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SHEEHAN'S BID TO END DEADLOCK A New AR8ENK LUPIN" story, by Maurice Le Diane, will begin in to-morrow's Even ing World. It Is "The Blonde Iady" and con tains the most exciting mii i mv-- MRS, SGHENK A WREGK AS TRIAL ENDS terlous of the French "thief genius's" adventures. It is a story you have no Tight to miss. K( nil lr -nlsrht and Ihuradnn nirmrr, HRATHKH-I'alr lo-nlght n1 i hnrsda, i warmer. EDITION EDITION PRICE ONE CENT. JURY GETS SCHENK IN A COLLAPSE Woman Quails Under ttack of Prosecutor and Face Fs Distorted From Weeping. HOLDS FINGERS IN EARS. Great Throng Besieges Court house Prepared to Wait for the Verdict. WHKBl.lXU. W. Vs., Jan. JS. The stM of Mrs. Laura PMrnmrortb ddhenk, charged With poisoning her millionaire liuban1. John Schenk. was given to the Jury at 3. o'clock this afternoon. An Immense drome v as about the court as !i Jury retired and all apparently determined to wait there until the ver dict wan returned toss, cu tor llandlan. who made t).e final lumining up for the state, and who had for about four hours merci lessly a i ratgn csl the prisoner.' concluded his address at 3..10 o'clock with a plea fir the woman's conviction, and asked the Jury 10 send hsr to the penitent'..!:'; . As the Instructions given to the lur--- by the "ourt before the summing up :fV oiiUtuteil the Judge's charg.-, t ie cse was given to the Jury soon after llandlan had concluded. .Mrs S , benk wilted this afternoon nn -ilae the fleree verbal assault of the pro.e iiinr. A respite the noon recess afforded wax evidenced In her confident manner w lien .-:ie appeared for the af ternoon session. But this soon gave way to a shivering, tearful attitude. She tried to evade lln Tidl.in ' arraignment by thrusting her ringers Into net car. She rBSVed nervously In her chair, an.' final ly she lay her .lead on the table, while Mar w:iole body trembled, Wte remained in thst position almost all tiroagh llsn.il til s SOSSI hi Watches Jury Retire. JVIhlS ti.e final moves were made In the trial. Mrs. Sclirnk seemed to be half .1lvloua of her surroundings, but as the JUdgf. irnve the case to the Jury, she : ousisl herself and looked tearuflly a! Hi Jurors, watching eael man rteadll until the twelve who were to decide hOT fate liad left court. A faw mlnutaa later, with bar faoa distorted and awollen from wsepliuj, Mrs. Bohank was lad staggering from the court-room In a state of collapse. Judge .Ionian announced at 4.1" O'clock mat lie would remain In court until 10 or 11 o'clock to-night If nes-essaxy to re ceive tile veroHot, 11 no verdk I Is ren dered by that hour lie will tend the jury to hotel for the night, Attorney S. O, Boyce continued his sna-uiiiant for tue defendant this morn ing when court opened. He launched into Invective againet lan 1'hllllps, the piano rlenk. who, he declared, had wormed Ids way IfA tO the confidence of Mrs. flohenlt only to betray hsr. Continuing his argument Mr. Boyce declared that If Dr. J. W, Myers, who testified to having sold lead poison to Mrs. Schenk, had been honest, he would have gone to the prosecuting attorney and told him that he had sold Mrs. debenk sugar of lead and asked an In vestigation when he learned tliat Schenk bad bean poisoned. Prosscutlon's Last Word. Je. Uoyce. who had assailed the tes timony of Eleanor Zoeckler, the detec tive nuree, on Tuesday again paid h's respects to her. He characterized bet as a witness who was employed for rlia sole purpose of squirming her way Into the affect luna of Mrs. s. Ji.uk ahd play ing