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NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 191.1. Cawnaht, H3, h tU- Su 'd.ilf.iD ! I'ubtMixff Amoelatloi,.
TROOPS FIRE IN
Woman mid Boy Shot Down
iind One of the Riot
SHOOT TO KILL OHDKK :
Gunrds Stationed at Barns i
After Failure to Run !
rW.l. TOT? MORK SOLDIERS
Now York City Ttcsimonts May
lie SiitiinioiitMl to Put
BrrrA'-1 April ? - Troops stepped Iti
(n f-ri th- street car riots to-day and
t result was bloodshed by bullet unit
A woman Me lator wjs shot in Die
i-jit. nml in thing nnd n schoolboy was
. "irugh lilt" nun. An unldelltltled
t Kcr w.s stabbed Several others
.ere I. .ri
Three thou.'and men of the New York
j-.ion.il Guard Ii.ive been mi duty since
ivvn, each armed with twenty rounds
f b.il; cartr.dgcs. .Mine will be sum
' ii.omd tn gtiaid tin' company' prnp
'i to-morrow It is expected that the
v vh and ScVeiit -llr.it regiments
f N, York will he called. M.ijoi -ion
"'Rjan says that he will order out
tie cr.t.re Slate mllitlii If n-ccssm v .
Pesp ti protests from the city otfi
j' : e impauy trl'd to move .-.its
a Mi" Main street line at .' o'cloel.
i!i afternoon. Tlie tesult m.i the
Am? as on the three previous d.i ot
He Mttke. Car men and their friend"
ji-Htf the strike breaking crews from!
the .an nnd hea; them
T'len the soldiers had theh tli-i iei.
Tney charged nnd drove back the mob
.'tlout firing That discuurugod th
ompnny for the time. Hut two limit-
.iter more, cms and more Ktrlkc break-,
tru weie started from the barns and the
enl troublu begun
Near the Nlagnra Htreet viaduct a
r was showered with stones and
The militia were railed into action '
T v seemed to be getting the bst of it .
T. 'iiiiut the use of ponder, when some'
tip m the ciowd fired a shot There'
true tiring and the mop- i . ii mcl1
Mr. Ida Lunch, "."i yeaii old. fell
"i .i bullet In Iter back th.it had been,
I 1 . a sentinel of Company F or
r. 'i v tit -fourth Itegiment, a local
:f She It dying in the lhu.r-
. . Hospital
I v scmolboy who was shoi :n :he
s-m i Harold Muna. Thomas Ainesden
i nd m ttic stteet wllh a 1'iivonct
v l n his side.
i , large of the guardsmen with
.i on. i. sided that particular uutbic.ik ;
i : m mite". ilut a little later
n .mother tlareuii a few blocks
. i i .i bayonet was thrust into
. '.iu v.,.0 lia" not been identified. 1
N ii. iais weie sent out and the
v . i wlm h the c-otiip.t r;y had u ied
tI. the liiii; of strikers wvte
. I ii i. t.i the burnt
ijn. had been on duty dovvn
t.iMi were assembled around the batns
i' ' of n tumor that the strikers i
r i mjl'e a mass play there and
v , ripple the ouinpnn at Its opetat- i
as sn J. .
Tr...i i r.w In Hulfulo consist of the
. n i Hr.tade of tlie Slty-(lfth Iteui-.
nn . f H'.ffalo, v.ltli its company fromi
oil' -ii.wn tlm Seventy-foul th IU-ki-'
' I!' ffalo. Willi Ii" company from
i.i and the Thlld Keitillient
co - 11 if three comiianU") from Ito
i .d cumpiuiley from Nlanara
. - i. -i iin Klmlra. Mornell, Olean
i .'I i ,i. Two companies of the Third
lvi.ni ' ..i-e s 1 1 1 1 held at Auburn.
1 -peeuii car win run out of the
I'' "i-f nveiiint barns this evenlm; to1
invi- u sipiad of city iiollcemen. it '
hi nnce set upon nnd Moned byj
ie rr.i i i f rioters who had surrounded
'letjiun, Several policemen were hurt I
i 'he rnelei) that followed. The car
"n 'nken iinck to tlie barn nnd tho
trip discontinued. Then nil earn were
T"-n!Btit lines wore drawn uround nil
' in i rir houues and men were sta
"r.'M .ns de Thev have, orders to
' t Hi am man who attempts to
t e I. no without a permit or ntiy
i'r- w : picks up bricks or mlssllet.
" ' r- .icii between tho city authori
''"i nail i hp company nnd military com
"i nlen ih wldenlner. The company re-
i ucri'n to listen to arbitration nnd
us a demand on Hrltr,-C5en. AVolch for
i. ' tronps
" understood tho military author!
' s a im ttcd that the men now on duty
- n n sutllclent to police the 300
" of street railway tracks within
' '" 'I'y linos properly, nnd the requeiit
'o 'lov, Hulzi r for more troon wh then
TSie refusal of thn Governor to send,
nv tiioro troops here until they ore'
ifltcd for by the civic nuthorltlen leaves 1
"me doubt. Thu Mayor or the Sheriff ,
will not a.sl; for more troops becnuso
' icy believe It was a Berlous mistake
1 iirini; thern hero and that public
''ntimont Ii.isj become more stronp
'iponst thn company fllnce the mllltla
J' lias boon Ruggestcd that an appeal
font to (3ov. Sulzcr to come to Buf
wo and look over the situation with
view to brlnsInK the company nnd
Mrlkern to some agreement. Tho
'trikerp aro Jubilant nnd predict that
' trouble will be settled within two
Orders to shoot any man Been to
'ell up a etono In the street affected
hv the f!trlko wero Issued this morning
Continued on Fourth Paa,
TO ANNUL FLYNN'S MARRIAGE.
