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tXribtme V0L LXXni.N* 24,357. Te-isy, abawe'iei to nx.rrow. fair. Moderate wind? NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 191:,.?11 PAGES. * t IMMi'!1 nVli* /'_."'Y T In ( llj of Vew Vork..ler-*ej ril> and Hobnk? It II I*. IJ_>I_ *? li.ll UM Will I.I TWO CtoSTk. RADICALS FORCE E Jam Through House Committee Amendment Prohibiting In? terlocking Directorates Among Banks. MEASUPE IN GRAVE PERIL Chairman Glass Protests in Vain, and Unless President Uses Party Lash at Once Administration Plan Seems Doomed. The Tribun? T*.ur< aa ' n, July 221- showing on strength and decreaalng the I rrtspe? is of currencj ?n si tins Btsslon, ti:?-? Insurfenl Democrat! ol ' Banking in?l Cun Comniitt" jiiinnu-i through thi Demo? '. ??? .- :,,... amendment to the administration MIL 7 t>> .*?. despite th" ran u of Chairman Glass snd tn.- conservatives, an anicn?im>*nt was sdopted ; rohlbltlns ?nt' rlo? king dl? ratet among national banks, (?r ? rcoi z any hanks which n -!??. ?. r?-r' atod til tile hill. Adoption of this amendment has completely ups.t the plans <.f Chair I ami other lead? rs. \\h?? have \-.i minimize the asriouaneas "f the situation In th?> Houae committee, a dlatress signal will ??*? out Immedia ti r- ? Wilson, and ?? t.. bear at ihe currency bill ma] f ii en? ? ? There is hangins. o\ er the head ??f Mr. Qlaas and ?>tii?r admlnlatratlon leaders th?-- threat that th?? Insurgent n will off? r a substitute bill in vommittee t..-morrow ?.r next du. This bill Is the result of tf-ret . onfer tnces between Chairman Henry, of the mmittee, and the several "radicals" "f the Hanking and <'urrency* Comti ;??.n of th-* r?> rn?? ratir framers ?.i t" bill to-day is th?' first break ? - ornan ndations of the trual committee, which v frowned <n fr?.m the outset hairman ?.?ass and th?? udminis trstl Adding t?? Mr. ?",lass'.?i th?- conference Instructed him t.. draft the amendment which ?w ill prohibit interlocking directorates in national banks. Chairman ?Uass, uttcriv out of sym wlth such an amendment, aaid to? night that he ba?l not decided on the .-. i.slon. which must itlafact? ry to the inaurgsata. The amfiidmrni is to ?be bo worded that no - h direcf.? ..*" ..ii" na? il bank shall be a director "f any similar Institution. Tin- same rule Is to .auks, which mav he. ?onv- -.i part ? f t'n?' federal reaerve sya t.m .'.ISS< >U< I. The measure provide* that state banks r,- ited, bul not required, t-j ? ? ? ? f the n gtonal r? - ? ? amendmenl adopted to.?juy wot rtepreaentatlve Wingo, of Arkansas-, who, with Repr?sent?t, es and Korbly. hai i.. make a denl m the adn. ? MIL The vote in mm? ?,\.i? nr.t ofl-dally announced. but . leratood that ReprsssnU? -!.-.. \\'?a\?r .md Neeley ?? Insurgen! ranks and de admlnlatratioi. f-.r- aa. A bi ?nil amendment by Mr. wing?? pro! ? tors of national banks 'torn tsklng i>art in stock spsoulatlon u-,? the narrow vote of 0 ;;iid may be adopted on re ??? m. ? I in The Tribune, the administration's ?urrency bill Is in and util??-- Preeidenl Wlleon ?li Mc\i. an situa!ion long wield a whip over tiv House commute? the chsnees aro against - doubtful that even a Democratic caucui can save the .i.- int'.et ?mies? th?- President th?*- party lash even more vigor? ously than hf did in the tariff fight. This Morning's News. LOCAL. rape .. Eta laiiM Here. 1 I in Mew v?.?); ... l Dulfi im i Ussgrses. i pact Ion Corpa Inadequate.... 2 Mi .neny Leading in Fusion Line-up. 4 tVilsen t<? Aid Fielder. 4 ' ? Bleeping" Soldi* r. 4 ?'???.k ;,t It j t -*; Surd for tkk.kkt. 5 . -i. Air Land. 7 oada Waive Three Ixmand*.14 ? fer New Haven H.-.d.14 - i nato nia ta.. 14 rdlmen In Mimic \\nr 14 ". *.*jnii Zleglor t.. CMIecl Million 14 GENERAL ? f.,r ine victims. 