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WOMAN WAS STRANGLED
Desire of Companion to Leave
Town Leads to Arrest.
POSED AS HER HUSBAND
Death Followed Violent Illness,
After Taking "Headache" Pills |
Given by "Boston Doctor."
t'nexplained circumstances attending!
the death of Bertha Flmer. thirty-live,
? ars old. of Bayonne, N. J.. in a house ?
at No. 231 West 23d street, and the appar- 1
? nt desire of Harry Beechmen to leave
this city with as little ceremony as pos
sihle are Indirectly responsible for his
?letentlon In the Tombs.
The body of the woman, who posed as
kM wife, was found on Tuesday night
in the room they occupied, h> the ?and
.adv. Mrs. Balnerl Minneghettl. In the
room was a small box containing white
pills, which the label said, were Bleeping
potions. Recalling that the night before
the woman had been 111. after taking
some of the pills, Mrs Minneghettl notl
lled the police.
Mr. Minneghettl said that at the worn
an'e request he had called Dr. J. J. F_
Maher, of No. 221 West 23d street, who
advised her removal to the hospital. An
ambulanee was called from the New York
Hospital, but when Dr. Winters, of that
trstltutlon, responded he was ?old by
Beecbman that "his wife" was sufflering
from asthma and there was no case for
On Tuesday morning about 10 o'clock,
when Boechman left the house, the land?
lord asked him how his wife was feeling.
He replied that she was much improved
and with a little rest she wouri recover.
He rasquested that ehe have a cup of
? coffee when she awoke. About noon Mrs.
Minneghettl carried coffee and toast to
her room, and upon entering found the
woman was dead.
Coronets' Physician Weston, who per?
formed an autopsy yesterday, said the
woman died of atrangulatlon. He found
hemorrhages In the tissues of the throat
surrounding the windpipe snd congestion
of the trachea and lungs. No external or
surface marks were noticeable on the
Feeehman, who told the police he had a
wife and two children In Easton. Penn.,
was arrested In a telegraph office at No.
It West 2?th street, awaiting the return
of a meisenner he had sent to the house
to get hie effects. In a note he told Mrs.
Minneghettl he was unable to go to the
Detectives Beadle, Van Cott nnd I'pton.
who followed the messenner, took Beech
man to the West 17th street police sta?
tion, where he expressed surprise at the
death of the woman, whom lie said h?? had
known for eight years. Many letters from
his wife In Ea-s-ton and from the Elmer
woman were found In his pockets. One
not?, which h? said he had written, i-ald:
"BeHha died at 2 a. in January 14. Her
last words were goodby, dearie, I ain
11, refused to explain what it meant.
Later In the day two 1,rothers of the
deed woman, Frank and John, arrived
??-.m BayOline. They BaM they had re
l a telegram Tuesday from their
i wMeh said: "Come at once! I am
i k ' Y'Sterday they received a letter
from Baschnm saying "Bertha" was very
No. 231 West 23d street. I'pon
arriving there they )enrn<-?l of her death.
Beechmsn, who ??a abOUl forty years
old, gave ids address as No. 18 Ferdinand
street, Boston. He said tbe pills were
jiv?n to hi ?ii by a doctor in Boston. I;,-.
M?her said last night the woman
arai BUfferlag on Monday night from trpl
r nt" , (?nv ulstena
Beeehman was committed to the Tombs
?>> Coronel Meilenstein te aurait the re?
sult of an In ;
Allcntown. Penn.. Jan. || Harry
Beecham ho.? a wife and two children
livinii in church street. Bastas Bertha
Elmer was formerly of PhUlipsb-Tg, N. J.,
snd came from a respectable lamiiv. She
was thirty-five years old and BfSpOSSSSB?
lag Her mother, Mrs. Sarah Elmer, of
Phllllpshtirg. and the following brother?
and ?liters. William Timer and Mrs. Wal?
lace Rustay, ?,f Phiilipshurg; Mrs. Her?
bert Meyer, ol BSStOn, Mrs George Host,
?of Washington; Peter Elmer, of Toby
banni, Penn.. and Fiank l'lnvr. of B;
onne. N. J., survive her.
DaaClham left hi- family eight years a
Mrs Beecharn is highly respected. S
announced that she had separated fi?
her kUSbsnd but w:is not divorced.
Republicans Will Force tl
Fight on Nominations.
| From The Tiiluine Lui, SU
Washington, Jan. 15. -Republl? ans
the Senate will assume the offensive
the fight over nominations and fore t
controversy t?> a direct issu.- S' nit
Smoot and other leaders hi? COOJMl
sufficient opposition to the tallies of tl
Demoorats can Im mustsred t<> mslnts
an executive aasolon Indefinitely, with ti
result of bringing all Legislative husinc
to a standstill. If this retaliatory 11!
buster Is carried tS a successful concl
sion, all of the appropriation bills will >
over until the special session.
As the Democrats will stand by the ?1
cisi?n of the caucus ef last week nipl ps
mit only the army an?l navy and dipl
mafic nominations to be confirmed, the:
Is a prospect of filibustering in the Sena
from now until March 4. Unless a con
promise is reached, which does not n?,
seem probable, the present session wi
end In a storm as the other session .
this Congress ended.
Ep to the present Hi, Senate hi
achieved practically nothing in the way ?
disposing of the task before it during It
short session. Of the sixteen appro'irU
tion bills. Including the rivers and ha?
bora bill and the public buildings bill, m
one has been passed. Consideration i
legislative and appropriation BBBSSun
has been blocked by the Archbald trial
An agreement was reached to-day t
vote on the single term amendment to th
Constitution on January M This ffll
probably pass, altbOUgk Democratic Intel
est in the proposed amendment has pel
ceptlbly waned since the election.
