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VOTE TO EXPEL SHL WELL SHOWN BV CANVASS
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PBIOE ONE OENT.
STILWELL OFFERS TO RESIGN
Senate Canvass Shows More
Than Enough Favoring
DEEKX IS HEADED OFF.
QunsetSdms Up After Mo-
florrf or Further Testimony
that Mr. etatwell
voted M the charges
toy Mends of ths senator,
they ,.kHM bhere waa A
ty tqat from HMD Senators
wold vote to sustain the charges.
Twenty-six rotaa arc niossnsry to sx
WttMl. on aooount of Ma activity IB
behalf of tha Bronx County measure, li
anything but popular In Tammany Hail
It li bahwrod that Sonata Leader Was
nar has Inatruotad tha Tammany lagls-
that Stllwoll moat go. All tha
to in and too re remains for
tha gens to only to hoar argument on
tha eocueation that SUlwall ahared la
a taH faa paid to format Revlelon Clark
Samuel Lewis for drawing up a Mil for
flios H. Kendall, President of tha
New York Banknote Company and de
manded tt.no from Kendall for getting
the btu reported out of tha Codes Com
nsretsss of tha Senate and the Asssmtoly.
YRNB PRESENTS DEFENSE OF
STILWCLtl CARMODY SUMS UP.
WnBam T. Byrne of Albany began
he presenkatlon of Senator BtUwell'a
dsfaaos to the Bee ate at 1M P. It. At-toraoy-Oaneral
Oar mod y eras scheduled
to follow with the State's case. A vote
wag not STpentort until tote la tha day,
i for each aide had been given
and a half to sum op.
The Siats floor was crowded and the
paPsalaa ware filled with spectators.
Senator Stliwell waa not present.
The belief la general that fituwell will
"given the gate."
Senator Foley Intsodnced a
calling for the presentation
of too oese to the Senate this after
noon. Senator Thompson. Republican,
of hUddleport, offered a substitute reso
lution directing the Judiciary Commit
tee to reconvene for the purpose of ob
taining more corroborative evidence.
The resolution declared that the re
port of the Judiciary Committee "to not
esjngfsrt-rr for the reason that It Is
lnoomplete and on Its face abows the
Investigation was not pursued to cover
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"GET THE GATE"
Wife Uses Pistol When Oil
Company Official Thrashes
Man He Meets With Her.
WOUNDS HIM FIRST.
Furious When Stray Shot Hits
Rival, Woman Blows Out
Her Victim's- Brains.
aoagw aRLBANS, La.. Aprfl ht-
mroud, VI oo President of the
Vivian Oil Company, waa to-day shot
and killed by his wtfe on tha public
road in the presence of Edward Beeler.
with whom shs waa horseback riding.
A stray bullet struck Beeler. breaking
MTs. Streud to twenty and orettr.
When Streud mat the couple he pulled
Beeler from hla horse and began
thraaklag Mm. Mrs. streud araw m
volvor and ahot bar husband In the
aide. Although badly wounded, ha con
tinued lighting when the woman flred
again, hltttog Beeler. Infuriated at
tha blunder, aha plaosd tha weapon to
her husband's head and blow oat his
Mr. Beeler and I win ha married
after I am acquitted," she aald
dently In her cell to-day.
CANT GET PUPIL NURSES,
THOUGH CITY LACKS 417.
Mayor Authorizes Advertising Out-
side of State and in Canada
to Fill Vacancies.
Student nurses ars so scare In New
Tork that the Charities Department of
this city Is going outalde of the Stats
to And thsm, possibly to Canada.
Charities Commissioner Drummond to
day asked Mayor Oaynor to sign a bill
ssed recently by the Legislature
authorising payment tor municipal ad
vertising for nursss In papers outside
the city and State.
The Mayor made sarcastic remarks
regarding the affection ealstlng be
tween himself and newspapers gener
ally but sgresd to sign ths bill
Advertising In ths City Record and
the two newspapere legally designated
for city advertising. Mr. Drummond
said, failed to attract young girls who
might be trained to become nurses,
though they were surs of from 112 to
lis a month with board and lodging
while being taught.
