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V Panther Arrives in Cuba, All on Board Are Safe
NIGHT CIW Mpt flMQilg.
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PAID IN FOUR YEARS BY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
WWI Street s "Big Man" Baker I
Tfk RanW Rlv nf Porn-oni
Run br "Hiippy Family."
relaton to chase.
Mk ' 14 1 A frnirri rf I irtr in
a. - - .y
hy tte Interest of First National
Securities Co. a Dodger.
.WASHINGTON. Jn. I. New York
jJMM native "money baron." Oeone Y
'hta, Chairman of the Board of I
Director of the Flret National Rank,
xhrtner Of J r. Morgan and trute
rn banking aui retread compute
, Of hue raeourceei waa lha atar wit
Mi to-day before ba Mo u y Trust
CfvAOaltto. Baker la known aa the
"aottve Morgan' of Wall atreet He
to. paid to be Morgan personlnroti.m
aiwc1ar dowJtnetloii. Ailing two
atjaea of the magnate since the tait-ir
H'Oal retlwtaant from tail a busl
naaa. alasy'icall'd bWl "Wl' street'
tCpMoxaraa artspttag exlstm e of a
Money TrOst a inuci r mere v:al
tbaa aboa'a raeaatly given nn the wlt-
l atind by alnrtfaa hlmaalf er -
from Kaker. Ttra wltrteea to
control the aoererful Banker
Coraoanr ef WW Tort, aiMext
of the Viral National Mann.
also -VoU-ie- trustee" In chart"
tst many Moraan interest, aqd is
credited with domination of a ilant
Ufa Inaurauce company.
It. Baker, a lare. ftor.d uan. wlth
btartiy gray side whiikrrs. waa accom
lisjajl by former Senator John C.
Mtair, hie aStornry. ho o.-.-uind
aaaViiearby. The bank president tot
bAlr-Jander hla dlreollom the Flint Xs
HODfl nk had frown from a SMU.0W
ution in "w ' " w
bl in vm and paid M.M0.0M dlrV
pariaar this OoMaad. 9aka
MM a dloidsad of IW
Hslarsl x fowr yean
ha owasd mors thaa
sf ka Chase aransaiai
tSrtereat Is aha Chase
TO 00 MINIM
taM M ska omanlmatlon oi
W fetaB .Coaapam. with a
at f Bl-WajK iWiioh holds the
0( vewloua hawa IMo'ltnuai inr
Th iiJUy ws ..rtamsea.
do baatasas wmleli the Qov
aeni alaliaad tha Bans act
. v.'.tiftnal Bank to do.
(jjamosjht etacka of other banks la
aha Interest el tna nrei neiune.. ,
Si .tZ hanker. "Thasa stodts and
etnek were twrwed aer tol
Mnirtty Camaay. Tha- Ttwaasjfr
2tment pasted to the bank car
ZZTl and Other slock. So
Tajnaaa wis wwa ta as
if-yatJawsd pit raurfj-
TAKE A TRIP
r- ik. aanama Canal.
To th, Bwrgladti of rTorMa.
to th oripia frovej of ICaWorulh,
IX aba lowlhsra cotton IK'dl,
fo madlcmil iprinn 1
hunt blc lam In Mt,rt'
to oril counUUi.
To Had out th belt pUcc to sprad
1 OIT A WUB COTY -DAY Of
WINTER RESORT GUIDE
Tour for rh aiklnf iny of rht
toMewlni World offices
use, woria " -
in hat tan. . . ,..
5?n Office. 2 Washlnaten dtreet.
m 'tWiea. Ut W..t IIMk Mrm
M Otnoa, tiu new.
aa 1 1
a tka sAaak
mm ka4 aay
OKI CSNT. ft ?T,ft.,Sjr- IIW TOM, THUSSOaT. JAXVABT t, 10 fAOIB
T-Jir: it- a . l t i .. . I em . -V - - , . i , i iiiitatnr t - - n
DA MTUCD 0 A f f
M 1 1 ILIA 4.
WITH HER CONVOYI
Reports Arrival This Afternoon'
at Cuban FoK to the
WASHINGTON, Jap. The naval
repair nhjp I'anth.T, for whoao aafsty
ft ar were fait reported her arrival at
Ouantanhrao this nfternaow.
