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NEW YORKERS IN LINE FOR JOBS FROM WILSON
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66 MEEI WHEN WARSHIP IS SUNK
VVK ATM KM Mala probable la-alanl or Tfcareday.
EDITION.
EDITION.
e. Jf s
PBXOE ONE CENT.
MRS. BELMONT AND BINGHAM
SUGGEST POLICE REFORMS
Women Policemeji Are Urgently Needed
to Deal With the Appallingly Increas
ing Traffic of Girls for Immoral Pur
poses, Mrs. Belmont.
Let Commissioner Supervise Police Or
ganizations or Abolish Them: Give Him
12- Year Term; Make Cops Stay Fired,
Says Bingham.
' There Is No Need for Further Police Leg
islation It Is a Matter of Administra
tion, Not of Law,' Says Prendergast.
7 Wish that the Term of the Police Com
missioner Could Be Made a Life Ten
ure for the Right Kind of Man. Dr.
Parkhurst.
Before the Wagner CommlttM to'day views on the police situation
re expressed by Mrs. O. II. P. Hulniuut, t 'uiuptrollcr Prcadergust, Dr.
I'nrkhniM and several others.
The Clir ft!) t'onintiltee was In session iilao and li'Mtrd ihe recommenda
inn of Former Commissioner Bingham on police nee Is.
I irrssed simply, but grrytnil 'u mi li" g
ith ilhrnity. Mrs. Hon, mi Imprgeatd ttie
unnittt.-e mule than has in other wit-
ps of New York's ieolorabla tondl
'ens lie.- st p t r men I 'n full was a: I
dlowa:
"In the llghl of recent dlt r"i nonti
ui the appalllngl) Increasing traffic in '
irli ior Immoral purposon, i have cumt
i believe that Wl a: Urgently In ll " d
woman on ths ihjIu forte,
"At the mother is the guardian of tlia
I lllktrett, both buys and glrJe, In ibe
tint", which is un'versally com-eded to
right .nil natural, i believe that. in-
rai of eliminating t ill good Influence
: t a critical atuxv .n the Ufa of our I
hlldron- .flu children of the nation it
iiouui be tnttnded mt tha streets, and
lull ha muni lrnili should be ropre
inted by aroiwan quallded to furn ih
. uthtrl) prote "lion to it I in pubic j
. aaav,
I believe thai h r...e of pottcetntg i
iituld bt gttlgntd to the various ,
iins that in mull oonieatail .t ii n it I
not overlooklni tha loneli places and I
at men and women police should i
borate hi avoay departtuenl or the vorJc,
-EW MEN BROUGHT TO COURT
ON WOMEN'S COMPLAINT.
i bglteve ibt w hi ii .i man aoooati
womnn on ttli strirt the policewoman
noiiid he eVipawgred to uompel the po
. 'email tn srrest the offender and thi
KslkwtpRksit's tasttmon; be .i 'opted, it
rarely I ha I are heat f i man lumig
iiiiHUThl into routi on a ohargi brought
aiint him b a sum ii. ahlh are in
tantli hear of wuriii who are ron.
lamtied for aolirltitig r;ri'il on Hie i
oid of a man who i bgually more I
mil) than she. In tne eae oi ponce'
voiiifn this flagrant injustice cuuld and
ivouid ha matartallj leasetied,
"I was deeply Iwpreeeed alia the cry .
ng gaeaaslty f women In thi oapgoHy
riurtekf the recent strike, When the fe I
tori girls who were bruughl Into court
,.r parllckpating in tin var.oui oonfil la'
between the itlkari and itrlki igkcra
werg disuiiHst'd by tke llsglitrate at
mghi thr acre Instantly lurroundad
by cadetH and procuragaaa, w)hi aa i
I, rV tli-i.. l.o of prostitution. I
.ih...ia..i ... r..,...i .i.t.
under Stttth condltlone this agfgrtoUl
......In. ..i-.i.l.l 111 I... St 1,1 il, I.'-H I. I'll..
