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V Wid J Hues Ff onteEast - Add k to Color in Streets XT - r Vf T ROYAL PAEXY RETURNStTODAY - s - fc - 1 S King and Queen Face ExaQtingROundof Social Duttes - PremierHsquiths Guests to Witness Two - PIaysBril - 1 llant Dinner to Be GivenXat - Foreign the overseas premlersandf - representatlves Day ofspeclal intercession fortte King and the nation TheDufcefqfjCSnnaugty gives - a dinner at St Jamei palace 1 t JuneC Coronation jdayP - - Juna RoyaWprcSressltbroughf South LondonL i VA I - The - TInlted 4 states batfleshiprpelaware en route io Splthead to arepresent America at the coronationforKing Oeorge to day signaled Boltpeadthe - sQuthempiosf point ffojrf y - W ft x 4 Y - II - t - J 1 Heelected President of 7IntefhationaL As - sociation of Police Chiefs r - 5 Chester N YJune J6 The Interna - fc Rochester Officer by Sir Edward Grey - hlonal Association of APoifee Chiefs at - vVv 1 this momtagssesslonjotHheconvention T y - - - r I rT London June 16 London prentfr an exchanging pageant tolhe sightseeing populace The bright eolorlnff othe - street decoratltms is now heightened by vivid patches of Kastern tints in the garb of the coronation isltors who are - ar rlvins In auick succession Sultans rajahs Chinese and Abyssinian I delegates with their ladies m picturesque national costumes everywhere are to be eeen 5 j Today there Jwas a eddlng of a Rus - - Xian rimnetltnr nt fhfi horsftBhOIV Whkh CC ftaVcelebratedin Russian stjletbe bridal - party drhing Through the streets in a tiroshky with a typical Russian coach - nan padded to enormous sfe giving George and Queen Mary wlll - re - turnttb london from Windsor tomorrow - ahdwHl remain here until July J The A intervening period pill be filled with an exacting round of engagements Premier JAsquith and Mrs Asquith will give a dlnner to their majesties in powning street on June 3n The entertainment will iiiclUde the presentation of two plays GeorifP Bernard Shaws The Man of Destiny and James M Barries The Twelve Pound Ijooh Dinner at Foreign Office Th Asquith residence is too small to accommodate a large party and thfre - fore Sir Edward Grey the foreign min - Jsjer will gie a dinner in honor of the Jting and queen at the foreign office June l 33 which will be one of the most brll - s Jfant functions of the season There i piobably will be 150 guests at the dinner including all the foreign princes and en - E voys to tffe coronation The foreign omca has the finest range of apartnftnts in Tbndon and the preparations for the dinnerindicate an entertainment of regal ryn8gnincence i Tonights leading social event was a f coronation fancy costume ball at the r botanic gardens arranged by Lord Lonsdale In aid flf charity Thousands of persons attended but the brilliancy of the affair was spoiled by the heavy rata The illuminations in London on coronation night and the Friday night follow - f ing tv ill be on such a stupendous scale that the electric lighting companies have given notice that thev w i bevUnable to Bupply an more current than already has teen engaged List of Royal Engagements The list of rpyal engagements for coro nation week are as follows June 17 IS and 19 The royal repre - sentaties from foreign courts arrhq in London June 20 Special envojs and delegations elected the followinK officers President Maj4Richdrd Sylvester Washington P C flrst vlceTprsident MiChaei J - Regan Buffalo N - 5T - sedond ivice president Joseph M Qulglej RocbesterN Y and secreiarj - treasurer warvejc j rr Grand RapUa1 MIchJfl5SCv SAYS MELLOH IS VENGEFUL 5p - V LondoncrDeclarcsBankerWIshed Him to Spend NUM intell Pair Arrested itfNewprkWilligW nesses in Divorce Suit L n c 4 t Thirty Brave Officers Marchj 7m uitCaseParade e - m t l Svj - 5 CEEDIT FOBrDBIIIPDTCJiTHIEF Y - tUrj - r - i - - - v - - l i 1H jii Richard LuskeyWbxTIs Held atSizth rrecmcioiaoon ozucnarge 01 koo - binglLeatiier Goods Vore Roomed Aboyej Establishfient That Displayed ji C - Iv V - - JIi7 - A - vT - JP - s i - - 1 - - - VLVI - - VfeS - 4 i - tt - 4 - 4 7 When the police yesterday fternoott begaVtp collect liie suit cases alleged Io have been jtolen by Richard Luskey from thj trunk establlshmdnt of Herman Son A - 605 - Seventh - tstreet northwest DIUD BAKBR - On Friday June IS 191T CATH - LRINE lVirRKNZI BAKER Funeral from 1732 - Pennsylvania avenue northwest on Monday June 19 at 10 a m BUTTON Suddenly on Friday June 16 Mil at aAoio m at Providence Hospital GRACE SPENCER youngust daughter of Robert U and Eflle D Dutton of Washington Gjcyc Md aged fe jeais Interment private Baltimore papers please copj JONES - Beparted this life on Thursday June 15 - 1911 at 1130 oclock at the residence of her daughter Mrs Mary Lv Fisher 37 F street northwerst Mrs MARTHA JONES mother of George w and Minnie Jones and Mrs Florence L Moon Funeral from Metropolitan A M E Church M street between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets on Sunday J June is at i s m ArcCABE On Friday afternoon June 16 1911 OWEN McCABE aged eighty - five years Funeral fronj the residence pf his daughter Mis Robert J Wjnne 915 Rhode Island avenue northwest on Monday June 19 at 930 a m solemn requiem mass at tne unurcn or me immaculate Conception at 10 oclock tNTORRIS - On Friday June 16 191L at 715 a m at 714 D street southwest Mrs LOUISA LONGACRE NORRIS aged seventy - one years Funeral private Wilmington Del papers please copy New Tork June 16 - Capt W L Kirkbride and George - Albert Curphey the tp young Englishmen