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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair to-day and to-morrow; moderate tem
perature; light west and northwest winds.
Detailed weather reports will be found on page 13.
01,. LXX1X. NO. 338.
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1912. Copyright, 1112, by Me Sun Printing and PubliiMno Atiociatlon.
..i huinTssive. Party Must Ue
in 1 1 ti nils of White
SOUTH KltX SLACKS 0. Iv.
i nlniit'l Says (J. 0. P. Toadied
in Colored Knee in South
i ii. ov-U sent tn Julian tlurrlii
t Atlanta, Oa yesterday tin open let
.. invj negroes must not control
. National Progressive party In tho
, 1. 1 it. Hp frankly entrusts the move
ai nt to thy "beet wliitu men of the
IIi attributes tho recent pllt 111
, Republican party to conditions
i.villlng (torn nemo domination of tho
IM' ty lu the Southern States, He says It
would be "criminal" for th" Progressive
i ty t.i try to bullil Itself up In those
' tiM by an appeal to the negro voters,
mil. mmm. .... , va,,
lu' mi.-: lias niadc the Republican J
pjtty "worse than Impotent."
' All that could post-Idly result from j
neb action.'' sas the Colonel, "would
be to ei. nte another little corrupt fac- ,
i n nf wiiiibl-lie ntllcebohlers. of dele
i:ii.s ul.ns,. ..vn..nsrs to eonvonllona i t
.nt to be paid and whose votes some-
- ...... ... ....
He believes tile negro will ge; juruce '
f.i ntu.illy from the Progressive lcadeH.
out ays Justice Is Impossible "If we are
to continue and perpetuate present
lie points out that negro ilnleaates
in Northern States will attend the.
nam, convention, and suya that In 1
. -e States the Progressive party Is
ndeavining to net with fuller recognl- (
i .ii of the lights of the colored man
an hit the llcpuniican pariy mo.
Il.it h-says the Progressive Issue must
main moral, pot racial, and Its meth- ,
mu " adapted to the needs oi inn
. end States.
(..I. ItiiuxM elt's I. filer.
T'k letter In full follows-
Sn.utoi'.K Illl.t., iiu'iii l. li'l:'
Hi. .i.'i.nt Horn), I' ni It lid im .WufjUToir, I
. ,1., . In I l.i '
or c n'er-Z I write uTr.
d ere N a' :.m niL M.is ll VritiuJ It to 1
ih M.n of tlm iiii.ii wli..- oil; iimd all'
lv lii .iL Mi, llAi'iiis In nur-nanee of
merie.iiis In- debtor. Your father im-.
essed genius and imircmer he posM'M.eil
that gentleness of soul. Unit broad mid
tender sytnp.ithy with his fellows, ror "ie '
,i'K oi which genius .aiin.u iiuun-. n.s
,.. i . . , i,i ... h. in.- 1,1. fidlow
' 'e .nut Ids wor,. t-niji-d to ining 1,1- itnow
Sort'. .! S.,,1.1.. Int., ever ,
I niv letter- . -,i in: wit'i in-' .'ine..
o Id'h you spo!.-.. to in- luie I n s-nt
..... ... , ti
n.' win in mo i..i ...)-.
r. o.. ..,.-.1,.. , l.l...,. ...U'..,
'n'-iilly iiimji )oitl'm. Tin- i
I.iiiiiiI Mlvtlil" In I he Preiimlile.
- .. .ul re we . aiiiuit ..'rin.lli',ntly sue- i
nn . t.i 1 1 1 h ii i li:nl of livittlliif each'
.... tit- woitlw.s.iiiinn e.ni ftiltll our '
-inn .'iipxng Hie leiilons of the
. .i'i do lisiiii't '."'.ml lo o'irele
,i.' "u.nklii.l. only if we n a t tli.il .
- " I
.1 -' uiiioief us. o long us lie is-I
. i -ir...a:,t .in.) ileeent fa-ldoii. has
.i.t. ed to luin under the law hi right
,fi-. I. ieity. to iiioiei uoa from in-1
i.e. I,, ruin to .'ii.ioy Hi" fruits of hi
lion, ' l.ihor nnd his tirfht to the pur- '
,i l, . ,iui, s, in in- own way. -n long j
' (','-' o nli- Vale molt i. N "Ul men
nf I, ti oiu' men now i i or u io
. . In.s r our fellow ii i.mi.
l or u to
i,.. n.li.iloiife. of vimkI w ill and under- ....... ine uuueveio hsi siaie oi me cniniiry, ine ,
,:.r,.1'',.0,,,:...,I,.'. k and on. nnd produce v s-ibs of .,,.,.,' nln...n. , .i. -,i.-., DiumiKHoi.T. Conn..
V " . .. : i... . ,.i., , ,f it,.,.,,..- d'Ks of peifectly gru.lualed siz-s. Th- ..... ,.. at th- wheel of a
..,lor-'l-e.lo-...,.dtl.elteM..r.!,eVorld- llrnt dog. for eMii.iple -rows a luU,. the ta,k of compelling tlio DritWi 'nt" Vrti1 l,"r
. .. .1 ...d mosi Llndh iiitere.l hi the and a half long and th. s end two ' , .ferry .1. Warren.
