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Fair to-day; to-morrow fair and warm(' noaenie narrowest winds. Dcitiled weather reports will be found on pigr I VOL. LXXXI.-NO. 44. COURT HALTS SULZER TRIAL finmwilur f 'nitiionl l!i .,1 , (jpjIDMIIjr OUllSOl IllV!ttMl 0 .rru; To-day mi a Toclmionlity. lie hail charge of the Investigation of the TTTW.'I.' AITI I I.MJV IIUVIHI"I,I" of Noiv "ven rallioad and ell I'llli .MlliLl'ilt HUNT1 wrote thp-rccent report which nttiacted Jiidtfp Cullen Says I)Hay Is Xn Indication of Mon itors' Views. I '"Kny years In Congress. ' Patrick .1. Karrcl. for ni.ni- yeais' (iOVKUXOR SEES A KTI,'l'om,,,', for !' commission ; Davldo . lve... 1 II I. I nn,.nP .1 .-...ll.. ....... r ., .. If Ousted rimis to Slump the Si.ite Xcxt Month and Hun Airnln Next Year. A. mt. Oct. 13. Instead of pioceed- 1 'tic !i.,iril a erdlct to. day the lm l ,! i e. nt court unexpectedly halted to j allow the lawyers to argue a question of' grave signlttcanc.- to both sides to-tnor-' ow mottling. Tl'p ipiittlou Is. How shall the court ensMer ,,, pondering the , or Inno- r. 'ie of liov. Sulzer the testimony which Henry Morgeuth.tu, Ambassador to Tur key. liu.icaii W. Peck. Superintendent of Public Works, and Allan A. It van. Rave for the pecutlon? This testimony reviewed acts of the' 'ioveinor not inentloiud iu tlie iiiipi.uli ii nt ,ii tides. The conversations which M-. .Morfienthau and Mr. Iiau had with Mr. Sulzer took place aft-r he was lm- p. ached. Mr. Moi-Rentlniu testllled that Hie ioernor asked him lo "be ease on in. and to treat the Ambassador's 11,000 lon-nbutloii as a -personal matter b-I twein you and me." Duncan W. Peck -ore that the (ioternor mlvlsed him to I perjure himself belote the rr. hiv I'fim inlttee as to Mr. Peck's J.I.Hi contribution -to "Do ... I shall deny it." Through Mian i:.i,. the itoteriioi's futile attempt o have William Uimes. Jr., and Charles I- Murph stop the trljl was tevealed. In the opinion of many peisons the dls losu'cs of tlv three witnesses hit the Sulzer defence Its hardest blows. That It would iount heavily In th- verdict was "bvlous. Ytt as members of the court ppro-u-hcil that verdict It was borne In i ipou them that 111" place of Hie testi noiiy In the impeachmuit at Holes hail not been fixed. Tit Kll 'rs-sllliionr to Article. Th right artlelts must be voted upon ui! b run. I'ndci what head should he flaii-Morsenthnii-Pcck testimony f me ? 'I", .'m' three men save money to the andlUate. Did their testimony apply only ;o artlclc.j 1. 1! and t, relating lo the Oover r's false caiiipnlgn statement and U'c of atnpalgn money In the stock market" Or ould It be classed also as evidence that , e tried to suppress testimony and be np- pi rd to article 4, which Is the "supples- ion article? if so, would that article '-ave to bp amended, and does the lm-, iuit have the amending power . I'eachinint court have the amending power or only the Asscmbli, which prepared the articles. Tluse were points In the pioblem which ' ic court confronted to-day. I'll si the nine Court of Appeals Judges considered Hum In its own rooms at the Capitol. Then they called In Robert F. Wagner, president pro tern, of the Senate, and Sen ator Lion It. Brown, leader of the Iiepub ' i.in minority, and consulted with them as ' the advisability of asking the trial twyers to argue the puzzling question. One of the results of this conference wus that the Court of Appeals Judgts did nut reach the trial room until 3 o'clock, naif an hour after the appointed lime of inning to-day's session. Tin- other was tkat the court Inimedlutely went Into i n-cret smslon and for nearly an hour and a half debated whether or not the lawjeis i-hould be Invited to argue. Ink Lawyer Iu Amur Theie was no roll call In this ptivala 'insultailoii. Without dissent they agreed mat Presiding Judge CuIIen should make mis request, which he did when the doors ure icoptned to the gallery spectator n n 1 newspaper reporters : "The court desires counsel for both Turtles to argue further the question whether the acts and conversations testi fied to by Peck, Morgenthau and Ryan, or either of them, can be considered as belnK i' ts of misconduct for which the respond ent can be convicted under Article 4, or 'nly na corroborative evidence of the other negations stated In the charges; and whether this court has the power to amenJ ie articles. If they are Insufficient, to In i ude. the acts so as to Include them." ' Gentlemen," Judge CuIIen added, N'i iking directly to the opposing counsel. "the