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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair to-day and to-morrow; warmer to-night
and to-morrow; moderate variable wind.
Detailed weather reoorti will be found on page 17.
NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, .JANUARY 22, 1913. "Go,)!H,af, 1M3. b Ihr Sim l'rinttnp ami PubH,Ma Association,
PRICE TWO CENTS.
(inwriinr Tells Doltaiiou to
1 1 liny the Accopltmco
Ill l,s FROM IIKAKST
I. Tnlil illcox's Successor
Will He Test for Future
- If I i:M W A "St'A I'KtiUA T"
IVeiitive J I tp Is Tlmt Plan
Will Hi- Put Tlimugli Ne
foiv I'eliiiiiiry 1.
iti- Inn 21 Two comment-, of
fe" t-niurlit servo to Indicate
' prr. n' situation of t lie subway
i -'"ii "n the i:oititlvo Chamber
n; -n a delegation of the Itroott
' i si Assnclntlon which visited
hiei ' "rgo retention of William
W intll the subvvav contracts
vlctc .gticd. the Governor sharply crltl
d ! t'.o contracts themselves and then
vnl the visitors to go hack to the cliv
al l e their efforts to get the present
P';h'le Service Commission to sign them
i.f. re Icbrtiury 1, when Mr Williux's
If rin t ,ros.
Tu ti in nnnectlon with the visit or'
can-rioi ,1 Shearn, ivho brought what i
iime-int.il to an ultimatum fnun W it
ilen-st regarding the appointment uf
Mr W-.icx's successor, Gov. Sulzer's j
re .irks were generally accepte.l as tri-
(il'iit.!. an earnest desire that tin;
' le a!T,dr sh.mld be settled up h,
a fi.sl n as to savo him from the neces-
!';. .f halm; to face the problem of
atrnln'luff a commissioner at .Mr
Ifcnrft s dictation who would ote
i'ainst th contracts or else of hruWnr
M"- Hearst's only diplomatically veiled
reats and permitting Commissioner
W ,i(; to hold over until the lotitracts
H the contracts are Mmied hefme
'hnitiry 1 Gov. Sulzer will be able to
ikneunco them, to denounce the com-t".-,-i.
u which hlmied them ami to up
i' a man who would hae been op-
i ioil them had he been named In
vo'e on them. tn the ottier 1
wlll not have to acCHin the re-
' n i 'i for the di'slt tiction of the
u'rii. i- .aid the postponement of rapid
n ' In New Yolk. j
mmlision faiU to lane tin?
u r s hint and conclude its task i
' I be possible for the Senate
rr the destruction of the on- The neitolljtiuiis for the c.wer
i - .re. at the same time sae the ! Chines- loan are not oft', as cable de-
' ice with Mr. ll.arsi hv re. , ."patcht s from IVkln published Tii's
- . ...ntlrm the nomination he,'1-'' !ini1 1(. "ntl ' Im b'
Senate, either tempoiarllv American uroup bankers that they un-
llut this means ttvit .
f In the Senate
the sViniH will be
n attack (mm Mr
.p..nents of the contract"
i a considerable amount
and trouble will re
ill I be avoided for every
' . ii Srrvlce ('oriimlHHion '
1 Its elf,,! ts a Uttt-
' M' Sle.un Slljlplie.l the-
e it of Mie mtiiatlnn.
-'.i. I Mr. Hearst s hat :
What he actuailv lohl '
v,.s that the Public Scr
.n (ontracts wete against I ,
.. ..v -ii.it Mr. He..r.st opposed , s (lul ,f Iiayni(.nU .e , h m.l(It, to
- i a., ,.r prlnelpe and that ; ,.hini, a,hilI.,.s ,., the bank, rs are
- - ..wo piMiestatloiis f .1,- , n,.,,.,,n ,t ls ,.,,. tlml it u
i.oe of the 'iiiepio . el that airanneinents will he made
s .1 in ,v Imperative fr him. , mt .,,,. ,.,.,, , n ,.xUnt
. ..i.s.stent. to t ike a stand ,.,, ll(lv.in,.,. loan
"" '" i'l'point a mils- The Anifrlcan kioup. It ! understood.
. w.aii.l opp..s,. th-ni and iw(.oiild lluaiice Its shaie of the loan at
.-mnissloner Wlllros's reten- , ln t.. ThoUe-h in an uilv.mco loan
" e a minute after h.s term ' China nrraiiKements miKlit ! made
! whereby American bankers iuIkIii Indl
v - ..uu foiai.il p.nt of ,V take up parr of the obligations
.ii. tiu n. When h- left f iin.- members of the kioup, it Is
. -ii. re could be no mNi.ike 1 thought that In any advance made a.l
.v.-Chamher over the fact j the J'owcis will Mure n, their uuul
II. list Had sent word that the capacity.
" Governor this matter. The po..siiuv ,,f China Boim; outside
. ii'. il as the test of whether i the ni I'ower hankers for Its money nt
i .olii.iiil.stratlon was to have j this time is not considered likely. lt s
. ii ..f Mr Hearst and his pa- , held that tho Chinese are not apt to
' .r G,.v. Stib.cr's cjmpali;n , turn attain to the Crisp "roup, as It Is
i..ii.i'i..ii was to be similarly l considered that they had to pay dearly
I and Gov. Silver's WhlU for the abrogation by the Ulrch Crisp
iu..'ions em ouraKed. There U ' croup of Article U of their contract,
i.u-t.ike in the Gov i rnor'.s mind J which nave these hankers a monopoly of
ternatne which he facrs. for all Chinese loaiiH until September, 1911.
