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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair to-day and to-morrow; rising tempera
ture; slight west and northwest winds.
Detailed weather reports will be found on page II.
pfisc(l Maiding Squad
Aiiain Ninnies Courts
Making It Easy for
ri'lT.S SAM PAI'l. CASK)
)pm;mils Tliorotitrh Inquiry and
Stiv.s Police Are Kendy ,
it. T-reKor nnil other pulleonien '
sent lain the Tenilerlotn to '
Btimblinc hmtse.s eealtf It !
.it kecotne known that ln.-.peitms
iure crafting utnl It hail become
.eees'.ary to ilevlse a plan for ."topplu
Police Commissioner Waldo nude this j
:ulnil.Ion as part nf a lonu statement I
he ;ae out Iat nlphl In ilel'enee of the
J''paiuiU'ill aau ia jus auiuiiiisii.iioni.
He il.-i-.s ieit deny that Katnbllnff houses J
are tannin;;, hut he blames the courts i
for the iNlblonco of sambllnp.
I'.ipt. Waldo deinnmls an Investlsa-'
I-.n of the l'ollce Departniont and says
li.it the department was never better
hie to stand a thorough Inquiry.
'I ikolcnee. he believes. Is hack of the
.it tucks on thu police, and he charKes
i ait old time corrupt policemen who
ue I n cut olT from sources of craft
.! 1 limn Mtu-eitr details haw- been
.- :plmr the tutmblers la an effort to
serrilll the departlliellt.
li-ihirf farther than ever In attacking
courts for cti nilliiK h-nh ney tn tin;
.inhhrs and making It hard for ttie
, ..Ike in s t cldi lice, tin- Oollllllhsioilcr
miniated that corrupt polities, having
...ml .ludes mi the bench, finds
.--tiler ixprissloa In maklns It easy
i naiubletd and In blochlnK police
wot i. .
I'ar f ain Paul.
C. nt. Waldo mention th
who-i. gambling house waa
r.it.i.-d eleven times within n yenr. The
nnmlssluner suggests that an inves
ilu.,tlon to determine why Paul mow
nit on ball an a materia; witness In tho
Koscnthiil murder case) was so leniently
ileal! v'.lli ! th. courts. The Com
missioner s.i- turther that HoM-nthul
began bsiiu.s In West t'ottj-lltin
street with the -ty gambling tools thin
had broil unco cntltiscated hy the police,
but which were returned to the gambler
..y a Municipal Court.
Taking up the P.o.-cnthal case, the
i ommlssloncr points to P.oseuthal's
urlef carter In the Tenderloin and ndds
aat nobody in tho department was :n
inv position to s.-U real protection.
I'u'minlfsloner Waldo nays also that
false Matcment3 have been circulated
.ibotlt his secretary. Winnem i.. nne
ian. The statement follows:
Mr. Wultlo'n Slnlenu-nl.
Allegations of corruption and wrong
doing nn. again b.his circulated usaiiii't
l ii' police of this 1'it.v. The best llllel
ifts of th- public and of the Police l)i
...irtment Its.-if ib tnaiid that a thorough
,nrt Impartial Investigation be made with-
nit delay III inner lain in- num... n
tiy. be bioaght to Justice mid tli.it the
ntitldenee of tho Iieuple bo u-stoivd 111
In- i-ollce. "...
At no time In the history of the d.-
. -tmi-nt lias It 1 n so well prepaiid to
-t.itnl Invciitlgatlon as at present. It run
... shown that ellklen. hi every line
.f ixillce wotk has b-en mateilally In-
i ii"'-it and that gambling has been IHd
..I.- la iheck than ever li'Toir
administration ban ever been so
I 'Hily fie.! from subjeetlon to political
i- .1 other wrongful inllnences. Appoint-tr."-s
and piomotlons have been made,
..ui exception. In th'- older hi v.hlch
' ( I. Ml h the Civil SOI Vice. 111 V ol III -111
i higntiu-uts and transfers lias been
' ly ilhiiln.itcd.
lllniues Hip ( ourl.
...tiling can exlht only beciiif.- tho
i.l-'M can obtain what aiiiounls to
lion fiom thu couits. (iainblers do
. of thu corrupt election work of the
.-Ml p.utles who pluco the Jinllclary
' bench Members of thu Police U--
r.,.-it iouM nut oiitain ginti iioni
1 1. 1 If they did not have tho i-xcu.k-i I'iih.adw.phia, Aug. I, Hy being struck
nnil It vvas a matter of common 1 on the head with a baseball while Meal-!-ilge
that gambling was b-'lng cur-ij1)K Hcrand baso lo-day, John .Iitnes of
mi in a given house they mum not
"i vide nee which tile mints would
1 ' . -i ev.n sullli it-lit pioof oil which
." vvat rants,
iiiblli.s would not In- u police proh
: tl.- louits would iniiviei .1 man of
u on tl..- same evlil'iv-o us they
I ...i,v.. t him of minder or bin glury. )
. under ruiiditinus which ha-e
1 f 'i many jc.ns 111 Now Vork, the
.. nt of the gambling law has b
1 1 t dltllrult and l'-as led to much
-1J I-.1I1IIU be supprefCll without'
; dllih ot ll.e courts.
. 1 iissiiiiie.l chnige of the Police
- ' tit I fills:, d that practically all
' . "itiinll.v till i.rolll.il.l'i v.toiig
th.- putt of tin: pollui WHJ lu
l ereinent of the laws enacted for
' 1. oil or th- puhln mni.ilb. 1
r rrio. ul tie- unlt'o.' med foice,
- i.ipt.ihi", f t f mi any connection
iitoier-m.nt -of tlcsn laws, llnr
.'..'lr .u-tivlty lo Hie JllOteetloil llf
-I propel t mid the iii-seiiitou
and l-oml orili r of ilu- m.
