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TUESDAY, DEC EMBEB 22. 1914.
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?.>i. vi..*? i M>i,?nr.Ri: t?o < t> rs
TO INDICT FIVE
IN BAFF CASE
IS HOPE NOW
Grand Jury Is Expected to
Hand Down Bills
TO BE EXAMINED
Delehanty in Court Says
"All Will Be Known by
TWO COHENS HELD
ON NEW CHARGES
Three Men in Pint May Be Used
as in Becker Trial and
[ scape Punishment.
tba KnfT cute are
?nier "-? by the Dlatriot
Aucr.a u, morrow, when the
frr-nd ta il ?luiry into
the , . . s ?urrounding the
???th of the ultrymati.
Both of '?"?' gunmen charged with
being l?? Betaal BlayarB will be in?
dicted, vir'.r - Baa of Mr. Whit?
man ?nd h aTTJ. Three ad
dltional ir, . r'arging murder
in the Irat degree, are looked for
againat alleged instigators.
Th? cor.spirators who hatehed the
murder plot ?re said to number six.
Official? fam.liar with the recent de
relopmer.ts hit *erl yes'erday it wa?
con?id*red good policy, 'n -ho public
? , ,. - tient in order, with
the assistance of o*rer witnesses who
can furnigh the BOO? - -a-'- corroborative
?T?dence, to briri*; the remaining* mem- |
ters of the murder gang to justice.
Problem a? In Herker Case.
I elo?elr idertIfled with District
A'tomey Charle? B. Whitman, ?aid:
"The Ha* case present? practically
the same problem as did the Pecker
ca?e. Convictions can only be obtained
by briogiag pressure to hear upon
who have a.-tual knowledge of
the murder plot to tell what they know.
We hare sha??a this course because it
ao'e *"-.eans of clearing up the
case and convicting those most culpa?
Development? yesterday followed
"wiftly upon the heels of the arraign
-?" a ltd Jacob Cohen,
brothers oi Harry t'ohen, a a?
Griffo," aho ?ere arrested las: I
tr>d sal indicted for assault
ib th? Eral (icjjree in connection with
? ?"- 'Ptember upon Allen
" Pe? ? '-.e ?if certa.n
^ndepf poultry "hipping m
The two prisoner? were taken before
Mp ' at General
?-***?io.- both pleaded not
n:W. fata Senator Alfred J. GH
chhit, of Brooklyn, moved for a reduc
'??o in the aaoQBt of bail fixed
W.OOO ,n each case.
ihiiiR Known Wednesday.
?? motion, Assistant
*h?tr let Attorney Jamea A. Delehanty
Bada?* ?"frvthir.f- will be
*80"-?' ? Bi ? tiflM these de
?>nd?r. ? i.??? ? ? bald M fc m0,.e
'- ' charge, 1 will explata the whole
|B Malor.e ?aid that ho would
B?k in which to
?"??lie aay Beeeaaar** mtrtiaas. and re
atUnaoa hi? decigion
reduetiaB of the bail.
arkad that it
*M ?I a- the bail was meant
' was con
Bd precedent in
?*ch '?' Mr. Delehanty re
I bail is by r.o meana
e re-farded as an or
i befa is a possibility of
It may involve
ha could be
;r?d as rrr:' ii-rers for a small amount
llg? ' ? 'h' ? in my
"l>?r.t ( racifj M? l lient?."
? i,? aal
.' rather th?*
? I III
r-aaiasalea sa? ?.ffin ?.
A Da.l*, |,.,,,?. .,, I*,, ,ni>unm
i'i Hay F'??;? \ i
VANDERBILT RACES DEATH
Makes Record Time from New
York to Los Angeles.
?, l-.g-a;*, ?? T*.. In-?..! ? '
Angele-., Dec. 21. -Alfr?d C,.
Vanderbilt, of New York, ?rill probably
w.n his rae?* ?a.-ros? the continent with
death, for when he arrived hrre to-day
la Ins special car on record time, at
4:?tO, i.1* received a messaRC that hi?
o'.ri* c friend, Frederick Martin Da?
vit?, hin** critically ill in San'a Har
bara, *?as "no worse." Mr. Vanderbilt
red word lust Thursday in New
Virk of his friend's illness, and at
one?- made arrangement-- for a quick
dash across the continent.
