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0I, I, XXX. NO. 155.
XEW YORK, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1913. ' opiright, 191.1 ii the Si n I'mito'p nml Publishing Association
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
READY TO RUSH
INCOME TAX BILL
ImiM' Denwerats Plan lo
lirino; Measure Hefore
STATES IX FAVOR
jm.iioo Kxpected lo ho Mini
mum on Which One Per
i (Mil. Will He Levied.
,iitt- New Jersey to (iivc Kiwi I
Mule Itiitificniioii of
l'ell 1 'I he l.i v.... I.I..
'! Wot Virginia Legislature
,n I tie income tax tosollltion
1 t'u. aim ndnietit will moon be
(I.. I --d.--.-i 1 Constitution So
ate the Democratic leaders
i- oil till- subject that thev
1 1 ..o: pi cpir.it ions for the ilraft-
I'l.nino t.i lull to lie submitted
il -e."i..n in connection with
me tax me i-uie it was learned
"i-ve a-i a stili-titute for the
v - I evi-i.e tax lull which wn
I l-v t.'i" House at the list session
atel which was iliMjcnwl to
., , i he Hi.(i.ki,(io lo4 m revenue
I liv putting sugn- on th" free
tew., (.,!t the Democrats will seek
. .in iitcomi' tax lull for th" pur-
t'i'M-iiiia cuts in tevenuc cut-ed I
' . r n;; i if duties caill" to-d.iy -0011 !
' - Ways and .M.-itiH Committee ,
- i . - i it - -1 1- public h",iniiKi and
i ' iheinvlvo-. down to the t;t-t
' ' inn th" tat 111 lull which l're-idelit
.-I .1 tb Democrat"1 arc to pre- '
' . I--.- country at the openim; of th" i
M'S.,ltiU ol C.lllCI'f'Ss
w ircmia h the thirty-fifth htate to I
' ii" inconi" tax amendment l-'axor-.icttoti
by otii.' inoro Stat" will muku ,
i p.irl of th" I e-.ierrtl Constitution.
Democrats in Coti(;re-.s nro look-
the St.it of New Jersoy to takn
1 n.. I notion on this important nmend-
-.' One branch of the Now Jersey
-kit urn already lias voted in fuvor
' 'i" amendment, ami the Democrats
.-v.. that tho other liouso will do
,. vuwi within a few days. Thero are,
eer. five otlier (state Ie'irislatures
o f ion which havo not as yet ratified )
ti ainetidmeiit. Theso .ir Massachu
retmsylvania. DeUwnre, Wyoming
n I New Mexico. At least two of theso
nr known to he favorable to tin
amendment and are, certain to act. on
bef-iro th" inauguration of President
"nsideralilo satisfaction wn oipresod
nt "i" news that Iresidint-elct Wilson,
...ivuu; ttrgii tho incomo tax amend
met t in his annual message to tho New
er-ev 1'gislature, erpects to discuss
ii" i-etiding rfsilution with State Sen
i..r on Monday. 'Die resolution paused
s.,.Hbiy on lost Monday night,
rid since thero is required the ratitlca
n i f only one more Statu Legislature
- M-cur" the amendment to tlm Constitu
len h,. anxious tliat New Jersey shall
raxe the lionor.
"It the Senate passes it then the neoew
ry three-fourths of all tho States vrill
han piven tlieir ratlllcations, " h Raid
'o-nigJit "It would be fine if New Jersey
'--ual elincli it "
Die i lu'-.icterof tlie income tax measuro
ii' ili Democrutt wijl seek to enact
nm er'.im at this time and flov. Wilson
. . h.u-a good deal to nay on that sub
Soin.. ,.f the Democratio leadert, give
i t'e'ir opinion that they will bnek to
- ' $lno.ooO,ooo through tlm medium
' ii." income tax. This means that a
''iiu.i.v low rata will lie fixed. If the
ic ut l.ngland, which are high, were
i'"i m this country they would yield
-lie .11 111,(111(1,000.
'' ici-ords of the State Department
'h.it only lour States thus far have
! 'ho (incomei tax amendment.
r - .ire Connecticut, Now Hampshire,
I'- Island and Utah.
I ,it,.s tiiat have ratified the amend
1 Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona,
: a Colorado, Georgia, Idaho,
- li.di.ina, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky,
- - ' I. Maine, Maryland, Michigan,
' -oi.i. Mississippi, Missouri, Mon
i S-braska. Nevada. Now York.
arohiui, North Dakota, Ohio,
Oregon, .South Carolina, South
leiuiessee, Texas, Washington,
' - i and West Virginia.
"ii.i was the first State to ratify.
V ciama Legislature registered its
.i on August 17, 1W9. New York
i 'ne proposed amendment on
' -iitalivo Hull of Tennessee, u,
f tlm Ways and Means Com-
i' is been the active leader in tlie
r several years in tho matter of I
tax resolution, Ho will Jiax'e a i
i .il to do with tlie drafting of the I
W i.'ii he wasaskisl to-day in regard
i 'iposeil legislation lie Kiid:
uiieiidmeiii uiidoiibtedly will lie1
i in time for Congress to enact an
i. ix law at tin; extra hessjou as u
Democratio tarilT programnio. I
en proparingmyeolfforhomotlme when Qulnllsk, standing close besido
las!: which I IiuIIuvh xve would be her, flred. He was dead when a police
upon to perform this year. In j man from the station house, summoned
moii i tin American people will . hy Mrs, De Lacey, arrived.
