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Generally fair, preceded by rain, to-day; unsettle and warmer to-morrow. Detailed weather report! will be found on page 17. tttt VOL. LXXXL NO, 20. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1913 cm, wt. m m mm m mmm Ammm PRICE TWO CENTS. 20,000 TO 8E IN GAYNORCORTEGE Committee Selects TliisXum Imt From 100,000 Applications. FINAL PLANS ARE MADE Mayor' Body Taken From Lusitania to Brook lyn Home. TO BE AT CITY HALL TO-DAY Will Lio in state at City Hall Torn orro w 4 ) nt hIi Ex pec td tit Trinity. SATURDAY. 2 P. M. Prtftt fumral title tkt Ctyntr hunt. 29 Efffcs mtmtt. Brooklyn. 4 P. M.-B-k Major Gasner will t taken to tin City H til. SUNDAY. 9 A.M. It BP. M.-BaJyaf Mayor Caynte Witt lit In state In City HoB. MONDAY. 10)0 A. M. Funeral procession will ine from City Hall to Trinity Ckurch. 11 A.M. -Funeral unite in Trinity ' Chute. 12 M. Funeral procession Hill mm frtm 2 P. M. Interment inGreenatitl Cemeltry. A8HU18T SUSPECTS WALL ST. Say It Wnll What TmH After a "CmM lp Paale." Washinoton. Sept II. "If Wall Street la asking for troop to protect It aclf." amid Senator Aahurat of Arlaona to-day, speaking of the stationing of a regiment of troop at Governor Island, "It la probably planning to brine about a panic, and wanta to be aafe from pop ular reaentment, which auch a fabricated and cooked up panic by Wall Street would bring about." Hla opinion waa baaed on th euggea tlon In the petition aant to Senator O'Oor man that troop cloae at hand would quickly put an end to any "civic disturb ance." Senator Shafroth waa aeaptlcal aa to Wall Street's fear of a mob. "It's prob ably the aame deatre to have troop near by." he aald. "that we have In Denver. The Japaneae Incident baa resulted In the quiet transference of most of the gold from the San Francisco Sub-Treasury to the Denver Sub-Treasury, where 1600. 000,000 of gold la now atored. We are far from any poaslrjle dancer of foreign Invasion there, and yet our people wanted to have a regiment close by." "Wall Street has no need for alarm and no cause to try to Influence Congress by a pretence of fright." said Senator Bris tol. "It has sot everything It wants In this currency bill except three members of the reserve board, and It will take a chance on Influencing three or more of th men who are chosen, anyhow. All this protest against the currency legislation coming from Wall Streefls hypocritical pretence." Flat denial waa made by Secretary of War (larrlson of a report that Wall Street had requested the War Department Itself to station additional troops at Governor's Island. ART ON FREE LIST AFTER LONG BATTLE All Tariff Restrictions Removed From Non-Commercial Objects. 20 ITEMS STILL IN DISPUTE Leather Schedule Straightened Oat by Compromise Silk Duties Reduced. Washington, Sept. II Th war that has been waged for free art In the tariff bill conference waa won MHS afternoon when th Senate receded from all of Its amendments to th House Mil This will mean th reatoratlon of the House provision relating to art Importa tions. The flfht made In th Senate y Sena tors Root and lodge apparently bore fruit. Chairman Underwood of the House Ways and Mean Committee, backed up by his colleagues from the House, refused absolutely to yield to th Senate The action taken to-day affect not only th. art naraaranhs In the free Hat but also th paragraphs In th sundry ached ule. in the sundry schedule th Houee had made dutiable at II par cent, paint imrs In oil or water colors, paetela. pen nri ink drawings and sculpture. The Senate Increased this duty to par eent. and rewrote It. restricting the paragraph bv defining "eeulpturee" and also "paint ings." In concluding th matter to-day I the conferees adopted th House para graph In the sundry schedule and tne i lower duty of 15 per cent. j But the Important fight over free art I Involved the restoration to the free list of Operation to Be Performed at i engravings and etchings, and the ellmlna- Hon of certain restricted conditions Im POHI Graduate Hospital. posed bv the Senate on private collectors EX-CHAMBERLAIN HYDE UNDER KNIFE TO-DAY whjoi nr so enrc seat, While Marshall Bite la "Swell " at Variety Shaw. Wasmihoton. Rapt. !. President Wil son occupied a fifty eent seat at a vaude ville show to-night. He sat In a box In the balcony at Keith's Theatre surrounded by other persons who had "forked over II or cent to as th Mil. Below him In th orchestra aat the aristocrats of the audience, who had paid Tl cents for their seats and wore evening clothes ; also