" iy In 111." in. inner tin- vvorl:
.1- In I've hllleail V.IIS collllnicl to'
' ' lien of 11 lino against lif,. nud
I iv this lie mis mine ili.ui
'. ' 1 i.f tin- fm c 1 have l.i 1 11 ie.
' . 11 1 ny 1 until ctloii wild Kuru.
. t .. lonsupii nt opportunities fm-
-lied folic and ttir- ill 11 1 nv. '
..4 .li III - l ,' i of ,i. re
fer the eliforei IIH-nl nf t ,..
..' 1 r . -1 .i i-t 1 1 rs win- then nutl
1 iioiild )... held pet -otiali)
t 11 Hi" erifouelllelil of till.
'- I' 01. I". -M.
"II I I'll- lllpni tl'l III!
1 'i. v.lihi.iii .ill. H.u
' 1 " 'i 11 ill' it..f in !
II ml 1 I II th I'lli'f
horse bolts in coney crowd,
Itiin tlnnrlrr of it Mile anil Iiilnri'
Three I'l-mmis, itr . i-r In u 1 .
Throe pfrsotis were Injured, two i.
Un. in an- In tlif Coney I sin ud H jiiilt.il. j
when ii filghti m-d horse tan away In'
Surf uu'iiiii', I'niwj Island, lut v-1
I'rnnk C. Aliliutt. '.'7 jenis i.lil. nf ,
115 Thlrtcinth street, l.nng Island City,
lnul Ills skull ami IhriK nf lilt rids
fractured. Ills wife, Mnty Abbott, It. i
sulTotlng with sov.-ti. outs and bruises ,
nliniit her lirnil ami shoulders. Anton i
1 litem. Tit Vo.ll.1 i. til i.- 111.! KKlli l
". i.Kki.i vr -.mi i,..,i his,
I Ill-Ill I (.'tit opt'll. llllt 111? WHS able tl) gll
til Ills homo.
''H' nccldout neiuirod at dusk wlii-ii
Surf iiveuun was crowded, .tucob
VIiv-nti-ln, a furniture mover nf !'
I'titon nvi'iiiu-. Itrouklyn, who had been
cult dtlvlng 111 ii light buggy, hail just ,
-topol his horse before a hitching !
im.l mi Surf uvi-nii-- m-iir Tenth street. 1 I'nlted States Steel l.'iirpnratliin will bo
As soon us In- nllrhinl tn tic up tin-1 introduced In the House to-morrow by
horse the animal bolted ami imod down ijoprrsentative Statil.-y of Kentucky,
the crowded nvc-uue . . - . , . ......
Carriages, automobiles i,n, pedes-1 0,mlrm,m "f "" ' vUX ''"mltt.-e .that
trlnns parted to tight anil Ion tu utvi- ' l"'l''1 the atTalra of the s,irel ( orpora
the rtinawa n clear path. Abbott ami ! lion. Thin hi a personal measutc anil
lil wife were the tlrst tn lie hit anil
hntll went ilown togotlie'-. Ahhntt wnu
picked up unconscious. (Jrcen Wis (hen
Mounted Policeman Stahl nf th
Coni'y Island station overtook t.ie run
away nt -West Slxtionth .ti1it nn.l
brmicht tin- hotse tn a hall nbiml a
iiu.irti-i- of a mile from where It h.ul
taken frlnht. Wlppensti-ln not a sum
Coney Island police ei.ttrt this momln
mons from Stahl to nnne.ir a the
MONTENEGRINS STORM TURKS.
I'lilHlln- Illoi'Ulion-e lit Mnjt.mnt
nmt Kill I'lftj In flu-lithm.
l-rri,il I'ai.tf lir,iitr'i to Tin: Si v
Cr-TTIN-Ji:, .Moiit.'iu-itrii. Auc. I. I!e
ports of serious lUhtlnt; at JIoJ!;ovatK,
on the TurMth-Miintuni-Krlti frontier.
re.ithed here ye-denl.iy. U N Ptated
that the Turks lecelilly put Up earth
I works ii the Monti iii-Kro skle. wheie
tipon .Monteneitihi troops were pnsti d
npimslte tlie werks and a protect w.ts
sent to the Turkish location here.
There was no disturbance until the
Turks tired upon the Montem-m hvi,
killlni; two of them. Then the Mnnte
neKrin troops, supported by the civil
lasi iopulatlon, niaiic a furious attack
on the Turks.
The llchtlm; w.m kept up durliif: the
da., eiullni,' with tin- .Mitilcui rlns sue
eessfully Hnt-inliiK the Turkish position,
r.ipturlm; the earthworks and dcatloy
Inw a Turkish blocklioiie.
I'll ly Turks and a dozen MonteneR.
rlns were killed.
DROPS DEAD IN SUNDAY SCHOOL.
iiii-rliiieii,i-nt VnlU nit He I'lnNhrn ,
Ilepeiillnu Ciitlilrii 'l'i-l.
iLKi.'smr.RK, Pa.. Aug. A. When
.11. 1111 P. Williams, superintendent of
the Plrst Prchbvieriau Sunuay School,
Klnu-'inii, called the school together
in r.vlevv to-duv he repeated th. words
of the tiohl.-n To:t; "Mck ye llr.t the
kingdom of lind and Ills righteousness:
and all these things shall be added
Seaic'ly hail the word left his lips
hi fore he reeled and droppid to his
kncis. Then he dropped over on his
back, nud the scholars were terror
strkken. Ills daughter fainted.
.Members of the sihool ruhed to his
assistance and It was drovered that
I the words of th'- Colder) Test were his
He was ."4 years old. Heart failute
' was the cau-e of death.
TAFTS OFF FOR WESTERN TRIP.
