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T?-dn>. fB|P> -._,. To-morr?w. rl?1M,, "^.rm; NEW-YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1911.-TWELVE PAGES. ** PRICE ONE CENT^?^,^^^^/V^""? F ??nnop" independents Say They Will Open Headquarters Here Within Ten Days. FEAR HIS HANDICAP IN 1912 Dix and Other Leaders of Party in City from Albany, but All Deny Senatorship Conferences. crtgt Mrldes wrr<* ^rorted yeeterday "' .-nonp tndependent Pem gthro ighOUl the state to hreak tlie ?Sattrnhrp ' ,Siirlrs F M<*r*lh>' an(1 "|flr,,r. ... Tammany boaa for good and al!- . The leadera In the movement recently I . aaalng the state. mlkinpr dtfltrid leadera, and are s<? _Jh 1 Wlth the strong anti :,t found in aii quartera, Btrlct organizatla.**. men ? rafl Bfld L that tha-y de flar(JI-; headquarters would be opfn,.(! ? Within the next ten dyV? ;,.,; B ihorough organlaatloa can |>|ninat< I ' - l -Tons; llne Of attaek ? ?? preaenl formattva ? \. ment "tif i-r two mool IntlmatOly Idontlfied -. rd ij to cotne into thro;> ire i whola antl-Mur But thinas have ad ? WOS said, that a name jor , . rganlaatloo has alrraaiy I... I. II may he ealled the I '.-man ratia* L.agllO.** j'.. ? fth* Murphy propasanda . ? aenatorahlp deadlock at Xbn: i on, top of the Tammany I methoda of handllng ht-ster conventlon, make the Um* moal propltlo-U-, t* araa ? ted actlon ?-trik!ng r - VI irphy thmne. lt ls ex Democratlc Insurgento ti.- |r ? ? k. Murphy and hta maii -? idll" fall Into line ln iuch a movement, and hundred.-- <?r Dei*:. mghoUl the state win, hav* entertained organtaa Itoa ] ? ? he e elready .ilcriazea. ? ' ie cauae, li wafl said. thi Independeni DeoMcratlc ? ? ? ? ? ? to a man, ??--?- * Murphy's B.ssism. ? ?? o upoi In no 1 , lt woa explalned, aa ;t io Boek Ihe upheaval ? ihe Tammany organ* . ??? tbi* "ii th* ? lator. The tn mpath* ii- ? " : ? nith 'hr eltmlnatlon si BbBohitfl Btmalsia -' ii.1* for, thr np. ?-"lf . ith poi ul pregtlge of ? - late, ?! even light* n n th* na< 1 '1 2. ? ivoH m ould v- ia and state-wMt ime for I - hl von eat* nd to I who ?? heen rloee t.? I '! v 111 " M ll 'lli he h;ial OP' *' thoae f-"in thii . ? menl have ? aln* e l ; it ] narj * aark. it . na - ?? ho are understood t.-a ki n th Initlatlve In thi now B< in.i Menken, : '? Emmi I and Fred* ri'* Thon as M. ? _borns a ame Friday, and Wllllam v.a ln tii" a??!? jester ' -at this partj. u!ai* time ilgnlllcant. ? ? . Dem ratl* i?ad ? . ' li] "' 1r-..M 111 tlie a -ity lool ? i. nd, bul none devel ona of tht leadera i been guilty of n Ltundaj for pur I la See Gpynor To-day. .. ??' half .'. i;overaor Pix, lorf, thal h< had nol any of thr lr-nd ii.. . Kpocted to con ? ;.-i- nor to-day, it "Aas ind i . ha i | . ? . 'all. lt would ? urac j. I Ite ??i'""-' I ? hls home, ng om way nt I F. i lohalan, ? bo waa ? -.,., .i ,'r.| hr- meoa ige nor, and ?alaJ ihat ther ? ? sir ir j.-, ? and i ln the s.-tia eeting Charlea i Eaai ITtii the day, and lata ln the ? , iii.. country ?* at at Mr. Murphy haal r;r,t vla. H t fruiii anv of ? ? , y. it Wafl --aid. ? *,_? at his- Btimmer ? !-? Bl Jamea, Umg lal *r.ri. . , ithoul a '-aii trom Mr. i fltientlal men. He Brooklyn boma by auto t, :? v. .is said. ol the oplnlon ? i. si natorahlp di adloi i*. '-'? A .... ,,ra. ..??. t ..1 ai breah fn ture. Thr- Qovernor received l Um laat*faw daya in ~"*ci-<i t., B ? a,t,,|.ra ? ltdate. Ha aj hlg mind iii regard tn ?asconi , ii-it thoughl of tak ???* sld* onteat, it w.is aald. Governor Seei Bronx Animals. '- md Mra. Dta attended aer riees ai ? :bur* h yaatarday fon - Tht Qovernor \isitrd Ihe Child V" '-"? 1 .xiul.it at tha. Tlut Ke-.;iment A,r;- ' ? .-?. rdaj . and made a <sli"tt bd* H . xpreaeed hla gympalhy for ? | ai,,,,, in that din. tlon ; romotera svery Bucccia, r'*" ' -.nd Mra Wa !at'r *****' fla al Gardenfl in their ?Utoi ;,.,.) wtn th.