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Alienist Swears thaw Tried to Hypnotize Him in Court
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1 71 BOMBS DROPPED ON
EDISON, WRIGHT AND FORD
TO HEAD INVENTIVE GIANTS
OE NAVY'S ADVISORY BOARD
Wizard of Electricity Will
Direct Submarine Work and
Airman That of Aeroplanes.
AUTO EXPERT, 'DOCTOR.'
Other Notables Also Listed by
Secretary Daniels for the
WASHINGTON, July 13. OrvlUe
I Wright Is scheduled to Join Thomas
A. Edison among tha members of tho
Navy Advisory Hoard of Civilian
Inventors which Sccretnry Daniels Is
organizing, It was understood In
naval circles hero to-day. Other sug
gestions for membership Included the
names of Henry Kord, Cooper Hewitt
and Prof. Lewis Johnson.
The following havo also been men
tioned: Alexander Graham Hell,
Simon Lake, Prof. R. A. Fessonden,
John Hays Hammond'jr., and Hudson
Maxim. Dr. llell, besides his Inven
tion of the telephone, Is a wldo worker
In tho field of sclcnco; Mr. Lako'a
namo Is associated with submarines;
Prof. Fossonden Is a wireless export;
Mr. Hammond has conducted success
ful experiments with high explosives,
and with a devlco for controlling tho
coursos of torpedoes and ovon ships
by wireless; Hudson Maxim works
Of tho various persons tho Secre
tary has cor.sldcrea for tho work In
hand, It was understood to-day that
be was most anxious to sccuro the
services of Edison as his submarine
expert, of Wright as his authority on
tho aeroplano and of Henry Ford as
his adviser on tho practical applica
tion of all sorts of Inventions and,
Incidentally, as a general "elllclency
doctor" for tho navy.
None of those named will bo limited
to any particular Held, according to
officers in touch with tho Navy Sec
retary's plans, but It was acknowledg
ed that Secrotary Daniels regards the
submarine and tho aeroplane as the
two things calculated to play tho
most Important part In tho sea war
fare of tho future and Is especially
desirous that they receive the most
thorough attention by tne now ooara.
With Edison as tho Navy's expert
on undorsea craft and Wright as Us
authority on vcsbcIb of tho air, It was
agreed tho Department will havo tho
greatest combination In the world.
M. H. S. Hutchison, personal repre
sentative of Mr. Edison, called on
Socretary Daniels to-day and In
formed him of Mr. Edlbon's accept
ance of tho Invitation.
"Mr. Hutchison told mo," said Sec
retary Daniels, "that Mr. EdUon re
garded my invitation as a call to
duty and that ho would be olad to
render any servico possible to his
(Continued on Sixth Page)
HEADS THE SUGAR TRUST.
Earl 1). Unites IHoeteil tit Clilrc Ks-
With tho retirement of Edwin F. At
kins of ltoston as t'h'ilrman of tho Hoard
of Directors und executive bend of the
American Hiignr Helliilng Company, No.
117 Wall .Street. En 1 1 D. HabM of this
city becomes 1'iesldeiit mid chief execu-
tlvn onicer oi mm "''"",, .
Uabst resigned is Vice I'reKldcnt Hml
general counsel for tho National lllscult
Bomnany In .March, utter many yearn'
MrvfteT and whs elected Vice President
and a director of tho sugar company.
6lnce March ho has been tudj tic the
properties and methods of tho latter or-j-anWlnn
and assumes Ills now duties
fully f l'"'!'!""!.
IN A RAID
Former Corporation Counsel
and Politician Cannot Re
cover, His Doctors Say.
