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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair and cooler to-day; fair lo-morrow;
moderate northerly winds.
Detailed weather reports will be found on page 13.
OI, LXXIX. NO. 851.
NEW YORK, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1912. Copyright, 11' 12, by the Htm Printing and f'u&fhMiip jtJioclallou
PRICE TWO CENTS.
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In PiiH Willi Vncv..l
lo I til I u it ii essel ,
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nn t !i ri-ii I'tieific Only One of
I'liir Lines Hard Hit by Dnis
U iwttfMlTHV. Alii?. A aiiturnl utii.li
IMnann dual 1)111 ns reported last I
nicht bv the House anil .Senate, conferee i
hos that Its radical character iih re- j
jjrils the railroad has been undorosti-,
mateil. In the opinion or many Senators
, , ' . . i
tan proposed legislation in us imai lorm ,
not only Uirs the, Southern Pacific pssels
from the Panama Canal, but will compel
the divorcement of tho Now York, Now
Haven and Hartford, thu New York ("en-
tral and other big railroads from their
tunihi interests, representing an in
restmont of millions of dollar.
lint thin is not nil. According to railroad
officials tlin hill will compel road like tho
Pennsylvania and tho New York Central,
which have expended hundreds of millions
of dollars in acquiring terminal facilities
in New York city, to throw those facilitlcti
open to nliippiiiR interests. Tho bill
for tho first time in thu history of railroad
gihtion vests in the Interstate Com
merce Commission tho ower to compel
the construction of a lino of railroads. It
authorize tho Interstate Commerce
Commission to compel the establishment
cf a physical connection by the rail carrier
with tho dock of tho steamship carrier.
President Taft haB not studied the
Panama Canal hill in detail, but it is his
present intention to sign it. Tho Presi
dent, it is understood, believes the grant
ing of free tolls to American coastwise
essels does not constitute a violation of
ih Hny-Putincefoto treaty. He con
siders it imperativo that legislation gov
erning tho operation and control of the
canal and the question of tolls bhould lie
enacted at this session, and It is the gen
eral impression that ho will accept some
distasteful features of tho bill In order to
accomplish this end.
It was learned to-day though that the
President has been advised by the Inter
Kate Commerce Commission in favor of
legislation absolutely divorcing railroads
from competing steamships. Tin? Sun
herewith presents a letter written by the
Interstate Commerce Commission to Presi
dent Taft on this subject:
Dr.Kn Mr. President: Referring to your
'squeH made to Commissioner Lane unci
myself recently, that wo confer with our
nclatns and Inform you whether in tho
opinion of tho commission trunscontinent.il
'dlroads should bo permitted to own steatn-
lilp navlnatlni: the Panama Canal upon
ondltlon that the rates unit practlif of
uch carriers were innde subject to tho
interstate Commerce Commission, permit
ns to say
The commission, after consideration,
i. unanimously of the opinion that If the
waterways of this country are to be of any
"ibstantlal benefit in the way of reducing
'Men of transportation It Is absolutely ei
.tntlnl that rail carriers be prohibited from
nvning or controlling directly or Indirectly
ompetlnir water carriers. Krom our
Unowledee of v. hat bus happened In the
uast wo are of the opinion that this is pur
ilonlArly true of transcontinental railroads
T.d steanwhlpH plyim; In competition 'with
While tho Interstate Commerce Comnils
t-ion might. If ested lth authority.
prevent to some eitent the Injurious effect
of allowlntr a common ownership over
i hess compotlne carriers, still the limitations
'inner vhlch we act are Hiich that we do not
Ifllcve we could scours to the public the
urns favorable rates which would result
from unrestrained competition. The con
illttotis of water transportation are Huch
bat we do not believe that tho port to port
water traffic oucht to be placed under the
upcrvlsion of this body certainly not
nicer the tamo rules which apply in case
"f rull carrluce. Tho law should In our
"Pinion Isi so amended and strengthened
to (rive this couiiuissloii lienor to compel
pnislial Interchaiure of business botwecn
atfr cnrni'rs and rail curriers and toestab
ih reasonable rates for throuwh carriage.
Th" change of one word in the Panama
1 anal bill is chiely rosponslblo for the
more radical proportions tliat it assumed
'o-rtuy. 'I he bill as it came from wn-
Imnre coiiUtitiH a flut prohibition against
any r.uhoud owpini; u competing steam
ship hne after July 1, 10U. To Uds pro
hitjltion. an it was handed out last, night.
as append'sl u proviso nmowuriug
he linen-tutu Commerco Commission
" Kram a dispensation to any railroad
if it ts th i.'oiiimission's opinion tliat such
water dentin is "being operated In the
interest of the publio and is of advantage
' th" i ' p enience and commerco of tho
twi., r t(ml huj.), ,;xtension will neither
"id.de prevent nor reduce competition
n the route by water under conslderu-
1o.il u turned nut that the word "or"
M a mistake and that the word "and"
iM it i' e in.,.,, inserted in tho provi
I los, of course, had the effect of
"smiii: i, .,i)i considerations of tho section
'ii'l.it. 'v ami not discretionary for the
Ii, s..n,lirs nm u. J(vl8t lnm.