"' a giaduaied income tax is the I
Mutable and just of any tax mean- Dot Tlp, northers nrownert,
v have over known." ' rHOViniwcs, Feb. 1. Kanry Iloblnson,
- lie details of tlio income tax bill . 16 yeara old, and Walter Rohlniwn, 31,
' lacking, the impression in Waiih- brother", were drowned In Oreenwlch Hay
thul It will follow nrettv clnsnlr 1Mt nlirnt. J ney were eaufnt in a sua
"Jl 11 '"ow Pretty Closely rf Hfter teavln I5hs nr....
' . mo lines of lii" exeiae tax measure
Continued on Qlohth Page.
WOMEN VANDALS IN TOWER.
i Hm, it ( (,1,,,, Where I'riinn .Irnrln
Are Ki'iH I'liln.-rs lliiscil,
Siviat lol.U Detpattt. In Tin: St- ;
LoNHl.V, Feb, Ilvc-tltM nf 111.' dav
, huv.. ii'ivfit that tin. precautious
. truth taken to guard llrltlsh art trc.ix
Itres iiK.illlKt the militant suffragettes
,xicio t.ry noccss.iry. A Unman cu
, terod tin- Tower of London In the after
noon ii ml smashed a glass ran,. In the
WaKelleld Tower, where tlie crown .l-w-,
els an. kept, with a piece of Iron which
( "ho had coiit-enle.1 lii her nlec e. Within i , ' f
.an hour orders weie Issued i losing tltu ,
tower ninl tho royal pu luces.
i .onlili- the case 111 th" Wakclleld
Tower another cam in the tower was
broken. This contains the orders of
Merit which the tiovcrunient bestows.
A woman ulvlnir her tinine us Leonora
Cohen was arrested for this aliil enm- .
inltteil to trial at the Thames police I
court. H.ie did about $:!.-. worth of!
kiiiiiiiikii uie niiuiorillcs no riot minis '
necessary to close the National I
i.iinorv or tho P.r tlsh .Museum cxten.
Hive precautions have been made to pie
vent vatidallMii lit those l.ices. Simi
lar preventive mcusiites have. been
'taken tit the C.ulldhall. An extra detail
, of uniformed police and detectives h:i
heen sent to each place.
During the afternoon a woman TiroUe
. three windows In Hampton's furniture
store in Tall .Mall Hast. It will take J.'iOO
them The woman whs at-
Tj it-writer Mnn Cut Off Kcl.-i-tivoi.
Who Tried to lltive
lame- H.irtlcit irnmmnn.i mw.n i
ami. iiartnti Jintnmnnd. mien-
tor or ihe typewriter beannn his i
name and ownfr of nearly all the Mock
1 it the companv. who died on his x-.icht I
at St. AtiKUstlne. fl.i., on .lanunry 27.'
left hi-entire estate to the Metropolitan
.Museum. The estate is esiuu.ited to
be worth between ttiOV.QOO and fxoo.OOO.
Mr. Hammond's will cuts off his n-l.i-I
tlvrs and heirs at law. all of whom live
outside of the State. In lew i if the fact
that proceedings wire b.-oueht In 1'.'07
by his telatlves to have him i
Inromjirtent throimh drink, a
time it was nllei;ed that he r..ul situan.
dered about Jl'ilO.IMlO. it is expected that
the relatives will contest the will.
The provisions of '.he wld were made
public yesterday by Neal D. Uech r, a
lawyer of tin Wall street, who Is named
as one of the executors. He was .Mr.
llammnnu s adviser for many
The will was drawn on Aimust 3a lart
Just b.-fore the testator left for a cruise
to tne south on Ills nouselioat. Tlie will I
says In part:
' "III tU .....r.Ar...
..ll ..'.-.l.. ... nil., ii
I chad d!"
possessed, with the
exception of mv
H,0,'K' 1,1 ,," Hammond Tjpewrlter Com
pany, I give to th Mi-troolitan Mil
seum of Art absolutely. All mv "tn.-k
In the Hammond Typewriter Cmpiny
Of Which I Shrill die poSM'Ksei 1 KlVe to
my executors, in trust, nevtrtheless to
hold said stock and collect the Income
thereon and pay the Income annually
to the Metropolitan Museum of Art !r.
New York city."
The executors nr Mr. H"il;er mil the
Farmers Loan anil Trust Cmpiny. T! .
will provides that th" trust estate of
the typewriter stock shall cease upon
the death of both the present president
of the Farmers Loan and Tru-t Com
pany and Mr. Decker. The n.ick then
goes to the Metropolitan Mu-eum ab
solutely. Mr. Decker explained yesterday that
this provision of the w.ll was made In i
order to keep the Hammond Typewriter !
Company intact during the lives or
both trustees. Mr. Hammond owned
520 shares out of a total Issue of f.;o
shares of the typewriter stock. He got
possession of the stock by a legal ac
tion after having given away most of
It to his employees tinder the belief that
he xvas about to die.
The estute consists thleMy of the
typewriter stock, which Is believed to
he worth nearly SCO0.00O. Mr. HeJker
said Its actual xalue is not known be
cattsu there have been no wiles of the
stock for about twenty years. Mr.
