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WRECKS ALL AROUND CITY IN FIERCE GALE:
DEATHS IN STORMS THAT SWEEP NATION
Clearing and Colder Tn-nlghti Batardar Vmir.
.'tearing ill ralitr To-algMi aarar Pair.
y l JffTZfhrs-6t. '
PEICE ONE CENT.
SULZER TURNS DOWN BOSSES;
WARNS THE LEGISLATORS
HE'LL STAND NO F00LIN6
D-rf..ei a u a r
Refuses 1 o-day to Hold a Con-
ference in Private With
ARRANGES FOR INQUIRY
It Wfll Start Monday in His
Own Office; Verbeck Case
ALBULNT. N. T., Jan. S.-I-ollnwtng
'ha Mm of hU declaration of Ind.-pen-laata
from preaeure from Charlea B.
Murphy or Tammany lull, uttered yee-
rday evening Oov. fuller to-day
ibM It Into tha politician, of h'a
arty by rafuslng aha request of George
li Palmar, chairman of tha Democratic
'lata CanaMttea. for a private Btaftr
i nca. mjlaar, apparently, la on tha war
path. "Lat'a talk It over In tha back room."
iggested Chairman Palmar. relative to
matter he had brought before (he
"So," replied Hulser. "we ll slay out
i r! and talk In tha open."
lov. Fulxer followed (Mi by making
supplemental statement about hli In
it fieri In have th Slate Departments
" I esHgnted.
"Paa rata tafia rljrtat hara
la tha exeonasve department," ha
aid. "Tt woa't taka long. Whta
raow ail aboat thla I caa atari
claewkare. X do not ballara tha
IsSflalatBra will latarfara la rny
way with tha work. If audi a thing
happens I will plaoa tha niattar be
fora tha poopla and gat thalr )ndg
nasal. I go oa tha tbsory." ha said,
'hat tha members of t lis Legl, la
tars will do 'hair duty at all
rhe -vr etlr.ators w.il Baffin eitrk Ip.
lug OoH'prnof'd aSbtia next Honda) t n,
wlH be followed b) an nvsatlgatloa of
Continued on K.iu-th Pais. I
A Few of the Many
Victories in 1912
Last Year There Were Printed:
World "Help Wanted" and
"Situations Wanted" Ads.
Matt. Mora Than Tha Haraid.
World "To Let" Ada.
iMjal Mf Than Tha HaraJd.
World "Real Estate, "Busi
neaa Opportunity" and "Fi
nancial Advertisements -aaat
Meg Than Tha Haraid.
World "Summer Resort"
lrUa llM Herald.
World-"For Sale" Ads.
Uajt Mora Tbao Tha llarald.
Mora Than Tha HaraJd.
1,560,537 World Ads.
730,111 Mora Than Tha Haraid.
Wcrld Ads. for Btst Rtsultsf
Cent right, lam. bT
.o. (The Mew
FINANCIER - TURFMAN
WH0SK DKA TH T0. DA Y
JAMES R. KEENE
( ther Estimates Place Fortune
aA AT ' afl
.flflfcflT ) jflj
J&HE.S R KEE.NE
nrinn mn irur
Fa. A V liL L L
Ae In n.vnrnl In the L'ae of the dth
.if a man publicly etteemed to ha vary
rich, dlaruna'on of the paalna, early to.
day. of Jatnea R Heme, tin' upe ulator
ind hcrsi "nan. ihlfted In Wall street
and tha uptown hrtel district ti dla-i-
i!on of hla pro.iahle wealth. I In no
recent almllar eaee haw t.-o-re hcen HUoh
i wide di-erueni"'i of opinion a to the
elre of tho ijiiate of a reputed nilU'on
alre Home e.f Mr. Koe,ie frl nd think hla
will la certain to dlipogl of a fortune
of eio" to 120,'Ot.noo. Otaarc who were
fully a clnae to the financier aay the
total of Mr. Keene a weulrh will he
found under t.nM,Xifl. Mr. Keene, long
In .inner of death, made a will, It g
underatoixl. aoma time uKo d apoaing of
It does not appear that anybody oul
aid of Mr. Keene knew much about
hla affair Ilia upg and downi were
epertacu'.ar. hut ha had many una than
donna. Within a vain he IVkk forced
to pay aao,ooQ to the afgditara kl
Htock Bsohatiffg Srnug araakail In a
pool ha manipulated, tiut the loan of
that great an m U anil to have been
but a mild sett.ai k to hla raeourcea.
