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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Cloudy to-day; unsettled to-morrow
moderate variable winds.
Detailed weather reports will be found on page 19.
VOL. LXXX. NO. 21.
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1912. cww. 1312. b r sun vmu ma vuimo AMoeimhm.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
AR FOR MARINES
n XPWS SillCC Tl!PK(ln.V ofwthy wit lithe Menu revolt Food supplies
I . S. Force Which Went
to 0 run win.
8(H) IN DETACHMKNT
lnlinhUnnts of Xicnrn&unn
MXY TALKS OF TOHTI'HK
lielntives of Finance Minister
Imprisoned Without Food
.. ,.. cAni "n iiiIIiiia .if
, , . ni. vin1. I
,,r,her despatches : nrr l ,
tijfi iii-imj. i..n.
that the last news received from Ad- i
mirAl Southerland Indicated that a 1
tMMle between the American forces and .
the re.- was immineni. uinisru s...r
nie'v at the Stale Department. 1
Whll ottlclals expressed the most '
rnniplPle confidence In the safety of '
,. the American forces confronting the j
rebels on the way to Granada, It was'
r. icret that they had anxiously hoped
lor further news of the situation being
. oli .l 'n.iln v
', , ... ... . '
IHT HI 13 HIUIMIl uie UMllimiru
force f about S00 marines ami blue- j
ja'ke's under command of Hear Ad
m re! Southerland has gone to Gr.v
turf The last despatch received, which
a dated 11 I'. M. September IT I
tM' is. Tuesday night Indicated that I
a c.ish with the rebels was certain uu-
Ims (ien .eledon thought better oi i
hi. flit proposal to offer resistance.
Tn Admiral then stated that he was(
trndins ahout 300 additional men to
reenforce the first detachment of D00,
t sr her with two 3 Inch guns. He
r m dei tared hW Intention of going to
tr.. tommand In person. This action'
on 'i part followed the receipt of news.
frni Major Mutter, commander of the
fi'f forie of uOO. that his train had I
t-n fired on bv tho lebels, the shells!
Hing so ilose that the marines In the
ta . were covered with dust. He with- ,
i-ew to await for the reenforcements 1
pnt by Admiral Snutheriand. ;
Tie temper exhibited by Mena and,
h n'ly .eledon. former Minister of
War under 'Jelaya. has led to the belief
. . . I
tnat they persisted in tne imrmion mi
filing opi.Msltion t. the progress of :
tie Americans In that case an en- !
timsnl has taken nl.ice. ns Admiral :
itherland and MaJ.ir Ibul. i made Ii ,
pain that they Intend to pioieed towioie. 111- came snow was not up Wimlil have lieen picked us a delegat-(j-,nada.
standard. tr limI w.ml.d to lie. The men who'
While the strength of the rebel forcoj He seemed much pleased, however, at jM , ,uXt!, art. wrtllam II. Klllson. 1
b'f ie them Is not known, then- Is every
c nlilence exiiressed here that there
c i1 bo but one outcome to 11 clash
lvuin the opposing fotces. Whllj
A'lm ml Southerland. It Is known, un
ci id , iiy has made every possible en
ma . r to prevent any bloodshed, some-
I nc hich he has succeeded In dolns
II . far since the Americans landed In
drag j;i. It Is not believ ed for a
ni .mnt hi- would tolerate armed opio.
p . in b- any Menlstas. Consequently
c'tinais lure are prepared to learn by
1i'iint ties to-morrow Ilia' the Ainerl
cur forces have been obliged to figut
thi . wa t 1 (irnnuda. I
V the Nav v Department tt was stated
tr.a' the absence of desiutches should Hast b'otii teenth street, have announced
r"ns...n no surprise. Admiral Somber- their Intention of going on strike Mint
1 no. 11 was pointed out, was by this day morning unless they are assured
t me avvav from his base, with no means
f' .ending anv message to the CnlteHl
r'a-e. except by courier, tit" telegraph I
l'ne either being destroyed or In the.
han : .,f the rebels. If he has reuched
Granada It is believed he will send A
r '.i.er t.. s,ui Juan del Stir, which Is '
.u. . ... . 1. ....
rsi.? n ren. t.eii uranium 11 is iiioiiKiii
y. . ... ih..
,m n Minister at Managua. rebelled. Most of the older boys and Inu Chairman M. Adoo and e ery h-i
Tr.e ,.!v route of telegraphic com- girls have grown up under Mr. Dema-1 nan wo.klng at the
t".n..,r,n o,it of Nicaragua from tho rests charge and they have a warm af- iuarters hnv e professed to be l ee .pln
r-; s M land line across the coun- fectlon for blm. Wl'h the boys he Is' Ibedr hands otT be Ne U tk P u . .
t' UMeMelds. on the east cast, eir particularly popular bec ause of his en- -N7',r ,1." ' li L ear ,, S vra
messenger to Corlnto. where the1 couragenient of and participation ,, Scdialor O l.ortnan ""II I ariil Syra
X, a, -essels -an send by wireless to . their sports. '"' ' . Vm 10 nZl
F.n 1 .an del Bur. The Hlueflelds route The children organized parades Just frrstst In their deter, I, i. I n no ml
! m .t onv.Hlsfaclory. as It demon- like their fathers, who pa. ade and make nate Coy. Dlx e.r any lie, "" "
rra at took neailv three days a noise nnd burn torches when they j tasteful to (.ov. llson the Senator will
f'" Viloiual Smilherland'H last message' very much want some particular person I , ', . ,,P,tv. .i,.,t
. re,.,, Washington., Naval officers j to keep his office. J he be a e, ,1 .
U.e op n nn that there might1
1. . . . . . .... ......I . 1.
