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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1911.
llrk. Monday afternoon aha
and bih! "Mil) snrl
thlnfl the said the would
'Tuesday nmrnl:, she left home, sir
ing the ni fin to do Mint itatp.
pin. Illl won a nhitr straw h.it
trimmed with daiai"i and carflH
illttr mean baa. We nsur aaw her
Tha ntother said Ann' ha.1 never
bean lo lrvlnatoti before anil ll 1
not Imagine anat had toldnd tha atM
lo that place. It Is aaaumod thai she
tnttdi what ahe thought a atari fof
fiulllvtn County and In her un famili
arity with the " rap si hi countri
outside New for Cl y found htraalf
In Irvlngion with Ui treat nut tlott
The girl ass n In IrvlnftOfl at IIS
o'ClsoU by rfoatlt Hraily of tho police
force. At 4.3U ahe ana Man 10
tha r.ii Hack fr rn ihd Irtlnfton
station '. ,'i . .... a . .. ' lit
fat waa employ mi on me of '. la a slates
that Una the llror bBk ml It i o. n
i tierauea na of t)i
A tang of ftllr laal w irkv Ml miW l.tr i
at 4 41 n'rln.k tilting n ll Its '',-..,, .. , ... ,
leading to the ltua I HnpHmt astute, ballaSted Morail S Aid I'll"
inn arparenny aaaiiina tor pomi out.
About half an hour l iter the mtttlbtrt
of Uie crew iaf a jn-ssltiat tialn hh
white straw hat trimmed with ililslt-s
i n ar on the HopHlM wharf. Thl girl
had Jumped Into the river unnliaerved.
HE HAD KNOWN BHEITHAUPT
FOR THREE YEARS.
Annie Elben lived In a veiy comfort
Ihlt apartment at No. Ml Kast Thir
tieth itraat wlm her father, Matthew,
bar mother nnd her aleter Mnrv. A sev
enteen-yeiir-old brother, Joe, ran away
three nointha ago, and after
months tha family got a letter rrorn him ( ,0.a,y b Jnhn A Topptaft now
that he had shipped aboard a Halting i ... . , . , .
EmmS at Hal. fas. Nova rot la. and of th 1'P1'0 Iron and Steel
Srua going to bo a aallor. They have I Ot a.pany'i board of dlractora Mr.
tot heard from him win e. I Topping waa a member of tba T. C.
Wj bln ""V""J,", ",' ""'-land I syndicate, wbleh took over tha
haupt had known her sister for three. TT
aare. He make, a spe. la.ty of crayon PHOtrl 'n 1MT. be ansa they regarded
work, liy hla own e.ltnliaalona hla pro- It aa a rich Investment.
fi-salon waa not prolltalde and hla
fatjier. w no oonduoli tba ii.it and riabar
jlaahery business of BrettfttUPI liroa.,
wanteil him to wiirk In the a:ora.
"Ann!." aald Mary, ahowed mother
Arid me thi. letter ehe got ffon Hrel
aP In It bo ' 'i . woi iiave wic.
look for another alio v.' I IhrU Unit
ur Annie aa IB 1Mb aa being Jill. !
At Stern Hrother., where Annla T.lhenj
w ua employed at a walat draper, tha
Dewa of her death created alncere lor-
ow throughout ih. .real eatabllahment. I
he wni a general favorite and con-
dared very akllful in h"r line, i-.irtung .
om IS to I4 a weak. Ohartra Hubner,
anager of the department In which tha
rl waa employed, vi ahe told him
e wan not (Olni to leave town on her
eatlon, hut would remain at homo, i
v..,. a.u. ,. e.iin- n,r.iv. aa
hum of Mlaa' Klben. knew about her
tngagement and how Iht waa dlaap-1
Oolnted. Annlo had ahown a diamond 1
tngagement ring, which has not aa yat ,
fkrtlltl t MU Mt H t ArLAIiiS
BREAKING OF ENGAGEMENT
Mr. Braltnaupl, mothtr or the young
UM.iu in ine u.w, ! a pi.ii.iuie iiu.nir.a I
u,- ...... .i i..
whan Informed of th. tragedy hy au i
BTOninf World I OQtrlir
"I want It understood," she snld, "Ihit '
I tatoor tnnottd jut WtaTttsTt Ot WIIMtm
to Mlaa Blben. I never saw her but two
in- thres times. I knew she was
thoroughly good anC level headed K'"l
and aha waa very beautiful and anna- I
hla. The trouble With my son la that
he Is an artist and a Jfttlntt, He
doatn't know how It BMkt moioy. Ma
II unable lo suppm. himself, and cer-
lalnly ha could not support a capable .
biVJineca girl like Mies bit ben. who tst4t
t gfood saliiry for hersilf and MOtTOgj I
tha good tilings of life.
"Ireimer though he be. William knew
he would not be the proper huahand for
Mlaa Hut If ahe hud come '.o
me and h.id made n conndant of me 1
think my husband and I 001 1 have ar
ranged the marriage sut sfuctorlly. Hut
she held aloof fi om us because, doubt
leaa, aho waa ah and baahful.
"William worried over the hopeless
ness of his position until he got nervous
prostration. Wa sent him up to the
mountains for a rest. Hefore he atarted
1 aakad him what he waa going to do
about Annie. Hi aald he wan going It
write her a letter. My understanding is
that he told her be was not a lit man
to ba her huslaaml and d.d not want lo
stand any longer III tha w ay of nM to n -lying
some man who could niiikc money
and give her the comfortable home lo
which she waa entitled."
nrppAi, n T.i Aug s. -a n inn bar
of race horses In training, Uie properly
of 8. OOAford iV Bona. AnoottrtAin, N
If., were sold Kara lo-aiay ut public
auction. KoeksiUa brotNtM IMNa J.
