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VOL. LXXX.-NO. 361.
NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1913. coPVn0M, ms, op m sun rnnung nd mHteMng a.. o nation
REPLY ON WAY
Ltnd's Dt'paituiv for Vera
( rule ta His Last
DELAY IS AT AN END I
(iambon Hints Hi Expect
Mr. Wilson to Rend
JIl'ERTA TO Qt'IT, is RUMOR
.Vera Cruz Hoars Tlint Trevino
Is Returning to Take
Sperint fmble Jtespntehef to Tnr. Sis.
Mrxtc-o Citt. Aug. i!K. John 1.1ml
n-eclal envoy of President Wilson, lift ,
here this morning. Before he left the
Mexican Government drew up another j
note addressed to him. Senor Kederl. i
UambOS, Minister of Foreign Affairs, !
s.nd the note will be forwarded to Vera 1
i rtts to-night, where it Will be delivered
In Line). He refused to toll the contents
i f the note.
When asked If Kind intended to Mum ;
tn Mexico city Henor 1 Iambi m said:
"I do not know; but If he returns Wl
shall receive him with every courtesy
See o llrasna for Alarm.
-There nas neen eonMaoraole excite
tnent." s.iid Senor ilamlioa
Mr. Kind's mission and the contents .if
I'.e notes which have be n exchanged be
tween the two Govornmeiita, but uii to the
pieeent moment there has boon no reason
: or any alarm. Mexico lias from the start
endeavored to observe a conciliatory at-
titUde, maintaining at the same time the :
dignity of the nation. 1
"When the Proaldenl of rhe United
States believes It opportune to submit to
Congress u report on the stutus of the
egOUatlOm Mexico Will te relieved of the
Tacit understanding which is imposed by
practice In affairs of this sort that detail!
of negotiations of this importance should
riot be published prematurely. Then, and
only then, will Mexico make haste to com
municate to the people In their entirety
lite collection of document! In the case UP
10 that date.
"The situation Is fur from being hope
legg; It can only he called s.rious and
11 is therefore iniperatH" that public
opinion continue as it has done so far to
be discreet and cautious since this Is the
best wa to give powerful aid to the
mer leu us Want to May.
The departUrs of Mr. Llltd is the only
subject of discussion among Americana
here. The general opinion anion,: them
seems to he; "The American Govern
ment be hanged, we w ill not get out. We
have our business obligations to attend
to, our contracts to
BMTy out and our
It cannot be possi-
properties to protect.
ble that the American Congress will stand
-for ouch a proposition as this."
Further expressions of protest against
the mediation plan submitted by the
t'nlted States Government are frequently
heard amcuig Americans here.
lovernnient officials feel that the em
bargo on shipments of firearms across
tbO frontier for all parties alike would be
the next best thing to recognition, as
flen. Huerta gets his munitions from Eu-,
rope, while the rebels get theirs from the ,
Cnlted States with the exception of a few 1
small shipments from Canada. 1
President Huerta has Insisted upon '
Llnd using the Presidential car on his t
Journey to Vera Crux, and Mrs. Llnd In-
vlted friends to accompany them. Through '
some fault of an employee the car wae
not there and Llnd went on the regular
Paul Lefalvre, the French Minister, de-
Hies receiving a cable from the French
Government Instructing him to make rep-
lesentatlons to the Mexican Government
upholding the attitude of the United
States. He said he had received onlv the
same Instructions as other legation! nOM
.got regarding the Mexican situation.
lefalvre was plainly exasperated at the i
ruhllcation of the announcement regard
ing the stand of the French Government.
Rig Demonstration Ordered.
Secretary of the Interior I'rrutla has
sent a circular to all tlovernors of States
.md the Jcfe poll tiros of the Territories of
Quintan lloo, LoWOf California and Teple
ordering them to prepare colossal military
demonstrations fur Independence Day,
riepicrnner in, ah aoie ouuicu num who
out distinction In ull cities of the rcpu'."..-
will be obliged to participate.
The Government will Immediately send
military Instructors and arms to the Statu
authorities. The Governors and Jefes
politico! will be required to send to the
Federal Government a list of all Indl-;
viduals particiiatlng III the parades so .is
M have an Idea of the number of men
.... - .
iiva all e for m 1 lat-v service.
Vera Crux, Aug. 26. John Llnd. Pies
I lent Wilson's special envoy, and Mrs.
Llnd arrived here to-night frqm Mexico
city. They were met at the station by
Rear Admiral Fletcher, commander of
the American squadron in Mexican
Mr. Llnd refused absolutely to discuss
the success or failure of his mission. He
Is stopping at tho Terminal Hotel, where
be will remain over night, and early to
morrow morning will hold a consultation
by wireless with Washington from the
The general impression here Is that
(ion. Trevlno'a sudden return to Mexico
t the request of Gen. Huerta signifies
that the provisional President will resign
Mini will take the Held against the rebels.
The nomination of Gen. Trevlno ould be
SW aliased on Third ,
TO LOOK UP ELLIS ISLAND food.1
lniritl(ilr Will Find Oat
Win Immigrants Km.