He ?ras '.u. ky in choosing the I'nion
Pa? de ta tous the divide. '
amoni a>,? sneoui tart d, His
private car Wayfarer wai a"ached to
ill ?Lake Limitad at Salt Lake
ai d altar arrival bare whs
?witched tu the Southern ?Pacific ? oasl
Une Flyer for the north, and left at
8:10 i?, m.
He irai die to reach Santa Barbara
at h p. m.
ALRFED HENRY LEWIS ILL
Noted Writer Said To Bo in
Alfred Henry laOWit, the wri?er, is
seriously ill at hi? home. 4T.7 Wen?
148th ?t. He is ?aid to have developed
in'estlr.al trouble. He had been in
poor health for the las* month, hut
hi:, condition became seriou? last
Wednesday. Dr. Williaa, K. Calf, of
23, Waal ?orith ?t.. the famil** phy
sician, and I>r. Max Einhorn, the spe?
cialist, have been in close attendance
upon Mr. Lewis since '?'
In ng I ?Bwit, ? brother, who is man
? editor of "The Morning Tele
praph." said last night that the mem?
bers of the fafl very much
worried over his brother's com! I on,
He said hit brother went to Laki
about a month ago. seeking
from a bronchial trouble, and came
bach apparently much benefited, until
the pr?tant trouble appeared a fat?
NEW WAR FIEND
Rends, Burns. Poisons, and
Europe Seeks to Buy It
from Young Inventor.
Gloucester, Mass., Pec. "1. .lohn
Hays Hammond, jr., twenty-nix-year
old ?on of tho wealthy mining: man and
diplomat, has just completed the In?
\ention of a fiendishly powerful pro?
jectile for which he tayt he lias bids
from several of the ?rarriag nations.
This invention, aceordinp to the
description pi-en bv Hnn*nn?nrT.
is of a projectile containing an
aluninothermic mixture which.!:
onds after the projectile lea?
r in. tunta the steel contents into a
white-hot. mixtures of ;.,?!<?'.> degrees
Fahrenheit, and when the projectile
? the liquid will let Me to what?
ever inflammable mnter.al it encoun
l*a prevent ? ?1 n***ii -hmj* of the
fire, than It also in the projectile a
separate chamber ?railing in
- acid, whose di
. efforts to approach the vi
? - ? . - -
Hammond I itod States
jrovcrr ? i xperimenting with the
dj Hook, and that he
n in negotiation with sdrae o? 'He Eu?
ropean OW at war.
"Thit mitsile," he laid, "it designed
for dm in tiage ??runs, am! is intended
as a powerful aid m rasing ba
at and also in del
Hammond has been engaged for
! ?i the pad?, used in
?coaat defence, which can be exploded
by wirtlest operated from shore. Kec
! ords in Washinj-ton show that he has
?/raduate of the Yal? Seien
-ehool and unmarneii. H
dea-ron o*' recent years have attracied
o?* thit r
Detroit Merchants Recall Start
in Life?Raise $2,200.
1'i.ioit, Dec. 21.--Business and pro
aal men. all ef whom ene?
Oyt, soli papers an '.ne city
? tO-day. Nearly 12.200 was col
rill he .!< voted to
Chris'mas charity. More th
well known eitiMOl plied ineir I
"foujfht" for choice i id for
ehoice enatomera. Paper? 1>
sum? ranpiiip from a widow'.? n
checks for ISO Kr*.i *?100.
"WILD OATS" NOW
IN DIVORCE SUIT
Actress Sues Picture F "ihn Man
Who Wanted Chance to Tire
of I.ate Hours
lira, Ploretscc Kendrlck ?LeaTitt
? ? -. |, who recently aban
. her sun for separation ?<
a eab i ?.,
?-, Mr l ? lid not
it ion for M is? Thotnp
marrieil in 11? I <.
