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Ti?-da.?. rnin; lo morrov..
fair nnd rolder.
\i:\V-YOliK. FR1DAY. PECEMBCT 27, 1012.-1i> PACJjjg.
I llll K O.Mj UJltWl KISKWHERE TWO CKXTfl.
IN RUSH TO
STAVE OFF EXPOSE
Heaclquarters Wiscacres Hear
Oepartment Will Make Fox an
Example of "Self-Purifi
catiorT of Force.
HASTE CAUSES COMMENT
Dillon Snbpcenas Five Persons
for Trial Monday to Teli About
Protection"' Money ?
Hopes to Get Ahead
\\;ii additional lnformatlon >>f police
graft om \ l< c ind ili> aovial evil plltnf
?p m the han.is of Dlitricl Attorney
whitman. Pollci Cwnmlnione. Waldo
:i to hurry ihings along yeiterdl)
wiih regard i" Eugene Fox. the patrol*
n > iptaln Walih'i diatrlct i\iu>
hfta been MTOOted OB thl ehargei of
tt*orge A. ilpp thnt h>- irai I R'?f'
To tbooe who have followed tha
Coaunlnloner'i ilow and d mnfied pro
redun in the Becker ei n and ln con
aeetlon with aii the graft accueatiom
??, hls prepent aetlvlty In ihe Fo*
. ase is causlng ltiu.h comment. 1' I
g whispejvd around that the ln
On ls to havu the Police Dopart
ment Itielf net the evidence on Foi
'and him, so that il can then be
pointod to as an example of ' ?elf?P
Fourth Daputy Commliaioner Dillon
- ,i>l>oenae(j Oeergl A. ^ifi*. hli bro
?her, Harold Blpp, Thomas .1. Dorlan,
. >'ernan and Charlei William
\. riF yesterday, an.i it was announced
ihat Fox'.-, ma! hari been *<m f.,r n< Kt
Moaday. Tln Bippa and Dorlaa -an
the a. tual paymenti of
,,.;,? aaont > to Foi and M -
? man and Arni ran testify ?
. cond*tioni which war* allowi I
contiaul in Walah'i preclacl ia ip ?
? th*- proteiti madi bs aiaaj i
til nti thei ? .
Fox'i l'Oli' e court arralfnmt nl ? 1
ba before next Thursday. aml
itiiig his police trial for Monda' ln*
tei thal Commissioner Waldo cx
tbe edgi off nctkm from
Dtgtrt I Attornej 'i otWet b; i ml -
I tt,. | - f Um ICCttMd pnlHeinan
tbe r< gular police trial. lt ls the
i.ian of the police to Mbpcnli thi rec*
v ff ihe 1_th Ward Bank a. parl of
?he eorroboratlon of Slpp'i itoi of
tt paid to Foi
Grill for Polica Officials.
The accuMd patrolman was turn*
moned to the offl.e of Chlef Inspt
.^rhmittherger jreaterday morninf, M
nt tho police formula of relnstating
m while rharges wen lodfed lialnil
htm could be oomplied with. and then
he waa suypended agair and toM U
rt fr>r trial on Monday.
Meanwhile Mr. Whitman wa* leara*
ing through Mrs. Mary Goode and two
oth? women of the oame Krar>t pro
,n whom she had pereuaded to
_ ihat two police officera who aerved
darinc the r*glme of former Inspector
eMtll G. Tlayes had heen the prod
*,.op?frs of "M.'inny" Maas and "Sol"
Wolf as tMMral Mraata for the "s\s
um" 1n its relation.s with vlce and the
1 e*. II. These two polhe oftVers
will ta etimmoned hefore the extraor
iry grand jury aa *onn as lt OOD*
- a'ter th? New Year- at least,
ihe- Wlll have the chance to ex
ptaln the accusations against them.
Ii la hoped to g^t fr>m them the
inrnea cf the men to whom they
< r.Mtinurrl aa flfth pare, aernnd ?*>!iimn.