NEW SUFFRAGE CLUB BOW
Bronx Men Start Organizatioi
with 500 Members.
"A good live Infant who is going to keei
The Bronx awake nights." That is the ?a:
the proud fathers describe the new Mit
frage club which was born last night I
No. 1088 Bryant avenue, the home of I?r
USW. Sutton. George B Holbert WSI
elected president of the Infant phsnnme
non, and It is a phenomenon because 11
starts with five hundred members, all men
who think women are aa capable of vot
Ing as they are.
"We are Just going to keep The Bron*?
awake on the subject," said Mr. Holbert
proudly. "We simply have to win Ir
ISIS, you know, and that menus no tinu
to waste In sleep. We shall tackle all
questions Of civic righteousness as well BI
suffrage, because It Is closely connected
with them all. We shall have monthly
inoetlmrs and headquarters which will b?
o|?en all the time. Our building will be
iLsed by the various woman suffrage
clubs of The Bronx, too."'
The officers elected last night were :
President. George B. Holbert; vicc-prc?i
?ients. Dr. McW. Sutton. H. Koch and A
J. Barnes; secretary. John Black; treas?
urer. H. H. Koch, and godfather. B. C.
BARS MIXED MARRIAGES
Senate Bill Aims at Unions of
Blacks and Whites.
LBy Tflearaph I?, The Tribune. 1
Alban?. Jan. 1".--A scandal such as that
caused ;,y the marriage of Ja'k Johnson,
the nearro champion, to Lnetll?. Cameron,
a white girl. In f*h|nSgn. would be pre?
vented In this slat- |,\ a hill Introduced
to-?i?y by SenHtoc ?arswell, <?f Brooklyn.
It makes the m arria*?? of a white person
to ;i neicro a misdemeanor, punishatt. bj
B flits of not less than MM or imprison
ment for not less than twelve months, or
The person convicted, however, may
elect to submit to sterilization in lieu of
eompllsnes wiih the pensltjr. I! is made
? misdemeanor for a clergy man or msgls
trste to unite a white person and a negro
S'nator \'elte introduced a bill in.ikinK
it R felony to purchSSI or sell slocks,
bonds or other BBCUrltles on margin. TbS
bill appHaa to the actl?,n of both the
broki r ,,ir, the ? uatomer.
Benstor tanner snd Asasmblymsn
Cronln Istrod iced bills to-,lav- requiring
I that the American flag be display?/! at
polling: booths on Flection f?a>'.
THE WEATHER REPORT.
Official Record and Forecast. Washington.
Jan. I'.. The crest of the ?.?hi?? Hiver flood Is
. ..?v in th? vl lt.lty of Evansvill?. tad., where
a .rest stage of 44 fset or slightly over la In
?lkatfl for Thursday. Barrtrg additions! heavy
rains, the Cairo stag? will be slightly less that,
ire. k.uslv indl'-ated and will probably n? ? ?i
." I I? A flood stag? In the TeaSMcbas
i?t UsmofWlts, Ala., is Indlcate.i for
'I I'll! -.
Preswr? ha? fallei considerably ov?? the
ttou.h. and a in. <lrra:<* depression
..,.. t? movliik,* ?;??i o.?r the no.tnern ??.rix.n
Btrv has caused iilns In the Ohio
snd th.? |a? ? region and much higher
i?.i? ?? ratui? ? . a ?lern half of the ?oui.
??here was no other precipitation east of
M ? rtwepi some light l?ai
t'l.vcst W,st of the Ro??k?
pressura I? tow, and g?nerai rains
? ovvs have fallen In ti.e Pacific statis
Th* |.resent distiibutlon Indicates .hut the
w?atl.r will l>* unsct'l-d du-lug th.- ..??.t two
das I'v.r tli? grift'T ??ortloti ?f th? country.
with -sins Th'iisdav from Um ui>i??r Ohio Val
)?? an?! th? lake region east, ?ontlnulng Fi i
d.?? in New York ai?d New England. Rains
at"! ?now? will also continue Thursday In the
o West, and will extend cast bv Friday
ov ?r ihe Raeky Moantal? sacian, the plains
a's-es ti.e Missouri Valley ani tl.? west <iulf
It will continu? ?a-:n in the Kast and
r'outh. ?ju?d will be voider by Friday w?s* of th?
?Mississippi Rive. .Storm warnings aie dls
pia- -1 on the Pacific ''oast.
Th? winds along '.!??* N?w England ?'oast
?rill he m?rl'*tati to ??risk southwest; niMdl..
Aliar tic CoAt, rnod?i:?t< southwest; south At
Untie coast, ighf to n.?i?r?i'?' northaasi Bad
??M ?*?t Gulf ?Vmsl. I Igln to moderate ?.oillli
e??l sr.d south, west ?lulf Coast, moil.ral?
southeast snd south. I.sV.** Mnlilgsn, iiio?i?-im?
end v ?riahl?.
*i?iin?-rs departing Thursday for BttTOtean
por?? *ll| hav? n.od?ra?? ?o hrlsk sou?hw?si
wind?. ?1th unsettled ?v??ath?r, to the Stand
V?re? ?ist for Hpeelal Localities.?lor East
?Ne?T York an?l Southern Hew Knglanii.
to-day uni probably Friday; warmer
to-morrow; moderate to hrl*k southwest
For Northern New England, rain In ?outh,
rain or ?now In north portion to-day and Frl -
?lav . mod?r?t?- to l,ri?k southwest wind?.
