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Pair and warmer to-day; fair to-morrow; southwest winds. Detailed weather rc;orts will be found on pRe II. Ult. VOL. LXX1X. NO. 360. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1912. CovyrigUt, 1912, bU the Sim Printing PubUiMng As.ociatton. 62 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. . a Ptw ti PRESIDENT SIGNS IHE CANAL BILL , , I w-i coked yostordiv afternoon. Tho ma- AiiMscrs Objections That It'ohim, i.uui. ti,-luritan itivor and1 .... . till ill Jill rtrjtlmlilKtf uftvuii iwntri limn Violates Treaty With England. nit iv U'll T IIJ rVPliVP I . i ! Tall Contends Congress lias K, - Right to Lot L. S. Ships I'nss Free. PKAInKS mkasuke highly M,t I'.enefieial Ever Passed by Vny Coiifrrpss. Ho Declares. I O.I . Aug :l. - President Taft Itneil i" IMimma Canal bill to-night. This moans that the question of free Muerlcon coastwise ships will hr protested by tlreat Hrltaln and that ,i,r cae will be carried to The Hague. P mean- also that the Southern Pacific Kniirofid will have to nbandon Its plan tr .suiDllsh a J22.000.000 line of boata from New York to the Orient nnd that t'ie New York. New Haven nnd Hart ford' and other railroad lines will be eWlned t" divest themselves of their suanifhlp holdings. The President gives it as his opinion ,hi the bill does not violate the treaty 1 with (irrat imiHin ana nun n if um of the nioht beneficial measures that hae pa3ed this or any other Congress. TV president handed out n long memo randum explaining his action on the bill II' re It Is In pint: In ienins the Panama Canal bill I wih to leave thl memorandum: The bill is Hf.n.itabU drawn for the purpose of secur ln Hi" proper maintenance, operation and .nmrol of the canal and the government .. i .e i-iim. .on a. .. ior : ' , m ill e p.itron1-of the Html, tliroinjh the , r, ,( ..fih.reuiiiHitodoeUlncfaflll-! no. nnd the -apply of coal and other ship-. pin Mpe-iin- I- ,-. ih.nl iiel neressary to hse the bill pn,i n' Hn ie-lnii in order that the j neat "I 'he world engaged in the prcpnra i ,n ii l'u- to u-e the i nnnl may know in ..unci'" li eoiiditioiis under hlih the ir.iH. iio l' crried on through this nuter- w ' I vi. it roiirider the obiwlions to the H I thf order of their Important I ir' 'h 1)111 H objected to beeulH" It w 'l,;:,:'? he'; nitl . i.V XwingThM r IU l.ail be barged to e,els eiisaired i ha' trade, passing throuch the 'anal. T -is the hiibject of u protest by the Hritlvh i ,.. ..ni'neiit. liritlih protest involves the right of ii oiiirreHHof the I nltedstrttet to regulate i', ...lmi'Htio anil roreign (oniinerce m kucii i inner i-, to the Congress mar seem wise, ' and -,.. Iflcally the protest challenges the , .'"Pino . fmmXy nerfnto WMeXr .eriniii ship the tolls which they may I hi - imiiI. and this without regard to the i ir.l. .n uhleli such ships are employed. K iier ..ast ie or forelen. rue i.miest mates "the proposal to e.t rmp' ai. merieaii shipping from the pay niej, i ii lolls uotild, In tho opinion of . Mj hi'm (lovernment. involra an ln M Huii of Hie treaty (Hay-Pauncefotol, is Mieie. in their opinion, any difference , ,.,,. ...i, ..een V'V'm r!! wV0 a.t .'..in.iud remitting tolls altogether.! . , it, sum. in ell her ease mid ! Is the same in either case mid .ulniiMiiu of the alternative method of id aiding lolls in preference to remitting rem ini ierli.ipH complying with tho i ..r t.- ireatv, would still controvert i's spiri' i ,. prnrisiun of Hi Hny-Paiineefote re . iiit-nh'ed i contained in Article III., I. ' 'i nroMdes. "ln t iiitisl States adop's u the bi'is ' ' neutralization ot such ship canal the ' . utij; rals. siihstant tally as embodied . mention of Coiistantinoiile, signed . i it iiiu. r, ps, for the free niiig ,nn ..f i h" Snw t'anal, that Is to say " I'.i i anal shall he fiee and open to r. .s.i.s of commerce and war of nil A it oSsorvnt; these rules, on lernis of tm iidiM, so that there shall be no . 'i - i ...on airauist any such nation or n . s ,.r stlbleits. in lelpeetof the m J. r.- or charges of traffic or other- s i. ii i oini it ions and i hurges of -ii II ust anil equitnble." t I'liiou five oilier rules to he oh- I A'' I ' i utile' nations lo make netitrnhii '.. iv the observant.) of which 1 1 1 i nun lot iinviirK" in iisnii; i lie l Hie ., i that the Panama Canal instituted by 'h 1 'nited States , , t... ,,,,,,.! upon territory ce 1 1 the prima do, n... arrived here to-day -.M..h,...ri,.Hmafo.-,hatja1,;;.iirunderg,; strict treatment by 1 1 1 . 