oourt considers the question which It Iihs atked you to argue of- considerable importance and therefore, so that your wnurnent be deliberate and on reflection, it will Rive you until to-morrow morning ' I" o'clock, at which time you will np Mir here, if you desire, either side, to torr.ply with the request ot the court. "And especially I wish to Impress on the counsel and on all persons who ara m attendance In this court that notlflca 'Inn of this desire on the part of the court ''J'-i not Indicate any views as to the nieritb of this case having been taken by ine court or any members. It Is simply " get your views on this question, on " hlcn, with all respect to the great ability and arnestness with which this case was a irufd, we would like to have further Instruction and Information.1 vrmiuipnt Beajlns at 1 1 i.IO A. M. een.itnr Wagnur reminded Judge CuIIen l".it Hm Legislature Is due to meet and "IJourn at 11 o'clock to-morrow morning ibuiit iiiun nave ine argunienx as 10 ( Kyaii-.Morgenthuu-Peck testimony In frruined it waa decided to have It begin ' 11 :S0 o'clock instead of 10. U-Ca.ly Henlck and Louis Marshall will 'orcsent the defence, and ex-Senator Hrckctt and John n. HtanchfleKT the i oseriiii,.,,., Prybably each -ld will talk l't an hour. II promises to be one Ceallnued oh Fourffl Pag. NEW DECKER MAY SUCCEED PROUTY. Commerce Commissioner lo limit Rallruail Valuation Hitrraa. WAnniNflTON,1 Oct. 13, -Charles A. Pi only of Newport, VI., since S'J6 u I member of the Inteistute Commerce Coin- I mission and fur imp term Uh chairman, .in -. . . '" ,r,lre nMl month to become illteetor of the bureau of ali l-t valuation of j railroads to be created by thp commission. Commissioner I'rout.v wan appointed b I President Cleveland as u llepubllcun mcin ( ber of thp commission. Hp has been con . sldered one of Its moat radical members. o much attention, Commissioner Prouty's retirement will mane two vacancies on thp commission for President Wilson to till this vciir. i up term of Commissioner .liids,,,, c Clements of Georgia will expire In Decern ber. It Is expected that he will be re , appointed. He is a Democrat and served I " iiiiiiuiner iu ine iiosion , Chamber of Commerce and at one time I connected with the Wabash system, and artin s. Decker of the Second Dlsttlct Public Service Commission of New York and one tlnip assistant secretary of the interstate Commerce Commission are mentioned as possibilities to succeed Mr. rrouty. TWO ARMED MEN CAUSE i PANIC ON CROWDED CAR AtlHO.Villr Women When Hett'l - .. , me inrerieres a nil Takes rf . . k Ml . "IIIIS a IlOr Mffllt. The bomegolng of forty passenger- on .. simthbound Third avenue. Brooklyn. v:,,:: rn: Ja:'nl"K ?eor..e Prldiv ,,t ih n..i, . Ilton -i venue nn ii.iijsaim of SO l'.'ir. iu 1 ,,r station In presenting Cteronu and Michael Hngenlto. Iwth tleth street, finiii liumplug ngalnst the knees of women and putpiiely falling !mn their laps. i runty hoi on I lit- , .It Willi i h.. t,,-,, fir i't.i,..i ...... ... ... cause he didn't like their conduct In the ; street and su,p.M.le,l they would ...ntlin.e i in anii.n. . The two men planted theinseUcs In front of two girls mid at eveiy lurch of the car bumped with meat fon u..lnt them. Tile gitls i etuonstr.ite.l. and v did men passengers. Prlday watned the pair to behave, ami H.ilano and Ku- " , , m lecmc saw me nun ui ii levoiw-r sticking out of li.ilrann's pocket. He grabbed the man. and both rolled on to the tloor. Prlday v.tl ll.l..nn'. , .... MaVled for li,: d piss'cs, his way. ami. drawing his rexolver, hn l.verlioiI In the car got excited an.t several iildeil the ileteellve. while other disarmed Knirenlto. tlenrge Newman of 13ii Twelfth street, Hi ooklx n. blew Pil- ilai's call whistle ui Hi,, l.ntei's iequet anil then fell off the car. breaking his '"B- i Two policemen got alumni at Kour- teenth strtet, wheu- the ptlsoneis weie j taken off. Di. Mays of the Methodist llpi.-copal I """Idtal patchnl up the prlsoucie, and ,n" detective. K.ilzann and Kngi nlto were locweil up at the l lflh avenue station mi! wild fowl was slghied for violating the Sullivan law against j Lookup's weie iiImi .tinned on in curving weapons. jtr.lle iiiunlng across the Jamaica nriy n-iii"h"s. and iu-.iges wqie sent to nil THIS CASH FAILS TO LURE BRYAN 1 "f '" m ages on Lung Island V. I so far as could lie le;iiH"'i Won't Talk nl Soelntlsi .Vleellnui no one had sighted .!.,! after he ill"- tfrald, Sa Oraanlirr. .S , Secretary of State William Jennlng Ilryan has turned down a chance to get n.1.1 ... ...II. .. ........ I laiu iui .. iiiii. ii iruiai inaui.iiiiu:i . rates, lie gave as ins leasuii tne pies. sure of other business. It was learned yesterday that the ex- j ecuilve committee here of the Socialist ' party wanted Mr. Ilryan tu take part in I .....ni. u on..... n... .iui.n. i. .. .... cl.Mlst at Carnegie Hull. The committee ' wiote Mr. Hiyan that he mlglil choose 1 his own date and that his expenses as"""1 "eluiuiit Paik. His . .ui i -. ii,U him; well as Ills regular lecture fee would be paid. Mr. Urynii's tefusal sunitlsed the com mittee. Julius l lei ber. organiser of tlie local Socialists, said that he didn't he lieve that It was the pressure of business I so much as fear that kept Mr. Iliy.ili from earning tho fee. ' "I believe he was afiaid to debate the question of socialism with a well posted I up to date Socialist," said Mr. (lerber. i j COPS CLOSED MICHAUD'S SHOW. ! ' ."ay Rrataaranl Keeper's Cabaret Shoald Have Had License. Inspector James allien. In charge of the old Tenderloin, got a telegram ye-stenluy afternoon advising lilin lo look over ihe cabaret at Mlchaud's restaurant at Broad way and Forty-second street last night. With Serg. Llebolt and half a dozen detectives Inspector (llllen enjoyed what he said was a full slzo vaudeville show and then arrested Alfred C. Michaud. the proprietor, charging him with runnlngva theatrical show without a license. Aliout 250 diners were Iu the place at the time and some of them fallowed Michaud down to the West Thirtieth street station and then to (he night court. Sonic seventeen chorus girls and men from the show, with their makeup still on,, were In the court room when Magistrate Fre-schl adjourned the case until Wednesday. Hall for Michaud was set at $500, which wus put up Immediately by one of the diners. VOYAGERS' HATS UNTOUCHED. Iloten Women Wrarlna; Alirretlra Admitted by Customs Men, A dozen or more women who arrived vesterday by the Holland-America liner Hotterdam wore aigrettes In their hats, but none of them was requested by cus toms Inspectors to take the feather out and turn II over to Uie custody of Uncle Sam. A woman voyager who said she was a member of Ihe Audubon Society suggested to one of the Inspectors thut he should do something, us shu believed many of the feathers were nought abroad, The In spector Infoimed his superior and I hey decided lo let the women with III alfrettM alone. YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1913. Copyright, !FLIER IS LOST; VANISHES IN FOG Ii'i'm's From Hempstead Field About 7 A. 31.: Then No Trace of Niin.- 10 SI'jA M A V UK BLOWN , i ',...,. ,i.n..K. 1 :.; I'.'.. I I "Hl dS Watt'll III illll f Wireless Messages to Ships Fruitless. PKIEXUS (JIVE IT IIOI'E .M ihiir Aii'iiian Planned Enler Aeroplane Knee Around Manhattan. to I Albert .I Jewel, nn experienced avi.iiur. left Hempstead, I.. I., jesteiilay morning to fly to the Oakuooil HelKhts Aeroilrome " In St.iten Island, where he expected to .nt In the i .ire around Manhattan Inland i in the afternoon. He did not teach SLiten Island and he has not len seen since he left Hemp- I Z j su an I tl! l.lsl til.'ht i.. i..n...i-M ri...i.. 1..., all hope that he was safe somewhere. It ls believed that . sea and drowned. was blown out to! ,1. 1!. Hull, manager of the aviation inept j on Staten Island, In which Jewel was to I have taken part, said last night : "1 think I drowns .... ,-ch. u ""i"-. aim " is u humu.vi ! "m thl" '"" haH l'vvn iklid "i' ty ' " 1,0-u ,ni,t h'" n" wireless." I .... ... .. .. , t:o- M" oll'y ' ' 'nlity Oltlcl.ils of ih- Muls.-int International , Kllei, to which Jewel was attached. Kept Jin touch by win le-s with all ships ntn- V..,.- V...L all day . -tenl.iy and with wlirle-s stations as far as NautucUet, No trace of (he inlsln uM.itor was found He nppaifiitl) wa sw.illim.d in a cloud t of mist as mK, us he left Hempstead 1 Plains in ti. rut I) morning. 1 Wlilespreml e(ir.li In Vi.ln. j Althotmh a special lookout was Urpi for J,'el l. Mirfineii at the lile siviug . , . . , , ".,-ii- ... .-tei.i.i iicn h oi'came M'i"" lh.it Hie .iiliii.in was missing, no lfpoit of the mkIiHui; of an aeroplaiio llllil lieetl e. elt-.Ml f.. II... lir.. ! - ias't n,."" ' I " '" l,u" Witern I'nluii towei .it ,,ni "ion towers at l'lre Island Marin.d Hie sk c.u efulli all mm nlng. and the w-atih was in.iliit.ilneil until dusk Iu the hope Hut the aviator, after hauug lost his way In Hi.. earl morning mists, might llml a fnoilng upper air current win luck In land iu case, as was feared, he had b.