F,,r Ka?tern Pennsylvania, rain and warmer
to-day; Frida}, cloudy, moderate so.,rhw?st
For New Jersey, rain to-day or to-nlgl,' snd
probably Friday: warmer to-day, moderate
l?,?th ami southwest wind?
For ihe District of < ?olumbla, cloudy and
warmer to ?lav ; rain in the afternoon or night.
Friday, ?loud.? . moderate south wind?.
For West Pennsylvania^ rain to-riav; Friday.
cloudy; Itgtit to brisk southwest winds
Foi ?A'eiatern New York, rain to day; Friday,
cloudv. moderate to brl?k ?oath and southwest
?am ".*? 1 r ni. IM 1 p m_85
Official oliserv allons taken nt I idled State?
weather bureaus yesterday follow:
City Temperature. Weather
Alhaiu . 44? cloudy
?rlanrl. ?Hy . 44 .loudy
Boeiea . H ? loudy
Hi,IT do. 42 I'hvidv
l'hlcago . 4J <'loudy
New ?irlean?. ._ R* <^l*ar
St l.oul? . WI ?loudy
W "r.???melon . 4? ?bar
Loral Official Record. The. following of?
ficial record from the Weather Bureau ?how?
the ?hange? in the temperature for the lait
twenty four hour? In cosipsrlBOB with the ,or
ie?j.o?dlng dale last vea,:
1811 Mis (Pig MIS
;t a. m.. . . .tl SSI 8 a m... ::?? 4''
? a. m.tt ?i ? p. m. M to
8 a. m |S .10'Il p. m. 1? .81?
IS m ' ?S M r '?? U
4 p m ... M 4;;
nigh.?, teasperatiira yesteeigy. 4H ?legre??:
love?,, tt; average. W,, ?verag? for <-orr?'?r?ond
Ing dale In?, year, '214. average for correspond?
ing date I.,*? thill} three >.-?,?, 30
lx.?al Forecast. Rain lo dav and pi oh? hi >
lo morrow; warmer lo dS} , modera!? lo brisk
southwest winds. *?
SLAYER RUNS A RAFFLE
Porter Charlton, Held for Wife
Murder. Thus Raises Money.
JAIL STAFF SELLS TICKETS
Prisoner, Sanguine of Freedom,,
Studies Lav/, Which He Will
Practise if Released.
l'.'it'. Chartton, who is .-. prisoner in
the -county iell ;.t Jerse* City, awaiting
ti,. .-.. tit.ii of the United su?;?-.?- ?Supreme
Courl <?n th? question "t his extradition
t<? Italy, h:is BtTSngSd to ralSS money
for his minor needs by ratHm?*- s sei of
tn? latest edition .?f an encyclopwdlg.
< 'h;n Iton is popular with tbe attach**
.?I tl.? Jail, Who a.?' assistln?" til id in ?lls
iti??.inK ??f th.- enancas sad arranging for
the drawing, wblch is t?> take plaoe at s
iMstlar] opposite the fall next ?Saturday
. "harlton'a explanation is that be has
been ? heav) drain <?n his father's . x- !
chequer ami fcela be should rellevs II
.?? far as poesltde, ?especially sin.-?' hin!
fnih.'i having resigned as OovernOr ??f,
I'dit?? Hi'?, is (it'i?rivfii ?.f that certain I
I'hatiton. who an exi??*rt has declared]
is tubercular, has ;) persisten! ???ugh, but
Is n? tive, and having a Knowledge ??f
medicine. Which was <-nt i?h??.l hv stu.lv
Since his incarc?ration, has l??-?n |>'it it.
charge <>f the jnll medicine departmeat
under the direction ?>f County Physician
King n?? its permitted tn put up prescrlp- ?
thms that OOntatl) liarinliss ?Jl ill,'-- Ths
prisoner sp?ti?1n hi? away leisure minutes ;
in readies taw- ami assiduously ??uests a
copy of Blacketoae, aiui is aleo studying !
the legal featuies of his own ease
ii?' asesas ooaadsat that ths Uaited
States Kovernnietit will refuse to surren- 1
der bim to Italy, sad that he edil be ?b?
?i.it?ii. after which be contemplates prac?
Charlton mardered his ?11.? at a viiia
??ti the hank Of Lake .'??in??, In Italy. HS
aqueeeed bet body lata a trtmk ami
pushed It lato tin- lak?\ It was dtOOOV
ered a (aw ?days later by ?? Bsbernaaa The
Id? ?itin.-atinn w?? quickly sstaMlshsd, sod
charlton was arrested si Hobohen on the
arrival of the st?aiuei in Anmut, 1HKJ His
extradition has 1 ?. ? - r ? pending since There
is ai. obstada In the army of surreadsr. ai
Italy has lnsl?te.l .?n its right t<? try its
own dtfasas When arrest'-?! within itt? I".1
dsra for crtoea committed it? ??th?r ...un
FOR ONE HIGHWAY HEAD
Sulzer's Investigators Recom?
mend Single Commission.
B Teheran** u> 11 ?? Ti*eaas 1
Albany, Jan. 1 1 devoted two
daya t?? th? affaira of tn? stat. ?Depart*
m?m ol Highway?*, ihe ?Sulsei tav-estlga?
t??rs sent a repon t?? the fjoveraor to?
nicht recommending ?that th? department
tin reorganise in accordance wttb plensl
air?a?iy announced bj Mr. Bulaer, 1
in?'iu?i?' s single headed rommlsstuB, thus
t-llmlnatlng the .-'tat. Engineer ?and I
Buperlataadeni of Public Vtforhs from th?
department, sad the placing of the main?
tenance ?.n?! repair? ol i??a?i?? und***
lurladlctton of 11 ?. - division gaglaeera,
who now hav.- ?tiarn?- Of i??n?lrui t.??n
I'.iils ?.?r t. i ? i??.)?.????? probabl; a III i>
Introduced in the I.? irr I..I ;re tO-UMITOW.