In a select box to his right one of th really "swell boxes' was Vice- President Marssell. This waa President Wilson's second visit to a vaudeville theatre. Laat week he went to a vaudeville ahow for the first time In hla life. Then h sat In a aide box, like th on th Vice-President had to-night, but he thought he could see better In the balcony, so this after noon he gave instructions that a leas expensive seat be reserved fqr him. To-night's bill was lively. The most popular act was on which featured th attractions of several "redheaded" modela for a cloak and suit establishment. BRYAN'S CHAUTAUQUA SPEAKING ENDS TO-DAY 150,000 TIED UP IN WORST SUBWAY JAM Derailed Local at Brooklyn Bridge Blockades System Four Hours. ACCIDENT IN RUSH TIME Homeffoing Crowds Packed in Trains Strung Along for Miles. $1,000 TO 1800 ON MeOAIX. Offer af SBOO ta 1 4SO aa Meta Awalta Taker la Brooklyn. At Heymann's cafe In Brooklyn a bet of 11,000 against moo was laid yester day that MoCall would defeat Mltchel for Mayor and there was an offer of 1600 against 1460 that Mets would defeat Prendergaat for Comptroller There were no wagers recorded In the financial district yeaterday. BLOOD OF ST. JANUARIUS BOILS. Getting Too Cool for Tent Shows Explains to Vir ginia Audience. for "Kidney Stone." In the matter of Importation. It was con- The friends of the Inte William J. lay nor. city orlldals. every one con cerned with the conduct of funernl and last honors, are confronted with a problem ueh as was never encountered before. More than ln.i)iO persons want to lag rah In the funeral procession Unnil.ii mnrntne More than K'.OOO requests have been ' Second avenue at 8 o'clocV this morning j wpppt ru ,no carpets. Including col received by Itobert Adamson. the late I tended that as a result of the restrictions i imposed by the Senate Importations ay private collectors would have been ham-Kx-Clty Chamberlain Charles It Hyde p,. next! will be opeiated upon in the Post-Grnd- Tne Huus free list paragraph per- uate Hospital at Twentieth street and I mttri the Importation of works of art. I for renal colic. "Kidney stones" Is an : ! l ll on..,, la,- nun,.. for 1 !,, Mayor s secretary, and by Hobert A. C. , trouWe er loc.tlon of ihf troub,, Smith, the Dock Commissioner, for seats n determined by X-ray photo- at the funeral in old Trinity. : graphs, and the surgeons will have their It has been Impossible to make places j work clearly defined when they begin for a hundredth of the people who desired ; their operation this morning, Mr. Hyde personally tu express the mourning of i told his friends last night that ha would niiv Mr Adamson and Mr. Hmlth have e them In a day or two. a statement gone sleepiose for two nights trying to place thousands In .I-ed. Requests from mad for. hun- tty departments. which Indicated hla trust In a quick re covery. It la cxp-cted, however, that at the best he will be confined in the hos- i pltel for a fortnight. The malndy which lections 'illustrating the progress of the arts, works In bronae. marbl. terra cotta, parln or pottery or porcelain, artis tic antiquities and objects of art of ornamental character or educational value 100 years old. under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Treas ury. All Beelrletlena BeasevedU As the-oenferese settled the matter to day this House provision will stand as the law. Th Senat had struck It out Wamimotoh. Sept. 1. So far as hsa been announced, to-morrow will be the last day of the Secretary of, State on the Chautauqua circuit, for the present at least. Mr. Bryan's engagement- on the Maryland and Pennsylvania circuit will end with his appearance at Warrenton to-morrow evening, according to the schedule given out at his office some tlm ago. It has been explained that this Is about as late In the fall a the tent meetings can be conducted with any great success at the gate. With the approach of cooler weather the Chautauqua managers find It advisable to fold up their canvas and The subway suffered the wort tleup laat night that It haa had for yeara. General Manager frank Hedlcy admitted that more than 50.000 persons wr more than an hour 1st In getting home be cause of It and the number or people who were delayed In a leaser degree must be reckoned at more than 100,000. The tleup, caused by a derailment of a southbound local train near the Brook lyn Bridge, spread to all four tracks within fifteen minutes, and beginning at 3:11 had not completely ended until after o'clock, although the wort of It was over at o'clock. For four hours there was no