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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Unsettled to-day; fair to-morrow; west to
Detailed weather reports will be found on page II.
VOL LXXIX. NO. :52b'.
NEW YORK, MONDAY, JULY 22, 1912. CopurioM. 1912. by the Sun I'Hullng and PublUMnff Atiociatien.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
GIRL SEES IN THE MfrZfrTTr'
I ho Rirl wept 11I0111I. Shcs-iid: "Mr. -
I deid." It was true, iih they l-artied
11 riiii' iMciiircs mid ii'i1h ;ipf,f ;'"', 'np 'v: Mi ,n,t
1 "t that h? lml died. Two iiu'ii tvimu
l.i't t I'I'o II 11(1 Hooks Willi hiMiie with her (wonts fnmi the funeral.
. sl, 11., vVv 10'
l'o (. I. I I". I.I.S LOCAL KVK.NTS,
I ict-o u ;i I n Man in Hoi'
M (mil-. Kvi'ii ( SnioUiiiLT
.... . . .. I"
'Till- M v printed a despatch yesterday
rfsatdinc the reported .hi Il or .MPs
j,..-ie Mewnit. the twenty
...t.l.ierof a fanner of clls lie. .M.. '
" r"" ' 1 """ "-"- i"--
..., in rut. n.ii'i. i-iinn ill ii irnni'i 1,
Ftate il io to hysteria
Her phy-U'lait. Dr. T. II. Winant of
Mown, Mn.. telegraphed the following
nrcomit of thi- l range case lal nlghl at
TlIK M N'1 request
Mkxico Mo. July VI I will write .
vo'i whin took place during one of my 1
,. m. mi.. iii.. s!i.,ur.
,ip. f... r .,.. .
nf WelNvtlK Mo
e iho u,. in i...- ..on- ,.,.i ..
P M h-r father said. "There she is now
I looked and aw a tall, graceful girl .
rirc-'od..is she thought. for a jxirtv In a i'oo
pink dre with low neck and -Oiort sleeves.
c,d eliaii. with ioeke, attached hung '
around Her neon, file was losing an
jiroiiiiu in in-.,.. -i-- ...r...,K ....
rr;1, one hand and catching with ,
vi,e wa oblivious of everybody nncl ,''
.. ervthmg and no one could uiy or d.i
iinvilung that would make her pay the
lat h"l A dog suddenly harking or
'iv iioiv or crah of falling tin pans
.ipparently was not hard. Her eye
were open, hut one could not make her
-i" anything nor answer any questions
nor talk almilt anything whatever except
what li.ipH-iied to be on her mind. organized hi- Sylvia I'.inkhtirst, the
Pie expre-'-'iou of her face wn as of ounger of the two daughlers of Mis.
iim in .1 trance. She went from this Kmmellno 1'ankhiirst. ended In n riot,
'(luig of the apple to eating grapes 1 Ten thousand persons surrounded the
ai.d a peach, exercising care to let not h- f"1,r platforms from which addresses
ins get n-i h,.r dres. Then slie climbed made, it was obvious from the
r, lueh one and -at on top or a higher m,,,,, ,1,al majority of those in at-po-t
with her !et on top or the gate, tendance were hostlU-.
aumink' dllTeret.t graceful poture. 1 . Tl, InBlstence of the women orators
I1,..n .l,n w.i.,.l..r..l almot ll.n v.ir.l. 1,1 continuing their speeches In detlance
itlii.tliiit-.it litnn-i or sineinir. tint ml tint?
... i... ........ C'nrousetl the anger of the crowd
II Mil- r" II II r V, ... ' " V
.-n went into ine p.'irior anti sum nay.
Play One played waltzes and two- 1
room lien n t-Inger lwel and King
ad :r.e sang too. When -Home,
....... i,,..i .. , 1
was plaved no one tang. ,
fo- H".ie was acting it out in graceful
pa'.'imime I The speeches of the wom"ti could
Supper time cam" nnd we went to th I not be heard,
tnhlf She took hi-r place at the table - - -
Ftitl ate like the re-t of u, helping herself ' urASHTNfVrrttf T4PnWP MTCcrvr
or l.ik.tig or what d. Soon she aroe . WAbMIMCiTON BROKER MIsSING.
and walked nwav with long stride". ' . .....
()n Mid. 'She thinks she is a man now. j " "' "''. ' Kmt,e,ie-
She always takes those long strides when '" Wnman ( Hem.
(hp thinks she Is a man." I W.siiinuto.s July ;i -Thomas I..
She impersonated a man. .She got a
nineiinil tintmh nf Inhaeen flllpd the nine. I
uriiek 11 tn.iteh. liehtnft the tnhaeeo nnd
niokfsl. We followed her out of the
hou-e She went to tho stile, where she
at till she had finished her smoko, blow
ing the smoke and asumlng postures of
Then she rapped tho tobacco out of
the pipe and started, toward the house.
.),.. iu.1 mo uhi. iltl -t.lf U m.nln
, , ', .ui.... ' .
of one damn thing after another " Her
mother said she never uses rough lan
guage except when sho thinks she is a
man In tli hall she said. "Oh, it is ho
darn dark 1 can't tell which suit case i
mine " Sh got a suit case, put on a
man coat anil hat and sturted off Then
hh gave up going off on a journey and
. nt into the parlor,
Soonsh was a girl again and going into1
the parlor begun to recite. Wo hurried '
in and sat around tho room. Sh recited
"The Raggedy Man" and "Hush" with
graceful gestures. ,1 think no one could
It was dark by this time and a lighted
lamp was brought in. She said "Oh,
I'm tired," and sat down in a chair near
the table, Soon I noticed that she had
picked up a bunch of pictures and was j
looking ut them and talking about them,
I thought this my chance for a test.