1 that unless it has lestrlcted "f i tm Imttd Slates enjoys absolute ft" .,1 ii 1 i.i-. Inn and control. Inehidinir i" mM in ,ilto v its own commerce the use "f tlie canai uiinu i-in h teims us It sees lit, 'he ole question I-. Ii.i-t the I'nited States 'I- liiidiuge ahove -muted from tho "m - ii.aii eiute treaty deprived itself or ie .trp in- or Hie unlit to pas-l Its own mie-.. t,,.,. r io icmlt tolls collectifil for ti i . ,,t ( I,, i , :ii,i,l I I. nn l i h iih-erM'tl that the rules specified 1 .V. ', "' Ir''aly '"1""lt'(l "i- -imies ior ii niec.iui purpose, imnieii .!. basis ot the neutralization .V '' ' fr no other pur, nsnr , , ., tii-darutlon of oolicv hv the a - i s itev that the canal shall tin neutral - ' . .. h' tiieiutiiiiii,. of this Government town ids he - i.m mer. I-of the world is that all nations lnl! I,.- in-ai-d alike nnd no discrimination mode I,, it,,, i nitcd Htattts against any one I l, ,.V .1... ...I l. . .... e.imi nn.) ii, piiualuy of treatment hi Its use. ilei'i'tnl. upon tliei observant e ol the con ii'inti. nt lie ,y the natlnus to whom wn ev'en.i. iti nr.Mlei-e The privileges of all ii ' i'in- ..i whom wo extended tho use, upon .s r.h-er.in. i- of these conditions were lo " "...il in Hint extended lo any one ol . ..i-vn nun-!, oiu-erved tho condition. In i i tie " ",i'' c,"""""nal fnvored ..ii. r-i.n.i-nt, the measure of whh h. " """""'lice ot express stlimlatlon to Hut fe-' is not what thn country gives lo Its wn niplniuU hut the treatment it extends to other imtlor-s. rtit . it i,lui ).,. tll.a ftro llJt (l ' Sl- i f l.i-,l.,lmitimi Inti-iiilnil In ..flel w.ii',,'.''!!" "yi i1'".1' 1 nl,mJ H,,1,,'H WH". ' ' sli-, in i, iH , hnraet.-r of the canal Conllnio on Third Page. AIRSHIP FALLS INTO RARITAN. II. .1. Collier's Aviator anil I'antrl. urr I'ni.n.l SiTlimiitnn. One man was soverMy Injured and another badly bruised ami rut when a hydroaeroplane In which thny woro return-, inglrom Kcnnslmrg tolled Hunk, N.J., was . from being killed One ol the men in in th Monmouth t (Memorial Hospital, whom It Is wild hoi ! J ! Internally injured. Tho other occ"l"'t "f thn machine, although bruised wits attended by a physician and I went to his home In the machine weie James Hubbard, a ,rage own,,r 0r iti Hank, and o. o. ciltntiioiis, employed us an aviator by llolx'rl .1. Collier, whoso country estate is at Wiekatunk, N. J Hubbard, who is in the hospital, hurt a Kid gash in tho head, his right ear is nearly torn ofT and ho also suffers from minor injuries, possibly in ternal. Simmons escaped with scratches and cuts about the head, fine and body. "kenm TDTOM ",d Simmons had been giving exhibitions at the Kennshurg Carnival for tho last few days. To-day he etopid ut Hod, Hank on his way to KeansburK and tool: Mr. Hubbard in as a inihocnKor They1 ,,,... , ',, , .,,, ...,i,:i , tho baby purudo ot that place. Then ttwy started on their return trip. . L-.ik.ii, tii iiiiiiunuui). ill puimj uiivi noikimu Tho machine was about 500 feet in the air when tho propeller shaft got out of gear and tho machine started to drop iaiivii. oiiuiiiuilSi PUUt VII kiiu niKiiio and, making a ipiick turn, volplanod, landing in Ha r it an Bay. Tho two men succeeded in disentangling themselves and were swimming when members of the Kcansburg life saving station hurried out to their assistance and rescued them. Tho wrecked machine will bo taken : from the bottom of the bay. Simmons believes it can bo repaired. OLIPHANTS YACHT ON FIRE. Hunt nrnehril and Pr of Tnrlir Ilracard Cnlmrniril. ! u. j ti v.i.hi i , . ., .. ,,0 . , v ' night the first news of the probable ar (heemaun. with Its owner. J. .Non Is , Qyp hy Ollphant of New York, Mrs. ollphant , ,1(,bccki when Mr. Hurns was told that and a patty of twelve nboard. took fire District Attorney Whitman had tele near St. Lawrence Park thU afternoon, ... , , To save her the boat was beached on the rocks opposite the resort. None ol me passengers were injured, al though some of the women were badly frightened, Tin. Pheeinnun was ernUinir from ' Mr. Ollphant's summer home toward ' Clayton when lire was discovered. In the engine room. The captain signalled for the boat to be stopped, but the heat was so Intense that the mechn- nlclan was unable to reach the engine, rt. ...t n i 1 t t .t I e ftnmes were extinguished. The ! engine room was wrecked The lest of Uhe boat was little damaged. . A regatta was in progren and the docks were lined with spectators. A score of boats put out to the assistance ( th. cheemaun. Sirs. C. It. Iteming- (on sent out n boat laden with tire flRhtng apparatus, but the tire was cxtllls.u!ljh,.d ,M,ror n nrrlv,.,i. , Tbf' 'Vom"n u"re tak"" to lhp unM. , "I !:rne8t Ulll,!,am- "f S'-m-I nm' J NEWPORT TO BE CLEANEST CITY. .linn Wliu iimloelril Survrr MaLri , n Pretllellnii. ' . ., , . ' . .,, NKwrour Aug 24. -".Newport w.il yet lie one ot l ie cieunesi cities in the . 