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BISHOP DROPS DEFENSE; WIFE WINS SUIT
WKATllllUrl T W tat. SwtSUrsVar (Mil
eui i i win.
PEIOI OKI 01NT.
TO HEROES OF
Mtny Thousands See Great
Parade and Witness Impres
sive Ceremony at Circle.
WILSON SENDS WREATH.
Hloquent Speeches by Ex-Presi-
J a l -r- n o.i si .
ucnt i an, uov. uizcr, secre
tary Daniels, Mayor Gaynor.
Wl h Appropriate ceremonies be
ore an Iraaienee crowd, the monu
ment built In- the people of the
I'nlted States In liic-raorjr of the Min
ora who were lost Id the destruction
ol the ban!'blp Maine, flftoeu yearn
raid three month.-, ajca, to-day
UTV.ftled and presented to the Oltj of
Naw York. During the rtremony of
itivetllng the lmulshl,m 1n the. Hud
son Rlvgr fired a salute of twenty
i.ne (funs a."..' In -ill a fitting ac
companiment to the exercises com
i.ntoratIve of flghttaa, men who
(Had In the performance, of their duty.
It l aatlmatril that at least Jn.irtO per.
-ons saw the .-eremonlr t Col"mbti
'Mrele. wh'-ir the monument is located.
i.rd the pkrada which proeedtd tha ur-
vojl'.ng. Tula Irk fail moved up Plfth
vti. I fro.n Forty-second street 'o
.'Ifty-nliun street, across Ktfiy-hln h
'reel to Brotdway sue up Uroadwav to
te.xty-slxtii street, Where the various ill
v 'alens of soldiera. datlorit r.nd marnea
lunttr.-narehed by prescribed rouLi-
..ark to the monument. At a.lW o'clock
. uoueanda of t'n.-le i-'um'a land jtid ltd
..liners ware trooped ubou: the mass
. marble mid brORS. thai roars .tself
! a mumorhtl to the Milne
J BAN 8 HAVE PLACE OF HC NOR
IN THE PARADE.
Tr.- parade was In tour division. Tlic
.llors anil taarltt from the Cuban
dlttr Cubs, UN In number, had the
nee of honor directly behind the iio'.lce
, "-ort. Th.-y were a nappy. uctlv lot.
ell Jrilled and a great entrust to the
art of undisciplined men the Cubans
I to kei.il out aeulnst the armlet of
The Brai division si irtada up of
Itora un-1 mariner (MW thi battleship
'set In the Nort h Hlver. Col. Mallory.
. ajntyinth Infantry. IT. a. a formed
ie aecon.l division, the RtatS Mllltla
.exlin.- ii made m the third division!
hll- tb fourth was gtvsn over n the
l olled rliianUli W;ir Vetern.
v;k careaaawlei alandltui tha unvailtaaJ
hi I i rencntatlon e-e ojiia s.id It as
,f In the altar ! before the pro.-el-Iga
i i .soil. There w a m.me lelny
aiUM'd b) the difficulty In iransrerrniif
Chi dlstitiHiilihed aue'itH. Iiii ludlns Hov.
KUlaeT. Mayot 'la.vnor. ex-Preldent
tVitllsvm II. Tall :ind many dlstli.
luhid uinty sjid navy officers from thaj
lew Inv -'stand f fty-nlnth street
o tie stand at the monument. The
rowds were so dense that dntalls o:
dlcemen had to form bl.oulder to slw.il-
.lr flBlil ''Sh aumlnsj wslls o." bu
Bishop i!rer Sanaa tne eeremoni-s
,t the monument wtiii prayer. Th. n
dan James Grant Wilson. Chairman
of the Maine Monument Committee, de
livered the monument to the people
rh. eltv of New Tork. represented
Gen. Wilson also read
a latter from
President Woodrow v il-
HEAPtT'S YOUNG SON PULLS
LINE THAT UNVEILS MONUMNT
Tie actual unveiling was done by
deorge Hearst. ti youn son of Wlll
iasn Raaoeeph Hearst, who pulled a
it., ralaaaina- the covering of tha
.aim There was great cheering as
i ha fold of catwaa slipped away re
coaling the monument In all Its shim
mer of bright bronse and expanse o;
rather John P. Chldwtok,
ehaplaln of the Maine when i
Mown rp in Havana. Harbor,
tha base of the monument a
ho a aa
ssnt by President Wilson,
nor, tba twelve-year-pld
i ha Mayor, presented a
y (ha city. Admiral
er of the
Maine al the time
tonkU atria. b
O. Ilka Dm
Prosecutor Gives Governor His
Opinion of Police Situation;
Silent on Cumin Report.
