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Sribtt?tf N? 24,274. To dsi ?nd pesheM) lei-iiiiirreiw . fair and . ,,nl ? on. il wann. I iglil veinel?. NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 2, L913-?SIXTEEN PAGES. I? I? l/l' /.VI' Oll^'?'T1'!1 la t llj-of New Vori?. Jer?e.vCltr?nd Hob"kea lili fci ll.>l'j l leA I ELSEWHERE TWO CEETS. Wilson Informs California Gov? ernor Webb Anti-Alien Bill Wiil Mean Supreme Court Appeal. BRYAN CHANGES HIS VIEWS Takes Ground That Webb Measure Does Not Involve Conflict with Pact, but John Bassett Moore Favors Careful Study. - Wash ngtoi Ms i I h Pi tlcallj decided ? ull > >' auggcMioii?- and infurraation reccivt ! from Secretar?.' Bryan in Sacramento .i-T-? of ad? Ice from John Ba y ? i ? IlOI lor Hic ?.. of But? and now a?1mjc Secretar) of Btati of the l niled ! stau? government with respect to formal protest of Jsps t the| I iial Ion i- nding in ' i ? " the issue of w hi thei I Webl ? violation of th( ;i. ..i. ' of It'll lusl ivlng Washingl trip through Ne*? Jera? to da*, Presiden! tVilron sent what prob? ab'*- will dire? i word on Hh pro> ' mis -i'1- n Ian I lag law. It ws im? - lo Goven i John? son - - - ' th? \\ ? i-i? bill, 1 . ..rii' plans I Leg li to-morrou "would involve an ap? peal to tHe courts on the question of h-Saty rights and bring on what might be long and delicate litigation." ?i. . ed ii ? ould be ? xtp ;>.? Ij grateful for . suggest ns 1 it a ould avoid 'he * "ii in? ntl . me .? ft? r thl Presl d<r' I left ( Whh Regard Webb Bill a? Offensive. \ ? ? lence Is maintain? d. Il n '.'lain 1 i?. no announc? m - im <'i s<? ? Th?- Japanese Eml equally although i |i nerall.v undei - ? in official ein the Webb .- r'lf d ;li? ? -, r*\ ".us dl .f proponed leg TI t the Ja] menta fr?'i)i California "f I e land holdings of Japanese sub . . in-., l- the- unofficial du- : mod to demonstrate the Inslgniflcanl ? inl I d held bj ih< Japanese In f? ? ed ii i statist flg res lakes from laal year's reporl ; reau of Labor Si i t - showing thai In March last the- Japanese ??'.Mied onlj -".-">l f<?rni* In fornla, of ? ? of 12,720, ? - |ual an? -f" n tn of 'he ai ;. ? of Columb ti's shww that th? Japanese hold ? reaeed oi 1,000 ?? fiom 1011 to 1912. Thrr-1 facts nr<- expected to hp ?n ?- '??i Into Um 'r - ? ?tions bet wee i America and Japan which will follow Be? r'tary Bryan's r?";rn to the cap? ital. Telegrama fr-rn Mr. Bryan received a? th- White Hcu."- indicate a chi of ba?p on his part He* now iak? - ground that the* Webb bill, In his opin? ion, docs not involve a violation ?>f the treaty with Japan, ilthough he be? . ? thai point should b< t? it? d n the ?our1.?-. Mr. Moore, .'? recogn authorit.' 'ii International law, Is mure srvatlve in in*, repreeentatloi ( '?ntlnu-xl on -.rennel pnK->. feiurth column. This Mornings Sews. LOCAL Eight Witnessee Against ei Inspecte i Thousands Hear w 11 rwm Warning. l Perk Lands? spe ?vr? Oui. I Wilson spr-aks in Newark.i Paterson Children "i Parad? Here ... 3 Brandomb? rs Keep Lettei . . 3 to ? hasl i ?ii ect< n. B man Hapgood Heads ! 5 t the 1 Llndsej "s Slogan 7 *'<>rk Appeali i" ? "allfoi nia..... 7 '? ?>!' Presiden) Madero Married 9 Kanken Indiff?rent lo McAdoo Plan..lg Roads *v\ant Higher Freight Rat? . 16 !;^iir??a<i Sti Ike Threal ib ? a v? Igwam "Historian".... 16 I Hurt Dl - .16 GENERAL ? liati Stud* "Latent Life". 1 "ii At,' m. l Anti-Allen Bin Up To-Day.. ? w i ine-n Urge Death of Negro.. 4 ?? i ai n- Senators Break Tariff I. 4 "a.