-i n i ai ried out to sea All of Ho life saving stations along 1'iie Island 1,. .ich were asked early for news iff the inisng aviator, but although the station lookouts watiJied sky as well a. sea. nothing mure than high ll- ii I Hired 1 1 .nn view of the wall hers at , llimiisteail Plains. I ,1... v.i . . Ml,. I .1.. .. .1. .. I mm the Navisinl, ,fe saving siatlnn. which Is Ihe clearing home for news from gig New .leisey coast statliuis, I-un,. ii,,. aiue repiitt: "No aeioplane sighted" tillileil HIT Tiiniiril .liiiiuilca. " at ' -40 "''loik when Jewel rii-c , i.iiiuie me iiii.iiiu neiii .it i it.iiii., I.,' llN M"I'"'' ui..ni.ilane iltlnlnt t.vpei and Kl"1' '' "" ""' '"" "d J.iiiiiiIim lium lieliuiint i'.ui, i'i lliiuil.li ii. and , at hiss tin. Nuuows tu St. nen Island. ineie was a inwes, wiuil esl idai . that had powei i. iiln. 1 ii It was a du that .Hl.il.ns call bll!o.iyi "I'd il.iiigeious fin Jewel in anj luidrtian lo liy In get In SI, it. mi NIiiuI 'I'I;. n,, which avjalois say Is at best dllllcull, t.tk-s "Cioss Sin ep. head ISa, .lam.lli-a liny -'"d N''' York Hay, wh-ic aeniiane.s inn """ manv "Ir nnveltles. Ml'. Hall, ni.iiiam-r of yesterday's meet "r "f n" -Moisam nu-r- pllses. ircelvi-d wind fi.iin lleinpstea.l at his inom In tin- Hotel McAlpiu the mo ment Jewel left the Held. He kept In touch with the field and other places i Jewel's route, but received no woid of the llle-i's whereabout. Hi' became wni-j lied when lie i cached the Held hefoe( noon. ll iifteinnon he had wireless tnes-! s.igcs go.iu up mid down the coast In an effort to lln,i Jcwil and at daik last night he gave up hope. Jewel had Intended tu leave Hempstead foi Staten Island on Sunday night, Ills wife, whu had been boarding with him at the house of Mrs. (1, II. La Polnte in Hempstead, left that til Kll t for Stat.-n Island to be theie on his arilvul. Hut Jewel found his machine not In perfect working older Sunday night and so de . !dcd to wait until murnlug. He tinkered about tlie machine; Iu his luumar until 9 o'clock Sunday night and then went tu bed. Airman Jocular ou Startln. Ho was up nt 6 o'clock yesterday morn ing. He was confident- and liuppy, Other aviators on the field saw to It that the eighty horse-power motor of tho mono plane was In order. Tho aviators anVI Alfred llcinrlcha helped Jewel to get away, He had plenty of gas und oil und should have made the trip In thirty-five minutes. Jewel was Jocular with his companions Just before ho rose Into the air in his brown monopluiiu with Us tail of white, lie couldn't swim und wore a pneumatic tire Inner tube about his shoulders as a life lueserver, It was rumored thai Jewel was seen 5,fi00 feel above Helmont Park, hut as fur CoNtlnucd on fourth fact. GERMAN CRUISER TO MEXICO. llerthn Sail From Hull fax la Slop I .Newport for Orders, fpeeial Cable Detpateh lo Tne 8i IlKRLI.v, Oct. 13. The Cologne Hiit.ffe sn.vs that In view of thp situation In Mex ico, Germany lias decided to send a war ship to that country. Halifax. N. S., Oct, 13. At t o'clock this afternoon thp Herman cruiser llerth.i, which hn been here for two weeks, sailed for Newport, where further orders will be j tecalve-d. It wki not known by the Ger- man Consulate, In the city that the cruller !"'''' " proceed thereafter to Mexico on account of the trout)!., there as reported In a cable from Berlin. WON'T BE BOSSED, SAYS McCALL. 1 Mcseiita .Newspaper Imputation Tlml lie I Marphr'a Mug. I Answering the charge of certain news- i Papers that he Is not his own man and ,ni,t " becomes Mayor he will be under ine tnunui or Charles v. Murphy, reward 15. McCall clenched his fist yesterday and said that he will do precisely what he thinks is right. "When they said that I would not tie ' master of my own will," he said, "they ) knew very well that no man can control , me. They knew very well that neither , Murphy nor any other man will be able lo dictate what I shall do." i Judge McCall said that the necessary sequel to vicious attacks on public men would be the placing In power of men who will obey the dictates of editors. Strong men, hp said, will be unwilling to run for oltlee and subject themselves to public tevlllng. He had no quarrel with the freedom of the press, he said, but he would ko to any length lo prevent news paper license. LOWER EXPRESS RATES NOT TO COME OCTOBER 15 t'ompaiiies (5pt More Time to , Present Aruiiiiients on Present ArK'uinents on Small Piiekajrps. . Wamii.sy.tov, Oct. IS.