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Sr?bune WEATHER H?-l>\\. I \llt ?Ml ? tKMI K I BSSSSStal iirr >?-?trc)a?: men. ?il Lew, Mb I ail ri-oorl on I'??,- I.V Vol. I.W1V. . . No. 24,702 I? ,.|>?rij! I. 1114, II? Tlir tribune %?BBr?Btloft.1 XKW YORK, SATURDAY. JULY ?. 1914. ? * PRICE OX? l ' I? V 'I' '" ' "' of Se? \nrU. Sen ?rk. Jetsfj ( II.. and H?^H>l,en. ?VJ!i*% M ll-IHIIIIII IHIIIIM', T. R. QUITS "OUTLOOK" TO FIGHT BOSSES Resigns Editorial Position and Will Give Whole Time to Politics. HITS ADMINISTRATION HARD IN HIS LETTER Also Says He Aims to De? pose Men Like Penrose, Barnes and Murphy. COLONEL A "BOOMER" Laurence Abbott Says He Was a Big Factor in Building Up Circulation. * olonel Roosevelt ha? resigned from - litarial ftaff of "The Outlook." hich he has been connected since Narch. it*?. In hi? letter of r?sign?t on to Dt, Abbott, editor of the magasine, I el Koosevelt pave a? hs reason I Bf hi? desire to devote all tilBC to political affair?. He attacked the Wilson admtmvrs i harlc? F. Murphy, the boss or Tammsny Hall, and two other political W?es. William Harnes and Senator Penro?e. He made >' or- o' 'he bit: of his career would be to aid rho ate fighting to remove 'rom thy. c es such men as hy, Harne? and Tenrose. i alenel declared that he m> in ?Und in strong oppo ta the Wilson administration. He ci'ed as his rea.-ons the admin 'ore:gn policy, which he characterized as an abandonmei -terest and honoi United va'es. Hits Administration. i the edBsinietration's f hand | I hi industrial and ? he said: ?i feel that within our own bounda ? ic course pursued by the adm n on has meant the abandonment .' ovary une effort to secure the of social and industrial legislative and executive . Ight about grave ?-;a! depression and suffering to ess man. farmer and wage earner ? *rnaps mo?', of all to 11 ker." letter of resig -. which was written five day.? ?'tor his return from Spa.::, and Dr. It's repiy fol ( olonel's Letter. gamore Hill, Oyster Bar, June '2'.'. IS I ? : ? ?? ! hope I reed I how VI ' ; I have a| st< my connec ook" during the You may perhaps re ii oui ici of thi? g my opinion of <? reason' why T ;'ad ?o be connected with it. My ?nee during these live \ears has ? ? ? I 'hen wrote. 11 been a help indeed I may say sn inspiration to be jou ar.d my other n the work of "The Out If 1 had bren able to b?. as I expected to be, a man entirely re ; from all par- ? pat.or, in hC ve I give m" keener on in thi future ? ? ' the las! Or rendered it Stive thi take a more si ? ?? rl in tri mg to secure si si stati ? pr iif'ples <m ? orm of the el n ?nation of men li'?e of o'jr poli* ic il In addition, I n< ound to land n ? . ? r>i* o'jr inten ? | m'-ant th- ai I ? and hoiior of feel that. our i da ries the rourse ration has ? ought about ai d nan, 'armer and ? ??ntiniirH ?i, t>i<(? 4. , nlumn ~. This Morning's Xews. MM M : . . . i e Foui l .... 1 ... I . 4 -, p?a 't i*. lid CM l?. ? ' I ; If GDfl?tAL. tan .. . i > * ranzs Men., 3 l HlKWl.V for Arehdoke ' ? *?? I:" Isj !>??*.J 7 MISI hl.l.VNHil ? * . ."".".. - ?i | II and li i.' i 1,1 i ; r. . i, BKST l?l.\i F< Id SKF Mit RACES THIS AFTERNOON '?m eraar's Island, ". e'elech. I'a^-.e?. required. Nhanes on either side of ri\er front. :?:lj. RiveraMe Driir. up ??> Spaytee Duyvil, 3:i| to 8:25, The Retara: Kiierside Drive and ri\er front I?? Battery. t::,:> to 3 : It. Atlantic Yacht Club. :!:00. (.oiernor's Island. ,>:.V">. a NEW ANESTHESIA TRIED Oxygen Mixed with Ether Snid to Prove Success. ?graph t Philadelphia. July 9 The'irst work ing demnnstratiori of *r. advanced method of anesthesia recently perfect 'd b> Dr. R. Franklin Hill was made the Hahneniann ciinic rooms 'h.? aiternoon. \ ? ire of L'O per cent of ether to *o tier eent of oxygon is *.dmini?tered through a eon* in the usual manner. Oxygen hemp a stimulant, it e the patient with additional resistance Rfrainst the shock of etherization. Ex? periments have demonstrated al?o that complete anysthe-ia