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Fair to-day and prombly tomorrow; llpht to modcratcwrth winds. tm: Detailed weather reports WW he fotiMMHLpage 15, m NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 8, l9W,-CoP1,rlnl,l, 1!M0, I-V ' " MMIng nnd I'uMHUng AtmnruiUnn. PRICE TWO CENTS. s- VOL. LXXX. NO. 250. EXTRA SESSION SET FOR JUNE 18 SllVS "T1k Ciin't Beat Mc, sulci After Cull Legislature. to WAR BOAKI) - i , .. . . ; 1 I'lll'tlC lirjU'CSCnttMl 1 11, KiirlitciN for the l'ri m jut I .ill. - .... ..hi l t'l'TI.M.'si Tfl ll IV N MI. ( O.M.MI I 1 t.r.S IIMUl Miolition of Sttite Conventionsj . i ill l!c Insisted On in ('.unpniun. y. i 7 I'.ov Sul.er nfter with the membPi-H of loineiied to plan his mfHrr.na i ni 1 ..,r.l , -ect ir,niary i anipalKn. xald: Tlin the (imernor Issued hie proda ,.,,'len ...nxeninis the State l-cKlsdnture xtr,oi'unarv session nt noon on WVdnei'd.ii. lune 1. Thl lil Kie the (lovernor's direct rlmnn iamp.ili.-ii comiiilttees, pro did fir ti-l.i. s weeks In which arouse puld.. "eiiilment for thetJoV. rnor's Sl.itewlile direct primary bill in 'he t-Mia s-ioii It was made plain nt to-d.iy' con 'mncr tlia' there Hrfs to be no com--omtis hi iliopplm: the provision In h Oovernoi'.s bill wlilih would abol ".1 8tat conventions. flov. Sulzer appointed e-S.eaV.er , Daniel I rtl.-ble. ClHienie .1 Shejrn, 1 lUlnbrltU;.' W Colov. Democ-atlc Statu i ommltteemfin iMnlel .1. Dug.ui of Al iuny and John .1 llnppf r of New York r a nominating commit lee to des,n nit',4 a Suite campaign (omuitttee com iff.nlne 1'. lietnocrats. )te onbllcans, 25 Progressives and L'J liule psndnnts, which In turn would name a nmmlttee on way- and mean", a com 'nltte on public. ty and a committee on rislatlon of twentv-tlve niemlier.s each. The members of the nominating com mittee were looking around the crow ded i h&niber for a corner In which to men when Oov. Hlllzer said "I un irolntii prenk a ,rule. Slue. ' fcavn been CToVernor no' polllklBit has , vr Rone behind thai iiiahogan.v wall! Mo the Governor's private ofllte The' nsmbra of the nonilnatlng committee my u It under the circumstances Committers to lie Vnm'ed lii-il.. ! The nominating committee deliber-' 'fi for over an hour and then voted' "' permit the committees to be named ' i-rnMTOw at the approval of (!ov. s'lher ; In addition to the members of tl.e war board thete weie ptesetu nt to-, ly's meeting antl-organizatlon Denm-1 f rats, (publicans and Progressives 1 horn evcrv county. The vim nnd eu- 'hliflasm evident, Oov. Sulzer said ' mant success, 1 Mrs. Harriot Stanton match, nccom-' rnnied liv Miss Avails. representltiK "te Women's Political Ciiion. said that ' 'he direct primary anil women's suffrage t went hand In hand. She asked that the. el-ctlnn law be amended so as to per- mlt women watchers at the polls when j he women's suffrage constitutional amendment was voted upon. "We want a right to get in nod, ret a sipiare count " she lemarked. ; fontintiing. she advised: "If you want to bring the Legislature! '" ItS kllees Kvl out nil the Ml eel corners and In ft out of the village I'lHPkstlllth shops and tell the people ..uniit n Talk aootit appointing a com-. inutee -avs and means, it doesn t "ist ii rem to m, out In the highways "d i. vv.ivs and jneacli the gosel of ' 'ert i.rmarles Women politically nr.. ever much vv Ner than you men "re Do ,,t i,i,. i halls arguing, but' t". nut on the mmti anil appeal to the eeple the wa.v we do." .Vearn I'rrnclier MiiLr Iddrrsa. The ev w. i:. Hhd. a nesro clergy min ..f liochester, asserted that the U.om negro voters in New York 'nte H'.uld welcome the political free "m gi anted by n direct jirlmiirv, and intlt.iieil I' 'iiii is niu- raie in the world that i s -.i i,,. reh,.i,., fron, poiuiiiil bondugn ' via men here lo-diiv. I hnve been " I'M mid iiipallei to see the great Initio. snion rare stiimi slimkied pnlitlcnllv by lliei!. Psiei l.illv In V,.,. VnrU- sttnle 'I while i,i. eninred voters love liberty ' 1 f'l'r oh, I mi,, ild also Unit ihev love 1 "fie Km. when ihev inn get it ' T1e politlial r'valrles usually evl "1' "d ,n Queens borough politics "pped nit llorough President Man "e I' 'innolly said that the people " s.in.idn,,,, f t lit. party primaries , 'I 'Km cotitldeuce could be restored inrvnr, a statewide direct primary Inw i t the Legislature i onies back " itie s.der bill will he iiassed I think ' irse, p,,,,,,,, Mill ,ole for It if lie gets 'her 1 1. ii -.., he asserted V' 'his point a nominating committee wan suggested, when former Dor-it-'h I r idefit Ciissld) of Queens, who .is d p. .sis as Democratic borough "t u President Connolly, Inter cried saving '"ii ,ue culm., hmli tn u, old wnv if i minie a mini ,i in t j,, lt .uiiiiiiHi,.,. In Kn ' ' i"d i h -ei iliinrs and liv up these oia I'tees V nil should allow those ptcsciil " n...iie tl.oni here In the Ofien so tint wn "O ' si,. , ll ,,f ,,,,l,,,,., "n,n , (eenteil on lb , .. We dnn't mini n,,. ,. political nval ' aired here." interrupted ei-Supprlu-m.