OCR Interpretation


The sun. (New York [N.Y.]) 1833-1916, January 23, 1913, Image 1

Image and text provided by The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030272/1913-01-23/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

unf
THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Pair and warmer to--jay ; rain to-morrow;
variable winds, becoming southerly.
Detailed neither rcpor'f will Vie found on pagi! ).
NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1913.- Copiirtyhl, l!'13, lu thr c'ii VfiiMlif? iliiil Puhllthtno Aaurlatlon.
VOL. LXXX.--XO. J 45.
BIG BAM DEALS
OF LAST DECADE
J'nju I'omniilti'c CVts Tallies
HiMuinir TIkim1 dl' l.cinl
ine Institutions.
H'OCk IV I'KW HANDS
I'ir-l Ntitioniil. Natioiiiil City
mihI Hiinmcr Wanks"
Sioi'khulHt'rs.
li l o Kit TNVO lill.l.lONS
Iiim'i iir.'itiii-. Expert in show
I iicK of ( '0111 ii ion lit i
ilenee submit toil.
iv .t .-.. .I.iii. 2" -At (In- inuring
r f' I 'tnimliti'i- in-il.n tables
i rop r "1 hv thr First National ll.ntl, n
.s v -.ii. nri lnliiMliir.il hi nL . i .
i-Ihw u-g i In- extent i.f tin- syndicate n-r-1'il:
of lli.il lli.-litullon nilil Its mill.
iiit', ihr Fusi Seotirllv i 'nitii.iii .
T o t..hl'S ill"" Sot forth 111 llilllil fur
... tl'-t tune (Mi- i stout in vlili-li tin-.
1' -i National li.iuK interest have par
t . -p.T.-iI with ,1. I1. Morgan .v. .'.. the
it :..ti ii I'lty Hank anil ullii-r liiiinriatU
n " Hi J-iIni ttatisuotliiti
uminnlti-i.' ii-nanls thi- a- nti"
most lini(iitatit lAlulilts it has
il. Tlir ItiVi-sllK.itiirs f.tainl iviuly
llu-M' ishtlilis in Miiuirt i.f
iim-titldii that roniiiititiiin no
' th,
i t
t ii ,
-itr ,
"s.-. r nWs In tin- tlolatlMti nf hn; ts
i. s .f pri-rirltii'.s, but that it has l.,.n
.i-pl.n il hy a F.-t' iu of i-i.in r itli.n
an, on? a ilni-n nr mi lai Utnhini;
- (- .mil tlmnclal institiiti..ii
r' r runitnltti'f al.-ii intintlin-iil in v -df
n .- to-l iv u ooniiU't.' list .if tin
m- . Miller "f thi" National City li.nili.
c l .rst N'.itlnnal Hank ami inh. r l.irse
Tin. ,.i 1 In.-tltutliins in New YnrU
T1 . MatisUi - turni.-I-.-il hy th.. l-'r,t
N '.. nl Lank i-iivef tin in rlml tmm
.n-.nv 1. lliOII. in .lami.iry I nf th..
!- ti' yi-iif Tln-y j-hnw th..t th- l-ltt
- i --r.il hank anil th- 1'it.st S.-imity
ii.pii'V havo liartleipatiMl In syiuli-
u' -r iniirtiiitiM in that ici lni nnulv
il -i-urlty 1-mii f accrisatlnK U'.'s.
i.l)tn Thi' pjirtir-ljiatiims of tho I"Ir-t
Kiral lnterosts In this emirnifius
: -lint luivo aK'iesat.-il fSSl.yfjO.uuU.
T'. aKurrnati' "f l.ulli'.i'l lsues In
' - th.- I'ii; Na imii.il lm. takeii
'li that period uiif SI i.o.'..t;T.i.iiOii,
wl'ull t I 'list Natlonal'.s patthl-
. .-.i iiniountcd t" Jl!"- .If'u.yon. The
.-.'.catf of lnilusttl.il iK-aies in svhlrh
- "ink part - Sl'Js.smu.iiijii anil
p.ilti'lpatcil to the ..stent nf $37.-
The uKreyiiti' of ptiMa- cer-
...i .ssae.s in which they took part was
wT'i ..in OOl'. and tin If patlrlpatlolis all
id amounted to $36 I'.lMiOC The a
.'K'.av of State, mitnlrlpal ami (inv-
-nit .-nt M'curltle.s issues with which
.. e M.re roneerned wan JU'lOOu Ouu
r.'l tl.. ir participations nniounteil to
13 ?.'jO vol).
"ne table furnished by the Tir.-t Na
'.itwl Hank people at .th" I'eiitnst of
-.( r-i-ntnittee showed the transaction
'i which the rirst National ItanU had
'n the oriulnal pari'ha.-fr.s. This
it . al.-o showed the hankltn; houses
..d tines that hud been a-so'-iattd with
ti.' in In the isues,
Th" issues which were oi lslnrili pur-
'..Sfd hy tho Kir National mi the
: 'luil fiom 1003 to 1!13 affsrei;ated
:3.d00.000. (J this iirnount the I'lrst
N.Hional alntiR issued $40.47."i.OiiO. They
1'irtlripatud to the extent of ?!j...".00.U00
'h .1. V. Morgan & Co. and the Nu
: nal City Uank: to the extent of 513.-
-Ii'jO with J. I. Morcun A: Co., the
National City Hank and Kuhn, I.oeh
- Co. to tho extent of JG.ouO.OOO with
'suhn. Loeb A Co., alone; to the extent
' Ji'jOO.000 with .1. I'. Morgan Co..
' nir a. Co.. and Kidder. Iv-abody .s- Co.;
' he extent of l."'.O0ll.OH0 with Kidder.
' Andy & Co., and .1. V. Sellpmnn &
' and to the extent of $V0nn.00u with
.t. Weld & Co.
Another table, shows the amount of
unties wnleh publicly were offered
ty the Klrst National Hank In tho ten
'firs from 1D03 to 1 ! 3, either alone or
- injunction with other houses. This
i was the most Inir-rrstlnK of all
the investigators. It Hhowed that
" first National's hank Interest, J.