.MW Helen mill Itoliert -peml
MiNNKvi-oi.is. Aug. I. MIsm Helen
Taft and Hobrrt Taft, daughtfr and son
of the Pri sldent, visited Minneapolis
to-day and h ft to-night fi r Cil.iclcr
National Pari; for a tluee Weeks tour.
Through tin- vigilance of tlnlr host
lltld hostess, Piesldeiit and Mrs. fieorge
Ik Vincent of the Minnesota Cnlverslly,
ah-,thev enjoyed a day of quiet pleasures.
Ill the paity beside the Tufts life;
I.loyd W. J lowers, son of the late Solici
tor Ceneral, and Paul Harp-r. son of
the late President Harper i the I'm.
veivlty of Chicago. Mrs. Vincent aed
her two daughtorn. Irabelia and ,lo -.
phlne, will accompany the pariy on the
KILLED IN BASEBALL GAME. I
IMilltiili'lphln Athlete lilt liy llnll
Sli-iiling Scciinil II11 .
Kighth and Oxford streets was so seri-
ously injured that lie died in the Women's
lIoinnsip.'iHiio Hospital. James was a
member nf the I'nited (ins Improvement
Company team and was widely known as
Ho had made n sniu-liiiig -ingle and gone
to first base. He dashed Tor second.
Tho catcher made a swilt throw and th"
ball struck James on the head
He fell and his companions carried him
to the bench' and tried to revive him.
Then they icalized he was seriotinly in
jured and had him taken lo tho ho-pitnl,
His skull was rrarturod und ho died
before nn operation could bo performed.
TAFT TO STAY AT HIS DESK.
Ant llrlui'ii In llrirrly With
Mrs. 'la ft nnd Ills son.
Wvsiiim.to.v, Aug. 4. -President
"pent u quiet Sunday,
callers. Willi bin sou Charles he at
I i-nili-il sen leu at All Souls Ciillarliui
Chimb thin morning and .Mrs. Tail at
leinli'd Si, .lolin's I.pl.scopal Church as
Tin I'n shli nt mid Mrs. Tuft vw nt
out I'. 1- a drive this aiteruoon und dined
111 home alone. Mrs, Tnft and Chinles.
who dine down from their summer
In. tile at I loverly, Mass., In attend the
iinilili .iiii.ii 1 i remouli-s 'thursday, will
n tin 11 Tut "day,
Tli" IV -Id. ut does not intend ut
litci'iit ! ii nn tin in or lo Inn vi Wnh
lilt toll nil .11- tllp until Hie clnse of
1 '.ingress, pii".mliig tint tho session
will l.c himiMii in an 1 nd within two
i r llil'e wi ls,
YORK, MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1912. Copyrloht. 1912.
ot in i ri nrrrno OTrn 1
DISSOLUTION BILL TO-DAY
Mcioiirc Would Hilt' Holding
('oiiipniiics From Doitiir In
II M I Ts vTOfk OWV V. IfSlI 1 1
poiiMtr t ritit'ises J'neo l-lxiuy
ns ISciii".- in Afford With
littll Moose Itlen.
... ... , .,. .. .
u A.-lltNiTrnv. .Mar. l.A bill thai
would compel tin1 dissolution nf tho
not one from the Stanley loinnilltce.
The bill piopoen ptlmarlly to pro
hibit holdli's companies ftotii oncitRlns
In lilterstat-i trade. It wast drafted
Jointly by representative Stanley and
Hubert It. Heed i-f New York. Cor
porations enuaced 111 tho Iron and steel
trade are speclllcally mentioned In the
Stanley bill, which, however, applies
to all corporations, dolus bus!ne?s be
tween the States.
Tin- bill lnys down cer'iiln rules with'
which corporations tntiit comply as a ,
eondltlon psecedent to opeiatlnn hi In-i
lerhlute commerce. It i. iirovlded. '
anions other thlncs. that the capital .
Muck of a corporation idtall be fully
paid or payable in cash or In property
or In serlc-. -i at not h-j than tho fair
Ano-her pi'iiN!in I that no corpora
tion thall hae powu- by Its charter
or ntheruiM- tn i-eiUho or hold 1th
own slock or the Mink of any other
corporation or asi'oclation. Interlock
ing dlreetorati-s aie Inieidlcted. There
Is ii prohlliltlon acalust Inilti3trl.il cor
porations op.-ratlnK or lontrolllm; tran-
.....!-. It..., ll.,nU
V II...H..I I iilwr.i1 nn t..r nmillinl
ot stock that an owner, i.tlhrr or dlr-c-
tor of one corporation t-i,i;. hold In n
competing corporation. Yin; hiil fur-
ther ptiivides that where two or more
' corporations were on August 12. HO 2.
combined In ownership by tiie holding of
their stork bv nnother corporation the
combination shall b- disintegrated.
The constituent corporation would
lli'-n ho required to comply with the
legulatlons pntcrlb.-d by the bill. This
provision vviitild hit the steel (.orpora-1
In discussing the measure Represen
tative Stanley declared the Democratic
par'y h(. opposed to the principle of
legalizing monopolies, a principle that
In- charges Is in-uulited in the minor
ity report of Hi.- rteel cnmniltti e pre
pared by Hepiesetitatlv es (lardner of
Massachusetts and Pjr.f"-lh of New
Vork. Mr. Stanley attacked the (lary
Pcrklns price nlng tlaory Indorsed
by Cardii.-r and iMnforth
"(.'e'-taiu members of the minority of
tin- steel committee," .Mr. Stanley said,
"propose to control corporations nnd
cure abuses by the creation of a bureau
cratic pike fixing 'commission of Indus
it y" which shall have power to Incor
porate and tn license 'goisl trims' nfter
tin y have pas-ed a sort1 of secret service
examination before another I'ederal bti
, 1 rati, "an Interstate commission of In
i dustry." In this they are In perfect ac
cord with tho Hull Mooso Idea of Ted
1 era 1 control. President Taft. however,
has criticised thLs price fixing commis
sion, advocated by ilarv, Perkins and
others, a.s 'State soclall.-iiu.' "
Mr. Hu d also commented on the bill, '
taking occasion to criticise Col. ltoose- .
veil's stand on the nuestion of r.-irula- '
Hon nf corporations.
bill," ho Mild "emphasizes the
fact Hint the elimination of monopoly
Is possible and Imminent. Mr. Hoosevclt
In advocating lbs contlnuunce by law Is
In effi ct ndvocatlrig Its creation by law.
