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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Cloudy and warmer, probably local showers
to-day and to-morrow. ,,
Detailed weather reporft will be found on page IS,
VOL. LXXX. NO. 299.
NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1913. Copyrlpnt, 1913, by the Sun Printing and Publishing Atiociation.
PRICE TWO CENTfr
Sul7.pi' Acts Quickly on Bar
Justice Accused of Having
Victor Company Papers
DID PROMISE IXFM'EXCE
Hi? Reply to Connolly's At tuck
I Declared "Untrue nnd
vpnt. .Iitne. 25. Immediately after
receiving from Gov. Sulzer the findings
of the grievance committee of the New
York Bar Association supporting .lohn
A Connolly's charges against Supreme
Court Justice Daniel K. Cohalan. to-!
Kcth-r with a special message from the I nnd the fond mother gives In. The
(Pernor requesting an Immediate andimo,hc" Hre continually exploltlns their
exhaustive Investigation, the Leglsln
t ire appointed a Joint committee of
tUfp Senators nnd three Assemblymen
n make preliminary arrangements for
the hearing that will b held by the
mm Judiciary Committee beginning at 1
Ji o'clock next Monday. j
The committee of the Senate consists i
of s'er.ator Murtnugh of Klmlra, chair
man of the Senate Judiciary Commit
tee Senator Pollock of Manhattan and
senator Co.itcs of the "Kranklln-St.
i awrence district. The Assemblymen's
committee Is composed of Assemblyman
.vy of New Vork, Assemblyman Patrie ,
if Greene and Assemblyman Adler of i
.Monroe. Coates and Adlcr arc" the lie-I
publicans on the Joint Investigating
Itrcrsa Cntll rt Week.
The I.pls1:itllr. tn,.k r.....u .....it
The Joint Judiciary Committee met to. '
n.slu and elected Senator Murtaugh
nairman. It was decided to hav the
first hearing on Monday morning at 10
, lock In ihnsrMt.r-hUwr
The .special mes
-is as follows:
:-e srtevance commit!
1 nn nt Ihn liar nf t V,
g.nnnni'Ml Iti.l U ,u t.cAn rA......b. .
euge of the Governor I before the King nnd Queen and Presl- l"c ..1. ..." ...LV
. . . ' j . ...i.u . L-uii in iiiiiuus n. rrar, ounivci . 11 1
ure:. On June 5. 1S13, lde saddles. ,,, , 3;-.iV ... Z uih.c.
- .uu ti-iiiT.ivu IU . - -.-
investigate certain charges made against nnd for the last four days has been
H-m Daniel K. Cohalan. a Justice of the practising with n side saddle. She will
Sji'reme Court of the State of Xew also abandon her usual eiiy costume
irk in and for the Kirst Judicial DI- nnd weir a tall hat and the correct rid
tr;' and by a communication in writing ins hnblt
addressed to said Justice Cohalan in-' Miss Hnyd maintain", however, tin
ned him or his attorney to confer with superiority of riding astride, not be
the counsel for said committee. cause she thinks It Is easier, which It !s
' not with s.inn- hore, hut been use she
Cobalan Aakeil Inqnlrr. ' 10,i1m tlmt th ny tl.r(PCt hor.xeman-
"Mr Justice Cohalan on June 12, 1513, ' ship Is .-lympathetle horsemanship, nnd
Eivlred such committee that In his opln- that cannot be attained with the side
In it had no Jurisdiction over the sub- , saddb-. "Moreover" she added, "side
'et matter and that he intended to pre- riding Is cru-l to th horses, especially
nt the matter to me. as the Governor In Jumping ot riding lone distances."
f tt State: and thereafter the said' The announepmeni of the decree has
Justice dddressed a communication to awakened much contemptuous criticism
as follows: , of those who favor side riding. A
'"Charges have recently appeared In prominent American hnri-eman at
!.-.e public press of this city emanating ' Mympla t-ald he wjs amazed at tne
f-"m one John A. Connolly reflecting ' sqiieamls'hness of the management,
-ifon my conduct In my professional Judire Moore of New York won an-
re.afions to him. If you deem It proper
ana compatitue witn tne puiuic interest
I ask that ou direct the attention of,
"i Legislature about to convene In ex-
laordlnary session to these charges for j
vKh action as It may deem proper, since
i v lew of my Judicial position the Leg-1
oii'uro Is the only body having Jurls
'! 'i n 10 Investigate and act In the
' I thereupon requested Bald grievance
mm ilee of the Association of the
' ir to file with me any and all exhibits
i 'l facts In its possession, together
nn lis report, recommendation and
nrluslon regarding the same, und
a.i -n their receipt I advised said com-
ip nee I would take further action In -
on June 28, 1913, T received a re-
pr- In writing, with exhibits thereto
arnxed. from the said committee on
'rjovance of the Association of the Har
"f 'he City of Xew York respecting this
"11'te-, and I considered It proper that
.-me ne immediately transmuted
' f" s I.c&rtslAtiirn for nnnronrlatp ne
t n In the premises.