M'TsTiin .v.- Co. and the National
' Hank had been Interested together
' '.' notation of securities umountlnf;
' ..'I.S.'IS.uijQ; that the First National
i- i.iv and .1. I. Mmpn iV Co. aloti"
I- interested Jointl. ill notations
."iitlnt; t" Stl.'r.o.ouii. that .!. !', Mor
. i A Co,, the National City Hank, l.ee,
-Vinson & t!o. and the l-'lrst National
' i. were Interested together In trans-
ii .'imountuiK to $3U.l!i!.uufi; that
Morgan & Co.. Illalr & Co., Kidder,
I
"Iv ,t Co and the l-'lrst National
wii Interested together to the
' : t of $S,oon,000; that the Hist Na-
mi ami White. Weld Co.. had partlcl-
I to the e.stent of Jj.OOU.OOO, and
' I'. Morgan & Co., the National
li-iiik, Kuhn, I.oeb & Co.. and th
l National Hiyik had been interested
' r in it-sues amounting to Jy.11,-
'At.ihiis introduced in evidoneo gave
fallowing us the eomplete list of
Klinlders in the National City Hank
:n 1.000 or mote ohaies each:
-.1- 11 Arnii.iir 1,000
on W ii'lm r Amur 1,:1
' ILieoii I. ouo
11. -Minor Invi-.iini-nl Cuniiuuiy 1 0i"i
1 li.h.l .Vt. IJoillfe L' SOU
' - S. Kdlrrhllil 1 l.l."-
.Ii T fbirlni r 1.0J0
b, njuinln ll.irt lOjIiiti; l.uijn
f H. II irkm 1,2(0
' .-lm W llurktusH , 1,-,F,
VV, llsiriiiiiin. 1,000
tin. w II iM-nii r l.ar.o
o " lfoivl.inii 1.000
- n I'n. ".H.l
II K11111. It 11. j.tis
r. I'fiilu.ili f. f'i 1.1)0(1
rl. K i:. I. In : I . L; 1 1 T
t..l ;i,20-
VI'ilKlll f'.O-IH
Miiikuii, Ir I nor.
N 'I"iu,, 1,'il I'.'JOU
CoifliiHtii on Hccontl Vagc,
KILLED HUSBAND: ACQUITTED.
Mine. l-utiiliei-Jiiol,
t nut nuni
I'rroil lit I'l-rtii'li
lit llir 'I I-1 it 1 .
'" l.l' ' ,'.. I. .;,(., 'In,- ,, i
',M'' l','l- --'--Mlllo. Lumberjack,
wlf. i.r tin- intitu-r lui-ji-li- inkr mill
uiitont..b,st. iil, ,t n, 1,111,,, ,r
husband l.i.f June t St, Germain when
Ii- hud ilPtiiin,, l(, ,,lVP !, n,
.11 iillll-i by u Jury M n, Vi rsulllc.
Asle in I m-day ,,r t, i-imr.p t
murder.
All Put Is fiumht llt admission i ,ir
cunt, os l,.iiul,..,j, u was known I,.
vi rjlimiv. Tin. ,.mp,iih.v hi the omit
"a" tt'ih lln- Pi-Kunr, t;lm li.nl tmir
ii.il LiiiilM-tjiu'L wli.-n ho.was ,, ,.,r
IM. I'll.ltllc nl,l ,,M, I,!,,, ,,v ,VI...
Inc us ,i ,in .-.tn.iu, r.
I..1111I11 i-.l.irU, ui-ootrinig in I. .-,t.
itl'.ny i.f t...il-,j, I,,,;,,,, nr.. tlN i,.lt,i
working tin i linnlo I ..it r on In- hoi-iinn
Imtiii.lim bicyclist. :in iiiitdiinilill.
in. in iitnl it ilitcrt,,,- ,,t n,p I'niiii-..-
Vtti.-itc.-i ti Antniiii.l.lli- iitii)i;iiiv. wlilt'h
''"'i " "Inn. illy t.. . w v,,rk.
II- got mi th.it lit- tnml,. thru- ami f.mr
"'udii-il tl nilil iitnl uft. -n i mill, .ii
fHHIc .1 .V.-lir. tin- l.ltl.r upploXUIIUtrlv
Hi- wife, who in, it,,,! rlril
mi ill hi humble I,, j.f lip li f
hue, I i inlitiilili-ry work
'I'll.- illt 1 1 r. iK-i- L.-tw. i H i , ,,iiii- i, i
'i' .i divorce, nlitaln, , in ti tin,,, 1,,,,
tin couple l ntltllltn il t.i live together 111
111111.-. i:iiitiniliv I. iimli.Tlui K il. i lil.-il
si pirate altogether fintii his tormi-r
wife ati'l wuit t,i .i Ilium- In s.iim :-r-limtn.
.- In- w.i ii.iiinvitii; ins i-iToi-f
tfnm tin h- hunt, ,i.- -f.- lln-il tM. Fhnls
.. I.lm. Sti,. l,ill,u., linn mi,, (.
lit II .Hill Mil, I ,- tr, ,,ll f.it,, fht .Sin-
il'.l ii. it l.-.ilii- thni th, l.iftt -'ml w'ii
i 'i it, i .-(in-.
lliitlllttK."
At tin- trial
t.tnl,-il l-i Kill
t-li" i Si Lilttlril "Th.it .s
she ilcni, i! that lu- lit
he 1- ttllS-ll.ltt.l In .-......
- - - p.-.....
through ihe poeUety nf bis overcoat she
found a revnlwr and thinking he in
tended to Use II aL'.llnst h,-r -l,, in,, ,
She b'.liet.d there wer.- no nitil cat
trlilf.'cs III the wiapiMi when she tired the
.'cnnd and third -huts. Mrs. Kuniher
jack only sobti. il win n asked if she re
gl tied her Hi t
l'..ct,irs ti-itltled that she w,i fully
ri -pnnslble fur In t nits, bat the jury ai"
HUifed her
ROCKEFELLER MUST
TALK, THOUGH ILL
l'ii.i" tdiiiniltt'p uiiin Villi's to
Tiiltp 'rt'siiniont A ft it lip.
'luiiM'H's IMi'ii.
W.-i,iN-.i,,. .Jan j;- -i), Walter I-.
