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Ti rtir.'-." lir.-J .hn-ier.
tfEW-YORK TUESDAY, MAV 28, 1911.-FOURTEEN PAGE9.** PRICE ONE CENT
In (Ity of New York ?'''yAfl'VJ,Td.n?,wkW'
ELSEWHERE TtVO CEMs
GENERAL VIEW OF THE NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY, WHICH OPEXS TO-DAY.
,. --?.-* c**v)rlfrhi bv Tba MrtaalBl *aTa*aa Oaaapaa ?, Itll l
IN NORTHERN MEXICO
0nly Disquieting Reports Are
That Cientifino Party Wlay
Start New R6V0H.
MADERO DISCUSSES CABINET
Tf He Oaaiiot Oontrol Some of
' tle BandiTJ" WIU Bnbjiifate
Them- Preparing to
gtarl for Oapital
T,rPeZ Mwrteo, Btay 22 ***** r?Mgna
(_,,.r lr] s-orthem Maxtra to-nlght,
^fre B0WI of the algalai - I ? pw ?
^raaBi laal night aaa penatratod
r, ... . - aqal?tlnt raiwrti U da3 arara
M trtm Maxk* Clti thal
? ? , daatlftoo party. dapoaed
_i;, V^ii-'i .? *
JS thlnklai ? ?tartJ?l ? '
,.a..-.' th< lattar
TrnubV from tha Cieatlflco elamant
.. adrnltted h*r* ta ^rr-r-.d. bul
?jbather ll '"'' ,ak* the ,onn ?' ^
T#vo,f aftar Madert aaaumea r?" J9
?TV c,Mt H I. not thoufhl thal tha
Sodeaaa iiaopla wlll rally to any ravolu
i'nn.rv movamani for ?o?a Ume, and
^ppoalttoa frm? th. Claatlflcoa
JJaJad, really ?r1H ba ln tha iiatui
v^" ? actlvlts
- Inaarfcnl troapa may be kfpt n
-i^arloua rarrlaona in Maxlco fw a
f" thi ,. . ujineaa for trouble. bul
* _,flnita plani along thal '
? .... Baftor Madero H* tt
tldBtoaai thal thaaTa*Traat***a are M
-Maat by th* lnatallauon of good l -
... tion al praaani lata
2"^\.t ? ineU - i BMn-aly untl
ajaapkta order bt raatored
Caaifial Ufie-ar Dlaeuaaiaa
oaAom Madaro and i na r - ?
?T . maka nnof thanaw
,?*,-. - - ? n? Provl?lon?1 *"?;
,.un, Th-- moal aatiafytoB w* *
aa..;elptofa?n*BB8*ai
.. ,er( ? Montercy annouBC
aptth.*4**m*tfol*aof
Tha Mhlnal atata pradtctad racantli
nftjd Traoae wbo
TT _ . . rtfoHoa thua fai
jnnlatar of Plnanea, Erntmto Madero
.. . iatlOB anrl iBrduBt
llanuel '"3: '
Mlniater ?' r ' ' " ' v'~
iaallla ?.
a*f*a*4ater ?1 p'!i!"' ftiBtructlon, Dr
yi-arcir-"* *? aaenii ? ' - a**aa
IfjaMar af tataHor Adailalatrauon,
aMho Vaaojuea Oomai
Tba portfCi" of Mlniater of fual
fl+i-h ha? baen oaT*t**d to Senor Vaa<
Tar> a aiaryer ol Maraleo City, baa not
?fal aaaa accepted h^ hlna, on T-cmir.* af
!i! health Should h<* b* unable to take
ti> BOBt, M !- c*vl T?,nfq?.) Hf-rr^pdoz. a
cnu?'" of FTai I. M ldea*o, Jr . ?nrl
or* of th" |*o hc-tw^ans Ifl the |
?aaauatlors. ^f--- bc nam^ri s^^oi |
I'ja'*? ol v ratan Ib anothi
ranae la n -? oned ln r^s^ Beftor tib!^
jjnao rjot : ? or Suarei h'msHf.
iHaraver, prefers t<< be provisiona! j?0,1
err.or of Yucatar ?- he ls sani | ? i
?ary Dr.r.iia'- and where R^ftor Madero
can eourii etrong poiitirai
inpport ln th* omlng general electlona
Ger.era. ' :.c ? it'll the rholra for
Minister of VC*r
For th ? po?t ?-' Buh-S*x"ratary of I
elfi Relatlons, which ^*r'^rtrr!*>pf atlll
ir, tn rnn'TUfc undf-r the aupervialon of
Met "3. the pr*-e<-~t mlniater.
S a rumori l ? ? l | | i -'?r.^jq!
aay h*. named
Dr. G*m*7 r,i,ng te M^yi-ro C'ty.
Fi- FTanciaco V'aaquez Oorr - f| >-<rc.
Ia>alght t rhere he
wi!' raeet - |ourne;
atelco '?? " ?? di ??- latei Hi aril]
BBtfer at Par \ntoplo t?-lth hi? V,-. ?t.
ahallo. w! ? . - nampd for thf |
af rK-l^rr-. Ini ? r admi:, I
?aa. it ig ] ... Tiv tur, brotl
asav eX?*r *e portfolins befor* B<
*' ?? Pi" new Cat
?? Dr G< rnez aa -an] to h^ :
bv Befior de ' ? B rra | ? <; bi i ? u lon.
