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Increasing cloudiness and warmer to-dayi showers to-night or to-raolw. Derailed weather reports wiD be fotindfjt pf IS. V VOL. LXXXI. NO. 12. NEW YQRK, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1913. cggrt. . pbuMnB aoch,. PRICfyTWO CENTS. tkrs ' ELLIS ISLAND FIRST FOR MRS. PAMRHURST .i n.Mi lit r Immiunitioii Officials Are do rod to Examine Mili tant Leader. II KK ItKCORD ASKED FOR Miisliinjrton Seeks Details of Trial arid Coiivietion in England. Wkmimiton. Sept II. Mm. Kntme I'nr Paltklllirtt, leader of the militant Kni-listi uffftattttf , who tailed to-day from Prance for the I'nlted States, will be held up at Mill Island on her arrival In V York urn! compelled to appear before 1 1 pedal board of Inquiry. By the time Jdrv PanlthUfel gets to this side of the Jjtlantlc the tmmlnratlon officials will have from the Baalish Qoverntaenl her full police court record. It will be ob tained tlnouKh the State Department at the request of the Department of Labor. It M IS learned to-day that the Pepart nvit has Liken the matter up and Intend je . .Mts Pankhurst goes througli an examination at Kill Island. She will ho asked to explain some of her art ,. id hi connection with the militant Campaign. Some official of the immigra- 1 . 1 m v ice believe Mr. Pankhurst eotild ! rie;. ti tcil .is an anarchist and she will r.,. 11 lestlnned regarding her belief con cern ix orderly and civilized government. I)clnrtmenl Decides. Th re part men! ha been importuned b) I. 1 1 suffragists to Indicate what it was t . : do abOUl Mr. Punkliurt. but t 1- ;. ir it luii declined to commit Itself formally beyond the statement that Mr. Pankhursi would tie treated ga any other eU"n The Department within the iat day c two ha received clipping calling gt" t- non to Mr. pgnkhurst'a militancy ami I; onsldcra these sufficient to examine M i, Pankhursi when she arrives, if Mr Pankhursi I detained she will have quai tert at Kill Island until the special board 1 .11 meet and hear the evidence, and mean while the receptions arranged in her honor and her ChautauqUS date will have to tie postponed. II t'oe board decides agi'inst her lie can 1 .peal to tin Department heie. The Iniml- atlon act prevent "person w no have been convicted of or admit having com mitted a felon) 0 other crime or mis- dcmeanoi Involving moral turpitude" flom entSling this count 1. v. Te t.ee Sajaera Deal. Suffragist have Intimated that If Mrs. pankhursi i held up they rii make an Issue of it and earr) the mattei to the I sstdent of the l imed Slates. They : iv been Informed that sirs. Pankhurst II nol IH to be treated like any other alien a. 1 nal K' bom there Is suspicion and doulit. 1 I . nil the Department has no charge t.. make against her ahe is going to get a fa ir deal. Nevertheless she will have to Sndergo something more than a routine examination. Mi. Emmeline Pankhurst is now under s in vears sentence at hard labor for Ir, ling the malicious destruction of prop el fot which ahe might have received a Sentence "f fourteen year. Under the criminal laws of the majority of the Siat.s of this country auch a crime la re garded a felony, and by this con stitution of the law the hjainigrntlon an thorltles would be Just ltle1 In excluding I her. M - rankhurat was aentenced on April 3 and on lune 14 she was released on license after a hunger strike. Hhe was taken back to prison and again releaaed at'ier another period of voluntary starva tlon. Then she went to France, where th. details of her lecture tour In this country have beep arranged. As soon aa he return! to Knglund she will be sent back to Jail. Under theae circumstances 'he immigration authorities might regard her a a fugitive from Justice ami hold iter for deportation. QUITS CONGRESS COMMITTEE. Anderson Mo lie m oe ra 1 1 e Methods Are Fraud on Country. WaSHIMQTOM, Sept. 1 1. Sacrificing hla plgca on the moat Important committee Of the House to emphasise hie attack on the met inula employed by the Demo ' rats in putting legislation through the House. Ilepreaentative Sydney Anderson ol Minnesota, a Republican member of the Ways and Meana Committee, resigned front that committse to-day. Hia attack waa directed against the preaent rulee of the House and the caucua system em ployed by the Democrats. Mr. Ander sen said : "1 am induced to resign mv member si p on the Committee on Ways and Means because the rules of