Vahinoton. 2. Secretary wii-
son appointed to.dny n special board of
Inquiry li Investigate conditions at Kills
Island aa the result of complaints made
tn the Department of Labor concerning
i the food aupplled to Immigrant. This
luinril l . . .1 . I in . . Haul '
' i" uinuc ui iii itirnai'i n. iaioi.
Immigrant IiiNpector, of thla city ; James
I Hughes, Assist a nt Commissioner of i
Immigration nt Philadelphia, and I'. I.. I
ITBOlISS, Immigration Inspector at Chi- j
The contractors who furnish fund to I
Immigrants had their contract renewed ,
recently and Department Offlolala think it
itranga arter tht aatne po moist had the j
COntlMta for four years that complaints j
should crop out now. Hut. It Is said, to !
j lie on the safe side the Investigation was
The Kills Island Immigration, station J
for ten or fifteen years has hem eon-
snlered the Ideal one of the service, and I
Immigration officials believe that some of I
the professional organisations which have j
designated themselves as guaiilians and
sponsors for Incoming Immigrant! ami as i
advisory bodies tot the Department itself i
are reaponalble for the complaints.
I..I1KK m km nr. UuK
UVJJU IV U1HUUUJJJJ11 u
AID; IS CAUGHT TOO
Woman on Liner II ml Hidden
Jewel ry Father-in-law A d -mlts
I manufacturer of 1
Mori t.i, berman,
bed splines in Chicago, returned yestcr
with w,r" trom viu '' Germany
by the North li. rmari ttloyd ln. r Itholn. ,
with a hale of goods which Interested '
acttl Deputy Burveyor Isaac Harris
lie asked that the bale be opened, and
Then, of course. It was opened. Inside j
were found two Russian sabls skins, from :
'which Mrs. I.lebcrman OXpectod to make ,
slicks. A search of Mrs. I.leberman's
clothing brought forth two stiver cake
servers and two silver cigarette holders,
Mrs. Lleberman transferred the cigarette
holders from her stocking to the InSldO I
of ati Umbrella on the sly, nut she was
observed by an Inspector. She also had
under a glove a new diamond ring. All
the articles wen seized and the ,icnrr
mans were taken to the Custom House
to explain tq Burveyor Henry. They will
coittinue the explanation today.
Mrs. Morris Itabinovltch of "31 South
. ..1 .1 ... .
Fourth tre,t. Philadelphia, also Rt nto
for bringing in undeclared dull
able things by the Itheln. She had sewed
to her underclothing a lot of handmade
lace, and had concealed in her dress a
cornl necklace, a man's gold watch, a ruby
hs.r pin and ! bracelet watch.
She was selmBWfltnrTv her mother
in law. Mrs Hetijamln ltr. ier of 1!2S
North ThrC. -second street, Philadelphia.
Mr Breler nu t her at the pier and, with j
his o.ing son. went with her to the ( us-
torn House to belli her face Special ,
Deputy Surveyor OeorgO J Smyth. j
Itreler and his son Waited in the ante
room while the examination of Mrs,
Itabinovltch was going on. Later Hreler
was called, in and asked what he had
done wilh a gold watch that he bought "
abroad in November and which he had
not declared when in- landed here
The customs sleuths on the other side
had a record of Hreier's purchase, but
the sleuths on this side were unable to
find it when he brought it in. The hoy
waa galled before Mr. Smyth Father
and son Anally admitted that the watch
was then in the pocROt of the son. Flu
gave it up tearfully. His father bait
presented It to him us a Christmas clft
Mrs. Rablnovltch ami Breler win
undergo more examination to-. lav
LONDON MAY HAVE BIO STRIKE.
00,000 Men Involved In Bulldloa
Trades' l.alior Trouble,
tptdtl foftfi fUsgglrll 10 TBI gc.
London', Aug. The eleotrlciaiis of
the Oovemment'1 Department of Works
wrm on strike to-day bOCSUSS of tin
employment of non-union painter! at the
Admiralty and their a.-ilon threatens now
to extend In many direction! and may
end In a general strike of th! building
trades which would involve 100,000 men.
The decorating work on the Admiralty,
lbs War Uftlce, the Premiers roStdonoo
and other Government bulldlnus has al-
' ready slopped and the fountains at Trg'
,UrO and the Queen Victoria
Memorial are not Working. 1 he work of
' "utUnK tvun " '"f iam '
I0 ha "'" hs y.H been affw-t.-d. Mil it Is,
T?Ma , T Lohad
,Uif. 1 . '"'!'." .? !','... '
H I'ltl illlB it I m i n '"o'""ii
. .. ,, Kill, ,, ,,... ,lf i,ona,,n. went with
out bread for several hours lo-uay oecause
'of the strike of the electricians, and It
! was not until Fail BeaUOhamp, First
Commissioner of Works, appealed lo tile
strike leaders that the engineers con
sented in heat tin- ovens so SI to supply
bread to the veterans. The culinary ae
partments of all the civil service Institu
Hons were placed in a similar plight.
KAISER ADMIRES NEW OEM
llrllodorr'' Chaiiars Its Color la
KprHal rahlt Pssasfea lo Tns Sen.
