Americans Suffer Losses in Battle
WE.VTIIF.Il fair In-nlKhl and
WILL REPORT THE BIO
BASEBALL SERIES FOR
THE EVENING WORL.
DOS'T MISS THt: DAILY STOHi
PRICE ONE CENT.
u. s. mm KILLED
IN FIGHT WITH 1 FORCE
I OF NICARACUAN REBELS1
rour vuvt Death and &ev-jn
Wounded as merican Naval
Men Capture Town.
DUF1ED BY INSURGENTS.
Gen. Zcledon, Rebel Leader,
Who Had Refused to Sur- I
render, Among Killed.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 6. v despatch
iiom Raar-Admlral Boutherland inn-10-dny
give tho names t.f the four
marines killed In the- light With
Ntotracnu n I els and announcee
that Limit. -Cot. Ltrai with 1,000 man
and liluejorketa from ihe cruisers
California and Colorado lire inviiii
cut Leon, the remaining rebel Itrong
hold. The murine in reitcrdaj i figo
were Private Babltta, Durham, Mr
;ui and Pollard Sgvati marlnea who
were wounded WUI I "o'er.
Admiral Boutherland's despatch,
dated yesterday, lays:
"Darrnneas atid seeoTi'l hill taU.'n
ay marines ami bluajackati a) day
break utter a gallant assault, Masayn
Inter taken t.v Government forces
and starving Inhabitant! rallavcd.
iBanrraatluntati roaaca wara heavy."
The despatch add. that Lieu- -i 1
Losjg is moving on Leon, elves the
names of lbs killed ami sajri the
names of the Wounded will lie nans-,
The first news Of Ihe H'r: mii I .
timp in a cablegram received as t '
day ij- Minister Castrllls fro n i 'han orr ,
Minister of foreign ARk rs of Nl i
The cablegram to Minister Casti Ik.
dated Uft. 4 w.is as follows:
"ii . - i. i takan wdey by assault.
We had one hundred daad, Iwo hundred
,.) 1 Am. llMII. i,Hrk' Itmk I'nv.i-
tepe miiIi four (lf.t. and seven .vow i led.
correa timultoucouory took Darrenoa.
ZcieJo' Bad nttii folloa'sri i was
captured eight Itagues from Ma.a.a
wounded and dle.i Ister, To4a I via-
, itad tba American Legation to cagf s
deepest sympathy for merlncg deal
I Qfejinde aiuuietpalliy rsguosted niarlnai
OOdlel far burial St that illy i o
you express Daps rt ma 111 of State 111
"Minmi'T Affairs PI amorro."
geledon. spoken uf In tin cablegram,
is a rebi-i genoreli a Honduran in h
employ ot Mans, tka fallen dictator, re
rsatly ceptuicd and pskoa to rahauu
lor emir ,
AMERICANS NOT ENGAGED IN
Although the Uvea uf American ma
rina have been lost and SthSfl hers
ii '.in. i.j .1 la what appears to have
Uren uno Of the inuai aaiiaiunary bat
tle! fought In cvmrul .Vuieiina In many
eare, yet Utchmcally thu United lStat'.-
in not engaged 111 war. Aa d, flntl e
ilia Siata Depart mint, Dm alatua of the
lelatlunH bStWSsn tile I'nlteJ itetSS and
N'learagua la one of friendship.
What RsaNAdmtral Bouthsrland has
dona In atiaeking the Nloaraguaa
1 beia is dsclared tu have been puret)
In pumuanee of a duty Imposed Upon
itie. nav in.iny times in the storm) hlS-
lery of central Aroerloa bst "f toi
Ibiy protecting Am ST loan lives and
piopertv aa asdl as of tnc OltlasnS Ol
Kuropean lis lions.