Justice John J. Delany of the Su
premo Court Is very 111 at his home
In tho Clearfield, One Hundred and
Third 8treat and IUvorslde Drive. Ills
physicians believe he may die before
Justlco Delany caught a cold two
months ago, but continued to hold
court until his physician forbade htm
to leavo his home. For more than a
month ho has been under treatment,
but his condition has grown steadily
worse. In tho lost few days wraemlo
poisoning has developed, and at noon
he was so low that hope was aban
doned. Justlco Delany was born In the old
Elovcnth Assembly District on the
west side In 1850. He was educated
at tho College of St. Francis Xavler
and early became active In Republi
can politics. After a few years he
joined tho County Democracy and
was one of tho most outspoken critics
of Tammany. But eventually ho be
camo a member of Tammany Hall,
He soon gained fame as an orator
and In 1880 was appointed an As
sistant Corporation Counsel. When
George McClellan was Inaugurated
Mayor of New York, In 19M, he mado
Mr. Delany Corporation Counsel.
Mr, Delany was nominated for the
Supremo Court bench in 1910. Tho Bar
Association indorsed him. R. Fulton
Cutting of the Citizens' Union wrote:
"Your administration of your office
was In accordanco with your con
victions as to tho best lnterosts of the
city and with fidelity to your official
duty." Ho was electod by a big ma
jority and he served until bis presont
Justice Delany has a wife and six
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iin. irniuii anil
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AS TO VACATIONS!
4ftCa WOULD "&UMMEI1 lit).
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17QO More Than the Herald, Timet,
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Figures of Strength and Meaning
THAW WITH EFFORT
TO HYPNOTIZE HIM
Case Will End Soon and
White's Slayer Made Attempt
PRISONER ONLY LAUGHS.
Case May End To-Night and
Thaw Is Confident of
Dr. Austin Flint, nearly eighty
years old and a foremost alienist, to
day at Harry Thaw's sanity hearing
before Justice Hcndrlck and an ad
visory Jury, accused Thaw of trying
to hypnotize him In the courtroom.
He was being nagged by John II.
Stanchfleld, Thaw's chief counsel, to
whom ho had admitted yesterday ho
had seen no signs of Insanity In Thaw
at tho present trial.
"Did you seo him do anything In
that chnlr or in this courtroom now
Indicating Insanity?" demanded
"Yes," was tho response.
"What was It"
"Thaw tried to hypnotlzo me."
"Ho did what?"
"Ho tried to hypnotlzo me, I
by staring at me."
"When I was sitting down thero on
tho floor ho stared at me steadily for
THAW TRIED HARD TO SUP
PRESS HIS LAUGHTER.
Thero was a momentary disturbance,
caused by Thaw's efforts to suppress
his laughter. Ho rocked back and
forth with his face in his hands. Dr.
"It Is In the record In this case that
ho studied hypnotism to reform young
''Do you really believe ho meant to
"Well, maybo not"
Then tho alienist's cross-examination
Dr. Raymond C. Klcb, superintend
ent of tho Matteawan State Hospital
from which Thaw escaped, and Dr.
Amos T. Baker, resident physician
thero and once acting superintendent,
wcro present In the court, prepared
to follow Dr. Flint on the witness
THAW CONFIDENT OF FREEDOM
IN A FEW MORE HOUR3.
Thaw Is still confident ho will bo
freed Friday. Tho pile of automobllo
catalogues nnd road maps among his
legal papers Is growing. Counsel will
llnlsh summing up to-morrow, prob
ably. Mr. Stanchfleld went at Dr. Flint
to-day with an nttack even more sav
age than that of yesterday.
Q. Do you keep In close touch with
the Manhattan State Hospital? A.
I get written reports.
Q. That Isn't very close touch, Is It,
with an institution of which you havo
paraded yoursolf hero as being one of
the trustees? A. Haven't paradod
myself nothing of tho sort!
Q. Mentioned It as one of your
qualifications, didn't you? A, It is a
position of honor rather than of work.
Q. All, you aro qiiallllrd by honors
rather than by workl Hut does not
tho Manhattan Stato Hospital regard
"constitutional Inforlorlty with para
noic trend" an distinct from "para
noia?" A. It docs.
Q. Hut didn't you say hero yester
day that they wcro ono and tho same
thing? A. One may prove the. other,
I told you.
