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Fair (o-day and to-morrow; coder to-morrow
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NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1913. cpjrtffci. in. w the f,, v,mti0 ami rbu,hia Aoviuon.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
VOL. LXXX. NO. 124.
TUFTS PUN FOR
Not Likely lo ("Sot Civil
Governorship Owing lo
TUFA' WANT Til K JOBS
Fenrs Over Patronage In
spire Opposition and
WILL KKKI' POLITICS IM'T
Evri tilivt to Al!int!on ItiMi'iran
iz.itioii I'ldii 'I lia I Would
F.llM iltC I'.lluilUM'f.
Wvsiiim. - . .1.1 n. 1 Determined llinl
under 110 1 'teuttistatu e so lung 11s he 1
l'resl.; -ni the Panama Cnnul shall be
11 . the football of politb". Plesldetit
I I. : 1 ! 10 nl-aivloa hi I'li-nUmi
n! 1 1 .t,i! a the 'Vim -orient : the
'.1 11:1 1 .nil- anil U'iitiliiu '"'I ;:
(I'Mlia't its 1 111' t nfli. 1 ol I he
la'iii 1 f.t-lopiii n.i 1. ! iii-'la lii'il-
iitt lb 1 tin- I'rcfliU :it rtlll not liotn-
III. ile Cnl (in"t.uus lo titU Guv m nor
i.f Ibe i-. 11 V'.oik iioi v. lit 1 -tt.i 'v
uii. 1. en.' 1 i .ml i!i,it;. 1; il" I'l.-eiil
1 sl:.U hi. . Ill of tin- . 01 "'1 Pies.
1. . 'It let. 1. led ttoio Pa .:.. s 1 ' rit.i.v
with C .!. li'H'thals tu hi '1 -mm I
jjnrl. i-l!. Hit n lu. : t" name the
Colonel I 1 be Gn"i:ii'i of 'he .'lit'.
Wti't'.vi- : -rii-I ot II o.i.m tibi 1.. at
tacks oi.i'.e 00 his plan !' itoiitln 111
De!iH-cf..s tin I 'n Milt hi van .i:ii.i.eil.
When be l.eanl that tin u'ltV'd basis
Of these llUlllk." W.l- the t.'.ll til. II Col.
linethitW would not dl-lllbilte til- can.ll
p.itvonat.e In ! col d.lllie v. lib the
wMl'S of til.1 Di llli'i :h!s. h-' i.K ia-Ij-peiatto
Tile llt'Wf. of Hie ..;.ji' . t- I I' . tilm'
eiiiillist lulu nil iuel pi.i.tl' il :i'.nitl
likewise untaxed CI. 1 !m lliaK. The
President' probab'e oli.iiiilotiinetu of
the plan to itiiiii" Col. Goethals to be'
Governoi, It t umlei stood. Is In uivonl 1
With tile ull'f of 10. II I'MnT. Col. I
Goethals lias olteil said lo tipoios Unit
he inner would petmti tin ranal wolk'
to be In the least milium il b. pnlltltv.
His friends l.el!ee thai lu nslmiu-1
Hon. would be h!s ipi lo llll Utlelllpt
10 force pai'V 1 onsloeratioiis upon I1I111 '.
Ill Ills capiullv lis clilef I'liulllti l' of the
taual. He Is uiideistooil to I f tio
ranie mind ii'i lo-' I'lesulelil thul I I.f t
only waj to prevent tin i.uul hum b- .
Ins dtauued into 0 po.iiii.ii Unlit Is for
Hie I'lesldelit to I eii.oiiiSli his intention ,
of 1 eoratil.liiU Ho one I lo e r llllieil 1 .
The l'i .slil.-lit is t out ilit oil that If the
;einocrHts cat 1 led out their I til cut of
inaklnu' ti lliihl as.ilo-t Col. lloethals ,
mi paillNtii lines tbe wood sicken of
Hiclr own lll' dl. tut Ah T.tfl beileveM
lilt- .: 1 I Is 1 .r.liiisl, li iol devoted'
lo tVI 1J1 e ll.ils li.ll lie el wot. Id cuii-
.-. hi vwlo.til . 1 rn!i: lo ft' 0011 iiis-
iiiibeti 111 h.. -luoij of itiKi.eel u-
tlmtliy mi tne r.inal .l ae
TI.e lopnrls Hint teat lied 'he Irlhtims
ti.-iii the tVilc, S-ate tlu.-liiK the stay
,1 il, e I'le.-al' nt had the elTetl, It 1
sjd. nt ii ".-t I l.iiv: ticu.llli'iiH theie
n.iiuiii; Un p 1 sojiii' I of lb" t an . I fotie
l.,.iv'r Hue., h'ltllii;; Wi.li p...'ltioiis
- Cnl Go. Il.lls llllllie.il. Ill l bemiil
1, ,.i,i '1..1 1 I' .is l in v n l'.l U 'fit by tl..;
J opi'l'ell t II t '.-tl'.
jhe .snailltu etui barl.lni; of snmc of
fie Soiulbiii lietriiHTals n.er 'he pro-
Ii. Mil lllipoil.aill lit of ''"I (iuetllllls is
coi-.slilet.'d all the mote t einarliable b
P'tldint Taft ill view of eel lulu incur- nu cars .-t nat uern ioi.or-ii.ie
reiit.es b-fore he left W.ithliuton. J( 1 lo I wiser the bodice of nny of the vir
tu 1 ame l.nnwn today that a well tuns. ...
