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)L I A XX. NO. 15:3.
SEE PEACE DESPITE :
llclicf in London 'Mint Allio!
ri I'lii.v itiir roiiiitfi. Bluff
lo Tnrlis. 1
PKS TO ..MKKT TO-DAY
'jh.-x Will CoiD-idci' Otloiniin
l-vpl lfo.ir inir Shrines
i r ' -'.t iw,-. tn Tin, Sr
., .i.iii 111 - t'nln.-M Miniotlitm;
i,. - 'I it'" iniiintlnu' tn prevent It.
n 1 nxr-n Turkox mill tin- llalkan
f . i if renewed :il T I' M. mi Fcb
. , it ' There Is Miotic conllilence In
O.'Mfl". llOWPXt-l', tlt.lt llotwltll-
i Ms Ha- denunciation if thp itrint.s.
I w 'II nut I if. broke '
Xci'-.tsS id'ifS tlf !lP i'H.I-.S will
i p i l.-'tnlon tn-d.ty tn rn, i tiler the
y T i-ktv. when tiny tin 1 1 1 : o I y tn
I 'Mid iin-iuis fur i opening ttio
, 'li'tton.' It is tli" sanguine
i. ' f tunny nlwi vers that
v i ,.., . ,.,. in f.,, t j)H.
.-. nt of Hi.' ulli'-s of the end il'
which virttiall. n nehriinl.ril
i i il. I'Vffv nf the Ttitklsh repl
;n , f-uci... . criticised ;irurplv In
p T ' quartets llffe and nil the
" n i " .iti'l is ilcel.ireil tn bo heavy
" ' iMn.ll)!e
i i . i.i.i'f 'miiiI. Mime persons hold
' HiHiiii i.leuate ate invr-tlv
, .u I II. T'llKs' t 11 ti title I . Tile allies.
-ill iln tint waul w.ir anil tin not
.iiid their declaration is mvrcly
' ' "I I'lltff Tliev are if potted In
iit'.'meil Turkey Hint slm is plav-
V last e.itil. because she i tin.
I " l-l.x powder or Mlt it
,. p. n of Tin key in ICniiipe are
iif!. limine her tn adopt fie
t iivutiiMances an.! i: Is 1 -
' i- i.'fote the .iritti slice txpirt-.
.1 '.in'. however. wiP show Urn
. -i. of this The (I' lisaleM nt
I .-o-.-.s in I.nmlnt. tall. j-tcrn'y
i' "vl aii.1 -tiei.li-ntnlly that when It
..ll'il hi ui-wspaper llli'll will he
v i in a i i n p. i n v the armi
r-i.ii. v of the delegates Lax.' a.--
- . 'o !"-e l,n"tlnn llllr.l l.iie',
... eirni'" - ef eat'i ini-s o mil
111' It.'ltlf'tr Will Lt.- Mi'le for
. .i. M. rsniteii fi r .-'eiii.i, M.
. i f.ii .M ,mli neat n ami M.
nl." fir lir.ei'. . I'lc mar Vi !,1
nf Greece will Karl to.il.iy fur
a llP'i' he will fie I'n, jr.t (111
' .Vfl. !! Au.-ifl.-in Forci'.--i M-n-T
Mm. Me will i'n 'n Helgr.i'le
y -nfl.i and ti 1 1 H ! ! In .Saiouic.i, w her
n ! report ille it-suits nf hl.t inl.'sinil
Kmc nf lite Hellenes.
1 i' mMi rielecr. s show ll.i s.sn.s
i ' ug .mv arrair-'iinent." f..'- 'heir
Tliev lhe a -e aw.-.iilns
" .in Hie Sunlltne PeJ e.
- i 'iiiiinnii Kiiilm y In ..nnilnn h.i
"i .hi ir.ilisnaiit tlenial nf .'hat l
i 'mi malicious rumor" nf tiiuti
I I PclltiiiK lieiween the Turkish
- -i .1 T' liataklj.t
" IMS of Nuropn ami nf l.niirlon
j"in ralH favorable vu-wj of Hp"
" '. n pl tn the I'liWelV. wlllell
i 'K.irilfil ns npenlni; the way for
" ii-miiui nn'tit of peace I'rlees,
npenetl low ' anil ilepresseil.
'r upwaiil when tile te;,t nf the
. , '.r'enme known. This was nntuhlv
i i' at Merlin nml Vlrnmi. where
"".in; with the Turku is very
. nr. j
.! iiui'ifl Sliefket I'nalia. Hie Turkish
I.- rW Vizier, hanileirto the .Martinis
n l a' ivinei. the ilean of Hie fllpln-ii-t
. orps in 'onstiinlltmple, the te-j
I I the Turks to the note of the.
I"""" "hi on January 17 !
T rks stipulate for the releiitlfiii
i in of .ilnunople where are Hie
i nf. hut eonent to Hive to the '
'- ' e Mini tin the ritht hank oft
Mv.'ii ll.ver. In whose valley tlni'
. i- .in I cii U Mtuiiled. The Otto
nsptit to the distnautllni; nf J
rd ilefctideil fn-l.s Tim Turks ,
iti'Mi hnvln Miveri'lsnty over the
-.. ' . f the .Kce.in, but admit their!
reus i i leave the settlement of thy
.1. i . ne Cowers. '
I t Limit, head of the Hlllfruf p-ace.
t .at on upon heliiR shown Hie re-
r ..i the TurkK said: I
. np i.ii if-all) the reply is not nc 1
SppdlvinK in behalf nf all the
, i n ens of the allied Balkan na
' I ate that the reply Is not of
. i. i r to form the basis of fresh
si' f. ntiona."
