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THE SUN, SATURDAY. JANUARY 18. 1913.
CRIMES LEFT IN AIR '
BY STRIKING WRITERS
YiiMMi PnppiN on 'lime,
lull Willi ll.'ilf rinMinl
roin v m r.N a nr. nrr
Novel WriiciN ppcliirf All IV
prr Will I5t AffYetril. Iillt
Stniii Moubt It.
V. 11' ,1! trending lr olnptller ' II' ' ' "l
II e progress rif (In- "IllNn of the ,dcl,ll
wrjtits. the n-puripri and rpe. 'a.
vvrlliix and M-vcr Blocli on th" four
Jewish dully papers yesterday.
Tin. second il.iy of the sttike fniillil
young women dinging ly affrighted
eyebrows from th.- furthest edges of
g.ddy precipices. : f t Fifth avenue
lnlri nW m to stop into taxlcah-i
i-lvon bv K""il '."Uitic i hiitilT""!! , (i nil
oh.mdoneil victims if masked holdup
men pit us ilu'v. wore gating down
ntn t ho bnrre.s of rev nluTs t lie 1 1 Iggerx
f hli Ii witp already falling at Henry
mill .l.fTr r. in xtpetx, npnn the front
lanes nf tin- fnur il.i 'v paper" where
ho.tv. is a strike
l-'nr t i Ilt.vrx nf the Jewish papers
d' pend npnn spei l.il nrtli'Io and noMNl
wrlti.'ii hy i ho ninmliprx of their staiTs '
f"f mil' )i of thoir rnpv. Such nootj
'o written iln.v by day and it N a rarn '
" inc nli'ii a spot lal wrltor Unrnvi j
what !. i.-v.ns to happen to lit liern r
'.eti.in nmro tlian a it i y or two in'
T''pofor. when on Th'ir.-.d.v M j
Kn.x. author of the nncl uhlih the
Wni brii (-t runnin2. .Mlled "The
Janasti-r." innri tn-d out of tlio ofllce In!
I'potl"" to tlio call of the Newspaper
H". t.... I'.U. I .... I . 1... I. ..MM...!
ll"l-i . llliMl Itiu tl II"' ll'll 111.'
flit -tor" in tlio tnlilille of I'hapter XV.,
ntwiut to porpotrato a ri("h rihne
I'linxeiiuentlv yrslord.iv aftornnnn's
"I t 'n of the paper had to ailliounre
". th regret that noihlni: mote would
h" heard nf "Tlio (latm-iter" for
onie tlmo. lint Jut to show how little
the Mrll.i- ti.nl otTorteit literature on
I"'ikt ItrriadH.iy. thete nNo .ippo.ired nil
ii nnnim omrnt salm: tli.it ,i new novel
unuM In '.in Immediately cn'leii "The
Sml .i wax the untimely end nf "The
OiiiiKx'rr " It did not have the xame
dopro.-lnu effect upnn rho wnmen r.ew-
paper reader ,i did the fnto nf tlio ,
"S'n'on I'rphan." another nnvel pub.
t!hed nnfl r "Itnlliir oln'iimstnnres by
nnnther paper. The stnlen orphan had
nit in lived up to her title, but there
wa evetv indication from the way In
which the illaln was twiillnu his tnu
taclie thn: sntnelhlnc wax nhout to
h'ppen In ttie verv nt Inxtalment that
would he well worth !h price of th
"leiok into my ee." the villain wa j
'rliic, "Ii.o'r Ifm and doop and then i
trll tuo tuat yo i cm ref i. e mo."
"ll 'iv i'oer how demoniacally e'ever '
vti a-e" tlio . n'liiir u.'imn was xhr'.ek-'
Inc i ix; ax the dolfir.ito wn'Ked In and '
the mitlior walked out. J
The literary strikir a: thoir head- J
O'l.'inerx. ISO Henry stieet. were iiire I
the newspaper ollb es were helni; flooded j
with petitions from women readers bo. I
fro. hlns the editors to co nhead nml let 1
them know whether she looked at the j
cleer demon x eyes.
Thoy nl--o aro responsible for the
P'n'ement that one i ltv editor is (tettlni;
ni! tlio ii' a x ti.m-'.at .1 from the Knit-I
'' morning pajrs in time fir his'
df-ernmin edition !
any rate a!! the paixrs appeared
nt th" reirui.ir time, Jih; oh though!
T'.or,. hadn't been .my reHrtorial strike.'
The l orjif 7, where the most strenuous
I'd1 asalnxt tlio union x belnir waned. !
o' . n iine o-it half an ho ir ahead of
i the 'nrii''in.. tlio lu- Socialist Vld-
rlixli paper, tlie striking wrltcr returned i
and authored all over the shop nil div
Hut they av this Is only temporary. I
Tho nsxoi'lattnn which prints the Tor- '
irnriti hax n meetlncr to-morrow and .
upon the decision as to the reopn;on
of the union will depend that nf the
Ftrlkers a to contlnulnc at their work.
The strikers say they have forty re
porters and a city editor out. but ac
cording to th" newspaper publishers
there are nowhere near that number
lli'inrleh rharlex, loader of the strike.
sjivs oM-ntiiallv tho xttiko will spre.nl
t.. owrv iior In the ity. but there Is
at one Mi.ippy reporter who -a- x
he won't stnko in, matter what hap
pens and he doesn't reem to mind If
his city editor knows It either.
Orovor Cleveland Puller, nnrr n fnmmis
Jockey and formerly Mnplnuil l.v .lanifs
ft Koono. ,, suspended sontmoo vosirr.
da from .luili;e i:iialkv in 'ieneinl S"..
