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'. : r'.xtit. 1014. by The Trlhune AawKlatlon 1 WEATHER To-day ?JondT, probably now. TEMPFRATVRF VF.STKROAVi High. 40; Low. 88. Full report Ptsrt II. "*age 1 ? 8, 1014?68 PAGES. PRICK FIVE CENTS. U. S. WAY SOON RECOGNIZE NEW HEAD OF MEXICO ?Washington Believes That Huerta Is About to Re? tire from Office. EXPECTS ROJAS TO BK HIS SUCCESSOR Decisive Developments Are Looked For Within the Next Ten Days. WAITING ON CARRANZA President and Hryan Hope His Commission Will Clear Up the Renton Case. [-"ro-T: The Tribune Btjresu 1 Wsehington. March 7.?Development* of a daclsivs natura are expected in the Mexican situation -within the next ten day1, tbs gen rally accepted belief here t ? ;;- being thai Hu'-rta will re? tire "temporarily" t" toad the cam? paign Betalnsl th?* revolutionary fores m Northern M i thai President gnise the provisional c ? i by Huerta'a Neu Mexico City doas step down the pr<- I? ni will be Bailor pr?sent Min? ister of Foreign . Lti<*s*J]) denied . ? ? Minent had b? sn by representa Ln regarding the oa*nlslng some s,,rt of DJD? ?t. lie gave the lni ?at<s would ? d w ithoul any diplo islon fron any other for ration officials will not ?dent and Pactrstsry are anxiously awaiting a rapoti from < ? Tatixa regarding the S. Menton, the Blitlab and the ?li-.app?arance of Gus the American, who Is be? lieved to have bean killed by order of Villa. There li a pretence of Indif? f?rence i?. ,-",..; quarters regerriin?" the activities of the commission namec by ?'arranza to inv<-stleate Benton's death and clear up the mystery about. I tut ths B ? on hopea to ? 'i from hu? by a Hatis Of i:car Satisfactory report, hh propoaed Amcri Inqulry Into Benton's ex I Hope for Rebel Vindication. r hope ?.f the President and Bryan is that ""arranra and '11 be able to vindioato them? tha ayes of foreign powers ?nth respact to ihe defiance shown to the " ? tad States after they had been ?? '<! and trusted by the admin? istre? I e*"~ery prospect that the gen? era! CJU? ' tloa of protection for American ?~ttsan ? H?;d foreigners in Mexico wi'.l il'ect of spirited debate in the r.ext Monday. Senator Bhlvely, nemb-r of the Foreign Rela? tions C ?jrirnittaa, has been In close tssjej u't-, the ?stat? Iie'.artmer? ?'n'y,--*-.-* rtri,a on ?j.p arttjal number of or Injured as recorded i '-onstil? throughout the lie H< wlU uphold the Ti's policy In the debate, Sera) M'-xIco. having ntantloa of advocating a change in policy. rltlsh subjo/t has got Into - State of Chihuahua, and "l'tit has again been ? xtend its prt'tei-tion. Rlr*a informed Becn ?t an Englishman led on nwond l>?-;e. fifth rolumti. This Morning's Sews. LOCAL. Pug? - t" eler '? Butatde. i if:'.'-. 1 I v. W. r.find. 1 ; meg Case . a - ' oil. a all. a - . 3 H P ? t. 4 ? ?- -.???. ??1,1,1'- I'ol'cy. 6 . 6 raus ... 7 I . forras.11 .ii r Kosh lar., li f'EKEEAL. r? ? H red..... 1 , t Huerta. Iu?ses ?" ! . Qy*g "Army . 3 ? 4th Birthday * 1 tie on April IT 1 rOKEIOBT. ? and. ? i- .. . 8 .-,.., 8 R t r r 9 . ? - ?4 Debut.... 9 9 t. 9 Miner: i.LAifEOUB. .10 .11 11 1 ' , . 8 ? a . 7 Part a . ? ?, . ?, ? Pai ? ? **?*-' Bstal? 1-f.rt 4 . . .1, t, 9, 4 ?nd 8 Si ??? Ma/kat? Tart 4.. i, 8, 7 CITY FEEDS WILD DUCKS Hunger Drives Flock of 1,00 Into Heart of Auburn, N. Y. I I 11 n. N V.. Mardi 7. .More th: one thouaand wild ducks have !,<?> driven by hunger from Owaaoo Lab now completely frosen over, into n he.ui of Aul,urn. They hav?. taken shelter on tl ? > River, ami ma] be seen dal ting f.1 thrown i,> them fro I homes ami factories thai line tl ka. -. MOLASSES STICKS A SHI Too Cold to Run, Vessel Can Unload, and Loses Charter. Boston, Mardi 7. The proverbk slowness ol cold molaaaes has be* d?~gnonstrated again. ?