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Fair and colder to-day; probably fair to morrow; moderate west winds. Detailed weaihsr reports wil1 be found on pane 1J. 'tut VOL. LXXX. NO. 183. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 2, 1913. VipyrioM, 1913, bU the Sun I'rlvtlnv ami PiiMlanfiio Aoiition 78 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TAXI THUGS GET BROADWAY GEMS Hold Up .Jewelry Store Midst of Theatre Crowd. in THEY SEIZE $9,000 LOOT Tistols and Ammonia Gun for the Proprietor of the Shop. GETAWAY IX TWO AITOS ilose Bnek Fifrhts Witli Il(libtr J on Street ns I'oliee Conic Kmiiiinu t'p. I Secretary of Commerce: Albert S. Hurle Taxicab hlgliwaj men armed with re- ""ii. t'ostmastcr-Oenornl. and William volvcrs and ammonia guns held up and j ,J- Wilson, Secretary of Labor. rohlcd Slnse Hack, a Jeweller. In hi Doubt Increased in Washington to toro at 1553 Uroadway at midnight 1 ast ' day over the likelihood of Col. George night of J0.001) worth of Jewelry Just as' W- Goethals. the Panama Canal builder, after theatre crowds were thronging being named as Secretary of War. It the sidewalk" of Times Square. was learned tn-ulgit that the Presi- Fslng two autonuililhs tr- two rob- dent-elect expect to have hi entire bers made a successful escape, but so ' Cabinet with him at breakfast on the iloscly were they pursued that In the morning of March I. and ln'ituu?h as car from which they transferred to the I ,-,'- Goehals Is now In I '.ma inn this econd machine they left 7.0aO of the i 'juM seem to ollniiua'.o him. Charles 19.000, loot, an ammonia gun, burglar' Crane of C.-ioago Is again being tools and the chauffeur. Gc.tgo G. ,.Vr. ' mentioned prominently fur thl post. Kilson. "f jcar old, of 22 Kat 123d street. bi I- now a p-lsoncr In tie Wc.'i Pol ty 'eveiUll street station Hack's J Wolry stor is the min.,11 fiom the northwest comet of Fort), sixth street, a half block below Churchill's restaurant, lie was cinslnc up shortly before 12 o'clock last night nnd was putting his goods In -v largo safe In the roar of his store In which he was alone. As if everything had been timed eo curatrly. Just as the Jeweller becan put- tlng the trajs and drawers Into the sfe ' a nlsht hawk taxicab enme acrss P'or- t -eighth street from the direction of I Hlghth avenue, turned and went to the curb, pointing westward At the same; time diagonally acros the street nun another taxicab which followed the same tactics and mopped, both engines go luff sttomr. Two smooth, faced youm; mn dreeJ In dark clothing mid overcoats, ore' wearing a derby hat and the othc a slouch hut. jumped out of the taxicu.i and walked swiftly to Hie jewelry-store Hack heard the door open and he turned from his .safe to free a man In ftont of Jilm with two weapons In hl hand, one n revolver and the other an ammonia gun. lust behind was the other in. in simi larly armed. Nut ,i wurd was .i!d. Tho first man pull-J the tr'gg.-r of his ammonia gun and1 the con.ent sp-it oip toward the Jeweller, who dodged, and then nt-hlng forward 'li i ills head down grabbed the first man a'-ound the waist. Th"re was a struggle. Although the Sidewalk outside of the little ;oiv w.i t this moment Jammed with people and he light' within were burning bright no one saw that tight, the Jeweller pushing with all his mlnht, Hie nun wliovo him strilcinK with hi lUt ami th butt of his revolve!. The second man paid no attention r. this ifiisiiinir nr.Mi th.. n rn ireiin i- men he ran to the snfe which was open, and grabbed a large drawer In which were watche- rings, bracelets of diamonds and other precious stones, the chief wares of the little shop, thru. ihem under hi coat and brushed by inn struggling men analn, culling "All rlKlu" to his companion. U this the first mini tluew the Jew eller back against the partition of tin shop, ran swiftly m the door, jammed it shut and started fm th, I'orty-elghth stret corner, where the first automo bile vvas alreadv on the move Hack, the Jeweller, with the tenacity of a bull- j... ......i.. f,,. u i..i,i.,.i nui,, "n-i uiiij . oi-iiinii, mit-iiiii ing ns he went. Just outside the door the first man turned and shot twice at the Jeweller. Lieut. Frj e of the Wci Fui'ty secnth street station was on patrol duty half n -block from t 'o scene. )e. iei-tU'f' WiTlhelnier Is'., line, H' I11..i,..n and Heiliy of Inspector Dw'yer's staff were nearly as closi- bv and Policeman Hudson was out on the street on fixed post. All heard the "hots nnd made a rush for the spot. All the detectives saw as they arilved was a screaming man struggling through the crowd. They knew nnlh- Inir nf