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I) I > I / 1 ' /a VI* i *l * VI' la < if ??* ?Se? York. .terser Oit- aad tj*>t??k?a?
M II I, II.Mj l EiilJ KI.Hr.WHKRr- TWO ?T ESTE.
Foes of Wigwam Boss Jubilant
Over Selection of President
of Aldermen as Col?
lector of the Port.
FEAR FELT IN 14TH STREET
Friend Says Leader Admits
His Supremacy Is at Last
Threatened ? Gaynor
Wishes Mitchel Would
Stay Term Out.
Mere ben ol 1 nmmanj li.,li wei
denouncing the appolnttntnl
of Presldenl Mitchel "f the Board .-f
Aldermen as C f the Port,
-y They san In it thr- opening
? |fhl result in
downfall of ?t arlea !" Murph
Democratic I? idei in tins ?-in and
?-tatr For ih- laon I ?cmocral ?
ised to th-- wigwam were openly
a thorough understanding with l":
i.rnt. Wilson that I ? tm. nt is
- tly gntl-Tamman). ? Ith everything '
? the phrase Imp les. The Presld? ni !
: to be In thorough aj mpath
tvo.h the fight ih.it la being made b)
Governor Sulser and others agalnal th?
Murphy leadership, but. of course, la
, iltlon i" take m
?ti thr? situation.
Murphy Sees Hold Slipping.
the first tii ' I '
mmany Hull. Murphy Be*. -
friend "*'th' leader dmtttcd laet night
y\v th the Gwvernor openly fighting him,
- ?h the beat offle in tins state within
thi gift "f the President In the hand?
in able, imputar and ambition?
young anti-Taniniatiy man and wltn
thousand.? of Demticrata throughout
the Slate trad- and Willing to enter I
light against his *m****eana< y, th?
for the "Wigwam Bom
thing but plcesant, he said.
Mitchel doea not intend to renounce
any <.f his claims t?. the mayoralty
gemination this fall. They say th?
President has informed Mitchel that
? ?fptaii.'--' of the Colletitorshlp
need not in any wa) be i onsldi
taking him oat of the mayoralty race.
From this they ?Irav. th? conclusion
that nreeldl ni Wilson would he rather
clad to sf.f, Mitchel elected Mayor, as
it would moan the more ?ortain and
jpeedy downfall of the preaenl Tain
Will Not Begin Until June 1.
in a? ordance with an unileratanding
with 1 ? Wilson Mi. Mitchel will
get assum? ihe duties of Collector until
i. n?' wishes to clear up a num
of Important Hoard of Bet?nate
matters In which he has taken the
leading part, notably the Improvement
of the New York Central tracks on tIi??
Wl st Bkk and the plan for waterfront
Improvements in South Brooklyn.
Mayor Gnynor e? pressed himself in
regard to the appointment ol Mr,
Mitchel as follows:
"l am most anxious to have Mr.
Mitchel remain with us until the mal
1er of 1 ri location of the Nee York
?entrai trncka and of the marginal rail
?rgjr, BkMtg the Hrooklyn docks, from
n Bridge to 8fjth street, a ?
tied Wa have work?.) together bo long
In the?-' two ?-rrciit matters thai I do not
sei how I ran ?ret a Ion* in firm with?
??ut him. I am sorry to lose him, He
M a c-eat worker, and unselfish. 1
**ish he could avoid accepting the Col
' ' --' p altoRether. Hut if lir will
stay by ma until Jun> 1 1 shall I
St <?:. || ? d."
Borough Presitlenl McAneny also
?poke of the appointment In ihe high?
Bat t' rm?. Hr- said;
'?"'n th" Botard "f Bsstitnate, where
?Mr. Mif f?e!'?> activity has brought him
Into clo?r an?! eonstant contact with
I finfln>i?rl on ?fond pai??. fifth . ?iliimn.
This Mornings News.
Two Insp?. r,r? F'.f-sr foi Terms. ... 1 '
Chelee of Mltcbel a Blow al Murph) ?? 1
' enl Af-ror Kscspes Operation.. ? t]
Whitman on Trail ..f Taxi ??raft. a |
s'' Hun in pin Truck and Car Creak Si
Chare*, r0, Health Mai lieget . 3 ;
f*?'? Del? gate? A lal! Beioeevell. 4 |
; ' 'o;?' hing Kan. 4 I
Sr-?ske % Praia? Morgan. a
?Wedmi ? ? . 6
?? Pound op Kas* Side 6
v ml I --ad?.. Page 9
?ta?geaatoi P ? > Brlgga Dead ?
