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VOL. I iX XIX. NO. 345.
CANAL BILL BARS
JlciiHiir Specifically Divorces
Southern Pacific From
m: IIWKX If IT. TOO
iiiiiisli I'roicst Against Free
Tolls I snored in Final
rif i' i. tiiaim: ri.ArsK in
I'lcitli-iil Will Appoint (Jov
cnnii' i Zone iiiul Fix Itnlcs
anil (Mlit'i- .Miitler..
.-v. ' The Senate
t , t -n il me Panama Canal
, , , .' I", I,".
i .. !: : t i merges from the Sen-
i :.: ti'sreK.itiis Great Urltaln's
, ..4.11 :-i five tolls for Anici lean
t . ' . i.'tii.iln'. rudltnl legislation,
i 1 1 i.i ii.il of the l!g railroad sys-)
. in .if i m'jmiy. I
I' i p I '..1 tonipel the divorcement I
. i' ....!! I'ncltlc K.illroad Com
' . .-tianishlp lines If these!
, ti i.it.'. ,iu :i .o through the I'.inama '
Cati.it Tli. SimiIkiii I'.icitlc has mil-
:.,m- if i!"il.iv lir'ested In shltiplnt;
a'.l '"in in.il.iiiK plans for nn c-!
i ui,- line wiin uiu open-
e l-ii.ti watrrwny.
. t'i- '('i:.sljtlon puts In Jeop-
Haven road's extensive
, .iks In coastwise lines and the
'ii.iiks of the New York Central and
'n rud In shipping on the great
T .".menui Canal bill us It enme'
(!- 'u tin- House contained a lira pro
' ' -i iigaitist t ! ownership or con-
' any lallrond of a .steamship line,
t:J : ! July I. mil. as the date on
ih this control should huvo passed
r. ' i.fiv from the railroads. The
M". iihmIIIIiiI this House provision
i i It would apply only to ships
' ira m through tile Panama Canal."
T' f Semite also adopted nn amend
r ,;t empowering the Interstate Com
iii'rc.' Commission to dclermlne whether
ti"i the ownership by any railroad
f a steamship lint; was prejudicial lo
k l"ihlc Interests Bd-tf cnpel if
T. i e.sHt . the divesting of the strum-
It'ildlims. This amendment was I
lr.:r ii.etl by Senator I'.oiirne of Idaho:
rr.ij wis .uiopteil by a vote of '20 to I...
T',. dh (sloii was not along party
'r.' Ai1 of the Republican progres-,
t i- '(w-r,V of Die rcgnlais nnd sev-J
t ft I), rioerats voted In favor of lt.1
" '. "ie Nt w York Senators. Uoot and
'.rm.in. voted In favor of the amend
"it I' a. knnwledged by the sup- i
: rs ,,f the amenilment, however, I
l".' ! wnl he possible for the railroads
in-lit of an ntlverse decision by i
" iummlsflon to carry ttie case on
c st irs i f 'aw Into the courts. '
7 ,i bill us it was pas.od by the ,
Sr.ate a No ictains an nmendiiK'nt ad-
ttitii: foreign built vessels lo Amerl
' n i.-glstry In the event that these (
s Hie owned by Americans. Th!t '
'"'1'ilment opens the shipyards of the
' r i ' i AiiKrli.ins and amounts to free
t'.'!- in ships.
sr, i'.. in iSuot and Lodge, who are
, Sii : ui tit.- opinion that the grantlm;
' frii' lulls to American ships constl-
u violation of the Hay-I'auncefote
f " m,.le a final effort to have these
tii'.mmerts strlcki n from the bill,
fail" d. The amendment Granting
'" ' i'N to vessels of American register
r.r -d In t'onlgn trade was adopted by
i i.r in: i.j :.
I ; iis, who voted against free tolls on
tc flipping nnd in support of Groat
h--.- s contention weie- Ashurst,
i H.inkheaii. Itryan, Hiirton (,'tillom.
it n1, .mi. du I'ont, Kali. Gronna.John-
' Lodge, MeCuinber. .Martin, Myers,
W t NVwlan'd, Oliver, Overmun. I'age,
'"' tie, Hoot.Shively. Smith of Arizona.
if Georgia. Svvanson. Wetmore
' I ' aim.
" i .il as it iassed tlm Senate pro
t. r a ono man government of the
'if.il J'li. President is authorized
t'- ntlntio tho Isthinian Canal Com
a and to apoint a Governor and
i' h i inr Tons ua ho may deem neces-
I r Mdi'iit is authorized to prcscribo
t 1 ' ' i' lie lhi Inlls tn lw levied Uv the
'' for tho iiso of tho canal. Ho
i mi however, to give six months
' '.iii'ge Tolls may bo based
i i ' a net legistered tonnage or
' V-iieii based on net regis-
i" -hips of commerce
1 - I a1 $: :v, a net ton,
f l.vi-eiitivewill also look after
- 'i f : i nn iiceidents toemployees
' ne .ui.ii and v. ill cnus't tlm erection
'lo places along the canal and the
etit i o.ist uf wireless apparatus,
lob pro. i.i s Uir a system of courts
i 'an I Zone nnd tho Fifth Circuit
' r Hi" I tilted States hhall have
'i t i r. vi"vv the final judgment
Hi 'rwi i r t, Zono. The
'ii.f i.f du. Canal one will havo
' ' iirv n-hi to onler persons from
" ' I 'linent iiitrofiueeil by Senator
'niri provides that no coast
all puss through the cunul
'I or conl rolled by a coin-
s operating in violation of
"..' i i-tiiist law ThiHamend
I a unod deal of amusement
" ' and Senator Tall of Now
i'i l a entlv for the purpose of
"iiro'iuci i an amendment
1 - i' no sinpcairyinuanyartiele
1 'i i' 'ilu' tuieil by a trust should
''I ' pis-, through the canal
"' r ,itiv nilmenl mm defeated SO
s. nut,,, luniself voted against
Vnii.ir who voted ncnint the
' w,l- rt,altv iimendeil ueje 4
Si i i, it! Prior
R. R. OWNED SHIPS
WOULD DIVORCE ARTIST HUTT.
