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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair to-day and probably to-morrow; light
Deulled weather reports will be found on pige 15.
VOL. LXXIX. NO. 341.
NEW YORK, TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1912. Copyright, mi, V the Sun PrMlng and Put.MiM.iff AMoelatlcm.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Mice Friends of Lieutenant
to Kuise 50,000, and
WANT BEST COUNSEL
Indications That There Will
Re No Lack of Ready
UKCKKK IS ARRAIONKD
Policemen Accused of Refusing:
o Arrefit Murderers Ex
tortion Case Tut Off.
Ii seemed probable lost night that
Congressman Martin YV. Littleton would
take charge of l.lcut. Ucckcr'a defence.
Krknd.s of Decker In tlio Police De
partment, who are raising a defence
fund of itpproxlmatoly $110,000. have
asked Mr. Littleton to defend the ac
"It Is true." mUI Mr. Littleton last
night, "thai a proposition has been
made to me to undertake the defence of
Lieut. Becker. It would not bo proper
(or mc to say who approached me on
the subject. I am still considering the
The news that Mr. Littleton, whoso
i.itt Ms criminal enso was the defence; of
Harry K. Thaw In Thaw's second trial.
a III probably bo the lawyer for Decker,
t nut after Hubert II. Elder, who ap
peared with John W. Hart for Becker
when tin- lieutenant was arraigned bo
le .'iii'go Muliiueen yesterday, with
drew from the ease. Mr. Klder, it Ih
viivvn. was not satisfied with his posi
tion and decided to get out.
Tin' story that wrs told after Mr.
i:idr withdrew was to this effect. The slructlon of the vessel. This Is a small
money to pay for Keeker's defence Is . Item compared with the hiss of spare,
in com. not from the accused police- whleh Is figured at 250.00O cubic f. . :.
man, but from friends of his In the! Tho otrn shell will be three f.rt from
"ollco Department who have decided, tho outer hull and w rise well above
for whatever reason, to stand by him. (the Water line. The new vessel, which
Hulked at Jerome.
Some of them wanted Keeker to ie
t.iln William Ti avers Jerome. Hut
liecker balked at Jerome because he
hud been told that Jerome was a closo
friend of Police Commissioner Waldo,
t 't,er knows that he ran expect no
,1'Slhlntieo ot any sort from the Com
missioner. Then pcrums Interested In
--ttliisr up tliu big defence fund sug
fisted the name of Congres.snvtn Lit
letnn as one of the ablest and most
siHTistful criminal lawyers In the
iountr. Hut Keeker recalled that Mr,
l.ltilelon had represented Inspector Max ! Cpton Sinclair and a dozen others ar
Selmilttberger back In li06, when I rested n year ago for playing baseball
S:hmittberger was on trial In the Police I and tennis on Nu;.day, said to-day that
Uepartni'.ut on charges supported by he will begin aunt' r crusade cm slml
li'cker. liar Une.
It was said positively last night,, He obtained name .f young men
(hough, that Hccker's likes and disliked
ulll n.tt Iia r.nn..li1f sit 1-.1 tltn muii i-l,.. I
will not be consulted by the men who
nre going to put up tho cash for his '
defence. They have agreed that .Mr. J
Littleton should bo retained, and they
1U Insist that livelier himself make)
The position of John W. Hart, who
tia. been Keeker's lawyer over since
'uly 13, or thren days beforn the mur
ii' r of Koscnthul, was puzzling yester
day Mr. Mlder und others understood
hat Hart lu to be superseded, but at
iii-em rs arruignnieui oetore juuge aim-
'i .-a nun inaue viut rn.aioies nuu ill-
' TiKh Mr. Rleler was ot his sleln did f
i i lie talking. Mr. Klder withdrew
'out the case early In the afternoon,'
-luiuiim iu um ie.-oun iiini no 'M
. .. ,. , ,.. I
in--.li,' iu vuiiieuui: iniiKi'i in liiv i
Mrs. Itrekrr llrtnlns Melnorr.
''!irr well known lawyer who was
- .est half in the taso last night
' - John 1 Mrlntyrr. who was coun- ,
' ' Opt. Peter C.Hnlns when Hulns i
v-ts trl.-. for the murder of William
' .v-i.nls. Mr. Mclntyre said last night
1 t Mrs. Decker had asked hint to
ill charge of tho case. Mrs. liecker
nd a brother of the lieutenant called
e' Mr Melutyro's ofllce on Friday
?' noon, but they did not find him
In. Yesterday, at their request, he
i'd Pecker in thc Tombs,
nicker was rather vagus In his talk
Mr Mclntyre. Keeker. It ap
'"arcd, was not prepared to make
i i-irmal agreement. Mr. Mclntyre
"nt a way with the understanding that
" n .'I P. M. to-elay ho had received
i not ' doin Lavvyur Hart asking him
'' "il r charge of the defence he would
i" ) Hut the notion persisted thnt
I'encrexsmnn Littleton would eventu-
' I Keeker's chief counsel, even
'h'l'nu other lawyers wrre retained.
' ot the lawyers who has been
n'n'lin"il In the case s.ilil last eve
ni; 1'int there would be no, end of
- -tii iiiL-ed to piy for lawyers' scrv-
!.. .,r,l n,lr nf wl, nrom.
