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I?? ?la? and to-morrorr,
? aln, ?1.1,1 l?,i?t wind?
la ? it? of New York, Jersey at? and Hobokaa?
But Can't Say Whether Con?
centration of Money ant
Credit Has Yet Reached
Danger Point.
Steel and Harvester Man Tells
Pujo Committee He Favors
Stock Exchange Incorpo?
ration?Rockefeller To
Be Questioned.
Washington, Jan. 15.?In a hypo?
thetic;,! QUMtkMI put to George W,
rvrkins to-day, Samuel Untermyer.
, ountel for the "money trust" commit?
tee, outlined from the record? a "con
ctatratlon of money ami ? -dit,'' and
,-i'kr?! ?hfih'r Mr. Perkins considered
it a m?-na?e and peril to the prosperity
of the country." The cuesti?n wan
mmera\ty accepted as Mr. Untormyer's
conception of the elusive, so-called
"money trust, " of which the committee
is in search
Alter declaring that the query re
niiminl him of the conundrum, "Why Is
,i mouse when it spins?" Mr. Perkins
,?..<-r?'-d that he could not say whether
?At. the point outlined in the question,
ontratlon was a peril. In a long
riissertarlon or? economics Mr. Perkins
took the position that after cornent-ra?
tion had reached a certain point it
?1-ould b? subject to government r?sil?
iation. Ile would not answer the hypo?
thetical question categorically
After to-day's hearing the committee.
;n a rather heated executive session,
.l?"termin<-tl to have Chnlrman Pujo and
Mr l'nt?>rmyer visit William Rocke?
feller ?nd take his testimony. Mr.
Ps o omtmaa? Um Boheme without avail,
\ raaolatiOQ instructing Mr. Pujo rind
Mr I'ntormyer to make arrangements
for the examination was adopted with
only a single vote in opposition-that of
chairman Pujo.
This determination of ?he < ommitt?e
folio?*.???! tho testimony of Pr. C*W.
Ki< liardsun. who, after examining Mr.
ltor kefellcr. told the ? ommitt?-e to-day
that, despit" his illness, the oil man I
Id submit to a "brief examination \
,\ithout immediate eerious res?ilts
No plans were made to-day for the
manner or place of examining Mr.
Thomas W. Lament and EC P. Pavi
?on. of J. P. Morgan A- Co.; K. I,. Iline,
president of the First National Rank of
New York, und George F. R.'iker, jr,
who were ot hand t.. testify to-day.
were eSCOSSd until next Thursday.
The committee will examine Ja? ob II.
Schiff, of Kuhn, I.o?h A- CO., to-mor
The Hypothatical Question.
Mr. Tnterinyer's hypothetical "money
trust" viestion came after Mr. Perkins
had recommended publicity a?, a cure
for financial evils, the Incorporation of
the New York Stock Exchange under a
federal ? barter, h closer responsibility
?mong bank directors and the accord
?g of representation on the directorate
to minority stockholder! In corpora?
The Question, which embraced eonclu?
.?ions drawn from much of the testi
motSf already before the committee,
? si as follows:
all your attention to exhibits before
? ? ? o m m It tee., from which you will nota
the following seven institutions have total
?? to ireea of ii.3D8.ooci.cn"':
?I. P. Morgan A Co. (and Drexel 6\
Co.), deposits, $163,0)00,000.
Guaranty Trust Company, $292,000,
Banker? Trust Company, *205,000,
First National Bank, $149,000.000.
National City Bank, $274,000.000.
Chase National Bank, $125,000,000
National Bank of Commer?a, $190.
That the Mutual Life and Equitable
' iitin,,?-., on third i.h??. fourth . oliimn
This Morning's Sews
XaOCAZa. rage
Sff inio.ooo ?n Titanh- ?'lniina. 1
?vfciti Rushe* to Aid Fox. 1
Bocksr 4M Aoeasss Curraa. t
Police light ??ill Strikers. 3
Y?!k?rs Strike May Kn?l To-?1ay. 3
Bsard tnders Castro Dsportsd. ?
Wives Cos tient Husosada. 7
Tb? N??al Sails To-day. 9
Knights o? I'olumbua Hear Mayor ... ?
