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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Showers probably to-dny; showers to-morrow;
light southerly winds.
Detailed weather reports will be found on page 15.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
VOL. LXXIX. NO. 343.
NEW YORK, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1912.- CoPlrlpM, 1912. by the Sun Printing r nl PublltMng Aasociutlon.
icii,i,iiu,,s Kakc Disorderly
I louse Pays Inspector
?00 a Month.
THAT RATE GENERAL
j 1 11 11 1 Was Hegun for White
Slavers, but Soon Found
KMHKXCK TO WHITMAN
sleuths Tti'onht From Chii'iiKo
I iy Oil Man to AM Prose
HAWIEY HEIR'S SON IS KILLED. '
VoiiiiKmt ( rnmlell liny llle After
Ileitis; lilt With Mnnr.
Chatham, N. V Auk. 7. --Humor J
Cranclell, 7 years old. the jimiw.it son
if Prod II. Crandell of New York, who1
reeolod $313,000 ns his share of tin- cm- .
lute of his uncle, Kdwlti Hawley, died
here to-day from tho effect of u blow on
tho head from a stone thrown by his
ten-year-old brother Richard,
Tho cuslo.lv of bolli hoy nnd their
brother llnrolil, S yours old, was sought'
In the separation proceedings brought
In New York by their mother, Mr. Ade
line D. Crandell, which were discontinued
In addition to the boys the Crnhdells
hnvo two daughters, Mary, 13, and Ade
line, 12 years old. At the time or lM-'.'pi,(1 ttnll" 'ni'muimnfllMlt lit
win Hawlov's death, when Mrs. Crandell I J ,R" &Un L01 rCSJ)011U(. Ill Ul
was In the lllnckwell's Island work-1
house. Mr. Crandell took the three hoys,
out of n convent 'In Westchester county I
and left them on the farm of lMwaid.
Johnson, near this village.
While In the convent Homer was hit
on the head with a stick In the hands of
another boy. The injury caused a swell
ing. A few days ago lllchnrd hit him
accidentally with a stone In exactly the
same spot. An abscess formed which
resulted In blood poisoning anil caused
the boy's death.
i The Ixiy's father was here at the time
of his death, having come to attend the
funeral of his father. Homer Crandell,
who was burled to-day.
The molher of the Crandell children
was working in the Western Union of
llce at 19,"i llroadway as an operator
when Crandell, who was employed In
the building as clerk In the ofllce of the
Southern Pacific Hnllroud, met her. Ilei
Immigrants Shipped From
England to Work in Bay
HEARING AT BOSTON
Bradford. England, Gives
1". S. the Tip.
jch the quiet and public spirited
.vis of John D. Hookcfellor. Jr..
t- Hence has been obtained against
. reeked policemen.
S'arr J. .Murphy, the personal repre
cntntivc of the P.nekofellers In special
erwce work and phllanthiopy, will lay
before District Attorney Whitman n
muss of Information collected by private
toot... who have worked under John
t. Ill kf ellcr. Jr.. and Assistant DIs
,rlu Attorney James llronson lleynolds.
The eldetice Is tho product of n
ear's effort by Detect Iw- Clifford CI.
Koo, who was brought here from Chi
cago by Mr. ltockefeller niul Assistant
District Attorney P.eynolds.
Detective Hoc operated In the Tendor-
,,iln a pretended disorderly house and i.ate yesterday afternoon when Ful
otnlmd evidence against a police In-j ton street In Brooklyn was crowded
pietor. This Inspector Is said to have
oecl.o.l GOO a month for protecting the
TWKXT Y-F I VE A It It KST BI)
Allt'frt'tl Agent of Woollen Coni
pnn.v nt South Harrc
TWO HURT AS 30MB EXPLODES.
Chi I lire II Injnrril hy Hour lllnwn In
nil Their frill.
A bomb exploded at 11:80 last tilght
In a hallway of a tenement house at 'J-l
Chrystle street. 11 mew a nolo in tnej
floor and brolie Mown ine cemng oi a
bake shop underneath and smashed In
the doors on the ground floor, tine of
the doors led Into the confectionery
store of Salvatoro Mlsslnco and nnother
Into the grocery store of David Fabrolll.
Pabrelll with hi" wl.'o unit their rour
children sleep In the rear room and a
door fell directly on the crib In which
Mary. 7, and Mien, months, slept.
The children were badly bruised and cut
by flying glass.
F.very window hi the rear of the llrst
two Moors of the Chrystle street house
was blown out mid some glass was shat
tered In the hoiie In the rear.
Sergeant Kellly and Policemen Con
way and Whitman heard the explosion
r ' helped to quiet the excited Italians
who swarmed out of tin- tenement and
the houses near by.
David Pnlirelll told the liollre llnil he
j had received three threatening letters,
two demanding 11,000 and the last, which
come on July asking for $r.0), He
paid no attention to them.
LYLE'S FORTUNE GOES
GIRL CHAUFFEUR ARRESTED.
TO NURSE HE MARRIED
" IIomox, Aug. 7. -Through the perist
ent work or a correspondent of Tim Sun
at Hradford, Knglaml, a gigantic plot to
violate the contract labor laws ha been
uncovered which. In the opinion of the
immigration authorities here, has been
began paying her attentions and l.dwln In existence Tor yuars.
Hawley had the girl discharged when he ( Already one man ha been held in
learned of It. Crandell then denounced ' $7,000 bond for violation of th laws
Ml., lithiums After IIIIIIiik IbDi
I'liiirueil With liming . License.
