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NKW-YOHK. MONDAV. AUGUSJT 25. 1913.-TWELVE PAGES.* - PRICE ONE CENT "^^^gfflgg^*
Seeks to Exploit Charge That
American Officials Are En
deavoring to Trick Can?
ada Into "Treaty."'
??I FACED DEATH TWICE"
Fugitive Declares He Has No
Fear of Matteawan if He Is
Forced to Return?Law
yers to Urge Habeas
[F*rom rt Staff CerraflfjflOimi of Tbo rrlbuB*.]
ShertTooko. Quo.. Aug. 24. -Daapite
the opposltion of his I i*a . ra Harry K.
Thaw is prepanng to develop publti
oplnion in Vermont ln his favor. Hi
(inulpri this Intentlon to-day t.> a
Tribune reprcsentati\o m his cell by
i *: queationa aa to hoa* he could eal
irto touch with thr* leading "mouldera
<>t publlc oplnion" ln that rommon*
Althouajh this Indicataa thal ha la
about sat:.-fie,l tlu* t'anadian Immigra
Haa oAciala ha\ <* mada up thelr mintis
to send hlm la. k to Vfrmnni, he has
nc-t ghen up his publlclty oampaign in
this country. H*- indi^ated that ho
wants to rarry it on here in a mor*'
thorough and cnmprohensi\ ?? aray by
asklng for informatlon as tn thr a**
sociat.ons through which h*- .-ould com*
muntoate "a lar**i- amount ..f important
informatlon" t>. .ts many papors hen
For thr- ?'anad:in publioity ? nrnpaign
it is his plan to !n\ atreaa on his claim
that tho Amerlcan Oftlclala are trying
to turn tho t.'anadian immigrati..n laa/a
into an oxtradition troaty ,i!l in favor
of th*? Unlted Btatea. ito alao aeaki
to keep boforo tt.o niinds of Canadians
his beltef that ho is tho Vtctlm of per
soiution. and they would be nbetting
his enemiea in thoir plots against him
if ihoy forced him t>> leavo Canatla.
'ho consumption of Vermnnt read
ors ho will alsn lay emphasis on his
p.-rsooution." attempt to pros?-nt just 1
fr-atlon for what ho has done, and
?enUment asralnst h:.- oxtradi
ttoa from Vormont to New Vork Btata
ons[nracy or any other charge.
Seeka List of Ve**mont Papers.
Can you gft me a Ust of tho Ver
BKJnt papors-*" was the first queation
Be atked after ho had prox'idod f*.r his
? omfort with a i hair and a
Thaw himself was puffing awav with
Bfl alr of thoughtfu! preo-oupation on
Uio siul> ol a ci-.-ar. On h.s table,
?Ahich was pilod hlgh with t.-l.-giams
.- ettera." as h*- .a'.is his com
munioations from nnknown friends.
thoro was a s.-piare of pap?-r on whi< h
he had earefully depot-ii*-d th*? ashos
and Btubfl from his cigars in his 'n
deavf-r to keep his room BCTUpulOUaly
"Do \"i war.t all of tho papors in
V'arm* Bt?*- ho was asked
4<>b. no, not all of thom; .iust tho
loading nn*>s that havo tho groatest in
fl.ior-*-- on tbe DUbUc mind." be said.
"Also I wish you would got nn- in?
formatlon as to what agrcemonts I can
mak*- with Canadian pr?fl buraaua
through which I can * ommuni.at* a
large amount of important Information
laaaaaany papera as poaalble. i wam
tho MaurtflJI I that It will bo pr*s*-ntod
roadors hiat a* I givo It *.ut. "
A'though his lawyen doclare they
wish thay could allenee hlm an.l get
him to givo up his publioity plans, ne
baldly ass*rt**d that th*-y woro in n
tiro a.*-*ord with his idoas. lf he h is
got this notion from his -MMH '-rsatl >ns
with thom it is simply 'ha' 'h' ? : h *-'
ficapa; d of conttrolllnflj him In rhe
matter and have civon up tho offort.
"I havo l.ren from tho firat, and -Jtill
un, in -*omplot*- i harg* *.f the managc
ment of my ra-f," ho said. "My at
ttjrtaeya ar* la aeoord with mo oi) .his
Wh**n dtii. of Thaw's attornr.s was
' f his olaborato publlclty plan ho
'"nlinurfl on thlnl pflflJB, flfth rolunin.
This Morning's Nexvs.