who were arrests ed her last night charged with obi ptructing Justice will fight extradition to Pittsburg where their testimony in the divprcesult brought by Andrew W Mellon the banker against his wife is desired When they were arraigned today their counsel characterized their urst as pure vindlctiveness and anhunced that arrangements for ii hearing before Gov Dix to be held within jthe next few das are being made Bail as fixed at 2500 and further proceeding here were adt journed until July 14 Curpheyr who is named as corespondent by Mcltoh talked freely after the hearing He said he had f orrie to America Qluntarily tolestifv and that he desired a public hearing Instead he found himself served when he arrhed In Pittsburg with a summons to private hearing He did not obeylt beVause he did not suppose It binding and because what he most wanted was an jjpentrlal but being in doubt Ije came hereto consult counsel His arrest follpwcd he said purely because Mellon wished tp force him to spend at least dheOnlght In a cell Mr Curphey saM that he did not meet Mrs Mellon until she Jjadbeen separated I irom ner nusDana ie seemea anxious to be named a codefendani inthb divorce proceedings Capt Kirkbride said he had known Mrs Mellon for years and thathe was prepared to testify that nothing improper had occurred that would justify the charges made by Mr Mellon c605 - Seventh - street northwest a asualobserverjVmight have Jumped tQ the cpncluslon that - Washingtons bravejdefenderBwereofrror a summer vacation - - r ifl - rXtUfW iFrorn everj section - of the v city that boasta a second handdealecame pollce - rnen carrjlng sultVacpes Spectators notVlnformed f In - police Jnattersmight have Imagined that1 June - Il had 1 been rrtLsU by Maj Sjlvestertasfin outing7 day ioji men J - Anauu resiueiiis uvmgm tIielcimty of the Sixth - precinct it was obvious that if the members of the force were going on leaye they hadalPbcen ordered tor report at that station house In reality however the policemen with suit cases were merely inose wno nau beeK detailed to colleBt hat had been stolen from the Seventh street store - by the alleged housebreaker Burglary Taught by Mail Policeman Canfield was patrolling his beat near John Marshall place and Penn sylvania avenue just at daylight yes terday morning when he saw three nrtn coining upthe street with suit cases Learn my system Burglary TaUgnt 3y Mail Canfield sayshe heard one of the men ay That was too much for tha vigilant Canfield He didnt watt u hearany more Three burglars sure he ejaculated He took them to the Sixth precinct police station According to the police Luskey roomed on the floor above the Seventh street leather goods establishment and paid a nightly islt to the store below his boa bl vH iMk mm r SenorpiUcatpoBonilla - Takel That AwJtyM His Order on - SpjloelnTaUlLCbalrvA H - N tS A - 5S S - ft o v - y 4 BemoansFateThat Makes Visit to CleTdandHomeImpossiDleWthout Attracting - Anayiof Reporters - rt Tt Ai i - P rViH V ft Special to Tfce yulliifgtoii FoitT Cleveland QhloJune l6 - rAn jempty in valid chalrwbeledy an attache of the Lake Shore station led the procession which accompanied John DA Rockefeller from the train t njs1 automobile when he artfved in Cleveland today VThe chair had ten wheeled - to the vtraln ior - Mrs Rockefeller - i LawyersTffust Drop t TechniaUties 1 Win PwinleTesnecL - HeSaVa Speciatto The W aablsgtoit Pob a Atlantic Clty1H Jiinb lsAaffera greete Govl1WJlsonaV the Vnnual ban - quet of BtheewJerseVstateBkr AssociaU UortlonighCThe lawyers rose to theifeeC fand also gave the Princeton yell The most striking excerpts from Govt Wil - j sons - address wetet y It tstrue that the legal profession as y a proiesion does not - enjoy ine conuaence t of the people - The legal uiofesslojvOf f lima ounxry na no undergone injsame change andr liberalizing efteft that - nas characterized ltsprogress In other countries You are too technical The community no longer regards You las legaffguldes sTh ambuSx of technt - fcantles iou have drawn aVpund - the cor - tporations Tnakes It Ticcessaryto incept 44 arastlo legislation to tear away thesnei and get at the heart If you - want to restore your profession j J J - Otv iBONILLA OPPOSES I0AN GIRLS BEMAININ CUSTODY Reduced BailStill Too High ior Alleged Assailants of Stokes New York June 16 For the fourth time since the shooting of W E D Stokes the millionaire horseman on June 7 Lillian Graham - and EtHel Conrad the show girl and the young Illustrator charged with the shooting were arraigned todaybefore Magistrate Freschi and their bail again reduced The amount was origlnallylset at 250Q0 but in subsequent arraignments it was cut to 15000 and today to 10008 Even this sum is prohibitive the girls counsel argued and the two probably will be kept prisoners until the hearing - set for June 19 Although Mr Stokes left the hospital yesterday he is still under the care of a physician at his country home in Long Branch N J His counsel emphatically denied today that Stokes had altered his determination to press - the charges against the girls ts doir taking with him as he left two sultcases each time The 101106 say that they have collected about 30 suitcases all of w hich have beenidentlfiedc by the management or the Se enthstfeet store aa having been stolen from that jlace Probably more will reach the station house today James Farley alias Felton and Christopher Judge the two - men arrested witi Luskey are being held by the police as accomplices MEXIGAN