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16 PAGES. * * PRICE ON h CbIN 1 y elsewhere two cent?.
Friedrich Franz Friedmann and
Retinue Disappear, Where,
No One Knows Just
HOTEL ASKED THEM TO GO
Sample of Tuberculosis Cure
Sent to Commissioner Led
erle, but Board Stands by
Its Decision Regarding
Or Friedrich Fianz PYledmann, ful?
filling Iha predictions of several day?
a?o, departed from th? Waldorf?As?
torin jreatarday, ?between E and I "'?loci?,
?lth.-ut leaving any word ?a t.? his
... f-tination. and ii was said there la?!
night that they did not Know whether ?
h? went out of town to ? r? ' m ? ?1 I
fi another address h? i ?
Th?*- ?physician's folng wa? th? ? ?? t
lesult. it would seem, t.f the Wald
Astoria's raquea* that ha nuke it ?
to the j?ubii? that he would no! rece h
pnticnts at the hoto!, in thia regard
?iscar Tachlrky, th?? mannt;.: It
this statement > esterday morning
"W? are running a hotel for healthy j
people and n<>t p sanatorium. Then?
poor unfortunates ulm attempt to Be?
Dr. Friedmann have lu?, n mingling *.vith i
our gnests, and there i- general dla? ,
?satisfaction. In spite <?f the ?guards
posted about the hotel i,, Intercept au h
persons, theae people have eluded our
aaaplayeB, ao to-day. through regular
?hatn?ris, i >r ?Friedman-- waa asked o
vacate his apartments'
Liter Um ?statement tras iii"?iirie,i h
Ts hirky, who --aid that he had n I
ask?*?-; r>r. F*il?nlinsnii t?. c.-i. bin ha?l
represented to him that he must an?
nounce medical headquartera i'i boon
other place, h*- patrons obje-cted to 'lie
presence of Buff? r?
Much ?secrecy attend? d the d< parture.
?Soto? of the baggagi i - sen! to tj'-''
?7?>'n! Qrand, an apartment houae .?t :
f?o, ist Claremoni avenu?., whlci
m - ' il.? ?i?? Vidal? !
Hundt. R?verai packages and hand
were carried away by th? germ|
? ? red, hit bro! hei. Dr. Arthur ? '. !
H Friedmann; hi? secretary, .1?' Vidal?
Hundt, and Dr. Benjamin. They gavi
im forwardli c addrea i< ihi hotel
-11 " i ? '
Gets Sample of Germs.
During the dar* Dr. ESruesl -i bs?
derle. Commissioner of Health, r? ? ? ? :
:? aample of th? turtle germ culture.
He turn? il II ovei to hla experta who
will mal?., bacteriological teati Dr.
Ledei I? said:
when i ?had a talk with Dr. Fried- j
m.-?nn a fe? days airo he promised to:
?end th. departmenl the material I
which he uses. That which was re- j
reived to day ?ma ? ?part "f hla promise.
Thla material \> ill no! be used in an)
i link testa."
The Health Commissioner waa anx?
ious t?. ?lispell th<? impreaalon thai the
ret :<ai of hla advisory board to alio?
rllntca] testa a'aa a condemnation of
:he remedy, but h" Wlterated thai In
neither the Riverside no? Otlavllla ??'"
?torta would the turtl? bacclllua
?? ?? .
There b Btill ;< dlaposltlon among I
BSiBPhitB "f th?* County Medical ?So? let) .
"?? .?s?iM Dr. I'riedmann to prove ih?, .
werth of his tmrs. ?me said yesterday
'hat lie had be n trying In vain ?all
?lay to obtain an interview tu outline
to tlie germ dis? ov.-i? r a plan by win' h
he might have the opportunity to use.
8B8 of th? city's hospitals. Up "? Q
late hour last nignt r?r. Frifdma.iu
had not ? f.minnnicattd with his Biottld?
This Morning's Sews.
SuffiaKiBts Win ?Battle of Words. X
Dr. ?Triadmann Quits Waldorf. i
'on'ract (.'oveieij Up Ore ?RsbatSS. - 5 1
Thaw Case Up To-<lay. 5 i
?'?i Trail Of ?OBS Mom Inspect''!. ?
l?acitig Antis to right ?Betting. 6,
' aruso Limps Into ?'ourt. 6|
Big I-rop in Hospital Wl.isKty. ?
