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CALIFORNIAN FOR TITANIC DEATHS
LIGHT VOTE IN JERSEY; TAFT IS HOPEFUL
Weather Stionrcrs Protiutile To-XIsrht or Wednesday.
Weather 9hoTpra prnhable Tn-XIsrht or WedurmUf .
" Circulation Books Open to All." I
" Circulation Books Open to All." I
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PRICE ONE CENT.
ROOSEVELT CLAIMS JERSEY
1 UGH DAY VOTING IS
, LIGHT AND FAVORS TAFT
President Continues Campaign
of Speeches Until the Voters
I Line Up.
TAFT MANAGERS SURE.
Result Will Have Determining
Effect on the Republican
C9r-ll to Tlu Emlnj Wort.! )
TRUNTO.V. tMay IS.-Tho vote at tho
primary election hero to-day was very
light, up to this evening and Tnft sup
porters claimed an advantage, after a
direful cnnvBs. ltooscvelt mon, how
over, declared that the worlclngmcn's
vote to-night would throw tho balance
to the Colonel by a handy maponlty.
The most Important of the Stato Pres
idential primaries lissan with the opon
ing of thV ptilli In New Jersey at t
o'clock this afternoon, politicians asree
that tho rciult In Now Jersey will havo
outcome of tho F.epubllcan National ,
Convention In Chicago,
Should nnofcvolt win a majority of J
the delegates and the four delcgates-at- :
large, It will bo the signal for tr.any
delegates all over the country w'lo havo
been trailing the Itoosevelt band wagon
t climb aboard. And that Itoosevelt
will carry a majority of tho Congress
districts, get a majority of tho popular
vote over Taft and control tho four
dfltgates-at-largo Is conceded by ex
perienced observers. .
"With characteristic stubbornness the
Tatt leaders, speaking throug i former
Oof. Franklin Murphy, claim 2 1 of the
M tOUs of the Stato for the President,
similar cl.il ina uero made In llllnou.
l Pennsylvania, Massachusetts nnd Ohio
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TOUR EARLY TO-DAY.
Col. Roosevelt wound up hli tumultous
tour of the Htate ut West Iloao'.o:i at
J o'clock this niornliiif. Prekldsnt J'uft
continued to cmpalin in southern Nun
Jersey until noon, winding up at Ulan s
boro. JThu polls Wilt bu open until
o'clock at night and tho way Now Jersey
feols about Theodore Itoosovelt ulll be
known to tho world by mUlnlKht.
Although tienatur l-.i Toilette of Wit
consln appealed to tho voters of New
Jersey In many ConRrisi dlnrlcty, It U
not likely that h v.-l.i got any dcic
Kates. The Taft peoplo wy Li Toi
lette will cut lnto'tl.i) Kjudtivi'.t vole,
but' the Itooovelt propio polr.t to Ohio,
where districts In winch 1-a l'ullcito
was supposed to bo t.-jni,-it v.i:;t fur
On the Democratic side Oov. Woodraw
Wilson Is the only camlidato whose
nimo appears on tho ballots. AKa'.nsi
hlhi are dclcsates In each of tho ,wcHo
ConifTees OMrlsU and four dcleRatea ut
llTfe. who ure to i;o to Hulumoro, It
elsctsd, without Instructions. These do
lefates are all conti oiled by the Hiulth
ytl Wilson managers claim at le.tst
twenty of the twonty-ilsht deloK.ttei.
Benator Hioltli's lieutenants dcclaro that
they havo U.o JJ.uto In hand and wilt
get enoujth uulnatructed ilelc,;at03 tu
control tho ilelei;jt!on to lUHImorc
and volo It for uny lundldato but Wil
CoL Jtoosevelt naid lo-d.iy that he hnd
received a jettcr fiom Uov. lllram John
ton of California, In whlh tho lover
nor euld lu would accept the Colonel's
request tu inako one of thn M'-oc!i'm at
tha Chleajo Convention, suLondlns his
nomination, I'oi. Roosevelt fpent the
n eht lu Now lnrU. He s.tld thiit li
would Ktutn to uyjter Hay this ufter
noori. Tho ortner lroldent will remain ut
fiiffsmorn Hill until to-morrow avcnlnB.
when ho ltavei fur (Jettydliur,-. l'a., to
cIiUver a. Memorial Uiy uddresi on the
ljattlo.lcid to tho convention or mo
Ilrotherhood of l-ocoinotlvu llnglneers.
