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VOL. LXXX.-NO. 12.
GOV, DIX STILL
Ki'iiominntioii Never Denied
Vet to a Democratic
G ATI IKK AT SYRACUSE
Opposition to Executive Will
He Voiced at To-dny's
Hum a onnci wound In Her
j head and she was unconscious. Kccpt
SUM I'. AY 11 K CAN'T AVIXf1r nn at,ucl of nervousness Johnon
Lot. iloll 1111(1 Senator 0
,, . . , ,
111,111 10 .Meet ( liairmeil and
.-i -i N. V. Sept. II. Go. Dlx
a ,.i t!if State officers. John A. Mason,
fi r.-t.irv i" t lie Governor and secretary
of ii l. mi 'r.itlc State committee; Sen--..i
i n;,irm,m. ex-Mayor Jn'me? K. Mc
ii . ro of Syracuse and now a resident of
. V, rK cliv and Influential at Demo--aiu
n.itlotial headquarters In the Fifth
a r.iie liti.ldlng, and most of the State
..ommiUre and county chairmen arrived
i.-msht to participate In the Informat
cmferences to-morrow over Democratic
..millions In the State and to take jiart
In the meeting of the State committee
hiih. under the new election law, is to
Same the Presidential electors at large
ari'1 the forty-three district electors.
VII absentees will be here early to
moTow morions ready for the State
.omnuttec, which Is to assemble ut 10'.
eilock. After the Presidential electors I
hae been nominated and possibly
pmporarv chairman of the State con
cntlon. which Is to assemble here on
k tuber 1. named, the committee will
tde a te.ess to J c'clock, when, together
with the county chairmen, they will be
nidrts.ed bv Oov. Wilson, the Demo
. raMe nonunee for President, and by
i' Dlx who made it very plain to
n.sht thai he is a candidate for renom
ma'.on and bellevrs that the Democratic
par. will accord him a second term on
the record of his administration
Wilson Is to arrlvo early In thelfor tU consolidated C
mm r. nr. Ho und Gov. Dlx an! to make
?.iIn-M's at the State fair early In the
f'rnoon. Meantime there are to be
nfnrmal conferences In which Oov, Wll
n tJov. DIn, Charles F. Murphy and
o,h. is will particliate.
was siutvd to-nishl by those who
f. O ,t Inl.. .... 111,. .'ltl. . fr.M. .Ua.
.. ... ..,, ...u.-. .urn
relations lietwcen Cm. Wilson anil ,
. Dlx have been .ordiul and lntlmatl
. m the day the latter attended the
w .on notlllcatlon ceremonies nt Sea,
and that their relations have been
t ntalned by personal correspondenct ;
-een the two Democratic Governors,
6,.i ,iKo with acting Chairman McAdoj,
ol e Democratic National Committee. '
Wilson Is not to attempt to sug-l
( or dictate the nomination fori
i 'nor and has had no such thought.
' ...rdins to his Intimates, and more-
has had no unhappy thoughts over
'i' M'titudo of the New York delegation
' Haltirnore. He bellevrs, it was added,
n Democratic year and deslre.i
iia.iniit vthere It can bo obtained with
. ' tie acrlfice of Democratic prln-
i -"..Intalnetl that Go. Dlx has ,
ii;-.. iiemoer.ylc Governor, and yet It .
nni- . slated that certain State com-n.i-eeiiien
and county chairmen uroprc
;ar d m the Informal conferences to-inor-
nv t,. i.rotest to Mr. Murphy ugatnst
h ..riil ."..mlnutlon fo.- the Governor.
1 -' w.iuii". they said, have done so to-i-i-.
r.pi that Mr. Murphy and his
!r.-v1- fn busy enjoying themselves
-iie Fair und visiting the Syra
l n: .islty buildings and other
-.I v (miis of the city. In fact It was
l .i .i in. muted that nil criticisms and
ion o1.. ,nis must be postponed till to
mr,i . ,,
.' mi. I led on nil sides that Mr.
v 1 -1 in complete control of the
'i-. r organization in the State
' 1 Div's bupportcra would like to
i nstantlul reasons why he as a
I'eni Main- Governor and loyal to his
i-j iv . ra.inlzatlon should be refused a
in .iii in.i i .. in.
l-nri- ,ue murmurlngs against the
n it- from Democrats In Kings,
N lrl. Krle and Onondaga coun
.' lie I thrre are southern tier Demo
ii - n.) believe that a stronger Demo-"s-
ih.ni the Governor could bo named,
an,j nen asked If Attorncy-aeneral
1 .ir.i Lieut. -Gov. Conway and State
ru -. i and Surveyor Bensel, all of
.ii .re here endeavoring to pump
' into their bourns, would be
-'i- nqi i candidates than Dlx there Is a
is ..nd pshawing.
I -.no would be stronger than
' ' v v . . . they tell you that Charles E.
Tirman of Tompkins county, Gov.
x- i.'rintendent of Public Works,
" ' the present situation. All
i'i..- thrtt it is a peculiar situation.