'.'ourt ?Braaka Eckert Will. 7 j
?sabarey ?Fight Centlnasd.?**
Wngham i(.r Draatic Police Chang?...Ml
Tammany Bulll ?m Graft. Is C?arg?..lt
Mis. Belmont Urge? PoHe?woin?n....M|
B?l??i D?po??d ?a state Boaa". 1
SrUsoa ?Bars i">) Hunt??. *
l'un?.? lain National OOSUnlttM Meets 2
I'tnierr.-iii? Discord la Banste.2
Deaaoerata Beared by ??atravagance.? aj
?bine! ? inlcera Sworn la. 3 j
IVllsans ni White House. 8j
?alaer Ho?! "i Indians.4). ?
Titft on tli.? <???!1 Links. .-. 3 j
talsei Appoint?? Highly I'aid. ?I
"Ptional Home Rala fot Cltl?M. 6
v'httkey AM? Harvest?! Bal??. 6
Sufftag?- Parad? i *t * ? t ?*- Begun. 7
v**imr ?Ho? ?Denied by Dr Taylor.... 7
Btlhrall i h lus t.? Produce ifischsage 13
Upton B?nda ?Challenge for ?Cup. 1
Hia Paakharal Breaba i>o^>?. ?t
?"Sixty-four Drosrs in ?'?dllsioii. 4 ?
?Starvation Killed In Mertz. 4?
Vev i 'retail Opera Praduood.??? 9
Sonoia Prepared for War. 9
News for Women. 7
I dltorlal . 8
I*ioel?ty . g
Music . 9
1 ???ituary. 9
SP?r*? .10 and 11
?"?lUnelal and Markets... .11, 13 an?l 13
Ar|b> and Navy.14
NO PEANUTS IN HIS CAGE I
Marshall, Much Disturbed by Crowds of
Visitors, Wants Isolated Desk?James
Too Fat for Senate Seat.
Washington, March ?"?? Hundreds of I
Inaugural visitors who thronged Into
\'i?'e-F>ri'.si?Jf Tit Marshall's office t??-U.iv :
go disturb?*-?? tii? equilibrium ?>f Hie
Vlce*P**esldent'i first day of official du?
tics thai he hag determined to n*k lor
:t room in the Senate office bull-ding
wh?r. he can "put his foot "i? the desk
.uni gmoke .? cigar in peace."
The vice-president'! Binde offl ?
room adjoins ?>n?- of the main eorrldoi -
near the ?Senate, ..n?J through long cus
ton its door remains open to the public,
Mr. Marshall found that be had to ?i?;
business In full ?-low of the passing
roirds, a*hl? h frequently surged In ? ?i i
demanded the visitor's prerogatlv? ??t
i don t see thai this room dlffi ? * |
I mm h from a monkey ?age," said tin?
Vice-President, "?except that the ttlw
Horn do not offer me any peanuts."
The Vice-Presidrnt managed to main?
tain his dignity, but he contided to
friends that h?> was determined to gti
a "retiring room" Where he COVld BO?
J03 a little privacy.
Another ? bangs D?scsosary in senate
a? ? omm-odatkMiSi to meet the domamla
"f th<? n?\\< umei s. |g u special chair for
Senator Olli?' M. .lames, of Kentucky,
v. h.? snjoyg the distinction of being the
biggest man in the Senate. Mr. James
found the al nu hairs used |.y ot'c i*
Senator* ''crowdod btm t?.?? mucn."
Senator Penrose, the other giant >.f th?
Senate, has << spe< Hal si/<* eltalr, anil
.' new one of the ?.ame dbnensloni bus
i'? h ordered for Senator Jamas.
CHALLENGE ON WAY I
FOR AMERICA'S CUP
Sir Thomas Upton Admits ^
Will Try Once More to
"Lift" Famous Trophy.
STICKS TO DEED OF GIF
Nicholson to Design Shamroc
IV in Accordance with the
Rules Governing These
Races in Past.