- KUaSts Of Dl :' r Hornaday, who aha-wed ttia-m U''l'.tn tbfl \arious anima) h'lusta. Tlie t'-u-iiia.. | ou ?? ' r.ai.l l aar GAYNOR IN CONFERENCE Sees Grout and Justice Carr on the Senate Fight. Aftor a long conference in the Mon? tauk Club laal night between Mayor Gaynor. former Controller Edward M. Orout nnd Jeetlce Wnitam J. Carr, 11 wai aald thai Juatlce Victor J. Dowllng atnl Martin H. Qlynn, formerly Btata fontroiier. wera found to be tho mod suitable nvn that cooM be recommended ns coatpromlBa randldatea for the United states aenatorahlp. Mr. Glyaa'i quallflcatlona a ere atated to he i-iirtlctilarly good. Ii was held by the conferrefs thut aa an Upetate man he WOttM satlsfy the friends of Mr. BhOl han. who have heen dematidlnR that the upstate Interests he reeognizod. whlla it was also potnted out that he was I Cathollc. BIG OCEAN MOTOR SHIPS An 8,000-Ton Vessel Being Built at Hamburg. IBjf CflMe t i lhe Itlbeae.] London, Peb. lt. -s.? Mtlafactory ;""" the developmenti ln conneetlon wlth motor-propelled veeeela th.u pereoni well competonl to Judge think that wlthln Um next Ava yean n large number <-f boati with.uit bollen or funnela wlll be croflfltng thfl Atlantlc Regrei is ? \ preaaed al tht tnd thal all those now be itiR conatructed ara f>.r f..r' Ign own Bhlp An k.i.-t,.n motor ho.it for the transport of cargo ls b'-ltiK built at llniti hnrtc for tho Hemburg* American Line. and a go.ni deal is underatood to di i on th.- result of this Inltlal exp- i in .? :iV a paaaenger and cargo llner of :,,000 tons. equipped wlth Interna] combuatlon enpines, Ii aboul to ba Iald doem by a Clyde flrm. This veeeel ls Intended for a Danlah company, and In her caae it wlll he possible to start thfl tnglBCfl in five minutes. as compared with tho nfteeu l.ours requlred to relec ateam with boll ers. it if aNr. estimated thal one hundred tons of <>il will take a llner as far as three hutidred t"ns of eoal, so that the spaee neceeaary for fuei will be only one-fourth of that at preaenl reqalred. At MiddleshorouRh orden ha\e been booked f..r two N-.rwegian whalers, to bfl driven by Dleeel motore, whlle at Waiie eiirl a larpe fr-iprhter similarly propelled is being completed tor aervlce on Cana? dlan .-anal? and the takea connectlng wlth them. _ ALMOST MOB NEW Y0F1KER. Alex. Potter Contradicted Okln homa Woman Commissionrr. [Fb Tri?pr.i>h te The Trlbuae 1 nki.nl'. i.i i'i; ? Okla Feb. 12 -A acena waa preclpltated ln the dlnlng room of the '.r-adinc hot. I here to-nlght when Al'xander Pottl . I '- dTBUlli l B pert. of New Vork City, gave tho lie dl recl t" Mlaa Kat- Bamard, <t-.no Com? mlaaloner "f Charitiee and Correcttona, tnd \. a- almoal mobbed '? iurroundlng men. The New VorkT ll preparlnji a eet pians for a new waterworkfl ayatem for Ity, aad hal ensaerd ln lhe gen? eral row ov?r that pi ? ?Miss Bamard, you are no lady; you are hl ilng behlnd yoi n I.t* lo Bght me," he dfl-Bclar* d. The woman pollticlan replled thal she wai merelj trylBi to "defend her i ""r t.eopie from HquW lewerage." Mr. Potter challenged her a1"' Bhe named the Btate Commtoflloner Bf Health. ? That is ? lle. Mr P< tt. r <- plled A man grabbed tho Nea Torker b; th ? ollar and hurled hlm agalnal a pil tar Mlaa Bamard and ? hotel elerk ln ? ii n Bome one gi l ip '>??? shr,,,t ?Iclll hlm." bul the crowd wai forced b8fk _ -1-?- ?'" DOG AND BULL DIE FIGHTING Three Men Unable to Stop Battle in Barn at Carlstadt. N. J. An Engllah bulldog welghlng forty two pound. "nd ? Holeteln bull foughl to the death on Baturdaj night at the atock 'arm of Bben Grover, a atock raiser. at Carlatadt, N. J. The dog, valued nt $750, had been in Qrover'i poBaeaalon only ? "-? ek. In aome wa) the dog managed to get. lnto the box atall of the bull on Baturday and the battle was on risrht awav. Hearlng the nolae, Qrover and two of his men rndeavored to Beparato the animale, bul after Orover had his rlghl leg badly bitten by the dog tha men w< re forced to n tr> al from the atall ?i he battli < nd< d wb< n the dog tore Indpipe from th< bull and, gored through the b??dy, i raa d to n corner ....... dled The bull wai valued nt >i hki Qrover'i right leg waa >o ?o ve'rely bitten bj the dog thal he di c di l ..me t" thla city and und rgo treat ui.iit al tb'- Paateur Inatltute, GAVE SON POISON-MIXTURE Mother's Mistake Fatal to Little