Hammond had nn Income o about
JSO.OnO a year
POLICEMAN KILLS HIMSELF.
It-calls 111 Wrilillnic
versa ry to Ilia I'lnnerr,
After Haying to his llancce that it ivas
the twenty-fourth anniversary of his
first marriage, Policeman Daniel F.
Qulnllslt, attached to tho Hutler ureet
station In Hrooklyn, shgt and killed him
self last night.
Ho lived with his brother at 3122
Snyder avenue, where Mrs. Lelscha I)e
I.acex. a widow, whom lie was enn-iiL-e.l
- ... . j
to marry, occupied tho otlier part of thO
two lamuy House, wuiniisit was on post i the director of tho Police Department
last night In Kicks street, but after tell-1 iy yyav Ueyhurn. despite the protests
Ing a hergeant that he. was feeling 111 of mnny dvlu f,,,,,,,.,,, ,mil mt h
and believed ho would report sick, ho )n ,1(.,, Iimk. l)(,ff. lh( vmTKPH WH.e
stopped in at 11 lun ar street, which h j ln,1(, Um hlH appointment was made
three doors from the slatlon, to seet(l mv corporate ,,.b,M llmt ,.
Mrs. Do Lacey, who was vNltlng herjlu, , j,.iVor .,.,,, At , (
sister there. i t, Mlr,,t,t t..u- sum,. j10 ,vnN bitterly as-
Jt is said that he wanted to give M.s. j miu.llt )lUt Hllu. , hi llnH ,, ,,,, ,
De Lucey part of his salary, which he j,H necusiis,
hud Just received, as Mrs, De Lucey had ' "... .
taken charge of paying off n sinal dibt
he owed, They wero lo have been nu r
rled when the money, J.llirt, was paid,
Mrs. Do Lacey said afterward that
there hud been no quarrel and nothing
to Indicate that Qulnllsk was despondent,
She iccalled nothing significant about
their conversation except Qulnllsk's re
murk about his first marriage. She had
turned to a mirror to adjust her hat
wlch. Their boit was overturned, other
boats In the vicinity fulled to are the accident.
CLAY CONVICTED OF
Director of Public Snfel.x
Two Contriictors Cinilh
of l,oo(iii fit v.
A ('A INST
jAinpiit Only One f l-'oiir Ac
I ciisod WIiom' Comiciion Court
'"iiii.ium.i'Iiiv. Feb. As l, . iun.ix
to 1111 Intensely dramatic tu.il, full of
sensation.'! dcVc otinictits. the tore In
ii,n ....so ,,r it...,-.. m.... ,.i '....
. . ... ......... . ,. I'll nil l 1'J.Ul.ll'l
of 1'iibllc Safety, and three other men.
charged with having considred to de- '
fraud tho i Sty out of JHOO.OOC, hrouKht
in a verdict this afternoon almost ill- I
re-tly opposed to the instruction of ;
.ludKe Staples, who presided. j
t'arl Xlleiulxer. Iiresetit city at -hil.-ct
whom .Indue Staples practically advised '
the Jury to convict, was acquitted. Olay j
and Conttactors .lohn It. WIkkIiis and j
Wdl.ird H. Wntta were adjudged aullty :
IVmltni; atKiiment? for a new trial to
' be heard on .March 1. the convicted men
were released In JS.OUU hall each.
The chin-Res" attalnst the four do
I fendatits Krew out of the f'ntllti Invosti
U'iitlon of u year hko. The men wero
indicted on twelve t-ounts of fraud and
consphacy to defraud the city on four
contracts, two on city t.alhhou.ses. one
on a truck house and another on a com
bined police and lire station.
All the defendants except. Wlstflns
1 were present when the Jury came In Im
mediately after leerss. Clay, who was
. ...j . ...... ......
tlie Director of l-ub Ic Safetv dnrlmr
the Director of Public Safety durlnir
the l,l street car strike In 1010. sat
bolt upright and his head Jerked back as
though he had been struck when the
fui t'tu.in of the Jury announced
, ;KU,1I- ,
..... " , " . . 'V ' i
;fiu iuu-ii in ins i-iiiiu. oui ins race ,
, puled. ;
Zllenziser. who was acquitted, almost
' collapsed. Tears streamed down his '
' c,"'l,,,, aml 1,0 lnov p'l to a dark corner j
' pf .!ht' rm,m to "vt,i(l ,m' Ku0 nf ,llt' I
To-day's erdlct by no iiichiis ends
ith,. case, flay, Wlu-uins and
will tlttht aKalnst filtering the ier.lten- I
lo lliitn. In case Judce Stnple.s re
fuses a motion for n new trial the hither
courts will be asked to review th" de
cision. Tho Jury after lIstenltiK to evidence
for nineteen days took Just twenty-four
nours io arrive m n ennci
Tlie Jury had no doubts about the
cullt of Henrv Cluv
said the foreman,
James . Avery. "To our minds the
testimony clearly showed tnat he nn
chietly responsible for the frauds. V
believed that he ought to have at
tended to his business. The Jury be
hex cd that Mr. Watts xvhlle on the xx-lt-ness
stand prai tically convicted him
self and his partner.
"As to Mr Zllenzlkier the Jury believed
that he was not responsible for the
frauds and had not profited by them.
