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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair to-day and to-morrow; moderate south
west and west winds.
Detailed weither reports will be found on pace 15.
VOL. LXXXI. NO. 101.
HUERTA TO RULE
UNTIL NEXT JULY
roiirrt's Doi-laws Recent
Kkrtion to Bo Xiill
Adherence Would Have
Meant Huerta's Retire
ment on January 1.
RE11ELS XBAlt TAMP1CO
Britain Sends Two More War
ships to Mexico Villa May
iril r.ihlt linmich to Tin: Six
t!i Presidential election which was
held on Oclolier 16 last.
The Congress declared lien
Uueita President ad Interim and mi-1
tiiorlied him to retain the 1'resldcney
until the first Sunday in .Inly. 18H.
which Is tliu date fixed for the lie ,
The action of the Congress In aiinull- ,
Ing the election was buseel on the fall-.
lire of tin majority of districts 10 niaue ,
returns on October ".'ii. Only 7,107 dls-
trlcts ent in returna out of u poslblo
14V00 and of these 42.". were declared
lcKu1, , , .
Thc Constitution requires that more
than one-half of the districts send In
leisul returns anil the election Is for that
reason declared null and void.
Conslltnllun A lolnletl.
The action nt CoiiRresM In decrceim;
that Ucn. Illienn may muu, i..-- . '-,ir:ini ami uixi M m,m,m
deticy U contrary to the coiislltutional , Imp.-ralne. ,
provisions, which stipulate that no: The other side nas thai : a declaration .
omvlslolial President may retain power l'"" 'U-arterly should be made
, r,'i.iu lo-inorrow in onier io siive uir imoirin
more than eleven ir.ontlu.. This ttniilo yf MnK 1,1r.llltw,,,1 ,,y
Will c.vplre on January 1 next. aavings banks. This privilege would cease
When the Congress assembled l.'ti for 1K1.tKl of ears If the dividend went
members wire pieaent and the resolu- ( ,rinw 1)er cent. In any car.
tlon flxliiK the date of tho new eleo- j ii ts htld In support of this that the
tions uiul ailthorlzluB lluertu to remain , heavy d. reus In .nrnlnus for the curnnt
ill power v.as pnsseu uiiaiiiiiiouBi . - -
Ten members of the Catholic party. ":. Intemmce eMe.dlt.ir...
.... i ii i .i... ..iihow n bstier earnings
however, left the ball beloio the loll , ,.,,.... )Vl.,,(. ,
.......e ii...il unanimously. '
One. of tho Deputies moved that lien
lluertii bo declared President by au- ,
clamatlon. hut Senor Jose Lopez, j
Sneaker of the Chamber piolested .
m-iilriMt this move "II the ground that I
It was not constitutional. He thereupon i
ordeied the roll mil and the risoluttim i
was luloiiteil. .
l.'niler this uctlon by Congnss (Sen.
Huerta will remain Prevldeiit eif Mexico
until the liuiuguratlon of u successor
to be elected on July 1, 1914.
Interest In Wilson's Attitude.
There la the keenest expectation in
the capital to-nlglit an to what will be
thc attitude of President Wilson iui the
result of the action taken by Congress j
The Presidential term, according te
the Constitution, Is hIx years, to which
Hhould be ndded two years of tho un
expired term of Portlrio DIaa.
Diplomats here ore eagerly discuss
ing the eiuestion as to whether or not
their respective Governments are likely
to renew their recognition of the Huerta
Government now that it has been de
cided that Huerta will remain in power.
Tho War Department admitted to
night that the rcbcla were within flfte-en
miles of Tiunplco uml that they had
Private! di-Bpntclies from reMdeiils of
Tiunplco say, however, that the city
.Surround City of 'leple.
According to relluble Information re-
ielved hero to-night the rebels now
hold tho entire territory of Tepic ex
cept tho city of the same name, which
they have effectively surrounded.
These rebels have made their head
iiuarters at Huclemla Pugii, wherei
lighting Is now in progreH.s. The fol
lowing rebel proclamation from that
itnitory has Just been lecelved here:
"Tiiliib Division op tiik Constitu
tionalist Aiimy tip the lMcnii:.