. ' , . ,.;.:
' u iOUK liitil liaiu iuuBiu
Tils lawyer said that there wcto
ni'iil)f-r of pollen oHlclabi who be
"uit It Is their duty to back up
1 1 ' and that these men have' agreed
' ' e i.U the money necessary. Just
h' niueli would bo collected this law
"" .is unable to say. He hml henrtl
' ' bust ,'0,i()i) would lio avall
' 1 I U he hnel un Idea thnt Keeker's
" n ' uilghi raise the amount tu $100,-!
'' ' hail to.
M Hart was surprlsenl when Klder
' mis ease. Hart hn.l not heard
" 1 in vmiii tiiapp-ar, and ho had no
u-- 1 1 i-nieriiay as ufsuciiieii i iHinn.ji
- hi Who sent Killer. Ah a
f luil Mr. Hart denied lust
i lllder had bad any ronneo
i Hi'i ense, Mr. Klder told a
eigh, that he had been in the
i few hours, but that the few
iloii.e situation us regards
npfil with (be arraignment
' nun un nli I'nir
CONSTANTINOPLE UNDER ARMS.
futtnn Defends Cabinet Wlileh
Won't llrcognlar Deputies.
Special Cable nttpatch la Tnr. Sex
Constantinoi-lb. Aug. 3. Tho Gov
eminent has proclaimed mart! I law In
tho capital for forty days and the eltun
tlon Is somewhat critical. The Sultan
udhereH to the position of tho Cabinet,
which refuse to roeognliso tho Cham
ber of Deputies, while the chamber re
fuses to reeoglnzo tho Government. Hot!)
sides are ardently appealing to the army
for support, and herein lies oni of the
chief dangers of the situation.
Tho military officers hern nro keenly
partisan, but all liavo been required to
luko an oath of ndellty to the Consti
tution and the Government. Keports
respecting the feelings of tho urmy In
the provinces arc conflicting, but ap
parently thorn Is less ugltatlon thcro
thun In Constantinople and It Is believed
that the soldiers of the outside districts
are mainly neutrul.
The Committee of Vnlon and Progress
(Young Turks) uccuse-.t the Government
of aiming to restore Abdul Ilamld and
says the dissolution decree In Invalid.
Tho committee threatens to form tho
chumber Into n constituent assembly
and defy tho Cabinet. An appeal to the !
nation along these linos Is now being
drawn up ny the Committee of Union
Ho far there have been no demonstra
tions In the streets. The whole city Is
patrolled by soldiers and large forces
am In tho barracks ready to act on an
Instant's notice If they are needed. The
populace, however. Is largely apathetic
ii nd there is no sign of disorder at pres
ent. It Is icported that the arrests of
.'nlaat Hey, DJawld Hey and other prom-
inent members of tho Committee of
Union nnd Progress are Impending,
Violent scenes marked the 1'nrlla-)
mcnt's session hero to-day. Deputies
Kalml of Halonlca and Tchamllk of
Albania drew revolvers In the heat of
debate, and would have llred nt t.iet
other nad not other Deputies rushed be-1
tween them. 1
SPENDS $350,000 FOR SAFETY.
White Star Cnmnnnr I'uttliia Inner
Miell In filirnntle.
l! Cable mji.'7. to Thk Si
London, Aug. 5. The decision of the
White Star Company to put .in Inner
shell In the Gigantic, the. now sister
ship of the ( ilviiiulc. will Involve an nil.
dltlonul OX Hi1 11 Hi! of AI.Vt.OfHI tn tin I'nti
vaB "tUt-leU Just after tho Titanic
disaster, will lie twenty feet longer
than the Olympic and Tlthnlc. which
were the InrgeAt stenmshlpK In the world)
when they were put In commission. i
BABIES CAN'T VOTE AT ARDEN.
.Vfiv t'onalllullon l'ii-inl n.
nther CriiMdr on Suiidny llnnelmll.
Wlt.5IINOT0.v, Del., Aug. - George
Drown,- th iihlloHopliIc.il nnaichlst nt
the Arden single tax colony, who had
who played baseball nt the colour i
...... .. u I... ...Ill 1....... t.
yestorday and says lie will have them
arrested If he Is deprived of any of his
rights ny the powers thnt lie ut Arden.
Sinclair Is In Kistope.
The colonfsts held the!'' monthly
to-night and revised the eon
stltutlf.n so that o. ly Irnroimliler over
"O '"Mir old v.i vi te at the colony lee-
Hons. llftMofore every one at Arden. ;
Including babies, could vote.
A new constitution proposed ley Prof,
Scott Xe-ar!ng ef tin 1'nlveriflty of ,
i ennsy.vania ano two outers was rati-,
.Ttrnc cu-actt it-atv nn
. AUiOb oJttAaxl MuAU OK
. , ... - ,
Uli-I need Woman Injured In e olllnhm
. . '
.V.v.'!I!vua:;sett PlKii. It. I , Aug .,. Two.
iiui.,1 inning v.iiB iiiiiiiik oi ii uiKii
into of speed met In a bend on collision
this afternoon on tho road between tho
VWr n, saunderstown nnd were badly
wr,.ci!ca ,y the. accident.
