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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1913.
LONDON CONGRESS OF
MiffnmHfp MiUtHtiry Is l)c-
,.nrcil an Kpiilcmic of Mcn
A L Ml' RUHR SCOUTED
phy.siciiin Vigorously Oppose
Theory of the Hecent
Crime at. Kief.
Special rahlf Htipateh In Ths Srs.
t.Mios, tig I:, run largest, ninst im-
it.l ninst sllrfiissf 111 caltll'ross rif
nielli ine In III ttnrui msinry nmwii mis
mrnnm at xlbert Hull with nn address.
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iirrOll III .fiillll inline, I irnmi-iii ifi ,,n-
I11.1I tint-eminent iioarn, no cicsn mini
IPS trimmus 1,1 me mini- Mini uusui in"
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, promotion of pnbllii health. Home of
W sections nmi nail, miiaiieti mm uinviin-
.iStls in llllli' ui mit-iiu. "in mime.,......- --
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pfi-rnt nnn intense inieresi. ws mum-
a.Ml in inn enn.
i ns announced that the three prizes
( ih ronxrnM were awarded nn toiiows:
Moscow rrize itoi. iitcnei oi rnris, ior
a wnr H mi niiai'iiiirimin.
rain's Prire- Prof, von Wnssermann of
. . 1. 1 . ..n.l In ...Imanlfll ih.ranv
mil. Il'l II 1 ii . II III l-ri:i,,i,iri . .!'
Hungary I'rlr.e Prof. Wright of London,
i Ms work on anaphylaxis.
The neit congress will tie nein nt .xiunicu
Plan Worldwide Crnsmle.
Among the vast variety of mutters dealt
with at l he congress none attracted greater
nitration than the dlsa-overies or rror.
Hirtieh, and It is probable that the ron-
Ill l. .. . , I ..nl.l t .. ... n 1 .1
J. .....I nnuln.l .. nnimi mlnn 111. .11..
nr ri iiiiiip imniiii vuiiiuiuuii nmr . i in-
.11(1 rrenuer .ssiii;wi n nnnoumTincm mill
th llrttlsnii.nvernnient would institute Hn
intptiknti()ti into the best meth ods of
treat ttiK menaces to piiniio heaittiuas re-
! v.iiii iiiimiiiicu navisiNciiun ii iiift
i ..1.1. 1 : 1 . . l .1 1 .. . i
Kritlsh und foreign representatives, who
Mv nisi me example snouia oe iouoneai u
'Oi.lv when all clvlllr.ed countries are
nrkmc toitother." said one of the German
etiegiitc, ran we hope for progress In
&' work of stamping out this plague which.
il.nitn.li n r I n.i 1 1 1" nrftvnlalila liua hun
hitiirrto allowed to kill or maim myriads
he I nRlish prrs is treating the subject
nil umtonled frankness, printing Inter-
lw ami letters urelns the adoption of
tin eiiticaiioiiHi scnenin 10 tomnai ino
rre 1 1 oi hip msense.
Attark MlfYraurttr .Mllltaner.
Pr Harily, in the hUlorioal section, made
tini!iiis rrtticiem of suffraeette militancy,
hi' h lie cliariclerized as an epidemic of
nirr.tal ili-nriltr akin to the dim ink' mania
nf Miii fourteenth century The president
m ini neftion. lo noin a i"opy or ln paiT
iwi iirevioiiRlv been submilted. ruled that
iwn or it ...is out or onler and reuueslwl
lir iliiniy not to rend it. on the irround
iht it dralt with maltept of nctual poll-
r-. Hiinuie. nowcpr. in wiinij. i nHip-iav
m.lltv oi ii.s Hvnr Willi you. ii u lir-
idcil tliai llr Hardy's addres should not
id nrinieii in ih" onicia fi-ord.
i i said that more than joo delegates
m ii'' ronrs. not nsvins enousii alien-
tion lo thPir own nreacnina'. are III as u
mu i oi limu c nn in ion innnv Dinauets.
Illtanl Murder llenonncrd.
0n nf t In" most linpnitHtit tietioiis
dtM nHnifl at Ihii .MrMllcfil rnnenw. tins
V harce of ritual murder made nk-aiiwi
Kiift Jew IM has been in prion or
rrarlv a vear on the i liami' ol havintr sla n
lai-lvfi-year-oia nov named .luii'litsclilnskl
hr -lifdrtlnK his blood In pursuance of a
t'hziniis lie ef said In bn sllll held bv a
iM-ti icct In the trial nf the man the
tfn 1 ol in. tioHitiinrtcm pxamiiiHtion.
h nil ii . inun inni inf. mv nmi inriv.Kf.vpn
-mli- niind on Ills IhmIv. was submitted
o ill- leadinit psychiatrists of I'.urope
n Mi t prmlnii unpfnpr inp tnllrnpr wan
i" n ri'lliflous beliefs or lo insanilv.
In i he course of the discussion before
ttr -rctinns detoted lo forensic medicine
td i . hialrv Dr. Punne of Heidelberir
aril )r Cnhn of Paris tiroilucpd evidpnop
I'm inir lo d snrovp thp al esation or the
r('l.-inn mil hnrillps. A Joint renort sltzned
hi' Prof IVtinpr. the home office expert.
-I'd lis Wilk'o. and .Mercier. exnressed
Ihc nmnioii that thp evidence showed the
iTiiitil murder was the work of a madman.
