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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1911, Washington, District Of Columbia Your favorite organization a commission on every subscription you turn In during the con- test whether It a library or Weather Generally fair probably preceded by a light shower In the early Temperature 55; 31. NO. MARCH 30, 1911.-SIXTEEN TWO OFF TO Revolutionist Secretary Here Called to TO CONFER WITH MADERO Parley on Mexican Affairs nay Open Way to Dr. Head of Insurrectionist gation in Says No Change in Demands to Diaz Faction Is Con- to Senor Leaves United States j Officials in Ignorance of Juan secretary of the agency of the Mexican left here last night on a summons from Gustavo of the provisional president of the He will go to San An- he expects to take ap active part In the preliminaries may precede actual peace The message which called him to San Antonio gave no but both Dr. Vasqnez the head of the ington and he were convinced that messages I. the i of the would await him Gomez said last night that any Agreement that might be reached at a conference at San Antonio would be preparatory to formal Neither the nor any of the brothers of the visional he pointed are to act with finality for the revolutionary Any terms of he be either by the provisional deAt with the approval of the of the or by the heads Washington The ments of any of the members of the he were to be only as the expressions of the personal opinions of those who made This Dr. Gomez hau emphasized on more than one casion by Madero while he was In New That Francisco favored a certain method of meant only that much and nothing Explains Madero's of the continued Dr. IK a ment that Senor de la thn newly appointed minister of foreign affairs in the Diaz Is to meet tavo Madero and proceed with him to thence to and out Into the where a conference will he with President The ington committee has not yet received any Intimation that such an ment has been there he a between President Madero and Senor de la It could be viewed as The Diaz minister of foreign affairs undoubtedly would be empowered to act by the Diaz or he would not pate In such a President dero would not consent to treat with an official emissary of the Diaz ment except with the approval of the chiefs of tho It Is safe to that If the provisional pn sklent himself docs not represent the resolution in a peace conference the will conducted by the my Instructions I can say that no has been made In the demands of revolutionises which be any final can he carried Says Diaz Must Diaz must resign from the dency Senor Corral from the vice of would leave de la as minister of foreign the provisional reorganization of the cabinet must Mnlf of the members must be chosen from among men identified with the revolutionary to hold of- fice during tlie tenure of the provisional for the various states must IIP taken from members of the revolutionary This will he insisted upon in order to Klve assurance of a free election of members of n new who be chosen to make the changes In the constitution the electoral laws demanded by the revolutionary army of the revolution Is to re- main under arms and to he maintained ar the expense of the government as The revolutionary troops will not lay down their arms until all negotiations have been brought to a Senor expects to re- main In San Antonio at least two or three j He will keep In constant touch with his Pr. during his ab- Neither he nor Dr. Gomez knew laot what arrangements have been j made for a preliminary conference nor j who would be the representative of the Mexican government to take part in It. Madero May Cross San March a. egram from some undisclosed source night depends whether some member of the Madero family will proceed south across Mexican border tomorrow to participate in the of peace negotiations between Mexican rebels and the Mexican Francisco I. father of tho revolutionary committed himself I to that but declined to go into I board the train here and proceed to and probably thence to The publication today of their ances of yesterday led to the Issuance today of a typewritten statement fully done in of Francisco and Gustavo It bore nothing but departed from yesterday's interviews In insisting on the point that the rectos will not lay down their arms ing peace This obviously meant for press Is taken as first gun of the it is said that the rebels will so that they moy not be designated as an armed with which President Diaz has said he would not That dispersal would not affect their military They will still be As every man Is and every man can be ready In five minutes to their military efficiency will not be Final Word With El March I. president of the and their leader in the has not been consulted about any peace no settlement of the war in Mexico will be accepted without his final alone would be regarded as At present disregarding recent political changes in Mexico is ering his men about the of northern with a of besieging that leaders gave out this mation tonight with the stipulation that it was not