.T-" I
pVwQIg aw
oSMtliniil in hih mm. deoi ri ia tina tin- !
aluo f the pollci man. It tatUM 10 Ote
mat. no matter how worth)' and tipng.it.
ha ia not iiualltWd to deal with delln
uuent girls Without the help of tne
woman It Is quite the uUatom for Mm
to aci'ept the ninn'n point of view alone,
and ggg consciousness la more or less
assertive with blm. The woman, as ,
rule, while realising the weak neat tl
the man, Is keenly all' s ,.. the dan.', -
confronting the girl whe is thortfoi
apt to be watOituI, and I think incline. I
to eee the alu of pre taUtlontrl ami
preventive niethods, thus anng both
bo)S and girls from tne avlll w ith w hi. h
they are gurroumled, Ton. too. whan
ktrlOgl leault." ar. Unavoidable tit"
woman realiaee tu n to punish the girls
only Is a ptrillOlOUa practice; nut tha'
by forcing the man to accept hll lull
share of the panalt) a way h- upenid
gCouliuusd oa Secoud rage.)
Ceerrtaht. IMS. kr
Ce. Te Maw
LIPTON AGAIN
CHALLENGES FOR
AMERICA'S CUP
m
I nfOUHi RoVtl Ulster Club
He Otters to R ice Next
Year Under Old Rules.
IsONDuN. March t-
-A challenge by '
I ia Royal L'leter
"rlei n' rat e fol
Yac.t Clok for a
the Amertca'a CUP
t.i taka place in t"H. mads mi bahalf
of
Sir
T loinaa UlptOU, baa hern de-
j t.i America on board the
, which arrives In New York
:o-dov or to-moriow.
patch
Ocean i
either
The challenge i for rompetltloni u--
drr t;.e ii. d ruiis as runtalnni in Ihe
need of gift.
sir Thomas t.'pton, who kai lust r
i tnrned froni Imeri .i Ann iiii'st!onid
I ha subject amid t-r s was no do-ibt
t' tlia a rplaa o' tha hallaaat by the
Sow Voik taelil CluU Wllloh had bn
notlfled bjih b the Itojil L'
Cldb and 'r Thoinn LiptOI
Star Yacat
pgrsonally
it' the des;iil.-li cf tin ehallangg.
SHAMROCK IV. NAME OF THE
NEW CHALLENGER.
The yacht which go. a t.i Now York
will kf gamed the Shamrock iv . as sir
Thomas Upton Is a great believer In the
luck of tai' fuurlaavad ahamro-k
lir Thomas Upton stated to day that
hll prejudloa against the old or ' died
oi gift" rulea iia.i en ovgroome and
thai it alts a si-nes of racim under
" SW ondltlons th e had .a
Tlia Brlllsh yachtsman egpreased Ue
' n ' ' "
W,.i I'll' I
th luck on i; side ic would
t. adding that ,ie vantd td
do II without jelng th' recipient of a
favors
When asu.'.l as to h.a pie, Id is state
Wiant "at he w ould not i tulU nge ica.n
tor the America t'up i X ept under the
universal rules prevailing for yacht ray
ing in Am. H. a. Sir Thomas l. pton : e
pledi "Tnai ia So. Ii l ten years tines tie 1
last Inttrnatlonal race In America, 1 1 f
eballenged aiv yean m . under the uni
Vtrtal rule., bill my ciuvtltngi was no
a topttd and I fhoUghl .".it 101 tilt gt 41
of yaonl 'ng both btrt and In Amen ...
it was time wt hsu another ir for mt
cub, Hen my ithalltnge under the con.
id, iion" ;a,d gown in 1 1 j,.eu oi art.
"Had an. one COUIt along In tne ln
lervtl I a.iouid ii,,.- been piaed it
nas.st ill I en. ild. but i'1-.iiii thai liobod)
(offered a rgee i I'.iouiht Qrcgi Britain
I gbould have aiiit' er ... gnd I hops to
ggtrltntt in tier lueb Inlt t.me.
My designer holds ou good hoptl jf
- CodiUnutd, o t MUM CskftsJ
Circulation Books Open to All."
The PTaM rakilakiaa
Vark Werld).
NEW
AS DESTROYER IS
ISER
War Craft "S 1 78" of German
Navy Cut in Halves by the
Yorck in Fleet Practice.
ONLY 17 ARE SAVED.
Many W arships Join in Night
Search for Survivor After
Crash in North Sea.
