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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair and cooler to-day; showers to-morrow. Detailed weather reports will be found on page IS. tm. VOL. LXXIX. NO. 241. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1912. Copyright, bn thr Sun Vmi'i.i iH I'ablhhinu .U.ocintlon. 86 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. FLOCKING TO COAST Hundreds Seek to Reach West ern Ports Where Trans port. Will Call. BRITAIN SENDS WAKSH1P Will Observe Conditions and liVM-ue Subjects Orozeo Fenrs Intervention. iniisorov. April -.7.- Although the !'ati' Department U being flooded with a, i fortx of comtnunlcatlone from friends cr relatives of American citizens in Mexico !t i -t.ited that there has been little ex j rf--ioti of alarm from the gulf coast. .Accordingly it was explained at the State Pepiirtnifiit to-day there Is no present Mention of sending u vessel to gulf port to take away refugees. If any wn-i(icr.il)l number of Americans on the K'llf should appeal for protection cr means of Retting away an army trans tort may he sent there. Tni' gulf coast situation is far less unou- than that on the west coast. At Sintu Cru?, Tampico and other gulf nrts steamship transportation is avail l! and there is still means of reaching port from the interior by rail read On the west coast, however, some i f the ports are apparently being passed l.r t!i'; regular steamers and railroad cnninmnication is badly crippled. Sev- i-aI hundred Americans have been mnk ttiE tlieir way to the west coast for several iw'ks according to the consular advices from that section. So far it is reported that about 600 Americans wish to leave, many of them being unable to pay their (are m cute transportation was available. Official confirmation was obtained by Ci State Department to-day of the report from London that a British war hp is being sent to the west coast to cWrte conditions and take off such Kriiith subjects as may be unable to :-t away otherwise. Just where this vr1 i at present does not appear. So f.ir ns the State Department or British Embassy officials know there is no British arlnp closer to the Paciflo coast of Mexico than China, Australia or the We! Indies. The transport Buford, it was explained, vll bring any British or other foreign objects who desire to come if there is pace After all 'Americans have been accommodated. Sas Francisco, Cal., April 27. The United States army transport Buford, which received orders from Washington to sail to porta on the west coast of Mexico sod take aboard American rcfugoee, leave hero Monday noon. Capt. frank V.. Hoaly.will be in command and will carry a full quota of physicians and Mtxito Citt. April 27. Despito the .iiranoes of the British Minister, I. I.. St otis, that the British gunboateAlgerine. i' i'n -oute to Ma7.ntlan, and the Mel-I- in tie. now in the Gulf, are headed for Mer,m waters with no hostiio intent ' t ieiv , considerable apprehension in Cm vnment circles. The report that F.r'.'i .ubjects havo been maltreated tn the west coast was followed so closely h ' in report that the Algerine was i i 'into to Mamtlan that officials here le cne h r commander is en route to r e-tlgnte. ' vrx considered certain here to-night ' f Frit if h interests were imperilled ' Britain would immediately demand r that the United States afford l protection to liritifh subjects or r.r.it iti- interpretation cf the Monroe i. f mi th.-.t England can act for her Kitmr plan, it is admitted, would K-rtous troublo for the Madero n-tr.ition Puo. Texas. April 27. Declaring y proterting American and foreign m. the Mexicans alone can prevent rrtion. (icn Orozco to-day issued NO SUFFRAGE AT COLUMBIA. President llntler Throna Oat nlrls Votes In University Klertlon. President Butlor suppress! tho sitr- J fragetto movement nt Columbia Itnlver. 1 sity yesterday when he ordered the ha, I lots cast by girls from Barnard and Teachers College to bo thrown out In counting tho voto Tor member of the student board of representatives, which was elected last week. About fifty girls presented themselves nt tho polls on Thursday and demanded the right to vote. The poll clork hud never heard of a Barnard girl voting in a Columbia election. They w.tved a copy of the constitution of the board in his face and showed him tho clause: "During tho last week in April there shall lie held a general election, open to tho entire stu dent body of the university, nt which six members of the board shall lie elected." Then the poll clerk accepted the ballots under protest. Somo of the students protested to Prof. Willian Addison Hervey. registrar of the university, who was officially in charge of the election. He said that he