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THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1913.
thr use nf p.itty funds nt primary
inn to i miiI nuo a fuel on In con-
ni nr 'in Murium'
L'.. iiisli.ti Ml. lit nhni.tinxn,! ftt
Vl.ll" i'1 I "111, (pi rpnii'iii til iiic nt
Oil. if N'i ViilU. .mil Unbelt S. HIii
lirril H'i "-irn l.il nf Hit' club, would
n'tril'l m M w t ok's ennfcl once. Ho also
i i n I i . it-1-- ttmii .1. Hampden Dough
iii 1 : ri t I' Wheeler imil .Inlui .1.
1 1 . . t nf New Vnrk I'lly favoring a
s'.ivw ilr il.ini pilmnry law.
O.niliM lilliunii declared that t lion -iiinli
nf Roitibllenns In Albanv would
in 1 1 . ilt (Invornur nil they could
i il l!lu said lln" Democratic League.
Willi ll liplesonted III.IMIII I llltloora is hv
iihiiii' wcii- with tin' (lovi-mor almost tn
n man iiiul Hint tin' iip-Stnti' Democracy
was n unit for liltn nsldo from h f..v so-
I ntllll lenders.
"I'lnm ."i.l to per rent, of tin1 partv
III Now Voik State Is above The lliiinx,"
mlilril t'ol. Itleo, "that Is tin' Democratic
vote in tin' Suite outside of New Yolk
i in in inii.nmi mme tlian tin Demo
i ratio oli' In New York rlt. Von, lov
Sulcr. i. in Kid this groat iip-Slntc vote
behind Miu liv iidvm nting such reforms
mid placing tln'in upim tin1 statute
bunks Your message rrnil like n niw
liill of rights to iii "
K -Speaker I'llililp declared tin- tip
Staip I loinniT.its wanted a new Statu
Icndrr In follow.
K Senator Divetiport reviewed the
efforts tn got a Statewide direct prl
mai v unili'r Charles K Hughes, and de-
hired tlii two party machines in tlm
Legislature nlwn.vs nmhlnod at crttl-
nl moments lo defeat (!nv. Hughes.
'Mm I'rimrossl rrn support.
Mr Davenport in.ido It plain tliat the
Progressives were behind Uov Sulzor
n till- llulit, and pointed out that the
machine loaders would struggle hard to
keep the power concentrated In lliein
through i In- prr-ent primary law.
"(iov Suler bus undertaken to issue
A new declaration of Independence." said
.luilgo Hulgcr "Tim political thraldom
we haxe heen living under for the past
iwii or three voars has heen almost un
bearable Your message was the llr.nt
ray of hope decent Democrats have hud
in yearn. Y.ui are tho first man to raise
the h.innrr of reform In the Democratic
The Rev n II Miller, editor of the
.vorm Hiillrtln. told (iov Sul.or that
f he look no luckwatd step In hl
outlined plans to get lefurm legisla
tion he would he pointed to In the fu
ture as 'he greatest in. in m New York
State of our time
CITY CLUB ADl'ISES SULZER.
Points (In I'ltmiU In He Vtolriril
In it I'rlimir, Law.
The Cltv I'luh has sent a letter to
Onv Sul.or outlining Mime pllf.ills to
he avoided in the proposed direct prl
The letter, which Is .lgned hy Piosl
dent StrotiK of the i lull and liy the
memheis of Its committee on elfctlon
laws suggests a committee designation
provision In the primary law. as against
the .so. called slmon pure" direct pri
This rnmmltiee designation. It Is
pointed out. compels a party organiza
tion to reveal lis hand prior to the patty
prlmar. lends to make both party or
uanlza'ii and nnmlnntVns representa
tive and prevents party organizations
from conducting underti.ind campalKtis
for the nomination of candidates with
out nssiunim; iesionsitilht.
"LET HIM RAVE." TAMMANY
tm l.ender Will .Not 4'itmtilriil on
llillli ('miff rt'lter.
AnnoiiiH ement of a conference i h
l!o S.n.er o llevi.se ,i St.iteWlil.. ilnecl
1 irirmi rv law did lint appear to dlstutli
nnv Tnnunanv leaders l.ii-i night so fjr
IIS Could lie observed.
N'one would he uuoted. hut the gen
eral si-tii-e of their Informal lemarks
I. t linn rave "
Tllel. Will he II. I ..till .a I l.l elllellt
iiliout a dliect piiinaiv law whiih would
lie Statewide, until such a hill has heen
drafied and made public The mnlorltv
par'v In the Legislature will then de
cide on in I .on m i a ucu-
FATHER AGAIN DEFIES COURT.
Ordered In liltr I i I Ju ll K b t el. Ilr-
l-lee Willi llr I'riilll Ilnr4l.u1,
I. it tf.tt .'III ovel tile ustollv uf th-ee-ear.nld
Mll'llell AllKIISIa .Me- ei 111 not
lid ulln the ilerlsioM ,,( the iie.te
iilvlsion .iwaiillm: the child to bet Kianil
r.itller. I'Muald ltolilll; a III nn v coal
ini'ieb.itit The cum t onleleil the father.