MeCaJl ' rptrra Hopo in Wh.tman. ... 1
' Baron DIllOflT Arrested as Thlef. 1
Thouaandu Sre Young Man I>rown.... 1
Marpb] Ftus> wlth ?'ount.-. Slate. 2
Partlea ln l<rs*-. i .vlr.K Btliffl. 3
-Mra MeCaJl Prafara Home t<. Politlefl a
t-,-. || j.,, s.,rS, wins H" Bflrl. 3
hov .-..-.>.. ?,, . hrrr Sulzrr. 4
H1"' li.ir- Learn ta i.augh. 7
?v-rafr Knight on Hik*-. 8
Knr-P'ootefl] "Antl'" Daoomaa Mii.tant 8
Oan-r VIctlflB Slhin ?t DflUMM. 14
-Mimony Club Hari'iuets ln ?'?'!.ia
I ; . . |] Melolifl. 18
I .ill.pa.RI. . 1
Aaraiting Huerta'i Naal Mova. 1
Tht,*.. Badiy ,\.; ' ilonar.. a
*nt,*' Im-;,,!, BuffraflBta' Flgurfl 4
!?>'' I i ?:> f*.r llighwa.vs. 4
DflHifl-terata Rall) to Currency Bill.... 4
Kulzr. pUna to Iti'h. t Fo**s. 4
?"'.ngrf.-, ,,,, s. hool Hvgirno. 1
Vanderallu Entartaln ?t Newport... 7
ara ..f The 'A hip'' rr.i.ai.i'. i
B-.nl- of I*ran<r to l?ral ln Nafll Vo-. 3
?'*>r'*.n A.rnarrl 1,-. I'tilna. 3
'?'?rk .lohnaon Trlls Hla Side. 3
rri*>n, . R
'litorlil . 6
(*'.? la. . 7
f,biiuar> . 7
Th**?irii dl . 7
* f-.r '.Yomrri. 8
r;'-.l Kftatr. 8
?"'nariria. ^,,4 Maiketa.10 and 11
^Mthrr . al
r" -vr.i-. .11
AGAINST INDECENT DANCES
Canon Newbolt Says Those Who
Might Stop Them Don't.
: B cahla to Tha Trihana i
l.-'iKkm. Aug. 25, -Inde.ent dancea
and sox nov. ls arera denounci j l.y
Canoa Newbott In .. atrtkini B8**mon
.'?' St. Pnul'a t'allu'dral \est.rdav.
Prom tim. to time, he said. there crcpt
Into tha newspapera t**o*mplaJnta bb to
?trtain evils \\ hieh flourish.-.l unr. -
DUked on thr apathy nnd cowarrln'. ,.f
thoae uti" nalgbt peifectly wall sup
preaa then If they wen eonalati nl
Chrtatlana Now it was tii*> lirriecent
danea, auggeativi of evll an.l deatruc
llva of modaat*.
Would th.se thlng . hi asked, dis
gract our clvfUsatlon for a moment if
? nl] Borna of thajn+s who profeancd them?
aelvea ChrlBtlana were to sa>; "i will
not nllow my daughter ti) iiirn heraeli
Into a Bnlome, even although Harod
were to Kive me half hla Kingdom and
admit me to the much coveted aoclety
of a world which hai perauaded Itaelf
that Immodest) la artlstlc, and il>it ln
aoclety anythini la permlaalble which
removea the Intolerable monoton) ..f
: ??. let) 'a pleaaur. a' '
AUTO BATHHOUSES BARRED
Bellc Harbor tes Put Stop to
Practice of Autoists.
Summer realdenta of Belle Harbor,
Kar Rockaway, romplalned to thi po?
lice that automobll. parties wer-^
jbnthlng in th.> ... ni Captain Cole-I
, man. of the j'ar Rt> k.iw.r. poll ??.
j found the complnlnt well taken, -and
wamed the vlaltora thal thej aausl
ofTi nd n., more.
The Bt lh Harbor people dld nol i ?
