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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Thunder showers to-day; fair and cooler to-
morrow; light winds.
Detailed weather reports wilt be found on page 13.
OL LXXIX. NO. 349.
1 NAMES SCHURMAN
(nrni'll President Will Tttko
car's Leave of Absence
I'O.MKS AS A Sl'KPIMSK
(luniiii I'liinviire of His In
ten! ions KesifjiuiHon
of (S. If. Moses.
Wisiiimito.v. Aug. 13. President
,ifi nut prI.Ml the Senate to-day by
M'tclint: In the nomination ot Jacob
i.uulil Schurmun, president of Cornell
1 nlw slty. to he Minister to (Jr'eeoe.
ThiT. I .nl been no' public Intlmntlon
.Mlirr th.it Dr. Schurman Intended to
inter the diplomatic sorvlco or that
licirg' II Money of New Hampshire,
yrcMii' Minister to Greece, was to
Itsie tliiit pent.
Ir Schurmnn e.inie to Washington
i few day ago and told some of his
'rtemls lieie that he wag (joins to take
i ye.tr s leave of absence from Cornell
i nlier.-ity It was explained to-day
hat tlie custom at Cornell Is for the
nlieiMty to grant n leave of absence
t- Its professors ono yeur In every
Mien of sci vice.
The ti. t year will be Dr. Sehurman's
'if pile and he expressed n desire to
pond It 1m the foreign service. Ho
Aplnlned that he did not feel like
remaining absolutely Idle through the
President Taft has always expressed
the highest admiration for President
Srhtirman and wan only too glnd to of
fer him the position In Greece.
It was said that Mr. Moses, who Is
ihe editor of a Republican newspaper at
Concord. N. It., voluntarily tendered his
teplsnatlon for business reasons a
month ago and It wan accepted. Mr.
Moves expects to leave his post within
a short time. Ills friends In Congress
say ho may return to the diplomatic
intimations ibnt Mr M
inc rccnlled were lacking contlrmation
either at the White House or State De
partment or from members of the New
Hampshire delegation In Congress.
In spite of official statements to the
icntrnry. many reports were In circula
tion to-night thnt Mr. Moses had prac
tically been forced out to make n place
for Dr. Schurman. In this connection It
was pointed out that no communication
or other statement from Mr. Moses was
given out when the announcement of
ychurmnn's : rttinlntmnnt u-n. maHa
t'ruully some communication from the
retiring Minister Indicating the purpose
of his retirement Is given out.
In accordance? with custom, Dri.Schur
m.n. like nil other Ministers and Am
bassadors, will be. expected formally to
lender flils resignation on March 4 next,
whether President Taft Is reelected or
not It Is pointed out. though, that
Woodrow Wilson, If he were elected,
would undoubtedly be In no hurry about
accepting Dr. Sehurman's resignation.
Dr. .Schurman has been president of
Cornell I'nlverslty since 182. Ho wns
born on Princo Edward Island flfty
"iffht yenrs ago. Ho has degrees of
A. it. and A. M from the I'nlverslty
"f London and Is an LUU. of Columbia,
Vulo. Kdlnburgh, Williams, Dartmouth
After holding chairs In other edu
lutlonnl Institutions he went to Cor
nell as Sago professor of philosophy
in 1SS, from which he was elected pres
ident. He Is thn author of several Important
t-ilentlnc and religious works and has
MOB COWS JUDGE, KILLS BOY.
Armed (rnrj.lans shoot Negro A Her
I Minding Court,
ol.CMm.s Oa Aug. 3.-Nerly 100 1
ni med men Invaded the court house tit
bo clock this afternoon, cowed Judge'
tlllbert mid il... ..11.... .
. , ..: ii iliiiis, seized a
sixteen-year-old negro boy, who had
Just been convicted and sentenced to
i nee years in the penitentiary for man
slaughter, carried him to the negro
quarter of the elty and there shot
him to death.
The victim of the mob was T. E.
tottoti. who was uceused of having
killed young Cedron land, a white boy.
near town, two months ago. Land was
found In a field, his face riddled with
bird shot. He had hud trouble with
the negro, whose arrest soon followed,
and it Is said Cotton confessed.
The Judge had hardly finished pro
nouncing sentence when a shrill whistle
sounded in court und armed men camo
, , , - cn ilia-
They were Joined by confederates
In the courtroom. tliniu .....
settled at nil the officials of the court
unu at uie deputy sheriffs. All were
forced to throw Mil Ihnlr li.n.k uri.n..
- ...... nuiiun, .Tllllf
a few members nf ili. mnl. ....
terrified, court officials, the others took
uie snivering little negro to the street
and throimh th ii tirtnrltinl Gtmni.
negro quarter. There the boy was shot
in ueu hi. jne negroes in the quarter
tonereu in tneir nomes. rearing they
would be attacked.
Mnnv of the men nf thn ,.,. ,
recognised. Judge Gilbert announces
he will begin an Investigation to-mor.
NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14,' 1912.-copyrigM, y sn an, 'mmM aho
PRICE TWO CENTS.
BURNED TO DEATH AS
AUTO PINS HIM DOWN
Victim Orders Womiin Awn.v
From l,e.ikiiij' Tank When
She Attempts Hescne.
KXPI.OSIOX MIN'I'TE LATKH
Driver mid Friend of His Wife
Tlirown Out When Cur
NEW YORK GOVERNESS DROWNS.
She Almost Draira I'nnnuni.N ...