Th* r<- i ...
retir* on Wcdne-sda:' or Thursday of
pa***BB Incn bi i thr activitv of Baftoi
Madero : . iring f^r departure tr. tho
**?*aeaa ould thi M? xii in
tailaray hi. from her* aouthward atlll
b* e'it of commisBion h- th* end ol l
aajth ?? ?- ?? ,
lr througl ? - . -ArA Lari
*? ^"Brrants he]J by American r.ffl
ceri. for ? -. ? rC .... neutr ilitj l .?? r
ahaa h?- ? -, - ? ? .. , . territon hav*
|jP arajved. and he haB beai
?I aamolfsted \ issage through Texaa
P'edq** of Harmony.
?Baat yadoT, th'? afternoon raceived a
?1.i*ri ?? Barra, at
MeX:rn r , indicatlng that harmony
?aa pre-i'ati jn the *-stabliahmenl ol thi
BMV lovernmeni .Mini^t^r <\< la Rarra
tn hia telegram aa
thank you for your r*ongratulationa
IarBcarali hop* th n ? ith the h*lp ? '
WjBiat llexlro, now .init^ri io th- BBSX
"ntim.nt of patriotism. thr- d^firnt*- p?
?"ablishmrnt nf ,r.^.. w\,\ proceed rap
d!v 1 appr*, lat* the val'if of
^'0-r.r.^iHtp with m* in thla gn U
**?*?*?? I ahall d"ri(rate nn energ:
I'v*- mi pi'-HPurf to recelvi Baflor
A!'rMo Fohirj. Domlngtiea '
^*or Duminanez whll* on hi.- ua; to
t *^!"0 '"?'? '? h designati ) Madero
a Nprtaerti him ti n
Tha rhiei bmi |. . ,-,.... nc attantl
tn ?ld*.= now ia thr pc.rFonnel ol th?
JJMnet ar.d tho Inatallation of thr- pro
!?'ona! governora Madero i*r*lved tel
1 "U'a ,h'!' "Tk waa propr.
Jtlbllahirs th*- pr"v|slonai povrrnmi ? ?
"p!,r'! recent!*, taken i- ih.
BBBtanearMi ? ? ritj
Lo-Aer Califorma Rebala.
?Vrraabla n mtlclpated with the rebela
therCT1" r"a,|f"'r'i;, Th0"K" "-- r"'"-^
Mm
? ? *r ha*n Blllad with the
'ro movement, the rebel rhlefa bara
CMWorrii
'?nd acnroya or maaaagi i Lowar
to-Jllniiwl crj tblnl r,a-.
PREMIERS TO PLAN DEFENCE
Imperial Safetrnardr. Ma.in Topic
nf r.oinriiai Oonference
fBv cabl ? Um ~-- m 1
Londor ifl Whatevei may h*
fV,. ictual declstons n recorda 't1* Inv
perlal Conferance wblcb opens to-dav
will h* of unlqut Ixai irtance becaoaa M
i rbaracter entlrely new in th*
? of the Britlsh Bmpira
v".ir tn* r.r.*t t<m* forelgn relatlona
ftTid th? Imperial defenee arlll form tba
Bubji > I of dl* useton
aama to be generally bellaved that
th< onnferencf n-H] b*
? . | i araa nf in-ip*r'ai
,: the unlta of wblcb
h? UnkfH up; nP to b* XUtC
. . yef **Il fnrmln* a
ayaten . anri n''
>wledglng ImpeiiaJ trultlanr* ln mit
? ? onanltatlon and r?
,-,pC?-T.. n bu ? ia Inapectioa nnd the
ITlcers
IAWYER~SAT ON A NAIL
Bringfl Oontribntorj Nejzligence
Flpa to an Fnd.
i \vmv . ? . ounsel for
the d< an accident <"ie* ,r> the
Bupreme '" ' pesterday, 'n whlch he
. ? lalntlff
.. |c c ? , ?- ontrtbutor negllgi - -?
t hr-p . ? happei I to Mi Rw
,ir.- thai ed to him ho? *a?n' aa
? ?'?
nvit hi? own i
Tbr. inad g witm
.'???
rfinri"! tr, tak* th* Witliaaa In hanrl
Ber rai trrnea Mr Bouvier objected tn
qoeattona and moved reatli In M*
I,. ,...., n that ]
cf furnltun broken i
ma^!* preaence known Mi Bou
.... rr .. - --.i ht>= bai ? ? ? ' la
the back |
.T,I?. . i momeni ,r?
..-,,?,? an the latter. a 111
... ked that th<
qutttl - ? ?? lt wa ? r?tle< d r* ?
. -.] i have Jual had an
Then he remarked
? . ? me that 11
nstead of
new i ? li the eourth
halr : ?
I < -.
I . - .? amiled Tl ? "'cf
? ? ? - ' ' ' '?
y tbe WI! foi profeaalonal
penaea will Includi tha
,,r-m To 1 ? BBged ln i ourt,
i_._?
FREE SPEECH IM MEXICO
BnffrageUefl Fvbort Rebela to
Di gert Madero'i Oause.
22 Threi Blaxi
...... uslng the soclallatle
rau!-'- ol tbe rebela n LeOwor Californla,
r r- ared m th*- streets of Juarei to-day.
exhoi ting 1 rJ "hal so
r?--rrHir ? I ? rt thi I ifero - auae
-.-.'] rlifl nOi '-'--|il'c
. ? thi choice of tha people of Mexico
in th. ? ? n utopla bui
Rlcardo Magon did, they said Madero
.... -? , <- thr. acttvlties of ,v" thi.
il hi decllr ? to atop them. fJ?
elarlng that freedom of spt o< h hem eforth
n M<
*.? .
