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WALSH, UNDER FIRE, ADDS TO GRAFT STORY
SULZER PRIMARY BILL BEATEN; VOTE 42 TO 8
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. SENATE
Legislators Disregard the Gov
ernor's Demand That Party
Hedges Be Kept.
EXTRA SESSION SOON.
Governor Declares He Will
Keep Legislature at Work
Until It Accepts Bill.
By Martin Green.
tmM Oorreepoadeat af Th Besting
Worla.
ALBANY, April 30. The State
Senate, after a couple of hour of
lebat thU afternoon, refuted to paaa
tie Sutler direct primary bill.
The vote was 8 yeas to 42 nays.
During th debate It became appar
ent that GOV. Hulter' attempt to In-
-'irnlewtw the "tenete- trsd gneeet the
.'epest resentment.
Henator Wanner, the majority lead
er and Tammany representative, de
fied the Clovernor to carry out hta plan
of reprteal and t ic defiance was echoed
by otarr Henator. It wan plain that
fcii for hi insult to tha ffrnate con
tained In lila veto of the lllainelt bill
and hli announced Intention to uae hie
executive power and patronage to fores
flla bill he would have tared better
Whoa tha Hulter bill . oalled up
as a special order of hualneea. Henator
Srewn asked that his bills be placed on
Vhlrd reading for -onslderatlon Immedi
ately after the debate on the Suiter bill.
Unanimous consent was given for this
action, and tha Republicans had a bill
to vot for.
fWUM.ICAN LEADS ATTACK ON
THE BILL.
Senator Brown opened the debate
against the Sulaer trill. Hs attacked the
provision calling for the abolition of
(he State convention for the selection of
State-wld candidates, and declared that
the direct nomination system Is not prac
ticable In the taii- tt New York be
cause of the large population.
Hs attacked the provision of the Suiter
MH sailing for a party council of candi
dates. Senators and Htate Committee
man for the adoption of a plutform. Hs
said that. although the convention sys
tem had been universally alincked be
oasiM of the prevalence of oUce-holdcrj
and efltce-seekers In convent lone. Uov.
Suiter Is advocating- what I practically
a State convention composed entirely 01
office-holders and orllcerseekert.
Senator Brown declared that Nw
Terh City, because of the congestion
of population and the convenience in
tending the process of voting at prima
ries, would monopolise State candldatet
for flier. The up-state communities
would never have a chance to get a
man on a State ticket under the Suiter
system of petition nominations.
Senator Murtaugli. Democrat, aald
he would vote against the Suiter bill.
MURTAUGH CHALLENGES GOV.
SULZER TO TALK.
Ssnator Murtaugh said he agreed with
tlie Hultei bill In every detail except the
iholltlon of State conventions and two
Of three minor matters tfiat could be eas
ily amended. As to Oor. Suiter's threat
i,i go out among the people and tell
liem that they twit been betrayed by the
legislators. Senator Murtaugli said he
a mi"l the liovrrnor to go up into his
district, and if his constituents, after
hearing the Oovernor, wanted him tu
vole for the Sulsar bill, he would vote
for It
Senator Blsuvelt defended his bill,
which the Oovernor vetoed the other
day In a message characterising It as
fraudulent. Senator Ulauvalt aald his
MU, with the exception of four minor
provisions, Is Incorporated almost bod
ily In the Suiter bllW
Ssnator Thomas, Republican, aald he
would vote for tbe Brown bill. Senator
Oubamel than took up the argument
lor ths Sulaer bill, Senator McKnlght,
who Introducsd the bill for the Gov
ernor, being kept away from the session
by niasss.
Senator Healy of Westchester, whose
support Gov. suiter demanded from
Mine" Welsh, tbe leader of West
chester County, announced that he
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HIS FIGHT
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KILLS THE BILL
HERE'S THE VOTE.
Voting aye Senator
Hnmel. Mcknight, O'Keefr, Pal
mer. Sweeter, Meade, Wheeler
and Whitney.
