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MEXICAN SENATORS HUNT FOR MADERO
TO DEMAND RESIGNATION; CAN'T FIND HIM
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A. OA A W CI W S W JkJ
NEW GRAFT TRAIL OPENS
Fl
Indictment of Other Inspectors
May Be Returned With
That of Sweeney.
W ALSH STORY IS HIDDEN
Remarkable Chain of Trage
dies Follows First Graft
Revelation.
Two lndictmenta, each charging
felony, against Inspector DennU
Cweeuey have been prepared by the ;
Diatrlct-AUomey'e offlre, and will be
reported by the Extraordinary Grand '
Jury on Monday, Sweeney la the Art j
inspector of police In the blsiory ot
Vew York to be acciiMed by a Ornntl
Inry of grafting;, but. If the plana of
the District-Attorney work out, he
will not be the last.
Cap. Walsh the aef-confeod graK.
r. ban Implicated others who have
eoted aa hi euperlor in llailem In the
past five ymr- With the indktinent
of 8wenry accomplished, the Dlstrlet
Attorney'n nltu :j grill jo In ahap
l look Intn the rase! uf tho.tr wlio are
aheged to Have shared In the graft wiU
Sweeney asjg otherwise engaged.
BECKER'S $90,000 HOARD SAID
TO HAVE DISAPPEARED.
District-Attorney Whitman II reported
la liave instituted an InvantllaYtlOn of the
dlaappeiiance Of ;- tlcull) ill Of the
money, amounting m about ISO.bOO. which
waa deposited to the credit of I. e it.
Ueckei In MAM and aafa deposit vauito
whan the onaolllfia Unci ..r Herman
rtaeanthel cut short Be kef a activities
aa a "otronK-aim" ralOef Mr. Wh.t-
meii'a information t that Mm. Booker
ha been t. j'luir to raise money by moil-gag-big
'.he property la the Bronx which
uer husband accumulated a short time
.r.'.t his :ir: PMI
Since Uecker'e Conviction man;. stoi.es
have reached the District-Attorney re
lating to an alleged dl. llon of tn graft
collected ly Decker. Investigation of
near report will run along With invci
ligation of the alleged dlaalpatlon nf
Heoker's formidable hank account.
Another iiiaK In toe trail of death and
mlafortune that hai followed ihe mur
der of Hi rau Rosenthal ia furntohod
in the serious lllnraa of Hdwurd .1. Now
ell, the lawyer who 1 under IndlOfcneut
tor brlhlnK hit client. Ooorga A Slpp, to
ilee from the Jurisdiction of the local
. ourls. The IMatrlt t-Attoniey liae now
eg hla hands two men under indictment
a hose condition is ton prerarloua g
permit their arraignment la iNMIrt JfifW'
oil and Cap1 Wglah,
Newell mi to have been arraigned
J tatorday before .luatlce Uoff to plead
to the felony Indictment returned early
la the week. Inetead lie was taken tu
St. I.uke'e Hoepltal suffering from
double pneumonia anil neuralgia of the
heart. He war very near death at one
nme, but la better to-day. Ilia lllneia
. omplieatee the caae. a he was to have
leen tried Immediately and U had been
hinted he waa to tell the Dlatrlct-Attor-ney
all he knowa about nolle grafting
mid particularly the -system's" effort
i-.. i. -i-'i'i
N'ewell'a Hidden limns is oiny one o,
the many 'a amltOUl feature of the
nurdei and subsequent exposure of po
ll, e corruption. . During the earlier
atagea of the dUcloauiea a high police
(Continued HI Second I'uae.i
"13
99
Isa Lucky Number
Thirteen hundred nd twenty-two
(i 322) Houses, Rooms, Apartments,
-lores, Offices, fcc, were advertised
To Let" in The World last Sunday
nearly DOUBLE the 732 advertised In
rhl Sunday Herald.
FOR PRESENT VACANCIES
SEE SUNDAY WORLD
L3- 1 UiIUIlU TT
l: extremely particular as to tlie tort
p resldiiitul or business p uce you
wish to rent,
USE A "WANTED" AD. IN
M DISAPPEARANCE OF
BECKER'S $90,000 HOARD
TO-MORROW'S SUNDAY
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Oe. f Tue ffvw
MRS. BISHOP GETS
$20,000 A YEAR
Court Also Allows Wife of
Banker to Live in SI 0,000
Year Residence.
