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fflri?wne WEATHER TO-r?.\Y. rmim. w iitMi'.it, Ttrori?"raliir?* '????Irnlaj : High Ml Im?, ?'. trull r?*|,ort ?it Vis* t. Vol. I^IV No, 24.721. |? o|i?rmlit lull. II. Id? Irilmur \..<i? inlton 1 NEW VORK, THURSDAY, JULY 23* 10U. ^?\BaBaBaBaBaBaBaBa? of >'???' *? <"?'*? *-? ?? *r?. ???? ?r? "* Hobnkrn. PRICE ONE CEN? EU?l?WII?aU* TWO CBNT?. 'I SHALL VOTE FOR HUMAN,' SAYS COLONEL Indorses Kx-Senator as Republican Best lifted to t-nd Boss Rule. I RGES ALL MOOSE TO JOIN FUSION MOVt. Time Ripe. He Asserts, to Rout Invisible. Bipar? tisan Government. READY TO TAKE STUMP HIMSELF Will Make Keynote Speech at Convention Here* Whitman, Silent, i" K^tot- to sta>. ? - 'i. llintnan, ran, of H - 11 f or < moi 1 Mr. I ...-.?!;, ? ?-'it. declar* ?? ? Car-ion thin fall. We added that ild ?Mr for H inn ? ? r of Mr. H un?an waa uneqaivecal. Hie i d Mr, llinman was the man who could put to . ? ? ? . or the ? m Barn? ! Murphy, _?? vernment. S I . - ? olonel ? i : ? ' enter the - Hin. ? Republicai " ??" nhall ?rot? foi M . (,] . ?p |, ... -j l'ut\ of Moose Haue ? Irar. ?? clear . ' ? g i unit? ? rani and til?* ol ihe - ? ? . ?? in Ihe reprc , par* - Kt I -- ' ? ? ? atemenl n?? regarded by the Prog lead ' the Proi - r-*??*?re?.?ive loaders believed that the ? ? . A .? ' ?* - * In tlnlrl < nnirntinn Here. ra . ? .-?? ? ? - ' er the I ? it thi t ? Mi .,, | 1 A , ' ', ' ? - ' ' n.? '. | .? I ;.'n I I ? I *?tii-r>n.?1 or? i,??, ?, <?.|iinm | This Morning's Sews. I'M |L I I I rol.. I ? ? ? . . i i. rard . 7 , ; 11 it 11 >. f.M. RAL. i : ? POBI i MM? u.i \m <n i ? . 7 7 | ami I ? tl n ,i-: M ' * ? . I ; TIGER TAKES WAR TO WHITE HOUSE Tammany Representatives. Shorn of Patronage and Tired of Being "Slandered" by "Young Democrats. ' Purpose to Lay "Certain Facts" Before President. ?Vi-i.nu-ton. July 22. Tammans Hall I n.ir lo the White lion-?*. ' ?" n onths Dudley 1- ield Malone, of tin- Porl of Sew York; Mayor Mitchel of New Vork, Corpora C< ?! Polk of New Vorfc and i ".?? on b . i hairman of the Democratic National Committee, to say nothing of the Secretary of the rr? ? M? ?..ii.,., have l??'?'ii pounding Tarn tnar\ Mall in White lion o run tironeos. ; immany Hall is going to pound back. ing gun of Tammany's siopc White Houae ?hs tiro,! to-night n an announcement -nado by Repre? ' . ? ralil. folio?? nitr a COB? feronce l??'i??<.'n the Preaidtui! .in,I Mr. M? ? ombi. ('alla a Conference. Mr. Fitzgerald issued a call for a conference on July 'Si of tho Prmo. cratic Senators an?! Representatives from v ew Vork for the purpose of .- to Ihe Pre idenl certain p be? i'C." Earlier in the day, in 'he coin e of ? ?..... " . Fitzgerald irethren. our twenty rut'..- memberi? of ? on gres? if . ? kepi ?in ?" was in ef. feet tl " gerald ai ked. I'-- plan o' the Tammany-inapired Pr? il"n? not only the claims of the par;? m New Vork to the patronage whi?*h has been held up ??? ?1 h Re pub r.-.lor;;i office ni New , but well to pre ien1 to Mr. Wilson the view? of the organiza 1 tion in rcparil to candidates for the Governorship anil i ongre in the com? ing election . lit'Kerald K?.uc?i Challenge. Representative Fitzgerald iaaued ?< caustic ?tal. nient to-nifrht which docs Ol m< '. ??ii I. name the leader- ??T the anti-organization movement in New Vork State, bul carrie between the lino-, h challenge to the McAdoo Malone-Polk element There is al.-o a 'hidden <|ucr\ : "Whal are you going to ?!?? aboul re-electing the twenty Democrats now representing New York ' ' in tho House, and where ate ,ve tu I??? left In this bickering over pat r on age and Tamilian) ?" ??no member of the Tammany con? tingent in the House privately ex? pressed hi disdain for "thin Mi-Adoo, Malon** and Polk crowd, who ai-o try? ing ?o run thing in .v?<*??? York md who o upstate advisers include men wo ?lo not e?en call re pectable." Thii anie member ?aid he had heard to-day from one n 'he confi? dence "r the "young Dcmo?