Tho Admlrul baa stri'tly .efraln.il
1 roni intervening In inv vva.v l.. f. .,
tha nraTrtnsj factions in Nicaragua and
iiae oonflned himself entirely tu upen-
ng up ruilwav OOlllinUnluatlon and
malniulhing ii free from Intorruptian
that the large foreign element a.'at-
tared through ths Nloaraguan lawns
might he gbla to recelvs food.
rDr nearly a veek tftej- the Amerl-
an naval foroes managed lo open 1 i
way from Itsnagus to Grenada, where
ths condition or foreigner "as pitiful,
len. Beledon'M rebel foroes, antren hed
,111 it wo hills at ll.ii lane. 1, gOtUSlly eom-
manded the line of oommunloatlon by
rail and Interfered with the free
movement of -implies and prevented
the unfoi lunale sufferers of famine
from making their escape to places of
POUTIC.il. PARTIBI M OTHRM
enu rent an A.nenihlv Hall In the 1'allixer
V.'Jlhllnv. seatlns I5d. mid one .,allnK 7 3.
m or night. Apply K. A. r. .: Kuuai.
D0 Fanitir iWurldl Bulldlug. ''
i i rnol.
tontrlsht. mi.-. ,v
Co. (The New
AT 70-MILE CLIP
Brag? and Dc Palma r-iht
for Lead in Stirring Contest
on Milwaukee Track.
WArWATOAA, Oct. Te.Mv Tetr.-
i tir. . mm) praise I by Celeb Bragg and
Ralph ds Palma, lad ths Bald at the
and Of M miles, of nne-half the dls-
tones of the fourth American Uraad
Prls automobile road race PAaal
today, T tiiff hoi driven his bis Pie
ar this distance with three atopa at
tn avsrags spaed of fl and a fraetlog
V ie an hour.
Tetrl-ilT st liie end of Jl inllei I Oat
the lent and l ie race, when a p!mn
rod In 'da Ws eer was hroken. lt-aa
' n took fust position, followed rloesly
b) ds I'alm 1.
The flKht between Tetrlaff, Brsui! and
de Palma for first place kept a crowd
eetlmatad to nun ler 7a, M8 peraona at
t high pitch of exc.tr.iient.
At "I" mHes, With I'H miles yet to be
covered, Bragg bad tie Palma by nv-e
than ix minutes RergdaM was m third
place, "labt minutes behind t)S I'alma.
Anderson held fourth piece. Bragg.
overate Speed for th!a dlatance w.ie
TO !? miles an boor,
TETZLAFF TAKES THE LEAD IN
Kloventh hour . hangea In the Its! ef
- arte. aroused ninth Interest, t.'.il.b
Bragg, srho on Tuesday announced thai
he would not drive his Mir Kist bees ISe
of the I.hMi of bla clop., friend. Imvld
Bruce-Brown, this morning reconsidered
tats deelelon, As g reeull at was 11
(Colli. miad on Heeond I'ag'.vt
Baseball Scores To-Day
0 0 0 0 0
10 0 0
0 3 0 0
AT NEW YORK.
0 1 3
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
I gtr, Plaal
AUTO RACERS SPEED
FOR $10,000 PRIZE
1. gtr. N ij'
Uhigh 0 0
Princeton 7 7
Syracuse. 0 0
YaL- .... Id
Poly Cross 0 0
Harvard 7 12
Cornell , o ,
Slevens. . 0
Aimy . 0
Dickinson. II II
ruin . 0 0
Circulation Books Open to All."
Til IVea. fuMteblat
lord World I.
Suspended Investigatoi on Ihe
Stand at Graft
BERG CASE UP AGAIN.
Ivestigaton Want to Know
Why He and Others Werj
Allowed to Resign.
A rharge that offlcl.il pa para fi In
the I'olhe liepar.m.nt by Lieut John
S", Stanton, dlicloalng the ilmlnai rec
o. d of at i.t :ie i x-eonvlct appointed
I to the force, had disappeared fr.im the '
Office of the l'oll.u C'ommiesloner or
Civil Hervlce Commissioner, was mad j
to-lay b) Stanton himself before the
I Hiring a four hours' eesalon it alsaH
was brought out that onu patrolman
' Tb Unas 1. Campbell, dlamlei.ed from
the force by Coinmlnloner I'artrhlge,
denied rdnetatement by the courm, by
the Legislature and by g suoceetllug
j Commlasioiters had seen reinstated by
Commlslpoer Waldo alter an Informal
and private t hearing in the offlrc of
Deputy Police Commujetoner union.