3 Is will leave New York nt 12.1M o'clock
to-morrow ulKht, icaohlnu flottysburi?
.. i oninetc Thursday mornlns. lmme-
Mi.t.iv nfr tnaklni: his nddress he will
j ..... n,.,1 .In,. I.nclf
' jftiarc on in" ini'tin itr .......
s Jl.ll MTi i lnl y llealli H'n.
aiM'l'RiIHlir, Ma.-.. M-iy N"
iijitloii win nho'A'n liv 'ho'iter H. Jor
lia' win mmilensi his wiv three yearn
iiwoi wSien hyfonstd to-'hiy by V. 13.
Ksndsll. hli brolher-ln-law, that tho
Hisprenio Court of the United States
3iart dniddul OKHlust hiin In his uppeul
tm a nUv trial. Jordan may bo re
scnlcrw.5 early next v etU. . .
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Co. (The Hew
JOHN D. NEVER
Oil Magnate Irritated on Stand
at Hearing in Oil Trust
TELLS ABOUT PROXIES.
Signed a Great Many, hut Al
ways Knew They Were
John D. Rockefeller, who was
rvel with a BUtpocna on Mb etrtato
at Poeantloo lut Friday, appeared
thlB afternoon at 3 o'clock in SntnueJ
iTnt.PmvAr' ofl-ic.-. No. 37 Wall
street, to testify about hit personal
participation In tho fight by which
It Is clalmod he and bis associate
i In tho Standard Oil Company trlod
! to pcrpctuAto their control of the
Waters-Plerco Oil Company notwith
standing tho United States Supremo
Court's dissolution decree.
The report that the richest man in
the world would come out of his retire
ment and appear In Wall street had
been buzxod over tar financial district
and Uiure was u crowd of several nun-
,, , ,.., . R .kl.
Trust Compsny Building. Photogra
phers nnd me'jienEor boys mlneled with
brokorn and bank clerks and when Mr.
Rockefeller gjt cut of his automobile
there ira a rush til it made Mm and his
personal' c6insel, Oecrge W. Murray,
step lively to reach the elevators.
Mr. Rockefeller was preceded Into the
Irtrnry, whero the hearing Is being teld,
by Mr. Murray, tho six-and-a-half-foot
Col. It. W. Stuart end Lawyers Fred
erick ClPJer and Austen O, Fox. HI
faco was ruddy with the flush of a
rnao who spends a large part of hli
time In the open ulr, but his forehead
was wrinkled In a sllfrhtly worried ox
proulan. Ho carried a straw hat and
wore u cmy sorgo suit, white cravat
with an emerald Btlckpln. He was
tworn by Refcreo Jacobs.
ONLY RECALLS HE EXECUTED
PROXY FOR ELECTION.
"Where do you live. Mr. Ilockefellor?"
aVkf-1 J-nwyer Untermyer.
"You want my lewl residence It Is
No. 4 West Fifty-fourth street. New
York, nnd I reside at present at Pocan
tleo," he replied.
"Do you recall the circumstances un
der which you slsned the proxies fur
your stock In the Waters-Pierce Oil
"I only recall I executed a proxy."
"Who presented It to you?"
"Mr, Him, at my house."
"Did he explain why 'he wanted It!"
"Do you reoill the names en the
"I du not recall the names."
"Did you know thero was nn Impend
"I think I remember no when I
Hlgned thn proxy I didn't know of a
contest. Thore wan nothing different
from the proxies 1 am signing evnry
"Ho you nlgn everything brought be
"I am In the habit of signing the
proxtoH my secretary brings inn. I as
sume tho coructnens of the proxies
that come from my olflce."
"Is there anybody who tells you Jf
It 1" proper for you to sign these
"No I haven't found any proxies from
my oIlio tent me to elKii worn not rlnht
In B:iy race-It 1h the usual pracedum
for me to blgn,"
ROCKEFELLER BECOMES RR.