Earlier In lha dhy fear -for tha
fanther had baan allaad by tha re
port of the arrival at Buanjaramo of
the naval tut Hotapma, which had sailed
with her from New York laat Tliura-
i ne ttonorna bad bacomo tafaratad
from tho Pantiaw, durtBt -th SUM
four or five dayso aj qkal 'oesesd
" iMvm tiviif.
FOR DRUNKEN CHAUFFEURS.
SeiiaU Bill PMMd ToDfty Mak
f'enahy for intoxication While
Driving Year in Jail.
ALBANY.' Jan. IWrirlnt nacesalty far
immediate a-tw Majoiltv latader Ro.
ert F. WatweT to-day had the State
Senate paas fVn.ttor rttatjbrald'a Mlk
under nhlr'i dl-utkkrii i-r.au ffsure. who
apeod In New York City may be eent ts
me vo-anuse. v
t'n.ler thu law. aa it now stands, only
a nns or un rxceaaius tz ma be lm-P0B.-.1
Under th law, a Senator f Itz
truld'a bU chant II. It will i. pol
blc lu impose up to a year' unprlauti
monk' or a Ane up to avi, or both tlse
GIVES UP HER TITLE RIGHTS
TO MARRY ARMY OFFICER.
Archduchess Elenftore Got Consent
of Austrian Eatperur t Wed
IJeur. Von Kloss.
VIENNA, Austria. Jan. Tba Arch
ducbeis LlUnuore. eldeat dauahtaf of
Auchduk Karl Htephan. by her ma r
rlafe to-day to an Auautan naval ot
ver. Lieut von Kloss. rsnoswoad alt th
dltnltlsa ana trlMieana.coonaeaad with
her rank.' The ceremony w a par-
formed at Say ousch, la
of UallcU. and waa a H'it ssTnlr
wnica wwiy vae mmen
fwmlllaa ws .preMtH.
Th Archduha. rho la
yeara old. was first
the eonsoat- of tha
Joseph aha of bar paraata.
$240,000 BAR. BONOS
FOR TVEIT0 AND CLANCY.
Money Raised in San Fraiicfsco for
I Release of I wo of the Goiv
f MAN kman.-WO Jan. I. -Ball bond
In b sum of ajeMM for 4 be rrleaae Of
Olaf.A. Tvaltntoe and Kuarn. Clancy,
tba caavlcted dynamite uonaplratore sea-
tented to alx years In the Federal prison
at Ue&vrnworrh. Kan., waa accepted
lien. t-day by the VnHed ejtate IHa
Tvcitmwr waa Piealdanl of the Astat.u
Kvilual.m I.cmu" ujid rhvratary of tha
Catifurnea Ralldlna YVadea Cmm-ll.
wh h SMmlslti'd tl.c bonds thrthiali P,
II. MaCarfhy. prestdant of Che council
snd former Mayor at Sail rranclauo,
Clancy was formerly an oBlcer of the
Ktruotural Iron WorkartT Union. Thai
a-ofcrninat chartad Tkeltmoe with hav
Int financed the iynamltlnt of th.- Los
AntHes Times bn.ldlnt by James B.
"BARNUM OF GRAND OPERA."
Jamaa at. Br k. counsel .u Kdward
T. ftotasliuiy, Clillade'phla baukei. an n.
nil)t Up In a suit rir.IV.MD ataanst
Osar Wimmerstaln lfocs Judge Mayor
in thu i n tea male TJirtrft
dar, called Mr. Ilatmrst
altera tm. .. I
Tl- m ! th Ana
Wife Who Left
Because of "Sex Antagonism
HELD HERE FOR
Samuel S. Hatt, Albany Attor-j
ney and PhUanthropist, Is Ar-1
rested for Grand Larceny.
of the I
t'hnrrh In Albany, and a lawyer of wide
practlre In the handtnt of eitalc. w.-.r
arreated to-day at Bretlon Hall, road
way and KUthty-alxth .street, on a benuli
warrant drawn in Albany and chart
Int hm with t'nd ktrcwo m.ihe'tlrst
Oetectlve Sertesnt Julin J Heed of
Albany, who made the arrest, with
Lieut, Ueorate Mtpcnteh of Head
quarter, said nharfia of tho diversion
of fwnda fratn aataass and UutltuttoM
muMO were walttaa atainat
ny laarrar In th capital city
Hatt'a arrrat wvteld cause a asasttlon
m Albany, 'the detective said, because
of tho prl saner reputation as a re
former and atdlantbroplet. t.
