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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair to-day and to-morrow; cool, westerly
Detailed weather reports will be found on page 13.
VOL. LXXIX. NO. 339.
NEW YORK, SUNDAY, AUGUST 4, 1912. Copyright, 1918. by the Sim Printing and Publishing Association.
PRICE FIVE CENT?-.
,1 STATES IN
South Carolina Delegates
Vol to Sit With the
STATK SENT NEGROES
Dixon Jubilant in Speech
to Provisional National
jm n LIKE "BULL MOOSE"
JlouH'vrlt Men at Chicnro Tliinfc
Hie Term Snvors Too Mndi
Clin. too. Aug. 3. The provisional
Prcp-t-fiw National Committer met in
fret seslon to-d.iy find adopted tlio
preliminary roll for the llrst national coti
xcntloii of Col. Roosevelt's National lYo
The committee met ut noon in the suite
of the Congress Hotel which wu. occupied
hy Col. Koo.-evelt when he wan here in
"me a a candidate for the Republican
I TTirtion for President. There wan
much surprise manifested at the refusal
to iertnit the newsiiupcr representatives
to attend the initial session of the National
Progre--ivn committee, ami ei-pecially
in view of the hubbub which wan rni-l
by the Koo-evelt people here in .June in
opi-ition to the Republican National
Committee meeting behind closed doors
At that time ten representatives of the
press u-siociittioiw of the country wero
ts-rmittod eeiituullv by lloosevelt's op
ponents to attend the i-eMiou-.
The iepre-eiunti . e of the newspapers
congregated here trom all of the States
and from foreign countries called tlie at
tention of Senator Dixon and Osour King
Hat is, secretary of the pro Uiounl eom
nittee, to the fact that utthe regular He
publicun national com entioti held here in
June the broadest opportunity for publielt y
;w ghen. 'I his protest had its effect.
When the comtnitteo reconvened late in
the afternoon to hear the contest the
ftooeiejt managers had a change of
heart and all newsaier representative
The Progressive National Committee
wus In session from noon until 2:3'i o'clock
this afternoon, w hti a kom u taken
until i o'clock to hear coiit-t-, 'Ihero
were two sets of delegate. piotutliig
credential from Alabama. Horida, Cieor
,lia and Mibnlssippi and from two ill--.trlcts
jtiq 'itor Plxon called the provisional
ou, etus'to order und ruiewed the
) feet"'"'"' already been accomplish",!
' laird the orgatdr.ation of Col. Hoosc-
fit's new party. Thoe who represented
the States on this committee, were:
Mt)m. OK-ar It. Nevada..
Hand!)' N" llampjhlrc. Will-
truuiiiu. Ilwtzht II. lam S. sUvai ool.
Hmrrt New JeriT. Evrictl T.
Muui'i--.. J A. Comrr, Colbj
..llltirnla. fiov II, W. .S Vrlrn. Mlrucl A.
ilnrailn. Hen N. LIml- New York. W. It.
..inticcllcut. Joseph V Nurth Carullua. J. M.
Msjp WUHani-on. Jr.
-I.iwari I,. Trunk North Dalutt. A. Y.
I'ur'U. II. t.. Amlcr- Chin, James It. !ar-
nircla, Julian HarrK I)kl4iiun, C. I).
lii.K). Artnur II AU'n. I'rIesUy.
.1! fjiW, Mnllll Mi-Cot- Orncun. lines Drnnl.
k I'riiiinlvanla. William
"d'aiii.. K.lwin M I.r Flltm.
I r, juhn L. Stcvrn. tl.mlv. Iriiind. Henry J.
r ma. Henry J. Allen. Huuirht)-; proay, li. I".
nucky, lA-lle M 'IMtilc.
nmli So'ilh DaUnU, II, S.
islaiin, John M. Veney
nrker. Ti nnewe. Ileorue T.
i.n-. I', (iarrllner Talor
MnHand, I'. L. far- Ti xni., Cecil .V I.yon.
uclon.Jr. I tali, Uei-ljy K. Wal
M -chuetH.Mattliew mn
ilc Vermont, C. H. Tliomp-
V "man. Henry Y. mn
allacr. Vlritltila, Tliumaa I.ec
II ',.-jla, Milton l. M.Hir.-
nij Vahli.i:ton. .S"nitor
V slnpl.n.K. FrlUire. Mile- Pnlndrttrr.
V irl, . West Vlritlnli.W. M. O.
I'f (im. Jufteph M, Dauwii,
Ii n WlK-onsin, Henry I".
"'i ia. J. L- Me- OieliemH.
lroy, Arthur Wynmlntt, Oov. J M.
natop Dixon, in his addresn to the
H hen you nro tryintr to evolve somethlnsr
1 M'.'.vii ofohao it falls to the lndlvlihi.il
tiki tlie idllltivc in some parts of the
it .'iniiime Yo--aro meetlni; here this
niuriilnu under new onilltlon.n.
tf-vr tli cetebratM convention in tills
I'y aljout a month ago there were fifteen
ofiUfcn ini'ii at that time who were.oruan
H into Mimii kind ot a provisional national
omtiiittte Vo were drlftlliK rather In the
'"E It h,i in the hurly burly of adjourn
n n after a week's lianl lltfhtlnir hero.
