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Vol. LXXIII....N0. _4,*8&
NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914.
PRICE ONE CENT
In City of New ln.rk. Newark, .leraev ( itv and Hobokra
ELSEWHERE TWO CBMTB.
OF 18,000 NEW
Sends 1.600 More Troops,
Making Force Exceed
Shatter's in Cuba.
RESPONDS TO APPEAL
OF RESTLESS TEXANS
President to Temporize No
Longer with Outlaws,
It Is Said.
DIAZ SEEKS HEARING
ON OUSTING HUERTA
Administration. However, Refuses
to Treat with Him and
'Pro- r se Pareas )
tteai r.tr-on. March 11.?An order
rjlspa! 'Mat about sixteen hundred ad?
ditional troops te the Mexican bonier |
?SB '?' ?' "d this afternoon hy the Sec?
retary cf Wnr in pursuan??e of n poUcy
of the riSSltlSOl to temporize no longer
with the outlawry along the Interna?
Whlk adRlinlatPBtlOR officials insist
that there is no significance in the
BOBS to *ft**?*?_ft_e_ the bonier patrol,
it is known that President Wilson has
grown Impatient over the fullure of the
Constitutionalists to cheofe outrag?e by
the lawless element in Northarn Ifax?
ico. and in addition to this there has
been severe criticism in Texas of the
administr?t:-'!?'?* "watchful wait.::..-"
policy. Representative Garner, of I
Texas, sought to impress on the Presi- I
dent to-day that rub'.!'- feeling in his ?
state against the seeming Inactivity ol
the i rnmenl Is at a hurt) ?
pitch and that ibero bava been hints
that Texans may undertake to tak?- the
law in their own hands.
The order at I ret IT Harrison was
17th Ir.fantry, now sta?
tioned at Fort M-Pherson, Georgia, and
one battalion of the 9th Infantry, sta?
tioned at Port Logan H. Root, Arkan?
sas, ar.d two tettaUpna of the ?th In
fantry. stationed at Fort Thomaa. Ken?
tucky te Patrie Pias and Laredo. Mr.
Girnsrn said the troops were ordered
*?l*r to strengthen the
Weiting on Carranza.
tat WllBOfl is still waiting for
General ?""-.rranza's reply to the ropro
BM ' SB made to him by George C.
Cartrthers. the consular agent, who was
Betrastad to inform the ?eader of the
teastttotlonallats that he must pay
?nor?? respect to the demands of this
*overnm??r.t and curb the lawless ac
Hvttaa of Villa.
H waa |i irned to-day that Carranza'*,
?ri?rttr?? i | pouter from Villa, as an
? The Tribune this morning,
t result of representations
TB'I? by this government, as the ad
?'.?-:; made :t plain that the
hBa?fl autbrity would not be recog
ths United Btntes in the fut
that Carranza himself would
kl heH msponslble for the acts of the
and other factions
over vrhlch he Is soppoeed to exercise
0?n?-n>! F?-!ix DtUM and a party of
VSBkBQB are in -"Vnshlngtori in the
(<"pe that a plan for the soluti m of
wMszici n pt*ot>l?ein, which they l are,
tor Of Pr
tlon hae A. A.
' New York, as ?n adviser.
- i peeathre statement to that
?feet ha- basa made, it is well under?
dose ir, administration circles that
Preaider.t Wllaon will not consent to
ally i?u?s him In
torta It la
*J*? ?ndem'ood tl ' tary Bryan
? ti os ' to dise?as the
?"?atlntj.d) OII n?<in(i vaKe. fifth estasse.
This Morning's ?\ews.
" In Mol?!up . 1
_**?* eat .-. . i
,'"*?'* tli '?) ib Bxedus_ a
I Infla eriih Rich. ..I,
? Policy. 2
red. 3 i
? rnor. 4
- April 7. ?I
... 5 ;
In ars. 6
? - Dead _ 7
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ring : ?
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. '?> r.'/.R?. r.
? ? to ..'?r.ler 1
" StFrt ..-,1 Rolo 4
, i London.. ? 3
lo, h aad 11
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CLOUDS BLUR ECLIPSE
Astronomers Hope They Maj
Correct Lunar Tables.
