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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1015.
lMJIl I,- |)\?.' il?' VI* '" '"? Bf "??? ? <?rl? ?.rw trh .le?r?ae? f lit BB?1 Hateaeiae?..
F I 81 Will RI lU.i I F ST?
TO DRAG SHIP
BILL OFF ROCKS
[ nnb\c. with Wilson's Aid.
?,? Win Back Seven
PRO?il?! SSIVES AI SO
Dl M TOPRES?D1 VI
Senator ( l.ipp Frankly Re
sent*? lli> Interference
in I :ight,
LEADI RS Rl \D\ TO
MAKE ( ON< I SSIONS
Will Amond to Satis?v Rcl.i?
citrantv.. bul I ate "i Measure
K in [)"ii!m.
?? ?? ' sdl ?? raven, tne
4 , ?
Meet h? \\ re. ? ing < rea
a ? ? ?
g the d ' even
'Hr I- ?. only
i ? ; iblicans
... , Cg,u.
I ?routing com.
eke a reeonnoissance,
? | ? namber.
?rient Wilaen, realizing the
rn??ibili'y of f
pr? sen? form, adi ...
?f the adoption of <?
:r? it : ?lira the
1 ...... .
-? vahirVi thr-v ?
I ail 1? Ite-torm Rant??.
i | ?
''? ? nation
i- lone '
? ' ?
? H I ? '
ms he informed lh< Pr.
"lent ' . i r^'hrrl I h?
? eiew of h
, Mild, m
? . ? 'n re?
t? .? Republ cans, th.
? ?,. the
? " ' ha
. ' .
on. As aaoi -
,,. full strength
hirh ha.l been
wan a,ira,V?"l III th? ch?
* oeii.,.1. ,1 ..,, fgag? I .?lii.rtn S
. PALM BtACH AND SS I A M I.
. ." *?'
EIGHTH AV. FLOODED
FROM BROKEN MAIN
Thoroughfare a Canal troin 42d St. to 40(1, \\ hen 40 ?ni li
I Nid Mu rst s?Dwellers \\ ado I rom I lotnrs?Cellars
I illed? I heat re Crowds Inconvenient ed.
Neat th? heart o* the t.heatie rjil
? forty-inch water man hurst ,n?
Thrre wa? an explosion, am
,-. emer.t at 4LM St and Kign'h s\
?ira.e.i ?tirt cracked. Hundred? of ?>?'
or? of water apo?ited into the n-r an
?-? led by the bucketful on t ?
IB] ng of ?no*- ui the ?ewer
held ? ? be responsible f"r th
\? the i'lea?. ciew '?'cr' ?.
??ream carved a pastaje for itaelf. ihi
jrey?et subsided somewha". but
stream boileil up ar.ri '?pre;,,
k: '? ,, Before t
?' ora i !d ?1 * o 191 h al ? i
I uri'g--. re of the ?rater wai
, d by the darkneas thai oeertool
. - a'ter houaa < ellar?
? ? - Heater? were doused and light
terged lie rati r ro h
above the curb?, ?mi poured in .-a?
into ba?emei,t barber anopt
ard parlor? *~d shooting pallrr -
Hpu'ed - '? people ran t?
5-hopkcor? ? Igged then
egiatei theii am ? and madi
rates' refuge. S?
??a?- t;ie ruah of wate- thai house
? - fled, feai ng the ? om?
">\ ade from I heir Home?.
? e xei temen 1 worm
? at< ire, eo, ered hastily,
overcoat! ? , ?hawls, splashed
gh vaa'er half v., ? kneel
? membei s of their fara
? ' gees carried with
? 'v thaj reared S g
ears old wi
FOUR LOST AS 11 GO
DOWN WITH DREDGE
Eastern Turns Turtle a?
End of Chain in (iale
Off Port Jefferson.
el? ei "er aaleap an the ?team
? redgi Eastern when the
turned o ei et terda?
| eg. the ( i ir-- ??? o tha hur
Iferaon, Long Island,
?e.e imprisoned In the :
1 hej Knd no chance
e ea plo? on of i ah '
I leath of three of Jheii com
more certain, broke, up the
"here v ? ? p . ? ?
reckage. 1 o ?
