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MRS. PANKHURST ORDERED BACK APPEALS TO WASHINGTON
C. F. MURPHY TRAILED BY TWO DETECTIVES W Kil'HKR-F WBATHKK Rata to-alahu ir fair and ronUr. I rut Ail EDITION. I I EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. SULZER IS GETTING READY TD QI "PEOPLE'S HOUSE;" GOES FIRST TO MOUNTAINS Albany Surprised by His Statement, in Which He Assails Murphy, That He Was Prevented From Taking the Stand. (Speeds! rom a Staff Correspondent of Tbs Evening World.) ALBANY Oct. IS. William Sulzor who wa MMWd from the office as, governor yesieruay, tumvir'ni . plea House, m he called the Executive Mansion. The effect, of Mr. Sulzer and 1U wife will bo shipped to New York, but they plan to spend a few days ( In the Adirondack before returning to their old home In Second avenue on tag Mt aide. Mr. Sulssr's statement, issued ISft j night, la considered simply a rehash of what he and hli followers have been saying ever since the start of the Im peachment trial. One of the hie asser tions created astonishment here. LAWYERS SAID TO HAVI PLEAO D WITH HIM TO TESTIFY. Mr. Bulier says he wanted to Co on the witness stand but was dlssusded by his awyers. While D-Cedy Herrlck and Harold Hlnmen, of Mr. flu sar's counsel, have no desire to encage In any controversy with him Involving veracity. It Is said that under pressure they would say that they not only advised htm to take the stand but pleaded with him to do so and that he refueed at the last mlnuts. Certainly the Board of Managers was desirous that he should testify In hli own defense, and John B. Stanchfleld. leading counsel for the prosecution, was keenly disappointed when he did not have a chance to cross-examine tlie respondent. Oov. Olynn prepared to-day to move hie office equipment from the quarters on hte third floor of the Capitol which he has occupied since the beginning of the Impeachment proeeedinge to the ex ecutive proceedings to the executive suit on the second floor. The new executive arrived at the Cap itol shortly after 11 o'clock. After his routine of his office work. He met the newspapermen shortly oefore noon, and announced that he would make no ap pointments until next week. He said he still was considering the names of var ious candldatea for his immediate of ficial family, but would make no definite decision until after ho had spent a quiet week end at his home at I dar HlU. PLANS APPEAL TO PEOPLE AS A CANDIDATE. In speaking of his plans for the future, Mr. Sulner Indicates plulnly they will have much to to with the Tammany bugs he blames for his downfall. The man ex pelled from the Governorship by the High Court of Impeachment by a vote ef 41 to l! Is not going Into "retire ment." He has bean offered induce ments to take the leoture platform; 10 became vlce-presldet.t of a great busi ness corporation, with a salary of two and a half times that of Oovernor; to tell of "Murphy rule" In a newspapor narrative or In a book: and he has beon tentatively offered nomination by the Progresses for Congress In the Twen tltth Distil t or the Assembly In tue sixth District He Is not Inclined to (Continued on Second Page) VOLTURNO STILL BURNING. Attoot In the Condition "br Mas When Abandoned r.lght Dare Abo. Capt Jamison of the American liner Bt. Louis reported to the New Vork offices to-day that on his way to this port he ad passed the wreck of the burned Uranium liner Volturno on Tuesday. 1 three daya after the ship was abandoned. Bb was still burn ing, but was no further down by the head than when she was abandoned. The burning steamship had drifted frail latitude SSS. longitude 34.33 to latitude k.7. longitude 36.4, or in a general northeasterly direction Into the mlil ile o the steamship lane. The British Admiralty has aent a war vessel to destroy the hulk. BOY GUNNER MISSING. - gTRATFORDi Conn, Oct. IS Adrift In the lluiisatontc lllver to-day, n small power boat was found with the stern seat smeared with blood. W. W. Hedcll, plxteen years old, had left In the boat to go duck hunting. Hoth barrels ot a shotgun In the boat were empty. The thsory Is that the boy sccldently shot MsJFjA sia boAjr faiiiag varbeas-A J " Circulation Books Open to All" ( serrlgbt. 