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BLAMED IN SENATE REPORT
' FOR LOSS OF THE TITANIC
9. Bruce Ismay Given Censure
and Capt. Smith Hit for Rush
of liner on Iceberg.
BRITISH BOARD LAX.
Insufficient Number of Life-
boats and Discipline of
Crew Other Points.
WASHINGTON. May 23. Capt.
atf th of the Titanic, who lost his life;
J. JJruoo Iatnay, President of the White
Mv Line and tiie British Board
of Trad, will come In for severe
artless. In the report ot the Senate
Qwunlttee on Commerce of the In
VMMgkUon Into the Titanic disaster.
Tlia" report has been framed largely
ofTSonator WiUlam Alden Smith of
oRcWsui, "who conducted the Investi
gation for a sub-committee, and will
W. sbmUUd to the. Senate next
Ji'Comlrilttee on 'Commerce took Up
fcsatVr-to-day in the 'way of recelv-
"nl, gvo roport of tho nub-commlttee
lm&wi1' be made the report of the
tanHhrtlee.' Csneure of Cpt Bmlth
'(slad on K!s failure to 'heed warnings
of' lei danger. The basis of crltlclim of
Mr. ismay hu not been disclosed. The
atrltleh Board of Trade la to be censured
for, fax Impectlon. Thfdlsclpllne of the
Tltablc's crew will also he attacked,
fjapt Lord ot the Callfornlan will
aware' la the. responsibility because of
failure to take necessary stops when
Mar the Titanic whose rocket signals
id distress were seen aboard the Cat
sfortuan. j Congress will be asked to reward
Cap4. Roatron of the rescue ship Car
aWkia, ?Tb roport will criticise tho lack of
4rHts and team aboard the Titanic, the
, Mtt miles an hour speed at tho tlnio
of the accident, the failure ot the strain.
s)Mb) company' to provide tho Tltahta
With (lasses tor the 'lookouts and with
torchlights, the failure to give general
warning to the passengers nfter the
vassal had struck nn ' o-mtx ultli on
IsriTtiot, estimated at tu combined force
ait the broadsides 1 1 a i-or uf the
largest runs used by tho navy, and tho
?hlte Star Line I'owpnny far Its
urse as to glvIiiR.cmt Information
on 'Monday of 'tho disaster.
lifUth' some modification, in view of the
tenement, It will crltlclso the Indlffer
(sKo'ot some of those on beard tlio lite-
i towara tnoso BirugBiiiis in mo
r In view of tho fact. w.ilch tho ovl-
bowed, that tho lifeboats, which
osuld have taken care of l.liii people,
stir carried 704.
fth report will advocato more life
boats, mom extensive wlrcles.1 apparatus
MsV other equipment. The committee
Will urge definite International under
standing looking to greater safety at
So. Two set speeches on tho disaster
Will follow the presentation 'of the report
a ait Tuesday. Senator Bmlth will make
asfeech on the saJect, and Senator
Rayrier of Maryland will dls:uss "the
lessons .taught Congress and the people
by 'the Titanic disaster."
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'Points in Senate Report Placing Blame
For Wreck of Titanic and Loss of Life.
Capt. Imlth or the TlUnlo, who lost nt Ufe In the ocean disaster, will
to censured for the rush of the giant llaer onto the iceberg which sank her.
JT.Varuce Ismay, Prso'.dent of tho VThlU Star line, will oome In for crlU
joaa in oonnectlon with the wreok.
f The British Board of Trade Is hit on the score of lax Inspection of ooeaa
Users that permitted the TlUnlo to sail Insufficiently equipped with llfs-
'Censure of the White tar lino will ho based on tho raportad lack of
sWtUa aboard the Tltaalo and lax discipline of the crow.
' ,The lnuiaerence of some of the survivors la lifeboats to the cries for
help front those drowning about them Is another point of blame.
Capt. lord of the steamship Callfornlan la to figure In tho general
leoyonslbllity because his vsssfl failed to res;?rd to the distress rockets
oat up by the Tltaalo.
Ths report will recommend drastlo ohanges la the marine laws govern
la tke safety of Ufe at sea.
J. BRUCE ISMAY.
$100,000,000 to b:r. t.
from kuhn, l0eb & co.
Bankers Join With Interboroyjib
Backers to Make Up $250,000,
000 for the Subwas.
