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VOI, l.XXX. - XO. 261.
NEW YORK, MONDAY, MAY 19, 1913. CpHr. IMS. by rititMiW ami Pt.M..a.ii Aorlatla
tfV UUDUOV TAfl I Treacher sues preacher.
11 1 ilDriDlJ 1 w
SAYS VAN DYKE
l.ci Them Try (.rown
Miin!" Cries. Defend
iuir Sun's Helief.
FAITH IS MINK"
lii'iiounci's Fanat ieism
Letter Uather Than
Spirit of (insnel.
'"" "10,1 fur llleuril llcfniiin-
Him l it Plnnncca.
Rosrns. Mny S TIlO Rev P.l'll
Harris Drake, foimuily minister nf the
Fltt Cnlvctsallst i buret, nt Revcrlv
mid In In- pastor nf tlu Second Palish
t 'nlt.it Inn I'lmiih in Swn, ,Mp has
I'KitiHht uii fr jio.ooo against the
Willi- in Chnnnlng Riu-.vn, He'd
seiretnrv of llio American fniturl.in
Association iind secretary nf tin- fill
tat inn Fellowship Committee, alleging
t i f; i i i ; : t ! . . : i
'It Di.i'.n v is dismissed by his con
cr'.ttinn In S.irci u jt-ar ago beenus"
"f lilt n.f.,,n in Hiv- iii his nrtlvlty In
iM'IIHlf nf soilnllsm.
dldnto fur a place
churches, nno nt I'Intcnco. Mass., and
tlii other nt I'.i'tlln. Mass. The Florence '
I 'nltiirliins rejected him nn uoontint of I
Ills radicalism. The IP-rUn ftilt irl.m 1
w ;i nt til lilm, hut i-niilil not havr him ,
without thr (i tt-ovjt I nf the t'nltarlnn
SEE GREAT DANGER
' FALLS 600 FEET FROM BALLOON. ' pAITO STUDENTS OF
T0KI0 DENOUNCES JINGOISM.
London ''Times" Snys Yotnii:,
Excitable Statesmen Now
Lend Island Notion.
(jrKSTWX FAR REACHING
Mr became n run- t )llf tHlS ( llllllOIIC'C for holllll-
In tun Cnitarl.in I ... ...... .,.,,.
n.v it mi n lines .iusi
Woman Aeronaut Meeta llnrrllile
Death Ttrnr Munich.
prefal Cablf Hnptitch to TitE Scn.
' Itr.ni.t.'.-, May IS. A woman making n
jtrlp In n Swiss hnlloon mot a terrible
death near .Mtinicn in-nay
Tim aeronauts hail Intended to end
their Journey at Munich. When the,
balloon was Hose enough to thc-ground
for the ocrupants to nllght one of the.
aeronauts fell out nnd the bnlloon shot
upward. The woman hnd begun to
rllmb out of the car nnd ao the balloon
ascended she was unable to get back
Into It. The. car was swaying to nnd
fro nnd the other aeronaut grabbed the.
woman nnd tried to pull her hack to
' snfetv, but was tinnhlc to do so. Ite held
on. nevertheless, until the balloon hud
1 it ached a helKht of 00 feet, when his
strength gave out nnd the woman fell.
I t It r 1 tin lv has not vet been found.
Two Young Men nnd
Cooils Disnpppur in
canoe Forxn ovF.irrrNKi
1. r ; '
tpfinl Dffpuich to Tr. tv
Lonpon. May !!. The Times give
Mr. Mrown went to Iterlln In March ! prominence this tnnrnlnc to a lone ,.. i,,mK,i to earth at
A FT K II SKRMON ls ""K,'I l'1' opl"'.l the hp- - article bv Hlr Valentine fhlrol Its j ..ai(i ll!(,al,c0 from Munich.
iolntiurtit of Mr. hrnkr. who says the foreign nlltor, tirntlnc thr .lai.ini-si' '
Ilrld i- ii'tnry nuol- false statements ,,pUle wt, t,L. ft,t,,i states as a
, . , ,.! Mr lrm..'n tlnanrlal ...fairs Internatlon.U l-sue. The VI
nf oimir Mt'ii (r i iiiit'd i in sji-o
I editorially takes the same lew. The
! SEVEN BLUEJACKETS DROWNED. "-ThVtniiinntp p.nt of ,I ,ilW
ilnt-s not affect the rnlted St.itis alone.
still less CMlfnrnla. It Is a world iiies.
' It. in nusnnllriltv I'll.. I,.... t 1. In. I .
tpraal faMe lir.iiit'l, la ynr Sv. I ' (iiilv
t.... u it. .I... , iiuuii.iiii hi in. I'.it-iiic l ine arc i-.xai:-
Mil I ... .-'' 11 ." ...... (
inistcrs on Trinity
nllnr' Hunt Snnmpril on1
I'lrlh of I nrtli.
! FOURTEEN MINERS DIE
' IN OHIO GAS EXPLOSION
i to nnlnln UW mn, Tcrttus
f--r tho l're..liyterlaii nun
i - Rev. Dr. lli-nry van Dyke
"i .veil u rnnKrention at Christ
n Vt Th'.rty-slxth street last
in niiiliatir anil pointed cu- , Wamied by a mush m.