? ' i ? mu< h 1" havlng the motor
foik ubc the ocean bb tl ej dld tu
the m.tnner m * hf. h th. i red for '
th- ir .iu i For the last t?'> weeka f<>u<
have been motorlng i" the beat h and
dlaroblng In their cnra Belle ii iri,,r
realdenta advlaed them t" use
only ti, i.e laughed Bl
Captain Coleman and a aquad of po>
lleemen were on hand yesterday, and
aa ? aeh man or woman or child l< ft the
water to return to their auto*oath-|
th. ?. wi re told thal .. i ? petl?
tlon of BUCh a '. "urs.- would result n
AS HE GREETS DEAF
Overcome by Emotion. He Cuts
Address Short and Shakes
Hands with the Afflicted.
m Trlataraph it?Th<
Cieveland, Aug. -4 john i>. Rocke
feller wepl as h?- ahook th>; handi ? I
memhers of tha Natlonal Aaaoctatlon
of the Deaf in th* Buclld Avcnue Bap
t!st Church afrer s.r\ ieen this morninic.
His hps trembled and hia vou e waa full
't emoUon aa bt grneted the vlaltora
"This is a pleaaun and a privilege to
me whieh i ahall reanember,*" ht whie
pera d lo aa< h bb thr- vlaltora atrained to
read the wordfl thal fell from hla llps,
After rhr regular Bervice Mr. Rocke
faller was lntr*t*adutr*ed by Mrp. Bhnar Bl
Lsates. ofti'iai Interpreter <>t tba con
"My heart i<4 greatly toucbed," eaid
Mr. Ho.kvfell.-r "*i ou ar.' inflnitely
greater bleased th.-.n many, many peo?
ple. Your sijfn languaKe la beautiful
and I winh I know it. Ood blBBfl : OU
Mr. Rockefeller pauaed batwean ea.h
Bentencta, bul flnallv, o*4*er**xmM *A;th
emotion, bla volce becama Inaudlbla,
and he whispernd to Mra Batea, \>
Ing the pulpll
Mr. ROCkef. il'-r then wenl to Ihe
d'.r.r "f the church, where ha ahook
hands with the delegatea a*> they dled
past hlm, Many hrush.-d teara from
their eyea as they f>it the hrm claap of
tha Hged man and notad that his li'.irt
wenl "'it t" them in their affllctlon,
KILLS MAN WHO SAVED HIM
Rescued from Drowning, Ken
tuckian Shoots Benefactor.
Talorsport, Ky., Allg 84. -Wlthln a
ahort Ume after hf had sav.-d l>wls
I'hiiiips from drownlng Iaat niirht.
Wllllam Zuralbry, one r.f th<- oldeat
cltlaena of Tayloraport, was sh.,t and
kilied by th. man whom ba had r< s
Phllllpa nnd aeveral other men were
rowlng acroaa the Ohio Rrver when
tht ir akiff upaet. Phllllpa was unabla
,. im and Zurelbry plunged Into the
river ond brOUghl hlm ashore
Soon alt.rward, II is said, PhlllipB
. ntered the home or Zurelbry arlth a
rifle. Ha aaked Zurelbry if he waa tha*
man Who BBVed him. and IxinK ?n
?wered In tha afflrmatlve, nh<>t the man
through the heart.
Phllllpa esrap-d acroaa th*" river, ai
though b noaaa Bred nnnsetwua shota
hl him. He had nol been eautrht up
to B BSte hour tonlght
NERVE AVERTS A WRECK
Motorman Stops Coney Island
Car as Auto Dashes Past.
Bteady nerve and prcanp. actloai ""
,).. pari ol Charlea DllBon, mot,,tman
x,,. |676 . ,, i PYanklin avaaue <ar <>f
the coney laland line, praweated
terday an accldenl with an auto, and
aaved thi llvea of the womi n and i hll
,.,,,, paaaengera In bla car. In tho au
tomohiie were two women .-.nd i-ao
?,,,,. The maohlne was golng al a rata
of thlrty-five mllea an hour.
Thr. esdtlng Incldenl happened near
ine. Willin.k rnttanc" tO F'rospe.t
I'ark. an.l thousands 0* Peraona wer.
eyawitnaseea EfUaon wai maklng thp
turn when he st," the automobile ap
i roachlng. Al ihe sane tlme another
troiley ".-.r wai appi^uaxhlng from tha
,.i poBlte dlrection, Juat as the auto
d.ehed between them Elllaon atopped
in rar wlth a jerk which toosed ?>?*-*
paaaengera to ih< '?<'""'? whlle ihe
women ind chlldren acreamed from
rright. Bo '!".?" waa thr- automobile to
,i? rrowded troiley thal ihe hf,<,d
graaed tha uprighl lr"n i,ost "' th,? car
NEXT MCVE BY HUERTA
Wilsonas Mcssage to Congress
on Mexican Situation Ready
for Delivery To-morrow.