Of conrae Ki laai.niai 'a not regarded as
the ouialde meaaure of Xr. Keene' i
wealth. Hut some of his aaaoc at a he
llavf that tl.Oiin.nro additional would
pratty nearly aound tlie extent of th
Keene fortune However, their arm
menta are not conaldared by thoae wh i
recall that Janiaa R Keene rieaned up
mora than It"1, "i lu one aeasnn with his
racing stable only five yeara ago. and
In IbM claaa are the prophets who aay
tha Keene fortune will equal II out
Kunaral aervb e will be held at tlrace
Church, Broadway and Kleventn sirt.
Monday morning Chlgf ami. nit bg
pallbearers will be J Hlerpont Morgan
and August Belninrit tither tiallhereri
selected are K. K Sturgls. II. K Kngpp,
riainuel KnenrU. AleXHleler Stexeiis,
soiomon Hanfnrd, p. i Brill, i
IViiisnshee ;md Algernon I 'amicei-flel-l.
A mefing of the Jot c Olllh has
.sen rnll, for tft-n..ii r.i i t.. take .o
tlon on the death of VI ' nan man
" Circulation Books Open to All"
The reea rabllsbh
TO BE FREED, UNDER
BIG BAIL, ON APPEAL
Bonds Fixed at Si 0,000 for
Each Year of Sentence,
Ryan Giving $70,000.
ONE DOES NOT APPEAL.
Long Legal Battle in Prospect
as Court Grants Coun
riinCAOOi Jan t A writ of .nper
xxlrak. gakytna 'lacuilon of tht acn
ttnren in.port upoi thf ilynamltr con
paratarl PMMtly cnnvli ted ai Indlun
apoliit. a4g tMi.iril ay thf 1'nitd s t a t ai
'o.in at Aapasla bats i"-dav. Ban .u
nl on th numbrr of vrara whl'li
i! prlaonrm had bawl irntanrad la
norvo- JIO.ino for each v.-ar.
Thus Hyan'a ball wkl flxd at tll..
rhoaa ho iIvm1 enfnc of alx
,'aarg nraat furn1h kao.: four yar.
Iio.nm. and o on down to II0.OU) for toe
one yaar'a arntrnca.
A coi.ilna la lfanao laa-yara. thr
ourl, Judgaa Heaman and llakar all
ting, neamel Impraaaad hv tha argu
mcnta praaentail thla forenoon. Da
ffnaa lawyarK ntatad monay anougli to
admit nil to hall would ha forthcoming.
llrrN-rt S Hork'n HI not appal.
Attorney K. BoUlM of OMcaffO pr
aantad Ihf prl1:ton In bkltatf of t..e con-ih-trd
ir n ork'a, and nritui d In a i
porl of It, kg did Atoruey i 'heater li.
Krum of y. i.ouia. .oime daclirad thai
In kttg raoh a Ida prakant, tiie
prlaonari have the rlali: of bail, para
licoiaHy aa the dtlandanta were aen-
an a i to aeut to Uaavaaworth kafora a
e it itiic on rlt of ct i or bad heeu held.
Judge Bkkar ilatad that the po'nt
of ;he writ of arTOr was n-t well ;ke:t.
H n Med the-., naa m i OCl'Mttoil for the
I'ouit of Ipaetll to intervene in any
.'ae. unlvai I' Mi ulio.vn that th" prn-
edura t Ilia lower court wag aoaalton
kblfl at law,
Keplylng 10 Iblg, Xollne arguatl thai
i,. . it di n. .Hi witlon oonrlalBoiig nrars
ihialned kl i tdlanapolla w-aa "vacua
and Inadvuiiala," and thai the ,r, ige of
the lower court khauld not invf alloweS
tlU' taws id main of ih- defrndama lu
a to t ha Jury at all.
CASTRO GETS WRIT.
