Newspaper Page Text
CHEER REDMOND ?tiuardsmcn ifl London Sing "A Nation Once Again" as He Passes. CRITICISM OF KING ?O?S ON UNABATED InlonM I traders Bank In Ad? vance un Making lntcrparty t ?inference Abortive. . ?? lui) rhe nett reinar?. - r the i ? King ount of his I * be? of the 1 eham Palace conference. Pre ??iregrated on the ? -: In the House o i - ? i .?a>. and his ans? er lad a chilling cfTect on the Mini?' The Prime Minuter aeccpted full re for - ' e speech. Indeed, he ? * havi Ion? othi.ithout i * ?? ng. It was sent to him, he -i? d. i ordin?r; way by his majestj *- delivery. His maj* to thi ?i ; ~-r? tion of the eon ? i.e \. bethel the speech I ?.. published >r not. and there ? il mou* dee svor of J King \uthor of Own Speech. constitutional maxims ? Bi that the 1 : ble for the ? ? . It u-e?| to he thought - -. actual!) ? i-a?e. the K ** > ?pi ech He *? -ii the o? d .. 1 ??' Stamfordham. utmost - ?,. ter could have indited the ? ?. .ol? tu ? ha? hecii ely: "The cry of civil war i lipi of the mo-i and i people," ai d Is tonishing tha' ? ?Rken to this sentence when ? 'o the ? and still tnor?' renmrk , offered b) ? members of the coi ? re so r. ? '.xhole i>ara I rigii si 'peer'- . dealing ... ? if the Irii ? l?e?iatmn from Old Path?. gOl .. ..ii the lea of a ginate v? it h him, r from thi K ? own mak* j Ift - ? fercr.ee ? - king am Palace yesterday watt could not ? ? with great >rho re - fficei ' r army ? t i urracn ensation re _?? ? Barrack- formed * and ?' ara ?? ? were the two Na* ?i.e ?H* ference I :.'?:?? I gr?a t e n t h u s i as m crowd. The dc::. ? number of landing rade g g the front ? ?- ? ? e build* I to th< ? both inside and out l f the 1 t ? ? i ,. . ? ' ? War of thi army . I'i?pf't? of the Conferenie. ii ?t ? 'irnnii-*, but can sgreement, and to-day's ? ? . re for? the last, ' - ? ?' illing thst the ' ere ? ? ?? la resulting in a aot? r l.d-vard < ar ? k.e th? a r i eeding .- ?? Palace bet remiel Atcjuith ? ? ? ? h- h * ? lh 1 0 r . Bonai Lav ? ? g. be Cal ? ' ? cag'-d in prepai ? itibl to Ihm t ' -he confer? ? >? ? | a- Of a ?* lead ? ght r?solut ions adopt ?* ? ference at < fmagh ... | , ? ? I Ketrmanag i . ?, , , ? i * ? ? i ' | i : ? of Ul-ter ? ,, ra* ed . m of I H*4er .rea*. of area ! itei an?, ' ? ding them ' ? ?., r... . i atioi ? nm h ? deadlock. At ? ' -? y .:?- tion atf ties leader? have boaked i i saaking ' ?'. f jrruig a general election ? / in Augii ? a ? are ? till sanguine oi keep the gov? of Par . : ? in l'ueklrighe.i-1 I ? ' ? i 11 e .-..." ta reeult lo m p?-?e*f'i| BERKEFELD iomhination filler and Uoler remme y m ?i * tmPa?ag*} m ?? 1 '.? ?Irlri?liif mi?r ? ? ? i/'..?? ? -,?l ?*r lutta muH *??!*? s*. ?m wmrtt -,t t[,i ng ? ? i/mr >??i If a . .. . . ? a ??'.ri I - a ?? ? at*** ? a. HrMUttTT.i MlttH CO. ???il ? u\\ s !.. Al <il.,T 'il Kl H. SON t ?r.u ? ? atas* *m . , g i? i ? ifm /** VA x-wr.pi ? t? ""C* Sjr i ** ? Mr.lll, l>?(,t |^*^*~r 1 t t,rsy,tmil.,n |i.,,|l,. ftas m....... *'*a*a*s*. [??e?* i".|..,fii?g i ? 1 ?6 mi v,. um an. i settlement is evidenced by the fact ti 'ho work ?.:' repairiing and painting : .?t . of the inter oi o? j or? ? "ttai Sandringham, which ??as t?> have !>.? been; in. Monday nc\!. ha ben po poned. ? eaterdaj instructioi i ? ? ? from Bucking?] am Palace to i '? ard a! V??ik < ottagc that the re dcncC must bo kept in readiness t their majesties and countermanding! holidays of the ?er*.an;... who ?Uva;, s " t tl is period of the year wh v ' -> at Halmoral. If hostilr: - OUI ?' In land the Ki go SO 'hi from London Balmoral. VYinaton Chnrchlll May Roalgn. ? ose of the l 'abinet coun ." ' it became known th only the ?niHll?' il prospect ; riving at an acrr termination when it t assembles to-day is regarded a- ci tain. Sir Idward Carson, it is understoo standi oui for th?