Ktilin, l.orib & Cu It wu learned to
day. Is the hanklns house that will fur
nish tho capital fur the Brooklyn Rap
id Trnnslt Company nfccary for the
cxtcimluns and new lines calln for un
der the contract which Is about to be
ratlfli-'l liy the' city authorities. The
amount required by tile II. It. T. for
consrtictlnn and equipment purposes Is
The participation of Kuhn, Loeb St
f n. in the subway extension plan Is by
way of an amicable agreement with J.
Plerpont Morgan & Co., who, aro to
finance the Interbqrough rtapid Transit
Company's extensions and equipment
Tho National City Bank and the FIrat
National Bank are to Join with Morgan
& Co. and Kuhn, Loeb & Co. In hand
ling tho Immense outlay of approxl
mately 230,0CO,000 which will be needed
for the complete subway system In the
five boroughs ot lb greater city.
AT NEW YORK.
FIRES FROM AUTO
IN CHASE OF THIEF
"Squint" Gordon Is Caught
Again After $12,000 Burg
lary Is Foiled by Policemen.
PODGES MANY BULLETS.
Police Give Out a List of Cases
in Which Courts Dis
Two vigilant young policemen, on
their way homo from nlfht duty, to-day
caught two burglars getting away with
$11,001) worth of loot In the wholesale
district after a chase In which revolver
shots were fired and an automobile
which tho burglars had hired was
eommojideered for purposea of pursuit
One of the two burglars is Joseph or
"Squint" Gordon, alias Goldberg, alias
SohwarU, alias Cohen, who has a record
Of having boon discharged eleven times
In the local courts In the past five years
after being arrested for burglary,
vagrancy, unlawful entry, attempted
burglary or disorderly conduot
Aside from the boldness of the burg
lery In which Oordon was .caught to
day i-nd the .sensational chase which
resulted (n tho arrest Of himself' and
his pal a third burglar got awaxrrbl
criminal record ,1a a matter that will
call for official Investigation.
GORDON'S RECORD. AS QIVEN 1Y
Hare Is the police list of the arrests
of Gordon under various names:
Joseph Sen war tr. arrested Sept 1,
19M, burglary. Discharged Oct 13 by
Joseph Schwartx, Feb. 15, DOT, arrest
ed for burglary; March I, 1107, dis
charged by Judge Craln, General Ses
sions. Joseph Schwartx, arrested March 27,
DOT, burglary; May 6, 1907, discharged
by Judge Craln. v
Joseph Schwartx, arrested In Brooklyn
July S, IMS, charged ,wtth disorderly
conduct; discharged by Judge Wllklns,
Joseph Gordon, arrested In Brooklyn;
attempted burglary; Dec. II, 1907, dis
charged by Judge Dike.
Joseph Schwartx, arrested in Brooklyn-
on charge of unlawful entry. Sent
to Now York City Hetormatury on
June S. 1909. by Judge O'Kecfe, Special
Joseph Goldberg, arrested Aug. 27,
1W); Aug. 30, 1909, discharged by Magis
Joseph Schwartz, arrcstrd In Brook
lyn, charge ot vagruncy; Match 12,
U0D, discharged by Magistrate Tlrfhe.
Joseph Schwartx, arrested Feb. 17,
1910, charge burglary; Fob. 18. 1910, dis
charged by Magistrate Barlow.
Joseph Schwartx, arrested Nov. Kl.
1K, for burglary. March H. 1910, dis
charged by Judge Mulquoen.
Joseph Schwartz, arrested March 17;
1910. grand larceny. March 24, mo, dis
charged by Judge Moss.
Joseph Cohen, arrested Providence,
R. I., April , 1910, charge of vagrancy.
Joseph Cohen, April 4, 1911, charge of
gambling. April 6, discharged by Magis
EARLY WORKERS SAW CHASE IN
Early morning workers, bound from
the east aide to the wholesale dry goods
district were treated to a view of the
automobile chase of the burglars. The
route led through Bond street, the Bow.
ery and Fourth street to Second avenun.
The early stross'ers llrst saw a man
sprint out of Bond street and dart
across tho Bowery. In lls unke came
tho taxlcab, tho policeman on tho run
ning-board with a drawn revolver call
ing on tho fugltlvo ti halt. When the
fugltlvo reached the Fourth street
corner tha policeman biased uwuy.
Nono ot tha shots took effect and the
fleeing mun swung Into Fourth street
wlillo tho tuxt shot over thu lloircry.
