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VOL. LXXX.- NO. 227.
NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1913. CovyrlaM, 191.1, by Ihr Sun I'mithin ami rubllnhiuu Aactatlon.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
IN BANK FAILURE
Atlantic Xntional of Piovi
(l(MH'i Closed and May
LI UULITIES ARK S2.7r)0.000
Popnsitors May Get 00 Per
f'ent. President Met
ealf Had Quit.
HINT AT ARRESTS I aTslasJS'j 1 BI-PARTISAN MOVE
liner tlin Kdvvnrd I'. Metcalf Ititi-ri-sts
acquired control early In Mot, was
tnovpil to Grnsvenor (then tin- Han-
Igani Itullclliur. The old nntliin.it i..mk
or which .Mr. Melralf was ptcxlilcnt wax ;
nbsoibcd tlnu hv tin- Industrial Trni
The stork of tho Atliintlc. par of wlilrh
Is :.n a share, wax sought by the Met
calf party, composed largely of New
Vurk men, and control was olit.iliit-d at
an average Heine below Hk par value,
although thp range of price In lane wax
from $13 to $;m a sharp. In November.
H'Of,, $20 a share wax paid in hy stock
holders, nn assessment of this 'amount
being made to provide u latuer "sur
plus" than the bank had earned.
The capital wax Increased from $22.",
000 to $300,0(10 In 1011. Sine 1U06 the
Mock has sold an high ax $!, and last
ycir ax low a $60 a share.
Individual deposits currlcil'hv tin. At.
luntle were ax follows on the dates of
STRIKING CHILDREN RIOTOUS.
sheriff t illleil On to Make Thrm tin
Tuaiv tows-, April II.-The xlrlke of
school children In Klinxford has he
roine .o serious that Sheriff William I (
, Doyle wax asked to send deputies to
the district lo xtop the rioting of the i
. children and make them go to school.
I'I'he SlicilfT xald that th,. children are
'all nnoer I ft e;irx old mid the truant'
oll'aii should he able to handle the!
.t ...... '
. I tin t itio.
The truant oltlcor hax tried, hut li.it
h.en unsuccessful, To-day the children
hail parndex and noisily ilemamled that
( Principal !: M. Kline he retained. The
Hoard of Kilucntlon last week deposed
i VIIIim .1. Clenson as principal In
. -i liool district No, 7 and moved Kline j
to Hint position, The dNmlxxal of
itlleaxon i-imxpil a strike last week
j which was .o serious that fifteen clill-
Atuivr v.. .11 u . The Indications to-. 'l,rM (irtexted and sentenced to
TO EXPEL STILWELL
St'imtor Hrown t'scs Strntt-ny
After Commit Iim Dmlirrs
Quest ion of Cuilt.
Ul VOTKS SKK.M ASSI'KKI)
Sonic DiMiHMTiitic Scnntors. In-'
(luilinir Wiiyncr. Mny Sup
port I'liin to I'liscnt.
DIUAI AD MITDTM7DDTV MORGAN TAX MAY BE $3,000,000
RIVAL Ur lUUUULIlLiU
CUBAN MAYOR KILLED
Dcfcnli'il CjiiKliiliilc nt ("it'll
I'nids Shot Down in
SO.MK TALK ItKVOMTlOX
the last olllclal call, the call preceding i " "". ' ' '' .lacohx xuspen I sentence.
that one anil the call of nearest date "'Hulillcan leader, unit a inajoru.v or, T. strike at Irvtngton lx still on.
a year ago: April 4, 1013, $2,203, l.l.'.S!!; 'he Republican Senators will vote to- This was caused hy Hie reipiext of th
I'ehruary A, 1013, $:,,407,sri; April' is', i morrow to unseat Senator Stephen .1. Hoard of Kducatlon that F ,1. lllerce.
lOIL', $2..12.fiT2.."15. Crox deooxiiH -..r.. 1 .j.it ii ...i... i i... i.-..n.i.ii principal, rcxlmi The children held a
, . ' . rt.ll.x'll 111 I lie l.i. Mix ..II i
i . , .. .. i .1. . ,i.t ...in I s llieeiniK in uie feuool ailllltorium
CIIUIIX UI l'. llll I IV'll llllll llltll llltn ,,
xl months In Jalt Later .ln-tUe
STnrKIIOl.DKHS AUK T.TAHLK
Iniliviilnnl Deposits $2.20:?. 1 T,
in Ntv York Controlled
somewhat larger than these totals.
There are rt.llOO shares of Atlantic
capital stock oiitstandlni,-. and the share
holders are liable to an amount double
the par value of th-lr holdings, The
par of the stock belni; $."0. this liabil
ity is extended to $100 a shatp.
MRS. BRUGUIERE LOSES
SUIT FOR MAINTENANCE
lT.nvtr.rAVE. It. I., April It.- -The At
lnn,l" N'.Hl-'m! Hank vilipended thlx
rrnrn nc and nt the request of the dl-rr'-irj
National Hank Kxamlner ,Io
fpi I'.ifh took charpe. The condi
tion n" reported provo to tlnanclnl
Jos,', here that the bank will never
reopoti fr biislnes.
