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atri&tm* voi, lxxiii ...N<>. s-u-33. I a daj . raln. lo m'.ri.m. fair um! col.ln. VEW-YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914. * a PRICE ONE CENT ' n l IIj of New Vork. Newark. Jeraer f llr aad ItoraokeB. KI.t-MtllKRI*. TWO CEMTS HUERTA NIPS NEW ARMY PLOT; LEADERS SHOT Conspirators Caught in Yilla.ee Rcndezvous NeartheCapital. ES( \PE OF SOME M ARMS C1TIZENS Troops Held Under Arms in Mexico City in Fear of Outbrcak. ACCUS! OUATI iMALANS Dicta' \ncr> al President Cabrtra and Artned Clash Rrheved Imminent. ... I . IS up offirers - hurl - -' ? .- -? -. rators - '? ? mlles nnrirt r>f ih" ? I of troops ? on the ... er arras to-i Ifht f< | ave bcf n ar me move e mornlng. ? the pslac* waa In ? top h a - ? ? ? to-nll neetlna *vaa l 1 ,- growla - aicUtor. n turnerl , Cabrera ol ? ii gtving practlcal th< ' nstltut ? .. | . ? i ? ? con - temsJa and I tlva , | ? ,-? nt in the ? ' lm gernts of the fl lerta ?nmetit in '-' ? ? nstitutlona - ' perfi ted ihrre thelr plani v i< Btan anri Carnpeche x --I ? it ni.'le?tati'.n from I . ? ' toi ??'.' Hrcurtl f tl rei ': 'h'" ,,'? . ? ir-'l iatd* ? r . i. ? . ?? ? Pi ? ent Ca Curla I iup n ? hen - of ntai thati luati ma ? ? - --. ..nd p?ae. Ilflh < i.lumn. This Morning's News. LOCAL Tace x* - er KUls ? Ofnait . l PlOl ! Otind. 1 )"i a I ror a Raphael . l :? . 1 2 ; ....^ Whitman. 2 B. S M 2 U ? I'raiH. 3 Li*. 3 a M. teefl 4 m ? bi 5 - Grand .lury. ... 5 nn\ Miin Ma) Buccei i Bustla.. 5 . 5 "? i oijrt. ... 5 v ? 11 ;, -? e . 5 ?!..'? II -eum.18 Tl,ea?re T 81 .18 H... BlS) f* I OOt.IB .. 14.18 OEH-BaX.. . 1 . 1 irn. l Unpald.. a '?C *1< 2 I StS B ToitS. . . 4 BM r.ind Bars. . 4 ... 4 ... 4 rOBEIOB* tiei ... 3 . 3 . 3 *-USCE__A**EOUS. 4 Hlia-r*a| g 7 7 "?.'.'.??.?.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'?.'." 8 I 0 ? Keera . ? ,ax 10 ' ? Wi 1 ? n 'I *^ Market, ia. 13 14 ' I . | . I4 _ FALL KILLS LECTURER R. F Johnson Drops 10 Stories Down Elevator Shaft. I i - h B. Claflln i Co. mi'i ,i1(, ; ? >. Btumbled ini<< M x Tem* ? ., n -..'I lea lo tha boi t.iiii H< 8 ll*B? With half ? n frlends ' Of th* >dg? When he gol the doora nd the floor of the Be his frlends could - bi ba nto tha ?>'??"? j itrlpped off b] R ? \ ' re No. u DIES IN FLAME OF LAMP Girl Supposed to Have Fainted and Pulled Cloth Off Table. i tii \4 hlch ahe -\a^ : ;.. x, ri to 1 ?" ia* d ln ! from burnipg laal j I t of K f No. 1-161 ?. ? \\ llaraal irg ? flfamlly aren | the eaen iu al oui 10 o'i lock. Thf nd aa Mra. Dieta, a x-r.n 8?id - tered tha dlnlng r>>. tn they Btumbled over thf* srirl'a bodj Wrarpped aboul 11 ware nanta of a table ? ? ? Dieta had an atta* a of falntlng and pll I ? I forward ragglng thr cloth and a keroaene lamp ? the door. X*B8 ? ' out, arlth a a fear CELL FOR AERONAUT WHO LET FISTS FLY Law, Who Did Modern Brodic Off Bridge, Comes Cropper When Me Ligflts on Sleuth. Law, parachute Jumi r, ? . man projectlle and al] . rede*. 11, w ho has taken bo many chancaa thal his "jinx" ic ughly dla* ouraged, took one I ? . -? ? H< ? hance on hla abillty to Jamea Mahoney in a hand-to-hand flghl and landed ln a cell in the Wonl 37th atreei pollce atation, harg'.i with altemplrd felonfoua Bl and carrying concea ed 44. g**ona>j The acuffla occurred In the offlcea af taon P. Ryttenberg, ;i movlng | I a' No. '-"-'?' Weat 4'_'d a few da) s ago, ac< ordli the pollce, Laar 'p!,r''<'''''i there and rta h he aaid Rytten 1 him. He dldn't get it and thraaten t ha a k and "do ? Lai ? .. v rea ppeared al the ti'm man'a offl* f-. H? had with hnn ? ie ' oung *_-iii with whom he took a parachute drop off Williamaburg Bridge Thuraday af ternoon. When Ryttenberg came out Law, h< aajc. r<* ? 