BlXblH, Auk. 2li llelloilore
gem w in. ii was receniiy
,n Herman African colonies, will be the
VKI4C among fashionable people, beoaUSS
the Kaiser has Just expressed Ills admlra
tlon for It. The now gem resembles Iho
ll......l,. .....1 lu U.ir 1.. II. .. I.
iwsiiuii. riih c-. ., .,,,.
I changes Its color from golden yellow In
the daylight to green in artlticial light
Bmporor William was .to struck with
,fte beauty of this gem that he ordered
seven stones set with pearls and dia
monds in the form of n cross as a gflt
for the Kaiserln. The latter, who shares
the Kmperor's admiration for the gem,
ordered a hellodore ring for her husband.
THIRD TICKET TN ALBANY.
Progrrsslvra Name William X. I.odga
A.i.san t, Aug. 20. The Plug less Ives
nominated William S. Lodge, a merchant,
for Muyor tu-nlght. The Republican desig
nations Included Joseph W. Stevens for
Mayor and Jinn It. Watt for President
of the Common i?M'ncli.
The Republicans designated Robert W.
Scott as candidate for Police Justice lo
run against Judge John J. Urady, Dcinu-orat
CUT 7UD UADDC UAD
DULZiDiv iiuruo run
AID FROM STILWELL
(on vit t I'd Briber HoWlinp Out
for a Pardon, Is the Re
port in Albany.
WIRES TO LEGISLATORS
Additional Articles of Impeach
ment May Come This
Albant. Aug. 2S. Telegrams were sent
to-day to all Senators and Assemblymen
to be on hand promptly when the legis
lature reconvenes to-morrow night.
If additional articles of Impeachment
against Oov. Sulser are to be presented
so as not to delay the work of the court
of lhpeachment when It meets (September
1 1 they must be adopted by the As
sembly this week so that twenty days no
tice to (Inv. Stilzer will elapse before
the convening of the court.
The preen nee of John a. Usnnsssy, Gov,
Builer'l political manager, at Sing Sing
prison yesterday recalls the fact that
Warden Clancy of sing sing was ap
pointed through 1 low Suiter's influence
Oil Mr. Henneaay'a advice. The an- j
nounccinciit that Mr. Mennessy hml u long;
talk with ex-Senator Stephen J. Slllwell 1
brought out the further fact that Judge
Lynn J. Arnold motored to Sing Sing
prison from Albany one night last week1
and lost his way and did not reach the
prison until the early hours of the morn-
't Ul said that a Col. Amory of New
Vork city brought iov. Suiter a letter,
from bttlWoll saying that he could be of,
service to Bulsor in lighting the Impeach-
ment proceeding! if a pardon was forth-
coming tirst. Warden Clancy was noli. ;
tied from Albany that Judge Arnold
. ." . I
shot of the conference was that BtltWOll
ami told there would be no pardon until ,
after a confession and Stllwell Insisted
there would be no confession except fol- ,
(owing a pardon
Then followed Hennessy'a visit to Stll
well yesterday and some of Gov. Sutler's
friends declared to-night that there would Hutler branch of the West Pennsylvania
be "something doing'' with Stllwell. Kallroad one-half mile east of BUtl. r
Col. Joseph F. Scott, who was removed . Junction,
as State Superintendent of Prisons by ' The dead are J E Rowan of Bracken
Gov. Sulser. Is back In Albany with his j ridge, his wife their daughter, aged 1
r.,emer i.-eretarv John ii M.-ttowell Col i years I their son. aged 1 year, and Mrs
gcoM purposeB "to na out lht, ,,ouri.e of
one of the charaes which Uov. Sulser
whlsiiered to Col. Scott's friends, and
0oy Suller-. friends have been trying
to convince Col. Scott that Assemblyman
Aaron J. Levy was responsible for the
Both the acting and the impeached
Governor spent an uninteresting day
i from an official viewpoint.
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" . ...... ,. h o. h mi al lots
,,,)V Qlyntt. lie came to Albany from
hu fttm, near Shelburne, Vt. lie said
ne amuld not talk about his vl.it until
CHARGES GO TO WHITMAN.
Arnold Mara C ldei.ee Warrants In
dictment of Murphy aad Levy.
Lynn J, Amold, OOV, Suiter's news
paper a.his.r. expects to lay before Ils
trM Attorney Whitman this morning
evidence which Judge Arnold says "war
rants the indictment of Charles F
Murphy, Assemblyman Aaron J. Levy and
Senator James J. Prawley."
"Some persons," Judge Arnold said at
tie Union Leugue Club yesterday after,
noon, seem to think that I am blurting
When I say that we have evidence against
these men, hut the truth will appear soon.