*ia s result, u tramp steamer (xls has ksil s charts si)?? ?s a tanker equipped t" dlschar? a full cargo in two d;i\--, and arriv? hen- two weeks .?go with ."h s ?,? s h > ge Ions of m,liasses. Th" cold wave thick? ned tic m? lasses Pipes were clogged, pumi made of nu:?' use and the [xla's <-r<" has worked two we. ks Instead of 1w days to discharge the freight. Th steamer is not yet ready to leave. 4? GIRL'S ABDUCTOR BOLD Father Says Man Stole Chil from Steps of Home. I*aura Nastasi, fourteen yeara old. 0 No. 19 Brown avenue, Jamaica, wa approH'-hed on the front steps of hi homo last ev?niiig I,y a jrouttg mai Who put his arm around her, dragge her down the street and foroed hi onto a trolley I ar. i: r father telephoned the police tha die had been abduct? tl. nnming Josep Lalcart, of n,,. ?;,,i Llb?Brty avenu? Brooklyn, a former employa, as he captor. ?Detectives are, looking fo Llcari. : WILSON UNKNOWN SAVE TO SALESGIRL President on Visit to Philadelphia Oculist, Walks Street Unrecognized. ' 'C'trrapli t'> Th? Trlbt. ? delphia, Edarch 7.- ?? President Wilson, who came here to-day to havf his ? . .'[-.?ned by a speclalisl walked ?!,.wti chestnut street and ur Market street, two of the city's most crowded thoroughfares, without biinK recognized by a single person, and ha ! it not been for tie keen eyes of a girl m a department store, where i"1 went t?i purchoss ?um?, hooks, it is probable the Chief Executive's Jaunt on f ... bave passed uniiotlci-,1 by everybod* except the newspaper mas who followed him. The Pl-asldant'S engagement with hi? oculist did not consume so much time as he ba'J ? xp?'?tc,l, and he determined to have a period r,f p?av just as p]:,in Woodrow Wilson, and walk the 4,!r..,t of l'hlladclphla as any other citizen might, without any one being the wiser, So, after he left the oculist's ofllce, he started down Chestnut street, accom? panied by Secretary Tumulty. No one noticed him. and no ?me gpoke t., him. Swinging into the Wananiaker ston the Prealdent ?rent direct t?, tb?- b?,ok dipHrtment. and as he stood trlancing over the volumes .-? salaagtri stepped up with, "Aren't you President Wilson?*' In an instant another customer rec? ognized the I'resilient, and SOCHI there was a small CTOWd gathered round the t?-r. Selecting "The Thirteenth Division" and "The Turn of th" Bal attrCa.*1 both by Brand Wlii tlook, th< Pr, rident lefl the store and proceeded ?lown Chestnut street to Wh streel Again tro one saw i A1 Ith street, he and S? : I??'-.- Tu? multy turned west on Market, and walke,] leisurely back to Broad Street station, looking in the shop windows arid Stopping 09 ths corners of the route. There was no d?monstration no -ign of r'-cognition until he -?sachad his private ca r. Washington, March J, President Wilson returned t., the White House at 7 o'clock to-nlghl from Philadelphia. 4TIRE^U.R^PE?TINE AT MAN WHO AIMS Bandit, Lyes Burned, Flees from Druggist Who Uses Bottled Weapon When Held Up. It. Ouatas M. KlutOW was In the 'laboratory of his drug store, al l*f?B? u 11 ?? > wei.wter avenue, last night, filling a proscription, when s tall young man enterad and stood In the middle of the Mor.- Th?- druggist thought I"' r' nised him as one ol bis customers and shouted : "Hallo, Mickey." ?Heil,.. Doe; come out." said tha young man The druggist 'lid. and saw a revolver hi f' re (,-,:. favca, In Id by a man with a bla, k silk mask. "OiVS me your" Ugan ths rob? ber, bul tl,?? druggtsi didn't wait to hear the rest. H?. grabbed the revolver and the trouble beg! n ? ? . ? and : - " ng bol Him, i?,,t: t u,?- store until the . . | .] ., bottle of turpentine and ,.(,, *rhl i' donn on the Intruder's head. ?