- -The reduced ex press, rates ordered by the Interstate I Commerce Commission will not go fnto ' effect on October 15, the. date tlrst fixed. Some time ago the express companbs tiled 1 a petition with the commission asking for i a postponement of the effective date. The ' companies wanted more time to make certain adjustments. Also they wan tea the commission to consider further ar- guimnOi by the companies na to why the I commission's order In regard to rates on . , , ' . . , small packages should not stand. I For some reason the commission. It wis ''-r" hn. 'ailed ! take up the petition of the express companies and the latter awaiting the action of the comml-. slim, have not tiled the necessary lawful notices In regard to changes in rates. Then-fore It Is said at the commission's otitic It will be necessary for the commls. slop to enter un order postponing the ef fective date of the new anil lower rates. It Is not disclosed how much longer the public will have to wait before the reduc tions become operative. VISCOUNT PROVES LEGITIMACY I'eiiirt Finds Carl uf Mirceishu tlnrrlaue iilhl. SvkiiiI I'alilr IhtpiittK in Tut. Six l.osliON. Ilct 1,1 Viscount lllgeslle. the eldest sou of the Lai nf Shtewsbur, ihe piemler Karl of Lngland, appeared to ilai .n the Piiib.it.. and Dlvoice division of the law miirts to move hi Icglllmacv The case arose in the couitt of a business I ransmtl.iu In which big int.restH were 1 ,. . . . . . ... i iuvol 1 mid In whlih somebodv urns. llmieil the Count, ss of Shiewshur.v's ilistj ,r "'"'"on next in-t,t,( ,,, r.v.nl marriage lo the Kail. The Marl and Vis. i " evcerpl finm Senator H.nil.head s toil lount Ihiiught that iu view of this tiies. ""'"' '"'fi re the Senalo i-.-itiii.i ig n lines linn ii deilaratliiii of Pgltlmacy slionld l,e Hk-X'I'K e-oiiimm i vv lit. Ii M, itani,. i. iiiiiiinnce,i(Mniie tne evidence was nlitalii-i alile. in.- i.tin nun i no ii ii'ss weie i.i..i, ... "" -! I1-:' Vlscinint lug.sii,. was'1,' bom Sepl.-mbei s nf the same eai It-I10' fore sh- maiile.1 Hi,. Karl the Countess w"" Mis. .Mlllci Muud Sin. left . ' liusb.iiiil April 21. ISM .Vli Mundv su, d ! mm iiivorec anil Ills cue vlas undefended. A mine ii It- f was gniiit. d , 1 1, ceinber, ' 'vl, and the ilhotce wa made iibsoltue 1 " June 2u, 1 .s:' Th. Kail and the Coun tess W"e I I H .1 the nit lliiv Anoiher mantage ceieiunuy was p.-i-funned on Julj iti. l:. 'n,;,, ., ll(l)M lieianse then- was some doubt Iu Hie minds of the law.veis as to whether nr not tln-re was a month's time allowed for Un tight to appeal In an undefended divorce case, which would have made tile tlrst man lane prciuntuic, .The court pion ceil Viscount Ingestte legitimate. " JUDGE SPEER SERIOUSLY ILL. - - -- . Huie I'rnni Milliliter Place Tno l'lislcliins al UriUlilr. J Mot-.NT Ann. (Iu, int. i.-i, -Siiffeilng 1 from a piulongeil attack nf gastritis Judge Kmory Spcer of tlie Southern District of ileorgla has been biought' here from his summer home at Highlands, N. C. Two physicians aie attending him and his con dltlou Is regarded as seiluus. His henlth has been ihhh- all siinimei, but has become more critical dining the last two weeks. ARKANSAS TO BE "DRY," s"lr e Court Sustains Bill .Making II llnrd in (iel License. 1-iHl.il Itocu, Ark., Oct. 13. The Arkansas Supirmc Court tendered an opinion lo.day which will prohibit tho wile, of liquor In the Stato after Decem ber 111. The validity of Senate bill No. US was unstained by the court. This bill, passed by I bo last Legislature, requires a petition containing the niiines of a majority of whltie adults of any communlt), after tho entire county has been voted wet under local option, before the County Judge can grunt n liquor license. The negro, a factor In voting many counties wot, waa thus excluded. The Legislature attached an "emerfency clause" to the bill, declaring It to be lm pcliellee f"i' Ihe Immediate preservation of pea, c, health and public safety, but one M'clioii of the hill made the act effective Januury 1, 1914. 