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But Not Dull
But Not Radical
yoi. tvytf X* 23 974 *?**?*?*?"'?"* n?"r VFAV-VfiiiK kiTlRDAY, JULY <>. 1912.?FOUBTEEN PAGEH.
PRICE ONE CENT
In (tfv of ?w lork. ?frwy f'it.v itnd HahnkM
KLtfKWHKKK TttO < KST8.
m IN HOIEL HEK
Congressman Victim of Ailments
for Which He Had Often Been
Treated by House Physician.
OF REPUBUCAN OLD GUARD
Served in Albany from 1890 to
1907, Was Speaker and Went
to Washington, Where He
Had Been Close to Cannon.
rnn?rf?.-man Oeorge R Malby. for
many yearf a nKmher of the N>w York
"Legislature, and since 1*01 a mcmhpr
of CongTeaa, waa found dead in his room
at the Murray Hill Hotel laat nlght. II*
registered a1 the hotel about B:S0 o'clock
Thursday nlght from Ogdenaburg. and
the menagement does not know yct
whether he was on his way to Waah
ington or to hia home.
He waa around the lobby yeaterday
afternoon. but went up to hi? room, and
remai.ied there so long that when one
of Um employea knocked on hla door
GEORGE R. MALBY.
Repre*entativT from th? 26th N". V. Con
gre-s District. who dtr-1 sucMenly at
the Murray Hill H^te*. last night.
and ther * a no r<
va.i felt About 8 o'clock the door waa
broken. and Mr. Malby waa fouitd
on a coucb, leaning over, aa if he waa
trytng t< plck up aomethlng from hi?
open auii aee, whlch waa on the floor.
He had evldently dled in that poaitlon.
Dr. Peter Glbbona, tha hotel phj slrlan,
waa called in. and round that ?
man Malby had dled from endocardltla
and arterto acleroata, for both of whlc!i
ailment? the doctor han treated him ? n
fonner vtalta to New York.
Kone of Mr Malby*! famlly araa in th?
city laal night. but the membera wer?
informed and arere espected to arrlve
early this morning from Ogdenaburg.
About an hour after Mr Malbj
found dead one of his Intlmate frlenda,
Congreearoati wiiiiam H. Wllder. of
ICaaeacliuaetta, arrlved from Waehlngtan
wlth his daughtera and aona. He waa
graatly diatreaaed to learn of hi
rge R. Malby waa born of Bcotch
Engitf-h parenta, at Canton, n '>?? ?">
a>ptember 16, 1851 ?nd waa aducated al
Canton School and 8t Lawrence Untver
?tty. In youth he waa a farmcr. bul af
rd became ? lawyer and married
and llved at Ogdenaburg. He waa Juatlce
cf the peace at Oawegatchle for three
y*ar? and was elected to the Aeeembly
la 1890 and re-elected m 1891. The nexr.
year he waa elected to repreaent the
county of Bt. Lawrence under tha new
?ionment. and in the Republlcan
caucua was the nomlnee for Speakrr.
alng the Republlcan leader on th ?
floor. He '--r f'"' 1h" ?' ' ?' ,K93
ng apeclal Intereel in bllli to punlah
repeatlng In electton* reformlng the bal
, ;l!ld provldlng for non-par
boardi of electlon and In economl
He contlnued hi th? I a. and
in ]^'.c, waa the Republlcan candldate for
Benator from the 82d Dietrict, and won
large majorlty. In all he aerved In
the Aeeetnbly from 1890 to 1895 and in
the Benate from 1895 to 1907 Then he
,i to Congreea rr"m Ul" '-''''h
ilr Malby waa or.e of the old guard
tg?ong the Republlcana of the Hduee.
. ung the upatat
Yorh Republlcana ? cloae frleod of Vlca
Prealdent Bherman. and was frequently
Bference arlth Prealdent Taft and
Republlcan leadera In party ex
?,.v \ta ii. ? one of Bpeaker Can
gan'a alalwari lleutenanta in the faaoue
nlei flght r?f March, 1910. and made
f the memorable ;d"-' ?" H exeorlat
fin? the Inaurgenta, who flnally atrlpped
thti Bpaakerahlp f?f much of ita power.
i ara? a promlnent member of the
powerf- f/aya and Maam Committ
the ... ? 6 it waa there that moat
of hia Congreeartonal actlvlty centred.