results more swif: ly 'hat' unde- the ordin?r) proc?s? when eiber is adnvn'ste'ed alone. Thus ?horteninc. the "Ftage of excitement" lo dicaded b\ patients and surceons aMke. An additional feature of ihe process s a lessening of the nausea whch foiiows operations under e'her. MAYOR OF BUTTE STABBED BY MINER Louis P. Duncan Shoots His Fin? nish Assailant as He Falls Both Will Live. Bn'te, Mont.. July ". Erie I.aMela. a :i miner. Bracked Mayor Louis P. Duncan m lus office la*e to-da;.. ?tab hing him three times. The Mayor de? fended himself while on 1rs back inj; his revolver and shooting l.antela through the abdomen, Both are ex? pected to recover. The Mayor had just told l.antela that he had no power t, d? port Frank A; tonen, of N'egaunce. M;ch.. rorre'-por.d ent of a Finnish newspaper at Hancock. Radicals among the Finnish miners who needed, with others, from Miners' 1'nion No. 1 on June 1", failing to per? suade Altonen that he ojg'rt to leave Butte, had appealed to the Mayor to de I'Ort him. The paper lepreseiued by Alionen his championed the CSUSC of the Amer? ican Federation ol Labor, the W< Federation of Miners and their affili? ated bodie.*, which the Finnish miners have renounced. CUPID SIGNS*A BACKSTOF John Henry, of Senators, to Wed Miss Dorothy Perry. ' ? ? ?Tribune Bu Washington, .luly r,. John Henry, the bip backstop of 'he Washington .National team and the local repre? sentative of the Players' Fraternity, according to information reaching hete to-f'a.N. ii ongaged to be married to Miss Dorothy Perry, of Xew York. The story i? that Miss Terry ? a C her sister. Mrs. Daniel Nash, in Amherst, when Henry f;r = t m"t her, Amherst being; his alma ma'er. Friends of Henry -ay tha' he left the Na? tionals in Philadelphia a week apo and rent to New York and arranged for 'he contract. Within the last year Cupid has made sever; 1 raid- on the Nationals, on, Milan, Moeller, Ain?mi'.h ?nu n ? ?ruing up. AIDS CLAFLIN CREDITORS Judge Hand Signs Order That Saves About $16,000. Judge Learned B. Hand, in the - ate* District ? oun. rester <!>. pned an order which will save k 16,000 for the creditors of the H. H. I ' n < >mpany. By the order l(. Martindale and Frederic A. Juilliard. receivers, are empowered to wai\e protect of the notes of the suh lidiary ?-'ores indorsed by the H B. Claflin Company, thus ?avine the i <?' fees entitled by a protest. There ?re about S.OC? surh note- in th? L'ni ted States and Canada, BggrO ira' ng 130,000.000. Mr. Martindale said yesterday that . '?river? were at present satisfied with keeping the '?rm in a< tion and all plann for the future de upon the report of the ac? countant. A preliminar', ronor? is ex? ported by the middle of neat week, 'lie receivers are gratified at the condition of the business and sppre the attitude Of firms from sre bought. While the if fa r ot ask for more than sixty day. many of the f.rms volunteer to - the "time, some even making it four month'. BRYAN DOUBLES LECTURE DATES Starts Chautauqua Season Laic. but Aims to Make Vp for Lost Time. i Washirgten, July '?'<? Secretary of Bi an will delivei ?* lecture ?* the opening of thi Chautaua.ua - of 1014 a' Ben!', ill'-, \. ?'. to mon ???. H, .. || peak Ht lleidville ,1, the morn? ing, ;,? High Point in the afternoon an?j lile in the ??? eniag, , ??? Bryan Is lau r in ^tariinj; i Bsen this year than In it, but he ? sing up for lo I time, apparently, more man on? < ngagemenl s He 11 net read? lo snnoun? s hit est of the month. e will mak? man? led ?rill ha' '? k bu .? 'une all IUI Ther? hai been no chang? ? em pen sat i on this ear, s end he ??? ill receive i>< \ 100 end |M0 ?* le? ture, dep? nd hng upo the ?,,f ndanee. On Rundaj Mr. Ri he a*. \ \. lile, ' C? ? here h? ? est fei M, Ci ,?i, , ? Bceompen Ing n un on t u, teui. . Fireman Strike, Eve of 4th i:? ti . ??!-- . Juh '?'. I he esll : ?,, night .iit' i I ? d to m? el s il" ?i ki, m, n .. <? of t:'., in their rhe ?City Kngin? empowered te obtain ? man; roen ? ? ?