S,ilicn."Ion was decided upon by the
ri.:fotnr at a tneetlns yesterday. Con
o r in disclosed made the move lm
I' 1 rumored that thero Is n prob- ,
sf!M of criminal liability In certain J SN- IUancisco. Aprlll4.-Mrs. .Mnryon
ana lmu """" ,"' l e,lpra" Rruciiiero lost her suit to-day iiKalnst
h .ir.Ties coiniueie iiieir invcsiiaiion
thrre will be developments aloni; that
The Industrial Trust Company and
lead n number of llcmocintlc Senators,
Police He.servcs mid Humles Pa
trol Streets I'cnriny An
I Will He l.nrut-M Ker I'nlil Slnle li'
Ai.iuxv. April 14. Computations tniule
In the State Comptroller's office to-nlRht
i place the Inheritance tax on the estate
of the Lite ,1, I'lerpont MorKIin nt be
tween $3,1)00,000 and $4,000,000.
This will be the larKest ever received
by the State from a Blnitle estate and
lx based on the report placlnR the
wealth of the dend IIiihucUt nt $ 1 00.
000.000. The Inheritance tax Imposes on sonni
beiUextx a tas of 1 pur cent, up lo $.i0,
OOii, per i cut. up to .S'JfiO.OOO, 3 per
cent, up to $T.",0,000jind 4 per cent,
up t" and over $ 1,000, 000, Where there
me rollatpr.il liiMiuests the tax Is ',, fi, 7
anil s per cent , and a reduction of ,", per
cent. Is made whele the ta lx paid
ui'hlii sIn monthx after the appraisal,
NEEDN'T CLOSE AT 1 A. M.
AT MORGAN BIER
Kvery Interest and Xatiou
Represented in St.
SKRVICK ONK OF SONG
Crowds Outside Sec Hcnrso
Rear Mini To nnd From
on Saturday tilitht. cheered Itlerce and
hissed and hoot"d the members of the
Incllidlni; Majority l.ivuler Wanner, to board who are opposed to liltn. There
vote also for SiIIwcII'm exiiulslon. lm. l,',n friction In the Irvlniiton
As soon as the State Senate adjourned '""""d. and the new schoolhouse, , seated with some friends and said: "1
lllul tmiiinlntnil nt ,i invl nt tOAA nAA I.. I .... .
to-nlpht Senator Hrown culled his It,- ; ., ,.,"11.. ,,.,. -r ' " "m K"inK Kl" yo" """ wam " 11
. .7 .. . ............... hup 11 man.
01 lie te.'UKX nave lauen anil It Is
f. a red that more will come down.
Decision Is Hfiscd I'pon Her
Mnrriiijre to J. Stewart
h I'nlon Trust Company combined
' 111 rn.tis and volunteered to loan
tn At antic National Hank depositors
10 p." ii nt of their deposits as soon as
pniWe after details can bo nrranced.
The bnnk holds about $400,000 of sits
1 picloti" paper, of which about $1,",0.000
rr.y h s;ilvai;ed. It Is believed that
the depositors eventually will pet from
ft to ?! per cent. The capital and sur.
ritw flJo pone. The total liabilities nre
A large quantity of paper held hv the
I task for loans Ih said to be Inadequate
! publican colleagues Into conference be-
I hind closed door.x.
After the conference of Iteptibllcan
Senators ended It was learned that at
least twelve of the sevent en Republi
cans were to vote to expel Sen.ttor Stll-
! It was learned also that Senator Was-
ner and nt least rlpht other Democrat
will vote apalnst Senator Stllwell, mak
Inp twenty-one votes sure In favor of I
unseatlnp the Senator. The opinion of J
those who nre npalnst Senator Stllwell 1
Is paid to be that there would be more '
than sutllclent votes to expel him from
the Senate Twenty-six are required
ASHURST TESTS WILSON
POPULAR RULE POLICY
Wants President to Wait for
Vote of Arizonn Refore
tjirt-Ml faM' tlrnrttih to Tim St.v
IlkVtNA. Aplll H. .lose Kerilllllde7..
l:i,,.w.i ..x 1M1I.I1I Hip defeated Liberal, '' "es.l I11I1U TI111I ol
candidate for Mayor of Clenfuepox, wax Sale if MrliiUn Mut lnt.
killed this afternoon In reprisal for the' llextalirant owners were elated yestir-
axxaxxliullon of Senor .MeiiendeK, the ' day at the news that Justices D'Keefe,
ConseivatlM- MuMir of that place. 'Salmon and Moss of Spprlat Sexslonv J(,u .Minnt(, Uui f f),.,,,.,,
Special I'oll.eman Kus aqulo )rdon,v., anp , Kiay lurt,.ntIf.r ;, ,,;
who was very fond of Mayor .Menende, ()f n W1(i()n 1t j.,.v,,ntl, nv,,IU. lin()
entered a cafe where I-Vrniindc7. was i.-ftleth street, of violation of the Honor
The Justices held that they could not
convict a man who allowed ilancini;.
Ordonez bepan shootlnp Immediately ,
and emptied his revolver before any
one could Interfere. Fernandez, who '
linil utn,il 111. when (Intone, tieiran fir.
Inp. fell on a table and nulled It over (inynor and see If he won't stop Waldo's xald pood-by to Its senior warden yester-
with him when he fell to the tloor. men from lutcrferinp with mornitip day At the mid of the funeral servlco
turkey trots. 'which ho had deslunnted and wherein
there was no word not ofviho ritual of
his faith, the body of John I'lerpont
151 ItlKI) AIT HAIMTOKD
Funeral .Lasted Only
Hrown old St. !eorpe's Church, facine
eatlnp and slnplnp In his place after stuywmnt Square, now preen with hud-
dinp xprinp nnil bripht with tjilipx and
Fernnndez died two hours later from
a bullet wound In his head.