|-i,, bottle broke? splashing turpentine In th? eyes of the inaaked man, who , .,,,,. d with pain and ran out th" 'loot i,, i-,, itera. believing in the i d .' gold fct a Set Ing irii-m.,' did it"' follow. Tin polk '? n"t'"' 'i h??' pital i" ??? Ut? U nut fog a man v. Uli t ut p, nt aie in his ey? s. ?CHURCH WELCOMES I. W. W. MEMBERS Labor Temple Lodges and Feeds "Army" of 150, Led by Hamilton. ELIZABETH G. FLYNN WITH BOUNTY SKHKERS luo Arrests Made at Open Air Meetings 60. Day Sentence for Tannenbaum Aid. Tii? ? i, of th?' chuKhes bj thi i. \v. w. ''unemployed*' xxas i"?esumed lust night, wh-sn ISO men, headed by Prank Btrong Hamilton, marched ?from Rutgers Square t<> the Labor Temple, ;.t 1-itii street and ?Second avenui ?weli ?.tin ?i u :tii food and ? heiter for tii?' ni::iit bj tin- Ret. Jonathan ? '. Day, i ?t. Da? In re eh Ina th? men, i thai thi ?Labor Temple would als be fiad to tak<- ?care of th?-in ?,n far as its eapacity permitted. Band?srlches ami coffee would i"1 served, hr gald ami thus? of the men who WtShSd to <i" bo could spend the nighl and would get brsakfasi In the morning. Nearly all of Hamilton's men t?'??k >a4vantase of the offer ami gpsnl the Tiight in the 'ivinple. Eniaabeth Qurtey Flynn was ?u th?-? crowd thai partook nf the ?min? ister's hospitality, but she departed ? arty. a large number of deti i tii ea and po lice a< companied th? men <>n their march, and weni with them itit?? the Temple, ? >i*t there was no disorder of any kind Two Youths Arrested. Th" nrro?.t <>f two youths marked the earlier activities of the 1 W. W. last night, although "free speech" wss per? mitted to flourish unabated ai the meeting in Ruttgera Bquars, Martin RudomS, eighteen years old, was taken into >SUStody at tin? RutgSTS Square meeting on a charge of drcu latlng Inflammatorj literature, and Samuel Rehrlich, seventei ? ar rested In .Printing House >9<p*ars, In i"r? ?nt of the Tribune Building, on s eh irge of disorderty conduct He was ha**angulng a ctos d on the tl erne <?f un? employment an'l the I. Vf, W. Th" "unemployed" and their sympa? thii re ni.'t m r.uiRer?- Square last evening at 6:?S0 o'clock, Toung Ru? ?loTiiir had in big possession copies of g ? ?...m' entitled "On to the House of ?????i, V- Men!'' Hiitti-n by A?i ? iph Worff following the ai*ixssl oi Tannsn baum and ins followera for Invading St. Aipiionsus's Church. Rudome passed ?me of tivse to OfRcsr Alfred Wing, Who was In [?lain etottaSS, with the remark that ?Father Schneid? er, "f Ht. Alphonsus's. had w ritten it. He was promptly arrested and iak?*n to the liadison street station by s*71ng and I>et?rCtiveg Olldea and Oir?n. Up stated that he was bOTD in 1"ranee, had no home and wm a furrier, out of employment A copj of the bylaws of the. industrial Workers of the World and a ticket t?? a hscture by Emma Ooldman wer* found on him. In muling Rudoms guilty, Mai trat?? r.?". y aaid: "i think yo i s\v;?.?ii by th? Influen?a? of i>eraons older than yourself, and I do not think you realise the groat wrong you ? re doing by ?uaralng these mllammatory circulars. You d?> nol l? ?? >"k very In? telligent, and in my opinion yon aro only a boy. i hope this will i"? a lea son t?? you, for i aurely would have senl you to the workhouse had you been ?.??1er. I fine you i."?." Rudome conferred with his friends, and thi utmost that could be raised was |4. Rudome was therefore led back to a ? ell. I. W. W. Speech Barred. Rehrlich, who stated that he wai a Rumanian, living In Brooklyn, mounted the ledge of the Benjamin Franklin ?statue, in Park Mow. about 6 o'clock and started to make tan address ii:s mention of th.? I. \V. \V. and the "mi oyed" caused Patrolman II? my ?Sellgman to warn blm and later to air? at him. A large crowd follOWSd Rehrlich to thi "Dak stre?t -station, where a charge ..i disorderty conduct irag entered sgalnst him. He was later taken t<? the nighl com t Patrolman Sellgman Bteted thai he told the youth that he might apeak on lllsm if hi want? ?1 to. but that ??win n u came t?. th" I W, \v th' i" ?????? - nothing doing." i. \\. \\. Bpeatkera w?srs not mol? s( Rutgers Bquaro, howsver, where Prank Btrong Hamilton oponed the meeting bj stating frankly