FINANCES GOOD Minister Madero Says Railroad Bond Interest Will Be Paid ExpectsImmediate Revival of Business Denial of Return to Free Coinage of Silver Mexico City June 16 Notwithstanding the losses incurred by the National Railways of Mexico during the revolution a dividend of 4 per cent on preferred LAWYER OREILLY RELEASED MARRIAGE AWD JEATJH NOTICES Incertrd In The Waahlngtba Post 111 upon application appear slmultaneottsl wlthoiil extra charie for clthtr la8ertla or tclcsraphlDf in mr tr all ef the following - Earned morning newi papers Cincinnati Enquirer Frovrdtnce Journal CleTeland Plain Dealer Syracuse Post - Standard Chlcaw Record - Herald 6t Paul Plnneer Prtsa Buffalo Courier Rochester Herald New Tork Tlmei SI LouU Republic Bsiton Globe r - ittsbufir Dispatch Philadelphia Public Ledger 1 y FUNERAL DIRECTORS J WILLIAM LEE Funeral Director And Btabalmer Livery In connection Commbdtoni Chapel and Modern Crematorium Modeit price 111 PanjuyWanla At K W Telephone MalaOUaV JOHN R WRIGHT CO Psneral Directors and Eajbalmera Ut7 in connection Uie ot iChapel on premlsei 1JS7 Tenth EtKW Telephone ftorth 47 Open flay and night R F HARVEYS SONS rUNERAL DIRECTORS AHD kEMBALMERl 1J25 FOURTEENTH ST NW Strictly Ftrat - ClaM Sarvice at Moderate Prlcea Commodloui Chapel - Telephone North 2St WM H ARDO CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS AJJD EMBALMER9 M H St J E - Modern Chapel Phone Lincoln UL Jxroli ClemenUTTheop Clements Jaaft elemental JAMBSXCLEMENTS S01JS PjTmpandEfflclent serrice Phona Wett 804 1MI - 4S Wlaconeln At TH0S S SERGE0Nr SUCCESSOR TOR SfCAIN lOlt Strenth Stj NWJ Telephono Main 1M Doubt Certificate Issued Following Conyiction as Agent in Theft New York June 16 A certificate of reasonable doubt was granted today to Daniel OReilly the criminal lawyer re cently convicted of corepoundingji felony and sentenced to five - months in the penitentiary Justice Erlanger fixed bail at J750O and It was readily furnished QReilly was convicted of acting asl gp - between in connection with the returnqf securities stolen from Aaron Bancroft an aged broker LICENSED TO MARRY But FonnerPfesident - Mif Honduraij Is Wottomotingra Revolution t Former ItesdentPoIIcarpo Bonllla of Honduras whose recent faiotements had arousedtheinteresttof gpvemmenfgents and othersWhDare abitanxious - about ihe - possibllttlesfof a disturbance In Central AmericaiTyesterday discoursed pleasantly andMliilofnaticajly about his visit to Washington v - a V - s HecametxtoopposertheIIonduran loan ftQv - iirKfif ift frriklvilmltterl Via conkideredVerriunJustlahut he stoutly disclaimed having anyr revolutionary ldasAftera weekors so in V ashing - ton he - will gotnKew Tork v where he has business JIand then4 will return to New Orleans tb becefmea consulting attorney - tJ r - V T S Further thanthishe declared there wis nothlngHo say - MARRIEDtlNJERSEYfClTY Lawyer in Department of Justice Weds Charleston WJJaGirU New York - June - 44James Howard Graves alawveKin the - Denartment of Justice atvrasTilngtonD Cfwas mar - rled to Frances vShrewsburyr of Charlestbij VvT JTa atnoon Thursday by the Rev A J - Meyer Iatv his home 305 York street Jersey City the couple went to the rectory wlthaparty of twelve irelatl es arid f riends and left Jersey City on a wedding trip after the ceremony J Announcement - of the1 marria ge of - Miss Frances C Shrewsbury of Charleston - W Va - to JamesMliwardr Graves assistant attorney of the Department of Justice was receh - cd - here with surprise t last night v VV Mr Qravta left for - iNewYorryosten - slbly - on a business trip Tuesdays On the same day MlsJShrewsbury accompanied by her brother left Washingtonfor the same destination f rJi - i Miss Shrewsbury Inherited a - large fortune from - relatives In West Virginia and Mr Grav es acted as her legal Tad - vlser durlngthe settlement f - the estate MAY - BUY LONDON PAPER William - Randolph Hearst a Said to Be - After - tne Morning Leader New - sYork JuneU6A special cable to the New York Times from London says In part Fleet - streetrJsagogOYeri therUrqor thatTVvilliam - RandolphHearetlsattlast about to Jmake - WsVentry - t int6 London dallyuJournailsmHisrplan according to thestorycufrptihereiis the purchase of the MqrnngtLea4ei5ahalf - penny radical paper TheewYorXTirne says locally When this dispatch from London was shown toCalebjMYanHammf managing - editor - of the - American tonight he said - - c Ihave no - information about this one Take thataTraywhlsperedMr Rock - eiener to yjeiTruman conaucioririicn kbe peeped from the car and saw ihe waiting chair I dont wantner to see It I can care for herr - Then Mr Bopkefeller entered the - carr and a minute laer emerged carrying his wlfef to lhejitatlonplatforrnThen care fully csuDDortinsrher he walked slnwJy to his automobile axi - feet rartner up tne fplatfornu K X J iri - I Bemoanlngthe fate thatmade it lm - posslble for him tovislt Cleveland wltli - out - attractmg newspaper reporters jio me railway station Mrockefeller declined to talk for publicationThc party ca not leave the private vcar until the strain on which he made the trip from Pocantico Hills N T wa7 almost Teady 4to pull out - f - vV - xL s Please TIeaJle gentlemen nleaded the richest man ln the world dont Question mel Please Tlease Then he added Why - xant be allowed to come home like an ordinary man W A - RuddMr Rockefellers Jbjother - m - law - sandH M Adamsan aiiacqeDi r oresiiiiii a me int ijRtriy at itha station jrandwhirled them to Forest Hill - In ajjautomoblle