Leopold Alfred M'i r. a ui.-i cli.mt tullur,
l'l KM lli the child bei.uMf h. ilnuveii
lo lloMmi. laakltii; It laipiisb for Mil
dreil l'i live fur two week- allel ll.'ltelv
with the father and uiamlfattu 1
Itobit.ek went to Unsloii with a cn,
of the Vl'll' llate IIivKIoii olllel lo Hi ! the
I b I Id II" letlirtleii e.steUt.V WltllOUt
hei and mjhI Meei bad tied T'rmeeil
ttKS w .11 be M.trtctl bei.. to initifsb .Mever
fin fnteini't of loiitt If be Is fiiunil In
New V.irl, State
Y. W. C. A. ACCEPTS WELLESLEY.
AmiIoiimI llunril'M llrmilullfiii la
Mlopleil III I'llIM enf lull.
It'cilMnND Va . April II The neail.v
one thniisaml ileleEates attendhiK the
fonrili leeniitnl lonveiitloii of the Young
Woman s Christian Association rose to
tni'M fict In a unanimous vole tn.ilHV
I.l K'Ve U'ellesley Colli (ft. AfSljl'latlotl the
' K"ts of charti i ineiiibei In the national
01 KHIII7H ' ion on Its ileeit l II lIRelieul
T'.-s wa.i one of the lecominenihitloiiH nf
he iniiional boaiil. all of which wet,,
upproveii Anntliei lived the annual
budget for the next Iwo imih lit t3pr,00n,
of which J::H.il'iii sliiill be for the Ketienil
work 111 I.OIiii for the work of the Held
rommbtccs ami JITO'IO lor the work hi
the '..teiKn colltlllles.
DRAPERIES SELL HIGH.
Tumi of I roianii-liiiilap shIc
I'lisaen I lie If Ml, (Mill VlnrL.
Ti.e si f cabinet 1 , antl'IU" diapeilrs
anil .1 I .injects beliniKliu In the clt.itfH
i-t Mi. 'am (leolK.l W '1'OHi.ui.lll, H. .1
Hun an and oHmis, nun In piuKress HI the
lo I'lfih avenue art iillerles, bniUKht
.i..sii at V'elirda 's wi'in, inaUliu; the
I ll.ll I . ,.te $1(1 njii
Some ..f the hlKhei' pi hex obtained
wen Inn fur a pah of old llrus-eH hire
d'iipM..s i.n, h.'iM'd In .li V I'lnsi, U'bi
tor 11 hi 1. nf aiitlipie milil ami tnse i:m
! .e win.bnv IihiikIiiks, fJ .1 (iii.li-. pur
1 M.isei ll.'.:' fot a S1M11I1.I1 leather1 seteeii,
Mis ! l.aw, iMiu'lia-ei . I7 fnr a unite
r N ti. .11 pniielain in lob.ill blue and
colli Ml jicc. I'Ui.'h.i'.eil bv .Mis. It. .M.
Willi to and a suite of Vlctoil.in dniu.isU
dfapi' .11 . le.itn and Kuld, limn-lit bv
.Mm ,1 I! ll'iKiiei for vn
line of ill liiiiiilurinila Mlaalnu,
IIai TiMoitr, pill II -liifoimatlnii whs
iieve lu-'biv that iihiele. n of the
etit iinililKliinl Kills lepiirteii 10 have
been kidnapped at .New c.inle. Ph., 011
he wh lo CIiiciiko havn been Hocoiintc.t
Qua I Hp Neoer Varies
GOV. FIELDER STUMPS
Sins 1 1 Is 1lii Thhijr TluM
'i 11 MhUo .lerspv
WANTS VOTK COM IM'I.SOlfY
.Miixor Wiit)oiiii SpiuN Li'llor
Wiilsh Ai l.
liov. I'lelder of .Vew ,l..-.ev has
taken the stump as an uilvoeate of the
Walsh commission Kovernnietil law. In
an address Inst niht at a mass meet
ing In the Dlckliiwui I Huh School, ,ler
wy City, he appealed lo the volets of
that clt. llohokeu. Itayoniie and
I'lilon Hill lo vote for commission rov -eminent
next Tuesdav. lie said It was
the only hope of lidillim' Jersey City of
the present chillier, which has made the
city a 'badl.v mnnuKed" place. He ex
pressed the wish that thele iniKht be
a law enacted makim; the failure of a
citizen to vote on primary and election
days an oflence punishable b.v tine or
The Walsh act was favored hy Cov.
I'lelder especially because It places one
man or four or the men at the head
of affairs utul holds them directly re
sponsible for the novel ninetit dispensed.
Instead of boards cnntainlni; mole than
a hundred members, as ate in control
In Jersev Cty at ptiwnt.
'The Walh act is so simple that nnv
man can understand It.' aid the Cov
ernor. "Ml the boards are done uwjv
with and the present antlnuated chur
ter and olcult-lt1 system become things
of the past None of the cities whiih
have adopted this fnim of novel mucin
.iliil there ate mole than a hundred in
the I'nlted States has leKietled It.
The cieatesl featute lu I h- commis
sion isovernmeiit law Is that vnu clear
municipal elections of partisan politics
Theie are no Kepuhllcan, liemocrutlc.
Socialist or Prohibition tickets in tho
Held, but Just a uroup of citizens."
Without lefenlnK to the next Guber
natorial 'niilesl t!ov. I'lelder declaied
that lie had Just one wish, and that is
to be Mayor of .lersev Cltv If commi--slou
government weie not in fori e. lie
said he would like to lie Ma.vor for four
or live vears vvi hoiit the ie. all and not
able to sue. ted hllU.elf. He e!.plalned
that he would mil want to be 1 hlef
executive WlMl tile pt'esen' ih.lt'ef in
'I Want ti ee New leej prosper."