wire Flip roninlnliK l n ....... I
. - ill nil '1111
1'nlled In Xr,T VnrU.
flENo. Nov,, Aug. 9-A divorce com
Plaint wiih Med iiorn lnu this after
noon by .Mr. i:,ina Garfield Hull
nK.ttnat her husband, Henry llutt. tin.
. i.-urniou illustrator of Now York cllj,
; whom she married nine yearn ago. and
- vwioni sue mi nc- child, n boy, who, EL" lie 171 1 UinCiaiS ArTCSI bllff
ls hero with lib. mother. . .
Tim contents of the papers are not
disclosed, but It Is understood that non
support Is the reason for the action of
me uriisr wife.
Mrs. ltllll iltnn l,i v.. I, t... I I
tal relief, lifter finding that her suit In
me .cw iorK courts for sepjintlon, to
which Hint came back with nn answer.
proved unavailing, she nsks for n de
cree of absolute divorce nnd cm. tody of
th child. No mention Is made of any
property adjustment, and Mie nsks no
I'erfonal service will lie secured npnn
the ilefendant. and Is l.s H.iM that he
does not Intend to omiose ber notion. '
although he tuny be represented nt Hie
iniu i.y counsel In formal appearance.
Mrs. llutt and Mrs. Christine Moth-
unir. daughter or the New York lawyer,
Mlrnbcail Towns, and wife of I lurry
Mochllng. with whom she has been
occupying a fashionable suite here since
.lanuary, have lieen hospitable enter
t.ilners nt tlvlr niuirtmenti. . .Mr.
.Mecnungs su.t was begun a few days I
They expect to return to New York
touether. ns they came togcthr. '
The trouble between the llutt- l of'
i MMMllnS" . ,"" lJ'in,.,i,rv '
nbandontr.ent and cruel imminent. tru
Hutt said that her husband had been '
drinking too much. This Mr. llutt tie- '
tiled nnd said his wife had spent money ,
raster than ho could earn It. Mrs. llutt
received nn award of $12.". n month In
nllmony. which Hutt said he had trouble
KILLED TRYING TO BLOW SAFE.
MiMinrr'i lioilj- I-nit ml
.. . .
(IHlee scroti it II m,
I-'t. W.vvnk, lnd.. Aug.
...i... .... . ... ... .
nu iii. in- an iiiii.-iiuii io mow l ie nosi '
oltlce safe nt Howe. Lagrange count v.
early to-day tied after one of the mini- 1
tier had been killed t.y tne explosion
which had been designed to crack the
f.ifo. but had blown outward Instead of
inward, the building being wrecked.
The unidentified robber's bodv was
found near the front of the post ofllce,
his head crushed and both arms blown
on. lucre were three robbers
The charge of nitroglycerin
.. u.v -sn.e l.llicu io open me ilrong
box but It awakened tho village.
GYPSIES RAID A TOWN.
1'imsr llnnti Ttarm With (inn Hint
( nplitre i:ilit.
"",,B vwi, .s ., , ,ius ;'.--ijuiei
4 i.m-Lim, mi
, . . ,
CMlUSIle MlOUrll SeVfll
miles from this eltv. smw s..i,w. ,-..,,1 ,.v.
I, " . . . t i,, , . .
.......... ................. .mo
rtarved gypsies started to raid the
wiiii mirnl iioiiars vvorin oi stun lie-
fore constables from Absecon, Pleas
nntvllle and Bakersville, reenforced by
urmerreshlenirdrmv t.K,n "off w h a pn-sont time hoi thT'lm. NEWPORT SUFFRAGISTS TO MEET. The ba.,Whip Nebra,ka suffered con
vollev of shots, rim. r tl... rnl.lrr- 1 ."!."' """ ha" .,,lr" Imported ponies ! -iderable damage to her bottom it. rm. 1
volley of shots. One of the raiders was
Injured. He was carried off by his
Head Constnble Hutchinson, hidden
behind a tree, held the nomads at bav
with his gun until the rest of the town,
aroused by the shots, came to hl.s ns
Distance. A posse was hastily armed,
automobiles were pressed Into service
und the gypsies were put to rout.
They put up n running tight, but the
determined pursuit soon scattered them.
Eight were captured. Squltv Wt eks
sentenced the prisoners to the Lounty
Jail for three months each.
WHOLE CLAN MENACES SUSPECT.
