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x<*gp*^ 0tk z-m .-??fri'i r?iJ?2^ ?Sribtine WEATHER r??-I)\*i. MM \l. MM ERS. TrillperatKrr 1 ?-?lerda? : 111(1?. SS; Ion. ?.? lull re|w.rl <>n l'ac* IS. Vol. LXXIV....N0. 24,713. M npyrlatil. 1911, I?, I lie l rlbime \v.,,. IuHmi.I XKW YORK, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. , , x- rsi In 4 II? of Ve* r??*. S??HrU. -Irr.,, I 1(4 arid HoN-Uen. PRICK ONE CEN? i.i>khhkri; i?? tm CARBAJAL PREPARES TO YIELD HIS OFFICE TO REVOLUTIONISTS Huerta s Successor Sends Commissioners to Guadalajara to Arrange to Turn Over the Presidency to Carranza. ASKS ONLY AMNESTY FOR HUERTISTAS Washington Administration Actively at Work with Leaders of All Factions to Bring .About a Complete Settlement Without Further Bloodshed or Disorder. Washington. July 16.?Following the aimost unprecedented bloodless change in Mexico's government last night, comes an equally unprecedented : rale in which the Carranza revolution triumphs and assumes the reins ot power in the capital without recourse to arms. Francisco Carbaja!. Huem's successor, advised the United States g vernment to-day that he would surrender the office of Provisional President to General Carranza, his only condition being that the victori . us Constitutionalist grant amnesty to those who have opposed him and asree to protect their property. Carranza a.mounced to-day at his temporary capital. Monterey, that his entire effort would henceforth be devoted to concluding with Pro? visional Pr?sident Ca.hajal terms which would assure peaceful entry in?o the capital by the Constitutionalist forces and prevent further blood? ied and damage to property. Ihr plan to br;r,g this about is i lr, its present ro "?'ate Lhis plan provides thn*. a si number of Constitutions to preaerr? order in '?'? I the arrival of the three c, s shall ei ? ? ? r.-.pital ft ..ara under the command ?regon. Obrego I are there and he - ? -om the c. I'carr < ommi???i(>ncr?? to Lead. ? ?.rigon and guard Carranca, having 'erm- an'. ? | proclaimed his resignation ' .rran.a escorted into ' ?he three Car ba jal pe; -?or.ei-. who are now on th . Guadalajara. These are Jel Novelo and Enrit* Mangel, ?vho ??ere members ? They wer? arbajal immei ? R. Sillit jl at Sal! ? ? ? Ilepartrr" .? him ic < Genera t h e I ? o-s on aoc ' power. ? ai rar. ? ? ta. M mai ? ther h ? , -?,. ? ? ?? ? ? ? i ? i - ? ? .. . . s ? arhaial ?. ' ?agi ' Pi ras date .--.'. ard rr-ad a ? h ' r, f Presiden? - Gen :? i . ? ..... for Euro] make i ? .?'-. upo , . eounti ? ? ? ? . t h e p i us This m^ssag", Mi ' I r>.a,in*"i - 4- ? arb*.'?l hh'i t... ? ',li'inu??l . li (.*?? . ? ? i -1 r,.,, : This Mornings Arms. I O? M.. . i ! ' ? ?. . ? I R. il ... 1 ; 11 11 ii GENERAL. ' 2 ^ fid- :.' ? ? ? . ? ? : ? I 1 Bryan Out ?? 1 1 Ml-' M.l. \M.*M - Varied Interests f> ? -? i I v .?.'? .' . 7 '? I 10 and II -ntnts 12 \t '). I? ' 12 l : ... i , i : CARRANZA INSISTS ON TOIAL SURRENDER In r.-|il? to ? iik-??.>ki' from The Tribun?' iiKkiiiK Inn? Ihr r.-?ii?nutioii of Hiu-rta Hii.l lite hi .?-??ion of < iirl.aj.il ?xotil?l iinVit In? plan?. <.iii?-riil lin? ea***'*'? ?ii<> o?>?v aeeaai Hc.tin.-ii in i.e n.iop III? nr\f rr..?i.l?..l nf Mrxli'ii, ?put til?* full.mini; <li?l'nt. Il lu?! nii?-li1 : *>l..nt?-rrx, xi.i I nr.-.l... Jolj 18.?*?n? irntn Meftaajc ayer i.? -retirada lin?-n,i ii<-i pedes q*aa ii.ii.in usurado puede tr.irr <?>mn r..n?r? u.-ni in I? rlnilirioli in? i.miii i?.nnl ejercito <ih<- l<> ????ti.-ii? . ?>n I.. . mil terminara la gnrrra actual ? ?>. nuestrn pal? de In rontrario ?ontin aarm la lacha hasta ?