*?a>er Hun?? Raffle from Call.10
Woman Strangled. ? 'ompaiiiuri -Md.. 10
?t '??Ida on Change Reforms.18
?an,i;m Passengers Here. 18
'':r?rt'??n u, Take Strike Yot?.18
Marshy ftsrwiolles Sulzer and Scott. . 8
?? Btaada <>n Pani< Warning. , ? . 6
olerade Woman to Pora Party. 7
sea Rockefeller Testifying., 1
Perkiaa Admita Peril la "Money Trost" l
Bit* Tim' Sullivan Tears Poison. 1
T. k?-t iiffi,?. Randit Taught. 1
Reports on Hydrs-Blsstrl? Power.. 5
Hej Bad Law*a Delays. 5
?ondemns Mouse Sugar Tactics. 8
????riMt,., tvarreo'e Ossapany Accused.. 8
Val? ' ' I*i ?m, ' ??his Shocking".18
Home Kul? Kill ii, I'inal Stage. 4
Sma Dr-ath In Sight of Port. 4
Balkan Allies Strong for Kmpire. 4
Auny and Navy. I
**?:,:ts 8 f?r Women. 7
i:?1itorlal . g
lv . 8
Maate . f
OMtnai i . f
leather .XO
?I Ipplng . io
".?or?*, .10, 11, 18 s i,d 13
FlBsaelal and Markets-1?, IB and 16
R?al Eatata .18 and IT
rockefeller ca?t
Talk, says his son
In First Statement Any of Family Has Made
William G. Says He Will Oppose
Having Father Testify.
[By 'l'elerratih to The Trimme. I 1
Palm Reach, Fla., Jim. I."?.?On in?
formation coming to "William Rocke?
feller to-night that Dr. Richardson,
who examine?? him in Miami for the
Pttjo commltt<!?\ had reported that his
condition was even more serious than
Mr. Rockefeller's jt-ersonal physi-lan**
had indi'-atcd, his son. William t?.
Rockefeller. gn\e out the first state?
ment he has made here in the case. He
"Physicians had differed in their
statements to us of father's condition.
1!? knew that on? of hi? vocal cords
?was seriously ?ffet?ted. "Wo had not
been told until this report that the
cord was destroyed. We knew, how?
ever, that he was a si? K man
"There had (MSB lOBM Insinuations
that my father was trvn.jf to run away
from the committee. Of course, that
Is not so, and we are, of cour??-, grati?
fied to hH\e the committee's own physi?
cian report to the committee and the
?public that his condition is as he has
"Dr. Richardson, of course, said no
! word to us of what his report would
I be. and we did not ask him."
In the event of Mr. Pujo and Mr. I'n
| U noyer -coming here to take hia
father's deposition, Mi. Ro? k of el 1er
.?aid he would make what opposition he
"As a son having a sick ?father, I
could not assume any other position."
he sai?l "I do not believe father could
talk for two hours. He cannot carry
? ? n an ordinary conversation. His VOtCA
t,,lckens, so lio luis tu stop in a ttsW
minutes. This is not a court procccd
ii.g. and I do not l.elievc ?the committee
enn require him to testify iimler th?
? IrcuniatBBceg."
"IlBVfl \<>ii taken lcyal ad?"i?e in the
natter?" Mr. Rockefeller was BShsd,
"No,?' h?* te|.|i??,|, "not on thi?? point.
! tit I shall refer it right a-? ay t?? OUT
?niinr"?l In Mew York. I .l??n't believe
there is any precedent for su?h a ?ase.
I don't believe he can be made to t??s
tif>, and. as 1 said, we shall certainly
oppose htg (?oihc s?? We r-?insider it too
dangerous. While we hope he will riot
lose his voice altogether, we don't be?
ll ?*_? r his condition Will itnpro\c."
Certificate Declaring "Big Tim"
Insane Says He Believed
His Enemies Were
"Doping" Him.
Record in the New York Repre?
sentative's Case Held Secret
Until Shown to a Tribune
Reporter by Gov?
ernor's Direction.
I By Te!-*r.*vti to The Tribun?? l
Albany, Jan. 15.?Py dlre?tion of
Oovernor Sclzer, the State Hospital
Commission permitted I Tribun.*, re?
porter to-dsy t<> see the ?atttlflcati
utubr which Representative Timothy
n. Sullivan, of ???,? York City, was
committed to an institution for th?- in?
sane. .
The i"ertifi.ate con ta toed little of a
persons! or confidential nature, but It
did cOfTOCt some false impressions as
to the character of "Big Tim" Sulli?
van? mental trouble. There wag noth?
ing !n it to show that he was suffer?
ing from n rellgio?is mama, as had
?been frequently reported.
Mr. Sullivan was examined as to his
sanity by Dis. John K. Herrity and
William R. Prit'hard, of New V??rk.