???? i., .- -.,
London, Man h 5.?Str Thomai Li
ion ha* di i Ided t?. on? e more gratl
his lifelong ambition to vln the Am?"
" S'a Cup \ ? hall? tic.- |,.f, Knglar
one wu?k ago to-ds) on the Ocesnl
due in Neu fork to?morrow.
Contrary to hia "ft ropeatod doclan
lion, he has not challenged undei tl
universal rule, but under the old nil?
laid <i'\mi in the deed <<f gift Tl
challenge is going .n the name of"tl
R? Sl [Jlgtei Yaiht ?Slab and rOf)U?Sl
.1 race be heir- m September, 1914.
Plan? slreagy ?have been prepared f<
boat, win' h >? ill i-.?? built h
Charl-ea E. Ni?'bols?n, of Southsmptoi
' .? I he Shamro? h IN', it \<. i
t;.K?- nearly twelve months before ah
i- : ? .??iv for trial
In an Intervle? to-da? s Ith Th
Tribune rorrespondeatf. Ml Thorns
Lipton ?smphatkslly denied the suggei
linn that he ?had Insisted ?-?n ra?.in
under the universal rule He aid:
"I challenged under ?lie rules stlpu
lated m the deed "f gift, which role
I've alwaya sailed und?er in rscea fo
the .Ani<ri'a's ("up."
But," it uns suggested, "II wa
generitlj understood that you had dc
elded to insist upon th.? universal ml
before racing again To this he re
"That's bo, but seeing It's non toi
years since I have iia?l a race, i in
-"?? that the American people ?h w?|
as the British hsve n?? desire to see th?
. up gel mould:?' for ?rani <>f an-otb-ei
race If any one ha?l coms al?n? ?lur
iuK the Issl t'-n years .?nd offered t<
challenge I t".t < nly would h?vc stool
?-i.ie, but would bava don? "--.hat wat
possible to help. I felt II WOOld be nc
use to (?su- a challenge un-ttor the uni
versal nil?'. BO I thought it best U
make un? moro try under th? rules ot
th? deed "f Grift. Then if ? <b. 'in the
. up it ?rill ?be without ?having ?ask?*,
any favors or b?ing undei any obiiRH
"1 nm looking forward win. the
greatest pkasnre to ra?*ing in B?pt-?m?
li?r. lull. I bav? always rcceived a
square <)??;?i from my Anwrlcan fi ??--mi?.
i<nil if eve? there bas boon a mistake
made in connection with my ?racing on
the otiu-r Bide ?if the Atlantic It always
bus been in my favor.
"It will he my privilege, eighteen
months heac?, to nic?t noun- of the beat
sportsm? n in the world, and I f?el sure
that, whatever the result may be, I will
?get what I have always re? civ.-d?the
\t-ry best treatment."
Whin asked the si/.e ami type ?f his
new yacht Sir Thomas said:
'Am gorry, but i cannot divulge tiie
?details, as ?' would be dlscourtsous to
the New v??rk facht Club to <i?> s?? be
to?/? the challenge is received. H is
now on board the Oceanic an inter?
esting ?oiiu-?b-n? ' as it was tin- game
Bteamer which conveyed mv lam ac?
cepted ? bullen?.".
?Th? ?l'-sign?'!' of my new boat,
Chartes Nteholaon, has i??'?-n building
sume Of Hi' best rating yachtg in tin
world during the last f?w years. Me
believe* ?h? has designed a j-reat ra< inK
? r.-ift for m<- i ?shall call M the Sham?
roch IV, f'"- although i airead) have
had four Blmmrocks, I reserved the
numeral IV for 'his boat!, as i ttelteva
in lucky f<?iir-i?-af?-d shamro? ka i bav?
my two "'?'? racing captains available,
but expect that Captain Sycamore will
muI th?- challenger."
su- Thoaaas iagr?tt?d that he would
,,,,, .?iijiiy lb?* pteasure again of having
Captain l'?arr in charge ??f Ibe definibr. j
H?? ?aid a more capable and i?ett?r man
nr-\??r stooil ?m tli? dock <?' a ya? lit th in
i.jst season Sir Thomas Uploo va
six out of Sight International race? .n
I iiiiliniird on ?i??h P-g? fifth column
DAZED BY BURNING OPIUM
Customs Men Destroy Seized
Drug Valued at $50,000.