Ths lavestlgatora toob up te-daj elle
gatlona of s monopolj <?i 11 ??? simply of
ii-iihait us"?i an stat? roads for ti.e .? 1
two ?ais made possible by s ruling of
the hlghwaj oommlmion that <miv a?
phalt havltiK 2 net cenl of sulphui nal 1
rally incot i?....?t? d ?honld be .? ?'alia! 1
?itilv s ? --ri .in it? iii.ii?!? ,*. asphanll an?
awered tins requirement As a result the
price went .m about a seat .?.??i .? half a
'i he ?v lia ??f the 'si pplemeiital ai
ment," an arrangemenl bj vvi.i?-ii ?.
tractors obtained from Ihe commission
more lhar the amount of their contract
bids, were exposed to-d .v. One v? II ?
test i ft? ?i thai ea. h "..f th?-.-?- .?.
m? nts coal the s in??- from ?-'"' t<> IKMX?
j. r-e < ? Pinch lold of an Inv? atlgatlon
?if th? hlghws* depart men! made by blm
last ?/ear H?' ?leclejred the ? tti.-i.-m-y ?>f
the appointees undei the Dis ??mmlsaion
?aras 'verj low" as comparted with those
under the Hughes ?commission, snd that
ti.?- number "f employe* had been greatl)
ii..reas? ?i hv the l?i\ commission. Bala*
i.?s I?, said, nur?-;.?-? ?I ft"? ?m ?JT'.'f?. t<?
MIO.OM ?between mi snd ItU, sxpsneea
w?i" mora than doubled and payments t"
contractor! Increased "niy about .". j?-r
Alben] Jan II Attorne) QeaeralCai
mod y t.,?- obtained eovrt <?r?i?-rs aanul
Hng the fraachiae? ????' ths Bteecher
Btree! ?*? Poitou Street Ballroad Com?
l?anv ami leaaaSS, Which Kive them th?*
li^ht to operate bora? ? "i. ??-rtaini
esta in \< w fork City. The frnn
ware fot feite.) an the ground of '
Six "48" Keeton Touring Car
Completely Equipped $2,750
European Type?American Price!
This famous car cap be seen at the
Grand Central Palace Show.
It embodies every good feature
found on foreign cars. It is a car
of true French-English type. ?
The Keeton six-cylinder motor is
wonderfully simple. 2yA inch bore
and long $yt inch stroke. Cylinders
cast en bloc, large valves.
The wheel base is 136 inches, mak?
ing this a decidedly beautiful, easy
riding car. Wire or wood wheels.
This car is light in weight (weigh?
ing only 3.360 pounds), and yet is
so perfectly constructed that it will
stand the hardest driving.
Compare the Keeton with any csr
at any price in either the Palace or
Garden Shows?and you will find
that it stands second to none from
the standpoint of luxury, attractive?
ness or service.
KEETON MOTOR COMPANY
Detroit, Mich., U. S. A.
Makers Protect Owners
Against Theft of Cars
Studebaker Device Is Easily!
Reached and Shuts
Automobile Bsanufsetorsss base taken j
note of the Blannlni Sacras Is which lbs
t h. fl ?if motor CSrS has recently srown
?nul at<? il.visitiK BMSnS Ot protection.
Seme Ingenious appUaSJCSS of thlf? nature
an- ii"t?d at the (Jardrn an?! PalSOe.
S. m, .,f the manufacturer? equip their
CSI with a bxUiiiC device wh1?'h ?an be
i,p. tat? d only hy those familiar with it.
? ?tli, i? pl.i ' the lock In ?>lam vl, w. A
lav,,tit.- method is one which permits the
control l.v.r t?, he locked into n-Mitral,
allowing the in,.tot t., 1" BtSrtSd, but I
'making It Impossible to throw the ?JSP?
Into mesh. j
A different method has bean ebOSSS W j
the Stud?-bak?r i'orporatior?. whi'h
equipa its various models with a locking :
device on' the switch, placed conveni?ntl>
near the centre ?>f the dash. Whom tab
switch Is operating a nickel lever makes j
the connection. Raising the lever discon
,.,, is the lRnltlon, ai?l, of cours?, nial??
it impossible to op.rat?' the car. When
this lavar is ralscl to an upright position
the upper end 08BMB in eontoet with a
tlx.,1 part of tne iiKtal mounting, SMOW
bif a small padlock lobe P**^***^
both securely protecting th** <'ai untu
,?.. dnv.rs ?return This plan bss the
ndded advantage "f B-lowlng es?hown*
\? op?r?t? a lock to wlilch no unauthor?
ized person has a key._ _
HORSES STRIVE FOR BLUES
National Champions Prance at
Brooklyn Riding Club.
National bOTSa show champions shone
In the ?jalaxy of ?lar?, which OOOgregSted
OS th, tanbnrk for ihe horse show which
th? members <>f the Brooklys Riding snd I
IM ?v in? Club h? hi last night Th, ??].,
wert stell tilled, and so anrra tin? bos 'h
and baleonlSB, snd shortly after the buRle '
Called the t.pcnliiK class in the rina; stand-i
big room was at a premium.