Seventeen Hint hers of lellm Trj
In Xrlie Prisoner,
I'.Ai.Kinn, N. C. Aug. With seven
teen brothers of his alleged victim
storming tho railway train nnd scores
clamoring for him. Hen Vanu, the al-
loueil murderer nml ktiln.niner of I illver
legfij murnerer nnii Kiunapper or iiuv i
Layden of Hertford, was landed in the
.... .. , .. . . ........
nmie peniienimrj lo-iuguniner a iimui
of l.iO milts. i Bradford. England. Boston and Joiith ' "f ''elnlc proportions swept north and
Layden was found dead Wednesday i is,irr,.. jto h H,art(1(1 , . . '" ,-ast Texas early this morning, causing
nnd nnn was then In Norfolk Jail on u , evidence. First of nil he wished' t, I ,, I Property damage thai will reach easily
charge of forgery and arson. Having' pre on the court and attornevs ,V.. i i fl.uOo.Ono.
been Vmins constant companion Lay- , . had no particular place of abode it,. Tl' ",w 'ost severely diunagod
den Is believed to have been the only slated that he was alivavs on tho mm . I w,'r'' -M,-riti. Greenville and llhomo.
witness against ann and that fur- eUher In England or ' Amerl ca , I Nt a building was left undamaged In
nlshes the alleged motive for murder. , therefoie could not say that he live l in , -Merrill, though strangely there were no
Guv. Kltchln otdered Vnnn taken - nny one place. casualties. The post oiik-e, hotel, twenty
from military surveillance yesterday nt 1 Assistant Cnlled States Attornev C-,r !!"' and fifty residences were le
Ellzabeth City and brought here. When , a,i questioned him i.h to whether , r ' troyed. and what few buildings are
Sheriff Rcid landed him In Norfolk tho 1 not he had sen the defendant r th r 1 '' tandlng, sunvred,
Layden brothers crowded the cars nnd T. Savllle. In Boston since his' arrival I Al i:l'"" "ve houses, and the Bap
Vann collapsed. Sheriff Beld hid him. : nnd at the outset his memory wis v ' I "st Preshyteilan churches were
The brothers, relnfdrcfd by symatphlz- ceedlnuly vague nnd unreliable ii......i I wreck, d.
nr. Ihrinlannrl ... . ltl... II.ii,i,.i-I,I U I
Reld's deputy had slipped Vann back to
Jnll and lie was brought from thero this
m''rnlnK; . ., , ,.
ann Is a merchant charged with set-
ting hte store on fire.
SEEK MISSING AMERICAN,
Wealthr .w Yorker
From llnmliuru Hotel.
Special VaMe littpatch in Tar Sin
BlinLix, Aug. 9. The police of Hani
burg nnd Berlin nrc looking for
Berthold Oppenhelmer, a New York
merchant, who disappeared from a
Hamburg hotel cm July 1'fl a few hours
after his arrival from America.
Mr. Oppenhelmer ctosscd t lie Atlantic
nr. It.r. ll..w!.lAn I 1.. ,...!. n.,.l l.i.,lA,l o .
(!uxhavcn, taking a train to Hamburg.
... . .. ... . ... . t
no registered ni me noiei i.uoecii,
Irili.mlltitr tft trr I., Ilnrll.i lntr. I,. ,.tul-t
.,,,.,,v.,.. iu ... ... 'I"".!.,.,
i.iu i.r.itiir. i-in,iit..u t i.,,.,,.,i,..i,.w... it., land.
walked out'of tho hotel In the evening I
and disappeared, leaving all his bag. i
gage, consisting of several trunks and I
bags, In his room. Next day his brother
began milking Inquiries1 by telegraph 1
nnd filially went to Hamburg nnd
started ii n Investigation, which re-1
suited In an appeal to the pollen to-day. '
Duodles oppenhelmer says his brother!
mm nn! mi nun nun no reason to iiiiui ,
iiiiiiseu or couimii suiiiiie. lie suspects
nri.itiiiTPi'i. win iiiiis-u
Villi I'hn-nhrt If I. Kll lierlnr til llinrk nr l.n..i,ik
rinri- tirnl ibf ii I nnd tattif) mi foi Huiiiniir Hfltli
YORK, . SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1912. Copyright,
SEIZE WILLEY IN
... , m , , . ' ,
lish Wool Man at
ACT FOLLOWS HEARING
Polo Player Accused of Plot
to Import Cheap Alien
SIf A ill
It K RPR K BY COURT
tl , . t .,
Defendant W lion He
Criticises American Judicial
willey, son of the head of Francis
"w"y Lo- "r I5rnrtr'- -"Kland.
wo"' c"mbers and dealers, nnd himself
a member of tho Boston firm of
Frnncis Willey & Co. nnd nlso treasurei
of the Harm Wool Combing Company
to-dny In the contract labor
scandals which were revealed by John
H. Wood, Tin:
SfN correspondent nt
I.Ike Arthur T. Savllle. whom the
Government hopes to show Is an em-1
Ployee of th" Wllleys. he was ordered 1
belli In T 0,1ft l.in,l. K..1 . .1...
... " . I
atoness of ...o ouriit which his arrest,
was made nnd the dlfllculty of securing
a "innu company, he was released
111 ll'f personal recognizance of his
'counsel. A. II. Ilussell.
' WIHoy was anionc the witnesses who
i.ni.. ni, ....... ....... i... ... I 1
,t ini'v uiih iiitiiinir inn ii'iind..!..
ti stilled before I nlted States Commls-1
. ... ...
sloner Grlnuell In the continued hearing
to-day. A prepossessing young Eng
lishman with some Ideas of how courts
should be conducted hud of limitations
io cross-examination, ne proved a most ,
ills memory appealed to have de-
w,ifl...l Itlt,. ...!.. I. ,
of ftfle.m mln.il,.. .h.rr.
I iietiuvnt were his Inierruptlons Com-,
; mlssloner Grinnell found It necessary
to warn him about
sticking to tin.
matter In hand und
Attorney Garlairmo du the uuesttonlng.
A.'l,'r 1,p ,lni1 concluded his testimony
AsstMtant (unniils.sl,i.i.-r ,,r i,.,,in.,,i....