this House snd the system of legislation which la in vogue hire deprive me of my opportunity f"r service to the country upon that com mittee and hecauae my continuance aa a member of the committee muat be com struwl into an acquiescence In fraud upon thssa who believe 1 have had some part in framing the legislation reported by Hist committee." WOMEN BURN BRIEUX S PLAYS. Destroy One of Prycc's Novels. Hv Francisco, Sept. 11. The Century Club, an exclusive women's organisation of this city, burned ysaterday a volume of Hrleux's plays which Included "Damaged Hoods," "Maternity" and "The Three Daughters," and Richard Pryee'e novel "Elementary Jane," after the mem hsra had read the hooka and had ex pressed themselves as "shocked." The library committse of the club had lxard that Urieux's plays wsre adorable and that I'ryee's novel waa superfine, so the book were bought. The elub's Sensors read the volumes and Immediately proposed that they should be banished from n. h library. It did not take long for other members of the club to decide Ihaj the hooka should be burned. Iereaft,r Miss Marlon Delany and Miss Men Very of the club will acrutlnlss J""1 ssiors tho organisation purchi waaa BRYAN TO MAKE SQUEEZE FLAT. Will Parr aa Kiirwrm He Ornpped lata Te-day'a ackegale. Washington, Hept. 11. Secretary Bryan parted company with the yodlera anil msglclana on his Chautauqua circuit to- day and spent the entire time In Wssh 0r-!,BtOn - He had been scheduled to appear at Phrrnlxv llle. Pa., to-night, but John Bar rett, director or the Pan-American Union, greatly dealred the Secretary's pre tnce at a atate function. 80 Secretary dryan conaented to forego hia regular afternoon on the circuit. He will not. however, aacrlflce the gate receipt. He haa decided to squeeze I'hoMilxvtlle Into to-morrow'a achedule of appearancea. JEAN RICHEPIN ON THE TANGO. low Before Academy. Special Cabl Prepaid, lo Tas tea. Pasis. Sept It. At the annual meet ing of the Institute the live academies composing It united In Inviting Jean Klcheptn, the author of, "La Chanson des Oueux" and also of "'lies Blaspheme." to deliver the oration which Is the literary event of the year, M. Rlchepln aelected the tango for his subject. The aecretnry of the Institute Is flooded with requests for tickets, but unfortunately the seating capacity of the Institute is only S3. DAVID LAMAR ARRESTED; TO FIGHT EXTRADITION i Wilson. Blaming Him for fc Reynolds Agitation. Said to Have li-jred Action. WAStllXOTOK, Sep! 11 David l.aliui'. the Wolf of Wall Street, was arrested here this evening on a watiant chgrging i in with hgVlQI impersonated a Federal oftlcei . Lamar was arrglgUSd hefose a I'nlted Slate t 'ommissioner and was re legead on 11,000 hail v ffithi win begin for his extradition to New Ymk Stat' for trial It Is rlflv -eight d.ivs since l,amar vvtis indicted in New York and the impression here Is that President Wilson Suggested that the wheels of Justice ought to lie put into '; atwn against him without farther deia? . The President, it t understood, has tieen stlrrsd by the regorts that Lamar and hi friends have been promot Ing the agitation in Congress against At torneyOeneral llcfteytiolds on account of h's action in Indorsing the ITnlon Paclflc Southern Pacific dissolution plan. l.ani.i; came (0 Washington soon after the Grand Jury In New Yoi k legan to In vestigate his case ami he has remained heie since. The statute under which he was In dloted refers to official of the rmted states (government, The question i.iis.-d is whether or not a Representatlvs is such an official. Many lawyer contend that he IS a State officer. The indictment was iiascii on Lamar' Impersonation of Repre SSntatiVS A. Mitchell Palmer of Pennsyl vania. I.amat will light extradition and the indictment will lie attacked in the courts of the District of I'olumbla The aires; was made by two detectives at the Continental Hotel, where Lamar is staying. Me invited the detectives to din ner, then got into an gutom le and lode with them to the Commlsslonsrs office. where a piofesstunal bondsman was wait ing to put up the Il.tOg. j HUERTA TO TEST POPULARITY. I olosaal Demonstration trranaed for Mewlesaaer IH la Mexico I'll). Sprcial Cubit Ott purr): lo Tits Si IN. Mkxpo citt. Sept. ii. The Govern, ment la preparing a colossal military demonstration for Independence Day, Sep tember IS, Business men. professional men, students, newspaper men and