Keaigraui. ihe i ui a., ..in turfman, being
tlw pun huaei'
FORT ERIE ENTRIES.
BACE TttACK. fowl Kllll.. i 'at. . Aug.
Tlis I-. - fur o.-aaurn.'. iium arc f . .lj. ,aa
YlBrT HACK Two i- el la, ellltii, I!, - n,l
s half nsrtoagt. oarloo, M6; IibuimiiI Hull r,
Itu. Oinallto. 108. Ti Mi It I, HIT, II. .
'.on Ladr Metlae. iwi Hey, Hwi Moaaleui X .
.On. U.ou. Uariot. I"0 Sa-lls e .,.Un, Its'
Yanks U'tua, lu. ls Mnv, llsi .11 i tin, l
- . 1 li,.. im. t It in
IMaOHU ItACa- Tin, i ..... ... la. aa lima . in.
f.ffliiiafft 'Port taMil, tai . boptai
Trltlv. KS1. Hold t sp.
ion. tkn, ID M..'n.
Kauiuoi. 1IC Villain..
1 . I'lanuleas CO .i .in
-oiiiik a 'H11....J
TZ 101. BM atras. 123
Widow, 1116. I'heiian. Its.; '.iklnsy H. , I in -
rhfihU 'lanUff lo4 T....I..U leld, 1 lit. l U
luent, 101, lUnrlniiuioii' HIT.
Tlil&ll KAI'E- IfWlir-rtai l,la sr. I urwsjil,
.slliua. sis fuikii-a. .iu I'iiata. ioj fjorlaf.
101. Juas W.. 11(1, Ins, int. ') Oa ui". lo..
ii. i.t IW 'Anus L, Datsf, It'S. Imj an..
I pi rwlla HOT- i. no
Kill HI II ll M I. Ilsudl. spi tlirte yaat
nils asd ssisi.'.;. ! Kdt. in: ll. t .,,
! 10. AldrtS'. 107 I . ma 1 Hi
FlFTil li i' a- I'"1' i.jt.'l. ail upwam If
ti.a; all f'tll'iiisa Malltlur, lull Hani
llli . r.i0ln.i l il-aui llu. .11.. ASM
'"."I vjaiin.'. Pr.i
.1 1 , MunT.w
if Wire. 110. -Kins ti
SAm. Ion. (Vain, i K
KIXTII live I. I'lirsi it ol I- and ll .. I
. llnif , nnlr au1 flu . - ' I . .
I rI,CIS Joa.ptt, It.t . '-,1 M... l. U.i Tllhl lUl
ldf; NaiaShtl la I 101
HKVKVTII KMT: I'm i.i.Hi i t i ,
mIIIus. mlaa ati.l a aia th S to, .1
'attive. loo, tcarua. lUTi I a M., i.e- . W Vh,,
II M 101 M. i sail un, la.; -i 100, i ,.,
AtS.ttlUis lllow.acf l fit. laJUti.U lalllirti.
Waalasr rluady. Trj.-a
What You Get
YOU spcr.d from fitly centi to $2 to
( o to a show.
YOU spend lroro fifty cents to nny
number 01 dollars for a day at Coney.
YOU spend purhapt tr.ore I ban you
can afford .'or u vacation.
To have a 00r1 1 ov.e of course. For
.'mutement, for ante rtiin mailt, It costs
lua.. otmiciiii.ca n l. v. im inr i ijdi .
otneti s not.
There it onttkanf thut it always
abtolutcly sure to MMIM and entertain
everyone. And that is mi O HENKY
Tin Evening World will publish a
rie of the lust and best of this greut
.vriter'a short '.tones I .. t.uinv. next
Read all of thxni. Th. J. is none
y-'U can afford to mitt.
STEEL TRUST GRAB
OF T.C.I. AFTER BIG
Topping Testifies 07,000,000
Cut in Plant Made It Dan
W AR ABROAD PLANNED.
Schley "to Save FlnnM He
Thought .Near Ruin.
The crest value of the Tennaaaee
Cnal and Iron t'ompsny, gobbled by
the 8!ee Truat In the panto of Ml,
wna sssrrtsd not mora before the
Commit toe on t'riltad
State llttL Silting In tha City Hull
Mr. Topping dearrliio.1 to the com
mittee the technical reaon why the T.
C and I. flelda, overlooked up to 190T,
by the .steel Truat, promlaed to pay big
dlvldiiida with inch a plant aa Mr. I..
ilanna. -vir. tierwind, .Mr. i oppmg
u, j sv dalen. Mr. C. S. Uuthrle and
athaa amwlaaiaat lawn and ateal men.
f t).ndlcat.. proceeded
lo matai. .,...
Topping told how tha 17.000.000
or improvement were pin into ine nam
tnaklng T. ( Ala lilK rnctor 01 me
aierl market and arouaing the I' lilted
siaie people to the danker of lt rivalry
. . . . .. .,. ,, ,.,
. ' ... r,.ni. in
" ' ' , Z, .
MB moliun ll HH moua n,m,..-
twice an much aa the year before. The
llgri llttll line had In an order for more
than ifo,OOU tona,.of steel ralla.