HEL.iaoi.AXD, Qertnany, Meroti
Slxtj-f. u nf the crew of the Herman
torpedo boat destroyer "I 17 ' wn J
! drowned, together with MlOtf ootn maud-1
ling fllrer, liter thr little VOteo! dad I
been rammed by Uie cruiser York oft
thta iskvid In the North Sea last even
ins. ''I"" skii un and cnalnerr and ftf-
I rni men 01 soc nrn a SB baiw. ba
I torpilo beat sank Iinmed1uiel) . i
I "8 ITS" was returning during the
night from manoeuvres lu whlcn she
had parti apatnl wllh tha German bat
tleship fleet, the OTIlHaf squadron and !
elkty-four other torpedo boat destroyers.
The deatroyert attempted to pass 1
through ths breaks In tha column of
warships while thay vor ataaioing
' ahead at full spaed.
Tha commander of the " ITg" cal
culated the diataaoa Ucorrectly and
hie boat was eat la halvss by tha '
oraiaar Torek and sank lastantlj.
The Yorck signalled ths accident to
the other vessels of the fleet, which
slowed down and cruised round in the
; vicinity flashing thalf .u blight- In!
i all directions. Hmall boatH were low- J
ered from all tha tfaggglg and gUQOeadnd
; In pIckiBs: up tao of the ofllcorS and1
tilteeti of the crew of the sunken des- '
troyer.
WORST ACCIDENT IN HISTORY
OF GERMmN NAVY.
Similar aooldantg to toredo boat
daatyoitarg of the aermar. uavy o. - ,
urred mi July 111. Ilia, when the bat
tleship llessen rammed a destroyer
'Hiring manoOUVreg at Kiel, killing
three men. ami again on Sept. II. when
the Zaehrlngen rammed destroyer
" in" off Helgoland, causing sik if hor
i re w to !cse tiietr li.es.
Tile torpodu boat 1 S l.H" whs of the
moat modern construction ami wa.-
known In naval . Ir.'lea a Of Hie S'hl-
Ohau type, it had' a dlsplacemeul nf
(M iogg and her i i was ' knots an
hour. Her engines were nf t-iie turbine
type.
The Orutaar forok was launched In
tissi. The diaplaoamant of the vestal is
9 500 tons, the speed 21 knota an hour.
' Hhe (a keavll; armored, carrleg thirty
two guns In kll and In.' orog numbers
j '5i men
BMRUN, M i h j Joaeata C ''raw,
I Secretary of the American Umbaaai to-
da.v vent to the Minimi j of .Marine lo
eswrees to Admiral von Tlrplta the on
. don e ut Amcriaa lu connection with
the disart
I "H ii." v
to tocpedoboat daatroyer
n 1s the WOrel that has
'lappet.ed n t.ir niinaiK of lie modern
denuan navy.
Mr. drew afterward called on Foreign
Ulnigtar tog Jaguw ua a similar er
rant. HENRY M. FLAGLRR SICK:
ONE REPORT SAYS MAGNATE
BROKE HIS HIP IN FALL
SUieincRt ot Occident n: (jm-
flrmed at His Hotnt Near
Palm Beach, Hla.
BATTONA, h'ta-i March ft. A re;xi t
to ths Daytont Kews to-dai said that
Ktnri M I'lagler. v'i ,-ial owner of thO
Kl rid Kagl asr But I road, broke hta
hip In a 'nil st Whitehall, hi WlpttT
home, tear ptlgt Beachi and wai In a
i lllcal CM I. '.on Mi 1'li.gi -r ia e.g.i-ty-tno
yagrg dd.
JACKSON VI LsLsB, r.a Marsh o. In
formation O'rtglfltd here i,- w.re dlrtCI
u Pgi n Beach ia 1 1 Ui sffeci it a'
Mr, Figgis
g in no a
It tiighi
'deni.
hat met
llnl II. tel. In lite triiis.
WAMH'V iT.IN. Ma' n :. I 'ha- ' 1 1
, la'y of Mo t, n. a noted fiiito. I eOl i.
wgi ordered re'nitgttd In 'he a. id in
'a i, ii ngetel In lite ii iiuun of t e
Pgiateond t'ongrttg lie. wai cgps
' ' .'n of Hi" II 3 r VI 'I foul bull team, was
appointed to Wis: Foltii A'lJemy 's
litetmi cipiaii, of its fogihglt tlevoili
grgguatol and was "ommiseit ai
lilHelgtlgnl in Ihe grmy, it!gui!
I coach the Ha.'vai'U elevtu an I Ihsg
aojght ronsiateuiiBl-
66 MEN DROWNED
SUNK BY CRU
YORK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH
OR. FRIEDMANN
GETS PERMISSION
T
Board of Health Consents to
, Test, hut Medical Society
May Obstruct.