T.C. DUPONTGIVES $500,000
For MaUtSaViBhllsetta In st.it uto of
Terhnolopy, Wb^r*1 ri> Studied.
Bojton Ma " 8 |fff of fSOOvOOO tn
Ifasaaichuaatta Inatltute nf Te'-h
BOlOgv b\ T rntHmnn dn Pont, Of DelB
urnounead to-daj N"n ^o
. . given oai Tha gift follows
i-irning bj thr- OovaXTBOr "f
I vh! h paaeed thr LtgixUtura ap
proprlattng $lfJ0.<J00 i fOEt for ten i
tO tlv ' '" '?
Thomaa Colaman du Pont, li oaa of thr
fam.i- oi powdei rnanufaeturara h* baa
. . m ? ,.,., ,.-. Idi nt of the b i 'l"
Pon, ra ] ??.' ?!? i ompanj Me
... .-. I itlonal
? ttee li ? ? ' ' '"*?" cn?'rman
tive membei
fverai engineerlno organlsatlon
Mr du Ponl .' ?'.', '^V, ,?',
Unlverslty. Ohlo ??..?' Hall Bfhool.
I the Ma i ? ? " ?" ',Jm' ' r
, member ol ' * ,r>r
l..-,,- n of thi i. ? nareed Instlrutloa
MAN "LONG DEAD'" E.ETUFNS
FindB MtaCb Property L^ft hy Par*ntF
Diviriod Amoni? Hlifl
Tray, \ \ u ? ? aJtat tn absenea
nf thlrty-flve '-?-irs in Californla. loaaph M
t Btalone. ftxraBerly nf this dtj ??'
! rr'- tO-day aad .'Trertainf-<1 that !;** bad
t,.en rieriarerl letrallv 'lead A 'qrire amn.inf
ei property arbieh hf-inniteri m his paraata,
who died if'" ? t l ii"
i'l"1 among hla heirt1,
hs ni! erlorta to loeata rtlm wera fut,'<i
Ma!nr>*- ? 1 -nunsf-! mi wlll Bt
i^mpi to recovet his ahara nf th.* eatate,
whlrh "Aaa 'i larit one Hr- B8Slgni ' ' ;
?< n foi bT- l '''?! ibaenca and H'^!,.a
Lodies Had Ano'jatu'-a Blttera ar: SXaul
aiti bracei du ln| b tlrtatima day.?Advt.
HERE 10 MAKE HIS PLEA
Surprises United States Attorney
Wise, Who Didn'l Know
He Was Herr.
EXPECTED TO PLEAD GUILTY
Vete.ran Art JV-slpr Ha? Certifi
cates to Bhow Tbat He Is Too
jrpphlr *o Efldtirfl a
Term in Fri?on
vtrrr. .t Duvaen OtM ' ,h* fotxnderi
and the preaent i-'^i of tha Brm r<t
Duveen Brothera arl d*si*rs of London,
Parla aad Waa Tork, caused mucli
reaterdaj aftr-rnnr.n when ha
walkad lato thr- United Btatea - I
Court and announeed ,Wn"?'i r,,J1 rn^rt- .
aei, thal h* TVO? raafh l i plead to tha
Indlctmenl chargtag '""1 " "n ' n
aptracy to dafraud 'h* United F?a?*? of
cijatoms dutiea through undervalulng nf
portatlona
HI ^,,i, al la thla t anti had h??n
rhrouded la abaolute ot n r aad BOt
,vea Hanry a Wtad, I altad Btatea At-;
tnrnov. arhc has h**n ln rhara* nf al'
I roaOCUtionS arlslnsr fmm th* DU
,. rtoma frauda knaa he araa hara.
? ,;ch he did kx - " ?' ll '?'
. . thOOght Of r^mlnn b*r<-- thla
month Tr"" laai pablli ncamenl
htd ,. - ? -or. aldaai Duvaan i ia
. rltlcalli Itl '" ErjfUnd and
. ,??. here t n trlal untll thi
I ,n term C<.redenci
, th4 repori thal he would ??
agaln sat f ? '? ?'- Etxy, bui a
... . ? ,? England whare tha prlnclpal
Intereai of tl ? ' " '?''" " ''''' Mt l "r
K,na1 ??*"''
Immedlatelj aftei thi loslng roi the
r]r oi the trlal of Chrtatophai C. WH on
,,?] th? .th.- ofllclala of the United
Wlreleaa Telearaph Coi Hanry .J
? ? '1 by Renlamln '
Duveen hla brother. who Ib manager of
the New Tork branch. walked i i l
,?1c* Martia ?ith hla counsel. lohn H
Ftanrv.fl.-d Mr Btanehfiald said his
,. , .,t,,\ tr. enter i plea 1 the ta?
aictrn,ni igalnal him Mi Wlae aaid
, araa wllllng to go ahaad lf he eould
.ii i ????? '<"' ;
found ,ha, hla aaatatani had goa< I
,,. da: and Mi vVlae aaked for a poet
... ., ,,i this mnrnlnK
v,, ?dl atlon a/as given by elther
.,., ?r the defendanl hlmaalf that
ti,, piea arould ba eaw of gullty Goi
WBmenl ofllclala famlliar arltb the case.