"oea Senators ArretMnger,
Blanrelt, . Iloylan, Brown, Bus
ey, Carroll, CarswelL, Coats,
I'ullen, Emerson. I'ltxgerald,
Foley, Krawley, (Jedfrry, UrlfUn,
Hearoek, Healy, Heffeman, Her
rick, Hewitt, r(lfllans. Ma
lone, Miirtagh, Ormnnd. Patten,
Peekhnm, Pollock, Hamspenrer,
Hage, Manner, Simpson, Htllwell,
Stlrera, Sullivan, Thomas
Thompson, Tnrborg, Velte, Waff,
ner, Walton, White, Wilson.
AS MURDERER OF
POLISHNOBLEMAm
Wealthy Landlord Was Last
Man Seen With Prince Lu
hecki, Found Dead.
WARSAW, Russian Poland, April .
An extraordinary aensstlon was caused
to-day by the arreat of Heron John
Blsplng, one of tha wealthiest land
lords of Lithuania, on the charge of
murdering Prince Ladlslas Druckl
Lubeckl, a close relative by marriage,
whose body was found pierced with two
bullet wounds on April 3 In the park
adjoining his residence at Teresln, near
Warsaw.
Prince l.adltlas Druckl Tjuheckl who
wag a well known Polish nobleman and
President of the Automobile Club of
Warsaw, left his house on April 22 with
Baron Blsplng with ths Intention of ac
companying him to the railway station.
Aa the Prince did not return a search
a made and his body was thsn found
In the park with his carriage and horses
standing nearby.
The arrest of Baron Blsplng fol-
lowed on his evidence st the Inquest,
which the police allege was contradic
tory in regsnl to ths last moments
the two men spent together.
Baron John Hlsplng married a Prin
cess Radtlwlll. daughter of Count An
drew Zamuyokl and Prlnceaa Caroline
de Boureon.
Prince L,adlalas was a grandson of
the last Polish Minister of Finance.
ho resented the attempt of the Gov
ernor to force hi Ideas on the Sen
ate. The action of Senator Healy
Showed that the Governor's demand on
Walsh was fruitless, ami It Is now
anticipated that Walsh will feel the
tllspleusure of the Executive.
Senator Mot 'lelland. In announcing his
uppuMtlon m the bill, took quite n fail
out of the Governor, whom hs charac
terlted as Hie Majesty. He wanted to
know If the Democnacy la bigger than
Suiter or Suiter It bigger than the
Democraoy.
'fetid Majesty says he is going to et
cnmmunlcate us," ahouted the Henator.
"Well, he can't excomnnunW-ate me. I
was a Democrat when he was wearln
thort pants."
Senator llnwn took occasion to spring
a Joke. He eald he was amated nt
complaints of executive preaaure voice!
by the majority rlenators and called at
tentlon to section 13IM of the penal co le
providing for imprisonment of from five
to ten years f r any person seeking to
Intimidate or Influence a member of the
Legislature.
"The trouble Is," aald Senator Hrown,
"that the provisions of this section ap
ply only 1 1 a person. That leu t ie Ex
ecutive out. The Governo' also haa ths
power of pardon."
"I have been told," said Gov Suiter
to The Evening World Just before the.
(Continued en Last Page)
BARON ARRESTED
" Circulation Books Open to All"
Tte Frem Pah
Vara WerUl.
NEW
MBRNOT
ALIEN LAND BILL
E
Measure Favored by Senate
Will Prevent Them Holding
Property in the State.
BUT MEETS TREATY.
Expected to Pass Both Houses
in Short Order and Be
Signed by Governor.
SACRAMENTO, Cel., Aprtl .-Cell-fornla's
answer to President Wilson and
Secretary Bryan on antl-Japanese legis
lation la a bill which, while In reality
discriminates against the Japanese es
holders of land In this State, still. It Is
claimed, keeps within treaties between
the United State and Japan.
The measure, known as ths Webb bill.
It is believed, may meet the pending
situation and possibly be acceptable to
the Administration at Washington.