LEAVES THE WALDORF.:
"Give Him a Chance," Urges
Sponsor Finlay; "Let
Him Prove Claim."
Dr. Frie.lerlrh Frans Frledmsnn.
who came, to this country to treat
consumption sufferers, tn-day sent to
t ic Hoard of Health a tube contain
Int a culture of his bacilli. Health
Commtaeionar I.ederle aald that Dr.
Prtedmann'a action In sending the tube
remOTod any prohibition agralnat hia
prantlca that hail been ordered by the
Board of Health, hut it did not affect
in any way tag t'ounty Medl'-al So
ciety's determination that Dr. Fried
mann must not treet patlente In this
Htnte until he had qualified ss a phy
totau under the Htate law.
The eouree of proeedui i . imw that Dr.
Frledmann has submltlinl his serum lo
the Hoar of Health, It ISO Hit Heard o'
Htalth to niaike a 'baeterlologlcjl
to iesrn If II is as represented This re
port may he euhmltted to thi1 Oomltia
Minora of Hie I'ountv Mwlleal So.'lely,
Willi any data and credential" Mr. tried
maim may have as to his tralnlnr snd
standing abroad; the sor'etv may then
siibml! ths case to the Roaid of Re
;
gents of the State University, with
reoonMnendndlon as to whether or not
Dr, Fried ma tin should be lioontod to
practise In this state.
Tiie members of the Oouhtl Med eal
Soeltty eommlttot were ineHntd to let
the matter go WlthOUt discussion to-dav
until Dr, Lederlt's experts hav,' finished
their analysis.
So far lis the Board of llialth Is
concerned Dr. Friedman n ma;. wori
In a private illnh'. In a .Hub' of his
own or nt the Ollsvllle aai.it irium In
Orange County or the Rlveratdt Hos-
pltal on North lirother Inland
WILL TEST CULTURE FOR POS
SIBLE GANGER.
Tns sample submitted lo Dr Utdarlt
will be tested mi animals until ti is
pros ed not danaerous, lr. I.ederle Hani.
Dr FrltSmann aaokad up his btlong
Ingl and left ths Waldorf-Astoria Ho
lei lite this atei tioon The paoglnt
was done in teeret and Dr l-'rledniann
had tiled to arrangt that ids dtparture
Should he unnoticed, but he was seen
Paving and admitted that hi had se
lected other quartan.
tear Tchlrky denied that lis or any
, ,;,.er person BOnntOtOd with I lie man-
agomenl iad asked Dr. Frledmaan t"
move. Mr. Tchlrkl said he had almply
.nki'! ti' Friedmann t" rtctlvi his pa
tients somewhere eltt, as tin- aaldorf
a a hotel and np a sanitarium. A few
hours aft. ward lr Krledmann moied
The flatting pttyglolgg refused to gu-s
Ills new address lie as!, I he had baa
offered by Dr. g. J Btnolt the use of
Notie lame lloapital In (...well. Mass
for dtmoagtratlona of hit tuberculosis
.lie, hut had not ns yet accepted the
offer,
The trunkt which Br, Friedmann lend
awa from Ihe Waldorf wort tagged ta
he dtllvtrtd at tin Hoyal (Irani apart
ment
and
eaaki
house, No. iso C'igremonl avenue
it was mppoaed he Intended
his in w a lat'tera intra,
An app"Hl f ir fair plus, to
Frltdmann a iiance to ghow
or nut he can cure tuut
made to-tla) hv ' 'utiles K
give ll-
hethei
ills. Wgl
Ft nla 1
Preildtnl of the A"tna Natioiwl Bant
who h'ouaht 'he lieri.au s ;.nt.- t
this omit: -, in I .e hope tl it lie ml .in
sure hp, dn ighters hua and
MfMet tbt man a taaaca to work aa w ett
as a nan a to talk." Urged Mr Fin
ley. "If they'll H us haif a chance
we'll ba 11 a plate all Riled up In a da
or two. and than w "in go ahead and
11. ..1 out If us rtgli) can curt tuberc i
loila. Mm to condtmn I hi 'nan Before
ne uai
Hani i i un-Ainsi can and
unfair,"
.Mr. Fintg) i s still
Frlodmgnn, Tut is
pi': i iu:.. an I e.Tpc
s.iiT w.th I)'.
of tiretl sn
to accept any
tiling that I Us iicrtna.i has guns and
Ihe i e! Usui 01 lie Ho.. I of ogta to ie;
u.ii try his erun on ggtlgnti in puhll
ogpltali has not ds i pct I tne ardor
of Hie bgnktr.