to trie confidence of the peeple you can do it In a single year by - following the method of simplicity The changfr can be wrought - hut if it is wrought - twithout your support jana assisianceii wm uei wrougnttq ypuraiscreaiv DIVORCE CASE STIRS STATE Fathers of Mr and Mr John Ban - - croft Jr Refuse to Talk Young Husbands Object in - Kaming Baby as Codefendant Said toBeto Keep t ItOutof Fortune A MRS JAMESARRESTS A MAID Wife ai ex - Postmaster General Her Own Policeman inNew York Theft - - - j Special to The Washington Post New York June 16 Mrs Thomas lu James wife of the former - Postmaster General and president of the Lincoln National Bank appeared at the 125th street station in ah automobile tonight with a iitKonpfwhnmVBrinwlshftfl1opkerl llnon the cnarge or granor larceny Tne prisoni er was Jennie jaryis coiorea Mrs James said that she had gone to the home - ofllJennle4Jarvis and brought her to thestatfon to be locked up on the charge of having stolen 75 in cash and dresses jewelry and lingerie totaling 158 In value from the Jameahome The negress was locked upv HIGH PRICESFOR OLD GEMS One Broocb at the Thynne Sale in London Brings 31000 Spef al to The Washington Poai 7 - Wilmington Del June x 16 Application of JohniBancroftjr for a divorce frpnhiswife Madeline du Pont Bancroft has f stirred Delaware - more fhah anything has done In years In the abt sence of the complainant and defendant the - former remaining at Mnerva Ny and f theyoung wife still beliig at Atlantic City there were no further developments in the affair today John Bancroft wealthy father oftha young hu5bandCerefuses to discuss - the case and Alfred I durPont multimillionaire father of the defendant went away tonight on - his steam yacht His destination is CherryvIstandl a tract 5 near Cambridge Mdthat hetowns HewasalsO reticent - - j This is theilrst time In Delaware litigation that an infant has been made a 1 codefendant - in f a divorce proceeding With the legitimacy of the child denied by the complainant The main purpose probably of the young husband Iriseek - lng to have the paternity of the infant declared to be other than hte own is trf prevent jt fromvbeing anhelro the Bancroft mjllionsrrf Mrs Bessie4 Gardner du sPont mother of Madelineandj divorced wife Of - Alfred I duPonth lives on Red Oak lane an exclusivesectionof thIsTfityi near both Madelines home aim jthe rhome of young Bancrofts parents Madeline - and her mother do not speak tfie daughter having taken sides with her father and his present wife who is nowlivlng in Paris The divorce cse will be - heard in September - - Paintings Also Bring Fair Returns 28875 BeingPaid for Raebums PortraitofMrs Johnson LS way jpr the ptherAiut I do nofbelieve la cVv Dafld U Thomson 21 and Margaret M Man nlng 18 Th Rev EugenAJ Connelly Owea G Bittalt ot JMtUbiirg - pa - irand Mar - gsret C Ctllen 30 ThclReT - WHliam J Carroll Howard B Johnson 22 and Violet B Colllson 21 ot Charlea county Md The Rv Clifton S Ehlere v James E Wllfman 27 and Bertha Phelps 21 both ot Bowie M4 The - Bey - John R Shannon QlarentR Nolan Zl and Lula V Rogers 19 The Rev Jame M Little Harry N Darrdw 27 and Harriet P Alhln 25 J Thfe R v Richard P Williams Chester HfraUh 28 and Blarr D Waters 27 The Rev SV Hj Greene a THOS A COSTELLO TOTCRAL DIRECTrjRXND EMB ALMER 12 II STREET NORTHEAST Phone East lliti Uverr - lnronectlon W R PUMBHREY SON - FTNERAL DIRECTQRSiAND EMBALMERS Chapel on premlaea Phone N 2050 15J1 14th SCNW Maryland llcenBeRbcltTllla phone 28 - K - THOS M HINDLE Undertaker and Embalmed Fifth and H nw Cremation arranged Phone Mv 557 FRANK GEIERS SONS UU SEVENTfi ST NW - Jtedern Chapel Telephone caU - North 621 W R SPEARE Undertaker and Embalmer 940FStreetW ETtrythlng Strictly Frt - 0asi 00 tha Ifoat Reasonable Terma FRANK A SPEARE Manigtr Phones Mais it0 and 42iU GEOPZURHbRST UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER rnnera Parlors SOI East CapJ tot St FUNERAL DESIGNS FUNERALtfESfGNS - O - Of Erery Description Moderately Price X l gude y 5 I214 V St NWV - rtotiaMN27 aiBaafBaiiiiMaHaaiiiajBBaaiBBMiiiBiiBaaHaMsBBBMaaiWainBNBaMaaiiaB - rfHONUMENTS - ii - te1 t RlONUtVBENTS - MAUSOLEUMS jr - Eralhon Booklet - v t MiiFALVEY r andEleTtstt stmts K W HEALTH OFFICE RECORD s S - f Birthi William and Angelina Imlbbh f Raymond M - and Myrtle Weaks Jy Joseph B and - Anna miman boy Xlba M and Edith W Edwards Joy v James L and EOe - M Smith - boy PercyA - and Margaret - J Davis glrU John J and Ieonl EColnsB6y jj - Samuel and Mary Goodmant flr v James E and Minnie K Plercev boy i - ii Edward Fand - Bertie - R Hensha - w boy - Emllio and Theodelinda Polumbo girl Thomas and Zaole Sheehahe boy Charles H and Elsie MfcaveU girl Robert W and Gertrude B Godfrey boy - Jsrmes Eand - Daisy Spoonef - girl George P - ahdt Jessie A BlaliemOre gtrt Charleaand Martha Lee boy WlUiamjA and Saltle Sessions boy William - and LudndaRTieeler girl Dennis and Mamie Buchanan boy Bmihuel an tirace Mack gJtrl - Henrv E a4v Mabel Wtntert boy Herbert E 2 koS Myrtle Wilson boy Augustus and Vane Lomax girl Louis and Lillian Bush girl - John - and Mallssa iSaunders girl Richard E and Ruth E Harris glrv Jacob and Agnes Smithy girl i Deaths Bdmond H Co an Washington Asylum Hospital 67 yeaisj r Howard Millerf 904 A at se 73 years Z Henry - A r Cranson - Sibley Hospital 62 years lfonrr Vollmer Jotomao River near Dlxey Lending a v 6 yearn - - - r Gottleitr Hellman 613 D jit nw 46 years Florence Louise Giovannoni 211 Jst rt it J8 months llattie C tooit moo