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But Not Dull
But Not Radical
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V?* JAXH ...N? 23,920.
Tn iln> ami Ii. morrmv, iin-i-tll.il:
r-oler io -day, .,.,,. ?ind..
XEW-YOHK. WEDNESDAY, MAY
? ??rm.i._t ...,l^_i _ * ?>!>?/ 'IT A\T pPVT ls Clty of New Terk. -_rser Cltr sort Hobok*
|()j?> _SIXTEEN PAGES. 1 l.li J_ l/.M- ?____> 1 _____w_b___ twoc__r__
FOSDICK TEILS HOW
EX-CONVICT WAS FED
Says Judge Mulqueen, Knowing
His Record, Suspended Sen?
tence on Confessed Thief.
POLICE CITE OTHER CASES
Commissioner Williams Attacks
Mulqueen for Trial Where
Factory Inspector Alleged
Attempt at Bribery.
Raymond B, Fosdlck, Commissioner ot
Accounts, contlnued liis Investlgatlon
and pubttcatlon nf facta concernlng th.
worklng of ths principle i?f suspended
.rntenivs by the judgea of the Oener.1
Fcsslons Court, un?*er a slightl. dlflferent
method yeaterday from the one he had
been follrminj* prevlously.
The one case Into whlch lic had tim*
to Investigato fully yeaterday hc made
riubllc in a statement handed out at hla
ofnYe. Prevlously he has been reporttng
daily by letter lo ('o!iinii.0_onor Waldo,
eai h letter contalnlng the detatls of one
or more lnatancea of whal Mr. Fosdlck
tcrmed "whlmslcal" Interpretatlona of
the principle of suspended Bcntencea
?"?..mmissioner Waldo, although assert
ing that it was nol thi provlnce of i
Pollce Commissioner to make a cam?
paign asjalnct the Judges, seemed lo hv
moderately hut not hllarlously pl
wlth the general alring of the mattera
pertalnlng to i'm- rouri Incidenl to tho
daily bombardmeiil by Fosdlck. The
Pollce Commissioner, however, thought
that the lat Ion would t iko
tl to the satisfactlon of
. and it waa rumored that the
daily letter from . osdlck tn Waldn s
I e contlnued,
Mr. Fosdlck- statement went Into tho
detalls " the People agalnst j
Frani is .'. I ?o*- llng - John I
?w hlch defoi tlu- < !om- '
? is a rela
i j\-,-. of nt In Tamm i
h Ihe defend
ant pl< 1? grand larceny ln
1 '";il!i k
tement. "Judge Mulqueen Bimpendi I
? _ had pn i : ?? ? n eonvlcted
of sssaull and ro' hery and had .-? ? ed
?i term of six years In Slng Slng.
- | ,v ling tole a double
hlll, from a yard -<T 25th atreet and
T< nth avi ? on Maj 14 st
? ? Bam*;
man. Each ol ka he took to
- i rhere wei ns ln
tha Jarse: Clty yard wl rentlj i
had been acquired in the s?in.- manner, I
at least on- of whlch 1 ' ? ? '
there by Dowl
Mulqueen Knew of Gonvn-.tion.
"On J_n<- ,:. 1^'|V? Do*a
ed. On June 1" he pleaded gulltj an i
was rerasndi I to '? >1 ial "". when he
was paroled Ftaally, on .ugusl IN,
190B ndi 1 F""
with full knowledge of the for
mer lden< ed I
? ? ?
"In May, 1891, Dowllng, in company |
wlth ' ra, held up and robbed
Phlllp Mulerane, of No. 333 Weal 17th
i thls ? i Ime he waa co ted
and i S Sin_
i i ison by Judge < !ow
tlon 12 of the Penal < !ode, n en
acted ' -- of the pres< ni
in parl a.^ followa:
' t ma*, In Ita dlscretlon, bus
where the maxl
term of Imprlsonment prescrltwKl
]?;. law tioes nol exceed ten years and
auch pei m has never been < om l< ted uf
,1 felony.' "
Commlasioner Waldo agreed with the
ol ? Fosdl" k statement, that thc
had bei n prono n ? I
, yf the General Resslona Court
ih in ? the law did not
.im ly, whi i? n wa In fact
?. | . ? mstancei of the
irini' i r thi record ol Ihe def-endant.
?| hi Poll< >? < Jommlsslom r i alli d
? ? poinl thal .i i rook w h
ufl wlth a busp
a matter aa Bteallng a watch, fcr i
I |i. had in nlm ty- nlne i ases oul <: a
hundi ed i othei watchi a bi fore tho
rm- w hlch ii- rreated, nd
on a. ? u a
in si. ai more watchos,
if he dld iini g4i Into larger achemea <>!
