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Have No Further Commu? nication with Him. LORIiV.FR CHARGE DENIED En Presidenl Alto Takei Up Goal Strike. Harvester Tmst .ind D8 of the Congi -.? Bman. made -? ? " ? ? . Roose? n a two . I . The .: ,t Roc :....>? veil h i? t. . ? Mr wr? * ? r ,,n\ i:in.. ? ' ' ?? ral < 'itarlei ? 11 K n?.\ Rmil Ii, i 'omn - - ? ? . of ?ni ?s It . . ? .. reemenl at elf." ?;? ? ' ' the moai ' .; R? nator ? ? Oan? i. do with it thai.1e ic lion of i ,. the Spaa! I of Taft *>iH Lorimer . v. it h ? Repi : ? n ? Mr. 1 . : m, ? ; 0 11 ... |e|.. ? . ' ? ? ' ..?? . 'i ou aay . n out, - Illinote u,,-? Ml T.vJi Mi -'? nator .. ? I .??!?1111?'I . ' Mr. Tal'1 ? . ' \ :.o,i ? ? ? ?. ?york ? ? 1 ? ?a t y o u i? one ? In Ken ? diana with ? ivord iiK, ,in l ? idently Lorimer's Supportets in Senate. ? ? ? . ,-,\ n I y , Hie i ft lead Mi l?orl ... ? ? ? lies If 1, at , ? . Loi !m< r : ? nt 1 ? ? Ii ? ? ? ? ' ? Ko . Mi r> ? ? ? ?10 European V *s European ( Columns New-York Tribune the best - laOrtfl Consult These Columns Bef? ? ?ling .?t? much va ibU time will ? ' I on. would have volunteered to divide thai i pon h m?". The Harvester Trust Charges. M, i |ar? ii-?: further ?a?. thai I ?*"!' ! ? ,.,?---. . ..i ihe ? 'ommlssioner I \li Herhen Kii"v Bmlth, . 10 th? hsi ? ?>?" r trust, si d on . ( ? diene) made ? xceptloi I ? ii mu ? nit I .-..?." .. me? u'"ier allegatl i for reaoon? un - make no a ? ?' ' >" ? \ ? " ? ? ? ' m?/ o' v ? Mr Knox, Ih? the present --.,.,. ? ? \\ ai Mr S1 imson, *?? ? IHatrlci Vimrnej In Sew Vork Both o' an \< er tor themi elv? n .\ m ide ? xeeptl? ni foi . , pi n??eciitlnr ?. o .?i ;. ? i suppressed p it? ? ol k id iboui t. Irusi n.. ? i... < ,. ? ??an ahoui n >>?.>?? administra Mon liardi ? ? <tatem? m I? ih? ne* ; . Attoi ., ; ? . -..,,-. i ?.?-?i-i? . . ttarl K not Bmlth ?n ' ..11 cri i f\ ..,,...,, from 1 hem th? fo o .-.i ?, h a-e ?.-?ii ? v planatorj : ' -,ve :,o? r. ;.ort-' ? ? !. , . . -H--. ? ? ? : ? ruai. or en> - . . ' . , reports of any -..-,,. ... ,1 ?? |i|)i r -... a- \?tn ne? f?el riIARt.KS i BON ??PARTI ' So reno ... i reaii en the liar ?,. , . , ? . aiippn ?sed hy .... ,,? rlo. ! :i ?i c m? ??'" ' i,, i r> besl ..f m? hnowl ? ? -, .-'.;. Qf Cl . r? und ? ne lud orne ? ' ? ? ' that evl . the Rovernmenl case?? < ? oaeruted. and ': ? pi hli? .fon of such rrp ind ?' dl Ihe ???> ? "Ht'RBKRT KNOJ. SMITH." T->ft m His Cabinet Then i . Iter of th? harv? -fr Irusi as V. . : ? > Ih? eo'irse nad? aft? r a f ?il ! ?""ablret llisrii >.. ? ?. ? ?-o, nt of pver ? o. mh. r of t et, 'which at that 1 ?' ' \rr-U in regard in the ?-m n ?? ol Mi (Jardner ruing the expenses "r Ihe Afrlcsn ex? pedition of Ihe former President, Mr Roose veil says t- it hi : .. i all ihe personal ??x . ? -, ' i i a >l mans Ihousi nd of dollar??.'' he 'm- the prlvtl???.-.- ol making this 1 gifi [of animal sklna and skeletons] to the ?n rnei I " idds: ' So other government of rid has rv? r had from "tie trip as lui I peclmena as w? ' a- >? a-- the result of <v;r . xpedltlon." Mr i to ?veil i thai the only three I contributors ? ..-. nai .<? he know? m? ? Amir?- . .,,,-.. ^... Oscar Straus and [?rdgh ? Hum "and the other siih srrlbers played ih. same pari in ??onnee? t?o-i with mj making this trip 'hat the late Mi Murria ?\ .!??? i> and hi? is | I ii equlpplni Mi Peary's nxpedltlnn .ad ihe government ha?t it lAltli one ?-? t of aub i ? aiih i.. nthei --a>? EXPECT A BOMS FROM TAFT Roosevelt1 Warned of Comino; Boston Speech. n i The Trlbi ?? Bay. N V. April 23 <>,,,? of ; - ampaign manager? late this aften oon thai Presldenl Tafi a to throw s bomh ? - ? ,, ? Boston 'hi* ? ' . PXplOSlV? lo |? oser), they I he 1 ? ter a ritten bj ? 'olonel lo Presiden! Tal t, ad?. I sing him v\\ "I nele Joe" ''annon and ? ' rrO?? ri in i "ongr : t bomb," ? Bid the colonel, ? ith . Itll ? ? Ot ' OU fellows Ickwlcl ' I remember Mr, '?? Snod ? i, tal ' hl? ? oat, sa Id : !.. about to el Roi ??!' laid 1 ' ? itlOTi In ? a las! ? .-.-i? f..r his ? ? ? . rg? of Repreaentatl?. e irg? .1 l '? ? i ? ? nnon -nd bent ih? "1 advised th? m i meaning Can? non mid other ?tand patters) and .-onfer as i lind ?' when 1 '?? a.-4 1 resl i .f? rred v. Itii them, bul 1 ?lidn't ? allow them tn diet.ne to ne I didn't lei ' iii??i". : ? ? - masl ?-ere to be published, he said i would have an answer ? forth the reference .ii- Snodgras? taking; off hi.*: eoat." i;. ??!. -? ntative Gardner s charge that Mr. Rons? -ell iwitched off from hi? auppon of reciprocity programme ? i i this from the colonel: ? i ..- of reciprocltj. bul i o! the that 1 wai <il1ipe?