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KOUtD AMEND THE
HiNMAN-GREEN BILL
Independent Republicans Send
Petition to Legislature
Stating Views.
KHAMD VOTE ON MEASURE
Birr That System Be Confined
? 1 First to Elections of Sen
ator* arid Assemblymen, to
Make Test Possible.
_„. ■ i-vfjni? of ihr llp|'uh!" an
■ . : • H i bOBtK OltO T. Han
P Tafi < •harlot A
m. •ii-nnul Horace IVjftW, Alfred
- \« >- '. Ma \v M Mh-L'. Hi rj I.
f , R D llmbm IL RUocr,
41 D«viK Louts Stern. ineMSB.
.;. r T"'i.i -sill ShiTtiian. I•:
s Mnrra> Rmlrr anil President
• ■ rnrtl have MU ■ men-..»
:*-,»■ !••; m of I ]>rt!ii..r.. to
k red prtsaafj buis.
nnv n) ; bstt, in ih ■ "f
tJr ;;i , Hinnum-Cre**!! hill ha*
■ . • rn.ir Muches, und
\^v. mblym«*n « < > <
■ c- !■> supimrt the bill.
••■ nj""i 'ho \ -ill ny
cislnilvo obligations
5 ■ . . Tlt y !"•■' i. !"«f\or,
Ijin nts ' lie;, Mjcc<-f=t
l ■ ■ ■'i thr memorial
• • >.*.. c«- iif it;r> Htnmaii ••".rwn
• • •• ■••• it ImiitiV,, fur t*v
• >)• «|.-rli< n of |a*
kasmMynMn, bnattsj ttU
-in" Uroa r^.-rnr a fairor tria'
R Hjrtl , H'iniHit^," thr t .. li
■ • -i ■ :■. ■. • ■ • ~ it v *a\
; f « . •. . ir,vio»r| .if making a
T . ■ adfl '•>ii! K Bar vv 'ii' h
on r»'.-r-«1.T1t."
It uM '.'fT!' itl.lhe J>rt|ti<i|l ihHi the
v !;ile not DarMddtnSj
■ uy. ltuik^f IhMB My
I) mmplirtinvnt. anwe.
■ ..; th< hill, "ii h fusions
(•'«•••■. i n Aupi:st. rfeVHI
• • ■■• ; ion, ;:ii ? lons, befbra
:h. p •\. itmi'-nt that bmAsjobs
' ■ cht.
• mini in which amendment is«
M HfeaMi ir. iho Hinman
- •■ by ti.o j" •. • loners is t :•
•• r '■• t. ■!. < f • •onimittoo
rffan ■'■ ■ a >«H upon
■ - ;■• •• tei igßMb fl as . "
r.;!tf-5. In this < •■•:• ■ii :■>!) it is
». ■h. iiriii' ■ ii i»1i »1 • • <>f t!" sli-.n b;;l-
Ipt i<< • < spaa Bar ItQm •■-
•i.-> ')u«tMt> of ptnt< officials,
: . .v ;s i. .ti f. .r their ;ii'P"intni':nt by
• ■
ff»r Lack of Spontaneity.
■ i ■ • s.i!:n' arpn!ii< m
t . : - ' • 'In- ii<t:ti<.ii<: »
■ • - bbShmß] voui'i ba t;ik<n o»t
• • ■ iiartlos |\ th« provision
• ■..'- v . . ka hi Ban
■ affordinif no nppcirtunitjr
■ :ic paffeOc HBOBBBI t'« in'"
T'hfN thr- :< . lint oC Oka
;•■ » i. Kiimiij'^d up in th^s.- \mt^:
"!;!>■ saaje Baal
T - slinKld l« tnadp in tho I>;!1
■ >:; of its s<"< •}.«•• so ?ar j;s its
■ ■!,' .TTK'd ."
s v Mlaws:
mMttuw of DM Rate ff BMr
■ ■ • ■ • -k !> .n-,.
»•* lh« !>o*.'is!;<t • Xl to liM
a n{ fi\rr,\ primary Icclf
b tbtfl
• ■ ' \i' ;;r honoratlt body:
'.■•••Ti dill. \v)iii-h ««tn'i<>'!)«-s
; | ;.vd w !.i- •!
• ■ ■ i ■ ' ;i ■) of
foi " ;:• a ■-. :■* •Km <ii «.\ r-i -V
thin thr Ki.Mf of f>\> I
Ing ti. fl.> with thr- nutii
■Mrtw
,'s bill, rrmtearatfhg
1 ■ • ■ mi>«k of the Republican
- . •< • Hi s '..• m;<ny v
lii i <if primi ri's. l ■ • . t
' 'in«\ the rygtt-m
■■• i-enttoa airfctj ha*

Democratic B.I! Criticised.
ti hill, a vot ■>■ iriiiwrfort
I -..virt. - f ■ •■ni of
•tv „f N>v
■ , ■ tlif ,-iv of N>w
''■'•■ th:it :!-,r- • ■
..• rtartj i» roitMtaa
■■■•■•!■■,•■
tha primaries should be Held
fcfl *"*«*'"* day throughout the state.
? That m the primaries only the en
t. ECe C 8 of the party concerned
OhOaid amiUrt to vote,
j. Thai there should be established
•«*TL a state -wide enrolment of voters.
* That There should be ar official
9*;"".«r r ballot.
J Thai the lawve aiming to prevent
™7«PI pract.ces at elections should be
c -tntJet) to r>"-<mmry elections.
- ■ • ' «*istrln |.ri:n»rir s a- »
j^r""' ' ■ '-■ «hrr*» i> «tt»i!n t»i»
c ■ • <iifr»-!*-n.v opinion
••' l.a.U-rMn,. of i^vvrmr
■ !•• Jidopt tli* .i.n,
" ■ ■ • • .. ■ •• •!■ #>ni
1 rt» Rtmnan-O«WMi WH. nghero
.2T • .« i •; nation by r*w»
■ • • ■ < • ■ . . hat th*
•'•!• nia> virttrk \\*-U in
bill «rr M»rv f^.wfw!
lars* !'■• lilfl»l linitn.