Miss Sadie CIMions, nineteen-year-
old daughter of Mrs. James F. Gibbons 1
of 737 Kenmore place, Fliitbush, wasi
1 arrested last night, charged with op-;
('111 OH' Hl OWII Rcl.ltivi'!- lUltl , crating tin automobile without 11 II-
I by 'the young woman had run down 1 Appeal' Before Progressive
, I-rang Uolilinor, '.) years 010, iivnm
I Sea llreeze avenue, near .iftn street,
. Conev Islam', near his njine.
Lie boy was playing vl'b others
TOTAL .'I A 1 10'. ,SSI..' and ran out Into the road. T'n nuto
. 1 mobile knocked him down nnd dragged
him n few feet before .MIsh GIuoohh
Mis Gibbon was nccompnnled by
Kail Hubbard, a onlractiir, .13. Lin
coln load. P.rooklyu. Mr. Hubbard
lifted the boy Into the machine and
Miss Gibbons drove to the Coney Island
Hospital. The boy's Injuries ale not
Left .Sl'JS.OOO to Hospi
tals nnd Chtiritics.
Willow tiets .!.,00,000 Oiitrighl
jintl Tenafly Homo Hijr
STAGE WRECKS AST0R FENCE.
IIai ki-.NSAi K.N. .1.. Allg. 7 The will of
L3 ...1. ..1... !.. ! 1.. 1 thought to be serious.
7"'" , " "1 Policeman Thaekllli: learned that Ihu
July 2(1. leaving a fortune that may have, nu(oln(lllll(, W(H owll,.(1 ))V jh r.b-
amounted to $2ii.n(in,0fi, was admitted j )nllH-H tnother and was told Miss CJIb
to probate to-day by Surroaali! P.. I.. !) hons had no license. He look her to
Hester. Mr. I.yle was more than .t. vear the Coney Island station, where her
-ei... 1...11, ..r i.iu r,hln .a 1.1 id moiner lurmsiieu diiii.
uiti. a li" 111. ii .ii in-, iui ...v
young widow, who was a nurse when he
I mnrried her two years ago and who is
I residuary legatee.
Mr. I.yle was a partner in Lord .V Tay
KnlloTvlitK Collision, H l'ict I mlrr ' lor for ninny years, and it was said at the
t'lflh .Mrnnr Wlmlim. 1 time of 111 death that lie wn ovuier of
An iititoniobil" truck cut acioss the ; t he block in which the More is situated,
path of a double deck Fifth nvenue I He tctired from active work more than
his uncle In the hitter's olllce and In i
1S!S married the operator. Mr. Hawley
had made a will cutting off the nephew,
but had failed to sign It before hu tiled.
B0V1 SEIZE $1,000 EARRINGS.
Mlnrr In llroiiklfii See llolil Win
ilmr MiilnnhlliK Itiililirrj.
stage which wus going north on Fifth
nvenue between Sixty-sixth nnd Sixty
seventh streets yesterday afternoon.
There was a collision and the rteer
lng gear of the truck was broken. The
MORSE REPORTED IN ICE DEAL.
Sllhl III He One,- Mnrr .etle I" !'
American I o.
aii.iv. N'. v.. Aug. 7 There Is a
persl-teiit rumor In circulation In this
section of the State that t:nanes v.
CLIMAX OF ENTHUSIASM
Mighty Choruses of Song,
Cheers and Banner Wav
ing all Day Long.
JANE A I) DAMS SPEAKS
Seconds Nomination foe
President Made by Comp
1.0X0 PLATFORM" ADOPTKh
thirty vears ago. but hi property, much
..r 1. 1.. I.n.l ...mr..l ,t.l mnl ! 1 lee 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . Tllill hllgl'
in th ntervai ' 1 transactions In which the American Ice
Ai'tl... time 'of hi marrlace a friend' Company (Inures prominently are tak-
Morse Is to be once more a ( 'oil Veil 1 ioil AlljOIiniS After He-
llgure In the activities of the American
llnanclal 0( IIHT KVPI'V JTonositlOll
1 1,1 . .1.. i , ... i,i..i Cf..ii ifittiii'u r
stage swerved to the sidewalk nnd W thot three years previously ! "
few days ago a inorlgage was re-
crashed Into the Iron fence In front of , Mr. I.yle had estimated in propeny ni
the Astor mansion. The fence was
iitiit tlinr.. urn tu... iilv.ru-.. iilliniri nil from
' u... .i ult.iil iiml tin, ulni.i. I.e.,,,, lit
Hradford, detained nt the immigration j ,,,',,. . wln(lowJ, f Mrs. Astor's
Mation (lending the result of the exhaust- room.
ive iniiuiry w hich has been Instituted. ' None of the six passengers was tallied to-night.
To-dav Arthur T. Saville of Hradford ' "crlously Injured. They were taken Hy Mr. l.yle's will many charitable in-
"half way between fifteen and twenty r.. V ,ho r.,u,nty Clerk
million-; he didn't know lor Mire, but K(,nsMlu,.r ,.OUnty at Tioy for .
