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THE SUN, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1913.
has illicitly taken tin phase of the
matter nti with tli.' N'lrnrnguun A'ln
J.ter hero, ntnl ii has been arranged
Now Hint Si tnr Hrjnii. with the
'light nf tin- Wilson Administration
has nVrlded t" stand behind tin- ttfiit
t hro Is mi iliiulii lli.it it will I"1 rati
lied by llir Semite. It "III hlUc U"'
Milipnrt id mint if Hi'1 l!'piil'lleiin.
nml Mr. Itr.uiti's ri'iiuril will
ilouhtrillv swing the Democrat Into
The old plans for n canal liy w of
Nicaragua mil for Hi" Utilization of
l.nlo Nicaragua and several Hvrts
lying oti either side of thill lake. Com
pnrallvcly little PM nvullcill will In"
nt-ressnry to build by this mute n iiinal
fur light tlmtt vessels
The I'lilti-d States Is iillendy hound
)y n treaty with Nicaragua to follow a
specified mute In case It ever builds a
i anal across Nicaragua. In the proto
rol of 1!nn tlio Culled Slates ngtet-d
with Nicaragua Hint tho Atlantic ter
minal should ! tn-nr Sun .limn del
Norte, thcnre to Lake Nicaragua Ii v the
Itiillo Hlver mill from tlm lake to Hip
Psclflc I'oiiMt along Hip course of a stun II
rlvpr, tho tnoiitli of which l mar Snn
Juan ih l Sur.
WANTS RICH WOMEN IN MILLS.
.Ilit itnnil sit llrnnnl Mrl'.e
Would Unit I'nlerfttiu Trnnhte,
. William Ii. Il.owoml. Hip I W. V
Under, addressed u meeting held In the
I'nmnrtl building nt IT. Hum liroinl
wy Inst night to get tuntrlbutiniis for
Hip Pntrrson strikers.
, "If I was luiin In Anion. a' Iip sold.
"It wasn't my fault. I would prefer
to have lipcn born In ICiihi:i. This l
supposed to bp thn bind of Hip free and
Hip homo of Hip brnw. It ii Hip taint
of tho capitalist ami th hump of Hip
slave. Von could stick a Knlfn lit the
lipart of a capitalist and Iip wouldn't
bleed a drop, but stick a knlfn Into his
pocket hook mid ho will bleed to dpatli."
Ilnywood said that ho btlWvcd the
Japanese havp a much right in thin
country as ln has and then tunipil to
the situation In Pntcrnon In onp of Hip
mills, ho unlit, Hit- girls were trpatnl so
Indrcentlv hi Hip hands of a foreman
1 hit! Hip I W. W will tr to cto.-e this
"I woulil Hid. to xpp Hip women of
Fifth avenue wltli thi'lr In t tings and
footmen." h said, "In Hip finishing room
of a silk mill, hut wp won't sec them
thrte until .miii put tlii-m there "
, Hp Mild thai there will In- no nrhltia
Hon In the I'nterson strike and am
settlements will bp mailp between th
null owner? and strikers without iir-
mop mieriprpurp. I
llavwoo.l argued for a l.i.iie union
of all workers In the ci.ini'j. If all
worker:" In every trade in l'atr.si.n
could h i'iiIIpiI out. he .ii.l the strll.p '
coijM be settled In two d.iys. He wants 1
in replace Hip many I ilmr ot j.'anlr.itlon." i
with one union, one head and onp e.- 1
QUIET HOLIDAY IN PATERSOX. !
Mrlkrra Wnlcli I'aradr xnit Until
Tito Mmnll Mrrllnsa,
Patfukov, May jn Thei, wj no ill-
nrdr In rnlrwon to-day In ihe iimrii i
Ins Milker Mooil to Hip iri'ii ..ml
matched the Millioi i.il l no ! a it . ami i
about L'.flilO of them attended it tneetttu In
their open nlr nieethm j.'.ii. e William I'
.Hnywoiwl was one of the speaker. t
In the afternoon ilp-ie wn a meet m
fur the women striker, at whleli the
ripeaker were lliinuali Slltjerin.ititi, nuu ,
nit on n writ after i week In Jml. .Hid
Kllraheth Ottrlet I'lsnn F-w sti'ne f J
were at the tneptlns ,
Heraue of the holiday none of t e nii"s
was open, mo there wa Mti p'ikel.iivj
WHITE HOUSE DENIES
PROMISE ABOUT SUGAR
It h Snitl Tli;il I'lntlWni Cuv-
crs Any Mi'iiin (iivi'ii
i liv Wilstiii.
Wh:iim;ih.. May .".u '!" e - aim' j
Interest heie In the statement made by
lunruanntliVD. III., Mill. .11' llwlllstiv I
lii New ill-leans that a memoraniliiin
defining the iJeiiinoratlc pollm toward
ibis Industty was .slRiied hv Woodrow
Wilson and handi-il to Itepresi-ntutlve
Hrous.-aul bv Mi Wilson shortly be.
fore the Haltlinnte i onw iitlou.
storv of this character has bern
i iiculated In Wnsiiinntoii by the sucar
ponple, who haw- complained that the
litovislnns nf the memorandum are
belnjr violated bv the present tariff bill.