Onrprnor Calls fnr Artlnn.
"Accordingly I herewith transmit
tnl Legislature, and as part of this
message at this time, copies of the said
tepori nf the said grievance committee,
Kii',.ihr with said exhibits, and ro-
pr 1 fully suggest that, pursuant to
Ankle vi section 11, of the Con
' 'niion, and the other provisions of
-w 'hat may bn applicable thereto, the
-nme receive the Immediate attention
' 'h Legislature, and that a thorough
Bid ivhnustlvo Investigation and ex
nm, nation be made and the true facts
" 'rt.iined; that fair and full oppor
' "i '.v for their presentation be given
' th parties interested, Including tho
-e.snntutlves of the Har Association
' 'he r-ity f Sew York, nnd that after
i- ' iim nation nnd henrlnr, In ac -
.binee wh the Const.tut.on and .he
1 diminution nnd henrlnp, In nc
" uio niaio ox new t urn. wim
'?"0.ituro take such
action In tho
i.ms , nnnn on urenii-u nt,
e message was read In both houses.
I harge Supported,
he Har Association's committee
ni unanimously supported the charge...
" of the pM,ftts f ,he Victor Heat-
'.mpnnv as pay for Influence In
nB rltv con.rnc.s for the company.
Continued on Second Page,
MR. PAGE'S NEW HOME.
Report lie's Tr)ln In l.raae Dakr
nf Mitnchratrr'a llnme.
. ,,,,,r iirttiitra in 1 111: :v
I.ciNfxi.v, June 25. A report Is current,
"lit cannot lip confirmed, I lint Am'oajs.i- ,
dor Waiter II. Page la trying to Ipnsc
Hip Dultp of Manchester's town housV
nt 5 Grosvenor Square, which the
Duke's ngente have been offering for
rent for some time.
Tlip Duke refuses to grant a longer
lease thnn Pleven nnil one-half months".
The house Is comfortable, Imt unpre
tentious. It would be tost In onn of the
TTrtT'Vn ,lrnwl"R rooms of Dorchester House, the
riy -l',home of Whltplnw Held when he was
Ambassador, The rent would ho about
J17.000 to $20,000.
Grosvenor .Square Is one of the most
aristocratic parts of London. Many
titled persons live there. .1. p. Morgan
has n house In tin- square, where Mrs.
.lohn Astor nNo resides. The Japanese
and Italian embassies are located there.
INSANITY LAIDTO HOME LIFE,
Alienist ) Prtlptl rhlldrrn (I ft
KKomniiln, Thru llrrnk llon.
Ciucaoo, June Ho. Present day home
lifts 1m the cause of much of the Increase
In Insanity, says Dr. II. C. Xorrls of
Edcrlln. X. I)., n delegate nt the Xn
tlonul Congress of Alienists and Xeu
"Instead of being trained to be a
member of the family the boy of to
day la taught to be President of tho
United States." Dr. Nurrls said. "The
children are being petted nnd allowed
to havp their own way until they get
an exalted Idea of their Importance.
If they desire candy or anything
else all they hae to do Is to cry a hit
children as the brightest ever, nnd con.
sen.uent!y ihey develop egomania.
"Egomania results In a lack of self
control and finally a nervous and men
tal breakdown, which leads to the In
NO RIDING ASTRIDE,
QUEEN MARY'S ORDER
All Women nt Olympia Horse
Show To-tlny Must le
SpffuU t'ntttf Prritcf, to Tmf Pi
1..im.v. .Iiinp fliienn Mnrv's int. '
heslon to the Vlctorlnn proprieties Is ! confiscated several of the more fiery
doubtless responsible for en edict Is- ' newspapers,
cued by the management of the Inter- Mr Deride tor War To-dn.
national Horse Show at nivmpla to1 . . . v,nu.
the effect that all women competitors I The situation Is becom nK wceAlnM
,n ,h orte..Mnn ,...tn'""lcult nd It Is Impossible to forecast
' .i. ri . , , I l 1 1:11 l , 11 ilia 1- "Ulllt-l. Ill- 11,1a iiiiii-
. 1 dent Poincnre to-morrow must use . ' , ., . .
ee of the Assocln- tb P-'d has been, the niost 1 ' rlment of the
fin. r.f v vt, rnnsnloi-.nu. aniMiiir Him wnmon who rlilp . I1 U,e "en" Innl '"Purmieni OI tnt
natrlitr.. .ht h lin-A't.fl tn th HrrrA '
other first ir!7.e to-day with Lord nnd
ntjv sentnn in the "ntipolntment" class,
Von nls, the Iterkeley challenge
r., for four-ln-hnnds e.ceedlng 15V4
hand." and first prize with Lady Seaton
as sng,. horse driven by n woman.