"We arp strongly of the opinion," the
rrron says, "that there la nothing In the
If 'ail- nt the crime lo suggest the race or
ns'imia lit v of the murderer. We entirelv
si nil mm iHticaiiv nnnnsp thp inmrv that
lhi i ritm ius a ritual murdpr.
Mr .lanu's Crichton-Browne, Hritlsh ex-
PTi nn niPtilnl dispases. pointed out that the
"-iiti fr thp coneress was not a Judicial
trlliiina lie said, however, that tlio case
I'ltli.n Ii. i hum in ivhlph rapinl nnt tmlhv
mno'iiilini; to criminal conspiracy seized
1 I i an i'h enpndent criminal act and
(il-tnrti'il hikI nprvprtpd it or its own nur-
imp. lip a-kisl the delegates toacceDt thn
101)1 lUlnri tlint thp primp ii-na nnt a ritual
OUKler. All assented.
Mhii Atlatura Recoaae Deaf.
Thp influence of climate and occupation
IS lllkpnwf.s nt thp pup una HlapilaaH hi llr
CUriiiLi. lili.p nf Rnatnn Ho nnlnf.il
I'll thai noiM- was a most Important factor
In tJtc.idins dsuass of the ear and that
litll attention had been paid to It. Arthur
'i i tientlP of King s College Hospital de
'iri'i mat deafness as a result nf nprn
planing l beroinlng common and that not
'"iy the iioIm but the height and speed
"! the mavhino afrectd the aviator's hear-
Major I:. R Rost nf Ilia India n aprvlen
iW tlie section in bacteriology that four
l"r" cippripncn had convinced him that
li-prn.j- hh rnntracted largely through
mli' clnthliiB, Ho described a number
(f i.ips nt .,-iccine treat uietit for the disease
w ct,r,.-M.ci the Iwllef that before long
Irirrj. y " mild ! eliminated from the list
"1 II iiialiln (llseiiscs.
XING GOES GROUSE SHOOTING.
Will spemi Several Day oa Kamona
Special Cable Dcipatch lo The Scn.
LoMhiS'. Aiic. 12.MnTlna' rienra'p haa left
f"r gr'iUM) shooting on the famous Dallo
s II Moms in Yorkshire belonging to the
JI" 'luls of Upon.
Tiit lifiui,. party al Htudley Itoyal. the
Imne nf the MariUls of Hlpon, includes
Hon and .Mr. John Ward, the latter
'' it twin was Jean Rcld, daughter of the
'!' Uhitelaw Held; the Karl and Coun
'ft. ,f i..hy, Iuly Herbert and Count
Men-durff, the Austrian Ambassudor.
K n ticorge will remain In Yo'rkshlni
W I hday. when he will Join the Queen
Hahnoral. They will remain In Sent
'"i'i until September 29.
HAGUE AWAITS MR. CARNEGIE.
la Gnluar There fnr the Onasnlnar
nf the Peace Palace.
h"nul Cable lieepateh la Taa Ses.
Till llAill'K AllB 1- Mr nnd Mrs
"'l a Carnegie me expected to arrive
'" ' hi August 27, and will stop with Mr.
'M Mrs. Llotd Hrxee, tho American Mln
br to th Netherlands and hi wife,
'Mr the oprnlng of the Peace Palace, tha
"t'ls nn- inc construction of which wera,
JT is n commercial
fact that Pcnrls
have increased in
value. Our stock was
bought before the re
nriM-voNf m menwn
Jl'M'rii'i' 'I'iilliiliiii:.!!!!.! ,!!!.;!fj
MANY HURT IN IRISH RIOT.
Mayor of Londonderry Severely I n.
Jtlred In Oranae-Xatlonallst Clash.
Sptdat Cable MpnfrA fo Tsr. Sin.
tiNDONiiEimr, Aug. 12. A tMilcal
OrHnge-Natlonallst riot resulted here to
day from the celebration of the "Siege of
Derry," tho historic stand of the Protes
tunts of the north against James II. in
IBS!'. Many persons on both slQes were
Injured by stones and other missiles. One
policeman was shot nnd Is believed to be
Mayor Sir William Mcl.earn was struck
on the head by n stone and severely huit
while trlnK to rescue an Kngllsti visitor
from u mob engaged in brntlng him.
ITALIAN STRIKE A FIASCO.
Worker. In Prlnplnal t itle. ,
Returned tn Their Work.
tptctal Cable lietpnlrA lo Tint Six
Rome. Aug. 12. Thn general strike
called throughout Italy by the t.eneral i
Confederation of Labor has proved a com
plete fiasco nnd the extreme syndicalists
have received a sevete check.
Twenty-four hours after the strike was
called it is said that nil the workers in
tile principal cities of the country arc
back at work. In Rome everything Is
working normally. Only the afternoon
papers are affected They were not pub- I
Itshed to-day. I
uenioiisirmion iiiMiiiieu im m-iiity
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was anything but a success. A few thou-
asintl gathered tit the Coliseum and Us
tened to speeches, but the array of troopa
induced the leaders to postpone a parade.
Many arrests in numerous conflicts be
tween strikers and tlio pollcp are reported
from Pisa. It is icported that Prof.
Uugtirlmo Romltl of the University of
Pisa found no porters nt the railroad
station when he arrived from London this ;
morning. He secured u truck and carted
his baggage home himself.
dovernment despatches pay that the
dockyards in UeiiOM were beselged for
severnl hours this morning. The strlkets
were repelled nnd turned their alt cut Ion
to attacks on street car emplo.tees. driters
of other public convey a lues mid oilier
men who have refused to Join the strike.