Bl l.GARIA REGRETS RUPTURE,
lli.iinie t'nmiialun MelnelHlit
I), a; ;ilehoff.
r'. ' I nhle Itrtfatrli In Tui Si v
Ian IIH - Premier Hueshoff H'
' n an Interview as saylnc that!
1 ii rectets tlm ncKntlve result of I
. 'I'.itionhln Ignition, but the timu
"i . 'St. as tiie patience and tnac
' f the allies must be repi riled '
n.Tked contrast to the attitude of
mil the procrastination of ihej
.in delegates. He continued I
'..ri enter on a fresh campaign
.iiii i, hut It l an Inevitable neces.
The Young Turks arrogantly In-,
i'. r So he II. The allies V.ill 1
i 't relentlessly nnd their vigor I
' hall when Turkish rcslHtur.c
' effectively broken." i
.lit. ml Wlr condemns, what It culls !
I orative tone" of Turkey's re
'he Power, but Kiiy.s It ts sratl
t'tis because it will give the allies.
1 1 y of action and the right t)
i ' tiie war with absolutely unfet.
' iwK 1
STRAUS APPEALS FOR PEACE.
i Ihnl Hiilknn llltlleiilllei
el I led ill The HllKile.
S Suaits, who repicsenled th'?
' Suites ai Constantinople, under
iiiiiiilsti-atlons and who Is a
" ' of the Hague lrlliiili.il. said'
ia n an interviow on the Balkan t
hi that affalrH In tile Near Kast I
V'wtinuei on Third Page.
MRS. LESLIE WALTON SHOT.
lliiRlinttil I.I,,., ',.,. ,.,.( f
Vi.sm.wp. .1.. ,ii,n, .. jifj,, ,,.p..
Wiiltnn. who with her wealthy hiislmml
1 '"'b '''Hue hele Hum Cilenm. Was
in cidi iitly shot In th,. breast at her
hiitne here ln-nKht. She is 111 a critical
Mr. Walton told the police that hit
wife was .-.11111(1111). eloi-c by him while
be Wat. packing Up some IhliiKS pie.
Ji.if.itoty in HlatlillK for the West.
Thfte wiih a ii'iolM.r m the loom, fllllv
loaded that he i.ald he laid on top nf
the bureau wlul,. , tttlH pHf in,. t,r
thltms he was In lake. Mrs, Wtiltiiti,
b"f htisbatiii ilil. In Mime manner
bimippil uwilnsl the weapon and it went
olT. She fell p. the Hoof unconscious.
.Mr. Walton lifted his wife and car
rid her to a ., droom and then tele
phoned for i.lijMlelan. Prof. .Mont
i;om"r. of I'hlla.li Iphla was summoned
later by leleplintie and he will tiy tn
locale tit,, liulli't iih .soon as he arrlt
The he al phy:lel.in says the wound Is
1 i t y iI.iuki runs
S'er.i Utile l known of the Wnltora
here c.sriipt thai thej catne ftom Chi
an recentlj. where it 1H slid the are
puimlneiil in Mieieij and wcalthx
HOME RULE BILL IS
REJECTED BY LORDS!"'
Ioiim- (..illcry Ci'owdcil With
I'tisliitiiuililc W'oint'ii I it ti iiiz
f.i tletnttr!, I., Tnr t
LoNrmx. .Ian. :tn. .s was cpuer.illy
t'.Npecteil the House of Lords tO'llluIlt
rejected tin- honi" ru'e bill by a vote nf
.'l"ii to iiii. .Mr. HlatUtnneV hotun rule
nieasute in ls'.'S was beaten by the
l.otiN by a vote of 11? to II
The Dual ilclmt.'. which was earnet-t
and test mined, was well attended. The
House was i rowded I lit nir.'hout the dis
cussion, as is rarely the case pjttlcu
l.irlv in the last two limns
The pi-elesss fallen "as thrmlLPil
with women In evenlni; dies who were
Klltterini: in jiwils. A -nee of lllshops
who rarely attend the se-slons nf ilie
limi-e pMrtielp.ited in Ihe il!is..ins. and
the r;reat majority of them voted
nt;.ilnt the bill.
The .Mititiis of l..ins(i(iw:ie f.if the
ipp'i.i:;nn ami 'isciumt .Morley for the
on 1 1 ntiP'tl' wniiiiil up Hi" debate. Lord
l.i.u-d.nMie entiteniled that there was
tm nnnloicy bet w ten colonial and lrisli
a'lioaoiii . If. he said, a eoiony In
Msted on M'pdr.itln Clreai llriialo
would ha ' to consent e vlitiiallv . bin
i; uas Iniperatue for Keoraph!cal
reajoiis t ti keep Ireland so lonK as ihoy
had a baitallon of infantry or a battery
of artillery left. Kven a it wa. sa!d
Lord litiMliinne. Itelaiul under tlm
bill would be a menace lo the safetv
of th" emplie .11 war tim He de.
hired it was a ionstllutlon.il outraut
c fotee th lull upon the country undvi
maclilnerv of the Parliament ait.
