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NEW-YORK. FRIDAY. DECEMBEB 6. 1912.-SIXTEEN PAGES. ? * PRICE OXE CEST"'"' 15;JShirKKiSg**"
Tclls Court He Has No Chance
of Breaking Habit Unless
Put Under Restraint?
Held as a Seller.
SiX MORE INDICTMENTS
Fathcr Flynn, of Brownsville,
Says Traffic Is Supported by
Habit 18 Spreading
Six indietn.ents for ttJHng or having
in possession COcatM wer? n-turned
vesteraay by the KinRS CoUDt) Decein
ber Grand Jury. and one Btn wa? h?M
to the grand jury on the t-stimony ot
deteetives, who arrested him 0* ????
picion and found a large quantity of
cocaine on his person. (
The latter incident, enaitod In the
Oates avenue police court, in Brooklyn,
produeed tha remarkable 3C4M of I
pnsoner begging the .^ourt wlth p?
theUc appeal to send him to prison for
two yoara. so that he would have a
chance to break himself of the habit
Like all cocaine sellers. when arresi
ed this man, who gave the DUM of
.larr.es Randolph, sald the drug found
rn him vas for his own use and that
he did r.ot have lt for selllng purposes.
but Magistrate Voorhees decided to
hold him for the grand jury wlthout
?I have been a user of coke* for three
^ear?.,, aald Randolph, "and it has
wrecked n.e body and soul and made
me a flend. lt has become so grippmg
now that I must have it or suffer tt*
mont agoniiing pain in the world. Anj -
body Who takea it becomes a fit-nd. to I
f*nt escape it. This talk about ex?
hiiaration coming fron cocaine is all
? >t. Its exhiiaration is not its grlp
ta ftimpiy that the reacUon trom the
s lght exhiiaration creates stich a tcr
nb'.e deslre that yoOTVi got to have
??? And its always more and BBOre.
Y.u have to take more of it every time
lo Miflc that pain."
Randolph appeared to he a man at
?OOM education. ile WM sallow faced
and thin. as almost all cocaine flt-nds
are. but there was still left about hiiu
W4M traces of the man he had been.
H< explained that a cocaine user when
hc had the drug in his system acorned
food. and craved nothing but "cokeand
more coke, and cigarettes."
I hep your iMttOT to tn4 me awav
for at least two years," he pleaded
wrokenly. "I can never conquer this
habit aa long as I am free in New
York. It is too easy to buy the irug.
No one who really wants it has any
difflculty in getting lt if thcy have the
The detectives who have been making
investigatlons of the facts they have
gleaned froro Randolph are hopoful of
rounding up the men who have been
handling the cocaine as jobbera and
?upplylng it to street eellers in the
One of the six men indicted yester
day pleaded guilty to having cocaine
in his possession and the other flve
pleaded not guilty to aelllng the drug.
James Randolph, the young man who
was held to the grand jury, is booked
under the Bection of the law prohibit
ing selling. in spite of hia impassioned
plca that the large amount of the drug
found on him was for his own use.
From other sources lnformatlon came
that Randolph has not only been heard
of as a seller. but that his actlvlties in
that ltne concerned themselves with
young boys and glrls of the Browns?
ville section of Brooklyn.
Fathcr James Fl> nn, pastor of the
Ontlaued ?* ??<?nd page. third eolunan.
This Morning's News
Bo>a Atleinpt Highwayman's Job.... 1
Cocaine Victim Begs for Frison. 1
All Tombs Keepers Subprenaed. 9
?lohn P. Mannlng Seeks Di\orce. 3
istrlke Breaker? Introduced ?'CoWa". . . 2
Caralaaa Fari?y at Catholic <lut>. 6
Vounc Mra. Helmont Gets Lawyer.. . . I
N'ayor to Restore Budget Cuts. ?
Kwlndler Gets Morgan Check. 6
Maid Folls Burglars, Saves Jewels... ?
? Uy Oerlarea for I atlg Plere. $
Thirat Finds Its Champion.?
Llfe Instiratice Presldents Con\ene...ll
Jschlff Hi.lts Actlon on C'anal.11
Oovernment Drops Kugar Case.13
\ew Aim from Habbit's Bonc.16
Krlanger Stut to Jury To-day.18
JfPfll Coming in Fast.16
\x ilson too Remoi* from Brvan. 6
Blease Drives Women from Hall.... 1
Arreat Negro In Trenton Assault.... 1
Archbold Trlal in Senate.. . 4
linanciers to Djscuss Currency Ite
form . 4
Harvester Trust Drove Out Hi\al?... 4
Wlokeraham for Sherman Law. 5
Rlgger Navy N>?ded. Saya Meyer.... 5
Aaks Rlch to Gtre Tlme.1*
'ana'la to Knter British Counscls.... 1
AUU* Approv* Graek Attltude. 3
Triple Entente Heafflrmed by lrance. 3
N'?ws for Women. 7
Kditorlal . ?