the part of a femala Judas Iscarlot. Attorney Boyce closed Ji la argument fur the defense at 10.60 A. M . and after a brief recees Prosecutor llaudlan opened the filial address fox the State. K0Y KILLED IN STREET. i'rsiPk Knocks Htm Isosrn In Front of His Home. While hurrying home, after staying lota at school this aftni noon, Juilvn Har ii.y, fourteen ws old. of No. J5o Woat Klfteenth stroot, a struck and knocked down by a heavy truck ai he was III IISSllsI the etreet In front of tils residence. He was Instantly killed. Sunday World Wants Work Monday Morning Wonders. CASE: PRISONER t spj right, 1011, bj Co. (Tim New NEW SUBWAY BID PAY $75,000,000 ')WUl Sprague's Syndicate Would Furnish $40,000,000 of Their Own Money. BRONX TO BROOKLYN, Bid Made Public Late This Af ternoon by Public Ser vice Commission. The Public .-"ervica Commission made public late this afternoon a new li.d for an Independent elty-owned subway. The bid wa made by John J, Sprague and SCSr T. Crosby, representing a syndi cate of capitalist. Thy offer to build a THborougn subway and will npen-1 Ho.lWi.ilftn ,f their own money If the city trill provide ITO.nrtt.oon. The new- bid proposes I build a aub way connecting ihe Bronx and Brook lyn, the BrOOklytB ennnes-tions being made through, tunnels from Liberty street uptown Into Variok as a four track rosd, turn from Vsrlck Into v ertli avenue and then eg to Times qua, through forty-fifth street to Lexington avenue and up lycxlngton ave nue to One Hundred and Thirty-eighth street, across One Hundred and Thlrt elghth .-treat to Jerome avenue and up Jerome avenue tj One Hundred and Fifty-sixth street. Connections In the Bronx. Connections are laid out from I.exln ton avenue and ine Hundred and Thlr-ty-elr'.th street, running out Southern Boulevard and making further i mm -tl ins Srlth a series of elevated taliroid . The Brooklyn tiranch .win connect with the Fourth avenue subway. :.ovv buHd lug, running from Lllerty street, iian hatlnn Fulton, up Fulton to Flatoush an 1 thence to l'.jurth avenue. The otty Is to receive Interest of 4 1-2 per cent, for Its capita! of 171,000,000; a inking fund of one per cent. Is to le deducted fr,n -j.,,. gros r.-'elpts: the rurprtts earnlng-s are to tie dlv l le! on a basts of approximately one-third arul rwu-thlrds; the clny to have t.he nbfhl to purciia-c Hfter ten yey c live oer cent, profit; the fare to oe live cents, Altli free Ir.inisfers at. Time Square. PoUltb avenue ami T.ilrly-fourtli Street jtld Mott avenue and one Hundred and fori;-ninth atreet. The offe:- may lie wltlalrawn 1n three S'sekl ifter one w cebVa notU'e has lieen Iven. ; jjf: Mr. Sprague condemn. .1 the Tri-Bor-out,'ii SCheniS as InprACtlcabta nd de clared it could not be operated. He ll tl'e engineer w-ho laid out the first elec tric, street railroad in the United Btatea, in. i ne nas rums a stuay or the tub way uestlon. Th ominlSSlon spent two hours to day feiring with the committee from t!. Hoard of Bgtlingta snd A, porttonment on the subway situation. At the conclusion of the conference. Chairman VY 111008 said that they ha.) spent the time In discussing arious pnints in the Inerborough offer th it will not be disposed of for some time, after which the conferrees will take up the general subway subject. The con ference is to be resumed to-morrow afternoon. So fearful are the conferrees that acme of their dulng.