-ut of Public Works Wnlter II Munii nf "ifns Let vour nniiiluatlio; enramitfee slue the niinpnlKii (oinntltten and the Cottffttirrf on Bccond rape. HOLDS FIVE FOR PERJURY lVltncs.es UumHe sochlrnl Stilt 'mimllteil I,, .,,.r Mcttnr. When tin- verdict In nn incident case Was Icturiicd bcfnic City Court Justice ,'" ""' .vesterday afternoon he called nil ftv.. vvlti.csse.s for tho il.-fontlant 111"" and committed them l the lotnbs Im ;,ioou ,,, f,. pcrllirv. lie . icieiHcii later ,, paroled thnn In Hip custody of Fdwnrd .1. WnMi, lawyer, mi iinoounooil t tin t he would have war rants Issued fur tiinn TlH- Witnesses Were Joseph s rT,,., . '""Iln. Mellaril I!. Wlllnid mid Albert SVA lS 'do.v. "Ill X nf the Kl.it Automobile Company nt Sevcntv -llftli stieet iiml itrondvviiy. and Patrick Kim; and Charles I'" Tnshliei. wlni were also witnesses fur the uiitniiiol.ll,. company. the ,e- , K'nuiir.i i lie .inn was brought by i Patrick ISurns for personal injuries: sulTered when ho wan employed in the garage on Diccinher 21. 11'IU. lie said lie couliln't return to wnik until Mal-cli . H'll. mid all of hiK witnesses agreed !'.'"" '"' w'x" ,l' I"lrlfli"M ',ay. The witnesses for the .lefomlant ill "filil that tltirni was able to be .around u It liln tin days after the accl- ilent SOCIALIST WOMEN ON LOS ANGELES TICKET1 Piirt. ( iiudidiitc for .Mor I.Mcks Only Till Votes to Oct NoiiiiiiHtion. I.os As'iiki r.s. May 7 I'niisu.il strength was shown by the Socialist candidates In the prlm.it l.-s held yes- ' terday. The final count completed this morning shows that .lob Ilarrlman. So cialist candidate for Major, fell short only 7st votes of reieiviim the Mayor ally nomination. The total vme polled approvlni.tted 7S..W1 out of iTJi.nnii legls tered. i The Socialists succe-ileil in nominal ; log their candidal- for City Attorney. One of the reinarknble features the election was I he wliiti'ti" ..f i.i i ,,. i'lllllld ,,.K,.t 1n U1 S(H.aist women. K other Socialist i andld ites 'e nomln.iteil for the Coiiin.ll The SmialNts n.ilrl ti!. aftet noon thai an error of at least 4(rt votes had been made againsi Ilarrlman and In favor of . lodge H II. ftose. Independent tntid'. date, in i-.i U-ii i itlng the total Ma.voraltv vote. They declare that Harrlman will be iiuni.nated !f the vote ... coutiteil col . teotly. BOSS KISSED TYPIST EACH DAY. lii-l lerU IVsllrles .iKiilnsI 11. 11. K ti Bill ml nl llli one nll. At the trlul of the dlvoice sint of Mis. "arrle Kngland iiK.ilnst, Wllliun . II. Kllglatnl. owner of the Shopper ' Publishing fnnipanv !H Nassau stieet, befole .Supietlle Colli t Justice Mllddov I I III Brooklyn ve.stenlas the plalntltT 1 testified that her husbind was earu ! lug from $ir,.ofiu to jisnuu a .vem and kept two autouiobiles and several holses. WIIIihiii II. McCue. a salesman, foi 1 nierly i mploved l.v llnitlaiid. testiiled I that Huglaud was in tin liali.t of gieet ing Miss Hazel .lotferts one of his stenographers, who was rained as co i lespondent, HfTeetloiiiitely every inorn i lug. calling her lino his office and kiss, i Ing her. lie also described finding them ' one afternoon In a compromising pos I tlon. I Testimony was given by two w it I neses that the defendant and an I known woman had registeied at II li the Hotel Carlton at Htamfotd, Conn J. II. Muudell nnd wife. Iieclslon was reserved. JIM HAM SETSAPRECEDENT. poloMlftrH lo Whllr lloue Cnllrrs for Srelnit Wilson Flrat. W .,miv 1 ., . 7 ..;.-. ..r I ll,... llton Lewis of Illinois, far famed for his I w. I . .. ....... , whlskets, manners and dris-s, set a precedent to-day for all visitors to Ptesldeut Wilson at the White House. He waited patiently long after the hour which Secretary Tumulty had tleil for him to see the President. When Informed that his time had come he aiose and apologized to the waiting conipanv In the secretary's otllce for preceding them Into the Kxecutlve's presence. Mr. Levvtn explained that the Senate m..i ... n,.,.n uoft timi I,.. tv..ni,i line. I hurry to finish his Interview with the President so as to reach the Canltol In time for the opening prayer. Senator Lewis admitted that he went to the