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VOL. LXXXI. NO. 147.
NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 1914. Vopyrlght, 1914, by the Hun I'HnUny nmf PaMlsMm; Auoelution. 82 PAGES.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
MAYOR MAY YET
riopojies Permanent Place
Here, but Canal Has
CAN'T COME FOR VEAK
Wilson to Name the Colonel
Zone Governor, to Stay
Fntil Jan. 1, 1915.
MITCIIKL ASKS AID OF ALL
Will Oo to Legislature at Once
for Supreme Power for
.Mayor Mltchcl said last night that he
was going to ask the Legislature at once
to change the law so that Col. Gocthals
as Police Commissioner not only may
have supreme power, but bo a peH
nianent Commissioner us well.
He asked the cooticrntlon of the lead
ers of nil parties In bringing the greatest
nun of the nation here for the place.
The Mayor said that ho felt sure- Col.
Goethuls would be Police Commissioner.
He conferred with Lieut.-Gov, Wagner
and the latter offered his aid.
President Wilson will appoint Col.
(ioetlmls Ciovernor of the Cannl Zone
within sixty days. This was announced
In Washington yesterday.
This docs not mean that ho will not be
Police Commissioner of New York. It
la expected in Washington that he will
i'-Tve in Panama until January 1, 1915,
v.hen he will come to New York.
lawyers here said that tho proposed
changes. In the law would not be un
constitutional. Onv, Glynn was non-committal a to
whether or not he would approve the
proposed new police law. but Republican
Floor Reader Ilinmau thought the New
York city members would have It If they
PERMANENT POLICE HEAD.
Mllvhel Says lie Will Ask Leftists-
, lore to Hnlarge Hsnrn.
Ma.ior Mltchel wants all New Votk,
officials, plain citizens. Me'rybody who
xt speak out, to help him get Col. Uoe
thsls for permanent Police Commissioner.
The Mayor told the Lotos Club, wnu
save him a dinner last night, that he is
going straight to the Legislature to ask
that body to pass laws permitting Col.
Goethats to reorganize the Police. Depart
ment according to Col. Ooethals's ideas,
and if he cun get that done, and Col.
Goethals accepts the Job, he Is going to
aak the Legislature to make the Colonel
The Mayor salt! that . he needed and
ranted everybody's tsslitauco ; tliut tho
opportunity was so Important that every
oli'lelal and every party leader ought to
help In Influencing tho Assembly and the
llo realized that Col Uoethals could not
take the job until after the Panama Ca
r.al was offlclally finished, but he believed
that tho city could get the Colonel event
ually, and that the Police Department
wmlii bo reconstructed Into a body as
loyal and efllclcnt as tho corps who
backed Goethals In building the canal.
Praia)1 for McKay.
The Mayor wantcTd It understood that
the present Police Commissioner. Douglas
I, McKay, has done satisfactory work
and that ho holds McKay In high regard.
Hi hoped, ho said, that McKay would
cvi.scnt to take a post under Col. GoethaN
If tho Colonel comes here.
The Mayor made it plain that his only
ri.iton for reaching out for a man to sup
plant McKay Is that New York must have
a great man. a man of great achieve
ments, to gnlvo tho problem that haa
.Mk-d so many administrations In thU
M tho police problem.
A' er lowing to the toasts and the ex
tnaily enthusiastic greeting of tho mem
bers of tho Lotos Club the Mayor said :
U'c imve seen government after gov
ernment go down in this city, wrecked by
Uie administration of tho Police Dcpart
nw r .My tlivst thought when I was elected
i 'nat wo must have a man of all men
tJ Uju on his shoulders the burden of the
Pol Department and carry It over the
I: 4a..-- that have caused so much trouble
In tut- past.
"I thoiuiit the oftlco was great enough
lu demand tho greatest men. I thought
in' iO was no man in this country too
is .it to he called on. And I mado up my
Uh id tint nunc was ho well suited to the
. 'he rireut builder and organiser,
L ii ieou'e Washington (ioethuls.
t I'ortiinnte Accident.
Ii v.-uK by accident that I went to
lama on my vacation, but It wiui a
li' tiin.ite accident becauso It enabled mo
lu Mieit Col. liuctlmls and talk with him.
I 'nuii'l at Panama an organization of
.'.i inliu'-il from top to bottom with tho
t It of absolute loyalty to their chief,
" regai ded (loethals ns Implicitly
'h, of trust, and who knew that they
count no to him at any time for Justlco
' 1 fiitinil that the organization from top
to imttiiiu was for efficient service. And
I 'iiuihI that Col. (Joethals Is the man
b Or ill with the great human problem
at Puliiv Headquarters, just as he dealt
villi thi' nieiit human problem at Pan
rnrt Col, riuihalH told me ho was un
'll'iig to leave until the canal wus llnally
I i Unwed tho field once more. But
".i ii t KM-nnil to me that my duty to the
'p1' n-ipiired me to chooso no other
'r i Ik' place until Col, aoethalc hud
i' i what ho could do. Therefore I
" ' ' I'ukliis go to Panama.
