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But Not Radical.
The Only New York
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Tn-.li> and to-morrou, falr;
ll?ht .mi wlnds.
NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1912.-SIXTEEN PAGES.
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1 lt IV Vj llAI. V __._> JL KI.NKWHEHE TtVO CENTS.
G jice, Too, Assembles Her
Laind and Sea Forces to
Join Balkan Powers
?,_RLIIe IS PESSIMISTIC
f>crAe Denies Having Received
TJItiraatum, but According to
Athens Advices Has Called
Up 100,000 Men from
B?i<vade. Sept. 30.?General moblli
xati >n of the Servian army has been
ordtred, and it is expeoted will be well
under wsy within twenty-four hourB.
Tl?t publication of news of military
rhovements is forbidden.
According to newspaper reports the
Sorvton Miniattr to Turkey, Dr. Nena
8*4v tcH, has ief* Constantlnople for
Belgrade is seething with excitement.
The streets are full of uniformed re
oorvists. and the railway stations are
trowded with men on their way to join
the colors. The mobilization of the
Bulgarian army simultaneously with
that of Servia has added enthuaiaam to
c ? Srpt. ."'?. -The mobilization of
th< :pnri;.n .irtny was pro.-laimed by
the government to-day.
The uction was taktn in conf-equenoe
of tlnrming newa reoelved here as to j
the ? ntratlon of ctmoMearable foreoa J
of Turkish troope in the n< tghborhood !
of Adr Hnopla and along the H'llgarian
T'n?- Bulgarian t'abinet -BBJlroa BO ba
aaaj red for any .ventuallty that
,. Atnens, Sept. 30.?Tho Greek govern
iomtrt. n agreement with other Balkan
, statss to-night, ordered the rrobiliza
tion cf her forces by sea and by land.
Tht reas.in gwen for this step ia ap
prthens'on on the part of the Balkan
state; that t^e mobilization of the
Turush army and the diaquioting in
ternal conditioi of Turkey might in
duce the Porte to seek a way out of
tht difficuftiea in war.
L<-.m!. ? > ? ? -A Conetantlnople
diai : fays that all Oreok i ? i
hav. t tdera to leave Turkish
aratc i ?-'.
lorlin, Sept. 30.?The German For
8ign Office is prepared for the worst
In the Baikans since the issue of the
mobi1 zation orders in Servia and Bul
oaria. The possibility is taken into .
consirjeration, however, that the or
Bers have been issued rtMtlly as a diplo
mst.c measuro to bring pressure *o
baa- on the Forte.
The exact aims of Servia and Bul
gorla in mobilizing are their own se
erot. and it is thought war may possibly
Braak out without a formal declara
tio. . The qreat powers, however, none
of vhom desire war, will cotitinue thotr
onteaves to prevent it until the laat
\ . BepL II.?Al tho Blttlng of
the A-istrlan dolagatlOBl to-day Count
von Borcbt old, the Fontga Mlnlster.
when aofcoal whethei it araa true that
ino ttllMtlOfl orderfl hnd been lssu'd at
Be'?rade and Sofla lajpllad: TJp to the
pr ent we have only heard from Bofla
th an order f<?r general mobilization
<* issued thla aftar_o< n. No informa
ti. | of a siniilar klnd has yet reached
us from PoUraila nr Athens, although
th. slt?attoa at these places rannot be
BV ilb<d as leoa aerlous.
" would polat out," contintted the
For Mlnlster, "that between the or?
der: ?f mobilization and the begin
XiiBl i' ostilitit-s there are the Wolghty
Vff'jr the great powers, which are
betng .-? "ted toward allaying the dan
ger? a t| from ouch sitttations. The
Cc t wi aiatfa ii:iae, aecond roliunn.