Dentti at Ntamford, t'onn.
STAMroitD. Conn., Aug. 13. Helen
Fusse. 22 years old. n governess, whose
home was at 3230 ltniit.n-a-,1 iur...
City, was drowned here last night, and
sho all but caused the death of Mrs.
Miss fosse was employed bv Wilson
W. Herrlck. a New York broker. Sho
and Mrs. Kalb, who Is employed ly
another fnmllv nt Khlnmin t.i.,. ...'.
to the beach to bathe. They had been
In the water a short time when Miss
Fasse stumbled unil full ti.....
frightened, she seized Mrs. Kalb and
siurteu out into deep water, dragging
her with her. Somehow Mrs. Kalb
broke nway and managed to get ashore,
although sho never before swam a
stroke. Miss Fasso meantime had dls-
Mrs. Knlb ran to a house near by and BUfsa I'm done for."
Kenneth Fleming, In n boat, found th.i
body afloat about twenty-five feet from
shore. Dr. Wlnneld Ayres of New York
a summer resident at the Point, worked
In. vain for two hours trying to Induce
Patvikmck. I.. I., Aug. 13, -Frank
Avery, who has a summer hotel at Ultie
Point and runs bis own automobile,
saved a woman's life this afternoon
when he was pinned under the wreck
of his own car.
She had been thrown clear of the
machine when It turned over mi the
WHVerly-llollsvllle turnpike. When she
crept back to the broken ear to help
Avery he toldMier to get out of danger
because the gasolene tank wns going to
blow up. The gasolene exploded before
she had gone forty yards. Avery was
burned to death.
Karly yesterday nfternoon Avery
asked Mrs. Francis Hlake. who lives In
New York and Is spending tile summer
nt Uaypott. to take a ride with him In
his machine. Mrs. Ulnke. who Is n
friend of Avery's wife, agreed to go.
They were within live miles of Hay
port when the accident occurred.
Avery was driving his car, a six
cylinder machine, ut top speed. When
he reached the fork In the road
about live miles frmn llnit.,.t-i l,
.. ....... .i.j.wk DC
started to make a fast turn Into the
Uayport road, which goes off at almost
a right angle, lie lost control of the
machine and It skidded into the ditch.
Mrs. Hlake was thrown twenty feet.
When her senses camo back she lonW.-.l
around to see what had become of
Avery. The car was upside down with
the Wheels stdnnlnir. Avi.rv' l,..n.l
showed under the body of the car, but
Mrs. Hlake could not see his shoulders
or the rest of his body. He was smiling.
Mrs. Hlake srrnmlit.xl tn h r..i
and ran up to where Avery was lying.
She lugged with the car but could do
notning with it.
"I can't get up, Anna," he said. "I
CANAL CONFEREES CAN'T AGREE
llaillenl Mensnrr May Fall o !
CoiiKrens This Session.
Washington, Aug. 13. The House
and Senate conferees on the I'annma
Canal bill held another long meeting to
night and when they adjourned It , Dr.
looked as though they would not be .
able to reach an agreement on this
ludlcal measure. If the conferees are I
not able to come together it means that '
the legislation will fall at this session.
The chief points of difference Hint
developed between the House and Sen
ate conferees to-night related to the
Senate amendment empowering the In
terstate Commerce Commission to de
termine whether owtiirH)itn of ntimm.
ship lines not operating through the I
I'anama Canal Is detrimental to the
public Interests, and also the section ex-!
tending free tolls to American shins In
ine toreign traue.
Section 11 of the House bill prohibited
all railroads from owning competing
water lines. Tills Is amended by the
Senate so as to permit the Interstate
Commerce Commission to determine
whether ownersblu of wniir linns in-
the railroads tended to suppress com
The Senate Incorporated stxtv-thme
amendments to the I'anama bill as It
was nassi'd bv tht Itmiuii (nt .r ft.Aun
differences have been udjusted by the
House conferi'1-.tt. but tin. tmllmf Lm. ......
that the conferees will be unable to
reach an agreement on the provision
relating to the ownership of water lines
In this event the I'anama Canal bill
will be permitted to die In conference.
DISCOVERY OF CANCER
1 MICROBE IS ANNOUNCED
Odin of Purls Describes
(Jrowlh of (Jerm He llns
I so I ii ted.
VACCIXK TO DKSTHOV IT
Inocnlntcd by Accident During
Tests. He Quickly Cured
ROCKEFELLER PARTY WINS.
SbhioI f.iiiV hmr'Uch lo Tint Si
I'amih, Aug. 13. Dr. Oaston udlu In
n Interview in the Petit I'nrlairn con
firms the report that he has Identified
an Isolated cancer microbe, the scientific
notes concerning which lie communi
cated to the Biological Soelely on .tune
22. He says he will address the acad
emles of science und medicine on the
subject as soon as their meetings are
resumed ifnd will also exhibit the pre
ventive or curutlve raclne which he ob
tained by cultivating the microbe In ac
cordance with the I'nstetirlnn proce
dure. In his interview t)r. tidln M.I VA
"The microbe Is a parasite of the
blood which transforms, develops and
reproduces Itself with Incalculable ra
pldltv tn u niiilllnlleltv
I Itn prlmlllvt! form It In
tine. When the environment allows It
Ispreuds out and feeds on collides within
, Its reach.