- r. ii.iru nom Admiral aoiiiiieriHiiu
IV" nemitv for the American forces
rui r,mg liranada as soon as possible
1. eP,hHs7.ecl in delayed despatches
tt'luh Ci. a. il.A.I .liA Slln.a llulliirlmalll '
b-hv I hes,. despatches Kave accounts t
" ' 'i l.tion- in the robed citv worse)
which existed In the Congo
iiumayn rubber elistrlcts 01
. ilrel stiiie-d that he hat) re-
te. from Pedro Itafael Cuodro,'
f I-manor and rrom Carlos' ,f 910W.d up t school on Monday i fundldary or .mines nmiiu. ui nan
ii- brother, tho NicaraRiian : ul,,r(. W0U(J be a general slaughler of declined upon the advlep of other mem
f Mm Mixed Claims Commission. ! ti,e Infants. ' ,,f ,,,p N'"'"""1 ')ii"Hl';'-
he name of humanity thv i I Acting Chairman McAdoo said he had
.o erli iu Minister to send relief
' ' i They say they have learned
'oe. obers of their fumlly left al
in.' being most cruelly perse
Uen Mena Tills pereeclllioii,
i e ih solely due to tho fact
'i onnecle-il with the present
.' ..f N'lcar.iR.ia.
'. ..f the Finance Minister, they i
ipitiK hunted l.y Menu's men i
h e may bo mud... prisoner
red as have been two of her:
These brothers, nl -
'hoiish ih,.y h.lv held no public, officu, '
k ' ,'ns()nerH ever since tho first I
1" Me,,a revolt nnd have he.-,, sub-.
Tt. ha? ," " , Inliu-mn tortures.
haie been deprived of food for ilayH 1
""n and have been nermiltpd to oh. ,
. - i
i iMvi,,,, eUiaustPil for lack or nourish-'
I V 'hf. tin li mrt t rT ltu rrtnat Aiirm. .
Uni k, , . ' "'"""': "
'? M"nn five days con-
'"i'leiv i hey were confined in ft tiny,
nr cie-M for three tlays of which time
vT "rt'al'ow,d no food nor&ny water.
"o rcleatvd from this conflaemeat
thiy were nearly dead. They also liavp
been informed by Col, Daniel Menn that
If tin.' (lovprninciit ttoops should attack
(Irnnada the CiHHlro brothers would tin
Hhot at oiicp.
'I'lii' condition of the Cuodro brothers,
whoso tipphfw, liy the way, I secretary
f.f tint S'lciriltrllim I i.ttnlLm l.i .!.!.. :..
" "rt'"-" p..-..... ... nun i.ii, 13 .
1 .1 . . . I
- hm ii-u iu Di no worse man inai 01 score
of other citizens of Granada not In sym
have been confiscated by tho rebels and
the population has been kept In a state
or practical imprisonment, OrcateM i
anxiety in felt for the safety of the students
at the Ki ouch collegii for wotnpn In
Ornnnda Miwt of thp etudpnts are
daughters of forpj?n residents of NIcar -
ngna. I'hi) trains which borp the Amer-,
Icon fore-en toward Granada arc also
loaded with food Hiippiie to reiievn tho,
Utlfl'nrltif In t tint -ti ....I t.. t.
mi vifc unit III viiw.t (1,
also held by tho rebels tinder .eledon.
Tho American IPgatlon hat been In-)
rornieit that, two British mibjpcts were
slain by the rebels at Achuapa recently '
A (ierman Consul has just arrived nl I
Managua to look after tho interests of i
any Germans in NicnraRiia.
THIEF WAKES MISS BARRYMORE.
Her Screnm Frluhtrn. Hotel Snenk
AVIin Itiililieil Other Cnralii.
,,w' , T i'1 -v- "
sneak thief entered nine rooms In tho
.lenerson iioiei nere neiween . nnn J
o'clock this morning and got nwny with i
mm. incltiillng jewels nnd cash, amoutu-
, " """ , '".,
mor ,h( nctre nm, h(,r i.and was
apparently the first visited by the bur-
glar. Miss llnrrymore screamed when
be awakened her and be lied. Mr. Colt
J101 (,oor of ,helr room and W
. . .'. th f wnU,p(1 ollt of tnp
room occupied h Chicago delegates to
the druggists' convention ns
Thompson oi mat cny. escorieo ny a.-
1 lie thief lieu to tneiniiu oi a i-oiurm iur uiu ii-.invt j.
. . ... ,,,,,h., rl..n
the hotel's housekeeper. When she k
screamed he ran out of the house and I
made good his escape.
Among the losers are W. C Church,
$35; Gnslav Schwelrer, 143.10; Owen C.
Divine, watch, chain nnd stickpin. They
mo Chicago delegates to the druggists'
O. KltJ-gerald lost his
suit of clothes
MAYOR INSPECTS PIGS AT FAIR.
Tell UnrLlliK IIiik Hr Is a.
n. Hr. I'arkhiir.t.
Mayor aynor Inspected the pigs at
the Suffolk county fair, at lllveihead,,
yesterday. "Vnu makP more nolso than I
Dr. I'arkburst." he told n barking dog.
The .Mayor motored to the fair from
Ills summer home In St. .lames. Hcconv-!
panled by Meivln Smith, a irlenu. iney(
went tlt.-t to the pig sly.
"You're not a good Herkshlre." he 1
Informed one pig. "l oil re snout is not
l, .1.1 1 ..... r. It. ,.l,
ne u.-nuicu ih,h unw " mr- v
were fairly good, but regretted that h
had not entered some of his own. II-
next visited the came pens, anil an-
mired se einl animals, but said that, as n
the exhibit of dugs. His rarkhurst 1
comparison was addressed laughingly (
to a big collie.