the frieiul was sure It wa growing all the' .0() ul)0 n,l)1(1 olt j,ls. 1)V ,. ,mer-
time. No better figure could be ob-
Ican Ice Company, the Knickerbocker
Ice Company, the Ice Manufacturing
Company and the Knickerbocker Ice
intended uisorucriy nouse. ion run:
f 4t;0') a month appears from tho evb
with shopper Samuel Cohen. 17 years
old. who lives at Sill llenrv street. Man
hattan, walked past the Jewelry More of inquiry which started shortly after July
Henry Henly at C02 Fulton street with : l. when John It. Wood, n correspondent
.imif gathered by Hoe to have been the ; n brick wrapped In a newspapir tinder of Tun Sun, placed certain information
i il t,s.-4essmcnt against imch resorts, j hln arm. When an elevated train passed ' heforo United Slate Consul Ingrnham
Mthoiigh the evidence In the posses- he hurled the brick through the plate I which caused him to take the matter
i. mii of Starr J. Murphy was not pro- glass window and stood back, while ; wiii, the St.it.. D.'uartniciit nt Wtu.li-1 surrounds
ii-('l lor tne purpose oi uiniiu.u n- r,imuci iener. n yeais oiu, oi J
. .iii.ts, but to tnciiHiui; ine soci.u sei- i:ivington street. .Mntiuaiian, put Ills oartment of Commerce and Iibor,
was arraigned before United States! . ,, ! h u'" "-" "' , Company or 1'lill.iueipma to ine .-eon-
. , . .. , , by the servants. Mo the extent of J.Vl.niHi or so apiece, lb; vlvanln Company for Insurance on
(omnusioner (.rinnell Tor a hearing on I -au Plncus. the ehauffeur of the ' No wu utns ranging from Sl.VK") to , jjves nn.UJrantlng Annuities,
the complaint of Iring tho agent who I truck, was arrested, lie was fined $10 .... nnmnr..l.n lv..i Doe or t n who were it m.iiuiun m the time that the In-
negotiated for tho bringing or nt least '"r rt'ckless driving by Maglstrat House ) omgjjoUeiierlllcsor himarriiigetwoyears 1 suraiue company had already advanced
ten iHTSons from London. . night court. ! ll(! were left out of the wlllaltogether. $3,000,000. for which it had taken .'. per
His arret was made following i
W. ROCKEFELLER'S NAME OFF.
Thews institutions get J.Vi.ooo apiece: ' cent. IKo year gold Ponds and on wiiicu
I The American Tract Society, the Ameri-1 a tax of $7,0(13.. 0 had been paid to the
can Hible Societv, the Hoard of Home, State.
Won't l.rt It tnprar nn tlrlilor Mr ! Mi-sions of the Presbyterian Church, the U Is reported that experts of the
- Tnrrytown. I H-d of Foreign M.Mo of the VUy-
Tarrvtown. Aug. 7.-.Much mystery ,,,;,..,. rhurch of America. Tho work for several weeks inaklng searches
i nit w mi ine ni.iie uuanim'iii ai vaso- , ,..,. . Q,.i,t. ,i... v..... V.ir iu " ..v...io .
' .. . ... . . . . . . . j. U I UIL' I I, .111 ,1VV III ..III,--.."" ,,,,
lngton, and tney m turn wn ine ic- ... . ,
Albany and Hensse
.but to facilitate, the socl.il ser- I Kh lngton street. Mntihattan, put his I ,,.irtiiw..it ,f c.,m"iiu.rn.i mwl
rk In which John L. l'.ocke- ( hand through the hole and grabbed a Jeiemlah J. Hurley, AJsitant Commit.' Washington Irving Memorial ltrldge,
-.. ts in eresicu. u ma r . vi.i.v , m.-i or .arnngs vaiueu at i.uuo una j iom,r 1)f ,mml r.ltioll nl ,,.
I ...l.ll. ...... .,1..,,.. I.lm
m,TH'rr; n Fulton street, fol- ' X" Z " Z ' " " "
lowed by a crowd led by George Collins. ''It "Nil I.U.ors and tho. of agents ... nMirnjJ t,JIn)Iotlon ,,,, r.
a clerk In the store. The chase con I "ml,,'r ,,.,m " ' 'rrohoration rnngements are being made for the
tinned into Smith street, where Dcteo- I of that given by ood was r.ecureU. opening ceremonies. A local founder
tlve John Sullivan and Patrolman1 lr' "ooU a rFl'ort ,0 llu' tonsul wlH ' ha made the mould for the tablet. The
Ulancy Joined In. Cohen ran Into the ' aft'-'r months of Invei-tiKiitlon tliat , tn,0t was to be Inscribed with the
arms of Tratllc Policeman Spcllman and ! Wl 'nrrled on through nil sorts of ob-ivrar jj,-. llockcfelicr's name, ua donor
Sullivan caught Wiener. s' rstaden.- Il "was coerred, brilies were and the names of the village ofllcers,
The earrings and trinkets were found offered to him, and when all these efforts the engineer nnd the contractor.
felbr was fiimlliar with all of the mctb- half a block from the store In a gutter. . failed he w.ik threatened with Iwxiily 1 When Mr. Kockefeller learned what
ids tmplo -d by bis private detectives (,,), on was locked up In the Adams harm. In ia't. to t-erioiis did th situ-jwas to be on the tablet he become In
a gathering the c .donee deslnd. i street station mid Wb nir was taken to i atlon become that he dared not corre- dlgnant nnd Issued orders that his name
Tho facts as known are that Mr. tlc children's t-ocku. 1 spond wilh the iiumigratlon authorities must not appear. He was told that the
..it the Investigation that District At
tj'.nrv Whitman has begun to determine
whether police officials have ben black
mailing gamblers and dlsoiderly house
keepers na Jack Hose sajvt they have,
aat It may play a very Important part
.ti assisting Mr. Whitman to secure in
ulctmcnts agalns; police, officials that
itose mentioned la -hi xontpsslon. .
It Is not Known whether Mr. l'.ocite
,iu.i.t n ."w. .. .... " laer counties relative to propertl.
ia ion for Improving the ( onl lion , of aetlvbles.
Poor, tho Chanty Organization ho
ciety. the New York Kveand Kar infirmary
and the Slate I harltir Aid Association . CR0KER CONDEMNS NEW HALL.
each receive $25,00(1.