One?She Attempts Suicide. a poleoaoui mlxture glvea by mlstaki ror cough medlclnfl by Mri Bt Itg Roeen -,,. ,_ |o bei thn ? yeai old aon Martin ,, ttcrda: ? i ia ?! thi death of the ,1,11,1 ? fea miniit's later al No SOO Wadaworth avenue, Reallalng her mle take, Mis. Roaenberg tried to gwallow aome*of th? mtature heraelf, bul wi Btralm d l.r Qeorga E. Bteel, of Broadwaj and 79th itreet, "as called three dayi ago t-. attend the chlld for ? lever.Id. H<? preerrlbed ? cough mlature and ? mlat mtalnlng carbollc acl. ereoeote and tat. whi- h was to bfl us. ?i ror Inhalatlon. fl,, Bterda) mornlng tha chlld waa aelaed wlth I Vlolenl Bl Of ? OUghing, and Mrs. Roeenlprg eoughl to relleva hlm aith whai ihe thought waa the cough mixture. Bha ga\.' ih- chlld half ? ipoonful, ami h wai imimdiai.lv aelaed wlth convul* alooa ?n,.. nioih. r reallaed her tntatake and ran * reamlng Into thfl hall Neighbori ?ummoned Dr Btanle fC< : ee, of No. M2 Weal Iffid itreet, and Dr. B. W. Alllaon, 0j fjo 700 Weel iMsi itn i t, and Patrol maa Beei_BBB, ol th< W9* i-'oi atroot n in ih. no bb Uma Mi ' i? iK became hyatera al and tried to drlnk aom, 0f the llqutd wh* h ihe had glven i,,, .,|,, bul wai reBtralned bj her hufl* band. Dr. J?*?oi>*>, ol tha Waahlnfton i(.;.;his Hoepitai. w.ib alao called, bul th?. thraa doctorg - ouM do nothing to _a\e the child. M. Famous ArGhitect Thrown Out of Taxicab When Madison Ave? nue Car Strikes It. SKULL MAY BE FRACTURED Mother with Him at Hospital, Where He Was Still Uncon scious Early This Morning ?His Condition Grave. John Mervcn Carrere, of <*r.rrere & Haatlnga, "ne ?.f tbe foramoal architei-fs nf the country, was thrown from a taxi cab whlch aas run doara by a trolley car al Madison avenue and T'jth street laal nlghl nnd ls now in the Preabyterian Hoapital in b danger us condltlon. Ihe .-.wrReains aay t.'-at he haa i*on< ussion ??f I the braln, and think thnt his skull is : probably fractured. .Mr. Carrdre had Jual 'ofl tii** house of ii>.<n Barber, r.t No. I2S Baal Tith atreet, and was on hla way taa his apartment ai Na 10 Baal .'ilst street. Carl Prederlck. ' son, a chauffeur employed by tha Now Vaark Taxicab Compaay, who was driv Ing the cab In whlcb Mr. I'arrV-re was riding, etarted bctom Madlaon avenua as s aouthbound car was npproai*hing. Patrolman Mi nohan, of the Baal 67th street statlon, who ?.aas a.n tha- north weat corner, Blgiialled to the chauffeur, bul before hc COUld make himself un? derstood the aai* haai ramniH the side of the taxicab, turnlng it saa iha* ii faced in the oppoette directlon and waa partly r,n the sldewalk. The force of tho collMon Uurew Mr, Carrere oul of the cab aeverdl feet away. He Btruch on his head and UtpOfld into uneonsi-iousnes? He had not come tai Ji is scnses earh thi.** morn? ing, and grave fOflUTfl for his reao\ et*y wara expres:*ed at the hoapital. Monohan ran to Mr. oarr,*re's aaatst ance and ealled Dr. Harttvell, of the Preebyterian Hoapital. Mr. Barher, who was JUSl ontorlng hls house nfter htd <iing Mr. I'arrera- g'"d nlght. heard the a raeh and came np In time to IdenUfy his frlend. Mr. Carrere's mother and brother were ealled t>> the hospital ahnrtly before midnight. Mr. Cairdrc mm. bom in K?c. de Jn ? elfo, Rr-t-.il. where hls pnrents lived, on November 9, Itit. He Wt that rountry al an aarl\ ?.-?? Bnd received his enrly ? tiaan iii Switserland. He ?as grad uated from the Ecole dea Be.mx Arts. Parla, In 1882, and came t.-? this country. wiiii.- studylng ln Parla Mr. a'arr^re met Thomns Haatlnga, who was also a stu denl "tt the Boaux Arta. After the young "ien had received their dlpp.ir.ae they deciderl to form -* partrterihip, and the flrm or Carrere A- Hr.-tlngs was founded by them in ISS4 Carrtr* and Haatlnjsjs received the'.r * rly training under the tutelag.- of Mc ! Kini. Mead & White. .^I'ln after Mr. Carrere had entered Into partnerahtp with .\ir Hostlnga ttto new flrm made it:. flrat Kt'^t aucceee, when it r)r.g\'*Tir>r' ihe botels Ponce dr- i.con and Ah*?zar. ln si. itlne, Fla The designs for these ho tels ralsed a nea standard in the Bouth, and archlt??cts eii over the country | praiaed Ih* a orli With IhHr fi'ii*r* ?