ThTc is an Indefinable opposition to
Has renomlnatlon In many
' rs and yet when It Is
h ii seems to be lacking In
'iiivv from the standpoint of Demo
' i .otv organization methods. The
: -.ri is general and specific In--
i i s.ipport It nro not given.
"I'liiinenls of thn Governor put It
.- H "Wo can't win with Dlx.
" .i'- !n our county. Why? Well,
'Hnnni just tell you, but he Is weak
' i ' Democratic voters, and we
is irv.lv admitted that Gov. Dlx
" in v because of hla personal rc-
"-.'b Mr. Murphy, but the
' " ' Mr. Murphy reply: "The
h,f - .ii complete control of the
i"m .. r,Mc organization In the State.
ii I'hrr renominate Gov. Dlx or
)' ' im .olilr, as the Governor has no
' w-.ic nf his own. Hut with Dlx
turn l H,iri(t wouldn't the Democrat
"i-ii,,, , m h, (J1U. (,hjectod to
nciic criticisms, for he could not be
"""I -Lout Mr, Murphy's consent?
1 ammo Conway, Kennel or Tremnn
Continued on Fourth rage.
JACK JOHNSON'S WIFE SHOT.
r.EUS HITS ROCK,
itol on Herself In Chlraao.
Ciucaoo, Sept. 11 Mm. Etta Johnson,
.wh'te wlfo of jHck Johnson. negro
pugilist, attempted to commit suicide
io-nlght by shooting hcMclf In the hcal
with a revolver.
Tho woman was alone In the apart
ments over Johnson's cafe when sh
iled to end her life. The hullet eiiteied
"m right side of her head and puhki.iI
"lit JltSt below her left Ixmnl., Blia
was taken to the Provident Hospital.
where It was announced that the wound
probably would cause her death.
.urs. Johnson was prop.nlng to leave
ior l.ss Veens. V. M ..,..
seized with n nervous spell. Johnson
was In the cafe below talking to severe
friends when a pistol shot was heard.
He ran upstairs and found his wife lying
On thi fnnt nt UAH ...
... t uuurouin. moon was
iircanung from a bullet wound In her
wus unable to assign any motive for
ins wires ntiemot to en,l Imr nr..
Oor-L'LoTn ""ompanled his wife to the
; Jioapltnt. He explained to the police
,nt for the last two years she. had suf-
fcred from nervous attacks nn.l timt
several months oro she had tried to
throw herself from a window of a train
while suffering from an attack.
"There was no trouble between us."
.luuiison ioiu tnc police.
Mrs. Johnson, who was a Mrs. Duryea 1 t!,ft ,,01,t ,'J,lk nlonRll of lb
of hong Island, married the pugilist In I '"""''R5 Ilnt dock In twenty feet t.t
P ttsburg about one. year ago. An I water.
A ! , t r ... n , . . ... I n . .1 i . ....
..., u.im,ru ana is saiu to have
received a fee of several hundrad
Mrs. Johnson was divorced from
Clarence Duryej. a New Vork horse
man. She was married to the prize
lighter despite the pleadings of her
friends and the threats of her family.
The woman Is a cousin of Kloretta
Whaley. who eloped the years ago with
the Itev. Jere Cooke of St. George's
Episcopal Church at Hempstead. L. I.
Johnson Is undetstood to have known
her for some time before their marriage
BANDIT HOLDS UP STAGE.
'rnUrn t!i0 from Driver's foeUn In
Fort HinwELi., Cal Sept. 11. The
High Urade stage was held up last night
half way betwees. here and the High
(Jrade mining camp by ..n armed bandit.
The money sack was taken from the
To-day Sheriff Smith, Cyclone Thomp
son, driver of the stage, who Is known
as a man quick on the trigger, and a
posse of the Sheriffs deputies are
searching the hills.
1'hompsou had cashed $150 In checks
ompuny. He has
the reputation of being such a bad man
with a revolver that hls-frlonds recently
persuaded him to stop carrying one
while he was driving.
The holdup was as melodramatic as n
wild West vaudeville playlet. The ban
dit, mnsked, stepped from behind a pine
. .' .
tree and levelled h
blR revolver at
i wm Hsk vou to hand me the ,father
ack," said the bandit,
haven't got It with me this tim.
pBi," replied the driver.
Shoving the muzzle of the revolver up
to Tbomnson's face ami tlir..,.!.ninir t,.
..,,11 hA , piA , ... .. , .
imerfeVencn-t'he band put" l and !
Inn. Thr.mn.nn-.. ......1,-, ,n.i v- , t
J100 In tho leather sack.
rA -'. I
RENO DECREE FOR CLERGYMAN. ,
Ktlnard Kierelt Knapp, Who .