Knterlng Fourth strcot thu policeman,
who Van fast gaining on bis quarry,
ogaln railed on the mun to stop. Again
no attention was paid unci the revolver
shots rang out onco niore. When Second
avenue was reached the car was abreast
of tha runaway, who by this ttniu wus
pretty well winded. It ws then that tli
policeman Frank Fassulo of the Mercer
street station leaped to tho nldovalli
und lunded on the mun ho had f.illrd
TtiU waa but one o't thu exciting f ca
lures that ondod an attempt to ste.il
li,m worth of ostrich fcathert from
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Princess Rospigliosi, a Former
Belle of Capitol, as She Is Now.
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FOR DUTYIN CUBA
Washington Sends 700 to Pro
tect Americans Imperilled by
Rising of Negro Rebels.
WASHINGTON, May 21.-A a result
of reports of danger tu Amrrlun .Ives
nnd property In CuUu, the Nuvy Do
partmcnt at tho request of tao .State
Department lias orderod the nival
transport I'ratrle to embark live hun
dred marines at I'hlladelphU und pro
ceed Immediately to the United mates
Naval Station Jt Uiiaiitanamo to join
tho gunboats 1'aducuh and Nashvilla.
The Statu Department wan virv nes.
'slmlstlo to-day on the I'ut'un situation.
Apparently tho Governmont has been
unable to estimate the strength or tho
purpose of tho present Insurrectionary
movement. The Cuban military authori
ties admit that the tltuatlon Is serious,
but think they can control It, The
Government Is said to be receiving offers
ot service from various organizations
and Individuals. A party of Congress-
I men left Havana last night for tbelr re
'apsotlv districts la Us dltatfscttd re-
GET HURRY ORDER
gions to make an effort to conciliate the
negroes. It Is reliably reported to the
State Department that many people con
sider the movement designed to provoke
Two hundred additional marines were
ordered from New York to Philadelphia
to board the Prairie, Increasing the
total number to 700. Several marine
officers have been ordered from Nor
folk, Including Col. Lincoln Karmany,
who will command the battalion.
Tha Navy Department Is making
every enort to have the vessel get
under way by Alghtfall. They will
reach Guantanamo In four days.
It wai carefully explained at the
State Departmen that this Is not to
bi considered an Intervention move
ment on the part uf the l'nlte.1 Sta,tes
hu; merely a prorautlnnary step In or
der that, In can nf necessity, protec
tion may bo a 'corded to the ..rnerl-
CHILD SHOT DEAD AT FIRE.
Flvn-ynr-old Flnvl.ui Hlielh was shot
through the heart find killed by it bullet
In front of nls (nine, No, 2U Unit Third
street, this afternoon. A partridge had
been thrown Into n bonfire In the street,
two doors away, by soma unknown per
With the explosion of tho cartridge
the child shrieked and fell dead. The
pnllia arn rerchlng for the perpetrator
of tin .deed.
tmrrlrai Mrntenrrd In Mrxlro
MF.XICO CITY, May '.'l.-Lawrence
,. O'Brien was sinlenceu to-day to
suffer the death penalty for the murder
a year ago of Dr. Hal) 1. Clark. The
crime was the result of a quarrel
which took, viae la Dr, Clark' efl&ca,
TO VAT CAN S WON;
American Wife of Prince Ros
pigliosi Declares She Is Vic
torious in 12-Year Struggle.
WILL RECOGNIZE UNION
Former Beauty of Washington,
vNow at Ritz-Carlton, Tells
Her Side of Controversy.
The Princess Rospigliosi declared at
tho Rltx-Carlton to-day that her twelve
years' struggle to have her marriage to
the head of one of the noblest houses
of Italy sanctioned by the Vatican bad
been practically won and that she fait
certain the proper tribunal would ren
der a verdict In her favor.
Ths former Mrs. Marls Jennings Reld
Parkhurat once a celebrated beauty of
Washington, who stood Italian society
on Its head when she married tha Im
mensely wealthy bachelor Prince, has
been In America sines January, wind
ing up ths affairs of her mother's as-
tats, when she received a reporter for
Thtf Evening World In her apartment at
tha Hits to-day she said she was glad
of an opportunity to deny many 'of
ths stories that had been printed about
tire occasion for bar visit Ths Prin
cess- l. still, a vary beautlfuLjromaa
of the Oreclan type, with magnificent
shoulders' and a slsndsr, superbly
curved throat and neck.