He places himself by the side of tho
royal favorites of Hllzalulh, who ob-
mined their crown monopolies upon tip; ,
pretence of public benefit.
"It Is an old traud and a plain one.
it means tint socialism nut an oligarchy
of I'rcsldi ntlal r.ivotltCH controlling the
business of the country. Ik-nllomy of
production la economy to the people
only when competition Is preserved. Tho
proposed Stanley bill restores co.npell-
nun iiivii.fui sun lining loose I'cnu
SPRECKELS HEIRS IN ROW ?
.May lie lleoprnril
iuvs iif llnwtill.
Sa.v r-'ias'i'isco, Aug. 4. A despatch
from Honolulu says that legal repre
sentatives of John I), and Adnlph II.
Spreckels recelvrd cable orders to-day
I to protect their clients' Interests lu a
pah- which Is pending there of prop
erty of the late Claus Spreckels, valued
ut about .".UO.OOO.
Tin deal has all been arranged for
the sale of Hi" property, but this may
no iiiociiiii uy legal union oy me
Spri-ckcls brothers, It Is said. It Is re
ported In Honolulu, says the despatch,
Unit tin- whole Spreckcla will contest
may be fought out again under the.
laws of Hawaii.
The feillng between John D. and
Adolph nn one sido and Hudolph and
C, Augustus Spreckels on the other has
been bitter for years and was not soft
ened hy Hie result of the litigation re
cently decided in San I-'ranclsco.
John U. and Adolph were declared
by the court to be equal sharers In the
eduti of their father with tho other
two In. .Hills and the sister, although
they had received largo sums from
their father during his lifetime.
ARREST ENGLISHMEN AS SPIES.
I'lve I liiirlolli'il ul ltli-1 for Pliiitii
uriiihlim sinmlliin; SI11111I,
.iirn.il Cil.le Itmintrh to Tim Si x
1li.iu.iN, Aug. 1. I'lvn Englishmen who
arrived IimIiv nt Kekenifmil" nn a ytu-ht
fiom i'o)i-nhagi.;i were arn-nted on sus
picion nl espionage while they worn
photographing a naval shooting stand.
I liKV are in prison ut Kiel.
EX-PROFESSOR STOLE $250,000.
liieiilt tl, linllirle. rret-il
I'Dliii, l.iiiitrtl lloiueiiK o(
fllTi-AJo. Auk. I. .lacob I'.
In I'll I
tolii'Ki- graduate and at one time n prn
f. Pfior In the Lane. Technical School,
who was arrested yesterday chaiKed
with burglary and fori;ery, was pro
nounced Insane by physicians tri.day.
Doctors say he Is a confirmed klepto
maniac with an Im.-iclnallon llred by
constant tcaillim of detective stories.
Altogether the police found tiboul
?H."i),iioii worth of iilolen thltiRH In
fltithrle's lildlitK places. There wan Iota
of Jewelry, fllnlnury and books with
valuablo blndltiKit and luon.e and Ivory
aiitliiieM in an old barn that (itithrle hau
rented nnd where he stored his loot. '
lie never utletupteil to sell any of til'-1
thhiKH he had stolen. j
Me rays he has considerable money I
of his own which was not stolon. j
lie f-'olo the bank hook of Mis. l'.Mn
WINon irom her home and took 311.
si'H of her account by rot-Ring check-.
.Mf WINon m abroiid, hut upon her
return twenty.-totir days after the n,ih
bery put tip- rase In V.v hands of d"-
'-t.,.. .1... ,l..i ... I I i'u r..t.i,il llw.t irt.
,.... i:... it.,, t. ......f.Mor
l.iithrhi l-i niih- LH. had lieon reculmh ,
entering tin- lionv-s of wealthy Clilcn-
goans and walking off with their1
valuables ur.ihr tin- eyesof the police. .
lie iiur.seii 'ays' lie iuuik i.e is in-sail--,
and blames Wall Street and
rp'-eul 'lions there for hla tall. I
Piled up at lk-ailit:niter.s here are
diamonds. sapphlriH. ropes of pi-arl.
..ii .. .i... ...
I'll-!.-. ."-Oil, '111 I'l imii. IIH 11',-OllL 111
C.uthrlrs nlrfht adv.-iuuref. and com-,
prising wn.it finer or n.-ieauc-s liaipin
says Is ih" most valuable collection of
stolen goods hi- has si on hi hi-: Ion-'
EIGHT SPILLED FROM AUTO.
Whole I 'miii 1 1- Hnllril Out. lull
. line ti Much Hurl.
Aii .t itotnobile going north on llarne?
avnitie. The llronr. at 11 hvly clip last
night sfrurk th tear wheel of another
m.ichino nt :iti!h street and hurled it
over on it- side, spilling the occupant b
out on the road .None of them was sen-
-1- .... . ...- n ..1 t.. ,1... 1-..
"ioh-iw, .ii -ii.iuin-i ii III iin.-.-lll iciv
of William Stall or :t17 Carpenter avenue,
The lironx. was alone in tli machine,
which was speeding up Rimes avenu?
