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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Showers to-day; generally fair to-morrow;
southwest and west winds.
Detailed weather reports will be found on page 13.
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VOL. LXXIX. NO. 333.
NEW YORK, MONDAY, JULY 29, 1912. Comirtglil. MIS. fc the Sun Printing ami t'ubltshiwj AnocwHoit.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
ir hp Am Rnniinrn nu
m flu mwm m I
( iiniiiiinilv licsol n lions
I.Wnthal Cusp Cull for
1)1!. MA(?.KX MXKKS KKPI,Y .
(,iiH'tinii .Mr. liiijnor's State
ment Tlmt Crime Is in the
Hand f I'oreisrners.
I .. . v MM.e committee and advisory
,. .1 el the Jewish Coinmunlt v. which !
,:.rc-cm- .1"! Jewish societies through-
oi- the I'mlcd StutiV, held a mpptina
i -'er'l.iy niorniiiK in the truMcon' room
of iii Hebrew Charilies Building at .'136
-. end avenue to voiiMdcr the remarkH
ip Mayor (iuynor' letter to Commissioner
Waldo in which he cpe.tkH of thu larju
iiri-ign population in the city and lis
-. 'h'ioii to Bambllnc
Mayor (iaynor in his letter aid: i'er. within sight of police ofticern, of n'
s .uil.lli.K of the city Is almost all ' wh? 1hud 'hrpatpnpd to disclose the j
n -....r luwls Irorerrin..- to the for,-l8..ersr l"r,l,7hIl "f h police with the Kam-
r n.len other vUcs nm , rimes, ' W!f "'.'"""u f 1,10 c"!'"""'.' "
1 I ho Jewish Community w enrr on
- i n unes of p ery op con- , itH Ilve!4t,Kn(ioll am, wotI,;, ,on
v trl nearly or remotely with Itosenthal to ,i10 n01lr(i of ,iprmH , ,. M11.
ii in. r.lcr shows them to be of tills.,, ' Hi i. ,.
, .Iks or lawless fop-leners to which I "np- Wp will president all meet-
in-ii.tnrod iiiR". Hn retired from tho pastorale of
It I, this statement that caused the 1
.Irwi-Oi Community to meet and ndopt
..,clutioii.s. Or. J. I.. .MaRtiCH. prpsldeut
f.f the iv.mmunitv and chairman of the
ncuttvo committee. proMded at the j
iwetuii;, Ho said last night that there
was no denouncment of Mayor Oaynor.
nl'h mch the .Iowa prominent in educa-
lonal drcW were of the opinion that the '
...iter w.is very unfair to the foreign pie-
went in New York who are trying to obey '
,..wmi.lo.di.r. Tim following reMlutlom
.-.re unanimously adopted:
Wiieics certain Handals havp recently '
.cine i . lU'hf in which Individuals reputed ,
ti. t(n .lews are Implicated, and
tthpreii- the- Hc.ind.ih have revealed a I
kniu' deuipp of moral and political
ii.'s.'i.r.ii v in this city; hit ll
.' . rl, T lint as cltleiis of the city and
. 'cs vie view Willi profound Indignation
i roftipalion o the .lew .i name liroucht
ny these .events ai.ri the ln.pl cation
. 'e. . in piactlce. and vi. es whlcl, have j
,. ...,1. M, nil. ...... .,n..i ..m.Altl . II. .
,'!ov. n among our iicoplo: and bo it
.' ! nl. That the .lewhh Community
i,.!..' -'.'ti- to form a vigilance commltte
1 shall endeavor to stir the coast ienco
, .lie i ltleiihip of the? city to a realization
vi t ht? political and moral corruption of
jih the Ito.entlul case h but a symptom;
mi. I l.e P further
Kltd, That Hie Jewish Community
b in unli all its power such agencies, both
I 1 . uiid pilvate, us are sincerely desirous
r.' Ihiiil; bare all the ramifications of the
it iimlvr Investigation; and be it fur
. 'rt1. That the .liw isli Cninniutiit v
I ,e steps lo ruriii a bureau of Intonna-
nn ami Itivi stigallon. to the ofth e or which
i' . s,., inn I avenue any lommunlcatlon
. 0. ,.rmtis- degenerate conditions may
, . . , ...
Dr M.ignes refused to make public
names of those who were, present at tho
tn.eting At 23 Sutton place his home,
said those who were at tho meeting
did not wish to discuss the question, as
Ui" resolutions were complete enough.
Yesterday afternoon one of the officers
of the I'nited Hebrew Charities, who re
fused to give his name, told a clerk in a
drug store u block from tho Charities
luilihng that the Mayor's letter had
made th" Jewish population in Xew York
very angry Ho said ho was not nt the
meeting, but that, ever since the Mayor's
letter was mado public. Jewish educators
.n New ork havo been looking to the
Jewish Community to come forward with
I'r. Magnes said that he had presided
a 'he meeting and had spoken there.
When he was asked if he had anything
'i siy tint was not embodied in the reso
ditifius lie said:
" Hie Mayor of the city uses his high
Dice to deliver himself of un attack I
i loreigiiern, lie says tlmt every I
Mine connected with the Rosenthal
indicates a 'degenerate foreigner.'
'lies are, unfortunately, degenerate;
i wha lias the 'foreigner' to do with
" In what way does this attempted
,'in.it .nion clarify tho situation? Does
V mean to ay that it is only foreigners
xin. the gamblers? What then of the
anleld ami others, the native quality
' who., names would betoken our best
Iic.es he claim that it is due to 'for-
triers' that wo havo corrupt politics?