Uis naaKhea bava haen moatly conflned
te the tariff and to Pan ima C n al legla
He anM a coramandlng figura phyet<
diffnlfled. tail. < r? t. arlth gray halr
s.nd aaonftarhe. and alwaya rauitleaal
dr^?.?ed H< lea i a ivlfe and two aona,
kgA-e remaln?d at theJi 0?d*nbura
honat durtng miu-h ??i Mr. Malby'a ? ? n
frc-*eional < ui ? ? v.
A< tba aada t ' ,ri !l'^'ilf.i'f|,|:
drlnka Ah.- Angoatura Bltter?.
?' r.-Howntd UJide of ex<ini?ltc fla\or.
Take a Glance Behind
the Scenes at
You see lots of things at the city
of fun bcside the water. but there
are lots of things you don t see.
Sorr.c of them \a/i!1 be dcscribed in
READY TO SELL DAUGHTER
Mother Said to Have Considered
an Offer of $20,000.
to Th#> Trtbuna )
London, July ?'? II waa atated in a
Idverpool pollce raurt yeaterday that
! Bamuel Davld !.???. of Ball kake ''ilv
|had offered Emily Doughty 120.000 for
her daughter os bis plural "M<'
Mra Doughty is belng tried for enter
Ing Into negotlatlona wlth Lee on the
of the above i ffrr. the teohnlcgJ
charge agalnat her heing attemptlng lo
prornrr her daughter, ttim only eeven
t,.,n >ears old, fof unlawful i>un"'Ses.
$30,000 NECKLACE G0NE
Miss Atala Thayer, of New York,
Loiea Pearls on Steamer.
ton, Julj ?"?. The facl thal ?'> pearl
,.,: ii f 10,0(10, \v.is loat la?1
Tueadaj nighl on the ateamer Bunker
Hill bj Miss Atala Thayer, of New, York.
? ... known to daj. wh< n the poll< e
Miss Thayer thinks that when ahe
boardcd the ateamer in New York the
necklace waa In a Jewelry caea wlth
other gema Juat before th" came aahore
here on Wedneaday ahe dlecovered that
Miaa Thayer could n.>t aceouni for the
dlaappearance r>t the necklace, l"it
Ithought thal poealbly It mtght hsve I '?? ?
thrown awa> wlth aome waate papei
j ^hp went to her fiminer home n New
j Hampahlre wlthout makirv: .1 complete
T'->-(];i;. a man repreaentlng Mlea
j Thayer viaited the ?teamer and in-j 1 nr' ? 1
w hether any tra< e of th? Jewela had be? n
found He irai told thal no one on
board the Bunker Hill kn<--w- anyihlng
?\;:., ?,-? 1 -?? i\er ;i\?s at her country
on, Long lal 1
illy, and Ii ? ? ry lon 1
m yai h? chc is
ii the New Sforfc ya< hl 1 1 1
. f| .. . n women to ? hom lh?
. ranted th* prtvllege ->f flj Ing 1
:. . ? 1 ..... , ihe left I er homt, "n Long
? . ?. isli r< latl ? - In New Han ,
intending tr' atop al Boaton r,n 'h* way
When .:.' left ahe had ., quantlty of Jewelry
In h' i. but k member of her
wni- unabli yeaterday what it
GIRLS IN SUICIDE PACT
One Dying and Companion 111
from Taking Poison.
Llma. i |lii". July ' "Lefa tTk* p..i
?.on." luggeated Nlna Wheeler, fourtaen
yeara old, to a playmate, Jeaale 8ho< hey,
alao fourteen, to-day. The two glrla
. Hf d? ?tru< tlon. An hiur
ter tl '?? ??''. found In a crltlcal (?
tlon In th* Wheeler home,
Nlna \\'!h-.-1'r wlll dle Bhe waa de
?. ? ? i ?. tuae ahe h-wl to mlnd her
b\ ter, and the other ?ympathlaed
v |tn )).r. The condltlon of Je??<i?