'evidence, who had charge of the . . " ,.,...k. "ur0 maile Here lasi )ear. Jn spe.iK- l.nlted States." said Carol Aronorlci of Ing to-day of the new Law Enforcement ! League that bus been formed here. I with C. W. Gould of New York as secre- ' tary. Mr. Aronorlci said: "The credit for the Improvement will be due to such men and women ns are 1.41.1 nf tV.,, I n u l.?nrrriininn! I.tifiuiiu I anil survey committee. I have re- 1 ported conditions which I have found. Tills was my work. The Incidental clean- , with me rve got nun iockou up at .tin up was not the main feature of the ford now For heaven's sake tell the Now work of my bureau. Now the work of ; York police about it und ask them to send constructive reform must follow, and I ' dttectives right awayl" have every reason to believe thut It' will follow. "This organisation will get results. Putting it up lo the Mayor Is not a new Idea, hut the method to be pursued will strike the Mayor ns rather new and effective." GERALDINE FARRAR ILL. u,.HeUrt Monleli lo I n.lergo I'rrnl- nirnl for I'lonin Ine I'olaoolilK. Spteuil i-uhlr ImiMtek lo Tnr. .St. MfNicii, Aug. 24.-GcraIdlne Farrar, u specialist. i She Is suffering from the effects of ptomaine poisoning sustained several yours ago. SHOOTS GIRL WHO JILTED HIM. ouiik Man Then (lro.)l tulelile mi n lllirlfolil Slreel, llAHIIOIIU, Conn. Aug. 24 Joseph i Cathold lay in ambush on Windsor avenue i . . .i....... i.i., i--. ""'' """" . . yours old. who had rojeo ed tils suit antt had uven warned mo pouco last nuiu.u) . that sho toured CHtnniu mignt muito goisl his throats to get. even with her for humiliating him. Hundreds of people saw the young man fire point blank. The girl fell at the on himself. At St Francis Hospital to night the physicians believed he would die from n wound near his heart Tho girl will recover At the time sho wasfshot sne was wulk ing In front of a fire engine house and her father was column down Windsor avenue. i duo yards behind hor. Tho firemen ' li,,, at, I nnil trl.wl t. ,r,,..ii t I cathold firing tho second bullet Into his I own bodv. linmlilliiK ( lenillip In I'orluiial. special Cubit Det patch to Tnr. Sun I'.AtiAJo., Aug, 24.- The authorities raided a gambling den at Chaves, Pur tugal. Chaves Is crowded with smug- ; Klor8 nml handlttl. Porty-lhree urrests wer(( nm(lfi Htim ,,,., $32,r,ii0) Jin money Bolsced. GYP THE BLOOD REPORTED CAUGHT pike Countv, Pa.. Slioriir Keens Prisoner for .-v . .. UCtCCUVCS. . BURNS ON WAV THICK E Whitman Telephones Order to Send Sleuths on First Train. BECKKR'S STOCK T HA 1I NO PolltlHaii Says Lieutenant .Made .Money Tlint Way. l)llt Latter ' iv,.,., TIL- M (111 I llllh. , ,, . . , . , .... ...... ... Hlieiirf I uddebeck of I'lUe county, in northeastern coinerof Pennsylvania, 'ttskudTiiKSCNoverthelonROistancolete - phone Ia9t night to tellthepoHcohere that ho has in his custody a younr; man who, he ,)eUvpi iH nrrv Horowitz, alias Gyp the Hlootl. wanted as ono of the hlayeis of Herman Rosenthal. "I picked up the man near Oroeley, Pike county, this uftertioon," haid the Sheriff. 'When I arrested him he would not admit to mo who he was, but ho de- j nies he is Oyp the Illood. Ho answer to the police description of Gyp. and 1 think I have tho right man. rieuse. pleadctt the siierin. wno seenieu 10 no much stirred up with excitement, "novo some ono In Tim Si's offlco tell tho New Vnrt i.ilin. iihool the arrest right nwaV 'and tell them to send detectives on right quick to identify the man." Detective William .1. Burns received fmm a reporter nt n late hour last phoned this paper from Manchester, Vt., requesting that he be assisted In his efforts to get In touch with Mr. Hums, lie at once announced that he would go to Plko county himself. 'I shall start for Pike county right away," Mr. Hums said. I will nave a talk over the telephone with Sheriff Cuddeheck nnd then will cutch the tlrst train to-night." Police headquarters took sufficient In- terest in the news offered to them to say that the detective bureau would try to t.j.t In nrmimtinlnitttnn with RhnrlrY Clld- before midnight headquarters detectives reported that they had tried to talk with Sheriff Ouddobecl:. hut that the tele- phone connection wus so poor that they could not understand him. They decided to wait for telegraph Information from tb-' Sheriff before taking Immediate uctlon. Sheriff Cuddebeck's leuMin for making ,,, arrprtl ,,u wu 1H,LS(. f the clone r.-semblai.co of tho prisoner to it published photographs and dcscplion- of Gyp the ltlood. The Pike county offlciul was seemingly too excitisl to go into much detuil of the ui rest Ho said that wheu he had come .u ross the man near Greeley he had immediately grabU'd him and had hurried with his prisoner lo Uickawaxen, Pa., where he . llwaltillK ,lim ad his : , v. ... .. ... , tii-iarn.i ui-iTti., rie frntii Nsw link who ' w,a,i ,t" "1,,,,'ify the man. Much or the .Sheriff's excitement lust night seemed to . , ... ... ..... ... ... , ' . . .. .. , - ' uuo " , " IJiokawaxen those who he had lliought would l ready to make the ideittitlcaiion fu'h'd to ap.