-t may become public or be overheaid, that they take the pre caution to close the transoms. PAUL MORTON'S WILL BRIEF, WIFE SOLE HEIR. Document, Written on Half Sheet of Paper, Doe Not Ciive Value of Estate. The will Of Paul Morton, who ai the time of Ills sudden death In the Hotel eieymour last Thursday, whs the presi dent of the Equitablo Life Aaaufanoe Society, was illed for probate tn the Surrogate office to-day He left all his property to ins wife, l.ottle O, Morton, The document Is one of the briefest on record. Uy its terms Mrs. Morton is mnde sole heir and executrix. It is dated at CMoaaTO, 1 I.. April 24, IMP, tha testator describing himself as a citizen of thut city. The value of his estate ll given In the formal words as "more than UO.O00," in real estate and "mote than HO.IXIU" In personal property. Th will was filed by Alexander Qrooll of No. ISu Iiroadway, and further states that all uther heirs have waived claims In the probate of the will. The w ill takes up only a half sheet of PJlitt. WOULD HAVE CITY I " Circulation Books Open to All" Hie Press rnbllshiaa York World), NEW sister or crazed MUSICIAN WHO KILLED NOVELIST. Conspired With Assistant Cus toms Weigher to Cheat Government of Duties, T rs RcoMtnU and (leorge P. Cslogera, Importers . . figs, cheese and olives, pleaded gu tv In the t'rlmlnal Branch of the Itnlted tatei Ctroult Court t i-df"- to Indictments chargin.t them with '.elng for .rs engaged In a eonsplr.icv with aasiainnt oustotn weighers to defraud tha Qovornment of duties thixiugh false salghlng of Im jxn tat'.ona. William Michael Byrne, rounasl for the I rn port era, mi ie n long plea for clemency, and told Judge Hand his cli ents had mads full confessions regard lug frauds, which oovered period of four yea1, and srera prepared to make restitution. Boonomu :ni Calogara were saoh sen tenced t-.i ggfyg four mt.ntiis in tlie Psnltentlary on Bbvekwetre inland. i sfas xpgetgd that Const anting OalaPOUllS. another importer, and Charles v . Bllgjh, an assistant cus- t.."is weigher, ho have ihi pleaded guilty to slmllur frauds, would be sen- lanced to-.im. but with the consent ol Assistant L'nlted States uietrlct-Attor-ney Wempla (hair caaee went over to March . Regarding the confaaalona whi"h Roononu iuid Calogara made oonaern- tng frauds other than ihe fake Weighing of Imperlatlona, Mr. rVemple told Judge Hind that t if" were practll .:jy worth less beoauss tha Importers stated that they were unable to find tha papers which would be lief BSSary In a criminal proaecut on of the oustoms ofllolala. MR. JULIUS CAESAR IS HERE. Not a Deeeeu)4aat ' ie i h. .ecral ,f Thai Name. Heading the big passenger list o ihe tea ma hip Vadarland, arrived from Ant werp tfl.dsy, was the name of .Mr. Julius Caesar. The ship news reporters hastened to make his aoqualntatioo, Mr. l.'upsar is a robust ilcrman from Klbei felJ, near Cologne. He is a manufac turer ol wall p and Is over hete to learn w list s new In Hut i.ne or busl BjOgg, To tlie newspaper men he said: "g0 far as I know 1 am not dea ended from JuIIim Caesar, ono well known ie Hume.'' SURVIVED MANY PERILS: FOUR-FOOT FALL KILLS HIM. ALTOtsf, III., Jan. 25. Jeorge lla.t.g, sixty-two years old, Sfho OAoi -va.s ,t ta ke.1 by Indians and left for dead m Nevada I was shot through the !ie.ul by rutVuers and thrown into the Mississippi Klver, and nad suffered many other ac cidents, yesterday .is killed by a fall Of, f(Ul' ISl. jnHL0ljBfflk, CPtVeaBaT a'waanaflannBal.Bi KiSawfaCT k mm gjjUF IMPORTERS GIVEN 1 FOUR MONTHS FOR CONFESSED FRAUD YORK, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, MOURNERS CROWD FOR NEAR VIEW OF PHILLIPS'S BIER Street in Front of Undertaker's Shop Thronged by Admirers of Slain Author. PLAN