I . ,..,Ti feii aors thal a prxa of gulHy
he only ona paai
Ui ta/lsa aaid ha would demand ?
priaon aentence for the head ol thi flrm
m ol evldenca la hlB poaaaaalon
that Henrj J Duvaan muat bave been
cognlxan! of the cua*oma rrauda <om
mttted by hla irm la th.-- art Importa
ttona and bacauae h< r id evldence to
Indicate such lataal on 'he paii of tha
defendanl
Tbe expeetatlon ol a nlra of gullty ?'as
Bupported by th* argumani thai thr.
Duvaan Brethari had Bettla-J all clvll
cUJmi 0f the I altad BUtai artaing from
theaa fraudfl for fl.Mo.000 Th* facl
that Loula .1 aad Joeeph .1 Duvaen, th*
youngeal of th* four brothara, had eome
to thlfl eountrj aatlraly of triair free arlll
and entered a plea of gullty waa alao
regarded a? rtamlnaanl In iheir oaaa
v, \v>s^ warvad a dernand fnr Imprlaon
meni bacauae thay had never baaa la
thia country, and had t.**n maraly ha
j^tive ,..' aorlea to the offeace. in
,,,,.,,i,.? giao of th. rat l thai thay
had nttandarBd th4rrn*iivi i voluntarlly,
althougb trww araa nn poaslbillty of their
Bztradltlon from Bngland aa Engllah
Bubjacta. he accapted ? Bne ol I1O.000 ln
,-,,. h < ase
Honn ' n>n*<-n wai arreeted lato '<;
nisht on Octobar 18, 1910, upon his i
., , | |? fr,,s , ,,nntr> "ii th.- Lualtanl i
,,,' . ,* ni in m 17*9X100 ban Th* sam<
lfternoon tha art store of tha Duvaan
Brothara al No 802 Plftb aveaoa, had
pean raldad by etiaxoaaa ae.nts and B*n
i, min t DuvaaB araa sjraatad trearo. Ha
[, BOW under I6O.O00 hall
Hanry T Dijxaaa raturnad te rSagland
?? sovamber, arhara h* ramalnad untll
wc-f-k lt was intimated y. ?>t*rd iv
thai n* broughl aitb him nomeroue car
,, from wall known Engllah physl
UBI attestlag that a riardahlp Uka that
of impriaofirnanl might eauae ratal r*
H|tj IB h1s_pr^?*r.t^f?ndltlon
?EyZtrXr\ maklnfl and '
H T i^yaiiWco..mi^Utoatt,lC.T.
^.'>dvt
STORIES BY
Arthur Srringer
Mrs. Jacques Futrelle
Chas. Francis Burke
Kate Masterson and
Ellen MacKubin
IS THE NEYT
Sunday Magazme
of Thc Nf-w Yoii Tribune
LORIMFR'S nOWNFA!
Sl I
PlfMiC Attiturjp nf Senatnrs So
Plainlv Hostile That'He Seems
Likely to Forfeit His Seat.
NEW INVESTI6ATI0N SURE
BaHlo in Renat.** a? to WViplhnr
El^r-tionp Cornmitt.p*> or La
Fnllotfp Pn.rtlp.anp Bhall
Condurt Inqniry
?BVaar, n. TitTaaaa Bwreea |
ta/aahtngi ? M ?? M TV- Bghl to
,,,,*! -...?. ' ortmei -araa n
tV)0 Banati i la! a ?, ? ?"'
r.. .1 .ii". rent nju irtara of bo p''1'
,,,, . tar that lt li *-<???? ralU
mltti ' ' '
.. . .,. uniaaa -? ? c" ?' '
rorabla to ,',? caua* ia broughl oui
thc Inveatlgatloti a h ? h I
trt r>o ordered
\ raa lutloa dlra tl ? tba Coanailttee
on Prlvllegi i '? I ' ' ' ' ' ' '
Investlf il i ' ' "?"' '"? H
,? : .-..-. ??? ? hi'rman of th ll .<"? r
.,.. .. inforan il < ' ? " "" ,h'>
membera of tha wrntnlttee Thla arlll be
,,fr>r*d 88 8 BUbatltuti for th* I - Foi
i. it.. r*-*"- lutlon
tik- ? tnu ojuaatl a - ib ? ? ??'? " ' ?'
langth bj tha Domtx ral ' ? rlng con*
mlttee arlth tba putrpoa* of arranglng fl
rompromle* baaad on 'hc U Follatta
r. lutlon arhlcb arould bt aattafaeton
tfl all r>irB?eraU ia arall aa to ",- '
?tor from wisoon^r- a third rosolution
la eontamplatad by B>nator Calberaon
, .. . . aring of tha Demoeratlc
aida aad mav h* InttrtBdaead lo-mortroar
Banatoi La FolJotta hlraeelf, spparent
,. obduraU Ib insistina upon conaldera
UoFJ ot hia owa raaolMttoa. lo arhlcb ha
arlll offer an smendmenl Increaslng tha
mambarahtp of fh* coinmlttaa, bagaa i
,.,,, g^yg apeach aa tha Lortraai . iaa
tr, daj H* raalaarad tha htatory of fhe
, IM ..-, thr- ianata Ia dav To morrow
he arlll take op 'hc tattimon-y preaented
. th? mvaatlgatlag WBBBilttaa of th*
[Mtnola Baaata
AM for an Inquirv.