?During the examination, they said, he
insisted on the conversation being car?
ried on in whispers. He seemed to be
subject to forebodings of evil, declar?
ing in a whisper that the room was full
of telephones and dictagraphs. He
feared he was being "doped" by his
enemies, and that poison was being put
in his food and drink and was being
"pushed into the atmosphere of the
room." He also declared that his rela?
tives were being "doped." The certifi?
cate added:
Beginning In April latt, the gUeged In?
competent has mown many change?- in
cot.dltlun. speech and lial'it?. lie ha?? been
subject tO periods Of d?*?l Ondency and
gteat ?*x??!tetnent. with ideas Of persecu?
tion and censpirsey, alleging that his food
la poisoned and that hi.? enemies were
Irving ti? hat in him In many ways. He
repeatedly ttir?*at?-ne?l Bill? i*!??, Mid has at
?im?-? threatened riotoateg to others, n??
has slept \t-iy littl* and !'?si weight and
Trouble Began in March.
Ti e earliest symptom of insanil>. the
physi? ?an said. w??s in Mardi last, wh>-n
Mr. Sullivan shosved .signs of ?Musions
and hallu. ?nations, and repeatedly re?
fused food because of tear of poison.
?They reported that he never used to?
bacco, liquor or drugs in his life.
''The two examining physicians." the
Certificate says, "state that Mr. Sulli?
van's mental condition is such that per
| sonal ser.iie would greatly aggravate
hin malady and seriously J??opatdize his
re? ovei > ."
This ?B regar.lid as indicating that
there ig gOSne chance of the Repre?
sentative recovering from bis ailment
-Of his physical condition, the ? ertlfl
.ate sbv:? hi weighs 198 poiimls and
has a good color, but his he.ut, lungs
? and kldneyg show sfKns- of an organic
Mr. Sullivan is ?BOW at Dr. Hond's
hous??. in rankers The order adjudg?
lug him insane was granted by Just!???
Amend. <?f Xew Yoi k, ?m the petition Of
JLaarrea-ce Mulligan, balf-hrother: Pat
| rick H. Sullivan', brother, and Margare:.
iiick.-.v. half-sister,
The production ??f this cartlflcats i<>
dny was tin* ilrst test of Uovernor Sni?
vel's de?-larailon that all re??ords in
state departments ate 1o be open to the
oublie When a Tribune ?reporter i?sk</?l
T. I-:. M'tlarr. secretary of the Stfit?
Hospi?'l ?'??mmissiori. to gas 11? *- cer?
tificat?. Mr. ."????air suid h?- could no;
allow It tO be seen Hi* attention was
called to this statement mail?* by the
.;., ? i nor t?. ihe m wspn p< r iii.n n few
days after he became ? hl?*f e\c??>iti\e-.
' If you are denied access to any rec
ords in this building ?hereafter come to
me and I'll see that you g?-t them"
Governor Kaepa Pledqa.
"in that case I ?.hall ha\e 1o refer
> ou to the Governor," ?aid Mr. M? t.atr.
and the request Was then made "f ? ?o\
etnor BulsST, I
"'Oil him that you ,,111 188 th.it re - j
ord and that I said so," was th" Uov-'
ernor'i prompt r.?pi>.
In tli?' mean time th. member! 8f the
?late Hospital Commlselon look up the
matter with the ? * i ? i * i Executive, call?
ing his attention t?, what the] consid?
ered the confidential character of the
??ertlfirate .'nul also to flsctlsn IS Of
iio lassait] law, whfcjh, they bold, pro
to t?-<i such popera fr?.m i ?-iiii; made
public This esctlop providse thai 8? ?>
< ?-rtiri',-,te. are not to be made poblk
except by order <>f a tudg?? of a court
<.f re? ??id or b] oenoent of ti,? commis?
The Qovornor t,.ld the .ominission to
Vive us consent, ?aying he did no? be?
n??e snythlnf sf .-? personal ,,r ?onfl
deatlal nature ??.iikh h might contain
\\"iil?l be published.
Smuggled Madonna Stirs Art
World of London.
?? r, ,
London Jsn. In, The smuggling out
sf Italy, ;in?i th?* arrival In London of
the painting euppooed to be the fnmoua
, Raphsel picture, ' La Msdonns della
Quer?a," created ;, oenaatlon in ihr nrt
voriq yeeterday. The painting la to be.
exhibited in -uie ,,r the ?roll liglite?l
halls m the Hotd Cecil, and Invitationi
to view it ,ne lo l,e s'nt to man?. Inter?
ested ),ers,,ns.
