations v ere the -vsork-of Anar- chists and not of Republican hympa- thtzers. ertheless the stirring events cjf the last few -weeks had prepared the leople'for some startling culmination. he discovery of jilot after plot aa 1 v I as the- seizure 6f mahy secret stores of weapons and ammumtlo.n had demonstrated beyond psraclventuro the existence of a determination on tho part of large body ot the Portuguese to overthrow the present conditions. If awassinattonV ei t Inspired (jans any wajf by the there was no evidence after the King- and his soli vrere ulatln that they Intended immedi- ately to foJlow up the their found In the death of the two highest personages in the State The only striking sequence to the tragedy tAe complete and l bewildering sl- In which Lisbon was eiiwrapped. The cold-blooded murder has sent a thrtll ot horror throughout the country, even among those who have been work- frenzy, was boeklng to tho Prince and Uie Infant Manuel by Shield- ing them with her body. A great hush fell upon the cnmd, for the moment did not compre- hend that a srtvlft tragedy had befallen 'natioa. Then loud cries of anger burst forth coupled with the ehnt-ks of nndjsrronms of frightened child" ren an! tho commotion and the road ot the populice suddenly thrown into rape and fear. Gnnm rnder CJoafcn. I Near the royal carriage a small grdup of approach. Thon at a muttered woid from ona of them they swiftly their cloaks across ihelr shoulders and raised the carjMnes, which theMcloak3 had concealed and fired agalnj anfl again in direction of the royal fam- ily. It seemed I BB' though a shots were flrecj and ell liuan1 Instantl and before the startled onlookers coulflj move- the me'n Lhad turned and -were Strong Gnn'ri Tir'ini il" A ptronp cause of the re tha T uprislnr and tlio'di'-Tnorv of 11 irlot to 1 ti But the li-UK 1 tho 'md'st merthrow I sjot i or of! ih voro com caif'l fro1 tho ing I i il- of the pulu'l unfil Iho f irnd into the I'm-n Do a, Inj KC srju Before- unv k thp guard E what was gw i Ing p olitically for the establishment' eventually of IT TIM a republic, and sorrow is WABK, e cjf mad: fighjting II. heir way through tho In an endeavor to i-each an open space and make their escape.1 Tho escort 'instantly tfalloped In the direction of the aHsassine anxi v pursued them the street firing re- peateflly. The people on all Bides drew ChaiteMoa, A South, if. P. M. Unexcelled via Penn. Atlantic Coast Ltoe B. R. Flbrlfla Information Bureau, B'way, cor, iOtfr irdere: "9 It Is charged that oAe of N i i was a Spaniard, nanleci Cojcdova An examtTiatlon ofithc iVounda of King, who was reached the arsencp.i showed" tJHat wound was at the na'pe of neck, second in shoulder, and tr e thlijii. which was fatal, had severed t le tlb artery. -frlnc'S, etill breathine, died almost immediately aftrr to the serial, had Ms three juou'nda m i he and chest. Two bilHeta had struck Prince Manuel, anil the- other in thp arm. Queen Maria Pla, the mother the Duke Opprto, his1 brotfe ;er; a number of the MInlst Court officials .hastpned at oncjo to areenal when the n'ewa reached the attack upon th< fcodJjea of itmliy. leaped the cpril ]y a shots ranp'Oit, KingHnd tho hnd not I f- sllghtrat rhauce to JFIIVP. a moment oil Viaa spians upor! Uufc rcgki tea, number of is' somewhat tain, and killed two ot them ajnd turcd a third. This; man aCtPi1 bolne 'placed In of   

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