The warrant upon wui.-n Halt was
krrosted was swvrn to befnro Judte
Oaorte Addmtton of Hensaalaer Coun
ty on Jan. 7 aad thla action renewed
Tho disappearance of Hatt front Ills
borne on Hlata street. In the Pine Mil
action of the city, on, Dec. M, TbJ
Was after hie removal from the position
of trnstee and cminael of th Austin B
Kwbee eetate and hie lefiieal to answer
a aumroona io appear tierore the Hu-
prcme Court and make an a'cuuntln
of th estate funda.
Tha .'"tale of the lsrte Atistln H. Mb-
bee. who died only July IT, MM
I ald I
lo j a larte on. Hatt. one or th
triMieea and aounaal far th aetata un
der tine terms of Lhe aill, oontlnurd I .
that ekpactty until his rsraoval and the
application before a court for an to
cauntlnc. fillatt admitted to-day lo the Albanv
detortlv that securities ts the value
of IIOS.OO) were mlaai.ig from the eslut,
jut he declared thay had beta stoHi
ffPL4 f. . Tt.WSh
Ilea were sinreaalsterd. h ald. snd then -
fore unaJe to be traced.
Hatt is t.realdeni and trustee a .,.
AlUany Hume of Khelter ror Wwywanl
Girls. He le as Id to bav.i dlvsrtej (to.- i
ouo from I'.le insliiitioii. T ic slioriaae ;
In ths Shi'I.th estate, of which lie Ih
truatee and cmnsrl, I saiil to be c
'The Albany lawfrra was In the com
pany of Mrs. J. 31. C a ...:i he was
ON A SOAP BOX AT
East Orange Hue and Cry
Ends in Capture of
The "Peeplnt Tom" whoae prowllata
Bapilatlhava cauaed a teneral drawtnt In of
jahuttera and pulltnt down of
in Mast ttrsnte. N J., after nlthtfall
for the lant two weeki was revealed
In the police i nurt there .vday as Wal
ter Relter. twenty fc ,r yeara old, a
senior In the Cornell Medical School,
qnoe' a'ntar end of tho Oranpa HUjh
Ichool a football team, tho aon of a
ealthy New York I neural toe man aad
doe of Uir most popular members of
rihe younter aootal aat In tba Jersey
I aubarw .....
i Complaint", have been pouring In an
the Eaat Oranpa polio . lately from
persona who latnentad tha oiara
havlnf wtavdowa in their hoaaaa. -tftte
men pre part nf to retira has
frlg-hUned Into hyatarlqa by
on tho window pa nee of thstf
and Irate buahaada have aft up
Into the nttht with shotguns
Most of all Mra. Henry Jordan Jr . an
eaceadlugly pretty young matron. auf
frrc 1 from the attentions of th paaper
Time and ataln he fiund some new
wav to pt a (limps Into her room
-when she had drawn the ahadea. Mr.
Jordan ' P to watch for tho peeper
w.ti. a loaded repeating rifle, but didn't
have a bit of lieck.
Last sight Itetectlv Wende( and Po
Itcemaa Walker were satit to watch tha
Jordan hoaae. Thoy hid In ths shadow
oi a irroae ano auiiriieu ours Joruan s
wlndva.- At midnight' ah antered hsr
room. This time she did not draw down
I tha shad. As she walked about the
I roam a figure slid out of, th shadowa,
! calmly piacsd s soap bofc a tha around
' nut aide the, winlo.v, which la on ths
first floor, and climbed upon it.
Tha, aotle..tnai dragged him down and
lolf hlm mf tbe aotcty lawn. J'heti
Walkaf Masbe.l a iaip and .e.-ogajxed
. .. . . ' "
Mllr w w,,n h' 'thr '
resldanca at No. Ml William street.
