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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair to-day; fair to-morrow; light to
moderate variable winds.
Detailed weather reports will be found on page 13,
VOL. LXXIX.-NO. 336.
NEW YORK, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1912. Copyright, 1012, by th. Sun Printing and MhlngJUMIon.
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I INDICT THREE IN FUNK CASE.
TWO WOMEN ARE T. R.
DELEGATES TO CHICAGO
Attorney Dnnnhoe, Detrelltr and
Woman Held fur I'lol.
Chu-aoo, July 31. The Grand Jury
I returned Indictments tills afternoon In 1
the alleged conspiracy against Clarence j
n. r uni;, gencrnl manager if the Inter-1 . ... t. i n
I national Harvester I'nmtmiiv. emu-lntr I V 1 lll'k SlMlllS MM. I Til II K 1 1 tt
l'USS CommittCC ' !" alienation null brought by ... , ... IWv
jonn c iicnnlng. 1 1 .'i'"" '". .-"
Attorney Daniel Dnnohoe, Miss Alleen ..o ltprnniev
Heppner and Isaac Sttefel, n private de '
tectlve, were Indicted .'or conspiracy and
'"Iks Heppner nlso for perjury. I
i Hellllltli; U-.1M nut lnillrtn.1 niw r.rdlnir I
MAKK IDEA STRONGER to State's Attorney Wayman. because 1
....s mic, mm lonicssea 10 tne nitegeei i , . ... Stl'MIK ITI'MUTU
I conspiracy, would not be nhle to testlfv 1 "M 1,1 iMu", ' '
1 against him. SlM'Ccllt's JUKI IMluforill
inn iicnmng nun was iiroliKUt in
October of luMt year, fullowtni: Mr,
Funk's testimony In Washington and
Chicago In the exposal o of the alleged
Jion.ooo Lorimcr fund. Mr. Funk de
Believe No Nation Should
Have Naval Base in
PRIESTS STAND OFF JOHN D.
Cardinal IntrreMcil nml Counsel
.Nu II Will Me u I'litlil I" n Finish.
Tawivtown, July 31.- John I). Rockc
feller will have to nut up a bin light to
hold the fliipsanl property at Pocantleo
Hlllf. according to John M. K. F.wiitR,
attorney for the Foreign Catholic Mls-jl':
"I have heard from Ciidln.il Parley."
'said Mr. Kwlng to-nlRht. "anil this U to
be a IlKht to the lltilsh. We have n
bona tide contract, not an option, who
DOCTOR TO BE WITH MRS. ASTOR.
. Quartern In the I
11 It was learned
L! Fdwin M. CriiKln
.1. K. Hrlilfrcmnu Shot
J town in Her Var
eovvrv'i'invU'i(!(ilillllTI.,l),lllw"1 n1"' w" ,l, nm, wh0""'1'
( ON LN I ION V AS SIM HI I M , KV).H deed to .1. Alvu Jenkins or
John t). Rockefeller, rather Walsh,
representing the society, negotiated the
sale and (tnssanl dlctatid tlio contract.
It was witnessed by Father Price,
"I think Mr. Rockefeller was taken
In when he paid siis.iioo for what we
purchased for $l...0un."
.Ill- reported that Oussanl Intends to
Two women Wete elected as ,lleRdte; p. una to Fgypt. his native country.
On Niitidny lie Will Take I'M HI"
Quartern In lhi Fifth Atenue House.
last evening that Or.
C'rauln of 1U West Fiftieth
street will take up quarters at the
Astor mansion In Fifth avenue nest
Sunday to await the arrival of Mrs.
John Jncob Astor's child, He will liavo
the services of six or seven nurses.
ai i, ,, u,, nt Mr. Aut.tr Is hi-lnt rated for
by three nurses, who work In shifts of ,
I eight hours each.
Mrs. Astor has abandoned Her niRtttty
10 DAIS EARLIER
Hut Attempt to Slay Rosen
thal Then Was a
sriMM-'A" l)K US 1 automobile rides through Central Pati
She Is remaining Indoors, and her
mother, Mrs. William It. Force, Is her
YVill IvHOWII Plliy-i constant rompanloi,
wrijrlit. Who Hfsontod Theft
of lliishnmrs AltVfUons.
Workmen ure eiiKaqed In t.ullnK up
1 the street on the .SUty.llfth street side
of the Astor home for the purpose of
laylmr was pljies. They make a Kicat
deal of noise. It Is understood that
LHial la'jlf lifkHtcU In Tan hi ' later on If the wolk is not completed
GRAFT FIGURES GROW
82,500,000 Was the Cleanup
of Hecker's Ring Alone,
tiled acquaintanceship with the woman 1 "'"I tw
A.MDint'ANS IN SYNDICATE' affection he was chaiRed with 'convention
women wete elected as d-leKutei retina to l.nypt. his ii;itle couiur. ,,., V ;t.'- Itlvalry between two' they will be asked to abandon opera
o us alternates to the national1. 1 Alva Jenkins, prhute lluanclal secre- ' ' ..tlii.r i """s for a while so that Mrs, Astor ..... ...., ii'L'T
. he t'roen s, ve tnrtv -it ! "T It-H.ef. ller. llh Nicholas . women, one American an U. h. r ,,,urbed Til A 1 S J I ST
lloti of the 'riKrcssle pari ti, time i.v.,,.i. ,.v.i. tin nnVcllons of the latter s
n1lrnntlnir.iin.lrntlnn.ln.. I.II..I.U uw nu- in, ,..,.,, V"'.."" , . . ' "
i ' i,Vni. " 1 . 1 oicao h.m i-cn u. ,h;lV(, ,,f.,.ff.c, title nml that the paper
Mr. lunlv was exonerated Mrs. Ilennlnu ,ahl nl(;t llt tin Carneule Lyceum to , s, ,')V , ir,.MM al!(i ,m!,sli wa.