Tho largest personal bequest goes to , . lilliulrltiln' IOO.OIM rn
his second wife, who was Miss Julia Oer-, sirnetnrr n Klrc Trnp.
trudo Hunnon. a I're-bytertnu Hospital i
,.or. .ml wlin took o.iri. of Mr. I.vle for i PlIIMniXI'llIA. Aug. 7. Kdward I-.
Chicago, Aug. 7. Precisely at M
o'clock to-night, New York time, tho
Progressive party the official name ot
the new party adopted by tho conven
tion to-day completed Its ticket nnd
For President Theodore P.ooevelt.
For Vice-President Hiram W. John
son, Governor of California.
I loth nominations had been made by
acclamation nmld stormy scene of en-
thuslasm. The convention had been In
session since 10 o'clock In the morning.
The delay In making the nominations
was caused by exhaustive discussions
over the platform In the committee on
Col. Hoosevelt was put In nomination
by Comptroller William A. Prendergast
ot New York, and tho nomination had
been seconded by Judge John II. Parker
of NewOrleans.MlsH.InnoAddunis of Hull
House, Chicago; Alexander T. Hamil
ton of Georgia, Gen. Horatio C. King
of New York, Col. T. P. Lloyd of Flor
ida, Gen. John II. McDowell of Tennes
see, Henry .1. Allen of Kansas, ex-Uov.
Garvin of P.hodo Island, John .1. Hullt-
van of Ohio and Uobert S. Fisher of
..ockefeller. from his experience a
Toman of thu Grand Jury which in
stigated the. white slave evil, believed
i.U some well ordered and persistent
i fort should be made without uny blar
ig of trumpets to get nt the Inwurd
i ss ot tho evil. The active direction
f tho work was left to Assistant DIs
iilct Attorney lleynolds. District At
orney Whitman Is familiar only In a
.eneral way wltli what Mr. i.eyuoiu.i
. . . I ...1.1, Mr
IMS none in cooper.uiuu ... I said bv
Rockefeller. I ilttM l(1
A year ago .ur. i.ocKeienei , in. ...
aterested In the National Vigilance
(mmlttee for the United States, an
rganlzatlon designed to work for the
. ippresslon of tho white slave tratllc.
ad a talk with the District Attorney
find out who were the principals In
white slave business In this city,
,. much as possible about the cad-t
-em and to get to the bottom of
-rtions that policemen were black
. ling disorderly houses. Previous to
. talk Mr. ltockefeller had been
Mm? with Assistant District Attor
in lleynolds. They were familiar with
. . other's alms and methods.
U'strlct Attorney Whitman ut that
if , almost overwhelmed by large and
-. i" Investigations, was unable to act
r-m-llv upon Mr. Rockefeller's sug--.on.
but he turned the matter over
ltant District Attorney lleynolds,
. i Mr. ltockefeller received the iisstir-
, . that Mr. Itevnolds would lend him
a-slstance In the District Attor-
two years prior to their marrinKe in Seji-, Croker. former chief ot the Now York
..mh.i.iinn TnlmeMrTA-l. left tr.mi mm 'Fire Department, after making-nn ex
nutri-rh't and the estate nt 'Penally of forty ''-t examination of t he new $100,000 Arizona.
acres, which has a value of H'oo.ooo. She convention ball here, declares that tne av. .(ohnson was put In nomination
Vewc'omb of Tennfiv brother ,n;:" ,n a!1 n,s I'01'111-' 1 ho nwrr haB ' nomination had been beconded by C. H.
x' " " "'"'. oroiin r oiw.l, i.ni.r i.,.ntriietliiM :md miell I tii , .. ..n i.. ,
i the executrix
WIFE TO RETURN TO GRACE?
i..- i.i ....... .iui.,r- inu,..,..i n.. Work ivns nearlv finished and the cost
" i.i . he ocelli
alia which appear in tin story V.,V...':. .... .' ':' comb of Tennfiv receives Jt.Vfmo Other
.W,i.iut Commissioner Hurley say the, si...... .... .-.m-.....r. , ,.i i ;lr. i..-.n .1 iih.
' '-' ' ' VX:, $3,500,000 PRINTING MERGER.
"" "lr ",- with it longer than any other man in the . rrmit, ()f Toi0, 'j.mkhi; Klizabeth H.
Sava.vnmi, Ga.. Aug. 7.--The mysteri-, local ofllce. hrom being a messenger .r,, Hlii I'lnelnnntl l.llh..Krnili I S(,0, ,,f Tolixlo $30 (i-Kr Louisa Patten
on birthday souvenir post card te- at the local Mation he has worked his' rml..,. I nlte.l. of Plainlleld. N. .1 , f.'O.WM; Jeanette Hub
ci ived this morning at his hotne at , way up through the nulla until he Is . 7 The llould as-et, I bard of Toledo, $:io.roo, and to I.ucy F.
Newnan by ICugene II. Grace was heeond only to Col. Hilling"., the Commit. C l.N...N.t.Tl. AW.. . 1 ne iiquiu .is.i 1., , ,..
i,..i 1- .1.1.. ..1.. 1.... 1. ... 1 . ' 1 Hume that are cash or can easily bo . elon ol .lersej l iij , i.iu.tioo.