• < -(en** 1 -- <>t itita memorial mm
• Hi «ii* \ i#>»n. «i r «;o\ -
. . ■ (1 h « on,;. i* t< pympathy
J? ? • • • •■ ib. rltn
. . . . • . hi* in »»o:iti-«-.
< Minman ■ . • •
:. v. tli.- fnrtunat*
• ti,r rft> Of N*W
wrt rorttid i- rwion,
■ .... ■. „, |.»
p* < orifiiimmatxd
r r , »»*K> »h-'
• •■ . . • . .1. 1,, t, u< \ rrrf
pottttcaJ jiarif fnv* ««
at a I | Imi
„ ■ • ' thai a 'iimi'i
i ..■ r\ t.> mv
"•alana at |ha Last Moment.
fotnlnatHl Ma -.or
_* * •«• ■ - • :.om:na'*<l
Cii « *■♦'• '•"!» mmat*<i flnrlna; th«
; aipt, And »l <■ rusion of
••» " ■• ■ ••• tober.
. ■ • • rttona
th« 'Mi!*r hand. i*T>* nun*
, ' " U«> *i IV. i to t.r ■» flu*nt»al
, / ; *">. mo »-i.,« i,i ;,r» ..lit /,r the ■"•
- •• . < larc« »«k* »»into«t b«
.- . *| ttM t< :
.-•urn «, Jrs „ ,„,„, rraakir b* mho.
» Minmat. <;r*^n h,!l ml***
. ►' • iriMn ;.,.;► 0., i r.i to v.li'''<"
•• ••onM '. t POOI <1
fi • . r- . •• || rtM ritf
' ■ '!!*• mnoaavOrMß wii m th*
■ rt*Fumat*^ a* »!i» offlfinl
■' t»i»- d«v!f
.' Mn tbr i rIK "-1 » v
, fTTirn *hr. *i*r* th*mwl\*h « • • •• <i
• «., "** rir * Th« Anfi;<ii i p*t»pl« -i»
„ _ ' .'<l lo ha->* « r,,f,.^.. ;,r,!d !U I
•••• «i" mor ' -> h '>> *ft«r !tv tit "■
■ piwpunabli ThiF In th«> t*
»\-r1 and 1t
• • K-01114
' ■■Sl>i !1 " '"»»■!'•. RniiiaHv. „.,!it). :.'
t r r *■'" ...,...,. r**r •.< -
i with Jl"'J 1 "'
' • •<) o
lo~«U}. fair,
I>-imrr»» . •*€»««•.
RARE STATUETTE STOLEN
Goddess of Neith Missing from
the Metropolitan.
BVtrita .!• ) hMTiis tmm at least I*- »i
hil-*!M «t a pn.flt. '.-i» tho mrcnHSlawi
KVfWaOßudac \\h . ibolb « nine-Inch
bwm ... of U*i Oodfcaa Nrith.
■B SKjrpUan sntlajw, fv>iv\ thr |t«trapoH
tan Maanajaa .if \n km not ov*»n that
consolation apes >" him ■'■' ' v r. Teste* 1 -
Sajr Oasißd How lit. —|ii i Intranlfi << f
t|M iinruin. r<'i'"'t' i 'l llw iH. ft t.. th"
police
1 It was ■ t.raniifiil braUß. iboiit "'"*
Inch** hi hricht. of tho i^iddeM N'Hth.
Bib .l\n^' " he toU (h* p^ajtaaonai •!
the Vrsonal station, in iVtitnl Park.
\\ hal ii M north?" Bated the pr«-i
•al H«»titr>nani.
Fiftoro hiitirlr. o" il..l!.<rs.' r." sjxin<i<*<l
thr r>^rintcn<i«.n'
■ i>'d >..u bbj it n* DMdc of hraon or
cold""
"Rronr.r. it is an iini!f(U' ;*ivi ■ rep*'*'
wniat i\r t- • .'"
fhe lt«M«t« li.mi ■utilirrt i !»• ii intil
Mr tt«*mlt< l>ro«illr«-<1 ■ j-.i. turr. wh<>n In
Bfjaiß ilim.iJiii'i] to RAO* v hither <•"■
RUtttK-tto »;is .if C"M or of i>ron*e.
LAST BUCKET SHOP ARREST
Joseph H. Gating Completes List
of Those Indicted in Washington
Thr nir. st of thr l;:?t of thr txvrnty
r.iiir np ii uidii-trd mi April 1 by :i f'%d
■■l jrr;itnl juV> ;<t \\ ".tsliinjjion BW «l
taßjßfl Iri'K't phop tradinc was made last
<\'»,mß. when .!■><!• H Latins, th
b;i.lir Of ''• Ina Of WliiiHin B. vri<-
& Oou Bf Bafttaacth anal Hrr-M'-'l hf
sporial i nta of th- Drpartmrnt of .!u-
ti.r .ipd I»rputy M.jrshal H'-'-d -it M
hajßCk No. 71 < neural Park \\ ■ m. I !ar::<
«p«rtm< nt lmusr.
\t nil "iMiinK <]rinp,] h,i^ identity, but
lat< r s.u<i that li<> vas tb< man nmn I R
th<- sal i ant, thourh h^ a^chucd hr 1" -» -1
Ti'ithirc t.. <).. v ith Qm indli-trd firm at
Baltimore ilo «.iji takrn to th«- Tombs
Btti will l»o «rraicn«d htfOM itnmi*-
Mi'iii r Shirlds ihi<« mnrninar.
hi his pivkf>t!« wh<"n ...
had a >haaf «'f stock cctttttßtco^ iiwoHaj
ttltlll s. yi ril lMMidri'l Shan s nf BcadtßOJ
R«i;j-";id stock.