Ov- ajlei Roaenthal Wltaaaa... l
_ Cb_rBes l'erjury. 6
Bbh 'tii 4 MerSodistB. 6
Plaii v>. <? I e iroation Centres. 7
BJcl n Oo?ns and Oems Held. 7
Mra. I'.elu oni on Ptihllc <Ji>inion. 7l
Bcho i iournnllfm Opens. 9
Ba__ir.crstel?'s Oporti Profita. 9
Ctty Tax .XssessmentH..18
B?gi,. Trust Lettets Kead.10
?pot PtoteMt Htrike in l.awrence_ 1
Mea tory <_aww in Foroa. 7
Hko.': il'-ariiig Experts' Dattle.16
?lat: in l>o'ibt on Oow-inor. 1
^^pc-wlt WelcoBBBl Harriman's Aid. 1
Hej, \VorIc. 4
['?BB8-ev.lt .M.i-is Koiay (Jpponetits. . . . 4
f*T. R Trail'MS at ^'hattanooga. 4
'?BBHbun nn State-wtat Tour. 4
I'MMrourl TJtris to Tsft. 8
f-aBOT'l t<i Tiil't CoiitlpuOO. 6
fiiani:. ainl <;n-<-i?- AtVbllize. . ,. 1
r|laai<iii! Ti.i.r.s liarrefl from Texat.. 6
? __?>.?>.? I.<>,,:, ;, I'i/./.le.l. 6
Baoa a for 'W onrien .? ... 7
4*_Btori:il .J... 8
BaBBlety. _ 8
thBatiPal . 9
CWtua:?>? . 9
?*>"* .10 and 11
^HrfMng Kews .11
4%ranv and Navy.|]
?saan. i;?) and MarUetB.11, lt and 13
: ??*l Entat,- .14 _nd ifi
FIRST ELOPEMENT FAILS;
SECOND IS SUCCESSFUL
Daughter of Hungarian Oount
Scale8 Wall and Takes to
_ Poreat to Get Married.
. [By fablp tr. Th* Trlhun* 1
Lnndon, Sept. 30.?After an unsuc
oaaajfB] attempt at elopement, suffer
Inn what practioally was Imrrrlson
rtient. maklng a dramatle B888pa and
dodginp an angry father for rt month.
the. Countesa Elizaheth Maria Perenyi.
dnughter of Cotint H. Serenyl von Kis
Serenyi, Hungarian Minister of Agri
eulturp, succeedfd yesterday in marry
Ing thp man she loved, ar>d late last
night the happy oouple rerelved word
r>f the parental forglveness and start
ed for Budapest.
The coiintess, who ia now twenty-flvp
years old. feli in love BOVeral years ago
with Alfred Rader. son of an px-Aus
trian Oonsttl General ln Kgypt. who
was tbraa jreara her senlor and very
wealthy. Coimt Serenyt, however,
found what he deemed to l>e a serious
objpction to Herr Pader and forbade
the marriage. and when tha dauchter
Inslsted and trled to elope ho placed
her in an institutlon ln Hnngary and
kept her under a strlct watch. bat by
the connivance of some servants the
girl attd Bader kept up secret corre
spondence. Thr countess es.-aped In
August by ellmblng a hlgh wall and
taking to the forest. She went flrat to
MinKh. whero she met Kader. and
then came to London. wherr thf>y wer<.
ronstantly in fear "f pursult by the
They shifte.l almont daily from one
smaii hotel to su-ratber, and yearterday,
with A. V, Hutt and J. Mi'iimigan. two
friends. as witnesses. they were quietly
married by R.gisirar Turner at Karl's
Court After the CCBeinony they tele
trapaeJd to Btaflapaat and last alght,
re .-hiiiK tha Jaatrad forglveness.
started for Hungary.
CONFESSES TO 'LYNCHERS'
Mock Hanging of Negro Thief
Makes Him Admit Guilt.
K.noha. Wis.. Sept. .10? A moek
lynebinp, managed near h. re by Sheriff
andre* F. Btahl, of fCenoaha County,
.'...-. productlve "f a confaaalon tgom
Wiley I'avie. a BBgro, .... used "f gr..nd
arceny. The mun coafeaaad ta Bteailiaj
i $tiu gun after the rope had baaa part
irouii'i hla Baeh by th. ''lyocban.''
The "mob" was wganlaed yaatartlay
lft.-rivi. n by Sheriff Btahl in a reeJlBtlO
nanner. Tba aaarra araa r/rerpowered
un) apparaatly araa aboul tn ba banaad
,vh. ti ha ooefeaaed.
Sheriff Stah foUowed the IIBgl'O thiriy
niles be_t<jra ra caught him. Tha oegra
aalataiWl tw araa iBiiocent, The
SherUT thei ona ot hla t_eputlee
u gjet aevaral fsrmera together and
.av. them atop ai a fannho i ebetweea
saleoa and KarMeha. When the BherfaS
*ached tba plaoa arlth hia prlaoner tha
?mo'." atopped tbe autoanoblle ai d
toob <>ut tba proteatlnai negro.