TATED ON THE 8TANO,
(Continued on. Utcond. Pif)
The rr PabUslilnsj
Group of Housewives at City Hall To-Day
Who Favor the Erection of More City Markets
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U. S. MARINES WILL PUSH ON
TO THE INTERIOR OF CUBA
Washington Says Island Presi
dent Understahds Situation
and Must Submit.
WXSltlNOTON, May 2S.-The I'nited
States Is prepared to send marines and
bluejackets to the Interior of Cuba for
the protection of American and foreign
Interests where no Cuban forces are
available for that purpose, even though
President Gomez should object to such
It Is emphatically held at the State
Department that American marine and
navy officers are expected to take su:h
measures as become necessary to pro
tect foreign plantations ns well ss
American ones. No forelcn itovernment
has as yet communicated with the
United States on the subject of protect
ing Its Interests, and It Is understood
this 'Government alms to maku such
CUBA OFFICIALLY NOTIFIED
Now tlj't President Taft has replied
to the mesiago of protest sent by Presl
dont Onmez, this Government Is cnnrl
dent that with a clearer understanding
of tho purpose of American military
forces In Cuban waters there will be no
further objection to thn disposition of
ships and men for tho protection of all
Cuba was officially" notified as early as
last Friday that It was tho purposo of
the United, Htates to concentrate
naval force In Cuban waters.
SANTIAGO, Cuba, May 28. A body
of InnurfiontH to-day burned 8,000 tons
of sugar ennn, many car.i and other
property on the plantation of Marcos
Sanches, In the vicinity of Guantsn
nmo, belonging to tho American Fidel
FREE "MOVIES" ARE 0. K.
It la Xi Crime) If Thi-y Accompany
Hie Ilvrr mid Hot Dous.
Free "movies" -with bw mid sas
slngers at Coney Island und other popu
lar summer reports around New York
are In no more danger, test case
decided to-day by Judge Niemann In
Kings County Hupremo Court freed Her
man Wacke who was charged with con
ducting a freu vliow In connection with
his bar at Coney Island, The decision
of to-day reversed that of Maglstrutu
Dodd, who convicted and flnl the sa
loon proprietor JS Mr violating ttiu i'iy
orillr.uiu'ii tlim all shows tmitit hit li
censed, Wacko wnu urrested for a tnJt
of thn law and Its flatlim lu the frto
snows u'.vcn that pi-ople muy bn Induord
to buy drinks while sitting at tha tallies.
Judge Niemann liuld thut a show must
be conducted as a bustneas of exhibit
ing tor a price of admission In order
It) sjpi lUsfleT fhs lav,
NEW YORK, TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1912.
NEW SUMMER CLOTHES
MAKE COPS LOOK SMART.
Military Blouses Dispense With
White Collar, and Whole Rig
Weights 3's Pounds.
The momtera of tho Police Depart
ment blossomed forth to-day In their
new style Summer uniforms, adopted
by a committee of olllcers representing
all branches of the service. The uni
form Is an Innovation, In that It does
away with the helmet whloh has bei-n
a warm weather adjunct of New York
policemen's apparel for many years.
I)luo terpo Is the material of the new
uniform. The blouse has nvo Hat but
tons, Instead of the old round buttons,
and tho collars are high and close, mili
tary style, doing away with tho wnlte
linen collar which has been a Bummer
curse to the, force. The uniform weighs
only thrco end one-half pounds.
Patrolmen and rcrccants wear blue
ergo caps, similar In shape to tho win
ter cups. Inspectors, captains and lieu
tenants wear white iluuk caps. Hmart
nr.ts and trlmness characterize the
In behalf of policemen who bougt.t
uniforms last summer of tho old stylf
Comml.irioncr Wsldo has orderml that
thero bo permissible on tho late tour,
from 10 o'clock at night to u o'rlo.k lti
the morning, until they ars worn out,
The new uniforms cost from J13 up.
GOT HIS LEGS MIXED;
LOST A $5,000 CHANCE.
Doctor Swore He Treated MulhaU's
Left, After Victim Said It
Was Rltflit Limb.