'OFFICIALS STILL HOPEFUL
I Administration Counts on Moral
Effecl of Representations
Made to Huerta by
11 mm i br Trlbanc Bui
vN'aahinarton, Aug. IM.?The Prealdenl
'. nd the Been tarj >.f st.it.- talked about
. Mexico for half an hour thla afternoon,
and aftern-ard Beeretary Bryan said
tii.it then had been no chanare In the
Mexican aituatlon. Thla ia taken to
i.iian ii.it .)..hn Llnd, the Preaident'fl
I apecial envoj ln Mexico Clty, haa nol
I reported ? flnal deciaion by Oeneral
ii.nit;. to ni. ? t the Preaident'fl pro
i poaalfl for thfl Bettlemeni of the Mexi?
The La.-.. facta JUBtlfylni the spir.t
of optlmiam arhlch prevalla In ofllclal
an ? ol nrtadfl publi. I he only
txplanatlon forthcomtng belng tha! n
porti recelred frorn Mr. Llnd five
ntmpli reaaon for ? hopeful feellng
it aeenu certain lhai the coming
wfok arlll brlng tanajlble devaloprnen i
ln tho m< Nt. an matti r. Blthfl r H
t\iii Bubmll t" the demanda and bub
geationa a*hlrh the Bdmlnlatration haa
made ihr...ii*i. Mr. Llnd, or thi Prei
denl arlll drop hla effori to adjual mat*
.. r-- through hia apecial repreaenjative,
taka up thi probli m n Ith i 'oi i ?
tr> to tind son.** nther aolutlon
Preaid* nl '?v* IU on ? nd hla ad.
nppt ar to be men " ng tlght.
,-.\4 altlng Bomi deflnite b< tion by
Huerta. Prealdenl Wilson l.. ? Bnl
! . meaaagi to < 'ongn bb and ?? ? ** n ad
II to Mr. Bryan. If nothingcomea from
Mfl M'*o ' 'Itj a I".-1. ma: mak? II n<
<*s.--ar\ for th< Prealdenl not lo dellver
thr maaaagfl on Tueatla* a plani
ho proiiai.iv will n ad 11 to membera of
the Benati < 'ommlttea on F?*n ign k
latlona and ihe Houai Commltte*.
|Bore4gn Affalni to?morroa if how?
ovrr. there l** anj aign lhal Huerta la
actually on th( polnl of ' l< Iding, th*
m. aeage io i 'oftarn .-- arlll b* ;? . ? ?
Th<- adminii trai lon M putting n
roiiati.*. ii. lha moral affeel "f tho rep.
n Bentationa vrhicti foralgn itatttma ?
bean maklng to Oeneral Huerta. Be.
??rai Buropaan and Latin-American
govarnmanta hava urgi I H rta lo
drop hlfl s".l''.".rn and Bntagonlatl
Thera la i greal deal of 4peculation
here aa lo the Intenttoni ol Huerta.
it is n*.t belli i ad that hi lnt< nd ui
. iiminat. hlmaelf anttrely from Mexl
. nn polltti?.**. ?" an if be Bhould coni
to withdta.s at this tlme. I flJM BtOTJ
going th?- rounda ia that ho int.-n*!*- to
wlthdraw cniBflBMl 10 an oarly BlflrCtiun
and thaa anno ti. e himsolf an .i ? ...
dldate. If he Bhould ha ale* ted *.
umalltulBDi?I niMiui* ? thla *-*?*?. -i m.i- i.t
would ba in a rather embflUTaeaing po
slti'.n. tacmg wl.at would then be th**
Vlrtual no.-o.ssit- ?.f rf-.-ognizlrig ;i tn .n
tjrho ha-; been daclared nntit for hta
Tho BXeCUtlon n**'.r MflBSlCO Clty of
Deputy Beraplo Rendoa beeauai h>* araa
alleged to hav.* plottad to aaaaaalwala
Prot ialonal Prei Ideni Huerta ii re
garded i.v Conatltutlonallat ropree-enta
tivea here aa an a*-t *>f intiniidation d< -
llberately planned by Huerta t*. Influ*
ence other membera of th Mexican
C4*angreaa, arhlch arlll convena next
month. and arhlch la iik*iy to bavi be?
fore it important queationa <<f pollo\.