Hle lliui'a I'rlr nil ii.v II Will lie
I f ' in .1 I'll ,
N'KW IliiKN. I'onn., Ailil I'liend"
of .Maurice l! Klynn. the Yule football
plajer. who left colli'Ku lusi December
to marry .Miss Irene I.e.iry, an actres",
say an effort will be made lo hnvo the
marrliiKe annulled. It Is understood that
the youm; man has been seui lo Muiope
and that .Mr" l-'lvnn will u turn to the
The petlunn fm ,P annulment n i"
H.ild, will be mad i Hm uroutiil that
the biidcKrooni wn under into when he
lii.H liiine was contracted, liynu l
years old. It Is ssld here unolllclnllv
1 llHt 11 V 11 1 1 Wislleil In li.lurn I,. ,.ll,.
sfler 111" marrhip-e, but the authorltle..
of the Sheffield School would not allow
him to return. I'lytin's lrlends say th.i
If the mairl.iue Is nnnnllvil I... Ii .....i.
abl) rutin n to ii If.
BIGGEST WIRELESS GOING UP.
llnreinil (ompnn, Will 'VhIU to
Wiiles frinn llrluinr, . .1.
The .Marconi Wiiiles.s Companv has
bepiun consttuc.lion lit Helmut-. .V J. uf
the lut-Hcs! m mi)St M)Werful wirelesn
station In the wmld. It will send mes
snues ncross the Atlnntlr to a similar
stiulim in Wales, now Ii-Imr btilli.
There will K- i ilrt"n musts at He),
mar. each AM feet hlith. Hoth this stn
tlon nnd ihe uii In Wnles will be ibi.
plev. so that ll will be polhle to send
ami receive at tin. innie time
vppllcatloti has been made to ihe
Somerset County Hoard of Freeholders
to hiue n road built tu the tilani.
.lohn I'oitomlv. iteneuil munaser of
the .Marconi lotnpanv, said last night
that the.e two stations are ontv link"
In a chain by which the .Marconi com
p.tnv will uirdle th- woild I'lauls are
under wav on ihe I'ncltli icasi. ai
Honolulu and In .la pan.
FIFTH AVE. MERCHANTS
Will l!(iciiit Si(ii if Vini.
I'liiiitlc (li'ilii)tiiici' l
If the I'' ll'l A'.enue .mhi i.uli.ll llf-
leeds iii Ii,.:iil- II" .lntl-pmailc oiill
liallii' pass-i'.. ; be 11". himi New York suf
fniKists will retaliate with a ln.ycn'1 on
I'lflll II V I llile shops
The liujie". will he pn-sed on -o far
us possible to nil vislilntr n-l siilniilinn
"Tile SUlTiaK'" headllld! t.r will be
able to fuiubll nihil essi-s otf 1'llth live
nil" to out of town suffiajdsts." .s.i id
.Mrs. .Mai Ware Dennett, national sec
retary, wlm made the pi'iiiniiui.itninto
.vcsierda ".Many Fifth avenue tlniM
hae deiOI.r.ed ful tile MlilTl'.lKc ll.ll.lile
to please custom, i which show. that,
the suffr.iifisi.s are Impoiiair sliuppei
t!:e hs ol' whose trade will P.- i.-lt "
"We will null,.. Madison a'.enue ih.
I'e.-iciick n eiic 'n pljc- .it I'Ulb " said
Miss ,lesse .li!.. loiln.'l IreiiMil'er .f
tii" national nssnciatiiii. "TIim h,.,.
tbei,. nr.. ,is urn n and the lea plac.-s as
satlsf.vcti.i . as iln v ale nil 1'iftli nieii.ie
If pi iiple ullH tluiUKht so With I'll) una
of II' We Hill suill! set the fllltllJIl. '
There i. as iiine diffclellce of opinion
as to V. hi ther or not Hie new nl illnauce
Willi h. the sulfi jklsIm deilaie, piold"S
fur all pan.des except theirs and tho.-e
of tin- labor iii'oiut'.:filio!!s. would, if
passed. IlllelfelV Willi tile p.lllllle uf
'1 do not believe that ll would." said
.Mrs. Xoin Ulalch de Koirct of Ike
Woman's I'olltlcal I ploii "We uro noi
worried, for we always have been ulile
to have parades when we wanted them.
In any case 1 think we would bu eliKll.le
under the head of 'processions of a
patriotic character.' which Hie pro
A letter was sent out estelduy in
the name of .Mi's (truce ('. St radian
iiHlciui; nil school teachers to match In
the parade, and saying that the suffra
Klsts hn)... in nave rii.oni) men and
women in line.
STOPS RUNAWAY NEAR SCHOOL.
rnlli'riiiiin Urcl llurse nml sr
I'lillilreii n HlocU tnni.
