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To-morrow, ?tarnier: e??t wind*.
NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1913,-16
PAGES. * * PRICE ONE
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rinVT laCltyef New York, ?fereer
L E> I ELSEWHERE TWO CEhT*
Ashley Shea Confesses to Whit?
man. Despite "System's"
Frantic Efforts to Keep
TO PLEAD GUILTY TO-DAY
tyrec Evidence to Warrant
Mo' e Indictments Against
DnfFv?He Found Grafting
Paid Better than Keep?
ing Gambling House.
Ashley Shea, a self-confessed po?
lice graft collector, told the Dlstric-t
Attorney yesterday that every ?tarn
bling house that paid him protection
n-ieney?which he turned over to
Seraeent Peter J. Duffy m Inspector
Sweeney'? office?rece'ved protec?
tion. 'n?s*nuch as they all ran wide
opa-? and were not raided or mo
'asted in any way.
As-lej Shea, one of Captain Dennis
Btrssnc 'a "collectors." confssssd >?*
tfrrlaj* to District Attorney Whitman.
Shra ? ho ivas indicted on Mondav for
bribery, told the prosecutor ;tli lie -*e*uM
Ihink of as to his methods with hit
"employers," He will pi?\i?i guilty bs
tore .fustic c Ooff to-day. Then he -fill
haw another session with Mr. Whit,
it hi? Interview with the Distrl? t
Attorney yesterday She;i .-nid he ttt
sa? of esvorsJ "collectors" employ<Bd by
Bsrt-eney? lie made h?s r-onfc-ssion only
i tiie toadiagi ot 'us lawyer, i.o-iis
Pi Iger, and the orgtngg <?f the "sjrs?
Ism" to stand pat had been over "ine
'? the taan ?>f his wife, and the sdvtea
ei .us- unc?a, who told him to thro**?
himself f>n the niei-y of the Distri? 1.
Vttorney. This Shea did. after order?
Ing ins Issrysr to leave the room. This
erot at 11 ??*> lo? k yesterday morning.
..m) it was ?'? o'elock when he was led
h Ul tli?: Tomhr*. where he |g a pris?
? ner in fUXOOfl bail.
siu-a admitted having ? ??lie't?d graft
?or Inspector Sweeney's '*pf?f*llg?,*' Bar?
gean! P?ter J. Duffy, now under In*
?Hi tnitnt for bribery. He said he k-it-vr
ind was toi?i ?hut iMitTv ?rag Bweeney'e
t ,-r.ift ?--oil?? lor. and tha* '.lie
ion?gy bs I irnrd over i<- Duff] ?rent
??< ctlj i?> BwtMpsy.
Shea s ?i<1 that every gambling hi
? (o!l?< ted from was carried on Pona
.'.' which wa<- .-eut monthly to i'oiiitii-'
- oner Waldo i?> lagpsctor Ssreen? .
? that It-Sver 0*fcc were th-ay rahl? l
or molested in J-ny way during the four
t?m months they paid for protection.
S?/ ?eney. Duffy and Shea to Plead
??o will be an interesting sight in
?lustice 'jioff's court this morning, tor
Sweeney. DutYy and BbSS will all stand
In the prisoners' dock waiting to plead.
-i...? *-? ill be th< lirsi rslhtd. H Ig SX?
la-eiie-J .-uni Duffy and Sweeney W'll
hem him snter the plea <>f guilty hut
ii:?k'?s another hn-a h In their ;i!i<? i>
ghattcsad deism ?.
Shea told the Distn? : Alt?me) lie
wae ilunkirig of t~*OS*fssa.ng la.-t Satur
?1**.>. when the newspapers I old Ol Mr.
Whitman's having obtained svldanOS
iK?iirot a man who a<jted as Swee?
ney's 6toolpigeon> and who ?i'.'iered
from th? usual run of iSOOyg In that
i' v\as his duty not to obtain <IVMSSOS
'?n wnhh legal action would be taken,
but to learn the graft possibilities of
"T knew thlta meant me. ?a:?J Shea
lo th?e District Attorney. "I wanted to
go to you and i-onfess. But two men,
one of them n policeman CSSM to me
"'Whitman-' only blttAnf. He ha?
nothiiig on you. He ha?- nothing-on
< oi m.i??l ?a Oft It page, flllh . ultimo
This Morning's News.
?ub*?a.> fan Held Up Again. 1
'"olleotor Turns Against Sweene). 1
?*l?ya Bmploysrs Bade Ulm Slay. 1
?tv>l?4ina*in Will H?*fuse Million. 1
To Bull'! ?'onvalescentn' Homf. 3
T. R. Favois Anti-Tammany fusion.. 4
'-ong Tfriri for Police Hea<1 Urged S
%gtr? Hovl- la Scapegoat. S
Merchant-; Fight fliuhsilgs lllg. 6
ninii??: t., Alexander W. Drake. s
Taft Outlines Anns as Professot .., 9
Anhut to Tell Thaw Story To-daj 1?