that it .?..? an i. W. w. gathering; Ans-rig the] ksrs wort Elisabeth Ottrlsy Plynn, Alexander Berkman, Joseph O'Carroll ami Theodore i-'ri-eman, x. im wat ar? rested on Thursday nighl for speaking in Beward Park. The address ea were in line arith the now familiar I \Y. \V. dogma, and Mayor Mltchel and Commissioner Mc? Kay came In for particular attenUon. ' ,i.i. e|,h O'CauToll stated thai the Ms or is a "pnpl" ' The Y"'? e'were called out on two I "false alartna" during the afternoon A meeting ol I. W, W. men wus ached iiled for Union Bquars, and later rumoi had m thai thegatltrsring wouJd beheld m Rutgers Bquars, bul the police 1 at bol h plai "s lu xa lit. Sixty Day? for Wnsotaky. Isldor Wlssotsky, one ?f the "ii?-u ti Hants'' of the Tannenbaum "army.'' yesterday was rjentea-ood to sixt. days ( ?iiilinnril un ??-.iiiiil i'.'g?". third ? "lumii. TO TRY TO FLY ATLANTIC Norwei*-ian to Follow Course of Norsemsn Before Columbus. IHv TSI? grnsk to Tba Trill 11 Us] Aiigiley, March 7.-Albert Paul ?'??*:. a Norwegian aviator, announced to-,lay that he would attempt to tl v across, the Atlantic Ocean in July. He will start from some point o? the Great Lakes and follow the Greenland and Iceland tours?, travelled by the :?? men, who are allegad to have found America before Columbui trag bora. ?Paulsen saya he now has s repre? sentative In Norway who |g making ar rangements with the Norwegian gov? ernm?snt to send an army offl<*er aith I 'm sn i i., -ft!? tii? --oven moral support, [a return for this sen says the aeroplane arill be t irned over to Norway after the m pletion of the Bight HUNGRYDOGC?USES PANIC OF SHOPPERS ?Hundreds of Women and Children Flee and Some Faint. A black and white dog that seemed to have (one long without food entered the shopping centre at Broadway, Ora? ban* and Flushing avenues. Brooklyn, at ?1 o'clock laHt night. Thousands of i ? r DM, mostly women and children, to whom late Saturday afternoon and ? ? nlng give the big opportunity of the ? week to make purchases, esere crowd" Ing In and i r ol Batterman's depart? ment stole and of the smaller near by, and from other buildings in the vicinity cam? hundreds of men ami aromen lea*, ing work for horn?'. And i as this aras s transfi r point the i rowd was the largest of the s The dog, about eighteen inches high of Indefin t< i ed until Mi? ha? i Backermuth, of No 817 ; Flushing a v w ?. |. way ear to transfer tto a 1 at >? nue ear. Hs kicked the mongrel, which ; immediately kwi its apparent spirit of lassitude and. springing ai the man. bit him in the chest it sprang at Back? ermuth again, hut he fought it off, and, Bad thai conquest laj In other quarters, the dog sped up ?Flushing ? t: ne. ir had tak? i: let i thai ntaa for the thooghts of the shoppers and I the homegoers to converge on the dog. 1 with th? -'f ' ? "ith ?b.., I white faced, had torn open hi shlit to learn - I !j wound thai . - hundred aho it 1 i?j dog!" \\'..men and children who >,.,' seen the dog's .?>' tlona or who it" cries, Sought the shelter of Stores, j and th? v pushed and Jammed one an . i hi r through doorways to et ? in this ?am?- gpace of time Flushing | .-,v enue for two bkn - I of Broad? aaa cleared of all ?jave one person, r'-old Theodore Barrica, s ho - heading for his home, at No. 711 .,' enu? Thi dog, Unding him ?. i n i ohji.i attention ai hand, went for lh'- boy Th? lore becami aware of this when | dog was within B few yards, and with his eyes popping from fear goi s- Iftly under way, arid would | i for he had mounted the steps o? t'ie apartment house where he Uves m advanc? of the dog?im?i th? ? :,n,.t, respt rid'-d 1" hi-? frenzied i. tab. Th-? dog hit him in the left arm ??nd. Theodore running ne*c1 door to the sti i.f Morris Cohen, el No. 7"". ? g av? mm. :-'ave thii mit. "Mad dog!" screamed Theodore aa h?