1 ' Ms M to Ra? Ify M'-si?-aii.? .... 1 ancy Bill, Amen-Sed, May Pall.... 1 Bulser Blamea Pol?tica for Mrs. 2 l-eglalatnre Recesase to August 11.., 3 Urges Legislature Is Adjourn.. 3 "lean Senators l>i\ide.| (Ml Tariff?! kfulhsll Active In New totti Politics. , 4 He&.jv for Anti-Trust I'rusade. 4 y.nd of opium Trafhc in glght. 7 FOREIGN. I Igbtlng at gbaaghal. 3 ?British Turf Scandal. 3 News of I. >.,ih Withheld. 7 M-BCELL_._r-.OUB. and Navy. S tor Women. 5 ?Editorial . a 11 y . 7 ?'I'ftuary . 7 '* .8 and 8 A'.g . 8 ' I'mtv'ial and Markets_10, 11 and 12 "A eather .18 ?**?*ftl Estate.12 J. R. GRANT ASKS DIVORCE General's Youngest Son Files Suit in Goldfield. C.-.i.iri. bi. \. v., ju|y st.?Jeaae Root ??rant, youngeal ron ?.f th. late ex? PrcaMeai Grant, Bled suit fur divorce to-day frnni <3Hxab?th Chapinan <;rant. Des? rtlon ?xas the onis- allegation. Mr. oriint baa ma<de OoMfleld his h'.ni. f?r th? lust si?, ni?r,ths. Jease Root Grant sv-,-ls horn near si. Loula h, February, is->7. Mr attended sihnni in Waahlngtofl when his father was ?President, and he entered Cornell University aa i member <?f the class of '77. He left th<? university n?ar the close ?>f his Junior year and travelled ssith his father in Europe. ?Later lie entered husmos- with his ?brothei* in this ?ity. Mr. ?.rant was married :<? Miss Elis? abeth Chapman, <>f California, and they '?.s. tss.. children- Nellie, horn in 18S?. and Chapman, horn in 1<">?> NO SCENERY: NO WORK Shoe Factory Men Strike Against Window Screens. l; . hi.m.1 Mas? , Juls ?_'.",. The most unusual reason fur going nut on strike ssas iziser. ssh.n twenty-five nun in the finis', rig room of the K. T. Wright Corapan. shoe factory quit sv.rk thts morning be* ai.se their s lew ?.f the gcen? rj surrounding ihr shop had been .?hut "ff. The iirm mentis put up ecreena "f white ' li? ? s? ? loth on the Wlndo?WS of the finishing department. The men pro* : that it .nt off their view "f the landscape and made working ? <?ndi ti'.ns unpleasant. To-day they ?brought the matter to a crisis by ?itiitting work. The firm lias had ?screens on th? windows foi ? i years, but it v.as only recently that "f white chaeaecloth were put up, I BOY IN RABIES PAROXYSMS Weeks at Work After Attack by Stray Dog. John M?ineriiy, fourteen years old, has been under th.? observation of physicians since lie was bitten ..n the anus and ipgs by u stras dog several weeks aeo. ssas talsen from his horn?, at No. 44.1 Jnckron street, to the . I?' h* B* pitai. Jersey city, yesterday ?afternoon, li. the first paroxysms ?.f rabl* A- SOOfl ?M th?_- boy ssas bitten lir ss,.s taken in hand an?) his wounds vserf cauterized. Thr treatment con? tinu?*-*-, although young Mclncrny, who is the sol?? support "f his mother, isorke?! tally. Hopes of ins escape fr?>m tbe disease ?vere entertained ?rmttt ???* terday, when the hoys a<Ueaspts t . talk began to result in guttural, unin? telligible Bounds. These and the extreme nervousi ??? hieh eharacteriaes the malady so 1er* riii??i his tamil, and thejnelghtiors th* t they notified 'he hospital When th* physicians arris?-?! they s.us there was t.? thing mor? to ?be done und hum? 1 th. boy a say t" th? h"i i itai. Ifclnemy ":**4 stui ?.onacioufl early this morning, but the ?paroxysma ss?T" Increat intensity and frequency. WHISKERS PLOT FOUND Hoe' Razor Makers in League with Barbers, It's Charged. 'I'll,- ?-. i ? * :? ..nt ' Tin- pi? . ? ? the 12,000 bar?"is m Man? .n and The Bronx is th?' deep, dark plot Of a firm "f safety razor mari'i !.-'.' i urns, '.?ho. to gain their ow n selfish ??ids, are ssilling that mas'-iillne Nesv York shall go unshavr?] until it de. Id. i t?> use ?M 'hoe'' razor, BO-Callcd. Was ever a plot ?