Bethlehem Steel Rises 29 Points in Sensational Flight
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MARY GARRETT'S MILLIONS
ISO TO MISS M. CARY THOMAS,
PRESIDENT OE BRYN MAI
tighter of Late Railway
Magnate Had Fortune of from
2,000,000 to S 15,000,000.
BENEFICIARY A FRIEND.
Money May Be Used in Part to
Carry Out Miss Garrett's
BAL.TIMOHE. April 8,-MIss M.
Cary Thomas, President of Dryn
Vlawr College, Inherit, uncondition
ally the bulk nC tho cstuto of Miss
.Vary Garrett, who died at IJryn Mawr
last Saturday. Tho will was pro
bated here to-duy.
Ho Intimation of the value of th
estate Is Riven, hut it Inui boon
variously estimated at from :,COO,000
Miss Garrett, daughter of the late
John W. Garrett, who was President
of the Baltimore and Ohio Ilallroad,
was known as a shrewd business
Woman n well as a philanthropist.
She helped her father build up his
feat fortune by serving as his con
fidential adviser, although officially
he toeld tho title of "private sccro
Ury." While engaged tn many hi busl
Dis deals, Miss Garrett still found
time to engage in charitable work.
One of her biggest enterprises was
(0 found tho Bryn Mawr Preparatory
School in Baltimore, where poor girls
re prepared for college.
As one of the alumnae of Bryn
Mawr College of Pennsylvania, Miss
Garrett was deeply interested In the
welfare of that institution.
President M. Carey Thomas of
Bryn Mawr woe one of Tier most In
tlm'ata friends. It was to President
Thomas that'MIs Garrett went wn?n
the sought advice as to proposed
benefactions. It Is generally believed
he has left her fortune to President
Thomas, with tho understanding that
part of It Is to be devoted to Bryn
Mawr scholarships and part to the
Baltimore preparatory school.
Mies Garrett has founded several
fellowships at Byrn Mawr. The first
of these, known as "the Mary K. Oar
rett European Fellowship," was
joundod In 18!H, and was for studonts
who had pursued graduato .studios at
Byrn Mawr for two years. Tho
Mcond was callod the "President's
Fellow," In honor of President
Thomas. It Is an award of J100 unuu
(Continued on .Second Pago,)
An American Subject !
Thit line o' type looks peculiar,
Kingdoms have "subjects," but over
here in the "lan.l of the (ree and the
borne of the brave" we have citizens.
And yet there Is a great American
subject" of talk, thought and of ut
THE SUBJECT OF EMPLOYMENT!
And It Is with this subject that World
fds. deal to a marked degree.
WORLD "HELP WANTED" ADS. LAST
Mtfr Than AM. the 11 CHUBB Nrw VotU
Msrnlnr snil SiiihI.it Kendiaueri
A SUBJECT WORTH YOUR
ttllYS MAWR PIIESIDEST
WHO GETS MILLIONS OF
MISS MAIiY GAIlllETT.
; i t
PROHIBITION BILL GETS
FINISH BLOW IN SENATE
Howard-Jones State-Wide Measure,
Shelved in Committee, Now Re
garded as Dead.
ALBANY, April 8. The Howard
Jones State-wide prohibition bill to
day Is regarded as dead In both
houses. A week ago the Assembly
recommitted It, and to-day the Sen
ate refused to discharge the commit
tee Irom further consideration of it.
The bill would permit communities
as small as eloctlon districts to hold
local option elections.
Tho vote on discharging the Bennte
For Dennett, Uurllngame, Crist
man, Grolncr, Hill, Jones, Lockwood,
15. F. Thompson, (5. . Thompson,
Whitney, Wilson 11.
Against Argctslnger, Hoylan,
Urown, Cromwoll, Dunnlgan, Bmor
son, Foley, Halllday, Hamilton,
Joseph, LawHon, Mills, Mullan, Now
ton, Norton, P.itton, Kamsporgor,
Huge, Sandors, .Spring, Towner, Wag
nor, Walker, Walters, Wicks L'.V
Senator Jones, who Introduced tho
1)111 and sought to hnvo the Committee
discharged, declared on the door that
for more than a week ho had been
striving unsuccessfully to Induce Son
ator Kmerson, Chairman of tho Com
mittee in which the bills tests, to
havo a vote on tho measure. Senator
Emerson only (milled at Jones's ro
marks. .Several Senators opposed discharg
ing the Committee until u otu twis
GANG TURNS ON POLICEMAN.;
A tint It Him In tYllur W'lirn I It-
Weill Alter IiiniiIIitn uf Woman. .