ABSORBED QUICKLY AFTER BIO
"And how long" naked Mr. Stanley,
"was it after ou got this big order from
Mr. H.irrlman liefoie T. C. I. was
., - u,, C....I l'..e
bought by too l ulled fatatet .stool Cor-
"Two or three months," aald Mr. Top-
Mr. Topping said that the ayndlcate
was coiiMdorlng competition with the
steel Trust ahioad llo did not know
whether tilt United Plates Htcel people
knew of Ihls ambition. He went to
l.enia Case Ledyard with Orant ll.
Behltf to help Mr. Schley persuade
,. Lodytful to urge J. Pi Morgan.
j p. Krlck snd Judge t.ary to have
tnn nteel Trust buy T. C. 1. "to save
Moore Ai Schley," who, as Mr. Schlny
admlllad etei-duy, were not In a
rrtilly critical lis.
"Mr. Schley aski .1 nm to aee Mr.
I.edyard a.i his friend," said the wit
ness. Mr. Schley had Impressed Mr.
i Topping nllh tho Idea that Moure A
i Schley were on the brink of ruin. He
J saw ho good reason for Milling.
"p. no n..t your company pay mO nun
la year tribute lo tho Steel Corporation
; for tha privilege of doing business In
the northern holds, imld in ths form of
extortionate freight rutesT" demanded
1 Mr. Stanley, taking a new tack.
RAILROAD RATES CAME BACK
TO STEEL TREASURY.
II. A. Ileed of the Steel Corporation's
i counsel quickly objected against the
I qualification! ol me wltnttt to discuss
.Height rates. The objection was over-
tilled, but Mr. Topping tsUO the iii
tlon was too big for MM, The rules
weir fir tOO high. Unit was til
The Steel coipotatlon could laaHy af
ford to pay an tKetatlva rat- over Its
own rallrotd, Mr Topping said, so long
us the cxi en returned Into the treasury
as rnllroiti dividends.
"Hul If." Intlltld Mr. Stiinlcy. "prices
oi' Rtotl should fall unlit the freight rata
thOUld dattrnlni whether or not the
independent coinpttnv llould go out of
builnesi that would you complain ?"
'Such a condition would bo u attinu
lant," anld the wltnotti who explained
thai as milt ..ids were the best cus
tomers of the steel companies, there
wera "reciprocal rtttOM" for kceplnj;
Judll Btrtlttl ltd Mr Iteall of Texas
asked about Hie cessation of Judge
Otry'i inviiitions to Mr, Topping It
steel Ittts heons.
i ut, w - .1.1 i us w ,. pais ti ,
.aid Ml Topping, when s.-kul If there
was hard fielinx betiveen himself and
Judge Oarv sin. May :, mil. The
Congresiiiiien inllinuted thai Mr. Top
pings Invttltlon ceased wiien the lte-
publlo steui Oompani cut prlooi oa thti
"Was It not toe nnd. rs landing ut
these QtTy dinners Unit the o'dlgatloti
to abide by the declsi ins of IhOtt wlm
attended thent WtJ greater thtt tilOUtTh
t had been reduced to writing?" asked
The dinners were given, said Mr
Topping, to talk over the best lnt..r
ests of the Steel Industry "In Us inan-
aiftcturlnp, tnancltl ami sociological
aspects." The MOIttltltt liuighed.
clari; Willlati... who Wtt BuptfUHond"
rnt of Ranks of Ihls Sluts during the
panic, wa. sulnoenaed to give teetl
inon? today ah mt the pnnl condition,
which were made an tKCUH to I'tesl
ilent Uoosevelt r-.r his sanction of ths
tbtorptlot of T, Ci I Into the United
Hi it . steel monopoly. Rlontrd Trlmblt
n' the T C and I. syndl ale ha 1 also
WAS "COURTEOUS" TO JUDGE
GARY IN TELLING OF CUT.
"Hid you UUorm Ji U ;e I ry if your
Intended cut In ... . .? I VI . Stan
"Aa a m i
1 - nmtpi could
m ' d J udge Hal Hell.
"No," i.M t.o wllWIlii '1 .Ion t want
.- 1 i yarnrntnl to ran my business. If
I did. I'd lose my Job."
Mr. I , ..It't know anything
about Ihe building of a world-vide trust
report ad during tin rtcani Bmtttii
Chtrlat M Schwab of the Rethleham
Hte 1 Oontpany and protege and part
ner of Andrew Carneale and J. P Mor-
gan In vurioua anterprlsea, has been
aubpoenaid by Ihe commltt.e to Jpp.ar
ONLY TWO JARS
OF COL WARING'S
Were In Three Receptacles on
Swinburne Island, it Appears
at Quarantine Inquiry.
O Kverett Mill of OftDItt N 3 , e
eoutor of fol. Warlng'i eitnte, waa
railed to the utand lo-iluy at the Quar
nn'.lne ItWMUlMitn, Ueferrlng ft the
aahi uf Col, Waring he aald:
'Thott aahea were received by me
fro ii Mt, Htltl or Mr. Yalea, Otl, War
ing' ttt-ln'ttV, in Auguat, ItiH- The
aahea arte delivered by my aecretary
to tha 1'nltel Htatea 'rettiatory Com
pnny at No. 63 Weal lloiiaton atreet.
Aug. .W They were placed In tilt 1'reeh
l'ond OrtmttOry and withdrawn Aug. It)
1900. They were taken to Htamford,
Conn , ant Interred In Woodlawn Cema
tary In that city."
"How many Jura were tharw?"
"If 1 lemeuiuer icrrei.tly thara wera
A photograph of three Jare which ap-
Dialtd n a tiewapap'r Aug
waa shown to Mr. 1111,
but ha coui.l
not Identify tha Jura.