The police rushed In and arrested
Ordonez, who made no resistance. The
prisoner refuses to tnlk, but It Is clear
that he held "Chichi" Fernandez respon
sible for the kitllnp of Mayor Mencndez
by an ex-pollccman named Campos, who
has been captured. Campos declares
1 A. M.. so lonp as liquor was not sold.
-Tl.n .nulntifnnl ...n., until tt,..t' -iil,l
appoint a committee to wait on Mayor sparn.w,.
FALLIERESS DAUGHTER SUED.
II 1 1 nee Rtivrrnment Clnploj ee
Slnrl" lllrnrrf- I'rneedlnu.
ffttein) Cable tlttpateh to The Sex
I'Aiitx. April 14. The Intrnnniiirnul , '
...... uiir in umiiere. weaiiny ptiyslclan, I the Senate Twenty-six are required. , Washington-. April 1 I President Wit
tor maintenance as a wife. She mar- vt ii, .,,..tii.f -,f 11,.. s'r,,i,.i. i,.,u..i. 1 sons Idens of direct povrrnment hv the,
ried ltrupiilere In 1902 but seven venrx n. immm u n. 1 people nre to be put to a severe nrnctl- 1 fnt'Kos over the murder.
later lie divorced her In Tteno,
moved that the committee tind as not ' ' 1 y r "r"ry r "n,lr!,t or
She went to New York and married llstmtcd additional facts, which If nc- 1 " '.' V .,...,, ,
J Stewart Dennlnp of New v.Ir ,1 ' '' the committee could only ro- . "r. ,W ' " n ndvocato of
.1. Mewart Dtnnlnp of New ork and uneatlnp of snntor stll. ,h" Initiative and referendum and Ju-
Hrupulero also married npaln. A few " YhV. Senate O t n " ,,IHal rr,nl1' ,,n" ,,,,, ",,n nl-'n a
months after her weddlnp Mrs. Dennlnp ; bers of the committee prexent Senator P'nn 'Irtermlnlnp the popular 'choice
learned that the divorce secured by . Hrown w., o,v , w,o vou-d , '''ie
juimmcrc was nivalin anil mm sue was ' ltt! iiioieui
Morpan was lxirne awayto Hartford to
lie beside his father. Thousands and
thousands of flowers sent by frlends'wero
scattered anions hospitals. That also
- ...... .., 11 t... 1 was ins wix 1.
tl,,.t t. kill...! th.. Mnvor because till) y iinu unimr uura-iims.-, nun- nirn
J l tl " , j , rrini. Z I In, o . t ' commenced by Jean Lanes npalnst his In the personnel of the company of
tic tJrZ ' " whn " ''"'''- rf tr 1 1..-0U that t1lle,l the church while many
' There wa's preat excitement In Clen- ''". -f 1 l'Tm ,h" "n-1 X-
Tin; police re- i'., .,rtnn.i 1 police IIiiph In Un ftroet, the for-
1 nnl i.it ..lit tllll I - - -"
8TVW Hint1 UH'Il Wlim inn miu e Itll flw. V f 1 m t Inn of f
mlnntl li.i ii'lll n.ill Html. I t, M A .1 1 XX ft
. . - ...... .1 ii u ih mini inni iip KPntrn ttunniaii'
uierrioro fxiu nw wire, bo aiie caused . . V V I" . . , " 1 non to nnmo tho man.
her marrlape with Dennlnp to be an- r.qlIPrtlllB tho Juil(.,.irv committee
nulled and came here lo establish her to nnd facts which would mean Sena-
. . . , lllllll 111." l-AI'llllll
rales In detachments of twenty-tlve t,-i,i.
nro patrolliiip the streets. Huslness , s,m(, ,j.1)!). ,,wrv waft $10o.0ft0 and
Is suspended nnd all the stores are (l(M. ntl!)1,an(1 rcCelved a well paid Job
closed. The Secretary of (.overnnient s lIcpartmentiil paymaster. The In
has ordered nil the detachments of lrntttrat np t t iH customary to
rurales in Santa Clara province to con- ril,.lrn ,h howtv under such clr-
jcentrate Immediately at Cienfuepos, ctns,.inci.H and whether It Involves a
Falllercs's . I''1' W!,s probably unparalleled in this
rlphts as a wife.
The court held that her nctlon In
mnrrylnp In New York showed she ad
mitted she was no lonper Ilrupuiere's
wife. The case will be carried to the
State Supreme Court.
helnp of a "wildcat" variety.
A Suit $4S,O0n of Morris Park stock Is
Invaded In the worthless paper. This
! an echo of tho Hobln failure of Ut
PHw.irH t rl,.nlf Tirnelrinnt of V,
Mnk. resipne,) on April ?. the reis0I. ' M"lulne McKlssIck of San Francisco,
t . n li'n-ui imntiit I from whom he obtained a divorce In
t-'T .otne jar 1'ie-e had been
t'-'rt ..a ihe street that the bank was
I'tr. ii.- money an unsalable pajier.
s' r .if i or openlnp time this morn
iz - ,v ..winp notice slpned by n.ink
rv'n p. r .loxetih Hatch was posted on
. .1 doors of the institution:
' the i.qinst of the board of directors
W (lardner. president of the
u-d tins statement nt noon:
i Hiit,,' Witional Hank suspended
'i iii'iitiliip pursuant to a ote
.i- I ,if dreetnr. and at the r
President Taft appointed ex-Gov.
Sloan to this Important Judgeship, but
the Senate refused to confirm the nom
ination and n vacancy exists, There nre
now twelve candidates.