PUBLIC FUNERAL Senator Beveridge Take Charge of Arrangements for Burial of His Friend. Tlie ho ly of David Qraharil Phillip., the novelist, who died late lasl itlghl from the pistol wounds Inflicted by Pita hugh Coyle Ooldstlnrougb. the erased violin player. In Ora iy Square on Monday, was removed to-day from Betlafua Hospital to an undertaking adtaMlahmenl at No. io;, yyiurth avenue. In little while a nr. ous crOSVd gath ered on the ivemant, starlnii tbrougb the front windows. Inside the SftdOWed plsier of the assas sinated miter, Mrs. Carolyn Prerert ; his lirotlier. lUrr.aon Phillips of len. ver, ami several close friends of the dead .man, In Hiding Ciited States Sen ator A, J IJewrldge of Indiana. Oeorge Horace Lorlmer, editor ol tha PllllsdSl ph. a .Saturday Kvenlng Post, and Saiu usl O. Blythe, the Washington writer. These three were In cfiarge of the ar ransementa for t tie Interment. In deference to tlie wishes of the many friends of the dead writer, Sen ator Beierldge, utter consultation with members of the tsMHlly, announced this afternoon that the funeral of Mr Phillips would take place on Friday and that it would be public. It was announced late this afternoon t oil funeral -ervl.ee would be held 2 p m. Friday In Bt, Oeorge'i Bplaoopa liurch. Seveiiteeaih street and Bluy ,esant place. In tne ansence ol BUhop fjreer, Archdeacon Nalaon, assisted oy Hugh Blrkhead, the rector of HI. fteorg.-'s, will otli late. It 1 1 also SX- pe ted that Rev, n Ralnsford, formsr rector of the chureh, will i present. T.ie pael-bearers oi be Bobert A, ('Mrtuibers, Samuel O. Blythe, Arthur A. i. ittie, George h Lorlmer, J. H, Sears, s nor a. J, Beveridge, Otto 'ar- n.etvael and Johtl o'Mara Coagratfg Fought Hard for Life. Mr. Phillips believed li i 1 1 1 almost tlie lime of his death that he would UUrVlVS the six bulled tired into bis body by fjoldsbo rough, A few minutes before ii, sank into unoonsclousnssi he turned to his brother, Harrison C. Phillips, and h! sister, Mrs. Carolyn Prevsrt, and said: "If I had only two bullets go through me 1 might beat it, but with live or six, It is pretty hard." I ntll tills time tne fortitude shown by Mr. Phillips was luoh that Ids doctors believed mere wan a chance for him to get well. Then he began to sink and they saw there was a hemorrhage of the lung, which convinced them that all hope was past and death . mutter of minutes. Although Mr. Pldlllps had suffered .'onllnuou.sly as the result of elhcrl. i tlon durltiK tlie day, there were no alarii:- ing sympto ns .unUl o'clock last night, when Dr. Donovan, the house surgeon. siw tna! tne naaom was noi rallying and that Oiore were Indications of a ht-morrhage. Messengers were sent tor lrs. Walker and Hoi nli.ss. Harrison ' PMIHpa and Mrs Frevert bad remained constantly at the bcdiodo of their ' brother. Clung to Life. rl'l Mr. Phllllpa held to life with grim d termination, and as ,ong as he kept I SUCb a hold there wa- hope. A few mliiutea i,ef..re U o'clock Ii opened his at ' s. His strength '.a- abblgfl fas' " .van and Walker ......Id e-arce. ) near no.. oeo .... asnisnve that aboaed be himself had lost Ii I pa. Tuen he sank Intu Insensi bility and death folluavd. ,l..l.l.,.......l. ,k. . 7 . musician who sent a billet tbioiigii n.s own brgla after shoo tins' Mr. cniiiips, lell at midnight with the nudy of hei l.r at. vvhleh will b.t irtl..rr..,l tn Washington, the homo of toe Holds- . i , . 1 1 v ur..... i, i,.f, , w.M Voik M-s.