Chappell of Niw V.,rk. Wlli.ain l:.H.ke.
r" ,r ' Pliy.-liian, uppeari'd b.-foie the
l'nj" investigating co'niuiltte.- to-day
and t'siiit.-d that any attempi ,,n the
t'firt nf thr ei.iiimiitie tn examine Air.
Mt'.i M.f.-llet would i-nilali'-'ir hi hie.
Nnlwithstandltig this u. , ,,ninuti.-.
Ill iMclltlVe se-;,,n ,il.. ill ' nttil l,,
take Mr. liocl,. f.-llei s t.-tlii!.in
It Is understood that the commute.,
dhlded air.'uti hy a ... ,,( 7 to J,
1'iij". tin- i halt man, h. inu th.. only
nii'inlior wlia oipi,s,., ti. it-i,.,-i,., ,.x".
iiiiilniiilon It is tin- mull rstaiuling now
that the loiumlttee will tank.- an eir.ut
to -s. inline Mr. lb., k. tell, r m
Villi. HI-sil,j Hi , h-,.,.
Hr I'linpp.'l! ..I.peaieil bef.iie tl.
eointtiltlee in .;,.in in gr.-at.-r i,.t,,il
Mr. Itoekefeil, i iiuidition. II.. s-ald
hi patient had four i-oiidliioii- of th..
luryns which mad.- it . t .- dat.u.-i.ais
for turn to I., mm.- m n .,i ..i (,, ,ln.
il'tao a sastaiti' d eifou in a.-,. i,s inlt.,
Tlu-si loinlitlons wi-'e lai) :ig,.,-ii spa-ms
id. 'ina of the !arn. In iilnrrhaue
and an irritation tnllnw.ug spi-euh.
Or. I'luipp.-ll t.stillf.l that all the nuis
lics and nefves on the tight side ,,f
the larynx had l-eti teinoM-d und that
the absence of these rendered Air.
Hoekefelh r liable to sulfoi atiou In the
event of excitement. The physician
testified that his patient had had a
hemorrhage of the larynx while nt
Nassau.
"it Is now a very nanow maigln for
his life," said the New York specially.
"Hverythlng has been done that can b-
, done lu operations. He has no further
1 n-eour-ie Ictt If he has another severe
hemorrhage."
Dr. Chappell agreed with the tipnrt
' which the cmimltte.-s physician. Dr.
Charlie W. Iilchardson, had made In re.
; gun I t.i Mr. Rockefeller. Dr. Chappell
pointed out. however, that Dr. I'.h hard
son had n it had an opportunity to oh.
. serve Mr ISockefeller when he was suf
fering from a spasm of the latyiix.
J The appearance of Dr. Chappell ho.,
i fore the cotiimltti e was resented by
( siinin members. Ilepreseniatlve Neeley
of Kansas openly protested when he en
j ti red the committee room and found Mr.
I Knckofeller's physician had been per
I tnltted to go upon thr- stand as a witness
! without his knowledge. Itepresentatlv.
i Neeley and one or two other members
I of the committee feared It would be
construed ns a rellectlon on the commit
i tee's own physician.
i Tile uctloti of the committee In In
t slstlng upon examining Mr. Hockefeller
! Is against the advice of Samuel I'nter-
tnyer, the committee's counsel, There
I Is a probability that .Mr. t'ntermyi-r
may refuse to assume tho responsibility
' of nucstionlng Mr. Hockefeller.
DREAMED WIFE WAS BIGAMIST.
Cl-ellel l.ooUi'il I'p I'nrU llecorilii und
I '011 ml It True, Mr Snj-s,
Charles Orollet, proprietor of u res
taurant, told .Supreme Court Justice
nrlangef yesterday, lu asking to have
bin mnrrlage annulled, that the reason
he suspected tint Ills wife, .lulletto, had
a husband living when he mairinl her
was that he dreamed one night that he
saw her walking In the streets of Paris
arm In arm with another man. When
she saw him she cniim up and said:
"Charles, this Is my husbiinil. I
married him before 1 married you."
drellet testified that although his
wife was sleeping at his side when he
had the dream II impressed him so thai
he had tho records In i'arls searched
and found that she was married lo
Victor Coutnnt In 1fl00, live years before
she mnnieil Orollet. Contain Is still
alive, hu fays.
r.itiur limit si-kino WAir.it,
5oc. l-tr cusv of 0 gins stoppered buttle.--ytt,
TURKEY DECIDES TO I
GIVE UP ADRIANOPLE
I
siililinif Irt! VirluN Itrfort;
1 NVilctl Thrciif of tin
Powt'r.x. I i;nm ok Tin; nvak in sk;ht
Xoirotiiittnns Likely lo 15c Iff-'-iiuit'ti
in l.iiiiiliin
Short ly.
. f.,.. I rvrfr. in tin :i
CossTlSTl.N'ot-i r, .Ian. i'L'.- I'lllc-s
I tin r." Is miiui. lilifnre.-. rn slip between
Mho t-iip and the Up Norailunghl.iti Kf
1 1' mil. ihe Turkish 1'nrelgn Mlnitier.
J will present to Maniuis I'allavli'lnl. the
Austtlati Ambassador and th" dean of
j the diplomatic corps hero, at mlildav to
morrow the l'otte's icply to the demands
, f tb" Powers compl.xlng with th" ad
vice I'lintaliieil In th" Joint not.- of th"
latter lu regard to the surrender of
Ailriiiuople and the Kgcitti Islands.
Tie National Council of the iittmtmn
Kinpire nut at midday at thi pilav at
I i.'lmab.mt.-he. About eight) iinlabbs
ll.ld beell lllltill to tho illlcl.ll lOtlfet-
' elire and tiiiil of tlu in altendeil The
heir apparent, rumors of whose presence
, 111 the b. leaglleti-il town of Allrlallople
caii-nl .iinuem.--tit b.-re. wa present.
, I'rnues Vahid-t-Milln and M.-ilJId were
al-o present with all the numbers of
tin- Cabinet, nunu roils Si naturs. State
' Soon-till les, is-cle.s!,i.lli,il thgtltt.n b s Jlul
former Mlnlsteis.