* complete exclusi? ol - es m 1 Ister from t "'.??n of the Home Rule bill, i eluding Fermanagh ami Tyrone, whi John Redmond decline*? as firmly to i beyond the coi Premier A already has made in permittii count;, refer? n,iam All kinds ?if rumors are current. Ol \?. inston Spencer Churchill. Kir Lord of the Admiralty, represents the minority in the Cabinet favori! the clean cut exclusion of Ulster, hi threatened to resign; another that tl '?ill make another drai ..." . ,-......,,., | . a .i . | thai speed* election has become mevitabl FIND WOMEN DRUG ADDICTS FAMISHEI Police Take Teacher air Sister from Court to Hospital. Emi ,, en! c yean old, former school teacher, and her ?.?-.to Hannah ( lark, thirty one years ?>1. I Monda? suffering from th opium a? their Imme. -? , Brook!) ;-. Vesterda*. after the had been taken to the Hatbush cour Mag ?r:?'.- Dodd ordered their rcmov? t?> Kings i taunt) ll??-i For several years Hannah -.ufTcre from nervous trouble, ai d on the rec ommendation of#a physician too opium m -?mall q lantiti? Sh? and he becami cted to the drui Fmn.:.. through being frequently lut at school. lf-t her posilion, Fearing that the women had commit uicide or were starving, neighbor notified the police, Deteetive Valentin Fach found the two lying on a bed i a stupor and half famished. Ther were two hypodermii yringes ami . quantity ??f opium in the room. When take*: to ?our* yesterday t'n womei collapsed. An effort is hem made by the r?- -i \'ha -'Hirne : he obtained. Margaret Schultz, .< wido i ?day i?' fore a jury in the 1'iiite? ' ' a chart anufact ur opium in her apartments. B7 East iti st. The jury returned a sealed verdict Florence Mey? ? ty-one years ??id o' 72 Wcsl 108th st., ??as held in 11,00! bail by Magistrate ilurphy, in th? West .?-nie Court, t"i having morphin? and cocaine in her ap:. She wai :iir from the lack of the nar ? h? n arrs igned. Mrs. Mar;, Marron, a widow, forty years old. of '-'**- Weal 115th st. the Harlem court yesterday fm g cocs ' '? ildren. She wa< helil in |1,000 bail for CNamination to. morrow. twent] eight year? ter: Abrahan ter, .iinl Morr i I ? or] Tenth av.. w**l to the penitentiary yesterdaj ? i ourt of Special Session foi aine. rig the recent la?* ? ? ib bichloride of mercur> '?r ?e;>/ I?r. ? liar!??, f red? r,ck Tab" ? I?) told Heall h < ommii uter. Reputable pim? ire nott r' fig to i ade the la?v by thi; l ? Pabst ?aid 11 the be i ll?-,,)'ii Commissioner thai ? - i |gg ' of 'he city ha? f - ith the la?.? th? sale of bichloride ol iry. ? apartments of Marv 981 ' ' ght. re ? O? ^.".111 ? ? Tl " man eymour. of 6" ? .? d i ! i buting barged vitl I ? i - jed drugs under the t rint- of I". Reed. Sue! pn criptions i recently in another laid. one of tl a vomeu, ha?? on charges of isesaion, but 'cceivcd a suspended ? becaus? of 1er age. sixty-five She lives a' ! i West Mth si thers arreated were Mary Morri?, ??. est 1071 ? and Mary Freneh, the ?j ' ner of the apartn i ? I FURNITURE MEN IN CONVENTION HERE Fraudulent Advertising' Was Discussed at First Session of National Association. ? . - ? deatei repi eaenting loo?! ' ? ociatioi all ovei ?he i ? ? ? ? . ' ter da) ?..? h c 11 i?i annual con?, enlion of tl ' " a! lion ? I.?. Kt o.-iat ion led to ordei ?- I the '?'? ?. Vorh nge b? II?-- i ?. I.. K ?? tion. The ting dealei ?ere welcomed to ?? ? by ? . I. j?l" ?e Raumann, \ mong tl : ' liarlo? A. H.n '?'. ti taik?"l ?m ? ? Ad- rri ?sing." I he < eoi : ? of the eonventio i ?*ill bo called pi |0 a m to 'lav Among the do]? gat* ? *,? . ' - "<?'? i oiumbua, Ohio; ' harles A Smith, Bo 'on; .1. A e. Charlotteaville, Va ; Raphael Pbilad? Iplna. John Buya, Grand ? n., Alexander I lawaon, , George !.. Richard ?on Baltimor? . \ ?" rhwartz, Nora ich, i Lud? ig Baumann, Bi ool KILLS HIMSELF ON TRAIN Unidentified Man Fires Three Shots in Crowded Oar. - -..i - I'?*, ??,-.. .1 . .1 .' In.' a? an ? i-hiii rlu? here fi .... ? h- passing Hohokus lorning ? hoi ?a heard in the tbir?) ear froi the enj ' ? ? more '. owed Passenger?, expected ? i ighwayman . a -'i man ? .- ... i i i.,, ?