The evidence Is In my possession and will
be given to the District Attorney. It must
be delivered into his own hands. For that
reason I havo stayed In the city and will
stay until he returns from Bretton
This was said .before Jurise Arnold
learned that Mr. Whitman was expected
back from New Hampshire last night
It wai said later at the Criminal Courts
Building that Mr. Arnold had an engage
ment to meet the District Attorney this
in.ii nlng, it is understood that tin- Bu!
ier publicist thinks that he has clinching
i-l.itions as to Mr. Frawley and Mr.
j javy to submit to tin- Qrand Jury, but
' not so sure about Mr. Murphy The at
haged complaint against Mr. Murphy is
I that he "o.derel " the Assembly to Im-
i ,.,. QOV, Sulx.-r in violation of 'the
DmrM Attorney Whitman had a long
"'lk ,U4f" A"""'
Arnold displayed all the "evidence" OS
had up to that time. It is understood that ; OI1j. tt hit over half way through his
Mr. Whitman saw nothing In It on which ; Journey, and he must be back at South
he would ask for an indictment. lampion nt 9:3n on Thursday morning in
Judge Arnold has other material to order lo win the Dstiy Ifotl prigs of
show lo Mr. Whitman to-day. Part of It tZa.OOO.
will be related to his charge that the Hawker ascended al lleadnell at t
impeuchment of Gin-. Sulser was decided
upon by Charles F. Murphy at a meeting
In Delinonlco's last May. Judge Arnold
will try to prove that Patrick K. Mc-
Cabs of Albany was "ordered" to Are the
tirst gun, and that Mr. McCabe did bo bv
1 springing his charge, since refuted, that
the Oovernor Wag Indicted tor perjury
Judge Arnold Denies.
Yesterday morning Judge Arnold.
, whose pursuit of Tammany leaders was
dlsolalmsd by D-Cady Derrick as any
as any I
part of Goy. Sulicr's legal defence, did ft
little rcpudiatiiqr himself
ne sain inai
his paper, the Knickerbocker f'rrss, "Is
not responsible for the hysterics of one
James C. Harrison,'' the Sulxei'-Hcnnessy
employee, who charged that four votes
for Impeachment were bought. In a formal
statement Mr. Arnold complained that tho
position of the Knickerbocker Press "III
the present fight against graft and cor
ruption In public life is not clearly un
derstood In New York city."
. "The Knickerbocker i'rese," he went on,
"la not making its present light for Gov.
William Sulzer. He is a mere Incident in
the fight. The tight Is being made to
oust grafters from public office and to aid
the propel- olllvlalM by placing lu their
hands the evidence which la dally com
ing to the Knickerbocker Prrat anil Its
officers. It ll advised that the evidence
now 111 the possession of Its officers is
sufficient to Indict Charles V. Murphy,
C'eaHmtstf ea Second Page.
LAY IT DEAD HUSBAND'S SIDE.
Mrs. Sharp Looked tip on Charge
Joseph Sharp, who had been employed
as a steward In a Manhattan restaurant j
pending the settlement of the estate left
bf his parents In New Orleans, was .
round dead wun nis mroai cui iai num
In a furnished room nt 142 West Eighty
His wife, Mae, was found by detectives
from the West Hlxty-elghth street station
by her husband's aide clad only In her
underclothes and covered with blood.
Mrs. Hharp was locked up on a charge of
Mrs. Sharp, who Is tall, brown haired
iuid comely, oald that she and her hus
band returned to their room early yes
terday morning from an outing at Hock
awav Iteach and that they slept late.
She said that her husband arose and went 1
out, leaving her in bed. She MM he
came back shortly armed with an Ice
pick, a Hatiron and a hatpin and at
tacked her. Jabbing her with the sharp
Instruments and beating hor with the
flatlron. She got away and when she camo
book taw husband was standing before the i
dresser with some sbarp instrument in
his hand and with blood flowing from a
gaah In hia throat.
Mrs. Sharp said she dragged her bus-
band to the bed, lam mm nown. usssn
his eyes and folded his arms across Ins
chest. This was the way the police and
the nmbuiance surgeon from the Por-1
clinic Hospital found the man when they
went Into the room.
Use Sham told the detectives that
she was married five years ago In Boston
and that she and her husband came to,
New York two years ago.
FIVE DIE WHEN TRAIN
CRASHES INTO AUTO
Family Swept to Death by Penn-
sylvania Speeinl With
I'ittsm an. Aug M. Five pcl-ollS lost
their lives three In irur killed Instantly,
this afternoon when a epeclal nam In
which were deneral Buperintendent of
.he D.n.vlvanla Railroad ComPam R.
i. o'thimiei ami other official! of n,,
railroad company struck an automobile
nt Lane Crossing. LaneOVlllOt on tb
; Sara A. Smith of Prldgenater.
aa Kowan and Ins ami I)
,1 left their
; home about hair an pour oeior
j cldent for a pleasure rid.
The special train was taking the ralU
eond nfflclsls on an Inspection trip. It
Hint stormed s Irftne station, aid then
backed down the track toward Hotter
junction The gutomobll. was then
coastinK down Fi port hill toward Free-
,,ri The train and th
reached tin- cross, ng simultaneously. 1 he
' machine was struck and carried aloni;
thO Irack for s.-venty-tlve feet before the I
'engine driver could Stop nil irain
ltowan. nis win sin ".'"
Miss Smith and Rowan I son were so
injured that th. y uie.i two nours i.ii.r.