(tnn. wli.oe bo was up fnr entrnro on a
larceny rtiarco fuller told the court he
once was nbl to earn StfiA.noA a vnnr
but had Inxt it nil b dllpatltin
Ttnrnld n Iltnney, n lawyer, was a
prlxnner twin. y.terdav for drhinB bis
iintntnoblle in n i.Tklesi niatiner In the
I la item (mill MriKistiato Appleton fined
I. in on two ihnrRcx of ireklr-kx dilv
Inir Then lie e.itne down lo tho .loiYei son
.Market court. wior Mairixtr.ite McCJiurle
lield blin In J.IOi hall for a hearlni,- on
T'li sd.n on a MmlUr chaice lilniay
runs a patent attorney offlee at 2 ItectoV
Charley Salomon, recently cnnvlcted of
atteniptlm: lo bill"' n process server (,f
the Plrtrh't Attorney'! nttlcc, was sen
tenced to friiin two to fnur yenrs liy
,liitlco (jnff in the Criminal nranch of
the Supreme Court yesterday. ".Salomon."
said .IiisHii. (luff. "ou have flctireil as n
trattlcker In ball bonds until you haw
ln'coine a imhllc menaie"
The Appellate Plvlslon of the Supieme
Court In ilrooklyn. yesterday, sustained
the riecllnn nf the lower court In denjiiiK
the motion for an Injunction on behalf of
tlm Manhattan Hrldire. Three Cent I.lno
to prevent the Third Avenue Itnllrnad
Company and the iirooklyn Itapld Tinnslt
Company from opnratlm; their earn on
The Appellate Division of the Supieme
Court In llrooklvu yesterday siiMuhiod
the vrrdirt of JIS.OOO mvaided , ii j in
to Arthur (.'ludmiure, IS jeaia old, In hla
Hilt uKitliifct tho I'eerless .Motor Car Com
Iiany for tho Ions of both eyes whllii
worklni; for tho company as a mechunlc'H
Joph Qulnlan, Ss jeais old, of 177
Rait If stieet, who was inulctil of m-Huik
cocaine, was Mxlenla sentenii d liy
Cnuntv .IiiiIl-c Tiernan In Itrooklvn to one
yrir at haid Inlmr in Sins sing and a
lino of $1,0.00. This Is the severest penult!,
to ir luuxsti'd ror tnis orrence.
lil'iliCS n boll, i' will n qui' l in I
' otiifortil'-V li'.n ll of Ni vv ot l
whom ImiJi .'H iii.iv lie properly
c.le Villi li.lVt' all ( II V (.1)11-
vi,iiioiiri,. with coun
try ii v i r n in imi t
l'i''(in'nr 1 1 ,i i n h,
fust time, low , ip"".
Send lor Siili'ii Km
llnoklot No li, to 1 1.!
I.ilicrt v.St.,"i'W Vol k
EXPOSES CRUELTY OF
RUSSIAN SPY SYSTEM
I'm ii Mi Woniaii Aiiines tnli
riicp ly llecilnl of Si'dTl
I.NTITK MANY M.ss CI!I.S
Mi'inh of i:.000 .low n ml V.ixt
Propoi'ty .n A 1 1 riliulcil
Mine Alno M.ilmberi:, .i l.nii.h.
tioM'lixt nnd eilur.i'or who I .is been
lecturing on I'ltiland nnd the part
woman has token In the political de
M lnpment of that lountry. chanRed her
topic extetday ami ta'ked m tho lterk"
1' v TI eatre on the l! ixiati spy ys
tclil. I'or more than nn hour the and. once,
mad." up mnxti of wnmen, listened to
her recital nf events which are knnwti
uiK bv Hi., principals who tlKiired In
them nnd hv those who bine access to
the secret tecntds of the Imperial Itus
slan seciot polk o.
.Mini'. Malmberc told of the service
which does Its work abroad and tier
audliine was nmazeil when slio sni;.
itesteil that possibly a spy or two sat
nmom; them to hear what sh had to
say mid lepmt to th- I'luss.an ilowin
iiioiu "The .vvstoiti hnx npentx unions he
r!( h. the pour, conerals of the aruiv.
hut dwelhrs, society women, shop
keepers i.nil an other classes." s.ild
Mine MalmlMTK. "I'ait of tli work Is
to tin. I out the plans of tho r. nlut Inn
xs. but that Is ti e least important of
their tasks. That Is In a mot,MU,. Iioti
est work, but their chief aim Is to incite
those who did not tlrmly believe in the
ItusMan system tif sovernmont to
crimes of violence and to Inform on
them Just before tin- net Is committed
"The Terrorists aro not nee esarllv n
bloodthirsty crowd of revolutionists.
I'or tho most pun they are dre.imers.
poets, youiic n who foolishly believe
that th" only salvation is to kill some
oil" to show that the people won't sub
m!t to wrong These men are not by
iiatuie cruel. They nr.- vvill.m; to clvo
tlie.r IP . x f. f the.r bel.efs. ;ui, (,te V cry
o.imIv d'Ciived hy the spi. .v
'The spy .vvuoin has been In use per.
h.ips ii. r a cthtur. but ii onlv r-ac hod
its prevent -lac nt perfect 'u under
Hie present t Var "
Mtne. .Mulmbi ti; told of the nctiv ll es
of Dairaeff, wlio In the late 7a-s nml
earlv mi's was one of the most mtive
or the revolutionists. t.. had boon ar
nsted and freed on liN ptonilpo to do
spyinK work. Ho teportod tin. actions
of the revolutions to Chief of police
Snndeko for v. irs and then Ids Identity
was discovetdl by the T. rror.xts. Thoy
mad hitn kil' Smidi l.e under threat of
death anil ho was sent to Siberia.