The poultry got the Mayor's praise
and lie discussed their good points with
the familiarity nf a fancier.
The Mayor liked the vegetable show,
although In examining some extra largo
fwttnlnaj lira rumorlml thnt Via hail u. itriu
fully as big In his garden.
PUPILS THREATEN TO STRIKE.
Sii 'l'lie Will Hull XcIiimiI I'nle..
The pupils of I'llbllc School 1. lit 3J4
that their u lucipal. . I. II. Demare st. who
has been there for ten yeai. Is not to,
be transferred to another hchool. 1
There has been no otllclul announce,
ment of Mr. Demaresfs transfer, but It
has been rumored that be might go to;
I'ubllu School til und change plan s with
mm.. f.-..,!.. ... ,. ..riio.ii.i.i .,f I
inai scuooi 1
,.i.ii.ir..r. i..,r.i ..r ii.iw loniM.-..n,l
1 hey piasiereu iiiaiaius 1111 over me'.-
. ... n. i.mii.ii., ..... .... .h.... cunfused the propheds
iiooi ir "
,v,id rrfi.h. Some read as folluws. ' We
J. U. Denial ch! Is going I
mourn our loss
We want Mr. Demarest or no-
"Demarest or strike
Demarest called the boys and
Krl toother yesterday and told them
ness If they would cense their demon-
.n,l,,n In bis behalf.
()f I)a,.fllllnK lnH
.,l..l., lintvui-nr ..nil more tll Ik or 11
,.,1, Thn 0dpr beiya went at.iund to
I CTnSv"UAC TnTp"MPVAVRTTiT
FLINN n Flo lULh Jft Atl-Oi-.
Cllei.ilili. to tlrt l.nhorer. Thru l.r 1
llnvlnif Thrin I'urolrd, i
PirrsHfKU. Pa.. Sept. 20. -So ac.le has
i ,.. in.. Ubor situation In the Pitts-
burg district that Hooth Kllim. con-
traclors. of which firm William Fllnn Is
head, caused the arrest to-day or sec
al'sccre Idle men who refused work
offered them. All the big contracting
panics have bepn resofling to an
manner of expedients to get laborers.
, .To-day while ntoXun
hun-r over tf o rail In h- ln'P
. ... .!.. i,
. nlr n utri ft I 1117 HO XCHVULltfll Hill l,
' h the crowd of.
... tm,,r dav
fer'"K $2,' "'".'.?.. r.?a.Vu. u, ..,u.
tin u. ii u in n rniwu in iiir niuu it
er worU No one volunteered. ThrPe
. . ..,1 II the I
pitroi wagons were. m.iii..i....v... ...
police station those who agreed to
'to work were paroled to tho contractor.
The others went to the worKnouse tor
thirty days, where they are cerUln to
II I II 1 1 lllll llllllll
Ordered Senator Left
State Delegntion, Is
Tannuany Chief Said to Re
Tli J T li
lJlttCl' Over UaltiniOrO
t 1 V V1C1WV TO rnVTlini,
31 A 1 NU,M 1 " 1 ltUli
Cotifrross Member Kxpeetetl to
I Apppiir fit Saratoga and
(tivo Hat tip.
lien me ieiuociiuic eiuiai c-uiu-
,, of (hp Nln,t(,oml) Aas,.mbly ls.
When the Democratic general com- i
trlct met on August 21 and selected
delegates to the State contention it
passed over the name of Senator .lames
A. O'Oorman, who lives In the district,
nnd named three men whose loyalty to
Charles K. Murphy of Tammany Hall
was believed to be unquestionable.
Certain political gossips who made
the belated discovery construed the fall
ure to put Senator IvGorm.m on the '
' u,;,cit .,h the'tlrst oiien sign of n break
I) nil p i ml Miirnhv
ti by n .between the Senator and Mr. Murphy ,
It was said thut nn order not to let j
i Senator O'Gorman be u delegate went
dlreit from Tammany Hall to .lames!
.1. Hlncs, Tammany leader In tho Nine-J
teenth district. '
ThN assertion being reported to Sena-!
tor O'Gorman last night, he s.ild.
"1 must be excused from saying any
thing about It."
V.-,lu.n U'tlr.tM rlinlrmnri nf the irell-
eral committee of the Nineteenth ills-
11. 1 .1 i..i.ii,...i..... iiencn with Iteuub can State eauers. haul
u...,, Ji, ' iui,..i ihiii tr Miiiniiv iiiui '
I' . .'... ..'...'..1 ..r ...... 1.. .. 1,..
should or should not be plated on the!
nOlllu Or rutin U liui r inavrtj imi iiir
" f , tht.
He said- I
j t).(iorm,ln W11H m)t nom. !
Innted In the district convention, lie Is
not a member of the district commit
... . . . tnr,,e .),.rc.,. fiKhts fort""' ,,f 11 ""'"I'l myself,
..,,,,, , .ilstilct In the I
I,,.,ut i.. v..nr nod in one nf them Sen. I
(vc'.orman's name was used, with
1 ((, rr(,, ,n.,t lt wroe a not req nest-1
!, ,, , h ,,,,, , in ,,. future, as
..... .. .
polltlcul squubtiling was not compatible
l.t jKnjly ()f )H nue "
,- i-ur,. ndded Hint the Democrats
,. ,, t,ti,t r...-:,r.l for Senator "1
,, - (;nnRn nnd that undoiibtedlv he
ir,M,i, sielnbaidi and William A. liar-
Despite thl denial some of the men'
,..,. i)ee ntchlng with Interest '
Jurman's movements In his
fight for the e lection of ftov. Wilson
;, lh i.-(.s(len.v said they knew that ,
the presence of the Senator as a dele- j
. . 1. . anthvii liui'
,Kuiu iu ,e .-.j uu..
been made Impossible by Mi Murphy.
