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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1911.
BRAND ON A MURDERED MAN
w xnsom n " nn.i-v.it
ron in ic i TitMTon ?
The l.nmliril of His London narchlt
llvldrnllt llutilereil In Hcvciiko In
iiict Into tin' llciilhs of the Victims
of lliv Iturglnrs on lleccinlicr III.
s . 1 Irnu.'f'l to I IIV. St'N
'A'iii inti , Tin' iitiiiiry to-day
CHIP OF PANKHURST BLOCK J'.'
.ir.ss sra i. .w Kit mi, nn.inv
to nn: ron votes ron n omex.
stir Sj, ,rc ThnmnntH More of
IiirIIsIi omen, lull ShcTliliiUThe 'II
;! Voles Within n Year Tell Willi
HcIWi of Skirmishes Willi the Poller.
fnoturing explosives Ho has Blnoe lived
chiefly in tondon nnd Vienna
A Into edition or tho Daily Mail says Hint
the Identity of Fritz's companion In tho
house in Sidney street has been established.
He was mi anarchist of tho nnmo of
Jacob l''ogol, u Uthminflin, 22 year old
He come to London cloven months ago.
lie was known fHinlllnrily otnong his
companions an Joseph.
77 r. to i. x.is xoxsnrr.n.
Wert lo lirl llnttingcs for n Letter W rlt
ten lo Sirs. Wltherliee n rnllnrr.
.s;irr(.i? i',!r l)r,p,,irh ' Till' sv
I'.wtis, .Inn. ft Count liudolpho Kcs
totics Tolna and hU wife, who win for
merly Alko Wothorbeo, have sued V. I',.
i Matitlm, Iho l'nrit repicsontetivo of the
Farmers I,oun and Trut Company rr New
York, for $jO,nnn damages each for a letter
which it it alleged Mi M.intiiiK wrote on
Dei ember :to. IMiT. hi the parents of the
Counsel for the Count explained that the
letter was prejudicial to hit client- be
cause it arrived at the time when the Can-lcllane-(iould
cMe wai exciting interest
in marriages between American women
and Frenchmen of title The le'ter. ac
cording to counsel for the Count, repre
sented the latter at a dowry hunter and
caused Mrs Wethorbco to change her will,
giving the Countess tho usufruct of her
fortune instead of making her sole legatee.
Counsel, continuing, said the Count was
not only a groat aristocrat hut was also a
man of wealth. Ho is a Lieutenant of
Htwsars, n temporary member of the
Jockey Club and the purchaser of the
yncht Thitl", as well as an illustrious ex
plore! Co.Hisel for Mr Mautius p'eaded that
the letter wa n t onlidenl inl communica
tion I'll" tribunal iclucd to grant any
damages on th" ground that the let'er did
no! prevent the marriage of M:ss Wether
be and the Count It also declared that
it had not been proed that the letter
caused Mrs W'etherboMo change her will, . thev were in the light to win. even if mar
and coiihe,uently nonsuited th plnintltli tyrdom was necessary. Thev would not
on every dem.vid j kill anybodv themselves, or even hurl
.anybodv sorioiislv. but thev would not
i:rilli: tin i:IH 'I. FED. h"sitaie to "rush- the police There is
.nothing dowdv about Miss Pnnkhuist.
111. linn l.lves llcpoi'lt-d l.ot In line Place i She believes in dressing well and known
rou.KcroH i.oeii o eiiiii i.ed
i i . the death of Heron, the rrenelnrui
h i 111" landlord of Mime nl the men
, . mod in the llouudsditeli inur.b'r, lr,'
i i. ul.iis, of three pohceineii, and whose
I vv 'h f.ntnd in . i secluded spot on Clap-
, i i 'nmmoii with knife wounds in the
iv . '. the he.nl buttered in, disclosinl an
i.irditury lacl which Is tegardeil oh
l 'i - Mlpportutg the theory that Heron
ni'i'ilered by the terroi IstH In revengo
I h.iv mg given information to the police.
lhe testimony of n physician who ex
n"iuied the body showel that each cheek
v as branded with symmetrical "S" tthaped
ci's Several medical witnesses ngreed
ti .it tlieie were higns on tho body. They
were mublo to explain what theso signs
meant A tmmher of cuts, blows and
t-'a'is, they s.iid, had lxen dulivorod after
Heron had become unconscious. This
(hiwod to tho surgeons deliberate, in
tentioml Injury on tho part of tho mur
derers. In this connection it might be pointed
out that one of tho I-omlon morning papers
n wook ago claimed to be In a position to
(.tnto that Mourontzeff, or Oardstein, or
Onldstein, was tho head of a I,omlon
group of Lettish anarchists. This group,
it was f-tntod, had other centres in New
irk, Ilerlin, Paris, St. Petersburg ami
ienna. The headqiiaitera were in Ham
burg and the suptemo leader was a man
known as "S."
There can be little doubt that the mur
der of Heron was an act of venge-ince.