tl .. r-l he will he the "Krielld of i
' or the "Tool of the inter-, APTTT.T.T-.PV TT.JM P AM5'PTT.T.ATl
f j as he meets this iri"
' not appear that .Mr. Shearn
'I tiy c.indldates. Hut he did
pi i f. etly clear that Mr. Hearst
J'-hn I'urroy Mltchel ns the man
..... .......... i. ....... i .. ....
-in ,n u iurn on v cii'iiioiiihi itu'u
r llttiess for the position, and
'-. Ile.ir.sl expects that some one
line point of view and sympa-
-1 he chosen If the. Governor Is
' situation squarely and sat-
'iindaiilu that lie must satlsf
f.. us tho champion of the com
"pie. who are threatened by tho
- ' 'i.itlon.
whole situation at the moment
ins :.i he described In the Gov-
"ii cimniontK. No onn vantn
. 1 1 (ontracts, hut no onn wunu
ii- .in, responsibility for provolt
'b.itst attack, and tho pres.suro
I'.ihic Service Commission to
li lii-roie 1'ehrtiary 1 Is koIiik to
(otitiacts ate rotten- pass them
the fui-hion In which every una
boil, ways ut llie present mo-
ml tr.vig ,0 avoid getting ton
l ubhc Service Commission falls!
ip the alfalr before February 1
iiablv be incumbent upon the
' ik to play tin- pint of tho
.tanner for the local bellel' Is
I'cluociatlc organisation will if
Confirmed on Third rage.
REPORT MARY GARDEN ENGAGED
ll.iMini 1 1 cur Mie I. writ inn. I
Vlitreou, llr tone.
Ili.rits. .hill. 21 Idpotts in. , in i rut
Ml grand opera circles In. ti' tlmt Vnniii
Mnrcntix. Ii.iryliuii. of the Muslim tlporu
(iIUpllll. IX engaged to In- married to
.mss .iary Garden, tin. prima iliuuiii.
.Mutcoiix admits In- is engaged In an
Atnei lean singer It was because of
.their too lltctul liiti. iii.ut0,i f err.
tnlu sci'iii. In "l.a Toscn" during :i per
fiilllinitce bete hi December tlmt n
! warning was sent to tin- opera house
ii .Mayor ! llzgeruld.
It will lie leiuemliereil tlmt Miss Gar
den protested 111 Chicago lo.onily b.-eaiisi-
the Chicago npein management
would not semi to Hoston for M.ucotix
to slm; "To.-ra" with her
Murcoiix this afternoon declined to
deny or confirm the repot t that he Is
engaged to Miss Guidon. When asked
If he was engaged the Imrytono tcpllod:
"It Is true that I am pnii'tleally en
gaged to an American singer"
"Well, is sho Miss Gulden'.'"
Thereupon Marrou I ame some
what mysteiloiis. Hut he (i say
"An artist's life s Impossible fur ninr
li.igo unless both ate artists "
ClIICAIlil. .full. !M "Wliiif
; nml 1 engiisvii? perfectly ridiculous'"
MM Mary Harden to-night when told
1 of tho report from Kenton. "We ale
, -simply friends. Absolutely nothing to
the report at all. Who could have
I started such .1 story as ihnt anyway?
I Why, he's engaged to a woman In I Jos.
I ton I do not Know her name .mil
I would not tell If I did "
;;'iCHINA BREAKS WITH
SIX POWER GROUP
Hi" Fiutiiit'ii'rs in How. 1 Lon
don Itcpoi't I it'll i'l in
l.d.s'bON, Jan. 22. The IVkln imir
spelidont uf, the iii .W.nl sas the
dissolution of the sK I'ower Ulolip ut
tlnancleis Is imminent wwlni; to Intel -
lint i1Imm..i1 vt. tliM in (li:it li.i.iv ft rial Ihil
cims(.,1U(.nt1y nima I(l (t , le.ul.
a loim with a new ltoiiu
Tills has nlle.nl b.'.'ti done The
mini half of Itlrch I'tlsp's loan of
U.uU.OuO has be.u i.im.'lbd and .Mr.
Crisp will rece.. $7."iii.ouo coniien-.i-t
loll, whli.li will he dediict'd from the
last Iustalmiut to be paid i.i I'liluu on
The Chinese necouutots nnisaler the
compensation evtesslve. but It i ial
culatol to mver all of llle obllKatliiliH
of Mr. Crisp and his intermediates.
The Mornini; I'ost sns It undei stand"
tli.at js souu as the loan negotiations
are concluded Dr. Sun Vat-s-n, tio- tlrst
1 ri1 '"lonat 1 'resident of th Chinese Ile-
public, will come h.Te utali-r the uu
thorlty of the i hlnese liovei nmeiit to
'place befoie vei tain tlnancial Kroups a
I ailw a s
of Inip.nlant ioiues-lotis .r
and mine. Tint.iblv a blu ra 1 1 -rpne.