>* archltects of ti.e younger school rapldly .?preftiimg. the maraberi of th-* flrm .-*oa,ri desijjneri m-anv bulldlnga In lhl? dty and a.*ewh?re, i!'.'irr them being thr Patenaon Clty Hall, the pjeree Puilding. the Sloane in Baat T'.'d street. and tiie ha.uae of Commodore B, ?' I'-n-rP't, .,? indian Harbor with th^ construction of the Llfe" Bulldlng, in Weal 81al ftrt-rt. and the Natlona] .cademj of Dealgn, in went .'aTth Btreet, together with th<* Kdi?..i ind "Mall and Expreaa" bulldlnga, the flrm of Carrere A- H.istings gatueri n i lace among the foreinoal ranka r-'f ar , hltocta in this countr* ln lSfiT *'arr?*-re & Haatlnga set tiu sr.il on thrir BUCCeoa by their BUtlflBBful I'ld ui the competltlon f'-r aleslgim fa.r tlie new Publlc Uhrnry ln this clty. Thl.s award mme io the flrm a few alays after its rKsigns for the Natlonal Academy of Dealgn had been accepted. Then came the work of erectlng the a'amgress anal Benate ofllce bulldlnga, in Waaablngton, and the great1 sl monumont of the firm, tin- huge Pennaylvania station here. W.E.D.STOKESWEDS AGAIN Hotel Man Marries Denver Young Woman in Jersey City. W, i. i> Btokea, proprietor of the Hotel Aneonie. Broadway and 78d .treet. in thl.s ?- i l \. was married al.aaut 1*1 .aaioa-k on Baturday mbrnlng t.a Mi<s Helen Blwood, -.f Denver. The woddlng tooh place in the home <,t the Bee t?i .ja.iin i.. Bcudder, at No HT Bentley ;,-, t,;.'.'. .1' raey ?'it'. Hdgbts Mr. BtokOS and Miss BlWOOd arrlved ?ii Dr, Bcudder*a home in an automoblle. Mr. Btokea produced n lleeaaa ?nri the ceremony waa performed without deiay. * ii th- papera Mr. Btokea gave his name oa Wllllam Baarl i>odgi- stokes, his age hh "over forty-Bve ye.-tr*-" and his father*a name as James Btokea. Hfl BBld be hari baaa married onoa pravtooaty ami was dlVOTCOd Miss ElWOod said aha was twent].-four yaars .,1,1. Wft8 1)0rn ln Denver and was the daughter Of John n. Blwood and Bmma Com bea Elwood. William Carl Dodgfl BtokOfl lli IB00 was .mail by bbi wife. for moi ly Mins mt_ Hernandea d'Alba Aeoata, for a dlrotue on atatutory grounda Bha gr,t n docree anrl Mr. Str.ka-s was forbtdden to marry nf_;,iii during her llfetlme. Mr(, Btokea afterward mdrried Captaln Phltlp \\. Lydig. MAY CROSS MELLEN'S LAND Rival of New Haven Railroad Plans to Go Over His Mowing Field. Bturbridge, Mas.?. Feh 1: - if tt... piana of Um propaefld routfl of Um Bouthera New nd it.-i:t: ?..*.! a aubfltdlery ,.t th? ,-,?i,<t Trunk. ara acr.-a-rl t,., ly roedbed ..,11 run through land la thic town ami,*.,! 1 v charlei ? Mellen, praatdflnt <>f ihe *s>w y,,ik. New Haven k Haitfr.pl Rallroad nrhii h oppoead ihe grantlng of a rimiif., to ,i,^ Bouthern Nea Bngland company laat year, Tahe plana, .a* nir-.i wm- ihe i<>. a 1 aeleet* man, ?-?11 f*?r rights through a Mret, 1, ,,f iiii.wuiav land owned by Mi Mellen, <-ho boiaght it aiiiout a year ago. MEMBERS OF THE GRISCOM FAMILY ON THE BOABDWALK AT ATLANTIC CITY. MR. AND MR8 OEORGE BR GRISCOM, SAY MD W GO 10 SAN FRANCISCO PULffl Church of 49ers Gives Fifth Avenue Baptist Pastor Warm Reception. PREACHED THERE SUNDAY Report That He Will Accept Call Held in Trustworthy Quar ters Here To Be Correct. a dispap-h from Ban Franclflce reeter day telllng <<f Cor eathUStaettfl niann^r ln whieh the eonardgatlon of the First ronKrefcatlonal ChUTCfa of that elty re eelved tli?> ROV. '"harh'S F Aked. of the Fifth Avenue Baptlai Church, of Man York. revlved the rumor that Dr. AWer] mi-stht be moved to accepl a <ai' to the rnilpit of that old hOUfll ,,f norship. founded in th- histori'- dn>s of 1840. A vtitual conflrmatlon of Um rnwor **?&* ohtained laat nlghl from a truatwortby snurre in this elty, tho.irh authority to quote its uponsor was tlt-nifd Thfl san Francloco dlapatch pald that the Flrsf <.-oncr">rat;or.al Chuith thero had beea se-flklnr a pastor itace the s<td dea death of Dr Giorg* -vd.-nns, in July. f>r Madison l'. Peters 111 Ird the pulp'.t in the Interlm. but I large elennnt ln the ?