local aer- vlee south of Fourteenth street: for two hours people entering the local stations between the Grand Central and Four teenth street were not kept back by sub way guards. There were many comnlalnta from per sons who entered stations north of the Grand Central, and whose ticket were sc cepted without a word of warning about the conditions. Many men In a hurry felt that Hie company should have warned people at all stations, so that they could take elevated or trolley cars to their des tinations. It took one train thirty-one minutes exactly to get from the Grand Central to Fourteenth street and twenty-six mln Crowds la Naples Celebrate Kvent Wa Disasters far Sis Months. Spatial Cable Dtnpotrh to Tax Stis. NAri.Bs. dept. It. The blood of St. Januarlua liquified to-day after twenty minutes of prayer by the crowds In the great cathedral, who had assembled at the semi-annual exposition of the relic. The so-called boiling of the blood of the saint was greeted by wild acclama tions of tbe people, the ringing of bell and the firing of a aalute of twenty-one guns from the forts. The Neapolitans an all celebrating the event to-night, as the llqulflcation of the relic, according to the legend, insures that the city will suffer no great disaster and especially that there will be no dangerous eruption of Vesuvius. SULZER LOSES ON CHALLENGES Frawlev Committee Senator and Wagner Seated With out Dissent. CULLEN RULES QUICKLY TWO SLITS TOO MUCH FOR COP. Herriek's Plea for Secret Ac tion Promptly Denied by Court. ADJOURNMENT TO MONDAY AsHembly to Act on Xew Charjares Thursday Sulzer Recog nizes Glynn. put It away for next year s souno oi i utM from tner, lo m, Brooklyn Bri.lge varied entertainment. Nation Mr. Bryan. It it unnereiooa. reeis mai Ekc.p, for the tieup of September the criticism agsinsi mm nas open mom from civic societies, from organisations I haa t tn ex-cit.v chamberlain filially and had substituted a condition that re- tliat felt entitled to complete representa tion have beca cut to one-tenth. There was never such a problem. Half the city wanted to show respect for Mayor Gay POT'S memory by marching behind his body next Monday morning from the City Hall to Trinity Church. In the few to the hospital for an operation has been bothering him for years. There have been brief periods of acute pain, followed by considerable Intervals of relief and en couragement. Mr. HydJO'a friend 1 r. John B. Coaby and his surgeon, Dr. J. Bentley Hqulers. Jr.. of 4 Kast Forty-ninth street, were blocks from the City Hall south to the summoned early yesterday. The cnndl quired a privet collector to pay tne duties on such art Importations wlien they were brought In. It permitted him. how ever, to recover the duties thus paid If within five years after the importation, he turned such collections over to a na tional Institution or any State or munici pal corporation or to a religious society. ,-nlleae or other public Institution es- unfalr and unjust, but having stuck to his course and fulfilled all hi engage ments he considers that he now can ry tlre from the lecture platform, at least temporarily, with good grace. Cuuraraa. Va.. Sept. 1. A rival to the William J. Bryan tent show developed .to-! night in the form of a moving picture ahow that played Just across the street from where the Secretary of State was deliver ing his Chautauqua lecture. The star at traction of the big tent was a lecture on "The Scope of Sociology." with the "World Farooas Florentine Concert Band" and Miss Mlllcent Melrose, a Boston sopisne. Also Bride's Bed Bosettes at tl K aee Were Blocking Traffic. DaNVis, Col.. Sept. 10. Police Hergeant Barry gased to-day on Mrs. Dora Funke. a bride of six weeks, who was standing In front of a cafe. Her skirt was doubly slltted. exposing white hosiery and (lasting red rosettes at each knee. "It's none of my business if you slit your skirt on one side." explained the policeman as he arrested the young woman, "but when you Hi it both sides and then tie up your stockings with red hyws I'll have to arrest you for blocking the traffic." Mrs. Funjte. mho explained that she waa looking for her sister, will have a hearing to-morrom-. MAT SEND GOLD TO NEW YORK. I would be performed at 4 o'clock In the j for frer exhlbltlon at least four days in nmmii 9m u uoiaoceu. nowever, i gL.jj week Mr. Hyde gained strength and It was the church there will irot be room enough for Hon of the patient seemed so alai mine ! ,.,1,11,1, ,.,1 for the encouragement of arts 10.000. although at least :it,000 must be!,hl" " " announced that an operation I and iuafnm as Its permanent property accommodated some way or another. Grral t'raab Kxpected. Within old Trinity, fewer than 1,000 opinion of the physicians that It was ad can be seated, made up of the family, vlaoble to take another X-ray photograph, cloae friends and of the representatives I Tnl Photograph- was made and was of of the organisation, that have named I """S h"? 