oorcoran st nw7 a years Marv Dan 1412 Pierce plK years i - - TannleJrrlglitri I Henry Henderson 70 y ears Theodore L Buchanan GovenunenPHospital tor John Taylpr 3fl O St swrssjearsr stock will be paid as usual said Ernesto Madero the new minister of fjnanceto - day - In denslng a etory that the government proposed to selt Its stock in that company It is true he said that the railroads have suffered much by the paraly - zatlon of traffivand by the destruction of their branches During May alone the loss In earnings was more than 2000000 pesos when compared with May of last year and yet the financial condition is such that there will be no difficulty In meeting the interest on bonds1 r - Regarding the depreciation ofMeican bonds on foreign markets Mr Madero declared Quotations had been lowered but little and that only Jtemporarjlj The reserve funds of the government saldhe are such that the interest and amortization of the nationar debt can be maintained for many years Without mentioning all the reserve funds there Is on deposit tn the Bank of - England 1000000 pounds sterling which cbujdybe used any minute for the payment of - interest I believe that soon tnere will be experienced a revival of business that will be reflected at ihe end of the fiscal year in the statement of the national treasury v The new minister of finance denied that the government purposes to return to the free coinage of sllven pne drainon the treasury Is the payment of wages and rewards to former revolutionary troops Orders have been Issued by the war department to - Gen Qordlllo TEecuderq to leave Chihuahua on Sunday wlthaJthou - Sand men for VE1 paso and Lower California This wJH relieve a certain appear ance of Impatience on the Dart of the United States authorities relative 4o the passing of these troops through American territory Another body orfederals under Genfi Luque heroot OJinaga has been ordered to proceed to Sonorato assist in pacifying the Yaaut IndiansiJStlll another detachment will be sent to Coahulla With the same enthusiasm that characterized his first entry into the capital last week Francisco I Madero rt was weicomea oy an uunow uiranit wniajm BauUmg hiswifeTrlMrsFrancesVHard - on his return from a five - day trip through - L g appeared ln - courtdyesterday - leanfaEFora jtiey r Judge Ortfersr jMen Shall Haye Only SandwichesandWater Dnring Debate Denver ColoJunel6Adlet of lettuce sandwfehes vand water for the Jury in a caseJagainst DFrank Lemaster - charged with jworklni avconfldencep game has been ordered by Judge Hubert1 SKattuck TheLiemaster Jurora retired last - WednesdayWednesday olghtr Judge - GfeeJyW Whit - iord who jtrled the case was away yesterday and Judge Shattuck called the Jury - ln and serii - them back wlthanorder Special Cabl - to The WaahlngtoiiToBt JLondon June 16 A portion of the Thynne heirlooms and some other fine Jewels were soldat Christies today A brilliant brbpchvtormetl as two scrolls with cluster centers surmounted by three fine brilliants brought the best price of the sale J31000 A flne Oriental pearl unmounted weight 41 grains 900 a pearl necklace composed of five rows of 389 well - matched and graduated Ori ental pearls and with diamond snap of scroll design t set with five pearls 0500 a magnificent white brilliant mounted as a pendanC 11000 a pearl spray brooch set with 28pearls and a small diamond 9600pa pearl half - hoop ring 13500 an emerald and brilliant pendant 5000 a brilliant Jiecklace 6100 At the sale of pictures 28875 was brought by Sir H iRaeburns portrait of Mrs Johnston of Stralton The next best price 22050 - was realized for the Gainsborough portrait of Thomas Medlycott Watteaus Studies of Head3 of Two Toung Ladies brought 8240 another Watteau drawing Studies of Heads of Three IJegroes 6190 Gainsboroughs portrait of Lady Innes of Ipswich 18900 Raebums portrait of the Rev David Johnston 4200 Reynolds portrait of Lady Willoughby de Broke 7875 a portrait of Mrs Newbigging by Raeburn 15225 LargilllereV portrait of A Lady 8135 rA Toung Girl Praying by J B Creuze 6035 Raebums portrait of Thomas Mllles Rlddell 11025 a portrait of Mrs Kynnersley by Sir T a5 V - themselveswlthsadletofflandwichesani water WOUtDUSE - WHIPPINCRPOST Judge PughfSaysjSavere Punishment la - - WletledfdfWifelBeatersV In reprimanding HarrysHardman Jyes - terdayinTrolice xourt for beating jhis wife JudgeVPugh - said The hipping post might wellbereviyed forsuch men - aEU - youvrAs a weareroi nheajnited Btates uniformyou bHngdlsgraceupon the armyforsuch an act J - Judge Tugn nneafiiaramanzotioras JAIL FOR WIZAEl OF FINANCE sv v - F St Cor 13th c Furs StoredjanlnsuredHemdeleand Eepaira 55 4T Jrr W E haves had made recent jf or our Girls and Young JdissesL Ieartmentar5num - beivof different lots of diiessewfiichrwiir be oh satetodayC - Thesegoodsvere inadejby pur pvnmanufacturers and are up - to our regular standard as we will not even jrf - a ale off ergpods which are notabsolntely perfect ineveryrespectt fSpeyial lot of pisses Gplored Swiss - Dresses plain - gf otind vritli contrasting dota Skirts hayjdeepborder I J Lo - neckand short sleeves Mshcowith tofchbnlaceand black velvet iVi o 18 years Values 1500 Special 850 Misses- One and Two Piece Peter Thompson Suits made of - while linen with ted blueand white collars navnigemoienron sleeves ana tie ot rea or qiacK id id t 1 18 years t Value 1500 x Special 1060 Childrens Colored Dressesmade pfgoodquality percale in preffy plafd designs with pipings of contrasting color Also plain