113. kr to. ITa New ...n....v.tu .,-,,. i mr mc . BY TWO SLEUTHS; t- . , . i.immany uoss Ml a I rap rot I Trailers and Gave Them a Frigid Stare. CAN'T SHAKE 'EM OFF. MURPHY IS DOGGED WHO HIRES Invites Them to Come to His!nd dr-"g "ver the rough neid. as the mot! r watched Mr. Crocker and Home Every Day to Get His Itinerary. Two sleuths, who have been shadow ing Charles F. Murphy morning, noon and night, by automobile an I on foot, may as well retlie, for the Itoss Is wise TIip TammanV leader In a melodramitlc recital to-day told how he had doubled upon two tall, dark, clean-shaven gents, got the number of their auto and the nsme of their agency and Invited the shadows to come around to his home each morning and save their employers' money. Mr. Murphy's thrilling narrative of Trailing the Trailers" with his aide. Phil Donohue, follows: About three weeks air.i the Tumrrun" chief noticed that mysterious figures darted In and out of places where he happened to be. Even the wigwam was not safe from these persons So he and Honohue decided to do a little detective work themselves. They left Tammany Hall about noon, got Into their cir anil went to Delmonloo's for lunch, When they reached Fifth tVSnU . the Murphy chauffeur opened un lha anaaii ,. ' Hut alack, the trail., pju.ni.ti ,' . ilalions halted i. fugitives and enabled the nor-,,..-.. to catch up. At Helm, co's DonobUS turned to see the detectives alight ix block twi) an.i annrosch the oafs BOSS SET A TRAP FOR THE TWO SLEUTHS. After Ian. h the clnof and his aide got in their oaf and rods brlfkly down Fifth avenue. The sleutiis followed Murphy s;upp.-. abruptly at, Twenty. third street. The other .ar halted at Tiventy-secotid .-trei t. Murphy then went to Seventeenth street and turned Into fiat thoroughfare. The other car followed. At Third avenue the Lobh went into the Seventeenth street entrance of S.heftel Hall, a restaurant. The other car whirled by, went up Third avenue a block and stoppnd h the corner. Hardly had It halted when .Murphy and I . .noli He emergod from tho Third ave nue entrance of the cafe and walked dlreotly up to where the two shadows sat with arms folded In tneir car at the curb. Murphy and Donohue looked "'em over" sharply, but failed to recognise them, except to observe that one of them resembled one of the Municipal Hunan sharps. After fustenlng his pursuers with all the frigidity possible. Murphy returned jCeauaasd sa gessoA fM4 NEW RICH COUPLE SEE 8 YEAR-OLD GIRL KILLEDBY PONY Daughter of Frank L. Crocker I Dragged Around Field at Country Home. TOSSED FROM MOUNT. I Mother Witnesses Tragedy ? From Window as Father Runs to Rescue. IHrwIsl to Thr Kroainc Worts ) EAST WIL.L,LSTON, U I.. Oct. 11 Prom a window of his home on hie estate here Prank L. Crocker of the law I firm of Crocker A Wlckes. No. 5 Nassau I street. New York, and Secretary of the Pit ing Rock Club at Locust Valley, watched his e ght-year-old daughter, Faith, exercise a pony In a field close by the house this morning. It was the custom of the child, who was a fine rider, to take a gallop around the fleld before break fast. S.ild...;y the father saw tbs pony swerve and toss Its little rider from the saddle. With a cry Mr. Crocker sprang for the dour and with his butler at his heels raced across the field toward tbs pony whlc.:. frightened now. was dragging the uttl gin over m. sM the ohlld caught fast to the saddle by one foot which had become entangle.' in the stirrup leathers. MOTHER SAW CHILD BfclNG DRAGGED BY PONY. The Ty brought Mrs. Crocker rushlns to the window, and she stood watching In horror as her husband and the butler spi! toward the Hying