\\ tahlnsTton, Msrch 11 ?Dense anon
clouds which hung over Washington
lo-nlght prevented tin ?astronomers nt
th? naval observatory from making a<
cun ? ?/allona of tt ?? moon'i
eclipse, for which thej had been pre?
paring for weeki Only si Intervall
: ited the cloud*
: - able t>> train 11 ??--ir
p i?s erful Insti i ? ?????tly upon th
red ] lanet.
Hope wa ? .. hos > ver, th^t
I i made after the moon
red the shadow would n
e points r? phi noms*
? ? that woi Id !"? of si ; ? the
In correcting th" lunar
The r-reat telescopes showed thai tii"
entered the earth's shadow nt
precisely ?"?--n 8-10, and wan more than
Dins-tenths obscured before it finally
i im r-j? d, about I urs later.
VILLA TO STORM TORRE?N
Ready to Start, Prepared for
Fifteen Days' Battle.
Chihuahua. Mexico, March 11.? "Ev?
erything 11 ready for the advance on
Torre?n/' ?Ssnsral villa saii? to-night
after witnessing review of the ar?
"I -will soon order the advance. We
have food for thirty days, ammunition
for fifteen days of fighting unless the
cartridge are wasted, and the water
?supply problem In the vicinity of Tor
i. on, which han Riven us sonic concern,
has been ?solved."
NEW GRAFT INQUIRY
SPRUNG BY GLYNN
Proposes That Carmody Get
Hennessy's Experts in His
Control for Job.
[By Telegraph "?TV?? Tribans ;
Albany, March 11.?(.'overnor <*lynn,
failing in his efforts to have u perma?
nent court of Inquiry, composed of liv?
ing ?ex-Judges of the ?"ourt of Appeals,
established to Investigate ?raft cases,
has a near Ides which he hopes will di?
vert attention from the ?-?til?ivan graft
investigating committee appointed by
the Republican Assembly. His ??Ian is
to have Attorney Oeneral Carmody he
gin a prosecution of all highways graft
cases unearthed by John A. HSMMSSJ*.
Carmody. it was learned tu-mxht,
has had several conferences -with the
?'?.vernor recently about the, proposed
; :? ??? outlon of the highway eases, and
efforts have Leen made t?> obtain eome
of the investigators who worked ur.der
?Henncssy. ? ?ne of Hennessy's former
lnv. stigators, Joseph Curren, now ? -i
the payrolls of the Highways Depart?
ment, and who was a witness almost
daily at the Investigation conducted t-v
James W. I ?shorne, (Jlynn's special In?
vestigator, has been SSk-Sd t?-> assist
Mr. Carmody in ills proposed trraft In?
* | ?tion.
SHOOTS WIDOW; KILLS SELF
Suitor Blows Out Brains, Think?
ing Slight Wound Mortal.
BeUevlng he had kl Isd Mrs Hattie
M??rse, a ?sidow, wt.o hsd refused hla
? lis, John H. I'rlce, a salesman for
Armour &-. Co.. ra.-. from her apartment
to h's own room in Irv-lnp Court, N? I
West liot h street, afternoon
and blew out his bralOS Thoiu-h shot in
the chseS and breast. Mrs. Morse, it is
ua!d. stands a good chance of recovery.
Price, according to the nolle.?,, ha?l a
room in the Morse apartment for Sevsrsl
months. Tire.? weeks ago Mrs. Morse
told him his attentions were not desired
?u;?l asked him to move. He SOgSgSd a
?room on the fl<xir below, and yssterday
afternoon ran?: the Lx-l i of the Morse
apartment Mrs. Morse and her twenty?
one-year?old son Wellington appssrsd At
*'<;:-.<? me s chance," he said, and drew
ii pistol from h.s pocket Mrs Morse and
. .-r son both Bed. Price followed her
Into the nsxl room ami shot her u she
turned to I loor. He filed airain.
the bullet ?sashing her left cheek, while
Wellington leaned out of the window and
?abrli ?'?-'i for help
I'r:?'<; then ran down to hla own room
?and ?seal ? bulla! into hla templa Mrs.