Koelety . ?
Music . ?
Thtatrlcal . ?
obltuary . ?
Army and Navy.11
I'lnaacial and Markets-13, 13 and 14
B#|. Estato.14 and IS
MME. NAZIMOVA BRIDE
OF HER LEADING MAN
Russian Actress Married to
Charles E. Bryant, of the
Mme. Alla Nazimova. the Russian
nctrcss, whn is now tppwilni in Roh
ert Hirhens'a play. "Rolla Donna." al
the Empire Theatre, was married yrs
terday afternoon. it is nndcrstood, to
<harles K. Rryant, her leading man.
The wedding took place at the apart
ments of Mme. Nazlmova. No. 10 West
40tn street, and was the culmination
? ?f h romanre begun almost ten years
pgn when Bryant and the Russian act
icss first niet *n London.
Mme. Xnzimova was born in Yalta.
Crlraean R'issia. in 1*79. She began
tr on the atage as a violin virtuoso.
Iiut suhsequently abandoned this for
!i. ilramatic art.
MOTHERS SEE YOUNG BURN
Rave as Flames Kill Children,
Trapped in Barn.
F'ittsburgh. Dt? o?Trapped Ifl a
Purning burn at Cniversal, a borough
near Turtle Creek, three small chil?
dren. eight, flve and fonr yeara old,
were slowly hurncd to death late to
day while their mothers listencd tu
their screama and ture fianticaliy at
the weather boarding of the barn in a
futile attempt at rescue.
When iielp a.-rived the three wonien
wcre raving like mania<?. They were
<airied to their homcs and rescutrt
cut a hole in the barn. The children
had heen bimed to a eri>p
BULL KILLS DAIRY KNIGHT
To Avenge Comrade Went Forth
with Oun, Knife and Olub.
T.os Angeles, Dec. 5.? Joseph Rudolph.
employe of a dairy. is dCftd from
wounds inflicted by a huli. with wblcfl
he had dellberately engaged in battle.
Kome time ago the bnll killed a fel
low employe and Rudolph, determined
to a\enge his comrade'K death. entered
the Inclosure where the anlmal was
confined. Me was armed with a re
volver, knife and tlub, btll beforc i"1
could UM any of the weapons the bull
charged and gored hini.
SANTA TO GET HIS MAIL
IChristmas Letters To Be Sent to
Washington. Dec. .". ? Postmaster
| Oeneral Httchcock issued an order to
jday suthorlzing all postmasters to de
iliver Santa t'laus letters" to auch
fharitable inatitutlons in tlie city or
! town where received as may desire to
give attentlon to their reo,uests.
Many thouaands of aurh letters are
wrltten to "Santa ?'lai;s." appealing for
< 'hristmas rememhran* M
If the letters fail to bear postage
| stainps it will be IKCMWfy f?r the
poatmaater to forward tbem to th^
dtvision of dead letters, but in that
e\ent he is authorized to aubmit the
names and addre^sea of charitable in
atitutlona that are willing U> look afUr
the wanta of the wrlters.
AGAINST U. S. TOBACCO
Trust's Activities in Germany
Call Forth Protest.
Perlin, Dec. 5.?The anti-Semite fac
tion in the Reichatag annotmced t*?
day that it would aubmit an inquiry
as to what the Imperial Chanccll<>r
proposed to do to chcck the Amerlcan
Tobacco Company'h progresa ln Ocr
many and to protect (Urman toba'-co
growers, manufacturera and mcrehanta
HERE'S A JAIL FOR HYDE
Hot and Shower Batha in Mor
ris Oounty Lock-Up.
|P.; T?U??ph to Tli* Trbune. I
Morrlstown, N. J., Dec. 5?No lonser
will the tender fleah of prisoners In the
Morrla County Jail be shoiked by lcy
water when they enjoy their daily
batha. The Board of Kreeholdera has
instilled a hot water boiler and heating
appara jh to siipply hot witer for tho
tula and shower batha in the Jail. A
tlle floor is being laid in ?Iace of the
vooden one in the main rorridor and
the reception room.