"To All Coxciciimku;
"He it Itnown that the 3.1I0 of fell
necessaries of life will be made under
iho pupcwlslon of tho pnllilcnl prefect.
11 nnlmals slaughtered must, bo pur
eiiKHed from tin; hcadeiuurters. Restora
tion and Justice. .
"Santiauo IjmIIII.VIMi -"ov" 1W3'
"Col. JoriU uc la Ahmas."
The Kutlonul Hullwuys report that
rebels headed for Tampliio have reached
Altanilvn, only llfteen miles distant.
This Is the only Mititcitlu approach to
the Qulf port.
Tliu icIhiIh in rived tlKiti this morn
ing after inurclilng twenty-tlvo miles
during tho night, capturing all stallons.
They have not yet attemptud to dumuge
the railroad line between Taniplco nnd
ban Luis Totosi. This greatly aur
yriaea the railway otllclols.
The rebels near Montorny urc hold
log their ground, but are not threaten
1ns the city. They have it big force at
The fate of Ltimres and Montemoreloa
OMttaiwif m 0m4 fag.
POLICE 8T0P KAUFFMAN PLAY.
Leadlne; l.adi- In "lliium- or llniul
aajr" la Arrested,
A few minutes befoic tlio curtain was
to go up last night nt the Cecil Spooner
Theatre. 163d street and Southern Jtoul
vard, on the third performance of "The
House of ltondoge-." u piny dramatized
from Reginald Wright Knuffniiiti's 1"'""
! of the name name. Police Sergeant Qulmi
walked back of the scenes and preciiteel
a warrant for the arrest of Cecil Spooner,
the leading lady, and Joseph Cone, man
ager of the theatre.
The warrant charged the production of
an Indecent play and was Imucd by Mag
istrate Murphy. Miss Spooner piotestoel
but at last consented to bo t" tho
Morrlsanla pollc- station. The 2.0"' per
sons In the audience were Informed that
the play would not be produced and that
they could get their money back If they
A crowd followed Miss Snootier and hrr
manager to the Ktatlon and cheered lur
from the sidewalk. When she c.iuio out
of the Htatlon to enter u patrol wagon for
the night court they cheered again.
At night court .Miss Spooner and Mr.
Cone were paroled In the custody of their
lawyer. Meyer Goldman, for a hearing
.....I... r.i.i ...... m -
to-day before Chief Magistrate McAdoo.
NEW HAVEN DROPS TO
i 1-2, new low record
Posiolt' 1'llXCll Dividend To-(i
day Depre.Ms Stock Tluil
Onee Sold for 27!.
s.w- unveil fell to a ti'-w low reiord of j
. ' .. ,,.r,,.iv ,, ,., tmt th dividend
0, ,0 pass,,.,! entliely at the directors'
meeting to-ihi. The stock was rewristi,
j di dining I'j points from the prclous
j cIosIiik. The lilghe-t point ever reaeheil
uy the slock ns :;!.
j ,rh( ,,,,,,!,,, l,,rt,, publication
! of an Interxlew with KM Whltn. y. a mem-
,,,,.,,,,,. rl,inl,t,.,.. i
I wn,., lu, t,.,t the roail ouht to pass
, ,. dividend entlrl.. as It had not been
learned. Those who acre.. I with him said
that the road nail leacmu lis pnseiu
troubhs partly tlirouch iilnK duldends
f(ir t)u, nitt ,,X 0,irM n,at w.re not
'our mrmis is .me to Kieany uii-rensrii
nt as to tho
I in tlou that will In taken.
DR. INGRAM GETS CHALLENGE
Col. OiiioiMnei W iinls In Mn
l Three l.nnir.
.,,,; c,i,(c ;u'r. i.. Tin Sis
I.oNlMiN, le, '.i. The lllshnp of Lotl
dun. Dr. Iiigiam, In a spieih at a purity
meeting on Sunday, said that although
he Is not married he believes he Is us
tit as any man of his years, ii.'., and could
"take mi any of them of the sanm nge
at any game they cared to play."
Col. ommaney, has accepted the
I challenge and olTcied to-day to meet the
hIhIhi at any three games of his own
(.lousing If he will unilirliiKe to nuet Col.