No inntlrmatlon has le-en o:itaiiud hen-
I'lHt an such memoialiili:tii
r w,i ,
v 'lie While II. m. ,t w iiiumtalneil
that President Wi son ni-wi cominltted
himself Again"! tree suirar and that he
1ms no recollection of liavlni? itIvpii anv
memoinndnm If 'u- il'd. the memo,
randuni. tt Is i-.iid, emliodleil nothlncr
more than whn was Inrorpordted 1n
fiihstanre In the lU'ilmore plntfnrm.
The sucar prnple have contended, how
ever, that the lialtlinnri- platform tlld
Jiot contemplnti- free ur;.-i r.
Arcordlni; to the ,toiv which eman
iited from New Oileiius thli memoran
dum was Riven to the "iih-ronimlttee
;it tho Italtlinoip rnnventlon whlrh was
iliflflini; the platfoim. but tho original
never was returned In Its plice they
lecelved, so they i-hai ceil, only n copy,
ltppres ntatlve liroiis'.trd declined to
discuss the matter to-day He would
not denv thsi he was searrhlttR for a
memo and thai bp iiiIrIii have ome
thlnK In x.iy In a few days. Ii was Inti
mated by some of Hie smnr people th.it
W, J, Hry.m, who was on the Haltlmnre
jmh-i-nnimlitco, li.nl i.ie orisliial of thl?
LEAPS FROM RIVERSIDE ROOF.
fVearr I'slls 7 otiirlen In llenlh,
.III) lllaalnu Pnsaersll.1 .
An unlileiitiiliil ni-RiesR who jumiieit
Jnt niKht fnuu tf.e loof of Hie Stiatforil
apailinitits, Itiveislde lirlve and
.S'lpetv-thlnl Uriel mivi-ii stories-died
nn Die wa In the I'olv. Ilnlr Hniltal.
The tmd iiiiuowlj. missed hlttliiK
persons on the sidewalk A yoiiiiR woman
Mlin was neitiest falliled
Adrian Smith and William Wallur te
in the eouit between the Siratfonl-Avoii
iiirtimnts anil npai iments tin Nlnetv
t Mint street They henrd hand clapping
phove them and haw the woman leaning;
river the rrtce. The two men went up, but
hhe pimped Jusi , ,i t tr learlinl the
r.ii nno sni.iu innnge, ii urUet In
.luniiiv i-nrh anil Hrlilntlde nf meiiuiy
IBl-lets to her IiiiihIIuii;
I'riirtnie Only Itiehnnue Open To-
l Hie rxchiiiices nere closed vrsnnii
end , "I will Ik ilnj.nl tn.il.tv with Die ex
' '! P I Of tile 1 nrtliee l'.v eliu M an
l'nl'-aci' lloanl tif Trails ulll I...
BURIED TO NECK BY '
PLUNGE FROM PLANA
I'tmit'liiilf K tills to Open mill!
Jt.ono Persons Sco Diiriuir
KI.PS IMX'I KUS
HroilitT Swims Stronni to Spof
Avlninr Tiiinis tm inr
. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l,.ipliaiu,.i younn mall lio h.is
lepplillv I.ppii iitli.ictltiK attiMitinii by
tnaUliiR iiaiachutp leaps from iiiriiil.iui's.
plutiRed J.Vi fppt from n nuichitip into
a Mwiimp at Oakwoo.l Heights, StutiMt
Island, j esleiilny nfieinoiin When Ihosp
who ran to his usslsiaticp not to him onlv
his head ami hIioiiMpim wpip vNihlp
I liey hail to din him out with a kIiovpI
Hp landed in tnaishv kioiiniI within a
fow feet of small hi it-am and his n-s.
ciipi mvani aoross it Hp was conscious, 1 uck straight on his fppt anil lih Iprs
but nppaientlv KiilTprinR t i-.it p.iin. ,hi,i ! IihiI MooiUhi' Ktrnln Mr Sloven llintiRht
the tank of KPltiui; him out was accom t Ha' Hf l'lt bud " K"f
pliKhisI with illllktilly ,n "nvliiR him from Rieatur lu
ll w.i liparlv an hour l.eroit- ht- was 1 J1"'"" r Hriscoll or N.-w ilr.Rhtot.
plactslin an iitiiliiilam-p liom Hip Smith i Kvi l-ipham bin attention until the
lullrmarv at Tompkinsville ll was s.iid airivnl of the ambulj net-. 'I Iip Kcv
Hipiv l.isi iiiRht that In- a not KMiioii-lv ''"llier Hums of Hiclunond ruvp Ijipham
injurt-tl but as miIK-iiiir kip.iiIv fmiii i Ipssiur and asked him if In- wiinlrd
fh,, I to lu.lke a conrcHsioii. I.'ipliam r-plpil
Hiiny lliowii. f.i,i whose luplano i'" thotiRlit In- was all tiKht
l-atha aile his Ip.ip. w.it ovpicoiiip by , tii-ueml .Inneit ltp 4lif.