^.pfr tha dlffaraacaa aa to tha
mathod of d?jalgiiattBB tha rommKtee to
mik* th* invesilaatlnn. thc purpOB* ot
all th* rr?"l-iti'-nB ls thc BBtna Thal i '
Banator nuiingham. ptaclng thc mattar
in thc hanrlB of tha CoflTlinlttaa on Prlvl
lataa and Blt* tlona. arlll probably pra?
vaii. as it baa 'hc Bupporl of thc regular
Republtcana and aevaral Datnocrata 4a
thc rjceaaloB of ? furthcr inqulry Into
thc l...rlnicr dc tion. thtn cltaa tha rc
portp of tln* dlacovary of naa* avldanca
nnd thc rcommcndati-.n of thc commll
tff- of thc Illinoi? State Senate.
Thc LB F"ll'ttc rcpointlon Is oppOBBd
by Rcpiihiicans and Danocrata allka "n
ih. Kmiinrl that It conatltutea BB affrnnt
,,, thc Commlttaa on Pii*#ilegaa and
ElactfcNiB and la coattary to .-iii Benata
praoadaBl Ib thc aray of ofralgBatlni ap<
,iai coBiailttaaa II la pr*di-tcf] thal II
thc rcpoliitlon fdlOUM i BITJ tha mi ni" i -
of thc standlng Benate commttte*. ar< >ii.i
realgn in a bodj
iinc of thc plaaa under conslderatlofi
ln , niincitifii arltb thi propoaed Inveatl
eration 1? t.> make thc roramlttea arhleh
?rili eoadoiel It howavar ll raaj badealg
t.atcrl a ommittcc nf lha Senatc, |aj ,,r
ricr that it mav bava thc n,-.( eaaary
power tO suninion witnesB** ;in.| niake
,n aarhaaattva inqulry.
Th* DtUlnghaai raaolattoa folloara
gtata of Illlnoia or in ronnert|r,n W1,,, hls
rlght ,f? ? *'1t ,n trl!-4 bodv there arera u.?cd
or cmploved by an^- pcraon. flrm rorpora
tion OT 35.-'iflatl!n an* corr-ir-t methodl Bf
orartlea
Thal th. aaid rjoaaaBttaa h? Ti*horizcd tn
Coatlnued on fourth page.
GRANT HF3ESY KBH
10
Preacher Oenied That Ananias
and Sapphira Were Struck
Dead for Lying.
DEATH DUE TO APOPLEXY
Report on AUegerl Heresy in
Union Spminary Expprted
After End of Trial
TTndor Way.
i -^. j.,... ., fba Trll ina 1
M lantle Plty, May 22 Practlcany
m-o fren*ra' BSBefflbllaa ar* ln BeSBlon -.t
Atlantk Clty, "n* nn agch itda of t*1*
Boardwalk Th* nn* over whlch Dr
John F Caraoa Is pr*?<!dins: ha? >??. n
und*r a fog ill daj nol 'i theological
- ' ? hn?-e\-er Th- Muatc Hall ln
?4hl'-h th* m***'ns:s are ' ? 11 i? n I
.-.? , mile from th.- ?hore. nt th* *x'r -
*nd of th* .-'troi Pler, and h rould not
ha a*.-n th* great er part <>f th* dav
The ?th*r a?s*mhlv. i alled th" |ud
rommitt**. <-on?i?t? of the Rfteen n
ters and r-ldTH "hn ar* conductlng th*
.,. .-it r<f-rrtt\ rn*t>. th* d*f*r,dant and his
rrunael tu? rrn?prutip(; committee
membera of the preaa and a frlnga
Budlenca ahnnt th* room.
Flx hotira ?-*r* < nnf>'im*d to di- la
"?*Td!np thi i-itlmTv taken 1 ?; the Ju
di<"lal rnmnil^sinn ,.f th> Preabytery of
Northum ber land when the Ran Di W
r> orant wbb tried foi ind a.
qurtted by tl ? i um ind, there
f..r? i ? - . ; byti rj [ncludi d in the
paj ' wen everal newspapei art
.. ritti n !??? i" * iranl a Ithln tha ; ? rt ta
? ?? ? ? in which he dlaa iwed th<
. ' vnanlas and 'ho dlvinlty of
i. ? ? ? , ? ? ??.!.. ii an?! ? ?
t*r<
in -.n* r,f theae artii i*? ha malnta
thal whlli ' ? "i bean accueed ol
..... a| | nltarl in doctrlni It "'as not
m-T* Unltarlan th.m th;it preachad in
many Preebyterian pulpita of th* land
in n newspaper artlcle, whlcl waa
...-. ii had I ? ? n publl ihi -i
twg yeara before the trlal waa I
r?r fjranl expresaed hla regret thal
.ir.c.jc bellaved ln a i*.-si>n.i! devll, ala< t
it \.a? ' th* one dark apot ln nn other
artaa ? loudlaaa 9ky "
Testifie, Grant S,ld l??'is Danred.
ir th* teatlmony read to-day nn* w\t
n*as Bald tiat 9 netghbor told bar Dr
Grant hid explalnad a Hihi* incldenl by
aavtni; Marv and Martha and I ?
arns 'md Jasufl played fcamee and danced
ground a little." In ''The N'orthumber
land Presa," In aa artlcle nn a Capital
Crlrna)." whlch waa ezcluded i>y th*
lower court .>n th* er>i>ind of llmltatlon,
Pr Orn' ? erar hia Blgnature said
i h<*ar tbe areatesl i?d
pattence aith tha him* artters, wbo. ln
\ ii ar of thelr dlsadvantagca, made com
paratlvely ao few mlatakei lf they mt>-..