-ar TnLc. Primmer to Mllfunl. "When nobodv showeii U) ut Licka wuxen to identify my prisoner, the Sheriff telephoned, "I took the man to Milford As soon as Sheriff Cuddebeck's loquest hail been attended to District Attorney Whitman was called up by long distance telephone at MunchoMer, t , and told of the arrest soon n rf lit: cation witli Burns Dotec directions ' to Milford on the llrst train The District Attorney usUed that a ; message bo delivered to Mr. Hurns'i t t,,nti nn aid toward Mr Whitmun's ef- I . OTlItin im,,,.,,!.,,.., action lecuve . v .1 .am - ...... s us M , d "'I0'?.? Detective . William J Hums wus then land expiobsed his pleasure over the news He hud liecti prouiri!ig to go to bed, but his immediate activity gave evidence that the news of the arrest im - pressed him much mom thnn any of the many previous stories about arrests of possible sus('cts in the ttosenthnl case that have come to town from time to time, Wlilliuati Talk In tgeiie. Word that Mr. Hums wus taking im- mUnKtiato uciiou wus ineii-ui medinto action was thereupon sent to .,.., Whitman. A short A , &,.,. AttonlHV .!,. 7 n.... u v.... i . ...... t.. i j.mu-i ir iH ci v i mill lit; i uu nil til 1 1 nhoned this city that he hud finally reached the Hums agency by telephone. The news of the possible) arrest or (iyp the Wood came to Tub Hun from Sheriff Cuddeheck following a persistent rumor throughout the early port of yesterday that the slayer and Mime of his friends .no neighborhood of Greedy and were in Lackawaxon. Tho stories coining yesterday from Plkecountyhad it that Gyp Hie Blood had been located there hy one Jack Htolton, a Tenderloin character, who is said to have seen the man near Luckawuxen last Sunday A girl whose only known name Is Freda was said yesterday to have joined Oyp the Illood in Piko county. Tho Btory was that she wrote to Rtolton two weeks ago asking him to go to Lucku- t ti CI -.11 1.. A... I waxen to Visit ner .-hou . , repor,. to havo gone to Piko county to see the i jyp tho Hlood recently were married, glli, only to iea.ii iron, nei iiiui. nun turn Couttnucii on t'fjth Page, Mr Wlliltrilltl S.'llll tll.ll IISI. , ... ' H" IMVIll I'liwn e I 111- ill lu ill !'.-. ill trim:, i - Mr VMilimau sum iii.tt ns ).,.,, f,,,,n ,K ...r, . ...,m .... , . ... ... v. ......... .... ...... I mal restoint on of I u-i .ineestra home could get in telephone communi-! "" -v . o .oiiue ..ew , on. ,n.,ito ,,,,,-,.- - ,.,.,,.. , . ,.lnn.B ,,., members of his staff nnd the p.u; was ..on, in imngto,,.,. ,., .e-n, um,,i MiU.,.,,,n. who. after lelhHous live Agency he would give VTMnS RAY WAS FAVORITE. ,um . . J '""" su. Ices, unfurled his banner and gave a that a Horns detective lie sent , removeino Muiiu iiurnara. i in Phonier , ..,.,..,........ 'BURKE TO RETURN WITH WIFE. I ! I'l.tlnilrlphln I'oni.rlln.Hli H ill Mitrt Life All Over Aunln. t'ltiMDKi.riiu. Aug. 24. - Wllllum j j llurke. thn Councilman who has been mlsslnc from home since he confessed that he was n former com let itml "tlopo" .............. ,.,.,r,.rr,.w. lleml, will return to this city to-morrow i from New York with bin wife nnil daughter, ready for the strugglo to face tho world and .start life all over ritfiiln. Mrs. Mary Hrennan of 2020 Tioga street, Hurke'B inother-ln-luw. Is au thority for the statement that her daughter has been In New York the past week nrratmlug with her husband the details for the homecoming nnd planning for the future, it Is believed that Iturke has decided to accept the offer of .lohn A. 1'ehr, who has sold that he was willing to start Hurke up In the cigar business and stake hlui to a new .store and tiust him until he was able to repay any amount of money which llurlio might nr.-cd until lie was on his feet again. When Mrs. Uurke went away she took with her 11 letter from Kehr assuring the Councilman that he could have nil that he needed for the new business venture, and Mrs. Hrennan said that I Mie expected that Iturke would give nut the details of his plans when he re turned. DIED OF FRIGHT IN SURF. Ml llraor'a ncallon llnil Coitrd mill Slie' Wm About In fio llonir. While bathing In the surf nt Long Hranch yesterday Theresa Grace of New lork, a guest at the Seashore Cottage, a home for working girls In the North Long Hranch section of the city, lost her life. The young woman was caught In a sea puss and was being curried out beyond her depth when she called for help. An effort was made to launch a boat by two amateurs, but the craft was swamped before they could git it launched. Joseph Glhney, a