Ommaney at ttnee games of the hitter's
The Hlshop Is an adept at lawn tennis,
golf ami cycling. Col, Ommaney Is pro
ficient in tennis, billiards and other games.
The IJIshop is considering tho challenge.
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING."
Woman Himcl It When She Think
anno Diamond Stolen.
A woman atepiwd otT a subway train
at Grand Central Station jesterday
afternoon, looked down at her lavalllere,
saw that a big diamond wa missing and
"I havo been robbed," she tald to at.
tendants who hurried up to see what
had caued the sudden traffic, congestion.
..n.,... tliief tins taken niv hltr stone!"
, , . wl.,.,mt ...,. 1(lIo Bhe rushed
from the station chiming the diamond.
A few minute i later an excited weimart
dashed Into tho KmM Fitly-first ftreet
HtatLon and told Lieut, Andy Wines,
who used to bo ft good sleuth, that her
name was Mrs. licorge Harley, sn:o
Thliteenth avenue, Ilrooklyn. and that she
had been robbed of a JS'K) diamond
which belonged In her lavallierr.
"Oh, what wliall I elo." she cried. "1
was oo attached to that stone, or rather
that stone wns attached to ino er,-er,
ah eh!" "er hand sllpptsl down In
side her waist and a look of great re
lief came over her face. "Oh, no, here it
Is, lieutenant, It's alt right. Now how
did It get there. I'm sure eenio emu miint
havo cut It off."
NEW POLICE GET MORE PAY,
l.onrit Grade I'ntrolmru lo neerlir
91,000 a Year From Oct, I.
Chief Inspector Max Schmlttbcrger an
nounced at a meeting of tho honor legion
of rhe Pollen Department last night that
Mayor Kllnu had ulgneel yesterday the
ordlnanco passed by the Hoard of Alder
men Increasing the salaries of all JKOO
and 1900 policemen to $1,000 a year. The
men will receive Increases dating from
The Rev. Krrnist M. Ktlres of St.
Thomas' Episcopal Chuich was Installed
aa an honorary member of tho legion.
It waa announced that Commissioner
Waldo had appointed a committee to
select names of police heroes who died
In the performance of duty for Inscrip
tion on a fMond tablet at huaelquarteni,
NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1913. coyrioht.
BAYONNE CRASH LAID
TO BIG 'NOTE KITERS'
flroun of New York Promoters
Said to Have Preyed on
LOANS MADE TO DIRECTORS
Examiner Asserted to Have
Thrown Out 9389,000 of
"Note ltlters" anA wromoters of Man
hattan, one of whom b a criminal rec
ord, preyed on the First National Hank
of Hayomio to such un extent. It was
learned yesterday, that they caused the
collapse of that Institution.
Members of the board of directors said
I "' night that Max Hart a
i"f New iork. who did some till
T.isuii & Co., the opera ticket "peculators,
nail qua.iihtei-il notes discounted at the
lunk, amounting to between J30.000 and
flij.nmi. They fuither admitted that one
of their fellow directors had borrowed
more limn :t'J,ooo from the hank and that
the entire amount of this man's loan"
might possibly reach JJO.OO. The Fed-1
ernl h-inklng law piovldes that a national
I..,, ib hnti not mult., it loiin of more than
p.r cent, of If capital to any one
i lli'livi'iiini or eoriiui,iuui.
i It wrs rumored also that .lullus O.
: llocke. on" of the directors, had borrowed
I a large iitnoimt of money from the bank.
When nuestloned, h said he had dls
I counted a note for VkOO". but never had
rrceUed mole than that from the InstI
I'll I I'll Worthless Slock.
note klters" borrowed from the
bank either on Individual notes or notes
"secund" by stock which has no market
alue, and thus. In the opinion of the Fed
eral authorities, not only wiped out the
surplus and undivided profits of $113,000
hut hae depreciated the assets of the
bank so that at least K.'.O.U-On li needed to
put It on a sound basis.
l-'roiu one niirce "t was learned yester
day that the bank has $38'.i,000 of ques
tionable paper. While the directors In-
utw. ..It .,., tnnlilifl nt thlM t.'it.,r
)() good t,u.y a(tim ,at ch.ul n. cllil.
ln.(I ,,.,,, ,,S!imm,r alll, .m.
ra . m.lvcri ,,., murk,,(, aImo,t that
,h ( al,(1 lms
that the director replace such notes with
The Federal authorities have bein on
tno trail or no '"-caned -note Htiri for
I' urrency nas cause.! a inorounn invent.