Bhockey is aerloui Both (-' > r 1 -? are
11 . . f ?.!,.'?" famlllea,
SOCIALISM IN THE F.AMILY
Relative of Keir Hardio Was
Hanged for His Radicalism.
i Hy ('mblt to Th* Trtl un# l
London, .July ?'. .1 Kelr Hardie, the
So.i;!)ict afamber of Parllamant, Ih. It
appeara nol free from <<ne <>r th?- weak
neaaea of the claaaea t<> whii h \v is op
poaed. Ha haa i"'<-n atudylng the gene
alogy of hla own famiiy and haa dlacov
'er'-d that ninaty-two yeara ago his grand
uncle waa hanged, drawa, qoartered and
Idlamambered aad ? i?;*rt of hl* body ex
hlbltad on the wall <?f stlriing Caatle,
Bcotland, for demandlng that worklag
in<'n ahould ha\e rotaa,
DAY"S VICTIMS 0F LIGHTIMING
Thrcn Killed in the Open?Sev
eral Are Injured.
Bidney, Ohlo, July t> Whiio pJaylng bail
on a common near her home to-day, M'i
dred, the ..IkM-v. ;,t old daughter of Krang
Kaaer, "f Eaat Bidney, waa Instantly kilh-d
by llghtnlng, an<] ala of her llttle compan
lona were aeveraly ahocked and renderad
Two of the chlldren, who were HitiinK on
I ?eraper, were badly hurned ahout
the f.^t The ala Injurad chlldren were re
vive.i. after tnuch work, and it U said taey
Matteawan, N. Y.. July 1,-Two aona of
Mn Thomaa Fetry. f^M a11'1 """ V,'"M>
old reapectlvely, wera atruck by n?htning
while In a cberry tree to-day. Ona ol
them waa Inetantly kUled. and it la be
II, ,, ,j tl e other wlll dle.
L'tlca July ?'? Morton Hoffman, of Oa
ford flfty-elght mllea aooth of this dty,
... rtruch by llghtnlng and Instantly
ktlled whlla worklng In a BeW Wa this
a'n,i . altghl fontualon on theajda of h
l,.,,, hla body ahowad no manu '" l"*'
MARSHALL HAD $5,000,000
I Former Dock Commisfiioners Family
j Tha win -i Chartea H?ry u*n*?l'j?:
? m,r Dock Commlaalooer, who died m i vu
i,,,, Tueedey, waa read yeetetday, and ww
be Bled for probata neal weak. The wm
dl i. of neerly IM8?.??k " ,s" Hi,id','";"".
|el8Uni |?rgety of heldmga In traaaat an I
1 .teamahlp companlea and In ,h*. I"in'' "'
-?.,..i and o..ssgr^ZSL
ITh< <l<?<iiT,ient waH made <>nl\ .? '
Uoyd C. Ortacom and Eugene a
jtorVhe^n^of'hlVwl'fi "Is daughter a"d
1 uiaih'ca and frlcnd*.
lowa Senator D:clarcc It Is Not
Ncedecl and Finrir- No Ex
cuse for Bolting.
ALWAYS DANGER OF BOSSES
Senator Bristow Asserte Flght
Will Be Botv/rort Roosevelt
and Wilnon. and Latter
; r- ."i The 1 re?u.]
Waahlngtnn, July ?" Benator Oum?
mi>'s. if lowa, K'hoae hopes aa eompi >
niis" ? ? ? i ? hl ' ? l 11 the < *'ii
l>, naevelt * new parl i effert. Iie iayi
li ,( Btatement to-daj lhal ti.. ?. Ii n >
necei " foi It; tl ii tl mu< h
dangei nf bnaai a ln i n< w pai lj i In an
old one ind If i ? ? achea the |
ronclualon aftei "eareful Inveatlgatlon."
that fraud vltlated the nomlnatlon of
w antlon, ' he holdi In
o? n hands th? opj rtunlty 1 i
"1 deepl) regrel tt'p fnlhire." Benator
i 'ummina ta I l igo i onven
tlon, "and I agri e that dlahon it
ougbt t.. hi !?? b iki -
I canm ? i ?
I . , .i. ,,r thi dli honi -' ? I
Indh .? ? ioti fiin i on
atltute i foui datli n upi i ? hich to i ? ???
? ? i rl
B y Se n a t o i
la intei pr< ted aa m< ? .
Bena tor f 1 ?
lelf aa thi i >? .-?
? ? .
>,??.-? <?.?-? ?':??
:. , ; 1
than In any other polll
Semtor Ciimmms's ^tatem^nt.