Sf nf tlio m "ii who are niini'il in that
'ire' i i of eighteen mn, as I now rsrall
ii r nent to Nie and fora eek orten days
" liu'l ptaetlenlly a prinlslonal head
, ir'rs I'.oin in the elty of New Yoik.
1 ' h matter l-an to develop the tee
i.imi anil loiters from various Slated
m noutln In until llnally uKin the
'tt' li' of July the eall for this eonven-
ir'n a, ilraltisl in New York city
tall r.-as stvneil on .lull' H: this Is
") tI da1 of Auirust. twenty. nine days
2' I iliiuht if In the history of the AiikIo
u.n r.n there has imr been sni'h a de.
'l ni-nt, such tin evolution politically
'K' iiiie'ty millions of is'oplo as you
. ,inc-i dm ink' the last twenty-nine
:il i n man's heart was o bravo then
'hai i: wns k-lveii us would have foretold
M it k -ed what has transpired in the
!.') . on days succeodlmt. Uurlu that
;c f. ti.Meii of the foi ty-oiyht .States
T . n ii.i stutiw. tliiuuuh their nnn.
H in mass iiieetiiu:s have inino
' a iiitlmial riinvi.ulinu lias iIcm-I.
it I say to yon In nil sincerity litis
i'i such an extent that the few
i o Im-i'ii nn the II rlii K I in. during
' ai'titv.eiuht tlays hardly know
. h it
' lnMits doubted wlutlier we
iM.Mtes enutiuh to 111! up
morn Ih.tti two-thlnls ui tlu
' I Of the w.-uj nltltn-
"t deeiHtnn here double
I uuiiil'ilpln, mid In tlio
ie 'i lit seven litiiiM the uuiuber
. iiutniHI In tlio c.i I! 'I ho itri'Mt
' i-juri. entitled under the call
ton fi ri !- on Fourth Pngr
"UNCLE SAM SEEING PHANTOMS."
Herman Vrr Nrorra United Slate
Attitude In l.ndce Hill.
Special Cabtt tttiml(l, to Tar. 8uf
ntm.iv, Aujr. 3. The Herman press
m showInK little nttentlon to the Lodfro
bill. The chauvinistic Mown Post
"Kollowlnic Knglnnd the fnlled Statea
M now beitlniriK tn eeo phantoms. Of
courHo It Is CJermany which Is cousin
t title Ham uneasiness, if America
only know how utterly liarmlesa our
forelsn policy is sho inluht nave her
efTortH und drive off tlio phantoms,
which do not exlm."
The XctiKtc Xachrlchtcn nays:
"ABnin tho German peril la used by
...- a.uai.)rs 10 carry through a meas
ure. If the fnlted States values ur
friendship she will etop painting Orr
niany an n ruffian who with d.iiTKcr
and revolver is waylaylns the entlro
world. Germany la far less n danger
to American power than Japan und
Kncland. which have Just solemnlv
protested ngalnst the proposed tariff
rebatea for American vessels uvlng tho
In neml-otliciol circles the I.odtfe bill
is recorded as an election nmna-uvre.
BLOW AT CIVIL SERVICE LAW.
Seven teir Tenure Provided In Rill
Out nf Conference
Washington. Auk. 3. President Taft
Will tlnd an ndiloil utram e
the leRlslntlve. executive and Judicial
appropriation bill in n provltdon which
WU8 agreed to to-day by the conference
of the 8enate and House.
This provision practically abolishes
the civil service law of the Government
departments by substituting a even
year tenure for life tenure.
"It simply reinstates the old spoils
system." said Senator Cummin, chair
man of the Senate Committee on Civil
The legislative, Vxrcutlve and Judicial
appropriation bill also provides for the
abolishment of the Commerce Court.
That provision alone would probably
lead the I'msld-nt to veto It, but the
appeannce nf tii.. rlvli service provision
will probably Insure the deatli of tho
measure bv executive m'tlnu Tho c,.n
j year tenure was forced Into the measure
bv thii l),miirtntf. II. f.r.,e.
PLAGUE EXPERT SENT SOUTH.
iiors In Nerr Orlrsna, Where I n
feetril lint Wnn Found.
WASHINiirtM, Aug. 3. -lollowing the
tiisctivery of a plague itifecl.-d rat in Now
Grlan Assistant Director Kdurd Fran
cisuf the Ciovornmont hygienic lalsiratory
left to-tiay for New Orleans to instruct
loeul authorities in methods of warding
off the plague.
Dr. J. F. Harrison of Mobile has been
designated as a temorary member of the
publlo health and marine hospttftl servico
to insjwt vossela and dlriHt thefr fumiga
tion at Mobile. Nu infection has Is-en
distovtred at Mobile, but authorities aro
determined to tako all xj-ible preeuti
tioiiN ihero as wnll as in other cities ou the
Gulf and Atlantic coast-.
There have- been no new coses re)rtd
from Porto Itico. Them have lnn no
dovelopnient-. of the dK-aso in Havana
for more than a wwk.
PITTSBURG GETS J. B. DEACON.
.Not Vurker .lpiiolntrd Irtlir Src
retnry nf tasoclntril Chnrlllr.