I... ,.,.1 l...lr ... . .!.......
lime a list of them. Tiny aro searchins
th assets of all nation il banks for thos
t'rliuliital teflon MiKHesleri.
In view of the attitude of the national
bank examiner to the conditions which
lie found In the bank .1 nas regaided as
! likely that he will submit cettaln facts
Illshopjto Hi,. I'nlted States Iitllct Attorney In
I in- jiioimoi; Hill lOHSUil ll. c i.iillij'-
iroiur oi ine i urieticy uist, necausn inai
officer has broad pomr and may. If he
In in" It In the Interest of th" deposl
tins, pardon any slight offence on the p.ut
or ilin etois anu penult tlie nanK lo i-.n-
tinun business Thn Comptiollei- has
poiifr to revoke the charter of u haul:
eiuce. however, facts are laid before ai It was fur'-liT etnlilllieii lo-sun .nai
I'.sl.-ral attorney time can be no diaw- Secretary Hryan did yiei.l to the D.imln
Ing back lean protect to t w extent of a'.ieiln-! tlio
Chapman was sent to the Dayor.nc first ' cha-acter of the commission s:it to watch
National because of the report that these
"note klters" had made Inroads on th"
assets of the bank His Investigation, no-i-otdlug
to directors themselves, has con
limed Mr. Chapman that of the $S00,OUO
of loans made to pep-on In Manhattan
almost one-half went to promoters. From
Information gleaned esterday tho bank
examiner's pmhe has revealed grave con
ditions which the dliectots characterize as
"hick of judgment on the part of the offi
cials of the bank."
Indeed, so grave Is the situation that
Chapman has called on Oeorge Carragan.
president of the bank, anil Beveral other
of tho olllcers to elc posit their stock with
lit i n.
It was prophesied III Wall Street six
mouths ago that the IJayonno First Na
tional was on the way to ruin because
the "note klters" hnd got their clutches
Clearing House banks and the Comp.
Holler of Ilia Cunency havo tUnrteel a
crusado against "note klters," and with
tho revelations In connection with the
failed Hayonne Institution It Is regarded
as llke-ly that tlie work of some of them
will bo stopped effectively.
Promoter's Note (Itiratlonrd,
One of th men to whom the bank
examiner was said to have taken ex
ception whs M. M. Halt, Who Is i-otnmoiily
known as Max Hart, a promoter, of
lir Nassau street, who Is In the Directory
of Directors as director nnd treasurer of
M. M. Hart, Inc. Directors of th
llayounn bank aecllned to tell Just how
much money Hart, who Is a depositor In
the bank, got on .loans. It was admitted
that ho had his own notes discounted
without giving nny security whatever. It
was also admitted that he hail been
Instrumental In getting notes dlsceiunted i Htcr Sullivan's conduct In his official and
for persons who bought stock In various private capacity He declined to answer
iomp.uilcH from him, jiuttlng his own iihiiio rjucstlons regaidlng chaiges understood to
on the notes as well. Tho collateral Is said navc been brought against Minister Sulll
to have been tho certificates of stock vnl)i and said that no criticism which he
which Hart himself had soiei to tha
mnkeis of the noto. The directors say
that the par value of this stock exceeds
the amount of thn loans.
That fact, however, Is disputed by the
Ills Itec-ord Invratlaated.
Several person In Mnuhnttan sale) yes
terday that they nad heard of Hart
boasting that he owned 61 per cent, of tlio
Mock of the iliiyomio, bank. Hart's name
does not appear on the stock list of the
Institution. Investigation of Hart has
Continued on Foiirta Page.
So ronnolniur omits ANOOMTI'KA HIT
TERS la puni-bM sua fsnoy drinks,- Mv,
THE CHRISTMAS SUN
Out Next Sunday
Can yon, by any strftth of your
Imagination, picture how City Hall
Park would look rwnodelled and re
stored to Its original condition?
intly brought Into your vision In a
two pare picture of New fork's pro
posed civic centre. This Is part of a
splendid eight page section of the I
Christmas HUN devoted to the I
adopted plans of our future rlty.