saw no way out of the nutter but to let the girls' votes stand, as the constitution of the board clearly gave them the right to vote. He promised to lay the mutter before Presi dent Butler and did so yesterday morning. President Butler quickly came to the conclusion that the marked ballots ought to be thrown out. "Voting by studonts from Teachers College or Barnard is clearly against the intention and spirit of the constitution of the board, which is supposed to repre sent the interests of Columbia men," said President Butler. "At Barnard and Teachers College they have similar boards of their own, which ought to provide them with enough voting to do." President Butler's daughter, who is now a freshman at Barnard, was not among the voter. NURSE GAVE HIM HER BLOOD. Save KILLS 20; INJURES MANY Twister Swings in Quarter Cir cle for More Than 100 Miles. MANY TOWN'S IN ITS PATH Train Blown From Trark and All of Crew Injured Wires Down. ( r. tt MEAT COSTS MORE NOW. Beef, I.amh and Bacon Advanced Yesterdari Mar Co II letter. New York dealers are expecting higher prices for meat this summer. Quotations yesterday increased about two cents a pound over Friday and were said to have reached a high mark for this season of the .year. It is expected that the high prices prevailing yesterday will continue and may even rise. At Washington Market yesterday these advances had been reported within twenty-four hours: Porterhouse steak from 28 to 30 cents, sirloin steak from 24 to I') cents, round steak from 22 to 24 cents, top sirloin from 22 to 24 cents, lamb chops from 28 to 30 cents, leg of lamb from 22 to 24 cents, lamb forequar ters from 20 to 22 cents, baoon from 22 to 14 cents. Washington Market dealers said that they were unable to explain the rise In prices. Much of the meat sold there is purchased from one concern, one dealer explained, and this company announced an advance or decrease without giving any reason. It is generally believed, the dealer went on. that the price changes camo originally from Chicago. There has been no increase In the price of veal and pork at Washington Market for several weeks. There was no Indi cation yesterday that these commodities will. go up except tho general assumption that they will follow the rise in the prices of other meats. The price for shoulder and breast of veal was is cents a pound yesterday. Filet and cutlets were quoted at 28 cents a pound. According to out, pork ranged from IS cents a pound to 33 cents for tenderloin. MISS NEELEY'S LOVELY TIME. ,'dir I ! Was (lathering Wild Flowers Wall I'ollcr Searched for Her. Miss Charlotte Neelcy, the young musia teacher who disappeared about two weeks ago from the Suffrage Club at 120 West Eighty-Ilrst street, came back yesterday. She seemed surprised that her absence had occasioned any interest, j "I nnvnr thnllffht. thnt Anv nnn hnrA i nnM h intrMir In mv AhKBnee said preserving property, Miss Neeley to a Hun reporter last night. "I was practically a stranger at the Suf frage Club. I went there about two weoks ago and paid for two weeks board in Okmiioma Citt, April 27. A tornado that swept In n semicircle over n stretch of 100 miles In southwestern Oklahoma this afternoon caused the death of twenty persons, Injured scores of others und did damage to property that will run Into hundreds of thou sands. The town of I.ulgnrt suffered worst. Fifteen are dead there. Four arc re Krted dead at Eldorado. Ten or a dozen towns suffered more or less damage. Utile Is known of what occurred tn the rural districts, but tt Is certain that the damage was severe. An early report that twenty had been Killed and forty hurt when a Kansas City, Mexico and Orient train was blown off the track Is denied. The train en countered the storm and was blown over, but no lives were lost. A family I of seven were all Injured at Yukon. One woman. Mrs. .Jerry Brown, Is (thought to be dying. I Lawton, Okla., April 27. To-day's tornado passed near Alius, Okla., but did little damage there. Blair, on the Orient Railroad route, was the next town visited. Much hall and rain ac companied It at that point, but no casualties were reported. Orient freight train No. 19. r;ohiT north, was blown from the track a mile west of I.ugert. The fifteen cars were overturned and all of the train crew were Injured, Fireman Murphy seri ously. The engine was run back to Blair for physicians, who went to the scene. Passing on through the country be tween Hnbart and Lone Wolf, It struck next at Hinton, where several were In jured. In many localities telephone and telegraph wires are down and details are meagre. Throughout the country near Hobart many children were away from home and have not yet returned and their parents feel much