TluT" were solile notable exceptions
of tho".' imbed to be pre-ent who did
. not attend the council, namely, the
I S.-tiators of the llulgurlan. Servian and
j 1 tiitti.i til.i n races, the Young Turk ex
- Ministers and tho heads of tfl" nun
Moslem religious bodies. Mahmoud
Shek"t and Arlstlrtt I'asha, both for
. mer Young Turk Ministers, had
been invited to bo present us Senators,
tuit Mahmoud. who was formerly Min
ister of War. kept away.
The Sultan received the members of
' the assembly U'forM the convocation of
the council mill then transferred the
.ptesidenoy of that body to Crand Vizier
i Kiamll I'ashu As soon as the council
! had been cnilul to older Klamil Pasha
' foimntly announced tho purpose of the
convocation. He outlined the situation
and said that what the council hud to
. ilecidu wa whether Turkey should de
cide to reject or accept the advice of the
I Powers.
Nuim Pasha, tlio Tuiklfh (Jeneral-l.-slnio
In command of the force? nt
Tchataldjii, told the Assembly he was
ready to take the offensive against the
diemy If funds were supplied. The Min
ister of I-'Inance said It was Impossible
! to do this In view of the threat of the
.withdrawal of HUHnel.il support by tho
Powers if the war Were to be tenewed.
Niirndunghi.in KfT.-tidi. the Minister of
Folelgu Atfalrs, tlirn made a statement
as to the fnieWn r at. mis of he Port..
Il is aul he announ, 'd that Ibissia li.nl
warned the Porte that a lenewal .,f tin
war might compel the Cowrumeiit of
the i 'air to abandon Its nc.itrallty. .
Kiamll Pasha spoke agaln-t the te
liewal of the war. s.iiing tile member
of the Cabin, t l.ivored the acceptance
of the advice nf the Powers In tegatd
to yielding to th" ti rms nf tin- allies
lie then Invited the ni'tub.-is of the
National Council to state their iew-.
No nlle seemed to be Itulined to il i
tniiiii talking. Seiiat .r Arlstai.io n
ni.u ked thai th. Stibium- I'm ie had al.
ways paid de.it lj for ignoring the loiin.
sols ,f t!!e powir and advised the .u.
ceptanie of their advice, l-'oimer Urn ml
' 'i.let- Said Paha spoke In the same
'strain, declaring h,. confidence in the
Cabinet.
Altogether about eight members of
I tin- Council spoke In support of the Oov
. ernnnnt. The opponents of the Cabinet
'-aid nothing. Tho discission wu brief
but grave.
, The decision of the Assembly to ac
cept the advice of the Powers to yield
to the allies and surrender Adrlanoplo
and b'.ive the fate of the .-Kgean Isles
in the hands of the Powers was nltnost
una nlmous.
An otlkial aniioum euiotit Issued this
evening stated that th" Council ap
proved the decision of the iovirtiment
and declared Its confidence in the equity
of the powers, it expressed tho wish to
sie the proposed olfets of help by the
Powers realized effectively in the matter
of tlnutices and other matters, and th"
Council also appealed to tho (ioorn
nietit to make etery effort to Insuro the
I future safety of the country and the
development of Its economic Interests.
, A final Cabinet meeting will be held
i on Thursday before the reply of Turkey
to me rowers is presented to the repre.
srntatlves of the Powers.
LONDON SEES PEACE AHEAD.
Ocllctr PiKTi-rs Will Puree Allies
to Vliiilrrnle I lulnm.
s i w I'ut.lt rcptitci lo Tur. Si.s
I.omiON', .Ian. S3. It is assumed hern
that peace Is assured by the decision of
the Turkish Natlonul Council at Con
stantinople yesterday. Turkey wins
commendation for courage and patriot
ism and Oram! Vizier. Klamil Pasha for
wise statesmanship. The allies are ap
pealed to by the newspapers to display
generosity and concede lo Turkey a fur
ther frontier which would Insuio her
.something of her former Ruropean
possessions and bo a real protection to
Constantinople.
It Is contended thai In view of lac
Porte's acquiescence- in their counsels
the Powers ate likely In check any
further demands by the allies, and In
duce them to be Riitlstled with a fron
tier along the Marltza rtlwr rather
than ono from Hoilostu, on the Mar
mora, to Mldla, on tan Mark Sea, and
not to support any claim for war In
demnity, although whether a claim for
Ihe latter was Intended Is not known.
It Is supposed that the pence confer
ence In London will bu resumed shortly
and that llie arrangements for peace
will make rapid progress,
An aftermath of scrlnus problems trill
Continued on Third Page,
KNICKERBOCKER WAITERS OUT.
IH-iiinrgoil s ii nt in n r 1 1 ill I o'( lock
I ills Mloriiliig.
Ai lie- waiters taplaiiH and head
Will. en of the Motel Ktiickerbockei
unntnarll) w.te dismissed hy Manager
1 h-gait at 1 o'clock this mottling after
he said that he was sick and tin il of
tin- continually Increasing ii munds of
the nvn ill spite what he ha nlti-iilv
done lor tbetii.
'I hose dlscliurgcil incituliil all but the
kitchen force, but Mr. li.-ifim says that
the hotel dllillU! I'ooin will be open lor
business to-day
The trouble in the Knl.-k. rborker U
gall to ni-iir j crisis about ,S o'clock last
night, when tin- tltst bofnrn theatre
crowd began t.i thin out and the waiters
hud tunc to talk. Crumbles coming in
Heg. ill's eats alarmed him and he tele
phoned to Ihe West Thlrtlith street po
lice station for help Pour policemen
Wele sent lo him.
i:irvthlng s. clued unlet until about
10.au and then tin. rumors of a -Hike at
'-'-.'" became so Mrnm; that more po
llcein. n were sent tor and four mot-.,
went to the hotel They Were stationed
out-Id" ready to Jump In lusuntl) If tin.
waiter- slatted trouble.
At midnight Manager Hegan n-tu
wotd to the waiters that he would like
to have tin m postpone nnv action thev
might contemplate taking and meet him
nt 1 o'clock In th" main dining room.
