THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Unsettled to-day; showers to-night or to
morrow; variable wind.
Detailed weather reports will he found nn page 17.
VOL LXXIX. NO. 258.
NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912. t'opyriuhl, I!I2, hu tin Nun I'rinllnu mid l'ubtihlntAoclatlan
PRICE TWO CENTS.
i. n er mio
Kn 1 1 Count Slums Tuft Han
Hchind La Follctto in
WOMEN' I-LOCK TO POLLS
Miijuiiiv of Suffragettes in
San Francisco Vote
ri.A Itk I.SO SWEEPS STATE
M'aKcr Lead- Wilson hv :t to I.
Sts Fi:. tsco. May 1 1. Col. Rooovclt
h cni-rn.il California ly a (lurallty of
'mm t'.i lo .vi.rifKi. and lie lin. also ear
ned San Francisco, lull not liy so targe a
Not mole than In p.r t eut of Iho votes
lave been counted, lut lliey show that
Unocvelt is leading everywhere and thai
in the southern part or the Slate lie lia
polled more than the combined vote of
Taft and Follette and In many places
supposed to he Republican sttnngholds lie
has beaten Taft by 3 lo I This tremendous
vote was scored in P.isatlcun, Riverside
and Santa Barbara
In San Francisco a niajoriiy of ihe-jC,."iTii
n mien voter must have supported Uoose
wlt All the Federal officials here were
itgamt-t Tnft, and especially the custom
house brigade, who.se salutics recently
n-te reduced. I,n Toilette in mr.ny places
pnlleil larger vole than Taft Instead
of cutting into Itoou'Velt'K vote, as was
predicted, he actually cut into Tuft
Mere nre some of the early return"
Tv hundred and ten precincts hi
S.i n Francisco nut of 3.".il wive the fol
lb., e--ev.lt, 1,2S; Taft. S.O03: l.a Fob
c tc, s.GCl; Wilson, 1,507: Hark. 3.SS;.
First of the Kcpubltcuu delegates for
each candidate: Hiram W. Johnson.
U'7'M: Abide K. Krobs. S07. Wlllll.m
::. Smythe, :,I0S.
First of the Democratic delegates: ,
'.iminettl. 1.7C4; Theodore A. I Jell. 4. H.I.
Twenty-two complete precincts in San
loe give Koo-wplf lnti. Talt iT. and La
Two complete precincts in Fiesno
give Roosevelt, Id; Taft, 17; l.a toilette, IN.
I'itst four precincts in San Josd give '
lic.M.velt. 281; Taft. 151; l,a Follette, I. '... j
Twenty-nine complete precincts in i
l. Angeles give Hoowell. 1,395: Taft, t
(V). Ln Kollette, 371. 1
Pa-adena is conceded by the Tnft
I -itte. to Roosevelt by 3 to 1.
( hamp Clark swept California ou the
Democratic ticket by fully a large a vote
h llocsevolt carrieil the Hepublican
Throughout California Clark's voto will
average 3 to 1 over tlint given Oov. Wil
ton In San Francisco it will average
. to 1 Wilson's manager got In early
and established un effective campaign
bureau, but it in evident that the voters
ere not impressed with the (itiulltlcations
of the Governor of Now Jersey.
hi Southern California treineiiiioiiH mu
,tiriti were polled by Clark. In San
I rutioico seventy complete precincts give
t l.irk I.OW); Wilson, 157.
( ahfnrnlu's first Piesidcntlul prefei-
mo primary and first election ni which
Acnien in the St ute haI a chance to make
a i hoice of Presidential candidate proved
te he a quiet nflftlr, In Han Francisco
'iot half the interest was evidenced that
.! shown at the election for Mayor lat
v.vmbcr Not o per cent, of the reg
('latiun in this city hud voted by in
''''K; but after that hour the crowd
isp.ni puting in and by the time the
il' clot-ed it wan estimated that M)
lt . eiii of the nrfi.ntt legiatered hud
lh" &meu who weie Niippoited to be
st i j make their choice, did not apj)ar
-ar' l'crhap'j household duties pre
vnti j many of them from knowing
( ' noon After noon they came In
a'K Lumbers and they ahtonished tho
" -n ' ofllccr by the knowledge they
.( J (,f the routine of voting. Few
al i be i-hown how to select their bal
'' an 1 what to do in the booth,
i Mip we-tei u addition, one of the lead
i res,ji,iu"e ,ction, the women playod
n ii'ifirtant part ut tho polls, casting
"'ween jo and ,10 per cent, of the vote.
I" i"iily all the boo tin women were
'Y'c."iti;d on tlie election boards and
fi'-v went nt their' woik as nonchalantly
iic etlectlvoly as though they had Wn
'o i or year",
1 he booth nt Sacramento and Pino
' - Hie judge was Mrs. Mary I.'.