ZlJno X U', chose the .epresenlatlves from this ', i.-lly correct, that It was an option,
.rameu... B"H " ' county to the convention at which the ' not a out. act. nnd that I. expired within
Kpop tf Scheme to Sell lnrp,'e
met IO .Inns I frameup.
,. . , . Miss lleppner is alleged to have com- Presidential candidate of the Hull Moos-
Liecie(l. mltted perjury in iilleclni; she saw Funk j parly Is to be named.
and Mrs. UenuiiiK In a room In a hotel.1 on., of the features of last iilcht's
WmM.TON. July .11.. The Senate ! l,,fo1 wn" njP'V' 'y Attorney Uonn 1)K(r, ,10 Ini.K,, attendance of
, ... nun, counsel for the Henn Iiirm nnd a - - , ,,, , ,.
aimlitee on I-orelBn P.clations adopted 'I(,B(.t, aMum.r f fui, nH!(l.r.d , "omen. man of whom ate allied with
., rlnslns; resolution to-day apropos of have come fiom "Interests hlttlier tip" sulTiaKist movement, tine of the
10 MrfRilalvna Pay nffnlr. warning for, who soimht to besmirch the reputation speakers was Mrs. Martha WVntworth
sn Ro'erntucnts to keep their hands of Mr. Funk lor his part l.i the l.orlmer 1 suffein. vice-president of the Women's tltl
f territory In this hemisphere.
The resjlutlon amounted to a leaf
motion of the Monroe Doctrine and
rrs as an informal notice not only
M Japan nnd Mexico hut to the rest of
ie world that this (?overnment will
- 1 tolerate the establl'hment of a naval ,
on the Mexican coast.
MORE TWO BATTLESHIP MEN.
Tlilrtj Democrat llmo Mmic.l Hil-.T-Ciirti'
Rolow 14th Street and
FEW TAKE DAILY BATHS.
tmrrlinn Women Ahrail of llnulUli,
tpHhil Cab! iHtpatch In Tut! Si
Mis. Urldceinnu was separated from
her husband shoit time nso owlmr to
her iclallons with M. Illoch, nnd Mr.
11! lineman li;.in suit for a divorce,
Surf race tiartN. and she made such am tirournmme. and the advocates of the
Impiesslon on her hearers that the ; l.irm-r navy felt eonllileiit to-day of
(otutnlttee on resolutions added 11 clause , makltiK a strom? Iluht aualnsl the remi
pledKinr the delcRatis to submit the',lar 1 i-mooratlc orminlzatloii If the
oiiestlon of women's vote to the Chi- itttestlon Is broilKht Ui to-motrow.
eami convention. it enures from llie one oa uiesiup men. . . ,m,otnK
The convention was made 110 of 1 en- asliliiR that Milzer ami Ills loiiowers , .i..n
I.onuox. July .11. - Dr. Qulve. speaktiin t.senlatlves of the thirty-tive Assent ' come back Into line and await action his wife lor .ears. .-i
by anollier Democratic c.tiicti", were V) u (l m.tit iipartui'Mii uui
not cordially received by tlie battleship : ,!. ,.,.ine
men. .1 ui,,,.!,. o hay known of llie
1 1 o,. 1 ....,(, ! in tin. murder . . ,
! of the American. Mis. J nines K. HrldKt- 1 SolUP OllC ElSC LOllCCtCn
I man. wife of the cashier of Hie New vcnnlora Interesleil In llnnior AI10111
York Life Insurance Company tParls l ormer Itluule lsliio.1 Seonlor.
, branch). Mme. Hloeh. who did the vA(.iS-,vro.v. July 31. Interest was1
1 sliootins. Is a novelist and 11 plnywrlRht. aroused In the Senate to-day by a rumor
. ..... . ..tt.... ! t 0 1.. V..lu..,i VI M,ltl.-1.
She Rave lier.-ell up 10 llie ......... .........
.,,....1.1 it i,n,in im.ler the . tlllRht be returned to the Senate by
.Mine. Diui'o i-. n.-t. . ,
- ... .i .-i. t..ii.,n lthode Island.
uo piume o. r.e.....i ......... T)i( (,rm )f ,,,,,,. f.,.llVK(. jvatHslyl
lich, He, litllllDIOrS MIJ
iiro that he'
but no can
didate has appealed, nor has any suk-
Restlon been made of one, Washington
friends of the former Senator are of
lWD FtK CHIME
UVlil'.r.To.v. July :il --Thirty Demo- ., wr,,.r of novels, and had Just had a w,.,m(,r,. wn (,xl,r(, n,,vt M
als have slRiied the Sul.er-t'iirley pe- ,u.,.,.,ted by a Paris theatre. ,Li'lf ' announced several months or
lion. subscrlblnR io the ,. ship nwmWr (f (ho hyceum ,,,. j u,iu)(1 , ror,.,,,i0n. bn
Welilier f!ive That Sum
l Hose. t
at the sanitary Institute Conttress to- ,y ilMrlcls. The following were the
day. said that outside of hlchlv sue- iir.w.it en nml ii1lf.rniiti,s il.et.1
Tile committee asreed In words that clullzcd appliances little proRress hud DI'.I.IKiATns.
this tiovernment could not see without been made In the last 200 or 300 vears IIuh-m itfrvH llnir;- MmUovlt
Krave concern the acquisition of land I In advancing the seuetal etllciency of .V n. oirnf Mr" wVn'VrJm'm!"!;
on the American continent either by ' vosels for washliiR the human body. John" (iirr,i Iv'riVl,,1,'!'"'
i foreU-n Power or by forclitn subjects i There were probably K.,000.000 bed-
i,o mlRht turn that territory over to rooms In Knuland which contained no 5."; ' J H'"! iil "Tr Vi' V ' "" i!inriHks!rk!i',
a fotelu-n tJovii nment to bo used for I other nppllance ihan a washstand and n.inl.rMc- Colby .lmrnn'Mutn
a llary plirpo'cn " basin. Inquiries, he said, showed that Miiltiinin i: Kl.tirtK n w rm--iruii; .'