The publia" BttOfl of the newa broUftll
h ebower of lettera to the Hot? : ? '? ii
from art lovers anxloua for turner in
f?rmation of the pi, ture and its record,
and from others, Including s?-?ei.ii
Italians, who wanted i<? knon ho? euch
., troasure could be smuggled over the
frontier. Another point raised Ii
whether the Italian government will
at ti-mpt to make any claim on the
picture, and if it floa-s srhat the chan<-es
are of Its being BUOCOSSfUl
Hundreds of application! for prints
Of the painting have been received, hut
none can be satisfied yet It is under?
stood that the owners of the painting
are asking |700.000 for It. The actual
ownership is being preserved as -i
ft-? ret, although it is stated that the
picture is In th?? possession of a s\ n?ll
liite Por the moment, at an?, rate, it
is In ?hiirge <?f the Russian, fnnltri
Tchnernlne, who is making arrange?
inents for the exhibition in mm rait?
' able building.
Sends Hi? Speech Before Gov
ernors to Legislature.
| H> I -le?, ..o?, to Ti ? In! Baa. I
Columbia, s. c, Jan. 15.?Ooverneg
I Blea.-e sent two ?pe?rial messages to
I the Legislature to-ilay. on,- in reply to
? th?- charges of grafting made sgatnst
him last summer by '?'boina? H. Felder,
of Atlanta, Mild Detective William J.
Ruins, and the other in defence of his
?pooch at the Governors' conferenos in
December, In which he expressed ap?
proval <?f lynching negroes who assault
white women,
in this msssage be aays:
So mm a bar bsSB sal?! BBd BO much
has ',e, ii vMiitt-n about the e-peeches
will? i, aere delivered by me before the
Governors' conference, ami such coward?
ly, Infamous and foul editorials in, \e
'been heralded throughout ihla country
by various newspsptrs, thai i desire to
MubmU to you ?sscttj what I aald, in
ordei that vou ami the people of South
Carolina msy ese that there "as abso?
? lutely nothlm caul b) ma ?>n thai ,,. ??,
I aion in r?f?ren?a t?, lynch law, ex-,?.|>t
| what i base .?an! all ovei South Carolina
! time anil tin,?- again, and i have never
; ?ai?, it in South Carolina that l <ll?l n?>t
ment with round sftei round >.f applause
1 from the i.i-st people of my state.
' cars nothing foi the crfticlams of Cu?
bans, mixed-biee,!-. negroei or negro
lovers. However. I want lh>- ,l?*ient ele
ment ?if South Carolina to aso arhal i
Haiti and to let them pass judgment for
themselves. Kurthsratore, i want it to
be minie a BOII Of the political history of
i m?' Mate, for I am prood Of the views I
Chicago, ?lea. >?? ?Approxtaaately HI.?
t)h\att ?*???' speni Is "Chicago by lJtat\tM
conventlOfl visitors .lining NU, an average
Of about f-fsaeh Matior._
cne?1 watei for ?a Ii?-?? and children. -AuM
-ASK 16,00010 FOR
Mrs. Henry B. Harris Demands
White Star Line Pa^ $1,000,
1 000 for Husband's Death
in Disaster.
No Demands Made by Heirs of
Astor, Hays, Straus or Wide
ner?Mrs. C. M. D. Cardc
za's Finery Valued at
In the -JTO claims thu.s far filed With
Alexander (lilchrist, Inited Staf?.-i
*<*omml.ssioner. compensation aggregat?
ing marly !*??',Oikmi?00 js anight from
the Orcani.? St??am Navigation Com?
pany, known as the White Star I.lne.
by ?persona who assert th?y ha v.? sus?
tained ?damages through ths ?toas <>f
Mb, health and proper* ?? |n ||,r Tit;mi.?
digaater Th?* time f?r BUng dalma
??r?es n-.t expire until Februar] M
Th?- ?heaviest claim thug far fil? d |g
that r?f Mrs. Iren?? Walla? h Harris,
widow of Henry M. .'larris, the thtat
ri?ai mansger, irho demands 91 000,000
f??r the log! of her husbands lif. . |5c
Sldes tills. Mi.". Ham? seeks the ve
i nv. rj of SI ?'?-jr., as Ihe value nf h^r
hosbaad'g liaggagW. .?nd $27,700 for her
own ptraonal praperty, among whl?*ti
Ihers was a st.ing of psBrli rallied at
Soap at $1 a Cske.
Mr.- i'h..T?''s D M <\'ir?l<v.a of I >i - .
mantown, Penn? bas put m the highest ?
ris m for l??ss of personal property thus
far on re.or?! She demands $177.
3*1*276 f??r gown*--, ?".?-?arinc apparel
?? ? ? '.r\ aii<l u.anv other thill?.-*, ?mi
Mad "i. taralre typewritten pages,
ai ll? 1' slio'v :?ik if ?ndiv IdOal
v alii?