The work of pupil nurses to now be
ing done by graduate nurses, who re
ceive W a month, and supervising
nurses, who ars paid from lioo to 1130
a month. There are 417 vacancies on
tbs list of pupil nurses.
Pssnsala Held t'p at Quarantine.
Ths steamer Pannonla of the Ounard
Una, arrived early to-day from Flume
and other Mediterranean ports, with
1,460 passengers. 8hs went Into quaran
tine at ti o'clock and was not released
until after 11 o'clock. A case of small
pox developed In the sterags after pars
ing Olbrsltar, and the entire l.aM steer
age passengers ware vaoclnatsd before
the ship was permitted to leave quaran
tine. The victim of the malady, with
110 men. women and children, was taken
to Hoffman Island, where they will be
held for obeervatlon.
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HER RIDING ESCORT
1 " Circulation Books Open to All."
BY WILSON FOR
Senate Asked to Confirm Sen
ator O'Gorman's Partner for
Wise's Former Post
NOT A TAMMANY MAN.
Leader of District Declares
Lawyer Is Not Organiza
Word come from Waahlngtan to-day
that President Wilson had sent the
name of H. Saowdan Marshall to the
Sonata for appointment to bo District.
Attorney for tho Southern District of
New Tork, to auoeeed Henry A. Wise.
Mr. Marshall to a partner of
lamas A O'Oormeo. Hla
mentioned for tho place at tha time
whoa It waa understood that Senator
o a or man desired to have his aso-ta-
law. Dudley Plaid Males.
to bo Collector of tho Pose.
President Wilson offered Mr.
tho post of Tktrd Assistant
of Stats and ho accepted.
Tho other appointments sent to ths
Senate by tho TTssilsot to Say wars
those of Walter H. Pago to be
baasador to Oraat Britain, whloh was
announced some time ago; former
Governor John B. Osborne of Wyonv
Ing to bo First Assistant Secretary of
Stats, and William H. Osborn of
OisenSboro. N. c. to be Commissioner
of Internal Revenue.
The members of the Arm of O'Oormsn,
Battle Marshall are. besides tho asw
appointee and the Senator. Oeorge Gor
don Battle, to whom It la eaM that
President Wilson offered the place be
for he offered it to Mr. Marshall.
Mr. Marshall to of Virginia parentage.
Ha to a great grand-nephew of the
great Virginia Jurist. John Marshall,
who was Chief Justice of aha Su-
pramo Court of tho Units! States.
He la now In Norfolk, Vs.. visiting
relatives. Mr. Marshall's homo here to
at Ma 111 Bast Sixtieth street, and his
office to at No, Wall street
Ha has appeared in tho State and
Federal courts aa counsel in many noted
eases, among them those of Roland B.
Mollneaux, Richard Canfleld, ths Bor
den Milk Company, the Pennsylvania
Sugar Company, for whloh he got a
settlement of 130,000,000 against ths
American Sugar Company; President
Castro of Venezuela, and James A
Ftonnony. charged with fraud la con
demnation of land at Huat'a Point,
Mr. Marshall to not a member of the
Tammany organisation of hla diet riot.
Thomas hi Rueh, she Tammany leader.
aald to-day that ho thought Mr. Marshall
hod lived in the district a very short
ttms end was not active to polMteal
BY PRESIDENT TO-DAY.
Wilson to-day nominated ss-Qov. John
E. Oe borne of Wyoming to be First
Assistant Secretary of State. William
H. Osborne of Greensboro, N. C, to be
Commlsslonsr of Intsrnsl Revenue.
Thess other nominations were trans
mitted to the 8enate: Surveyor-General
of Oregon, Edward O. Worth of Port
land. Registers of Land Oflloee: Onlas
C. Skinner. Montrose, OoL. John H.
Bowsn, Springfield, Ho.; James F.
Burgess, Laks View, Ore. Receivers of
Public Moneys: Lee A. Ruark, Del
Norte. Col.; William A. Maxwell. Den
ver; Samuel B. Berry, Montrose, Col.;
Sam Mothersheed, Burns, Ore.; L A.
Booth, the Dalles, Ore.; Nolan Skiff.