So everything went on a uu,il until
that hour. When lucre wet.- mils a
few diners left in th" rein Mr. Uogan
called the men together ami sml;
"I grunted th,. demands of yon mm
in the tlr-t strike and tried tl, do the
tight thing Vou have tried my pitlence
to the lu caking point, tiymg to get me
to tire ii.iti-unlon ni.-n and grata uure.i
son.ibto ileum mis. I um through with
you mid noil.- of vou wll be retained
beyond to-night In the employ of ihe
hotel "
The milt- member of the dining room
force Ii (i i. th,. maltrc d'hot"!
BANDITS IN TAXI ROB
BIG PLANT OF $700
Four
Fjiiployees Hold nt
NVith 1'istols by Five
Tlnms.
I'.IIV
Aboiu ." .lu o'clock last nighl tin.
men dashed up to Holio A.- Hro.'s whole
salu meats, provisions and nils plant,
at 527 to S3I West Thlrty-slxth street,
between Tenth and Kleventh avenues,
and nt the point of revolvers held up
two Inside und two outside employees
of the tlrni. vaulted over the wire screen
around the cashier's cage and dashed
away ngnln with uvmti ?7P0 of the
firm's money.
At the time the robbers arrived
Charles Fink, of 43il West 133d street,
a collector for the linn, was inside the
cHshler'n ciine with William Home
miinn, 11 route foreman, counting over
the money Hornemann had taken in
The cashier's of lice is nt the western
end of the building To the east of
tluse offices am the stables and wagon
aiiK entrance to which is gained
through an arched toinlwav miming
ftotu i'hlrty-slstli rtreet. IMward
Mllb t. the stable boss, and Kl.ik Silosk...
a wagon washer, wei.- lu the stable
when the taxicab drove up. and b. fun.
they could tic wer- looking Inn. two
levolvers. Two moie men and al.i the
chaurfeiir Jumped from the t isioub guns
In hand and ran into the , utrauce bad
lllg to tin dimly llghlid ofllies.
Tln-n tlu-y imuul Hie two nmne)
eolint- i
"Shin lift .wt ' s.i',1 ,,n.- -, tae
poinliag to tin- cam
The Ihltd tobber did so .md dl.ipped
down Int.. Ih. cngebisl.l. tl.. two em-plov.-e..
Hi picked up each bill and
coin mi Hie desk, lilmbi-d b.u ! over
the sin-en and Joined his fellows The
two who held the levolvers iomi-.-iI
his letreat and then they backid toward
the doors hading to tho street. And
then they made a dash for the taxicab
and sped eastwanl In Thli 15 -fclsth
street.
Tho four employees ran out i. the
taxicab got under way, but the dark
ness of the neighborhood made it Im
possible to get the number. I "Ink tan
back into the .othce then ami after
telephoning the puller called up the
president ot the linn. Charles Holie of
17 West Kignty. seventh street
Detectives tfotn th" West Thirty
seventh street station swarmed about,
but could not get much of a de-ci Iptlmi
of the robbers.
i GIRL ACCUSES MAN AT SHOW.
Alleged 11 11111 an- I li'iseil I i Uc
mil Vrresteil.
Miss Helen Fleming, 17 ve-its old.
daughter of JMward Fleming, a cup
nianufactuii-i-. In im; nt 33 K.ist Until
street, was sitting with her mother and
a girl friend at the matinee In l.oew's
National Theatte, lletgeu avenue and
lllith street, The Htonx, ostotday whuti
tho girl complained to her mother thai
the man sitting ne.-.t to Miss Fleming
was annoying her.
A moment later Miss Fleming Jumped
up and soruuaeil The man began to
run out of the theatie pursued by three
young turn who had beep sitting In 11
bos- and grasped the situation.
The three pursuers grabbeil the mall
In the theatre lobby and al the sime
lime Detective Picon of Instiector .'nr.
roll's stuff, who was passing. Jumped Into
the mlxtip and took th" badlv fright.
ened man to the Morrls.inta pollen sta
tion. Miss Fleming and her mother
went to tho stutlon hotisjo to press tho
complaint.
The prisoner said he was John Glbbs,
30 years old. and lived with his wife
and three children at 1.161 Crototia Park. 1
Kust. Hu Is a plumber. Glbbs denied
tho charge of Improper conduct. Ho!
was neiu for night court.
In the Morrlsunla police court I.ouIm
Ynppelll, who Is an architect, living I
with hit) wife and three children at 1031 '
Southern Houlevurd, was held by Mag-1
Istrato Hints In ?."00 bond for trial upon
mo ijoiiiinaini 01 .-vuss 11ck.ii currun of
1393 Commonwealth avenue, Tho Hronx.
Miss Curr'an Is tho young usher In the
Children's Theatre who had Yapplll
arrested last Friday at tho Prospect
uvenuo stulion of Um subwuy for an
noylng her.
TO TELL SECRET OF
TUBERCULOSIS CURE
Ill'. ri'ip(liii;iiin's Scrum Itcin
Stolon liv 1,'ivnls, Up Will
Mnlic It Public
MAY I'.IMNt; IT TO I"
Mim.A Atncrinins llcnchctl Her
I i ti I'cnnilcss in the Hope
of Relief.
f, r,ttlr ft 'Itt'trft 10 Till Si'
P.i;iil.tN. .bin. ":. A new1 tutn will I
glvi n to the healed controversy In the
tii.'illcal win Id as to the merits of a lite
niui- Irnletit bacillus us a temcdlal ,
agent for tuberculosis when Dr. l-'rlid-lich
I'r.inr. I-'tii dmann, uccotdlng to lib,,
iintiouiiccd Intent ion, siihmlts his euliure .
to-niniTow to the imperial health nu
' tl"""l"'
nr. I'iKilti.ati.r annonncenicnt of III" I Wilson through Mr-. Wilson a ..-1,1..,,.,'
illscovirv befote the Hi rlltl Medical So-n th,- bean nf tin- Hbl- liidge Moiill
clitv lust Nnvi'tiiber cteated a seusitton I tains lu Ashevllle. A map showing tin
ami Ih'- l.i'i tli.it be r. fUf oil to liesctlhu
his serum, which It Is asserted will cut
ad but the moft advanced cases of til
bcreu'osl. caused sunn doubts a to the
uiltlieiitieiH of h:- discovery, although
repre'ctltallv e "f various gnv mtliciltj
w. re sent In 11 tn inv eMlg.ite the matter.