~hur<m waa aVeree to plvins him a prr menent call. aid ? si-one effort arai madfl to recure fr Aked. Thr latter Bnally agreed to preach for three Sun dayi in ordnr thal hl and the rnntrrctne tlon mlghl bave a chance to ka how thfly would lik-- fl-a.-h other lt aaa bb parenl yeaterday, thf diapatch aald, that t".. congregatlon aaa more than satisflrd ^ith tboir cholce i?r. Ak^d. honever, BBld that at thr nr^sent tlme lt WOUld bo bad taste to aay anything on th" matter. Tho Rev. I ?r. Addieon Moore. who has been Wt i:i charge of thfl Flfth Avenue Baptist Church during tho abpen'ifl of Hn pa.st.ir. aald la*et night thnf he waa un awarp of any int"tit on tho part of Pr. Aked to leave tl.hurrh. Thr doctor bad aald etnphatlcally when hr wenl away that he wan only aoin< for a mldwlnter hollday, and that hfl WOUld bo back on tho flrst S'ind.'iv in Mav. b to preach at the mornlns oni evening aervlcea i'r Moore drew at tentlon to the weekly calendar of thfl ehurch of laat Bunday, ln wblch Dr. Akod had aald that in order fo dlspel tbo rumor which aeerned t,, be enrrant ho wtehed to Impreei upon hla frtonds that there waa abeoiutety bo roason for his trip other than murh needed rost. a promlnenl member of the .hurrh. however, when askrd last nlghl about tb- poflfllblllty "f Dr. Aked acoeptlng tho Weetern call said thal if would not bo >. erj much >>f a aurprtoe tn many mem i.orb of tho congregatlon if he erare to do to. it it;if well known, he iald, that i?r. Akod waa deepl] dtoappoUited at the re? cenl fallure of hla pei piroject. tha erec ti.,n of a nea church building, even Ihough thal fallure aai temporary. an.i tln- doctor bad exprepaed hlmaelf openly ob lha aubjeel Ha bad even gone ?>> far, tho Mpoak.T said. as to doclare publlcly that unleee a aea bulMlBg aaa procured !,, could not s.<- hla waj ? lear to re main long' r wiih iho church. Not long ago. the member contlnued, a movemenl atn* atarted for tbo pu-p..se and a ronAlerable amounl of money collected, bm becauei of the ta<'t that ?Bveral Influenttal motnben of tho church declded that it BTBfl not good POttC? to bulld on the preaenl Mta a dtopnta aros* and tho mom-y was rflfunded. iu,,. of tii.- truateea "f tho church, soon yeaterday evening, waa "f tbo oplnlon that Dr. Aked'a reeignatlon wouid not com.- as a complete aurprtae. He thought, however, 'btt the doctor*a rea? aon '-ir leating wouid be his poor hoaiih. ?It ls w. il known," he aald, "thal Dr. Aked has beea ? aulferei from lung iroublfl for aome tlme peat He haa only rir^ntu recovered from I eevere attack ,,t typ).i n is sai.i thal noa ho haa only "ti" lung, and it may bm that, ?i though he d.-.-s i1"' care to aay so. he tblnka Mcw Vt?rk ls no ptace for a man with only ona lung. H< could nol flnd ? better place than Callfornla, though. lt may ba lhal h- has declded to stay there"_ VIRTUOUS POLICE OFFICIALS Resign Because Town Fathers Allowed Fight Pitturcs. -BTeetariy, A '? K''1, '-' Movioi plctur-ao ,,f .i i ru> Bghl wera axhlbJted In Vfeeterly leeterde} and aa ?? reaull t"? memben ..f tho town'e i"'11" commlaaion, uin.un Cul 1,-v tnt ii"'?'?' '? Burdtek, haea teadi ta I their reetaBBUoaa, >>u tht ground ttiut their offoris tn proi" i lhe morala ol -i.< i oaunu i,hj have not mei th< auppon ol tba towa counrll . , . , Vesterday ihe i-ouncll bew ,. apeclal aea ?ion. and ln ?plte of j ? proti ita ot ? lergy men and olher? voted four lo two to allow rh* plcluea io be ehown The reslgnatlona of tiio police coromlaelonera fuiiow-ed. GEORGE B. GRISCOM, JB. Who sald that he expeoted to marry tho misslns Dorothy Arnold. (PhotographH by the Am--"rt.-an iT.fcs Aa*i< i.