-i to mmend " a i rived In New v. ? ? ,,; ' o'cloch tbl? ?.ul :.. Sagamore HIM 11? ???. |n I Igh spirit?. He for Wore? ater, Masa He ? Saturday aftern on ii Fall River . nd \"< w Bedford, and in the evening 1n the ?;....-.?? i-rr on Monday, end In the evening to Pittafleld. H? will r. turn t.. New York on Tuesdaj j mom in-,'. TAFT WILL "TALK BACK" Expected to Answer Roosevelt on T-ip Beginning To-dav. Mngton, April 2" Pr? '? en Tafi and ? hla i'ablnel wen In i he vVl It? i i mee i ' ronslderlng, H i- understood, the political n Sew i '? ? : goii g over .. I h the President .. to :- Ilv? : ? n I* trip which begins ?1..?. In ? ? n Boston. Woi - ester. Palm? I n Ingham, or in Phi the 1 aid? ni I ? xpected to break Ib? i I maintained ? publie attack? by ?Colonel Roosevelt, i and probably mention the ex-Pre?lden1 bj RHODE ISLAND FOR TAFT Delegates To Be Instructed To day for President. TI ? i', pul II?. ? i of ? ? ? to morrow in ? i ?'?-!'?' conventlens, will ??.. eonvenfl?.? . -, . President 'l'ait ? ib? ? ? ' ? allot? 'or Mr Tail. ?:? ?? ? to-day by Ih? ?iai ''. nm."*? ?- Ii carrl? 1 out. ? rlai ., - ? I ?I ? ' Oil.].,!. I - ' I " .?il ihe ?.? ru k of el iioal . ?????; i. . ? ? .' t slat? lo-morr??w v ill he , , . ,.? ii , ... _..,, . . d< ii| nted llfleatlon -n. II ' ri verton Vttorn ''.-??...i . '? ? \ !::? . tin?! l: II I. lioddard, Jr , ol Prot ? i ? all? ? i rlei ?, '?'. Ilsoi ' of t> ? ?'I ..I - .Ill/Ill.,,|, . \\',| ; .,,. I), jr.. Hem '. Potti . . .?? : ... t Kim SPENT |t,115 FOR KINGS PRIMARY. I ! '? .;. !? i ,\| \\ hite, .. ' "' lh< ?un? t?. publli m I ' ?en? . . erllfled lu th? .I and ... Itli Ih? rea-enl o| delegat? the K? INDIANA POR COLONEi .?'?, i '? n i. t j Hoi i ' ..n H i? it. , ? i ..in,,, | ,,,,,, j Tin i ,ii. ? fisH m me' Lake' George Association Files Objection to Statute. i SAY OPEN SEASON IS LONG' Head of Organization States It j Will Completely Destroy Fish Lifo in the Lake. ? B? Tel? graph ? ? i'1'? 1 rib? \ii.--?!-. iprll .3. The ?o-called uniform fish and game law, which Ih? Dit ( on?er- ! \ ittotl Comml??lon herald ed ftr und ?ride i ?m correcting sll the defert* it. th? r?M law, i m i., doomed io i -??- . e.f protests from ni! ovar th? lat? The (lr?l prate?! wa? n j - -? i with ?i" commission lo-day by n...- tv. Harden ot th< Sew Tort lawl i firm 'if Ward iT.n.lcn X- Ratterlee, ai prest- j idenl ?if th.- i.ako Oeorge Association, whose I members "omprlsi nearly a?l th" men who huve summer residences alone Ih? w* ' ? i.'ci'i- of Lake i>"'irc from tic ?illas? of l,ake flaorge to Roiton landing, known e?n "Mllllonalri Row." Home prominent Xeo Torken who are If the aaaoelatlon, healde? Mr Hayden, are Dr. A JaeoM, \H"ii !.. Judson, Or. E. A San ford and Borough Prraldenl George Mc Inenv. It i- understood thAl many other ?i-1- and sum? association? are now prepar? i liifr prnteat? again?! th? new law, a? II I? generally charged thai it open? up com* ! merelal ftahtng on summer resort lak? ? Th?1 petition of llr. Ifayden ?tats? thai unie?? thf law I? changed II will mutt In the practical destruction within a short time of sll Hi.' fish In Lake George. Under thf. nrw law thf eonservatlon commission I usurps mim of tin? lealslatlvi powers, it I hfiiiK provided that the commlmlon may I change the law in reference ic open ?eo ?onu by ?t?-"-'?!;? t order after a healing on n protest from any r--sl.lf.Tit or the ?t?te. It is under thin provision thai the Lake Oeorge association make? It? petition. Mr Hayden objects particular!) to the permitting of the taking of tila? h bas? from i ?-ikf- Oeorge from June l?? to .November 3a. declaring that Ih? limit? of the old Ian Angus! i to December IS should have been retained. He ?ay? thai lh< bas? com? upon lheir beds on June IS and leav* August I. and thai if they are not protected during thai Mm?, they ?in i..- qulrkly annihilated 11?? ask? thai tii? commission take action liffOro .Illllf |( Mr. Hayden also object? to the pro making th? season for lal ? troul on Lake Oeorgi from .prll i tn September SO. ij ma ii should remain from May I t-. August Si, ai it is al pr.-sf-tit. I'nder Ih? neu provision he declares '(?him; floi lake troul through the Ice "ill be p*rmltted, a* the i..- oft.-n remain? until about Ma; l"nptli?nlnR ?if the season for pickerel from May I to March 1, or nearly the entire! yeai. Is another raune of niot.-i. "For some year? pasl fish hav? been 'lp terloratlng in Lak? Oeorge." mid Mi Hay den to-day. "and it i- now discouraging l?i And 'his new law on the statut? books, which will undoubtedly result in ihe rom ?'Ut., destruction of fish life In ?he lake." The commission ha? twentj daj In ? to give a hearing on th" |?etition. LAW FAVORS ROOSEVELT ! Woodruff Says Kings Will Stand 15 to 1 for Taft. i Sheriff Charlea K. Law of Kingi County announced yesterday that he a-a? in fawr of th? nomination of Theodore Roosevell As the She-riff is nol n delegate lo the na? tional convention, nor ev.