"Hut the greatest spv of nil iiRes
(ontlnueil Mine .Maltnberc. "was Azeff,
head of tho T. norlst croup, whoso ac
tivities continued for sixteen years Ho
himself lu Hcd the attacks on the (Iratnl
I hike Serjinix. the Car's uncle, and on
the h'.id of tlio m i ret po'icc .Many
others which lie orKiinls'.od tailed
"I'lnnlly liiurtseti', a revolutionist
who had a k nlus for llndlm; out spies,
centred his attention on Azett Hourt
xeff wax tod that it was Ar.etT by a spy.
but Hl.lirtseff did not believe tl f III. Tlie
man was sent to Slberin nnd then
Itourtsorf decided ho had been telllmj
"In lT'O1 Itnurts.'ff met the Chief of
I'olico of S'. l'oterxbur. In return for
favois tho chief told Hourtoff that
for sixteen years Azeff, leader of the
TerrorNts. had been Inolilnsr crime on
one ml and Informing the police on
the o her.
' I met A.eff (irst in 1101. .t one
time ho indui'd sonic I'lnx to arrange
foi tin- landing of . shipnicm of vve.ip.
onu, hut i ho vix.si was wrecked, am so
fate prevented this spy from carrying
out his evil plans, which would hive
deprived the Kins of ail the Irc-dom
thoy bad won
".lust bfiore ho wajc exposed ho tried
to get the Pins to establish factory
to manufacture guns, Inn' fulled."
Azeff was expo-ii bv the Terrorists,
who proved their lase, and he sub.
so(iienily was sent to Slher!.i.
Mme. Malmherg blamed most nf the
massacres of ilie Jews upon the secret
police. She f-aid the pollen would so.
creily spread falsi, stories about the
.lews among the Ignorant Ituslans.
"They vv.iiild tell cruel lies," she said,
"such as that tlie .lews nt their fes
tivnls murdered christian children ami
were plotting to murder the (Var and
set up it Jew In his place. I'p t inOB
there wi re K37 massacres in which more
than KA.000 persons were killed nnd
more than ."1 ooo.nmi rubles worth of
property do-trov ed."
.Mme. Mnlmberg cor.clU'ted with the
x'ory of Heckelm.in, who tu lSfiu In
duced tweiuj-soven young Itevolutton
Ists to carry bombs from Paris to
liussiannd then Infonnedon them. They
wore arrested and sent to Jail while
"In 1500 liourtsoff, w-ho unmasked
Azeff, learned tliat (ien. Hartlng wa,s
head of tho Hux.slVin secret police and
llnally by means nf a letter of Hartlng'a
Identified Hartlng and Heckelman as
tho same. man.
"So you can see hnw treacherous the
spy system Is," concluded the npcaker.
HENRY CONTEMPT CASE TO JURY
Nevr Inrl. Ilriiker I'roxrcnlrrt hjr
W.thiiiM.iov. .I,,,, t; Cn, euro I,' Wil
son. I tilted Males tti,im.y for tin. District
of Columbia, conferred this morning wiih
v!!i,Vu ,,,"l,,,'"")'"r "nl, .'lilriiiHii I'ujo
I cllit I V n to the piosociiil,,,, ,,f (,.ri. (;
Henry, a No oik broker ulm U.s lined iu
tosiify beroro the moi.ov trust commiiieo
llio e.i-e was laken holme tlie d, ihl ,nrv
iliiiiiiuan I'uio isioininied Him iiu, ,,.,,
can be tried and it iinr.inuabl Mi II,.,
i I"! 1 ea"'s 1 our' 01
Appeals of 1 ho pl.t,,, ( , ,,,
bo peiiccod and mod heron, 1 he cad ,1
the pie.'ii term of . onn l..r,i " ' "
'BRONX MEN INDORSE
' NEW TRANSIT PLANS
I'l'OX i-iulH Olltlilll'll ll I'llllHl'
srvi('t' ('oiiimisiioii Aroiii-c
WANT Ol'l KT ON PAHK HOW1
I'roposcil Two Tier Line for Kl
ov.'i Ifil Striictiirp Too Noisy,
T' f I'.tonx turnril out hrhiii with loy
M.iii'i.lnv io niprovi- tin' plntiM of tho ;
I'nhiir Si iMi-i' Cnnimliion for m-w '
input tranxlt line-, to tin- boroiiKh. Tim i
liPiirtiiKN I'ffoif tin- cotniiiNlon ycxtcr-
il.iv ! on i xl.'llxloti.H nml thllil tliK'UM
for rli'Viltcil llln". A fi'W HllKirt'stloiiM
rp inaili tiv unii'ii ino rnniii' mtvii-h
i'oiiitnlxloii may pi'tf.-i t tin1 rrtlllriiti'S
under which tin- Interboroiigli will build
'and operate tho lines, but on tile whole
'the provisions as outlined were ap-
proved bv tlio speakers with as much
' etil husi.ism us they bestowed on the
liliaftx of contt.ict for now siibvvuvs at
' tlie I eating on Tuesday,
i line of the clauses which tame In for
ititlcism was that which provides for a
double deck structure on Park low
fioin lliookl.vn Itrldge to Chatham
Squato. Albert S. I'.ald. lepresciitlng
'tlio Cltil-elix I'nloll, told tlio collllllls
I Slon that tho Hacks ought to be taken
I off I'atk low entirely in order to ro
il love the now County Coutt House nnd
I other ptoposed public buildings, in the
new rl 10 centre from the noise of ele
j ' Now Is the time for New York to
I rid Itself of the nulsunce on Park row.'