1 argurnent In BU* h a belliger 1 hai h?*- da* meil it beal to . dld, . alllng up 1 hi polll e. Ilahoney, thf* datactlve, hurrled over ft'.m the atation house. He entered the . showed Law his shield and told him hr- was und'r arrest. !...n, he aaya, al onci tackled him. atid the two i\ent to the floor, upsetting k and .ifiuKinc both contastanta with the .--.?? ? nk bottle. in the ? ' ' inter, Ifahoney Law tried to uae a knife, bul the deteel . ? -I handcuffa * ti him an.i the fl| oy. Laa wai aa calra aa If he were about to dlve off the Woolwortl towar when . ent* r' 'I the station house. When the . nanl asked him w hai hia oc< tlon 4\.i ? g bridgi lumper ! through hii - ? Dd ink and ?naw ar* d, "I'm a nut." Th.* Ileutenanl dldn t dlapute it, an.i Laa wa* I* ?) 1144 ay t<> a > ? iu ?'.:'?. ln Ji IT* raon Marki I pollce ? ? SNOWENTOMBSFOUR IN TENT A WEEK HuntinK Party I orccd to Dig 50-Foot Tunnel to Re *?jain Liberty. ? ,.,., v. ?-. i. <; Maroon* d by a ? i: D Haw .... Baati rn banker, and thr*-. 1 . na ..11 a ii intlng trip, wee*a f* ? d t0 x, tanl "ti o?e "f peaka of tha r**66ivln8 llountaiin he part) :? b< had hara to-day. The inowatonn waa ao a* vere that ' tha men wera obllgi .1 to n maln In j then t.-nt until theii rlaloni ran ; (llJt ? .:, dui a tunnel flftj, ?,,! .1 in kiiiing B***aia < >ne of Ihe pai ty fi II at? ? : ', e 8?4 ' Mountain ltoa_ prowled aboul the BO . v. 11 patM tr.it' >l Hit." 'he tunnel, t? ? 11 ware drlven h.mi). Egg Loose in Mail Ba?. lha 1 Moot* lali N ' ' ?? ' * "'? ??? la a " ??>? ' !'?'" ? und in the bott* n ? ? ? kr<l ?ii,, 1 "f cardboard 44a* tlafl arlth heavj .I. bul a cornst had , ,iH., . mlttini ? ??*.?' i" roll into i< k ARMENIAN REFUSED TO KILL; IS SHOT Ordered lo Murder His Renefaclor by Tro shagian Society. TOLD KARACjHFUSIAN WAS COUNTRY'S ENEMV Warns Intended \ ictim of Plot? Whitman and Police Trail Blackmailcr. l iistrii ? .ttorne* \\ bll man bi d the ] police of thiv elty, Philadeldhls snd h | oosen other clttes sr* Invrstigatlng th*; | att< mpti d murder of Ai mensg K ? poor Ai mi nlan, arho refused lo | Iclll Mtrian* Karaghi nalan, a mtllion ?. ? | importei In this rfty. t lian \4iir- attacked ln a auburb o( IVi I Phlladi Iphla bj membera of Ihi Troa | . ,.;-,;. , - hs .-'I dlsobt j ? d ?mn ls now in the Homoeopathlc Hospital v Ith a bullei around In hia men He waa brought here lo sld thr Dlstiici Attorne) in his aearch for the bla< kmallers. Kaaaiian hsd bei n r ? ked lo kill Karagheualsn. Ksragheualan had ln tiiended hlm Issl fall when he arrlved here, i.r and fiiendless, so when or dered to kill he refused, and warned th" ;nt. r d< 'l 1 li tlm. wii. -ir Kazarian srrlved sl Ellia I Island laal fall he wsa helped bj . Karaghi isian, Karagheusian's death' wai ordered to Impres* other .1 an millionairaa In ihis citj | wlth the s Isdom of ? omplylng with j demsnda of the blsckmallers. ; Among those whom It waa .-",147111 to Impresa were Homantian Gulbenkian. oa Kasanjlan, Armen P. Olean ; members of the B'ealth* CostIkylan j family, and other Armenlana of iesa wealth but equsl promlnence. Though those who recelved demanda and threata are keeping theli own counse! ; by ad*, i.e of the authoi Ith 1 ad Blitted thnt the Bltuatlon 18 BS 81 I i's in 1907, when the murder of H" ?