HUBBY W1U. PAY RENT.
She Gets Her Seven-Year-Old
Child; Others May Choose
Own Guardian.
I mil tier divorce action asfalnat Jem
i 'uiinlnghas. Hlshnp, the banker, la de
termined. Mrs, Aidfrail Hancock R:shop,
the iely matron, will rerelve 130,000
a year alimon, to he peal In monthly
IngggUgMatgi Mra. Blanop aiao ohlalni
the euatody of her yoiinceit cnrlld, seven
jreare old. NUBfaggg COUli .luailee Hen
dtirk allowed the iwo elde.it daUKhtr
to remain In their I'alher'a cuatudy tnd
two other children air authorised g
glgct their 1 ut lie. or mother a Huar
dian. Jiietlee Hangrioti huui u.nhop'a in-
1 ome In at leaat H" " a year and atntea
thgf he doea not feel the award of
la too email. Mra. Bntliop akr
I'm an amount aptu oxmintlrig ViO.unn a
year.
KeKardiiiK tbr euatody of th older
children, the I'ourt ittateM the' daugfi
teta. May and Auguata, are of age to
determine tor menisci v whloh parent
they wieh to realde with. One daugh
ter at DOardlnir OOhool, who la four
teen yearn old. la to remain thoie, hut
her euatody 1m Hwn. de I to the father,
on condition thut ample opportunity
be given ut all OOttVggignl tlmea for
her uiollinr Ul rlglt her, The father la
., rum. mde I In pay all ITpelaHI fur
t.ila child' maintenance and educa
tion. Kegai-dina the eggttt ealabllarmient
by which Mr. Uiahop at preaont re
silea, at No. II Kant S1ly-flfth afreet,
Justice fgandfloh srtva:
"It appear thai thlg huuee la rented
by the plaintiff at SlO.uOO a year. De
fendant la wllllnc that the plaintiff
continue to live In that hnuae during
(he pendency of thlg action. He has
paid the rent for three monthfl from
Dec. 1, 11:'. It if evident that if the
plaintiff la to live in that house in auoh
ctrcumatancea aa aha haa been accus
tomed to It will be an expenelve eatab
llnhment t maintain.
"It appears from till gfM&Vitl that
the plaintiff has no money or Income of
her nwn, nud that sue hue. been de
pendent on the credit of tradesmen."
AVIATOR FALLS 2.400 FEET;
IS DASHED TO DEATH.
Aeroplane ( '.apsizes in Cloud and
Hurls I.enk, German Airman,
From His Seat.
USM'sMC. "Germany. Fob. 10.-Thaier-man
avUtur l.elil; una killed he.e to
day while atlempiink' a gliding Might
from a height of 2.fJii feet. Jfl aero
plane toppled OVOt In midair and Hue
him out.
Lenk, who naa a DgaHal employe in
Berlin, took up aviation in the expecta
tion of be4nn employed o, g4lgj
postal aafVtOg hlch Ik to lie eitOyblllhed
hortly In tkc Qtrmnn coloniea.
Iluraenira l.naadrr la DraiJ.
CtMOIWATTti Ohio, Feb. 10 .r'rrd
I.ur.adt.r. uesl fort -I h ree, one of tlic
heal known Kentuoks thoroughbred
ran horse ownera died herg lai"! night
among aome of m lorgga kg trained
.ih High Private "Wne,t bt i U
sVglnw right,
World llollillau lu.LI.I. Ualk
IdaeM i'' DUll Bull :ritu roooit .
gami aUU aeU.WI, vuiuufwun IB ilirr
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York World)
Mexican National
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W. W. Canada, U. S. Consul at Vera Cruz
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FIREMEN REJECT 'Wm
RAILROADS' OFFER PPfH :
mo pnwiPPnwiiCF ;J' ,
i i mi iim. in luimiuii ' t
BT W gr Of g) gj amW g W BT BBSS
Union Refuses Plan to Appoint
Arbitration Committee of
Six Members.
i'he prospect n'. a strike of the (lie
men on the Kaetern lallrnads waa
opened agnln to-dav wh.n the commu
te repreeentliiK the Urothcrluiod of Lo
comotive Firemen , h nd Knglnemcn vot' d
at the Broadway Oantfal Hotel to re
Ject the latent jilnn advanced by the
boeuyi of manaaere of the rallrnad.s.