It grows and forms a kind of film
around Itself, then separates Into two
folds, each forming n new amieba, simi
larly self reproductive. When the envir
onment Is most favorable It separates
Into three to six fragments assuming
shapes of u four mnl Hi., innr
Sometimes the microbes become en
crusted In horse chestnut shape, but
So Opposing" Votes at Kleclliui for
Tarrvtown, N. Y., Aug. 13. It took
Just fifteen minutes to-night to elect
Mrs. Kllen M. Milton, the John Rocke
feller candidate for school trustee for
three vp.-im n.t,rii l!.,i.i!u..n .i.iA.if
of the board, called the meeting to order
11 I UP lll'k lirill lllllii.M llrwiun n llnnli...
....u ..,.. i,hu.i, u iiuinv- j .i- i iit iiiiiii riiiaiii'. uil
r..tt..- i . . . . ...i .i.. . . .
ii-ui-i t-iiitiiuyte, was maue cnainnan uy'"iini uie environment uecomes ravora
acclamatlun. After reading the qualltl-hle they resume their active life, becom-
eutlons nf inlur. Oin liillntlm. I.....bn I ItlLf lltliiMi.riiuluil
- ....... ...u .... IIUIIHI. ,(-f,mi . a... i.o.vi.
Ihe first to vote was the wife of a The discovery enables the nbvsletiin
Rockefeller emnlnei. Ahmtt tnn nthai
WOmen VOteil. Th nAlla n...ri, ,-iiw.n.nl
ne minutes when they were declared
to detect If n iiiirson Is iunri.niiiu i
though the .lesion of the tumor may be
invisitue. ir the tumor Is visible It en-
POLICE HORSE RESCUES, TWO.
Mrs. Hlake ran around to ih i.timr
slde of the car to see If there was a
chance somehow of shoving the ma
chine aside. There was nothing by
which she could raise 11, no timber to
use as a lever nor anything to Jack
It up so that Avery could crawl out.
The machine rested so solidly that Mrs.
Hlake had to stand by helpless.
Av.trV tinb.. ... I.,.. ....ntn .. -I... ......
....... i ,w ni l uaiu mien sue
Miinnlrd .Man .ml cnlnp around on Ills side of the car.
From ( ru tn. "Th'' ,link ,s taking." he said, "and
rom CrrrU Mire. ,.,.. p(( ,n fl mnue Ther,y., no
Knight, the handsome bay horse rid- hope for me. You go off somewhere
den by Mounted i'ollceman Thomas .l.iand get help for yourself I'll take
my medicine If I have to."
Mrs. Hlake hesitated and again Avery
told her to go away Finally she did
as he told her, thinking that Avery's
onlv hope lay In her finding help. So
she started oft down the rood. She
had gone about thirty yards when she
heard the explosion. She looked around
and saw tlamcs ten feet high rising out
of the machine. She could not see
Mrs. Hlake sat down by the roadside
Leonard of the Liberie II V'll Hi ulnlli.n
Hrooklyn. rescued Leonard and William
Kopltsch. 23 years old. of 833 nidge wood
avenue. Kast New York, after thev had
become mired vestonlnv in 111,1' vim
Creek, a tributary of Jamaica Hay. The
uue was rising and they were In a bad
Kopltsch had fallen In and the police
man had answered his calls for help. In
their struggles tn irot mn ih..v k.,i
deeper in the mln. nml vnm nnr,.i..
. - - - .... j ir.- 1 ...in. Diuivt sill liowu UV
juiusieu wnen J.eonard thought of hlslwaitlnc for heir m cm.. in .. iw
minutes a horse and buggy appeared
horse. At his mil the l.u. hnv
his war down the h.mk nnJ Hn..n,u.,i
out to the men. Leonard grabbed a stir
rup nnu told the other man to hang on
to him. Then he slapped Knight on the
flank and ordered him to get out of
inways taken n deep interest in pub- "U,,K " oruercu mm to get out of
lie nffalrs. Taking ti previous extended 1 there. The horse dragged them to where
leave, he served as president of tholtntT rould scramble to safety, but be-
fmt lihlllrmlnn e.mmlu.ln cni.mllrif. I CflmO SO fleeoK mlrei! hlmimlf !....
first I'htllnnlnn lntnmluutiin cnnnilliiir
the greater portion nf a year In tho
J'hlllppino Islands. Dr. Schurman re
1 ntly has taken nn active part In poll
tits, lielng u strong Taft man. He
wus ono of New York's delegates at
large, to the Chicago convention.
Mr. Moses, tho retiring Minister, was
Wn in Lubec, Me.. In 186?. He was
'il'Polnted to tho Athens post April
Came SO deeDlV mired hlmunlf llif
other men had to come with planks and
ropes to help get him out.
HOLDS WITNESS AS MURDERER.
Jury Accuse .Man Who Was Zealous
In Olln Kunka Cane.
WASIIINfiTON. I'a., AUK. 13 Rmrr.
f 1&09. and has nn excellent record : Greene, who hnd been active I n irnthnt
fit Mlnlntcr there. Inu ovldonco nuralnHt nnothpr m.ln fin-
. ..... . U
TW.. .... n. . I. ....... . Il ,.l.l ,n. CI . 1. . . . i 1 1, ,, ...,i..1... ,. .
man recalls tho fact that he Is the sec- eighteen-year-old Cella Funka, himself,
"atl big tin verslty president thnt Mr. new for the crime by a Cornner-M
hnu anileht tn ilrnfl Intn thn rlltiln. I JUTV this Uftemoon. Thn In.... nnlA.