*rats" thai the?, were lo run Franklin 1?. Roo <? volt for Governor and thai Governor Glynn might receive their "0, K." a candidate for the Senate. "I ha-e invited the Democratic Rep tativen in Congre s from the ? tj , of No??. Vork to meet in my office on Monday, July 27, to lake some decisive action regarding the ?ituati?.i '?? i Vork," ?ays Mr. Fitzgerald's Maternent. "I liave been nrprd lo Iih\o this gath ome time, bul 1 have re I n the hopo iha' matters nii?rht he ?ithor\?. -e adjusted. "I tie purpo ? ' f ?inliniin! ?m paCf? S, ?oliiinn 1 CANES ACTOR SON WHO HITS MOTHEI Father Beals Youth wit Woman on Broadway Before ( rowd. ? .",'. i Bi 'n,l *. .i j ? lerda) ? Mi a ?? orna i, -? hei at 17th i lie mcI | Mi .loh -* an. i t 316 We ' l2Ktll i (hat r.i'1 i red ' ?tied h> hi . \ccoi " ? Id, . ? : t'anfi? Id, Ih ??? l";-n. re. i' ? ? i anfirl?! ? ' largo that I rafti ? ? m to let ? ? an ?hoo ? ree l< **? i 'ollowci ce ?? ? ? t foi bad Then ?'?m. ? and tl? er? .I tation ?-.ni aid h? ? fwenf Ui i ii.:'), ? rharged with n ault. He wanted I .h arge of ?,,, hot t <fei- lu.i ?'?< i' a list, hu i he pul ? ?? ? lo him. II .- monc; . i. preaent othi ppeal? ? .- * ' iw tin !,-? ?? ?i hdi ? cour ? ' ??!! ill i ' ar fi ?ends, ani n n repreaentei ? ?? ? rrel Then "i, ram? ? fat in" . ? mail awa* ird h ii ; by crying ARMY WORM LINES CLOSING ON CITY l'est in Battle Array I ora^in^ on Surrounding*Country in March to the Sea. ' ? , !'| ? ?i ,;. . i i.i- arm** worm i? IV,. . ratei in i mci * ? ? : .t" they ' ? ? .'.:. I . .'. ,' ...I. 'I. 'In and flow . ?llll . ? i d? i' ''? ?ll """i > do appea < xce a Harlem gi ? I ! ?' .jumI w i.- ?' ? i oi Ih? ir*a*y o prta? ? CANAL WAITS FiRST SHI Gocthals Ready to Send Cm tobal Through Panama War hingt on, Jul> 22, (Inofficial '???I lia- hrrii received here thai ti Panama Canal i r?-H?i'. for commerei use and th?.eamei like ?,, be nil throui unie? Governoi .? ? i Inietr lo the eoi trar bj Secretary of V i (.ion ?.ti. I? i und? i t.m.| i hat I d iccenl ? : ? annel at i'i r*racha nlide ha- nol Interfered wil p :. .1 that 'her ,uffi, ??' " ...'??? there to ??- rmil Ih p? ?age of h larg? \ mci age ? peel? d fi em i ,o? l ? ' " .thai a< ? ? ? ? irl ? da'e a' nouneing that the canal i ready an .: for authority to end through. It i though! probable tha the i ri tobal, ?? hich belong to th War Department, ???il be the ateame led rh? Cri:?l nba! ? no?? s he i.? of 10,1 egi ?tei ami t hu ??ill he t he larg? . ?- el ' the canal Ml in i eadin, t facilitate her pa ago from the Mian tie to 'he Pacific and return. \?, i .. . ? . ? lean enl Ihrougl th? ret urn i rip w ill pi obabl) be m ? ,,? . . to teal th? . ? i :. i i .i?- n igh ? ?? i not unlik, an attempt ??ill !??? made to epeed (I r, cord for fut ire na? ? . GIRL LOCKED IN HOME Father. ;? Broker Herr, Is A cused of Crnelty. Reginald G. Wittemore, a brokei with an office m Manhattan and a hum? a? ''.1 A rden Place, Ha? moi Pa ? ? Yonker . wa ye terdaj mnmoned t? apneai m Special Sen ion at \V1ui? l'lam to a ' ' arge o I cruelty, preferred by < harle P Um iicr. ?superintendent of the We I ?? ty Society for Ihe Prevention ol Cruelt) lo ? hildren. Wittemore ?a ac cu ed of locking In nine year ol, daughter in the hou " s oi e during th? ?lay. while he i in Sets Vork a' bu > i . Neig i.mplaii.<'?l a? d an ??cat ion ?? a mad.' bj Supei intei V, am? r. I he child' mother is dead and it i said Wittemore locked her m the house to keep her oui of mischiel TIGE HAD RIGHT OF WAY Two Lake Steamers Turn Aside for Dog. I? iluth, Minn., .lui?. 22. The of how three lake steamer- turned ?">nt oi th? to sai e a dog wa ? told to-day when tn?' W, II Bixby, of l>? troit. docked hen Scot! Worden, ma tei of the Bixby, took hit bull terrier Ti?:? <>n tin* trip up the lake- In Whiter! ii Kay the dog f?'l! overhoHid i ?? It. -.h'. ha?l forged ahead two before it could pul back, I'!,??!?, ; ige tiiighl not i"' i do? n, h ? ignalled Ihe steamer I. I < o ?. -.? hii h had been follow ing il. .. ? : gei t eamei of i he N'oit h . ition Company, which wa. downbound, i ?? turn out l he ? ole OUti and 'I he H ?by lo* ered .. boat, and , bra ely bul s mo I i led, wa? |ip sed up. SUES OVER OPERATION Wile Demands $100.000 for Death of Husband. Marion?. I.a,id. Hied a ipreme I ?. irt ye terdaj sgali I ?