/annei B Ti vshsnjlan In Union Bquare >n Julj 22 led to the end of the Hun ' hakist s. b n englne for Inter natlona] blackmaiL Tavehanjian waa murdered by Bedroa Hampaartaoomian, ing tmmipranf like Kasarlan, to force other Armenlana to pay trtbute. Took Secrets to the Ciair. rlampartzoomian waa pot to death, takitig thr ^r'rrt~, tjt thr pfotteri lo ihe ottaht .Mlh him. I>at'r I'athet _| - ,i rtogeasfan, an uts/rocked Ar menlan prlest, *gnom Wlttlam Travara .Tfi^me. then Dlstrict Attornay, tried ; ln valn to conaeet wlth the murder of Tavshanjian, .\nv oonvlcted of at tcniptinar to rxtort |10,000 from riomar tian Gulbenkian, and Benl to Blng Blng f,,r two years and aeven montha He v as srrested a? he irft piison, August LT. 19l't. on 8 siinllar charga bul after a ftw wea>ks was released it was un deretood at the time thnt he had prom laed to lcsve New York in conslderatlon of a ?ni"ll pension, and ",as last heard from ln Los Angelea where th'r<- i a larpe Armeniaa coli Dlttricl Attorney Whitman refused t,, dlscusa the Karagheualan h is belng handio.i by Robeti B, Manley, his aaststant, who proaecuted the Tavshanjian casea and nhn haa a wide acqualntanci in the Anneniaa colony. The Wfltrlct Attorne: said the InvestlgatJoa had reached such a delicate ?tape thnt to dlscusa it might defeat lustlca. Karagheuslan "as equal!** retlcent. He admltted, hou ever, that threata had been made and that bo knew about Kasavlan's ca i The Karagheuslan caae waa first ,-aiied to Ihe sttentlon of th? Dlstricl Attorne) in December bj s lawysi repreeentlng one of the men throat rnerl. He siiid the old Hutn hakist gang had bagun operatini agaln, under th. name of the Troshaglan, an Armanlan patiiotic soclety, with headqtaartera in i;, nei b and branches all over the ?x, orld At thal time the caae had not rearhe.i the threatentng sta?<.. t"it when the men showed no tendenoy to paj up the lettera aaattmad a more threatcnlng t"t'r. but tho leading Ar? menlana a?rred to stand tOgflther and refused to be blactanallad, Karagheu binn !>. ing the leader In thla atand. Plotters Go to Philadelph.a. Thua far the consplratora had beon pperatlng ;n thla city, but for Utatr own aafetj declded to mpve to Phlla? delphla. There young Kaaarlan Jvlnad them, and on December 10 he racelved a . Bll tn attend ? meeting. There, aocwrdlng to hia stot p met jflfteen men ho had never aoen bafora, told hlm he had baan aalactad t" ' "remove" a traltor who had stnsssed mllllona by the sale ,->r tha producta "f 11| natlvs land, bul had become doaf t.. ries for aid and waa aasistlnf tn . akable Turk. Kasarlan was prontised mone* f"t dolng the work and every aaststancc in making bls escape. W sva*r-**Uil_| ; falled he wsa asa i< d that I la lamlly n-ould bi provlded foi and he *rouM go filstoi bs fl patrlot. ?\Vh" is 'be man"' Kazarian SSkfld. BJlrtam Kniaf-heu-i.-.n,'' BBld the .P,,k. aman. Kasarlan roftised to Wll Karagheu a|an on the around that he o-miM r*ot miure a man s-ho had helped Mra aad brothera ??? -?-*- ***** **n uua' taken ln claaslng IU-ra**rheuslan :,s ? |raltor :1,..,, urged that bls death wouH ,,. , caumlty To this thai raaMi I ,i,a, ,h.- order bad been Issued bj the < onllnued *>a -?-eond pafe, --*. oad r?l..ma. I MRS. IiARTJE WEDS SON'S SCHOOLMATE Pittsburgtl /Viillionaire's I)i vorced Wife. 40; New Husband, 20. 