White House to talk patronage. DYNAMITE FEARED AT JAMAICA. ! i:itri finard Hired, While SMO Strike llrenkrra Live In f ar-. The Long Island Itallrnad hlrrd fifty ex-pollremen yesterday to guard the tracks between Woodhaven and Jamaica because nf a rumor that striking Italian laborers were plotting to blow up the new Jamaica station with dynamite. The regular railroad police are also on guard and reserves of the city police are keeping watch nbout the station and in the Italian neighborhoods of nock oway road and South street, Jamaica. About 2r,0 negro strike breakers from the South are nt work on the new ta- ! tlon. They are being fed by the rnll road and housed in the cars that brought them. FOREIGN PROTESTS IGNORED. 1 lleniocrnts Keep Item I'mniini Amerlmn Nhlpn In Tariff, I Washinuton, May 7 The House re. fused in-day to consider the warnings l of Kepiibllciin Lender Mnnn or to heed , the iirgumentH presented by Itepre- sentatlv'e Humphrey of Washington i against the Inclusion In the tariff bill of the provision for the rcmlssou of per cent of the duties on Imports brought into the I ailed ,'Ualt-a In ves sels of American registry, This h the provision to which many nations have objeitcd as being a viola tion of the rlglitn accorded lo them un der treaties with this country. LOOK FOR MUTANTS Women Admitted to George's Presence Closely Scruti nized by fi nnrds. THY TO WHECK ST. PATT.'S Uritish Public Thrilled Willi Jntliunntion nt Suffragettes '.ntcst Outraje. Kwrhil I tthlr Uttpatrh to Tar Si x l.ostH)S-, May T. The fear of a suf fiiiBf.tte Invasion prevailed at to-nlRlit's . (ourt. where five American women weie lirerented, and the precautions which have been In vocue ever .since militancy developed were Increased to nn cMraoi dlnary degree. The women who were pteenled had to endiiie n .succession of vigorous , i n tlllle.s ft olli the time they left their cat rlagcs until they reuched the entrnuie to I tie throne I mini. No one was ad mitted, even with an Invitation, unless she was vtmi bed for by a lesponsible court otticlal I 111 the case of women presented b) 1 the embassies the secn larlt s 'o i lie , Alalia. -sailors lvele obliged to meet thtui al the eulrante and vouch for eaih I pi rsoiiallv before she was admitted ' These ofllcl.lls weie held person lllv I'e-' spnnsllile for the women during the tire .-veiilnc In addition to tin; u.-ua! couri "111 vvh.i scrilllnl.c the pieseutees ail I'll- .dais tin u.-iul number of Scotland V.u men who have been dealing with Hie snf-; frac.etles weie In utiendani e. The atti-nuii fo wreck a portion of Paul's Cathedral with a bomb to-da.v ' thrill. d ill, public with Indignation ami disgust more than any other wlckedm-sk of the vitriagelte criminals , With many thousands the s.i. nietliei Idea s iiaramount The awakening of righteous anger over the desecration of, the sum 1 .Ml ,s mliigled vvltli amaze. men, tl.at an oi ganl.'a'lon of tuoie Ies educated women should dream of such an outtage Kury at the want .,i ' v nnC.illstn against a gnat iii-im U al n;. Uonal monument possesses the iii'iiir. d ' pin. lie gctierHlIv. Vpart from the I ink of life which was averted thiougli the mutinied explosion disastrous If It had not been discovered. 1 Some of the most beautiful parts of the 1 . uiiieoiui. me iiinnui'i- ujiil-.1Wn.u me ...i, i. i.Jn.riS-t-tvii!li"i?T- . latheilral, the lllahpp'M llituniunu the aojoiiiius i oon riaim iironaoi wi mid bin been Ignited and wreekeo. The candelabra before the aitiit close o ihe throne would also lin -uiller.il Tbev Weie executed b Helllllelto lie llovezatui for the tomb of llenr.v VIII. nt Windsor and were sold during the foiumonvvcal'h. The oig.ni. whlili is one of the finest in Cieat llrltain, ptoi. abl.v would have bfeti Involved ill the llestt ii-lloll The in mnei and titn.swhen the lioiuli was deposited have not jet been traced. Neither Is an thing known as to the per. i. in guilty of the attempted outrage. No description of the bomb is given and the accounts us to what H was composed of differ. The most leliab'.e accounts concur In mi) lug that It was constructed of mustaid cans nine inches bv four and containing half a pound of powder. A small clod, was con nected with a dry battery. I The whole whs vvtappeil In thik brown paper and a cop.v of the sup j prisised Nufli ljfttf of Mav 1' was bound , tight!) with a lord and strap. A small 1 lever, which was vlitually a switch. protruded from the wrappings, i It was fault) manipulation of this '"V't' In nctllall.V SAVltl!ltr olf the cut rein which averted a disaster The