>. , opt ? Mb lui. Ith in? ihe cell force co I i ' . n? I ihtii eilen anci l| |M a y? 'i. 4TH TO BE FERVID, HAPPY AND SANE It Will Be Fireless. Offi? cially, hut Brilliantly Illuminated. THE CELEBRATIONS? WHY, ALL OVER TOWN Every Section to So Some Ob 'crvance of Nation's Birthday Mayor to Speak. "Ho* to be hap ? -i ., ,r;, . ?he burden of greater Nev, Vorfc bral on of the l o irth th ? . ? r Knickerbocker and familj ai i achieve thai happiness ????,.-, al the OSl of everything excepl ssfet sanity. If the nlans of 1 i i am m ssioni Adamson are successful ti i di be eor.si.if rably more thai! :;'"? sane. A "flrelesi Four:-," ?, y'r. I i con'? fond hope, and 'bo co-operation Of lhe police ha' been enlisted to bring it about. \?> , ,,,.,;.,? ?,. permit has been issued by /lie depart ment, and the so!? permit In existence is an old one sanctioning ? pyroteel n:ral exhibition on a float off North Beach. But the excess of afety, sanity and firelessness will not ?n any way inter? fere with the plan to make the present ono the greatest of all Fourths so rod of that. There ? ill be ? celebra? tion of aome kind; within a few blocks of your home, ni matter when I re and the degree of observanci rov, - -poprho?. mtjsic, dancing, a'hletir events, ?inging, airship rue*, illumi? nation and decoration. Hrighlesl of lourfh?. r--orr the points of 'Hum.nation and lecoration, particular, 'ho day bid? fair to transcend a!! p . Fourths. ( :?' Hall, tVai . \ ch, 'he public playgrounds and the parka have horn bung lavishly with electric lights, aboir 26,000 bulbi being used in the parks alone. Final tests or -he illuminations - ?re made last night, and the committee found everything in perfect order for the b;g exhibition to-night. In addi? tion, the finest kind of holiday sun? shine il promised for all day. ar.d the celebration b'd* f?ir to be suec4 : rom every pom* . (?bed ' ?,' to ?i ipecial manda'e o' Chairman Martin IV, Littleton of the Fourth coni'n ttee, the Ameriean flag is i.eing flown this morning from thou? sands of buildings. The day's programme ha? been mapped out with a particular view to .- care of the children. At eighty playground centres ?,0,000 hoys and girls ?ill take part ?ri games, and at hast naif a million spectators will look on. Medals to the number of 20,000, ? loving inns ar.il L'.OOO toys will be given a? prises, and 100,000 Ameri? cas;- will be distributed. The celebration will beg -i w th a sunrise meeting al 5:S0 o'clock at the House. Central Park. The fing m ill l?'- rais? I and Mrs, < . !.. More house will read *hc I?eelaraJ ion of In? dependence. Al '.' o'clock there will bo leligious services at the Wa-hington Orphan Asylum and a band cm eerl i L ncoln Square. The official celebration at City Hall will begin promptly a' 10 o' ;" Mar? tin \V, Littleton will presido and Mitchel will make the principal CSS. Celebrations in Tompkins Square. Fort Washington l'..rk. Carl Schurz Park an<l Mount Morris I'ark are ?Nn scheduled for 10 o'clock, President Marl.1' ?ne?k?ig a' the last two i From 10:30 o'clock until noon there ?a il 1 br ? ere i se st i i schoolhouse In Manhattan, and at 12 o'clock a salute of forty-eight guns will be fired from Governor's Island. The afternoon will si-e the playground exercises and cele? brations at 4 o'clock al Colonial Park, Battery Park. Thomas .Jefferson Park and I^ham Park. City Hill Will again lead the proces? i?n in the < ening with music, light, and speeches to and to the gayety. rhere will also bo celebrations at Washington Square, Soldiers'and Sail ors' Monument end st Grant's Tomb lenl Marks will speak at all of these points and Henry Clews wil! ?pe-ik at (iian* Tomb. Mayor Mitciiel and Other eit) oil rials pros ise sn Moffic al i ahortly after dan.. Simultane ously lights will flash on si d the musit be struck un in dozens ol pari over the city. MUSIC will ne a largo feature of the celebration rest ion pif.,s will be formally opened for folk nf ano game . under th? ipei of the Parks and Playgrounds iation of the < ity of ' i ? are ' ? Market i eatlsssed f>* r?x? ?? eeJaasa ? SINGER ARRESTED. A BEGGAR. A T SCENE OF OLD TRIUMPHS Johan Barber?a, Aged 90. Oner Opcm Star and Friend of Patti and N?rdica, Caught at Metropolitan Opera I loupe Begging Dime for Lodging. Johan Berber? won h - freedom on n .... . ? ? /,, :,? fon Magistrate l'en Kycl n th< m< n's nighl < mu? by telling I hi toi of 1 opei i , reel beg gai He i ninet? real old, ?