?Shinner" Cook, whoae 210 commit
ments to Jail cause him to call that In
atitutlon home, saya all hr? wants now
is a brewery wagor to stop at the Jail
daily. "It is a Mne place to spend the
winter," aaya Cook. 'Hot and cold
water. pleuty of llght. reuding. good
nieals. What s the use of going out in
the cold and worklng when I can get
all this for nothing*"
Sherlff "Whlt" Gillen to-night denied
repcrts that rocklng chalrs and ruga
were to ?>e placed In each <ell, saying
the priaoncra would have to get along
for a time with wooden l?cnch<'3 and
NO CAUFORNIA CONTEST
Cfficial Vot? Oives Roosevelt 11 and
Wilson 2 Electors.
San Francihco. Dec 5 -Aotion taken to
nipht by the exe?:utlve oft1c<.rs of tlw
lnmocralif State Ontral tommiitc
1-roiJKlit to an ci.d the l^ns ^(?Ii??< ?f it^al
conipllcations mnltlng from th>- dO?e
n?-aa of the vnte ca?t for Wilson ni.d
Kooaevelt in the Novcmtxr olootlon. '? he
toinniittee will not' (iiicatlon tlie offlcial
count of the ballotp.
Af the atat" votc now atandw, rpven
Kepubllcan (RO0MV*)t) anri two Demo
cratlc electors hnve b*en ohOMn
A real comfortlng atlninlant for ehllly peo
lile Is Antedlbivlan. l.nytlt.s LP/os., N. Y.
They Leave Governors' Confer
ence as South Carolinian
Shouts "To Hell with
REPROVED BY COLLEAGUES
Other Chief Executives De
nounce Lynching and Mob
Rule and Declare Law and
Order Must Always
Richmond, Va., Dec. fc??..*ny women
in attendance on the governors' con
ference to-day hurrledly lcft the hall
when Governor Cole L. Blcase of
South Carollna, for the sceond tlme de
fending his doetrine of 1> n-hingr
negroes guilty of niminal :'ssault,
shouted: ' To hell wiih the eonst'.tu
This sentiment was in response to h
question by Governor Joseph N. Cnrey
Of YVyoming, who asked if Hovernor
Blease had not takefl an oath to up
hold the COMtltUUoa and laws of his
state, and if these laws did not nroteet
negroes H well as white men.
?I will answer that question," replied
the South Carolinian. "and I hope the
nawapapor men will get it right, for in
my cam,iaiKn in Bontb Carollna they
found that T am ? Bghter, and a coM
biooded Bghter. When the conatltfttlon
steps bet#eea me and the defenoe ot I
the virtue of the white women of my
stiite. I will resipn my eommisslon an'l
tear It np and throw it to the hreeze*.
I have heretofore said: "J\> beU with j
When women. soine at them wives
and daughters of governors, left the
hall. on hearing this. Governor BleaM
Governor Albcrt W. Gii hrist of
Floridn. who answrred Qovaraef
Riease, deelared. "the flrst thine that
Indlcatea a manly man or a womanly
woman is thougbtful (Mwtderatloa 'or
Mob Worte Than Murdar.
Governor John I\ Shafroth of Ceio
rado referred to the lyneh Inw doelrlMb
Ona moh ean <1o more in.lu^ to ?ooi<t\
than twanty murdera, becauei a lynchtng!
permeatea tl.f ? ntlr^ conununtiy and pra
ducea anar< <?? The influence of mob rul*
li ino.Ht repfehenslbk When law? ?r?* I
made it should i>?- the duty of a Ooeernoi
to tnforce them. whettaer he approvei
th*m or not Wlxn the law i reecrlbM |
hanKinu for an nffence, and a man Is
found guilty, he ?hould ba hung, whethei
white or hlaek. and ttere 1- DO eJKUM
for mob law.
I coneetve lt to 1>?* nur duty a* Qoi ? |
ernor? to deelaro for lan and ordei
Pnpor* read bj QoVernOfl Tasker I..
Oddle of N'evada and ,lam<-s H. Ilawley
Of Fdaho on unlformity in lawi govern
ing dtvoree w ere under conalderatlofi
when Governor Bleaae si*>k'-. Me de
fended the poattlon of Booth "'aroiina,
whore no dlvon? il permlttrd for ;mv
<-aus<\ and reverted Bgatn to his pnrdoH ,
record, boaatlng thal he had pardomd
and paroled more n^Kroes than all other
governors of his state eombined Bjnce
Annoim ing lhat there had not been i
a lynehing In North Carollna for six |
\ears, Governor W. W. Kit< hln of that
.state said the sentiment for standlng
by the laws daily pained in strength.
l|r> helieved thefO should be COOVlcttOIW
in nearly every <ase when there was a
Governor Mann of Vlrglnia deelared
he would eall out every efladter in the
state, if neoeeaary, to proteet a man
under arrest and glve htm a fnit trinl.