I'ri-aelieil In llrookln, !rl Divorce
ItB.so, Nev Sept. 11 Another clergy
man appeared In the local divorce
courts here to-day when the Itev. Mr.
l:awarii Jvorcu " Knapp of a ' well
Iinown NbW Kngland famlly.charged his
iie. jessie .Mien nnupp. n ex-. the nld of the Perseus by the time the
treme rruelty. She was served at her ! injured essel becnnie helpless and with
home In Groton. Conn., but permitted aH mui.h ,,pe(tlon as thev could com
the suit to go by default. . Inan,i tho tugs nosed the big excursion
The ISov. Mr. Knapp. who has i,oat nl0 ttlP al (.n,.Kt. j.llInt
preached In thwCentral Haptist Church, x with leaders of the party In Jersey
Brooklyn: at Jay. N. Y., and at Groton, city marshalling them, the members of
Conn., told a story of an alliance with i the association went ashore, still wear
a wife, who, be said, was nil obstacle ' Ing their life belts, which were dis
til his work more than a help. A de- i trlbuted all over College Point,
cree of divorce was grunted. The Perseus had been sinking deeper
The couple were married In Groton and deeper Into the water nil the time
on January 13, 1SS7. and have no chll- I. She. had three decks, and by th" time the
dren. The clergyman said his wife not : slip was reached the water was lapping
only nagged, tormented and abused j up over the tlrst deck
him. but "falsely accused him of In- Ten minutes nfter the passengers had
fidelity In 1909 and went about amonK ( disembarked In safety the vessel slowly
friends nnd even strangers nsklng for .settled further and further down until
Information about him und circulating she rested on the muddy bottom. It
false stories. He came here last Feb-I was low tide and the keel was about
ruary and lived quietly. twenty feet down.
! While the boat was coming In Moses
WOOD'S SECRETARY CALLED.
Several err Witnesses
Boston, Sept. 11. -More new witnesses
were summoned to-day In the Grand
Jury Inquiry Into the alleged "planting" ,
of dynamite at Lawrence at the time of
the texUle strike. The Jury did not sit
until 1 o'clock. The Investigation seems
to be broadening, Judging by the addl-,
tlonal witnesses called. I
Those who comprloe the latest group
to be called are James R. Bailey, sec-
retary to William ai. wooa, inuicten
president of the American Woolen Com
pany: Walter Lamont and Henry, Brad
ford Lewis, both of Andover, where Mr.
Wood owns a large estate; Otis L. Shut
tleworth and Simon Ryan.
Ryan la a brother of John B. Ryan,
State Armorer, who was called to the
Grand Jury room as a witness yes
terday. STRAW VOTE FAVORS WILSON.
Norman I-:, Mark Kxhlblta Flgnrra ,
of Poll In Buffalo. '
V,Fr?: L '"I'Ove foot gasoline boat. In charge of its i
WllllVVtUtlV 1H I IU VUllUltlt 111 VUIIIU
v..i.u h. nif.in win,
Zh,h h.H h.n t.tT.n in
1 vote which had been taken in'
..1. .-.1 ,., ..... . hi.
the hotels and restaurants of his city,
Out of 1,006 votes taken 6S1 were for
Wilson, 158 for Taft and 295 for Roose
velt. Mr. Mack, who owns a newspaper In
Buffalo, said at national headquarters
that he could vouch for the accuracy
of the vote and that It could be relied
upon an expressing the sentiment of
the places In which It was taken.
5JjnCRKR FIIOM NKRVOl-s UISOH-
nr.HS re Rrrstly benefllrd by the ill of llort- I
tort s Aekt Hiosphste. Soothe., nourishes sail
YORK, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1912. CopinivM, 1912. bv the Sun Printing and PuWtHng Atiociatlon.
1,5(10 Hudson (.'on nty Democrat
(Jet Ashore Just as Hon t
HAM) PLAYS IX TIIK HAWK
I "Ml .MCHIIHIOIII Stops lis l,i IHS
Uo Out, but Tuiis Tow Her
to Collcf Point.
The steut.ith.il Pet setts of the Iron
!i.i,, ,. .. ...
, . . .
. . '
"iciii "0110 rciuming irom jjonneoys
Int Grove and stove a hot" In
her side, far beneath the water llnj.
On board she had between 1,500 and
1.700 members of the Hudson County
Democucy of Jersey City, which usal
to be called the Robert Davis Associa
tion. Th(i vessel put back to j'oote, while
the club members busied ihoiiirehcs
putllt.g n life picservcts.
Ten tn'i utes after the pjsseiiij. M hid
Tho Hudson County Democtacy had
olurtt.rtd both the Persum and thu
Slrlua, which are of a size. After belni;
It'V'oer by Gov. i cn In t'l inotnlni
the O. iOll or so men put off M. i.-. I. 't o
Point In liii two ls. Nu uiiikd
were tak.n in el'her boat.
Aincng t "ii.su on tiard .s i i.lay.T
Cu V.'.ltptnu, 1'iider Sit. : !f Ji lot
. iirk, .Sliticgate Jo) n P. lCit..'i'i and
J.-lin V.'i'i'dach, a p.vin nent Joruev t.'lly
poiltlclnn. They .ill Kturu'l jut .u
"f'JtU 'lie I erseus.