In Philadelp i ilaa teem? 'i
?? i?' ? ? ?
.?.? pping aval baj linij I
NAVAL BILL TO
House Sub-Committee Ij
nores Daniels's Doubt
as to Service Needs.
May Also Fnlarge Seen
tary's Programme for
New War Vessels.
Waahingtoa, Dec 21, Disragardii
the ???. immandatioB of Secreta
Daniela, a sab-aana ittas ":' I .?
\tt\al AtTairs Committee, which
framniK the naval appropriation r>
di-ci'led to-day to include in the bill
s. ; arate item authorizing the ?
?ure by the navy of $lfiOOfiO0 '>?
aeroplanea. This nmount :? -
tiallj 'Mat asked for by C?ptalaBriati
tb? BXparl in rharee r.f the I
float, and five time? the ?mount thi
has * ' pended in a single yei
by the ?... . ilepartmenl for tl
When Secretary Daniel? ?
tho eommitted recently he declined t
miaend a spaeifle appropriation f?
a?roplane?, but advocated tin- iisui
, "aircraft" in th
lump sum appropriation covering th
i? object? desired by the Burea
'(?am Engineering "lie sren'm
' Bald be wa? uncertain whal amour
could or should be spent for aer* :
as t!ie department * .
tnenting to obtain a suitable type," an
he doubted that i? Inrge appropri?t!??
Secretary Daniel? wa? asked if h
would recommend the amount i.- . .? ||
ad by * i>: ?', which was $1
187,000, but Mr. Daniell suggested the
| the aircraft appropriation should b
handled through the Bun ?
E?ngii ? ' ? ?: 1 '..ler this method the di
! partis ' wtihtever amount i
deems nnressaiy. and relatively ?mal
sums have been expended for aircraft.
The UBO I?; which aeroplanes hav
put in tho Kurofean war and teat i
mony that 'he I'nited States hat* or,!:
ty-threa na-ahiaai far both arm;
amity *.??re The control I in?;
in the ?ub-comaitta-a'a decision to
turn tue reci-umendations of Secretar;
Daniels. The full committee is ?
e to the specific appropria
Captain Bristol pointed to thi
? ?ttee tha*
spend fully $1,000,. lago foi
i general naval inert
lied by the full Naval \
l thi sub ???min il I ee makei
B0 mi. ?
items, which an to b<
the holida* ? loa anee foi
on by Hot '?? ad
and it is t
DROWNED AT SEA
Lieutenant P. J. Gerstner Meets
Death When His Machine
Falls Intf) Ocean.
i r ? nie, (al.. Dec. 21. I. eutenaiit
r rederick J ? n on??
of tha s.x United State? army scout
; flii-ht fe m San Di< go to L* ?
?ir.4 ned in the sea ten ni'le
I. i!. Mu.ler, pilot ol
oplane ha I
-. death. < .
ant * red.
The ot' ?
held !< ???
?he tlight back from Los Ali*.'. li
OW, to report, th? number ai
ipa manoru* r ng in the
vicinity ol I i
I'ec. 21. Lieut*
e in the int
..ii sinr,. ]
. |1 ridge fi
?rtnj i ourteen
.i. instruct 0
??trier was only twen
lle was born m
Michigan appointed I
| 1909 ''ii |
GREEK SOME GUNMAN
Nonchalantly He Confesses to
Sixteen Murders. Police Snv.
Dec :.'l I
I arg? of
? Ihv. , N'ichola I'
ota h i' de for
held m 110,000
. i,r. i ?.',? am?) i i <? i".! ?
th pi Id? in recounting th? nurabi ,
i n of thi I'i'ii air
said U 4.**.o tecia ?lain La (-rocco,
Supreme Court Orders Thaw
\ Back to New York for Trial
Trwers ' Jerorne,
Stanford White's Slay
Loses All Points Raise,
in Fight for Freedom.