???i thi ; is in get Hi"
.inids nf n prlsoner before ?< i
tlu Commissioner referred that
mattei ond Deputy Dougherty,
thi room at the tlmo. I'.
h an t fforl th'it 1> b
. ? M :
Police Cite Several Cases.
-. ? the Commli
anj defi ndunta reW i sed inder a
? ndi d s -ntem i wenl i";t to t'?immll
, porti d by thc rt ? -
? . al i ollce Hi
g the idreds ol au< Ii caaea ihe
mere dug out yeaterdaj. pn i -
? < 'ommlssiuncr'a atatemenl:
M< ad<. ? Ilaa "R< d" Mea le, m -
10 1JJ \V burgt&ry; -??nt io
; dg< Coa Ing. Parolc I, and
pril I- 1907, returnsd (<? Elmlra by
Rosulak* for \ lolatlon ?'f his
gi ,n .1 ii,. _'l.
? ? ? N !'.'?'. I
? ? _i. 1910, wh u arrulgu. I
? . U to Bl !ii ... ? tsdl . [
. i i, for
? . nd d
? n Augusl _?'.. 1910, u h u nr?
i for u I ? waa ?
: ? i
? i. ln Mu IH ??. ? nl '" i
) .. i ni i,.: ugo ii ???i.i .'. ecial b\
I ?Mll.wnitl .ii BB n'lil |M_B< H"1' -S-BSBS.
More Than Three
fourths of Those Who
Fought in the Civil
War Are Dead.
This includes, of course. the
wearcrs both cX the bkie ?r\6
of the pray. and it has been
computed that the final sur*
vivor will pass away in 1945.
Many facts of ir.tense interest
lo the veterans and to all who
are fond of them will be
Next Sunday s Tribune
BOY TN- HIS IK
Brooklyn 12-ycar-0ld Drinks
Mother's Bcdbug Poison and
Dics in a Few Hoiirs.
SPOKE OF IT A WEEK AGO
In Agony When Father Reach^s
Home, Little Sister Sayintr
Brother Has Awful Pain
\i \i-?!.-. .... r the coming publlc at'h-oi
?\ inlnatlon whlch he had talked aboul
antly for tlio laat few dava drove
Paupel, twelve yeara old, to com
fltilcide In hia home a! No. 1.?".'_"_'..
Fiilton atreet, Brooklyn, last nlght. Hi
drank ,-i mlxture of creoaote and carbollc
acid, whlch hia mother had lieen uwing
tc ri.i a room of bedhuga, and <li> .1 after
,i il... '.-r had worked two hourn trylng '?>
MVC hifl llfe.
Voung Paupel, who waa - pupll al
Publlc School '?'?'. al New York avenui
Hti.l Herklmer atreet, flrst totei hia father
a week ago that lio waa afrald he would
not paaa his examinatlon. Aa ihe- tlme
approached for the publlc announcement
i ., . - ..i those hoai atandlng
would paaa them wlthoul i lei the boj
became more anei more nervous, and
when he left thr h..u4f. f,,r school yea
t?-rday mornlng he looked wornandtlred
nnd cvldently h?d alepl only a few hmira
? luritip tlio night.
When the namea of the lu?*k) koung
?? ? - aer?.l j eaterdaj and Pnupel'fl
? t*l among them hi seenn d to
?ill ]),<)?? 11^. wenl dlrectl) honi?> H
inothei . ne to \*? - Ji i _e foi i
two daya' vinlt, and Loula had t.t remaln '
aboul the houae to lo k after liia nine
ld siater, Marg ret. bul
told b) aome era laet ? i I
Bhowed thal n,c< mlnd -.'.us fuit ..f ten
..f tha eomliig "exama ' The- boyi wen
ill ^fcii thi I lupel homi. and |
Loula aat <>n tbe atepa hia head in hi*
The boys trl^el th^lr besl to get
ilm l nd play, bul he pald little
attention to thi lei disapi ?
into the i i
wh' n hia father, Charli :
home, ai^.'it ii o'clock, laat nlghl from i
tho barber ahop, where he worka, he waa
met in the hallway by Margaret, who
t >ld hlm that Loula waa ali k ai -1 had
ti ri Ible stomach a< he." Faupel rHti
upfltaira .-|ti.l found the boj In bed. |
v rithlng in agon> ind un< ona* lo ia ??n .
b , na r ne ir the bed ?;is n bottle of h< d- !
bug i. Faupel i an led the i hild j
Into a ti.-m bj ro< m, pi ' h m on h i au< h |
n for a doe toi
Ho came back In a few mlnutea wlth
i,. Binfcrd >' Throne, >.f No. '_' Macon I
Btreet. The phj ali lan waa with the chlld
untll half an hour aftt r roldnighi thia
morning, glving cmeth u and u_ina druga
i.nterai I the effepcl ol th.i^e,ti.-*.
hut liis work waa of no avail, and tbe
|< ,i n inti,. before I o'cl
$1,000 FINE FOR AUTOIST
Chicago .Judge Deeides Car Is
Chicago, May 21 Municlpal .ln<ln ?