It was r.-calb'd that Senator ei'tlor-
niHil favori'd (lov. Wi sou l"K bereire.,,,,,,,,, f(p hH )IlHi
the Haitlmore conv.ntl. n end that lie. Tm m wll,cl hnJ bf.,,n ron.
was Just as happy' as Mr. Murphy w'aifl ut.(.ordlng to the teporl. by tho
distressed when New Xorks vote was va,m.i llilnic .,, tvns.icol,. t..
finally cast for Wilson
In the recent cainpalKn of In
ic,.,..l.i..o, .r,r..i. ...
:.lnst the renonilnatton
y s state eiiniuiiaie. 1,1 v.
of Mr. Murphy
Dlx, Senator ii'flotman has taken no
open part. up nas oee, ';' .
Senator and member of the National
' oinmiure, u. imu. k' ...... "'
inettt ami ien uie n un .
that Dlx Is not the light man.
Krrplnit llmiil. Off.
If he has done so both the .scribes
and Pharisees have missed some Im-
Senator ei fioiman, act-
l.ust night they
. ,,,. ,,,,,, ur,,,,,,- u.,,ni,i
witp suspecting that the Senator would
be substituted for one of the elected
delegates anu uius iui.e a r.ai ....... 1
They said such substitution
possible under a ri-renl Judicial con
structlon of the election law.
It Is expected that Senator n'Ooririan
will have a talk with flov. Wilson to
night lifter the lutter finishes his speech
In Jersey City.
II l.n rniu ni .;i .... i i
It was said yesterday that the sena-
l'r had been Invite I to open Hip speech-
making cnmpalgn ngnlnst Hip Senatorial
,"';'r'1 "r ,"" "'"""""" ""-
1)0lIy , heaibiuurters hnd given Senator
O c.ormuii any auvico no i.u s ne
'l'he fact that Senator O'Corman. the
Democratic United States Senator
"r " ' " " " " ' " . .
ure mem o. , . ...... :, '
warn . n n'.iy. ... . ..,. "
am. iouv. n m . . ...... ",,""2"','
gate to the approacdiinK Democtatlo
State convent ion at .Syracuse. li lam-
many, tne orgui-i.i ion ........... .hip
been a member
story of nation
been a metnoer ior uuny .venir, is uoiiuu,
yesterday, to become a
....ilonwldo nolllical Intotx'st.
. . ,i
'llwn. iflVD hOil 1 ( V D ' ll'inilfTill IP
- L,. .,,, ,,, Vruu Krnnn
in Hfty ypars and mo e, l-rancis hernan.
mil tin.niiu rwi irunrninn
mf , ha(, oMh(, Npw
VorK ,p eRat on at tlie recent Haltimoio
flrM, .... ....., nnod
convention, at first was stoutly opposed
to tho selection of Senator O'Oorman to be
Continued on ti)th Pogt,
STARVED SUFFRAGETTE FREED. 1
Mitry I.cIhIi Itrlcn.rd III llulillii Af
ter 40 l)n Without I'oml. I
I Ilt'liMN. Sept. 20.- -Owing to her Herl-1
ions cnuuilioil iroin SP.I-ll.ll'OSVii nui-
lo-nlghl suited ttuit me J.orti i.icuien
nnt of Ireland had released Mary Leigh,
the suffragette, who wus sentenced to
Hvo years for trying to set lire to the
Thenlro Itoynl here, "for her removal
to tho hospital on account of the stnto
of her health."
Tho order whs mnde by the Lords
Justices, who acted for tho Karl of
Aberdeen, who Is out of the city. It
was niiido on the representations nf
1'rofs. Nixon and Mylex, who had been
called In by tho prison doctor.
Although the woman Is released "on
license." which Implies that she will he
relmprlsoncd on her recovery. It Is
practically granting ber freedom,
The release of Miss Leigh Is n com
plete triumph of BiiffraRettlsm over law.
The orlitlnal Intention was to place Miss
Leigh In the woman's hospital, but this
was revised and she Is now HtuylhR ut
the house of a friend.
tt seems that the state of Miss LpIrIi s
health was not due to pump feeding, Dr. Hughes and went to the oltlce lato
hut to deliberate starvation, as she H : jn the afternoon. As she was to enter
reported to have acuulreil the knack of J tnlrl n ,Mrty of fr,.nds at her home
ejecting food as soon as It had been ad-
'ministered. Tho result waB that after
forty - four days of refusal to eat the
woman wns so debilitated that the
prlRon doctor called Sir Christopher .lohn
Nixon, ex-presldent of the Hoyal Col
lege of l'hyslclans, Ireland, und Sir
Thomas Myles. former president of the
Hoyal College of Surgeons nnd physician
to the King In Ireland, In consultation.
They examined Miss felgb and advised
that she be sent to the hospital.
Gladys Kvans. who with Miss Leigh
was sentenced to live, years penal servi
tude for trying to burn the Theatre
Hoyal In Dublin, Is less affected. It Is i
"a'ted that her hunger strike Is tltful,
hd that she sometimes develops a keen!