The lirst class of the evening wa? f..r j
?addle hors, s Bnder II hands. Miss I
Helen s Laemtng won this with bar buck-]
skin pony Peanut^ The Mases Tamal
nnd Cr.ne Holme, who crC8|ed such a!
fun^r at the national show with their ?
p. n? foin-In-hand, rode TppSg ami I'tln- ;
c ss and divided fourth honor?.
In novice saddle horses little Mi?s EUltb |
Osynsr, ?>r "Toddlee." aa she is raiie,i
wns the youngest equeetrleane in the rinn.
Mi?? Huth rode th.? Kray n)are I.asr-i.-,
Bad she made a preltv picture as aba
cantered round the rlni; with her long ?
curls fl> in*:
Mr? ?'. y HohaS bad h? r hav gSUttSg I
\\. itporl sntered, bul be was bandied by I
Mr Holme, while Mrs. H??ltne show .,1 '?
Lady Macb for Cbarlas Hlgglns Tbe
Lady nrsi entered Is Besesal dssssa sad
never wai oui ?>f th?? ribboni
PBStSS) looks io be just as roo.I SB
ever, "i ,. little better, snd ihe bad lit tl?
illffla'Ulty u. winning the elsss lor sa.i<!i??
hortet IS ind no! exceeding '?'- bsndi
The mare was tu lbs clevei hands ,.f
fcllaa n ill,?. Mm Margsret Rouss'i
\i--r, y , 'ounti si a.,? a elotn ?? cond In ih'.e
rlasi and ih< won tbe following contest.
which ? ailed for park tas? ks
Th?' aw aids follow
Ciem I'- IM Idl? ; ''."?? ?net '4
Piral M,?- II.,, s Ueetnlna'e . i, at PeeneU,
?? taunl,. th It" -'*' ?. - h at ?-tsget.
third ! ?a, id RAulatrm'a p b k K ?
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niwlft ?? k ? blk i \S .... If,., I
Hlae 1 un- M Whltlna ? NI ?
tl,!,., g. t* l?""l'* fourth.
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lllaa la , ? t r m |_*** p?ri?i?
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i ??? vu- i ? it? m vv hitlni - f Mai
Mr? ??darin '..?? ? ? talk. ?
w,-.-". ? n ,, Prank v Merer'?
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WATROUS ENDS LONG TRIP
Covers Both of the Glidden
I',,.?ad !, Wal-cis drove hi?, Hupmo
bile roadster fiotn the JetSey Cltj t.;r
I a'doch la--? sight, Ihereby complet?
ma n lour of MSS miles that eovsisd both
the Southern and Kast?>rn OWddsa tour
routes VTatrous and his ess-paaton, IX
n Torrey, dross straight up Broadway
to the n. i Koehler Compoay, si Broad?
WSJ and It; ?tret, and left the unid
ipsttered 'Hup' there fot exhibition the
balance of the wi ? i.
Three dsys after ?.'iiarir? ,i ?Hidden left
I?, troll t" '..-., th.- Ottddeu tour route
to Mes Orleans Wstroui left In th?
rosdater, catching the Qlldden part' .,?
N.chviiie end travelling with them tc
the route terminus Then he start?,l foi
.lacks.,nville, lia. with New Voik th?>
goal On thi arsy across i?,?k?? Ponehai
train the packet encountered a lerrlflc
?rale and sank Th?- IIUpmoMle remained
?,n the bottom two weesa before it ?a*
fished cut. it was put Into commlssloi
at oiee and without difficulty after it eral
raised, and ,,i;.uii w,,s en the road Js? k
v,.nv in?- was reached without further mis
hsp or Incident Bilde from r.iln and
iiiuddv r??.i?ls. and lb? cai's i>,.?-.
i,unc? toward the brlghl lights.
The travel itslned rosdater vain remain
Otl exl, liait loll Until thi end Of the Week
ATTRACTIVE RIM EXHIBIT
Demonstration at Firestone
Booth Draws Car Owners.
Ona ?>f the booths to which many show
visitors are sttracted i? that of t*1"
Plreatone. The demonetraUona of the
tir.s and ti.e quick Betachable, demount?
able rim appear t?. ?hold peculiar Inter?
est for car owners. It Is assert??.! that a
majority of ths cam en exhibit at the
, show are eejUtpped with these rims.
The demonstration ?it the iiiii" at the
Firestone booth la Interesting, it shows
the <*as?- of operation and In addition it
l? claimed there is a tli" protecting ?alue
tn ?the rims which K?>??s fur toward In?
creaaing the mll?eage possible from any
TREMaFnE wins for team
Looms in Kingsley's Defeat of Sum?
mit at Basketball.
The Klagalej ?School basketball lies ?se
feat?*?i ths 0?m.mu nigh ?School on its
court at Bssea Pelle If. J., jresterdey by
B score of :;."> t.? 8,
The high achool boya ?showed ?better all?
around team ??shooting, i.nt they failed to
hoi.i Tremata?-. ths Klnarsley captain, n?*
- ?i?i| tiiiit.'??ii Held ;:"nis. Alegburj snd
Ollchrlat .ini ?.i ?work fer Summit.
The llne-.il? follows
StagBlsi ttaM r.?iii..n gsmiwll H t?
?un (Fosi i. r Hui.narrt
Il'ii'l It | .lu.ls.iti
M .II ... .? . A!-.b:rv
.?V. i ?v I, ? ; . . i:?',iv. ?a
Trematee It G. OU?
Goals from fi?ifi Krngsl?] Igngbem ??'?.