When < na 11 thi fai mara raa to thi
.arn and broufht OUt B rope, whlch
ivas ti.rov.n in ;?. boobb aboul Davle'a
uc k, J).' 11" <i . i.-ir.-'i ha '??? ?>' readj to
Btahl and his deputlaa vraved
t>ack the ''mob,'' an.) tbe aegro led the
Bhertfl to a B?amp aad duK the ?,"?" oul
from under tho leavaa, whare ha had
"AUNT DELIA" IS 88
President Sends Gift to Relative
on Her Birthday.
.Mhib-.iry, Mass., Bept. 80.?Mlaa Delia
?. Torrey, kBoarri as Praaldent Taft's
'Aunt Delia," ol.s.-rvcd her Urtho;.;.
o-day. Siie is eighty-eitht >.-ars old.
l'ri<nds caOed at tba Torrey manrrton,
in i;:m atreet, and Mlaa Torrey ra
?ei'.cd many reniemhraii'-es, Includlna
me from '?Will." only a little whlh
tgo Aunt Delia eiitei-tairied the Pr88t*
last on his birthday. ,
CHEMICAL PLANT BURNS
Fire at Long Island City Wipes
Out Two Blocks.
A four-alarm flre ln the Ntchola
')i"mi.al Company, ln Laure! 11 ill, Ofl
he outsklrta of LOBg Ifiland f'lty, kept
ii<- flremen from Long Island Clty, As
orla and Brooklyn busy last nifbt ff?r
Ti'Tp than two hotirs. Ther.' w<re a
loaae Btaatnan In the Btraatj, and th.'
Ireboata Boody and Btrong were booked
ip it. Newtown Creek, b< tW8BB whleh
ind the Moiitauk divisi.-n of tha LdMig
sland Kallroad 18* uorks arara situ
The Maaa atartad f;i tha blua mrlol
aarl-B, a tkf* atory brtck buildlng.
ahlefe araa demolti had. i'ii.m"i! had
.. arork In reiaya t.. eacapa tba effectj
4 tba .1. .oiiy'fume-. Tba ratlroad arau
ie.i up. and an tranV was at a atand*
8111 Th?- works coVarad about two
ity blorks. Tbe ioss 8188 variously
?stlm.-.ted at from $f.0.00<i to $188,000.
ifora than flve huii<ired m?'i> will be
hroam out Ot employment.
:heap beef not likely
Secretary Wilson Suggests Mut
ton as l Substitute.
Washlnpton, Sept. 'Mh-'l see no hOBa
4 beat gettlng p?u< i> rhaapar,*' sai.i
lacrirtaury *Vllao8^f tha DanjkBrtrncnl of
igrleultura to-day. Preah froaa a v;t
aiion in tb.e West, Mr. HTllaOl <?? ?
lat.il tli.re was a rnu.li greater scar<
ty of cattle than he had reallze.l.
"The br.-ediiiK Kroimd.s of st.uk 08t*
:!<?." sald Mr. Wilson, "h.r.'tofi.re sent
:o tba io! nfleld to l.e linishi-d by fat
leiilng; on corn, lannot furnlah murh
:i.on of that class of cattle. Moiin -
^teaders liave (..mpfll.d the faachmen
io dlapoaa of tbetr cattla sto. k. Tbara
s ;i BUpply of Bjeat that |H?ople ahuuld
...ii!.. ucuslomed to eating?mntton.
Mutton >>!. th. hool la leaa than half
iho prtoa of beef."
Marvarrl or Oxford tha lat.st ^..1.1 or
hell eveg'uaaes, al Spencet's. 7 Maioen La.
STILL IN DOUBT
Absolute Dictator at Syracuse,1
but Finds the Governorship
Problem Hard to De
cide with Safety.
BETTING NOW AGAINST DIX
While Big Leaders Discuss How
to Turn Down a Loyal Party
Man Lesser Lights Talk
of Various Other
[Froin a Sta.f rorr^rpondcnt of Tiie Trlbune 1
Syranise. Sept. .'!<?. -t'harles V Mtir- '
phy. the bOBB "f this "UB-Oaoed" COB
ventinn. is tryim: tO dOCrde to-nlght]
whether he can afford t" turn down|
for reiioniinaUun a man who ilU bajOB I
loyal to "th.- orajato?tat(pn" becauae ha
haa heen loyal t<> the or_anlaatta_. |
Qorernor i>i\'s lemand for a aacondI
tema proaonta i>> Murphy B-actly thej
problatn arhlch the ombttlon <>f WIHhun ;
F. Sheehan tO la- Unlted Btatea S.-natm
preeented two yeara ago, Murphy
fought arlth tho Ini iru.-nt ItBglalBtora
for thrr-e mctntha then P> auataln the
"..ixanization." He fougjrt 1.attee be
eouM ti ?t nomlnate Bhoohan ?<?, un l
their oppooltion, .-'.i I ln- <-oinpr..misi'.l '
on Benatci O'Gornaan bocauae '".th
bMoo in ih<> ari rfare arera Bxhaueted.