white with blue and white trimmings made with low neck and - short sleeves1 Full boxiplaited - skirts Sizes 6 - to 14 - years ValuesSOf Special 135 Qliildrens Golored Dresses made oLplinpercaleVin f - zJight and medium blue jind pink withiwhite lawn trim - Minings around yoke - and sleeveartAlsplawns with4white grundan colored dots - piped wih contrasting color lt Low neckand short sleeves Fullbos - plaited skirtsr y Sizes 6 st6 14s years 2 Values 200 Special 160 - h xy CKirdrens Colored Dresses made ofplain andj figured percale with pipingof contrasting colors in stripes and - plainmateriai High andloir neck withl6ng arid - short sleeVesVFulL plaited skirts Sizes 6 to - 14 years i - - T - Values L50 SpecialIOOr sfil iWm ft Mm KK3 rwl r SS iIrfVirLiLLawtence 8925 anortrait of Viscount TTJ IW Ti W - i4V HI OlA H - 1 IX of Viscount Brldport bythe same artist 5875 Heppners portrait of VkAdmIral Sir Samuel HoodfBart K Br ni550 and BIr J Reynolds portrait of Viscount Brldport 13650 TWOBOYSDISAPPEAE southern Mexico With Madero was Ambrosio Gigueroa trho once commanded 12000 men composing the lnsurreeto army of the - south and lyhose loyalty tMadero was one of the reasons for thetapid triumph of the revolution 1 f LAVA SETS F0EEST ABLAZE Smoke AroundMountGolima Volcano Cpveb uatryWitJiVastPalI Guadalajara Mexicopjune 16 - Forest fires adjacent to MoantSXolIma volcano are spreading The eruption continues to b a thrllllnK SDectacleTi particularly at night when thevftames mounts high intoj ine neavens - - - j JThtee large streamsof lava are flowing down the western slopes through thetwo old craters and a newonethathasbeen formed near theoJdapexjThe lava streams are setting t ftre loathe forests The smokaeovehr the country llkea palU The outbursCbf ashes waVnet - as great as on formfer - eruptlons - 7Sf5i - Earth tremblings4 contlnuftto be felt at yfteQuent intervals ThevarJhquakethat eruption threw down the magnificent tEedral in the - cltyotJColima an4 It la In a state of complete ruln - sjSys - 5 Bottles of To - Kalon j u LMnx i ms iAL - J UV J To - Kalon Claret isbestXor Claret t - JPunch raid Sangareen Because of its nuritv bbdv and Tlcl flaor - PUBLICMONEYMISSnra j i t sLne yam J Talk of Confiscatirig Estatesof Promf - Washlngtoa Asjhun Rovplfal rfTurA - - Z Douglas Attz June i According to atsforypuhllshed herein an JnvesUgaUon Js nowlunaep way ai iiermosmp Mexico by provisional officials wticn shows jthat the state1 treasury thereU short more thattf 1M0fl00vjlexicartr money former clerks are said tiy be - making confessions impllcatlnTthemseivea and mny others FormefGovrEouIs E Torres laiaidto have Jeftthe capital when the federals deserted carrying 409QO Mexican curr againstherHusbanfianct showed plainly the effects lofhlsxmieljtreatmentrf - - MrsHafdman - sa idjthat theyhadionly been marrIedpf6urtmonths and thather Husband had several times assaulted ther beforeSbutthatJsnehad refrained from complaint ibecausei she didr not wish o th DIAkBEACBisTviCrOVSPAIli - Former - Presidentof MexicotoProceed J w - - MN - st - - vis i - a to Bavref France i s Vigo - Spain1 June 16 Geniorfirio DlaPformeTPresldentof Mexico arrived in the - harbor today - dn the steamer Ypirahga on wlflchihe sailedv fromera Cruzr Mexico onMay The steamer anchored mrthe bay atS - SOro crock this mornfngAfterastopoffwothours thai vesse proceeaea to uorunna tspatn u Irom VVUGIBIUC vvjuonaa Viyuuuucu UU id HavrefGenDIa2fdld not land In Vigo or Corunnarso no unpleasant Incident oc - curredf - S sfi - z ypc Wireless Eeceiversbip Case NewiTojkj JaaejLl4liHlgatlonfbr the appointment of receivers for the United Wirelesa iTelegraph - TCompany pending or threatened iniweQty - two Btates wlu mark time until theNew York supreme court shall decide upon the v application for recervers3iefre according to a stlnu - latlon entered Into among counsel tar various stockholders atktodays hearing hTtbe Stitebourt t IV - One - Killed iGranaTjinkWxeck 1 Toronto yOnt June 16 The Internationa LlniJtejthGranATrunIs westbound f rorhrMontreal to Tofontb1 waide trailed Newcastle tonight James Wa - 1 Jilt CM - tafn OoAl1o - TWmA TO - instantly xuiea aevt wereHnjurBdrjr I A Returning Frqm BaJlfGame They Drpp From Parents Sight While returning to their homes after seeing aballTgameat Seventh street and Park road last evening twosmall boys Byron Dailey7 years old son of Mrvand Mrs B Daileyof 3536 Tenth street jiorth - westand William Keister8 years old of 545 Tenth street northwest mysteriously disappeared and despite the efforts of the police to locate them had not been found at ail early hour this morning - The parents of both children areprps - trated by theh disappearance The two boys - were in company wlth Mr Dahey father of onex of the - missing children During the game they remained with Mr Dalleyand were on their way home with him when the - IaHey5phild asked hi3 father to give8 him and his llttle companion some pennlesf - Dailey gave the children several pennieVeachj and they left him tobuy candy - He has not seen themalnce - t - 4 If A 5STIBGE0N ESHffPElT DEAD Naval Medical Of ficer - Was AboardjFji - J gatet Congress WhenIt WasSunk v Philadelphia Pa - June J6 Dr Edward Shlppen a retired surgeon of theUnited Btates navy died tonight at his country home - in Chestnut Hill a suhurb aged 86 years He was appobitedassistant surgeon In the navy in 184ft Hewas promoted tp surgeon In 1861 and fifteenyeara later was - made medical director Dr Shlppen saw service in all parts Of thet world and