This Morning's Xews
I , . Triea to iiend Ott WhltBMUi- 1
Kdwarda Wrlu-s of Plans for 1!U3- 1
i. R. KVene 111; Valel a Puicide. 1
Oaa. Myetery at Hotel. a
Terrlalta Facei Btorm. a
Blffct Caught In Btalled Llfl. 3
? htt?c Nol te Wed. 3
QariMnt Workera Igaori Peeei t.i- 3
Daadly Fa_nilj Flgbt at Xmai Dinner. 5
iargaaal O'Grady on Trial. 6
Aetlaa Trged at I*ier Hearing. 8
Eenttabla'a Plans Kilt'd. 8
Poatmaatari Ready for Paroala Post... 8
Bcbool Board Dlaailaiii Teacher.1
??r T'astor for Rrooklyn. I
Laa a Parody, Baye Court.ll
ITomaa Foaad r>ea<i in Baow.18
OM rort Horn Doomed.lf
Itaaa fof Wllaaa Triatiguration . 9
Boveraor Wllaaa impro^e.-. l
I>> namita Cases Go to Jury. 1
Hlghwayman in Women'l Oarl. 3
Qulta, Bcandal Rumered. 3
Praaldaat Taft Leaves Panama. -
IVhai Standard for Railway Hot \ Ice.. 6
'??> Qtvao Raetpe fta Tautlj. 8
Puffiagists to Hike to Waahlngt-.n. .7
Kducator ^'arns American Boys.7
' dustry Growing.13
Kellogga Baed a? ? Trael.13
..ns Year for Alaska.15
Tarkey Btlll Deflant. 4
V. 8. influance Wants ln Chins. *
Mar.sbuts A?Krancllzcment I'lan. -
Lnvland Ravaged try BtOTM. *
N>ws for Waaat ?.
Fxiltortal . . 8
Army and Navy.1J
Vlnan.isl snd Markets. . ..13, 13 aad M
H-al Eatate.14 aml 10
A CLEANER NEW YORK
Motor Trucks and Machinc Sweeping Basis
of Commissoner's Hopes, Hc Says in
Special Article for The Tribune.
,_ _ _J
?.. for 1913 is .. . I< a n
William H. Edwards. Commissioner of the Street Cleaning Department.
in a special articlc for The Tribune tcl'.s th;s morning just whal the citizens
, ol" this city may expect nc:-:t year in the way ot" improvemer.ts ifl street
? cleaning. handling of ashes and garbage and the changCfl he hopes to make
i to increase the effkiency of his department.
This is ihe first of 8 series of highly intcrcsting and instru.uve artiJes
written eapecially for The Tribune by the heads of the various city dtpart
Dr. Ernst J. Lederle will tell what the Department of He.ilth piana to
do to lower the city's death rarV. and thus make this one of the healthiest
places on the globe, despite its changeable chmate.
Joseph Johnson, jr? head of the Fire Department. gives BOirJC interesting
! ar.d surprising figures on the number of incendnry lires and what they cost
the insurance companies. He makes comparisons with foreign dttflfl and
then tells what he plans to do lo prevent as well as to fight fiics.
The important watetfront problem will be discussed hy Calvin Tomkins.
Commissioner of Docks and Ferries. This article v*ill appeal to every one
whe is inter?sted in whether New Vork is gomg to continue to be the largest
port on this continent and to grow to still larger pmportions. or whether
some other city will step in and attract the commercial interests beeause we
won't build piers long enough to accommodate the steamships.
An article by Dr. William H. Maxwell. head of ihe great school system,
will be one of ihe series. His long experience lends additional interest to
anything he writes on schools. and he I )U.:hes on some vital questions in his
article for The Tribune
Charles B. Stover, Commissioner ol Parks for the Boroughs of Man?
hattan and Richmond, says the most important work his department plans
for 1913 is "the laying ol modern roadways in Central and Riverside parks."
Though he considers this the most important. Commissio:;er Stover discusses
some other improvements whieh he believes almost as urgent and hopes to
carry out in the new year.
All the articles are timely. and readers nf The Tribune will find much
valuable information in them.
By William H. Edwarda.
Thfl i'i>mmlssioii?i of Btraet Clflflnlag
ln 1918 hopes to he able to make ptOtr
less ln methods of clean?lner nnd ln tho
collection aarvtcfl by adoptlng bnprovad
methods to whlch conalderaMe ntten
tion hns 1 011 gaTflfl lfl the Iflfll tWO 09*
three yflfli* We hav- tflfltfld motor
trucka to roplflcfl tha aingle earte, and
bave fa>und enough, a*e belleve, to ao*
Bure us that a Bubatltutlon of flve ton
trucka for onfl-lon .arts, with motora
mstrad of boreee, will mflan a con
Bklerable aavrng, aa II baa been aho-arn
la um rough tt-st auule thal we can
load flve tons of materlal ln aboul the
time it takea to load two tona now
wlth four iik r. Inatead of aix, and tbe
time h.st in going to tho dumpa with
tht loa.i and ratuiulng llghl '- r tducfld
fi.un 42 pflf <-,"t "f ',"' worklng da to
1S per cent. I beeltate to aay exactly
what this means lu n-ione*. bi i auaa tha
fln~urea aa |areaented appear almool too
,.i to ba tnio. but thal there will ba
a ca?elderahi> ainounl aaved there i
Pofllrtefl tho economy thla meani
that the work will be don.- ln ahorter
tlm'". 80 that lha pr.-s.-ti-?? of the '"'.