k.i.iwn H. eni l)..mmrat.a ti.embet nf Tl.- ntithoi Itles ileclare In-nlRht that
ii 1 ., ...... ,.,, , ,...,11.)-.'.. it Is tlnlr belief that the collapse of the
, , ,. ' .1. sV.ls.ei C.'ibluet went
... ii,. s'li . Iline nnd iilued Piesl
, ' . ... , , ,,., .,
This I icinni 1
il tub! Iln Plesldelit that
u.....,.. IIo SS' mil hnil I ec llieu
to avail himself of the President's offer !
of a wafhlp nn which he mlwht so to ,
the Isthmus and neiU.i!nt himself with;
conditions there at tlrsi hatiil before hlfc
lnuuKurntlim, Piesldent Inft himself
should make the ttlp ami decide upon
the liront.MCil reiirua nidation. The Prcsl 1
dent's callei holds such prominence In
the Democratic parly thnt President
Taft Is nuld In have accepted Ills words
as Indicative of the sentiments of the
majority of the Democratic leaders In
Congress The President Mill believes
that It would be beiier If the reorgan
ization were put Into effect vsell In ad
vance of tho completion of the canal In
order that the personnel might fldjuat
Itself to the chanited conditions before
the canal U put Into full operation.
DlegUBted by what he leurnnd yester
day, however, the President will prob
ably leuvo tho present organization In
tact, thua preventing any tight 011 Col,
Goethals. Ho cannot be dlstiitbed in
his present position and the Impression
nmonir Washington ofllclals Is that Air.
Wilson himself will continue Col.
Goethuls In full charge of the Canal
.one when he takes up tho reorganiza
tion of the Canal .one Government.
Were It not for this conviction It Is said
the President would nominate. Col,
Goethals at once nnd light It out.
Some Democratic Senators, deny thnt
the question of patronage Is at the bot
tom of the opposition to tho proposed
nnmlng of Col, Goethals ns Civil Gov
ernor. They say thnt there Is. no neces
slty for tho clianwe ut this time, and
that It Is due to tho members of 1110
present Panama On nut (..'omtnii-Hluii tiiut
they bo left In control until llio svutcr
way Is completi-d and they have had hii
opportunity In share lu the credit.
Otherwise, they contend the honor will
ro altogether to Col. Goethals ns Civil
Governor. These Democrnts ndd that
they gladly will favor the appointment
of Col, Goethals by Mr. Wilson after
the canal Is ready to be opened. These
Continued on Thlri Page.
McADOO BOOMED FOR TREASURY.
WlUnn Hears I Oil nines Snarae'teil
fur III, Cnhliiel,
William F. AlcCombs, chairman or the
Dctnorintlc National Committee, ex
pected to spend tho liolhliiy season tit
III old lmmn In Arkansas but wan de
talnril In Now York, Trcnlon mid Wash
ington until lost night, when In- left ror
Atknnsns, to return January lo, It has
been annnuiii'ril In Tiik Si n that Air.
AlcCombs could enter President Wilson s
Cabinet us Secretary of the Navy did he
m desire, but no decision ban been
reached on his part nnd no decision will
be reached until shortly after his tetiiin
to New York.
I'p to date, It up learned, President
elect Wilson has received recommenda
tions and IndoiseinentR for over 100
Democrats to tho nine Cabinet places,
but no selections will bo made for about
three weeks am" public announcement
of the selections may not be made for a
. strong coterie of New Yoiit Demo
crats started yestttduy a movement
to tultiK about the appointment
"f William (!. McAdoo to be Sec
retary of the Treasury. Their
support was based upon Mr. Ate
AdooV, familiarity with llnanclal affairs
and was coupled with Air. McAiloo's ae-'
tlvitie- for Wilson d.iriiiK tl anip.ilitn.
l or several months iluriiiK the Illness
,,r ti iiii.H,i,. m.. m....i
mis 1 ha 11 ii!i n of the National Commit-
''e and directed the work of the cam-
piUn Ills I.1I...1.-. 1: was added, con
tinned iinill a few ila-s hefoie the cam-
palun t lo"ed, when Mr AlcCombs wa.
snf'lt lentlv reeoveied to asinne hts
dniic us 1 hairman
SbVEK DIE WHEN TRAIN
PLUNGES THROUGH A BRIDGE
SlV I II IT tls Structure CollapC
I ntlcr ('. A. o. Trciirht Vic
tiiiis ( riislicd in ItiM'r.
II: 1 , V Va. ,'an 1 Tiei
tf t tin ..f .MS br.itiuli: to t.i- Clies.i- appaient as soon us tln-y htJid the I'nlverslty what. Is known ns the Tar
l.e.ike and iiliio lialiioad one of the ' propo-aN lepe.iteti. Tlie HulKarlans. , melee residence at Hlllhouse avenue
uieaies: disaster" In Its history of titty ' Iontenerint. tlleeks mid Servians ' mid Trumbull street. It was slated to
vtais. wh-11 .in 'iiirlne of the h.-av list . unlit .1 In a piotest. The lend was taken j nlKlit. It will remain with the l'resl
ivpe ptillliiK vve;.!b.iiind fivlsht train No. bv .Madjaroff lie did not htsltate to. dent to decide the mutter.
'! i.lui;.i: ihtmiKi, temnor.irv bi!d::e teil ttie Turks that they were castlm; , The home Is a line thtee-story htlck
.ifji.ii'n!! Hie ftovMo Itlver at Cuvaii- '.
ie cuvan Itlver at miyaii- ,
e eaem eilse of tut eltv 1
ik Seven men were killed .
tln'ie on 1 lit
setter .rattle w-a, resumed after a " !
lav of several hour, by the use of the
tiavks tf Urn Unit I111.1t e ami Ohio H.iti
lo.id. The Guvandotte nrldK-. the oen of
the d,s.itee, was known to railroad
men n ,1 I1001U10 hi ldj;e, to-day's accl
tletit ULlkllli! the thlul fatal aecldeut
oil thN structure. The brltUe wa he
lm: double trucked, and pending the
i ompletlon of the woi k a temporary
tru:-t ire had been put lu The rall
rii.nl nttlilal-t sac that the collap e of
the tirltlne was due t.i the pllltts belli s
llllllel III, tied by the hUh l,l!( of W Jlef
now prc allnm lu ilu.in Itlver
It 1- Mid that the i.iiiro.id offlctals
had been warned repeatedly of the
tl.iiiier since th h'i staye came lu
the river, and the .nitln. titles are In
vesMn.it'np thl pt.rti-e of the accident.