I nv, onii of tho most prominent HUf-
-H"' jrKers in California. She worked
i ii ' , . election board at the recent bond
'i"' ' ii and gained considerable publicity
r' it'i her MienuoUH objections to mnok
'i? ' me bootns. At that time she do
"'' 1 .ul booths should lie fumigated, but
become more lenient with meio
1 " 'iiul sat uncomplainingly at a table
" the main moinleni of the board
' vii ( cut cigars of uncertain aroma,
' ii i'her booth In this district a comely
negrcK served nn tally clerk.
.iic North I leach precinct only one
' i'i Miied Jn thiH pn-cinct many
' " wen. employed in lirtlldlllg out
i'" Jn another precinct fourtet-n
"i wen. iegiterel, but only four
M.ion lln vole was light be
i i i be large number who had regis
' 1 'i 'leloiiglug lo the Iftiiou l.nlior
' el, inn mi candidate. Many
1 hImi went to the booths, hut they
pei mined to cast n ballot for any
'ie uindiilates. Tim women in
- ii were far tnorp active than tho
i 'i proportion to registration they
i "o men In one precinct every
'i the roll voted
it wJiHiBini: incidents occurred. John
..g ...uii yrnn privileged to vote wherever
lie liung his hat When refused, he said:
"whv.l voted in this city for Harrison
hen he ran for 1'resld. nt nil hour after !
landed from my s!enm"r."
Many who hud refused In state their
lurty preference, thereby forfeiting their
right to imitlclpatu In the preference
primary, were much cliagrined when
denied their ballot, mid the registrar whs
kept biny explaining tho law to them
Max I'opimr, a Democrat or years stand
ing, made strenuous complaint U-cnise,
through u mistake which did not Impi 'ess
him as funny, he had received n lie
publican sample Imllol. One fumilv,
hush.mil and wife who had disagreed
politically, triod to vote nt cnrato
precincts, and did not get straightened
out until the husband made a trip to the
The total registration in California is
OBfl.BIS llcpubllcuna, 2(i;,2.V. Democrats
and 71,790 Socialists, tho latter not voting
In Presidential preierenco primary. In
teresting an a comparison with tiie lurt
Statewide vote Is-fore women received
tho ballot are the llgures or the guber
natorial election, when a total of 3S3.051
voted. .Johnson received 177,11)1 to Hell's
There are probably lOO.iHin women reg
istered intheS(nte,J8.57(iinS.iii Francisco.
27,fKin across the lny, besides ,i heavy
registration in the soulh and the in
turior t.os Av:u:., Till., Maj H.- Iteturns
fiom to-day's preferential primaries
received up to S o'clock Indicate a two
lo one victory for Itoosevelt over Taft
Kven San Francisco county, origi
nally believed likely to go for Taft. may
he itlptlircd by ItiioseVelt.
Despite ii light vote P.noevetl will
have a big plurality In southern Cali
fornia. TALK OF PENN. R. R. STRIKE.
lien mi i:li-clrle Cars Wnnl Same lu
mi v I en in I'm tn a.
A sti.ke vole may soon be taken by the
firemen, trainmen and condiiclors on the
Pennsylvan'u Itnilrond liii"J east of Pit's
burg unte-u the oftlcials of the road agre
to demands as to workitig conditions on
its electrical lines. These deninii'l.s nbo
apply to iased lin-
Conferences have heu going mi lor
some time between s. C Long, gl'iiral
manaeer of the railroad, and repiesenta
tives of the employees. On Monday the
employees cilliil into their iimfcri'lice
with .Mr. I.oiik 'ie.Preid-nt lnn of
the lirolherhood or ltailroad Tniiniii-n,
Vice-President Clark or the "rd-r or
Itailrosd '"tintlucforK and Vice-Pri'-id'-ni
McNamari of the H'-otherhoid of l. i-o-'
motive Firemen mid F.ngine ilea.
The princiKil demand is that the sched
ules governing rates of pay and condi
tions on electrilled roads apply to the
steam roads. The hiuio conditions nre
demanded on leased lines that aro elec
trified. The men detmtid tint In rise
the corporation lei ses tr.i(jk'i;, rlshls,
c to any other corporation a guarantee
must I given that tli same rates would I
Is. paid ns by the corporation owning the I
The conference, it wa said la.t eve
ning, nre fast reichiug a deidloelc on
this point. A representative of the com
i "The question of such a guarantee It.ir.
been raised, but it is uiuvis'iiuhl" to
assume that the Pennsylv.m'.-i Itillroid
would obligate itself to such n ptinciple."
in view of the fact tint the . n
on the Eastern lines are arbitrating among
other matters tho snmeqiiiMtl -i the con-
servatlves among them l,, :i,,t believe !
thatn strike would follow r.ilho.. in.-,,.r..e
on this matter. A strike ote
ihn rnllrisid brnihei-lw.U ,1. ,,. ,..
wrilv mean a strike even If the vote is !
overwhelming for a strike.
One faction of tho Pennsylvania lire
men, trainmen and condiir tor-, it was
learned, has registered a strong protest
against the submission of the wages
and condition In the electrifiod xones
SINGS AS TRILBY DID.