"' ' "ileiencocommitteocontcnded
''') mi it would In. Imfiosftible for
''ti Mr. ,,ids as the New York, Now
' "i i.mI Hartford or the New York
yni. ,w. ,.lt n,,, (.ouumpii hold
''S 1 steamship interests beyond
1 will "no ither exclude, prevent
'impetitlou on the route by
r i oiisiderntloii "
i . the bunion ot pioof under
t M,ron upon the railroads
f I lie bill will, Jt is coilteiiilisl,
., It. ..III. III.. V.tu ,.rl. V.....
"'IMl, i,. , nil, ,1, 1 will have In 'iii.t.l
' " I i i it sliUililshili line unit
' ' s I i-iitral and other lines
mi n ii.r.-,m will sulTer tho
'I N y
'i ' 'in- bill which will permit
i enjoy the terminal
"te is ut the railroads
it. i It. ,n, or dollars Is the
i in- ers th Interstate Com
,t in- n in fs-tuhhsli through
' 'nt I'Mnl 'our.
FALL TO DEATH FROM GLACIER.
, 'ani,ru,. Professor
Kl,''l Wpli.e Nolle, . I
'"'" ' It. S., fellow of Clare C.l.i
lege, Cambridge, mid u distinguished
Hr'-'ntlxt. und his win-, while on their
'"'"'.ynioon. wen- killed by falling from
,,. irt.Mm. KlHC.,l.I. whll(. lw.,.m,n(. lh(,
Aiguille lie IVteret, one .if the peaks (if1
, Mrs. Jones was niece of the Hlxlim.
i'f SI. Asaph. The couple were, tuarrleil
mi August I. I'rirf. Jones wus mi e
perlenced Alpinist and took part In
three record climb lu.it year.
On thlM occasion Prof. Jones and wife
were accompanied by a guide nnmed
lrnffer, who also perished, and an I
Aiistrinn doctor of the name of Pouss,
Ir. ouss was alone ahead selecting
who were , , 'T ra-
Jones. Who were attached to each other
by ropes, followed. Trurfer llxed the
rope to a rock, which gave way and
""ck TrtilTer, who fell and drugged
lr?t ui h Mm.
The ropo cuught another roc ;, but
snupped: otherwise all mhrht i,.,..
saved. The bodies havo not been re
covered. Two are visible on the glacier.
The third Is probably In the crevaase.
NEW WRIT FOR BRANDT.
Cuunart for Kormrr Sell Iff Vntrt Itr
nrvr Atleuipl to Liberate Client.
Dannemoiut, N. Y Aug. If.. Warden
Kulser of tho Clinton Prison was served
to-day with a writ directing him to pro
duce Koike E. llrandt, who Is serving
thirty years on a conviction for having
robbed the home of Mortimer I.. Schlff
of New York, before Supreme Court
Justice Kellogg nt Plattsburg to-morrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock The warden
said he would have his prisoner at
court nt the appointed time.
The writ was issued by Justice Kel
logg upon the application of Ml ration u
L. Towns, who wus Brandt's attorney In
the previous attempt to liberate the
Alha.ny, Aug. 1.".. Notice that a writ
of habeas corpus had been obtained on
behalf of Itrandt was received here to
day by both Col. Joseph V. Kcolt, State
Superintendent of Prisons, nnd nt the
office of Attorney-General Thomas
Tho writ Is temporary and has been
obtained for the purpose of permitting
arguments to be presented on the qnes.
tlon of whether or not the writ should
bo made permanent nnd llrandt liber
ated. Attorney-Cicneral Carmody Is out .if
town nnd Deputy John A. Kellneg left
Albany this afternoon for Plattsburg '
to represent the Attorney-C.enernl and stories I'vo heard many times, when jusi
appear for the warden of Clinton Prison, then up ho came in an automobile with
, Joliu Considine or .Seattle, Chris Brown of
FIRE CHASES 100 TO STREET 1 the Sullivan A Considino oflioes and
I Harry Applebuum, the Senator's secre-
Karlr Morning' Ulnar Destroy s I (arv.
Ilulldlnic on thr 1Iimtt. i "I ent over to the machine to talk
Fire In a furniture shop .it lOt j 'din and ho was ierfectly all right
Bowery Just before 2 o'clod. this morn- , Chris llrown went into the hotel and got
Ing burned out the five storv building. -Nlr Consulino's liaggnge arid brought it
chased 100 lodcer.s In the house n. i out to the machine. Then Senator Suili
door into the street, did the sum- to an and the rw oi them drove Mr. Consl
three or four tenements on Chrvstle ! din over to the ('.rand tVntral to wo him
street In the rear, nnd tied up the Third I off Senator .Sullivan would tell me if
avenue elevated trains for nearly an he was going away for any length of time,
hour. but he never said anything about leaving
The ImlldhiK where the fire begun was town."
occupied oy ss. palewitz ; Kramer, rur
niture, and A Lerscher, ti units An au
tomobile party speeding north on the
Bowery saw the mimes shnotlni: out of
an upper window nnd paused lorn; enough
to warn a pollretnan Two nlarms were
turned In and Chief Kenlon and hl men
came on the Jump
CAPT. MIKKELSEN UNDER KNIFE.