Gov. sui.'f-r and District-Attorney
' Whitman met by appointment at the
WaMorf-Astorla Hotel at half an hour
after mldnUht to-day and talked until
i aftei 3 o'ckick. Mr. Whitman arose late
1 at his home at No. 17 Madison avenue
; to-day. H limited hie report of bis
. conversation with the Governor to the
.' remark that "It waa a discussion of the
censral police situation in New York
City." with wht' h Ai.'-rman H. H. GtM-
ran and Counsel l..no-y R. Buekner of
the Alderman;.- InvejKlajatlna; Committee
: were far n.ore 'familiar than himself.
I Gov. Hultse Intended to apsnd mush
! time with Mr. Curran and Mr. Buekner
;o-dy. The Governor has told many of
his political advtaers In the laat few
I lays that lie thinks vary little of Rhine-
lander Waldo's administration of tha
! Police Depurtment and that hs la In-
cllned to believe that the removal of
Mr. Waldo would b a great strategic
! move In the Governor's present fight
with Tammany Hall.
The Curran committee Is to meet at
the City Hall Monday jor rue adoption
or Its report which has been prepared
by Mr. Buekner and the chairman. The
report la known to be In the nature of
a sweeping condemnation of Mr. Waldo,
charging bin with Inefficiency and ne
glin't of duty.
The Governor wanted to learn from
Mr. Whitman U the document couid not
be made the basis of a formal petition
for tho ranlOVBl of Mr. Waldo by the
Governor. Mr. Whitman's reply when
asked If he had been able to tell the
Governor what the report contained
was negative. Ha aald be merely In
formed the Governor, as the executive
of the Stale, what the opinion of the
District-Attorney of this county waa re
garding police condltlona.
Should the report of the committee rec
ommend Mr. Wsldo's rsmoval. and be
made the ground for a cltlsens' petition
i n i.o.n.n. -nonei wouia oe entitisa to a
nearlng before the Governor on the
charges, and all the testimony taken by
the Curran Committee and much more
might be Introduced for and against his
One of the probabilities pointed out
at the City Hall to-day was that hos
tlllt v by the Governor to Mr. Waldo
would bring Mayor Gaynor Into the en
Milng scrimmage as an active factor.
Ho has stood by Mr. Waldo unwaver
ingly ever since transferrin him to the
Police Department from the fire De
partmont, and hax often assumed re
ponslblllty for everything Mr. Waldo
20 INJURED IN COLLISION.
Women and I hlldern Haass Vts
1 1 mi. ot Tro-lley t ar rash.
AKItoN, O.. May -Twenty persona
aefu injuicd. some seriously, in street
cs collision on the Akron, Bedford and
ijlevcland lines near this city to-day.
Two men lead their ,gs out off. The
cats m collision were two United trol
ley running between this city slot
Cleveland. Heveral women and chlldt - .1
wer.j anion- the injured.
memorial a wreath contributed by the
survivors of tne disaster. Cuba's'
wreath waa presented by Consul-General
Via v r Gaynor aocepted the m on nun it
in behalf of tha city and addresses
also del!erd by ex-Prealdent Tart,
Jonephuf Daniels, Secretary of the
N'a.y: Gov. Hulser, Admiral Hlgabs.
ChguitoayW. Rjgrrlok) Department Com-
i.i.iiide. of tne Hpanl.-ii Waa VtlaWMa,
Mourlce Hinimons, f ast Coimnand--.'