"""'"no "l' mauer is proiires-unn
iJMiraiiiy anil win ue oairieu tnroiiKii
The Chinese Government W at jires
ent ."orelv pressed for money and need"
at least i3.",V0v.iiUU within ten dajs to
illscharue Its obligations, parllcularlv In
, hack pay due tliL. urin. It Is under
. stood that the Balkan war trouble has
In a measure tlnaiulaliy lied the hands
oine of the Kuropean member.-, of
j me six j-ower f;roup, so wiai iney ieei
ilia' an imuieui.iie advance in a i.iiKe
amount of moiie to t htn.i would lie
, illciiin eillellt.
The prceiu time i" not cuimdeied d-
. ......I ti. Inl.it. ..lit tti. L.iio llklf
I'm. of s lliirara Mltehril In Mill
lln (inn Killed.
ee teams of horses hitched to n
Ktin manned by Second llattcty
bolted from the nrnioty pates at
sixth street last evening and
turned tnwaid Columbus avenue. lJach
of the teams had a rldr.
At ColiimhuR aventie and Sixty-sixth
Micet the rear team swerved, ran
i (n-'iilnst an elevated railroad pillar and
1 fell Private Pnskovv, the rider, leaped
: an instant before the crash, and was
' not Injured. Iloth hotses had to be
I The two other teams broke fiom their
I haruesK'S and ran a short distance be
i fore they vvero Ktopp-d by policemen.
! The riders escaped harm.
INTERB0R0UGH LOSES TAX CASE.
CnrlinrHlo FmnchUea Subject in
Hinlr rsiueiit, Court llnlila,
, , ,, , , , ,
Aijianv. Jan. 21.-yn or n dec Mon of
'' ( m'rt 'f Appeals to-day the cor-
, poratn franchises of the Interborough
V"1"'1 TriTU Commn' nru ",,bJt '
Tim tax on the Interhorntigh's prop,
erty under this ruling amounts to ap
proximately $3,"iO,oon a your and It has
not been paid slnco ISO".
ANtiO.HTl'ltA HI1THBSJ world' famous
tonic, deltcloui tUvortar, til deiterti. Ait.
MORSE HAS EYES ON '
I I.oikIihi Lnwyer. With oviiii
i Commission. Kiiinines I'i- j
, mineier in (Mil Suit.
WAS IX ITALY (IN JAN. !l
K-I!.iiilicr Says Ho Went to Kit
rope nu lli'isine.ss nml Not
for His Heiilth.
T. sliuioii.v Mlven hv Chat li s W.
Morse at the New Kursaal Hotel,
Itapallo, Italy, on January last, in
which he admits that he is not finan
cially responsible nt present and that
he Hiinsest. d recently to his attorney
that his credltois put him through
bankruptcy, was ll'.ed In the i-ounty
Clerk's office yestetday. The t. stimony
also shows that Mr. Morse went to
Kurope on business and not for his
health, ns ha been Intimated.
Mr Motse teMlliid hefole A. I.olnue
Whatelv. a London lawver who was
appoitueil i(ininii"."liinir hv Supreme
Court Justice New burger to examine
the foimer hanker In a suit brought
llV Abel I Culver, fot mer plesldetlt of
tue Hudson Navigation Company,
against Peter M.Carthv of Troy, one
of the heavy stockholders of the com
p.inv Culver a"k" $nil.e.tm f..r serv
ices in assisting .Mors.- ami MiC.iitliy
to tegam control of the Hudson Naviga
tion Company uftcr the panic of I'.niT
The c,ii. ha" I n readv f..r tilal for
two .veal-, but li is been d laved
through the inability of Mci'.ulhy to
obtain .Morses testimony. whUh he
contended would prove that Culvei has
no cliilm aL'altist him and that it was
undue that the allegul agi.imetr upon
vvhli h Culv.r Is suing vv.i" mule In
the presetiii" of Morse llefole Moim
was released from tlanta Mc( "at thy's
attorney got an ot.ler to eamlne him
thete, hut Moi". health wo.i'.dn : per
mit. When the l.le w.i- about to lie i.ll'.U
for trlul the last nine M.use laid "t.irted
for IJlirupe bet. He he iiillld 1 .
aminnl. .1 us-1 1, e Newhtirger then
issued a loving (ommissjon authotir
lug l.avvver Wlialelv to follow Motse
throiu'h iJutope unt.l he got liN testi
mony. Mot"e testitle.l lll.lt be had no H'Lol-
lection that Culv er had . er perfotmed
any service" or that he had agreed to
pay Culver for anv services. He had
no recollection of any meeting at whUh
the alleged agieement to pjy Culver
was made. When n"ked what was the
largest amount of stock he held in the
Hudson Niivlgat.oti Company he said
the books of the compan.v would show.