unesetnes. A tralnload of cattle were unloaded at Altus an the tracks find bridges are all out on the Orient and the road has Is sued orders reducing speed to two miles an hour over the route. From latest reports to-night the greatest damage seems to have been done in the rural district, with which little or no communication Is yet pos sible. As the tornado proceeded along Its course, travelling from southwest to northeast, It lost none of Its force. From many of the larger " towns In the stricken district relief and doctors arc being hurried to the stricken towns, Altus. Hobart, Lone Woif and sev eral other large towns weie touched on the outskirts by the tornado, other wise the death list and lerlnusly In Jured would likely run to hundreds. Kcven years ago this month Bnyder, which Is about thirty-five miles cast of the storm belt of to-day, lost more than 100 citizens In a tornado. Frank Ben Kink of the I.awton Knptneer Corps, Oklahoma National Guard, to night notified Oov. Lee Bruce of tho ex tent of the tornado and offered the as slstance of his company If needed In UtrV Inatnllliiw Nsrrlftce In .tllnlstcr's Mfe. The Hew Harold M. Hydef, pastor of the First Methodist Kplseopal Church of Buy Shore, L. 1.. died In the Hetiey Hospital In Brooklyn on Thutsdny while an operation on him was lit progress. Mr. Uyder'8 condition became no weak while the surgeons were ill work that It was decided that blood transfusion offered the only remaining chance of life. Volunteers' wen- called for and a young woman nurse In the hospital, IN years old, was selected. She gave all the blood that the doctors dared allow her to give and fainted while she was strapped to the patient. Mr. Ityder died despite the young woninn's attempt to save hltn, mid the nurse Is In bed In the hospttul In n very weak condition. It Is said that It will bo some weeks before she recovers her normal health and strength If nil goes well with her. Mr. Ityder, who was about 3," years old, was tnketi to the hospital on Tues day and the operation was decided upon on Thursday. Dr. Charles II. (Joodrlcb of 280 Park place, Brooklyn, a vt.ilttng Burgeon nt the hospital, was Mr. Ityder's physician and performed the operation. Mr. Ityder's body was taken to his THREE OUTGOING SHIPS HELD UP BY ONE COOK The Brazos, the Cotnimt'lie und the ('(iinnl Late in (letting Away. OII.KU Hit DIDN'T 1,1 KK FOOD I lie and .Man Who Prepared It Two I'll ions Were Involved. HAMILTON FISH, SR., TO WED. I'liKnuetl to He Married tn the Widow nt (instnv AmnlneU. Announcement has been made to their most intimate friends of the engagement of Mis Florence Di'laplalne Amslnck, widow of (lustnv Amslnck, to Hamilton Fish of this eltv. The engagement has been riimotetl sinco the early part of the winter, but mi tn venterd;iv It had been denied I I by thoMi most inteiesied. .urs. AtnincK wns me wkiow oi mn I Huile Deekman when she married Mr. I Amslnck, who had banking Interests here and in Kutope. Her present home it lat sin Fifth avenue Mr. Fish is a son cr the late llamillon Fish, who was j Secietary or Stale under Preiderit Grant, mil bioth'T of Stuyvesant Fish. He is n i wii!ovr and has several children, among I them Mrs. William Iawrenc.e Breese, the ' Mi"ps Janet and Helena Fish and Hamil ton Fish, Jr. Mrs. Amslnck is nn aunt, of Mrs. J. Brueo lsmny, who was Miss Florence SchionVlin und her aunt's namesake. No dale has been mentioned for the wedding. SHIPS SWARMED AROUND TITANIC ... . .. . , ,. . inanaeement a the tlvdo Line, tho Urn ana nnu one son,- iiieonore. lie weiu to Boy Hhore from Baltimore a year A co.! or tli3 Miliary li:nr llr.v.n inuli! an oTort to d'r:i'l lijnmir ye'tor duy afternoon against tho rh.trgiM of nn oiler of the Firemen's t'nioti tint ho did not know how to cool;. Tli'J lal nr;u metil. of men of the so i , coast wise or other wise, is a scrap, und the oiler and tho fireman had it. The cook got the worst of it and the sklpp?r of th-3 Brazos de cided to loavo the fireman Is-hltid. Tl. ft-..tvi,i .inruirit.wl t,i titu itntnn. ntrl ' ' ' ..I. 1 I 1 ' -I- ll I., ml. -1. ion mwler tho snmn " ictwns guinea iro.n mo nu. Some Were in a Position to Rescue Hundreds Who Died. TWO CLOSE AT HAND Tramp Steamer and Schooner Nearer Than Boats Appealed To. ALL SOLDIERS MUST SWIM. Tllinile llUnsler llrlrni" New Hole From War Department. I ASIll.NUlON, .April -i. mmy u- u i ago. lie was planning to make a trip around the world with his family, start Ins early In tho summer. Woman sst xt tn Had Ills Fret on Jacob Lande.ajowellerof 71 Nassau street rushed into the Fifth street poiico slntion ... . i .i a ....).. rt , ,,rt r i..!imtion from his junta here urg- u .'