Taft has soucht to draft Into the dlnlo
iiMtlc service. He offered the London
Ambassadorship to Dr. Charles W.
1' lot, former president of Harvard, but
I" F.llot declined.
'tiia'.'i. Aug. 13. News of the ap
pointment of J'resldent Schurman of
Cornell I'nlverslty to bo Minister to
Onece came as a surprise to the peo
pie of this city and to tho members
1 1 the university community who aro
Owing to the absence from the city of
I" Schurman and of members of the
1 ri of trustees who might bo fa
"H'.r with the facts, nothing definite
.i'l he learned as to his Intentions.
" not even known hero that I'resi
' ' .-'ihurinan was considering taking
'I'plomatlo position or any other
v '.it as the university community
i 1 .ncerned It was expected that
'' "'ml. I ritui-n In the fall and take
!' i isiial his duties ns iiresldent of
1 -Hell, which position lie has held
I ' Uwn:y years.
V 1' hough I'rehldenl Hehurmnn's nnmo
' - i'ri iii ntly been mentioned In con
' ' 'in uith the Uovernorshlp or Henu
ii nml other public olllces, it Is
' I' r hi nod that outside of his tinlver-
ivork his only other ambition would
' '" ho'd a foreign mission.
Jury this afternoon. The Jury's nctlon
treaieu u sensation,
Althouch Oreene wns helne- i.ni.i .,
witness he was not suspected until he
anu his wire told widely different Btorles
on me witness stand. The Jury's ver
"We, the Jury, find that Cella Funka
met ner ueatn on Haturday, August 3,
1912. near Manifold, hv lining ui.nnni.i
The Jury, believing that George Greene
is responsioio ror ireiia Kunka s death,
recommend that he he rnmmlllml tn th.
county jau on tne charge of murder,
SCARE ON FRENCH BATTLESHIP,
Jfinib Gould Kchurninn Is nt hli
' ' 'Tier home at Kast Hampton, L. 1.
" ''ftlil Hint he had not received nny
' ' !l fiotllleatlon of Ills appointment,
' 1 thin until ho did he would not say
'her nr not hn would accept the
' .Wither would hn tell whether ho
"inls lo leave Cornell.
1 commencement In June," said Dr.
'it nun last night. "I had coniileted
'"".Tv years as president of Cornell,
knJ In commemoration of Unit the
i granted mo a year's leave of
ti" n 1,"
"!;'," ' ';'F:i K.HAf4rirv.
I I Hnn.uli.nl. Il.ll. I a,.!.'"' .
' . .. V t ",',',"V"iii""u. -n .13 run nil won 111
, , . , llekelttiilil Ailfl.tll. 5. ,lf ,
in -Vi. "'",!'"lnii;!crnrli.rw Yoik l.rfori l "
n nl SrplDmtj( I, fonu 1 iffnts. ,11, of the
mo our from Magailnr ('antra a.'.O
to .luinii Into Sra.
Special Cable DttpalcK to Tan Se.v
Toulon, Aug, 13. Tho sight of smoko
rising from the magazlno of the battle
ship Verlte to-day caused a panic
nmong thu sailors, nnd fearing a repe
tition of the Llherte disaster 250 of
them Jumped Into tho sea. They were
picked up by .the pinnaces of tho
Diderot and Kepubllquc.
Meantime the officers of the Verlto
made on Inspection and found that tho
magazine was In no danger, so they
asserted. Tho sailors reemharked, but
were very nervous.
The powder on tho Verlte was taken
ashore nfler tho scare on board.
. OPPOSED TO KNOX MISSION.
T0UI0 TnUes Kierptlon to Polltl.
enl nture of Visit.
UpecUll r,lhle ll,k,ch t g,.K
Tokio, Aug. 13,- The Foreign Office
has taken a strong exception to the Idea
put forward In America that Hccretary
Knox, while represent Inir 11.,. 11..1...1
Hlntes at the fitnefal of the Mikado, nt
inn same time may be entrusted with a
diplomatic mission tn Japan.
finch a mUMnii, it I i.tli,., here,
would be unnecessary, e specially In view
iinnsioin ciuinge in the 1'resltlency
UD the Toad With a crnv hnlreil wnmnn
driving. Hhe was Mrs. Lewis Conklln
of Pntchogue, who had been seeing
friends In Holtsvllle. Sho pulled up
sharply when she saw Mrs. Hlake sitting
in mi' Kruss ni me tuue ot tne roau and
heard the tatter's story of the accident.
Mrs. Conklln irnt Mrs ItlnW,. Int.. ih.
buggy und drove five miles to the ofllce
01 ui, . n. iiennett in fntcnogue. The
woman s injuries amounted to a few
bruises, but the doctor said that she
was suffering a great deal from the
A party of men went In an automobile
10 uie piace or accident. The machine
wns still smouldering. What was left of
Avery s body was brought heie.
Avery was 35 years old. He hail a
livery stable business in Hlue Point nnd
a summer hotel with a restaurant.
Mrs. Hlake has been spmdlng tho
summer with Mrs. Jnck l.ovell on Hay
port avenue. Havtiort. She and her imu
band, who Is n rhnittreiir lli-n ,. m
Mornlngslde avenue. New York, In the
wiuier. one is .'1 years old,
EXPLODING FIREWORKS KILL 5.
