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'NICK' HAYES ASSAILED AS SWEENEY W1TWESS
Suffragettes in Thousands Capture Fifth Avenue
Weather Talr to.slcbt mm prokablr taadari warm.
v eeMhee-rs.tr t i inttMr
PRICE ONE CENT.
VOTES FOR WOMEN PARADE
AN IMPRESSIVE SPECTACLE
TO RESPECTFUL CROWDS
Indian Girl From Oklahoma
Conspicuous Figure Among
;om Washington S4L . . uj
the Plaza Procession Moves
to Mass Meetings.
Wemrn on horseha.-k. d by .,iss In -r.
Mllholland, anil preceded by , forntlua
t: escort of police, prun.e.l Up Win
vimi thin afternoon from Washington
Square ahead of the g vi ItnJ :ro t
Impresses Votes for V i ten parade
thai country line eve- known. till I
ivod of eiTAMrtaaUoai nt women
young an I o!d in unk rw t i a hi to the
demonstration for We aiiii of ri t'
suffrage. .. ..;. . ... gyiv.Us .'l-
brats Willi music, crowds a'. II the'
. lewalka iheere-l cither In approval Or I
rood nalu:-. All In all it wan a great
day for the -uffraglete nml moat ea I
i.itiraglnn to them, The parade Itertsd I
"i jinptly at 3 o'clock
DEPUTY FIRE CHIEFS AUTO
a pap the perAds had rtaoijsd Sla (
9th atreet a larioui dlst ureases was,
caused l.y tile laoklcfe Mtlon
i.tpuly mo uhlef on hn v ay 10 a lire
Weal BYoaSwaj a. i !:o .i,'. btlleVed
:. nave oaen Chill Marl ho hoe
to ablil h! eutemi Into Fifth a ve
il :a and run down .he line of t'm p ir
ihj lor two blocks", Inste id of avoiding
Worn. n bumped iinj pushed nab
her a p I fi ll 'ii coin e.t'n out Of
way ax !i" w.r.i thro ig.: then.
i.Lffli ..ious.. ads ,'.
i- .4:-,. rid,
kj I K- DOtlOS
esejsi of t.ic
Jl.'tur icd the
ma wai h irt la m I
, ould learn.
I'lix wtM ladlreotly i
oly other InoWJsnt ajhl
ad of the line on ; u uy to tue re
cwlng atiioj .'t tlie J'ubll;- l.lirary
i.idlng. An aut09krlla axplOdad anil
aaad up In 34th Ktreet near Kiftb
enue atiJ aev.-ral th.iiixunila of petiole
ne.l ihe poliie llaot an. I it"! In the
Vii' autonuo.le wua ilrujfgeil
,.ay etlll burning anil the Itratl was
l auniiy elaaradi ml thk Una nd to
' oroken anil hal.eu until tin- SOSlnaa
Among- o ty offlalali III the reviewing
.atli v or." Bor(nih I'realdent MLAneny.
f'wnlrnMtr PrapaaTgaati Hheriff Hui-
ti.,raer, Supeilnt.iidint of Sahoala Max
,oll and Dr. John Wlnte g Hrinnan of
I atlfMa and ASSlad lloapltala.
Some men marrluil with tliem. lull, a-
may did no: wear un. forma, they were
n anhor eoniraat to the alow and apar
kla and bl ixe of ro'.or of tiieir alatWti
ive, mothers ami iHinait Suf
frage yellow fleiired from aaabati and
..off ruga reen. white and purple glowed
even'whare, from bobbing bannefa car-
r'ed high over the uniform while conknd
hata wbloh adorned the beadi of the
irrMit malorltv of tho n.ir.iu. r-
laa Iaas Mliholland, daalilns aa
waa cheered all along toe avo-
noa aa aha rode at tha lioail of twenty
BljkW horaewomm In uhlte, Juat bohlnd
in polloa eacort Then, weru choera
jiaa for "Gen." Roaalle .lonea, who lad
tha devoted band.i of htkora who went
from ttila city to Albany and Waah
lrtgton In order to create lnteraat In
MR. BURLESON, THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF.
Mr, ftlcbard t'oke Uurltpon, who
commanded tho abutted Waahlngton
parade, was the conimamUr-ln-aiitef
Her marshals were Miss Horrlt Miss F .
Traot and Miss O'Keefe. Miss Elena
Barrell of the Corporation Counsel's of
floa oommandsd a division of olvll ser
lanta mads up of clorks In munlolpnl
and Stats bureaus In this city. Mlaa
Joasphlaa Balderhlsa was Grand Mar
shal. IMOIAN OIRU FROM OKLAHOMA
CUTS A FIGURE.