Tine wns not a dls-e'r.UnR vote. the habit of taking a bath dally be- jSl".';lt''l,"'' tiinrcelTNvnn--
An effort will be made to semi the ' m , ,r husband and Mrs.
confer, cm back to .onference without , ' , ; fr .some time, went to Mrs.
further Instructions. Then Leader I n-1 ' ,.inV lllmrt,nent to-day to try
derwood can call another caucus, prob- r' ((, haV( ,.
..I.I., ...tt-K. ti.ivt 11. ..w. I 1 . . . i .-l.i..
the opinion that he would no accept ,.,. an,i Webber am' Vallon,
the Senatorsltlp afaln.
Senator Itradley of
some of his colleaKiles to-day that he
was In favor of having a Rencrnl re
quest made on tho Slate of lthode
Island to return Mr. Aldrlch to Wash-
the Ramblers, Rave more Information to
I the District Attorney yesterday about
the Immense Rraft RleanlnRS of the po
lice In Manhattan, about Becker's auc-coi-s
u. the representative of a small
ablv early nest w,ek.
Sulzer and his thirty followers vv u ( to tlie apartment I
try to form a coalition wltli tlie Hep-.m- , r ..r,wl..0,i hf.ls,.f.
ItiKton. where he would resume bad-r rn(, ()f oillclals and about the part tha
""'I' ' tlie Uepubllcan side. I ,.utmint ,,Iayr(i , orderlr.R and pay-
' " it. Dnnnnlhnl
THINK A DA VINCI IS FOUND. , ",,",r1 ' ' 1 ' ' ,r.
I lie INItillllt'l. ns.ii. n..w
longed principally to a type of Rrad-
uatcs or puouv schools anil to tne early Dmnl 11 rroy
middle tiRed men. Mllltaty men came w,ij ihiiohliis.ni
, . , i i i hiuK. .Nam
first, and raclns men were n Rood winuni Ituctol
second. ' f
...... Mil liael seha n
Tliele was no evitli'nce to De uu- )ctit W. lie Mult"
T'i' lesolutlon, which was drnwn by
tutor LoiIrc, not only renrtlrms but
more clearly defines the doctrine of
lames Moniue. Here I the entire rcso
.v.,..., '1 liat ivlu.it iiiil Inirhrir nr ntlier
p..ite 111 the Miierican continent no situ-I covered to lead to the conclusion that ,.',rf.n,)rl;it'"rl
a'eil nun tlie oceiipaiioo inereoi inr navui , in." duiuiuk iii-coiioiiouiiiiuiir' m om.-i" 4 i rrtcus.iri
military purioe inieat threaten the were unduly taxed. Whenever a con
11111 it it i -ation or the nafety of the Pnlted Krss of medical men or sanitarian was
!.,'. the tioveiiuaent ol tlie l tilleil Mtutcs (,,(, n , v town It
, nureed, continue,) the doctor, tint
Kdwnril A Jithnnn
Julius II. lirllrr
W I., ItAiisuni
(I. II. Srtlll
N S Mlllfl
Mirdh.vm .1 llniii)
M.ffi II IVrtlit
II II MidriMs
Mix MaJ. llnr . Ilnty
..... I.. .1... C. .,,... n tm,n.ttit.nt M. hlf.lllll SOllll
l-lll III in. .
Iiir those iirovldiiiR for two dread
to do with M litocli. Mrs. PrltlReman i ,,,.. f ,i,erllnr ,lf ninu in 1 way to tlRttro Just how much HecKur
...t. ...... ... ...... t.n ll I. tha r mnrfll
.Ml U'll III t'flllir. jHIUI Ulll'-l. h"V uiiuuut... -. n...---
Ii.ttits from -M. IIIOCII to Ills' CUI taint liffpatrii iii i nr.
, blackmallliiR oHTatlons. P.osc said the
llot HCKs. France. July .11. While tan- cash that went -to UecKcr wr . oni) a
llcans to Instruct the eonfetecs to con
I...... ....... f !.,rmnnv Vl'llt'fl' lie
. WHO. M11U1U li.'.ii .....- ,,,l,.ll . .1... raL-nnf.' nnd tllllt
l trnvellltic were read to .Mrs. iiruiRe rainius m- ...v ........ ........ Ui i ..i i...
n n. -Hid their tenor seemed to Indicate I hall here to-day workmen found nn oil u,.c,tv distributed between $2,500,000 and
111,111. .111,1 in. V,nl..u V.nlw.lu.. ri.tL.. ..f ..
. that there
STRADDLERS WIL lihl HLU?. ull)0h ,,,.,
til Itriitil.llcnti nmlnre Look .tiibr , . .. , ask,,.i
1 their tenor seemed to Indicate i nail acre io-uay woinineii iiiuiiu uu uu , ;,.cej. dlstrlbtlteU Detwcen .-,auu,v)i;u ami
re was a chance that Mme. , palntltiR of Charles Ambolse, Duke i ot . 000 000 a year nmonR his particular
iRht reRalii her husband's affec- ' Chamont. who was (.overnor of Milan .im,j.rl,two inspectors and a minor
In l.ill. 1 , t ,
illil not rjee without nr.ive concern the po-i-
to iinlrninn Meiviiur?. M,.s nrlilv.-ltlali.
Wksiiinoion. July St. Tlie Iti'imbll- "Never," was the reply
All r.f n.n A.s.tnl.K. .IUlrl.1 rooro. 'Call HOWM I'M IOI , OIIRICSS WHO Mll.tllllll. anil I will lt, l' nun.
seemed to be . .. . . . .. ., . .. , ,i. tin,...t.il,..m nml tin. t till 1 Moose Mine. Illoch then drew
selltaiives nail nominaiions to ni.ine nun in- "i - - - - . ,,,,,.rin,i ,ltl,i
when thev were all handed In the com-: tickets may exiieci jnsi as inucu .-, voiver ir.., .
1 have hl.m
;i small re-
i ... i ...I. t i.