?'"???neis s, f Mldocean Rescu?.IB
?tlas civi? I'.-iri*- Disrobed. ie
Th"??! Agslnsi Ice Ca In Coort..., 16
Anarrh- i Patei Bon ''out t.16
lease l . - Tsi iff Bill. l
'inn ? Protest i"ir To da] . 1
lit tu vid Piimarj Campaign., 3
hsSAei U i., nnai Killed I Pall 4
??tison t.. Pu h i Inam Isl khi 5
Willi? i. M 5
"?PubiK;.,? i;,.,. iaalietlo*i Conf?
lier Knew Ho.,d Mlle' Purpoi t 7
Auburn Prison Conditions Defended.. 7
?"?Usk Count ums Miss vYarneld.. .. 9
!"'* Letten t" a ??uttragetta. 3
on en. a
?^'rny :in,\ \, ?. ? . 7
BSMBglng . .-7
Mltarial . g
s*" let? . 9
Obltuarv . g
?f*?*-1 . 10 and 11
''inan.nl and Market.?. .. .11, lg and 13
??al Patate.14 and 15
HEIRESS TO $700,000 WORI?
Girl, 15, Likes Typewriting i
Well She Keeps Job.
B; ' legraph to I h? Trlti 11 i
. S. v May 8 Mi- nr.;
Kinkier. aged fifteen, of Campbi
een Informed that ?he
?, n helra to ?7.O00.O00. Misa Kleck
? nograph? r for the ? 'un I Ke\
j.iane Company, al Hammondsporl
The estate ."in. s ir, Misa Kleck
from he- moth? : ' ?"? i . Die moth'
now ?had. being a diff.-t de ccnda
of a Ruaaian who came to New v..
City and accumulated a larg? fcrtui
The property is near New l'ork CI
and :.' Ha*, re de < Ii a? ? . Md
Mis, Klctkler was Informed of h
ii.t fortun? ten ds - ago, bul co
? ? work nt the <'urllsa fa
tory, and shall keep at h
w .rk indefinit? I* . n ?he likes It.
JAIL IF SHE THONES HII
Magistrate Orders Mrs. Brow
Not to Annoy Father-in-Law
Mi R? ? D. Brown, of No. -"-'?? We
"2d Btre? . m ,-; itoi ? telephoning
h? r i'.ith? f-iii-iiw or go i" .i.iii. Wil
iam Re olds Bros n, the harass? d i
ntlve, \? ii" is .. la? j <?-. |i? Ing .-' N
7'.? Pai k. venu? had h? r * ummon? d
Jefferson Market roun a we?
ii? was in erday to pi
gainst her, but sh
api ear, TI a -? adjourm d f?
?,? : I || -
I old Grattan Calvin, Mrs. Brown'a lav
v.r. thai there musl be no telephonii
In the m< an nine.
Mr. l-r -'ii - ? d thai
ght? r-in-lan had irpi itcd a y<
ago and tl she ha
been writing and telephoning lo nil
on the assumption ih.it he had inlli
? n? ? >! hi - son to I? s ?- ?? h? r
FINDS HORSE IN A HOLI
Excited Patrolman Rings U
Wrong Hospital when Steed
Does a Dive.
I ?r. Inconnu, of th? Hudson Stre*
Hospital, la ."'inc. gc?od nal ired i n
an adept in hia chosen profession, bu
? la] d'gnil ? a member of th
? s Badly ruffled th.
morning. Thcre'a a reason. Wir!
th? ;? o? . n w.--. - read ng one o
those alluring magazine atoriea ii
which th.- heroine was, Ju.-t ?jh th1
point of proposing to the h.-r... a cal
CSJM m f.,r en nmhuli. ? :?? I"
?trr.T and Brogdway.
Dr. Inconnu leaped to the rt
?if the ???itiii^. ambulance. Anntbci
ca?e <.f ,-i "drunk" faiiin*? and
h;s head, h?- though) and than, he wa
Then. As the young surgeon awum
from his- ?-eat ?. 11. ? walked quietly t?
m ?- er? he ?n b crowd gathered aboul
th<- entran? a lo No. ? i ?? ?? itreet, In
knew at <.n. ?? khai tswnebod) m i-rj
have V.een run down by s horse an?
wagon. !i"w- did he know v r..
th?-r?? \v;is ihe wagon.
An a?ed j;?,st s?,?,. |.e,|,ip.r \iiraiiarr
KaxJnaky, of No. i? Att
vas wringing hia hands end glancinn
down Into a cavern ou? hole In th<
street, the work of men laying a tele*
phono . able T? ai ?? i " Ii the ??i?,
man's evrs and Dr, Inconnu Choked i;
sympathy; now he knew, it waa thi
old i" Idler's daughter who had faller
.iu-i then a young patrolman from
the Fultoi - roa? h< :i
him. "it'.- my mistake, doctoi ' Bald
he, "11 ? ' oman down there it
the norms that dr? n thai wag m I
m? an lo call an 8. P. C A
il i got too ca
\ ;. . in,.'int. l.?t. i ai fi P, ?' A.
hors? doctor and ambulance clattere?!
up and removed the hois.- with ;< del
rp-k. H h.nl fallen Into the hole in
MRS. WILSON FILLS POST
Will Name Old Friend for Post?
master at Rome, Ga.