SHOWS HE'S FANCY AUTO DRIVER
1 m , f r ' , . , . . . . . 1 . r. . ..... 1.
nl In the Tent.
1 Patkkpon, X. J June 25. Walter W.
Westervelt, Jr.. lawyer, of Hackensack,
, will have to tiracVne on an open track
''before he will get n license to drive an
I To-day he appeared before State In -
I spector Andrew A. Klbow for his practl-
I cnl test. He hnd to take Inspector
i Kltmw out for n ride.
1 He wan ordered to take a corner at
j a steep grade. The machine went so
fast It became unmanageable, Jumped
the curb, slewed nround n house, pushed
a carrloro stepping stone into ine mreei
and crashed Into an mitomoblle stand
ing across the street. Then westervelt
found tho brake and stopped his car.
Westervelt's nutomoblle did not suffer
nny material damage, but the one It hit
was smished. It will cost him 1200
to repair it. Ho will make-another at
tempt later on to get a license.
DROPS DEAD IN CHAMBER.
Prrm-h llrnnlr Had Worked
Xlllht nn III" speeph.
Sptnal fatlt Hmmleh tn Tm 8t v.
Pahis, June 25, Kdouard Aynard, a
Republican Deputy from Lyons, died
to-day in the Chamber of Deputies as
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cVin t "hrked'on
.1. . '.' n .hmMpi, ih nlBht at.
-iK i.iu .loati, tn hurt
rrd an the Chamber
,.....,,,.,, .,. ..
SUOril.V niiri uvttpin .,,,n.
i ......, ...,.u .,. ,,, ,,-i, u ,nrt
not lose consciousness but Joked about
. . . , !., . L, nh.n,hn.
' J'Y" 1 . .. .. ."' :L,V -
, ..! ... ., l,m ICh.n
I lllUI,-,, , ,'llllllh , ,f.
Premier Louis Hnrthoii came to see
! M. Aynard the dying man said with
I a smile: "If the great ones of the
ear n tome mi. muse -r ,.r,.
-M; 'V'na,r 8 anker. "n1 V"'
' " . ' 'I ','L T T"? "
an 1 member of th' Institute He was
? , ' " ' " L "!
,.,,,.,.n ......-..,.. oo r..u p.i,
1 for the first time In 1J89.
SERBS ROUT BULGARS
IN A BLOODY BATTLE
Five HundrVd Killed in All Day
Fighting in Northwest
FKAR WAR IS 1XKVITAM.K
Montenegrins Willing to Send
10,000 Men to Aid the
Sptcml CahU ViiwffA fo Tiir Si n
HtxoRAhK, Juno 25. "War Is Hegun"
Is the headline In the newspapers here
tins afternoon, announcing a senou-1
battle between Servians nnd Hulgarlans
In northwest Ma.-edonln. which lasted
from 1 o'clock this morning until 6 In
the evening and resulted in the llulgars
being routed. The combined losses are
s.i Id to be 500 killed.
According to an official statement the
Bulgar.i made an attack on the Servian 1
positions on the right bank of the Zle-.
tovo River, between Kratovo and Kotch- (
ana. The attack was repulsed after
more serious flshtlng than any yet re
potted since the beginning of the quar
rel between Serb and llulgnr
HnlRam Hritan Attack.
t'nofllclnl reports say that about 12,000
Hulgars, accompanied by 500 bomb
throwers, attempted to pierce the Ser
vlan lines and the
e guns Into nctlon
accepted the cballeng
artillery and machin
and sent a call for reen
artillery duel was kept up nil .-hrougb
tin' day. and the Servians repeatedly
charged the llulgars nt the point of the
lmonet all along the line, driving many
of the enemy Into the river The tlu:-
gars finally retreated acros? the rier
and were not pursued 'the pissengers who were killed nnd have not seen or heard of her. It Is
The news of the luttle has caused t)()5P wj,0 were most serlou-.'y injured. her father's belief that some person at
tremendous excitement in Ilelgrade and .. npxt tf,ree coaches behind those ' trncted by the girl's youth and beauty
has embittered the feeling against Mill- ' tn.t roiH nto the river left the rail" plotted to get her nwny nnd seized her
garla. The war party makes no at- ',..- ,,nrtlnllv wrecked. The slv rear ' as she walked unsuspectingly out of
1 tempt to conceal Its elation, as It be- rar, m,.iudlng the dining and sleeping 'the hot.l.
j lleves that the quarrel with Itulgarla 1 c'aJ.'f' no, 1p1vp , ,-alls and their' Miss McCarthy has been in New York
must now be fought out on the fl eld. I 0,.cu',,ants were not injured beyond get- since January, nt which time she left
I Those who favor arbitration of the dls-1 llnR fl ;pVprP shaking u,i. The engine the Sacred Heart Convent nt Torres
I pine are dismayed nt the news and the . baggage cars did not leavj dale, Pa nnd came to live with her
! Government Is doing Its utmost to quell j
the ecltement. The authorities h.ive
to enter a Cablntt committed to a pa
cific policy The Skupshtlna has been
summoneij for a special session to-morrow.