Ziletiziger was merely an employee of
the city anil carried out the otders of
his superiors, i mr verdict xvus not
reached hastily, but resulted from long
and earnest deliberation oxer tho evi
deni" presented We believe Jutice
Kxperts test It!, d at the trial that on
a polltv station that coht U0.m Watts
and W'lvglns made fl'Z.ouij prollt Until
contrat tms became wealthy as a result
of their participation In city contractu. I
, . ' , lt',lur" "l " 'a"
lice, It xvas '
"i-ni'-'ii ' - (inn iM-eu iiiijjossiuie ior an
other contractor to get a contract unless
J the plans could not be changed so Watts
I fin.l X'l...lnu 1.1 ..I.. ...
... ...h,.'..-. .juiii iiiut.. ii oik prouu
An aggregate of the amounts made by
the favored cor.ttvu-tors shfiwed that
they had received at least J200,0 In
profits In the three yeats that Clay was
able to pass upon contracts, but It was
not shown that Clay profited directly.
Clay has been prominent In l'hlladel
phla politics for thirty-five yours. His
undoing came Just prior to the Ust
election, wheu the Vares, the downtown
leaders, lined up against Penrose nnd
McNlchol and the Catlin Investigation
resulted. Tho ratlin commission was
dominated by Pentose and Clay wa-j
backed by the Varey,
Clay was formerly Ueeelver of Taxes.
He was long a member of the Select
Council und served as the president of
that body for ten years. He came Into
power xvt.en the old gas ring went to
Jail, lie was a friend of Hardsley,
Harry Hunter, Charles S. Haines,
William H. Kcmble. the street railway
man. and others who were convicted
of looting the public treasury.
Schooled by these old masters in tho
h.lf,i . ,,,, numi "t-olllluulllKiepi .
politician himself and In 1907 was made
gamn of politics, ho soonhecanioanadept
TAFT BRAVES GALE' FOR GOLF,
I'.njojs (inme Drsptlr IIIiIiib Wind
ml Fremitus; Temperature,
Wapiiuvoton, Feb. 1. President Taft
played golf this nfternoon in a freez
ing temperature nnd a bltln wind, With
him were John Hays Hammond, the
mining engineer, and Major Hhonds,
Tho wind was so strong nnd changeable
over the rolling coutso that they wxa ,
able to make only alow headway, nl
though the President obtained plenty I
of exercise ploughing Into the (rule, '
"Therremlerrarrlrrof thsNoplh," '
Thr Natlnn llllhwsm nf TrnvH frnm I hn iu
tnltinMninuarrMirlsanilrlilrsiif ihn HniiitiUnit
Aahrvllle. "Tlie Ivni't nf tlm Hky," ColiilnhU,
A'lgtislo. Allnl, lllrmlnihsm, MnMIs, Stf Or
Irani, challannnf-a, MsniphU, Ti nini rtlrenl
mm in Trxas, Seilcn, rlltrnl and lnama,
N, X tinier, Ml flfih Ave ru-;ih Nl, aSi.
WIPE SUES RAYMOND BELMONT.
slum till I lli-lite In L n nlil.ni-
Hill . lllll.ll! .
I.iliel l.ouiir.e. fiitmerly of 'h- W li
ter (lard, n, .icties-i. whose munlim- to
It.iymond llolmont on November last
Aiixtist llelmont. father of the youut:
' llliill, hi.l heen seeltlUK to have antllllid
has bioiiKht action for sepnritlon
aain-'t her hij-ibund. .Mrs r.elinotr
i(ll(-c.i dcettlon and lum-Mippott
The Jiapets will be tiled tills weel.
by C.etttiei. Simon . Aslur of
' liroauway. w ho lepiesetll .Mrs ll Mruui
: In the proce.uiuiK. Herman !et-tie:-i
nild lajt nUht that a "substantial" ah-
llinliy would be dem.indi.d of WHIilt; 1!"l-
I Th" m lie .hi H.-lmntii wnl h.n
be bv i i.ilic.itlou, the lawvi r said. 1..1
less t'ui' ieimt husband returns .-moii
from So un Carolina, where he I- s. .1
o have mud' fur a V.Hatlon.
Mrs lieimont left the (iosfntd .ipmi
inents, :':b! U'.-st i'ift -ilith s-reei. iit,
weeU. nud her w Hereabouts hi no
VISITS NIGHT COURT
Willi Mr. Iclielheinier
sliows Interest in Win
unrd ('iris' ("uses.
Mi- Wil.ij'u K. Vandet.nl Mrs.
Iletir;- Ukelhelnier and a relat.vi' of
Mrs. Vandcrbllt from Aiken, S. C. went
to th" women's nl:ht court at lo o'clock
last tilcht to inspect Its v.orklntrs and
talk with Magistrate Hetberi
Mr.- Vanderbllt InterestHd ,11 '
attempt to reform Kir; and her friend
watched the jirocecdlm;-. with lntr
j niree pu-licii tiler wav tnroush
.. . ...
l "' ir""" u,,,t ""r nanl!," '"M":
,h" l'"r'"I1'r"''! of the ulnomy old .lefi.-r-
H0 -Market .itid iiianaed to set seats
well up amon-: the spectator.- They
coiildn t hear everythins from where
they sat. but -re able to et the Rlst
T'"':'' wo"' ""'ro untl1 '""Inlitht wlien'
they went to the bench and were Intro- i
duci-d to MiiKistrute Herbert. They
talked with him for some time about:
'tne larious notnes to which they nud
j s,.en many of the prisoners sent aiid the
problems that the court presents, '
.Miss Alice Smith, thp probation olllcer.
with tile Klrls and the work she doe.