Ihe rnliherv iinil thev "rmbbeil the Jowelhr. It took him several minutes I, rran .,,,1 u'lml Hn,l linnnnne,! un.l I., that time the taxicab which had lnen siiindlng at the corner was under h,ij, mid so vvas the one across the streei The two taxlcibs beaded for Kighih avtnue. and the police, who had b ih's tlmo learned the truth, wete after them nn i vim Th,, ueenrnl I'nll m'Mlli 'I tn I,., the swifter vehicle. The two macoln s ' ,. , .s they ran came clo'cr tog, titer, utit.l . "'" J ",,l"rl"" Hi" daughter of finally in the middle of the block the'''."1"1 ""' PMo -'onitnls-chailffeur of the first machine waB -"''''r of th, IIiimi Neiv ork city, who seen to b an backward and open Ills , ,l l 'V11" ih" f"wlnK ,p door toward the side of the m-coiu! m,.. ! '."'"f R "ll P'T'onally his men in the chine, the dour of vvliL'l. wns already i " ' !" 1 Va- She was a ( oj) desfi niliini of Hans Hansen Hergen, What transpued then was not ";;'". HiN country In 1638 and The first machine darted ahead. The '.'l'", M """!" ""':? ,Hl.Hn'1' .Shl second machine, cut off by an autumn bile coining toward II, stopped, The police were Into it ill an Instant. The I wo men had illsappt'tred "C!M nfle" llml enli'" shnoled Vrr. pointing Mi' eimlnes stnlleil." s.ild th,. eln.nt said tile ehuuf. Continual nn T7i(t't Vtivc AMERICA' CiltKAl WIMKIC IIF.Mtlll iioi.Tiv si:aiii)ahii ami mm: hi. 4 uttrl el'Ttrle llchtfd trains. 'Iliru wrvlce to PUifhurn, Soulhcrn I'lnrj, t'nnnlrn, loluinhla, Havanusli, Atlanta, lllimlnslioni. Memphis, Jarlc onvllle, Klorlrta, Cuba. llooUlets, list U'way AM. WILSON TO APPOINT REDFIELD. j "''!" m rprrsentn 11 v r n in ne locretarj of Cnmnirrcr, Wahhinoton. Starch 1.-There has boon n shifting in President-elect Wll I son's Cabinet ilnn! within the tost I twonty.four hours, and It unn Icarnort'CHIZPIlS StVMI'lll to His Home to-nlRht that Representative William C. Rcdlield of Hronklyn will he Secre- tnry of Commerce. The understanding here Is that the I post has heen tendered to Mr. Rcdflcld and that he has nceepled. Personally he declined to comment on the report, hut his colleagues In the House were I congratulating him ull the afternoon. The selection of Mr. ltedtlcld for Soctotnry of Commerce Is Interpreted here ns meaning that l.ouls D. Rrandels ! of Hoston, who up to tills lime 1ms heen regarded ns rensonahly certain for n Cabinet luce, .has been shunted to one side. As to the following selections, Mr. i Wilson's closest friends In Washington are entirely u greed: William J. Itryan, Secretary of Stale: William G. SIoAdoo. Secretary of the TteiiMiry, .lames C. SloRoynolds. Attor j noy-Gcnoral; Jnsephus Daniels, Secre tary of the Navy; William C. Itedtield, DIPPEL INSURES HIS VOICES FOR $1,267,000:; , .MHIiager, Philndelpliin Opera Take Novel Kind of Policies Vlti'.inii hnc immied their precious fliw.Ar. n,,.l nli!.l. H.,-.. hj'.i.n iLnUai- ,, . . , , . . prwa ,,lln' "Ba",!" ,Q"- ,"" V-i! cori' "r M" l'ntlrr o)ew eompan huvc neivr been Insured until the Chlcago- Philadelphia Opera Company started last Weli on its Western trip. That organ!- ' nation was insured for any loss that It niishi sustain ih oagh the failure to ?th a performun.'e Andr-'as Hlppel, inaiuse; of ih. com pan. and .1. S. I tir-sii .i" tin llroadwa.v lone been llgiirtng for some time on a policy which might pioleot the organiza tion against loss through Its inabil : in ghe a performance w ide ,.n Its Western tour. Sir. Dlpnei was with :hf Sletr.ipoli- tan Grand opera Company in San Fran- c'"0.i dt tile lime of the enrlfiqinik. when lloinrlih Cunrled and the opera company between tin in lot Slua.onn of thl- more than tlOO.nOu w. s refu.tded to sub- sorlhers who had paid foi seats in ad- vante. According to the lenn of ill. polices wnli'h .1. S. Ilirsh 1ms arm Hired the corn- s'liiv is pt-oticte.l n:,'jiih! nnv i aue vviiu n uiiiriu prevent en uuvoiiiseo ptr fo. ni..iH . T.i npi.li Is tn give sixty-, tile ImO'I.iI 111, ,11,., -4 hetW'eell Its IIOenlllL.' in . ., ; . ilall.ii. 'ii.i..--. ,- , ,,,ii m.-L i" i i'j iiii,ii , ill inrinndi. mi April uu1 av. ijo Kiiai.iniee is iu.uiju irom tile local iii.in-' n1'' 1 "' ,'"1"' l" 1'" visited. Hefore thetout began tlin Cliiiuigo Opel a Com - 1 " " " "-'i'"" - "ll,T "' '' i;s transportation, had to pay i Y. . . nit ;'.'u.i if a rmiii i. ins. :so u vvaH liniinrtutii ror Sir. Dlppe. in take every precaution axai.ist loss t.irouitn uihsing the guar- anteed perinrmanres. Hie polities cover eiery possible con - uiiKeiii j. .iioiini .viury ii.inieu sprain nei sTinnio.r nun inns i-oiiij.ei uie (nn Vellatlnn of a due the company will be reimbursed to the extent of lft.0V0. I wei.ije.1 u.iiiis nr uinthiim ni ideas. quarantine, legulations, tire, strikes, i "",7 ""'' l "'-' I'1 I'"' Insurance. I ..!...