I Kmory n. Buobner, Counsel io the
Commlttaa, tried to brim; out that greit
Influence had been brought on Mayor'
Uoynor to order this reinstatement. He
loutd led get the aVhnoofl lo adinlt this
"Who were jn'ir li,were?" Mr.
Ruekner asked In examining Campbell
"Orant and House," he (aid.
Q, Hid Uley fail to reinstate you.
.V. Yta, on a technicality.
HOW CAMPBELL GOT BACK ON
Q Wbal did you do thenT A. 1 had
is special art puaaed in 1905, making
provision for giving me a rehearing.
Mayor MeClellan vetoed it. as speelal
legislation Aaeamblyman Alfred k.
Smith got ihe bill through for me.
Th.n i hud a general act pueed,
granllng rehearlngs to' till men who
go Inii urt on the grounds that they
, ha.i i n Improperly discharged. That
I was In 107.
Alter the general bill was pnsnd
Campbell applied to Bingham and then
to Haiter' for reinstatement. Both rs
(used t" reopen ihe ease, when Waldo
oame Into ottoo he tiled again and that
time he succeeded. The ease was re
I Opened end tried before HepiHy Com
'The principle Witness sgalOSI you at
the nrst trial was Capt Miles O'Reilly,"
said Mr Buckner, "Do you Know why
he was not called?"
"I do no) know," sa , the witness.
COMMISSIONER KEOGH FIRST
WITNESS TO DAY.
Alexander Keoghi civil a. rvlce com
mlsblinei. was th Ural wltiiesa called
to-day. When first un the stand sev
eral da,s ago he had piodu iil cettaln
Letters Hum Oommleeloner Waldo m i
a report thereon made by 8eerelar
Spencei and AaaU'.ant Chief gglMnoi
.Murray of the Civil Service C0Snmla
sloav Bmory it. Buckiier, counsel to
the committee, ld nut lead the let
ters at that time. II" i availed Mr
Ktsjgh to read Ulem mio liie rvcoids
the letter was udresssd lo Commis
sioner Creel man. tt offered reoommea
datluiis for the examinations for ser-
leanta, The utter urged qualifying, a'l
policemen oX one year's gsrViOS to take
me examinations The i regulrss a
poDoenian to be ,n tbs sarvloe rive
yeare, Mr, Ksogh sa.d. xtu rsuesti he
said, to allow' ail policemen of one year's
service to iak esarelnetlo.'i was an
Waldo also I'aooni mended thai oruvi-
lous duel against policeman should let
be conadsred against policemen asking
un mis latter from Mr, Waldo, Mur
ray had repoi led that the om mission
L'ould not grant Mr. Waldo's rsqueel be.
i.auae lo da SO would violate the state
law and O'OUld a t a. a Iiariishlp
men who had g- J rs orda iii the de
partment y. If all lines ImPOStd ;y ComWiS'
sioner Waldo's predecessors bad been
abollshedi those men nne,i n v,t(i
himself WOUld be i.t a dlsuilVRntage,
would not tip)'.' a Most csrtslaly,
q. Did ou talk to Deputy Oomnue.
lonsr UcKa) anon wiping out Rasa,
as Mr. aido SSksdl A Yea. I told
him It Wjs not f ur, and he agreed with
me. Later lie oailSa me ui and sal.l
tCont.iiatd on tfecoud 1'aga.)
i m -aer " "-a- v . v a 1
YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1912. 10 PAGES
PHOTO KNICKERBOCKER PRESS
PRETTY GIRL GETS
Florence Bouton, Long
noyed by Mail, Tells
Attack Near Home.
of ORBBKWTCfH, Conn.. Oct -Miss
Florence BoUtOO, a pretty, nineteen-vesr-olil
brunstte, ohjects to having Ini
tials carved on her arms with a raior,
ho she Is carrying two revolvers IO-dsy
It Is an od.l title that came out when
the girl's mother, Mrs Henry Bouton.
made formal application bsrs f'r a per
mit for Klor. ne.. to go armed. The per
mit was granted. The BOUtSSIS live
near the estates of l'r. Jaeger, F. W. '
Qettaleld and Braeet Thompson kelen
of Mew fork.