Mr ? ? ?? i .i. hli
I ! . ? i ? ; ron
It w a ' ' ?
ti... i ? ? r 1
k\ e i
ca .-? v
bea ? can ; '? ?
otin i ? Inatloi
dentl i! ' ??
?,,;, ? .in.il nomlnatlon i?
l . | eaaive Rej
didate for l*r<
. . . .
.. !.! 10 I
dl an ? ? ?
occur ? i
?letnl' tl ? '
no more aVult 1
,!, JSwer tl m ??? I ???"? "??
"fi ?!!!'? ?
i. eaall] i
? ' ? ? ?
n i..? i ? " ? ? ? ?
broughl fnrward h l eaoeri when l
thhuf thej a..ng. . l ' '
Prealdent avl ? n he |.ropna?
irhlch I bel
,\ frauduleni ? ??< ? i ?
th'nu it toui : -.-. and i ?" ,,,,"
Renubllean who, aft? r Int . ? I r>nulr>.
inaion that II.itconye "
he Chicai i vei tlon a i I ' ?" "f
dellbei the nom
.?? ,n w not Ihe nomli.f the H< p ?
11, , parl) Buch a mnH :' not
, . reached irlthoul earel
butlf M : o.1 ihen
v,,,,., | old ? hla own hai ri tne oppoi
tunlty to rebuke and i
Bristow Throws a Bomb.
Benator Brlatow, of Kanaaa. alao mado
u atatemenl wi.nl. waa llk? a bomo
thrown Into the Rooa^vell ? amp. In li
Qovernor Wllaon will ?* elected i don'l
Ihlnk Tafl wlll earr; a Ingh ?uw
Huoaeveli maj iarr) ? i? >< ' "? ,-' ,' ' ""
fornla Kanaaa Mlnn.?'. ''??' DakMan
and NebraikV bul Wll on will i.ablj
?,?, ,|, the roiinti) , . , ,
I i?v.. heard talk thal there mlgnt ??
?, agreemcni among Kcpublluna w i
both raft and R.eli j-ould ;?tMrn?
and h Ihlrd n an be named. but i I* l?v?
there i? nol Ihe allghteal foun at in
Vhe llme for ? ich an agreemen wa
,, . chlcoao convent on waa In proj
,'t the Tafl eadera were afrald lo agr e
!,i a thlrt inan. h?lleving thal 11
"howed anj weakneaa there would !??
M.-mnede to Rooaevell And raft co
/,;"';,. ,.,,,,,,.,l ... withdraw now
Th.- rtghl wlll be between Wll
,.,,?., v.it. and the formei baeked bj ?
.jnltr.l party. wlll ba ? h " '?
john O. Capera, of thli clty, Bouth
Carollna member < ' tha Republlcan N i
tlonal Committee, who aupported Colonel
Rooaevel! for the Prealdentlal nomlna?
tlon al Chlcago, alao forraally announced
1,1a intentton to aupporl Prealdent Taft'i
DIXON TO CALL CONVENTION
Roosevelt Forccg Expect to
Meet About Angust 10.
nraahington. July I Th? Rooaevdl cou
ventlon wlll he heM In ? hlcago aboul A ?
tn.Ht i". accordlng to i telegram received
to day hn m Benator DTkoa tha R< o
campalgn manager, who la In New Fork
tha telegram waa aanl to i member ol n ?
(tooaevell prorlalonaJ committee and I ?
, the abolltlon ol prlvllege, - Kpeeiaiu "'
?orinectlon wlth tha alllance between
c . i.?>ineaa ;tn.l corrupl po tlca whethei
ri"", ?' l,.7l/.r a littl' acale; who belleve
?"-? tha people themaelrea and nol lha
.t,u....... mkchineTj eonatltute a.party, who
.,,,,l ? , machinerj eonatltute a party. who
'" v. ilat tb? power <.f the boMM
, ,;:?n,iha, ihe trlumph of either i
-" h ,.. lubatltuMon of on.. ael of
? m-I maehlnery for anoti^r aet. whlle I. ir
,"n=. l.ecia prlTllege Intreneh. I i
,ng,,,J' ane'-r ?our name wlll b. algned
to th? caJ) onleaa >ou wlra ma blaappror<
A NEW BOSS RECEIVES.
I.D BOSSES?We're with you. Governorl
WIFES LOSS OF GEMS
m HIM IN TOMBS
Macaluso, Whn Srnt Fischer
Hansen to Prison, Returns as
Andre Rieta. Dancer.