I'oliceman Martin Delano slopped a
runway horse yesterday at 13iith
stleet and Kditecombe avenue, ti block
awny from a street full of school chll
,in,n Tii hori,n fell on Delano and
bruised him. but tho policeman was
..kIa ... 0.. Iturk nil tinsf.
Dcluno was nt 140th stteet nfid Kdpe
combe nvonue. I'ubllu School U Is on
one of the corners. .lust after school
let out the policeman heard u shout
und saw n delivery wiitton horso run
ning up F.dKeoombe avenue.
The policeman met tho horse at 139th
street, caieblng hold of the bridle.
Horse and policeman rolled over and
over on the pavement. I'nssersby 1
pulled Deluno free.
PUPILS GO ON STRIKE.
Mnur School llnail' lloue Urcnuiir
I'llnclpal l II iveil.
TaiikVTOWN, April ?. .More than 200
children In thu Klmsford School went
on strike to-day berauso the Hoard of
Rducatlon deposed 1'rincipai wmiam .i.
aieason and engaKed ('. M. Kline In his
place. Nearly 100 pupils marched last
night to the home of William Bunsol
Meyer, chairman of the board, where
the meeting was held, to express tholr
rii., ii.iir.if.nl Thev were not allowed u
und got revenge by breaking several
windows in the nouse. i'nen iney
broke Into the schoolhouso nnd rang
When school opened this morning the
children told Mr. Olcason thoy would
not return to school until he was re
engaged. Thoy formed Into companies
and marched through the village streets
chanting "Wo want aieason." Tho
truunt officer wisely went to New York
to-day and the children were un
molested. The Aqueduct pollco had to
disperse them. Chairman Meyer says
ho intends to ask warrants for at
least a dozen children to-morrow.
GREAT BEAR aPRINO WATER,
I0e per cate of (latf itoppfrtd bottlei. Ait
I AUTO THUGS' LEADER
: ADMITS 20 HOLDUPS
l.ntiu Schnliir mid Choir S timer
Kfhpnrscd Ills Min for
SI'OLK CANS. llllM'.D TAXIS5
Ktn ml Chauffeurs Komly Tool
mid llnd Soiiip ns (!iiiio
A I .Mm scholar and cholt sluxer who
tinned thler und who lobbed for his
pals when their sisters were to be mar
ried or when their babies wero til told
tho tutu of his climes to Judge
Warron It. Foster and Assistant DIs
It let Attorney ltoslwlck yesterday.
As n lesult of tho confession ten men
who 1 1 me raided .ind tobued in stolen
automobiles, ten who weie banded un
der the student of Virgil and Cicero, a
singer of sacred hvmns, feel that Sing
Sim: lor them Is jut around the cor
ner. Four were driven to plead guilty
iiloii.- with their chief. Five hae de
ililcd 10 go lo trial.
The man who confessed has been
known In the underworld us Joseph
Tnvlor. Ills tight name i Joseph
Young. As told b himself in a forty
page siateimnt to Assls.utit District
Attornei llosiwick, hs xtury Is unlu.ue
in the experience of the District At
tornM s obsiTNets of ctltnin.il
.iiing i omcs uf a good finally, lie
li .ml li in weie generations of light
. iiil' lie atleuibd a piiiule sihool
until the liui" came tor him to go to
college lie was Mhtdded from Unl in
Muenies He never furtiieil it taste fur
illilil. lb- didn't cate for tobacco He
was. In fan', n model bu
The classics chin med tilm when be
was a college student, lie came fiom
his campus with something more than
"a little Latin and less Creek.'
Tempted pei hups to air his profundi!;.,
he quoted lllier.illy Hum the Latin poets
while confessing his crimes yesleiday
in .Mt. HostwicU.
me nut of college he was minded lo
stud law. Hno iiiglu about tblce jeius
ago he v. iiiii.-i.mI Into n anlouu in Har
bin. The h.afers at the bar observed
thai he hud inonev. lie slmwed fuol
ishl a largo roll of bill-. They made
tt lends with him.
W'olllMli 'I'nLea llllu llmilv.
Th" net niornliig he woke up near
a liufitliotise on the Hudson Hlver. A
oung woman whose imige and makeup
cuiild not conceal even to him her
k.ii, I nf life w.m bending oxer blm.
He was sick nnd da.ed She told him
afi-r lie.u.iig Ins viurv Hun KiUM'kout
ilrul.t- had heeii given i.i him He con
bibd to her that lie was afraid lo go
She tool, bun to her np.u imenl and
iinr.-ed him thi'oimh a tune uf illnens.
She taugl t linn to smoke upium Now
and ilien he tried to leaxe her. but he
alw.ivs lemained. He began to c.i-e iiiuf
pl.uie. an t.gliUi of a gr.iiu at a time
i.i a few months he reused to iHte. fol
urn-tiling save food and drink and
diucs nnd Die woman.
Sh" was n danger of being put out
of the apaitment for failing to pay
lent. He asked her liuW he could make
inonev. He admitted that lie didn't
liiiuw buw to earn money by wut k. She
told him I steal it and suggested mod
el u nnpiovemej.t.s. The had lead of
a taxlcab robbei j uiie of those swift
forns in which thu lohbei.s suddenly
overpowered a victim and whisked away
m a motor cat.