1'nder a statute of the State of Ari
zona 1.1 per rent, of the voters of tho
State may petition the Governor to call
an election for Federal .ludpe. Senator
AslmrFt has sent more than a thousand
circulars to leadlnp citizens In Ar'zonn
and the newspapers there are printing
the kllllnp of I.l.ber.ils.
Congressman" Garcia of Santlapo told
tor Stllwell's expulsion, but instead he
merely dissented from the report be
cause It did not contain "a statement
of the material facts established by the
While the Democratic Senators gen
erally were non-committal to-night re
pardlnp their ttosltlon on the Stllwell
iir. -e(iar liniPUlere IS Hie son or a I nnestion. It wos nl.iln llml thev were
wealthy l-ailiorniiiti. Ills lirst wile was uMHml- n see how Hie wtnrt would blow blnnk oeiltlonx. which their readers nre
to-morrow on the toll call, although , requested tn sign and forward to the
two-thirds of them aniiarpiitlv desired ! (!o ernor
1901.'. The decree prohibited him from t,, vole to exonerate Senator Stllwell. I Some of the Democrats In Arizona
marrying npaln for n year, but live Stllwell's friends are conlldent that he ! have bei ome alarmed over the proposed
days before Christmas of the same wl) . exonerated, although they udmlt special election. They have warned Scn-
ycar lie weni in i.eno anil married . .i..,.., is .... iin,l,.reiirrent against ator Ashlirst It lillgnt resilll in uie eiec-
llinl ! tlon of rx-C.ov Sloan, a Itepubllcnn.
Senamr Wactipr said that the Demo-1 whose nomination was not confirmed by
A son was born to the couple, and , ,r.,t(, w,ux,i nt caucus on the Stllwell the Senate,
they lived together until 1904 when I ,mUpr , tnlll p.,,.), Senator would be 1 "I told them that If the people of Arl-
i l.i ii charge of this hank nnd i Mrs. Marvon HruKiilcre left her bus- , neenntitiL- to hi .,wo eon. zona wanted t.ov. Sloan for l'ederat
so. I lis doorx. acting under the ' band, charpinp cruelty. Two years later science. The Democratic Senators were J'xlg'' they were entitled to have him,"
I direction of tin Pomnl roller tt ...,,r.,,l,.r.. ..nnr.xl t ili-nrr. fr.tn-i ... t. v,n ix.'uil Sennlor Axhnrst.
- j'i. . . .. . . . oixiiiroi'ii in iiiuiK 1 1 l.i i ine iv.'iiuiiiii nn .. ,
his wife in Iteno. and in August. 190fl, . Senators should treat the question ap- j Th- election if .ailed will be open to 1 :o, r 7
i.p tnnrrled Xana Price King of San ,,.n,k. .. n..,.i,... ... e.nn iw.r.ir.. 1 Democrats and P.epnbllcans alike to ac which resulted In the rei olt of 1906
iv,nkpn l.,'....i' i.'.i ..l.i ! vote for a choice Aicle from the local In nn attempt to overturn the first re
Other troubles that hac brought! Whetner or not the disturbed state asiect of the proceedings many Demo
Mrs. Brugulere Into court were a suit I of tiiln.l among the Democratic Sen- t-rilts ,n WnsliltiBton nre fearful that
. . . ... .. t. ..I.. .... . (tlie Axlnirst tii.m will nrove an emtiar-
.iid of director the national i Drougni Here u i iiqiiin .n i .u ix nn atorx will nave uie eueci over lupin oi , , ., , i "i." ,
11,.: .,.. .. for gowns, and a line of SL'f.O ind,iclnL- a maiorltv of then, likewise Problem for the beginning of
Miss Maryon Andrews of New
where a serious outbreak Is feared.
Speaker Ferrara and other Liberal
leader visited the Secretary of Gov
ernment and made a protest npalnst
the failure of the Government to pro
tect the lives of Liberals. They de
clared they will haw to withdraw from
Congress and public offices or stnrt a
revolution. They say they are deter
mined to take violent action to prevent
designation of the husband's position.
STATE TO PAY ALL DOCTORS.
Ilomrr Folks' MiKKeiitliin for n Wnr
In the third of the Kennedy lectures
for 1913, given yesterday nt the United
Charities Uiilldlug, 10,1 Knst Twenty
second street. Homer Folks proposed
revolutionary changes In the work of
the report"' o-nlght that thvy hnve ; preventing disease.
four or live Conservatives In his prov- "To-day there are f. per cent, of the
Ince who mil-it b,. killed or the r.'iiub- j medical men of Now Tork in the cm
lie will be lost ' ploy of the Hoard of Health." hi- said.
The Libera! Congressmen and leaders "Not until the whole medical profc.x.
held a meeting to-night to which they slon Is under control of the State au
were called by Speaker Ferrara. The thorltles can war be waged success
meeting wjs still In session at a late fully on disease. Then every individual
hour The le-nlers present made some
very flerv xpeprhrr. some of which ad
vocated a revolution.
Chichi Fernandez was the Liberal
"boss" of Clenfuegos. He wax a great
friend of Speaker Ferrjr.i. Ill 190.1 Fer
nandez, Ferrara nnd Vllluendas were the
in the community can be subjected to i
medical Inspection and receive medical
NO PISTOLS ALLOWED IN BED.