Murphy win te.t h ive to compromU
this time, He is aboolute maatot of
ihis conventlon, evon to the oxtenl <>f i
nomtnatlng i?ix ogatnat th'' arlahea and
judgmant of almoat every upatate
i remocral of any prominen ?? if lf j
ti'rns down the <;>iMTnor it will bo aj
distin. t cai e <>f roW i- ? t" a eaat
a boea nfraid t<. K" I <?!<"? 'I'" I.P'?
ot) th" f - ord "i hla falthful t-.-t irant'a
Bon i<e i" hlm.
The bottli | lo-nlahl is ?"> to i Bg ilnal I
th.- ranomlnation ? I Di_. M n h) bj
saylttg nothing, but la holdlng ? ont
eiiooa -.- iui 8ono ol hh falthful Tam
man) .n ai >i ipatt te .<:.:?
patrick, <.f Buffalo; M< Cabt . <>f \
Keii>, ..t" Byracuat. and Park
Blnghamton. They ar. ti Ing ;?> flgure
out whether it arould i-.- more danger
oua t'- t*he a chanco af dofeal with j
i?ix. and a< kioe tii- tmi picklnf
pluBdor, or tn atrfha a i
bloa .i' "party i">"it>" and all tho |
traditlon of baa ?') ;-* ": '^>-! '""
,,,;[;.? s. rritora >>? I irnlhg di arn I >i\
;:iiii noanlnatlnf bobbm nou Murphy i
,., i. it la a hard problatn f"r t.
|.v , bolOgl t B_d thOJf ar.- not ni
?,'. 1, bt ad ' ay in eolrtng "?
Hunting Another Man.
Whlle the load ra ai ? hard :it arorh
in li" in 216. tl
delogatt and thelr h
lobbles and barrooma and talk aboul a
iU4> eaaor to Ida I 'l;v "l''n '"
stgtil ara a aolld group <.f hla appointi
oad ;? '?'?'? Democral ?? ':m ha. ? '" ? '? i
ofTtcehoIdi rs under hlm, or eloae i ?
oonal tii-1 Bvon bod) elan i- ??
cuaalng aotne other Donlocrai for '.'???
Two tn-1. lead thi ti.iM noa Martln
ii. 11|] nn, "i Albanj. un ? W 111 iun Bul
z'-r, <>f N'-w rork, Bj lo-morroa morn<
ing it ma) i. .-"ti.? bod) arho*
Baa nol beon mentloni <i ao far. Bo >nu
Jon't last long in th' i uperhtatu >i ..i
Bioaphere of thi ? ?
The Dowltng boom, whlch s.-nator
i rtjiuinan tathored s<> blltbob , -? nai
ilmoat Bpont bow, and it is atlll young.
rerhaiis tbe roaaon la that oobody here
takoa much Btot k in the mtontton, or
Bbfllty, of CGorman to make a raal
fight agoinHt Murphy.
Tha oppooltion i" Murphy rockoned
in delegatea, nol statamanta won't be
more than one-elghth "i iht conren*
tion. o'tpirnian i- rockoned knportanl
u the reproaentatlve of th.- opirll of
Wllaonlam. a roch he baa baaa buay
most of tbe day in <lr;iftin:-; phuikfl fOT
ihe Tatnmany platform, a nlee, barn
less oocupatlon, arhlch baa kopl hlm
ini.-t and OUl '1 pla <s wli-t.- a- inie'il
Boncelvabl) do aotne raal harm i" tbe
Bxactly arhBl th'- boaa tblnka "i tht
rpirtl of WUaonlmn is ahown by tbe
(hct that Alton I'. I'arki-r i> alBted l"t
lermanonl ? halrmi n "t Ibe i "t ventlon
Parker wbb oppooad for temporaf^
i.aiiiii.iii of '!"? Baltlmon conventlon
,v x'.'iiiiain J. Brymn, :< W llaonlti Hla
..?!<?< ti.in non la raajarded, and In
ondodi aa a doubhi slap to Bryan and
R/lIaon. aii tbe Taramanyltea hgure II
iv Murpby'a gentle way of paylsg <>rr
^ViiM.n for BBUbblng the boaa at tha
i-'alr bora a shori titm- ago.