Tie noldout t. .Hired a few minute
' " 1.. ' , '"r'r lr"'.'1
II oVIn.-'t. A
mln.itts befoie that tune "J hi'" III email
llllll I'l. HO -111.111 OU 111,- ll.-llll it. Ill,
scemetl to have a pre,,,,,,,,,..-,, of dan-
and walked a- ross thy brldsn In nd-
Viiliee and to this they owe their lives.
Kiiu'cer W-bet temalned ut his post
atnl when the eti;;lrie reached the middle
span the bit. 'il cam.' nnd the "iiKine
and one iar plutiKctl fifty feet Into the
Msollen slitatn Fifteen men weie worl.
IliK on the b'ldue and eloven of them
went down,. live bclnj; rescued from the
' I iver. 1 up tuners leu uniier ine eiiKiue
'bridge was not due to a run of oi;a or
the lu-asv i ill lent sv.'ikentn the 1111
det rilnnlni; or Hie bridco hut was
Rinn anil nam ami me itirce 01 win
eillieill evit-i'iiiiK ii-uin.-i inu
work upon which the centre span
LATEST FIANCEE FOR MAN0EL.
Princess An.nsllne of Hohen.nllerp
Snggesled for Hx-Klna.
Special Cahlt Pttpatc to Tin Si.v
AtCNicit, Jan. 1. The latest an
nouncement in regard to the bride
which the dowagers are to provldo for
Alunoel of Portugal wns made to-dny,
It Is said he Is to marry his cousin,
Princess Augustine Vlcto. , daughter
of Prince Wlllltim of Hnhenrollcrn.
Manoel has been paying repeated
visits to all the -datives of the young
Princess. She Is n member of the only
1 toman Catholic family among the
Hohenzotlerns. Sho is but 22 years of
age and It said tn be a great beuuty.
SEES SISTER KISSED, MAN DIES.
Brother Overcome at a f Year's
Overcome with amazement and anger
because he saw u stranger kiss his
Hlstcr at a N'esv Year's party. John Al-
HUM Of 11 1.1 I'.HRIti avenue, 1 uv moil,
dropped dead last night.
llio home, of his sister, Airs. Charles!
b'hl, at 0H3 Hast lClUh struct anil nil
wee I.AVInR ft merry imrly. other
friends callrt. nnd prisen ly f nn
unKnjiwn to Al ius put his aim abou
Airs. I.'h and kissed her. Sho rerentrd
11, us 1110 .mous, nun 1 in. iii.ui was ,.iu
out of tho apartment.
During the scutHo no one paid any at
tention to Albus, but when they re
turned from putting out the man lie
was lying on the floor.
Dr. Feldman of l-7 Franklin nvenuo
wns summoned and pronounced the
young nian dead. Coroner Henly In
vestigated and said death was due to
u., a half do,-,, ,., ore w-ere Injured , ZZZ ' SUavrTZ His 0 and ' '! TScH In , A,, "ZuZ' her tea Ut
vv i'oneof L nie'k u! "''Ku. "Jui, , J- son reside there It was "The Parcel post works .1. ,
The financial los ,0 the r.iKr.,,.1 cm- bov .,.,-tlon-. , i V-om, .7,, .. i Z ,n , - On! It ' S" poUo.e.ni.i ns Majoi-Uetie,,,!. eon,-Was Gov. Supers comment,
pan,. !t l esiinni.ed. will r,-h a h.t f , Then It u.i- th MadJarotT wa.ked I I....0 00 If he .Mldes ,0 bu IL One of ,,,, ,, NOMal Guard and cull-.
n.Mllon dollars. Ftelslit tram., on tl.e'ou; of St .I.im.ss in 11.0 mreci.on oc. .ri.ioe.i ''"-':'""- tinned 1.5 the feiiate. '"''""V MACHINE SELLS TUBE
LONDON PEACE PARLEY
Ilnlfiiirian Supryrosts HYsmnptiou
of Wnr When Turks Wo
pout Their Tonus. .
COOI.KK HKADS PUKVAIL
P.cliof Kvprossott That Doloirat".';
Jlavo .Made at Least Snniii
tpreial f.ible Dfftxitch to Tin Si v
LoNtiuN. .Ian. l.--IJesplte the fact that
the peace negotiations betweei the Hal
kan States and Turkey wrro threatened
with illaster to-day when the Util
itarian .Minister nnnoiinced that he was
'about to Inform the KorelRn Oftlce that
Hi,. hIIIc- were leadv to recommence
j ,, (V.I, ;.lll1, v.Awy llmi
I , , , , ,, ,,..,
(With prospects of a successful outcome.
; (ienet.il ft 1 line amoiiB the oftklals lilt
London seems to indicate the bleak!
!nla(JpA ,. Uli;arlan .Minister did not I
,. . ,. ,,,i .,t .1..,
leveiii me line t1111.11.0- o. 10....
allies, ns was llrst feared.