This stor suggested lo the woman
that be could organize, a baud, use
niiloinubili's and get rich by rob
bing saloons, testiiur.int.s nnd little
shops. Ii was her idea too thut it was
time for bun to biace up, to cut down
his opium and morphine if he was
v,oing into business. Huvlng the domi
nating mind the womuii compelled him
to .sunt himself in drugs.
He told Mr. Ilostwick yesteiday that
he fought against the downhill diag.
He lecalleil that he had sung in the
choir of ii fashionable church; that he
hud been a gentleman; that bis family
was of a good name, but he couldn't,
he said, leslst tho gravity that was
making him a crook. U was easy for
him to make acquaintances. In saloons
and poolrooms ho met men that he
enlisted in his band. One of these was
Charles F. Lober, a chauffeur. Others
were Frank Vlvler, Joseph it. O'Con
nell and Benjamin Gold. They agreed
to organize for systematic robbery by
the use of taxlcubs.
Ilrnil llnbbrr Band of Ten.
At the head of a band of ten Young,
for all of his craving for drugs
und his weaknesses, made himself the
He purchased und kept charge of the
pistols nnd blackjacks. Whenever there
was a Job to do Young dealt out the
weapons a revolver to this one, a
blackjack to that one, making all re
ceipt for their weapons so thut there
would be no likelihood of valuable II re
al ins or silencers going astray, to pawn
shops for instance, Young made him
self, also, tho chief scout. Prowling
uround town he kept his eyes open
for places that might contain ready
doing one day Into Bert Newman's
Million at Washington Heights Young
noticed over the bar a sign that read
"Checks cashed here." That inudo him
think that Newman kepi a large
mnouiit of cash constantly. He watched
Newman's movements for ten months,
observing that on the first und fifteenth
of every mouth Newman curried to
Harlem a good sized block bagr. Finally
Young told his gang that tho time had
como to rob Newman.
They stolo an automobile from If. J.
& It, J. Brown of 025 West 124th
street und on March in attacked New
man up town, striking him down with
a piece of gnsplpe. They drove the
nulo to the Fort Lee ferry, planning
to escape to Jersey with their loot, but
something Induced Young to open the
Continued on Fifth Page,
J VETO AGAINST STANDARD OIL. j
MIiMii-l' (liiverniir npiorl
pre me Cuiirl' (I'lliin.
.Ir.lKKIMOX I'lTV. .Mo Atllll H lov
.Major vetoed lo.day the bill permlttlim'
the Siandatd (.ill fotuiiany lo continue
Missouri in spite of the
IH III" fini' i-iiii run-
The bill was (insiid to protect the
lown of Suuai Cieek, a silliurb ol lan
sds i'lt. when- a larito Stalidjrd oil
letlnerv Is sltuMed Kmplojees uf the
'' "'K'i H"" """' ""
(l;ll(l 1)11 l.Ollip.inv mini me fiiim- .
. 1... L3l .. 1.1 I
destrov their etiiplo ment and nun the
lon in which thev hud built liom-s.
11! tepiV " nils iiiKuiiirm lie- win -
ri noi said I ho ouster of tin- uiinpaiiy
does not in cessarlly destioy the Sugai
("leek teflnerv, because tho StauUutd
Oil Companv can sell Its plant then
to other companies now In existence
ol lo uittipanles that may be orgtinized.
DR. PATTON TO QUIT PRINCETON.
I llei.l of Srlnlnnrj. I'ormerly of I nl
I ter.H). Will nrllre.
I Piin.jL.Ki.!'it). April 9 The Itev Dr
I Francis Landov fAttoti, iiies'.den; of
1 1'tlnceton Theological Seminary and
Ii..m.. ,.r.,uliint uf lrlnreloii i'nlver-
i sl y, will resign ami tetlie from iiitlve
iwutk at the end of fie present seminary
year. Dr ration is more limn ,u years
lolil and hss been president of the som
llnir slme IHijJ He wus president of
, the uniwultv from 1KSS to !?0: when
he was uc eecdeil bv Woodiuw Wilson.
Dr. I'lilton regarded us n brilliant
t tlieri'onlau of Hlfl louse! Vallve school
lie Is a giea' inetupliyslcian and u
! bii.IlHir speaker
I Dr I'atlon .u been the bulwark of
( orthodox v and was tlie chief opponent
, of the union of the t'resbvterl.m and
CONGRESS ASKED TO BUY
(innlmil Piiroluist' of Hiiiltlinos
in Koreiiiii ('oiinlrit Pro
viiloil For in Kill.
W.Miivrros. April 9 A bill lutio
d iced In the Senate, to-day by Sen.itoi
! Huron of Georgia, chairman of the For- I the haiidlo he is looking for upon the
iigu Relations Committee, provides a ' Legislature to warrant him in calling
plan for leasing nnd the future purchuse , mi extra s,.slon.