-i trinnf?. <i?iin Itixi. X ?'olliplMo imi?a I oil?! it u? loll alMa. -?i?n?-?li \ I \l(l< \N/ .. Traaalatloa, "In ne**!** I" ?mir .?inrli-nu?. in,?-,?i;?? <>? ?..?trr.lax I If llurrt.i ? hI.iIIi at ion m ? lie i?.??'r_lir bad ii?nr|i.-il ?an l.rini; ..? a r??Milt Hi.' i n? omlit i.mal ?nri <inl?r o? lin- arnix ?tiiili ilipporll l.iin. Hit |,r? ??nl ?Mir in our ?ountr.x .vill be hr?ghl I?, an .-li.I. Uni il Hie I..II Ir.irx i. ?in.-. Hi.- ?Iruggle v? i 11 ?on linn.- for I he complete ami ?Irflnlt? Irtaaaath ?,f tii?- i ?>ii?t it?n lonalM raaae." WOMAN'S CHARITY BLOCKS A STREET Newsboys Fight for Mcr Pennies?Arrested, Says She's Diplomat's Wife. ? olman St? rged Into ;. ,* ? av, and 23d st. 1?. -t i??, thinking that I, W. W. ? us in progress. Unen he ha.I ? . ? nd hims? n a swirl ol ? ? ? ??? for pennies and ?.??? i ichly dressed woman was to ling about. Th< . the woman she ? locking traflir with her charity s ked her to '?.-??st. She replie?! : that turn?'.| th? ? his brow ., heel ? ? He pei woman arrest her I she didn't gave him another up * ion of below va-? .. glam t hi IC?Zed *.,.... her to ? ition. There ? ? eg? ti an I *.<>M I have h im ? - * Wilson. '...-., an?! * ? . .rn<-..' ? refuse* to pwe . ? ? . ... ? ? . - ? aid ah? of a mi mbei .lag trat? :. r. . nee. The woma ? ? i much ? xpensive d she did nol ca * -. ?? * :?? she ? irl After her relea >? * hi1 - ? in for ' veial minut ?*. Then .epoi'< : -, -I di pai ted BELLS ON* CONVICTS Jersey Authorities Thus to Save Wages of Guard. . . ' .. ! ? . . . ? ird of F n ? ? '.... . ??? it to hire I to wai . road alona* th* ttl? l Lay ton Turn | pon an . ..... A ' ? heel, ??. ill in ? their neel ? ? ' ' ape ed to ;:'. fa > i they ? ,, ?.. paid 2 ' .,,,,., ? ? . hori Town of Hearit Wiped Out, ./? ? I , fire ft ? -, ? of Ilearnt, .,,. . ?? -,' the Ai-coma Central .,1 if,,.' o?. Hay Railway and tha , ? i Ht i ? i H?-'"'??a'i . ?i endlpg Ihrem*** ?i ree .it ya and ??H'h*?? 30 SAID TO BE KILLED Trolley Car and Freight Crash Near Norfolk. Norfolk, Va., July 16. Thirty per? son?, aie reported k lied ?? the result of a colli ion between a trolley ear Htul a Virginian Railroad fr< igh1 train at a crossing aboul 'hrre mile? from Norfolk, PRESIDENT WILSON ILL Cancels Engagements Because of Attack of Indigestion. Washington, July 16. President suffered an attack of Ind ? on early this morning, and. a? a eon sequence, all hi* engagements for ?he day were cancelled, including confer with S. l'.. Bertron, a New York hanker, and Representares .lonnson, and Linthicum. BABY HALTS NOTED CASE Third Pulitzer Grandchild Causes Delay in Widow's Suit. 'lii. binh of a third grandchild of the late .lo?-eph Pulitzer has oau ed a third delay in a judicial proceeding brought by Mrs. Pulitzer, widow of the >ap< ? publisher, to determine her righl !.. certain itocV di? idendi paid on securities held in trust for her. Tne point to be decided is whether the ?ii\i dends should be regarded as principal or be added ?o a trust fund for htr benefit. The tiiiitt.-i ha^ been before Phieni?; Ingraham, as referee, for a year. Twice after the proceedings had g.,t under way they had to 1" '-K.pne.1 each time le Include in the action n new person ,iusl arrived in the world. They were Pu tier, 3d, and Clemenl ?'lark Now a v.ow defendant has appealed ? person of Cynthia Edith Elmalie, luly l, ;.? Colorado Springs. Mrs. i ( was Miss Constance Pulitzer. Application to have the ne?v baby made a defendant in the case ??as submitted t.. J istice Guy \esterday. The court ??ill appoint a guardian .id ? r. ook aftei the ?nteres! ? of i ' y n ? h i a. ASSAIL MRS. WAKEFIELD Witnesses Say