Mr. Ktanchllcld tormented tho vet
eran nllrnlHt ulong tlicso lines stead
ily. Dr. Flint suld that "constitutional
inferiority" was a form adopted with-
v 'contmud on second pi o.w-
OF 35 FRENCH
Three Inventive Giants Who Will Head
New Advisory Board Being Chosen for Navy
ACCUSE SOCIETY BEAUTY
AND DIPLOMAT JH PLOT
Pair Charged With Attempting to
Assassinate the Ruler of Bul
garia With Bomb.
SOFIA, July 13K-Arrest of Dr. N.
Qhcnadloff, former Foreign Minister
of Bulgaria, nnd Ciena Anafltaslow, a
beautiful society njatron, on the
chargo of conspiracy In the plot to
assasslnato Czar Ferdinand In the
Sofia Casino last February caUBcd a
sensation hero to-day.
The pair wcro takon into custody
Immediately after two Bulgarians,
accused of throwing the bombs that
killed many prominent Sotlans, had
been sentenced to death. Dr. ahena
dlcff protested his Innocence, but tnu
authorities declare they havo ovl
denco to show that ho was In a con
spiracy with Russian and Serbian
agents to kill tho Bulgarian rulorand
orgnnlzo a revolution. The Anns
tasiew woman Is tho wife of ono of
tho men sentenced to death.
ARMY GUN EXPERTS GO TO
Secretary Garrison, Accepting
Resignations, Speaks of Spe
cial Aid They May Give.
WASHINGTON, July 13. On the
theory that the safoty of tho country
may rest upon tho adequate develop
ment of Its commercial gun and ammu
nition factories, Secretary Garrison
nnnounccd to-day that ho had decided
to accept tho resignations of Iilout.
Col. Odus 0. Hornoy and Major Will
iam A. Phillips of tho Army Onlnunco
Huiuau, who havo been offered posts
with companies holding Inrgo muni
tions rontrarts from Kurupu.in bid
llBorentw. KICKED OFF SUBMARINE
WHICH SANK STEAMER,
SAY ARMENIAN'S MEN.
NEWPOKT JfKWK, Vn.. July 13.
Tho llrltlsh steamer Victorian ar
rived hero to-day with four survivors
of tho Hrltlsh mulo ship Armenian,
tunk by a tlormnn Mihmarlno Juno "I
with tho loss of more than a scorn of
lives. The men landed here wcro
negro muleteers', who asserted that
when thoy uttumpted to hcrambln
aboard tho submarine thfy wnro
kicked off by the i"rman sailors, who
laughed at them'.
Wiltllltll llluiun llrmrlf,
Mrs Mario Ainlernoii. Ilfty years old,
of No. -'-' Kevoud Mient, Jersey I'lly,
ended lid' llfo by IiuiikIiir tn-dxy. Mio
used a clothes linn uhlrh Mix thiow
ovit a liuiiHom In her bedroom. An
ilht-year-otd daughter found Iter. Bho
hd bn in paor bsalla.
THOMAS A. EDI80N.
Isaac L. Rice Makes
$1,000,000 in Month,
Report on Exchange
Disposed of 28,000 Shares of
Electric Boat Company
Stock That He Held.
A fortuno of more than a million
dollars Is reported to havo been mado
In Wnll Strcot In tho last month by
Isaao I Klco of Now Vork. Ho was
tho ownor of 28,000 sbaros of Electrlo
float Company stock, which has mado
tho most scnsatlonnl rise on tho Stock
Exdhango since Bethlehem Steel's
It was announced to-day that Mr.
Illce had disposed of all his holding
during tho recent rise, and that tho
hanking firm of H. P. Ooldschmldt
& Co. had taken 16,000 shares. Rumors
that tho purchaso was made la Ger
man Interests were dentod, but thero
was a good deal of talk In tho Street
about the purchaso and the phenom
enal rlso In price of the stock.
Within two months Electrlo Boat
stock has risen moro than 100 points.