said Mr. Hard. "The noiso of elevated
. ttams, especially if there is to he a
1 doiiblo deck strin lure, would Interfere
I with the hearing of cases In the new
Court House of this county. An nlter
I native plan would bo to construct a
I spur fiom near tlio t'ranklln Square
! Matinn of tho South Perrv extension of
tlie Thlid avenue line and run It up to
near the pre..ent terminal at Iirooklyn
' liridgo bv one of the Sill" stteols "
j I! M Iterm.int. lepresentiiig the lChret
J and Astor estates, protested also against
, the two tl. r line on Par!, row
I Px-State Senators (Joorgo M Sehulz
I and .loxoph P Hennessey told the 00m
' mission that the provisions in the cer
1 nib ate lor the third tracking of the
I Thlld avenue line between lt."itll strec
and P' Ih.itn avenue were not sniiicieiitlv
lexphiit. The clause In iinestlon calls
1 for the beginning of construction
within si.x months of the time when the
company gets consents from property
Mr. Wlllcox asked Julinn T Iiavles,
rnuel for the Manhattan Itailvvay
Company, which owna the elevated
lines now leased to the Interboroiigli.
whether In his opinion the clause In the
I certiorate covered the o,uostlm. Mr.
I Da vies was not very explicit and then
1 utiimlsslnner ("ram asked
"Do jiiu consider the contract
ing for the . xton-dou above
I . ..,, ,n 1. .. .,1. ...
,,,',, . .,-.,,-- ,1 iiiixi.t -I'm. ,
Ing the contract" repll.d Mr Divies 1
"Well I am si,,-,, the company will'
flOt il.i f,IIVHl..l. Iinluu ...a ,.onlp,,., I. '
binding" observed .Mr. i'r.1111.
Mr. Schn'z nnd Mr Heii'i'-ssoy wanted
the clause to bo made mandatory.
Tlie proposal to doiibledeck tlie line
from ind to tilth streets, where It
run.s over a private right of way, came
In .1N0 for objection There was talk
of Injunction proceedings In case the
company tries to carry out this part of
the (otfract. An alternative pLan was
proposed bv which the company -hali
'iil.d a four track elev.ncd line up
Third avenue fi..m the Harlem Klwr
and also to ns,. the now neglected spur
or. Its pr .xen:".nc for a connection with
tho present .-ubway at Westchester and
I!' 1'geti avellllcx.
neorgo Moll, lepresenllng Il.i the
'.inks along the liowcr.v. asked that
the o'owitetl n,.x bo mo . oil into the
contie of the sireet. Ituiinlng as they
do now close to tin. buildings, the nnls..
is so gteat as to Intvrfeie wuh the
tran-action of business.
It was pointed out after tl.e hearing
that the company piolviblv w.II not
agice to any changes in its right of way
because It now has a perpetual fran
chise and that It would be impossible
now to get anything but a limited fran
chl.se, the value of which would not
be mailv so great to the company.
A hearing on third tracking ele
vated lines of the lirooklvn llanM
Transit Company, which was set for'
yesterday afternoon, was a perfunctory'
matter. .Nobody appeared who wanted'
to offer objection to tlio changes 1
At a hearing this morning on 11 It.
T e'evaici extensions the commission I
is prepared 10 receive a big crowd of
A preliminary count of the votes in
the It. II. T. Ocean to Sound ballot was
made at i o'clock last night nnd shows
I lUi.VVj votes In fnvor of the proposition.
ami ii.ii'j. against it. rcach line can
vassed showed a substantial plurality
of voters In favor of tho project, and
the (.Irrenpnlnt voters, who will be most
strongly alfecled, were 1I.0J2 tu C6.1 In
favor of the plan.
The complete results will he shown
to the Public Service Commission this
Ovui I'p to Steallnit a7,Sflf..
PnsTos, Jan 17 Oeorge Hound
pleaded guilty before JudKe Brown In th"
Sutfo'k Superior C1lrnl11.il Court this
morning of the larceny of J27.80S from
ilie ,1 U Whipple Company and was sen
lenieil to State prlsnn for fiom three to
four years. Hounds formetly was book
keeper and paymaster of the. Whipple
WILL BE ON DISPLAY
NEW YORK TRUCK SHOW
ELECTRIC TRUCK EXHIBIT,
Space .16A. Grand Central Palace.
Gasoline Truck Exhibit, Space 5A,
Madison Square Garden.
Come in and pet n new nngle on
motor transportation from the largest
manufacturer of motor propelled ve
hicles in the world,
GCiheral Motors Truck ca
Maktn ofatteline nd Khtctrlt
NEW YORK BRANCH 231 W, 5911) STKEET
I WOMAN HANDCUFFED IN HOME, '
Mr, l,r I otiipto I hit rue lllml. miill
I In tin ml I'm. .Ilili- Witness.
I.dward I,.' i'Mi,p' wif- I '
liim held ti ii I r Imi n few dax in1"
because, n.i sh" alleged. In- struck li-1 1
after a imarii'l In their homo In Ax i
, inrl.i. w as In i mitt ngnm this nun n
hi;. Int this t tun as ii io- 1 1 t wit
iioxs Mrs Compte wax also there j
i They hi' examined In private by ,
Magistrate Miller, i
Some days ii i-o Mr 1." Compto ',
m..i i... i. .. . w..,.. '
in.- i"iniiii " in nil ,,,-,
Waller Peterson, whn fnrniorlv wax In
tin1 fain liy employ as li ohlniffeut- mid
for Wallnrn Worth, who ti said to tin
chiropodist nf Astoria. Peterson I
xponded this morning, but Worth was
tint on tin ml.