Michael .MadJ.irolT. itulitarla s Mlnl-ter
at London, was the man who made, the
threat to resume the war. He D HCtlnc
us a Itulc.irl n rrpteentallve al the
con fere lice
.M.uljarotr il irliis .he eonfetence had
contlimalb made olijeellons to the tllla
loiv tactli- of til'-' Turkish plenlpotell-
Hades Wiom l.ie se.siloii opened till"
inoinlni; practically the same ptoposals
were m.ule liv the iittomans. Tliese
I ri.11 1 Hireaov neeii e .ii" u o. ........
at the piecedlni; mretliis nnil their art-,
pearjnee imnln made the repre"eiita.
of the Italkun States alive with
The Itnl.u nal Ion of nil Die envov. was
hii Insult III the faces of the allies lo I
an insun 111 me nu t -. 01 .u-- u
pi ooe that their dlttlcullle.. be settled
by the Powers after each countiy had
Foreiifti Oltlce. The proceedlncs in
1 ... ..... .. . 1 '
VTt , ce "
However. .Maitjaron s coiieaeu,. t -er
not irr-itlvy exercised over hU action
They did not n-fm to take the threat
too .-"tlou-lv .
A pn'.in whoie knowledee of tlin
nfi.ilrs of tlio ciinferem e Is well known
remained 'hut to-day was ths llrst of
the conference t which real progres
had been made
Premier Veulzelos of Gieeco seems
to tie proviiiK what ha ulrrHdv ben '
salt! of him, namely, that he ! the
master mind of the delecates. The coin
mentator above referred to says:
"Itechld P.ilia. th IcadlriK Turkish 1
n u,r' ' , -
,", " V." ,
in" to unnil f al eit we nformed ac-1
co.int-t, conlt-l tif tiv'.i clauses, ami
the.'o. set forth
.l.'lp, Tl,.. lAillnno of 'rtirl,.' tn
,.,.,e ,,11 ti, territories ocitipied by the
1 m"'1' "f '" ""I "",,w'"';1 "f
iiit. v 1 1,1 i ,,iiinm,ii.,
. , , .t, C.;.,itm ...! t.A
1 ' ' , ,, Z .7 h.,n
constitution of an autonomous Albania
should bo determined by the rowers. Peacock carried her lo the Park po-
"fecond- Turkey to retain the vilayet ve station nnd u call was sent lo the
of Aitil.mnpie, but to urranse with ltul- ! in County Hospital for Mil amhu
sarla for the le.rtlilcatlon of tho fton- 1 ance. Dr. Pennock. who came, found
tier t'trreof. thnt the young woman had three bullet
"Third -Turkey Is unable to modify j wounds under the right shoulder and
her refusal to surrender the .HKean ' onf In the cheek. At the hospital she
anils because they are an Integral part , s;,d i,n was Annie Sherman, 21 yVars
of Anatolia. ,0111. of 854 Srhenck street, Kant New
"Fourth--The question of Crete to be, York. 8ho Is not expected to live,
decided by the four protecting Powers , At nbout the same time a man came
Kncland, France, Hussia end Ger-1 up to J'ollccman AtcShary of the Ilergen
many. street station while he was standing
The fifth clause Is technical and tin -
M'he tirwt lninres!nn nroiluced on
the allies bs tu) reauini; or tne state-
former Turkish proposal and a motion
was made to adjourn forthwith until
Itechld Pasha recetvea terms wntcn
would permit discussion.
"Thl was a critical moment or the
session nnd perhaps with a less tactful
chairman all hope would have quickly
vanished Al, Venlzelos, however.
courteously questioned the represuntu
liven of the Sultan and drew from them
answers which seemed to broaden the I Twenty-eighth I'. H. Infantry, Company
ground of the defined written clauses, j jj ana ne has been Using In Brooklyn.
Then he said tho allies would retire 1 Yesterday he took the Schuman girl
and consider the matter. The delegates j to a thea.tre In New York and after
left the room and returned In ninety svard In the evening they went over to
minutes, when they read a written Prospect Park, and he asked her to
1.. I ..,,, him u.nln ami Mhe refnssd
"This gladly took cognlwinceof the cea-
slon of territory svest of the vilayet as
an advanci which made discussion of
terms feasible, but required that tho
territory described be 'situated' Instead
The second proposal, the statement
said, svaa unacceptable, in form mid sub
stance. The negotiations were with the
Halkan coalition unitedly and not with
any Individual State, Aloreovor, the
reotltlratlon of a frontier was entirely
different from tho cession of territory
ns the outcome of a military campaign.
' in rngard to llin Islands, the allies,
1 the statement said, could not abate.
.... ,,. .,,, Ih-.. llnn.,i ,h T.ir)f
1 . , ...mniatlvue would obtain tho
power to deal with all these points lu a
more liberal uplrit
urn.,. .-.iwt iif tint im ilv una nvl ramal v
a UI1(,ompi.onl)!,n, When llB
, d conclllU(,(, , atsctls-
, J , rHHumi-il. Air. VenUolns do-
" , ,,,,.. f(, ,
o))out Auana. It implied, he said, that
the alllea renounced tho right to have
n voice In determining their own
fnmtlers. This was Imposstblo. They
must persist In nn Impersonnl non
committal statement nnd allow the
Continued on Third Page.
IIRRAT BEAM SPRINn WATKK.
Mo. str caas f sum itoppsrsa svUsa.-.J.
BAILEY MAY QUIT TO-DAY.
Friend III peel trustor Will HcsU"
Ml I niM'luntoii nt Speech.