?on Realgne a? Govei not . 4
hstraoy Sum?? Yield-I to Wilson. 4
TSmmanj Dlaclpllnlng Balssi . s
Kim i?. Madero Hepotted Killed. 1
Istervention Talk D> hag <?ut. a
Money Trust It?-)iott About Ready.? 9
senat.i! Bourne'e Wife l.?am iiim.. 3
Standard <?ii indi?. tm?nts Dropped.... 4
sa\n] Rni Sin.? House. 4
'>ort \.i,,,tv Killing .Marsh. 4
ffsetern Pa? m, Deal Blocked. 9
?t?k Two Platoons for firemen... . S
"t?te Power Plant Opposed. S
?bffbsgiste Visit Cardinal OtbbOBS. .. 7
"?ott femands Full Inquiry. 18
T?'o More Antarctic Dead. 3
N>ws for Women. 7
?"'dttaori-?l . g
?*oclaty .\. g
*tll?ie. . g
*0*rtn .10 and 11
Army ,?na- s*v\.Ill
??"sneiai and Market*_IS, 13 an?l 14 j
??Ml L?tala. 14 I
fT0 WED AFTER 60 YEAR
Man of 74 to Marry Sweetheai
of Childhood Days.
! By Telegraph 10 The 'I -.r..?.'
Pittsburgh. Feb. '2'>. -William P. !
W-it on. aged seventy-four, led Mr
Annie If. Porterfleld into the rnarrlaj
lltcenee ?.fTi<e and obtained a permit
iv?--] hiM sweetheart of i hildhood .1a\
Wat son told the clerk that he und h
Intended bride had been pla: mates ai
aweetbe?u?t? sixty yeara ngo. -Alien th?
nttended the gam ?chool, but subs?
mu ntiy they were separated. As ti
!>cars went by Watson married, as d
i Hie .sweetheart of 111 *=- school via)
Thirteen .??ears ago Mr.?-. Portern??Id
husband die?) and sis J ears later Wa
-on was left ? wM?9wer, Their ?n?
| ria?e will 04**CUr on Thur*.day 9t tl
i l?ri?i??'s h?>tiie hci e.
LISTENS TO APPROACH
OF HIS OWN DEATI
i With Stethoscope to Ear Instrn
ment "Maker Plunges
Lance in Heart.
i.- retagrapt! t?-. Th? t? ... n i
Philadelphia. K< I?. 28. With a Methc
siope faatened to lu.s ear- and a lia
hit' lance marl?? ;?. hlmeelf Imbedde
m m* heart, Karl SchneyoVr, an h
eti-amenl ?.naher, was found dead b
his wife toda? . a vji? id? .
Si hnej d?-r had ?aimi.- reael? ed to di
?and, IviriE- familiar w itli the UP? <
jsurgical instruments, d.tcrmiti??) to U|
? his last m??m?-nts to feel Hi?' on? omin
lot death. rns?T.v?*ry of the instrumi*r
' maher*? body pointed to the ?hhber.it
; manner in which be had gWlfftlt deatl
j He ggy down Oft a couch, ??laced th
! ?stethoscope on his ear. and then too
1 the lame and slow)? started ;t work
i ing toward his heart Aa the lane
IpeiMtrated the fleeti and mtiacle th
man couid hear the bear! boats a9 the
! throbbed tli??ir way through the instru
I ment. As (*ahnty a?! though death w-??r
tin- lust thou?; la bis mind th** ma;
letabbed himself through the heart.
One drop of blood on his shir' boson
! toM how d?*ath had cltltcbed the virtirt
I the moment that the tiny point of th
lance struck the \ It.-tl spot.
! HORSE DRUNK.DRIVER HURI
I Surface Car Crashes Inti
Wagon as Animal Staggers.
Al ntoxicated horse is said to ?n?.'
I ber-ti the cause ?>f tlie ??crioua a?? iden
I that ' rfell James J. Mohar. a wat eh
jmnn. last night at Webster avenue ani
j 196th: . treet. Mohar is in the FY-rd
ham Ho'-pital with a fractured ski'l!
I His home is at No. 970 West 20?t
The watchman was driving in Web
! st'-r avenue, when he. according to by
??tanders. let his horse stop to Irin!
from the tank ai K?Sth street. Mohr*.
then ?tarte?! to flrlv? on Passers');
DOtlced thai the animal staggered fr*n
.side to | ?le. ,Iuet ii? ? ?-urface '.a
?ame aiont* the anini.i! ?rabbled o? f?
Ion tlie track in .-pite ??f Moh?rs ef
Iff.it s to prevent him.
I'.efore the motorman < oiild slop tilt
.car n era ?had into the wasou u?*.?
, MOhai was thrown out. landing on nil
| bag l i the 9tt*eet Hg was un- on
scioii? when tli?- ambulant?-? arrived
I The poll-*t arar* ?4 ? i??ss to a? count fot
? lii? strange actions of the horse antl
Robert f.. DoiMhue, a lawyer, of No
? ?_'_??? Ka-t ?50th ?treet, ).?m? fiiiwiiii
witli an | xi ??nation.