duce and advocata th* Idea of a peraonal
d*vil we kn"^ ?ho reaaon wh) ind can
.d'.ii wlth ti . auperstition accordlnglj Bi l
in >h* caae of Intelllgenl and thoughtful
people of tha presdni da> who ha e .ih'in
I dani mean* md reaaoi to knoe hetter. for
j tiv-* t" hold on to an) auch pagan Idi i
(w-ll. ther* ?'oui,i ;,o even '? ? i ? than
t'i?r<- ta arera it ni.t that the Uaater Him
?e!f wai unabla to ri?* ahov* the pop.jl.ir
i;. w regardlna the m";r' nf ., peraonal
devll, etrlng tt. .i> Ho rinrv credence md
auppori the ona dark anoi ln an otherwlee
cloudless ak) But it la t-1 be remembered
j 0 ir the notlon of a personal devii bore no
I ralation to 'h* esaentlal mlaelon or the
, m*>sau* of th* Chrtst, unlesa Indeed you
bb] the det i1 Ifl stmply *'-tl p*n?om.i ,|
One of the wltneases quoted In tha
teatlmony, 9 woman, was aaked "Whai
x. n. thi effecl of Dr < ;r;int > preachlnga
nn you peraonally."
"Thi < ffe-'t wafl *l**anf,' ?.i? h.-r con
irientioua r*ph
Dr Oranl explalnad in a letter to Th*
Bunbun Dally" th it th.' most heinoua
r.ffenci of whlch i" waa aa ire of i?-injr
nuilt! araa thal In Interpretiog th*
Bcripture b* iiad ondeavored to employ
ih* hletortcal method Thla method, h*
added, requlrea thal thi a-ords and sym
i,o|s of Bcrlptura sh;iii be Bccepted arlth
thr- meaning wblcb thay bora In the ?ir-'"
ln whlch thaj were wrttten an.1 aa ua
tiVratood '.v> th. people for wraom they
wt-v Intendad Th*\ shnnlrl Kg mt -
derstood b* nrff'd. from tha point of
vt*.. of th* \4f1t*r and his advantagfl to
become accurataly Informed, as wall as
from th* IdBBI and heli*f.s provalent in
ih* .iR' ,n, wi!irn n'' arrota.
Hi6 Viewa on Unitarianjam
Continulng hla defence of hla method
0f explatamg Prriptnr* and in crltfclam
of thoea arho faii^d to gn his r^mt of
rgow, thfl preacher said:
But BOme Bf thore a-ho ha\* 'aken ex
o*nt!on to mv tearhinga are rreatly *\er
,\l ,i h^ca-is* H 18 the'.r h.-Ii-f thal I 8?
r,'.:^j. M"g I'nltartan doctrlna ln a Preaby
ftlrlan pulpit. Sew, I .im free ta a.imit
(..uilnu-d on ae<on(l t>aa?.
NO RELIEF HERE YET
New England Alone May Look
fnr Lower Temperature.
Waahlagon, Mav 22 **fJoflfaa**Tha!
inw..r temperature ln Pfew England on
Tuesday; || ???ili changc littlc elsewhcre
1 throughoul thc .-oiintry dtirins; thc next
; forty-elght houra"- this was thc vjTaathar
' Bureau'a opltome of the hot arava Bltua
( tion to-night. If offei .-d littlc hope for
I relief t<> prarttcally thc entlre rountry.
' ?> hli h If in th' midet of thc hcat wavo.
i with its raBUltaal BUfferlng The Central
j-iqtcs alnnc thc Utaariaatppl River are
BbOUt the only tcrrlrorics that are not
awelteiing, modarate tempernmres pra
?salllng thara, accordlng to sreather ad
i-. . -
Albaay araa thc hottoat dty in th*
i-aat to day, srlth a taana*aratura of fw.
Waahtngton reartatarrad M But Tuaaa,
Arir. was the botteat plaea in the
United Btatea arlth a racord of 102.
Bhowera and thuadaratoriBa have miti
, K-atcd condltmn? along 'hc lake -egions
ann! captern Qulf BtatBB
HEAT AND HALLEY'S COMET
Prof. Whitman Thinka Fiery Tail
May Bo Around Us.
n TalagrapB le T*>-? Till ua*
Clavatand, Ma! II Aecordlng to a
theop advancad b; Profaaaor F P
whit.i ho holda the chair ot tatron
I om>' al uv-t'rn RBaenre I'nlverslty, th*
.t riatt of EUtley'a comet ha? some
thlng *o do with thc prc=ent neat wav*
.,,i.: o ...? ?hc country
piofaaaor Wbltiaaaa theory, aa <?
nraaaad to hls Hass to-day. Is that part
of tba comct'n ticrv tn il ls CBVorttng
ihoni Bomearhera naaiT the aarth ind baa
;.i the tempert lure abaonnally
, .... ? ? id jusi arhai cauaad th"
eomet'a tail to broah auray and rhase
around in this part of the bearene ln ao
a ,'.. u* dld not aaplala
MAY STEAL AN UMBRELLA
If It's Rainintr and Toa'rfl Broke.