I)r Fti.vlin 1 on - in linn in submitting
his serum before thi Imperial medical
authorities to-moi'o' will afford the
first opportuuli) for Judgim-nt hy fdcti.
t lilt medical 1 in l.-s us to Its therapeutic
value and will cio-.e th- tMt stage of one
of the most bitter con! rovi isles that
b.iv(. raged sinie the alleged discovery
bv Prof. Koch of the tllbeiculosls genu.
Dr. Frledniann announced to-da) that
he would turn his culture over to the
liovernnient with the suggestion that
the Imperial authorities designate a
number of phj slii.uis whom by lectures
and demonstrations he will instruct how
to use the culture for the treatment of
t illicit: ulosls.
In ordi r to win or secure Dr. Filed
matin's secret some of hi brother
scientists resorted to fxttctll" lllellS
urrs. us. for example, tho extraction
from patb-nts of the germs which '.
I'tleilmanu had injected, thus sick
ing to get hi culiuie of lite, min
vlrulent bacilli This moved Dr. Fried
maun lmnn-.ll.iwl to give his culiuie
to the do i riimi-m health authorities
and he Is also lonsidering the .nestlon
nf personally taking It to America In
tho near future. This Is shown by the
fact that Dr. A. H. Held of Pittsburg.
Pa. who came to P.eriin In the hope of
returning home with u sufficient ctrlttirn
to save his consumptive wife, was
tn-d.iy handed several phlats nf a cul
ture from the labonitotv of Dr. lius
kowskl. whli Ii. it was st.itid. won-
Fri mint b.ietlli. Dr. 1 rieilnianu said
that llr Pierskowski was tin b.ic
teiiolog.st who w.rkc'l with his haillh
In tin c.-irllesi stage of the experi
ments :ii I'.'.il. but tha' the baillli givi n
out b) him wa- not the culture with
wbii ii h- 1 l-'ricdinann 1 :s having sin -iiss
now and. furthermore, that !n ol
der In ptotiet those who in ty beionie
sick from .1 hat ill! which be declares
to be dangerous to use and for the
action nt which he cannot be tespoii
sibl" if applied to htimani- he 1 Fried
111. mill will give out the real dilative
l-'t I' dmiiuii b n nil.
1 1 became known lo-day that .several
phy-i.ii.ns in ltetlin hav.- been working
on ,i l,vc germ iieatiiieir. f..v tub.-r-
. Miosis which lll'.V belle'.. -u be Dr.
1 'ri-dmanu's germ. Dr. Fells Klemperer
isti aiti'd ihe germ from t'n Ii a of a
pollce'il.'ili who had been l:ii)--illaied hv
l)r. 1 '1 1, iim.inu and tuaile culture- whir l!
In is now iisn 11, '.,.;i,'tes It i ih,.
Pvlcilmnnn baillli.
lie declares h.u In found Dr. Frled
iiianti's method a distinct advani t ment
In tile ttealmeni of tub, 1 culosls. In-.
FM -dmann declares that, neither Dr.
Kienipeter nor others have the te.il
serum, but In order to end the contro
versy he Will give It out to the !:n
perlal authorities.
Two of the phials in Dr. Hold's porn
slnn will ho turned over to Drs. Trnd-i
and Haldwin of Saranac l.ake. N. V . for
. xpetiuiental purposes. Dr. Held of
Pittsburg will tcm.iln In Hcrlln for
several days to attend Dr. l-'riedniann'n
ih iiioiistratous.
Pr. Hold and Dr. Otto Carl Siou of
Fpper Saiiduskv. iililo, who have been
hero for tieutmenl, state that the genu
ine Fiieduiuiin culture will ,ion be
available In the Fnltcd States. They
urge in the most cmphatl
manner that
tuberculosis sulterers remain at honu
and not attempt th- journey to Merlin.
There ate verv pathetic cases hero of
.some Americans who sold everything;
they possessed In the world in order to.
come to Merlin in the hope of being I
cured by Dr. Friedmnnti.
WARNS WIFE; KILLS HIMSELF.
Vlnniirurliiri-r lleml In Hotel When
III I, lllle Girl Cull I'p,
Determined to die. for some reason
known only to his wife and himself,
Ferdinand Hay. a cigar manufacturer
of 1215 Madison avenue, shot himself in
a room in the Grand I'nlon Hotel yes-1
tenlay.
His body was discovered when his
wife called at tin- hotel saying she was,
worrying because her husband had'
written her .that ho had gone to Uu, 1
Grand I'nlon lo shoot himself.
When the hotel ilitectlve broke Into 1
the room he touiid clutched in Hay's
hand the revolver with which he
nan
killed hhnseit. Hy the marks in th
bathroom and Iradlng Into the room
where the body wjs found tho police be
lleve Lay shot himself in t ho bathroom.
then dragged himself to his ed,
While Mrs. Lay was being told, a little
girl who said her name was Lny called
up on the telephone and asked If
her
"papu was 111." The clerk told her not
to worry, as her mother was on the way
homo and would tell her.
It d I. AMI ItAll.ltlMD IO MOM Hi; 4. 1 .
S'wtir I.-avr. tJrnnrt t'rntrat dally M.v r If.
Parilnilrt:i01)rui(lwd) HtivnuiuiOMBillson.
.lift.
TAFT PAYS TRIBUTE TO WILSON.
in.
siieeessur stM11, (,,,. ,-.(
in-
lerests ol (in ,'riiliieul,
Wasiiimitox. .tan. VJ. President T.i It
P1I.I trlhuto to Cniv. Wilson to-ttlght a'
j lite dinner of tin- Anu-llcan Chamhc
of Conuiurci. lie di'iijted that ho be.
, lifted his siiciessor would stand for
I what Is for ttie best lllte-ests of
( lovcriimetii and Ihe people.
. 'I'he President ami Dr. Chalks
1 Kllot of Harvard marie strong ple.i
I the estellsiou of I'llll .servile to
tho
W
. brancbes of the leivei'nmeui.