< I , *f ,J ||' | I,' , I ' ? > J0h I I Or,,]. I,' ? hi ,,, i dieane) quad, n front of I he Mitropolitan Upera Hi "It ? ;i m,I ;, 1 I i . 'in ihi, ' ? i, th Moi dica," ipia1. ered ' he old 'nu 'i "The. pa ? i lod mon? ??- I o m? I hen, i nd os i eel 10 cent . foi a moi . head pas? me by. I asked foi money I had to. How else <o.ild I get It? Mj o e< is gone, Surely, !n front of the opera . I hould re? ei? e orne > on - idera (inn " II?, Iihi) come lo th i ounl i ) t\ om I ' ily, he i, n|. ?i ft it studying in Kurope ; i om ' he first hi fui Bac! m ih' to h>- i,- ? v sdem of l atei l .,|,|i ..i,il m ill M"i ioi ,,. of great ingei pa i end pi s enl pun? ' u '''-'i h In i Ir da] ot n, i (loi i Patt i, '.". ? I , ,i . "iiilii ich, I 'huh I ..?..,*-- ?n,! di ei mor? pre bia inl I mates. II? ?Mb the ?tiicis h turns Abbot'. | diet Sail I eke i ? mom . had flo ird !? eemed tn:<' ihen ij to the sti e.,'n ir * i golden land He ipent I - ?orne he invested unwisely. Some he ga- e to 1 endi II < n rned, and at li began to 01 part he ronl nurd -o m 'oMii lit ing foi ? fter his ? had gone 11 ? .11 Parch ' " s posit ion ?>?! ; he ? ..., hope!? ? ? ? ' i umpha, exiled h im end he answered. II ? took a ??? .i|o I. , ? I.. I .. I bod] si d "'il '''t" 'her by odd i Ye-ti rda\ ihiiig of value bad bren pawn?!* \ kind heai t> *i ?nan rhorn he opp? ?I I i., ,| ?. 11 i ., to h torj bul ^'., ?? t m a nickel With h i rl in his i ?,. ? i the >do man ri the ? , m i., ii of Bi oad ? s h ? - ad "ne" b> en : h : nugi d ith his dmii i < w ould listen to the t - b< . .i| hl lo ?rhi i" i ??" i.i ii,. i i1 to then \ ? i pa " eil Inns enough ta g^r htm ? coin end bid him rgoai lh?.u the Koliccmau unit*. WHICH OF THESE SISTERS FIRST SAW MRS. BAILEY DEADf MRS. IDA POWELL MRS. FLOREN! R < \RMAN ARREST MRS. ANGLE IN BALLOU DEATH She Refuses to Answer Questions at Probe? Her Bai! Revoked. COUNSEL BALKS CORONER'S QUIZ Woman?. Talks with Drad Man's Son Blood Shown in Stain Tesf Report. ' [ Prom a Stall ??? eat of . July 3. il i He . M. Angle, who ?m hold as a materia witness in connection with the of Waldo J!. Hallo i. tras ordered ar ; la'e this afternoon and l P' ?aonei to-i gl Police Head?] ?at - ters. Her bau of 16,000 was revoked. ll< r arrest occurred after she re? fused to answer ?]? mictions a'sked by Coroner .lohn J. I'helan. This was dore on advice of Counsel, v ho ? , plained that her nervous condition v. nuld not permit her being examined. The action follow,,! an interruptioi in 'he inquest, ?vl ich was ca'led in the Citj ?our!, sfter Chief of Police I Hrennsn and Dr. Bruce S. Weaver, a pathologist of the Stamford Hospital, had been called to the Itand. Chief Brennan told of finding blood-stained articles of rearing apparel belonging to Mra. Ingle and Mr, Ballon and of conversations he had with 'ho woman on the night Ballon met his death. Dr. Weaver testified, as an expert, that an a slysis showed that blood eaused the sta ->s found on the stairs of the U'ppowam Building leading to angle's apartment and those in her bedroom, a- well as the spots on the garment which she wore on 'he night of the tragedy. The interruption wa? long enough to permit Nicholas C. Downs, her conn sel, to summon Mrs, Angle, who was a' 'he home of Mr?. George Eagle. Mr?, \ngle Sho?s Distress. She was brongh' to the office of ; ( hef Brennan, just to ti e roar of the , courtroom, by lier father. Leonard Blondeil. Her hau was disarranged 'and her eyes were red from crying. In the room