A young woman who i-alil Mic wat '
Annette t'cdlach of N". 417 KaM Seven- ,
tleth Street appealed to I'.itrolinun
Thomas H. Kuril, on IWed post at Seven- 1
tleth Street mil Flr.it Avenue, to-d.iy,
tn piotert her firmi the IiimiMn of n
King that liml follnuod her. The in1 in-1
lic-s of the gang wm- point' il i.iii .ml
Ford Marled In pin-Mitt. The nun ran
Into u nimby lellnr ainl l'onl Marteil
in pursuit A' tin iiollei in.in groped
about In the dark, one oi tie' gang
htrurk him to the lloni' with n rhalr.
Thin they eeaped.
Dr. Veiulerbom nt nf Iteeepttnn linn-
ill In I huh uumiMoii.jil mul loainl ttiat
.'ord had received a broken right hand.
ARMY REPORTED CUT IN
Wild Scenes as Non-Dividend
Stock Hits Par for First
CLOSING PRICE IS 1()5.
General Motors and Rubber
Shares Also Go to Higher
Iletlileh'-m Steel stock ran away
with the. mnrltot this afternoon, and
the Stock Kxchungn was wild with
excltemont. Starting tho day at 8S.
Ilothlehcm started a steady rlso of
29 points, touching high water mark
of 117H before the close.
When tho stock reached par on the
wny up thero was cjieering and ex
citement on the tloor. but tho scenes
were mild compared with those, during
tho snnwatlona! skyrocketing which
camo later, when fluctuations of live
points between sales wero frequent.
Aftor touching the high point it re
acted and closed at 105,
Thero wero many rumors to account
for the extraordinary bulgo. In somu
quarters It was said that a group of
speculators had been csught short of
the stock and were being squcezod
Another teport was that, despite
the statements of President Schwab,
adverso to dividends, a melon would
bo cut In tho form of a 100 per cent,
dividend on the common stock.
Up to the present Uethlchem Steel
has not paid anything on Its com
mon. Leadei'H of the Stock Exchange
looked with disfavor upon tho wild
speculation. They said It would have
tt tendency to scare away legitimate
Investors and that tho public would
be wary about coming Into a market
Seldom has tho Exchange known
a non-dlvtdeml paying stock to reach
par, even In days of wild speculation.
It Is now moro than fifty points
above United Stntes Steol common,
which llkewlso pays no dividend.
Although tho Bathlohom Company
has made enormous profits from war
orders during the past six months,
President Schwab Is against cutting
a melon for stockholders and Insists
that the money shall be put back
Into the plant and debts paid off.
Standard, securities like railways
and old time Industrials moved only In
fractions to-day, while tho spocu
latlvo group of war stocks Indulged In
high kicks and capers,
General Motors went up nine points
to 143. It was 80 on Jan. 1 last.
United States Itubbor and Goodrich
Itubber both climbed up tho scalo to
YONKERS MAN MISSING.
J. I'mlrr .Iriikln niHiiriir unit
I'ollee enreh for Htm.
J. Foster Jenkliu, a io.il estate broker
of Ynnker. flfty-flvo years old, hat
hern miming ulneo yesterday. Chief of
Police Wolff of Yonkers risked the local
police to look for lilni tn-dsy.
Mr. Jenkins luft his residence at No,
SI High Street for bin office nt No. 3
Palisade Avenue at S o'clock yesterday
morning. Ho took 550 from tho office
safe and Informed his clerks that ho
was going to the Federal liuildlng, New
When he did not return to Ills home
Inst night, for tho first time In thirty
ynrs nf married life, his wlfo Mnrted an
Imestlg'itlon and found he did not call
.it the Fedl l'll llulldmg .
STEAMSHIPS DUE TO-DAY.
Santa Mart, Criitobal 10 A.M.
Pacific, Tyne 11A.M.
WELL VICTIM S BODY
FOUND; MAY HAVE
Woman Thought to He House
keeper Has Papers Showing
They Were Married.
HAD ANOTHER WIFE.
Man of Same Name Arrested
for Stealing Torpedo
After pollen reserves, firemen and
laborers of tho Liuildlng Department
had worked for more than seventeen
hours they brought out of a caveil-ln
well In East Fortieth Street, Flat
bush, to-day, the body of William Ba
ser, a uppoeed' German Merit ser
vice man, who was burled yesterday
while dlnrlnc the excavation.