.uremiaii ,i. Hurley coiif.rtiil
...... . ., wnn
i otumisxlonrr Crlnnt-ll nrwl l-lf.iu,
..... . "'"'.''" 'V
'"" "'iiiiio "mi i up lesun mat the
murrain was issued, and Peputy Alar- '
m James Tlghe arrested Will, v i.
was about to Nave the court root,, when
tbe iiiiiltiL- w.-m ,,m, n,i.,i r i...
iviii V.. i " . . ii i " " .in- iut
l l.'...,tn...l . . ,
'"'.' '" I-H M.inVI Hi lliiltl iMl-1-l.-u
ernVitl, n-Tl ,Z . , ' '"""'.' me in- i '". -.iniiiey ..lerormleU Will ... illK v,,r nn uncharted bhoul four miles
Mior!' Jl "" " ' j .Mn-Jb. P. IM.1..1 i. went of Point Judith. It. I. Tho NV
I lis counsel pleaded not gulltv to the! N,:w',,"!T' Auf'- What promises to , 'ras!a will be docked at the Boston navy
charge of conspiracy which lnd been ' '" l"n"'1 "'"frfige meeting yet J'-""''- Admiral Osterlmus promises more
lodg.d ugalnst him and the 'he-irlng I l"'!tl ,uro ls ,ak' vat" "l'xt w,'lIn0!'- ",luil ,,f accident later,
w.-nt over until next Thursd-n- though ,Iay !,fl' ni0,m at Newport Beach, j f'onsider.iblo surprise was expressed
Willey will have to appear before the''1'1"' ,l'""'ln"' pavilion at the beach was hem that an unchurted shoal should have
Coiuinl.-.sloner to-morrow and give bond ' ''"""'''"'I '"-"'''"V by Mrs. O. II. P. Bel- been discovered near Point Judith. These
In $;,u0o for his futuie appear mie In i '"'mt f"r ""' mr,'"n''' "hlch Is to be waters are constantly filled with navi
ttie case. held under the auspices of the Newport gallon and it was supposed that the
The warrant on vvhlrh Wlllev w i 'm,n,y Suffrage League. , most full and ucouruto knowledge of them
rested chat ges that he anil . . , , ,7. , '
-e o i .... . . .
T. .s'avllle i-oiiMih-ed on .lulv :. t..
bilng aliens Into the l'lilled' states from
i.ngland. In pursuance of the consult.
at' the complaint further clmiges su-
Vllle went to .Montreal on .Ink-
iiiouuill .llltnes IvMtwm t....P.... . .it. :
and Frederick Johnston f liradflud. 1
li.l rl I..1. ....1.1. m ' 1
i...iiii.-o siiiij.'cis, jroin Canada ln'o the i
l nlted States. ,
Young Willey. who looks to be on the '
shady side of thirty, was the second 1
W'ltne.ss called In ilir, r.t- .
i . "..i.uini. mii-r ,
KnK through the formalities of giving
j, H nnm(, ...... ..,,i ' mvhik
"" anil stating his connections l
with the tlrm of l--r.im.(- win i
. ,, . "" J i ii. hi
,,,i a iieniiiie answer, he said be i.,,o
slbly saw him there three t imVami
I that Is was possible, though ho didn't
''call It. that they had talked over the
matter of landing English laborers I
, to tioston for work nt the South Baire
e .. ....... .. ...-v.
I There were In the court room at the
(time William Johnston, his daughter
Marie, nml son I 'l ederlck, George
".wii aim aames Kelioe, detulued
alien-and Willey was asked If he knew
any of them. Ho said he had never
seen nny of them before. Wlllev tes
tified that he had known tho witness
Savllle for a number of years, nnd de
nleil he had been In any way connected
with tho firm of Francis Willey & Co,
but knew that he hud worked for tho
Miupiey wool Combing Comnnnv.
'Isn't that company connected with
, Fruucis Willey & Co.?" asked Mr. Gar.
"'f"1 ,lm ' lh,ww replied Willey.
1 "" " think It Is my business to
After Mating that ho did not know that
Savllle was coining to America Willey
"'hanged his evidence so that ho made
it "dear that hit had hoard indirectly Hint
Savllle was to come. Asktsl ns to whether
or not lie was in Boston when Savillo was
nrri'MiMi no mid no, tint that ho heard
of it somo ti
tiiuo between Friday, August
mid Moudiiv, August ft.
Willey admitted Im hod authorized
John B .Miiiin, a salesman for Francis
Cnnllniinl on I'nurlh Vaur.
WOULD GIVE COAL TO CITIES.
Flatter .s.ihinlla Plan for Munlelpnl
Ml nl nil In Coiiiiri'aa,
Washington', Aug. Secretary of
the Interior Fisher has recommended to
'Congress the p.i.sige of legislation that
will enable cities to get and operate
j their oun coal mines by gift of the I
cucoorn,.o. rtah. Wyoming.)
Montana, Idaho and other States west
of the Missouri ltlvcr would he vitally
nrrccted liy the nronosed lcglsl.it on. i
'.Secretary Fisher believes titles In public
land States that contain Government
M"0"1 lam1"- l'-Irlm? to mine coal to sup
t urn i.iniis, desiring 10 mine com io sup
ply municipal needs nnd the needs of
their citizens, should be given limited
areas of Government coal lands, pro-1
vlded only that the coal bo mined nnd
disposed of under proper regulations.
l-ollovvlng tills ptlnclple nnd us a ton-
i tatlvo grant cr tit ' 11 h 1
I recommended thVt" oiigrcss enact a bill
to grunt to the city of Grand Junction, "'""'y into port early this evening under
Col., Old acres of land under condition i her port engine only, the starboard en
Imposed In the bill, The conditions call trim. Iwln r .,,.r i
if' L, fP,u n continuous develop-
j'ne"J ,jf ,he -o;;'- Prryentlon of any
'the procuring of r r kni C
, It v a to the mining and disposal of coal
1 mined under the patent, including cost
or construction, maintenance und oper
GOMPERS ON WRIGHT'S TRAIL.