(ilrl Astonishes lloelors Ii, Her Music 1
PillL.uiKM'iiu, May it At u meeting
of the American I.aryngologlcal Society
heie to-day at the College of Physicians
and Surgeons a demonstration along the
lines of (leorge du Maurier's story of
Trilby was given bv Dr Frank 1-',. Miller
of New York
In Dresentine to the meet hie lite airl
who was to sing while hypnotized to the !
accompaniment of a phonograph Dr,
Miller said that the itirl had told him
that her employer, an amateur hypnotist, '
had relieved her of headaches bv hyp.
notism. The girl had met many singers
in the doctor's office and sometimes said
sho'd like to go on the operatio stage.
She knew she didn t have u very good
voice and once she usked to be hypnotized I
and allowed to sing accompanied by a
phonograph. Dr. Miller tried tho experi-,
ment and the girl sang soprano and tenor
solos easily, accompanied by the voices'
of well known opera singers
For the audience of 2t men to-day she
sang "The Rosary," and alter she had fin
ished she was taken around still in a hyp
nntio state and introduced to members
or her audience.
FINGER PRINTS OF SUSPECTS.
Mayor's Investigation Causes Waldo
In MudUy Ilia Orders.
liy an order Issued yc-sterdtiy by Po
lice Commissioner Wuldo In the future
nASiniti arrjiutml riml utm.it.- r,r,.,nun,l nf
crime will not have their finger print.
tuken. This order was given nftcl- an I
investigation started by Mayor Oaynor
Into tho system of taking linger prints ,
nnd arose out of the case of Mls.i Flop.
nice Morris of 720 Htverslde Drive.
MIsh Morris was arrested on .May C 1
and on the following day she was hon
orably discharged In court. Mayor Oay
nor wanted to know from Commissioner
Waldo why Miss Morris had been sub
jected to the ringer print test. The po
lice reported thut It was done according
to (lenerul orders No. 13 Issued by
Commissioner Waldo on March 11 Inm.
Tho exact wording of the ( omnils
sloncr's new order was not obtnluubln
lust iiiir iii I
' ' K , .
BONDH HTOI'K CI.HTIFirAir.lH
r.nirsvrd and printed by rorllcs. Mary Co ,
Inc , M John sired. r.Ubllnca ll7,-Ur.
four killed in battle
'Vo l.cmloi's of Oltlltf and Two
Soldiers I.os Thoir Lives
in Kituve Fitflit.
lirXDIIKUH OF SHOTS FIHKD
One of the Outlaws, After llehisr
Wounded. h Kicked lo Dentil
by Molt of Citizens.
Siircml cattle lirtpatch to Tiir. sr.
I'aiiih, May 15. In n bottle with the,
police undn detail of soldiers last night
the two remaining lenders of the unto
mobile Imndlte who terrorized this city
In the battle two soldlets weie
killed, ami four policemen, two of whom
will probnble die. were wounded.
A second siege was necessaty lo lid
Pails of the two men who were killed
The sl,,( lustid rom mldtilKht until
( o'clock this mnrnluR, when the house
was rushed by the jioilce with dog" In
the leud. Vallct. who wan half naked,
fired at the dogs, which Hew at his
head. Meanwhile the police ilddled htm
with bullets. A piece of Ids chcel; was
bitten off b the dogs.
Octave Oat titer, tin- noted nmuuhlxt,
who once uutltV'd I.eplne, the Prefect
of Poliie, that he would appear In his
ciltlce and shout the place up, afiri
which be would (oinnilt suicide. vn
fiiiind In nn tipslnlrs roonf dead with
seven bullets In Ills body
Prefect lupine and Chief (iuiiiiard
tf the del ctlve forw got. rid of
Ho mot and Dubois at Cholsy-le-Mer
in th Sil-id.iy battle Ihr e weeKs ago
I'o-uight thesesameotncials with a strong
lorce of poll n Hli liet rtlves went to
Nogcnt, a village on th Marne. It it a
popular resort on Sundays for boating,
bathing and (i-hing, It i" thre- rnihs
outside the fort Iflcal ion to the e.is'ward
auri beyond Vineennes,
Th police ha receded information
which hsl tie-in to beliive tint (linii'.-r,
lhe.iuni.hist leader, nd Viillet.anotliT of
the bandit g.i lg, together with one of
their mislies--e, had taken a cott lge 1'oui
tlaysago at N'ogeni They st-.rled t i get
ih" men to-night !
The moment, th" police uii ied tin-1
brigands opened tire Inspector I'lenry
fell severelv wounded and two olh"r otti '
cials were slightly hurt
situated nt the foot of a very high viaduct
witli a blank wall backing on the roBdwav
i-t w e(1 it una tne .iers ot ins vwiiict ;
After th- llrst interehin"of shots Hie
woman appeared at the door and u-.
rendered to the police Si va (u--
niUiress. a woman nuiiieJ Sohoof.