Washington, Ma\ ?S. The wife of the
Presiden! will name the poatmaster al
Rome, Ga., bei girlhood home, and the
...t. go to ,' longi .m' fri? id of I ha
Prealdenl Wilson aaked Representa?
tive Gordon Lee, of Georgia, t" come
to th" White Hoffte to-day. When the
member representing the Rome >i
? b? it. s.detit th" ia'I? i millngly
,i, kno ' I? dg< d thai Mi - Wll on wa -
anxloua to ha? ? ,i P. Boa le named as
Poatmaet? i al Rom?
Hi?. Lee, ;' Is said, had Intend? d rec?
ommendlng anoth? i api II? int, bul he
gallantly t?>id Prealdenl Wilson thai he
would sun ' ti'i' r an*j prerogatii c i ha
might ha a and gladl ai qui? a? i in
th., wishes Ol Mis. Wlleoe
Mr. Bowl? knee Misa Ellen Louise
Axsen, non Mri Wilson, when ah? wag
hoolgli l m i:. ..' and Woodrow
w Kaon '??? ' a - ' ruggll tag oung a! tor?
ne) in Atlanta.
Owner of Auto Faints When He
Drags Man from Wheels.
Prank F*r?Bcdman, twenty-four jreara
?,id. ;? ' lothing manufa? lurer of No.
I3*i Weel **--? *.tH street, was struck .?n<i
Killed a( 8 " ' i" k last night, al BUth
?tree! and I Ir? ids i **, b Bn automo?
i,ii? run bj Jbhn i. m n tin, a candy
manufa? turer, ? bo lives on W?
avenue, Nee Rochelle. Preedman bad
mst emerged from the subwaj snd
was crossing Broadwa) ?'hen a man
Bhouted, "Look out!" Preedman
jumped, bul it wag too late, .Martins
, ai stru? k him m the abdomi n, hurling
I un t.. the aldewalk, and both the trout
and reai wheels passed ovei ins body,
Martin stopp-ti the,car and aide*! by
*T?.ny Hayes, who keeps g newspapei
stand at th. ...mer. dragged tii?- In?
ini??i man from beneath the ma? hint?.
Then Martin fainted. Di P L Kvnr**
att, "f No, 1*3.10 Broadway, rushed
Freedin,m lo thi Roo SB1. eli Hospita?,
bul the Bsan tiled on the wa?.
AS TARIFF PASSES
Underwood Promises Quick
Reprisals on Business Men
if Wages Are Cut or
REPEATS WILSON'S THREAT
Five Democrats Line Up in
Opposition and Two Repub?
licans Desert Their Party
as Measure Is Jammed
\'i nshingt? i? Mu; ?
i ?? ,
? 'an s ing < i1"
hop? t end feara of ih< I k mo? racy, I ht
l'nderwood larifl bill paased Ihe 1 ? ? ? ? - ?
late 1" day b; a 1 ote ol 281 to 139.
The \ ??ii. announced amid the ? Milt
-iiit shun ?.r ma lot it 1 'if m!.. 1 tv'aa
mainly along p. i ' an lines, Fivi i?t?<
t. t ,.11 1 ..-ni.. rata i. ?" i!?'ii snd vot? 1
mea ure; 1 s 0 R< -
pi ngr? -- . .t
thi n- Itallota ?'?: the bill.
l'i. Iding Inlei es) ?with I he ??? I nal
passage ?>* th" measure, labelled by?
Ihe I ?? m?" ral ; partj ??<?< ?< i?iil for ihs
i? i" f "f .ii?' ultinu o .in? r, a 1 ,
Hi- virtual threal of Mr. 1 nd< m.1
Hihi nir,i?'ii nu would overtake any
t which protested
against thi- t.irif! 1 ? 1
ill" pi I? o lal.r ?.. ' I
? "ii' luding II '? debate In "i 1
to Hi" R< ? ?? -m? ndm? nl to ? ? ?
.?i? .1 larilf commission, ill" majoi l<
leader Indir? rtly am \?. er? ?i nun' 1 .
contentions thai thi bill would crcu;e
1.11- in??? depression b; - ?
"1 giv? ? "? " ? nos Hi.it
great mam si I >??? ng estsb ? hmeni it?
tempta m ih" Interest .?r tin Repulili
? .m pur, ' '?? grind doa n Ihe y? ag?
labor ?in ;?? la ?' i> ?i- au of ;u> got ? 1 n
rrea ted I Ihi Democra)
I sill .. m'?? that f.H lory 11 !
vestlgats the matter snd make known
? .i-"ii for 1 -i. h action."
Agrees with Wilaon'. Threats.