Ihe liovetiior said, 'and there Is onu
one wuv 'o make 1; f.ui;,. ahead Thai
Is for all the tilles 1.1 udop' The mm.
ml-slon form of kov ei nnieiii '
AlthoiiKh In- was iintble on account
of lllnesM to attend. Mnvot Wiltpenti of
liT.seV It V sent his ptiv.lt- Secletntv.
Thoniiis r Me.mev. .Ir. ;o the mass
meetliiK- Ml Me.mev elt,i a letter from
the Ma.vor in which he advocated 1 0111
misslon Kovetnment and said-
'Comniissloll Koverillllellt is Him 1
Mill nf a Klent movement to brlllK the
KOVellunK pOWel 1 loser to the people.
II leplesetlts all honest lle-lte o better
municipal conditions and I advocate It
heartily. It llxes the lespou-lhlllty for
InetlliMeiif y as well us for etllclency on
the part of public otllclals and it pio
vldes a sine and swift lemeily for ln
i iillipeleno l eliminates IlllltlV boallls
and ( ommlssloiis. It t;lvc- tb,. people
an iippoitunlty to expiess their will
efieitivel.v on anv iiest.iuis or poln v 01
imploveiuent and extends the iiitluetice
which Ihev should wield In the inaMels
of public welfaie.
' II Is Kfiifinlly iiKieed that a change
ill mil lot m of novel utuetil Is desirable,
as the pleseut e.VStem Is clllllhersome
and iitiwleldlv and wholly uiilltted to
piesent dav needs. The only Immediate
tellef in slKht Is to be found In the
Walsh act, uniUr which much more
can be accomplished than under our
present form. 1'ndcr the chntiKe pro
posed a Kenenil Increase lu efficiency
"I thetefore urne Ihe adoption of
commission novel ninent. pledKlnn my
self lo exercise every effol t within my
power to Insuie lis appiuval at the
polls and Us successful operation
l''onntl- .llldne Hubert Cniey was the
other speaker. .1. A. Uear. president
of the .lerse.v City Coininlsshm (!ov
ernmeut League, under whoe auspices,
the meetliiK took ilnre. was chairman
of the meetliiK.
WINE SHOP HELD UP THIS TIME.
'I'lie Three l naUrleera Hull Tolnn-cu
Thtee Italians with the collars of
their lalncoatH well up ubove their ears
Weill Into the store of the Wine Grow
ers Traders Association, at Hal I'lrsl
avenue, near I'lfty-M'coiiil street, last
ulnht and asked for the verv lie-t wine
the place boasted
I'redeilck Wallers, inanaser of the
sliiic, who lives nhiive It with his f.iiu
llv, turned lo net tilts choicest wine
lie turned hack to look down the hnr
lels of three levohers.
The lender hacked Wallers Into a
room in the rear, searched him. look
$10 and harilcaded the door to the
I num. The oilier two look $42 from the
Walters whinnied up n stenmplpe and
banned on the teillnn till his wife mine
down rind net him free. The hnliliip
men had dlsappealed Thej had lucned
mil heer mlverllsenienls which depleted
an Inspector of police in full iinlMrm.
Cher his head inaicifd Ihe words
"An Inspector behind every bottle."
'END BUFFALO STRIKE;
CARS RESUME TO-DAY
liotli Sides lli'iit'll Aiil'PPinciit
11111I Troops Arc Onlcrcil
r.MOX IS NOT IIKCOUNIZKI)
j Arliilriilion for Sctf lonit'iit of
(Jucstioiis Arisiiiif in
' (hi' Kudirc.
IIi iiai.o, April 11 The sltlke of mo.
torineii and conductors on the Interna
tional Italhvav was seltled lo-day, anil
service on the city, XlannrA Kalla anil
l.nckpnrt lines will ho resumed to-mor-row
niornlnn The strike on the Buf
falo and Lake i:rle and the Iluffnlo
Southern lines will ho settled on the
same basis reached to-day.
The three renlluetus of the Fourth
llilnade. National (iiiard. which have
been on "trlke duty for three ilavH,
have been ort'erctl home.
The 1m-sh of settlement was reached
at ." o'clock this afternoon ufter forty-
elnht hours of pch.mi;fM of proposl.
lions and counter propositions Tim
men say they achieved a complete vic
tory. altliuiiKli they receded from their
demand that the ipiestlon of wanes and
hours, left to a committee) of otnploynen.
should be conducted thrnunh repre
sentatives of tho union.
The imreenient was not sinned by any
official of the union, which was consid
ered an Important concession by the
strike leaders The nnreeiiieiit was:
' I All etiiploveis who were In the em
ployment on Sntuiilay. April f., IMS. lo
lie retained to the service tn the positions
mid with the senloilty Held by them nt
"J When Hie employers have retained
to woik and within live dnvs after hnv
lnn sinned llils aKitemeiit. the company
will take up with a committee of the cm
ployees all complaints end grievances; and
the workhiK conditions for the future. In
cluded in these complaints shall be the
cases of the moil discharged within thlrtv
ilnys prior to April r., 1H1.1. As un al
ternative all ipiestlons shall bp submitted
".1. The board of arbitration to be com
posed of three persons, the employees
and the cotnpanv each to select un arbi
trator and these two to chooso the thlld,
In case of falliiie to select a third arbi
trator within the davs the Mayor of
lluffalo shall become the third arbitrator.