Big Boss Plays Golf.
To ahow bow aboolutely "ujab ed"
thia ronvention if tbe big boaa tooa: an
tatomobUe oul to tho Country Club thla
ifternooa and playod goli uatll iiinm-r
linie. dolf is a ffOttUe (???( lealiiui,
illgbtl) BtlrauUitlBg '" beaiTy facultlea
Dverburdenod arttb arolgbt) poUtlc-1
rcfiection. Bo, majbo, the golf game
aoltjod i" tha aolutloii of Murphy
problem. But thora araa no alga "f it
B/hOB bO r--l iirn* .1. [BBtOad, ln- plUBgOd
int.i furtbor rxaaforoneae arlth his llttle
BToup ?? '? falthful followera, of arhom
McCooey, '.f l'.r..oklyn. and Fitzpait i' k,
of n iffal?'. controlllng tba most yotoa,
Prior lo that ti?M .Murphy h?d BOBB
Senatnr < I'l'.otitian. i-\-.M.iyor M.
Otiire, of thia ettl; 'obn B. Btan h
t iintlnuetl un liiird |?ik<\ ?r?on<l rolBMBB,
>8 HOURS TO FRENCH LICK SPRINGS.
'?St Lcuia Limitfd" via Baltlmore &. OMIo.
Leave N v .'.. i^ 10 a. m . arrlve Bprlnga
i-jO p tn. Through BUept ra t.^ Mll ? '.
in,. ParlorCara I.wl. Poublt jlai y ?4?r
.,?-. returning. Tlckel ' ?ftl ? -. i.:an.l 190
B'way, 7 Cortlaudt st. ? 4 Coun st.. Hklyn.
iflTRPHY lin ftoma to droo vou/Governor. Thcjrc are othen jutt as good.
Dcmonstration of Twcnty-foui
Hours Brings Battles with
WOMEN ARE SET UPON
Pickets. with Revolvers, Knivcs
and Sledge Hammers, Try
to Stop Operativcs from
Going to Work.
!..,?? n nce, afaaa . s. pt 80 A Mde*
monatratlon" atrlke agalnal the |m*
priaonmenl of laboi l? dei the ftral
kiini in this country I a
; ., . , . i. t< daj. After hand-to-han I
. btahi a between i loteta aad polli a
tha ? penlng of tha textlta mlll i
thi morning ontii tha eloel
::.? :. 'I I I
by the In luatrta] Wora ara of tha World.
thouaand a orkera ab o arenl oui
ln Qi in. y, Barre, rJavarhlll and L; nn.
Thi Btrlka araa ealled for tarenl
hours, bejTtoBlng thaj Bornlag, In pra
teat agalntl th.- bnprlaonmenl of
Joseph J. Bttor, arturo Qlovannlttl and
Joeeph Caruao, arboaa trlal In eonnee*
tlon arlth tha daatb of A.nna Lopbuto
opeaed ln s.ii.-m to-day. Beren tboa*
?and of the terenty-fhra thouaand opera*
t rea it. tbe cotton aad eroollea mllta
h.-r.- ..;.. ?..1 tha i??'ii. fordng out flva
nd othara, aithar tbrough thtlrnl*
,i...i ;, or lack of arork bacauae "f ctoe
Ing doara of departmenta. Then, al ;i
na etlng lat< thla aftei bi on, tha
ivorkera were told ta |0 back to work
to-morrow morning, ready to con* oul
ag ui. al Ih* bbU of tha Induatrial
Workera, II the leadera ara aol aatiafled
a '.ti. tha proejrea ol the tri-.i al
Heads Cracked by Police.
The w.iisi of tho rtotJng occurred al
the openlng of tha mlll gataa thla m< rn
Ing. Plckata, arrned arlth revotverBi
knlvea, efedge baaners, hoa botta and
otbei weaporia, attamptad to itaf
operatlvee ftotn gca-g lnto the miiis.
When ti"- police tried to BBSlBtaJa i r*
H.r. the paekata aJJ-fglad aith thara
deaperataly. B^atagtag tbalff cluba, tha
i,i,,,?oata drove ba.k tha rlotai A
icort of arreata araffa made. Itaas ol
tbe prlaoneffa had ewokaA beada, whlle
othara aacapad tbrough the orowda to
their b48nea arlth bleedlng beada aad
bmleed tajoaa. Man, arcanaa and chil*
,!,,? 08 their way to work were held
Bp tU,[ assaulted b) atrlB*__ Off Bjrm*
But one t.ospital case was ivp..rted.
that ol an oparatlva arba araa thrown
baadlong trem ;? Kraatear aaid k-tockad
uncortaeioua Ha W,IS laU'r *hH.-i...ig..l.