lectlng \?iu Ls flflll n-.t be aa contlnu
oufl as at praaent. II la -Jropoeed to
.oiir-.-t the dlffflrenl waatea In ona
vehlcle, bul aapflrmted, aa ara varloi b
laasca ol coal tiwnirported, and thla
ni'.-iins bul ono tru- Inatead of two, as
at ta?ent W? b*ve tried and found
,,1-aiti.ai covaira tot the vflhlclea made
of wood and .anva\ vvhi-li will nol
only Ofl away with the nnalghtltneafl of
thfl kaadj of wastea. but Will fllao i-r
vent ihe BgaWfldlBg of the nah du?t by
the wlnd. whieh ts to-di.y thfl aourcc flf
bo mu'h dtacomfort Although tha
i udgeCary eoflamlltfla of the Board of
Eatlmate cu.1 oul the ?pproprlatlon
aaked fot for theae cawflre ln tho badgi1
rm 1918 i ffl< I thal 9tmni tha matti r la
particularly drawn to the attention of
Ihe appropriatintr offleials, and when
they learn that the Departrnnit of
Health ha? found it nacaa? ry t.. order
m n eovflra for flll vc-hki-*-' engaged ln
p .... removal. and lhal BO strong a
I sentiment extltl |r> ;i]| clvlc bodlei In
Ifavor of the uae of an h covare, thay
'win see their waj olear lo furalah tho
funds MCeeaary to make tlns iinprove
j nn nt.
\v< hnve been teatlni of lati mnchlm
I methoda of iweepfns a ilch wlll not
| only make it poaalble to i over larger
areas m n ti"'n time, bul 10 d<? Ihe
work thoroufhly ami wlthoui th** con*
?equenl duat nulaance, :.i)>i i feel cer*
taiu thal in thi year 1013 wi wlll be
able t" lyatematisa this work ao aa
t.i remove the tine ii'ist nulaance whlcb
is auch a menace i" tha Bner imm
branei of tha human body, and to ia
poaed fooda and testllea. i .i>. not
antlcipata thal thli means a reduc?
tion ri the force of iweepera, bul i am
certaln that it wlll mean clean itroeti
and thi protection of the bealtb and
c.nnfort of th- pedeatrtaaa an.i th>>-?e
i'\injj in Mctioni where now II is iin
I poa-dblo t.i thoroughly remove thi
< in the Iil of Januar] i propooe to
,? ? il] .' bureau ?hlch en Improved
I ayitem ?'f reporti and a propei method
. of record nin permll the Commiaetoaer
to bl at all ttmei in 1011, h with the
detalla of Ihe wort "f thi departmenl
, and ai.i him from thai t" time t" laka
? steps to impro\e the eflicj. n> > Of the
aervlce In every partlcular. Beyond
thla, thla bureau aill he ..f coaatder*
able benefll ln thal II can furntah re
illable .st.iii4i ci i" thooi Intereat od ln
this wort, both "; thli ' ic ini.i otbera,
?o thai Intelligenl dia uaaion m.i> )>?
r.f Improved operation I bave
i, .mi taking up ih>- m.tti. r of tht pueh*
.,.rt DUiienci with Ihe committee ap*
potated by hli honoi Ihe Mayor and
the Board of Aldermon, and i in.pe
' m ,,., tbeir ' . thai Uiti trafllc
! m i,j, h - rreatly Interfered wtth
'.j,, wort of cleanlng the itreeti ma.
)., i, u-ni.r.. .1 ..."! k ,t aIthln proper
' Umltatiom for tha benetlt uf thi u>.rk
of ihi departmenl ind thi traftlt m
I expeel io Inatall al oaei In Ibe con*
jr^nte.i tomment dlatricta >>f th?- lower
aad upper tmat Bide ? *aiK rateni
,, | , |.ui. al ' Lfht, .'hi' h, I h'.p.-,
luDlirurtl un ?rr.iiw' |io-;r, niilli rolumn.
BUT STAYS IN BED
iPresident-Elect Probably Will
Make Old Home Celebration
Trip To-day ?Breaks
Attaek of Grip.