llsiop of Loudon at an anni versary service of the Church Arm), which Is the counteipait in the Angli can Church of the Salvation Atmv, at St. Paul's Cathedra! this evening, said It would be sheer Ingratitude If he did not offer thanks to Cod for caring for His own cathedral against the mis pi mint who had tried to wtepk It. He went on tA say. "We say In our humane wa that it was only by uu accident that the ! lever was turned by mistake to the rlKnt Instead of the left or the chancel'l would have been a wrerk to-day, and therefore we. know thut those who set themselves to do the devil's work often cannot do that rlirht. We ought to leave that to the Judgment of God and render thanks to Him nnd Ilia over- rillir ttrnvMAnen fnr unvlnir the entliA. drnl and proventlnif perhaps the sactl- flee of many Innocent lives." j her, bruising her from the knee to the. The Hishop then called upon tho hip. She fell In a faint and was enr Church Army liand to play the doxnl-1 rled Into a dressing room. She was sent ogy, hut before the conductor atruck ! to ltellevue Hospital, where she will the flrat beat the congregation broke out Into the great anthem with Im mense fervor. When the anthem was finished the Hishop said: "I am sure that Cod has heard tho grateful thanks of His children." The Women's Freedom I.engue held a meeting to-night nnd adopted n resolu tion unanimously which recorded the I ,..nul Am., . Inn" nf .Iia Arffnnt.nllnn nt , dpfpnt p ,,Hrllaln(int lMl nlBht of the Dickinson bill which would have en franchised some lx million women. The resolution declared that It wns n serious menace to democratic freedom and progress that "seventy-six Liberal mem bers of Parliament voted against It." Tho Countess of Carlisle complained bitterly that John Hedmond and his fol lowers In the Irish Nationalist party had "betrayed" them, pressure had hren She asserted that brought to bear on the Irish memnerH by tne Liberal op. ponentM of the measure. Ijidy llnmfnril also condemned the Liberals. She said they had boon II I utiernl and unlust. It whh aald. she de clarcd that men Invariably treated women tenderly nnd Justly. The women cared more about being treated Justly than tenderly. Another MiffrHKette bomb was found, on the Ktepa of the livening Star office Co a I f ti irrf on Third Page. PROGRESSIVE REPUBLICAN CALL. ' Cninmln t iitiiinnrra Merlins; for rl ik In C'lllrnun. WiHiiiS'orn.v, M.iy T.- Progressive He Ptibllinns will meet In Chicago early next week to make plans looking to the future MipiT.li of the Republican party.1 (loverimr Hndlcy of Missouri will be1 present Scnntor Cummins of town, who ! ,1s primarily responsible for the meeting. sn!d to-ilay Hint he would bo In Cm- ' cago on Saturday or Monday. Senator HiH nh of Itluho proli.ilny will attend. It Is not probable thai any of tho' old line organization Iteptlbllrnns will 1 be present. I Senator Cummins snld the first stop nete.ary ts to provide a new plan ror, apportioning delegates on the basin of the votes i-nut for the K" publican party, . which will break the old time Inllueiieo of the Southern deleintefi. A rail for n nationwide conferenre to be held mm si probably will lie Ixsueil. Menntor.s l.i I'olletle. t'lapp, Itrl.tow. Kenvon, Works, N'orrls mid other no-culled l'ro- ci'"MVn lt"iiubllcnns In the Moukc hnve been showing deep Interest In the plan. I WILSON FOR CURRENCY LAW AT THIS SESSION iNtlt.ifit It W'jklllal Unlit l1jklnilt I lM-i.--,i ii mini in i i i i rn in 1 ' ii I'liireup From the New Tiiriff. WvsiilNillos. May 7. President Wil son lavors tic enactment of a new banking and curnncy law at this, ses sion of Countess, ills present Intention Is to recommend the passage of .nidi a I law as soon as the Senate has launched .1.1.,.!.. .... II... I -,,.I.. u .....I If, riff Mil, tr1 he changes his mind It will be at the ' I-',t to-day the sundry civil appro Instance of Speaker Chill;, Itepresenta- prlatlon bill exactly In the same form tive I'lidei vvood and other House lead-I that It went to Ptr.sldvnl Taft nnd will el. who believe 1 1 111 t action should be 1 pJ1( ( , president Wilson. Tlv Presl- def. ired until the regular session in le- cellllief. It seems to he agteed by all Demo- cuts that the new taillT law. whatever 1 1 Its ultimate effect, will result at the outset in a business disturbance. For tcis lea sou Piesldei ' Wilson desires a revision of the lianl. iug and currency laws so that a sv stein may be devised that will be better equipped to cope with the piospectiv e Harelip than Is fhe piesent plan. Cl.nk I'ndeivMiod and otheis