'I wiui at great personal sacrifice.
oiiflniud on Second I'agc.
CRESCENT REGULARS WIN.
Uner nor Who Resented Insult to
Sarrogate Krteham Detented.
Tho regular ticket of the Crescent Ath
letic Club won by a fair margin lost
night In the hottest election In the club's
history. Mora than 1.S00 votes were
cMi a record for this organization. Ho
many pioxlcs were given anil changed
that It was not until an early hour this
morning th.it the result was known.
Bruce It. Duncan, who headed tho regular
ticket, received 1,009 votes, as aialnst '
slu cast for Fred M. Dalzell, head of the
Six members had to be elected to the
Board of Governors. That board consists
of eighteen members and Its member
elect the president, vice-president, treas
urer and secretary and members of stand
Tho rival tickets were: Dr. It. J. Hell,
W. K. Cleverly, Bruco it. Duncan, A. H.
Uaie. O. B. Plantc and P. J. Prtte. regu
larly nominated, and Kred H. Daltell,
Benjamin A. Keltcy, Charles It. (lay and
P. O. Affelil. Jr., tetirlng governors, who
failed of renomlnatlon but named by their
Tho row In the club grew out of the so
called "athletic dinner incident" which
was considered an Intuit to Surrogate
Ketcham. a guest. The Surrogate hud
introduced politics In a speech when a
sovernor cried: "How about McCooey?"
That governor was chawed with un
seemly conduct by the board and those
voting against him were the sovornora
SOLDIERS IN GOLD
BRAID GATHER COAL
London Situation Growing Rap
idly More Serious Owing
to the Strike.
.-ft'.ial Cable Drepalch to Tnt Co.
lxtooN', Jan. 24. The labor unrest
showi no sign of settlement and It Is
likely to become more acute next week
when It Is feared 200,000 men will be In
volved. At the present time 15,000 coal
porters and 30,000 men In the building
trades are out. The men In the building
trades were locked out to-day because
they refused to sign an agreement to
work with non-union men.
While the leaders of lh coal strike will
not Issue permits to nny of their members
to cart coal to the hospitals, they have
so fur made no objections to the hospi
tals sending for their supplies. This has
been done In some Instances, but at least
three of the hospitals will bo without fuel
by Monday unless tho strike leaders
With io.il costing two and three shil
lings a hundredweight the ioor of Ijoii
don are feeling the pinch of the, cold
weather, as this price Ik really prohibitive,
ucsiuie me vigilance ot me ponce quan-
titles of coal have been thrown from carts 1
by strikers and hundreds of boys acting
as accomplices collected the coal from the
The coal yards presented an unusual
appearance to-day. Hesldes students
there were gold braided uniformed por
ters trom the various hotels und men be
longing to thu Irlrh Quards, tho Grena
diers and the Army Service Corps requi
sitioning coal for their barracks, while
clerks and messengers toiled at tho un
accustomed Job of coal heaving.
The yards of the gas companies wero
besieged by thousands of men, women
and children who clamored for coke, as
an announcement had been posted that
there was no advance In the price of that
fuel. There was a line of people nearly
a mile long nt these yards awaiting their
turn to buy coke. Luckily tho supply
PLAN LOCKOUT IN NORWAY.
Manx Workmen ldl Owing to Three
Special Viibtr hfpoteh to Tim Scs',
Ciiiustiania, Jan. 21. The Norwegian
Kmployers Association has declaivd a
lockout against the organized laborers of
Northern Norway to tako effect Febru
ary T unless existing troubles are settled
within a week.
A the wood pulp, cellulose, paper and
engineering workmen are Idlo because of
three small strikes, ono in a mill near
Trondhjem. another In an engineering
plant In Chrltlnnla and still another
among ihe cabinet workers of Aalesund.
Theso conflicts have lasted a long time
and, according to tho employers, resulted
from the breaking of contracts.
Prior to the Introduction of syndicalism
in Norway two yearn ago contracts were
iilwajs kept, but of late con tracts have
been broken In several instances.
WOMAN SHOT FROM AMBUSH.
Prominent llesldent of Kentucky
Wounded Sitting; at Window,
Wlanoow, Kj'.i Jan. 24. Mrs. LIzKle
tlurnett, aged 60 years, nnil ono of the
most prominent women In the county,
v.'us hhnt from ambush und dangerously
wounded to-day by an unknown 'person.