beside her counsel a' d 1er father were Coroner Phelan, Vber Phillips, 'he local prosecutor; Brennan ami two stenographers. ?. r.ciTi a ? t ne coro: ri began h ? ion M rs. Anglo'- lav. vor a-, her to answer only questions mighl .1 sisl the officials in identifying the article- found in her rOOmi "All queal ons mu'i he answered or none a' all." Coroner I'helan an nounced. Whereupon M [ turned to her father and said: "Father, i want to tell my story of whal poneil." After -i shorl pause, Mr. Blondall re? plied: "What's 'ho use of paring a doctor if you don't take In? medicine?" AH of th ? ? 'he o-.c-op tion of Mr?. Angle and her father then returned to tl.ourt room, where the ? ?iitinnrd on oa(e .'< rnlnttin J BARONET DIES ON dl Musician Drowns Trying Save Sir Davis Anson. London, Julj '?'?. More o: u i ? oundi the tragii ? o. rjn ighl river party on 'hr rhi night. Sii Dei n ?n. baronet, who a month a'?, mece tit I . ? V \ of Parliament 0 and a . I named M I n " to ?'? ' him, il Renckendorff, ion of th tmba - lador to London, areh for the The facts, accord ng to the best dencc thus : able, appeal i" thai Sii Item-, a high-spir full of pranks. uant',1 to into th?- river from the deck of boat, and was prevented by the i i halted by some of the wo of the party Anson went to anol pur' of the boat and dived into i', -' ..."i i iew strokes eemed in difficult i bandaman, Mitchell, who nras a k , i . " fir to the rescue, but tly the current was running ?s :?'!? him. Other members of the party ? Hon, Jasper Ridley, Mr, ?? nd S \ a . I h, the ion an?l dau ',?1- n-law of the Premier; Edw Homer, ?laude Russell, Mrs. -Ta? Ridley end A. 1?. Cooper, the 'mi Lad] Agaei ? looser. WILLIAMS BUTTIN? IN, SAYS BRYA Issues Denial of Respom bility for Minister to Greece's Criticism. Ms ?hingt on, July S. Resnonsibi! iblished statements critieisi ,,ns in ?Vlba r , redit- d . Pred Willis " "ter of t i ? ted Stal ?i to Gi ee< e. ? ;?. J ? i by the Stat< Department ? k formal statement issued tary Bryan, The ,mi te report on his act, the Balkans hai no; reach ngton, and heretofore ? ' ernment ha e been silent c i cern ng pr? ? dispatches quoting h' arj Bryan's itatemenl follows: "In reply to inquiries addressed the Hepar?ment of S'ate n< to wh the American M r ter Athens had to make the remarks . tnbuted to him relative 'o the coin tion of affair i Albania, the Seer ?. ? ? ,,'" State has replied the M ni was authorized by '.ne 11 l?tt ment of State only to V'\ il Kpiri to "'o erve condition! and report t* ? i er. anee' to ,;ic d parti ' '. and thai the publiabed r mark? which he ii rileged to ha-. i>'i,,l? were given solely on ' and with no authont ?? thi depart mei I M imi'l report of hil lil '''.t1- n< \ r! iieen re?.id." Retal eirclei the action of th i luing tl ' atemei ng the arrival of M Will imn'a report ?a? regarded a 1.i|'-i :.-it. It wn" said thf Pri ' Wil?on ha?! called :he a' tention ?r the department to fh (i rity of the lituation, luggestin that no time should be In?; in lettin '?ie~ted powers and the worl ?' .? ir. attacking 'he Prince o v . am) his government m Albgni *rr Willian Beting upo instructioni from Washington. Presi dispatches have reported th itei .i- tendering hii resignetiei Secretary Bryan raid 'he r"?tfrna iot reached the department NEW YORK BIGGEST INCOME TAX PAYER Cit\ Contributes More than One Fourth ?if tito Country's in, ?lit idi;al Levy. w ihington. July :. N'ow Vork City conti buted more than one-fourth of the individual income tax for he coui .',,'. i| I, -, | . ,, ;iry Depart a-.'l about one-seventh total coiporation tax, according io ? ',' out bj the Secretary of iry to-day, 11.,- total collected throughout the countrj from corporation, exciae and income ta\e- ?at $4,1.079,819 41, while the *ot-il indi? ?dual income ta . amounted to $2S,.10?,3.16 69. i'he Id Ne? Ynik District, which comprises fc'ork City, paid s total Indi I vidual income tas ol $7,950.070 02 and a I corporation tan of $6,H89,028 41. 