\.\-r vni.i- bJa iTi«li<im<nt thr .-iprnts
..f Use I>< pan l—i ut of justi'-i' have bum
ln.'kinc BOf •■n c . lilt v».r.' unali! 1 to
rin«l him Vint 11 > • f-t»nln \ . avtafj la tha
T'iiv>jn nine of liis namr ill thr indiit
!u< nt. Bfhftrh drsc-rib.-d him us "<;atk»n«. '
tis" could not be Pound anywbet*,
■t s • ■n-<l. and it «;;s BOOM tiXßm before
the tnistakr w;ir <]isco\. n d.
Mi <;n'tin? is said to l>c a silent part
nor in i larc stock brokrrajpr hous««" that
taateeai on th-- tStm Y"rk Bh Eh
Kx-hatipv. Hr has n- m r BCCOM brrn :r
neatad m an> 'fr*'ir
CUTS BILTMORE IN TWO
Decision in Favor of Brevard
Land Company.
»'!i'\ il!( . N. <'.. April 12- -Hiltm. •'•■-.
thr .st;n. of. Ocojaja w. V'and< • mtU
\v mat* th;m col bo two and the S«w
York B/uHanMttm \\ii' toaa Dxach of his
BaJaaMa iinnrtj if •■> dacajlajß of t.to
St:pi rior «'<>urt at Hrovard to-<lay is sus
tained by thr Suprrm* < 'ourt of :h»
l"nitfd SUit-^ Tin fi"cisi'.n was mmi.
: : th. caai "r" r thr Bn-vard I^ind <"..i;i
p.-iny a^ainict .] 1". Kinsland, and thwa
u^ds af acna of land art Uiwliad in '.'.i"
ft i-v ■
TJii land corporation hasrs its casr on
praiits mad- hack in I'M to timber land.
f». f. n-i- the opjaajtaaj a 5 thr Chanlßaa tad
ian teada. Mi. Kinatmnd'a claim ru:-s
t" ISM, thi' yar thi lrniia'i r. s< r\ ati.m
m opaoad to entry* T)i. court 'i.'M
that tin- land company was th- r«al
itwiicr, «'\>'n thouph Kinsland had OOld
th«- la!i<i :t:id had b<-«ii r<oognizfd as :Ji<
<.\\in-i :i>r many • • ar.-. Mm of this ter
ritory is pail and parc« I «if IJiltmor*-.
POISON KILLED PIE MAKER
Wife Made Trip with Coachman
Through West.
i 'hirapo. April 22 < 'harems BMffdV
I \ arsi-nic poisoning and urginc th»« po
ll . 1., dinoovei thosr r<-sponsihlo. a cur
<>tk r's jiu\- patsrnad a aanfid t-.-day >••■>
tlii ■ .ith of AIMBM r.T Mumly, a »'"■
ir.atiufa't urrr. vim flad at h\n \V«-.st BMo.
hotnr- on FVbrtiary 1>» 1I1«1<T jx-culjar
<in MBataneai afur rating uarnn d vii
liamh::rp*r strak
Mrs Moody, thr widow, and I'M' '
ivt*»rs«in. ;il?n ktiown a? 'i.'lllv. ihr
Mo-jdy fannly c.,a- )u:ian. I itMei i>« ton
the jury latp to-day Th- \ BBM they
■ <.:ild Bbad no Uk-i» OB HOOdjr"a drath
Tw tails of a tiip thr..upti t! r \V< -■
■ hi. h. rVtecaaa t.«)k « ith Mi I M Ij
i.nd ■ maid. Ar«ks HartwicW, a 1. ■«.
■. . ar 1 - at" BJCVB btWßßhfl BOt.
HANGING "OLD JOE" CANNON
"Danny Deever Up to Date"
Tickles House Insurgents.
jfnmm rkt rrt» mßm i
\\ .).••! ngtofi. Aptil 22 A man B/twaa t.ist
„. M f i- Ifjrinald. «-r<rrt;tr\ |„ |{< • i
lativr Sl»'-iU->, aftrr finisMns rilv BOtTO
»:..ili<lrii.r |b» ot(" te] v.r,.U- Urn f.i11..*
| ns |...'-i:i. mliii'i "«- -?■:■'•■•! -• t• , i j T)il tll<>
f1,.,-»r of thi Flaoaa t.. .j«\ mid aajo]rai
pr^x'U !•'• l«* Deßßoerßfa and liisiii^' iit> .
i\sn> in i:\rtt- <\r in DATD.
•^ h»t »" ' h ' t'Ut I*"1 '*" P la^ !n ». fl " " ' Mid I*}"*"
.m> l'»ir»'l'
..— o „,,], r fin «■ I' • • • ln» Jir^T
„ . . laat »n giai, ,- g**r rti«i
fMM ..ti Psrwl^,
.., -r)1 K | -( 1 tM»« I"' '" i'«'"l '" *»trh. In
'. „. , t N..iri« «>'!
i.-Mr <h.'->r h»n«lr» >>'"'■ Ha* •••nn.-n, .an
h»ai "•' i*-"" ' ■ ■•'' »'*'
Ani „, . T,r mi f • 1.0i.-i'-*-^ m-n ■••• lakin« Mrr,
. .i* W <: «• P"• "'* •'"••'tnt •n'l ih^y':; n<^i
. . „.r I to?.
Aft^i h*n*ln« Old •'■* ••■nncn In »t>» m'.rmni,
' Hl , rl.nlr «»» ■'*'• I" ''•"' '' """•' MM
I'tM" "II *••>••*.
-.. ion »i-«)n« mmm.~ Iwirt»m
■ v l4
, rye „,• • - » '•• -• vl
pavtt* '■" J'*r»'l^.
„.„, t, n I* <a»-'''n# BtOB. • Inmrr'iit
MM - "' Io - ' lr " '• • v) fr<r
nn^«* m^w^" •*•«■**• •'• riirh ■■ ■*•■
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NKW-YORK, SATURDAY APRIL 23, 1010.— SIXTEEN PAGEK *♦* PRICE ONE CENT
ROOSEVELr CEMENTS |
FRENCH FRIENDSHIP
Guest nf M. Fallieres at Din
ner at the Elyseo
Palane.