The doctor who held tho post-mortem
testified that tho left ear had been torn
half off the face and tho head disfigured
by savage slashes. Coming to n mysteri
ous doublo sign written in blood, the
physician described it ns "beginning half
an inch below tho inner angle of the right
eye nnd ending three-quarters of an inch
above the right angle of tho mouth
There was an open S shaped cut through
the outer skin two incho long, running
ncrot-s the right chee't in a downward
direction. On the left cheek, starting
from almost the Identical place as the :-
shaped cut on the right cheek, was a simi
lar S shaped superficial cut two and one
half inches long, which ended, like tho
previous one, half an inch above tho angle
cf the mouth
Although there is no letter "S" in the
P.'.c-'iaa language, in Polish it stands for I portion of. Us (l.ooii inhAbit.-.nN. The de
pipion." or spy structum of the few to!e?n,phs in thu re-
The battle in Sidnev street. Stepney, on Khii pre (.-its veiticrtu n of the reports or
Tuesday gave widespread interest to the n.Xr, nnl. the details
inquest to-day into the death of the three Cnd.iulitedlv thoshoe!; wai ve-v viole-it
Miss Sylvia Pankhurst, formally desig
nated in tho London poliro report as
"K. Sylvia Pankhurst," arrived yesterday
by Iho American liner St. Paul, slender,
red cheeked, anil gentle as tho mildest
mannered man that evor scuttled
or cut a throat. Miss Sylvia never would
do such terrible thingii as that, but she
did say. and sa'd it in an inlet-mi sioti be
tween smiles, that she would, if votes for
women are withheld much longer, be one
of thousands of Knglish women who
would "rush beneath tho hoofs of the
mounted police and lie as tho Christian
ninrtvrt or old died in the arena for their
Miss Pankhurst hi only 2i) years old,
mid she does not look n bit older, although
she has been twice in jail and is proud or
it She Is tho youngest daughter or lhe
great Mrs. Pankhurst, and is n chip or
that celebrated block. All the other
Piinklmrsts are chips, and have rhlps
on their shoulders when the London
bobbies aro around. Miss Sylvia used
some fierce language in tho moments
that she was not expressing optimism ns
to th time when English women will be
permitted to vote She said this would
lie within a year, that everybody In Eng
land, including the police, wanted women
to vole except a mom handlnl of poli
tician. She said that she and her fellow suffra
gettes had been hurt ill every sort of wav,
in prison and out Their legs, arms and
noses hud been broken, and they hud hoen
scratched, bruised and trampled, but
Court of CU'toins VppraU ltold Tlil
HrMlley .llnrtln, Jr.. Is a Non-ltevlilcnl I
NVamiunotoK. Jan. f.- ISradloy Martin. I
Jr.sson of Hrailley Martin, the Now Yotk
nnd London eupltnlist, Is not a resident
of this country in the eyes of tho law, no-
corning to u decision nauueii down iy ino
Court orClistoms Appealshoroto-day. Tho
decision of tho court, which Is tho final
urbltor of nil matters pertaining to the
customs law, revokes that, of Collector
William Loch, Jr., and Iho Hoard of Gen
eral Appraiseis. Tho court holds that
Hrndloy Martin cannot bo niado to tiny
dutv on personal effects hroimhl Into this i
ship I country from England in October, loui), I
Judge Hunt hnnded down the opinion .
und iu so doing established a rule by which
Collectors may hereafter bo guided in ,
determining the sta'us of American
cillens who have resided abroad nnd who
return to the United States.
Hradley Martin, Jr., lauded In New York
in October. 1WM). Collector I.oeb assessed
duty on his personal baggage, nnd his
decision was resisted. Mr. Martin con
tended that he was entitled to the exemp
tions provided for foreign visitors, who
are permitted to bring in any amount of
liorsonal effects provided they nro not
brought for sale.
Mr. Martin said that he had gono abroad
In 1881 and had mndo his homo In Eng
land and Scotland sinco then. Ho owned
property, ho said, in both countries and
niarriecl a resident of Scotland. Ho
showed that he had paid inheritance taxes
in England and that he had never claimed
the right to vote In this country and had
no intention of remaining here,
According to the records of tno case,
t.lrtntnl fr.ilfr SHitm rtf m
Packard Motor Car Co.
of New York
Broadway and Sixty-firit St.
autoxr.it scouts u:itxr.it .why
And Has the
Seen Prisoners HcarrcMvd
,lur Held lllaiuclcn.
In the face of evidence that tho police
have worked two months to get an Inquest
jury in Coroner Hellensteln's court exon
erated yesterday tho soven men charged
with complicity in the murder of John C (Broadway at 34th St
ttuiiiei, mu civil eiiKiuecr muooeu uy i
. 'T'L ' . . . . l '
summit eAticssuieii in i iiiriypovcinii
street and Seventh avenuo on October
Suits & Overcoats for Men
At $15, $17.50, $20 to $25
We sincerely believe and we have never had
reason to mistrust our judgment that the man
who desires to expend either of the above amounts
in the purchase of an Overcoat or a Suit will
secure in garments of our production
the fullest measure of durability, distinct
iveness nnd sbape.-rctaining qualities that
such modest prjees can possibly command.