Hie police set anoitl a legllls.r -IK" !
by throwing locks Irom l'ie top r the,
viaduct on the nif of t'ie c! tr.jj. Tin- i
did not prove very ss;isfnitnry .and the .
attempts were made t ) evplode bomb.. ,
against the wall-. These. lid ll(tled.niU'ie ,
in coniaris..u with their loud ieport ,
All this time th firing eoiitinii'il and 1
crowtis negan in a.se.noie rn;.tillj- a,
I 1 1... tteli Kmrit ,.f ,,iii!IVAd ti,'t! .1 I ... I ltt '
ln o clock tliee lud used up their
sXn "f '"-rtriilges Hour nfte hour
Pissed Sometimet i volley was fired,
hut the only audible result was the crash-
illg of wititlow panes. Sile.Ke followed
in-" again mere wouki ne separate snots
i:vHrv ''' ' n while u dynamite car-
t ridge would ! exploded which seemed
from the noise as if it hud destroyed
Toiches were lighted and the fluie binpr
of automobiles were turned on the cottage
to give assistance to those who were
shooting at the desperadoes
Meanwhile automobiles continued lo
urrivo on the soene, and the electric cars,
which were ciowded. brought hundreds
111 "1B "'"' " '"''y were not aitowe.1
to approncn witmn a certain mini
During the shooting Police Inspector
Dekiplne was wounded. This gavo rise
to n report that Prefect Lepine Itad 1 "f tle Alkenhentl residence, which is one
beon shot. I of the most costly here, nt 1:30 this morn-
Trie house had been carefully piepared i i'K- When he returned un hour later he
for defence. Holes had licen pierced I two men and a woman carrying suit
In tho walls from which the dcsieradts "ases hurriedly leave tho house by the
of the bandits was
wrecked. The ground about the cot
tage Is strewn with scattered f"urnl
'tore, emutv cartridge shells and nrtl
cles of every description. The cellar
contained twenty Drowning revolver
and 200 cartridges.
The police say that the bandits fired
more than 300 shots during the siege.
The soldiers and police fired 2,000, It
was u miracle that some of the thou
sands of spectators were not killed or
The presence of the brigands at Nogeut
was dlscoverod in n singular manner on
Sunday night. A lire broke out near ti e
cottage and tho two lundlts worn bo
active in their efforts to extinguish it
that they attracted general notice. Thoy
were finally recognized as the automobile
F.tTorts weie made to blow up the house
with melinite and nt 1:30 Wednesday
morning a cartridge damuged the cottage
Tno police thereupon dashed in
with clrawii revolvers nnd drugged
Yullet out beneath the viaduct.
Tho crowd broke down the barrier and
finished off tho bandit bv klcklnu and
I beating him, after tearing off every rug
The bodies were taken to the morgue
under n strong guard. They were nil ,
l,,iler.rl1 'nr !,oun,l'nSf Vy VV
"!!! ' 0,Illltl(' 1,1 '"''"B ""1 with
STEVENSON RELIC LOST.
Fear Writer's tiitnlilovraphv Went
II...... Will. tl.. TK.nl...
Mpttlal t'a'iir Ottpoit ti Thk Mux.
London-, May if, Sir I'dmund (losse,
the Llhrailan of the Houn of Iordw
and noted authority on literary matters
writes lo the newspapers t tat no rears
that a fragment autobiography ol Itolwrt
Ixiuls Kfcvcnso omposorl in the writ-
er's fnwhest and finest manner, was in
the possession of (leorge D. Wldener,
who hi lost on the Titaulo.
WIFE LISTED FOR A. S. COCHRAN.
II ii I One "II Idlest Mm-lielnrV I'sni
II) ) lip Is Still Single.
Alexander Smith Cochran, who is linad
of the llrm of Alexander Hmllh A .Sons
Carpet Coin puny of Vonkers, one of the
wealthiest concerns of its kind in thoworld,
and who has been frequently Incut loued
us tho "richest bachelor In the world,"
sailed for Kuro)Hi yesterday on the Kron
priiuessin Cccllle. The ofllclftl passenger
list of those on board contains the names
"Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Cochran."
Tho names and the fact that it has not
beon known that Mr. Cochran had mar
ried gnve-rUe to rumorsof an elopement,
while a telephone tulk with the daughter
of the superintendent of Mr. Cochran's
estate In Tnrrytown brought forth only
the Information that she did not know
that Mr. Cochran had murrled, but
Mr. Cochran's brother. (I. A. Cochran,
said last night nt Mount KUoo that the
Mory of n marriage was untrue; that
there hud I u a mistake in printing the
passenger ltt. And -
A brother-in-ltiwwho lives In Plainfleld,
N. suld the samo thing. And -
Paul A. Heubncr, manager of the New
York brunch of the firm, said that It must
havti been that a mistake hud been made,.
"Knowing the man," said Mr. Ileubner,
"I can stamp the story as ridiculous."
Hut the press agent of the North (ler
inau l.loyd said it was impossible that a
mistake had been made.
AlcMindei' Smith Cochruu inherited the
bulk of his money Irom his i ncle. Alex
ander Smith, who started the carpet
mnnutufturiug business, Mr, Cochran's
wealth ha been estimated variously nt
Irom Hl.i'on.ino to fcAii.noO.UOti. He is ii
young man and is u Yale gruduate He
lias told lriends that he never would
SNARLING CUR IN THEATRE.
llolnu Picture aillt-iice, In I'niil.-,
sleuil mi 'I'lirlr Chnlrs.