-!' ganiss Congr? i < om? '? ? .4 American 1 Meet .4 Mellen to Explain New Haven Deals., 4 v\ .)?? r !',,'v?. ? 7 ...-.?i Leglalal n s si War.... 7 ro?Eio? ' m ipe i to v si ? Wai. 5 Militant Machiner) i?i located. 6 Pricei al Ari Sak. 6 MISCELLANEOUS fui \\ omen . 6 Arm) end Navy. 7 ?kipping . 7 "',. < .i i her . 7 I r'dlt<.ri;, | . g g . 9 Obltusrj . 9 *r'"r,s. io and n Financial tnd Markets.... 11, It and 13 ^s's'? . 14 and i?5 BIG TAXPAYERS PROMPT More than $10,000,000 Turne In on First Day for Bills. More thai I1O.O00.000 In tax?? w? received yesterday, which was the Bn this year for ih?- p.r mom (.f th?* srm annual tas bills according to an rsi mat? made b) th? Tas Bun au <<f th Finance Departmenl A deposit ol ?**?? OOO.OOO aas madi si noon, and el o'clo K f 1,000,000 more was turned i 1" the National Cltj Bank, which ke| open for the purpose. The amount it < rivo?! in tin- branch offices in theothi boroughs was estimated. Last yea lesa than 15,000,000 was received o the flrsl <la>. Although onlj taxes fe-i tho first hal of n'I.'? wer? du? ? lei da ?, 1 hi 11 provides for a dlscounl "f 'J i"-r ?eut u i ? lax? B ! T the s. . "lid half "f Ih year if paid at Uns uni''. Man; "f Ih large taxpayers i""k advantage <>f ihi provision and paid the bills for tho en .i Some "f them were: Inter gh Rapid Traf ii ?'.'Hipan.*. Si, ?Jim m n to. w'iiham Waldorf Astoi Londi n. |Ti7.\000; Standard < 'il ? "om ?.?_?:??i.???m. ? icorg? Ehn t. fcMO.OOl the w end? i estate, *24O.O0H YALE SENIORS REFUSE TO HIDE THEIR CALVE! Class Appears in Chapel Clad ii Knickerbockers and Uni? versity Is Envious. ? i . r.. , ? .--.. New H.evon Ma) 1 Th< , ? ? ? et a new fash i??n In trous? r. Th* * hav< adopte* Uni. k< il.". k.J.*. and the fad has mad' such a pleasing Impression thai thi adoption of I ?efore th< ? ollege i<-i f Nie nsion i'> the oth< i Tin seniors who quietl) decided upoi ? ..?. .i ...n ga \ ? t in Ii "t d? r i" th? ii tailors, and v. thou! warning appearei in ' li.'i" l this morning dad In knlcki r I ickers. The other classes hastened t< ? i . ongratulatlons !>? thi i ion? ? i - ? Informal i ? rml ision hai been given lo tb( Juniors lo u?ai "knicken but th? freshmen have beer forbiddi n i" ;.pi"-.n !? I hi m The seniors will discard the "knlek< eri during ihr' commencement week , \i ??? 1st s. a hen thi ? ?l"n the dlgi moi tu i.I cai snd gowi SAW SOUL DEPARTING. SAYS MONTCLAIR WOMAN Spirit Passing from Deathbed Had Wings Like Those o? a Butterfly. Montclalr, N J . Ms i Urs David II Baldwin, of No 7 1 < In tefBtMl ? '. told tO-da) Ol -?n e xpo' ? h. she bell a soul as it tool ii ??'" th? bodj ? t s <i' in?: i ? rson It \\ ai ti? di ith of . Baldwin's father-in I a Nathan i i Balda In, i ? i ? I old ? -.;: v ? ]?. r i ?!? . M l: ilda m died ;ii th? home ol his son ftei s rhort Illness from acute indigestion. i ? ?vai ;?]." '.i So'? lo? k In th? i.n . thai ihe episode o irred Mrs n ;i room adjoin i ni th ' ..f i; ?? sick men, a hen * he heard .i fath? i '-"in and hurried to Hi<- patient's bedside The age ?I man appeared to I. i" in asked ,f shi i ould ? look? -i al Ih? man. w h<? did not ansa er, hl ? ? ? and h? ga ? g? ntl? ? Igh. At thai momenl a? i ording lo Mi Baldwin, Hier*, rosi from the lips ??f the man s ?lisiin-i and well defined shape. The form ws that <>f Iwo large ? fool In h iiRih Mrs. Baldwin laid thi wingi resembled ? butt? rflv. Tl.. ..