.......... ... .line ........... a,. .1 . , MOIIer. ... ..,.. ... u;,..u I. )n t.,l,,llv, nf I.I. i.n l,lnn.l Mr
Six ycrs ago a sunilar eonipUiint was " ' " " S " " ' , ' , , Z Ha y lu his w ili
Ivtti.iftlt 111 it til lliif titiwt "r. t .-ji ,
In nmkliiir till, my Ui "III nnd tta
,, . I . UMl ?"IIJ1I I'tH'l .ilD It- I
01 ijie urs. . r. t,,.e. r.-.-... . , hll!!ardolls stnlctllr,. froni a tire btand
OliirigOl IlIHI nil' inil.r.,- nun i.iin. ...nun .......
he occupies at Tenafly. John C, New- .
Wheeler of California, James Hudolph
Oarllel.l of Ohio, Halnbrldge Colby of
New York. Frederick I.unills of In.
The former chief was brought here 1 .iinna. ltavniond Hnhlilns nt llllool.
as an cxptC nfter several local lntir- j ciltfonl Plnchot of Pennsylvania. Gov.
anee men had examined the hall, which . VciS(... nf south Dakota. 'William Fllnn
will sent Siifim. persons, and condemned ...r lvniisvlvanla and John 11. Clede.
It as n fin
-Mrs. Grace, recently exoner- !
Atlanta of an attempt to1,,,,,,!.. t th hmenu. hut 1.1 1h.1t tlnu,
BRIDEGROOM IS KIDNAPPED.
......i.. t.i... 1.... ....1... ... i... .... 1 . i i.itnoi-raiiii ( ntniianv aie 10 ne ineigeo,
n.i.t..,-. ,111 r i.ini, ... iiv. ur- , , . .... ,l,,r. .-:ia llil -.fi fi,.i,l tn.e UMu -- . - ... .- . . . I ............... ........ ,.... i . ..
.... .. ' ........... ...,.i,... .1... r,,rm ,,r ,i ... ii-f iirsi 1 11 in n ,u.,.i .,n,i 1 ili... ii 1 ... 1. ltiiiu. ti,.. tiini'i- i.iih 1 U'pri, tnnirie. ves-.eriiiiv ill I iiiini u i.m.i ii.r. ir ,.n.i .lmm .,.rna
negro, of New York.
Col. Hoosevelt, urm In arm with Gov.
Johnson, appeared before the conven
tion, and they were greeted with the
TI.-.I 10 n Tree nnd li. U npllt e mi ; wildest plaudits n very bedlam of a
.... . ... . demonstration and formally accepted
Main by ITIrn.!,. I the nomination.
C.mcv Pa., Aug. 7. I)r Va an 1 . The great audience of 11S.O0O Bane
Purges and Miss (Hive Gclst of Glrard m,,. Doxology to the accompaniment of
parture for Philadelphia Mrs. Gram ;,. a, Mr XVood in Kngland to assist. 1
and her mother visited a news stand lu
Savannah and Mis. Grace s.
several souvenir cards, among th
The clerk says he w.i sworn to
styled tho United States Printing thereof, I have dune m after tin if Ii thought and went to the homo of llurges.s's quartet of trombones nnd cornets, with
lected ""' :l,1,,loriti"s ''dared that Savllle nm, i.t10rapli Coinpan, which will , and ei.iinlei jilou. and have not made any father In Mill Village to f.pond their . tl, mnute gun machine banging awn
lem -i ; "'"-. theiiKent or KnilieUWIIIeyACo.,' .r,.Hfter m.t H the exclusive sales provision whauoever for any relation who honeymoon. t up hi the organ loft. With the bem
' ( who conduct a big wool combing plant llK,.t of tl. Iwn pan nt cor.oratlonx. may be a cousin, or -emml or third on.ln T. , mmoy fnmplng Club or Pittsburg 1 diction, the convention adjourned.
... l. ...i. 11 m 1 ........ r ..... ...... .. if miiui tir rtt.itii ill ntlV (!irrt-M lit HU lit'- . t 1 1 .1 ...t.i. 1 . (
1 tii nuiiui n.iiir, .nir!., iiiiui-i mi- jiamr hi it WH!4 imnouncoii 111 iniH c ix io-uay v .:
socVeoOMrs. Grme dlctaMng the' m,,:;'-.1!'1'1" T' ' ""' """,ml "f nW r"r'.or..o w... 1 ' ,J Z!Z tu
sage to him. He also ail.lres.-ed the, addition to 1h.1t they have eta ill unents be $3.300.o0n.
, I of them N iieli a to make it hi any
curd ml neeomi..nil..,l Mr iimn,, i,,nit Hradford ami Shipley. Kngland. ' John Omwake ot Cincinnati Is presl- ., ,.- ..i.ii..,,,!,,.. , ,,. - ..
1 he anest or Saville N made under tun . dent or iiotu ine pnreni corporaiuuis, ',piiy so In do,
in1111lKr.it nm law of February '.'0. M07. 1 Prominent In the directorate of the two 'ihe will -avs that Mrs l.vle iheexecu
secilon 1. .1 and H. which relate to tho , companies are J. 15.-Fornker. Jr.. smi of , . , rf , , .
importation of labor by man. men or i Hen.itr r ma ker; V ,11a m Dona - ,,,, 0'f rnilro,us or ,.,..
nroper or omiKaiiug upon tne n .1 inoriii
the post ofllce to mail It, he ajn. Thu
curd bore this message-
"Many happy returns of your thir
tieth birthday. Hope to be with you
on your tnirty-,,,,,. ,r you say so. ton. ( llbe'rt N. itoblnBii j 'rations, "r transfer mortgage held by
1 S?U11' ' 'Y'"" J1 vvir.b, ..ml Sumnel .1. Moin.v. all of 1 the to-tntor. It alo says;
heard of the marriage and decided Ml M t)iat moment a great banner was
haze the bridegroom. They captured dropped from the girders of the roof
Purges and took him from his bride.' r tlu. Coliseum with this legend:
Then they lied mm 10 a tree and Kept
him captive all night. War dances nnd J
ether amusementii were indulged In
heroic the prisoner was released.