II (mi .1 1 I-,, mi,.. t-..lll, .. PI,.. ..., n..l
....t .. I.... .... t.nt l.or-I minnt lit. I Ani.rr. ....... ,..,(..... .......v... ..i .. .-.., .....
Fraucla .losi-iih Slvr- IvIntorKnoBith
Money lo ttrt .llnrrleil.
i.an'as to Rtve Hint country pranlical con- j afraid to pii-s alone the corridors to
trol or eontnl lor national purposes. a bathroom, while their F-nnllsh sisters
1., oihtnlllhti' tlin rnnnrl to tllo Sell- I ''ad II StlO.llf objection tO dolnR till-.
me Mr. l.odce explained that the fom-I This was accounted for by the -ct cmmltteej Jitlt tlnally. Its rcpoit waa committee,
mltn-e on Folelfen Uelallons believed j that American women niudi frrraftiri nlInp,,(, - ! ..T. on
nilivei on iioiiiuiuiiuiir nnu n.-uii ivu ..v- - r - ... m. t .. ,i, i. i.. .),,.;
names from which to make Its selec- committee as those who stand tltmly went wild. The second struck her In the j .,, cMf trrMtch l Tut siv.
tlon. There was dissatisfaction on the for the reKiilnr Uepubllcan nominees, head and she died almost Immediate!. Vienna. July 31.-The newspape
part of some of the Assembly district accordliiH to nmlrman McKlnley of Mme. Illoch cool y replaced tho re prl,u a statement to the elfect that Ki
ileleRates to the llt pret,ented bv the! the Uepubllcan I'oiiRiess camp.ilRn , voiver In her lialidbnr and v.-ent out. ,)t.ror Krancls Joseph has presented
jrayiiiK to the conclTRe as she parsed:
mmlttee will do everytliliiq "I have just Kliieu my rival,
it u , tt ii.ni.,, I t,, i.f.nminin il:i vincl. ', olliclal not in uniform.
It Is on wood. I none did his best to convince the DIs
I trlct Attorney that the total profits of
EMPEROR'S GIFT AIDS CUPID. , the Rraft Rame In the Whole city would
astonish anybody If the tipurcs could
be obtained. Ho Insisted that most of
' the money Pecker raked In came from
above Fourteenth street In Manhattan
1 -s i nlniie and that the cleanup from all tho
nl' 1 boroughs would run Into many millions.
i" i ,n,.. , -ivor,, .-.tiier tiiini nanjeu croons
thnn Pecker, said Tiose.
Convinced that all hope of assistance
l.Ieut. von lilaschke, the military aviator,
Ki.OOU. to enalile him to bo married.
llllttee on roreiRn ivemiionn ururi , - noopieo, in.- ...... ...-.- ... .- - - , ,,.rii- ...... I i.uni nw.- .
this to lie a propitious time for making of the bathroom. They were also T,lt. lnPl.,nl. wnK very spirited one , hi Its power to elect Pn-publlcan noml-' She went to a flower munet niar i.v , Von Plaschke. who holds the nltltude fronl ,,0Hcemen or politicians had nn-
,iim declaration. The resolution went apparently better provided with elab- nm, ,,. enthusiasm with which every! nees," said Chairman McKlnley. "If and handed over the revolver to tlie roCord f is.ooo feet with a passenRer. ' lalK.d, the three whose confessions
u cr for a dav under the rules and will orate drcsslnR rowhs titan tho HnRtl-h u.ntt,m 0f t;,,!. iioosetelt's name was thev cnue out stroimly for the na- tlrst policeman she met. tellltiR mm ( WB bon ,,nKaKt.d for j-m(; time to brotiRht about tho indictment nnd lm
tie considered bv the Senate to-morrow, women. met vv.is of the adulation kind. To .tlonal ticket, well and Rood; nut ll tney , wnai sue u.iu nni.e. .n- r....- . Fraullen von Csaky. who iroes not , prisontnent of l.leui. iiecuer tor mu mi
Is conceded that It will pas. ContinulnR, the doctor said that In HVe, y oni. 0f those who went to the ,,,fer to remain quiet and withhold ao- the polite station, wheie she said possess the dowry of $12.:.00. which Is i told the District Attorney that the lleu-
In the report submitted by Senator the nationalities the follovviim appeared ,m.tlnf; was Riven a bandanna hand-, tvo support trom Tuft and Sherman. "I will explain everything In court. nPt,(.s,nry uml(.r the mllllarv leRulatlons tenant not only drove thetn to the
.nclR" tin- commltteo conceded that no to be tlie order of frequency of jrchief and the h.u Iiir of these from thev are none the less Republicans This woman broke up my home, site has AMcn an,.H .)rl(1( v,m lllasclikt- crime but that he forced Urldglo Web
. idence had been brouRht out tendlnc bathlns: Scotchmen. F.nsllthmen. Irish- ,m , nie. uc ompanl. d by pr..loiiRe,l , ,,, entitled to asslstanie of the com- monopolized my husband for two years competitions, nnd 1 1,or tu a-v fl,r ll' ., ,
move that Japan or any other conn- men. Am-rlcan women. Knsllsh women. (.lt..,rlnR. Rave a plrtutoq.ie turn lom,t,ee. nnd he has been riilnltiR himself for her. n'' ?' ' 1,1 . ..0.rlli,, ' I A few minutes after Rosenthal was
n-uw hntilml tho Mimdnlenn Hav deal. American men. Frenchmen and tier- ,i, nie..tln. limi.,. where the Roosevelt elee-, I do not reRTti wnai I nave none, , ma ,....,i.. -n,n. killed Webber, threatened n mi-isei
the report says: mans. He found no evidence that th state Cluirnun Uolchklss mlled the ,)rs ,. u the same ticket but under is an ait of venReance which has lli-
li iiiipei.rs from tlie cvidenrc that ' comparative Infrequency of bathliiR bv i-onvention to order by IniroJiRiiii! ns-,the deslRnatioti of Republicans, the en-! crated me."