Suddenly Changes Mind and
Won't Leave Country as
STARTING A FIGH
0 REMAIN HERE
Ihi. t'lprlgna asiro is not aolnji
Irate the I'l.lte.l St He. WllbOUl a Unlit
ills knnaunoad Iklantlan ot daparllni
'lUlell on i he Ainei ks lo-morrow w ent
i he liuai-'la late ih's gftarnoon wnen
big attorne began e u t prooeaStnajg
blath hla release frani Kills lata rt,
uhere he nas been h.hl evr kHlOa I
('ige H irdon FV-'fle flb'd an applica
tion for wnt of babaag orpua adih
Judge Holt in Me Federal ro irt, Tha
writ w-aa dlraoiad to 'mn:nlaj,ona:' ol
mmlgrktlon vVilllaina. nd .1 iige if oil
ardarad Ibal Castro ba brougbi nafora
hint lo-uiorrow The bttrdan 'hen will be
Bill upon the ijo.enmient n aunw cauag
why it abauld lanUnua to bold Caatro
1..4(al aelinn nn tle part o 'astro waa
a surprise to official, It bad been ex-pe-ted
that be would make a fight ba
fore a rpe'-'ai InvaatlaaUna, rammigalan
in his effnrt t . get Into th" ronnlry, but
thla expe.tatti.u was d'ssitited by bis
hitnaunaad daiermlnatlon lo laavg qulal
ly wlfhnui ftirthfl prolaot'
The a-rll was r.sk1 fol on tha gi 'ind
that f'kklro had tieen den'rd (be tight
to consult counsel.
l.aw.er Rattle, a."ned villi 'In out
order, elai:rd kl oine be Kll'a 1. im 1
lo serve It Upon 1 onini! taloner Willlauig
at the Hallerv be found t ie larri'hogl
tied up b. the fierce gak N'.. rnw ioal
rouM He In Ibg atorui in I Mi riattli
statle.1 on a hunt for a Itlfboai apla'ti
wuy waa wlU.ua w tnavaa UM uif
NEARLY HITS LINER;
REID S BODY HERE
North Dakota Narrowly Es
capes Ramming Oceanic i
in Dense Hog.
GUNS BOOM A REQUIEM.
British Cruiser Natal Anchors '
in North River; Body
Big gun, aoaindlng the Ambassador',
salula boomed a requiem Ihl, afternoon
as eight blue-hloused man-u -waramen
lifted from the deck of tiie British ar
mored irkkjgr Natal the bortv of White
law Held, late I'nlled State Am -aasa
dor to JCngland. and reverently lowagkd
It overalde to the feet of a Ale of ma
rine, on a leaser funeral a hip- a naval
tug nestling alongelde the rrulaer.
Nineteen tlmea the t annnn roared, at
Intervale of one minute, carrying to the
ally the meaeage that the Natal s race
acroaa the Atlantic waa ended The Bat
teries of tha 1'nltad Stat,, battleship
FetsrMa. of ttia WHMtt aq.iadYon, and
of tha Ngtal apat friendly, auleinn fire
at aach other alternately until the aalute
The Hrltlah funeral ship and its Amer
ican earnrt reached the anohnrage In the
North I'lver, hetaeen Nlnety-agrii and
One Hundred and First atreete, after a
tog-bound, lulling Journey up the hay,
that twice cume to a full atop with
ancho-s o eralde.
Thrnugh Ambrose Channel the Natal
; ' rept. with a New York pilot aboard.
! the ahltg Urltish war flajj, Lowing the
! rosa of St. OgafaTk 'n na coiner, at
' half maat and the Alttarlcan ensign
I droOplna from the main truck. Kol-
lavlna bar. at a dlttanca of aix "hip,
j lengths, whs the United State battle-1
I a ip l-'hit ida and In-hind the Florida '
. was the Norm liakoia. The destmy-
ra Drayton, Koa, MoCall and Paald
ing liriMigbt up the rear.
FOQ DELAYS ARRIVAL OF FU,
! So baavy was i li . - fog du-mt Hi's
part of the Journey t tut hg ped of
I iIia in.', was re. tin. l l.v newaaaltv
In a funereal paa, Ai 'Quarantine th..
S'ortb Daatota'a aMaarg and men and
dtnly aiw before thank a looming hu'k.
!; wa the wiuie star Itnar Oaaanla. l
author. A whistle niew. volcea shnit
gd siiaip cominanda and. In the Blab of
lime, the i nurse of tbl hallleauip waa
a letei und she lllppad hack into the
fug WllbOUl go mn.' i aa aiTiip.iiR the
-i.ie of the Unar.