"There Is no truth," she began, "In
.ths' reports that I cams back here to
gather new evidence to serve my cause
at'the Vatican I have, already secured
ample evidence ami wncn ins proper
time .comes the caso w)ll be presented
again, whereupon the Vatican will de
clare my marriage to Col, Parkhurat
null snd yold and sanction my union
with my husband, Prince Rospigliosi.
Ths stories that I am kept without
tha pals of tho Church and excluded
from Italian society are also utterly
unbounded. The Cardinals Vannutelll
and Martinet!! are among my closest
friends and are frequent visitors to my
home. When my case was heard be
fore the cardinals they stood eight to
five In my favor. Then the case was
presented to Pope II us. It Is not true
the Popo decided against me. What
he 'did was merely Jo hold the matter
In abeyance, without deciding one way
or anothur. The enemies of my hus-
liatid seised upon this to cable to
America that the Papa had decided
HAS BORNE BURDEN OF OTHERS'
ACTS, SHE 3AY8.
"I have suffered a great deal of an
noyance bncauso uf tho confusion of my
namo with that of tha Prlnresi I.udovico
Ilusplgllosl. Prince Ludovico Is or.o of
the younger members of the house of
which my husband Is the head. He was
married to an American girl, Mildred
Haxeltlne, and when they separated It
was Instantly cabled abroad that I had
separated from my husband, I also was
made to hear the burdens of other
scandals In families of the same name.
'Of course, there was a great deal of
opposition to our marriage, because my
husband's relatives wero counting on
his always romalnlng a bachelor. In
whloh case they would have Inherited
h.ls large estates. Kvcr since my mar
riage I have been the object and victim
of Intrigue. Every step I have made.
In my struggle to have ths Vatican sanc
tion my marriage, has been blocked or
undermined, and these forces working
against mo have extended their activi
ties to this country.
"I came to America last January for
the solo purpose of looking after my
mother's estatv. Before I left Rome I
was confident the Vatican would ulti
mately sanction my marriage and that
I had nil thu evidence necessary. Nat
urally ti ls Is a subject I do not rare to
dl.-ilst und I liuvn allowed my enemies
to do most of tliu talking. An they per
litrd In i!'rculut!ng fals stories I fill
Jt wjs time to tlrny tliom. I will remtln
In New York fot a short visit and then
return to Home. All my latest mn
from homo lias been of tho most en
The Princess Rospigliosi was .Marie
JennliiKs Held, daughter of Samuel
Chester Hold und granddaughter of
Capt. Samuel Chester Held, who com
manded the privateer Brlgadlcr-Gcn-
oral Armstrong In tho war of 1S12, and
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URGES JERSEY VOTERS'
TO FOLLOW OHIO LEAD
Makes New Attack on the Republi
can Bosses and Practipally Dares
Barnes to Read Him Out
of the Party.j
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IN TALK TO MILL HANDS.
Bombs and Hears
as a Modern
(Special from a
PASSAIC, N. J., May ?3. In
i t y -11 i i ll
ana several loiiowing auiomoDircs
respondents swirled through Patterson and nearby towns on the
day of his campaign to wrest from
the Republican National Convention.
jeered at his former friend and former nomlrwe-the Presjdent'of ?iM
United States. He attacked the bosses, especially Boss Barnes of 'New '
STRIKE OF WAITERS
MAY TIE UP FOUR
OF BIGGEST HOTELS
Walk-Out Planned for Wal
dorf, Knickerbocker, Plaza
It was learned from an official source
to-day that the International Hotel
Workers' Union has planned a strike of
waiters at tho dinner hour to-morrow
evening In the Waldorf-Astoria, the
Plasa, the Knickerbocker and tho As
tor hotels. Other hotels and a couplo
of big restaurants may be selected
later as theatres for a strlko demon
stration. This determination on tho part of offi
cers of the union Is subject, however,
to review by a mass meeting of the
International Hotel Workers' Union to
be held to-night at Bryant Halt, Sixth
avenue, near Forty-socond street. The
oncers are hopeful that the mass meet
ing will Indorse the proposed strike.