The ?awn s,ii?j that when be hot
par* ?1 th* ??ai'iin/,? itough in hi? ail
'??mobil?- early in the evening h* no
ti<<-ij eeveral i-?o>s e*ii Hi I ni the .on
' tents of bottlaa lato Hie water, ?'por
in? i "-t ?ration ii ?-us found that th? lot
? ties h.'d contained liquor.
!$720 A YEAR TOO LITTLE
Senate Decides a Man Cannot
Live on That Sum.
\\ a-ntngion. Teb. :i. That a mar
: -a.mot ?he on XT'.t.t a year and "kcet
I1'U> ap??eaiaii?:e.s" w;?f. th? decision ol
the Senate to-night whet) n ??vrr
? turned its poeloflto* r>#ninittee. voted
! ??ut all ST:'?' salaries for post..! ? lerku
and mail ?carriers, ami ac.epte.l th*
$s<.?? mlnlmurn ?atari teed bj the
The daclalon cane at in?- ?mJ >t a
?iglit in which th* adv..? ates of higher
got '?' rr.neiit Miarle* rleahafl repeatedly
?with tlv-se who declared the worlcing
1 in" ii o? fiie i ountry bed "to pay the
bill." Tb* Senat? adopted 'he *J>*90
! ?ah?! I.-, a \ Of* ??f ".1 to IT.
Si.nat??r Aehurat produced Bstire*
I dtirini th?: debate to sln.iT that the
? tvens* ,nri" *" a responsible position
| ?could nol maintain hi? iamil> for les?
[ than I7MM. 'That include?; nothing
? for a ?booh, a theatre ticket, an r-xcur
alon, o\ anything that makes Iff? \?.?rth
[ ll\ Inf." he declared.
COMMUTERS' VICTORY REAL
Public Service Board Refuses
Rehearing on Rates.
>r.. Teleoispa to th*- Trlasuu I
Albany, l'en 51 - Th?? upstate Public
>ti\i?.fe Coniwtl?Ion to-day iel*ae?d the ap
I plication of the K?W Vorl. t'entrai and
'the New Volk. \'?v Haven a- Hartford
lailroad.? fot lllneilngf OB the rece??
I older reitotlug commutation and other
i rate* to tlie point hX which they were bc
f. re tho?-e r?-ads ials?*d them, two y-ars
I Heh??ai in:,.- would onl> le-uit m going
over the same old ground, the commission
insist!?. The roads, it say-?, had eight
months in which to reopen the cases and
submit the new e\ldrn?-e they an tslklng
of now ami did not do it
PRESIDENT'S FAREWELL SPEECH.
\? a i ii-.-'toi.. Feb. "'?? PieeHrni Tafts
liai?apaecb aa Chief tee*etitlirc will be
made here Satui.iay nlirlit to Pot-->mnc
I'M.n'H, Knight* ?i ?'oltinil.ii* ' lie will
?a* farewell ?Saturday to m<m'?'i? of the
National Cross ?'lii'1
GEORGE J GOULD
He and Rockefeller ?nteres
Refuse to Accept Certificate
for Third Tracking
MENACES DUAL SYSTEI
Interborough, B. R. T. ?and Pu
lice Service Board Ag-itatei
Over Sudden Break? At
Sea on Plan to Over
< oui,ii-* like .. ,.?..<? of thunoer cit
i? ? loar pky, ohj. i tiotis ma?)e i,: (.\ur
?J- Gould. presit?>nt an?! one of the ,,r?
Jcipal etocUraMon ?I th?* Manhatt
Raltwaj Companr, to the certtfleai
fOC third tr.i.klnp the i,,?,s ,,t f),at ,f
poratton have heed up th? ?-rigntnc
the oontracta for the ?luai ir..t? H .
Tlio .-rriou- nature ?,f th.- proteol ?
RMnlfari yesterday l.: the agitatkm
?mnnhrij, . the PUMlc So, ??, ,,-.. i ,?
?mission ami of th?< T??..*r?l of ?Estim?t
i Corporation Couno?l Watson rnt.-r
i into a h'irrio.,1 .?oii.v?lit;t 11..n With Oettt\
18. ? o!i.ni;tti. CORRatH for the ?onimt
I?km, and Richard R?*i?l Tloper.s. count
for the Int-rborotigh Rapid Tram
? I 'ompan> .
The .situation i< tin?,: The Manliatt,
j Rievate:) compon**, whieti own:? tli? ?-1
fated lines in Manhattan ?and Ti
lirons, haa a perpetual fraii<?h ?,
These linea aro held i?? ]oa^ for <n
pears by the Fnt?-rbor<?'ig1i Rapid Trai
?-It f'ompan.? . Whi>Cb in loonier into f
transit ? nntra? ts Witt the rltj . H?