- ..n ..... I-. ...... I .. .. .... ,.11 1.1.. .1 t... The total amount of Insurance is S47,uuft. so that In case of any accident which might happen before the first perfcitmaneo and compel the abandon ment of the whole tour the eompmy would receive the full amount of Its xunrantees. The premium on the poll ',ci''!' a""" UTi.OOO. SCION OF ANCIENT N. Y. DIES. l.li.enBe of Mrs. I'nrirrhlll Itrached neL to loan. .Mrs. Frances II. Fnderlilll, who came of a family that arrived here In K.38, whose husband vvas a descendant or a Illilll Wboril GOV. Kllllleott millle 11 Call- tain ot troops in .Massachusetts in iii.p1".' ones i-nusciouBness ot , lonlal Hnies. and the daughter of thej" Intimate touch with persons who, Police Commissioner of New York who were watching him with a knowledge put down the draft riots at the time of .of his character. the civil war, died yesterday of liron-1 "Vou cannot love a country nh rhlnl trouble at the home of her son, stracllj , .vou have got to love It con joint (!. Fndeihlll, lino Dean street, i cretely. You have got to know people' was born in the old Hergen homestead on Hie .hfire at ilowaniiM Hay. The land that 1:1 now Greenwood Cemetery was p.iit ,,f xhr. family estate. .Mrs. Fnilerlllll WIIS S yearn old. I A,l1" 1 'TO sh wti married to Fran- ,v 1'hdu'hlll. w ho had come to New ... mii .it n i iiiuipsiurc, spitiNc, iv i m: south. 711)1 Hit Mart' 1 Jlllil Anrll In ,l. l.n.l nt .lin.hln. i Fntoy benitii nlra.iirp, ilcllrhtfiil bracing almost i nhrrr nf Mrftern North and South Carolina, and i SS... .'.r1.', fammia rrsorta beat rrarhed ,ivjSii"i rl" "v itAll.M'AY. Thromh skcnlng and illnhqr car service N y Offlct.JJI llflh Ay, WIT CAM DTTtQ AMUI1 TO PRINCETON FOLK nnl Present Silver l.ov in. a: ('tip. TALKS ON" PATRIOTISM He Says Its Kootnjrcs Are Local nnd Promises Never to For get Neighbors. I'KlNc-BTO.v, Starch I. President-elect Wilson took godspeed to-night fym the citizens of Princeton. They came In great numbers to his home In Cleveland lane to greet him as a "plain, untitled cltlr.cn" of whom they were proud and who. they hopid, would not forget them In the new Held to which he N about to 1 depart. Then they shook hands wlti him and bade him good-by In a per- fectly neighborly way Long before the hour set a crowd be- , gan to gather In front of the cottage. About the lawn and hung In nearby trees were lighted paper lanterns. A company of Hoy Scouts stood on guard Then acros the sky there came the Hush i of red tire and the sound of mulc nnd faces appeared at the windows. The crowd grew larger nnd as a long line of marchers bearing torches nnd lanterns turned the corner Into the street Mr. Wilson Mopped out on the porch ' They gave him cheer after cheer. I Sirs. Wilson looked very happy ns she came to the door and saw the towns people gathering about The students of the university had Joined the cltl.eni.. The an I m ut rl view he not a he looked on every side moved the future Pr.'sl- dent to smile his nuwt fetching snide i If he ever had nn doubts n to the lace he holds In the heart" f these oplc it must have been dispelled right then and there. Col. David Klynu stepped foi ward and expressed briefly the sentiments of the townspeople. Just l!hlnd htm stood A. i M l.eigll, WHO 18 a Democrat, ntm I. P.oblnson, the postmaster, who l a Re-, publican. They both hnd hold of a ' f'lvcr lovln? cup It stands eighteen Inches hUh and boars upon its obverse Hide the rot of arms of tin I'nlted Stales and on the reverse the old seal of the borough of Princeton. There waji hearty cheer as ihey hold It high in the air. .Mr. Wilson leaned down from the packing box on which he , was standing toTccelvc It. Then he told thefi'. perhapt for tho llrt time, Juet hnn- mwh 1. i. v i..... ' He was apparently deeply moved. In fold them that bo had alwiiyw believed the teal rootage fit pitrlotlsm were lo- Ml and thoucht th.it lu- would lie n i-ei-v ' poor President If be fotgot the years lie; had spent 111 Prlne.-tun. lie said. "'ol Fl nn ind .M follow Citizens . I feel er deep!) inliipl ineptert that yoa should ha,-, gaiheied l to re to-night to say a good-hv tu tin- ami to hid me Koodsp.id I have fell ,i very iiitliiu.ti Idi ntlilcction with tli's town 'I sUppo.-e ti..it sou,. nf oil tlllllk that there is ,-. ..,; ,,f ills, iinne.-tlon between the unlv.-r.sit and the town: and perhaps some nt ..u siippi.ae that It Is only slme I be. ame Governor of this State that I have been keenly aware of the impulses which liavo come out of the ranl.