pony and the tiny lioraewnmAn wh .Me hnrlv Sll huniDlnS the man reached the pony. The butler grabbed it by the htd while the father gathered his daughter Into his arma The little girl was unconscious and as the father ran bsck toward the house he shouted ordera to have a fast aulomobl'e brought out. Almost before he reached the veranda an au tomobile was at the door and Mr Crocker sprang Into it, his daughter In his arms Then began a race to the Nassau Hos pital at Mlnelua, a few mllea away. Mr. Crocker rushed up the steps and Into the hospital crying for help. The little girl was tiken from him and doctors hurled her Into the operating room. The father waited In the reception room, pacing thr floor and torn with anxiety hi less than half an hour he looked up as a doctor stepped Into t le room. Then he sank Into a chair almost In a state of collapse for the physUlon, as gently as possible, told him Faith had died. LITTLfc RIDER'S SKULL HAD BEEN FRACTURED. The dootor said that the child's akul' had been fractured. It Is believed that the frightened pony swung her small body against a fence post as it dashed about tin) tln'd and probably her head came In contact with the obstacle. Faith Crocker wn n famous figure at i Long Island horse shows because of her I youth. She won many blue ribbons with her entries of ponies, which she always roda herself and put through their paces ns no groom could have done. The child was passionately fond of horSSS and had been OH friu-tlous mounts befi re. How she came to lose her seat this morning Is a mystery. Mrs. Crocker was prostrated by the death of her little daugntcr. Faith was the only child of the couple. Football Results. j PfinCt'tOll 1st (Jr. . 0 M Wr. 7 0 24 0 i I i 0 0 7 IdQf Kin. Syracuse 0 Hsrvsrd 7 Holy Cross . 7 Perm 14 Brown .. 0 Ysle Lehigh Cornell . Bucknell. 7 0 7 0 0 0 10 7 tFur Uolf, Racing and Foorbal, Hiults MS fagas Tm Free Feb lark World I. YORK. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, Forcible Feeding of a Hunger Striker in England; MAGNATE J, IN FAST TRAIN CRASH; HE ESCAPES; ONE DEAD nurlinRon Express Smashes Inlo Passenger Local Fireman Loses Life and Others Injured. WINONA. Minn, Oct. It, A had wreck oocurred to-day on the Hurtlng loii ruad at NV.soii, Wis., when north" bound express train No IT, with James J. Hill, the railroad magnate, In his private car at the rear, ran Into a local south-bound passenger train. Firemen KUIutt of lae-ota local, was instantly killed, others were slightly Injured. on the Several Mr. Hill was not hurt. The express train was late an 1 run ning about fifty miles an hour and the engineer owing to a fog failed 10 note the block signal. The local train anat about to take the siding nlo-n (hi en gineer observed tile SgpreSS train rapid" ty approacnlng. He rsvsrsed his engine and Jumped. The conductor on the local was standing on the Ml Plitforin and was thrown some distance, his shoulder .clog dislocated. Tin- gg press msssen gers on lh fast train and a few of the passsngsrs on the local wars more or lags Injured but nana seriously, yr nil was shaken up but not imi.-li l.urt. 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'Jt' ''H Sb. sfcgph - saajsjwsaaB aSiSas Hw-r-K-:-K-H-!-:-:-:-;-:-!-:-H--!-w.j. (111 Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst J. HILL : Ts. If i 1 WA X M III..' .'. 2 as rH - l - l - M - r - ! - '"l - l - l - l - l - l - l"l - I - l - l"l - l"l - l - M AUSTRIA CLOSES OFFICES OF CANADIAN PACIFIC Seizes Books of Railroad Following Arrc-t of Agent on Lmi gration Charge. VIKN'N'A, Oct l. The police to-dny losui the pfflcsg of tho Canadian Pacific Railway t'ompany In this city and tliin.iithou' Au.