?. ?.-. men were em| -?- ? f ? h?
Grave I orporation, 11 "
Broadway Tha eaptaii , Thoma t
ad a hard time effort
to rnal.e Port JeiYersoi Monda]
nail] anchored about .
reakwi neai me harbor
chain? and 1
. blown up by th?
the end of
gali e dn dge ros?
rave ami ? >i
. | ,. it , ' ?? .
heap William F
.lohn Ha? on t ?H Poeberg wer?
ai ?) drowned when l
The other? foiifrh?
? t y feet tO the surface.
All ?tatted to swim to the breakvaa'e
Henry McCracken, apparently tnote
Ht,- than the rest, climbed on to
a hritfh <o?er that floa'cd h ? ? Sooi
he wa? ?wallowed up in 'he mountain
' '? Sound.
1 no other? ma?!?- s'-fh' headway
tnwHrd thru goal, their atti
back t h? dredge bj ai i
Il fea minute? larrjc pieces .,'
wreckage were within reach, and Cap
tain S ? ? ma liagi Louis
Hyland, Auj-ustu? <>?ie: . Gut tVi
? itmind Parkes and Sigmund Ho?
land huddled tog-ether and waited fot
I... m- louts their determination
whs aaaailed bv the element?, but it
:i!l strong at 1:30 o'clock, when
| ? nod bv the rorporation ?teameil
,. wreck o'iir ?It-upe and ?
? - ?
U. S. DEFIES GROUNDHOG
Weather Bureau Predicts Win
ter in Spite of His Forecast.
; ' e groundhog peered out of his hole
,iav, und. not beinr? able to see
hin shadow becnuse of the sleet cloud.
between him and the sun. quitted his
? lei home. Whereupon the supersti?
tious breathed a ligh of ralief and de
claimed that winter was now ovei and
g tvo^ld soon be here. If the ani?
mal had seen his shadow, they s..id, we
would have hao weaka' stormy
It ?s tnerelv a matter ol choice
? e\e the ??round! |
? Weather Hurcau at Washingtoi
former ha' aran ie? I clear mm
warmer weather. Tha burean bulletin
?aid ?a.-! tught:
"The indication? *'r that -ere will
be ?no? an?: sleet in the north Vtlant C
state? during the next thirty-?? hours.
? ingl are dn played OB the
? .- Coaal from Portland. Mr., to
the \ irtr aia cape- "
CANAL FLOATS BIG SHIPS
Great Northern and Kroonland
Pass in Fast Time.
ranama. leb, 2 The new Northern
Pacific steamship Great Northern and
the American Lin;? steamer Kroonland,
??. an largest pa??eni?er boat. >et to
Panama Canal, passed through
the waterway thi? afternoon, both of
u.. ra making fa" time.
The trip war. aril , oca! inci
haa been diwclg? throogh the
, ? < uearacha 'I be Kn enlaad
. 0 tons and the (,reat North
..... ton?. I
while thr- watpr lofe alien' Kit ?lie
w at ? i '
SI w h- ted ) ? i cenar? Hei
hail 'i.'iil her to ?luv nicht there
he i nrr.r'1 Bab) >< .;,?.
i ??vpivhoijv hail forgottei the
fathet re? ? ? ? i cat
In . i i ,i - ? tecf ion?
eit-Hpril falling into ?ell? minv feel
\ ?treeteai and automobile tr?n*.p
av. and 01
pende.i. It wai I the hoar the
theatres t rr<- ,'. cro*
and h ' ren endou
in r4nni-;v e go ? f"i
; bio? k? RWBV
liallant escorl fir ? "mpan
irmi ni ;
1 v. 11 ll B I ?
IT ? :<| ti''(.rpi| In '"il ?in.?
reel fm a nieke] m r'<ip A <|<,u' t?
ing passengei wanted lo see the trip
made I her safety.