"inn o the revelations of tho Hums
ihti lives in Ohio, whero a thoroughly
'iu.e.in community was caught root
I .ranc h at accepting bribes? Or does
." nie.ui to say that the 'foreigners' have
it 'h the police of Xpw York city?
's in.' rather that the pollen have de
itwiHl.si a ralicorr' from thu 'foreigners'?
.'over, most all of these young men
r i. ii it and brought up right here under
1 i" in institutions. When does the
i n. r cease and the native begin? Is
" r- '
'.' ii In. learns lh lesson or corrupt 1 planned to call up the naval bill on Thurs
hi politics and forgets the teach- ' day, but itprolmbly will In? postponed for
' i toreigu fatlier, who never wus, another week,
i now, u ,;ainbl"r or a corrup- 1 t already is assured lhat a sufficient
I o me it appears to be our rotten number of Democrats will pair with Re
u i v.'i-y possibly some, of our publicans to incorporate an amendment
.-'iiutions that have mado them providing ror at least onebattleship.Iader
a' they are. Heaven keep us from Underwood has taken chargo of the fight
'' ';f ""ricanizjillon.- f(ir aval oxtension and he Is said to be
v ..s thought at. first lhat Dr. relu .confident that tho majority will reverse
I'r David d Sola Mendes and Dr
s tM, vyero ut the meeting, but
i as ileiueil Dr. Magncs was asked
Jewish Coimiiunlty intended to hold
"'I 'i ling within the next few days
' ' " up the mailer furl her.
1 1 i noi know," he said, "The resold
- j-mm ilil- aflernooii will cause
- ' ile.il ol comment umong Jews and I
a s alike and it is possible that I
oNMiuiiiily will have to meet very'
' ' "I'liieiiiii.i "us in ior Meyers was ultacked to-day by a large
..I invest gallon as to the alleged ,., ,, UP mwn Mf his hoiiie and
1 1 " Uoseuthal ! severely Injured before b" succeeded In
'' r 1 11,1 ' 1 "ho pusn-d the lesolii-, breaking lh" heioii's leg and capturing
1 w hi'isI to clemotislrato to Mayor.lt
"i the llrsl place, hn said, that his
" '" ( ouimissioner Waldo refernsl
v "Manly to the Jew, and Ihey also
""'I in uiiml the actual working out of a
ny ieiaiis h. the itoscnth
sas s zz .
murder Jews would run them down and
mpply the lact.
A request for the appointment or n
special committee of the lloiird or Alder
men to investigate! tin Rosenthal murder
",a,," yesterday in n paper signed by 1
, miniT i.aunuw ror tlio Now York Feeler- i
utlon or Churches, Dr. Mugitcs Tor I lit'
Jewih Community (KchlllaJi). Henry
I Merkow Its; for thn Association of Neigh
, liprliood Worker. Jnsmih n ii ii.ii.iiii
for ' nti.em tnion, John P. Peiers
Tlio request is made for a speciul com
mittee to consider iinnrnnrl.it.. nfil,.,, n
I X)lbl(j utilities of m-n'jir. of (!r
I police of New York with the Immoral do-
mpiit TIip nancr slates tlmt rlinuin
should be recommended in (In. result
of u thorough, unbiassed and unsparinr,
"7 , K.0i,Ion' l101, ".,y ,h" t-rnt
1,1 ""' organ at on and method- of
,!, ii. i ,..., n-L '
KwtH for the proposed investigation an'
immedintp upp opriation of :'5,kki to be.
upplempntP by whatpver additlnnal ap
propriation may bp found npcessary.
The paper ends with nn appeal lo the '
Board of Aldermen for "action lookiiiK
toward the elimination from the Police
t InhnH ........ ..t .! II. t ... . . i-. .
I "v i ' . ' i iho-m" i-oiiuiiiuns wnicii
jliave made poswilile the dratnalie mur-'
. "al J7u,run lemple at Madison ave
nue and Hixty-flfth street in lVbruarv
"' " '"" '"" "!'"'
tio" and of Jl;wish "'""tton.
MRS. McNAJIARA SECLUDED.
'hp 0tii .Into Thai ( nosed rrrts,
Wrnlihy Womnn Sni.
... ,, ...... . I
M M't ' McNnmura. the
wpalthy .San Mateo. Cal., Invalid v.lu.ne i
,nl!'b-n'- -Nicholas .1. .McXamara. inter-1
rlll",t' her trip abroad by causing the
arrest in this city last Friday of Mr.
- ' - M. Terklns. her traelllug companion.
."nu two men servants, did not come
out or her seclusion yesterday.
Mrs. Perkins said she understood
Mrs. McNamara was stopping nt the
ivnicKerliockcr. At the hotel It was
..mphatlcally said that the woman and
,lcr ,Wo MOH . .
iirs. .-vicNnmara and .Mrs. I'erklns
claim that the formpr purchased the
auto alleged to have been stolen with
her own money. .Mrs. Perkins asserts,
that It was shipped from 'Portland, Ore. 1
to New York by .Mrs. .McXamara and
that Mr, McXamara has no basis for,
hie charge of larceny.
K. Henry rtownberg will appear be
fore Justice HlschnfT to-day to argue
for the dlsrhnrge of the three prisoners I
on writs of habeas corpus, it is under
stood hp will contend. that their arrest'
on request by telegraph wa.s not lawful.