Mrs. f.e, Compte alleged that an nt
tempt hail lici'ti maiUi to lilafkniMll
ln-r hy incani of n li-ttr nml a photo
Kraph. Mnelfitrntii MlllT iIIhiiiImhiI
I'l'ti-r.ion. I't-t'TMon rrri'iiil li-tt-r
of rum.nenilntlon from
oinpt". I'-'t-rHon ciilillm ! l, p. .
i-r. lixrnpi Willi I1HU in-fii i in-
Iiml nhvr of tho l-ttT Uwmm win
..... ..i...- .. . u iim...
I ,,, 2 ,.n,... in..
t i, pai, 1 1 i t
wtiii I'oifrxon nun
Mt I.n I'oinptK
Mimfil to till- a criminal romplalnt
against some one who she claluu
Intruded himself Into her home.
e..-M n 1 1 n iiiiini le-i
11 has lieeti said that tw o men went
1 to the l.e Coninto home, anil w nv
' letter and a photograph at Mrs. 1.'
I Compte and that one of them snapped
1 handcuffs nn her wrists when she
sought to eject him.
JUDGE IS REBUKED
BY APPEAL COURT
Tu wee tt' Attitude Toward Pri
oiior in Naimark Porjnry
Case Called Sliockini:.
The Appellate Division nf tho Su
premo Court In Hrnoklyn wstonliv
handed down n decision ordering a new
tri.il In the cmso of Max- Naimark, .1
.sweater manufacturer, who wax con- !
vlcted of perjury soveial months ngo 1
In the County Court and sentenced to,
from live to ten wars Imprisonment
In Sing Sing by Judge Lewis I. Paw- j
In the opinion, vvtltteti by Justice'
Woodward. In which all his associates'
with the exception of Justice P.urr con-
cur a vere rebuke Is inlmlnl.x'ered to'
.Itnli-o l.nlM...M f,.e l.ts ... I,l,..l oroln.U, o I
I against N'.ilmatk ax levelled bv his to. I
marks when imposing sontonw. Th.x I
I Is xirt of w hat Judge Pawcett said.
I 'th.x case has boon before tin for three
weeks, from the verv moment of his arrest
He was arraigned before rne ,.
knew jut what to expect, ir ho Insisted on
going into the f.ibrn atlnri nf lies and perjurv
Introduced here 1 ii to this
man before ho wont to trial through his
emuiM.i end asxnei.ito coiirMot. tint i,i- -Ing
admitted his gmli in this n-e. if
lie persisted In going to mil nnd Irving
fun her 10 (is ei w this r 4.111 1 and t he mrv in
h" would get the full lin.it
I said, "If lie wi-hisl to take a
. case, 1 wou'd give him a verv
j I'le'l III Ibis
I "sin semen
I named l ,n this would
lie lull, despite lhal fad, ho lllMsled on
going 10 trial, believing he might deieive
ih" jury and (his 1 ourt iv 11 h the I1111I1
daring perjiuy that was miroihicisl m 1 1 , 1
case He went on, well knowing that if he
wete convicted ho would get tlio full hin.t
of sentenie I oiinsel pleaded with him
11" said no lie would take hi 1 hum e ,.
has taken his chance
After ciuottng Judge ravvectt's re
marks Justice Woodward says:
( learlv. bad the leirnod trial .linli'e been
proposed for a inror, he would have been
di'iialltod by his attitude tmiard Hie
prisoner, who was presumed under the law
to bo innocent, and while 11 1, true ih.v ,,
substantial legal ci ror appears in the trnl.
so lar as the record discloses 1, unpox.iiiio
111 a printed record in r. produi o ihc atmos.
phere of the 1 ourt loom, or 10 lake m 1 mini
of tho-o aits oil the p, ol i ,le.illdl ed
Judge whu h aic Ilk eh lo u Hr the del. 1 .
munition id iiueslions of r.i, 1 iiolc, a
Mioei. an evi laiu.ilion. .11, inlleition f ,',
voice in giving a ruliiig, light .md propel in
itself, laav be far preiuda ml to the
rights of iho defendant ih,, 1I.,,U,I,
erroneous ruling, and the i.lei f a onlj..
presiding at a trial. ioninoit,., n advanie
lo the theory of the ileleiid.ini s nuill. and
10 a determination 10 administ,. put.ish
nieiit up lo Hie full huiii of ih law, , (,..
strin liv e lo lhal emu opium ()f m.h. ,' h'oh
pictures her wuh blinded eves, and i s i,.
ing 10 our sense of judicial fairne
FOUR HURT BY DERRICK'S FALL.
Xvtn Workmen Injured
lo It ft 1 1 .1 1 .1 l:
weio soriom.lv m.
lured when a Her on rh,. ,,,f ,, a
building at 13X-IH West Ninetieth
street gave wa.v yesterday afternoon
and a steel derilck 1 rushed 10 the foiuth
Moor. Tlie men. who vvcie at work on
the fourth floor, wete struck bv Hying
planks and spllnlets. Two of them 10.
ceiveii internal injuries and will
So great was the Impact of the fall
ing domck that an lion '-011111111 which
supported the floor at that point was
snapped in two. The foremen in chnrge
and others who witnessed the accident
..vii- ...ro-i 1 .. too 1 iiiim 11 s 1 1 e e 1 sra
Hon and questioned hy Cant. Matthew
McKeon and Assistant Superintendent
of Buildings ('. N Millet No arrests
were made, tint a thorough examination
of the building will bo made to-day to
tlx- tlie blame for the accident.
The Injured men are Andrew Athey.