'Innge in the management
j imposed by the City Court lime in 1911 to vote against Senator Stllwell remains
' for failure to appear In supplementary to be seen. Certain It Is that up to tn-
Mux m.-lile on Atirtl 1 the, ..nn....lli,,.u fnllnwlni? li llirlinnent oil. nl.pl, .....u. ,r il.n Unnh,rj liotn l..iln.rA,l
'uing about IMO.nno ill bor- j tatned against her by the Lltchrnsteln that Senator Stllwell would be acquitted 1
WILL TRY GEN. E. BURD QRUBB.
EXTRA SESSION FOR JURY BILL.
Chairman Miirtnugh of the Senate
j Judiciary Committee handed up a report
! of the record, with a statement of facts.
uhlch had been ueU In
iMMinerx This amount was
l j. titin hy the inanapement
i '"k III the meantime the
had called for the publlca-
h" stuti inent of the condition of
' I'.l.ks ,is of Aplll 4. two days I Prenlilenl Wilson Mny TitUr Stamp definite ns to the guilt or Innocence of'
io.il. tig of the reduction In llrfore Mnv .
I nn. net above mentioned. The I '
'I. ..f this Mali-merit caused the I Tixntox, April 14 Gov. Helder Is
' "f the I'roildenee clearlnp sued a proclamation to-day leconvenlnp
' 'ii. ,i Hon. inn on Saturday ! ii, Legislature in special session on
untitled that the clearing Timsilav. Mnv ti. lo enact a Jury reform
"nti.e intend, ,1 to examine the , an to proviip for a constitutional
- . , nut. ti-,i ,,.t ,, iipj ,
' it, e i oiimiltti e that It was the
bank might be Insolvent,
upon such an Intimation
I- I eonferrpil with certain
Siilillrrs' llonie Snpt. Chnrgrd With
Insiilinrillnnlliin n" it Incompetency.
........... v- r ..hii ii . . ,.,ftft.
to-night ax called for by the resolution ' ""l"'' ') "' ' )n " ' , , ,e
The statement contains nothing I ' . ' .. ,. ' ' , ,,,.,, ui.ur
I this afternoon Gen. H. Hurd Gruhb, the
superlntenilent, was cited to appear for
trial on charges of Insubordination and
He wax charged with Insubordination
In that he caused to be Introduced In
If llcviilver In I'tnler Your lnttrp.
Vnn Mny He Fined.
if the police find a revolver In a bed , ton nnd Miss Anne Morgan, who, con
city. To name tho'inen who were thero
Is to name most of the lenders In busi
ness, the arts, the learned professions,
and the clergy ofithls country,
Three Hlshops from three States
Greer of New York. Lawrence of Massa
chusetts, Hrewster of Connecticut were,
otl'.clallnp ministers. Senator Killnt Hoot
and Joseph H. Choate, leading the hon
orary pallbearers, faced each other at
the head of the centre aisle as the coffin
was carried to Its place In the chancel.
The partners In the firm of J. P. Mor
gan & Co. and their wives were In pews
near the front. How after row of seat,
rxtcndlnp all the way to the back of the
main tloor, was occupied by persons of
note who represented business, social
and philanthropic organizations of which
Mr. Morgan was a member.
Itclnllte Who Were I'reprnt.
At the right of the centre aisle, near
est the chancel, were the memheis of
the Morgan fnmlly In twelve pews. .T.
P. Morgan. Jr., now hfnd of the family
nnd the business house of Morgan, sat
in the foremost pew with his mother
and his three sisters. Mrs. Herbert L.
Satterlce. Mrs. William lierson Hamll-
I''illli II' IMlOlilll III' lll.il I,"., ... , , , ,
one of the events which pre- j which you have been s eeping. anl , valrsccnt from Illness, walked with the
t.V- 1.. I.. MnrtAnt,..1
i..i.. i ,t, . , ...... ,, i-iiii,,,. rMMU'i ir niiiii-uii-ii i-tii .u'5
i j in Mi ii'ij in' i i(ii v iir iin- rviiiuin i . . , .
i.-L,,. x-m...,.i, ...i. i,i , mattress nnd the springs, you can l.e
1 tw . i r- , tienenflll.nit llllfliir tll.t Slllllll'nn n fltl.nl -J.
iipri. lim .,.. . i,..M iiin i-nliilii,ir in ?! len .liintnq Snonnnr !nrirn!i tlin
l til tt till lltlIIIH Vt l-l'tti til ,t L. t . - ...... ri..
I'lnnfueKos to prepare tht
iJ,..... MIono., 4 1... .Itl.f rtf rMliA
Cienfuepos, surrounded the hotel In 1 ' ' '
help of a ane.
Hehlnd them were Herbert L
n i y
which Vllluend..-, rhichl Fernandez and - "' Vex erday In ref, s np i cer- ' JIorR"n ,,r- W ""I,m "!"',l"n'
nth.,1-. .-.nr.. .ctii,,.- The elilf ..ntereH ' ltl'u "'"'" eiteriin in reiusini. a cer- , . , .....,.,,. M1s ipiPn Hamilton, and
others were pSPlng. The chief entered
for the purpose of arrestinp Vllluendas
A .,ni;,l.f.0,,,,W; '' ,,T'"f Vf." UUnr monthH imprisonment for having a
Kile. Mlluendas and Chichi 1 ennndez volw.r ,n s possession without a
convention. Suggestion lx also maiie
thin the Legislature should pass a
valid enactment ratifying the popular
. ... ...i..,,.. i. ..,...itnn j .,
vine in .188.8.131.52. .... " !,. )H .iispuip that the telephone
Hin.ill freeholder board act In several of. ..' '
bank, requesting their the counties. Such elections were held
' i " I,, tx iiiiil asked their advice
- .,f tl
' lie II value Tor ilntneilliite
s .i result, on tlnir examlna- j
i M'tesfccd the view that we
' to ' 'Hitlnile to accept deposits.