I'.tltlrnre Aunlnril Jaatlre lie
tar ttrakn Democrat.
Wasiilvoton, Aug. !. Samuel Gom-
pers. president of the Amorimn p,i.r,.
tlon of Uibor, upp.;ared before the Ne-
- ,.,.-.,,, -11 iniuiv .lit;
braska Democratic delegation of the
iioue to-tlay to present evidence which
ho thinks wnrrhntK the Impeachment of
Justice linn Thew Wright of the Ills.
,rlct of Columbia Supreme Court, who
?,',1,('nt',',1 "nprr nnd other federation
innil. ry tr. 1..II
'.. . " l"
ior coniempi in the i
-Ui-'ks stove anil range case.
The hearing was private nnd no an- I
nouncement was made as to the spe-1
iin i ""' o- spe-ijusi
( title character of the charges made bv
; . ,
.i, iL Jii Oomocra,!' are niaklng
Z rlti? ZTSti
r irif ri;i rnmt. ..ru.. .....U . . .
. .. .. r
wp uemocraiie stntn r, ntf.. ...i.i... i
calls for nn lnonlrv it vvvk.... . ...
I.... inihiiin J II-
PUT S HILL MAY BE DOOMED.
la a . ,
' """"-4 ... ,.r sue-
r laced to Anion
Gr.EKXwtcit, Conn., Aug.
..... IUI .1
through the Hoston post road,
Thr. I.i-,..,,.l, r ti i. , . '
limned e'nos T h
widened the poet road to n uniform '
width and lal!l a Mtullthlc iwvS
T(t llhvtnf i Miinrrt turn u
Put's Hill, the warden nnd burgesses of
the officials gave legal notice to-day of
ft rMml..m,i.t..n 1. .
"...,, ,11, i ii.-uium in secure n
f rlim-uli..- ..t..,. i.m .. ,
V " .'"' '.' '"" Pn"
oi mi' esi.ne nt nenry I.. Camman, the
'evv York Importer.
Efforts made tn In
Efforts made to induce Mr. Camman
Rlv the lan.l. which Is fifteen feet
.nt tin , ,.u ,...!, i,.,,. tn.i
' "' iiiu'-u.
Stanley McCurtnlck of Boston,
.Mrs. Stanley McCortnlcli
who ls spending the summer here this!
oar. will preside over the meeting.
The principal addrets Is to be made by
Miss Alice Oner Miller of New York.
The other speakers will Include Miss
Inez .Mllholl.ind of New York nnd Mrs.
1,'ui!K,,,'!,1, "f "''"" -Mrs. Belmont may
llPIU'lt fl UMItt I fWlllttltiO
TORNADO RAZES TEXAS TOWN.
. ... .. .... . - !
1111 n iiuiiiiinK i.en tnnilliiB In
1-oliT Wolint. Tex.. A'.ik. !'. A storm I
- - - -
At Mcirltt contents of houses were
blown two miles by the wind. Three
grain elevators and two cotton gins
are lin hided In the Merrill losses.
POPE'S NINTH ANNIVERSARY.
I'niml Coin I Mli-nils the Cereiiionj .
lunej (ill en In I'niir.
.pennl I'.ilile lu iimtei to Tnr. hi v
P.omi:, Aug. The ninth anniversary
of the pontificate of Pope Plus X.
was celebrated to-day, falsifying the
superstition that Is alleged to have
been based on the Pont Iff 'h own pre
sentiment that he would not complete
nine years In the chair of St. Peter.
The. ceremony took place in the Slstltio
Chapel, the papal court attending In
full state, together with nil the Cardi
nals In Home, numerous prelates nnd
functionaries nnd also the dlplonfnts
nceredlled to the Holy See, the Knights
of Malta und many titled anil exalted
The Pope's sisters and nieces occu
pied one of the trtbuii'.., Ills Holiness,
wearing the triple crown and th4 papal
mantle, walked to the chapel sur-
i u 1 1 1 1 vi I by the Noble (limnl il ml the
Swiss Guard. Caidlnal Merry del Viil
lelebrati d mass, Abbe Perosl, the
famous composer and master of the
papal choir, directed the music.
lls Holiness seemed lo be In lin
UHUitlb good hi.illti, Whit li he attrib
uted to the comparative coolness of the
present summer. After the celebration
he oidi'led 1,(100 lire sent to tin) free
food kitchens for the poor.
1112, by the Sim Printing and PubUthinp A
TWO II. S. BATTLESHIPS
r IllffKllfp Coilliectlellt BrCKS
' Strikes Rocks,
I HOT I! MUST UK DOCKED
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JllSlinpS nt Fleet MlinOGtlvreS
May Interfere With Tarprct
I " .. ... mis,, inn iianaiuii
! Conn',cJic" " Allantlcfloot steamed
of a broken crank Bhaft. It will bo neces-
ary to send the Connecticut to a navy
?J :.nr.re',ai"'..bu.t.h.e,'or 11 W
ileclded. Tlio flagship together with the
other ships of the fleet has been engaged
in mnniiMivroH off this port since lout
Monday morning, nnd tho accident which
tho big warship has now Hufferod U very
I similar to tho ono which sho had lost
year during the manoeuvres.