Randon M reported to have been ona
of Mexleo'fl moal popuiar Deputlea, *
Mad. ro adharent and arell hk.d by
AmerlcauM ln Mexico.
TELEGRAPH TICKS START
WEDDING BELLS RINGING
Night Manager of Postal's New
York Offlee to Marry New
Il:v Trl.-irr.iph ?? 11:. Trib'inr |
Hartford Conn., Aug. _"4 Raglnnlng
in b proaalr boti of am) aeveral yeara
ago, '< romantl* courtfl hij. over tha
llartford- N<ra* Vork l*-l*-graph wms
has t.naiiy reachi <i its cllmax, and to
nighl n ip poealble to announcc thi an
gagemenl and maniaga thla fall of
Miss Oetajglaniia BouUiworth, ol th<
Hartford man. offl* <? of '!..? PoatalTal*
egrapii Company, to Edarard A Coney,
nlghl manager of tha maln ofBca of the
I'ostui in Kear Tork <'ity.
Mlai aVmthworth, flrho livea at No
215 Oarden Btreat, In this clty, has
been arlth the company tarent) yeara,
and "G," as *sh' alfljna, la kitaown
ihroughoul N* ?. Bngland aa on*- ?.f tha
moal i fin i< ni and cotMclentkraa opera
tors at tho k? j.
Ten yeara ago ahe araa ln actlva
Charg4 Of llM Hartford oflu o ,is m.in
;igor f"t B tlme, and it was tli*-ti y\i<
wom broughl Into communlcatlon arlth
Manager Coneyi nral ooitcornliig com
pany bualneaa and then i"on* arnlng
tiungs that arara none *.f tha ccjhi
pany'4 bualiMMa, nor an; ona fltaa'a, for
HIm iouthworth'fl mother llvea ln tba
,,i,i Boutharorth home, In Deep River,
.*,?,.,. Tha young woman h..s a
lirother, Howard, ln Now Haven
COLONEL SHUNS MOOSE FEAST.
Ml.,.<..r,*p.o. N M A..R M Thr,?ior**
RnoMvrM win rir?t ***** ,,,p bir,n(1av
r-rlohrfltlon of the Pregraaarea party u,
Chicago on Auguai M) Ha --o aaniotmetM
i.-t nlabi arWla here oa bM ??v ta Nea*
fort from Anr.on.-i f?uw*\ Raeaeveli
_m |? ,,, chtcoge 00 Uonooy, r'tnalniiia;
thera only Meig anough lo aachaaiTfl traiaa
lor KeM ?c"*
THE Ivf'CALL FAMILY.
Standtng is McCall, .. nephcv, . Mrs. McCall. Miss I Ila Gaynor Mel all and Miss Constance
M. Mel all (al her father. knee l
AUTHORS OF "THE WHIP"
WANT THEIR ROYALTIES
Cecil Raleigh and Henry Hamilton Say They Have
Received Nothing on Account of
[p. f*_blat< ? '' I
\ . i Ceefl rtitlflirh nnd
h. ? ? Hamtltoi uthora ef -The
W?);,,, i i. .? i^me pieiodr.'inia
n,,,,, mi i i_ceaBB in New
? .., .,-,,n. -? r> ? : .. wrlt lasl
\ui ur <'..iiir..?. manager "f
Drurj l. Ti.. i'n. and on other dl
theatre. d. manding pay
? 0f ro: altla "ti the american pro
.1-1, tion ol Tht Whlp."
a- Mi ara Raleigh and Hamilton are
;,iM, u .,..'., of "Sealed i irdara," th**
i,,... ? i .,,. mt lodrama, In which
tht tmi 11< " a. tor Hali Haii Hton and
a,1vr. ? , | ,.. leadlng
MAN IN BOAT LEAVES
Rows Away While Others Are
Diving for Young Clerk in
i. tVamger, ol No IMfl Broeh
avenue, Tht Bronx, atnptoyed in a
candy Btore aa a clerk, waa drowned In
i'iii,.iin Baj yaaterdaj afternoajn, when
i,, fell from a boat he waa rowtng.