-?. diabolical hatche I 1 ? for' " The strlK? is profeSB to see the fine Italian hands of the wily "bo.?-" laiber? in this latest tonaorial up* Ik;.sal. nid a?ECUSe the "busses" ?if be? ing in league with the manufacturera of the safety razor. when a man discovers ins favorite barber sh?.p closed because of the (?trike, h'1 will not permit his beard to gross *?.r perhaps hla ssif?- ssiii not), but ssill simply g" t" the n?-.*r?st drug stur" and Ins* st in one <.f th. safety ma chines. It's the simplest thing In the ssorld: Next! SHOOTS FATHERAS ROBBER Boy Aroused from Sleep by Re? volver Fires Blindly. IKrom Th.- Trlt.iine <'<>rre??,?n<1<-nt. 1 Pott Reading, S, J , juls- _.i -John Thompson. <?f thla phut firi-d his revolver thr?'?- times in BUCCSBOtOH tu rou.r a ramp "f boya n.-ar ?here this morning. His *?>n Christian Thomphon. thirteen years "l'< slarmed at th.- shut?, sstsed a rifle and iii, ?i A bulbt entered the heart of hi? [ather and he ti i ? ?J ssitbin a few seconda Th? elder Thompson was In char_? "f the camp, wide h eonaiated of hims? if, hi.** ??.n and twu other boya He decided to tii. hi: revolver as g Joke ?m the boys, who ha.i slept souiwlly until 7 o'clock. Young Thompson hud a rifle vslth hlni In i.'iiij. House?! out of hi? Hk-op aufldenly by the pist??l shots, he imaglm.l robbers ss.r? eboul end Bret before be waa*wlda awake. John Thompson, who ssaa a carpenter and builder, ssas ?me of the (Mganlsers of tin Pari Reading nuiiding and Loan Association and an old resident of Poti lb a.lnig. Mrs Thompson and flse ? Inl dr n survis? him BURNED TO OEATH AT 97. I:?.? bester. July _K -In a fire In the slllaire of Hull- ??nt.'iri" ?'nuiit.s. this mornitig, which destroyed the pawn of Oeerge Reawlek, Mr? Anna Heweon, nln? t>-seven y?ars ?.hi ssas bilrne.! te death. A f?IW r)n'hM ANGOSTURA BITTERS in a class of water countered Impurities. Advt. WILSON PLANS ?O ' PACIFY MEXICAN Hcpes by Mediation to Brii Warring Factions Together and Establish Peace in Republic. SKEPTICISM GREETS IDE Administration Decides Th: Huerta, as Well as the Rebels Shall Be Barred from Ob taining Arms from the United States. Frooi rn Ti _t Washington. July 23. Pacific med tuin by the United Btates t.. pa ?? ti way for s ****-roncilIatlon between ti intending factions and i.iati( Uonal national election in the republl Um reaulta <.f which Ihe k ad< ra <>? i.?>i j factions woui.i accept, La th? plan i I whi.h the Preeidenl hopas t?> solv? tl i MaXll ?iti problem. This was Um id? a conveyed tii Pr?s 1 <i>nt Wilson to-daj it a ? onfi rent with ?Senator Ewcoq, chairman o4 II Committee on K<>r.-i_i. Relationa, ai Representative Flood, chairman "i II lions* Committal on Foreign Affair As ? reward for la? m_. do? n the arma, burying thi ir ammunition an abiding bj the results of the i?- tlo thi M'\i. ana she In Im ai ? orded n ? <?i Bition bj th.* Crut? ?I Slut u The feaatbllltj ? f American inedi,-i t?..n or aastatance t?>*a.?r?i brlngin about an honest election In Mexico i being discussed here tins evsalni Mach doubl as to ih- practicability . th.? proposai la ? rcpteased Tl miliar with the situation bellevi would be practically Imposaibl? t<? con dud an bonesl election without Ameri ????.i sui"*r\ Islon, whli h "?"iid, ??? m? an inref? nt i? n Otherwise the cle? tion would be sntin act to th ??? isliVs of those in control in the \in ?.us districts, trhethei Federalista a Revolutionists in revoluti ?nary i m i?*? the mediation rec< .'?Kcnts <?f th?* Constltutionallsta de? lai lnp that nm h a thins Wt u because the Rsvolutkmiati an certali t > win th?;ir fiKh? This being BO, the? sav, what would l,.? the Ol m??lian. n. \- foi aa I am ?i ? Is lion they are thoroughly in fa?, or ..I it, bn tnaintain that it ram? ' be had as l?