- iro lo en ai in ?it,it?-. ?? i.,,i l..i ?? <;'.ih ' . demanding $100.000 liamag? be? au ? ol the alleged ? d opera)ion on h<i hu ba ,!. i,. org? i .' i dii d n I he ho pital on January 11, 191*1 \l I l.aii'l Bid I?' i;.i '? lie, , mi . nl i? mo? ?l ol s ' .?".'n ?m i he .n' ipinal coid. I in opei at io i the direct ion of Di Ca ?? Majoi. ni ?.'?ne'. ' alleged, in ? ? .??? ? ?i.ii there ??houl?! I.? no foi th? i opei ation, there ?? ,? ,,,,, ,l ?.n?- performed without hei con ,,,i i in opei?' ion, ' ?"I Mn I.ami .,: mi ??n mad by Dr. Major, but ' by two other physicians, I MEXICAN FACTIOl SIGN ARMIST1 ?Agreement Announced Carbajal That Hostil ties Cease at Once. FEDERAL GENERAL ?STARTS A REVO Rojas Quickly Suppressed I iees /apata Attacks Sul urban Towns in Vain. M< ro City. Ju 22 That armiat ci be ween ihe government tin- < uii-titut?ona ' ? ' -i ami that ho ti!tn - nun!? u pended h*, once throughout the public? wai tin' statement given to-night bj General Eduardo Iturl Governor of the Federal 'Ii trie! the name of President ?'ail' 11" ? i noi Iturbide added that traer negotiation! would b< on a Im is giving full guarantee evei vhody. Die official, of the Mi can Rail announced to-r.igl i?*ap in railwaj line outside Vera ? ru ha beei repaired an ordin?r; pa ei t raiii lea? ?ng h? e at i o'clock to?t ? Mi, ng ? ould ma'..' ' in- 11 ip '?????t in Vera Cru/, arrh ? | , . ,, ? ,1! I"* '? r.-i li-i m ii ..m I he capil al to \ i i-1 : ? ? ? liril 111. 1 ' ral Aiiti.ii?'. Roja . a formet i oluf muai *j leader, a ho ?a* t i beca m Federal men of the Federal t roi 'I acuba ? .' b The milit .. detaehmenl oi 19th Regiment in put uit, and 'Ro ami h i met ' I ' ' et .i I Santc Fe hill ? and complet * Fi ftj of t l.r 111u? in.'i'l ? ?? i'l. , ,i |lt n i i ?cnora I Ro f'i lonel Mai r: c ?raped. I i ? ? ? Bftet oon ' In" Fed? ? i oop " .n* ?till holding \o,-\ ?mile? luburb, attacked bj Zapata, *?? il h .-Im .?t" the ? ?Hag? i" ng taken. I hei ?? *-*? i le ulti .? during i ill?-. In I -.? eon ihe "I - anee po I of i Federal and Zapata' men, but a :?? ' ea ual I ?i "'? eil her ?de. /.apai attack ? directed again ' the outlt il,.' vil l?ge, ,' her? I he elei rii plant i ? ? n ' he Hi cf ca i from Ihe cap ? i ' and lea \\ hile Tlalpan ?? r iceed, it > lirlif.ed lha I ai he ? aptured Zapata, ai ?! i hei t no fea i .?M Angi U'. ? hich a "Uii hi i take owing to I high po ii( i? \?lnrh command Ihe count rj for man) i I i?<? .? town -n ' :. i the I 'edei di ' rief, and War Mini 1er Vela lated to ighl mat all lliem had I. n |?u1 ed h; ihe Fe I ?ghf ?ng ?va a .1 to hi* goii i. lo-night to outh "i Tlalpa mil? ' '?? ' , : "i ', ,| ',,,. r* 1 idvaul >?-?'? Many foreigner*? have leff nuburhi ? i i| ?i re concent raf ing her ,,i ,. ., '. arriving for tl :, ii?. pul P" ' I he coi ' ? ' trat on ol !? rdrral t rom in ?ho rapital i erving I" allay ll Ihe people regarding an a lar?, on ''" rit) bj Zapata ri_-l train*? loaded with troop arrived hei t In . afternoo rom Quereta ro. TI : ritj ah..m 10,00(1 men inside ihr net t a ent ; * Mini ter Vrla-t declined to ?late the rea ui concentration. HER BONNET FOR RING Colorado Woman Ready t Take Seat in Congress. onoi of b ng the tirst v oma bei f,i i ongi '? i about to h I liin ' upon Mi I. J. I Hi 0 ' ? of ' At a con f? i enee a h ich will Ii to daj at the Hotel Biltmor? ?Mr Hum u v i'l con ult ? ith Judge B? Lind ry and Senatoi Hi len Ring Rol . of ' 'olorndo, ? to r he ad itj of throwing hci bonnet i ri up. Mi. |tr?u'. n i one "i the ? ame h,, i of thi ' ite. during ? l ti i and ha pet ! man;, of hei public dut . "I'm no) i unn iw foi ? !ongi et -." h i i.'i,t. "We women don't hav :,, i ,,n for office m t he West, yo All ??* di *.. 