i or.inmii of many of our securl
ts unl.lv from that of our dl
i" an- f iinlllnr with the securl-
uti . lit mi.tj-ly tell that if there
. ' "'Inn of values our depositors
i tut.ii.,1 ,y an immediate stis-
' 1 'ISIIi.'SX
'I .il Ti uxt and the L'nlon Trust
I r alieadv volunteered to loan
dors Just as soon as tho de
.iri.iupeii no p..r cent, of their
'- v llh us "
' Mil tin Hrown. president of
i il Trust Company, pave
' i"vvmg statement relative to
"f that Institution with
'istil.il Trust Company re
iiiiiilltlon of the Atlantic
l i k is such that It cannot con
inmx Pioni time to time
1 I. Ti list -Company has ndis
anil made loans, seeiueil by
" ihiui. The Induxtilal Trust
' " loan to depositors of the
" 'ii.iiml Hank CO per cent, of
"f their deposits In that bank."
I Perry, chairman of tho
' tois of the I'nl'.n Trust
.'id that the olllcers of his
together with the olllcers
iiinl Trust Company, had
1 1 mi the affairs nf the At-
ii. d Hank since Saturday.
'hi "lis had agreed to do what
1 " alleviate tho situation,
I ii this end the l'nlon
the Senator, being merely a compilation
of the conceded and disputed facts in
J A resolution will be Introduced to.
I morrow morning hv Senator Foley pro
vldlng tli.it Attorney-General Carmody
and counsel for Senator Stllwell, Kdgar
1 N. Wilson, shall sum up the case at "
' P. M. before the full Senate.
! The statement of facts shows that
In five counties last rail, but the small
boards chosen woie knocked out hy the
Jury reform Is the perplexing problem
confronting the extra session. President
Wilson Ih pledged to It, and Is expected
to return to New Jersey to make from
one to three speeches on tho subject
during tins week before the session.
Should his duties In Washington pre
vent It 1 nnnounced that he will nt
least direct an address to the citizens
of the State, aimed, of course, nt the
Legislature, urging the necessity for
action, fiov. Fielder will also take the
stump to preach the doctrine of Jury
The opponents of the president In his
conversations and meetings of Senator
1 Stllwell. Mr. Kendall nnd George A.
Field, vice-president of Mr. Kendall's
company, uclu.illy took place, but there
Is a dlpute as to what happened on
some of these occasions.
I the Legislature a bill providing for the
appointment of the superintendent by
the Governor Instend of by the board of
managers. The allegation of Incom
petency was based on the report to the
Governor of the findings of the legis
lative committee which recently Inves
tigated the management of tlin home.
Gen. Grubb Is a member of the board.
He will enter a hospital on Monday for
an operation on his eye nnd his trial
will not take place until after he Is out.
AUTO OVERTURNS; ONE KILLED.
Car 4iuliiK Seven! ) -t liree VI lies nn
Hour When I purl,
William II. Kelly of 3 Herkeley
Heights Park, Hloomlleld. N. .1.. was
killed In the wreck of his automobile
on the Newark turnpike In Kearny,
half a mile west of the Hackcnxack
ltlver lust night Ills companion In the
car, Richard Hums of 301 West HMst
own party will renew their attempts to ! "reel, was seriously Injured.
' .. .. . ... I l.'rtlli u'tu lir,n,-ln, Itn.t.u Iw,
IHOCK any ifsi.-.uiii'ui ...-iii.q
of their power to summon Juries.
RABBI HERTZ TAKES OFFICE.
llottiM-hlliU Hold It crept Ion I'ollorr
IllIC London Service.
gprrial Cable hetpntrh In Tnr. Srs
Lonpon, April 14. The preat syna
gogue nt Aldpate was crowded to-day
to witness the Induction of Dr. Joseph
II Hertz Into the chief rabbinate nf
Kllglnnd. Alt the Jewish clergy In the
I'nlted Kingdom, arrayed In their can
onicals, were seated nt the reader's
Kelly was bringing Hums home Ii his
high powered French car and was mak
ing fast time. After they passed New
ark a motorcycle policeman chased them
through Harrison and Kearny, but wax
left behind on the bad stretch of road on
the turnpike. In order to pain greater
speed Kelly started to turn onto the car
track. As he did so the car skidded,
SEEKS DIVORCE FROM BANKER.
Mr. Valentine 11. ('iimplirll Clinrgrs
Milsliniiil With Cruelty.
Cincinnati, April II. Mrs. Virginia
Kpan Campbell, y,.;irs old, daughter
k.-lasa.Tgrg cmfvvy cmfwyp fwyp p p
Cienfuepos has always been a hotbed j
of political violence nnd conspiracy. It
In certain now that the killing of Senor I
Mcnendez. the best mayor Cienfuegns ,
ever had. was Instigated by Chichi ,
and other Liberal leaders, and that the
murder of Chichi was simply In re
prisal for the other assassination.
Many Liberal Congressmen are poinp
to Cienfuepos to-night hv special train
to Investigate the killing and perhaps
provoke more bloodshed.