Mr. I'iiiisv gat. wgrnlng thai if
Mow .,rk did noi glvi I " Frladminn
Ure t chtiics Hie aolentltl aouid p
lull lu Ue sum.tr, , an auuu. Ul-
0 USE HIS SERUM
Mrs. 0. H. P. Belmont, Witness
j Before Wagner Police Committee
l-dlB 1
I iii
I vW
LAWYER FALLS
DEAD: SHOCK KILLS
Paper Pronouncing .1 Curse
Hound ou Body ii f ic't i v;e
c. Coffin.
Hen ge
oMcoi 11
o. tr,
dropne 1
Coffin,
1 Manhtttt
si. Jamei
dead t" 'I 1
sn attorney with
and realdlng at
ida. e. Brooklyn,
fr.nn heart falls
I w die tnttrlng
. '.'II lir -1 ue gve
twlft luceeaaion
lire following a .h.
,. barber shop al N
1 us lit ..... ! v 11 In
fi.ll iw . .1 a nut hi
Irath due. to the
1 "l illii s body being
j shock of behold
I car 'led Inio his
hnth" frn
1 an under
Ilia' Mrs
yearn old,
tmet plaes
home siie
tnd she d.--I.
an' what
opgwalte
s being cart
1
. a ph . si-
taLei 's , agon.
The se. 0 ml .leal was
! Ita. hel 1.111 trventy-Sve
the
(In e
d nt So Isj St I
tOpOtltl ''"(tin's
oi.i friend of am
to know ffom a s
urred a' the Irii
Id Coign's bod) a 1
Dtly
a s n :
na nded
had got
When In
rled In
she . Dllapeed Btf
can eouid i.e summoned sh died ir
Cgtiia of No -it ffrttgjg a veil I,-. Brooks
lyn, said that death was din- li apo
plegy broughl on by the -hock of hear
.11; the news or r.irtin a death
I'pon tfOfftn'l bod) Wis found. I"'
siiiea ISM, ina following remarkable
d'. u RSggtl
"In mt of my eaddsa death or
aeoldent noUfy W. H Slain, PTo.
356 Broadway."
i H'i.'r this was written
"To Blala; Cremate my body.
If there are any eeretcee let not a
single oae of my family attend
I tawa, Canada, has sent nil to him ''
I kt sad. "Tlltrt thev have off trod him
the freed im of Iht glty and every op
portunlt) lu try out hie curt, Won
:t bt a dltgrs a to this olty to i- imi
visiting scientist leave un Without even
s chines to show us wha' b an do'
Thou .'I ndt of i
,' and n ii :. f i
Friedmann ii
on
ri.pt.
es ar,
- tn he
for a
s ,
ui ad
-nan te
a 'ham
i a ug
CUI'S litem 'Let i " hav fiftv hable,
' who ere gffllCttd wl'h t iben ilosls,' nc
mid to nt 'and i ii snow you what
.an dn gltk '.hll lit ui.'
"Is I' fa ' ' e e Ig i , and lo Ihe
IhoUltndl of "the 10 ci "Ii run t ,
man and Ills tre tni ., cfu.e giving
'oil t.i, lell
I' fit, p
FOR RACING b-L PAot IS.
WOMAN NEIGHBOR
1 " Circulation Book 0k?j to
5, 1913. 20 PAGES
kv
them. Mot a single soul at Mo.
It Weat ighty-eeeoad etreet. A
curee oa them all from
"OBO. a. corriM. gat Broadway."