cottager, swam out and held the young woman's heud out of water until a lifeboat was launched. GlhlleV savs MIhm ! Pit en uii a beyond help when he reached her. Mrs.! uuver iiyron. wife of the actor, went with the young woman to the Mon mouth .Manorial Hospital, but life was extinct. Mips Grace, who was 18 veats old. died of fright. Several of the men on the shore wnded Into the surf fully dressed In their elToit to save her. Her vacation ended yesterday and she ex pected to return home last night. MAN HUNT ON J. D.'S ESTATE, Three llniiilllK. Who llrlil I llnllnn, Sonitlil liy llrimllr. Tariotown. Aug 24. Armed dep uties are searching PocanUco Hills and J. D. Hockefeller's estate to-night for three highwaymen who about 9 o'clock attempted to hold up another Italian near the station nnd when he ran away they tired three aUuts utter, him. The reports hi ought the deputies in quick ume, uui nie highwaymen had disap peared In ih woods. One man was arrested In New York Thursday ns one of the men who held up nine Italians .Monday night. Deputy Sheriff Nossller went to New York this morning with two of the victims nnd with the aid of New York detectives expects to make more arrests. Sheriff Doyle's dep'utles. reenforred by the deputies trom the Hnekefeller estate, are tramping the woods hoping to arrest the highwaymen. The bandits are supposed to he mem bers of the Hl.ieU Hand wh come out tol'ocnntlco Hills and prey upon thetuo Italians emploed ,,n nu. itockefi-tlcr i stnte -r.imi SCHWAB ROBBED ON TRAIN. Thief llelleleil (o llmr I'nUeii K'J.IIIHI I'riuii I,oi:i:tto. Pa . Aug llerlh, 21. -D"tectles weie at sou to-day over the invs'.eiioiis dlsappearnnce of Charles M. Schwab's wallet while en route from New York hi summer home bete lust night. The wallet contained I2.iiu0 ami una stolin or lost o ntnilii 3a of the Penn sylvania. The president of the Beth- Iehein Steel Company could aid the do- wealthy only in piospeit. also promoted teiilve.s but little In I heir search to- the dissension developed hIikk the young day. All he knew, he said, was that 1 couple were married at Irvington-on-the-the wullel was gone. ' Hudson on June tl, liios ii in uii'iimii isenwnn max nave been Itrlinrl of rlnj lniiisors .Scores Olllerr, Tnfi no it .siliimiin. 'KiiismoN ig .1. Major t,.,.(.hr I! Itnv . recently promoted to u Lieu tenant-Colonel and tanking member of t tin army Paymaster's. Corps, was so eiely criticised tn a reioit tiled to-day i in the llotise by an investigating coin- mittee 1 President Tuft. ihig -Gen Kdwaids, Secretary of War .sthiison and other army heud-i worn worel for alleginl fa voritism t" Hay. Tho principal findings of the com mittee weio- "Thai .Major Hay has been engaged hi political activity in tho Interest of the Hopublican paity und particularly in the Interest of thn Piesident "That Major Itay has on ut least four occasions boon churged with a serious offence, has never been vindicated and has novor been disciplined more severely than to be reprimanded "Thut In one case cniirl-maitial pro ceedings were slopped bv a cablegram from tho Chief of Stall without uppurent i :;;;:.;a;M::r;.;);1c:.:.or,,, ta "That Major Hay has been shown morn poiHonal consideration in assign ment of stations than any other Pay muster lu the army unit was stationed at Chlcugo during everv Presidential cutnpulgn since lie has been In tho ser t Ico and was sent there last winter by nn order orlgJnRtlnK from tho White House." "The committee hopes the President muy seo lit to make public such explana - -- , , , , j I ro,. podtleal purposes." says tho re- tion or tlie circumstances us win assuro ' Tho report, olloges that Major Itay 1 altered votu hers for travel pay for en- port 1 altered vouvners nir train puy ior en- UUximen BAd got off with a reprimand. lolloweii rroiii N'i w York ii n.l in,, nmiw.t- 1..1.. in r.i... i f 11.. ..1.1 1 1...... a nd of Mil I. lo-il.iv to witness the tor- tMI0N(!S f l(),l(, .,,! l,mM..ln, ' V''ry, '""l''1 7,b,n,,, V)" ,S,H,!,t'S 1,01110 I Plnns were cluinl HKnln this evenlm;. hold Effects. Stable mid Kcn- Iiel.f ill Moiltclllir. . liEAVES II EK TWO HAIUES Refuses to Say (Jood-l. to Them or Husband Couldn't En dure .Married Life. Mis. Doiothy 13. Marcus, the young wife of William h'lder Marcus, Jr., son of William Klder Marcus, the heud of the jewelry Ilrm of Marcus A Co., of Fifth avenue. New York, closed her houw) ut OH Hloyd load and took her final depaiture from Monlclalr yesterday. She left tho town without huymg good-by to her hus band or her two babes, Linda, 2 years, and Jane, (I months old. The husband and children are at the home of Mr. Marcus's j parents, 20(1 Upper Mountain avenue. i where they have been since duly 22 last, when the young wife startled scciely circles