I picked up another bunch, turned the
lirht so low that 1 could not see the cards,
I nu' tho cards into her hands and shl 1
kepi on talking about tho pictures. As
fan a-i she would descriho u picture I
ould take the card till I had live when
the notion left her 'and she- was 'off on
rm' thing ee
I 'u.ned up tho lamp nnd looked nt the
mil ... .-,i. - ,..,.1 -i... h.i.i ,i.. rii...rt iho
cu ion older and nho had d. scribed the
"" ,, " "'' tu","1 "-I
"u in t,f. dark as in the light, Sli"
i' d a letter on the piano and began to
read it to herslf 1 turned tho lump so !
IlllUP HO ,
i , ii . .i ll.
l"w 'hat one could not see even the white
I Hi" r in her hands, ns low as l had turned
r in i ie card test.
Soon wo hoard her move' the sheet over 1 which the foot could have become ' not less than forty miles an hour and of nriests up to the cIobo of last fiscal train was made up by Mexico North
I. "I., l,ael. I turned up tho light. Her i if, ted. I that. he Just turned out of the way In year. June 30. was 1.0fi3 und the amount , .!,. nni..iui. -t MmWa. thi aftr.
timttter haw what she was reading. I
Mr . , the light oul again. Sot we heard
'i" '. et hllppisl off and put back. Sho 1
'I 'I t l rend aloud this time, but 1 ami
' il that she could huvo done so had
i it ion htruek her. Sho read tho
- ihiough in tho dark and put it
If 1 ilinheil the light on and off it made
(I reience. Tlio light wni nothing to '
he (mild see ns well without it. I
' I many thlngH that sho had done
1 in thesi. spells. She told wh.it
' l.eonle wet lolmr who lived.
r .i .i.i 1
woe oi imwi iningi wiih
Id .ha. a woman living ten mile,
. ., . ... ., r I I.I..I..... .
- .-..Mil ,., U.K., I,., ,., .,..,,.
"'-itlUil the dicss sho wore, llltle
' Il les It) It. I lilt next ll.'iy lllH
' ' taiieii aim WilH asseii wiuii so.
" f!"itig ye.terd.iy at
hiieh nn hour,
l'ei hlie Il.lll "HI
i.i. i i iniuK
gil w.is on ihe lusl iiHluirs She
Id v. . .i i i.t 1 1 has coinit into the
Ii is (n. lining heri She has not
ui y supper. 'I hey aio taking hur
"'i niy siiiit. 'I hey mo taking hor
Into the dining room. She Is ontlng.
They iiii- talking about tm."
Oho went down Msec if i: wore line und
f.nm,i ii nit .. 1 .1 ... ...
T,ls m'r room, nnnmi tiK'tii and
el Id they had come.
MAN DROWNED ON ROOF.
Hlnarlln 1 1 rutin In l Nnellon nf j
IrnhiiiKr Hp Trlpil In ('lenn.
Itoliert KiiiM'lla. a porter employed lv '
the Kemo Cornet Company, wan drowned
on the roof of a twelve btory ImilditiR-
at nil tani hlxteenth wtreet yeMterday.
-" .ir.- . i II nill'l'l Yt'Ml CllIH V. 1
... ... ..,.. .. ' . I
V(l ,nrll ,lriljllR,. rR,lt llrm;of Illinois, who won ousted from the ,,,,,.,,;,, hrcaw,. Mrs. Washburn
stalrs Sll,ml la ,n,tl,1I(1 b,,r ,n )()lir llouUli ,.:jw,n c.
the miction ami he wiw pinned to the roof I with nn auto accident one mile weft Washburn, a son. accompanied the
in u-eo loroen oi water, i wo men
... .. .
- , iiiiiiiiii. T.. i.fv in... .i.......
Kinsell., and Thomas M..I lev. ,inr
..r tt... l.i.tt .. .. . 7.V"V
room, which Is directly under the ro'or. '
Thomas Corochran of 33i Sixty-fifth
street, llrooklyn. ii friend of Halley. was'
"IMIfcl "MI. P'll IU ll 't
with mom. it ii.ul been raining steadily ;
for an hour and Kinsella left the room '
Kiying he was going out to see if the
iJr.iin pipe was working properly. A few
seconds later Halley heard a Milash. Ho
9ml I'linuilmin p.. n.. t,-. ... n r TI.a.. 1 I
. ... " 1 . '"' l"i I
found Mnsella in a pool of water with ,
,, , , whouhlpn, HUbmerm-d.
'ihe men attempted to pull him out or
the water, hut the force ol the suction was
great. Halley called Cieorgo Mariln
I th dav watchman, and the three men
iiawKltis arrived Ahortlr rpnm
. ' .
MOB ATTACKS SUFFHAGETTF.S
MeelliiK In l.nnilon Slurmed nniL I'n- ,
.. . ,, , ,
Her Ire Helpless.
SiifcmJ t ttttU lie Dill rk to Tur Mrs
I.oMki.v, July 21 - A suffragette ,
demonstration to-day in l lnsimiy IMlk
.. .1... I 1 l ..l .. . . .
........... ...... jmhni, uii.i ninm.n.
was merely scullling
Tht. tinlli-.., ..'nr.. Ii ati.t..!. ... A .
i.... ,.,... rp,,,,r,i ,., ,., , ,.,
down In successive riihhes and many
.women and children were rescued wlth
.., ,, . , , , .
difficulty from lielng tramnled imd. r
th. f. ( t l K
the feet of the mob
Hume, fotmer president of the Wash
Ingtoll Stock Kxchanue. t lu.lnf unniri.t I
by the authorities In connection with
an Indictment charging embezzlement
and larceny. '
Mrs. May Dabney Cutter alleges he '
converted to his own use a certificate of I
stock of the liome Telephone and Tela-
graph 1 ompnny of 1.0s Angeles, Cnl.. ,
valued nt JT.iKjO.