Itecaure his ilortor rcot hh lefts mixed,
John F. atulhall lost a suit for the re
covery of J.I.Wi damatfeii from PutrM
Duffy In the Huprenm Court, lltnoklyn,
to-day, Duffy U thn proprietor of u
earn In Myrtlo uvenue.
Mulhnll rlntmed that Duffy niiulld
him the en years uxo, iiiul so Injured his
right le? that he wni laid up for a Ioiir
time and buffered much anguish, mentil
and physical. After ho had told bin
story, Dr. Cornelius J, O'l.mry was p it
nu thn stand to add thn weight of
medical testimony to the claims of
Dr. O'J.eary told how he had treated
Mulhe-H's leg, Ho describe! the Inhiry
to the Ing with somn dntall,
"Which leg wis It?" ttkkod eounsol
"Thn li-ft log," replied Dr. O'J.eary,
Consternation upiM-ured In thn .Mill
hall camp. Coiuonl for .Mil Lull pro
Jn.'tud himself Into thn rr.:uAlni.
Hut Dr, o'I.eary was positive hn had
louUt J niftiT 'Mill hall's left Ing, nml Mul
hall was miUHlly ixisltlvu It hid been
the right leg, In vlow of thn ooufllstlnv
tatftimony tha Jury brought Jn h v or diet.
In tevor of the df sndat, Oujry, 4
'Housewives' 'League Appear
Before Commission in Hand
Mrs. Julian Heath, president of tho
Housewives' League; iMrs. I.aur D.
Ilurroughs, chulrman of the City Com
mittee of the Federation of Women's
Clubs, and eight other members of the
Housewives' Leaguo appeared In tho
City Hall to-day and went befoie the
special commission appointed by Mayor
Gaynor to Investlgatn Now York's pub -
Kvory member of the little delegation
was richly gowned, but they one and all
declared, that If only the city would
provide ample markets they would glsd
ly sally forth from their homes with
their market baskets on their arms. Just
ns their grandmothers did.
"We want markets," was the burden
of Mrs. Heath's address, "and we want
them without delay. Wo want them In
all the congested districts of the rlty
so that wo can reach them from our
homes, tearing our market baskets
Hpeech followed speach In the ssme
strain, while tho members of the com
mission studied the speaker and esti
mated tho hundreds of dollars they had
paid for their gowns and hats and the
tensatlnn they would create going to
market In tho old fashioned way.
Baseball Scores To-Day
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 2 1
AT NEW YORK.
0 0 10
3 0 2 0
AT ST. LOU 1 3.
0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Minister Dire nt Tlllile,
Thn Itnv. Dr Arthur A, Kln, patnr
nnd founder of thn lJinmatiuel Kngltsh
!Ulhemn ChuMi ut Urwn pla-- and
Orn Hundred and TWrty-snventh strent,
In thn llrunx, droppul dead to-dy itr.
t:m Urwikfast tiihln In his hnma nt Nn.
170 Kast On" Hundred and Thirty
snvwitli sirrU. His wife un4 ten-year-oil
buy y,rti ut tha iWa wIlu.hiBU.,.,
Little Mary-Elizabeth's Heart
Is Broken, 'Cause She Loves
Her Mama, She Does!
Mary Elizabeth Potior, who Is six
years old aud loves her mamma Very,
very much, had to sty ,toodby to that
mamma In the Court House corridor to
day, Mary UlUaborh's heart was al
most broken lu consequence, for she
thought she had tho beat msmuia In tho
world, und her small brain rould not
I understand why a Judge should rule
otherwise. Hut fltiprmno Court Justice
doff declared Mrs. Kllzaoth E. Pot
ter, the little girl's mother, was not the
right sort of a woman to watch over
a dainty little mlto of Innocence lllw
Mary I'lltatirth's pupa Is I.eland D.
Potter, a captcln lu thu Fire Depart
ment, He loo'ted very grand to Mary
ICllzabuth In tils uniform, but she did
not think hu was ns nice as er marnmn,
who has autiurn hnlr and big gray ove,
nnd who ran tell fairy stur.'oa and kit
n pinched finger nnrt make It 'well fo'rfh.
The Potters usol to live at No. K0
Weil One Hundred nnd Sixteenth street.
That was a long, long timn ago, how
ever, for Mary Kllrabeth was only four
or tlva yers old then, and now she Is
quite six, almoet ready to enter school.