I'll years old, of 07 Amsterdam avenue,
internal injuries and both arms frac
tured; fiustave Jnluskl, "f, yenrs old,
of 6 2 4 Hast 110th street. Internal In
juries ami lacerations of the head, and
l.udwlg Bongle, 32 years old, nnd Mar
tin Barrow, 50 years, old, both of 330
KaHt 121st street, cuts and contusions,
They were taken to the Polyclinic Hos
pltal, MISS STREAMER WON'T TELL.
Antlmr nf TOO l.etlera in One .Man
rtrfaart In lie Nprclflr.
Miss Mary Streamer, the Stapletnn,
Stalen Island, school teacher who was
summoned tn court enterdny at the In
stance of Dr. Henry (loodvvln, also of
Stnpletnn, to tell why she hud vvtltten I1I111
about seven bundled letters lu three jeais,
was not Inclined to pay any attention tu
the summons It was not until Magistrate
Marsh nf the New Bllghlon put Ice court
had 0110 of his clerks telephone to her at
tier school that she obeyed the summons
Miss Streamer admitted to tlm .Magii
trote thut she. vvioln tlie Kdiets to Dr.
(Inndwln, hut said she "had a good reason
for doing It." She would not till what tho
1 canon wuh
"I will explain at the pinper lime and
tn the pinper persons. I did toil intend lo
lo Pi linndwln any bndilv haiin, ' said
Tler pmmislnR to Maglsttale Minsk
that she would not bother Hie doctor an,
niui '' tv r-xWlnvl until iivn t l-'iiiUy
TAFT'S GOOD WISHES
FOR WILSON REGIME
'I'foiilciif. Thinks Dcniocntlii!
Victory Avcrtcil a Disiistri"
for tlio Country.
j i r.A ns tub pim)(im:ssivi:s
(. clover Club in Pliilatlcl
pliin lit' Hopes ProfrrniniiiP
i .hm.iiiia. .Inn. 17 H"foi.- Hi"
( t-nlKlit PronM.ni Tnft .h-
cliin-M tluit hn Whs imw fulli
'..... u.. .i.iikIi r t. it ii I'hiflri. iih
f i om the
..r .,.. ....,,..t... I., torn th.'
itr.itlon of the
ovt'i' to th'
Amid Hip getu nil applause of the
. . , 1, . 1. .. .1....1... ...1 to..
i " eiai nuniu cii nineis no nei-i.ii. u 010
1 l'iiiii win ior 1110 new iioioioiiiii.o'o .
mid bis bones for Is success. le milted
that III so declaring he
was not unnilnd-
11 1 fill thai a greater calamity than 11 1
Ijomoctatli' victory was averted by this
victim a calamity that would have
been Indicted upon Ilie American Hov
eiiimeiit and people hail the Progres
sive, or thlid paitv. won
The President was followed by flow
Ti tier of Pennsylvania, Joseph J. Can
it 01. former Speaker of the Iloue, nnd
01 hers. Among the gnosis were Senator
pentose. Poslmasier-lJencral Hltchcocii
and several Congressmen,
Pollowing the Clover Club banc,
the President "dropped In. as lie ex
nresed It. on the Joint dinner of tin!
I Poor IMihard and the Phllndelnlllii
M01lu.1l clubs Hai ti of llie.sp dubs had
united the President and lie said lie
Woiod be unable to attend both. ko lie
iv mid accept neither Invitation. There
upon the two clubs combined nnd the
Piesldetit went. Ho made only a short
talk at the second dinner, In which he
prnsiid Pranklln and tils work and the
achievements of medical science.
Speaking befote tile Clover Club Pres.
Ident Tuft said:
"Your president has said that no nn-
tional inlmlnlsiiatlon could I mploto
until its Picsident had received Ills bap-ti.-m
111 Hie Clover ("lull Pel haps It
would have been hotter for me If the
invitation had horn cxiendod carliiu'"
Tills brought forth applause and cries
of You'll 1 om li.uk," and "We still
need vou" The applause wax lenewed
when he smilingly said. ' There is some-
thing about the calm judgment of this 1
city that I appreciate, you seem to
know a good tiling when you see ll."
"It's tathor burdensome for one tn
my position to sing more than one or
two swan snugs," lie sold. He stated
that he appeared here with some '
deprecation, adding that his opinion of 1
national affairs doesn't seem to be1
wor h much.
"As Aniei ican." he said, "we are
hopeful, even though It tie against our
nfihettif judgment, that the recent choice
of the people will redound to tin- good
Of the ColllIIV."
He il. 1 tared th it Presidents and
tin Ir aiiniinlstiatloiix do not make pros,
petite, n't hoiuh tlov may lie blamed
for opposite conditions.
It" llcclutcd Hlilt tile propositailix In
revise lb" tariff so that foreign colu
mella' mav bo Increased, that domestic
Industries may ptosper. that the cost
of living tuny b" reduced and tlie poor
rtiiaiH tpati'd. ate somewhat gigantic,
but he wished tin- Incoming administra
tion the gleatcst sici..ss. He con
"Al. we 1.111 sac povy Ixj It is your
turn, gentlemen, jour 1110 e, and tin
t me for your perform .nee Is nt hand
If vou silcmd. applaud vou. if v.. 11
don 1 .succeed, tlu-n our judgment vvh'
he bolt r than v.nirs. and we shall haw
taken riot the more brilliant and en
tiling pi'li t ivvard the millennium, l.-i
the .slow-r and si.icr pi ogress tow. mi
the good welfare otni happiness of man.
"It would lie will f.r tho Incoming
patty to preen e it
seated to the people
ho said "and not '
Herod Herod "
Hv a rising vote
s position as pre
in the camp.ign."
0 attempt to out -
"10 President was
elected an honorary
nn mbvr of the
PARENTS ACCUSED OF BRUTALITY
Ollleers I'lnil lliclic Mono nml Suf
fering From llnrt".