The steamers leached College Point
early In the afternoon and nbout 7
P. M. the ess.-ls started back. The
Sllllis was In the lead and the Petseus
followed close behind.
Half it mile from College Point, with ,i
grinding and a grating the Peireiis
came to a slop with u wreiu li which
Jerked half the pas.-engers from their
feet. The boat stuck and ii teiu!iul
only a short luwstigatlon b i'.itit.
Moses Usborn to tlnd out that the vessel
had bit a rock, a huge bole bad been
torn In her, and she was tapldly taking
The Slrlus turned back at the distress
whistles of the other, but Its captain
was afraid to approach loo near for fear
the Slrlus would lilt the rock too. The
Slrlus contented lts-f If with playing ltd
Searchlight on the Perseus.
Capt. Osborn Dually backed the Per
seus off the lock and started back for
College Point, as that was the neareU
dock. The boat was meanwhile taking
tons of water aboard through the cavity
In her underside and was listing heavily.
Prominent members of the club tuul
Jersey City politicians went among the
crowd begging all not to jump over
"Put on life preservers ami stick to
the boat," was the wold that went
around. "Your best chance is on board.
i ucii uirn- mb ii uusiiiog ior inc Hie
to get one tiplei e. The boat meanwhile
was going under full steam back In the
direction of College Point.
Two hundred feet or so from the dock.
which Capt. (Osborn bad hoped to make!
the Inrush of water Into the hold drove
the tin-men from the engine room nnd
flooded the tires Just bofoie this the
dynumos which had furnished electric
light 'to the boat were reached by the
water nnd nil the lights went out. Tho
boat, In absolute darkness, without un
means of propulsion, was stuck.
The Slrlus timl u-HImiI...! tie.. tt,..a ,..
j Kiliblein, leader of the band on board,
, kept bl.s men nt work pounding out
'"lies of cheer to keep the passengers
irom necoming irignteneu.
Capt. Osborn said he had been salllnc
n and out of College Point for nine
years and had never before had an r.ccl
dent. He said last night's accident wa.i
due to an attempt on his part to avoid
r collision with a three masted salllrw
schooner which got too mar him.
The passengers were kept nt College
Point for some time awaiting the arrival
of another steamer to take them bar ,c
t0 Jersey City, but at length most of
them by trolley, bridge, elevated mil
tube, went home In twos and threes.
SIX ADRIFT IN LEAKING BOAT.
Police l.nnneh lleseues I'nrty Help
less In lleliilit of Storm.
Three women, two men and a child,
adrift a mile off City Island In a foun
dering motorboat In tho height of the
storm of yesterday afternoon, were
saved by Policemen Woods and Booth
of the Harbor Squad, who brought the
r1x ashore In a police launch.
The boat was the Metnac. a thirty-
l,,lll,;ri """' vaioiieio, ins rinutli
,,olirtn "tlect. Mdinit Vernon. Willi him
.., ,,.n, ...... ,, ,,, ,,
ncr'' nls mother. Mrs. Sarah Cnulfleld,
Mrs. Kiln Washbiirno and Mrs. Kiln
Pierson and her husband, Chnrles Pier
son, also of Mount Vernon, with Her-
- hert Plenum, their foiir-yenr-old sou.
1 The bout had been cruising, when Mr.
'Caullleld noticed that a Morni was luevv-
1 Ing and ho turned burl;. He had gone
half a mile when ho discovered that the
; bout was leaking and that Im could not
stop the Inruih of water. The leak be-
came larger and larger nnd nt length
stopped I ho motor.
rru- ntin. .,,,, ,.,, ,
Tne l'olce launch went to the rescue.
The Metaac wan abandoned,
PAUL PECK KILLED BY FALL.
tvlnlnr la triinlieit In l)rcii of 1 ,11011
I'eel lit Clilfiixn, I
Cllli-.vno, Sept. 11. Before a large,
ilowd Aviator Paul Peck, holder of llu;(
Ann-Hum durnllon record, fell 1,00 feet'
to the 1 1 hi iid while making u private'
test in a new Columbia K.vro-biptiinc
till Mfff.M...,tl .1,1 I.l..l.l ,.,..1 .M...I '
nt 7 p. .m. a si. Anthony de Padua Corner Ministers on Oolf
Hospital. . I i,.!..
Peck, who Is 22 years old and who1 num..
learned to ily at the army aviation ,
grounds In Collet;.' P.irk, Maryland. wasi.MKX SOI'XDI.Y HUH VTBD
descending to earth after a short lllaht j J
when his new biplane was caught
fquareiy by n heavy gust of wind, cans -
.11. iii. i. unit' in piiiirin.v uowu-
ward and then fall In a heap.