The word thai the Natal, heralded for
I dys. was at last on her wa up the
river brought an Immanaa i COWd 10
' the Buttery seawall.
But the tog na-- danag thai Rear
Admiral l'1-ke, eommandlnl the escort-
ti- aquHdron, thouaht H Bakl 10 kBOhOI
j .iff Tompblnevllle, After an hour's wait
' h got the funeral ship Undei av again.
only to drop anobor onoa mora bafam
,ha had prt idad a ball' unit-.
Before the takrlnl Of the Jrale the fog
looatnad and kBOlber attampl was made
' to reach the knotiorai. Th - time the
Mineral Meet, ttaamlng found '
poegrblt to pro gad
aft nniii lhay reai he.i tha an borate,
SERVICES TO BE AT CATHEDRAL
OF ST. JOHN.
From the dai k of ihi naval "ig the
,,t aim i .i k i n into a launch and son
icved tabuia. Kaoorled by a ma lag
, mid. the eighteen pall learera marched
to the Cathedral of S John Ibe In
line, at Amtrdam avenue and One
Hundred ann Twalfth gireet, There
pedal guard ol IWtnl) mgrlnai 'ouk
thalr Boats to ramaia unit IHia funaral
I -g1ns to-llini ion.
Praaldanl Taft. garonipanted b eire.e
tar of State Knox, olbar L'ablnai offi
, e a, Ambaaaadar Jamaa Rryvg and
mamnari f the plplomatli torpa, kill
bate Wellington to-nifhi to attand I
funaral Tba tiuvarnor.Oaaeral of cap.
j adg the inike of i-'onnaudit will ne
raprasantad by his mUlMfi aide, . oi
. I. lil"r
i mk u" elm m ' f Broad
H i) fur. It.i cUl X' Opp 'ri. o i
H itldlni 1 hlfhaai n ttia world i, will aji
today and Ha irda ini balano ol
thi'ii Man'a v na hi Muita atw Ovar
I ioata nn hlai'i. thlboi fa"(i itti
biowua atid otrl. nit sad woratadai 1 1
ii1'' finih tie if mi. oinai a tor a i
I II. lt Slllt't'l.i. I r 1 a tit Am dl.il aftlura4aii
JANUARY 3, 1913.
TAKES FIRST STEP
FOR THE ARREST
Chairman Pujo Plans to Have
House Issue a Peremptory
WATCH KEPT ON HOME.
Billings Denies That Million
aire Sailed on His
WAJtHINdTON. Jnn .1 "--fhalrm in
I'ujo ha, sailad the Monty Truit In
vestigating Committee to meet to-tnor-rotv
lo plan way, '.o iiiptiire William
rtockefeller. The reanll may he a ertl
Beatiofl of the facta to ht Kautt. with
a request thai a peremptory attachment
be '.Bene I by resolution charging bt
on millionaire with ContgRVPt. Sudi an
attachment would give Ihe Sergeant-'it-Anna
of tha Houae tUtbOfity to forcibly
aalsa the pet eon of Mr. Rockefeller '
and bring him to h ngton
Mr. Pujo Ig in lined to doubt the
story that Mr. RoekaXtlUr had left ihe
country. Al rluea jo thy hereabout
of Mr. Rockefeller will be run down.
OFFICIALS SAY; HE
in'. .rotation reach. d The Kvenlng '
U.ir ,. to-day from a BBUret I loae lo Ihe.
I'.. . i Congreaebuial COmtnltttti Itiveatl-:
tat .g th Money Trust, that William.
Rockefeller I, lu New York Cilj From
the same aatlfCB cams Ihe luformnt.nn
that Mr. Ilockefeller, alarmed and
chagrined by the wide publicity attend
ing iha ,eiiHtlonal vigil which Bar-geHnt-at-Arma
Itlddall of 'he House of
Repreaentatlvea has ealnbliabed aleiut
hla manalon at Fifly-fourin street and
Fifth avenue, is arianglng thio.ui.i
BOUBaal to accept ae, rlct Ol the lull
poena which lo- iihs been dodglnt for
moie ihati two moutlia.