If it be your wish to test the validity of our claims
to know exactly the difference between what
these prices pay for here and elsewhere you
however, two months after landing Mr. , " 11 .
V. .... ., ...... . t.. v stnun bre.TUer Hilt ( nrnnnr lleltenstpin.
I after discharging the men, announced I
that he was sitting us a Magistrate nnd
In lliiodnti Till kc! an.
rn CjW lfjpilli-1 It Till. M'
St Pirn iiKBt'iio. J.mi ." Authenticated
r.'-coui of the i .-th.qtii.ke in Hussian
Turkot.vi yo-tordi'.y aie still lacking, but
the lepoi ts ro.vhing th newsp.pers here
m.-.sit'fy the disinte.- It is said that the
ttwn of Prjev,'.si, near Lr.ke lssik Kill,
M'.nk wit't r.'l it.s
whom we-e killed
pie? tile site of tae town
Pijpel,, on the HiverCI'ii. is njso reported
to ha-, e been dot-oyod w.th r. Iar;e pro-
pohcemen ktllevt in Houndslitcli on
p etnber 10 and that of the burglar,
MrountvefT. elits Girdstein, who v:is
shot arcidentallv bv one of his pals and
s .hequentl c.iivl in a house on lirove
it-eet. Whitecinpel A hrge crowd ns- . IJuler of an Imtxirta'it lliKsbri alase
Fe-lhlod outJic'e the hcspitil where the Willi a I. arse Trade.
, H is supposed to hr.ve extended for soo
mile-, oivt and wet
! i..iff 'or !ttniiin nr.xn.
inque-t w-as held and it require:! the
tervices of a big force of police to maint un
Mr and Mr Katz, th occupants
rl '.0 Grove street, testified that some
time ago they sublet two room to two
men and a woman. On mm was Ent.
tho burglar suiposed to have been burned
n 'he house in Stepnev on Tuadiv b it
the other was not MorounteiT, alias ( Jard
stem The la'ter. however, vi-i t ".I the
house on several occasion-. Th'1 worn m
was Lu'oa Mtlsiein. who is now m t1!-- -u.
todv of the lichee Doth witnfsses domed
uny know lodge of Morountea" having
taken rcfugo in the house on the mrhl
following the Hnunddi'ch murder.-
Mr. Katr. slid he was awakened be
tween 5 and (1 o'clock in the morning by
a knocking on the window shutters. He
unlatched tho door nnd admitted n
Ho tiiought it was his mother-in-law.
but it might have been either Luba Mil
stein or Hoaa Trassjonsky. alias Selin
tky, who watched nt the bedside of th
dying burglir Oardstein, or Morounti'eff,
who is aho in the custody of the police.
Mr. KnU testified that tho last time he
saw Fritz, th other male occupant of
tho rooms, was tho day before the
The inquest ttid iv wan eontinintion of
the inquiry begun on December 10 at the
London Hospittl by Dr. Wayne E.Baxti-,
the East Iindon Coroner. The principal
tentimony given on thit occasion was
that of Dr. Hainey, house surgeon at the
I-ondon Hospital, who described the death
of Police Sergeant Tucker He also do
tcribed th death of Constable Choate,
who, ho slid, had no less thvi eight
bullet wounds in his body
Dr. John James Scanliui. a physician,
who was called by two women to the
house on Orove htreet, whore lhe
burglar lay wounded. teAtlflcd nt tho
first hearing. Ho said tho women had
tailed him at 3;30 o'clock on the morning
ufter the Houndsdltch affair. Tho women
said that they wanted him to come nt once
to see a man who was in a very bad way
Thy took him to the house at sa Grovn
meet One of the women knocked on the
shutters on the gtound floor window nnd
th front door was opened, by whom ho
mild not tell
The testimony of Kat7. to-day con-
nned this point about a woman knock
' g nt th door early in tho morning.
Hti'7. when he opened the front door
us nut curious enough to ascertain who
r woman was.
1).- Scanlan told how he found the
I rclarlulb drossodandwithhh bootaon.
he and been shot in the bark and was in
d way. lie told the doctor that his
i mu was George Goldstein, and that
i li id been shcii accidentally throo bourn
' ' re by a friend lie refused to go to
h.ixpital The do lor called again tho
' morniti'; nnd found tho man dead
I He wan admitted by two young
ho stood in the passage. Ho dill
ee those men again when he left tho
in iv Ian 0 Among ili htest
on in tho various newspapers
iiiig th" Kast Knd crimes the most
-Mug t. one saying that it has been
"iiiiihI definiielv tint tho Ihree
i a'lens belonged to n gang of at
- itteniy-clftht men and women of
.irne type and character, nil of wh im
oneriied ill tho occupation nl
1 in the I'.xcliango lluildlngs.