IN EUROPL THREE YEARS
Telll Polire Story of His Wander
ings and M;irriago to Mmc,
Dolili?. "Bobbed by Bul
Tony M.i iluao, th< [*allan Indleted for
? i i F1a< her Han? ?
,1 r,. u hl< h reaulted in the
... ,,f the I???'?'?" ? r and a year'a
kwell'fl lal 11 d penl
? tr . turn< d up unexi.ted
. ...ir.' Rleta, ?i... aald hli w |fe
n.,,i (....,, robbed of :>l-'.<?><> worth of
idlly admltted hla identity
when a dete< tlve re< ognlxed hlm, and II
aeema thal alnee he dlaappeared after hla
nwn Indli Imenl for brlbery in 1000 he
haa had a pi< tttn ique i greei nn Ihe < !on
Rleta. ???.:; ho waa known untll ? > ter
daj afternoon, repoi '? d thi loaa of the
i,, ii,. weal 17th atr**1 atatton nn |
Wedneaday, and aald he auapected "Mar
,r.i;' ;i Bulgarian artlal In hard ptraltn.
who had i..*n worklng :is a general utll
II man around the houae. at No. .".''??"
Weal K?th atreet, untll he auddenlj wanl
aWBy on Tueadaj nlghl and n..\?-r . an ??
back. Next day, Rleta said. he found
thal his wlfe afrne. Delllla had loat aii
j her Jewels. and he Included in the de
m rtption a larg* pearl rhaln, a amall
one a H.>t of pearl earrfnge, "'"' fiv..
ringa ee1 wlth rublea. dlamonda and
pearla Rleta aakl the real value "f the
,...A,.!rv waa nearer 130.000 than the Bg
,,,-,. ....t. as h? had hought tha large pearl
, haln nt a low prlee from a woman In
.listr.ss. though it waa worth 110.000
He aald Marcel, who alao took lt?0
,,, , ;isl) , ame from an employment
igency under the nama of Chrlato Jon
,,,ff. and after ha wenl away wlth the
jewela wrote a letter, aaylng ha waa
aorry for the theft.
Captaln Oloater v' tha caaa In tha
handa of Detectrre Kear, bul wben a r.
porl waa made lo Deputy Commlealoner
Dougherty Ihe deputy auggeated that as
it aeemed t., ha a large affalr <'.h>st.T had
better go arotmd and make a peraonal
Inveatlgatloo. And that vvas whal led to
v... aluao'a reveallng
Datacttve Fitialmmona of the Dlatrlei
ittorney'a offlce, went wlth bhn, and
whlla th. v were sitting talklng to Rleta
Fltsalmmona waa wonderlng aii the timo
Wh0 the man r-ally waa II came to
hlm llaa :1 ";,sn
"Tou're Tony Ifacaluao," ha ahol out
Ifacaluao 'feanad up, and aald uieta
wafl n stagj name. The detectivea took
i,lm to Headquartera, and ha had a ses
4,j(l|l |n a cloeed room wlth Commla
ptoner Dougherty, for h<- |g stin under
u>. told the detectrva that he left thts
country and almoal st,ir\?>d in Parta, un
tii he wandered Into a concert hall one
night, and his utory that he had had no
food for foiir dayg led the managt-r to
llsten to hlm. wlth the r^snlt that he got
n ? ii and a chanca to show that he was
a dancer. Thls led to a $100 a w?'k en
K;igement. said Ifacaluao, who also pro
rlatmed that be waa th? real, ..riginai.
BUnba-pure Apache dancer.
i?.- r>" away hla aaooey ami si^m
. ,.? it in learntng IwW forelgn lan
??.. and thlfl flow of tongiie fasrl
nnted g Mr*. Patterson, Of London, ao
Contlnurd on thlrd p?e*. arventh coluroa.
LESE MAJESTE AGAIN
Herr Schatz Turned Kaiser's
Bnst to Wall and Said Things.
Baargemund, J'iiv ?"?-a manufactumr
named Bchata waa aentenced here to
to four month*' Imprlaonment for
. :... At ? nv ? ting i aJled U*t
? ? eaM to organlM a local
\!sa. e-I>->rraine of the Fren^h
H-rr Schatz turned a hust of
or Wllllam to the w'all and made
remarka abo it the Emparor
i a majeatl progecutlona have. ba
C(,,. m uau il of Urta yeara.