The automobile he struck was owned
and operated by Kranci- X. Way.eter. a
carpenter, who lives at "Js IlroiiNWuod
avenue. With him in tho oar were his
son, Anthony, Mrs. Mary Woytusiak, 10
years old. flfi'l Knt ;oth street; lier son,
Oeorge, 5 year.-, old; her daughter, Hegina,
3 yours old, Michael Kurovvskl, 30 yeirs
0ld. 103 St. Marks place. Manhattan; his
life, Kva, ;s year old, anil Atolina Litow.
ski, a nure, S3 Wiiitestono nvenue. White
stone, I,. I,
Uangelo slopped and helped bystand
ers pick up the occ-ip.ints of the Wareter
car. Ur. Oakes or 37:11 White Plains uve
nue had all the Injured taken to his odlcc.
Then they went to their homes.
BATES AUTO III CRASH.
.Vlnri'lMiii! n, , .1.. I'nrfy Hseniirn
Injur? .Man In Other Inr Hurl.
riTTsKiKi.il. Mass., Aug 1 -An auto
mobile in which Mr and Mrs. Harry Ogden
Hates Jr., nnd t!iir guest, Mi-s Knid S
Wiltnenling of Now Vork, were en route
for this city thi- afternoon was run into
by nnother automobile, driven by Arthur
O'Hrien of Pittsfi.-ld. near Dalton.
Jn tho collision tlio cor driven by O'Hrien
I swerved out of the highway and' plunged
1 down an embankment and was wrecked.
I Thomas McCloud, an occupant, was badly
, Mr. Hates' car vvas badlv damaged.
"le occupants was nun. .Mr.
' uliM H n Nephew of Senator W. Murray
1 runo aim a son 01 .Mr and .Mrs. II U.
j Hates of Morristown, N. J.
CHICAG0 MAY ESCAPE STRIKE.
Triielliin Cumimillea Agree In Mill
nit In ArlillrHllon.
ClIH .vfio, Aug I. - Hope of adjtt-lment
of the differences of the 11,000 employees
of traction companies in Chicago and thu
roads and the prevention of a general
of surfaeo' transportation fta-iliiles
hrlehtar to.nl -bt nh..n ii ..
I iiiiiiolmcisl bv eninnimv nniei.ilu flm! th.iv
j would submit to arbitration the demands
I of n, tor iPri.WMi ,w..c.m d
changed working conditions.
' i A clause phslging the union to nrbitrn-
tiou is included in tho expired conlrart,
and arhi'rution ns n means of adjusting
. dillirulties nUo is favored in the constitu
tion of the orgauir-ntinii.
DOG LEADS TO SLAIN GIRL.
Imprint or Vino's Klngi-is on 'I' h runt ,
of l'eiinlvniiln Mini,
WAMil.sr.iON, Pn., Aug. I. - A iiosse
bnadetl bv SliiirifV it. C l.nrtnti U sj.urr-h. I
lug for 11 man who choked 10 death '
eighteen.year-olil iVIia I'liuk of the j
village of Manifold, near hen
At noon to-day n Newfoundland doc, ;
(iu. girl's pet
led the father to a tree, in a
' ravine, when, the body wes found. On 1
her throat were the finger prints of a man's
left hand. In her tight hand was ian
uf a man's necktie,
1 From the Impiint on the girl's throat, 1
detectives believe her assailant can lie;
STEAMER ANlf PIERBURN.
' I'aptnln 'I'nkes In Wnler, lint l-'lre-Ml
li 11 I MUkIiik.
I EuzAr.titit Ctrv, N. C, Aug. I The
explosion or a lump on hoard the steamer
Virginia pra;:ilc,iy caus.sl the destruo-'
tion of the vessel und the Norfolk
' Slriol li.i I'll 1,1.. r l I.I..1. ulw. -na l,.l
Ihis morning. 'There were no passenger . IXT
on board, and it is believed i thu crew w.,.Hti
escapisl, iihhough a Hrcman is nilssing. u tH Vt-ported lu Juarez that On.
Cupt. Williams wan asleei in his cabin Hidazar Intends to inarch north to a po
when the lire was discovered and it had Isltlon west of Juarez, where (Jen. urozeo
gained such headway before ho awakened
lhat ho hud lo leap oVei board In hlsuight- j
I.iicleii Wiilsln Itlen In I'nrU.
fpetM blr Dftfatth In Till! Sl'.x
P.uits, Aug. 4, I.iicleii Wulsln of Cin
cinnati Is dead.
by the Sun Printing and PnbUMnp Auociation.
Xtnv York Deleffnto at Large
Tells Why They Should
IMiA TFOHM FOH Sl'FKHAiiK
Oilier Women of Delegation ;
Huy at lleadqnartors Tn
Auto Parade To-day.
iiii.:o, Aug. I. Miss Mary I'. Dtler.
on,, of tlie four delegates at large, wui
an ohiect of interest about the New
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f.rf.ntt itoint tn.il-i-. I!-s Dreler is trio
tlrst woman deleaa'e at larso. to attend
a real political national convention, nnd
elected to be one of the big
four from New
York State from among
proniln'-nt women who were
aspirants for the honors.
sho was not Inclined to-day
tl,t. honor which has been
'in stowed upon her as a representative
l woman and as a leading advocate of
, "I believe In action
"and not word."
said Mlf? Drelcr,
When messed for her views "he r
. ,t .1 1. .
I'" ty consented to dlsciifs the work
..i- .1.. . . ...ll..n..t ...iti'ftnt Inn from '
of the coming national convention from
tiie vli'wuoliit of the women.
"If the propo.-ed platform of the Hull
Moosf party Is adopted,' said Miss
nteler, "there Is every reason why the
a omen of the country Bhould Join it.