Man 1-RjtNclsro. July 18. The ailega-
tioimof the theft of the McXamara nnt.i.
mobile will be presented to the (iratid
. Jury ltrt to-morrow. Ir rHiulsition
( papers are obtained Mr McXamara and
! hlK daughter with Herat Mcfiowan will
Htnrt for Xevv York He declares he In,
receipt showing that he purchased the
auto and that he has proof that he BftVe
Mr. Perkins and Patterson permission
' OI1y , ,uke 10 ftulo fnr ,.
HUNTS FOR WIFE AND BABY.
Anxloa Vlsn Has Senieheil In Vnln
Since Jnly in,
A travel worn man who called at 1
Tin; Scn office yesterday said he wished
that anybody who might encounter u ,
woman with a twenty-two pound, six- '
mouths-old baby who seemed to he
lost would write to John Ilaynes, gen
eral delivery, Xew York, ns they arc
his wife and son. He has been search
ing for them ever since July if,.
"We cume down from Troy on July ,
I."," Haynes said, "and went to see
(Vinev Island. MV Wife went InnLlm.
for a store to buy a milk bottle for the
baby, and I guess she couldn't find me
again In the crowd, for she didn't come
"I have been all through the city and
up and clown the Xew Jersey coast
looking for her. I heard she was work- 1
Ing In a hotel nt Ashtiry Park, but
when I got there she, If she was my '
wife, was gone.
"There were Just the thtce of us. I
She hadn't any folk of her own and i
I haven't any. I'm surp she's trying !
to find ine, and perhaps Tut: Hr.v can
HOPES TO OET BATTLESHIPS.
Leader 1 ndemnod In Chance of
FlKhl and Is CoiiBilrnt of arce-.
Waniiinoton. July 18. -The Demo-
rratlo leaders of the House who are fight
ing to enlarge the navy feel certain they
will beat tho opposition.
Representative Padgett of Tennessee,
!....,,. n ,,r iu ti....... vn..i
,.;iiiiii.itaitui ,te7.i.j.n.., tn.iiii i Ullllllllice,
tho decision reached at the recent caucus.
Representative Sulzer Is fight ing to have
tho House concur in the Senate amend-,
ment which provides for two dread
noughts. HERON ATTACKS MAN.
Dlrd rnrl loe I n pir llpforrj
He Takes It Captive.
' ''" fN. JU1.V
It rcciilred Die services of physicians
to bring him about afler the battle,
lie has onered the bird lo the city for
the Cadwaladcr I'ark Zoo here.
RAILROADS TO SLOW UP
THEIR CHICAGO FLIERS
Service Commission Wants
lledtice Time in Winter
, damaged that she hail to turn hack to
HKSl'lr OK WHKCK I Nt'l'lHY, Montreal. Many of her pasn-ngcrs-'
she cut lied Tit') -had to he transferred
. , llu lle Allan llimr Pretoria. i
Report on Hde Park Smash, The F.mprrss of itritain is the largest
Says Companies Will Listen
A proposal to lengthen the schedules
of the high sppd trains on the Npw York
Central and the Pennsylvania railroads
during the winter and earlv spring is the
outcome of the investigation which the
.,,,,.,, ... . .
Public- .service Commission has made or
the wreck of tho Twentieth Contury ,
Limited nt Hyde I'ark on March 13 last. '
It li stated in the report of the invest!-
gallon that IhU proposal has been favora-
lily received by the officers of both com-
unites and that a wish to rpach an agree-
ment on the subject Iris bpen indicated. panic by their calmness. The sailors'
The investigation of the wreck has con-! on the Helvetia were transferred to the
vinced the commission that the responsi- Kmprcs. the collier s bow having been
bilitv for the derailment is not to be laid I smashed in so completely that there,
to a dereotlvo or broken rail, but to an Ir- possibility of saving her. .
regularity in the hiiperelevatiou of the. , Th(1 ,,'nv "f the jlmpress was badly
outer rail on the cm ve at which the acci- wb'- ' t',',",(, ''i;
dent happened Tho broken waS f" ,hP "
rather the result than the cause .r the I Tl(, tra,lMf,.r f , p.seiiK..rs to tli'
accident, in the opinion of the rommis- M,lin !,,. .rf.,orIan was made offj
sioti. but it is made entirely clear in tho. lather's Point to-dav. and when news
report of it.s llndings that the commission ,lf cni0u was received a wreck-'
believes the high speed ut which the train , K 3t,.amer and tugs were sent to meet j
is known to have been moving militated' tn(. i:mpre?.
against the chances of the locomotive rt- Thn Kniprcss of Itritain and her twin
maining on the tracks In spite of the lr-'shlp. the Kmpress of Ireland, are the
regularity in rail elevation which it en-'largest vessels that can reach Moti
countered. Heal. They travel between Montreal and'
At the point where the aer ident occurred
the curve wiim within the limits adopted
by high seed railroads. The outer rail
was supposed to l e elevated about four
inches to n-rniit ll.e safe (wsiage of high
speed trains. In a distance of about
llfty feet, however, there appeared a drop
in elevation from 4'( inches to inches.
This drop is about i-pial to the height of
the llanges on engine trucks and driving,
wheels and would U- sufficient to cause
a serious lurch in the locomotive with in
sudden increase in pressure against the .