Bold!? the youths ?plashed into the
street, There wa-- ?ce pi," .
i. ' en I .- afford good going for the
b .? .-' midsti earn th.
heii 'nalani'p *<-<\ we\
?', ,,.;. (0 t)] ?? H t'
oi the crowd rafter that thej lugged
ttei awaj l here were no moi f
"Traffic nol rr n t
yins, to straighten out thr
n . ? rves were ailed
ih?' W est 301 West 47th and thi
,? .n, From I
?v wu- roped off. The
? ?? drawn h.i!1" ?? ht Up
* hr> i ? i
Flooded Zone 1 tit Off.
' , permitted 'o ente
flooded -or? except the emplo ei s
: .- Department off Water Suppl?
I. .'U, .
and electric I;jrh:
Rescue parues ol policemen ?ere
? Dnllaned nn PRB? I. r? limn ?
MURDER HOAX HIS
RUSE TO QUIT U. S.
Homesick German Con?
fessed Poisoning Light?
Hoped To Be Deported.
sdrieh llora walked into the rn?
trie Attorney's office yesterdaj ai ?
,:?? r, ,. , ed tha nr r ?. \ .
??- . ,,,-.,,_., ,i}. r ; ? out of 1 hei '
St the berma? ?idd Fellows' llnme, i'i
frail. and appeared to
l ? .- i, gh L, with ..?- ?
m in the fai p. he ?<'i
hit frankne was ii
i hat he wotl
straight back ?o Germany a1- an
? ? ' ? 11 ' e
It was a ' '
d ','i '-.Brhori'.t; one ?ho nad killed
eip;h; '?? gt ai n . Mors thought, bul
then America h,ui struck h m a- pecul
i?r fv?i , . ? ^n ivai. In the
Tomb? ponce court h<? wa-? so surprised
st bei ni
<? . . find I
"You ?ee. I av. ol a na
"I am iust despei ? ?
A ter 1 had I id r-d ihic
He d? Iberg m4 iat hr-? died
.. -? -. ? 4, .hpi ,-,,
.11 ?? -TIP
I 'i -patching for aniin foi ?.r
tinip, Moi d, he got a piare *
, Odd et Iowa' Hoi ??
m.i!? pri -? ised then
ar.u he ?av disi-harr.p'1
da I wa '? ?!." hi i o I naed
? llmosl r,r: ? 'i ? ,i ime to thi --
Suddenly i re ram.'
tivpi me to tro bud. to I Hand
? .. i ? ? v a ?
purcha r pa . agi ? ?
?' I.,. .
"I hit on mo i? henir of
authorities that I had ?.??istrd ii
? ? ;.' t . ? dei I -T.-ii-Ti ? ha? i ?
thej found out that I an al en ? i
?i ed os do o . ta} ' to 'put one
r - r?- on ; h nn.' I would promptly I
Deacon Murph* and Aaron .1 ? ol
I on. the \ its ' D \: .
: i ?? uni,', ii , com
C ited w ?th Hip t;< rrr.an 0<Jd Fel
loa ' Home and found tha- the eipht
is he mentioned had died Their
old acp. *
the Miperintundrtit. Tl
Hei n Hendel, Heni i Horn.
Frederick Schoi?. a mai whooB ?
i i-iip wa? ? .at ?.t. Mrs. ?tats?
l ?? . ,i i rod? i i Fipv and Mi
Mil abeth Ha:,, en. Moi ?a d he I
some with morphine and some with
Coroner James P. Dunn, of Yonks
Ircun an investigation right ?????? Hi
got a I 'of all the rrt-Piit death? at
the ineiitutiun art! d? ?
for n?* 'i.olvir-r' up the death ? ? I
and other endcnce
BEAUTY TRAPS MASHER
Two Gulp Cause Man's Arrest
He Get? Th-ce Months
"Not sltogathsi gui ? ? ?? ih.- pip?
of ? rriA>.hrr in inch' rourt beforp
Mag.-trate Ten EycB .*!>' mch' Ih?
sentence was thn-e months.
b*oi that U-ngih ot time William
ob, of Greenwich, ?inn., ?ill no?
I ,i i< ?in.?n \\ i)|iaiS ???