. nr.. of i he negro , dogs long. It Is like n fairy .-tot . i ..v """ . West. 1'la.. Ju-t
1 1 " 1 1 ii. mi. in , " ' .. , "1 may ills,, mention tne moo. .in dis. , iias resuus, ,., . .-u.ie weparwueni, ti. st. Denis when the romantic trip'1"" was announced, ue was, , ul),,nl,,,.. .... ... ' " "
.. s..t tl,-,. ...gMi rrom ,I,,'',"l,,,c..vei- that the mysterious org..'!, the inasmuch a- the Governments of the was proposed. Murphy formerly resided taken Uick to his home in .Vewnan last B," 0 "f i In-lil
iTi' n 1 v 1 e by 'Ttl- l'aucreas, is Identin-d with the ennver-1 United States ;uiil Gie.-it Hritaiu nre work- here and knows the ropes. He recom- night and there heard of the verdict this . "l si Man- X iZnellv -U tn
a." 'iTt I .he that e 1 ' '".' "I '' I i baunony in an effort to I,, ing nlout , mended the con to the marrying .It... afternoon. Znl ut lr chn'mnlon J her n. se
,i .1- i ' ag-e i.ieitn-rpK 'a' Removing Hie piinrri iis whollv or In I muyo district They promptly niotorcil here, lloyh, declared. "She's as guilty as hell and she i Donnelly nt a nleetlng held on the
' ' ,
r- or so'lal Matim, without
. ra 10 wnomrr i.ie, . n- .,. .
r i m'ii. Hum w ho wor w ith their Iniuils
1 1.11 wo', w-ork wlih their brains, so they
I .ipplled among all men without
-, r. to tie color of their skins,
. ' are the principles to wldrh I think
.1 'rnieii should ndheie, tlio objects
I "dnk they should have steadily
I T'leie Is need not merely of all
: 1 . irpo hut of nil our wisdom
' '-1'ienie 111 striving to reallve them,
all it i. o,i."iitlal thnt wc should not
1 - 1. Ii a way a lo nnlie believe Hint
" ,) ulii.ning theoi olu'ects and yet
. Hon- Indefinite!'- postpone th"
11 wdl become even liieilMliably
- ' nli. me them, l or llii reason
' ,.l i t either ol tlm two dliiinetrl
"I'lio-ne stiggiMt ions miiile to 11111 in
i. vrs i.f whleli I lme spoken
e ilim the ProginsslvM moveiaeiit
iiuli, 111,111 II,,, l,i...nnlii',' nno
1 e.t of eery honest, industrioin,
1 1 . coloi 'd uiaii, Jiinl a it is in
n-1 ni en-rv honest, IndiHtrious,
1 . wli 10 111,111 I further believe
re.i u r tn render the movement
'e to help either the whito man or
" "'I itmn In those legions of tho
v r. 1 In. i olored man It most 1111-
" .Id be 10 trv to repeat the course
Hen followed by the Itepiihlicatl
hi -e ili-tili u for so ninny years
.wir in tho states in question
1 'i Piiiarelve paily by tho
I wlih Ii in lliose Slates have
111 .king tliu Itepiilillcan party
"I'I I'm ll. s I,lel on Knee llnlreil.l
' I lleedier Olll e silld that the
I the rolored man wis 1 1,"
rii.l tu, i.iuiili.. i.i ui... ii il,,.
I men who Inn., lo le a
i- the -.until the Deiuoi rati. ,
"- ""red "f the wh,
s u .h.,itei.hll.-,inm,.d,io
'"' ""' ''sell lit siiriinu
,,w,-t ine whin, and
. .. ...i,,.. when wn should
,,.,! fnnilh I'.mr
'i ",i inuiui layr,
onl wrong to others but hurtful to Jer.., nn .sear...,,..- 1...1... ......
for In Hi" I ng 1 'in sued nelion I The front part of the motor was badly
iioradetrinierifil to ilei oppressed than ; damaged, but the women were not In--1.
who think thin th-v teni,uraril- Jured. Smith escaped with bruises of
' iv the oppression .Mirely no mini the back.
rrl with thev iirwiciples. i:actly . approached the curve leading
. should b appli-d among white men 1 tfl ,lf, raHrojl he heard the electric
. ri-ir.inl to tliilr dlfturences of creetl, 1 . v.
AUTO THIEVES TRY TO ROB.
Ilrttrr With Lead pipe Smnsbca
Window of Jrnelry More.
Tho rapidity with which n crowd
gathered on Kual IIoiihIoii street n llttlo
after r o'clock yesterday afternoon ut
the sound of breaking glass frustrated
an attempt to rob tho window display
of a Jeweller' nhop.
i no jewelry shop is at i;n Fast Houston
street llflfl tu IIU'IUmI ! Al, rutin.. t Uoul.nu
A few minutes aftr-r 5 o'clock yesterday
nf ternoon a rint touring car with threo men
in It drove tip to tho curb in front of the.
Jewelry shop and stopped.
The occupants of the automobile seemed
to have bided their tlmo und to havo
driven up to tho jewelry chop Just at the
i instant that one group of pedestrians had
lulled and before tho next group hail
.vs soon us no iiwwuroughl his machine
to u standstill the driver jumped out und
mil tnwnnl tint tliit. ll. nn U.I
ran toward tho shop. Hn carried 11 short
section of lead pipe in his hand. With thin
lie smashed in the plat'e glass window,
behind which was a display of diamonds
I Thft fe.hnlltl.irr nttil .lri4t.,r ,t .ltn rrt,i.l
caused the man with the lead plk in
his hand to look about him. If his plan
had been to reach in and grab u few hniul
fuls of the articles insldo this hesitation
cost him the loot. He htood irresolute 1
for a second, while the riinnini crowd I
got closer. Then lie tlodged back to '
his nlltmnnml,.. thrnu th, titrvn nf ti.iwl I
,, j, juIHH j aftor lt nm, ,JroV(.