.Mr Hill continued by aaylng.
Air. Warlnn died In nit apartment
In Hecond avenue. Ilia bily was taken
to Hwlnbuma Island. The aaliea were
delivered to the I nlted .States Crema
tory Aug. 9), IW. The United Htates
Crematory Couipnny had offered a
niche In their building for the ashes,
l.ut thttf offer was not accepted. Wo
acpiet ielr offer, however to store
Asked why the aahoa were removed
from the island, the wltneaa aald there
was no sentiment In ke.-ping ashes In a
business Institution. He was then asked
If he recoiled tha Inscription on the
Jiu-h and he aald he didn't.
"And the OBll' evidence you have that
the nahea were the nslies of Col War
lug wan the Inscription on the jr?"
Mr Hill replied that It was but that
h was assured by tha offlclala that
they were. Col. Warlng'a ashaa.
SIGNED BY FRANCE,
ENGLAifAND U. S.
(Continued from Firat rate.)
volves, whether honor, territory or
money, we shall have made a long step
forward by demonstrating that It
poaoiibie for two nntlotts at leaat It
eNlabllsh, aa between them, tha aame
system of due process of law that ex
lals between Individuals under a gov-
THUATY IN PARIS.
PARIS, Aug. 3. American Initiative
In unrestricted arbitration win crowned
to-day by the signing of a treaty of
permanent peace by the terms of which
Krance and the United Statea agree to
submit lo a neutral court all differ
ences that may arise botween tho two
governments, even though the dignity,
honor and vital Interests of either re
public may be Involved.
The ceremony of alllxlng the signature
to ths unprecedented document was
simplicity Itttlfi btf. nun Hud with a
solemnity It fill ted In the faces of those
who had the honor to take part. They
I mil at the Mini! try of l-'orelnu Affairs
III the nttlm of A. Mollald, Chief of the
Protocol, The treaty was sinned for
rrtntt by Jean Jules Jusscruud, the
Ut etii h Amhassa.', r to the United
ttltti and In the presence of Robert
BttOAi American Atnhussji' ir at l'arls,
Arthur BtlllyBlaU)Cbtrd, Secretary of
the American IJmbassy; Kuguno 1'lerre,
Secretary -iletierul of lite l'resldent of
the Krencli Chutnlier of Heputles, and
OtttOH Diiucihemrnt, Assistant Chief of
the PrOtOOOl, who officiated In the ub
at not of M. Milliard.
Won tie parly was complete M
Jualtrind ttttld himself at a desk and
oiict mors ctrefully rtttl the ptrch-
mint Then, taking from hla DOOkll
hia favorite pen, wliicli ha had used so
trtoutntly In trrtntTnt Iht Bntl phrtt.
Ink' of the tnteriiatluiial ptcl alllxed his
tune as the represeiiiuilve of Un
A few month! Inter tha JTTench dlplo-
unit iitcl Mr Hncin, who hud labored
togltber for weeks drafting the final
text, emerged from the room nnd smil
ingly announced to the t e,irehentutlvs
of toe press that tile munieiitous ducu
met.l htd been slMlied.
A copy of the treaty an algned will
be forWtrdttl Immidl.ltely to Wuah
linton In ex. ttattTt tot Iht OOpy aigneil
:tt the A tin rlcan csiiital this afternoon
by l'hllandsr C. Knox, the American
s . rat iry of State The llovernment
i ,i. delililtely drt hle.1 HtM to publish the
let! of tbl treaty until It has been
given out at Waihtngtun.
ENTRIES AT TORONTO.
DUPPBBIM ruin it Ac I tiuck. Tiilbiv
T.i. lint . Aiis 3 Tin euttlea for 1,1 nioi roat'a
r.. rs sr. aa follostl
PHUT HA I 1. tslllai; font and hall fur
I.MIga Tliarlu. O'HrilD, H'll. KiltchUt, 108, B.ll
I. .. s 'I..,. ,rli,.,. In I,, HroMU, Ills
1 .. 1. ajuera, 108, I Hike Hah).
.Nil UAtIK File fill .sa. M .a. DstloH,
l'H'. KllUliln. III'.'. Uarr VlilWr. Itl. J.iha A.,
II. In,,.. C'atM, 100. I'arh.la M lo;. fU
atiian nai, lou. City, loft, iu 1....1
nilHIiRACp" -..'leu . flte fnrt, uma te Ms).
101; tier ... lot- aarrlaamos, III: laakellt I'saar,
rMl'HTM IIMK Mill Ut aa.at.entb Qaoal I
.1 r. K.'.. II. hall, 11. Sfi, Mrf... lie liraclaii lUu 1,
.. iibsstn tt; liarnn, list, Pboroula, 09. luru ,
I' T 1 Ink, 105
I'HTH RACK KSIhr.. tin- (iiiliinga. I ha-a
tan, 1o7. tkituudn llu. Maa.lt Hill. 112. Ij.ly
II. nl iirg. llu. Cekirtlaaa, 116 l'auilv llaii.xv.
lltl; A. a asul, ll . . . ... 110, Jlau .Malta,
1 12 Tins liaw 118
SIXTH III' I satllati ail aa.1 a half fiat.
I'. . Illl in. 1 10 11 . 1 .. 1117
M.iulaanli.. 112. llrlaht Htat 108, Trier feudal,
UK. tan Ilea, lis. m. . .1 102; 1..I1 lltiuaat,
MKVBNTII HAiT: -Srllins, alt aed a half tut-
un aKaufaiau, til, tiayioou- Il.sitlat, lor. Cw-
waty, 110, 'Laaali. V0; Tlaca Jim, 107, taraaaaiu,
1 '? tVawlM.