. " Mexicans to join his standard and I mot an oiu menu wot i nau noiseen li m in "iiverthrowinB tho corrupt 'r r" " ' ' 111 I oi ihiown, j-u. i i-nii i KM" juu my friend's naino under the circumstances. I hod a lovely time. Wo spent tho time in lon walks, leathering flowers and just having n lazy time. "It never occurred to me that any one would bo alarmed about my absence or even Rive it a thought. I supposo I was foolish to go away without notifying any one, 1 won't do such a thing again." iioverniwnt, so thnt peace may und ami all property and rcoplo .... id'.-) of intervention on the part v fnr..nu Ciovernment is to me op- " declared Orozco. "It means our t. om or independence, the down f our republic, ns well ns hundreds v ,r.d- of lives sacrificed and hun - f millions or dollars in property ..V. ' v Ariz., April 17. -Tho fate of . unknown to a certainty, but it ,e cd to bo still iii tho hands of the ra - i iiilueniiivstillheldbytherebeH. . .mi- to Southern Paciflo officials decinrwl that fighting had ceased I roptetivo capitals or Teplc and tt'ro communication with Teplc " n.iiKliout the day but the lat ' rri ilieto was that tho Federal i 'i t 'if place had repulsed tho "I '''lied a number of their leaders. i' le. , April 27. -The Mexican " isiiry will bo considerably aug- "d In arrangements completed hero 1 I'V which nen. Iiuia Texrazns, ' "I 'he biggest herds of cattle In , M-H r(.t perm islon from tho rebels ,"r t;,ool head of cuttlo to tho I Sin'.-, on which he will pay an ' dmv to tho rebels of 15 a hoad, " 'ho rebel treasury nearly ISM.im. IUr. Ti , April 27. There are ,," o revolutionary activity in 1 i r i,r Co.ilmlla. Much alarm " during the last three day ' - llio boldness of marauding "i 'lie hill-, about twenty miles "ie Kio drainl". So many head wie stolen mid killed that the '' "ii of the Del Kio region of Texas nn.ineiioed hurrying their herds Mi .xii o anil into Texas. 1 v .ton. Anrll '.'7.. -Tho attention ll iM' was agulii called to-day to TRIED TO BLACKMAIL PEACOCK. Wllllnm slllmer Arrested as lie Ac--pt Bogus .Money Tankage. PlTTHuno, April 2". -William Siilz.ner, alias William I'astorius, is under arrrst charged with attempting to extort So.ono from Alexander Peacock, tho hteel manu facturer, and for sending a bomb to his residmcc, Sillzner says he was born in the coun try, was taken to Germany when 0 years old and was educuted in Heidelberg. He pays he is employed by the Paris Paint Company. Ho is a good looking man 25 years of age All the dead and Injured will be taken aboard a special train nnd sent to Altus. Fort Worth, Tex., April 27. Ileports received here to-night from Childress Tex., say that ten persons were killed In a tornndo which swept over the Texas I'unhnndle late to-iluy. Wires are down and details are lack Ing When the twister struck at Klrkland live employes of the Fort Worth and Denver Hallway, who were sitting In n construction car, were killed and the car wns demolished. Hcvcn cars were blown off the track. other fatalities ore reported at Harold, Claude and llurkburnet. Somo of tho victims are being taken to Fort Worth. At least a hundred houses were wrecked. U. S. SUFFRAGETTE MAY SUE. Miss Wright Itrlletrn Arrest In I.on don Wns lllmal. Amiant, April 27.--Alico Morgan Wright, the Albany girl sontonced to sixty days In tho Holloway Prison in London on tho charge thnt sho was implicatud in the window smashing escapadn of the militant suffragists, Is in Paris with her mother, Mrs, Henry K. Wright of 303 State street, this city. Diplomatic correspondence is hoing exchanged bctwoen tho United States LOST $4,600 IN SUBWAY. Jmrltrr, Satchel. disaster, all brunches of tho military serv Jrna tifivn rl.ir-trtoH tn an In more stronclv 70s, tho Clyde liner Comanche nnd tho for RWimming. Mnllory liner Comal, decided to liack 1 Instructions are being issued by tho up tho aggressive fireman. They said ,W.ir Department for regular swimming the cooks had not been treating any of lessons to bo given to all recruits, login- , them properly anyhow. jnlng May I. Swimming has lieen re- I The Comanche was the onlv ship that ! quired of all enlisted men or tho n ivy and cot nut of dock at the foot of Soring stret .Marine Corps, but horoifter the regula- Whiiiwith iiH her force of eighteen (Ire'iin. tlons or drills and exorcls? will provlttJ ' They refused, however, to work until they received assurance that tho oiler would lio taken hack. ' Sho sailed BUT HAD NO WIRELESS Captain of Mount Temple Tells of C Q D's His Operator Picked Up. MEN JIKLI) IX WASHINGTON Soniiion Tlt'lnte Their Last View of Noted Persons Lost With Liner. for recular swimming by every offlcsr and man nt sei. Wasiiinctox. April 27. -That the Ti tanic sank while literally surrounded by ships, sevsral of which wore within ft