- m. d un? to any othei i| i - tarily, Mn Baldwin said, she reached ? to grasp the apparition, which roae toward the i elling of the i-??"m. As she ?lid so, however, she turned to look at Mr Baldwin, for sip- Immedl ate] fell I al h( a as dj Ing His ap? pearance confirmed this Impression, but v h. n si"- look? ?i i"i the sppai Itlon It had vanished. TROTLESS FOLIES FAILS Restaurant Men Blame Mayor's Edict for Trouble This Time. A i" liiion In bankrupt? y wai Hit d against the folies Bergen n i Laurent, Broadwaj snd iTth su.. i, owned bj lh< Ma? on Hotel and Res? laurant Compan: . by Wat? i man ?v <?'.. creditori foi t43a Chai I? Bi bollen? berger, $3,500, and Julius E. Siegel >?>'."?? >. < louns? i foi the pe titlonei ? s.e,.i th-.it Ihe liabilities were $?!i,00O, of which .? largi par: a is s> ? ur< d Th< sssjfets, he said, were about $5,000. .1 ids? Hasel sppointed J < ? i ? i ? B. Usrtwrlght receiver, under bond <>f f.,000, with authority \n continue busineas ten '.'?? The Mayor's "turkey Irot ' edict was u?\? n as ih<- reason for the faiiur?-. ? >n Ma) 30 ii.i ' ir th? restaurant went loto bs nkrupt? j, on I ht ground thai ih<- Titanic n a?, -j.. had robtx -1 it ol lrad( ? The pi? si nt Folk .*? su ? ?< eded I he Parisian caf? chantant In what Is now the Fulton Th< etn MORGAN ART* BILL PASSES Exempted from Tax if Given to Any City in State. v Iban;. M.?* i i'?ni? r thi ? irmrod bill, past ed b the P?nate to-night the Morgan art colk etk n would be i \ empted from the state Inheritance tax, provided ih?- collection is turnad ovei ? in ,i municipal corp? ration <>f th? stat< i< r educational, scientific, literary, li brar) or historical purpoaes" b) the heirs w Ithln two > ears, Provision would al?<> ??? mad? thai U auch las has been paid the amount Khali ?"? refunded proi Ided ?? 'ian if? i (,( the propert) Is made- t<? such cor? poratlon within the time specified o GREAT BEAR SPRING WATER. (id per. a. i o? ? glaaS'SUsspecad bonier?. ?Advi. SCIENTISTS MEAR LIFE'S BORDE Johns Hopkins Professors R store Vital Spark Long Afte Animation Has Ceased and Subject Is Frozen. MAY AFFECT HUMANITY. TC Recent Experiments She Latent Existence Be? tween Seeming Death and Actual Dis? solution. B f. l?araph to ITm I i iltlmore Ifaj 2. Kr? i ni Investi! lions In tii? histologl? si snd psj1 holoi ?;ii Is borst oriee of the Johns Hophl Medlcsl Bchool strongly Indicste third stste, Intermed?ete between l ..nd desth, which epparentlj romprls th? principles of both. '('in is? i thsl life m srioui ?< man) organisms msy be suspended ' freezing In liquid sir snd b oth ' and the possibility of resu ? iiatinr thesi ?????;.-?n? mi sfter l pi rs ..( m v-f i ,-?! w.. k .?? t>\ -t, moni Its, gl i color '" ; he thson recentl? d i hsl " ms '" . I ble !?> i ? sui 'i ? I ,.i,iu? 8 ..ti end ti uompanlom . s ho ?? er? frox? n on Ih? return from th? Boul i Pole. Tin l*e i: :i : IstC kti-.vv n SS ' IStCI : f? m ?? hi? liti" organ , havii ? \ erj appi srsn? e ol bt Ini igaln msnlf? si * Itsl chsrs i. -? tics Bsctei Is ';" ' ? plsi ori mlsi ? ? resietlng condition Ihsl tend to d? H Bacteria of vsrkius dlsess? ar. the lei en et a I ?if liquid sil o ?"?'??? ????..?iees Kahr? nh? I The) ?1" not die, ii? ? ruh. bul .-iirvtv ? xtretneli drsstl? 1res retain th? teriatl? s Pe'/ived Aite?- Freeim-t rhen ere instance! where such coll ti '? ?? ss fi offi snd load ?nail - .id th? ?-?:?- this 1 ng pro? .... i .... ? ? | int. si in- b can be Is ken oui and j el ?? |.<*inK ' than ed ?oui '?. ?. k? revive moi t sctlv? I . ire t??