Boston Mu I. ?"? F '.f burn iig
op h ted a! more than $TiO,Oi 0
Threw a BJ 'il ' ' ' I M BB 0%'CT
pant., ??f oflli ? - ii? the v i' Inll "I I
government Appraiser's Stores to?day.
Even paaaeraby experienced Bom?
fe, i from Hi' 'l;ug, ?in1' ' istoma ? ...
pjoj ??- vi ? isIbI . In d? i tro* Ing th?
-? ufl In a fui i.'f ?* fan i;, i?-? l? ?I under '
The opium \? as ??ai ; ??f .? ? onti.?
'ot gathered in one hundred raidi m.?lc
by Surveyor Edward '?? Qravt
Massa husetta and Rhode Island.
ROCKEFELLER IS HUNGRY
But Not Because He Cannot
Eat All He Wants.
H ': '''j-t-i: ' ?
Sea Breeae ?Pla., Mar? h ? > The >pre*i ?
slenl Impression thai John D i.
teiirr eannol ?*,??? is apparentl] rill
foundation 11 ?rai learned to da; .??
the Hotel Clarendon her< ?her? Mi
Rockefeller la ata* ing
r??r breakfaal he usual!* a* ? itm?al
lamh ?rhoda, haked potato ?toaal and
milk for luncheon, clam broth i
eold rhJcken, toaal and rk*e p dding;
for dfnnsr, oyatera ? om ornan
i.?nsi ? in- ken i ' ? 11 m.?' h .-H,,! I ?
"M".??; peopl? eel loo much, ?aid ..!?'.
Rockefeller to-ds?, "Sly Iheor? i lo
get u|i from Hi- t.il-'le a little hungi
By following thlh ml? he i?. halo ;,n.|
heart-, at Bt '. ?*nt; ihr'? and nelghfl 1WJ
GOVERNOR REHEARSED BOW
Goldsborough Practised Salute
to Wilson for a Month.
''? ? ' ? 7 ? .b j. - Bureau
??aahlngton, March ? inside Infor?
matiot, recardln?; th? Chesterfieldiati
nlutathn. ?"hielt Governor Philllpa i?.
OoMaborough ?-f Maryland ?*i??'.?i the
Presiden! yesterdsy, and srhlch excited
much admiration and comment, has
been acquired irr.m .-, aoun e, the au?
tiienti? it?? of n hi? h cannot be que??
An th<- debonair Oovernor of Marx?
lan?l, riding Bl the head of his staff,
approached the stand occupied by the
Presiden! h? doffed hla hal ?noi sf all
In the Sulaertan style, bal quietly and
nnostentattously placed II lusi m.-r
the lower lobe .-f the lefl lung; ami. ju t
as he 'ame opposite President IVllson,
bowed with grace an?! ease, swaying
Just enough. an?l n?.t too much, from
the ?ralst. Th?- ?rhote gel ?immediately
elicited applause, and man.? encomiums
? ere heard later.
To-fia;. b ?friend ol Mr?. Qoldsbor?
onjfh told her of the admiration ?rhtch
her husband'a ?graceful aalutatlon had
'I'm very glad," she replied, "bul
then 'Phil* ought to have done it well.
He baa been practising thai boa i.?
for?' th'- ?glasa every day for a full
BURNS BLAMES PAPERS
"Cause of Suffragette Dis?
order"?Hits American Press.
|H\ CSS!? to Th? Tnl.unr I
London. .Mai? h ?. .lohn Hurns, d',r
ingr a apeech to-nlgbl at a mooting at
Islington, ?hiie uuards were ejecting
iw?, disturbing mai?' supportera of the
BUfflagStteS, said thai BUCh ?list *nl\
.?uiei-s were th-- result of th?? "stuff" the
nowspspen had published, r.ntn in
the speech he --aid :
"The |ires*? of lint? ? OUntl ? 1- mu?
tating the American uewspsper, which
h.is so Had ?againal public men. .s., slan
darad them, that few ?le, .-nt minded
men ara trilling to ko into public iif?? in
America, if the prassni ?campaign "f
caJumny continu?? this countrj ?rill
t-nd in ' n i' nsglsel find ?ornipilon. for
it will repel from puhllc _\f_ t|lf. acnaf
the. kindly and ?Taspsctahle men who
formerly Berved their fsllo*s citiseM."