Hie police wcio murdered on Du
- now generallv assumed that "Peter
I'.iinier" is still free. It is said that
, iluo believe they nro close on his
1 . and that his arrest may bo expected
. tew hours
respondents in Ilerlin say they
'i " scovered that "I'eter'H" real name
'! -.it, und that he is well known to
i i ' tfnental police, He often called
htrr. Ktovaroff, not Kavaross, He
jitii fieaneki in JSB3 after serving three
Vart jipriS)nment In Franco for manu-
now to moss M;t wori vesleroav a
purple gown and a black turban tur hat.
She was met at the pi"r bv Miss Beatrice
Brown. Miss Lavinia Dock and Mrs. J W
ilramian. who took h"r to the headquar
ters of the Women's Pol.tical Union,!
whe.-e she talked to the ieporle;s
hhe icl.neii how slit- h.xl oven arrested
in Ocrobei. ltxifl, wiim she v. is only IA,
and "nut in the third 'lais." nnd'ho
inhabit.int?. lO.tvm ot teilly had not done aiiythim: nt all. "no.
A new lr.ke now occu-I not anything." It was nue lh.it the
cnarge against ner was -making an on
I struetion." the natuie of which she did
i not explain, but which seemed to be
' interfering with the (silice. or riot moving
on when i hey ordered iier She speni
I two weeks in prison for ties She could
i nut wear her own clothes ami the under-
clothes she was cntn'lled to put on bad
, Is-en "designed and cut bv the primitive
J mile " The great hf.ivy shoes were
miili nil of a size with nails sticking
i through the soles, and they were not
mites. But that has beeti reformed
Now women are first class prisoners mid
j tn v weir their own gowns and have food
s-nt into them.
Mi-s Pankhurst gloried in the tale of the
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 . taxicab. She was one of two
I scouts who occupied the taxi. Some
times they rode on the top. When she
siw fomo policeman getting the better
or a sister or the faith she could not
restrain the impulse to Jump down from
hT perch and lend a hand against thecop.
The affair ol the unarmored taxi was what
hnlMl Miss Pankhnrsr in jail the second
.ire.". She used the taxi to carry messages
i f..n.n ...,.. Il'l.wl t,. ,t.ll,n ..f ..in..n u..f
outh and il'is-um TiirV.-it.ui on , ,..,,, ,..pll ,..r ,nrr.htna ,,,,
i'lllnmeit ccording lo un am of
Chilles II . she expllllled l was or'
livfnl lor I W"lve to gn t lgetller sothere
ftirt ih' women were divided into cotn-i.'u-m
of el -ven Her tnnther led tin
fir: band Whn th" second band came
up .he p .I ce drove ihem hicl Krum
her pToh on the cab Miss Pankhurst
e.iull View the Held of battle like a
blii"i iok"i in a conning tower.
After this defeat the suffragettes several
d'ivs later rallisl a meeting. There were
tin women nt this mooting nnd at the end
r.f it Mrs Pankhurst asked all hands to
follow her and declared she was going
I Downing street to .Mr. Asqulth s liousi'
pi 'i: ('I'll' t)t.ti i to Iiik sex.
t Pt:ri'Bs-i e j, Jan. .1 -Th I'nir of
Bokhiri died last night
Bokhara his b?en a vastl Stite of
Russia for more thin thirl;' yeirs, al
though in form it his been an absolute
monarchy It lies between Afglimistin
i ine tiort i It covers tit.ni'i s pinre miles
nt i'-:tory. and the ptttri'atioii is about
,'..." i no. i T'r.e citv ol Pol, hi' a i-: ird"d
Wis the most important eiii'i"ie.' .niv in
Central ii Its Had" a nount to more
lllil'l il.l.'H". in, i. til , lit i ,i 'mi.i-i .
to Itiis-ia I'nere is a li'" ir.il" with
India and I'er.-i i I'll" franseastuiM
r-iiiwa-' reaches the caint ll Tli Bussi.ins
overrin the country in P'ls Th K'lnr
who lia- uist died, avhl-Abdul-h rl.
came to thit throne in lss.'i He abolished
slavery tn Is' 'I
Martin did decide to remain In New York
and went Into the banking business in
that citv, where his parents lived.
In giving his opinion Judge Hunt said
We are of the opinion that lie has sus
tained tlie burden of proof that when he
arrived in the Pulled States he was not a
resident of this ooun'rv He has hoen
abroad practically all Ills life, had main
tained a household, claimed a residence
there, had paid Income taes in Pnidnttd.