about lM.uon soldiers will participate In a grand military parade, all carrying arms. The Government Is taking every pre ' caution to protect foreigners, although ab i aolutely no anll-forelgn excitement exists. The same programme will be repeated in I all the town of the republic. I There is much curiosity as to how the people will acclaim provisional President I Huerta when he rings the liberty bell in the customary ceremony at midnight Sep tember , In the days of Porfllio Dial hundreds of thousands of people from all over the republic always gave him an ovation as he sallied forth on the balcony of the National Palace tolling the bell and say ing: "Viva Mexico:" Viva la llbertad !" and "Viva la Independent-la I" Thla solemn moment was followed by a burat of lire works, the firing of cannon, the ringing of bells and the blowing of whistles. The ceremony was tame under Presi dent Madero, but Provisional President Huerta la expected to arouse enthusiasm. PRESIDENT GOES TO CORNISH. Will lleee a Chance lo See Daughter Act la a "gird Maak." Washington. Sept. 11. President Wil son Isft to-night for Cornish. N. H., to visit his family. He said that he In tended to be bark in Washington Tues day morning. The President will have an opportunity to-morrow afternoon to aee the private performance of a "bird mask," designed as a protest against destruction of feath ered life for millinery purposes. Miss Kleanor Wilson, the Presidents daugh ter, will take the leading part. The maak will be given at Meriden, N. H., ten miles from Cornish. FRANCE SIGNS WITH HAYTI. Protocol far Settleeaeat of l.oag standing Heelasaalloa Clalass. Jeectsl fsM Dpmlck t Tas gee. Pasis, Sept. 11. Ths Foreign Office bas Issued notice of the signing of a protocol with Haytl for the aettlement of the reclamation clalme between the (wo countries by arbitration. Ths negotiations In regard to these claims began in December, 1110, when the I'nlted States, Francs, Italy and Germany eent a collective note to the Haytlan Re public. ANGOgTVBA . ITTERg lends, d dsllvious Isver IS fiage-frult aM sjgsj.AMf, TKJMAYQR GAYNOR DIES OF HEART DISEASE lb OilLL MUDDLlIJ .erwrw t. aw Nin At t rNnnir npi ii-t a r r ftiiirx Roth MeCall and Nitehet Men Expert to (lain Votes. THIRD TICKET IS LIKELY Ridder, Willeox and MeAneny Mentioned as Mayor's Sueressor. The death of Mayor (lav nor completely changes the political fight in New York At Aral glance the situation Is very much simplified. Many politicians, however, fear that conditions are most complex and that the outlook Is more confusing than ever. Putting the situation In hi lef. the Mayor's death produces these changes t The man whom politician' have regarded as the second man or possibly the victor In the race Is gone. The Piddle which has vexed the .fusion committee, namely the queation whether Mr. McAneny, Mr. Prendergast and the other fusion nominees should go on the Ggynor ticket. Is partly solved. Tammany men say that at least half, possibly tWO-thlrdS, of the Mayor's support will pass to Judge MeCall, despite the fact that they have said that three quarters of the Mayor's vote would be drawn from Mitchel. The fuslonlsts aay that the Issue Is now clear between Taintnany Hall and fusion, the effect of which will be to the advantage of John Purroy Mitchel. These estimates are predicated on the assumption that there will be no suc cessor to Mayor Gaynor on the non-fuion. anti-Tammany slate There are many men. however, who assume that such will IIOI be the case. Other. Si) MaU-c Have. The name of Herman Ridder, William p.. wiiicox. rxchalrman of the Public Serv ice Commission ; George MoAneny, fusion candidate for President of the Hoard of Aldermen, and otheis were mentioned Qaynor committeemen were Quite unwill ing to discuss thai i plans yesterday. "This i no time to talk politics" said Fit' Commissions i Johnson, mnnagei of the Gaynor campaign, yesterday after noon "In t'o- face of tin great lo we are unable to look the situation honestly in the face. We will let a few day pas and then he able to tell what we will do." Hut It was apparent on all sides that the elimination of the thhd tlckel Is by no means certain, l'. rtnu Appleton, chairman of the ianor committee, who is now- at Ka range Lake, pointed toward Herman Kidder. "Mi Ridder would make an Ideel can dldate io replace Mayor Gaynor," said Mr Appleton. "but It think of politics now is Impossible to w ith the