Dix in the Chair.
Governor I>ix of New Vork presided
nt the conferen'r, whieh began the
day'a session wlth a diseusaion of the
ineome tax question. tJovrnor F. K.
M<-Govern of Wis'onsin deelared the
WiaCOnatn ineome tax had sin-eeeded as
strikingly as the old personal proparty
tax had failed in compelllng persons of
means to pay their Just *hare to the
?upport Of the state go\ernment. It
had succeeded, hn sald, becauso of the
Wlsconsin rommlssion and the Wis
(Tinsln law. Hc attrlhuted falluro of tha
plan in other commonwcalths to lax
The Wtaoooatn law, a(cording to (Jov
araoff McOovami >s ??? drawn aa to pre
vent posltlvely all efforts at evaalon
either by COTPOfattOM or itidividuals.
He said a well known Wlteonafa law ver
ipent two BMntna in an attenpt t<> nnd
some loopiiole in the statule that would
j.ermit of evaaion, and then admitted
that the law was 'alttlKht."
Kx-Hovcrnor Augustus K. Wlllson. of
Kentocky erltielaei the prefMaed in
,nmo tax ameiidment to tlie federal
Coiistitution as an eneroaehment on
state's -Ights and a positlvf impalr
ment of the eitaltty of tha aereral
states. At the HUM tlnie, he had noth
ing but ooinmendation'for th?' state in
coaat tax, whieh, he deelared, "is the
hest, fatreet and oldest of all taxes, if
.olleited for home use in the localily
where other contrlbutors live an<l know
sornethlng Of carh other'.s I ireum
Would Cut State Rsvenuas.
||r Willson decliiitil that tlu- ratlrt
catlon of the ineome t.ix amendtnent
to the federal Coiistitution would
"hinder, if not exelude, all state gov
ernments from raising any revt-nues by
lneom^ tax, and add to the federal gov
trament' Uata? poirar this new and
vast revenue productBg tax. whieh is
now an unquestioiiable right of tha
statts." He added:
I sre no dlfflculty Bl staitinB another
(uulinurd on ???< ocd y?*e. ?'*??? coluinn.
Dominion Contributes $35,
000,000 for 3 Battleships.
and Will Have a Voice
in Foreign Affairs.
BORDEN EXPLAINS SCHEME
Dwcils on Burden Imposed on
Mother Country by Aggres
sive Naval Policy of
tMtawa. Dec. ,V ? Canada proposes to
add threc of the most powrrful battle?
ships afloat. at a COtt of $35,000,000, to
the naval flafenoe of the Hritish Em
Th. ?e r<Mtll an t" h" 1'iillt in Great
Brltsdn, and ?rfll form part of the Mrit
iab flert, but they can be recalled to
form tart of a Canadian navy should
?u< h ? itop be neceinary.
Tlus polk y was announced late to
day in the Hnuse of Comn.ona by Pre
mier RobOTl L Borden In a long and
mrefully prepared address. in whlch
he t-viewerl the status of naval affairs
in th? worhl and toM <-f tha hurd. n
arhtOn had iieen thrown on the mother
rountry by th^ anKiessUe naral policy
o| (krma ij In porth uiar.
<;i<!it publk Intortfl baa bo< " dla?
playet In tht queatlon, and the fcnoni*
edge tha: tl.e anm.un. em.-nt <.' C.in
a?i.i'? policy ?as to i>e made lo-day
eauaad tl i Booi and goJlertei to he
CTOWdtd with membeis and IBOeUtOf.
TI.e Ddn of ConiiauKht. <;<>vernnr On
tral of U.f Dominion, was pr> m nt.
Prenler Borden, In oponlng bli
epeach darell upon the growtb of Can?
:uin and other ovemaa dotntnlotis" of
Oreat Brit.im an.l with it the incr.-as
ing Mad of pr.it>' llOtl. TbOTi had now
coum np. be aald, th<- problem of eom
l . ...,,p. t-ailon with iutonomy,
and II eaenvad eaaautlal that thare
ihouM be Hiwh co-oporatloa In dofonce
;,nd trade as will kh?' to tlo- whole
mplrc nn effeeitre organlaatloa in
? :.?-( m.itieia of \ital eom-ern. Here
th? Premitr snnounced thst with the
ntw order of thmga Canada would have
s voice in foreign affairs, adding:
"When Great Bntain no longer as
?umet ?oie reapontibility for defence
upon the high aest, she can no longer
undertako to niume tole respontibilit)
for the tole control of foreign policy."