She and Plew Visited Place of Murder. New Haven, July 16, Several wit? - were called to-day by the prose In the second trial of Mr?, i'e. -,e .1. Wakefield for the murder of her husband, William Wakefield, al re in dune of last year. Mrs. v. tkefield is accused of having con? spired with James Plew, her lover, to put her husband out of the way. Plew, tin- ad ual slayer, as I ? the crime. Mr?. Wake? ? h rough the efforts of Conn? I eut suffragists who became interested in her ease, secured a new trial. I streetcar employes to-day testified or several days before the mur .cr Mrs. Wakefield and Pie?? frequent? ly visited the place ??here Wakefield's ,! later discovered. ' ?? her wit to I ? ? Tinged rela? ten ?h.- ?roman and her hua bai - ai : to i-.er repeated expre . ? affei lion foi Plew, It was also shown that immediately the m irder Mr??. Wakefield ?vent ,-ith PI? erting that her nd had deserted her. REWARD GOOD SAMARITAN Gets Legacy of $4.000 from Man He Befriended. . ' *'. Ice Barr?. Penn., July 16. Mi well Ward. ? telephon? ineman, of ' ' Road . Bradford Coun? ted ' 1,000 for help ren? dered Oscar J. Wanderlau, of Montana, ?ck and penniless in Su u\ City, several y.;n | ago. In ItWM, when Ward was working in 1 . he ?van approached by a ger, ??'ho a-ked him to ''take hun ;. a meal " The stranger claimed that h ? ?? the on of s wealthy Mon? tana man. but thai he wan sick and ??ithou1 funda. Ward ?cok p.i him and took hen to a hotel, ordered a breakfasl and also instructed the to furnish the stranger with dinner and supper. Fourteen dollar-. and icventj cents ??as paid for board a:. \ *!i for a doctor. ? ?: Wanderlau waa able to de ? i '. \\ ,,i ?!' a.!dr"-s and gave the mon"?' tha' Wal I h;..: pa d. ? MAD DOG ON BROADWAY Rushes Through 34th St. To Be Shot on Fifth Av. A mad dog .a-: ed a scare <>n Broad? way . 34th st. and fifth av., las) : ? .. ? . leaving the McAlpin and Waldorf \ toi ?. made hurried re treal ?> the dog, un Irish terrier, ? i j apping among them. Seal Madii "' ?' ' he dog tei ?ed a woman by the skirl and ?ore th?? gar completely <>?l before he -.? a . down l.y William Golden, head portei All - h", ?? it h <.'?"'.,-? Miller and Julius Simon, wenl t<> th? table l.ioom-. The aroman, who did ii'.' give her name, went home in a taxicab. A blow from Golden knocked the do;- down a panel ehu'e a* th.- Al?man there Patrolman Gorman M- an ?mal. KING'S COUSIN WEDS BRITISH COMMONER Clos? Relative <?f Alfonso XIII <?f Spain .Marries .Miss Keairicc Harrington. i , : i , .\ romantic i ? p culm i...-. .1 I >. h '.,f Bourbon, of the K n snd 'I i ? pretty ?London ... elebrat? d ?p. etl) ,n London ? ithoul 'In- know 1 oyal ramil Pi inca Louis Kerdinand <>f Boui bon, pain, .teond on of I i ince Anthonj. Duke >.f Galliera, and i ,i.- Infanta I- ulal ia I i.<- lattei i.i.ni <>f K n<* Alfonso, being the daugh hi of Queen I abel II London Banks Amalgamate l ondon I ? . '? rh? am meed lo-da of two hi ?. I rivatij haul Ing ?in.. ' '.'lit .*>? < >. . founded m ISS !. and Robar! , Lubbock 1 ? 'o. fo.jri.j.-.l in 1770. I NEW HAVEN MUDD UP TO PRESIDE! Wilson Tells Directors Wants Peace-They Sta Pat. but Will Listen. ROAD TO SUE BILLAR TO RECOVER MILLIOI Neither He Nor Rockefeller ( Receivership Is Opposed Board to Answer I. (.. C. : reetoi of the N'eu Haven - terday passed the problem settling : .' ? ? reco ra? l i or acceptance of the terms the Commonwealth of Ma- achus? for *he sale of 'he Boston ? Ma up to President Wilson for soluti the President having intervened in effort to secure action by the bo that would render prosecution neeessary. The President, it it stated Dnoffici I.V. appealed to the board through ? of its members, said to be Dr. Are Twining Hadley, presiden! of y University, t.. accept the terms Ii down by Massachusetts and avoid e barrassing the administration by fo ing Attorney General McReynolda bring suit under the Sherman a thereby further disturbing hu.in? ?'