.; .uini Van Dyke anil the three '
I .nun Seminary Kiaditates who
it been revolved by the Now
I Mi.wery (U'splte charpes of
mil l.v a minority lointnlttec
-. . .i rr liiir tho tts'.it Into the
i" si-mby nf the ihillTh, '
i,- Ki-v. Paul van Dyke. Henry ,
, or.-ther. was dollv.-rlnc the:offjn, Ssjns .SIOH.OOO
tlii- n-w miuisier, nis iiepiit-n
bluejackets sturtlnK nn n hnllday trip
' were drowned to-day when a naval
, boat aboard which they were proceed
' Ins to tiiviiiton. thiee miles from this
icily, on the Pirth of Forth, was
FIRE NEARLY DESTROYS
THE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Oiii' of Entombed Men
lleMMii'd- After Kelle Vnl
.Ill tin near Mi-llotr fnltrornla'a Toll,
tlnn Will erni I'linllah l.nter.
'I'oKio, May IS, .HiiKoIsm wcu de
nounced by several hundred representa
tive .lapnnese who attended a meeting of
yil .lapanese and American peace societies
i Here lo-fi.-iy. one ot me speaiters, i oiim
jnUuma, ex-Mlnlster nf Koreln Affairs,
said that California's position was like
; that of Japan years nun when..tnpin
' despised nnd excluded foreigners be
cause. It did not know thetn. He raid
that California would see, ns .lapan nw,
that It was making a mistake nnd that
In tho future Callfornluns will laugh
at their fathers nnd grandfathers Just
Start on Trip lit Niullt as the .Japanese now laugh at their nn-
' I ...,,,.,o- ,,-,,!, II. III,,., nnnli,.! fn..,l,.i,..
! l'.'. I' ,',,..... '.. iiF,...nn. ... n.
rrt-sldent Wilson's rotirse In trying
1 to M-ttle the California difficulties In
n friendly way Is commended by tho
.Inp.tnesi' newspapers. They how keen
appreclntlcm of the delicacy of his po
sition and predict that a solution will
ho found thnt Is satisfactory to both
countries. California ls criticised for
nntl-rnclal agitation, hut talk of war
Is deemed absurd.
Most of the newspapers express faith
In American Justlc.
Willie Strong Wind
Kieks l'p Wnves.
SULZER IN THE
Has Oratory for the Voters,
Patronage Club for
BELIEVER HE'LL WIN
- gerateu and premature, tint they are
t not entirely groundless. No useful pur
pose ran he served by blind c-ontli-mna
tlnn nf tho tendencies of public opinion!
I In the Western States. They do not
'spring so tnui'h from race hatred as
from the Instinct nf self-preservation,
and If the present minor dispute is com-
1 Iinseil thev will .'iMnri.dtv riwnr Tlin
i .. , (Noble county
it.,;, v.. ill,- "lll-ll .lUllllll . lllIIIIM'll ... . I . n..
, ' lindlcs were recovered to-day
in i-iiiiii.'iiKo ini- very essiini'o ni ine
, attitude nf Western nations toward
Asiatics. She asks admission to the
" n.i nous, on euuai lermf. ... ,,..,, , Pr ilnv's
lilt III' lllll nf I1MVI III". air,.. ....
Ithaca, May IS. Kour Cornell stu
dents, two men and two women, all
sophomores lost tlu-lr 1Im-s In Cayuga
Lake last night. Their canoe tipet be.
tween Willow Point and the Kenwlek
TJie victims were Miss Mary Cornelia
Mallett of Mlddletown, N. V.. and M'.s
Martha McConnlck nf Troy, who worn
In tho college of arts and sciences,
llralnnrd llalley of Troy, a law Ktudi-nt
nnd editor of the Cornell Run, and Heln
hart A. Zlmmer of Rochester, n student
In the college of mechanical engineering.
Campaign for Statewide Pri
maries Begins at
"WAGNER firAMENGE.S HI3I
SUFFRAGISTS AT BALL PARKS.
Women Get Pernilaatoii to Preach
Tllrlr Caaar In Knm,
l'liit.irF.i.i-iilA, May 18. Tho suffra
gettes have received permission to
prench their rauso In the parks of both
tho American nnd Nntlonul leagues.
A tiamnhlet. "Woman's Huffrage. Krom
They went out in the canoe from tho j,MB standpoint of n Young Man." will be
tno iirsi tract tnai win oe ion xo inn
fans In the effort to convert thorn to
C. II. Stanton cottage at wiuow l omi
about 9 o'clock In tho evening and In
tended to paddle to this city. The canoe
was found early this morning over
turned In tho mlddlo of the lake off
ZASKSUU.B. Ohio. May IS. Fifteen
are dead as the result of the explosion
of gns In the Imperial Mine, of the . Taughannock Point, about eight miles
Ciates Coal Company nt Hclle Valley, , north of the cottage. Near It floated
last evening. Fourteen the paddles and not tar away were me
One mnn i cusnions,
' Supt. Dudley nnd fourteen men had
'entered the mine to lay an extension
. r.. l.i
in Rented Stmctnre Mirny
WumvirroN, May l'.-Fire which
throat m d tho destriietlnn nf tho entire
plant nf tin- Cnlted States (Seologlr.il
,1 a" -in I e wan visibly alTci-t;d. j
i i. p' si u-r.il times in the service.'
. if-r l.-s son had pronounced the,
-n lb-nry van Dyke threw his
. i- i u- boy and kissed him.
n IXni- s.u.l that if these young
mtlt tnr tho ministry ho Is
M M it tin- doctrinal questions.
i , i ii v . . mid not answer are not
- nt. tl t.' t Christian faith.
If tin re must bo a heresy trial ha
n.tte.l the ! in ral Assembly to "try It i
i i L-ri.n .i ni.iii." and not on "eager i
irfil, siti-.t'M- boys." afternoon.