I
Tile Presliletit lirgul the ys'nolatioii
to stand by the incoming udniinl.-tratloit
and to sist In every way the ciforts
which lienldeut-rlect Wilson wllldoubl
less make to hold Ihe entile civil ser
vice intact, to Improve ami to protect it
rt'oltl the hands of political dcspollers.
The President ulo said that the pas
age of a good banking and citrrenc
law was Hie most impntianl bit of ."l.
l.itl'iit lh.it can be brougiit nboiil.
OFFER HOUSE TO WILSON.
Sol III nrollini Hen Waul lllin In
shet Ille In Mlliliuel'.
nvu.lisil. N. C. .Inn. 12. ,loephie
llMiilels and ti North Carolina
pari )
llnno . i'l,.. I . ... I. ..I...... ... ..rr.. .'...
I" n sniences in Asiieville Is car
i lied, Ptesldent-i b ct VIIon may tiik.
11 n sidi in u already oii-mi m t, , ,,- 1,.
may sel, ct ,ls lot. choose the stvl.- nt
.architecture desired and the North Car
olinians will build a home und (led It
ov 1 to linn.
The Wilsons do no; know of tins otter
yet and there I no Indication of whether
or not it will Is. accepted. C.ov. Wll.m
llv-d and ntt-ml'ri school in Ninth C,u
.oluia and spent some time in volutin, ,
KAISER'S OLD FEUD ENDED.
Il..lieiii.lerii nu, I 1 tiiiilicrlituil I 'u mi
ll", 1,, ,. 1 r, 1,, Miirrlntti'i..
1 v;,m 1 D,,,),,tc. 10 Tur. Sis.
, I'.uta.is. .Inn. 'JL'. it is reported that
, there has been a reconciliation between
tb.- llohcnzollerii and the Duke of Cum-
berland fanillies. It Is said that this
, itndci standing will result in the bo-
Itoihal of the Kaiser's only daughter.
tho Princess l.uisc, with the Prince of
Cuiul erland mid of Prince Adalbert.
th" third sou of the Kaiser, with Pi In
. ces Olga of Cumberland.
The feud or misunderstanding .,..
iween tlu-si families has lasted tor
I years.
PASTOR DROPS DEAD IN PULPIT.
l'nlli Owe Wli en ilit-riliiK Allill
euee nl I hureli Olelirnl Ian.
Pirrsvii.i.c. Pa . .Ian. 2u'. The ltev.
Dr. .1. .1. Fisher, pastor of tho Ileformed
i.'hurcJi of Tiimaiiiia. dropped dead in
the. pulpit of Trinity Hefonned Church
here to-day when addressing 1111
audience at the celebration of tho S.'.Oth
nniilvvrsar.v or tho first printing of Ihe
Heidelberg Catechism.
Dr. Fisher was extolling the cate
chism when bo fell over. He died in
a fiw moments
GIFT OF S75.000 TO DARTMOUTH.
V iiliouiieeil l.u-l Xlulil ill Dinner nr
.Nevt url. lumiil,
Thi toriy-nlntli antntal dinnet of nu
Dartniouih Coliegi Alumni Association
of New York was held at the Hotel
Savoy last night. Then- were i:'." Dart
mouth men presen..
Presliletit Kmc t Fox Nichols an
nounced that he had tocehed word from
fie college ,lia. a leti.-r whiuh arrived
Mere last night cojitiilm d a chick for
.7".00l from l P.. SleWatt of St. Al
0.1ns. Mc. and thai the gift carried Willi
it no restrictions .1- tar a lu- knew.
Hi' spoke of the 111 ids of Dartmouth,
tiieiilloning 2tiu,uuii for n new library
. building and .111 eiiual amount for nooks.
! tither speakers wer- Prof. Curtlss
Hidden Page and Frederick D. Kcppel,
,i!")ii ot Columbia University. Among
those present were ULshop l-Uhelbert
1 Talbot, Prof, .loltu Iv. Lord, the Kcv.
Francis Urnwn. l.uther H. I.lttle,
Charles 1.. M.itthewson and ex-Surrogate
Charles If. Heckett.
MISS STICKLE WEDS COACHMAN.
Iterems I'll lull) Oiiiiio,i ftrr 11
I'luhl or Three curs.
Koi-k.vway, N. J.. .Ian. '.'J. Vktoiiiitis
over the bitterest
oppositio'i trom all
members of her family
Miss Helen
Stickle, daughter of the late
Hyron T.
stickle, was married here at
tllllltl to-
nay to ihe man ot nor cliol. e, a former
coachman for tho family. The bible's
, fortune Is estimated at $HHi,nuti, which
she inherited without any restrictions,
though her father had foueht until his
diath against her determjnaHon to
marry the coachman.
Tho bridegroom Is .lohn Spear, a nat
uralized Italian, whose name was John
Pendlno before his lovo affair stlmit-
lit.. 111.. n.nKIM.f. ..,. n 4
can In name as well as In law. He"1' "I'l'01"1 ,olm ''"rroy Mltchel as Mi
changed hU natno In Moslon. where i, Wlllcox's successor; that the appoint-
lived after the discovery of tho Infatua
tion of Miss Stickle had resulted in his
dismissal.
Pendino became a chauft'ettr In Mos
ton. Ho was hired as coachman throe
years ago and the attachment dovelopeu
eoan nfterwurrt. It had existed but a
l,'w "l""ln" ,v"cn lc
j VV'IVIVU VIHH I llll.lllll.lt. y kill. Ill ( ,
HER ASHES TO FLOWER BED.
I'rm Ulon in Wilt 11 f Mm, Webster,
Who Was llurneil lo Dcnth.
The will of Mr.- Murgnret Carmlohuol
Webster, wno was ouriieti 10 ueatli at
her homo In Washington street. Flush
ing, on January 7, provided that her
body he cremated and thut tho ashes
bo scattered on the central llower bed
In front of tho crematory at Flesh.
Pond, yueens. i no win, which was
made on October "1. IMS, was tiled for
probate yesternay in (jtteens county.
Charles Penin Somerby as treasurer
of tho First Congregation of tha Ho
llqion of Humanity of the City of New
York, or the congregation In case of
his death, was tnado the chief bene
notary. It It raid that the ostnt
amounts to only a few hundred dollars.