< led Into tii" store und squirmed by Cohen, who w.,^ bel Ind n counter. : Whereupon Cohen, picking up a broom on realising tt;at the dog would prob? ably gat him sooner or lat.-r. swung the broom and tried to brine: it down on the mongrel's head Bui his aim wasn't gooti and the dog was lively, SO lively that It leaped at ?'oben ami nipped him on the right hand and then d <.ut into Flushing avenue. Patrolman Thomas Burfca had been called Into the general excitement, and he got to Cohen's store at the moment that the dog was having it. At the ; corner uf Humboldt street and Flush? ing avenue, a block fn>m Broadway, Uli I m"t, and Burke pulled his re I volver, but th-- dog Jumped away i from him and Started back to Hatter I man's Burke ran aft.-r It and overtook tho mongrel in front of the department atara. Again there was panic, and this time several women fainted In their ef? fort to tin,i safety behind the dOOra The Flushing avenue cars were halted when the motorman Of the first i ar saw the policeman holding a revolver. \-; the policeman trie.i to draw a bead on the mongrel It Jumped and bit him on the h'ft hand and then on the ' which held the revolver. As the dog slipped b.uk Burke Bred twloe,| killing the mongrel 1 >r. Cooney was summoned from St. Catharine's Hospital to attend Backer ninth, ?Barrica and Soh-n. Their ?rounds teere ~*antertsed and they did not have to go to th?' hospital SAY SIMMONS CONFESSED! Police Allege Toms River Def-1 alcation Is $16,000. Pltti '? -u -?':.. Man ir . v\ iiUstn '?'. Mtn? , alleged del i I ?. I ?tree - ?i - ..' f ? , , . ? ? Tel t ' 'um p.oiv, ,,r r.'it,- Klvsi N '. ?darted back to that to-night In i i y of a ?Jeta ? Bsforfl be b'ft Ihr citv i.nl til- police he admitted that Ms '.?.ni.?, sroold atnaunt lo $ts.?ino instssd of $1,884 Simmon?, th?. police ,?itv, has m.i'i?- ?- ?vrtttea - "ut'- s ion. JLOST CRAFT'S CREV ? HALF DEAD, SAV1 _ i Charlemagne Tower's Ci tain and 16 Men Pickec l Up Off Jersey Coast. SAY LINER HAMILTOr> DESERTED THE With Men Helpless. Stean Less than Mile Off, It Is Said, Sailed Away. ?Saved hv one of the chances of ?sea, the I aptain and sixteen msmb of the ? row of the Chajiemagne Tea Jr.. who had been ailrtft in a lifeb the ateamer foundered, on Frit! I night, were picked up yesterday by steamer Bayport off the southern co of New Jersey and taken to Newp N' ws, Va. Their res rue with that of four me j hors of tiip crew picked up by i Cedar ?'reek, n .r, Ufesavsrs on f i ?lay night, completos the number those who were on the steamer wr she $tarter! to Kink off Harnegat. N. wifti the Bayport sighted the drl Insr lifeboat those In it were helpli from Immersion and cold. POUT them ire on the verge of death. The ?"harlemagne Tower, Jr., len coaling vessel formerly used the Qreat ?Lakes, ran into rou ?? ? it her Frida; and was soon in d There was no airelsss aboa ?rnd the crow t?ri'd rocket?? for hoi hefore their signals were answer' ''?'hex- wen then six miles off Barnep Beach, nn?: the craft i aa lesJdng had \t daylight the lifeaavers of ?r*e?i Creek found four of the crew chngl to rarroclrage. The lifeboat, with Ca tain Bimmona and the rest of the ere had been blown out to sea. The Bayport slirhted them sex ?hours later. The lifeboat wan Crowd ome Of the cvrew were lying in t bottom. Survivors Checked Off. ? Who suffered rnosl ' xi ?-re Quartermaster John Dowlln ? id ?'"'ii Oreen, nroman We\ Mea man Ralph Holmes Th? ?were ???es'torcd and landed w-ii t rte others tins afternoon. Th?? survivors picked up by the Ba? port '?? ? un H C. Simmon?, Chief Et esi H. A Wilber, Secon?) Mate 1 V. :i\. -, Thirl Mate ?