Msry Kllzsibeth never could under
stand exactly why her papu and mamma
nere not ns happy together as she
wished them t" be, whleh fact she
used to objerve In wide-eyed wonder,
with Htl'r Diittertngs or fear and nniall
srhe of ivrlif In her baby heirt.
OH, MARY CLIZADETH WAS 00
HAPPY TILL PAPA LEFTI
Finally the time came when Mary's
papi did not visit them sny more, and
Alary misled theso gay times whon ho
took her on his broad shoulder and
jalloped us though hn wern a (Tory steed
and she a dlamond-bedecke'I prlnceso,
on ml for nn enchanted castle to ned n
Hut thn world wan bright, anyway,
for mamma wns with her all tac while,
snd mamma wan moro beautiful und
sweeter than any prlncesu that over
looked out of raotlo tover In the land
Then her mamma fllej e, suit for lib
eration, but 'Mary Kllzabeth did not
know what that meant. And her papa
filed K counter suit. In which lie
charged that Mary Elizabeth's mamma
had done naughty things, which Mary
Kllzabeth would not have believed
no, not even It all the fairies In fairy
land had sworn In the name of spring
time snd the flnwors that they were
Thon another day dawned, and little
Msry Kllzabeth put on her prettiest
white drese and her little bluo hat and
little blue coat, with tho pretty bra.i
buttons, And her gulden hair wns
combed and she wore fetching white
souks and tiny white shots, in short,
Hhe looked JUNt too auto for anything,
And when sho was all dressed up sho
took hor mother's hand and went to a
big dark building that looked as though
(CgaUaurt of) Bewnd Psts )
1,500 TITANIC VICTIMS
PERISHED BY NEGLECT
OF THE CALIFORNIAN
None Would Have Been Lost Had
Capt. Lord Not Ignored Distress
Signals, Chairman Smith
Reports to Senate.
500 OF DEAD SACRIFICED "
TO LACK OF DISCIPLINE
Senate Orders a $1,000 Gold "Medal
Presented to Capt. Rostron of
Rescue Ship Carpathia.
WASHINGTON, May 28. Teeming with eloquence, combining
praise for heroism and scathing rebuke for negligence and cowardice of
the most appalling marine tragedy of history, was the final and ofTidil
requiem to-day In the Senate for the victims of the Titanic. Senator
Smith of Michigan, Chairman of the Senate Investigating- CommUte,
summed up his views of the evidence developed.
That every soul aboard the giant liner might have been saved but
for the indifference, inattention and almost criminal neglect of Capt.
Stanley -Lord and the other officers of the Californian, was the-'most
startling charge Smith bitterly made. ,
"Needless sacrifice" of at least 5oo lives because the "strangely
insufficient number of lifeboat" were
$1,000 COLD MEDAL
SENATE'S AWARD TO
CARP AT III A CAPTAIN.
WASHINGTON, Mny 28. A roU
medal anil tho tlianlts of Con
gress, carrying with It thu prlvl
lego ot "ailmlwilon to tho lloor or
the Hcnnto anil lloufe, wh or
ilorcd by tho Sonnto to-tlny uh
a flttltiB recognition on tho part
of this nation of tho bravery of
Capt. Kostron ot tho Canmthta.
Snnator Smith Introduci-U a
resolution to this etfect ut tho
conclusion ot his npeoch. Tho
mcasuro euloRlrcil tho commander
In glowing torniB for his rosette
of 700 of tho Titanic survlvorn,
and sucrlllcil that President Taft
bo authorized to hnvo struck nml
iircconted to Rostron a nifdal con
talnlns 91.000 worth of gold.
Tha resolution was adopted un
animously. On April 23, Congressman Will
iam Stilzer, at tho BUKKCstlon of
Tho KvonlnR World, Introduced
the following Joint resolution In
"That thn Sccrctnry of Com
merce and Labor he and ho Is
hereby authorized an 1 directed to
have struck off n medal of honor
and award canm to Capt. A, H.
Itostron of tho Bteamshlp Car
pathia for brave and meritorious
"onduct In Bavins tho Btirvlvors
nt tlin shipwrecked steamship Tl
lip'.c." WRIGHT FIGHTS DEATH,
BUT LITTLE HOPE FOR HIM.