If., als . said that tin- book" would hovv
wh. i li.-r McCarthv had lent th. H.iJ
on Navigation Company m..ne in the
e..rs between lSuT and P'O'.i which en
able.! li "to weather the tlnancial and
business ilepl es'loil (luring those
e.n s "
vue-tinii- suhmi'.ieil mi . r.is.. .im
Ination by counsel for Culver were-
l) re ion tlri iin ihI'v rei.niible'' .
i) re l here no- iiu.it.flisl iiulgmeiits
ugnui.r vim in ,'iiiioiuits tn;grei;titiii at least
Sum is. r' o-
IJ lliiv-e vou not reieutlv -uweted to
lour ultornevs that your creditors put toil
tlirouch bankrupt, i ' 1 e
i; Were vou not hiihered and eonvirtisl
01 Hie I oiled State- Il-lril t ( olirt of V'.ll
f.ill v nusiipplviiig the funds of rt liiitiiiu'd
bank and iniikiiiK fnl-e euirie- witli intent
in deieive ami detrntiil tl uinlners. mid
lere VOU not s.Mitettl eil to a term of fifteen
yeir-'' I he lecurds mil slum
When asked If thete were any e
teniiailiig circumstances or facts con
cerning tho above four questions Morse
replied In answer to each
I 1 have not bad time to ".Mile up uiv
afl.ur- owing lo iuipii-oiiineiit mid ill health
.' 'I liete me thri alKiiienln inraiii-t me,
two of which are iming to uiv having guar
nnleed people's a count" Hiid Indorsing
notes, mid are not due to uiv direct liability.
:-..l have never tiled a petit ion In binkriiptey
or so fur taken line leg.il proceedlm..- nloiu;
When asked ,f thete were any e.
teiiuatlng ( i.r( umst.iui s eomctutug his
conviction and Imprisonment Mr.
.Morse referred to the following ques
tions and ansvv. is
y Were not a l.une number of mints
in tie' Indictments ihriniu nut'' The
( In Hit Couit of Aiieiil onlv eontlrmed
fourteen. I lieliev'e, mil ot i ighl v count
li Did vou ever vulliilly misapply the
j lands of iiny bank'' I never did, wll
l lully or otherwise, misapply Hie fund- of
i anv baiili
' (,) Did vou ever make li fai.e eutiy in u
national bunk with intent to deieive' V
I never maile or caused to be made any
, fitl-e entrv on the books of a n.iiional haul,
ito iiiiure the bank or ilef land or deceive
an evaininer lliereol
li Did the transaction sii foiih relalmu
to i In- false entry show it profit to the bunk?
A The profits weie inativ thousands of
li. Is It not a fm t licit nil the acts ichisl
on hv the ( lov el umefil weie done hv Mr.
Curtis, pteslilent of the hank, and were
not matters of your personal kuovi ledge.'
A. I am sure ihai Mr Curl is also never
uilliilly iiii-upplieil any funds or made anv
ful-e entries lo Injure Hie brink or lo deceive
ti. State vi hal action. II iinv, was hv taken
by Mr. Tail, President of Hie I ruled Slates.'
A Mr 'lull iiiuiiuuled uiv sentence to
elpire .Itllllllliy I", l!i2 'I lie I mled Slnle
Court of Appeals In their dcci-iou staled
that It was a ease for Kxecutlv e ( leniency,
which nil, I urn Informed, unprecedented,
RECORD MURDER CONVICTION.
Xegro Sen lenced Seven Hours iftrr
KlllliiK Puller Chief.
Gi'I.itoiit, .Miss., Jan. 21 Seven hours
after ho had killed Police Chief Charles
' Dickey. Percy Newklrk, negro, to-day
was Hied, convicted and sentenced to
he hanged on Friday, February 21,
Chief Dickey waH shot at .1 o'clock
'this morning when hu responded lo an
'appeal for assistance from two of his
iounilsmen. The negro was captured a
few hours later by a posre of severul
At noon ho was Indicted and placed
on trial. Tho Jury returned a verdict
ot guilty In sixty seconds.
SIR EDWARD GREY MAY RESIGN.
Vcllini n, In tllnue mi 1 1 n t
fenl of SHfTrimr Mill,
(ri.l I iihle tlriMlrl, In TlIK Si V
l.o.viios. Jan 22. The Jliiilii
prints the following statement on wli.il
It conslilers high authority In tig, ml to
the i in.' I ul tu.-ti t of Sir I Id wo id Grey to
Hie suffrage hill which would admit
Wiilli.'il and Which Is lo he voted on
"If his sufftage amendment Is de
feated and Sir t'Mvvatd feels that the
decision was not arrived at on the pure
merits of the case and without any
consideration of the danger lo the Gov
ernment, he will feel compelled to vole
against the hill and will leslgn.