I'lTTstaL-mi, Aug. 3. J. Ryron Deacon,
secretary of the iinance committee of
the Charity organization Society nf
New York, has been appointed active
secretary of the Associated Charities
of I'ltttbtirg. He Rticcrcdfi Charles V.
Weller, who rrslgnid.
Deacon will begin his work in I'itf
burg October 1, ns li" cannot get away
from the New York orgunlsatluii be
fore that time.
ROOSEVELT'S LAST HOME DAY.
Talks So Politic Will Leave
Chicago Till Afternoon.
UVHTnt Hv, .tig. 3. Col. Itoosevolt
hail no iiollttcal visitors to-day, nor
could he be Induced to talk politics
when he Interrupted u tennis game long
enough to meet the newspaper squad.
He was asked who was to ba the per
manent chairman of tho Hull Moose
convention, nnd whether or not his run
nlmr mate had been selected. At both
questions ho shook his head with a
"I don't know," he replied.
i The Colonel wished to give the Im
j prcsslon that these are matters for the
convention to settle and hn would not
have It appear that he has any Inten
tion of dictating what the selection
should lie, besides ho has wanted this
to be strictly a home da tho lust ho
expects to have for some time. With
a final word about his plans, he went
back to his game with his son, Archie.
Col. Itoosevolt. after attending early
church service to-morrow will lunch
ut Sagamore Hill, and motor leisurely
Into town going directly to the Grand
Central Station, whenco he will leave
for Chicago on the Twentieth Century
Limited ut 4 V. M.
His followers havo planned u roaring
welcome for his arrival In Chicago at
10 on Monday, and that evening he
hopes to deliver the address upon which
his political platform and ambitions
i are based, although his counsellors ad
vise Its delivery, Tuesday noon.
Tho Colonel has said It would be a
three day convention and It Is his ex
pectation to return here Friday or
NEWBERRY QUITS T. X.
Hi-Hrcrelary ot the Navy Will Star
In Itepulillcan Party.
Detroit, Mich., Aug. 2. -It Is stated
on the best of authority that Truman
II, Now berry, former Secretary of the
Navy, an tlrecent enthusiastic Itoosu-
veil booster III Detroit and Michigan,
I has grown cold toward tho third party
'movement nml has decided that he will
not leave the itcpuhllcun party and will
not be lilentllied with the third party lit
.Mr Newberiy bus made this positive
statement fn it iiuiniicr of people and
It has. caused much mrprlho In lew
of his enthusiastic biippon, pecuniary
and otherwise ot tho ltooscvrlt boom In
Michigan during Its earlier stagva.
POLICE NOT TO TRY TO
They llnve Their Orders and
Will Lot Sluto Officials Do
CABARETS SCOHX FARLEY
Murray's and Others Say They
Sell, hut It Will lie Dry
in Spots To-day.
The descent ujoii the cabaret and tur-
key trotting restaurants and saloons by
State Excise Commissioner W. W. Karley
after tho leRal hour for closing yertenlay
morning. or from 1 A.M. on. did not seom
to disturb tho police inspectors and cap
tains over whose head tho State official
and his assistants had gone when they
closed up the resorts. Not so very long
I ago such a closing up tour "over the cap
tain's, head" would have caused nervous-
, nesB and sudden activity uround station i
houses, Jut not so this time.
Inspectors and captains were untli"
turbed by the sM?ctacuIar tour of the
State officers lsouuse, as one policeman
of hlt;h rank put it. "our orders from
Headquarters are to stay away from
these places and not to close them ill)
unless Headquarters expressly tells us
' to close tip a place. If State excise offi
cials or Gov. Iix himself suddenly de
cide that thU Is a good Urn for the State
admlnlstrationtobrcak into the limelight,
antl come to town to whirl around with
autemohilo loads of reporters, and mako
spectacular visits to alleged violators of
the excise law all of a sudden, that's
nothing to us."
"And If Headquarters tries to pass the
. t l . .1 I! f- . .1. - '
DUCK niiu uiame us int. jitiucv mini uu
inspectors down cm sliow tnat tlioy ve
lieen told to keep hand off until special I
word conies from the Commissioner's
ofllee to get buy."
The police, therefore, did not interest
themselves in what was or wasn't going
on in the various restaurants and cafes
1 whero the turkey trot dunces nud the 1
oalxirets have tieon holding forth, rho
management of Murray's in Wert Forty
hecoud street announced last night that
.neither the police or anybody else could
interferes ith thelrnightly turkey trotting
I on the upper floors because there Is uoth
ing in the statutes against tho "trots" ant
ing in the statutes against the "trots" and ,
"hugs" and similar dance which crowded
the dancing floor there until 2:30 ur 3
I o'clock every morning.
"And the dancing will go right on to-
night." said the manager of Murray's last
, night. "We'll continue tn sell alcoholic
liquor nleo liemuw our fifty rooms and
I our all night license permit u to do so.