argue that tli. i.Veiitam of Congress should be foeilssi d ell the ploposed leVlsloll of the levetllle laws. tin the oilier hand thete aie Ueino iia'.lc le.uleis who fm or linnieillitie action on a banking and curnncy law. ItepreselltatlVe tilasS of 1 Ilglllia, j 0ipecs l , halrman of the Committee on It Is Imperative that we should enact a banking and currency law lufote we ...m,,.,,,. J "n CAPT. MERRIAM DROPS SUIT. Will Permit Wife lo sirirl Irn c. linn for lllinrer. Si l-Vvsi'i..io. May 7 Tii" sensa tional ibvolie itise of c.ipt. llenr.v C Meitiam I'. S A , against his wife. Mrs llessle Meitiam. was suddenlv stopped t to-ilii) bv Judge Cialiam. vvhn called all the pai ties Into hl ihamhers for cm fetenie. The teult was a lentative agreement b) which the Captain proni ists to dlsi otilliu'e his suit am' permit Mis. Men lain lo gel a decree o.i the ground of desi rtlnn, provided, however, this com se will not be consldeted by I he , War Department as Justification for a i otirt-maithil Hundieds of pages ,,f sworn testimony of at my olllcers were tiled In the .Iter Cam case These papers told of an at tempted siilclile bv Mrs. Met rlam and hii alleged .itt.'iupt on hit pint i shoot her husband In theit ouailets. The counle have a nlne- ear-old tlaughter. and Capt. Met rlam alleged that his wife had given poison, to the girl in PJU'.i. Mis. Merrlam admitted giving the girl poison, lint said she mis took It far ineili, ;ne. The couple were tuarrieii In pniii, ("apt Merrlam Is the son of Major Merrlam. retired, of Wash- 1 ington GIRL HURT IN WILD WEST STUNT llnnelnK llnr llrrnk ith) nml i liiillenee fiels n Tlirlllrr. A thriller not on the lluffnln Hill pro. gramme sent shivers down liundreds of spines at Madison So,u.ire Oarden last night when a horse dancing- In n quad- , "oe stnrieu 10 iurney trot wiin us rider, Coldle Citftlths. The animal plntmed and reared and , orotic away from his fellow dancers, , Ml" Orltnths tried to quiet him, but , with no success. Her partner rode along- side to snVe her from flllttncr nnd flu RllA j was slipping Ills saddle pommel struck stny ror a week. Miss arlmths Is 19 years old and Uvea at 220 Wabash avenue, Chicago. Bho said that the horse nhe was riding hadn't been a dancer long enough to learn sedateness. MILITANT SCHOOLBOYS RIOT. 1,0011 I'nrndr In Knnth llnslnn and i Ntnne Nehnnlbiines. I IIosto.n, May 7. Mllltnnt achool 'chtl - drrn who demnnd their "rights" and wearing badges Inscribed "One Session" and "Don't He a Scab" pa railed through the streets In South Uoston, Cambridge and Hoxbury to-night, smashing school house windows, atoning cars and light Ing bonflrpH. I Inward nf 1.000 Iiovh from I K to v vearH old nartlcltinled In the I South Uoston oulburHl. They sent stones crushing through tho windows of six school houses in that district and when two of their number were arrested surrounded tho police stntion and made a. terrific din. Three hundred little, boys nnd girls nut In Hoxbury and inarched around, beating tin pans, carrying placards and making a hlg noise until the police chased them to Ih'elr homes. In Cam bridge Hip strike of the pupils In the Kills and Hhepard schools has assumed alarming proportions. DII T X TTaTMP. I1MTAM0 ADOPTED BY SENATE Proviso Exempts Them From i-rosectuion i ner ihc Shei-mnn l.nw. TA FT VETOED MEASrnE Farmers Societies A 1st) Pro tected in Sundry Civil Ap proprintion Act. Vvsiiinhto, May 7 Tor the second time within a ycir Congress has pone on leeord In favor of granting Immunity from prosecution under the Sherman law to labor unions nnd formers' or ganizations which might otherwise be charcd with alleged nets lending to re- ' strain trade. j The first time the legislation was !pased, last l'ebruao . It was vetoed by President Taft It was pass-d as a, proviso to a paragiaph In tin' sundry ' . ,.l..ll ......l.,!!.,,, l.lll ii iiorittirtnt intr MfiO.OOO 'for the Department of Justice, Ito be used In prosecuting violations of jlhe Sherman law. In vetoing the legls 1 latlon President Taft vvae compelled to 'reject the entile appt opt latlon bill. Me Justified his action bv d iinclng the proposed exemptions ns the "worst form of class legislation." The Senate, following the action of the House taken a few Wicks ago. dent was consulted aisnit the legislation by House leaib ts b. fore it was passed, land he agreed to accept It IIU ace pt- l(.nt w.a) ,.,,, ,,, atlce. however, was reluctant. It N said. and wl.h the knowledge Pott the posed exemption Is not p,'i iiiaiicui legislation, that It can appl) only as a limitation upon the use of a single apptoprUtioii. leaving lh- In-p.i.'ltnciit of Justice to have recourse to oilier funds f ilee.srlir to ellfori e tile I., IV. I'n sidetit W.'son has not i.inimltted himself llnali) on the merits of the legislation e.Miipting laoot otganlza- tlotis and fainirs' issoclatious fruin I ptosecuiioti unuer the Slierni..n law. Some of his friends la Conues ex plained that the Piesldtnt desired more luforuiutlon on the subject ; The bill was passed lute th's after , iiuon aftr Severn!' Hays of debate. 