She was sitting by a window of her
home near Utolle, this county, when sho
wan flrod upon, the bullet striking her
lu tliu head. Her condition Is critical.
Arrests ure likely to follow to-night.
OLDEST HOUSE EMPLOYEE DEAD.
Cant. J, T. Chancer Served (IH Con
Waskinuton, Jan. 24. Cupt. John T.
Chancey, for more than flfty-clght years
continuously employed In tho Houso of
Hopresentatlves, died to-duy. He was 84
On Chancey's fiftieth anniversary us an
employee of the Houso the members, un
der the leadership of the late Vice-President
Sherman, then a Hepresrntative,
raised more than $2,000 to discharge the
mortgage on Capt. Chancey's home hero.
It took only an hour to get the money,
which wus $500 more than the amount of
The $2,000 was converted Into gold coin
and after the House adjourned that day
Mr. Sherman beckoned the members Into
tho well of the House and sent for Capt.
Chance'. Abashed, tho veterun walked
Into the trap and Mrt Sherman poured the
gold coin Into Chancey's hat. The. veteran
broke down and wept.
EXPECTED IN WEEK
News Ileuehcs London That
'Somctliiitfr Is About
AMERICANS ARE ALARMED
Mexico City Colony Hears That
Washington Fears Attack
fptmtl Calile netpatch to Tar Su.v
liONDOK, Jan. 14. The correspondent of
Tun SUN' learns In a very well Informed ,
((quarter that affairs In Mexico are on the i
verge of a crisis.
Tho intimation' is that "something Is
going to happen" within a very few days, '
eight or ten at the utmost.
It Is said that news to this effect has
been cabled to the Foreign Olflce hero
and to other Interested parties.
HUERTA HAS 150,000 MEN.
Dletnlnr lip Hits No Intention
pdr CabU netpatelt to Tim Scs.
Muxico Citv, Jan. 24. President Huerta
said to-day that In- has 15O.U0O men under
arms and Is about to send 23,000 men to'
tho cotton district about Torrenn to bring)
cotton, valued at 35,000.000 pesos, to the
The President declared that he will be j
able to raise ample funds by taxing th.i
haclendados and other wealthy persons. I
lie addod that ho has ierf.cted a plan to!
jirxneci me raiironos anil reesianiisu euni
munlcatiou by building blockhouses Ht fre-!
quent Intervals along the lines.
President lliiirtA declareil that he does
not Intend to resign. Ha Is conlldent that !
he will tic able to put down the revolt.
Olhclals of the Mexican Ftallway say j t, flource has been made by the Virginia , fendant's explanation through all the
that tho Federals hae raised the slegu , ,! Southern Hallway, a subsidiary of the t operations whereby he succeeded In bor
of Chlgnnhuapan, In northern Puebla, Southern Hallway. The protest has lH-en i mwlng S25.UM0 U-fore th nomination und
after the heaviest kind or nghtlng. The reeevel at the Internal revenue bureau,
ilovernment Is trying to rush reenforce- , in the Income tax provision of the tariff
mcnts to the place, but railway communi- law constitutional? Has Congress the
cation Is jiaralyzed. The garrison at right to put upon big Industrial, contmcr
ChlgnahUftpan consisted of 200 men. It rial and financial Institutions the expense
was besieged by 1,5(0 Zapatistas.
Juan Francisco Lucas and other Puebla I
Indian chiefs have Issued a proclamation
calling uion all the aborigines there togu.Ject of uppeal by corporate Interests for
on the warpath against the Government, j Judicial Interptetatlon.
Tho proclamation calls President Iluerta Other big corporations, there Is reason
a "bloodthirsty, treacherous tiger." Itlto believe, have mado protest against the
s the 1 "uphlii Indians, who were on the' Income tax provision requiring them to
waipulh. laid down their arms In Decern-1 set aside the tax from the assets of Indl-
ber because of promises made to them by
the Oovernmtnt. These promises have
sine; been broken, especially that to the '
effect that none of tho Indian rebels would
ue punisneo lor me unrjung, .
The proclamation says that
prominent Inhabitants of Puebla, liudud-
lug a school teacher, who wns beloved by'
all. have been executed since that time. ,
For this reason the Pueblan Indians have ,
been quietly preparing for revenge. Thou-1
sands are now turner urnis ami tney noiu
several linKrtnnt towns.
The (lorrnor ot th State of
Mlchoaran, who Is here, says he has prac
tically snuffed out the uprising In that
section by tho systematic execution nf
every rebel captured.
The Oovernment says It has received a
despatch to the eTfect that (lens. Orozeo
and Corn veo entered Tnrreon yesterday
and Joined the force of (ten. Velasco.