According to hlorence. several rtavs
ago sue vvas gttSCked by two men, 001
of whom held her while Ihe other DUl
a gash In the ml if I a' h hngsr on bsr (
loft hand, and 'hen silt u deep M In i
tha skin of her lett arm. Her painful
lajnrlai were not reported to the police
becauss shs did not want any notoriety)
Ihe explained. She sieved the cuts on
hef Angers and arm In eourt when hg
declared ler lif, WAS In danger.
She said tee men were well dressed,
one tall and about thirty and '.he othur 1
abort and younger. Sue tsld that slnnu
August she had beefi ge'.t.ng ISttOfg
filled with "mushy slush" PoSlgaSrked
New Vork und port Chester, lbs lg
n. ntd them ai grsti nut tbsy beeame so
frequent ne decided tu lind out tbe
writer. If possible
Two weeks ago she got a letter In
viting bur to g-o tu 1'wri CUealei at e
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SLASHED ON ARM
P T OL PERMIT
of Westport Train Wreck,
AH Related to Anthony N. Brady
PHOTO BY OSCAR PACH.
' I "I 'ln hour to eea the writer. Hhe
tool Carlo Sorentlne. a fr.etid, ami he
and another man ae. omp.ui ed her, boi
walled In concealment while she WSOI
to the corner dealguated. Thu writer
did tint gppeafi He wrote hatel ho bad
seen her friends.
ATTACKED BY IWO MEN AND
SLASHED WITH RAZOR.
None of ilin loiters were left on the
doorknob of her boms at Bight. One
contained a diagram of : u i
of bar home and another a Stiletto
ibrougn a uiaedlng besrt. borentlae's
collie, whl lb .lays around her house,
would be land into the ro,l and loiters
for her tlid to his neck. These notes
told her to hreak with Carlo or she
would be klhed. una letter was writ
ten In real niood.
A few days ago a Strange man met
her In the road and laslted on wa.klug
noma srRh h. r. The dog attaeked him
and he ahol at It. The neat day came
another letter that Carta must leave
the nelghh .rhood or be killed.
Then came the attack as she was
crossing a lot last Thursday, The lit
tle man used the rotor, saving the "M"
In bar arm stood Tor "murder" and to
show It to her friend.
The big man. she .aid. wanted the
smaller one lo cm bar throat, and she
Was M mad she dared thetn to Then
she kicked the one who cut her. Oaa)
of them offered hr a handkeii hhf lo
tie up lur bleeding lingers.
' I am a good s.iui," said Ml.s ll, niton
to-.ia. "mhi i m earrylng two revolvsra
I Intend to kill tha ilrst man who
touches me. I'm not engaged to Mi
gorsnUttSi but I don't Intend to have
any one meddling with my affairs."
orentlas also sarrtas a rsvalvsi lie
his preserve I 11,411) of tbe letters re
ceived by Miss Bouton.
La error beam I, iii.ua Hard
ii;;ij UAKK, N. J-. Oat I. Aawaai i
RlkUS, a lawyer at No. i;ij HroadWay,
was thrown Imm his uutouion,i0 this
morning. The car iklddad on tii up.
per) pavsmant on atonUKJUU) uue,.: ami
emsbsd into snotbei machine in wkiob
waa Mis Qeorge H. ChUr nil. WhOM
husband, a bruksi at No. IU Broadway,
had )USt beafl taken tu ttiti laiitoa.l sta
tion Mr ICIkUS was thrown heavily to
ihe ground and w is badly bruised, lie
was lakes back tu his country hOOII far
UtiallUetVt. .. ... ..at.a.rsa
TO BE TRACED
' Circulation Hooks Ox-ii to Alt,'
Sir Thomas Says He Is Pre
pared, Alter Discussing Lat
est American Yachting Rules.
Lrvnitponta, Bnglanl net. 1 -gtr
Thomas Npl n n bs way to the
United states i" ehellange once mora
for the AmerlOS'g Cup. He BjsJtad to
day on board the Car" 1, and aaCi In
reply to an Inquiry:
"I am going to New York prafairee) to
ghgjjongs for the 4msrloa's cup after
discumrliig ihe terms under tha lataai
rales of the American yacht clubs."