The boal waa lllt< d bj th>- v*y*A\ from
? Bteam I schl
Strli Ing to follon hla r*orarada*s into
,],,,, water, although he could not
swlm, Oeorgt Poppick. of No. 34 Parn
j-ii,, e, in.-. ale, waa drou nt d lata 11 --
terdaj Bfternarion Ib ? pool at Dala-I
wanna, near Paasale, Thaa pond m j
owned bj Thomas A. Q^odlatta, a rich
ollcloth manufaeturer of Paaaalc, who
i,. rmitted the boya to awlm tht n
Auguatu itrltake, of Wo. MO Baat
;; 11 r i atreet, waa rea ued from drown*
ing al Rockaway Bt at h p aterdaj bf
Pollceman WIIHain B. M. Baurett, of
the Central Ofllce aquad strttzk. wag
off Bhore IM1 feM when ha baeanae c\
hauated and aank, Barretl pul out
and brought the nn.on.s' rloUS man
a |hoi e
Thousanda ol pereoni akmg tha
?horc and Bkmea of Pelham Bay Parit
aaa VV***nger droarn, whlla three naen
trled lo reacua him. He >>as tn the
rowboai uitli ?'1 roung man, arhoaa
name H,. p.'in e were not abla to
i,;,,,, in the eadternenl Wenger*a
companion dlsappeared arlth the boat
when Wenger falled to coens to the
Burfare tha young man with him
Bhouted for help. John Land eaptaln
,,r the Unlted states Vartontaar Ufe
Bavlng ''orpp. arlth Iwo young bdthers,
llar.'ld MIHT. of So 'Jis:: Arthur BTl>
nue, The Bronx, and RaynMtnd Dyaon
Of NO. 1071 Franklyn BVenue, The
r.rnnx, awam te the apot where w-n
Kt r b anl down
Th. v dtvad for tlve body nnt il all be
parts, there is no*a i-ome doubt aa to
whether the pla] ?? n be produced on
tlme, Although "Sealed Ordera*' Ib bH
for production on S.ptember ll and the
reheai il are far ad^an+ced, the rnnnu
aefipl of the Iaat act ha.4 nol yot been
dellvered and the question of ita pro?
,iii'"i"i, aeeiua no*a i" imiKt on a Bettle
menl <>< tha dlapute over 'The Whlp"
trtbur Colllna if prepared t>. thron
Mr Raleigh irid Mr. Hamilton oul ofl
l?mr\ Lane Theatre the momenl he
has recelved the lasl act of "Sealed
Ordera/' whlle the autbora have the
theatre ln a h"lt
ranie exbauated. They then looked tor
ih. rowboBl io <liml> Into it. bul both
Hi- boat and young man in it Ind dis
Later Wenger'a i?<>.i_. came to the
aurface and waa taken to a hotel He
lleving ?< aparh of life atlll in the body,
a Burgawn and a I'liimotor were aent
for from Lebanon Hoapltal, aarven mllea
away. Tha:> arri\td as QUlckljT BB POB
Blble and lh'- pubnotOT was tinsu. vesa
f'ill\ applled tor two hours.
The bod) of N'an Becor, who was lost
fri.ru her fathcr's \ acht on Saturdav
afternoon at Oaalnlng, wss found >??*
terda) morning. ll waa not morethan
a doaen feet from the place arhere the
| a>' id. nt or'-iirn <l.
Thoae wii<? found the body were W.
| !?*. Wagner, Hugh B. irvm* and Wlll
i lam B. Barlow, in one boat, and Dur
i lan 1 Wood and A. Uivrs Qenel in
j another. They draggad th.- water with
a long ropa to arhlch hundred.s of nsh
book.H were atta.tht d.
Surgeons WOfked "v? r the body for
four h"iirs after il was found. but llfo
n, va London, Conn., Auk. 24. John
C. .'iifford. of Westfietd, Maaa went
awimming wlth aome friends from a
hshlng crafl in 'hr harbor thla aftr-r
in "ii. .ind while in the water was seized j
with a ?<tr"ke of apoplexv.
He wns taken ashore and several
phystetans were called Notarrthstand
intf thelr sltorts .'iifford dled wlthln a
f.-w minutes. He was about Bixty
j< ara old.
POLICE GET RUNAWAY BOY
The attention <>f two detectlvea iraB
attraeted lo a amall, ne.arlv drrs.sed boy
in aborl trouaera as he wt a ferryboat
at Cortlandl street irtwtardaj aftarnoon.
Ilr> wns trailed to a nearby hotel. whTr
he wara rpiestloned and hla lujcgjaTe ex
He aald he waa Rnymrmd Plaley, and
COnfeaaad lhat with $:'.; he left his h"tne
at No 7<W Doyle nrar-t, Columbus. Ohio.
laal week, wlth tha Idea of "maklng hla
war in the world." in hla ?niitcaa.e were
h nihl?.. a water platnl. some soap an.l
a t\ pfwrllfr
He was taken to the ChlMren a Society.