?cmiwe th? Manhattan ?compati] ow,
the elevated linee II ?.?.a?- ?r-onai-der?!
neceseary that it enter Into the .?giv
I ment with the oitv for the third tra-l
' ing to 1"" ?Ion?- a- a part ?of th-? ,ju.
?lohn D. Reckefeiler In It.
President BhORta of the* Irter'noroug
j 5did last night that every Btop in t'
? framing of the ?-rrtlficatcs for thir
?tracking ??h pr?-:,entcd to Mr. i;<>?j|
land to "Mr. Gates, th? other prta-Cipl
| stockholder. '
| Th?.? reference n 10 Frederick 1
j C?ate.?, financia! repr?-.?-cntaf iv? of Joh
; D. Rorkefeller.
A| the sugge-tlon of Mr. GoulrJL M
' Shonts eays, the r??g ilar < ounscl f?
the compon)' ad\ ??sod ever .?it? p an
? agreed to the < ortlti'-nfe. The board t
?-ilre?~tors ?of tlie Manhattan promptl
I rejected th<? certillcaiei upon the ?gd
pi'i' oi T. L Chmthourne of ?Chad
Ibourne <v ?Shores, personal ?couaeol I
! Mr. Gould.
.\s th-*- Intelboro ,g>. be a . tloR
I taken tti<* position that it would ne
?"?nt*-r int? any ? outrai t for for ? on
i Mruotion ?<t opemt-aOfl Of -more y;hwa;
, unlM*j it -wag ac.?onip.iiii"d by pn ngTof
ment for extending the Manhattan ele
I ?rated lin?-.?-, the frtllun of the Manh.it
i tan to approve th?-? e-rtiflcatea haa pn
a hurdle ?lirectly in the path of exo
i ? uting the contra't?- How rliftj. ult
I hurdle it la has no' yet be-on deter
! mined, hut any delay Blwaya ?pens th
poMdbittty of th?- entire propoelttoii Co
, ? ? * ?j a I system falling through.
Cokmel timothj I. wniinma proel
i dent of the BrooklMi Hapid Tr-insl
Comparo. and tifx-rR?' I?. Yfiiimni it
j ? oun.seI hurried over to tho offices o
the Publi' Ser\ iee ("'ommissi'ii yeeter
day aft'jrnoon v. hen they luard of th?
hitch. They were much agitated, bu
? viould not talk of the latest develop
I ment in th? aituafion. The Hrookiyr
j Rapid Transit Company is now payini
1 H?00l,000 a month in interest for monej
i borrowed to cany out the propootM
j contracts. It \s said by th??se In a poet?
j lion to nhow that it ?win not continu? tt
? can) thi? load nhould the ?onttact? b<
held up for any extended r*-i\o? ol
tim?^. If it ^ithdraus. th?5 ?Mitlr<
SllH?m?: will have to be re?:? nstn.i-led.
Gould Deniet Sale Offer.
Mi. Go ild femp?batl?oall> denied I*??'
? night that hf had ??/eri-d to sell hll
j Urge stork holUlnga in the Manhattan
' to the Interborougli at IT."? The mar
I k??t price of the ?took is now IK
'A story has com?1 from aaveral
laotircee thai you have otYerfcd vour
,tock to the Interbovoiigh at 175," Mr.
? ?iould was told.
?I have not ofieied o^ B?tOch lor *ale
Iat any pHot." Oat president of the Man?
hattan replied. "So one is qualilied *o
make a sugg? stion that my stock is for
T. L chadbouinc. peiaonal cotmael
for Mr. tiould, said his ? lient had aaked
' him for an opinion on the ? ertiflcat.?sa
'and that he had advised agalm?t th.-ir
?acceptance He would not fire the
?grounds for hin opinion unle.-a Mr.
i Gould would consent to his h 'ng
them. ?Mr. (iould refused to gt." *lK??e
ground?. He said the opinion v..? I
'I have no disposition to hold up lUo
contracts for an increased transit ?<;r
vicc in this cit>,'' said Mr. Gould. Lui
il h clearb my duty a? p*ro>gldeM ol
j the Manliattan Uallway Coiujanj ?o
I protect ?the interests of the stocklu.id
ers of that corporation. I agreed with
the opinion of Mr. Chadboume that the
certificates did not ?ufticiently saio
guard the interests of our atockhol<kre.
I peraonally took tho opinion of my
counsel before our directors and they
agr.'^d tt-lth me. '
Mr. Gould an1 members of his i -.ru
ily r.re the largest stock holders in the
( sat ?nurd on fifth l>"ge. <?er?na?l ?oliuun.
"?aim Beach. Miami. Cuba anti Panama,
via Atlantic ?"oast Line. Leave New vori:
I3:2g neon. Ail ?ttel electric lighted I'ull
mana Fmu* tra?ne?dallj UlS Broadway.?
Advt. ?i I
Hi SAY, I SAYS
Garment Striker Asserts Hej
Carried Out Their Bidding j
in Murdering Alert
?Factory Operator's Daughter
One of Prisoners -Goaded
by Fear of Jail Before
He Killed Steinboiff,
i Declares Wagner.