-intn after impound ing alt trie bOOSIS gttd i irr sp.ouler.ce. This action gss takon as istiusi to tbs arrest on Thursday of Samuel Ait mantti tho oompany'i agent, m connec tion with a charge that he had assisted Austrian! to i v nie toe mllllari sorvlcs by snlcrgtlng to Canada wlibum pass- ports. NEW PORTO rTco GOVERNOR. WAVHtNOTON, 0 t. is -Presldsnt Wilson to day nominated trthur ' aer f Kentucky as Qovsrnor of Porta Itlco. He ggo namel Bills C, Johnson of Washington a toUolur .if Intsmaj Revenue. Loses Jrnrlrr Worth A.Vimui. I'liii.vi'Ki.rin . Hi i is William jie d. lOWOlry sal. "man for J ijott. Iieh of Msldgn lane, .New Vork, is minus I5.U00 this afternoon through. :,n eg hangs ofgajitohel vV'hifs Hulds was making s sah In i downtown Igwslrt stars another drummer deposited s grip i.i t I . Heide s. When I"'' strange." I. fi he took bt wrong gup, wlncn cvn la.a ts,vw WftflA ui aguigis .wias " Circulation Books Open to 1913. 10 - l" KAISER SUMMONS BERNSTORFF FOR TALK Ambassador to Washington May He (.Hiized on Mexicn Situa tion and Tariff Clause. BRRLnfi Oct Is. Court J,hnn llelnrlob von Bernstorff, Oerman Am bas tdor t" the IfnlUd Btalsa, sum monsd by the fjarman Foreign stints tar fjottltab vosi J.ikuw a I pee la non farsnoa al Iho Foreign "W arriv.-.i nero to-day from hia villa In So ithern Usrmany, whore lo has been spi ndlngl his Vgeatlon. During ills tav here tho) ambassador is also to bs rosolvad in I ao Hen. a by Bmparor William. Count Von Herns tor ff ssi,i to-day he, did not know tin, reason for lbs despat lb ,,f no. lummong to him. a bgliovg n, cuirent. however, that tbs sgplanaUonl may be sought in Hi developments in Megtoo whore It la known that the I Osnnan ootony Is uneasy regarding u presiin Situation. AOOlhsr theory g advanced In atgns quartsra whre it is I thought that t o Ambassador may naVn . ..n oriuiiit lo Uerllo to discuai tn pos liny of aoUon ' Qarmasy against tho clause In thS lie United Stale tariff got p-ovldlug for a reduction of five per cent. In the d ales on article! ShlppSj to the I'tilled .states in Ameri can rssssU. -IlltS WUK1.II IKtVfcl. Ill IIRAO. a,.-.u.. I'aiiiui i u.i Ii.oi'iins. U tta Park hj. S. t. Ultf. 'iKksts ... I rrvitlju ft sU ttlf Hrr.n.ili r.utr.i irid rti.titl, aggs jg gQaggal ' i a.. Dhsri weaj t it ugah Hi imij ISO 1M. .ii Mas All." ) PAGES MRS. PANKHURST, HELD FOR DEPORTATION, GOES ON A "HUNGER STRIKE" When She Learns There Is Yet Hope She Gives Up Plan to Go on Hunger Strike and Eats a Hearty Meal. MEETING IN HER HONOR HAS BEEN POSTPONED Stormy Petrel of Militant Suffragism Talks Out Like a Bos n to Uncle Sam. Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, the foremost fightinjf; siiilrajiette of Fnf land, arrived here to-day on the French liner La Province to peak at Madison Sqaure (j.irden to-morrow night. The meeting ha- been post poned until Monday night, An Immigration Inspector ordered Mrs Pank hurst detained for examination by a special hoard ot iiuiiiirs of the Immigration Bureau ot the Department of Commerce, t" decide whether she was an undesirable alien because she had been convicted and Im prisoned abroad for BCls Involving moral turpitude. The board ordered her exclusion. Mr-. Pankhursl appealed lo Washington and dectortd she would "hungewtrike" as long as she wa-. on Ellis Island, The department at Washington hall promised lo admit her to thi country under bond to-morrow so thai -he could appear at the Madison Square Garden meeting In her honor, which was to have been held to-morrow n ijht . Mr-. Pankhurst declared the -trike "It and had a substantial lunch ot good red roasl beet and tomatoes,and potatoes. Sh. said she wanted to teel strong when she appeared in Madison Square (iarden, as she was -tire she would be allowed t d i, 'then the Madison square Garden meeting was postponed from to-morrow night until Monday nijrjit because of the prevailing confusion. Herbert Reeves, the lawyer hired hr I that there was, any m ,ral tfroflg her Mrs. O. H P. Belmonl to take care of I Conduct ami thai her SOU ve.e l:o the Intwests ..f Mrs. I'ankrurst. tele- H' lber political I" Intent and cbgrSOtgr, phoned to Washington and made an en-, HERE'S