'of official lesudetices for American Am- Willie tint Sulzer frequently has un
hsssadois and Ministers iu foreign nounced his independence of boss tulo
I countries ) und iiuiilue doiiiln'.'tlon, there have
' V scale of annual rentHls is carried . been many who have not taken his edict
which allows 110,000 a ear for a lease seriously. With the promulgation of
and f.'O.OOO for furnishing residences fur 1 ), direct primary message to thn Leg-
Ambassadors from the I nited States to .;,tiirM u is expected that the Gov
Gtent Hiltain. Germany. France and ,.... .. iii ret.re to anneal directly i
Ititssla. The sum of O.oOO for rent und
Il.i,'i00 for furnishing In allowed foi
Aastil.i, Italy. Mexico, Japan and Uracil.
Tlieie are allowed 17.000 ,i year for rent
jiiiI JIJ.OUO for fnitilshlng Henrfiiuiis In
Spain. Helgmm. Cuba. At KetiMna. N'eth-1
ei lands and Luxemburg
1-roilsion Is made fot 14.00,) and
n.'.ownnce uf tS.OHO for furnishing"
Denmark. Sweden. Swit7etand, Portu
gal. I'.iiiiiiinl.i. SeriM, Hiitgarla, Chile,
Cciloiubla. Peru. Panuma and Venezuela.
In the lowest grade, for which IH.OuO
a eur is allowed for rent and IT.0U0 for
furnishing, ate included Norway. Greece
HnTsan slvaZ Ua
I ii.i.,n.s iMruiriiiii fruiiKv and Mn.i
. - ... .. ...
' Senator Paeon's bill direcis the State
ri..i,.irtment lo lnvestlBate tile nruhable
cost for Ihe purchase or construction of
'jiieinbassi in each of four countries un-
itiuallj until thn Uni ed States shall own
Its own embassies nnd leRatlons in all
Senator Lodge doubted the pracllca-
Olllty of the leasing plan, lie said: "I
have been in favor of the purchase out-
right of uropertv for our embassies mid
ENGAGEMENT RING SEIZED.
- . i
111.. 4-olirn Has lo C.lie II Wllbj
' Judge .hi iiis Miiyer In the l ulwd
j Sinte.s District Court ordered Mls Ida
Cohen veslerdii.x lo hand over the dlfi
I mond ring and oilier Jewelry given to
iter uy ner nance, ,viu uoruuii
rile Judge was trying to straighten
out a bankruptcy matter bv getting
.ui.. .1 ...e ii.HKioic nsse.n ... c '-;
Hros. Gordon, underwear msnuf.ic
Hirers.. Gordon hud testified before
United States Commissioner Gilchrist
that Just before tho bankruptcy petition
was filed he thought that business was
brisk enough to Justify the purchuse
of the engagement ilng and several
other nils of Jewelry, which came
Judge Mayer told Mls.i Cohen to take
iff and hand over to the court the ring.
tho lavalllere that adorned her shapely
necli and the bracelet encircling her
.,.-m. mu. iuui,.(i leariuu) irom ner
lover to the Judge, as sh complied.
When she left thu court room she told
Gordon that she loved him as much as
RAYMOND BECK OUT AGAIN.
,,,.. .. ,. .,
lluriilHr's I ourll. Il.caue From
v.ivuiriis Vneii ii i'..r ii. .r... I
within two years Itaymond Heck, a six
teen-year-old boy burglar of Prooklyn
,v . ..." J,.' :
t'c.iif.-u .on .nu. .i.i.s iruiu ine .sew 1
York Juvenile Asylum nt Dohbs Ferry.
Left alone a few minutes In tlie Greene!
cottage which he was cleaning he slipped j
away and no trace of him bus been found.
The lad 1 ribbed many llals in the
Hldge wood section of Hiooklyn, picking
the locks In the daylltue. He boasts
that he hns valuable loot hidden lu Brook
lyn where the police never will ilnd It.
Itaymond has hoen recaptured within
a short time after escaping from (he In
stitution 011 previous occasions after ho
had committed more burglaries, some of
which wero In houses he had robbed be
fore, On ono occasion the runaway was
found In Yonder with only a raincoat
and a night shirt on. ITo got away that
lime by making a rope of his bed cloth
Ing and sliding down from n window.
Superintendent Guy Morgan says thn
boy la a model for behavior while In Ihe
DIRECT PRIMARY LAW
jP!,M,K(. 'nvorinT Statewide. Hl
form Will o to Lcr-Is-liilnre
V. ON MI'IMMIY HimUX
.'X,M., jV( Sp.s Control
I'.liiniiuiKdii of I'iiI'In
AtKt.Nr, A pi II 0 Got Sul.er Is to
send a special message to the l.egislu-
liiia. i.iii..pi'..u. iipflne the tinssaue of &
u.,.. at, ,i..,,.i. law Thi.
would mean the elimination of the party
State conventions and the nomlnutlon
by the voters directly at tho primaries
of cnndlilHtes for (imernor. Lieutenant
(Jovernor. Secretary of State, Comptrol
ler. Attorney. Oenrrfll. Slate Treasurer
; State Knglnnr and Surveyor and
Judges of the Cotut of Appeals.
liver since Charles F. Hughes was
rjovernor the Democratic and llepubll
cun State muchliies through their rop-
resentiitl es lu the Legislature have1
comblned to pi event the abolition of the'
pjrty State cunienllon.
The fact that (5o Sulzer has taken
i upon himself to send a special tucs
ige to the I.eglsljture demanding such'
a Statewide primary law betore he sends consideration for Collector or the I'orl
Into the Stale Senate his nominations ,,f t"Ti) . , . ...