-s of the citizens of this pim e to touch me and inspire .in- nui niei i- niii line i iiiiuiv you but thai Is not ti in- will bear me witness that I have had rin.ni frlM(W In IHIm 1...... I . ... ,,.- . i-:iin,- in-ii. nun inni inn. fir Til., nn i.i,i..wr :p.Thnct'f I lutv.' hail day by day lia been the aiasp i,f the hand and the! j familiar salutation which I have met nt ' evei v hntid. lilt- 1 11 lit I it UU 111 i experienced ouiy one moiiincation . j m this town. I went Into a shop one1 1 ur,'r 1 "ecnni.) president of th"' i .. ...i. I uti.n i .-iij n..i, , ... , iii.-.t',i -.iiii.ll l Ul It- j an, a,lUi: 'Won't you be kind enough , -(,n( ,,. , h;i(1 ,,urch,ised I' of a nun wlt,, wno fHCP , ,.ul been J f,imlliir lllr y,.Hrs, ,,,,,1 he said: 'What : Is your name, sir?' P, ... ... .... . -. ,,, j u,at w tl. if.m,Ml kml of mortitlcatloii 1 bHC,iUst, lf ther ls ()!U! ,, a man 1()V0S )eter than another It ls helm; known bv Ills fellow citizens. "Now, my ft lends, I said the otlui lay, and I said it most unaffectedly, that I was going keenly to enjoy these three days as I was, and I admit Col. Flynn 1 used very appropriate words, I am both a plain and nn untitled citizen. I have ndmitted my plainness many times, "1 said that I was going to enjoy these days and I am enjoying them. Not because they are days when I am not particularly responsible for any thing, but because they are days that remind me of I he man years 1 have ll.nl In II, iu nlflna i.n!fiD In nn.l n... .. .. . ' ..H ' '"'"" , until, i .niiiriiwn iiuniner. nun i warn till ! to believe me when I say that I shall 1 never lose that consciousness. I would e a very poor .President if I did lose It 1 "vv hiwb.vh oeueveo uiai tne n-nl rOOtllgeR of patriotism Were local, tllllt , In order to love them. You have got to feol ns thoi do In order to have' sympathy with them. And any man would he a vny.poor public Korvant who did not regard himself as a part of the public lite, No man can Imagine how other people tire thinking. He can know only by what Is going on In' ills own liend. and If that head Is not connected by every thread of sug gestlon vvitp tho heads of people about him he cannot think as they think. "I am turning away from this place In i body, but not In spirit, and 1 nm doing i If with genuine sadness. The real trials I of life, are the connections you break, and when a man has lived In one place as long ss f have lived In Princeton and had as many experiences as I have had here lit nt as an undergraduate and then as n resident he knows what It means to change his residence and Io go Into strange environments and stir-' rqundlngn. I have never been Inside of onttnurct on Second Page. SIX REVOLTS WAIT ON WILSON latin American ItrtnlntliinlsU neet "ItnniU Off" IVillcj. .lACUsoNvtu.it, I'la.. March 1. De spatches from Central nnd South America Indicate that six revolutions In as many Latin American republics are ready to blaze forth as soon ns Wood row Wilson becomes President It his policy Is "hands off" In Latin America. I'nlted States secret service men have Information Knowing that the port of Jacksonville has been the rendezvous of many filibusters and smugglers during the last few months. More than 10,000 stands of arms and hundreds of men have been shipped to Latin American places. Mobile also has been used by the ' Illlbiisters. It Is known that fruit streamers have been carrying muskets, cannon, machine guns and other muni tions of war from this port for several months. MADERO'S VERSION OF SON'S MURDER Quoted Us Sn.viltg Mexico's Kx President IIS killed jjj nn,pe ip'nal fati'r llctW.rh to Tnr M v Havana, March 1 t raneiBco .Maoern, father or the slam President or , SP :.lco. and Krnesto Sludero, his uncle. , who arrived In Havana l ist night, kep' In .-eclu-Ioa all day to-day. but the lot.il papers quote Kranelsco, Sr., as mying that Ambassador Wilson was In mine way responsible for the death of ii son. It .tli tne elder Modems Were very iviiri n' and even the statements made i la the myt could not be verified. Humors current In the hotels m-nlght i were to the effect that Krnnelsco Sla dero. Sr. had declared in private coin ersatlon with Intimate friends that Ills i"Ou and Vtce-Presldr nt Suarer.. utead of meeting deith In the t voar of the penitentiary, as the I cSow rnment explanation had It. wer i .....li,at. .,,,1 tilei- bodies terr lil mutilated in the National Palace. This verflon of the affair was also ghen h , Krnesto Sladero, une'e of the former President and e-Slinlsler of Finance of .Mexico, according to the current gossip It nai Impojslbl., however, to verify