Printed on heavy paper by THE i
SUN'S Intaglio process, this section 1
Is work of art which all New ,
Yorkers should possess, for it will
show you how the city will took
a few years hence, and it has a
companion piece coming with thn
issue of December 21.
FOR DOMINICAN ROW
Hughes and llamill of Jersey
Said to Have Backed Ac
NEWSPAPERS EXON E HATED
Minister Started Trouble ly
Saying Y. S. Would Super
WltIN'iToN-, Dei-. Kenio'islblllty
for the alarm of the Dominican Umern-
ment over the Intended action of the
I'nlted States fjovernment with reference
to the elections to be held In that country
next Monday was definitely tlxed to-day
upon James M. Sullivan. American Min
ister nt Santo Domingo clt.
It was this alarm on the pan of the
...... ,.t .1. u..1.l.I ir. ft.,, siceeli-
uonur.ic.iiis woe." ,
Ing protest mn.le hv that Uovertiment
against any Aimrlcan "stipuilsloi." t i
"observation" of the cltctlons To-ilays
developments thoroughly illsprovid the
charge emanating from Mi. Ilryati's otllce
that the newspapers were M-spntisllil.le for
the Dominican protest because o' mis
representation of the situation.
What causH tlie lionilrumi C.owiti-
lQ ;i tl0 lIt W(11.Il.
unto ioimiii,i tint .'
. . - i..i.u.l .j, ii.niV! ;
ClilTinilSiOIl lioill (lie I ...i--. ;
anlve In a few days lor Hit puipose o:
oetseeing oi slipei Vising the -leeto:
to be he'.d next Monday This announce,
liient vas coiiuy-d to the I i.imlnicar.
!,.vrimiiit In the middle of hist week.
belore th- fact had been published In
the I'nlted States that the State Depart-,
men: was eien nmsiderltig ai.vtlitr.g In
connection with Doiiilnle.ni ilftlou-.
It is understood lore that not on! was
Minister Sullivan's aniiounccnic:.: ti lht
i-flect conve.Krt to tho Domi-.lear. Oowin -
liient. but that he also lau-nl It to be
i.rlni.d In the newspapeis jf saiilo
J ,ngo city. The Dominie au pi"t-st fol-
i teixvt-l at once.
llran Yielded lo Proletl.
tlii electlot a. Mr. Sullivan nnd uniiouuceu
that a "commission" would urrlva to
"supervise" or "oversee" the eb-ctlnns In
the face if tho Dominican piotest. how
ever, the gtoup of American olllclals des
patched to Santo Domingo were designated
as "friendly observers," ana as muiwn
uali" Instead of a commission of super
vision. No reply has been n-celved f.om th"
Dominican Government ss to Iti recep
tion of Mr. llryan's explanation of the
changed character of the m!.'Ion It !-
authoritatively understood, however, that
the Dominican protest was so broad anil
sweeping that It lr.cludi-d objection t ,-en
frlondly observerr" coming a 'in-
It I recognized taa r
ImpnssIHo for the Dominican (i.n-ernmentj
. .. . , n... ..in,. .,f tin Ktiite l
to attempt to .., p e an of the Ma ,
Department, and that mlf " ,
with having served notice of Its obje, tlon-. t
While not greatly Impressed with tho
Idea of thirty American officials coming
to "observe" th Dominican elections, It
Is acknowledged by the Government that
any foreigners, of course, have th right
to como and hch the elections, There Is
no Intention on the patt eif the Dominican
Government to furnish a guard fur the
American observers', however, or lo place
at their disposal nny extraordlnai y faclli-1
ties for scrutinizing ne oie.-ii";i--.
Representative Hamlll of Neev Jersey
I tinderstoeKl to have joined with Sctmtot
Hughes In urging on secretary iiiynn ire
appointment of Sullivan to the Dominican
post. Tho basis of Mr. HamlU's Interest
In Sullivan Is not known In Washington.
Mr. Hryan showed high displeasure when
inquiries, were addrcM-cd to him to-day
regarding tho allegations Involving Mlu
, t)lUKlt ill serving of consideration had
been brought to his attention.