'I he-, ft gun ., : ? abject to revision pected that there s ill be creas? in the coll? i ot V it II lit t lie ne-.t M eck. ^ orb. .i.it' iwellcd the income ., ; , '1'iti let $8.16,98 14? 2d. | 07005 Id | ?..??i 98? ? I it n. vu;,, i 1 -lot. 'II, f-'01^94 I*, and 28th, I luiJSfOS. I PROMOTERS MET IN WIL?AMS'S OFFICE Controller of Currency Brought Gold Hill ?Mine Men Together. NO INTEREST IN PPOPLKTY. HE SAYS Senate Investigators Hear New? man's Story of Efforts to Make .Mine Pay. - Bu su Washington, July 3. The part play? ed by John Skelton Williams Con? troller of 'lie Currency in the trans? action- relating to the (?"id Hill mmo. v. h eh was boomed on the official Sta? tionen of two CO -in ttees ><( 'he .-en ate, '.vas diselosed at the hearing before the Senate investigating committee to dav. l"--m'e the far* thai Mr. Williams, in a ?tatemen1 issued immediately after the disclosure of th?. methods uaed m booming (loid lull, ind thai it had taken only a perfunctory official interest in the m ne ".hon it " ;.s , j. ' I? d ?., ; mony 'o-da> showed >ha' no and his brother. W. Berkle; Williams, were present a' a meeting in his office m the Treasury, with Walter ?i. Newman and Hennen Jennings, a Washington 1 capitalist and mining engineer-. Mi1. ' Williams adm tted that lie ad' -r' Newman 'o have Jennings look over the min? "I arranged for Mi. Jennings fo meet Mr. Newman in my office," -a d Mr. Williams, who insist.>d that he had no interest whatever m Gold Mil'. "Mr, Dewcy was culled in and I deemed .? thai Mr. Jennings be informed of his report." Thi? repot I was I '?? ??, ' the mi not bean lufflcientl; developed to jus? tify the opening of an .i--ay office in ?he vie Three week? later, Newman te he was advised by Mr. Willisms over the telephone to call on II. ? P? I kins, an associate 01' Mr. Jennings in ?mining enterprise?. At this meeting, Newman said. Perkins indicated a de lire to purchase control of (?old Hill. hut *he offer was rojer'ed. Newman also said tlia- he had corresponded with .lohn Skelton Williams ana Berk? ley Williams concerning the mine. Newman, the promoter of <in!d Hill discussed the property with Sena? toi - ?n the Pr?s d?ni '- room Capitol, made an emotional a I There were tea ... voice trembled at times when he told nf his effort? to put the nniie on a paying ba?i?. He denied that 1> ; an; thought of using the Senate sta? tionery for ai ? advai tage it might af? ford m it ; . ce in the iep ,.crmng the yaluc of the prop? Che witness laid 'hat no talked '0 on and Mart>n in ? tion to Senators Chilton aim Overman. He had beei introduced to J'omerene, he testified, by General Jacob S. 1 OXey on a train going to go. In 'elling of his oiv? a? ,? < brother'? effort t< develop the mine, I man said : "M; brother ,, thing going '0 P e, r.. and I ' '. re -? ici 1 of mite and blew himself into ten | ?and pieces, He left a letter saying hi? life's work was gone. H,. .., ? North ? arolina was the richest it ?lie Union. When I heard that [ took oath I'd never lot go that property till I pro ed his statement or went the waj he v ' George ? . Cohort?. Director of the Mini H'lr'., i that he sent F. ' Dowey, a government assayer, 10 ? ?; amine the property after talks Newman and .lohn Skelton William- to determine if the product on wore s uffi cienl to reopen the assa] office at I 1 1 1' tte, N. C. FORD LETS INCAPABLE GO Many Men Hired Couldn't or Wouldn't Work. ti . ' ?i .? . n:\ D oit, Jui) ?'