Action on she Webb bill was When
at midnight, within three minutes af
ter a confer ace between Secretary of
State Bryan, Gov. Johnson and the
legislative leaders, at which Mr. Bryan
announced that the official meeeag of
President Wilson to California had
been spoken
The Senate, before which the Birdcall-Thompson
bill was pending, met
In a hurried session, and within three
mlnutee voted to substitute for that
measure the new draft known aa tbe
Webb act, which waa completed by Attorney-General
Webb yesterday. The
substitute wee adopted aa an amend
ment and the bill ssnt to ths printer
with a rush order.
GOVERNOR WILL SIGN THE
NEW MEASURE.
Owing to the absence of Mr. Bryan In
San Francisco, whither he went to-day
as the guett of tbe Panama-Peolflc Ex
position Company, It Is the plsn of the
Senete leaders to lake no further action
on the bill until Thursday, when It will
come up in the regular course of busi
ness and undoubtedly will be passed, It
Is said.
It will then no to the Assembly and
Anally to the Governor, who has stated
that he will sign the measure at once.
The new bill Is believed to be drawn
In strict conformity with the treaty
between Japan and the United States,
but all efforts to secure an opinion
from Secretary Bryan or President Wil
son failed and th State leaders de
cided forthwith to proceed with their
plans for enacting It Into law.
The term "Ineligible to citlsenshlp,"
which Is the part so odious to the Jap
anese, was eliminated from tha new
measure, but the same result was at
tained by stipulating that all aliens
"not eligible to citlsenshlp" may ac
quire end hold land only In accordance
wtlh any treaty now existing between
the United States and their country.
DIDN'T GET "OPINION" FROM
BRYAN OR WILSON.
This. In' the opinion of leader, leeves
the Federal authorities no cause for
complaint. If the substitute bill, rushed
through at midnight, offends the Japan
ese It will be because of restrictions In
the treaty and not because of etpresaed
discrimination In tha language of the
bin.
The phrase 'inellrihle :o nltllsnelilp"
Is avoided in the Wei in mil hy provlil
Ins two descriptions of cille.il, ami di -fining
th rights of civ-h. as follows-
"1. All aliens eligible to Httoenship
may acquire ami hold land In the suuic
manner as tlltens of rhe United States
"2. All oilier aliens mav acquire, po
aees and transfer land 'In I he manner
and to the extent and for the (nirnoce
prescribed by any treaty now existing
between the QOYfJf lUnent of the I'niteJ
State arid the nation or country of
which auch ullnn 1 a cltlxen or sub
ject.' "
A the treat between t'le United
States and Japan piIUoe that ian 1
may 'be acquired or leiael only for
residential purposes, or for f:C(orles and
shops, the act l held to be a rigid
restriction upon the acquisition of funn
ing Imids by 'he Japanese.
Senator l.eroy A Wright, Republican,
who opposes tho bill, declares that 'he
wording of Ihe act h .1 ruiitei Migu ,.
tended to de eive ihe Japanese
Dr.
Ihjvid Stan- Jordan, president of l,
Stanford I'lilverslly, ilo sayi the mca
.tCnaUaued oa BsfJaleeaUi Peas.;
HI A AN
TORE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30,
Pretty Woman Rebuked in Court
For Showing Too Much Stocking
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THEWHITELIGHTER
Gave Him Fat Contracts as J.
B. Brady, Vice-President
of Supply Firms.
By S. M. William:
sHaff Oeersapondeat of The
Worla.
BOSTON, Mass.. April ).-"Dlamood
Jim" Brady, who I best known In New
Tork as patron of Broadway restau
rant and theatrical first nights, waa rhi
principal subject of the testimony to-day
In ths Investigation Into the financial
affairs of Uie New Haven Railroad be
fore Commissioner Prouty of the Inter
state Commerce Commission. In the
guise of J. B. Brady, Vice-President of
numerous railway supply h ousts and
Intimate personal friend of President
Mellen, the "Diamond Jim" of Broad
way was shown to have secured with
out competition millions of dollars'
worth of contracts from the New Haven
road.