THANKS FOR HIS WELCOME
Prediction That Nations Will
Always Remain Friends —
Many Americans at
Reception.
Paria, April '22. PrpFidpnt and Mme. i
PaJUerca to-nlcht ptv« a dinnrr of \O\
raven «t tho E^rafa Pa!ac»» in honor of
Th«»Kjorr RooWVßlt Th<^ entire i>alar<>
\a? ilhnninatrd and thr Repohtlcaa
«;nard lino.l thr «=tairwa>s.
rrrsidrnt PkaWrei took nut Mrs,
HooKf-yrif. who wore a hluo brr». ado
cnwn rmbroidrrrd with jrold and crystal
• rnameota, uhiir Mr floflaciiell eaoortad
time. PmJtlerea. Miss i:tii.i Booserelt,
afho Brore a sown of pink satin, was
iat lifted by M. .luss»-rand. th<^ FYrnrh
is«ad««r to thr l'nitr<l States.
Aiiimtic thr- ««thrr Bjaeata at thr din
ner wrrr Ambassador and Mrs. Bacon.
tanner rYtatdem and htme. I^.ijl.ot.
Prrtnirr RHand. Knrri K n Minister and*
Maw, richon nnd other nembeta of thr
«'a!.inrt. M. I\:llain, poyrrnor .of thr
Rank of Franco; (Jrnrral F>alstHn. Mili
tary Governor «if Paris: «;onrral Hr;iß^ro.
EonMff commanding general of t,hr army;
General Mrnn. Minister of War; I^»on
Hourcooij", ox-Minister of Porefgß Af
fairs: Ixuii* Hrnault. r^rmanrnt dalaajale
t<i thr h.hl:'.'- Tri!>nnal from PYnsOe;
Haron d'Hstourn^llrs At Constant and
tho BanNaaai dr niatanl . Frank H.
Maaon, the Amorican <'onsul Qeneral,
and Mr- Mason; M. «"r<>i>jot. dean of th*»
Faculty of I.«^ttors of thr Sorbonno;
Hrtiri BarboVZ, < hiof of thr Corporation
•>f rfffßßen Admiral Le Turd, who
oaaaaaaaataa' tho rYendi fieri at thr Hud
son-Fulton crlrhration. and M. Routroux,
pronsaoar of phftoaanhy hi thr fnivor
rMj of Paris.
During tho dinnrr. which was seryod
in the Saiio dos PCtea, which is hmiK
with finliflina of pn-at valur. the hand
of the Republican Guards pla\cd.
Greeting to the -President.
In proposinc Mr. RaaaSvett*B health.
Pr« sidrnt I'alliorr-s said:
"I '-annot allow this dinnrr to tor
tninato without soizinp tho occasion to
offor a toast to Thoodoro Roosevelt — an
illustrious nun, who is at the same time
.1 proat citizen, a great friend of Franco,
and a groat friend of poaoo. I lift my
glass, alao, in honor of Mrs. Koos«volt.
to whom pod out Mr homage of re?i»cot.
I consrHtuluto myself at boinc ahl« to
t II our guests how happy we arc to rc
i.;\<- and entertain then;."
air. Roooavatt rei>]i«-d in French, say
ing ho was profoundly touched by the
words of President Failures.
"Mrs. Rtxisovclt and I," continued the
American, ox- Prosident. "will never for
p. t the wolcomo wo have recoivod in
France, especially from you, Mr. Presi
dent.
"Made to understand and lava each
oilier, iiur two countries have been
friends from the thinning, and no doubt
will always remain friends in the future.
Kvery civilized man who conies to
France learns something, because Fran« •«
is the cradle of modern civilization.
Even to-day I have learned much, and
one thing in particular which will ap
pear in my lecture to-morrow.
' i raise my glass in honor of tho
Pnatded of the Republic and ilme.
FalJieres. whoso grateful guests wo jrc
to-night."
A reception followed the dinner, to
arWch many nth* r persons notable in th»
French literary and Scientific worlds .-nd
m the American colony, including Will
iam K. Vand- rbilt. w< -ro invited to m<-. t
Mr R.M»Bv»lt. During the reception ■
litrrary and musical prnajramnir anai
rendered by artists from the Caoifdlo
FrattCjalM and the < »i>era Mary <;ar<! tl
and M. sal."/.;', Rang tin duet Iron
■Rome.. and Juli< t." and M. Mount
Stilly and Mmr Bartd recited s-l«c
tii'tis from vie.., Hugo's works. Supper
was s» rved at midnight.
Colonel Rooaeveft'a. time to-morrow
v. ill i« d'\«.t..i initci-. to the pro
mt at I !■• iiin v« rait) ,
AT THE TOMB OF NAPOLEON
Ex-President Sees Relics — At
tack by "Gil Bias."
Pan*. M»rii — • Mr Beaaevati hcajaa his
• iav wit! a \i'it to ho totnl. of \ H .
j..10,,|i. When Mr. Hoosevolt, a >mi'anir«i
by K*rinit. M. IttaMCand. Preach Amt.ae
m.loi at \\'a' -hiiigion, and Ani<rican Ani
baaaaxio. Baooa, .ir rived at th«- Palais aea
iii\«iii<s in an ■atoinuMta t.. was ehecrad
liv a Kr^at crowd, which included many
ptiotogra pliers, who took snapshot* of th«:
|>art> .1- they entered t h«- <", d*H«nneur,
vhrrr <;rn<>ral Halatatß, Military Governor
..f P.iris. nnd ?< .■mi aids in rull uniform
a %'. a • ' tliom.