RACE FOR LIFE OF SLAYER.
KING HONORS RETIRING WHIP.
power. , .. ,
Mr, ltockefeller Intimated nt that
the Investigation was principal y
- Up purpose of obtaining material to
, ie..enled to tho Legislature and to
amiss in the form of reports to dhow
Med for corrective legislation.
, rr was no Inck of means naturally
i.rrlng out tho project. It was
' -mod advisable to go at the work
-!, ordlnury channels or to use
. e agencies near home. On the
nm. ndatlons of former United
- District Attorney Kdwln Sims
. ..(so. for whom Clifford K. l.oe.
n known and successful re-
had got aluable results
- . ral investigations. Mr. Hoe
i r.mght to this city. After
i' , ocr the ground he aont
firce of assistants, men nnd
1 'i on whom he could depend. Mr.
i uiiii operations within n few
-.- .mil succeeded In completely dc
I. ii.dcrwnrld spies and police oh-
.Me. tle fitted up a house In the
I ..rijr., n place which was to all
cut'. for unsavory uses. No bub-
.viitars to have hern nrouscd.
-hiewdly night and day the
.1-iectlve.M accumulated n vast
' ( information as to the whltn
i .nil and as to the blackmailing
- ' it ., .1 1... men.
i- would not hnvo been made omaiu. .m
i i nut Ihe murder of Herman I Whitman, who
Confer Huron v on .Ma.trr of llll
hnnk. Who l.nlera lliKlne...
.-ptnot Cniiff Dnpnteh lo Tim Si
I.0N0O.V, Aug. 7. Alexander ollphnnt lengiiBeil ill tho woik of invetigating tho,
I direct that l.or.1 A Taylor shall p.iy
their hidehlediiess to me hi siuu of $'j.'.,iin
FAVOR MRS. LITTLETON'S PLEA. ' "",llt1' '"' '" ir"'"r ,"", ,h"y -
! Mr l.vle made hi will on June 11 lat.
K.ven while the local authorities were I Conimlltrrnirn Will llrpurl WP(.kH before he died, Thu signature
Miuillcrllo tte.oliillon. i is that of a feeble man. The witnesses
j for each ieison illegally brought into
this country. In addition they can be
prosecuted under criminal statute and
confined nt Atlanta, tin
i:0()SI,Vi:i,T AND JOHNSON.
New York and California.
HANDS ACROSS TIIKCOXTIXI.NT.
i on 'i irr.nr. is neither u.vst
iiiiiidi:r nor iirkiid
WIII.N-TWO STRONG MI.N STAND
1 11(11 (ill THI.Y COMB FROM THE
I.XDS OF THE KARTII.
.Murray. Jiasier oi i.imum. mm enter , natter from Ihi end It Is alleged he was .v,K..IN(1Tav og 7 -The House to the will were S. Slanwood Menken '"'" ' '
Government whip In the House of Com- pUtming an expedition Into this country ,.0Sc,n Hules' to-'dav o.dem n , of Philbin, Heekman. Menken .V Griscom; ' VV T
mons. to-day announced hi retirement rrmn Hradford. (In .Itilv 11 Savllle landtvl .ut " . " . -e i. m i.,.n ,.r n. u i.,ri.. i the mob can catch him.
.... . ... . . 1 ' 111 Vlir.llllH ItMllll'L 1111 rt'Hdllll Hill l" I. lit ,ir.irtiim iik- iiwivi .u.kii- .innir
from political life to become a partner ... n,N, ii tho steamer Arabic, com
In the urm or ueoimnn I'.arson, -,ng across in the first cabin, and went dl-
tect to Montreal, where nlnu xrsons went
to bo landed and sent over tho Canadian
Commissioner Hurley received evi
dence ot this plot unci accordingly he sent
Closely following this nnnouncemrnt
came the news that King George had
conferred n barony upon the Muster of
Klibank. lie will be succeeded by
Percy H. Illlngworth as Government
ITAL0-TURKISH PEACE RUMOR, i
favorable teport on the resolution (ire
(lllleers I'lrelim I'rolii Xurtli ('urn.
linn Molt In iito,
P.u:u;il, N. C, Aug. 7. With hun
dreds of citizens bent on lynching him,
lien Vnnn Is being rushed from Illiza-
1..1. ,.)... 1 R,l ,ll..u l-..v. It., I.-.I I .
.'.-ill 113. luv lllll.-r. ii, .. i . ... ii-is.Hi i ,,, .... , . ..
lllimiicrli ll.e eoonti v bv milnmohlle to ' "" s euiien,
Ihe kidnapping and murder of Hubert
l.ayden of llelvhlere.
The sp.iches of Col. Roosevelt and
Gov. John-mii In accepting tho nomina
tions will he found lu nnother column,
view of the fact that this Is tho first
giv.it political party movement to ad
vocate woman's suffrage in tho nation
the speech of Miss Addams In second-
nut cd by Mis. Martin W. Littleton of ' net to and C R. LiiiiKenliacher of Mon!
New York proponing the appointment , clair. j . av,i,..c ,,.mi bo.lv wa found about , 1,111 ln" nomination or coi. uooseveit is
Mr. I.yle and Mi- Hiinnon were mar- I noon to-day pierced three times wlthj,K'r'' aPI'd.ueu. hne said:
riect in ionisers ny a jusiice oi im sace . bullets. When niTrsted to-day Vunn
on September 'Jo, llifil. At that lime i,r.,l.,. d..w n and nleadcd tor nllv.