For a time It was believed be might
be alive, so the searchers tolled all
last nlgbt and early to-day Ave mn
from the Liuildlng Department started
In. The body was recovered at i
When the body had been found some
strange revelations were made con
cerning Ester, who was looked upon
in Klatbush as a man of mystery.
The iroman who had churge of his
tumble-down shack In East Fortieth
Street, about 1,000 feet from the
Kings County Hospital, and was gen
erally believed to bo his housekeeper,
announced she was his wlfo and dis
played papers showing they had been
married 1n Chicago.
Persona who knew the man said
that several years ago ho went to Chi
cago with a wtro anu cniiuron.
Tho second Mrs. Essor knew of thut
wlfo and said sho did not know whether
tho woman ever had been dlvorred.
All she knew waa that she waa mar
ried to Esser a llttlo over a year ago
and that ho brought her to New York.
Another queer circumstance was
that Esser kept an automobile In the.
old shack where ho lived. The man
never was known to do any regular
work, but always was plentifully sup
plied with money. 1
Detectives wore trying to find out
to-day whether Esser was In any way
connected with a William Esser, who.
In 1908, was a mechanic In the employ
of the E. W. nilss Company, of
Ilrooklyn, which then hud a contract
for manufacturing Whltehoad tor
podoes for the Govornmont. In July,
1908, tho Esser tn tho employ of the
Lillss Company was arrnstod for
stealing plans of tho Whitehead tor
podo, and was convicted.
When Essor uppoared In Flatbush,
about a year ago, ha built the, shack
In which ho and his wife Uvod, Ile
cently ho had a dispute with tho Flat
bush Water Company, and then do
elded to open an old well near the
shack. Louis Storz of Woodhavuu
was employed to clean tho woll. He
and Esior had a dispute and Essor
then started In to do the work him
bolf. Ho was down about thirty feet
when tho hides of tho well caved In.
Uustuv Meescberg, a florist who
has a place- near tho Esser ahac'f,
said ho had heard thut Esser was a
German secret service agent.
"Ho told me he was compelled to
flee from Germany bin..jsn of t '.o
there," aald Mossoberg, "I don't
know why he kept tho automobile in
part of bis shack. Ho would make
long trips In It, but novor used it
much around the neighborhood,"
Esher was about fifty-four, tull and
well built, with blondo hair.
Jifferion, Norfolk . ,,,.,,.
3 P. M.
BEEN GERMAN SPY
GIRL OF 1 0 TRAILS
ROBBER 7 MONTHS
Little Helen Moritz's Long
Search for Man Who Hit Her
Is Rewarded ak Last.
"QUKKR EYES" HER CLUE.
But She's Not a Detective, She
Says Dear Me, No!
Just a "Monitor."
Followed by two big detective,
Helen Mnrltt, a ten-year-old school
girl, tripped Into the Morrlsanla Po.
lice Court to-day to tell Magistrate
Cornell how tor seven .mouths she
trailed a robber who hall struck her
wlth'leor.t)M4tp ' -
Members of the Pollen Department
had told ber they couldn't find him,
and 'W relative had advised her to
give up her narcli. Put she kept
right on, because she was sure sbe
would know the man If she saw hltn.
Always sho watched, for a tall person
with "qdeer blue eyes."
At Ono Hundred and Seventieth
Stroot and Webster Avenue last eve
ning she came upon such a man. He
waa standing In front of a store.
Without losing sight of him Helen
wont to a telcphono and called the
Ilronx Detective Pureau.
The lieutenant on duty remem
bered the girl as soon as sho gave
bor name, and when she said she
hud found the fugitive, he rushel
Detectives Pickett and McGruth to
the corner sho named, There thy
found Helen standing within a few
feet of her man, holding onn hand
before her faco so, us she explained
afterward, he would not recognlxo
"That'H tho man!" she exclaimed,
when sho saw McOrath and Pickett,
who wore dotnl!3d to Aeurch for the
robber after ho had attacked Helen
while abe was alone In tho home of
her step-ststor, No. 1S8C Washington
Avenue, tho Mroux, last September.
Then she seised him by the right
arm and said:
"You told me you were a gas In
spector and I oponed tho door, and
then you hit mo with a piece of lead
pipe. You ought to bo ashamed of
yourself. Hut I'm glad I found you."
The prisoner said be waa John
Dougherty of No. 678 East Ono Hun
drod and Sixty-third Stroot. At tbrst
tin denlod over having neon Helen bo
fore, but whon closely questioned, he
becamo silent and told tho detectlvos
to provo their caso, When ho was
arraigned to.duy his hearing was put
olf till to-morrow.