A Mitipplui', snarling dug, balking
through ii moving picture theatre on the
niutbiast corner of ) 13d street and
leno3. iiveiiuc last night while the
hnu."f wtiH il.ul;. kept the mullein e of
30i persons In terror for nearly halt ttn
hour. People stood on their seats,
frightened at tin- unknown nnd unseen
terror, and women screamed, but there
was no rtifli to get out of the house,
as everybody win afraid to leave a place
Muli up on the seats. The dog was
Dually lassoed by two policemen and
shot lo death.
The house Is owned and managed by
titisbnc Multer. and he was In charge
last night. A ftlni had Just been tun
off nnd the operator was changing his
machine when out of the darkness
came n yelp. The dog nt thnt time was
near the door. Some one screamed,
"Mnd dog!" ami 111 a minute the house
was in pandemonium. The dog raced
! ,wn ,.
aisle. Sometimes he w-nulil
try to noxe his w.iy Into a row of seats,
iM,t a hctn y foot would thrust him back.
adding to bis terror. Kicked bv all
., approached, the dog llnalK
..llt to the front of the bouse mul
( n.urh. d in a corner against the piano.
The pianist, Miss :ilzul-tli .McKay,
li.nl loiiu s ice abimdoned he! stool f.
,m. 10j, f vutw,
.iuller shouted out a icipu-st for
, v ,, to ;cep their heads. Then lie
rti,,rf,i t1(. K,is on, n,i'Uu. ,v wajl
,.,,,,, 1Ir. wn .., (I,.,V lrMx
,,.,,er. probably half mad from hungei
Two ,)0i,.i,ien. llpruum Mhw rni.1
lU-nty Ib'lihvlg f th" lnst 128th stieot
station, were called In, They mode a
lasso out of smile rope nnd managed to
get It iiiiiund the dog. Then they
dragged him to the street and put two
bullets In his head.
THIEVES IN AUTO COME AGAIN.
Tito Men nnil a Wonts it I iniiiiill
I'll I til lliirHlat- In eit Itoeltt-lle.
Nnv Itocur.Li.K, May 11, Paying (heir
third visit to New Itochelle, two well
dressed men nnd a woman who cam nnd
went in an automobile robbed the home
of Henry Aikeuhead at 57 Plntnrd avenue
early this morning. The police think
silverware, silk dresses and table linen
worth about. $2.isk) were tuken.
Policeman Thomas Kiernan tried all
the doors and windows on the first story
front door, get into an uutomobiln and
drive away. Kiernan ran after the car.
but could make out only thut it carried a
Connecticut llcenso number plate. En
trance had been gained by cutting a
Pi,e of ,UM out f 0,,e f h parlor
d rawing room windows and turning the
latch. The house is fully furnished, but
nothing was disturbed except in the attic,
where two trunks were broken open with
un uxo and rifled.
Mr. and Mrs. Aikenheml sailed last week
for Kin-ope , to bo gone three months,
BOY WHIPPER GETS 60 DAYS.
It Oaitht lo He six Months," Justice
Moss Snys In Candr Store Sinn.
Joseph Martin, the candy store man
who tied four-year-old Antonio Dunzig
to a gas pipe and then thrashed him with
a horsewhip, uud ubout whose punish
ment Hourly u hundred persons wrote to
Chief .lustice Itussell, was sentenced yes
terday by Justice Itussell in Hpeoial Ses
sions to serve sixty days in the Tombs
prison. The .lustice said:
"There Is noieffort to conceal the fuel
that the three Justices of this court do
not agree as to tho punishment to be
dealt to this rnun Martin I have con-
sldered the fuot that ho pleaded guilty
and that ho has already served tpiito u
f'w dy Prison, and therefore I am
,-olng lo sentence him -Justice Moss
ii'nims-to servo sixty uuys in inn i tty
lite probation officer testified that ha
hud found out that Martin had been
married about five years, that his wife
! many years and tuat Martin had Isirne
a good reputation among thnstithat knew
him. Ho said that (lie boys of the neigh-1
1 horhood hid undoubtedly greatly an-'
u " " '. . '.". or lui
uoytsi snirt in ana otner storoKoepers,
As tho prisoner was being tuken from
the court room Justice Moss said Irom the
"You ought lo get six months "
--- - i
Hrtar4 or Oiford -th lion tnll or !iri
yeiUswu. t Npeacw'i. 1 Maiden a.-A4f. m
Monitt-cli on His Wn.v Home
From the Riviern When
the End Comes.
HHOTIIKK OF ORRCJAN KIXO
Kiio In nil's Queen Mother Wns
His Sister find Norwnv's
Kin" Wim His Son.
IK.MDi.-mi. Clermany. May 13. King
Frederick VIII. of Denmark died sud
denly nf heart disease here at 5 o'clock
this n rnlng.