A desperate battle was fought when an
army of strikers assailed the headquarters
of tiie non-strikers who have been forced
to quit their employments. i
ENGLAND'S WARNING TO TURKEY.!!
Sir Kdnnril ire Tell. Balkan mtps
t llbsertr Teen I lea.
Spffial Cnhlf tinpntrh to Tar M x
Iinpon. Aug. 1.1.- Sir IMtv.iid drev
the Secretary of Stale for Porclgn Af
fairs, Issued a telled warning In Turkey
yesterday In his declaration In the House i
of Commons that neither Turkey tmr I
.h llolL- .v...lllr ..unlit ti. Intel. ,i..t
llm fnrliei.riniee .if flip Pntvers Hllrlni- i
the lust few months as a promise that
Intervention would not be resorted to
If any one of the Powers Is convinced i
that It Is necessary. He declared that '
the Powers nre now at a point of
agreement wheie no Uc.Mlon can be
raised as to their conceit.
Sir Ldtvard explained the agreement
ns to Albania and the .Kgean Islands i
by saying that an International com
mission would set up an autonomous
State in Albania under a prince chosen
by the Powers. The Towers have agreed
that none of the Islands In the .Kgean
shall be retained by them. The Islands
now In Italy's hands will be distributed
by the Powera after the treaty of Turkey
with Italy has been carried out.
Sir Edward also averred that If Turkey
does not accept the advice of the Powers
with respect to Thrace and the fortress
of Adrlanople pressure will be brought to
bear upon her, either through the with
drawal of financial supputt or by In
tervention. The war correspondent of the )nij;
Telegraph, telegraphing from Bucharest,
says that Russia has promised Uulgarla
to obtain the evacuation of Adrlanople by
the Turks and the retrocession of the
port of Kavala by Oreece.
GERMANY MAY SEND EXHIBIT.
II err llallln'a Arguments HeaiardltiK
Frisco Show Have RftVrt.
Special Cable tetpalck to Tin: So
Berlin, Aug. 12. There are signs that
Germany is beginning to abandon Its at
titude of Indifference to the Panama-Pacific
The arguments used by Heir nallln,
chairman of the board of directors of the
Hamburg-American Line, In fator of par
ticipation seem to have influenced a large
aection of the country ami now mo -ueu-
tral Union of German Men-Hants." repre-
sentlng the great staple Industries of the
empire, have published an appeal from
Germans In the United Stales saying that
Germany's honor Is at stake in the mat
ter and calling for participation.
The Frankfurter Xctlunti argues to-day
that It Is politically and economically
necessary that Germany be represented.
It adds that the Inhabitants of the west
coast of South America will Judge from
the exhibits shown nt San Francisco In
1915 the capacity or the various intiusmni
countries of the world,
MAKES 813 MILE FLIGHT.
Fisrncb Avlalor Seauln Gaies Frnm
Blarrlta to Hreroeu.
Special Cable Dcipatch to Tits Siv.
Riikmkv. Aiic 12. The French aviator
Heguln. competing for lliu Henr-annuni
Pomma-ry cup, which goes to the aviator
mnklna- the longest flight acrosa country
between sunrise nnd sunset, stopping ns
often na ho likes to replenish fuel, Innded
here to-day after a continuous flight from
Klarrllz. a instance, or l- miles.
The record no far la the flight of Marcel
Hrlndejdnc dna Moullnuls from Johnnnls
thai to Warsaw, a diatance of about 900
BRAZIL FLANS TO RETRENCH-
Hednelloaa lu Deparlmenlal Radarta
Ordered hy Prealdenl.
Special Cable Dupctth to Tna Svn.
Rio pk Janwp.0, Aug. 12, After a con
ference to-day between President Fonseca
and Or. do Sallei, the Finance Minister,
It waa decided to make large reductions
In the departmental budgets with a view
in aettlement of the financial crisis, and
alio that no treh loam will fee timed Al
NEW CLUE TO MURDER
AT SPUYTEN DUYVIL
lint DcCOI'Hted Wltll I.OSCS .Mil V.
Aid in Discovery of Vic
AITOI'SV FAILS TO
li i. ni...uj,.i.... t'j..,l ri. ;
toroncrs IMiysician I him 'Hint
Ouslicil Skull Caused
The nutopsy begun yesterday by Corn
ner's Physician Weston shows Hint the
murderer of the tunny woman tthose body
ttas found near Spuylen Duyvll Sund'iy
niillll killed tier bv ciuslilln? her skull with
'some he.ivy Implement and then started
to cut up her body to better dispose of It.
Dr. Weston criticised the police ror tvnsi
lie called their unwarrantable delay In
getting thn body to the morgue at thn foot
of Knst Twenty-sUth street, where autop
sies are performed. He said that per
mission for Its removal from the woods
wns given when tho first notification of
the murder reached the Coroner's office
at 4 o'clock Monday morjilng. about six
hours nfler the body was found. Had the
body been brought to the morgue that
morning, Or. Weston said. It could have
been determined whether the womin
died as a result of blows over the head or
from Ihe cutting of her throat, the latter
being the theory on which the police have
been working. As it was, another twenty
fours hours passed before the autopsy was
Xnt Certain nf Weapon.