Marry Wagner, ? gtliking buttonhole
maker, POfffposed to T.uci.ip R, Pr??? kin?
LrMge, .-m Assistant District /.tterney,
I yesterday, thai i>e killed Abraham
Btelnberg, gecret-gry of hie union, bul
asserted thai he ?rag forced into the
murdei '?- g greup ?it manufacturtni
oontractora for one <>i ?rhora ho
I had formerly irorfcH Two men snd -
la'omsn were si-rested late lesterds:
gfternoon a!? a reaull of Waginer"g ? '??r
snd further arrests ar.? sss?eted.
1 Abraham Plalkopf? who Ihres .it tie
ill Bldrtdga gtre-st and hae g factory
.it No. H8 V'ast Mil gtreet, '?as one of
those arrestsd. Ths ehargo is homicide.
Flulkopfg daughter Anna \? a m also er*
r.-Mted on a charge at being en acres
geyry after the fa? t. The third prtSOIfCT ir
i..?ms Weinstein, .-.f Ko. 1177 Bas! Sen
York svenue, Brooklyn, Ms ?? ?? ? ? ed
Sieinl?erg was ghot January 7 Bl the
union headquarters, si Ne 108 Uni?
? ersity 1'ln.-?\ Mr? <ii?-d 1:? l Saturday, i
Wsgncr s*ss srrestcd ?rlth g ???-?.oivt
in ni.? band Immediately offer ths i
?-hooting. Hs told the ?lets lives he
ghot Btelnberg becatise the .?n'on ?.i
Acial ha?-! insulted big erlfe,
festeren.? Wagnei ivas ssamln?*d bj |
Mr. Breckinrtdge. <?: the Dtotrtcl At
tornees lionn? Id?? bureau for Ihre?
hour-, lie t-i 1U.-cl ?rlllinigly .<n?l showed
a r'tniirl'iihlc m-i.ior? toi detaHa 1h>
murder, he said, wag ?? dire?*! resell of
the gall? m ?v?**rki ris' nrfka
Had Crippled Contractera,
?tell h>?-**, he ,,i.i, had bees fuhtinr
tli?: ? ?'iitr.i' f'?r.v Btelnberg \*..,nt?-*d to
compel 'he inanufSiHurcn to d??ai di- I
ttsetry e Uh the unions instead ol
thtvug'.i the contra?.ti-r.- H-* had met
?? tth conaidersUle .?uc?-?--**. and as a
re .??M of '?ic vtrike -several Contr*?ct?*TS I
i vero ?Inven ?-.'it of bin-in?' I
"<jgn?r ?e?.i ,.:. sitik.? erith the real
of the garment workers. Steinberg ?
found him WOT- hut Wagner .?aid lie I
vai paid Ism than hi old ?es#i iiti.i '
f.itind it tHAeult te support bimset! .?..?
his young "if He sent to Steinberg,
who (old hm? ti-.:t it h?- didn't want to
?tick to th" unioi lie oouM Z" ..'?t o'.?i
Then w.ignei " ? ?.'. t" -? former em?
pi-.; er. a contractor
Why don't >ou put this lulion Stein?
berg out of thg way-croak hini '."' In
Ha;, s was the Musrsr'-sti?,.n ina.l?' t?. him
by the eninl0] ? i
Uagner ?\ent h??in? .?nd thought 11
lover. Thfe:* he ?.nd hi received .-? mee
[ssge fr.?m another contractor, and sreni
t.. gee him * itangshot arm handed us
I iiim and h?*? irai ..i..?i.d. bg mid, ?.
' ko out Mid do up Steinberg If b
did cripple ths Monetary i?>i lifs , o
jury in Kew Vorn would i onviet lum
wfcsn he mid the story of his hardships,
?if was told, h? hank Me took the
-.lungshot. bui lacked the COUrog? to
Threat ef Pn??n.
Then Wdgner reined another niea
! aage. ho said, and went to sog anot?? i
Icontracter, who. he said, gavs htm Um
j money to buy a re?***4v<**r. He ?uu to
i Jt-rsey City and got thg weapon Inn
?after further thought took it back to
j the man who gu\ g him the mon? > ?-._.:? -
?ng he could-n??t n?rvc hlmsslf t?. ?lo the
I Job. Then be ??in told. I?. gald, that if
i he did not do u bs would llnd blmsell
! in priison. as the i ontractors were In
1 p?sssssten of two checks which he had I
'forged. VTagrfer ?-?nd he had forged j
I the check-;. Driven i>> ths fear of|
I prison, he vi?nt to tin union beedqtiai i
t-r.s and gfeOt Steinherg. be ?Je.lur??!.
His wif?\ ?Wagner said. ? ??uid furnish
corrobor?t Ion of much <?f his story.
Mr. Bieckinridgv haa had < etc? lives j
I looking for her for .se\?r??l daya but
| they have not been able to lii her.