Gemmlll t *. -?l<* >? started an actlve < ru
sade againsl auto apeedera by ftnlng
George 8. Bcott, who was drivJng an au?
tomoblle that atrucfc and Injured Antia
Palkenberg, fourteen yeara old, $l,(JUO.
The charge waa "aaaaull wiih n deadly
weapon," a new ground for th< prosecu
tion <f aiite.in.ii.il.- drlver a
County Proaecutor Wayman declared I
hta Intentlon to take peraonal charge ,,;'
all automoblle accldenl caae? thal reach
liis offlce. He i.s In favor *>f an amend
, ,i,i tu thfl atati law em apeeding, mak?
lng it fl erliiiinal offence.
Mayor Harrlaon, In a meaaage lu the
Clty Council, urged a revlalon of th
<iiy ordlnancea r+gulating the speed of
machines. He followed thia wlth a let
t.i in Municipal Ju.Ik<- Olflon, proteet
Ing agalnat the releaae of "apeedera'
\411h nomlnai f'me-s.
LIBERTY COSTLY FOR MORSE!
Bankc-r Said to Have Paid
$250,000 to Gain Freedom.
,, |e grapli lo Thfl Trlbune l
atlanta, May 21. Charlea \v. Morae,
whe. is returnlnf t" Amerlca, pald well
feir hia freedom from the federal rrli i
in Atlanta, where he waa a prlaoner f??r
twi J ear* on th? charge of vlolatlng n .
natlonal banking lawa in New Fbrh
Announcement waa made to-day thnt
tho r.t in of Anderaon, Pelfler. Kountree
A Wllaon recelved a ? oi rlOO.UOO foi
Ihelr work ln hia Itehalf. A part of Ihi ?
fee haa alread} been pald, whlle- the r I
wm bc se-itie-.i ..ii Morae'a return.
it ? belleved thal II coat Morae $250..
orji io get liis liberty, for th? ?um pald
l | ii., Atlanta flrm is only e.tn- part of|
t|1(. total. Aaaoi latead wlth Mr. Pelder
waa Mr. Daugherty, a lawyer of Colum
,i i . al farloua times ?m
pluyed Henator Ibtke- Smlth, Reuben Al ''
nuld Lamar Hill ? '",l others, whllfl hlt '
?_,_', . doctora' bllla hotel bllla and
llng expenaea of hia a Ifa for tw i
JUDGE LINDSEY WINS DENVER.
I.. in.i. Ma] -i Bcatterlng returna from
,,a| ? :? .'ii. n Indreate Uie
, ,,, ,,. ? -i Arnold, ritlxci ?? can
,11,1a!. for Movor. ?"'I \y '''"'". dtlaena
, , | |, , ludli - ?i;"1-' '"'" ,! Undflej ?
,i,. ju\. nlle l ourt J
IMRS W. P. KNAPP
! KILLED BY HORSE
Thrown in Central Park When
Saddle Horn Breaks, and Then
R-?!cd Upon by Animal
After It Falls.
DAUGHTER 3EE-S ACCIDENT
! Both Riding in Bridle Foad When
Mother's Mount Takcs Fright
at Auto Horn?Victim Dies
aa She Reachcs Hcspitai.
Mrs. f'arollne D Knapp, ? ''? ?f >v
> lace Perc; Knapp, 11 law: '?'? ?
and i-rushed under h4?r rldli ,: ln ' -? m
I the Weal Brldl. lloml. ?' ntral I'? ?
? esterday aften.n Kh whi
j R| onee to the Mml Cr mu Hospltal
i dled aa Bhe rea< hed the Instltutlon.
The police sa: Mri ? Knnpp'a n< i
' Blumhled and ahi waa thrown nf
i the pommel ol the saddle, catising
ti 11 .1' Injuriee and 1 ulmonarj h >ni ?r
rhages. She was pli k< d up from tn
roadway hleedlng profusel; and |>U.d
, in an automoblle. w hi 11 hi r
! daughti r, who aat bea de her In "1
1 . him . learned her mothi r waa dead
Mrs. Knn| )? ind hi r twi h ? - ir-o 1
!ht< r Kmms v ere constanl
I lona on tlu Ir horael ai k 1 de 1
' ds* afternoon. as usual. lh< ap; ? 1 ? '
' |n i)|( parh aboul ?"? oVIa k mountei
two horaea from a Klfth av< 1 ue
bi 1.!. and holf an h ?ur .
terlng down lh? Wesl Brld ? R? 1
Jusl whal mad. lh mol
! Btumble is nol know n. bul It ls t'n ?