TAKES UP CURRENCY LAW
Propped Up with Pillows. He
Discusso3 Reform with Ex
perts-Conference on Corpo?
ration Act Postponed
Bi ralegi Tni-.. - '
I't iu. .-tiiii, ti. ?'. Dac. 21 Prealdent*
elecl Wllaori althougb much Improved
(.--.I,.-, remained in hia roami under the
ordi ra of i>r. .) m. i' -t n-.- ban. bla
an, a ho alao l< ; * mst t ucl k>na
tl,,. n,i one a ta to ba admltted to th"
alckroom excepttmembera of tha famil*
\ * gle exceptlon * n *.. *? oi
of Ri preaentativi Cartei - ? of \ Ir*
gtnta, chairman of tha aub-commlttee
.- Banking an.l ('urra n. -., and ll. Par?
ker Wllll i, -i New Torh < urrem . ex*
),, 11. n ho had ati appointment a ith
.\\ llaon .. i Tn nton. Thoafl
-.. i, the onl i" ld< of meiii
bera of the family, who aau tha Pn Bi
dei i-? lei i. and tbey trei
l -gislation ?-. a111 him aa hi --.' propped
. ,i ,M| ol r ap| ilntmenta for
Dr. i t.-han - ild lo
'?., i;,.\, i ii,,i w llaon aould b
able t.. it Ip lo Sta into ? a a.,
? > ;..\ct nor W llaon la iboul i.ini^i-:i
again lo-night," Dr i !ai noi han aald
"Hia ? onditlon ia not mai. and wi ? ?*
|.?-. i th.it he mili ba able to tn
?t Ip to Btaunton."
tpld ? aa i -? tor ~i lon'a lm*
.... . ment lo*da: thal Di * 'arnoi ban
. oi ?-? ? ? '? io tho W llaon
, He v 111 . all - n the Prai ?
. . ? ? ? morning. 1
CVilani le evi ntng Mra W I
of tho pta
-... inipoofllblfl to aei
the pre eloct Bha aald I
bad remalned lfl bla room all d
tha pufrpooa aoervlng ta ?
? i. miKi t po to Btmunton to-mor*
roa Mra VFilflofl will flccompany the
- .- -,i
AttacU Affacti D.geit.on.
Mra "fllflon Beemad parl rti
! that the I'r.-s.ilrtit eU ' I
sha^r determlnation had ovei oma
arhal threataned to ha \x haa\ attaek
nighi '?'"? W ???"!i
... ,i "Mr. Wllflon h?d ? fever of l"1
nn-i waa really threati tu -I a Ith .i ea*
. ... ttai k of tha grlp no had bad *
cold, arhieh waa aggravaled bj bla nd
to Tr- nton in th.- autotrn bllfl. We wera
:. .., refllly fllflrmed, howovflr, ka bla
I ? or, la fflatt, bla hrotv-hiai 1 ibea
v, r.- not aifflctfld The flttav li Beetne I
to hav.- iiffi- to.i blfl dlgeatlva organa."
Mrs. W1la.ii Bflld that *he niid Ibe
,.. ? ,j, D|.,.;,, t expei t< -I to leflv? bt re
on the i" :'-" o'< loi k traln to rno n a
morning for rm."-ton Junctlon, whi ra
ti,.- traln for BtfliwUan attttM ha board
,,i QovfltflM r wiihoii wai t *.*-.? reflra old
irhan ha lefl stminion.
Tho rtefltdant flhrrt, as he sat proppad
up in b--d thia nftorno.m. tfllkfld OVer
i tutngaa ln thfl i iirri rncy lawa for more
than two noaflffl arith Baprflflfliitfltlvfl
QUflfl BBd Mr. Wllli.-. <;n%.-rtior Wilson
Ib Kroatly intflTflfltfld lfl thin BUhJOCt, and
ln hia eampfllgfli aaiBflchafl arwoi tha
adoptiOII of R curren-y nystern th.it Will
wlthataad tho rflhock of aajdalflfl panh:
and niflflt thfl ??i*?dhli d-manda of
RopreflentetiVfl r;ias? will han.lle the
currency laadalflUflti for thfl Dfliflioermtfl
U, tho Houae and tho [iapreaanUtlva'a
vlslt to th? I'tesldent-elo.-t was to fa
miHaiiaa hlmaelf **ith Oovflr?or WU
?on'a vi.-ws on the aubject Repraaant
atlve OlaflB said that i.ovcrnor Wilson
expressed his viflWfl froflly.