According to Wagner. Anna l'lulkopf
?carried BMSSagag to him regarding the
! slot. Some of these message?-!, he said.
srON delivered to him in the Jefferson
Market prisen, where he was locked up, I
I harged with assault, until the death of
SUlnberg. on Saturda*,. The messages
'directed him to maintain silence, lie
said Yesterday Wagner was r??
manded to the Tombs b] ?Coroner F. m- j
Mr. Breckinrnigc iias larastlgated i
several of the Statements made by
! Wagner and hae been able to substan?
tiate him in several point!?. Further
'investigations will be made to-daj,
FIRST AS SIXTH OFFENDER
Frisoner Indicted for Carrying
Weapons May Oet Life Term.
.lo: epli Leon, forty-one > ears old, was
indicted yesterday a? a gtstli offender
for carrying concealed ?reeSSQg and tor
Krand larceny. He *\ill answer to the
indictments to-day before Judge Mul
gasea, snd If he pleads guilty or is con?
victed he may be sentenced to prison
for life aa an haoituul criminal.
> it la said to he the firm casi? where
any one ha- been indicted as a ..Ixtn
offender. In 1909 "Humpy" Jackson, the
gang leader waa indicted as n fourth nf
Uli: DISCOVERER OF TUBERCULOSIS CURE.
Left, Charles E FSnlay; right, Dr Friedrich Franz Eriedmann.
WONT ACCEPT MILLION
Will Demonstrate Tuberculosis Cure Without
Incentive of Rich Prize?Government
Representative Meets Him.
f'riedrfeh Fran/ Krie-iui ir.n th?* rn'i-'-i
?heralded Berlin phyalcUut ?Vlth a sut*.
for t ib? r. ulot - arrived in "thla city
? ?? t-i.i.? ...? -... Kronprtnsevein Ce?
Imm?diat? lj after the ship doch? I ?'
the Ni.'-iii German Lloy-j i- ? i In H??
[b-ohea and th? preltrnlnarle? <?f landini
were n\.r th? doctor, in company wltb
I hla ? (HI'pati'oti . ?)? a ,"i s 1 >r Har y
1 Benjamin aleo of B? rlln, and hla 9? -
r? tar-, l'li?t !. s ?i? Vidal II indi ??? hO
w.i- form? *1y ?? ?'hn-ag?? newei -i -
I man ?nd ba* recentlj .been ?r hik a*
! th? Berlin rorreanondent of a Sow
Tori new ?paper, cam? ashore.
Charlea k ?nnlay, a*ho la reeponal?
| Lie for tli? doctor'? \i-ii. and baa
I brother, l?r. Arthur C. H. I'n? ?Itnann.
[were on hand el ti?-- pier t?> meet biro.
[The pariy ?i?iart.?l In Mr, Plnlaya
automobile for '?in?*' ctty, and aftei
ehori -ta? .it iii, w.iidori thej a ui
?ull.. llv t.? til? Lotus ?Mill?, wll'.iv 1?-.-.
Ki i' dmann talked to th? aewepapor
I'poii the arrival of the party Or.
? Arthur IViadtnann, acting as ?polt pa
i man for his brother, announced that he
! had d?ci?l-'.l nut to accept the tnlllion
I doiiai- offer which Mr. Pleuay had
made Mi. Finla\ . onllrmed the an*
niiuii? ? m-'iit. laying lie had no in'orest
whate'.rr in Dr. I "nedniaiins , uiv now
that he h.i?i been tioceeeful in ??ring
in;,* h.rn to Ibt* country.
ii. made the further ?naount-'.-ment
[thai the United si.it?. s Qovernment
j had taken ofBi lal r? *-o?*t'iii..n of the
?claim o? Dr. Friedmann t-? the diacov?
.i .?i a ? ure f"i tuberculotig, ?> hen
bj Hi? ..nier ?>i iii? ?urgeon a-eneruL a
phyalclan of th? Cnited states Merina
II.,-pit.il .?'ni''?'. Dr. Milton II. Kostet-,
was ?-i? ?ii ? lo ihm..! il), ?biniaii phj -
! ?k'Ian "ti lu s ait i\ al
Ai at i- .picst of the ?.-v. minent ?
.surg?em. Dr. Friedmflti. *r*?*T half an
hour?, inference ??'oarii the ?famship
?on the trip tip from Quarantine, eon
?ented to turn rjrer a ?i'tantity of his
? ?ben uhiMs i..!? ?in to i?e tooted by Um
?gOVOrnm nt and to ?i?*-tnonstraie rha
? (lic.icv of his i ure '"?tore ph] si? i.tns
1 ??i th? hoepltaj aenrlce. n? agreed to
tn?^et a la-borato*?**? expert of the ?JOV
? nuii'iit in thi.s ?ity to-morrow fo ar
rangi tor th?- ?iem??n-tration.