Morse was taken to tho Kn!? kerl-cx ker
THE MONROE DOCTRINE
Says Foreign Capital in Centml
America Must Not Mean
.LontSon, March 11. Speaking ?to-night
si th? - ??; the Association
of Chambers of Commerce, Walter Hlnei
Page, tht '??-it' Ambssssdor assured
liners thai the United States hsd no
: .o to interfere -with British Invest
In Cent) ,i Amerli a
' I WOttld Ilk? . ' .Mr Psge asid, "to cor
r- ? ? ? be Imprest on h? d by part >.t the
British r??? Inn tin- attitude of
i i,e ? - lovarnmenl oon?sernlng the
Investment of ( lr< at Bi Itsii ' tolt
I ? ?? ?? AmsiI? s
thsl I ? ? ? i hsvs
read of (ha t nit? .? States en?
.. - irslgn
Inr-sst? ' ... ? the i 'on? t i ?lat? ?
anxloti to i even! thai In puHlnf
? ? ? ? ountries Invt I
? i ??- ' ? ontrol of tii?-iii
: ? ? i ?... ?i m. meant
,, .... u ? ' ?? ?i Statt ?i w.e.i.i pra?
te, mal ,- ?. i. ? pean ?-???? ernmants ibouM
I ?? ? ! ttl.it
,t tbi i '?nil i Bist i
had the 1 il foi
bul thai II bsd ...i?i?'i
? f t,, ti,, pit ssure o( building '?.?''
.'. ii,,.t the Kiiu "
. profil niott oy its usa. I
IN BOLD HOLD-UP
Quick Wit of Manager and
Girl Cashier Saves Poul?
try Firm's $5,000.
BRAVE D?ATH TO
Threatened by Five Gunmen.
Employes Close Safe Two
Arrested After Chase.
a band of live men, unmaaked .'in?!
all fl?"?u~*ishlng revolvers, entered ths
store of Benjamin Bait .?. Son, poultry
dealera, at No. 417 East I08t1 itreet, atl
7 o'clock laat evening and demanded
that all in the place throw Dpi
their banda, Morris Newmarket, man- !
ager, who bad Just pul in??r?. than
s-l.ooii into ib*- safe, bang? d th?
door with hla f"??!. and Misa
Rabinowitx, the cashier, found time I ?
lnrrh her body againsl the caah drawer
containing $1300 and the drawer
snapped .shut. Bui for tin? quick think- !
ing of Newmarkt and Miss Rablnowlta.
m.,r'? than $S,000 of the firm's money
might have departed with the gun?
Later in the evening two of the ban?
dits -Aere captured after a furious bat
tle with the police. They were iden?
tidad by Newmarkt.
"Che Baft stun? was Jusl closing for
the day when the five gunmen entered.
Ths store is only a few doors frotn
Pleasanl avenue, and s? ores of persona
were passing in the Street In the
in addition to Newmarkt and
Rablnowlta, were Morris Qoldman, aa?
srlatmn! manager, und Morris fJold, Hy
man Goldberg an?! Jacob Olaeaman,
The bandits threatrno?l IfJss Hnhinn
witz, commanding her to open th? ca h
drawer, but she replied thai she did n ?t
bava a key, Fearing to romain long ir
in the stor??. the men to??k about $40
from th? 11" kets of Newmarkt and tl i
others nn?i departed, threatening to kill
any on?? that ma?ii? any outcry.
Th?- m- n captured said they were
Giovanni Oliven, of N"n. 228 Bast l?00th
street, and .?.??'ola Aatorlno, of No. 820
Beat 108th street Both were Ideui
by Newmarkt, and Ollveri made a full
confession, but Astorino would Dot
ARRESTS SON, A DRUG USER
Patrolman Tells Court Heroin
Made Lad Incorrigible.
Patrolman KYank Pineau, of the Fast
126th stre??t station, aiTeeted his
Ofteen?year?old son yesterday and ar?
raigned him in the Children's Court U
a slave to heroin.
Pineau told Magistrate Ryan that
:?? all parental sentiment b?r ??
obliged to take tb<- step, a.s the drug
had supped the boy's better instil
and bad mad" bun Incorrigible
Magistrate Ryan remand?:?! the boy
for a bearing on Friday, and an?
nounCdOd that he would make an Im?
tnediate Inveatlgation of heroin sales
with a view of finding out who
piled young Plneau ?arith the drug.