Wasimnuton, ,lan. 1. Senator Joseph
W. Hallcy of Texas will address the.
Senate to-morrow" In opposition to the
,.. .. . . it. ..Ol ukd
iiilliniisc ami reierciiumii, op . "'..,, . ...it 1 11 ,
the Moor soon ufter the Senate meets r irs( Offlcinl Aft T Ut HOSCllKl
at noon and will speak uboiit three i
hours, occupying most of tho time of
day's session. 1
The Senator's friends expect that he
will rtlnn soon nfter the speech Is
concluded, but he denied to-nlKht that
he planned any spectacular exit from
the body In which he has served so
lonif. He will not offer his reslKiiatlon
they say lis a concluding feature of
the' speech. The two HCts wilt he dis
tinct. Some uf the Senator' ftieiuls were
snvltiK to-nlnht that the date of his
relnnatlon will be tletei mined some
what by the ltujtlon 111 Texas .plating
to Ills successor. Senator Ralley, It Is !
s.il.l. would like to see It. Al. Johnston, I ' uu ""'' 1 " ' ,mulon
publisher .if the Houston l'nnl, succeed ' flen. .lohn V. O Uynn to his Is tlon
him for the two months that remain of ns head of the National Guard. no.
the term'. Gov. Colquitt of Texas I KmVer Issued orders rescinding every
leady to appoint Col. Johnston, but the ot,,.r which ha been Issued by CloV.
appointee could serve only until the , , , Verheck since Octo
Texas I.eclslature elects, mid there Is anu AUJl .. . ...,i
some doubt expiessed bv Te.sans In
Washington as to whether tho LegU-(Chief
latttre would elect Col. Johnston.
There Is n strong sentiment In favor
of olectinn lieprcsentatlve Alnrtfs Shep
paid, who practically hs been chosen
for the full term to succeed llalley.
FRIENDS PICK OUT HOUSE
FOR TAFT IN NEW HAVEN
President Kxpected to Make His
Home There After I.eav
inr White House.
Navv 1Ui:s', Conn.. Jan. 1 Friends
of I 'resident Taft hae ldcked nut for
litui when he comes to New Haven 10
take up Ills protesoilat unties hi laie
munition nnd was built about twenty
years iiro by the late Henry I'armclee.
president of the New Huveti Trolley
nere sum uiai tins m ninj one ...
! en has under consideration, for It Is
I,,., f.,r .,rn,,i ...... , .ni ,ue
no, e .f rMliIonee. nli'ti llie I'renl-
New Iluven his pe' tanent home "rter
: , . .'. ,
This friend added that It was Mr.
Tuft's plan nfter he bad retired from
tl e White House to South for sev
weeks for ie' Then he will coma
t w Miven lie 11 Mirll nnd with
his fain, 'i' v runrnta nt the Hotel
r,.. . ii,.''.irr finm the Yale
n inpus. retuulnlnR tLere lint U Wl!
sshet, he will otcupy his new home.
GIRL FOUND SHOT IN PARK.
.-rrenner. I.a.er .d A-mll.
... . , 1 .
, III .(ten Verbeck Issuea a staie-
Policeman JVncock of the Prospect
Park station In llrooklyu shortly tiefore
a ..'..ir..b .,1t-hf li:irfl Anmt ntle
moanltiK near the miniature boathotise
a penlnsuia riinnlnK out Inlo Swan
i.rtKp in llie lima lie lounu m uniir,,
. . . . 1.1. ..It.... I
1 'V 1
frotll fnur wounds.
lot Olasson and Flatbush avenues, and
"l'i'. tout itrint h woman In the nark.
McShary took him at onco nt ine
I charged soldier, living at 339 Williams
avenue. He refused to say any more
nmu " . mm
than that. On his own aamtssion ne
was locked up.
Finally Alansss decided to tell more.
Ho said he'd known Allss Schuman for
neve ml wnra nnd that he had several
times naked her to marry htm, but
Kim hart refused. Six weeks ago. he
mM he vra discharged from the
marry him agnin and sne reiusra.
Then, he said, he shot her and was go
ing to nhoot himself, but lost his nerve.
WHALES USED LIKE SHEEPDOGS.
Made to Here Hheals nf llerrlne; !-
shore fer Fishermen.
Victoria, 15. C, Jun. I. From Prince
Hubert comes the report that two huge
whales have been engaged to herd the
shoals of herring Into that port for the
benefit of the fishermen and the plan
has met with such success that whales
are to be used hereafter as the "sheep
dogs" of tho sea at tho northern ter
minal. The two whales display a lordly In
difference lo everything except herring,
with the result that big catches uru be
ing made. Messrs. K. Alortlmer, Mc
Donald nnd 'Hoblnson ure said to hnve
first observed the efforts of the
leviathans to corner the horrlng mnr
ket In a rocky covo neur Prince Rupert.
The whales drove the herring close
to shore nnd after opening their mouths
to a svldo nnglo they went through the
shoal of tlah at high speed, with the re
sult thnt many of tlie herring were
mlusllig from the shoal, The gulls fly
ing over the whales locate the levia
thans and the fishermen Instead ot
making long trlpa for their catch are
now following the gulls, with the result
that bis hauls are tl rule
SULZER REVERSES DIX
AND RESTORES O'RYAN
National Oiianl Orders
SI lien October IL
VKKHKCK NO LONGKK II HAD
Adjutant-General Tells of In
vestigation of l.attoi'.v
Al.HvNr. .Ian, 1. The first otllclal act
. I,pr wm-n i.en. e,u,-..v
of StHtT. and which eventuate,!
, tn Alalor-den. O'ltyan's fetlrenient and
the placlnn of AiUt-Oen. A erbecK ut
the head of the guard us Alajor-tienetal
on December 20.
Gov. Sulzer's action was taken on thi
Kround that the removal of (Jen.
O'ftyan wns contrary to law. uccord-
lr.rr In lltfll.tHtlt h COV6 Ollt. Tile
Governor Instructed his Adjutant Clen-,
. .. 0 . I.ann an
eral. Henry 1). Hamilton, to lsno an
'order dlreetln Alajor-Oen. .O'llyau to
lepott to the Governor In person at
noon to-morrow. Gen. O'ltyan was at
New Salem. Albany county, to-day.