In one cur, which was en route tor
tlm Pier from ICast Gree-nvvlch, were
Miss Galvin, daughter of P. II. Gulvin.
owner of tho machine, and W. .1. Gal
vin. tho driver. Miss Gulvin was seri
ously Injured and was brought to the
Pier by friends of Dr. Charles Hitch
cock of Narrngansett, who were re
turning from Newport. It was found
that Miss Galvin had concussion of tho
brnln und nther Injuries.
In thc other car were Mm. G.
Goudsu, Miss Mary N, Goudsu, Nestoy
fioudsu and Frank Laro.su of Daniel
sun. Conn. Mrs. (J. Goudsu received a
fracture of the right leg below tho kno
nnd other Injuries.
SUBWAY BILL PASSED.
3leanrr ("Jiving Hluhl to Inter
boroaga Now Mora to Taft.
Wabiunoton, Aug. D. Authority for
the Intcrborough to eNtend Its suhwny
t i . 4L......I. 1 t-S - . . a
"esii rou.. ine reueru rrservaiion on
which is tuo post omen in New York is
granted In a bill passed by tho House
The measure has already passed the
Sennte. It will soon go to tint President
MIDDY RESIGNS BY REQUEST.
lliKilllne, CharKril With lelanlnu
Illness, Alost Leave Annapolis.
A.n-.naidi.ih. Md., Aug. '. Mldslilpnum
iharli s II. Huxe-ltlnu of Maine, a niein
i - .i... ., i i i ... ,
i-"i hi no- iiini ti.ipn, iitif. uri-ii re-que-sieil
, . , N ivpurtmnnl to resign as
.,, ,.., , ,,, , ...
Iiii'i'sliuallon which lookid Into u con-!
troveitiy betweien him and a incillrul
ofTleer ou duty ut the Naval Acudemv, I
The facts have not been maelo public, '
but It Is understood that u dllferi-iHe
arose over line oxte-nt of lla.eltlue's
.aliened lllnesH and that be was leporled
for malingering und nlso refusing tu
carry out certuln directions of the ini di
Crnii. eolle, (iiirnnifr reinplAlui
to l (' Uut of Aaiuttsr Ulllrrt.
SOLDIER HELD HERE
Col. Gibbons 0. Cornwell of
West Chester, Pa., Accused
by Col. Dyer.
DIDN'T OWN HONDS HE SOLD
Sliortupe, of .950,000 in Darling
ton Estate, for Which He
Col. Gibbons Gray Cornwoll. com
mander of the Sixth Hegtmcnt, National
Guard of Pennsylvania, wl.j has been
missing since last Wednesday, when he
left the State encampment at Gettys
burg, was arrested at Hroadway and
Twentieth street yesterday afternoon
and locked up-In tho East Tvvcnty-
cond street police station on a charge
of swindling Col. George H. Dyer, the
former Ne.tv York National Guard com
mander. Col. Dyer was talking with A. Drum
Porter, secretary to Deputy Pollen Com
missioner McKay, when Cornwcll came
"That's Ihy man who cheated mc," ho
said hastily to Porter. "He sold me
two bonds that lie didn't own."
Porter called Policeman Hooney of
the Hast Tevi nty-seconil street station
told him to urrest Cornwell. The
j broker appeared to bo surprised when
told lie would havo to go to the stutlon
' house. Col. Dyer was In his automobile
on tho way to Hoslyn. L. I., where he
' lives, nnd he had his chauffeur take
'the policeman and bis prisoner around
to the station house.
Cornwell refused to mako any state-
ment when he was arraigned at tho
desk and he was lucked up us a fug!
! tlve from Justice. It was said a war
rant bad been Issued for him In Phila
delphia. Wkst Chextkii, Pa., Aug. .".Col. Gib
bons Gray 'ornwell. commander of tho
Sixth Keghnctit. X, G. P., has not been
seen slneo he left ramp with his com
mand on Wednesday. Xo one re
numbers seelncr him nfter the train left
Gettysburg, and lib- wife and daughters
feu red hi; had ur.ndered off while de
The Colonel Is a member of the law
linn of Cornwell Cornwell, tho senior
inducer of the partnership being tho
aged father of the missing map, who
won too old to attend to many detuils of
the business, but continued at theoillces.
'ol. Cornwell Is the trustee of several
estates and trust fund. Several persons
,vn" aro benellcliirles of the estates
whleh the Colonel represents gathered
at His offlc! to-day nnd askftd, for In
formation regarillng their accounts.
The aged father iiromlsed to have
alTnlrs In shape within few days to
enable them to know Just where they
Col. Cornwell w.i popular, and his dis
appearance has created talk In mili
tary and social circles. Members of his
regiment say that ut Gettysburg he
seemed unusually perturbed and waa
ijulte unlike himself, lie was Irritable
and souulit seclusion as fur as possible.
The missing lawyer was also a tnem-
bir of the West Chester School Hoard
ntni also the C i.-hh t C ountv lri.snitn!
. . J11"1IU1I
iioaru, nnu was ttustee and attorney
for the latter Institution.
Following tho disappearance of Col.