"I knuw I didn't mako a mistake,"
said Ilolon, In court to-dny. "Why, I
had a perfect picture of the rnbbnr In
my mind. I worried so I didn't study
us much as I should havo while hunt
ing for the man. I kept thinking to
myself thut maybe, he might bit some
other girl while sho was alonu In a
Hat, and that made mo look all ths
"Now, plenso, Mr. Reporter, don't
say the police didn't do their duty.
They did, but 1 had seen tho man and
the detectives hadn't. So It was ousy
for mo to pick him out when I saw
him, And please don't cull mo a do
tocttvo, 'cauho I'm not. Just say I
was a 'monitor'."
Melon lives with her stepfather
John Klehl, ut No. 140ii Webster Avel
nuo, and Is a pupil of Public School
No. B3, at Teller Avenue und One
Hundred and SIxty-nlghth Street.
cor. Ilarclsy Street, opp. Woolworth
Dulldlnpi will cell to-dny und Friday 3,500
nun's Spring Halts. Topcoat ami funcy
JIalinacanns with loo buck effects, black
thlbot, blues, tartnn checks, browns,
grays & dark mixed worstedi, all sites,
It to 44: worth $12 In any other Mora;
cur prlul price to-day Friday, SS.9S.
AdYt. i.-um. fU
GlltL WHO CAPTI'UEI)
MAS SUE AVVVSEU AS
THIEF WHO HIT II tit.
fl SSSSBB7JJ, n "n!at", H
THIS READER OF MINDS
DREW A BLOOMING BLANK
Mr. Seymour I'cnetr.iteil 8 n rains
,is Ocean I'aitime, Then .Met
F. A. Seymour, munuger nf n cocoa
factory, returned to-dny on tho
United Fruit I.Iiio'h steamer Santa
Marta from u crulpit foa, bis health to
tho West Indies.
Mr. Seymour hahl bn felt worse
than when ln snlled. ell s six feet
thren Inches tall and weighs 70
Ills hobby Is mind reading. He
ren.l tho minds uf eighty-eight of tho
Santa Marta's passengers with start
ling accuracy. 1 In Interested them,
delighted them und scared thum. Ho
tried tn read the mind of the olghty
ninth passenger. He worked on bis
subject for two days until be became
u nervous wreck without so much ns
a gllmpSH of thu man's mind. The
elghty-uluth passenger wax an Eng
lishman. WEDDIGEN IN COMMAND
OF SUBMARINE U-29
WHEN SHE WENT DOWN.
liEHI.lN (via Tho Hague), April 8
'Hie German Admiralty tn-iluy con
firmed tlm teport that Mttet. -Commander
otw Wt'ddigeu, former com
mander of tint I'-'J, was In command
nf tho L'-2'J, which Is nuw iiJmlttnJ
to have been sunk by tlm llt'ltish.
The Berlin newspapers tu-duy ex
pressed thu deepest soriow over the
loss of the I'-"'J and ber hruvn cap
tain. They pointed out that eviu the
English reconled In Woldigeu u fuo
worthy of admiration.
WINNERS AT BOWIE.
FlltST ItAC'E-Seiling; for two-year-olds;
fuur furlongs Sun la, IUS
(T. McTaggart), 3H t I, 7 to 6, 7 to
JO, first; (ireiitlriKK. W (Ambrose), u
tn I, 3 to I, 1 to 3, second; Cincinnati,
10'J (louder), 1" to 1, !i to 1, 2 to I,
third Till hi 0 V.i 1-3. dentin Woman,
Hub Hedfleld. Miss Philiiln, Snngallo,
Increase, (iloamer ulsn i an.
SECOND HACK Killing; three,
yeiir-olds; six furlongs. St. Lazenan,
lit (McAtee), 6 to 1, to 1 and I to fi,
first; Fair Helen, in: (Lilly), is to 5.
7 to D and 3 to 0, second; Pminyrock,
105 (Collins), 6 to 5, 3 tn S and 3 to in,
third. Time, 1.15. Ilabe, Meellt'k.t,
Heheccs, Mnsei, Best Iilb and Tucker
and Energetic also ran,
SEVEN FRENCH ATTACKS
ON GERMANS AT ONCE
IN ST. Mil L REGION
Berlin Admits That, Regardless of
Enormous Losses, the French
Have Renewed Onslaughts, and
Paris Claims to Have Made Gains.