the acclileiil Hp bioiiRlit tin- machinp .Mpanwhili- must of the opectators
to tho Riiiund in front or his hangar, half had Kcramlilpil lurk across thetne.nlows
a mile fiom whi-it- Latham l.indcil, unit to their -eats In ihe siamU or Iho hundrpils
then fell in .i faint when ho learned then- of automobile that wpip about Hip Held,
had lipon mi iici-idt-nt At that iimo t-vt-ry i Walter .lohnsoii wnttt into the air with
onti who naw Hip fall bplii-vtul l-iphnin ' hi bip!ani at 4..Vi o'cliic-k. tlirpp (piartpr
was tli-ad Hrown wa taken nway Iip- of an hour nrtcr Him at cidi-nt. uinla littly
Toro Id comiKinioti as brought into the later fct il IVoli. a prolt-i-p r l 'apt Haiti
liutiRaroti tho par.ichutp. wlilt-h had been wui. wn circling -'.nofi IWt over tlm hi-iuls
foklttl up to tn.ikp a littPi ,,f il rowd jit,-r on ' M Wood
The nccidptit came at an titipxppcteil 1 ( amp into the fit-Id In a Moiant mono
moment l.iiphaiu had Ip-pii bllli-d to plane. Imvuir flown Irom (I.irtlen Cily
tnaki- the leap fiom a Rit-at ln-iht Hp I,. I . in an hour ami a hulf
wa to lisp a SIpi piis -.afply park, a ip u p i These pVt-nt wi-rp all in the program
coiitiivptl by l.eo Stevens, w ho once tlitl
I ivitachutt. drops hiinwlf but wJio w now
iimnaKi-r for Itrown and other avintm
Th- parachute is wiapp.sl up tlithtly
w. that it can be worn .m tin- b.ick ..f no
.ivi.itor. tht- ide.i b'-iht; Hint in i:inp of mi
accident a innn could jump fnuu the
machine ami kivo lilm-elf with tin- i.ir.i-
chute, which is siippos.il to open as he
s throUKl. the air I' as n-
red tint Hrown would spiral about
am as he tlesretidetl. performing for 1
the Hist time the -st Vitus olplaiip
Hrown circled the field eM-i.i tunes. Inn '
tlld not appear able to get l.tKhi-r than j
'.'So feet It appiMietl to the eH-rieticril '
that his eiiKiin- wa not wiuiiinn well
anil no one suppo-ed thai Kiphani Would
atti-mpt to jump when mi near iho t-anh
Suddi-nly he was seen to leave the bi
plane Tln-ie was a duller of r.tnv.is
Iiipcps as tin- wrappini; ab..ui the p.ua-
chntti iii- writ- i-.inieil aw.iy in the
'I In- botlv of
ii- man was seen j
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to slioot tloAnwaiil. but tlit-io was no i
npeilllip, id the pallicllllto Jllst liefole I
ltpham hlriick the canvas spieatl. but too '
father sees lllm Fall,
He was p-rh.ips three-quarters of ll
mile from tho uraticl stantl and l he main
body of the 3,000 persons watchitiK the
oveiits, In front of Hrown' hangar
wero l.apham's father and two brothers,
Frank nnd Itlrhaid. tho hitter a boy.
I no miner nnd I' rank were nnioiic the
first to rush across thn spongy, mi-iulow
Krn8so(l field. Alfiotl Jeimes of I IS Kast
Hixty-foutlh stit.nt, V. I, Metcair of
(Ireat Kills and Victor l-Vism of Now
Dm i were soon abroiist id Frank
nnd t ho four went over the ground fast.
Cutting them off from the spot where
Lupham lay was a stream twenty feet
Ide They plunged into it uiid swam
across I hey grasped the arms of the
jutniier and tried to pull him up, but
lie yelled with pain, at tho satno time
pleading with them to get him out They
culled back lor a shovel and one was
brought, from the nearest hangar nnd
thrown over to them Frank l.apham
dug up the soft earth furiously nnd they
boon had Ids brother on tho grass. Thn
leather life Is-lt ho had about him was
Mutnpetl in three pieces, but It had nulled
the ropes of the parachute into tho ground
Meanwhile i, thousand men, women
and boys weie ntrratulng across tho
meudows Half a dozen or morn pur-
son fell miii u smaller stream before
they leached the bank opposite tho plaro
when- the ii-sou.-is were lifting IjiphamV
body unto his iararhute
Among those who came with the crowd
was Mr. Klovens. with a long ladder
This was stretched hc-iimm thn water
and meehuniett nnd aviators sera milled
ucross to give aid 'I hen a boat was
seen coming up the stream half a mllo
away Henry Itrock, enjoying his motor
boat out In the bay, had seen the fall and
hurt led to the scene, The injured jumper
was placed on board nnd the boat was
pushed bnrk slowly toward the hangars.
Laphnm wns ronfcloits during all theso
proceedings, but complained that hia
4 fekfindhQUldcr ptlneAbln
ir-T 'LkHHkSMidFIP'' t ' 'wJMiWtlBKt
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
The Hotel and Restaurant known a MURRAY'S. 42nd
Street near Broadway, is now under new Management, Mr.
John L. Murray having letired from business.
The former artistic and beautiful decorative scheme has been
preserved and amplified, but good service, soft music and
rent food are the reasons of our appeal for favor.
No cold storage (frozen) products of any sort will be served.