never claimed the right to ole in the I'niteil
states and appeirs to have had no intention
if remaining heio when he arrived tn New
Vol'- in October, imvi
We do not overlook Iho Importance nn I
lie. .-Mt v lor i iistoins oflkers to se.m li lor
external facts liy which thev may talker
the Intent ol tho-? who claim lo l' non
residents entitled to exemption, lor It is
only bv extreme vlirilame that fraud miv
lie prevented On H.o other hand a wit
ness is presumably truthful, nnd It on the
urn ontr.iduted external facts, themselves
not Irrei oncll'ihle or Incompatible with
strut honestv of conduct, the onlv deibe -Hon
which consistent with ,-iifh presump
tion is in lav or ot th" person nriiving. :t
bei omes lhe duty of the courts lo sustain
his statement rather ttin'i disored't tt
would entertain the complaint of Assist
ant District Attorney Heubon, who had
the detectives reartot the men on the
charge of felonious assault In repri
manding the jury the Coroner said ample
evidence hid been adduced to warrant
holding th" defendants fort hod rand. J ury
J K. .Mulligan. Peter J O'Connor and
Alfred Langiotie were held in $s.ihki bail
apiece, Charles J Hansen in Sri.lnH, An
(hew Martin In C-Vioo and Kdwatd Hirsch
fleld and Charles Kllemann in 51,."(i
apiece All wcio sent to the Tombs ex
cept Khetnimu. who was paroled in cus
tody of his lawyer. Louis Hnsbrouck
Newkllk. to get hall
Detective Lieutenant Doinitnek Jliley
testified to statements made to him by
e.ich of the delendants Mulligan, nccord- (
ing to lliloy, said a committee of strikers.
Including O'Connor. Hansen, Martin nnd I
himself nnd others, lelt the strike head
quintets in Washington Hall "to get"
a "skunk " in a seventh aivnuo rt.-ri-1
rant between 'thirty-sixth nnd Tnutv-
I seventh stieeth Miilliganadniitti'd sfiu-'
ing Warner mid taking his gin, said
Uiley, but averred that the stabbing
was" done by a liiooklyn man known as
"Chuck " 1
"Child., according to the Morv, re
turned to Washington Hall, washed a
knife nt a sink mid announced that h
had "got the skunk " Mulligan, it was
alleged, didn't know how Warner's hunt
ing gun got to Washington Hall
lliloy said Mulligan told inconsistent
stories about "Chuck." who was described
us wearing n brown suit and u brown
derbv Mulligan, tin- detective swore,
identified two men us "Chuck" and each
time retracted llilev stid the police
nave annul eonciuneu mat ine man in
en lhe entire io:k ot
CHESTER BILLINGS & SON
ALFRED H. SMITH & CO.
'Ill Hntu more will close lhe ule. This Is lhe tti orrctunlly lo
uixya oonln the grenest values In hlsh-sric'e eelrr ever
o.'treJ lhe huInc rurlic
Diimonds, rods, rubles, sapphires, emerilds, eld, silverware ind
a few fin? Oriental pearl necklaces real bargains
CHESTER BILLINGS & SON'S STORE, 5th Ave. at 34th St,
TO I mm.; HOI f III US.
run ritirr (ommissio.
I.oncvv drill Introduce" lllll Providing lor
a Permanent llmlv.
Washington. Jan. 3 lieiresentative
Nicholas I-iongworth of Ohio to-day in
troduced his bill to create a permanent
tarill commission The moasute was
prepaiod during the holiday recess and
has the approval of President Taft It
propose nn appropriation of 5'.'50,liOO
for the purpose Mr 1-otigworth, ex
plaining in" 1,111 to-day, said
"This bill has been drafted after careful
reading of the various bills that have been
introduced in congress relating 10 n uiriu hrown isatnvth
commission. It contains vvnai in mv T1() juntcments of the other prisoners
judgment are tho liest features of thefe recited bv lllley placed each of them
Dills, and in addition other features which ',,,, Kliemann in the attacking party,
will make the proposed tarill commission ,1,, ,). stabbing to "Chuck "
more eflicint nnd practical. William Higgins. a hallboy nt Smith's
it I'roiiu "";"""'""' ". "." i Hotel, Thirty-sixth and eventti ave-
Vlr. orrl Mould I'rolllblt I'omuilttee
Mectlm;' Ilehlml Closed Doors.
W.vhiiinoton, .Inn. !. Another demon
stration over the House rules is assured J
as a result of the intioductiou to-thy of
two resolutions by Heprescntttive Norris,
the Nebraska progressive who led the
light against the Cannon organization n
year ago. One of the resolutions provides
that the proceedings of all .House com- 1
mltteos shall be mndo a matter of public
Itecord. it prohibits House committees
meeting behind closed doors under any
circumstances. This proposal is regarded
as evolutionary by the regulars. The
other resolution proposes nn nmendment ,
to tho new rule under which a committee
may be discharged from further con
sideration of a given bill. This reform
for defeating or holding a bill in com
mittee Under such a rule the people
would be able to keep tab on the votes
of members in committees and determine
at n glance just how any member voted
on a given proposition in committee."
is rendered ineffective by tho requirement
nue, identities Mulligan and ) t onnor as uiai mim i.iseo up wmi a view is.
among Warner's assailants, but ho didn't ! charging committees shall be rend in full,
see a knife i The Norris resolution provides that the
rthur Taylor of Central Valley, a tiller, only ot suon nuts shall tie read, thus
ran 1 1 nut finna Head.
frrei.il c.itt- D'.'p.irr'i " Tils sr.