1 the rrarkling ? 1*- 111. horn ol
motor car frightened the si Imal. -vhl l.
lesped forwsrd auddi nlj. throw ing i'a
, ,;,, ,.,,.? the Baddle horn, then
! reared hlgh In the Blr Mra Ki
backward nut of thi sad?
Btrui k in the i" ll? 1 ith hi r '?
lt fi oting and ?
\ . 1.1 Broads iv. who
standli .? m ir ' ? rse
. Mra Ki
Child Becomes Hystsrieal
Little Ki ? ,|lv '"r ?
. rould 10I fon hersclf
' roi 1 monienl -
rtial ed 10 hei .
? ?? ?
? ? I . I ? |OUl ' ' '
b|.l m Ith .. ai isll hsndki r< hl<'
\\ IU| haili d VIIllI im W
drfl Ing 11 by __.
-.,,,. of N?> .1 Wesl '?"'!' atreet -
polli ? ? Hftsd ,! ?
lnto the McLa
.... ? ? * sa
ll da ed to the 1 ? '
Maul 1 Id Mi K
ln a I Inutea Mi K
lnto ?' ? adn ll
1 , apltal, ??" ! ? ?sri Im d by I?i "'?
;, rl McKli trl. k '??', ?'?? I '
ihi dled ? sh< ? ne U> ' tt
risctun d ?.?.?::??!?? i 11I
..:. N w hli li. kill 1 he
Internal liijurh - caiisi 1 b; beli -.- thi 1 . n
I _..i: t '?' iMIe hoi
The rhlld ? ould not 11 '
? ? ? ta dead, bul ?hi 11 II
,i.,w ni 1 upon her 1 h< bursl h io -''?>? ? f
. | -h. and thi n -1 ew I li Bhe
later Iak4?n bj u r< latli ? ln hi r ,
horn* . nl So. IW i:.is' Mth itn l
3ad:l!e Horn BroUen Off.
Patrolmen from the .rsenal statlon
found Ihe two horsea wanderlng aboul
hikI took them to the ah< epfold In Cen- ',
n ,i park, Where Lleuti nanl Bai 1 ea
made an lnap4*ctlon 4?f Mrs. Knapp'a snd- j
,11... 11.. found Ihe hm n missing. 11 had ;
I,,,.,, hroki n i?fl whi n Ihe rldet wsa
thrown agalnst It. The roadway when
the aci Id nt ?< rui red. lual ? pposlte Mth
?treet, waa searched, h il the broken horn
1 ollld nol !'? f'i'llld.
Mrs Knapp was tho ilauahtei of Mra.
|(.aj \ Miller. Slu- was thlrlj alx
..,??? old ' ???' idi a h#?r hunliand nnd I r
daughter, Rtnnia, ahe leavea another
. i;. 1 j _: 111 * -:. Mary. Mr, Knapp has offleea
;,t No. _ Itei'toi Btrei t. Ile w ? grsd
,.,t. d from 'i ale In l*-S|i nnd la a member
,,f the 1 nh ersll.. 11 ?? Hai quel and
Tennla and the Kidlng rlubs. !!<? has (
;i eountry ln nu? al Smlthtow n Branch, .
I_?ng Island Mrs. Knapp. slster 1 ?
Mrs. Kdwln K. Isham, w ho lh ? a n lih
lur mother al N<>. _?'? West .".Ttii atree:.
ll, 1 brothers are Charlea 1 ? Miller and
James E. Miller, assii tant bi crel ir: ol
thc Knl< kerbocker Trusl Compan:
1 H-. phlllp !?'. < I'Hanlon, ? loroner'a phj -
..,, liiD, (a .. the 1.sai I-1 mlaston,
.ind ths bodj was removed from the hos?
pltal to an undertaker'a establlshment
LANDS 225-POUND DOG
Montclair Qfiicial Catchcr Usc9
Block and Tackle.
Montclalr, \. .1. May 21. -The blggo^l
job that Montclalr'a offlclal <i"tr ratcher,
Davld Btetnfeld, ever undertook .v.n
that whlch bi rssayed thli afternoon,
when he captured Bum, a huge St. B r?
nard, three snd one ba If feet In 11
and W4__hlng '_"-'."i pounds.