This list si'??*.?.*- t.ea.lv .tirMMV? in
?re-vi.?? mirrhasrd shroad and in Ifes
York ami Ptilla?elphia. There Is a
rhiachllls .-oat with Irish in? ??. ?/slued
at .t?;,?S)?\ and n"t far H???-n tlM list
appear in?' < ake* ?if v?era violett.-. eoep
.1' ?1 ?a?li Slid en?* ,n1-r .?f s?,1|i
i?;r? ,?ei at *1 75. Mrs. ?'ai?Wa'n hat
pins, ie.?t ?\ith ti?? Titanic, were **a?tued
at nearly *U"0. she says, snd she bs?l
M rnirs e?f rb"'.? ffltted at more than
*-.?"??' and 4'-' handketrhle?/s, $1.98
lie?- lingerie lis? eh.iv? ?? ?-r??.it !? HtS of
?some of the meal famous Paris Rima.
Whi??- end pink knickers. ? allied at ?<?7
to ??_? ? a p.?ir. *orsel ? ovar . com?
lions and ?atheT lingerie, described eg
eiiii.roidT'-i with wreaths ?'nd butter?
The lewelrj leal bj heron the Tttante
tn?ctuded ? piafe diamond, ?ratu?*?- ???
130,000 I -Mmdant $18,000, and a ring
with .? Runnah ruby and two dig
monda, i aim d at 114,000
$300.000 for Lost of Husband.
TlM se? ond highest .;?itii pul in for
th? hi? of a huaband Is made tn Urn
May Fntrii!?'. widow of Jarquee Fu
trelk Sh.? demands ?9800,000 for the
1ms? ..f tl." iio'.clist .?nd lays ?latin tO
vi 7?M .'??i for hli baggage and >i
::7st;?i tot her personal property.
The larges! item in ii.-r own Inventory
is a etrlnti Of pearls, ?rallied ;.' 12.000,
?nd two of her huaband'a storiee, val?
ued at $??4?<>. Mr. ruin-llc s trunks <???n
tain??i maahaerlpts and plans for hoohi
Which Mrs. Futrelle \al;i?-s at .?*:'..< ??I?.
No claims sraii put In by the h? its of
,J..hn Jacob Astor, OoorgS |i \\ ni?*n?*r.
Charles M. lla>s or Isidot? Straus.
Marian M L 'I haver, of Philadel?
phia, widow of John it. Thayer, Hied a
claim for 114,910?90, representing the
value of th?. personal pi -open.y carried
by her and bar family, and Lewie
F.^rd Huti. of Augusta, Qa., as execu?
tor for Major Archibald Wllllngham
?' I tu 11. asks for $1,000 daBMgeg for
th?- loss of Major Unit's seven u links.
Among the wiiIii'.vh demanding ?lain?
ages for ti)?- long of tin-ir husbands
hi? the two .?oiiiiK women whose
honeymoons ended with tin* Titanic
disaster, Mary <1. Marvin, of New
fork, asks S_ito.?*??? for !!,?? loss of h.r
husband. Daniel W. Marvin, and
?$21,222 for their personal affecta, an?l
(he widow of l.uclau P. Smith, of
i Huntington, W Va., asks f,.r .??.?."..?N??')
for bis life and $M31 10 for t!i?* trous?
seau an?! other lielonglngg that were
A ' <>mpeiis;?t;?ui ?>f $800,000 Is ???light
i>> mis. Elisabeth C, Caae, of ?Rochas?
ter, N. V . for the death Of her hus?
band. Howard B. ?'ase who. she ??ays,
was ??managing dhraetor ??t' ih?* Vacuum
(?jl ?CotBpany, with a salary of $30l000
a war.
Saved, but Wants Damages.
II. HJorr strom Steffanson, who saved
| himself by swItiimitiK to ?me of the
; lif.-boats, has put in a claim f<?r $108,?
I OSO. his principal loss having been a
painting b) Blondel^ entitled "la clr
?aHsieiuie SU Bain." The Right Hon.
Lucy-Noel Martha. ?'ountess of
Rotlies, of Leslie. Seotlund, seeks the
recovery of $12,4-8 tor personal affecta,
and her mai?l claims damages for $400,
Helen C Pandee, of Washington, de?
clares In her complaint that she was
loned by officers and agents of the
companv to jump from the deck into a
i lifeboat, that she broke h?*r ankle and
I that despile bar injury she was force,1
i to row for several hours. She ?lemands
$10,000 damages.
Kmilio 1'ortaluppl. ?'f Mllford, N. H .
says that he was in the wait, r upward
o? iwo hours, suffering pain of body
In Exciting Chase Boston Police Capture Man
Believed to Have Held Up Railroad
Ticket Offices Here and Elsewhere.