>n, as Huerta rr mains :n an?. ??Ml. i tion in Mexico City, One man declare? tout it th? r?- hh'.uhi i? an hon? tion m Mosteo Csranas, thi ret ? I'l -'? I 111 IK 1) ' ?li ? d ?? ot? i Shun?. Appearance of Hoat?l?tv. it is iicir however, that the P * d?*nt hi i>? i t-? avoid ' hostility In di <'. ng a Ith Mi i that h? ? linga t?? his i>iiri".?-c of It in? lng aboul th<? estsbll hmeni of stltutional government, if possible, tit fore recognition is accorded, ih?* plan hi? h he inn posea t.? fore Ambassador Wilson on thi latter*l arrival . Washingi if this . ?-tir-? la follow??) assurances ar|ll be ki\-h to Huerta an.i th?* constitutions ers that it is th>- desire ?.f the United States t?. saalal In every wa* In *o? storing order ??n'l Iranquilllt:. and i*i .t the governmenl which is able ??. pred? icate its ealatence upon an election and th<- obaervancei of constitutional requirement! will ho given support t?? the fuH< !*t poaa?ble extent. No action will be taki mid to-day on the highest possible author? itjr, until the Prealdent baa confi ? I with Ambassador \\iis?.n. which will probably be next ?Saturday, and until he learns from him the situation In ihe southern republic. As ?> I the ad mimstratlon Is apparently anconvlnced that any UeSMl exists fur the rSVOgllt tion of the Muerta government II the same tim?, th<- President, if hu conference with ?Senator Bacon to ?i ? ? ma> I"- tak?'ii as an Indication, is quite (rilling to lend all possible aid to any Kiivfrnmcit which may tit} properly recognised ti suppressing outlawry, ..i"i disorder.?, and raatortng p.ace. n i?, the apparenl purpose of the ad? ministration to av?.i?l anything that savors of hostility and to adhere t<> the i ?-????? nt non committal pollcj unUI i ??ours? of a? tion .an be claarl] defined. President Wilson ha:> determined that r*o faction In ii??- present Mexican revo? lutlon shall obtain arms or ammunition from th?' United States and that neu? trality must be observed in ita Strictest sense. No Arm? for Huerta. While the Mexican rebels have been getting no arm? he**stofore, to dsy's de? ?/etopmeptg mean that the Huerta *_*_? ministration \*.?u be deprived of the privilege prevloualj accorded the Ma? dero government, and thai the United states ?rill treat all aldea aiik?- in the present dispute Constitutionalists and their sympathizers In this country have asserted that if the United BtatCS did not ?virtually as.?ist the Huerta govern? ment by selling it munitions >.t war s termination of hostilities would be possible. Sentiment in favor of a new policy gtWW In I'ongrtB? to su?*h extent that i, >dsy ,? < snvaas n'as made of the ?.-??ni niitt.es ?|.*;iiiiiK ?itl? foreign relall'ius. it was found that then would be little objection to repealing the j..mt ras?la tion of March 14, lili-, giving the Preiidsnt discretionary pourer t<> pm dibit > rqmrtattona of arms or munition.*? of war I?. countriis where domestic violence existed, but permitting hun to ? nnilnnrH ?? Ihlrti p**e<?. t-??*-r?*.nd r?.lum?a. E A SOCIALIST HERE Rosaline!. Now Mrs. H. G. Wins low, of Rich St. Louis Family, Forsakes Her Wealth to Work for Masses. WRITES VERSE FOR LIVING Lives on East Side and Peddles Revolutionary Tracts-Calls Legality of Her Marriage a Weakness-Would Rear Outcast Children. Mrs Koratln ?; u insiow, fonnerly M' r? ?ealliid <iuggenhelm, heir t" 1750.000, and s member >.i the capi? talist!? Guggenheim family, has i? ft her home in St. Louia ami come to \. w York. ut,. h? has gone th.? former In??/ Ifllholland one hetti r end has fu- ? ?i practical .?< tallsl in rebellious salloi ? i " s.1 ?.i,.',?.? and ?protesting sandals ,.f openwork aanttary variety, ? '?? i.? ?bile., socialistic tracts ? s, i ' " da] noon under the F*rank1in BtatUe, rni?! W. ?li,.'sd.