They told her that they thotiKht that
Mamstrate Herbert had Nhown unusual
IMtlence and displayed the best of Judg
ment In his handling of the cases
BIG NAVY IDEA GROWS IN HOUSE.
XiiiiiI flairs C'lnimlltre I.IU.-lr lit
II reoiillneilil Tun lln 1 1 It-sti I pa.
j VMiiiNirri).v. Feb. 1 At a meeting
' to-day of the House Committee on Na
val Affairs it was decided to postpone
' until February e a vote on the recotn
I mendatlon of the Administration that a
I provision be Inserted In this year's
; naval lull authorizing the construction
of txxo battleships.
The discussion to.ilay seemed to Indl
cat" that a majority of the committee
favors two limb-ships, and mich an ml
' ihtion to the navy will in nil proba
, blllty 1" aiuhorle.1 if those in charge
are persuaded that the Hons., will fol
i low the lead of the committee
i sentiment Is growing In th
j in ravor or tlie "big navy Idea, and its
ulvocates are hopeful that discussion
on the floor will win votes for the two
BIG MAN STUCK IN BOOTH
Knur Porters Rztrlrate lllm
Kdwnrd M. Slarvln of
who weighs 250 pounds, wore a big fur
lined coat xvhen he squeezed Into a tele,
phone booth in the Lackawanna sta
tion at Hobokeu yesterday.
When he tried to get out ne
got wedged In the door. Four negro
portcra puued on him and nu Interested
crowd of hundreds of waiting passen
gers cheered when they restored him to
To-day Consists of
Seven Sections, as
FIRST CtntrtlN'rwi . .16
SECOND -Sportin- .... 8
THIRD -Real Eit.te. FiiuiicUl . 8
FOURTH -PictoriIMi((jtinf . .16
FIFTH Foreign, Fmliions, Reioilt,
Roolci, Queries. (Umei . 10
SIXTH - Children' M(iine - 8
&VENTHScMy, lramt, Music.
Rtadtn or ntuiJealtrt who
Jo not ttttltt all of these
itctioru ulll confer a faeor
on "The Sun" by nottfytnt
the Publication Department
at once by the pfione (2200
Bceman), and Ihe missing
lections will be promptly
forwarded, If possible
MILLS GETS 7 YEARS
FOR BANK WRECKING
Indue Hunt Imposes l,onj Term
Despite l'len for I'enni
1 1 II IS l- ATi: SOON SKTTI.KD
I St'll It'lH't'd
I'ive Minutes Wter
Convict ion of Misjipplx iny
the Audubon's Fund.
h" had b. i n found
the fluted States
file miiuiUs aftei
utility by a luty in
District Cuit yesteiday David S. Mills. I
the fontier president of tl.e Audubon'
National JIanU, v.tw M'tiKnceil by JndKe
Hunt to seven years In the federal'
penitentiary at Atlanta tor misapplying '
J.'.O.ooii worth of the fund" of his batik
and thus (IriMnr, the institution Into,
Mills, ei-'il but pale tool, both the
let-dut and the setiteiue with eiiu.i -
nlmity only once did he show the slight- I
est mmi of emotion. Shortly after the I
loremaii tne .turv aid teail tlie ver-
diet Mills slid dm. n .11 his ilrnlr mid
lii-cil his iye.-- for n btief moiin.it
There was a slicht tontractlon of his
facial muscles, but that was all. Nor
was theie any Indication of bravado
In his tuanner. Hl. attitude seemed tit
be that of th" man who it-cards his
tat" as a lelu-r from unbearable sus
The Jmy leli the ihiuii room at
about 2 I'. .M . mill nf:. 'i luncheon pra.
ci edi-d to their deliberation. Shottly
after o'l'liH'U th'-y teturiied with their
verdict. Assistant f nlted States Attor
ney Levy moved for an immediate ."en
tetice and .Indue Hunt complied
William M. Iiln-., who was associated
with ex-Senator IMirar T. I'rackett In
the defence of Mills, asked for leniency
on behalf of his client
He told the
.at a lenirthy
.ludKe that the former li.ml:
was In 111 health and that
prison term would tindoubtedlv prove
fatal to him.
"The coinlcted man,'' said Mr Ivins,
"has a wife and two children, one of
them .1 and the other 0 years of ai;e. I
personally can answer for the fact that
they are penniless and the sooner Mills
from prison the better It will
hem. lnce ibev nr.. ,i....en.ten i
be for them, since they are dependent
on him for support."
Mills then was called to the bar and
asked If he had nnythhiK to say. why
sentence should not be passed upon him.
He answered sravely In the neimtlvc.
I In response to questions put to him by
I the Judge. Mills said that he xx-.is -12
years of age and had been 111 for cev-
crnl years with intestinal trouble.