Lord .Money i ommented on tiie ilif.
ferelH'e of Hie temper of the ptesent
and ns home rule bills. He nid that
now there was none of ine ferocity
which had been hovii in t.ie debates
of I'-SC and I 3. The opponents of
the measure said tin to w is no finality
lo the b.il. Dal t.n belli e th ri)
would be ane titiHliH In it' rxjectlon?
he askul. I.ord Morle eoiitlmied:
"If ou wt'l o under tne Oransf
liar!, which I cripvp to tiiink has Iippii
reaicd, do ou leiee there will he an
end of the wearing of t.ie Kreen'.' Vim
ask what we ale poini; to do with
l'l?ter, we aU what you are eolni;
to do with Munsicr. ("onnauaht ani
COMAUGHTS TO LEAVE CANADA.
ticnrrnl llellef I. I lir Will Nol llr
turn In IIKniiB,
( itta w . .Ian. 30. -The oftlelal state
input bearing n the Illness of tlm
Duche.s of Connntight to-day contained
Hie inffirination that she accompanied
by the Duke, will return lo Kngland in
III" spring, and it is now believed that
thev will not return to Canndn. It is
believed thai a new Hnvernor-CeneraJ
will In- appointed In the summer.
To slteiiEthen this belief Sir 1'harleH
Fit.patriek. Thief .lustlee of the Kll
pienie I'ourt of ("an.ida, has been ap
pointed Hovenior-Ueneral, and It Is as
sumed he will have charge of the af
fairs of the province until a succesfor
to the Duke or ronnnught Is appointed.
.Meanwhile the Duchess Is recover
ing Htendlly. I.ieut.-Col. I.owther, mili
tary secretary tn thn Duke, gave out
this statement to-duy:
"Her Royal Highness the Duchess of
Connatight Is making otemly progress
toward recovery and It Is hoped their
Hiiyal Highnesses will be able to re
turn tn Ottawa nt no distant date. It Is
proposed that the Duchess should ru
turn to Kugland In the spring for fur
ther medical advice. Ills Royal High
ness will accompany her, going homo
on leave of absence.' The dale of thelt
Roynl Highnesses' return to Canada
cannot be definitely fixed, as the tint
of their departure and the lenHth ot
the (jovernor-Heneral h leavn of ab
sence have not yet been dep mined."
LAWYER'S NERVE WINS STAY. !
Aninieii I'll f I b.v Joliilnn sniulnyl
ehool ('! lo (iel HrnrlnK,
Wakiiinoton. .Inn. SO.I'resldcnt :
Tafl's admiration for the resourceful-
ness and "nerve" of a Washington l.iw- j
yer has tesulted In giving Samuel W.
Uauen, a convicted murdrer, a chancoj
for his life. I
K. P. 1'rey, the attorney, tried to get,
another lieurliig before tho I'resldenl, .
but failed. To-day he heard that a 1
Sunday school class wus to be received.)
lie Immediately joined the class. 1
When he reached the President ha
llltew himself and the life of tho mur
derer on .Mr. Tafl's mercy. Tho Pres-1
lu'ent declined to leverse his decision,:
but Inter granted a reprlevo for two
Itaueii lust .May shot his wife unj
then killed his biulliei.
A pony clati of ANIiOSTHRA Mil ium
j before menu dr llclous Bppetlier, il.
NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1913. - foi'V'tf'1'.
NAGEL RULES CASTRO
MUST BE EXCLUDED
St'crcfary of Cnitintprro nnd
l.nlior Dpcitlos Kv-Dictiitnr
MritDKit is thi: r.vrsn
Kxilrtl VriiPXiirltin's WcfiiMil (o
An(l Qnctioiis Lonili
Wuiiii.NnTiijc, .Ian .10 --Sccrelary of
I'ninmerce nnd libor .N'agel ilevlil.nl this
afteriioon that (ion. Clprlatio I'astto
, mtl.'t h' excluded from the t'nltei!
States .is an undesirable alien, thus sti-
talnlnc Hie finding of the special board
! at llllli I'land. I'nless Hie former
President of Venezuela can now sue
coed In getting a t'nittd States court to
1 overturn Secretarj Narl's decision he
! will pe compelled to reitirn to rrance,
whence he came, or to iletnt.iny. It Is
admitted at Hie Department here th.it
astio can h.iio his cife leilewcd m
Societal y Nasel bas.-d his deiiaili
on the ground that Cr;i. I'astro
delil.Piately refused to answer perti
nent iiuestlons ptn to him by the
pedal board at Kihs Island in con
nection with tie- killing of c.cn.
PataiW.. Thti killing, It was alleged,
was without trial or louring of any
kind and ("aslto as Piesldent was di
reci'.v tespoiislble f'-r I.. (."astro ar
rived m this country sex era I weeks ago
and was held up a' Kills Island b th
immigration authorities based on in
formation furnished by the State D,
par'men' ptrtletllnil) with refetenee
to r' e ;, lime of PnrnrW, who was a
Venemielau levolutiotilsi. in sustain
ing tiie exclusion of t'n-ttv. Secretary
.Vagel's memoranda sa
"It is probable that but for the Infor
mation which the Depaitineiit of State
lodged with this Department the alien
would have been permitted to entir
without uuestlon, as ("Ipilano I'.istrn's
fiiruier position as I'resldeilt of Vene
zuela would under ordinary circum
stances have furnished Inducement for
Mich action, bui tin- Department has
tailed upon the lluitati of Immlcraticn
to determine whether Castro can lie
admitted, and the provision of the im
migration law must therefore neces-.-aril
"Among other things. It is ollk-lilly
chaiged that ("astro, while President
of Venezuela, in full possession of
the authotity of that State. li
teeted the killing of Pjr.idfz with
out trial or Inuring of any kind,
Parades: al that time hating been made
a prisoner while engaged In a revolt
against Cu-tro. The iiieIloti was n
peatedly put to ''astro whether he was
a party to the killing of Parade.!, and
tlii ipiestlnn lie dec'lned to nnwer on
tiie ground tli.it In. was not In a tiltn
ln.il court and for other reasons. The
boatd of Inquiry decided to lAcludi h ut
The commission at Kills Island am! th
('ommlsIon r-lieneral recommend tna
this decision be sustained and the case
Is now presented upon appeal to the
Sicret.ir.N. While the itKiuiry was made
at the suggestion of the Department of
Si ile. we now hae to deal with nothing
but tin- luterpict.itloti of the Immicra
lion law and Its application to the rec
ord, which has ls-en made."