We invite the consideration of those who wish fine foods
The Roof Garden and Peacock Room
Will open for the season 1913 on Monday, June 2nd
RESTAURANT SERVICE FROM 5.30 P. M. DANCING AFTER 9 P. M.
. JOHN HILL
Lapham Out of the Marsh
of the fpronaittlcal Society, which was I
kiviiiu th exhibition. Itrown had been
in the air twice befnre he took liplmm
up for Hi.- spectacular jump. He nude
bis llr.l tlli-bt at "o 'clock, uiuiiif to .
Craut Citv l-ualmc, there, ho took
aboard "d n-ral" Itosalie Jones and a
Teat ouat .ity id wimian MiffniKe liters-
ture 11.- mr; hiked it to Albany and to
Washington tin- C.i-ner.il hit tipon an
aeropla.,.. flight n- the newest thim; in 1
sunmiti.t c.mpainnltiK s thev ramo !
Into the Held, with yellow circular Hut
teniiK downward, a hearty cheer came
Irom tin- spp'totors She i.ml Brown
i)etl for the photo.Taphi-ts nnd then she
went to tho Kraml htnnd to make a brief
sppt-ch lor tin- caup.
Uiphatn is yours old anil i not mar-
ried He lives with his iaren(s at 128 I
lliyhpiuiit avenue. Wephnuken lb-rent ly I
he Murtlcil I'orto Itiro bv daring leaps
from iieronlunes Hat ry Itrown is known
as one ot tin- niti-i ran-ful aviators in the
I coiiiiH y lb- ua-. tiaiiipil in I .upland anil
j,UN neer hud a si t mus arcidrtit
YOUNG ELOPERS CAUGHT.
nine tit lirlt-f In l.crtlnlinvn, I'n.,
fler l.onu iilo Trip,
1.BWISTOWV, I'a May .10. - Miss IMilh
May Howe i!aue!itT of Lewis It. Howe
of l'.oston, Mass., geiiPial freight ngrnt
of the Seaboard Air Line Itailway, waa
itrrested hero to-day on the terhnlcnl
charge ot obtaining money under folse
ptelrncrs. Shu whs later released.
Miss Howe ran away from her homo
In Maiden, Muss., with a youth who
says he Is Lloyd Wllll.illin of Chicago,
The youth wns In possession of a
valuable motor car Udonglug to Mrs,
Helen l. Clayton of llaverfortl, I'a. Ho
was at rested to-day for taking the car.
An acquaintance of Mr. Hnwo recog
nized the girl on the street yesterday
nnd wired to her father, who sent back
word to hold his daughter.
Mr. Howe arrived to-night and took
bis daughter homo. He said that she
had been visiting In Philadelphia with
out Ids knowledge nnd Hint while there
stliefliappened to tnort Williams, to whom
she said she bail been Introduced In
Huston ii year ago nt n social nffalr.
WHHnms was taken to Philadelphia on
the n o'clock train tn tinawrr the charge
preferred against him by thn police of
that city for the theft of Mrs. Clayton's
automobile. He said ho was anxious
to mnrry Hie girl
! 1"WN. May 3u, - Lloyd Williams, tho
'nm"'' m,,n '"Trsted In Lewlston. Pn
In compnny with F.dlth Mny llown.
daughter of I.cwIh It. Howe of Maiden,
Is believed to be Karle V. Scott, who
disappeared about two weeks ago at the
Mime limn as Miss Howe did,
On May 17 a warrant was Issued for
the nrrrst of Scott, whn Ih IS yrars old
and son of n prominent family living In
Mnlden, charging him with taking two
On the snme day Ml Howe, Ifi years
old. also disappeared, her father said.
She wan a junior in the Maiden High
School, llep mother saltl to-night that
alio believed Scott haa been using the
JOHNSON RETIRES AS I
HEAD OF THE 'CENTURY'
Snitl Tlnil Stuff of the .Mnirn
zinc Will I'nilci'oii
Unbelt I'nderwooil Johnson, editor In
chief of the Crnliiru .W'iii;iiii- sliue
1310, has reslRned. Tin- icslKiiatlon was
act .'pled on April II and took effect la-t
.Mr. Johnson de. Unci l.tt nlnht to tils-
us.s Hip reasons for hi ios);natlon.
William V i:ilworth, president of
the tompatn. was out of town ye-ler-ila
.Mr.s. Kllswoi th. sieakltiK for her
husband. ,ild th.it Hubert SterlhiK Yard
of .Motfat. Vn til I'o, had been up-
pointed Krneral nmn.iKcr nnd that he
would assume Hie duties laid down by
.Mr. Johnson, Tin- policy of tin- nwiK.i
nine would be kept the -nine. 'It said,
"d tin- lln.uii'lal control remains III Hip
Mr Yard was a leporti-r on Tiir Si n
for three years and later was connected
with the lit ralil. Then In- became ad
VPr""'"'' ''"""' '" ,i"'"""'r ' "'
1!, , ' "lvV;' '" '';'
vertising mutumer for h'rriburr'i, editor
K-nitumteil rrotn I'rinceton in n)-.'.