LEVI P. MORTON VERY ILL.
Led P. Moi ton. onee Vler-IVesident of
the United Mat. s .?ml former ?Jovernor
of ffSW York ami praaMsnl of the Morton
Trn?t Compsny, Is in a critical condition
at his home, No- Ml Plfth avenue He? hu.??
been BSflSUSly HI for several ?lav-, ami
ve.nrdav aft? i noon Dr Hermann M.
UlSli??. his physician, announced that his
condition was unchanged
PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON
Phot-ographed ?? his desk in the White House yesterday, his first working day as Chief Executive of the
Wim FOB LEADER:
SULZER THROWN D0W?
Murphy Agrees at Patronag
Conference Senator Should
GOVERNOR A BIT PETULAN"
Bi?-*- Boss of the Organisatioi
Calls Leaden Together to
Find Out Jn-;f How Hr
Stands for Pluma.
W -' Iilngton. M a? h 5, Governor Sul
/? ? who ? -mi. ?Jo??i i" \\ ? hingtoi
? Ith Hm ? Hying snd hin tnwn* man?
rampant) went hack to Sent York to
night < m? ? k .?ml ? h.? i- m d m.in. II?
ha?l I?? ?il ??? ? all "?i I'?? "I? HI \\ Hi ?.i
?and he had i.<? n "i? i In" F<rii on r
en? ?? wllh f'hnrle* i'. Murphj Senat.h
? ?'? (orinan, Norman i : Ma? h .?lui ?th? i
state i? adera. He had hi .?ni the nul
ii"ii otinil? ??f the ? "t ." ' and ha?
been dit mil ?...
Aft? r Mr Bul? r ' f( tu ? at? h ih?
midnight h .?m i! u.. ?greed tha? il
the l ??m??? i .it" organisation ol Ne?
York State ?ras to si-cure from Presl
?i? ni Wilson ifs share t.f th? f? deral
plums the ? ??>'- ei nor .si be \? hollj
eliminated, all recommendations must
he ?greed to bj the real I? idei - snd
then Benator O'Oorman mu I |?r? eni
Un? various name? rhoarn for prefer?
m? m, not as the candklat?! of Taw
man* Hall m of an; faction, bul m
the re?rouimendatlons of the Kmplre
Btate organisation .?s ?i ?rhole. To the
Senator, also, must be Intrusted the
?delicate ta-??k ??f convincing the t*r?e??>
?i? m that the men proponed for federal
(?iiiit- irere worthy "f his consideration
anil m m? ?raj tainted arlth th?? odor of
Thai Govern? n.i?/.'t saw m tills the
death of his shortllv?pd leadership ?ras
cleari) lndh*ated bj his downcast man?
h. r when he I? fl
in addition t" Hi"??- airead) nanu d,
ih, re ? ? i ?? ??t th.nfcreni ?- John 1?.
McCooey, the King? County leader,, and
William m Fltapatrick, who controls
the organisation In |1"' western port
nf Hie state. The conference was held
ai Hie shop-ham Hotel, and ?eery man
present elaborately ? ?plained that the
gathering was purel* accidental and
that ea-ch ?had rame ?taerelj to pay bis
r??spects tu tin? St t..-?i"i'
When, ???m?- tiiii?- after midnight the
conference ?broke up, ?Senator O'-Qor?
man ?-'?'tit hlfl bi??lli? -r-in-law. ?'hail?-?
Laalh. down tu speak i??r him Mr.
I.? ?lii ?].. tared i' u',s n?Ot a < onferen?'\
but that Dul?r. Murphy ?and ?th? ?a-ther*
had siin|.iv ?aiii'ii t?> Bay goodby before
returning to Ne? Y??rk.