Were ftlorrd In Home to Mr I'sril at
AfBt'RS-. N. Y.. Aiur. 1.1 b-ii-.. r...
sons were killed hero this mnmino- u n.n
about 400 pounds of fireworks which
nan oeen nougni oy members of tho
Italian colanv hern lo lm nmH n...
. ... .... ..... iu
night nf Allirust 15 in relehrntfnn r.e .
church feast exploded In the home of
ItaphRcl Cheche. chairman of the com
mittee. Checho's house was destroyed
by tho explosion.
After a search of the ruins to-night
Coroner Forman said thnt th
will not exceed five. Tho many frag
ments of bodies brought to the morgue
for a tlmo caused thn city authorities
to believe that six persons had been
The dead lire fiinlmn i 'n.mi,.
manufacturer of fireworks nt Falrvlew,
N. J,; Mrs, Mario Cheche; F.mma
Cheche. aged 12 venrs: Ann,,n,i..
Cheche, 9 yenrs old, nnd Carmcla
Cheche, aged 7 years.
closed and the tellers announced that ables a lest as to whether the tumor Is
thirty-four votes had been cast for J cancerous. My vaccine cab already kill
Kllen M. Milton. It was exactly 8:13 the microbe If the cancer Is not too far
when the mntlnn tt, ,,11,.n.n n.mo ....I ' nilvnnreil II .,n.il.1..u ... .11.... . 1. .
.. .... .......v.. . v ...,juui .1 nna iut. ...... , ... ., nun m inm
To-night's election was the result of I enncer Is parasitic, hence contact there
an order from the State Educational i with ought to be averted.
Department, which declared that the "I intend to publish a complete for
electlon In May ended In a tie between 'ntula of the discovery and treatment. I
Irving L. Hrynnt, u farmer, and Mrs. iam a doctor, not a tradesman."
Milton. On the face of the returns. Dr. Odin wns formerly a teacher and
Hryant was elected by one vote, but did not take up the study of medicine
the State Department said that one J until he was 22. His ability to detect
vote declared void, should have been cuncerous blood was tested by the sub
counted for Mrs. Milton. itnlsslon of nine specimens, lie detected
11. ..n H n .... I.t.. ... . .!... ..I.. .1 .
...juiii nuu urn i-rowu, woo surprisea nun sia oi loein were cancerous,
Mr. Hockefeller atthat last meeting,' Three were not cauterous, In accord
were not on hand to-night, Hryant ance with an arrangement mado before
having sold out his place. Mrs. Mil- hand and unknown to t. Odin. Such
ton. who was elected. Is now tn Ku- tests were repeated several times,
rope. She Is a well known society ' Dining his experiments he brok- a
woman and a great friend of Mrs. John tube containing cjneerous blood and the
D. Hockefeller, Jr., who Is on the ml. glass cut his skin. Two days later he
vlsory board of the school. , Mrs. Itoeke- detected the cancer microbe In his own
feller was greatly disappointed when blood. He then Injected some ofihls se
Mr.. Milton was defeated. The board rum anil the microbe disappeared.
n.lll I . m . . . .
nni uiKuiuze nes i niesuay night
TAFT DODOES FOUL TIP.
President Welcomes Washington
Hfisehiill Tram Home.
Wasiiinoto.v, Aug. 13.- President
Taft substituted btueball for golf this
afternoon. The occasion of his patron
izing I he diamond to-day was the re
turn of the ambitious Washington team
from u tour of several weeks In thu
Once during the game the President
was In danger for a moment of being
hit by a foul ball. One of Pitcher
HULrlieM'n HUlfl iinnu vl'iniil ,.n thn linl
of a Chicago player and landed on the
tall of the Presidential box. President
At the close of the seventh Inning,
v hen Washington made Its entire score
of three runs, the President sent for
-Manager Griffith und congratulated
hltn. expressing the belief that Chi
cago's lead of five runs would lie over
turned. The President turned out u
poor prophet, us the home team losl.
MRS. FRENCH VANDERBILT SUED.
Tutor (lets f icno Verdict for 11 r en eh
Nkwimiit, It. I., Aug. 13. Mrs. French
Vanderbllt lost In a civil suit brought
against her In the Dlsttlct Court here
to-day by C. Leroy Grlnnell, a tutor, for
breach of contract, and she had a ver
dict of $200 entered against her.
Grlnnell sued for J500. alleging lu
had been hired to tutor Mrs. Vander
blll's son. William H. Vanderbllt, for
$200 a month. .Mrs. Vanderbllt had
broken this contract for no good reason,
he ussertcd, and by so doing, ns be had
cancelled three other chances for em
ployment, he hnd been caused financial
Mrs. Vanderbllt sulil hIih liti ill n i twi 1
contract because Grlnnell had deceived'
uci mi suiiing uie amount or tuonev he
had received from Mrs. .1. L. Van Alen
for tutoring her son.
LOSE JEWELRY AT NEWPORT.
er KeslUeiil lleport. Losses
t'nliniau (inn lleivard.
Ni:w foiiT. It. I., Aug. 13,- Summer
residents are again losing Jewelry Wal
ter F. Aldrich, a cabman, received $25
iearu 10-uay ror finding and return
ing to Mrs. John Siinfnl-it fi viilimlil
gold chain bracelet set with sapphires
The cabman found the bracHet In
front of the Casino on Monday.
Two other Jewelry losses ore being
ndvertised. Mrs. Prescott Lawrence Is
seeking the return of a diamond lleur
de Us brooch, and Mrs. Stuart Duncan
has lost a small diamond hat pin.