BARON DILLON" IN CELL
AS $50,000 GEM THIEF
Harry Simonin, Known by
Many Titles, Arrested in
Surf at Atlantic City.
' Pi- Trbrr,; ipfe ta Th'- Tri'iutis.J
Atlantic Clty, N'..i Aug :i.? Charged
with Jowd th.-f r -- nrhleh aggrogate
$f.o.r.*,n. Hnrr: E MlMOIllll. alleged so
etal hlghwayman, waa arreated to-day
ir. tho BUrf at tho foot of Virgmia ave
iiu<* William i'llv.-r. of So. 4^34
Spruro <4troot, phlladelphla, araa the
Complainant, an.! polnted out Simonin,
*.vh" araa in a bathlng sutt, to the po*
While deteetlvea arere searrhlng for
him in Nea p..rt. N'arragansott Plor
and elaewhere, Bimonln araa hving
quietly ..t Ho 2*7 Madlaon avonuo, a
honrdlnar house hor*- patrontsod by
Bimonln, known alao aa naron de
Dlllon, Baron Hr.-irt and ?Ksd ' Pavis.
..a-. rharged nrlth robMng tho homo of
William Olrver, >.f dlamoadai ..nd
jewelry ? rrth M>***? T'10 robharj" of
the OHver home occurred three *.*.ooks
nj*.. vliilo Mr. Olhrer, "ho hofrlondod
Bimonln, flma at his oAce, All of tho
rohi.ortos rharged to Mmonln were
commltted Baturdaya. Other daya, a<*
cordlng t.> tho pollce, th,. man rt-sted
ami made friends.
win n Simonin'a room and nocketa
arere aearched Rfteen paernUcketa arara
found for Jearela lafl arlth pawnhrokers
m I'hiladHphia and New Vork
All th*-se dlamonda Wltl ho ro.overed,
nnd In tMfl way it is expected that
ri.ws oonnectlng Bimonln with mys
teiiOUfl rohl>cri"s at \<-wp..rt will he
..i.tan.o.l. Ho i.s Hiispootod also of .'om
pltclty in thofts at Narr.tgansott Pler,
Waahlngton, BalUinora .md Phiia
Taro years aj*:o Simonin araa a sailor
<n board tba battlaahlp Inttl?aa. He
boughl his w.-u ...it of th.* navy and
went to Now York Clty. wlnn- ho waa
employed as a ihaiiffeur hy a ri?*h real
tstat.- dealer at his ronntry homo on
Long lsland. Simonin got into tmihle
while 'n Hear York and tlod to Phila
delphla, vrhere his mothor iived.
Hi* remained s.*>>rai montha wlth his
mothor, at No. 1217 ffogt Lflhlgh a\e
nue. A few montha :.ftor Simonin
<*amo io Phlladelphla his mothor and
gnnfllmother, who waa tho ownor of
tho Madley Knltting Mills, at Ken
sington, diod and Simonin tnhoritod a
fortune flathnated at **r?o.oii<?.
I'ndor tlu* -.\ ill tho monoy was to b**
pald lo Simonin wlthln a perlod of
two y**ars. This was not fast eaotlgh
to p|.*aso tho yotinR man. who went to
money lendara In Wom York. where. it
was said, ho ftaio notos for many
thoiisands, from arhteh ho reallzed
Aftor Simonin got most of hia money
ln- wont to 1-Jurope. where ho out a
wide swath ln some rlroles. Detootlves
to-nlght sald Simonln's trail led them
half way around tho world. I
HOPE IN WHfTMAN
Tammany Candidate for Mayor
Says District Attorney Is
the Man That He Most
Wants and Needs.
TELLS MURPHY "SECRETS"
"Boss" Favored Gaynor, He
Asserts?Urged Him Not to
Taxation "Big" Issue
[fraaa i BtaS CiwiaaBanlaat af Tba Tribunal
Kasthampton. N. Y. Aug. 14.?"lat.
Whltraan earlalnly arlll 8? on ?*?
Democratie tickct if I have anything
to bb) about it-and I think I will have |
mu.h to >ay. Ha is just the man I
want in 'he District Attorney's office.
when I am elected Ma} OT."