V 1 lunplniiit . nine in tho 1 I, 1. hen's
soi lei v ve-terdiiv thit a nti-e.ii-o!c
bn!.v had been locked in 1 thiee loom nnatt
meiu In Hie tenement house at 11; I a. 1 nun,
stte.-t slnio eailv In tho in. .nunc nnd that
lis cues weio Lean! all aiound superin
tendent Walsh of i. o society 11 I gnci I
(illlceis t,iiiru-t Mosapp nnd liederick
John-011 10 make an ttivcstie.itinn.
I o bouts bitet the ofilceix reported tha
they had loiuid Die child, I'rodcmk t'ollaitl
loveied wuh cuts ami luiii-es. and In .1
ball starved ooiiili'mn h boy had rlurtv
inn" vvoiiints, inelcding a ri.'i on its id-lit
cheek whu h showed tho 11. ,. mil of leoiji
Hi W I lav et-s ( ,ibb, ceannnnig physician
ol il.e ( Million's soiietc, .jid that it ,
tlie vcoi-st case of eineltv to ,1 child of tha'
ag" that lie had ever known 1'hoy also
lonoiied that tho siet'lalher. I'asoiialo
I'uhartl, a laborer, and tils wife, Olga. th,.
1,-itonis ni tno Huiii. wore oe led no In the
I vvenl v -ski nnd street station on 11
en irgn of cruel! v
j Iho tn ofrloors s-iy thai when lliei
iiril'cd at the toneni'Mii thev found lh.it
l'.isi,iale I'oliaiii, topr,iiier of i hilil
'and his wife Olga, had locked tin- bov u
"io 11 amount md gone , 1 iv lieu the
parenis reinrnod the nlPrers innk then and
I Hi" 1 Ii 1 Id lo the I'hildion s societv I hen
, tlio 1 '1.1 ll and woman wo, e locked up lhev
, 1 I boiiriaigiiPd thismniniiig In tho Harlem
pom O Olifl
I Standard n Alkaline '
Natural 11 Water
I T"cr f Dyspcpsl.
I Hlfih,y M Troubles
I Medicinl ntl
I Qualities jgjgjS Gout
Owin hy end hotili.t nnif thr iirif.
BABY'S FIRST DAY STRENUOUS.
KlrUrd Onl nf n I'nulPhnnril Bn l
Hn Pln.iInK In Vnpnnt lot.
."mull hoyn pliiylnu In n lot at Inn'
InRton (trfot nml Hamilton nvonno,
llrnolilyn, yr.itirlay innrrilnc, Ulrln'l
oprn n pnHtebouril box nml Hi'' I'o.ly of
.i hoy baby rolled to the (rrouml,
Drtcctlvcs from tlio Ilntnllton HVfnii"
tatlon cri' nt the sccm In n f''.v
inlniiti-.x, ami they worn conn JoIiumI by
Atnbulanci' SurKooti .Schumann from thn
l,onr llanil CnllrK" lloipltal. All cup
poHod that tin baby wan tlr.nl. I. n
taken to the pnllcp ctatliin. where t'-KUK
of llfp wore notli'i'il. Or .chiimann ami
DftHCtlvf-i Mailt mil! MnnnltiB follovvril
iirh nthrr in brenthlliK nlr Intj tin
lungiH of thn baby nml soon Its lironth
rump In a normal niunnrr. It whh bur-
' rlfd to tlio hospital. Tlu ilnctor .alil
1 it wan not morn than a .lay old, but
would pull throiifih all rlKht In split' of
Its rotlsh first day In thn world.
CLOTHESPIN COST WOMAN'S LIFE
sllppr.l nn II nml IV 1 1 Three Mnrlcs
I'ATKr.sox, N. .1 . .I.in 17 wooden
clothespin she dropped
on the roof of
alio was hanging out
afternoon, caused th"
l.lo'.tl, r Mm tlonrv Howies of 13
Slipping on th pin, Mrs. Bowles fell
over the edge of the roof. She. grabbed
tho clothesline, but It liroko and she
fell three stories Into the courtyard,
where she was found with her skull
fractured. She was still holding to the
She died In the Genera' Hoxplta'
1 DOCTOR GUARDS CURE
Patients 'Fronted Only Cnder
His Direction, l'riediiiiinn
Wv.xhis'uton, .Ian. 17. The Senate re
ceived to-day the full report inadn to
the Secretary of State by A. W. Thack
ara, American Consul-Oencrnl at Berlin,
on Dr. J- rieciniann now ircHiinooi 101
tuberculosis. Tbe report was made In
response to n resolution passed by the
Dr. Frledmann of Berlin announced
llilx discovery In a lecture November ''
last before the Berlin Medical Society
lie explained that ttie treatment con
sists In Injection of 11 solution prepared
I liy 111 til . which he claims contains llv
I Ing non-virulent bacilli taken from cold
blooded imlmals In contradistinction to
the vjriilent organisms tn Koch's tuber
I culosls remedies.
j Ttie Consiil.fleneral reports, that the
, discussion among Berlin physicians fol
lowing tlie lecture disclosed some In-
'credulity and surprise nt the result
'claimed for the new cure. A few pliysl-
clans contended Hint Dr l-'rledmunn's.
, discovery had not resulted In any more
li'ures than hail Koch's. The Beilln phy
sicians wete not yet ready to concede.