-rf.rti? r.oi me I wh< frig? rsi h -? -..?i i i- ? ..rK-. eqoug to hold on? snlmsl, 'l lie 1st Is II '? u it h liquid sli el .i ? ? rtsln le hip? r.i i h . iml sftei i hoi i lira? ... : relees v month 1st? ? i . . ng tn., ... often revi? ?fitr ? ompletel;. th? ??expei mad? Ihsl sflei d< sth t? r ? an !?? re ? i?.i. d, bul II '? h< Id thai In . stsn? ? - ? hi i? Uf< to be es tin? i it i ? ? ? ?I und II '> m.i"' l?.r Hi ? ' '?. ,|i ?..?<- ? . \|i< rim. ut v? iir'i ? r th? er< d< lini v ith desth it?-. If oi ?? i'ii latent 11 r?. A itated I on? d< ? ;?' Intel In the worl tl a*arm ded snl mal ' ' ?'i? msn himself, one d Und such <??'? ir? li isi ? of sup on "f \ Itslll s ?i? Ihs .i" . lowei orgai ?reaturee with ni<?r( bluggish snd Ihercf? ' ? asily d< rang? d m< lal. m Henc? Ih? lhc?i i?-... i;. p..i ?. i applii d to I in ? No Action ?.8 in Lifs. Thr interest Ini Inferenci drawn from th? n . ss? i of 1st? m life oi sut snimstion Is Ihst, though Itsl I nol i"- said t'> hav? vanished, el lb? organism during -ill that time la nol i h ki ni? food oxyg? n or wster. it is tn?t ?,'ivmiv oui carbon dioxidi or watei oi ..Un r ? bemi? si r? suits ??f life it Is nol moving of it ? own ?volition, and In ? i ? ??? higher snimsls both the ? -ir.u.?*- ;,t,.i respirstorj sctivitles are In sbeysnee. Bom? Interesting snd successful ef? f,,i ta vv. i. reel tit 1 in.in. i?i i II til. dl , ;,i :-. hool t" i? ' Ive the appsrsntl) ?i? ad hst.t ?i> snln si, ;?s explslnsd b) Dr Alexis Csirel who lectured bsfere the students, n sboul five cases oui of tsn the lu irt ?.f a ? hick< n looh on renew? d energ) severs! hours sftei death Im mediatel) efttr desth th? heart was fi?,/.?-ti ntid |." SI rt ? ?I l-'t- i ii v ,. [? sus? itated b msi ? ag? HOME AND FAMILIES MOVE Tenants Sit Tight as House Is Shifted Several Blocks. Dos? ni of i. -ni? nt ??.(? th?- Rkigi - v ..mi Helghti ??>??? t ,..,i ..f QutM n - Bor? ough, who moved ?/esterdu In the reg? ulstion way, with \;?ns ?and theli el? tendsnl crocker msshsrs, hsard with ? tiv.v hihi longing of iwn families 'ti Rldgewood Heights who siso raov-jd, i. .t did not take s thing out ??f ih? lr home because the ii"in<- moved, loo. It li,i|.|.? ti? I thl vva Andrea Qoetx, ol For?esl svsnue, for? marls ;? deput) sheriff and hotelkeeper, receuUy purchssed ?? iw<> story frsms spsrtment house si No, 300 I r.- ii Pond t.i. snd d? ? i????d to tn?iv .? ,i i.. Cornells streel and Anthon avenue, l?verai blocks ewsy. He hunt? <i up thi l< nsnts Hans Oattmer .'?n?) Mr ?. George Hoffman, who live <?n tin tirsl itini m. mu) doors, respectively, snd whose leases ?i" ti"i expire far sever.?! month:?. Ooets's pleas were futile, s?-> be toM ih?. bouss m?. ? i i<? go ahead, . nd . t.iii.iv the bulldhig was la. Uc.j up -in?! started on Its wsj Oattmer snd III -. Hoffman i < rnaJn?ed si home all ?luv ;.ti?i ssi .it their Windows watching the s?c<ensii ?>, b| sad .smiiitijr *t their less fortgnats neighbors, wim were m... nix In the f? guiar wa>. FOX AND SIPP BAI VICE GRAFT IH Patrolman and Hotelke Baffle Lawyers for Fo Inspectors on Trial for Conspiracy. RESULTS PLEASE WHITfl Testimony of Eight Witnc for State Unshaken by St Cross-Examination?Mn Walsh Tells of Plot to Foil District Attorney. Bight aitnei es ti tifiad against in*-p< - lor Be eeno , Mm the, Hi end Thompson yesterday Whih ?am?* up to the expectations of state, two of them, Howard A. Blpp former Patrolman r.uK? ne A. Fox, ih? ir stories s un au? h ef/i 11, and ? sir,..,i th-- crossfire ??f the able las for ihe ?i? f?