t'.ifke rumors. The Staderos denied lliemselk-e io all newspaper men. As the Sladeros are quoted, the jlag ."etllng for the killings was curcfutly ariBngcd. The lvo tap- tlii ' wer set upon late nt night in th palace and tnurd'red were maltreated aud Thflr bodies then r,i.e.i h. mi ., niomoblle. bolt unriahi. As If stlil a, He. .hlle the nuchlll" waj eni dahl!ig aro ind th. corne - of tli pr son where the fike effort at rcscua .vas made. After several s'ot.s had been fired, th Sladeros siy, the bodies weio thrown out Into the court yard of the prloii. TY.e guards in front of the prison vv. re n': informed that an attenip. had been mad., by a pirty of SIaderista- i,i selre Fra.:cisi.'o on, I Snare, and t'.ia tl.o pair hud been sho: to death durlnw the tight. To i.ir.v o it these details of this plot and aver: all suspicion th" Government -t..r:ed .in official invest.- jutlnn of the affa' the nevt da v. To sjostatulate their I'alin tnat tho niuider was committed In a room of in,,, nnlace tile .viaiieros are iiuoteii in n. ui rer.t tumors as navlng that t t 1 t..., - , pnwner iintiiin i.-..- i, nn. i .... i i.tu- ..lu-r.'u ttml i rn in ,, iiin ni' u-nu , burned by the llflinr fioin n revolver. ' I I i IIUCI nil'll'l ll'i'' l.HU 1 4 Is- is understood her.' that the Hueita ' novernnient will make an effoit to so- I enre the ex tt adit loii of the ent.re Slad-ro r.imliv wno are nere anil since ti,ls could not be done on a political! charge, criminal allegations again', i ...n, i. . t ei. . i. II1III1 Will uf num. I .ir.f .lltllf.- t said to be that t'iy attempted to bribe 1 the .apatlstix not to acknowledge the I Government of PVieitii and Diaz. Piovi.s'.olial President Hlierta has IV- quisled the Cuban authorities to detain M,,,ir ,,ar,.. tIl tntern:itl,.n,.l adjudication of th'lr cas- can be had. Th MBU(.rltni, here are Franci'co. Sr., .be f.itber. Krnesto Sladero. Rafael j Hernandez, a Minister In the previous j Cabinet; Frederlco Gonzales Garca. former Governor of the Fedeial district, un To-da) Consists of Seven Sections, as Follows : Tit . 14 FIRST -General Newi - SECOND -Sportim . . . . THIRD Rf! EiUtf, lininciil SchooH ...... FOURTH Pictorial Miftiini . . FIFTH Foreign, Fiihioni.Rewti, 8 16 Dooki, Queriei, Gamn 12 8 SIXTH Children's NUtjaiine ' SEVENTH Society, Drama. Miuic, U Ttltl 78 Reaitrt or nticsdeaUrs uho Jo not rtctite all of thtit tcctioni ieill confer a fator en "the Sun" by noilfylm tht , publication Dipartmcrl ot once by tht phone (2209 B teaman), and Ihe missinn ircd'ori! will be promptly forwarded, if possible jJJJjj Tjy QpgJJ JJJQ fQtJ NEW YORK SALOONS Wagner Committee Favors This Plan and Tlie.v Will Crge Such a Law. THK HILL IS XOW PKNIHNO Will Not Advise Segregation of Social Evil for Fear of Hostile Criticism. The Wagner legls'atlve committee, which Is Investigating police condition! In the city, will recommend the passagu of the Walker bill, now pending, which permits saloons of the city to open on Sundays between the hours of 1 P. SI. anil 11 P. M. In all likelihood it will not rccom , ; ' I inund that the nodal evil of the city bo segregated or that gambling and ( kindred diversions be licensed or regit. J lated. There may be amendments to the Walker bill, so that local option by dls. trlcts shall be permitted, but that Is not probable, as the opinion Is that to shut down In one Assembly district and open up In another would simply re- Ive the old eraft conditions, whereby ,J0 m,.n n the closed district's ' would pay for the p'lvllege of opening. 1 B..Ilnl0I. Wasner chairman ol the committee, would not talk nlout ihe ilutermlnations the committee hail at-i rived at ho far, and he declared that all must await the secret session of the ' committee, next Ktlday. when a decision will be announced, 1 In; information , came authoritatively, however, from other members of the committee and 1 'with It came the additional new that many changes may come atsiut within the week. District Attorney Chailos S Whit man is to lie n witness on Wednesday nnd no man In the city has more in- lormatton about pollen grafting than he. It has been flowing Into his office for the last two years and icoently Uu !inmel th rironortlnns of :m avalanche. Sir. Whitman has digested It ni. personally and Is in a position no only to tell what the trouble Is but to I suggest a way out. If In his opinion spends his time taking drunk and dls there is one under present clrcuin-I orderly people to a police station, stances. Imm night he came across Abraham Gen. Theodore UitiKham. once Police Commissioner, Is to follow Str Whitman. (Jen. Utngham has opinions on the sub JCt of the' police founded upon very arduous experience. 