-? i , . , men ran to bir a ' '?a'''1) ... | , reached 1 k':-ai/, room , p0| .. notified Thi man ha?l , 1 -, , .: lond r i|t|f ?? .-? ' i" 'I two y 'I ? ' ' , . ., ? K " I, ... aal (.?? sel ??*??- ;? ? "? ? rritun In r innisn hoteeti s K? ppW r. ?d rharg? of thi case, loot M ? j te Ta?.*" to <" ?ran lated Th? . ?.,./?? ko* moi basai idmuliUeii. HAND SEARCHLIGHTS TRAP FOR NIGHT JOY RIDERS Second Deputy Police Commissioner Develops a Scheme Which lie Believes Will Force Speeding Autos to Hesitate?Powerful Ray to Re*veal Car Number. Vi ? en you -have upen' a pleasant evening in a tango resort along Rroad wa) or tliereabouts. and have hesitated an.I maxixed with a charm mi: young partner, and ahsorhed n fe?*. "pink ones" i the "you" is entirely imperson? al', i? ii perfectly natural that you ? : fi cl somewhat exhilarated. And ot unnatural that when \ ou leave there in \our high powered ear. with or without your charming partner, you should feel a lordly disdain for such mere trifles as policemen and speed laws. But havi a can Here'.? ,i ?traight tip if you don't lool out tin Police Department will ?-und y ??et you. That is what will happen. The morning, just as you are taking your hath, s patrolman ??ill present to you ;? summons to appear in court ??? a !ar-;e sized line for speeding. How ?lid thej get your number? Es y. Through Second Deputj Police Com? missioner .1. Robert Rubin and his new searchlight. Listen: It happened in the ear!) hours of the morning several evenings aso. Mr. Rubin and a friend were driving home? ward through the West Drive of ?'en? trai Park. They were travelling sedat*-ly along m a dinky little runabout mad? by a well known philanthropist. All good Set Yorkers knov that a police commissioner, or a deputy either, rides m nothing but s high powered louring car. There s just where Rubin slipp d one over, gave the general public the double cross. Nobod; rxpected to ?<? him m ? runabout, and tin* "I". D." iiancini* 'rom the rear axle passed un? noticed, A Pub,h and his fr?e ml were d slowlj along one of these big imporl ?'? touring ears, with a "regular" party in it. dashed pa :, It occurred to them that the little runabout afforded good chance for sport. Thej slowed down and when the Rubin car got along ?de indulged in a mock race. "J ?ay. you poor boob-." thouted one of the fun-mak? I IU break nil a\lo I know where there's an all night five and ten cei I store. Vou cai h new one m there." "Hire ;? mule and j ou'll gi * ere quicker." was the advice of another. Then tiring of their spoi t. I on full -i' ied and dashed by. There was a turn in the rond jusl ahead i narrowed, ?ir d the b.g c*r. gaining momentum, in making it d th<- runabout by something lesi than n sixteenth of an inch. Com? missioner Rubin had had more than enough, He beckoned to an officer who got the number of the other car ? .|, :, ,*., ..red. "Why do you permit this reckles? g V a?ked \i i. Rubin. "Well, chief, it's this way." replied the patrolman, "I have the late beat, 12 to '-'. and these joy riding parties go through from sixtj to eighty miles nu hour. If you get in front of cue of * h m t hey-'.I ru : i and leave you there -arithoul hesitation, We don't dare do it, The driver are all lit up like .1 cathedral, sod they don't eare what they do. Tl - . ? b; -o fast yon can'i eel their numbet? ?n the darkne - The commission?] drove on, 'out a few minutes later be turned to his friend und remarked. "I have an. idea. 1 think I can top flu; night jo) ipeed? inc. '?> by not fur park v. itl hand search I ighl . pos *** ful one-;. Then when a car flashes past all they **.i!l have to do i? to stand in the mi Idle of the rom! and turn on the light. A powerful ray .'.ill follow the '?? the ear long enough for the officer to get the numb***** ea ily." Elaborating tin-- idea till further, Mr. Rubin said he thought that motor? cycles used by patrolmen could easily be furnished with powerful *-earch lighl . mo tins?