Policeman Kelly of the Fifth street
station, who was on post near by, hoard
th cra-h or glass and the shouts of the
crowd and ro to the store in timotosee
mo red macnine just lar enougn away
count its is-'cupants easily, but too
nu ua - io iti.iu umi m ew ii.u uceiisn
NEW WONDERS IN SURGERY.
Or. Murphy Tell llnw Weak re
CiiiCMin, Aug. 2. Dr. .Inhn H. Mur-
, Phv of Chicago, famous surgeon, In u
cnlilvKium from Paris to-d.iy predhts
a r,.murkable future for surgery. He
n cure for diabetes, the prevention
( rheumatism, conversion of weakly
persom. into strong neings, ine loaning
of dwaifs Into giants, und prevention
of many diseases.
ur. .Murpn s aueuuon v..is uumi m
the case of nil F.llgllsll boy Who desired
.. ...... - .
to ,nter a military school bat lacked,
necessary height. prrVt'tim
ministered to hlin the thyroid secretion
of a sheep and the boy grew two Inches
i in two months.
It is not an unusual case." declared
We are learning much i
about the four mysterious glands which
i eulate the bisly's growth.
"The thyroid gland regi.lates the
J'r - .'iurpii
growth of the long bones. When llies..
nre overstlmulnted In jouth lt causes ,
(tlunts: an Insufficient secretion causes I
dwarf.' - . i ,
call f'"d dogs an ine inyroni
"". ,.m r,.,',l ik.lim an ine i lviniii ,
. . . . ...
. .. I.. i-iiiln- on one dog th" .
", " ,h. ..n..ilier th.. second month
-.Minuu'r mini', is in.- r.,-vi.u.-..
t.-.ry body, which regulates th- growth
... ...... i .... i... i
oi i ne in..-.-. .... ,
. ... ..i., ..r ,!,.. t..... u
i-.-iiiM-s .. ... (i,ii.-,i.t,H ... . j......
AUTO REBOUNDS FROM TRAIN,
Clianfrenr, lniinent re
l,br m rr u.
P.M.,.:UM..A. Aug. " , Fiedeilck
. . ... . .. . c... I
. ......... ... .
mens, an undertaker of t nmdeu. saved .
himself nun niree women oceupaiiis oi u
smith, chauffeur for rlthiau A. Sim- i
rnons, nn undertaker of Camden, savril
himself and three wome noccupants of a '
motor car from being killed or seriously :
ln'"r,Ml ywturdny when the automobile !
t . . .....I tl..M I
mx ,KjUr r,,ni7.,., he could
, , , , ,
, . ' , , , ,
cldeiit and thnt ho could not cross In
front of the train. Ho kept straight
ahead nt full speed, depending upon the
strength of tho automobile tn save the
Ills Judgment was good, for ns tho
car .-truck the train It rebounded. The
crash broke the steps of the car on the
train, but did not throw the women
from the nutomoblle.
Van T. R.I WIRES McCORMICK.
I'nele Jne's lteil- Whorl circuit nil
Dlaturh the Service.
Washington-. Aug. 1'.- Illinois liepuh-1
licans are wrought up over telegrams
received by them from Medill McCor-
mick. one of tho leaders of the !ui
Moose party. Mr. McCormlck wired the
Illinois members osklng them to notify
liltFi tit imin tl.ntlii.r t In t tntrtnilixl in.
"'".- .""V.: -
Huppori i-resiueni laii or 1.01. iiuosn
volt. It was reported to-night on good au
thority that Uncle Joe Cannon's reply
lo Mr. McCnrmlck's question short cir
cuited and otherwise disturbed wire con
dltlons between Washington and Chi
cago. neprcKentatlvo llodunberg wired
Mr. McCormlck he was "Impertinent."
' CONFIRM ELECTION OF FORRAS.
1'rrfel.leiit of I'aliuinit Tikpi fir.
,snr,,ii Cable ItetiHitrh In Tim Six
Pavama, Aug. 2.- Tho Piesldentlnl ,
i-lectoM of the various prn Inces of
Panama .net lay and vol.d for tho
hc.lon of Dr. nellsarlolM, rasas Pres.
d,.t of tho republic, thus conilrmlng
Hie popular into or last July.
T. ,.,.,.ttoii of Dr. Poinis I unanl-
mnllMi H .miy opponent, Pi dm Dhu
w h, )f ,w n.rori. tn. e eel on. T ie new
, ., .. ... ,. ..,,,1 . ,
Prcb de.it will lake nlllce uclober 1,
withdrew before the election. The new
. . . .i"'" 11 ...
s,u,h Olnasboro crossing of the West ,.,., a,on-Cnth' Creek and then threw
PEONAGE STILL EXISTS IN
First Report From American
Investigation in Wilds
PART OF ItltlTtSlI SYSTEM
Consul Fuller Confirms Asser
tion of I )i Him I tics in Ad
aniiixoto.v. Aim. 2. That a abort
!yRtcm amounting to peonage now pre-1
I ' I
vails in the rubber districts of the Peru-
vian Amavon U the substance of a report
received at the State Department to-day
from Stewart Fuller, United States Consul J
at Iqultos, Peru. Mr. Fuller was appointed
for the purpose of making nn investlga-
tion into the conditions of the Putumayo ,
district, following the disclosures in regard j
atrocities committed against
ly agents of a llrltMi rubber
The reort received from Mr Fuller j Keen made was rendered most bazar-1
to-day is preliminary to a more complete, dons by avalanches which enme tearing '
-statement or conditions in the Peruvian : lown 1,10 mountain and which carried
rubber di-.rlcs which will fnta , Hpom, '
trip of Investigation through the valley I thp renmnd,Mw,f the su.nmer climbing 1
of the Putumayo this month. Hie doeti- t.r ,s, mmmians nIU travelling I
ment is not to be made public at the1,,,.,,.. d.,,i7.,.rniw tn'sseo ' '
Stale DeiMirtment, however, as In ac- I
i corii.iiice wiin ine mci an resolution i
tn.toni.l l.v il... II.... ,.f Rn.,r...i.i!iiive4
yesterday it must be sent by Secretary J
Knox to that body It is expected that the ;
Fuller reixirt wltli th" revirt of Sir Ulster ,
t'aeintit. the UritMi Coii'ill-tSeneral
whoe investigations disclo-ed the nature
of "is-ratiims of tho Uriti-h rubber
"" 1,1 ,I1H 1 muninyo m-inci, win k" '
the House in a few days.