-: Holdsborouu.i ,,ol,c f.o l.ngly about the deatu ol Mi. PhUllpj, das said: "In th r.ame of ny father, my mother and myself, I wlih to express the grcstead sorr w over tne simoting of Mr. Phillips and bis dsaln." T H. Powers I'arr, an Itnclg of young Otildstiorougli, with g banking ottlce at No. H Wall street, said to-day: "Kltxburli had the eccentricities of gtUius. The entire family is musical, eul n u)viopuwut v. uiuk stitiuisa 0 IRL WHOSE L E T TE RS I CAUSE WIFE'S SUIT I FOR $2!i,000 DAMAGES. ' Ham-ic. EL T DO FOR TRIP Financier's Stomach Said to He Bothering Him and He Adopts Precautions. .1 Plertiont Morgan was a passenger on Die White Htur llnr f'eltlc leaving for Kurope to-day. He was accompanied onl by s ninn sen ant. When Inter viewers sought to get a statement from him ne replied gruffly. 1 have nothing I to say," and sought the seelua.ou of ills i cabin. Mrs Morgan, alir son-tn-law. Iferiiart L. ggtorleg, snd several of tlie tlnsn ler a grandchl IdfOg saw hlin aboard the Celtic uiid left lust at sailing time. The vessel will stop at the Asores and Medi terranean ports Mr. Morgan would iot say where he would get off. Mr Morgan took aboard tha "lflr with htm a orate of live clii kens and tn t rates of fresh feed preddoti tn.ra hM Highland falls farm, lie gg,, touh snOUgn DOttle-i water ; i l.v.i thl , ghoul tha voyage. IpecHll propurad food products will be ready for bin when he arrives In Italy and lie hud Ordered fresh fruits and lresi cifg, ru,m the Azores. The linam Isr's stomach ha gone bscg on hint, 11 is aid, and he win take no chances With other tnan ihe freshest oiita inut.le foode. It had been his In ternum to smi on ths Csdric two weeks, ago, accompanied by bis physician, Df, j. w Markos Dr Markoe waa in at the time and could not -ail .Mr. Mor gan waited tWO week", but was compel,-1 10 I .'.', without Dr. Markoe as the pliyalciau la still 111. FLYING MACHINE BILL MAKES RULES FOR AIRMEN. Nov. Before Connectleul Legisla ture, ii eOtnpels Reftstratlon and Provides Penalties. HARTFORD, Cogai., .'an. i'. A bill. following tile re. oniiiiend.'llton of ttov. Baldwin, w'tts Ineroduoed to-day ooan ,,,,.,,,,.. . ,,, rMmtmtm, thai, nam... .....i d.M. ,.r eaolilanna w.th ll,. aaata !M1.r,..,.. , wl, . , oerllflcats , ,,, ,.n, .. ri,-e, ,in,br The bill provides thai tills l i-K let ration number shall I"' carried on all tiling macidiu'S and gl all lie subject to an Og- amtnatlon n deasand n. .my pniiw of II The reglatration fee aril I be tin and the State police are gtiei; CMtrvl Of the 1 " "" The owner. Of mg,. I clelnei are ii tble 'or all damages arising fn, ii 11, i otr,toii vvit.iou! proof of negfafonjee, vjolatora of this isw are liable to i, line of tl,1"' or live years in p., sou ,u both. to have lieu ti,,. itrongOM In the boy, lie was fir from being practical and was not success. 'lis was inoi-t courtly In his Ideas aixiill WOntan, and w are of Ins opinion, that ho be '.mi Inooeood With Mr. Phil lB I taU e of bis treatment of sums vt UU w j.ntu ........ ,:c. in Ills Jj MORGAN SAILS AKING SPECIAL 'JSr Circulation Books Open to All. 1911. 18 PAGES SHEEHAN CALLS IN BOLTERS; PLEADS WITH THEM FOR VOTES HUBBY'S POCKET FILE OF LETTERS AIDS WIFE'S SUIT Mi. Roe Demands 25,ooo Prom Mamie i:. Taylor for Alienation. REAL WARM MISSIVES. ( iolden Spur Is 'Heart's Fond est, Truest, Best' to 'Wom an Who Understands.' As Mamie K Taylor wss letting i leorge ir. int Hor, ii l"i llsdel plila in BUraOCS man, out of the front door of her home at No. tat Lafayette a'enue, Ttrikoklyu, lasi evening, site wss served h papers In a suit for tavuii for the alleged alienation of Mr Roe's nffe -i ons from Ids wife, Mary lludd Roe. m his arrival at Philadelphia, 1 little latrr. Mr. Hoe's somewhat Irritable In gUlrtee as to Hie stilt against Mamie Taylor were Interrupted by the service of .a..i . in a Pennsylvania sull for dlvoroo me Bvooklyn nomplaini alleges mat nothwlthstiindlng Mamie K Taylor and May lludd wen, schoolmalea to gether at Patobogtle and grew up te gather, Mamie Ta lor has deliberately. malloloualy and goowlnejly entice. i ami tlionaie.l the affe. t1.