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THIEF IN A RAGE OVER GAFFNEY SET-DOWN;
"STARTED TO RUIN ME," SAYS SULZER ON STAND
mm I-U1l l elrarla Tkartiti
M. EDITION MS
PRICE ONE CENT.
USE CLUBS ON GUNMEN "
ic mm nc
TO THE POLICE RECRUITS
But Citizens Are Not to Be'
USES GAYNOR'S WORDS.
Tells the Uniformed Men The.
Will Receive His Moral
Impressing upon policemen thul
cittieus are never to he I u 1 .1 ... I In.
discriminate'. Mayor MltoM Ibis
afternoon toM Its PollC Hi hool of
Recrulta that lie wanted "gunmen"
clubbed and that In clubbing them
the police would receive tho moral
encouragement of the city offlcluls.
Mayor Mitchel l! I ha ftrtt Msyor
rer to attend Ik "graduation "i i -oleea"
of the Police School, ami forty
ight racrulta, after then aix ntaka1
course Of 1 -. iimo fared him. lie
watched wiii keen Interaal their nct-tinc-ini
aajaaoiaaa and then methods
of "huir.ane'.y" subduing righting
After innpf. Hoc lha graduate,
Mayor Mitchel sal", in pari :
"This drill If ax "J n. doubl us .
your physical hin" to protect your,
selves and rltlgenn with your "nr.
hands and without dub, which are
given ou not nr a Ledge of honor or
for hadUi rlmlmTn '"e. but for your
rwa protection and the protection of
"A mod .leal haj been laid Intel
about the use of clubs, and l wunt to
enaphosl.- Upon you the pood word
of the lute Via-"i' llsynor 'hat dubs
are not to be . l upon I'ltlssnr, ex
cept in cases of neceaelty.
"Hut If your riven and tlioae of I'ltl.
zena may be threat end by the vio
lence of th..i clam of criminals thai
are Umvn ua gunmen' and Hums'
in thla city, yon are going lo i the
full euppnri of lb" Mayor if you pro.
tect youreelvea and the oitlMna by
uae of those weapons which are
placed In four hands by the law."
Mayor Mttrl.,-1 added 1 hut lid
more than pleased with the mental
training given tho now policeman in
the School of Recruit! and that he
Intended to sec :hat It .v? developed
during his administration to a point
that had neve been toached in the
paat. lie rem&tneJ at Headquarters
an the gttoat of Commissioner UoKS)
for two hours.
WORTH A MILLION, -BUT
Mr. ('.urrier of South Onnge w
c?pts the t'osiii'ni ol Police j
The Town t'ommlttse of South
OrsoK. S. J.. Inst night slsctsd
frsncia S. Cuirlar to the position ol
Police rteror.let at a salary of 2A0
a year. Mr. Currier, who Is n retired
manufactuier. is said to he worth
oanslderubly over $1,(i00,00fl and lives
on Prospect street In South Orange
Hslghts, sn exclusive residential sec
tlon. His spa. dons mansion and
sounds are valued at 1100,000.
Whan seen to-day by un Keening
World reporter Mr. furrier suld that
he wou'd certainlv fulfil the duties
of-the office to the beat of his ability.
While he wns not a lawyer, he had
S fair knowledge of tho law end he
thought that the position was one .
that should be tilled In a dignified
manner. It was not a case of the J
man seeking the office, but the office I
seeking the man. He naid thut he
would do all In his power to five
Mouth Orange a fair and impartial
Polloe rteenrder. and, of course, the
salary was no object.
The office of Police Mecoider Is
similar to that or Polire Justin. Mr.
i 'urrier waa formerly president und
gessrsl manager of Cyrus C. Currier
A On., general machinery .
i.Hrlilii, mil. my
.. m rw
iiil mniuu -
TO BUILD TWENTY
(fongTessmeitTold Aged Bene
factor, Not Named, Flans to
Provide Free Treatment.
WASHINGTON, Jan. SI. Announce
manl that "an aged millionaire" baa a
plan to build twenty hospital at a
oat of 111,000,000 for free radium treat -men
I of cancer was made to-day by
President J, M. 1'iunnery of the Stand
ard 'heliacal CtMUPMy of Pittsburgh
before lh House Mines Committee.