BY THE DECISIO
New Steps likely. Sai
V.irk i-tat- -.-? for pi
I haw, w
fled !'??' ' ?ugnat 17, L91
Of the fe.!. ? -liould 1
.An. an?! once again in the cu
? Mempshiro he should 1
"Wt regard it a? too clear f(
length-.- ? i the opinio
"?'? -i' rhaa slivered np ;
meant at leai
thirty <Ih> ?- mlc for bot
r action earlie
?s that tr
Thaw million? will allow . ?? -??!?!*.;
. f.u\ tbair efforl
to thwt ?? ai interpreted by tr
law s of '.. U hat actio
will he taken, however, is a subject fo
Of the principals on'.v Thaw him?el
and Philander C. KnoX, former Secre
tarv of State, 01 I ???'orneys, ha
not h nit; to lay, The blow falls princi
pally on tht d?-voted mother, Mr;
William Thaw, who has never lost hop
*ha* one day I ? ?! MB would be free.
"I canim? believe it," she said ove
and over |. B informed I
home in ! ihat the i .
in the land had ruled against lie
heartfel* i ? She immediate!'
' Harry in Manchester, N. II . an'
I with him over the long distanci
t?l?phona. Latai wat some
? - he announced emp'nau
?ha! the light hud no? yet ended.
Oat ' ' . '??? a A
e< Governor of Pennsylvania, who ap
CONVICTS' SANTA A RAT
Rodent, with Bell Tied to It
Caused Visions of Kris Kringle
Cold '.'I Some of the
the 1 ? i i ' ral ?' Panitan
here have been hearing things for
nolaa waa like
lUnd I ..no-ed to presage
a ? laus as he comes
ng up m his ileiga-l 'Irawn by bolI
Mili-er. and tome of th
.,? a recriK?escence of
their . itl I o-.lay, however, the
eaUM of the BO ^e ??' revealed, when a
rat with a -?mail ball fastem-u to
?. ? r Knap, lia - a-ross the f.oor of one
of the room?
ft a ' ?,1 become
numerous Broun I
? -, suk
j., .,,.., , . ..hm? rtotne
aid ii..-i?'|ucru.!e ball dress
FINERY GONE, WOULD DIE
Girl, Unnerved by Loss of
Chnstm.is Clothes, Tries Gas.
?after bi i tot i? mor th<
I t.ner-,. ??.hii-h was
?U-kn Lu? bur^lat?. Ansa Frailer?, tev '
her 11, w hen the
plia for Tha
'I I ad expect? ? sion.
Th fa is tha end rhaa
In tins city Tl -, William
Trav, . who proaei '.'ed t'ne
retain i ac*tiei
bal hi? attei ipl ? ??nom,
said Thaw a mid positiv* ied on
ti," i on-pirn.-v
would go back to
Mr. Jerome say:- ?hat tha fact a man
has legally be, n decla
not bar a trial on a conspiracy *
The maximum penalty
conspiracy, which - a ::
is $.".00 fir.?- ami a fear's Imprisonment.
abat ?Till be dor-. ? .
CisiOB of ti i
the next thing o do will I
an agent of I Mnmp
? after that
. ?-an is m
ho i? the
shrieve. He has been on several un
laful trips for Thaw, ?
to Canada when U
the bord? r and ? New
Mo?-.? i , ?
rmteen fears i Id, was I
and bar i 6th st.,
. ara took ai
which they h..d laid aside for Christ?
In terror of at ? - ?
feel wall. V
from work ? ? and
. ? |
rue Ho pit il. Hei ? ' ions.
SEEK MEDAL FOR HERO
Passaic Man's Employers Tell
of Daring Rescue.
. i?, ? af a hero medal
ir '. of Paaaaie, a
?,;o Tha Ti .? '
to inquire thi
Their ttnployer, thev said, dived into
the Paaaaie Wear Saturday morning to
rescue (ieorge I.npu-r. k, ;* -"-orknian.
I.apusnik fell Inta : om a ?
bridge, and Braadhu? I .arded his
coat and dived f i iti ictui t
is later. a ?? <
f. K. Long and W. O. liroadhumt Com
avaitf? ?uaUactoii*, -_____?.?? '
of House, Grossman it Vorbau?, ai
ex-Judge William II. Olmsted, Thaw
it the ?*a
until .. copy arrived, but Judge Olr
"We believe there ?*-.
n tliat will pre
of Thaw. It is BOt ai! '?ver set."