Intended to minimize the im- portance of assertions made by cisco I. and Gustavo A. at San that tentative now under consideration may re- sult in peace within a That Madero's father and brother have some peace plans backed by assurances from Mexico City is not but It is stated emphatically that any action toward the settlement of the war without full participation by the Insurrecto dent would not be popular among the men now in SEES PLOT Stetson He Against FORCE MAY GO TO Twenty Companies of Coast Artillery to Be It Is March army transports and Clellan today were supplied with forage sufficient to last the horses of a regiment several The transports have been fully provisioned and supplied with They are held in readiness for the embarkation of A rumor reached camp today that It was Intention of the War Department to dispatch twenty companies of coast ar- tillery to Honolulu from Eastern FEE Camorrist Informer Says He Got as His BIDED TIME TO KILL MAN Caged Prisoners at Trial in Italy lant Over Severe Questioning of Witness With Regard to Record Says any Senor de la foreign minister in the new Mexican and erstwhile Ambassador to the 1'nlted Isi scheduled to pass through San tomorrow A man who traveled I on tMe train from New York to this city j with Francisco Madero and bis son i tavo 1.1 authority for the statement If the telegram expected by Don cisco not soy to the one or more members uf the Madero will March entire sitting in the trial of the was today in the further examination of naro whose testimony was constantly interrupted by the In the The president of the interrogated the witness con- contradictions in his Questioned as to whether he suffered from replied in Is a military medical said President that you left the army after three at- tacks of I did It purposely to be sent home from the said the The lawyers for the defense you deceived the and you are now trying to deceive the cial During tho questioning of gio by the president the prisoners Giuseppe one of tho assassins of and his kissed his hand to the while the ed: of the phonograph Is Says Was Asked about the paid to the sins of the re- plied that had divided the giving to the witness and dis- tributing the remainder the actual dl one of the protested against the giving of so large a share to who had not participated In the but he was silenced with a from said he understood the meaning of the His associates were aware that he could betray them at any he no sum of money was too great to pay for his silence until the opportunity came to kill Informer Scents examination was in- by Corrado another of the alleged who that the Informer had declared that brother was a member of the Rising In the Sortino are a My brother is ono of the world's greatest He lives in where he is the intimate of This gave excuse for a the other prisoners and their lawyers Is a Tho recognizing a trick to Impair his raised his voice above the never snid that brother was a BlanchI has received a re- quest from Judge Frank C. of the division of the supreme court of New York that he be mitted to attend next week's ISSUES A VIOLENT ATTACK Leader Is Power Behind Insurgent Prominent Head of Tammany Hall Is With the Aid of Several Newspapers and to Wreck the Democratic Party in New the of at Albany of Japanese Council Ratifies March privy council day ratified the treaty of commerce and navigation with the United The signatory exchange will be made on April 4 New March F. leader of Tammany out tonight in a violent attack upon Francis Lynde a New York charging him with working openly with Frank H. son of former United States Senator Thomas C. in ing deal with the Republican chine to elect a man of his own tion for United States Murphy charges Mr. Stetson with be- ing mysterious which has been behind the insurgent movement at and which Mr. Sheehan to be assailed by every conceivable form of efforts discover the identity of the man really responsible for this action have been in continues Mr. Murphy's with brazen istic of his entire Mr. Francis Lynde a political step- ped Into the limelight and boldly ed charge of the entire Working With He satisfied with his work in pre- venting the Democratic party from ing a choice for Mr. working openly with Frank H. son of former Senator is engaged In making a deal with the Re- publican machine to elect a man of his own selection for United States with the avowed purpose of destroying the Democratic party In the State and finishing his to break Tammany to his aid all the dissatisfied Democrats In the and with the assistance of several New York which have been for years to de- the Democratic this man's campaign has rung with charge that Mr. whom he has personally certified to be a man of. high character and was un- fit to be chosen as United States senator because he was the representative of the Called Organizer of Is this Mr. Francis Lynde asks Mr. then he proceeds to ask If Mr. Stetson is not the same man as organized the steel greatest piece of stock watering and stock jobbing in ern and which Is just about to be investigated by the Congress