-ii un Assembly district leader, hi? attitude 1? nol exjie? p>d < to have much weight with the Republican delegation. The only one of the sixteen delegates known to he ? Roosevell man Is Controller William A. Prendergasl After ] Ie election he deserted i Is district leader, Election? Commissioner Jacob A. Livingston, and jrnve the patronag? of hi? ofllc? large)) Into th? hand? ?>f Naval Of fuer F. J. II. Kracke and Congressman William M. Palder The return "f Timothy L. Woodruff to power, largely through the eff.i?ts of Mr. Livingston and the subse? quent defeat of the Kracke-Calder faction m the ?prlng primaries, has plan-?! Mr. La? in an uncomfortable r"".,l"n Speaking for the delegate? of the 10th Congressional Dlstrl I yesterday. Reuben L. Haskell, secretary of ihe Republican county organisation, ?aid II il hi did nol believe Mr, i-au's stand would have nay effect in changing Ihe views .?f the Brook? lyn delegate? Mr W.Iruff, the county leader, ?aid ?il '^.., fifteen men v\ I o were . lect? 'i aa Taft folio r< r? wo i ?I pi ove stanch, and thai Mr. Pr? nd? -..?>? ?n lid i.? the only Roosevelt delegate from Brook? lyn, SENATE REFUSES TO YIELD ) i Insists Election of Memhrrs Shall Ec Supervised by Congress. ? ? ? vVashlt gton. April 8. Th" Bel at? i I - erat? ?I to-day It? d? lei mlnatlon to pi 'to Congress supervisory powei a er the (election of Senator? by popular vote, when Senator ''lark, of Wyoming, o ... ference committee, reported that (he two house? h.ad failed to reach an agreemenl By n Mete of il to *Jt tli? Senat, refused ., .,].? fr?mi its am? ndm? I pro ll ,,t i ongi ' ?? ?ho il I ' ?ei rli ?? tro the lime, manner and place ol holding I e election? The liemocrat? with Ihe t-ingl" exception ot Renatoi Clarke, of Arkansas, constituted the minority The rpieBtlon will now go tO the House, which i-- >? e< '1 to accept the (tenate amendment s. ? atoi . ai i.. r< ' c' ' ? ' ' mfei r^.s en :.ill m ? h? Id Ixtoen meeting? II? call? rl attei lion to | f.iri thai If the amei m? I ? re nul r? la n. i r would be doubtful whel m i ongre ? would hat >? ihe powei lo ? na? I I? | regardlns campais contribution?? and lim jtf d ' ampaign ? * pei dltui ? ic b? ..?i pa ??!??? t Ion. j Henatoi I ;.i, .'?:., i .? 11 mnfi l .,!,? o in??.' thai I I th? npporl he would off? i< 0?'no Ill "> h ?' w.n presented In Hi? St-v, Vork IjCglMlaiuie, giving Congress anthorllj I ??? 'h. !.?? c,n'\ ?? ? . I io ict, and to res lat ampaign ? ? i>< ndl I I .r? William ?) Bi ' i??> a ! unusual lnt?i ??' proposed am? ?? . -, in the <'i lui ronf? rrei] ? h Konaloi Kern and otht-i Democrat farl.er flav and ? ati h? i Hi? i otiiiK fi .in I th? ?.i! ? ? ! ? ? BOTH CLAIM MISSOURI Tafl Followers Say They Will Control ' State Convention I.OU?I \: rli - : With lit? nrri al ol ? to. <-i nor 11 ?'ii- .i I? ,i.|. i o| il lie. . ! veil faction, and it. ? ? i:tc i, ,r t j Burtholdl ai dir? ? tor ol Ih? Taft fore? ol Missouri Republicans, th? light foi control ? t ih? H. publican Htate ? ont > nil Tli ' j i sda) began In ? aucun? - held lo-nl| t !.. ad? in ivociid net dis? ui ahai loo pla< <? I al these caucus? i 'olonel Rooaoveli rolli - . i lalm to 1 ., . enough Inati u? li -i .1. |. ..... ?.. irol th.n ven tlon ? h< i fi nouncea 'hat after tin meeting ?>t the tali ' ? oinmllt? ?? Il " 'H ' lien 11.it? i are do rldpd, be In supn ...? i??? ? ? The Tal i I? ?"!? ' ai . ? .1. '? . -I. , H.H Ulli and ??mni-sied i i . ? "i ? ...i.iiiiiIi iratioi i ? . .. m, ;.| ? i . ,i.i ' >.' . i ' ? late . ni.lo i III ?III In Ih? ',. I,' ' ? Thirty-two Names To Bo Placed on Headquarters' Tablets. ^EACH DIED WHILE ON DUTY Some Ppri.-.hed in Firca; Others Drowned Attempting; Rosones; More Were Shot or Stabbed. i;- names e.r thirl* In i i illcemen who n the performance of ihelr duly will Im id.-..-. d on ,i roll ,i honor ? n l ? on? ..n ??ithei aide of the main enii mos <?'? I "Ii. ? Ue.oioii-i; t. . ? thin rhc n? <t fe** da - Th tabli ? Bre bull? Into the wall, ?h?? mi! of honor being aiiggeated bj ??en ??ral Hini-'hain when Polie? Commissioner A committee ?vas appoint?*d lo decid? '?p >n the poli?**amen worthj ol mention, snd Inviutlsn? ?rere i atter? I broadcast n sr for name"? of the ma.ha had distin? guished themselves. Th? comtnittM con? sisted "f tl,a? lit,. .|ohn Jacob ??tor. R A. ?'. Smiti- and Philip Rhlnelandsr. They weni through volumli.s data and finished Ihelr Investigations Jual pre\1ous m ''ot?nel V s tor'i rr#?i triage lo Misa Pore?