*n? ?-? so s ell, thai \>\s Attoi if. Whitman and his s Isi ?l Klrkland Clark, sld st the ? los i he afternoon session !'? ia< tl not ha* e had bett r s itne ? i Blpp told pro? ti? all: th? m ? 11? did b| for? ih ? 'i' ran ?-"mini ii.-.. mber I i, addli % fri ? let of ; he i ? '-. v .?s the bet lei ?it ? h? lold hi itor ?* it bout resei vat though It ? ' imp d him a graftei ? t ta r of mo grafti i e* en some In th? P psrtmi ?" ?? ou I net's ept H t- .... . perhai beat lustrated '?? s replj h* made lo .1 R Btanchfield on en ?? < nal Th iv aft? i he had lold his s I nn 'iif ct examh I Ion \\ h it Imt ' lie -l ? ? -i to be ordei ? i .i dei lr< ? . ?'ran . stai hflel i .-? Juit WsnteH Graft. V \ smiling m fa? t, hi boj in i ' ? ? i smile altnott evei minui in waa being cross sxsmlned? u ?? th lust tl ' f lint? -i sugg ' n i. it.H ? "Oh, 1 guest ? ' ' get gral n..- not even In a minoi. uni portant I I ? ? I. 81 aas not so fort unat< 1 fen? Ing of H< rherl i Bm ' ?? ... hfleld '"'Mid a few enlng i *lpp : story, and th ... : ma) to hi own sat ? But the first r the dej M \'. til '? If? of ?he s ? >? ? sptaln ?? host i cnii ?Ion, thai of Pox, Blpp, Man and the real lo rnetsj ihe foui defendants In J th.m snythlng else, fared ???-",- th alines on tl Nothing " ss di iggt d out ol shook th< damuglng t? r h( t-?i?i .. ? lea imlnation, but h? blushed i>. . ? of hei hail * " it Mr. Wellmi i hei lo admit ' ? ? id beten H*, ti parti '-n i h? graft hi i hush tnd ? ? |i U d M ? v, aiah s ho Is -? itead: ? hurcl t-.., i ighi i audlbl; sa thl i ung n .?m h? r. and big t? ad - i . .(.i. in. n atood oui "t? lier forehes Bipp'a stot ol lh< ? ?ni pli s k. pi him In Ne* ??? i i il ild< tl ? tion of the < ourt, *t s lime 1 H fut m torne; W hitman s snti ?i : ha?? him t< n his story h?f? t.. thi grai jury, te.ok upward of two hours H knew his part b; heart, and ever* no and i nan s i? n h?* thought \ I ? District tttt?rnej Clark had forg it? t., ;, ?. him shout thl or that part ? hi*) .*?'r: he* would Interrupt will ?pon I you want me to t?-n about whi h;ep|" n? ?I ii' ?I " -a ?""'? BUCh 'pi' BtlOl Mn readiness In msklng rsplli roust Mi. Btanchfleld'i Iroi "ho cautions him more than once not to answer bn i,t, |he de ie -i..f would Intel pot ? an ol .]<?. lion. Sipp Tells of Graft. Bipp began ins icstimonj bj leliin of in tea 11 ers '" "" ??",' i ?'*? m s hii?i then h* ^a:i brought down i?. 1901 Wh? n h-** I? Kan p.?: l?g $101) .? mon, proi?. i i"t) money for i dlsoi del ? ?,,, . sipp. however, u.im part?cula to i .m his pince s "tran -<> nt ' hot? ;,ii,i wbea Mi Weltonan asked him i i,, did not keep s dlsorderl) bous? Bipp Insisted then were mans con structioni thai > ould be plai i d on ih phra i hut that none of them, m 'il opinion, iitteii in hot? i. \\ hi? i brought forth from Mr. w? liman: don t distinguish ?*""' *' i??"" il ord( | |j bou es." He lold "f Paying ?**l,,,, with rnonthlj regularity i" Fox. and after he d* scribed lion iulHH*n?*** hod been sens? on him and his son Howard after hi i Btiflt ?i i" fore ths l fut rai.mini!, f about graft cotidltlona In Hatiem, Mr ? :iark asked blm: "What ?ii?i you 'i" vneti >*9u ???i Um aubp?naee?M "i taiephonod lo Mr, Nawell, m> it? torne.. i loM him I ami mv ion had subpurnaes. H? aakod me when my m,ii W8S, I told him at m; va, if. , home. Then Newell .said. '||y gra? cious! > ? -1 ? " i. - not going t?? i-ii all vou luira about ths police, sre you? Von don't know what a sunk you're ral lug. Vou don't know where this will lead lo?' i ***i lo nim ??