This preliminary resirt of Consul
Fuller makes it clear beyond doubt that ,
the Indians of the rubber disti lets have
ieen made the victims of a svslem ot en-
forced lalir which is similar "in its opera
tion to systems lound in other Utm
.Ainericaii couniri.'. ine oeonnire svs-
.tnericali cotintrie'. The peonage sys-
, , , .... ..... .,.,.
mim, . "'; 1(lM
I'utumayo region and under it the Indians
have been subject.! to almost unlimited j
As to ll.o KVteiit of alroi ili.'S. ,
sncn as loriiue nnu miuiiaiion aim iniicn-
ery i tne inuiniis ny tlie ngems oi me
rilbls-r eo,,ny. Cum,! Fuller is leaving .
h s dUeu.sion of ihos.. phases of the sltua-,
tion until he has made his further in vesti-1
g.ition on the ground.
It is pointel out by Mr. Fuller ll'at the
dlflluulties in the wnv of the administra-
tion of jiislitv in tho P
' " ..n
,r ..... f i :...i ..r t
' of the region from the capital of Peru,
V :." ' " . ' ,"
" reawueni oi i ne e ni- m-
halls on., of the create-t. dirt.eu tv
, . , , ... i,-. .V. '
lt is ,xtiw w that the lliiti-h Govern. ,
- -- - - ;
1 fl.t.nr M'HI I,., nills,.,t .il ul.i.t Mr I. iill.tr
DECIDE NURSE WAS SUICIDE.
I'uiiUlll iiiln.rlil... Certain IU ,
sno.lKriix Wu on Mraiurr.
(ATSKiti. N' Y Aug ' District
Attorney 'wilbur inves'tiga.ed the story
.-...v . .... ...... .......
Sinslgrass and Miss D.inby had been been
iwo wccks ago anu louuu uiey wora tin- 1
doiibtislly from the yacht irgmiuii.
Mr. Itoouey's report of the autopsy
KjVes the cause of death as drowning.
jt is believed Miss Snodgrass reaclns!
jjere on the steamer Clermont the morning I
aner ner iiimiph.,.i.juc,.. nuis.-u upuio
herself into the creek, Therefore the in
vestigation will be closed,
Mot-NT 'i:knon, X. Y Aug. :'.-While
the police of Mount Vernon and .Vow York
city wero searching for Miss Amoliu
Dauby, 1(1 years old, who disappeared on
July 13, she was seen by one nf her friends
this afternoon in tho trolley waiting
room at Bedford Park, The girl begged
her to go home, but she only shook her
head and cried.
Miss D.mby was a friend of Miss Snod
Vutlt.nr Mis H.inhv's Hirer,! nnr
U.mt. George Atwel , who has charge of dHy m, r,loy(1 Mortimer Howell, u New
tho search, would divulge the name ofly0rk lawyer, and Miss Margaret Da-1
the girl who s iw Miss Danby. ' throp Goodwin, daughter of Svrtenv i.
Mr. Danby hurried to Bedford Park
and sent home word that she had been
seen by several persons in llronx Park
' ,.n.l It, tltulfnnl Pi.rlt florlno. 1im Hi.v
arsl in Bedford Park during the day.
I l.leut. Silversteiu of tlie Mount Veinon
I police received a telephone message
from 11 detective bureau in Xew York
,,",t t'grnm had been remv,vl fro.ii a
'un in St. Dot is Mo. declaring thai a
woman answering the description of Miss
Suodgrass was stopping with a w.imun or
.the name -of "I'lw. ''X hl-'"Wj'1- . ...
1 u?!f?' i,,m ,'.r, 1 r r1 n", l' l..of M'?"
. ' '
INDICTED FOR SELIGMAN DEATH.
t'hautTfiir lo He Tried for Man.
laughter In Teat I'a.r.
Aii indictment for manslaughter in
the second degree handed up yesterday
against George Xolmck, who drove the
automobile responsible for I lie death of
Alfred U. Sollgman on June 2t lust, murl.M
tlie begiimiug of what District Attorney
Whitman plans to make a crusade against
careless automobile drivers, Tho out-
oiiuvif the caso ugalnst him will be in
llii'iiaiiuo m u w.
.Vibm'K , wns chauffeur for Ilussell W.
!?' ,'U.l; tV.VSV.'h I"! -i!ict urV,I..HraVr Mi'.!1 '
XX im UMil
g. nee and n violation ot the uiles of the
I'linnrKAl III. hriUchr. In.
i" i nt i mi.-,, rrmuciif. In.
niril.i, urn nusnrsi sin tnimliril .1 i-rn ou, lbs
pa .,,,! , .ti.l l'h..,iuie 1 mi, '
MISS KEEN ENDS HARD TRIP.
t'rntara ftkelal Pa, Alaaka
In llaaardoa Jnarney.