n.p I'oriionitlon.s or ticrsons who claim American men was due to bushfulnes. ,..r s. Straus, fotmer Minister to Tur- ihu,.t. Including the nominees for, Mr. HiidReman was seen at his home
ur claim to have title to the lands sur- i - ;,.y. us the tempoiury chairman. In Ills I c'otiRress. must be considered Re-
.tir.illnc Maedalcna Pay have made ef UNION LEADEBS DISCHARGED. sp.eji Mr. Straus insisted that Presl- ,,tjllcan '
furu to form a syndicate and to promote ,1,,, T.ift's title to the uomlnatlnn at i
sab of these lands upon the liasls iUilrlili(n Carnirn Thrrntrn In t'hlcaKo was disputable. 1 WTT WATTrV TATT T0DAY
. . " - -
SENATE PASSES OVER VETO.
the existence of some national vidue
i e forelRii nation tn MaRdaleiia Pay
ustlnct Ironi any commercial value
a', ah that bay and tlie adjolnln;: torti
rv mlRht possess.
The fact that such an liha has
Rut." he added, "the question Is ll.it
one of rlvai candidates. If tt were the i..i-. nlilnet i
l.iulleii al llie IVri'iiiuii) .
Mrlkr lleenon" of etlnn.
Pi.tLAiimMiiv July .l.-sjovf-ii u.ou- , , ,(, (.MIU.rn u.,f , , wlth ,
sand carmen employed by the Ph lad.l- ' ... .,. ....,. Tlll, 1JUf. i
phla Rapid i ranslt i onipany arethteat TIl(.dore lloosevelt. but The,.-1 w,
enlnR to strike .which would tie up all (Jor(i rprMp1llv anJ effective ,lR. ,
tn the St. Cloud and said that he had
done everything possible to keep his
wife from RelthiR Into trouble, but had
Riven up the task as hopeless.
Mrs. llrldRemau was formerly .Minnie
Rave Hose Jl.uuu in turn" vuin. i".'
said. Rose turned the blood money
over to Sam Schopps. And Schcpp.1
Whleli I handed It to Harry Horowitz and Louis
RoselllierR on tlie fsevcntli avenue amw
1 ..... T. I d
of the Times UUIIUIUR on me i nvsuu,
afternoon after the kllllnR.
Tried Hffnie I" Kl" HofUlhnl.
The three Ramblers revealed also a
storv which had never been hinted al.
Allium IrrtKUlloii I'lnlnm
lrelitelit lleeldnl .AhiiIokI.
Wasiiincton. July 31. The Senate ,
to-day by a vote of -12 to 17 passed I
Pern'.iart of Milwaukee and was about , n bill over President Taft's veto. The,
3S years old. The Rrldsenians were I bill authorized tlie payment of about
mauled In Pails twenty jenrs apo andltv.'OOO in claims itRalnst the Govern-,
,u,ivi!rr,i' .1 ill v :.i - .11, iniii'i s ui nao a son in eiuiii.-i-n, n in. i.- in w. mem. KrowniK oni in uu- iiiiiupiiuih 'i en u:ivs neitne me oiiiiin-i uu ,ni-...e
notllicatlon committee have arrived l Mme. Illoch has three small children at ( 0f abnr and supplies to sub-contrac- wnM nl;lile to kill llerinun Rosenthal
tori on the Corbett tunnel or tne wno- while he sat at dinner wan nis mm
shone IrrlRiitlon project. , m tlie ttarden restaurant, at Seventh
i, t.-i.t tt..en liiM-oilitce.l tie Senator .ii..iin.. i.ml l.'iftlcth street.
Company Al... ........ tl... ..r..,ltt..r Itnln,- 11. tt llw... timl.lllt- It loMt tllell' tlel'Vll
n l.nnn 1.. W1AUII 1.1 .,11.11. ....... ...r. i ..... .......v ....r.
as ucen in, ... , ,i.i.,, Tnfr i,.....,,... ..f Hi.. tlniL'ti with them
iitttmiii.il miisu.v .uimi.iii.i in.-... ......v.... ..... .......... ------
amiouRii . .. inensuro on the recommen- i said he had seen a Rums man following
.... .......... . ..v.... .. .... . - . .......... t tw.f.i v,.Qi.,rii!i v :i t I ernoi in rnpw . . . . . . . .. . . . .. . .. ....!.
oil expression oi 1110 view m in.: ions. While the convention was walthiR ! deleuate at ChlcaRo, all memners in me .- .- datlon of Secretary ITahcr. ; tlieut. mi tney sneaiieo oncn in dciih-i
.n,r K RardltiR this anu oimuar i lie uisma-rui h un- ic.ue.r, iinr ti. .leiihenitlons of ibe commit- . National Committee, chairmen ot tne m n.n it u.as the llrst time President Taft's . and tiild him that llie jod nan iitueii,
lertneil the basis of negotiations between tne soriace aim ei.-v.ne.i u. n in ' . t (( 1,rnc,,jt.J4 held bv a ma-'in WashltiRton and a few went lo the her home in Ncuiliy.
. p.iss.-.ora of title to the land about city, as the result of the dlseharRe by I tM to-day nnd discussed poll-, lhTv,w Yorl
,i.i..ni.n i!..i- nnrl tin. rltlzrnfl. sub- Cettcral MttllDRer Mitten of leaders of ' , I.. i.re.,lent 'i- Secre-' It was said at the Ni w Mirk
."."7.L " ' ' .. '.i Mm.r,btb unions rei.reseitted In the rosier of i ' i"1 ,. ... .. . . . . I . .. , . . t.i. the New York Life Insurance
....... ii... ..,iM, i.v.rifrn no- P h lndc Dh a streot carman bocaUKo thev . ' . . ...... n .1... .1 t..ni tin. nr.nii. that .lames 1.. Uruiwmnn n
:;r. .)a.f,;rd an np includes every Taft their Paris branch for years
a bombshell In the ranks of the enr ' ' u ,.,,, ,!llu llPL,!in,rn,,n nd 1 State Itetmbllcan commlttes, all Repub-
,. , l.,.ll.. i linn ...nr. rnn,ln, Mia 1 ' " ."n - - - . ... . ... 1 .