I We'll sell liquors after midnight to-night
.the same as tiniial as long as those who
order 11 also buy something to eat a sand
! wlchnt !eat "
. The framers of tho 'aw, however, seem
' to differ with some of tho holder of all
night licenses as to the right to sell alco
i holiu liquors in the early Sunday morning
' hours. Tho law says:
I The holder of a Huuor t (ertiflcate
under subdivision I of section s of this
chapter wlio the keeisr of a hotel may
. -ell liquor to the guests of Midi hotel except
to nch pesoin uho uro described In cliilses
1 with their meM". or In their rooms
therein except between the hours of 1
o'cln' k and ." o'tloek In the uiorntnc.
State Commissioner Farley went back
to Albany yesterday ofternoon seemingly
quite satisfied with the results of his
.early morning automobile cruise about
tho Tenderloin and Harlem. When he
ct out from Fortr-Rocond street nnd
! Hroadwav nt 1 o'clock restcrdnv morn-
in., in l,lu ,iiit,nlillA wlili l.lm ...
, Thomas F. Mo.Vvoy, Deputy C
i slonor for New York, und Lawyers George
I Domiellen, Jamos Nolan and Charles
' Firestone. A second automobile con
I tallied the newspaper men Invited to como
! along nnd see tho way tho Stat excise
I men handled the after hour folk.
Commissioner Farley and his party
I first motored to tho Green Turtle, at
l West Forty-fourth street. Sitting
in tho Green Turtle were from twenty
' to twenty-tlvo couples. As in all iub
1 sequent visits Commissioner Farley noti
fied the manngeniDUt that the excise
law was being violated and that the
inuslo nud singing must stop nt once,
the bar closed and tho placeclosed for the
The manager of the Green Turtle was
told by Commissioner Farley that for a
wee!; or more tho excise men had been
noting excise, violations and that tlie law
breaking intiht cease from this time on.
The manager promised that there would
bo no sale of alcoholic leverage after
hours, und tho Commissioner and party
then chugged up and got under wuy
From tho Green Turtlo the crusaders
proceeded to George Itector's restaurant
at Hrnadwuy and Sixty-second street.
Hero Deputy Commissioner McAvoy'ti
former polico training showed itself.
McA voy led the way into George Hector's,
nnd when Jl man jlf. thai rltinr aV.nwa.rl
signs of resenting the intrusion McAvoy
shouldered tno iioorman nut of tho way
nud then toltl u policeman from the West
Thirtieth street station who was with the
party to see to it that the doorman did
not interfere further.
George Iteotor came forward smiling.
George Hector's luid an all night license
earlier in tlie season, but has none at the
present tlmo. .Murray's second floor
and George Roctor'n third floor dancing
rooms nn the most impular resorts for
the devotees of tlm turkey trot and bunny
hug dunces during uf tor midnight Iwurs,
Commissioner Farley told young .Mr.
Hector tno object or His visit
You therefore must se, that the last
thing I would do Is to tit'celvn you, .Mr.
Karley, I lusuro you that any one who
has alcoholiu beverages on tlu tub!
liofore him here was served with th
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Continued on Tifrtf Page.
' I 'a. .. .
or intoxicants after 1 o'clock would not 1 7 . ,i., J i, V -'" "',--"""', -or vtiwoii. aw r, uoper. "Hut
be rrinittetl, said tl... Commissi-,, ,'r ' Z, , Z , , L ill ?, '"' m e ! "' ''; noosevelt sentiment
"Whv " cried young Mr iU-iuZ wi.i. i ,mmU to m,i frmn ,h" oahl" "'"""H I is Htrong, You can never tell. "
,nwh f Personally Mr. Hop,H.r Is for Guv. WII-
...... ,.r .1,.. i,,. r icw . . '""'"ecu nan Jiiun uei nur und Managua hou. but as the head of un orennlyjitlnii
ELOPING BARONESS SEIZED.
Fnand With Coach mn' Son at Oat
end, And Spirited Amy.
SptHal Vablt fit'patch to Tss Br.v
OriTENii, Aug. 3. A sensational and
romantic adventure of the Baroness
Charlotte van Coehoorn, S3 years old,
and a member of one of the most aris
tocratic families of The Hague, has Just
become known hero. The llaroncss
recently arrived here simultaneously '
with Henry Hescmor, 24 years old, the
son of a coachmnn, und they went to u
fusfilonablo hotel. The next day two
strango men appeared at tho hotel and
demanded that tho management deliver
the girl to thtim, saying she was In-
saiic and had escaped from watchful j
relatives who were about to put her In
nn Hsylum. The hotel manager re
fused to hand the girl over to the men.
and they then offered to give him $400.
but he still refused.
A few days ago tho two men at
tempted to bundle the girl Into un auto
mobile but she was forcibly rescued
from them by the hotel employees. The
girl admitted she was the daughter
of tho llaron Coehoorn. who recently
died. 9he said sho had loved Hesemer
Besemcr Irad worked
! for her father ns a coachman.
A later and more determined attempt
U take the Baroness from tho hotel
succeeded, for she has disappeared and
is believed to have been taken to Hot
TO MANDAMUS MAGISTRATE.
llattiBiMM II nad fclaait Cm m a a Whir
lie Naonld Xnt Hear Complaint
Supreme Court Justice lllschon signed
un order yesterday directing rollco
Muo-iainita 'llorrmin tn ahnw f-imsn I
,.,r,r.,. ....... i... .i.m ...t Wr lt. .