Kadi institution would have five
ilium of radium.
He indicated that neither Itocke-1
TelleV nor t'dinegie waa
v ol veil.
Hennery's announcement waa made
In i he course of an upieul that ;he
UoVemment not undertake to icaju
iata radtUlU evi taction. III!, exact
DEATH OF RELATIVE; 8TARTED
SEARCH BY HIM.
"There is a phllantbropift who has
a plan to put up twenty institutions
;n tha can tree of population, ouch as
Nctt York, Chicago, lioston and tin
lest, ai a coal of l.,,i0(i,iiuu, so that uil
lancer victims niuy he treated free of
cbatltt. He wants to huve live annua ;
ol radium fur en h uf those lvcnt
"Tbnt'a a lot of m
i:e ," Interrupted
Iteproaantatlva Austin, "We're from
Missouri, und I'll have to bo ihoWB."
lie the Unit time'
been shown leal i
money," the witness retorted
offer In't remarkable when we
ansldar ull that the country's million
aires. SUoh as I'uineelo und Rockefel
ler, have andsrtaksn."
Mr. Munnery, who Is prealdent of the
Standard OhSmlOSl 'ompuny, pioneer
In America's raolum business, told o'clock last Monday nigni. vns. A .
the romantic story of his stiugKle to Slinms, living In the Hut below that
upbuild It, how he hud secured claims j of the Slierhclnm. heard three muf
nnd the vuluahle secret extraction 1 fled explosiona at that hour, but did
procasS us the result of a lifetime of! not realize their signlflcance. She is
earnest effort. I a lire ahe heard only three shots, so
Inspired by the death of h relat Ive St lerhelm iiiusl huve waited after
sneer, nannery declsred that I
about to discover
l ailCW I r.T:i,r. ,.- nui ,,, i.ii'op,
,turnd with the report that radium
WSJ an effective luniedy, Then with!
a small plant he started to manu
facture the mineral salts.
OFFERS RADIUM TO GOVERN
MENT AT $80,000 A GRAM.
He found mlnsrs in Colorado win,
were wllllnv,' lo sell for u song their
andite ore tilings. The witness a Id
took Han or ttw tons of on to produce
a gram of rudium I'lanery declared
thut Culm ado has enough rudium to
SUppI) "ths entire world's cancer vic
tims live times uver." M munis he.
estimuted as the amount needed for
UffsrerS In the-f'nlted Slates.
"I'd be willing to contract to furnish
this smottnt In BVS years to the OoV
ornmsnl ut u pine lower ilyin Un
QOVSrnmsnl could luauufacture it ut
maximum figure of tSO.UUD a groin,"
Radium, he declined, was twenty-
five times more valuable in other dls- J
eases than cancer, it is a positive cute
tor rheumatism and other painful dls-
nunnery daily refused
the offer 'nrther.
"Publicity would spoil
he declared, "but It
aeema to me that
It's a goo I Idea If an old man
w a tils
I., nu, lU monei Ilia mimtt I.
won't do Ulm any other good. That'
" Circulation Books Open to All."' I
turn Pre.. I'slill.hlsf
family of four
SAD WIFE PLEADS
rather. Wife and Two Young
Girls Found Shot Dead
in Bronx Flat.
ALL ACjKEFD TO DIE.
Police Believe Even the Chil
dren Were Urged to Give
Up l ife.
. .luiiun Bttarhalii an nila laland
Hungarian Interpreter, forty-alx
.ears old; his wife, Josephine, aged
forts -one, and their two children,
I Kdnu, aged twelve, and llladys, nine,
' were found dead to-day In the flat
Occupied l the family on he fourth
flour of the apartment hodse at No.
lehx Bryan! HV-enue. the Bronx. The
, wife and children were shot to death
'by Stleiheim, who completed the ex
! Unction of the family by luklng his
i own life.
A letter and a will found In the
I flat show that Stleiheim and his wife
! were part lea to a suicide agreement.