Buin llved up lo his ri ime bj freiuert'
Ing Mlooni and garages, and in ih? .?
placea he hecame sueh a pel that ha w,
never at s loss for a meul or shelter dur?
lng Inclement weathcr. 'i in- dog nn 11
ths characterlstlcs of a tramp, includlng
iicii of laslnsss, ami wbsn BteinfeiJ
urged hlm ttiward ths pound at a 'aster
rate than ln waa sccustomed to maks he
la) down ln th>- street
tihs hapi ened aboul .ho time that
achool was lel out, nnd aoon Btslnfeld
and Bum a/en aurrounded hy s crowd
,.i ? hundred boys nnd glrls rhose syn.
?tathles manlfcstly wer ? md 1 ir ihe town
ufflcial. a wagon ?? oiii" ? - 1 Ith bh? k
,,, ,1 1.. :.li im.iii si , :?" i und 1: .ta)
t, 1 :. i_ to Liii 1 nai.il.
FRESHENED UP AGAIN
i4 ,i ,vf i
' y.'tVj ',
i fi<***J$>vt A\r^r^^rr>
\s good :in iiew, Senator r_oriiiier/'
YOUNG MOTHER SHOQTS
AND KILLS HUSBAND
Says Musician Dcmanded That
She Go Into Strents and
STOl E CIGARETTES FOR HIM
After Days of Qi^rrrllinff Slio
Decided to Sboot Him. and
Wont to Jrrscy City nnd
Morrla Moskoi Ita i ? ollnlat, who waa
thrown '???' of ?? |oh two ??? reka i*--" bj
iaing nf the Rmplre 1 h< atre, ? 11
, i,,,t ..i.i Instantl) kllh rt by hia wlfe fol?
low 11 a t ojuam I In their apnrl
\.i 35.*! rtouth ?':.! atre ? ??. VVllllamsbuif.
laal "V- t.'t k- Ti:. woman w >
, .1 i,,. k. .1 mi. in tl.e
ii, ii,. ii ir* t ?t itlon.
She vti.i Muakoi itz lefl hia work In Hi ?
Kmi Ire <-r- heatra wlth practlcally no
??,?,., ..,,... ol looking for vn.-i k
t,,i,i i.. r tii.it ii wai now ip ' ' '" ' ' '
...;,,, ..rt the i imil) awhlle The -.i n
. ,i,i nhe v. if ?illlng '" do thH .i
, iMibi fine! .-< wa! . but remlnde i I tn thal
their two amall ? hlldren mn t ba i'-"i-- il
.-.ft.-r Ihe oldi i - I '.'l""n ia onl; Ihreo
\ Karfl nf ? ?
M.,.^k..\ Ita in-lsl i " '' he ?- ? ' ?
w..rk. nnd finall) K"' .'" atlent lu i
ins wlfe turned ovei '. ? twi - hlldren '<>
her married ali tei in I Atnrted ml lo
i,,.,k f-.r .. place Hhe gol . wlth Ihe
Amerli nn Tolw.'ompnn nnd Me
kovlta aepemed lo l?e flatiflfied II
mlnded hia wlf* . h??we ? er, lhat ?he mual
brlng home n handful of.clRnrettea eve* \
dnj. h*. suse h< had lo Bn oke nn 1 th-:
v na no '""t. Mra Moako' it_ i. i*|
heeii worklng ?nl> a fea ilaya when ah*!
waa raught laklng ? Igarettea ni -l dlit
The woman i"l?l tbe police thal livr
hiiflhand waa frantlc m hen he found th :
sh.- bael loal her pla< ?? ln the fa* t??i v. ten I
lold her to n" out ln the Atreel 8be re
rufled ie- <ie- thia, and after frequenl |Uur
rela hfl drove her to ?uch madneaa lhat
si,,. decided t" klll hlm.
.sh,- went i" Jeraey Cltj yesterdny.
boughl fl rerolv* r nnd retun ? d h
early laal evening. Bhe had be*?n In
the houfle only h ahorl tlme when Moa
k..\itz begmi to upbrald her for her
"laalneea." The- woman ?;*i.i that when
wi,,. e/fntured n few wordfl In defence
her I uaband leaped up from the tabla
t h< re l?' U;,H alttlng, made a runnlng
|ump acroaa the room and atrock her.