The Boston Chamber of Commerce
took the lead In to-day's Inquiry, and
Its attorney, Robert Homans, began
poking Into supfjiy contracts. .
Fabian, formerly assistant to Pri sldsnt
Mellen but now purchasing agent of th
Boston and Maine, was the wltni
from whom facts ami flgurs were
drawn.
HOW "DIAMOND JIM" FIGURES
AWAY FROM BROADWAY.
"I find record. " x.ild Mr. Homans. "of
contracts with th Kletli t'arand Manu
facturing Company of Sagamore, Mass .
signed J. II. Brady, Vlce-Prelden.' I
this the Mr Brady who Is the Intimate
personal friend of Mr. Mellsnf"
"1 think he In," replied the witness
"And Is he also VlOS-Presldent of the
Osgood Bradley ''ar Company ot
Worcester and the Standard Steel Car
Company of I'lttsbuig. and of Manning.
Maxwell a Moore of New Yorkl"
"I believe he Is."
"It be th same Mr. Brady who fig
ured foe bnef per. .i u, Vice. Presi
dent of tho Provided- Hs hi ties Com
pany.'for whluh he received Wou.ouu, :
has been sbowii in previous lastUnwn I '"'
"1 don't Uiiow an; tbuig ubuut that,
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BASEBALL AND RACING PAGE 20.
MRS. BELMONT ON ROUND
OF SUFFRAGETTE PLACES.
(ids to Lorklon Hindquarters After
Police Make Raid To He Host
ess to Miss Pankhurst.
1NIXN. April 10 Mrs. O.
11. p Itelmont made an efhaus
tive trip around the suSragette can
Ires to-ilay. When she reached the
leadquarteri of the BToman'a social
and I 'ii 1 1 1 lea) I'nlun she found pollr
men In possession Mrs llelmont had
joined the international suffrage ciub
of I. onion and during her rojourn has
purchased n larss selection of photo
graphs f Pslllttnl euflrigett uid of
campaign poatsri for tbe adornment of
her political headq lurters ,u e.v Vork.
She IntenilM to start f.r Pails to-moi-row
and will Invite ( hrUtabel Punk-
aural "' spend the sunrtnai with ur in
M'f vuia at DaaavUlo on the Froana
"Circulation Books Open to
1913.
24
ORDERED 10 KEEP
HER SKIRTS DOWN
WHILEINCOURT
Justice Gavegan Tells Mrs.
Ducas She Is Making an
Indecent Exposure.
HER STOCKINGS GRAY.
"She Is Making Far Too Free
an Exhibition of Them,''
He Says.
Justic Oevegaa looked down from
Ms benoh In Part V.. Supreme Court
died hie sern and Puritan eyes upon
a certain object or objects, to be
ooreot and pointing; aa aenualtiaT anger
at the earns, thundorsd
"1 want to aay to
m bias sitting there that Obe Is
spectral to this Court tad that she in
mablng aa Indecent esrpoeere of hart
In a public plaee. If ehe wishes mo to
I wni oar for her
St that he lower 1
clad. She to making far too free aa en-
awsUta
walot, blank tailor snadt seat aad gray
eteetrlnga waa sitting nrntstiggtt by
the ssde of Antorasw Ames H. Beans.
There was no doubt that aba were gray
stocking -and that they war net the
latest style socks, either.
Mrs. Ducas turned scarlet, her eyes
filled with quick tears of mortification
d aho nerreualy tried to smooth down
her rather abbreviated skirt
"Why. your Honor," Mr. Evans, the
attorney, Snally managed to gasp
'This young woman la the defendant la
this 801100."
"I don't eare who ahs la," Jostles
Oavegan retorted tartly. "She Is mak
ing an Indecent exposure of herself In
this court a public place. That's all
hare to say 1"
Benjamin p. Ducas, af No. a South
William street who In many Umos a
millionaire, had aummoaed his wife to
defend a suit brought by him to compel
her to live up to the termalof a separa
tion agreement entered Into between
them on Dec. 1, EM In ltOO h hsd
Journeyed to hi old homo In Aloace-
Lorralne and married the youngest
daughter of one of his boyhood friends,
thsn a mere Blip of a girl. Thsy want to
Uve first st No. M East SIgty-thIrd
strset and then at ths Hotel Netherland.