AUSTRIAN ARMY DEFEATED,
, lfE CLAIM IN PETR.QGRAD
BERLIN (via wireless o London) April 8. Regardless of thrir great
losses on -previous days the French to-day renewed thdr onslaughts at
seven different points between St. Mihlel, Etain and Pont-a-Mousson,
according lo the official reports. They are spending lives recklessly
in smashes against the German fortifications north of St. Mihlel, prepared
months ago and. almost unconquerable except by heavy artillery.
Despite the loss of two battalions on the Combres heights, the enemy
Is again sacrificing soldiers in headlontr rushes tin fh hiiu. in rh
Ailly forest, west of Aprcniont woods, north of Flirey and in Lc Pretre
... i.. it i .1 i. . ....
wiuu3 uic iiium ucsjicraie engagements are going on. I tie text of the
War Office report follows:
"Tho fighting between thu Mouse and tho Moselle continued yesterday
Injho plain of thu Wouvro, oast und outlic;iHt of Verdun, nil French attacks
failed. In thu Combres Mills lurccti of thu enumv. which h.ivn m
places penetrated Into our outer trenches, wero driven back by a counter
utttick. llattulloiis of tlm enomy which advanced against our position
from tho wood of Hclouso. north of Ht. Mllilcl. wore driven buck intn th..
forest with very heavy losses.
"UHtor fighting at short range Is ugaln going ou n ,,u for,)ilt nf An,y
In the forest lo thu west of Anremoiit our troons nm In iiiiphiiIi r .i.
enemy, who mudu an tiiiBiiccesftil
north of Fllroy, no well as two uvntilng ultncktt to thu west of Lo Prct'.'i
forest, broku down under our nro and thuv sustained heaw tn..- 'vijL
French advances during tho night In the I.a Prutro forest failed. '
"The total of French lob.sen alon' tlm rnti-,, (mm .,i i. .
extraordinarily heavy, without their
All Gains Are Being Held.
PAHIS, Aprlt 8. French guns are
upon St. Mihlel, while a great battln
Gorman salient. Paris Is filled with
mcnta, but tho war olllcu to-day withheld almost all newa df the fighting.
Tho oujcctlvo of tlm Kronen northwest of Pont-ii-.Mousson Is tho rail
way that forms practically tlm only offcctlvu means of transporting sup
piles to the Oermuns holilInK thu Important St. Mlhtol wedge. Following
Is thu text of the war olllcu roport;
"In Ilelglum tho day wns marked
"In tho Vallny of tho Alsiio und
efforts, In splto of tho abnormally bad
tivity and wo havo maintained our gains between tho Mouso and thu .Moselle
In their ontlroty, whllo nt tho satuo tlmu w am proceeding to make further
"In tho nrulo Forest wo captured
taking a largo number of prisoners on this section of tho front"
"The rains of tho last few days havo soaked through tho clay qoll of
tho Woevro to a great depth, rendering dllllcult tho movements of artillery
and preventing the explosion of shells. Our troops hate coysollclnteil tho
progress mudu on thu previous day. Wo mnlntalncd all our advituce In
spltu of counter-attacks of extraordinary violence,
"At Lch Kparges, especially, the
ried out by a regiment and n half
enemy sustained enormous losses; corpses of their men covered tho Held.
Three hundred men who momentarily worn ahlo to advance from tho
German position wero mowed down by our machine guns. Not ono of
Austrian Army Is
L,aiesi nepori from fetrograd
111AI). Anrll Althmiull I Armv im,l.,r rim, lt,,r,, ui. ,
PKTUOnHAI, April S.-Althniigh
thu early uuolllclal reports Indicated
that the Kusslan advance near l.up
kow Pass In the Carpathians hail
been halted by German icInforccinnnU,
It was later announced that tho
Csar'a troops bad cut tbo Austrian
tittsiek. Their nttacks on positions
" " muii. jch
gaining even tlm slightest sucoc
Paris War Oh tee
again raining shells nt long ran
Is raging north and south of the
rumors uf most
by artillery engagements.
tlm district to thu east of Ithclms our
weather continued with grcnt ac
a Oormnn trench, nt tho samo time
last Oertnan coiintor-attacU was car
nnd was completely repulsed. The
Cut in Two,
Army under Gen. Itnerovltch In two
places. The eastern vlng of this
army Is said to ho In a ptecarlous
Tho Itusslans havo raptured Smo
link east of Lupkow Pass.
Tho Uusslatu have alo thrown
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