Me was taken to a hospital In an au
tomoblle. John Sharer lifted Peck from the
wreckage. Chauncey M. VoiikIiI. a
young lller of several weeks experience.
d.islied up with racing automobile he , Ktt,. Mary Howie an.l Mrs. Mitchell,
hud found In the paddock. Shafer car- j who wster(l Winston Churchill nt. Aber
jled the dying tiler to the car, where he doeh last week, cornered Premier Asqiilth
held nlm In his lap. ought drove the .... i ti u . . ,r , , . ,
stranger's machine at limit speed out Home Socrotary McKonna while they
of the fli-lrt to the hospital. Three motor- w',n K"lnK "t Dornock to-day
cyclo patrolmen attempted to stop tlje Tho Minsters, who did not. suspect
llylng automobile. The nvlators paid no 1 that their enemies weit. near, wen-calmly
heed to the shouts nnd pursuing men.
At the hospital the motorcycle squad
inlved several minutes after Shnfcr
hail curled Peck Into the Institution.
The car hud gone ns.fast as sKty-!lve
miles an hour, according to the speed
ometers on the motorcycles,
When Minfer lifted the crumpled up
per plane the body of the nvlntor was
still In the seat. Peck's hands tightly
held the control wheel. Ills head was
niiight bj tvveen tin wheel i ml the upper
plane, which fractured his skull. The
heavy gvroniolor lud crushed his limb...
OPERA MANAGER HELD AT PIER.
It I - I'll I'elronleli Arre.teil on
lnil-e of Ciirr.lim Iteiollei-.
When Itlcanlo Petronlch, manager of
the Piuitle Coast Grand Opera Com
pany, landed from the Italian Naviga
tion Company steamship America, at
Thlity-fourth street nnd the North
Uimt eteriln. he had a revolver
In n leather rase strapped about his
Sharp ollkial eyes from the Custom
House saw the blink rase and Imme
diately some one let the West Thirty-
seventh street police station know that
a on Know that
When the opera
itlcanlo had arrived
Meyers and was taken to the station
Slgiior I'etrovltch declared the le
volwr had been brought over for stago
business only, nnd that he had never
heaid of the Sullivan law. His explann
tlons did not appear to ratlsfy the desk,
however, und Itlcanlo was locked up.
He was bulled out In the evening by
William Dalton, former Commissioner
of Highways, who lives at the Hotel
York, where the membets of the Pacific
Coast Gr.iml Opera Company are stay
ing. TANGLE OVER SICKLES SALE.
Trust oiiiiuiiv sn. Hb.ii'i It een
I'llltl Vlunt lie ll Tl-lllorrolv ,
The money to satisfy the SS.200 Judg
ment of the Lincoln Trust Company
against Gen. Daniel H. Sickles had not
been heard from by the lawyers for the
trust company nt the close of business
"So far us 1 know." said one nf the
lawyers, "the sale will go on. 1 hopi
the Judgment will be squared before
Friday though, because we don't want
to lake extreme measures unless they
are absolutely necessary."
Daniel P. Hays, who Is attorney for
Gen. Kicklcr, was not In his office yes-
l..r,1 iiftQ.Mnni, l.,,t 1. o I, u u..l.l t V. .,
the money will be ready when the time , ' V ,K ,""sn ln ",e
comes, that it has already been pro-! ,nl,,,t ,Mat IJl!,,,r'ct Court yesterday
vided for nnd that there will bo no ! Vt A' ." V1"0" '""?"
sale of Gen. Slckles's relics. ' . ' "'V, animent as an aftermath to
Sheriff Harburger said yeterday i, Allen-Colllns Jewel smuggling case,
afternoon that he had no official Intelll- T" rUv.,',11'r0Uf, " O,ctob('r.
gen.-., that the Judgment would be "l1:""11;1 ,0 'VT"' waor the -ec-v-s-itlsfled
pry "f ,20i00 lu,.v on the gems. Al-
"We have almost tlnl-hed our In-, '"-?h? '. u w'a''lV lather manufac
ventory." he said, "and preparations are ' tU,er '. f Krno!,1ha; 'oresta led the
nearly teady for the sale next Friday ! innln " deC,"kB rec(,ntIy W
morning nt 10:30 o'clock. I have heard , '"7. .",; , )ol1
promises that the money would be paid. " J"""" ,. "
but so far nothing bus been turned In to '. m n'" nr ' ,'lw,f 'V,,ennn Ul
Hx up tho business. ' ' President of the Southern Coal
"I wish to the Lord It would be paid
nnd we wouldn't hnve to go for the
General. Hut If we delay any longer
they will go for me, and there Is no
MELLON AND WIFE AGREE.
lie (iels ITillilren Klglit Month, anil
Mie I'o 11 r In Year.
PiTTSBi-iio, Sept. 11 It was announced
to-day that the long nnd bitter light for
the custody of their two children be
tween Andrew W. Mellen, the banker,
nnd his beautiful oung wife, who Is
many years his Junior, during which the
husband sued for divorce, alleging his
wife had been Intimate with George S.
Cropsey, 11 British army oflicer, has been
While the settlement was reached
some tlmo ago and was sanctioned by
the court, the matter Old not become
public until to-day. when Robert G.
Dodds, one of the banker's attorneys,
announced It. The father is to have
the children night months each year
and the mother four months.
Since the divorce proceedings were In
stituted they were In the earn nf Frau
leln Meyer, who was appointed by the
A divorce was granted to Mellon some
GIRL HURT SAVING ANOTHER.