- lights, ?if course, would facilitate their vori, materially. Commissioner Rubin ha-- developed his idea si ill further. It has been found to be a perfectly practical one. and Mr. Rubin will talk it h'-t with Commissioner Woods. The idea is a - m*'' .m,I an inexpensive une, but on* which ha? never occurred to any ? ::, authority before. In tiie in at future i? seem? nrrtain ?hat the purk policemen doing night. iliit. will ii-ii carry an automobile hand ?earchlighf along with his re ,?i!.1 nightstick. Also it's the one best be' that when thi? new order become effective there will be a lot peeding, or there \. ill be a lot :noi? ? 'e,| fui violation of the city ordinance. 'U ire tli" man with the hand search i " PISTOL in carma; HOME, NEW CLE' Prosecutor (icts Informati Regarding Gil..- Burns Kits; Securing E'idcncc. District Attorney Lewis ,f. Smith proof that thi re ** si a 38 calibre volver m the Carman I. the ni| that Mrs. Lou i r Baile) wa death in Dr. Edv in Carms and for v h ich crime the phj sicia wife is non under indictment. This v ? the positive statement nn ye terday by William J. Hum-. M killed by a 38 ealil bullet. "' '? ill not add to ;h;.*-." ?aid ' Bun;*, "but Mr. Smith ha? proof ??ha* I said, and he will produce it Mrs. ( arman'a trial. Vhe revolver a iti til" '-ouse pr.'ir to the shoot no revolver of that calibre could found in the ? arman residence afi the shooting " Celia Coleman. the Carman?1 maid. expected to hod light at the trial the gun part of the case. It is kno? now that her testimony will e cleai and more d?finit" on that po I ? it ivas when he appeared before t grand jury in Mine?la. Mr. Burn' refused to advance a theory regarding the di>po.?al of t pis'"! with which Mr . Ra lej wa hi OT to tell i? ho he thought had do that job. " '.*? ouldn'1 I be a pretty fool." asked vehemently, "if I had one of r me? go to Smith and Sheriff Pettit hi tell "he -rory which the tramp Karr? did? I never '-a*.? I-'arrell in my li until lie came into the ?arman eat ami I certainly never had anything du with him." lie -aid lie thought < rlla I olemi ?vas tellinf .? 'b=olu tiuth when she appeared before ti grand jury, and called attention to tl hue and cry rai-ed by the defence tl moment he maid got out from und' their eon'rol. "Will I sue Levj and Mi < arman he exclaimed. "You bet I will. Tl libel cases are m the han-1? of n lav : er now." USED WAR AID IN FRAU Man Posed as Militia Officer t Collect "Funcb." < hartes J, Keii\. formerly a> ??? ?ertising manager in Newark, N. ,1 ? a- arrested U*?t night as the ma v, ho foi month pa I ha*, been po in ?s Lieutenant John Palmer of 'he m Company, er,a" artillery. N. t?. N. V and collecting money in Ne*? Tor',, f?. an imaginar] fund to ?nul the regimen e Panama fair. \\ hm Kelly, who lives at 107 Wei 101st if . called the second time yes terda) on .lohn Mclaughlin, Am iterdam av., to ell him ticket t p., ?tion ne found a man Hier . ?,, buy t^.'i ?i tickets, Th n an ?ra D? tecf t R >an. On h- I!-, a? th? Va i bath t. -ta'ini \\n found a letter of ntn from a non exi tent "Major .lame i ? ongar, of the Eighth"; al o pap? r ?A i,,,,:, o? ? ?! thai more than ihre? hundred men. mo tl; automobil? deal , , . had eonti ibuti d mall um in l< $25, making s '"'h' of mor? lha (?1,. MAY TOUCH ON WARBURG R. I, Inquiry May Involve the Reserve Board Nominee. Washington, 'lu!;. "'-'. The report that agents of the Inter late < om merer i ommis ion ?ere going ,.<i the affair? of the Rock I' land Rail*I . fort a".u?cd con lideiable i. It-rest III political circles here beCSU , il i l.rli,". i il 1 da! Paul M, ?v.. ., ,, >.f ine President'i nominee? for tne federal Reser ? Hoard, ha leen int i male1 .,, .,'.?. ? th th? nil a ir . of ? . I aland. A? th? inter ta'e < ommerce ? (itnini? ?.ion if ? ? aid thi e- ening. ? hat it ? a qu ' probable that agent of ?he commission ?sere examining th? book' ?,t i',? Rock Island, ?i* ? ongrei had adopted a i? oiution directing th? com miasion to make ?ni h an Investigation, ni,* i ?as itoelared ?hai nothing t known I er- as to the procedure adopt , ?l ..r il proRi et mad? Won't Send Officers to Fair. \\ ash ingtoir? l rhe S?cr?tai of "Aar ha- be?n Compelled to denv tl,,. i,..