Cornwell, n shortngo of JJ.IO.OiJO was dis
covered to-duy In the Darlington estate,
of which Cornwell was tho legal rep.
Mr.-. Coinwell said to-night that she
i..,rm ,) .uic,, the dlsippearanco of Col.
Cornwell that he hail speculated In
nocks, but that lie hn.l n..,-nr it,i i,-
dipt, Cornwell, the
lather, Is a vet-
i i nm of the- civil war, njid gained a
Captaln'rt commission by heroin action
on the b.ittletlt-lil. When seen to-night
bis pray hrn.il was bent In reflection.
then with tiie" nl-irllnir rji
" ac.s starting from his
i eyes, he looked up unil said:
"It Is true that my son Is gone.
nnd It Is true that thorn Is a short-
uge. i u., not know lis evtrnt. It
may be large and It may bu small. I
am In tho elark as to that. Hut I am
sure thnt my son will come back
and face his dltllcultles,"
Capt. Cornwell said his son was coun
svl for nevernl estates, lixt that ho did
not know anything about their flnunclul
The Colonel was grneluated from Yale
In 1SS3. Ho at once entered his futhcr's
law offices, rpon his admittance to thc
bar he und bis father und John J. Gheen
formed a law purtne-rshlp under the
llrm name of Cornwell, Hon & Gheem.
Later Mr. Gheen, who was a Hoosevelt
delegate to tho recent Chlcugn conven
tion, withdrew nnd the llrm continued
as Cornwell & Son.
Col. Corn'o!l Is counsel for the Ches
ter County National Hank, h member
of the Loyal Legion, tho West Chester
Club, the West Chester Golf and Coun-
1 try Club, the Masons, und Is vlce-pres-
blent or the West Chester Kchool Hoard
Mrs. Cornwell was asked to-night If
she had any reason to believe thnt her
husband left because of money diffi
culties. "Yes," she ansercd. "I know it was
llnanclal trouble that brought this
about, I do not know the amount In
volveel, nor tho person?. I am sure,
howvver, that my litisband will return
to face any difficulties that muy arise'.
He Is nut the kind of mutt to hide In
such a case, 1 hellevo bo must now bo
seeking funds to pay any liulelitedness
that may be charged against him."
Tho Cornwell's havo four children,
two of them twins. Tho oldest Is 10
years und thee yeiungesl 4. Their homo
has bee-n tlm scene eif nuiry social
RECALL OF MAYOR FAILS.
Oakland, l'nl Olllelal Lend in rlarly
SUN FiiAM'isiii, Aug, r..-Tlu ele-ellon
In laklanil to-duy lo deti'rmlne evlii-tlu-r
Mayor 1'iunk K, .Mutt Nhoitld bo ro-ralle-il
sluiweil Mull Imu r.ni . ..iu
nj:nltj-l 1,-17 for III. I.c.ll.'tu tl,lil.'
one pree'ilieiH out of ) ID
Major Moll and Conitnls.eloner of
I'lllilic lleiilin unil Karety reslerlek C,
'l'l,"l,'r u,,,u " "lllelals nhoni It'
was sought to rveall,
PETER'S PALACE DESTROYED.
I'tmoii summer Realdeurr nr Nt.
Petersburg" Prey of flaroen.
f Atrial Cable Dnputcb to Tns Hls.
St. PBrnnsnfno, Aug. 5. The old pal
nce of Peter tho Great, on Petrovskl
Island, which he used as a summer
residence, was destroyed to-day by a
Hro which started In a lumber yard and
spread to warehouses and other build
ings until It reached the palace. Tho
famous old structure contained a num
ber of paintings, but none of them wus
of great value.
The flro burned several hours. Tho
damage Is estimated at $1,000,000.
The palace of tho Grand Duchess
Maria I'avlovna was also afire late to
night and Is still burning.
I'etrovsky, or Peter's Island, on the
small Neva, Is closely associated with
tho life of Peter the Great. It was the
favorite place to which ho loved to re
tlro and there spend the summer. Ho
built his summer palace at the upper
end of the island. From the open
square In front of tho palace a park
stretches to tho eastern shore.
MOVE TO CLEAN UP NEWPORT.
Improvement Association Holds
MrrtlnK at the Iteiort.
XawrcnT, H- I., Aug. 5. A cleaner,
brighter nnd belter Xowport Is tho aim
of tho Newport Improvement Associa
tion. At a rcnernl meeting this afternoon
tho condition of the landing place of
the Newport-Wlekford Line was dis
cussed. An effort will be made to keep
tho place clean from the refuse of the
It was decided to ask the City Council
.,0nril,n",rwfftlS, Til''10, thMP,Xtrn" io the Hartford nctrcat.
tension of Washington street, which has,
IlB,ndin,hT.7 7,!lM.,M,TI TI"' Vlmmnlcs Alan de Suz-nmut.
announced that the City Council would, .ho .MH M,rwirpl c., , , ,rt,IKirI.
hov ri l' 1 VmT' V r c,,Tt's "f of the late Konjumln Knowcr of Hrook
Almy pond, over which there recently , Her sNter married the Count Jean
has lwn complaint. .(,( Sutannc; ,,rntll(.r uf thc viscount
MRS. GRACE STARTS HOME. 1 The mother of the De Suzannct
j brothers was an American woman, Vlr-
I'nralin llnsbaml. tint llenles she glnla l'rrni'b. and slit: was also a cousin
.erklna; Hreonelllnt Ion. I
Atlanta, Ga.. Aug. 5. Mrs. Daisy
Grace, acquitted on the charge of drug
ging nnd rhootlng her husband, left
Atlanta to-nlghl for Philadelphia, her
former home. Mrs. Grace was accom
panied only by her aged mother. Mrs.