Early In the conference Murphy
?asked Qovermrr Bulaer if it w?r? 'rue
that he ha.l ?nili.?-d ih" PrasMenl ?hat
be. Siib.er, was ?th? proper man to I??'
c-fsasvlted ragartUAg th<? palrunaga in
New York State. The Governor tried
I to -?le?:, p. nil was informed tb.tt >..'<?*
. i ??i ? ?.m? 1.1 him to abandon his
? irren ted ?pretensiosa and lo ?oon
itine his attention t*> affair? ut. Albin?
i,..iiii,"i' Su!."*r "?' mon than nieeU
loft i-i-, ?ni. nt Wi!-.,ii Ulla
i ?.. H? bad gone Into the Wh te
llituse with his lawny foralocli ?baking
? |th .in ,,\ . rp 1? ? ? ,:lUSl ' ' ? 'I
hi ' un.' sut 'i hn?
i,.. i, i-, ported iiiat th.? ? lovernor li -
i?-l'li.i ?,, inform the President It would
?. sti excellent arrangement to have
th? ?patronage of Mes? v.irk state
? lied through him, h? being the
? i. ?i thing" in Se? fort D?mocratie
: !? ..i|.'l;lll|<
'Did ; ??a talk t?. the President n'i
. ? I ?? ' ;.".. : not a -.,: a dted
'Why, there Is absolutely nothing to
?h. ? that I ?ranted to handle the
f. .l?i,il pair, .liai.*" In Me? Vori?." .-?ill.'-:
. . id. v nh .-un -f Irritation
MARS GETTYSBURG SHAFTS
Eight Monuments Defaced by ;
Vandal with Hammer. '
i i? i(\ sl'tirg. I'.-nii.. March i">.- Kight
monuments on th? ?"?ettynburg battle
field were badly damaged last night by
i.? vandal, ?rho evidently nHed a beevj
hammer, The monuments which suf
Ifered were Um Plfth ?'?-rpp hsadqusr
ter?, lOtfc ami With PonnsjIvanla, KMh
\. ? York, tlrant'a Vermont Brigade,
Stli .Mam". 5tl Wisconsin and Sfith
Mai aach us? Its
?Larga plecea of granite were ?-hipped
from prominent parts "f sil lb? mo?
morisla The ?96th Pennsylvania and,
H:> 40th Sou fork statues of sol-|
, ?hers ii.??i chunks of the faces knocked
off, guns smashed and portions of ;he
bod] broken. On ? iran?'?? Vermont
Brigade memorial a large granite lion
? was badly defaced by the breaking off
' of the lower .law .
it i believed the work ?as ?lone p?J
'..m* disappointed In .seeking employ-.
! men! In the natt? ta] park
STAMP FOILS DOG CATCHER'
I Parcel Post Imprint Saves Fox
Terrier from Capture.
Haekenaack, x. J?, March ."?. "flaved by
la ?Parcel Pool Stamp; <>r. The Do*
I Catcher Baflled," araa th? thrilling eom-j
led] drama enaetad this afternoon, when
; John K". nan. M the hero, folle?) the "vil
yun" in in? peraoa of Joseph ?Dsli?, the !
?cU) dog catcher, ihri?u?-ii bivofclni th?
??.power ?>f th. pai'-ei post Btamp. A fox
!? rrler bad the part of the persecuted rie? '
The ?lot: itrayed into t hr? pastedlce, '
where Kaeaan, a sp?cial delivery canear,
| .-i?i?.I it The nnimnl was *?-. n ?tout ? |
!'? lieense :* t ? ? I Kieiian put B pareel post
stamp ?a, it: Collar as fl joke.
?M'. nan si.irt.il on his route and the
,do?; followed bim. AI Main and Morcar
atraeta Dalla na? that the do^ was un-1
licensed. Ha ?as about to pick up the j
terrier, aben ffeansn delivered hlsl
"strotiK ItaeS" as the hero:
"I>on t touch that dog, heraus? he is
new the property of Uncle ?lam? i'on'tj
yo? BS? that pareel post stump on it'."'