1EISSTANLEY HOWARD, A N. Y. BROKER'S SON Pair l.cading thr Simple l.ifc in California Marriai*e Was Scc ret. ? . Paaadi ita Cal, Pab. ?;. Ifra, Mary Bcotl Hartje dl* or* ed a Ife of A ug - tus HartJ* a Pittaburgh mllllonalre, aaid to-da* thal Bhe was marrled bc . n i-.i'i iar* i i" Btanlej How? ard, Bon of ' wealth) New Tork hroker, nnd a chum and claaamate uf I,, r aon, B< ol Hai 11* Mra, Hoa ird la fortj yeara old and hrr naw huaband is JUBI half ln ? The Hartje divorce caae waa a moal i one. Hartje broughl auit, hargi - linklni la a ife'a nani ? 44 .tii thoa* '?' b n* gro i hauffi ar and a 44iiit<- coachman both In his employ. Theae accuaatlona wer* provad to unfounded, and thi negro waa victed of perjury, whlle the coachman fled abroad after admitting that hia teatlmon) waa fai i Divorce Cost Hartje $600,000. Hartje loal hla caae and hla wi*? at ? m ? instll utad eiilt for divorce and \.,m re* .'Ing sj.'iium*' Andren t?ar . . ix aaid to have been one of thoae who provlded monej t'. enable Mra, HartJ* i" flghl her huaband In th.* . ourta The eaat I aaid to ha e i oal ii.iti.i-* $600,000, in a little bungaloa a! No. 573 North Lake atreei Mra. Hartje Howard,-.noted for hei love <>f luxur) and brilllanl manner <>f living, was found ;??-ia> t- aahing dlehee. She i- foHowlng tl "aimpl* llfe." As <t Bh< haa no aervanta. With aer in hei new hom* BM ln r :.4.i children, Si.it l ;;ii<] Mar'. wtlOOC \4aiin friend* ahlp for their young atepfather flrat broughl Mrs. Hartje and Howard to get her. "Tea, we are marrled,'' ."anl the brida I aaid when i gol my divorce thai i would never marry again, hut lhat was beaaiige i was verj unhappy. Noa l ii I- t!? i t1 happy. "My iiiai-l i" on h.*i wa) to Joifl n>e irmii Pittaburgh; boi i enjo) tlns -a i so noveL ^re are living aimply, hut wi are j oung a*id we int* nd io get out an?i ha* e n good tlm*. No hone: moon irip followad thequiel wedding ceremony performed aacretl) b) the Rei Matthew Hughea at tha MethodJat Church ..f I'asadana. Only thr bride'a children wera preaent Mrs. Hartje mai young Howard at Allen town, Penn., where she had a Bummer home and where Howard'a rei atlvea llved. rhah* acqualntanca npi-ned Into lova, an.i when Mra Hartje and hl i 'hildrrn came h.'re a month aK" from the Baal Howard la s*nl t" have ani\"tl on th* same train. Howard and hia Btepchlldren ar> \4,-inti frienda A quiel wedding was a-.''fe(| upon and ihr marriage licenae was aecured aa . retly, Ifra. Hartje ualng her n.aiden pame and glvmg her agf* as thirty. Howard also gave hia hr" as thirty. Than came their \isit t<> tiie home ..f r?r. Hughea, In Paaadena, their quiet wedding there and their intentlon to mak* v.>* idena their home. Howard li waa announced to-day. will enter businasa in Paaadena, Divorce Suit Lasted Five Yeara. The maiital troublea ?f the Hartjea ware aired ln the Pennaylvanla courta for nearly llie yaara and Hartje waa . .ii cbargad with trylng to get a blll ihiongh the atate Leglalatura to aid him In obtainlng ? divorce d*Bcree. Chargea ware made agalnal laaryara connacted with the caae, '"it were T.r.s,. pui hed a prominenl Pitts burgh lawyer faiied i" wln the offloa of Diatrlcl Attorney as a reaull of his . ..ri ? tlon w ith the case. iiartjf himaelf waa Bhunned by Pittaburgh aoclaty after he a*K_aed his Wife ol mtiliiHry with B n-gro and many prominenl men offered her father larga suma of money to aid har t.. flght Hartje in ihf i<>urt.-. Mrs Mary Bcotl Hartje and her cMMren wara gueata al the Hotel Mar Iseille here until Bhortly balora laal ichristmas. Stanley Howard. who I h\,-d with his paranta, Mr, an-i Mra. . Pioyd Howard, al rfo. 100 Waal 13*'.th i sti, ei, was a fraquan! tiaitoi' fo ihe . hoiei. Th.