WADSW0RTH DEFIES BARNES.
i-irnLrr S. lie'. Vrrj' Mil via In
llaei- for (iuirriiiir,
Mot' NT Momm. N Y. Sept. 20. .lames! s le. mid us he le.icbed Mrs. tl.-inent. iMvr wM, no, cm( , tl)lM
W. Wudswoith. former Speaker of the who was trying to ctawl to where Dr. , t.v (im, l)et.orm, ,PI11.r of the mil
Assembly, this afternoon Issued his dell- Hughes lay. she begged blm tosee aluuit , nJ,K1 public welfare board, as planned,
anee to State Chairman William Harius. the doctor. Dr. Hughes wns iincon- Th, )(Wtim m, ,rn .,., ,,,. )y
Mr. Wadsworth's statement was made I scions. Mr. Holmes telephoned to Dr. , jjHyor ,nn fr ,pr Uf, .Mr. Macv ex
when he was askeil about a published Klt.w llllam Dalrymple, who drove to ,,,.,.'1,.,! t0 move his family here thl fall,
report that Mr. llarnes, nfter u confer- the scene In Ids automobile the minutes ... .. .. j,,,..., wr ',.,1(. with Mrs.
declileil to withdraw Mr. Wadswoith'
from the Gubernatorial race.
" know nothing as to Mr. Haines's (
attitude." said Mr. Wadsworlh. "I
never known how Mr. llarnes vli
my candidacy. Suttlce It to say h,
not inspire 11. 1 eniereu uie ruce 01 my
own volition and nobody can take me
"Von may state as strongly as the
Kngllsh language will permit that 1
Lba e not withdrawn from the race, shall
withdraw und that my name win go
beorp.lhp Itepubllcan State conventTTTti
"I entered the tight to stay. Issued my
own declaration of principles und will
In the tunning until the ballot Is
taken and the nomine- choen.'
TRAIN THIEVES GET $70,000
hirr rni'kaur Itiflril, AllbiiiiBh
Srals Are .Nut MroUcMi.
Mouu.K. Ala., Sept
ci. -It wus reported
n iinn wiih ttilsslnir
fri ,. llni,.... n, fr,ml tvnsacol.i. I
,, Hp,,SPi tll ,HVe contained 7r.,0uu i
!n ftllaii i.m,, Whm It wus received on'
Wednesday mill nlng at the oltlce or tlu-
0mfH" nnd Niishvlllo Hallroad t '
,..,,.,, m,.,i ,...- i.j.i i..... !
riroiid comnanv for Its weeklv I
.,. WJ1M traIlsportHll m the t.urL.
u( rtl(Ut ,.,. ,,:xl)IV!(s i.miany ,, M
(lay,Bt lralll pnsat.,,,, t
o'clock on Wednesday morning.
The express messenger says that he the brewer, and driven by (ieorge Lv.ins.
received the package with the seals 1111- 1 rati her down.
broken and the man who bundled Ii on j Mrs Hovev's skull was fractured and
the train also declared thut the package she was hurt internally, elylng a few iioiir
was In good shape when he received It. ,erut t. Monmouth .Memorial hospital
Detectives of the express company. ' There is a shaiii turn ill the i.wd
I'lnkertou men and olllclals of the two. wl(. ,,, llwMM haiiis-ned. Lvans
i-u...i(. ...es ii.ioixri. n.r ... . e..j..-.iii.
trying to clear up the mystery of the
cry ing .0 , e, r up uie m. s.ery
tobbery and In too mean me wilt not
give out any Information about I he
progress of the lniuli v.
ne theory advanced Is that the pack
age I'otitalning the money remained In
the offices of Hie express company dur
ing Tuesday night and that It might
have been tilled there rather than on
KAISERIN.HAS TO KEEP WORD.
(Irl e.r l.t.rrnlur Inuaes
I'reiieli l Hp llevlted.
Sptntl t'ulilt llnpiilrh to Tin Si v
lb.11l.IN. Sept. 20. -While the Kalseiln
ut her CHNtb. lit Crvltli.
near Met, she invited the village school
girls to the, castle. When they arrived
the Kmpress said to one of them: "Tell
nie your wish and I promise to fulfil- It."
To this the little one replied; "I wish
It wen 1 lil be grant d UH to learn French
In our school."
I lie r.mill'eSH WHS lUKen nUacK IV tlllM
j request, which touched a great political
hi i(m uIivhvs to th front In AlNnc.
Lurialne, namely, tho (lermunlzatlon of
the schools and tho suppression of
French Inlluc-tices. Hut having given
her liliilnl.se her Mnlestv said. "Your
wish Hl.nll be granted."
Th(. llt,t, Klrl t,wod and Kuld. "Thank
, V()11 Vl,ry nuich .-ra w'llhelm." Tin;
I next day tile first French lesson wan
given In tho I'rvllle school since the an-
' tiexn.lo; it.) 'Alsace-Lorraine. These les-
" " '"'
NAT GOODWIN SITS UP.
u.u,r ,., ,r.K ,, nr.
to I'lio In Seven Week.
i lob anoiii ks. hept. 2U.- .-sat r. t.nod-
I win. who was seriously Injured six
I u'Anuvt tmt liv liltii? irnu in u luint
" -n-' ...o
while rescuing ..woman friend from the
nurf. s recover ng nnd oxpectH to be
weeks. He Is sitting up In bed at prcs
ent and declares that reports that his
legs aro paralyed are untrue. Mem
bers of the family also assert that Mr.
Goodwin's recovery will be complete. He
is bonked to appear at the Mason Opera
House here soon as he ia able.
Mrs. Louise H. Clement, Valient
of Health Officer II uirlios,
CAK SKIDS INTO CUIili
Victim Wlicn Carried Home,
Tells Her Tarty Onests Not
to Mind Her.
Dr. John L. Hushes, health ottlccr of
Mount Vernon, was killed und Mrs,
Loulso S, Clement of I'arcot avenue,
New Itochelle, was seriously Injured
when the physician's uutoinobllo crashed
Into u tren In Now Kochello last nlRht.