Private despatches say, however, Hint the
rebels are attacking Torreon.
Snor Alcocer, Minister of the Interior,
declared to-day that Jesus Flores Magon,
who has been conferring with John I.lnd
at Vera Cruz, does not In any way repre
sent the Administration. Magon, the Min
ister says, went to Vera Cruz on family
matters'. In regard to the rumor that
Magon had sailed fur Havana on the gun
boat Zarugoza the Minister said that
Magon had tio mission to the United
States or uny foreign country and he
could not say If the report was true or
The Minister of the Interior seemed to
hedge after making this statement, and
"Florcs Magon Is a friend of the present
Administration and Is perfectly free to
act on his own Initiative In
vnnce the Interests of the
Senor Alcocer also said the Stato gov
ernment of CoahulU was thinking of Issu
ing 100,000 pesos In paper money with
the stamp of the Federal Oovernment
thereon, for tho purpose or paying the
Federal troops In that State. Monterey
bus already done this.
AMERICANS GET THRILL.
Hear lleport Tbnt Washington 1'enrs
for Their Safely.
H';iti(cA fo the Unltetl Press.
Mkxico City, Juii. 24 The American
colony wns galvanized Into activity to
night when It was reported that Nelson
O'Shaughnessy, Charge d'Affulres, had re
ceived a query from Washington asking If
the Americans lu tho capital wore well
armed and how long they could be ex
pected to hold, out if attacked. O'Shnugh
lie.isy was said to havo sent a secret re
ply to WasIiiiiKton, He reiuscd to glvii
any Information of the uuturo of his
Tho report gave rise to all sorts of ru
mors. It was said that the Washington
Oovernment has leason to expect an early i
nttuck on Mexico city mid , that all shopo
of a peaceful solution of' the Mexican
difficulty has been abandonod, Nothing
could Ie learned to confirm this.
O'Shaughnessy Is having almost dally
meetings with Oen. Huei tu, and his action
Is arousing criticism among tha Ameri
cans. The CliingB and the dictator usually
meet In a enfe. Neither ever tells what
they tall; anout. unnaugnnesBy makes
It a practice to attend Hueita's functions
und goes to diplomatic entcrtuliimeiits and
other places where Hiierta Is a guest.
Tho dictator alwuys greetH the Chargo
loudly and pays him marked attention.
Qusrldo Moheno, the Foreign Minister,
refused point blank this evening to affirm
or deny the story that lluertu wiitH to
take the field ugulnst the rebels and has
t'onflmirif on Seventh rape.
THE SUN TO-DAY
CONSISTS OF SEVEN SECTIONS
FIRST -Cenersl News
THIRD -Country Life, Real Estate,
Poultry, Dogj, Gardens,
FOURTH -Pictorial Mtgatine
FIFTH -Garden Annual
SIXTH Foreign, 'Books, Queries.
Schools. Problem .
Resorts, Fashions Special
Rtaitti or neuidealert uho do not ttccite
all of theie sections ulll conjtt a Jacor
on "Tht Sun" by notlfylnf the Publica
tion Dtpaitmtnl at once by the phone
(2200 Bttbmtn) and the mhslni sections
ulll be promptly fotuatded, if possible.
TO COLLECT TAX
Virginia and Southern Protests
Against Payment at
'f s WILL DECIDE
' ' '
. - ,
"ailV Appeals I' l'OIII lOI'pora-
fjons (( f ,., Asi'sMlll'llt
! cri lu all Its Intricate detail. He began
Washington, Jan. 21. Protest against at the point where Wlllett first ap
liayment of the Income tax collectrd at 1 nroached Cassfldy and followed the de-
f eollecllng the tax due from Individuals" i
These are the questions Involved In the I
protest. The Issue will be made the sub-!
The hiMo reasons for the protist. It Is
explained. Is primarily to safeguard all i
rlghtr. so that mould any Decision or (
m- v-"uns in- m iu.ui i u
uiiaiMiis me ivK.lhij mr i""'ini! .
provision of the tariff law, the corpora-j
lions would not have alienated their ;
privilege to participate In the benefits by
too ready acquiescence and compliance
with the requirements and regulations of
the Treasury Department for tho col
lection of the tax.
More directly and specifically the pro
tests are aimed at tho requirements of
tile law, which compels corporations and
other Institutions and agents handling
other people's money to diduet the tax
at the source, account for It and turn It
over to the, Oovernment' representative,
on tho ground that the cxiietiso Involved
lu such accounting and bookkeeping Is
not one that the Congress of the I'nlted
States can constitutionally put upon tho
corporation, Institution or agent.