Cant. Kdward Simpson, tha 1'nlted
Unites Naval Alta'he at lajndon, also
l..ft on hoard tint Carotila.
fl. a. COrmaeki leeretary f the New
fork Vaetit Chin, was not Inclined to
lls to take nei lon-ly ihe resirt that Sir
Thomas Upton was coming In America
prepared la challenge for tiro I'up
"It is the annual retail :.' Mr. Cor
mash Mid. The tontS thing .mmes out
SbOUt Ibis lime every ye ir and rnJumne
an- printed about u. Last ear
beard thu gr Thomas was coming here
on l ie -.line . Hand. We net'el aitW llltll
then and we don't sipacl to see him this
ysar. Ws badn'i heard anything about
ma coming to . ballegge this time.
"In any event. It would hanlly ia pus
IblS lo disease terms with Sir Thomas
'01 a Spates! until early in lie, ember
The Atlantic coast Conference win
ttitei in New Vork t consider terms
an1- conditions, as thev do SVory year,
on Oct II It i. Imposslbla 10 forecast
anal conditions and amendments wn.
he imposed a: mis ponferenee. After the
conference the amemlmenta win have t
ba ratified by each club or association
I r rerlil J. It Will PfObaMy iJec
1 before ti.ls will have been done."
JalekM ol I ti a
(or all Onurteiw, . SwalS V nwrla ml
raautt susum'sii lu. . 'I'r.iriiar.' caks sau
. , . . I1..M.4. .11.1 1.1 rl .',.- k MM
aaa 'aaa . 1 dIijii Th. W aid I'rs.el
r,.'.,. iwoiim H.ui.tiufl.
HI lllll K-tnlr
AND 191 2 FUND RAISERS
FOR OTHERS TO TESTIFY
Perkins and Munsey Named as Wit
nesses, Together With Hilles, Mo
Combs, Hearst, McAdoo, Hanna,
McKinley and McHarg
ASK ARCHBOLD TO BRING
RECEIPT FOR THP T $100,000-
Standard Oil Financier Summoned
to Clinch His Contradiction of
(gpeetal la The Kvenlng World.)
WASHINGTON, Oct. S Qtorgc W. 1'erkius and Frank A. Mun
fey, the chid tinatwiers of the Hull MooM nioveinent, are to be called
btfort the ScnaU lntwtiftin eooimtttM t leH ibout their activities in
beh.il! of CoL RoOMVgJt'l party. Otliers who have been invited to tes
tify soon alter the committee resumes its labors next Monday are Chair
man Hilles uf the Republican National Committee, Charles P. Taft of
Cincinnati, the PrcMvlent's brother; Chairman McCombs and Vice-Chairman
McAdoo of the Uemocralic National Committee, Dan R. Hanna
of Cleveland, a son of the lale Mark Hanna, who p;ave $10,000 to the
Bull Moose movement ; Representative McKinley of Illinois, who collected
the cash for the cainpaiRii of President Taft for renomination ; William
H. Hearst and Ormsry McHarg, now a regular Republican, but engaged
last May and June in rounding up negro delegates in the South for the
Hull Mone candidate.
ENGINEER WHO DIED
IN WESTPORT WRECK
'If He Krred It Was on Side
of Safety," Declares
Witness to Coroner.
WIlHTCOItT. c,,nn. ' V That
sie, ears would have U nited tho death
list in Thursdav s wick of lha Spring
field Kspresa to members of the tenia
oreW was admllled under crosa-eaavmin-
atlon by John Jenkins, ronduotor of lha
iram, to-day at the Coroner's Inuusr
Jenkins Indignantly defended tho dead
engineer Clark, 'rum an Imputation
than he might have heen drinking prior
to tha -wreck
l never knew him to lake a drink,
il.alare.1 Jenk.ns. The sSfMUOIor Stated
ike in. train left Hrldgepoct ulna ndn-
...... i.i. ,..! I,. I to take a cruse over
there, throwing it further
ohedUlO. The conductor's
was closely followed by A.
esnert of the 1 11 lera 1 ate
Conductor lenklns was In ties soventh
Pgr of the train w hen It w m-,""!