".My sympathy govs out to your fam-
II " said the Judge, "for they are the
ones xvho must really bear the burden of'
your misdeed, f nfortuuately. however,
this case mut act as a deterrent to
oth.r crimes of a similar nature. Hut
for the sake of your family I shall deal
Ilith t mi nu In.ilt.nfl. ..u tl.n !..... .11 :
. f " '""-
and the conditions warrant. I seutenco
xou to "
litre the Judge pausfd and to the
spcctatols It seemed thnt he was about!
lo either parole Mills or give him n year 1
or so. ine conclusion of his sentence.
seven years in the federal iietiltentlarv
at Atlanta, wa totally unexpected.
Mills, according to th" Government's
charge, In order to oust his board of dt- Washington. Feb 1. --President-elect
'rectors sold the Audubon National ' Wilson wants his classmates of Prince
Hank to David Nletro. a roving fin an f ton '7fl to assemble liere for n .timUr
House i clop t'"' owm'1' (,f ' Plantation In
. '.Jl'.inamii, for an assortment of bogus
notes maile out by Metro at Mills s suo
I CT'Htl'm 1111,1 Ial''r "l"Count,.
1 In the
Audubon bank Itself. It was also
charged that only about 30,0UO of the '
money received In discounting the notes
whs actually used In the purchase of
the stock from the various directors ,
and that the tetnalnder. amounting to n
little less than J20,0C0, xvas placed on j
Mills's private account and later iifcd :
'u.v 'I'" tor private speculation, '
Metto was the chief witness against 1
Mills. He told hoxv .Mills betxvis-n drinks
In n New street, cafe offered to sell him
the bank for SO,O0U worth of notes
made out by "wash, i women or uevx.-,
He snld that he accepted tliei
propositi,!' on the understanding that
Mills was to heli put his Panama plan- j
tatton on a paying basis
Nietro also told how he discounted .
the notes ut the cashier's window in the '
Audubon Hank while the
xvalting for him to come
stock In the board room not fifty feet
axvay. He said thai at MUU's request
I he gave the directors the Imprest-Ion
i that he was buying their holdings xvlth
i money that he had Just brought up
from the financial district lather than j
with the bank's own money
A prior Indictment of similar iiniiue.
: uamiiig Mills, Joseph K. Him khiirn. a
dliector of the Audubon Hank, nnd
'Charles ltldgway, a lawyer, us- defend
ants, was dismissed by Judge Hough In
J tho V lilted States District Court last
After Judge Hunt had sentenced .Mills
; he allowed the convicted man a respite
of ten days in w hich to wind up his
affairs and hid his family good-by. la
.the meantime .Mills will be confined In
4,000 WATCH BROOKLYN FIRE.
; fireman's ,eK llrnUeii nl lllae
i I'luili.Krnplirr's Minllo.
Surface cars xvere stalled for twenty
minutes at t! o'clorli In front of Horougii
' Hall, Hrooklyn. last night, w hile .,ooo
I homegoers sioinied to watch a stieetiieu.
lar fire in tho four story brick building 1
;at Court and Jrroliimon streets,
Flame were pouring from the win
flows of Oeorgo H. fiteyeh'a photographic
studio on the third floor nnd their In
I tensity was heightened by explosions of
i flashlight powder.
; John Lyons, n probationary fireman
, attached to Knglnn Company 205,
who was attending his first flrn officially,
1 was knocked down hy tho nozzle, of a
I hose nnd hail his left leg broken In
I two places, Ho was taken to the Holy
j Family Hospital,
4 TIIAINf. io Ki.oitTnA,
I Attanlle (toast Line-Mrs l.svsl Rnau,
I t-IS A, M nenn, lt:U, UJf) p, u, All aterl
lertrls llthlen lullmstm lll B'way.-JefrT
ARGHBOLD SAFE FROM ARREST.
I VVisMINOTo.v, lY-li. 1. -Although At-totiiey-deiiernl
AVlckerslmm Is tiw.iltint;
, infoi niatlon from Mm Cnltcd States !)!.
.triet Attorney In TeMi.s as to the union
taken bv .ludite .Meek of Hi" District j
''ouit such in lion will not Intlueiice i
him in coniiecllon with the v.artants I
ru the attest of John D Ar. hl.old and
nit he' ofllcials of the Slalld.ird Oil com-ipanli-s
of .Ww Viitk and New .letses
, 111 the I iovcriltllent suit broitMlH liRalnst '
tliese lompaiilcs in Texas under the
Sherman itiitl-tiust law.
"inciais 01 tne Department or .lustbe
I hold that IlltholIKh .lliike Jle. K oldeted '
vont'theVir'" Ibss .o sinalinel by Stales in Time
them outside Its own Jurisdiction and
it cannot compel the li-p,irim.-ni of
j Justice to serte them
WILL HE SUCCEED CONNAUGHT I
I'l'lm-e t lenliiler of 'I'reU siir 1
Ki'kleil fur I'll ti ii ill ii ii I'nal.
;i .)' I't'hlt tir'vil-l' in Tun Si-
l.u.MHiS, fen 1 The Suilttnil 'llii.l'
says that I'nnce Ale.xatulet of Teck Is
likely lo i-uecied the lnike of I '"liuatlfrht
as Oovertior-Oencral or Canada,
I I'rlni e Alexander of Teck --his full l.st
of nuines js Alexander Frederick W'i!
lam A fred (leci-.-- was born nt Ken-
flnt;tii l-al. ne. April 14, 1x7-1. lie holds
n... .n,., ..t m,.i.. ;,. i-.....i
' Iteitlmelit of Life (luards. '
Tip- I'l-ime-s of Teck wa Alii e, I'rln-'
, cess Itoyal of tlii-at Hrltaln and Ireland,
I She Is nine yeats his Junior. They were !
man led IVhi'unrv 1"- 1'"' I and hn ne .