A ponaptcuous fhjure was that of lieu
lab B. Sdrrmnson. a girl with Indian
bkaad In her vslns, who rode anions tho
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HERMAN RIDDER ! RPwP I ;
APPOINTED NEW iNtl 'VVyi
HEAD OF PRISONS f mmMV W$. hJt L- Ml
Sulzer Withdraws Name of
Weed, vSends in That of Edi
tor and Senate Confirms It.
i'ik.I to Tin Bwilns VssM.I
Al,HANY, May 3 Horman Rldder of
rw Vork. proprietor of the Htaats
Z"ltung newspaper and a Tammany
.nnn. waa nominated by Gov. Sulier for
tha office of Htate fV.:?orlntsndent of
Prisons thin afternoon. The BaPMs. on
motion of Majority Leader Robert F.
Wagner, tontlrmaj lbs ftominaUow wy
a :r VOOS voie
Goy. Bbitgar his Mr. RidJer's assunnco
that lie will atv-cpt the offlcs, which Is
one or the papal Important In the S ate
In view at to hneailgatlon of the
Htate prisora that l now un.1er wny
under tha manaasmenl of cieorge w.
H'.altc mill the many Ohaagsa and Irn
irovementp and, porhitps. proa. ''in. cms
-that will grow out of this Investiga
tion. The appointment of Mr. Rldd r waa a
last minute settlement of a nmble.n thai
hii OfSn taSlttg tha Governor c...
since iie took Bfflce. Karly In his ua-
miniatrntion ba ordsrsd BttparUitsndant
of PrlaOM SOOtt tO appoint Thomas
Hattlan of Auburn aa Warden of thv
Auburn Prison. Boot! refused, and the
QOSStnpf after cinisiderable rnuno. u
. ring rstnovad Hcott.
Then the tove:nof. to remain on
trrma of friendship with Thomas Matt
iiaoorne of Auburn, the Insurgent Dem
ocratic i under, nominated Judge John
B. Ititsy of OMRtaa lor tho post of
Prison Superintenden?. Jtidge Riley
waa not xatlxfactory to the Senate and
Ihe nomination was hehl up In the
Finance t' lmmltlee.
Last night the Governor withdrew
JudK Rlla 's iih:iis and au'oatltutsd that
of Oeorgi. M. Wue.1 of Plsttshurg. Judge
"Rliey'a law partner and a son of Smith
M. Weed, once leader- of the Northern
New York Democratic machine. Tha
nomination of Mr. Weed was not aoted
on hy the committee.
It became apparent bsfors the Senate
lonvened this afternoon in nnai
slon that Mr. Weed's nomination would
not be confirmed. Oov. Suisse was
faced with the proportion of quick
action una lie i-nt In the name of Mr.
He aleo resubmitted the name of John
Mitchell, former President of the United
Mine Workers of Amerloa. Mr. Mit
chell's nomination was reported out of
Committee and unanimously rejected by
Ihe Senate on motion of Senator Wag
Hmilkll Kidder has always been
prominent In local and State politics.
He Is considered the leading Gorman
democrat of tho State.
flalrlde Dale Left 30,00P Katate.
Theodore Brodski Dale, the midget
dressmaker who shot himself In his
apartment March 26, left $10,000 to equip
two teds In Mount Sinai Hospital, ac
cording tu his will, which wus died to
day. The residue of Dale's sstate,
J0,O00, goes to his uncle. Maurice Brod
ski of London, who Is directed tu collect
M.M0 from K. O. Weiss of No. 7M Sixth
avenue, which the testator says was de
posited to prOVlda ball for Dale when
he was urrctcd, charged with a crimi
Man Prostrated by Heat.
An unidentified man was found lying
unconscious on the steps of Trlnn.
Hoapltsl In idast Now York this after
noon by Ambulance Surgeon t'amphell.
lie seamed to be sufferlnK from heat
prostration, and It was aasumed he had
gone to the hospital for aid. lie wo
1 short und stout and wore u ol jck suit
I said a whiter striped shirt.
I THE MOKI.II TKtVM. Ill l: i: II.
Arc.ds. I'aliuur iWorMi BuiM n; J.i itrj rats
Row. v Y. ''ity Tlckeu rad ir.-t- . i u. vis .;.