sncaimo.neriiu.su, ponco """, promptly nt 1 P. M. nnd got as far as rly yesterday afternoon to report that jiU,rv Tho bU!.,1)0P toM of some person in a subway train had just robbed him of a satchel containing Jt.coo worth of valuables. I.ande was uncertain whether it was a man or a woman because tho only person in tho car to attract his notice was a woman who had sat down by him. A special policeman at fourteenth street rememtiered, howover, that he had seen n man get off the train carrying a satchel hko tho one described and tho police are waiting for tho stuff to reach the pawnshops. I.ando said he left his shop about I o'clock carryinghls satchel which was filled with watches, rings, bracelet and unset, diamonds. He got into n northbound express train and in a car which carried only a few passengers. There were va cant spaces on both sides of him. He placed the satchel down lietween his feet and wound them tightly around it. Then he turned to his evening paper. He wax willing to swear that he never unlocked hia feet and ha ia almost positive, tin they never went to sleep. All he knows Is that when a woman got on at i-our- teenth street he moved slightly and his shoes closed more tightly on thin air. Lieut. Monahan, in charge of tho de tective bureau at Fifth street, sent out a description of the valuables and told I.nnde to go to his homo at 1170 Wilkins avenue. The Bronx, and wait. GIRL CANNOT HAVE WARSHIP. While soldiers have no duty at sei, It has ! . ... . . ...... .i i... ' , neen cicciuea us aavisioio urn uray w taught to swim in cas of accident whilo his plight by wireless tin head of the Clyde Unw to straighten out tho trouble ski!iH)r told or tauglit lo swim in cas oi acciaeni wnno i -d II. H. Raymond, travelling onnhlp or for rnilitnry purposes ""nnltte or , got busy trying ' in getting across streams in field action. ' heard to-day. forcibly upon the special investigating tho Senate in testimony The At lantic Coast Seamen's t'nion, which Iri-i general control of tho subsidiary unions of coaMwisp so.iworkers, aNo got In tho game, basing a contract with tho line to furnish firemen who would sti?k The firemen of the Brazos and tho Comal deserted their ships at the pier and stood by awaiting th" result of negotiations l)etwi"eii the representatives of the unions and Mr. Haymotid. who had volunteered to arbitrate the trouble. A tug with Marino Sup-'rintendMit llickwoll of tho Clyde I.lno went down to the Comanche, whos? firemen had an independent grievance against a cook on their ship, nnd there was an earnest tall; between the union representatives, .Mr. Hoekwell. the skipper of the ship and tho aggrieved firemen. Mr. Raymond wanted to get tho three boats away, with their passengers and rigl)t,.oud'Jiually(clid aftr they bad been neia up more man lour Hours. The Comanche, bound for Charleston, was the first ship out. All pushed the Hook southbound after dark The oiler was taken back ponding investigation of tho case against the cook. The cooks' union will make an effort to adjust its troubles with the firemen's union meanwhile. The police wen- also invited to tako part in the cQok-flrcmen vontrovery, and Acting Captain .lohn Dwyer sent COURT WON'T RUN SALOON. .Indue t'nrpentrr llefurrn to Let He eelver Apply tor License. Capt. James II. Moore of the Canadian t Pacific steamship Mount Temple pre , sentcd n vivid picture of what was hap jpening whilo the Titanio was Mnking by rending n series of wireless calls for CiilfAOO. April 27 United Stntes , help that were flashed out by tho Titanio Judge Carpenter refused to-dr.y to on- afir ner first UQ D call. rtllcl ft saloon unoer ilia jiirismiiiim i i the Federal court Receivers for the W. H. Schimpferman Company, 179 West Monroe street, in Imnkruptcy. mr.de application to the court for permission i for a renewal or the city li'pior license, i "Let it I understood listht now." said Tudgo Carpenter, "the this court will not i conduct u saloon business." "The liconss is the most valuable asset or th-j company," prot?sl?d Attorney Uigby "lr the llcens"! is renewoil it will have The captain's testimony showed that the Titanic was in communication with four steamships immediately after she struck the iceberg, and that two other ships, a tramp steamship and a schooner, were nearer the Titanic than the four ship which responded to the call for help. Frederick Clruy. u saloon steward, told of a dinner party on tho Titanic the night she struck, nearly all tho guests at whtnti v.rn Inat. Tl'tt Whlenets ffAl-A to to .lane hjr an olllw thrt . md dhwer ind the company included it must l"e understood that the court will, ..... ..... .Mr. nnn inrs. uoorgo it. vtiacner, air. and Mrs. William S. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. not sanction that IADIES, PLEASE BE TIDY. Jlr. I'.rinnrils Won't Tnlrrntr Mreets Mrrilil With I'nper. .Miss Caroline l.e.NOW. the executive oeretnry of the Women's rolltlcal I'nlon. wrote to Street Cleaning Com missioner Kdwnrds asking .that the line nose rilnnof Must Swim nnglUh "4 ' ' ' ,u,i,t . ' . I to Mti uiai mi: cij'jKfl iuiu nit mt'iii'-ii lliannei w unooi I. iohtoj. , )plmvml themselves. The not needed. The lirnos is bound for Galveston, the Comanche tn Ch.-Hof.ton and Jnckscnvillo nnd the Comal lo Key West, Tampa anil Mobile. Wahhin'otos, April 27. -Although the Kavy Department appreciates tho patriot Ism of Miss Rose Pitonof of Boston, the girl swimmer, in determining to wear n bathing costume of tho American colors in her swim ucrosH the Knglish Channel, the Department has decided that it cannot well assign a warship as convoy to the swimmer. Acting Secretary Winthrop gave this answer to-day in a letter to Representa tive James M. MeCurley of Boston, who wroto that Miss PhonoCs representative had appealed to him to obtain one Sergt. Mullmll with n siund or nautical 1 of match bo kept In good shape on, May t, the day of tho suffrage parade. Mr. Kdwnrds replied yesterday that hoi police were j would be glad to do this, but ho tacked this paragraph to his letter: j "1 ask thnt you notify all those who j nro to participate In the parade to re frain from throwing any papers or clr ciilais of any kind on the street. At ! Inut yenr's parade a Kreat many printed Icliculats of nil kinds were distributed 1 and thrown by the unthinking public upon the city streets, causing a very untidy condition, i shall watch this very closely and shall have the hearty cooperation of the Police Department In seeing that thla order In thoroughly enr- STAGE STOKERS ON STRIKE that ten supers employed to represent stokers in tho play, "The fJrnyhound," I Ten Mi per Kicked l-'nmi Astor Then tre After Mopplnur the l'ln' I ntll il. The curtain nt the .stor Theatre did not rise until n o'clock last night. The ! management said the reason was ,M i.i . . more warships for tho purpose. Miss Pitonof, ho explained, is supposed to be the champion female swimmer of the world, she having swum from the Charles town Bridge to Boston Light and from n point on tho Kast River to Conoy Island. She is descrilied as scarcely more tluui 17 years of ago, daring nnd thomo-it grace ful swimmer in tho world. Accordingly ho asked that a torpedo boat or destroyer or two, or n small liattloshtp, ! assigned J. B. Thayer. Harry Widencr, Jr., and Major A. W. Butt. Alfred Crawford, another steward, re peated the words ho heard Mrs. Isidor j it raus say to her husband us she stepped out of the lifeboat she had entered to ' rejoin her husband on the deck. "Wu'vj been together all these years; where you go, I go," t-he said. Another steward told of getting Ben jamin Guggenheim on deck. At the end of the day's sessions all tho members of tho crow, brought to Wash ington had lieen examined, Senator Smith announced, howover, that none would lo allowed to return to Kngkuid for the present. J. Bruco Ismiy, who has been held here a week without going on tho stand, i- likewise remaining in Washington. rled out Cap t. James H. Moore of tho Canadian , ,. .. . rr. . J struck for morn py. HxiKr. o A txrAU unn,J.Xin unwu. memo jiner Mount lempm wiu cuuea U.winr .Intuitu I. ItnfVr,t li-wl f.itii " UH II WVIH" Ut'VUUW l " H' lr uiav t """"" '' riul " i . a.. ! nt I. i.l I.. tti . il T!a ! down to the Clvdo Line nier In He., i,U , '"""" " """ "" ' " nis vessel was wuruu sigm 01 uie illumes ' ...... ... ... II I.l I... U.tA l.t.. wA f, U. IT f.r !' , ii nn, -,w ,IaI,,v...I .Siinilnv to llrllUllll irmiim llieuoilis. Iiu win at the liter bv the trouble amonc the' i ...,, t.i Alhertn. Anrll 27. To rc- ynrs sea etperience, twenty-seven bpent r..,- f ii,,. .ii,i, wii.m ti. i,i. fitiniiv .1... ,., n.u, . ..i.ni.ii..iin ,.f l.nttpr In tho NortJi Atlantic. 1?t under w:iv nn.l M.-.na.rer Hi.fnrd '.,.. c uLo.lv. .l.slrnved l.v tiro "Whero were you and your vessel on .., i.m, ,u.. ii,.,ir i. c, i ,i.i ., : i, .' win 1.iv.,.l.Sunday,Aprilll?"askcdSenator.S:nilh. audience getting impatient ami the cur- lird'lhe fund all the i-kkh laid by. "A . '-. ' M!,nAn:. '" AP' . ring the stage .,uT,r hens on the Sabbath day. It is ' ; " V .-t . . ax , W!i.... .,, ai.il Wl'M, ;L J;u'i l yuan finminiw CAPT. MOORE TESTIFIES. I tain still down. Orde '..,.. .., .! i .1.... 1 hands to hustle into tho supers' iiepreheiimuvo .uci. nrn-y es iiiuiieii uiai , . - the British and French Government-. ' Manager Union! had tho curtain rung up renll.