This action followed u hearing that tr. l.vle gave hi iign n 7,' a nil Mis r,v. icitchln Immcdlatelv ordered the
was attended by Mrs. Littleton and , iannon said she was :vi. After tlio death . mllllla to he ready for action nnd lo
of a commission to deteimine the ad
visability of the Government acquiring
Montlccllo, the home of Jefferson.
word to the various immigration insec. Heprisentatlve Levy, the owner of 0r liH n,.sl wjf,, lm,s her sister, Miss deceive the mob.
tors along tho Canadian bordr and the
United Stnfs ofllci.il at Montreal. Tho
result was that about three ct into the
country and they wete arrested last week
in Newort and aro now belnK delayed
at Iilig Wharf here.
On July :il Ihe big I unnrder I ranconia
Iteporl of llr.aiuptlon of Neuolln
llnm lu Zurich.
Saecial CaMe ltspatcU In Tilt. Si v.
Coijonk, Aug. 7. A despatch to the arrived in tho harbor and Commissioner
JToInMeic Uaze.Ha from SI, Petri n Hurley with a largo muad of inspectors
burg says the Ilusslan Foreign (ifflce WUH at tile ,ick awaiting. They found
statea that penco negotiations are to be (wr,,tv.tv.o iersons aboard who ramo
refiumed nt Zurich by Turkish and from Hradford, Kngland. and whoso ulti
Itullan diplomatists, the Itnllan Ainhns-1 n(t0 (j,lMjrmifm wllt4 Hol,,, Wann, Mass.
sador at St. Petersburg being tho chief ( AmonK others there wus on entire family
Italian representative. nmned Johnson, father, mother, daughters
Tiirkex Is said MW. Their names had been fur
than she was when the . peace, negoila-1 .,, ,.,mmMowr ,in.Pt from I
uu"n """" ' " . llrudford Tliey were sent direct to tho
' : Mat Ion at Umg Wharf uud a hearing or-
PRIVATE CAR FOR PET DOGS. I rutu,ot.
- 1 In the meantime word was sent a man
.Mr. Malcolm Wliltmmi HrliiMlng I named Stevenson nt South Hurro to como
1 hem In Xevf Vorl.. lo llotoii and care for tho Johnsons. Ho
........ ......... ... w, , ---.in ins ill -1 nr it. iisi-i,i-i risi.-
Moutlcello. This heating was nn exclt- Klii'ahftli Antoinette Newromb,
Ing affair. Mis. Littleton, who Is as
eloquent of speech ns her huebund,
charged It was the selllahnoss of Mr.
Levy that kept the public from free
access to thu tomb of Jefferson.
Mr. Levy denli d XIrn. Llttlelon'b us
sertlon that Moutlcello was not well
kept and that thu public was denied no
cess to the estate. He said Mrs. Little
ton did not undcistand the situation.
b Am. 7. - Mrs. Malcolm '"" "' -j"' ,1,,arfn w,lM irwl. All
. in-.. .,.., i. . f.-..iii.r the ilelailied imiiiigraiitH were lint on the
III .Mis ..urn ... ....i" , . . . . ... ,.
...vvipllatrd nn Investigation j of San P.anclsco w I Invm ejscw ,,. ; -
..t nn nract Ices. T in , ciiy nexi ami in " ' " '. " .i .
I i illiient work of Ihe DIs- P.allr.md olllclals liero were e; ..""- ;
i. nun. in in ., ..m,!,,,,,,,, .... ,,,1,1 I,.,!.-,. Saviile'x name wa inenilouiii. and
Z been' avo Idy oh! ' rMM, Z Uui'v il of this week from Stevenson the , information wan
. aid Mstenhiv. bv Mr. , with two pnwuo cars,
one of which elicited that ho had been talking with
.ml his i.Vslhtants. So, tin , she and her nmld would occupy.
Kavl'le within tho Inst few days, How-
1 Mr Whitman's, surprise n.4 "he other plivuie car wunn nn i.it no sain in.n in ine nine no nan inn
gt iiltUntlon. he obliilned , Mrs, Whitman's dogs. The olllckibi wore hunritig he did not ktn.w where Suville was
i nt-itive of Mr. Itockcfel- Instriichd to pay all iitieiillon In tho ,. whether or not ho wan in lloston,
' f Hi.- i.lileme whh h had comforl ol H "'' "'hi ion. iuuii. j, ,,.M,n,., mull of tho alloiih being Ueld
i l.iii d in ,i year's work,
'i i 1 ii St.ii r J. Murphy, the
dogs limy be i xpuleii Is nut known
as it nessen lu confinement at Ihe station.
i oil t ill I) I'O'jr,
Irr relit rtilnl. In Imt MMll.pr runts illitre. ,
! iiolftt eu lirely utr Aniiuilur Hlllff.. ,1itr. ,
ConHnttrrf on Third rape,
CARNEGIE PLEADS FOR RICH.
Advocate Tn on Inennir at Seal
.;w.af I'aile Unlatch In Tut Sin
Lonuon. Aug. 7. Andrew Carnegie.
In unveiling a statue of Unbelt Hums
at Montrose, Scotland, made u plea for
Justice for tho rich men of the United
States by the Imposition of an Income
tux. He said that 111 one direction Kiig
lund was fur ahead of her oversea do
minions and tho United States, for she
compelled every subject to contribute
to the support of the Government pro
portionately to tho Income he enjoyed
under the State's protection. The rich
of the dominions and the United States,
ho bald, hud hitherto escaped this Just
UutiUuu, but their dtiy wua coining.