in Montclair by leaving her homo and bending a note to her husband, who was out of town on a weekend vacation, that she hud decided to live apart fmm them. Mrs. Marcus vanished for three days. On 'lliurhday. July 25, she reappeared at her home on Lloyd load to the groat surprise of the public. She explained that her return was only fora short period and that she would leavu Montclair as snoti ns sho hod settled her business affairs, which Included the Kite of her stable of horses, household effects and the estab lishment of her beloved dogs in homes where they would be well cared for until she again has u permanent home. A" t,l''"' detailswerecohlpletedyet.ter- day, when a reortcr of Tilt; Su.s'saw Mrs. Marcus. "Yes, I nm going away to-day " said Mrs. Marcus, "to avoid annoyance. 1 intend to keep my destination secret. I have not decidi-d about the future. I Intend to go abroad ns soon as I can do I so. nnd in Kuropo I will join my lather, i George H. Cooksey, whom I have not seen for several months. It is probable that I I shall stay with him tor n w ile, but even that I camiiit state positively "Is there any posi illty of reconcilia tion between my husband and myselff I wish you would not ask that question, for 1 cannot answer it. During the period that must, intervene liefore wo can bo divorced on the grounds of .desertion, which is two years, anything might occur. "Hut, concerning the situation at present I can t-ay that my mind is the Hamn ns whett 1 re I units I from California last spring and told Will 1 couldn't live with lum auy longer " Mrs. Marcus denied also thut her hus band had sought to bring about a recon ciliation. It was npiwirent from her re marks that as far as her husband wus wnctiriH'd, there was absolutely no regret that she was leaving him When the children were mentioned Mrs. Murcus remained dry eyisl. "I know that Linda and Jane will be well cured for at the home of Mr. Marcus's parents, aid the young woman. "So whv should I worrv about lea vim: them herer 1 have afle tion lor them, but it is not great enoug i to lie an ill uenee ill deterring me from taking the course I have dK'ided iisii " Mrs. Marcus said she I ad nof been prevented from seeing her little daughters since i;ho severed relations with her hus band. It hail been proposed that they be taken to the Lloyd roadlioue before ! sho left, but the mother reliiKtsi this last opixirtunity to see her eMldren "It can do no good," she said to lho.-e who iiiade the suggestion this wiei; The chiet reason for Mis. Marcus's ac tion is incompatibility She rtul bei hos hiitul were at variance in almost all mat ters that lelated to their life in Montclair The fact that Mrs, Marcus is the possessoi of u fortune, while her young liu.--li.unl is MareiiH white f-1 ill niiiir tiom a Inn lo I'fryjit Since ills wife left him on Julv 22 Mr ! Marcus has not made uuy btr.teiiieiil about tho case, but it is believed that at the end of two yeuis he will seel, a tiivoiee, charging desertion by his wife ACTRESS HELD AT ELLIS ISLAND. Wns I.eiiilliiK Wniiitiii at Inlim I'litt-o Thenlre I mler Cimrleil, Hedwig l.inge. who e.uly in (lie 'U0s was ono of tho most jMipuhir aitiess,.s the living Place Theatre hail over intro duced to the New Yotk public, is detuiucd at l'.llirt Island awaiting u telegium fiom hor brother, Paul l-uuge, who lives in I Okanogan, Wash Sho arrived here in the second cabin of the steamer President ' Lincoln on Thursday with her nlno-yoar-( old niece, tho daughter of a brother who I lives in Berlin. , ' Wheu the former aclress arrived t-he ' gave her name us Frail Hedwig von I Wruugul and her age us 45. She had i ...i.. n ......... r .1... ..n..,..."..r i. "JY." , . . .. ." V. I r - sent to hor tmole in Washington This did not satisfy the immigration authori ties. An soon ns word is received from tho Washington uncle Fruu von Wrangel and her niece will lie leloawd Hedwig Umge, was the leading actrehs of tho Irving Pluce Theatre under Heln rich Conriod. In 1001 she met und married heie Finest Kurl Giistav von Wrungel, a retired German army officer She retired from the singe and returned to Germany, After two years sho was divorced und resumed her career on tho Gorman htugo, tmtViMnt1,!! . ... iJRVviVv A sons c ii . ijs Viilton a'., N Y i . I. At: Vlm MiLtvllki is I hi. i.tillii MjLii',1.1 i.i nl ll,, 1 MRS. GOELET CHANGES PLANS. Will lletiirn Xel Week Iti Vuilli- i illnptoi. -Honorlril ('on v nlrscrl.t, Svfcln' Cablr lerpatrl, to Tits St.s ! IIairk, Aim. 21. Inforniallon ns in the health ami plans of .Ml, ltnbel t (lolet, who Is here on her yacht Null- The .Vahina will sail on Monday Oiiplnlr. mi flu. Heine, unit then no i (inlslgny. Afterward she will return to I i Southampton. It Is said that Mrs. Ooolet l