.hen the Presiden! is ?n?:ou? to i s!.tonfldencc and normal cond tioi The board's answer to this ?--as agreement to stand by its previous ? iision not to accept the Masaaehuae? act, but to d'. nothing thai would i tel fere :r, any way with the subatil tion of conditions ?hnt would be sat f etory. "In regard to the legislation which the Commonwealth of Masi '.???" Iha! there shall stamped ' a <-!au ng the ( mo te right purchase the Boston ?t Maine sto owned bj the company," sad the <.f c hi rep.,i- of 'he meeting, "?he .1 ? ? her roc d-d from ?he position nor closed the <i...>r to hi ther negotiations." Itoad Will Bae Billard, ri c board fui 'her deeided to ftgl (?? application I ha! may be mi ? receivership, and announced thi .- Job 1, Billard for the $2,700,000 profits th Int?ntate Commerce CommiMsion, i r, port, ? . sc? rued to him in? properly through the involved finan? by which the New Haven ?i ure control of the Boston I Mam.-. Billard was not pre ? I ' ' " "?*?"e' ?ng< nor did he send the res .: tha! had been requested. r\ |;ockefeller, who, d? ipite his supposai infirmities, escaped newspaper pho tographers by running down a corri ,,,,,- ; , , art ting elevator, author.?? i the statement : "1 ?"? noi c?",f: U reaign to-day," but did not deny tha o |id ?-.?.ii retire from the board. The decision to sue Billard, accord , | to the stat< ment issued aftei ? terday'i meeting, - - ""' ?? -h-n< 25, three ?fr',? before the report ol the Interstate Commerce Comm ..cmmenduig Ibal he be sued was mad" public, and was, therefore, ac? cording to officia!-' ?f 'he rompan?, no! inspired by that document, which will be answered by a committee to lie rained later. The committee selected to supervisa ? orh consisl ? of .'. L. Richards, chairman: Edward Milligan and Francis T. Maxwell, and under the terms of its appointment is not rc stnct?d to a suit ?gain-' Millar?! or ?he Billard Co. all of whose assets, ?he Interstate Commerce Commission - , h? long to th?- Mew Haven, This committee reported to the board thai "steps for the recovery of such ?ums, il any. a? may be due this ? ..ii.?.any" from the "Billard Co., or in? dividual connected therewith, are be? ing taken und? r the ad'.'ice of COUI Who the Counsel i-, James H. Il\. * , ?vho presided at the directors' meeting in the absence of Howard Elliott, ??h.? :s in Maine on a vacation, dec! | ?ay, other than that the lawyei : were no' in the employ of the company al the tune of the Billard deal . Scheduled to meet at 1:30, the directors began to gathci not long after noon, and prompt I-, ?(' 1 o'clock, .?hen all the directors except Billard, ? ?irilltiiirrl >.n pase S, i ..Iiimmi .", SAYS ROCKEFELLERS RULE CIVIC PROBE Dr. Allen Quits Bureau of Municipal Research ?After Clash. RIVAL GETS $50,000 GIFT TO AID WORK Dr. Cleveland Will Supervise $30,000 expenditure Trouble Over Research Plans. Convinced that the Bureau af Munic? ipal Research has fallen completely under th.