-is s In front ..f the Bub* Tr* I'.'iil.lim.. Mrs. \\ j. alo? n?.t mils ?? . tT9 the bul lis ? ? m the he.trt <.f the I t Ski* -mi tenement, ai No, ?i<- enjoj s .ss. n s bland from '?'?i " ' ?. the sixth ?toi ?. she i?- an active member of Bran? h I, of the Socialist party, and finds time, at its h? ubi?: urtei In 74th stre. t, t" I* - - \\ heei to attract crowds whom she msit? ? in t" g free tea 'harming 1'Oung Boclallsl has in.i'i? good Alfi i'a do* nine thai ;u. industri ?ua Imagination ? an make a Hg Wl ting |"" ?r- . Sh.- Is the onlv von ? n N'? ss Y< rk ssh.i main l nt* " i. ' '"? ? "n th- fourth ihe Am? le .n Trad Building, s iu street ' ?? -i?ii. she he* kui- ssork ?it 7 o'clock m the morning end writes m th" gr?ai sil?ne* g cil bt ..mes Industrious, she sn ' Ight-hour daj. ami th. side "f an armchair al ?DenneU'a Bett* r. malls a ? month!] Income thai ? .?her - pushing rit h? t md she has th?? ' ..||" ... .,,,,, , ,?.,.,, I,,,. al ss, rk is being tak? ?i M fast as . ?? ? , Mother's Knife Her Inspiration. I ..in the km.I "f :. pun who ?t.ittn " ri..- m miner In tv-r ?.s-.-r? ss nii h* r dlnn* m* d Mrs. .?? h? r d< ?i?. "No, i don't ss ..it for ? l .i-ii m ,i ? oii -?t.utt .-.?i.- . t Inspii al i"ii ss hi? ii . to ss ?.ri-; 'h? mni'it. I g? t m ? ? w n to b ness Do y? -r ss orndow n -?,'.'? ' ? .her atari ed I ? t keeping ?aith thai Implement thirty* at ?CI? b"?i' ne T< i . thlr? ? ? "in .. railroad ss hi n the family got its st.ut in the cattle busi? ness, i ?h.ii'ii my pencils ssiib thai kinf. * ?n. look at 't i? all the inspira? tu.n I ss ant t"i m-, ss m k Here i? om of her efforts ssh- h .?.." bOUghl -'I ?I I? nit' 'I ?in'i< r ' he caption of "The Game," b) Jane Ibirr. is ?i-1 i" n name .1 i a ir?___-y ? .m .. (ami '? -r ?ni I , the I'm a ' as Meckmeller, a policeman an. ? ' ? r. .- t rn. Btal j.unpins )?, ? i n- .? parlor entertainer; l'ia <* verj ?brewri i?n?r, \s I,, r, It*. ? rth .n? -Hi' s ?r"n_?s on a l m i talker, da rr, attteri ? , ? I ,,, . ?Me the rvrrfvr hinatl. ? III l _r..>. . , m?. .,,, t, r,.r I m ? II-?nu??! ? li.rlstan , lae for It'e ?i uf?* that im in tor? i m ? nroenan ss i i "? Biartl* I lo ? men' Anoih. r, ' "' HI* d ' I.' ? i" Witt 'S j ._, , ,, t," publish* ?1 in "Uronkls n I.If? is .is folk?? ? has ii"? ? losed h?r To ?"'?"??' ???* -"l:". *''''h " hthwi I ... niptllHe; . n s,, lo* ? - m i."'? mptlble . .-1 . | ... .,? ?? i?i, ... p.i. ?'???. of i" ? i "?''. i ,,. rathei In h< i ?Hence let? him lil-le. r?r ?fie? nil lili t" i?'- n?*ttvw ?war II,, nr* a til. hlni n.? ute ?.f every ?lei . tin..- tie ?looped sn i ?h< bul ???"'?_"?? Hi u.i- f"r lin less in.i'i ?n,i more "f '?nlifl How She Married Socialist. Mis Winsb'ss la ugh?.I a-s BhS told how Bhs bad taken the plunge from so? eletj Into socialism. Two yearn nzo sh. iiii.rri?'i Horatio G. OVInalow, ?editor of "The atesare" a ?joctallsl ?publica? tion. Sim rn.-t Winslosv al the Kami s?bo?.i. the soctaliat headquarters, la IfKh gtraet, after g runaway trip to Europe. "Ms family Struggled for the last fesv years to Ret m?- ? <>rit> nt. .i ssith money, clothes and society," said Mr?. Wins ],," "They alwayg rebelled against my way ??i looking al life. My father absolutely forlafde bm to rea*i Bngel, Karl Marx and otln-r BOClallStlC Writetl When I annoiin? ?'d that I ssas going t.. New Fork to Uve ob tins Engt Side and study conditions lie stormed, ?with a ss ritten promise of an Income of 98(10 a month In Ofle band, and In the same breath laun* bad a solemn anathema, sas ing that In Jesslsh circles It ssas a sin f"i a woman to bave an ambition. But, i" put it shortly. I ssas bound to he ?emancipated fr?.m coraetg umi g.ss ns. I ran a ssas Mrs. ?'?iigg? nhelm ?ame to the resine. "I got her <m th?? tel? phone ut her i-lnb," explain?