It ?? .
of the SUte of New York for tl
? rase in
? ral ?*ou
an a writ ?'??:,
.-.l.ir.eli guid"d ?
to the Ul : Supreir
The decision Wl
unauui I pi t|
when he is returned to Sem York.
Ne.? , nrk Jury to Doide.
r a New
mom? ? i ??- wa
?Ami!.I make the fact
: , the fact that
live from justice, the demand m du.
form, tment bj ? grand jur
: may I appear, I
o. ? with b) the summai?
lation as to whi -ne re
suit of the tria! ?n i1.
Following the anr nuncenier
that a wide rani woub
be opened up wl
plans laid that r.o difl viet in
t All let Sunday
morning in 1913. Fifty hour?, later he
was ? : in a farm
?rag? n Jual rom New
i Inn pi
Planned I ighi in I anada.
" .ti a!! arrangei been
mad?- 'ontreal and
the date for a hearing
and ! ? - r the line in Not
? ..Mimic! .hi |i.?gr? ',. , olnmii 2
TRAVERS TO DRIVE COTTON
Amateur Golf Champion Seeks
Admission on Exchange.
Jerome 1?. i golf
champion of Ar- going to mix
tion ? i the
in Kxchange. ai
the oil "leiti
BECKER TO GO FREE
Namesake of Ex Lieutenant,
Once Faced Hanging.
? 1 his
I bt re?
leased is not 'he former police leuten
ant now in ^?rig .^ing for the sj
? Auburn 1
.? , Btx - '. to
? u ?' imprieoi has
msn's no'.se, tnu mode o? execu*..yii ut
GERMANS NORTH OF
VISTULA ARE DRIVEN
BACK INTO PRUSSIA
Lose Control of Great Waterway, but Stil
Hammer at Fifty-Mile Russian
Line South of River.
BULGARIA NEUTRAL POWERS DECREi
London Believes That This Foreshadows the Ap
proaching Participation of Greece and
K?umania in the War.
The German army which invaded Northern Poland has been dir.
back .i*;-""- tho frontier Into IVus.-ia. where It holds a line t?v
miles long? balwaajl Neidenbui'K ami L?llt*wbn**g. They have lost ei.tm
their rontrol of tho northern hank of tl..- Vistula. Smith ol" the river i
kficupj* a strongly intrenched line from the junction of th.- \
tula and Rzura rivers, on tlie rij-ht nank of the latter, southwar.l f.
The Germans are attackini* tierc?!y iti tahe rej*ion of So?!,
thirty miles aroai of \V.ir*aw.
Following a ??ruarantoo of Bii!f?arian netitrnlity, London believe.
Rumania and Greece will shortly enter the war.
An order from General JolTre. a.vordirij? to Merlin, i-ay-t the time I
conn* to driv? the ?Germans from France. Fierce iisrhtin-r follows all ..
the line, in which the Allies, reinforced, report they aro ?-lowl*? for i
? my ba'*k.
British ships have bombarded the Belgian cast, and it is MM '
that the Germans have evacuated Middelkerke, five and a half mil.
? * (Mend.
GEN. VON HERINGEN
PRAISES HIS FOES
But Calls Kitchener's Re?
cruits Inadequate, Can't
SAYS THAT BRITISH
VIOLATE RED CROSS
Old Fighter Also Speaks Gener?
ously of Sir John French
and General Joffre.
!Fro?n a ????* ?--?;--< stl
Qanaaa Front la France, l>ec. 21. I
* -ust spent three days with (ien
eral ron Heringen'? arni> in th?
and have seen nothing half so int.
esting as the fine old patriarch a
ramander in ehiaf. Ganen
Heringen, "the rietor of Seerburg" and
former Minister of War, though prob
><i knosrn to American news?
paper readers than ft"
eral?, - one of 'he ?-rand old men of
.. -"mi.!, army and a ' .