If It outvotes M. Pnsltch. which
Is not expected, wnr will be Inevitable.
The Montenegrin General Vukotlteh Is
here. He Intended to nccompany M.
Pasltch to Si. Petersburg to see the
Czar In regnrd to the arbitration of th
dispute with llulgnrin. He says he will
remain here to await m-velopments. It
Is understood that In the event of war
Montenegro will make comm m rnuse
with Servia and would place 10.000 men
In the field. The presence of those
troops at Mltrovltza would relieve the
Servians from garrison duty and prevent
trouble v.-tth the Albanians and Mncf
IS A MAN'S BOD PROPERTY ?
l"lln It- Araneil In Plant lrr
the I, ale K, . Pnlntrr.
Uai.ti.more, Md., June 25. Argument
was begun to-day In the Circuit Court
on tho demurrer to the petition for a
receivership for the vlsrern of Kdward
O. Painter, the fertilizer manufacturer
Dr. Charles Glaser, the Baltimore
chemist who analyzed the stomach of
Mr. Painter for trace of poison, was on
the stand. Attorney Arthur L. Jackson,
who. with former Judge A. J. Stewart of
Jacksonville, represents Painter's rela
tives In the three cornered fight, ob
jected strenuously to the taking of
testimony. Judge Duffy overruled this
motion and then Indicated by questions
that he contemplated holding the re
mains In the clerk's office.
Attorneys for the United States Fi
delity and Guaranty Company, which
had Issued a 120,000 accident policy to
Mr. Painter, were desirous of proceeding
with the testimony. Attorney Jackson
maintained that the body of a man or
parts of tho body were only quasi prop
erty, and, further, that they maintained
that standing only to the relatives of
the deceased. He tald they were not
property In a sense of being attachable
or subject to receiverships. Arguments
on the demurrer were not concluded.
STOCK TRADE APPROVED.
Mpllpjnolds Pavnrs Kxrhaaae Of.
fered ' Pennn j'lrnnla.
, Washington, June 25. There Is little
doubt now that the Southern Pacific
Cnlon Pacific dissolution plan, which
, con. -
I and Oh o stock owned ny tne renr
I vnnht Railroad for i
i stock owned by the Union Pacific,
Mr. Mcllcynolds conferred to-day
with Chairman Lovett of the Union
Pacific honrd and Paul D. Cravuth,
counsel for the railroad. Judge Lovett
will confer with the Attorney-General
"Tho Indications now," said tho
Altornev-General nfter the conference,
"are that a satisfactory agreement will j
or nrnvru ni mi ui? wirini.ui in hip
entire $126,000,000 of the Union Pacific
holdings In the Southern Pacific and
that this agreement will be submitted
to the court at St. Paul before July I."
Penn.Klwnla RsllrMd nfw tr.la to Cblm
,rtv(1 PrnMyiytnit RW10B ,,, T
1 Sl!. "2? ""S1 V&X
'-JTiT. . VXulli. 'tI....V ;inln. L'
1m nW IB villMtlvi iaivH iv-it vmtw
eoacbsi; U umlAtf.
CJovernment. but no soldier willing
EUGENIC LAW IN PENNSYLVANIA.
t'lrat Mnte In aim nrh a Marriage
HARitism-i-.ii. June 25. I'ennsylvanla
became the first Stn.'.e to-day to adopt
a "eugenic tnnrrlage" license .act. The
measure, which onssed the House
several weeks ago, went through the
Senate this afternoon by a vote or
30 to ft. All the medical societies of
the State had urged the passage of the
The act prohibits the Issuance of a
marriage license to persons afflicted
with n transmissible dlseuse and sped-
ties that no license shall Ik- Issued
when either of the contracting persons
Is on Imbecile or under guardianship ns
a person of unsound mind.
It provides that no male person shall
be permitted to marry who Is or has
been within live years nn Inmate of any
county nsylum or home for indigent
persons, unless It satisfactorily appears
lha.1 thp cause of such condition has
been removed nnd that such male appll-
nut has become physically nble to sup-
t n fatnjy
It is also stipulated In the act that
marriage license" shall ni: be granted
to persons who are under the Influence
of intoxicating liquors or of narcotics.