Tr?mala? (13) raso m ? itubbai i. \U ?'? irj
I n?n 'i tine of hatos* Klftee? tataratea
?STUYVESANT WINS IN WALK.
The Btuyvesanl High ?School basketball
. svv.iiiit?.'.i the A.ieii in icademy Uve
in a on.--sidi?i game on th? former*i court
v.-t.r?:.iv 'ii,. final score was H to 12
The Manhattan playera dropped goela
i from all anal"?!, Bhnberg and Ptocher
I? ding the '?'"? ?-? " th tea an?i ?sight
f?. Id tmskata t? -i ? ctl
I ll? lit.. il[? lolli.W s
?r.t .."..*.. Faust IdSteM . 1 _?
beri I. I . |...?ss
. I : r. .\ t ..
n.riiii; i i?; . Waiden
i?. ?. . Weinstein
lileli if Bet ultmi to i?
? I ford for p
?i ? ......i <-i? ? 10),
iS), iiuall? '? .?Ii w i
??isik. i' M ?v i. 1,'mplrs i-.'ti-, t- s
a i. ?' ? .? . r |.,' se i IftMn mis ites ?-?? h
RUTHERFORD FIVE WINS.
Passai??. N J . .Ian 1". The But h. rford
. School besketbell team ?w-f? sted 11?.
ile Bve this afternoon h? .-. sears of
* to 1?
MIMAT, "i: tg?j?g'gHg, IM-,
S'jnriie. 7:'J'.': sun.-e . ????i
mooa's s?e ;? _______
HIGH WTAtMM. ,,M
i ;..' t ??<
Sandy Houk . ? :??, I:af
Governor's ?Island . .*?..?"?. ' BtBW\
Hell Gate . _______.
Tha KsajeatK, reported "^?'??.?ftj
?anrtv Hook at 11 a "> >ester?la>.
to ?lenk Frl.lay aftir.ioon. ?,, ^?t
Th.- C F TieTR-i. __** ?,,?r?iav ?? ? ?
of Bandy 11..,!? .?I ?'"" ? ? >e,t '
pect-d I?) do.?k this for-noon.
Vessel. i-rom. N r uovd
?Rh.-ln.Rrcnen. ?J?*-j" 'lli;lllt,.Am
?K A Victoria....Hamburs. J?" J*'*'? Bc-Aia
?C I' Tietg.n.<:i,.lstlansan.l. Jin ?... Am
?I-hlladelphis.Southampton. Jan ???? - ,,
?Arcadlaa.Bamu. ?. /_?_* ??? 'Vlnidad
?Maracas.Trinidad. Jan 7-. ,.. c?
?Santa Marta.Kingston, Jan ". ?Wilson
Oalltoo.Hull. D?_ *??.pre?e*
Carolin?."avre. ?. ;;J. F rh
Msslco.y?"?re. De** -?'. .|5,-ifltol
Kansas City.Swansea Dae 31. -^ ? .
Armenian.Liverpool. I>ec W.V?B?i
nuDAT, jam AKY it.
?a Xort?.?.alveston. Jan II.BO 1 ?*
gVTURDAl, ?AMUART U
?Haiti-. Uve**pool. J?n ???Wh,ti?
?I . I,?:..,,<? Havre. Jan II. ... ? ^ ?f]\
?Ma irctanla. '?'? rpool. Jon l- ? "? ,
?Monterey.Hovara Jan 14.. ? "r
?Oulana.?i Thotass, Jas U ..GBsaae
? ?la ..us mall.
Vessel. l'or Lire elossa Rail*?
I .a Proven, e, Havre, French 7:00 am 1*1:00 a m
I' <;.?>.'. Hamh.i.-;. 11 -An... >> 30 :i m U'lOO in
St Kgl.ert. SI I...?la.-_ L':lil?m ?
Mexico, Havana, war?!.Mia 12:00 m |
??anovii, Mnntevirl"c. I. g II S 30 a lit l?':00tn I
Alt?ln?la. Havti. II V. 1 :M p m 3:00pm
El snd. Oalvcston, -o Pa. . 12:0?) in
?' of St Louts, Savannah. Sav- 3 p in
IT'.II.AV. JAM 'AKY 17
Tu?rtale, lt.1.1 ?le Janeiro.. 1 M p m 3.00pm
i,??h,M'i... Nrt??;.?s. r.il.re... :: ?s. p ni
Ai-.|'iil.<..'. Jacfc'vllle, l'iv.le.- I 00 p HI
Ruby, Ouantanarao, -- r.:0Om
SATURDAY, JAMUAJtT 1?
I hllni.'elphl... S li.-!ti.;t?i?'. A... ?Aum '.i.TOatn
I. .?n. ??..la. Madeira, i*unard B J0 a t.. l?ftnti
Arradlan, Flermoda, RMBP, l:0Os m l'cnOam
Ban Juan Ran Juan.NYaPR 0:00aai 12.10 m
? irrilli). <-..|.ii. r y ? -,, . '.? mi a m 12:G0 M
H I urg, nr ixll, i. .?: H ?'? ai s m I? 00 ? m
Havana, Nassau, u.t.i ,.M:0Oa?i ; ?.?? p n?
i Kr.inii n.in ??.... h a.UtOObm 2:00 p m
< ?'ip'n-ii'.,. Rarbadoa.RDWl H BOana 1*00] m
rr?siobal, Cristobal Pss ..11?Osa l-aopn
Mil I ' l< '.?'??. I.'.i.'l".'. v T i '?" p m
t'h leseo, Havre, greneh.... - H'.npm
i harnea Coton, i: M I f I 00 p m
Beguram-a. Tsripl??, Wald Kitlfl
i ?y in. ,i.. t, lus - 12 <ni ?n
Antillas, N?'W Orleans s r II ???? m
Kl . n 'M?mt. ? . - I' ?"? 00 t? m
i,. inte ?l?iiv't?.?.. Mal . 00 p n?