QUIET TRIPS TO SING SING.
l.rlfrnhaKen Will Takr
Sheriff (Irlfenhagen Intends to send
notorious convicts from tho Tombs to
Sing Sing without the publicity attendant
on such events during the regime of
Sheriff Harburger, when there were
camera men on hand and the Sheriff
went along himself to make sure that tho
convict did not escape. Sheriff Har-
i "IV".' ' " B"
lleniamin Fein, known us Dmiev llennv.
who was sentenced to five years In Slug
Sing on Friday, was hustled to prison
trying to ad- l Jesterday morning by Deputy Sherlif Mo
,....., .. I "onnell and two prison guards, althougn
,o eminent. ,., .i,. .... i., i
from the Tombs to Sing Sing are Tues.
day and Frlda).
WIFE MUST SHARE IN PROFITS.
Ford i:niilnrea Can't He Stlnu in
Alimony, Court Declares.
Dutroit, Mich., Jan. 24, "Any man
now woiklng for Henry Fonl can afford
to pay his wife $12 a week alimony,"
said Jiidgn I.icy of the Domestic Rela
tions Court to-day. "I believe tho Ford
employees should show the same gener
osity tuwurd those deiwuileiit on them
that Mr. Fold shows to his employees."
Kiiuh Sullivan had Just been oidered
to Incrcasn the amount of alimony he Is
paying to his wife from $4 to $12 a week.
He gets n minimum wage of ID a day.
"I shall take Judicial notice hereafter
of the prolit sharing plan,' suld Judge
Lacy, "This Is, the first time the court
hns had to deal with the new wane prob
luiti unseil liv the iietliiii i if Mr. Pnril n ml
the wives and children of his employees I
will be liberally dealt with hy this court."
PROHIBITION TO CLOSE MINES.
West Virginia's Liquor I. hit a Men
ace t Coal Operators.
V. 1IKEI.INU, V. Ml.. Jan. l-l'lll 1-
erntors of this Stale faco a serious sltua-
tl.ni when the prohibition nmendment be.
comes opeiatlvo July t. because of the
refusal of foreign Isirn miners to remain
In any locullty where liquor cannot bo
Thousands of miners now laboring In
the New Hlver, Cabin Creek, Paint Creek
uml 1'fienhrnitli.i fields have already all-
ll(,unced that they will seek employment
in other Slntes ns soon as tho State Is
made dry. The exodus lu these regions
has already begun and the operators aro
growing apprehensive of glut future.
Ashes Hie Aiken Ausnsts Florida
13-Ok P. M. dally via HOIJTllllltN ItAll.WAY.
Huperh throush trains, Intent equipment! the
timet and litlrarlKo route. N, V. Office, Hi
Fifth Ave., cor. illllh Bt. .trfc.
OF BRIBE GIVING
Convicted of Buying Nomina
tion as Supreme Court
Jl'UY OUT 10 MINUTES
Remanded to Raymond Street
Jail and Will Re Sen
William Wlllctt, Jr., nn ex-Coiigrrssman
from Queens and Democratic candldnte
for the Supreme, t.'ourt b-noh In the fall
of 1911, was conlcted last night of buy
ing the Supremo Court nomination from
Joseph Caoaldy, former buss of Queen.
The maximum penalty Is two years'
Imprisonment and a tine of $,3,000. Wlllett
was remanded to the Haymond street
Jail without ball. He will be sentenced
Wlllett has been on trial before Justice
Jaycox and a Jury In the Supreme Court
In Brooklyn 3lnce Tuesday Inst, night
sessions being held to expedite matters.
Tho case was submitted to the Jury at
10:30 and tit 11:10 they returned th
erdlct. Wlllett took it coolly.
At S o'clock Supreme Court Justice
Jaycox liegan his charge. He spoke for
two hours and thirty minutes, analyzing !
the story told, by the two Wlllett broth- 1
In concealing the fact until a day or two
lifter the .M inicdmt (,'mIoii published an
editorial Intimating that one of the three
Judiciary candidates had purchased his
Three I.arscr l.unna Cited.
Tho fact that Wlllett borrowed I.1.000
Just three days before the primaries, $10,
01)0 a few days before the election of dele
gates to the Judiciary convention and an
other $10,000 on tho day of the convention
was called to the attention of the Jurors.
It was for thim to determine whether
this was merely coincidence, as Wlllett
contendi-d, or evldente of clime, Justice
Jjycox said. Also that other alleged oo-1
Incidence wherein Ca.isldy deposited $.",-
vvv JUSi mree ciays aiicr uieii nor-
iouoii iite sumo amount irm i r.uiK ji.
Merrill. This and the number of times
that Wlllett, (ildy and Louis T. Walter
met on or about the time tint the loans
were being obtained were all to be consid
ered and subjected to tho test of common
sense, said the Jutk'e.