No poli'.'inH" "88 wound-'i and 80
?d> ts irajra BraeT.
The defislon of the lead rs of the In
duatlial Workcrs to call off the Htrike
was made pubafc at 8 masH BMOUng
attended b> tive thouaand p. raoaa In a
racanl lnl tn'8 aftaffnaoaa. atlaa Btlaa*
betb Hurley Flynn. one of the Offgaa*
,z,.rs. t.iui tba gathartBg thal lha strike
i ...ii.iinr.l on ?..???.iii.l |.ua<\ fourtli rolumn.
"maillard's BREAKFAST COCOA
Healn '!"? day ri^ht b) .irlnklt^ It
yea the aboia fainily. for beattb'a BaB*?
AUTO VICTIM HAS LOCKJAW
Dirt Oronnd Into Wound Car
ried Crerm, Boctor Says.
: -it. who waa In
? ftidbfte nrHdenr at :
h ilo tombor, in wbl< h
it J He iit'a Offlcer of
rnon. wai ktlled, li aald to
bo dylng from lockjau ;|i tba New
- oopltal. Dr. Ch rh M Qulnn,
ni v. ? non, aald laat aighl that,
.1...olopod a)mptoma of
I |... !;i. ,.i Dr noxner,
. [qoUi ;;?. adminla* |
tl ? for the laal
ln. Ck meni has
.1. ;, tUbO. Ho nn.> at
th, h .i say anythlng ro
! garding I i1 la undoratood
thal ' *na hare
Dr. Quli ned thal Mra. Clom?
,,,- | ,,.; . i ? bl) due to a
l bav< ontorad
i.,,- rom tho dlrl arhlch waa
,,! into ht r wound. Bhe la tht
daughter ol the late Nlcholaa Baaa
, Maao. she
i D. Clemi at, but
ii??? co iple arere dltorcod.
ELOPES IN SCANTY GARB
Young Baroness Charges Rela
tives with Serious Offence.
Bruaawla, Bopt 80b -Tha young Bar
Charlotte Vma (Joehoorn, a
arealthy i >uti b nobtawoman, who
, loped arlth her chauffeur a foa aroeka
,ii.i who Wai auboeqtM ntl) aotaed j
:,..,i .... n erat< d In an aaylum for the j
.,,,.. made her oacape,
.\ foi ,n . bt M' r tbe okope.nt and
., ,, irrlage c< remoni had boon
,,,.,! ,n,.v dla overed at a
botel in Oatend b) deteetivee, who
rorlcbly t-orrl.K tb< bai.aa In
iU1 automobile and dollrered bor to
her romtlvea The latter doelared ahe
? ... inaane and placed her In tbi aay
Tbe bar.?-?-? "bo eaoaped to-day
wi,i, itttle olothing, araa met b) bar
i,,,,.,. ;? at. automobtfe. Tbua far they
,,,,, piuded the Bolglan pottee, Tha
bajoneaa ? hargoi thal hor rolatrraa ara
anzloua to gol poeaeaaton .>f h<r prop
ert) and for ibal roaaon aanertod aba
was Inaane and kopl bar ln duraBoa,
HONFYMOON AUTO EXPLODES
New Yorker and His Bride Estape
Death on Wedding Trip.
Iia Tatagraph <" Tl ? i' me.1
N M.., s. sept ?. Mr and Mra
.,. ot no. s ayoai Mth
Nea york. arho bava .n motor
?,.. ,n ',',.- Berkahlrea on tbelr areddlng
I,:,.. and baaa been at Hoaton HaU. la
Btockbrldge, for aoroe time, bolli - tl,.-.
... ,tal they w.r. oot kille.l
, . ? |otor had boeo workin* badly aad
M. s,,.,?.: .? gave bla ehauflaur, rranh
v ,,? ordera lo try out the oar bofore ba
;.,,.,,,, for rdi mornlng rtdo, Whlle Nel
, ,, ?raa aotoi down a steep hlll near
Btockbtidgt Boa/1 bt illacovered the auto
mob,u WM on nre. Ha bad har.-ly
Bt) ,?.,, ,,.,. motor and laapad out when
...,,.,,. t uik exatodod, uauhaj the
cat tn ' i
?pi,, wi. icage took flr<- an.i tho auto?
mobile, aplcb eoal f&eoo, traa burnod.
