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7f Star. 1 EXTRA i 0 We llife maM. riNAi I OsA SUOl CircuUtion Books Open to AU." I " Circulation Books Open to AIL" I PRICE ONE CENT. r.,uvrlM. I01.1. 4Y The Pre.. PublUkla Co. I The New York World). NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1913. 16 PAGES PRICE ONE CENT. DISMISS COHALAN CHARGES, "BUT JUDGE MADE MISTAKE" Committee Reports to Legisla ture He Should Not Have Yielded to Connolly. NOTHING WAS PROVED. Recommendation Made That Proceedings Be Dropped and No Further Action Taken. GIANTS LOSE ALBANY. July 17. The Senate and Anombly Judiciary Committees which have been investigating the charge against Supreme Court Jus tice Daniel F. Cohalan completed j their repor to the Legislature to-day and found that none ot the causes j alleged for his removal has been proved and that a case (or legisla tive action against the Justice has ot been eatabllahed. deolar, hewerer, ahoaia have re- a t seasal, aaa it was a to have yteidea." Tata dating was on the statement that ta respondent tsetlflcd that settlement was made by IrfJn for the purpose of ga-eUiag. publicity It we recommended by the com-1 smlttee that the proceeding be dU nlaaed and that no further action be taken by the Legislature. The ealr negative votes in the com mittee were cast by Assemblymen John Teo Sullivan of Chautauqua mid Charles J. Vert of Clinton, Republicans. 1 according to the report. The motion declaring It to be the sense of the com- j nittse that luetic Cohalaa should not be removed from omYo was carried .laanimotisly. Mr. Sullivan not voting. DIFFICULTY IN ROUNDING UP MEMBERS. While the majority leadera had diffi culty In rounding up a full house mem bership, It VJ eapected that the report would be presented to the bOflalatttr )te to-day. Held under a close call of lh Hou, ' the member of the Assembly who had replied to the summons of Speaker Bmlth to be present to vote on the re port learned to their sorrow that the Intention was to keep them togsthsi until the Ni-rgcaiil-at-Ann and his a--istants hid rodndad up the ahoantao. Hneaker Smith suid this might take all day. but he thought It only fair to UlOM who had ROOM bare that those, who had Ignored the order ihOUld be haled before the bar of the Home for punishment. Early INI afternoon over twenty Democrats and two Republican were missing. Tht report, which Is addressed "To! the (senate snd Assembly," first reviews the circumstances surrounding the pub-1 AT NEW YORK Ft ST GAME. 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 ST. LOUIS 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 llatterles- Frointne, CranJnll and Meyers; Harmon GIANTS WIN SECOND GAME. 00200000 ST. LOUIS 00000020 llattctlia -liemar, c and Meyers; Willis', Wlngn and Ito.i, 0 - 0 - and Win go. TWO SAFES BLOWN, MRS. TATUM HELD RIFLED OF $20,000 IN $2,000 BAIL ON IN GOLDAi GEMS SISTFfSCHARGES Armored Door of Loft Ripped Grand Jury to Take Up As- Like Orange Peel by Ex pert Cracksmen. sault Case Against Rich Cotton Broker's Wife. ENTIRE STOCK STOLEN. LOVE NOTES DICTATED. 