BUZZARD?MARCH 12, 1888
To-day Is 2 6th Anniversary of
For the leaaofl that there Is no reeoofl
to remind you of It. you nr? her*?by in?
forme?! that the rer-or?! buzzard mUSSed
thliKis Dp ?round her?? just twent]
year.i ago to day.
Inaamueh na you ar? i ?>t a hit Interest?
ed. it might be well to t?-n you that the
?now hags a falling nt i o'cloeb m the
morning of Marrh 12 and csaasd failing
at 4 o'?:ook on the int.-rnoon of March 14.
Furthermore an not rnU'-h time 1?, ?-?>n
mimerl m wrttliiir It, It mlKht not be out
,,f place to remark in this paraeraph that
th?? average Bnowfail was forty bichea.
Pleaae n n ?'!'> seated until the curtain
K,,e.s down. 'I'! B lowest temperatura wats
r. de?*Te*?fl above /' ro.
WARRIOR WILL 8E SAVED
Vanderbilt's Yacht Said Not to'
Have Been Injured.
FronVrick w. Vanderbllt'a steam yaeht
Warrior Iras 1,????!! hauled a half- n. lia from ,
it h fH.sj 11? m in the inu.i near th?- entrance
tu ti,?? Magdalena River, and, with ihre?.
daya of good weather, th>- wreckera de?
claro, they "?.'ill have her Bafely afloat In
This Information STSfl hroui-ht tO pOTi
rday by Captain W. C Bairett, ol
the Royal Mali steamship Danube, wblcb
arrived from Colon and other Cavrtbbean
The Bklpp? i Bald tir.it ? 'aptaln
Johnson, "f the ?****t*,"*1wg tug Relief,
boarded the Danube in the bHri."r of Bav
anllls and Informed blm thai the Warrior
. ,,iii -maturely he saved. Captain John?
?m Bald she bad riot been even Bllghtly
damsged bj her rece?? grounding.
'CLEVELAND'S BLUFF WON'
Taft Says He Could Not Back
Ultimatum in England.
tmheral ; I: rYa I
.Lui T.-if i d? llvered tl a la < ,.t bis ? oui as
0f lecturei at imhi rat < 'ollsgs to-night
taking "Tha Be tx Do? trine" .'??? bl ?
.1 He I t r < .11.-1 - - BUPPOI !??'! th?
tentloa 01 ttsl do ti in?
U, -|- n r? Lu?'! i-? Pre Ident ? I
i, ,,.i ,, i,.i 11><- \ .?i? / iel ? ?i ??' l us lion,
. .,,.i that bli ultima! im to Em
,, d, ,i oi ;i bluff, 'or if Bngland
? . ould ill- fleet
Into sver* t of t ntn a wa
i ,,,i i at ,,(.. to ?:? fend
oar COBI I "
MOB OF SIEGEL DEPOSITORS AT FEDERAL BUILDING.
'PHONE RATE CUT
DELAYED BY GLYNN
Likely To Be Put Off a Year
Because of Governor's
Change of Front.
[By TslSfrapb to The Trlhun? 1
A bany, March 11.?Two things hap?
pened to-day that many believe moan
the r",f<tr''inement of the propoawd ro
ductlon In telephone rates for New
York City and ?remainder of the State
for at leasl ?i year by the Publit ***er
vi.'. Commlssi m of the 2d District
The first was the rejection of the New ;
t. i hone < Company's offer to i
provide ?I?OO.OOO for th.- appraisal of I
tin- company's plant. Th.- other wss
?lu- for.?.I resignation of Martin s. i
Decker from fthe chairmanship "f the
commission, commissioner ?Seymour
Van BantVOord was designated ?hair
man by th?? (?overnor.