BIG SNOW BLOCKS TRAFFIC
Tranr, Andean Railway Cannot
Be Reopened for a Month.
n ThO Trlhun' Bui <? in I
Waahlngton, July h.?To the n^^ps
per men who mopped thelr browg and
ralle?1 at the Waahlngton siimmer, Art
|.,c Secretary ?r Sf',," Wllaon thla after
,.,?,,. ... ,v. .-11t roplea of a dlepatch st.u
,ng . .- traffli on the Trana-Andean
Ballw ij . between I'alparalao and Buenoa
Ayrea, waa blocked on account of "an
unuaually h*avy anowfall."
The Amerlcan Conaul at Valparaleo, a
m?. h envled man from a wathor polnt
r.f view, aenl the meaaage Tha dlapatch
aatd that u l* improbable that tha rall
?A..\ ,an he reopened before Auguat or
Baptember In the mean time. It waa
atated, malla and paaaengera from Paru
Bnd <h.n muat ko to Buenoa Ayrea vU
thi ptralt of Magrellan. _
HARD BLOW FOR MARSHALL
Indiana Supreme Court Rules
Against New Conatitution.
Indlanapolla. July B. The new indiana
conatitution aa drafted by Oovernor
Thomaa R. Marghall.'Democratlc '?and'
date for Vlca Prealdent, and adopted at
the laat aeaalon of tha Legtelature, waa
,i,, lared unconatltutlonal lata to-day by
the indiana Bupreme Court Tha court
h?id thal the rtght to rhanga tha conatt
tution !i<"; with tha people and thal the
amendmenta ahould hava I.n gubmlt
ted toa conatltutlonal conventlon Inatead
0I to the .egtelature.
The manner In whlch tha amendmenta
were adopted brought oul adveraa senti
menl al the tlme, and ahortly afterward
john H. Dye, actlng m ? taxpayar, en
',.,,,1 snit In the county court* The
opinlon of the lower court thal the right
to alter an<i reform the government waa
,,t all ttmes ? people'a rlght and indt
veatlbla, was upheld by the Bupreme
Oovernor afarahall refuaad to critlclaa
tha actlon of the court aaylng: "To be
hiiiv. i have my oplnlona. but It is not
proper for ma to dlacuaa thera."
Bill Takes One-Half Their Earn
ings for Violating Law.
[from Tha Tribuiv Buraaa 1
Washlngton. July .". -A hill t.. flne
"had truate" one-half of thelr earninm
dnring tl... perloda in whlch they are
gullt) of a violation of the Sherman
anti truet law WM Introdured In the
Houae to-day bjf Hepresentatlve Hull. of
T< Ua, a Demonath- inemher Of the
Waya and .Means Commlttee.
Mi iinii haa been formulatlng pians
to i urb the trusts for some tlme. After
readlng tha platfonn of the naitimore
conrwntlon, he ha? datarmlned that the
beet way to corracl the trust evll Is to
gtrlke at the pTOfltg of an illegal cnm
"Doea aay one Piiprose," he asks. "that
the ftteel. the Standard Oll, the Tobarro,
Xhf agrlenltnral Implement and llke
Ki.it romblnatlons would have kept ln
operatlon ln the fare of a penalty of ."x>
ror certt ,->f thelr net earnlnga for eaeh
dai I The penalty ls feaaihle, efflolent
and elastlc so as to fall ln Juat propor
tloa upon the amall and large vloiatora."
WOMEN PUT BAR ON
Federaticn Delegates See Steam
Roller Tactics in Ruling
of the Chair.
DECISIOM IS CRITICISED
Higher Stage Ideals, Sex Hy
giene. Uniform Divorce Laws
Indorsed?Next Session in
Washington or Chicago.
|j>. TVI'Rrnrh to Th? Tr'h'.no l
?an Pranclaco, July fk?Although they
paaaed many progreaalve reaolutlona,
among them waa not that framed by tha
California delegation Whlch, If adopted.
would have put the eleventh blennlal
ronventlon of the General Federatlon of
Wbmen'a Cluba on record a.s indoralng
auffrage for women.
7h<. resoiution committee P'it the
steam roller on the auffrage propoaftlon.