In an ezvluslv.. sectlou of the euburb.
rtvltrr con(essHl thai lie had oeen the
sole cauf oi im fecomg Tom alarm
Hell, i- waa In eooet to-da
when hie son
M.ii; eir..-- Not! en a charge, of (lleor
dsrly conduit. Hs wrote a -check far
- . .4tha aaaaunt of bo
SUT AGAINST WIFE
i ' Jl4.w jJtliar' -it'-' v ' A
Uwb Stone Gives An Unusual
' Reason for His Marital
WERE HAPPY 14 YEARS.
Naming Two Co-respondents, i
He Declares He Hopes for
Her Future Happiness.
TwIk ft Ston. widely known In Prls. .
Ml. Lout and this city as an artlat of
taiant. a designer, critic snd daalsr In t
art gaoda. snd whoae local studio Is
at No. M Weal Twenty-eighth street,
has lost his wlfo, hs ssys, through
"sex antagonism" existing between
thorn. Me la now aulng bar for divorce.
They were married, happily a thay
twill supposed, far fourteen ysrs be
fara thay dlaoovsrod that "sex antag
onism" had alweye existed, and that It
waa rending thorn apart. That waa two
yearj ago. Laat ajptmbr MfB, Plane,
herself aa artists af many yaara' study
In ths boat atsttara of Pari. uddtny
dlsappsared from their horn at Ho.
HM Park avenue, taking with bar the
your-fjaet of their thre chtmron
iror tw 4tninths tha artist searchsl
for hi wU and Anally, through th )
trvaUoa af a lawyer, who follow fic
tion tlaao aloMly In hla detective abili
ties. Mr: Stan found hla wile living
with har mother and ths tklld in a
fwtvaiag houas at W i rhiry.
kawt eifpet. Two met. hol Mr
ptoas nam a co-rspndsnU in ' th
suit against hit ls, war llvlnr with
Mra. tkona sud har mother as member
af th family.
HUSBAND HAS NO OldMRK rOR
These two men, whose aMqualntanos
ftikh Mra Plans began In Part, and
who se said to bo wealthy man of
tho world, ar Leonard Paaaono who la
Mil in tha city, and Harry Waahlngton.
aaw la Japan.
"If yioroaoo lovaa Mr. Paaaano." says
the artist husband, "I hope ha loves
her, too. Thea she will bo well taken
care of. I have Be Idea of veageano: I
simply hop for some email share cf
bapplnssa tar her out of the wreck of
Mr. Step told to-day the whole tory
of a iwmanoe begun In tha rpoy light
of Bohemia and shattered in the gray
fog of conjugal InfsUolly. Ha explained
Me views on that 1 "sex antagonism"
wbloHv bad served to eunder the bonds
between himself and his wife after three
children had come to cement the onion.
Me did thla dtspaaslnnstety, seriously,
Itha a man who would aet up danger
sttntls over th (hoe hi In the uncharted
marital sail track for others to read.
He himself believes ha has plumbed the
shawl which wrecked him.
ROMANCC or THE PARIS LATIN
"Florence and I ware children to
gether In at Louie, " he pagan. "Ws
plpyod tPgethar; wa laved soon other
with tha atmplo Irmooonos af chUaV
hoad. Than, aa wa grew elder, slr
auawtanoos aeparated SO. I aaptrsd to
So an artlet and aa I had nethlap to
wish far la tha way of a up port dur
ing my etudias, I want to Parla
"Thsr. In (he careloae. rollloklng life
of tho Latin Quarter, I met my old thud
hood sweetheart Hhe waa gio'vn lb a
beaMMifal young wuman, a is I n wd.
rarely Intelligent young woman rhe
st aPadylng art tea.
"fltie had suttors galore, did Florence
I threw-myself Into tha contest for her
and, I won hsr. Ws were married there
in Paris with all of our lolly cisipanluns
of tho Quarter to wHoase the ceram iny.
That waa In IBS.
"W continued our atudlea tagafl.er
for about a year and a ttatf otter oar
marriage. Wa loved each other vary
much; I ant Pur of that now, aa I look
baeB over the years. We worn as happy
aa two young levers could te
"Than I returned to St. Louis. and
rt her there to continue her studies,
cording to her paastonate WMXh. Then,
after a time, the came to live with me
la It I .out. W were happy once more.