"The findings of the board of urbltra
tlou shall be thinl and binding on both
parties Kach paity shall pay the arbi
trator of Its selection, and they shall
Jointly pav the expenses of the third nr
bitintor anil such other expenses as inav
Arm-UN. N V April 11 - The first
Joint conference of employers and strik
ers In the Columbian tope textile strike
was held to-day. after which State
Senator .lames MrMniuis said:
' I can report onlv satisfactory pron
rrs Kverythlng indicates a settlement
in the near future "
It was intimated that the strike would
end to-morrow Officers of the Inter
national Harvester Cotnpanv are here
MAYOR MAKES CLEANUP RULES.
Police noil lloiiacholrtrra Mual llhry
or i:iar "land Trial.
Mavor Oaynor not Hied the borough
presidents. ComtnK-lniier Waldo and the
landlords, tenants and householders nf
th" whole city veetetdav that the long
deterred cleanup "abo'it to be under
taken" and usk-d that everybody -opetale
in Ihe lampalgn against dirt.
"Appoint inspec ois lo go about the
cltv and inspect Hie streets." the .Maor
wiole Commissioner Waldo, "and In nil
in-e- whet., anv material Is found in or
HUeilng. the street- let the Inspector
make a pieiise wiltteii lepoit thereof,
and thereupon let t lunges for neglect
of d.itv be null,. ,igun.! .he captain of
th" dMtut and let him be tried"
Til., uiembets of the force are by the
Ma ni's olders in be furnished with
blank summonses which they can till
out and serve on the spot upon any
luckless householder who is breaking
the health rules
Landlords, tenant uiid householders
ate warned that If they put their rub
bish and waste muterl.il outside before
they aie untitled to do so they will he
summoned to court. They are also as
sured that thev will land In court If
thev thiovv rubbish Into the street or
sweep it from their houses to the side
walk or from the sidewalk Into the gut
ter arier 3 o'clock In the mornlun.
NO SALE FOR STATE BONDS.
Hunkers lilt liiivrrnur'a Km I sauries
oiiilllliina Are II ml for 4 I'er Cents.
Deputy Stale Comptrollers Walsh and
Kendall, acting as representatives of
(OV Slll7..' mil! St.nlM l,ntmil...1lnP U..I..
mer. were iii conference with bunkers tn
ttie nnanciiil district sesterday sounding
the market on ihe Mutation of 11 n dun.)
of .1o.oiH.u00 1 per cent State canal
oonu. 1 in- Main tins not more than
$3,000,000 on hand Willi which to pur
sue its work.
I'tider the law bonds cannot he offeted
at less than par, nor can the Interest
rale lie higher than 4 per cent. The
bankele consulted said that the outlook
for helling securities at the price de
manded by Ihe Slate whs exceedingly
poor under present market conditions.
FARMER LEAVES $750,000.
Iloreliealer (iela n I In 1 1 ami Trnaiiia
Huston-, Apt II II An estate valued at
nearl.v ti50,noo. was left by a Dorchester
fanner. Charles II Uipciiu..r..i ...v... .n....
oil Tuesday. He dlierts that $r.,00n be
set usiue 10 erect itie (iteetiHood Memorhil
Ulllldlnn "for the welfare of the neighbor
IichnI or the imblli! " uther public beipiesla
raise the total tu ll'.'i.ouo
Mr. iHeenwooil hud about seventy
Ic mints. To those who lived 111 bis house's
over a enr Tie gave f 1 1111 m,., hx
BOSTON PHONE GIRLS VOTE.
Ileaull ill tin I lot on tureeim-iit la
Huston. Apt II II The telephone gills
b.illoled to.ibi.v on the iln stlini of no
nfiling tile llgleenielll submitted li the
iiimpauy ami approved b.v Ihe union 01
ganUeis, No Inihuiitloii of the majority
decision Is given.
Some of the girls sav tliat the labor
leadeiH have Insisted tlml ihej timst strike
to gain llnlr lights. The gltls ate anxious
to know what will happen uiidct the com
promise agieenicnt, piovldcil their Hp
peals go lo the piesldenl of Ihe cnmpnnv
and me tinned down b.v him, ihe plnii
1 1 1 n v 1 1 1 1 n t un nii-iina In chii; the miilter
78 CONVERTS TO ROMAN FAITH.
Nearly Ml I'rotealn nl eela ami Jn
A class of .oeventy-tlv e men and
women 1110 preparing to enter the
Itomait Catholic Church as the Im
mediate result of the two weeks mission
which Ilin I'atillsh I'ath rs have been
conducting In the Church of St. Paul
tho Apostle nt I'lfty-nliilh street and
Ninth nveiiui'. A dozen or more will
be received to-morrow and Monday, and
the others will enter within two or three,
weeks, uno of the converts holds an
Important plnce In an Mplscopal church
Father .Inmes M. tilllls, who with
I'.ither John II, Harney has heen con
ductlnc the I'.mllst mission, declined ;
yesterday to nlvo the names of nnv nf
thoso In the class, but he let II be
known that pruetlrally nil of the I'rol-'
'stunt denominations nre reiiresonted.