La Grande, Ore.; Samuel Butter, Sac
NO HIT, NO RUN GAME.
Pitcher C allies of Mllwaakss Gets
Credit fsr First sf Ssnsoa.
CHICAGO. April 15 -According to
epeiiale from Milwaukee the first "no
hit, no run" gams of ths American
Association of the season of 1113 was
pitched yesterday against Louisville toy
Ralph Cutting of tha Milwaukee team.
The official soors to-day gavs Cutting
credit for such a game. Umpires John
stone and Connelly having agreed that
doubtful hit off Nloholson'a bat
should have been chaxged as an error
Worifl Wants Work Wonders.
NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL IB, 1913.
TO BE LOCATED ON
Rapid Transit Commissioners
Have Practically Decided
on the Locations.
MANY EXPRESS STOPS.
Pennsylvania Railroad Will
Get a Special Station for
The Publlo Service Commission made
public to-day tha locations of the eub
way etatlona on tho new dual eystom
Insofar aa they have been decided upon.
Since tho publlo hearings ware held on
tha matter of atatlon localltlee many
changes have been made and tho list
contains a number of surprisss.
Ths lootlons are aa follows:
NIW YORK MUNICIPAL RAILWAY
CORPORATION SYSTEM B. R. T.)
Fulton street. -
BasaSnni stress ttasi
City Hall (sspress).
Union Square (express).
Thlrty4ourth street (sxprsis)
Forty-ninth street (eapress).
Fifty -seventh street.
loth street, vatoa Sfsan.
Sixth avenue. Manhattan.
' Third avanua.
' First avanua
Or ah am avenue.
. Mostogue street ttoei
S. St Fells street, FUtbaak avease
Hew triisuht avwaas ttoei
Ntoth avanua (express),
Sixty -eeoond street (express).
Seventy -nhrth surest
Bay Peru-way (express).
TV en ty -fifth enrenua
Oraveaea avesae itoai
Fort Hamilton Parkway.
Eighteenth avenue (erpress).
Kings Highway (sspress).
INTER BO ROUGH RAPID TRANSIT
1. Beveatk aveaue Has, Manaattaai
WUHaat street ltoei
Fulton strst e
Chambers street (express).
Fourteenth strest (sxprsss).
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RETAIN THEIR JOBS
Wilson Administration De
clares None Will Be Re
moved Except for Cause.
WASHINGTON, April IB. - Post-msster-Oeneral
Burleson announced to
day that It was tho Administration's
policy to continue all Republican post
masters now 1n office to the end of their
terms, provided no charges were sue
I shull against theSr snVtoncy. The pol
icy unpHeo to all olaasss of Poat
maaawa. "M department will be run on busl
aasa Unas and not by polities." said
Mr. Burleson, In explaining the new
policy. He declared that there might
be some removals, but ha believed that
tho majority of the poet masters ware
eraoiem and would not be disturbed.
"There will have to be epeoiao charges
of tocAeisnoy. however," he added,
"before any one will bo removed."
Mr. Burleson aald tha decision bad
been reached after oonferenoee with
President Wilson, who favors ths merit
eystom. At present a plan to being
worked out tor securing efficiency
under the civil aarvtos. fourth class
postmasters having been placed under
that Jurisdiction on an sxsoutlve order
by Mr. Taft
Samuel Houston Thompson 0f Denver,
former Republican Attorney-General of
Colorado, has been selected for Assist
ant Attorney-General of the United
States before the Court of Claims. Ha
wss head of the Wood row Wilson Rooky
Mountain Club, one of the President',
tod ants at Princeton, and a member
of ths famous Prlnoeton eleven of K
UNDERWOOD OUT AGAIN.
at Mia TarlB Work Despite
WASHINGTON. April IB Despite
remonstrances of bis physician, family
and Houas associates. Majority Leader
Underwood returned to bis tariff work
to-day after a day a Illness from acuta
Indigestion. He resumed charge of the
Democratic tariff caucua In the Houas
Undsrwood wag considerably wsaksnsd
by hla Illness, but Insisted upon "getting
Circulation Books Open to
Given Change of Diet, Pontiff
Says "This Reminds Me
of Old Times."