FIGHT DEAD 22 HURT
muni ULnu, an uuiii
TM HTT&WA WRPfK
lW Ullnlin II riDUIV
Pn snPHU'CI CondlC- of ClI II tlllf II II
Pacific Kxprcss Train
(in-AW. Ont. June 25 Hlght pas
if "Kf1 ''7,.'"?:"
iJ:L ni MeKe' l,;"
mtM' WP.t of her,-, at
, '.iQ "this ,1 fternoon. ' '
sengers were killed nnd twenty-two in-
":30 this afternoon. '
A spreading rail and proMbly a
! nlb". d,r ule'eliLSem into.
.1., ,.,., it u-.,r when, thev were half.
,,..,. These two ear" contained
Almost nil the killed and injured were
Scotch. Irish and Kngllsh immigrants '
who werp on their way to homes tn
Alberta and Saskatchewan. They had
arrived on the sieamshtp lretorlan.
which arrived nt Montreal from Glas
The list of killed at 10:30 to-night is
Mrs, JANK Me.SKILl.Y. Glasgow, Scot-; stitution cnrertil in the selection or Its
land. ..tied i. passenger to K.lmoiuon pupils, and Prof. Clarke went to the
JOHN PLACK. Glasgow. 21. pasiencer hotel on Monday night to make ar
to IMmnnton ; ransemenls for her attendance. She
In" to Wlnnlpee 1 ""K'
t'nldentltled bov about v
PATRICK MCLVi:NA, County Antrim.
lreMnd. used 25
JOHN MtMHMK. rkne. Scotland,
aged 30. i.isen-r to Calgary.
JOHN HOGG. County rWry, Ir-lind.
aed 30. p.ienger to Calgary. ,
Child alwiut n months old. believed to be
child of utildentltleil woman.
Supt. Charles Murphy of the (M-
ndlan Pacific here will Mart an Inves-
ligation to-morrow as will alo th- nKF" '"" " " ""re -urn-Hoard
of Railway Commissioners of the , us avenue near Severn y-socond street
r. .i .o.nin ih pjiii... ami i tn mako a few purchases. Mrs. Mc-
,.sihi . Hv th.. Mum for ihe
Three section men who were working on
the track are missing nnd it Is believed
that they were killed, having probably
stepped aside ns the train approached.
They were probably carried down into
the river underneath one of the cars
that rolled down the embankment.
FIRST DIP IN SURF KILLS BABY.
Krla-ht and Nhnek nf Wntrr lnp
ATt.ANTto Citt, June 25. Israel Rroun.
stein. 2 years old. of 2325 lloardwalk,
was killed by fright to-day when his
mother plunged him Into the kurf.
The shock of the quick dip Into the
comber caused the baby's heart to stop
beating nnd he was dead when his
mother lifted him out.
Little Israel was greatly frightened
nt his first sight of tho waves. He
screamed when his mother took him
near the water.
Mrs. Brounsteln thought she would
cure his fear by a sudden dip. Dr.
BoBsert worked over htm for an hour,
but could not revive him.
TO SIGN SUFFRAGE BILL TO-DAY.
Gov. Danne et Hoar fnr Act It's
Si-niNfiriKl.n. 111.. June 25. Gov. Dunne
set 9:30 o'clock to-morrow morning as
the hour for signing the woman suf
frage hill after a conference to-day with
Attorney-Goneral P. J. Luccy and Hiram
The opinion of the Attorney-General
does notjiass on the constitutionality of
the suffrage measure and winds up by
saying It Is n difficult problem and one
for tho courlrt to decide.
TWO SAVE GIRL IN EAST RIVER.
Shop lilrl and He,raera rtroaght tn
Shore In To,
Two men saw n woman struggling for
life In the East River 200 feet from the
foot of Nineteenth street last night.
Roth dived In and swam to her res
cue. They were having difficulty when
Capt. Uroadhead came along In a Xew
York, New Haven and Hartford tug and
threw them n line.
The woman wos taken to Hellevue
Hospital, where she was r.vlvrd. She
gave her name ns Sarah Levlne. She
said she Is a shop girl and lives at the
Baron de Hlrsch Home In Host Sixty
third street. She refused to tell how
she came to be In the river.
The two men who dived Into the
river nre John Hastings, 265 Avenue C.
and Kdward Herman. 287 Avenue C.
r.ir' arts aPMINfl M'ATKR.
atr cast ol I (IM ttyptrtd bottlM.-Ja'v.
GIRL FROM CONVENT
Left 72d Street Home Tuesday
on Errand to Store nnd
. , , c,
.SEARCH OH 80 HOI R FAILS
., , .,. fion ,.rni-t li v
(Parents SllJ Helen .MtUHtllJ,
Hi. Was Abducted and Is
Miss Helen McCarthy, the sixteen-year-old
daughter of John A. McCarthy,
a wealthy newspaper broker lllilg at
tlio Hotel Harcrave, 110 West Seventy
WC( strrp(, disappeared .mysteriously
T , . mornnBi ,! after searching
( llnHUCc;jlHfly for Ul,rly.H,s ,,, her
parents recpiested last night that a de-
! -rit"n r h 1 - " ,r,a" nst 1 ' ,hp
iimllcp n tht, 1ope lIwt soiiip clll9 lo her
w,lrrt,abo""' '" found.