Kir Frederick was on his way home
from iic Hlvlorn when he was fatnlly
Frederick VIII., the eldest son of
King Christian of Denmark, was bom
nt Copenhagen on June .1, 1S. When
he was still Crown Prince he took part
In the war ngalnst Austria and Prus
sia. Subsequently lie assisted his
father In the Government, He became
King on Chtlstlan's death In January,
King Fiederlck was mtirried In 1869
to Louise, u daughter of Charles XV..
King of Sweden.- They had four sons
and four daughters. The Crown Prince
Christian, who will now become King
Christian X.. was born In 1S70. He.
was mm lied In I SI'S to AlexandrliiB,
dnughter nf Frederick Francis HI.,
3 rami Dully, of Meeklenburg-Hchwerln,
King Frederick's second son, Charles,
married his eousfn Maud, the daughter
of Kdwnnl VI I. of (lient llritsin, nnd
became King of Norway ns Haakon VII.
King Frederick Is spoken of as n re
markably able business man, and some
said that he was even cleverer than
King Leopold, since he never Indulged
In hazardous speculation.
lie was the brother of the Queen
Mother of England, of the King of
(ireece nnd of the widowed Czailnu,
the father of the King of Norway, the
uncle of the Czar, of the .sovereign
(rand Duchess of .Ytccklcnburg
Schwerlu and of the ruler of Crete, and
with nil of them he was on terms nf
Wlth the Kmperor of Austria he was
always n particular favorite, und made
a point of visiting Vienna two or three
times annually, while he had within
the -last few years established the
friendliest relations with the Kaiser,
whore guest ho was on a number of
in caslons nt Merlin.
Frederick's nccesslnn to the throne
found li Im ut odds with only one fellow
sovereign, King oscnr, who. like his
son, the Crown Prince of Sweden,
strongly resented the acceptance of the
crown of Norway by Frederick's second
son Charles, now King Haakon VII.
King Frederick's hobby was to bring
about n Scnntllnavltin union of Sweden,
Norway and Denmnlk for their mutual
protection. This wus one of his pet
schemes away back In the '60s, but it
was obstructed by the reluctance of
Norway to associate herself with Swe
den in the mutter as long us she was
subject to the rule of King Oscnr.
King Frederick up to the time of his
accession had never been active In poll
tics, but followed public movements very
closely. He attended all Important de
bates In both houses of the Itlgsdng.
He was Chancellor of the I'nlverslty
w hen he was Crown Prince, and head of
the Free Masons In Denmark.
The King, like the Queen, was of ft
seilous turn of mind, and sincerely re
ligious. They bad visited foreign courts,
but had been essentially stuy nt homes.
Physically Frederick was a tine speci
men of manhood, and until recently had
borne the weight of Ills years lightly.
HELD UP BY TAXI ROBBERS.
I'mir Men Rub Saloon Keeper anil
Then net Airay.
l-'oui men drove up In a taxlcab In
front of the Transatlantic Cafe at
Twenty-fifth street and Thirteenth
avenue after 12 o'clock this morning,
jumped out nnd looked over the swing
ing door and waited until some men
drinking Inside had left, and then, while
the chauffeur of the car left his muf
fler off to drown any noise Inside, the
four men slid tn with drawn guns and
held up the proprietor, Henry Holstein,
behind the bar. One of them emptied
the cash drawer of $20, and they made
As the last one was leavlr ; a negro
came tn nt a side door and laid fifty
cents down on tho tar. Ilolstcln called
after the disappearing robbers: "Walt
n minute, you've forgotten something,"
One of them ran back, saw the half
dollar, collared It and the quartet
shot off eust again on Twenty-fifth
HURLED TO DEATH IN RIVER.
Ironworker Thrown From rough
Isrrpsle rldve by l.trr Wire.
PoiHiiiKKKl'Htr., N. Y., May II. -John
Jones, 3R years old, an Ironworker of
New York, was hurled from the Pough
keeie Ilridge into tho Hudson ltlver,
2INI feet below, and kilted to-day. His
body has not been recovered.
Jones was working with others orectlng
electric lamps on the hridgn when a lad
der nu which lie was at work, suspended
by roies, swayed against an electric
wire, Hie shock threw him into the
Fletcher Norton Married taaln.
Fletcher Notion, t ho actor, nnd for a
shoit lime the husband of Vulcslta Sui
tiitt, whs msrileil jeateiduy to Ms ml
I lull, an itctii'ss, and the younger sister
of Vlmlnlu llnrl Tlmv were man led nt
noon til Ihe Mai lite Collvglate Cliutch by
llie I tc Hr. Ilun.il, .Mr. Norton showed
Ida dtvorcj drciee, which permitted htm
to marry agala.
PEER PROVES HERO IN VAIN.
Lord llunann? Dives lo save Foot
man, lint 1'riiira t'nsiteerssf til.
Special f'abt Dopatcl It Tup. Si m,
London, .May II.-How a peer tidied'
his life to save a servant from drowning
will bo told at an Inquest fo-morrow
A footman ln tho employ of Lord Morley
while boating on tho Serpentine came into
collision with another boat .mil was
fjirown into tho water
Lord Dtinsany, who marri'd Lntly
Ileatrico Vllllcrs in lOOJ. was standing
on tho bank at tho time and with a police
man jumped in and inndo desperate
efforts to save tho footman. His lord
ship dived repeatedly but unsuccessfully
and was exhausted when lie got back
to the hank.