., . . . o ...i i.,i. The Third Assistant Secretary of
lor the Imp... taut Mate unices which J hamlI(if( uU ,11)lomnl!o lnat,r, (lf
have lemulned untllled jll winter is the western Kuropeun countries und alo
looked upon as the Ilnul burning of the .s in charge of inuttets of social etl
(Jovernor's political bridges so far us tho, quelle where distinguished foreigners
piesent Democratic State organisation1 and dlplomnts are concerned, lie Is tho
and Chatles F. Murphy's UuUerjhlp is i
Neither Mr Murphy nor William
Uurnes, Jr. favor abolishing Ihe State (
convention, and when the Democratic .
legislative leadeis heard that th? Uo -
ei nor favored a mil direct pilmury law;
thev deflated that the bill would not be (
Surnml'ume1 bi we"" eng ,
on Hat ui day, April ".6.
This meuns that Gov Sulier will have.
to the people not only to compel tn
present Tammany contt oiled Leglsla
...r.. ... ........ n Jin, on it 1 1 n -iiitewi.!.,
,, ,'.. ..... ...... , i
Z Tnnnnu'nv laie Z, to curm
the GiilernulVnilllointees 10 the offlC.es
f Slates Health Coiiiuussloner. State," ',
Au.nlt,L.;, f;,,,,,. HlBi,wa Commi.ssiuner.
Suite Labor Commissioner, u Stute Hob
nSSSiuni'l , 11 .-IUII UIU -
, iiitul Commies
mihsloner of K(Ilcliu v nnd Wconomy
, and two New VorU clly Piipreiny Court
i. lie. m i zei s irienus iiiiiiiiuuceu iu-
'ha. he had tak.n the bit ,n hi -
tttli for Rood and all and that he real-
' lz'''i "mt n" l'H"nut I icnomlnuted fori
Governor a .enr from next fall .f the
State convention is not abolished
The Governor worked last night upon nrnai ,iUr ir.pji. '. i.. Tu n
his din.ct iiomiiiat'on message until 4 Los-pom, April 9- As a re.-inll of tlie
"Vloi k In ihe morning with the Idea conferencu In Ilrusseit, n Murili
i that his light against Charles F. uansjtlaniic steamship cump.uiles ha.
1 Murpbs's State lende'rshlp should be agreed to begin on Hie aunivt"'Siir of
based inltiall. upon a demand for the 'the foundering of the Titanic, on April
abolition uf ihe S'uto convention and. 15. a new route l'milier .south than the
I not upon the division of party spoils one whli.li was begun on .lanuar.v ty
It In for that riasou that Gov Sulzer A still further inudillcailun uf Cue :.i'ie
nas retustu to inciter on me names
whlch he shall send to the Senate for
ihe many vacant State offices, or to
base. Ins claim for State leadership on
a fight with tlm State Senate to get
his uwn nominees continued.
Gov. Sulzet'H intention Is to tight for
tho Democratic State leadership by'
Ihe udvocacj of what he i unsldei's
I l.l..h unllil....! i.riii..iiili.s n.l ih.. nu. t
ipointment of men to ..inc.. who will be
, nnirammelltd and unafraid of political
' interfeience 111 the administration ,,f
I ii,.-. ,i.,,..i,..i u
,,, ,,,,,,i,,i no,.,.,'.UiJ i ,i,
,ur s,utp 01.K1(nUullon iU ,BMt hav
,.imiH , ,), (oucluslou that they are,
it ll.u ..r.lrl art t , , 2l i , .. tiuli-nn
age at Albany is concerned und there
are many muttetings from np-Stuto
Democratic county leaders who are
aligned with Charles F Murph.v be
cause they cannot get J ibs at Albany.
Gov. Hulzer has had emissaries
through Lie. State feeling the public
pulso and studying the political situa
tion and has come to the conclusion that
he cun wrest physically from the hands
of Charles F. Murphy the Democratic
Kut(, ieu,L.rslil p. Gov'. Suler alms, as
did David II. Hill, to combine all of the
Democratic hosts above the Hionx he-
hind his leadership at ihe outset, with
the expectation that fusion Iu New
I York city will defeat at next fall's dec- , John llrown and John Kulley, who ap
; lion the Tammany candidates for peared before Judge Lnwior lo-duy.
Mayor. Comptroller. President of the ( Kelley und llrown held up Joseph
i Hoard of Aldermen and borough Presl- iHlaik here February When searched,
dents. their clothing revealed Just 00 cents
.... i.u.,,1. ....',..., ,....,...? ,
WUI. nilli-ri now tun frnu
convinced tliat fusion Is to win next
e vv lout iii.v anil nun ii ine
Tammany ticket Is defeated Mr. Mur
phy must letlie as the leader of Turn-
many Hall, By that time Gov. Sttlzer
. , i,,,,, ,.,, ......i ilrt.,i,i .1 1
IIU.T ."I Ill ..... k,-ttt(-)l,,-U ..1 11,,,., HIS
ministration the up-. Stale Democratic
not only the next leader of Tammany
Hall but of the Kings county Democ
racy. FRENCH BIRTH RATE FALLS.