BECKER BANKED IN
Has Five Other Accounts
and Two Unopened Safe
GRAFT PUT AT $200,000
Whitman Gets Schedule of
Blackmail Rates $50
to .$1,000 a Month.
(.HAND .M'RY IIKAKS ROSE
Tells How Hfeker fiot $1,000
From Wflilipr antl of Giving
It to tin1 (iunmpn.
ALDERMEN MENACE SCHREITER.
lira mat le Sornr When Thr Face llr.
Irarrr lu llrtrult Court.
Dbtroit, Aug. 13. eighteen of the
0R0ZC0 SAYS "NO PEACE."
Ilruiikln t Irriu man loir r i-lirs In
F.I. I'aso, Tex.. Aug. 13. Gen. I'ns
cjunle Orozco, the rebel chief, says tu
nny uiai an peace negotiations with
WOMAN PRISON DIRECTOR.
Prussian Anthorltlra I'hiinii- Attl.
lade HegardlnK Feminism,
fpeclal Cable titnwicl, i Tub Sus
IlEHLlN. Auk. 13 - Thi, I'ml,,,, ,,n,.,..
lilts, notwlthstundlng their hostility to
feminism, have nnnolnioii n
as director of the women's prison In
llerlln. The prison hereafter will be
excluslvelv tinder thn rnnirni .r
- - ntiiilljll.
The highest post hitherto nttalnahlo by
it wouiuii was nnu nt matron.
The new director will haxe house
snd a salary of Ififia n yes.r, which will
be gradually Increased lo $,nrfi n Vpri
IWNDH HTUCK CKHIiril'AlM
Rarrstnt met printed liy I'orUrt. Uacy a cj
m Jcka bUMk Ktubllttitd IM;.-Vt,
j iiiut'i nil!!. rfiiritnniintr it mi. - "
lorltv of th.. Cnimrii ,...n .,, ' Mndero are off, for the reason, he ol-
this morning's court proceedings will I 1,,t'!',1Ht Yn(1'ro, oboiU to "double
face I'ollre Justice Stein n Tt e - . ''V -'rdering (Jen. Iluerta lo
day on a charge of grafting In con-I '' 8.c,t. "b'' . lea,ll.,,r,,, "'hon ,1,p' uu-
nectlon with the Wabash Kallroad ' u'v " " ""P ror
Bireei closing deal. More arrests are t., r.,, , . ,
promised. Nine Aldermen ppeared I . . , ' aSo hl' 'M" colony ,0-,Iuy
this tnornlng for arniZ.n .''Zn 1 ",?nL". ' ."""'J' ." 'Mnf ('""
stood mute, uhlle two other., thrm.ai. . " An" 'r.H ,n protesting at
their nit..rn..vs iti.,,1.... ,u... '"p roonery or their countrymen In
. , , '.' .. 1 Juarez by the tebels
rilllllllt'll tlfl I Millliiil III I ii v.i mlnn f l.m
Their cases, however, were von Vnued! j 0f Cvary itVp, !i Vu?JW
Secretarv Hchrclter ..f th.. Cnnmil 'll l "Ua.T . '"tlst Church In llrooUlyn.
committee, who gave the Information .rL.r'wp.Uun h.
which the si cond warrants were ' , ," "... ru"!' "r "c 1
no .'ln.r.. r.iL?lutor..l I i.. i'.- .. . ".'" "'- PrCSIUenl.
SECRETARY WILSON SCORED.
Kveraladrs lnialr lleport Also
C'onileinns lllhrr OffielaU.
Wasiiinoton. Aug. 13. Secretary of
Agriculture Wilson. Assistant Secretary
Hayes nnd a small army of minor
officials are scored in the report, com
pleted to-day, of the House Committee
on Kxpendltures In the Agricultural
Secretary Wilson iu i . .
, , - " i'..iini, iiir Ml-
leged suppression of an olllclal report
on the feasibility of draining Florida
everglades land. Thnt Florida "land
sharlts agents for everglades land
were benefited, is charged.
The report eiiilelseu u........ ...
Jlotlng for an Interest lu North Caro
Ina lands, whose drainage was con
templated by the Government. Tho
Department policy of receiving pro
vis onal subscriptions lo supplement
rederal appropriations rr , rc.
Inmatlon projects Is also severely ,.
LIEUT. BECKER'S BANK BOOK.
Corn Exchange Bank,
Washington Heights Branch,
at Amsterdam Avenue and
Nov. 1911 $500
Nov. 1911 1,000
Feb. 1912 130
March 1912 255
April 1912 6,000
May 1912 4,330
June 1912 5,500
July 1912 10,900
Aug. 1912 1,500
Th were the deposits that Charles
Ueckcr made In one bank In ten
His salary ns a lieutenant of police
was $2,250 a year, or $188.75 a month.
Hut there are othar records supplied
to the District Attorney by bank offi
cials concerning Meut. Decker's ore-
cautions against a rainy day.
There is proof now thtt while the
grnft was good he made these deooslta
in four banks:
April. Hi: Lincoln Trutt Co. . . . 1 1,1ft
mi: wt Slile flavins Dank, J, 091
April. IMS Empire
.N'iiv . Kill In
Auk., lit: Corn Enchant Hank
GENERAL BOOTH FAILING.
issueu. nils lliui no I'linnr,. riL?lutnr.l i.. i .. . . .