"It was on the understanding that no
consideration exi epl that of suffrage
should he allowed to enter Into the
division that Sir IJdwanl agreed to the
colli so adopted b the Cabinet on this
question and Pletnler Asqiuth will
ptobahly make it plain this week that
this was the attitude adopted h.v the
( 'nbliiet on the question "
The suffrage struggle In the House
of Commons Is the only question ser
iously illsciis-ed by the morning paper"
The P.aillcal 7i.li r'ironlcc estimates
that Sir Udivanl Grey's amendment wlh
have a niajolity of about 12 The Itadi
inl Dullii Veil suggests f.u as the
FIND MRS. MANSFIELD
DRUGGED IN VENICE
Xt Ork Vm :i n Weeovers
('oiicioiiiiesN ill I'riMite
,lt,tt l.,lf' '. TlO Si .
i:.H'i:, .lull. 21 Mis. William Maun
Held, the Ameinan w.iiu.in who disap
peared near Su'.o, on Lake Gurda, 111
mirth, t n Italy 11 wi el; ago, was found
here In a mysteiloiis in. inner yet.rila
niotnlug. She was unable to walk and
seemed to be driu-gcii
She was taken In a m nu-i oilsi IuUh
i iiidltlou to a private Jesuit sanitarium,
where she could nut Identlf) herself and
no one could find out who she was
This morning, after a long sleep, Mts
Munslleld had i ('covered stilllclently lo
walk to the police station, where "lie
told the ollii nils whu vile was She ulil
she airlved hete a fortnight ago and
went to the Hotel ( 'aped. lllel'O.
Last Week she went to u pension be
cause It was le-s expensive, and wrote
to Sain fur her liaggjRe. A" bet moiii v
was niat'ly exhausted she deiided to
f 1 lid still cheaper lodgings and walked
about all (lav She was weak and tired
and took u little brandy, which she
thinks was ilmcgcd, as she suddenly be
came 111 and unconscious
She explained that she had come to
Wnlie In the hope that the change,
would benefit her health, as she was
.siifTeilng ft om the etTeits ut an utUck
Mrs. Maiictleid had (Mlv a few franei
left and was ver.v much excited and fa
tigued when she reached the police sta
tion. She said that she expected money
fiom New York. The police were In
clined to suspect tlmt Mis. Mansfield
was mentally deranged, but the Ameri
can Consul succeeded In persuading
them to release her. although he ad
mitted that he thought her mind was
The storv of Mr Manstlcld'n experi
ences Is not complete, and foul play
of some kind is suspected. The polke
and the Consul nr.. reticent on thin
point. It appeals that Mrs. Mansfield
was taken 111 In u small .shop In an un
freqtlentnl street. There Is no known
reason why she should have gone to
such n place
Prof William Manstleld of Columbia
said last night that he didn't believe the
lepoits from Venice that the woman
found there was his wife. He said
that he felt sure Mrs .Mansfield was
"What inn I do'" asked Prof Mans
tleld "Despatches from Italy say that
Ambassador (i'llrleti Is having an Inves
tigation made, und If that's the case
my courts fiom this side of the At
lantic could iiccompliMh nothing."
The last letter received by .Mrs. Mans,
field's husband was written January .S
and he got It January lti. It had been
written from Salo on I.ugo ill Garda,
the place from which the woman ls re
potted to have illsappeaicd, and said
that she was in good health.
Pi of. Mntihlleld explains Illinois of
Mrs, Mansfield's (llsappearam e from
Salo by the fact that It Is her custom
wren travelling to puck and leave a
place at a moment's notice, frequently
doing so without warning to any ac
quaintances she may have made In the
meantime, lie dues not doubt that she
lc't Salo, hut thinks that she depiltte'l
momentarily without word to any one.
".She hud plenty uf money," said the
professor, "and Is quite able to look
after herself In any part of Europe.
1 have no apprehension regarding her
He said that even If he so desired it
would be Impossible for him to leave
New York at this time because there Is
no one nt the university who could
Ituke up his lecture work In his absence.
!.Mrs. Manstleld, he said, Is SO years old
and an artist. She Is spending her tltiiu
travelling over Kurope puisulug her
WOMAN DIES AT DOCTOR'S DOOR,
Succumbs in Heart l)lseHae, foe
Which sh. suukIiI Trent 111 ml.
Airs. Alary A. AIoDermotl of 301 West
1 l.fi2d street went to Hie home of Or
1 George W. Jarm.iu, at a4 West Hev'enty
: sixth street, yesterday afternoon and
i asked if t'ho. physician was in, The
1 maid told her tlm doctor was out and
i ns she turned to leave Airs. AtcDermott
' fell unconscious in thn vestibule,
lleforo Dr. N. K. ilrlll of 48 West
.Seventy-sixth street had nrrlved the
woman hud died. Her body wus. taken
' to tho .Morgue, and Identified through a
I card sho hud In her purse, Her hus
t hand said thut .Mrs. MrDcrmutt suf
' fnred from heart trouble and that she
! hud gone to Dr. Jarmnn for treatment.
AM. "HAST t-OAST" I'OI.MTft ttr.Aciinn
IIV "N. V. FLORIDA Sl-KCIAI.."
Atlantic l oan l.lne, 12:3a noon, 3 other Ltd
Train a Dally, Superior Koadway. ):iB'way,
TO INDICT SIPP'S
(.clion Hnscil on (lie St or v 'I'lint
Xfwpll Passed 8700 to n
lOTIIKIt ATTOKXKYS XA.MKf)
iWliitiniin After Source of Casli
Offered to Keep Hotel
Man A way.
I The ett noi dlnary Oram! July es
llerday took up the accusation hv
George A. Slpp that $700 had been paid
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to him to stay outside .New loth, and
viueil to iiiiiki i.uvv.iru .1. .xcweu, 11
lawver. of 12 llroadwaN. who until ie -
.centl.v has ti presented Slpp. .