The official order Is a sweeping ond.
It flrit nulllflMi the order creating Gen.
Verbeck, then Adjutant General, Chief of
Staff lo Gov. DIx, throws aside the
order issued by command of Gov. DIx
aui..n,iin.. tt.. .Ilvlaliinal nrirnnlza tlon
of the Natlon.1 Guard and "assumlns I
to lender .Major-Gen. O'ltyan super-
nunlerary." rescinds every order Issued
Iby Gen. Verbeck as Alajor-Geneial and
. .... , it,ta
restores Alajor-l.en. Oltyan to '
proper command of the guard" as Alajor-
General. Gov. hiilztr said;
tl lhf internum 01 un- vons iiiu.e......
l..llnllv nrnv'lHietll leinilllK to uiv
miAua" that un' ottlcer vee,l w l.h the
coiniiiand of all the military foiots ami,
,,.,,,nit, t the Governor for tlielrt
. disripune and efficiency, should b8 sum-
1 nmrlly displaced from his ciuc.i wiinoui
diaries and Ithot.t an ' W" nJ i
r.i.MlSn woilJ "11 o.d b" m,favi,,bi
I ---" . . . . .......i.
to the continuity 01 Huiiiniiiiir.i u , -
Mhe Legislature sotiRht to establish, but
lr h' malnt',n":e of discipline and nil-
lll'"t'V- .. . . .1 .
I X cottrnry to the law. which must
Hlnavs prevail, and was tlieirfore a mil -
ti,,. 'mi ereut'ed no vacancy that rould
be lawfully filled. The piesent action,
lu my Judgment, Is for the trend of ths
... .. " . . . .!, nv,.l of ih.l
-u- ; -.""st,,;.
mint to-nlicht In which he makes public
1 somp 0f th0 results of tho luvestlga.-
-. tUm. ae..Atinta of l.en.
Uviivan when he was captain of tho
Ftpsl jittery and Alajor of the Second
ttatlalinn r leal rinirij. vii-n. , c -
' -ecu .ays:
I have no quarrel with Gov Sutler
over his radical action, but among I ho
vh.Iou. oiueis he rescinded wa, one abol -
ishlng a boatd to examine the llnsnclal
actotintltiB of moneys III me nanus tu
Jo in I1-, u itynn wnen ne m i - um -
o,.n,i ,.t n,n Klrst lluiterv and Second
Battalion Field Artillery. This board was
duly constituted with hleh lanklnj und
New York; Col. Walter II. Hotchklu.
Twentv-second Engineers, New York,
Col. William vsuson, .mm inmnirj,
H.Mhter! Ma lor Georeo
Judge Advocate. Third Ilrlgsde. Albany,,
and Major ii. J. Cooklnliain. First In-
fantry. titles. 1
This boarn wss neiauea 10 iinrsiin.-im
1 wnsi senncu m , .
( ,on ot btit msplclous. 1 set an ottlccr
f,om my otllce at work und Anally It be-
It not llleftal at least naa every liioiea -
came necessary io ran me wnni- m
1 a public accouniam aim in mc mrv
I found i'p""l0t 'J','' t Tnn"Vpa.,t
1 if.. ..... I,. nii,r nmnn. of eemlnir
I funds and over $100,000 passed through
his hands with apparently a lack ot sys -
tern ol keeping account 01 ii'tivj """"-
actions without proper -J'o-""' 1 ",,,T
minutes of meetings of the organization
to act on flnnnotai mauers
in ssn cvitvan presented a voucher for
payment of expenses for nn authorized
trip to tVashlneton and was paid 5G by
the Htate, which Intluded travel, sub
slstence and pay We found on Investi
gation that he had also drawn U Irom
the civil tunas 01 nn uiuiiiiuii nn
travel on the same dates which wns
covered by the Htate voucher. And from
the same civil lunu tie iiirvner urow ii
for expenses to Washington, For this
three day trip lie drew an aggregate
In October, 1IJ, u yan mane a per-
sonal visit to Gov. DIx at his summer
home at Lak George. For this ha dtew
travel and subsistence from the State for
132.36, He then drew rrom nis organiza
tion IS. SO for travel from New York to
I.nke George and dresv $35 for expenses,
These are examples of many similar
cases and these ure some of tho facts that
an InvestlRatlon svouiu nave iirotmiu out,
This Is the'drganlzatinn 01 svnicu 1.0111s
Wendrl svas in commanu wnen ne was
coiirt-martlalled for Improper use of funds.
Had Clov. Hulzer known this situation I
believe ho would not have ncted so hastily.
He Issued the statement to-day that Ids
order svas In the Interest of efficiency.
Does It show a desire to nttaJn eftlclency
by covering up un Investigation?
Gov. Kulzcr said last night:
"If Gen. Verbeck has nny charges
against Major-Gen. O'llynn, he knows
how and to whom to prefer them. If
they nre preferred I know how to
CUANf.K IN A. C, I.. EX PR Kit,
Belnnln 4nury S, Pennsylvania Itallroad
train No. II "Atlinilo Costl Line Bxpreia" will be
cnaogtd to leave Pennsylvania Station al .IJ A.U.
for.noriw U4 at Beuiay-Mr,
I hivn urie slowly In tins niauer tuni 11 was a
- ..o .1.1. ..a.I V. nllA.I li.ll 4 ' .... . ..... , .
ill leu 11 (iels ItlstiiilelliiK II r purl
lu Ills lletlllb.
Special diblf linMitri In Tar. Stt.