He .".nil t'l.i ti il orthodoxy Is not The Ooologlcnl Survey Is etahllheil
-. ho meis-.r. I ili tlnitlnns but by n ,1(. t()1K, Hulldlng nn V street, a
t f ... tl . 1
pir.t that s in man. oto. i . ..,.,.,,. ... nronroof.
, Tho Hr.-t llnor of tho hulldlng Is occu.
1 pled by stores and the office of the
i:mphasl7.1ng one of the points made
h Sir Valentino C'hlrol, Its foreign edl
tnr. the Timej say:
".Inpan's ohalli-nge onmes at a mo
ment that Is fraught with peculiar
danger. Japan Is entering upon a new
era. Her elder statesmen have nearly
all passed away and few are left to
check the impulses of impular passlnn.
The seml-dlvlne attributes of the ruler
man. His direct
f.renr-e t- t.-io i.isos tin? four young
,,,.n S.-mir.ary nu n. T "tins van Dyke,
" ii S. Uird. Chaltnors Holbronk and
J 'u Murray, was: ;
t.Bllor Put .tlllllr lllr spirit.
. i know that a new attempt ha
made lately in the Presbyteria i
r-ur"li to exalt the letter above the sp rit
Survey. Including maps, charts. Held , n llKor serve to sway or soothe tho
potr and records irnctlc.'illy Irreplnre- 1 nation In moments nf anger. Japanese
able, was discovered In the building demoeraoy Is knocking at the doors nf I
partly occupied by that nltlce early thin ' tn' ,'"un,, ''hambers and wo fear It Is
ii iii-iiioci ni-- miii'ii in iie.iiisirniig, ex- !
citable and Inexperienced, qualities
which are shared In a greater or less
degree by all democracies. We are thus
on both sides, confronted by it situation
of very special difficulty."
Ieallng specifically with the Callfor-
vvoik was over. They wore about ono
and a quarter miles from the entrance.
The explosion occurred about 7 o'clock,
the wotkmen being blown In all direc
tions. Some bodies were found over
son feet from the spot where the men
had lK-.-n working.
The explosion was heard oulHlde the
mine and n call was made for volun
teers, Henry Falrhurst led the rescue
party, which entered the mine shortly
before midnight nnd found Hoy Yeager
about .100 feet from the scene of the ex
plosion. Yeager was unable to rise on account
of a broken leg. to which he probably
owe? his life. Lying on the floor, he did
not Inhnle the fumes of the afterdamp.
The rescuers carried him to a ilne car
and started toward the entrance. Fair-
burst went ahead to clear away the
67 CHINESE BURNED TO DEATH.
iflne nf the lltness nf men for tin
- in pulpit Four true lie.u-te 1 and
i j,oung men, among whom is my
i- "i who Is to be ordained to-ulght.
,. r,.ro,l their lives to the service of
- -. the ministry. They have con-
- 'he r fiuth In (Sod the Father as
k ity ruler of thu universe, In the i r-rlt. was overcome
: t Kpenklng mi the mine as ine
i- a ithonty m matters of religion,
loins Chit.it as the Divine He-
Hut a protest has been nunle
t ivir acceptance because they
k .- a literal affirmation to cer
. 1'iex'tons proposed by a theo
i , s tor
i -i .bvtery of New York has
.n i. ..meil the young men and
.e ii I the protest Hut It Is being
public and private nnd the
" s tv.ole to produce a Judgment that
ni, men an.' heretics and that
'.. -h ought not to receive them as
f 'hi ist.
.!.. I. ...a , iw. ,.l....l.,l n .
"It Is un Issue which will become ' aenrw irom ii e irai-H ...... -
.'more insistent, whatever may b" set- . cnm" " """"--""I'- 1 , c "
' tied now. and It will have to receive the I tl" rflr wl,h cnR"' '"""hp 0,',,'r',,l"
earnest attention of nil white races In I th ,art' ,'I',J their hands and
I Mm.- t . omo. Hut the i.iaenltnde f . kn-es to the entrance, pushing the enr
the question Is out of all proportion
American Hxpress Company.
The fire started In the espress office.
Time alariis were turned !n. Chief
Wagner, four company oapta'ns and
sixteen flromi n wore overcome by
: "' ,h , .to tho Immediate dispute.-
1 1 . ,u ... t . I t, if tii,.t I f i,t I o i. fun I
clerks woio In the Survey otllce at the
..... ... .1... ...... M t i'- "i
n -'" " ' '"l"'"""' California, as President Wilson's nltl
tMnnitm un .hi- 1111 ii""i i ! t-rvi'i
by a oltizfti,
til (HI f 1 ,f them. FatrlmrsL died a short
u),iiu imer others In the nartv suf- ' 'ml"' women
All other canoes rented nt the Jarvls
boathousn yesterday are acoounted for,
so there Is no question about tho Identi
fication of the canoe. The university
authorities ns well aa the Sheriff nnd
Coroner ngToe that there Is no doubt
that the four student lost their lives.
Motor boats and canoes nro hunting
over the lako for miles to-night, while
searching parties nre moving up and
down the nhnres. The university au
thorities have employed expert boatmen
to begin dragging early to-morrow
If the canoe capsized on the east sldo
of the lake it Is believed that the bodies
will bo recovered, but If the tragedy
occurred in the middle of the lako there
Is little hope of finding them. In n num
tier of student drownings from canoes
tho bodies have never been recovered.