Explorer, Itecrnll-r lie! urnril. I n
iterator Suerrasf ul Operation.
.IriJ Cable Dmpateti to Tim Su.v
tt r. .
Mlkkelsnn. the Arctic explorer who re-
cently returned from the north, was
operated on to-day In consequence of a
severe attack of scurvy which he con-!
tracted In Greenland. The result was
satlsfactory, but Capt. Mlkkrlsen was
very much exhausted.
ADVERTISES CLAIM TO TITLE.
'Nandrrleh Man" Who .Says lie's a
I'rrr Astonishes Londoners.
A;i'il futile Detpalcfi to Tut 8rN
I.onkon, Aug. 15.- -There was a sensa
tion on Fleet street to-day over the up
pcurance of a man In n frock coat nnd
silk hat who carried sandwich boards on
which was Inscribed. "I nm the sixth
Mnniuls of Wnterford. I do this to for
ward my case nnd obtnln Justice."
This latest addition to the list of
claimants to the peeruge Is George
Tooth, who has been a brewery work
man uml it woodchopper nnd Is now a
Jobbing gardener. He claims to bo the
son of the fifth Marquis of Wnterford.
He alleges that his mother was the first
wife of the Marquis, Florence Vivian,
who died In 1S73. Tho reference books
state that there whs no Issue of this
marriage. The claimant alleges that his
birth was concealed for family reasons
and thut he was put out to nurse with a
woman in Fulliam. If the story Is true
ho Is the oldest son of the fifth Marquis
and therefore has prior claims to those
of tho son by the Marquis's second wife,
Iady Blanche Somerset, the only
daughter of the eighth Duke of Beau
fort, who married the fifth Marquis In
1874. This lady had one son, who be
came the sixth Marquis.
The fifth Murquls of Wuterford. after
years of suffering caused by on Injury
to his spine while In the hunting Held,
shot himself In his study.
BANKRUPT, SAYS ROSENHEIMER.
SrrUs lo A told Jiiilxiiieiils for llealb
of (irnrf IIoiikIi.
ICdward T. Ioenheimer, Iried on a
charge of murder in liui first degree lor
running down a carriage with his automo
bile anil killing Miss Grace Hough, filed
a petition in Imnkruptcy yesterday.
I here are claims for J57,:iflS on account
of the accident and about I I'm for unpaid
lulls. Rosen hoi mor seek relief from the
claims His lawyer. Marcus Helfnud
-.ml be would urmlv to-ilav t .f,i,l,.,.
Ibitigh for an order restraining fiutlier j '"'ttine, followed them, with instructions
proc.'isliim- The bankruptcy schedulca t" spare neither time nor expense In re
show no assets. j turning the Mott heir to Ills patents,
Waller II Hough, father nf (Iriwo Hough. 1 The chase led to Gibraltar, to Port
l7,,.u',v.v',:.'",.T ""'J .v,;r,Ji:i ..f"r , " """ Hongkong, where
(ioorgn redder another nromuint of the
ritrrlitge, sinsl for fzfi.rioi), and Miss Anna
K Mcdilm for VW.lHiO These suits are
i" ..".,, ..nn ,-i,-,i, i , ,i 9,,,ri.-
NOT IN BEST OF HEALTH
Frit-mis Hasten tit Deny
Th. -il His Condition
NOT WKLL WIIII.K AltltOAD
Hut Only l.ntely He's Intiniiitetl
Tlmt He .Miclit ltctnrn
Stones that have been going mound
about Senator Timothy I). Sullivan's
health for some months, especially since
liU ...I f....... I." .... I ..
...i luuiti ..if,,, i.iiiui'.; on uuiiii i.i, yes-
teriiay iook ttie rorm or n statement by
n nun close to Senator Sullivan that the
Senator had to give up Ids work for u
time nnd go away. One man insisted
that tli Senator had gone West to regain
his health, whereas another story had
it tliat Senator Sullivan had gone to u
sanitarium near here
'Senator Sullivan lias not been in the
best of health," Raid his secretary, Prank
Applebaum. last night, "but stories that
he is seriously ill are absurd. The Sen
ator has gone West, but ho has orten taken
similar trips to look over his business
interests along the Sullivan-Consldine
theatrical circuit. Probably ho will not
go west of Chicago. Ho left to-day "
(.'lose friends of Senator .Sullivan In
sisted, howover, that the Senator is very
ill. Stories of his illness in Kuroxi re
cently were rejH'at.sl by Senator Sulli
van's friends, and they said that his
health had not improved since his return.
The detail that Senator Sullivan had gone
away yesterday in n private car also was
added. Dr. Urady was mentioned as his
attending physician, but inquiry ut the
home of Dr. Joseph A. Hrady, 131 West
Seventieth street, resulted only in the
information tliat the doctor could not
be seen about tho matter. It was said
at Dr. Hrndy's office, however, that Sen
ator Sullivan is a patient of the doctor.