* in large bronse letter Ih tabkIs ?? m b? ? "hi Names of Ihm I ? h< di'""! In Hi-' performance ,.i th.u dut) Roll of Honor." Then will folio?? the thirty-two i up. ? i Inough apa?*e will b< I ft >>n Ihe -. cond tablet t.. i? milt adding other names. The names snd deeds ol ih? thirty-two men follow: PATROLMAN JAM KA I \Mil.i.. do d Septemtx r _?:?. i?;.t, ..;, ,t through th ? i: while trying 10 srreat'two burglar? ai luth atr? -i and Avenue R PATROLMAN RITtlKNK ANDERSON; 1*4 Julj in, is.,:. .hot bj Michael I'andnl, who 'um preparing to -i.i .. man ?Hi.. found him trying to rob a ?hoe store al ? ?rand and i *entr< ti PATR? ?LM \N H' IRATI? ' S.*? XOER; died N'ovembei 22, iv*?. from ? beating r.Iv.-.i '.\hiie try Ins lo r? itore order In a restau? rant on III? ? .-k >i ? t,., t. near Cai mine street PATROLMAN DAVID H MARTIN died Augus) K, i?.;i, stabbed In the n.<k by Will? iam ' m ils, .. burg la i. ai Ihe coi net ..f hi i '"11 and I'l ? ? ' ? I?, I'.i ook I Ml PATROLMAN HEORGE W DURYEA; died Ma.? ??>. ISM, .?hot through the tenu.le attempting t.. irreal John < i i 'onnell, . a ideki racki I. PATROLMAN JOHN O'BRIKN; died Vui isl :.'?. ISS4, shot In Ihe forehead witl? a ? :.Ivei l- John Reillj in a ?alian al llsi atreel and Ninth avenue, " *i PROLM W TH? >M \S W ALK BR; died .Ugllst !'. '-.". ?hot h' or. a liana who ban aaaa ilted a woman In a hou?? on i Tt li PATROLMAN HARRY i'ORLETT; died ' lui] ! ' I?'.?. ?:. .V. i,.-." .i i t ? m, 1 It, t; to r. - ?' ' Jane Bell, fourteen years old, on an escur ! alon of n,,. ,\ p \ PATROLMAN PHILIP LAMBRETIIT, died March M 1972. trying to oneii a no? be? tween laborer? at '.''tii or.?.t and s.-.ond avenue ?;?-.. ..?,? i.. en i>n? "; the laboi era, ?truek bun In th? liead with a tone, 111 lnq hi? ikull. PATR? il.M ? !? J? IHN Di iNAHl'K, M" .tul-r ?i IK72 from fracture of the akull while making an arresi al North is, street and l'nlon .???nue. I'.rooklvn m :rhe w i i \mi;s m ?;ivr\. died July 21, is"?", stabbed In the shdom? n by mi? Kennlcker. who had stolen n watch, In evading a r-?-i PATROLMAN A8A M Kl'RNKSS. died Decembei 29, tWi, ?hoi by an Insane man in a hotel, who wai threatening to shoot ? i \ I... ' h dCht. PATROLMAN r'i\\'?''is MALLON. died May I. IM ' el Hulllvan, whom nd ord? r?-d te "mol ?? "Il PATROLMAN JAMES BRF.NNAN. dl?-d , , ? "Handsome " i'arlton, al '?'?''? ?tr??el and Third man who had ba-en held ' I Wo Other? PATROLMAN JOHN J SHERMAN, died Paptem ???:. Btabhed in ?he heart bj Prancis Noah, a negro be aoughl to arres) foi disorderly condiicl DKTEt'TlVI?. JOHN i'AREY, died No? vember ?>, IWC ?-!-of In the abdomen wbil? Htternptlns to arres! Daniel Wheeler, alias ^ ,,,?-., - at S< ?nth n enm and 27th street PATROLMAN THOMAS R. M'INTYRK, tlied .--? ? ? er I " I* "'? from ftractui - of the ahull received .? : * 'PPlng a runas ay h??r .? in West 7M street PATROLM ? FREDERICK SMITH. riled 11 loner -;. IW, shot through the v ? ?' I re r? volver while at . ... p, arresi lar Hi the Chun h of the H?h Redeemer, PATROLMAN WILLIAM BAI'MEISTKR, ol In i te abdo ,, . ., p] |- i n -- In front of N-" 321 -, aa ho was re '"Mini* urreal P\TROLMAN THOMAS I FIT7.PAT rk'K died Januar; burned to ,\ ?m wh le o,, dut) n a fire In W I? k* & c, ,'t cigai factor? . Flral "PATROLMAN EDWARD 3 MT'LLEN. lanuary H, 19**1. burn? d to w? atli at a r PATROLMAN PRANK J REDICAR, died Decen bei ? I V"\-luu'u-r PATROLMAN lirc.ll J. LNRU.HT died Marc " ?- ? "' , h>" ,M Bru?eh ?ft? ? he found Hruscli had broken Into a i aker? it '-'?? Ml Third av< nn< '?- \-r..,,l.M\v WILLIAM F HEDE Ma'n* died ' ily ''? ,'*"1 while endear ." ,,* ,..,,. ? ?? , .... M ,? radii n thirteen ye ir? ,,,,! 0f ?ajo Hou ?ton street, from t'romw. II f'reek ,? \TROLM W IKOltOE M. SECHLER; n ,.,i ?... i ? ??? : PATROLMAN ALFRED A BELLETK: ? .-; ?hot by Balvat?ire .;..? - , ?- . ,, had -hot an Italian In W asl - Ington Sonar- and was tryln? lo escape ar r"p?TROLMAN EIGENE S BHBEHAX: died IVtob? t by a one-armed man : | ordered to mo\.n fr?i from ? if N?i : PATROLMAN EDWARD .1 KAVA 11 1907: ?hoi by .? . ' ? .. ighi to ar (? ;? hag from Mr? ? 'harles I. .i,,'. , ?? ?' : ? irfleld -"re. ' m.k ! '.' n PATROLMAN R?r>RERT J. F1TZOER .\ ?.i i .11.d Jauuai \ 11, IWO, att? \ e|k< r from ? ? ttlng impli fi ??"? the M.kl) i ??HIN LOrOIIMAN died -.a II? Bsatatins Pa J? ?> '? ' ? ?"?' P< '? r foi - LUTTKN * ' "i H H-5EPH PETROSINO; ,1,,.,; ?i ? nated In the i Ity f Pal Italj I.TROI \i W .1 AMI'S F M W'l.W. . , , 110. al a (Ire at No I7W ;i.kl! n. a i lie r? selling .... ' n a nine, ? ho ??? as ? TUSH'' SAYS Fa. C. BENEDICT i Commodore Won't Mix in Fight Or? Presidential Candidates. ? ,-? ?. i ? ? ? 'j haven'l I it|i i..:, ai d longitude polltl? ally ild ' ????! uiodot.. E. . Ren? dl> i lo ila? hen ' ? ma?l< hla nisi ipis arai ? Ii th? four month.