,w flw. Tnml.u Cniirf .n nn nt.tillrei.l
( ! A,l
by McWu Iter H. Sutton for a warrant
asuinst 0r.ir P.iKhiivnnt. n silk merchant
at 83 Greene street, for grand larceny.
Mr. 1'ass.ivant is executor tinder the
m r r,r,'a rnfKr ri,.7.eo. o,,,,"
III of Stlttons father. George . Mutton.
who left an oUate of MIS.ooo in trust for
hve children. Max Brown, counsel or
Sutton, slid in his petition for the order
acninst .lugimrawi iierriii.in. niai "e
executor nas neon reiusmg u pay i ne
income or Sutton s sliare to mm, but
merely pays his bills. The lawyer said
'that the executor based his refusal nn
I hi lolief that Sutton would lose his money
The lawyer said he had obtained soven
judgments against the executor for
quarterly instalment nf interest due,
and that hft had tirod of thl procedure
and decided to procead criminally. Whon
he took the case before Magistrate Herr
man tho latter refused to hear It. Tho
lawyer then aunouncod that he would
tako the caso liofore tho Supremo Court,
and the Magistrate told him to go ahead.
MISSING GIRL TO RETURN.
Ml, tinner Write to Mother Not to
Worry About Her.
Mofxr Vernon", N. Y., Aug. 3. .Miss
Amelia Dnnby, the sixteen-year-old
friend nf Miss Dorcas lyams Snod
grass, who has been missing from her
home In Mount Vernon slnceJuly 13,
has written to her mother. Mrs.'Thomas
W. Uanby of 70 South Fourth avenue
that she Is coming home. The letter
was postmarked at Station T, Now
York city. August at 1 P. M and
states thut the girl has been at Classon
Point and other places, where she was
reported to have been seen, and that ,
she was afrnld to come home. Mrs.
Danhy woujd not show tho letter for I
velope was , he following sentence:
"Willi lots or love ana Kisses. j;o not
feci bud. for I am nil right ond am
Uoth messages were written with lead
pencil. Lieut. Atwell of the Mount Ver-
' P"1'' wl" w,,h her father searched
in Hronx Park ana uearora rarK lan
night, learned that the girl had been
I seen writing a letter with a pencil in
the Bedford Park trolley station. He
traced her to WcFtchester, where ho lost
her early this morning.
ATTACHMENT FOR $3,000,000.
Boston Concern Hue Renernl Klec
trio Company of l.ynn.
Hostos. aVug. 3. A writ of attachment '
for 13,000,000 was Issued by the I'nlted
States District Court In a suit by the
Ulimorti l-iectric company ot j.osion
npnlnst the General Hlfctric Company
of Lynn, charging violation of the Sher
man Hct. Breach of contract also Is al
leged. No bill of complaint has been
Howard and William Gllmore, doing
business nn the Gllmore Electric Com
pany, Hied a bill In the Supreme Court
to-day ngalnst the Genernl Electric
Company, alleging failure nn the part
nf the latter to perform a contract en -
torcd Into on April I, 1909. In which
tho General Electric contracted to fur-
nlsh Tungsten electric lamps to the
Tho Gllmore Electric Company claims
tho General Electric refuses to keep the
WIRELESS TO C0IINTO
Collier to tUtnblUh Com
With Nicaragua' Capital.
Wahiiimiton, Aug. 3.-The naval coi
leir Justin Is proceeding from Puntu
Arenas, Costa ltlea, to San Juan del Sur.
Nicaragua, as a result of tho revolution
ary disturbance in the latter country
led by the former Minister of War. Gen.
Luis .Menu. The Justin will serve prin
cipally as a means of communication
between the State Department and Minis
Tho gunboat Annapolis is at Corlnto,
tlie port nearest Manuguu, the eapitul.
are out nf business.
The Government of t'oeia llieu has given
ll-Hllinv WMI alK-Hnil ICI.ftn IIUIITICUI
..... Ill l
exliesiiithut country wlllnot l. pet mined
ti use the territory or the Itepubliu as u
base, of operations against Nicaragua,
' It is reared tho exiled Nicaraguaim
j will rush Into Nicaragua under rover of
the Mena revolution.
Only Three Men Knew Demo
cratic Nomineo in Pennsyl
vania Lunch Room.
,1)ANK BUTTERMILK THERE
Then Took It Ttixi for U COII-
ference With National
. Gov. Woodrow Wilson came up from
' fica Girt early last night, walked
through the Pennsylvania Station,
, stopped for a bite in the station restau
rant and took a taxlcuti for a meeting
with his campaign manngtr. William
V. McCombs, and wus recognized on tho
whole trip by Just five persons.
The Democratic nominee for Prtsl
, dent walked thovugh crowds In tlie
lotunda In the station without attract
' ing the attention of any ono and only
ttfter he had been perched on the top
' of n stool In the restaJrnnt for some
moments did three men come over und
i shnke hnnds with him. Others about
i him did not notice who was the man
Iti n trrciv milt nrwl hrnivti lint. Imtll a
, wow for wcnr ,
Gov. Wilson left Beu dirt on tho j
:us train on me i-ennsyivania unu
made the trio alone. He attracted no
hotlce In the chair car until the train i
was pulling out of Asbury I'ark, when!