Secretary Nagel then says tlMt the
first question presented Is whether Cas
tro admitted the commission of n felony.
Tiie Secretary says the Information that
("astro ordered the kl.llng of Parade?, is
spfciflc and is confirmed by authenti
cated copies of original telegrams.
"He has been confronted with It." says
Secretary Nagel. "nnd Ills refutnl under
such circumstances to answer may In
Itself conlltute an admission by con
duct." Secretary Nagel then rex lews the law
In Hie chsi- und says that It brings for
xvard strongly xvhether nn alien seeking
admission lo this country can be per
mitted to refuse to answer a question
based upon appaiently authentic Infor
mation and directed to a distinct ground
for e:,cIuslon under the law.
"If this question Is answered in the
affirmative," says Secretary N'agi I, "then
every a Hen i entitled to the fame prlx
llege xxltli respect to any question nn
answer to which may constitute an ob
stacle to his admission."
In conclusion the Secretary says;
In my judgment the law contemplate
that every alien may be questioned xvlth
respect to any ground of exclusion and
If so questioned is compelled to answer
"yes" lo- "no." The Inw further content
platis that If the question Is answered
In the affirmative suili admission shall
liiix-ti the same force as would lm glxcn
to a conviction. If In' stands mute this
way Itself confirms Incriminating cir
cumstances and constitutes an ndmlslon.
To repeat, If the alien Is permitted to
refuo to answer n pertinent question the
Immigration hcrvico might Just as well
In my Judgment Clprlnno Cabtro must
be excluded and that Is the decision.
(ieorge ijordon Battle, who has hecn
active In behalf of Hen. (.utro since
a day or two after tho Venezuelan was
sent lo Kills Island, said yesterday
that nn application for a writ of ha
beas corpus will tie made this, morn
ing, probably before Judge l.acombe.
This writ. If granted, will act as a
stay to the deportation of tho Oencral
pending the argument of tho writ.
.Mr. Rattle said that In all probability
he xvlll not ask that Gen. Castro ho
admitted to hall pending the argument
of the writ.
.Mr. Hattlc said that the basis of the
application for the writ xvlll be that
(Sen. ("n.trn does not come within any
of the ckussllicatlons of undesirable Im
migrants In that ho has not been found
suffering from .n cx'cludablo dlseuse,
has not been convicted of nny crime, no
moral turpltiido on his part has been
shown, and ho Is In no danger of bo
coming a public charge.
Castro xvlll sign the application, nnd
it xvlll be presented either by Mr Rat
tle or Harold .. Content, who has
shown much Interest In the Venezue
WOULD BE MISS LEE AGAIN.
Wife of Spanish Minister In I lllna
Wasiiimiion', Jan. :in. Annulment of
In r marriage to S.-nor l,uN Pastor. Spu-i.
i.-li .Minister to I'l-liia 'id Slim. Is ii
(Uelfd on l half ot ld wife. I'oinierly
.Miss Constance l.ee, n inetu'i r of the
Virginia family. In p.ip -r. q:c,l to. day in
the Supreme dutl of the DI:-lllil of
("oliimhla, Ai the eiiiii nf Mrs. Pas
tor's iittorncx .lutlce liaruaid onlereil
the papers so iled.
Minister Pa-dor nei epled serx i e in
Wiishlnvloti to-d.-.x wlille mi his xxax In
Spain from the utieiit on Icaxe of ab
sence. The couple were married In pmii when
Seiinr pastor was seeietaiy of tin- Span
ish Legation In re. Mr. P.isior ,s a
ililllghli-: of I he 'ate lio. iYallols i -.1
Pont "I P.ili.'iix, . n'liity. Vhgini.i, a
cousin of Kobe! t K l.ee. She j aim ir-
l.lleil !" Ill - 1 tilt i 1 Li", il.lil !. Il'll.in-
nell I.f"s of Marvi.ittil anil the I Mi Pouts
of Delaware Iter tiii.llifr. Mr. Anna
Tn vlur I., e. k now a r-. U'ent nf .Mankind
BOATS SPEED TO AID
OF DISABLED LINER
I'l'clirll Sli',illlslii Mixin I'rn
ppllci" Dnijis Into Son
The I'leiiih IPier McMio. a passenger
carrier of the -cond class, xxhich sailed
hence for Dunkirk on Saturday, re
ported hciself by xxireles M-stt-rdiiy
inornlng to her agent liere. Paul
l-'aguet. n lielpl.-sR In an easterly gale
about 100 tulles cast of Sable Island, or
about mile.-. Until Sand:' I look. She
had sen' mil xxitele.'s calls for help
xvhicli wfto answend 1 the (.eland
liner Devonian, which sailed from Hus
ton for Liverpool on Saturday, ("apt.
A. W W. Tiant of the Devonian headed
for the position of the .MexJoo at lop
speed It was estimated that tin
Devonian war less th.iii "mi miles from
l tin- Mexico and would l.c likely to leach
her thin morning
I Mr. Kaguet rccelxed x .-t'tdiy after.
noon two more niess.igi-s from Capt.
jllouyvet of the Meico. H- sId Ile had
I broken hl propeller shaft in a h avy
blow and Hut the propeller had dropped
i into the sea. It xxas assumed that lm
I had thrown o.,r a sea ar.ilior and xxas
'thus Hying i i tide out the gab-. M-.