25Rfi T""y . . " . j decided to operate at S o clock this morn- committees. There prill be. unquestionably. and M). Hv(Je lnform,d of a crush and crowd such as New York ,h,,. ,.,, h, Mnr,.aad himself .. h. when rain flooded the subway and caused a complete suspension of traffic for four hours In the early morning, when traffic Is light, subway officials could not re member so serious a failure to handle the crowds smoothly and quickly. I Accident at nil S O'clock. The local train which caused all the trouble pulled out of the Brooklyn Bridge station headed for the City Hall station at 6:11 o'clock. There la a sharp curve at the south corner of th Brooklyn Bridge station. Five of the six cars In the local train rounded the curve safely, but the front Before his regulsr address Mr. Hryan j m,, of the laet car rolled off the aeld : j tracks, the top of the ear struck smartly "For almost twenty years I have lec- tn, roof f the car 'ahead, damaging both tured regularly each year. 1 feared that I slightly, and was dragged along the tim my duties In Washington would prevent ' ir for a few ttnt until the motorman me from following my usual practice and ; stopped the train. Indulging In my usual work, for I knew The track was ripped off for twenty that tne Chautauqua in the West were I fcet and there was no place to get the all closed down before 1 waa able to give I car out of the way of the rest of the my attention to them. Then I was glad . traffic except by relaying the track and to learn that there were lecyirea planned j Jackine the car hack on the rails, for late In the season around the Imme- j Headway at thl time of the evening is dlate vicinity of Washington, and I was the aame on all four tracks, a train every I a,r;in,ni Available for Market Tuesday or Wednesday. prlal 'VlMe pfHpa'rh tn Tar Spa, London, Sept. lit. The money market is speculating on the possibility of the export of gold to New York, which i re garded as almost a probability. About $6, .1.1.",, lino in bar gold will he available for the bullion market by Tues day or Wednesday, which is the largest amount ever known. happy to take advantage of the oppor , tunlty thus presented." LHHJ0R LICENSES AT AUCTION. Camden Ceart ta Sell ta the Hlsrh aat Bidder. CaataaN, N. J Sept. It. For the first time In this country liquor licenses will be sold at auction. Judge Boyle will acl a auctioneer in the Camden court. L'nder an act passed at the last session of the New Jersey legislature, when a new saloon Is deemed a necessity and a license applied for the court is ohllgcd to put such license up nt auction and sell to the highest bidder. The money goes to fne county. No hid will he received from WOm ROYAL SUICIDE UNEXPLAINED. Many Humors thorn Why exon Princess Killed Herself. The court of impeachment at Albany unanimously decided yesterday to seat the three Frawley committee Senutora and Henator Wagner, whose right to act us judges was challenged by Gov. Sut ler's counsel. This was the flrst teat vote of the trial. Mr. Sulzer' lawyer also failed In their attempt to have the challengea considered secretly by the court. Hecognltlon of Martin H. Glynn aa acting Governor was conceded by Mr. Hulzcr In a letter written under the di rection of the Impeached Ooernor'a counsel. By tills move Mr. Sulzer' lawyere apparently hope to nullify the Assem bly's attempt to add ' usurpation'' to the Impeachment articles. At the same time l.otils Marshall was ' arguing before the court that the Im peachment was Invalid. The Assembly deferred voting on the additional article of impeachment until next Thursday. The court of impeachment adjourned until Monday afternoon. Gov. Sulzer has gone into seclusion. never eaw before. Do that the GaynorNfainlly. Secretary Adamson, I'ollce Commissioner Waldo every one concerned aak that the public will refrain from the Impossible and will help the city officials to minimise the dlffl cultles and dangers of the morning of the funeral. Laat night Mayor' Oaynor's body rested In his Brooklyn home, 20 Eighth avenue. A guard of honor of policemen and fire men, men known to the Mayor In life, men who used to pass