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., ", , " uie memory or certain KPtuietneu not . ,,., Aht0l. wn tetllli-d nRalnst Mr.
here was to r-oranl,a Ion of the K,.ry flir from hen-." I lp were positive In their Identttl-
..ntury(ompan. w h. erta u clmne.s T,, Oovrrr.or's tlrst meeting was ul ,.jt Icti of both the defendnnt nnd co
from the present policy of Us publl.-.i- . t)u. Knlshts of I'ythlas Hall in Tottt-n- .,'.
Hons. The otllcl.il staff of th- company I x ,n,.. Th- aiitomoblli. in which he. 1 ,,.',',, Mnrl ,,
underwent n renrganlz-itlon In Match of , wn. trnvellne siiBttilnetl a tire puncture ll""l'" "uri nisiiop.
I this yent. followltik,- tilt- flection of Will-
lam V. lCllswiirlh as pri-sldent, to sue-
ceed Frank II Siott. who tiled Noveni-
M, i.-o,.. , , ,,.,i i. , i,.,,i
" " ' I ( M 1 ( I f I lltill tl till ni'lll'll t ti 1 1 lllh 11 1 1 1' it
dent since November. IfUI. Iru II. ! he leached the meeting place. William nnmrs ' Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Ilaer. IMilln
llrninetd was elected to suicoi d him, ' Mctieehan. I'rogresslve lender of West- j delphla " on tho Astor rrglstrr. This
Douglas V.. Duly was made secretary ' Held, presided at Hip meeting and Mr. testimony wns glvi-n when the defend-
and .losliih .1. Ilaz.-u .i.sslst.int trr.isurer.
The trustees nf tin- company are .Mr.
KIlHwnrth. Mr. llrninerd nnd George
Inness, Jr., who was chosen nt the
Mr. Kllsworth was secretary of tho
company for thirty-two years, having
been elected to the place In 1M1, when
tho company rhnngetl its name from
Scrlbner & Co., to thn Century Com
pany. George Inness, Jr., Is the snn-ln-law
of Itoswell Smith, the founder of
Itobert I'nderwood Johnson, the retir
ing editor, has been on the editorial staff
of the Century Mnpnzinr since 1S7.1
lie became associate editor in 1 SSI , nnd
editor In 1910, He 1s no yenra old nnd Is
the father of Owen Johnson, author nnd
Mr. Johnson, with John Mulr. planned
and forwnrdrrt the crentlon of Yosemlte
National Parlt nnd he has for ninny
years been a prominent tlgiiro nl rnn-t-ervntlon
Mr. Johnson hns written several vol
umes of verse. He Is a Vnln graduate
and member of Phi Hetn Kappa. He
was decorated with the ribbon of the
Legion of Honor In lRI'l. Ho was the
originator of the Keats-Shelley memorial
In Home nnd Is permanent secretary of
It. Ho Is n member of the Century.
Players and Authors clubs.
BANKER KNAPP ACQUITTED.
Mmle !n I lillMTflll I.ohii,
Ithaca, N, Y .May 30, l'x-Itepresen-tstlve
Charles K. Knapp, former president
of Iho Hlnghainton Trust Company, was
iii'inilttc-d In Supreme Court to-day on n
charge of misdemeanor under tho State
The Jury was out nineteen hours. Mr.
Knapp was Indicted tor admitting n loan
of K'.KOO to the III m of Knapp Urns,
bankers, at deposit when tlm Knapp llros,'
account was already mote than 40 per
cent, morn than thn capita! slock, and
urpllis of the tnm riimpany, which Is
prohibited tiy law 'I lie iierenee tiiiimi ii
that It was not a loan, that cash Items
were sent to the bank on Aim II 3, I'.iOt, the
day the K.iu was suit to Knapp lima.,
and that the sum was only utiuiKtid lu au
'SULZER THREATENS !
llo'U Oppose Their Heeled inn
if They Oppose His Prl
I STATUS IShAN'DKHS I'llKEK
j l.eislatrs nn Plat form When!
j (itiveruiir Assails Their
I Votes on Measure.
Stale Senator (ieot Ke A. Hl.i IH ell, ho
Introdiired the direct primary bill which
was passed iwlco by tho I.PKMaturo at
lis recent .session, nut on tilt- staRe lit
the auditorium of tin- tlpiinan flub In.
Stapli-ton, Hlaten Inland, la.sl nlKlit nndj
licatd Go. Sulzt-r lell a thoiiH.tuil 'r
'more of hl. constituents tlmt hr hail
VMoetl the lull b-th times bef-au.sn It1
was a fake. I
At Hip Senator's. Jtido nt Assembly
man Italph .McKee, who voled for the
1 Hlamelt bill of Ills colleaKUP, but not
for tin- line Introduced at the tlovprnor'a
I Instance. Tin- (Joveruor tuinrd upon
them ami with a pointim? linger warneu
tht-m that If either failed to vote for
hl bill at the extra session he would
com Into their district and use every
means at his command not only to pre
vent their renotnlnntlou but also to
pteVPtlt their otertlon If they should Ret
I by hi thn primaries. Neither of them
made uny let'l.N.
The mrer-tlnt; was ,me of tin- most
enthusiastic tin- (Inventor ha.s had. I It
was latt- In nrrUlttK. but the KHtherlui?
of men and women was held by the
dlrert primary oratory of HnroiiKh I'rrs.