Says Chicago Jndgp
., T-i'-KTHr*' ''? ?*?* Trlbtina
Chlcago Maj 22 i maB haa aort
of rtght ti Bteai an umbralla ^h*3" " ?
ratntng and he has no monev to pur-hns*
on..; ruled Judga Haap. ? thc HatrriBon
itreet munli ipal court to-day.
i, |||, raaraay. of Loa Angelea, araa
irralgned ob b ebarga of larcenj Hc
had been arreated In a downtosrn de
irl ? nt store
l>U .a j?, u off thla tlim " aaid 'he
court A raaa has a sort of rlght to
_,. , ,- umbrella arhea it's ralntnf and
... | ,,..- naaa rv.n't lel lt happea asain.
thougl
-. a
DIES AT BALL GAME
Spertaror Strirken as Contest Is
About to Bevrin
rdrniinrt F FMerdon. sixtv-on* vcars
old. prealdenl ot" the Ptar 'lold and Bll
i cr Piatine; Company, No 12,"> Fulton
atreet, arho llved at No vk? Bt Nirhoias
.,-.. riicd */eatarday afternoon at the
tmertcan Laagua Park while Batttag
? the Kanv batwecfl the Olants and
Plttaburg to bagln He fcii fr',m his
. it and araa ptckad up by paraona who
were sltiir.K ncjr him and e;irried to the
... i,|
-\n ambulance araa called from the
Waahington Helghta Hoapltal, and Dr.
facoba aaid death had been Inatanta
> . ui Thc body araa takcn to the. West
I52d -"'"? t poli ?'- Btatlon and later to his
home Mrs Plerdon said last night that
her huaband coraplained of miffarlng
from crampa early tn the mornlng and
had gona to thc game to oh*ain fresh
,'r Hl8 death araa due to hcarf dlBaaSB.
Ha leavea a arlfe an.i three aoaa
a
ALLEGED DYNAMITER ARRESTED
Attark on Lob Angel*s Hall of Rerords
Not Laid to the McNamaras.
1". Aneclc>. IfBJ S Ctiarged wtf i hcln?
one of thrae men who ptacad dyaamlta
under ihe new Loa tagalea Hall of Bacorda
laal Beptember, a'lth Intaal t" Aoottoy it.
i L\>anora araa arreated to-nlgbl other
H,,, ?.. :-,> expeeted tO r'ollow Tiie Hall
,,, ptacordi araa conatructad aj non-union
men
it ia noi eivirRed thal tba afcNamaraa or
ortie IfcManlgali aecusad of Implkatioa in
the dimamltlng of Thc Loa alngalea
Timei Bulldlng, bad anytbtng to do arlth
thc attempt lo i!01* "i* ''1?- Ha" ,)f Rp r"''
WAYIAY AND SHOOT RIOH MAN
Highwavmen Were After Funds In
tended to Pay Quarrymen.
Korrletoarn, Tenn , Ma1- C? -AA'illiam. H
., i,,-.> ,i wealthv bUBlaaaa man. was shot
j (.,,. tivr> man, ^'ll?>^''),?'d ta, he ItaUans, on
l the road leadini? to hls .marrlca at Hender
?ofi BUtloa io-d.iv
The pollee sav th* men ?ere after $!.4*>r.
e/Mcb Terkaa was barllerad to be rarrytna;
ln a hai; to pa\- off the workmen at the
nuarriea Hla aaaallanta ahol him tn ihe
head four tlmes and lefr him rjrlng W the
road Ti^ev got away with a money bag
a,M ?o eonnln S*;*^
ti,, arcrmda ln hls head. face and fore
haad ahow thal Tarlraa Btavaly faeed the
? ayman Hc had been in the habit
;.. rnaklna '^'- ,r!r TA'ltt1 !arK?- amouBli
.', rnonay ?o often that he dld not take the
preeaiiuon to have a bOdyguarrB,
F
BY VOTE OF 23 TO 9
No Word of Opposition to New
Justice Expressed at
Albany.
GOVERNOR reA.i.ES SCOTT
Superintendent of State Reform
atories Appointed to Suc
ceed Collins a? Head
? of Prisons.
T,H
i r?-- Teiearaali "
Albany Mav 22.-By a vote of 25 ta*
the ?*na?e to-nlght conflrmed DaaJal R.
Cohalan as a Juattce of th- irjpreaaa
Court to surroerl James A nr,ormsn.
There araa BOt i-m* WOrd Of oppnaltlon to
him. des-dte macb muttartag of rasroK
aealnsf th* Tammanv dnmination" ln
th* f8W daya OlBCe the Governor ap?
pointed him Benator Rooaavalt, l*ader
of that hand of Democratlc rnauiaxaitg
whirh roupled Mr Cohalan!" namo nbttai
that of ?a/Ultatn F. Pheehan ln the P*na
torshlp b!a.-kli?t. voted for him. as did
Senators Ptlllwoll. Grlffln. Pavn* and
B.ack. the "new tnsurg*nfs" on the
Pronx COUnty blll
Penator DuhaXTjet. th* Inden*nden<*e
T.oaguer. votad against f'ohnlan Two
rXepuhllcana Al?*?tXdBfar and Ormrnd.
of Monroe C4Bajaty?votad for btaa. al*
thoujrh tt wa? uaslctatood thal tha R.?
puh!ir<ans arera to vote aga'nst his COO*
flrmatlnn as a matt*r of party polley.
Thay had a thormierh understanding wlth
the Tammanv men in th* Laglatatttfa on
matfer? of local legislatinri. in ratUTfl for
whlch favora thay gava tfwtr v^t*? to
Tohalan
ln faot. appparan'-*s to-n1gh? Irdtoa**'4!
as murh manoptivrtng ln mnn*rtinn with
th* conftrnaattoa of th* new ruatlea as
there was dickering ln hi? appoirltmant.