Mrs. Clement was under treatment by
early In the evening Hr. Hughes offered
to drlo her home In his 30 horse-power
The machine was speeding through
... . ... .
Webster avenue less than n quurter of a
mile front her home who tho wheels
struck h deep rut In tho brick pavement.
The car skidded toward the curb, leaped
In the nlr nnd as It struck the curb the
I left rear wheel was cut off.
leuped across tho sidewalk, through a
hedge, nnd crashed Into u treu on the
lawn of Charles K. Holmes.
Mrs. (Metneiit was thrown thirty feet.
Her right leg Has torn, her face
scrutched and she sustained bruises all
over her body. s.-iienkctadv. N V.. Sept. 20 -John
Dr. Hughes was tossed against tneiMnc.t ,.N(.c,lve M.tiPlury to Mayor
tree. Ills skull was crushed fn.nl to l,1(.nrK,. , ,llnn, ,,.j, r,.,i ,s resignation
, unci: nun uotn ies uroKcu in m-mt.u
William Holmes wns the llrst on the,
Dr. Hughes was hurried to the New
Itochelle 1 lospltal. where he died on Uie
operating table within tw uts. Mrs (
iriHCIH llll II IH liri liwuir, tiin.-
.shevvasattendMl by Dr. Dairy . P le and
Dr. Henja.nln l i on Al ho gl. s he
?.K'l"f' i '"r.uJ .I'
... - 1 i .rt.i.-i- '..t .1-
setubled In evi Illtig dies'", and called
out, "Vuil go aneau vvmi your lestiviues.
n,..iv i.iin.i in- fii I-,! rb.hi i ,..,
bmlj:jl.mJ..dUl fure fur a while."
,1 .,,'..1 tiii. i.,.. vh. 1.
i H1 HSIII'-I II" HIVIIlllU.I . .1 111- 1
Siiiici of North Ad.im. Mass. she and
her husband, Willis D. Clement, were
divorced and she lived with her mIsi.t
and their guardian, William 1". Heal.
The two i-lrls lubiilied 11 fortune 011 tho
dentil of their father
Dr. Hughes was health officer of
Mount Yemeni for .1 number of yeais
and had nn extensive practice in Ches
ter Hill nnd Muiint V.-in m. He was un
married and is survived iy two sisters.
He was a member of Mount ernon
l.s.lge, . I'. ( 1. i:iks. nnd of the Mount
S'ernon Democratic Club,
WOMAN KILLED, DRIVER HLLD,
t'nr CliMieil li llrevrr II., (., W.
Wiieri linn Over Uro.mnLrr.
l.ONil lllt.vN'i'll. N' .1 . S.-pt. 20 Mrs
Mary Hoyoe. a iliessm iker. was xtruek
'by nn automobile oil the Oceanic road
l,y an automobile 011 the
1 and fatally injured to-day
, to boutd a trolley c-ar for I
hlio was about
lied Hank, when
tin automobile owned by K. (1. W. Woer.,
1 said that he elidn'l tee the woman until
1 she. Meppeel in front of the car. He wa,
M ,, (,imlie,
to the county Jail.
OIL STRUCK IN PANAMA.
ll.llilill.e I'lrlil Sin I el to lie- Located
Nrnr Cnnal '...nr.
Spfflut V,il,le litiptcti to Tin: Stv
Colo.x, It. P. Sept. 20 Thnt an im
mense oil field elsts within u very short
distance of the Canul 'one and that the
loll Is so plentiful und of such good graci
lis to make It of untold value commer
cially, Is the Information received hero
from several authoritative sources,
Among several leputnble Panutniins
Who have visited the Held and who
vouch for the accuracy of statements
regarding Us value Is tleratd Hamilton,
editor of the IhiglUli section of the Pan
ama City Mar eim i'iii(. Mr. Hamil
ton has sailed for New Orleans und
while In the I'ulli'd States probably will
take steps lo Interest Ainellcun capital
ists in the mutter.
Mr. Hamilton says that the oil fields
are In Coiouiblun ' let rltory not more ,
.. i ft..nr
t Im ti ii tin m tm fiim f mm eh., i 'mini
Zone, and that It' Is so rich In oil that The statue Is now covered with tar
the petroleum iicluiilly comes out of intuitu.
the earth and runs down Into be sea., -
Hp slat.-d thai the matter Is being In- HEIR TO $220,000 MISSING.
Vi'Stlgated by the authorities of llie(
Canal Commission mid by New York n,.s Mother llriii.rt. III. Thrrr
Il.ill..u n-l.li II... I.l.t.i ,f iiUi'..rl!iti.t..ir
whelher It Is In Paniiinu or Colombia,!
us there Is li'liolted to be much doubt1
.... ... .1... t. ....... I. ..... I.. d...e l.nlliin
. n ... mi- ...,iiiiii.ii.. .1. imui ............
I'lie field wiih discovered by a tlerman
i through gaining tho friendship of In-
I dlans, This man dev eloped nil oil spring
by digging u large hole In the earth at
the point whi'ie the petroleum Is per
colating through tin- soil. This well
filled up coiisianii.v, repieuisniiig nseu
In a few days, just us a water spring
might do In another section.
Mr. Ilamlltoii called attention to the1
fact Hint .he discovery of oil in large I
ipinntlllcs nt that point would make Hip,
........ II... ...lulu ... ...nl until.!.' file nil ...
l. I .or n.inin in .mi r.i.(.i, 11.1 mii ....
the vessels passing through the Panuma
Canal from varloiis parts of tho world.
It would practically solve the- fuel epics
tlon and do away with tho necessity of
transportlns oil from the Pacific coast
FLIER BLAIR KILLED BY FALL.'