the time of day with him as he paaaed in the streets, was on duty. They will be relieved to-day and to-morrow' by other policemen and fire men who have reason to remember the Mayor's wit and sense. The Cunard steamship Lusitanla, which arrived at Quarantine early yesterday morning, brought the body, which was In the care of the Mayor's oldest son. Ruf us, who waa with blm when ho. died. Mayor Kline, accompanied by Police Commissioner Waldo. Dock Commissioner Smith. Robert Adamson and others, went down to Quarantine on the municipal steamship Correction, took the body from the Lusitanla and carried It to the Gay nor home In Brooklyn. Hoiking I.Ike Funeral Skip. Never before In the long history of New York had there lieen such a scene as waa witnessed yesterday In the drlzale and fog of the harbor. The Lusitanla came into Quarantine a few minutes after 1 A. M. There was nothing about her that resembled a funeral ship. She biased with lltfhts. The email boats that had waited for her appearance, riding the long swells In the dark, felt a aense of cheer, even In such circumstances, when she swung to anchor and turned her gleaming lengin ciiywaro. Three boata went down the bay to meet the ateamahip. The flrst to arrive was the Dock Department tug, the Manhattan, which carried newspaper men. Then came th Correction, with Commissioners and officials, and Anally came the Patrol of the Polios Department, bearing Police Com- ...i..toner Waldo. Dock Commissioner inith and Secretary Adamson It was a miserable morning down the bay. eold. dark and wet. Away off over t lie water the Lueltanla glittered. Off to the left through dark and mist were the few llghta of the health station yellow rifts through the mist. Tugboats, hopeful of employment, no doubt, grunted to one another. The tug Manhattan, with the newspaper man. waa the first of the three reception -noaU to approach the Cunarder, but the Manhattan waa obliged, of course, to HtaBj gway and pause for the. arrival ot the health omcr. rvasently came the lug Impatient for the operation. Mrs. Hyde called upon her husband at the hospital yesterday afternoon The operation this morning will be per formed by Dr. John Brdman of (0 West Fifty-second street, assisted by Dr. Hqulers. CUPID BAGS FOUR WTXD000SES. rings Basra Laet ef Family af Thlrteea la Oae Shof. New BauNawiCK, N. J . Sept. !. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wlldgoose of Livingston avenue have thirteen children, nine of whom are married. Announcement haa just been made that the remaining four have become engaged. Andrew Is to marry Mlas Grace Ser vlse. Robert will marry Mlas Margaret de Hart of Franklin Park, and his slater Lillian will marry Herbert de Hart, who Is a brother of Margaret. Herbert Wlld geoee will marry Miss Barbara Bauer of Llndenau. The engsgement of Miss Anna Bauer, a twin alater of Barbara, to Wllber Lewie of Highland Park waa announced at the same time. ' The parents of the thirteen Wildgooses have twenty-four grandchildren now. THIEVES HACK WOMAN'S WREST Almost Sever Washerwoasaa Hand la struggle ta Get Her Peeketkeek. Uangater hacked the hand of a washerwoman and all but cut It from the wrist in Nineteenth street between Ninth and Tenth avenues laat night in a struggle to get a pocketbook In which the woman carried $20 collected from her patrons. The police attribute the assault to the C.opher gang. Policeman Martin of the Weat Seven teenth street station heard the woman scream and ran down the street. He found her In a doorway, her light hand bleeding and almoet aevered from the wrist. Martin made a tourniquet of hla handkerchief to stop the flow of blood and took the woman to the station house. There she fainted. Dr. Kutll of the New York Hospital made ten stitches In her wrist and five more In the fingers of the hand to close the wounda. The washerwoman said she was Mrs. Agnes Barcarlon. 