Said Wlllett Accounted far All. j
James W. Osboine, counsel for the de
fence, said in his summing up that the de
fence had shiiwn-th.it Wlllett had ac
counted fur every cent of the $25,uuu ,
which th prosecution claimed had been
paid for the nomination.
He said It was unreasonable to think
that Caesldy had given the money back
to Wlllett. and that it had been con
clusively shown that Wlllett could not
have gut the money from elsewhere, as
Ills credit had been destroyed by the pub
lication of articles attacking him. He said
that It was largely guesswork with the
prosecution ns to how the money had
Ho said the prosecution h.td guessed It
Into Cassldy's isicket and If the Jury con
vlcted Wlllett It would have to guess tho
money out of Cassldy's fsjeket again, for
Wlllett had accounted for every penny
District Attorney Cropscy laid emphasis
on the fact that Marlnus Wlllett. Will
iam's brother, mid the defendant bad
iiuiile unusual efforts to conceal their
llniiuclul transactions and that that fait
itself, In his mind, was an evidence
guilt. Mr. Cropscy and Justice Jaycox
later said that the
crime charged was
PREACHER THRASHES ROWDY.
Units Sermon to ) It IHstnrlier
Sent to Workhouse.
The Hev, William A. Mortenseii, a
Methodist minister, who conducts a mis
sion at Ot! Pluii street, wiih forced to halt
his sermon last night in order to thrash
a disturbing element lu the person uf
Charles Schmidt. SchnildCa face bore
signs of severe conflict when ho was ar
raigned In the night court iiihui a charge
of disorderly conduct.
"Un ennio Into the mission.' the Hev,
Mortensen explained to Magistrate Marsh,
"and asked for money to take him to
Philadelphia. 1 told him I could nut
give him that much, but offered him in
cents for something to eat, Ho swoik at
mo and threw the money In my face.
Then he struck inc. I was forced to
"Ten dm 8 In the woikhouse," said the
'REAL" DAUGHTER DIES AT 94.
j Mrs, Vorke's Father Foment I'nder
1 Wnshlnirluii at VorUtotvu,
Jan. 24, Mrs. Sophronla W.
Vorke, who died yesterday In lCxeter, N.
II., aged 94 yenis, was one of the few
"real' daughters or the American Itevo-
,., ,...! W l.,,ln.. l l.'v.o
MrHi AJ Knight and theto she died,
Mrs. Yoike wus cared for by Oranlte
chapter, D. A, It., during her declining
years. She was tho daughter ot David
Watson of New Market, who sorted lu
the Itevolutlon under Oen. Washington und
waB one of his soldiers at the siege of
Vorklown. After the surrender of Coin-
tvrtlllu David WiltRiiTi u-utUeH lin,u tn v....
Market. He was many dajs on the road.
His daughter was born in 1820 and lived
In New Market nearly all of her1 life,
MAHIH liHAH NKW OIII.IMNN, LA,
SUMS Kmi ml Trli.
From New York vis NOUTIinilN RAILWAY.
Tickets on sale fby. Ill to t'i. Thres dally
through trains each direction. Pullman sleep.
InK cars. Dining car service, N, Y Ofllce.
2(i Fifth Ae.cur 29th Mt. .4Ji
I KAISER RICHEST IN GERMANY,
lllmiieror Worth SMIH.ftOO.OOO. Ac
cording to Latest I-lstlmatcs.
Special Citblf DtfiMlrh In Tun Ktv.
Hkmi.in, Jan. 24. Iludolf Martin, who
isuld recently that Bertha Krupp von Boh-
len.was the richest person In Germany,
has revised Ills estimates.
Tho distinction belongs to the Kaiser,
who. according to Martin, Is worth not
t33.000.000, as hitherto reported, but 908.
500,000. In his previous calculations of
tho Kaiser's wealth Martin overlooked
$63,500,000, which must be reckoned as the
valuation of tho Kmperor's forest lands
EYELID'S DROOP COSTS $3,900.
Concert PlanUtr (Jets Vrnllrt for
Injuries b A a to;
Sr. Iifis, Jan. 24. The beauty of a
girl's eyelid whs valued at $3,500 by it
JUiy which returned a verdict In thU
amount In favor of Mlis Josephine Car
rldlne against Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Ford, Jr.. whose electric coupe struck and
Injured Miss Carrlillne, a ronctrt planlste
and Instructor at Mary Institute.
Miss Carrldlne's lawyer represented to
tho Jury that becauso of her Injuries sho
was compelled to give up tha concert
stage. The Injuries, he said, caused u per
manent scar over Miss Carrldlne's right
eyo ami caused a droop In one of tho
ARI0N SOCIETY WILL MOVE.