! Strike I'oeUet In Air nml III 111-j
Khkn'anihimi, til., Keit, 20. Aviator I
KiiRell lllulr of Kansas City was In
stantly hilled at 2:30 this afternoon nt
Shenandoah, where ho was giving a
lilKht under the iiuspIich of the I'lro Hi
piirtment. Itlalr's eiiRlne was not work
ItiR welt and ho descended In u Held to
lnestlcii!e. Most of the crowd bad left
the Held wlien he started to lly back to
the aviation Held.
When llfty feet In the nlr he struck nn
nlr pocket nnd the biplane was thrown
violently to the earth. The planeu
crumpled like paper nnd Hlalr's neck
wiih broken by the force of the fall and
his body wns cut by the propeller. Ho
wits 21 years old and this was his third
year In exhibition HylnK. Ho used a
WIFE KILLED PROF. BLUME.
Womnn ronfr.se., IIIhiiiIiik Deed on
Specltil Ciibte tlnixitrh to Tub 3vH.
Hkiimn, Sept. 20. Mrs, Illume, the
wife of l'rof. Illume, who was arrested
yesterday on the suspicion of having
murdered her husband while walking
with hint In a forest near their home,
has confessed tho crime. She, states
that she killed the professor in ft mo
ment of mental Irresponsibility due to
tho fact that sho Is In an Interesting
....... II. t.... A ..'. .1 .,....,. n . n
Kill, Jltll, lit ),. .'II VIMIItni-IVIII ll IU
.... .. ... , ,.. .
her husbands pocket and her purchase
of a revolver has been proven.
The woman Is but 22 years of age.
Her husband was n well known arrh-
- mm wus connecieu wiih me
ivaiser rrieuricn .Miipum.
HELEN KELLER STAYS HOME,
Will .Not (Sn to .Xcheiirrtnilr n. "o
,(1.llay (( tuUt. (.frt,tt num.,llately. Ho
ui..,.H nH n .....m ,M i r,.' lllnr ss.
,(. ,1(,Imrture ,lf Mr iMhi.v w1 ,,.
DID EUROPE ON $83,
M , M.heil i:l.d, " ' - -
,., .,,,,. lerl..n.l. M Mt. ,icllned to accept any re-
I"l " "" W I- a!M.nslbiHt.v whatev.r In this respect.
Kwt thut jM b-en ;n.,roii)Vili.'hH'l
by Morris A. .lageiidorf. a Columlila
I'nlveislty student, who returned to
, , - -
i Columbia yesterday to begin the work
with a workliiK lupltul tif tH'J,
11 ltd planned to return with J!.". I'm
exuiiti'd exnenses eotilbelied him to
eliavv on Ids nxerve to the extent of
IT.r.u. so that Ids summer spent In
Kngland, P'riinee, Uermanv and Swllzer
I .imi cost him a trltle under S.I.
After working his way across tho
Atlantic on an Kngllsh passenger boat
.lageiidorf went to London, staying
thete a few days before going on to I
l-'rance, where he encountered bad j
weather. He walked most of the wav '
I through I'lance and (iermany and spen'. '
considerable time In Munich.
BOTH WANT AVIATOR'S BOY.
I'alrrnnl mid .Matrrnnl t.raiiiliarriil
t Law Ovrr llllil.
WAililNOTON.Sept 20. Seven-months-old
Haul I'eck, Jr.. son of the aviator
killed at Chicago last week. Is the sub
ject of legal warfare between his grand
parents for his custody. The child was
orphaned by Heck's death.
Paternal and maternal grandparents
lite suing for his possession.
REINHARDT IN DEBT TO 1,170.
lln.Urr XV ho lln.trnr.1 to 10 11 roue
Onr.l KeilL ll elver I lie I'. S. A.
Avery K. Ciisltniun. attorney for the
creditors who tiled a petition In bank-
rupcty against J. Thomas Helnhardt,
ilthe 3S llroad street stock broker who
has not yet returned from Kurope, tiled
l vesterday a list of Helnhardt s credl-
! tors as nearly as they can be nscer
They number about 1.170 and are
scattered all over the I'nlted States,
WILDE STATUE SHOCKS PARIS.
P.-re l.uelinUe tllllelal llriiiaiiel. That
It lie MuelHIeel.
.(will l.iM. ;j..m(i7. tu Till: Si v
T, . .. . U....t 'III I. ... ..I. ?t ul ..1 tl'rt I
monument to Oscar Wilde, which was1
accepted In London without a Word,
I appare ntly has shocked Parisians.
M Hedrilller. the conservator or 1'ero
l.aclmlso Cemetery, itsserts that tho
i sculpture Is unmoral and demands tint
It be modified. In which he Is backed up
by M. Dclanney, the Prefect of the
Mr. Kpsleln, the sculptor, Is pot at all
concerned about this criticism and re -
fuses to alter the work In any partlcit -
lar. H Is confident that he will be able
to Induce the authorities to abandon tho
....ullloie Mint iiuco tnkpll.
' uosltlon they have tnken.
X 1-Hr. xb.rnee to fuller.
St. Louis, Sept. 20, Mrs. Stephen
I llin.lr nf llenl'.-r lute this afternoon re-
....... ........ --
uuesilrd the police to locate liPr son,
Haliih Hltrtou HucU, who Is heir to
$220,000 left by his father and grand
The boy disappeared III ISO!) nt the
ago of 111. He left homo because his
lainer wisneu 10 senu nun u uuiiiiiry;
school. At the time Halph hud only
$15, his week's salnry. j
Despite the fortune thnt nwalts him
on his return no word has been re-..
eclved from him, Hp Ih the son nf the
I...- C3 . n ..V. .,, llll.. ami 1'PUIIiIhiii. ...
mil- ri.ei.li-i. ,.i.i. ...... n . . .......ji, i,.