It wag running fifty miles an hour at
th tune, he said if the devi engineer
end at all. ' SSld, speaking from
Int. mate association wl.h him for ten
years "he erred on the side of sitfetv."
II. did not know thai tin tra n was
to have 1" cross S Snothcl track and
f, :t lllra hat Clark w is tinw to make
up t'ie time) ha was lite
IS FOUND jBY DIVERS.
DOVRR Rngland Oct I. Divert to
day Eouad in "ti ish lubmarlne if,
gg with all but olle ot Us cro of two
uffjears and fourteen mas la volltaioa
witu the Hamourg.Amsrlcaa liner
Auierlka off the South PorelAAd. Tbe
little cratt waa 'Ut nearly in two.
l.nut. Hiohard 1. Pullsyne, the sole mr.
vlvur. was reported lo-da to oe mi-
provlag, but h is reeerving bis lor)
,if tne disaster fur the court ,.f iMUiry.
IHIJ.II ... e Kt.IIIVI.il lll V
t'o.uri'Sasal. . ,-! ii srslu I, I baas listing
pur ..ring a.tar sa.l aiaa.lae runs. is at all
a. in Uerttll i Coudlt Ca.'t aluias. '
. .-nliiln and nudal rani.
PRICE ONE CENT.
larles B. Crane of Chlcego, Ogden
Mllle of New York and Charlae Edward
RueeeR, a "muckrake" writer, wtll -aveii-fy
Mond.v Charles F. Teft. brother of
tha I'resldent; Charleo D. HUlec ood
Judge tl. H. I,.v. tt, head of the Bar
tlman railroads, will taetlfy Wedneegay.
Matthew Hale of Massachusetts, gen
alor N. n. H olt of Weat Virginia and
Louis llanunerllng of New York alao
will testify Monday
Tuesday, rirmsby Mollsrg, convention
i nntost manager for Col. Hooeevett; for
n, er He mi tor ('hauncey M. Depaw and
Representative William H McKinley of
Illinois are scheduled to be heard.
Thursday the committee will bear
JoaUi'i QUlncy, a Massanhueeittta Damo
. rat. and lloger Sullivan of Illinois.
Friday, Me. 1111 McCormtrk of ChtoaaTo
and William S. Kdwarda of Waet Vir
ginia, both Rooeevelt supporters, orxl
T Stoletbury of 1'hlladclphla Will
UeUt-OOV. Nichols of Ohio baa prom,
ised to appear Monday. Oot. 14. to teetlfy
about Oov. Harmon's campeUni eon
trlburiona and expend It urea.
Learning that John D. ArobrboM hag
relumed from Europe, tha committee
has sent him an Invitation to appear at
Ida earlleat convenience. It has been
found unneeeaaary to subpoena aay ot
the wltueasea named above. A sum
mono by letter has Invariably broug'it
a telegraphic responae.
ARCHBOLD ASKED TO PINO
RECEIPT FOR 1100,000.
Mr. ArohboUl wtll ba eaamtnaal at
great length aa to the 1100.000 Standard
i HI contribution to tha KapubllcaMi oaun
palgn fund In IMM. The committee baa
asked blin to make a special ssonal for
a receipt for the money. If such a re
ceipt exists. He will alao ba quacttooed
on new points brought out In Uto il
Smlnatlous of C. Itoose. elt and Oaorg
It. I nekton, former trvaaurer of lha Na
In ordvr to wind up the hasrtaej aadore
n. t.oii oay. It Is the intention eg tbe
committee t , examine wttneaeee ot tbe
averasja ratu of half a doaao a day.
Hut one witness Ilka Col. Rooeevelt.
wt.o was on the sUitid four and a bait
hours, naturally would set in pro
Congrssantao aioKlalay and Oiensby
MoHarg are to be examlneil early In
the weak, according tu preeent plani
HlOtementS to the effect thas Mr. Mo
K In lev distributed an Immense fiawg m
aid of the work of getting Toft gait
gates for tho National . mention In
CblcasiO w ill be vigorously In i radiated.
Mclla g will ba uueatluned at to hie
activities aa a sort of nek man' wilb
on, 1 ill Hod expense ailCOpClU tOT the Re-
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