Special Cable Despatch to Tne Sex.
Dawson Citv, Alaska, Aug. 2. AIlss
Dorn Keen, the Philadelphia society
woman and mountain climber, reached
Dawson to-ilay after one of tho most
difficult Journeys ever Attempted by a
She has crossed Skclnl Pass afoot, has
negotiated the famous White Pass ami 1
the Russell Kinder and has covered j
thousands of miles of wlldernesB never
before seen by a white woman and sel
dom by n white man.
The trip fotlowed the uocent of Mount
lllackhurn, the peak of which Miss
Keen Healed during May of this year
after the climb hnd been declared im
possible by old mountaineers.
Ml i)ni k'n i. n iimiiiii f nr
W. W. Keen, tho noted Philadelphia
... ... 4
ttcon. She Is an experienced moun-1
' liSt,"Z in A.a7kT foJi
uer utteinots Slie determined n venr
ago to climb Mount Blackburn. During J
the summer of 1911 she made an unsuc
cessful effort to climb the mountain and
I IVflU fiirrrwl in lir.uttmMr, tin. VA.intiil ill.
tomlll tm.i nst .spring. In May she I crime on this poor, unfortiinato woman."
lliully got to the peak, which Is l,nOO'At 1:40 o'clock the jury returned its ver-
feet above sen leel and which had I
nrv,'r I,cc" onciuercd until John If r-
rett. a ni ne sillier ntrni ent. irot to Its 1
,.0,, ... Tnn u...,h M!:4S
wtt CDK'Q VWWB afrauvuTirrt
WA"-U 3 AUXbU. OUarhHViUU.
" 'Grace soon left the court room and went
w 'le onvl. t's lioril llerr,jto tllw 0mi f licr attorneys. There
Wlel.enhnm torn, SUe received a telegKKii from her sister
W.tsiitvcTo.v. Auir. Cu.iiil Shea, in Philadelphia to the effect that Mrs.
who escorted 'hrlstopher Columbus
Wilson, the wireless convict, on his
receni sojourn in .-sew vorK city, lias
been suspended from duty at the At-
lanta prison by Attorney-General Wick-
crsham pending the outcome of the In-
Vesllgatlon Into his conduct.
me .uorncy-Uenenil Holds that
Shea's conduct as Wilson's guard was
grosly Improper. There was nothing
to Indicate thai iiiuIhh Inline u-o wns
used, but rather thai Wilson nrte.l 111.-,. I
a "good fellow- to Shea and proved a .
n,,r.i ...,.o ,,..... ,
liberal spender while having a good
Jl,np "round town, always accompanied .
J " guard.
,' Z Vi- . , V
,. 'b,,"' ffi"l7
....... ni.tv.,, ,,v ,io ,t-v.i IlllCb.ru .11 i
General. If this
will doubtless follow.
NEW YORK GIRL WEDS.
r. ini.rn nurr ni r.lKH l.l ine lleiene
Allg. -. lipid Was
limousine that rolled
now of the Hotel St.
jj.'his, ,nv ion., una .miss iiiero.1
1r, st.(1 t)f 32J (.ntru, ,.urk UVst.
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11 " peronaii.v conuucieu lour
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uuuci in., uir.'cuoii o. j. .iici.eoo .uiu-i
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pii . ue ami me couple were dining at
no license. They must get one. he said.'
-uii.tiii l in in v i ill in I if fit iiwu imiiv rt'i.i i
fro,., the town cleric. Joseph I. Flint. .
Dut Flint wasn't home. Mrs. Flint said
ber husband was exntted ruler of the'
"r,",,",ort ''"" ' on" was pre-
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nuppene.l to be n brother Klk.
)Jf.o, Kill," he santf over the phone
(,, .'arllehl Into the ear of the ex-ilted
ruler, tlve miles nway. He quickly ar
ranged with Flint, sent the car Into '
Bridgeport for him and Flint was,"""' ,""r,' H0C"'ty with un
whisked back to Fuirfleld. The license ' r,abor", lftwn ,:uty at Ii1h I'rlde'a ,
was quickly issued and Doyle tied the I
It was a few minutes after mldnfeht
when Mr. and Mrs. Warren and General
Director Murphy set off for the return
trip to New York.
At the St. Denis ll was said that na
.1. .1. Warren hnd stopped there for two
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1.. nuwud, WX.US AMIUAD.
r vnrw i.w.r. m..-i .
.New Wrk Lawyer Marrle. Ml..
C.nnilwln la London.
Spnlal Cable Pe$pattli ta The Sc.v.
...IVISlS A, Itr I. i.'n . lA..n...l .
Goodwin nnd n sister-in-law of the late
Daniel l) Doy. were married lat
ThedT7i' !"va,rIut CIV,rC;,,' 1Muead,'!y'
The ceiemony was private, only tlm
w.C!.?8.,."'y. ?' "T Pfnt.
.... WC.....I1K llie conpie naa luncil-
eon lu the Princess Restaurant with u
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few friviulH ami then Htartod for Pur h
m P m"u"lf . , Irelurns lo San Francisco is reported
.,.M. i'n ! , on'yurrlyt',,1,,er,;,Mo!ld,fty I around the McNamara home in San
evening on the AInuretanla. Ills bride jjuteo
MmlMl.UV,nKln"Ulf,Mo?nstr'T,,UC'1 M'H.' Mc.Vumara's attorney, T. J.
l LTr?U'wX:iy r'MN IH"r to affirm or
-w' .." nv, r..i- i.un iirrii II.
ffid,?.,te n,ar,y, Mnttii
. nut hip in ruiuiiy
Lloyd Mortimer Howell has his law
olllces at 1 tr. Hroudwuy and makes his
home In the Century Bachelor Apart
ments at 119 West Forty-fifth street.