-' i t.--Souih America In the Alvina. II? had ked a?.out ,.: ; -it. in mat? i. ? . . hosen In a town ? iu? ua foi -? be t i?a? h< l In i ?? .? - ' .hi ? ? delegation ol sli Dei.rati ??> . m. i..i i lie Blal.; ? nl on In M iy, the il .n ... lug m -n u? t- .1 for l turmoil. "Why, in m ' aid th? commodoi ? "I'm ? ? -nl and I ? ?all I Ho into politic? i il 11 ii mon, i nd? i hill and . ,.i . i! frlejid? of mine, l toi th '.i ?on i t befor? i tiled rhmtli i m noi golnri i" R? ' Into an) : lir? ? liahd? J nghi ? When naked about tin effort made bj the Rraslllan govei nm< nl lasl fa to toy him using Id- wlrelei uutfli In Boi th ?mm i.i..i? aid ti.it s. Knoi had taken up the ma'?? i a-lth and h? hud Is en I . gue i ..r Hi. IXll and Ir.ia . II, .1 t'A I) hun ?i ? -i mil? m in . |.iia ate eai last '.a Int. r aft?-i .nun _? n.m on ii-, i?,H. 'i h< Pi ?Id? nl i ? ahz. ?i thai ?? aa.-. ra|ih I <>t . i.i . ih. plan i i. - '.. I,..a. I ? i . I . ,. i i. ,,r ||,. i | n to Install a thu ? ii ' I ' . ' hi up| u| i ...i,. id ' i ? ? lo pur? ha?, m: ?? itttts, 1 ' Im? ii ( un 'i ni-|..,| at Kl eat i o^t' 1 till! thai Urn?? I ti iin< ?I I i m.na WHFFLING GOLS TO ROOSEVFLT. n in? v> l'a ?aprll .1 TI ? ? dot ?? .In i'mini .. n ,,| ill m i-. 11 ti? ?????I '? ' . ? . ? ? -Hi |.. . . i, I ..n lu? il. THE PRESIDENT'S DAY. Yram I h? Tribuna Bureau | \*< ??hint-Inn. April B The^pTeeldenl pan ont] a i.w rfliier.?: lo-day,Including th? Beere tar y of state and the Attorney General Mr Taft remaine-i in his pri? vate Study working f.n his MaSMchO se'ta speeches The Itinerarj >>f Hie ?up. which begins to-morrow, Is sa fWlows leaving Washington a' ; o'clocli to morr?n afternoon, Mi Tad v-ill n|.<-nd ?he, nighl ii Sea rock with hi? brother, Henri IV Taft. Thursdaj morning h? Will leave for Si.li'.Kll^ld. Wh?T? he I? scl ? di led lo '-i" ?'< In the earlj after? noon S|.'he? will also i? made on Thtirsdav in Worcester, Boston, Talni?r and Booth Cramlngham. Mr. Taft win leave ite.?ton at midnight on Thurada) for Nee York, ?here ?if ?rill take break fas! ? itii hi? hrotl. attend th.. funeral ..f M,-, |or tien? ral Fred i ' Oranl at Governor'? Islam!, take luncl.n ?rlth his b other ?nd then motoi lo Newark, where ni ?m deliver an addreas In ths armor; to iho Tsfl ?-tub The prewiden? will i '? Hie guesi ?>r ? 'larem ? Keli l'iiei.c ?light if the weather permit?, he "in pis golf ?l the Newark Coui try i'luh on Satuidav mornln<. remaining at the eint, foi luncheon, after which he will mol r i" m i. ? '-n. where he "ill deliver h n address at l o'clock. Th?? Pr, dem "in then go to Philadelphia tu dedicate t?." n " assembly hall of ?ho I'nloM [..ajriif 'bib. Bnd ?ill at t.-n'l Ihe dinner ccleHrating the annlvnr sary of th? birth of Oeneral ll.veee? B. Oranl. He will leave for Waahlngton on Saturday night. The new Swedish Minister and the new Peruvian Mlnleter presented ?heir ere? dentiala to th? President to-day, Ihe re? ception taking place In the Blue Room. NO ?eh Bice ? Barnes Ssys 83 New York Dele? gates Oppose Colonel. MUST PREVENT CALAMITY State Chairman Says Report of Deal Must Be Falsehood ?Attitude Firm. Albany. April 23. William Harnea |r . I chairman of the Repuhllcan Btats Com? mittee, i"-nigiu Isaued Ihs following statement regarding Ihe attitude of Sew Vork stuf"? delegates to the Republican national convention: "The statement by the Roosevell com? mittee thai hii> person representing any number Of the i|ele^,it?>s from 111-r* State of New Vork had approached any one connected with Ihe Roosevelt campaign | t?. make ? dicker must be a falsehood, because there is no one who <-?*ii(>i speak | authoritative!) for these delegates. They : aro controlled by n>< one, hut, so far as 1 have been Informed by them, eighty three arc unalterably oppoaed t" th.. nomination of Mr. Rooaevell and favor j President Taft. "This Is s fac? known to all well In . f?.rmc?l persona and an) statement ; which claims that ? dicker ?'an be made ! ... itli aii> of th.-m in behalf of Mr. ' Roosevelt'? nomination Is made without 1 knowledge of their r.-ai attitude They I are not men constructed of that kind if mat? rin . ? Thf great public ?lui) which rests I upon their shoulders to prevent what every farseolng man knows must be <? national calamltj is thoroughly appre? ciated by them. "New York will no more faltet now than she did In 181)15, and any rumor thai she may from n??w until the con? i ? niicn adjoui n la false." SEE POLITICS IN CHARGES ; 1 Complaints Against Commerce Court Justice Pushed by Taft Opponents. m Tl ?? Trll ; Washington, April -3. newspaper charge* . against Robert W. Archbald, associate Jus ! Uce of the Commerce Court, were brought to t ??f attention of the House to-day by | Mr. Morris, a Nebraska insurgent, who Introduced a resolution calling on ihe Presi? dent for ?.ii Information bearing on the i ? which tnaj be in the Department ol Justice. '?"