For at laaal baM an hour th* session nf
the Ferate was delayed, arhtle S*r,ators
FTawtay and Gradv b-irz'd aro.ind the
rhamb*r talklng urtth Rraokett. Republl
eam iead*r; EMooavett. who might ba aa>
pacted *n 'av* part bi aay flght on Oa
halan. and Sonat^rs BUIIwall and Grlffln.
th* Frn-ix m*n. wraoaa p*t partieular
meaaure araa cut to placaa laal araeai
by ord*rs of 'Ro?f' Murphy. M*an
?htla. robody *vou!d aa* ****&&
arhethar tha favorable r4g9ort nf th*.
pinanoa Commlttoi waa tn b* h<*"d*d ko
at fn* i seaton to-nlghi
C^n^u'tation* Erd S-iddenly.
\t lengtli thi numaroaia ? ojiawltotatxaa
ended suddaaly. md ? aoon aa 'he pre
limlnarlaa eould b* ruahed thixsafh Ben?
ator Kr.rvlev .hatrman of the Ptnance
Committee. pr*s*nt*:i that bodYa r*port
rKommending th* ? oMfirmation of CaJxa
lan. Argetalnger'a nam* wa* Brai m tha
roHr.l1 when ** voted aya 'h*r* waa
a hum oi et.rpris* Many lUpubllcanfl
thoucrh rres*"!. refttBOd tO vote Arget
etnger and OvWod botb go* a haa dres?
ina; down from Bracketl for rottng wlth
the Tammany rnea ?n thta ixkxttar. arhleh
thay dtdn't take In varj ???"*! pa't.
a^t tor Wafner. n*morrat|.- laadar
wyi aith much emphaatB that the.-,
? ,, . , jea, bj to th* mnnrmatlon of
Cohalan. *i'h*r aitb aay Republicans or
avlth th* Daiixocratfl mt*rested m th*
Prnnx blll Moat pe-Pl* her*. th?ugh.
, .? Bkeptlcal iboul that autaeoent
Benator BUllwell InalatB that his htli ia
going m h* paaead not as ll waa m
tVoduced bui aa lt ataiida. amendad bv
Tammany rjrtgloally the blll pmvided
,nr 4 refereodura on th* quaetfrlon of
arectlraj Bronx County to th* p*"P<* of
Th* Rronx. now lt P-v!d*s for a refer
,.. ,?? tn rh* votera of th* preaent So*
York County
? We will take the bill <n thal ?h4pe.
^IBtlUwallto-ailght I kxavar hoertha
people of The Pmnx stand. and I hiva
hopes the per.pl* of th* r*opoeed ? ounty
aili favor the dlvlaion Anvhnw. the
vote ln Th* Pmnx would he 80 BtTOflf
that H would ba an ui?ai?awarabla argu
nant la th* futura I know there la m
nm trying to g* my -mmai blll through
UM aaaaaabiy. bb ^* aill work for the
httl a? Tammany am*nded |t Butaly
thay caa'l gO bark nn that now I want
to aay that I bava nn aamiiaacaa from
,he organi.atlon. thongh. 88 to favorable
a.-tmn on the bill"
Senator Roosevelt Gfly.
^nator Ronseve't. who is ,ind*"aking
to'ensineer a n*w Rer'ihlh-an-lns-irgent
ppmo.-rati.- combinatlOH tO kill off <-er
taln Tamaaanj legUlatkm, wa? distinotly
Kav to-ni?ht H* siid there would be a
meeting of th* DaaXrOCrata t^-monow
mominp. to 8,inp!*ni*nt nne to-n!ght, at
irhli h g*neral ledslatlve qn^tiors w-o-jM
bc dla iiaaed In thla aaw D*mo*ratic
lirBurgency ar* Roos*veit. aaiirwen, Grlf
fln. Ravne. Black. R'ird and Duhamel.
Rn'n5>e\*lt said thay. ",rh 'he Repuhll
r-ans. would reamend the Sttllwell Bronx
blll to it? original form. ra?s it and put
lt up to th* Aaaxttnbly. Evldantry he
waen't in DiX99aaXalon nf benator Ptlll
well'a latest viewp on that subject at
that tlme. As to his vot* for Cohalan.
he said
"^here is a great differen^ * b *ween
voting for Mr rnhalan for .-*nator and
votlng for him for imle* H* ls well
quallfsad for th* baa*ch bj leg.-n ittain
merts. and unojueelionahlv wlll make a
\ *r>- good judg* i betteve hif? poiitir-ai
a'tf\-iti*.-5 wjil .e.is* at onca, and ''an s*e
no reison in h*? politi, .il oareer for d*
(Mlnng to vote for him. He tvas indorsed
hv one lawvers' asso.iatlon and by a
majoritv of th* ttHBinlttea <.f th* Rar Aa
soolation "
This n*w tnsutgent eroup ha? some no
tlons of ktlling off the Tamm.iny High
w. Commisftion reoraranizatlon seheme
the Rrooklvn rtpper h'Us iso ralled). the
blll abolishlng th( Foard of Advleory
Canal Engineers and the .ompan'.on
measure wiping OUt the preaent Court ot
Clalms. wlth the h*!p of the Pepublkans.
lt also hopes to get the Republloans into
Une for some dlrert nomlp.attons blll?
the Warren bill preferred.
Tsmmflny Leadera Not Alarmed.
Tammanv Ii-aders say they fear no
danger from the Demnr-ratir-Republlcan
romblnation. for two reasons?first. be
cause the lnsurgent Demoorats won't
bolt for long. and, serond. bacauae Tam?
many can get certaln Republkiiu votaa

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