While in this as in other accidents the1 mVL.ni(
destruction of the rail made positive con- '
elusions impossible, the commission ho.; i.a Savnle and the Rochnmheau of tho !
lieves that the outer rail turned over near ' Compagnie (icncrale Transatlantlque
the low sK)t. Whilo it is possible that Bailed from Havre late last night, cm
the paissago of previous trains may have1 ploying naval otokers Instead of the
loosetu-d the spikes holding the rail, it regular irevv. owing o the seamen's
is the commission's idea that the high strike.
speed at which the Twentieth Century
Limited was moving when It reached the
rail depression caused this turning over.
Commenting on this, the resirt says:
The important element to ioiisder Islhe
necessity of eontinuiiiis hlvh speeds Imposed
by the maintenance ot fast luiis- distance
schedules during the v Inter.
of accidents lo fast trains ilutimi the past
year raises the question w hether the ched-
illes are not too fast for salety It appear-
In he evident that whatever the t.ictur
of safe.v may be , summer It u,i.t he ,.,.
terlillv reduced under winter conditions.
I navoidabln delays to trains in winter
are rieiiiPiit, and lend to tiressure upon the
engineers to make up time anil upon the
nsrattii4 ofllcers to permit it. Thh results
a a oeeree oi leusiun oi ois-ruiion wuicn
is unlavorahle to safety or to the uniformity
, of train service which the public needs.
ik.iii -vii ii-i- mill in.' iiiiuii.' neeiis.
rim .., i. ,,.,.! i,. i , ,n' i.u,i ..i.i.
principal operating oflkers of the New York
central ami l'i iui-yl,uil.i. The proposal
lo lengthen the schedules of these trains
in w Inter has been favorably receiv cd by the '
officers of both c omtianles, and a wish to
reach an aBtcemcut on tho subject has been
indicated. As a tesult we expect that the
schedule of the Twentieth Century Limited
trains between Xew Yoik and Chicago will
be. lengthened from eighteen lo twenty
liouis next w Inter.
Tld action we believe will be conducive
lo safety, to the maintenance of a more '
uniform service of trains on time mid de-
ctea-ed Interference with local paisenger j
::;',!";, VMitWS 1
schedule, of other of th- fast trains
Considerable attention Is given in 'the
reKirt to u study of the spi-isl records
of the Southwestern Limited, Xew York
Central Limned, Twentieth Century Urn-
itcd and Kmpire State Kx press. As to the i
stieed of the I went ut h ( ontury on the
day of the-ui-cident, it is stated that'
"judging bythe train sheet. S.imIs of at
loaM seventy miles an hour were reached I
at two points on this run. The train was
I hour and 12 minutes Into, and the desire 1
of eiiguu-ers loshownfioodmnningns'ord
leads them to make un ax much time
as practicable on these Important trains,"
us oract caoie on inese imtionani trains "
A table of siHwl records for the trains
mentioned ror February and March for 1
the Hudson division between Albany and
Croton shows that of 2W cases of high I
Ks-csl Hz were between sixty and seventy
miles an hour, 122 were between seventy ,
were over eighty miles un hour. Tho need
of reliable speed indicators is emphasized
in the interest of safe running. In con
cluding the report says;
The preparation of this report comes at
thn end of five years of the commission's
work, during which period every important
accident in this Stale has been carefully
investigated mill Its possible lessons con
sidered, As a result of that study we be
hove thut the public need is fnr an Improved
service of trains on time and Willi certain
connections rather than for very fast ser-1
' ."'.'.".. -a.ei, -.in ue irnicnt and gestculnted w My.
cldeclly promoted by a lediictlcm of speed, j .,,, ,. ii..,I11on are tho grc-it- I
especially in the winter season, lie nntl Wade Hampton are no mi.i -
'.. . , .. , est aovernors ever known In South Car-,
Tho report of the commission was.,,iinu..
shown lo the railroad company, and .
Vice-President A. II. Smith makes tho'
following comment on the accident; 1 MRS. MARCUS TO SELL OUT.
Notwithstanding the most thorough In.
vestlgatimi which has hieu matin by your
i oiumlsshiti, by other investigating bodies
iind by the railroad Itself, we are Inclined
lo regatd the cause of the derailment as
entirely loo uncertain lo restrict remedial
agencies to any siuglii theory,
We are disposed to receive and act upon
every reasonable explanation which has
been made. All tracks will become slightly
trri.lllnr il. llielr kllrCn,.a ..rll ...I.. .1...
lag severe winter weather such as we have
experiei.cs.il during the past jcar
'Ihe theory cd tlirt malicious tampering I
with ihe iriuk or obsiruciloii should not
be disregarded I believe the records of
the commission will show numerous ml,
tcinpu, a ihicu or ntore, within the pjat
elghleeii innnths to derail tains by placing
upon Urn trai k angle bars, plecsis of Iron,
stones, ciossiies and oilier obstructions,
Tlie triiHpassing upon railroad trucks Is
aim I nil mid a constant menace In tha.
traveli ng public, regardless of the risk to
th railroad lllf. ,
LINER SINKS COLLIER IN FOG.
Impress of tlrllntn Ituim llimn
hprpTndVy"1 ihp illusion "in Uu-'fog
'of yesterday afternoon of tlio J3mptes
uf Hrltiiln of Hip Canadian Pacific fleet
iiihI the collier Helvetia. The collision
occurred In the St. Lawiencc.
As fur us Is now known, un llvc
were lo.xt. although the rolller was sunk.