A year later a son, Robert P. Duces,
waa born to them.
In IMS they parted under a separation
agreement by which Mrs. Ducas wae to
have the custody of th boy, but was not
to hs permitted to tabs him outelde th
Horough of Manhattan except during
July and August of alternate years. It
was further provided thst Mr. Ducas
waa to hav th boy with him from t
to T.S0 P. M. every day and from 10 A.
M. Saturday morning till t A. M. Mon
day. Attorney Jay C. Ouggenhelmsr
wa mad trustee under the agreement
and to him Mr. Ducas paid Mno a year
for the support of Mrs. Ducts and 0,000
a year for the support of th boy. Mr.
Ducas contend that In 1M and In Mil
Mrs. Ducas kept the hoy sbroad until
the end of October, making It linpoaslbl
for the boy tu keep up In hi school
classes, and that In 1M2 ehe took him
away and Mr Duces has not seen him
since.
Mra Dura repltao that ahArtly afts
sh arrived In this country her hueband
began to treat her brutally, that ehe
algnad th agreement only under duress
and fenr that unices she did th would
he deprived of all means of support and
her aoti be taken away fr m her.
PURDY MAY GET PORT JOB.
He IB amed aa Possible Choice fur
ulterior (or Its Vork.
WAKIIlNtlTON. April . -laiweon
Imrdy f Bw New Vork Tax Owiimls
slon waa brought forward to-day as a
possible SholOS for Ihe Collector of the
I Port at New york. Senator O'lkirmsn
I suggested Mr !unly and a letter slsu
' was received at the White House from
prominent Democratic up-eilate leader
Indorsing Hie suggestion.
other than th fa.l that Ihe Preddent
! iiiobably ould not nominate anybody
, until nest week, thmd was no Informs-
Hon available at th White Uous sea-
Vug
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PAGES
Informer Testifies
$10,000 BRIBE PLOT
NEW DISCLOSURE BY
WALSH ON THE STAND
Accused m the Sipp Conspiracy -'
Raised Fund to Silence Fox
if He Was Convicted.
DIVIDED COLLECTIONS
WITH EACH IN COMMAND
Defendants, Taken in Handcuffs to
Appellate Court, Lose Fight to
Dodge Tombs Cells.
Funds Wclbnsn fiercely
W. Wstt oa beratf ot sfl four ot
My. Jarri & riuMe, Jims P. Thompson sad Join J. Arurfbs. om bM
in the Supreme Court for oaofttmcy to obstruct justice. The hwyetf
pounded rhrougl out rrty tl of Ms iftemxr.'s aeaion, with tC flit
ifor which hh own robust physique afforded Mm sgalnst (he frail, J
mtn In the witness cruur.
Wellman made Welsh adrnrt that he had atMiaxmed hb one time
friends and (hat now he was fjylhf
do so he must "deliver the men higher tip" Sweeney, Hussey, ThoojB-
son and Murtha.
WEALTHY WOMAN ACCUSED
OF MAINTAINING NUISANCE.
Surrendered by Her Counsel After
a Warrant for Her Arrest
Was Issued.
Mra Sarah Ballln, a wealthy woman
llvlne at No. Ill Wst One Hundred
and Rlahtssnth strset. was surrendered
hy her counsel to Chief Magistrate Me
Adoo thle afternoon after tho District
Attorney's office had obtained a war
rant aaalnet her charging her with
malntalnlns a public nulaanc. from
the house at No. tit West Twenty-flfth
etreet, which Mrs. Ballln owns, four
women bars recently been taken to
court on chorees of bslng inmate ef a
disorderly house.
Follow! no raids upon the place mads
by Lieut Oootlaan of the Headquarter
talf. a realstsrsd latter was sent to
Mrs. Ratlin, notifying her of tbe char
acter at the house shs owned. No re
ply eras forthcoming end o warrant for
her arreat waa secured only after po
liceman had failed to And Mra Ballln.