Dalla, dassM by th? awful majesty ?f
I in. government, .?? typtflad in Keettaa'ai
(ear bul wall chosen w??ids. staggsrad
back baffled, and ?.?i" dog waa Barred amU]
th?. tumultuoua apptauaa of the small hut i
snthiMtaatic gathering of apactatsts,
A pony gl**s' .>f ANGOSTURA BITTERS I
the morning after a dinner-party.?AdvL I
SUFFRAGE TOICES WIN
"BATHE OF TRENTON"
i - -
Sturdy Warriors Outtalk R. J.
Boykcn. Who Is a Male
HUSBANDS AID "CAUSE"
Rout of Trainmaster at Wash?
ington, "Anti" Giggles and
Songs Enliven Return
Well it's a good thing tor Provident
\Vii??K>n thai he wa? In Washington yen
turtiuy, and not In Trenton, N. J. The
suffr.igists caused a commotion In th?
national capital ?hi? week, but it ??as
nothing to |h? Bola? two hundred of
them made ?hen they passed jester
day through TrentOB OBI their way to
New York. If Mr. Wilson hn?l been
there heil have tbo'ijrht th? nnlUants
were ?after him at last.
It was the Woman Suffrage party
Special F not a whole train, but throe
. ars attached to the 11 o'clock train
fr??m Washington, It left on time.
thanks to Mrs. A. C. Hugliston. who
was in charge ?>f the party. Mrs. Hugh?
sloa went to the t'tiion Station at 8
o'clock in the morning, and when th?
haraaaed station "netter wouldn't op,-n
his d? or |0 hep -li*>ln)i 08 his head with
Inauguration Day crowds she ?pound?
?d OB Ih? door hard.
?<'om?' out!" f-h" Cried. Im a mill
lant suffragist, and I'll break 111?? glass
If you don't."
He ?-ame ??ut.
"Hut I'm not afraid o? \ on." he an
nouneod. "I'm ? nuvrlod man, with
"That'? all right." said Mm. Ilugli
Bton, pinning ? suffrage button on
him. ".Vow. what about getting my
train out on time?"
"?Can't d?? it." BOid the harassed .sta?
tion master, "(???oil graeious, don't ion
see these 7 o'clock trains not pulled out
yUt, and it's ufter S o'clock?"
H*r Train on Time.
? .\1> train goc8 out at 11 o'clock,"
said Mrs. Hnghston. and it did?-with
seventeen awed attendant? u.sherlng
the votes f'?r women delegation through
the ?ates ? itb loud ? rie? pt "Here's the
train fer th' lady BUflfefYStte?! Make
way f'r th' lady suflergittes."
The women were all fighting mad
still from their parade expericn??? Mon?
da 1. and the husband? yuu, most of
them hail their husbands along?were
ovea madder, and by th? lime the train
struck the New Jersey border they
W?r* simply dying to <lo something for
And th<? Chance ? ..me. Mrs. Kn.'derU'k
Nathan waa telling Mrs. Frank strat
toa's husband, in Indignant ton??-., knyw
a Washington policennni laughed at
her because the slipped when she was
Conlinued on third UMn\\ aUtk coliuaa.
ALL JOB HOTO
I ______ 4,
President's First Order Shifts!
the Lines of Place Seekers
to Offices of Cabinet
SHAKES HANDS WITH 2,000
Chief Executive's Day in the
White House Largely Given ,
Up to Receiving National
and State Officials and
:f'rrim The Tribun? Hur-isu. )
Washington, March 3.?President Wil?
son's first whole day in the White
House was a busy one. but before he
went to the executive offices he put up
the bar? to job hunters by writing out?
an order "which is expected in some de?
gree to remove the pie counter from
th?? Executive Mansion and shift the
| line uf odse*??*k*l'B :?) the Cabinet of
The new rule, which was written In
! stenographic notes by President Wilson
, and iransi-riijefj by Charles L Swem, ?
' leput'-d 'speed marvel"' in steno?r?i
| phy, who will be the President'? pri?
vate ?jtenograr-her, read? as follow?:
The President regr*ts th?t he is
obliged to announce that he deems it
his duty to decline to see applicants for
' office ?n person, except when he himself
: invites the interview. It it hit purpose
and desire to devote hi* attention very
\ earnestly and very constantly to the
i business of the government and the
i large questions of policy affecting the
?whole nation; and he knows from hi*
.experience as Governor of New Jersey
! ?where it fell to him to make innumera?
ble appointments) that the greater
part both of time and of his energy will
be soent in personal interview* with
candidates unless he has an invarisble
rule m the matter. It is his intention
to deal with appointments through th?