4* ? f k, i rig slowly up Third tv when two
.?omen ??alking ? d him
lip laid "'i. llo" and ?jut*?!?
ed and ran
and Johnaea kept paee with thorn. At
21d si. Pitrolman DoaUch, of tha East
. ?talion, ?topped thi
In court the girls said ? ? were
lodel?. had boen ?; ah<- Aca
of MbbIb a'
..!,.,, th? pr.-'?? . ? nsolted them
' ' BBS._
Imported LA CAROLINA Charutos. 10c.
AT GREAT COST
Von Hindenburg's Das
Begins with Appalling
Sacrifice of Life.
LOSES MOST OF
Russians Retake Almos
All of Two-Mile Line
Fighting in North.
roi H . pera te
at a ds
:-h i v la
? r r ?? ghbo
, r Rive
Biura r (ierms
. ??. ? !, ? ? ? hem , aftei
week of - ? iolei ' I e
place in I
?, .. ? ( of t h e H
!.. to ho rere
|? fed. rhe ' ?rand Duke In -
- ici ond ne ' trei ches
their ri 'ion?,
i o;.fronted a r ?
? nth. vi>:
(lindcnb . i
time until the decisive I o* st i ici
bj ore of the contestants,
it tain men
vantage to d
\dvan?e in Two Mirntinn?
Oi : he front I I
a, thi in appear t<
t>e adv ar ng in two direel
? ard towai eastwa
toward 'heu formei front. The lim
between Brezoui elewo Lake
apart and ter
mile.- north of Sierpe, was ?tionglj
held b the Iieemans, but th?- f.
. | ,, -r-.lej
? i -? -? ???. ? ??? .-ral villagr .
i apt jr? d :
Iroopi the Ci
i i t.. ? ,??? ? rd ''obi i., on th*
? , . i
?e? ? rai mil? f"he) lost he
: ent thai
this re| on, and
v . ,ar. rought up to
? ,.. . pro
A II ? Hi |l
he i,' i mi.
Iheir en ? rep
,,n I.ouImv k
o ? he number of pi i?
Othei trophies raptured i>\
the Ru iai Sa1 urdaj the (lui am
it Wyi ( - >ok r
mera, amo- g whon
rhe fighl : ' - L*ai pal *
mpoi ? ? On OUgl* tne IB
a a'd Wj
strategic alue ol these passe? is indi
? fai ' r i? a
mo?* of I emberg,
? . and Dukla i i tuated
'ghting in the Carpathians apparently
but tr.? * .. i.crtnan concentra' ??>r
^iirrr?? (i.ilv lemporar?.
t Gern n tha early
. . Sunday on the
i t?te oi Borjimoa
? .. been menl ioned daily in the
.. month past rft
the centre of more or los? st ret.non ?
fighting, wn- the greateet they have
I. The German?
tttackad in thi? re.; on on Peeemliet .'>
latil ihe present week
they hud been iiamnti ring ratal] Bl
. though the?
ol mer I
e plan of ?en<l
? came fol ?' a'd to C?
in hppall.n-r losses.
1 ^spring, and finally
brought up sil their available artillerv
g fom ?Vita the?e
their ? ol. m attacks on Sunday fti
tl e capture of the
i lie of tr, ?
'' ' ? raporary so
an such an
Portant ?nail !
bad been taken and held a few hi
after which the occupier? had been reg
?lestroyed ?itli ? and
in Si-nu, also ret?,o
lost position?, th thai
?1 ? .1
full fol I
German? leal ? m.ni
??ni.ni.erl ?a ,,?,, t rehiro?. I
7 Die as Sleet Sheathes City, \
Halts Traffic and Fells Many
Fetherston's Army of Min?
ute Men Cleaners in
CAR LINES CRIPPLED;
Storm Toll of Injured
to (iet Work.
?'<"r>' due directly to
the most amvinr' ?form that Ntfraj York
. v-'n.-n the toil wa.?
reckoned last alghf Of thftpe, four
sers li ? I'.. : .IcrTrr-on Har
dge overturned. Seven
in? ' 's .-..mi ades, who defied
? rrn for ?i?< Hour?, were Bared.