-d by harvest time to rebuild the havo provided warshlna to convoy a-ro- t an siarien .no iia . i. structure On Thursday night Sillzner sent a lioy , ftml 0reat Britain and out of tho incident m in.', hmeiits of Japanese In- ii .Mexican territory In the vl- M..;d,itenii Bav. Uopresenta- to Peacock s House wttn a letter letting him to glvo tho boy the package contain ing 15,000, Chief of Detectives Hanley was notified and detectives were put on the boy's trail with n bogus package, Sillzner used three different boys before ho himself received the picktigo last night nt Sandy Creek Bridge on the Verona street car line, where h was arrested, Sllliner had the Hecond boy leave tho puckago at tho Hotel Schenley and sent the third boy for It from Wi.Ulnsburg. solving the Volklrss F.m WasminiiTos', N. J Airll :7. William C. Christine, a rurrier on nno of tho rural routes out of Washington, puts In Ills spurs ilme railing 1-liii'kfiin, and lie lalnn lo have linker of California hittu- ! developed a lien that lays y.olklms ernts, ."iliitlun calllna en tln l'resl- cnrUtlar says tli mm 11117 ii" nan a noten tux mt to the House nil In- I ".. M . H i .losf-esslnn of the Gov inn' ti the purchases of ' 'nlena Bav by Japanese1 . .. ... n . . .. . nntlng of lumber cqneetslone And drink the tfi Amien wines' It. T. DKWT.V 4 SO.NS CO., ISS I ullon til., N, V, It Is liU niiibltion lo . h.i j ph- '-olKlei etcK t lakeri and . ater.-is lor u ' 111 a no ' nt riBhts In the vicinity cf Ba n 1 Jdpancie company. -Ait. may grow an international suit for dam ages, It was claimed by Miss Wright that she was innocent of any Illegal action; that as sho had committed no crime sho should not bo arrested or imprison') I. Her arrest was brought about, said Mr. Wright to-day, by tho fact that ono or the mora exchnblo members of tho sut fragetto band cttllod to tho police: "Coinn on: arrrtt us all!' and Mis Wiight was taken in with tho rout. Arraigned in court, he says, sho neither nleadrd guilty nor not utility, and was Prohlrm, I not represented by counsel nnd was tin- laminar witu uio ruies 01 ino covin, ine women woro sentenced on bloc. Her parents were in Florida, but on their arrival homo Mr, Wright got in communi cation with Washington and Mrs. Wright started for Knglnnd. According to Mr, Wright, a representative of tho hngllah coan asHCd nis iiatigiiior to sign an am .lav 11 so vt 1 of tho rrl beha.e in future, In return she was tn lie allowed to leave prison. Hha abso lutely refused to do this and decided to serve out her sentsnoSk pianos across the Channel and ho thought swimming was juntas important as flying. F.nglish nnd French manufacturers hud tendered the iisg of palatial ya-jhts, ex pecting advertising. "But sho would havo nono of it," it is said. Miss Pitonof proposes to mako tho swim in July. FIND ON MARTINE ESTATE. Can Conlnlnlnir SI.OOII I'nrnrtheri hy a um nn.l an Italian, Pt.At.s-i'lKl.n, April 27. Two laborers employed in road on-lruotlon on Senator Marline's place yosteiday afternoon un earthed a tin can containing fl.iDi in greenbacks. Tho bills were of old isue and were wrapped in n newspaper dated May 8, lBtt'i. Senator Martino is not at homo. The laborers, William Meyers, a colored man,' and Pasipinel Gelato said nothing about their find at tho time, according toi Mr. Burko or tho firm or Mobus A Burke, I tno lontrnctors in i-hurge or tho work on the estate, but Mr. Burko decani') in- The supers hung around and in tho first intermission the management got tho theatre staff together and kicked tho strikers out of tho stage door into tho street. INVENTOR MALLOY'S LUCK. Well filed ir lie IIiisii'I Killed Him self lleciitiM. Won. lei. I,fr UroUr. . . ..... . t i" " ....... ari.AMi.-. in,..j .April 2.. 1 nanes , 0,ci.n ,)f Mal'oy, an inventor, who had spent nearly ,nVentlon at DELAWARE'S SIX FOR WILSON. I'rlnmr.v I'm nr the tiornior( hnt There'll Me Inatrnctlnn. Wll.MIMlToN, Del., April 27. Tho six delegates from Delaware to the national Democratic convention will favor Wil Min. but will bo unlnstructed. I This wan tho result of tho primaries held to-day throughout the Mtate ror delegated to Dover next the Stute Tuesday. all 111s money anil nan sold jus psti hum- , .. ,ltt.mf,. whiP favorable to the ness here lo piinh n device from which 1 Nl,w . a.ivernor. tentatively at ho expor-tod a fortune, has ben tinkering , nMi , u ,,(tf(.ut for h chief sup- iiorter In Delaware, Wlllard Haulsbury, 1 national committeeman. The hitler I wanted tho delegates Instructed for Wll- tereared. ho said to-day. when they began j , , , ,f , passing about bills yellow with ago nnd !;f ci.HKM.y." U wld. his wooden leg to mako it last until ho got 1 money for his patent. Ho told his wife on several occasions that if the badly worn urtiticial limb over broko down in public ho would kill himseir for slianio. Ho left Mrs Malloy hero on Tuesday last and w"iit to Philadelphia. On Thurs day he wlr-'di "Ilav" broke down. Letter rollows." Tho h'ttt-r, which arrived this morning, I told Mr.