84 years old, of lit Tenth avenue. Her husband, ahe aald, was III, and had been for soma time. She had been doing washing for families In the Greenwich Village section and had col lected $30. While on her way home with the money a young man whom ahe rec ognised as one of the corner loungers of the neighborhood stopped her and asked for a dime. Upon her refusal, she said, th,. man attacked her with a knife and Correction with j wa. kilned by two other young men. Mayor Kline. The municipal steamship Then the policeman appeared and the aa rth.it rage. -I gangsters ran away. taking her purs Senator t.odge and Senator Root pointed out that this restriction would greatly retard Importations by private collectors and evidently this Mew found favor with the conference committee, which to-day removed all restrictions on Importations. Senator Lodge pointed out that nearly all private collections made by wealthy Americans sbroad altlmately found their way Into some Institution where the general public was permitted to enjoy them. The Senators referred to the collection of the late J. P. Morgan, which ultimately will go to the Metropoli tan Museum of Art, and to many public works of art now on exhibition In that museum. tn short, the advocates of free art won on every Important point and they owe a debt of gratitude to Chairman Under wood, who made such a determined light, assisted by his colleagues from the House, who stood upon their traditional policy of leading Denwrata In favor of fre art. In the debate Senator Lodge conceded that It had been the policy of the Demo crats In Congress to encourage free art, while his own party, aa a rule, had Im posed heavy duties. The conference committee made marked progress to-day. but when they adjourned late this afternoon there etlll remained In dispute between the houses nearly twenty Important matters. Chair man Underwood expressed the hope that by hard work the conferees would be able to complete all of the rates and schedules In the bill and be prepared when the con ference Is resumed next year to take up Income tax. administrative features and cotton futures taxes F.aarravlBT Farsae Alsa Free. Many important matters that have been In dlapute were settled by the conference to-day In addition to the arte paragraph. The Senate amendment to the paragraph fixing dutlea on furs was accepted, aa waa a special amendment put In by the Senate numbered 16U. putting on the free Hat "steel engraved forma for bonds, debentures, stock certificates, negotiable receipts, notes and other securities, and engraved ateel platea, dlee and rolls suit able for use In engraving or printing bonds, stock certificates or other securi ties." One of the laat acta of the conference committee to-day waa to straighten out the paragraph relating to leather. The Houee paragraph plaoad a duty of 15 per eent. on chamois aklna and 10 per cent, on pianoforte, pianoforte action and glove leathers, The Senate rewrote the para graph, greatly enlarging Ita acope and making It Include the aklna of "seal, aheep, goat, lamb and kid, calf aklna and leather dressed and finished. In cluding patent. Japanned, varnished or ensmelled" when not used In the manu facture of boots and ahoee. The Senate surrendered to the House on the allk schedule, giving up Ita specific rates and restoring the ad valorem rates An the House bill and agreeing to a re duction of dutlea below those carried in the bill as It pasaed the Senate. An t waa also reached on aluminum. ratal prevailing, MAT BE ANOTHER BALKAN WAR. ervla Said to Be Meadlaa Troops to Albania Greece Frarfal. spatial raDlt htmpafrli lo Tilt Si s London, Sept. 20. Despatches from Constantlople. Belgrade, Salonlca and Vienna Indicate that It Is not likely that the Balkan page will lat long. It is said that there Is grave trouble on the north ern frontier of Albania whither Servla is sending 20.000 troops. The agreement between Turkey and Bulgaria and the delay in an agreement between the Ottoman and Greek govern ments is worrying the Oreeks, who are afraid that the unexpectedly rapid agree ment between Turkey and Bulgaria cov ers an aggressive convention. On the other hand, pending the signa ture of the Turco-Bulgarian agreement. there are rumors of a hitch between these two countries and a possible reawakening of trouble. minute and fnrtv-eieht seconds At the mm-. .h. .w specie rahlt Peaantes t Tnr. Si v a..- i.i. w ,h. ,u Brai-tN. Sept. 19. -The withholding of I tne lacis in regaio 10 ine suiciae or Princess Sophia of Saxe-Weimar-Bleenaeh Is creating a crop of rumors as to Its B.MM II ,.,, MM BUL,kAMU Ik. 11., 'i iio-ii ii, puinii, hii .,iiv ,1 iu inni 1 station and some distance beyond. station and the Brooklyn Bridge. Be fore Mr. Medley could stop other locals ! from leaving Fourteenth street the trains It was only on August 10 that peace was signed at Bucharest between the warring Balkan States. FINE GOES TO PRISONER'S CHILD Jadve Mnlqoeen Mela Precedent la Sentencing Abandoaer of Minor. Judge Mulqueen set a precedent In General Sessions Court yesterday when he sentenced Abraham Akavier. a baker recently extradited from Chicago for abandoning his minor child, to a term of from one to two years In Jail