.-,- ahe fell agalmil the wall, Mr". Mos
u..\ 11t- aald, Un- vlollnlet grabbed her i.v
thi halr and wrencbed her forward ?.n
h.-r hanel" atnl kiu-t-s. kirkltiK an.i e ur_>
Btung beyond endurance b) her pain
ind anger ah? aald bar only thought wm
i,, ,.,M| her torture. Bhe nuuiaged lo pull
the loaded revolver oul <>t h.-r arabrl an.i
-t,niiKi'- t" her feet. Bh? began flrlng
bllndly In ihe dlrection ?.f the enraged
Moskovlts, aml stopped only when nhc
taw hlm pltch forward t? the Hoor. Bh?
said flhfl <H'i nol taow how many abota
?he flred. bul there were- four emptv
hambera In the revolver when tbe police
j,,,);,.,; jt up. Tenanta in ibo houae aay
they heard acreauna, the aound of four
abota, and o it In Ihe ballway csune upon
Mra Moakovlta huddled up agalnat ihfl
wall near Ibe door and i rylng "i want
lo dle! I argnt to dle!"
ln tbe recital of ber Btory Mrs. Moa?
kovlta Imprcaaod tbe pollca wltb Ita
truth althougb At Ihnea ahe became lu
eoherenl wlth exrltement. and they wen
unable to underatand her. She an
awered freelj iill queath na put t.? hei
and dld nol aeetn to wlsh to concenl
Moskovltz waa twent: Beven yeara ol1
r, ,i an ???: ? llent t lollnlat. al
?>. a man of ctolent temper. Thi
Ittlt children were found last nlghi
st the homs "f Mrs. Bar th Paul, st So.
l: is Msserole street
HELD FOR OEFACING FLAG
Striker Arrested for Displaying
T W. W." on U. S. Banner.
Cllnton Mssa, Maj 21. -In ? parade o_
atrlkera (>t the Lancaster niills io dsy
i arus a Oreek, a'ho waa
ni flag, was arrested
for ?:? ?' ig, ? hl< h bore the
lettera I W. W."
Tlu- iJreek waa taken to the pollce sta
tlon. A loaded re' olver waa found in hla
hii> i-i'kit, and an sddltlonal chargs of
rarrying concealed weapnna waa tnads
O'GORMAN'S DRIVER IM TOILS
Senator'8 Speeding Chauffeur Is
Charged with Intoxication.
frank Hallet, cbsuffeur for Senator
James A. O'Gortnan, was arrested last
n'ghl at 137th atreet and Broadway bt
LieutBnani leehan and Patrolman Mor?
ton and charged In the Wesl 125th atreot
(aollci atatlon wlth Intoxication and dls
ni det lv . onduct.
.\ large llmouslne was aeen by tha of
flcera b|.llng on Broadway, and when
ii Btopi ? ii al a ? afl a block further oi
they went after it and asked ths drlver
a-hal he meant by going ao fast Hs
? i ..ti them and awore al them, the<
alleged, Buylng thal he was Benator
rvoorman'a chauffeur and thal be would
"have them broke" for threatenlng '.?? sr
Thereupon Uallei waa taken ln to?
nnd aenl to a cell prepsratory to belng
taken to raiiri t.i answer chargea againat
WOMAN ROBBED OF $2,500
Bag Taken from Auto While She
Miss Klnim- Hal.', of ths KnOWlton
Courl apartments, Broadway an.l IfjQth
atreet, reported to ths pollce of the Easi
l'J.i atreei pollce atatlon last evenlng
ihat she had been robbed of her satchel.
Mmtalning Standard i Hl st.ii ks and Jew
ilry, smountlng ln all te 12,600. Sh?
said whlle Bhe was taklng pletures of
?dme chlldren'on the atepa of the bulld?
lng occupled bj; thc "Little Mothers' Ald
Association, al 14th street and SeconJ
avenue, In whlch she ls Interested, _____?
body took her satchel from thi- sutomo
blle whlch was waltlng for her on the
Miss Hats vislted the rnnniB of the
association in company with lf, Worth
Colwell, of N'o. rt't't Weal 161st street, ii
friend, In whoss sutomobils she rode.
After Bpendlng half an hour ln the bnlld
Ing Miss Hal.' and Mr. Colwell dsscsn_?
id to the atreet Beeing several children
fr.mi the sssoctatton atandlng ahout tho
atepa, Misa Hale went to the automobtls
nnd took oul bsr camera, ln doinsr s.i
ahs placed her Jewelled aatchel under her
-oat nn the rear seat.
When she went baek to the automn
blle lu-r sat. hei w'as mlssinK. Her three
inapshots had cost her sbout $833
The aatchel is otrtamented with Jap
sneaa smsthyst Jade, sat wlth psarls
and amethystS, and was valued at .UM
In il was u small silv.r purae contain
hik *i!?. a gold watch, rtudded with dia
innmls, and a jt widl.d watch fob of the
Atlantlc Yach.t Club. Hlss Halo was
conveylng ths <>ii stocks to th? o_loea of
ii< i brokera,
Declares Crnvention Will Name
Tempo-ary Chairman of Its
HAPPY OVER OHIO RESULT
Maintains the Progressives Ha^e
Already Won the Battle and
Will Be in Complete Con?
trol at Chicago.