|i. i of 'he managers of the ; .... Pacific Exposition to detail a considerabl? number of arm* offleei and " gulai * to i r? ? in si on caps during the fall ??? ' em, in i , , ,,i ,i men ? mild ha? i to be de failed st ?",.' to assume th? suggested and i "tl,mg ? m I" dm ?, s r. |,i h p? clal I? gl lat loi ? h l< h the i r Department ii not disposed to /? < ?v mint Uli. PRIEST RESCUES DROWNING BO! Dives Off Pier While Hun drcds Stand by Without Making a Move. Kreeport, Long Island, July 22. While evcral hundred men ami wome stood idle, ' Re? rheodorc King, t ihe ? Barnabas Roman i atholi Church, of Hcllmorc. leaped in th watei :.' High Hill beach, near her? to-day and rescued Willie Baring, fou had hi en pushed off : wharf i?:- passenger waiting for ai excursion boat. When th?? lad went overboard ?overa women fainted. The consternation wa ? o gri si ' ha? t.o m ?? thought ol ?Scream el 11 a? ted Pathei K ?? g dived off the i>iei and succeeded ii bringing the b??y to the urface. Aft? i.. ., m up the prient climb? rj oi i of the piles and diaappeared throuRl the crowd. He went to a lisherrean'i ? . where ho borrowed ?Iry clothe end then rowed !>;??:'r- to Bellmore. Father King was formerly connecte? ?? itli St. .lohn s Koiiiati Catholic Churcl in Brooklyn aim organized his churcl at Bellmore eight months ajr??. The boy ??.a? revived aftei a fer n inutes' v. ork and was returned lo hi: mother, who had collapsed. \ halt 1 our after they ha?l beei warned by a lift? cuard at Rye that i wat dangerous to rock n boat whei they were in water over their heaii . boys ?vent to him and asked h aid ii i nding the body of one ?>t their num her vim had been drowned. II" era? John Misto, leventeen '.ears old. ol "31 Ka=t 223d t. The boys -aid thai the) had beer fooling m ?he boat when Misto eren! overboard. Ile aras a ??nod swimmer they -aid. and they felt no apprehen ?-ion foi him until a few minutes hac pa'???ed an?! ho did not. come to the sur face. Thinking thai he posnbly har eluded them by swimming ashore, the\ went to the bath house, but nothinj lad bren tren of him there. The life euard made several attempt* to find the body, but was unsuccessful Jo?'*ph HofTinan, thirteen years old of 191 : Crotona a The Hron?. wa? drowned yesterday in th?* Harlem Rivi ??h<?ti he disobeyed the Instructions oi his rrothor and wen' swimming. Short ly before nooti ho and two o'her boy* plur:??d m. Hoffman swam out about twenty yard] to a pile that protruded from tie water. After c 11 n k i n jr to ?t tor a liort while he started bail?, lie eras seised with cramp?, ami acroamed for help, but boforo ho could ho rescued he ? a 11 k. In the Hudson Rivor. off the ?oluin bia ( niversity boathouse float, at ll?"th ft . < onstantinc Rainer, a waiter at the i.ni.'r i' WS drowned. About on? hundred yards of. shore he houted thai 'bat he ha?! cramps. An attempt ?? n made to reach him, bat he tank im mediately ?'"I did tint rise to the iur? I,,,- Id n i " eut y jreal ? ol?l and lived a? 538 West 1 John .?Ulli-an. of Yonkers, wa? drowned esterda* while attempting to ?-.inn a?'"? ' the |la'?r ?ia? Bay, a dil i nee o1 two miles, Me was seised with cramps and sank. Hi bod) wa k eovered and taken ashore by Harry Mnrtm. Sullivan was a clerk in ? Yonker? business establishment. ? - ? PRINT WEAVE CO. FAILS Former President of Concern Principal Creditor. 'I ho Print Weave Company, of 124 White ? of which Alfred H M- I n-. who wa?* indicted on a eharpe of taking 1160 OtHi from the United Stati l ithographing Company, wa pre idei I ?? ri : into hankruptc) in Ihe Federal I?, tri.t < ourt ye terdoy. Motley wa? lb? principal rreditor, foi 135,200 ,i t,, the ' one? ? ?. The indu-? i egain ' him ??.?? dismi sed o?m Mfi?