and fined the man 11.000. If the baker pays the Arte the money w be turned over to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children as a fund for the education of the child. It Waa the flrst time, aa far as mem ories of those about the Criminal Courts Building went, that a flue was ever Im posed with such a provision. express Traeke Jasaased, Onlers were given to divert the local trains above Fourteenth street to the express tracks. There is a crossover be tween Fourteenth and eighteenth street. This doubled the congestion of trains on the southbound express tracka and th crowd wa ao hard to handle that soon the express trains were crawling along behind each other, making long stops at stations because of the thousands of people who Jammed Into the ('.oorwnys and frequent stops between stations be cause of the congestion ahead. The heat was unbearable. The guards turned on the fans, but this had little effect in clearing the air. made stifling by thousands, and the Jam Ir each car. usually so had In rush hour, had tight ened so that many women were nearly overcome. The express station held such crowds that It was considered a danger. At Fourteenth street after the platform had people Jammed together on every Inch of it and overflowing up the stairs and Berlin banker who was said to be her fiance, arrived at Heidelberg to-day to attend the funeral to-morrow, when the body will be cremated. It Is now said thai the suicide wa not caused In a love affair and gossip is busy as to the cause PLANS FUNERAL WHILE DYING. Kmrry Payne Killed ky Oak He Was Baskini: RiisiK, J Sept. Pinned under a tree which fell upon hlin and realising that lie had luit a few hours to live and was last losing OOP. sciousne. Bntery Tax re, a farmer, of Pleasant I 'lain, gave direction yester day to hy wife regarding his funeral. Payne had sawed bnlf way through the trunk of a large oak tree when it toppled over and pinned him to the ground. The man's cries brought resell. 1 h to the scene. They sawed the tree Into two parts and when a team of horses were brought Payne directed which sec. tlon should be removed tlrst He asked tf Malta ,,,,, h - I ., j all the way to the ticket chopper guards! araa h(. funri, , b,. ron,lllol(.,, ' " died shortly afterward. ONE JUROR UNSEATS ANOTHER. held others bark, letting them into the station a few at a time as trains slowly relieved the pack. Whole Syslesa Blacked. The congestion spread all through the system. The northbound express trains had to carry traffic bound In that direc tion without the aid of locals, and half an hour after the accident the situation was Just as bad on the northbound tracka aa It was 011 the south. Manager Hedley got a wrecking crew of seventy-five men at fifteen minutes to j Vermont were lined up to sing bdny 8, and It took an hour and a half to relay There was fun galore among the blue the track where It had been ripped up. Jackets. Some of them could not turn The rush hours usually last until ten or ; a tune with 11 monkey wrench, and the fifteen minutes after i; at 7 o'clock last ; singing masters ran up and down the night the trains were carrying the ; line In a wild eliase for the false notes. BLUEJACKETS NOW WARBLERS. Slnglaa Lessons Hen In ami Teacher Wildly Chase False Nate. N'osro .K . Va . Sept. (, Pursuant to a recent order from Secretary Daniels 1,1)00 sailor at the I.K'al training sta tion now get singing lessons twice a week. The first lesson was held yester day at the station, and the area, of the ALL SULZER MOVES FAIL. Rmpty Wrats at Moralaa Session, hat All Mitel In Afternoon. A I. ban v . Sept. 19, Ilcavv legal ar-' (Diary romblad all day at the Bulser trial. The Governor was heaten in the morning on his important contention that Senators Krawley. Ramsperger and Banner should he expelled from the court because they are members of the Kraw ley committee and that Senator Wacncr should not .sit as a judge because he would step into the Lieutenant-Governor shoes If Mr. Sulzer were removed. in the afternoon Louis Marshall of New York got luiif way through his em pliajlc argument for the dismissal of Ihe cane on the ground that the Assembly in an extraordinary session called by QoV Sulzer had no impeaching power. Mr. Marshall will continue hi argu ment at 1 o'clock Monday afternoon, Whan the court reconvenes. At 1 ha t hour also the hundred witnesses palled for and against William Sulzer must I present themselves. The taking of testimony probably will not begin before Tuesday afternoon or perhaps Wednesday. Many hours of do. hate