(.i.vt-rnor ??i\nn, who only a few?
weeks ago said he favore?! the accept?
ance of the tel? pn? ne, < ompany's rnonev
for the appraisal, changed his opinion
to-''-?',- and seid i,? dsfsrrsd *?- ? ,j
opinion of th?- counsel to the "ommis
:-:'"). l.edvard P. Hale, who ;? asrtsd It I
would be ?unlawful t.? ?sccspt the mon?*':-'. ;
:??n asked the Oovernor
nd a special tnessuge to th?. \jag ?*
Isture ashing it to appropri?t?) .ri'n??.-|
DOOl He win do this to-mornrw, but
there Ih grave doubt as to th.- ippio
prlatfcM) <?f the money by thla I.-- -
i it.r?- as it adjourns on March 27?
At th?- ?xi'i'iitivo chamber a ft lend of
',.,.. t nor I llynn tri? d to make It SPPSST
that Decker*! resignation was due to
unsysteiri.it !?? msthods in vogue In the
office of th.- up-state Public Bervlcs
Commission. Friends of -Coounlssloner
Dot ?-.?-r insist the contrary Ih true, and
the people of the ?-tato, they mid, will
i.*- til?, loser by his fop*?-"?! rsslgnatlon
from the ? hairmanship. I?ecket- wh?. If
a Republican, was appointed to the
commls-slon by ? ?-overnor HughttSJ, who
s?-'.? ?te?l him because of his ?experience
on the Interstate Commerce Commis- I
lion and his reputation as a rates cx
r?. it. He remains a member of the ?
By a vote of 91 to 14 the Assembly I
voted to-day to take from the Commit
-, Cas, Wafer and ?Bit??'trl,-ity t! ?
?Goldberg bill designed to establish a
uniform ?5-craf tslephono rate in New
OUSTS STATE LABOR BOARD
Buy State Commission Votes ;
Foss Appointments Illegal.
I' ton. March 11.-The Ptxetrutlvs Coun? I
ril voted to-day to remove ?all the mem- i
ben ?,t the BtatS Iio;?rd of Lahor and In- I
iustrles on the ?round that their appoint?
ment by Governor Posa before hla retire?
ment ?iw UlsgsL The msmbari of the
board ?SIS .ftir.ies A. I.oweil, enairnian :
lames W. ?Crook, ?Channlng ?Bmlth, Will-i
latii ActOII and Mrs. Mary M ?Dewey.
The action of the Council is UB4leiSt4Md
to have ?r'iwn out of a controversy be?
tween ?"-overnor Walsh ami the chairrn:in
iver th" cendii. t of the board*! ?sffalra
POLICE ON VIEW
In Khaki and Plumed and Starred,
She Tells Legislators What
New York Is Missing.
Tslegrapb t?, ti,? Trfb?aaa.]
Albany. March n.- Attire?! in a ?satt]
Khaki uniform and Wesjrtaf a lar?:e ellf
terlng shield ?sad a brown h.it with a
rll !i plUBM thai nodded as she emptia
..??1 l.-r remark.?. All.-?? BtSbMaS Wt
,f the Los Angeles pollos toree, appeared
iMfore Um Assembly ?ities Committee
? ? to urge the pssssga ?.f t?.? i 1st
nil calling for the epptrfatiMnt of t?-.
jr m.,r?- women t.? New Yorks police
Miss Well?, said th-tt Los Angeles could
? ?. slsof without poH?**ewomen
?a',l, ih.it, while only ?Sftsa
bad moenen asembsra of their police
witl,:i. Ii?'.- y.-.UH ? I . Ity
ii the woti.i ?arould have aromen :
??tt.'-r women arho spoke f??r ?the bills
llsry W..O.I, reprssentlng the
inii women of I ?? state; Mn ?yredertclr.
Jenkins, of Brooklyn. Mrs Joseph Me
M.,n. n and Miss Birssss, representing
tin. w sdl< Igt) High school No ""?* ?is?
pean -i again?*** thu bin.
HENRY S? '', ::r.
JOHN D. ARCHBOLD
Thwarts Standard Oil's Money
Import Scheme. 'Tls Said,
with Big Duty.
[ By Telegraph to Th" Trlhun? ?
Port Arthur, Tex., March 11.?Presi?
dent Huerta of Mexico and John D.