The nppeurancc of tho acene
In-rJftt JfldUa.te. that the children
'were also tertoi Ir.ed or persuudert in
to allowing themselves to lie killed.
Kach of the victims was shot through
the roor of the mouth, und only four
bullets were used In ending the four
The wife, n is believed, was the In
ItlgatOI' "f the plan. She hud been
despondent Her mother, Mrs. Chariot
DtUtaeh of No. it Kust F.itthty-sev-enth
street, to whom she and her
husband were deeply attached, died a
week ano Sunday. This blow appears
to huve completely broken down th
mind of Mrs. Htlerheim.
Her husband hud been III for
months. The family wus in comfoiV.
bie circumstance, but II is sssumVil
that Mis. tlsrbslm coald not th'tik
of leavuiu her iluiiKblers,
bright, pretty children, behind. Ill"
wife, apparently, Urged the husb.rnd
along IWtll he saw his way clem lo
I accomplish the piliftll tragedy.
WOMAN NEIGHBOR HEARD
Inquiry In the house tills afternoon
MtnMlmhad that the two children and
! the wife were killed about 10.30
killing tne minuy narara vnuwa
own life. No one heurd the sound of
the shot I mi; nnisneo ins tuner.
The letter found III tne nut was
iddrsnsad to Or glgmund Dautsch
if No. :1IT Kust BUTbty.SSVSntb street,
i brother of Mrs. Stleiheim. and was
wrlttsn in Hungarian. In general
way It sets forth thut gllsrbelm and
I, is wife had agreed tu kill lliem
selves, but nothing is said about th
"We bSH V"ll I" excuse tikis whole
thing." wrote Htlsrbelin lo bl'(
iiiother-in-iaw "Cnder prsvalllng
I osruumataucss w oannai get along
I if I und Josephine go ovsr this whole
I thing again she will o era- It is
our wish i" be cremated "
WIFE PERSUADED HIM TO WIP"
OUT THE fAMILY.
! Inclosed in the let' -r was Slier
i helm's will disponing of IS.ttg.3T in
savings banks and the proceeds of
I five life insurance poll ies in fraternal
I organnsUons, The win duitrlbutes
the property with inlnut" cure Stier
heini left behind live separate powers
iContlntUa un Second PsgS.)
lbs win llackefellei' and I'urneRr.
ha ve done."
liannei'.'s I'hiimuie was IhSl there
are now Jno.iitifj cancer victims in the
I I nlted States He KSfd. this number
, ,...1,1 I... I a., I., i l... . luo
. tuiinna inciuueii
, . . . i ...a...... 1 1 .... Lll.
throptst offer. He placed the yaaii.v
I cancer denh toll at 75,000.
YORK, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21,
mrs. goelet asks
She Starts fur Florida ami He's! :
Going to Europe as Suit
CRUELTY ONF CHARGE.
Wickedness in Violation of
Marriage Covenant" Is an
Mrs. Hubert (ioelet tiled suit for
absolute divorce yesterday from the
millionaire clubmun unit sportsman.
The pa peis were sent from this city
to Providence, R. I., for filing thin
afternoon. Mis. (ioelet left the clly
thin morning for Daylona. I'la. Hub
ert (ioelet. It is said, will sail for
Humps In a few weeks.
Intimate friends of the couple have
been expecting something of thin kind
for months, hut many of their friends
did not know thut while they occu
pied the I Ioelet mansion at No. 647
fifth avenue, they were not living
there as man and wife. While they
continued, however, to keep up ap
pearances intimate friends had hoped
for a reconciliation.
Within the last month Ml, (ioelet
had made up her mind to lake the
Until step. This morning with her
butler and miiids she left the house
for the last limn
Arrange meats hud been made
meanwhile to close the house for good
on the m -i of next month. A number
of the servants were given notice
thui their services wsre no longer
desired, and onl) a few were re
tained. The paper charge Mr. I ioelet with
"extreme cruelty Hlld other misbe
havior und wickedness repugnant to
and in violation ol lbs marriage
ci annni "
Samuel I nleimvei is Mis. lioelet's
Sttomsy, Ml In- would say Ibis after
noon was that any papers which had
been filed would show all that was
to he said of Mrs. f loeiet'S compluiflt.