- B_nounoemenl of the wiaddlng ; 4\a> re* eh - 'i with rarprlaa at the hotel, as it had heen Uaoughl thara ' thal Howard was attentlve to Mn HarUa'a daughter. Mary LOUUM I HartJ' The Children are almost as ; Old as tl air -tepfathn. Howard and Mra Hartja'a ton,Bcott, ? .I, . laaamataa al Ptin* "ton, and it ,44,.- *_roiigdi H ."' Hartje that the Coupta met. The Hartj..- wpie niarnrd Ifl 1S'.H. |t?I >>ar ll.'wari) 61?1 b**W"B, and lued , tog* Ht i until U)*m; Women in Turkish University. loaidon i ? I l _apai a ta "Th** J i;,il 'I'. !, g| |ph fnnii < ?..nstatitin ?I'ir* .innoun. ea tliat B .l?-.'l"i"'< ha*. !?? - reaehed t" a.imit Turklah woman la the . ? w bare aaaclal laeturaa aa h) - giene, ?-? atm elag domi itl< ai aaoin,. Brlence and wontia'a rlghta will he de IKeierl fnr their I'eneflt. HUERTA WELCOMES TRIBUNE'S INQUIRY In response to the cable message of The Tribune informing him that this newspapet had, at his invitation. commissioned Philip H. Patchin, a stafi correspondent, to go to Mexico and make a complete and impartial investigation of the situation in that rcpublic. President Huerta last night transmitted the follow? ing acknowledgment through The Tribune's regular correspon? dent in Mexico City: National Palace, Mexico City, February 6. The Tribune. New York: You can send a representative of your important publication with the understanding that you will rind in this republic all facilities for complete information, and that he will have at his disposal all the means that may be neces sary to your investigation. V. HUERTA. OVER $500,000 . BUYSARAPHAEL i P. A. B. Widener Purchases 14 Madonna " ? Kngland Tried to Oet Picture. i lt became known last night thal the ifamous painting, Madonna snd Child," Ib) Raphael, had heen boughl from D_* veen Brothi ra oi this ell , bj P v B ' Widener, of Phlladelphla, for a prl ? ' said ie he in ezcess of 1500,000 The painting was formerly In the col ! lerti'.n of Barl Cowper, snd Its sale al ! the price quoted constituti i the most , important slngli arl trahaai tion evar made in ihe i nlted Btatea. "The MH," i.r Rembrandt'a masterplecea held ! tho fonner rei ord of 1*00,., also paid r, Mr. ?? Idi ti'-r. The Raphael painting onlj recentlj ?? ib broughl to this country from Bng land, arhere il sras boughl from ths I Desborough farally last November by the Duveena al a price reputed to bs . more than loOO.lSJO. The National aaller) In London araa ' in the markel for the pietura, but funds Bufllcienl for its purcbase could nol i? , ollected. The Bngtlsh pn bb protested Btrongl) at ths tlass igainflt the loss of the Mad"tina. B) tho arrangementa of the sale, Du veen Brothers r/lll exhlblt the picture :n thelr art gallerles, at Na T_-. Flfth avenue, next January. The "Pana* hanger Madonna," as the painting is also knoarn, was palnted about 150G. Raphael e/ata onl: twanty-two years r.i.i grhan thia picture*. prehaMii his greatesl *vork, araa created bj his brush. Tiie palntlni la on ? aanel twenty-four Inches in height and eav enteen Inchea In width. The pand is ,.,, inches thlck. Orlglnally ownad h\ fJeorjre Nassau. thlrd Karl rov.per, when he was Britlsh Minister at r'lor enre, in 1710, II has ftequently heen reproducad. The picture, deacrlbed bj Morell, the leading authority on Raphael, aa "the lovellest of all Raphael'a Madimnas," li of tha early ilorentlne period of the psinter-a lifa The colorlng is beautl fUi. the Madonna belng dresflfld in red with ? blue inantle, llned arlth green, looaely thrown sboul her walal and over her kneefl The naked Child she holda "ti her lefl arrn, Th, background lr- one of the atrlk Ing featurea of thi painting. On tho i.?., (j Been ?