Oyater Bay, Long Isiand. Mav 21.?
| Colonel Rooaevelt waa In a hnppy ;n.-..d
to-nlght aa he recelved the returna fr..'n
th-- prlmary conteat in Ohlo. When he
wns ln formed at 11:30 to-night by the
representatlve ..f a pr.-ss aaaociatlon that
the^ Indlcatlona were that ho had carrled
the state- by 1 vote of .' t<> 1, Mr. R
v.-lt calli 1 In the reportere. Hia only
comment wns contalned ln the followlng
1 rtatement, whlcb was mad.- ln reply to
| a .ni.'sti.'ii regardlng his vlewa ?.f tin>
I aelection ? f Senator Etoot as temi.ary
I chairman ..f the conventlon:
"Th. Progresfllvefl, u? n<.\v seems prob
able, ha\e- a subatantlal mHj.?rity at th*
Chicago conventlon. and I aaaume thut
they wlll wlah every man who apeaka
|f.?r the conventlon to i<e In thorough
sympathy wlth th*- prlnclplea e.f th,*
? and with tho cauae for whlcb thoy
"The temporary chairman has for al
moat his aole functlon th.- dellvery of .*.
?peech whlch ls auppoeed to etrike the
j keynote of the altuatlon or at least t..
give foroaful .-xpression to tbe convi.
tlon Hiui purpoae of the majocity of the
conventlon. Unleaa the national com?
mittee namea ? man whom the conven?
tlon i.i wllllng te> accept as ita spokea
man the conventlon wlll, 1 assume. sut>
Istltute lts own Chotce. This was done
ln the conventlon of 188_, ,,t- Which [
waa a member, when tiu> natlonal com
; mittee nanieil as temporary chairman
Powell Clayton and we of the e-.env.-n
i tlon flubfltttuted Mr. Lynch."
Mr. Rooaevelt sheiwed his pteaaure over
the Ohlo reaulta ln no uncertain manner.
TO ENTERTAIN GRAND DUKE
Pavlova Springs from Chariot of
Flowers?Dances to Him.
[By e'ahle t.-> The Trlbune ]
London. May 22.?A novel aoelety din?
ner party, followed by a dantv, w.,c
given at the Rltz Hotel last night l.y
Mrs. John Oordon ln honor of the QmnJ
Duke Michael and ("ountess Torhy. Tiie
orcheatra WM C4HM ealed in an artiflrl-il
rlver eelgoel with irises, whlle cloM by
fountalns were at pla)
One of the many surprises eiceurred at
niidnlght, when a Rorgeous c-hariot ot
geelden flowers was drawn into the room
and wheeleel reiiind tl.e i-inle of guests.
Suddenly MUe. Pavlova. the furao;;s
dancer. sprang llghtly out of the ch_riot,
and afterward gave varioua dancen with
all her n?n wonderful aml Incomparable
HUNGRY HENS START FIRE.
IBy TeWrflph to The Trlbune]
Hanford. CaL, May 21. ? Ilungry her.a
eoet thr family of It. L. Waoluvb their
home and belonutngs to-day and endan
gared the lives of two ?.f tho i-hilelren. Tlie
? hic-kens peckad at a biuii h of niate-hes an.i
set tba bouea oa flre. ti >? two eblMrea
playing ln one of tbe rooins esc-aped just ln
Oennlne crystal pebble ejrflglaaooa, thec-ool
kin.i that mve riiii8i,atSpen.er'.s,7Mal'Jc-nla.
Colonel's Popular Plurality 15.
OOO and He Gots 25 of 42
Delegates from Congress
Large in Doubt.
MAlMY CHANGES PROBABLE
Hardly One-third the Total Vote
Canvassed Up to 1 o'Clock
This Morning and Both
Sides Advance Claims.
PRESIDENT WINS IN HOME CITY
His Manager Asserts Week s Delibara
tion by Voters Would Have Meant
Sweeping Victory?Fanners Re
luctant to Quit Fields for Polls
?Wilson's Hard Pressing
of Harmon a Surprise?
La Follette Does Well.
coiumhus. Ohlo, Mi' 22 (WednaHnjI
?With little more than one-third of tlie
total vote in the atati i' 1
o'clock this mornlng, Colonel Roose\*-'r.<
delegates on the Repul.li.an tlckel an i
I Governor Harmon on tlie Democrattt.
i preference ballot led Ohlo'fl : I
! dential preference prim;.r- The figbt
Ion both tickets waa ao cloae howeveri
? that complete returna may change I nd
Complete returns from slightly fevever
than 2,000 preencts of 5,192 in the atate
shovved that Colonel Roosevelt's dele?
gates had a lead of more than 15,000
r,o\ernor Harmnn's lead over \\e>od
row Wtlaon was much leaa than thia
The cloaenesa of bla race wlth WUao-i
was in.licate.l by late reporta from Cla?