Ma voi gone " Herman Ridder, on the COUld only feel that the other hand. Independent mot ement w-as over "I feel like retiring altogether," he said. "It seemed to me that the per tonality of Mayor Ggynor wag the whole strength of the movement With him gdnc the movement is gone Hut you must Understand that 1 have talked with no others." Were lo Have I oulerenve. Fue Commissioner Johnson ami Jacob II gchlff Intended to have a conference yesterday morning with llorougli Presi dent McAneny and Mr. Prendergast on the qussllon of whether the fusion can didates Fhotihi go on the Qaynor ticket Mi gchia sent word to Mi. McAneny on Wednesday night nskiiiK the two fusion candidates lo meet him Mr. McAneny arranged a meeting at the office of the Commissioner of Public Works In the Park Kow Bulldtng Mr. Johnson anil Mr. Schiff were already there yesterday morning When Mr M Aneny arrived. Humors bad readied them that the Mayor had died at sea Mr. McAneny cum- It, and on- Armed the bad news Commissioner Johnson said: "My Uort ! Then It's true.' and then the con ference was adjourned Immediately, Later in th" day the fusion leaders' met In Mr. Mi An" riy's office in the City Hall Norman llapgoi d. Joseph M. Price. Comptroller Pn ntlergast anil San.iiel S Koenlg. president of the Itepublican county committee. They rehearsed the Incidents of the campaign which produced th? riddii which Mayor Qaynor's ieith partly solved. The men at Mr. McAneny'a office agreed that the situation la now thrown ba-k to the time wh' n Mr. Mitchel sent hla letter to tho leaguers. They feel that Mr. Mitchel la atill free to go on the league ticket If he geta a chance, even though the cor diary situation of Mr Mc Aneny and Mr. PrendsrgaSt Is in a measure cleared up. Mr. McAneny said: "I can simply call attention to the fact that I advised Mr. Mitchel at the time he wrote the letter lo the Inde pendence League not to decline the designation, and he was relieved of any obligation. We have not changed our minds since." Future of Ticket. In the back of the minds of fuslonlsts j and Tammany men alike waa the great question of whether the Gaynor ticket la to be continued. Michael Kurat, a member of the Oaynor committee from Krooklyn, aald that the (iaynor men that he knew would not think of Mitchel for a moment. "Does that mean a new man at the head of the third ticket?" he waa asked. 'That la my Idea exactly," he aald. "I am sure ths whole lesgue would be be. hind such a movement." Republican leaders are aure that, the third ticket la not dead, Mr. Ridder to the contrary notwithstanding. Republi can conservatives who Intended to vote under the shovel were asking one another yesterday what they should do. To vote j for Mitchel waa impossible. Many of them turned toward Judge I MeCall, but with a reluctance bred of j long hatred of Tammany Hall. Kx-Pub- ' lie Service Commissioner William Mc ! Carroll of Brooklyn suggested the name, Continued on retirl Jage. d 1 1 lINlj ALUJNL UIN ULLR Ur ULLA1N U1NLK; BODY TO BE BROUGHT HERE ON SEPT. 1 9 insiM uuuW A ' adJB Bnuftl gJJHfuUkBI aasP -QuasuBaual uasulssW-. KdaasW ' '':f'vai life iwral gal ;$mm mF' Slirh hed from s pholetranh rnpyrlght. GAYNOR AS SEEN BY A FELLOW VOYAGER .Mrs. C. X. Williamson. Novelist, TpIIs "Shii" of Mitvor's Last Moment. s E K M K 1 1 TO 0 A I X ST K K NOT H .1. Sergeant ('ram. in London, Shocked lo Hear of Executive's Death. Sptciml Cable Hespairl, in Ths Sls 1.11MHJN. Hept, It. Mrs, Charles n Williamson, the nuveiist. who probably whs the last person to see Mayor Oaynor iillve, sends the following wireless despatch from the Baltic lo Ton Si v ..f flce hei e : "I did not know Mgydr Ogynor, but his face was so vital and Inti resting, d. spite his Illness, that I nsk d who h was. Me sat often In a quirt pgr) Of the promenade deck and his cough Seemed painful, but whenever the paroxysm passed a look of peace would come into his eves as If he was enjoying rest of body and of lulnd. I think he felt stronger each day, for he cume out of his cabin earlier each djv and walk.d about moie. Kelt the Kail Approaching. "The Mayor liked to sit near the musicians, listening and luoking out on deck from Juat inside the door. Hi one times he appeared to be interested in some passing person, and again he hud a look of being far awu.v. I said to myself: 'That man la really In New York.' Hut yesterday morning, although he seemed to feel well, It waa almost as