Plainly harhv(| i?. rhp inconsistency
of the -Irr- . t\ eather Kureau
did little all da> bul ? the
anything l.aip last
iter took a
? ?tan.l an?) said that if ought to
bo fair by to morrow, lip think? i* will
1 .i. those who regard the groundhog
a an infi i g prophet, it Is here
fter the animal had
I ? nearlj t? .- inches of
h i omposil on of ind ?Ipet
,,iprp,| hi> hole and the rp?l. of
forl Citj and <anv iron?, hr
I ado*. for ?' 4
t ,ir bright dwv? <o
Seabl ? had a return to Its
?..ii.ipr days .'.rid rnr-hi? o' terror, and j
some ' - timid took to higher
ground rrsnsportation ???? at a
'.oiisp-' were rartied
Sionit \iclini Leave? Fainil?.
Of the seven death? due diree
. of A rtluiT- l.anca'-ter. of
Park, Queens, was ihe saddesl
* -.- and Bight small children
are left to mourn this employe of ihe
Long Island Railroad, who wa? run .
down, .-?t the Hillside ?ration as he'
, . m front of a train ,
that suddenly appeared from the haze,
Ml SI ha? not been told of
her hasband'i death. Preparations had j
bpen ma.i" to send her away to regain
hei health, and feai fell for her ron
dit on when the learns ?he truth. Lan
ca ?lei ? I ' vva? shocked to
li k Ii i m and
but led - the 1 I rail.
on, of l?U -3d st~, I?ong
Island < ity, died in St. John'? Hospital
from pxposuie after he pad been taken
from his home.
Mar,on Wiamenski's weak heart gave
ou* yesterday morning in the battle
m at Jack?on and Skillman
aves., Hunter's Paint, and he rat dead
when i i he ?an lived Bl l?sM
V B--him he B
?undent loll I? l^rge
Ambulance torgeant had a bu.?? day
? ? ? ? ? ppople ?ho had falls on
the eity'a slippery she?th. Grace I,an
gaasna, of |0 I asi Hal I. was taken
to Flower Hospital with a broken arm.
Margaret Posad, sf 111 Hroome at .
frai'lured One sf her hip bone? when
rll in fron* of HO Park Row. She
? ? ?? Hospital.
? on ii FotBorotea of th?
Street ' - ,- Departmeat decided he
Wosld not be eaoght napping by what?
ever solution might be found for tha
mpieot'-!nir:'-al puzzle of the last two
day? and ordered out '.'0,000 men He
. | t" mere??e the force
?hould the storm continue or call off
,11 hi.: iBSSld i-ome to the
a- a a a v.- be to re m ? v? inter
? em lauert ob y?a? S .-a?lu??B I
/4 'HL C
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GERMANS HERE APPLAUD
"HEROISM" OF VON HORN
Dynamiter. Known in City. Said To Be Blacksherp Son
of Count Karl. Aid to Bavarian King?Professor
Stowell Discusses Legal Situation.
In local German circles Werner vo
Horn's act. was regarded la?t nicht a
an act of patriotic heroism. Von lion
is no Stranger <n N>* Vor?.'-, Germar
colonv. I?urin?f his two month?' stat
ir thi? eitj he ma?]e ?he acquaintanci
of many of hi? countrymen.
But none of these friends were wtl
in?? to give much information aboul
him They did not wi.-h ?o incriminar*
him. or lay themselves open to pos.
?ible? charges of complicity. It wa?
learned, however, tha? von Horn i? th?
eldest son of ( ourit Karl von Horn, a
former War Minister o* Bavaria, per
sonal adjutant of the Bavarian King
and a general in the Bavarian arme
Von Horn was an officer n the ne?
var?an army, and rose m tha rank of
rauta, n of pioneers. According to
those shorn he took ;n?o his confidence
? was the black ?heep
of his family and had ?o resign from
the army several ?. ear? ago on groount
of an unpleasant no?one*v which he i?
said to h?ve gained over a financial
Like mane other espatr'ated German?,
he went to South Amerce, and later to
Iffaiea, ??here he is sai?l tr> have rep?
resented German business interegtg.
When tiie war broke out von Horn en?
deavored to tin?! passage to (?ermanv
and, failing, came to New York about
eight weeks ago.