WITH WHITMAN ON
1 Gradation Books Open to All.'
Th vm ruMUkiw
lash World .
Lawyers Directed to Agree on
Income of Millionaire's For'
mer Wife by Monday.
HE MAKES NO DEFENSE.
End of Trial Comes as Result
of Conference Among At
torneys and Judge.
Mrs Abigail Harioock Bishop, whoae
suit for divorce against James Cunning
ham Bin-hop, millionaire society man and
banker, - has attracted erowda to Su
preme Court Justice ooff's court In the
laat week, baa won her eaae. At I
o'clock this afternoon, alter oonrerenoaa
between the lawyer and the Justice,
which, lasted all day. Mrs. Blahop'a
lawyers. ex-DlsVlct-Attomey William
Travere Jerome and James W. Oe borne,
announced that the plaintiff rested, and
Henry W. Taf t, brother of the ex-Presi
dent, said Mr. BasboB had no defease to
offer. It had been agreed In tha conrer-
eiwes that inch ahouht the procedure
Justice Goft Immediately announced:
"There Is no question at all nut what
the defendant committed adultery with
Mrs. Gwethmey In the Hotel Aator and
Judgment for the plaintiff la rendered
Mr. Osborne told the Court the law
yers had been unable to agree aa to the
custody of tha Ave children of tha iMah
ops and as to alimony and Juattce Qoft
"I want you to know that It la the
wish of tha Court that counael arrange
aome amicable agreement aa to tha oua
tody of tba children and aa to ali
mony." COUNSEL WILL TRY TO AQRKE
Mr. Jerome said he thought an acree.
ment could 4e readied and Mr. Tet
agreed there waa a reasonably good
proipect. Justice Ooff then announced
he would give the lawyers until 10.10
o'clock Monday morning to come to
agreement. Then they are to report to
him and to Incorporate their agreement
In the flnal papers, woicn juauce urni
willl sign tf an ainloabae settlement nas
been reached. If by Monday they shall
not have agreed, Justice Ooff said he
would appoint a referee to settle the
matter or would take It under advise
Mrs. Blsh .p waa surrounded by society
women, who shook her warmly by the
hand and congratulated her on the out
come of the suit. Mr. Bishop received
no such attentions and left the court
.iwm In the company of his lawyer. Mrs.
Ill: hop's departure was In the nature of
a trluiniliant exit and crowda followed
her to Cham-bore street, where she got
Into her llmo-.islne and was driven away.
The end of the suit came suddenly
out not entirely unexpected. The over
tures came from Mr. Taft and George
Gordon Bsttle, counsel for Mrs. J. Tem
ple Gwathmey. the beautiful eo-re-apondent
and lii wife of a former
President of the New York Cotton Ex
change. WITNESSES ALL IDENTIFIED
The decision of the defending lawyers,
no longer to contest the ease, resulted
from the avalanche of damaging teatl-
nonv nhlc.i yestemay a session Brought
With a wealth ot detail, ens. nbej nididi
and wallers e nployed at t.ie Hotel Aa
tor told of visits tne . or itisnop ana
Mrs. Gasthiney, or lon-'tu-otis and din
nets end midnight ropssts. and of break
fasts In pajamas and nightgowns.
The ;tneae Identified l:shop v. Mi-
out ueTglttnTVi and with Sqttkl positice-i
uesM they Identified as tbi't of the wo n- I
an t ley ban (een a porirvi or Mis
Gwathmey which William Trsvera Je
rome presented to them.
The permanent custody of the five
Bishop children is a difficulty which the
lawyers are not entirely confident of
bridging. Mr. H.s'iop la ariMutia to i r
tain the guardianship of his four eldest
daughters, Mary, aged twenty; Augusta,
aged nineteen; Natalie, aged fifteen, and
Muriel, aged eleven years. The youngest,
Abigail, agod seven .ears, waa given
Into tha tuatody of Mrs. Bishop, oy Jus
lice llnndrlek. Mia. sslshon now- de
mands that she ha- e charge of her thrci
vo.'.nfetl daughters. Natalie. .Muriel
(CeaUaue seeena l aga
NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1913.