wis - aboard the frigate Congress when it was - rammed by the Merrtmaci tips foe tbx vacuum now Charles D Sheldon Sent to Prison by vJudge on Fraud Gharge at Montreal Montreal June 16 Guilty was the verdict f rendered today - In the case of Charles DSheldon charged wtthppro - priating to his - pwn use fundsr given Jilm by various clients for investments sentence of five years in the penitentiary was Imposed t - - s t The game in which be posed as an exponent v was what fs familiarly known In the world offlhance as ablind pool He guaranteed from 20 to 30 percent a month on his clients Investment His flrst clients were given large returns for their moneyjand became themselves great advertising factors for the supposed wizard pt finance f Hig departure on October 11 created consternation among his depositors a large part of whom were widows and peopleln straitened cir aimstances On March 27 he was arrested in Pittsburg and soon afterward was brought here to stand trial Brockton Mass June 16 Theman sentenced to imprisonment in Montreal today under the name of - Charles D Sheldon admitted to ihe police that his real name was Charles W Robinson Whle here Robinson conducted a stock hroKer - age business He disappeared In 1890 and almost simultaneously tiewasmaictea on charges of having forged - notes to the amount of about 200000 - V HER DIVOBiE PLEA Hf VEBSE - Woman Predict Starvationfor Spouse f if He Doesnt Remarry Special to The Washington Tost 7 St Loulsl June 16 Mrs Mamie Klenlen flrst met her future husband at the St Louis dog show In May1908 married him soon after andtin testifying yesterday in hei fjult for divorce - declared o8he hacf led a dogs llf e ever since After they were married she said he never worked Sha divorced hun after she had - given hlm3000 but when he came - to her flat - and fell on his knees begging a reconciliation her heart melted and they - were remarried During her testimony Mrs JKienlen handed the fol lowing to Judge Wurdeman - There - waa a num in Maplewooa - T Supportedbyjhlwlfe But one sa4 day ihe inrnedTWm downt She wag hla prop in life v 4r - NBut work tor him dotlrhaTe no charm V And tali no Jjills will pay - So he must get another wife - - 5 j - U Or he will starve some day E But If this gentleman so bold Would work asvwell aa play He would not need another wife - j JlTo buy 4lm bread today MflBMflHttaVHMHHBHaSHalalafHBHafiaHBHE1 wMafluMMMM MCISiSftHttaMaVHi auaaaaaaaaaiiiaaaaaaaaHHr - SHaaaaBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHH3iiiiSKQaB IHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaLiiiiiiHK i3l9aLiMaaiiiiiiiaaHaaflHMaH mWmWkiZiKB3m iHll9IIHaaaaaH POR BALE This magnificent country place situated oifthe siae - of the3IueRidge Mountains about threemiles fronf Prederiel - Mdj cotjtains i seven acreof land improved by a beautiful and r substantial house th sixteen rooms j hall 12 feetwide and33 feet long f modern jsanitary plumbing andeleetric light jjstation - lary Waahstands in bedrooms Spacious lawns covered with shade freesFine outlook over the surnraiiding country - v j v The Realty Securities Corporation NE Cor Charles and Lexington Sts J t 7BALTIM0REMD We solicit nqutrles for all kinds of property in the city suburbs and State J Wetoake afapeclaltyofFarms and Suburban Building Lots burned as launch1 blazes Harold Vanderbilt Severely Injured in Accident at JRed Top Conn vRed Top - Conn June 16 The launch Vaerrant owned bv Harold Vahdprhllt son of - W - K Vanderbilt rwhlchnvas fc moorea lUesme ine nouseDoat j onn iiar - vard was destroyed by fire this afternoon Mr Vanderhjlt was badly burned about the face1 andfhands - Thelaunch had beenvused by - Mr Van - derbil during his stay at the Harvard crew quarters This afternoonvhe tried to start the gasoline engine but it backfired and set the woodwork aWaze Mr Vanderbilt had to Jump overboard and the launch being free odrif ted to the government llghta short distance below - 4 The smajl government pier - was set aflrerbut ihls was quickly extinguished The lauriehdrirfedSuritilitstnick a snag and went down beforethe fire ignited the gasoline tank - Mr - yandEbilt reached shore easily and had his burns - dressed His halrand eyebrows were well singed and there are burns on arms and face SHOT AMIDICARHIYAL CROWD PREMIERLEESFROM PERSIA Americans Control of Finances Hastens aa DepartureTto Europe Teherant June 16 The passage by the national - eeuncil on June 13 of a bill giv ingWMorgaa Shuster the American treasurergeneral of Persia direct effective control of all the flnancIaT and finance operations of Persia - had a strange seqUel tonight hen MustoflHel - Mamallk the premleri quitted Teheran In extraordlnaryhaste ostensibly bound for Europe for the sakeof his health Ther action of the premier has excited derision It is attributed to his loss of the support of the national council and this reluctance to submit to the rigorous financial control which the council has directed - Seyeraf other passengers i roncvfrfiTn - hft munlelnal treftfinrv The fc vCoiitet C1oe TonlcRt estatefi nf Tnrrfia formerJ - VleA President vThlsfiS trie last day OfTbe - PostS Buro - Z t nan inntabt IT f K tficfAVtAn fn liAln uorrauana orner iormeromciais win oe vzy ZjA7trsvLzrcx r - Jiu confiscated as areault The Torres estate tiwj323FEl4 WhiskBroQms Give Way to aeaners - in r Ci B QPortersHandS - Snedal to TheWashlBgtoB Pplt1 2 thicagor June 16 tTheknight Of the ivroom hasbecome the - - knight of the vacuum cleaner onevery Pullman car on the