I Thursday tho flagship had been spoed
. iug nround iilock Island Sound at a IS-
knot gnit.nnd finally toward night came
! lo nnt'hor nbout flve rn"os we"t of Point
Judith light. During tho ovonlne oneof
! tn" "mchiuUtn on watch discovered tho
'"larboard crank shaft cracked, nnd it U
I1""" wiat 11 vnn laH0 uctweon two and
'hreo wooks to make repairs.
Tlie battleship Nebrnslta nlso in out, of
. commission, so far an further manoeuvres
are coucertUHl. ns the result of striking an
uncnartert siioal nDout four miles west
hv south of Point Judith llr-bt n. Wln
day. While it cannot bo learned hero
just how badly the hull of the shin has
now uauiy me nun or tne nnip lian
. been damaged, tho injuries are serious
enough to send the ship to tho Boston
Navy Ynrd, and these repairs will keep tho
"bTta' ".i" ""W f
. . . .
ur.'t P"ctlco which begins on the
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Sr,11t linrr. , I pi II itrMinrL nfln A .... nt
Capt Spencer H. Wood of tho Nebraska
I had divers examino tho place that the
battleship struck and he found that there
was nn area of roclts of considerable size
.!,,, ,.. ,,-.., , , ,
I he Nebraska continued in themano?'!-
i hi: iimi luiiuiiuvu III lue IQaHO"!-
sx is. s
'"' "iiiievncui oiiu .eorasKa lo-
'PV Hagship Con-
'V, . " ,Z u P. , Bf!,"", Con"
vf-to docket! and. will be eliminated
frm ""ww 'or some time
,'" l'r"nlc H''aft of the starbonrd en-
Ptlll. Ill tllfi I .Wtl Wt tnt 1 1 liDd .rnL.n A.I.
" ' . I'u.
"' vessel out ot commtssion
shaft will bo required. 'Hie Connecticut
will go to dry dock nt tho Brooklyn navy
ynrd for repairs ami a new shaft. The
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.iiisr.iH..ippi risreiuiy sunereel identical
.tfi.nrarr.i I .I,,.r.l.,-
.........f, - ,,-, n,, ti.iui.
iderable damage to her bottom in pass-
WJ niieauy isissesstsi ny navigators
McCOMBS SUED FOR AUTO DEATH.
Administrator Asks auu,OOll llam
niies I'rnm WIUou's .Manaaer.
A suit for $20,000 damages was tiled
i ,he Supreme Court jesteriiav against
. . .
wiiu.ini r. .Micomtis. campnign man-
ager for Gov. Woodrow Wilson, for the
death of Thomas Clark of 4 West
I'lfty-slxth street on April 0. The ac-
tli-.ii In i.rn.i.,i,i I... ri. .,-. . .
" uuuu .ui-t.urrun, us
aim n strator of the estate of Clark
-.,.,.,,' ,.' .L . V., .
The complaint nl eges that Cnrk. wlm
in. ,iri,-r. i,m...t .. . .'
.-.. nu.i-u iitiuurSO llie
negllgenci' or Mr. McCombs's chauffeur.
Georgo Koecher, who ran over him ut
Second nvenue nnd Sixty-fourth street.
It was said he speeded for thirty
blocks before he was overhauled.
Mr. McCombs holds a policy In an ac
cldent Insurance company, which Is de
fending the case.
BEAUMONT HAS ACCIDENT.
Wlnu of ll.tlropiunr namaitrd
I.iiiiiIIiik nt lloalosne.
'n.i7 Cable lliffuitrh lo Tint Siv
Hon.ooNK. Aug. !. Lieut. Jean Con
nenu of the French navy. the. well
known uvlator, who tiles under the
name of Andre Beaumont, arrived here
at 2.-1; o'clock this nfternoon on his
flight from Paris tn London In n hydro
plane. On the trip fiom Havre to
Boulogne, which he made to-day. he
attained a great height and flew nt n
rapid rate. As he was entering the har
bor a boat, which put out to assist him
In landing, damaged ono of IiIh planes
nnd the Lieutenant will be obliged to
wall until It win bo repaired,
Cimneau followed the course of the
Seine fiom Paris and then proceeded
along the seacoast. He next Intends to
cioss (lie Channel and follow tho
Thuincs from Its mouth to London.
D00LITTLE SUCCEEDS WILEY.
Aclinic Chief Is Named Chief of i'.
s. Chemistry llnrean.
Waiiimiton. Aug. !. After consid
erable delay In the matter of finding n
man quullllcd to succeed Dr. Harvey
W. Wiley as chief of the chemistry
bureau and pure fond expert, President
T.tfi announced to his Cabinet to-day
that he had decided on It. E. Don
little, the present acting chief.
Mr. Doolittlo has hern mastering the
detnlls of the olllce while the President
has been looking around outside for a
insn s,, be decided tn give him the
t Uir vniln rminlAln In.lnt on having your
ilrliil." ll.ni'H-'l u-lih Ancn.lura lllllrra. uoilj
iciiohui-iI loulc nt fiqul.lto tttvor. Adr.
INVESTIGATE NEWPORT VICE.
Summpr Colon? ttealdeiits llmptoy
Newport, R. I,, Aug. 9 Women Iden
tified, It Is said, with tho Biimmer colony
havo had two Burns detective agency
men working here for several days. They
have been making a survey of tho city
similar to that made by Investigators last
These detectives, according to reports,
have sent a list of all of the places of the
underworld to the committee, which has
borne all the expense.
DR. ELIOT ON WAY TO NEW YORK.