To-day It sold on the curb at 18S. Tho
stock Is not lis tod on 'Change
War orders are responsible for tho
rapid rlso. The company in times of
peace mado eloctrio launches and
pleasure craft. Now it has ordors
from tho nlllos for a llcot of small
craft to be usod In chasing sub
marines. Tho stock market to-day utarted off
with a rush of business und u rising
tide of prices. In tho first hour sales
amounted to 163,000 shares, which
gavo cheer to brokers nnd brought out
unusual inldHummer attendance on
the floor of tho Stock Exchange,
War stocks performed eccentric
acrobatic stunts, Jumping up nnd
down so rapidly that It was dlfllcult
to follow them. The new star, Ameri
can Coal Products, that ban been
holding tho centro of tho stage for
sovcrul days, flopped backward,
tumbling down IS points to 1S1 from
Its placo waB taken by a revived
old Miner, New l'ork Airbrake, and
u newcomer. Cuban-American Sugar,
that climbed to now high lovcls. The
Hruko stouk touched IOC, a rlso of
llfti-en pulnts In two days. Cuban
American Sugar liollod up to 10S. mak
ing Ha'1' "f twenty points this week.
Hnthlehem Steel mado a now high
mark of 17K whern It was Joined by a
new high llyor, (ienm-.il Motors, both
rlling Pt samo lulcr. Neither stock
him ol paid n dividend.
(For Quotations See Page Four.)
TO THE BRITISH WAR LOAN
Total Amount Reaches 3,000,000,
000, McKcnna Tells House
IX3NDON, July U. tho total sub
scription to tho war loan amounted
to close on 000,000,000 ((3,000,000,
000), according to tho statemont made
by Ileglnnld McKonna. tho Chancel
lor of the Exchequer, In tho House
of Commons to-day.
Tho total number of subscribers
through tho Hank of England was
650,000, whoso contributions aggre
gated 670,000,000 (12,860,000,000.
The subscriptions through tho post
office have not yot closed, but up to
dato 647,000 persons have subscribed
$78,000,000 through this channel. No
figures ore available as to the num
ber of small vouohers taken out.
Mr. McKenna In making the state
ment pointed out that the figure of
800,000,000 ($1,000,000,000) mentioned In
the nowspapors neither was expected
nor desired by the Government. If
that amount had been reached, he
said, It would have been necessary to
close the list.
BABY A DRUG FIEND.
An elKht-monthcold baby with fie
morphine and horoln habit clearly de
veloped was the antounclli. find re
ported this afternoon to tho Justices of
thn Upeclal Sessions by Dr. Perry
I.lchtenstoln, tho Tombs physician. The
baby is the daughter of Mrs Sadie
Shapiro, arrented yesterday at No. 23
K.ist Second Slroct, with her husband,
charged with vlolaUng th Iloylan drug
Dr I.le.htensteln s.iys tho baby shows
nil the symptoms of k drug patlont ex
treinu pallor, contracted pupIlD, cramps,
constant ulcuplnua and a wild desire to
mime. He l sum that It caught tho
lipid habit through Its mother.
Justices Hussell, Jlerrmnn and Her-l.i-rt
committed tho mother ami baby to
the Metropolitan Hospital. The man,
IMn-urd Shapiro, Is awaiting trial.
Itnbr llnrii (ii Mn, Dr. Illnke.
Mrs. Dr. Joseph Illako Is tha mother
of a biby girl In Paris. Tho now was
brought this morning by Ur. Hohert V.
(ireeiiiiiiKh, arriving on tho French lluor
Hochaiiihouu. Ur. OreenougH was one
nf tho Harvard unit soul from tho uni
versity to Dr. Illuko's Amerlcun Am
bulance Hospital In Paris. Mrs, UUko
sas Mrs. CUroncv II. Mackay,
GERMANS DRIVE WM
FRENCH NEAR SCIUCHEZ
IN DESPERATE CHARGE5
Berlin Reports Desperate Struggle
in Progress Around the Cemeter
and Taking of Red Cabaret Innu
After Three Weeks nf Ficrhtinml
SUCCESS AT "LABYRINTH"
PARIS, July 13. It Is announced by the French War Ofttet
a squadron of thirty-five aeroplanes
tag forty miles an hour and bombarded the rallroaa-siatron'stra;
established by the Germans at Vlgneulles-Les-HattonchateL ThU
served the region of the Calonne
Very Important stores of every
were concentrated there. Our aviators
tinmhc nf nlnfv IrilntrranH Mfh.
uuiiiuj v, 1 1 j q a .