Charles W Huck, founder of the fluck
Stove nnn itange uouipnny in oi. i.ouis.
FRENCH LICK SPRINOS THROUGH
HLEKPKR vry Wrrtnful.y and Mturo.y from
Grand Ontril Trrmlnsl. st IJ:o r. U.. vl New
Yetk Ctsual Uaes. fbeni WW Utdliso. Ait.
WALDO SAYS IT'S
Assures Buckner There's
Nothing tho Matter
With the Tolice.
(JAYNOR NOT DECEIVED
Civil Service Reports Still
WILL INVESTIGATE NOW
Former Head of liureau)- Bty
Abolished Tells of Work
McClcllan to Appear.
l'ollco Commissioner Waldo at In
tho witness chair ut tho Curroa Alder
manic Investigation for threo hours tmQ
11 half yesterday. Kmory it, Huckner,
counsel for tho committee, continued
his examination of tho Commissioner"
ixillcles In the l'ollco Department,
The bulk of 4he day'B work wan irtvwj
to finding what tho character ot tM
men In tho department Is, and Whyv
Lieut. John R Stanton, formerly chief
Investigator of the bureau established
by (ien. Hlnghnm to probe Into the
past records of applicants for police
Jobs, testified. He said that while
he wjs nt the head of the bureau
he found that from 10 to 12 per
cent, of the applications for posi
tions as policemen, iilremly certified by
the civil service as fit for the Job,
were men who had perjured themselves
In making out their applications or
otherwise had criminal or crooked
records. The buieaii was abolished
soon after Commissioner Wnldo took
over the department and Stanton wan
sent to Itath lieacb.
Commissioner Waldo clung closely to
1 n: now iiiui'o repeaieu ineory inai cue
character of the men appointed to the
1 I ... - , .1, I
Kvnn Jn cnncB In which docu-
ments taken from the Police Depatt-
intuit hies by Mr. Huckner purported
- , . , ,
to shuw perjury nnd bad previous rec.
cjci, Jilr. Waldo reXorriid t-ciomml?"
1 sinner Creelman nnd his associates on
I'lvll Service Commission nil re
sponsibility for the entry of these men.
unite a number of whom bad been re-
jected by fornief Coinmlssloners
cause of their records.
Xnt C'ertlelll Alieilll Crrrlnmn.
Those conducting the Investigation
are not yet ready tu tell when they will
call .Mr c rcehnnn as a witness or
whether they Intend to call him at all
or not. IIx-Mayor IJeorge H. McCIellan
wrote to Chairman t'urran yesterday
Haying he had read thnt Mr. Curran de
sired him to go before the committee.
"If you will let me know when you
want me," he said. "I shall be on hand."
The former Mayor said It would be a
favor If be were called on any Mon
day, Tuesday or Wednesday a.s ho lec
tured to his cluss In Princeton on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Alder
man Curran does not know yot when
Mr. McCIellan will be called.
Public clamor, according to Commis
sioner Waldo, Is what Is the matter
with the Police Department to-day. H
resented a question put by Mr. Buckner
In which the lawyer used the word
"demoralized" "s applied to tho depart
ment. InspectotH McClusky. Lahey and
Hughes, he said, ho had promoted be
cause they were the best men for the
work he bad In mind. He had not
Investigated their previous records, he
I said. In promotions he takes the men
from the top of the list and said If
'serious charge hud been proved against
them they would not bo in tne ctepan-
Ilient to be promoted.
While- occasionally It might bp that
a man Is promoted to n position for
which the Commissioner does not be
lieve blm unite fitted, even so It Is bet
ter than to run the risk of the talk of
Influence' and rascality which nccom
pany any other method ot selection, tht
lleiul I iivmllgielor C'nllrd,
Lieut. Ktunton was tho first witness at
the iiftornoon session.
hianton nam no naci nearn tiiac inn
, investigation liureau unci us neguinimr
, following the iirrest In tlrooklyn of a
! policoiuan bv the name of Dawson for bur
Rluri'iug a hardware store) while on duty
on his own beat. Dawson was convicted
i a nil got seven years, tin ins trial it came
ouf tmt he had been arretted previously,
, Ar,,,r Commlsiiioner Waldo took offlco
1 ,m M lu1 slanto milt the Com-
n,Ktonpr WMt for stnnton nnd asked
, , f , ni.i gel tho papers or which
ho was in charge In five minutes. Stanton
told him it was impossible, but he could
get them In thirty minutes.
"Hp instructed me to collect the papers
of tho applicants that had been rejected
by Commissioner Cropsoy," said the
witness, "Hp tiskeel tne if they were all
tlie-ro and had me check them off. I
t hen left t hem on his desk . "
II lll.l im, Imi'.. nm- enni'Arajitlnn u-llh
, .,, .. .. ......... .. ......
him vv lib lefereme to the reasons why tho
, men linil .eeu rejected a. .xo
Lieut iSlatiton wild that some of thn
pupers hud been lett with the civil service'.
"PrevioiiH to the coming in or air.
,....,.., . i.. .,lnliie.l. "there had been
olnf irniillo uliciiil tlinno Hticl I tint! Ieen
. . Illpr(t )(V commissioner Cropsoy
,. ' . " ,. ,,. , ...
.'" """ , ... (no mt., had been rejected
ln 11 '
b- IllrnV A .PS
I q. di, you take these papers to Ml
rrrelman to show the reasons for the re
jection? A Why, I hd a conversation
with Mr Creelman approximately about an
hour and a half, We went over each ease
separately. CommUiloaer Creelmta wu