George Sylvester V lereck ? as the
only German sympathizer who would
permit the publication of his name
v th his views.
"Ai an Am. ricsn eitlsaa, I am sorry
If Von Horn di?) anything which might
? ' ?he cordial relation.? which e?
itt between the t nited Stales end
I ?nada. But a? a tirm believer iu ta?
justice of the German cause. I must
compliment Von Horn whoever he
may be on h?s nervy uruiertaking. In
my humble opinion he did vha? many
a patrio'ic German subject would glad?
ly do in view of the unjust manner in
which Germany and the Germans are
treated not only in this country but
,ti < anaila "
In the rank list of the German arms
and navy Werner von Horn is not men?
tioned. That may be accounted for bv
the fact that he ha? not been an active
oftWr of the German army for some
Some of Van Horn's local friends,
among them several German army offi?
cers marooned here, doubted whether
the man arrested at Vanceboro is the
Van Horn known to them.
At the German consulate it was said
that Werner Van Horn was not known
there, It was denied that the plot
hatched here had been fostered bv off*
"Tu my mii.d tha .jue-tion of inter
national law which this country will
have to settle in the Van Horn case
is one of the moat important que?
i tions which has ever armen," said ti?
lery C. Stowel1. associate professor of
International lav at Columbia I'm
"There i? no prece?lent :n this coun?
try, ?o fgr a? I kn?>w. Von Horn claims
that he is entitled to the protection of
'he United States,flag because his act
wag a political ore
'?If he i* in reality a German offi?
cer acting with the consent and
knowledge of the German government,
?<e cannot be held re.-potisible as an
individual, and the German ??orern
ment will have 'o answer for the of?
fence committed by him.
"If he is a private ei'ien of (.er
many, art.ng on h:? own initiative, he
will nafiraHy have !.. bear full re
sponubilit). the contequr n'f? of which
will hae t., in- .-?tare I?
1 artmrii'. in U u.h.ngloii and by ?nplo
mat e exchanges between this countrv
C. P. R. BRIDGE
Destroys Part of Structure
Over St. Croix River.
CAUGHT IN MAINE
Declares His Offence Act
of War and Defies
FOR HIS CUSTODY
Request Sent to Uash.in.rlon. anu
Ottawa, Fob I Ihe i antdisn go?
ernment ha? apn:ied ' be rVsaorieaa
authoi tie se extradition sf Wst?
ner van II ?? i i-onni-n on
with th?- ble .? fa 'anadian Pa
cifie railway br.dje ?panning the Bl
i roix River, the international boundary
iie'vveen the Stare ,, ' M.;,rie aid the
Province of New Brun*wick.
Van Horn ?a? arrrs.ed in \anreboro.
Me., but as the Offence wa? committed
on ("anadiar territory hit extradition
is sought that he m?-.' he tr-nl by the
(anadian court? on the charge arj de
?truction of railwav pr, B4
The application of the < anadian gor
prnnipni for the BCrtMHI u1' ?an Horn
ha? been fo> ?ar.lrd t0 -,-p Hnti?h Am
idor a' Wash gt 'or ?ubmn
tion to the Amrr can BdminiatYBtBB**.
Vanceboro. Me. !'? i>. 2 Another in
ternationa! problem incident la tita was
wa? thru?' upon the I'nited Stair? to?
day by the action of Werner Van llor-,
who. operating 0.1 'Kp ?anadian ?;?,, ..'
the border, dynamited the railroad
bridge OVS? tie Bt, ?'mix It ver and
then escaped into thi? state
Van Horn quietly 'subm ttp,i to arre??
a few hour? later in a room at a hotel
here, but immediaiely pr .claimed him
?elf an officer of the i.rrman army, and
*et up the claim that he had torn
m t-pi) an art o' war, bo?), having fled
to a neutral couii'r? COtjId to' be
legally ?iai-.-ei'deri^1 to an ri.?my o? fh#
The i'anad Bfl s' Ibofi el IobI b nif
ferrnt view of the matter, and at ?nee
instituted pi hippo-i;;? " Obtaifl 'ho
extradition ai the pi ea the
charge of destruction of railroad prop?
erty. Pending the outcome of th so
elfortt \tt' Horn heid at Um
, ? here in > i ? >?'