con-i valescent, or ut least that she. is mil as ill as has been believed. ! Mrs. Ooelet is not confined to her bed. .She Is able, to wall; the deck dally with : her doctor. MAY ENROLL BABY ASTOR. ountt ifohii .liienlt Asl.ril In .loin Dirt Kllelien , uxlllnr; . A letter was sent to the Astor home, at Fifth uvenue unit Sixty-fifth street. , yesterday Inviting .lohn Jacob Astor, the baby, to become a member of the babies' uuxlllary of the New York Diet j Kitchen Association, which looks after the welfare of the babies In the tcne- tn,'n,H- Among the members aie IMIth King- ; don Drexel, daughter of former Mar- Jorle Gould: Leonard and Margaret i Dunne, children of I'lnley Peter Dunne; May Lon Goon, a little daughter ot 1 the Orient; Dorothea Snnford Vlllard and Henry Ullgard Villard, grandchll-"""" " dren of Mrs. Henry Vlllard, presl-j Xilt I'eill'OSC Resolution dent of the association, unit outers whose parents have won distinction In some walk of life. SUICIDE ON OPERATING TABLE. rodent Jielrm sni-Bron's Mlnnra nnd Mull Himself. ! San HniNABi.iNo, Cal.. Aug. 24. - i Snatching scissors and scalpel from the hands of the surgeon In attendance Joseph cinch sinnoeu i m fa !. , I on me operaiing laoie m vie- l'3mer- gency Hospital. He had been placed on the table In order that self-ln-tllcted wounds made early In the day might le dressed. Brooding over the murder of one friend, of which another friend wns convicted, Is believed to have unbal anced hi" mind. . TT --... WRITER HELD FOR SHOOTING. lll Knrnsworlli Kee lirnml .lurr on Mnnslminhtrr flmrgr. Brockton, Mass, Aug. 24. David D. Karnsworth. a Hrldgcwater poultry rulser and magazine writer, was bound over to the Grand Jury in $3,000 hy Judge Lane In the police court to-day on a charge of manslaughter. He Is alleged to have killed Thomas Hagan of Hrldgewster In the early morning of August 16. Hagan's body was found neurly a mile from Karns worth's house, where the shooting Is alleged to have occurred. Parnsworth Is said to have asserted that he fired his shotgun at a man he suspected of stealing his chickens. HAWLEY'S BROTHER INJURED. i ., ... .... . ,,. ,i...r 'Throne r'ruiu WnKoii When lllillim .... ..... . WWh Ills flille". ... , . , (hatha!. N. Y. Aug. 24 -Samuel ilitvvlev of this Ullage, brother of the late Hilwln Huvviey of New Yolk, while i.tir.- -Hi. nts n..t,h,.uv William HaW - I tiding witn Ills nephew. William William Haw - j l-y. of l1"' hl" Chuiles llawley was injured litre io-uay wnen ins ouire upset the. wagon, throwing both men out. The older man struck on his heud and whh unconscious when picked up and carried to a hotel. A physician tound bruises on Mr. llawley's head and Injuries on his arms and shoulder. He regained conscious ness In about twenty minutes and was taken to bis home. The extent of bis Injuries has not been determined ami his condition I" dangerous. William Hawle.v fell on his uncle and was unin jured. ! MACLEANS' HOME RESTORED. llmitlreils or ( Inn Krom iiierlen l.nllier mi Mull Islnitil. ii.il l ,t,,V IritafrA to Tills Sin iisi:ow. Aug. 24. Pour hundred Mat Leans trom America, Canada and elsewhere gathered at Dnait Castle, Isl- The plp.-is plajetl "Auld ling Syne." THIS CUPID WORE A QUEUE. Ilr. Morrison, Neil I'lilnoMe illser. In oil In l.iiiiili.ii. tptiml I th'f iHtptitrl. lu Tar Si V, Lomion, Aug. 24. Dr. George Kmesi .Morrison, fornicii.v the Pekln cone spoiulent of tlie Loudon 'llmi'n, who wus recently appointed speiinl adviser to the President of China, Is to be married on Monday lu London lo Miss .1 can in Walk Hobln of New Zealand, whom he tlrst met in PeMu. , Miss Hobln returned in L'ugland a few weeks ago, Dr Morrison ob tained a short leave of absence anil has tened here. When lie arrived a Hat hud been taken for him lu Westminster mid ho iinoxpectedlv und hurriedly de posited his bugguge and vanished, buf- fling nearly nil Interviewers. The marriage will be a quiet affair. only a few relatives and Intimate . friends of the bride and bildegrooni be ing present. Dr. Morrison will take up his new1 oust In ('Ulna tn October. It Is ox pected that Ills bride will aid him Boclully greatly us she Is experienced In life In Pekln, where she wos popular. POTATOES LOWEST IN YEARS. . lliimprr ('ri 'ut I'rlers unit Huuse - wlfr W ill lleneni. MlNNWI-OLIS, Mlllll.. Aug. 24. -The flrst reileetlon of the bumner cron on the pocketbook of tho housewife came to-day when reports from various purts tl... suite tolil of a number of car load shipments of pjiatoes, for which buyers paid 25 cents n bushel, the lovv - est price In ycura. Ilir il li 11, llir ill. lli-lliru. ROOSEVELT ASKS HEARING AT ONCE Uiiii i ritllli nrli.'t A wltlinlfl MclOlO till' Colli IllUtOt I O-IIIOI TOY. I ES TO CHAIRMAN Committee Is Scattered and May Not Be Able to Hear Colonel Now. ne no t nnv rp UlT'PlVlf IU'OlJLJLil I IM I ILilb Sa.YS Oil Mllll Mtl.V SllC I0r . .. . 