The Rmpress of Itrltaln was ho badly
of Hie Canadian Pacific boats and '
started from Monttcal on Krlday eve
ning. All day Saturday the foR on the
river wnn thick and when the vckscI
leached the narrower part of the river,
about sort miles east of Quebec, she had
to feci her way slowly.
The collier wus Inbound from An-
strnlla with S.000 tons of coal
"""' the lookout on the Kmprcss
snw the rolller, leverse orders wore
,.. , , ,.,, ,., ,mt ,le .
vessels ueie sM near they could not be
The passengers rushed up from below
and tried to get Into the lifeboats,
which were lllled and lowered, t-'npt.
Murray and his olllcer.s prevented u
Liverpool, ller tonnage, gro-s, Is H,
1 SO .tons. The collier was built a year
ago, and was
MUTINY ON FRENCH LINER.
.nnl stot.rrs on the llnchnnilipiin,
Nt Hp, .re Overpowered,
labte OnvulOi lo Tar. Si
Havre, July 2'.'. A radiograph from
the Itochamheiiu, one of the liners
which sailed yesterday with naval
stokers, announces that a part of the
. ......... n....l..lA.l ........ I
YACHT RAMBLER BURNS.
Dr. T. . Hop, Ihe llwnrr, Think
Some One I'lred III Host.
Tli" Rambler, a sixty foot motor yacht
owned bv Dr. T. V. lion of Tarrytown,
burned t o the water's edge early yesterday
ns H1( tav o(T Tarn-town Yacht Club,
()f wllk.,,' ,)r, ,. jtt u lncm)t.r. I)r Hne
. . , . . , . ., . i .. . .i i
night that he thought tho vessel
hail b i fired either by tramps or by
, some disgruntled person vvitli whom he,
had dealings as harbor master. As such
'he has mad" several yachtsmen change j
their moorings. ,
T, i..ml,,.r i.as ,,., ..oeiii,, ,,t w th
I supplies for a seven week cruise to the
I ,, , . , . i . i I
11 housand Islunds, and was completely l
m,wl ol" 011 Saturday night The regular ;
caretaker had received the night ofT in
anticipation of the cruise No gasolene I
had been put on board.
J At about, a o clock yesterday morning
i the fire was discovered burning slowly out
.of the cabin. Or. Roe believes that it j
started in the cook's galley but it had a i
1 complete hold on the cabin whnn discov
Attempts wore made to put water on
the yacht, but she lay so far out that t-he
t.ou",j I10t )H reached from the shore
,,y .u ,, l)Urllw iM hotly to be;
r "r .h,,M., h-r nr iM ,,ou,s' '
They could not get closo enough.
Dr Uo thuj tho damage ,
amounted to about M.oon. Insurance on
tho boat lapsed cm July 1. but Dr. Iioo is
hopeful that his agent renewed the insur-.
ance -ithout instructions, '
HELD FOR EUL00IZLNO BLEASE. ,
Sonlli ('rollnun's Sanltr ttueitlonrd
, .. . ...,.,..
"rr "nerch in (leoruiu. i
.unvn Hi. luiv "K . -nerausc he
.leeiareil Cov. Coin mease of South Cai o-
declared Ciov. Cole lllcase ol
..,. .. i.rl,r.1hin
."T, ""'"t honorable
wt,rili. I.ugenc (lordon ol
inan In the
worm, i.ugenc iioruon iouuk was iieiu
'"" Ml investigation of Ills sanity by
Recorder Hroyle. Young umio heie
as delvgate to the convention of the
UldcoiiH. He Is from Columbia, t. C,
and at the tildeon convention he created
. lis.. iit. r l.v en1.it. I?!nir fine. ItliMlse unit
was forcibly removed and taken before '
The South Carullmm hurled defiance
at ThomiM 11. Fcldcr, olTeilng to meet
htm anywheip ut any time unci tight It
out, promising to whip Felcler with one
band tied behind him.
"Cole Hlease Is u man Just like W "adn I
Hampton, that grand old man of South ,
Carolina," cried Young, us ho trembled
I'lans Id Join ller Fnllirr in lliiropr .
MoSTi LAiR, X, .1., July L'H.- Mrs. Will
iam Klilcr Marcus, Jr.. Is planning to
sell her household effects before she
departs from the "uncongenial" atnios.
iihere of Montclalr. II Is snld here1
thut she also will try to gain possession
"f I'"'" ,,wu '1'l'IKhters, who arc
inl " her husbands parents
Mr"- "'' r.iucr .vintcus.
-UR 1'pper .Mountain uvenue.
The .vouiiK woman Is said to be In
New York iiwullliii,- the completion of
arrangement" fnr fhe rtepnrture Sefnrn
she sails for Hurope to Join her father,
James Cockney, who Is abroad for IiIh
BRINK KL-BAItT l)RT fllN
'Ini M cool ai cucumber.
DILLON QUITS OHIO
Kcpiibliritn Candidate Wanted
to Stay on lleiicli. and l-Viif
a Third Ticket.
WOn.liXT HACK 'V T. I!.
Committee to Fill Vacancy Is
1 1 to 10 lor Tuff, lint Chair
man Is T. It. Man.
Wsiii.vciTON, July 2S. President Taft
learned Indirectly to-day that Judge
K. H. Dillon. Reptibllcnn nominee for
Governor In Ohio, bus declined the nom
ination. The word came to Senator
Durtoii, who conveyed it to the White
House. Later It wa.s veiilled by press
despatches Irom Columbus.