"If Big Tim is In a sanitarium it's news
to me," said Mike Padden last night.
"I don't lieliovo it, because I was talking
to him in front of the Hotel Knicker
bocker only yesterday afternoon. A
man had just leen asking me about the
stories about the Senator lieing sick
Kdwanl (! Downey, n relative of Sena, j
tor Sullivan, who witli Padden accom-1
paniou .-senator Millivaii on bis lecent
i.uniHaii trip, haul that nt times ;n
i.uropo neniHor nuiuvnn nail not i u m
the U-st of health. Mr Downey routed
the story, however, that Senator .Sullivan
is seriously ill now He had not even
heard, he said, that the .Senator bad
gotie out of town, ami added that i. he ,
hud done so he must have gone merely
on a business trip
I'lmi.kJ It lluir'tii .1...
v f.'". ""I'iiviui OI Hit!
I ",lt r twick.-r. watU h- had heard
1 '"'"''"K "nator Sullivan s illness. Mr
I '"I"'. 1,al "'"" '"itr in Pari", he
w''id- kl'"w" "tlung of his preM-m
: Another friend or Senator .Sulli-
P'n" - 1'rn"h -rarrell. was asked at his
! hmm 1 ar ockaway last night about
nenuior Duiuvairs neaitn and air. Far
roll said that so far as he knows the
Senntor is well and that he had heard
nothing of his departure
Postern advertising the aiimiul "Ilig
Tim picnic" to College Point ate now
Is-ing displayed nil over the Kant Side
and the ltst Side takes it for granted
tliat Senator Sullivan will be as active
in )litics this year as formerly. The
Senator has been quoted as saying that
ho wants to gie up tho State Senate
as "too tame altogether" and go back to
Washington im a Congtessman this year.
And the liasl Side has come to beliovo
that whatever Senator Sullivan wants he
WHERE IS J. L. M0TT 3D?
ouple hi lluiinkonu lllmleil Fuller,
Who Mill u lliiiiilim.
Special Cable Deupatrh lo Tut Sus
Manila, Aug. I.I.- There Is n good
ileal or speculation as to the present
whereabouts of .1. Lawrence MoU 3d
and Mrs. Howne. who left New York
together some time ago on the steam
ship Indriuleo and who were closely fo.
lowed by Hector Fuller. The latter had
Instructions to find the couple. The
couple were reported to havo arrived In
Manila, hut this Is not true. All steam
ers arriving here from the China coast
are being closely watched.
The newspaper" lure print a story to
tl ffect that the couple eluded Mi.
Fuller nt Hongkong nnd are now he
tween Singapore nnd Japan. It la re
ported that u man nnd woman answer
ing the description of the eloping couple
arrived at Saigon, French Cochin China,
by the last French mall steamer.
J. Lawrence MoU, 3d, whoso grand
father wns the founder of the Mott Iron
Works in this city, and Mrs. Walter
Howne, the wife of it Long Island so
ciety man and horseman, and known In
stagoland as Frances Hewitt, sailed from
New York on May 18 on u British
freighter. He sailed iih purser of the
ship and she as stewardess. Hector
' "' n newspaper man nnd si
Fuller, a newspaper man nnd soldier of
Fuller Is said to have overtaken the
couple on July 19, Mott refused to re
turn and Informed Fuller that he In
tended to hettle In Japan,
NAT GOODWIN INJURED.
Tin on n mi ItoeU from ML I IT mill
Santa .Io.tc. Oil. Aug 10 Nat
(Jooilwln, the nctor, Is lying In SI. Colli-
tine's Hospital, Santa Monica, se.
rlotisly Injured fiom being thrown from
a bout thin afternoon off Itocky Point.
about twenty miles north of Santa
.Monica, as a tesult of accepting a dure
uffeted by u girl.
(loodwiii organised n pait nnd char-
tered n launch from dipt. Ilyder of
Sanlu Monica, saying he wanted to lo-
cute a place for a new beach resort.
Murjorle Moieland. un actress who has
been in (loodwln's companies for sev-
erul jeavs, was said to be the woman In
the pnrty. ("apt. Ilyder was In com
mand, Win n Ihe luunch reached the coast
off Kocky Point Miss Moreland, If she
was the woman, pointed to a high cliff '
There's an Indian lives In a but on
that cliff and I wuut to send a note
She scribbled u note on the border of
ii piece of newspaper and Nut said he
would take the note.
As he pulled up the small boat ti'om
the stern the actress said she would
ncconipnuy htm ushore. ('apt. Ilyder,
however, put his foot down and said It
was foolhardy, doodwln Insisted on go
ing, but Ilyder would not let the girl
Alone. Goodwin pushed off from the
launch and with an oor, which he
usid as a paddle, he endeavored to
make a landing through the surf, which
was riming unusually high. No boat
could live In the surf, even If handled
by an expert, and Capt. Ilyder said
afterward Hint he told Goodwin it was
a desperate thing to do.