1913, by the Hun rrinlhip and Publishing CAPT. BARR TELLS "SUN" OF RESCUE OF 529 FROM VOLTURNO UNDERWOOD IN RAGE AT HOBSON IN HOUSE Lender Is Called ''Tool of Willi Street" by Ex-Xnval Offieer. ( ( ' A R( E ' HOTLY HEX I El) I'lidenvood Savs Uyan (iave $10,000 to Help Wilson Heroine Governor. Washington, Oct. 13. A political de bate between Oscar W. Underwood anil Richmond P. Hobson. candidates for the I'nlted States Senate from Alabama, In the House to-day bordered on the sensa tional. The nanus of President Wilson. Secretary Ilryan and Thomas 1'. Ryan of New Voik were biought into the bitter discussion. Mr. Hobson tclleiaied a charge he had made on the stump in Alabama, that Mr. Underwood as a candidate for the Demo cratic Presidential nomination last year was used us a "tool by Wull Street," and that he was likewise a "tool of the liquor Interests" Mr. Hobson further charged that suppoit foi Ml. Cnderwood's Presi dential candld.ie.i "was obtained under fatse pretences.'' Mr. Underwood, white with anger, re plitd, culling on his antagonist to pro duce evidence that lie ever had served the Interests of either Wall Street or the whiskey ring. The UndcrwcHid-Hohson debate was the liveliest nflnir of the kind witnessed In the House In many years. Mr. Hobson recalled that In ll'l! Si cre tary Ilryan had characterized Mr. I'liilerwuil as a "icac tluiury candidate." Tbrlr IHIYrrriicra Hurled. Keplvlng to this thrust Mr. fndei wood said . "Mr. Ilryan and I huve had our dif ferences. We buried them for thu bene lit of tlie Democratic party. I i hailing the gentleman lo get from Mr. Hrjan to day a statement that I am a reactionary." This statement, which embodied the news now made known to thu public for the first tim that Mr. Cndi rwood and' Mr ilryan had buried the hatchet nH did Mr. llryau and Speaker elark early In the Wilson Administration, was gre-eied with loud applause by Hi,. Democrats. Ml. Hobson was responsible tor the de bate, lie was provoked to title i.mce b a speech dellVtretl iu the House hut week by Hi prencntatlve Jeremiah Doiiuian of Connecticut, a D, mnciat. who i. In,l:...l win iroui ih. s,ii:i loiial rae,. at the mugestlou of Picsldent Wllmii. Un,. of thi'Mi newspaper articles expressed ciiiioiiy conceining Mr. Hob', son's supi.orl of Mi Underwood for the Pie sldelltl ll nomination. "If he knew .ill these daik and ei thmi.-s" ! i T1' iifen.il to Mi. llnlmufs ch.uge that '' '"1,'r ''Klerworid i,as 1(, ,lf ,, I. -...., I.. . , . 1,1 " whlsl.cv rln 4""u "cannw .sig... haimg i..ei,.d , i '" frniii Thomas 1". Us in f..r 1 .l.".. i- ' "n , ,-n i inn i.iiti.iiii i..,. ' he .is.iim, , full .-i)...!, . , i.Hi i '"" c ii'.iiue ami ,1 Mm. seinciu r I Ill : in iinije). Ir. Ur. tin's Mm,.!!,,.,,,. ii.ii.suti men i,. id finm Hi, ( .Me ll'l ail s St. I -c, lent as i .... "Ml. Harmon and Mi I'nd ud .in- iiaciiiin.ii v ..iiiii i .it.., it. ,i i ii tll'lil Was p, , lirMt. lint .he :,,g tNin.-s 1 began to smile ui, Mr fndei .,d , so.,,, ' "ecu vldeiit that llnimiii was not mulling Itendwa." ili.it Is nut niy staleiuent, s.,l Mr Hobson "That Is le statement f Will. I lam Jennings Hry.iu, and however men may differ with Mr. Hfyan's inlltlcal liollcles I have to acu a niiiti who doubts. Ids Intemlt.v. his bounty and his truth fuliiers. "My suppoit of Mi fndc wiii.d and tne support of the oal iMnon.i'.s and the' prosre-fsne citizens of Alabama added Mr Hobson. "weie obtained nude i.i,. pictencis. Had known that Thomas 1'oitune Ityan, the man whom M' Hi van cil...!,...! I ... I - " " iiniiie iii me ii, ii. .mote con vention and accuseiUpf being the tool of Wall Street and of trying to capture, the party, was financing the major part of Oscar Underwood's campaign, not only would 1 not have supporte-d him but 1 would have fouclit him and, what Is more, he never would have been the choice of the people of Alabama. "The support of the peiople of Alabama, I say, wus secuivd for Mr. Underwood for the Presidency under falso pretences and Connecticut, a D, mnciat. who i. In,l:...l i-epiion. Thn Inlhr nnnn , .oi neK,cciing me pulilic IJ.il p.utlcu ai v tu bid f,ir the Imnilsrint ' . . ... lies It. pursuit of the elusive dollar the. Irade ami die..l.s ,,. ...1 !" . " " i -SaVrd' ",wl,t ,hlrt-v "1U nlm-ty-lhr. e f le ir,.l.an.. r..- .. ., . . . . i . I ...... ni.v (Winn , ii irii i I ill,, cr.ni- 11 ere I rE:1: . . '"' ' V...k and ,t;itt.M,i;i;: 1,hoS''M,nH. of the crew were killed ..cord ceria , newst. ,e , T ' 15 '" ' ' ''"" "' nv Une In .he " P10"1"" that s.nrt.,1 ,ho nr. i tatlve Hetiiv D. ci.ivton from in.. 1 cutting on the part of lines selected ov entiially saved s.enw to l,u nut ilv I here declare that tl.elr support of hlni11""'''1 tu ''-'l'00" proceed for the United States Senate shall not be obtained similarly under false pretences." Mr, Underwood, who had listened tu this tirade and had gradually been grow Iiib white with anger, lost no time Iu 'to (lying. Ho bo.ran hj expressing regiet thut Alabama politics was "dragged" to the lloor of the House, Referring to newspaper statements that Mr. Hobson had said 111 a public speech and interviews that Mr. Underwood was "a tool of