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, The Indictment will be Imtid-d up i
Justice GolT some tlm- to-day. In It
the lawyer Is accused of having lo-
kited the penal law leuardlng the
btlberv or piospectve witnesses
Mr. Newell was not at his ...the yes -
. I,.- .ri. 1vlo.11 eiToi-is were
. " "" , . ,' ,, ,:"" K''"'s """ '-'"l 111 11,0 nu,m "'""" putting In his leg. Har Tuesday at the
.made to reach bun A'. K. oicott 1 1 ,,. ., w, ht ,m hs trull. . ., . ,
called on District .vuoin.v Whitman could oveitake him Then they rounded ! r"",rl",t!n '"1,,,r " "r',U J,lml,r'1 1,1 '
and It vva- understood that be was to . !" up and turned him over to the;11 taxlMb yesterday afternoon and mail
's Wwell's counsel .police. a trip to the Ha-t Side to see for him-
"The jury' e.atn'in"d time witnesses ' ''"ilge Hovt. in Imposing the fine, said self If conditions among the girl Wlnion '
ve"teidav. George A. Slpp. .Mr". Slpp
mid their son. J. Howard Slpp. All?'
Slpp was a little apprehensive about
testlfvlng. hut die told Iut Mmv Her
hushaml followt'd lur mi the stand and
her on (ame thlid
lt Is known that ibe l)lliict
toiney i" not nearly so nu m
the persons who aie alleged to have
hinted, lt I" possible that some of thoe
who passed the money along to Slpp
were Ignorant of the purpose of tn'
When the Grand Jur.v take- up the
cae again to-day It probably will 1011
1 skier other ion mentioned In the
' tut v told by the Slpp fumllv. The-e
' In. Itide three lawyers, according to te
poll, malting four lawrrs In all vviio
.... i,. ,lw., I in- m ill nil .oil ,.f town
lawyer. Is all.ged to have been the per-
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Slpp. It I- said in his defenie that he i
acted in good faith us agent for a New!
Yoil! lawyer and had no knowledge of i
the purpose, of the payment. ,
No Investigator believe that any of
those whose names have been men-
tinned by Slpp and Ills family as pass, is
of the money had sutllclent interest In
' the case 10 go d vvn In his pocket and
i bring up llie 1T00 ur the $1,000 which
Slpp says was the original amount of
' the fund before $200 of lt remained with
one of Its handlers
1 Airs. Sipp's story, a she lias told lt
for publication, is that she went to Air
Newell's otllie last week to meet her
1 son When she enteted the room, she
said, Howard winked at her This
' aroused her interest. She learned, she
I said, that $1.00(i had been raised to keep
Slpp out of New Vntk and protested
I against the plan. Insisting that Howard
I should sign 110 papers. T he, son assured
. her that he had not done so. N'everthe-
less, she said, she learned that $700 had
bee,, paid to her husband
Airs. Slpp also told of overhearing
telephone conversations a she sat In
the lawyer's office, lnvestigatnt s uro
looking for telephone slips which may
help ro make such testimony com
petent It was understood that the Slpps may
appear before the Grand Jury again
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I witnesses uro expected.
' Infoi mation 011 behalf of Alderman
Cunan regarding1 the charge made
against Air. Curran A a recent hearing
by Policeman Koye was turned over to
the District Attorney yesterday If the
Jury finishes with tho Slpp bribery story
to-day it is expected tlmt Voye's tet.
mony will ! considered next.
It is hoped that within a day or m
' the Grand Jury may take up al"o the
1 caes of police officials whose names
have been mentioned in me testimony
about keeping Slpp out of New York.
Policeman Fox, to whom Slpp said he
paid protection money, was at Police
lleadquarli'is yesterday for his police
trial. Commissioner Walsh learned that
Slpp and liH son were not present and
again adjourned the trial to next Fri
day. There is still doubt whether or not
the witnesses have been silbpirnaed.
The police trial of Policeman Skelly,
accused as a collector by Alary Goode,
which has had several adjournments,
Is now hanging on the finding of a wit
ness. Thut witness is not Alt's Goode,
The Ciitran committee will meet nt 2
o'clock this afternoon In City Hnll. The
programme Is to have more plain clothes
men from the First Inspection district
' on the stand. Inspector Cali.il.'ine, In
I command of that district, probably will
. be the chief witness to-morrow.
! Justice Guff was designated to the ex
traordinary term of the Criminal llraneh
again .vesterday by the Appellate Divi
sion, lie vviii ciius piesiiiB ac least one
mine uioniu over inn court oeiore vviucii
police cases are being tuken.
(COLLEGE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
Xrv. llrHniilxMlliiii tn I'I nil IViirk fur
I the Specially l'.iiilipril.
The Intercollegiate Bureau of Occu-
j pations was Incorporated yesterday
with the approval of Supremo Courl
. Justice Grceiibaum to find work for col -
lege men and women.
The articles of Incorporation say thai
I the particular object is "to investigate
and develop opportunities for men ami
I women and to Increase their efflclonty In
occupations; tn establish n close con-)
neetlon with colleges, especially In od -
vising and Informing undergraduates
concerning occupations, nnd to Insure,
In f. ory way a free, wise cholco of
occupations, In particular to secure oc
cupations for college) and other specially
Among tho incorporators are Alary
Vldft Clark, Anna G. Do Forest, Alary
Van Kleeck, Antoinette Putnam
Cramer. Alaliel I., Slnwart and Helen
Peters Wallace. The organization ! is
-riA. .i nt 1V..1 i-hi-i,, ,i
an office at 38 West Thirty-second
BABY WASHED ASHORE ALIVE.