RATS DON'T CANCEL RENT.
Appellate Trnn Xn Negligence l.
Landlord lines Not Appear.
By a majority opinion the Appellate
Term of the Supieme Court decides in u
suit, of tho Harnnrd Ileulty Company
against Carl Honwil thnt tho latter must
pay rent in spite of rats, although in n
dissenting opinion Justice Itijur says he
believes that the condition under which
tho tats made tho Donwit apartment un
inhabitable was under the control of lite
landlord, and for that reason the da
fendunt was Justified in refusing to pay
In Justice Idimau's majority opinion,
In which Justice (luy concurred, hu says
that since it does not appear that the rat
wete introduced through any liiult of the
landlord, or that ho fulled to try to i id the
promises or the rats, "the tenant must
continue to bear his obligation to pay the
tent, however great tho hardship "
THE ARCADIAN GETS OFF.
Ilual Mailer Aurotitnl al Cnrlnuemi
The lloyal Mail liner rca-li.iu. wltidi
ran on the shifting wind nt (lie entrance
to the harbor of Cuptngena several ds.ys
ago, was float oil yesterday with the as
slstanco of the Merritt -Chapman wreck-
.ng steamer Premier It was not neces
sary to transfer her passengers, who will
continue to their destinations. Mo.t of
them are bound for Southampton The
Arcadian is utidnnrigotl. As sh" was in
charge of a pilot, none of her officers will
Ih subject to ollcial criticism. Tho
Arcadian will make summer cruises to
Norway and will later return to the Mer
WHITE HAS A HARD FIGHT.
Millers' Contention ftprns Willi the
(Idds Asalnst Prnee.
Wll.KMBAimt:. Pa , May 14.- Natioliol
President John P. White took charge of
the tri-district convention or the United
Mino Workers which opened here to-day
with the odds greatly against his peace
plan. He is certain his plans to bring
about the adoption or tho tentative agree
ment will receive the support or a majority
of the convention, however.
"The situation to-night is not as bright
as wo would like to have it, " said a national
oftlcer alter adjournment. "In fact,
present conditions are not at all favorable,
but we will put a new face on the situation
by Friday and get into the line enough
followers to buck up tho efforts of the
coders to got all thoy eau from tho coal
operators of the anthracite fields."
INVENTOR GETS $406,175.
ItPKluald A. I'rssrndrn Wins Suit
Analnst Klrelrlc SIpiinllliiK Tn.
liOKTON, May II. Koginald A. Fcsscn-
den, inventor ol the wireless telegraph
instruments controlled by tho National
Eleotrio Signalling Company, got a
verdict for 1400,175 in the United States
District Court to-day in a suit for alleged
breach of contract.
Fessenden sued tho company for
$330,000 and interest from July 1, ldofl,
due him, ho said, for services as general
manager and as the inventor of certain
He is known widely as a wireless in
ventor and has contributed valuable
knowledge to the science of telegraphy
after ten years of research and study.
HEAVY SNOW IN COLORADO.
Thirty Inches' of the Heanliral
Spread Over the State.
Denver, May 14. After raging almost
steadily for three days and nights, the
heaviest May storm in the history of
Colorado ended early this morning. In
some localities snow felt for fifty-five
consecutive hours and was thirty inches
deep. Denver got ten inches and half
of it melted as it fetl, filling the streets
In the leading fruit districts the tem
perature fell and orchardists were warned
to get out their smudge pots, but warmer
weather came to-day and fruit' is out of
In the Grand Cation of the Arkansas
a huge rock was loosened by the heavy
snow and rolled down upon the cow
catcher of the locomotive of a passenger
train, but tho train was moving slowly
uud no one was injured.
DEMOCRATIC HOUSE "BUSTED."
I'ltlr aO.MO Ataltable tn Pay Coal,
lee and Other Dealers.
Wabhinutov, May 14. Tho Democratic
House is "busted," As a result of the
activities of the committees on inquiry
tho miscellaneous fund or tho House has
been reduced to precisely $9.30, No
money la available to pay tho coal man
and the ice man for last month's sup
Oscar W. Underwood has gained tho
reputation of a wizard because or his I
hkiii in Hoiving prouiems oi party nn
state, but he confessed his inability when
importuned for help by tho House (lis-1
burning ofltcer to determine how $0.30
could lio used to settle bills that run up
into the hundreds.
Unless the Democratic House leaders
consent to paaa an emergency measure
the coal man. tho Ice man and other
.dealers will bo forced to wait for their,
1 -.11 .1 1 ..r . u ...!. I
money uiiiti un- cnu i u.r iw-,iu.i.
'Ih Asnlnwsll, l.rnni tn the llrrkshlrrt.