Pnariag Brat into the chapel arncra were
HCBJ Mir iatt*>rofj battle flats captured m
ti . KapotMaao Hnaalajna, Mr. Rjaaawwan
kapi mi « itiMiinj? Bra of connnrnt and «>.\
cMnajt aHh Qeaaeal Dalatola ••>..<-ornttit;
toekteala of the larlaaa bHtti^s, bttt | lf . M
th.- ..in... i.i bejmni was „ i,»,i (ram
whi.-ii ha I'nik"! .i- » n ..•. i ... r*-.i matrMo
Mah 'if '!•« dfetatar, HTmimifnj hv the
"ml- ..f Austrrlitr. and „»!,.. .. mind, of
tii» peal i leterioi of JkastarUta, . ,|iai,.|
th«» V' ■ramid« irna. Man atuj .\|,,., „
the f-.rm«i PieahkM was *OaM a few
■MHBMMa latar th* party d«\s»-»>n<j'*«i to t h..
crypt, ihreash wtitrft •t. v » |,|. ... tha *<mh.
over t'l* 1 Ami ••<■ win ii Mr. Beaaavan] t. a-.
1 (,r- w..t.|- of NapaNaa wrltl «t fl t .
it- ■ ■ ,ii arhhch th" icroat mnijil rx
' • desire lhat 1111 1 1 c a?h»s should
,i • ..'i tht h^tikf of Ib* si m MBOQg th*»
i» ip ken ba aa d*-ari\- loved,
M"» i' a i .<.. i.. *.*■:• shown Napalaan'a
IMrt »n.| Mach hat in a plans .| M nnd
the i.miiark.<i atom ataba arnich «hr r.ng
u>n placed ever the ■.•»\* Hi s ,
•■• aM lut on which ti» lafßMd tr» i^rttiit
Nnpi'l- mi s UN to be rhis.ellM
■ ■.iliiar. ' i;vtr;uirdinar> • • iMr
FU'"v wlt i tlatad »«-\oral tune*
i •mi! tbi tomi. Oantval Paiaielii .on
. . ■- t ii ■ p*rtv i,. th«» Napol<«ri|i MuMium,
thef wiiiK of th« ■''line. wIM \t,
i • ■ ■ • t • ii.>wed great BMeraat hi somr nr
I|M | f i -■'ii*il palfca of 111^ l"iincl, t'-i.'ral
.i , j ■. i : . oM firii.tii nf tiis principal (mm.
i .••••■>!i\ thai v.«•u .«• atand
i . , ••
COM FRAUDS M
REACH $2,500,000
Reports of Forqeci Biiis of
Lariinq in the Liver
pool Market.
SENT FROM UNITED STATES
Facsimile Carriers' Signatures
Said to Have Been Appended
— Investigating Knight,
Yancey Failure.
Liverpool April ZZ. Thar* «v a sen
sation In Cottonopolti to-day born of
widely rtocalsted Ptat*»m«nt.M that forged
hills of lading for -otton purporting to
hav> been shipper! from the United
States had been uncovered. The alleged
fraudulent methods, it was said, in
\ olved cotton valued at f2,SOQLOOO. aiitl
in addition to thirty Liverpool concerns,
it was said that several Continental cot
ton honors were heavy Io;,ors.
"The Kcho'* s;i\. that th. method of
using the allowed false bills of lading
was to append facsimile carriers' .-igna
tnrea to bills of lading sent with draft*
to this sid«' before the cotton ami de
livered by cirri.!?, and that importers
in many cases paid such draft?. When
the practice was disoovcr'-d, the steam
ship companies withheld deliveries until
tho hills of lading were verified. "The
F.oho" adds an investigation made by
importers alluvia that not only were a
number of these bills Of lading spurious,
but that there was actually no cotton
against BOOM of them.
The market was excited to-day to an
almost unprecedented degree by sensa
tional reports .if the failure of the Ala
bama c,,tton firm of Knight. Yancey &
<'o, which heavily hit Liverpool cotton
houses.
A dispatch, ftom New Orleans, which
fell like an explosion of .1 mite, «aid
that Knight. Vancey & C... were short
in Liverpool •_'."».<••••» bales, in Havre S,<»»>o
bales and in OetMMJ »'».<><>> bales. This
would make a total loss at current quo
tations of over £.'?.• m m i.« mm).
In Liverpool twenty-ail firms are be
lieved to have boon affected by the
failure of the Alabama firm. A majority
of them, however, have large amounts
of capital, and will be able to tide over
the situation, but a few of them will be
seriously hit.
The heads of some of th>- houses in
Liverpool will pi to the United States
by the first steamer available En order
to investigate the situation. No loss as
a result of the failure is likely to fall
on EaajMeh bankera, who arc amply
secured.
While the cotton market to-da) was
deeply stirred by the situation, its effect
npon pines w as not great. .Th»- directors
of the Liverpool Cotton Association met
during the day and discussed the affair.
One result of this meeting has been to
revive the movement started bj th- ( s-
in 1900 to follow the custom
which pertain? in the torn trad.- in > oti
nection with the issue of bills of lading.
The hope is expreaaed here that tiie
settlement of the affair.-- of Knight,
Yancey & « *o. will realise $."><h>.«hk».
ALABAMA BANKS SAFE
No Ground Found for Alarming
Rumors in Decatur.
[K>- Msavaea t ■ tim Trtaeai , i
Decatur, Ala.. April 22.— AH kinds vf
s«nsational reports are aaVml in Decatur
to-day concerning Ms* failure of Knight.
Yancey Co. cotton merchants, for
nearly •*•».< Mt»»,tNH>. None of th«.-<e r<
-,»orts can be substantiated. John W.
Knight, the head ot the coajipnay, made
the follow lin; atatemenl to-day, the Brat
which he has made sine the failure:
"The Whole i. latter is in the hands ot
the .otirt for adjudication, aad all the
property Of the tlrm. the books and rec
ords, etc.. have been turned over to the
lacehrer in bankruptcy, Jen ifurphey,
at Hunts\iile. a thorough mveatlgation
will be made Immediate!} PUrtherthan
that I have nothing to say lor publica
tion at this time."
Mr Kniglit ha.- lived in DecatttT for
a number of years nnd has alwaya been
regarded as MM Of the substantial cit
izens of Decatur, where he owns prop'
arty.