Hos (on, Jan. ltL-TbS lone bandit who
has held up half a dozen railroad ticket
office? In New York and Pennsylvania
during the last month was captured in
this city to-day. the poli? e. . believe,
when William J. Clayton, a young six
fOOter, was arrested after g sensational
?hase following an attempted daylight
A diary found in one of Clgyton'8
P?? kets gave what the police believe to
i>e a list of railroad ticket ofllc? rob?
beries, with the amounts which each
net toil. Tii, list follows-.
Dec. 17?New York, Wells- Fargo,
Dec. 23?Buffalo. Grand Trunk, $327.
Jan. 2?New York, Erie. $360.
Jan. 10?Philadelphia Erie. $300.
Jan. 11?Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Roch?
ester <5 Pittsburgh, $.?4.
Jan. 14?Philadelphia, Southern Pa?
cific, $127.
Th" total of. th" stimr mentioned is
fl.6681 'I'll0 police found $_f) in cast
an.I mom than $1,1)00 in YvYlls-Fargo
iiv ttr', ..rders in Clayton's possession.
The attempted robbery here occurred
at the ttchei ofTu'.'s of the Boston ?**
Maine Railroad, in Wsshlngton street,
this afternoon, when a man who hal
Jusf purchased a tk'hst for PltteMd |
suddenly pointed a revolver at Oeorg
Hachar, the cashier, and ordered hin
to give up all the money he had. A
Hachar eras slow in complying, th
stranger flourished the revolver am
ordered every person In the office to gc
into n. corner.
All complied except George Tlt^omh
a railroad ticket agent, who had Jus
entered. The bandit vaulted over th'
?ounter to secure the contents of tin
cash drawer, when he saw Titcoml
rush out the door. Instantly the ban
dit went over tho counter again, with
o*ut scouring any money, and dashe,
into the street, with the office fore?
after him.
Then followed a chase through ihr
busiest streets of the city, the police?
men who joined th? pursuers not dar?
ing to tire at the fugitive because of
th? ero erde.
Thinking, apparently, that he had
not been seen, the man bolte?l Into a
? Summer street barber shop. He had
? lust ordered "a shave in a hurry,''
i after throwing his overcoat and hat
to one side, when a policeman entered
and demanded his surrender.
The stranger offered ho resistance.
H? is apparently about twenty-two
I ears old.
and agony of mind. He also lost ai
painting "f Garibaldi, signed by the
old patriot hlmaelf an?i \aiu.-d ai .5.".,
iHH). mi-. Portaluppl aeeha the recov?
en at |4-?*90.
Mr-. Lilly Millet, of New York.
trido? of Frank I >. Milkt, the painter,
, laiiu.? flO0*O00 f,,r the kNN Of her hus?
band, and the MUm amount Is de
manded by the aldowa of William B.
>3llvey, <?f 1?ninth, Minn.; of John Brad?
ley i'uniming?. of No. BO Rast tilth
?ti.?t. ,,n,i ?,f Edward i.iffoni Crosby,
,,i Mllwsukes.
B.allot Unanimous, Woman
Leader Says After Meeting.
Htm BUsabetta Qurlsy Plynn an
noanred early tins morning] thai two
thousand members of His International
Hotel Workers' 1'nion gathered in Bry?
ant Hall had voted unanimous!y to de
tdaro 11 Re?,era! strike. *
sin- explained thai two thousand
other members who ?rere employed at
mcbt. and wem not then m fhe hail
would rote ' -
The question as to whether or not a!
zi nersl etrlke would 1.lied. I
P*|ynn ddded, depended entire!] on th??
vntee of the to .t tho 11 end union mem?
bers, j
AH the 1,'irc? hotels were prepsrod
? night for an- possible hostilities
following Ihe mam meeting held bj
th.' hotel WOlliei ' -hike leaders, at
Bryant Hall. The house detectlvs of
of the promlnenl hotels said the
m?nagement had laid in a stock of
? lube snd hsd the kind of men on
hand Who knew how to use them.
"Wl ?i)"1' not. looking for (rouble," h"
?aid, "im you never can tell; If any of
them ?OB ?oiu,- around to-iii,,irow
morning end trj an] funny business!
as a resull of their Mr. k: tor's ora?
tory therstl be eome cracked beads."
Btmllsr preparatlona were taken by
many of the managers of the Isrger
1.. 1, ri,. too, hsd a Bupply of
chiba and forcea ??f club wiehh-rs on
Beats Dr. Wo%elfkin and Mr.
Brooks on Pocantico Links.
John r>. Rockefeller took three more
s. alps on the links at Pocantico Hills
ymtsrdsy. His victims were the Ke\.