-uion.i LLOYD-GEORGE RETURNS English Cabinet Member Not Yet in Good Health. lyondon. Peb. 12 Davld Lloyd-George. fhaneeHor of the Exrheqtier. returned to England to-dav fron. Naplea. where lie hnd fapent the laat few weeks in the bopfl of regaining his health Th<? Chancellor haa not yet coraplotely recoverod from hif? Ittneaa and win spend tbe romii*g w-eeV at Rrightnn. CHINA'S PLAGUE CHECKED American Physician Fears An? other Outbreak in Spring. London, Fab '"? ? k dispata*h from Tien-Tsi.i aaya thal Dr. Peok, an Ameri ran phyalclan, who has just returned from a t iur of Ui ? dlatrlcl between Bhan Hai-Kwan and Moukden, reporfs that the ii.igue haa be* n che* hed and ia not f-preading ln Nofth Chltta. He fears, however, ar epldemic In tha aprlng. TO STOP'PHOn'e'RUBBERING' Bill in New Hampshire Would Impose $10 Fine. [Bj T*Vir-i|b "- fh? Trtlri.ne ' Portamouth, N. H., Fab. ll'. - Herman A ''lark. of this dty, a tnember of rhe state LegiBlature, has framed a hill Which Is Imlr-d wlth joy throughout the state. where three. four and flve party telephone Unea ara- numerous. lt has heen nlcknamed the "rubber ner-k 'phone blll," and lt provides for a fine of $10 for Bach ar.d every offence of nilfully breaking in on a telephone ronversatlon or taking down .--. receiver and listening to a converaatlon between others on the pnrty line. " \ gre..f deal r.f trouble haa been caueed OUt here." .--aid Representative a'lark. "through people Uatonlng to tele? phone converaatlona whlch they knew were nol Intended for their a*ars. Why, D here when- I llve, in the south end aectkm or tiu- waterfront, then- has been ?... nuir*h of this telephone llstening go ing on. and then thepe prlvate converaa? tlona repeated, thnt it bas got to be ealled Tattlfl Polnt.*1 -o LIQUOR SELLERS BARRED Cannot Be Citizen.s, Says Fed pral Judge in Tennessoe. [B] Ta-!r_r^;ih to Jbe TTlbWW.1 Ifemphla, ivb. 12, -ftaloonkeopera, bartendeia and all others whoaa buslneos lt |a to aell Intozlcatlng .lrlnks in Ten neeoee, were held t" be ineiigibie to cltlsenahlp of the Unlted States by Ked eral Jndge John B MeGall yaatarday. He toph two appllcatlona for natural Isatlon under advlaemanl for a month. Filllppi Vanni. an Itallan. anal <'ea*-rge Coitgloa, ??' Greek, were heard one month ago in examlnatlon for naturaUaatlon papera. H v:1*- ahown thal thej arara tmgnged In Iho Uquor tiatTi'*. Tlie <1e cleion aaya: "N,. -'nn can auppori the Constitution .af tn<- Unlted Btatea and of the Btate of Tenaeaaee and uphold tha- lawa of both ns they ar" requlared to do under oath I" aecuring naturallgatlon papera and al the same time angaga in the unlaarful voa atlon "f aolllng llQUOT ?n a Btate where it? sale ls prohlbltad by law " HELD FOR CRUELTY TO KITTEN Girl's Story Arou3es Priponer to a Con tradiction of Net Guilty Plea. Thomas Murphy, <>f No, u: Eaat Ntfe .Htra-er. a\.i- arralgaed ln the Night Court last nlKhi ran the aaiuiplaint of IfotltS Herps. r.f \a, ttl Eaai .'.tii Btreet whn eharged Murphy Wlth itii'ltv ta, anlmal*.. The w..in.in aald lhal aha aaw Murphy throw ,i kiiti.i from tif aaoond floor to tha atreel Mm .ii-,. wl ? had pleaded r.ot guUty, burat in ly aaylag: ? it waaa't iii" aaoond floor. it wa. um fln*t." ICaglfltaTBtfl Appleton turn.-al to li'.m .md aald: ?(ih, \a.ii ..I.- ia| guilty to throwing lt from ir - :i* ? t BOOT. 'Iai | Mll Murph) murmured -..me aacuaa,, im he woa held ln U? ball for trial Mlia_ Hflrpa prodUCed ti.e klttell 111 BOUTta Bhfl bllld lt ir?'aa uoabla to w*ik IWO E IN DEATH PACT Woman Kills Son and Herself, Followinq Husband's Death. TRIPLE FUNERAL PLANNED i Parents Didn't Want Boy to Re main to Suffer Hardships They Endured. OTford. Me . Feh. 12?Tn taHNm-Mlt Of ja compact alleg'd to have heen made I wlth her husband during his lingering 1 illnoss. arhich drath ended yesterday. I Mrs. Lynwood B. Keene fook her otn i life to-day. aftor fataliy abootlng her foarteen-year-old son. Qerald. The com j pact. dated aboul a month back, was I frtind hy tiie <'oroner in B PCaled IB Ivelopi Ib the arotnan'i nom. Keene WBI formerly a prosperous farmer. hut. ac.