-*?' I na'J '''i'1 onl; tho truth and COUld prove- all 1 ?aid, tikii N? well NdhJ: Tve? been your cotinoel for years. Thus ?. my ud vin. Vou had better go away. ??,, .S.illlll. It S 111 ?1?? ) 'Ml ?.?'"l. Ill ?; I vou your sxpoawso.' " sipp wentoo t<> ?a; that ho doMurrod at. flr?t, sayliiR lhat ho had gOM M for that he i ?ml?! not witltdraw, and that ( oiilirni-il on ?nourl page, tlflh > "luhim. PRESIDENT WILSON INVADING MAY JERSEY. Photograph taken as lie wan making hii appeal for ?on reform at Newark last night. SPURNS GMH MWK Ai A M BOND10! Charles D. Lay Refuses To b o? a "Subordinate Frame of Mind." LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT Oi) Lon? Friction with Commit lioner Culminatei in Another Reiignation cf Depart? ment Official. ? ii Downing 1.1 be ..f . "it"" lui ...... ? -t. rda ,11 landscape srchlt? of Psr Board. It wa ' i i:?i l ih II r, i . ? ???... ,... , | ousted g Ma i i r-. ? Pari ? 'omnitsi luner rtlovr .. Ms . ? ?. ? ? th '? mhers or *h? ? i of ?j ordinal? fram? ol mind. I i. i the l I. Mr. Lay s ' cation of I ? i IV hen seen last night lit when referei ? the ?? tie m. m .., the Ms? oi "Well i im not built thai ? ? Clash Lonq Expected. Sm. <?? ? ommlssloner Bto^ ? point? .1 t w.. of his pi snd Howsi 'i Bradstr? I I Urs! BU oi of i ' cr< ation, ha - ? i Bsinu? i I'n ons |i . s is uu ted eni an unsi ? ? ? ' ful al tempi a a ? made U hat ?< John iv. sttj . Sup? ; Intend? ni cl Psrks r? nm. ? i Those '?i ;. i-...- ition in know ?sn esrlj thsi < 'omml - lorn i Jtovei Mr. Luv mould .ii i lai h. 'i h no oui ? srd Indi? al Ion of wsrfsi the ii?-.?< ii > ??ut min .1 tu w iden, Lsj i i ??- ignai on a u almost a foreg? i . ' i in,i. He refu < ?i t?i criti? Ise i 'omml si.iv ci is -t night bul summ? 'I up his ?ii, with the ?i ; .h Imenl h, .,?! I.v ? nv ni), ??|-;v --i bod it. i? i d? |?sri mi nl ex? . epi me .i"i i h* a snted i hem lo." it. 1.1 ring t?. the r.iru Bosi sddsd ? rii. board ii ' tough) in minimi/ the Importan? ?? of i he pie.f lend - scape srehiteel Instesd of making It on? of Importsnce, a hi? h II should ???? .m.i whi? ii ih? charter proii.i??? It should i., i hsve nothing agalnsl the I In,-.. Othsr ni' tul..is ,,!' ih?. Lu.?i .1. : have .<<?' slong vvnh ihem we?l enough. I'm as ;, bosi?I tii'' lend? ru j hss ?been to ?.ni.,idlnste th.. piece of land ? m chltecL" Mr i..iv ii.i .ii-..|i| i>>\...i m .n ... ihe plans "f Park Commli iloncr Btover, w bo 11 pi ? sid< nt ?,f ih? board, I " the Brsl of ihc? hi bsd n turn i '.-? i-cti,' t?, w i - 11K ,i ding the ( 'omml sioner's plsns to make of Ihc centre i.i?,ts m ui'i?. r s. - ? ?M h avenu? i h "long?.-; pis -i ? ind In the ? ountl l A 11 iK I ? Iron few ?? vv.i? t,. ? urround plol ? of ground hsrdl) elghl feel In diam? ter. in ?dissenting, Mr. Ls) told thi Com? missioner he would be Installing tiio longssl line of "monkey cages" In the , uy if hf csn led the plan oui Commissioner Btover has sought to inak?- H sppeai thai there was no troubk bel s i en htm and M Lay, bul his axaspersl Ion wss so greet last weel n\?r * t? m???>t.?t ? difference of opinion gboul i, plsn for Riverside Park hi wi to .slum i?, ih-- Board ol Estimste that the storm wss fall all through tiir d< i ?,'Ultlll? 111 'WAILS OF CRAZY WHALE! Helmemafl Of Liner Arm Sor Dotiging Big B chools. ' , to* ? ? ? :. When t ?', ir? liner .Mini terdsy . ! Ill : n' thousand '1 Isshe for psssin the !'