The occupants nt MC special car .-r.-uninjured.
Howan was a roller in the Interstate
Mill of the Allegheny Bteei company,
General Superintendent O'Donnel in
speaking of the wr.-ck said .
"The engineer on our train was power
less to prevent the accident. 1 understand
,,ia' n m'r
son driving an automobile down
the road to the crossing is uiianie to see
a train until he Is almost on the track ''
HAWKER IS HALF WAY AROUND.
Aviator Mast Knd Trip To-morrow
Morning lo Win gaO.OOO.
Spfial CaMr f)pnlc In Tar. Sis.
Aug. 26 Harry ttawaer,
the nvlatnr who started tor a l.suu mile
lllgnt around ms nusiwii
coasts from Southampton In a hydro-
aeroplane on Monday morning, continued
his Journey to-aay an.i rsaonra voan on
the west coast of Scotland this evening
He will reinaln there lor me nigoi sou
will start again earl) to-morrow morn
ing. The gvlatOr hoped to be able to reach
the Irish coast this evening, but falling
wind eddies due to the mountain! re
duced his sieed greatly while he was
crossing Scotland and Compelled him to
stop at (than. His total mileage lor the
as ati and hli average speed per
hour frl-flve and one-half miles H
I oOVSIOd IIS miles yesterdsy, SO IhSt he I
I o'clock this morning and started for Ab
1 erdeen, where he arrived at 11 II
malned there llfty-tlve minutes mid then
' flew toward Cromarty, the next control
i station. He arrived at Cromarty at five
I minutes after 2, having made HI miles
ln ,'"' mlntltOg, He took a short rest and
1 "tailed u round the northern end of
' Scotland for Ohun on the west coast.
j wiere he remained for the night.
PAGE AT D1IP.LT1V HAPS? CHOW
I HUBLU MOKBE SHOW.
Mmay othrr a nierlcann Attend Open
Inur In Irish Capital.
fascial feOti lriiatch to TO! Si v,
DtfSUSli Al'X- 28 - There was a great
gathering of society people at the opening
of the Horse Show here to-day. There
were many Americans present, Including
Walter H. Page, the American Ambus
During the forenoon when the street
cars were crowded KiO drivers and con
ductors went on strike and left the cars
standing in the streets. The men had
been threatening to atrlke for some days,
but it seemed tliut the Idea had boon
abandoned overnight. This was not true,
however. A partial service wus main-
tallied throughout the day.
Isbor Dav Trains front Atlaalle I'll.
SIMclsl renn'syivsnis lUllrosil trains will leave'
Atlsnilc City s, in 1st 4UI 1'. VI. with dlnlim vr
tnr Newark unit New Vmli, .1 S-fln P u ,ll,,i,,.,
car . and BlVP, U for miMbcih. Newark sad
9MD RAA AAA CEMT
TO BANKS BY U. S.
MAI Starts MoVCIIlCnt
Cash to 27 Western and
MANY CITIES SHARK IT
Committee in Each to I'aSS
I'pon Commercial Taper
Washington. Aug. 2 Secretary of 1
(he Treasury McAdoo announced to-day :
the apportionment thus far completed of
' ' ' ... ,
rau ""' " "
and BdttthWl st to facilitate the general
crop movement Incident to the harvest.
Th total amount allotted In date Is
I 4f, 500,000, Of which II4,T00,O00 nas neen
p,mrt(oned to the fourteen Western States
I n(j ;,, t,9n nfln tn the thirteen Southern
gut(t a, h.( Dtatflct of Columbia.
i . ... ,.,. ... lh ,. npr
deposited in the banks In the South an. I
Wool at this tlm- because it Is believed
there Is n special demand for the money
I to asist in marketing the crops which
'are now being baTVOOtOd in tin se par
tlcular sections, but that if in the East
lor elsewhere It should be shown that
I there is need for the temporary use of
I funds for ilmilar legitimate purposes the
ovornment win be quite ready to extend
I'he nioliev ..;l be allowed tn rem lin
ton deposit about four or live months, all
I to be returned not later than April; do-
pos.ts in the Southern states, which are
given out tit. to I., returnee: nrgi ami
in monthly instalments, beginning in 1 ie-
Committee on Paper.
ch depoaltory city the rjovernm.
loaen a special representative who
will serve with a clearing bouse commit-
tee of nve to paaa on all commercial popei
recommen 1 as oecurity for deposit!
All paper before being accepted must be
; unanimously recommended by this enn-
The following list shows the annum:
allotted to each Stat.-, the cities designated
as depoaltorle! and the Government's
representative selected in each city up
to the present time ;
Colorado, 11,000.000, Penv
H. Ma lone
California, t.nnn.nnn. I.os Angeles and
llllnois, ll.OOO.ann. Chicago. J. V. Far-
Indiana, tl MS ttt gggg
Boohme . Port 'a ne. Will
attsi ii v,
i l ' I Ireen ;
mdlanapolls, William L Elder.