> alndlng rlver, flotving be? tween arooded banks to the hllls. On the righl the church of Bsn Bernadlno, arlth Ita dom* and campanlle, is seen, sundlng under a brlllianl-sunshine and M almoal cloudlesa sk> of egqulslte, ioftl) Bhaded blue. it ia unde**stc-od thal Mr. Widener ln tends thal the puhlic Bhall eventuaUy , njoj his art collectlon and thal the "Pashanger Madonna" and The Miii" aill ultimately revert to the ,....; l< FIRE MENACES RICH HOME Elaborate Furnishings of Car penter House Taken to Street. pire dis[,".-.-ess..,i Mrs. Mlles Car? penter and her daughter, Mlaa Marla Carpanter, from thelr hoaae, at Na "4 East Mtb street. early thla morning, after nremen and ihe pollce had prac , ti'-a!!' stri|'P'"t thS lower part of 'he houai of thousanda of doliars' worth j of palntlnga ""hi. h sreri ? a-rried to the Btreet in saf-1> Mi*s Carpentei amelled amoke a ut tie nfter mldnlght, and found oni end of the kltchen in fiamrs. Bhe aum* irrnned the flremen hy telcphone. a baav) sralaut cheal <>t -rtiver ?as carrled out by the maida and Mrs. rarpenter then hesought the flremen tq .ave a Peratan rng of great ralus from the lll.ra.ry. By tha time this n;? got OUl the rlr.' had heen quenchsd. NEWPORT GETS WHITMAN Deeds Flled for Sumraer Home for District Attorney. ? | Ti *S*M8 to Thi Kewport R. L, P**a. I Charles B. \ Whitman. Ihstri't Attorne) of WflB Tork. became to-da) the po?8?or of . - imraat bosne here in Ocean aveaua -ittorneya flctlng far Artbui C ? Jamas flled for raeosd dseds to Mr. Whitman ot the SO*-C_lled HlStSd BtudlO property, at Prlofl'a Week, oerrtalnlng fl\e a' re? C_**T*BntsrS and decoratora are al .r..\.. -i. ?...!'. BB fh? place, and it ia to he much improved \>y Mr. Whltrnan. Th?- Btaall BtOB-8 h'Hise rflSSBBbUng an Engllah c-astle, i* behng remodelled. it ls 'inderst'xid liiat the i>ropert\ is B ?Ul from Mr Tflmitfl tO Mr Whitman. They '.x ere college rhum? at Amherat. WILSON DECLARES FREE TOLLS WRONG Prcsident Calls Exemption of American Shipping a Mistake. Baltimore Pab fl Preaidenl Wood ? ? Wilson, ln a letter to William _ Marbury, of thia dty, whlch wlll h<* publlahed ln "The Baltimore Sun" to? morrow, aaya thal ihr- exemption of American **oaatwiae ihipping from Panama Canal tolla "conatltutea a rery I mlatakan policy, from every point of ? viaw," and "beneflta for the preaent al am rate, only a monopol) Thf* Preaidenl also pays i hlgh trtb ,, of BUti Bryan, who. he aaya deaervea "nol only our con I fldence bul our affectlonate admlra | tton " Tin* letter aaya: ? u Ith r< xx-ar.i to the queation of i ana' tolla my opinion la veri clear. The exemption conatltutea d very mlatakan policy fn.m every point of vlew. I* la economically unjuat; as .-i matter of *,". t. it beneflta for thf* preaent, at any ratf. only a monopoly, and it seems to me. in clear violatlon of the terma of the Hay-Paunci fote treat], "Thfte ia of courae. much honeal dlf f. rance -.f opinion aa to the laal point, n- there Ls, no doubt, aa to the othara: 1,1,1 it |?.al kast debatable, and if the promlaea we make In sueh mattera arf* debatable, I for <>tie do not rare to da bate ih-m. i think the eountry would prefer to let no quaatlon arlae a? to its wholehearted purpoaa to redaem Ita promlaea in the light of am reasonahle trUCtion of ihem ra'hor than de bete a point of honor. i "Tour referenee to the Se?Tetary of state =hows ho44- comprehenslvely you hava lookad <-n dorlng ihf* laat few j months. Not <>n!