Dr. Weston found two separate fractures
if th" skull, which may have been mvle
by the shoemaker's Iron last found near ;
m oouy. or migm nuve oeeii iiui.u- o,
piece of Iron pipe or other similar Imple-
tnent TliPre were twenty-flte small knife
wounds about the face and head, these
bring In addition to Ihe attempt that had
b"Pti made to sever the head from the body
after dpalh. The autopsy will be completed
this morning, but no material changn in
the results are expected
Karly yesterday afternoon Detective ! capsizing, self-righting" aeioiilune, the In
Mcdrath found many pieces of ,pater. vcnllon of Inline, an Kngllshmnn, left
apparentlf Ihe parts of one or more "letters. ! Boulogne nt J o'clock this morning and
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under a rotten loir v., reel from tne p ace
when1 111" body was found. The pieces of
paper contained uor.ts in Kngllsti and also
In some Slavic tongue. These arc now
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i being pieced together by detectives. They
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had not been expose.! 'he weather very
long, although partially rain soaked.
.Mcdrath also found a woman's hat which
probably belonged to the victim. The hat
was of a black gaiirellke material, trimmed
with a piece of black ribbon and two roses,
one pink and one white.
I lie hat will be shown lo Mary Ltkas and
Kalherine l.itousky, who looked nt the
body in the Harlem morgue Monday night
and said that it resembled a young woman
named Annie thopeck, but were not posi
lite In the identification. The detectives
hate not been able to find Annie Chopeck
or her employer. '
Look for "Other Woman."
Mining Hip Iheorlps upon which the
lirlectltes worked yesterday was one that
!'" rnurdcrpd wonnn was thp wifp of a
man living in hip nrtgiiDornooo oi npuyien
iiJUt-tii. i np coupie nan uuarreieu uirc-
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"Z Z w fp S. -id to have had her hn.".
band arrested for non-support. Nothing
definite was found yesterday lo support
1 1 i theory, howetpr
lr Weston suggested that Ihe woman
mat- have been killed somewhere near by
ami then her body dragged to the woods,
h In re Ihe eflorl was made al ilismeinber-
J iiient Ihe drtistitc-, however, nnslder
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l"' sililKKli-ill l lie mii c n in l c i hi-" nn-
Other Hues wliiili are being followed
but whiili so far have bioilght no definite
re-mis aie ine ucscripnoii n .ihmii ...
gerald. who lives on -.isih street near the
1 1 a 1 1 nn Itlver, of a man whom he sas he
saw iiunrrrling with a woman on the street
and finally walking off toward Ihe plai e
wlide Ihe body was found and the posi
blllty that the murdrr'may have had some
ounce! inn with rix'ent gang tights. The
latter theory, however, has received little
i reilencc from the detect It e.
BRITISH CORPS RESCUED.
Urn Were Ambushed !' -J.IMIO Iter,
tlahes In Somnlllnnd.
Apbv. Aug, 12. A llting column sent
from here rescued what was left of the
camel corps which had been ambushed
by 2,n0(i dervishes nenr lliiran, In Somali-
The rciKirt to Commander Hyatt of the
Ililtlsh forces ;i:' that one Hritlsh nf-
H,,nr iviia bllleil i. ii.l lirte in slvtv native
Indian troops were killed or wounded In
The commander is of opinion that the'
tilbesmen are rising and thai fuither
ti-.iiil.l.. nv.v lie ..Muinlnl ni-.iliii.l .,
TAKES POISON BY MISTAKE.
i:s-l'realrienl of Itiisslan lliim.-i
Tboimht II Wns tledlclnc.
Special Cable if.o,Kr. lu Till' Si
s!t 1 ll'i'tali..ii Voir I
IlOllllHHOII Ol 1111' I'Ulllil, lllll' HI fill' IC.I1I-
ers In the moveiiicnl for olltlc:il reforms
in Hussln, swa I lotted lilchlnride of moicuiy
by mistake I . - 1 ; 1 . thinking It was
medicine. He (s In a serious londltlou.
ARRESTED IN COURT ROOM.
Charged Willi Tr.tlna In steal
llrfpreniliiiii Petition nn Tax I.Htts.
Ci.kvi:i.ani. Ohio, Aug, 12. I. D Car
gould of Akiou wns urri'sted this morn
ing III Justice Calvert's a-ourt on the
ihurgii of attempting to rob the Ohio
Kuulty Association's offices. Cargould
wus one of u crowd In the court room
when C C Meeklsnn of Napoleon,
HUdltor of Henry county, tvns arralgneal.
Immediately nfler his arrant baith Car
gould and Meeklsou, on advice of their
attorney, xvniveil eKaniinatloti anal wero
liclal for the (iranil Jury inulei- J5.D00 bail.
The bonds weio furnished nt once by h
They are aa-a-used of attempting tb
break Into Hie Kqulty nlllees to steal nnd
alestroy petltloua calling for a referen
dum on tax laws passed by the lust Legls.
THIEVES NEAR ROCKEFELLER'S,
by lilrl From llimsr
TAUHVTiitVN, Aug. 12, The home of
Vorluea Conoter on John D. Unrkefellei-'H
estate and within a few hunilrcil tt'ft
of the Rockefeller mansion, was enteival
ley hurglul'H early to-alay, They xvere.
frlghleiied off before they could get nway
with Iheli- booty.
They uaed a skeleton key In the front
door. They wero heard nt xvork by Cono
ver's daughter. She screamed and the
men escaped through the bathroom win
.Wlnlbrnp Chanlrr luiprnvlna.