Iowa. 11,000,000, Del afol
City, Martin J. Wade
Kansas. S60,V00, Kansas
Minnesota, $2 nno.finn. Mlntteapoll
M. Kersl . st Paul, A tT Peabody,
Missouri, $ri.f"in.of.n. Kansi
, Louts, E. C Simmoij
i Nebl-ns-t.il 11 :l,H, t,(,,, , in :,ha u-,d tin
,, A TiMl,,.,
Oklahoma, 1760,000, Muskogee, Francis
Oklahoma city. Hubert !..
(duo. 12,100,000, Cincinnati, Franklin
Alter. Cleveland, K H Hakir. Oolumbus,
Butt, r Sheldon.
Oregon, I-"'1 000, Portland. Henrv
Washington, 1 1,1 So, 000, Seattle. Spo
kane, Daniel ll Drumheller.
Wisconsin. 11,000,000, Milwaukee.
Alabama, ll.soo.ooo, Birmingham, r.
M Tutwlller; Mobile. Albert Bulb i Mont
gomery, W, A GjvW
Arkansas, Jfilin, , Little P.ock, W. M.
Florida. 11,180,000, Jacksonville. Pan
sa.Mla. J. M McNeill : Tampa.
tleorgla, ll.TOO, Ailanta, J. K
( irr ;
Savannah. .1 Itaudolpli Anderson
(nis,,1 Vvilllam II. liar ret ; Macon,
, w ,.,.lu,n
,. hJ1 loulsvllle
Lexlngton, J E
Louisiana, I3.S00.000, New
T Hardle; Shreveport.
Maryland, t'i soo,
lain C, Page
Cote . Merldii i H,
burs, P M Hurtling.
North Carolina, (1,100,000, Charlotte,
B, It. Preston ! Greensboro, R. H King;
Wllmlngtoni Hugh BcRoe, Raleigh,
ciiari.-s io. Johnson,
South Carolina. Oharleston,
Major Henri Bchnehte; Columbia, wm
u iii ii. Lylee; Grecnvilta Hstiry W
Brlggs ; Spartansburg, Augustui W
Tennessee, fl, 060,000, Chattanooga, w
F. Kalbi Knoxvllle, Samuel n Tutterall;
1 Memphis. Samuel P. Read; Nashville,
I,. ,.!, 11 ShMnMiu,
Texaa M.600,000, Dallas, Alexander
Sanger. Fort Worth, Houston, Galveston,
l. ii. Kempner; ban Antonio
Virginia. 11,410,000, Lynchburg. A. B,
whit.-, Norfolk, w.iit.i ii Taylor i Rlch
niand, B, L. Bemtsi Roanoke.
District of Columbia, 1500,060, Wash
ington, J Selwln Talt,
HALF GIRDLES GLOBE TO WED
tlALUC VUWMMtm IIWss 1U WJUJ.
Australian Strlda of smu.-on Con
nor, I . Si .., Met lllin lu Kainnn.
NSWPORT, Aug IS," Passed Assistant
Surgeon William Honry Connur. H. S, N .
attached to tin- Naval Hospital here, ami
.Miss Agnes Dodl Kelghtliy were married
here thni afternoon, The bride came all
the way, from North Castle, Australia, to
wed Surgeon Connor. They first met two
years ago when the bridegroom was at
tached i the Naval Hospital at Samoa.
and were encaged when Surgeon Connor
i was detached. The prospective bride and
j ,er mother came here a short time ago to
i miike Anal arrangements and to prepare
for thfi wedding, whlgh took place at the
i rectory of St. Joseph s Church, the Rev.
rathcr , K MotOUfnlln officiating.
inv oriue is ram 10 oe ...e uaugnier or
an Australian banker, while the bride-
groom, who Is a native of Pltlsrlcld, Mass.,
. . . . ...... m ..
' g"""iaie , noty "... vousgo anil
of Harvard medical college.
SAILS THROUOHJATUN LAKE.
Dredne la First Vessel tn fin Krnm
Oam In Basnblspo.
tvrrtal CahU Dttpatrh to Tbs St.
I'anama, Aug. 2fi. A large section
j dredge was brought from (latun dam to
Baaoblspo through Ontun Lake to-daj,
: This Is the first large vessel to navigate
I the lake.
MRS. CABLET ASKS DIVORCE.
Husband Is a Sloek Broker aad
Hrother of Mrs. Oliver llarrlman.
I'rank (', Cef ley, a member of the New
lOfh Stock Kschange, who has an office
; Hrriii,ai, Co., and is a brother
j for divorce bv Mrs. Irene King Carlo?.
'The suit was kept secret until yestenlas
It was said that Mr. farley would not
defend the suit when it comes to trial
in i Vtobcr.
Mrs. t'ailey accuses her husband of
misconduct with a woman unknown tn .
,wr at ms rioiei van 1 0r11an.11 in Jui ,
ne inases no renuesi tor aninon.
b 111. ih. Is the
custody of her seven
. . , .
I yeni-old son.
The family oral living at :ti
Port -ninth street until Mis. t'arb
hw nlubat)( nj brought her suit'
crty Is a member of the Brook and
HaCquOt and Tennis clubs. Ho Is the sou I
,, Prancla lilchton larlev. at one timej
proaldenl of the Standard 'ii Company !