Dr. Frtedxnui n said If the management
!?? \V.,|i'?.if would ?furtiisi, liini ?with
the n : -??.'i of neat be would he abia
11-..'h <?; tin? a '?r four days to begin
|th? trcatni'iit ...i tuberculosis of ail
I pe??-?<<n--. who might ?VV-. to him. Ho
Ii npc?ta m tho n-?xt day or two fo o'o
, tain <iuart??r-- in ?one of the city ho-pi
Ital '? ben he can p|g?cc patients under
Defin?ale Statement of Trtatmant.
*!'i?. doctor laid si?a; -ue>- on the
lion-toxic chare t?-?i of tho g?rtn which
he uiiee In hla treatment L'pon hi-mc
.. ? d i?? ?give .1 definite statement as
[to what his treatment coneiatod of he
[replied through bla interpreter as fol
it i? an inn? cuous. non-? irulent. \
\\\ mg tuborculoeia bacillus ?derived from
untie The original turtle ??from
? n Cb th.*" Burins were taken **>as found
about im?- yoojrg ago in th? land of
Ital; auffOring witb apontaneotoe tuber?
. ?:i, ale. i diacovered ahoftly afterward
(lui the ?urtle baciUue i? never vii-u
! in m?antionlng the erlttciaro? ol uia
brother German phyal?lanf upon the
.?'tth of die treatm? nt l'or tubcrculosiaJ
, i,. explained that they could not under
latand bpn he -could deal with ?a live
. ii.i.illus without ca Wring danger lo the I
patienta Involved "Jly treatment .? j
original." he ?aid. and that la what j
i ?un i un? ?J un ?Aft Ii pa???, ?.?".mili 4-olmiiii.
FOREIGN AIRSHIP AN "AD"?'
Terrible Suspicion Begins to
Gain Ground in England.
Itiv Cable to Th? Tribune I
London. Feh. 2d.?-Cvarybod] a am ing
It! !'ort.sniouih nd Ipswich are the
latest plaies to be visited by In invi?
terions ?airship, which certainl) is most
?Musi-ie. II has heen seen more or less
i ireuinstantiallv at l'o\?i. Yarmouth,
BrtotOl. t'anlitt. Ai'eiy-iwv th S?-li-y,
S. arhorotigh ?nd vaiiOUa other placet m
the lust two months, ttwayg appearing
at night, its -daytime rooetlng place is
as great a my st?er> as Ita ownership.
?Some folks feat tins fair land is lieing
?gpied Olli by tiernians. lotigii why
Uernians .should go to the trouble of
Irving to survey a, country by night,
when the) ? an tuiv beautifully in?
formativ?? ordnance maps cheap!} "at
all booksellers." is one of those things
the scaremongers forget to explain
About three y??ars e.go there was a
similar epidemic <?f "ageing airships."
Mysterious hchts were s?-eii in the sky
everywhere, and when popular interest
in the buelneea ?had been keyed up to
the proper pitch toe myetory wig re?
ygal?d u the edvertlging stunt ?>f an
enterprising llrni of automobile Uro
makers. Already wise ones are 1,0
gmning to suspect.
DENY EMILIO MADERO SHOT
Monterey Reports Story of Kill?
ing Is Untrue.
Laredo, Tox.. Feb. ??.">.?A telegram
i.-K'ived hen? late to-night from Mon?
terey denier that BmdUo Mad?-ro hud
been ?hot near that city, ?-?.?- reported in j
.1 diepatok from M?-?-ieo City. '
Everything i?*? ouite ta the vicinity of
Monterey, according to the dispatch j
WHAT WOULD JULIUS SAY?
Ohicago Thieves Even Steal
Sheriff's Bail Bonds.
i By 1? legrapli to The Tribune |
Chicago. Feb. '?\~ Burglars forced an
entrance to ihe Criminal Court Dulld
Ing and looted the Sheriff's office curly
to-day. Ronda for bail totalling *"?A000
Wars atolen, together with gold
wat-heo, gold sturs. money, handcuffs,
I and even leg irons.
The desks of fifty deputies were
broken Into and the d?jor of the vault
ti recked. Five hundred stibpcrnas madu
out for the -uinm"nln^ of witnesses
also were taken.
The !-af"?.i r. ?nccly lor '?oughs ? ??? OoldSig
?lie '?re ono Ad?mson's Botanic Balsam.
Brother of Dead President Re?
ported Shot While Trying to
Join Northern Rebels
HUERTA DISAVOWS REVENGE
Scatters Rewards Among Pol?
lowers. Orders Diaz's Portraits
Restored and Declares His
Government Will Not Be
One of Retaliation.
Me-.no MMfv. r-Vr?. 23.*-E,nil!0 M*?
dero. ? I?r.ith<*r of the late e\.Presiden?
.Madero, has r??en phot and kill?*! north
of .Mont?*re>. ae.ording to reliable tn*
format ion ?ngoetved here.
With en f'?''ort of t!ii;?i\ -five m?n
Madero, ii is said, waa tr> ing to luir
tlie rebel-; holding I .a redo when 1??* mh;
<?\"ri:?Kei? by ?mops tent 1?:' ?"???nera
Tre\it,o. Tlie t-port?? do not indica?'
whether Madero ?mi- kill??! In arth'r
or was e\??ct|ted. The .?hooting too'i
place between Villa?l.ima and Pa la?