Tins announcement b) Ihe House
leader fita m nrith the pre-tnaugura
I inn slut- tn nt of Mr Wilson, ?
would trj 1 ?? ? 'i-? 1 .-iv
iiie.'ii us Hsman" an) financier seeking
ite .?n srtlAelsl panic ander the
.'? ?? .I'.iii.i.. ' ? U??n.
Tii" bureau n? which Mr. Underwood
referred ;.s ths Bureau of Forslgii snd
Domestic Commerce, *.?. 111 -1. h;?- .1;
read) begun .?n Investigation of claims
Hint Hi" tariff Mil would irr?el) ths
potter) Induatr. and throw ??': ?>' em
pk?j m- di thousand?- r,f luborcra
I ' I '? M." : .?';?? 'li ? im ? "tu. true, tin- j
necessaries ??' life will b? 1 ?;t|"r and I
the high . osl ?.f living problem parti 1
aolved when Ihe ' nderwood bill goes I
mu? effeel Products of th? farm, IheI
things y\ hi? h go ml" Mi" m 1 ;
of tii" thrifty b-ousewlfe, sit?eles "f
daily w< ?r snd ? onaumplIon, have
1 ? ? n free list? ?! or pul .?t i"-,?. 1 ,??
Changes in Necessane?.
?? owing '.?!?? ahowa I
radii ill rhung? s In tii? dutii a on th?
? ,?ili il ne? ? >-.ii i' s "f 1:1" .nul ;l!u it
Un- kind n! tariff i' . i-i'.ii \\ hi? li Uli
I ?. m?.? rats ? "ii'' nd y\ ill h ?I.?? ?? the
1 ; ? ? n' tos) "f Hi mi!. 1 ?.' rates gil en i
i?, un,' on the ;i'l -.ti"i? m basis, 1 \ ? 1 I
y\ h< n ?.'ii' 1 '?? ;" ,!
Ait. bill. law
??VI1? i?t flout.I " <
r'otato*..I " ? "?'?? i"i
. 1 " 1?'
. "? lb,
. '' '!"/. " '!"?
f. nt, - .Iclb
n?h.? ? ,clb
.i ' ? >? in ihre?
ti'.ii now ..".< 1 8.*>? lh
. . . ,1
'-. ... -,
? ?. -,
'?. ? art?
I.? in? m .
a poult ry
'1 ,' .:
Y in??khi.IC ShI
? '?il 1.." ' I ?
Rltuml - ? i'""
Root and ?'i". 1 1 ' > ?
1 -Mu, ,,n . .m thenwi ?? ! ?
r.,. . 1. - 1
r? 1. cloth
lu :i?i'. made 1 lothlns " ?
. '..ii;., -? and cull ?
I . .i. 1 t*.. ;i I
i- in mili?- . t
1 irws ?c?i?"!?. ii
Hu w wool.. ? !??
Corresponding reductions have been
made on other articles of wearing ap?
parel and foodstuffs, ?\?"ii Hint t h--1
present high rat? on ailks, classed ;??
luxui 11 tii" in;iin In ? n u 1 ;" '.'
Into 'Ik ' ? bill snd then ha*- b? ? n 1
1.-?l'i? in?ns ?m tobacco ?tul liquor?*. I
CM1??.- Benefits Expected.
\\ hile l ?i" houss*a if" an] Ihe ?Jlti?
mate 1 onsumor do nol coma Into dlri 11
tout h ai'ii ? numerous ?mi las pul on '
th" free 'ist. the) -if? ? Kpected to de? j
ii-, p indirect benefit by thi removal "f !
dutii a from bui h Industrial and ? om- !
m? rclal tapies si U ?-'i ralla. Iros 0 e,
tanping materials, wire fencing, print]
paper, agi It nil irsl Implemi m , 1 he '
more 1 ommon foi ma of a? Ids and
The 1'? m?" 1.ii:- father 01 the iew
tariff bill profasses ihs i,< ?,. r thai It
is .? messure thst will bring down t?
Igtlng high ?? ? ? * '"*? wlthoui Injuring?
legitimste Industrj 01 reducing wages
of th< 1.1'??"f 1.
in it,. . losing hours of n,? debata
Mr, Mann, ihs mlnorlt) leader, \- j
pr? Bsed ii:?- g) bbssyI skepti? i-n, ,,i, tha
Republk .m Bids when hs sa d
"\\ ?? in Heve thsl you sra ? nd?,,? ,.r ag
nui 1?. prote? l prosper!!) bui to thn it?
? n prospi rttj rVt kavi 11 1,, u?., ,,llM.
lr\. If ' . 11 US ' rrrl \mi Will bSVS a?.
compllshed iiif inipossibls. if ? ol, ,rc
(nnlinued on I*?"1, ?"?B*? "nurtb aSSgSBB.