Edward B. MoOall, .-hairman of th*
pubii'* Bervkre OonaaalaahM and Tani
many candidate for llayor, to-day aoi
expressed his declded opinion that the
fUBlon ChOtce for Dkltrlet Attorney wa*
entitled to Indorscment on all the party
ticketa, regardlcas of partisan llne?.
To the acompanlment of the boom uti
the surf in front of his house Mr. M*?
?'aii pledfed himseif to the atronfest
campalfn aaaproeml of the District At
torney's work. He also said he was for
"aweeptng reform'' in the Police Ds?
p/ord thal Ihe DenMcratti deaagnat*
mt* committee had forraally chosen hun
uas brought to Mr. McCall early tkw
morning at bbl sumnur bOBBS near'
Baat Hamidon. Ia th. . venmg he Bad,
been oul of louch with teiegraph and
telephOM at a <dior. dinner siven by
juatlce nuy, of tbe Bupteana Court. at
Thr..-Mile Harbor. A Tribune r.?-?
portl r, uaiting Bl tho llttle cottage ..n
the sand dnnaa. waa the tirst to con
flrm the BCtiOO which it had been cv
pected the committee would t tke.
"Hoped to Laet Thay WouldnV
Was I designated-*'' he asked.
Then. evidently pai ing th?* humoroIM
side of his queetion in view of the cut
and-drled metting of tha commiu. ?.
'Well. I hoped to the Iaat that tluy
WOUldn'l for<-e mt- into the fight. Now
l am in lt. though, I'll flght hard. I
had h<>ted that the committee would
ohoose Justice Dowling.''
While Mr McCall and his w ife w?re
at the Bhore dinn.r his daught.rs weta
at a dance at the Dtvon Boat Club. ia
Amagansett. When the family Bjath
ered at home later and heard the r<
sult of the (ommitte. s work Mrs. Mc?
Call ran to her husband and threw her
arms arounu his neck. The othera
wished hlm su.cess.
?What is the rcst of the ticket?"
Judge Mei all asked. When he was
told that Metz and Goulden were to ba
his running mates. he commented:
' I think it is a strong, splendid aup
"Will you tell how you were led to
take the nomination?" he was asked.
"It was wlth the grea'eat reluctance,
that I consented to run." BO replied
There was talk thnt I waa 'groomed'
by Muryhy?that I waa appointed
chairman of the Public Service Com
mission with that in view, but that
was untrue. Murphy told me not to
take the chairmanship. There ia a
strong frlcndship between Mr Murphy
and myself, and his ad\ice was not po
litical but r.f a friendly nature. In fact,
when Governor Sulzer asked me tr>
t.ike the position it BBJU Murphy who>
advlsed me not to accept."
Mr. McCall then related the arnry of
his persuaslon to take the chairman?
ship, and repeated the account of Sul
zer's mldnlght trip to N'ew York to
make a linal appeal
Ambition To Go to Albany.
"When I aceepted the t hairmanshlp."
he said, "I made lt plain that I would
go into ih<* odaee "rlth no thought of
pohtical preferment If I dld stay in
publlc life it was my ambitton to go
'Then. when the Democratie nom?
ination for Mayor was tirst brought up.
and it seemrd that the nomlnatlon of
Mayor Gaynor was not possible, I
strongly urged the nomination of Jua?
tlce Dowling. I hoped to the last that
he would be persuaded to take the
nomlnatlon. but he nfused. Then they
aald: Well. ?udgc, it's up to you to
raapond. V.ui mu?t take it.'
"And there 1 was. I reaponded."
?AN hv do you think 'iayii'M' waa not
"I don't know The organi/.ation dld
not think Gaynor was availahle Gay
Bor was Murphy'a candidate, but "p
position eaaae from all over the dty.
"I've known Mayor Ga\nor for thirty
yeara and adaatre him very mu<*h. No
matter what people say, th.-re are
manv things he has done of which I
approvc. There will not COBBB one
word fmn*. my lips durlng the cam
paign of personal critlcism of Mayor
Gaynor. The .ampalgn wlll be fought
aggressi\el>, but soleh mi the lasues."
"Will you tell its what the issuea
Th6 laauaa aa Ha Saea Th?m.
"The first thlng la to take the police
force entirely out of politics, and place
it on a more efflelent basls. lt haa
been made too much of a playtoy?
there has been too much Juggling. I
want you to understand. though, that
I admire the force. It ia a splendid
body of men. and we owe lt to the
force to clean out the incftKiencv and