I lame I'riini WreeLril Slennirr
Wrniiprit In lllnnkrls, !
.sirrio lablt lU'imlrh In Tun Sfs- I
(iroiiro, Jan, at, The most remark-;
able thing about the recent wreck of,
the steamship Veronese. Is that a teli-montha-otd
baby which was. washed
ashoie wrapped in blankets Is alive and
The latest computation Is that there
weie forty-four victims of the wreck.,
These Include three llrst and three sec
ond class passengers, thirty-three Span-;
Mi emigrants and live members of thei
YALE STUDENT FINED $200.
Ilo.i Who II ii nu I'nlae Alarm llul f
tee I'niir llnjs In .In 1 1.
Nkvv ll.vvc.v, Jan 21- lJdmund
Pendleton, a Vale Junior, was lined
"' "M the police court to-day for
turning In a false lire alarm on the night
'. , . ,. r ,,. ,, , v..rklnr bis
iway thlotigh college
lege since the death of'
hls fatnu. who was a mlulstci
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Pendleton told the mutt that he at-
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I home toon a few drinks In a saloon.
When he started on In- came across a
lire alarm box and was about to turn In ;
alarm, but was -cared olT h.v two
.'"' ,t('fl"" t to bis room he
came across another alarm box, broke,
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( 1 ii.- he had refused ball when Yale
.llul. ils and prominent residents had
olTeied to net it. and had remulned In
' Jail for four days.
'ndleton's line was paid by the Rev.
' V' U'' ''',''' I'."'!"'' f On' lwllit Place
.Congregational fhtiieh, and Frank S.
BLOOM IN JERSEY.
oelinnlHlrl I'linls sprlnu I'loiTrri
om Itolilns In llHllliuiirr.
Doioihta Kallmoigan, a pupil tit St.
John's School In lloontoii. N. .1., walked
up the side of the Toill'lie back of lloon
toii yesfrday and found a buttercup
111 full oloom. The plant was dug up
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' ''' I" 'lie school.
Tlie Kev. II. 1!. Wilson, rector of tin
. foliuol. who is a naturalist, was so de-
igbted over llie find that he called up
lm: L "'' declared that his State
nuw ll,,ll'M l'1"' 0ie record for
early spring lloweis.
Hai.timoiib. Jan. 21. -So mnny robins
' "ml "'uemrus are in tuts illy that ap
peals are made for food for them in
case a cold snap comes.
BIG FISH STOPS A STEAMSHIP.
Wnnl I. lure Mnil 1
1 Ini'L Kvtmj
Steamships of the Ward I, Inn fleet
have entered a conipetUlouj, nppar
ently, as hnpalers of big sea creatures.
The Havana tecently spitted a shark
on her prow off the Florida coast and
had a time getting the monster free,
The Saratoga arrived ye-terday from
Havana with a story, attested hv the
log and ("apt. Aliller and his staff, of
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j " "ff '" lorM
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says this veracious tale, so heavy was
the drag of the fish and Chief Officer
George Demur was lowered over the
bow to dislodge the manatee wlt'h a
boat hook, hut hp could not budge the
Then the Saintosa reversed her en
gines and backed out of the manlier.
GEN. SICKLES'S DEBT UNPAID.
He lmml.. In rlllr Monument
roiuinlaal.in lleMcll I. am Manilla;,
Aliunv, Jan 21 Although Gen.
Sickles, former chairman of the State
.Monument Commission, niomlsed to
1 ,,,,. ,, the remaining deficit In his ai
counts on .Monday, none of the money
! )lns ,r,.n received bv the Atlorne -
1 ijetieral Instead a telegram te.iched
Deputy Attoruej -General Kellogg to
day notifying him that a letter explain
Ing the delay was 111 the mail.
Gen. Slckles's sou has paid off pari of
the original deficit, which amounted to
$2?,000, und oil Deceinbir 20 told Deputy
Attorney-General Kellogg that the re
malnder of the money owed to the State
by Gen. Sickles would soon be forth
coming from the avails of sales of
property In Madrid, owned by Mrs.
A Judgment for $7.!i."i0 was teturned
against Gen. Daniel K. Sickles by a
Jury before Supreme Court Justice
I yesterday In a stilt brought by
Aoi'iist 1 lockscbor The Hiitt whs
11g11st Heckscher. The suit was
based on notes given by Gen. Sickles
for money loaned. It was not de
SUNSHINE DUE TO-DAY.
, ,,,, ,, , W,Pr 'u Onl
Thete will be a glaze, perhaps, on still
waters this morning, but It looked from
a glance at the weather map last night
that the crystal sheet would melt before
midday under tho beams of a modern
There was a faint hint of winter In
j thn air yesterday, the meicury slipping
, down to 3!, or three degrees above freez-
1 lK. It was not the mercurial drop thut
through! the wintry feeling, but the rue-
l northwester, which achieved sixty
1 miles In the morning, and for tho rest
"f tbe duy blew briskly. The near
blizzard Unit hit Chicago did not rome
In tills direction, but whirled on toward
1 the sea, There Is no low pressure, on the
map that has anything in the nature of
a frosty change In it.