Viaatlm d.ar. Track faaV
toast, ttittspai, -'i ueataaanas, too: ..t.ie
Admiral Togo Warmly Hails Us
By Wireless White Far From Port
On hoard the steamship l.usitnnin, off Xnnfueket, Aug.
3, via Witit9$ tO Av York:
"I am looking, forward with th ulninat plraHitra to my visit to your
groat country, nnd 1 would. Ilka to pxpr'ftB my gratitude to Mr. Taft
and hla Cabinet for the very cordlnl Invitation they haw tiold out to me,
and alao to the- Atnerl' an people for tlio very kind welcome of which
have been admired.
"It hat been one Of my great wlabea to vla.lt tlm United Statca. and
now that Hint wIhIi la to be gratified, I come In the nplrlt of a ItlldtM
and an anxlnua Inquirer tnxlotiB to aee all that your wonderful civiliza
tion baa to ghow, and alao to loam nom. thing of your marvelous progress
In telence, manufacture nnd commerce.
"I have no Idea aa jet aa to my programme. All that It being
Arranged for rue. I am Jimt leaving It in the hanla of the American
people, and I know that 1 ahull be well looked after.
"I havt Juat experienced tho time of my life In connection with the
coronation of King (ieorge Everywhere the hand of friendship has
been held out to me. I am looking forward to an equally food time
on my present visit. My heart Is filled with Kratltudo for the klndncst
of those responsible for this present Invitation."
STILL ON TRAIL
Explains His Criticism of Con
gressman and Declares He
Will Have More to Say.
CHIC A UOy Aug. S -William Jennings
llryan to-duy replied lo the crltldwn
if Representative Underwood, mavle In
the House yesterdy. by declarlnf ttint
the statements which Mr. Underwood
OF UNDERWOOD TO SHOWMURDER?
criticised were base.1 on n a-shlngton day to exhume the body of the inur
d.apatoh which tppttftil in utt tlnialut dered woman. It Is contended hv 'he
paper. "If that report Is Incorrect."
.aid Mr. llryan. "1 take It for granted
that Mr. Underwood will read the re
port Isefore the House and deny It."
"If this repent Is correct, I have noth
ing to withdraw. If It Is erroneous I
shall withdraw my criticism of Mr.
Underwood so far as It Is based on
his action In th.it particular case.
"Whatever the outcome In this par
ticular Inatance, I do not withdraw my
criticism of Mr. Underwood on other
occasions and I Intend to take early
opportunity to give him aomi other
things to discuss."
Mr. Bryan took full responsibility f -the
editorial which caused t lie stir In
Cotigres. end was quick to call for an
explh-lt denial by Mr. Underwood of the
report on which the editorial waa basest.
"Yes. I reud the report of Mr. Un
derwivod's speech In the morning pa
pers." slid Mr Bryan. 'The criticism
to which be refers Is oontulned In an
editorial whl-ll I wrote mVtllf."
"The ret'ort on which toe edllortsl
was based," continued Mr. llryan. "ap
pesre.1 Inst week after the House caucus
of July 2.V 1 am not sure of the exact
date, but It was not earlier than
Wednesday of last week and not later
than Sunday morning. The dispatch
from Washington said that Speaker
Clsj-k Offered a resolution a modifi
cation or n substitute for a resolution
by another member Instructing the
Ways and Means Committee to proceed
with the preparation of other bills.
The dispatch stated that Mr. Clark was
supported by a numbe- of members,
but that Represetatlves Underwood and
KiUgerukl li-d a fight ngulnst the res
olution nnd defeated It.
"The report also quoted Congressman
Kltchln as Insisting upon the Introduc
tion of a bill reducing the tariff upon
Iron and steel and quotes Mi Kltchln
as calling attention to Mr. Underwood's
holdings In the steel company and as
expressing the fear that In case of
failure to proceed with the reduction of
the tariff on Iron and steel auch failure
might be attributed to Mr Underwood's
Interests In the business My editorial
sin based upon Hits published report."
Mr. llryan was in the city OttWttn
trains and Is now on his way to lowt.
CREE'S TRIPLE PUT
M turner, ss
i I n doer. 2h.
S tilth, c.
UmiiltesoTiughlln ai'al M illen.
AMERICAN I.FM1UK PARK, NEW
YORK. Aug 3 The scol.d flgllt be
tween the I IIk). Inndi-t s and the UttTtiptt
began this aftenioon Btfott l'-.1""' 1 c.
Vatigh Wtt In Cut box for the Hllltopt
ind Ktltl took up the hulling Job for
Clevelnnd got away lo a good start
In the first Innlnx, but fulled to .cue.
Otuney walked, but w is out stesllns
second. llsen also walked only to be
put out by Jackson. Ltjolt :nglel to
the Uitleld, but was forced out hy Hall
In New Yolk half the Highlanders
got alter Pitcher Kaler and piled up a
lead of three runs. After Caldwell had
popped mil, Chase singled, llole mil
and went to third 011 Smith's bud throw.
Himphill walked and Cree sent both
runners home Wltn a loltli triple 10 cen
rt Alld 'laud KnlKht tiled to llraney
and Crte tcortd. Muguer was an eu.-
I tnniit Tell IrVhy she Weil Jhp.