Vigorous action was determined upon
by the International Union officers after
they received notice to-day from the
Hotel Men's Association calling oft a
conference which was to be held to
morrow afternoon between tho hotel and
restaurant owners and the Kxecuttve
Committee ot the union ot waiters and
cooks. The hotel men have decided
that they will not recognise the Inter
national Hotel Workers' Union, on fin
ground that It Is not a respobJlhl'o or
ganisation nd ulll not be ablo to cn
form Its contrarts.
This decision was reached at a meet.
,111; held last night. T.io hotel mnl us-
taurani uvvnura ami niiinnguit ,i.univrt
come to iik conclusion insi me inter
national Union ls a tluff organization.
They will, however, ie;ognlse tho United
Hotel Employees' Association uf Now
York, an otganlsatlon tuklng In seven
different unions or guilds ot waiters
WIUL DEAL ONLY WITH OLD OR
GANIZATION. The unions In the United Association
ire the International lleneva Associa
tion, tho American Geneva Association,
thn Union Ganymede Association, the
Columblun Association, tha Klelnmets
Association, Walters' Union No, S and
the Manhattan Wulters' Association. It
Is claimed that In these bodies Is en-
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Salute From Aerial
Staff Correspond on t.)
a floud of dust Theodore Rook,!
r? 1 1 - J ..lit ' i4 ' v " J
uiica witn campiifmr VKX
Taft the New Jersey
In his speeches-he sneenM'j
Mr. Roosavslt again and MalajsjtWsd
sting of tho defeat of Taft la
"The people are viewed by Kr., TsaTt
as subject to dangerous and twtntlM
Impulses," he said. "He stilt fels a saw
trust of ths Impulses of ths peos4s, gv'
pectally of lbs people of O-h-l-o. Usstar
ths Taft system of favorlag.tiis bssjsft
uncoin-s great tplgram bad
changed to 'a government of ths
by ths Boss for ths special Interest.'
'CS'o political demonstrations wars sjrsr
mora effective than thoss In Roosevstfg
favor to-day. Ons characteristic of
those who watched Roosevelt go by west")
mat ons always round thorn Uugfetssy
after he passed. It was not ths latsgMSr
nf ridicule, but of fun and sympathy
such as Ihst whloh might follow csskasja
bnys celebrating an athletlo victory. Os
sign covering a Passaic saloon Croat
window created much pleasure: It,
"DIUXK WITH OR.
VOTK FOR KOOJSKVKI.T.'"
Twenty. ono bombs were firs
I'aterson ss ths T. It. train loft
uuy. iim t-rosiuenuai salute was
to the mill owners of Peterson that
oi me two Dig noises which ars
tag and plrootlng through Now
was at hand. Many ot the mill
had agreed at ths request ot ths :
velt Committee of New Jersey to'
their plants, until ths Theodores tV
vaalon was over,
THOUSANDS or MILLHANM
Thousands poursd out of ths sstUa
and made for the. Fifth Reglra.a Ar
mory where the speech making' Wa
to be. A band concert kept aaay
those who managed to get In. A' MS- . V.
ond bombardment of aerla) bomb Us-,.'
gan when the train arrived. Nobaly ' . '
could doubt who had come to town. ,. . r'
There waa a tcrrttls uproar when ths
Roosevelt car rolled up to the AisassW
door at IMS. It turned Into a riot's
Before he began, speaking to ths aMM
persons in the audience ths fuisjar,
Pres.dent heard Jamen U. JJIuuvelt, ss
dli1a for delegate tu Chicago from ibis
district, call h.m tho "foremost cltlasn
of tho I'liUed Ktli" and did not Ateeh.
He hcurd, too, l(iw he was, the Pt.'
Iilcnixo uhu wns abroad In the land,
isUyliiK such itraaons js Lorlmer, Pen-
iojk ami the GuRiitnhilms. Mr. Rooso-
liinl virefully prepared a spesoh.
Hu held a typewritten' copy of It In kJSt
hand. ' After tel !n Ills audience that"
hu was with tnem to "express .tbe faitb
that was In him" he did not stick rsry
closo to that text: ' ,
"I am here," hu said, "becauso you
havo a fair primary law. You can on,
press your will. I did not go to Osai-
nectlcut. Connecticut Is absolutely .t
the power of the unities. There waa sjf
use In going there." '
FIRES SOME SHOTS AT BOM
Mr. Roosevelt alto went after WiataB
Barnes Jr. of Now York. Ho said bo
understood bo was being read out at
tbe Republican party by 'Mr. Uaraos,
"Hill tsowt orusUy oaUs
', f Jr.'