Friends in Los Angeles knew nothing
abou( the. contemplated trip nnd were I throw his belongings out upon the side
shocked to learn of the Injuries sus- j walk. He would have to batter down
tulncd by the actot, I the doors to get In, she said, and he
The Identity of Ihe girl who accom- nilght never expect to live with her
pnnlcd Goodwin has .tot been c.tab- again. Despite all efforts to make Up
llshcd. but acquaintances say It Is more I Hie difficulty he failed and took up his
than likely It was Miss Moreland. ' residence elsewhere.
Cupt. Ilyder said he did not know the The complaint goes on further to say
Identity of either of his passengers until , "'( nt times Mrs. Hlues would become
after the accident. 'perfectly Inhuman with violent pas-
After examination at Santa Monica slon" and would humiliate him by uc
IIoHpltal Dr. Anderson announced that cuslng him falsely In the presence of
Goodwin's Injuries were not so serious i others. This went on for four year
as ut first thought. He Is badly bruised 1 Prior to the rupture of November, 1910.
and cut, but will be out to-morrow. 1 " Is stated that she would attack gursts
- j whom he asked to the house. Judges
N0RW0RTH ILL AT BALTIMORE. I of nortl0 hwa nnd business associates.
etnr, Tbouahl lo Br In K.nrope, to
lie Operated un To-da).
Bai.ti.morl', Mil.. Aug. 15. Jack Nor
worth, the vaudeville star and husband
of Nora Bayes, Is III at the Johns Hop
kins Hospital and If his condition per
mits he will ba'operated on to-morrow.
Kor worth was thought to have sailed
for Carlsbad or Baden Baden on the
Kronprincessln Cecllte, but he remained
In New York, his condition continually
becoming worse, tho maladies being
Brlght's disease and stomach trouble. It
was not until yesterday that final plans
were made to bring him here.
Norn Bayes Is at the Stafford Hotel.
ADDICKS OUT FOR GOVERNOR,
........... i . i ..
Mnrrn, IVIrrl of Delaware IN.IIHr.
sa. Ilr Xrvrr Halt:
WiLMi.Nnrox, Del , Aug 15. For the
first time in many months the politicians
of Delaware to-duy wore n broad grin.
one that forecasts real prosperity. J
IMward Addicks formally announced hlni-1
self as a candidate for the Republican i
nomination for Governor of Delaware,
This is the nmrwl chirp out ol 'Mr. j HviriK at the' Hotel Patterson he a'd
Addicks since 1h07, when the Du PontsjmUl,d ,nal lm(, wJIirilra from hlB
put him out of no itics. ns thev thouirht . ...ir i.... . , .
permanently But he has re.umed with '
the announcement that he is prepared
to beat the Du Ponts, including the United
States Senator, right on their own ground,
Addicks was the stormy petrel of Dela-1 Club, but he has lived most of the time
ware politics for years. He started u , with his sister, Mrs. Walker Breese
political fight in the little State und ho Smith, at 5G Eust Fifty-fourth street,
kept it up for six or seven years, during She was Miss Mary nives. Mr. Rlves's
which he und tho men he was opposing I "on, Reginald B. Rives, has been living
spent $7V),U)0 to eain their ends. with his mother at 42 Cast Thirty-flwt
When Addicks aparently had the fight H'",t.
well in hand his friend and ally. Senator Mr nlvf" wa Bradunled from Co
Aliee. turned his strength Into the Du Pont I Iumbln ln m-- Hr 19 u member of the
camp, allowing Henry du Pont to be l,T , ... Ktlckerboeker clubs. As
elected to the United Stules Senate. I I, thp P1""(,,'r 'oach from the
"I never quit." said Addicks in making 1
his GuUi notorial announcement. "The
time is ripe for the overthrow of the Du
ij I t .... . t
. ' l-iopo-eiooveriiirowjci,, f ,, country umJ , umunrt.
Mrs. Rives was the daughter of the
BANDIT HOLDS UP TRAIN.
Unix lUiirrM Safe of ,1,11110 al lllll-l
more, , ('.
ItAl.eiiiM, N C, Aug. 1G. A lelegiam
from Asheville uttout midnight to
night says n n unattended express
robber boarded the Ashevllle-Spnrtan-burg
train at Hlltmore, two miles from
Asheville, and with a revolver forced
the messenger to open his safe and give
up Its contents,
The messenger turned over I3.00U to
him and the robber escaped.
JAMES KILDUFF DEAD.
.Menihrr of l.alulis Well Kiuinn
James KlldulT, a member -of the
Lambs and well known iilong Hi end
way, died at 11 o'clock last night at
Long Beacli from cancer of the stom-1
ach, from which ho has been suffering j
for some time.
Mr. Kllduff, who wns u bioker here,
and had n branch house In Pittsburg,
was prominent oh it first nlgliter and
wns noted for his beefsteak dinners. He
wus n member of the Duquesne Club of
Pittsburg. He was 51 yeura old.
lie will be burled In Bay City Mich.,
where he was born.
ARUHBALD ACCUSER SHOT AT.
W. I lloluml Made Target ltr Four!
Men In a Boat.
StiiA.NTON, Pa., Aug. 15. William P.