1 ne ceruucnie was
"-" 1 01. .nine .), ivuv. nc-
'cording to Mrs. Cutter.
Counsel for Hume says be will be,
nble to exonernte hlmeir u'lmn iin ..t...
the details of the transaction. It Is 1
claimed that Mrs. Cutter borrowed
11",c,,r,'nca,0 ' tliat when
" m, 'unciu'iy in -
,"WLll by " banl Wl"'rP "
t 1 ....... 1- ..... ......... r -
Hume's arret und given to Detective .
k .'.iiuii n in 1 1 iiil inn 1!..-.liiii mr
Frank U. Helan of the I'nlted States
Attorney's office to serve,
HIT RY BALL, BOY DIES.
,nUle Wm nrnlsed Onlj-. I.nl HI.....I
rnmnninK iiim riuprui
i .i ... . .t ...i i f. ...... .u ..t.i ..t n
Clark avenue. Kearny, N. J., died last
night from blood poisoning
1 Michael's Hospital, Newark.
A week ago the boy was watching
in game of baseball between two semi-
professional teams at Itlvcrslde Oval,
! Kearny. A wild ball thrown by ono
"f ""! pitchers to second base struck
young Campbell on the ankle, and he
hobbled home. He told his father.
'Thomas Campbell, that he had accl-
aZMi '"T" """" hy " ,lnn'' . n '
The lirulFc pecam" wotse, nnd on
w,.,,Iiml. . nr ,,,, ,.(. of Kcarny '
was called. Tim bo condition became ,
so serious that he was taken to the
mm.,. .....nn..nu .l,l II, r, ,-u nil. '
1111 nill i '. r-i.e. .it- ......
.i,.,,!,,,,,!!.. nn r hlood tiolsonlnu. hut
.. . ., remarkable because there
...nti n break- n the skin through
SEEK EX-CANNIBAL RULER.
WnsiiliiBtnn Wnnied for I'.nilrinK
(ilrl From Suit at Inn Army
WATi:nnniv, Conn.. July 21,- The
Police Department Is scutching III!
never.il States for Oeorge (irant Wash- '
Ington, nearly 40 years of age nnd for
si viral months nn attache of the Sal-
ntlon Army here. II" Is wanted on
n charge or having eniiceo r.inei .viimhi,
17 VenlH of llgC II Way With lllltl
...... I. ii'nnl i if the loinl corns.
asillllgiou won in. in in . i"- limn
'.ml, Hvfd "V"
.ill O o .11.1.1 I ' . . . p.
hm (1 ,.1(()t T(lWn (1 ,.,,, ,.(,,, Uts .nniier. c.inslstlng of ciicum-
M(h, , () mlhH,miry, ,, w,ld bers, very gteen upile.s. UlirllMi peaches,
.i.tiui.i,,.,,,.'u ttwither. who WHS Miss hii rill nr elileUnli Hiillli und Ice eremn.
t,.ul.i lirniit nf C nil' esttiw n. Muss..
HlH ,,., by the cannibals In his pres.
,.nee, Ills father caine rroin uue
I i.i ins. ,. Y.
... . v 1-
Wnslilnutiin n.1 that his eierl
i nci s und those of Ills mother wern
evteiihlsely treated In Dr I'eigtison'.s
AUTO STRIKES POLE
Kv-St'iiator Cut and lli'iiist'il in
AitIiIhiI Near Cliiy
i. iw 1
PLAYS I'AHT OK A
Dl'Spilt' injuries Stops lllll-
HWllV Horst1 llllll Tllt'll
Pirrsnrnn. .Itilv 21.- William l.orlmer
of Clnysvlllc. In Washington county
niiu aiiotit twentv-t ve m es from I'lttc-
n.i.l ..It. -.lit . .. ...il.'-ll ..II. .u ..r.t tltllu.
. ... .....
" V" " ' . ....
rg (luring ii lerriiir rainstorm nt t.:su
' arternoon and was pain-
fll,lv lf n,,t f"1''lusly Injured.
'N'1 louring car In which he was
. . , .. , . .
making an overland tilp fi oi- Wash-
IniMon io Clilenco with his serretnrv
and a chauffeur was smashed In col-1
Union with n telephone pole and de-.
set led by the party, which came Into ,
I 1 vul'lll.. iifimt ll.la nt'niilnf nn.l nftril
, u)nrl.Ml Iw.mo. Kn rnllli. Ill Salllt
mmng proeeeoeu westward m n train
oer the Haltlmore Hnd Ohio which left
I'lit) svtllc at 8:40 o'clock.
'Tli.. mnmlini'ti nf III., i.nrli. u-j.rn av.
i.. ....i .i.'i.. i.i i...
i.rnirij ii'iut'ill ii, iii.'ii lucrum.
but the chauffeur admitted that it i
was .Mr. l.orlmer who was the chief I
Although suffering from painful cuts
on Its side Mr. l.orlmer played the part
'''o In pte entlng the runaway (
of a horse which took frluht nt the
acrldent. After this expeilence h '
ollap.-ed. but was brought around all i
right by his companions. i
, W ()V,.r1111(, ,,, Mr, Iorm,.r wa.4
f.tt. 1 1 1.1 v., tut. i
.,,,,,,. u.:,v,,lni,llin .. ,,,..,,..