He quoted a lonK n&eraorandum pro
pared for the Conodian goreri ment b\
th Brlttah Adntlrmlty. H rovlowed the
i gTOWth of tlie naval f<>r> 00, OtpO*
. i.i!i\ tbooe of Gennany. II atated thal
in the vprtns of i*if> Qraal Brital i
vould have in home aratan twenty-fhra
Dreadnottfhta, two Lord NcJaona and
sli battle erataera; OMinany, aaranteaii
l-r? .oliiopghta and itl battle cruiscrx.
To-da) Oraal Brltaln has olfhtoen
Dreadnottfhta agalnal nlnateen poa
".??--.o.i b> the other natloni of Eorope.
In isin the conipaiatlve itretifth will
lio twenty-four to torenty-ono; In 1914.
thirty-one tO Ihlrty-foUT, and in Itlk,
thlrt) -flve to Bftj -one.
Promotes Canadisn Secunty.
"Larger marglns of auportotity at
home," the memorandum statea,
"would reatore a greater freedom to the
movements of Prltiah aquadronrt in
OVary aea and dlrertly promote. the s?
ciirlty of the ootnlnioiiH. Anythlug
erhleh InCTOMOd OfJF margln In the new
est shlp.x diminlalies the atrain and aug
menta our security and our chance of
heing left unmoleated."
Premier Morden r?<)inted to the dls
astroua effect on ('anada and the em?
pire whlch would result from the defeat
Of the Hritiah nav y.
"Twelve yeara aa:o th*? Pritlsh navy
and flag were predomlnant on every
OCaan of the world,'' he aald. "To-day
they are predominant nowhere except
In the North Hea." The duty of pre
sei-vlnn safety at home had led to ? all
ing bnck ahipa frura dlstant atatlons,
he declared, and this in aplte of greatly
increased expenditurca for natioiial de?
Pratxder Borden dedarad that none
of the Drcadnoughts would be bullt in
canada, be.auae tlie country ?an not
pr<pnred to build such shlpa. but he
aiMiounced that UM Admlralty waa pre?
pared to glvc ordera, in Ust early fut
ure for tha construction in Canada of
.*mall cruiscrs and auxiliary craft. In
eonnectlon with the development of
shipbuilding. he aaid, he would not be
surpriscd to ace the estahlishment of
i higher etaaa Of cnglneering; w.irk.
whlch wejold prodoca artklaa now ini
ported into Canada.
kfr. Bordan announced that he bad
hecn assured by bia majesty's govein
matlt that it would erakOOM the pres
ciu e ip Loodon Of a Canadian mlniater,
and that such minister would be regu
larly aumm >ned to ;*ll tneetlnga of the
Committee of bnpartal Defence. and
would be regarded as (MM of its per
manent meuihera. Ka hapartant atep
in for*ta*n poiie>-. he aatd, araejld be
undertaken aithOOt coiifultatlon with
Canada'e rtpraai ntatlra.
The Freiiii' i dcelared that upon tlio
Infonr.ation which he had disdoaed to
the Houae the aituatlon was. in hla
nplnton, sufhciently grave to demand
Immediatc .o tion. The debate on the
propeaalr, on motion, waa aet to begin
GREAT BEAR SPRING WATER
f.oe. r,er rape of 6 glaso-stopptrtJ boules.
TRIBUTES TO CANADA
IN LONDON'S PAPERS
Dominion's Epoch-Making Gift Answers Those
Who Would Deprive Great Britain
of Her Naval Supremacy.
IBv r?bl? to Th?? Trlbune.l
London, Dec 6.?Canada's gift to the
Brltish navy marks an epocfa in the
history of the British Kmpire. The
newspapers without pxeoption aro en
thusiastie on the aobject this morning.
"The Btandnrd" says:
"Canada, as we expeeted. has risen
to the htight of her groat arguu.ent,
and through the mouth of her Prime
Mtntater anawera tn thnnder tonea the
ehallenge of those who aeek to deprive
the Brltish peoples of supremacy on
the seas. If the Canadlan Parliament
aeeepts, as no doubt lt will, Mr. Bor
den's propoaitlona, ara thall enter upon
a new ? ra of hope and seeurity, and
caa face the perfla of the futara with
tha confldence bom of knowiedga. it
is not an island kingdom, but a wtrld
enipire. with whl< h the adversaries or
aaaallanta <>f Britala will bnya to
"The Timee," ararmJy welcofalng
Premier Borden'a propoaal, beartlly
approves of Hie appointment ot a
Canadian Minlster ns a member of the
Impetial Defenee Commlttee, and
"Simiia: appefntmeata by the othar
domtnions would ba tqually wehomed.
for they nteaa aaore than the creatlaa
of navies or the contribution of sliips.'