Aro!,'.,ol 1, president of the Standard Oil
f.'impariv, have Just had a llttlo battle
r own, und Huerta won. accord?
ing to a report brought hero to-day by
?Captain Jenkins, of the oil steamer
Winifred, from Vera Cruz.
The Standard, it is ?aid, con<-e!?rod
th j ' in of buying Mexican silver dol?
lars In New York, where they may b?,
obtained now at a big discount, and
Of shipping thom to Mexico in order to
Bet their full value. So the Standar 1
bought and .??hipped ten barrels full of
the dollars to Vera Crus to pay off
their employes throughout M??xico and
for other traiisactlona. The Staitrdard
stood to make I1S.4HM by the deal
i' .na, so ths report goea, eras ad
y\ t? O? the scheme, and Instructed hin
. istonn ofBclah to levy a duty of MO,
r.1,0 on the cargo of money, claiming
thM !f waa "manufactured" ?liver and
thus could not enter free ?>f ?barge.
The Standard at first protested, it ts
?all, and trien paid up.
CHILD ACCUSED OF
STABBING HIS NURSE
Orange Police Hear Colonel For?
dyce's Five-Year-Old Son
Struck Her with Knife.
Orange, N. J.. March 11.?The police
barn? ?1 to-day that last Bunday mnm
Ing Dingwall Potrdyoa llve-year-old son
of Colon.-I Alexander Pordyce, head of
the State Civil Service Commission,
Stabbed his nurse, Miss Bells Melier,
nineteen, In the abdomen, she ts in th?
Memorial Hospital and he. .-ondition Is j
Colonel Fordyce declared *o-day that I
the wound was the result of an acci?
dent, and denied that the child at?
tacked the nurse bscauas she had chas
ttsed him. Miss Meiler has be?-n am?
ployed by the Pordjrea family for a
long time, and the and the child wer.;
Miss Meiler !ive?: with her aunt, Mrs.
Mary Bchiki, at No. B88 Valley Road, i
The >7o**d**cea liv*? on '"regory avenue, ;
niar Cheftnut street, Llewellyn Park, j
A'?' "rdliif- to the story told the poli'?.? I
Mi?.?? Meiler waa toasting bread In the]
kit? !" ",. Dingwall was In the room ami \
ii?- pi? ked up s potato ktr.tv. ?t li -a.?i
that provioual) the nurse had ref-f'oved
the boy for something. ,.,f,>r?4 sha
L-ouiii do anything to prevent it the
blade "t' ths potato knlfs waa thrust
into h-r abdomen by ih?> child.
ROAD PLANS WIRE SUBWAY
Pennsylvania Votes Money for
25 Mile3 of Conduits.
'-> Tin? Trl!raa?
Philadelphia, Maroh il. Ti?- Penneyl?
allro id C ?mpany t.,.,;< Mops to?
day toward plaelng Ita teUsraal. and teto?
I stween thin eJty and Sea
v..rk m undei*ground .-r.n.iiiit.-? Ths board
???is appn pr: ?i. ?i i''?,,.??i |,, ,.,.,,i;? ?
?n \ Itrlded ?Ti. h condulta tweni
miles of arlros t?>rn down by ths r.it
troth win ht --in Imm?diat? |j
between Baharay and Trenton.
2 BREAK WINDOW,
FLEE WITH GEMS
Burglars Rob Jewelry Shop
with Crowd Near?Get
Two unidentified men appeared be?
fore the Jewelry store of nernard Sai?
ler. No. M?; K?st Houston atroot, ltu?t
night and one threw a brick through
the window, ?mashing the glas??. In
the window at the time there was re
poslng on various shelves between |M,
and |76 .1 worth of diamonds and
,:, Troliy, camaiating of eairlnga pins,
rings and aratchea, ? to.
d\fter the arlndow was smashed th<->
other man with a piece Of win' pulled
one of the shelves forward and, roach?
lng in, ?grabbed a handful of the jew?
elry. Hoth men then ran to a house a
few doors away and aacapad.
The atOTO was op??n at the time and
the men u/OtO puroued by Belter and
ii, their Right the <wo men dro
sorne watches and rings, which arero
rocoverod. The loss is estimated at
between 12,000 and $2,000
W. J. BRYAN WINS AT LAST
This W. J. B. Is Hodcarrier,
and Verdict Is $275.