I.omio.v, Jan. 2. -The Home, cone
spondct.t of the )a Mull says tho ,
I'apal nuncio at Vienna has sent lo ,
tho Vatican a tllsiiiletlnn lepoit In re-
'kum! to the health of latiperor Ktancls
' The report has caused muth nnlety,
fiotwlthstandlni; otllclal ri asurliiK Mate-
tnetils from Vienna.
WATCHES FOUR SONS DROWN.
Tnllirr Xenrly l.osp I. Iff Trjlnit lo
Ptr.vct'Pit. Jan, 1 l-'our Rons of
Daniel K'ahler of Croi;han. the diiiii;
est iiKfil " and the oldest ltt, weie
illownetl this ufternoou while playiiiK
on Header Itlver near their liome.
All four were on a sled which broke
throUKh Iff seventeen feet from shore.
Tl'ie father heard cries for help, and
rushed to the river hank In time to
see the boys disappear. He Jumped
Into the liver and tried to reach them,
and In doliiK' so neaily lost his. own
CZAR'S BROTHER CENSURED.
Itrnitivril Prom ConiniK nil of llrcl
inrnl mid I'rnellcitllr llanlslicil,
Sprrlal Caltt Unpalch to Tar Sis
St I'KTK'itsiit'ftii, Jan I - The OJIrM
Omrtlr announces that the Czar's
brother has been removed from com-
InllllU Ol Hie .oOllllieu 1 111,11 n?- n'Kiiunii
, rn..,n.a 1
, , . , . . 1 . ,
or abroad for eleven month-. 1
No otllclal explanation Is given of this, I
hut It Is supposed to be in pitnlsiiment 1
for niarryliiR the divorced wife of a
military olllcer. Ii I also v reported
that the ptlett who martletl thfin will
PARCEL POST GOOD TO SULZER.
Grtm Plr.t H-ck.r Onl ol New V.rk,
enr'n f.lf I.
Ai.bant, Jan. 1 - A parcel post pack-
'p. ' I h "" .T
I lOlo) illlU V III III I , HIT" Mini. uriliviru
'i.p,,., . ,,.,.elved by Gov. Sulzer to-day.
n Wll( wnt nt y:.ol clllrk timl rrnc()(M
,)le Executive .Mansion ut J0:&0 A. Al
New Years nut ror .Mrs.
rnlpnllr . Ammmt WW.h
FRANCIS JOSEPH FAILING.
ihihu'i iniii or .tiiur i-uiitii, w Diuwui i'SCB n auptrinienoein
, oi0mobll slot r.tivet seller ns,of PiAitc AVorki. Gov. AtiUer said.
,....., ... CC1I. x.,,,,- in the
...rm'n.l Ala.k,. Iub atlloa -
You drop , our n-ckella tl.i and lt
,.,,r k i.e, ,..,..i
it . brl'e-.nl tiiut the muohliio mill be
KttHt ,e.p to the womea ticket sell-
era tn the booths dtirlns the ru.h hours.
. " "M ' MoAdoo tnnne official
j e-terday. "because there will be no
' temptation for passengers to hold tip
the llne by talklnK to It nbout the
t weather nnd other topics while get-
""K -Uetr tlcuels,
URGE JUDGE'S IMPEACHMENT.
('nnimtsslnners of Knnsss I'ltr, Kan,,
Object In l,ns Derision.
Kansas City, Kan., Jan. 1. Indigna
tion imalnst Fedetal JuiIro John O. Pol
lock, sslioso order permitted the Kansas
. ., , ., ,..,,,. . n..,, .h
""'" " ,, . ' .
1 svholesale price of Raa UU cents, took
, the fol in of resolutions declaring the
proceeumBS jiiswneu iiiipeaciuiin.v.
. me resoiuiions urn. mio uni oy ine
1 r-i... r iim.r. nn.i -.r
esolutlons were ntiopien uy tne
"jf. K, i,ran, Commissioner of Parks
mntul that tho Knnsas State Utilities
Commission lllo an Intervening petition
n tne 1 eiictni uisirict i;outi to set
1 -ia t...i., initn..iia ..na
. ,". ,.,.,, B , Clicultithe 'omlnatlon or ruu8kuu,c.e' lr'
'A rtVAmViiN Parker. Air. Peck and of the Madison
lourt or ysppiais, county Judge were confirmed at once
j;ivx. iJADlt-a Al unr, Dinin.
1 inrr Are liojs, nun l urrs snrnnt
-Mother Weighs 200.
AnsiEVitxi. I.a.. Jan. 1, Five
children, all perfectly formed, were
l,orn t-'iay ,0 'V' A,,,rev LaJ",en
wife of a local competitor. Two of the
children were dead at birth, but the
others lived.' The babies were born at
. intervals of from five minutes to more
than an hour. The smallest ot tho
I children weighed twenty-two ounces,
nnd the largest tipped the scales at
slightly over live pounds. Physicians
In attendance say that other than the
unusual number of the children there
were no abnormal circumstances at
tending tho birth.
Airs. Lnssen has three other children,
two of them twins nnd horn two years
ngo. All three of these nro boys. She
Is I'S years of age, und her husband Is
about four yeurs her senior.
Airs. Dnssen weighs nearly 200 pounds,
while her husband weighs 140,
FIRST PLUNGE OF YEAR FOR 60.
Tlinaannds In t'lslers Welch "polar
Hears" at llrlghton Beach,
Thousands of people bundled In furs
and ulsters stood, nlong Brighton Bench
yesterday watching the winter bathers
tnho their llrst plunge, of the yenr.
There were sixty of these "Snnwbergs,"
"Polnr Hears" and "Arctics," as they
call themselves, who snttstled their con
sciences by beginning tho year right.