It was said there last night that Mr.
Howell expected to return from Europe
about September IS.
SOUTH DAKOTA IS DISABLED,
Armnrrd f'rnUer Hrrak Propeller
Shaft .fining to llnuolula.
Wahiiinoton, Aiig. 2. Heur Admlrul
Southerlond reported this afternoon
thnt Iho South Dakota had broken her
stiirbonid propeller shaft and was pru
ceedlng under one propeller to Hono
lulu. The California Is accompanying- the.
South Dakota to port. From Honolulu
both vessels will go to Mare Island
nnw yard where Ihe Hnnih ri.iT...
!..'. 'I,r'' neie ine Mouth Pakotft
w be aid up.
Jury 011 One Ballot Acquits
Woman Accused of Attempt
ing; to Kill Spouse.
WILL RETURN TO ILL SOX
, . .. alifi may also hnve hnd an Interview
Accuser .'minium: '"-l"1"1'
Charge Ajrninst, Wife and
Will Sue for Divorce.
Ailamta. 0a Aug. 2.-Mis. Daisy
Ulrlch Opie Oraee wan found not guilty
tatB tns afternoon of tho charge of drug-
Tho jury retired nt 2 o clock after John
W. Moore of counsel for tho defonon had
denounced bitterly tho course of tho
prosecution in "attempting to fasten n
diet aftor one ballot.
Mr Graw BP0nl0l point or
hysteria when her acquittal was an-
nounced. She turnwl to the jurors and
"Qn,! bless von. gentlemen!"
She then approached each man and
,1nk,ed,h "1' . .. ,
1 f"fll k,l,,'in,t and hugging you
all," wild Mrs. (Irare. "I trusted you nil
tho time. I knew you would not bellevo
what they Mid about ine.
Followed bv n rlienrinr throns Mrs.
Grace's littlo blind son is ill.
"I will go to llttlo Webster nt once,
said airs, tiraco.
Beforo leaving her I.iwyor's offices she
gave out tho following statement:
iave been n-Un to innkea statement
lnee m)' arquittul. I uni gratified beyond
expression, but not surprised. I Knew that
(lod would not forsnko me in my troubles,
1 was taught to believe that He will naver
forsake the innocent I am thankful for
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w" "ate Helped ine. I Will return 10 Illy
'.'i1.1" " !' nn4 vot ' ' .r.'l
oi niy ine io nun. i ii ne wun ni iiioiiier
In l'hlludelphl.i and try to comfort her as
ng as we live
Dais v E. (InAi.n.
' The verdict was generally expected. It
was conceded that the State railed to
sustain the chargo that Mrs. Graco had
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ance on iiih n . .
,irs. uracv s sumiiicni yesieraay Jiau a
' tremendous effect on th jury and its
main features were generally credited,
especially those relating to the large sums
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sira i.x.i m . .our-,, ut. ..n.i. unu mi. iinru-
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. ons o oxner women. .t urn opr.. o-
day tnat -Mrs. i trace n-iiiarunoie story
- ,. .hnnllni. nf lii.r hn.lmnH n. o
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ver two months Mrs. Grace is said to havo
ei..-.-u r.....-...,-... ....... .-,,v ua;
ieuer itilci. ,
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,n"." v",e ".WM ,vor,ls " ,"'
ii-nnl . but Mr. firiic. never fltpn.il onr
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ilur its ilnllvei-v.
I. nuotiu llrnm u-au rtn, . r
wtw noi hi court whoa
Lr noti'a it -
Grace announced that he will n
statement about the case and a, one, suo
announce the amount collected, be
FRICK FLANS BIG FARTY ause she was to receive donations
' . from other Interested persons.
THfl Will Attend (Irnaiul Trnna-
faraied titer .Mitht.
I'liiiiK's Cr.ossi.vn, Mnss.. Aug. ,
Utm'.y c:.1''cl. Vu' sU'"1 '""sniUc. Is to
Cros",nB ,'s,nt(' on tm nlKhl (,f August,
10, resident Tnlt win no present.
,T' K wll9t Son, a Nahant con-1
I trac,l,,K signed n contract to-day
tu Iay a dauclnK llo(,r " lll Fricl;
lawn between the hours of 7 and on
tne evening or August 16 and to take
lt up ncaln between 1 and 3 o'clock
on the morning following.
lt is Air. Prick's Intention thnt his
luwn shall present Its usually orderly
and well kept appearance at dark oil
.the evening of the 16th. and again at
I Uayllght on tho morning of the 17th,
mt fr ,,,,, f(,ur nour( ,)(.tween ! P . m!
nnd 1 A. M. It will be transformed into
1 11 fairyland.
WIFE MAY SUE McNAMARA.
' """ rranelsen Hear She Mar Act
on ller Itetnrn.
IT.anc.sco. Aur. 2.Tha. Airs.
NChoh.s McNamnra. In defence of her-
Llf and of her chum, Mrs. Cora Per-
I ..l.. .., ,ollu. held In V..u- York on
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uaiuic or iiov. .lonnaon 10 ine requisi
tion papers to-day nnd departed for tho
Kant lo get his prisoners.
BOY SCOUTS REACH HAMBURG.