.. The Kord Motoi Company, which recently laid ofl oral thousand men. is running full tuno. '\ith 13,000 men emplo) cording t" a statement mad? to-day bj ?John R. I.ee, .superintendent. Mr. I.ee also gave t BOU expiai Sl of 'ho lav-ofT of thirty days ago. It in? ?imply a weeding out of the in? efficient and the indolent. Thousands of 'ho men Mr. Ford hired lasl ?inter pro\e,I ' o i>, incapable of doing good work 01 too las? to work, rhe? wore kept 1 1 the pa i"i' for months. Some could not, ?ont? would not, Hie) were for? ignei "The i< the men we laid off." aid Mr, Lee. "\?o placed la-ge num.' bei of thom <'i k'oriou other posi? tion-, but the majority of those we found had no value in our plant, had no value to other aaiuiut. ***.'' GOLDER POINTS OUT MRS. CARMAN, WITH "THAT'S THE WOMAN" Man in House When Mrs. Bailey Was Murdered?Swears He Saw Doctors Wife 5 Minutes Before Shot. SHE DENIES ALL AT THE INQUEST Mrs. Carman Corroborates Husband's Testimony That She Slapped Nurse on Whom She Spied I hroutfh Murder \^ indow?Physician Almost Hysterical at 1 ime3. i from ? Staff ' or respondent st Phs " Freeport. Long Island. July 3.?Rising from the witness chair this af? ternoon. George Golder, confronted by Mrs. Florence Carinan and lie sister. Mis. Ida Powell, pointed his finger at Mrs. Carman as the woman he saw sweep by him into the kitchen of the Carman house live minute* before the shot that killed Mrs. Louise Bailey was tired last Tuesday niglu. He held his linger pointed at Dr. Edwin Caiman's wife until she turned and, with Mrs. Powell, stepped fron- the rocrr. where the Coroner's inquest was being held. He showed no doubt in his identification. "That is the woman,'" he said "Are vou sure?" asked the District Attorney. "That is the woman," Golder repeated, his finger still pointed toward Mrs. Carman. Mrs. Carman had said that th? only woman he could have seen was her tister. Mrs. Powell. And Mrs. Powell had said that she was the woman who was in the hall From the kitchen there is an immediate rear exit outdoors. The offic ? of Dr. Carman is toward the rear of the house. Golder and Archie Post wer- in the physician's waiting room when Mrs. Bailey was shot. To what Golder swore to Mrs. Carman, cool and volunteering in her testimony, gave the hreet he. She seemed full of her story?anxious to have the authorise' id the spectators know that the self-acknowledged sus? picion of her wot.id be dissipated by her tale on the stand. She testified that she was in her room, clad in a kimono, until she saw "two women going through the hall" after the shot had been fired. Golder said he saw her in a white dress. She and Mrs. Powell testi? fied she wore a blue dress?the dress she had worn in her visit to an?l from the city. There is a marked difference in the appearance of the two sister-. Mrs. Carman is about 5 feet 9 inches in height, has brown hair tinged with gray and clear red and white complexion. Mrs. Powell is about 5 feet 5 inches in height, with darker hair and little or no color. Pest testified he merely heard a woman's voice: that he did not see a woman. He testified he reached the doctor'?- waiting room at 7:4^ Goidcr testified that Post was in the waiting room when he reached there at 7 o'clock and. seeing it full of prospective patients, went out, return? ing: at 7 .30. Tost, it -as ?o apparent to an ? comment was provoked, seemed dn dined to testify. The answers he g ?ere snort and hesitating. I,older Star Witness. It va? de? lared last night t (?older's testimony is regarded as most important that was adduced. showed nothing in his manner tl could form the basis of a doubt as liil reason for telling a full story. T examination by District Attorn Smith, it wa* thought, might bave go further. He made no effort to lin out from witnesses what the color w of the kimono that Mrs. Carman wot When (?older, who is a farmer i Baldwin. Long Island, got on the star there were about forty persons, amon them live waman, in the room a rooi ordin?r:!;.- used for trying p?tty polu ?ase. for l'reeport has known few mui ders and no murder so interest inspi: ir.g a? the one tha* now clutches its at tention. The building houses the tow police department. I|o told of himself first and then o When he got to the ?armai house he Stepped into the waitin? room. There were a n imber of per M>nI there, among them Post, he said Ho ?.?