"He has m-.r.i ideflfl and flSpTflflflflfl
them more Inclsh ely than any man
thal I know of," lie said.,
i:..,.i.-s.-niative Olaafl Bflld thal thfljr
diaeuaaad "the sallent featur.-s of pro
,??.cd , iirr.-n. y b Klslatlon," but hn
Monl.l gtvfl no Une on what they were.
Mr. Olasa said ho expaxtad to naoat
G*_vernor wu.s.-n ?- Bt?unton an.l
a ould prohflhly oeotlnua his dtflcuaaloa
of the Buhject.
To Take Up Corporation Law.
Mr (llass waa anxioiis lo find OUt to
tl.,. trtm thfl UflWflpapar mon any gos
hi|- - .ni- . ruinj tho makeup of iJovernor
Wllaon'fl Cabtoflt Ha wflfl aflpwrtflMy
taterflfltad ln km.wing what place Mr.
Btjaa would have in thfl B*W admin
Among tbe most important api.oint
mflOtfl that t'overnor Wilson had at tho
si..t.- Houae to-day was b ooaferaMMa
wltb Chaw flUor Bdwhi R- Watkat and
ex-JUflUflfl H< nnet Van Btckfll on pro
. | hangea lfl the corporation laws
.,r Kea Iflflflfly. Tho conference **iU
takt- placfl some dflj Dflflt week.
Hov.-tnor Wilson conforn-d with the
two lawyors ahout a Wflflh BgO and
famlHariiad tb-'m aith tha changos he
,!. i,.,l in tba ? orporatii'ii laws, and
ti.\ vere t.- rapcart io him to day on
thfl feflfdbtlll) of tln-ir a< < r.nii.ll.slim- nt.
Governor WUoon beUavea that one ot'
ih- baai m?na of prr?v?ntlng monopoly
is to prohlbll ihe inrorporation of hold
uiK lompanies in NflW Jersey Any
changaa m the ooaporatlofl laws of tho
Mat*-. liii-it",. r, Blfl Nkfll) to an*.?-t th>
i ..n-.ii.j*il cn ?*ioBd p?f-. a--T?nth rolurnn.
Through Ihe suic|r|e on Chrlatmaa
t'ay nf Jamea R. Keene'a valet, Frank
Kicsier. it became known yeeterdaj
tbal Mr. Keene li lerlouily III iti his
ipertmenti at the Waldorf. while
nothing deflnite concerning ihe horee*
man'i condition could ba iearned, it ii
?ald that his heaith has been very poor
for aeveral months.
it hii i"en Mr. Ket ae i cuatt m to
?pend ih" week enda al hli country
home fi Cedarhurat, Loni laland, He
rarely mlaaed an opportunity i t m.iKitig
tha trip i' iimiiir tu hi? ? ountry ei*
tate, i"ii for th" ia st three weeks, u
arai 4.1.i.i tt.si night, he baa not lefl his
boteL This is taken to mean ihat his
condition li iuch thal the trip to Long
laland would i" haaarduua t" his life.
Miss Bertha Tulloch, abo hai bean
the flnancler- nurae for a .'eral yeara,
aald Iaal nlghl that hia "palm wen
leaa." Bhe refuaed i" aaj however
vh.it t ???-.-f palna aere "i bon they at
ttl ted the sn |, n ., :
Af the bome of i" si clair smith.
N,. .,>; Weel Mth atreet, Mr. Keene'i
i in. lt v.as said t' l i'h;. lician
arai oui An aaa iati i aald Mr.
. . condition \4.'s i ol alarmlng.
u ? n in London, ln tl ? latti i i>i"'
\ii Kt ano wai
,i troublt i. I "i a time hli lit"
v as <ie.- palrt 'i "i. but he evt
rallit 'i auflli lentl t,. rei to thli
country ln < ictober oi thal
The si.ii i.ie .,f Mr. Keene'i valel v.*1
due i" an attat k ..r chriatmai
,,, -.ttn-i."-.-. He Kii -?'! himielf ln hla
room, ??! X"- 161 Eaal 33d street, aome
i .,:. . :, < .1 latmaa nlghl tie was
found bj hli landlad) a> 8 o'clot k
mo ";t;g ls it'K on the floor
w .th hh throat cut
: had made aavt ol* to
end his llfa befoi a au ? llng for ai
l 'I'..- room there waa fo ind ?
tat knife, with whlch ha i.;"i al
<,: .? .,?.. npted to klll blmai lf. Then
t onlliiiiril on *f...nd |?it?- thir.l .??lliiiim.