'I till am let the mm give it to u?. If I to accept the nomination I feel lire can be elected, because < olorada ol v. a; unanimou - t hei ?? *? omen 111 eel mil." Mrs. Brown voted for Roosevelf la November. She thinks the election <? a woman member of Congreai tx mh the suffrage cause in the Ea *, ? AGED STOREKEEPER SHOT BY BANDITS (jiinnien l'ire on S. H. Dubois in Hold Up al Store in Nor wood. Long Island. s m ? ? ll- , !? i Be fat 1 H II h iBo pa *.* ? . Kpis copal Church ..' Port tVs h ngton, iev iiit\ years old, anH tor more thai ., ? toi eke? i" i i Son* ood, I h r? c from Hempstead, Long I the victim last i i inmen, ijpi.?I ?" !"? inin New \ ??i k. w'n?. ?hut the merchant when I. monej DuBo .. ? I ? .. ,. >i III. |. ' , ? ' ? hirll will piohabl ? . tor? '??? rpei ? ? alone ?i 'he build ' ' " en i. red and ?? h,-d ot ? ??<? 1 he; ? . , cd, :. n.l thi n :' veiled 11 i d? mand for In? 11. gi apple<l ? ' n ' n ti,?- counter of *v,i I hi Bo ? ? heard th? In.! a"H erean ?I for help From t gl imp * of th? m? n he aid m, were clothed in daiV blue gai ?,. ,i ,, ?i ? or? ' ?'!' A gtiiri?! polies ?.Ulm ?? lent ouf ib th? effort to capture the men. SAYS "FIGARO" WAS IN PAY OF GERMANY Joseph CaHlaux Makes Grave Charges at Cal mette Murder Trial. PRISONER ^KOINS TO SHOW NKRVOUSNFSS Gunsmith's Employe Testifies to flcr Practising with Human I orm as Target. ? . i - ine.l Paris, lui. 22. The salient feature of the trial of Mme. CaHlaux to-day the ferocious tenacitj of Joseph ? r.illau\'s attach against "Le Figaro," charging that newspaper with beinp in t?. paj of ?I? 'trau?. The i ?ecu?a ' ' although complete!) refuted tu? llir te timon) <?f ?la ton Calmette'a father in law, Georges Prestat, who for thirt) years ha? been president of the rompan) owiuhr "Le Figaro," were reiterated by M. Caillaux. Il tounding to American luwjers 'o note the r\tra"r?linary lati tude u'",eii by the court to Joseph Cail? . addre the ir? on political, financia i and humanitarian lubj? ci often having on!) the remotesl po ible bearing on the que lion whether the i-layiiig of ?ia ?ton Calmette was ?? mal ??i of premeditation oi not. '?I, ? aillaux con tin led to day hu ? igoroui and cloqu*?n1 broad Be ? "l.i* r'igaro." lie defended his h mor, in p: I it ieal ad and even hi?? income ';,-. lav with equal vim ami fury. He .poke in s rapid, convincing! r, n i rr ng occasional!) lo notes from his voluminous brief hatr. pai | with for a?i in* lanl U -a " Iule he -eeinr.,] ?i. be bo of the '.?lio,.- how, and the only man appai entl? who s plucky ? . to oppose him M ? h<*-nu, counael for ?ahm;??' orphan children. Vilncxs and l.awver Angry. [i :, an i ? ? ? ? cene, < prufo.ind ? m"- "?! . i hi n ti. two men, ? aillau< an?l Ch?nu, ?tood face '.i r..i < onl) a !????. feel apart ;*B Mif, ?,, na.-?: other' ? ? M. charged M. Caillaux vith daring oui the grave tl I r fe had l ! ? i Premier retorted : "I ?main.i" Ma l doe not a urn* |. ? i,' .1 i. i ? ? C.i hi Ian? ," but ' h? la? '? ? ' al once replied : "l :i .m.. . r, ' ?i' ' ? ? pon bili "m d l utter. Vou t h r? .-ten me, n maki a grave ?nor Wu ?ion * : he man lo ' ? non, ? on are talk? ing " Caillaux tremed more ?"?-tigued i ? ery nei roa i and her face flu bed crim on al th' ?tighte ' provocation. The evidence o? tier* from the shooting gallery 1 . Ilaux bought her r? ?..,;?.. .. ..i able i" t he aceu i d with vei-'aiil to the que lion of prc meililat inn. " I Ion. hou, lion '." for ? aillaux. \' the do e ..?" (he sitting M. ?'ail- , laux'i depart in?' -?a greeted with al > ' d? ultor? ch? ei . bu' al.o v. ith booting and Ih, Parisian crowd's ???rll knots n ?'i ;. .? ion, "Hou, hou, hon ' " Accompanied by Iteputy Paseal Cee ??a Id i M. t'ail lau ?i wenl to the I .'? ? r a'. I |"?nt an himr '?ith hi . wife. Meanwhile, on Ihe opposite side of ?h?* palace, ?do r lo Ihe ?attic of Henri l\ on 'he Pon1 Neuf, a Miiall crowd, .waiting in vain to ?tee the ex l'i. mi'-r. began to di eus the ru le and oon came t.? bio* M required ?le lermined police interferenci '', di pe? e th? rio .,! ional re* elat ion ? ere c\ pected t?