Prank C. Carloy'a alater Grace married
Oliver llarrlman and his sister Pearl Is
tin wife of ir. Charles W. Hargena of
Hoi HprlngOi s. D.
"ARSON SQUAD ' AT WORK AGAIN
Mllltaal Brmgettea gel Firs to
Country House Near l.ondon.
MptcUil ' 'i.'- PssaefeA re Tag Si N.
BOH, Aug. 2H. It
looks as though
to iu'iiort- Mis. Bmmellne Pankhurat'a
advice to take .. holiday for a while, for
the "arson squad" broke loose again to-
day.' Thla morning they set lire to
lin.. old country house know n an Frlarn
Watch, in North Pinchley,
to the north of Lmdon. Tile
a subui h
ilpled only by a caretaker, the family
for the suuun.-r.
house was damaged to tha
Tin usual Suffragette literature was!
found scattered about. No arrests have I
CARDINAL AT BABY SHOW
Olhboaa Will Itetlew I'arad
Hundreds at sbiirv Tark.
AsBt'XT Park. N. J
'hose who will r.-vi,-
Aug. 211. -Among
t ie bany parade
here to-morrow will le Cardinal Gibbons
who is to be the Kuest of Martin Moloney
I at Spring Lake. The Cardinal will be ac-
I OOmpanled by Bishop OConnell of Wash-
Vh-n toe sntry list for the parade
closed a noon today 441 babies h oi boon
lis'.. I T. ... ,,oi,l...r 1 ,st i..,, mum ""s II
la figured by th nival commission that
the number In line Will be greater than
that .f last year
POLES BOYCOTT THE KAISER.
El'OENS A. PHILBINi Fusion, and Uaptoiv
Befajao ( elebeate uniperor's Vlattjg Waxxs.
to Pu.i-a. Judges of General Beuloni -Waxxxn
gSrcfol CbU lu ' I.. Tnr ,s VV FOITKR and LongNI ZKbUIB,
PoaaH. ue "r, The Kaiser, aeenm.
panted by Ins Ave sons, arrived here to
la to review tin- Fifth Army Corpa and
attend various festivities emphasising
Prussian domination. The German in
habltants received them enthusiastically
as they passed through the decorated
Streets, but the bulk ..f tin- Poles held
.aloof from celebration. They are
resolutely determined not to recognise the
occasion and will not decorate their
I houses nor illuminate them.
Tie Window! of a Polish hotel which
whs decorated With Ilags were smashed
and several Polish nobles who accepted
th.- Kaiser'i invitation! to the ceremonies
have been pilloried by the local news
papers for "ktSSlng the hand which chas
tises them "
BOY DIES FOR HIS FRIEND.
Trial In Help B0?Vntng l-Sd l-lmrr
and Balk "ink.
Two bovs WOTS drOWnad yesterday
afternoon wbllo swimming In the Fast
River at the foot of St.. ,ilon street.. Tlu-y
were David Lefkowlts, it yeara old, of
2v S Itond Street, and Abraham Sehti
ber, 1" y.ars old. of IS Second strn-et
The boys had i n spending the dny In
the i-iii by and Intended to swim
git the afternoon They had not be.-n in
ci water long when David went out
further than his friend though! safe, The
other boy called to him and David Started
to come hack. Inn cried out and sank.
Abraham swam on and as David cams
to the aurfa e aotaed him and started
lowaad shore. David threw his arms
around his reacuorg nook. Abraham could
not break the strangling hold and both
boys sank before the bags' Sfhleb bad
Iss-n pul out from shore oould re li them
There were main oeoola araund the
pier at the Urns, hu; the whole affa'r
occurred so quickly that no one rmltaed
the danger till the hoys had gone down
Sergt. Mulhall of Harbor Precinci A. who
saved two people from drowning yester
day, grapplisl late in the afternoon from
a poUoo launch and recovered the ho.iv of
David. The body of the other
not be found.
OLDEST "SNEEZER" IS HONORED
Hay Pare! It ! Illnr- IfftiOr Muekle,
Who's Had It m tears.
BgTHLSHaMi N. II , Aug. 16. Twenty
live officers of the United states Hay
Fever Association, which holds the for
tieth annual convention hen- Wadnaadav
and Thursday, mot at the Sinclair HOUgg
this evening at dinner given ln honor of
Major Richard Mucklc of Philadelphia on
his eighty-clghih birthday.
M.I tot Muckli, veils foe u s ...... i
president of thu association. Ho it, now
president of tho Philadelphia branch of
tho I P, C. A. HS bus bSSn a tltffsrsr
from hay fever for seventyllve years.
Percy F. JeroiBO. secretary of tha a-so-
.,,, ,,,, jrTT,r' , r, .7.
elation, mads an add roll mid Prof. Maign
Ot' Philadelphia, III i lunge of tho dollMHV
Htrutlon of the germ theory and cure at
i aaavantlnh. also auoka.
A f,.w gasSM AM.llMiNt HI! II Its , .