Mrs. ( Ioelet, he said, did not regard
hsr affairs or those of her fumilv as
matters id' public IntsrSSl or concern.
Mrs. (ioelet was fnrmcrlv Miss Rtsls
Wlo-l in of 1'hlladclplila and was re
garded as one of tin- most bSSUtlf til
girls In the country when she made
her debut in society, She is to-da)
an exceptionallv beautiful woman
vei v clever and an urllst of no mean
ability. The couple have two children
for the CUStody Of which Mrs. (Joels)
Le Provence, Hsvre 10 A. M.
' Lapland, Antverp 10 A. M.
Oceanic, Southampton 12 M.
Santa Marta. Jamaica 13 M.
STEAMSHIPS DUE TO-DAY.
Vaderland. Antwerp 8 A.M.
Carl Scburi. Colon. 8 A.M.
Caribbean, Bermuda 9 A. M.
Noordam. Rotterdam 10 A. M.
Neekar, Bremen 1 P. M.
Tlif first senieitcr of ilti icbOOl
-ir is ttimiiy! in a close.
Students in schools md iMegts
the country over are getting ready
to pjss on into higher iieldi q in.
Is this not a propitious time for
grown-ups who are 'agging behind
lo step forward into the greal ad
vanced class of
Isn't it time to realize lliat even i
rig ad. lit a little medium cannot
Compifl with a little ad. in tin- big
New York World, which bit a cir
culation in New York City greater
than the Ifrrald. Times. Sun and
Tribune ADDED TOGETHER;
THINK IT OVER AND ADVERTISE
ABSOLU It DIVORCE
Millionaire Clubman and Wife
Who Asks an
FORD GIVES 650
Auto Manufacturer Makes
Good Promise to Take Care
of Gentler Sex.
DRTBOIT, Mich . .lun. II Hear)
I Cord, the automobile manufacturer.
I did not forget the Co women workers
I In his plant when he announced his
UMOQ,000 profit' sharing plan s at
llrst reported The women ami gtrial
lemploved at Hie hlg unto plnnt, when
I they drew their pay lo-duy, found
j that they too had nhurrd in the big.
gent melon ever cut for labor's hSBS
jflt Their wages In eveiv case hud,
Ibssn prscticall) doubled.
"I'm to surprbwd and delighted to
suv much except to add my pniis.
toy Mr. Kurd and his plan," nahl I
Mlns Alice llockmulh, telephone op
erator ut the Ford plant.
When Miss Hockmutb drew bar puj
to-duv she found her salary had
been doubli d. Sim now reoelvss $:i
u day, works sigh) hours, has an hum
foi lunch and two ten milium Mat
VOTES FOR WOMEN BILL
LOSES FINE CHANCE OF
PASSING. S. SENATE
Ashlirst, Its Sponsor, Assured
Support and. Urged to ( J;t II
for Vote, Loses l leart.
-a tu Hi. la' ' i.r Vo.rlit '
WAMHINUTON, Jan SI. WoiusfVs
suffrage had a i ban t passing 'he
1 1 'nlted Btatss Honata to.daj bul for
the inability or n . uhumplou, lisaa
tor AshUrSl "f prison! to refrain
, from making a sal Speech on the sub
ject Very Unegpectdly the suffrage
quaatlon entitled senate liosolutlon
No 1 poppeil to the top of th ciilen
dar. and s DUmhsr of old time Sena
tors at once clsmored for a vot.
Lodge. Oalllngar and BrlStOWi on the
Hspubllcan side, said to Asburati
"Come on, let us have ths gUSStlOn
seltlsd now ', are all going tu vote
lot it Vie will give oil enough Vote
to put ii through "
ism Ashurst gin d srpund at
some of the Sou; hern iiemocrals who
huve growled unulnsi women's auf
: frag and grew afruld thut his lem
"rattc .."lie sues might fad bint. Us
t s -jk iflv Hsa4V '
. avas . 1 sSI
:HsiBp- allr '
. V saskw xtM fl Lm aWSw
a ex nflj aw e
sLMSnSitSiBWa, "SsJtSaWaSa 'a
WOMEN IN WORKS
I "Circulation BoottM Open
1914. 20 PAGES
W aste of Space, He Think,
and Department HfHrds
( )hject to Quarters.