! BRINGS ON CRISIS
| Formal Representations on
Anti-Alien Land Legislation
Will Be Presented to
WILSON WILL ACT AT ONCE
Cabinet Will Promptly Consider
the Japanese Communication
and Administration Expect?
ed to Adopt a Definite
Washington, Ma- ** A criais in the
objections ?of tha Jananes?: go ernment
to ih? ami nh. n land bill passed b) the
' 'ullfoi m.' I.- i-iisi.it ?t. La ?\|n ? ted to?
morrow, vih.-n Viscounl Chinda, ihr
.?a pa n--.- Ambassador, will presen! t..
the Secreter of .-'?.?t? formal repre
s. m.?nous v< in-1, w iii ?. promptly
tak? n up i.- tu?- ? 'ablni t.
'l'h. ambasaador - :ii!, d .'t Un IH
pertm? ni of State iwlci tins sftern.i,
Ihe lirai i Ime i onfi 11 ing vv Itta John
Basset! M""?', rounselloi for 'he de
?nr nt. mid i ii. s-, . ond t mie ni' ? I
Ing s?'niai' Bryan and arranging for
a conference to-moiron morning Thi
understanding la toit Ambasaador
? h inda will presen! certain representa?
t Ions from his i;..- ? i inn. nt in th
morning ami will t. min ..t noon for a
s. i i. ?;,! Bryan ? wl ihe
lernoon, ?> nd s?>on
mel Ambassador ('hinds
.. nd sn .'Hi," d i"t . he t a o uppointmi nl
lo-moirow . :. in? an also held ?-?
?ral ? onfert ncea v> ?th Mi Moore this
Dcflnit? -i ci ..n ma > he tak? n bj i he
iv ? lidenl ??nd Mi Bl sn aft? i
?'.?Pit., t mretlng, providing, ;<?? ex?
? ? i ' l inda outllnw ?pe
repn aentattona the attl
lude of hit governmeni toward the ob
onebl? h gtsislIon. it ;.? probable
? John Baas? ti Mtwre vv in attend
ih.' ?at. t meeting, as hi.? kiaowl<*?dge
?f International law and Itg relations t"
the s' ??? . ?,?! federal statutes ?ni un?
doubtedly he the guiding factor In ih
t .. latlong ??'? Ith ?'?? pan
Date of Reply Uncertain,
it .-. -..r knon n whethei th? ? , a of
tt.- Washington government will be
transmitted to morrow ?,r after Bi ??
tar;. Bryan returns her? on Mond? :??
n ..in his trip t?. New York, where he
will go ?" morros nigh! le sp-.ik .?t.
Hi? dinner of ih? i*?*mml*sstoa ??rr.inK
in!; for ti.- . - '? '-i.?'...n .if th? Tn -.: ' '
N? nh? i si the stale i i.-i .irtiii.-tt nor
lapan? can an
? m ? ? > ...i 11 t" th? natun >?f
th.- ambassador's forthcoming com?
muni? ati-'t. Th? Held bf sp< < dation
- ? ii-.' broad, th?- recognised
ties ??? tilg.nt' ntion by the
Japan? b* govei mnenl thai the ? 'all
fornia legtalatton would vkyUit?
?pli n if not thi ' er of th? treat) b
? ? n th? i rut. d States and Japan, m
i ,.,t n w ithdi -i w - ti "tn Japaiu se m
California privileges of '.and holding
and leasing netreasar* lo th? tranaac?
i ion of Ih? Ir b h no a general
negol a neu Ir? .it -
ad? -'iid ' ..iiiiii. i .s. t? tari
Bi ..n ma m? ? I I riese ? repositions
With ;? suggestion thai theii considera?
i ,i.n i-e ?i? f? t r? d until Ihe ? 'alifornia
Ian haa been signed end the United
States i oui ta ha v ?? pas m d on Ita i on?
leni Wilaon and Be t.-* ?ry
Bryan ar' p ittlng mu h d? pendei.m
< ne posslbiilt) ?T the - ' illfornts I s?
lai ."n being blo? ked b) th? referen
,, m ol'.hough n iH '' ' ognls4 d thai it
i? w i... lo sel th? dispute w Ith thi
? i i pofsible i\< Is !. Petitions for In?
ng the i. i'T. ndum are b< Ing cir?
culated, and th? adminlstrstlon h..p-s
to ,u... ?? i .-i.. ong Ben! Im? n( In fa i of
of th?? plsn.
Secretar) Bryan will ctammunlcete
with Governor Johnson sgaln before
.. ;.iii is signed, snd ii la not Improb?
able that Prealdenl Wlleoa will sddr? -
himself '" ih? California executive :?f
t? t the .'?'in "i" "t Jai an i - im? defl?
m?.- form nd the sdminlatratlon stag
.?. lei linn? ?i on n .i> finite . ours?.
MIMES RUSHED TO PACIFIC
Two Carloads Shipped from
Fort du Pont, Delaware.
\\ limington, Del., ala? I A? ting en or?