Mn.wvt kkk, July 31 No trace of
anion taken by the Forelcn men. Fully 2,1100 men crowded me - ,evi.ra w(.eches were made. Ilcan Governors nnd other prominent Mr. HruiRcman or any memuers 01 ner
ll 11 ..ins Committee to-dny Is the result neauquariers 01 uie nvai unions aim, . . . ,..,. ... RonUbllcnns. The President has paid laniuy coum ne lounu uere io-on.
veto lias been overridden by the Senate.
f i.ilalu ncRotlations by n Japanese .openly talked strike. Klrchwev who carried his audience with a tribute lo his home State by InvltlitR 1
.n,.u.alo for acqulrlnR title to 4,000,000 Officers of both the unions declare l.nin " V?" u" ,", , ,e Pni- I the entire Ohio State committee.
. j .. . .1 . ,.r l... nr.H.,n la u nrAl t m I it n ri' 111,-ia In ........ ... ... - - , ., . , . .tt ,,,!...
cen'llioiiirr win uiiii-
room of the White
resident will tie attended
the members of his
HIDES IDENTITY 10 YEARS.
, re of land alonK the west coast of the action Is a preliminary blow i ""oUtv .' .Viov" meat was oil e to free t lie I The notification
i-wrr California, which belongs to . break up the unions hero. It is ' " ,X Tt I" " -''Nt
u"" th,at l,,r tomPan- has, bc rr I ' vv Ich ey w n now subjected I 1 1 House. The Prcsl
-nator 1-odRe took the Initiative In parlnR for an emergency Mrs. Taft and
WHITE STAR WHITEWASHED."
Pecker, ay Rose and Webber,
damned Hit 111 for cowardly rats, nnd
said he would have to do tho Job alone.
The District Attorney has obtulncd
a partial corroboration of ttic confes
sions that trapped Pecker. He tins
found two witnesses who saw Pecker
tialn,; the matter to public attention and that 2,000 strike breakers arc al-
' iitroducliiK a resolution in the
-'r ,k a few months aRo callhiR on
.State Department for a repot t on
. negotiations. When the Information
s forwarded to tho Scnato the mib-
"inmlttee was appointed to consider .
I r.-i,,orl on It. I
f commltti'e was composed of
serial, irs l.fMlRe, Root, Sutherland,
ItiMi.r and Hitchcock, The United
Mans has long retrarded Magdalena
Hi 'is the most advantageous point
n m .. I'aclilc coast for locating a naval
ts'.e The Hub-commltteo found that
'1 irpnratlon had tried to sell the land
iiiuii'lliiR Magdnlcnu Ray to a
'at in, so syndicate for colonization
irpi.e,s anil that It did advance as
' nm of valiio that the possession of
ii ' "ltd confer n decldod militia or
nn- i ti.ifu to the Japanese.
n.iior Nelson of Minnesota ex
iris ni nm opinion when the report
.i" submitted to the Senate to-day
Ku the Foreign Relations Committee
K- to make nubile tho names of tho
Ii ans who wcro Interested In the'
' r, in .ne and had tried to sell the land
11 f,,irRn country.
T countr. ought to know the
ii'.h of Americans who nro so un
r r.,, 1 a " s.-iid Senator Nelson.
1- probable that before the Incl
closed them will be some dls-
ready In tho city.
WHEAT BREAKS EIGHT CENTS.
BEVERIDGE SAYS HE'LL RUN.
Indiana Onll Mnmr Will Nominate
lllm for Unvernor.
Indianapolis, lnd., July 31, Third
party men awaiting their Htate conven
tlon to-morrow were gladdened to-night
by word from Albert J, Rovcrldgo that
he would consent to run for Governor.
This stipulation he made that It must
be the Dull Moose men seeking him nnd
not ho seeking nomination. More than
that, he said, the call must be unani
mous. Party leaders say all doubt as to
Ueverldge'a candidacy Iuih been re
moved. They say ho will appear before
the convention late Thurfdny and will
NEW RULES F0R LIFE SAVING.
Knifllau Hoard of Trade Prnfll by
London-, July 31. New rules govern
ing precautions for life saving on mer
chant vessels have been framed by tho
Hoard of Trade, nccordlng to an an
nouncement made In the House of Com
mons to-day by Sydney Ruxton, presi
dent of the Hoard of Trade. These new
rules are based on tho recommendations
of the committee which Investigated tho
Titanic disaster. The new rules must
be approved by tho Houso of Commons
before they are adopted.
Mr. Huxton said there would be no
time to discuss them or Lord Mersey's
or an nnnrchlst of a mild type than n
renctlnn.irv or a standoatter.
I rri... ..A....l..l.nu n.t, ..!.,! l.i ll... ..t.n
A lit. 1 1-i.iJi . inlie .ll....l... ,i ..- v....
ventlon Included tin; following.
ii 1.1 .. i. ,iu.i 'Cabinet and their wives.
uunuei lli-'.l lit tiuuiu e.i.rn. 1 ..1; .. ,-1, -.. . - ... , 11.
llie conimtiiei: win iiiuiiu n nm
white House In a body headed by
The ileveloitmpnt of our nation demands 1 "Which
.. mu .mrli In tnnl llm n.w tirnliletns nfldent 111
clvilUittlon In a spirit of humanity and tlon a buffet luncheon will bo served
service and to sen to It thnt hereafter tho
I Georgia Merchant l.oM lllinelf llt-
",e eue Hrolhrr Went tn .Inll.