' ultln a death occurred on the Ihres
hol I of the liarhe. shop nt Nn. Ill
ilretnt avenut, Brooklyn Just as he
was ontering t.te pine, a ilreene acenu,,
trolley ear collided with a Standard
1 ill truck .'oflln wheeled round sharp-
i) 11 in,' two vehicles craabad ingetbir
lie gave a gaaplug exolamatlon ami
then sank to Ihe sidewalk II" was
carried into tin- barber tkop but died
1,1, ue an tsnbulatico from tin Brooklyn
Hospital reached I lie scene,
Thi dead lawyer mads his home with
lila sitter, Mrs Kilt '. Prtvotl lit
was lift) SIX ytarl Old and had all ek
i, naive practice
M 11 Btaln la a lawyi ,tli oflVeg a
in iddiess given, II Id t.,l
libt on ihe egtreme iditeini
ess o! til. I
CV.pt lot
noil found offln't body
say that Iht I'latht ) -mm-oii,! street ad-I
dresa Wat l?oflln's "Id bo ne, and that he ;
understood that Coffin had taparated
from hli wife
Mi Blain was aoam'lttad in buatnaai
wii i Coffin f"i many "'is. he said,
ant ai ..ue ll'me the ocoupltd offices
logutiiei tloffin ad bean In had health
01 a yogi and wi s constantly ggfgfg
htntivt "f his tuddan death
LAWYER'S WIDOW SAYS Ht
DESERTLO HER
Tfle hUUtS al the Weal Saig lv.se -'.ml
street add re at, a thise-stoi . hrown
ttone ftetdanct, i" teoupisd bi Mrg
Coffin When an Rveplng World re-
pOrtOI saw her the,,, mis afternoon she
said thai she bad not tetfl her husband
tint ' ggl
He Itfl in at that tint! for gnoiao
woman, a Woman for whom ue, in his
rapacii as attorney, ha-i proourtd a
divorce the sail "lie went to live
wiln tins woman. Utterly disregarding
111, pe 1, lings and ihe pleadcixa of n ir
ti . , hlbtrtn,
"l cgnnol undargtand wi, he sho ild
have written lUch a note alaiiit us I
do pot fee. tithed, h I sho iid alien I
hia fUgergl I bale long since Btgaed
to .arbor an. bltttrnott against htm,
,111 I I don't Ihlnl he imuld have been
In his right mind When he w rote n-h
.1 note " 4
FOUL PLAY IN DEATH.
II. Ml
f .Ian I ,, .....I mi llallruad
rV.t. I. s in llriMIS.
body of an Ugjtnowg nan was
iylllg ai r SS Ihe fgtlrOad Ita' Us
New Vote l?intrnl and Hudsun
Ballmad t'ouipanyi s' fret from
Tile
found
of the
River
I tie
Hlverdale siai on shorih before
..' ii k this morning Ths was
appgrtntty that of an Italian laborer,
tblrty.flvt years old.
A gam oa li " fun lead ami sevsral
i intuteint un the bgck of tin, nad
lacresi 'ii.- Coio.ier to Invtttlgala Tkt
bil l, at in i'liil'ia n Mm a 'e
jAUKLb A AN I J iVOJUs WOMUMi
All."
U. S. SENATE CONFIRMS
IHE WILSON CABINET;
JOB HUNTERS WARNED
He Begins Day by Telling the Office
See kers That He Will Receive
at White House Only Those
Whom He Invites.
SAYS CHAIRMAN M'COMBS
WILL GET IMPORTANT PLACE
Olney for England. Elkus for Japan,
Justice Gerard for Spain, Osbprn
for Turkey, According to Gossips.
RUMOR SLATE FOR DIPLOMATIC POSTS.
William V. .JcCombe of New fork Ambassador lo r rente.
Klrhard Olner of Massachusetts Ambassador to Ureal Hrltaa.
thraliam I. Ilkus of Now fork. Ambassador to Japan.
Thomas Nelson Page of Washington, Ambassador lo Austria
or iiernianj.
I retlerlck ('. FrnHeld of Mow York, Ambassador to Antlrla er
Hal;.
Augustus Thomas of ew York, some Important pott
Jtistlre James W. t.erard of w York, Minister to Spain.
William t hurrh Osborne or Henry Morgentbta, Ambassador
to Turkey.
I rcdcrlrk II. Allen, Minister to S witter land.
( harlrs K. Crane of Illinois, Ambassador to Mnstla.
WASHINGTON, March 5. Practically the firt act of Woodrov
VVi1-in U Presklgnl mi his tirst day in office wa a severe jolt to Hie
anny of oil ice-seekers that invaded Washington with the inauguration
crowds. He iued a statement declaring he would decline to see appli
cants fur of lice except those he invited to the White House.
SOME PKKCEDMTS
BROKEN BY WILSON
ON HIS FIRST DAY.
WABIIINUTONi Mareh n -Following
al e a few of I ne prOOOdonM
thai ('resident Wilson nimtshe.1 to
il.,, Issusd a statement warning job
uuntere away aad annoajulng that
ha would pat disposal of patroaags
equartly up It tlio heals of ths
eaeoutlve departmaato.