William Jennings Bryan recovered a
verdict for .?"""7." m the Supreme Court
in Hronx County ye.stt-rday. He sued
Richard Peeves &. Sun, builders, for
Mr. Hryan alleged that H aras d h I
the n?gligence of th? d?fendante that
he Buffered certain injurien that
Huert ?"a) and that threatened ??? be
?s pertnanent revolution in
Mexico. He ateo suffered a Potts
On the stand in ecirt yesterday Mr.
Bryan ?chat) talked at some length
ubout how he came to fall, and Pall
does not asree with him nt all. The
eloquence of the plaintiff was convinc?
ing only to the extent of |27S.
The wuiiam Jennings Bryan In quea?
tlon ?s a hodcarrier.
JOHN D.'S GENIUS
FAILED, SAYS AKED
"Money Enough, but Not Brains j
Enough," His Explanation for
Leaving New York.
San Jos?. Cal., Marcb 11.?In the at?
tempt of a minority of the Loa ?Jatos
Baptist ?Church to oust it.? poartor, tho
Rev. Robbina VThltaker, Dr. ?Charles P.
Aked, former pastor Of the Fifth ave?
nue Baptist church, New York, and
now of th?.- Ptrst Cngregatlona'
Church of .San Fran? is??,?, told to-day
BS a uritnsss f??r Mr. Whitaker why he
left th?? i'.M'Ust c
"Did you leav.' UlS T "n r-t : st i'hurch
because Its laws wer?' bo fre???'' he was
asked tiy Jii'lg? W?
"I 1? ft it b. ". -?? the ' '?mblned
pi'nius of John I?. ?"tockefeller and my?
self aras InaufBtrlent to change tin?
geography of Manhattan bland," he
replied. 'H?? anse w?? could not find a
.vit?," be added, arhen the laughter
""Didn't ""on have money enough""'
a k.'.i the 'udge.
W" bad lots of money." retorted the
nitnosa "What we lacked was brains
, -4? ' ' ?
Urges Thaw Case Bill.
: ii? ine-1
.\i',an>, March n -Another Thai*
?caudal will be laspoasibte if a Mil fat
by the State Bat V1- ochUlon, on srl
a bee ring ares givsa this afterooM t"
the J"!nt Senate indu Codes! "??m
mittee, becotnsa Ian Ths Mil aras Intro?
duced bj ?Senator in.4-;\ ?it and AasetaMy?
m..n phllUps. it provtdM that the "?enal
Code shall oonttUa ths Breeds "guilty bol
i of "ni'i guilty by reason
? ,f in...ruis "
John h. Lsaviti appealed for the ib.r
a- ,,' latlen. Tb rs sras no opposition.
i.,-.i\ it? a m the pro* Ion \? .??? nee? sarj
lo brti - aboul 111 ? - pit>p< ?? puniahmeat of
arinUnals ?ud to irrotec* uoeu-ty.
WITH VOGEL IN
Both Indicted on Grand
Larceny and Banking
ARE EXPECTED SOON
Confidential Aids Bare
Frenzied Finance to
?BANKER FACES MOB
AT FEDERAL HEARING
Prosecutor Shows Amazing Jug?
Kling of ?Figures to
ll"T:t ?- SI? gi 1 mid Frank E. V
yesterda) plesded not ?guilty to an hj
.1 tmenl charging grand larceny in
procuring ?125,000 for the Ifourteentfc
Street Btore troto the National i'ank
of Commeree a:?.d to t\\ > indictments
charging them with recelvliig ?le;,.sits
iss private bankers after they knew
they had ?become Insolvent, and were
held In 125,000 for trial by Judge ? ?to
A. Rosalsky. The penalty for v-iand
larcsay is ten years In state prison.
for the receiving <>t deposita whlh iu
aolvent, from one t?, Uve >??nr?> In it.it?
prl h d, or a line of fi *?m ?ISuo to &J 000
The indi ? lualvely fSfS
cast m The Tribune of ar?
but the tir?-? of many, others will be
r.-tuined soon ? ? the Indictrae&i
clerks ?can draft them, and the gran
Jury Is still at work looking h uih(
phases of t:.-- tangled Siegel Vogprl
"These indictments are but pr? lui
nary," ?said Arthur C Train. A . 'tant
I?i-triit Attorney, as he explained ?st
I transactions upon which they ar>.-based
in ?the preset ' Dlstricl Attorney
Whitman Th?-y ha... i,e,-n presSMtsd
and ball fixed t,, bold them?the put
:. i t sa.lr "?i tl.i.r tails, as It were."