?Tha Dnlly Telegraph" aaye: "Mf,
Borden has takea ? bold atep, ? id ?
Umai and bellera that hli conrageoui
and honest arorda will ba re-eehoed
eaet .,!,.i \\f?vt wherever thera is a aet
tlement of men of Brltlab hlood The
Scent from Pipe That Struck
Woman Down Leads Them
SHERIFF SCATTERS CROWD
Prison Strongly Guarded ?
Bail Accepted for Cap
tive Aftcr Inves
tiv TXraph to'Th* Tril.un* !
Trenton, tt. -i. Dac. I. Tahmg the
?eent from a hlood atafned placa of lead
plpa fiom naar tha acene of the ertme.
BebxJan wolt <loKs led pollce and a
throag of eiti7ens this evening to Alcx
?nder Johnaon, a negro hod cnrrler. and
he wns phaced under arrest in conneo
u,,11 with tha nmrderoui aaaault on
Mi<s I.uella Marshall, On the Penning
,,,? roa i, Tucaday nlght The dogi
tnok tha acent ai tho pla< a of the ?t
,.., k on the gtrl. Then orar the coon*
trj roada and throogb the farm fieids
? they trackcd thadr way to a house on*
der conetructlon, upon artrfch Johnaon
The actlon Of the dojrs, tuRether with
preekma tofprmatloa gathered by the
pottce. led t<? the arreat of the negro.
The authorities are, cartful to pay.
however, that they have no eonclaatve
evtdenea aghlnet Johneoa, and they
i?t.>r releeeed him In balL They hope
for the return to rons.iousness of Miss
Marshall. n'id that atM Wll be able to
identiiy her assailant. BhB ren.ains In
a eomatoaa atate The doetara aay they
tbtnh that now she will r?eover. as the
preeeore on hrr ,,ialu wmm t0 l'e
Together adth the nagro, James
l.eigh. a whlt' carpenttr, waa taken
mto cuatody. He was held for a tlma
b\ th<- pollce and then rel. ased under
BUbpoma. He la wanted a* ft nattarlal
nitneaa. The earpaatat ajarhad <m the
MRM blllldlng with the negro hod l ar
rier. and ahout him. also, tha wolf dogs
acted strangely. I,elKh BJ reported to
hive offered Johnaon waaey to get out
of the eity. but this Lelfh denies.
Accused of Pesping.
lt developed after the arresl that
Johnaon had been the BUhJact of acon
ferenee betwecn the ecmty authoriti.-s
and Mrs. Mahel AnoVrson and Mrs.
Maud Rondy, bisters of Miss Hareball.
on s<veral ceeastons. it is reported,
Miss Mar.-hall told her sisters of a
Bjtfra who attempt^d to flirt with her.
Johnaon worked upon a house adjoln
Ing tho Marshall lioinestead. and when
bc B/ottM leave al "'ght. <t is said, be
1 o.dd pass by a side window of the
Marshall house and peep In. Miss
Marshall told her sisters that whea Bhe
u.ni npalalra she ai\\a\s looked the
doors for fear the negro would foree
hli uay Into the house. tfeveral weeks
Hgo Miss Marshall loeked herself out of
tl?. house. and on-this oecasion the
BjaglO was asked tO make his way
through a seeond story window to op?^n
the door for her.
A eiowd of aavaral bondred indbjnont
( itizens followed the dogs when they
started on the trail this afternoon. The
Indlgnation llnally beeaine so pro
BOOneed that Proaeeutor Crossley and
thf. Sherlff felt it would be better to
k(.r|, thnerowd at a distame for fear of
vlolenee in the event of the dogs mak
inj; a dbjplaf toward any one indi
The putflk mind is inflaine'I as the
t cit.pire oannot be saved, If theta be a
conflaRration, by hand greuades. Tt
niuat be organized for war. In tlie
cmergcncy which has arisen the motto
of a free emplre must be 'One throne
and one tlect.' Canada has spoken.
What mponao shall are in the mother*
land make to lier uniciue and inagnlfl
cent tribute to the iileals of peace and
fraodom, to whlch all British peopk
overacas are daily paying their trib
utes of davotad scrvice?"
"The Morning Post," exprcssing pro
I found Kiatitude to Canada for her
j magnifl. ent evidence of loyalty and
| faitfi In the empirc, sa\s: "If the
ractprocity agreement with the United
State- had been i arried out this great
contrlhution would never have been
"The Daily Maii" say?: "W? have
here the BlSt gcrm of that imperial
union whlch is the dream and desire
of our race."