?.e chargei s - Id to relate to .certain business transactions which Judge Arch bald is alleged to have had with the Erie llnllroad regarding the purchase c,t culm banks. v> statement wa? forthcoming fiuiii the Department ot Justice to confirm the- report i hat the charges were being Investigated, or that there was any basis it them, in view of the fact that they a>e being pushed by persons known to bs hostile to President Taft, there Is a gen . ral disposition to regard the report snd the Sorrls i. solutlon as a political man?uvre tci discredit the court and pos ibly lay the groundwork for an Impeachment proceed? Ing in an attempt to jnstifj the political doctrine for the retail of Judges. The resolution was referred to the Com mlttee on Judiciary, and will probably be reported, ?s the Democrats would welcome anything which would inak?. political cap? ital i .i them. OUT AGAINST ROOSEVELT Frank Sommer Will Fight for La Follette in Jersey. M ich to the surprise of the New Jersey supporters ?>f Colonel Roosevelt, former Sheriff ?-'rank S Sommer of Kssex Co nty, ? ? mi., known ?<?-t.fci.iv would not alone oppose th? si ectlon of Roosevelt delegates in ih<. coming convention, but would take the ?tump In favor of the selection of dele? gates pledged lo the nomination oi Senator IM Tollet!. Mr. Sommer, who ii ecu., of tne Progres i? ? Republl? .m l< aders ?f Sew J< i R'ould ici discuss hi plans yesterday, bul On? Of his Close friends -..i.I that he ha.l always been s stanch supporter "f Ihe mein ?Senator snd that there ws? nothing new in his purpose lu work for th? ?-??ii. lion of 'i !? gat? ? fat orahle lo Mr. I-. follette. Th? Wisconsin Senator, it was said In Newark yesterdaj would make .c sp< making i. ol Sea Jerscj som? lime nest month, and that In all probablllt) Mi Sommer .?ouM seenmpany him. Mi Som? mer, wh?. i? counsel to the Tutelle- I tllltlrl . ommlsslon. Is also s m< niber of the He publican si.it.. ? 'ommltti ? T ? I-_ follette i upiiorters will open headquai 1er? In Sea at h lo de ) f. on\ a lin h thej itit. ii.| n. r.lue t ,i sti entiou i campaign James II Pope of Jerse) t.'liy, head "i the i.i Pollette movement In N'? lersey, will, U is said, direct operation? from this office OHIO REPUDIATES THE RECALL Constitutional Convention Defeats Pro? posal to Make It Law ? '??lllllllell.-, I 11.\ I.I l) ? Till . 'Ill.II Kiitutlonal convention .t.f> ited a proposal io m? -i pora te .t pro? Ii Ion f"i the i> cali ??f publie mile i?!- ni the constitution b) s I Ot? Of .''T I" tee t proi i<i"'i for iii? m ? .?ii "i ail puMli in. lal . Including the judiciary, upon I majortt? <.?.?? ai r?gulai Soveinber elec Sl|.t ? of " i.m "i Ihe ,.i , mid ici. i... i, i. .|C ,,. ,| i,, pi.,,.. ? ,e ? , iaj ..ih -ia! i.ti ib,. ind ' i.u ?OI > t? Uni) ol muni? n'ai olh. m?. 'GUNS AT ALLEN HEARING Courthouse Bristles with Arms as Outlay;* Are Arraigned. Hlllsvlllo, Va . April y.", iiiiicviiic and the ?0111111011".- i,ri?ilcr| with Unarm? In the hands of officers when the Allen oui inw band war- arraigned to ?lay. and II ?.. as demonstrated thai Ihe Aliena are nol S Iflio'lt frl? -"I" Detectives say lhaj nippad s scheme to irauggle firearms Into the (all IVes ley ffmith, ?ii.f Ihe kinsmen, dn ? ? dagger on s detortive and was knocked san?eteos l?ater, ?.f the polnl of s t-nv. a detective named Ta vue drove two other Aljon folio-.?, ?ri from the lail While Judge Staples aras on th" I an?, h, : sitting In the c hair In whkli Judge Mas vie whs shot, a strapping ''.'-|"ii' at his side w i * 11 h heavj rallhred pistol belted to htm. Sheriff Edwards and s , detective searched all who entered the courtroom. Th.. defendants pleaded not guilt* to murder. They asked for s change of venue mid it was granted They will b tried separate!. IS ROOSEVELT REPUBLICAN? So Asks Mr. Hiitcninsor. of Taft Bureau, and Donbl3 It. The ?ttentlnn of local Republican lead? ? Is centered al prestml on the light between ?he Taft end Roosevell forces for v 1 ? ? t... ? at th" primaries In Massachusetts on Tues? day. Both sides acknowledge thai th? ? mit should have un Importan) bearing on ih?' general situation. The attention ?>. John W, ilutchinw n dlrei-tor of the Rastern branch of ths na? tional Taft bureau, was called yesti to a paragraph In a tw.dumn ?? tlsemenl thai l- being published In Boston and S|.itiiKii.'i'i n-.f. '? eraph printed In large type, reads: "Rataember ou don'l hav? to be enrolled In any party to vote at th ? primary." "Is Colonel Roosevelt, twice s Republi? can Tie sid..tit and non an avowed ?