HurrAlX). Aug. 12. The condition of
Wlnthron Chanlcr. who haa been critically
III, continues to Improve, acrordlng tn a
atatement to-night by hl physician. Dr,
TO STUDY GERMAN CITIES.
W, A. Prendrruast l.ealn Pari In
Search of Ideal.
I uptciai canit iiftpaicn 10 in. ars.
I.0NI10N. Aug. 12. W. A. PrendergHsl.
! the fusion nominee for Comptroller of
this afternoon In the net of hnndlng
money over to Jon neages. uepuDiican
cniidldntn for (lovernor of New York nt
tho lust election. Mr. Prendergast had
imp of the usual traveller's nccldcnts with
n letter of credit mid was compelled to
iHirnow from Mr. Hedges on his arrival
Mr. Prendergast left this pvenlnr for
Lucerne, lie Intends to visit Nuremburg.
I lircsden, Munich. Ilerlln nnd Hamburg.
Ills trip Is chiefly for rest, he said, out
lie means o study the municipal nrrnnge-
r Hn tno.e CtM i Bearch of
I Ideas which might be adopted by New
"German municipal government Is
famous." he said, "but not nil successful
Institutions mn be transplanted to New
Vork because the conditions are so
different. Tlint's why I wnnt to study
them op the spot."
When nsked about the Mayoralty cam
paign In New York he refused to commit
'himself, silting he was too far from the
scene to discuss It, but It seems to him ,
Major ilatnor has a chance lo get tne
BARCELONA STRIKE WORSE.
Clashes Between Men and Troops
Women Take Part.
Special Cable llupalch lo Thk Sou.
Habcki.oma, Aug. 12. The situation
resulting from the strike here, which was
believed to have been practically settled,
has become worse to-day. (inly one
thousand workers have returned to the
factories nnd 22,000 are still out. There
were many clashes between the strikers
nnd the troops to-day, the workers hurl
ing stones nt the soldiers, who charged
repeatedly. Hundreds of women took
part in the fighting.
It Is feared that the railroad employees
will dtelarc a strike to-night, nnd tho
(loverntnent Is taking precautions with u
view to preventing disturbances If the
strike spreads Into other provinces, which
Is believed probable.
FLIES TO PARIS IN NEW AERO.
'reneh ATlatar Vralaaa "XoncapsU
Inc Srlf-rlBhllnu" Machine.
Special Cable f)e,'palch lo Ths So.
Paiiis, Aug. 12. Major Kellx, the
Krench army aviator who made a flight
across the Channel csterday in a "pon
again at 10 and reached Versailles. He
was drlaped by bad weather, hut resumed
bis trip at S this afternoon and arrived
at Vlllacoublay at 7 :1S.
Mujor Kellx Is enthusiastic In his praise,
of the machine for Its stability.
FERDINAND TO KEEP THRONE.
Ilepnrt That llr Woald Abdicate
Special Cable fieipatrh lo Tna St.v
fjiNiwN. Aug. 12. The report of the
approaching abdication of King Ferdinand
r.t 11,, eta lu nllthnrltatlvpU llellleit In
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London. It Is declared that he Is the
liist man likely to do such a thing,
besides which the Bulgarian nntlon. apart
from Its personal liking for the ruler. Is
convinced that it has nothing to gain and
much to lose by his abdication.
COST OF tflVING IS HIGHER.
Increase nf to Per Cent. In Seven
Yrara In Knalanri.
Special (able Heepaleb lo Tns Siv
London, Aur 12, The detailed (Intern
ment report on the cost of llting among
the nrltls.li win King class shonti that there
lias been an average Inciease In the lat
seteir .tears of 10 per cent. In the rnt of
fuel, food and clothing taken together.
The rale of wage" lias also Increased, but
not nearly i nough to balance the Increase
In the cost of llvln-.
(lieat differences In the Itemi and the
arcieKate.are nvt with In different parts
of the country.
C0NN0LLY ACCUSED OF PERJURY
Witness gnlnal .loatlce Cnhalan
s)a I hnrar la Tramped Up."
John A Connollj, the accuser of flu
Justice Daniel F. Cohatan,
was defendant In the Tombs police court sula which adjoins Colombia
yesteiday on a chatge of perjury made Tennant, whose oflirlal status Is that of
against him by Mrs. Minnie C. Saywaid Secretary of the Legation, is likely lo re
of t;5 West 114th street. He pleaded not main in charge at Caracas for some lime.
gulll.t. waived cxuniuatlnn and furnished
I the ll.ii'in ball In which Magistrate Har
!inw neiu mm ior ine uninu .iiii j.
William Hand of the law firm nf
Jerome. Hand nnd Kresel nbjalncd the
! warrant for Cnnnnllt's nrrest. William
Travels Jerome, the senior member of the
film, appeari d for Justice Cohalan before
Ihe Joint legislative committee which
heard Connollt's chaises.
Mr. Connolly characterlied the' present
charge against him as hating been "ab
solutely ttumpid up" against Inn by "the
In her allidat It Mrs. Say ward alleges
itju'. cnn'imncn us. mi...
'on March , 1!12. She was suing Con-
nolly lu the Ninth District Municipal
loun in recover money wiiicu sue ,a,
1 sIlC llllll lent tO hllll In ISIO. She Said
money which she said
"II1C .llllUlllll I'I 111." 1 11.1 I I 11113 f I I . Il'l
I which Connolly had glten her thiee
i prmulssory notes. He since had paid
j $2.1.33 on the notes, she said, nnd she stu d
I for the balance, ronnolly, Hie ntndatil
continued, swine lo an answer niimiiiiug
giving the notes, hut denying having re
celved any cnnkldcratlon for them. It Is
In this last statement that she says Con
nolly perjuicd hlmsilf
The waintnt was eitcd op Connolly
jciterda.t as he tva leaving Ills apart
ment at 2.M West Nlnely-llist street
UNION BREAD FOR THE ISLAND.