\ p. Whltne First '. sis ant iSriglneer Ft Albin. Set '< ??rid Asslatanl Engineer W. Dobar | Quartermasters John Dowllng and I Dohoson, M, >Dohoson, W. Walla, Lou ?Edwards, Bert AJMn Ed Kiii'on. Cec tin en, Ralph Holmes, M. Elendrtckso and W. Webb. Captain Simmons did not know < the resciif? of First < ?flicer Tttompsoi One fireman and two seamen until hi arrival in port, a^ when last seen thos men were struggling In the surf, thei small boat having been swamped. II was ." o'clock and snowing har When they saw the lights of the Bay port, and they set off a torch. Hm this not l?. ?m seen, ?'aptain Simmon said h?? and Ins m?"-n could not hay survived many more hours. In explaining the foundering- of th Charlemagne Tower. Jr.. ?'aptain Sim ?mons said that her bottom seam ?, and about 7 a. m. on Frida; ?grater poured In at such a rate that tw? hours later the ship was tilled to he upper beams. He and his men bare]; bad time to get off in the only tw? small boats the steamer carried befori she plunged to the bottom. Small Boat Picked Up. First Mate Thompson and three mei took to the small boat ami were ptckei up a few hours later. The Charle ?magne Toxver. Jr.. x\as owned by thi Southern Steamship Company and with the exception of one trip to Wil? mington. N. C, had been out of com? mission (or six years, it was said. Bh< sailed from Norfolk on March 4 with coal fur Boston. Having engine trouble, she put back into Hampton Roads, but ; ?1 out to sea later the same day. Captain M. I. Qilbert repeated last night at his home, 1*0. 888 St. Nicho? las avenue, a tragic story from Mate H. K. Thompson, Of the lost ship, of how the steamship Hamilton approached them Friday afternoon, when they were lying In an open boat a mile away and then, without slowing down. ?sheered off to seal and left them. According to ('aptain Gilbert, all bands prepared to leave the Tower as ?he was driving toward the beach, and '.hev saw a ship, which afterward ?.p.xcd to h<? the Hamilton, coming In the distance. Captain Simmons and ?;-.. aecond mate, chief engineer and members of hi? corps, M**enteen in all, took to the big lifeboat after loading It with provisions. This was begun be? fore the Hamilton came up, and so Thompoon and the three men with h'.m had but little time to go In the smaller 1 oat. The Hamilton Approaches. The steamship came nearer, and, ap parently having ehauigsd her course. Captain Simmons started toward her with the lifeboat. Three sailors, John BOi Cook and Fit/.hi;gh. remain???! wit!, Thompson, and they put off later, not waiting t?i provision their boat. IjsllSV big they were s?>on to be pi* ked up. All hands in l.'ith boats rowed out to the appr??.i. hing f/essel In the rough, ily sea. They got so near the StBSmsr. Gilbert said, that they could r?a?l her nnme, atnl were not, at the outside, more than a mtle away. T<? r*ntlnu?sd on ?sroiid p?e<? flr?t roloma. HIS TENTH RIVER RESCUE City Employe Leaps in and Saves Struggling Man. It la a cold day when Joseph lUirns. mate on the tugboat Richmond, of the Department of Docks and Ferries, doesn't leap overboard to rescue a drowning person. Sometimes It is a cold day when he does Yesterday he jumped into the chilly water to save John Qf*SSJ8, who had fallen fr?,m a scow at the foot of Kast 28th street while the Richmond was passing. Burns got his man. but he was so ex? hausted w hen he and Green wore pulled up that he had to go to Bellevue Hos? pital. Harns has made t??n reechOS and has rat rived two medals from t'ongress for doing It. ? COW CENTRE OF TRAGEDY She Is Killed; Owner Is Dying; Wife Dead; Slayer a Suicide. San Francisco. March 7.?While Tony Kip inovieh was milking his cow to? da'.. Marks Skarich. trith whom he had quarrelled over the pun hase of an or? chard, began shooting at h!m. Kllclno Vtch dodged behind the cow. Skarich shot the cow and she fell dead on top of her master. Her body protected him partially. and as he lay pinned to th?? ground Skarich shot him through the right arm, the right leg and the left hip. He Is dying. Mrs. Kllclnovbh ran to the door, and j Skarich shot her through the breast j and Bhe fell dfad. Skarich fled to his ! lodging