W were happy two year there flh
painted all the while, but aoeomplletied
lltrl. for whMe she tied great talent,
she had absalutoly no tena.lty. Mh
etartad a hundrad ilaiua and nevw
rrniehed one of thorn.
'After that we divided our lime
(Continued ou fourth Page
L ImU letVIS B(
INK at THL
wso mw em um
MRS. GOULD BROKAW
GETS $5,000 FOR HER
Clubman's Wife Asked M
15,0W) to Pay Uwjb
She Musi Employ
Jejatias Aapkaall in tha toiaBIji dh
r rente fonrt to-dy grentad to WB
Mary Blair Brohaw M.PM bf tho IB.PR
he tod abod to cover th cost of swing
WllMapi eaild Brokaw. wealthy cl
man, for divorce, in eeekiaa to overt
the paynxni of her counsel teas Brokaw
pleaded that Ms income after pay Int the
IIS.PJD a year alimony provided for at
the time of their sspdrattoo m 1PB be
bas only lll.uuo far hlataaM of lbs la-
come on his estste, the ealoe of which
he pnt at PJ7f,o00. lie had reaaon to
xuapect. bealdea. be said, that hla wife
had been living economically and ball
Unrated enough of her alimony to Bat
her lawyer out of her own pocket.
Mr, nrokaw recently began her ao
ton for divorce.' She named four 00
rcapondento, anil her husband, making
counter charges, attributed throe la bar.
"THE PEOPLE'S ftOUVUr
AT ALBANY USED TO BE
THE EXECUTIVE MANSION.
Gov. Sulzer Reveals the Pact in
Telling of Invitation to Presi
ALB.VNY.'jaji. I. -The executive nU
on mil be known aa "The BeepWe
Housr" during the Bdnilntstratleo of
Oov. 'Hulier. Ths nw natto '
mansion developed to-day trpaa ' akp
Oovamor anounrd h would ontsrtala
ths Prealdenttal lector wpo root
Monday at tha "People's' House.
"Do you man tha Kxsoutlvs
Ion?" tie waa aPfeed. "Tee. that Is the
people tiouao," the Oovemor rtptlad.
Charles t". Murphy, leader af Tom
many Mall, la ah leotor. Among tho
Oovemor'e eaMere to-day waa Tbeataa
P. multh, aecratory ..f Tammany.
NAVY YARO WORKERS SEND
DEMANDS TO WASHINGTON.
Delegation Confers This Attemoon
With AssHtarrt Seaerary Beek
WAPHINOTfiN. Jan . Bepreoeslta-
ttvss of the dtssatlsfled workmen at tho
Hrooklyn Navy Yard .conferred thla
afternoon with Assistant Secretary of
the Navy Beekman Wlntnrop. It a
understood that a formal demand waa
made thai the 113 orals of wagon ha
rationed this year. A MM of 10 par
ent. In wagee Jan 1 caused a throat to
Mr. Winthrop Intimated that tha Navy
Department waa not worrying over the
threatened strike. He further hinted
that lu asa of a atriks there would be
i iii.iigh to '.ii iv on the work, and that
If the men did strike and remained out
alx dVya nr more they would be dropped
from the atvH service rolls.
LVCOM1NU T HAM SHI IV.
Ul K Til UAV
4rei..leu, I. -. -a
' te,a Ma (Mm
. r.illnl H
erei. aer w.
IN SECRET PLACE
Whitman's AiCt Guards Sipp and Son
From Police Influence After tikv
, ing Atlantic City Ostensibly
"aHIOHER UP" MEN -Pf JAB
Will Have "His Innings," aM
.... Pack Up
Gffoet Jury KHon on the chttpji ofoiilon awk K ,
pip we rfcjkm hotel keejajf, ifttnt rrolrriW'r3utM i
amnfgj ror Oy DtftrW-Attdrrary
a . Ahsfl StgLfa LlA
a. a.. . aa.