The tragedy took place soon
after 9 o'cloclt last night, but
the first nlnrm was not given
unttl after 3 o'clock this morning.
MIsh McCormlck nntl Mls Mallett. both
members of tho Kappa Kappa Oamma
Sorority nt Snge College, paddled down
to Willow Point yesterday morning to
loin In n house party which wns to last
over Sunday at the Stanton rnttare.
Italley and Zlmmer, who were friends
walked down to
Sennte, Lender Denies Tlmt Gov.
Snlzer Flelpod Write Syra
Soldier riuhtlna; Opium Truffle
Sold to Have Fired Temple.
fpeeinl ("utile ttepotch to TnK 9rs,
SilANdttAl, May IS. Sixty-seven Chi
nese gentry and farmers wero burned
to death to-day In a temple In Hunan
province, where they hnd gathered to dis
cuss relstanco to the troops sent by
the Imperial Government to destroy tho
poppy crop In the war ngalnst opium.
According to a despatch to the A'orfh
China Daily Sews, the soldiers set flrn
to tho building, In which morn than 100
cultivators of opium of tho Shen-chau-ting
district, In tho western part of the
province, had assembled on the arrival
of the troops.
PRESIDENT'S AUNT DEAD.
i Contending that Jnpnn-se competition
1 Kx-Prralilent'a Son Hilda Week of
. tn.tn n.xl lnrii.at.ltnl Amnl...,, ...LlnlAn
John H. I.atlnvr, nnnther , , ,,,,,., n,, ,,..;,' ,,,.
by smnke while i '. , 'i,,,,,.,,,,,.,',,,., ,,,., ,.,
hooks anil documents to a - , ...,.. ,'it,,L i, ,i,i
place of saf ty,
The tit" burned four hours and the 1
loss Is estimated nt JUiO.OOO. Of tills.!
amount the Geological Survey -itand n
loss of tlOU.OoO. It wns the fifth flre In I
remember that her
L-r.-n iirauj in.... no ....v.. ., , There was !l nloirV
ipartv.' The two girls happened to re-I Ciillerllnx Harvard Cnatnffa
s will do well to
lialm to enter a .
noiguiinrs garuen can at m .-t no nniy
quietly pursued. It Is not the kind of
ii olnliti flint rnn lie nreuueit u-lflt n ti mi.
the building In six ears and was the I restricted Indication, however strong Its
most SeriOUS. H,....,m,r,lr. .....r. ... I... Il.,e
Thrniighout his- administration Pres. , r.lm nm h( hnrrj,v ,.
I the enttnge'yesterdny nfternonn. as i'IiI
Yeager was taken to the hospital at ! r young men.
camtir i go anil win recover ; .- . , , i i
inomtier tnat tney reiuou men .....i f..,.--, mu m..,. is n.-,wt a
I until this morning, so the young men 1res(jenti h;
suggesteu iney suou.u i '" " " nnlshed his tank as a collector of old
wick m-i iiiKin ' , clothes nt Harvard, where he is n
cottage. student nt the law school. He turned
The girts .icemen ... .go ,i .. o.... oV(,r (( (.ommttep of tno vumvs,
The last seen of the four 1 y the other , Iln)oUs nRht om, of the
UU-mhors of the nnu-e par., J ' ' I largest cnllcotlons nf tho week,
ennuo st.allng away Into the darkness i IJnch n Rroup of .irvnr1 st
In a soutlieriy uirectmn m ,. , .i , . mix,e n canvass of tho university
in mllo nvva. t for caf,t nff cnthng. old shoes nnd the
it In nelieveu uiai in" iuin- i-
in 1..11 ui i-l.irL'ul.iirt- ulnee Hll. , . .. . .. i .1
XSLZ -'-' W - 'r ! y . V. ?f 1 , JIT llenw" inslead of
, , .1 i-V i i i c n wiiiio witn minute oaimness ami pru-1 1 he .National Socialist party nrnveu in ..,,. ,iirr..,
records nf the Geolngc.il S rv v. The . .. .... .... ....... n-.. making uirei i
. ... . . uenie. i naries'nn late nr. nigni. inn !"-", , , ...i ,
Tnkri llli Stand With iin.
Web, whatever comes of the protest,
1 -v sh to uke. my stand with these young
- They are my brothers In the faith
' are iinilt for the ministry 1 am
authorization, carrjlng no npproprln-
; tlon. how over, for the new hulldlng, was
Included In the public buildings bill of
, last session.
GIBSON TRIAL TO-MORROW.
Sltt) Wllnraaea to Appear latalnal
l,an.ii-r .tri-niril of Murder.
Nevvhi riiii. May IS, Hetween sixty I .
Th.v a'e f.ir more worthy than I am
V'V. their rourage, their conseera-i-
are what the Church and the world
! l- -dav J hold with them that the
e'.-, m whieh thev could not answer
u' ' ,e patterns of the Tabernacle and
- 1''!.. I interpretation of the virgin,
i the physical death of l.azntus
n ' .s.ential to the Christian faith.
! - -i--e.it the right hand of fellowship
t-u-n. young followers of Jesus I should
V ameii to look my Saviour In the ,
If the Presbyterian Church should!
!-' l'lt. u.M.lu nr. .out i ull,.- 1. I
- sU.-erlty she. would orlirple tier own1 disagreement of the Jury
. . 1. ..I 1. ll'i!...n 1.
The i)ni.iy .Vm'J In an editorial on the
California question holds the danger all
tho greater because each side consider?