of the United Is he the attorney at once for J. Pierpont Morgan and for Thomas F. Is he the man who organized the Northern Securities Com- which the Supreme Court of the United States held to be an if not a criminal Did he not organize the International Mercantile shipping the rubber the harvester and other Along this line Mr. Murphy proceeds with his listing a dozen tions of which he declared Mr. Stetson was a and then man is not alone the sentative of the IB the sonification of the is one of the Stetson When told of Mr. Murphy's attack upon him Mr. Stetson don't care to have you read it to me. I am not at all interested in thing Mr. Murphy has to say about me. Mr. Murphy is entitled to form and ex- press any opinion of me he sees I think he is largely justified in his N. March third sion of the reconvened Democratic caucus lasted tonight just long enough to permit Senator Cullen to move for an adjournment until o'clock morrow The expectation of many that an agreement would be reached whereby the insurgents would be made to feel their way clear to at- tending in a was not None of the out-and-out insurgents One of the rumors afloat tonight was that Charles F. Murphy favored Judge D. Cady if assured of enough in- surgent votes to elect It was that several of the insurgents would not pledge themselves to but prefer John D. There were persistent reports that overtures have been made by them to the with a to electing Mr. un- less the regulars accede to their proposals An interesting factor in the situation appears to be a division the Re- publicans regarding the expediency of helping the insurgents to This lack of Republican harmony is un- to have encouraged the regular Democrats to In the hope of an emergency arising by which they can make a better bargain with the In- Various conferences were held but their if were not made Most significant of the made by the participants was that of Speaker who asserted positively i that a senator will be chosen before i April 4. i Charles F. Murphy's attack on Francis Lynde Stetson variously but most of those who read it agreed that its chief significance was that the end of the fight was not as near as recent Some of the insurgents believed it meant that negotiations between the Tammany er and the insurgents had and that Mr. Murphy believed the Democrats out- side the organization tvere on the point of Joining the Republicans to elect an BONNETS TO HIDE Tipplers Adopt Scheme to Beat less March saloonkeepers refuse to heed the nance by the city which puts a ban on blinds or screens in Their is They have suggested the Their patrons may buy the bonnet at small and many will be to dig up old owned by their But any they may don their line up at the and still avoid de- from the FIRE DRILL SAVES School Children March Burning Building in Two New March value of the drill was demonstrated this after- when was discovered in Public School No. the Although smoke was drifting through the building and the odor of burning wood and paper permeated the halls and class little children responded to the fire drill signal and in perfect order marched from the building as they do several times each In two minutes all on the street watching the The blaze did only trifling KENYON FOR SENATOR Iowa in Nominate the WILL TAKE PLACE Candidate Receives Vote of Majority of the Republicans in the Born in Has Long Been in Public in portant Legal FRAUD IN CLOTHING Alleged Conspiracy to Swindle Indian Service Involves Newark New March with conspiracy to defraud the service of the United states Interior Department by substitution of shoddy trousers for those of standard Arthur a. clothing manufacturer of N. was arrested Rose held a subcontract for furnishing clothing to the Indian arid It Is alleged with Charles H. chief clerk the United States Indian warehouse in this he conspired to substitute several cases of shoddy ments for standard which had passed The arrest follows the indictment of the firm of Weinstein of on similar was re- leased on bonds of It is said that several contractors have been involved in the Chief Clerk Furman has turned government SUICIDE PLANNED War Veteran Sent Telegram to His Wife and Ordered March sending a telegram to his wife and ter to return home from a- then dering a casket and telling the coroner how to conduct the inquiry into his death and planning the details of his Oregon aged 72 a civil war committed suicide by drinking poison at his home near Benton He asked that the R. have of and told undertaker how deep to dig his The man killed himself some time but his body was not until his wife reached home from North His body was on a wrapped in a and across his chest he had placed the sword he had carried during the NEW ART TREASURE IDes March a cus of 60 out of the 104 bers of the Iowa legislature Judge W. S. Kenyon was nominated as the Republican party candidate for United States to succeed tor Of the 44 absentees for Kenyon hitherto which was not broken Tho who Save been voting for Judge B. did not sign the caucus call or participate in the On the only ballot Kenyon