-r handed up, Il i all?-!?"'! thai ?? hile insolvent Ihe pou pan silo? ? -I !< , idgmi nl for ? ? lard A Miller, ?mother official ?if th? company, wa oui on |2?,0OO bail ??hen be killo?! himacll v lib a revolver a? his home, In Nee lioihril?*. In Ma-. 1913 ? International A Ot. Northern A lianki-i interested in 'ho ?naneing of tin International A ?Iren? Northern Railway's $11,1."" issue of three \"ar ,i pi i cen? not? ? maturing August t. said yesterday ibat while no definite plan had yel (Seen agreed upon 1b<* noteholder would ??> all probabllit) I" n?kei| to estend thi II note?? for another ,mr ! he t'nu of th? ? ? I? " "?" have y i to be determined *? conference of, the banker-* Involved in the flotation of , (he rioto? P ill I??' held l?>dn.. a? ?. hiehl ii is etpectad <;?'>?ic? Uould ?ill b* 1/iiJtnU SIGNING YOUR NAME YOUK bargain Is made ? when you sign your name to a real estate con? tract. Ixperience and <jood advice come too late after you have ?-?igned. Let us read your contract before you sign. That will cost you nothing if wc are to examine the title. We have not closed half a million transactions without learning something that may be of value to you. TiTlE guarantee AND TRUST C? Capital . . $ 5,000,000 Surplus?-sU earned) 11,000,000 176 D'tASy. N. Y. 1 78 Rcmsen St., B\J*-n. 350 Fulton St.. Jamaica. DON'T CARE TO HEAR COLONEL Senate Democrats Nut Disposed to Listen to Mis Panama Canal Story. rom I Washington, Julj 22 Demoi m em lu-rs of the Foreign Relations l mittee of tin Senate showed s di ? lion to-daj to deny the request ?? i olon? . R.evelt for an opportunity to gin his.i de of the eonl i o\ en ? i olombian treaty and to expl ?in the negol iat ions leading up to tl quisition ot the Canal Zone. No a.n was taken on the request, s* only three members attended the committee m-e-el ing. Republican*? are willing that Colo? nel Roosevelt should tell his story, but the Democrats displayed mueh relue tance to allow him to entei directlj into th< di icussion of the tr? I Colonel Roosevelt's letter to the chairman of the eo iimittei aid: "If there is an;, ?ntentio committee to act favorabl) upon the proposed treaty with Colombia, ty which we are to pa) ? olombia $25.0?)?. 000 and to e vine- ? regret for the ac? tion taken in the pa?i. I respectfully request to be heard thereon ?*l was President throughout the ?.?me of the negotiations, first with Colombia and then with Panama, b) which ?*e acquired the rigi.* to build thi Panama 1 ;,?:... Every aet of till* government mi connection w ?tl, those negotial ioi with other proceedings for Lai ng po - ves-ion of the l'anal '/.oie and begi'.l ning the building of the eanal ?va tak?>n b) my expr?s direction, in ? in carrying out the course of conduct I. a- President, had laid down. I had full knowledge ol *?? ? ?? '?? t "f '"' importance 'hat ? a - done in reg liieret,? h) anj agent of the govern? ment, si 'l I am lolelj re pon ible for what '.?a .lone. "The then Mental;, of State, John Hay. who is. now dead, had almo ' |.S complet? a first hand knowledge ": ??hat occurred; but no man non living, except myself, has tin- first haul knowledge; and no man. I?vins or lead, .?bared with mc the responsibilif the action I took, ?ave in a i minor dourer. "I rer,nr-i?t to appear before you to make a full statement of exactly what I did, and of what wa? done b? orders, to ?t?te the and to answer anj questioni ll at body, or the members of ?/OUI bod choose to put to me." 4 KILLED. 21 HURT IN TROLLEY WRECK I iinlnuieil Imni pm*> ?vas ? member of the Fir-' Methodist i hurrh and secretar) of the I p league. She wai twenty three o'.d and nie; horn m Torrington, tonn. Her father, ivho is a travelling real e.tatr man, is now at A-bur\ Park, .'