M!: " - -n,in,,edd;y (.oferr;d!huc3rc:::,, d1;:
Subjec, to insul.s Schrelter w.lted Z "to 5S ttair Tis ru
under thi. innr. cm .,e ,i.u I . : "r results.
,, , ," " ",r i ekcepi in say in genera terms timt
Alderinell whose nrrml I... i i... , v. "". lrrm"
. , - , v...... outiiiiiK was uone mat might be sni.i
his confession. For a moment It looked ,., be final In the matter , hr nglng
as thouL'h thn i!f!ins..ii iiA.iri. u-niii,i ..i.. , "" "i orinMng
i i. i ' " ' """'i iifiu-e in .Mexico.
tien. Cirnr.co nnd his staff are eounlly
reticent. They do not ndmlt that the
imiuug niiouiu ue called a "confer
ence." Dr. Tupper refuses to admit
t not lie wns de cchIpiI hi- ii,.,
Forum on n special mission to treat
nun me 1,-iit-i uenerai.
ho assniiltcd, hut he was rescued by
FATHER AND DAUGHTER DROWN.
Inln r. rent
(ieorge II. McFalls of 1434 Fifty-
fourth slteel, Hay Itldge, Hrooklyn. nnd
hui daughter .Marion, 16, were drowned
In Oreat South lluy yesterday after
noon. Mr. .Mcl'alls, with his two daugh
ters, Marlon nnd Oeraldlne, 4, had set
OUt tn the Iiower limit tf'lnrlpn fnr n Irlti
through Jones Inlet to Freeport and
men in uie ocean.
When two miles off the Newpolnt Flo-
MAY FORCE PROFESSOR OUT.
louiiK-s v,,rn tn lnlvrr.lt ,,t
PiiiMiiRLMiu, Aug. 13. It Is reported
that Dr. James T. Voung. director of the
Wharton school of the I'nlverslty of
Pennsylvania nnd the man who mado
the Wharton school
tel at Amltyvnie, the motor stopped Trihtir' Hol'isoi?' a .'" cve "'
and Mr. .McFalls hud to summon the help ''"' V" 8,?", Q'i'.n.n ,he (lcl",rt
of two Kreupnrt men, ISincat Ilnrnes and P.,e,m " I'"Ki". This la another step.
iv hn tnivmi ihi ciiii-in u in sain, in tne interim! Imttln In Ihn
university between the consenatives
and the progressives.
Although tho announcement of the
change has not been made olllclally and
will not bo made until the middle of
September, ono of the board of trustees
to-day declared It woa coming.
A iiulct movement wnu uinrtni ... i...
university to-day for the promulgation
of a round robin lo be signed by the
Instructors who wish to ubo, as they
say, more up to date methods, demand
ing their rights under the threat of
letting the nubile view tho ininmni ,n-
senslons In the university.
Oeorge Shortwell, who towed the Clarice
toward Amltyvllle. The water In the
bay was rough nml when a wave hit
Ihn fliirlr Mud,... ....... ....... -I..IH
.... . . , .,,, nut. ii n annul, nn
thn nnrt mil r..ll ,...i.A..i vfr fi...iiM
reached for her and was thrown' In thn
waier,. I'atner. utnl child drowned while
the two men lowing the Clarice were
unaware of thn niniiimit. iWnMii,..'.
cries attracted their attention.
.nr. McKalls was In the Insurance busi
ness at ft 2 William street.
SAY GRACE CANNOT LIVE.
Morgrons After 1'nsuc rraafnl Onrra-
lion I'rrillel llralb Nnon.
Atlanta, tin Aim n ii..nn n....
underwent an unsuccessful operation
to-nay in locale the bullet which ho
Ci.iirral Conillt lii f,,,,,!,
Ie)." Si.,. PliMlelnn.
Awm Cble lir-polc), to Tun .sin
l.(.MK).v. Aug. 13.- Gen. William
Hooths phslclnn, Dr. v.. Mi,lr
Issued a bulletin to-day su.Mng-
ment In he (ieneral's health Is not be
ng maintained, dwlng doubtless partly
jo persistent Insomnia, nervous svmp-
Wlul functions are otherwise unlm
.aired his general condition is some-
urn n imisc or IIUMetv
DOG SAVES ABBIB FAMILY.
that the fJenein.
nn.t i....i -i.hiiii.i iiuproveil
""' some restful sleep.
THREE KILLED IN MOTOR CAR.
Pe..n.,l,a..l Fa.i;, Smnnh
Ailloiu.ihllr nl n.1,,,,,1,,,,,,
COLl'MIII'S. Ohlll Allir 11. ri.
were killed this afternoon near the Co-
...... . n i,,,- mB wm, ,,, ut(imol)
In which they were rliii..- ..... ....
a Pennsylvania fast mall train.
Tho victims were Frank J. Irwin. 37
chief engineer at (lie Kalston Steel Car
Company: c. r:. iie.iii..i,... .......
car Inspector of the Kanawha and
...n-IIIKIIIl n.lliwny, (1 lt,.njnm II
Klee. 23. clerk nf the car company's
ICEBERGS KEEP LINERS SOUTH.
C'hrtliur Ii, Northern Cm r.e ( He
Special Cable fleepatrt lo Tar. Si s '
I.uNno, Aug, 13. In view nf ,.
ceutlonnl niiiiilu.r .,r i,.,i,r..u .... . .