'I'agtiPt sent wlule-..s messages by way
I of Cape Race to ("apt. llouyxet telling
him that the Carolina, xx hich sailed lmnce
jfor Il.ivte at " A. M. on Wednesday, had
.been instructed to go to him and low
jhlm into Halifax If po.-lble. Messages
xvere sent also to the I'rench llnor
' Klorlde, lmund hither b.v way of Halifax,
to pick up tnr disabled sister if the
; Carolina failed In doing so.
j Last iiIkIu a v. ircless ftom the Mexico
I s.iiil mat the Wilson liner linlHen was
standing by. As the Galileo Is oq-iipped
with specla' deep sea towing appara- is,
; i". Is not improbable thn her tn-rxicei
may be used in case tiie Mexico W not
, found bv e'lher tiie Carolina or Klorio.i.
Ii would take about three day? to toir
Tie Mexico In'.o Halifax in pleasant
xxi, tiler. Tile task would be longer In
i 'ip3 v sea.
Tile M.lco has no paienger.v Sh"
usually goes ,.,,t with cargo only and
tots lime r.irr;es general mercli'indis".
! Sim s a single etew of l.SS,", lone
gross, is S.'.l ffet ling and was bui'i
al H.ixrn in pin.;. Ar, I'aguet srf;,:
'"'Sim is a siaiuh xc-sel, nnd we have
! no f- ar about her " It is probable
that the Mexico received many re
j -pom-.-s. Hi in r call for assistance, and
lui'ier ships ilian the l-'rencli line boats
l may be fpeidiiig toward her.
i ICE WARNING TO LINERS.
i Fields Mny lie llllieeleil In Ilmitrs
' Wllhln l eiT lln.-is.
! Wcsntxc.Tov. .Inn. .til Itelu.rla pi,.
celved by the chief hydrogrnpher of the
navy Indicate that Held lee may be ex
pected in the steamship routes of tho
North Atlantic within a few days.
NO CHARITY BANQUET FOR HIM.
Mariir Won't --lllnr Ullh llltrs
While t.afarns Mrs llntiar..."
Sa.v I-Iia.vciscu, Jrtii. 30. .1. Siitt
Wilson, Socialist Major of 11. rkeley,
to-dav deellneii an Invllnlion to
attend to-night's $.1 a plate banquet
of the Associated Charities ot Sun
l'raiiclsco. In a letter which eon
tnlned a protfst against what the Mayor
termed "dining with Dives while Lazarus
lies hungry at the door." he said:
"Rut the supreme re-ison which f
offer for not accepting your Invitation
tn this banquet is that there Is some
thing vulgar nnd ostentatiously pngan
in the spectacle of a group of citizens
of a twentieth century city sitting doxvn
to a (II banquet xvlillo pictures are being
shown displaying the hunger of tho
i "I am not a very good Christian, r
! wish I were. Hut in the tome of Christ
i and His hungry people 1 enter my pro-
test against the xvnrd eli.nlty being used
in connection xvlth any such function."
HE'D DISPOSSESS OWN WIFE.
Jersey XI an Says Nlir anil Children
Are (uiirri-Isintic Truants,
I Kranlc .lager, 70 years old, of ."(il
j West street. West Iloboken, X. .1,. be
gan dispossess proceedings In the Ninth
! Hudson District Court yesterday In an
effort to oust Ills wife and three chil
dren, xvho live In the samo house with
him, but on nnother floor. He alleges
that they nro "disorderly, noisy and
quarrelsome" nnd that they quarrel
I xvlth and abuse other tenants,
i Mrs, .lager, having paid her rent up
I to the llrst of l-Vbrtniry, Ignored th
I three days notice to move when It was
, scrx'ed on her a few ilnya ago by t.
constable, Khe occupies live rooms on
the second door and ppys $10 a month
Tho Jnger., xvho xvero married
txventy-flvo years ago, have been
Hanged for eight yearn.
flUll'hKHl 11(111 It) TO MIAMI. NAS.SAl'
AMU HAVANA BY 'J HOI US.
Atlantic rotu Une. "N. V. Florida Special."
i::3S noon. S oilier train Dally. His ll woy.
1013, by tli Sun 'Wilful; unit I'ubiUhliig
'BRYAN'S NAME ALONE
i IS IN WILSON'S MIND
. Ctninof IN'ntciiilitT An One j
' KImi Kt'i'oiiiiiiciittril for I
1 Sei'i'Hiiry of Sltilp. ,
'i'Lvci: IS NOT S YKI'I
j Mjtk-, Dciiinl Tlml Col. K. M.j
, lloiisf CniTied I'ttliticiil
i .Mts.iiic lo Miami.
! "'V.iivto.x. .I. n. "'). That Hie name of
'William Jennings (tryun is tin- only one
lhat has iied tun if in Yc mind as a
l.-iitnlldnte f"i SeerelJty of Suite was ad
jmltted to-nlciit bv Presidenl- bcl Wil
son. Hlier names ll.ixe tier n vuggesied
l.i him dm lug the t oufei-ences he has
Ii ''I Willi th' leailns of his party - live
ot i-iX of 111 111, lie said but In- declared
he could not r. iiieiiibet an.x of them and
gaxe as h's reason (he fuel that mosl of
'them xx i r mentioned either for the die f
piece n the Cabinet or some oilier. Willi
(respect to Col, llrjati suggestions lime
not gone timber than tin- Secetetaryship
of Sim .
"Has anybody hi i n suggest d for S-c-tfiary
of State lusidts Mr. Rr.xnn?" tin
jlioxei iiof was arked.