Child Hun llotvu liy Aulo Truck of
llroiiklu Chllilrrn'a Socle! j.
Dora Greenberg, 8 years old, of 239
Hnckman street, UrownHVllle, received
Bcrlous Injuries under tho wheels of a
motor truck of the Brooklyn Society for
thn Prevention of Cruelty to Children
ut Glenmoro nvenuo und Sackman street
yesterday afternoon. Tho child's effort
to save a Mnaller girl from being run
over resulted ln her own Injury.
The smnller child ran In front of the
truck, driven by Harry May of Bay
Parkway, Fort Hamilton. Dora throw
the llttln one out of the truck's way, but
slipped herself and was knocked down.
A wheel passed over her. She sus
tained a Incerated wound of tho leg nnd
possible intnrnnl Injuries, and was token
t St. Mary's Hospital.
Klude Premier's Detectives and
. Home Secretary Grapples Willi
One Woman and a Struggle
spnlal t'dblr Desnilrh In Tilt.
Glasgow, Sent II - The two siiffra-
enjoying tho gamo when tho women
rushed, up und U-gun lierutiiig them for
the treatment of Mrs. Mifry l;igh and
Gladys Kvans, tha suffragettes who wore
sentenced to flvo years initial servitude by
u Dublin court for attempting to bum the
'1 lieatro Itoyal at that place.
Mr. McKenna is reported to have sebed
MNs Hovvio and a st niggle followed, while
Mrs. Mitchell continued to huiaugiie
The detective who niconinnies the
Premier and Is responsible for his safety
was not near nt th tun. but seeing the
battle from some distance rushed to the
scone, whete he arrived in a breathless
Ho seized Mrs Mitchell nnd Mr
McKemm handt-ii over Mis Honie to Ids
care. The efforts of the olllcer to hold
both women were fruit let- First ot.e
and then the other diook herself free and
continued railing nt the Mlnli-tcts. It is
stated that Mr. Awiuitli upna!isl to some
caddies standing by to help the detective,
but they did not rer.KiiiI
Miss Howie, addressing the Home
. -jf anything happens to Mrs l.eigli
I iwl. u ,i..r r
U 3 m Jr "i-'" " l",r,ron'
would be safer if she were free
To this Mr MoKenua replbsi "Why
do you lorget that you are u ledy?"
.Premier Ahquith then told the detee
t i veto secure Miss Howie, as she was worse
tlian the other women and then walked
away accompanied by Mr. Mclvennu
Mrs Mitchell followed on their heels
nnd kept up her nbuso of tho two Min
isters until a policeman arrived and led
Di-nhee, Sept. 11 A suffragette named
I'lunas went to the post otllcc here to
day with a card atllxed to herself ad
dressed to the rislddice where Winston
Churchill, the First Lord of the Ad
miralty. Is slopping. She requested the
postal authorities to deliver her by ex
In nccol dance with the regulations of
the post otllce they were obliged to
comply und took the "human parcel" to
Its destination. Mr. Churchill was absent
when the parcel arrived nnd his secre
tary refused to accept the woman, who
wilhdtew much chugrined.
ALLEN SMUGGLING CASE ENDS.
Court Takes Flnnl Action KolloiTlnir
If I OO.OOO Pajioenl.
fin motion of 1 'nlted States District
... t v . . u nu .11,; uiJt e ( 1 1 "
ment. The value of the Jewels was ap
praised by the Federal authorities at
$350,000. Roth men were convicted.
Collins paid a tine of $-1,000, while
Allen forfeited $12,000 In lieu of Impris
onment. HOLDS UP HAWLEY APPRAISAL.
Comptroller Sns K.tale Is I'uiler
talueil nml Costs Are Not Itlmlied.
Alranv. Sept. 11. Objections to the
order of Surrogate Cohatan of New York
county approving the transfer tax ap
praisal on tho estate of the lato Kdvvin
Haw-ley have been Hied by State Comp
troller William Sohmer, who holds that
j the tax should be much higher.
I The Comptroller contends that the ap
( pralser omitted to tax $50,077 of the es
1 title at -1 per cent, and $102,029 ut 7
I per cent ; that no specification of Items
Iwas tiled with a claim for $339,000 for
I expenses, and that In appraising the
siock or the New York Air Brake Com
pany at $10,000 there was an under
valuation nf $90,000,
Surrogate Cohalan will hear an appli
cation to reopen the appraisal on Sep
PUTS CHECK ON AUTO FINES.
Carmody Holes Justices Mast Tarn
.Money Over to State.
Ai.oanv, Sept. II. Justices of the
peace, may not be so keen lo lino auto
moblllsts hereafter. In view of an opin
ion of Attorney-General Curmody.
Ho holds that a Justice of tho' pence
must turn over to thn State Treasurer
the full nmount of tines collected for
violations of tho law In relation to the
use of State highways.
Justice of tho Peace Isaac Allen of
the town of Sottthport had deducted
from his fines the costs of the pro
ceedings, which the Attorney-General
says aro a town charge.