One man fulfilled -Ill's New Ycar'a
resolution to bo the first bather of the
'year on thn beach, Ho was Charles
Holmhurg of Flntbusii nnd he en tne nt
ll:30 yesterday morning In his auto
mobile. Deputy Pollco Commissioner
Dougherty was among thoso who
bathed. About half tho day's bathers
TO l'ANAMA 1'ANAI, THRU FLORIDA.
The Seabotril Florida Mil. N. V. 10 Key West.
I.v, N. Y. 10-S0 A. U. dally, commencing Jan, t.
Ar. V aim Beach 8 Is P. M,, Tampa t.DOP. tl neil
day. Isa. UM B'way. Ads.
Duncan Pock Kcanpointod
Stuto SiipoiinUMidcnt (if
1. I j. LUCK CITY JUDGE
Xcu, Wolff nnd Lnvcry lo
Civil Service Hoard Parker
HLOW AT TIIK OLD (iUARD
Meiisel Will Have No Moro to
Uo With State Highways,
At.BAVT, Jan, 1. Clov. flulze.r to-nlnht
sent tho followltiK nominations to tho
Judge of the New York City Court--Robert
I.. Luce, of New York city, to
1 T . . .1 nH..n ...1... U 1 .
nnv e.Mi .iiniKii ioiiiieji . vuu linn uru
promoted to the Supreme Court. Air.
w"l come up ror election next rail.
The salary of City JudRe Is $10,000. Mr.
,Ure Is now chairman of the Stat
Hoard of Claims nt o salary of $6,000.
State Superintendent of Public World
Duncan W. Peck of Syracuse, reap
pointed; salary, Jd.OOO; term, two year.
Stute Architect Alntthew Al. Hoefer
of New York city, reappointed; salary,
IT.r.OO, Kervea during the pleasure of
Alember of State Hospital Commis
sion Frederick l'arkcr of Ulster,
brother of Alton H. Parker, reap
pointed; salnry. I.'.OOO.
State Civil Service Commlslonerir
Jacob Neu of Brooklyn. Dr. Alaycr Wolff
of .Manhattan, Democrats, and .Inmou .v.
1 I.avery of PoURhkeepsle, Iteptibllcaii.
Mr. Neu will bu chairman. The com-
I mission serves during the pleasuie o!
the Governor. The salary Is jrf.dou
with $600 allowed annually for rxpeiisn.
county Juciiro or ftiauisoa i;outry t
I sucoeed Justice. Klley Harrlsoi vv
i . -
"Xr'enc. f the moln-..e
fXtwem ! tne rea,.rwn .-r .
"I iavs causal enref ill lnes:latlon
lt. t niatSa of Mr. Peck'a work and 1:
hn. been report to me th-t he l.
l.rtM. .I.af V. a Is rundh 1. lull nil! 111.
- -- --- -- -
. ways diplomatic In other words lie han
, not Rot along well with some of tho
I men under him and some contractor
' d i"01
militate aEainst h in In mv JudKitient.
for the overwhelndnR testimony ot
neoDle alo.iR the canal Influenced tne
, and caused his reappointment. In ti-
appolutlns Air. Peck I have gone over
the situation with him and have told
him he would have nothing to do with
hlRhwaya. I will see that his work II
done a I want It or he will not be au
pertntendent very long.
"In Justlco to Air. Peck I will Bay ht
troubles are due to the work put en Mm
as Highway Commissioner.
"I have r.u hesitancy about saying
that Btate ISngtneer Bensel has all ha
can do with engineering and surveying.
Neither will he hnve any more to do
with State highways either In building
or maintaining them. My message will
oeode the key to what I Pro-
1 ' c,. v.i.i.o,,.
- .- , . B, . h. , tt.v-1
pose to do about State hlgnways.
Gov. Hulzer favors the creation or a
single headed highway commission, di
vorced from either the Department ot
Public Works or the Etate Engineer
When the appointments of the Oov-
1 r.,".rt ih Rtat Sent
1 r' ""' "v..
and the civil service appointments were
referred to the Finance Committee. Mi
nority Leader Elon It. Brown objected
to the Immediate confirmation ot Mr.
Hoefer and thin nomination also wh
referred to the Finance Committee.
In discussing the appointment ot
James A- Iavery of Poughkeepsle. a
member of the Civil Sertrtue Commis
sion, Gov. Sillier to-night Bald:
The appointment of Air. Lavery. who
I Is editor of a paper which supports
, Republican candidates, Is espeotally
gratifying to my good friend Job 13.
Hedges. I had difficulty In getting is
Itepubllcan member of the Civil Ser
vice Commission. I did not want a
machine Republican for the minority
nny more than I wanted a machine
Democrat for the majority."
Gov. Sulzer's remark that State Kn
glneer Bensel will not have anything
more to do with building or maintain
ing Stute hlghss-ays wns regarded as
significant by New York ine.i who have
been waiting to see what tho new Gov
ernor would do about reorganizing the
Bensel Is ex-ottlclo a member ot the
State Highways Commission, which Is
to say how the $50,000,000 good roads
money voted for by leferendum Is to be
spent, Hut apparently he Is to be re
stricted by Gov. Sul.er to the purely
technical work of his office.
Critics of tho DIx highway adminis
tration have charged Air. Itensel and
the other commissioners with turning
their department Into a political ma
chine controlled by Charles F. Alurphy.
It has also been alleged that contracts
were awarded to political favorites .ana
that money that should have gone Into,
road mulling was wasted. Some time
ngo Air, Sul.er said that one of his first
duties at Albany would bo to start an
Investigation of the Highways Depart
ment. GOV. SULZER'S APPOINTEES.
Peek and I.ace Hare Keen Maefe)
Duncan W. Peck, who wan appointed"
State Superintendent of Fubllb Wwtu '