Allium l". JikIiI (Alko inc lilnu. H'l il.nr) . Cl.l
,..HooklnOmit.llKlU; 'lcl.41ialUil.3q. I
nil nnniifitf nmiTrn
Committtu's of Public Servico
nnd Estimate Boards
TWO T(TNNELS PICKED
Intel-borough to Have New
Route. Probably Through
Till; COMPANIES ACQUIESCE
R. If. T. Will Take the Wliite
hfill nml Montnjrnp
SI roe Is Hoiilc.
settlemenl was reached yestcrdjr
boy ween the Public Service C'ommls'Joti
and flic transit committee of tho Hoard
of Intimate, on tho differences which havn
existed between tho two bodies as to how
the rottles of tho new subways in tho
lower part of tho cily should bo appor
tioned to tho Intccborough company nnd
the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company.
Instead of having two tunnels paralleling
each other near tho flattery It was tlecided
to lay out n new line for the Intcrborough
company from its downtown branch on
tho lower West Side of (hn city through
Park place, Spruce or Ilcekmnn street
to a connection wilti thy William street
route, which lins already liccnatithnrizod,
and thence through Old slip, under tho
Fast Itiver to Clark street, Brooklyn, and
along Clark street to n connection with
the present lnterborotigh system nt tho
Brooklyn Borough Hall.
Thr Brooklyn Rapid Tranc.it t ouipttny
is to get tho tunnel that wus first mapped
out for the lnterhoroURh company, tJio
Whitehall and Montague streets route.
This will enable tho Brooklyn company
lo make nn easy connection ul Do Kslb
avenue with the new Fourth nveuuo sub
way in Brooklyn, which
The agreement bawee
was not reached until In',
after an all day conference
Vv'illcox of tho Public Service Co.nmtssiou
gave way on theuttltudehehad previously
taken that tho Brooklyn cnjmny should
eather take Iho Heaver-Clark streets tun
nel or leave it as a route of entrance to
Manhattan and he also agreed to consent
to tho proposition that the Inlerboroiigh'n
tunnel from its West Sido branch shall In
in the neighborhood of Liberty street.
It was explained at the meeting that tlu
Liberty street route could not be mapped
out because of the deep foundations of the
big buildings in that street, By taking
the Park place route theso difllcultiu.t
would be avoided because the lino would
run across tho City Hall Park and then
through streets filled with old fashioned
It was said yesterday r.t the close of
the conference that the InterborougU
company is willing to accept this ch.-ingn
from the Liberty street proposition nnd
that tho Brooklyn Hupld Transit Cmn
imny was prepared to accept the White,
hall strct tunnel The result wn th.it
what se'.Miiod to bo a final solution of tho
transit t.inglo was reached.
There were present r.t the conference
Commissioners Willcox, Mallble, Kustia
end Williams of the Public Service Com
mission and Borough Presidents McAneny
of Manhattan. Miller of The Bronx and
Cromwell of Richmond, besides repre
sentatives of the two traction companies.
At tho outset of the meeting there was nn
understanding on tho art of all thorn
present that public opinion demanded
tint something definite should be done,
nnd it was with this feoliirg that tho con
ferees went iutd session. All of them said
when they went into session that they
would not adjourn without arriving nt
some conclusion that would lend to end
the transit deadlock, and tho result of
this determination was the adoption
of the modified routes. When the con
ferees separated this formal statement
was given out:
it was agreed by the conferee that Uis
Public Service Commission wfnild send to
the Hoard of Intimate and Apportionment
and that the committee would recommend
the adoption of the following routes upon
the terms hereinafter spectlled1
t. That a line he laid out for the Inter
borough ltut'ld 'transit Company through
Park place, Hprure or Heekman street and
William street lo a connection with the
William street route nnd through Old Slip,
under the nasi Hlver to Clark street, Brook
lyn, anil along Ciurk street, Brooklyn, to a
connection with the present Intcrborough
lino at. Borough Hall,
Thnt a route be laid out for the Brook
lyn Rapid Transit Company from a point
near Morris street, under private property,
Whitehall street and tho Last Itiver lo
Montague street and along Montague street
nml Willoughby street to u connection v.itt
tho Fourth nvenuo subway nt Do Kaib
3. That a route bo laid out from tho pres.
nil Nassuil street route, which is already
legall.rd, from a point notir Pearl end
Broad streets, through Brond street lo a con
nection with the Whitehall slrrit..Moiitagu
4. That a route le laid out between the
Steinwuy tunnel and the (Jueensboro Bridge
liua through und over the Sunnyside yard
of the l.oniz Island Kullroud Company, und
.tunce through Davis street and Illyuvenue.
o. That a route be laid out as an eluvaled
railroad from a point ou Fourteenth strrtit
rnion Siuur route at or near Hie Junction
of Hushwlck and .lolinson avenues in Brook
lyn over Johnson nvenuo und private prop
erty to WyckofT uvenne, through Wyckoff
avenue and private property to u connection,
wilh Iho llroiidwny elevated line of the
Brooklyn Ititpld Transit Company nt Broad
way, Knst New York,
H. Thnt a route ho laid out beginning nt
Fulton street, near the present Fourth
liM'nuc subway, thence through Fulton
street lo hi. Felix street and under tho
property of the Ising Island Knilrond Com
pany and through private piopertr to
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