The KvaaltVS World s informant an.1
Invattlsaton in the employ of 4eraeanta
gt.Arma Hidden a mat Mr li.e kefelli r
ta nol in Bermuda or cnilKlnt In douth
art water, on C K. U. Billlngs'a ygcht
y tntdlf. The c.lrciiinat.intial a count of
Mr. Ilockefellei'i. movementa aent from
BrunaWtabi Ha., ig not ciwllted by Mr.
Rlddtlli a ho has Bfdtrad bU guar.l, lo
remain on duly at the Rockefeller man
alon. A cable dtt kttoh from Hamilton, Ber
muda, Mils afternoon said neither Will
iam Rookaftlltr nor the yaoht Vanadla.
on which he waa reported to have
Balled) had arrived there.
The big squad at deputy Sergeanta-at-Arma
of Ihe House and private dett -Uvea
which waa placed around th"
home of Mr. Kockefc-ller ami the ad
joining home, of hi, aona-in-law, lr
David H. M 'Alplit and M.u , ellua Mart
ley Dodft on Monaai night, win not
be Withdrawn until It la definitely a-
otrtalnad thai Mr. Raokafallai la aiae-
where llainaoaked, cold, hut not ll
couraged, th" watchers all, k lo their
points of lantag from whlcti every
exit from the HnnUerellr home or the
houae, adjoining in Knat Fifty-fourth
,treel ant Fifth avenue are visible.
"According to the heat Inform itlon In
my poaaaealon." aald Mi. Bidden, at hla
haadquarteri In the Maitlnluue Hotel
I taay, "Mr Rookafallar is still at hi,
home. No, ISI Fiftlt avenue I do not
pig e BonAdaaCt 'tt the report that Mr
Re keTel et sailed away from Jabyll
Island off t ie (jeorgia coast on New
Vear a iuv, but I have ttfo dttaOtlV'SS
doe' i there to ISt at the truth
"1 rata' 'hat on New Tear' morn
ing tt wua pal Ively platad In some
newspapers the! Mr. Ilocl.efeiler waa
at hla son s home In Oreenwich, Conn.
VI at llory as even more i. lrciir.istan
t.al loan llu repo t ivim n comas from
Brunswick, 'la, aaioit Mr Bocktftlltl
having Had o raobt Wall, Mr.
Rockefeller M not at UrttnVlOb on
New Year', Day and I don't el.ee lie
wst at Jtbyll island on that day tltbl '
"I annul liellt-e I tat eien Wlillam
Rockefeller aoold flse from tbt Cnl's'l
-itatea to 'he a' e.rer o' an KnK.iah oalony
tush aa Bermuda to tvold lubpotat lo
Bpptar before i n' lubwOanitnitiBB al
Bank, and CommtrCI of toe llouta tf
Ittprattnttilvat Mr Hooksfsllsr't
phyilcltni aa tbt SOlS leaa.ni bs n
aiouied servlet for itveniy0Bt Uayi la
oei auae be I a alck man
"T . en li doesn't Ml Bo sefeller a'
' ept ttrvlct an I p.'o- ee I to Bt8ks '
; ex use in Ihl regular aaj.' iVitainl)
tCyUajitt, tab JAaaWM - .
" Circulation Books Open to
GREAT RAILROAD MAX '
WHO DIED SUDDENLY
IN THIS CITY TO-DAY
i nuo ci t-KK.
HEAD OF RAILROAD,
IS FOUND DEAD
Former President "t Chicago,
Milwaukee and St; Paul
Boswell Miller, Chairman of th" Board
if director, of the chicuk", Mltwauhaa I
and SI. I'a.il Hallway, was found dead
In h. bed In hla home. No n Baal
Sitty-aecund stiet. to-day. Mi Millar
had basn III and under tn cur of pay
1 slcians fur tome time, though aide a
I keep ofDcs hours trth his usual ad
1 haranot to routine
I At :t B'tlach this mo ning a maid.
undir InttrUCtlont from Dr. Tlndrill of
I No IX Kunl Kifti-fuuriu strati, en
' tared Mr Miller', room to give him
niealiclne ilhe found the millionaire
and railroad prealdant dea.1. Kr. M. Al
Itn BtkrVi with whom Dr. Ttmlall waa
aaaoclatd. waa called to the house and
said that Mr. Miller had died of a
atrokr of apoplexy aotne time trefore.