- domination of the Roc'ixefel lrr foundation, Dr. William II. Allen, ,, tensibly on a si*" months' lea\e of absence sa a director of the bureau, while he ?a doing ipecial work for th?; Univer t) of Wisconsin, will not re iurn to the bureau at the expiration of his l^av. If thco is a change of policy which will give him a free hand to go ahead ?? .th work along lines ? h'<-h it is known the Rockefelleri objected to, he may return. But it can he said there ?a no likelihood of this as I>t. l'red erick A. Cleveland, now sole director of the bureau in Or. Allen's absence. obtained an appropriation of 150,000 from the Rockefeller Foundation for municipal research, and would no! re? main in the event of Dr. Allen's return. Dr. Cleveland ha? the support of the board of trustees and al.so the con? fidence of the Rockefellers. Of 'he .?."lii.rnii. appropriated by them 120,000 to the Bureau of Municipal Re earch without conditions attached to ?t, bul the Othei "130,000 I under the control of a special ti istee, nol sp? rig on the books of the bureau at all. and to be expended under the su? pervision ?f Dr. Cleveland along lines ; by him. I ramble start? in Bureau, between the directora of the Bureau of Municipal Research arose several months ago on the que-*, tion of pol ? ,.-?.. d t.. the Train? ing Sell.ml ?'?.i Public Service con? ducted by the bureau. Dr. Cleveland belieied that the ng ichool should stick to educa? tional work, whili the research? the bureau should be conducted b soiled i'.\ji. . Dr. Allen, nn rM other hand, wa? in the babil of assigning the amateur experts of the training ichool to held work in municipal investigation n outside of Ni a "-fork. The r? - ..ult wa ? thut there were two en i .,? work the experta and the both doing their work and publishing 'he results und,., the name of th? bureau. Dr. Cleveland objected t.. -he Ule of the student experts in this ?ay, and he and Dr. Alien tried to reac'.i a amicable agreement, dividing au. thorny. Failing in th.. Dr. Cleveland ?. ed. Tin, '.xa? ?arch 2. In his lettei he recommended that then- Le a ?ingle director with sole authority. Who,, j;. Pulton Cutting, chairman of 'he trustees, received Dr. Cleve? land's resignation, he held a conaulta tion with the tuo men for the purpo - of patching up the difficulties. Peace Plan I ail?. l>r. Allen thereupon declared that the objection? wen nol -imply to I>t. Cleveland's policy but to Mai pei oi ally. Then he was told ?hat the ob? jections were only personal to the ex tenl that there w? eel ions to the things done b> him, while there were no objections to the policies of Dr. f'leveland or of Henry Bruere b him. While tho?e Interested were attempt? ing to bring about .?ome working ar rangemenl whereby th?* service o both men could be retained, it hap? pened *tiat the term of tiie Rockefeller annual lubscription ran out. and Mr. Rockefeller expressed a desire for .*?, consultation in regard to renewing hi? support. He met Mr. Cutting April 19, and at i ?.nimu?.?) .m r.ic? !, relama ? WANTS AMERICAN GIRLS AND DOLLARS KEPT HERE Repr?sentative Rowdle, Who Proposes to Tax Heiresses Who Wed Titled Foreigners, Urges lathers to Ar? range Their Wills to Prevent Such Marriages. , i- i '? m? i' ? ? (Va hington, July 16 Represen I at i vi Stanley li Bowdle, an Ohio Democrat, i,.r , ed " eall h j *?mei ?can fat her - to? da* to make their ??' ill? ao .? to pr? . ? ? h? 'i daughtei i rom mai rying 1... eignet - uni il the Bowdle bill la m- i uch ma i riagi ? enacted Inn tatemen! ippoi ' of hi? lull M r. Bowdle name twenty-two Ameriran ; i ?. married foi i ignei . Ihereb? "removing hundreds ol millions ? i lean dollar from this coun ?i . " 11,?. ?ihio ni.inl.i, iecenllv intia ? mi i up imposing h SS per ??ut enamel 'a*, on the income <>f anj i, i? ?? ii?. may contract marriage with h titled foreigner. He says he ha< been investigating the lubject, and s eursory search of the records of inter i itional marriage re eala the names ol more than .? ?core of American girl? who have married ?broad with-n the la?! few years " W il h in nu i v. ,i i ." ' a', s M i Bowdle, "'hi ? peril a .11 he reco b? both politi.