In the afternoon. It was their Inten
i tlon of taking supper there, but finding j
jlhey could make Wheeling. W. Va.,
thirty miles further on. by nightfall, de
elded to push on. During the day they
had encountered severe rainstorms and '
after leaving Maysvllle were in the 1
midst of a terrific downpour.
A mile out from tho town the car
was proceeding down a steep hill. At
a sharp turn It met a hors.. and buggy
nticn by William McContbs coming
up. The horse was fractious and shied
at the machine. l.orlmer shouted to entertaining a dinner party In her cot
his chauffeur to stop and as the machine ) tage on the pier 1.000 feet from the
skidded In the mud the car's steering Boardwalk. The gale lifted a temporarily
gear broke, rendering the machine help- erected convention building, eighty feet
I . .1 I. I.. .... ,. I .....1 ..,.. f l.l . . . . . . I - .1
Cilst a teleohone Dole The in
snimereo ny ine impaci anu turned on 1
..:.. .,.,.u.. .1.' .. .u
". .-in'. III.. It. If. IIIV l. UUil II l. llllll im-
Although thu worst hurt of the three,
Mr. l.orlmer rushed for the frightened 1
horse's head and grasped the
l.i?H-U nit' itllUlf,
, dashing away with
x girl w ho was with .
ie animal was quieted
pl eventing It from
A. MoComhs nnd a
hill, lu muni nu tliti
l.nrliiii.r i' nll111iKi.il '
It., nnil hU riitnriiintnn wnpn mint,
lM,..il ivllli inn, I frm.i imIIIih- In Tl...
roadway. und after sizing up the dam-
niri. nnil reiMilmr what thee rmilil nf
their eonliiaire. started to walls to 1
I " 1 "'r' I .-im ! i " IHI '
("laysvllle. At the Central Hotel there
Uiey tool; supper but did not register.
but made arrangements nt Strowles s
garage to have the wrecked machine
i-ent for. and finding a train duel
shortly decided to board It and continue
their journey ny tun.
Hiob UILBhRT OxIIiG. !
,'"l,n, "aneer Hurl In Crdarharsl ,
Th ,,, wh wnii nrjl, ,,,,., !
nH M,M- w,.,,r ,, wh() wa lnjllrcj
In an nntomoblle accident at Cedar -
I.nrjl 1 I ,.rlv. ..,ot..r,l!... ,n,,r,,ln.r
. . ... ..... . . .
... ,., ...... . v . . j ...w.
....... ....... " ' ..:...' I
, .' ' " ' .: ! :., ' , .w';,i,.
' v' ' - ' I
hope whs held out for ber recovery nt
st. Josephs Hospital, Hir Hockaway
i last night.
Coroner ltalslg and Police Captain
Hal rlson i.f Wo(..hiiere nro Investigating
Mm ni-nliintit Tho t r:ir trt whlnn
' Miss (illlicil was thrown carried five
n.i .. u .i.i..ah i... nii.nn-...
'.Sweeny of T(i9 Hlghth avenue, a chauf-!
feur. The other occupants were Andrew
Lister of ltockvllle Centre, Andrew Ber
ime of 40H West Fifty-seventh street
and May Smith of 21! Knst Fifty-flfth
The car wits racing along nt forty
miles an hour when It swerved off tho
road nnd hit n tiee on Brim d way Hi
The car was wrecked nnd all of the
""""'r, T'"Pt W" '"UP"
Miss Cllbert sustained a fracture of
the. skull and Jaw. Lister's skull was
fractured, ns was Sweeny's. The con-
.1111, m .if llii. lu'n men Im rrltli-n!
II. Il,..tlti.iln STi.lvnl .if Pur rt,i.L,n-
, i, . j.. ...... .,. . h.
nv was retiirnlnc to his office from
ia call In his buggy when the machine
went by. He said that It was travelling
i time to miss being hit. 'of money niched by these criminals nnon to bring to El Paso all the Amcrl-
It devetoped yesterday that the party , from Hie American people Is conserva- L.nns n tlmt townt PSpCclally those hnv
iliad been at u dance nt Berry's Kuloff lively estimated at moro than 1120,- m(f fn,nies. This will necessitate the
Motet nt far Horaaway anu tnnt iney
v,,r returning to ltockvllle Centre!
' when the accident happened.
"PTOMAINE FEAST" HELD.
I'll llinlr lililn Child Dend and Three
Others In llitaitllnl.
I'liu.MiKi.i'iiiA, July 21, Louis Pesiink,
Ills wife, LUzle, and three IVsnnk chll-
ilieii LiinlM. .11. vefirs idd: Dorn. .1 years
' ,, , I I . i l
oui, nun I'ltnoie, .i-um urn, . eii-ui .iit-ii
!!!",.!"i;,!",,!y ,ln"1,.'T!!:. 'T'.o.' !!'
.ii.i. in nu, , ... . I
Asm i'ihoII Fiinn Ie Is (lend. I. mils. Jr..
land his moth r nre lu a serious con-
i dltion in the uoosexeii iio.qiiiui, porn
I fi I.. .!... .l.tt.l II
i.i nuiii-iiiiK 111 .11.' . uiiiii.-ii. iiii.iiiiii.
but the stunned father Is sitting slope
In his tailor shop trying to comprehend
what ptomaine poisoning Is and why
smli u gruiid fvuul tihould cain.c It.
W. D. WASHBURN DYING.
Ki-Scnntnr llnahrd From t'nniailii In
MiNNCAniMK, .1 uly 21. Wllltnm D.
Washburn, former Fulled States Senn-
tor from Minnesota, wim lushed to hln
(home in Minneapolis on u :in'ciui train
on the Soo line, the rund he htillt In
hl younger d.iys.'ln the hope of saving
The special reached Minneapolis be-
foro noon to-day. Phjslclans aboard
the train had given Up liope. but the!