Onl- Onr Bully In Thirty F.nllle I
Born Uarlnir 1012. 1
ipteial VabU l)tiiatch lo Tur Sis
Paiiis, April fl. A municipal report
Issued to-day announces that tho birth
rate In 101- was tho lowest since 1861,
There was only one birth for every
The Infantile death rate waa 113 prr
1,000. Prohibitive rentals are said to
have boon the chief cause of the de
crease In the number of births.
FLOOD GTVES THEM A CHURCH,
Ilull'lllm ll piKlletl uii lllelincrbns-
ell lulniiil Will Me I'seil.
F'ARKKHSMt.'Nd, W. Vu., April ! Blen
tiei hnssett Island lies fallen heir to at
fin mo church with an wa pound bell
which was deposited on the Island by
the Ohio Itlvef during tho recent Hood.
A few days befoie the water had le-
ceded the inhabitants of the Island1
moved the big church building on a de
sirable spot, where It will be used, Nnlh
Ins could be found about the church lo
Indicate where It hud comu from. Willi
Hie exception of the Moor .he edill.e ,s
In good condition.
HENRY M. FLAGLER NEAR DEATH.
'iillrnl la (iron I ok WenUer lluiirl),
S l.nlral llrpiirl.
Wkst 1'ai.m Hecii. Fla., Apt II !'
I Henry M. Flagler Is resting easily, al-
though he Is growing weaker hoitily
His death Is only a matter of lime.
Managers of his enterprises Hre at bis
MALONE WILL AID BRYAN.
ll'llur men' toii.liclniT lo Br i lilril
Wabiiis'oton. April 9.- President Wil
son hns decided to appoint Dudley Field
Malone of New York. Senator ti'Oor-
man's son-in-law. Third Assistant Sec-
retai.v oi atute.
Mr. Muloue was one of the most ar
dent of the younger men who worked for
Woodmw Wilson's nomination nnd elec
tion. The I 'resident has a high regurd
for him and at one time had him under
Government's personal representative, in
entertaining all ottlclal foreign visitors.
The post demands much tact. It was
held during the Tafi administration by
Chandler Hale, a son of e-Senutor
Kugene Hale of Maine The salary is
14, "00 a year
EATON LEFT ESTATE TO WIDOW.
Wunimi Imlletrct for Ills Murder
Grla ilnjlrnl's I'riipprl jr.
Hoston. April ! The will was filed
to-day of Item- Admiral Joseph Giles
ICaton, for whose death his widow, Mrs.
Jeanle May Kill on, Is now under in
dictment charged with murder.
Six hundred dollars Is set apart for
a nephew. Joseph Barker Vnrnum of
Drake. Varnuni Is usked to spend $200
for the erection of headstones over the
graven of the Admiral and his first wife
and to give ilOO for the perpetual earn
of the graves
All the.remiilnlng properly. "Includ-
, nc. piilicies a, 1 may
r " "'I'l-iiuuii iu uif
' . Admiral Kalon protlded that ,f Mrs
KRton died before he did all tho prop.
!Hr'v "'""" K ' Dorothy Alnsworth.
tho exception of o S.-..000 legacv to
June Aillsworth Keves
ate daughters of Mr
Ka ton bv a for-
; LINERS' LANE FURTHER SOUTH.
BeKln NelT lliiule on uulirr
Miir uf 'I'ltniile IM.nster,
le m-uig arrangeii in ine event of mii-
, norms; iiiciimstanci
rtlMITTTT f ni . T T. v. a .
vAuWX,liij, (0, IU WiJJ 1 ULSilA
! Wl" ,'"'r Widow Twein
luuimrr nl .Newport.
kw euRT. rtpi u j ii.e mariui!-!' ,,r
,',"n, " well of New .k -x-head
"", lnur linn of C1,swell.Mavs(.v
onu'any and Mrs. Marv K. Linery or
I "'is cltv has been set for Tuesday noun '
at .Mr. (-'aswell's N'ewp'iit lions,, on liul.
V . ' ,T " '"' :r,,"
year and the brlde-eleci. who is a widow,
I l" aoollt twenty years younger than he.
The ceiemony will be performed by
the Itev. Stanley C. Hughes of Trinity
Church and will be witnessed only by
a few relatives.
STOLE 60c: GET 22 YEARS.
I' n o
Ian rraneUe.i .Men Are u
fenced for n Holdup,
S Francisco. April 'J. -Twenty-two
'years In State, penllentlul les for tho
theft of 0u cents, or more than one
year's Imprisonment for every three
i cents stolen, Is what must be paid by
j.ll.UKC l.uw III! SCIll.JIIL.'.l IIIUVVII IU SCI V
j eight years In San Quentiu and Kelley
louriecn ,v cb rs in I'Oisom prison, limn
men hnd prior convictions against them.
SULZER'S RELATIVE ACQUITTED.
' Hodelheloi, (inventor's llrolher-l.i-I
Law, -Vol (iulll) of l.arcni).
' PiiiMnRM'iiu, April !'A larceny
charge ugalnst William S, Itodelhelm,
a brother-in-law of Gov. Suler of New
York, waa submlttod to n Jury In Qtlar-
1 ter Sosslons Court to-day. The Jury
returned a verdict of not guilty.