.. J Raymond Fuller lost his l.fe through hi de ?re to ride on the front eal The hoy had from to 'I' picnic in company nith his mother, Mr?. George W. Fuller. i,i sister, F.thel.and his grandmother. Mrs. Langdon. On the ?vaj bach the family .?i in the second ear. but little Raymond fretti a' not being on the dont seat of the first rar, ????here some of hit friends ?ere ?-rated. Mrs. 1'ullrr reluctantly eonsentrd, and, -?-hen the rar ?toppod at a switch just before the arr'ulent, Raymond ?lipped under the side rail, ran ' front car and took his place on the front sea?. A rriomen? later he -, killed. At St. Vincent's Hospital. Rrid/rcport, the injured are: Mrs. link", thirty, right arm Injured, left ankle ?prainrd. laceration of the left foot; Mr? Robert Wakele**, forts-two, both lrg< sprained atid lgeeratrd; Mar. Spash, thirteen, possible fraetijr?* of the collarbone, laceration of the left eye; Martha Hoyle, thirteen, right shoulder snr.,'ii ed. bruises ami shock; Mary Kelly, fourteen, right arm sprained, bruises arid Khoek; Dorothy Wil on, I ris-M leg cut; N-*!h?- Antony, ten, shock. A? the N'or-walk Hospital: Mary 1R State st., dislocated left wrist, no i fraeture,); i larl- Smith, eleven, both legs broken; Mildred Smith. "10 Pearl ?t.. twenty, both leg- broken; Mr. and Mrs William ?. sl.erman ?t.. internal ?njifrii ; Mrs. Rsymond, arife ol the s i s tan I uper ?ntendenl o1 Bridgeport lia pital shoek; Mar> Howard. I'. Myrtle ?? dislocate.I arm; Mrs. David on, Bridg* por. no e broken; l.i Han Abbot, Providence, arm broken; Helei 11 u i ? ? , Long Island l ity, nose broken Other are being examined. MILITANTS STOP COURT Judge Adjourns Cauc Against Woman. Refusing Bail. RelfaM, July 82. A ciowd of mili tan? suffragette? errate?! i? ?\ilil tumult in the As?tl/o Court Slid its vicinity to day when Miss Dorothy Kvans, an of t ,-ial of the Melfa it branch of the Women's ?Social and 1'nliiical Union, m brough! up for ?nal. charged with having in her possei ion explosive i'??r ? he p,iriKi-e i.f committing a felony. Miss KvanS ba?l been arre I?.I in the ,.t the Lord Mayoi of B Ifs I Mi? Rvana and her upportei o successful I) blocked the pr?..?ding that th?* fudge adjourned tin ?-Mie t., the nex1 Aseizea, refusing io accept baii ? rWADOO AGAIN ATTACKED Washington, .lulv .".'. Another at ?ai k ?m Secretar) McAdoo foi alleged u>e of revenue cuttei "foi private purposes" so? made in the Houae to ? lav b) Representative ?iood. of lo??a. a Republican Good declared that the cutter Apache almosl every Friday ? ?? brought t,. Washington fr??m Baltimore, used to carry a pleasure paru down Ih? Poto mac, and returned to Baltimore on Tu? -?la\. Rcpreaentative Fitzgerald, of Mew York, replie?! that the rhsiK?* MrtN "uvl bastd ujion facta." INTERVENTION IN HAYTI IMMINENT Administration,Pressed by Powers, Will Demand Tranquillity. BRYAN MAY SFNO ADDITIONAL MARINES Commercial Activities Suspend? ed in Puerto Plata While Fac? lions Stay at Loggerheads. Washington, July 22, Pr?s ,, ..i pou er ' he I nited si ience ? " I ' ? ?- r . .' llayti and Ss n I ?.i : demand a res! ?' peace un di i n. : alt) of armed inten ention. ? i i-tarv Bryan will con fcr to-mor i.. ' v it li Si ? i'? t.ii y I 'an ! al ble ni"' emcnl ??t marine - ?nti Urei d'. large discretioi be? n gil en ? ap' - ' I ? ? battleship Smith < Carolina, no? : ? ? i . Hail ien, but final deci t,, whethei fore? to ? ? i i ?! "'? the American government ha- been dc ;? rn ?!. Reports from ?'ape Ilaitnn ol ther lighting with added danger '" for ? - ? in- i ega rded to light ? ? . . i ? ompl art "?ti by the n now being com.ated si I ? Not only have the milita II.,', ? i r. - -, ed to heed the ?? ai n the American government I al fighting -i ould ce? se and property be pi i I bul dispatches to-nighl from Captain Kberle, o the ?'iui-?