Reticent a to Charge.
He said the MrCtuIre statement giving
an account of the former Syracuse
Mayor's visit tn Santo Domingo on the
Minister's suggestion that there were
Ooveritment contracts worth looking Into
hnd not been brought officially to his at
tention, Hu declined to say whether or
not It was usual for officers of the diplo
matic survlce to Invite their frlendt. to
take advantage of possible opportunities
to get profitable Government contracts or
C'etitltimd on Secosd Pa$.
in, v tt, nun rnnttng and pubntmg
MISS DURYEA HERE
Discarded Wife Reported on
Verge of Prostration
WSHOP GREER OPENS WAY
Decides Ills Consent Not Neces
sary Dr. Rahhitt Criti
J V.i"i r Haldwln, whoso wife permitted
'il.n to divorce her that ho might marry
I her nil time school chum and lifelong
I companion, Miss Lillian Duryea, came
to New Yoik yesterday from Nyack and
; with his hrldo-to-he went to the Chinch
. of thn Holy Communion. There at noon
me couple were marneu oy xne i.ev.
lir, Henry MotteL
The nt-w Mrs. Haldwln Is an adopted
daughter of the lute William Duryea, who
amassed a big fortune In the starch bust
Meantime Mrs. Wilbur Haldwln 1st,
who was Miss Kthcl Campbell of Nyack.
was said to be on the verge of prostra
tion In her home. With her was her llf-teeii-e:ir-old-.son,
At least one Kplscopa.1 minister at Ny
nek refused flatly to marry Mr. Baldwin
t" Miss Duryea. Ho was the Rev Dr.
I-'ranklln Habbltt, who for half a centun
has Include! the memlters of Miss 1hv
yea's family In Ills congregations
n Other .Minister Hefuard.
i..ssii at Njack ha it that other 'tilr.-
Isl.-rs were approached by Mr. Baldwin I
and that they as wi ll declined to nei-' jj4fJ I'unc is.-y, Dec. '.' A consign
form the eei enx.ii. Whether thl lh true-j ., f 3,;i0i,o ,.gg has i.nlv.d heie
l- not hie.Kii. mil it is ai lea.-, ciiam
that the I lei. I)-. Itahblii not only refused
t many the couple but went further
and slated publicly that he huped nono
of hii brethren would underta'e t.'is
It was ahoiit ic, d.is ussn t ia. Mr.
llaldwhi, il!.iurael In h!s Units to be
married H I. Is home town, journeyed to
N(.w Vo..; 11Rl t,aUli mghvl ,;,fPi;
fMN f (,t ,,..,.. UnnKU jterday. lie)
IikiuI; .-il If tliejv was anv reann why he,
c.-u.J t.: u. maire.1 i,y an l.plscopal
ltlslii. itieei did not pass oa th" case
lilniif, liat, as 1 tin custom In the
Kplsciip.il Church, tefetred the matter to
loiins.l. Ills attorney informed him In
writing that thee was no rea-um why his
co:.sent should b necessary before an
Kplsfopal mlnlsici loiiid perform thecete
o lestelu., .
li ei.M- of
onin'oi:. M-. Haldwln u..d Ins llancee
iv. t t ;o t;.e I'hmcli of th- Holy Com
I'.c.'n:., which on S!xt avi ain not far
fro:i. lll.hop ilicet's ntli.-e. ae.d wee mar
r..a nuse Tumble In ( hutch,
It v,.,.ais l.kejy t'a.it the marriage may
. mm! trouble In t':e Kp.c,ipal ('lunch,
I.i.way. that ws th.. opltilo- of Dt.
Habbltt. who didn't he. Hut., to sav so
v hen Infunned by Tin: Siw last mglit of
j t'l" wedding
"I am foiced l.i tin- opintor.. ' said Ui.