DUCHESS OF CONNAUGHT UP.
' rnul nlraclMK lioll) Iflrr Srtcre
nine, lloelnr sha,
j ih-ruv, Out, Feb. I Inquiries from 1
nil parts of the world about the Duchess ,
I of Connaufcht's illness and the probable
i date of her leaving Canada w ith the
Duke and the l-rlncess Patricia for Km;, j
: land resulted in the followlni; bulletin
clan Major orthli.ton of l .,land:
, 1 '" "nnauRht was nl -
lowed up in a ciiair for one hour ves-
terduy for the first time. Convalescence
nfter mi severe an Illness will neces
sarily be slow, and their I Harnesses will
remain In Montreal until sh0 is strong
enoiiKh to return to Ottawa."
It Is said here that their roynl HIrIi-
nc"ps Prooaiuy return to KnKland
. vlil '""k Instead of by the Canu-
SOLDIERS FORM NEW CAMORRA.
Disciplinary Coiiipnny Members Are
Areusril nf .Mnnr Crimes.
I .xixei.il riblt rftatch In Tin So
i Komk, Feb. 1. - The C.aeta. a criminal
I association similar to the Camorra,
xvhlch Is formed of soldiers of a dis
ciplinary company and Is composed of
men of criminal antecedents, has re
cently been committing extensive rob
berles and other crimes.
Ten of the members of the band have,'
U.. ,...! , ,. ...
, "'"" "" ""'' money
land goods stolen by them havo been
WILSON INVITES CLASSMATES.
Will Meet I-rlnerlonlnns ,,f
SmoUrr on Xlnreti r..
to be given in his lionor at the Chevy
, Chase Club on the night of .March :(.
He has Informed the lniiiicor:il
mlttee that inasmuch as "other plans
for the Inauguration,'' supposedly the
Inaugural ball, have fallen through, he
desires to meet every Prlncetonlan of
'711 at the smoker
WARRANT FOR MRS. HENDERSON.
Ifr of former t
iisvv er fur 'I
Wvsiiinotos. I'c 1 A warrant bu
ttle arrest of .Mr. John 1!. Heniler-oii,
wife of the former I'nited States Sen
ator, soiietv leader ami matron of Hen
derson Castle, charg'ng her with de
spoiling cilj propertx , was Issued this
Mrs. Henderson appeared In the polici
I court earlier to-day and ivas a witness fori
dlrectots were ' two of her laborers whofellcda sycamore i SKaiison. I nomas, i nornton ami win
iiud buy 'heir tree near Henderson Castle while Mrs. ! 1,l,11!'' Democrats.
Henderson stood bv in a driving ruin' "lose voting against tne resolution
and Issued directions. Judge Piigh ' Wf,r" Homlu H'lurne, Hradley, HrlMnw.
lined the laborers 2.'. each and severely ' ''Inpp. Curtis. Dixon, Gnlllnger, Jaok
crltlclsed olllcl.ils ,,f the District of fn'-J'"'"' .'o'u'". Kenyon, U follette. Llp
lumhla who held up a former warrant ',!it' Lodge. McLean. Oliver. Page, Polti.
against the society lender.
I "I njust disci initiation between rich
and poor,' said tlm Judge, "In the en
forcement of the criminal statutes Is the
cause of much of the social unrest In
FINDS HEATHEN CLAN IN STATE.
1 1 lie ii. x Ulslmii s,, The Think
X.itlilnu nf snapping Wives,
Ai.HA.NV. I'eb, 1. -Hlshup Coadjutor
I Henry Nelson of Albany In address-1
nig a men s meeting to-night told of a
I,lnn '"' 1,1 r lh" '""nntaiu
I counties In the northern pan of the
( Albany Kplscopal diocese who think
i nothing of exchanging wives and who
jure heathens as far as spiritual knowl
edge Is concerned. The lllshop said he
came In contact with thci-e people
his missionary touts,
"Their londillon Is almosl unite.
he said. "They are not only
illiterate but lack common decencv
They neglect marriage laws and neigh
bors think nothing of swapping wives,"
lllshop Nelson says religious meet
lngs In this part of the State are rare.
He told of a revival meeting there con
ducted by two Mormons, at the con
clusion of which a number of young
women went with tho Mormons to Utah.
The men, the Bishop said, are coura
geous and daring, but there their virtues
NKABOAHIt rlORlOA LlatlTKn.
BKMT HKKVIIi: VIA HHORTEHT nni'Tir
in Pnlin lirarh, Key West, Tampa tad Inttr.
mediate retort. Inq, list
ONE TERM BILL
Puis Koosevelt. Taft and
Wilson Out of Next
sritK TO PASS HOI'SK
Wilson Will Have Six
PI'OtiltKSSlVKS SKK PLOT
Will I'iaht .Mensure on Hehnlf
of Hoosevelt Lineup on
VVamiimitox. I'eb 1 ''
' tep hn been -aken lowaril t;i
tion of a constitutional amcndlnen' flx
Iiik the term of President of the fnlird
States nt .i.