There are also one or two converts 1
from the .Jewish faith. Methodists mid I
Kplscopallnns are the most numerous ,
among those who huve chanced their
belief ns the result of the ml.lon
There nrp perhaps more of the former 1
than of the latter, of the Mplsco- !
palluns there are as many from the
Low Chinch as from the High Church.
The Presbyterians mid next the
Lutherans follow lu point of numbers.
rather Olllls thinks that before the
effect of the present mission has passed
fully converts will be received Into
BOMB NO. 60 WRECKS A STORE,
SI 1'erauiia Slreplna In Hear tts
The six eih bomb of the ,v nr. explod
ing vosterday moinlng In the nrixery,
bakery mid cns-'ltery store of Ouofrlo
Hlmo, nt 1'nlon and flklllm.-in nvenues.
Wllllamsburs, didn't Injure any one, but
it blew out llfry p.ins of glass In the
The police think thai a business rival
of lllnio .et on th,- bomb to frighten
Klmo was asleep in the rooms behind
the shop, wilh his wife, niolher-ln-law
and thr'e small children A brother
and Journeyman baker slept in the base,
ment Two policemen had left the cor
ner flva minutes befole the explosion.
The damage Is placed at $70U
PARK SHEEP DOG WEARS
CRAPE FOR MR. MORGAN
JhcI Whs (Hf( of (lie I'iiiani icr
iiml Is of I'cilitrrccil
.lack, lb- collie that helps Sin plierU
James Conway take cate of the city's
flock of sheep In Central Park, wore n
mourning band of black crape about his
neck ysterday out of respect to th"
rnemnrv of his former owner. .1 Pter
potit .Morgan, who gave the dog to the
shepherd eleven years ago.
.lack comes of n pedigreed ancestry
with more blue ribbons and other tokens
of merit than fall to the lot uf the aver
age dog He was u year old when Mr
Morgan sent him to the patk.
Twelve years is a gixal age for a dog
and .lnci; N losing some of Ills teeth,
mostly because of the candy and sweets
fed to him by women and children.
There are sixty-three lumbs In th- Mock
which was turned out upon the green
h few days ago for the first time this
your, and the youngsters oft"ii leave the
grazlnit ewes for a gambol upon the
drive, heedless of the passing automo
biles. At such t nirs the shepheid whistles
tu the collie and mils out: "Ilrlng 'em
In, bov " uud the dug sends them scam
Shepherd Conway celebrated til- tlftv.
fourth anniversary of his appointment id
the Park Department yesterflny. It wjs
on April II. 1SS!, that Park Commis
sioner Hogg made him one of the force
of men at work In creating what Is now
fen tin I Park Ho worked ns n laborer
for a time, then when the city pur
chased a few wild nnlmals he heciime a
keeper In the menagerie
Thirty-eight years nsTo the city bought
Its first Hock of sheep and Conway was
made the shepherd. He has been such
PRIZE TO PRESERVED BOUQUET.
Hail Urrn Kept a Vear hy I'roeeaa
Invrtilril h- Mm SehlliiB.
V bridal bouquet of lilies of the valley
attracted the attention of visitors at the
International Flower Show In the Oratul
Central Put ace yesterday wh.u It became
known that the flowers mere oer a vear
old. Hlthouxh ll was Impossible to dlf
feientlate them ftnin the freshlv picked
Tills bouquet was exhibited hi Mux
Sclillug of New York, who has peifeiled
an artificial piocess of piesening tiow.is
In their natural state.
The Isouquet took second prle for
Initial bouquets Alfred Kattnilllei. 11N11
of New York, won tlrst prize In this class
Private gardttnets (ompeted vestenl.tv
for the bfst decorated dining table The
table of Henry Siege), arranged with be
gonia and lilies of the vallej, won
first pi lite Samuel t'ntennyvr was
second nnd William Sim of Cllftniulale,
Mass . took third place.
Max Sohllng took llrt place In (lie com
petition for coisHge bouquets of oichiil".
Th" Hoslou Cut I'lmvei Conii.inv was
Sir .leremiHli fohn.in, the rhigllsh mus
tard manufacturer, tins refused nn offer
of $5,000 for his h hrld orchid, which was
shipped lo America for tills exhibit
BLAMES POLICE FOR VICE.
Mrs. Hrlltnu Aaaalla l lilcnuo I'nree
llelorr Senate Cum miller,
Ciiicaho, April II The police weie
blamed for t lit- downfall of bundieds or
Kills b.v Mis. (ieitrmle Howe Million, gen
etal supeiliitenUeiit of the Juvenile I'ni
lectlve League, at this afternoon's session
of tile Senate Welfaie Cotnilllsslou, .Mis
lltltloti bioUKht with her to the stand a
I'hiiI Index or IhJII Chicago dunce halls,
which, she said, fhigianll.v violate the
laws on the stulute books.
The appointment of thlny policewomen
ami Ihe caieful selection of a special dance
hull detail of policemen weie the most
stllkhiK I (fin ins asked by Mis. llllttuii.
AMERICANS KILLED IN MEXICO.
I'ell.v Ollleer ami Senuinii Mini llimn
Iii streel I'litlil.
Wvsiiiniiton, April 11.- The killing of
petty ottlcer and seaman of the cruiser
California hy Mexican pulhe ,n Mr seat -Ian
nn the west coast was leporteil to
the Navy Department and ihn State
The men killed were John A Klesnvv.
master at arms, San I'V.inclsco, and
William W Conic, ordinary seaman, of
l.oa Angel, j
HOUSE REPUBLICANS !