.-r(,m the moment that the girl left
the apartment to go on nn errand to a
nearby stun- nil trace of her has been
lost. Inquiry among the hotel nttend-
i nnts. of persons along the street nnd at
the stole to which she was sent has
failed to disclose any Information. Po
licemen In uniform nnd detectives have
questioned hundreds of persons, but not
one fins been found who remember
has lng seen the girl,
Her parents are distracted and, as
'hey ...1,1 the simple far,, of their j
daughter's life last night they declared i
,h,'lr MM ,hat RO,m' ono ,n(!V hor nwny I
', . . ""''"" ' I
" ' sue ,s .- c.n some-
'"' " ' -
She had few acquaintances or friends 1
In thl city, and those who knew her
prirpnts. They lived at Torresdnle until
two years ago. The girl never went out
alone nnd her father nnd mother were
her constant companions.
Her music lessons were the one thing
In which she appeared to be most Inter
ested. Her pnrents decided recently to send
her to the Groff School, M West Knd
nvenun and Bea-enty-flftrl'Vtree-.. nn In-
Ilpinril in Sehnnl Plana.
The girl overheard the conversation
and expressed opposition to the plans,
saying she preferred to give the time
to her music. Her objections were over
ruled, however, and Mrs. McCarthy
! was ready to take her daughter to the
I 'l Tuesdny morning,
'"f" ' Parted -Mrs. McCarthy
. 'nrthy has an account there and she
gaxe Helen no money.
It was 9:15 o'clm-k when the girl left.
She had been to the store frequently
and when she did not roturn promptly
1 np'" mother became nlnrmed. She went
to the store herself nnd learned that no
one had seen Helen. Then she in
quired anxiously of the hotel attendants
and learned nothing to calm her fears
telephoned for Mrs. McCarthy.
fieneral tlarm Sent Onl.
The police of the West Sixty-eighth
street station were appealed to nnd the
search was liegun at once. Photographs
of Helen were shown everywhere In the
neighborhood, but to no avail. The
pollcp were nsked to keep the fact of
her disappearance confidential and they
went on with jhelr work without making
public nny description of the girl. Their
efforts to find any trace of her proving
futile Mr. McCarthy then nsked that
thp facts be published and that a general
alarm lie sent out.
Helen's paarnts can explain nothing.
They believe the girl Is restrained, but
know of no one who could be Inter
ested In her detention. She had no
money, they are sure, and they say
she wouldn't attempt to go away alone.
She has never spent money herself.
She knows nothing about the city. Sho
never was In school here and had been
to very few places where she met young
people of her own age.
Her photographs show her to be
pretty. She looks even younger than
sho Is. She is well built and has a
wealth nf 'dark .brown hnlr which she
wore In n braid. She Is 5 feet In height
nnd weighs 120 pounds. When she left
home she wore a pink linen dress with
a black velvet belt, n blue straw hat,
black silk stockings and black lace
Mr, McCurthy was formerly propri
etor of the Knirkrrhnrker Pit. nt Al
bany. Mrs, McCarthy Is o sister of
Bishop Frederick W. Rooker, formerly
Bishop of Allmny
$42 FOR BUNCH OF ROSES.
Anellnn nf llouqnet Held In Honor
nf "Alrxanilra l)."
Sprcint Calile Httpatch to Tint Bi v.
London, June 25. In honor of "Alex
andra Day," when all England hIiows Its
lovn for King George's mother on tho
anniversary of her nrrlval In England, a
bunch of roses was put up at auction
at the sale at Christie's to-day of the
Sir John Murray Scott collection and
was purchned by a Bond street denier
for seven guineas (142).
The rale of roses has been a feature
of the celebration of "Alexandra Day,"
scores nf tieeressrv sellln'r the Mowers
In the streets, Hie money being devoted
to the charities in which Quetn Alex-
andra Is Interested.
KITE FULLS BOY FROM ROOF.
J'loitKfM Ms Slnrle o Death Cop-
Inn tea War.
As James Koslna, a boy of II, flew
his kite from the roof of 1521 Avenue A
yesterday the wind that swept .across
the Knst Illver suddenly Increased al
most to a gate. His air machine was
rigged for only a. smart breeze and
pulled the boy to the edge of the roof.
.James didn't think of letting go his
kite string, but clung to the coping.
There enme an extra tin at the line nnd
the coping gave way. '."he boy fell alx
stories and was killed Instantly,
L. H. SEVERANCE DEAD.
Mnmlnril nil Vtoe-Prmhlpnl I'nsses
Ci.evki.ani, Ohio, June 25.- I.ouls H.