house, locked himself In his room and committed suicide. JAIL SENTENCE FOR F. PINNEY EARLE ! Released. However, Because He Had Already Spent the Two Months in Prison. tlomorantin, Prance, March 7 Fer? dinand Pinney Karl,?, the American art Ist, and Mis? Charlotte Herman, charge,! with having kidnapped I'arle's son. Harold, from a school near Paris, were found guilty to-day after a two ? ?a- -?' trial. Karle v as sentenced to serve tw> : months l,i prison and to pay a fine of $", and lilas Herman to i month In prison and a line of |J ;?;.. Moth the r?lants were released this evening, however, in view of the fad that they j had spent the time to which they were sentenced in Jaii In advance of the trial. When Karl? denied having a-saulted | Mme. Plschbacher the won.m arose from the witness chair and adv.in, ? >1 ?toward the magistrat?-, savin-,* "Do not listen longer to the lie* Of this mam . Ii- hit me more than a thousand times " Karle replied that he als., had 8U?* fered by reason of action on the part Mm?? Kischi.a. her. '?Thereupon his former wife shouted aloud several i times that he was a liar The Judge awarded Mme Flach? hacher damages against Baris aggre I gating $1,400. Bhe had raed for f&OOO \ declaration thai Barte teas not only a criminal under the Preach law for abducting bi- son. bm vvas wholly un fit1 ?d to be th?. youth's guardian, made In court by Max Botton, the lawyer rep mssnting Mm? Flscbbacher, first wife Of Barte and mother of the b"?. appar? ently Impressed the court. M. Bottoa re ni numeroug letters to de what he deacrtbed as Karl?-- bizarre character. The mitigation of the sentence of im- j ? prisonmont under the Fr? n ii statute' lay in the dlacretton of the fridge. | Karle's lawyer in summing up de. . that his client was In his right mind. '????-?pite assertions to the contrary. He ' denied statements attacking E?artt/s ; i haracter and alleging that he was an : : immoral man. He also pointed out dif- ? ferences in the methods of educating French and American toy-- to Juatifj i the attitude and language Of Karle be I tore his son, for which Elarle hud I reproached, He requested the acquit-1 tal of Karl?- or the imposition of a nom- j linal lim, and also pleaded for the re-' base of Miss Herman, declaring that ! Bhe was in ill lu alt!.. The abduct ? young Baria ec curred last November. The lad ti.ken to Norway, where Karle and atlas Herman were arrested in January. Earle and Miss Herman wer?? brought back to ""Tance in the early part of February for trial. B. NATHAN STRAUS TO LEAVE NEW YORK Wealthy Philanthropist Will Make His Future Home in Los Angeles. [B*. T?>sraph "> The Tribun? 1-os Angeles, March 7. ? Nathan , Straus, the wealthv New York m?-r chant and philanthropist, will live per- j manently in Loa Angeles He m. this announcement to members of the ? City I'tub to-day, after he had taken I part In a debate on the question of | turning over the control of the public I utilities to the State lUnlway ?,'om mission or keeping them at home, as at present. At the conclusion of his talk Mr. Straua baid: "I will be with you all to live Just as soon as I can arrange it. and Will carry on from Ix?b Angeles the work of my future." Mr Straus's words were loudly ? heered. and he was compelled to shake hands with nearly every man present. He declared he would have more to say on the matter In a few ?lays. ? : RICH ART DEALER SUICIDE BEFORE FAMOUS RUBENS iTheron Blakeslee, De pressed by Poor Season, Shoots Self in Gallery. i FRIEND TOO LATE TO PREVENT ACT Surrounded by Paintings Valued at Million, Sends Bullet Into Brain. NOTED AS CONNOISSEUR Intimates Point to Valut? of \Vorks in Galleries as Denial of Money Worries. Th?ron J. BlaKesle?, one of the lead lng art ?Sealer? of the country, oommlt ted suicide by ?hooting himeelf in th? right temple In the ?how room of his galleries. In the Prances Building, s? No. 665 Fifth aven'te. yesterday after noon. He chose for th? se??ne of the ?ndln? of his life the room In which ?were som* of his more valuable paintings l'a? tin him M he lired the fatal ?hot ??as th. famous "Adoration of the Magi.'' b Hubens, and valued at $1i?0,000. 