Thn indictment aguinsi. uouemeini
accused him of the larceny of $62.40
from the Praiso Publishing Company
of this city. The attorney for Uodel
helm laid there was no foundation for
th chama, which grew out of a Dul
RUTLAND RAIIJIOAU TO MOMTBCAL.
Steepen, irave Oitnrt Central dally 7:41 P. U.
rtrttvulam lJSnroilay Phone A8I0 Usdlvin,
ai. m . .n..i4 mm
mi IT! "HATimn I ITin
r .. .. . .
I'HlOSl JllllM'tltl, 4 A. M Sll s
IIMIM,' 'V IVIXV VWl'flMY
1 H ' 1 -X 1 VA lM A
Pliysicinn, However Admits
Patient Has Kidney Dis
ease and Dropsy.
J . I
TIMES IN A STUPttR
Tcli'ffrnins of Anxiety Pocolvod
From All Over the
fi'd"! reMr tlt'patchf In Tnr Scs
JtOMr., April 10 (-1 A. M). The
Pope's temperature hns risen stneo 1
o'clock nml Is now M.K degrees centi
emtio, or JO.'t Fahrenheit, but ho I".
enhl to be resting In u e.ntlsfnc.torynjan
tier. Prof. Marchlntava admitted wirly
this morning that Ihe Popo wns suffer
ing from Jnllninruatlon of the kidneys,
compiled led with dropsy nf carrUsc
The Pope's temperature at 1 :Ro this
morning wus .TS.f. degrees centigrade ot
ItOMK, April 0 (Midnight). There Is
teasoti to believe that tho Pope is no
worse to-night, and possibly ho is a
little better, but the official curtain of
the Vatican is still down.
Prof. Kttore Marchlafava, the Pope's
principal physician, visited tho Tontiff
four times during the day and again
Inter in the evening. He mnde the moi
mtnuto examination. H. announce I
during the, day that tlie Pope has not
yet rallied from the relapse of Monday
From reliable, although Indirect
sources. It was learned that the diag
nosis of Prof. Marchlafava and Drs.
Amlcl and Cnglato, is that the Pope Is
suffering from gouty Hright's disease,
complicated with two secondary dl-
easos of minor Import bu, which com
pmaie ie .ise niiiuu Lu.es in,- liui.
slclans. Vcslerday's uicmlc crisis a
accompanied by alaimlng and giaduany
1 """"" s,l'' 'onvulslo.,s similar to
..ilunl . ll,u .-rn......i,l l..wln....l,. In.
........... ...... . .. ........ ..j ......
ectlons of strophanthln wero made.
These mnde the heart beat less Irregu
lar atli) exotic, u diuretic action, while
at Ihe Mime time they had no Influence
nil tho o ercontractcd arterioles.
Thcie Ji.uh been no convulsions since
wsleidoy bill this .lflernoon tlie hear'
i. i. on Increased. The heart beats were
on-liable and irtcgular, and for this
I'lis.m further freitient Injections uf
siiophanihln weie necessary. These
iiniM'd iocal : i ill a t b n and seemed to
worr ihe patient. At H o'clock thr
leiiipt raliii" of the I'unt'ff was f'! de-ii-s
'hie of the imvate chamberlains, who
.ilihough he has not been admitted to
ihe sick loom Is In close touch with
i.i he l'oic' sec I etu lies, says there Is the
j 1 1 1 ii ioh i ditfiiulty In nourishing tlie pa
; ,.lt owing Iii his loathing to
fond be. aits. uf a sore throat The
I upe is a.-, i llilpatlillt because of tile
waiin covering which ihe doct.us say
muM be kepi on him. He Is also ner
,.us i, v.-1 his own condition. Instead
. i juklnu about ll as h has done here
Pi of Maichiufav a, after Ids final
evening visit, lost his tempei when
a.ked fur n statement ns to tlie Pon
tiff's condition. He denounced hotly
what be c.illed the exaggerated news
paper 1 epulis and said it was tin out
1 age 10 spread rumors of Ihe Pope'i
death when he was suffering only from
a relapse of influenza, which would nn
be herloiis if It were not for the pa.
The Illinois of the I'ope's death to
which the doctor referred were sent out
from Pin Is. Piof. .Marchlafava 1 of used
to make au further statement und no
bulletin was Issued.
One ot the Pope's sisters and his
niece left the Vatican at 9 o'clock. They
did not seem to be us distressed as they
; wen- yesterday and told friends that the
Pope had no fever. Dr. Amiel, who left
ut 1 1 o'clock, admitted that the Pope
had a slight fever but was no worse,
He assured inqulrors thut there was
no Imminent danger of death. The
Vatican was rigorously closed by tlm
Swiss Guard ut 11:30 o'clock und (he
private telephone disconnected.
All tho members of the Vatican en
tniiruge, aro deluged with telegrams
from all over tho world Inquiring us
to the Pope's condition, and Cardinal
Merry del Val, the Papal Secretary ol
State, and the aecretarles aro working
night and day In sending replies,
Tho Pontiff's two sisters, Anna and
Maria Karto, Insist that his condition
Is Improved but refuse to give par
ticulars. They are much afraid that
exaggerated reports will be spread.
They say tho Pope warned them of
this, as he Is afraid alarmist reports
will destroy his peace ot mind and "kill
me before my time." Tho two sister