Roland, head of the Marian Coal Com
pany hero, who figured as prosecutor
In the Impeachment charges against
Judge Archbald of tho Commerco Court,
was shot ut early to-day by four men
In a boat as ho'walked on the shore of
Mooslu Lake, In this county, where he
has n summer home.
None of tho bullets hit Roland. Tho
men, their hats over their ryes, rowed
sway after the shooting. Roland de
rlares the men deliberately made a
target of him.
I llTlS Mf WIlO HS Mary
, it If 1 ! I w Willi 1'i.m.l I e
' ' ,t,"'',. " IHI'll.
Jl 11 l DcSOI'tioil.
I THINK l OUT OK TIIK IIOl SK
,, , .
DeiiintIIOII followed MTOI'lliy tlllll
Hinnili:itiii- Sceues. He
ItK.so, Nev., Aug. 15. Iteglnald W.
Hives of New York, the well known
! wnl" nd amateur horseman, has
filed a suit for divorce against his
wife, who was Miss Mary C. Bulkeley.
Mr. Hives charges, cruelty and desertion.
It Is understood here that the trouble
between Mr. Hives and his wife Is of
In his complaint Mr. Hives nays thai
In November, 1910, Mrs. Hives ordered
him to leave their house nt 42 Kst
Thirty-first Btreet. Mr. Hives was the
owner of the estnle Oirnwnth at New
Huniburg, Dutchess county, where ho
wos In the habit of spending most of
his summers, but the New York house
was In the name of Mrs. Hives.
in the complaint he says that Mrs.
Rives when she ordered him out of Ihe
Rast Thirty-first street house told Mm
that ho must never come back, nnd that
If ever he attempted to do so she would
saying mat they were Improper per
sons for their children to meet. Sha
would declare, the complaint says
further, that they were uncouth black
guards engaging In drunken debauchca.
Mr. Rives denies the truthfulness of
the charges laid against his guests.
He says that at times she would leave
home" and refuse to Tecclve them. On
one occasion, the complaint says, he had
Invited guests to u dinner party, but his
wife went to bed, on the score that'
she would not entertain the party.
Again, when he returned with friends
from a dinner she accused htm of in
toxication and kept up "such miscon
duct" iintll the guests left.
Mrs, Hives, uccordlne to the ram.
plaint, tfted to alienate his children,
j u'llln" lll,'m ui was a drunkard
and that the son would Inherit the taste
ifor Huuur from the father. She alio
,,,.,,. ml pmpl()vt.eH ln(J
t estate so that they left, and In one in-
stance Insisted upon the discharge of a
aervunt who had served the family
faithfully for forty years. She charged
too that .Mr. Rlves's absence from
"v,m " " '"ps was lor no goo.i
1., Mn,1. laii ...I..... ti. i.
toV v r '
Mr Rlves's address fur ihe Inst elirh.
iteen months has been the Knickerbocker
1 ' "V"
came known as one of thy first amateur
horsemen In the country Mr. Rives has
been ii Judge nt horse shows In many
' " juufif ill ttu
late ltd ward H. Bulkelej'
KNOX STARTS FOR JAPAN TO-DAY
j llrar Iduilral Reynolds Detailed n
Washington', Aug. 15, Rear Admlrul
Alfred Reynolds, commander In chief of
the Pacific reserve fleet on the cruisor
Woat Virginia ut the Bremerton nftvy
yard, was detailed to-day by the Presi
dent as naval aid to Secretury of State
Knox on his mission to Japan.
Severul days ago Rear Admiral Sid
ney A. Stauntun, retired, was detailed,
but asked to be excused on account of
111 health. Rear Admlrul Aaron Ward,
supervisor of the harbor of Now Ynk,
was next appointed, and he wired to
day that Ills health was not such that
he felt like undertaking the Journey.
Admiral Reynolds yvas promptly se
lected, but has not yet replied.
If for any reason Admiral Reynolds
cannot serve. Rear Admiral Reginald
p. Nicholson, commanding the Asiatic
station, will be drafted.
.Secretary Knox will leave Washing
ton nt G'43 P. M. to-morrow, going by
way of Chicago and the Canadian Pa
cific via Banff. Ho will be accompanied
by Mrs. Knox and by Hansford Miller,
chief of the Fur Kastern division, as
secretary of the mission.
Admiral Reynolds Is expected to Join
the pnrty nt Reattle and Brlg.-Gen.
John J. Pershing will Join them at
Yokohama to serve as military attnehe.
The trip across the Pacific will be made
ton the armored cruiser Maryland,
PITTSBURG CLEANS UP.
One llnndrrd Iteaorts Cloard by Or
der of Morals Chirr,
PiTTSniRO, Aug. 15. A demand bv Dr.
F. A. Rhoades, head of the Morals Com
mission, that the police attack the social
evP resulted tn an order to-day tht
closed 100 resorts,
There Is apprehension In the "Bad
Lands" that the order will be made gen
eral and. that every resort In Pittsburg
will he closed.
SPECIAL TERM TO TRY BECKER.
Whitman Mipllra lo dm. Ill ,1ns.
Her (iulT May Mil.