HOLD OPEN CAUCUS
l.ciuliT .Mil 11 11 IMisIips Tliroiiili
Itcform lo Put Diiiiipcr j
on Drinocrnts. 1
I A It I l'l 151 hi. lKN0rX('KI
KpprcM'iilnlivc Towner A I lucks
I'lT-sidoni for Ai-livity in
W.vsiiiMiTON, April 11 Kor the llrsi
time In th" hlstorv of the pnr'.v Hie
Republicans of the oile of Itepiesen
tntlves held an open caucus n-nlght
(in motion of Itepresentulive .lames
IS Mn nn of Illinois, the llepuhllcun
leader, the piess tcproscntltllves were
invl'i'd to attend. The mucus was
called tn ciinilemn the Democratic tarllf
hill. Tile Hull Moose ineinlict's held ail
'open conference" lnt week and on
Mnnd.tv the Democrats met In caucus
after an iiifnimal iiiiuouncement was
made by Pres'ileiit Wilson that In his
opinion all such meetings In the future
should be open n the press and the
public but the Democrats voted down
Ihe open plan by 161 tn St.
With the reject inn bv Democrats of
the open omens plan iidvlcated by
President Wilson. Heptiblican und near
ItepnbllC'HK began heating the torn
'.nils on the pioposition within their
ow u ranks.
Kepuhllcan Leader Mn nil knew that
some of his followers were restive on
the iiuostlon. and accordingly when the
mi cling was callul to-night he olTercd
a resolution providing that the press
should he Invited to attend. After nn
hour's debate Mt Mann's resolution
was adopted. N'o decision was reached
as to the polUv that should be followed
111 the future.
At ii meeting to be held later ihe Re
publicans will decide whether or not all
of their caucuses shall he open to the
press, Sentiment is strong for such a
lefortii The Impression Is that ll will
Another iiuesilon that will have con
sideration at the next meeting of the
Kepubllonns Is presented In a resolution
Introduced by Itcpresentutlv e Dillon of
South Dakota, u Progressive. This res
olution provides that no man shall at
any time be hound hy any resolution
that may he adopted bv the putty cnu-
Nearly all the Progressives approve,
the Dillon lesolutlon and ll I- Indorsed
by some of the old regulars.
Representative (Jardner of Massa
chusetts presented a resolution setting
forth thai Hie lA'publlcans favored the
creation of a tarltf commission to In
quire Into nil questions relating to the
customs laws N'carlv all the speakers
took occasion to denounce the I'mler
wood t irlff law
The (ialdner itsoliitlou was finally
adopted with nn amendment offered by
Representative (iond of Iowa declaring
that the commission should be non
partisan In character
In the course of the debate Represen
tative Towner of Iowa made an attack
upon President Wilson for Ills alleged
Intel fereiice vvltli the House In the
preparation of the I'nderwood tariff bill.
Representative l.entoot of Wisconsin
proposed that the Republicans should
offer a comprehensive substitute for the
Democratic bill. It was decided to offer
as a substitute for the Cnderwood hill
the reports of the Taft tariff board,
which propose rates lower than In the
existing law, but not quite as low as lu
the I'nderwood bill.
The Republicans will meet again on
Thuisday night of next week
SLENDER PARK FOR NEWPORT.
Strip I'lfleen Keel Wlilr Offered li
AA'ell Ii mm n I'eraona,
N'KWi'oiiT. R. I, April 11. Loilllard
Spencer. Jr. acting for several property
owners, has offoied to the city a strip
of land Li feet wide along the southerly
sldo of West Nnrragnnostt avenue
Tills strip was Included originally in
a iraut of land bordering on Wellington
avenue, which was given by the same
property owners to the city fnr park
purposes. Litigation prevented the city
from accepting the Narraganseti ave
nue strip at that time.
The Hoard of Aldermen has leferred
the new offer to the City Council, with
recommendation that It be accepted. It
Is understood that .Mrs Lortllatd
Spencer will have the land beautified
with plants and a fountain If It Is ac
cepted. The dollols of the stilp are Mrs. John
Nicholas Utnwn. Mrs Kllen I'rench Van
derbllt. Cliarles !'. I tollman, (ilbsnii
1'ahnestock, the estate of Alexander
Agasslz. Hugh H. Auchlncloss. Henry
White. A. Livingston Mason, Kdward L.
Ludlow, Kdwln D Moigan. Mrs. W K.
Isellu and the estate of Lorlllard
NOTICE TO WOULD-BE CITIZENS.
VI list rile Naliirnllrallnu I'elliloii hy
Mn? T In X olr November -I.
'oiintv Clerk Schneider announred yea.
tenhiv that Mnv 7 .s the last day for
tiling petitions for naturalization by aliens
wlio ih she to vote at tin- next election
on Nm ember 4 I'nder the nw ninety
d.i.vs must elapse after the llllng of peti
tions liefore the alien Is summoned to court
lo be examined as to his nines?, and a
person must be a citizen at least ninety
da.vs before lie can vote.
Tlie County Clerk has aruinged lo have
ncldltlonal Judges hear naturalization peti
tions in ordor that all who are qualltled
inav be admitted to eltlrenshlp In time to
SPARKS FROM THE TELEGRAPH.