"The Daily Neus." rcpresenting the
"Llttle Navy" partv. alone indulges in
severe crlticiam. It douhts whetlnr
the urgency is BO extreme and fears
that the polithal eonsequences will be
very grave. It says: "Cnless there is
;i correepoadiag raductton In the p,rit
,.?h programme of naval construetion
Icanada'e Kift arlll get t.j be a burden
j for tha maintename of the Canadian
The paper asks boar the ncw devel
opntant is to he rceon-iled with tlie
, pieM-rvation of imperial control over
| foreign policy. AltOfOthar it thlnks it
4 ii most hazardous step.
' details of Tueaday niprht's aaaault are
? iiiK made known, and the poUca au
thoritlea are taking the greatest pra
j< autiops about safeguarding all per.?ona
When Johnaon was arrested it was
found that part of hia clothing had re
cently been torn and tha ranta aaared
up. Tiiere were no marks of blo? d.
bowever. He told a sttaight story of
his inovcmenLs, and after the police
had partly lnvestlgated his movements
thay released hini under bail. To-mor
row the police will again put the dogs
on the acent.
PARIS SHORT^OF WHEAT
Supply Kept Is Only 2 or 3 Days
Ahead of Needs.
Paria, Dec. .". m. Qalll, PraaManl of
tlie City Coumll. < alled on M. Mille
rand, Minlster of War, thia aftcrnoon
nn.l iir*;o<] that the government take
?tapa to inaure tha elllcacy of the laW
of lflgg provlding for the prop. r pFO
vlsinning Of Paris with wheat m 0000
of war. If. Qalll aHimad that if war
were doclareu to-morrow Paris would
he without hread in three or fonr days.
Thia. ho said. was due to tlie fact
that aii tha rattraada laadlng ta PaHa
wouid ba uaad for 'he moMUaatloa of
the trOOpO, and no merchandise or food
could he broughl to the asatropolta
womanTlTry convicts her
First Cookcd a Meal Before Ar
riving at Verdict.
Twin l'alls, Idaho. Dec. .V ?The first
Jury of women Ia Idaho found one of
their own tvx guilty of threatenine; a
maii with a revolver, but rc.?oinmended
her to the mercy of the COtUrt
ihe defendaat, Mrs. Bdward Rutta.
was <m trlal >?esterday in the Probata
ourt, chargad with draaring a areapoo
on Artbur Reqaa. The heartog was
adjoornad erhlle the hjrora prcpared
ih<> nldday n.eal for their farnilies, and
wlvn the evideiicc was in they roached
tln ir verdict Ia lcs? tlu.n one bour.
SMASH WOMEN'S WINDOWS
Scottish Students Pay Suffra
gettes in Their Own Coin.
OlaagPWi Dac I.?Hundrada of or?
fanlaad students ofGlaagon Uniraratty
to-day attaefcad the head.juarters of th"
Women's Social and Polithal [fnlon
and completely wreeked the ofBceO.
The attack was the outcome of suf
fragette totarfnptaan* durtng the |n>
atallattoai of AagvatJna Birreii, Chlef
Baeratary for ireiand, as Lord Baetor
of Qlaagoar Cniversity.
Wlld Bcanaa foJIoarad the arracktng
nperations. finally culininating in a riot
whlch wa* subdued only by baton
ehargai by the police. After amaahlng
In the front windowa of the won.en's
hendquarters with stonee, the students
rnshed In, dlsregarding the criea of
"Coararda!* from the three women left
in Charge of the place. They demol
i?hed the inlerlor and deotroyed ev.-ry
thinR they e.iutd lay their hands on.
one student, aoltrng ? enffragh ban
ner. n arched OOt thrOOgh the ?reeked
tronl of the huiidings, laadlng a boarl*
in* nioh to ineet the attack of a bat
talton of police. A lively batile ei.su. ,|,
and flnalty the pottee draai their batoaa
and chargad. Thay arrested ? student,
i>i:t bte eeenradea Ininudlataly fell apoai
tbe poHca tn an affart to reacue hlau.
The fisht arae aaged up and doaro the
streata, but the best tha poHca eould
do wai to hoi.i their prieoner and capt
iir. ona of th.- raacalng party. i^ater
tun ..ther studenta were taken into
euatody, bnl all were llharatad on bail.
The installation ceremoiiie.s at the
anlveraity arere doly carrled oat, i.ut
t? n women were cjected during their
?Decidedly lively and wltty. 8ure to
i.M.ve ii. IlKhtful." savs the Kve. World of
? nasTf' at the Little Theatre.?Advl.
Make Desperate Efforts to
Wrench Bag Containing $2,000
in Diamonds from Wrist
of Broker's Wife.