-nrdlng fo the rompart, the family had become impoverlshed and i dtsoourage.l dwing his long siokness. He j area thlrty-eight years old and hls wife I was a year or fwo voiiii-^er. The doenment. found in a dres?e- (n Mrs. Keone's room along with several farewel! letters to rMatlveg. hore the names of both Mr. and Mrs. K>ene. al? though the husband apparently had been too feeble to m.'ike moro than h>s | mark. his name being wrltten by hls wife. Tho document reclted hrlefly the family troubles. the resu't of Mr. Keone's illness. In if his death was predicted, and it was stated that as both the pnr onfs thoti-irht it arould be wrone to have [thelr aon remaln in tho world to euffer tbe tro'tbleo they bfld experienoed Mr?. Koono bound herself fo 'do away." In fhe words of the compact, arlth hereelf and thoir aon Gerald as soon as poeetUe nft^r ti'.r- death ot' tho husband nnd father Friends of tho family who ^ere hi the hotige tO-day aaetetlng iv iirr-parinc: th-* ! body of Mr. Keene for burial hoartl shots flred upBtatra They found tho boy Ger? ald ln bod in his rhamber with a buUet around ln his rieht tompl<\ So r]ose bad the revolver been held to the child'a head. probablj arhile ho was aata p, that the hair aboul Iiis temple '?'?as sir.rod. The boy arai allve, but uncons-'lotis, when found. He llVOd less than an hour. Meanwhlle the door of Mrs. Keone's room "as found locked, and. rueated knocks brinuring 1:0 ansvr, it was broken ln. The womaa'a body was found atretched on tho bed. There araa a buii<-t around, ahowlng that she had placed the revolver musalC t<> tiio roof of ber mouth and flred. death probably being iBfltantaneoua The revolver was on the bed boside hor Dlrectlona r^earding tiie dispositlon of tho bodlos wore left in letters to rola tlvos. to whom alao some small gifts were made of the personal belonKlngs of the family. Huaband and wife wished to be hurled tn a double coffln. nnd nsked that their sori's cofllfl and tlieirs be placed ln the t-amo 1 ox for flnal burlal. So lf has been arranged. and tho trlple funeral wlll be held her>? ne\t Wednes? day. Thfl document oontaining the compaet here tho date of January lt>. 1911. Com bln?d arlth lhe Rrlm agroetnent *ero some dlrectlona ln regard to boquests of property belonflng to Mr. and Mrn Keene. Relatlves, who regard lt as vlrtuallv tht- last wlll and t.stament of tl,.- deoeaaed, guarded lt carefully t<> nlghl and do, lined to make public Its wording It ls expecfd that the docu meni will be flled for prohBtfl after the funeral. * RODE FIRST SAFETY BICYCLE [By '? ! .Tii'V : 1 The Trl'..iinc| tlost.fln. ?99 !-- Kratik AV. \\>.<t"n, who dled yesterday at th* Mount Pleasant Hoaae, Ib Reabury, ~a* w?mi kBeara n.< an architect, eat perhapa more aapeetally for bia latereat In bleycling and hou?ei>oat.s. Hfl was the tirst man to rlde a safety bl cyele and a partner of -t'olonel A. A. rope. Born In KiiKland. be had llved lmg ln this country rle \fla> aboul sixty-iseveij years old apd araa a w tdower. I s But Represcntative of Family | Sees the Griscoms at At I lantic City Hotel. - SAYS SEARCH IS AT AN END Brother Says There Is No Reagon I to Continue It, but That He :L,. Does Not Know Where Sister Is. Mrs. Ftancls Tt. Arnold came TiarW from Kurope yesterday on the Pnnnonla. saylng that filio did not kr.ow whether her daughter Porothy. who BBI been mis?ting alnce December 1S_ was bHvi or dend. John W. Arnold bflf aon. met her_ and sald no member of fhe Arr.old fam? ily. and no ono reprceonting lt, li"<l '"'or* or rommnnicHtod wlth Oeorgfl I tithh* oom, jr.. at Atlauti ? CRy. But ln AttaBtlfl Cltf thflta appeared a.Mr BUBSman, w-ho has heen a c,,nn dentin! man '.t Frann-* R Arnold for ten yonrs. iio talked Wtth the OrtBCOtBgJ did not rogistor at ary hotel, M far aa is knowti. and irereed to be an emlneery of the Arnol ls to Q ' ' WO?tt| add r.othin- to bia atatemeal oa iataB* <iay that he expected to marry tba mtoB" ing girl. John W Arnold aald :-'.:ssman b.ad gOBfl te Atlant.r Cltj I " I rflflt. Tho Arn"id family*! refaaal to take' Ortocoaa'a alleged Intentlone ?ei-i"u?ly was not modlded. Mre Kn dd aald she oa.i not conaented to ;<n eagageBient an-a John W. Arnold -??' I UM family ho**. dropi od the aearch. GRiSCOM LOCKS UP HIS SON "His Talk Btifht OftenC. Arnolds'* ?Dctcctives Watofa Suite. [By TcIegTuph tr> Tbe Trlbaae ' Atlantlc- City. F*b. 12. -Oeorgfl i. fJrls^ com kept his forty-tero-year-old eoni under lock and kev all dav to-day, to| pr?vcnt him from telllng his story of thei case of the misaing Dorothy H C Ar? nold. because. as the father said. he waa afraid that hls sons talk arould offond the Arnold family. Early this mornfm? the youngBT r?ris-. eom went fo the auite occupled bj h'.