MUNRO GETS LICENSE
BUT WILL WAIT A YEAR
Publishcr's Son Won't. Wed
Now. Says Father of Pros
ii. ,t . Mntif". poa of tha Iati So. -
man i- Munro, woalthy publlaher, and
. utdi l ?''' h. daughter of ?'? a
Veitch, . real aetata dealer, of Mo. 830
Manhattan avenue, art inl to Jeraesr Clty
4 automoblle yeaterday aftemoon and
., red a marriage Hceaae, Immedl
?,..|,' tftei m dolng tha two
people wenl back t" tha home of Mlaa
\.,:, i, and lold her parenta.
in givtng their pedlgreai to the Jer
.... ct;, > l.-rk Munro saul hl waa
... nine yeari oid and llved at No.
;,-, w . ,t .v.uii itreet Mlaa Veth h tak\
vhr waa ta enty-one Tho clerk told
tbem they would have to wait tw< nty*
,,:, . before they could marry.
m i i eltch poutod, and th.n iha and
young Munro returned to their auto
mobile aml whirled aw.".
Wben an attempt was made last
nlghl to find OUI furth.-r d.'tails of 'l!"
plana of th.> young peopta d was naid
ai tlM h"iii'' of Mrs. Munro thl
;iM,| her BOO had gOM tO HP'-klyn 1":
At N". 820 Manhattan avenue a tele*
phone Inquiry as t.> the faeta ln what
lOOtad IllM a ncar-elopement was an
awered by a maa who eaid ta ? i
Miss Veitt h s father and who laid hil
daiight.r and young Munro would OOt
ba ni.,!rie.i for at Maet r gaar, and
that their eagagomant had been known
to their frienda for aevaral weeks.
HIM Veitch taraetf said she and Mr.
Munro had Juat goo* and proi arad
their Mcenoi "on hnpulae."
WOMEN TIE UPR. R. SIGNALS
English Suffragettes Invent
New Form of Terrorism.
London, Dec 29.?Tha lavera of the
railway slgnals were found tled to?
gether ln a manner to prevent their
proper amrtt-g al Potter'a Har ita.
,!,,?. nn the Great Northern Raltwaf.
on fhristmas Kve. A lahel attacbed
l,v a cord lndicated that the perpetra
tors were suffragettes.
j-nrttinately no mlshup OCCUrred,
HID $90,000 IN SUITCASE
Aged Widow Leaves an Estate
of More than $500,000.
winsted, fonn.. Dee, 2<>. -in aaerch
ing the effeeta of Mrs. Kmillne. Mills,
who dled at her home here last Satur
rla\, a?ed ninety-four. a aultCMI BOO
talntng aboul 100,000 in bank blW aai
Mrs. Mills lived the life of a rocluea,
and although she wag oommonly re
puted as wealthy. she denled tho fact.
Jler will nas probated Tuesday and
the e?=tate was valued at more than
0000,000, her nle-e. Mlss Klla TlfTany,
nf Blandford, Mass. beiag one of Ita
, blef hen. li-lariea.
She was tlM widow "f l?tuiiel H.
Mills. who died a numher of vears
ago. after maklng a fortune in Wall
DEWEY'S WINES FOR NEW YEARS.
, , , ipaanea still WlneaorOrape Julce.
U t i>.'\\.-4 W S.ms Co.iis Kulton WX.m.a.
VALEXS SUICIDE REVEALS
KEENE'S GRAVE ILLNESS
Well Known Horseman Confined to His
Apartments at the Waldorf?Em?
ploye Found Dead.
> - i
lAMCfl R Kl E
p ,!iin.-nt9 at
? . dorf.
CRANK WITH EXPLOSIVE
Man Who Enters Westfield
Postoffice with Quantity of
Jameatown, S. Y., Dec. 28 h well
dreaaed man ? i tered tbe ^eetHeld (N.
v , poatofll e earl to-nlght and de*
manded of Aial tanl Poetmaater Jamea
Douglau $10,000 h'- aald tbe (overa
menl owed blm. "Wall untll I see if
th-- order bai come," Mid Dougiaaa.
The itranger pulled a bottle from hla
pocket. "If you move from that
chalr IM drop thla bottle." ti" man
>,,,,!. .r b ia nnox. who waa ln the
a, q ii. 'i. went om and notifled
tibteg w i*. Hopper and Jaeoa
?|', , , ;-.?;,, ;?.,! tlie arm that
heid the bottle and then arreeted the
m,n ...titained enough
the building up
The man aald he waa Bdward Palne,
of Chicago, bul would not say much.