Wull Street" and a tool of the "liquor Interests," tho House leader said he had waited patiently to answer the charge until he could look Mr. Hobson In the face. Then turning gravely tnwatd his col !?asru Mr Underwood called on him Continued on fijth I'ajc, Aatoclatto. RUMOR OP WRECK PLOT. Liverpool llenr. Uranium Company Illume Rivals for Voltarno'a I.ou. Special Cable Detpateh to Tn 8cs. I.ivpoot Oct. 13. There Is a rumor In Liverpool, which Is unbelievable, but which the correspondent of Tun BUM sends, for what It Is worth, to the effect that the destruction of the slenm.hlr. Volturno was the result of a deliberate 1 Plot. Tills Is said to bo the belief of the owners of the Uranium Line, who ascribe it to attempts of rival emigrant lines lo break up the Continental business of the company, Capt, Tlnsley, manager of the Uranium company here, who until three years ago was asslstnnt superintendent of the Cu nard company, says he has been Im pressed with the signs of bitter antago nism on the part of the Continental rivals of the Uranium company, who were alarmed over thu rapid growth of the trade of the latter company from Dutch IKirts. This antagonism was shown in inanv ways says Capt. Tlnsley. The Herman olllclala forbade Herman emigrants to sail on vessels of the Uianluni Line, and there was constant trouble with the sea men, who were Dutch and Rejglsns, and whose disaffection Is attributed by Capt. Tlnsley lo Interference by rlvr.l com panies. Capt. Tlnsley has been trying for a long time to remove the Dutch and Ilelglan element from the crews, whose Hrltlsh oftleei's found these men tloublesoine. dipt, Tinsley says he has received many threatening letters. He got one on the eve of the sailing of the Volturno which read: "If you do not grant our demands, one of your boats will be burned' There was trouble with the ciew be fuii- the Volturno sailed, but It was not serious enough to prevent thu vessel from leaving. it Is the assumption of the owners of the line and of Cupt. Tlnslev that a boinli was exploded iu the hold nf the Vol turtio and that the explosion set tire lo the ship. FOE OF STEAMSHIP POOL l ran I ii in Company Unl Independent Kmlaxrnnt Line. The Uianluni Steamship Company has been In existence seven ,v.-nrs and from the first tins been operated n an Inde pendent company. It is distinctly a.closw corporation, with no offlceis and no din-dors It Is said that the stock Is con trolled by railroad anil other corporations in mis country and Canada. Us opera tlou are ,li,eci,,l through four general m.n.ageis. one each In New Yoik. Holler- am, London and Halifax. The Ninth Atlantic steamship pool has fought the Cranium company from its In- puiin. ine latter coinnanv was mean. bv Hie pniil In start shl,,. t ii... , , , ' ' "" lay and hour as the Uranium company Ileal I) drove the' Independent concern to the wall. ne uranium mmpanv still has iroulile III IJurop... wheie members .if ih.. ..i control th,. situation- It ws said by one or the oiii.iai, r n. fninl, riim,mnv yestetdav that Ho. lietmin (li ernment will not allow a i.ass,ne,.i r.,,. ,i,i I book, d to a ,,,, ,. ,, ..... ,,, ,...'. i comp.iiiv's li.Mls ( 1TUss the Isinlei BELIEVE CHEMICALS EXPLOnVTl " "" Heaehed sou f tiln. The manifest , ,f . Volluun. , ,,. , :e-el's ..,. .,s made up of a mls.'el- '-"I'ous nssoitinenl of rh, mica Is Among! me nen.s ,,,,, ...,s! r ,,hltd,. ufifinul and hopes that iiiriiim, siiu casus ,,r gin. ami c.is. s of iciii 1 a knge iiiiaulit.t or liailiim peroxide i llli'JI iiliautlt.v of imtatoes. it Is "li tltllt tlie I'Mlloslon Uhl.'li 1.II1...I manv peisnus was due to ii,.. ir,. teaching the liiemli-als Tin. gin was stored under ,11'" deck aft, wheie S.Velal llles b'-l BALLOONS STILL UP IN CUP RACE. Ainerli-Hn Knlranl Iteportrd Passing liter Channel Islands. fpretol Calile Heipateti la Tur Srs, Pints, Hit. 1,1 None of the balloons whu h st.irtul tvwnty.four houra ago for Hie lioidon lb mil tt cup has vet beep I e polled to have latidisl. The lioodyear, an American balloon piloted by Itnlph l'p. son, was teported to lie passing over Ihe Channel Islands. The other seventeen me still aloft somewhere between Tours und Itennes or within an area of about 200 miles. The German balloon Hamburg II., piloted by Ileut. von Poll, Herr Polio wltz old, passed low over Chateau d'Un. The pilot asked for Ills location, but tlie people who had noticed the Gorman flag tiling from the buloon seized thesgulde rope and called the police. The latter al- The Ainei'ii'an bulloou Uncle Sam, II. U. Honeywell pilot, is over the Saone-et-1ilte department ami Is drifting alonf ut a snail's pace. TO TAKE HUG OUT OF BUNNY HUG llrclor Will Open Ianclntt School With Menaaierle Step Barred. The Rev. George D. Hadley, rector of St. John's Episcopal Church, Jersey City, In arranging to open a school of modern dancing where the young people of the Dergen section may learn the latest steps In the terpslchorcan art. He says he be lieves that "one can be modern even In dancing 'without being a beat' or a 'bunny' nr h 'turkey' or some other creature not usually admitted to a drawing room oi a ballroom." PRICE TWO CENTS. Cflrimuiias Master .