The news bus caused some disap
pointment In Administration circles, but
It was not wholly unexpected. Judge
Dillon wa.s drafted for the nomination.
Ho said nt the time that he would not
nccepi, but was Induced to withhold his
declination In the hope that the Internal
atT.ilr.s of the Ohio Republicans, which
have been more or lcs upset, might bo
harmonized In n way that would give
some hope of his election.
Judge Dillon's attitude bns been that
If the Roosevelt Republicans Insisted
on nominating n third candidate or de
manded that hp should take a stand in
favor of Col. Roosevelt for President
he would decline to run.
Judge Dillon had nn Interview a few
days iic.i with Walter Drown, chairman
of the Republican State committee nnd
a Roosovelt loader in the State, H Is
understood thnt Ilrnvvn Ferved notice on
him that he mut either declare himself
for Roosevelt or there would tip it third
ticket In the field, ruder such condi
tions Judge Dillon declined to make the
The Republican Sate committee will
meet on July 31 nnd Is empowered to
fill thp vacancy nt the head of the
State ticket. Xo one In Washington
conversant with Ohio politics Is pre
pared to tiny who the nominee will be.
The Reptibllcnn State committee Is for
Piesldent Tuft by u vote of 11 to 10,
ult hough It reelected Wnlter llrown
chairman because of his personal popu
larity. Judge Dillon Is on the Common Pleas
bench of Franklin county, which In
cludes the city of Columbus. He went
Into the convention as n candidate for
Judge of the State Supreme Court. He
had made a record ns Presiding Judge
In the trial of the hoodler.s In the Ohio
Legislature. He 1 only 42 j ears old.
He looked so good to thn Republican
delegates Hint Instead of nominating
him ror the Supreme Retail they de
cided to put him at thn head of the
State ticket In the belief thut be would
make a popular campaign and probably
he elected. The nomination ut one time
gave promise of hnnnoulzlng the war
ring factions In Ohio.
Judge Dillon will continue to serve
on the Common liens bench. His term
docs not expire until lull.
OTHER CANDIDATES STICK.
Ohio Itepilbllcnils I p In the Air
Cot.'; Mill's. Ohio, July 2s Ohio Re
publicans confess thcjnselves all up In
ihe air lo-nlght us it result of the an
nounced resignation of Judge K. 11.
Dillon as nominee for tlovcrnnr. Thu
resignation when received next Wednes
day by the Republican State com
mittee will probably find that body all
ut odds ns to what to do. Xo one has
yet come forward with a valuable
Dillon was named as ti compromise
candidate. His name had not been
placed before the convention and he
didn't want the nomination.
Other nominees Indicate they won't
get off the ttiket, no matter to what
extent th" third party movement de
velops. Judge Dillon resigned because
Roosevelt lenders In Ohio couldn't ns
sute him that Roosevelt himself
wouldn't demand a third party State
D. F. Anderson of Ynungsiown, one
of the candidates before the convention,
declared to-day that Senator Burton Is
icsponslble for the trouble that has de
veloped. He' said that Senator Uurton
had In hand a written declination ot
the honor given him by Judge Dillon
In anticipation of a possible nomina
tion. WILSONACKIN PRISON.
Wmilrd In Tell of York Trip,
lull Keeper Prevented.
Ati.vnta, Oa July 2s Col. Christo
pher Columbus Wilson, former president
of the I'nited Wireless Company, Is
back In the Federal prison here nfler
his outing In Xew York city, which hp
enjoyed with Keeper Shea.
Col. Wilson and Keeper Sheu reached
Allunta about 1 o'clock this morning,
their train being many hours late. They
were met at the station by the prison
auto with a guard as chnuffcur! and
were at once whisked to the prison,
vvliete WIIfoii resumed life ns n con
vict. An attempt to Interview Wilson und
Sheu at the station In tegnrd to the
favors allowed the former while In Xew
York failed. Keeper Shea refused lo
talk and seemed to resent being ques
tioned, Col. Wilson wna willing to talk
If lie had been permitted, but us soon
as ho said "1 hud u good time In Xew
York" Im was told to be silent utul was
lushed to the auto.
Warden Moyer Is greatly annoyed al
the sloiies that Wilson bus been receiv
ing favored treatment at th prison, it
Is understood that the prisoner will not
receive no many favors In the future.
NEEDLE TOCURE STAGE FRIGHT.
(Htilerlre Nerve In .Nose nnd Ner
vousness IManppcnrs, Nn doctor.
iiicml ( uhle DnpHttlt lit Tm: hi .
I'.vnis, July 2S. -Dr. lloiinler has In
fonnul III" Academy of .Mullclne Hint
he has discovered a positive cure lor
atiinc fright and nervousness on ihu
plulfonu, lie sa.vs nil thai I necessary
Is lo Insert a red hot needle Into the
nose und iiiuicrlxc a certain nerve which
Is responsible for this nervousness,
ine cure takes two uuys.
MIKADO, UNCONSCIOUS, DYING.
I'liMlclnn. tilve I p All Hope fnr Ills
.sj'fn( CiiWr IX'tinlcl. lo Tint Stc
Towo, July 2H (Mondayl. ! A. M
The I'mperor l still nllve. but the end
is expected ul any moment.
" Ills physlcuns have given up all hope.
He tins been unconscious since dawn.
The cramp In his limbs continues nnd
III breathing Is difficult and Irregular.;
Ills pulse Is 120, but frequently ceases.