J. C. Jonaa, ot Portaga Inn. said a man
pivinK tha nama of ii. Crowe and an*
?wering hla deecriptloo g<>t off an enst
t.oiind Lake BhOTI train al 2 B. m. tO*
daj and raglatarad there.
-SAVE PENNIES"?JOHN D.
Teachcr Learns That's How
Rockefeller Did It.
Jnhti D. Rockefeller Imparted BOOM
hrtef advtCI to a Tarrytov.n young
woman yeaterday as he was glving a
party of achool teachera n sieigh rlde
over hls estate at PocanUOO liills.
??is it not itranga aml arondarful Mr.
R..'kel'.'ller," the young woman said,
"that y..u should have all this hig es?
tate Riid three booeea to Bve ht while
^e taaehera llva in a uttle six by ten
ro.'in down in a rillagl flat."
Mr. Rockefeller turned to the young
WOmaa and aald: '.-ave your pennies."
The young woman had nothing fur?
ther t<> aay.
DOORSILL A DEATH TRAP
Charged with Electricity, It
Kills Man Who Steps on It.
Alesandria, f.a., Pec. 26.? Daeptto a
warning not to enter a salo.m, A. IT.
I'rray, of Pawnee. La* stepped on the
steel doorsill to-nlght and wai Instant
,\ heavlty charged aawtria artta had
fallen on tho hnllding ln whleh the sa
loon was l.uated rharging the metal
COping and tteel front which connected
with the .luorplate. Repetr men had
admonishe.l Crav not tO inter
HAD GEM SEWED IN ARM
Man Carried Diamond for His
Wife in Safe Place.
San BaraardlnOi CaL, Dae, 36.?a man
who gavi Bla name as llltehcock had a
diamond wetgbtng a carat and a half eul
out of the flesh of hl4> anu yeaterday.
Ha add tlie | tn had heen Btpud ln his
flesh in goutti AfHea
Hltchcock aaked the aurgeon to do the
j..h in .. i.ut- :.m he aaatad i" ?i\e the
dtaawnd to his arlfe far Chrlataaaa
Ha icfuaad to ntaa aaj detatli as to rus
reaaon for havlng thl H'mi itntit-'ddeJ ln
v rorrecl beverag* foi correct drmkers
thla \:u< uil'i ? i wi. Luytlei ISro?., >.'. Y.?
NOT A IAL OF
Anderson in His Charge in Dy?
namite Case Declares Or
ganized Labor Is Not
NOW IN HANDS OF JURY
Court Adjourns Until To-day,
Preventing Return of a Ver?
dict Before This Fore
lndlanat.olis. Dec. '_?.?Whatever Ist?
be the outOOflBfl of the thive months'
"dynamite < misplraoy" trlal, ln whlch
forty labor union ofWIals are fll ? Uflfld
of compliolty in the McNamara plols
to desiroy property, induding the
urecking of thfl T^oa Angeles Times
building aahe-j twenty-one persona
were killed. now resta wlth the Jury.
Judgo Albert B. Anderaon a few
mUlUtflfl after B o'elock to-n1ght ln
strucioii the jury and ordered it to re
tne. Tlie court then adjourned untll
B.SO a. tji. to-monow. thus precludinK
the return of the verdlcta hefore that
time, should they be found. All the
venlicts, whiU- separate aa to eaeh de
fonilaiit. aro t-i be returned at ona
"How long will the Jury be out?" waa
i rhe quefltJOfl asked as the Jurora flled
out. A basis for a belief tiiat verdicts
would nol bc reached wh*n - ottrt
opena tavmorrow and tiiat the Jurors
might requira a much longer time wif
i-iund in tho eourt's instrurtion to
''carefull] weigh all the evidence in
the Cflflfl." lt has n-qulred almost.
twelve weeks to intioduce the evl
The defendanta who awalt the out
c-mie lnclude Frank M. Kyan. president
r.f thfl International Assoclation of
Bridge and Structural Iron Workers,
of whli h John J. M- Namara, the con
:-s-^.i dynaalter, was once secretary;
rarloua executive board membera of
that union. Hi-rbeit S. Hockin, a<-< uaed
;i* an flOCOmpllOfl of Ortle E. MrMani
K.-il. aaothar confeased dynamlter, Olaf
A. Tvettmoe. secretary of the Cali?
fornia Building Tradoa Councll; Eugene
A. Claacy, of Kan Franclseo, and J. E.
Munsey, of Salt I?,ke City. Tba three
last named are charged wlth promot
Ing the Los Angel**a exploalon.