Not only does It pTnpofO to give thu
people the Initiative, referendum and
recall, thereby making tho ballot a more
powerful weapon, and making It pos
sIMo lor the will of the people to bo
more dearly expressed, but It gives tlvj
vote tn tin- women, iccosnlzlng the
fundamental fact that women and nun
together have the right of participating
in fur. irtiv'r.i-iiiiii'i.L 111111 111- ,-.ii.....j
1.. .,..,....,.r,..rt 1111. 1 lire enllallV re-
."...?. n,i ,1,,., ..vl-t.
Ill in-- v, . . - .
liZ " ,l'a w.n, soffrace It gives !
...... ...... .. ... . '
n programme of economy und inuusiriai
reconstruction which will go n long dls-1
tance towatil Industrial democracy. ;
wiitrli ioejin lr. Its nnnl analysis in-
It Is because for
the tlrst time thehe requirements of
fundamental democracy are recognized
in- ii cr.-iit nollt c.il nariy bee vse uir
the first lime thu requirements
01 our ow n iiino n n. v ....... .
In Its plntform that tho women wno
want to ti.- the vote to right the ttr
1 rlbly wrong conditions thnt exist should
Join this third party.
I "The Hull Moose platform will bo
' different from the IVmocrntlc nnd Itc
' publican platforms because tho men and
women who at" behind It Intend that
Its words be translated into rralltles.
for they believe this a crusade, not a
campaign, a crusade to establish soclul
nnd Industrial righteousness."
The New Vork Slato women in attend
ance upon tin-National Progressive con
vention In nn otllclnl rapacity besides
Miss llrcler are Miss Prances A. Kellnr
of Hrooklyn. 1111 alternate delegate ut
large; Mrs. William (Irant Hrown nnd Miss
Pauline Ooldmark. delegates from New
Vorn 1 ounty; Miss Clara Morrison nnd
Miss Madeline 7.. Doty, alternates from
Now York county, and Mrs. Hot-ort II.
Illder. an alternate from Kings.
Ml Dreier is president of the Women's
Trade L'nion laguu-in Now York city.
Mi-s Kellur is 11 lawyer nnd a worker in tho
' field of bettering industrial conditions
) for women. Mrs, Hrown has the distlnc
! tion of having been tho llrst New Vork
State woman chosen as a delegate to a
real political convention. She bus been
' prominent in public affairs participated
in by women and i now the president of
tho New York City l ederntiono; women s
Miis (ioldtnark is interested with Mrs.
l-'Iorenoe Kelley in flm work of the Con
sumers IieagU" in Now Vork city.
Mrs. Elder has been especially promi
nent in woman sutTrugo aiTuirs in Now
York State nnd has done much valuablo
work beloro the New York Ktato Legisla
ture in advocating a const itutionnlumend
"H-ut giving the women the right to vot
' Mi Morrison is 11 siter-iti-law of
. n w...i...it ux, m..
Timoihy Woodruff. Miss .Morrison, Mts.
Hrown and Mrs. Elder to-day were des
ignated as assistant secretaries in the
New York State headquarters in the Con
gress Hotel and were constituted a com-
tnltteo to enroll the women in attendance
at tho loiiveiition in tho Koosovolt movo
meut. They were asiigneil desks in tho
New torn Mate noanquaners ami went;
to work at once, keeping busy till duv and I
stopping but a few moments Tor luncheon.
The two score women delegates are to
be driven in atitomobihs to the Coliseum
convention hall at the opening session
to-morrow und win ne escorted nv a
band and the Chicago woman sulTniglsts.
Mrs. Itaymoud Itobbins or Cliicugo
and Mis Eleanor Harrison or Hoston.
representing the Woman' Journal, tho
organ of tho National Woman Suffrugo
Association, have the arrangements for
the woman's parade in charge und expect
a big demonstration.
REBELS RECAPTURE GUNS.
Defeat Mrxlciin tiov eriimenl Troop
T;u Paso, Te.x., Aug. 4.-Tlie Mexican
lebels have recaiituied the field pieces
which tin- Kedernls took fiom tliem In Hie
battle of njltos lu western Chihuahua
caily In the week. The retaking of the
guns tool; pl.u-o In a light lu-nr Corralltos
S.ituid.iy attii'iiooii when the 1-Vdcrnls
iiiiiiIi- an attempt to get betwetn thu lebcl
loiuiniinil of Inez Hiil.iz.ir at Cum a
I (Irandes 111. il the. he.uhUi
1 'I'll" fUlltltlg lllStl'll fol
It-Ms at .liiutci,
unj the .luarez force will Join him, nud
that the track of the rebel main army
Into Solium will be westward close tn
und parallel with tho I nlted States
boundary south of the southern edge of
New Mexico und tlzona. Orozco Ih still
In .luui'cZi'hul says he will evacuate thu
town In a few duya.
DOCTOR WITH MRS. ASTOR.
! 'I'n II r mill ii nt
I he I'lflli .ti-nni-Clillil
Nome l iilll
.Mrs. Madoleluo l-'orco Astnr. ucaom-
panled by Mls.-i Ncsbltt, her nurse, tool:
an automobile rido early last evening
through Central Pari;, returning to th.
home nt SI2 I'lfth avenue, at ; :10 '
At ID o 'dor-Is Or. V.. H Cnighi arrived
at tin.- homo with a number of vail--.
Ho. declined to ill-ictisi the mutter, but it I
in understood ho will remain at tho homo '
until the expected arrival of tin; Astor
child takes place. (
AVIATOR BEACHEY INJURED.
'cr.he. ii iipi,,r Afirr i-iuht1
nt Cmtul ItntiliN, ?lleh.