(UiM ul ki couulciart lmpurlik-s. Aiif
UUTTM A M DIIT AM
II 1111 MAN 1U1 Ull
District Attorney Will Not
Refuse Nomination, He
I'll I MUX FOB THE BENCH
lit'tiil(licaiis Accept Whole
Fusion Ticket Despite
Few ( ru millers.
c 1 I viu t V'T
BE IOI l
.Wl 1 .ii.n , .s 1
HcAneny and I'rendcruii
on Cnsion Tieket.
I Charlea s. Whitman was nominated
. by Tammany lor District Attorney
j without a dissenting voice.
' Tin- Democrat! niro aeoeptod Bugeno
Phltbln, who Is on the fusion ticket, as
, one of their nominees for Supreme
! Court Justice.
Edward B, McCall asserted that John
Purroy Mltchel'a charge concerning a
I change in the subway contracts wag
Mayor Qaynor remained away from
"10 city and there was some mystery us
to his whereabouts. His frtendg bad
no word from him.
I The RsnuhllaOns accented the Whole
unity, borough, and
Judicial, last evening
i ue inuepenuence ueaajuo enj com-
mlttee refuse, 1 to accept I 'I e IP IcITU St
nn-i McAneny for Comptroller and
PregMent of the Board of Aldermen and
designated In their itoad resnectlvely
i designated in their
Joseph j. Hoiwcii. a manufacturer of
sounding boards, of ' 'akland street,
I Brooklyn, for Comptroller and liennis
' McAvoy of sin Canal itreel for Preol
Idenl of the lioar.l of Aldermen.
i The time was up at midnight last
i night for the tiling of designation! with
I the ltoard of Elections.
TAMMANY NAMES WHITMAN.
Phllbln and Weeks for snl,r,.m,
tonrl Itlets for gherlW.
This ticket, containing the name of
. :ii,n" '1 ''Mt "'"' "' "' ,h
Tammany ...unty and ju lal dcSUj
' Tamtnanv lolinty and Judicial -I
, Ing . ommltteea at Tammany l anil :
; Dlitrlcl Attorney Chasus! s Witir-
i man. Republican,
Bupreme Court Justices. Firs. District
J UltlCO Of City Court RoBKKT I
I Sheriff- John J. Iuutt:.
County Cb-rk James E. SULLIVAN,
Regliter Mai kp-e Daicttxa,
Horouth President Dr. Thomas h
Coroners Jut.tvi HAnntuiaan, Dr, John
! w. pxrxlli, RtcHAnn j Dblankt, bp hmk
' A doll NSON.
- Mr. Whitman told Tammany leaders
i before tiny put him on the tlckel that at
j bust he Would not refuse All he would
mv for publication last night was.
"i have Just returned to the city and
I am not prepared to make any formal
stati ment at present,
j "I am much grattlted at the compliment
, paid to me by all the political parties of
i this county in the unanimous nomination
I f.u- reelection to the office of District
Attorney, which 1 have bold for four
I years past.
"I certainly regard this action of my
ft-llow cttlscna as a great tribute to the
work of the office and to my loyal and
aid.- assistants, as well as to mvsclf."
Tin- ticket went through with clock
w-.ik precision and except In tin- case of
the naming of John J. ihetz, as the sue
cessonof sheriff Julius Harburger, evoked,
but Utile applauss, Then tin- aspirants
foi appointment! as future deputies in the
galleries brok-- loose with their horns and
Sir Whitman is said to he th first
Republican to be nominated by Tam-
many Hail. His name was presented by
Judge Edward Swann, who in his nonil-
bating spech sarid :
"I havo uglunteered to come here in ad-
VOCacy of a principle,
Keep t.oori Man In Office.
The offlr f the district Attornev
Tammany's attitude is to
keep a good man In office and In the CSM
"f PlOtrlol Attorns) to elect him lu
order thai the stress of politics may iw
lakcii away from the bench."
The Judge said that Mr W hitman has
Served four yean fearlessly and well and
has rendered a good account of his
Charbs F. Murphi- Joined In the ap
plause with as much vigor as anybody
The nomination was seconded by Ed
ward J Dovl!ng. a brother of Justbe Vic
tor .1 Howling.
The meeting had been slated for S
o'eock, but unlike most of Tammany's
slates something slipped and the business
didn't start until ii o'clock
in the meantime Charles f Murphy,
the Tanitnntiy leader, was closeted down
"l,r" w1,h s''"'l,,ir Wagner. Senator
'lamfl ' Prawley. James J Foley and
"'hers of the inner circle, pulling tin- nn-
' lshlng touches to the slate
Wars trr firrasrd Writ.
Leslie Tompklftl was chairman of the
hi.llclan designating meeting Tompkins
fwd , Up ot UUtU balhring the name, of
, to ,eoonnled When t..s
, . .
I aaociicdlngs sot vn'n wu for Ins naming
of two Supreme Court Justices the chair
man "rOOOgnlS"!" William H l.aikln. who
didn't happen to be present.
Rg. Senator John i, Max then got the
floor nod iiohilnat.d Eugene A. PbilMfl ag
one of the Justic s. MiObael J. Rorast
V -J A