0 - !..! J 1 - . I ' J t Unn , t- I , . i" rata Kjmy uiatovcrcu mwi accusiiie weiauve les uies Owner Opens Shop Two she Declared Affection for Other Safes Blown. Peters Under Orders. BROOKLYN LOSES AT BROOKLYN 0 0 0 o Mntter.ru. 0 0 3 0 PITTSBURGH 0 10 0 2 Kagiin and Miller; Hoblnson. Ilcndrlx, 0 Simon ami Coleman AT CLEVKLA. HIGHLANDERS WIN 6 1 O Battorloa o ScllUlU iUld lloSSel O. 0 0 o CLEVELAND 0 0 10 o KahlOfi Cuiiup and O'Neill. o - 0 - 1 GIANTS 0 IVIDE PIRATES FINISH A squad of burglar working as coolly as mechanic at their be-he. blew two ssfes In trie factory of Hosenbrrg Daniel, BtanUfaotUrlni Jewelers, on the top Door of the nine-story building at Nos. 213-217 Grand street, tried to open two more and then. MBS) lag satisfied with the findings in one of the stron boxes, walked sway with more than 120,1.00 worth of gold, diamonds and other precious stones. While this gang was working some time last night on Orand street another flock of the jimmy-men was at work on th ssfss of lh Harrison 1c cream Company, "at No. S odarc' Ote. sm the other side of the Bowery. Th men wer "pikers" compared with (h BROKER'S WIFE WHO IS HELD IN $2,000 FOR BEATISG SISTER. 'Mieclat I The E.tnlng w til l AND KM, N. Y.. July 17. -Justice of the IVa ee t". II. Johnson, al the conclusion of tile hearing of the MM of Mrs. John (.'. Tatum, of New York, for assault on her sister. Miss Katheryn Mac Arthur, held the defendant for the (Irand Jury In f ;, liail this afternoon. The charKC Is assault In the second de gree. Hall was furnished by Mrs. Tatum bush mil. a wealthy cotton broker, and the Orand Jury will take up the case In October. Mis MacArthtu, sYbaM fl rct exam ination was conducted In Hi hearing last week, was cross-examined to-day hy Terence McMauus, counsel for Mrs. Tatum. Mr. McManus tntroduce.il two DOUBLE HEADER STRONG IN GAM WITH CARDINALS E AGAINST DODGERS Tail-Enders Put Up Stubborn Take Winning Lead When it Battle St Louis Players in Looked as if Brooklyn Hist Hxht on Field. Had the Victory. SECOND GAME. BROOKLYN. BASEBALL GAMES ti.isiM upon Ah!" ic.a! b..i which or Cotu.nlltt! of A. Connolly, a New York contractor, to the effect that Justice Coha.an, be fore Ills elevation to the Dnch, aecapUJ afty-Ar per cfiit. of lh profits on city work he obtained through his political influence for the Victor Heating Com pany, of winch Connolly prMeni, The allegauons Vr th which the New Vork Uur preferred the charges, heard by tne. Judiciary the Uenste and Assembly. Aseordlag to tu report, Connolly Aid .01 come bafor the joint coauun t "with even a suggestion of any proper motive, but was actuatsd by iroUTss of revenge baoaua of tn fail ur. of the respondent to accede to ul wtake la tb matter of employment." Concerning the tontraot enleieU Into between Connolly and the New fork World by which Connolly was to r euiva 11.000 In oata an.l . I Uloyinclil for three years at felHU a yur. tn report , aays; "Th contract Is Import at as showing the unuerij itig motives ior counoiij activities In atte npting 10 prove charges. With these considerations in mind sta tically no ie..ilit Whatever can be given to any statement of Con nelly gOPI so far u the same Is corroborated by pompetonl evidence." Th oaotBtltt declares that there Is no evidence to how that Cohaliin 0IANT8. Moron.' o o l o o R. H. PO. A. E. 1 Cuishaw. 2h 0 0 2 3 d Bjms, II 0 1 0 0 0! Meyer, rf. ...... 0 0 3 1 I HertOI, 3b I 1 2 3 0 Wheal. If . ' 0 13 0 0 Fletcher, ss 0 I 2 2 2 i)tuhcrt. lb I I 8 0' 0 Doyle, 2b 0 I 2 2 I Smith, ib I 3 0 I 0 Merkle, lb ... I I I 0 Hummel. villi Murray, rf 0 I 7 0 0 1 o. Miller, c 12 9 0 1 Meyers, c 0 2 3 I liRigon, p 0 I 2 0 Snodgrass, cf 0 0 2 0 01 Pitcher o 0 0 0 0 Ueinaree. p I I 0 0 Yingllng tl 0 0 0 0 Marquard, p. ...00000 Crandall 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 3 10 27 10 3 - - - Plchr batted for O, Miller In nth. Totals 3 9 27 9 3t Ylngllng ran for Hummel la ltd, Crandall batted for Uomaro. In Ith, HTTSBUROH. ST. LOUIS. R. H. H). A. E. R. H. PO. A. E.j Byrne, 3b 0 2 3 3 0 Magct, lb ... 