PRICE TWOCENTiS.
SUBWAY PERIL
TO GOV. SULZER
Hearst Siiid to Unvr I)c
imiiitlcd Willcox's Plncr
Tor Ifinisoir.
TO m.OCIC C(JNTI ACTS
Kxocutivo's Ptjliticnl Futurf
.Miiy llnnjr tut .Vomina
tion He MiiKes.
.NII'IIIMIV ("(INTKIM.S SKNATK
seems 1'ioliiilile Thnl Constnii'
lion Coiitr.iets' '.in nnt Hi'
l.el liefore Feb. 1.
tin.. Sul.'.er according " N'-w 1 U
city Democrats v ho to'timeil from Al
bany et. ril.iv . where ihet dl-cusred
.subway tuatt.rs with the liovnior, Is Hi
,a dreplv agitated train, of mind. Also
Cm. Sulzei, Ic o.iu" ol I ho worries uf
tin- .situation, his grcallv fallen uwav ia
i wight and Is b.-t-ld.- hltn "If .villi
.nisi' t
Tin- liasi- lot thi- agitation and thl-
.IllXlet). Ill till "-tilll.il (till of Mlffe New
V-'ii. city Democrat. I tb" tbo "nun's
ilesll-e pi sue. I lllllisolf il Chief Ks
ecuthe ut Albany two y. m s li.nce am-.v.-ntd.illy
in l!'l! to be tin- catidld.i'i
if the Democrats of the State for tin
; Presidential nomination. Ii is tho'c po
illtlcal ambiilons of the tiovernor which
inre playing a potential If not nltogolhet
an absorbing feature In ,he sebctloii r
a Public Service Commissioner lo sui
...d William IS. Wllk-ox, whore unn
expires February 1.
' Cov. Sulz-r. It was added h) well In-
tiitnid Democrats in tb. inn- 1 r
'tie. stand committed to appoint an or
ganization D. niocrai lo .Mr. il v. .
' place, .lust when that apimlutnii it. i
in he mail,' no man knows, it was ,1:'
fled, not i veil the IJoVeriior hilli-iK
, Democrats who have discussed tin en
,tno mutter with the tiovirnor within tin
last twenty-four hours came awn) wi.b
the laiptosslou that If the present sub
way contracts arc not ready lo oe
1 signed by Fcbruaty 1 th" Oovernor wl..
permit Commissioner Wlllco.x to hold
1 over.
One set of Democrats, it was nllcu'd,
reiiueted the (Sovt-rnor 10 permit Mr
Willcox to hold over until nest .lu y o
August. This proposition wu Hotly iv-
; fused by the (ioverniir, but when tho
dale of June 1 was nie.itloiied fi thi
latest date to which Mr. Wl-Uox wou'.i
be pet tnltted to hold over thr tiovetnor
was reported to have stated that he
would give that proposition ssrioui
consideration.
On thr- other hand lat night the:.'
was a well defined leport that Com
mi'-inicr Wlllcox ni.i) Insist oti retiring
at the expiration of his term. Februarv
1. This statement carries with It the
.supposition that all the contracts would
be signed by a majority of lln: Publl
Servlie Commissioner. before that d.i'
Commissioner Ceorge V. S. Williams
who vllted Cov. Sulzer In Albany yii"
tenlav. returned to town last ulgl ' coe.
vimeil that eventually It is C.ov Stl
sot's purpose to appoint William IS
lleaist to I), the successor of Mr W
cos. The news of this proposed Heats'
appointment was tirst circulated in New"
York city and was telegraphrd to A
batiy and r.-tolegraphed to New Vol I,
clt), where It was published .11 a numbu
of New York evening papers last night
No word canto from Mr. Hearst as to
whether of not he would accept such an
appoliiimrnt.
The appointment of William It. Hoar"',
as Mr. Wlllcox's successor would, in the
estimation of well Informed Democrats,
eventually make him the Democratic
leader of New York city und would a
the same time bring about the dethrone
ment of Charles F. Murphy us leader of
Tammany Hall. The vast financial an
political power compassed by the $3U0
iin0,(i(iil In contracts for the new suhwi v
would perfnne, It was declared, be prt 1
tlc.illy hi Mr. Hearst's hands, as by tem
perament ho would easily dominate his
Democratic associates on the commis
sion, Mr. Williams and .Mr. Cram. Hut
the tltml analysis or the Hearst talk
explained late last, night by those ion
versant with tho situation was to t' e
effect that Ml'. Hearst yesterday mad"
the ultimatum with Gov. Stilzer that
he bo appointed In Mr. Wlllcox's plac
on February 1. and !ov. Sulzer now lias
that ultimatum under consideration
Several weeks ago It was printed in
Tur. Si n hy authority that Mr. Hearst
had made a demand on On v. Sulzer that
ment of Mr. Mltchel would bo the onlv
reiUest during hirf administration thai
Mr. Hearst would niake of Gov. Sulzer.
When It became known that tho Demo
cratic Senators at Albany controlled by
Charles P. Murphy would under no cli
1 unistiinces conilrm the nomination of
Mr. Mltchel should the Governor send
his nomination to Hint bod.v. alleged
compromises. In tho persons of Clarence.
.1. Sliearn, Jack Follausbeo and John
Temple Graves, all follower. of Mt
Hearst, were suggeswd, but neither ot
the, three men was ugreeable. to Gov
Sulzer. It was Hlutid. and hence the last
stand of Mr. Hotirut und his friend-j
lu sending thai ultimatum to Gov. .Sul
zer jostcrday that Mr. Hearst must be
selected to bilcceed Mr. Wlllcox,
Gov. Sulzer and Mr. Hearst havu been
for years warm political and social
friends and the latter In his newspapers
lias on all occasions sounded the praises
of Mr. Sulzer. Especially were Mr.
, Ilrarht and his nowspapeiH stanch in
their support of Mr. Sulzer as a Hen.
resentatlve In Congress concerning tlu
abiogatloii of the Russian treaties. In
Hie iccent campaign Mr Heaist con
tinned his hearty support of Mr Sulzer
for Governor.
Gov. Sulzer Is naturally grateful to
Mr. Hearst, und yet with Ills political

xml | txt