BBATTbls Aug. 3,-Ina Porter
Uyeno, a former Mlnneamta aohool
tiacher. twenty veals old, who waa
married to a Japanese May 11, 1910, hoi
urkad Hi.' Buprrlor Court for a di crea
of (Iverta on UN around of cruelty and
Incompatibility. In ttia complaint ti a
whlti wife aaya she doi not know how
ahi "liappined to marry thi Japan.a."
Tlity llvad tofttiatr only tliveo daya.
OF MRS. BEATTIE
Claim Made That Wound on
Forehead Will Prove Woman
Was Hit Before Being Shot.
(special to Tltr Feniii World.)
RICHMOND, Vt, Aug. 3 -To deter
mine whether Mrs. Henry Clay Heattle
Jr. was felled by a blow previous to the
shot that killed her It wai proposed to-
State thnt a j.ostmortem will show that
the forehead of the woman was crushed
and that there was a bruise mi her right
cheek Whltfa will bear out tha theory of
the State that the woman waa knocked
seneless and then the shot fired that
elided her life. A decision will be
reached this evening ai to what action
will ba taken.
No detailed autopsy was performed on
the body and nt the Coroner's liujuest
the only modioli testimony given waa
by a physician who made only a auper
flclal examluatl n.
Mra. Owen, mo'hor of the murdered
woman, will light any plan to exhumi
the body of her daughter.
Life In Richmond Jail to-day palled on
Reulah lilnford, the seventeen-year-old
girl for love of whom the Common
wealth charges Henry Clay Beanie Jr.
murdered hla wife. For the first time
since she whs detained as a witness the
"Other Woman" to-dny was almost In
tears as she pleaded with her guards
to take her out for a few moments'
ride about the cltyi
A aeries of gifts of fruit, rand", maga
zines, newspapers and novels renewed
FORT ERIE FINISHES.
FIRST RAf'E-I'urw, 1100; two-year-olds;
five furlongs James liockery, 102
(Cordon), 12 lo 1, A to 1 and 3 to 1, won
by two lengths, (Hft, 9 fSohuttinger),
30 to 1, 12 to 1 und I to 1, second; Carry,
112 (MoCtbty), B to 2, even and 2 to ,
third. Time 1.01 2-6. The Rump. Sen
ator Sparks. Ixird Ixdghton, SeneKnm
blnn und Donald H. also ran and llnlsiied
BCONTJ n.V'E Purse IKX); two. year
olds; six furlongs Ociiro Court, 107
(QHatl), 20 to 1, 6 to 1 and 8 to t, won by
two lengths; Sherlock Holmes. 107 iKoer
nerl. 4 to a, 1 to 3 and out. second; York
shire Roy, 107 iMcCabey), 4 to 1. even
and 1 to 3, third. Time, 1,17 1-.'.. Anaugh
and Alameius also ran and finished as
THIRD HACK Purse 1600; three-ycur-olils
and upward, six furlofaffa
Lahore, 107 iMcl'tihayt, ti to 1, li In S
and I to 2, tlrst, Shannon, IN i Ken
nedy i, even. I to 2 an l out, second.
Ren Loyal, '.m iDiinni, ii to 1, 2 to 1
and tVtili third. Time, 1.16 1-5, L,ttle
Uiither. Tolly Levy also ran.
FOURTH RACIS Grand Canadian
Steeplechase: four-iear-olils snd up
ward St. Abe. 140 (Stylo). lo I
and out. II r I : Dr. Koch, 137 (Durpll),
7 to 2 end out, tacond, Time, 5.'i8 t"i
The Welkin fell and was remounted
and wus pulled up. Only three start
ers. FIFTH RACK Purtt BMDi three-year
olds and up; mile and seventy yaril,s -Kestlg.mohe,
118 iKennedyt, ti to I, 1 to 2
and out, won; S.iger, 107 (Loflui), 6 to 1,
s to I and out, second; Xlmhns, 112
ifilassi, 4 to 1, 4 to 6 and out, third.
Tims I 49 l-S. A-i-pltiu also ran.
FIRST RACK I'urse, 2i"; two-year-
Helling; flte-elghths of tt m!le-
Baritta fi (Bklrvan)! 2 to r, ami out.
won; Fanohittt, (" (Turniar), Mt to 1. 4
to ,,, second; Congt esaman .lames, MO
1 1 1 , 1 IT ut 11 11 1 , 1i to I, 4 to I, I to I, third.
Time 1.04. Charlie O'BHin, Frtnttt
Dean, Hetty Fuller, Huglile (Julnn and
Brail 1 also ran.
BRCOND RACK -Purse MM I two-year-clds;
selling; flve-elghths of a mile
Lady Etna, 107 (Dreyer). 2 to I. 3 to 2
and out. Brill Tetntiieralre, 109 .IV, Mttr-
ray)i 8 to 2, 4 to and 1 to 2, ttoond;
Coni Shoot. 101 (Howard). 6 to I, I to I
and even, third. Time, I "4 Dolly Mad
der. John A., Billiard Hall, S. liar Kouf,
Steven Haldwin. Wotiderw 01 ker and
carits Plmpeiiui also ran.
CIRCUIT TROT OFF AGAIN.
DfJJDTROrTi Mloh . Aug :t Rain to-day
cnuaed a ptaltpontmtnt of the tlraml
'Ircult trotting race- at the Slate Fair
Qrounda. It li l.roonhlo that the races
scheiliiled for to-duy will bt trotted to
morrow. Milk ttallou In Ilia llruaa.