The ti.'i.niia.nno Municipal Onto
llillldliig at I'hambeis and 0ntT
IrwStS makes no Ml with Mayor
Mitchel. who bald the Sinking Cund
Commission to-day that h regarded
the building us u "large waste or
apace an It Is ut present .oncelved.
badly planned in Its Original com ep
The Mayor's eommenl came at
meeting of Ut commission after Sec
r. turv Travis IV Whltnev ol the Pub
lic Service Commission had declared
the two floors set aside ,,r the Public
Service Commission were not adapted
to its work Mr Whittle . on behalf
of the commission, asked that the of
fices In i he Tribune Building ! f.
talned until the commission could
i n,, t its own home on land it owns on
Anal st rent
Neuiiv ail the 'rlh depart inents
which huve been assigned lo gUBPtafl
111 the Municipal BUlldlM have com
plained thai their new offices are un
suitable Th building was planned
and started under Ma vol UcClln
to save the citv a rental of 1.5OO,0oo
Ma KOr Mil. he I dl I lad 10 d v lo
appoint a special olnmlllee ol three
io act with Rrldgs Commlsalonsi
KrSCk to hnd out Jiisi what is i.i be
done In assliiiiing Ma e lii the new
si i in lure
ANTHONY BRADY LEFT
ALBANY, Ian. II. A cbe. k for $,.
614,000 in Daymen! of 'he transfer tag
on the esl.il' of IbS li" Anthony N
llrady of Albany and New York was
received to-dy by Stale I'ompttolloi
ftohmsr. The tax was tlgured on an
estimated valuation of approximately
S70.uil0.unn on the estate.
'By paying within th six mnntluV
limit, winch would have egpirsd to- 1
morrow, the executors saved the es
1H Pa I KBI
hesitated and the goldi u Opportunity
for women wus lost.
o." In- lluallv said, "I think I will
make m speech fir! "
UalllngSI', laslge and oilier old lime
Senntois . hU kled. Instead of nn ul-
most unanimous vote on behalf of
v.iiineii, lor mOSl of Ihslr opponents
WOTS absent, the Artona Sennlor
startsd n Ions spe.s h to ampty
bsachas. Il will l weeks bgfors the
opportunlt) again srrla
FOR RACING SEE PAGE I.
to All." I
TO WRECK ME IF I
WOULD NOT QUIT"
SULZER ON STAND TO-DAY ,
"I Sec Where Youll Wind Up Damn
Quick as Governor You'll Make
a Hell of a Governor Butting In
Where You Don't Belongl" Waa
the Threat of the Tammany Boss.
ASKED IF O'GORMAN
HAD TRIED TO INTERFERE
Senator Quoted as Declaring Gaffney
Was Sent by "Chief to Hold Up
Contractors for Big Contribu
tions Sulzer Goes Before Grand
l'niier oath, on the witness stand, after waiving Immunity In the John
Doc Ingulf? before Chlet Magistrate MrAdoo tills afternoon, ex-Cov. William
Sulzer directly ronm-cled Charles F Murphy with the now famous Barge
Canal contracts Nos. 71 A and 72A which Jamea Stewart put In bid for In
the rail of ttl, but didn't land Sulzer swore that Charles p. Murphy sent
for hltu and censured him for trying to aid Stewart.
Stewart has sworn that a man representing himself to be Jsmes K.