The rich men's hoards ought to bo so
treated, not an u punishment, he con
tinued, but for their own good, because
the Income tax wus Just and Justice
alone Insuted contentment
tiHKAr Mil II NNIINtl WATKH,
los. l cr it, vl C .lu. ti.i.imcu ivt.Ati.
ACCUSES FEDERAL ATTORNEYS.
I.m.jer Mljs Tlic.v l're enleil I'nll
Ulinieiil of IM.T.in.OltO Sliueenr.
Wasiiiniiton-. Aiig. 7.-Congressmen
to-dny received from William Arm
strong, n Chicago lawyer, a petition de
manding a special law to permit pun
ishment of certain Government lawyers
who he charges conspired to prevent
,1... .,.u..r.,,l It.,. Il.'.i T'.,ll e. ......
she would go back to Mr l-ylo s Iioiim. on , 1mtu,,ori, ,,V(enc. which ho pre
condition that he discharge hi nurse. 1 wnwA , tM1. Chicago DIatrlct Attorney.
He refused, and Miss Xeweonib went lo' Uo n,.B,. the financiers tuonopolhced
livii wli'i her brother, William .Newcomb, ,ht, Hl0(.k (,f n railroad nnd squeezed
who Is mentioned us n beucllciary in tho I $ 1,7511,000 lu prolltH out of It In viola-
will and whose place at leiiauy adjoined tum r w Sherman law. The petition
to Mr. Lyle's house and took euro of him
Miss Xeweonib was often III and a trained
liureo was sent out from New York to
l.sik out for her The nurs" wj Mis
Miss Xeweonib finally went lo a sani
tarium t While l'hius. but. Miss llamioii
stayed oil at til" I.yle house lu Tenafly.
lu tho winters she went South .villi Mr.
l.vle. After a time Mis Xewiiuiib was
iibl" lo leave Ihe sinllatlilin. Sim said
Includes letters to President T.lft und
Attorney-Genernl Vlckershnm, charg
ing tho latter with dereliction of duty
In the matter.
When tho fact of the marriage became
known .Mis Newoomb was outspoken in
her criticism of her brolher-iu-la w. On
the second day after tho marriage, when
she van shown an account of the mar
riage in a New York paper, she observed
that Mr. I.yle was n foolish old man.
John S. I.yle was Ixun in Xova Scotia
and camo to thi country when ho wan II
years old. Ho went to work for Lord A
Taylor ns a boy. He wa tho last survi'v-
I ,,r ill., filrl Ill-Ill HIm II...
IIIK. I'. I.!" I "I ' .. Hlf, ,.ll ,, ... I - .... . .
a MU. Ma.v K1M0 Xeco,nb. hho ! ! k
9 ! i.'i'rwti i-iii i in'" in'iniiiriii rii,"'W
KRUPP GIVES AWAY FORTUNE.
Iron Work lllitrlliiilr :i,nilo,uiN,
II 1 1 y In i:uiilo I'i't,
, ..en ml 'iiWr 'fomri Id Tiik SI i
I Hi:iii.in, Aug, 7, - III commeiuoriitlou of
ills ccnteuiry the Krupp Iron Works
the founder and supporter ol' Happy land,
whoin (I .CMt Now York childivn siont u
few days each Miuimer.
AfTKK A NHilll H IIISSIP t riOM. .Itmlv
Simr nrri', lun up ymir -Innuih ninl rmlure
ymir .iHT llli llui.li.nl. Arid l'li.wilile.
to their wl.es nnd children nud $:Ml,O0P
to the derks. The uietlioil of illstrlbut
Ing the balance Is not known.
win in: 10 imi: i.imiii on
ml 1I1I11U Hip hi-. I Ainrilrnu Ulmt .
T IU;W I'.V tt NO.NH CO . IM rullini hi , .V T.
.In ne AdUaiu' Sprrcb.
Measure of industrial amelioration.
ih'iuaiiil for social Justice, Ions discussed
by sinnll groups in charity conferences
and cconoinlo associations, have here been
considered in a great national convention
and an' at last tlirunt Into the stern arena
of pollticnl action.
A great party hm pledged Itself to tho
protection of children, to the care of tha
aged, to the relief of overworked slrli,
to thn safeguarding of burdened men.
Committed to these humane undertakings,
it Is inevitable that such a party should
upiienl to women, should seek to draw upon
the grent reservoir of their moral energy,
so long und oh I rod and unutilized In practical
politics 0110 Is the corollary of the other,
n programme of human welfare, the neces
sity for woman 'ti participation.
We ratify this platform not only became
It represents our earnest convictions and
formulates our high hope, but because
It pulls upon our faculties and call up to
dellnito action. Wa llnd it a prophecy
that demoorucy shall he actually realized
until no group of our pooplo certainly
lint ten million of thorn so badly in need of
reassurance- shall fall to bear the respon.il
liildv of self-government and that 110 cluta:
of evils shall Ho beyond redress.
The new party lias beoome the American
exponentof a worldwide movement towsrd
jiister social conditions, a movement which
America, lagging behind other great nations
has been unueooiiuulily slow to embody
in polltlc.il action.
I seLoiiil the nomination of 1 heodnru
Hoose.elt lieeniwe ho i one of the fe men
in our public life !" ha been reM'onlve
to modern imnemenl. Ileciiuse of (Inn,
bec.itio ll.e inu.ri(iiun will requite it
liMiloi of iii.niiihl" courage, of open mind,
nf den.." ratio sympathies him' eiiilowed
Willi 'er I" Interpret 111" . .11111.1.. I. mini
mill to ideiillly hlniielf with the eomiuuii
lot. I he" 1 HI)' second ili" nomination.
Mi's Aililum wa accorded one ot iht