The imperial Princes aro till at the
, palace. Outside the palace a great
crowd is waiting for any news, The
1 grief of the is oplo of Tokio is genuine
unci universal. The body or a young
man was found in th? outer rk of lh
j palace tvday. He had taken oisoii. A
letter in his pocket said that he had given
his lif for the Emperor's.
OLD MAIDS CLASSIFIED.
I'aslnr HnlTer Says Helen (innld la
In Class by Herself.
UllAND JPNCTION', Col., July 2R.
I "There are old maids and old maids,"
said the Rev. L'lmtr V. Ilnffer to-night.
"First, there Is the clabbered old maid.
She Is the type that I had in mind
when I pt cached my sermon.
"This class despises men. The milk
of human kindness has soured them.
They see no sunshine. All Is shadow.
"Then there nre the disappointed.
They nre ofttlmes crossed In love. They
sit on front porches In the shade of
old fashioned vines that clamber toward
the roof and they knit soft things fnr
I nine iiiii- coin iiic iieiir in inciii. i oia
is cue class rrcsiueni juii icnowy.
Then there Is the talkative class.
They have none of the good qualities
' of the rest and all of the bad.
1 ".Miss Helen fJould belongs to none
j of these. She Is In u class by her
. lonesome self,
' "She would lie happier with eight
children little youngsters gathered
(round her knees than with her ?S,000,- !
0U0 In a treat safety deposit vault.
!She will be sorry she Is unmarried
' when she Is older."
WILL APPEAL TO MRS. AST0R.
ontli Who Sn Slip Snved lllin un
Ihe Titanic Stranded.
Pmsnritn, July 28. Harry Miller, 17
! years old, who says he was rescued by
I Mrs. John Jacob Astor after the Titanic
i sank with all the other members of his
family, arrived in Pittsburg stranded
Mrs. Harry Reel, a charity worker, sent
him to New York, whero he will ask Mrs.
Astor a aid In proceeding against tho
I White Star Line.
Young Miller, who says he is a son of a
'specialist of Warsaw," Russia, jumped
from thn Titanic to an ice floe, ho savs,
, holding his baby sister. Then he sliniied
into tho water, the baby being drowned.
I He was pulled into a boat by a woman
i who. he found out afterward, was Mrs.
Astor. He says he has been a victim of
I sharks since his arrival in this country.
j-uauftflia uplift i o nuuna.
ruiiardrr lln. Triinhls iv hi. M...i.in -
. , .
cry In Irish Nea.
.ltactl Cable l)riilcli lo Tsr Sc
; gt i.KNSlow.v, July as. -Tho Cunard
j liner Lusitanla was delayed five hours
j in the Irish Sea to-day because of some
I trouble with the machinery. She did not
leave this port until 12:15 intheafteriinou.
I Mr, Marconi, who was aboard, ilisem
I barked here and will sail on the Maura
tanin on August 4.
ANIMAL PROWLS IN PARK.
I Sen res Person enr AVeM Mde and
I lakes Several Duck.
A night prowler In Central I'ark
. bus been frightening timid nersons
' and young pairs who pass the evening
Ion the west side of the park opposite
tho Museum of Natural History. The
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' . i.r. m "Tithe consummation has come to light
species neither he pollen nor tho , ()U(, tlM(.0S(.,, yo)(,erdny. Al-
meuageiie authorities know.
I There was n rapid flight of young
folks one night last week. The animal
had been seen by some nnd heard by
others and the ularm spread rapidly.
' Visit, irs fiiiiite fue Ibn elecll'tn IlL-hts
of Central Park West In a hurry.
Chief Keeper Snyder bus learned that I m least twenty In the conspiracy to
, the animal levied toll In the shape of i silence the too talkative gambler. Mut
a wild duck and a gruy squirrel. He terlngs and rumblings of the coming;
bus been out trying to capture It. I explosion were henrd along Sixth nve-
BURGLARS AT RESORT FIRE.
, K. .VI. AlnrcliUon'a Yllln l.nnted nf
.lenrls Valued at SS,OHO.
, Xahiiauassctt Pish, R. L, July 2S.
i Uurghirs entered the villa of Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Murchlson of New York
I dining the tire which raged yesterday
ut Kentaru Green nnd stole Jewels
und diamond lings valued ut (8,000.
When the; Murchlson villa wa.s partly
destroyed Mr. Murchlson devoted his
efforts to assisting other cottagers In
carrying their valuables to places uf
safety. During the excitement tho
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, H,,-,.-n cm, .Mi ... . v ll. put, .uimni
Among tho missing diamond rings
are several family heirlooms, This
Is the third Jewel robbery of the season
at Narragansett Pier.
UecaiiMi of the Murchlson robbery,
an Investigation will bo begun on
the theory that the fire was started
by a band of thieves operating at the
ENTOMBED MINER ALIVE?
llrncuera Hear Human Voice
flooded PeiiimyHnnln Colliery
I'niontow.v, IM.. July 28, Relieving
John Uoicheii, one in inn "ims m
Ihu flooding of Lemont mine No. 2, Is
still nllve miners worked frantically
to-day digging through a, : foot wall
o' coal lo get to him. Usst night the
icscucjts heard u voice apparently com-
nil, iiiini me .mm sine ...
separating the two mines. They hur
ried to the Junction of the two ntlnca.
but found It clogged with debris.