'It Is not known wliat measures Mr. Whitman and Gen. ningham will suggest but Gen. Iling- 1 ham. if Is understood. Ins said privately m times jusi mat me otu way io enm lnate graft from the social evil in New York is to adopt the system in vogue in almost every big city In the country ex.'ept New ork and Hoston. The Wagner committee is not able to work Its courage up to the point of recommending an act which would cutely arouse the protests .of a consid erable portion of the I'ommunltv The members of the committee have said privately that their witnesses, many of them well Known men, did not go far enough on tile stanu to warrant any committee in bringing all a city's wrath i n in n , Ah f(I. (hi) t,S( question the com mittee praotlcallv Is unanimous and it Is made all the mote determined bj the , IllMl'lll.Slll'e.I ,11 I n 1 IV 111'.., II,.. .n i.i.n . ,i, ,,. i,,.,... i ... i ,.f ,.r.....' .'...,. . .. ' .' . - ' . . Ii- teseiuatives for years. All witnesses agreed that Sunday closing has been a f.,mn unri Hn.i ,. 'i..m. ii. i '. , ,.. .. m ,,i,i., i ,.MIctlon. I u-'hiu n,- ,,. iu, . ji,. liieiidatlon In favor of the segregation 1 1 reported that the Wyoming met with Chairman IMJo. The question vvas per of vice there may be a suggestion em-'an luvldent during target practice with. . emptorlly swept aside, bodied later In a bill that the whole her big gnus. Hankers said yesterday that one of question be taken out of the felouv 1 N'H "ff's'lal confirmation of f'e re- , t'' '""st noticeable things about the part in the Penal Law and that law's ' port could be obtained to-night, hut t conduct of th,. committee was the con be substituted which will mike the of-'was stated that the WyomniT vvas now tempt and resentment that Sir Fnter fence a misdemeanor, in the nuisance 'n route up the coasi and would pr. b- mver appeared to show when a member class, which can lie handled dlrcctlv and . ably come to Norfolk. When Admiral attempted to propose n question, Fee I admit of prompt prosecution and pun- ishttietit M.ei l r. tl.i, tral l.lqunr Dealers 'Assnclaiion. went to the I'lty Hull yesterday lit the head of a delegation to net the ideas nf Slnvor Gaynor on the Walker bill. The .Mayor j was at St. .lames and Sir. yulnn did lint see llltll. On Wednesday they will o to Al bany for a talk with Gov. Sulzer. Sir. Wiiiiin nan wiin nun a letter irom ino.jotto, IVlUWArs BUH AliAIK. , Governor, who said he wanted to lie i more fully Informed about the scope of P rU i,ilw-rra Wife Carrie .... . ...i.. . .. . .. lnp "The members of the Liquor Dealers Association see in the cases of SIcGriith i,i.l M,.ol,,r,l" l,II l ,- flitlt... i.. n..l ....... ... ... r..... ..... t, ,,,,,, ,,,, 'donee of the state of affairs which l ho '.Mayor referred to when ho proclaimed his famous doctrine of 'outward order and decency.' "We have entered Into n ounpact to proceed against law breaking snloon keepers and have cooperated with the committee of fourteen for the last two jears to do away with undesirable re - sorts, We have put 100 such places on. of business. "We shall tell the public and the Gov- ernor that we lire not selfish In do - mantling a Sunday opening law which really means a dosing law for wo will not tolerate violations, and every saloon will be closed tight In prohibited hours " BRYAN IN AUTO ACCIDENT. He Hscnnea I n hurt When Ills Car Hlrfl.es n CnrrliiKc. Coi.cmbu, S. C, .March 1 - William .1 Hryan was In an iiutonioblle accident In Columbia to-ulght. but escaped unhurt, Mr. Hryan, who delivered a lecture In a Columbia theatre to-night, was riding from tho station to a hotel when his car got Into collision with a carriage driven by a negro and occupied by a woman The woman Jumped nt the moment of , collision nnd escaped Injury. The driver , was thrown under the cnrrlage and bus- tallied brutiies but no serious Injury. Mr. rtrynti Kept Ids seat In tho auto I mobile. He refused to go to hi hotel H until assured that the driver of the car . rtage was not seriously burl, A . ft I FELIX DIAZ LATS KILLING. 1 I'l.ll. Tlt. Xni." 