Be » eral depoaitors la the banks of t>e
eajtnr and New Decatur who had heard
that thead banks wen in a bad condition
Ml account of th' failur»- of Knight.
Yancey & »'o.. .ailed for their money,
but when they were shown that the
bank? had plenty of cash they did not
draw out their depoalta.
Kvery effort to solve the real cause
ot the failure has failed, and it seems
probable that the ta«ts frill not be
known until th. -a* la settled In the
bankrupt court at Huntavllle. Accord -
Ins ta tb> b.-st information obtainable.
n..ne of the depositors In Houthern banks
will suffer by the f. L iluie.
Mr. Knight ha- spent the da) in bis
office here and with friends in the citj
From his < ..nversat ion and manner he
in • omul til thai the matter Will be
■Down up clearly to the nattafactloti <>f
the public Mti.i that it will be found
that be is not resj-otisibb- tor the f.plure
No one can gi\e positive proof thai
beajna Mils of lading ha
Mr Knight would sa ■ nothing •"" •tn
ing the • rhar|
MOBILE LOANS SECURED
W. J. Buck's Charges Regarding
Alleged Forged Bills.
[Py T*'»irf'«r*> tr> Thi TrlMm" I
Mobile, \pril '.' The statement <-f
YV I* Neabttt of VirminghHiii. on/>
of the bock^fa of tb* tail, linn of
knight Viii. ey I «<».. cotton br-l-i"
that nil banks I, 111- S.Mlftl with which
the vt- - ked firm hid hCCOlllltl v »'r.
rally arOtOCtOd by cotton wnr'hou»e r«-
eefpts, held ia • oiiat'rai. la < onfli n b>
local bankers. \v. .1 Buck, pr.-id. Nt of
iho «liv Hank and Trust Oompanj of
Mobile, made the fol|..\\ '•'«: statement to.
da;
■ K..!ii • .up th< ' ' ■ c a are
ih< ft hi vi rhe
• ii> ..f ' •■:
• it I. uiK •.
1
Ai.CKRr W. WOLTI
t'oarlesad in record time of murderinir Ruth Wne*»l*»r, a young Stenegraphar.
STOLEN TREASURE FOUND
Peasant Thief Starved Out of
Kremlin Cathedral.
Moscow. April 22.— fba populace is
.elebrntin^ to-day with Te r>ums the
ry of the diamond nrnamen?
OB Wednesday night from the image of
the Virgin in the Tspenski Cathedral. In
the Kremlin, and the arrest of th** thief.
HM Rrtarreaat turned out to l>e an
eighteen-year-old peasant lad. After
.stealing the ornament, which is valued
at hundreds of thousands of rubles, the
boy hid under an altar in the cathedral.
lioi»ing to eacape. A cordon of soldiers
had been kept about the cathedral since
'trie committed, and the lad.
finding it impossible to escape their vigt
lan.e. and after suffering terribly from
thirst, came out to-day and surrendered.
GRAND DUCHESS A NUN
Widow of the Murdered Sergius
Takes the Veil.
Mos.ov., April I' 2 The i Jrand Duchess
Elisabeth, th" widow rf Crand Puke
Sergius and a sister of Empress Alex
andra, took the veil of a nun to-day.
She will devote herself to the hospital of
the Woaaaara: Refaaaaj which - ; founded
after the assassination of her husband,
February 17. I!N>.">. by a bomb.
The ceremonial of taking the order:?
waa tmpreeafcve In its simplicity. T!:er«
w;is no distinction made between the
c.raml Ducheaa and the eighteen other
woman, of noble birth and peasants, who
simultaneously took the vows as Sisters
. f Mercy. The ceremony took place In
t!i^ institution, and Klizabeth will be Its
future Mother Superior.
WOMAN JUMPS FROM "L"
Lands in Street 120 Feet Below
and Is Killed.
Mrs. Julia M. Kaendner. fifty years old.
of No. 88 West 108 th street. Jumped
from the west end of the station of the
Ninth avenue elevated at 11<Hh street to
the street, 198 feet below, yes
afternoon* and died about half an i'our
later in St Luke's Hospital. Mr-
Laendner was the wife of a vaudeville
musician, playing in Newark.
\ COrdlllg to C.eolge Hayes, ticket
chopper at the station. f> • woman
paaaed him at about ■". o'clock and went
to the end of the platform, where she
I While several southbound trains
went by. Hay..-' said ha thought noth
ing of this, aa B ople frequently make
the station ■ meeting place.
His attention was next attracted to
the woman when. n.« a train was pulling
out, he saw her open a gate leading to
the tra-ks froan the platform and walk
down a few steps |Q the wooden path
along the rails. He run toward the
woman, bu before he could reach her
she bad dlasbed the low railing guard
ing the tracks and .jumped
Harry Stc\<ns. a chauffeur, whose
automobile ran by just as the woman
fainded in R sandpile in the street, turned
i at once, and. with Policeman
Sherf. lifted the unconscious woman Into
the machine A ejajefli run was made to
the bospi'tl. but Mrs. T.aendr.er died J^»
f..rc an operation could be performed.
ALLEGED SLAYER CAUGHT
Piainfield Mayor Says He Ad
mitted Shooting Woman.
I R\ Ttllgiajia to Th" TrJbun^. 1
flaiiifleld. N. J . April 2- The alleged
slayer of Mrs. Frederick Co\.iy. known
as "John Grant," was captured late this
afternoon .it the home of William Mer
imgh, i« Stirling, ab.Mit si\ mOOS from
the BOOne ..f the crime. Mr. Mernugh
telephoned '•» I'ulir.. Headejoartenj and
i bid Uarshal \\ .is . with i 'ounty Do
terthre Ton. ii. arrested the man without
.•mv tr.i'ib'e.
After he was plar^.i in the borough
lockup the man confessed to Mnyor N.