Charged with Conspiracy.
Those mon are not charged under tha*
federal ia\as with peraonally caualng
any explosion. They are charged with
i onspiracy to violata federal lawB and
with alding in illegal transportatlon of
dwiarulte and nltroglycerine on pan
In closlng hfs argument to the Jury.
I MBtriet Attorney Charles W. Miller
| again referred to the argument of Sen
j fltor John W. Kern, counse! for the de
?fndanta. Senator Kern had left the
, .ity, saying ho was going to Waah
"Tho LOfl Angeles Times building ex
! ploarlofl was calied the crime of the
|<entur\." s.ild iir. Mlller. "but the real
crime of thfl century was thU dam
Bflblfl <r.iis|ilraoy. It would be an evei -
laatlng disgra. e to our cojintry and to
our civilizatlon lf these forty con
splrators are not ronvkted. Gentle
men flf the Jury, a I'nlted Statea Ben?
ator, s*.vorn to uphoid the lawa of hia
count rv, has dared to atand before you
In defence, of Uiefle enemles of tha Re
publlc. You should flnd these con*
spiratora guilty and put your aaal of
condemnauon upon euoh conduct by
a Unlted State Senator,"
Not Unlawful to Organiza Uniena.
After statlng the. subatance of tha
various offences charge.) and mentlon
ing the na.tion-w.de strike of the iron
workers' union, whieh, the government
. har_ed, waa the motlve for one hun?
dred oxploslons on the work of eon*
tractors who refused to recognize th
union, Judge Andetaon, in his luitruc
it araa i.ot aahtarful for the Mraeturfll
non vvorlters to organiz.- an?- union io
vMnch tuoi balong. it ia not unuwtul foi
tne defeBMianu to be raemoara oi that ^
any otflar ittbor orsanizatiun. Maa hava
thfl riflnt to UM- tu..ir c..ml>lea poise,
tnrouan su--h organiflatlona to au??nc
tiu-ir mteraata In any lawrol aaay; oui
ti..y havaj no n_lu ty use ml* pu'vvar la
tht vi-jiat.ou of tne* law. Uigannted laboi
is not oa trial here, nor ln tne n_lit w;
labor to orgunUo in U*ue. bul member*
..i labor or_anizailona ow? the aam?
ubeuiciioe to thfl law and are UaDle to th
saiue plinlanment for Its \iolation aa per?
sons who are not members of aucn ?,
'Ihe uefendants ar..- not on trlal tot
eauatng tbe various explosions aml th
ronaagiianl io?a of life and propari ?
thiciiKiioui the 1'nited Statea shown by
tht- evidei.ee. They are on trial tor thfl
ofiences charged in the indictment. Evi?
dence of these exploslona, together \\pi\
the facts and clrcumatancea surrounding
them. wer? permltt4?d t? go ln BVJawm.1
Lefore you, lecau*,t: th.y tend to BhOW
tho comniunity of purpose, ihe concert ol
lmnd and a tion. whieh Is an easentiai
ingrediont of thfl offences charged, and
they should t-e conaiuefed by you on tr.at
The e.vtdenc*. in thls case sliows th.tt
in Aufluat, I'xo. thero was a eoatroeerey
let^evn the Int'-rnatlonal Aaaoi'latlon of
Hridtce an.l gtruotural Iron Workers and
the Amerlcan Bridge I'ompay over t^e
open and cloaed ahop uueatlon; that >n
sald month of August. lftOo, the Interni
tlonal do.-lared a general strlkc agalnat
the Annrlcan Bridge Company. and th.tt
this atrike haa never been aettled. If >oj
tlnd from the evidence that In order io
carry ..ut the pnrposea of the Interna?
tional the defendanta. or two or more of
th?-m, enterod Into B .-onaplracy to da-etroy
w ith dynamite and nltroglycerine the
ptopertv of the Ainertcan Bridge Com?
panv and other open ahop eoncerns. ot
the "structuree whlch they were erecting
in vatious statea of the l.'nion. and If you
flnd that such conaplracy to destroy such
jnoporty Inrluded as a neceaaary step lu
the arcornpliahmont of such destruction
the unlawful transportatlon of dynamlt
and nltroglycerine upon the vehleles of
common catri*r? engaged at the time lu
tho transportation of passengers from a
place in one stale to a nlaoe or plsre* In
anothei atate 01 other stato? of the I'nlt-d
States. and if you further find lhat au-h
det-truction of property was accompliahed