Depnty Sheriff (,.-.ng<- it Ross, of
Bridge Soon Repaired.
The bridge which \ ... Harn ?ought
to i|p?troy wa- riot rrreat Iv damaged.
Within m few ho, intod
;i. one at u I hip, 'hp ?
walking o-.rr on the ce B) morning.
railroad ofTrial? ?aid. ih? hridsre "?
be strong ei-oii^h for trains to B '
The St. Crois Rive, fi ? 'anee
forma the boundan between Mam?- ami
Npv? Hrun?v?ick The bridge it owned
lointly by 'hp Mame ? pp'ral and th?
(anadian Parit-c railwaya, aid i? o I
'he direct route of thr I anadian Ps
Cifie from ?Yeetcrn ( (nodfl to ' he ma I
time pro- -n.-e-,. Over 'm- ruad ha'?
been shipped largr nuantitisi of war
materials far the Mlies, ?xhirii wc-e
rlaced on board hip a' SI .lohn a"d
According 'o the polue \^i Hi
a man of middle . mliitarj
bearing, 'old thpin he had left Ormany
? 8 - '-' four
?car.? hud be i "iai,;iR-in:; a rolT.-p pia' ?
ta'ion in M''?. '?" ,;- ?ne'..
unsuccessful attempt to rriurn to hit
Van Horn left ' < l York City o
1 -'ridaiv Bight, arrivinf here on Satur
??ay nigl'.t and putting up at a hole
That ?air?, night, by appointment,, he
met a man unknown to hint personal'*'
at the ea-t end of thr bridge. Thi?
man gave him * ?atchel containing
I'Miamite. Nan Horn -u?perided the
satchel from the inside of an end pot?
.f the bridge, ?rid a' about '.' o'clocl
tins rrornitiR- <li?chnrged the explosive.
This d'ne. Van Horn planned to go
to Lambert Lake. ? hencf he intended
t.i drive aiiou' thirtv mile? to Prince?
ton. The night toa totansoly cotai. smu%
he aiifTered so much that he ?a? BB
., i-anv out thi? purposp, and so
he returned t<> the hotel. Thoes the
police found him in brd Bt 7 o'clock
lOruing. At thp 'p<|UC*t of UN
I ar.ad'aii ?ffiier? he ?a? arre?tpd
Held Uithoul Fermai I barge.
Attorney tieneral William R Pet? u
trail ?eut word to night from Augusts
10 flpputv Sheriff Ro.s to hold Van
Horn until further order?. While
there WB? no 'ormal charge preferred
against bias a' lirst. arrangements were
made to have Tr a! Justice (ieorge H
Smith i??ue a warrant again?! Van
Horn, if necessary to make certs-r
, i tei - "?
\?m Hoir:, tie OtncUtls slate. rou'O
he charged with damage io a ra Iroad
bridge, which is an r.iraduabl? of?
fence undor an agrpemenf between the
I'nited State? and lanada, or with
damage to property on the Arner>ean
side of the bord'i. where windows
were broken by the explosion. Se
warrant, however, ha? be. n iesoed
Van Hot,i ha.? not seen a la?ver and
appear^ to take hi? detention coolly,
apparent!) indifferent at to what
trnargwa nisy be preferred against him
Dosrat* Hierin Root commumeaied
with John S'. P. II Wilion. Lmted
Slates Marshal 'or Main?, ajid Arthur
Chapman. Assistant t'nitrd Si.te? Al?
t', n eg, both of whom lue in Portland
In the meantime the Aitornev (?enera1
v el. .' B M H??'pi. had
? he?) to official? of the ? anadian
Par i tu- Railway here, a ?kin g 'her? to
ni?ke .. t Van Horn
the MLt 't.t e.tradi
"on pi ? begun forth
With. 'M'a a IOS ??a? adv i.-ed of th?
? a preliminar?
move is lo be made t?v determit*
vi bethci V?r Horn has any stoadlag