Orgnnld-d Bnker Wish In Presrrlhe
Their l.nnxea fnr Prisoners,
The organUers of the bakers' unions In
this city, having fnr Ihe time neatly ex
hausted their resources In the way of new
moves to keep the union Idea alive, lilt
on the expedient t esterday of starting an
agitation for the supplying of union label
bread to Ihe prisoners on lllacknell's
II, Kncli, local organizer of the
Journeymen Makers and Confut mu-iy
xvoi-iieis iniernaiiouai i nioii, Belli a ru
apicst yesterday lo Mrnest lloliin. secre
tary of the Central Federated Union, to
be forwarded to the proper authorities
after II has received a C, F. U Indorse
ment, that none but union made bread be
supplied lo the prisoners,
TRAINS CRASH, 43 ARE INJURED.
Three DIiib After Collision of Cir
rus and PaaarnKer Cars,
Omaha, Neb., Aug. 12. Forty-three
people were Injured In a collision near
Itlchllclil. Neb., to-day when an extra
I rnln un the Rock Island Railroad ran
Into the rear end of the first section of
the Harnuin & llnllry circus train. Throe
of lh Injured will probably die.
GEN. JONES'S END IS NEAR.
Dorlora Say llr Mail Give II the
I'lBhl In Fevr lloura More,
HiNUHAVlTONf Aug. 12, A bulletin la
sued late, to-night by the physician!
attending Gen, Edward F, Jottea Indicate
that the end la near,
"It la now only a matter of houra
beforo thn old general will be forced to
rcllmiulah the flfht," declared Sr. W. ft
CASTRO A PUZZLE TO
No Offidnl AcCOIIIlt of II IS
Officfnl Account of
Movements for pHst
hsil'lipnttVIt ffn UK AT ('flltO.'
' 1 iu 1
Itcuorts From Consuls Tndiciife
Tlint End of Bevolu- '
tion Is Near.
WnsitisoTos", Aug. 12. Again Ihe ques
tion "Where Is Casfro?" Is harassing the
Stale Department. It was learned to-day
tlint the Pnlted States Government has
nn direct information that Castro really
Is In Venezuela leading the revolution
against the Gomez Administration. Castro,
it had been reported, landed at Venezuela
to take charge nf the rnvol utlon and a proc
lamation was Issued soon after purporting
to come from him cal ling on the people of
the country to rally behind the veteran
revolutionists against the "tyrannous"
It developer) to-day. how ever, that all
the Information the State Department has
received from Vene.uela in regard to the
landing of Castro, ss well as to the actions
which could be directly attributed to him,
has been of an unofficial character and
that, as far as uRIclal reports are ronrerned,
it has no account of his movements for
the past two weeks.
Castro Is supposed to be at foros, on
the west coast of Venemeln, which Is the
most important place now In the possession
of the revolutionists. Coros is out of tele
graphic communication with the rest of
Venezuela and has no connection with
the cable which runs along the Rout h Ameri
can coast whereby to communicate with
the United States. The. revolutionists, as
soon as they seized the town.Vut the tele
graph w Ires.
The State Department knows that Castro
Is not in Venezuela unless he is in Cores
and officials here are waiting on develop
ments ns to whether he is there or the revo
lution wns inspired in his name without
.o Inqalrlra by Bryan.
A report was circulated to-day thai Sec
retary Hryan was in doubt as tn thp nhprp
ahouts of Castro and bellet-pd that Gen.
Torres Castro, a cousin of Cipriann and a
leader of the revolutionists, might have been
inasiiupraditig as hi kinsman. It was said
that Mr. Hryan had asked Consul Voetter
nt Caracas to find out if this was the case
Secretary Hryan denied that he had directed
Consul Voetter to make such inquiries
and indicated that he believed Cipriann
Castro was In Venezuela
The State Department to-day received
Its first Information from Venezuela since
the wires were cut there in the early days
of the revolution. The outbreak of th
revolution found the American legation
at Caracas In charge of a young clerk
Hichsrd Hlggs. ,Ir , tvbo was appointed to
the consular service only a year ago. Henry
C. Tennant. whom Secretary Bryan rushed
to Venezuela on board the cruiser Des
Moines to take charge of (he Legation,
reached there yesterday and Immediately
reported to the State Department.
Revolntlon arly 0r.
The ronstriirtlon which the Stste.Iieparl..
menl puts on the reports from Tennant
and Ihe iiiericnn Consuls in Venezuelan
cities who were heard from In-day Is thai
Ihe end of the revolution Is near Consul
Voetter nt Caracas reported that Ihe revo
lution In Ihe east had been paralyzed
by the capture of (len. Torres Castro, its
leader In tint section, and expressed the
opinion that Ihe prospect for peace in
other sections was almost equally good.