Severance, vlcp-presldeht of thp Stand
ard OH Company, died here suddenly
Mr. Severance was long Identified with
this city, hut for years had spwu most
of hi' lime In Xew Vork.
AUBREY B0UCICAULT VERY ILL.
Artnr Stricken In Rmntlnar Cafe,
Hnnposeilly !' Ileal.
Aubrey Ilouclcault, the HCtor, be
came 111 yesterday afternoon In tho
Kalserhof, at Itroadway und Thirty
ninth street. He was tBken to- the
New York Hospital In n critical condi
tion and had not recovered conscious
ness Wist night.
Mr. Ilouclcault, who Is 45 yeans old
,nml ,VM nt 0,3 Wpst K0rty-nlnt.h
street, was setting In the cafe with Alex
ander Frank'of 201 Vest Eighty-fourth
.street. Suddenly he fell to the floor.
Dr. Shrock of the Xcv York Hospital
said he thought the Illness wn duo to
CHANGES HIS NAME BACK AGAIN.
rinnn ne una awea
Danle, 1 W.nthrope. an Instructor
in English and mathematics at 9.
Mornlngside avenue, who changed his
name from Dalnel Bell Leary on April 1
last, got permission yestenlny from !
Supreme Court Justice Glegcrlch to take
the name Leary again.
Leary said he changed his name
originally nt the rviuest of hi mother.
Mrs. Sellnn Hell Leary, who has. since
died, and he didn't know nt the time
that he would cause pain nnd humllia
.lon for his father, Daniel Leary. He
finds he has done so. and for this reason
takes his old name.
WOMAN TO EXPLORE ALASKA.
Jobe Alone tn lntl- I'nknown
Trlkea Far North.
Miss Mary L. Jobe, professor of his
tory In Mie Normal College in this city,
will start a week hence from Prince
Rupert, B. C, for the practically unex
plored regions of northern British Co
lumbla and southeastern Alnska. She
will be accompanied only by two Indian
Miss Jobe. who Is a veteran of several
exploring expeditions Into the Selkirk
Mountains of southern Jlritlsh Columbia
nnd who was one of two women who
with Prof. Herschel Parker were tho
first to set foot on Mount Sanford. the
highest mountain of the Selkirk range,
announced her plans last night nt her
home, 50 Mornlngside. Park West. She
will start for Irlnce Rupert to-day
GET YELLOW 'VOTES' PARASOLS.
MnRrastlsta Will Have Vellorr Bath
ing; "nits lint nn July 4.
Yellow "Votes for Women" parasols
were received at the Xatlonal Suffrage
headquarters yesterday for use at the
Fourth of July puffrage picnic nt Long
The picnickers will wear yellow bath
ing suits and caps In the surf In the
morning. At noon they will eat a yel
low lunch, consisting of chicken, stuffed
eggs, potato salad, corn bread, sponge
enke, oranges, bananas nnd Iced tea. The
suffragists will be guesin of ex-Senator
TO STUDY PRODUCE SHIPMENTS.
Depnrtmrnt nf Agrlenllnre Sprelol
lat Will Conduct Inmllgatlon.
Washington, June 25. What hap
pens to the garden produce of nil kinds
from the time It leaves the farmer un
til It reaches the consumer will be the
subject of an exhaustive Investigation
by the office of mnrketri of tho United
States Department of Agriculture.
Secretary of Agriculture Houston has
ordered the Investigation with n view
to getting down to the bedrock of the
question of transportation nnd han
dling an a factor In the general prob
lem of the advances In the cost of food
stuffs. A npeclallst on the marketing
of perishable products will he In charge
of the Investigation. Ho will study
conditions In various sections to deter
mine the feasibility of n market new
service similar to the present crop re
porting system of the Department's hu
reau nf statistics.
The best method of making ntntlstlcs
dealing with perishable products useful
to the farmer nnd the truck gardener
will be another matter studied.
CAN'T GET $750 GRAFT BACK.
Frnlt Vender Loses Nnlt tn Recover
Money- "For an Alderman,"
The Appellate Term of the Supremo
Court decided yesterday thnt Samuel
Gordon cannot recover $750 he said he
paid out partly In graft for permission
to operate a fruit and soda stand In
front of 51 West Twenty-second street.
The court heard a suit brought by
Gordon against Benjamin Doktor, In
which Gordon testified thnt he under
stood that the- grnft was tn go to the
Alderman in the district. The record
does not show that the Alderman actu
ally got the money,
Gordon testified that he threatened to
tell his story to the District Attorney,
but refrained from doing so because
Doktor promised Ii!h $760 would be re
turned. He said Doktor told him that
If the city authorities compelled him to
1 move his stand he would get his money
j hack, nnd although he had to move he
1 didn't it the money.