(lives Graphic Description of DisavSter. TWO CALLED HEKOES Pas.seiirrs on Cuiianl Liner Praise Han anil Capt. Inch. LIXEJiS XKAKIX(J X. V. Kni'tiicisl am! Kronnlainl With lllli Survivors K pec ted To-morrow. ItEI.IEF PLAXS rOMPIiETi; lied Cross to Give lniiniirrani Money and Clothes on Arrival. Capt llarr of the Cnrnianui told to Tub Si'n correspondent in Llve-rponi last night the splendid story of the rescue of .MS of the Volttirno's passengers and crew. He- commanded the International Ile-et which answered the S (1 S call. und so tnanu'iivred twelve ste-.imshtp- that collisions were avoided nnd the Voltiirno'si survivors, taken off safi-1 despite thu great storm. The pamwngej-a nf the Carnianl.i s.i that there were two heroes whose cour age and Intelligent- stand nut In Hi dory of the disaster Cupt. Inch, w-Im subdued a mutiny and kept hundred from virtual eulcido In small bouts, alio Capt. Harr, wliemo rcsouTefulne.'.-. smoothed the difficult problems of the rescue work. Oil taken Us place with wireless as a means of grent life savlnc Had not th tank steamship Xarragansctt pumped vast quantities of nil on the raging mm f ' """" r nrvl wouM I ' U''" ab'"' kv,,rK ",,,Wr th" v" - the small boats of the fleet would no- take survivor- I ......... .., ,i , . ... I - "") "' panic, ine- cn.irgo made m I Walter Trl.,ie....i,i .1 , . ,i,i i ii iir.-ua itioinlng some of Hie i rmv pructlcallv mutinied, shovul .lsldo women nnd c-hll- elren, sei.e.l lifeboats and Were ilrnwiied when those, boats were crushed against the ship's side. Tei-moriiivv, it ts expei-n-il. twn ships britigitis: nearly .Oil of the Voltiirno's survivors will reach Ih.s port. Tin. ili'os.er Kurfuerst with lor. ali,i,u, should arrive here iMiiy Wednesday uiornlug. She reporti'il li.-is,.f i;no miles east of Sandy Honk at noun yestcrdaj The Krnonland shniiM reach h.... Weelneed.iv t.lght. She was l.:',l ,.s rl"l,1, ' northw.y M;.. l'''" Mine bus app. ne, for a rel.ef .1 liber.-!' I espouse will be mad e The sun Ivol s of (he Vultiirno Inst everything tliey ti.n1 Tile He'd Cross has in i-ansi il to meet the suivlvors on th,. Kiul,land nnd the Ur.i-e.ser Kurfiierst to take i-ai.. of them wlillo here' und to do what ,s possible toward lemming families, BARR'S OWN STORY OF RESCUE. Cariuanla's Cnptnln Telia "Sun" Hum Cl-'ll PasiM-tiHi-rs Wers- Saeet. Kpecial Cable Vetpatil. lo Tin: Si l.lVfKI-oot.. Oct. N -Capi Hat. f ,hP Caiman!.! stood in the smoking room ,,f his ship this morning at l o'clock and told Tin: St-N correspondent ihe story of how the passengera of the Volturno weie ie. cued. The Carnianl.i united heie a few mln ute tiefore 1 A. M. laipt. llarr vms al most too weary lo talk, lie was hev eyed. His face was deeply lined from sleeplessness and exhaustion. He smoked cigarettes nervously as hn talked. "1 won't pin myself to any time for this Interview," said the captain, "he-cause I'm u very tired man. I'll do the best I can. "It was about H o'clock on tin. morning of October 9 when I got a message from the Volturno, which said she was ntlir and wanted assistance Immediately. I changed the Curnianla's coume and or dered all possible speed, "We arrived a little before noon. I saw that the Volturno was smoking badly for ward, 1 saw that It wus evidently u big lire. All of the Volturno's people w-ete crowded nt tho after end, A north-north went tale wue blowing und I could sen the Volturno's propellers lifting completely out of the witter. There was a cousldei able number of boats still mi the after deck, and I had learned en mule that Son people weie still aboatil liei Tin, vt Un less bad said alio that 1&0 had gone away in the boats. It seemed a foolish thine to risk lowering tin- Cm mania's boats in such circumstances, but I fill that wc hat tu make a try to help them "1 thought of tending out four I mrno s stern and flotn. life- lines. I All reimris ri-1'i.ici..i pit. i .ii...,