A tatter tneerpOrOUllg he refusal w.i
lent p Juila,- Martin A Knapp of the
t'oniniercf fourt, who haa acted a
medtetor betWaetl the representative! of
th firemen and tha refipeaentatlvea of
the rallroada.
'Phe propoaltlon of the railroads wai
to rnihmlt the demand of rh, firemen a
organization for a revlalon of hours and
en Inereaae In pav to an arbitration
oommlialoti of all rnemlier l'o to be
choaen by the firemen, two by the rnll
roida and fhe other two to be disinter
ested. It I the contention of the rail
road men a p ere that this conunlsalnn
n-ould be eminently fair In that could
not he dominated br tlie vol of any
on, man.
Bearing in mind the result of the ar
bitration of the dt-tnands of the en.
arlneeiN lait summer, the firemen have
resolved to stand on their dumand tiiat
their KiieraiiCMa ahall h arbitrated by
a commlaalon of thfgg under ihe Krd
man act. Thla poaltlon waa rlterated
In the letter aeut to JUjd Knapp to
day. No action will! be taken In til way uf
j ordering a strike until .Indite Knapp ha
I lean i tie railroad niana-ra and rom-
Lenunlcabed to them the ultimatum of the
firemen It la expected the railmud
managers will evolve Home other sort of
a compromlHe If nut. the opposed
fon-es will be lined up. apparently un
able to aitree on an arbitration plan,
and It will be up tu the leader nf fhe
BrOtnOfhOOd Of Firemen to order the
arrlke, which ha been nut horlae.1 by
the vote of more than 90 per cent, of
the meinherahlp.
It waa aa.d to-day that the rallroada,
In expectation of a etrtke, have brought
several hundred atrtk-hreakra n Vew
York rreeMtnt Carter aald that In
caae of a strike men would be furnished
for milk and mall tralim. but no coal
tralna Such a strike would affect Hfty
four ra'lioads alth f.0.ms miles of track-
aa", aWit4J emploveea awl 1,iAI,ono per
oni commuting Into New Vork.
YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16,
Palace Again
4Kt4x,--..'.4 .-. sW leg
ELOPES FROM SCHOOL
WHILE FATHER PLANS
TO SEND HER ABROAD
Daughter of Virginia Judge
Slides Down Sheet Rope and
Vanishes With Suitor.
WAMK1NUTOV, Feb. W-Snxluil rsl
atlvee aaalated bv the police are engaged
to-day In e search for MImh Lillian
t'amphell, a dauithter of .tudire Law
rence Campbell of Iledford Olty, Va.,
who let hereelf down with a rope made
of sheets from a dormitory window In
the Virginia State"" Normal School and
eloped with Thomaa D, Berry, alao of
Hrdford I'lty
Tho yuunsf couple hailed In their itlrht
long enoutch to he married lloth are
raid to bo undei uee.
The youna; woman ha been placed In
Ihe echoed hy her father, who aas mak
ing preparations to send her abroad in
an effort to dlacouraae the love affair.
"Ijggf Meslcun Train la safe
I. A REDO, Tex . Kob. II, The paasen
Iter truln ivhu h was reported "lust" aft -r
Ita departure from Mexico City on
Tuesday uinht for f.arudo over tha
NatkMMl Railway lines urrlved at Mon
terey last night. The train wun de
laved on nooount of iiumi bridgoa, and
became of an interi Uptlon In telegraph
u.vln. aieith ,,f Mitnterev- tin.
abouts of the train could not bo ascer
tained. atton yeaterday, William 0, Brown,
Prealdent of tha New York Central,
ent a hurry call to nil I'realdenta of
Ki.sic.rn rallroaula who could come to
New York to meet him at hla office.
Those who anawered the call were F.
a. ITnderwood of the Erie; William
Truesdale of the u L, W , tianlel
Wtllard of the B. .. O K. Bealer of
the Jeraey Centra, and Samuel Kca Of
the ntmylvanla
After a OOnferOftOO, whleh laatsd th
greater pirt of t ic f'i moon the IVea!
tlenti announced that tuey had tmpttw.
acta, tha JtBafd, ot Miimrg u ak . ,
Under Fire;
I
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BATTLESHIP GEORGIA
AT VERA CRUZ TOD A Y
MA Y LAND MARINES
H
mu i: r?:i4.: x r i a i
I i nice winci Dig rignniig v gtNH rvrc iuac
Behind, While Cruiser Colorado Is at
Mazatlan on West Coast.