'Hint Mndero's , Men Hi In Mi-Inn In cxtlfinteil. In reply to a cablegram from Tub Kr.v, nsking him If he had any message to convey to the United States regard ing the death of Krnnelsco I. Sladcro, (Jen. Diaz sent the following despatch, which whs evidently delayed In trans mission, having been received only yes terday: "Vou have already been Informed by the press of the dtath of Senor Kran clsco I, Sladcro, which I ntot sincerely lament. The authorities have begun a rigid Investigation of this sad event in order that the guilty purlieu may be punished. "Kixtx Diaz," HOLLAND'S PRINCESS IS ILL. Contracts liiHnenui In Moinilnln Where I'nthrr In HentrratlnR. Sittcittl I'able ttfialci In Tin: Sun Tub JIaoxb, Slarch 1. The Prlncnus .lullana, who with her mother. Queen. Wilhelmln.i, has Joined Prince Consort Henry In the Tnunus .Mountains, whtxe lio Is rocupr-ratinK at lwulth resort, Ik lit Tlu, r,Mi- n1ii'.alitt.n ui.fu aUn le 'ncring from lnlluenza, but that thtrii are no complications. The Princess Is the only child ol the. Queen. JOHN W. KELLER AFTER PLACE. Srnntor OMioniimi ItiieU Hint for Wrrlnry nf rimtr. Washington, March 1 John W. Kel let- of Xew York, former president nf the New York Press Club editor of the llnnrder one time and ex Commissioner of Cha.-Itles of New Yot lc city, formally entered the race for sec tetary of the Senate to-day itnder the patronage of Senator Doorman. He appeared in the Senate corridors adjoining the Senate Chamber and held h levee while Senator O'Gornian Intro- duced Senators President-elect Wllsnn brother Joseph H. Wilson of XnshrCle. also came in to-day and was Inttxiduced to Senators by Senator I.ea of Tennessee, CARRIES PRISONER TO STATION. lntt Metirnlb .Shows irrnlli When HpRHar llrfose to Morr, Policeman Slatthew SI cf! rath Is the champion hammer thrower of the world. When lie isn't throwing hammers he Goldstein of 23 Cherry street begging alms. Him he arrested. But Goldstein would not go to the station house. He sal down and refused to move.. Bo there was nothing tor the champion hammer thrower of the world to do but carry Goldstein to the police station, where he still linger. KAISER TOUCHES WAR CHORD. nn IlrenilnftDghtn Are eril In This "Srrlnns firemedt llonr.' "pfcm ablf Despatch tu Titr. Si v Hkiilis, Slarch 1 The Kaiser, who was present at t lie launching of a dmulnoiigh' at Wllhelmshnven to-dav. made an address In which he said that the laiinihlng of such battleships was the emplie's greatest need In tlu en' serious hour. pre; WYOMING REPORTED DAMAGED. ltiHrt CoIIiivts 'I'mimfer of Iteiir tilmlrnl IBnUvrrM l-'lnu. Nnr.roi.K Vn . March 1. -Accordlinr to 1 e ports in navy circles to-night Hear v.hniial llaiiiror. commnndlnir the At- I.i nt le fleet now In Cuban waters, to-dav ! i rnnstVrred lus flan from the biittleshin Wvmninir to the liattleshtn Connecticut. former tlnKshlii of the fleet when com - i m.iiiiled be Hour Admiral osterhiuis. ft Radnor assumed command of the Hoot Ihe transierreii nis nag ironi uu; ii.n - , nectlcut to the Wvomlng. The latter "hip. he said had better nconniMnda , "" ' "'' 1,1,1 "P in I ,ll( "ro1' 1 A mu-oiitlrmed report sajs one f tne nig gnus on i ne Wyoming was .i......u,i ,i,., uhi ...,.,., i n .... a target. .Mil. rtrtTWl T-TTXST . n n . . OIT ('1,11,1 lltj, ' Himiii.vmto.v, N. Y., .March 1.- An- . .tiller eh.'lllter veils U'rllleil ln.il.lv In 111., ' hlstorv of the light of Harris I). Coll, !a Now York law.ver, and his wife Kllt- bets llowne toll, ror the possession nr,a mutter tlint would be aniotlierecl in I their twelve-v ear-old son. i-gresH. This wns the summary of tho j Sirs. Colt, accompanied by two men. 1 opinion of the leading bankers of the ' kidnapped her t-on iu front of the Ar- oily ns ospivssed by one. ! niory Theatre, put him Into a high , "ft ts easy to be 'progressive' if 'pro ! powered iiutonioblle and at last reports ls speeding over the mountain roads of Pennsylvania, west or naisteaii, with ! Deputy I'nlted States Marshal S. F. Rltui; In pursuit. With the marshal Is ," man who gave his name as T, II. A. i Flood of New York, tutor of the lad, The- troubles of Sir. and Sirs. Colt began In New York city In 1910. The '! husband, u prominent lawyer, member 'of the firm of SInllet, Provost & Colt, sued for a separation on the ground that Ills wife was addicted to the use of drugs mid liquors, and sought the custody of the boy. The husband won Hie Milt. Fmiy In 1 9 11 -the first kidnapping occurred when Sirs. Coll got tho boy land ran away with lilm to Virginia. LIU 'gallon followed, and Sir. Colt recovered ' Hie ram. i In December, 1912, he was kidnapped agnln In London. linn Is I), Colt when called up by tele plume last night said that he had not , heard ot the Incident. ITIs boy was ,near Hinghamton, but he could not ay !cxnctl whore. nusr LINK'S "FI.OKIDA SPECIAL 58th Seaann of l lorlda's Finest Train, VIM noon, S oilier Ltd. TrMn rally: :lti A. 11.. 