*- m no hurr<-. and rather than n the small room for hi? turn with the physician he strolled outside, v.alked around for a half hour ami then i a ne hack. He v i s there tei minutes, He he?rd ?Ice of a woman calling to some i,, e to 'op playing the piano. A few minutes af'er that a woman "in a dre?s" hurried by the door of the room in which he was waiting a room vho.se floor aras curtained by portieres, winch parted so he could iee 'he woman and headed toward the kitchen, directly in the rear of the house. The question that brought out his identification of Mrs, i mmnn shortly alter 4 o'<.io<:h. court was to br adjourn?-?! for the day, end some lime after Mr?. Camel . curious a? ?o ?bat ether wita? m ??lit give, bad testii ed. lb?- D A'torn?" signalled Mi? I ? her sister, who v.crr sitting tog?-toet, to stand up. "Gelder," he asked, "have ? ??? o tbose two ?roaiei Golder himself stood ui>. and, line the forefinger of bu right hand st Mrs. Carman, replied in th?.' :?, ? certainty : "I bave seen that won,an " Then ^e toid of the eircumi SI ? ? h is doubted, however, that chantre in her testimony will S?he wr.s Ts little perturbed i, thi moss chair as she could i in a 1rs? trying atmosph?re, Nething ?cerned to piovoke her frotn h calm ?' t tud<\ Me woman who has been ?? a part to study could have Carried her ?elf as easily as did Mrs. ? aim?; terday. Tue ?-impie-:. laem?Bgl) trifling things in such ;, , were the -hin??-- that her. vYhen tl I1 iti ' Attornej referred to possible affection ?>f h?'r r other women her ealn, ? r' i she appeared to ?how the deep? rard 'or her husband Bad to ' l"' her face a fear of lei I ? Sheriff l'ettit last nig I - pmna for the appearance of Mn rians, the nur?e I man had a dispute ?' ' '"? eont I of l he inquest Monda?, William D. Bailey. muidered Hempstead ?ornan, wi have been called to-day, bul D Attorney Smith found it inne? Mr. Smith ^'Mted the! to coi | record it would be required of Mi Bailey 'bat he prose an alibi on the stand. Before it csnie time io c?il Mi Bailey the Ih'trict Attorney talked with him sr.il then announced th?? he would not call the husband. Yesterday's sei ion of the ?nq ende.l rathei ivddeatly end rartici' Isrly thr examination of Dr. ?arman. It may be. however, thai i will be re e^'.'.'d to the stand be further questions to n'V. of Ml Carman because of Gel I BOB . MRS. CARMAN DENIES SHE WAS NEAR MURDER SCENE \. Mi Pov e? left the stanil and hurried from the hot. stuffy bearing room, by this time filled w.th impure riy eye was turned to the little room in the rear, where Mrs. ('arman. for th- last two days the central t.u'uie in the ease, was awaiting her turn to be summoned. In answer to Coroner Norton's twice lepeated call, "Mrs. Edwin Carman!" -he hurried forward, walking wth (Irm, certain step* to the witness stand, oblivious, apparently, to all the curious looks which followed her. Her intire lack of self-eonsciousness was 0 -t liking as to cau?e general com? ment Mr. Levy, her counsel, gave one sah at her a.t sne ?at dawn, and then, with a satiated smile, hu.sio.j Inmself witr the notes he was hu?y taking. Coroner Norton asked :h? | Usual preliminary questions and Mrs. Caiman answered them. looking him y in the rye Her tone w.? emotional, her vo s .-outil. but so low tea' ? ,t away <ojM he:?-- nothing '!? . y the I isked h, r !?? s|n.ik in a louder tone, but *hc ? not at least did not. "You went to Nee Veril last Tues? day, ?lie day of the shooting, did you eat?" asked the District Attorney. "I did." she answered. Q. What t.ni" dd you leave brie* A. 1 intended gain* on the ^ o'elo, ' train, hut musing that I took the ie\t one. three-quarters of an hour later, fnder Mi. Smith's Questioning ehe (old in detail of bow ?no had spei * ' ?lay shopping, of visiting varie* partsaeat stores, a jeweller's, b an ice cream -oda. and <> on, until ?he had aeeeanted tor all of her t me Hei mother, -lie testified, was will I i ? M fei SjBJC <t ons and a lan as folio" (J. What time did you ;,< t bac- M Carman." A. (in the ???10 train. U. What did \ou no uium vaur a?