""n. umi iv.snop i.t.er must liave
mKiiloiiwil legaidlug the fails of
i the case." .i,d then lie .-untinued :
! "I certainly do not think it rii. e..
man who has n wife lii-iiik.-
iinothi-r woman, sprcialls jnder such clr
cuuistarii-es, where the man has virtually
leseiteel his wife because of her I'd
.Mrs lUIdwin 1st has not att.-mptcd
lo e-onceal the fact that she Is as much
In love with Mr. Italdwin i's she was on
the day of the ir matriage S'.n- has said
openly that Mr. Haldwln came to her and
explained that ho wanted a divorce be
cause h" was In low with Miss Durjea,
who had been a coi.stant visitor at the
Wnnleil Inkpiii-r of Sen nrto I (lenr.
The subject wss even talked over be.
tween Mrs Haldwln and Mls Duryea.
Mrs. Haldwln gave her coil"-:-.t witn cer
tain fctlpuhitlons and Mr. i.aliH.in wont
to Reno, where 1:- secured Ms divorce.
Thcro was on-! thh.g that c.-as
anxious mat urn ptiunn snouid tip
.sinnimi oi, n was inai hut - v-as rei er
a":-' Knu.lal Utwe.-n the fhr- arsons
'oiuenn el and that sho ntlil f.'.'Is kindly,
frlen-l. i,h Is now h-r husband' I
Mts. Haldwin 1-n letalns th" custody of
h'l- son, nnel by arrangement with Mr.
Haldwln Is lo be paid a e-ertiiin annuity
for llto She also has been made the
owner of the house ut N.iack In vhtch
she ami Mr. Haldwln lived,
It Is nut known whothel- or rot Mr.
and Mrs Haldwln expect to make their
home at Nyack after a blief honc.i niooa.
ELKUS FOR APPEALS COURT,
I'eieinil tn Minted, tee-eilel-
Iiih tn 11 Ine ll llspt-clailoii.
Al.u.l.N-v, Dec. !.--It Is expe.'tcd that
Gov. Glynn will nam" Abram 1. Klkus
of Matihattaii ns Asilstant Judge of the
Court of Appeals to lake otllce on Jan
uary 1, In place of Judge Wlllard Rart
lett. who will be-como Chief Judge on
It Is believed also thai the Governor!
will designate Supreme Court Justlre
Cuthbert W. Pound of Lockpott, a Re
publican, us a member of tho Court of
Appeals to take the place made vacant
by the election of Supieme Court Justice
Frnnk H. lllscock to the Court of Ap
peals, The. vacancy on the Supreme Court
bench caused by Justice lllscoclt's elec
tion will bo filled. It In predicted, by the
appointment of Frederick H. Hazard of
Utlc.i, at present the County Judge of
Tt is further believed that Gov. Glynn
will name Rartow H. Weeks to serve an
other year on the Supreme Court bench
In New York city to nil the vacancy
causrel by the resignation of Justice
LONDON WATCHES "THE SUN."
Prominence Olvea to II Comment I
on Mealon ,
tptdal CabU DftatcA to Tun So,
London, Deo. 10. Th Time clve
promtnenco this morning to the comment
cf The Sum on its Mexico city despatch's.
Th 'Washlnytnn correiponden: of the
I Time nfter referring to the state of feel
i Indliateil 'by such comment says it
I may ua said with tolerable assurance that
were any country to Khow aneer at t'.e j
luin;' ox m umiea maic in i:ie .ne;
cau crisis a wave of bitter retentmeiit
would gather In America grea'er than anv
slnco the Venezuela incident l:ee... t;nf.
land and the United States
CHRISTMAS GIFT OF $350,000 !
Mr. M. L. l:lkln de (Inluiie Willi
(lr( That I'mm (iranlfnlher' lUlnte.' W il.V I'l'dl jlS.
I'lULADKLPUIA, Deo. !i. Mrs. Minle -Loulso
Klklns do CJulKiie Is to I'vi'v,. a I
Christmas present of mor- than -,...... ' NEW INDICTMENT
It Is to come from the estate of her giaieU
father, the late William I. Klklns, who;
resided In Cheltenham.
rpon the death of Mr. Klklns, l:i in
, rclini. .,, ,llx,ViHl(1H f ,is W,,
l.u0,)0 was set aside for the Win lit f
I nls Briid.laughter Matle who wn" the
ulaUKliter of William I.. Klklns, Ji S i.,
then was in years old She uis t1 gel
for her education, inalnti iiiuu'e and sup-,'
port a-j much of the Income of the million',
as the executors and trusties saw lit to
1'pon attaining her in.tjorit ln was .
to receive the accumulated income, less
what hnd been expended In her be
half. She became of age In August last.