* ?la\. arising from M. Labori's ?i ng ultimatum of la-i mtrht ??h?'?i he declared he would refuse to pl?a?i unie ? a full 'at? mi M M a made b) th?. ;>;i ernmenl regarding documents which, :? ?m alleged, were impor la'it enough t" crush < aillaux. In j connection the Procurator ?General ? d 'hat he ??a authori ed l>> the ' m?*nl to declare tha' :he docu ? red to m yestei day'* test i - mony did no1 exist. Instead, there of utterly discrediting the ex l'i ?'liner th?' incident ended in h i; ?'!'. s h i brilliant antagonii l, M. i In mi. wa obliged to acknowledge, ? a-o ?if Vindicated Patriotian*. When Ihe Procurator General re sumed h seal M, Labori, counsel for Mme. Caillaux, ?aid: "We consider the inciden' i lo I M. < lu-nu replied sarcastically: "The inciden! ? ri?. ?..| to th? iction of nothing bul a clever diversion moil opportunely introduced, and I admire the skill with wh ch il was arranged. pleased M. Caillaux to transform a criminal trial .n*?? the trial of h political caire. Somehow, a? the re -ult of circumstances which escape my comprehension, we reach this para 1 i - ?-ur that ?aillaux ?ornes out ? proceedings ?.??th ? certifleata o' led patriot m." The Radical leader, from his ?oat in body <'f the court, followed tin? rith the closest atten; ion. ? ?? ca nionally he would look tenderly in tho lion wife **? ith an encourag ? i re '??"* a word ut - . '.??red by any of the witnesses esi iped him, as he leaned forward, his hand curved around his oar the better to ? (.??ni. Fromentin, ? ?ale?: dork in | ,., , ?? I , ; ,? .1 ?.,. . I ;, purchased the weapon with which she < ? ? ? - ? hen ' ailed. Ho itomatic pistol from tho pni ka-. ? fr, ? ' of the judge* and ex ? M. Chenu -mil: "Mme Caillaux did not ly loaded 'he pis ? ,, " i , \ .... S - I got into ' he ;? m?. fore I could lin' e-. planai ions. i I i' m ' ?i ni.-1 oi, hut i ha I hu in '??'! I bought a gun me place." \ . ? nsmitl .... .j, ,| i had ? '? ' in ?h" ?,,. ? !.. ?? .. i ..t 11 n? I? a target tan I gti ?? o Mme. Caillaux "I tried Ihe pistol at ihe reque i of the employe, 'Ir wanted ?ne '<> or sure 1 knew ho v , ! it worked." J 4 KILLED. 2i HIRT IN TROLLET CRa-ISH Sunday School Train Dashes Into Loaded Freight Car al Foot of F?ll?Motonnan and Three Chil? dren Die?Many in Ho.spitals. By Telegraf ?Vi -tiior'. Cutin.. July '?'2. Your per ro?a, three of them children, *vere killed and twenty-one were injured, when two trolley cars loaded with a ichool ii'.-ir. n ?it, .?a died into ?? loaded freight troll-*;, car on ?-? curve W tport and N'.rwalk to? il i nh t. Ii.' ..?: . full Ol young peuple ling ing an?! frolicking, came arouml the curve a* the loot of a hill. Down thi? i.ill the freight ear -.?cpt at hiph -peril ? cil crashed into the first pienie trol? ley. It killed three of the four pas 1,'er.s on the front -eat, shattered the car and jammed a ?core of '?omen and children into the wreckage. Ihe dead, a!! from Bridegport are: l'i?her. \ndrr**.. sixteen, ?on of Mrs. \nnio Fieber, of S4I I-.asi Main at. fuller, l?a? m.mil, ti?cl?c. ?on of f.eorgr \\ . fuller, fsj Sfratford a?. Nadin. Harold, n-iotorinan of freight i ar. ? leielanil. -label. tweatj -three, riaiiifhler of Mr. and Mr?. KdSM M. ? ?i". el.nul of 'JQTO .North Main si. The injured are di ided amone Nor ? a I k. Bridgeport and West port h?. pi At Bridgeport the injured ?re \:*.nie Henkels, of 1>*1 ? ?Ihoun a' e. uffering from .-'noek. ? ll-nkr!. her ion, i also a vic? tim of -hock and lu m es. Frank Wig I Avenu \ Stratford, n., - broken rib and bru e , There an 'en at Sorwslk and eight here at St. Vinci ' Woman >en?ed Hanger. Iheie were -?'?' persons on the i*x? eursion ?ar-. The accident happen?d at the corner of Kin?? "t.. in We*.tport short';, aft? i the picn.? ?*ars ha passed a signal light Mrs. Henkel? ??ho ?a in the Bridgeport Hospital witl her yon. was on the front seat. "I don't think that light is rieht,' he remarked to her son. a- the motor ir?an turned the signal and the ear tarted on 'o the sinple track. A B*?