The Liberal paper, .it .VnWir, says:
"A revolution has been decreed."
tltt.vifn nf renxnnnblo doubt for Wonu
Munp. who has been sentenced to thro- 1 ''I" "'". I'lerpont M. Hamilton, lb hind
re-; th'-m wore the other relatives. Miss
per- i Jane .Morpan. Miss Frances Morgan,
Harry Morgan, Uiurens Hamilton,
Alexander Hamilton, Miss Hloannr Sat
terlce. Miss Mabel Satterlee, Mr and
Mrs. J.imex Goodwin, Mrs. J. K War
ren, Miss H.ibcock, Mrs. Gordon Hrown,
Miss Tracy. Mlxx Annie Tracy, Mr and
Mrs. fnik. Mr. and Mrs. William C.
$100 IF SHE GETS HENS BACK.
Sirs II. V. II. Kennedy Will filve
yUOO Mori- tn Oili-h Thief.
HBMPSTnin. I.. 1 . April 14 Some one
cut holes in the wire fence early to
day nnd stole six young hens nnd a "xborn. Miss Ksborn. Mrs. Sang-r,
cock, all Ithode Island reds, from Mrs, Perry inborn. Fred. 'lick ilsbnrn, Walter
H. V. It. Kennedy. Goodwin. Mr and Mix. H. W Morris,
-. .. I. ...... .nl.n.. ,..(... nt mnn. ! 1 T M .. Ml.... l'.,..,lln. M.
i 1 lie Hill II Oils lillMII 'i i'.. ... nn..... ., ,. ..il, i tiivil, ..linr. i.ii.'in.'- ...nt Kil II.
i shows. Including the National Poultry 1 Mrs. Junius Morgan, Miss Sarah Mor
1 Show. The birds nre worth several pan. Mis. Hnppln, Mrs. Hrown, .MWs
hundred dollars, 1th tl. Mrs Sturges, Miss Sturpes. Mr.
Mrs. Kennedy efffrs a reward of i nnd Mr H. C. Sturges. Miss lloppln,
$100 for the return of the birds and $200
for the arrest of the thief,
MAY REOPEN EATON INQUEST.
Police Snlil tn Have Found Some Im
Mr. Campbell s 31 years old nnd Is
WILL 30 BEERS INTOXICATE ?
Question Ton Vtneh for n Supreme,
A Jurv before Supreme Court Justice 1
Delnny disagreed yesterday as to
wneiner imriy K.assi .. .mm.,..; . m lUn,nco ,vpr, th ,m,,ni.rs of
iiuoxicaie a uriver siiiinienu, o. inns,-, !osT0Ni Aprll 11.- The Inquest into ., , f()rr(, r ,., Morgan & Co..
him to fall off his wagon when he went , oath ()f near Admiral Joseph ! j.ort of ,,, ni0Htlv yminK nlPn. Awny
0VMH..r"',Mei11 Sn'l.n.i i t ' " "' KH,0,I 1 " ' r T ut "T ofnround in the gallery, looking down
i win. ' "M""j"' the arrest ot .Mrs. r.uum on ine cnarge 1
reopened. The State
F S Hoppln, Mr. and Mrs. Keppel and
Children of the family had two pews
to themselves and some were scattered
among their elders.
In two gallery rows at the Stuyvesnnt
I Square end of the church, nbovc the
of Col Thomas P Firm i llbv i "l"'1"'" unit, empioyeu i.y a uiuiei.ii , nrrpSt 0f Mrs. F.ati
an . ctifie "lie, a s,', for wll iVatr '""".any sued the clt for $25,000 of ,mlr(lpri ,. b), reo,
"...hiy ag.'.lnst '" Uu.nH lJipbeH. 'r 'S, Mu wm ' t rchird Im,l0,, U 'S
cashier of the Firs. National Hank at J ml Lil 1 Important evidence.
Mel.eanKl,ro III V...rl..et nml ...Mieltv a "d Houxti a st rei ts. , The police COUtltllle I
' --rt'.."-.'"-.sji t I., nttn'u iiiirimnii ti'fw fntiipin inrr . . . ' '!
n sup on of It Assist-' " , r, W""r" V". J" . . ',"c1"a,sel really desired rest. Most of the servants
n support or it Assist wh caused the death of Admiral . : .. , seated on the
Counsel Curtis djlled, ,, Ulpy , collfll,Pnt that they fnItnh,:,I hmP " " th8
The city's defence was contributory
negligence, and In
I nut corporation
upon the chnncel and the Morgan fam
ily, were the crew of th' yacht Corsair
nnd employees from Cragston nt Hlgh-
I I....I t.-nlto t. M.ir.in'u r,..',.rlln
to search f(r tint mor llomo" wl,"tt'hpr l)P sailed when he
oe sou 11 i.iimer v ongresxma u . ami.- ; Dirx helper to say that he and Duff
... .... ,... m.,..,, .. ...in ,,He 111- i consumed manv glasses of beer and that
terests In banks and flour mllla. The ,.- ...nu ,i,.. ....t .i.inv itliisxex
will ultimately find It.
Mrs. June Keyed and Miss Dorothv
Alnsworth. daughters of Mrs. Raton,
..-ampoeiis were marrie.i in uctoner. mil. ,, ,silll, .. i,1Ht i)(,fot(. t. accident he ; """" 'VJ ", ,rVl V I . " , '
Thev have been setiarated for severa ' ...i . ... i. ..r..i ... i... i.i 1 "'ii uie iiiinuy nuiim ..i f' "
' . Kill, i.i.i 1., ur u.ii.'i.i. .,1 il. .fill il
Mrs. Campbell charges that her litis
band once struck her nnd finally drove
I. .. . -r., 41. nl. I . ... .. Ul... an.. a I. , .. I -
turned over anir.an.led across the ro.,1 , Adding .ients of diaoniis and
'other Jewelry and refused to return
them to her.
on the other track
The speedometer on the machine was
stuck at the 73 mile an hour point. The
car had been badly wrecked and parts
of it were scattered about tho road.