Iio.MK, Jan .1 -Cardinil r'r.ineo'
''egna. Prefect of th" Congregation of the
Index: Kpurg.T""i h, di"d of heart
dhoaso thii iivii'tu.i : H- was born in
lsTl. and created a Cardinal in ISDt.
men at a salary u i..! u jmi, m i.
appointed by the President nnd confirmed
hy the Semite In the original instance
the members aro to serve a term of two,
(three, four, live and six years, res per - n,)rM, ,,.,,,,r 'said he sat in the restaurant i saving time and expediting action.
lively, and lliereniter ior uie mu ,eriu nt t, fcnnie table with Wat tier nnd fol- The making public of committee
of six years, the 1 resident to designate loW(,,j lin, ollt ft(,r ,,,. nshed eating , meetings will bo it step toward making
their respective terms (and to name the l ,(, aw MU,KIln ,) langiotie in the I tho House directly responsible to the
chairman. ..... . ., crowd that jumped on Warner Warner, 1 people." s-.nd Uepresentativo Morris.
"It further provides that not more than I n Klj(li f(UKht desperately, flinging tho i "There is no method of throttling legis
tbree of the live commissioners shall i Im,M o(T ,1R fntI, ,1PV t..,-mf Ilt, M. ation so eifnctive and so generally prac
members of the same political party. 1 H' I hKim tripped him. The witness said he ' lised as the process of killing bills in com
commission is given power to appoint iMW Mulligan kick Warner while he was i tmttee t'nder tho present system there
a secretary nnd other employees and to ,l)iwn mu( i,nngione on Warner's back 'is no fixed responsibility for the action
fix their compensation, with the lurther heating him. Taylor saw no weapon , of committees. My resolution will make
provision, in tiiiti'i r.-" ' , in,, lurori
Vimlversnr.v of siansa's Heath.
sperm vnttlr ),-) I'rl it THE St'.s.
Madrid, Jen 5 To-day was the anni
versary of tho death of ex-Prime Minister
Sasast-i. Solemn services were held flt
the cemetery which were attended by
many of th most illustrious men of Spain.
II. Sttiprr Killed In Smith Africa.
.Srflc' Vnhlr Despiteh In Tiik Scs.
Catp. lows, Jan. 5 Among the eigh
teen persons who wero killed by the de
railing or a train near Cathcart to-day
was H Stupor of New York.
Miss i.amiunn IHei In Monte Carlo.
spfri.i falr tlripnleh In Tiik Sun.
Month Caiilo, Jan. 5. Miss Nannio
Lammon, who was horn in Daltimore
in 133, died hero to-day.
Jan. (V Frreilnc temperatures prevailed over
all the country yesterday save the southern halt
nt lhe I'lorlrla peninsula and a narrow strip ot
the (lull cot nnd the Padtlc States. Tho rero
weather was confined lo Canada, the western
part of the lake rejlons anil the upper Mississippi
valley, Iho lowest temperatures were :2 lielow
icro at White Itlver, 5: below at lluhlth, J2 below
at Wlnnepeit anil 13 below at Uscanaba and M
Paul. It was however, irowlnit warmer In all
Hie Central Mates, anil It should he warmer In
IhU reslon to.-day
lhe hluli pressure aiea settled over the South
Atlantic and (iulf States and three distinct areas
of low pressure occupied the Northern .Stairs, one
over the eastern lake renlons anil eastern Canada,
anolher over south flaKota, and the third over
northern Montana and the Canadian Northwest.
Snow fell In the ereater part of the lake lesions,
south liaUola and Wjomlnir, elsewhere lhe
wenlher was Mr ....
In this ilty lhe day was fair and colder In lhe
inmnlnK. wlmKtul-K and high (outhwest: aver
ntK huinlillt'. .V per cent . Iiaiomeler, corrected
in read to sea level.nt a A M . W) 14, .1 1' M , won.
'Iho lemiieraiun) cslcrda)', as reriinled hy lhe
ofliclal thermoinitcr. Is thoivu In Hie anncied
lu"'' mu. lBto ; mu. imo.
ft' -;. ! o P. .M '.'! :n
'jji. sj I', 2X 3l!l3 Mid . ST 34
1jwrht ttmiierature, l-i', at 1 A. M.
wisuismoN ronFcssr ron to ovt and to.
fnr ranlrrn Xrw Ynrk. snow in nnrthrrn ami
rii.uii.i in soulhrrn imrttnn In tiny, lair lo morrow.
mrpl tnow In rilrtmr nnrthrrn portion; rot much,
cniinot In irmprrnlurr, moil'ralt south unit south
I nr New I'luTland. Benerally fair In day and lo
riurniA-. esrept iirnlmhly snuw Ituirles In north
w si portloti. nut niueh chance In Icinperalurc;
inuder ite west and so Unwed winds
1 or i alern IVniHi Ivnnlii, cluudy and probably
now- iu I'vtremc nurlhi'rn iiorllon today, fair
to nmi riiw. not ituch i hanite In teniuraturo;
inoUir.iie southwest nnd west winds
I'or the lusiriei (a t imuiiiui.i, .t w- .icrsey,
Mis Pankhurst in her taxi went along
At the head ol the street she found n
double row of police, who had expected
the onslaught Miss Pankhurset practi
cally became the colonel of the iuittallon
She rose on her taxi and waving her hand,
or perhaps her hands, shouted, if so
charming a young woman with so soft
a voice can shout' "Push! Run! Push!"