*and ??ate f?.r the Presidential nomination in the next Republican national eon%*entlon, n Republican?" asked Mr. Hutchlnson. when he had read th? paragraph. "This appeal shows on Its im n thai ' onel Roosevell Is u Presidential candidate with? out regard to party affiliations. With bli ? anything to g? > th? re by ... : I od ? otes. "Tlili Is the ' mdtdate who .'?ks for the nomination In s R publican national con? vention. The language of the/paragra| i thai of the Roosevelt committee, n rep? resents Colonel l:"c.-'".'i- policy." All ?aik thai ? lialri tan Barn Republican state commute? snd othei state leaders were lecretl) looking forward ic. bringing out a compromise candidate at Chicago was declared yesterda) to be the i veriest "hieb." These leaders appreciate, ?it was lated, that Roosevell Is putting : up ? hard fight all along the line and will continue t?- iKht <jp to t ? ast, in ail prob? ability, but they declare thai ihe I 'sue ii ? ..*> ., ' tied ? veen Tafl .'end Roosevelt and thai lh< flghl will ;.n tinned alone those linea TAFT MEN CLAIM IOWA President's Adherents Confident of Controlling State Convention. Coder Rapids Iowa, \p?? '.:. Victory In to-morrow's Republican st.ti. convention was claimed b> botli the Tafl an.i tli" Cum? mins leaguers to-night. John T \<iain., Mate nian igei of ' Tafl fo?ces, declared ? .ei senator Cuiumlns's trip from '>' a - s as B? live Residential candidat?! seeking the Indorsement of his home people, would be met by an enthusl astl? Indorsement of the Tafl administra? tion and the approval of the President's nomination for i> second tenu John H Briar, in charge of ths Cummins movement In the state, -aid to?night that rcea would be In unquestioned con? trol of the convention and thai tl ere wo ild :. c ?-.f.- working majority with which t?> | adopt resolutions Indorsing Cummins tor lent. The only two counties carried bj ?loose veil have swung Into the ? ' ; nun ins ?inn. Bo confident are ths Taft people of \sin nlng liiai to-night they announced their candidates f"?- c?. legate s-ai -laii?e f> I ? national reinvention, as follows: Governor T. F. .'c roll, Oeorge D Perkins, of Bloux City; i.uther u. Brewer, of Cedar Rapids, and Jam*a H Biyan, of Crest?n. Tin convention trill j>.- called to order al n a m. \-i.r approval of caucus u ? - lions for cred ntlals and resolutions com? mittees, adjournment will be taken until afterno >n Senator Cummins arrived from tvashlng lon i bis aftci ?M ?'?'. TAFT SURE OF MICHIGAN' Proves Roosevelt Claims AK.urd by Again Carrying Wayne County. !"??:,, The Tribune Bureau. 1 v\ sahington, April 23 Koi s second time President Tafl has won In Wayne Count Mich., proving the absurdiij of the ? of the Roosevell managers who bolted th? -?inte convention, ai cording t.. this tato nient from the Tafl bureau to-day: Presiden! Tafl yesterday again carried v. ,i\ i... County, M;. h., Including i ?? thereby assuring him iwo dele^.u, . the Isl ' ngree* I ?istrlc of M ths Chicago convention. furthermore, this is the seventh Congresi district in tin to Instruct for I'resldenl Taft, Indica tin < ? il all question lhal the sentiment of the state-, .i~ : ?ected b) fe. recen? Maie ? onvention, Is f. r the Presid? m The \>,\ ? In VVai i ?? ' 'ountj ? ? wterds ihn ?? to on? In favor of Tafl veil When the delegate? t?. me state co tlon wer? e|ect??d, some weeks ano, prac? tically the same resull was a ' the Tafl forces, and thi s_ delegates ft m bel i io Ih? stale r nv< tloi cr< In ? tru? led for Tafl Tl Room wU to imite.l though sented onl> one four! i | the delegate i stI n i'ic 'l .. ' ntest it the stai j:^i ? ? ? ? ? tgali thi ? n. ?lefo it..i and. Isst set np which the?, uill carry to the na ?lot_*l convention at ("hlrago. The outcome of the district caitcti ??? n Wayn? i 'oun. ly yt*sterd ij ietl ' ? id ill doubt tin absurd '?' ill ' '' ? Rooai va\[ fore? ? hoth . V ind "? to tic . sentlm? ni ol Miel I? u le d< ni Tafl t ?I of ? ". mi .. dd' gate? from Mic I while. Mr T.e...?.?,.'? now hat only --'x d? uaie^. with two more districts ye| in OREGON'S VOTE NOT PLEDGED. I Attorney General Says Ronosevelt Is Not Entitled to Full Delegation. s.ii.-in. Ore., April ."? - \" Informal opin ! i..n on the Repntiilean priman last Prlda) 1 expressed by Attorney Oeneral A \t (-raw ! ford to-day holds lhal Theodore R velt I not ? titled io the ?rote .?r 11 ? . . Oregon delegation t" the national conven* tlon \ii Crawford Is Quoted as saying ihat undei th? Oregon law. II Is not Incumbent upon all delegati - to support . rtaln candidate unless lhal -andldate received < majorlt) ?