St. hoi-is July 31. After hiding his talking to Row and Webber outside of
t.n.i r.it.t iD.ifr. in Tiil Srs i i.i..m,i... I. n vnnni tn un rfTort to. me
iicli I (.rrmnn I'oininenl
Murray Hill Paths shortly nftcr
IJKiiUN July 31.--Tho .WiMr .VacJi- foIKet that his brother was sent to the' Itosenthal was shot down. Mr. Whit
the British commission which
Government of tho United States shall bo
conducted In the Interests of the whole
people of the United States. We there
fore pledge ourselves to supiiort the Pro
gresslvo party ; nnd we recommend that
to further Its purposea and to fulfil the
great task that our country demand shall
be fulfilled by the Progressive party, the
... , . ,. , ,t ...10 lie minni 1 .... .....r-.v... .....v.. ...... ...... .nurse Hill oiiiid. ),i,,. ..
lati Root. !enator Root t l eii w 11 ln,,slf;ani. , Tltnnlc U.SUf,,r. says . business man of Charlotte, (la., and by the three accomplices,
a brief speech of notllicatlon. lha, ,,, M,.lw.y ad )ils colleaRiies aro ,s wife and daughter. Dorothy. 12 I Perhaps- the most dls
will be responded to l.y tlie 1 resl- 'riu l)v , coceriied with whitewash ' years old. held a family reunion to-day , " wns made yester,
1 a long address. After a recep- i' WUUn Mm HWamrtxip Conmn. , f ct)lef f Detectives Allcnder's otllce ' S'bf'P" offer to surren,
and to this end responsible persons had 1 following Slms's arrest Tuesday, hor
to be acquitted of blame. yenrs he has been working as a rail-
Ithaca. July Sl.-Johu McReynolds. 1 ' (,n ,,.
.a ...1 . ..1 . f.'i..., Ih.l ...
Ill years oiu. mm eri-.iiJi.-i, num .....
delegates elected by this convention shall 1 (jpo, e,. Junior Republic at Frecvllle j .
support the nomination for President of ...... .,n nrrlved In Ithaca this . ., ,
the United States of Theodore Roosevelt, " Ma, trnm tht vZ
who has l,e. and Is the most consistent "-Kctiiooii. He 1 a' "'" , ,!, -, there Is
exponent of piogresslvo prlmiplis,
Itrtolvrtl: We reeomniend that the
I question of giving the ballot tn women be
sunmuieu to tne voters in tne individual
Stntes at the earliest imsslhln moment.
Th! delegates will go tn Chicago on
a special train that will leave the Urana
Central Station to-morrow afternoon.
'"'lei. rimmed Into I'm tile nn t'al
11R11 Hoard nf Trade,
v.' July 31. Five tnlMites be 1 report on the Titanic disaster lit this
r Inning bell tail on the Hoard I Hesslon, nlthough many members nf tho
,.iti t in .iitrltt il.ivs bv frelcht train
1....V .,...-. ... n... -... - v - .
to redeem a promise he had made to
William R. George.
McReynolds said lie and Daddy
George wcto close friends and that the
founder of the Freeville Institution told
him that If ho ever ran away ho would
hnve sixty-live days In which to return,
r'Wifen commenting on the report of , penitentiary for embezzlement ciydo 1 man nn rounu inner witnesses wnou
has been Mnrsellas Sims. A2 years old. a former '' '""-' " l"'ia " l"K siones nnu
yesterday was Sam
surrender to tho Dis
trict Attorney and to tell tho truth
about the murder. Mr. Whitman ex
pects Schcpps this nfternnon. He mads
no bargain with Schepps's lawyer. H
sold merely that ho was buying nothing
in advance and that Schcpps would
have to take his chances with the rest
If Schepps's story rings true nnd la
of material advantage Mr. Whitman will
do what lie cun for him. Tho value of
Schcpps will he In corroborating tha
accusations against l.Ieut. Pecker.
Snlllian IlrmiKhl Into .Murder I'lol.
The long Interview thnt Mr. Whitman
BEATS WAY TO Ki.hr rKUflllSi.. if the result of the inquiry had' road laborer.
corresponded to the actual state of j Slms's urrcst followed the filing of a
Cror.e .funlnr Hoy Trniels From affairs the White Star Company would suit by Mrs. Sims to collect $5,000 life.
...... 1... i reitti 111 riclit nam. I have been answerable tor all the loss Insurance carried by Sims. The Insur
(nasi li JrrlKliI III I.IBIII un. ,,mi. n,,,. I ,,,.. not bplnir sntlstie.l Sims
I IMIIM 1 1 If-. IIUIII itl- iiiiuriiviriili
The once company, not being satisfied Sims
was dead, contested the suit and began
After nil It was mostly Americans 11 search for him.
the sons of proud Albion who 1
their lives nnd property, nnd hence' PATIENT'S HEART SEWED UP.
no liecn ot setnitnenia,uty. 1
REV. DR. BYRT DEAD IN LAKE.
senreliem I'lml lln,l of I'anlnr M lo
in ii Nlnee Sunday,
rhjitclana Haw Three llllis tn llrneti
PiitUDEMiiiA, July 31. With nine
longitudinal sutures in Ills heart. John , luu, Wti, Uo!,Cl w'ebbcr und Vallon In
Thompson lies in the Pennsylvania Hos ,,, Wl,K, sl.i -.,.. nriu..,, introduced
Pi'.i:iiSKit.i.. N. V.. July 31. A seatcli-, Pnl nna ule T,rKt m,v' ';, r r, il; signltlcnntly the name of Juck Sullivan,
lug pariv discovered to-night the body to, 1,0"PVO ; will recover from stab ,,. 0X.ncWsboy. who Is one ot those
of the Rev. Arthur W. Itvrt of Rrooklvn wounds he received last night.. ,J0W ,,,,, for nuir,er. m,.. whitman
Georco would take tho punishment if Nuhmerued In a cove In hake Oscawana. It was necessarj, to , saw nvvn three t.arned that Sullivan had been going
McReynolds was absent when the time u,, vvaH a victim of nervous depression'" lrtR rlus ,n rt,Im,r "e injuries to the abul muown and down telling gum
limit expired. and hud been missing for threcdays. . licrt. biers nnd policemen that the District
The boy Mild he decided to hurry back .nll. Sunday evening lm went for a Attorney "was In on the graft." Tho
to it,., itmiiiiille before Snturdav so tliat niti. nu mniiwii-.ln.hivv. iviii. MAY OP ACCUSES 3LF.ASK informers still further involved Sullivan
gales at largo will be Osuir S, Straus ! n,i.ii. ivnnid not bo sentenced to the ' i i... ,n,ri ids u-ife hnvn ben Ktnvlin? . tit the new details they furnished its to
and Henry U. Stoddard of this city, , Republic Jail In Ills place. at the Francis G. I .add cottage. The M, (joeri.or Admllted Thnt Hull. ! nrrungeinentH for killing Rosenthal.