The DtpMftniint of Rttlth will opin
Its tlisat ail... station ! I .. Urnna; ., t
0ne Hundred and Forty-ninth strut and
Urnjok avamui to-tay. Up 10 this lima
ths Hrona lin had only one Mhsr pun
m'.la itatlon that of thl New York
Diet Kitchin Association at No. &K3
CADDIE SUPPLY AT
More Than 100 Start
Annual in Southampton's
IHI V.VMCOCR goi.w OHflUNM,
SOUTHAMPTON, la I. Auk .-When
the play started to-day In the Hhlnnefoek
Hills flolf club's annual tournament
there were fully one hundred player!
ready to be sent off, a scoro more than
for several sonsons. There wari Mllstati in ih. ir.llatrlctin work which i
mnny In fact the caddie supply ran out.
The avernge ability of the entrants too
i. ,i!h f ka! , . . ,ylr .i! '
,.. n , o a. .T a a.
I blllp I arter. the Manhattan youth,
who ... a dark Mil cut such a swath In I
last year's tournament, proving th
. . i
runner-up. waj nnnny niiowea to atari
as he fell six weeks over age at which j
would-be contestants have been care
mi? narreo una lime. lie ".ayeu who
Hay Twyefort. another likely youngner.
somewh.it older, who Is his summer
OUlbmttl ut lit Idgeiiamptun. Other well
known players off early were John M.
Ward, tjeorge T, Hrokaw, James R.
Hyde, rilfford Dunning, James A. Tyng.
B. IV Merrl.im. It. II. Holllns Jr.. McKlm
Holllns, Ptrcy I'vne 2d. Owen Winston,
Mortimer Harnes, Wilter Tuckerman,
Max llehr. Charles U
U. A. Murdock
This year for the first time within
memory the qualifying Is hy l's Instead
of S's. as has been the case for a decade. .
Ilest score! follow: I -.v. . ra.,.. . .. ,. ,...'
K. V. Itogers. sirfnneco,-k Hills. Hi T.Z" Tu""' WW mail L p -u
C R. Ma l'onald. National. TS; Max .without division, provided "that caiidi
Uehr. Ill H. H Bottont, llaltusrol. Rl; da" ,,,r representative or rcp.eeenta
R. II. Schley. Ualtuarol, M; Uhlllp Car- ttTOt to be elected at large In any State
tr. Ilrlli-)nrnpton, SI; Reginald ( shall be nominated In the same man
RrOOtjt, Newport. S6, James A. Stlllman, , ner ai candidates for Governor unless
Harden '1ty, s;; sj. T King. Pnti
Frtnot, vs; (he'iter Crlawold, Sltlnne
COtk Hills. M; Kay Twyefort, Urldge
nampton, 11; William Ualeon. tloltus-
roi !2. ti. p. snow. Bhlnnttock Hllla,
yj; 3. C. Thaw, Pittsburg, Mi fjeorgo T.
l'rokaw. flarden City, sf; WoaOOtl Tuck
etnian, Washington, Hj James A Ting,
Raltusrol, S'2; I.. W. Colon, Knglewood.
S": 3. Ki Steele Jr., Easthnmpton, 4;
Kuler Potter. Shlnneeock Hills. HI; F.. U
De Forest. Mldl ind, 81; K II Knowlton.
riarden OUT, Mi U S. Sterns Jr., Yale.
88: C. O. Coakley, l.stluampton, 111. (
C Crecnway, Oanlen City, fc3. Fred
Sn.ire, Knir'.ewood, Sfl; K. M Harnes,
Knglewouil, 81; K K. aturKes. Manhat
tan, 84; A. C. Travis, Knglewood, f8;
It' ginald Fry, Shlnneeock Hills, 90; W.
W. Pell, Canoo Hrook, 81; J. Bordtn
llnrlmnn. Tuxedo, D2; C. V. Me-erole,
Knalewood, S7; Percy Pyne 3d, Prtnee.
ton, 8j; McKlm Holllns, Harvard, Ml
R. H. Stuart, F-urthampton. W; James
It Hyde, Hay Shore, 78; Harry R. Hol
lln.s Jr. Watt brook, S3: T. W. I.amont,
Shlmecoek Hills, 102; C. A. Corliss,
r-hlnnctxack Hills, M; A. T. Hrlce. Shin-
nttotk Hills. 3.
C. M. Amory, Kssex County, 88; Wal
ter Tuckerman Washington. 77: Krnest
Thomson Uarden City, 89: Owen Win
ston. Somerset Hi. Is. 80: R. P. Newman,
Waterhury, 82; F. A. Potts. I.akewood,
9"; iKinnld Crr, Rldgetield. 89; W. A.
Adrlance. Poughkeepsle, 93; John M.
Ward, Harden City, 7; U. A. Murdock,
hlnntOOOk Hills, 7I: J. S. Clark, Phlln
delphla, 81: S. K. De Foreat, Shlnneeock
Hllli, Mi Clifford Irunnlng. Nassau, 87,
I.ucien Tyng, Shlnneeock Hills, s. W
A. Kngoman, Nassau, 88; H. S. Jen
nings, Apawamls, 91; N. F. Uaflln, Rich
mond County. 92; C. M. Tyson, Shlnne
Oold Medal Card K. P. Rogen:
Out 6 6 4 4 3 6 3 8 f, 37
6 4 8 4 4 8 338
The C'loalnaT Prlrea.
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atucka aii-1 "f tit baUatN aa eatttiaftl with yea
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Special lor ihursday. the 3d
t itii vM ins iios
VK.HV lUOII I.IIAIIK AS.