? '"i ?'"?er. i <- ire he sher ? "up ?^hi -, , <;,, |ad? ? ' || . Su? li i I school the worst men MR3. PANKHURST MAY QUI1 ENGLAND BY AEROPLANE "Bribery Offer" Fails in Plot t< Got. Militant Leader Out of Authorities' Reach. Lond resche? . The s, last nig th Pankl ur t "'i ? piomin ? i t.. iimlrr nd sn Invll ? rank Kilt!. I . Mini for i he bribe <> t h? exclu . f her tii^in '? Uni ?i I ' ? 'ti.- bribi. . . i ? ilng has beer rded 10 th? ith? 1tlei at Bcol land Vsrd to ?'.it.-ii ror an attempt t? , ."i.,v ?? th? militani leader i?v 11 modern means of u ivel, th? ?ii routo. SOME ONE'S'LOST A LEG Beautiful Limb Awrnts an Owner at Police Station. lost - line , r ?poi - i,,->i? .1 1.1 ippan ntly vv.hw. ,i ..r i off w Ithout '.. i? m ? not? ..f the i.... ii? i i i ? ? i ? irm? i of Nee - 1 town, Qui ? ii ;. was h I? Ing along J n ? iiai bor Road on v\, ? , ? hen he In the i " .?v- , . ? : Trotting I Course Lane, Kewlown, s leg. He ? i ? nd .ii?.?? t?. iii?- i;im> ? ?? stal Ion, vv here he turned II ot er ;.. Lieut? nanl J? dll? .? Li uten "'. :?''i i" "I've Just ? found h i i h< i " .?I " 'A i. . ? v' I i i h? i. st of Ihi i. f" d I he <;? ih man, lug a m ird? r "i ?ingsd r i ? iviiow," smil? .1 the :' irm? i "Her ? s the leg. Bul i den ; . i? kn'.vv v. ii> th? i .t vv i ? bitched ?>> ,i ; m,, h m a vv ?m an LI? ii tenant J? ?Hi' ?? mm,?,i th.. leg '-r ? clerk. j HUMAN WALlV?PS FLOOD i Negroes Lie on Levee Until Sandbags Are Obtained. ??. , ,i-i an m ?> i \ doi ?i' gn i .... h ;,.-,i iv took the p?a? es of nnd ?-l'???'?" i tii" wash over ths Poydn levee. f hi re, until sandbaga were obtained. To-nlghl s thou ?"' >;?' " ;:?' aorWng by torches and bonflires building ? new semicircu? lar levee behind the threatened bul? s ark. A Btream two Inches dastp ^a.s row? ing over the laves when ths danger wsNdl covered Two thousand bags for en I for, i<m a t in-minute wall ? ould lii' i ? n too l?'t"-., s.? the dozen negroes risked their livei by lylni "ii boards " placed as (<> pr< ?. the wssh until bags were hroupiu. Rllsd m,! p?at In pis? ? A intim? ?it gfter they i. ???. tin earthwork where they had lain slipped tut?, the nvtr. I BEWARE, WILSON TELLS DEMOCRATS Big Throng in Newark Hears President Launch Attack on Reactionaries in His Party. PREDICTS AN'EARTHQUAKE' Those Who Block Progress in Own State and at Washing? ton Must Give People What They Want, He Declares. ''" "i't-t '.\iison, ?n a speech to two ? ? isand persona In Network lost night, warned the Democratic reactionaries ol nngton thai they must strp ou? of th" woy ?-f progress and si\" to "i* people what they vaut, otherwise, h? r: ? diet? ?!. th< s ould be < rushe-d and ? ssidi and men more in b] mpo*h ???'ill ;h< impul - ' hosen in thiir i .la i e-a The Pi ? denl d ? trni -. Lo ^? r i ' ej once more '?<< fight hu: old em th" Smith-Nugent moehine whl? h "n Bhowing signa of life "f late?. i"jt ? . advantage of the oppor? afforded bj his Rrat speech sines he entered I i ?Vhite Mouse to nay hi? rcape? Is to tl >m i >? no? rati ? i al vVsshington who, In their snxiet; to serve the speclsl Interesta, have be ria- ins r?.. ka m ih? way e>r ihr Demo? . rati? p-rogramm? i ? .prat? -> by the Pi ? ildent. n was Mr. ??Vila public pee? h as Pri Bldenl e?r th? United .^lat.. Mr, Wilson tr?nai; said tho country di-i n?vi ?-o i>em,, r.e-. | November, Thai pal : i*- Bald, i?*ei been chosen becauae of Ihe spill m the Republican ranks, and II was nos on tri il. ? ; did not moki good, hi insert .j. it l WOUld re*.?