Hulli men were unconscious when
ambulances came from St. Michael's.
. . . Ill.tl,n 1n Vnti-npL' fr-.ir.. Ut l.'o n
Th- congregation included several , "
members of the Rothschild family. Lord ! l HoHpltnl In Jersey City. Hums was
n v would loan depositors I u,..,.. ti,ii,. i.r,i nosetierv. Israel taken to the former. His skull ivas
'i l',, nk a perci
i . 1 1 1 1 v till per lent
1 i would be made with
- i Hi.
i denied that the haul,
' " f l ulled States Finish
I '! r i'ln lp Is, however.
i' K vvbaii can h" traceil
nx connected w iih sub-
s of the I ulled .States
' " Vatlnml Pink was char-
ntageof lliPlrxlin-w, ,, . hrrI Mayor and ' frartured and lie was badly cut up,
cent. These i u,,r,n- . Kelly was hurried tn the St. Fr
Dr Hertz delpcred n sermon based
on the text in Malnchl, "Itememb r ye
the law of Mosps" Afterward the
It'ithxiiillds gave a reception In honor
of Dr Hertz, who has put aside mourn
ing for his father
If nu vvluli stylish cyeirlnwn rail at Rnencer'is
see nen HMght or Torle I'cbblea, T Maiden Ijvnr.
Hospital, and .lust after he had been1
received he died.
The place where the accident hap
pened Is desolate nnd has been tho
sceno of other automobile wrecks.
The Elite of Amerlnn Society retldea it
Hotel Itotf, Wiesbaden. Germany, 4rfr.
MADE A MAP AS HE FLEW.
I. lent. Sherman Slietelied Country
From HIIInK'a Aeroplmie.
Wahhinutov, April 1 1. Second Lieut.
Milling has been designated by Mnjor
Gen. Carter as "oiv of the foremost
aviators of the wot Id."
This high prnlso followed a flight from
f..-.!,!1!!!' In Ul,t Inlnnl. OO. n.lnu nMH
fractured skull ,.,,. , ,. ,, , m.j
it'l'lin, in ...... i. .ii, 'in, ..nift buiwu
the aeroplane nnd Second Lieut. Sher
min was passenger and observer. Sher
man made n rnugii map of tho country
pussed over on the return trip. This
map has been pronounced a positive
demonstration of the possibilities of
aeroplane! for scouting.
'wlbble off the seat.'
WILLS $1,000,000; HAD $56,000.
flronkUn Woinnn (irently llverr.tl
miltes Ainoiint of Her I'ortune.
Although Mrs. .1. Frances IVase made
bequests ngpregntlng nearly $1,000,000
in a will ami three cndoclls, the tax ap
praiser's report Hied yesterday In the
died on May
wont to Medford.
16 FOOT CANDLE FOR MR. MORGAN
If l.larlitril for III Anniversaries
Taper Will l.nat ft Centuries.
Father H, T. Monteleone and his par
IshlontTH of Our lady of Mount Car
meln's Homan Catholic Church at
Hroadway and Giles avenue, Jersey
All Kliinrra Vlnnsed In Chnnerl.
There were no (lowers save In tho
rhinrel, and that was nil (lowers. Gifts
of remembrance which the fnmlly had
selected from the hundreds sent to tho
library hid the chnncel rail and lectern
and baptismal font.
From the pallbearers there was a
great wreath of 400 pink orchids that
stood at the left of the coftln, and from
the directors of the New York, New
Haven nnd Hnrtford Itallroad Company
thero was a wreath of white roses.
lilies of the valley and Easter lilies.
ofllco In Hrooklyn. showx , City, are having the largest wax ;cnnil, ,(lQ ho MBd dMk , tp
left only $56,153.30 when sho "-or molded and the nave stood a broken column of
ay 31 last at her country home I f at nnnw to I o tarafei'l das , w h on,hl(ls an ,,,
V0O.1.N.J. !,n,m??T".f- ; r m'n'n,enn,,,e!of the valley were rooted. A silk
It Is understood that all of the legn-! n ""T uXZw An , ol I palnt inp i learner this column had tho pold
tees, with the exception of some of tho "From Cragston Hmployw."
ebnrllnhlM Insl It utlonn. had nlrendv been I Mr. Morgan u) I au o IVLHllN o wm ue nitnlnst the bantlHItial font .it
charitable InstltuUons had already been I ! ,J bBi Tn8 can(lle wt bc nestlnp against the baptismal font at
well provided for by her husband, who f-.t in height with a base ' "i" lpft vhnn'''l wnH " Klowlnp cross
eluhteen Inches wide taperlnB to Hlx "f red carnations dralng to Itself tlivt
Fat-hor Monteleone said last night
that If the candle was lighted one day
each year tt would last for 300 years,
hut If burned steadily It would be con
sumed In nine months.
left about $600,000
Mr. Pea.se was a member of Uoerum
& Fease. He maintained homes In Man
hattan, Brooklyn and Rldgewood. His
will provided generously for charity and
tied up the rest of the property, with a
few exceptions, In life estates,
light that struggled through Hyzantlno
arches and rose window from the sky of
a clouded morning. The cross had
wings of white carnntlons and palm
ajid ralla lilies at Its baae. It waa tho
taken of one ot the church organtsa-