Allowed lo Land, but I'an't Parade
Special Cable Despatch lu Thk .St',
IlAMDiMiu, Aug, 2, The Doy Scouts
' fron Lelth, Scotland, who came here on
the Coblena to return the visit of Ger-
man boys, were tillowed to land despite
rumors that they might he stopped be
cause of some technicality.
There was no official welcome and the
visitor- were not allowed to parade tho
streets with u hand, na they hud hoped
to do. They tire nolnn ubout the city
seeing the sights privately.
At is MdafJfouaUla a((t havlnr isur
drink flaiomrwlih Aainttara Bluer., world
lcuonnru tonic ot eiqulsltc flivor, -Ait.
WHITMAN IN BOSTON.
lllatrlcl Attorney Mar Have Ween
Blgr Jack Zell There.
Boston, Aug. 2. After n visit of sov-
eral hours District Attorney Charles H.
Whitman, the New York prosecutor.
Rot out of lloston this afternoon for
Just where nobody uncm to know. 1
Ho arrived hero on tho 1 o'clock
train this) morning and went nt once to
the Hotol Touralne, where ho break
fasted. What happened between the
breakfast hour nml luncheon Is mntter
for oonjecture. He undoubtedly saw 1
Superintendent Smith of tho William
.1. liurnH Detective Agency In this city,
Dig Jack Zelig.
MAKCltBHTBR, Vt.. Aug. 2. District
Attorney Whitman of New Yorlt
Joined Mrs. Whitman nt tho Hnulnox
House this evening. When Interviewed
ho would state only thnt he came hero
from Itostnn and that ho would return
to New York on Sunday, llu probably
will put In n good part of to-morrow
at tennis or golf nt the Kkwanok
TRACE OF SCHEPPS FOUND.
Was In Polluk'n House. Where Hart
Went to See Itnae.
Sain Schepps. one nf the men accused (
or ine murner or iioseninai. was m
Hnrry Pollok's house nt Illverslde Drive
and 157th street with Jack Hosp on the
Tuesday night after the murder. It
was learned yesterday that Schepps was
there either at the time .lohn W. Hnrt,
Decker's lawyer, called to see Hose, or
n little beforc llart's call.
Member of the Pollok household
observed that some of Hoso's visitors
used ii prlvnto code of signals. Three
taps nt the door and a whispered
Initial meant that the caller wanted
Harry Pollok was not nt home when
lawyer Hart called. A member of the
Pollok family went to the door and
admitted Mr. Hart. Hose was -In the
hall at the time nnd gave assurance
that the visitor was expected.
Mr. Hart mode no mention of Schepps
having been present. He has snld
merely that he did not know that Roso
was then n fugitive from Justice. At
that time the police had not connected
Schepps with the murder of Itosenthil.
AMERICAN ROBBED ABROAD.
."Setr York Woman l.oara f 12,000 In
Jenrel nn Train,
tptcial Cable tirtptitch to Tub Siv.
Geneva. Aug. 2. Mrs. James Mitchell
of New York was robbed of a Jewel
case containing $12,000 worth of Jew
elry while she was on nn express train
yesterday coming from Montrcaux to
She considers It lucky that her maid
was carrying her other Jewel case,
which contained Jewels far more valu
able than those stolen.
The police are searching for a man
who rodo In the same compartment
with Mrs. Mitchell and was extremely
polite to her.
OlfiC ITliP TVlm TrmnMVft ........
xuft wjwinuiuii Wirr.
Liberal t'ontrllintlon MnUe x. Sof-
fraajrttea' I'und for Mr, tirllllth.
sirs. Sni-.ili I.. !,.nt,i,,.c,-1nii
Baldwins I. I., tlrst wife of Vol n Me .
' ' ul aoiin Jiei-
bourne Gr fl ths. now In the Ouoeos
1 " l'" Vjueens
coontv inll im.t,r
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f.-TV.'?. .V"' "'" ..I-ones
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nnd Hhpral contributions were made.
Miss Donnelly said she would not
KERMIT ROOSEVELT IN LONDON.
Mustache, hut llrfii-rs lo
.'iwmI r.iblt lit-palch tn Tiik Sin
- Kcrtnlt P.oosevell.
who arrived heie to-day. Is sporting a
downy mustache. When he alighted
. from the train he was Immediately mir
I rounded by reporters,
j When questioned he blushed and said
I was on ins wny 10 1srn7.11 to go to
' work on a railroad. When osked whin
be thought of his father's chances of
being elected lie said he must be excused
from discussing politics.
AUTO BOLTS AT BALL GAME.
Younic Women and I'.osluo llnte
Narroiv i:epe at .Venpnrt.
.S'KwronT, It. 1.. Aiig. 2. The Misses
C.rosvcnor, daughters of Mrs. William
1 Grosvenor; Miss Froderlkn Paine, Miss
I Kntherlne Duwrencn and Knrlgn I.uw
rence Townsend of the battleship Ctah
had u narrow escape from Injury this
afternoon while witnessing tho bull
game between the Newport Heading
Room team and a team of officers from
the Atlantic fleet.
The Misses Grosvenor. with their
guests, wero sitting in their automobile.
Suddenly It shot forward at high speed,
stojfped with u Jerk nnd sturted back,
running Into other automobiles. Tho
crash caused. a suspension of the bull
game and a rush of several hundred
society folk to the scene.
Tho automobile was crippled and the
electric runabout belonging tn John
Thompson Spencer of Philadelphia was
Knsign Townscnd oesumt.l responsl
blllty for the accident.
SHIP COLLIDES WITH WHALE.