Idrnt McAtirny. ItalntirldKi- Colby and
foiiner State Senator l-'rederlck Morgan
DaM-nport. The tlovernor's appearanci
was tin- sIkiimI for an ovation that
lasted for leu minutes, lie didn't take
lonrr to seize the opportunity wnicit
tht- ptesence of Senator lllmtvelt and
Asspniblytnan .McKee afforded htm
! "I'm Kind to nee on this platform."
! he said, "the men who represent you
'in the I.OKiflatnre They have don a
treat deal for this movement by com
Inir b'-re. Thev are both frlenile of
'mine nnd l would rh a lotikr way to do
them a fanr They beloiu; to tny
parly Thev .should not forget that It l
the par tv that promised to write upon
the statute books a i-al Statewide til
led primary law.
designed to do that very thlntt. I am ,, , .,lmonv.-'
sorry they did. I would not object m Mr Tuft nsUii, , lllUirn,v.H
murh to their hnvlni? done no If they.,,,, ., ,,rpf , , nh,rh ,() ,.im8jer
had earnestly tried to do thrlr duty by . ue!,t,m uml KBK,.steil a month,
von. but I do object to thrlr hnvltiK j,,., .ll0rI. . ,() tlint cmlnse
ote.l anlnst ll uft.-r havlnn tlrst K..t , uoul(, ,,.v tw mlPHtlol, ,. ,,,
their hi tin over the telephone, after Mll!,(ia.. i .... rffor, ... ..-r,.-. i,.fliro
belni; instructed as to what thev were
' to do by Kiinn- out- that was not you.
Seventy-five per tent of the I'roisres
I s'vp.. m this State, '.i.'i per cent, of the
! liv -trail- and S."i per cent, of the I5e
i publicans ate lu favor of niv bill. .Vow
I wain ou to ko lo voir Senator and
ssemulyman. I want on to plead with
them to p.i t evolution so that there
will be no doubt lu their mlniN a- to
where you tAn.
"I am almost sure that this bill will
pass nt tho extra session, nnd If It
noes not pass wier- it wm ias.s at lite
net te.ular session. If Senntor Hlau-
elt and Assemblyman .McKee do not
wite for it at the extra spssioii I will
. onip tlown hen and do everything I
can to prevent their colni: back to the
Legislature, i.an you uninie hip'
At tnat mere was a -.tariiiim nut-
i i,llrt from tne crowd, iliirini: which the
M-uator and hN mllciinie looked
.stralnht ahead and said nothim;. Tin-
Hovernor had opened with a description
of what had happened In the direct prl-
mnry line at tnr ircciu session, wnen
hi- ram.- to tht- Mlnuvelt bill he said;
"I vetoed that bill because It was a
'.ake. It didn't even ntteittpt to do what
i th party hud promised. They pas-ed
" "' T0" , "" V"U""i "f I1?1,
w lib a few obsnrvatliins now wt-ll within
I .. - . . ..
l,in.i ,,inethtnir went wroiir- with Hip en.
Kn(. when this party was nea.- Hlch-
mond Vnllev. This tlelnved the Onv -
',,,. f.,r ,, hour, but he found a hlir
i , . ., , .,.,
I McAnrnv. Mr. I'olby and Senator
Davenport also spoke. Hecaus.e of the
late hour the Gmerni'ir was brief In his
BARNES REPLIES TO SULZER.
He' Vol AhIiiiI lllrret I'rl
arle Scores (itnrrnor's Methods,
William names, Jr., chairman of the
Republican State committee, last night
issued a statement lu reply to Gov.
Sulzer, Tho wtntement reads In part:
"The Governor sas I am interested In
the defeat nf the primary legislation which
he has advocated, which Is practically
Identical with the' Hi-publlcan proposals
with the exception of the abolition of the
State convention. He Is entirely mistaken.
I am not Interested In tho sense that he
uses the woid on way or tho other. As
chairman of the Republican State com
mittee tt Is tny duty to urge upon the lie
publican members of the Legislature that
they bliould support In this mutter, as lu
all otlieis, the provisions contained In thu
Republican pledge to tn people. That
duty I have performed.
"I urn not concerned or Interested
whether the Democratic party Is run by a
Hulxer machine or a Murphy machine.
They present a great similarity to my
mind. Coercion, compulsion of support
through the use or withdrawal of patron
age uie tho familiar notes that are struck
by a patronage made machine. I cannot
believe that the people of New York enjoy
the spectacle of a Governor giving and
withholding patrnnngn and Kxecutlvo ap
proval of legislation for personal support
of himself as 'leadei' when hr Is ulng
the method, of a 'hns.'"
M'COOEY RAPS SULZER.
line l.lttle Ilrapeet fop Trnfb, He
Says In Statement,
John H. Mcfjooey, the Ilrjriocratla
county leader In Hrooklyn. made this
statement yesterday In reply to Gov.