I'lrleh. who came here to attend her
daughter's trial. They are travelling
under assumed names to escape the
"I may never come back to the scene
of what has been the great sorrow of
my life," said Mrs. Grace. , "If my
husband sues mo for divorce here I will
1 cannot sny what I will do. I have
made no plans.
"I want to forget everything that
terrible morning, the horrible days be
Vi r , i J "1' I' Pw n 1805. when Miss
1 1.1 T'X l l,e en. Z T'TKiiower (im 17 years old. At the time
;,A r ',l ""'d.,. J. "I M,o sued to have Possession of the full
days of the trial
the rest of my life raring for nnd edu
eating my son nnd standing by my
"It Is untrue that I have sought to
communicate with Gene Grace In New
nan In the hope of bringing about a
reconciliation. I forgive him, however.
Some day I shall tell my blind boy how
his mother was falsely accused."
Piiimi.ei.hiia, Aug. 3. A Judgment'""'
note was entered to-day against Mrs.
Daisy Oplo Grnce In favor of J. W,
Misire of this city In tho sum of $3,500.
It Is elated May 27, 112. Mrs. Grace
got the money on some of her property
to defray the expenses eif her trial In
ARREST FOUR FOR LYNCHING.
Burns Slrnths Hired by Murland
C.uvrrnor to Expose 1'lot,
Kvt.TiiioiiR, Aug. 5. Trailed for n"arly
six months by detectives In tlm employ
of William J. Hums, fe.ur men were ar-
I'esleil lati) tills itfterooon ehm-iied with
belnir members flf the mob whleh broke ,
i... . i it i.i t iii
coumy' ffi Chemr day nnT mu.
dere-d King Johnson, n negro, who hneliW' l'ut In Jft- nu was released
shot und killed Fred Schwab, a white when he was Identified ns a wealthy
man. i Hungarian who hud come to Lourdes In
Tlm man who were arrested to-day the ho' that he would be cured of
were Frank Hrhvvnb, a brother of the
murelered man; Howard Herring, Tom
Gleason, brother-Jn-law of Schwab,
anel John GU-asou, brother-in-law of !
either arrests are to follow, for thc
-....... cw. j
Gov. Goldsborough and conducted
the Hums sleuths under his orders, In
dicate widespread conspiracy In which
prominent Anne Arundel county otIKIals
and leading citizens of Hrooklyn are
JUSTICE KAPPER HURT.
Hrooklyn .fudge Cat by Motor Hunt
Propeller In the Ml, Lawrence.
" Supreme Court Justice Isauo M, Kappor
of Hrooklyn, who is spending Ida vaca
tion with his family at his summer homo
in Capo Vincent, N Y., was painfully in
jured while, out llslilng on the Ht . Lawrcnro
in his fa-st motor boat a fow days ago.
While sitting in tho stern of tho bout be
leaned over tu fix tho chains of the rudder,
anel a wave striking the boat ho was
pitched over tho stem into tho water.
Judge Kappor managed to hold on
with both hands until his guide could stop
the engine. Before tho guide could'
drag him into tho boat the rapidly
turning propeller had cut his legs, and ho
was faint from loss of blood when he
F0UR JOY RIDERS INJURED.
Maclilar t'railies Into Wall and
Hnrlea Mm In Wrrebaue.
Wii.KitKUAititi:, Pa.. Aug. S. -While
joy riding almi); the Pituton Doulovard
early t-day four young men wuro badly
Injured when thn rnurhliio crashed Into
a Mono wall and buried its oooupants
in the wn'rl;ago,
'I ho Injured urn Altixnneler Rewiniikl,
chauffeur; Kdwarel l'isher, Kugeno It.
Ileilly anil Patrick Leoiuinl. All were
severely cut and brulseet,
After the crush rame tlio machine waa
broken In hits and the occupants were
iinelerueath the wrecliagti fully an hour
liofnro lieilp reiieheel them.
F.T?'-'' .- Hrntii!n ti.ur:TN
,.W.,"!..I.V.':2,.V s'ri-iiiMliru llrnlii itnil llndy
II. I llW bV .lei.NS CO , lis l ulluu SI., ,N Y
IS SENT TO ASYLUM
Sir. Knowcr Fears for Her
Daughter Who Married Alan
DELUSIONS OF HYPNOTISM
Sister Also Secured French
Title by Marriage to Her
llARTruRti, Conn., Aug. 5. The Vis
countess Alan do Huzniinrt la confined
In this city In it retreat for the Insane.
Hho Is the daughter of the late Henja
mln Knowcr, n prominent resident of
Hrooklyn, and has been mentally do
rnnired for some time, her friends say.