The ???. Idence on which the ladki?
? menta made public arc baaed
and on which others will be voti ?
| a remarkable combination Of "QoA Ki? h
Quick Walliniff.ird" and "Potash <fc
'Perlmutter" methods of tlolng bust'
nssa Accounts wsre ?padded, false ac?
counts opened ?and statements for the
guidance "f banks and Other mer. hauts
made up "out of wlmle cloth." to quote
Assistant ?District Attorney Train, wl ,
saya export ?accountants were aiwavs
on hand to make such Changes a.4
mi??ht in- ordered, i
Frenzied Finance Methods. ?
"? ?n or;.- tstement
for the bai les for ay? ist ended s
l prepsn d," s.? ?i Mr. Trau,, .n ?
plaininti t;. ? -? . Potssfa of tl,..
tirm shwi after looking over the ?real
figure ?Same old '?' t'l tat
plan this year '
" 'If you don't show a lois, Hem
???aid the Perlmutter, 'people srHI rw}
you are a liar.'
"But to? s'.itnmi'nt BhO?WSd a profil
Just the same."
The Additional indi'*tment? will ? ??
the affalis of the Boston stor? ol *
Henry 8ie??Tei Company, the Bil psoi
Crawford Company, sad In all pro
blllty ?the afra in of I ?? l>Coopei
Company of Chicago, ?and th
Stores Corporation ?sill furr.:
den?-?- <>n which other bills will
Persons other than Biege] snd Vi --
?-??IP be Involved In the f"r,!.?--?m:i ? i
dictmenta Some v ho ?jrere used
sec? rnpllcea in the ?all-eged frau I
?given the ?District Atton.??*?? ? -
?very ?aid, and Will be star
for the government when ?the ?cssei
come f" trial.
blef sitaasst ird i??-r-,r? ? ?
?grand iurv on ?the Indi? tmenta ?pr?sent?
ed yesterday were i ?Slim and
m Johnson, v. ho, ?-?n Decemb-er ?N
last, glade ?lep?oslta of 111 I each In the
bank of Henry Blegel ?- Co.; ?Oscar a.
:? and Robert !?:. Meal *.rt
rJentlal employes of Blegel an?: v isl;
H. E. H ??wen, of the National Bank of
Commerce. \[. \\ Ki.?-. Bldnsy Her?
man, a frbnd of Biegel's; O. J. Pilot.
Arthur ?Sachs ami Edwsrd c. Evans?
The iiiilictments were sctuslly re
ported */?*fsterday srhile Blegel "*aa s
nervous witness in bankrupt?***? pr<>
?fiestUngs before Commissioner Alessst?
d?r 0)UchrlBt, jr. in the Federal BtMM
l?g. It Ions hn?l been made b\
angry tlep?0sitors in th<? bank to m?'t.
hirn, but. they were Checked bj Mar?
shal H'nkel, who had a lartr?* Btafl ?>;
deputise mi duty. To tret to tht liens*?
lug room one ha?' to pass s guard nt
Slevator or stairway, ?mother at the
exit frrom elevator or stairs, others at
the entrance to the corridor on which
Commissioner OUchrlet'a office ?.buta,
and. Marshal Ilrnkel and several aids
just outside Qllchrlst's ?lo?.r. At time?
iry t>> use force to k*?*p
depositors moving, and at other tin?."?,
the ?Innguags used by asa and \?<,m?-ii
?hocked even ?the val r.-m marshal.
Starting of Bank Shown.
This hsarlag l-r.-.n-lit out little that
? MS e\.-.?[U that Blegsl and \'. . 1
started the bank Without any capital.
QMBtftOM ?ut by Irving L. Kirnst, t?f