I Senator Is mill alive to-night, though '
death Is momentarily expected.
''p to the time that ho left for Ku-
tope in February. .Mr. vwisiiuurn,
though SI year! of age, had taken nc-
.III.. tnl.,irttl In Ilia hlliilnfiH ntlll U'.'IM lit
.,. ..... .v.. ... ... -
..i - ..flti... .Inllf l'l4t t rill nltrnnil U'AM
? wasl.oun.s were
n-i... tv..i.i in i;,.mQ f..r
M.urai weeks and
1Pnui, improvid steadily. Klve weeks I
K they left for Carlsbad, Germany,
and It was there that the ex-Senator
''snn " iuow smns oi mn. p
"dvlci; of physicians. It was decided
forego the remainder of the trip
,h"rr' h"mf" 1,- ,lu' "hottest route,
eossiun. .... .
Th nartv reached uuebec on I uesu.iy
Marr.e ..Te'v Senator si, ffered a
r la, e .uul 1 s omd Mon be-1
V. I. Washburn. Jr.. left for I'ren-'
llrP- ,asl m,u mvn lMP "Peciai
ra n. niun ey asi oi rn. anoi.ier son,
ils In Canada nnd Cadwallader Wash-
. "Vul'r" i
. , . ...,,. r. i...n.. ..... . '
-'io' b,, ZrZ
STORM HITS ATLANTIC CITY.
Score Injured na lliitiy Tnrnadu
Ati. sue Citv, July 21. This resort
suffeied much damage to-night from a
baby tornado, the tall end of which ,
mown east from Lake Krle during the
Shipping along the lnIde waters and
at the Inlet was crippled and trolley,
telephone and electric light wires were .
blow n down In many sections. Klectrlc '
signs along the Hoard walk and piers
Scores were hurt, but none seriously,
Mrs. John!.. Young, wife of Captain (
Young of the million dollar pier, was ,
, IUUK mill iui. 11-ei v. lur. 111111 uiuirii i.
Ion top of the villa.
1 lie guesis, inciuuing nir. unu .irs.
ii.im. i.o m
, II.1U1II . .I..lll. ...Ill ... .'..IV.
and William Morgenwek, Jumped to
their feet when showered with pieces
of glass, as one of the supports of the
building crashed through the window
I'lillHlim t-iiirm-ti iniuuiHii mi' "iiiuun
and crushed the tal ibout which they
had been slttliw. Aside from the shock ,
and minor cuts all were unhurt. I
At tin. Inlet tli Federal minrris from
thw tlnntte Cite htntlnn Knv'eil Mr. nnil
Mm W V I I hr.tr i.lirlit . vn r.nlil '
son.' Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sciitt. Mr.
11ml Mm Tn Inr unit Charles Xutt. who )
were stnlled in the midst of the storm I
tti-ii- nuilirii 1 11 lit. itiivicit - '
off the Inlet pavilion by a balky engine .
In their launch, the Marie Wawa. Their 1
rescue was thrilling and was witnessed
by hundreds marooned In the pavilion.
Mayor William Itlddle and his family 1
were caught up the thoroughfare in
uncir cruiser, oui succceueu in rcucning
.shore ut Florida avenue safely.
1 The wind attained a velocity of sixty ,
miles nu hour In blasts, the storm last-1
Ing from 6 until 7 o'clock.
C. C. WILSON NOT "AT HOME."
Ilrsllna In (he Tombs After
irrlnst fw Vork.
christonher Columbus Wilson, the I
Federal urlsuner from Atlanta who
. . ...1. .1. nn.tn-
spont a larKo imn of this month peeing
our city with Koppor Shou na wno
.a . I. . . . I . I J ...II H T.imko
01 HaCK lt I1IH tHll Ui'll III Uli uuwn
lato Saturday nlcht, denied hlm?eir to
all callers yesterday.
Ho answered a note sent to him
requesting nu Interview by writing on
. n silo of nner that he was sorry
had nothing to sny to any one about
his wanderings In town or his Impret-
slons of old scenes revisited.
This he signed In a firm hand, "C. C.
Wilson." Ills presence In the Tombs
; was runner verined py n Keeper no
declared the Colonel was back In tier 7.
It is to be presumed that the Colonel
.n. ll.n .1.... Ill,, l-l. MllnniriiA. .-(
spent the day like his colleagues, with
exercife and meditation and so on.
POST OFFICE CHECKS CRIME.
I, On:t trrmtrd for Flli'hins 1U0,
000,000 From IVople.
Wasiiimiton-, July 21. Since I'ost-
moster-fieneral Hitchcock Instituted the
policy of putting In Jail men who use
the malls to defraud the total number
The number of Indictments secured
wus l.o.'n. Four hundred and eighty
two persons have been convicted and
.171 cases me awaiting trial.
The ncthliUs of the swindlers still
nt large have been greatly diminished
and In many cuses have censed entirely.
STEWARDS STOKE LINER.
. mr iitinis Hellene riymiiuin,
rrr.l ir. Ku '
filniit lulilf Or ipnfi'A Io Tan Scs.
Pl.V.Moi'Tii, July 21. The American
llner St. Louis, which had some trouble
I when she left N'eiv Vnrl; mi Suturdiiy.
' July 13, because of Hie seamen' strike.
, arrived here this morning snd landed
nt-i i'ni-i.i'iip.1'1 n mill iiiiiii.i. .-.in. n.ei
' 1 1 !, . 11
aged llflcen knots an hour all the way
The stewards did duty In Ihe stoke
hold und as sailors
Piilst? Hpcoiiu's Stronger But
I'h.vsioinns llnvo Little
Hope for Heeovery.