*" nient later the freight ear iwepl around the curve and clashed them. According to Or. Frank Power?. th?t town m?dical examiner, the accident was caused when thi motorman of tn. picnic trHin. Harold Nathan, of Nor* walk, put on all speed while coiii? down !ii!l in an endeavor to reach a tiding before the arrival of the trol? le-, freight, ?v Inch he knew i?ms com? ing. Dr. Powet ays that Nathan's ear- were travelling so fast that, even il 'Ivre had been no collision, they would have heeu derailed Ihe bin.? - Ot set. There mat t terrific crash as the ear met. and the air ?as Riled **.i'.i splinters, flying glass and dust. The trolley freight plouR-hcd through the : i ? picnic car, which was virtually -n.: lied tu pieces. Only the two rear seal and the truck- now remain. The roof va wrenched ?iff and toi ied to one ?de of the traeks. A panic ensued af'er the era-'?. The shrieks and groans of the Could he l,ear.| for bio? ll >-. nie of ? eniekers in 'he rear ear- at once .?tarted th?.rk of rescue, although many of the re-euer ven themselves injured All the physicians in '.he vi rinitj vi-i?' summoned. Twelve p? r ?< ere hurried in ambulanci and private automobiles to the Norwalk Hospital, -'here Frank Nagrj died a fi . hours later. Front Seat < o?t Life. Miss Mabel Sophia Cleveland was the daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Rdson M Cleveland, of ?J970 North Mum st. She ? i.iiiiiiii.'.i ?n page '. . ..ilium .. ALLIGATORS SPOIL F Hide in Lake and Terre Summer Resort Folk. Say? ?lie, Long island, July 22. summer enjoyment of resident si Laki Ronkonkoma has been chang t? rrm b] two ill ?gatori "? hich ha' ? an. ,| from 'heir oauicr, George and hidden in the lake. They an feel long and recentl) came fron w itds f?f Florida. V thi alligators are untamed, pie here an* afraid the) ?'ill COmi lak ,.' n ighl an I ea'. I he re ers, 1 hoi e ?*? ho Ii? c near tho \ keep ?heir windows locked ami chil h.'v hardi;, allowed to j-" outdoors No mie dare hathc i,, the lake people who ?>ant ?, dip ha\e to t tie mile to ?'rea' South Bay, Pa of searcher ha.o scoured woods marsh land in vain for the alliyat SENATE TRUST CAUCU Democrats to Sidetrack But President's Bills. II-'M Bur? au Washington, July '-"_'. The lie ?ra'ic membci of tho Senate in ? ?n tin? evening agreed to make a, termiped effort to enact the hill bodied in the President's tru-t | gramme ?? thou) further delay. this end th- , riet rack the rr. and harbor appropriation bill tor timo heuif: and will devote theit tenlion In the trade Commission I Ihe Clayton lull an?! th?? lecurities m the order named. After these disposed of they "ill again tak.' up i iveri? and harbors bul. The raUCU? decide?! further to or that, the Senate meel each da;, at a. m. and letnam in ?e,-.-ion until t m. and ?Won ;o take a recess until following <Ih\ . thus dispensing m the so-called "morning businc ?? h under normal condition : "?'? upics 'ime of the Senate until 'J p. m. ?( day. Ihe caucus resolution pledpe^ , Democratic members '?> do ail in ih po.v.?r to "dispose ??i"" the trust log lation, thu- avoiding the pledging r.ny Democrat to ?.??to for the ;ri hill, in their present form. POISON CASE A MYSTEF Woman Brought to HospiU as Wife Denies She's Wcdde * ? ,., i ha aid he was S. ?.. Rep of 706 Wet 170th -t.. ?xalkeil into t Knickerbocker He* pital about ?.'??lock lail nighl with ?? woman a n l,,| il?-,, -he ho treated for hich! iule ?,f mercury. He -aid he was h and I ad taken the poison to -pi him. After Dr. Frescolla had i?la<ed tl woman on a cot, ??'i?l ?then the n? had gone he asked her lirai name. 1 urpri ?. thi woman ??aid -no wi Mi . Madeline Honra?. She cave :; anu' aildro*? as Regan, hut denied ?I was his v.ifo or tha' the had taken tr mercury to canse the man trouble. Over the telephone, Regan ?li?l not kno?' where the woman *o?? the poison, or vhv. He denied thi vhe ',.? -<l at 705 \Vo-t I70th ho had called her h,. wife, 01 ? lid I took the mercury to spite him. i? ? i her, he asserted, wandering i ihp street. HER COIFFURE HER BANr Girl Leaves Home with $1 ii Bun in Her Hair. U itii capit'il of "a dollar m the hui in tin- back of her hair," Hannah Mam left l-iinii on .1 in .? .".? and has not re turned. So yesterday her father Ralph Mann, of 438 Bristol *?t . East New York, asked the police to look foi her. They wore also linked to ???arch for Lucy Cordon, ??ho disappeared la.