4fi it f'!,.ni! Mild III. WW 'IVtimnnv mh " . ....... .. iv'iptny pnoiinKh " MM. If I - JJ I. Mil I Hl ?ril , ii,,l.nu T5II l.nln nl and Amendments. Otmiki! Hat. N. Y, Aug. 24. -M have wired to Senator Clapp asking that T ho permitted to appear before the commitWw on Monday , was Col. Koohevelt'H answer to-night to tho rumorn that the Senate committee looking into IB04 Itepuhlicati t.Hmp.iign contributions hud decided to sumtnoii the ex-Pretident. Here Is the text of the telegram "August 2, 1912 'Viififor U. .'. f fujii. Semite Chamber, 'ahmtiton, I). ('. "As I am not willing that Mr. Arch hold's statement about myself should pass without Immediate official contrn dlctlon. P request the privilege of ap pearing before your committee on Mon day. My cngagomentH are Mich that It will be tho greatest Inconvenience to me and to many others If tho hearing Is deferred to a later date. "Tiikopok: i: HoosUVki.t." This telegram was sent, ho Kiid, through I j4 publicity manager, 0. K Davis, about 5 o'clock thi afternoon nnd ho expected to have word from the Senator who I chairman of the committee some time to-night. "I do not want Mr. Archbold's testimony to go one day longer than U necessary without official contradiction, hn de clared in giving the reason for his decision to appear in person before the committee. When he was told that Mr. Archbold had willed to-day for Kuropo, he indicated that he was iiritatisl ns well us surprised by the news. It was an inconceivable thing, ho said, for the committee) to let ,,'.... . . ... ine manual ii wn loan go ueiuru uiu io- vestigation had been carried furtnei ,......, fie lllllllll.llll.s lli.iv It. m ii i.i iiiv vuiiiiuiiir'i to 'Pe to examine the relations Iwtwecn Senator 1 Penrose ami .Mr. Aichlioiu. Another matter which seemed not to nave occurred o ( ol. Hoosovelt was the likelihood of the committee's adjourn ment until September, when Mr. Arch bold is to reappear, und the effect of such a courfo upon this afternoon's offer of thn Colonel to give testimony himself. He said he could not believe that the com mittee would adjourn nt this time. Tho former President was not willing to say w.iether ho would go to Washing ton with the intention of making any new disclosures. Although he deehred t.ial his statement of last night, covered com pletely every point raised by Mr. Arch bold, it is believed that Col. Roosevelt wishes for uu opportunity to protest ugninst the acceptance tiy the committee of what he calls "hearsay testimony " Apparently the Colonel believes tint tho members of that body who are not in league with his enemies huve been drawn unwillingly into a conspiracy of which ho is the intended victim He thinks that certain features of the testimony which have been accepted without documentary or other evidence can host be disposed of by him under oath as a witness. That the voluntary offer to give testi mony ut this time caused him great incon venience the Colonel was inclined to j eniphtisizi.'. And what was more im portant, ho said, was that his plans and movements hud alreudy been made pub lic and that any enforced change in them would meat, inconvenience also to hun dreds and thousunds of people through out the country It is his present intention to b'.'gin tho threo day Vermont trip on Wednesday nou nnd ho hns made en gagements to speak in tho Green Moun tain Statu on the following day. It is not likely, however, that u better oppor tunity to go to Washington than the present will. occur, for during September and the early purl of October Col. Boose volt will be absent on his coast to coast trip. When seen this evening tho Progreshive nominee had just returned from a day (sxnt picnicking witli Mrs. Itoosevelt and his son Archie. Ho had rowed a tlozen miles and portaged his boat across Lloyds , na,TOW wnIm,ula dividing his homo wuters. iho Colonel was hot unit duslv, but lie seemed happy until tint question of Senatorial inquisition wa - 1 1 introduced, when ho assumed a mtteriy . aggressive tone ! "Mr. Archbold is reported to have said ! that ho would bring suit against you for j Hhel, lolonel," some one volunteered. N'ot the shudovv of a smile crossed his . Jr,nJ MJ tZ he responded: ,.() wij jlliu, u ,.),alir-.i to sue after I 1 have given my tesliniony " Ho added ! with slow emphahis: "If Archbold sues he will nave, u.c.jiv i ' i i l'l. lloo.sovolt nus been stirred III o a vindictive mood by the charges which havo been showered upon him durin; thn - I last few days Although tho controveny ' w-as none of his Marling, ha says he is .i now detrt mined to t-ee it to thn end. lit will carry the war into the enemycuntp,