..,," pasas, -r.?.',?.,?. Mallurr. i OOprn
.?..in. i a lachs'vllle. Clyde 1:00pm
Rio Grande, BmnewHk Mal -? i OOpm
?? .?f Allant i. Be?. - ? :i ??> p m
DeSttaatlea snd steamer. In N y. p.m.
Japan, ?'orea. ?Iilna (via Ta'omtl
Canada If? re l*e dag, fl io
iiawsii (via sin Francisco) Hono
i.iisn .Te day. BJB
Japan, .?ores. ChlaS ?via Seattle) ?
R'ileropl.on . . Jsn. 17. 6:30
;;? lu, ! i |l i? si i? iinoit. Isl -
sTidp. Ne? /."a.a.il. Australia
ni. Victoria) Varuna . .tsr. 17.8:30
Jsi-t?. i'or-a. (htn.l I"?- lilt i In. ?
i via Vlctaria) Moatsaal* ... J?*i 17. ?i 30
Port of New York. Wednesday, Jan
nary 16, 1913.
s?'s.i.??r Hrimi (Nor) Itil'.adelphla January
ti ?.?*.-.- .? Moushto ?. |i in twiiaai WIM
a\ .... .i ?^uaraatbM at 10 .ir?
atemner gtrathan iRri. i i:: i lanuar)
ii .o Reabara ?? Porsasn. ... nain?? win
!? -i?l f??- Man ti.-t.-r l..-fi ?.?'..i- ..in las Si 1" ??'?
1 a m
i -..?!? r- ?Delaware, Phlla**mlphla ta ?h?
l?. ? -n. ?i.i, iii-is?'. r^ss.1 n. Quarantine at
Il I? a tu ?
S' Bifcai KavahM. ?;?*"ra??tov?n January 10
^.??l vv ilinlng."!. 18, m the ? Ivl? t** CO, with
paaaenceri n>?<1 mdse Pass? '? ? ?O'it.raniin? at
il -t> a ?n
steamei- Thames ?Hri. aaathantftoa Dsean?
her la, ?Cherbourg iv Bar? idos 90, Trinidnd .11.
Porto Colombia January 3, Cariasen* 4. Colon
7. kingston 10 e.nd Antllla 11. ,o ??anderen A
.??or,. w.Hi 3?? pa?nen?ei? and mdse. Arrive?! at
the Par at II am
M-anier ( hicajro ?fr), Havre January 4. to
rhc ?'ompagnie ?lenerale Transatlantique, with
?I.?, ?ecnnd cabin and 123 ?teeraf? pa?"?'nafr?
ar, I md?e. Arrived at the Har at 12:30 p'm.
Steamer Crown of I>?on ?Bri. Hampton Road?
January 14. to Simpson. Spence A Younf, In
ballant. Left Quarantine at 2:0*, P m.
Steamer Carrillo i?n. Port I.imon January
fl Color 7. KlnsBton *J and Port Antonio 1??. to
the United Fruit ?'o. with ."?8 passenaer?, mall?
and m<'?c. Arrived at the Par at 2:12 a m
Steamer Prinz Eitel Friedrich (Gerl, Port
Union Januarv ?. Colon 6. Kinuaton 'J, San
tiai.o 10 and Fortune Island ll. to the Ham
I unf American Une. with SI |.a?*enf?,r?, mall?
and mdee. Arrived at the liar at 3:51 a m.
St-amer Maraca? ?B-.. DetsersiS Januarv B.
Trinidad 7 and Grenada s. to the Trinidad
Shipping ',n?l Tradlna ?'o. with S passenger?.
mail? and Ulder Arrived at the IJar at .1 .V,
Steamer Alllanca. ''rlstobal January ?, tn
the Panama Railroad S? Upe, with 4.*. ? ?
aenaere, mail? nnd i?d?e. Arrived at. the Bar
at 1 a m
s, ,.-,it <r Kl Mir. Ga...??ton Januar? P, to th?
F-outhen Pat 111?: OB, *,th nid?e. Paiied In
Quarantine at 5:S1 am ...
Steamer Benedict (BD. c??ara December in
Man,,,,s 28, Para January 1 and Barbado? fi.
to Boetfc & '"? "b11 ",',",, Arrived at the
Bar at 2M p ">? _
? , ,t?er TV. in (Son. Boston January 14. to
the Munsoa s' ''ir,r' Ft ballast. Left guaran?
tor- at 4:.',0 p BI. v.r.
Steamer Joseph J Cunen 'Nor?, n.-,-. t
Innuar? " ''"" ?n""?10 7, Kln*aton. Po,1 Mo
'rant and Port Maria 8 and Port Anton:,, '.. ,?
the ?'iineo lmiortlna Co, with ? passen??:,
and fr'ait Arrived Bl ?he Bar at 4 B ?
Steiner Finland. Antwerp. Pas?ed In -and'
lloak at SJ8 pre- _
steamer l.u,i,i?asa?. Mobile. 1 assed in Q ?r
antln?? at i,:.!?? p in.
Steamer Irocpiots- J-?-k?onvllle. I a???-l la
uuaiantlne at Ti\W2 v tt.
Steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II ".en. Bremen
laiiuarv 7 an<l Southampton and l'herboum %,
to Oelrlcli? ft Co, with passenger?, malls snd
mdse. Four mile? east of Fire Island at B32
P rn- ?.
Steamer Madison, Newport New? and Nor?
folk to the Old Dominion S? Co, with p*??en
pyen ?nd mdse. Passed In Quarantine at 2 .1*.
Sandy KBek, N J. Jan in. 9.m p m win*
rJouth-eeuthireet. Ilaht breeze; ptrtly cloudy;
Steamer Finland. Antwerp and Dover Janu?
ary 4. to the Red Star Une. with 214 cabin
an I .'?.'in steerage pa??en?;er? and mdse. Arrived
at the Bar at f>:4.*> p m.
Steamer Kaiser Wilhelm IT 'Gen, Bremen
Jan?inr v 7. Southampton 8 and Cherbour? t>. lo
Oelrlehl & > '?'. with 27 first cabin. 23?, IM -
ond cabin an?! 117 .?feraire passenifer?. malll
and mdee. Arrived at the Bar at 7:10 p m.
Steamer Diamant ?Gerl, Stettin December
21, te David T Warden, In ballaat. Arrived at
the Mar at 11:4!", p m.
Steamer Nnnmi-h fBr). Tenerlffe January 1.
to OffOrgB Helllesen, with mdse. Anchored out
?Ide the Bar at S-W p m
Steamer Tall?man ?Nor). Nip?, to the \Te?t
India .?*? ?'<>. with mdse. Anchored In Qusr?n
tlne ar 10:17 p m.
Steamer l?ila ?Nor?. Philadelphia, to Frank?
lin Baker * Co, In hallaat. Anchored In Quar?
antine at !i;'?i p m.
?JKeaSMT Arapshee, Jacksonville January 13
and ?'narlesnn 1,1, to the Clyde ?? Or?, with
passenger* SB* BBBBB. Passed In Sandy Hook
nr to p m.
Steamer Main (Gerl, Bremen December H, to
Oelrli h? A ?'o. with pas*enit?r? and md?*.
Fluht mile? ea?t of Fire Island at ll:f> p n..
Steamer I~ila ?Nor). Philadelphia Januarr
14. ?o th? American Trading Co, In battait.
Arrived at the Bar at 7 30 p m.
St.ainer Talisman 'Rrl. Antilia January S
a, a Nlf' Pa? f?. to the Mwnson Ss I.lne, With
suarar Arrived at the Bar at S p m.
Steamer Ararat,oe, JachSSSIVMa r???ed In
Quarantine at 10:48 p m.
pteamers llTnilnlu? 'Br>. Montevideo Kroti
prtns Ole? ? Nor?. Baltimore; Kazembe ?Br?.
Freniantle; Germania 'Fr,, Marseille?, Panama.
? ft?t,.?al; Barenfel? ?'?en. IMbOVrae; Arnold
? mgaJE lOer), Perth Ambov: Manzanillo
i?*ufceai, Havana Jefferson. Norfolk and New?
port New?: sabhie, rjalveaton; I. P Haimt-iad
. r?nn*. I'orenhagen. I.odovha (Anet). PbllBde
, proteua, N#n Orieene; Philadelphia, s?n
Juan: Almirante 'Br,. Kina??on. Victoria Laitae
,,;,r- It,',ra?. e,, Montserrat -Sr-an,. H? -
? , , Panera? ?Brc I'ara via Norfolk; B
.i.ui ,i:n. Bermuda; 7.e*ianl iB.-i??. Ante
Manrhloneel t?or), Port Antonio; Herrn (Kor),
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
Ka.ai. -b?n IS Nord Vm-rika fDen)
York f?* "p'rto. Uslaon. S.-.ille ,\ .
en- l.u'llii'.e ?Bri. It.,uen for New ?
Southampton 'jn IB "???'.,,,,? ?Hr,. Ne*
via Plymmitli and Chartoairi
... ten IS >T.?n?" lift We? ? ?
j ?A in Jan. -Ian 11 NlOOMl II iDon), I
?'ampton. -'an 1"- 12 i' P " ?-1
.er, Sew Tork ?l< Ctaerfaoura ai i g
lawn: Maa-lnlena (Br,, N'e?v V'? ?
,,.',,.. ,nl.?n. Klnsatnn, eu?.
I.l?ard. JBB IS New Y? rk iDStrh?, St*
Gibraltar, Jan in. <? a ra Sat Ke > 11
Marseille? and P ' _
:?:.?:-! i..-iii*?ai.:,:iii..!.a.ii?ii;:;?'iiittiisi:tr"!i;Tii:.ikt?it'ii:i&i:titu8;rsiii*itrrinBt?;:?>itiiii:Mi*tii:ii.t?ituii: it?i-titiat*iii*iiii.i.>.:kta..i**?i>*.t?i?i>><>"-iiiiitti!i'tiiu?iisii?iiuiiiit".i
iffieclrtcaljy s?arJad anJ'/fgiiW
Jeff st Je artVt* - r^f?h-wJe?rntro/
he. purchaser of a high priced.car hasche
right toexpect superior design and equipment
__ as well as superior material and workmanship
The WHITE was the first six to introduce left
sidetdrive. and today the White presents this
logical method of control in its most advantageous
form - with right hand operation of. the gear lever.
The WHITE was the .first six to equip with
an electwcal starting and lighting system, and the
WHITE : today is the only six equipped with an
electrical system that is designed and manufactured
byan-atttomobilc company for ?ts own product.
Broadway ai sixty-second street
Ond Madison ?Square Garden.