CosslwlM. It.ru ml. t'.ntrsl aiid "utith aaMrL-ss
Bmasasa Uors. Chsrk n, mi fur lssea sad
eegsaoge M Wal siaio. isissmmm
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Marching Group of Women Suffragettes;
Indian Girl Delegate From Oklahoma
(Pbotofrapted Especially for The Bvtntaf World by i st;ft Artist.)
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stiiisss KmI vl I
"ID STRAW HATS OH
Siberian Tiger in Central Park
Zoo Topples Over Victim
Hut rnougii for youT
Well, don't get mad about It! Every
body else has got to stand for It, and
It Isn't any hottsr than It was yes.
terday. Eighty-ssvsn In the shade.
Hot enough for your old straw lid. If
you dare take a chance.
This Is ths hottsst record for May S
in forty-four ysars. In 1171 ths tem
perature reached si degrees.
Electric fans have come Into thslr
own again. They are' busy aa bees lirl.
the aubwaya and other places whsrs
people gather. And tho surface cars
are running wide open.
The waistcoat Is Btlng coat off and
the winter iiuilerault has been packal In
moth bulla, w .lie the gin rl key has
taken the place of highballs. Many
changes nave taken place In the last
few few days.
It Isn't all the weather mane fault
either. To be sure he's mixed up In It.
but the real seat of heat la over there
In the Asores. There Is u large sres of
high barometer thot air) over In tho
lalands weat. of Bpaln. It's a far cry
from here to the Asores, but Just the
same the oondltlon over trier gives us
the Coney Island weather.
STAGNATION OF AIR CURRENTS
CAUSE OF IT ALL.
You see there Is a stagnation of the
air currents, and that stops the west
and east movement, you see. Well, If
there is no circulation, with the sun
shining down upon us, we gel large
accumulation of heat at ths surface,
and Bbars you gst heat, It s going to bs
la that psrfectly plain?
There were only two cases of heat
prostration. One occurred In Lrooklyn,
and the DtABf 'be I'eiitrul Park sou.
A man on u yacht sue 'umbed to the
Brooklyn rays, and Dick, the tiger In
the BOO. was bow led over. Neltht r case
waa se:H'i is.
Hut heie's good gesfg for a , ml !..
iiuD.doo Maple, It's going to he hoi
again to-morrow, and what's the mutter
with Coney? Yes, there'll bs somethtnt
dolug at Coney Island to-morrow
When cyil Soj Jar, Aaad keeper at Uu
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1913.
mi Uillm fu M n Wi , ,
Central Park Zoo. offered Pick, th
largest Siberian tiger In capt' l V. hl
tftsrayaofj tea to-day, then grai no re-
"P0I1M not a single word of gr crm i
oaatptanoi nnl a single froi i 01 gt .
tronamla delight only gUouoa- tha kt
lane of U1 Jul ;! . tnd out In hs
eorner of Bis faga, hWddlal In a mi-
klonleea heati Of tawny fur. lay Dick.
fur surhtass years the animal kins
NOT DICK'S CUSTOM TO Br SO
It was not Hi. k
different about his
skua ..11 the flfty-
enn il toward spa '
custom 10 be In
maajg, Ma could
icven YarlsUaa I
ION 'ho enine In
admlrs him. but
food net iM'furc
his BpprovgJ of :he
ilm bad always been
frank and unr.fl e!.
Slydsr, sure Unit UlS worst had come,
rusiied Into the cage without even t ik-
lae the animal book, willcb is the ur tial
Uuag u taka wlU yoa wksn yuu go
z m , .HBi v ""a trim
I i I
...... ...... ..-.-. .'..y
n'.ling Sfl it tlKer.
Snyder stayed just lone enough In tha
nags to note that ths thermometer reg-
iatersd M ' degreed! and then made an
' exit while Bis go.ng was good. The
tlgar was not so dead thaj; you would
notice it. II was simply ovcrcoms
with tha heat.
PrOCUKag a h.ng hose, Snyder turned
i.flll full ''last upon Hick unt.l
Mile rliant" in the wtatlui. the largest
i tlgar 'n captivity hQ0k blmsslf, snarled
appft clatl' ey at ths aods who control
the weather and sst down to eat as
I John Mcl'ona'd, sistv-three years old,
nn nphblftrrer, 'Iviog at No, 311 Weti
Bevsnty.fourth s treat, while watching
Ihe ball gami in the Bplo Srotlltdj wsj
ovsraoms bi Ihs ksfSJ Hs rai sit
ting In lh( hleache-a and fall forward,
I cutting his up. lie us takan to tho
Unseui Hospital v
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WOOL SCHEDULE SUSTAINED
BY HOUSE; 193 TO 74.