though a premonition of some wonderful ohgggt hud whispered to him. "Once a man passing him in his deck chair thought Mr Oaynor wus looking at him half smiling, ao he said 'good morn ing,' but Mr. Uaynor did not hear him or even know he waa there. The smile was for soma thought of his own. "I could not help noticing the extraor dinarily beautiful expression on his face only a few minutes before I left the deck to go down to luncheon. It waa full of Interest and Joy aa If .he was hcarlni! good news or music which no one else could hear, or as If he oould aee something hs loved far across the water. Twenty mln ulea after that hla soul must have left his body. 1 think I was one of the last. If not the last person to see him alive, except a deck steward, because 1 was very late going down to luncheon. There is a feeling of deep solemnity on ths ahrp William J. Gaynor lilt, by Underwood llnderwoud. RUFUS W. GAYNOR TELLS "THE SUN" HE FOUND HIS FATHER DYING IN CHAIR Titic gtiN received by cable geslerdoy glerNOOg tho futlotfiuy iaapaicht which Hufua W, Qaynor, th afoyor's son oad coetpasfos o the voyapit seal to Loados by HMjrefegSj to hr forwarded fo fgfs geios. papi r : i in BOAgn tmk S I Hai ti.-. Sept. 11 (by wireless via London), My father. William J, Qaynor, died mi the Kalilc at 1:07 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Death was due to heart failure, lie was sittinn ,n his chair when the end came A deck steward had visited 'he Mayor a few minutes before his death and had luketi his order for luncheon, T e Mayor marked the menu to indicate the dishes he desired. i was on the boat deck. When the lunchson call was heard l weni below to tell father thui his lunch wa- ready, us in. had been 'taking his meals in one of the staterooms, lie was seated in ins chair, apparently asleep. 1 (hook hint Ketill, bill he did not respond. His trained nurse, who hud been with hint ten OttnUtSS liefure, wus summoned, and the ship's surgeon. Dr. Hopper, was eg led immediately, Dr Hopper made a hypodermic injection. Then artlflctal respiration was resorted to. hut it quickly was apparent that father waa beyond aid. The stethoscope and eve one nants to help flvi wreath." J, Sergeant t'rain, who Is n London, when told of the Mayor's death by tne correspondent of TlIK St. N said : "That bullet got him at last. I had dinner with the Mayor only two or three days before I sailed. le said nothing at that lime about coming over. He was looking well . In fact lconsratulated him on his healthy appearance. Then he told me (and I did not know It before I that he w as still suf feiliig from that bullet in his neck He said: 'It affects nic , it makes ma giddy when 1 talk or move trbout. The effect passes off after a while, hut at rtrst It is always there.' " Mr. Cram concluded : "He w as the lln est Mayor New York lias known In my time. Ills aim was for the good of the people all the time." 6,000 PASSENGERS ON A LINER. lasperalur of Hamburg-America l.lae Breaks All Records. Spteiat Oeeie OssasleA le Tas lis. 1ONnnN, Sept. 11. The lmperutor, of the Hamburg-American I.lnn, whioh sailed for New York to-day, carries &,0t)u pas sengers, which brealis all transatlantic records. showed that the h.urt was no longer healing. The ship's officers took charge of the body, it was embalmed and placed in a sealed casket. tin the morning of the day he die.' the Mayor arose about H o'clock, After a hearty hreakfHst he went on deck and walked uhout the boat deck al frequent intervals, keeping in the sun. He wutched the men go through their lire drill. At about ten minutes of 1 o'clook he descended to Die promenade deck and went to his chair. He remarked thai he fell very well. DuHBg the voyage his heulth had Improved "leadlly and his nervousness had decreased noticeably. He had bean greaHy Interested in the ships daily run and was particularly eager to know iusi where the Baltic was w hen t lie chart in the oompanlonwa) wai posted each noon. tin behalf of my mother and myself 1 wish to express publicly deep grati tude to Capt. Ranson ami his officers for kindness, courtesy and unfailing thuufhtfulnegg. I also acknowledge my debl lo the pggaengsrs for their most courteous consideration at all times in respecting the Mayor's desire for privacy. Hi Ft s W. Oatkor. SECOND TO DIE IN OFFICE. tlayur llaeesaeyee Wae Stricken at Ills Desk la 1ST. Mayor Oaynor was the second Mayor of New York to die in office