-ns of said ileocge Una from his lawful wife, depriving her of tue ooenfort snd SOOiOty of his presence and can-lug hnr great mental ungulsh of mind.'' Letters in Hubby's Pocket. Tn support of the complaint, Mrs Hoe will submit to Ihe court two let ters from Hgm 1 K Taylor to bar bus baiid, wdilch, she says, were found ft) Itoe's p.M-kets last May One of them, datawl May 17, reads In part. My Own Dearest Ixive-I am bor ing the sun Ahlnxs brightly to-day In Phtlwlelphta. With (sag awav r can't even get pleasure out of my I I . j gnnw you have given vmirseiir, rxiay and soul, to me snd no one can take you back from me. I want yojall to myself ... I am glad vou l.ke my red roses. I was afraid MM? might cause unpleas ant questions, bttl Tom took them, so I suppose It waa all right. If each rose could only have spoken to you out loud, it would have ald "Yes. Mamie does love her Qoulgs and is waiting for Mm to claim her as h.s wife betore the whole world." Oil. my tover, m mradS. my guardian, my Ooldsn Spur, take the beat of can, of youisrlf OoOd iLlght, Oh, my heart's rondo:, p ir. tr.wss and bOSt lov go to you, my joy. Hi dearie sessetbeart, egg hus band, my lite, m all, always, fay. ever faithfully, lie . . led! , and ....lllg ly, your true Utile wife and llte's tanner. Tin; WOMAN who UNPBftgTAMM An.g..ier loiter, willten the next day, read i know you are Stan. id t. ig to the end ami I will wait patiently (or our day to come 'or oonaa t must we need each oilier. Till-. WOMAN W Ho UNDBaflTANDk BAD WINDS HALT FLIGHT OF M CURDY TO CUBA. K K V WKSTi flm, Jan. 15. L'nfa.ur t ).. a . ,1 t Mi fOIHOOOII i" I v'-'itil ItM tiUiK f Aviator MffCbpoy froin Wi'al tu llavu:i.i. Kvt-r tiling w9 III rtisllntw mmI riui,im jsti'oti hy tu ort tlm ilnuaii In til atrlal vjyjg. 0V t tttvtrt). Uorlll IlllUthlltt lMrt.lll IlilHlea Mi l VJdlH. ill I . l.il .li I II - Holds a Conference in His Room With Terry, Huber and Others in Desperate Effort to End Deadlock. CONTINUOUS SESSION PROPOSED TO END FIGHT. Grady, After Failure to Elect on Joint Ballot To-Day, Suggests a Real Test of Endur ance for Young Insurgents Who Are Holding Out. (Ipeclal from a mag. Correspondent of The Fventna World.) ALBANY, Jan. 2D. The Sheehan forces this afternoon and to-rrlffht msde another desperate enort 10 jet the votes needed to break the Sen atorial deadlock. Some insurgent legislators were called to SheehanVs room at the Ten t-yck. In addition Murphy sent for Sheriff Harvey of Queens County, who controls the votes of Aisemblymen Huber and Kennedy. Among the insurgent legislators summoned by Sheehan wtre As semblymen Terry of Brooklyn, MoDaniels of Tompkins County, Ken nedy and Huber of Queen S, and some up-State members. HAL LOT TU-UA.X IN ALBANY ON SENATORSHIP. tgeaslal io flat fmudag world.) ADUANV, N. V.. Ian. 