,w" expressmen on the platform rnlspd
,lll'lr MP" tn nntl he smiled and
waved his hand to them
When the train rearhed
aylvanla Terminal the Governor walked!
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the walling room and the) i
brushing elbows with hun-1
dre(l9i ,, H)u nt ou ,he
re,tourant nml cmbed on n s
' ordered a ham nandwlch and a glass of
buttermilk. It was there that the three
,npn Krccted him.
, .fter he hud finished his sandwich
and buttermilk Gov. Wilson picked up
his bag he already had declined the
service of tho station porters and
walked out to a tnxlcab, which carried
him to the conference.
WILSON MAT GO TO MAINE.
Make NU or Htaht Mnreeb
HwGinr, N. J.. Aug. 3. Before leaving
for New York this afternoon Gov. Wilson.
while denying that thero is any Mction
among the members of tho executive
committee, odmlttetl that naturallr there
were differences on methofls of nr,,,.
aue to tne iact tnai tlio committeemen
are from various sections of the country.
Further than that the Governor would
not go. He would not discuss detulls
or intimate what course ho was to pursue
at the meeting with National Chairman
McCombs in New York.
So far as it con 1m? learned now the
Governor's reason for going to Now York
is due to his desire to have something
dono rath: than to settle any squabbles
or difference. His most intimate ad
visers have impressed tijion him tho fact
thut tho delay is costly and It is up tn him
to assert himself, as he has a right to
"There is no friction in tho committee.''
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Inommet. this morning. "Whatever
, or ineinoas 01 procoauro m per -
ecimg tne orgdiiization. wnicn was to
I exjiectwl from men from various
l86"0 Ule country.
llie Governor niade the posit ivodeclara -
uon inai ne is noi to maae any extensive
' stumping tnur nor Is he to indulge in any
I personalities in the speeches, ho Is to
I mako in debatable States. He is going
.to take six or eight tours, as has been
said, and will devote himself to subjects,
not persopallties. It is believed at Sea
Girt that the other nominees will supply
all that this fall. The Governor's tours
' will begin ubout September 1, and It is
a fair guess that to Maluo will be the first
During the next two months he will be
heurd in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois nnd so mo
0ti,er States, when in the opinion of the
loxecutive committee his Dreseneo Is r-
qulrod. Tho Governor is willing that tlio
committee make his dates for him within
reasonable limits. Un said as much this
morning when hn answered that ho will
go where they send him, "If I approve."
Asked if he would go an far as tho Pacillo
coast he replied: "Why, that is a rather
large order; wo had best wait and see,"
Tho Governor was delighted with tlie
1 frm,11 wmouneement of the appointment
W MoAdoo us vlw-chainnan.
",uuu w v.mrgo oi uie
national camaignliig in the Hast and have
his headquarters ot New York. There
will bo another vice-chairman for Chicago
and this will relievo Mr. McComlw of much
detail with which otherwise lie would be
""I urn much gratified at the selection of
Mr. .MoAdoo," said the Governor. "It is
very generous of him to give his time to
, tho work. He was my original choice and
the delay in making tho selection was due
to the fact thut Mr. MoAdoo had the mat
ter under consideration."
The Governor hail few Important vis
itors to-day. 1-ate in the afternoon John
I. Hopper, head of tho Independence
League, arrived and hat) a conference,
Mr. Hopper was Inclined to lie mysterious
when he runift out. It would tie imo
sible for him to say in advance, what the
league would do, it was so Independent.
Nothing could be known until after tlie
convention October 8.
Th trend of the leuRtie appears to
I .hi. iiaj, i.w. 1 ,.i,,lf ..,,. i... ,.
si.m hn I- In a philosophic frame. f mjmf,
1 nu aaallivllla.il lh:il ll.a U'a.- ....I ..1. .. I.. I
......a... .a wa. ...a. uii.nx-
hlum the local New York situation this
tiKur.in st i'i iiiok rtiMT dim:
lnkluahle fur InxnlltH uitl lenvalruinli.
It T IIKWr.Y A- MINMOI lUHMItoqSt , y
JACK CUDAHYS HOLD REUNION.
Children Itetarnrd and Reconcilia
tion la Said to Re Complete.
Kansas Citt, Aug. 8. The reuniting
of the Cudahy family following tho
sensational attack on Jem I. Mills two
years ago, which resulted In the divorce
of Jack Cudahy antl his wife, was com
His four children, who have been In
the custody of Mrs. Michael Cudahy of
Chicago, were restored to their parents,
and n family reunion was held In tho
Cudahy home. Blnco being placed In
tho custody of tho elder Mrs. Cudahy
by the courts the children have been
In ii convent at Kan Gabriel, Cut.
Tho Cudahys were remarried secretly
a month ago.
GIRL TRIES TO JOIN ARMY.
Will Appeal to Washington Became
Iteqoeat la Tarned Down.
Newburoh, Aug. .1. Catherine Klltott,
18 years old. applied at the navy recruit
ing station to-tlay for enlistment as n
nurse. Her father was a sea captain.