Later the auffrage reaolutlon waa Intro
duced on the floor by Mrs. Charlea Far
well Fdson. of Loa Angelea Mrs. Moore,
the prealdent, declared it out of order
beeause th^ reaolutlona committee had
'not Mibmltted the parttcular reeolution
and becauae it waa nn? germanc to the
work ?>f the federatlon
There aii great applauae when th"
reeolution waa Introdu ed and many
women attempted to aecond it. Mra
Waahburn, of Waahlngton Btate, meved
thal auffrage be adopted as ? tool to
work wtth, and this motion a*aa alao
erushed by Mrs. Moore'a rulinsr.
Mrs Rdaon explained that ahe wai
drlven to the course she took by the
fact that ihe had recelved a flaah that
the laaue had been amothered In com?
mittee, She aaid that aha had been
apprtaed lhal the committee would not
preaent the reeolution, and ahe wai
termlned that the conventlon ahould not
ind withoul the women having :i rhance
to eaprcaa themaelvea "But, ufter all,
it waa Mra, Moore who decided, and not
the women," ahe aaid.
At the heipht of the diacuaaion Mlaa
Mary Oarrett Hay, prealdent of the N'ew
y.trk Bqual Buffraga League, introduced
a reeolution to modlfy the procedure of
el?ctlng offlcera Deaplte protefeta, her
motion waa ruled In order, and ado
It provldea t"..r almplined electlona.
The following reaolutlona were adopted
b) the coni entlon:
That a \ote of api'fe. i.t.on he ex
tended to Preeldettl Tafi for his appoint
ment of Mlaa Julta i.athrop to the head
of the ChUdren a Bureau.
Indorsement of the good roada move
manl and of a great national highwaj
to he known hs the Ltncoln Htghwa)
Preaervatlon of Mamanoth Cava Ken
Bills f<>r the l.etterment of defective
Indorsement of the planl to have
women poliee in all Of the larger . ities
in this .otintry.
Indorsement of the study of Rible llt
erature and the plaoing of Rlhle study
on the prngramme of literary ??Itibs.
Indorsement of the "whlte slave" laws.
Protest against the comie supplements
of the Sunday newspapera.
Protest against Imrostng an> legal
disability on woman that is not im
poaed on man.
The aetabliahmeni of ? bureau of na?
Appointing adeonate board to outline
eourae of sex hyglene for normal schools.
Reeommendlng voratlonal trainlng*
achoola for baaaj and girla after they
lca\e the grammar schools, and the in
tontlnued oo Meoud paje, ilxth colunui.
IN REAREND CRASH
Double-Heaiier Freight Train
Smashes Into Passenger Train
at Fair Grounds in
3NLY OME ESCAPES INJURY
Locomotives Plough Through
Car Crowded with Persons Re
turning from a Holiday,
Crushing It as if
Latrohe. Penn.. July 5.?-Twenty-ore
persons were killed and thlrty'^t^ured,^
several fatally. in a wreck this aftarnooh
on the Llgonier V'alley Rallroad at Wil?
An overloaded passenger car, pu^hed
hy an engine, was struck by a double
header freight train of roal cara. cru*h
tng the car llke paper and spreadlng
death and lnjury to all on board the
train. except one person, who w.is a rall?
The accldent occurred on a branch
road. runnlng from this place to Mgo
nier. whlch is owned by the Mell-m In
terests of Pitt.-hurgh. It had been rc
ported that the llne waa controttld hy
the Pennsylvanla Rallroad.
It wlll take an Inveatlgatlon to deter
mine the cause of the wn i k There
soems to bo no person In a poaltlon to
even puggcsf g cauae to-nlght. ?
The passenger train, consi^Ung of tha
Fingle ear. carried many per?ons who',
had enjoyed a holiday over the Fourthj
of July at Ligonier. a f-immer reaort. \
Without a moment's warning the heavy ?
freight ploughed into it, splitting tha
car Into btts The vletims. many belng ,
crushed and killed instantly, were
thrown in all directions. Beveral were
gent flylng ahead only to fali befort the
Liet of the Dead.
Many of the dead were residents of
Ligonier or Wilpen. The llel followa:
AKKXFT. John M. I,l*onter. (Ir^min.
PEATTT, Ftark K . Ligonier, #n*lnear.
HYERS. Oo!g<\ Ugoaier. H^man.