received 63 a majority of all Republican members In the and Judge Deemer received One vote was cast for Speaker Judge Kenyon has been nominated to succeed Senator and he takes the place of Lafayette who was appointed to serve by governor until an election took Record of the The new nominee for senator from William S. was born at June 10, 1869, after be- ing graduated from at he was admitted to the bar in He served two terms as public prosecutor of Webster two terms as judge of the judicial district of and then became general counsel of the Illinois Central He was appointed an assistant to the Attorney General of the United States March 14, 1910, and took part In many Important of Young in New New March portrait by Velasquez Is among the latest ar- in the art world in this It became known today that there is now in the New York custom house a painting Identified as Portrait of a Young by It was reported that has been purchased by a local but no Information on that subject could be ob- from any one connected with that COSTS TO WIN Player Reaps Valueless NEW TWIST TO OLD TRICK 100 CLAIM HER Los Angeles Woman Left No Will and No Known Los March 100 scattered all over the have filed claims in superior court to shares of the estate of Matilda who died In Los Angeles on gust 21, 1908, leaving no will and no known A hearing was poned until May 9. Among the claimants Is -a group of eight some in Ireland and some in who trace their relationship through their Joseph of Bally an first cousin of Mr. Another alleged niece lives in and a group In claim to be and grand- Others who declare themselves cousins live In New Another group of 21 alleged cousins live in TOM L. JOHNSON Indirect Reports Less Encouraging Than Those of Former Mayor's Special to Tho Washington Post March Mayor Tom L. who suffered a relapse in his illness two weeks ago was reported tonight to be Despite statements irom some of the former mayor's close friends that he is In no immediate Indirect reports from the Johnson apartments are not so Mr. Johnson is suffering from cirrhosis of the F. W. SHERMAN Distant Relative of Vice President cumbs New March Winslow an employe of a brokerage firm where attaches said he was a relative of Vice President waa dead In bed at a hotel here Death had resulted from natural Percy found dead in j New is known to Vice President Sherman as a distant Money to Lend at 4, and 4 Per Cent. On real F. T. 190S Pa. av. K Called on to Show That He Have Paid Up Had He Man Puts Money in of Hotel Holds and Special to The Washington New March a told the police tonight that after he had been coaxed into a poker game In the Grand Union March 22, he won In chips and had then been robbed of in real On his the police arrested Frank who for the last six months has shared Mr. Gaffney's Mr. Shea said he and Mr. Gaffney had played poker with three and that if Mr. Gaffney lost thq strangers must it. According to Gaffney's none of the five players put up any the understanding being that it was a and that each man who bought chips was able to make good for Mr. Gaffney's winning amounted to he at the time the game broke Asked to Show The complainant said the three strangers then proposed that he show as proof that had he lost that much he would have been able to He says he produced two bills and one and that one of the strangers placed In an envelope and proposed that the manager of the hotel hold both en- while he went out to get with which to make equal to that of Mr. Mr. Gaffney he acceded to and that a man who was introduced as the manager of the but he has since had no connection with the took charge of the While he had them another dis- pute arose and he handed them When Mr. Gaffney left the hotel ex- the envelope which had been handed to Instead of he says it three nicely cut of The police are looking for the three strangers arid for the man who the manager of the LAUGHTER ENDS IN Stricken With Man Falls Dead in Special to The Washington New March in the front row of the second balcony at a ater in the a man laughed so heartily at an act tonight that he was seized with apoplexy and fell from his There was some excitement in the but the man was removed to an the being given that he had Dr. who was found that the man was Papers found in his possession indicated that the man was William B. 54 years of East 125th Women on Verge of Panic at Memorial 30 TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Girl Tells District Attorney of tile to Laughter the Only Response to Her Alarm of Telephoned to Hinth Floor of Asch Ad- mits He Fled Without Waiting to Try to Save Others in Doomed They Would Follow American Loses Special Cable to The Washington Monte March report losses in the recent in the Hotel One is said to have lost jewelry valued at New March women were removed late tonight from a mass meeting in Grand Central Palace for the victims of the ington place suffering so terribly from hysteria that ambulance surgeons were called to attend and to re- move some to the It looked for a few minutes as if a panic were There were about persons at