DKWET'S PORT WINK WITH OLIVE OIL
1 A wnmlrrful Plc.b and niond Hullder.
It, T. PKWEY 4 SON3 CO., IM rulloa St., N, V.
SHE SMOKED AT WHITE HOUSE.
Woman Stirs WashliiKlnn Society
llecause of lleiirteil Action.
Wasiiinutov, Sept. 11. Washington
society buzzed to-day with gossip nbout
the story that n woman guest the re
port said she was a tilled Auslriun
had smoked a cigarette at yesterday's
Whlto House Harden party In violation
of etiquette there. The name of the
woman could not bo lenrned.
Secretary of Commerce and Labor
Nagcl, who acted as the Whlto House
host yesterday, said he had heard
nothing about It, Col. Spencer Crosby
"1 heard nothing about It, but I should
not have done anything If I had seen
any of tho women guests smoking."
J. T. BRUSH IN AUTO UPSET.
(.'flltslscil In Avnlillns; Collision With
Uasnlrnn Alnll Wairnn.
John T. Hrttsh. -resident of the
Giants, was badly shaken up yesterday
afternoon when his automobile was
overturned at 12Cth street and Seventh
avenue In an effort to avoid collision
I with a mall auto truck.
Mr. Brush win going up Seventh
luvcniie on his way to Pelham Manor
land was alone In the tonneau of his
I limousine. At U'Cth street the chauf
feur, Charles Heckling of A6 Clinton
place, New Itocheile, saw a mall auto
I truck, driven bv .Ifiswnh vv,.h mmim.
east on iZGth street. Kach of the drivers
waited for the other to give way, and
Heckling was obliged to make n quick
swervu tovvanl the curb to avoid col
lision. The .llriish auto bit the curb anu
overturned. Mr. Brush was prevented
from being thrown out by the sides
of tlie limousine, but he narrowly es
caped being cut by flying glass. After
he had made his way out of the ma
chine he took n taxlcab to the railway
station and went home by train,
START "OPEN WINDOW" SCHOOL.
Vliinlelnlr .1 11 1 hurl t lea I'nllim I p Ihe
Montclalr, which was a pioneer In es
tablishing open ulr schools for dellcute
children, has adopted another Innova
tion In an "open window class" at the
Hillside Grammar School.
It will be conducted somewhat along
the lines of the "open air school" on
Cedar uvenue. and as soon us there Is
need for It another class will be started.
There are tvyenty-nlne pupils In the
tlrst "open window class."
PROMISE OF MORE RADIUM.
Hla Purchase of Deposits In This
Country by Mine. Curie anil Others,
Mebker, Col., Sept. 11. As a result
of Investigations by Henry Chagnoux,
an expert In radioactive minerals, who
is in Meeker on behalf of Mmc. Curie
the discoverer of radium, and on behalf
or tho Bank of Radium In Paris, ar
rangements huve been made for the
purchase of the largest carnottte de
posits in the country. The papers have
been drawn up and forwarded to Paris
for signatures. Tho consideration la
ild to be large.
M. Chagnoux said to-day that the
properties are being acquired solely In
tne hope that radium will be found In
sufficient quantities, to permit of greater
researches by the French scientists.
Besides radium, carnotlte ore, which
was named In honor of President Carnot
or trance, carries radium salts, uranium
$50 A WEEK FOR BUTTERFLIES.
(ilrl Who Sells to Collectors Got f.110
for II, ItOO.
Titt'CKEB, Cal.. Sept. 11. Miss Xlmena
McGlushan, daughter of C. F. Mc
Glushan, historian of the HI fated Don
ner party, is a grower of butterflies
Which she sells to collectors. In six
weeks she has propagated and sold 6,200
mounted butterflies, for which she re
ceived live cents each, or $310, thus
averaging $50 a week,
$2,000,000 IN CAMPAIGN ADS.
All ItuilBes and Buttons llaie Cost
Country fUO.OOO.OOO This Year.
Chicago, Sept. 11. Two million dol
lars have been spent thus far this year
by the various political. parties and can
didates for campaign badges, pins and
buttons, according to R. T. Brackott of
Chicago, secretary of the National As
sociation of Advertising Novelty Manu
facturers, in semi-annual convention ut
the Hotel Sherman,
Sixty million dollars, he said, repre
sents the total amount spent by poli
ticians, business concerns und various
organizations for "walking ads."
CAR GOES WITHOUT JOHNSON.
.Nominee Smokes a ripe In Hotel and
Chicago, Sept. 11. While Gov. Hiram
Johnson sat calmly at a hotel to-day ,
enjoying his pipe and gazing out over ,
the lake a limited train on the North
western Railroad waited twelve minutes
beyond Its scheduled starting time for
the Governor to arrive, and eventually
pulled out with his special car, but
without him aboard.
The Governor did not arrive In Chi
cago from his Illinois tour until early
this morning and ho decided to take a
later train to Milwaukee than the one
on which he originally Intended to start.