Dr. CornsllUl tVoelfkln. pastor of the
Fifth Avenue Baptist Church; ih?> Rev.
Arthur T, Brooks, pastor of the Baptist
Church h? re. an?l Robert A. I'attison.
presldenl ": Ihe Tarrytoam National
Hank ami the local Young Men s I'lulg
iiiin Jlmni Istlon.
Mr. Rochsfellsi was In tine form and
beat the pastora bsdly, At ths Bfteenth
bole his ?core was 72. Mr, Fattlaoa
was BSTOnd With 7?. and the two
, lerg men were ti??i ?it BO,
It was Dr. Woolf kin's tirst game at
PocantlCO HIllB. Mr. Rockefeller said
he was sorry to bent the pastors, but
"old fellows" could not raped to be la
th?- sain,- class with young ones like
Widower and Widow Found Life
Lonely in Brooklyn.
The Mania*;.' LtCSDM BUTOSU la
Brooklyn yeeterday had two blushing
flatten who oonfssssd that, though
seventy or more, th?-? were anxious to
marry. Henry Kuhn, s widower, ?ev?
ent? yean old* of No. 1888 Hancock
atmet, was the bridegroom-elect He
was accompanied bj his brida-to?bs,
Mi?. Julia H?hmldt, seventy-tw?-, yeara
old, who owns her own home at No.
17ja BcbaefCr street.
The license for these "youiigateia"
had hardly been issue,I when John
.Munford. seventy years old, of No. PRIT
Kni? kerbocker avenue, with Mary Dee,
,'orty-six years old. asked for a license.
The clerks at the bureau said that two
?sptuagsnarlans In a ?ia> was a record.
Kiii. ?i quellt) s iii.ir ,'nrn from I h?- gut
rlens of Maine. Acker, Meirall ?. Oondlt Co.
Famous English Society No
Longer Bars Fair Sex.
[By ??Rbl?? ??? Tho Trlh'ine. 1
London, Jan. 1?*.?An Important
milestone tow .id ' the recognition of
women's darings was passed yesterday
at a meeting held by the fellows of the
R?iyal i'eographlcnl Society, when it
?l??i?led ?that in'th?* future women
would he eligible as fellows of the so
. Kty.
Father Falls Dead at Sight of
Missing Offspring.
Fnid. ?<k!a., Jan. 1"?. -Joy killed .1. U.
nalders, sixty years old, of Greenville,
K>., here to-day. He fell dead when he
saw? a son who left home severel yearg
sgo and for whom he hsd been seeth?
The boy> mother dreamed he was In
?Oklahoma and sent her husband to
ngake a sear? li. Young Raiders left for
Kentucky with hit-? father's body.
Believed to Mean His Appoint?
ment as Governor General.
' ? Itglsg ape. la Thg Trtamw I
Trent?,p. x. j. .lap. 1.".?President?
elect Wilson said to-night that ?he hud
itivited Colonel ?'oorge \V. ?Joethals,
i he -Panama ?'anal builder, to confer
with him on Friday at his office here.
The Pvestdent -elect's announcement
that he would confer with Colonel
?Qoethali is believed to lie an indication
that lu? will name him as Governor
fJencral of the Canal /.?.ne after his
President Taft sent Colonel Coethals's
name to the Senate for confirmation as
?Governor General, but withdrew it
when Senator Brandege'e Informed him
that the Democratic Senators intended
to block t ontirmatton. At the time
Governor Wilson hotly denied that the
?Democratic Senators were acting in
a cordance with his wishes.
So Beautiful, Too, That Bandits
Take Them from Her.
[By 'l>l'-Rtaph !o The Tribune |
''n?.? Ini.ati, Jan. 15. ? Held up. ?hloio
formed, ? set of fnlaa teeth extracted
from bet* mouth, and then left lying
on the Hour of g dark hallway by two
masked highwaymen, was the experi
enge Of Mrs Hornea Kamp, early this
Mrs. Kau.ii iiad been visiting a
neighbor and wnen she enter?*?i the
hallway of her home she was set upon
by the highwaymen, why they took
her teeth, she cannot explain, saying
that perhaps it was because they were
raltted at $;<?."> and the highwaymen no?
ticed their beauty.
She gays she will forgive the robbers
If tiny will only bring back the teeth,
t.. ?nable her to eat.
Former Eleanor Robson Es?
capes Harm in Auto Crash.
Mis. August Belmont, who before
lui* marriage was Eleanor liobson,
the actress, liad a narrow escape, from
serious injur> yesterday, when an au?
tomobile in whl.h she was riding was
.struck by a Fourth avenue car be?
tween 10th and 11th streets. The im?
pact threw the Belmont automobile
directly In the path of a southbound
car. causing the machine to become
wedged between the two surface cars.