00200 Ctrty, if , .01200 Cth rs, H ..0 0 0 0 0 Kommert.. vf 0 I I 0 0 Hlldebraud.il.... 0 0 0 0 U Butler, ss 0 15 10 Mowrty. Ib... . I 0 4 I 0 J. Miller, lb 0 I 10 I 0 Ibitteii. !., 2bV I 2 I S 0 Wilscn, rf I I 2 0 g Konoieby, lb o i 10 o o viox, 2b 21010 Evans, rf (10 6 0 0 Simon, I I I 4 3 0 flngO, C. cf . ,, 0 0 3 3 0 Coleman, c 0 0 0 0 0 KobOrfttC, (I 0 I) 1) 0 Robinson, p 0 3 0 10 O'Leaiy. M 0 I 0 1 0 Hendrix, p 0 0 0 2 0 bailee, p 0 I 0 1 0 Clarke 0 0 0 0 0 Hyail 0 0 0 0 0 Totals ... 2 5 i26 12 0 - - - ... (Twu when winning run wan caret Tottto. ......... 4 12 27 12 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE. AT BOSTON. IT1UST UAMK CHICAGO 0 0 0 0 I BOSTON 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 Hattertes Hmith, Mcble, laud Needham; Tyler und Harldeu atiCUNU 11 kUi. AM, fJNI off by 1 1 'lark Hyatl SIMM. VltV I'Olt KI'illT HAltT INNIN'IS Kirst H:ih.. on Halls Off Hultl I, DeinarM 1. struck uut-ity Halle i, hi Marquard I. ThreeBae Hit Dmari I o(f etendrln, I, stru?k out by Hobinson, Meyers, vv tutted. 'Two-Bass Hlt-Uurn. it; bt Ragon, 4. Two-base hits--o Mm r rirt att,-l Si 11 In the elichth. batted f iiobinsiii in eighth, Sl'MMAItV ase on baIIOft Roblaion, 1 Stolen Base chy. Umpli -Kltchr, Hersog, Konct Kaon not Brsnaan, (iHcitl ' 1 Tie BrsalM "i'ii POIiO QROUNOM. Na)W YoltK, July 17 Whin the second game of the the crowd I1.1J In Teased agreed to use his political Influence to dOUblhadl began with the Cardinal procure work lor coruioiiy s icioi 1 Heating Company on a percentag basis. ; "Itepalr work of this nature," tho re age say, "hi sums of less IBM I1.MD (J), HtDlsn liases Meyer. .1 M.lln. Vhea:. Hit by pit her Simon. em pires Klm and Ortb, Attendance 1,000, 'ieii la Th Rtsalsg World. I BUBRTH KiKl.h. (MIOOKX.TN Continued on Tenth Bags to lS.iWU ami 1 IT I b Continued on Second Pag.) World "Wants" Work Wonders. folu I -Thi- PltUhurgh I'll . ites. vv 1 1 1 hav 11 plajlllg wonderful ball for the last weeks, caine here to-day for a sf s tCuotiuusd ou Teulb l'ag. 1 n Its' factory, an.l Wh'Ch lis a selling place at No. 37 Mat n l.ane, came to the Orand street liullding iefore seven o'clock this morning, and wss tsi.en to! the ninth floor by John Stamps, the I elevator man Joseph Tsswell. enuiner of the build. Ing Who bad come to work a few min utes before the Jeweller, did not tell M". Daniel thai hi had found the front dOOT I of the building unlocked, Taaweil hud not considered that fact at all alarming, believing that he himself had forgotten to lock It the nl.tht before. 8EE3 HOW THE ROBBERS I GAINED ENTRANCE. 1 When Daniel stepped out of the ele- ' vator at tlie ninth floor, he saw some thing that sent his heart into hi throat, j Th? front ddor of the big inanufartur ! ;ng loft was open. It was partially de stroyed. The heavy itetl sheathing on the outside of the four Inches of oa5 had been rolled back from the luck liki th skin of an orange, a hole had been cut around the lock and the heavy Fox j lock Itself had been forced. Daniel rushed Into the I. extension of the workroom, which faces Elisabeth 1 street. There stood two