DAYTON, O,, May rt, Wilbur Wrlgh',
noted aviator and Inventor, after a
night In which he hovered between ll't
and death, was making ,i lln.il stand
acatnst typhoid at his home hero early
"There Is Utile, if any hope, left fo.
Wright," said Dr, D. II. Conklln. "It
seer.iii only a question of hours mill hii
lemarlnbln vitality shall givo way.'
Wrlaht remained tin .isrioui through
out tho night and was kJU lu a coma
toto state to-day.
Kur all Ctutmai. Cwiir.i, ,atu Amttlda sat
liirsiaas Sttsiulvp Unci. Tuislleri' cjitv-ki 4oi
meutj otilui. Uifiut tni nl ebect roou
seen ml 4sa Bin, 'in iiurm iTtiu.iiiuasa,
Aecslt. RjCt" I Worn) HuilL'sr. M
BetT. N. sT lllejioas Btciasa iOCV, .V
not iiiicu. was also charged.
,inu "laxity of regulation and
linjty Inspection" by tho Uilllsh UoaM
in iraue wero denounced by Smith.
As u tontrlbiitory 'causo he named the
in.llffenjnce of Capt, Smith of the Ti
tanic for Ignoring lie warnings and for.
I'U- tho Tltanle full upi through the
norllu rn wat.Tj. Tnht Capt. 8:nltli had
explaleil hU offense by a heroic death
was Hinlth's trUutn to the dead com
mander. Lack of discipline) among the orsw
ami cowaiMIco of somn of Its members
Indlcittil after the crash una iah.
) HU-'y ariiilgnid. To the two Tltsnla
Mlrelnu operntors. Phllllpi and Ilrlde.
thu sneaker pnhl a slowing tribute He
iium.-,, win. uoiirui of thu rescue
i i irpain,i.
Ill don jiliiclns
tit. Iird nt th raii.
fornlan tho iienatnr said the Titanic '
f MilitH aliyifil. ueru plutnly seen from
i. .f u, ut ins vessel u snort distune:' .
1 America will leave to England the
iha-t simitit of those guilty, assertsd
j the i'liutor. and he uijoted Urltlsh Uw '
. . i -tun th.i: Cap.. Lord n ight bo proa
j ' i.l !.'. ,i .manor.
OTHEn FACTORS OF FATAL NEG
Other conclusions presented, In brief
er U.I fallows '
JJsforo tho Tltanlo depnrtsd on i
her maiden voyage tluro wers no '
' saatclea: tistv of boilers, balk.
I heads, equipment or slTi.nl devices.
Oflioets na.l crew wtra stranrsra
to each othit nu t not familiar with
tho ship's lmpiirucntrj or tools, and
no drill or oUtlon :-ractic took
. placo and no heli-iut aicdmiao pre
vailed. Tho speed or the Tltanlo was 244
miles an hour at the tliuj of the
accident, sltauau'li officers of the
Tltanlo hod been advlaid of the
presjneo of lcabcrs by tiij steam
shljj UalUe, Amtrlka and aallfor-
rasseuffero wtro not advised of
danger, althoucru Prisldsat laniay
of the Vhltu Star Ziino, who was
tahlcjr the vejcol'j inalion voyage,
I wau Informed. Ho general alarm
was glvon nor uy oijraulzid sys
. tun of safety undertaken.
Of the 1,U31 pasaeagsra and 099
members of tho crov aa board
thero was room In tho lifoboats for
only 1,170 persons, and because or
lack of orderly discipline ths boats
took off only 710 persons, twelve
being rescued from tho water. ,
OfJeors of the Wulto Otar lns
"battlod with the truth" after re
ceiving Infumiatlon t from their
Moatrtal oUce on Mon.lay morn
ing following the ccctdtut.
"Wi), of courts, riivojiilwd that
thu ship was ur.cn.- n foreign flag)
but the lives of many of our own.
countrymen had boea sacrificed
and the safety uf macy tad been
pat In grave peril, and it was vtt4 ;
that the satire matter sho old be r
vtewtd bfor u Iswrleit ssikmtss