1 Aomin: the speakers to-iiity was Sena tor Hoot of New York, who made a v,ry earnest attach on the proposed legl.sia.'.ot.. Let tne ask .von s.' bow will this pn sent Itself to the miiltluidt of our citizens not included III these excepted class, s'.'" Inqulted Senator Jtool. ad (l!'.sltiir the iitesldiug otllcet. "Whete ' vv ill be the w lllinglless to abhlebv tile law, wilele Will be tne cotltlllOIU'e 111 III- Jits Ill e of the law. where will be the Sense of oiiUgutloa to thr law hciause It is the law on the putt of the multitude of Ai, h i Iran citizens who II ml themselves i unstrained against doing what It Is nccess.it) for the protection of th,lr livelihood and other classes peimltted to violate the law for the same ptir- pos..? "How can we fall to create a sense of injustice'.' How can we fail to create, opposition to law, to create a feeling that It i. right for men thtmselves to assert add to eveidse the same rree. diiiu that Is given to their neighbors? I can conceive of no more Injurious tiiow lo this gteat statute for It s a gi.at statute in competition, as the tnle of conduct for all the people for the past tvventv-thrte years I can con ceive of no more fatal blow to the en foiremitil of tho statute than the law which exempts approximately half the people from responsibility for obedience to it. for you ennnot enforce a law. sir, which Is not an equal law for a'l Un people. Vou cannot git Juries to Indict and to convict one man for doing what U permitted to his neighbor under the same law. "We have a responsibility, not to the laboring man alone, not to the farmer alone. We have n responsibility to the pence nnd order of our country. We, the makers of law for a hundred million people, have a responsibility to maintain that respect for law, that reverence for law, that confidence In the Justice of our country, which was handed down by our predecessors." Senator Sutherland of I'lah, n He . publican: Senator Works of California, ! n Progressive, and Senator Thotms of i Colorado, a Democrat, nil condemned the I proposed legislation ns vicious class dis crimination. Senator Pomerene of Ohio i Joined Henntor Thomss In voting against the legislation. They were the only ' Democrats to vote against It. Three Re. j publicans voted for It. La Follette of I Wisconsin, Jones of Washington nnd ! Norrls of Nebraska. Following the disposition of the pro ' vita the sundry civil appropriation bill ' wns promptly pnssed. OWNS AN AUTO, NOTHING ELSE 1 I A That's nnmngrd, lie I'an'l Par ritr fnr Lamppost. The city of New York recently got u Judgment for $22 ugulnst Charles R. rsnllmer of 2fiC West 112th utrect he cause his automobile smashed n lamp post In Central Park, (lollmer sent tho following loiter to tho Corporation Counsel's ofltcn yesterday: "I beg to state that It will he atinn lutely impossible for me to settle with tilt city for the damage claimed to have been caused by my machine, I am a young man earning n small salary and absolutely without property except tho machine, which Is now damaged beyond repair. I obtained this cur as n present tram a friend, and since I have had It it has kept me broke. I cannot see how the city can collect a Judgment from rat." PREDICTS TROUBLE IN CUBA. Mr. Woodruff, llnvmin llralilrnl, Ner ) niptnin nf Wiir. Henry T. Woodruff, whose American home Is In Hyrncuno and who has re sided somo time In Havana, returned yesterday by the Ward liner Havana from the Tuban capital with a pessi mistic view of affairs In the Island. Mr Woodruff Is 72 and n veteran nf the civil war, and ho believes he knows the symptoms of war when he sees them, Ho declares that they nre maul- I testing themselves In Cuba and that he should not be slirnrlspil In spa nn nnrtc. Ing on the Inuugurntloti of (Jen. Mario' Menocnl as President on May 30. i FILIPINOS ESCAPE INCOME TAX. Sn lli I'.irtn It I en us, leeorillnu In I Turin" Intendment. WvsimnutoX, May 7. An Important ' amendment to the Income tax section of the tnrllT bill was adopted by the House to-tlirjht It evempts citizens of the Philippines and Porto Itlco from taxa- , tlon on ihcir Incomes. The amendment was proposed by Hull of Tennessee by authority of the Ways and Means Committee. i ' .