Oaffaty alio I on him after the election of 1912, ld he bad been assigned
to solicit campaign "contributions" and demanded S per rent, on the value
of the contracts, which totalled about 1.1,000,000. Stewart refused to
Then cams mystSriOUS moves by
the i 'anal Hoard about the UOOttTUStS
Sul. r BWore tOda) that Its Inter
ested himself In Stewait'.i behalf III
I leceillber. tl3. .lUSt bef i. e lie Was
Inaugurated, und uskeil the 'anal
Hoard liv telegraph to withhold .ic
tlon on the Stewart mutter until udcr
MURPHY DENOUNCED HIM FOR
un t In next day. gtttPST swore,
Murphy sent for him through John
ielane II.. went to lielmonlco's and
saw Mlliphv. who accused him of
"butting in on a good thing" and told
him g would regret It If he did any
thlnk like thai again luiter on, Sul
zer swore. Murphv urged him to ap
iwilnt llglfns) Slate Commissioner of
Sulzer swois- thut he asked Senator
O'Oormuii about making luff nev
Blgbways Commissioner. CfUoTsMa
t. pie .1. uci ordtag to guigsr
"H rou appoint i tin (laffns) you'll
a ppollll a ' I ook "
ai th nclusion of his issl Imony
Sul. ei wus asked by Mr. Whitman
In appeal at the Criminal Courts
Building to-morrow nftornoon. This
means m nil probability thut the ex
Uovrnor will appr bfors th- tlraad
JUTJ ai that iliue to gvs eviueine In
the mgttsr of the attempt d boldup
ol Stewart by the muii who tepre-
ntd himself s cufrnev
Heinle Ml Stllel was ended to th
wltnssa chuir. he, with ins nounssl,
Col. Alexunder l:a. on, hud u conference
with Mr Whitman over the waiver of
Immunity from prosooutlon which th"
I ilstrli.t - Attorney reiiuticsof all wtt
iii sses tn the John One Investigation
Mr. Mulier arrived at Mr. Whit
man's office a little before half-past
two uccompunled by Detective AI.
Thomas of the Olstrlct-Attornnv'n
Stnffi who met him ut the ilonr of the
Criminal Courts Itulldlng. The ron
fereuce lasted for more than half an
hour, during which Mr Suliwi and
Mr. v oilman talked over the line
of the former ( inventor's tcstlmonv
and I hen Mr Sulzer signed i he
waiver of Iminunllv and went St once
to the court -room and took the stand.
1 am Mn," ld tfulaar In begin
PRICE ONE CENT.
ning Ills ator.v, "to give whatever In
formation I can. On th eighteenth
of lie. ember, ll, I received tele
gram from O H. McOuIre that th
Canal Hoard hud been called In a
special meeting to Inspect the Mda of
ths Stewart Company. It waa told
me that their bid waa thouaand of
dollars under all other bide and a
great Injustice would In) done If thtr '
hid waa rejected.
"As Qovomor-ossot I felt it my duty
to suve the money of the taxpayer,
so I sent a telegram to the Board '
ssklng them to withhold action until
I could confer about the matter.
"My recollection is that it waa sent
the duy t received th measage from
TILLS OF RHONE MEggAQK
FROM JOHN H. DELANEV.
"On Dec 19 John H. Dalaney called
m by telephone. He waa connect1
with a New York morning newspaper.
He seemed very much esclted In
fact, I'd never aeen him so pr
"Ha cam to my office and
ssid: 'My God, Congressman,
what hav yau don?'
"I asksd him what I'd dons.
"Ha said: 'Congressman, you
have spilled th bean. Tho
"Chief" (meaning C. F. Murphy)
is wild. I've never ssn him a
worked up. I'm afraid sll is elf
between yeu. My Gad, Congress
man, why did you do it V
"In explaining bis demeanor ha
asked me: 'Why did you send that
telegram to the Caual Hoard? It'
angered the Chief and he want to
aee you right away.'
READ THE M'OUIRE TELEGRAM
OVER THE PHONE.
"I told htm: Thla la aay,' and I
read to him the telegram I had re
ceived from McOuIro and told kiss
I'd wired, the board not to do any
thing until I got to Albany.
"Delaney always refers to Mr.
Murphv us 'the Chief.' He cam to
me at the office after tbe phon con
versntton and told me h bad com at
Murphy suggestions. Ha went to
the telephone In m oOc and rslksi
up Mr. Murphy at Dslsaonleo'a Ms
b tslkad with niA n
onttat ranf tsasg
. . . j .