Head of Maine Parade Ftming up
A Few of the 4,000 Jackie
DUCHESS OF ORLEANS
TO ASK A SEPARATION
Wife of French Pretender
Wants Alimony and Restitu
tion of Money Given Him.
BRVisniafl. Belgium, May 10. Tho
Duohass of Orleans, It Is announced
here, Intenda to-morrow to atart a suit
for separation, alimony and tha resti
tution of large auni which, It la tf
firmsd. aha has advanced, against has
husband. Prince Louis Palllpps, Duke
of Orleane, the French pretender.
Th Duchess of Orleans before her
marriage waa Archduchess Maria
Dorothea of Austria. She was married
to tha Duke In lift.
POLICEMAN SAVES DRIVER
BY STOPPING RUNAWAYS.
Sergt. O'Grady Is Dragged Block
With Man Clinging to
Hergt. O'Grady at the Tro itont street
station, who has won several poflue
medals for life savins, qualified for
another this afternoon when he stopped
a runaway teem that waa pranging
down W.-ndover avenue, the Bronx,
with the driver ellnglns to a perUou
position on the tongue of the wagon
between the Ralloplng horaes.
The two ids horses, attached to a
dirt wajron gnd driven by Auedo Rob
tnete of No. 3233 Plrat avenue, took
fright at an automobile at Webaier ave-
nue and One Htthdrsd and fixtj -ninth
street ano rosssj up use ayvenae iasi
ilre:nont F'ai-k. Ni-ar Wcndoc-r- ave- I
nue the runaway! swims the nason
asalnst s pnasi'ig noiithiio and Webster
In BVerVSsWi he driver -as rhrow-n
from Ids sent and. laidirnj on -he wagou
lorjgjtia, wss .'linxliis in- rr for life, raa
than two feet from the menacing hoofa
of th team.
O'Grady ma.i aged to set a grip on
one animal s bridle and tvas draaged
for nenrll a bio k before the runaways
tired and wrre fwerved by hlin to the
curb. When an ambulance cuma from
i'ordham Hosfiltal the aurg'-oji found
o Grade had a (Ujloogl ad left srin and
the driver a fractured left knee. IJoth
went to 1 In- hosoltal.
111. rl, -an. Honor l.sfnirllr,
PARI, May . -Myron T. llerrlc-k,
the United Hiates Ainhnasador to i'lan, .-,
and th- staff of the Kmbaas; to-day
MSlted to tonii, or Larayittr In tl
PI -pus Oemelary in i eiir,4tion of ie 1
istloii Pay The) ,tacid a wr-ath c
tae grave. A larex numljer of t-n, ,1 .,
resilient In l am an-1 represt.til
American gailiotk so lti
gal o( Us wisuwial.
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(Specially Photographed far tae Bvesdag WnU by a a tat
Ba-selwili Sarogs To- Day
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MORNING, BASEBALL GAMES.
POR BASEBALL SEE PAGE 7.
SPANISH CABINET RESIGNS.
Minister, taawaned OaBre After Ae-
eaeelaatlana af tannlejas.
MADRID. May Tlie Spanish Pre
mier. Count Alvaro Romanonas,
and tne oiher members of the Cabinet
resigned office to-day. Count Roma
nonra had oeen Premier since Nov. it,
I HQ, a nan
he took offl
after ths as.
rCi?Mw 00 Okjii o
Who Were in Line
UP 1,000 FEET IN
FLIGHT FOR VOTES
Undaunted by the Stiff Wind,
She Makes the Ascent With
"Genera!" Boealts Jonas, the suffra
gstie strategist and champion hiker,
risked her life tar "the Causa" down at
the Oak wood Heights, .latest Island,
and came near being a martyr to equal
Tha General s' sensational volplane
for votes had been announced as one of
the a tar featurea of the Aeronautical
Society a opening day of tha most at
, the Htaten Island grounds, but when the
I wise blrdman took a glance at the
weaoaer to-day and sow the woolly
eiouos oeinc whirled across tha sky on
the book of a puff wind they advised
tho little suitress hiker that bar useful
ness for votes might be better con
served on tha ground.