ROME. April IB. -Ths elsartng sp of
tbs weather to-day. which waa bright
and sunny, although cold. Is tag
hare aa a hopeful augury for tha re
covery of the Pope, who himself .be
came cheerful whan hla attendant
drew tha blinds this morning and 1st
tbs sunshine stream Into the room.
Father Parolln. ths Pope's nspbew,
cams Into ths bedchamber Immediately
afterward and helped his uncle
through his morning toilet. Ht then
gave him Ms first restorative, consist
ing of a oup of weak coffee and milk,
the change from eggs and milk being
grestly appreciated by the Pope, who
repeated several times "This rssalnds
ma of old times"
Father Parolln then left bis uncle
with Mgr. Bressan, his private secre
tary, and went to the telephone to
give hie aunts, ths Pops's slatsrs. ths
satisfactory morning report.
In the meantlms Dr. AnJres Amis!
notified Prof. Marohlafava of ths Pon
Whsn Prof. Marohlafava appeared
the Pops was so ohssrful that ha Joked
with the physician In lbs seme way as
bs was accustomed to do before his
He congratulated tbs Professor or.
ths rsaltoation of his prediction la re
gard to his amelioration, whereupon
Prof. Marchlafava answered:
"I will make another prediction you
srlll have a further relapse If you be
have Imprudently and if you do not pa
tiently fuuu the doctor's commands"
At U o'clock the Pope was asslstsd
from his bsd and removed to an arm
chair close by. He bad been there only
a tew minutes whsn hs showsd signs
of dissatisfaction and began sighing.
He finally said: 'That tyrant Mar
chiefs va forbids me Jo walk. At toast
carry me to the window so that I may
enjoy tha sun."
This was dons Immediately. Is ths
great delight of the Pops
At noon the Pontiff took sons chicken
Jelly, which seemed to refresh him
MADE Sm GROW
"Dummy" Kelly, Who Is Holding
Out $100,000 Profit, Makes Start
ling Revelations of the Ways
of High Finance.
FINANCIAL GIANT'S WAND y
PILED UP THE MILLIONS
Lawyer, in Answer to Suit, Shows
How a Fortune Was Wrung
Out of Company."
Joseph P. Kelly, tt 25-4week "dummy" who Kami wj
Anthony N. Brady and the estate of A. N. Young of holdinc out Si 00,001
"profits" of a deal, of which he unexpectedly found himself possessed,
had his day In court to-day. What he says fai his own defense aboul:
the Brady-Young outfit if an amazing revelation of high finance methwtv
showing how, for instance, with the benefit of legal advice and manipula
tion a little 125,000 lighting plant at Dayton, o., was parlayed tate a
S4o,ooo,ooo corporation within seven years.
"STARBOARD" AND "PORT"
CONSIGNED BY NAVY
TO DAVY JONES' LOCKER.
"Right" and "Left" to Be Used on
All Warships Now by Order
of Secretary Danielson.
WjuWINOTOK, April JA-Two blta of
eea talk dear to the hearts of all old
salts wore consign sd to-day to Davy
Jones's looker in an order laaued by
Secretary Daniels abolishing ths dee s-
natlons "port" and "starboard" and re
placing them with "right" and "left" In
the every day parlance of landlubbers
The change waa indorssd by ths naval
general board, which, la a atotament
explaining tha reason tor tha change,
'It 1s thought If a see rah to made for
terma that will indicate erectly what Is
to bo dons, and that ars familiar from
childhood to all that may become steers
men, more appropriate terms than right
or left cannot bs selected. Kvery one
turns to ths right or left In civil life, a
screw to light or left -handed ; In the
preliminary Instruction of seamen they
right and left face and go squad or col
umn right or left, and, moreover, these
ere nautical snd tactical terms
'Ships right and column left and sim
ilar terms ars constantly employed.