She woe bold la tits veil for further
sasnlnatlon on May e.
JUDGE SCORES JURY.
as haraeg With Herniary
le
J mine stwenn, (n th Court of Oen-
ral Hwslona thl afternoon, acored th
Jury sitting In the oae of Albert K
Maker, charged with burglarlalng the
house of the Italian Oonsul at No. SOT
West Haventy-nlnth street. The vardl ;t
was "Not guilty "
"It's getting th fashion. " said Hat
Honor, "for Jurl to tast th ward of
orook agalnat that of raspctabl . lu
tein It's an outrage to turn thl man
loose to egaln prey on ths community.
The evidence In the oase show him to
lie absolutely guilty. Th word of a po
llceman Is to Im believed before that of
any Ttok, no niatttw what the condi
tions iney be in the department at pres
ent.
VEDRINES STARTS FLIGHT
FROM FRANCE TO SCOTLAND
LYONS. France. April 10 Jules Ved-
rlnes, the French aviator, started from
here et in A. XI. to-day In his mono-
plan on a flight to Edinburgh, Scot
land, a distance of approalmataly no
uillee In an air line to the north.
VlIslMXrUtiUAt', Franc. April .
Vadrtna alighted bore with hie aero
plane at I.M A. M. to refill his tanks.
Hs look wing again at 1st toward th
IV I I W IN a
PRICE ONI OENT.
That Inspector
the former rrnccton, Denrrta
to save himself ; that he realised to
"
Th fwwyer wet from the wttnoas (hat
Mr Welsh and Mrs. Stpp were elasa
tnanoa, mat th. Bkap had
night at ths Walsh country
isaot once Then Mr.
"And yet you ask the Jury to
that yon spoke to this man whom
nsve osited a moral pervert only
times In your lifer
"I esn prov It,'
nantly.
After Mr. WeUman ended hat
examination of Walsh, Mm &
neld asked the right to a few
affecting th credibility of Walsh
retard Mr. gtanch.ield'a okent.
Wal.b had boon two hoars
sensational revelation, moot of ths
points la his graft etory not be for. re
veaieo, when Assistant Dletrtet-Attee
ney Clark turned the StatVa moot tai
portant wltneee ovr to Francla WeD
man for croea-axsmlnatlon.
Mr. Wellman went at the atmpeasSsal
Captain vigorously, making blm admit
that he had been a Captam only two
montna when he v.-a sent to th Eats
On Hundred and Twenty-eixth etreet
station and that hs had begun to eel
loat graft at once through Patrolman
Koa, who had been honaet provtouely,
so far hs knew.
Among the new dlsdoeur hy Walsh
wee that the accused Inspectors, beside
ooneplrlng to pay Hipp U. to aUy M1
of town, had arranged a IlO.Ouo fund to
upport Fox's family f ths patrolman
had been convicted. Walsh hsd paid his
share to Sweeney, he swore, when Fas
confession polled the plot.
All four of the Inspector had divided
vies grsft with him whlls In command
of th Harlem district. Walsh testified
Walah U a sick man. but he to far
from the man lying oloee at death's
door from whom Mr. Whitman weeks
sgo gained much of the Information
whloh made the present trial po!
Hs sat far forward In th witness ohalt.
his arms resting upon his knee aad Ms
lingers Intertwined la hi lap. His po
tur mpnaalsed the extreme thinness
of his neok. wrinkled Sk a turhwy
gobbler'. He spoke at times with ob
vious effort. He woo full of earnest,
ness In hi efforts to recall and to reolle
with acoureoy the event of which he
wa questioned.
Th trial was resumed after ths four
accused former inspector had boaa
taken, handcuffed In pairs, from the
Tombs to ths Appellate Courthouse.
Twenty-nfth street and Madison av!
nue, where they loot their Bght for free.
dom during th trial. Th Court sue
talmd Justice deabury's ordr that they
spend each night In Tomb cells until
ths case to dactdsd.
Cag. Wahjeae eaJkst as tho are

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