"i i'n, yes," he nnsweird. "t cannot r
ipt'jt the l't. Inn there haxe been at
I least half a dozf-ii."
I "i 'an you recall the names of any of
'Straage'v enough I cannot righ.
now." said ilie Governor after a mo
ment "l-e.ause as it happens, the who'
st thai has been laid before me xxlt i
.few exceptions has been transferable.
Jtu 1 do kno'.x a number haxe been men
I tl'lied for that p'ace. '
The general illsciirsloli with Gov. Wl'-
son about lu Cabinet, the kind of men
' wlio may be expected to compos.- it and
,lhe way In which they will be Informed
of the'r selection clex eloped from tlm
Pi csideiit .elect's denial that Col. K. M.
IIoiiM- bote an message from him to Mr.
I'.rxan. Col (louse is an Intimate friend
of i he Govtrnor's nnd Is now In I'lorlda
at Miami, where Mr. Hryan lies a ranch,
i When ilie Governor was iisltrd directly
'if Col. House xvns bearing an Invitation
lo Col. Hryan to accept a Cabinet port
.fo.io Gov. Wilson replied.
"No: Col. House is on no such errand.
He has lieen Mr. Itrynn's friend for
txxetily xears. and xvhlle he Is nt Miami
he is not stopping xvlth -Mr. Bryan. Ho
.has separate residence."
' Gov. Wilson let It bo known that ho
does not contemplate ilie selection ot a
.Cabinet against Which the charce of be
ing mit of touch with public affairs can
"Do ini expect to appoint men of
practical expeibnce in public afi'alrn or
men more like yourself, who haxe not
he'll actively engaged in business or
"You see. I have both sorts under
'consideration." lie ansxvered. "so I can
not tell .xnil xot." Then be added quickly
and with n smile: "Rut 1 am not going
I tn make up n Cabinet of college presi
dent", if Hint l xvhal you mean." Then
after another rause: "You see, 1 am
living to make up a team."
! He (-aid that after lm has selected nil
the men he will llrst lenrn If they will
accept before he announces the names.
He xxas asked if any one had stig
gsted himself for Secretary of Stato
' or any other position.
j "I don't think auxbody has committed
'that Indiscretion." lm said.
The Governor's only conference to-day
xx ns with Rc-prescntatlxt' Carter Glass,
chalrtusn of the House sub-committee
on banking and currency.
I "Mr. Glass and I had a long talk
ii In nl the progri "s of the currency henr
ingp," lm said, "and In- pleased me by
telling nn- that he thought the attitude
of the big bankers who appeared before
'the committee xxas one of friendly o-
, operation. I iimlei stand the committee
will not report to the present session
Mr. Glass said bis report would bo
ready for pi i-sentntion at the specldl
' se.sslnn and Gov Wilson said "Good"'
Mmmi. J "in . Jan. 3n Declaring that
lli-nty Alexander of Trenton, X. .1. did
, not call upon him on political business
William J. Rrxan to-day denied tho re
ports sent out fiom Miami to the effect
IhHt Mr. Rryan hud given assiitances
that lie would accept the portfolio of
j Secretary of State In tin- Wilson Cnbl-
I net. Mr. Rryan said:
"Xo attention xvhatrver should bo
paid to such reports as xvere snt out
fiom Miami last night. Xo frlcifd
would presume lo speak for me In such
n matter and no man xvho would as
sume to speal; for tne can be considered
a friend. 1 take It for granted tlmt
1 President-elect Wilson will give out
; anything he wains published nnd I will
iglve out anything 1 want published,
.Wither of us should lie held responsible!
jfor what anybody sa.xs. Speaking for
myself 1 do not care to discuss tmau-
I thorlzed reports
I Following his conference xvlth Mr.
i Rryan last night Henry Alexander left
for Washington to-day. Col. K, M.
House of Texas und Hugh C. Wallace
of Washington State were in confer
enre xvlth Rrynn to-day. v
GEORGE T. NEWHALL MARRIES,
'llarxaril star, Nepliriv of Co, n
. tor, Wrils Xlrs. Kalherlne ,lnunc,
Pini.xpn.t-ittA, Jun. 30, Mrs. Knth
erine Muy Jnnney, formerly the. wife
i of Francis A, Jnnney of this city, from
; whom she .obtained a divorce, anil
George r. Txowuaii, mo ntar Harvard
football guard of '93 and '94, were mar
ried Inst Tuesday at Coronndo Reach,
Cal according to advices received hero
Mr. Xewhall Is a son of Mr, and Sirs,
Charles A. Xcivhall of this city and a
nephew nf Col. John Jacob Astor. lie
came Into prominence some years ago
when suit was brought against him by
London firm of tnilors. He eald ho
had no money.
In October. 1903, he was arrested on
complaint of the Hotel Wlllnrd, Wash
ington, on n charge of Jumping a board
Mil, The case was settled out of court.
PRINCE DOCTORS THE POOR.
si tin Ifh I'rorrssnrs I'rntesl Aanlnst
Cliarll- Work nl t lilxersltj.
Spmnt (tthl Hrittrli In The rv
Mi Mi-li. Jan. "0.- The medlcnl pto
fessors In the tiniverslt.x are cotuplaln
Ing becaiiM- the Govertiinent has allowed
Prince Louis Yrdlniiiid of Itavarla, who
Is a surgeon and who Is married to Urn
Inf Htm Maria de la Pa, of Spam, lo use
one nf I ho university buildings for the
purpose of carrying on Ills medical prac
tice, which in- has hlthcito conducted
at iln- palac".