$4,000 FOR A WOMAN DEPUIY. Sicilian l.enies l.euile.i In i:iieimr- HKe I he I einlnlsl llovelnenl, ."prriitl I'tlhlr M;.nr A In Till' .St , ' CvTANIA, Sicily. May S -A widower by the name of Cllento. who died recently, lett Jin. noil to promote the feminist movement In Italy and M.00ntiii legacy to the first woman Depu.y PACIFIC DISSOLUTION HITCH. Neil l oiifereiiee on lliillrnnil I'tnn Ire l.iprctrd. Wash inchon. May 7. ittlcials of the Southern Pacific Itallnvirl are not satis fled with the plan drawn up by the directors of the fnloii Pacific for the dissolution of the Ilarrlman Hues mer ger and new conferences nre expected 1 to begin shortly In New York. Max- , well Kvarts of the' Southern pacific discussed the situation at some length with Attorne) -Ceneral McKeynolds j lo-dav. 1 Mr. K vail was infoiiued that the Allot Iiey-Ceiieinl can take no furthet i aetioii until a new plan Is submitted to him, but he hoped that a satisfac- Inly ngtei nietit can be reac'ied within ' the tune limit of Jul) 1 Mr. Mclteyn- , olds stiotiulv opposes an. further, ex'teiislotl of time DEATH CHAIR PLEA FOR PAL. Murderer Write District llliirnev .lost llefore I'irciil Inn. 1 i i District Attorney Whitman rend n letter yesletday sent to him by William , Lluuley, put to death on Monday nl Sln;r Slug for Ihe murder of Patrick ' ' Hums on Kebruury 17. 1812. The let-! iter was written font hums before Llngley went to the chair. I. l.'igley exculpates I'.alpb llosso. iv ho , Is seivlng ti ten years sentence for hold I Ing tii Cluseppe Dl Lutcu in company i ' with Llngley on a loof In IC.tst Nlnety , seventh stieet in April of last ear. Dl Lucca Identified llosso as one of the i men who held him up. , Lll.gle.v's letter will be s,.i ,, CoV. ' Sulzer for Investigation. , WOMEN WANT TO WATCH AGAIN. 1 iieHl In siilurr for I'lnees nl llir ! Poll.. Mre. Han lot Stanton Hiatch and .Mrs.. Kvan Mvans went to Albany yesterday to ask (lov. Sulzer to have Insetted In, the primary bill a clause giving women the right to act as watchets at tho polls. ' j The right was given to them thiee! years ago by a Itepubllcan Legislature j and Miss Kllzabclh nilsworth Cook , watched mi sharply on the Hovvery that . sixty men wet,, challenged and seveial , men convicted. The privilege was rescinded by the n xt Legislature. WILSON USES PARDON, POWER. Kinili II fnr First Tliur Mure lie; Tiink Office, WistllMiTOX, Muy "President Wll- j son exercised to-day his authority to pardon or commute sentences of Fed eral prisoners for the first time since I he assumed otllce. Favorable action was I taken In five cases. lie commuted the sentence of Lewis S, Hanks, who was sent to Atlanta , prison for twenty-one years for an al- ' tack on a girl In Indian Territory .n lnoo. Hanks is In poor health. I TITANIC SURVTV0R TO PRISON. Ilesertrr From r'rrneh Armjr Sen tenced to Two Vfin. Sprcial Cable Dtimlch lo Tnr. Six Pap.is, May ".-Sergt. Lagnel, a sur vivor of the Titanic disaster of April lfi, 1912, stood before n court mnrtlal this .iftrrnoon to answer a charge of having deserted from the army In 1911. Lagnel, after visiting Belgium, Hoi land and Kngland. went to America and found n good position. He re turned to France and took his wife and child with him on the Titanic. Ho remained In tho water for eight hours after tho ship went down. His wlfo and child were loet. Lagnel became homesick nnd eurren dered to the authorities early this month. Counsel assigned to t-agnel nsked for leniency for a survivor of tho world's grentest maritime disaster, hut the court sentenced him to two frears Imprisonment, ljignel, It was said, was picked up by tho boat which carrlpd Mrs. John Jacob Astor nnd other notable passengers. TIRE RIM HURLED SIXTY FEET. lllrvr Out nn llromlway anil Went Thru o Kb ShniT Wtndnir, A tuxlcah Ruing north on Hroadway at Forty-ninth street had a blowout at 11 o'clock Inst night and the forco of the bursting tire hurled the Iron hoop that formed tho detachable rim sixty feet. It struck a plate glass window in Drill Bros.' store and went through It. CRICAT IIKAB SPRINO WATKB. KM. rr cu of 6 l Hoppered bonltt.Aif, WITCHEL NAMED FOR COLLECTOR Victory for O'ttominu Ts Xnt So l,Val ns It Seems. rs M.OW AT TA JIM A XV Sonic Pidicvc lirciicli Bc iwccm Mmpli.v iiml O'tior niiiu Will Widen. SEVEN NAMES ItE.I ECTED Seiiiilor Thiiui-Iil to Hnve Mny ornlt Fiulil in New N oj-K in .Mind. W.vstitMiiox. May 