Decide In Sell Old Clnbhausr
T'e Arion Society, which' was sixty
Jcnrs old yesterday, has decided to give
up Its clubhouse at Fifty-ninth street and '
Park avenue and to build a larger build-
Ing In oho of tho fashionable sections of
the city. Although tho present building Is
large there Is much wast, room and It U M
scarcely adapted to the present needs of
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the society. The members feel the need
of bachelor quarters; which c.innot be pro-!
vlded in the present building In sultlclent j
The present clubhouse will be sold as
soon as possible. Tills structure was built
lu 1sm. It cost about $200,000 and was
one of the llne-t clubhouses of that day.
SEES BIO BUSINESS BOOM.
Cnrnealr Steel Co. Official Predicts I
PrnsBtTO. Jan. 24. "We are entering
upon one of the blpgest buying movements
in the history of steel making In the
I'nlted States and a long spell of sound,
normal, substantial prosperity for the
wnoie country, was ino announcement
lo-uay ot 1 ni. 11. r.
Hope, first vlce-presl-
dent of the Carnegie Steel Company
"Within sixty or ninety days," contin
ued M. Hope, "the steel mills of all the
great Pittsburg district will be running
almost and qulto to their full capacity. .
They are working at 60 to HO per cent.
"It Is my lwllef that in a couple ot
months they will be working to 90 or 100
per cent, capacity. Hlg orders are nl-
reauy gien or in contemplation in aimos-.
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,,i;,h Mu nillroad yards are practically
I without stock. With the curiency and
, tariff legislation out of the way orders
will come In a ltuiig, steady demand."
CAN'T PAY PHONE BILL JAIL.
Whltaker Had ft I Cents, hot Talks
SUI.4I W'orth to "Lady Friend."
Nrwaiik, N. J.. Jan. 24. Hecanse he
talke.1 so bniir on the telephone with .i
"lady friend" that he was unable to pay
the. toll Douglas Whltaker of Wlnthrop,
Mass., is locked up at police headquar
ters. Iln went to a telephone booth at thn
Holland House here and called up a young
woman In Wlnthrop. Then he talked
with her for an hour and two minutes,
running up a bill of $24,40. He li.nl only
el cents lu his pockets. He has tele
graphed his father In Fast Huston for
J money to pay the telephone charges.
Whltaker had been staying at the Hol
land House for three days, paying $1 a
night and had been woiklng in a lunc'i
loom here as porter for $9 a week. All
lie would say was that he was talking
with a "lady friend" He refused to give
NO BAR ON MARRIED TEACHERS.
Cincinnati llourd Decides Alao to
vl'j Women Snme as Men,
Cincinnati, Jan. 24, L'pon recommenda
tion of Superintendent Condon of the Cin
cinnati Public Schools the Hoard of !Mu
cation approved to-dny thesn revisions and
rules governing teachers:
Kquiil opportunity for women of nil po
sitions In the public schools; equnl pay
for women teachers for the nimu kind of
work as done by men teachers; remouil of
the bar against employment of married
women as teachers.
ARKANSAS SUES COTTON TRUST.
Mule lleniniids S'jr., 0110,000 Penalty
From Six Companies.
Lim.K Hook, All;., Jan. 24. The Slate
of Arkansas brought suit to-day against
six cotton oil companies for more than
$25,000,000 for alleged violation of the
anti-trust act. Tho companies InvoUed
are the Hosu City Cotton Oil Company,
the Huckeye Cotton till Company, the
Dixie Cotton nil Company, thn Little
Hock Oil Company, thn Arkansas Oil
Company und the Southern Cotton Oil
Fach Is sued for a penalty of S4.21.",
000, being at the rate of $5,000 a day
sluco September I, 1911. On that dato
It Is alleged the companies "entered Into
it combination to regulate and tlx tho
price to be paid for cotton seed to de
stroy nil competition In tho purchase und
sale of cotton seed and cotton seed prod-
uets and tn rettulat" and fix n uniform
and arbitrary price to be paid for cotton
seed throughout Arkansas and other
"NKW YORK ANI l l.dltlllA HPEt I.VI,"
U7tli seasiiu nf tlnent liuln operated to
tinrltu, L'un.i, soiiui Aiiniiiiu i.-oam i.i
, ..,. ,u ..want i.uir.
ther limited H aln dully.
TO, Mad. Bq. 1400, Adv.
12:58 noon nail) a inn
Olfice. KU !l'a T
Concerns Outside of State
Silent on Uoss on "Ad
vice of Counsel."