.;, i w ei Depai tm? nt, the ?,f
tt..., ol i 'on du Pont, n. .?i i ?? ii.vvHi.
? i i,??v. mad? read) aithln ?< fen
hour?, tha available minea there foi ?lup?
in, m to I'm t Bak? i. < 'allfoi ni ?
T'vv.. carloadi of ih? ordei wer? ?-inpped
i,,-.1h ..mi n Is aspected thai oth? i au? b
material will be sen! in .i fee ?iaya
$3.400 FOR A_FINGER
Jury Gives It to Subway Worker
?Was Hit with a Sledge.
\ veidi.-t f. t .*:! I??? was awarded
?, sn rda i In I b< Bupi ame ? 'ourl tn
.lohn Corleas for Injury i" ihe in?ie?c
Hnger of hia light band, which will
remain permanently atlff. Corleas sued
the k. i-: Bmltta Contracting Company I
under the employer*? liability law.
.'.?rl?'.?:; wa? ?Tiijd.iv ?d ?m the Fourth I
avenue extsAsfcrn "f the subway. Hal
and Other woikm. n mtfS rtMBCri Bag a
'water pipe, srhen without warning Uta
Buperintcndent ordetred one of the mea
tu break ? ? pipa with g alxte? n?pound
aledge hammer, n gUuck Corlean un ?
GREAT BEAR SPRING WATER. ?
toe. per ?.?us o? ? glaas-iiupp?.rkid buttles.
\ l\ (.KV! ASTOi?.
I he richest young man in the united Stau-, who escaped undergoing
,i serious operation.
I ESCAPES OPERAI
Room in the Post-Graduat
Hospital Reserved for Him.
but It May Not Be
?THROAT TROUBLE RETURN
, Dr. McKtinon Prepares to Mec
Surgical Emergency, When the
Young; Millionaire's Bron?
chial Affection Suddenly
Yields to Treatment.
Rl "in \" I 1 m thi Posl ' Waduat
Hospital, reserved fur Vincent Astoi
who waa to bsvs been opei tied upo
i., daj. u ill not I?" us? '?. The root
i Ight, hoa ? ? ? t a as wt111 v< m \ ve
foi ii.m it is probable thai Mi Asto
yyiII never have to use It, Blthough untl
r?-. ? nils n was plann? d t<> t.ik?- his
then to-da) for an operation upon hi
Mi \ itor has had a slight sffectloi
of i!i?' throat, i.rding to hli
tari William A. Dobbyn, foi
He wi i ?"!' nd? >i bj i>i Jam?
I-' Yl? Kl i ii":.- Of So, ''?- \Y ? -I ."?'J,
- ,. ... . i.iiist m dit-cas? a of Hi?
thront, who haa i- en the Astor tamil)
m for ? - i Mr ?stoi .?
trouble proved Bios to yield to medica
i ni and un opci sUon wss <i"
. ided upon. The operation would no!
have bet n c? ipil? st? d, but II >\a;
though) i".-! to prepare for ;? possibl?
emergen?*) b) reserving s room In thi
? >r. McKernon returi II rom w sah?
Ington i centl: to Bnd thai th? ti at?
' m- nt pn I for Mi I itoi a troubW
, '.v .11 affording Im ri asing n lief. I 'r,
i M? K? i non was r? lu? tant io iiiat-uss thi
lease last night. H? said that lie yy??
' unending Mr. Astor snd thai hia
: | atienl was "all i ighl now." Thi re
' ?Aiiuiii i?" i.Deration to-day, hi Bald,
I and it" could nol sa) thai one would be
j n? ? ? asar; at an) i Im?
So laal nlghl y Im i nl Astor a aa st
! Rhinebet k, K. v.. s Ith no thought ?j: g
I hospital i? il to disturb his bI? ep.
Km- .-??? ? id yemrt past, owing largely
| '?. i he outdooi life \\ hlch he s as ? n
i ? ouraged to I? ad bj ins fai h? r, Vin?
cent Astor'a health haa been good. Aa
ii boy, however, he was anything bul
w'lu-ii Vincent ?Astor wss sight years
; "lit his father, John Ja? oh Astor, ga - a
I up hia business affairs foi a tlmi to
take hia son te It Mont... B wit ser land,
i n. gres stronger from thai time for?
ward H" was aimes) conatanU; with
his fsther snd Invsrlabl) accompanied
tutu <?ti hia ? ruis? i aooard hia i ht
jTIRED OF PAYING ALIMONY
Learns Wife Has Remarried,
and Thinks It Time to Stop.