-.) Mrs. Winsl.isv. "She p?a. . .1 me in funds I ask. ?I for the ..Id carving knif?' and I bought a pan sag? on the fjeorge Washington, and without consulting snybodj i went t< Europe und ?remained s year. I sent moib'T a svirel.ss. and she kept the .?.?.ret from ?lather until the storm blew ( oniinnrri on thlr.l pace, ?nth column. MRS. IK IRATK > G. WINSLOW. Formerly Miss Rosalind Guggenheim. ? JESSIE WILSON'S BEAU TO STUDY DESERTED WIVES F. B. Sayre, Fiance of Presi? dent's Daughter, To Be Head of Abandonment Bureau. ?Franck* B s.??re, whose engagement t.. Mi.?--? Jeeaie Wilson, daughter of President Wilson, waa announced two - .i?' v .?1 ha.. .1 . h.iiuc t.. i?turn ? '. ni.out married folks' troubles i>e j i.?r>- his own marriage takes place. He wir- ..pp..mi?! head ?>f the abandon ! -n. m i.m?m ui ihe District Attorney'? ? office >? si? nl.iv, nn?l will begin work to dsy. He wss f??i mi 11 In the ?"in pi .int bun "You'll hear some harrowing stories," .-.nd Joseph O Bkipner, former head of ih. bureau, as he turned over ihe office t.. Mr. Sayre, "I hope it won't ?lis ?oui;?kc you regarding marriage, noi nj :r-- ? t_: * nisi out ??f ) OU " "Nothing could <i" thai now," said] M i Sayre coui .?k? ousl; . Mr Skinner gave somi gen i tl ad? vice to hi In the ? on.lu. t , oi the ?.tt,. ?. ?-.iviiiK thai the two Im- ', i ..limit points w.rc whether in?' wife and children were abandoned In this] count) and whether the* were left des-, iiiiii? "Supposing sin* takes In wsshlngsnd supports herself and the chlldrei suggested Mr. Bsyre from his so lologl? . il wisdom "She's destitu??*, nevertheless," an ~v.ii' .1 Mr, Bklnner, \ir. Sayre wai plaaaed nith his now j?.h. He is greatl) Interested In the st udy of sociolog). snd entered t he I Ha trui \fi?>iii' ''- office with the l'lea of getting tirst hand Information ??t other people's troiii.les under more favorable . .militions than in ;? s.t!'- ment. Righl here Is the biggest problem ?hat will ? onfronl Mr Baj re. it Is the ?pi? stun: ot whether to Indict or noi to in-iici. a forsaken woman, bringing with h?*r visible proof thai her buabsnd I has abandoned and lefl destitute "chil? dren under the ax* of sixt?-? n," seeks t?> haue her spouse Indi? ltd thsl he may be brought bach and punished. Whan i?.- is brought hack at the expense ?>f th. oounty, nine times out <>f ten his wife ?l?.?S ber h.st tO have him ro? ll a?.e<I As sin is Hi?? cotiiplanun*. wit? ness against him. she is likely to be successful Then pretty soon he de SertS h.r again, and she wants it all ?lone o\ er egaln. Mr. Skinner is leaving te Mr Sayre a legsc) nt on?- sbanddhsd wife with two children, two aunts snd a grand? mother, all of whom inan-t thai there is a conspiracy m the Districi Attorney's office to thwart Justice. Everj few days they ?all at the al.an.I..inn. nt bU? nan I?. tax its h.-ad with d? reliction in duty. PISTOL SHOT IN COMMONS Man in Strangers' Gallery Fire3 Blank Cartridge. London .lui.'. .: ?There wss another brief scare in the House of ?.'.?inmotis to? nicht, when a blank cartridge was ex? i > u ?. i < ? i The Right Hen Reginald Mc? Kenna. Home S?rielsrj. waa replying to a queatlon be Jnsnee Keir Hsrdle about tii. rsarreat <?f Mrs Bnunsllne ?Psukhunt, wh'-ii a *>h.?t was tired from the strangers' gallery. The culprit, a mim named tyaah Ington snd a member <>f s Socialist club al Leeds, was tn_i_dlately seised and . ). ? t 1 from the bulldln?. There WSS ?considerable relief smong th?- members of Ihe House when the pl.t?! was found to he ? hsrmli m toy arrair On July 11 a man Bred ?'