CAMPBBU* Wiiiism. Wtlgea
DItLON, Mn. Hirry. and baby, VTUpea
??Irs M Wilpi.n
Ht'BLET, G?-orire W . Pitfhurgh. clvll ?ng1n?er.
HITIX" k. Ktehael, wilpen.
M'OOXNAUOHBY, Fr-ink. L!<?or.!?r. ?ngtne?r.
MURR, Thomai. r.atrob#
NIBPOXT, afatthew, Pittibirgh.
OVgRTOat, Mra John. Wilp. n
OVERTOH, Frank. tcn-yar-..;.! toa of Mra.
RHODDV, Elizan?th, thtrteen yeara o'.d, Me
RKODDT, L^uiae. elght y.ara old, alattr of
rhodjjy, Mary. uageaier.
TOSH, Oaecce, erttpm
boy, unidentif.ei. t??he yeara old.
TWO rOatBIOWBRl aaldea
Some of the Injured.
A majorlty of the thirfv injured per?
sons were residents along the WUpcn
hranch. They were brcught to a hospital
here ur sent to hospltal3 ln Pittsburgh
when II waa found they were In a critl
Among the injured were:
KAMItL. I>; C A . I.lgonler, rasy die.
JOHNBON Di J B. Ligonier, wlll probitly
UATTHEWB, MlM E*tb?r It . nurff In Homa
f ". ugontar, preatdaa 11
BRREXA. Walter, b.-?nk <'erlc; oor.dltJon cliuoai.
Injurles of the othera were all severe,
conaiatlng of broken legs, arms and con
Many of the passenger.* were vomrtn
hildren. Mlaa Eather Matthewa. a
employed by an offlclal of the
road, wns taklng a partv of six chlldren
to a wooda near wilpen for a ptcata
Two ol the llttlc onea wera crushed to
death and tha othera wera b.tdly bttrt
aflaa Uatthewa'a conditlon ls crltlcal.
lir. and afra Henrj Rhoddy k>at tiieir
ihree young datightara, Loutae, Ellaabetk
0 id Mary. Mr. Rhoddy, who Is a wcil
knuwn buelneag man, and his wtfg are
frantlc to-nlght and under tha i are of
George \v. Hubley, who v.-as killed.
wa.-s u aon of ' Irant Hubley, secretary
..f the <>ii Well Buppty Companf, of
Plttaburgh. !!>? waa ei?hte.-n yoara eUL
He waa graduated recently n.i a ctvfl
engineer and wag on his wa) to join an
engineering i rpg of tha Pennaylvanlg
Btata Hlghway Departroent to take up
his tirst work.
Car Ripped to Piecea.
The car waa ripped to piecea. All the
occupanta were hurled to the roadbaal
Boma fell ln the path of tha angiaaa
whlle othera were partly hurled ln tne
rind.fi and cniahed atona baakle tha
The lirst locomotlve of the freight
train stopped so<?n ;.it.-r tearlng thi
the pasaenger train. turned half W0F*
around and fell i?ver on its alda mul
McConratughey, the engineer, waa gcgda>
ed to death, whlle his tireman. Oaorfal
Byera Jumped, only to faall on the traok
and meet death under the wheel*.
Bmlth P. Beatty, engineer of the a*c
,,,,,l engine, Jumped and austalned a
broken leg. His Broman, John M. Ank
ney. fell Ijeneath a car. His lega were
bcvered aud he dled en route to a hoe?
Ininlap, the engineer of the passenger
train. and his hreman remained at thelr
poata, and eacaped with slight injuriea.
Parmera near the ecene of the accldent
and workmen employed at a racetrack
in the vicinlty were at the wreck within
a few mlnutea. Messengers were ntarted
at once t" Ligonier, whlle the othera, aa
sisted by Dunlap and his flreman. wera
busy gettlng the dead and injured clear
of the wreckage.
An ho.ir and a half after the accldent
physicdans. nursea and rallroad offlclata
had rea.hed the ncene. From that
tlme on the work of reacue and tending
fo the suffering was effectlve.
The first rescue train reached here
from the accldent at N oclock to-nlght
Practically the entlre town met It
Every conveyance wa? ready to haul th?
Injured to the hoapital.
When the rescue train reached here,
X. C Ankney, the oldest rural matl car
rler in Westmoreland County. father of