> have Mr. Bryans charaotar, his Juatlce, his Btncertty, hla Itransparent Integrity, his Chrlatlan principlea, made a deep impresslon upon all with wltOni he h8J dealt. hut his tacl in daallng with man ol many s..rts. his capadtj for bualneaa, his maatery of the principlea of each mat? ter he ha-- baen callad upon to deal with. ha4** daared away man) a <hf CUlty and haif given to the policy of thf* State Department a deflnltene* ind dlgnlt) tha' are veiy admirahie. ??[ nead nol >.*> whal plaaaura and jprofll i. myaelf, have taken from eiose 1 aaaociation alth Mr Bryan, or how ' thoroughly he has aaamed to all of ua wh<> ara aaaoclated with him n*-i. deaerve not only our ronfldanca, hut our affectlonate admlrathna." a - GOT RICH ON $2 A DAY Watchroan Who Lived on Bread and Onions, Saved $60,000. )?. felea -1 ' * ' ' ?' "rtrasaaa t \o., Britaln, Conn . i''rh. fi - Never earnlng more than 12 a day, r_trick Coughlin, a recluaa, lef! a fortuna Bank luooka Bhowlng depoalta of $37.?.. have i.em dla**ovat*ad In a hut he ocamplad, a,nd this wlth his property holdlnga wlll total ^;".,inn Coughlin waa a watchmavn, aad rala tlvea aay he subaleted aln*rOat entlraly on i.rra.i and onlona Twant) naphawa .;.,,] ,,??, , | will inhent his weatth, H* eeventy-four yeara oi.i. -B - CRAZED FATHER IS HELD FOR CRUELTY i Little Son Hc Chained and Bcat Brutally Saved by Young Sister's Screams. Paaaal* S. J., Pab. ?'.. Ona 4 tha :,Aorst raaea of erualty to chlMran on : the paii of a lath.-r was 06*4*88*6-1 to th8 attention of th.- poHce this mtttuTmOOn ; l,y tiie arrest of Krnesf Ku-zm, if N'o. i 1 I*! 2d .**tr?et. accordlng to the nlna-year-old s"n. ; Brneat and l^rancaa the f<-ni**tfcn-year? lold daughter of tha p-rlao*Mr, th<-ir !f,itiif*r cama home this afternoon ahow t ing that lu- had been dnnklng. They jaa] h<* baat the iad unmarclfully, tftar chalnlng hia handa togather and tying him t.< .. bad. a Blater trted to aaaa her ??:??? Lut ahe aaya th* father trted to irag Bd tO 1*8 h'-r al-... ' i i I ams and thoae nf the DO) w . ? . : haard bj a pollcaman, who hr.'k* into ith.- houaa and arrested KUCSi_ Kucain loaI haa wfcfa ahout thr.-* [moatha ago aii'l sin-e then the n.-igh i bora say he haa actad Btrangi ly. Glynn to Confer with Wilson. M'aahlngton, ft?? i tJaaroanor *;i>nn uii eonfer aith r*raaldanl WUaea nexl ... ||i Olynn wiii attend :* hearlng control of Nlagara Rtvat power, and titleeii miriiit.-s on thr r.-i.l.nt's culeti dai have beea rea?a""***8d '"f ,;im VEEED VISITOR SLAYS WOMAN IN NEWARK Mrs. Harriet Manning Shot Down by Caller in Dark Parlor of Home. HUSBAND AND GIRL TAKEN, THEN FREED Slayer Escapes, Leaving Gun and Wet Umbrella Only Clews to Identity. ARRESTS IN MONTCLAIR Mother and Sister of Murdered Wife Qucstioncd for Many Hours by Police. nn- of the strangesi murders ????ith arhlch the Newaj-k pollce havi heen ronfromed bi years occurred early laet night, when a young vKinwn was flhOt .i- har mother'a home \,\ a strange \> oman arho aras admltted to the house a few minutea before snd escap d. Mrs. Harnet Mannlng, twenty-eight -earn "id. separated from her husband, \4h.i ni s.ud to bs employed ln a Mont garage, ?:iv kllled ln the parlor 6t the home .,f ber nsother, Mrs. Herrlei Cobb, at No. 219 Warren Btreet ? I ui an adjotning i"..m a'ere 'he mother and Mrs. Wllliam Rlley, 8 BiSter, also living apaii from her huaband The poltri e th;s BVOning arresfed Chartes I. Mannlng, huaband "f 'he murdered woman. at Verona. Manning is propiietor of the ifountalnaide