As ?the rabel leader in the Lar??do d?
trifft, ??eronitno Vlllarea'. is a nartisar
of ??.?neril Tr**-, Ino. ?lie government
experte that the trouble in that vlclnJtj
Will 80011 be itdjusted.
?Emilio Madero, with his brother Raoul
began a counter revolution at Sat
Pedro, in the Slat.? of ?'oahuil.i. a fe*
?I.?- i ego in tue c\|-?e??tati?jn of uniting
tin? rebele about Saltillo with flioi'e If
llie L;ire?|?, ?listrtct.
The flight of Eintaste Meilen* aail
ri-aiD'is-cii M.idcro. un??ie and fhtber ??
the (at? Preetdent, b?*<*ame kiw-rvn hetn
only t.?-night. Krneit.? ttntttTA, it w.i;
rhart*d tn government cir?-|es. ha?i at?
teiuptc^i to indu'-e the troops to Join ir
i neu revolt, and orders Tvere i-nstjej <q
hi? arr. t
No Retaliation. Say? Huerta.
Iftiertt inatota that inn -?ill n??i 1-e i
**ov?nani*?enl of inali-.t.on or revenge
but 4?, ill de\ote its energ' to pl.i??a?i'i?
th-*^e persone mildly antagonittl?- ar.?
Bternly r*pre99?lag it? aetive eii?mries.
Aa irdi?-->.M;.g the -imenty of ?
President, most of ?toaa? ?tho ??efe ef?
ranted imm?diat.ely after the overthroB
id Madero hnve been ?sj|?jag?rrl amo? ?
t'.i-.ni Tt i i Sanchez Az-ona. Mad'*-? :
An amnesty proc'diiution has baa*
gent hioailcaa!. Tltc government ha'
..ot forgotten ?o ?xteiid tewardr*. As i
(?eneral Hu?**rt* long re?ent**?.i th-, fait*
ore of ?uiiif of big oomtwniona In an n
to receive promotion and eince lile i ?
?umption o? power itgtw ?tip: pavi
been beetoa'ed on auraei*ou? olHceea
Ar.iorg tli???]'? thU* honoicil i? ?Joloi.??
Dia-* uriiaz. Keliv Diaz s chief ItatJti ..
ant at \ era Cruz. He ha? been '<??
niot?o,] from the military ppt?KHi tint a
promoted to general, anij n.-mrd .?i
con.mandant of Vtra I'ruz.
General Angeles Released.
??cueral Angel?*?. U'hoae rein? tame t<
join In the movement against Madex
t- lUlted in his arrest lia? b? en released
anil, it is ?-.?id, aill retire.:
h\o?otto Reyes Minister pf Juhi>.??
?rill probaoly retire from the Cabir-?
80 that he may 'je free to conduct oh
onn campaign fog the Presldeney. *.
ifci on is cjrre.nt that he has had a di ?
agreement with President ?Tumi?
Rey?*? denies this, however, and ?a? i
that If ho retirea it u III b? on acc?un
of private business-.
The Zapatista problem confront?.i
the new administration la assumtr.i
much the same form as during th?
various previous periods of unrosc
Representative? of Genevevo de la Q
reckoned the fiercest and most blood?
thirsty of the Zapatista leaders, ha' ?
submitted to the Department ot the In?
terior a basis for an agreement oi
which the force? under him will gut*
The principal come ?--?ion this rtbti
leader demanda ia the removal of Pa?
tricio Leyva. Governor cf the State ol
Moivlos. a Maderista incumbent, an?
the substitution of a man acceptable t?
the rebels. He aleo demande the recog?
nition of all grades of chief? and self
appointed officials of the rebel com?
While an elf on n?a> l?e made to pla.
cate tlie rebel*?, the matter ol the Got
ernorahip is regarded as impractica il??
and it is doubtful if the other point!
can be adjusted readily. It Is certa,.?
that M great sums of money will b?
used to bring; about the surrender, at
?vas tlie case during the last adminis?
Hope for immediate p?a?.e in MeKiei
is slight. Rebel activity in the nor?.l
has increased. Whether the rebela
whose cintre is the State of Coahui',.
have increased numerically is not gen?
erally known, but they have ?o o in?
ducted their operations already that
communication with the f routier hat
been stopped, that region between La.
r?*do and San Luis Potos? being pracil
In the ?outh the Zapatlbtas continu?
burning and raiding, and an attack oi
a military train between Ozuraba agi
Mexico City leaves little room ' foi
doubt aa to their attitude toward tn?
new administration. The attack on Chi
? train wus of the ordinary ambush type
The train was stopped by a burned ???a
bridge, and tho fighting continued f?
more lhan ti\o hours.
For?es 8ent South.
The government has cent for??)
? southward toward CuernaVaca, alohl
?the line of the Central Railway, a *t**gt