WASHINGTON, Feb 15 The
mailing under forced draught from
on tha Gulf, Is duo to arrive at Vera
Nebraska and Vermont, destined for
are not fur behind the Georgia.
Immediately upon the arrival of ihe
Georgia the queailuit of the propriety or
naoagatty of landing a party of marines
am! bluejackete will be aipiarely up be
fore Atnbai aatlor Henry laine Wllion In
Mexico City. Wlreleaa order front
Waahlngton have reached the Georgia
to be preparsd to land armed HUM upon
the order of the Amhaas.idor or if
Conaul-tjeneral Cjnada at Vera Ctua
It I believed hero that If the reports
of Madero realirnarluii are premature
and nghtlug continues In the etteeta of
Mexico City to-day the American Am
bassador there will feel the nest of
protection from the fjeurala'a men.
MAY LAND SOME MARINES AT
VERA CRUZ.
To-da'e report of th rumbling;, if i
revolution at Vera Vi mak t pox
si hi thai Coniul-General Canadu. at
thai port, will take tha precaution if
requiring a .mail laihllruc patty to pro
tect the CongUlOtO, It I a twelve-hour
trip by train from Vera Crua to the
capital.
Wlreleaa report hue been received at
San Diego that the armored rulaur
Colorado, which left that port at 10 M
lock on rueaday. hao ai riven in
atlan, the acuport on the northweatein
PaClfia coast of Mexico The Colorado
reports all quiet at Maxatlati
'apt liunkatt ! the armorwl -turner
South Dakota has relayed a WtrolOOi
report via the Colorado that he Witt
Jtln the Denver at Acapulco ahout day-
light Sundav morning.
otthiat Waahlnifton s gr.at rel Igf at
Ihe report of Madet . , reeignatlon.
which came through lajit nigh' In the
form of unverified rumors, has given
way to complete mystification tnd I -spilf.
The early mottling report! of a
relUmptlon of hoatllltlea In the har
raased city IggVg no ahadow ' hope
remaining.
WILSON DOES NOT EXPLAIN
THE RUMOR.
Anihiiaan..r Wilson In his dOgpgtOhOg
to-dnv from Mexico City makes no at
tempt lo explain the origin of lue re
purt of Ma leru's realgnatloti He telle
of the renewed nghtlug and says that
there I strong reaann for the belief
that Madero la running s lurt of am- 1
Munition,
laMUgaXti X AUU JbUA WAIA ! j
1918.
12 PAGES
MADERO MISSING
FROM PALACE IN
CITY OF MEXICO
ss - f . . , ., . t idt.ie4 il
battleship Georgia flrat of the four
Ouantauamo to reach a Mexican port
Crux nome time to-day The Virginia,
Vera Crxn. and Tamplcn In the north,
uoned oonaornlui the pari tn nrit
iah Mlnlator placed in announotag the
Uoeaggloa of de la liana to ihe Iiea1
dency, aald that thero wua no evidence
to Indicate that ihe Brlllab Mlnlater
was supplanting Wilson, who a dean
of the Diplomatic Corpa haa been lead
ittg the foreign representative In no
OtlattOgJ wit , the warring- ractioni;
nor did undue Itrltish inlluence api.ear
In the Mlnlaier'a ggtloOB, Knox de
clard The ne. st .1,- Ificinf feature of Am
( bassador Wilson m report to-day la the
intimation mat Matlero la running- abort
Ol ammunition.
Hj Mi Wilson's figuie the total gag.
ualty list yeaterday waa all killed and
forty -elaht wounded The rrbela atned
five huiidi-ad deserter trum the Fed
eral aide.
RED CROSS LEADER KILLED BY
A BULLFT.
In the thick of the fighting the Free.
ident of the local Red Croal w- kin.si
I Oy bullets from aome unknown source
j while at work In the Plggg, ,, t, ,.,
that organ laatloa and in. whUm Oroai
nav n . uige.l lo .lltt.aifH l.ee.u-.
I f th., ftllmv uf the L.n.s ......, ...