the mostly many of whom had lost friends or relatives through the and whose nerves were unstrung by the recitals of the Manifestations of hysteria began shortly after the Jacob asked the audience to stand ap in silence for one minute as a tribute to the After this interval the chairman another A shriek arose from a woman in the middle of Others began to and another shriek from a woman on the The minute of silence seemed to have the nerves of nearly all the women and the whole audience became On Verge of Those who were not shrieking or bing were Many fainted and others rose from their seats to rush from the One woman on platform and about dozen women went into hysterical The chairman and speakers tried to re- store order without Policemen who had been detailed to the meeting darted about here and there and headed off the panicky at told the district ney that nrp given by a writing machine girls tin the ninth and followed with this Laughter greeted her at the other end of the she In a moment more she ran and made good her Four more bodies were identified leaving but sixteen now It is proposed to take of most of the 143 victims through the streets of the city Monday In a. great funeral headed by a chorus of singers from the Jewish by the 600 viving employes of the Waist and as many sympathizing workers as can be induced to It is suggested that the procession pass from the morgue the Washington place where the fire occurred The relief fund is nearly Before Fire Marshal a machinist named Greenspan testified that when he ran from his post on the ninth as the swept through the the doors swung open to his contrary to the marshal's belief that they were locked and Greenspan said he escaped by the girls grasped his garments as he was too he aid Fled From Greenspan testified that he was always the last to leave the floor at and that just before those on the ninth floor knew of the fire the bell for knocking off work rang the girls had started for the dressing He also went in to wash up after shutting off the power from the and when he came out he saw flames coming up from the back In two he it seemed as though the flames were ing up past the windows from the floor all sides of the the he to hang on to me and cried that they were and for me to save I tooi it as I did not think Jien there was much I ran over to the Washington place The door was unlocked and 1 pun eel it but there was such a rush of flames up and I shut it Then I ran over to the stairs to Greene street side and went up to the Moor from there to the 'A great many girls followed me through the but how many I don't try to help the asked the the girls hanging on the smoke waa coming so thick that they could not see each When I reached roof I Girls Lost Their The pile of bodies on the ninth In the of Greenspan's would indicate that Lhe girls but that in the smoke many had become had run Into the partition of 'a room near the door and died Battalion Chief another gave it as his opinion that had any at- tempt been made to use the building's apparatus many lives would have been Chief Worth testified that j there apparatus in the ment which could have been used to save the people jumped one at he might have because the fire net would have held but they came down in four or at a and the net waa the spring breaking and the frame The men tried j CONTINUED ON INDEX TO TODAY'S Peace Cost Him Women Faint at Fire Fee 1200. Murphy Talks of Albany Chinese Attack City in Was Kind to Boy Calls Father Merger of Trade Bodies College Aid for the Horse Women In New for House Cannon Can Have President to Block Plan Graduation Cost Women Talk in Churches Objects to F Street CITY OPTION Ohio House Votes Dorm Measure by 60 to 56. March witnessed today the failure of another fort to amend the Rose county option law BO as to allow cities to vote separately on The house by a vote of SO to 56 the Fulton providing for the ex- emption of cities of or The vote was practically the same as that of February 21 on the Dean ex- empting both village's LA FOLLETTE IN 1912 Head of Progressive League Doubts Taft Will BARE CHANCE FOR COLONEL Country Is Says Senator and Man With the Right Will the Wilson Likely to Be Democratic Will Special to The Washington New March special from Boston to the New York Press The next presidential race will be be- tween Gov. Wilson of New Jersey and United States Robert H. Follette of United president National Progressive Be- publican in an interview at the City Club He admitted that Col Roosevelt Is on and that should he come forward with an adequate platform he might capture the Republican country is very he the man that comes forward with the right pills for the patient will unquestionably get the following of the Will Not Cause Split should not Taft be the replied the statesman from in none of his public utterances or has shown favor for the fundamentals of popular The only thing that could be possibly construed that way was in his letter of when he said he favored the election of senators by direct there any possibility that the tional Progressive Republican