-*!' get a > ban. . ;(^.)in. Election Didn't "Fool" Him, ?f nanl everybod) to realize ' he ? thst i va r.vt taki n m by t'n?? re?sui*- of be last noiions rtion. country did n?-?f *?-? Democrat.? in November i? ws Impossible for H to go Republi? in because it couldn't toll i Kind of Republican to ??". The only united, helpful Instrument to ? hlch ould turn t" ,-? ?.omi'lish its pur? ???- the D?mocratie port**, and what ii d'.i -v-^s to say this: There ire tin things thai wi warn to ?e* tiof ,-. r? ;.-,.'.. . . ? ? , -r^- . :. \ it,.: th? re 9ft certa i thinga we want to aee admlniatered -''?- e- I i.:'. .J Si ,?--.s ? --"i ?-.. ' | I . , .?!]-,,'. . . i The President was attired m <?> Bull of L which boro a striking rtjoemblance to ih* "ii" be >V'-rr in Un- la^t cam i , >. nd there ?as fir.- in his s I ? gave warning to hia folleo Demo? te ol th-- - - ?\..r,js re Ing pounded the ? of 1 Ittle U him. ? .< wenl on Now -> o m,- ?; dg t,. i- ? th? i .?., . r.et??? party ss our Instrumeni to dis? those things. If the try La not buocessful we will im mske it sgetn, '/ . v ant an ii i in our hands i?.. which ?v t can ?" maatera of our < wg ..... life |y (hot thi i . ????. and representntive instrument, fors we will trj It. Not adopt ?t. t'v it. Toil luioa v* h:it happened m thes 1 ?. mocratie pal I i I thai .-tat- II rot - ? confident "r power ahoul sixteen II auppooi d the people of N< ? se; h,ni gone asleep and were "v;-ust Ing it with theti ' ? ' m?M ami were ask Ing no Questions Thsitfoi . thol power wsi grossi*/ ab . ted snd t!i people tur- sd s ? <? from thai part) for twenty veers, be - ;' had betrayed thes? trust . and then ii - am. bo? iv. in 101ft Te? us this w.is a rejuvenation, ?? renewed part-, ind the Ural question thai cams up wot *v lu-Mi t th Old gnng fin i? - i RO( i wont so Into the hlstor) of ihe? tw-.> th' light with the* old \. v , th? I th? "'?! Kenti elid o,.i run, snd th? k? pi under ? avec ? ven In the lobbiei ai Trenton, know? Ing there were lingers wir-h pointed to the ii past history?" Reverts to Washington Intrigue?. i n wos apparent thai the sctlons and intrigues of th*> Democratk react too? artes .?' Waahlngoa v*.-i?- rankttng ths Presid? nt. for b? rev? rted to ths **ub j?. i .mam -The people <-f tin*) countr: he do , i.,., i, ?and ol this Mat?> ere going to havs whal titea >-.t?*-,w they ??ught to have by on?- process "i another, i pro: tool ii ma) not he- a wrong prot ws i have th? greatest eermfM<Bnoa in th?- m control, th? public Bpirtl and the legal consciencs of the people ?f America, and i do not m: self b? llov? that daa* .a things a ?n bspnon. ?Bul i worn those geotlesneo noi too long to Bhos th. i?.-.?i?lc of this counti that Justice csnnot be sot by the or.u ,,.u> processes of the low. i warn them iu stand oui o? '?h'' lovorolfn'i ?ray. I havs travelled from one end o( tina t ui- other, la?li?.s and genlle tm,, i tiave looked Into th? faces of nan? aiidk acea. I as ? never seen any iiympiom mat men were going to ki?.k over the traces of the laws that they have made, bul l have seen a great mojcft. seated upon ihelr counte? nances and inimit? --alienee. "They ?are sitting now. and this is the tost, this is the trial, this is tho uitimat ?seat of Judgment; and if thes? men will not serve them the> will be swept UK? tim chaff before the tMnd.. ami other men. more honest, more active, more wholesome, with the? fresh? ness of a now age upou thtm. with eye?