of the firm's four safes open, and before one of them , was a great pile of empty trays, : shelves snd small strong boxes, their. covers pr.ed open. One of the safes, nine by seven by three and one-half CH1CAGO- feet In dimensions, had contained izu.uuq unrih fit eotnnleted Mtnelc (1i.ifiii.nrt rings and stick pins, emerald cartings, BOSTON necklace, Ac 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Another safe nearby, three by two Batter. s-llumphrey and and a ha f by two feet In size, had als ; I'rrdue and Karldeu 11.11 'IS (lours niun open, .touiiug uui the firm's books and papers were In this tat and these the dlsguisted bur glars had pulied out onto the floor. In too larger of tbeie two safes 110,000 worth of unset gems, gold, plat ;nnm and other precious metals reposed. This th burglar had tried hard 'o get. They nad first knocked the tops off th hinge Bin and tried to fores these down and out af the binges Thst fall ing, they had burned through With an axy.acetylen lamp the two-Inch steel bur across the front of the saf doors But even at that their work was In vain; the lumpier would not answer to their lingers. The smaller of th two safes was open. I though tne buigiJrs gjiq uoi Know It, and , untamed ruining but tnu jewellers dies Th ycggmi'ii started to bure into the door of IMl one. bui gave up their task betore finished. ,ey left behind them a four-foot sec nonal Jimmy, a dozen bits In a pall thst hnd contained .ce to i.eep the temper if gf steel, four Has .lights, a d 'Sen dry bt lerles lor touch. ug o.. the sp.uk .11 hl explosions, a "can opener" or safe i utter .ltd tom mlnOI tools-, n all the tnosl comprehensive outfit of burglars' InsPleUlvnU ln In a long time . , w . . 1 tyByrMpaiy 0 ! WILSON STANDS FIRM; HE WONT BE BLUFFED BV MEXICAN PLOTTERS President Will Uphold the Monroe Doctrine, It Is Announced in Washington, but Shows No Signs of Being Panic Stricken. NO FOREIGN PROTEST HAS REACHED CAPIT.AI, -irana sireet opersnves; tney ieo ' letters, wl.l-h the witness admitted she ISO from the rapped sares. tia(, wrltt,, telling of her love for Bernard Daniel, one of the partners fMyu paura, whom she afterwartl r. In the firm of Uosenbers Daniel, , .,.,,, ..... w,.A,.lh, .,.1,1 ., .,. 1 or ine leuers was written at the OIClKi I Uan ot her sister, who wanted her to marry I'eters, and beat and choke I her , when she refused. .Mist; .Mason was .luestioned about 1 Dr. Mason, who in hi. I, I to bave bOOn I pfOferrad to I'eters In her section. Sh said her inollser never objected tn the attentions Dr. .Mason was paylnjt her. BvldonoO was introduced to disprove 1 be assertion of Mrs. Tatum that Dr. Mason In a married mini with children. It was testified by Dr. V. W. McKorland of Jamaica, 1.. I , that Dr. .Mason In a widower and never had children. Another witness wan Mrs. Robert T. I'arrlsh of Hhaverstow n. .-it whose home the aliened ansuull occurred on July I. RICH WOMAN LEAPS FROM WINDOW TO DIE Mrs. Tracy l.ewb Springs PfOffl Sick Out 01 Fourth Story. Mrs Tracy Lewis, a wealthy patient In Miss Amy I'atmore'a private aanl tarlum at No. 134 West Seventy Mis! , street and the wife of a rubber she manufacturer of ..eacon Pall. Conn, to-day Jumped from a fourth floor win dow to the stone paved areaway below. Hh died instantly. The two nurses, Mission IMtth Wyckoff and Mary Solatnnnd, happened to b away from the sickroom In an adjoining room at the same