Re : one of tY ? .- -
bulky and tremendoa
? ?. of a keen sense of
humor ? -ions in sni'e of the
- f ?he times. The back of
hit massive head is sparsely i
with silver hair, and his --.hite mmxi
has been pruned to l.alf its peace
strength. General von Heringen, like
a ! tiie other German generals with
whom The Tribune correspondent
sp ?ke, did not '?esitate a second to
"The F.nghsh first line troop? I -
? ? ?
tough, especially on the def.
There would be no credit in beating
them if they were not," he said, making
- referred 01 ? to the
turning on K
? i ? ?
.?nnot hoi.- in a
few months what ? hun
dred lild up."
\e\er I"??/ed the Scotch.
' back I
-hot our men I I th a
. ? . ? ? . ?
ictually at?- ?
.-? ? : r ,
' | - .?.,.111 l-'r- ?
tfully aa if ?ret? t
that th? I ?d all been sen* north
He did ?
who, he tatd, we ..
in a creditable, toldiei
hi? "brilliant junior, I
era! < l
exclu* ad aUo a few hard
rap? ''or the Ki rather, for
A . I , ,
for the alle
phoned .. ?. ? ,.,? |
te.lep! ift fil lag again.'
you ar- . ,
!T'> hoartC. ! dare -ay thev -en
? >? I . t barb ii ..n."
French and Fnglish at Odd?.
I I - the ?flag, .
I ???? dum?
dum look in the old general's eye, Knd .
Cantlaueil un ?<??? t. culu-uu A
London, l'ec. '21. I M t
' rate.- .runres of tha H
giirian government of Us Intoatiaa
main*..'' r*< I Bautralit]
Franca and Bui
nntee?. ta bath Athens and Hu' I
that ?.'II n.it h"
In the avant of the latter country a
s ? ? - ? nd will nal
mania, ahoald tha? t< . pu
tiripate in the war.
This is taken to fore?!iadcw the a
praaching **a-rt*?*lpatiaa at* Buntaa
Berlin 'by wirele?? ? ? r; i
Dec. *J1, Amort;
for publication to day by the n
? Bamaa ?.u?. tha rode-?
"Bulgaria ha? officially
' a. Xinh ?ad I the ?J,
Hungarian ?toamer? in t|
Danube with tvar i
ivtro-fi-ad, Dae. 21.
Thus the (jerman plan *
try ha? be,
I he Vli r ila in thla ? ?
I? rot lea? than ? half rnilo
ficial report that the -?rent ||
Russia-i territory nortl
?.as been cleared at the i,e>mnn il
<\T<\' I | ?
portanca by -??. Tl
violent engagements south of the Vi
the iieifc,-- f Noch,
?: the River Bsura, tl . r'v m I.
. arhera an arm
'nan. :? a"
? a road through to thi P?*Jm
? of ge
tral h- . rhey are ;
:al annoui" the cor
Maim Surresic? in South.
Russian ?':????, ? ?
pathian region aga
; ?n the headquar'
fallan ? i
? ragtoa of Mlawa fNorth?
Poland) the (?ormani Bava fl I
?? ?? : --. of i.a;-. ? ? irg?Nald<
II the fror.'
"(in tha ;- fl bar.? of the V'isti
there is no incident of importance
? In (?nliria -he Austrian ofTensire
hy our troo
and the operations in ;'?
an a character ex'remely fav
able to ?
? which was operating in :
of ?*u?.la Ph*?*. was ea?ily
by a bayonet charge made
' "f1"- ? ? ,
"Th. f tha fr-emysl ??
?? break thl*0**gfa the Hloous 1
?1 ba<-k into the I
. th h*?avy lo??.r?."
I.ermans Hammer at Sixhrrrew,
bank of the Vi?tula. unofficial
? w that Soel
objective in the
...mpl ',, roach War?^ The Ru?'
?orce, on the right bank of the Hi
?jawka rivera, however, are hea
intrenched. Their line is about f
rhe Ru?m*i; artillen
sir _ ..^^?..a?-.
If It's Arlacrt?ae*d in
See Editor?! Pa?e. Firat Coharai