Milt I l l H
IIOl Ol.tl t.H I'lllMI SOX
'I? t Ir 4 f w-sM Tec,h I
f; Y-l t C$S c,ean f
; 'a!'' fti TheWnrld'J M
,s 77. 77 'a " 3-. Deniif ri.-pBS
i'j. ijr;j 'tajj " 1 f---.uen:;'"ieJ gg
I'ark Koiv and I ortlandt silrrel atnres alien every rveiilna . null 11 ii'i lua k.
All uur aliiraas open Saturday raeulus ui.nl I I Civet.
If there anythlrt you like In
our favorlti Milk Ohocolate apeclali
youll nnd It hen. All
grouped In a carafttlly
t a 1 a c t d auortment
Amended Measure Gives Low
er Branch of Congress 433
Seats, an Addition of 42.
WASIUVflTON-. Aug. X The CoOgrtt.
Iona.1 It oappoi tlonmeni bill, providing
a Ilmiae of RtDf tltfltttlTtl membership
of 4.13. but with the HoHM provision
so amended ns to safeguard
f uongraa (tonal dla-
u,. niasa.ta. . '
' undo. take, and to Im- ,
m'n ,n" am l,l"nln"ll" method, on
eandldatcs for representative, at large. '
a r.uhern.Hi rial candidates, was
, BtnAtt to-duy without dl-
The measure will become effective In
leM ,han fwo yfaTf p,ago w
largely aaiured by a sentiment of eon-
otttlon It the House of Its right to reg-
lllB,e , own IiriI,t,tln affair.. The
House bill was easily put through. An
anienilment ly Senator Hoot of New
York to retain the present House mem
bership was quickly defeated.
The two amendments adopted were of.
fcred by Senator llurton of Ohio. The
one to prevent gerry tuainlerlng provide.)
that districts should be "composed of
contiguous and compact territory and
contain as nearly as practl able an
ri)U4 numher of Inhabitants." This
, .,rH,i kaa , .
therwlso provided b)' the laws of such
The dJspos.il of the reapportionment
bill leaves only one more set piece of
legislation on the Senate program tnt
The StatcJiood bill will be voted o:i Aug.
7. Senator! and represetitntlves are
hoping for adjournment by Aug. 12.
Papr I'laa U'atchea Storm.
HOME, Aug. 3. Pope Plus was still
better to-day and mueli enjoyed wit
nessing from I he window of his upart
ment a terrific storm that suddenly
hurst over the city. The wind und rain
lowered the temperature fifteen degrees
affording Immense relief. The Pontiff
received Cardinal Merry del Val. Mgr.
Dlsletl and Mgr. G. R. I.ugurl, AttlttOf
of the Il .ly office.
TAN, OLIVE and GRAY,
212-2H Sixth Ave., ,": '
Special (or I ri ay. the 4th
I III -.11 H V-al'llliltllV MA Il
ll ll lil liilMKlNN,
I'DI NO I'-.'N
t HOI DkATISt kliiiUi.
fill Mi BOS
54 BARCLAY Si
Co, VVaa!ll..aa..y "
29 CORTLANDT St
PARR ROW & NASSAU
- a! at efla fan Sark
3 20fi FiRoanvAav
Car fvttm It
147 NASSAU ST.
O Itthaujat SlS).
The peclfletl walrhi In aaoh liutanc In
cludes the cumulner.
I 8i2 Broadway, jy,.
ECZEMA ON HANDS
FOR THREE YEARS
Would Burn, Cause Terrible Itching
and Then Crack Open and Bleed.
After Using Cuticura Soap and
Ointment They Were Cured.
" I am very nur p!eacd with the MMI
Bop i and QntnMnl. 1 waa troublad a great
daal nth enema on n.v bttldl. They arould
burn and cause a terrlbla
Itching and then thev
would rrack open and
bleed. I. very unit I
WtUld put my hand! It
water I thought a knift
waa going through tbem,
thev were id lore. I nnd
after ualtig tha Cutkrura
Har and Ointment Ibtt
they hare h 'Iped ma a
treit deal, In fact they are cured.
"I fullered with them lor about thrat
Than. 1 went to several doctors for them,
ind they failed to halt me. I am very thank-
M lo say that the Cuticura Boap and Olnt-
gl cmr m9 , wollJ not Wlh0t
,nr of ,h, fullcra Soap and Ointment In
the house. I can assure you tins. I btve
ind will recommend the wonderful Cuttcurt
ffigtf--l iSliig- 'SSSPHff
Ward St., Hartford, Conn., April ft, Itll.
FOUND RBLIBP ONLY FROM
! CUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT
"Mr little girl when only t few weeks old
broke out on the top of her head and It be
came a solid scab. Then her cheeks became
taw and torn and after trying dlSertnt
remedies found relief only from using Cull
rura Soap and Ointment. II lasted tlx
months or more, but after a thorough treat
mrnt with the CutltUft Soap and Ointment
never had any return." (Signed) Mrs. W. S.
Owen. Yadkin College. If. C. May 30, Itll.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold through
out the world. Send to Potter Drug at Cntm.
i Corp , Dept. li-A, Boston, for a liberal sampli
I Of em h. post-Irtie, wiu ... -p. DOoa oa the i
Separate Class Rooms
One Small Tuition Fee
Unllmite j Number ol Lessons
in Every Course
. . ....r" Tlli UK W lltl ENROL . ,
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Ht-151 West Mth St.
Near BfttdtaV, H, Y titr.
Watch for our Hilt OFFER
in the Sundny and Kven
Liberal Credit Terms
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D. S. F. Mustard Relish
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