President Kmeritas of llarrard
Completing Trip Around World.
CHICAGO, Aug. 9. Dr. Charles TV.
Eliot, president emeritus of Harvard
LTnlversltv. nnent tan hour In Chtettfrn
to-day while en route from San Kran-1
clsco to New York. !
Dr. Eliot, accompanied by a number
of friends, Is completing a trip around
GIRLS KEEP HOUSE IN SESSION.
.last Have tn Hear Nome Speeches,
and Arc Arco modatrri.
Wasuiinot o.v, Aug. 9. Two Georgia
girls visiting Washington on n sight
seeing tour kept tho Houso In session
for two hours to-night when members
wero disposed to adjourn.
Miss Besslo Wooding and Miss Alice
Shropshlro of Ilogansvllte, who Just hnd
to see Congress In action and hear a
couple of speeches, were responsible.
representative Wilson of Tenncssco
moved that the House adjourn.
"Hold on there." said Representative
Adamson of Georgia. "The galleries
uro tilled with beautiful women and
stalwart men. I think the gentleman
ought to withdraw his motion."
Mr. Wilson did withdraw his motion.
"These girls Just had to hear some
speeches and see the House In session,"
explained Mr. Adamson as he glanced
at tho galleries. "They are going homo
to-night and I would not have had them
disappointed for anything In tho world."
MOROCCO SULTAN ABDICATES.
Mnlal Hand on Way to Franre tn
SptHat Cable Dcpatch to Tn So
Raimt, Morocco, Aug. V. Mulnl Hafid.
Sultan of Morocco, has abdicated his
throne nnd Is on hht way to France. Ho
will go tlrst to Vichy and take the cure
and then go to Pari.
Mulal Hafid was proclaimed Sultan of
Morocco at Fez January 4. 1903. His
reign come at the end of a turbulent
period for Morocco, which was torn by ,
strife growing out of the dispute be
tween Germany and France over their
respective rlghtH In the country
.'iiiiui iiuiiu urovc nis uroiner, ad e i ,, ,,,, ,, ...- .., ,,,.,. xir
. , . , , . , cations with Rose after tho murder ir.
Azln, from the throne In 1907 and forced ,. ., , . , .,Mri,.n
him to take refuge In the French lines.! n L, VostHn Sin
whose ally Abdel Azlr. had been. After , Glovnn"' nnlch. an Austrian buslnes.
Mulnl Hafid hud given guarantees de- "V1"' w',h w V. V lL'lro,ole
manded by France and Germany follow- wl.le.n ""'"?'a was shot d.ow "'
Ing nn agreement reached bv those ttv
I countries he was recognized as Sultan.
I The last years of" hl.s reign were
! characterized by uprisings among the
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inoesinen wnn wmcn .Millal was
I U'tinlU' lirifililn t
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POLICEWOMEN TRAP POLICEMAN.
Pntrnlninn VVhu Acta as
Cnllrd Before Hoard.
Baltixiohk, Md., Aug. 9. The two new
policewomen, Miss Mary S. Harvey nnd
Miss Margaret Eagleton, led Putrolmuti
Alonzo W. Lockwood Into n trap as a
result of which he wus up before tho
Police Board for violating the rule pro
hibiting policemen from engaging In
Lockwood. who recently vv. grad-! h;vera days ago when . suggestion
uated from the Baltimore College of ' '". '"V,0 V1 N x. m",". ,
Dental Surgery, did not know that the '"' V SU,P havlnKS Bank Mr WhU
women whose toothache he relieved and 1 !l" ,HK,a", ln,,,,"ry1 ,as 'w
whose teeth he filled without clnrge 1 ll,H'u"r lla,l b'tn banking elsewhere,
were fellow otllcer" W,U10Ut cl,areL The Dlstilct Attorney's detectives found
Lockwood. who litis on excellent record 1 Ulat "'T ,1,ai1 d,t8Ur',1 l a
in the department, made an Impassioned ; tJL J lLl
defence declaring he was only keeping
up ln his dental work so as to bo able
to pass the Stato board examination.
Ile admitted he refused to accept pay.
Decision was reserved.
MOTHER AND SON DROWNED.
E. Clock of nPaanle. .. .1.. 'I'rlea
lo Save t'blld al llnrTHln.
BiTrAiAi. Aug. a. Mrs. Emma Clock
II Hi! t IVll.Vufl r. til it umi Pilivn f.1 1'irii.vi.l
or 100 Park place, Passaic. N. .1.. were
drowned In the harbor off the foot of
Porter avenue here yesterdov afternoon.
Mrs. Clock's husband. Edward Clock. Is
the general Investigator and adjuster for
tho Fidelity and Casualty Insurance
Compunv of New York city.
The Clock family und party arrived
in Buffulo by wuy of tho Erie Canal
Tuesday on their private, forty foot
yacht, tho Atlantic. Mr. Clock and
tho other members of the yachting
nurtv were nshoru ttitu nfi.rnnnii t
Clock und the two-year-old son being
nlcinu on the boat.
The child, It Is said, tripped over a
rope on the boat deck, fulling over the
rail and Into the water of the harbor.
Mrs. Clock, without a moment's hesi
tation, plunged In after the struggling
boy, but she was unable even to reach
him before both sank.
MAXES $750 RIFLE FOR T. R.
It Will Re Delivered In Prraon nr
nanarallh of f.rnoa, .V. V.