K.ery Due Knocked Flat aert
Leviathan Leaved Krnni Nea.
San Fiuncisco, a hit. 2. The schooner
J. H. Bruce arrived to-day with the
champion whnle story. While mnklng
I good speed last evening the captain and
nil tho crew on deck wero knocked Mat
and all those. In berths were thrown to
They thought they were over a sub.
marine disturbance, but as they reached
their feet they -aw n whnle disappear
Ing, They found that the bohstay and
the Jtbhoom shroud had been curried
away. It seems the whale Jumped half
out of the sea and caught Its tall In the
-'tiiM 'ti t uiii illiuii u i im:;iiiiv. u in
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Will He Sprung for Capture
of Two More In Rosen
MEN ARE PENNED IN.
Twenty Detectives Surround
Harry Horowitz and
LEWIS IS QUESTIONED
Knows All About Murder, Is
Dougherty's Comment, After
"Twenty Central Ofllco men and a
force of deputy sheriffs: havo Gyp the
Blood and Lefty Louie surrounded In
their hiding place In tho CatsklllR. The
gunmen uro under cover less than
100 miles fr&m New York. Wo believe
they will be under arrest by to-morrow
That stnteuient was made to The Sun
Inst night In the ofllco of Pollco Com
missioner Waldo. The Commissioner
bad received word from detectives who
have been pitching the hay and milking
the cows of Delaware nnd Ulster
counties while they waited for the
murderers of Herman Rosenthal to
slip Into the sunlight from their moun
(-lose mouthed as usual, both the
Commlfsloner and Deputy Commis
sioner Dougherty were obvlouMy elated
over the word Hashed from the Cats
kills. Detectives Cnsast-a and Ale
Kcnna wer rushed north on a West.
Shore train. Dougherty telephoned in
structions to the police chiefs of tlm
mountain towns. Headquarters was
uwnkc and hustling.
it wub token as a fact that the
territory around which tho Central
Ottlce men and the deputy sheriffs have
drawn a cordon Is the southeast end
of Delaware county and the northwest
corner of Ulster county the retrent In
which Whltey Lewis, who was brought
here yesterday and held for murder,
was found by Detective Jumcs F.
Harvey, who po?od as a farmhand
while Lewis wus pretending to be
chauffeur out of work.
I.'ataklll the t.an-tmrn' ltenrt.
lt Is a pleasant mountain country
nnd It has been for several years the
te.-ort of Manhattan gamblers nnd
gangsters, who spent their money there
In the summer months. A slip of tlm
tongue hy Harry Vallon. an admission
from Hrldgle Webber nnd Iho Incau
ttousness of the friends of the men
wanted for murder transferred the bunt
from New Yo.k to the mountains. Since
Sunday, July is, the pick of Dough
city's detectives have been searching
Late on Thursday afternoon a short
fat man with bright blue eyes, a shock of
light hair und a pleasant smile was on his
way from a boarding house at Flelsch
in.mn's to the Delaware and Daatern
Itallioad station. A farmhand who had
been perched on a nil fence slid to
the toad, (trolled up lo th,. r.u man
and grabbed lilin by iho shoulder. The
stoiil.percon pulled nw.iv wlih n curse.
"WIiui'k tin, matter with you, v.m
rube'. ho Klld.
The farmhand removed tlie big straw
li.it that had been pulled well down
over his face.
"Hello. Wnlley." he tah aiiilublv.
"Going to New York'.'"
"Good nlglul"' said ihe fat man. "I
might have known It. you're Detective
Harvey, mrn'i you? I know your face
j The rupture of Whltey LuW, whose
I real n-iiiie Is Fi-nul: Siedenshue, al
I though he calls himself usually Frank
(Aluller, und caMonnlly for business
purposes takes the name of Jncob
Selgel, or Whltey Jack, was accom
plished by ihe same methods that are
being used to In Ing about the urrest
of Louis Itosensswelg (Lefty Louie) und
Harry Horowitz. (Gyp tho Dlood). From
the time that the detectives found out
that thrJe of the four men accused of
shooting ltosentbul had lied to the
mountain country the best men that
Dougherty could lay handH on wero sent
there to tnu their faces und callous
their hands ut farm work.
"Here was a situation," said Dough
erty yesterday, "where the Hotfooted
cop was of no use."
(Jul Tip From Wehlier.
The story of Lewis's arrest goes ba.k
to the llrst examination of Drldgle Web
ber, shortly nftcr Rosenthal was mur
dered. The little gambler, unconscious
of Us value, confided to Dougherty tha.
his brother ran u boarding house nt
lillsburg. 'Without sensing whnt the
Deputy Commissioner wan driving at,
Webber went on to tell bow ho and Val
lon and others ot their merry mixed
set usually spent the trying weuther
or tho summer months In the cool and
quiet little towns of the Cutskllls Big
Indian, Flclschmann's, Griffin Corners
and other villages.
When Harry Vallon twirled his walk
ing stick into Police Headquarters and
sat down sotno hours later for n chat
with the Deputy Commissioner he let
out that his wife was ut Big Indian.
Prying Into the gossip of gamblers
and gungsters Dougherty discovered
thut baldly a man mentioned In coil
nectlon with the Rosenthal murder
was not familiar with these Catsklll
villages. They rather claimed the credit
of discovering the summer n-soriH.
alien nnd Webber complaliusl mildly
' Hint so iniinv people wero going there
' now that Dig Indian and Flelschm.'inn's
hnd lost Ihe evcluslveness that once
made them delightful. So what with
Ihe admissions and the conflrmatlo
lioin other aourcea Waldo und Dough.