-s parents, and ap to a late hour to-night. none of the Orlscoms had emergod from; that suite. They had thelr nn al? s.-nt ln,, and itfUBafl 10 ar.r-uer < .!'.s or BMBgBgggP of any kind. Lat? in the evenintr the elder Griscom allowed his aon to speak to on* reporter over the t.-lephone only to pr.ive that Mr.: QilBCOm. jr . WBfl there nnd bad not gone' to Philadelphia. as was ru.n>>red. Detectlvea wh.t have suddenlv ap* pear?-d on fhe 0888 oceupied polnta O*. vantage Ib the corridor of the Chalfonte Hote.l near the Griscom s'llte, but they saw n thing of the fJriscoma to-dav. Theeo detOCtlVBfl rafUBfld to e;iy who em ployad them. bOl tt* their app^af-in'<* came slmulraneoiislv with tha'. of | Mr. Suaaman. confldflntlaJ rapreeentatlee oi Mr. ArnoM. it wa- taken for granted that thejf bnd beea enimKed bv the Ar m>Ma to aratch over Ortocom'a move menf Sussman Opens Neqotiationa. Th* arrlval "f BuaBnai a t-; regarded here as the prinm develootnenl of the case here to-dfl! . iuaamBB did not reg.. iftr-r at any of tb.> boteta -'"a far -aa coutfti be learned, bul * ent dlrei tly te ' ie ?;ri? com suite at Um Chalfonte, evtdentlj by appolntment. He has heen Mr Arnold'a confldentlafl man for several yean, and Ifl looked upon h-^re as the emlSBBiy Ot that family1 ln the negottatlone arhich ? ' ' duptw the ellmax of the case Hls arrival. and apparently ImportBM conference wlth the Oflecoma. enttrfltpl dlecounted tbe hoatod dentala of fhe younger Qrtacoin'i etBtementi by mem* bers of, the Arnold family. ThlMB ttpA g^ther with tho atatement of Jack Ar^j nold that Ortooom bad obhgated hlmself to r]., eertaln thtnga ?'? a ion aa Mis* AjpJ nold araa found, B-uaeaaan'a c.nferenoe was regarded as be.iring tolely ob 'he iBBl details that rentalnod to 1>* .""flftled1 before Ortoeom and Mtoa AraoM araaajj united in marrlage Rogor tyunrn, former Chlef of poiicaj of Pitteburg, tic bome town of tb- <;rta-l corns. and famous later for bM COMMB'l tion with Harry k. Thaw's tot*nooo, ia ia thi.-> dty, nn.i ln cloea and co?taai < om munlcatlon wlth Oeorge B. Ortocota, ah. 0*Mara la bb old frh nd of the elder Ottt J com, and is belleved to bave been catleiu int.' tho ' :r.to b) him to ll Bd I' I Bld ir* flnding lha mlaalng girl. Tho form. r chief of Police dcttled thaf1 he had been retataed In the ea.so. when ho was a-ik' d BbOUl it lata to-nlght. btitl his early knowledga of every move medal by or toward ih- OrlflOOBM. whether large or small. dia loeed thal if BOl ac tually retataed, be la nl leaBt nMn^i wh.it aid he can te tb.. Orlacotaa So far as could ba toantod, boen rar, ho was not preeent thli afternoon at thei conference between thfl Ortocoma BBaa aussman, the Arn.ilds' representati\ e, Ortoeom, in ipaaklng yeaterday of the* correepondence through "general dettv^-i ? ry" by Mlfll Arnold and hlmself. sald: ??Wfl correeponded Ib many arayfl?M Messaqes m Personal Columna. That one of theea 'ua-.s" was by a flOTt Of lo\"r's COdfl In the personal CoU limni WBI a ? ? pted as a f.ut, and It waa underetood that OrtoeotB gave "Jack" Arnold smh a BMflBBgB '" l,r msorted ilf tha neirepaptra launedietoty on the r-e turn of tha glrl'a brothflr from Kuro-pe laal ni'.ntii Mi>s Porothy'a anauer to thal BMBBBge. thrOBgh tlM same medlum, was said to havo been the tirst BBWg the f.iiiuh recelved from her aftor hor dls? appearance, and, thoagh it did not ap* praiaa them ojf her arhereBhoata it aatia* tttd them that she w.is saf.-, ani the' s.ai< h fot h? r was alflBOBt dis. ontinued. Blnce Qrtocom'a return there h^ve been at leaai two such BMBBBgefl printed. and the last ono. puhllflhed ln IhBBI columna yesterday. B * m \t Saturday us the day she coui.i eapeci to heBr of the auooaBBftd arraagementa ?.f the mattera that previ* ously fltood ln thfl way of their marrlage. The Orlfli.s t.flr.k every precautlon to-day to oOBCflBl tt* fact that they wera bavlng a conference aftth ?bbbbbbb, tha reprt-ut BtattVfl of tlv* Arnold.*, and whea