-?t Sunday because her parents objected tu one of her admirers. Mrs. Mann sai?l !a-?t nigh' tha? her daughter had no money ?Alien die wen*, away. "oh. ye-, -ho did," Interrupted Homy, lio?- -mall brother, grinning "I know because i ?va?, peeping through the key? hole while she ?a? dressing, .ml .1 1 her pit a dollar hill in her bun in ?ho back of her hair." The Gordons, who live at I0M Liberty a* , lat Not York, in reporting tha disappearance of their daughter to the police uii?J thai l.uey COUld ha?e a man*/ beaur a?, ?lit ?anted if she would only come boms. AUTO KILLS CHILD AND SPEEDS ON Clarence F.Westin. Yachts? man, Hurled from Car, Dying at Bellport. An automobile, ''ne occupants of' which, a woman and two men, speeded away, run into a crroup of children playing in trout of 811 tl-i st., Brook? lyn, la t night, klllin??- one ehild and injuring three. Ihe dead child is 'lane Riu.'chi, three veal- old. of ?I I ll it it. Her i-ter Mary, four: Grace Brilata of 41st t. and Eighth ?v., and Tommy Wantoncllo, seven, ol 1018 Eighth av., "ere badly CUt about the head and hod?. Tie car was a. two- eat v' 0vet I'.nd Tiuet. The ?vornan * as sitting lap of the man next 1" the driver. Ey<",'.,;-,- ? e- ? m\ ill. machine * in:; al ' i-vmity mil? Patrolman Bartholomew Hynes stopped a touring car and ?tarted in chase, bul ?n.- stopped bj a train at Nev Utrecht a?. Tl,c fleeing automobilisl tin \ *.< ere to b? pursued, stopp? d at I'.ii* Hamilton ?v.. look the license number off th? ear and disappeared ??.ith it, abandoning the automobile. In their hur? ;. *:" forgo! ?> ? the pocket of which was a notebook ?vhich ?A\o ?lie police a clew Hut be fore ?he sleuths had time to work on this Morton Goldfarb, twent) year old. .f Morri i tioldfarb, flori (. of 31?" Sem l"' Road, Ea I New Vork, was ? I ,i t lie ilri\ er of ?he e.?i. About I o'clock thii morning Patrol man Krai; :-av Goldfarb running a th ' a bundle aero- a vacant lof at l-d I and Twelfth av.. only a fe?* bloi froi i the -eeiic ?.;' the killing. Uoldfarb thi ' ??' a? aj ? he bundle, I 1 when shot a?. In the bundle were th?> number plat-- taken from the abat don? il cai He admitted he was the driver. I.ut would not give th" ..f ii ? ? rompan ion -. Goldfarb ? mother ; dying, so he told the police. Sayville, Long Island, July 22. Clai enee \-. West in, society man. golf player and yachts nan, of Ncn "i dying here to-night at the summer inline of '? ix Ian. Prank .lone., ni Brood lyn, li> ? ?? throv i from an automobile at Bellport aftei nooi Ml. i1? e if in ??' B tO ha-, e |da> ed ' afternoon in a gol tournament at th ? Bell port Country Club link-. As then not room for him in the rut about of Percy McKee, >if tti".?-? and Havport. lie climbed on !,. ? I,end and at v> ith his leet over the -?ide In leaving the hotel yard at about 3 o'eloii? Mi. McKee had to make a quick, .harp turn to a* ?.id another ma?! e. Mr. Westii was flung from the nood and fell into th? roadway on the side h 'ad. His ikull was fractured i-lni n. ; iefr ear .?a- toi n off. Mr. "fl'estin is twenty-nine yeai ami livi al ' "(i w ? if End av.. Man? hattan. H" i? a coffee broker n.l prominent both a? * golfer an.l ,i , yachtsman. H?- boat, the Dixia, the Queen of the Bay Cup last ?*?..i', tier in th" ??reat Smith Bay regal" i Hi ?* ife v.a , Mis - Maud .loin . ? younger of the two daughters of Frank s. Join-, pri lidenl of the ?.rand Union Tea Company, whose city re idence it .