I! Small--' and others, it in allege. l thtf
he ahoi the aonsan, thai hi was hjaJom
of her, and thai the two had quarrelled.
||« said bis light name w*a John R
Buckley, and that h« cAmji rrom Taun
lon Mars, lilt \.ar aro, ui.icin- his
aicape after stealing $23. Whanaaarched
Burkle<i had •! revolver, Midges and
two -ulrlde int^iH. written on Monday,
i i.. da ■ before the crime.
• ■ ■
ATTEMPT TO WIN $50,000
Graham White Starts in Biplana from
London to Mam'hest<»r.
Loiml'.ii. April .'3 - firaasißj White, tb*«
RntTtlah .t\mt..r. using a biplane of Ism
F.irnnn typ« , Started >t I It o'clock this
mornlnaj on .i night from \\ i. tn, \.. • I
Hcruba, i ondon, In an attempt «•• reaeii
M inch. ■>'■ i i ltd win a prttf of |MkO9o
• I" i. ■! i j .1 I'M bJ it v\ papt r.
OIL FIND IN NEW MEXICO
Five Thousand Acres Already
Filed On — Great Excitement.
F"l Paso, Tex.. April 22 -OH was dis
covered in New Mexico, a few miles
north of El Pas-., to-day. Thr» country
Is wild with excitement, and five thou
sand acres have alrea«ly been filed on.
The oil was found at a depth of. l..">*>
feet.
DOCTOR GIVES QUICK AID
Passenger on Subway Train
That Cuts Off Man's Leg.
• While attempting to board ■ soj'th
bound local subway train at 9*.?t Btl
or.rly this nvimins. John Rico, a i ! rk.
living at No. 72!> Knickcrbo<kor avenue.
Brooklyn, trapped and fell between the
third and list car. Hi* left lee was . i.t
off above the knee. iii the train was Dr.
Goodrich Smith, of the RUISSIJ in<l
'hi ld's Hospital. The doctor hurried t..
the injured man when the train iras
stopped, and. borrow Ins; a dozen hand
kerchiefs from passengers, made a tour
nlquet. which prevented Rice from bid d
in^ to death.
A policeman pressed a passing taximb
in Broadway into service, and. blowing
his whistle as the car wont along, en
abled its chauffeur to make .i q;i,;< trip
to the J. Hood Wright Boaa v.h. re
it was said that Rice as in a critical
condition
"PAT" CROWE HELD UP
Cudahy Kidnapper Accuses Pa
roled Prisoner.
Mansfield. « >hi<>. April "JU— Pat"
Crowe, the kidnapper of "Eddie" «'ud
ahy, later an araiujetist. was hold up
and robbed hero last night. 1
<'r..\ve tiled a complaint against John
Hums, a paroled Ohio reformatory pris
oner, who is held in ?.">. »•»»> bond.
SAVES THREE COMPANIONS
Wheel Man Handles Boat Single
handed for Eighteen Miles.
Toledo. <»bio. April '£1. Si.-iar«ferinjr
fr.-ni exhaustion nnd N-re!y |
sist the fames from a fjl
which had o\»r.oine his companions,
r?er. h rack, wheel sana el the
iaaaasj aaaU B, H. Hail, riaajsaft
worke<i th- v -,-sei ovaa w aajhjteaav
mile easafaa 1 i>t niKht. and l>r..us;ht the
three urc.>ris« ions Bseaßhen of" ths apafl
into lroti\ ill. dock early this morning:
tn time to aava their 11 1 \ •
Tbe enpine was an old on«\ rapaarad
just before the boat started from Toledo
to fret a earaja isf ti-h at I h.i-
selbreck was at the ariseel and .Ii I not
know rhe plißht of his companions un
til he went to the <;»i>in when cv
mile? out in the lake md found them
l\ins; unconscious.
MILLIONAIRE WALKS BEAT
News of Legacy Doesn't Affect
Patrolman.
[ R - • :■<• 1
Pittsburp. April Jt William H
Hardy, ■ paaVwaanii, hi aaitralllnaj hi*
beat to-mcht. net a Hha< andlni •
that h* racerred notice thai aaaradaaj tba'
he uas the S o'e b. ir as ■ f.-rt .
TorkfhJre, Fingiand. aal I t .<;;,.
,»..<■«! Hardy dn kjiaa be n iii . ..u
tinue to patrol his . | ,t |en«t tw.»
yrar?.
After r-->.*ei\ inn word of the Ircacv.
which COfDM from a we.tlthy uncle.
Hardy ordered a ' barujuot" for th»
members of bis patrol after which he
took up his baton and resumed patrol-
Una: hi* beat on the South Side tie was
popular before ho became wealthy, hut
now he la ci en Por»* POpntnr. In.-t
dentally, he Is a bachelor.
CUBAN COMMISSION SAILS
Visit to Washington- May Have
Important Result.-
Havana, April '_"_' A special commis
sion, consisting of th-> Maaaal of Fi
nance. Senor T»laa d*> Ville«fa«. Sonar
Qaharga **** Mr. r^ttaraon, rYtltf cfprk
of tt:e Department Of State.' sailed f,.r
the United States to-day, ostensibly to
attend the dedication of the new bulld
in« of the Bureau of American Repub
lics. It is ntSPeCttd however, that they
ha\e merely taken advantage of this «>c
caslon. and that their real mission has
much greater diplomatic siKtittV-unco.
NAVAL OFFICER KILLED IN DUEL.
,\trien*, April :£. - «'*ptaiu :*.<!aa shot
■nd Killed Coajimandet CtbiatopßleS mi ,i
,luel to-4ay, Th« Cfttass, <•>* the inurrel bc
l»ten the Mil si yfflorrs v not known.
I . < il> of >r« VorU. .!">»» . lit ,f»i Itnboke*
»:i..»Kwiir:uK rw» if.ma
WOLTER B GUILTY
IN FIRST DEGREE
Jury Deliberates Case of Ruth
Wheeler's Murderer Only
75 Minutes.
SENTENCE M WEDNESDAY
* i
Boys Nerve Never Failed as He
Heard Verdict — Blamed
Mythical Coney Island
Waiter.