She saw that nn assault company front,
ten or more deen, would demoralize the
cop. It did. They went down like nine
pins before a champion bowler. The
police reserves were handy, however,
ami the suffragettes were 'driven back
and many arrested, including the young
strategist on tho taxi. The sentiments
of the chauffeur were not solicited by
Miss Pankhurst, but he seemed to enjoy
the frav. As to tho breaking of .Sir,
Asquith s windows, Mist Pankhurst said
she was not with the women who did it.
Miss Pankhurst is going to lecture
here, beginning to-morrow nt Carnegie
Hull, beforo the Civic Forum. Some of
her talks will be about her experiences
STHIHMS FUSHT WITH CO VS.
natehmnn Hho Has the Innocent Cause
of II lines to Hospital -Six Arrests.
After 2.V) employees of the Oreenpojnt
Metallic Bedstead Company at Franklin
and Oreene streets, Brooklyn, had gone
on strike yesterday and pickets were
stationed nroiind tho factory Charles
Offerman, a watchman at the factory, tried
to go through tho lines but was stopped.
Ho refused to join tho ntrikers nnd was
set upon by them.
The few policemen on guard at the
factory were unablo to quell tho rumpui
and ("apt Coleman hustled out the re
serves from the Oreenpoint avenue police
station. A fight took place between the
police nnd aliout forty strikers. Solo
mon floldberg of 121 Franklin street,
Abraham Heitman of 185 Huron street,
Herman M'dudo of 2N Scannol street,
bonis Simon of 'J02 Cireetie street. Morris
Ileriistein of 2-1 Metropolitan avenue and
Isaac Koofersteni or 102 Mooio street
Offerman was taken to Iho Williams
burg hospital nnd the six prisoners were
held at tho police station for disorderly
llnllillng Operations In ueoin.
A now record for building oporationu in
Queens borough was made iu tho year I0IO
according to the report ol tno imreau of
buildings of that borough. Plans for
4,l3fl new buildings were filed during the
year, representing a total cost of $1.1,341);-
177 UI tne pinuH ior imuiiiiigs ...-mi were
for detached frame dwellings and SCO for
dotaeheil brick dwellings Tho cost of
these dwellings amounts to more than
Mtxxi.ixxi, which Iho statistician of tho
Queens building department save exceeds
iho record of any one of tho four other
,av)er llarra Not (Sillily.
(Vsar Hurra, a lawyer or 101 taifayello
si reel, who was arrested iu November
on tho charge of conspiracy, was dls-
i fr..e n hand ns nossilile in obtaining
expert information, tnai inese employees
shall not no euojeci ii m" vi.n s.-in..
regulations, except as to clerks, stenog
raphers, messengers nnd other em
ployees oi similar grout-.
"The principal ofhee of the commission
is to be in the Treasury Department at
Washington, but the commission is given
full authority to conduct its Investigations
at any other place, either in the United
States or foreign countries.
"The duties of the commission r.re
provided for in sections 3 and 4, which,
while much simpler and brteier than tho
subjects relating to this subject in other
bills, will fully cover, in my judgment,
all the duties which tho tariff commission
The results of the Investigations of the
commission are to be made in the form of
reports and submitted either to the Presi
dent or to Congress, when called lor by
either, and there is a farther provision
which gives to the tariff committees of the
House and Senate tho right to summon
the commission to appear before them.
In general tho purpose of the bill is
stated to bo to establish a permanent
tariff commission, which bhall have all the
powors of the present tariff board, and
in addition, further powers for the pur
pose of making it a thoroughly efficient
body and to give It every proper fucillty
for- conducting its investigations.
Mosemrnts of Xaval VcstoK
W'ashinhton, Jan. 5. The collier Leb
anon has arrived nt Boston, tho destroy
ers Paulding. Terry and Roe at Key West,
tho cruiser Colorado at Mare Island
light and the destroyer I.amson at Culebra.
The cruiser Chester has sailed from
Norfolk for Ouantanamo, tho cruiser
North Carolina from Portsmouth, N.
H for (lunntonamo, the collier t yelops
from Sewall's Point for Ouantanamo,
the supply ship Celtic from Boston for
luantanamo, the supply ship Supply from
lanlla for Ouam, the torpedo boats
The. lurors who thoueht the nrisoners it IKissibloTor the nublio to nlacn its fineer
uirecuy on uie man or men responsioie
ought to go free without further investi
gation live in Second avenue at these
numbers: II Bassermnnn. foteman, (112;
A. I.owenstein, ftss; W Schlohohm, 80;
B. Koenlgsberg, fllfl; E. Mayer, 710; I,
Kelvin, flftt; P J Sherrie, 7-2; Isaac Joyce,
fW, Bernard I'ret?. "Oft; S. Kampf, 25;
J. Scherzcr, 73S, and H. Friedmann, 738.
COST Of ItOOSKVEhT'S Tlt.WF.hS.