5 1-it's rftid mu kins i he
e Ineligible '. i siicceeij
liy a .ite of 47 ti 2n t.ie U'oi
'Ingle f rm resolution was adopted o
the Sennt" to-day. The ailxoiali-s
the u-forui succeeded ,n inj.-iterlns jui
two mote 'hiu n-eei'sary f.x i
thlids. finler the terms of th" tesoluiion .
It p.isscd the Senate Col. P,n,ii'ex et. Mr
Tafl and Woodrow Wilson are rllm.
nuted from the Held of pos.lhllltics for
the Presidency In future contests. The
resolution. If It should be ratified bx
of the States befo
,s,lrntlim of Woodrow Wilson's
1 wm hl) ,IHVe , ff, f
two years to his tenure, giving him
six itiMcad of a four year term.
The rei-olutlon now goes to the Houie
of Iteprcsentatlxcs, aipl the likelihood is
thnt it will be passed by that body 1.
a more decisive xote than resulted in
The passage of the resolution hj t.
Senate wan a surprise to advocates o'
the measure. It also was a distinct shoci.
to thj. Hoosevelt supporters. They ar
convinced now that the Munition, s,
far as It affects the Colonel's polltlca'
fortunes, is more serious thtm they had
anticipated, and to-night they are plan
ning to undertake nn aggrcpslve cam
paign against the resolution.
They are prepared to ralte the i.-y
I that Its chief purpose is to legllnt
J Hoosevelt out of the race In IMS. TV'"
I will fight against the resolution In Hi
House, and If I: is passed by thai 1....I
will carry the war into the State l.egi
Thi. nnliiiimii ti. ll.ii.A .. 11 .l-nA...l
iu,.,n xx'..,.,ir- viiu.,- i ... .
the resolution. The Democrats .ire
control, and Inasmuch as thex slat. d
pledged under th" llaltlmore platform
i the one term prlnr'ple It Is practn ii
i certain that tb" resolution i-i ... ;.
j form will be passed bx- tl e H.-ii e
The resolution passeii to-dsx .
poses an amendment to fie tb a ;m
-r.ip'i of Section I of Artlcl" II. of t .
Constitution .1 follovxs
The evi.,-utlv i.mel si. ill t. x ' -led i
II Pl.-slllellt of til" I'lllteil SLltes ..f ,m.
lea The le.lll of litllie of l'l-e.lii.il s'le I
ti" six .'.euis. at. (1 no pel --on ho has b' ,
the olllce h .-eetiii llivln rgd
powers or duties. . r netnl as lr
under the Constitution ntul 1-i'in In
Ml. nice thn-(if sImII be , Ilr.lble to 'i
hold tbf olltiv bx el. i-thin
The ani"iiilmetit also render' inei r--
any V'ice-Pn.'lden: who m su -c" I
1. 1 th.- Pre'ldeiicy through death
t.irotigh removal of the President
Those 'ot Ing for the resolution -vers
Itl'.iitdesee, lirowu. Itiirton, Cnlrou
liiirnhiim. Cuirk of Wyoming, cum
mins. D'lllng.i.im, dii Pont, Camn .
'iiiggen'iclm. McCtimber. Nelson. Pe-"-e.
P-rkl'is. Smoi't. Siiihei'iiind. W
inori and Work". IS. pablicans. A'.tnr .
Il.inkhcad. lti'Vnn. Chamberlain, Chllion,
Clarke of ArkaiiMis, Fletcher, tianlne
lliic'icock. .lohnt-on. Johnston of Ale -luima,
K.ixanaugh. Kern. Nowlund'
iiixerniau, i iwen, P.iynter, Percy, Perkv.
Pometene. Simmons. Smith of Arlzon ,
Sml;h "f N'l,,'-V',"1(1' !mltl1 "f '"rgU
'lexter. isicliariison, anoers, Stephen.
sou anil Townsenii, licpunilcnn.', and
While the Democrats voted practi
cally as a unit for the resolution, th
IScpiihllcan vote was divided along
i unusual and unexpected lines. Senators
Cummins of Iown and Works of Cali
fornia were the only Insurgents to nip
port the resolution. Most of the others
accepted the resolution as a slah at
Col. Hoosevelt and voted against It on
Many regular Republicans who
unfriendly to Mr. Hoosevelt voted vvlta
the Insurgents against the resolution
Senators Calllnger and Clapp, for In
stance, who have not been regarned s
verv friendly, were together; Senators
Lodge and La Follette voted the same
w.-iyj Senator Dixon, Col, lloosvel.e
campaign manager and spokesman.
I voted against the resolution. ind Sena
tor Hoot of Now York xvns paired against
ll. Senators l'olndexter, Wnnhlngton
Progressive, and Senator Oliver of
Pennsylvania were nf tho same mind
and against the one term proposition,
while Senator PsnrosV fivored It.
The resolution was Introduced In th
Senate last February by Senator Work.'
at a time when Col, Hoocevelt was
looming large ns a possible candidate
for the Republican nomination again!
President Taft. The resolution remained
In the Judiciary Committee until Mnv
21, when It was favorably reported by
Senator Cummins, Nu action xvas taken
on the resolution at the last session
rift'ion HiM.ix rn.irw
,H'A(U v i ( 11 111.,