Hat to-day The pa tient, seeing her chance, leaped from bed, ran to the stulrway outside her room ami up two Mights to a vacant bedrOOm on the fourth Moor. Into this she dftfted lust a one of the pursuing Present "Situation" Said to Have Been Framed Up by Diplomats in Mexico, Without Official Backing. , Bf Samuel Af. rVIHtemg. ateS OoereeyoMea of The areata WssrU.) WASHINGTON, D. C, July 17. President Wilson sees do ntwi to change his attitude toward the Mexican Government. He will not bt stampeded by the present excitement into recognition of the Huerta Gov eminent nor allow the United States to be led into any form of Inter vention at the behest of financial interests. It eea be aathoritawrely aa HIGHLANDERS WIN Daniel, rf Wolter. cf Cree. II Knight, Ib Pcckinpeugh, as Hamell, 2b.. .. Midairr, 3b Gossttt c Schulu, p . . HIGHLANDERS. R. H. PO I I 0 I I I I I 0 V 2 0 I 2 0 2 0 I A. 0 0 0 0 4 I (I 0 e. 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 l 10002 liresnahan 10030001 16 0 0 1 Needham; 1 0 0 4 Clark, AT PHILADELPHIA. riBDT UAMB. CINCINNATI 01 10000002 PHILADELPHIA 2 0 0 1 Hatlerle Atne Alexander and Kllllfer SKCOMJ IJ4MK CINCINNATI 1 300300102 -9 PHILADELPHIA 00000020 0 2 llatteries- Johnson aid Kliug. Seat'ifi. Uayer, Marshall. Killifer and llowlay 0 and Total. 7 10 27 II Leibold, si Chapman, Johnston, Ib nurses riNtclitMl fur her nightgown, and she lor-keti the door behind her. Joseph Vestman of No. 210 iCaat On Hundred and Third street was passing Jackson, rf. th sanitarium al that moment. He was horrtfled to see a white-gowned woman push open the window on the fourth Moor, climb to tlie ledge and leap out. AMERICAN LEAGUE. 7 II F unlit l TKAVKI. Ul HKAU, Aitsdt I'UIUMI Uuiitiiog a g I'SIS Bo N Y. Cur. lickets sisi rskiv.ttuus .Is tU fea.ts'M- ll.rnniri. t . :i ., . I rittitn AUtr1"o I Ilm. CI'! IMNM lej Ivsnatr .as r.U Ul e l f . jnivs'St M AT CHICAGO. PHILADELPHIA 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 CHICAGO 0 0 1 0 0 4 Hstterles Husb and Lapp; chalk 0 12 W '..'t .in 1 MELLEN WANTS TO QUIT NEW HAVEN RAILROAD? Keport in Huston He Has AkeJ lo Be Relieved as President and Director of Company, IIO8TON, July 17. Th Transcript thl afternoon says: "President t'hirles H. Melleii of the New Haven road ha asked the aireoton to relieve him from any further ofticlal connection with that toad. BjthOf as I'reshlrnt or member of the Hoard of I erectors, aicordlng to a reliable statement made to-day. Th" matter Is being considered In New Voilt this afternoon at the. regular uartery meet.ng of tlie diist.tore, whi continued to-morrow.'' Lajoie, 2h Turner, 3b Kyan, II Birmingham If O'Neill,!. Kahler p Cullop p CLEVELAND. R. H. PO 0 I 0 0 0 u 0 (I 0 0 0 statiinaa aatag, t that eja eaMally vMjgf I I 0 I I I 0 0 I I) 0 I 3 12 I 3 0 J 0 4 0 0 I 27 it t in 0 4 0 0 s 4 0 0 HJ In 7th AT ST. LOUIS. WASHINGTON 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 ST. LOU1S- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 li.ttterl.s Kngk aid Item, and Ago. 0 I 0 0 W ell. nan MAN FROZEN TO DEATH OR KILLED BY A FALL Hugo Metsner. assistant n1n,ssr of the artlti 1 1 le plant at ltoehatr and I Atlantic avenues, Brooklyn, was found Idea I to-day lying on tons ot Ice In a storage iism on tlie OwOf goOf of tbe I oulldln Tbe hodit mmm fro ago sun, t,ui an autopsy will be nec ssnry to d, ter inlne if ileatli aaa caosed by freezing. Tbe anrgeons think be fell