As Mr Miller had been In the care ur
the phyalOtBni for aome time Nr. Starr
did riot regard th, ,hhi. aa BOB for th
I coroner's a'tlon, and tvi notice was eeut
' lo tin. aut ..oritiea. 'ormier Kelnberg,
who made Inquiries asban toid thai Mr.
i flller had died auddenly, accepted th ,
; Boawill Millar heg.in the career
, which made blm one of the dominant
railroad melt of the I 'nlted Stub s ae a
; drug clerk li Auburn. N. Y He waa
ham in Hartford, i'a . stsiyatna years
By rata Bumiat irtd upon in iki
Mr. Miller snltttad In Ihe Third New
York rtllleiv tnd "na aeri.ee In Vlr
I gtnla and Boittb Carolina throughout the
I war lie aa mUktafSd '"it a, a ' ap-
i teiii and bauams ons Bf Clan Burnsldtt'l
aides in ihe contiructlan af the Cairo
a. id ,n ei, lira raad Ha was made aa
Blatant to tbt tuaarlnlsndtnl wbtn that
I road was pat In operation. When It waa
sold lo "i" Waaaah tyttanji Mr Mui-r
! boat tfl g" kith 'be dhlcaBO and Weat
: em Indians aa 1 e-I'resldent and
I Treasurer. After a year he went to
i In- Chicago, Milwaukee and St Bail
as assistant la lbs 'ieneral Manager,
I w torn hB soon succeeded
WUh Menard- Mitchell, una of the
I plonsgri Of S'OrlhWaSttrn rallroaiUng,
Mr Mlllw oraanltad a raad a bleb, with
tit, irtblltarlts became the greatest
-, iroad u tha world in point lof alt la
,k.. Hs itnaad tbt Bl Pa ill baaelajliar
' tei a of the Vt ester li I Ul is 'Ol tick e.igiBe
..r is road Ir person and shook th,
yateni logstbtl la tuob an extent that,
In ii own worda "M you 'epp4 st
t ,a con of a tWll hman In Milwaukee
.on Would Ittl a el from the atttlon
age.it a Yanal.ui. SI. U ."
Mr Mille' h.i. aoie T'rend'i.' of the
st Paul I" I'll ie aontlnusd '.nthat
offing ttf'S'll liars nH SSm, to New
Y i k aa htlrmth f Mia board in
i Ms iti rli i In kJ Mat :
I . . i -e ' : .i.e. r a at' .'hi, ago TWU kOBi
a aaeajuvsi ae, trait nana,
win 9 Am
fpsas : !f .
m Wh. .:., I I
64-MILE WIND WRECKS
VESSELS IN THE BAY;
CREWS ARE RESCUED
Men on Tug in Distress Saved by a
Ferryboat Four Barges Crash
Into Battery Seawall and
One Is Sunk.
THREE DISTINCT STORMS
LEAVE RUIN OVER NATION
Gale Rips Mast Off
River Pier Crew Abandons
Tug and Barges.
The riuriiu-; sou "east Sirmrt nWrMrtt; up fta? coast fillfd the Bay
with such a winJ this afternoon that every half hour hrurht a new
Story ot' wrevk ind tlie near approach of trageJy among; the fleet of
the hallow wtttt vesels.
A! one time ibere were no lesa than three tugs in dire distress in
diiierent purls ol Ihe Has between llie Haitery and Staien Mand. The
craw of one fouieJering t njc. with the exception of the white-headed oil
kipper .nivl I wo nho viwk with him, were taken nit by the Staien
Island fcnytXNrl Bronx, noiher lug be.an to fill within one hundred
arda of llM lerr building ai the
waiei with hci gunwales almost
FIT OF INSANITY
VVedemeyer of Michigan, WTio
Lost Reason at Panama,
WASHINGTON, Jan. I neproaenta
tHe William W. Wedemeyer of Ann
A roiir. Mich, who auddenly went In
sane al OaltaPJi I'annma, at the time of
Hrealdent Taft'a recent visit to tha
Isthmus, jumped overboard last night
from the New York-Panama line steam
ship Panama, on which he had been
taken al Colon Hie body haa not been
The new, f Ihe Cnngreeemao a aut-
ctd was received u the War Depart
ment via wire ea, o-dnv It waa known
here I last Wedeucser aallel early yea
terday ffOBI Colon on the liner Panama
itspraas mt fir i tTsdjaanyai went to
Hie Isthmus w ith a C ongreaalonal parti
at the same t'me th" Prea'dem- vlsltad
there, tan the wivage from New Tork
ha .. . 1 1 t and waa taken rtrat to a
aamtarlum In Panama said later wa,
put In confinement la a boeplta) where
ne became vkdent and raied ,rvvu his
defeat last ele tlnn. He developed a i
BUtaatSl lendenos and waa clnaely
Wedemeyer a tlajt frlSBdB atl that
a few day t berfure leaving for the lath-
,n ie he fell and a.r irk hi, hea I on an
h? atdeaalk tt was not raSardsd a.