3:04, D;S0 p. XI, Superior ltoadway aud Service, I'ilSO'wty, AJ. 11 WTUD MVpP PUT JjIVl'l mJmX I Ul MUZZLE ON PUJO MeMorran, in Minority Re port, Publicly Exposes Lawyer's Tyranny. TONGUES WERE TIED Committee's Abject Sur render of Its Functions Amazes Financiers. PHEJIDICE IX INQUIRY Heimlilican Kepresentative At tacks Hcport as Heing Un truthful and Destructive. Thc muzzling of the, Pujn money trust. Investigating committee of Congross byr Samuel Cntcrmycr and the abj;ct man ner In which the committee and Its In vestigation had been bound over to the lawyer, as publicly revealed for tho first time In the striking oiinorlty report by lteprcscntativu Henry StcSIorran, He publican, of Stlchigan, formed the one chief topic of amazed comment In the financial district yesterdny on the PuJo report. This remarkable surrender by a Con gressional committee of all its functions, both inquisitorial and legislative, to an outside lawyer had been no secret to those bankers who appeared before the committee. But the Incisive, word'i of Sir. SlcSIorrau. stating the exact agter ment by which the entire committee wns bound over hand nnd foot to Sam uel Untermyer, so that no member of the committee appeared to have power to nsk a question ot a witness, as tounded the financial community. Here ore the opening words of Sir. McStorrun In his minority report; "I recognize that the method of tlin Investigation han been of unusual char acter, entirely different from anything that I have ever witnessed during my . experience In Congress. I refer to the agreement under which no member ot the committee has been permlttd to In terrogate witnesses upon subjects ma- y terlal to the Investigation." Thl.s statement Is the first clear .tUlL- and authoritative statement that Con gress In the PuJo Investigation had handed Itself over to a New York law yer who. did not hesitate to carry the investigation far afield from its purpose of developing the basis for sound ref ormation of the banking system of the country to prove the assumption that he had set up for himself and the com mittee In the beginning, namely that 1 theie was a money mm. Instances nf Domination. I Instances were cited yesterday In the 1 llnancial district Illustrating how pto i foundlv Samuel I'ntcrmyer had con trolled the committee and biassed the Investigation to a despotic degree. When George SI. Reynolds, president of the Continental and Commercial Hank of Chicago, was a witness he was asked if he believed that .concentration of cretin aim money consiituieu a menace, : He answered that he did. I "Al I'lm his reasons." was th lie re- I quest of Congressman SlcSIorrau. mem- ber of the committee, who carefully 1 wrote the question out on paper and : tent it uu to Samuel Fntermycr and 'lueiilly during the examination or Nw 1 " " "J" --. i '" ' "" -M''' Fntetmyer's coat sleeve j to Interrupt hini to propose a question. only to be tossed oft' In Irritation. ! The predominant opinion among I bankers and tlnnnclal men Is that the report of (lie PuJo committee was an 1 lincorreiateii uouBepouue in Irrational ' iir,iii,is.-ils. sn extreme and radical and ao completely devoid of practicable work- I, J l.i.r ,1,-,, If ... !,..! Itltlk tflll' 111 lltll' full s ' meastirv It would so tie up credit, bank, ! lnK, business and prosierlty that prog- ress would be Impossible. I 1 .",. . -. "... ... ..M,, ..... i The maze of destructive limitations ,, finance enunieratcd by the report , was -,.Knrded so prepnnierous by eml- ....... . , .' neiii niiiiiiers nun nicy reiuseo io coil- L,,t,,. t, sopiiriite proposals on their ihoiIih and ridiculed the whole affair as jrreHslvo' moans, destruction, It Is the simplest thing to destroy what exist. These variegated proposals are In vvho'n and In part simply destructive. They do not afford a vcRtigo of constructive i betterment or reform. They cannot be taken seriously. Sly opinion l that the fantastic reign of Sir. Fntermycr and tills strange committee, using the veil of the reformer to cudgel nnd make lurid I headlines, Is nt nn end. Congress will have no more of It. They recognize that the country hns tired of such deceit. "Such a progrnmtne nn this will be Impossible of accomplishment In the body of Congress and the rebuke to the methods of this committer In selling the birthright of the Congress to n rank outsider which will be administered n the rejection of those measures ought to be a memorable lo-son." I nteriuer's Stuiiin Speech, Another hanker characterized tho PuJo report as ,"a stump speech ot Samuel Untortuycr." The report wu described as a rehash of the speeches the lawyer had made before the flnancu forums of economic clubs, without an attempt even In the wording of tV! t-( port to base th? views upon the rr-rulu. of the investigation. The report put la the mouth of the cornmlUte was simply . ''J t