and struck on hi head at tbe bottom il th 1 tint. and fractured his skull, in nis helpless gvudUioB ho nwcumbed ty U uogL that bo foreig gee addressed say llploasatle lagHg or Protest to th VaiteO ateteo r garuUg it ottttaa toward an. tee. Vajjuaaaa 4nmMt ntsaieo City sag rarlea capttala stattmg that foretga gfe rmmeasa bar oa a are . IML oat foaadauoa. a eaalo frees aar Ua say. tbe Oeraua f aSrt sake dental of the refOOta. According to Information reoelrag ta Washington, what ha happened wag a transparent attempt to frsmo-og gfj emoarraaslng situation for the U Mate, t'.rtaln diplomatic rag tatlves of othr government in Mexico fit y. laiuaUr aaa aot ier unt a oats rorarameata, dl4 iiii"melal representation to th I I can Ambassador concerning oar ettl- 0 ,uJ TAKES FIRM STAND AOAINST HOSTILE MOVI. President Wllion hss set himself arts, ly against all th varied Influence tv devices that are being exercised to I sod the United states Into any hostile mere towaid Mexico. Kvery manner ot at tempt is oelng mad to force hie hand, hut without avail. The summoning of anibasisdor Wil son for oonftrence in Washington I ant to bt considered as any weakening of the prevailing policy. Bo many coa fllctlng reports from a great variety at sources, private and offlolal. are atlS Into the White House and Htale Depart. lU'iit that the President delrfl to over them first hind with th sador an.l alft out the truth. Another fact that aaa he with aathorlty ta that the Ooetria la aot to bo Thl Oorernment will gtgajjgj a firm bat polite attitude aad aot allow Itaalf to b atthar or paalcatrlekaa la regard to leo. No event of a critical nature have o. curred in that country recently to warrant any change in the Administra tion s c onsistently man talned attitude. The preeent eaalieaseai i regarded i oRlcial Olnalag as being merely a tem porary ttar, up, not dissimilar from th many that !.... occurred the list two liars arhll affairs across the Hla yboara, a to 1 aad , Gran, la have been in a disturbed slmie a to 8, art; Stakle, 7 to 10 for place, thing are expected to .julet down again seccna; mud toira. Tim, 1.90 4-S rOUBTXt BVACB Water tary. 4 to 1, a to 5 aad T to 10, first; Vollday, e to 8 for plaes, ooud ; Any Tim, third. Tims, 1.00. riFTK tutCB ataltbts, e to 1 aad a to 1, art; ahaanoa Mdrer, a to 6 for place, second, Octopoe, third. Tims, ; .ia. SIXTH BACK Monmouth. to 5 1 aad 1 to a, nrt; War lord tc 5 for , place, coadi Ford agal, third i.it i-a. Total I ' lllrmlnginim hatted for HI'MMAIlt PI rat Basa on Halls Off Hchultx 1. off Kent t Htru. k Out By ahaiaj .1, iy Kohl, r 1, hy Cullop 1. Two-Base lilts Knight. MtdkllY, Pecitlupnugh. Stolen Mises-. Daniels. Crer. Double Plays Hartgall to Pecklnpaugh to Knight; Turner to lajole to Johnston, Chapman to isijole to Johnston. Wild Pitches Kohler Umpires O Doughlln an I Hlld. brand. Attendance, 1.00U (For Details ae Bag 10). BELMONT PARK RESULTS. FIMT gtAOS. Flask, 0 to 1 aad 8 to 1. Urati alary Warren, area for will i,- place, oeooaa; Otepatlty, third. Time, l.o i-a. aBCOBTD BAOSI War mora. to 1 aad a to . aret; Ballaka, a to a for place, second i OsJthurst, third. Tim. Willi ut serious trouble CE R MAM UkiMES TAKING A!Y ACTIOS OS MEXICAN I HI SIS, BIIHUNi July It Tho Herman For eign OfBct dented to-day that Oermaay bail de nandad that the I i. .ted stale Uovramui protect foreign Inbsreat a I In Mexico. t Uttmauy, it we dolard, aad aa