HeiiM I-" nation, fntiueih cashier of
tlie Kaimeis' National Hank of Somerset,
Pa, was Indicted yesterday, chatged with
abstraction nnd embezzlement id Jill, (Hill,
Twelll.V-llVe pelsillis weie hull, llllttt
dangerously, when a holt of lightning en
tered the lulibv or 11 hotel at Independence,
La,, esterda Seventeen weie uncoil
scions for an hour
Mrs. Kllzabeth Wrbh, Ti' .veins old. rt.
exhaiisted wilh hunger in Philadelphia
jesterday utul died an hour later. Shu
was seeking fond for lief husband, a help,
Tho Com of Appeals m.i.v not have the
anti-race truck law prohibiting oral bel
ting and holding race track dlreotois
liable for betting on tracks hofiuo It until
(Inv Tenei of Peiui'.jlvania elciied the
Jones hill to siippiess tiafflo ip union
eggs for i heap bakeries vestciduv It ie
qlllies all rKKH unlit for food to be tteutcd
IS IN TROUBLE AGAIN
Ix lull -
Kx-Wnitcr Who .Mnrricil
like Ijliccn" Arri'xli'il
ill I'm ncc.
IU(A; IN THE MAhKIIOS
Mcxlcniis Sniil (o 1 1 vc Itci'ii
Connoch'il With Mythicnl
(,. ..( ' .ifcV lifpalrh t" Tin. si
Pvins. April 11 Charles Kugeiie Car
bonoau. formerly of Quebec, was nr
rcsted at Itoiilogiie-sur-Mer to-ilay
while on his way from Iondon to
Paris. He was accompanied by a tlf-leeii-year-old
Rlrl who, he said, was
his daughter. At the same lime tho
Paris oftice of the I liigru-Cticnca
ftnllway Company or Hctiador, or
which it Is said he Is the promoter, was
searched and all papers and funds
The examination disclosed the fact. It
Is said, that the Modern brothers of
Mexico worn at the head of a gigantic
scheme which was planned In con
Junction with n projected railway In
Central Mexico. The bonds of this cotn
panv were issued b.v Henri Roehctte,
the I'rench banker, whose condemnation
to imprisonment for alleged crooked
transactions In I'rance and his failuru
to appear In court recently moused
Itoth of these railways exist only In
the. Imagination und the case against
the promoter is still ponding In tho
courts. Carbolieali, It is alleged, Issued
80.000 bonds of the Hitgrn-C'uoncii Jtall
wa Company on April S nnd realized
$1.T.'.0.0(0 therefrom. H Is said that
CnrboiiiMii has already been ill difficul
ties with the Canadian and I'rench au
thorities and that he was condemned
lu connection with tlie failure of the
Hold Run mining sohclne to two years
imprisonment. The losses of the vic
tims in that rase amounted to scvci.il
million dollars. There is said to be a
further charge against him Involving
hundreds of thousands of dollars which
will be pressed now thai ins identity
has been established.
As long ago ns 1H00 ('mini Clioilcs
K. I'arboneau, us he was known and as
he st vied himself, was In trouble in
Philadelphia, whore he was charged
vvltli kidnapping his siter-ln-lavv. Agnes
Mulrooney. An automobile, pistol shots
and detectives figured In the cast, and
Curboueau and the gill Worn llnallv
'aught at the Hellevuo-Stratford. Cnr
boneail ill the time described hlmselr
as a "commissioner In baiilclm- ri
Jtles" and gave addresses In Pails, Lon
don and New Ymk He was released
lu couit next dav. hut the a 1 lest re
called stories of Carboiienu's adventures
In the Klondike in the golden davs of
'lis and '9it.
It was lu 1S3X that Caiboneau, known
already as "tho Count," went to Daw
son City. It was said that 1 aim-
from Montreal, where ho had boon u
waiter. Ho had little nionc.v, but his
pleasing manners made fi lends and 11
wasn't long Is'fore he had acquired
rights lu promising claims, lie found
a quicker way to fortune, however, by
murrylng Belinda Mulrooney, owner of
the hotel at the Juncture of the llldo
rado and Honunza crooks and holder of
claims to many valuable properties The
wedding celebration Is still talked of b.v
Dawson's old timers.
At the time of the kidnapping Agnes
Mulrooney said that her sister had be
gun divorce proceedings, but lu 1011 it
was as Mrs. llellnda Caiboneau that the
former "Klondike queen" sued Tiffany
& Co. for Jewelry valued, she said, at
$11 -Ll. which she had stored with tho
company so that tho "Count" from whom
she had purted could not get them. He
did get ilium, It seemed, and while the
company paid Mrs. Carboneau $.".00, said
lo be the value named when the Jewelry
was deposited, she sued for the dlffcr
enoo between that and $11,-I54. At the
same time she brought action nganlst
Revlllon 1'reres for $t;,400 worth of furs
which her husband had also succeeded
in getting after she had stored them.
At that time Mrs. Caiboneau said tliat
when slie man led Carboneau she had
believed him to lie a French count. Inn
had learned that his polished manners
were acquired lu a Montreal restaurant
She had left hlni, It was said, In tho fall
of 1?04 and had conic, to New York.
Carbonen.il followed, and learning of his
presence In tho city she stored her Jew
elry and furs before returning to the
Klondike to look out for her mining in
terests. When she came hack she
learned that Carboneau had procured
both Jewelry and fins and had dis
appeared, LADY SCOTT ARRIVES HOME,
Vnil Halt) Prior la Ihe llappleal Ho?