! Shu nnd her mother were nt Saybrook,
I Conn., for tho summer.
j The Viscountess suffered under the
Impression that some one was exerting
hypnotic Influence over her, and her
condition finally became such that her
relatives decided to place her In a pri
vate sanitarium In this city.
On July 1'7 her mother appeared be
fore Jtulgo L. C. W. Marvin in the
Probnte. Court hern and asked that her
daughter be committed to some retreat
under the Jurisdiction of the court.
Physicians who examined her said
that the Viscountess Rhowed Klgns of
.V.i ,Z;:i L.
of llenjaniln Knower. ller two sons nro
Jean nnd Alan. Henjanun inowcr nan
two daughters. Mary Constancy the
elder, and Margaret Campbell.
Heforo Mary made her debut she had
met and become engaged to Henry Cole
man Drayton, a son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
Coleman Drayton. Mrs. J. Coleman
Drayton, who was n ulster ot John,
Jacob Aslor, had divorced her husband
and married Ogllvy Ilalg, tut English
man. Count Alan cle Suzanncl was Invited
to the wedding of hts cousin to Mr.
Drayton, but did not come. In thc
following summer, however, he met his
younger cousin, Miss Margaret Camp
boll Knower, while she was travelling
nbroad, and they were mnrrled. This
Income of a trust fund amounting to
K'O.UOO a year. Sim had been allowed
$i'..ofiO n year by her guardian, and the
court decided. In view of her coming
marriage, Hint she was entitled to the
full Income. Her sister, tho present
Countess Jean do ffurnnnet, receives
the isame Income.
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iiiui i nipv a iiii in ti-n ttiiv .v.titiiv
Catholic In order to marry tltn Count.
MADMAN ATTACKS PILGRIMS.
Wehlthy lltiita-arlan at l.onrilrs, I n
earrd, Tarns on Asaeinhlacr,
ifd'i Cable Detpciteh to TilK HIS'
LofKUKs, Aug. 5. -The Grotto of the
Virgin was the scene of a wild tumult
to-day when thousands of pilgrims, who
were praying, were disturbed by a man
rushing to the sanctuary. Ho began
striking the statue of the Virgin und
"urimg imprecations nt mo assemDingo.
' i no vaiinni pilgrims, anue:u witu
sticks and crutches and followed by
ii-ii 111 m u'iintnn n ttrt itl sit t, IpIiti itttt
He was llm.l.y oniowl
suuuen tits ot insanity rrom which ho:
'vs surrered for some lime.
Loureles. a little town nestling at the
i foot of the Pvrenees. is famous f,n- n..ili.
Ing but Its annual pilgrimages. In 1S5S
the Virgin Is said to havo appeared to n
i erltilileil i- i lid and hnnleiL lw.r
i vi'.ir thniiHjinds of tilluHma frnm nil ......
ICurope, the crippled, tho halt, the
maimed and the blind, visit the church
known as the Grotto, which has been
orecteel on tho site where the Virgin Is
supposed to huve npponre-el.
Vonkers Coroner In vest laat Ing
lleath of Two Patients.
Yon-kcrr, Aug. n. Coroner lies lo
night held nn Inquest Into the deaths
of Clayton .1. Whipple and his daughter,
Helen Ksther Whipple, of Van Court
landt Terruco, both of whom died last
month while being treated for scarlet
fever by a Christian Science practi
tioner. The Coroner examined Mrs. Whipple.
Mrs. L. Y. Whitney nnd Mrs. Lillian'
Young Chnrtrrs, thn healers. He rn-sc-rvrel
ele-clslon. Mrs, Chnrtrrs Is a
daughter of Gen. H. M. II. Young, V, S.
A., rellreel, nnd Is the second reader
ut the First Church of Christ, Scientist,
Madison avenue nnd Fifty-fifth street,
Helen Whipple was treated by Mrs,
I Whitney nnd died on July 6. Whipple,
I who was manager of the Multlgraph
Company In New York city, died nine
DENVER EX-MAYOR IN JAIL.
I'ltr Hays mid l,UOO t'liir for
Mieer'a Contempt of Court,
DnNvr.ii, Aug. .- Kx-Muyor Hubert W.
Speer wna sentenced to-dny to live days
In Jail, n line of $1,000 niul to pay all
costs eif hts trial for contempt of court,
Speer iu publisher et the .Yen lay
Tmrs and was prosecuted on charges
similar to those on which F. G. HanlHs,
one uf Hut oiviiern of Hit. J'lml, w re
cently lined $r,000 und sentenced to
sixty days In Jull. Knntlln uppenled to
thu Supremo Court and the rasa waa
heard by Supre-me Justice Campbell Hut
rrd. ,v ind v.ilieu under utlvlsvinent
MRS. FORCE WITH MRS. AST0R.
Will llematn With llrr Dangutrr
L'ntll the Child Is Born.
Mrs. William II. Korcn, mother of Mrs.
John Jacob Astor, arrived last night nt
tho Astor mansion, 840 Fifth avenue, to ,
be with her daughter until tho arrival of i
the child. Mrs. Force was accompanied !
by her daughter, Miss Katherlno Force, j
They came front Hcrnardsvllle, X. J
rt f tit IS Imi'ii hriii.l
tho summer months at their country
Mrs. Astor took her accustomed dally
motor ride yesterday through Central
Park nnd up ntvcrsldn Drive, accom
panied by a nurse. The presenco of Dr.