The Washington prophets, predict sun
shine for to-day and warmer tempera
ture to-night, with still more summery
air to-morrow, So tho Hudson will still
bo open to navigation for a few day
morn anyhow, thus breaking all record
since ISin, nnd maybe before that.
All llrerfool Farm Kauaasea
are madf nt lh Kami. In Sonthhoro, Maaa. Thflr
,urcfM owing to ihc choice material, and the
1 DCacncsa ana cleanliness ui inc preparation. Asa ,
What He Hears in Two Hours
Makes Him Explode
WILL ASK AN INQI IRY
I Hopes to (Jet a Legislative
Investigation if Pos
sible. n i i i. i ..i.v.i... .
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They're ( riihiii Out Live of
I'll til re .Mothers" Sa n
K-Plesldetlt lioosevelt Instead of
. ami vv rapper maKei s now on smile were
as bad ns he had been told.
He spent nearly two hours anions
the girl .strikers, asking questions, giv
ing advice and collecting names and
j facts to be used in a legislative Inqulrv
which he hopes to bring about.
Col. lioosevelt was piloted by All.'c
.Madeleine C. Doty, secretary of the
Child Welfare Committee of the Pro
gressive Service, which is adulated wll.i
the Colonel's party, and .Miss Gcrtruih
Harnum, an organizer of the Garmcn
Workers Association, .Miss llarnum had
called Alias Doty's attention to courtl-
! thm "'nnk' the girl workers and Alls-
Ooty after Investlgatlnir had asked Col
itousevclt to visit the strikers.
The girls hadn't been told that tli.
Colonel was coming, but they recognized
the thickset, quick moving man who
bustled into the new Henry Street Unit
ut 4 Henry street and gave him ,c
noisy greeting. There were several hun
dred strikers assembled there, mostly
Spanish, Greek and Turkish sirls, who
know no English.
Col. Itoosevelt questioned them through
an Interpreter, but that was slow work,
so ho tried French, and finding fit at
many of tho girls understood him, car
ried on his questioning in that tongue.
Ho sat on u table In tho halt, around
which the girls gathered eagerly to
tell their stories. Most of the girls weie
under 17 years old.
A sixteen-year-old Spanish girl stirred
the Colonel's. Indignation when slifr
told how she worked from 7:30 In the
morning until 8 and .sometimes 9 o'clock
at night to earn from $6 to $7 a week
She said that sho made on the average
thirty-six kimonos u day, for which sh
received four cents each.
Her father was In the hospital. sh
said, und her earnings had to suppoii
her mother and three children betides
'herself. She said that although h.
came here two years ago she had never
had time to learn Kngllsh.
This was a sample of the stories Co)
lioosevelt listened to. He found that
many of the girls had to pay for the
machines at which they worked an-t
were docked in the wases until from
12J to $32 had been paid Into their
I'loiii Henry stu-et Col. Itooievi't
rode to the odd Fellows Hall, at H7
St. Mark's place, where several hun
dred more of the strikers were gathered.
Hete, after llie cheering was over, he
began his rapid flic questioning again
Ksther Holla of 104 Allen street, .1
seventeen-year-old striker who had paid
, f'"' a $112 machine out of her weeklv
, w"'-''' f complained that she and
n,'r companions were cnargeu in icn
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1 glas? for Ice water .while at won.
She said tnat she worked from x In tn
morning until 8 at night. Air I'no...
velt was told by other girls that vvh-o.
they used power machines they worn
charged 2." cents n week.
One girl said that the hie wouldn't b
so bard If she could sing while she
worked, but singing and talking at the
machines were forbidden
A French woman who had tn Join her
husluind In the shopi In otder to keep
a home interested Col. lioosevelt He
talked to her a long time, learning that
when both she and her huslmnd worked
together they were able to earn $10 a
week. They had no time for a family,
After listening 10 more stories of
twelve hour working days and the
heartbreaking weariness that came to
slxteen-yenr-old girls who run foot
power machines Col. lioosevelt ex
claimed. "They're crushing out the lives of fu
He said other things that his com
panions thought mighty interesting, but
they said last night that .Mr, Hoosevelt
had made them promise not to mak
public his wrathful explosions, hut tu
say only that ho would at once ask State
Senator Salant, the only Progressiva
Senator elected here, to take the matter
up at Albany and move for an Investi
gation, When Col, rtoosnvelt comes back to
town on Thursday, It was said, he will
continue his Investigations and may
then have something to say about what
he has Been and heard.
NO FURTHER SETTLEMENT.
1 11 (I e pendent Mannfactnrrra I'ornt
The quick settlement by associated
manufacturers of tho strike of wslst
and dressmakers upset independent
manufacturers yesterday and I bey had
lively meetings, afternoon and evening,
at the Hotel Imperial to consider what
they should do. One speaker told tho
employers 'present that the settlement
between Hie union and llie associated
manufacturers was a framed up affair,
He said he had learned that officer! oJ