SSriOViti end did nor deter him from
gains "'a Congi SttloaaJ party.
tVtdtnitytr wsa Ih'rty-nlne )eare old
and uad served one term In tne llousa
Por s lime he aerved aa Hutted state,
Conaul ai Uen. getown Hrltlah QuJtkaV !
Al the lame time that news wss re-
ftived here of Wedemeyei ' death hie
".leagues in the llmiae recavd a -she'
fi..n P. nam thai the Bipieaentallte.
w is en toots nere
IsndaJlli He was
n i iut-1
PRIOR ONI CENT.
Lighter at North
Mattery and was warped to smooth
When thai fr-vhaat Brtrnx. Pawl.
I ieeih Bktltb commanding, waa .round
frmn St Heorge to Manhattan on her
110 o'clo k trip Iter ofll ers heard faint
whistles of dlstresa corning down agaln-t
the wind from a wallowing tug oSj in
Sba direction at Robin's Reef. Tae lug
SttBVltd on ihe point of turning tartn .
such a 11,1 is port l: bad; tha crew
siuld he seen on the l khouse with
Ufa peaoervera etrapped about their
SKIPPER R-fpuSIS TO LE AVI
rapt farn 1th turned the Bronx, and bv
delicate majilpula,t-in maraaged to ge'
hie unwtsMly crsrt on the windward
aids of tha tug. which proved to be Hi
Leader of Newark The Bronx waddled
alongakia arid lowered a ladder, but th'
aeaa wars so high none of the crew of
the dlaavhled Leader ,la re. I mill abe
Jump to tlie ladder
PI Baity, after long niantr-olatlnn. an I
while g the paaeentere on the Hronx
n.w.led the rail to ltnea the atrange
pheniamemm of a ehlp rescue In the
bey. a gangplank waa thrown from the
Hronx to the deck of the tug. All of
rhe crew but ('apt. McKson and tw
men a deckhand and a BaBhtr BCUrrttd
acroaa the plank.
The hoary-headed old captain, wha
has bean on the hay for twenty i eara.
refuged to leave hla boat. From the
pilot houae he ahouted that he would
beach hi, craft somewhere on the
ftaten liland shore iVItn tne two men
who remained locally by him djiwn In
the 'I.hi 11 flreronii, Cept. MeKeon
Wsvs (he algnsl for full apeed ahead
and the wounded tug llmpad off toward
the shore, listing so heavily Ibat It
looked a, If each eucvsedlng
imuld overwhelm hea.
TUG It SAVED WHEN IT SEEMS
ABOUT TO SINK.
Juar as the Bronx was drawing sjagV
ellp at the Battery with tna flv.-
reeiiied eallor, a'-rc I. another thrllMn
epectacta of a tug In dlatrea, waa offered
the paaaangers. The big tug Trannfer
Vo . of the New York. New Hsin
and Hartford line, bonnd down Kavt
River, tried to netotlate the turn at the
Battery and look on heavv aeaa every
nitnue. The tug Wbtttlsd for seslstan.,
but there wga none at hand except Ota
Rronx and the big ferry did not dare ta
manoeuvre an near the slip.
When about 1 ho feet off the ellp
where the reienue cutter, tie up Hie
tus eeemed op the point of foiindertn.
Men on the edge of t.is dock toed
Hnea lo nei and - ill's aha pulled In
Ihe I'Hhlea and
uulet water tf '
na drawn into tha
a slip bead Ie tne revg-
bus cujjtarv, TJtaa Uaa jyiaaajgt
aia,UjMUati!lav JMIfta aiU 4
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