I the icMiltM claimed for the new treat
J "Thev will not acknowledge them till
1 facilities have been offered to tlie phy
Jsicians lo observe tho effects of the
preparation under their own nitmlnlstrn- '
lion." says Mr. Tliackara, "and then
onlv after a sulflclent time has elapsed.
to deteimlne whether tlie cures or In--stances
of amelioration nre permanent,
owing to the comparatively short period
which lias elapsed since the new treat
ment was tried fears have been ex
pressed lest the nnn-vlrulont organisms'
when injected into the tinman system,
may not bomme virulent and cause 1
an outbreak of tlie disease"
Tile Conxul-detieral applied lo Dr
l-'rledmann lor Infoimation. and the
Berlin doctor leplled:
"My lomedy fur the lime being has
not yet been given to any one. For the
piesent patients will tie treated only
under in.v personal direction, I am unable
to say j,,--' jei how soon my remedy
will be available o, America. l is 1...'
j possible to give an estimate of length
I of time necossary for treatment without
examination. Where cases are not too
far advanced the treatment usually
covers a petlod of several weeks"
l'i l fur I oiiiinliioe for Siillltm,,
former Corporation Counsel William It
Klllson, who obtained the otder commit-'
ting Congressman Timntliy p. Sulivan tn
a sanitarium at the lequest of his rela
lives, said vesterday that a petition fori
the appointment of a committee f ,.. I
gtesMiian Sullivan's petsnn and pinnertv
will lie made Monday 1 '
Mi. Blllsun said he will then file nm. !
davits showing the value f t.(. 1 ,,,..
tn. in .i....-ii. .11,11 win unn bo ahl
i..- ,,u. in.- i.n-1. concerning m
The Automobile Show
handsomely illustrated section ot
published on January 19th,
will contain news and editorial
matter of absorbing interest.
Madison Square Garden
Grand Central Palace
ALL LEADING MAKERS WILL BE REPRESENTED IN
THE SUN ADVERTISING COLUMNS
Watched or Not.
When you employ us,
and have settled on the de
sign, materials, const ruction
and cost of your new build
ing, you can make daily in
spection of the operation
or ro to Europe. Watched
or not, we have only one way
of carrying out a contract.
Out e,"7"Ai ItpggionSlrtilt Ccnlratl
SUiintJ of lluilJlng," cn rcUTUfjI.
7 KAST 41th ST.. NI'.W YORK CITY
nOSTON M-W HAVEN CIIICAOO
ICE FAMINE IN SIGHT
Warmest Winter Hcrcaliniit
Since the Keiiiarkahli'
"Winter of l7:i.
"11110 may bo pardoned foi ', ,
about the weather to-dny." sa d a r
man In 11 blue and while striped wh xi
coat nt Z o'clock yesterday allernoon.
At Ti o'clock ho wan sc-lieduli d for a
turkey trot lesson. When he spca,,
Weather .Sharp Scarr's thermometer ci
the top of the Whitehall llullililig 11
ways swept hy a breeze no matter h. u
insign. Meant, registered f.'.i degrees ,onl
tliero nro no records since 1 ST 1 to slum
that there has been a .lanuaty 17 a
warm an yesterday.
And all over town the Iceman and '1
householder were talking about w
I the price of Ice may bo next sumim
I If the Hudson Illver doesn't fieez
lit doesn't get (older III New Kncliui
and no Ice Is harvested, nnd the an
llclal Iceman cant turn out enough
for the community, which Is just .hi,
he can't do.
Mime sugni conuort came irom tin.
Iceman, who said that there was si
time o harvest Ice If thn weather vv
only oblige. Hut Hie discouraged house
holder pointed out Hint the Hud'on
Kiv-er is open lo navigation to Albanv
Only once at this time of the year lias
tills happened before since 143, when
the records were first taken. In lx"j
Hie Ice didn't close the river to naviga
tion until January 3n.
The Ice situation wns discussed rwt
seriously. William N. Bavler. vice,
prcldent nf the Knickerbocker Ire
Company, which succeeded the Amu
lean Ice Company, expressed the. hop
that there would ho enough cm
weather yet lo produce u good si.
Ice crop. (If course, If there In no I.
crop In this vicinity the consumer ma.
expect an increase In tlie price. Y s
terday It was $2 u ton, which wn t
price a year ago. None of the Icemr 1
would venture an opinion as lo wlin
an Increase in price might be expected
It all depended upon what tho weather
would do, they said
The Ice companies are now sellinc
artillclnl Ice and old Ice from Inst years
crop. The supply of old Ice Is im'
great, certainly not enough to carry tlv
Ice companies through the summer
"So fnr this year," said Mr. Baxter
"there has been no Ice on the Hudson
very little .11 Maine nnd some in t'-e
Pncono allc It takes from .p.e
month to two months to make and liar
vest nn Ice crop."
The Hudson ttlver ice crop averac-s
' about 3.D00.000 tons, which Is just nor. ,
enough, with the artificial Ice supp'
go around In Manhattan and Brum, n
.Maine Ico costs moro because of trie
portation. At a pinch wo might
i Ice fiom Canada, which would Jump '
The Hudson I liver was open
year until January 3, when thete .1 .
two weeks of zero eat ner, 111. d 1
about eight weeks there was onlv w
1 day of thaw.
' It was estimated yesterday tha' i'.
'artificial Ice plnntn can tarn 1 .
l.iHiiljtnns n day, hut In the i.h
weather more than ten times ' a
I amount hardly supplies the demand.
I Taft llrrnk Another Precedent
WslllSilTiis Jan. 17 I'rexlileti '' "
will tireak another pnieileni if he f t.
a pintnlse made to Senator !nnt to d..
attend tlio Senate sexslon which e
lb Voted lo eulogies 111 lliemoi V of " .
Vice-President Sheimi In
no President has alliuiled a me.
the upper hou-e, although foni - .
Tnft was sworn Into nlllco 111 th. "
l iw -