.V;fei r,ii,lr Dtiintcli in Tar Si
I.OMKIN, April 11. -Lady Scott, widow
of the heroic captain who gave his life
for service in the Antarctic, arrived In
London this nftornoon from New Zea
land, where she wont to meet her hus
band. In her sorrow there Is one rnv of joy.
At a window In a house in Itucklng
hani Palace road a bah.v laco was
pressed against the pane watching for
mother. Peter, Lady Scott's threo.oar
old son. was as hnpp.v as he could bo
and his mooting with his mother
banished for u lime tho sorrow In her
cut down tire bills ll
1 TURNERS FOR BOSTON MUSEUM
II ill lit rl Ciilleellnii of ''l.lb.r vni.ll.
iirtiiu" I I ii u lliiek inerli-n
SliffM I'uhlf Hrnpntrh In Tne St
LoN'po.x-. April 12 The lurum ;,
snvs thai W. (I. Rawllnson luci oq
' line cnllectlon ..f Tiirtur', I
Miiuinruin mane nv .vir itn' ,ri
Huston, lie did not get the tn.n ,.
price Hist has been ropurted hut u.
a little more than ho gave for in. ,-ni..
Mr. lliilliird's relatives will .anv nu
his known wishes and pn i'in i' n
lection lo the llostoii .Miiseum.
I The tlrst of Turner's l.lhrr draw r.s
I was made in 1 SOU and oilu rs rmlnwe
, until ntxiitt ISliI Fourteen Issue ..f
publication vvero given i i tv n ih n
each part containing" live plates ..net
lug tho wholn range of landscape art
An additional plate was iticludo'Jnn one
' occasion us a gift In subscribers, makum
t-eventy-one drawings In nil Ten otlic
i plates wore begun and part of liicninm
' plctod but never published, Those vve .
'intended for the fifteenth ifirfl sixteen)1
j The publication of th,. .p,rr
Stmllarum is ascribed bv some rltl. s
, (hiclly to Turner's doslr in show hi
1 work to the public of tho day In rlvalr.
of Claude, who then was the fashion
The plates enst subscribers live Hhlllns
apiece. At one time, early In the nine
teenth century, many were thrown away
ns worthless. Then their values g.in
to rise until single proofs have hmuirht
well over $1,000.
AMERICANS VISIT BERLIN.
sei'relarj of C I tit tins a lleeelaea
Vloll I'riilll Ilia Milliter.
;ii-ni Cablt I'rnmrh In Tub i s
Hr.itt.lN', April 12 The last week h.i
been the dullest one ill society of th
season. Mrs. Drew of Chicago, mother
of Joseph Clark Drew, the secretary of
tho American Kuibasy. Is here nn a
visit to her son.
Wllllnin Dickinson. Walter Wdhams
and Alexander Herbert of New York
und K P. Ii nnet nnd wife of Hos'nu are
COMPLAINS OF OCEAN ROUTES.
l,oliili.n Tlitles" Snjx TrileUa Hair
eitiitltv Moon MfMeil .YnrlH.
H.rrmi dihlf littpateh tn Tint Scv.
I Lo.visiv, April 12. Tho Timet rnin
.plains that the official statement of th
Atlantic routes printed yesterday Is am
blguoiis. it shows that tho new track
I nro ncttmllv more to the north than
! the smith, and concludes that tho d.
islon was liiiluenccd liv tlie work if
the American scout ships Seneca. Scotu
BARRED FROM HOTEL
(iiic-lo .-il l lie Xiirrna'iiiM'M in
Providence r'enr IliinirtT
I'hoviiihs'.i:. April 11.- Dr. Frnler'.k
I'ran.i riieiliuann will not Iter .in
more i iil.orrulosis path Ms at the N.i
This edict went forth this nfie-r i
while Dr. l'rli'ilmann was at St J" t -Hospital
conducting a chn.c As .i
suit live patients and one plivsirinti .
tendinc; two nf them who had i titiai..
looms eaiher in Ihe week wer us.
to leave tho hotel before i; o'i l.n
Act oi illng to I P .k Delia!.) mii
g r of tile lintel, tlie a. linn Was . d
bemuse of complaints Indeed '
I glli'Mls of tile hotel.
"This does not mean ' said Mr M
Donald, "that We aie doming In Fried
liimnn permission to live a' i'io "
' Wo huve room for his party. In.- n "
for the patients, as our gnosis deebne
to bo subjected to what thev believe
Is groat danger liom contagion I,r
Frledmann has admitted that I rnoM
not be blamed In a measure fir "e
action I have taken. I hope he iv
have no trouble lu Undine siitia,,e
ipiarters for tho administration of
No sooner was the nctlnn taken hv
the hotel known here than some
the physicians who wore Instn ine'i' i
In Inducing Dr. Frledmann n i une
this city were busy nsslstlng him " "
eating a house in a central ''"
the city to enable him to cont-nue '
Lr. New York . . . 12.40 noon f
Ki tty Wtdnuday and Saturday g
Per Railroad and Cullman ticket S
delivered by hpeclal Mcnenjer -
vvltlioul eitra charce. addrex s
(ieneral Raternl'asaearer Agent 9
ISIS llniudwuy, New Vorl. j
liMklra Tiaar. 17 Moa