"Japan," It says, "holds she has wnn
the right to be treated with the same
regard as u white nation, yet the whites
refuse tu admit that principle anil tho
reason therefor may be summed up In
i I.afcaiiio Ileum' nrecnant utterance. ' assault and olTeied a reward nf
The Knst enn undei live the West.' This for the arresi of the assailants
DEBS TO AID MINE STRIKERS.
siielnltat Lender I nt ratlantea Condi
tion In Paint Creek Dlatrlet.
Ciuru.KsTnN. W. Va . May IS. -Coln-i-Idontnlly
with the al rival here under
military guard of several Socialist pris
oners who were tiled before the mili
tary commission In l-etnuary nnu nave
.Not a crv was
ton laf laet night. They sani . A .mart south
their errand was, to Investigate the. ' Mcketl ,, waves, lloatmen at the
cliaiges made by Senator Kern rela-, . ,r.,,,.Ifs, ,vi.,.i r the
Cieok and Cabin Cr-ek illstrlcts. Two,
union nrganl7.ers who were Uidly
Gov, Sulzer left Albany for Huffalo
yesterday afternoon nnd the thirty day
campMgn for Statowldn direct prima
ries will begin to-day with threo meet,
lngs In Huffnlo.
The Governor left tho capital confi
dent that before the special session of
the Legislature convenes on Juno H
there will bo so great a change of heart
among the legislator thnt tho bill will
go through. Ho believed yesterday that
already he could see victory In the As
sembly, although that body voted
against him 93 to 4T. Ho hollered alo
that eleven Kepubllcnn Senators will
comn over, with seven or eight Democrats.
As a matter of fact ho had pledges
from nearly that ninny Hepuhllcans and
could rveo why tho others will change.
He had tho pledges of some Democrats
and could see where tho others would
And It politic to come over. There .ir
fifty-one Senators. The measure will
require twenty-six votes. Ho had eight
votes In tho Senate at first. Thcs.i
with eleven Hepuhllcans and seven Dem
ocrats will insure victory.
Snlcer Hold a Cliih.
The Governor believes that the nrray
of distinguished men who Irrespective)
of party ties will stump the State for
him during the next four weeks wilt
stir up public nplnkm until some leg
IslatorH will bo afraid for their political
lives. Also the Governor and his
friends know thnt a stronger argument
Is working in tho minds of tho legisla
tors nnd their political leaders nil over
tho State, particularly among the Dem
ocrats, That argument Is the fear tluit tho
Governor by way of reprisal tuny riu
off the patronage of antagonistic lead
ers, may remove their adherents from
all offices and may soo to it that tho
perquisites nf leadership, which mean
much In canal and highways patronage,
nnd the like, nro taken from theni for
ever. Throwing this ower to some
other aspirant for leadership would pre
cipitate local primary fights all over
tho State, which would menu many
changes In executive committors ns we I
ns In the State committee.
like. These nro packed and sent to Huffnlo politicians are keenly in-
missions and sailors' homes In Hoston ' terested In what ho may do or threaten
Mrs, Martha ' rati It Wood row Jnaars
Anir at the A Be of 81.
Dr.svKR, May 18. Mrs. Martha Nesblt
Woodrow, aunt by marrtago of Presi
dent Woodrow Wilson, died at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Marlou W,
Graham, here early to-day.
Mrs. Woodrow was 'born in Zenla,
Ohio, elghly-one years ao. At the age
of 20 she married John Woodrow,
brother of Mrs. Dr. Wilson, tho Presi
dent's mother. She was the favorite
aunt of tho President.
BOB TAFT'S OLD CLO' TASK DONE
t v.i f.i m mm o.imlll tutia in I e 1M 111L ' - . . ..n.. -
...e ,ii,i itiov rprusori 10 mmw niis i , -
, tuivr m ni mi'.
runoes to nro nut laM nlKt.
rru i.,.1tn Ka thnt 1w ViillDir tilt tl Wt'I'O
beaten up by mine guards the New : unnwnl. f thp ,.omnn f ,he lake nnd '
and New York.
Taft was assigned to the task of
collecting old clothes from the ISO inoin
hers of the senior class of the law
school and has had the busiest seven
Hlver iii.trlct nn Friday saw Mr. Dens , . tllW.l.l, ,.
and told him tl.e.r story Gov Hattleld , 11 "n.e wns caught In a
was licensed when he heard nf the"""u" ...,,...
assault and ...Teied a reward nf 100 r"1'K ! , ' L i' ,. ,..lur ,.,
.lrr. (it'iu iiur- -, .iii
COUPLE raSSING J.4 MONTHS.
Ilelnllvra Without .Verra Prom Mr.
nnd lra. II. .1. Markay of Aaatlu, Trs
IS. Relatives and
to do to-day, Tho Democratic leader of
Krie county Is William H. l-'itzpatrlck.
There nro three Democratic Senators
nnd nine Assemblymen from tho county,
ono of whom Is n Republican. Senator
Gottfried II. Wondo voted for the Sulzer
measure, but Fltzpatrlck. In person at
Albany, hold the other men In Una
Ilrle C'.innly Pntronaae.
The patronage from the State barge)
nnd slXty-flVe Witnesses have been Stlh- . i .i... h.. , Africa. Allalrnlh. nn.l Vo- 1 Alt- Dobs said he exiiecti d ex-Con
pienned by tho prosecution tnr j X. JiIanil exclude Orientals, hut Call- ! gressman Vlctnr Heigr nf .Milwaukee
second trial of Hut ton W. Gibson on the fl)r1ai wI( f(lnvving In their fool- to Join him lime un Wednesday night,
charge of miiiilerlng Mrs. Itose Men- .,,, ,,. wni, aggravation and Is j lie declared his Intention of staying In
schlk Szabn, which opens before S"-I , tng In open dettuuce of n treatv " "the State until he bail unenith.il tho
premo ( onrt Justice Arthur s. romp- ; Th ,. , , ... idi-ntnll v hurls nn I truth abmii mining condition.