KATSIHA IS ItK'mtXING
Cl'OWII Print'' Holler niltl Mnvlcy nre going to vote the Democratic
Penult (oil to (Jo to
fiptrlal Cthlt littpatrhf to This St"
Town, .Inly 22 (Noon). The slight !
general Improvement noted In the
.MUado's condition last night has been
maintained. Ills pulse Is stronger.
Tokio. July il The condition of the
Mikado is becoming steadily worse and,
his death seems near. Indeed, many
assume that it has nlivady occurred, as
B)yh n am,omiCf.tmnt , 0f,en delayed 1
or some iiuio.
The principal physicians who are in
.attendance were in consultation at 3
..... .... . .
o ciock mis Hiiernuon unu again hi o
oclc o-nlght. They foumUhat all
'that the heart action had become
Ills pulse was Irregular and
......... ..... ........ ...... ..
(,, orm nnd become convulsive.
arl-,ri,ooii bulletin mated that tho
,l0ll ,,- Mn itniiA.I ll.o, n.nu a
cramp of the upper limbs and that he was
uuuiii ui uin iiiimt i uiun unu niui hit wuk
ff " very small quantity
The Emperor is suffering from great !
exhaustion and a violent fever The I
Empress haa not left his bedside since
Kri.lnv nflnrnrwin Tim imiwrial fnmilv
is very anxious. Prayers for his recov- large number of' buildings and render- hla wife and then rode In a taxi to I'o
ery were offered to-day a' special ser- 'ng several thousands homeless, came jt.0 radquarters, where he sat down,
vices in the Buddhist temples and there u" 0 climax to a series of seismic dls-' ,,pfl,ro oeputy Commissioner Dougherty
was a special intercession at the Russian
.... . .
bulletin issued at o'clock to-nltrht
did not record any important change,
The physicians at 3.30 found a slight de-
crease in the drowsiness, but the Milcado
still talked In a delirious way. 'Hie swell-
ing In his abdomen was increasing ot that
time. His temperature was KH.5 and his '
pulse S and irregular.
At n P. M tho swelling In h is abdomen
was slightly less, hut the condition of his
brain was unchanged. His temperature
w- ,0. ami ,,,.1.- M.
There was a constant procession of in-1
qulrera at the alace. There were many
diplomats and officials and prominent
men a well as the general public, among
whom there is great concern over the con-'
dltion of the Kmperor. All membera of'
the imperial family who are not here are
hurrying to Tokio.
IYinc. Katsura. the former Prime Min-
i.i, ...1,,. i d... i t .. I
' ui. an Kill.
diplomatic mission and was also going
r " r"i
o Berlin, has cancelltsl his tour and is
The Issuance of bulletins In regard
to the Condition of the Mltcmln lu a nnw
departure In .Innnn nnil Im iIua mII.i.
net her Io the Intln.nrf. f i,.nil.i.
SalonJI with the court. It Is believed
that the luesent Prime Mlnlnter. vim
Is U progressive. t.ill disregard the olil
w -! J "S HU
custom of conceallug the truth In re- 1
gard to the condition of the Emperor
and will continue to keep the public
Informed as to his condition.
During the Imperial cherry party In'
. pm many persons remarked on the
nmusra iuu m me .niuuuo. ue pre-
sided nt tne commencement exercises
of the Imperial Cnlverslty on July 10.
ESCAPED LEPER CAUGHT.
Ilnsslnn Jrr Who Klrd From
'll- Is Captured In Haffalo.
BtKiAW. July 21. Sam Isac. a Bus-,
sion .lewisii immigrant, who had been
.i..iu. ., i . .. . .
Hon on suspicion of lenrosv ami who1
iruiiniu ui irw lorn unuer examina-
escaped several weeks ago. was cap -
turol hew to-nlKht. Ho had been here
......I I. .... ... . . .
i mnco TufHday, HieninK in a dormitory
' ..r I... .. U,li, I 1 1
inn iij ti tjftwrji .iuiti WI1U llU tUIHV
in contact with all sorts of people.
He Is snld to have come to Montreal
three years ago ns a stowaway and
Innded In New York, where he became
n rag picker.
He fell under suspicion In New York
and tho health authorities hod deter
mined to Isolate him for leprosy, when
rue local health authorities and Dr.
, uiu (.mrn oi iim maie ncaun in
partnient examined tho man and decided
. he hud leprosy In the most advanced
' form. 1 1 ii ten., nnliirnil I mil a l.fl nt .inf..
form. He was ordered Isolated at once
In the Municipal Hospital for Conta
gious Diseases. A bacteriological exam
ination will he mado to-morrow, and
If tho diagnosis In confirmed the Federal
authorities will be called upon to take
charge of the man.
AMERICANS FLEE FROM MADERA
UrbrU Itald llomr Searching- fur
Arms and Ammanltlon.
lit. Paso, Tex., July 21. A special
cloelng of the Pearson lumber mills nt
The action was taken because a band
of rebels under Col. Del Torn raided
American homes last night searching for
arms and ammunition. The latter part
of the night armed Americans guarded
their homes. Even the horses of the
compnny's hospital were taken by the
rebels. Several Americana' homes were
searched before tho American guards
stopped the pillaging.
DAUBS PAINTING IN LOUVRE.
Wnman Arrestrd In Pari Thnasjhl
In Hr Insane,
'pwnil 'lift Dttpatrh to Tim Siv
Pa li IS, July '.'1. -The attendants at Ihe
Louvro this afternoon arrested a woman
who waa daubing Boucher's painting
U Famine" with red ink. The woman
was apparently Insane.