Isausd a ainteweat, tn ths Brst
person, saplatnlag way WiUlam T.
MoCotuhe wae not named as a Oobl
ast member.
Called a masting of his new
Cabinet before It wae oSclally eoa
armed. Becelvsd a dslsgattoa of too
psopla from Msw York Mats wbo
didn't have any appolatment with
him.
Ba' In hie oflUe with the door lo
scretsry Tumulty's room open so
that when a score of Maw Jsreey
polltlclane had finished talking
with the ssoretary they wandered
Into the President's room, unan
uuunoed, and wsre rscalvsd warmly.
A dosea aewepaper photograpbere
wsra given free run of the outer
offlcee, whsre they eaapped photo
s' raphe of the Freeldeat'e caller i.
They also swannsd Into Tumulty's
ofaca sad took photographs of him
s work.
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LEVI P. MORTON
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IS SERIOUSLY ILL.
PAMII Y RPPDRTQ
rMltllLI ntrunu,
I -inner ice-l're -ident, Nov.
i y nine Years Old, sick
Blffh.
ai
Hlfth Avenue Home,
i.ec p Mort.m Vi s-Prttident of the
United Htglaa indjar the rlartiiog sd
minitt ration ami unea Oovtrnor of the
Htate ol '' v uk : larldkgly 11 in hia
town gpgrtmenti at No. M Kl'th ave
n ic li s phyOl tan. In Mofglag M
Blggi iald to'dai that in a younger
m. in M Mortou'l aliment, aii affection
o the w i h of the a"lcrl would not be
regarded ' partit'otarly dangtroua nut
v. Morton li oigbtysnlna yean old and
air net! al ail :s a matter fur ths
grave Itaua b( Ui i -vuda.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Ths I'reaiden?
regreu.'' he ea'd.
that ha la obliged to announce that
In deems It his duty to decline to sea
applicant for office In ueraun .lasui
j when hs himself Invitee the Interview,
j H ia hue purptise and desire to dovota
hie attention very earnoelly and very
j constantly to tne busiiMaa of lha Oov
MUimnl and the large ojiesliotu of pol
I Icy affecting the whole nation, and he
I knows from aaptliOttOC aa tlovernor it
New Jarsey whers It fell In him to I
appOintmente- 'hat the greater
! both of hia lame and snengv. will ge
spent In Inlervlnws wllh candidaio us
less he sets an in tailable title In that:
I mallei It is hia inleutHtn to dead will
' appointments tnruugh the bisade of the
several executive departments. '
'CABINET SLATE SENT TO THE
U. 8. SENATE,
pvoatdtnl Wilton sent the names if
his I'ablnei to the Senate to-day fur
BongrmatlOa As thr nominations left
i it Wil ts House Ir was oMotatll an-
I nounced nat the elate was aaaatlpgd
' pu'.llslied yesterday in Tlie 1'venlbg
j World
These aia the iiiemnsrs of the new
Cabinet:
William J. Bryaa of Mebraaka, gee
rotary of lists
I William Olbba McAdoo of Mew York.
' Secretary of the Treaeury.
Jamee Clark moBeyaolde of Tea
aeeeee, Attoraey-Oeaeral.
i Joaephua Daniels of Morth CaroUaa.
I gscistary of the Mavy.
Uadley ML Oarrlson of Mew Jeraey,
Beoretary of War.
, Albert Sidney Burleson of T.aas.
1 Postmaster-Oeaeral.
,aaJiUB Knight fgl of California
1 gaoretary of the Interior.
David Franklin Houston of Missouri,
gecrstary of agriculture.
William C. Bedlleld of Mew York,
, Secretary of Commeree.
William Bauohop Wilson of Fsunayl
, vaala. Secretary of Labor.
iittier BOeglnatloni were EMgar B.
t'lurk. reappointed as I n. ted Statse
I Oommei e Oommtailontr, umt John H.
Maidsuv iteritary git -im mining, to
i gg a rommlmlnrs r in ttn ismtlit to
I Pranklla hi banti lot rt lai i of iht In
I itror, "u moton of Btnator Haron tn
I Hi nate aeiit nto executive session.
Tn,- nominations for ths c,. .nr.
weie caggrmtd without The
uwiiUiseAloa ui I'lais W be Ustramtt
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