As each bomb weighed nearly 200 pound, the Fnaek ark 1
tors hurled a total ot about 31,000 pounds ot metal oa the Ctav . 5
man position. , ;i
The bombardment started several fires. 'AH the machines, returot
although they had been violently cannonaded.
"In front of our positions at tho 1
Labyrinth.' " the war office report
continues, "a German attack wu at
tempted last night under the protection
of a violent curtain of fire. The as
sailants were doclmated and com
pletely thrown back upon their lines.
"There was a combat with hand
grenades and cannonading In tho
Heavy Losses on
At Souchez, Reported by Berlin,
BE RUN (via wireless to London),
July 13. German troops have cap
tured 600 yards of French trenches In
the desperate battle raging around
the Bouchcc country and have occu-
ALLIES WOULDN'T LET
GERMANS FLY 1), S. FLAG
London Reports That They Would
Object to Sailing of Interned
LONDON, July IS. The allies, It
was stated to-day, would not consent
to any arrangement between der
many and the United States by which
Interned German liners would resume
their sailings undor the American, flag
with a Clerrnan-American under
standing that they carry no contra
band to England.
It was the unanimous opinion that
both the llrltlsh and French foreign
ortlcoa would state flatly to Washing
ton, if such a proposal were formally
mado, that It could not be entertained
by tho allies.
Officials polntod out here that such
a transfer would bo void under Chap
ter V. of the Declaration of London,
signed by both the United States and
Common! Tlmnka Uotlm.
LONDON, July IS. Tho House of
Commons this afternoon, on motion of
I'remlcr Asqulth, extended a vote of
thunks to (Jen. Ilotha, commander ot
thu South African forces who conquered
Uciinun Southwest Africa.
FATHKR JOILV8 HEUIOTNR.
oolUt sail kttli tiuvtt ts4 Juno, Xtrt,
ascended ihls morning In a wilt
irenches .and that of the Forest ef.
kind, and particularly ammunHk,
dropped upon these objectives i7t'tj
Forest ot Apremont in the regie
T .. rill.. I It. . .A. - Si
wiiiiionno UilU IU lUO CUrWf OC JUV-j.v
"In the Vosges an attempt tst-, .
tack bv thn narm.n, I
hrMtrnh.n onnl. h- ... ..- J?U
- - - - ... - - . . . a- uvnunflM .
n c ,"A
nlnil fha fnrllS n Y V
The French wore smelted t
after a three weeks' battle for wmJtfy
session of the position.
one of the roads leading to th
chez surar rflntrv. ii t m.. i'
extremely heavy. Tha inn was flatly
, uuiuu uy aiorm aner uermaa sanwi
had wrecked portions ot the freaad
The French attempted to arrt
German troops from the scene t)M
strugglo around the cemetery kgr at-'.1
tacking from the sugar roflnery. -wHSi
hand grenades. The Qerman tniA
heavy guns upon the ground b4r
iuo rennery ana tne enemy retired. , .1)
"Four French attacks In 1j Fr-t..' 4
woods brnkn Hnwn n.n... MLf. '
- . ..w ukut w - V
ferlng heavy losses," said thla afteo '
noon's War Oftlce ntatement. -v
,v nmvK rnivi nn era
- r - 41 V WW l M tj LtMiJm
reported nv r.nsnnM
LONDON, July IS. For thlrtf-atafe
hours the British and their FtaafeVW
allies havo fought desperately W'1'
check a whirlwind attack aui
Inaugurated by the Qerroana oa
rtinnfc thn ontlrn lnnsh nf ihn vutiM t
. , ,w j
..lit. 1V. Tr l l- . rm. '
mill liiu luitao, o uuu j. uq tmsf..' .
I.ir.r nf Rniinh. nrr n Y, t tYi Vnuuk'
after months of desperate fUrHlsW''
and yard by yard gains, la ta
hands ot the Invaders again.
otretohes ot trenches In tho Mat ;
gloa also haw beta teat. Amd ta
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