A , 'O..V ffi,.
......I.... I . r.lun, j r XI. .....I XI .'u 1, llnn.ni. ' ..... r-
women a, the",, von. ;- ' .'yV'","!. ,. ', tovmh V,ie iVi'neh nlVirmoil Patrick the say on the employment of
nt a li COCK Illis mumum .' ' ' - l " -- - - 'lona men
,.,.ii ,,i. nf the house luitv at the ovi-r their disappearance. Attention to 'VJ"
....'.i.... ....ttiiiri. becuiiie alarmed nv or their strange absence Is called In a let-
!i,.. f,.et i mt tlie irlrls had lint I etui lied. t'r
t ie i nn-
alarm ut the unlveislty.
... t.t ..I,.- ..n n-.inj. ..i, n-i,.JU - . .. ... i.
in .in-, .i... .... . .,... .ii,. Secreturv nf Slate Hi-vim. lie -ew liver millers, nu n.ii.- ..i-. , , i., .,...,
nr.,.i:irv lirvnn. It k.ivh ilneu n,.r t. gitlilzed the Held Into n new dlstr'i-t of " . ... . .... ,,.. .,, from New York
..... I ., n ' .. . ... ... ... . .. . I1IIWI1 ill llli' I....'. .' - -
-- - neve itiiii .iiiiiii ii will ii i.i k . ine mni. . i i, u ........ ....
District At- . . l. i. ..... . . lei. il... .n.,.r;.t.,i.. tbere reunfillll C lin..h'
include all the witnesses who testified
:it the first trial, which resulted In n
n llio iraterniiy
and betray her own cause. torncy J. U. Mlfiin. Jr., who will con- i ... Mr. ii.-vim t remember tlmt I adjustment of their grbnances rho .
fn.l.l.l hn, ....I, n hl.. .hni.1.1 riu.. tin. trtu, Iiinieu In reowiv.. bv llm ... ... ... .... .li.. .1 f.... f ,1.1,. .I..IH imlu 1. I IVlHltr.sil.il i .
' ...... ....v.. .. ,, ............ .. . .... .. ,- - - .- , ii'i.ri iiweinieM 111111 iinriiiiie will Turi.n ......... ...,...- ... ..- - i.
' ..... I
which Italley and
Dnrtrlne Illiaarra Senred,
Heresy trials are the delight of testimony of new witnesses all doubt of
" .-glly and the despair of religion, t)(. iirlsoner's guilt.
. f .vh it thing must come let It s brother of Mrs, Szabo arrived In
-.,r hearlXsenihlve K'' Trf-' V..rk from Ai.tr.a on Friday. He
grown man who stands iv.ti, will testify that Mrs. f-zahos mother
""i ! the liberty wherewith Christ has died two eurs ago and theiefore could
' 'I-- frisj." ' not linvi! signed the waivers nf citation
) produced by Gibson 111 order to enable
'. lilm to iibtnln control of tho dead
Ttie subject nf Dr van Dyke's sermon woman's property.
'Tn Dead Letter nnd the Living! Announcement was made to-day that
"I rlt ' Un text was II. Corinthians. Ill,, Ti..nenn Miirnhv. nne of District Attn,--
i or mo letter kllleth, but tho spirit ,,,.v
e'h life." JI said that the most i.iiri..t ,vii,nii..v Wllsnn. Robert II
vi nrji-rf ill thing in the history nf man-, i-ui.-r of New Vorl. will appear for Gib
''hi ii the way In which tint Influence',,,..,,
"f tho Hilda nnd of Christ has survived d.bsnn's wife visited lilm to-day at the
r ! ' ww to be the world's most power- (ins-hen Jail.
' - erco for good. Ho spoko of the
" ''cs -'aid: i m.i.n nr. ri nn TrtrBin nt nrornv
is, llelnhart A.
II, e iimmer, nun .ie ..i......... .- ,
night vvltll lllleii inner . nr.ieii niiiueius,
was the sun nf Mr and Mrs, William
.ll.imer of i!ll Albemarle street. He-
jsld's his parents ho leaves two sisters,
and Mies Amelia
In various capacities. Ho
has a deputy superintendent, many en-
r ftom a fiiond of the family ' glneers. all nt work. Gov Sulzer cm
Inchester, Va.. who states that D. J. take that patronage avvny from I-itz-
patriCK wnn a sirnKO in ins pen. in
aildltlnn ho hns buck of him Mayor
Vuhrman of Huffalo, snld to be th
strongest Individual politician In the
city. Fiihrman has announced that ho
Is for direct primaries and If Kltzpntrics:
'"J y u suppose that thoe list f"hil
1 i ivaltid to draw up a deilnltlmi nf nil
r ! " trlnal beliefs, r tu ugiee upon I l-'.i-le Pnaaenuer Train l.rait-i TrurLi
"-n or Interpretation nf all pints or, ,,nP Huntington, I ml.