,- . ,, "". nn in me At
lantic all tho stoamship lines n tho
party track, or southern course, agree
ment have nirreeil Ihm it ,..,. i.i
.. - 1. 1 m
advisable to revert to the northern
course before August 31,
Announcement of the same agreement
was mado at the local offices of the In
ternational Mercantile .Marine.
Total . .. ...Ijl.iu
A glnnie at these records reveals thit
while Meut. Uecker was depositing $4.
330 In the Corn Exchange Hank he was
also storing $3,000 In the West fildo
Savings Hank and that while he wa
putting $6,000 In thi. I'nrn Ri.h....
Hank he was entrusting 1,500 to th
Lincoln Trust Company.
And besides these accounts obtained
from bank ledgers, the District Attor
ney, through the Intelligent work ot his
assistants, lias Information that Meut.
Hecker hod at least five other bank ac
counts In Manhattan alone and that
decker's total cash savings approxi
Hecker's money and the use he mad
of It wns the central feature of the de
velopments yesterday as to the lieuten
ant's part In the blockmalllng of law
breakers nnd In the murder of Rosen
thal, the blackmailed.
After the District Attorney had got
the records of bank accounts the Grand
Jury heard from Jock Hose and Brldgte
Webber that It wna Hecker's cash that
went to pay the tilstnl mm ..
IMilnM Itrpn, Murder Money.
Hefnre the murder Hecker nwi..! Wih.
Ii ;00. Less thnn nn hnn .
Later in ii, . . " M"i Less than an hour after
BURLINGTON MANAGER RESIGNS.
Frank F Ward t'niitlriiia rinrl .
Ill llrallh la t'nu.e.
I'Ali.. Aug. 13, Frank Ward
general mummer of the I
Webber in front of the Murray Hill
Haths, in the presence of Hose and with
.lack Sullivan standing by. that he
hadn't much money with him, and he
ordered Webber to give llose or Scheppa
$1,000 "so that the boys could net out of
town In n hurry."
He told' Webber that he would pay
him thu whole $1,500 the next day.
Webber sent Jack Sullivan three times
to get the money from Hecker. but the
lieutenant dodged payment and Webber
never got bis money.
Having scrutinized nnd analyzed the
profits of blackmail iui exemplified In
Hecker's bank account. ih ni.i.i..
Attorney examined with much Interest
a tabulation he got yesterday from
William J. Hums and from lh
hlers as to the assessments and rates of
blackmail the financial details of the
gntherlng of what Hose says was $2,-
huu.uuu in .Manhattan alone.
This tabulation reveals that there Wfs
a complete and systematic sliding scale
of collections from big and little gam
bling houses, from large and small dis
orderly houses and other unsavory re
sorts, from stuss and crap games, from
poker rooms, from poolrooms and even
iroiu me nice tnrowing privilege in sa
loons and cigar stores. Nothing was too
big for the appetite of Ihe grafters,
nothing ton small fo their greed.
Schedule nf Blarkmall.
The big gambling houses- the elab
orately furnished nrt galleries main
tained by the blue ribbon gentry, paid
$1,000 a month. The first class pool
rooms with n wide telephone patronage
as well as n handsome cash play con
tributed $fi0 it mouth. And on dnwa
through levels of Baubling, from top to
bottom, thn grafters worked their per
fected H.istem. even to blackmailing the
... ii i ii, : rcliCll r.lSieill, I'iril ll. .ii.i.niiiaiiiiin in
Uurllnglon cheap and fly hy nlxht crap games at
leport of 'the tale f $" week. Here Is the
I Dlstiiti Attorney's table nf rates.
Yorker's Mummer llonir
ChOrites Ills wife. Dulm- Hi. In nrara ..ml ' II U mnl at Maratnira.
Into his body hist March. Haiiatooa, Aug. 13. Aroused be ihJnm.l. io..b,v ennti,.,, i,.
, re:,".,' h.7,rr w" 'H,,,:.":-.,;!'!,,n mi,? .ah,,.
they think Ulll no loner Inn f, or 1 iiVrli, I, H i I "V . "V" 'V " """""I .." " ' HWI.I'h IVllt... Lake MONTHLY PA YMENTH
nionths. Orace's iower iltnbs are para-1 death in n Mre whUi. Ztr. vrif thiir I XLTZ. ! !!':.."- ' 1'''
ivxen ana tne operation to-day dem- summer
onstruled thai this condition Is not iters, noi
due to the bullet In Hie wounded man'm rl fMj. rHcaped in their night
. .nr. pin N.-f,i,n riiy ion liliriliysis . I'loiningi llllt til
lU lllll. III III., ulll.lL I.. I, la U.-U...... .. I...-
...... ... .... ,., mi nni.-n, h urn
Bruce wua shot
has been advised lo g.. up all busl- 1 gmall rnntin lion to
,nesM aelllltles and lake a long rest. Flr.t rl.i-. l-o.il nnm.
i......... i I,.. ... ...... Mi.iiil- pnnl renin
..in...-.-., ii in uiseoii'ieii ,in, tweitiy ,s 0, ., l0
,, -.! ' ..in iiirini i-i ril llillll liven, , I,. ,i . r ...in.
the dwelling ami lis con-1 years ago, hen Ihe hitler was a men
iittined, with a loss of nogrnpher In one of Hie Urc.il Norlh- ,,mi,,r, ..niWin
Icru fright ufllcca, 1 Iniaiiu
ni an'l pint