*'i> St. Mark's av., Brooklyn. Ihe \\ e.lins haVI ' -.? ,i cl diei,. HE FEARED SON'S 'GANG' Lad Threatened Father with Vengeance of Band. Karl Russell, s:\teen years old, of Evergreen av., Evergreen, Long Island, admitted to Magi Mate Pitch in the 1 lushing poli..* court yesterda? that he tt Id h ., ? "would i?. gang after him." The lad was b to court ?.n the i omplaii t of his p w illiam Russell, ., man six feet tall ami v eighing IPS pound: "My son remarked the other : , d to the nun. Irate, "ilia* If I did not give him ? ci 11 hui sum of money hi would appeal la hi- gang. I am airaid he mil carry out hi? threat." i*n tell admitted the charge lie was l placed on probation. NEWHAVEN WOULD YIELD B&MCONTRO; But Wont Sell Stock Tl Courts ?So Order or Mai sachusctts Changes Law OFFER MADE MONDA1 STILL OPr N-.IUSTI President of Road Insis Purt! & Concessions Atea Loss of Millions. STILL ANXIOUS TO AVOID SUI Answer to Presidents Actif Says Company Is Ready t?? Ocal with Government. "We res-ret the i ? .. ? 0' <]gh ' -? ' ? government in 1 if m lii'- * light v,,- ., ||] ,,.?1,1 tl,r Ro ti.ii .* Maine matter !?? th? ''.mail o fera tern m el I ? coi Bo ?ton ?. Main?' tock \? I'hoi inflicting enormoua, unnece injus! es upo tockhold? i " Such, in ?ub tance, ' th? made by Jam? - II. II ng head of the New Ha? en sy tern, to ?he public lasl nighl in a? swer to the pul,?i m ,| letter of Pre dent Wilson and Attorney Ueneral M< l!? j Holds, m ?? Ii ?ch 11,, I'.. to dered nil for the di ? olul ion ??? th Haven and Host.m & Mam mergci t,> ho tiled under the Shcrma act This sentiment is reiterated in ai temen! i ucd to the loci holder? m ? hich Mr. Ilu ti . foi hi directors, explain? the cud to whie 11?. . '.? enl t.. ? ? .| ., mit, c? en '?? in?; i -i ; urn ab olute conl i "I ol ' ' < Bo i m, ,*, lain? over to tru tee electe ?. e goi ernment, I hi the State of Ms . n" n? ct the ?ri' ' ion <?( t h ??< mps - '? ilar t thai which th? government n".?' threal . Raad'a OlTer SOU Open. I enabl? d ' h< admin ? tra1 ion t ?? , , face" ami al the an permit s acttlcmcnt of ?l .?'. ful and o nur. vil due di turbance to thi hu ine ?,f '? ? d a- d thi ? i ;, .? a.', rued t.? *-.'<? ? Ha-.?'! holders in the la I fortnight ii . of the market valu? That offer still op made in either t of ? pr.cut,..n under the Sherman eel || ma;. . I OV I ? >'. I" I aid on the ?'I ?. .,?' ;, .1 !?? etor of 'he rompan) si proaecul ion in the les I of the worrie o \\ ? .?? ma) happen ? harle S. Mi i feelinj:^ of app and hould .lohn L. Billard l'?nd himself called upon to defend a criminal suit have ??? truggle al?" g without the ???I ??r bj m path y of present manager . While Mr. 11 until and at? - ? ? - that had con e from the Wh '? Hou the Deparl i ' ! '? ' ' torney Marshall wa i telling rep? !? it he knew nothing ment plan -, and exp I ' ' d to illC ol" them, a? the - ? ? 1 tl !"? hat di? ?1 independent!?/ of hi i Mr. Ilu ' . ' "se publie folio-. : " l he direct? Hai ?: f Harl foi d Ri oad t'< to make their | clear, 'l'ln; have never r? ?? ' 11 ins ami an n,. ni v eral, made on March 21, 1914, approved by the itockholders <?n April 21, an?! tioned by I ? it.-. igrecmen! h ? ?> o "i. ? sie of eertain . <? ?? n? d b? 1 he com pan). which the ' I n ai ?led. and c ? ... ?said'" ? price judg? ? to ? directoi ?, will I??* ,i. ale of t he Hu '.. | ibject to the conditioi :?" ? d b) tl Legisis dined I ' fully Emphasise ?.nod I a??h. ?? i". ? .r re1 'i ei to ' ? ? nt which ' made, . a-1.. menl rompan) a vei> large peei . nd, at the ame t?!"? ? ?ng the 1! ?ston ? Maine Railroad. \ . ? .lenco of the good faith of the diroetors a repreaentative commit? do ?. ' Preaittant Hastia, Mr. Cuyler .-.nd Dr. Hadley, accompanied by Mr. Moni'ii? I?) Storey, roun ?? pre? eeedings, waited on the tttornej ?. eral on Jul) 20 and offered lo i through the ? ettlemenl in al according (?? the agreement, and, fur tin i. m m dor to meet th I ,,i been create I b? : he '?' committee he ? '?nt i"! of the Bo tin Holding Compan) in ihe hand of the till . , \?ho had men i locte.( l?> the Attorney General a' I the ?... crnor of Ma-sachuiett?, v-itr full paw?