-:, Malloy that her husband had ' necui.n 111 carry 0111 ms luicuiiou 01 Kill-1 , ,, othing more to 1 won. The principal battle was In Kent county, between tho Wilson and Champ Clui U forces. This fight was also marked by a family contest between Wlllard Saulsbury nnd hl.s cousin, John V. Saulsbury of Dover, n Clark leader. 1 The former Saulsbury had the uetter Mrs. Malloy Immediately hoarded an I j express fof- Philadelphia. Her husband 1 IOWA IN THE CLARK COLUMN. UAUV'C T7ATT. TTUnM TUATW I , " . J "' "'""""". sprnUrr IIms .Mnjorlty of Urlrvates aiiw. w tj ........ 1 nnd given-nor no autiro.is, so sue wont .... .. .... . . . 1 ton lawyer with whom ho had done busl- to Slnte (...uventlon. s,.r..or ll.ro.iith w In.l.nv .....I W " I mHl) in y days of his patent. Tho1 Des MoINi:h, lowii. April 27,-Kour IMi'ke.l I'p but Mttle Hurt. ; nWyer know nothing cf her huhbnnd'H (county conventions held to-dny put Iowa I.AMliKlirvit.Li:. N. .1.. April :'7, Ken-1 whereabouts, but told her that ho had, Into th" Champ Clark column In the moth Weiss, years old, roll rrom the received an offer of Jto.oun for tho patent. 1 national Democratic convention, for wiudow of a swiftly moving train hero After her vain search in Philadelphia 1 they Increased the Clark delegates to to-day and sooms to huvo been but slightly, Mrs. Malloy called upon Chief or Police tho Stnte convention, to .133, which Is hurt. Tho train was slopped and tho Woodruff on her return hero this after- more than a majority. Couse.iuently child was picked up. A superficial ox- noon and asked his assistance In locating nil the Iowa delegates will bo Instructed umluation showed that its head who cut. her husband, ti lling tho elder or tho gore! I fur Clark, Tho child was taken on lo tho hospital 1 fortune that might h.i allcred MuUoy'k ' cinrk controls the Klrnt. Fifth, Sixth, .1 I'mirm. Tb nnr..ot of tho voinia. ' determlnat loll to end his Hf.. When lu. ' Klgllth and Ninth districts. Wilson din ting forth that she was guilty ' Mer are Mr. and Mrs. II. Weiss of 'I ronton. J ,a..d.,l her husband's l,.,.grn, to Wood-1 ' 1 !:!H ''l!,,,. " ' r' ' 'Vbe'KoliS- i, and ' TeSt'li in... rhrwt snd nrn.,.t.Inf im 'I her wero on the r wav from thnt ft tv ... 1... ....! 1 1 I""1 Ploliiilil get till" loilltll nnd renin. V . ' - - !..... .. ( -j ..... li-.i 1. .u- I'l l ii" iniii i. inn. iii-n,. , 'isinea'.nopn Somebj 'W IW ho have an autn?" ouislde attracted his attention and he . no, said Mrs. Malloy, weeping, sprang up and pitched out. "He meant his wooden leg." WATCH llll. I. IHIIHK. WATCH II II. I., R.I. Open ritrly In Junf. i:rry room lil. walrr tlew. A. i:. flick, IIU D's)', TtL Mad. 84. till. with 11 mefsnge from tho Marconi operator, it said tho Titanic was sending out CQ 1) message-", mentioning Icebergs." "Did you reply?" "No; the operator made a nots saying 'Ho cannot hear me,' I changed ray ship's course toward tho position given. I told my chief engineer to mako all speed." "How far did you estimate the Titanio was from your vessel?" asked Senator Smltn. "I received another position,'' said ('apt. Moore. "Sho was about forty-nine miles away. The now position was ten miles further east than tho first. At I o'clock we began to meet tho ico and I doubled the outlook. At 3:25 wo were stopped by ice, when about fourteen miles from tho Titanic. It was dark then. Slahtrd m nrhoni.fr, "Before that I met a schooner, a small craft , nnd had to got out of her way. She was coming from tho direction of the Titanio." Senator Smith said he had been Informed that n derelict schooner was on the sea that night. Capt. Moore said he was positive the schooner ho saw had a light. "I heard the foghorn on this schooner and suddenly her lights went out," he said, "It was shortly after 3 o'clock. I stopped engines and then put my ship on her course again. The schooner could not have been moving fast, sir; I should say about two knots an hour. " Capt. Mooro said tho "ghost ship seen by tho Tltanic's survivors may havo been n tramp steamship ho saw west bound . He said tho t ramp had no wireless and was a foreign ship of 5,000 tons. "I saw the tramp ufter 0 o'clock that morning, She followed me after I turned around because of tho lieavy ico, I first saw her ubout 5 in the morning, I had 110 tcirnuinicutlon with tho vessel. It had a black funnel with some device in tho band, "After stopping my engine at 3:'J5 f went uhead slowly, urrlving very close to the Tltanio's position about 4:30 in the morning, I saw no oihar yssssl but Mis',