HID IN MORNINGSIDE PARK
One Member of Gang, Twelve
Years Old, Captured, Says
They Attacked Others in
ried a Flashlight.
Ernulating the most brazen of .h*
"gunmen" in the boldncss of the.r
methods, two smnll boys last ntght
I held up a woman at 114th street and
| Morningside Urive. and made repeat 1
I and desperate efforts to wreneh a hand
: bag containing diamonds valuedatl*.
[000 and other Jewclery from her hanJ.
They were flnally frightencd off by
| the sereams of their intended viclim.
The little highwaymen were ehascd
into Morningside Park by the husbanl
of the woman and one of them ajai
captured. When taken to the Weat
I26th street station the boy said he and
other boys of his uwn age had tried to
hold up several women on Rnerside
Drive earller in the night.
Mrs. J. H. OtnOy. wlfe of a Wall stre?t
broker, who llves in tiie Cathedral
Court Apartments, at 114th street and
i Morningside Drive, appeared as tha
eomp'ainant against the boy, who gav
Ihis name as OttO Fruh. twelve yca. I
|old. of No. 201 Eaet 114th street. U ??
said she had Jnst left her DOBM an-l
was on her waf to meet her husban J
on his return from hl? offiee, when two
small boys appeared at the street <n
tranee to the park and glaneed up an I
down the Drive.
Before she oouU dhrine their inten
tion, the boys dashed up to her and
one of them made a grah for the hand
hag, the eurds of vhieh were wrappe I
about her. right wrist. The boy befgM
to tug at the bag, almost pulling Mr-.
Olney off her fe. t. She was so strlcken
with surprise by the boldncss and sud
denness of the attaek that she did not
thlnk to make an outery at flrst.
Little Robbers Scared Away.
Yli. D'he was deserted at the tinn?.
and this epparently made the boys
beJder. The bargar of tha baya then
grabbed bold o< the bandbeg and start
rd to twiet it from Mrs. olneys hainl,
nhile the other little hlghwayman 000
tiooed his afferta About this time
Ifra. (Hney found her volce and start?-d
to acreara. Betng unable to wrest the
handbag from her the boys seampered
baek to the park wall and disappeared
among the bushes.
Whlle Mrs. Ulney was trying to re
ro\ ar her composure, her husband can.e
mnnlng up the Drive. having heard her
Bcrenma, Mrs. Olney told him of h<r
. spertencOi and said the baya had
btdden Ihrmaahraa In the bushes near
Mr. ' il.icv then ran into the park and,
after beattng about th<? bushes for i
fe>v nunutes, found the Kruh boy snug
glmg elose to the ground. He was
dragged out by the heels and taken by
Mr. Olney to the baltway of the apart
ment house. Word was then eent to
the West 125th street poltce station,
nnd Detectlves Traynor, Flynn and
Riverside Drive Their Field.
Aeeording to the poliee, the boy ad
mttted his part of the hold-up and aatd
that two other boys and he made four
?eparate attempts to grab pocket
bOOkg from women on Riverside Dri\ \
but did not roooaad in getting any
profits out of these ventures. They
then doeaded to roam in other flelds
and adjourned to Morningside Park
and lay m wait behlnd a cluaa U
Fruh proudly exhlbited a poeket
flashlight and Baid he had used lt to
llash ea women's poeketbooks to aa ie
determine if the plunder wai worth
stealing. When Mra. Olney atepped
out of the apartment house on Morn?
ingside Drive. richly dressed and witn
the handhag awtaaghag at her side, na
and his "pals" thought it time to "puil
off the triek."
The llttlo highwa>man proved true
to the prineiples of his klnd and
sternly refused to "squeal" on his con
federates. The poliee learned enougn
from him, however, to warrant them
in feeling eonfldent that they would
arrest the other boya before mornfng.
Fruh was taken to the Chlldren ? So
etaty, eharged with Juvenile delia
queney. Mrs. Olney promised the poliee
to appear in court against the boj.
BROTHERSJO WED SISTERS
Two Pairs of First Oousins Will
Marry Same Day.
Within the next few daya there will
be a double wedding at No. VI Samp
fon street, Jainai? a. when Jacob Sec
man marries Elaie Relch and hl?
brothr-r Jullus weds Meta Reloh. Tha
Seemans and the Relcha live in a two
famlly house in Jamaica, and they ara
flrst couslns. Yesterday the four vis
ited the offlce of the marrlage licenaa
elerk in LoBg Island City and took out
licenses to wed.
Meyer Seeman. father of the two
prospeetive bridegr?x>ms, and Mrs. Ma
tllda Reieh. mother of the two young
women, are brother and sister.