' ''Id Testament, define they net nut , , .. ... ..
preach Christ to the wnilil" Dn oi, I IrvTINUTON. Ind., May IS.-Ins-"'im
that there was any oim to stop sengo, train S on the Krle running be-
i w'h a thecloglenl and critical In- twoen Chicago and New York was
'" ' wrecked at a crossing near this city a
' ' would It sound? '.Stay, Peter, . ,..i,,i. n,ia moinlnir. Two trainmen
were Itllleii nnu uaviu ruts or .ovv
i.i.r. i.. Hi.in I.,, til.,,- i,Im .,,.,,... u I recognition nr the lililuu mis
to drive him Into a position In vv hlch ' operators have said they will not cm-
It will be difficult for him (n k..,. the , '' Tl1" ls "'''; '""', '"I
... i .New m vol' inr ine imiiers in aiiuiii'..
i .),.., . . t ,, ...II.,. vli,,p.,u :iitiiu iiml am
. '.'.".,' . ; ; '.. ,.,',',.. ,.. ., i 'Mis. William Gnistlm
1 11 II .1 1 1 11 11 II. Ill" neon i.iiii in .... . - . , l.r,.lli..,.u It... .re.. I '
All.llliei, illl'l ", r.- .
land Chailts W. .limner, all nf Itnoh
ester. .Immer was a splendid swimmer and
I was an all around athlete. Giorgo
Mnae lliilhlliiKa llenlly Mum In dimmer has gone to Ithaca tu help In
Coney l.lnn.l'a l.nnn. the seanll for the bodies
, 1 TfnoT, Mnv IS. llralnard llalley was
Two small buildings which as p.nt' f ,, member nf
ATTACKS BRYAN'S PEACK TALKm.
Ker. REAL FIRE IN "FIRE AND SWORD
'truly nnd Nnvjr .liiiiriml'
Srrrelnrii la Injuring I , s.
Wasiiinc.ton, May IS, --Grave criticism
Whitman's assistants, will assist I ()f Secretary of Stale Hryan for hi
repeated uttornnces on the lecture plat-
lorm anil at mo oauquei. uioie ai ine nr Ailiianoplo In tlie new specinc.o i- ire i f .. () n,,jjey momb-- of the
moment When the i iiit.-ii Mates is. in- and Sword" at Luna, Coney isl.ir.u. .,, lllw tllm f shavv, Halloy it Mrphv.
volvod In such a trjlng situation as the I are supposed to hum up live times a w McCormlck has two hiolhois,
Japan Issue has been rlfo In Washing-' iy really did catch flic last night. . ,,'ro'surccssful dentists.
ton'over since Mr. Hryun's letnrn from j The gas flames which envelop them In I '
California. This has been particularly i the show penetrated tho tin covering nf I Ttat.tt uno nftwcnw-DTTV-rc
the wooden frames and there was a (
sl,ie,unn,, V,H",U' '" "V"""" ' """"" K"rI'' -" "-'
The p-irk was doseited, for II was1 Church on MnrWeira lalaml.
11:30 o'clock, hut several thousand per- ( -')t. chapel of the Sacred Heart nn
sons swarmed past the keepers of the . iiliicl.vvcU's Island, built at a cost nf
homed law v gave
The proi'tni-, I .Mai-K.iy ami nts nriue, wno was .miss
violet . on eo or san Antonio, sailed
n November, 1911, for
Italy, where they planned to spend the
Word was received frequently from
tin-Hi 'lining the next month or two
fruiii Nh e and Rome, Mind in March,
mil.', presents wore received here from
both Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnckuy, forwarded
from l.uko Cnmo, Italy.
From thnt day to this no word has
l u received In America from either
Mr. Mnckuy nr his wife.
Mr Mnckuy spent four years In
Mexico prior to his marriage and hud
made cnnsdornblo, money. Ho hns n
brother In Texas and a sister of Mrs.
Mackay lives In Seattle, Wash,
FACED EXECUTIONERS; LIVES.
marked In ollhial circles and especially
among the higher otlleois nf the iirmv
Innd navy, who would be charged with
'the task nf safeguarding the I'lilted
.States should serious trouble grow out
'of any matter handled under the di
rection of the Secretary of State.
ii- .,ij Kn to proclaim the Gunnel In
" I' -an Cornelius you must tell u
'i' "! think about the eerenionhil law
' ths ,!iws, nnd when It was written, and
' '-'He It Is absolutely Inspired. Stay,
nit mi fnrn you pleach Chilst to the
' "'''! vim must tell us what you tin--'i
I by the virgin birth of Jesus nnd
' '.'iieiil definition of the Trinity,
' ' hn, befoie you mlnlstei to the
clmi. i.s .von must explain your views
' ' ih .mil the whale, and tell us who
' '" 'tin bunk of Deuteinnnmy.'
A -V, n way,' I heai them answer,
K ispi'l Is lint III tin so things, .Men
nig and dying. We must tell
' it Jesus, who came In save them
' n and death We must tell them
Continued on Second Pave.
the current Issuo of the Ann) nnd Snvji
Journal, n recognized service pnper nf
t.o..- ril. I.t il... .cril..., .,r .. tli'u murine I .I...I1.... I ...1 i ...I ...-.It, o morn
. I I'"..' r..,l'0 III .III oi.t.l- ... .. ...- or. 3,1, UUIl. llir ll'.ll' III'. ,, r , . ... . ,. ........
Frank expression of this criticism In i.una's own 111 d.-partment put out the ini- bv Cardinal Farley, assisted .by the
continues In opposition ho, Fiihrman,
will tight Fltzpatrlck for the leadership
ut tho primaries. Ho could hnve tho
cnnal patronage nnd tho support of
many Democrats of F.rle county.