AI.UA.vr. Aug. IJ. Oov. Olx will te
celvo to-morrow u request from District
Attorney Whitman of Ne.w York that
n extraordinary session of the Sti- ,
preme Court be ordered for September j
to try Ilout. Becker and the others Im-1
plicated In the murder of Itosenthul. I
Jniniw Kicfr. District Attorney Whlt-
' man's special messenger, arrived here '
to-night with a letter from his chief to
the Governor. The letter was received
by John Mason, the Governor's secre
tary, and will be transmitted to the
Governor to-morrow morning,
It wus learned that the District At
torney Is making special preparations
for the trials of the defendants In the
Rosenthal case, tin nsks the Governor
to designate a Justice lo preside over
It was conjectured lieie that Justice
John W. Ooff may be designated.
District Attorney Whitman ut his
home last night declined to discuss what
request he had made of the Governor.
He sold that he had sent a letter bv
special messenger, but that any state- i
ment as to the nature of the request
would have to tome from Gov. Dix.
WLLLEY AND SAVILLE HELD.
Walir r.xauiluatloii on t liariir i,r
Vlulatlna; Allen Labor l.an.
Boston. Aug. 13. P. Vernon Wllley
and Arthur Saville, who were urrested
hV the tfnltll Stain mitlmel,!. ...liutt.
the last week charged with conspiracy
lo bring aliens Into the country, con -
trary to the alien contruct labor law.
waived examination before I'nlted
mates i,uimnia.ioner itrinneii lo-uay
and were held for the September sit
ting of the Grand Jury. Hall In each
case was fixed at $7,000, which was pro
vided by a bonding company.
The contention of the Government Is
that Kavllle, representing the Wllleys,
went to wool workers In Bradford, Kng
land, and induced them by promising
higher wages to come to America with
the Intention of having them employed
by the Barre corporation.
Sayllle was rearrested yesterday on
the conspiracy charge by Deputy
I'nlted States Marshal Tlghe.
ASK 4 TO 1 AGAINST WILSON.
Kerr Hate 3lour o Wagrr a Br.
tirem Taft and Rooirrrlt.
A man who has made heavy bets n
the financial district In past campaigns
said yesterday that odds on Woodrow
Wilson for the Presidency had taken a
pronounced Jump In the last few days
and that offers of 3 to 1 on the Gov
ernor found few takers of the short
Demands of 4 to 1 are made by those
who want to put their money against,
the Democratic candidate.
This man has a lot of money to offer
on the Governor at 3 to 1. As for bets
on the race between Roosevelt and Taft
It was said that they were few and far
AERO USED AS AMBULANCE.
Iteallj Bral .talon In I'IcLIiik I n
Strtni Arirr a Tnmblr.
MtNfcOLA. I.. L. Aug. 15. Joe 8teens
had a narrow escape here to-night
when, after volplaning from ISO feet
In the air, his skids caught In the long
glass, struck a hole and his biplane
turned over on him.
A cry went up from the uowd and
mnny automobiles started In a race
for the pot. They were outdistanced
by George Realty, who Jumped on to
his biplane and was soon ut the soul.
Bently pulled Stevens out of the said Mr. Whitman. "I supposed at the
wreckoge, took him Into his aero- slot t thut the MHyor or the police would
plsnn and flew back to the hangars, see to It that the usual Inducements
Stevens was dazed but uninjured. A were offered for the apprehension of Ihe
delegation of aviators went to Manager criminals. Since they have showu no ln
Douglas Houghton later and complained ' dlcat lon of offering a rewerd 1 have
of the condition of the field. I decldul to do It myself."
The District Attorney does not' want
tittq THTn vrantc m.t.,,. 10 ,,Km ,lle trluW of ,'lu"t- Iker and
FALLS INTO KING'S PRESENCE. I the others accused of the Rosenthal
... , . murder until Horowitz and Rosenzwelg
uirl I ra.lirs 'I hrouuu Hoot or Au-are taken. He will start the court pro
wrru Clinniher of Commerce. j ceedlngs without these Inen being under
Steeial fable Dr. patch to Tan Six ! ,,m'!i, ir 1,0 hns t. hut he prefers to
A NTWKKl', Aug. 13 - While the Ulnir i have ,,"'m prison before taking the
of the Belgians was making a speech I" "T. " my p,an"
win, had c i mbed i n ,n . "K ,K'r f"1-1 ,1,lU lu" hus asIi"" Governor to
fieverul of the women fainted nnd
others were cut by the falling glass.
The girl sustained a badly fractured
wrist und was rut severely about the
The King wus greatly startled for a
moment but soon recovered his com
posure and continued his speech.
MRS. F. D. WINSL0W INJURED.
With Her Molhrr, Mrs. Carroll, She
Is TliMtnn From t'arrlaar.
I'lTTsngui, Mass.. Aug. 13. -Mis.
Frances Dana Wlnslow of 4 Kast Tenth
street, New York, and her mother, Mrs.
Curroll, narrowly escaped death on u
mountain road In Washington last
night whllo driving- to Cureswell, the
Wlnalow villa, from u picnic.
Their horses went off a steep em
bankment nnd their carriage over
turned. Both women were thrown
some distance and severely shaken up.