since the United Htatea became a nation. The tlrst waa Mayor William K. Have maysr, who waa atrickan at hut desk in the Mayors room at the City Hall In IS 71 and died before, medical aid could be summoned. By singular coincidence Mayor Have meysr'S ion, Wlllium p", Havemeyei, wus buried yesterday. McCALL MEN OFFER 5 TO 4. Mitchel I ollovrrr. More (onggcat la Their Bettlag. News of the sudden death of Mayor Gaynor caused a shift In betting odds on the Mayoralty campaign in the financial district. Where even money had been offered on MeCall eupporters of the Tam many candidate began offering odds of b to 4. A few ardent Mitchel partisans professed the belief that the chances of the fusion candidate had been helped bv the removal of a removal or a intra canaidate"fftid offered even money when unable to get belter. His Hon Kiifus Finds Tlim as If in Quiflt Sleep In Chair. ON TRIP FOR HEALTH City's Executive Told of Poel inp Better Just Before End Came. BEYOND DOCTOR'S AID Succumb on Wednesday Af ternoon, but News Is De layed for Hours. "X188AGE SHOCKS CITY Ardolph L Kline. Prfsidont of A I tier men. Takfn 0th as Sucoessor. LAST WORD FROM THE BALTIC. At 7 o'clock last night Mr. Adam ton re ceived s second meMS from R ufut Gaynor i which read: "JtatVs BaltU Craokfiaun ' RUrt Aiamton. City Hall. Ntit York "Fatht iiti at l.m P. M on Wtinaitv. tht tenth. Hit Jtalh was Jul to heart failure Hi was ua'ed in his deck (hair at tht lime. I and On nurse and the ship's doetor were with him. I discovered him unconscious in his chair. (geuf A still olid. He died ahoul thru minutes later without recoinitini any of us. Ectrythint possiHe itas done, hut hi seemed to to out as a candle flickers out. Am all rifht and am tryint to arrant! to hint tht body hach on thi Lusttanla. stilinf from Liter pool en Saturday, tin uWrhinaV, MJFUS If. GAYNOR Mayor Oaynor Is dead. Ills heart stopped beuilna at ahntit t o'clock last Wednesday afternoon as he sal in a steamer hair on tile promena... deck of the White Star steamship Ita lic, which waa Hearing the Irish coast The old.st of hia children, Kufus W Oaynor. sent wireless messages almtvc Immediately lo Hubert Adamann. wh. was 'he Mayor's secretary, and to Dot V Commissioner Robert A. C. smith, bir delays prevented lite news reaching them until 8 o'i lock yesterday morning. The Mayor's friends, i agsrly beginning au Independent campaign which they felt certain would continue him in ofrh s, were stunned. Tile whole city was shocked by tli death. Men who ii.ni been determined opponents of Mr. (iaynor Joined his friends In praising his splendid abilities und his services to the city. Col, Ardolph ,. Kiln, President ,. . the Hoaid of Aldermen, took the oa of office before Supreme Court .Ittslc .' Delany al 4:30 o'clock yesterday aft. i -noon, the tlrst Itepublican to rule tins cltj since Si ill l.uw a administration. I.nynur Policies In l.o Oa. Mayor Kline it once issued a procla matlon, Intimated ihut he would con llnue Mr. Oa.vnoi s policies ami reta il Mr, Qaynor's department heads, an ordered the rm Hull to be draped in mourning and the Mags on city building to be lowsred to half siaff. The tlrst news of Mavor Oaynor dea ih was coutulneil in u wireless mcs mige from Kufus W. (iaynor. Hober: Adams., u received ll at his home in Brooklyn just before H V M The mes suge was us follows: "On Board s s. ituitic, at Sea. Thurs day, by Wireless via t'rookbaven. "Ktibfrt ,du msun . .Veic Yofh i "Father died Wednesday afternoon 1 o'clock. Death due to heart failure. Notify mother. It W. OhYfMOg." Uaie yesterday afternoon after Mr. Adam Hon, Disk Commissioner It. A. I'. Smith and others of Mr. (iaynor friends und ueaoclates had arranged to have the body returned lu New York on the Cunartl steamship l.uaitania, which sails to-morrow morning und which ia due to arrive here on the morning of Friday, September 19, a second and longer message waa received from the Mayor's son, which told of the circumstances of his father's death. Hag Ordered Luncheon. The Mayor passed from life at seven minutes after 1 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. A few minutes before death oame the Mayor had ordered Intuit, marking on a menu card the dishoa he wanted and handing the card tu a Uacil steward. He was resting in a steamer chstr on the promenade dSCk of the Ka:ltc Him son I lulus was on the boat deck at the 'lime. I xt the lunch cull Kufus went to tht