-! Washington? Bt Puerto Plata, San I?,.niin^.,. reported ? of attempt - t.. ?cttlc the '? ? tion by dip - i h? iup< ' f the Leg part) has refu ed to enter into nego? tiations with the Dominican ;?? ? ment. Captain Eberle ^aid th? -.ni.id in iii trusl each ? omn ? at Puerti . ' In i-n ?.. pended. retal ;? i ?an iel decided Ihe additional four hundred ma ? ? ? Uuantanamo i .. al Hayti would bi em ? i at S'orfolk, Va., Saturdi -.. n or ? '.i te to Hampton Road from Uuantanamo. than fivi ?l-.-i ii Uuantanamo or <?n A ? ? i, ? ' ps m Ha) ' ian and Do ? Reinforcements, if needed. c??ulil be drawn from Vera Cruz and Mi raters, There arc no? ome marines under t?? i rs i Funsti comms rid, and i ? i could b? t ii "in t he ?' a ? hi| MRS. WAKEFIELD FAINTS Says Coroner Shipped Her? Repudiates Statements. J uly '-"-'. Repud i fon ?"i ' in'"e ion itatemeni i nip.ili to ' .? ? : ! i ::?, Mr?. ' \\ aketield to da) tool ?? -i ?rial ?m the murdering her hu She ?? ?? i ted I hal < oroi er I hi back and "Tell the 11 uth 11 ;. o i do get i i| ' ? ad'a:r. in order dren. I- er ?'thing will be all righl "in .? ? \.-. .- -,. . . ?_ ' i.,,,. ei '.; Mi eld rol lapsed tin vitn? . h obb ng hj tcrioa.ll .? ? -ii e A Ml ng s l.?'?l her m hi ?i I . ? relal ions h.-L*:. n wil h Jame ? I e i ?ecu ' ?! of Her ? " i ' prot? I ed si H i . Re? .I '" "a -?-?I her fi i lion. He decision to morrow i I plying Mr . VVakelield' lo ? "i. Mil 'o be read to Blends perfectly with all the fruit syrups and lends flavor to every one. 44 King of Table Waters " the jury. The Coroner took the .tnnd II? insi ted thai .Id her that any? ? might bo u??1'! a ? her. CARRIERS LIABLE IN FULL Senate Modifies Provisions of House Securities Bill. U .1 -i ngtOn. Jul) 22. The ten;.. bill, the third of the administri anti-trusl measures, which was made publii ?II probably be finally ; upon and ? i ce < onti to morro?. In the form in ?v?iich it no? stand th" ?".at" bill material!? mod ? H - ca? rim ? ? ' llipn "?it -. and makes t he er respoi sible for loss ??i th?.' full val i h ?dden fron * iew by ". rapping ? or box? . ? ? i . Intcr.-t.at I rcc Comm : o pa - - upon all m bond? b) -'? the us? wh ich ' ? ? ihall be pul nimum price at which they shall he old ai bon? of conti nl Ion in .' ?? .??".-. and they may bo ??till further moditi id b< fort the bill ported '?* the Sei ?'EL MOCHO" FAILS Venezuelan Rebel Retreating Toward British Guiana. Port of Spain, Tr nidad, July ?~>. Owing to I re I tain the i i n Ne*? General Jos? Manuel Hernandos "El Mocho" i ha? be? i ful in hin revolutionary movement againal Venesuela, according t?. advice roach me; here. I'i I 1,1 \? ? I rived from ? m.hi.I Bolivar report the surrender of his fu-e,-- at.?l thi retreal . i i,, m ml Hernandex toward British (?uiana for safety. GIRLS FLEE PLANT FIRE Flames Rout Nearly 100 Workers- Blaze Is Brisk. Kiftj si d two core men mad* ..',. 11 . ireef terdaj i occurred in the loti 107 to 113 I- a ? '.'! 'a hich i i occupied uring ci i ci i It ti r to gel the bis e under control, and the damage will probably ? *,. - .'".., Hi girls in a i" nrl button factory premi ?es ?? I '?', ? R ? - Wed Company, the Su? perior Bras? Novelty Company, J. f?e? il & Daniel '??Te the i.' damaged. M.d= 20% Summer Discount Shoe Sale I and t?omen *rho lnon ??hoe si le and Shoe i ncements. The discount salea ?ire . nts. SI > LEU r? ?R MEN I ' FRANK BROTHERS Fifth Avenue Boot Shop, I s Ft Is Avenue. I'etwceti ?'?tii and ^7tl? >i?. An Elizabethan Dining Parloir ALLURING "-negations for tli<* furnishmgot the modern room are offered by the sunny Dinir.c Parloir in many a -.vcarher ?-tainedand rime-worn hlizabethan Manor House. Actuality mav be given ro just such Miegestions as the?*" bv re ? our*-?* to our Hampton Shops Reproductions oi old English Oak And Walnut furniture. Among thcni uill be found such charac? teristic pieces as the sturdy Refec forv Table ot hospitable propor? tions, tli*** Court Cupboard wrfth its carven panels and turned balusters ut time-darkened Oak or the Cane b.-i'.ked U,ilnuf Chairs combining a ?ratetul ?.omtort with a spacious dignity. >$ss?lk>fns1 14 inA ?j6 WaB li? St., ritm V?'k ""'?"I Fill? A?... ao<< Br?n^?i?