Vice-Consul l.eilner of Maracalbo re
ported the reestablishmenl of lelegraphit
i nmmuniration with all Venezuelan cities
etcept Cnios. i'achlra lie understood
to lie unlet, although impressments con
tinued. Revolutionists, he was Informed,
were In that portion of the (ioajlra renin
. The President bos nominated Pteston
McGoodwin, an Oklahoma editor, to be
Minister to Venezuela, but Ihe nomination
was held in tin- Senate Committee on For
eign Relatione because nf Mctinodwin's
alleged connection with President Tnft's
publicity campaign in inns, and it is incli
aled that Ihe Senate will refuse to con
linil.Ann tn Klabt Tnbert-nlnala.
The State Charities Aid Association
annonunced yesterday that gifts to aid
the campaign against tuberculosis totalled
I630.u0il. The Inrgrst contribution to
the fund was made by the late .Mrs.
j FJIr-nheth M. Newton of Fredonla. N. Y
who bequeathed $130,000 to found a bos.
pital In Chnutauipia county.
OF"" New -ybiLKs.
Lomii ind Discount, ....
U. S. Bnrsii to Mcut e Grculation
U. S. Boodi to lecure U. S, Deposit
Bonds, Saxuriort, etc. ....
Due (rem Bmkt . .
Cletnng Mouse , . . , .
UNION N. nitTHFL
Vict-Prn. Aaitncts TtJ. tad Til. Ca.
ViwPra. Wassrs Usia TaW.pt.
Praaifaei Bukara Teat Ca.
OTIS H. CUT LRU
Praj. A-ttncu Bnl Nim ,d FaraaT
HBNRY P. DAVISON
ZOHRTH 9. UBIMAN
SAMUEL I. FULLER
Beginning today and continuing tomorrow
a Sale of three garment
Saks Suits for Men
reduced from $25, $28, $30 & $35
J Our sale period is rapidly approaching its close, so. if .you
want to take advantage of it, wc suggest that you do it now.
There is no time like the present and there arc no clothes
like Saks clothes, sneaking of workmanship and of style, and
the individuality which is the result of both. The garments in
this sale embrace a full and fashionable range of fabrics and
colorings, in regulation and English models, half, quarter or
eighth lined. And at twenty dollars per suit they arc bargains'
in the true Wcbsterian sense. But make your selection now
or take the consequences of your delay.
MRS. LAIMBEER IS TAKER HOME.
Injured Woman Doesn't Kniin llns
hnml Mil Killed In Collision,
I.ONO Ukach, I.. I.. Aug. 1'.'. .Mrs.
William I.almhcer, survivor of the col
lision In which S. (ingood I'd I and her
huslMnd wctM killed, was taken to her
home In Hempstead to-day from the
Nhsk.iu Hotel, where she had been hlnce
As Mrs. I.altnbecr had tint been told of
her husband's death she waved her hand
kerchief cheerfully when she wan being
placed In the Automobile ambulance which
was to take her home. The guests left
their luncheon and crowded tho veranda
to say farewell.
11.. T . ... tu V 1 n. 1.....U .!. l,n. k...,
..... ,'iiVT "nVl. . i , ' I
dent, said yesterday that the news of .Mr.
Lalinbeer's death would be kept from the
wrfn until she was entirely nut of danger.
Dr, II. II. Rogers of Iing HeHcb, who j
was called to attend Mrs. lilmbecr Im- 1
mediately after the accident, said last ,
night that she would probably be a.
cripple but that the scars on her face i
It Is suld that Mrs, .1. Borden llarrl- .
man, who Is a friend of Mrs. Lalmbeer's, '
will take charge nf the household t I
Hempstead until Mrs. I.almhcer rccovcis. ;
MRS. S. N. BEEBE SCORES POINT.
Jnatlce Otrrrnles Demnrrera tn Her
Hpparatlnn and llamnue Act Inns.
Supreme Court Justice Seudder yester
day overruled demurrers tiled by Pi of.
Silas N Heebe. Dr. Johnston Karlcod and
Dr. Arthur W Jagger of Flushing, to ac:
tlons brought by Mrs. Ileebe. Dr. Reebe,
I w.no B .,rofessor at Cornell mixerslty,
asked to have Ills wife's suit for support
and separation dismissed, and Drs. l.ae-
leod and Jagger reitia-sted that her suit
against them for $e0.nno damages be ills,
missed. The allegation against thn
Flushing physicians Is that they conspired
lo have Mrs. Htebe committed to an
In his decision. Justice S,-udder savr
there Is hut one cause of action In tin
complaint, and that the other allega-
Hons made by .Mrs. Heche are pertinent
10 ...... .. .. s .
Justice Sc-udder holds that Mrs Heehe s
prayer for greater relief than that to
which she may be entitled iloe.t not make I
licr complaint demurrable.
PASTOR LEADS 100 OBJECTORS.
Ynnker I'nuiirll Hear I'rnteat
AKalnst dfwer sl.(srPInK Plant.
Yonki.ru. N. Y.. Aug. 12. The Hev.
Ulchard Urninnd Hughes, pastor of St. I
Denis's Catholic Church, led a detcga-
tion. of 100 residents nf the southern
end of the city who appeared before a
special meeting of the Common Council
this afternoon tn protest against the
erection of a screening and sedimenta
tion plant for The ltronx Valley sewer
In the Lincoln Park section. A score of
women were among the protestants.
Father Hughes's handsome new church
Is not fnr from the site selected nnd lie
has been nctlvely lighting the protest for
Father Hughes urged the council to
exert Its Influence upon the llronx Val
ley Sewer Commission to have the plant
latcated elsewhere. Other spa-nkers wero
.1. Julian Hall, Winter Russell of New
York anal Joseph S, Wood of Mount
Justice Mills is expected to hand down
a decision this wa-ek on the application of
Mrs. Marie S. Halllgan of Yonkers for
a permanent Injunction against erect
ing the plnnt In Lincoln Tark.