WASHINGTON, May 1-fflhe House
late to-day sustained tha wool schedule
of the Underwood hill. Iff to 74 and voted
down ths Republican Substitute.
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A Olid VVailtS WOU WOlaOeri.
Wife of Sweeney Contradicts Walsh's
Testimony of Visit Nuns Who
Nursed Thompson Deny Cap
tain Visited Him in Hospital
WITNESS HEARD SDPP SAY
HE WOULD "GET" SWBBNBT
Counsel Decides to Put None off Four,
Defendants on Stand- Jury to
wjurona or the TEanmom.
asTrTVFftS,' tcMtx Qheriik waa amtatm
CTufs-exgarrhgtlon ntfr tffBwTYirir
tO ClOM Stop's taXDnd tetaa In
anger by asking how many thugs
ma-ntahsMMI nl Snls -
Mrs. Sweeny testified that
iL . i 1 1 Bas I . a s
inc enure nigm waisn swore bs vtsJted him in Ws sick px
got part of the Sipp bribe.
iTwmss McCormlck, cterk of e Liberty, N. YM
snowed by the register that
from Dec. 27 to Dec. 31,
which Sipp was absent from
Lieut. McDermott produced the blotter of the West
Hundred and Twenty-fifth street station, which rat
Thompson as starting on a five -da vs' vafaHon nev
Dr. Carter of St Vtanri HosottaJ, teamled fast TlioasB
son was a typhoid fever patient, dcNrtous for ten days, when,
according to Welsh, the latter delivered a ahsre of graft to
Oty Marshal MtMI swore Sfpp told htm ha woali
spend hb last dollar to "get" Sweeney, after Sipp was pre
vented from opening the Central Hotel tn Harlem, stop afeo
blamed Leader Nicholas J. Hayes tn tha rnacter, ft was tes
tified WiTiera J. McGrsft of Liberty swore .Tticgrapson was
Mi guest there from Aajg. 4 to Sept 37, 1909, a period when
Walsh testified be had paid graft to Thompson.
Several nuns, nurses at St Vtitcent's, tesfjfled that
Thornpson saw only Ms wife snd Hugh S levin, a rcarth
white he was in hospital.
The defense rested at 4.3a
The defense of former Police Inspector, Dennis Sweeney, James
E. Hussey, James P. Thornpson and John J. Murtha, on trial before
Supreme Court Justice Sea bury for coTaipliBcy to obstruct hjsfJce, ap
proached Ms dose to-day with the testimony of character and aOM wit
nesses. It had been decided yesterday that none of the acejassd men
should take the witness stand in their own defense, with the poeaMe
exception of Murtha, snd to-day It was determined to submit hb case
to the jury without s word from Mm.
An attack on the testimony of Walsh and Sipp was part of the
campaign. An effort to discredit both for self-interest was made.
Bp arrangement with J us tide Bsabnry
It waa determined ta psetgoaa ths sum
ming up until Monday, whaa Ok
four lawysrs far tha defense wfjl
hers aa hear aaeh to address tha lrp.
Blaea Swisasy la named Brat la tha In
dictment It la probabls that Oeorgs
Oordon Battle, his attorney, will Ogata
tha summation. Hs la ex peel ed to re
hearse all the testimony la relation not
only ta Sweeney but to tho other de
fendants aa wan.
A. B. Ollbert will follow Mr. Battle
and confine himself ta Murthe's oaaa
Then will come John B. BtaasMald for
Thompson and Francis Wsllman far
wssnsy. Mr. BUnoheld will make the
longest address, as Ollbert has agreed
to yield part at hie Maae to him.
PRICE ONE CENT.
tifarfam. Mr aaVss. easei
snd other dtaknigrly personB wan
her husband wbs whh her durkw
Cspt Thompson was at
I9ta. Thb b the
at nrkagea and no
"Tea, I ha
abeasje ad th
was of eery
be waa la
ta IBB. tie
Or. Charles M Carter,
phyalolaa af Bt TlaesarW rToasXtal ta
not, Capt Thomas far Walsh bad sae
URad that ha paid graft to Thempesn
while ihe latter was aa la mats sf tin
haapital aaffsring frags typhoid fsret
Dr. Carter testified that Tbistieasj bad
bees a patlaat from Jaae 11 ta Asaywat
if 01, Walsh, it wlU he re sailed, baeaajh'.