.gaaol the white Hag and Its laliurag
their autouoi.lle
auitiiuulth.u cir-
I rlarg
I The Ansbaaoador'a OOuount of tha
Madno liovernment s effurla tu ag
hil alaindonm. ut or the Amarlogn l')n
I bgoay Ig glamloood In .. atalemeOt that
yoa'.erday the Maglcan .Vllniatcr t ir
Foreign Affairs li.vitisl him, in 'the
Pragutegt' namg. to rgmovg kig rci
donoi to the suhu-b of Taeubaya, om
of the linn uf tire The Ambasaad or
thanked Nie PrggMent, but dwiinisl :h
offer
from oatetde of the capital onia
reports of rebel aprleUge. At
Osumba, Btlraaorea, La Oompania,
Oaaleo, TlaUiatui and gaa mafael
the rederel trope hare revolted,
Billed their offioere aad deelered
for Diet.
Secretary of War gtlmaOII wua CalllHi
to-d.i to th- Capitol to appear bofon
tn. senate rurelgu Itolatlong Com
Hitter, praaunuibly ragardlng tha Hex
loan ntuetion.
P4WAMA ratal. rRtiait.
Trh.L .SMrlSllui, I . Oils.1 UdtflUldL.Jtt
ALL l.lNau t TUtl WuilUlt titill
ntUkUO, Aila rawesi ivv-ioi
Senators Sent to Demand Resignation
Tell Crowd Taft Cabled Ameri-
4
can Troops Were Coming But
This Is Denied at Washington.
500 FEDERAL TROOPS
HAVE DESERTED RANKS
Cuba Asks Permission to Send
Force to Mexico City, and This
May Forecast the Action of the
United States.
The false report that Madero had resigned as President of
Mexico was followed to-day by the passage of a resolution by
the Senate demanding that he quit office.
' A oommittee. accompanied by Francisco de la Sarra and the
Spanish Minister, passed under the fire of Diaz's guns in a vain
effort to find the President. They informed the crowd around
their carriage that President Taft had cabled the British Minister
that American troops were ooming and he deemed Intervention
inevitable.
At the White House it was stated that President Taft had
sent no communicaion to the British Minister in Mexico, and that
the position of the United States as to intervention was un
changed. Diaz regarded the report of the resignation as a trick and
kept up the bombardment all night, resuming it to-day.
Reports from various towns outside the capital are thai
troops have revolted, killed their officers and deolared for Diaz.
Cuba has asked permission to send a force from Vera Cruj
to Mexico City. This may forecast the course of our Government,
The United States battleship Georgia reaches Vera Cruz to
day and may land marines to protect the consulate.
NBXfCO CITY, Feb. 1 5. Presideni Francisco I. MaJero, practaS
CSUy deposed by the action of the Mexican Senate in demanding hk resijr
nation as :hiet Executive, cannot be found to be notitied ot the Senate'!
action.
I he cuinmirte f the Senate delegated to inake the perilous journey
through the shell swept zone to the NlteOOtl Palace and there iitJorm
Madero or thai body's resolve could not find the President at the N.
tional Palace, nor tiki any of his minister- at the palace know where he
was.
The chairman of the Senate delegation rose rn his carriage and, id
dres-siiiK I crovd of soldiers and non-combatants, declared that the civil
w.tr must come speedily to an end. President Taft, he said, had cabled
the British Minister that American troops were coming to the capita and
that he (the President) considered intervention inevitable.
The chairman and nher memlvrs of the delejjaton shouted thai
VVidero had been defeated and should resign at once.
liach hour of delay in the settlement of thb ghastly business of de
Mriiction, now in the sixth day, brings new perils. A large force of
Zapatistas, the guerilla-, and bandits from the mountains of Morelos and
PuebUi is now encamped within sight ot the towers of the dty. Under
ihe leadership ot Genevevo de la O, the Zapatistas drew themselves up
In battle formation south of the city this morning and sent word to Felix
Dia. that they were ready to help him.
Dlu sent out a number of officers to-day to assist in drilling the re
CruitJ under Ue la O. He ordered them to maintain their positions, as
he did not want any more men inside his lines than lie could conveniently
leed, and he did not regard reinforcements as essential
PKKSSURE BROUGHT BY SENATE.
Tlie special session of the Senate w;is called as the result of a letter
troin Pedro I ascuraln, rhe Foreign Minister, to the First Vice-President
ilajfestttlg that the niemlvrs nf the Upper House should assembleto dis
v'uss the means of settling the difficulties of Mexico and, above all, to take
action in ihe present situation.
Minister 1 ascurain declared after the meeting of the Senate that ft
wa b no means certain President Madero would voluntarily offer Ul
ipa Ik ftCoMnty iu saida wto lo cod tha rMfflnittlfi MH
PRICE ONE CENT.
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