will precede It. Alton B. Parker will answer Mr. Marshall. Il-Cady Her rich and Austen Q, Fox. for the defence, will challenge the Impeachment art Idea and try to have articles 1. I and rl punsed--those which accuse t tic tjov emor Of falsifying his campaign state ment and of mlaapplytns money g'ven him for campaign purposes, Brnckclt t llefenrt Article. Two hour probably win he required for this plea, and then the court will hear for the first time x-Senator Kd amr T. Brackt tt defending the article for the Impeachment managers. It wae supposed for a time that the Oovernor's counsel would allege that the articles nre in bad form, hut .ludse Herrkk's comment was: "The form 1 bad enough, but not worth fussing over." Public Interest in the trial wns not so great to-day as yesterdav. Tin cer tainty tnat the seas-ions, I'ruirT Hi A M to 12:30 P. M, and from J P, M. to 11:30 )'. M.i WOtlld I" packed with preliminary legal argument kept away many per- 1011 who Will assault the Capitol when lever the first wltnetw takes th, stand When the crier's "Heur ye! Hear ye!" "mm I . . XI B mtniAiTni, M ,m 1 1 , I n ( Km t.Ul,.,MMl At 7:30 tne two aainagea cars ware run xjuiXi IMUUvn A UAH WlHjJUW openou ...".. Wltk Hla Befare. In the County Court tu Brooklyn yes terday when the twelve Jurymen In the case of a youth charged with assault had been declared satisfactory by both sides and were about to be sworn Oscar Chris tiansen, one of the Jurors, sprang up and onto a siding soutn or tne nrookiyn Bridge station and from that time on It took about an hour and a half to get the locals banked north of the Brooklyn Bridge in and out of the City Hall sta tion and started 011 the northbound trip. Mr. Hedley said that there were not Man on Nlallon Platform Hobs Hlrl Hiding la a Train. as a Hay nidge train was pulling out aqareesing jua.e ia.im.oge sain: , mr ,.. ..Mntv nassaiiaers on the train I object to Juror No. .1. He Is un fit to sit on a Jury. He will not bring In a verdict In accord with the evidence, but will hold out for a verdict that la unjust. He should not be allowed to alt In the case." The explanation of thla outburst waa that Christiansen end Julius B. Wolf of 00 Belmont avenue. Juror No. 0, ware op: which caused the trouble. They were lightly Jolted, but If any one waa hurt at all It did not come to the attention of the police or the Interborough offi cials. , The schedule calls for auch cloae head way at' that time of night," aald Mr. Hedley. "that any miss throws the whole ... , line oul ui 1 hi, mi, iy .wire a Jury in a trial of a real estate dealer) . ....,, ..,, on ea.h . th. four for grand larceny two day. ago and Wolf hour th.t held out and forced a dbtagraement. through, any Assistant Dlatrlct Attorn.y Lee said: 1 lv, exnr.M MttwaM the bridge "I agree with you. Mr Christiansen. I anrt Kleaty-alsta street. Will excuse Juror No. 5." y figure that each express train Wolf then left the box and another carries 1,00 people and each local oar Jurer waa selected la hla place. lie 700 people eSfltu) the rush hours." ' gallery were Iwre and thirteen Senaiora a 1 were absent Hut later applicants for I seat were turned away, and in a half hour the Senators all had appeared. of the Forty-sixth street station in Brook- BaTly In thi afternoon a guardian of lyn last night a man on the platform the portals said to Patrick H, Met abe, reached through a window and picked a clerk of the Senate: "How 11 bout I10IU handbag from the lap of Mia BllSabeth nK that reserved Heat for the liov M. Knapp, daughter of Horace Ureelcy I ,.,., secretary?" Knapp, an architect of 111 Broadway, j ..T,H.r n reserved seat. What Her horn. I. at .023 Tenth avenue. Hrook- ,.,.. uM Ml, McC(tb(. The train pulled out and the man ! ' ll'arnt'd Umt V"'""rilu- " hla I walked down to the Htreet. Krnesl morning Place in 1 ne gaurry nau neen I Klnot-hler of 330 Forty-lift h street. Brook. 1 held for .the (lovcrnor s secretary, Chee- lyn, saw the Incident. He followed the man with the purse until he met Police man Wedmenlng and had the man at tested. In the Fourth avenue station th purse wa found In hi pocket. It con tained lift and 11 gold watch and chain. The prisoner gave his ham us Kerry Uoharty, 40 years old, of 740& Fifth av nun, Brooklyn. ter C. Piatt. "Oo lack and tell the men at Hie door that there's to be no dlsi 1 iitiinnilon." Mr. McCain" suld. Mr. Piatt was missing (rum the gallery tin:, afternoon. . I. I., ll..,, .IHm ,M till .llMMlM. . .A ll, ,1,10 MM. I " ,v v 1 S ,niy j of Hit trial waa adopted ia ( morning I With