Apduiin, Aug. 9. Theodore Roosevelt
will temporarily cease from his political
campaign within a few duys nt Oyster
Bay to greet Fred Adolph, an expert
German gunsmith, who, to-dny lu his
little shop In Genoa completed ono of
the most beautiful weapons ever con
structed. It Is made by order of Col, Roose
velt and will cost him J7SU. It Is n
combination ,25 calibre rifle nnd ,'.'U
gauge single barrel shotgun. The metal
work Is tlie best Krupp steel nnd the
butt Is of Circassian walnut with beau
tiful carving and gold and sliver In
laid. The solid gold Insignia of the Camp
fire Club of America and solid gold In
laid llgut'i's of Hiawatha and Minne
haha form part ot tne decoration on
the butt, The gunsmith has been one
year In making the gun, which lie will
deliver In person,
PRICE TWO CENTS.
BY BECKER FOUND
Known to Havo Reached the
$3,000 Limit in Seven
BECKER WAS WITH HART
Hired Notary and Took Him
With Lawyer to Rose's
AX INSPECTOR'S PROFITS
Known to Havo Got, $62,000 a
Year From Gambling" and
The "J. Q. Cullom" who deposited
$3,000 In a Newark bnnk last Juno whs
Lieut. Charles Ilecker.
Tho "H. C. Kennedy" who put $8,000
In nn Elizabeth bank at about tho same
tlmo was Lieut. Heckcr.
Tho District Attorney haa learned
also that Becker had at least five other
bank accounts, Including tho deposit In
the West Sldo SavlngH Bank.
Tho Rosenthal murder Investigation
had to do yesterday almost entirely
with the Ucutennnt. who Is accused of
murdering a gambler becauso of tha
fear that his profitable blackmailing
would be exposed.
A new discovery of the District At
torney Is that It was Becker himself
who took Lawyer John W. Hurt nnd
Notary Public Richard G. Barter to call
on Jack Boso nt Harry Pollok's houso
on tho Wednesday night after the mur
der. It was Becker who hired the notnry.
It was Becker who gave Instructions ns
to nflldnvlts to be secured not only from
Rose but from Harry Pollok.
Pollok, at P.ecker's request, was to
have backed up Rose's statement that
Becker was not n grafter, b'ut Pollok.
suspecting that Becker nnd Rose were
Implicated In u worse crime than graft
ing, kept away from home that night.
Slnnlch Suit It All.
While Investigating Lieut. Becker's
bank accounts nnd Becker's communl-
manicn is me new wnness i osr-
I f.t(,ry ln t",""? c ll was printed in l tin
' SlN n w.opk n.K?,lari 8"nd.ay' 1,1,1 wl,os''
j YT. V,1 B,1, '""T'!', '
1 1 in I) str let Atlornev. Ho not onlv Ideii-
. T u 'ii." " " V, ...i...
titles Jack Sullivan as tho man who
stood with the group of murderers
when the shots were fired but ns the
man who walked leisurely with the
, plstolmcn to the gray cor. And he de
IlentUt scribes the slothfutness of the police
I Immediately after the killing.
Save only for tho discovery that
Becker took his lawyer, John W. Hart,
to tho fugitive Rose the District Attor
ney was most Interested In the In
formation ns to where a policeman
whose salary was $L',250 a year had been
putting many thousands out of tho
teach of the moths.
.1. G. Cullom. But It was leurncd that
Cullom was really Becker nnd that tho
lieutenant had been using several names
to c leak his Identity.
a I.IIOO Fonnd.
The Inquiry led Mr. Whitman's men
to Elizabeth. The otllclals of a savings
bank In that city said that $3,000 had
been deposited there by II. C. Kennedy,
who, It was understood, was really
Charles Becker. The deposit of IS.Oiiij
"T " "8 'anK nero
I "w,1,s Mav 1,f th'H -on''- Similar
! ,k,l,01,u were made In ut least four
"t.n?r. -Manhattan savings banks, the
, lB,.rlc,1, 'V101 sal'l yesterday, but
1 VPt-HiU'tl to say what banks, becauso
,Uu "f t,loso ,n8tllons will
l"' ""V1 llofo'0 thc Grand Jury,
! ,ho "nHl of tho Information nl.
'.''a , ncluln'd J,r- Whitman did sonm
"Kurlng. It appears that Lieut. Becker
"m ' lll'l)osl,i, hero and there. In this
I ''By und elsewhere, of at least is nna
' " monl''- Hut thero Is reason to be-
lleve. tlie District Attornev Snvs. Hint In
some months thero wero severul suih
deposits. Already thero are traces ot
about $21,000 having been hanked In
Manhattan and Jersey towns. There Is
also Information, ns yet uncorroborated,
that Lieut, Becker had a bank account
In Rochester under a name that whs
not his own, Mr. Whitman sent one of
his assistants to Rochester yesterday to
Investigate that story.
Inspectors' Fat Pickings.
While on the matter of bnnk nrcouuts
nnd while running down Lieut. Becker s
financial operations tho District Attor
ney Investigated tho bank accounts of
two Inspectors of police. Tho state
ments of gamblers und other witnesses
hs to the gleanings of ono of these In
spectors, n very actlvo policeman of
tho old school nnd who was In chBrg"
of a tempting field, say they amounted
to iis,000 In less thnn n year.
This Inspector npprurs to hnve sent
collectors to seventy-live disorderly
houses and sixty-five gambling houses.
The District Attorney has un Idea that
he divided Ids prntltH with another In
spector with whom he had a winking
agreement At ' rate ihe bunk nt
counts of these ottlclals seem n llttlu
too plethoric for their salaries or for
Hn.i,' iMl h savltilts hi r.linu lo III..
Itoll, n have h i mentioned by
Jucli lloso u olllcUla with wh im lK ai.