Th" fuel that III Prince does not
charge any fee and I h.it he usually gives
incdlcliii-.s lo tiie poor wltliotit charge
has enlarged his practice tn Mich an ex
tent th.tt his patients cuntiol be nccotn
mod.lted ot the palace. Tho piolessors,
wlio have hitherto monopolized the unl
x (-rally building-', protest against such a
privilege 'ooit-g conferred on a pi.it tlslnt
phx sicl.i ii.
The (Internment Justllles Its action on
the ground tint It ought to encourage
doclols who glxe their services with
SHEPARDS TO SAIL FEB. 12.
Helen liinilil nnd Her lliislinml Will
t.eiive Their 1'nuntr.v lltuiie Tn-ilay.
Mrs b'inie.x J. Shepard. who xvns
, Mbs Helen Gould, Is booked to sail with
her litisKind In Hie Cunarder Mntire-
tanl.i on l-'cbrttary ". They are ex-
peeled in arrive nt llielr Maniinttnn
.home, ."TH Fifth nvetnie. to-tla, leaving
1 Lvudhtiist this morning They xxlll de
. bark at I'lsligualfl and go to I "ranee to
vlnlt Hie Ta'leyrands. It is said they
Jxilll pass most of the winter at a Hil
lside tet'ort In southern Prance.
WEST POINTERS TO GERMANY.
Thli-lern Cadet. Will Rr Intlteil to
SJr,.i f tlftfitttf tn Tnr M.
RtatLiN, Jan. 30. The German Gov
ernment nt tin- beginning of .(etober
I next xvlll Invite thirteen students from
' the Military Academy nt West P.olnt
to come to Germany and studv for six
months at tne military schools at
' Xels'e and Metz and also to pass six
' months as Lieutenants in the German
cavalry and artillery regiments.
The scheme Is to be tried out for two
! GOLD LOVING CUP FOR M'COMBS.
Trstininnlal K)l Inches Utah I'rntu
I National Committee Associates,
j William F McCombs. chairman of
the Demociatlc XntliMial Committee,
' will receive n gold loving cup, twenty-
jslx Inches high, from his associates on
the Xatlonnl Committee. Xormnn K.
Mack, former chairman, will speak for
the Xatlonnl Commltteo and Henry
Mnrgenthau xvlll represent the cam
The cup, which, it Is understood, cost
$ l.r.OO. will ls presented to Mr. Mc
Combs at Democratic national head
quarters at - o'clock next Wednesday
MAY GET TWO DREADNOUGHTS.
nil Xt" Men Moprfnl of Hirud
in ml In Till 1 rar't Illll.
Washington. Jan. 30. Despite tln
hitler fight made by the "small navy"
men nt the last scyston nf Congress, re
suiting In nn authorization for only one
'battleship, the prospects are bright for
I tlm Incorporation In this year's naval
bill of an amendment providing lor tin;
construction of two dreadnoughts.
The naval budget now lieing franmd
(by the House Committee on Xax-al
j.ffairs will tie reported early in Feb
ruary. A vote on the navy additions.
Including two battleships, xvlll be taken
'in committee on Saturday or Monday.
All the Republican meniliers of tho
'committee and some of the Democrats,
notably Representative Hobson of Ala
jbamn. aie "big navy" men. They nro
1 hopeful that n sutllclent number of
1 Democrats will swing over to enable
'the committee to recommend two bat
i tleshlps In this year's bill.
' The Senote committee nnd the Senate
I itself as at present constituted are fa
j voralile lo txvo battleships a ear.
WARNS GUM C HEWERS.
Ilahlt May Hurl stomach and C ..-,
' X . XI. I . , doctor aj.
Washington, Jan. 30. A warning
; against the excessive tts.c nf chewing
1 gum was Issued lo-day to the 1,300
athletes of the Y. M. C. A. by Dr.
S. H. Greene, Jr., dean of the associa
tion's physical examination staff.
"Thu Immoderate use nf chewins;
gum," said Dr. Greene, "may lead to
stomach disorders mid occasionally may
also bo a conducive cause of weak
UNWRITTEN LAW ACQUITS HER.
.Mr. Myrtle Harnca Und Killed n
Cooi:f.vili.k, Tenn., Jan. 30. A Jury to
dny acquitted Mrs. Myrtle R.irnes, wlfj
of one of the wealthiest men In Putnam
county, of tho chaw of murdering Mrn.
Delia Jtidd, Her plea wa the unwritten
Last May Mrs. Rnrnes boarded n train
near her home, sought out Mrs, Judil
, and shot her dead. Mrs. Harims had
I charged that undue Intimacy existed.
twecn her husband and Mrs, Judd.
PICKPOCKET GETS HER ALL.
Vt.lOO Iii Jewelry and Mnnrr
Miatehrd From Stiopprr's llaudhav.
-Mrs. Anna Fromer of 10 West 112th
street went Into a fish store tn Kust
111th street last night and bought forty
five cents worth of fish. When she
reached Into her handbag to pay sho
A moment Inter she xvns exclaiming
that somebody in the store had Just
taken $2,900 worth of Jewelry and $100
out nf her bag, At the East 104th
street station she told the police that
tho Jexvelry and money represented F. o
savings of her lifetime.
1T. VAI.KsJTleiK"8 00I.F TOIBNAMKNT.
I'l.siF.HUHST. .V. C. FKH. 4.. Poll Kntrlr
received, llnloy a delightful week's tolf. Inn,
eetbtwrd OOlcsj, 11M BrrMdw-, Att.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Deninnds of Sulzor Tlmt He
Nominate Him to Suc
WKDNKSDAY LIMIT SKT
(Joveriioi Said to Have
Agreed to Name Tammany
$-io.ooft,o(m sfinv.vY smrp
.riianups iii Intpi'hoi'oiifjrli's f'on-
j ll'ilct K.IPt'l('tl to SllVr
Iiii:' Sum to (,'ity.