It is doubtful if tho picture ran bo re -
touched in such ft manner as to restore it.
I 965,000 IN WILSON'S MAIL.
. Small Nnnm fur Cnmiinlitn Fond
Mitkr IIIk Tntnl In 1H lfin,
I Mvi riii.K V I title Mt ,.. tX'llnn
before he nllpped away last night for
his Smiday'H rent, expressed himself as
greatly pleased with the classes of let
ters he had been receiving. The one
lass contained money and checks drawn
principally to his order for campaign
' expenses and the amount so received
, Is said to be In the neighborhood of
I J6:.,000. The cccond class Is made up
, of letters from Republicans who say
tlnlin) II. I. fnll
The money, checks, cash and money ,
orders Is coming In sums of from $. I
to $2.10 and every letter so far hns been
acknowledged personally by the Demo- ,
KAISER TURNS DEMOCRATIC.
Knlrrlnln TourlsU of All SlnnillnA
When Vlsltlnc (ir).
fiptciat 'able lieimtch tt Tur ft.
Kkrli.n. July 21 The newspapers here
print a story to the effect that the Kaiser
,l,lrinB lllH reccnt yMt ' wy WI,M
demoeratle in social circles III a way that
would be Impossible in (lermany
Whp tll0 mporai ya(.,t Hohenzollern
entered a Norwegian port thi
.... . . . .
nan iieriuun louriMr kiub
sought out and
invlfod them to share the hospitality or
Many people have thus been , Km-
peror's guests at luncheon nnd dinner
In similar fashion he entertained a parly
of Knglish tourists on Saturday.
GUADALAJARA IS IN RUINS.
nrlhnuakr Cllmai In
Mexico. July 21. -The
earthquake that shook this city to Its
folllldUtlllllH JCSterdaS'. destroying H
l ,ru"'" einiK . ... ...
limn il v . I'i'hN. 1 1 1 ,-1 v uifliniLi niiim.-
l..,n flw. ii'auL'u VltiMtv illMtlnr-t HllneUs
were felt within that time.
Scarcely a structure In the city
escaped damage und large areas are
masses of ruins to-day.
Five thousand fled afoot In panic
wheu the final hard shake came.
An Ignorant peon living a few miles
from a,ia,alalura uredlcted every earth-
quake with startling accuracy and the
masses hall him as a prophet.
The beautiful cathedral, built moro
than a century ago, was split la two,
.. ,h n1.,n.-tnnl nnlRr
fl. y, CHILD DROWNED TN WELL.
.,,,,. n..K,if .... 1
Vlalt In Mew Canaan, ronii.
Staiifokh. Con .v.. July 21.- Dancing
on the light wire screen which covered
the mouth of u well of the A. II. Mill-
in....n .ti.t nt vn- rimnn ir..,in.-
Mortimer O. Hasbrouck. 4 years old.
M , . , .
m of Mrs. Lulu Hasbrouck of 42S hait
I IM street. .New Hrk, broke through
''l "cr,,l'n aml wns drowned In ten feet
I f Water.
Master HnsbrollClv Itlld
I Were Visiting ThOIllllS BlnilCO, stipcrin-
,t."'", of U,le M"lllk;n 'iCl'- U'anco'M (
I Child was playing With the Hasbrouck.
' "" am' ,u BnVt? 'he nlarm promptly
...... . .....
, nui n ty" mi- 111111.11 imviiiuuji
,r' "lanco rustico out or me house
KnWlng the bucket lowered h Im-
" . ' could not find
""' b0' "ntn fconil attempt.
MAI VUlti Mali Blil IhtiatUr.
llunsr Leaders I'ruualil? will rre
... .. ... ....... .
I H '
In Compromise Willi Senate
ABHtNOTON. July 21.-lndlcatlonS
that he naval bill as It will go to
President for approval will authorize
I tl.A P.in.tpiiiSlAn nf tna l.n t laal.l.
, The conferees on this measure have
disagreed over the Senate amendment
, """""" l"v uimihi. mis
I ilLitfruniiint ulll lio rj.i.f.rt.i.1 t,. ihn
House on Tuesday
1 The House leaders virtually have de
elded to compromise with tho Senate
AMERICAN WINS IN FRANCE.
I. lent. Sroll Heads l.lsl In Aeroplane
tpfdal rahlt Petpatch to Turn Srs,
Pakis, July 21. The results of the
reccnt military aeroplane bomb contests
were announced to-night. Lieut. Scott
of the United States army heads the
list, with a record of eleven bombs
dropped on the target In fifteen at
tempts. Lieut. Scott used a biplane.
Lieut, Vnrcln. who also worked from
a biplane, made n record of ten bulls
eyes out of fifteen.
BREAK JAIL TO ESCAPE HEAT.
Tfrrlre Prisoners flair Bars and Dive
Rai.kiuh. N. C July 21. -Twelve
prisoners in the Iredell jail, near here,
last night appealed to the Jailer to ba al
lowed corridor privileges because of the
While the jailer slopt ten of the twelva
sawed the bars and escaped by throwing
tnetr tieas to the ground and diving Into
them. They told the two that remained
that they objected to the heat.
JAMES B. HA00IN BETTER.
Noted Tnrfman Itrenvrrlna Frnm
Attack of IndltvrBtluu,
I.kxinoton, Ky July 21. Jnines B.
Huggln, the noted turfmun, who was
taken to a local hospital here yesterday
because of an attack of acute indiges
tion, Is Improved to-night. It Is be
lieved ho will not be confined long.
Ho was able to sit up a little to-day,
WICKER8HAM AWAITS PLANS.