LIko conditions prevail on Long
lslnnd. particularly In Kings, In the
northern tier nnd southern tier nf
counties and oven In the Richmond
district. Out of all this ns the Gov
ernor departed trnm Albany yesterday
ho and his trUinds thought they wero
Justified In believing that the following
Senators have hanged their views slnru
voting against the Sulzer bill:
George II. Whitney. Republican, of
Saratoga; Loren II. White, Demoi-riC,
of Schenectndy: Sell, G. Ileacnck, Re
publican, of Ilerklim r; Ralph W.
T.omas, Republican, nf Madison. J.
Henry Waters, Republican, of Onondaga.
Wllli'let, Di'lllncr.'ll, ni
The (In-in mm Munition,
The situation nf Senatur John F.
Murtaiigh, Demncrat, nf F.lmlrn. was
extromelv nt t-carious, Mayor Slieehaii
ilaze In a few minutes.
Yoik, exptess messenger, was probably I almost seml.oflicl.il chnractcr, utliacted
fatnllv Injured. Twenty-two passengers I much attention here to-dny. In Its lead
were 'hurt, Ave of them seriously, but It Ing editorial this publication chnrgea
Is believed they will recover. fihat Mr. Hrynn Is It, danger of doing
The train wns running at high speed the nntlonnl IntercHts much harm by
when the engine left the track ut the his recent utterances In public,
ciosslng and the day coach und three, I'nder the heading: "Diplomacy nnd
i-ollmans were overturned. All the Oratory." the Army ami .Xnru Journal
occupants of the Pullmans were hurled
from their berths nnd several were re
leased only nfter scvernl hours work.
The Injured w. re brought here and
TO WED HER INDIAN PRINCE.
placed, In hospitals.
Whether the train rnn Into an oh
strurtlon or simply Jumped the track
at the crossing has not been determined,
j Rev. John W. asey uuil several oilier
, Jesuit priests who havi churgo of relief
, wntk nil tho Island,
! Tim chapel Is for consumptive
llnnaliter of lii.ek.i.r of lh.ro.ll patients prlmniil nnd will bo kept
scrupulously clean, In tliet-otifcsslonals
rlvea In Mnraellle. preventives against Infection ate In
Fliftlal I nhlt limwtcfi to Tin: Sun , employed, and any decoration that
,MAHsi:n.t.Ks. May is,. Princess Imlr.i oould contrlbitto to Infection lias been
of Hiroda, daughter nf the Oaekwar . (,, out, The floor Is of stone,
of llareda, arrived ni Mnrsellles In-1 i.ountr.K8 henry gave tho altar In
day. In nn Interview oho said that. i ,,. f her brother: two windows
"It may bo n serious question whether
nt this time, when the air Is filled witli
grave talk of Interimtloiial complications .,, ltlo biculdng nff nf her engage- 1 " ..., i... bin wife, and John Devlno gave
tno -i. irorni ',H .":r " nient to I'rlnce Kuch-ll. hnr and alio ,.
The delay Is, . .
lireiit-tirandaon of Ilnvlil
Una .Narrow Kaeape In Mrmteo.
Donna, Tex., May 18, D. J. Crockett,
'on of David Crockett of Hay City,
Tjc and KTeat-grnndson of the historic n,j (.'iayi ,
David Crockett, lias escapea 10 mis siue i
of tho Rio Grundo after facing a tiring
squad of Mexicans' at Rio Hravo, Mexico,
six miles from here,
Crockett and two other Americans, .
nlong with six Mexicans, were taken '
lilisoiu is while vv-atclilng the battle be- lf v:iml,a and Assemblyman Guruelt
Iween constitiitionaiisis nnu iiueria ,,f sjcliuybr county, two strong men,
soldiers at ltlo llravo a few dnys ago. ,,,. outHpokeii for the bill, (lurnett
They were charged by Hie Constitution- Vl,ted fur It. The Democrats of Che
allsts with being spies. They were ' n,llnK vviint Gov. Sulzer to appoint ait
1 coiirl'tiiartlult-d nnd sentenced to death. I up. State Public Service Commls
The three American, and the six Mexl- ( Noner a prominent Democrat, Lefflng
cans wyto placed In lino against n stone w,.n,
wall nnd confronted with a firing sqund Senator Murtniigh has only made thn
t'( soldiers, nhjectiun that the bill abolishes tho
I At the commnnd to fire the six Mexl- state convention. Ho has been told
cans dropped under ti hall of bullets. tbut i,(. never need v.-orry about c-on-The
Amerlcnns wero ttnscnthed, secret . volitions If he acts ro that the Goy
....... kl. .....,. ... .if Uinln llrl'u.i lu I '
. .h,. iT.iiti.ii Mimes bv 1,1. ..1. ""ay wr.l him some day.
' ; principally
Continued on Fourth I'aue. caste.
.-M i mnninrv ill iiL'i Hiuiiit-i , ivt niiiunnn , .... ... ... ... n.
her departure from India does not ' ".. mom..rlnls-of former Mayor Grunt. 1 "1,w,"mH "ving neen given ine cxecu- , ornor passes .nr. i.e it.gvveu ove..
i tloners not to shoot them.
Voting Crockett und the two other 1
is regarded as wahhllnu.
Michael Walsh of Yonkers
H'lts nodttnr. better.- tr.
Americans were permitted to escape i Democratic leader of Westchester and
I nnd they lost no lime getting to this the county chnirmin. He hns ona
I side of the river, fienutor, John F. Healy, und Hire