4 m aj Sides of him. on easels and wells. were paintings which represented mosi than ?f4"M,9M In value Among them were "Lad" Cuthca? by Raeburn, painted in 17M; '?'ountes? of Derby," by Law rein ???. Sir Ji Im Keynolds's 'TjmaXf rainier", "Madam* Ycstris," by Mm?'. VlgSe Le Itruii. a famous French painter, and ' I.ad. Campbell," by John Hoppn?*r Depressed by Poor 3?ison. Mental depression o*/er Usa poor sea .son in it drcles wen, H ami said, th? prooable came for bis --in. Li? in eon? ference with, him during the a\?fts***T?oot i.ii?! Just before his dsath were has counsel, Thsnas Darla <'f No. i." Hroad.-ay, and Dr. Paul Mers? ii. gon in-iaw of Chsrlgg Lsdslmeysr, (he Pari SI t deal? r. While it was admitted by both M 1 and Dr. Mftsi-li thai Mr. lee was heavily stocked with painting tor arbiefa I ? ?wior mai k? i their ni"ii'-tary valu?' xvas mot" thai ' half of hi? liabilities. His creditors, the principal on? Ledelmsyer, had not pre ed him foi ?sor ?sere ?nv steps b?)irigtaken t?i file r petition in bankruptcy, a.?. Ills financial standing was con there vas no rassoo Cor bun i his life. Shortly after <r> o'clock Mi RlaltOBlsa left the mom, whl?'h adjoins 'h? ajgg?! r??? m of th? galleries on the Brst floor of th?? building. He told Mr. Davla and I ?r Msrsch that he felt Indisposed and wanted to rest for a short time. Half an hour later I>r. MlISCfa opened the Bwlnglng pltsjh door int<? tin* ?how? ro??rn. He sras stSftlsd '?.? see Mr. Hlakeslee on a settee ?trtth a r< ? i a* to his head. Bef?te Dr. M<sf*Bch could prevent him Mr. BlakeP'<?x had flred thu fatal shot. BesidjOg big tWO friends. UMTS were a number of the salesmen about the gal loties, who hurried to the room from xvhi' h the report came. Mr. Blakeslee was unconscious. In his right hand Wf-? cl Itched a pearl handled revolver. A call ?res sent to taPOTOt Hospital by Traffic I'atrolman Err.iel Spies, who heard th?- report of the revolver at th* ? of rift h avenue and o2d street. The >smbuls>nce bei tns gtsJIsd in the ?now on Madison avt-nui. Ur. W. H. Avery riding on the ambulance, ?ailed to his assistance O. \V Allen, of N'o LMO Park avenue, xxho was pitas - ing In his automobile. Mr. Allen <ir?>v?> I)r. Avery to the Frances Building Th??n he took Mr. Blakeslee to tl ?? pital in his car, but the wounded man filed Sg the gVgSjOUa were making ready to probe for the bullet. No Financial Worry. Mrs. Blakeslee was notified of lb ?Shooting an?l x\as m the root |'t:?n loom of th?- hospital ?Then her husband die..; tier HesJy ?rag ais?? at the Ikj.? pitai. but there sras nothing for him t?, do but to conduct the usual investi? gation. According to Mr Davis and Dr. M ersieh, Mr. Blakes-le.? gamo, no hin? that he int? ruled to commit suicide. "It la t idi.-ul'ius to suppose," said Dr M-rseh, "that Mr. ItagilSSlsg took his life because of his financial stand lag Why. th?? paintings represent? o in his galleries are far in *?x< ? I ??' j:..,0M in value. His liabilities are much bss than that, and he could ha%> easily realized on this. He also ?oui-, have t-xterided his credit to almost an amount." Mr. Davis held the same view of th ?Stair and Bjddsd that he knew to a certainty that Mr. Blakeslee left a larK.? hank a?????uitit. Mr. Davis said Mr Blsheglss'g bu?u BtSSS h id no connection with th? at llrm of Motilton & Ri< ket. of Chicago and New York, which went into bank rupt.-v Fridax. Thomas K. Kirby, of the American Art Association, No. 65 t'entrai Bark Went, when told of Mr. Blakeslee'? sui? cide, ?aid t*iat when he last ?aw th? dealer, a day or ho ago, Mr. Rlakcale??