'J -The vote on the Joint ballot to-day re sulted as follows IlKlliSU.. Henslt. as 9 1 1 1 1 sWr. ratal. as ii beebaa . . . Bhepard Xernan .... Uttleton . . .. Douglas .... OLyaa Oerard O'Brien .... errtok .... Parker Ola Depsw (Kev ) na ai 10 Total vote oaet to-day . Necessary to obotee to-gay. Aboenteee 1S3 07 THE VIZIER Where do the rules of the Democratic organization, known as Tammany Hall, provide lor a Cohalan? - The boss stands by in stolid approval, while the superior-minded vizier orders the district leaders to and from Albany in the conduct of his sinister Sheehan cam paign. District leaders and party workers are without jobs or rnawing small bones, but for the vizier are the fat fees of the Fire Proofing Company, the great patronaqe ol the Surrogate's office, the re tainers of the "interests" and In one $48,000 warrant more than the amount distributed among all the leaders on their only ""dough day." What golden dish ol polit ical pap has Cohalan received to make him forego his own ambitions and use his as cendancy over the boss to further Sheehan's cause? Why a Cohalan? PRICE ONE CENT. -1 Humors era persistent Chat th will be a break In the Insurgsuvt ranks to morrow, but Mis snii-Shtehaa Isaflsss deny these, atorlee and declare that if there la uiv flnj, tr win be from gtoee hai). Tammany leaders are makfcsg avo claims and admit they look for oe teV ine.)let charege in the situation. No inroad was made to-day on one ga ungent ranka tn Oho J.rtnt bsUtot. im.Mally Hheahaa reoetved one sjgna less tttan yesterday, but that waa ae rauae Senator itavn. waa sbeent aM paired with Hen a tor WafnwrJght Thar were no other changes from yeststrdaye vote. After the presiding officer age noiUKag tbet no eeleotlon had waa made Senator Urady suggssitsd that a iate be fixed st wbloh Che Joint rt sal tin begin voting and confirms to vote with out reoesa until a seleotlon Is made. What Grady Propoeea. 'The li. i ..-,' in this Joint seselee) ts deereaalng," said (irady, "and It name to me that It Is about tlma tbat we age tied down tn Ihe more Important OsaaV ness or legislation for which we have been sent here by the people. I wegtt to suggest that thoee who have (be au thority to make an agreement get to gether and decide upon some day when we can meet here and continue ballot ing until we elect a Denstor. If we dud . that we cannot eleot a Senator this year let us find the means to elect ens I next yeai ." When asked what he meant by ths I la-st statement Senator (Irady said: "I am perfectly willing that the- gentlemen wjw are trying to attract the Independent vote by their Insurgent . I should aulaidt their cause lo the pen; j Some of them might no: ..me taacb !' ; ths I.aeTlslature next year, hut that would not make any great difference. I proposed that we settle this thing t ntlll in le -s .u so thsil we ,-nn get down to more Important business. 1 lam willing to sit there and vote ugstil I iv eo iuI in. lit-. The way we r v tin.; now is a wast.- ,,f time. Wo .ii lusi ill delegate the powsr t Mi""- men sn l l.o them carry on this ft ;ii- n le th" rest of us d .Hue real work.'1 Smith Is Willing. ' m do oti think of icnutor Ore. 1 dy's suggestion."' was asked of A. K. wmlth, I 'euio. ta i n- leider of the As -kenitdy, . It Is all rlgl '. We ii iy a- well 4. totuig for a Seuaioi ..h anv other wav His proposal would amount to n tdeahW I u s i! endurance." nevergj Repul l'.a'i m, nui rs said thsj Would is. willing to ado" 8enutnr Ura dy i plan. It prtsal measures , f Obarles l- Mur pb) were to-day Lo t wit i sals b the isrgeuts li .tue known tbat th" tttlglu.il 'vvei.lv maurgenta had idded to their first ironcli. eeeret ngret uient a ptuvlaiui that tt.ey shasj" Hid tOgel I I ai d 111., k all 'anilnai. Hall legislation, l ollowlpg th. an .. in .nut : at I ., i Clerk vii ibg c'euali), a. .is lu.tigati-..