STOCK SENT AJWOAD
District Attorney Hears of
Kiches Hurried to For
MUCH OAFFXEY .MOXKV
Alleired "Ragmim'' Put lit
Sums in Ranks Some SiM).
000 Items Found.
Charles p. Murphy's hunk uccounU
i uro being studied by tho District At
torney In connection with the allega
tions that "bugmen" collected graft
from men who got city and State con-
Similar scrutiny is being made of tha
accounts of .InnieH K. OuiTney, Thomas
HaHsett and other politicians.
, t,,Ifj connection subp.rna wero is-
j . blinklnf. nstltllUo lrl
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the State und to every tatu deposit com-
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,a" 1,1 t,,ls clt' 'urb.
Investigation Ih being made ,.f re-
ports that Murphy deposited money lit
other States, Canada und Great Britain,
Mr. Murphy's deposits became niuch
less frequent after District Attorney
Whitman In 1912 eftabllslied hlx right
to subpoena transcripts of bank accounts
In hunting for evidence of crime.
JameH B. liaffnoy'H deposltn for 190
land 1910 amounted to lwtween STm.QOu
j There is chronological relation be-
I tween tlaffney's deposits und the nw.iril
of contracts to firms who were not the
lowest bidders for city or Stute work
Qno denoslt of I'M 000 wns nmde on
tho next Kinking day after March '.'0,
1909, when OalTncy Is said to have re
ceived $-11,250 for getting n contract on
the aqueduct for Patterson ,v Hros. of
Mr. Whitmans Hunt for runus of .nr.
, Murphy and other politicians is balked
j hy his Inability under the law to go into
I mf0 deposit vaults.
' ,nfornmtl(m mt' Cleveland II. Podge,
i.w.i, e tinnno n fe wnK.tnd
. .v,wv ... ..... ....ow -, ,
n.ilun fund ot Into ii Tammany noli
tlclan's bank nccount was declareil ridic
ulous last night by Mr. Dodge liluisclf.
Jntnes C, Stewart, ft mil whom Onffney
Is alleged to havo tried to extort $ 1 3i--000
In return for barge canal contracts,
must give further Information concern
ing the man who demnnded thn money
or be presented for indictment for per
jury. The District Attorney I- liivrstluutlns
a story that thorn was bribery in con
nection with (Jovermir SuIz't'h im
peachment and that certain rnllro nl In
terests, because of tlm full clew bill,
were behind It.
The District Attorney has Instituted the
broadest possible Inquiry Into the bank
ing transactions of both Murphy and
Oaffney ns the result of Infoi million
gheu to him In connection with tho
disclosures of alleged graft In thn
building of thn aqueduct and of the barge
canal. Hen though Mr. Whitm.ui may
have no evidence of n crime he has thn
right under the law If he thinks lie may
obtain evidence of wrongdoing to suhpo-n.i
transcripts of the bank account of any
SeHrt'h llitemls tn All llnnks.
The District Attorney has serttd a
subpirua calling for smii Information on
every banking Institution In the State.
He also has nsked eviry safe deposit com
pany to tell him win ther Mr. Murphy or
Mr. Oaffnt-y has n safe lb-posit vault. All
the Information be can get n to dt posit
boxes Is simply the answer of "jia"
Such Inquiries have proved fruitful In
the past under tho skilful probing of Mi
Whitman, He Instituted the priutli f
examining bunk accounts In connection
with his ch.irgts against William J Cum
mins and Joseph H, Iteichm.imi ami ob
tained their conviction for the lonluiK of
the Canieglo Trust Company At that,
time he pi oved by a court dei-soi Ins
power to Issue subpu has fol' trulls ilpts
of bank accounts, Llkewisi In his In
vestigation of the acts ol Lieut lii.uii-s
Hooker a similar study of bank nccoiipu
showed Pecker's graftlnc.
Whllo the Dlsttlct Attorney may h.i,
no direct evidence ituuliisi Muiphy M
story of William Sutler chinning tint
Onffney was a collector for Muiphy has
been told to the Oinud .lur. Further,
more, evidence has been laid before thn
Ornnd Jury that monej was paid to Unit,
ney for "expert advice" in cnnnectloti
with getting contracts fur work on tha
aqueduct and that O.ilYncy nminr.M
$150,000 from Jntnes C. Stewart us tne
nrlce of two contracts Hum the Cmu.
I Hoard for certain sections of tin- Paige
cunal. Stewart refused to p..s the -inui
and lost one of the copti ,i"t. t'iou;'i
was the lowest bidder
The Dlstilct ,tlninc. telt h m. -i Jus
tilled In going Into the ban n ts
both men us a mi-atis of hsu-imi Ii v.
hethcr thrin mis any connection l
Finds Taminany Cliivf's
counts Fell Off After