She gave her birthplace us "at sea,'
bound from Melbourne to New Orleans,"
and she wus raised afloat.
Miss IClllott was disappointed when
Informed that men of war were only for
men and said she would communlcato
with the Navy Department und learn
the reason. She speaks five languages,
has been tn twelve countries, sailed on
seven seas and can tako u trick ut
AUT0ISTS LOST IN DESERT.
Waudnard W. Iluke and Friends
Chicago. Auk. 3. "Lost In the desert
In an nutomoblle," was the title of a story ' ,
Mold In Chicago to-day by Woodward
i W. Duke, member of the family of the
Mr. Duke and three companions tire
i ..,... i
on their way In a motor cur from Lost
Angeles, Cl., to Princeton Cnlverslty
and stopped over here for a rest of a
nfiimln nf !:ilu thf. enlllilr. lieprtmr. lnt
two days out nf Los Angeles. They
llnally found u cabin and the owner dl
rected them to the right rotitl.
Mr. Duke's companions In the trip
n.A fnm-lh flflm'nr.l , I'nn.n. I'll
Jan P. Hllss of Ventura and G. L. Hurt
of Los Angeles.
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W. E. BAKER ILL IN STREET.
j Consulting- F.nlnrer Drop llrlplrsa
While W.lkln-In Fifth A vrnnr
William E. Baker, u consulting engl -
necr of 105 West Fortieth street, for-
merly general superintendent of the
! i,nnll'lVn,n K"'vau'a .Vn"wa an?, ln"
,chl '!"l'fLC. iv "1,"",?
T 'r,5h lL,?" " "i
t "C.U." jS " f.h.l.0t 5$. C?"?,
' " ,"l",.u"lll telephones In the vicinity of the
Un)fiUI 111 U r"."! ivun VItU ViVli al I
1 Papers In his i
pockets revealed his
, Identity. At the hospital he revived
1 sufficiently to say that his wife was ntl,""K , um' " ,nH. 'mI,0!,sl"'p r
the Hotel Manhattun. thnt they had
been spending part of the summer nt
Montrose. Pa., nnd that he was on his'10 tl,' ',nllcr- T,1K learned, how-
'WW to visit his sister at
terlan Hospital when
the Presby -
son visited htm at
CAR MEN VOTE TO STRIKE.
Chlcaco t'nlon Leaders, However,
Meek to Avert Tlenp.
Chicago. Aug. 3. It was announced
by union lenders to-day that the street
pnr men nf tlio cite. 11.000 n nil. hud
1 . , t strike.
Tlu, yoto stood 8,039 to strlke t0 t71
. a meeting of the Joint committee f
1 ,np two Pl,rface line unions together
with representatives of the elevated!
Brlggs House t
-ecs, was held nt tno
this afternoon. It was
said that a general walkout of tlm men.
' If such n step In tuken, Is still several
! days distant and will not be resorted
to until every effort has been mntlo to
reach a settlement without ft strike.
MAY RAISE FERRY'S FLAGSHIP.
laaara In t.ood Cnudltlon A fieri
Century Cnder Water.
Erik. Til. Aug 3. Tho flagship Ni
agara, that led the American fleet under
Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry to vie-
tory In the battle of Lake Krlc. Sept. 10,
1813, after the first flagship Luwrenco
had been stmt to pieces nuu abandoned,
will he raised and rebuilt
The hull of the vessel, lying In 20 feet
of water In Misery Hay, an arm of
Presque Islo Bay, better known as the
Erie Harbor, was thoroughly examined
this ofternoon by Dan Clallln, a diver
from Toledo, Ohio, under the, supervision
of A. Q. Thatcher nf the Thatcher Con
tracting Company of Toledo und Milton
W. Shreve, Speaker of tho House of
ItcprrscntatlveH of the Pennsylvania
Diver Cluflln pent about three hours
going over every part of the abandoned
hull. He reported that the flagship was
in good condition. Ho brought up spikes,
made of hand hammered Iron, that hud
bean under the water almost a century.
CHAL0NER IN NEW ROLE.
Will Show Ileportrra Mraaace From
"Departed New Yorker."
Wasiiinotojc, Aug. .1. John Ann
strong Chalotier has moved up us far
as Alexandria, which U Just across the
Potomac from Washington on Virginia
soil antl has Invited tho Washington
newspaper correspondents to cross In a
body und talk with him.
Tho Chalaner rendezvous Is fixed for
7 o'clock to-morrow evening at a hotel
tn Alexandria. The hotelkceper, how
oer, has objected to Mr. Chuloner's
little purty, but John Armstrong suys
he Is going to hold It Just tho same.
Then Washington newstmner mere.
NUOIldentH received sneelnl dellcerv let.1
ters from him to-tluv nnnounclnir that
he v.na prepared to unucnt fur their
,l-S, PJa,-f )l.!it'r. I( II II 111; III 1 HI I C
writing" which he hail tuken down frmn
,,0 H1,rt ( H ,elmrt,.( rrlentl.