-al part.. In a of ? taxing law father, of \xral*1! ?ho fctiU pre;erve their respect for Amen- I can in ?i i'ut ion i should see to it *hat their ??His are arranged to stop this ev I I'..- Ii ? pre ented by Mr. Bowdle In? elude Anna Gould, Countess da Cai tellane and later Princesa de Sagan and ii." Duchess de ?Talleyrand; Vmen Could, Ladj Decie ; Misi Alice Thaw, i .. intess of Yarmouth; I.ama S'allo. Prince ? Murat; Helene Stalin. Prin .???? Ro piglioao; Helene Zimmerman, Ducheai of Manchester; Mrs. Stewart, Bragaasa; Eva Lai P m.-, - Colonna Stigliano; Chap?n, Countess Villard \illai ; **.!i Sampaon, Marquise de Talleyrand-1 I'.. ig.>id; Ella llaggiii. Counteaa I ?'?i.-.; Misa Wheel?ir, Countess Maxi? milian Pap^enheim; Conaurlo Vaader bil?, Duches of Marlborough; M ^i Gladys Vanderbilt, Prince - Bschonyi; Mies Mary ?Leiter, ?Lady Curson; \1 Margare! I ? itei. !*.!? Suffolk; m Leiter, Lady < "?lin ? 'ampbell; Win (?..(??ti . ... Prince-1 Polignac; Mi.. Heine, Pi i nee o Mona?... Anne Raid, Ladj An ar) Aylmer; Florence Binnti King Iniiil, Princess Paolo < am percale; Anna Robin on, Counteaa of j Boaal**aV MANSLAUGHTER, 1ST DEGREE, MRS. CARMAN'S INDICTMENT; $500,000 IN OFFERS OF BAIL I'K'iv, ,\ i k AM) \. I I'M SS IN I! VII K> ^': KDKR I VSfc WHITMAN PUTS T. INTO DOUBT CU Doughty Colonel's Mot for His Attack Adds t< Complications. ROOSEVELT MAY PIC HENNESS^ FOR RA< District Attorney Says Reo Is Denial of "League with Barnes." |i ?? ? ? * ".;. Whitman hei leaving the i :? laut night to spend ....',. > al Newport, replied fulonel Roo ' lek. H?* ign? the Colonel'* innuendoes which mi the District Attorney a member of Ananiaa Club and said he had no re to enter into h personal tjuar with Colonel Roosevelt. One line hia1 italemenl gave promiae, of something thai ia likelj :" ca? ?he win ' ter Bay to fore long. The line follows : ??[... .lo ii(>t a' this tune wi to analyze ihe motive which prompt the publication of this Colonel Roo velt's) attack." in }? ita'.cmenl Mr. Whitman co (?tied himself to nn expo fae1 n Ihe ca io. Whitman Inawera Charge, His answer to the v? iled charge th he x?oui.I be "in league with Barne if elected Governor was a declarati? that his public record '.u- S icfutati. of iiny such charge. He repented again 'hat the "rouf draft copy" of the letter bearing h initials, which were concede.! at Oyst? Bay n..t to have been written by ti ? attorney, was not prepared fa him, and thai he had no hand in il i i ena rat i01 Mr. Whitman gave out for publia lion the letter which Colonel Roosi d had been shown to him on 11 ?m by Charles H. Duell, jr., when th latter sought to win 'he Progressiv, indorsement for Mr. Whitman's can ?idaey Tb:? letter, of tha date of Februar !.*. *xh? the only letter Mr. Whitmai ever wrote to Mr. Duell. Commentini ,,,, .),,. letter, 'he District Attorney aid : "1? was prompted by the eery an parent desire, expressed to me on th? pi it of some who have been prominenl m 'he Progressive part* two yean ago, to jom with th? independents, a ?.11 i.? the Republicans, in sn effort * secure the verj best candidates to bs voted for at the prima:;.','' ?iplains Leiter ''iieMii.ii. Mr. Whitman's itatement, m par*, follow i : ??on Februar* 19, r.?l t. I wrote a let* tei to Charlea II. Duell, jr.. sa* ing in ubstanee that, m my opinion, candi? dates it, the coming state .lection should be ?elected with reference t. their Rtness, and for no other eon* sideration; thai the direct priraarj lu.? afforded the only nietho.i b> which this could be hroujjht about, and thHt I *aw ne l'en-on vhv all good ?'it i.'