Milliter's recent reference to him:
"I have no nuarrul with Gov. Sulzer,
but the Governor appears to have little
respect for the truth when he continues
to quote me as saying I could not find any
sentiment for direct primaries. I have
personally alwavs been n favor of di
rect primaries, but I am opposed to the
, uoojiiio si. tno CW9 eonyentloot
Quality Never Varitt
MRS. BISHOP WINS
CtiiiHniiwI from Vint I'aiir,
lawyers, found tin basis upon which
they t:ould nsrer, they reported tho fact
to Justice tioff and told him they were
tently in TOport. As soon as In- pnternl
Hit- court room .lumps W. Osborui- nn
noiinci'd that Hip plaintiff restpd, whll
.Mr. Taft said "Uefetnlant tests"
.lustlcp tjotr then asketl If the attnr
nc.VH ilislied to it-lew the pldeucp,
ntnl .Mr. Taft said he hail no wsh to do
so. Mr. Usborno said;
"Wo think tho court has h full under
standltiK of the facts In thin ruse."
Just lie ColT, who hud not been In
formed of the proposal to eliminate .Ml n.
tSwathmey's iiaiin- fiom the divorce tit
tree, Hiild: .
(ioff Amur tin. (inntbuia).
"The evldrncp s clear and conxluc
Iiik that tlie defendant committed adul
tery ut Hie Hotel Aslor with Mr,
liwathmt-y on the dates specified, and
iuilirtnptit Ik retideieil for tht- tihtlntiff
Mr oshornn then announcrj that thn
nttornoys had been unable to nree an
to tho nllmony and the custody of tho
children nnd that they were willing to
.submit both questions to the court Mr.
Taft said tht-tp was "teasonable pros
pect" that they would lrac.li a satin
factory iiKreemeut. but said tlial If the
court deslted to M-nd the matter to a
referee the attorneys weir willing.
"I want you to know." said .insure
tlofT. "that II Is the wish of tho court
that counsel arratmo some amicable
niTleement its In thn pilHl.idt of the eblt.
that time nnd they will report to Justice
(!off ut 10:30 o'clock that mornlnK In,
the Criminal ltruncli of the .Supremo
I'ourt. If by that time they have not
agreed but see some possibility of
dohiK so they will usls for mote time,
, ,; lf nul u" lst ,.x,.rU.,i ,.v wm hsU
. for ,pferpe , Jt.cllH Ule ,.
As'soon as Justlre Goff left the rourt
toom Mrs. Bishop's friends surrounded
: !lrr anj cotiKrutulatrd her. Shu tnade
, n trlumphul exit as she left tho court
; ,, nJ wont lo hep automobile. The
I defendant appealed telloved nnd hl
, s.lHt(.r wpll, to ,is sld nt onre and
, lpft thB bulldliiB with hint.
- n was said yesterdny that one tenson
j which Influenced the defendant to
'abandon his case was the feellm; of
, hlH ,,ounll, tnnt .i.tlrp (.'off was l
) 0ndv convtneed that the charites of
mlsi-iniilori luul lieen amolv sustained.
Tm. rimrt'H demeanor durlnp the trial
' indicated Hint the telephono slips show-
,nR rl,nH f,om roni.s In the Hotel Astor
, ,.,.u,,ie, l,v "Or and Mts. .1 t". Ilaer.
I'hihidelphl.i." to Mrs. (iwalhmey's
..oiirtments nnd to Mr. HMion's office.
uhloh were tinted both In tho mornlnK
,.V(.nlnK m(j impressed him. Tlm
"" al "''"V'1 thl" lal'1"-
i ....... ..i...u ,i...
williri." linn "lien
i When Mr. Hishop was colled us ll wit
, ne f"r w'f, nl ,Mt beginning nt
, tMn tr'111 '10 denied In positive terms
I that he had ever spent ll night nt the
Hotel Astor of that he wrote the
I " """ l'V'Wleilgo of the tuiintlty
or quality of thn evidence against lllm,
It was learned that perhaps the con
trolling reason for the akiudonmnnt
of the defence wan that Mr. Hishop
could get no handwriting e.xpertB who
were willing to go on the stand and
testify that the signatures of Hishop
and of "Dr. nnd Mrs. J, C. Haer, Phila
delphia" were not the same. Thn
plaint iff 'a soli- witness on this point
was William J, Klngsley, who said
there were so many points of similarity
that he could pick up one writing lu
the street and trace It to the writer
of the other, becnuse Hishop In signing
the hotel register had made no attempt
to disguise, his hand. At the request
of Justice Goff the defendnnt wrote both
ttnnies in court.
After Kxpert Klngsley had testified
counsel for Hishop submitted tho two
signatures lo Albert H. Oshom and
David N. Carvalho, also handwriting
experts. They reported there, was no
doubt that tho handwriting was the
sanio In each, and that they would not
rare to testify under oath to anything
rise, Tho plaintiff then sought to call
these experts as witnesses, but they
declined because they had been re
tained by the defence
Prom tho time tho divorce suit was
liegun Hishop has Insisted that the
charges ngalnst him were the product
of his wife's Imagination, nnd he sub
mitted affidavits by ullw.UU concern
ing her alleged mental condition. A
statement that Mrs. Hishop was not
of sound mind was madn by George
Gordon Hattle, Mrs. Gwnthmey's nttor
noy, In a letter to District Attorney
Whitman, nnd resulted In n suit for
JFIO.OOO damages for libel by Mjrs.