Mr. Btelndler Imported tba oar for hla
a. ddlng trin.
Doway'B Old Burgundy and Clareta
w/lth moala, strengtnen Brein and Body.
ii. r Doaroy & tooa Co.,lMFultoo St.,N.V.
CROSSES SEA TO OFFSET
De Ford on Way to England to
Bring Thomas Coupe Back or
Get His Deposition.
Whitman Has Had to Take
Giovanni Stanish Out of Town
to Protect His Life?
Aid from Burns.
Peratatent Intlmldatlon and attempts
to ??ii" state'a arttoaaaaa?whlch are
attributed In aosne quartera to police
Influencee, and whlch have beoaaBa
nrore and more evldant as the time for
t!n inai of Lleutenant Ohartea Eteaaaar
for the murdor of Herman Roaeathal
dr.iws aear?hava led -Hatrfct Attorney
V.'hitin.in io take speedy and de-lalve
a tlon in the OBSB of Thomas ?'oupe, the
former night clerk of the Klks ?'lub,
and an eyowitness of the shooting of
Hoaenthal. who left thls country for
Buropa about a montli ago.
Tbrough co-oparatloh with the Orimi
nal Inveert-gatlon Uepartment of scot
I:,iid Tard, tha I>lstri?t Attorney hae
been able t.> keep tra. k of Coupe ever
alDC* li'' UUBded in I.iverpool on Sep
tember '.'? On laetructaOna from Mr.
whitman. two Bcotland Tard aaa
boarded the Lualtanla at Uverpool and
found Coupe travelling as a tbtrd cians
He protnptly admltted that iie was
ilie man wante.l ln Amerlea in the
Etoaentbal can.-, but anSd:
"I an not golng back there to be shot
by pnii'-emeii "
Coupe Informed the Bcotland Yard
detectlvea that he had I.b tbraatefBaf
twlce by two differenl men prior to hla
leavtng New York. and toM very point
edl) that he "Letter niake hlrnaelf
acttrce.*' Coupe gave the London aleatba
to underatand that he would eome
to the Bcotland V.u.l offlce and m?ke
a statement. li n.'< essary, but that he
would appsal to the Hrltish sovernment
to* protection B8 ;? Brltlsh subjeeb?
bavthg been born at Preaton, BnglabaV*
before he would risk his life b) >?
tUT-fag to thls eountry.
De Ford Sent to London.
Informatlon whlch recently r.aehed
EHatraCt Attorney Whitman from Soot
land Vard that Coupe had not caUefl at
ti',) Lottdon offlee. but had been l'ound
in Piaaton, where he sai.l hla father
waa ln business. pronipted Mr. Whlt
man to diapatcb his aaalatant. wiuiam
A. De Ford. to London to get in touch
with Coupe and indu< e him to return
here as u witneaa, or if he rofused to
return, to take his deposition ln Enj
Aaalatant Distriet Attorney De Ford
sailed for London laat Saturday. He
l..ok wlth him credential* from the Dia
trkt Attorney to Bup*iint*nd*at K.n-eat
?,i S.-.tland Yard. He also carried a
letter of Introduetion to the Amerlcan
I ...uliiiird i?n fourili pa?r. BtTth .oliinia. ,
THE SEST BU < tER AND EGGS dlrect |
f,?m the faim and a: '<>"<?> '" : .''"?,*t-*i'f
Soreai of the Acker, MerraJl fc Cundlt Co I
Letters and Telegrams Before
Clapp Committee Strikingly
Different from Statements
in Colonel's Reoent Letter.
INVITATIONS WERE MANY
Railroad Man Repeatedly and
Urgently Asked to Oo to Wash
ington When Ex-President
Was Worried Over Situ
ation in This State.
Given by the Late Cornelius N. Blisg
for Mr. Harriman's Contribution
to Natlonal Campaign Fund.
Made Soon After His
Visit to the Capital.
fFrom The Trlhiir.r Bureau 1
Washington. Sept. 30.?The intimaoy
of '.h.- n-latlons that exlsted bOiWOOB
FreeMent Roosevelt and the late K. II.
Harrimin h'fore ano rluring the ?*atn
palsn of 1 f>04, when the former whs a
eatiJidate fof/ the Presidency and the
latt"r raised $250,000 on the eve of the
November elections to earry on the
flght In New York. was portrayed br
frr tbe Senate committee, whleh re
BVmed to-day ita lnve.stigation of con
trlbutlons to Prestdential campalsins.