, Heads ,of the several executive depart
Ex-rresident. Taft left to the dlscr???
? tion and judgment of his Cabinet th?
[question of appointments In their rc
J sper-tive departments to a greater ex
? t?nt than any of his pr??dece?8ors, but
( -President Wilson purposes to go itifl
further. Mr. Wilson may grant in*?'*
viOWi t?i applicants for high diplomatic
offices, although It is understood th?*.
the Secretary of State, William J.
Hryan, will have much power and that
nib recommendations will have ^r-?at
weight, it bring the purpose of Mr.
i WllfOi to hold Secretary Bryan in
:sponslbl? f^r the conduct of the d?
partment and its affairs.
Many Job Hunters on Hand.
I A ?ready the doors of the White Hou^e
Bf? croardod with off!? ?seekers from a;l
parts "f the country. Many are arm?**!
? with re'-ommendations from nation*!
1 '?-?mmltteemen and other? are sceom
! panled by members of Congre???, hut
.th^r?. will be no deviation from th ?
?rule. Delegations calling on th?3
j Pras-ident to-day bffoadwd the ?viei
; ti??n of appointments, but he ga\? ih-.n
President Wilson ate breakfast at 8
o'clock and was at the executive of?
? fl-es ?bout 9 o'clock. His first act mu
i to hand the rule about job hunting t *?
' hlg secretary. Joseph P. Tumulty.
After a conference with Mr. Tumul'y
; regarding several minor matters. Presi
' dent Wilson took up the Bttt**j?Ot of dis
? posing of th?? reslfgnatlons of President
! Taft's Cabinet members, all the as
i slstant secretaries of the departments
I and other officials holding Presldentl?!
| mmmfsslon. His first nine signatures
were afflxei to polite notes to the re
! tiring Cabinet members. The resigna?
! tlons of the other officials were sent to
the proper departments.
Charles Ft ?Crane, of Chicago, was
the only visitor received by President
Wilson before he held the Informal
. meeting with his Cabinet at 10 o'clo?*k.
' Mr. Crane Is a warm personal frlenl
? of the President, and was one of the
i largest contributors to his campaign
J f'inil. He said he slmp-y called to pay
I his respects and did not want any post
I for himself, as the death of his father
I had thrown the burden of business on
Mr. Tumulty took the oath of office
! m secretitry to the President this morn
I iiiR. R? was sworn in by Colonel W.
j H- ?'rook, disbursing officer of th?
White Houeo and one of the oldest
employe* The ceremony was witnessed
| by about fifty friends of the new sec?
retary. Including Edward E. Gros?cu*fc
j New Jersey State chairman and St-xt*)
! Treasurer; Kobert S. Hudspeth, ?0
; Hudson County, national commlti?.**?
j man. and State Senators W. E. Ramsey
I and J. Warren Davis, of New Jersey.
I president Wilson entered the excc-Ulvu
'offices Just after Mr. Tumulty waa
For Diplomatic Posts.
Mr. Wilson talked over with Secie
taiy Bryan during the forenoon the
matter of diploinatl?* appointments, but
It is understood no decisions were
reached Secretary Bryan declined to
discuss the possibilities mentioned fur
the diplomatic service.
Several delegations were received by
appointment by President Wilson this
afternoon, and, all told, he shook th?
hands of about two thousand persons.
?s. cietary Tumulty has adopt.'d a rul?
to make public the names of the While
House callers, and so far as consistent
and practicable he will Sive out th?
?atlira Of 'heir business.
The President received 130 boy- from
Atlanta, and soon afterward a Del??
ware delegation, h? -ad? ?1 by .Senator
Saulsbur; . was meived.
A Kan Jersey delegation, headed by
Governor Kleld?:i*. who succeeded Presi?
dent Wilson at Trenton, and s?awaXx\j