I'M win H. Crngln, Mrs. Astor's physician,
who came to the Fifth nvenue house on
Sunday ttlght, Is taken nsj an Indication
that thc expected arrival Is duo. thLs
LABRADOR LOVE CURE FAILS.
Itleh lloaton (Hrl Kiistawefl After M
Month at tirenfell Mission.
Boston, Aug. C Miss Amelia Forbes,
Vincent Club girl, daughter of the
wealthy J. Malcolm Forbes of Milton,
gave up society life, love, romance unci
marriage to go to lonely Labrador to
work us a nurse In the Grcnfcll Mis
sion. After six months she has returned
to her home. Sim did not forget. The
The lure of Labrador was weaker
than the lure of love. To-day Miss
Forbes's engagement to young Hnytnnnd
Hmerson, grnndson of the poet-philosopher,
and n Harvard 1911 graduate, Is
LIONEL ROTHSCHILD TO WED.
M. V. Will Marry Hlstrr of Baroness
Hul-ert tie Hot hsehllil.
Sptrial fable Defpatch to Tun Sex.
London. Aug. 5. Announcement was
made to-Uay of the botrothul of Lionel
Nathan K,othschlld. Unionist member of
Parliament rrom the Aylesbury division,
nnd Miss Mnrie Beer, slstar of tho Baroness
Kobert de Rothschild, who Is a descendant
of Meyerbeer, the composer.
Lionel KotUschild watt born in 188?.
BEEF UP ANOTHER NOTCH.
Hreord Price of 10 Cents a Ponnd
Paid for Steers.
Chicago, Aug. 3. The price of beef
soared at the stock yards to-day. A
three carload lot of heavy black steers
sold for 10.10 a hundred, thc llrst time
In the records of tho Chicago market
that beof on the hoof, except In the casn
of prize winning single animals, has
sold as high as 10 cents a pound.
The same figure almost was touched
In another deal when cattle, raised by
the samo feeder, but slightly lighter lu
Wright, sold for $10.05 a hundred.
Tho high. price .commanded by tho
two lots of steers was due, is was said,
to tho scarcity of choice cattle and tho
activity of competitive buyers.
It was predicted, following thc two
sales, that the price would go even
higher, one reason being the scarcity
of range cattle.
WHITMAN PRODS ASSISTANTS.
I I'rgrs Presreatora to C.et Un Clear.
I " 1 v "r -eir.
I District Attornev Whllmnn
I assistants together ye sterday afternoon
ami lectured them gently about exprdlt
I Ing business
There are 2!r. c.implnlnls pending on
which no Indictments have u.-en .rm.ie
Of these euses 167 defendantii nre out lno f-encrni wei.aixv To do Just thr.t
on ball and 138 are In prison. I Is the very heart of the Progressive
There are Itfr. Indictments waiting for I cauie."
trial and of these 2SH defendants are on C,.l. Hoosevelt arrived from Ovste
ball and 1S2 arc In prison. ' ,, ,. , . '
Home of Mr. Whitman's assistants "lnM cwcr wns ll,k,, !iv'u
havo complained that tho rnlenelar bus1"1"11 ot 11 cr"Wd of leaders anil eU-le.
been clogged beenuse the Grand Jury ' sates at tho station and escorted to tin
has had to devote nil. or its time to tlm j Congress Hotel. He will make bin
nonlh"1,0?7.. , , -'O.O00 word speech, whleh Is to be the
The District Attornev suncrsteil Hint . - .
! a "tt.e morracUvlty would bo In order.
. .TV . cilrnvnv
A- Utlux A auilviiJJ.
Was torne and Democratic lie
aate From Alaakn
Sttvrru:, Aug. . A. J. Daly, elelegate
lo ,no remocrat!c convention ut Haiti-
more, committee! suicide on nn Atnska
l sieamsnip insi mgni uy snooung mm-
aelr l"ro.uSb the head with a revolver,
. in iHiwi i-.omuiem varieties of platforms submitted Is likely
uttorncys In Alaska. Ills principal office . , ., , ,, ,, , ""'''
was at Nome, but ho maintained nn1'" l,r"lon tlH,'r iwvUim nil day to
office In Seattle, where he passed bis morrow.
winters with his lamily. One thouund women escorted thu
Ho was 55 years olel and was edu- suffrage delegates lo the convention
rated at Troy, v. no was a personal
fi-lentl nf Vorinun Mitel:. At nne
tlnio ho was Assistant I'nlted States
District Attorney at Juneau and for sev-
n had been tho Democratic
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CHINESE GENERAL IN AIRSHIP.
Takes Ride With Only Chinese Avia
tor, Tom (.unit,
San Fiianxisco, Aug, 5. The only
Chinese aviator In tho world, Tom
Gunn, made nn aeroplane (light at
Alameda with Gen. Lan Tien Wei,
formerly in commnnd of tho Muncliu
rlan army of tho Chinese. Kepubllc, and
now In this country to Inspect tho
Tom Ouni) Is only 19 years old. Ho
began his apprenticeship in an aero
IRISH SAVE ASaUITH'S PARTY.