Proposed ('real Inn of a (,'ongrest Com
mittee tn Make nn Investigation.
Washinoton, Jan. 0. Representative
Itoiney of Illinois offered a resolution In
the House several weeks ago providing
in a general way for an Inquiry into tho
cost of Mr. Hoosevelt'8 travels while ho
was President and calling for information
as to whether Mr. Iloosevelt paid hits own
expenses on such trips and if any unpaid
bills on this account were held against
him by the railroads.
To-day Mr. Rainey submitted anothe:
resolution providing for the creation of r.
Congress committee of live members to
make the proposed investigation. The
cotnmitteo is authorized to make inqulrie'i
of Mr. Hoosevelt's relations with all rail
roads in tho matter of travel, but specifi
cally names tho Pennsylvania, the North
ern P.icilio and the Southern roads.
Small Florida Hank Closed.
Tampa, Fla.. Jan. 5. The Bank of
Tampa, a State bank with $280,000 de
posits, was closed to-day by State Comp
troller A C. Groom pending an examina
tion of the institution's condition. It is
generally believed tho bank will resume
and that depositors will be paid in full.
rirsv raitEMAX fixed.
Turned I p Drunk In Court stlth Sealed
Verdict In Ills Pnrket.
Justice Jaycox and eleven memhers of
a jury beforo which a railroad damage
suit was tried on Wednesday and which
had been instructed to return a sealed
verdict were kept waiting for twenty
minutes yesterday morning in tho Su
premo Court in Brooklyn for Peter H.
Ferguson of 73 Cooper street, foreman of
the jury, who avas the custodian of the
Ferguson was in such a tipsy condition
when lie finally turned up that he had
to lie helped to the rail by tho court
"Why, you are drunk!" exclaimed
Ferguson nodded assent and after
feeling in his pockets for a couple of
minutes produced the verdict Tho
Justice told hira that ho was an absolute
disgrace to tho community and fined
MESSRS. CRICHTON BROS, of
London have the honour to an
nounce that it has pleased King
George V. to issue a Royal War
rant appointing them Goldsmiths
and Silversmiths to His Majesty.
NEW YORK, LONDON,
636 Fifth Avenue. 22 Old Bond Street.
pel ivv,,r.' nn.l MurylanU, probably fair h. .lay ami , vH.rflay Mnghtruto Murphy
tomorrow. ...it much chan :u In temperature. K1.1'1,,, ..rTersM Market court Vho
IlluU,ratc ..outh to .,, Uecntion contended that Ham. had
i-nr vtcsu-rn New orK, snow io nay anil
probably lo morrow, not murh rhaniin In Ipiii
prratur'' brisk southeasterly vvlmls. ahlftlne to
westerly tn rilzlit
Kor western Pennsylvania and Ohio; fair In
southern anil anow In northern portions to day;
fair to-morrow, except snow near the lake;
laodereW! ioutherly. tbUUae to weittrly winds.
rnlltv knowledge of tho substitution of
another person for a man accused of
carrying concealed xvoapomi iu tho Court
of Special Sessions on October 27 Harm
said he had never mot the real defendant
and did not know that any Bubstltutlon
had been mado.
. ., e f ...... ...
aiannu no wiin.
n,!!, nnrl Striiiehain
r,.r. ,.V,.ln In Chesnncakoi Hav. the gun
boat IVigJe from San Juan for ( ulebrr.
and the cruisers Cr.llfornia and South
Dakota from San Francisco for Santa
Thnnks of Congress t l'.HIm Hoot.
Washington, Jan. 5, A joint resolu
tion introduced by Uepresentativo Doug
lass of Ohio to-day proposes to confer
tho thanks of Congress on Klihu Hoot
"for his patriollo services before tho
Permanent Court of The Hague in the
arbitrated settlement of different ipies
tions long in disagreement, between the
United State nnd (ireat Hritain.
f swift X Co. Increases Capital Stock,
CiiuiAfiO, Jan. 5. Stockholders of Swif I
,v Co. at their annual meeting this after
noon voted to increase tho stock from
tlKl.tKHI.IKKI to $75,000,000, The new stock
will bo issued at par nnd offeied to stock
holders of record lo Jnnuiiry 1(1 ;n the
rate of one share of the new to each four
shares now held. Tho gross salee of the
company for lhe llscal year exceeded
$250,000,000, while the net earnings wete
Hotel lloiilevnnl liuest Takes Poison.
A man who registered at tho Hotel
Boulevard, Broadway nnd Slxty-soventh
street, ius A. Miller, Nnw York, was found
unconscious in lila room yesterday after
noon. A doctor from Flower Hospital
said that tho man had taken some sort of
poison, He has a return ticket to Miller
inn. N V Ho in n4Flower Hospital in a
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