Twenty-live miners then were put to
work to dig a tunnel through the No. 2
I mine, It Is expected the' tunned will
Ibn finished early to-morrow and strong
hopes are entertained that Uolchek will
be found alive. ,
NOT IN GRAY AUTO
t,ms Af , IlKP1
' as(l- & UC)01't to
Mr. Wtl U 1111111 .
TOOK A RED MACHJNK
I TOlll hlglltll A VC1U1C TllC.V
S)0(1 StMi"ilt (0 Far
TIIKV LOST PAY (JAM HLING
Hose's House, at, Beach
Cot the 93,000 Paid
The llrst results of the Investiga
tion by Ruins detectives Into the mur
der of Herman Rosenthal have been
flashed to the District Attorney In tho
form of a report that the five men who
shot clown the gambler walked straight
from the Metropole to n red automo
bile waiting nenr tllghth avenue and
Forty-third street, drove to Fur Rock
away and lost the price of the murder.
S.'i.OOO, In a few days gambling, in
house kept by Jack Rose himself.
I Thero Is positive ground for thn
statement that District Attorney Whit
man bases upon the preliminary re
ports recelveu irom W. .1. Rurns'.s
agmts his belief that the pollco havo
only a muddled nnd confused knowledge
of the circumstances of the killing anJ
ot the retrrat of the ussasslnr.
Itefore Sir. Whitman left for New
, Kngland on S.uuiday he said ho had
jjiit heard from Manager Dixon of Mr.
Durns's ofllce. He declared there was
reason to believe thnt some of the
murderers did not escape In tho niay
car driven by Shapiro.
The quid work of the Horns detec
tives has Indicated that thu iivc men
who shot Rosenthal were nt Far Rock
away until a few days ago, that thoy
received dally news of the hue and "cry
while they Bayly flung upon thu
roulette table the proceeds of their
crime, and that when the luckier play
and hard drinking hud emptied their
pockets they sneaked one by one back
to town and went into hiding.
How much of this. If any, is known
, to Deputy Commissioner Dougherty
has not escaped from that close tuouthed
( "lUcial. Rut Mr. Dougherty spent till of
: yesterday and much of last nlht In drlv -
' his fnst red car, "33333," along the
neaciies anil questioning men who arc,
from old linkerton knowledge, con
fidants and go between for the ithnt
uuls who drift between Manhattan and
t . PW .s,ssii, .Nmnci.
! The story that proceeds from the
! Rurns Inquiry places u new name on
i the list of assassins - Kitty Second a
i furtive rascal of Fast Side haunts, one
' down In the police books us a Pltk-
I pocket and devoted ulso to satchel
! thieving and hotel prowling. The names
of the others are the names of the
four whom Dougherty has advertised
us the actual murderers, Harry Horo
witz. Frank Midler, Dago Frank nnd
Louis Rosenberg, The Information of
the District Attorney Is that Horowitz.
Mullcr and Rosenberg wero the three
thut crept close to Rosenthal when ho
appeared unsuspectingly cm tho thres
hold of the Metropole and that tired
the shots, while Kitty Second nnd Dago
Frank or another man Hanked thn
murderers with drawn pistols, ready
to shoot down any man that Interfered
""I" "" '" "'"
, ft" "l01"0 ""X'Testlng feature of III
i deliberate unci systcmutiu plot and of
with the killing.
though far removed from nny evidence
, 1..,1.,l. ,.ii,i i, ,i.,nu ,,. ,
trl,lv alfl.ot u, Hlm.f,H tl)M uy Wm.
,,. ,. ,)V KnWi . waiter, or by the
, Ile. wtm.K the police are so carefully
11 i ..... 11
, ciMiccaiiiii. nun siiicKiittruiiiK.
As the Rurns men have It there wer
I nue nnd Rroadvvay nnd Forty-third
street, wherever the lights shone
hrlglilest that night.
Not merely Forty-third street In th
neighborhood of thn Metropolo vva
sentinelled by gangsters. Pickets from
the Fast Side were posted In Ilroadway
and Sixth uvenue nnd the news of tho
approach of men not wanted nenr the
Metrcqjole was sent by tho code of tho
gangs from block to block. And that
accounts for the vicious looks thnt wero
cast at chunco passersby nnd for thn
low threats that were muttered In their
enrs by men who came and went Ilka
shadows. The stage was being set for
Money appeared fronibtrango pockets.
The riffraff of Chinatown and tho Zellg
territory that centres In Allen street
wero paying their way with the change
of large bills. Financially the plot wua
us well cared for us In auy other neces
The drifting gossip of gamblers, of
taxtcab starters, of actors nnd of po
licemen that taxlcabs wore carrying
queer freight has been nho to ba
true, for the lookouts, the pickets, were,
as the Rums Investigation stows, hlr-
I Ing every tuxl that camo to tho Metro-
pQei,irng It and getting It cut ot thu
i Half an hour before tho gray cur shot
,nt(, i.orty.thlrd utrcet-for thu gray
t.ur ,ay whcrB Hi,uplro M,d , ,laua
lt vsien ne loop,,, trnm itroa,p,vuy tu
,,, ourl, (,y CollUn'H TllelltlV
there were a dozen men by the least
count stretching their legs and using
their eyes In lhat street, lt whs to
these tiieq, District Attorney Whitman
now says, that Harry Vallon talked
when he hurried from Webb.r's isiker
rooms to the Metropolo in d-nvv Rosen
thal's friends, Walker und lllckey, away
from the gambler. It was f ceo uni