The story told ln the seiies of let?
ters and telegrams that passed be
Iweeo the whlte House and tl e offlcca
of the railroad man ls .-triklngly at
rariance arlth the stntrment of colonel
Rnosi.veP in hi? lett.-r to Senator
Clapp, ehalrman of tiie committee,
early in September. In this he sald:
"Mr. Harriman never even diBcuasod
with me giving anything to the nationol
committee, and I never apoke to hlm
about it or requested a doMar from him. |
He asked me to intercede with Mr. Bliso
and Mr. Cortelyou to get money for
him and Mr. Odell in their atato eam
Th<? letters dlsclose the faet that
President Roosevelt repeatedly (mi W
Bjuatlly Inrlted Mr. Harrlnuut to take
luta hoon or dlnner with hlm at tba
Whlte House, in-order that they night
Hocuaa campaign problems. The Pree
itiem appeared to be wnrged par
tl-ularlv about the situati'.n in New
Ifork, where dlsccrd exisu-d becausaj of
the oppooltion >>f the upatatc Iead??rs
to S<iiHtor Depew. Mr. Harriman waa
eammoned to Washington in uctober,
1904, to dlacuaa this sltutttion, and
shortly after this visit the JJ.'.O.aOB
fund whlch has been the subject of
eontrover.-y waa ralsed.
The evldence Kiven the 1 ornmlttee to
dsy conslatad of the s.r.es >f letters
and tel.-<rams taken from the files of
Mr Harriman'.s DBBBOB?J crrespoml
en< e now in the PQBBieBlon of his
Widow, ;i recolpt from the late C. N\
Bli.-s arknowledging Mr. Harriman's
contribution of .S."a?/MM> to the 1004
campaign fund and the testlmony _f
<\ <'. Tegethoff, Mr. Harriman's pti
\at'> 804 IBtniy. and Charle? A. Baat*
bo?ly, j resid.-nt of the Mutual Life In?
aurance Company. Mr. H uriman'a
friend and advlser.
Letters in Frlendly Tone.
The correspondence subir.ltted ere
ates the impresylon that the railroad
rnun was recelved at the Whlte HOMBB
on a much mere frlendly footing than
"any other cltlzen," ns was recentiy
asuerted by Colonel R^oscvejt. The
letters sliow, on the contrary, In a
numher <.f phrasea thararterlOtlB of
Colonel Roosevelt that his relatlons
with the railroad president were espe
cially Intimate. He not only exprefsed
the deatre to dlscuss with Mr. Harrl
man 'Vertain points In hla letter of Bt>
ceptance" and other toplcs, but ln a par
ticularly friendly tone observed: "My
deur Mr. Harriman. we are practlcaI
men. ' On June 2a), HHH, he wrott: "lt
has i'?< n a raal pte8_H_N to aaa you thia
year," and he guve further evldence of
a frlendll ss lor Mr. Harriman far
beyond that ehterUlBOd for the "ordl
nary .Itizen" by repeatedly asking hlm
to come to Washlimton to talk over the
problems that aTOM from time to time.
The faet that Harriman's servhes
were sought hy the Roosevelt campaign
managers and not thrust on them waa
further corrohorated b> a letter from
Goorge n. Cortelyou. in whleh the lat
ier sai<l: "After a cmference with tho
Hon. Cornelius N. Bllaa treasurer of
the Repulnican National t'.mniittee. I
wrlte to say that it would glve us great
pleasure lf -Vou COUld 8*0 yottr way
clear to serve on the auxlllary commit?
tee >>f the Repuhllcan Natlonal Com?
mittee Pleasc consider thls communl
oation entlrely personal. as the com
Ettoe is not to be publicly announced."
Th.- documontary evldence dates back
to Nov.tnbcr. 19M, shortl> after Presi?
dent Rooaevelt enterod the Whttg
House. The correspondence until lata
!n H*?3. however, appeared to be des
ultory. Most of the lettera aubmitted
to the committee were written in 1904,
and these. accordlng to the testimony
of Ifr. Harriman's secretary. were sup
pltm0nted hy telephone conversatlons.
Change in Tone of Letters.
' After the electlon in 1904 the lettera
of President Roosevelt strlke a dif?
ferent note. The invltationa to dinner
anxl luncheon at the Whlte House
ceesed; the demand for cottferences no
longer exieted. On November JO, 1?04,