Ilaan'l Srrn Scheme nf Trust Pln
Atloiney-Ueneral Wlckcrsham ut his
I rJL ' ..... L . . . ' '
. "rust diMi.liit ion plan. I'o'c, and Sulllvun found only the boy
Tlmiefore. he said, h rould not savi."""0 ,m,t ,tul"ded up.
1 whether or not il would be accopulilo u Hrldglo made It u point to ba sftcn In
the lioveriiment. (he Metiopolo about i;S0 A. M.,
TWO ARRESTS IN
1 ROSENTHAL CASE
IBrldgio Webber and Snm
J'nul Charged With
Part in Killing.
JACK SULLIVAN HELD
Went From Becker to Murder
M A X V MOKK IJIPIilCATKIi
Slltipil'O Tells of Coi'dnll of A -
sistinir Thiiys Strmi"; in
Front of Metropole.
lirldgle Webber. In whne poker rooms
at l'orty-seconil street and Sixth ave
nue the final pollyli was put on the plot
'" ,mlr(,,'r Herman Itosenthal and Sam
I'aul, gambler and head of the Sam I'aul
As.-oc lotion of nt Seventh avenue. whU
con.ldaiit. to collect the gunmen, were
arrested last night for murder.
Jack Sullivan, the former newsboy,
who went from I.leut. Becker's auto
mobile to tho murder headquarters In
lirldgle Webber's room, was arrested as
Itrldgle, well dressed and smiling, was
taken at his home at Second avenue and
Twelfth street a few minutes after 6
'O'clock. He waved n gay farewell to
inJ tak( for tW(j hours
browed, was taken about 10 o'clock and
put through an Inquisition that ma da
I his hair stand on end. Dougherty
hammered away ot the gambler and
' padrone of ga'ng fighters until Paul sul-
lenly let fly statements that materially
advanced the Investigation.
As for Jack Sullivan, go-between for
Kose and Becker. Hhort work was mads
of him. He turned and twisted, but
i DoiiKhertv drew from him an admission
thm the Second Denutv was after-
, that when Lieut. Charles Itecker left
I ,,lm at Hroatl-.vay and Forty-second
street about 1:30 A. M., or twenty-
I seven minutes before Rosenthal wa
shot down, he went to Brldgle's poker
iirlors looking for Sam Paul. He
, dlant flml ''nul ,,ler?- T,nnt RaB"l,p
! llIltl ,,eM aroi'nd earlier, also tiayelllng
'' fa9t automobile, but he did 1 And some
of the men who killed Itosenthal.
...... Ik llr. ,!, In ,v ,1,.'. i:,rt.i
S IllllllPtV trillion It map
f :Po' ' rt ..Ves-ed lllnl
- 1 r eu ' 1 r"
J t",,,, nj
S. Dougherty treated himself to a reg-
ns to what
Deputy Commissioner said:
"I win not iaiK aooni ine ueiuim.
Material progress has been made. Wo
, , , .. ......
the men under arrest tired a shot, but
1. ... .11.
ItinV LftltltV 11 III !l nn 111MV 1 in II
... . arr,.mM to-morrow
..j,nvi, voll iaiI i,iPUt. Becker at
. HnuUiuarrers to-night?"
! "No " said Dougherty, after a pause.
1 "inn do not ask me any questions about
ii,.,'i. - ,.r h.-emwe I will not answer them.
yu must draw 011r own conclusions."
, ti,..Ki. !,rrests made to-nlcht
because of pressure from outside tho
oU(.0 n,n,arlmontr The story
. ,hat Dougherty had a talk
.,',. .,,.,.,, :i(lnrMn.
Muvor Uuynor In the afternoon.
Arresleil Stilely nn K Idrnee.
No." said the Deputy Commissioner
We (.ollared these men be-
have evidence. Nobody Is
Dougherty hud his case so far along
that he was ready ut any moment to
give the word to detectives to go out
and get Webber and Paul and Sullivan.
He found out that when Hoso and thn
Sam Paul crowd wero on the steamer
Sen Gate u week ago on tho Sam I'aul
outing to Northport tho tentative plans
for killing Herman Rosenthal If he mado
uny more troublo were arranged.
There was that much for a starter.
Dougherty had some names and he
had reports of what the plotters talked
about. Rose and Brldgle nnd Paul were
at ono table with some men pretty
handy at gun and blackjack work.
The next day, Monday, word went
around that the Job had to be done
quickly, Rosenthal had done worse than
the gang ever thought ho would. He not
only gavo the District Attorney his
Individual "squeal." but he brought In
the names of other gamblers. That
afternoon also the news got out that
the District Attorney had found the
mortgage transaction, of which Rosen
thal spoke In his affidavit accusing
So Rose, the brains of the crowd,
became very busy. Ho swept around
town picking up tho men for the Job.
Ho saw Sam Paul that afternoon.
Later on he talked with Jack Sulli
van and took Sullivan to the fight at
Madison Square Garden, which Lieut.
Becker was attending. Sullivan met
Becker nnd staved with the lieutenant
until almost 1:30 A.M., when Becker
started for home, leaving Sullivan near
Assembled at Webber's Place,
Meanwhile Rose's activities had
brought results. The gunmen wore as
sembling nt Hrldglo Webber'B poker
rooms on tho second floor of tho north
west corner of Sixth avenue and Forty
second street. Rose dropped one or two
at a time as he finished his various ex
cursions In Shapiro's automobile, but
tho gang was on hand and reudy for
business n few minutes before 2 o'clock.
Jack Sulllvun told Dougherty that ha
went to Brldgle's expecting to meet
Sam Paul. lie wanted to see Snm bo
cause Rnm was a good friend. Hut Mr.
Paul had left,, although he wna uren
! Ihiit in the neighborhood of the Metro