>f his pat lj 's primai. rot? in case <.f plurality only, aa on ;.i -t Tri? da) . the opinion ' old lhal the del? a . bound to .?>'. for the e indldate th? n i ?presented on the ballots MR. TAFT GETS FIFTH IOWA. . 'edar Rapid . Is April ! Th? Fifth i ?,,. .i. i Usti ?.-i delegat? ? I - the Repub ii.an National Convention are w ?; Tow--. o| Cedai Rapids ."'.1 P ii Downing, of Ttpton The) are Instruct? d i it Tafl a RHEIN HAS NO TITANIC BODIES. Baltimore ?.prll 33 \ ? Irele ??? dtsput? h fioul Captain Madsen of Ih? leamei Rhein In Ih? local lenti of th? lean lp ? ont ?,.iii> i s|mii ! thai he a a ? ? "" mllei . I t. ||| Vu Si linen lo Ic Thi ? i i ih.. bei ? al.' i""-n Tl.i i? No i'ii.? front ih? Tltank wreck wen n IIP S FROM IMM ID 5A Newport Dressmaker Takes Ad vantaqe of Priest's Absence to Commit Suicide. DEATH OUICKLY FOLLOWS Chicago Bzprtti F\^mror\ a(? Metuchen in Effort, to Sav? Life?Had Long Been Insane. !.. "??-.???ripl? t.. Tli- T'lh.jr. j *!??t??. h'-ii. N. J-. April ??*::. T-k?n?, ??at, vantage ol ?. moment's ?ih-aer.'?? of th? ? ?vh ? ? ..?' tali | lo a -.?p.!. torinni ' R??"H linot? "str.rdi ,???.. noon, Mlas Ann;? Curran, of ft??*????* i: i . Dunn h? m If from l ? ,-??,,. nial Expresa ss H rn?>h?**J throtagii ?ml lov n ni '' " mile? '-? I ??? r T'?e ?., ^ was brought to a ?'???? discovered thai the young woman -1 hurl' -I hei self froi i ?? i ?r pla ? . lt she was <!?? Ing ah? ;i p ? TTh < 'Id. .?.'.. Expn - ? ? -, L. ! ''' ' ' ' -d in ,i i. -j . |g L rush h? lo th? n r,(. for?- . he train ? onld lart i| - .,.. ( \ or. ???? ? d|i d Mil Curran who ??, ?;-k, ? - n- mi ?? Ith '?? ? om he Ih .-i in N'.-.s ! ? Ih? Colonial Expn i ? i.. i. , 11 . ? . j .. ? , train runa i..-",',..-, i;<.-??. ..i \Va44. Ington, making th? ?a, Misa ? 'irr. ? j i?> Father O'Donnell, n ' nrr.-in famll Bh* -.?. <-,:, her way to M ? torium, m Kalt Im? r? s was ta undergo .? ?'oui ne o? .,,,?. said, f.,.- roi Kather 0*D< nnell ? : m |o irney will shoi. 1 about T> o'??lo?'k thi ' , ? v.ornan and venl I ????? .-?;?., m.? me car. ?ho hsd -? ? ? ,. o;i<? and ronlent?ad ??. hen h< - 1 he ? as b. ' " moment? \\ hen h? r? 1 irn? d Pal in?i? san .'i on? ? 1 hnl Mlaa ? in her seat. It? lisp ? ted happened and called to th to atop Ih? 1 ra in. Th? ? ond : ?, the bell rope, setting Ih? ? ?? ? ? ???.??. ? brakes, and the trail ,,??, 4 en stop 1 liai II ? . ? ?.? iiiro'.vn from Ih r Father < ?'1. ?-. . jump? ?l from th? train ai dos n the 1 ' ? 1 ch ? trie: BDOt Where MISS .| '^ron-n. htsraelf from the train th? f?a nd lohn )<*? ?nan and Pa iroli 4 ,?.?. pis o. bending ot or her, T'r. L, V. Llpnlncotl ? , summoned, and I ? .r. ran was uncons? loua 1 ?ill?d r? flag ti?? fasi '"hl< ?...* thr? Pennsylvania Rsilro? ? v? 1 dn<? in ;i fea mtnuti 1 Father O'Donnell, who appeared orar* come bj j-'rl.?f. then d? Ided ?? . - ? ? body tak? n to the . - -j,?,.. 11 will remain until lo morro will be taken to the horn? ol Miga bu? llan ? iirran. in X? wpoi t. Tele?, Newport, R. 1 ?? m Ann? Curran, who committ? I Ids In New Jersey !.. da: . had ? . snaj ?he was <.n hei . . ompanled bj Father ? ?'Donnell und Sullivan, hot h of Pro?: Id? Ml?*-*? t'urr.n. who was ftirmerl dressmaker here, - in>r? d ft work. She had been In ?????-? tortums. Bh? leave? lw< v. ho are school I COLONEL WINS IN KANSAS He Carriel T'".n* Distri't?-. .it Y**tut* day's Primanc??. Kai Mo., Api - ?reit mad? a aweep to-da: of Kans? getting control ot ? itli District ? , sixty out of on? out show Botta th? tth tlonal ? omit) primai ? .. s.? pr? vlotisl) !< I .m- . ! s?i Har?i. lo-ni? R ..,-. . Ilk IM> trl.t by ?1 ?. Its I NO "MONEY TRUST CMJIUltTTT Pu.io Resolution Stripped of OllOM ?0 Protect Witneta ?\ , ? iprll 1,. n- in run the "nu ? ? " ? 1 :'ii. s of the Ho t. 1- w hat I? tei med by ord? ring a fa ? . ., . ' ihe Bai 1 ni ? resolut lo ? 1 - ?" ? 1. rmj. r, ol S? a >vr ** Parrar, 01 N??** alio y ... : ? - be held d .;.'. v? 111 I ? port win ne ni.oi- In time " ? ? ? v ?? , . .? - >??? 1 The commute? Pillo l.--o|i II.,1 - ' nity to white????? vi ? . ? - of ihe Ranking and 1 lained thai 1 tlon the) were ?? Ithoul suthorltj ' ? . th.gh inve be more of ? farce than ? $300.000 FOR BRONX SEWERS Dix Approved Ma.?.en Sill -Vete?* Water Commission Uau*t IB) . hlv. ?|bau> Arn: ?. The Mil ul ?< ?un Madden adding <?-???"? lo ?"? ' allowed the Broni Valle) iawtM 1 "?'?"^ ?Ion, waa the last n - "' ,J v Uovernoi Tl.. iloverii" . ba.?ev.-r. <M n?. mu ..t Hihaf.? w.?t'?' ? !..:'. 11,.,1 v. r 1, n U Lawn '" ? ? V.1"1' II.;.i vrtlioi \\ l*?r.'i?i ?-. ?? ? , ,|?. .a ..nd I ...1,Mm ?.' .,..- -.?... i- ??tain. ?ni" the t<*?"? ??I Ul?' VH I ' ?"??''" N' ' ?, 'atl'1 .1. v.?l??p'n ?i,.n Th? b\l\ ??aa H""" ' (he .?n..m ,? ?eto.