Lawyer Lauterbacli and Rep
KOTIf MAKE DENIALS
Emissaries Said to Have
Promised to Prevent Cnion
DISUriSED THEIR APPEALS
Wanted Certain Attorneys Hired
So ns to firense Way nt
VASUl(lTO, June 25. Judge Robert
S. Lovett, chairman of the board of di
rectors of the I'nlon Pacific naltroad.
laid bare to-night the details of what
he characterized os a conspiracy to
force the Cnlon Pacific to pay a large
gum of money under the guise of coun
sel fees to head off threatening unfavor
able legislation by Congress.
Judge Lovett, testifying before tho
Senate Lobby Committee under oath,
named Edward V. Lauterbach, the New
York lawyer and former lieutenant of
11. H. Odell In Xew York State Republi
can politics, as Involved In this con
spiracy. Judge Lovett also charged that
a man who purported to be Daniel J.
itiurt'.an, the Tammany Congressman,
also was a party to the plot. Judge
Lovett added that he Is confident a third
man was the moving spirit behind Lau
terbach nnd the person who gave the
name of Rlordnn. but Mr. Lovett did
not feel warranted In disclosing the
name of this third suspect.
The rnilroad man also dragged Into
the Inquiry the name of Representa
tive Robert L. Henry, chairman of tho
House Rules Committee and the au
thor of the money trust resolution. Mr.
Lovett testified thnt Henry's name hsd
been mentioned by Lauterbach ns ono
of the radicals In Congress who were
preparing to move In a way tiat might
cause trouble for the Union Pacific In
its dissolution proceedings and In other
Director Get Wnrnlnfti.
Initerbach. according to Judge
Lovett, on several occasions warned
Union Pacific directors of threatening
agitation by the radicals In Congress
and volunteered his services to smooth
the path. Lauterbach, so the witness
charged, represented that he could
calm the turbulent elements; that in
fact the ways were already greased.
Judge Lovett testified that the nun
who purported to lie Representative
Rlnrdan also bad been active In Lau
terbach's Interest. The self-styled Con
gressman called Judge Lovett on the
elephone several months ago and rep
resenting that there was a llkellhoJ
of trouble ahead In Congress, suggested
Lcuterbach ns the man who could re
move the threatened obsUcles.
Similar ipprecentatlons were made
over tho telephone to powerful Wall
Street men by the person who purported
to be Rlordnn.
Judge Lovett made it clear that he
had grivi- doubts whether Congressman
Rlordnn knew anything about the mat
ter. He suspected that the. man who
did the telephoning may have been an
Likewise Judge Lovett was certain
that Mr. Lauterbach exerclned no con
trol over Representative Henry. Judge
Lovett testified that the only way In
which Mr. Henry's name had been men
tioned by Lauterliach was merely as
one of the radicals In Congress who
were certain to make trouble.
Drtilal h lllnrdan and Henry.
Representative Rlordnn said to-night
that he knew nothing of the telephone
conversation referred to by Judge
"I hne never spoken tn him over
the telephone or otherwise," said Rlor
dan. "In fact. I have never seen him
In my life. I know Mr. Lauterbach)
by sight only, and I never have con
versed with him on this or on any
other subject. If Judge lovett Is cor
rectly quoted, some one used my name
without authority. I have absolutely
nn knowledge of the matter."
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.(.- nir main I la ,1 tllmf- (It
me," said Representative Henry. "I
have contemplated no action In a legis
lative way against the Union Pacific.
I thought the whole, question In dispute
wns In the courts. So fnr as I am con
cerned I never contemplated giving the
Union Pacific any trouble. My name
was used without authority of course.
I have known Judge Lovett for a long
time, but have not seen him for-many
Others Who Will Re f'nlled.
Ah tho result of Judge Lovett's testi
mony Otto II. Knhn of Kuhn, I.oeh A
Co., Lewis Cass Ledynrd, Maxwell
Evarts, Edward Lauterbach, Repre
sentatives Rlordnn and Henry and
others will he called.
Judge Lovett himself had personal
knowledge of only the one conversation
'over tho telephone with the person who
represented himself os Rlordan. The
rest of his testimony was from state
ments that had been made to him hy
Mr, Kahn, Maxwell Bvarts, Lewis Casa
Led yard and others.
The most of Mr. Lauterbach's activ
ities, according to the testimony, were
In conversations with Mr, Kahn.
Mr, Lovett hnd been summoned be
fore the commltteo to explain the In
terview wMch he gave out In Xew
York recently, charging that effortn had
been made to cnmjiel the I'nlon laclflc
to retain certain lawyers through rep
resenting tlmt they could head off dam
aging legislation In Congress.
"You say," began Senator Overman,
referring to Judge Lovett's recent eUte. '
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