Gov. Stilzer will receive to-d.iy a mic
gestlon direct from Chnrles I". Murph),
leafier of Tnminany Hall, that tlm Gov
et nor appoint John II. Delanex to tuc-
jceed William R. Willcox on the Public,
fccrvico Commission. Mr. Murphy's
communication i-ays that Mr. Dclaney
Is his only choice for the place and ho
j suggests that Mr. DoUney's name bo
r-ent to the Senate not later than next
Mr. Murphy's action was taken after
a conference xxltli s-omo of his frieu
I at Dclmonico's last evening. It was said
, that Gov. Stilzcr bad agreed to nomi
nate any man suggested by Mr. .Murphy,
nnd for this reason- according to sev
eral Democratic leaders at the confer
ence, il xvas as Rood ns settled that
Mr. Delancy would succeed Mr. Willcox.
The subway conferees who ore deler-
( mining the form that the lntcrbotough
Jnnd B. R. T. contracts with the illy
j shall take when Anally submitted for
'signature made changes xcsterdsy in
I the Intcrborough contract which, it was
said, xvould ultimately result In a finan
cial advantage to the city of perhaps
$30,000,000. The chief of these changes,
xxas In the "recapture" clause. It pro
vides that the Interborough shall not, In
the event the city shall reclaim the
lines, recelx-e the double allowance lor
equipment, tn which objections hav
been raised. This change alone. It was
said, would mean a difference of $3.",
000,000 to the city.
The chief change in the tl. I! T. con
tract was to strike out the clause pro
viding for the "sound to ocean" route,
consideration of which almost caused a
Hot at the public hearing on the
MURPHY PICKS DELANEY.
Tamiiinnv I. ratter "nnirs In liinrr
nor III ( holer tn Snt-t-t-i-il Wlllcm.
Charles F. Murphy sent to Albanv last
night tlm suggestion that Gov. Suc:cr
appoint John II. Dekuve' to be Public
Service CiimmisslriniT to sueteed Will,
lorn R. Willcox. As a m.itt-r of f o t.
Gov. Snl::er lias tol a number i f his
Di mocratlc friends who. Incidentally,
are close to Mr. Murphy Hint be wo el
appoint an organization Democrat to
.succeed Mr. Willcox. and that lie w.nini
appoint "any man whom Mr. Murphy
vnggestcd for the plait."
Charles I". Murphy, chief of Tammi.iy
Hall and leader of the Democratic S.ato
oig.inlation, decided ei Dclmonico's last
night to take Gov. Sulr.er at h!s v.- -rtl,
and ii directed that Gov. Sulr.e.- be ,u
fiirmed that bis only tir.nlldnte to;- Pub
lic Service Conimisslciner to succeed M".
Wlllcx- Is Mr. Del;.ney.
Gov. Sutzer will receive the w ml fr ni
Mr. Murphy this nioinlm; in A'b.i.i .
cither at the Kxecutlce Mani-ain oi al
the Kxecutlve Chamber, accorclin-. to
tlm tellable information wii-cb aim n.ghi
tame mit of the confluence nt De n. a
no's. tlov. Su'zcr xvltliln the la U fcr'.x
"Islit hours has recelxed a protest oc
t.xcred iKT.soually b.v John II. McC i -cy,
leader of the Kings county Deniocrai,
against the jppiiliitnient of Mr. Di-lamr,
nnd this v.as regarded last night as a
very curious proceeding, for the r' son
that Mr. Dclaney Is a constituent of Mr.
McCoocy and Mr. McCooey Is a con
stituent of Mr. Murphy.
Gov. Sulzcr lias hoped, it xx'aa dedaicd,
that Mr. Murphy would suggest to him
n man to succeed Mr. Willcox xvho in
the Governor's estimation would bo
"competent to accept the Mayoralty
nomination of the Democrats next fad."
As to xvljethcr or not Mr. Delancy meas
ures up to the Mayoralty standard Mr.
Murphy and his friends didn't care to
express mi opinion last night.
Mr. Dclaney hns been an important
member of Typographical Union Xo. ti,
better known ns "Rlx Six." Several
years ago he xx-os a candidate for mem
ber of the Hoard of Kducatlon nnd xvas
defeated. Subsequently, through Mr.
Murphy's Influence, he xvtis made busi
ness manager of the Hominy TcWutoph,
and more recently Gov. Sulzer appointed
him on a committee with John X. Car
lisle of Watertoxvn and 11. Gordon Lynn
ot Manhattan to Inquire Into the Stat
departments at Albany.
It should be said In connection with
this commltteo that immediately aft-?r
Gov. Sulzer's election as Onvernnr, when
ho returned to Washington to rompleto
his duties as Congressman, Mr. Delnnoy
was sent along by Mr. Murphy 'to be at
Mr. Sulzer'i elboxx-, nnd there was no act
of Mr. Sulzcr, the elected Gox'ernor .
tho State of Xew York, It was sulci last
night, no man whom he saw In Wash
ington, and no decision of the Governor
elect that Mr. Dclaney did not quickly
report to Mr. Murphy In Xcw York.
In so many xvords, according to Demo
cratic testimony last night, Mr. Dclaney
was Sir. Sutzer's shadow In Washing
ton. Sir. Sulzer never escaped frctt
this shadow and Sir. Dclaney has been
constantly with hhn since the Governor
xvns Inaugurated nt Albany. ,
Charles F. Slurphy, It was sal" last
night, wntH the subway nperatlnr" con
tracts signed Immediately, and he Is coi-'