Hishop. In the course of tho con
ferences yesterdny Mr. Hattle Insisted
thnt If the defence was abandoned tho
libel suit ngalnst hltn should be with
drawn nnd It is expected that this will
Mar Loses Life In Sirlmmlna Hare.
James Farrell, 1R years old. was
drowned off Richmond Valley. Slsten
Island, yesterday afternoon, while swim
ming In a race with Imys from the Mount
Loietto Home. It was tho Hrst drow-nlnc
aecldenv ot tUcscason for tiMta, Julaad..
JUDGE COHALAN TO
GIVf. REPLY TO-NIGHT
Statement Mny Save, Ulni From
Two or Tliroo Jnvps-flpatlonK.
SI'hZEK HEADY TO ACT
Hail Talked With Whittnnti
ami Settled Fnto of
Supteme l.'oitrt Jtmtloe Daniel
halaii is to make n statement, regatdint
the charges brought, ngalnsl. htm In
John A. t'olinnlly A rlerk In tlm nffir.
of Mr. c'ohalan informed Tn n sr ,(
telephono last, night. Hint such a siAt.
ment was being preparetl and ih.it u
will be given out. for publirntlon i(,i,
What action may be taken bv (
Sulzer, District Attorney Whitman (,
the Har Association will depend .itgir
on llie chiirncler of the foi tlirouunc
(lov Slller has been uilli'li conrern,
over the slnti-ineiit of I'onnnllv rhaigiiii
that Just ire Cohal.itilgrafted ,i", pi-r t en'
of the prollls of tht-lVIctor Menttng (otn
pany from rltylcontnicts lipforn In- n
upon the bench ami has taken umb-i con
sitleratioii the nerd of calling ii i i
attention of tho Legislature It mnr
be that he will bo convinced bv Jo-ic
Colialau's statement that this n n
Kellevlng that t'onnolly's astoiiiluiic
accusations touch closelv upnii lh
Integrity of the coutts, (iov. Sui,
of theopinion that an investigation shoiM
be mailt! in fairness to the associates ,'
lusttue Cohahin as well as to ColiAUn
For llittn hours lst Thursday niilii
the (lover nor discussed the (.Vihnlau rm
and other mntters with District Attnrnv
Wliitmaii Neither the (lovernor nor tti
District Attorney would discuss tn.
newspaper men the subjects of their till
but their intimate friends wrre nwnre
yesterday that a good deal of the eon
ference liatl to do with Connolly's acciisa
There is reason to believe that Mr. Sutoer
asked the District Attorney whether or tmi
more than ethics was involved in the cae
and that It was suggested that as matter
stand the charges nre matters for a lsi
live or a liar Association invest iiaiin
rather than a Grand Jury Inquiry
District Attorney Whitman was aV
last night if it was true that the (Joverimr
hud informed him that a legislative in
iuiry was probable.
"I positively decline tn discuss the
tionferetire i hud with the Governor," said
Judge Whitman "You must see him
Mr. Sulzer was eitially uncomniunieii
tive. Aked his intentions as regards tie
t'ohaliin charges, ho said;
"It woulil be Improper for me to t
The two ofllrials also tliscussed Pohr.
Commissioner Waldo and Senator St II
well's cnae, The Governor, it is said. hw
been impressed somewhat by the attitud
of the ('urnm Committee toward the sri
ministration of the Police Department
He gave no hint, however, as to whethei
or not he would n-move Waldo if Hit
reiiuest was tniidp
The Democratic (Sovernor and th
Kepubliran District Attorney nre work
ing in absolute harmony and with perfeei
understanding or each other's plant.
Yesterday was the sixth day since Ton
nollv's charges against Conalan we,.
TWENTY LIVES IN PERIL.
lerlne itlers Mnrntineit Off Cesil
if 'nvn Spoils.
llAi.trtx, N. S., May 30. The lives of
twenty marine salvers were In ltnmi
nent peril last night and all ot to-riaj
becnuse of a hurricane that swept ovtr
Yarmouth and the western coast nf
Tho storm dashed the lumber laden
Norwegian ship Frela on the rocks !
low Yarmouth and I'.OOo.OOO feet of bun
her Intended for the South American
market was lost and the vessel com
pletely destroyed, The crew Jumpd.
ashore and saved their lives The men
whose lives ire In Jeopardy are on tin
stranded steamer Gerald Tiirnbull, idn
off Yarmouth tm Garret llock. Th
craft went ashore n week ago and sai
mts had come down to try nnd take V
Twenty men from Halifax w
wrecking gear were aboard the T'ini
bull when last night's storm came up
them. Tht- wrecking steamer HrldS'
water was alongside, but tdio had
rut away nnd put to sea or be lost ,ni.'
tin- salvers were left to their fate,
night the waves broke over the sb
and nil of to-dny, but slip held to
Now the sea Is going down and It
hoped to get the men off tn the mim
ing. Natural Alkaline Water
To regulate the Stomach and
relieve Indigestion, your Physician
will recommend the use of
(fhisch HKPumc mortnrr)
A delightful water,
unexcelled for U
wilhtit (he ivrd
V. V.'s Eyes
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