Beyond a severe shaking up, Mrs.
Belmont was not Injured. She could
not get out of the wrecked car, how?
ever, until the two streetcars hsd
ba<ked away. She went Into a depart?
ment store OB the corner and waited
there' until a friend of her husband's
came for her in another automobile.
125,000 ?0 KEEP
Fear That Policeman Indicted
on Sipp's Testimony Will
"Squeal" Stirs "Men Higher
lip" and Tammanyites.
Whitman Obtains Evidence to
Corroborate Charges Made
Against Vice Graft Ring by
Former Keeper of Re?
sort in Harlem.
District Attorney's Inquiry Confirms
Tribune's Exposure of Desperate
Effort to Bribe Sipp with
$1,000 and Again Impli?
cates Police Official.
The maze of complex double ?-rose
ara ft cat lied <?n by the Tammanylzed
police ring of Harlem in handling vire,
gambling and excise in that territory
?as straightened out to a considerable)
degree yesterday with the actual arrest
and arraignment of Eugene A. Fox, the
patrolman accused by George A. Plpp
of being one of the system's collectors.
Out of the oompIWaliona of the Sipp.
Fox case District Attorney Whitman
had in hand after his work yesterday
a su nmarized situation embracing aub
?tantially these facts:.
Twentv-eight h?tela in Harlem aro
and have been paying police protec?
tion at the rate of $100 a month.
Between forty and fifty flats and
apartments in the ?ame territory
have been paying police protection at
the rate of $75 a month.
More than a acere of furniahed
room houses have been paying from
$25 to $50 a month.
The "ring" which has been collect?
ing this graft tell for yeara busied
? itself laat night gathering a defencs
fund of $25,000 for Fox?in a last des?
perate effort to atave off wreck from
the disclosures he might make if hs
decided ha had been deserted snd wit
to bs made the "scapegoat."
Inspectors in Fear.
Sipp, as owner of the Baltic Hotel?
had appealed to Captain Thomas W.
Walsh on many occasions to have hi?
$100 a month assessment reduc.d.
Sipp was told that his assessment
was part of a "system" and it wag
.?-possible to reduce it.
Back of Walsh, whose responsibil?
ity for conditions was apparently
recognized by Commiesioner Waldo
when he recently transferred him to
Staten Island, two and orabably
three police inspectors are trembling
in fear of the disclosures which they
know S pp can make and which they
fear he has already made to the Ois?
trist Attorney, and back of at least
one of those inspectors stands one of
the highest civilian administrative
officials of the department.
In the same category one of Tarn?
many's well known leaders snd s
group of hia '?eutenante ere awaiting
the outcoming results of the fight
started by Sipp, fearing that the po?
lice officials implicated, If pushed to
the last ditch, will reveal the political
ring behind the police ring to save
Apart from these specific ?barges of
graft, an outline of which, it was be?
lieved, had already been given to the
extraordinary grand Jury, it was
learned yesterday that Mr. Whitman
had gathered up six witnesses who, be?
cause of poli? e rapacity or "double
crossing," were ready to corroborate
the startling story told by the Rippe
and could also add convincing evldenco
as to the participation In graft by po?
lice officials and Tammany politicians
not so far publicly named by Sipp.
Whitman Explains Secrecy.
When Mr Whitman was asked laat
nlKht why he had not put these wlt
nes-s.-s before the grand jury that in?
dicted Fox he replied, that for the Fox
Indictment nothing more was needed
than the testimony of Sipp and his son.
and that he did not purpose to permit
the names of his additional Harlem
:,'raft witnesses to become public now
for tear of police Intimidation auch ae
characterized the vicious attack upo'i
It is known the District Attorney
BOW has corroborative evidence ta?
prove that Captain Walsh and Sipp
?iml their two families were socially
intimate and that the 1100 a month
graft assessment paid by Sipp was a
matter of frequent j??king conversation
between the two men.
In spite of the heated denials from
police officials that Fox Intends to
"give up." it Is i fact that Fox. with hi*
counsel, Louis J. Grant, sought out
Mr. Whitman yesterday before Fox
was arraigned. Fox wanted to tail
to the DIstHCt Attorney.
Grant did not deny that Fox waa
preparing to give information to Mr,
Whitman. When the direct question
was put up to him, his only reply was:
"I don't care to be quoted one way or
Bearing on the same point, and In?
dicating also that the tremendous r.ratl
of graft by big officials of the Police
Department is close to the point of ex?
posure, the District Attorney's words
In court when the question of the

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