Whsel right or wheel left or simply the
order, right or Isft, is a dlreotion to
the man at tha wheel whteh can be In
stantly and aoeuratsly executed. Thsss
orders sum accord with ths motion of
ths arm and hand wlien used In conning
QAYNOR TELLS HOW HE MADE
Cut City's "Ads" Out of All but
Two and Caused Mutual Amity,
In dlsousslng newepaper advertising
with Charities Commlaaloner Drumiuo-id
to-day, Mayor Oaynor said:
When 1 cams Into office I found that
advertlelng for the olty waa appearim
and being paid for in thirty ur thirty-
nve newspapsrs. 1 reso up the law on
tne aubjsut and found that It read that
city wants and proposals for contract.
mual be puoitsneo in at least two
'I nave sept city savsriising down
to two nswspapere ever sines. Now 1
nnd that I have become a great friend
of the newepapsrs or ths nswspapsrs
bsvs become great friends of mine."
PslBter Killed by Pall.
David Ooldtnan, twenty years old, a
palutsr employed at 1U7 Plrst avenue,
was killed to-day when he fell from a
scaffold to ths atone courtyard.
PRICE ONE OENT.
Kslly m his reply to tha salt sees up
!.rrJm of rtrt""! possession to tt.
1100,000 which Brady sad the Tosag
wn' ,Bd w",e s admits ho
oas. The answsr of Kslly Is ths gsgt
Prepared by Mlrabaau U Towns
snd Mr. Towns has not sUntsd himself
in language, even going as far as to
compare the distinguished nnanclsrs to
whom hs la opposed with tha lata Jack
D EC LA R 18 HI NtVM
WAS A "DUMMY."
Although Kslly waa only a rl mag
raphsr In ths ofBcs of A M. Tosag. his
reply to tha suit ahowa that ha asan
as sd to gst pretty close to tho Inside
workings of tho deal by which Toung
and Brady nabbed the light beat sad
powsr system of Dayton. O. KeUy
rompsrss himself with Oeorge & Oor
lelyou. Daniel Lament and WUUssa
tioeb Jr., all of whom started Ufa as
stsnographsrs If hs was a "dummy. '
hs eaya, ha never knew II, and as da
flea Brady and ths Toung estate to
prove It r
The tale hlngea about the rise of too
C3.000 Montgomery County Light Oaas
pany to ths M0.no0.oso Dayton Power and
lighting Company, an within
years, it rsveals ths mighty
rady. as that pntsnflsl isomer giant
has not been disclosed before. II shows
how ths laws of Ohio and tha wtU of
the now stricken clttosns of Dayton
wars overridden to consummate a 1
coup. It teems with secret purcha
Doards of dummy :- a.
all, it unfolds ths gsnlus of the dummy
clerk who saw ths way to stake htm-
f"!f to floo.OM of the its" of one
transaction, which Brady now seeks to
recover with the aid of ths court
Prior to June is. jgU. when Bs'.ly
came into ths plot, ths Montgomery
company, ths Day!" Elsctrio Light
Company, its successor, tho Daytoa
Cltlsens' Rlsctrlc Com a rival snd
ths Dayton Lighting Company, a
successor to ths Daytoa Bleotrto lAgbt
"enpany. were inr,-"a..,i into
Dayton Power and Light Compaay,
with an authorised capitalisation (
ttl.uoo.ow and t3u.uJU.ouo bonds.
BRADY AND YOUNG SKCUBBD
Ths total capitalisation of ths asm
pan lea merged was 17,10,000. By tma
merger Brady and Young aecured con
trol of all tha lighting companies of
Dayton, although the charter Of tho
Dayton Ottlsens' Electric Company for.
bads It to consolidate with any other
corporation within Ave years of Its crea
tion. Its stock waa secretly bought
year after It cams Into being by ths
Unltsd eltstss Locomotive sad Equip
ment Company, a Brady corporation.
The only dlBereiiae between the Day
ton lighting Company, which had a
capital stuck of ta.Mu.000 and bonds of,
12,600,000. and Its HO.uoo.SOO successor, g
thai ths iJi'-r compaay added a fran
chise of t.uos . if railway belonging
to ths HUM and Bales Railway Case,
pany, capitalised at MOM. That Biadf
aecured a monopoly of lighting rssaPB
nias and a street car Use. Press tha Bet
earnings of eW.Oto to MM kg.