Small ISovernment Majority lu Vole
on Appropriation Hill,
Fptciol Cable Petpatch lo Tim Hex
London', Aug. fl. In consi'eittenee of
tlte slackness of Its followers the Gov
ernment ugaln to-day had it small ma
Jorlty of twenty-nino In a division on
the appropriation bill In thu Houso of
Tho Irish members wivrd tho Govern
ment from defeat.
$1,000,000 lire on l.luei.
S0kM Cubit PtsiHitcl tn Tin: Si'
Mahskilij!S. Auk. C Tho McHsaKorlea
Marltlmes lliur Portug.tt watt ufin. hero
to-day. Tho damage lo tho vessel Is
estimated at $l,00.00u.
TO ttri,ir.VK INnilllTION eoMei
hv raUM.t, Inmmnlii, .li'U hi-niliielii-nr nrlil iini-
ch. take HortlorU clil I'hwptiiir - "
JOHNSON TO LEAD
VUU Cnnrr niltl PllPPI' I III
' ""H lHLCI.S Mil
HAS A 'STONE CRUSHER'
National Committee Refuses
to Seat Southern
APPEAL TO T.R. IN VAIN
Ex-Senator Bcvcridgc, Pre
siding, Says First Work Is
Revival of Business.
LINDSEY TO BE CHAIRMAN
(ol. Koospvplt Will Make His
J5ijr Sppocli To-dny Plat
form Coininittcp nt Work.
Ciiicwoo, Aug. .'..The first ticket of
tho National Progressive pi .1) Is to be
Col. Theodore Hoosevelt, who occupied
thc White House for seven years, and
Gov. Hiram W. Johnson of Cullfornlu
Gov. Johnson Is very much the same
style of campaigner as Col Hoosevelt.
Immediately after this convention Col.
Hoosevelt Is to plan un Itinerary of
tho Southern States and In due time he
is to penetrate tho West, while tho Pro
gressives of the middle nnd New Kng
land States are to bo visited by Gov.
Gov. Johnson Isu strong supporter
of woman's suffrage. It was under his
administration that the women of Cali
fornia obtained the suffrage nnd vote-d
for the first time this year at tho PresI
dentinl primaries. All tho women of
California havo desired his nomination
Judge Hen H. Llndsey of Denver Is
to be permanent chairman of thu con
vention and will tako tho gavel to
morrow from ex-Benator Heverldge i
Indiana, who presided nt to-day's
The new political party which Is to
challenge Republicans nnd Democrat '
came Into being to-day when the Him
convention of the National Progressive
pnrty opened with over 1,200 delegates
In the Coliseum. Kx-Scnntor Keverldge
of Indiana, tho temporary chairman,
said in his speech:
"Tho llrst work before us li the r- -vlval
of business" nnd ngaln he sale!
"The tlrst words of the Constitution
nre 'We, tho people,' and they declare
I f r;"i-- m
form " IHiffect union nnd to promote
that tho Constitution's purpose Is 'to
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vcntlon session to-morrow.
Tliu negro de-legates from Southern
Stales; wvtv refuse-d it-eognltlon by the
convrntlon uuel colueel ;hn term "stone
crusher," which they said ground them
liner than the Taft steam roller.
Discussion of tho platform was huld
t,il'' m't unofficially. The commit -
tee on resolutions went into session to-
night and their discussion of llfty-odd
There was tin unusual prayer at
the deliberations, re-
, tnarkable for Its length. Its breadth
and Its political Itaveir.
,rh0 Xcw Y()1.k sut() couvcnUoi,
which adjourned from Iluffalo to Chi
cago, refuaed to ge on record ns op
posed to Judicial candldntes who wor-i
not alllllated with the third patty, but
adopted Its nuti-fusfon declaration on
Stato nnd legislative cundlelates, A
resolution on the negro ciucstlem w,ts
CONVENTION IN SESSION.
Sonu" and Cheers as Men anil
Women Aid In -etv l'nrlj's Ulrth.
CittcAoo, Aug. 5. The llrst session
of the Natlonul l'rogresslve party con
vention Initio Coliseum to-day wus re
plete with human Interest. There was a
homeliness, a heartiness, n stir In til'
Its features whleh stamped tho body
as one of tho moat remarkable gather
ings eif recent times.
There was all tho paraphernalia of a
national convention, and yet there was
u seeming absence of intrigue and the
chicanery of pollile.il gatherings. Homo
of Its tVuturi s resembled a tremendous
In sumo respects Ii was a sIiikIiiu
'com tuition. " c"nu" "'"'
'of hundreds of men and women who
I..,. I ni.lee liarilCII1"" II "I " MM'"."
' nollileal galheiing.
(lui, -. .
Many bed neve.''
seen each oilier , . . .v .. .,,.
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borly n"'l " "",";'" ,
In the ijirUnUnai Ion in., tlflo tm
visited and b.c'.mo .Kiiualnted Hi,tl .
'r,-n ,,,,-n mul women grasped thu luimbt
of their Nortllt I II brothers Ulld lisleij,
.... i ,lt. Eastern fedks sought out tn".f