.i'li-, regardless of political fuit h. should be opposed to such a plan. 1 attach . copy of this let i er from in. Ales. This letter ^ published in another column.] **1 have i.ited this in effect publicly a irr.'.-t many time In the paat, and the opinion ex|.I in mj lettet i . Mi Duell i exactly m. opinion to day, and I ha*.?* no he?itatiun m ,\ pte ling 1' \ to the allei/e.l draft of a tat* tonllnueil on uast ". i-oluiitii 3 WESTERN R. R. MEN WON'T ARBITRATE I cil (jonoral Mana?*;crs' liom mittcc It Is Tryipg to Pro? long Wage Issue. Chicago, .luly 16. Representative! o the enginemen and '.-air',men of th? \\.. tern railroads who have '.?ted t< strike unless their demands for '-?ag? increases are granted refused to-daj a requeat of ?he general managers committee that the government b< asked to mediate. The eng charged ihe committee with seeking U .iet'ea* the purpose of the employe? bj prolonging negotiations. "Your request has been referred tt the join' committee,** said .? letter re fusing mediation, "and has been de : foi the rea-..11 tnat should the? join with ;.ou in a request to th? United s ta'. ? Board of Mediation aiu nation, they would place a mora obligat.on upon themselves to accept arbitration as provided in the New? land- act. As we have itated to you on several occa iona, ?hey will not ae cepl arbitration becau >? in our pa??t arbitrations the railroads have refused t.. ".ace the a?? aid - into <iff? I ' "It appears that it is the purpose of the .? ? ? committee of managers to prolong the negotiations indelinitely for 'he sole purpose of difeatmg the ieque il I of the men.'" C E. VAN LOAN INJURED Sporting* Writer in Auto Smash and May Die. I... Angele . July Id. t harle-, V. \ ai la-an. sporting writer and author "' -porting tale-, ?? a> injured at San Bernardino 'his afternoon in an au? tomobile accident and may die. Van ?Loan suffered a broken jawbone, a fracture of the left arm, -o severe that thi jagged bones protruded through the tle.h, and internal injurie.? of an ite nature. Van Loan ??as riding o-er the sky lak? grade of the San Bernardino Mountain range in an automobil? i le nan, of " ! ;>e |.,, Angeles T ii"- ' Bruckman ?as seriously ?n jitred. Van Loan was iteering the au? tomobila ??hen i| -track ,-aith and ? Mit over a precipic?. "Siamese Twins Separated. Pan-, .July 16, Ihe tWO sisters who aera born on May 22 laat, joined to gether back to back, being united in the I'ltrWiai region, ??en- cut apart to? day, I hit difficult operation ??as per formed b. Dr Mignot, asalatod b?- Dr. 1 r\ du H"., .t. chief surgeon of the American Ho pital. I at mo I delicate pal t of ?he i.pels ?.on Hvai Ihe dissection of ?he intes? tine which at "ne pom? wore united (o? i pa.e of an Inen and a quarter. ORtAT BEAR SPRING WATER .,", .- .? 0l Sll glUI ?'. StOpP? I? d botllc?. - A.M. Grand Jury Reaches De? cision in Little More than Two Hours. EXPECT TO RELEASE PRISONER TO-DAY Authorities Would Accept $20,000 Bond, Part of Sum Friends Proffer. DOCTOR AND WIFE PLAN AUTO TRIP Case Will Not Be Tried Until September- Prisoner's Re quest to Testify Denied. [F ora n au* i i am ?????? - ' ?as I Freciiorl.N. V. July IK.?