HISTORY OP WOLTER CASE.
Ruth Wheeler - M March 24
Albert W. Walter arrested. . War- 25
Aibert W. Wolt-r indicted ..March 30
Trial began April *3
Jury complete April 19
Prisoner cSTvict«d Ap-il 22
Length of trial . . . Fiv« days
Jury deliberates 75 minut;*
Albert W. Wnlter was found guilty of
murder in the nr?»t de^reo Ust nia;ht for
killins: K>.rh a fnteeter. The verdict
wa.< racavned at Pv.-ji ..lock. The jury
cot the »aae af 7 1".. and went t.» dinner
at v . The-, returned at 10, so that they
had considered the evidence «eventy
five minutes. Wolter will be sentenced
WedrKS'la;. .
Pearl and Adelaide Wheeler, the sl.ster*
of the de.id srirl. WOVa in the courtroom
wh^n tho f. >r«"nan >if rhe jury announced
t!:e verdict. They hid been the principal
>vi*nes<so.3 acainst Wolter. and It was
Pearl Wheeler who caused his arrest
Wetter"* parents left th* courtroom
ntast JsMtaa P%aaaa chanted the Jury.
The-, were not t..Jd of the verdict last
nieht Mr«. Wolter anticipated the ver
dii-t wh^n shs h«*ard the evidence which
Fr.i r :k A. ?loss reviewed when he sum
med up hi.<» cise. She had to be taken
home in a mrraafti
Waiter heard tn»» verdict without th*
M .-ism ->f emotion. He had spent
the finie while the Jury waa out fn tho
pri.-=..n pen. where hf fell fast aslaeax
Ir took the efforts of two court at
tendai aken him. and th«n ho
*eemed dazed.
•They Got Nothing on Me," He Says.
"I am ready to so with you. They cot
nothing on mo," paid ho, as he was led
ir.*'» the courtroom.
As the jury filed in a murmur filled
the courtroom. The white and set faces
of the jurors told the verdict. W'otter
came in ■ few minutes later. As the '
Jurors answered the roll call there was
no further doubt as to their findings.
The m"n choked as they answered tr>
th»ir names.
"Have you reached ■ verdict?** asked
the clerk of the court.
"Wo have.' replied the foreman. "TV'
find the defendant anility of murder in
the first degree."
Waiter faced th.- Jury squarely. H*
did not seem to realize the gravity of his
po-itiou. The ordeal was over in a rpo
ment. • 'apt in Hart, of the court s»qua-J.
ai-te»l aa swiftly as did the lawyers <4rnl
jurors who tried the case.
"I am eighteen years old." whisper- d
the youth, as he answered to the ques
tions for his "pedigree." Then he listened
to the usual motion to set aside th v«r
■lict. which waa made by his lawyer.
"Th. motion is in all respects denied.
Mr. S. ..ft." said Judge Foster.
Wattes was taken back to the Tom:?*,
On the way he calmly accepted a clear
which was (riven to him by a sympa
thetic court officer.
Police Guard Courtroom.
An extra detail of polio** was on hand
to st:an! the courtroom when Walter wit*
brought out t.. hear the verdict. Tho
precaution was takpn because of th»»
many threatening letters which wer*
written t<> all those connected with th*
• ■as'-. Even the Bridge of Sighs w.i*
under ajnard until Wolter had paaaed
Baftfj into tho Tombs.
"I am gratified at the manner in w;?'cli
.Mr. M.»ss has handled the ca.*e," 5:11 I
District Attorney Whitman, "and at th*
-I dy and dignified manner in which
the trial was conducted."
-That boy certainly ha»! a wonderful
nerve." was all the comment Woltcr'*
counsel hid to matte Ho said that ho
would "ppe;!! the case.
Wolter's Story on Stand.
W. >!ter. undaunted by the tight wt*»
of circumstantial evidence which tho
prosecution drew about him. took th*
witness star! at 11 o'clock yesterday
morn mg m a last effort to *aye himself.
lie WiiM prepared, at nil events, Ii stick
to the one story that his counsel had
promised would clei*r him of the murder
of Rnfh Wbaatsr.
In a Hear voice he unhesitnf Ir.cly
answered the questions put to him by
h ; s hnryer, Wallace d. I M They re
\e;ile.l nothing beyond that which waa
alreadj known. Wolter said that en the
ila< of Ruth Wheeler a \isit to his apart
ment he was away from the. house. That
another man his r\ il rentus wtotM
nan.- h<- n.ni' as "Fred Ahner." aanat
have been r«*^p«'n.<«ib|e for the crime.
The prisoner answered .ill the .<»irpb»
questions put to him by Mr. Scott VttH
little hesitancy He itinetl his aMbi.
but could «ive the nan« „f n.. personal
he hat? met it the time K':th Wheeler
was supposed tr» have be»n killed. Hi«
mtd he- left his •ma short utter S
o'< link t<n t!i. niornin« o March -I. Il«
spent the. morning wandering about
Central Park.
At i o'clock on th- da\ <>f the murder
In was in the hakeahop In Thin* avenno
where Kathen .Mueller w*« einpa>jaa\
That part »>f his alibi was corroborates!
by Bernard Junemann. the owner •■•f th
tiakeshop. Thrn he \\«nt to a ."» ami
U> cent More mil b»uaht the paint and
brush with which th« fireplace had be«n
painted.
• Wolter had no difncult\ m estaMishinc
his -sh*»r«abouts tor the afternoon Jen
nie Fischer, the sa!e*Ktrl in th* ster«
where- the paint and bnuh were bought.
had aided him in .h*t part of hl» story.
but the m. .rums hours when, according
t.. tha evidence <>f the pro»#cu.tlon"» wit
uih.s. RuttJ WheeUr i .-.U.-d At the house.
v\ cv r.r.i counted ."or
Br. Bcott h.i^i ptomtstd 10 put the

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