.-innati. Oovernor Harmon'a home city.
Here the ohlo Oovernor, who had
Wl || |n the l.-ad ln the early retunae.
waa Bhown to have 1,954 *"tes an l WE
?on 1,90. in 1-'" i,v'in' '?- oul ot * lo*-*
Colonel Mav Get Only 26 of 42.
.\ pecullar Altuatlon developed Irj tha
comptlatlon of the reeult* Thia ahowed
that ? t had a leaii
ol 15.000 in the t-KHi number of voteacaat
fnr delegatea piedgH to hlm, ?ne vote
by dlatrlcta woold he auch that he proh
Bbly would not have moiv than twi
six Of tho fortv-tuo dlatrld delegates
to the national conventlon at rhieago.
1;ur ?),;, ocratlc Preatdanttal
., ia waa ao Cloae that the result could
not be foretold, the indlcatlona were that
Oovernor Harmon WOUld have at least
twenty-two or twenty-four ot the dele
gate to the Baltlmore conventlon. Tlie
! rivile-e of naming the six delesatei-at
large of the Btate, however. la carriad
by th-> winner of the Prealdentlal prefer
Of thi Congreaa dlatrlcta. Colonel
i<_veli apparently haa won th.- de&a
; gatea ln the 4th. 6th, 9th. lOth. 1 Ith, 1-th,
,11th. 15th. 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th andart
Prealdent Taft practlcally has jalned
? the lat, 2d, -".d. probably the 5th, Ttfc
' sth an.i 13th dtBtrlCtfl
The Wtb Dlatrict remalned in doubt.
although both Bldea clalma lt Rooot
I velt aupportera alao clalm two ?>r tltrw
of the dlatrlcta llated for Mr. Taft
Deaptte the cloae Bght between t>*
Taft ami Rooaevell forcea on the Repuh
Hcan tlchet, Unlted Btatea Benator La
, Follette, of Wlaconatn. recelved im-h
support partlcularly in Cleveland and
Toledo preclncta, where be waa r^iiu-d
wlth eeveral thounand votea, iti Woovl
County, near Toledo, Benator La Foiletta
ran second lo Colonel Rooaevelt
Mr Bryan and Bpeaker Champ Clark,
although their names artre nol m tha
Democratlc ballot recelved -e ecatterhag
vot? throughout many iireclnctfl <n th*
Vote Greatest in Cities.
. in.-innati. Cleveland, Toledo, Coluan
: bue, Dayton ami -. donan more <( tlio
larger cltlee ln the atate furnlahed tna
, ffreater portlon of to-nlghfa returna.
Becauae of the coroplexlty of tha i>ri
mary ballot the counl In rural lletrtC-i
waa unuaually alow. lt la doubtful if
complete returns from all aectioi
th.- atate wlll be in tbe banda of the
electlon oAclalfl bi n"..n to-day. Ia ad
dltton t.. belng alow, all reporta Indtcate
that the rural vote waa comparatlvafly
smail. Becauae of 1m<1 weather almotflj
up to this time. tbe farmera erere loati
to leave th.-ir Selda and In every rur.?l
prednct leadcra found it dlfflcult *o got
j euit a large- vote. Bome of the citiea uiso
[reported that the poll was greatly un
! der registration Bgvreo.
Presldent Taft's manager. L. C. Lay
Un. waa bltter In his aummary -_ thi
prlmary result. n. aald
'Mlarepreaentatlon and prejudke
against Proatdent Taft took early r.-ot
in t Ihlo The result- ln lillnola and
Pennsylvanla encouraKed the ..ppositlon.
hut a areat change and trend to Mr.
Taft have occurred ln the last ten da\^
Another week'a deliberatlona would have
meanl a Bweeplnaj vlctory t'-.r the Prea
Taft May Get Delegates-at-Larg*.
"Meagre returns Indicate that Mr. Taft
will have the state conventlon and the
, delegates-at-large. Probably Mr. Rooae?
velt wlll have a majority e>f the dlstrfi t
1 delegates. It is simply impussihle t??
| night to make an accurate atatera nt or
aummary of the resuits."
Walter Brown. chairman of the sti.te
central committee, and manager of Mr.
Roosevelt's state campaign. declared hifl
bellef that Colonel Rooaevelt had awept
everything execept the Cinclnnati dl*
tri.-ts and poaaibly a me-re handful u?
On the Dem 'cratic sieie, Governor Hai