Qs rage, in that place He and hia aiffl have nol llved together for two years, and he aaya he wsa getting evidence against her with the Ides <-f bringUtg ,in s< tion for divorce. The police admltted i arlj thla bh>tti? Ing thal thej had also srrested a wom an uhose name they refui flve. Bl connectlon with the murder of M:s Mannlng They arreated the aoman in or near MontciaJr about the time they plared Mannlng under srreat. They ladmil the two were ii"t msethct when nrrested. The two -.ere leleaaed later. ii the poii-e saylng there araa ao e< Idence \| on whlch to hoid tlu Bl There are Btt-TagB testurea of ,ase arhlch th<- detectlvea ar- at work trylng to have eaplalned Mrs. Cobb and Mrs. Rlley, the enty peraons thua far from eraom the pollce i ould |el sm information, are under aitest. The Btory of the murder was teUited lv Mrs. Cobb and in s'.me d< tails was , orroborated bj Mra, Rllay. Accord? lng tO their statements. Mrs. Matitung waa washlng in the kltchen when Utere was b rlng Bl th.- front door ball Mra, Rlley snswered the rlng. As she opened the front door, accordlag to her ?tory, a woman wearltu- 8 lOOg gray ralncoat, a small bla* k bal and s vsil ssked lf Mra Mannlng araa n_ Mra, RUe* repliad ln the arh>r_atlvfl asss nsked f"t the * urttor'a name. ? i?h, Just tell her tt is her frisnd fmm Phlladelphla." the woman rephed, Bl - cordlng to Mrs. Rlley, "-ind she wlll know." Mrs. Rlley Invlted the vtsttOT Into the. parlor. whlch was in darknc?s. went t-. the kit' hen. and repeated to her sister what the stranger had told her. Mrs. Ifanning arranged her halr and <Moth itiK. apparently pUBSled as tO who her caller mifcht he. .\? *>h? entered the parlor. Mrs. *'ohh and Mrs. Rlley said, Mrs. Mannlng Inqulred who was there. "Don'l you know me?" hoth women de. lared thej heard the l lattor an.-wer. WhereopOB Mrs. Mannlng asked her vlsltor to wait until 8he pro.-irod h liKht Mrs. Manning had stun k a mat'-h and was ahOUl to light the g-as, v. hen a shot was hesrd Mrn. Cobb and Mrs. Rilay, the latter With her two-\ear-old daughter E.e Ivn. ran lo ihe parlor as B BBOOSad shot pounded. As they reachefl tiie door, nn hoth wimen said. there were two more | shots in rapM sucoas-ion. the vssltor almlng ai them. Mts. Cobb and Mrs. Rile\ ran from the house to that <.f Mrs. l-elia. Mur ray, Beai door, whlle a asembec of M*-s. Ifurray's famlly hurrfed out m Ket a poii. eman. l'atrolman Kran. Fariell was SbOUt a DlOCk away. B_flJ hastened to the I'ohh home. He found Mrs. Manning in a kneellng positton. her head partt) huried in a couch. BRflfl was dead. She had been shot through th.- head. a hullet enterim*. t.ehind her loft ear. The bullets whlch Mrs. Cobb and Mrs Rllay declared were flred at them I Were found imhedded ln the wall of the [parlor, one bavlag pa?sd through a [pietura near the door, to whlch the ' women say they raa arhea the m-.t ?hot \xa- flred. A sear.-h dtflClOBBd Ih.; .*** volver from whlc' the shots had bee.i Iftrad l>ing in the hallway l.ehind tlie fr.mt door. whi'h had been flung open. pi-.Hiur.at.i\ by th.- murderer as *?he mad.- hSff es'ape. ln th?- parlor i-r&a fouad i wet umbrella. whl< h the vislto . -,ud t-> ha\e ra. ried. Bayoad t ?? B_p*rrllc8al <!<-*. nption j-i\en bj Mra Rilej of the slayer .1? her sist.-r tn.- deteett*, ? ? could K>t no'h Ing m ths shaps of a deflnlte clew. No OM 8>Ul Mts. CObb md Mrs. Rlley ? ou'd bs fouad wh'> -au th- wtnan .-nter or !> a\ ?? th<- linusi . Mr* r..bb ami Mrs. Rllej w re re teased s<.?>n after mlilnight.