"General" Rosalie was game, and she
rmusiea mat a woman who dared to
ngnt ror the vote would dare to chase
tho swallows. ' Ho before the eyes of
more than 10,000 persons, Harry Ring
nam Brown rase from the Held In his
biplane and went off to Grant City to
pick up Rosalie.
Brown brouaUt his machine down in
a broad Aald at Grant City only after
the most delicate wdrplng against tha
dtful gnats of wind, lis shook his
head doubtfully when the gams votes-for-womsn
loader, her skirts bound
about bar ankles and her hair tied
down under a heavy veil. Insisted upon
climbing Into ths aaat beside him. Moo
gsve the propellos a twirl and the
biplane trundled off across the sraaa.
rose and circled for the start ba k to
Oak wood field.
To avoid the ground ourrenla Brown
lifted his merhamnaJ atrd Logo fast In
the air and out at a hanj tack aaatnet
the wind. When be arrived over the
''i "ww e 71 wa to mrnie time and
and 00 some very dextrous warn.
keep hla nxacmiie (rum flopolne
cunieueg ui earn. When tie
1 wiwi son arannanxnd rose
10 10. osnnr .leran of. Lb,, hike .
ana yellow "1 :a m ths
sr ay-nipathlaere sprout d
hands of hor
The "General" made a little speech
before everybody, thenkanc uiem Cor
Another thrill cam soon after whsn
Tacll Psoll, th siiten-year-old boy
atiator who was ths pugll of ('apt.
Baldwin, went up R the Captain's
"Red Devil." As he was desrendlne
from hla Initial flight a puff of wind
narby turned him over and there was
a sssp from the thousands btlow. In
older to right himself he had to make
a gulek drop nto a marsh outside ih
Men jirlid his ins lilne out of the mud
and up hr went to th' cheers e' tha
grann . lauo. 1 .is time ne ah it on h
engine at the 2.Mi-font level anil vol-
ui eoiu ib ft aaosatUaai dive.
WOMEN ARE CRUSHED
AS CROWD OF 20,000
Great Throng Wedged for Hours at
Entrance to Belmont Park Ow
ing to Lack of Sufficient
SHERIFF AND GUARDS ALERT
BUT FAIL TO SEE BETTING
Crowd Joins in Singing "Auld Lang
Syne" When Horses Go to
Post for First Race
B$ Rotmt B4rtn.
BELMONT PARK, May 30. There was a rhttr-rk hi Mat jamtf
nrsrimi); ( live isiing game here this afternoon. Tlwowvia wm$
crushed at the entrance. Men and womer came tn rough tiM -prtss
breathless ano with their ctothinf torn. There were 20,000 Inside the
gctes when the first race was run, but they were only a fraction of ike
crowd. Outside automobiles were stalled In a line that stretched two'
miles from the gate.
Thousands deserted their machines and wafted in toward the grtn '
They found their way blocked by a great, struggtlnf crowd ntajatd
solidly against the resisting iron fences and vails of the park. Further
progress was Impossible. The ticket sellers and piemen were hetpiess
unaerrne pressure itoiti inc ironi.
FAVORITE 19 BEATEN I
IN THE FIRST RACE
AT BELMONT FARK.
FIRST RAtTC-SelUng; for rhree-yeSJ-olda
and upword; MM added; sis fur
longs; main course. BUa Bryeon. M
(Hanover), first, to 1, 1 to 1. and svon!
laander. 100 (Wolfe), second to 1,
to I, and to t; Parshshlra, 114 CTrox-
Isr), third. 0 to t. l to l and oat.
Time. 1U 4-f Mafcts. Isabel.
erief, Ambrose, Sleuth. Bunch of Keys.
Trlflsr, Lavwoult also ran.
In tba Stat race Ella Bryw
entered to bo sold for few. eke -uo
to .. at which price her
R. P. Carman, retained her. Ella Bry
eon. ridden by Hanover, won ths flrst
race of tha year In g stirring tadsh
from Dysander, with Berthehlre third.