Hatti.u CnGKK, 5Iich.. Aug. I-Hillerj
' ll.tnr.l,.... 11 !.... 11... I.. .. l.l,. , I
.. r.v..v iiti i.i HJ! , ny ill it i i iiiu.,1 i.uii
"Itlon at Nichols l.liMpltal in I hU city
I machine crashed Into u licnliotiM) to.d.iy.
.... . . . J
! He Is HtifTering from a broken shoulder-
hone, fracture of hij legs antl arm-and n
long Rash in his foroloud. Hunchey hml !
t-ngino trouble when m iking a flight nnd
he headod th" machine for the ground
Tho machine alighted gracefully and sped
rapidly nlong the gro-ind in the direction
' a '''fi'1 w'r' f'W 'nd a group of liirits,
A low second- after the watching crowd
saw the machine touch the ground they ,
heard a crash nud liuichoy wa-t buried
tuiUer tho wreckage or his niaclntui. which l tar.cr to-day. O'lt of a mop.H of Juin-demoli-shod
a large henhouse. 1 bIcil detai: tl.t. features of n complete-
TO WRITE BULL MOOSE MUSIC.
Melo.ly or ihr Cnmpaluit.
tho composer, arrived at th-.' Congress'
from New Vor'c tn.nliil.t u. r.ttend ili
Natlonal I'rogresilve ronventlon. Mr. inounr the Eekctlon of former Senator
Aronson componeii the official campaign ' Hcverldge of Indiana aa the temporary
tnarche for Hoosi-velt hi I MM entitled chairman. After Mr. Hevcridgc's speech
"Our President.- and for Tnft In ltJS t)l0 commlttem on resolutions nnd cro-t-ntltlel
-ilie Man ot the Hour " dentlals will be appointed. Tho convon-
"My loyalty and admiration of Col. I , , ,
Iloo--evelt and his principles art' uutlinch-, llon wl" ,llc" a0uf'1 a es"lot.
ing" ho Ki Id. "I am to write and dedicato questing ex-Presldent ltooscvelt to ad
to him thu words nnd inuslo lor orchestra I drcps the convention on Tuesday.
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l, ctirmnfr nmnlo ..f l.,. ...... r... I.-.. I
ul" Mirnng events or tho campaign. I
"k l".lry " tho theutricalnrid
muylcnl folks to stand by Hoosove t.
TTnn cunnT paptt ATtrrn
AllilUttO SHUU1 AC, UliiK.
nystmiilrr I Worst Woumlril
Fight Over I'olltlen.
1 MoBEnt.v, Mo.. Aug. 4. John N. Uam-
f - uion. ennor 01 me iiuntsviiie lit raid,
Vnn Duels, editor of the Hunts
vtltr. Tfinr. ntr:i(reil In 11 nlulr.1 .IiiaI
over politics at Huntsvllle. Itamlolph
county seat, to-day. 1
Hamilton was shot In tho right arm
hy Davis and Davis was shot in tho
hip by Hamilton.
Several shots were fired, one of which
struck n bystander, Allen Gunn, the bull
entering his body Just below tho lunrt.
He Is thought to be In a serious condi
tion. It Is frnrcd that the trouble Is not
ETNA AGAIN IN ERUPTION.
lOnrthquukr Kollan Iiik Ynlcniiii'ii
Activity Frlnhfrn Hclllnnx.
Spreinl Cable linimtch to Tun Six.
Home, Aug. 4. Mount Ktna is again in
raronttrm Urn ciiinl.'.! nnil la..o I.....!.. A
suddenly burst forth from tho crater last
night. Several earthquakes, ono of them K,"3 ' " '.' "T
sevore, followel the eruption and aroused I w,m 1 , 1,0 Jl,s "nMtf hfit In
tho population or Catania, who the Hepubllcan and Democratic national
into the streets panicHtricken. v '.!",eK.!ln o, . aa
. ,!, i.... 1 , , Nearly all the States have responded
JL ri?iTa. f hmoli,Ta, lo the call far more generously than
I T ZFl cmcr.at inUlday and u , tcrm3 r !rP- Fop lnstancc, Co
tT ,i! oponed on tho northoast I ncc,tout. with five Congress district,
side or tho motmtaln. throwing out lava La two rnItP(1 statog Sl.nnt0rs, would
and hot stones. At present thiro seems', ,0 rntme(i uruier tho call to seven
n uk iiu uiuiKer iruiu 1110 uisiuruance.
ABTIST AND WIFE ARRESTED.
Hrfaip tn Kxplaln Shout Iiik In Pblln
Plf XLADKLPHf a, Aug. 4. Elmer .'ones,
artist, who has been associated with the
teaching roroo nt tho Academy or Fine
Arts for suver.il years, ami his wifo wen
. . . , 1 , ,
arrested early to-day jif er six revolver
slioth had awakened their neighbors at
' JUrimIi"J?t nmV aUrlc e7tho
V1, , ' ,, attr.taeu tho
- - -
.Mr. und Mrs. Jones wero taken to I ity
llnll. wlinrn 1 . u-iitiiiiii wfi ii1ln.-..l f..'
occupy the matron's room and Jones was
placed in a cell.
At the hearing before Magistrate M,,o
Farland Mrs. Jones said the shooting
was "merely to insure peace in the house
hold." Jones also refused to talk of
,hr. nfrir, Tl(,y w,.ru compelled to fur
nish $300 hall.
tJftTTPr OITPTT T UT w BTnT
Oflleem llniile with Hun -
Ire its nt IMItshnr. MeeilnK j"d women with very pronounced nnd
Pin-sHum Vutr 4 The mo.intr.,1 ,. rmllcal twWnnn of popular government,
Ike were cali Toui InrSlSS c-lergymcu of nil denominations settle-
district this afternoon to quell a Ho V',"1 "T.s" "u,frWotte?' "ro" ' ,ltl0"
tinit .,..i,i .,iin n, .. .ii ' IIh nnd others with views nkln to
that was sturted when the police under
took to stop tin open nlr meeting of the
Industrial Workers of the Win Id.