Chicago urupgtoa ana umcy line - T - i - fThe whisk tbroom for anltary reasons has been relegated like other antiquated things to obscurity and the passengers Orders lOjOOOOOO Poundsof Dynamile The canal diggers xm the Isthmus expect to explpde 10000000 pounds of dynamite during the next year - in excavation work - The canal commission hasJust placed a contract for that - yast - Jfuantlty j Prices ranged iromvi2zs to 1382 a Hundred pounds President Greets SenqrrGama - Domicio da Gama the new Brazilian Ambassador wras presented to President Tnft - vesterdar at theWhite House He succeeds Joaquin Nabuco who died in Washington ome tme a i - y Last EnropeanContest Day The Posts greatEuropean contest closes today At - T midnight tonlghtall votes mnstbereeisteredorJmailedVstt that the euvel6peiwill bear todays postmark This Fire Chief Wounded by JealousHusband a at - nimtingion w va t Special toThe Wuhtagton Poet HuntimrttntwJW Va Junel6 - On a crowded carnival l ground tonight W W fchufchchlefof the Huntington Are department was shot and dangerously wounded by Henry TVatkins a salesman whaVas subsequently arrested The bullet passe4through Churchs left arm entered his side and lodgedJn his pleural cavity The shooting created a panic among the hundreds - of people on the midway T l watkms wife was standing near Church yheri the infuriated husband flred - v 1 shot to kill him and If X failed It ts no faultpf mine said Watklns after he had been arf estedWChurch has been running wltlnray wife for a long time I have triedj - fo break it jip other ways but they failed and iconcluded to break Ifcup wjtlna pistoL GIRL RANCHER SHOOTS SELF Formef Actress Trying Suicide - Fifth Time Declares Herself Failure Special to The Washington Post Los Angeles jCal June 16 Ranching is no builnessfor mer but it tookr five years to discover lt saldk Bessie TJch - enor 30 years lold of Lancaster when taken to theJIh - eceivingr hospital tonight suffering from a self - inflicted - iullet wound i i She and heryounger sister have been trying to raisa alfalfa yn a desert ranch 12 miles from Latfcaster She shot herself while Jn the Hotel Lancaster iir the presence of Harold S Jarrett a - f riend who earlier Hn Vthe day ha prey entd - her committing suicide - It was Tjer fifth jat - tempt V - 3 Miss Tichenor came west after ammne thestage Shesays shejsras born and reared in Newark J She wHI - recQver the doctors W t - FOILS PL 6TOFRoV ALISTS Spain Seizes Munitions of War and - ArrestsArrests Portuguese Leaders f VJHa Garcia Scalni4June 16 - 1Ad vices from Pontevedra state that the Spanish authorities stopped and seized1 atv the railroad jBtattontwo cars filled with - arms and - ammunition destined for theiise of Portuguese monarchists - v The supplies had been unloaded from a German steamer here and forwarded by rail on the strength of the shippers affidavit that they - consisted - of machinery i Madrid Juner 16 Portugal has formally requested Spain to take measures to put an end to the conspiracies against Portugal hatched in this countrybyiPor - ruguese rerugees - As a consequence this government it is reported has ordered the arrest of leaders lof the Portuguese royalist forces i Lisbon June 16 Theovernments efforts to crush thereportedjroyalistymove - ments continue frodayDn AbePCanipos a retired general - of the Portuguese army and Sahjanha Gama theMJgueist leader were arrested charged with conspiracy against the repvublJcv f A newspaperjhere publishes Jhe statement that an important monarchist agency has been unearthed iri Lisbon Which was declared tobave 10000000 to be used In an attempt to restore the monarchy Jn Portugal t 4 - j - DIE AFTER PISTOLTHTEL Railroad Detective and His lAntagonisf Snccumbin DunkirVN Dunkirk N Y June 16 A man El - Ing his name as Harry Brown - 23of New York cltywasjound by the poUce Ih a field - near Dunkirk ear Jytodayjwith a bullet hole through his stomach - And tanother through his head f He was Drougnt to a npspital here where he djed tonight after admitting that he was themanwho shotand killed Detective - Jrfrtln Peters of heLake Shore - Railroad Jasf plghL JPeters waslnthe railroad yards looking for car thieves v Brown waateallng a ride on a freight train and Peters attempted to arrest hhn Brown1 resisted and shots were exchanged f m m ji m Moveaentsof Ocean - - Steamers Cherbourg Amejlka IromNeir Trork tor dam - burg r A t Plymouth PotsdmfromNewT9rtrtorRioffer - 4 - i REP6BTEDA Slaaconset - KaGeritt August Victoria from - i k jOrdet your While - you are away on yourva - cationfyou can do ypur gift-shopping by mall lust as - well as If you were on tneJSpoio maiwyour own selections - f r - At Let - us know what article joa want together withCthe price yoa wlsh - to - pay and - ourmall order department wlLl attendee - the j - eatt btwmnanaVjnnyi J - - JI 1ft i TO - KALON WINE GD ass SSSrigs KSiSaaa - l - M liSSSsSas - iiArriVVJ Th lssUmated to be valued at J1200Qfr3O SLKdS willsall - fwrop ThI hereaftelLfeela vacnum thrill as Sveiop6lWlU bear todays postmark This slaconaet - XaGrittAuguste Victoria from SmnhjndVSmmiZL j TZL 1405 TSt NcWt iSSSS Mexican and the Cotra estate is1 much content onTMillVopen - untll Tfoclock thnew device hvtheMiandsjjf theporter to yQurlast chance - to assist arienoVwin Hamburg iof - CrTWfcWniwck rtjwt K jit - 4 Stof - Jf - KS98l oto i y iiunlsht to rSeivevotesf alreatbea JnU the dustrf trayei 7 ei ttUwSJW ttita - - - urtii g v - i - W - w - -

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