-The Nassau I ?uni? l.rindJur? lo-da? found an !n diciment again-l Mr??. Ilorence C. Car man for manslaughter in ihe first de? gree, charging her nith Ihe killing O? "Mrs. Louise l'aile? in 11t** nftn e of her husband, Dr. I'd??in Carman. June 30. The indi? unen! ?as agreed upon thi ?flcrnoon afier two hours and l*ent> minute?, nf d?lib?ration. The jur?' ihen adjourned uni il I o'clock ln-mor ro??. ??hen ii? pre?cntmcni ??ill he banded formal!? to Justice Van Sielen, of the Supreme i ourl. The maximum penall? under tkt law for con?|c!ion on the i-harge of man? slaughter in ihe tir-i degree is impri-?. tinmen? for t??eni? ?ear?. At the trial in September, the trial jury may, at "s desrretion, bring in a verdict of conviction ?or manslaughter ! in the second degi-ee, for which ?he minimum penalty ?I a tine of .< 1. ;inil no imprisonment. As soon i.- the indictment is handed to Justice Van Sicltn to-morrow, Mi . ?arman ??ill be taken from her ?oil in th? Mine?la jail and brought before him for arraignment. She will enter a plea of "N'ot guilty,* and her counsel will immediate'? ? . thai she be releaaed en bail, probably in ? ?jio.nnn. The District Attorney ?rill no? op] . motion, nor ???II he .? k f.n heavier bail. Neighbor? To lie ItnnrNmen. Mic. ' arman a i '! be relea ed oi bail within s h?rt Iime after bei raignmenl II i- probable that her bonhmen ?? ?; ! he Krnr-t Randall, a wealthy r'reeporl real estate oporator and buaini - ? ma th ? 'axe, .-t retired business man. who lives ju I ? roas from the ? arman homo on th.? Merrick Road. Mr. ?arman will take his wife from*4 '?line?la to her home heie in one of h ? She will -pend the nigh*. ?-.-"Ii her ' "nh .:.rid the , '?er ?rill itart oil .? long lui tour with her husband and ->-ek t.? of honor. Dr ' arman has completed arra menta to have John J. Graham, Surro? gate of N'assau ? ounty, tan? Mi I ur? mm '- ca ?e and condui I re at the trial, which ??ill take place tn Sep? tember, before Justice ?hark- Kelby. To ?? ght ? freely predicted h-re that Mi--. Carman will ne\er be con victed <?'" manslaughter in the degree, ?< charged. It is said ?hat it will not be poasible to find t??el?e men in N'asaau County who would -end her ??i the penitent ary for a long term. There ar- many who beliova shl either be acquitted oi minimum sentence of I1JJ0G Diatricl Attorney Smith, who re - eeit ng on almost every .?-ule great praise for the manner in which he h;.i conducted the ca.-e, declined to com? ment on the aciion of 'tie gran? iiail offers Reach IMMM MI th ? . greatly rt? ?ie?ed now that t^c ca-.- I ? n. bed," ??H? his remark. Il ?? general!) that Mr. Smith h?m elf [a pleased ?ha*. ?he indictment doe. not eh arg? " ? iiman with murder in t1 gree. George, M. \.e\ y, eoua nrl foi M Caiman, sa:.! t.. : "A' 'he p| ' Prom all the testimony which went before the grand jury, ?without d< or contradiction or the chance of in troducing witnesses to controvert it a much more da- 11 have been antieip i< As I. ?> ' ?>e,,-at! to be rumoie.l about Freeport thai Mr Carman ? ould be indicted on p bail^b'e char-;? citizen? from this and adjacent to?ni began hastening t<> Dr. Carman ? th to furnii h bail in unlimit? I amounts. To nigh! he said that th? I oder- aggregated more th.c. %i. \ I rb me r. porter, while dri?in? o\t to Freepoii with Mr. i'?rm?n from, Mine?la in 'he doctor*! ?ar, gn?e him the first po?iti?e a? -ur.nice thul Ml*. ? Carman had been indicted on a chars? \ of manslaughter. ".ou are sure it's manslaughter in the tir t degree*" the doctor "SUPS '." and ?vent on: "Mi ?. ?' .ri?an a ill never pi? ?>! - to that or an? other chaige in . minee non with Mra. Railey's .!e.?'h n?.- >uj :?????? i ? o m ?\;i- made me to day that, if I could gel ha? lo plaad gui'?? to-mor? row, it coiilii be arranged so that ?he ??ould be ralea ed on a luapaitdeo] teme. It can be ?-.suiucJ tint th.?