7. John I n Mill hcl. Ptisiii, c; of the Hoard of i dernieti of Nt vv Yo.k u. vvld I e tiv next Collector in' (he Port of New York Piesiilent Wilson sent Mr Mitohel'a nam., to the Senate this afternoon Tlie sunning of Mr. .Mltcael is a tech nical victory for Senator O'Corman over Secretary McAdoo of the Treasut) . but It was ilenr to-night that Mr iiCoi man's triumph appeared to be m ire tfal than it actually was. The Senator recommend' d Mr Jlltchel to the President only after Mr Wilson had declined to appoint any of the set i ti men whose names li.nl been submit u d to him by Senator o'Corman. H.v appointing Mr Mltchel President Wilson has dealt a blow to Tammany which has hoprii to have a man In this imp, n Hint plate who at least would be friendly if not accommodating to thi oi gn itizul ! in. As v Ivwed In Washington the naming of Mr .Mltchel wi'l eventu al') b" an important factor In the ami Tamilian) movement In New York State. Likewise ihe piedictlou was made by Demounts that the naming of Mr. .Mltchel s cetlain lo widen the breach between Scnniois t lTSorman and Chnrles F. Murph). The relations be tween Mr. (I'Ciirinan and Mr Muipliy since the days before the llaltlmure con ventlin hale been strained and to-' day's developments will not be conduc ive to the conifoit of the Tammany chieftain. Senator I'Cortnan. It Is believed help, seized on .Mr. Mltehel's name to avoid what would ha ,e been a hard blow to Ills prestige Taiiinianv men In the llnue uete v.rv glum over the nomination of Mltchel. It came as a surprise to them and tor a few minutes after the nn iiouiicemetii was inaile ilii v were run ning around like mad. tr.viug to tlucl out what had happened. Hoprcscntutlve John .1. Fitzgerald of Hrooklyn and Daniel .1. Itloi'il.m and others from the -Manhattan delegation hurried over from th House and pulled Senator O'Cor man Into a coiner for u whispered con fetenie. After It was over the Turn man) men had nothing to say for pub lication, but they looked sour It was geneially agreed that the nnm Ing of Mltchel eliminated him ns a fusion candidate for Mayor. This seemed to be Ihe only beam of light for Tamilian) In to-duy'sitppolntment Some members of the New York State delega tion believe that Senator O'Corman, realizing that It was hopeless to land an organization man In the place, had the leuioval of Mltchel trom the Ma.vor.ilty race In mind when he pie sellted hfs name. The story was circulated that Mr. MItihel himself had made advances to Ihe Tammany organization a short time ago as to the possibility of his running for Mayor on the organization ticket. Murph), so It Is snld, let It be known that Justin- Dovvllng would be the choice President Wilson had Mr. Mltchel In mind for the Collectorshlp a month ago. At one time he seemed practically to have made up his mind to appoint Mr Mltchel, The fact became public and drew from' Mr. Mltchel a telegram that he favored the appointment of Dudley Field Malum, Senator O'Gorman's son-in-law. Secretary of the Trpnsury McAdoo stood steadfastly to the last for tho ap pnlntniPiit of Frank L. Polk. Senator O'Corman had a talk with Mr. McAdoo yesterday nnd ngaln served notice upon him that he would oppose tho nomina tion of Mr. Polk If it were sent to the Sennte, Mr. O'Oormnn hnd n talk with Presi dent Wilson this morning nnd tho Pres. Ident notified him Hint ho could not np polnt nny of the seven cnndldntes sug gested by Mr. O'Oormnn. These wero Thomas W. Churchill, president of tint Hoard of Kduratlon: Thomns M. Mulry, president of the Immigrant Savings Hank; Lawson Purdy, president of the Hoard of Tax Commissioners: John a. O'Keefe, a retired banker. William II. Rlllson, a former Corporation Counsel, and John Jerome Hooney, rhnlrman of the Hoard of Claims. President Wilson nsked Mr. O'Qorman to submit another name. He at onrn suggpstfid Mr. Mltchel. Mr. Wilson accepted It without delay, and In nn hour or two tho nomination wns before the Senate. It Is presumed that President Wilson ronferred with Mr. McAdoo with rognrd to Mr. Mltchel, or at (post was cognizant of Mr. MpAdoo's views. Tho fight ovpr the Npw York col-, lectorship has been the most trouble some patronage question that President Wilson has yet been oallrd on to set tle. Ills action to-day was accepted by most Democrats In Washington as cer tain evldenco that Tammany may ex pect no favors from tho hands of tho new Administration and that Mr. Wil son will lie found with the Democrat nf New York State, who are fighting Murphy. This does not mean, howeyw, M'B-l-aj-ajByjBjayjB.saj 'P '"HHs