F.,r sloven -?ins Bugena i?. Button
has been paying his wife, Isabelle, |1Q
I a week alimony. About twd weeks ?K1'
i 'Hi.ii? -it > waa glv? n i., the affaira of
t Mrs. Justine Sim?,g Qray, ?ho was la
??i dispute with her husband, John Boyd
Gray, a broker, ovei the possession of
their household effects. Mr. Button Is
! the father of Mrs. ?;ri\. in tii.it pro?
ceeding iif name of Mrs, Isabelle But?
ton Sharps was mentioned ss lbs
? nuil h? r of Mrs. ? (raj.
The coincidence caused Mr Button to I
do soins investigating. Hi learned
that 1 la formt t * lit had roaaarried snd
im? is Mrs. Bharpe, In view of this
Mi Button does gol sss staj rtaison
why Ik should i? compelled to con? I
Unue paying allasony. and t<? have ths I
order vacated a motion waa mads >?"s
tsrds) in th?> Buprssns t'nurt. ' j
NOT GONE TO EUROP
Report of Long Vacation Stii
Headquarters as Big Police
A rr-'ori . ireulated **ho ii Poll
til .id?ini'.i"."ri- late ISSl iii'^ht thai ?VI
field .:. Bhesfsnn, secretar] to Poll
', ?"?imini.--inner Waldo, had left f
ESuropc on ;i vacation caused a at
among tii" officiais.
The reason given foi Bhashsn'a ?i
clalon to K?. abroad was that the Coi
tnlssioner'fl secr??tar] w.?x rain <i">
and t. it h? needed a ? ??" ?lion.
The:.- w;is n<. intimation se to hr
long Mr Bheehan intended In rema
awai from hia official duties hi rise.
quarters? and nobodj there was pr
, . in sa) anything definite it1"?'
Bheehan has been generally ? dite
with a lelding great poarer as secretsi
It?, th" Conunlssioner, snd much of tl
[Inside ""ikiiiK of thi department
smi to have been inder iiii? direct si
I?? ri ision.
At the Kin?. Edward Hotel, whei
Bheehan Iuim lived for the iasi year i
two, I' was said earl) this morning thi
the secretar) waa nol In hia roonaa, bt
tha) in- was In the i it
?? ? onfi ?? : ? ? i?- !" ? ' high officials c
tii?- Police Department, which ii.'c.i
, eai I) In the ei i ning sl an uptow
meeting place, Laated until long aftr
m id nigh) this momli , hone in
..?ii- lea a) the home of s< eond I ?eput
Commissioner Dougherty, In Bhseps
?head Bay, thla morning, resulted In th
information thai th" d< put) had let
there t?. attend a conference "on pollc
matten of the greatesl Importance."
? DIVORCE FOR BARONESS
' Morganatic Wife of King Un
lucky in Second Choice.
Paris, Ma) ? Baroness Vaugbaa
jYYii?? v..is the morganatic ?ifs of Kim
Leopold of Belgium, obtained ?* divocci
to-da) from Emmanuel Durleux, u
whom ahe y?.,?* marrted II 1910,
The proceedings were nol defended.
CANT WEAR "SLIT SKIRTS'
Los Angeles School Girls Pro?
test Against Order.
Los Angeles, Msy I "Sin skirts"
cannot be worn in i^.s Angeles achoola
i? ai idents. The order causad the
absence from Polytechnic High Behool
to-day ,.r Misses Leons ami Lsonltas
Parker, ateten, who were told to k?i
home snd change their raiment when
the) sntered then classroom with
ankles twinkling through \ents in their
This ord? r of the prim Ipal IV. a.
Dunn, ?ni vlgorousl) protestsd b) fel?
low students of 11 ? * - girls, who S(*cussd
iiini "f discrimination, In thai hs al?
lowed n young woman employed in the
i ?jchool offices to wear such ?? sKnt.
V TRAIN AMPUTATES HAND
Woman Falls or Jumps on
Tracks-Her Condition Serious.
\ woman of Forty-five, who was
liter Identified as Olleta Beniura, ad?
?ire?s unknown, fell m jumped In fronl
..r ?i Bouthbound train on ths Ninth
Avenus "'?" ;,t Ms! street last ntg-bl
?iti?i was dragged fifty tv.-t before the
?notorman? Patrlcli i>?>ihh, could bring
the tram to B Stop.
I Milan s?d 88SJ8S of Hie bystander?;,
draKK1'?! I"1 fW***s" Hie tracks to tho !
Biatlon platform Ths -vornan com- '
plalnod of 8 ram in her wriat. and I
alien it was axamfned her hand was
found to have b?ssn mvajted an loch I
above* the wrtei Bhs araa taken to the
I'oI.mIiiii.' Hospital, where at a late
hour las) niifht her COBCltUoa was said j
to he serious. I
Lawyers for Thompson and
Hussey Seek Terms on
Which District Attorney
Will Show Mercy. >
MUST TELL ALL?WHITMAN
Murtha Reported To Be Weak*
ening Again?Sweeney, Alone
of Convicted Men Hope*
less of Gaining Leniency? ?
Will Fight to End.