League bring about a split in the Republican my judgment the advocates of ular government will control of both Democratic and Republican If there is a new and third party Jt will be made up of the reactionary element of both the the sives of both parties will get the COUNT ACCUSED OF Claude de Brother-in-Law of Mrs. in. March Claude brother of the Duke de who married Mrs. Charles of M. van der an art and a man named who acted as a go-between in the sale of pearls by a dealer to the appeared in the correctional court today on a charge of swindling According to the Pfister proposed to Walter that he sell the Count Claude a pearl for which was unable to pay but would give paintings by old masters as Walter and sold the necklace for payable on April 15, 1910.1............... Walter alleges he found that the tures did not belong to the De Choiseul but had been sold to the count by Van der He says the vases were worth only Walter claims that the count sold the necklace for As he was not paid at the time specified he lodged complaint against the three The evidence today consisted of expert opinion as to the value of the pictures which the count gave for the Eight of these pictures were The experts refused to commit but agreed that the pictures were of considerable They include the original Countess of by peter KILLED FOR Chinese Reported at Gates of Capital of DEFENDED BY Agitation Is Spreading in Natives Resent Action of in Submitting to Demands of to the Delivered to Foreign Expresses Hope That Will Keep Treaty St. March was re- ported tonight that the Chinese had rounded and were attacking capital of the Amur on the Amur in Asiatic The rumor is without Is situated close to It is cholera and some trouble has arisen recently between the Russians and Chinese over the epi- demic and quarantine This was unsuccessfully attacked by the Chinese In 1900 during the Boxer Resented by the March action of China in submitting to the Russian de- mands Is being resented by the In the central and southern provinces the agitators are despite the censorship and official March Russian delivered this recognizes China's note of Monday as a complete acceptance of the principles on which Russia's demands of February 16 were It declares the Chinese attitude is now .In conformity with the treaty and expresses the hope that China in the will strictly observe Ita treaty obligations In order to strengthen the friendly relations of the two ALBANIAN RISING to Join Special to March uprising In Albania is The initial cesses of the rebels have encouraged tha other and as a result the revolt Is One of the most serious tors in the situation is the cooperation of the Moslems and Catholics in Heretofore they have been It Is reported here that the Albanian town of Scutari has Joined the revolt It is evident that the government is ed by the situation and is using every energy to dispatch Shefket sha has been placed in Owing to suspicions here that the have been aiding the the Turkish minister at Cetinje has instructed to ask Montenegro to observe the laws of There is every prospect of a severe and arduous CAR WRECKS AVIATOR'S Hamilton's Party Taken Unhurt From Machine on Top of Special to Tho Washington New March luck that has carried Charles K. the daring through many dangerous situations clung to him this afternoon when his high-powered purchased this upon his re- turn from was wrecked by an electric train near this accompanied by his Mrs. J. B. and his was returning from Hartford to his home in New As he approached a ing a fast electric train swung around a sharp Hamilton turned his car sharply and proceeded parallel with the tracks a short when hla car be- came wedged between a and the upsetting the The train tore off the two wheels of the auto- mobile and left it a complete wreck on top of the Hamilton was unhurt and the women were suffering from nothing more than nervous shock when were removed from the NEW COURSE FOR NAVAL Summer Conference at Will Be R. March ments have been completed for a new course of Instruction for officers at tho Naval War College to open about June 1 and continue throughout the will not take the place of the annual which will be continued until early Jn The naval general of which Admiral Dewey is will move from Washington to the Naval War Col- SHE RUFFLES Argument About Meat Ends With Knife in Man's March argument M j to quality of a tonight j suited in the killing of Joseph Arbur Adam K was irig a steak to The latter con- tended that the steak was The men finally came and during the scuffle a butcher knife and plunged it through killing him j Beckman was Miss Denunciation of Cause At 111., March eyes and Indignant tosses of the head from time to time evidenced displeasure of Mrs. Catherine Waugh Miss Harriet arrd other suffragette leaders as they listened the address Of Miss Phoebe of p. in the hall of representatives Couzins denounced equal and votes for She declared that the entrance women into politics has net been productive of good 2 Columbia to f 1.
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