In what little oral batting that waa
done on tha race Berth shire waa lbs
tliGOOND RACE lor two-year -olds;
(400 added: five fuflonga Punch Bowl.
101 iButwell). even, l to t and out. Brat;
Surprising. 101 (Hanover). 10 to 1. I to 1
and I to 1. second. Oe-rl, 1U t Glass),
6 to J, even and l to 2. third. Time
at 3-J t'nfurl. Cliff Mold. Arrington.
Tranrtformotlon, Northerner. Apt to Be,
Transparency. Piping Hot, Election Bat
Andes. Pan American. Golden Prime aad
srmell also ran.
MRS. PANKHURST RELEASED
FROM H0LLOWAY JAIL
Suffragist Uader So Weakened, by
Hunger Stike She Was Unable
LONDON. May tA Mrs Poakhuret
waa released lo-akrht from prison under
the provisions of the "cat and mouse"
law. and will be permitted to recover
her hsaJth before being rearrested. She
waa so wast that she could not walk
out of the Ifolloway Jail, and had to bo
carried to she ambulance her friends
had In waiting.
.she had refuaed to eat from the time
.he was taken bevk to prison last Moo
ds) Oersasisi Crwlser tajreaad.
KIF.V Germany, May . The Osrmaa
armored cruiser Hluonhei want aground
to-day during a fog to the north of tha
lalsud of Romeo, tn the Greet Bolt, ba
ths Baltic 8ea and tha Catlegai.
lyln oo ak.ndy bottom and
I the lomsMndM blte.s that thsta Is no
PRICE ONE CENT.
ew slowly passed through tba ism.
su.es It was lib. tCTZ.lZ sTa
em.lt atrsam ., w.t.r thr.ua . Jle.!
treat rsxwr-ow. with thjou.
of to a. of srssaare knkha rs.
arrlvtag .postals added their rrrranU
lbs eeafealen One bxusa axhaakw
weiskl-tkrewer est the tegtw
"Thoro are fAOW psogos .stride tght
Ing to aat la." ha ...
1 "early crushed to doath. I saw haw.
areas cum blag the
ad sdded his ward, foe bee.
a. SAM. "1 ssso Mas SSektg tl
a elder proas, rsa all ha. Ma sorrtbte
for ths Trass ej -
ONLY TWO TWNT BOOTMB TO
The troabto waa that oven tho reela
People railed to asJouUMe sayon the tro.
mendous gagalgrky of rh. sport. Only
two Uehot booths were rejsaty to provig
tickets and bod
booths tba ssasa of i
were oeing lammed kt
moat by tba pressure of i
Overhead huag the tan la a eloudlesa
sky. adding its boat IB the genersl
discomfort. Tat nobody turgsd soot
th crowd was dotirarlaod to got la.
Inside th. laolotur. everything waa
orderly. Tho stands were aBed atBrot
rsea Usee. Paddock aad lawa wore
well covered with pa trews of tha sseJrr.
Those ssho oppose raeaag aad tklnk
its patrons ' 4b suss aad steamiest,'
might look over tba slaads T' ear with
Roetag never drew eut a hotter
.leaner, more rsgrstaalttli a
Amerteaa atAortng la all tho akBory of
ths sport. As far betting, kt waa not
evident to too moot mleroosopi. oys. Not
a not. or a notebook was sees. Tba Obt
ttm. rasing saea. It they mads aay kott
at ah. did to with estreats caution and
only among fhsmssrvss.
NOT A -BOOKtBT IN SKMfT AT
Not a "bookl." was doeng- .-aslna.s
No odd's were quoted. Tho representa
tive of the state Mllltla, Adiot.st
Oeaoral Hamilton, atroUad la and out
and through oeattered groups, both son
cocked tnquiriaajly. but neither saw nor
heard aay reason for foUawtag Oeves
nor Bultor't advise aad eailbtsj out 104
"uoaa aises-. -,..-.r
casmsio rsauonaj uwarov woo
tn arldaaee. -1
Perhaps tho N. a. wtfs stalled