A HOT ONE 'OR HER easement with Commislonsr Otnsral of i POSERS. Immigration I'amineOI Id dlSCUK the "If rnoouraglflg the brsaklng of win matter of giving hoi,. Is ror Mrs I'.uik- 4owi and the bum ng of houses and -he hurat's sood behavior In this countrj to. Interruption of meetings show aurs1 morrow morning. Mr, Reeves sn,l M, turpitude." she said at one stage of the Pankhurst were joyfully sure that she proceedings, "then your snceatora wh would he allowed to pi-id the ause f thiew the las overboard In Hoe ton h.h- the llrllisn minsani - ... before she was put aboard a French "nor to be seat bs.-k gnrogg the At! tntic Mrs I'ankhurst now wears on her leevea six silver bar, "honor badges." showing that she has sis times endured hunger strikes In prison be. aus of her devotion lo the cause. The Imtiggrntl in oMelala were annoyed by the news of her strike, but Intimated tint they would not resort to "forcible feeding" STARTS IN ON A POOR FOOD FOUNDATION. Her la f'sui to-day, up to the time of declaring the strike, was ll glass of .range juice, which she drank og the deck irf I. a Pro VOI1CS before "he was taken to Kills Island She hail only a roll and coffee for early breakfast. Tue news of her determination not to eat until she was released, and her quick eliango of mind, was brought out of the room In which she la connned by her friend and traveling Companion, Mrs Hheta Child l'orr. who has re. lived permission from Actum Immigration Commlslgoner I hi to re main with Mrs. PankhUNrl un the Island. The hearing before 'he Rogrd of "fe cial In'iulry which was made up of L. P. Htewnrd. A. P. Sehell and S A. Hp- pier, Ingpactors of Immigration, ias,.i an hour and a hglf, Kslthl r her coun sel nor friends were present. .lt.i of denials here and at Washington ihit i,nv special preparation had been ma le for the reception of Mrs. I'ankhurst, he Hoard had before It bundles of clip. pings from itritish newspapers recount Mrs. I'ankhurat's outlniiHts of vl lence In F.ngland and a trans rlpt of 'he re .r Is of tier trials and 1 in p i Isonmen's. Mrs. Pankhurst made spir.ted ivplios to the question of Ibi board, denying I.AJOIK SIIS i.. ... i. .... .... u, I.IJ..1 Joiais MtOiCUa, Out aaas laagsivsaai PRICE ONE CENT. ... irqrsi ..le ere tt,,. members of the Hoard courteous to souf" t. Pankhnrtt was gsksd, after the hearing. They were courteous, mole or less,'' ws. the reply, "I ud not tapscl any especial polltSnSOS from the members of the Hoard of Special Inquiry, I re minded hen, that rtiarles Stewart Par nsU, Michael DaVltt ami John Iteduiond. Irish poUtlcal leaders, who were actually onvl gad under the same Act of Par liament under whlh I was con Icted. ive,,. received here with open arms, al though they destroyed property and we ,. guilty of acts of a poll leal nature and Son rioted by Parliament for them." SHE IS BADLV MIXED IN HER ANALOGY. Those who heard the statement re mrml ered that John Itedmond was never sentenced to prison. Ml. h.iel llnvltt served fifteen year for Illegal exoorta tlons of arma to Ireland, and ''barbe Stewart Parnell was Imprisoned for ci.n splracy to overturn the llrltlsh (Sage smmsn! but that none of the three wei.. accused of crimes of violence. Mrs I'ankhurst, however, kept right on with her aisutiient. "In no Sang, the Jury even passed trong rec immendatlons for mercy, on the gnunda of purity .it purpose. It to me that the Hoard of Inquiry distinguishes lei ween men and WC nen. 1 was .ode st deported oy the ooard boegUgS they held that I wa guilty ot a crime tnvol' ing n ... il turpitude a rime of es 'ltlng to vlolenco. I at" tempted to liow the hoard that a revo lution is going on in KiiK.au I. the same s went on In thli country. I hold U. 1IO.I41 life Sa.'I'ed, alld I never rOOgtgd the takin.- t Human Ufa,'1 What was your object lo coming Atnarl '"" w as asked. 1 come here wall no advice to i. , mv .,.- ... a....... a. . .w wv.. re L 1 ""Z'.TT.