Qty tot FfroiRyMkV b
etty, Wr it u &Mxi
. f laawaai M Mm I
M tv. m,' mr jriVE "ABB1
ITVW BtflBTM OR
me trsdt trti to
MP turn iors anu me tut sn umtrmj rjy fjae
Ortnd Jury. MMpRt Dbb-vora
Itly tpJth WrtL ariaHpBily to kvgM off
The zppcin to e Ho doutt'lo
man that Sipp wilt return vohmtarfly sod tell hfs story to lbs
Jury.. Jm vlls rMHsuc of use coarjes aftirtst bisL LnttgnMrl bv
men on the staff of Inspector Sweeney, a stad to hsvt iiiimiiiI gym
twafetfuliMwavin flipp', nature and he fhrtlens now to taO tpaijflittf M 1
He Coritmeut on Talk of Hb
AppolntiTPitit to Omce by
1. JPPM 1a
wBiah papa sapaawr. .- .j , : ji
TaMxa BtiPBJnae ought oot to he re
garded aa ourrooey wtTH which to pay
dpbte- Thay ar neppnMMe poattiooa.
end in atftpg thorn the rwidont-eioot
srwuld lapk to the rutera and not to tba
past A prmBe ofBolxl Baa no right to
ohwrph polMeoLoawsatttop at th ax.
of th public.
aaleatod by Mr. WUsoa tor
2 toblnet ohouM be soleotod. pot be
uaa of personal service rendered, nor
evoo VsroOPe of paat psrvlce rendered
to Ih party. The indlvidoal eoants ror
little tb aowap couwta for muca A a
vldual. If ha had a proper ttotlva
far werMog. ante sxjSKleot eompaaaa-
rlop in th tnaaspn ar msas. prmcayiaa
and polletoA tig Ps pat nd the cea
se lations of offloa
YMftcea should be used p stiwngWian
tha party and to advance the thins
for which the party at an da It le pleas-
to reward tboaa who have bona
faithful, where that reward oan be given
without aaerinrteg public Interests, boa
where pact aeiertoe I considered. It M
better to eoosldsr " an asauraaoo of
future service than merely because It
has been rendered.
Th Commoner declines to discuss
Cabinet poeelbHttlee, but It venture to
express tha hope that Oov. Wilson will
b governed by a higher motive than
gnptltude lo the selection of his official
household. In other words, tba welfare
of tha party and the welfare of the
country, not tho ambitions of men or
the interests of IndlvtowaJs should
gB ' 1 PP ja-i xv t
I " -- - -- -
sredltsd o-0y WHhwra J. JgPPBa
PitXOl 091 019
HE WILL PUX V
is errepareo tor;;
SMBaf 'WBaLaVBaBr '
osve the m the ha ei
ths triad of Ohgrid-AtpW
w xn. ract that too Oaaas Jbjry ejgg pm1!
UtohPct-Altorosr (OBsataxf baa -aswwZT .
-wi u an
BU toaa J
"Twt lssmhap tho Mtto est aar
anee In New Tork eaaJraJv no
Horn. who witt
wltt me during our
aa. Howard, will to op tha
'itha haw. teflB aa,ta
bad seen a:
IP Atlantic City I
corroborate rauofa of
The myaterlonn Bbeeaatsnts at
Attorney Whitman to-day I
he la preparing to aprlggt tPtaaOBBf. ff
moment witblp a short llptgr Mr, TpMp. ,
man did oat appear at Bit oaTMo a on
ysstarday and nejbody has baas PbU at
Snd aut where he spent hJa tfapp. XJoe.
report waa that ha waa at Stag tUS .
araton talking ts ueut.
Two Diet itot -Attorney
ofaes earty to-day aad amp aoea
with hU assistant and atoaogrpgawow.
npe with whom ho held aa itMpllT
talk Vas Assistant Dtottpu IHarpay
Parklna. who drawa tho ladpRajopU, tap y
Mr. Vertiaa, after the wxafaratpj ro '
tired to Ida prrvatj otae.
Mr. WUtaoaa, after dteVMBMLS ItBK '
R nod PQfwBl -a,'lll PMPgr
wSBb T swrPp rapt. , ?, M
3SM .';jS !
oan corixxecaoAo opatf ,
y I ehall gfvo. oaM . . M
la. Ha baa a oewatre
P M father IdM
iii imiBBiiiiiiiii tovt
aa tha 'H
M . , ..ian