I yr. I'hnloner tlescrlbes lib) unfnrltl.
liaues of "antotsraiilile
us "a former prominent
n prominent New York
Big Force, at Hiding Place
of Two Rosenthal
HUGHES IS IN CHARGE
Sheriffs Watch All Roads
While City Sleuths Line
DOl'OHERTY DIRECTS HUNT
Dictates Moves of Posse 100
Miles Away With Map of
Lulu last night four Central Offlc)
men nnd u force of deputy sheriffs were
closing In on Harry HorowtU. or Qyp
the Wood, nnd t,ouls ItoBonzwolg, known
us Lefty Louie, at Tannersvllle, Greene
They telephoned to Police Head
(Iiinrters here that they had located the
men who me named :is two of the actual
murderers nf Herman Itoscntha' and
that they epeei.'tl li have handcuffs
tin tn by morning. T.inncrsvlllo Is
In tin unillii purl nf Greene county
un tin 1 Ihi.i .iiiil t'utsklil itullroad an'l
a few miles ium nf t.'atsklll.
Inspector IMw.ud I'. Hughes of the
detective bureau who went up 8tate to
tnke active charge of tho hunt, sent
wont earlier In tho night to Commis
sioner Waldo that the chase was
getting warm nnd that the arrests would
certainly bo mode In a few hours. The
Commissioner before leaving Head-
. . ,, . ,
! u""-ra "
' received from his men up State.
1 The detectives at Tannersvlllo having
learned In what hoarding house Lefty
Louie and Gyp the Hlood wero hiding
I stationed the deputy sheriffs assisting
them to watch the roads and paths for
, mts "rouno w.u.e u,cy uiemseiyes
made a ring ubout the house to which
1 they had traced the fugitives. Their
,lf)t word to Police Headquarters wa
that they were confident that they had
trnpped the right men nnd that they
I W0",U "avo and Horowitz,
,n Xpw York to-duy'
At command of Inspector Hughes
boardlnc house to which the cbnse letl
I were watched by the detectives to pre-
. . ....
Vnl n. news at ineir movements tmp-
one to use u telephone In thnt district
without first explaining his business
1 ever, iiini tne nrrangements for the
capture of tho two plstolmcn had been
made and that the detectives expected
to complcto their work by morning.
Deputy Commissioner Dougherty, who
was In constant communication with
Hughes nnd with up-State police chief,
was nt his desk at Police Headquarters
i all last night, nud much of the time he
WU!4 ,,,.., ,h(, ,,mB distance telephone.
, Mr. Dougherty had a surveyor's map
of u,c Tannersvlllo tllstrlct on his desk,
nn(1 rrom 1m r""" ' l''llt, Headquar-
"'is lure, a liuuu.eil nines Jiuill Hie
, scene of the operations of his men. ac-
lively tllrectr.l their work. Ho declined
to give out any news, saying that the
situation was such thnt nny premature
publicity might lie damaging.
ArrcNt of l.mlt Onrnrtl I p
li was known that the arrest of
Whlley Lewis put the detectives
squarely nu the trail of Lefty Louie
nnd Gyp tho lilood. Whltcy Lowls,
who was before Dougherty on Friday,
twisted und squirmed In his attempts
to evade giving out Information, but
ho let slip enough to Indicate the prob
able whereabouts of his friends and
Tannersvlllo Is only u few mllo.s
southeast of Flc Iscliiuaiins in Delaware
county, where IV tectlve Harvey, posing
jUH n farmhand, took Lewis prisoner.
The police have Information now that
Isnm Schepps is hiding somewhere In the
1 Catskllls and not fur from the place
where Lewis wna arrested. Most ot the
men concerned In the murder of Hosen
thal havo been In uctlve communication
with ono unother from tho dny of thu
killing. Before Whltey Lewis tied from
New York nnd sought refuge In the
mountains he wus telephoning to Jack
Hose at Hurry Pollok's home at River
side Drlvo und 157th street.
It Is known that Hose und Lewis dis
cussed the murder as late ns the
Wednesday afternoon nftcr the murder.
Schepps, tho go between for Itoso und
the pistol men. was hero at that time.
At that particular time Hose und
Schepps, and even the Zellg men, seemed
to feel certain that they were Id no
special danger of arrest. Sam Schepps
was walking on Broadway on the utter-
j noon of Wednesday, July 17. The night
before he hnd been with Hose nt Pol
' lok'e house. Horowitz was at Far Hock-
awuy with his family und Whltey Lewis
waa seen by acquaintances within a
block of tho Metropolc.
Took Fright at Beeker'a Order.
It was not until Lieut. Bcckrr sen'
word to Hose tn glva himself up that
the gang took fright. Horowlii'. und
Hosenzwelg hurried to the mountulim
nnd the cunning Schepps left town
hastily. But they received letters and
post ranis from relatives and frlendi
hero ami they wrote news of their
Tlm Federal authorities meanwhile
went actively assisting the police. Km
iitnvees of the General Post Office III
Ilri'iuklvn unit III tills city Welti III
I struetcd to notify Chief Inspector Pur
in::!' hi Brooklyn nml t"hli' liiNpMftnr
Dixon here If leinis inr uorowiij ui
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Ituseimvelg nr Mueller t Whltey Lewlsi
were received, nr If letters to itirmberH
of their fumllles were seen,
Iicputy Commissioner Dougherty
now admits thut he was led to the trail
of the pistol men by means of mvatagei