He so notified the Progressive com
mittee, but there was a misunderstand
BEEF ON THE HOOF STILL SOARS.
One Load Urlnics 1 0.OO Observers
Predict lt Steers.
Chicago, Sept. 11. Steers continued
their upward trend to-day, when for
tho third time this week all previous
price records at the Chicago Stock Yards
were broken when one load was sold at
$10.90. This wos 15 cents higher than
the high market of yesterday, which was
a record when It was made.' Predic
tions are now being made at the stock
yards that the $11 steer will be a thing
of history within a few weeks.
GREAT BEAR Mr B ING WATER,
10c ftl us Of situ tiotipersd bottles, 4s.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Ceased to Breathe Before She
Fell Into Greenwood
TRICK OF .11 1; JITSU
Dr. Schultzo Testifies Pres
sure of Slayer's Thumb
WARRANT FOR GIBSON
Authorities Decide It Is New
York Case Will Act
DKTKHMIXKD I1Y AUTOPSY
.rude Admits Evidence Sup
ports Cliaitfo of Murder and
A warrant charging Burton W. Gib
son with the murder of Mrs. nose
Menschll: Szabo was Issued yesterday
by County Judge Herbert C. Royco of
Gibson had left his law office at
55 Liberty street before Deputy Sheriff
Willis C. Degrnw could reach the city,
and as he lives at Rutherford, N. J., it
was decided not to arrest him until ho
landed on New York soli this morning,
unless he endeavored to leave his home
during the night. In that case the
Rutherford police, who were cognizant
of the situation, were to act.
Tho action taken by the Orange
county Judgo In ordering the nrrest of
Gibson yesterday was nfter District At
torney Thomas C. Rogers had laid a
strong tlrst hand case of murder be
Nothing was taken for granted by th
Judge, who hud nit the conservation! of
a man who must unswer to the tax
payers. There was no hearsay evi
dence accepted. A delay In granting
the writ was due to the Insistence of
tho Judge that Dr. Otto H. Schultze,
Coroner's physician of Manhattan, who
assisted at the autopsy and who mad.,
a microscopic examination of tho In
ternal organs, as well as a chemical
analysis of the contents of thn stomach
nnd other organs of the dead woman,
should appear personally before him.
Dr. Schultzo swore before the court
that Mrs. Szabo died by strangulation
and not by drowning when she fell out
of the boat on Greenwood Lake on
July 16. ln other words the physician,
who has conducted several thousand
autopsies, swore that Mrs. Szabo was
so injured before she fell Into the water
on that day that she never breathed
after she had sunk below the sur
face of the water.
The testimony of the "surgeon In
jected Into the cast, a new feature of
the murder. He testified that there was
experience In jlu Jltatt and nn expert
knowledge of anatomy and physiology
concerned In the woman's death.
According to the surgeon, before Mrs.
Szabo fell from the boat on that day
she suffered u sharp blow on tho' throat
which so affected n nerve In the throat
as to close her air passage, making It
Impossible for her to breathe. The fact
that she had never drawn breath after
she was struck was shown by the fact
that although she was tinder water
there was notjji single sign of It In her
lungs. Therosnaa no congestion, which
would have followed ordinarily. She
stopped breathing before she fell, and
died ln consequence.
K .Murder for Kxprrt.
Dr. Schultze went further Into the
case and testified that the attack which
was administered at the apex of the
throat, Just under the chin, might have
been a single shnrp application of the
thumb by a man who knew what he was
doing, or It could have been done by tho
uso of several Angers of the hand ap
plied for an Infinitesimal part nf a
minute. Kxpert Knowledge wn the only
thing necessary. Onco thn pressure
was properly applied there was no
further work to be done. The woman
would go overboard, sink without a
struggle and die without taking a
Dr. Schultzo gave Judge Roycn a
practical demonstration of his testimony.
The Judge did not know enough about
anatomy to understand tho blow on the
"Let me show you," said the Manhat
tan expert. "Now you count ten," he
commanded of the Judge, who leaned
forward nnd began, "one, two, three,
four" At the fourth Dr. Schultze
suddenly bent forward, did something
with his right hand and the Judge
Jumped back and stopped counting. He
also looked bewildered and felt for his
throat with great tenderness.
"That's It!" said the doctor. "Do you
The Judge nodded and It was not long
after that the warrant was Issued. At
the tlmo the Judge said he will not be
In Middle town to-day, but ho will be
back to-morrow, so thut Gibson can bu
arraigned before him then.
Tho testimony of tho surgeon yester
day completed the murder case In the
belief of the District Attorney of New
York and Dr. Fritz Flscheraucr, Vice-consul-General
of Austria-Hungary, who
has proved his detoctlvo abilities by
sticking to a case which for a long time
seemed hopeless. As figured nut last
night everything has been completed
upon which Mr. Rogers can act nt the
Engineers working with eye witnesses
have established that the woman died In
New York State. This puts It In Oiangn
The prosecutors have established a
They have plenty of witnesses to
sVyear that the man left In a boat with ,
BY JABIN THROA