? IOJ pistol In the House and created a pain and since then a careful watch for disturber? of thin kind has l>?en kept. OULFERJURYDfSAGREES 1M1ER1Z--H0UR WMIE? ! New Trial Set for Monday for Police Captain's Son, Ac? cused of Robbery. .tier twelve hours and twenty nim uti s of stormy argument hehind locked doors, Interrupted by occssionsl trips to ? ? ? mirtroom f??r instru?.ti??*i?.. the jurv j in the cas.- oi Arthur Dutfbr, son of t Brooklyn police captain, accused of stealing s purst from a woman in Prospsct Park, reported a disagree ment at U*:2? ??'dock last night. It was; forth**, ith discharged .sslstsnt District Attornsj Lee mi? I I mediatel* moved for a new trial, and' Judge Xi'inan s. t th?- case for next I Monday. lopng Dulf-T left the court room V Ith his father, wh'? Is now under ***_S penalon on ?hare.- ol having conspired to remove hi** son'a accuser fr?>m the lie tion of the court. \. idler the cai tain nor hi s..nid much affected tiy the prospe? t of anoih-r trial, in fact, there were I mptoms of tell, f m their manner, si? though II wai ?reported that the jury n.i , |e*?. n to ?one t.?r. on*? letton. '?,.??;, - - salon of the trial *i M brief and the ?'as,, went to the Jury at II o'clock. When several times durifi-,' the afternoon the twelve men came m?o ?ou?t for Instructions regarding th.. various grades <>f larceny, it w,*_ !?. h? v?*?! that the verdict nug^t coma at .my moment, but after their appear? anees i court had ceased belief waa that a disagreement was due. The ob ? 111.1.. Of one juror is said tO havs SU? .1 the failure of the trial While the juror.? were debating on the fate ??t the son the Kings?County Grand Jurj was Investigating the ef? forts ??f Captain Dulfer to save hla son. Objection to th? line of questioning propounded by ?District Attorney ?Crop? sey tO Mrs. Anna Dulfer, wife 0. Cap? tain Dulfer, during her pr? s.-ti.e be fore the grand Jury in the Invaatlgatlon into her husband's conduct regarding th? (light ol Miss Anderson caused fric Ion ?between Hug?* Hirsh, a lawyer; Judge l?ik?* and Distri' t Attorn?.v Cropsey, and r?sultat! In tita, Dttlfer being permitted t.? go to titt home without further questioning. should h??r preaence i??? needed before the grand Jury, a new subpoena will have t?. be served on her The grand Jury will hand in Indict? ments tiras morning to Judge Dike, but in view of the l.ri.f time that the case <?f Captain Dulfer hits been b?fese that body, an Indictment is not looked f??r. Dtatrict Attorney Cropsey later in the day was closeted with Judge Dike, but the result of their int-rvlew was not k allied. HERO SAVES 500 WORKERS Wades Through Boiling Water to Prevent Explosion. I Bj t?i? graph te The Trlh4a.il Btrockton, Maaai, July TI. Y* G. Katon. ?engineer Bt the Preston B. K.!th factory, proved himself a hero to-day by wading through boiling water ami bsttklng th.' ??re.?, under the I oilers In the engine room, opening the steam valsiea and thus preventing an explosion. He whs burned .?c\erci> about the t. ?t Shortly befbn the noon hour Eaton saw the ?s< aping strain tilling the building. The ii\e hundred employ**e fl.d the building in Ierro?*. An exam? ination disclosed that an iron pipe leading to the boiler had a large hole in iU EIRE MAY BIG TAMMANY WAR ON j SULZER TO CRISIS Battle Royal Will Be Fought to End Murphy's Attacks or Discredit Governor with Wage Earners. I DEMAND FOR SETTLEMENT i Demoralized State Labor De? partment Is Criticised for the Lax Enforcement of Factory Leg? islation. FIFTY-ONE DEATH ESTIMATE So Many Bodies Unrecognizable That There Will Be Public Tuneral and Common Grave -Mai. and Woman Gave Lives for Others. As .1 sequel to th?' Blnghamton Bn In which lift;-?un lives were i??*?t. i - cording to revised estimates, the ___ lent-on of the star.? ?ms timed yeeter? da) t.. the [??cpartmenl "f Labor, ?i. ir ' rallxed bj the Sul_? r-Taminany light. Charges and "?unter charge. a? t?. responsibtllt) for the lax execu* t.. n of th?