Capital Stock . . . $1,000,000.00
Surplui and Uadivided
Crculatiaia . . .
Reserve for Tie . ,
THOM.S A. GI1.I.FSPIF.
Pra-adag TVT.A. Gulans, Cat.
FRANCIS 1. HINK
raaadrat Fint Nstwaal Bui, New Vurk
HOWARD R. IXKM1S
Vic-rW Dal.. Uck.. tad Wm. R.R. Co.
ARTHUR P. L.UK8
HOWARD W. MAXWBLI.
Vtet-Ptaa. Ada. Poidtid Omh Ca.
Co. AMBKOSB MONKI.L
rnaaM IsiarMimMi piictrl sx.
dDWARD 8. MOORE
VrN-IWCi.,Rixk kltod aPac.Rr.Co.
VaPraadaat Bsaken Jrm Ca.
MERCANTILE ACCOUNTS INVHTED
GIRL SAYS DI6GS WAS
TO WED HER IN RENO
.Miir.slui Wnrrhiirtoii Tells of In
tlmiilntioii 'I' h ji I Led tn
htN I'Rtvrisi ii, ue. IS Mar'h.i' War
riliglon testified in Ihe I lilted St lie lli-trii t
11"'l- l".lH 1
Conr' lo.ihif In the trial of .Maury Diggs for
violation of ll,n while slave law
'"' "f l"'r "M ""1'iain'nnce and
friendship with Hugs mnl or intimidation
'' hicli, she swore. Iln foiuier Stat..
urchin I nnd his chum unim iti induce I
l",r '"'d l.oln S'orris lo elope with them to
l!r'i" on March in
When s-tstant Mtoni'-f-llener ii I'.nch"
sought to draw from her I ho detail of the
occup.inc.t of tie' I'uiltn.iti drawing tooni by
the two couples she faltered, but Mr. lto''li
was considerate anil Miss Warrington was
not compelled tnalav lo testify lo detain
of her intimacy with Dies. After It was
over and iniiri had adjourned sh" almost
She told of knowing Maury Inggs for
seteral weeks lietore the lleno elopement
of friendlvjrcl.ilious iieeii her i lnini, lil.i
Norris mid Diggs's chum. Drew Camiiietti;
of how for Iwo weeks belore Ihe elopement
)l;;s and Camiiietti coated her and Miss
Norris to e,ne the Mate with tlient: of
f !"":'.. 'TV"1".' 1" ,'iu,rr,,1 ,li'' ",r", 1,1 "'I''
I'.lii'illi II I. null i'i ii s,inii,i- iiiisi. inline
bv -amlneti to Miss Norris
The tt linens insisted she and her chum at
flr-i refused to ncitiicscc n hii eoinmen'
and told how Ditfgs anil (.itniiiclli enticed
her and Miss Norris into running away with
them, using as a Inh the statement that
Mrs Diggs and Mrs. famlnetii were pre
paring to swear out warrants for tb" girls'
arr-st and their prosecution In the utene
1 conn nt xierimentn.
I she said that the dav belore the utiar
tet ei igg intimidated her into the
i jourti.-v by telling her a Sa. ranicnio news
paper v.s about to publish a sensational
"lory unarming her relations with Dlck-s
Hl ,,a, ( N,,rrs mid I aniinettt
sll n,.n,v ,.. ...... ..,, heliete.! all
thn stories told by Diggs relalite to an
I Impeniling tsV.Ki) scandal ami the run
j si'iiuenl disgruca'. She said she a nnsenteil
' Anally lo lake the trip on thai promise that
Diggs would marry her sawn in Reno,
Camiiietti won over Miss Norris by similar
methods, life witness huld. He told Miss
Norris that ho was having trouble with bis
wife nnd that he Intended to dlvorin her
and marry Miss Norris.
other wittii'Snos to-day wero hand
I writing expert Theodore Kytka, who
Iilentifled th" hanilw riling on the register
at th.- t,. hota-l; Chief of Polla e HlllhoilSH
of He no, who (old of the arrest of thai
elopers, and Constnblo Read of Reno, whu
liniignian's Bullet lllta Wnoiaa. .
Mrs. Florence while standing in fiont
of her liomai. 2n.r.ti First avenue, laut
night was struck on the left knee by a
Mray bullet, one of thirty tired by twelvo
gnngmen who were fighting among them
selves. She was removed tn tho Harlem
tinrrlaon Hnnraa w Rrarrrr,
Missoula, Mon., Aug. 12. Secretary
of War Garrison last night asked Mon
tana to Interest herself lu tho proposed
nrmy reserve composed of citizens en
listed for short terms. He was spa-aklug
nt n banquet tenilcri'd to him and Gen.
Leonard Wooal by the Missoula Chamber,
DANIEL G. RRID
CUinun Botrd Dirtdaai. Rack itlaad 5rg
Via-Prfaidral ud CuU
CHARLES Ii. SAB1N
Vtct-Piaaidaal Cutnaty Trial Ca
CHARI.B8 H. STOUT
NtwYtrk ' "
HENRY C. TINKER .
CHARLES II. WARREN
Traauum Matual lit iBaress- Ca,
ALBERT II. WICC1N
' PnaisUai CktM Nabootl Btik
' ie Mr Cnrnegle.