Cliauncey Hnmlln of ItutTalo und Virgil minister dlsanneared. Search was bciriin . ... . .. Mr. Whitman went to the West Sld.
P. Kellogg of Watertown. urireTVTOSPAPTR .1,.. v,.,i. ,,iih nml tin. liovs of th..: r"na iaiKn. .. . u , hat duwl for onic
, V. m, c. ,. camp were enlisted. The Comjmhia S. C, July 31. Mayor John chat with tho three prisoners for th
. ... . i. I'.l.n .-l..ut n.t fiin.lnrll. llm I .....un .r.illln. tltnr.l ,11't
Kali of Cliesler" MnUen riiarlly I. llie was ilraKgeU wr.notii success nnu : vimie . im..y i.u iiviuni ii" 7, i ,
lllllg party continued their llliy Oi nov. mease, inn "ii" oio ninm-u i ueuce unoui me iiiiiiuii mil. -
The train will pick up delegates from He snld there was an agreement that Mr,
oiner counties aiong me route and at
Puffalo n halt will be made to hold a
State convention, at which the delegates
at larRo will be chosen, According to
the present programme the four dele
CHICAGO GETTING READY.
Neimtor ItUun Xlnrl Thing for
Hrtuet on Mepnrl lire.
work until Io-uIrIiI,
with hhn since the graft nllegal Ions consummation. Most of the questions
.... .. - seaninn, nun. 'unit ........ . - - - r. iieil
il.iy.lulywhe.it .iroke eight House were nnxious for a debate on of party leaders to the Progressive con
.Vmni ruble l)f.ii.,,i-l. in Tut lirs ,,,mi , '., wn(( Up l.r. ! w,.r,. made, charged to-day that Please j m put to Hose. Vallon anil Webber
'!'"': J.U,y,r.V., )L"t .i!!!'.','. u'u'.l iespon.ll.ig secretary of the nrooklyn'adnilttetl soon after In; was nominated ncert.ed their nmferenccs w 'J;';
' '"eak caino so suddenly and I t,e subject. Tho rules, he continued,
i' Kpected that tho traders I .i,i i, nnnminced durlnir the Parlla-
1 ' ' wre plunged Into i. panic. mpritnry recess, and would come up
. .h is who wno long on July ,,efor(, u, 0UHe of common. Mriy
-""'r ' waited unt I flvo minutes of u rpf,ei to w nny
I. ,..,..! II,..,, n.l, u...l ,,iHlii,i
, ...... -,,,v.. .
I .it ?2 cents.
, ''" ' MI-AIC NI'IIINI) WATER.
nrWTT'N Pl'BE CRAPK .11' HX
TurlAoi tho blnod A rtrllclnu. rrvrrr
T PKW KV A SONS CO.. IM Kulton St., . V.
i. in .i.t.i .lull' 31. The lliK'.itifd ..itiif.l .
" "' Church Socli tv of the Methodist denom- two yeaM ago nun nis caiiipaiRii was iieclter. uie uimni-, ..i,......, --
n spenillng a month or more here In 1 c , was In ills for v-sKtl ve r financed by the Southern Railway and ' to get all or the minder evidence pes
work of nciiil r ng the correct "lllu""' 1 '. ' '? r' .' '' ' -..n.,., ,.u,. i n, ..no.. i,..r..f,. uolin- Into the Involved
., ..,. ihMng to railing lieniin nr. Iiyrt hail to,iu ' emu- i. , o.- -
' arient. , . . enitmnlun exiienses of McDu lie llaiilli- matter of police giafl.
tefore leaving he gave l.uini wanes , , , ,., in,,, (,.,. Wild,, llnmn. lln f.itind t ie tlliec vei cineuni iiuu
the Paris Student. Association and ' no secrncry: n.p or me c u urn, -," " , ,,. e,V for member ,f In, to talk. Pose funds nost
Mt ivitltnlun ivjs
ventlon, which will hold lis first session ' h,,,
next Monday, began arriving In Chicago j.rr ,.
to-day. With tiu coming or Senator
Dixon nctlvltles around headquarters In
tho Congress Hotel took on new life.
AccorilliiK to tho Kenatitr, Coi, Roosevelt
will arrive In the city next Monday.
Klther Chicago, New York or Wash
ington will be selected as the headquar
ters from which tn run the campaign
after the con1 rnilon
4,000 francs to the fund for dlstrersed
women for distribution n,v
the Prefect of Police
M l.enlne engaged in ;.. I'tsrlliR fuitrU for th- e. i tr.r Ji.'.uri'ii" ' 1 '-i . ....oiircntly far tiach
' 1 ' " ' tension of the Methodist Home for the' flnv. 1oh.. said ho would answer surprise, , t 1 1 c lVrJ,,1,,f lW'
Aged, lie held many psstoratcs , Grace's charge on the stun.P ,w.int" ZZ!'i loss for
Ili-.,l,l.,,i itii.l M.ittlirilli.t, uii.l hint ltnnn.l 1 " . . t .1..
ef the Information.
nrr. i.ii than uivnKAnr
i'rv n hull, i mooiiiyu nun .lauuaiian nnu nan unpen
.. . ..... nn .. ... I limns
... - ..il..l . rta.n. .n .l....r..U llllll 11111111 lit...
Xn'lnhe Ncwnv!,rKs OCnw"" " Z MnU' Uccaslonally U. got tut a s-piabbl