- fa'toty lass.? wen ma'le by th. GoverBOf and Tammany .poks. t.ii n A sub-commit i?. of the Wagner tai-tor'. Investigating committee will go , to ?Blnghamton kHttaj to Inquln in??. Iconditions Bret hand i' ssa.? said at j Blnghamton thai the rietl would j mad? th?- m '-asioii of a battb- rosal. 1 . ili.-r tu i r.d th. Tammans attacha on I the Govenwr or to discredit his admin ? Istration in the ? tea ?.f vs.?,.' Barm rs. Governor ??ui_? i aaasrted yontari j r,r.-it the Tammany Imld-up of hi<? ap? pointment of a i?*i><>r Commissioner ssas responsible tot the catastrophe The live., at..1 health of lib ssage a-orkera "f th- state.' ?aid the ijos ? raor, ' must remain in peril beeaaaot ftaraootb, charles l'. Ifurph] Is not per? luiit.d to select a l.ab'.r Commission- r Inatead of the Governor of the ?tats." Benator ?WBgBer, the Tammans mouthpiece, retorted that th>? Govcrn ? "i ? ?tat* ment ss_.. m_.li_iou_. and un? truthful.' He sai?! the blame lay with ! up.st.it" manufacturers ss h?> had had i'?, ton? ? tour stories In height or I* M . _eenpt< i trows tlM lass-, protecting cinplo: ? - Mar_d.ii ?1. S? Ott, pi'M|.|, nt of New York T> pognphi.al l'mon Ko. I?, bBBUed ? statement s.r.ing that wage earners ?were being hU-dequateiTj ?protected be* ?aus?' of th?.- demoralized condition ci-' i the State Department of Labor. W b. lleve," he assert?, ?that the political leaden could well afford to pi_? a tfc i?? i.ii-tment of ?Labor In a neutral zon^ and ?otitin'ie their ssarfir? SOSOWhtre, if neceeaai.." The number of ir.sp.?. t..rs provided for this city b) th? Kiie Prevention Bu rs.ui is eniir. Is Insufficient, according to George W. Oivany, Acting Fire Com? missioner. W, ?' Rogers, ?Second r>cp uty Stab- Labor Commissioner, sa,?l that mans of the ten thousand factory buildings in th? state were tin. traps d.? mans ?>f the bodies recovered a?: Blnghamton aw burned beyond Identi? fication that n publii- funeral and com? mon ?burial hag been decided on A shaft will bo erected over the grase t? (he unknown dead. Heading the roll of honor *f the fir?? s ictnns ar?' ih?' names of Nellie Connor gild Shines I?immo?k. forewoman _____ foreman of th?* factors girl.?. Both gase their li\en to sac? as many of their ?barges as \sa? possible. Besides the Wagner OomBBlttee in .|iitrs. investigation of the fa?-t??ry flr?* will b?1 conducted by the Coroner of Broom*? County and by the State Fu? Marahal'g <?fl.ee. GAVE LIVES TO SAVE FELLOW EMPLOYES Foreman and Forewoman Sacri? ficed Themselves in Hurry? ing Girls from Factory. I Ils Teleji-mph to Tli? Trlhune. ] Ringhatiiton. If. V. July -.3. -A group of eleven bodies huildled around a .barred form, Identified by Jesvclry aa that "f Miss Nellie Connor. s\as un covered thlfl evenin? by laborers svork bag m the still .?moklns ruins of the Hlnghamton ?'???thing Company's oser all fa? tors in Wall street. i m os ??is side ssords of praise are heard f?>r the heroism of Miss Connor ssho ssas forewomafl In the factory, and s? ho sacrificed her own life to vii' tho gii'.s in her charge. Miss Connor ssas on?- of the first to leach the d<>or of safety sshen the alarm of Mr. s?.unded throughout th? building. Back of her was a throm, of excited lilla, hesitating to make t.te ?iash through the thick nmoke. "Hurry, girls." ?he cried, "it is .11 right if sou hurry." Then standing aside she urged girl after girl through the dourssay dosvn the Main; until it was too late for h.r to ko h? is If. Th?-n i.ilmls the forewoman ssalted until those <>n the stairs ab-.s?? her had returned t?> the mpnmt Moor to tight for lif?' ?rn the lire escape or to plun??_ through the windows to the ground. Reed B. Freeman, president of th?