John R. Stani-hfiel-l. attorney frr*?
James !?'. Thompson, e.x-Inspector of
poij. e, made an engagement with Dls
triet Attorney Whitman yesterday, and'
??-inferred with him for more than nrrl
I "rancis !.. Wellman. attorney fort
Jarne.x !?;. Hussey, ex-Inspector of polire.i
ailed on the District Attorney at KJ-gt
ofTiro tviie during the ?lay. ,
Kar h of thtse lawvwa expressed th
lively doubt as to whether any anpllca?
fion for a eertiflrate of reasonable*
doub would he made In behalf of their
respe? five clients. Each evaded giving
any answer to the dire? t question as to
what he had wanted to confer with the
District Attornev about.
To the suggestion that the lawy?0"'
for a convicted man could have? only
one reason for a conference -with
the District Attorney?confession-Mr.
Wellman, in behalf of Hussev, ?rave g
thrice repeated dental, then offered th?
explanation that be had .ailed <jn
Whitman sole!' t,-? conarai ulate him on
his remarkable address to the jury in
summing up. A moment later Mr.
Wellman discarded that and admit?. !
that he had been seeking "clemency"
for- HHSSej . on the ground that "Hus?
sev was less guilty than the others. '
''What did you offer to Mr Whitman,
from Hussey. in return f?ir a recom
i'iti for ? leineii'-v ?" vas asked
"Why, nothing?nothing St all." h*?
In spite of the evasions ?if the coun?
sel fur two "f Uta four convicted In?
s-pci'-irs. it was lrarned last night, that
hoth Hussey and Thompson bogran ycs
?er.la? t-> seek- definitely for some kind
of terms from District Attorney Win
man. Incidentals it was noted, in
this connection, that HttSSey and
Thompson are cellmates in the Tombs.
Their lawyera found Mr. Whitman
flatly determined on three points:
That they would go to Blackwall's
Island for whatever term they got;
j that they would be prosecuted on the
? graft indictments against them: or that
1 they would make an unconditional aur
? render, agree to tell all they know, and
: take in return whatever recommenda
| tion for me-cy Mr. Whitman decided
their information and evidence ?hould
This sudden change of base* by Hus?
sey and Thompson puts Murtha In a
I cuitar position. He had talked freely
wi'h Mr. Whitman hing before the
trial, as was indicated by the. testi?
mony when Abraham >*. ?Gilbert,
Murtha'a lawy?rr, called the District
Attorney to the stand. Btgt Murtha,,
permitted himself t?. be persuaded that'
his b?-st interests were in sti? king WtthJ
the others, standing trial ami fighting,
tin? . age to the last drop of th?? hat.
In other words. Murtha haa been left.
holding the bag. and this particular bag?)
is full of possibilities in the way of a?
?enten? e of fifteen years' hard labor
*-t|nK Sing prison if a Jury find? th
?raft indi, tment against Murtha is gf
true statement of fact.
Bweessej ? case is considered hop*??.
?ess. so far as any appeal to Mr. Whlt-a.
man is ion>?rned; and Alfred J. Tal?
le.?., who. with George Gordon Rattle,
defended hitas, announced positively*,
when he ? ame out of the Tombs after'
m visu t.? his .lient last night that lie
Sweeney s ?ase an application for al
certificate of reasonable doubt would,:
be made to-day. Sweenev is In the*
position "f a man who is forced ten
light, be is In a corner, and now thatj
the scramble for Immunity has really!
started he is an outsider, even to thai
three colleagues who stood shoulder to,
shoulder with him through tha recent;
Murtha to Talk Nsxt. ?"*
Around the District Attorn??y'g.?*if*ij
rt<g it is believed that Murtha w1l?j
-hange his ta. tics in a hurry when hei
learns of the moves made yesterday?
bv the lawyers for Thompson anil
Huaaey, and because? of what step-J
Murtha took on his own behalf se\*J
eral weeks ago. It is thought that one??
started in thai direction he will not;
gela) matter? by quibbling over thr?
"quality 0? mercy" he Is to receive,
as Hussev and Thompson appear to bg*
Whitmans attitude toward the eon?
\ Lied inspectors is apparentiv- exactlj*]
that he has held toward every mars
who has < ?uit'e.ssed ?luring the ?ourse
..f the Inquiry that was started witrt
the minder >>f Herman Rosenthal. Hei
lias r fused time after lime to b.nrt
himself in any way toward a prospec?
tive state's witness until he had not
only received but tested and corrobo?
rated all the information th? prospe? ?
the witnes* had. This was the course
he followed with Ros.-, Weber and Val?
Ion. in the murder ase, and h?* pur?
sued the same polity in the graft and
conspira? v ?ases later with Fox, Waist*
In the present ? limnx. it is said, hi
will insist first that the cx-inspectoi
whom he ele? ts to do business **.Rr
must plead guilty to one of the grafi