More thun lO.uoo people surged about
a portable platform nnd hundreds
fought with the
police. Several patrol 'I'11'11. tm" reeling of opposition to the
died tu the scene and!0'11 I"1'-"" n omo " drastic
wagons were rushed tu the scene nnd
more than two score persons were ar
rested and charged with disorderly con
duct. The mounted men broke up tho
gathering, but not before many heads
were rapped with riot sticks.
HIGHWAYMEN SHOOT MERCHANT
Coiinretlent Man ninl Clerk llont
Holihcr llraplle Wound,
New I.osno.s, Conn., Aug. I, Melvln
Mason, n murketman, was shot early
to-day in an encounter with three high
waymen on the pike west or Nlantlc,
Despite ills wound he and his clerk.
William Messenger, put up such n stiff
light that the robbers were routed.
Mason and Messenger were In u
wagon when the trio pounced upon
them from n (lump of bushes. After
I he light Mnsiin walked lo his home,
telephoned for n surgeon and had the
Sheriff Hrown and his denudes
onrr.li.ul for llin 1 1,1-..,. mm, i.ll.ln,. lint
none was captured.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
All Other Features of n Com
plete National Convention
Are. at Chicago.
1,200 ARE DELEGATES
Nearly Every Stnte Has
Exceeded Its Allotted
PI T XF.OIJOKS IT TO T. It.
Colonel Will Have to Decide tho
Contests and Throw Out. the
CntuAoo, Aug 4 The N'atloual Pro
gressive party, headed by Col. Uoosf.
velt. nnd known also as th? Hull Mooj?
party, begun tn take on form nr.d sub-
I national onM-tilion are appearing.
' The first session of this convention Is
to be held In tho Coll.-cum, whero I'-rcsl-
dent Tnft wa. renotnlnateJ. nt noon to
morrow, senator uixon. cnairman oc
the provlrlonal National Committee, Is
can me eonvenuon 10 oruer onu aii-
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committee on resolution:), with Dean
, KhcUwyv ,lt Columbia University. -
1 , , - , , , , ,. ,.
- closrj personal friend of Col. Hooseve't,
I will turn Its attention to framing the
1 platform on which Hoosevclt Is to run
tor the Presidency, and which will rcp-
1 resent tho views of nil classes of tiru-
' gresslves who have joined the new
The committee Is to bo peppered with
nil sorts nnd conditions of planks rep
resenting tho personal Idcns und desires
'ot M,mo ot ,'1,c moraMciil mltuls In the
country. Dean Klrchwey said tho view
of all lirogiesslves In the new party nro
to be listened to with attention and con
sideration. There Is to bo no stltlitig
of suggestions or ideas. The platform
must represent concretely tho views nf
all citizens In the new party who be
lieve that conditions under tho two old
parties are adverse to the demnnds of
1 tho American people.
The delegates from nil the States save
South Carolina nio In the Held to-night.
1 Nearly nil the States have opened head
! quarters In the various hotels. In every
respect tho nspects of a great national
I convention have been assumed. Tho
. New Yorkers, the Callfornlnns und the
! Pennsylvanlans have the finest head
I quarters. The original call for this con
vention stated thal.it was to consist
nf mc mrInbl'r fnm "ich Congress dls
delegates. Instead, Connecticut has
I sent forty-nine delegates, who In the
proceedings of tho convention will be
' entitled to nno-seventh of a voto each.
The same situation prevails In New
Vork. Pennsylvania, Missouri, Massa
chusetts, California, nnd nearly all
Senator Olxon, after going over tho
credentials to-night, asserted that there
..in uc i..vu iien-ti.iie.-, ill inc euilcii-
, ,, WIJllM u (Jln,cllU task to
, ,. ......noannr,. llf ,,, rn -mi
....III l. 1 .ll .l..l....... I.. ,1... ......
1 , "T T""?! "f ro" f0"
( lly In llmt. f0P the opening session
.Senator Dixon rather believed that
1 ,.1,,,.. tJ. .,.. , .4 lllub
1 .. in, n, i!i-mi,.a iiir. ..in,.ini rr,,.r.
. .. . .. n. . .
sentatlves from all the States who are
to participate In this convention will
number l.nOO. Senator Dixon reiterated
that each and every delegato nnd nl
teinato had paid his own expenses vol
untarily und In this statement George
W. Perkins of New Vork coincided.
The makeup of the delegates and
alternates to this convention resembles
what political historians havo recorded
concerning tho complexion of tho first
I llepubllcnn convention hold In 185G.
' There nru many long hairs here, men
The personnel of the delegates Is
truly remarkable. Tho earnestness,
thu direct purpose, thu Intensity of
There developed to-day n feeling to
tho effect that the National Progres
sive party should demonstrate In some
way thnt Col. Theodore Koosovolt Is
not all there Is to the party, nnd while
ho happens to bo nt tho moment tho
man with tho force nnd energy to
represent the exigencies of the situa
tion, many of thu delegates begun to
expiess opinions to tho effect that If
there is any weakness to their party
movement It Is Ihut they ute relying
altogether too much on tho llfo of one
Some were free to say that If Col
Itoosevelt should pass away during the
i nrescm caninalgn the National Pro-
I grcshlvi- party would go to pieces. Such
1 u iiinthigency, they added, must be
guarded against. And yet those who
i cxpnsnl these views confessed Hist
tbev had no remedy for the situation
I which confronts them, hut that they
t must light on under i.ol. P.oo.-evdt nnd
' whulever iiuppeueu mo ,, . ..p., ,
.' lllllg llf" for
Itoosevelt i-erlitluly until
I tin. Progressive
purly Is firmly c.-jUi- '