An automobile containing momhera of
tho picnic party picked up the women
and carried them home.
FINGY C0NNERS FINED $200.
ItefusrU lo Keep steam aell Out of
Motor Ileal Coarse.
Chicaho, Aug. 15. -William J. iFlngy)
Connors, politician nnd publisher nf tho
Buffalo Courier, was fined $200 by Capt.
John C. Cnntwell of the revenue cutter
Tuacarora yesterday because he refused
to keep his steuin yacht. Mary Alice,
out of the motor boat course nt the
The Mary Alice was awarded the
Edward Morris $500 prize last night for
being tho best decorated boat tn tho
Venetian night parade. It Is neany
as large as William A. Lydon's Lydonla,
nnd Is said tn have cost $200,000.
Mr. Connera and party came to Chi
cago on the yacht from Burfsio to
attend the water carnival,
WRITE PAL IN JAIL
Webber Gets Post Card From
Lefly Louie and Gyp
UP IN MASSACHUSETTS
Whitman Says He Will Offer
$5,000 Reward for
INIMCT.MKNTS ARK PUT OFF
I'roMTiilor Asks (Jrnud Jury to
Wait Till Tuesday on
lirldgle Webber, In the West Side
coutt prison, enjoyed yesterday a
' friendly greeting from the two murder
' eis of lletman Rosenthal who are still
I at large- Harry Horowitz (Gyp the
J Blood) and I. mils Husenxweig (Lefty
I l''ni ..Methuen. Mass., they sent to
I Webber u picture, postcatd bearing this
. hopeful and optimistic message:
.. ,hr best you can. We'i
light. Your Pala, L. A G."
Within a few hours Central Office man
were on their way to Methuen, confident
that they would be able to find the fugi
tives. Mux D. Steiier, Webber's coun
sel, having obtained the tip from Web
ber, handed it over to the District At
torney, who supplied the Information to
Deputy Commissioner Dougherty.
The card came to Webber In tha
morning and was a surprise. It was en
closed In two envelopes. Webber tore
up the envelope, but kept the postcard.
He sent for Mr. Wiener and told the law
yer he believed the message waa genu
ine and that the fugitives really were la
Mr. Steurr sent for Keeper Ryan, who
gathered up the scraps of torn paper
the prisoners had scattered. From theae
scraps Mr. Steuer reconstructed the en
velope thai the bore the postmark and
the address. The postmark showed that
the card had been mailed at Methuen
at 10 o'clock on Wednesday night. Thla
was the addreas: '
"1 Webber. City Prison. West Fifty
Webber was deeply Impressed with
the message. He told Mr. Steuer that
he believed It wast genuine and that
HorowltE and Rosenzwelg wanted
merely to show him that they were not
afraid of police activities. Webber waa
so earnest that he convinced Mr. 8feur
and Mr. Steuer In turn convinced the
District Attorney. When Deputy Com
missioner Dougherty got the tip he said
he believed that It was the beat In
formation the police had yet obtained.
Mr. Dougherty at once sent four men to
Itmard ul SA.OOO.
Mr Whitman announced last night
that he will offer u reward of ?6,000 for
Horowitz and Rosenzwelg. The money
will be psld to whoever gets Ihe fugi
tives, dead or alive. There will be an
offer of $2,500 for each man.
"I hae become tired of waiting for
the Mayor and the police to take the
usual steps In a matter of this kind.'
The (Jiaml Jury al the tequest of the
District Attorney delayed yesterday the
filing of Indictments against Roen
zwelg, Muller. Horowitz. Ciroflcl, Jack
Sullivan and William Shapiro, as wall
us a superseding Indictment In the case
of Lieut. Becker.
The papera had been dtawn up and
we're In tho Grand Jury room ready-for
the signatures of the District Attorney
and of Oscar R. Cauchols. The Grand
Jury waa ready to vote the Indictment.
But Mr. Whitman having heard that
Schepps was returning voluntarily to
the city and that he would be a valuable,
witness, asked the Grand Jury to put
off Its vote until next Tuesday.
A notion got around that the Grand
Jury hud declined to vote Indictments
because of a lack of evidence. That
was not the case. A vote would have
been taken had not the District Attor
ney Interposed a plea for delay. Mr
Whitman last night made thla state
ment: "The report that there was any claah
or disagreement In the Grand Jury
room was absolutely unfounded. It la
essential that all the evidence be so pre
sented that Indictments found against
the several defendants may be properly
found. I myself requested theGrandJurv
lo delay the tiling of Indictments until
Tuesday and I assume that It waa at
my request that such a delay was de
cided on. The Grand Jury and the Dis
trict Attorney are In entire accord and
there has been no suggestion of fric
tion or disagreement of any kind."
Illrkry Nrforr C.raad Jury.
There were nine witnesses before the
Grand Jury yesterday. The Inquisitors
met somewhat earlier than usual. They
were at work at 11 A. M. John .1.
Hlckey. who waa with Herman Rosen
thal at a table In the Metropole res
taurant Just before Rosenthal was shit,
described what he saw and heard.
John Eastland was a witness of the