Judge William 1'. Solly Uriel- that the i
balance due her Is f 3f4,iM4 t)
CHINESE EGGS FOR THE COAST.
ConalKiimeiit of .'lll.dlltl rriim Mm nu
lla I to II reek Shortnue.
from Ctl!nUi T(lL. shipment was mad..
from Shanghai soon after new reach, d
the uiient that cegs were selling at ?.'
cents u dozen In Pacific coast cities. I
If the consignment is maiket'd profita
bly It Is said other shipments will be ,
made whenever thcie Is an egg faiuhie on
BARK FINDS CARGOES SCARCE.
SnIU Four Month Serklnt: In Vnln'
for SoniethliiK to Carry,
The Norwegian bark Alexander Law-
ll'IICe, II men Illl!. Ijet'li S..1I1IIK ilie Pdl i
for the last four months carrying ballast j seveial millions of dollars,
only, loafed Into thn bay esterday with Oov. William sutzer ild h" - a llil
K disgusted skipper, CRpt l'edersen. The peaclml because he refused to appoint
Kir hsrt the same ballast that was put, (!.llTm.,. o.miiiiss:!1..r ,,f Hmlie us ,.t tno
aboa.,1 at I.uenos Ayres, whe.i c'.ipt.
"d thence for Km Janeiro.
When he could no', tlnd a profitable cargo
at Itio Janeiro f:e owners ordered the
bark to Halifax.
Then the baik w.is ordered to P.es -
tlgouclie, N. 1!. for a cargo of
lumber for fie Itlver Plate, but the Rest! -
gouohe lllier was closing vii!!i ,-,. and.
Pederseu wasn't allowed to cargo
t'-.e htrl; went to Campbcllton,
mil then cone to New York.
CRANK DOGS MITCHEL AT AST0R.
Insist on Seeing Mmeir.ilirl ci
lle-lmlf e.f "the li.ses."
I. 11. O'ilain w.is the name mscrtlxd
ein a e aul eiivulated nrnurid the Hotel
A'tor last niclit by a man who Insisted
on haling a talk with John Piii-my
Mitclnd. It had been aoiiiniiic'd t iat Mr.
Mltchel would attend a h.iniiue: at pie -
hotel last nlKht nnd Mr. O'Hilu - ecii -
niauded that the Mayor-eieet ! found and
brought to him. Ilelow- his mme ho wrote
"Must see you . oncj on behalf of the
The card r.iie- leached Mr. Mitclicl, hut
the sender of It boonm- w- persistent.
He m ids maey attempts to enter un ele
vator, but every tlmo tlio dour cosl,
shutting him out. When he eli clarcil after
a time tl"it 'e had 'tint man's Mitt-.er.s
nnxber and would get to si him fouii."
seveta! ho-ife tloteit'ves ssc,i,;.., 'pm o
DIPHTHERIA MARY" FOUND.
l.lko "Xypfiolii Mar," I Ini.
1U ,( ,irrmt ,hl ,.,rrlp.. I
WrK!.,x-o. V. V.-,.. Dec. s.Tho Hoard ,
of Health osKr'aU here have rtlM-ovored
ft ,.n, ,lth,,tn Mi)ri.. .,. , ..Tph(lM
Mr.ry," whe some tlm ag-i caused th"
Na York heal,!' ui-.thorliies ho murh
trouble. Th" U il germ Incnbilnr Is
Mildred Shllton. 14 vriii old.
Accoullng fo Health Offi, r W. J.
Ktilur, the flrl carr.es n.illlotis of the
dlph'hrrla i,-i!i iu-ound In l.er svst!u,
yet i.he ueivi- has been 111 o'" h disease.
That the Shi tu.i gltl Is jet,vinclhl' for
the ep'demlo of 'j'phtheria which now Is
raglnc aniong the pupils 1 1 the Madison
school on tl'.e Isl.i'.d, Wiie-oln j: i i.in't
fnslilonabl" re-sl'l' tii o elistiier. Is the ,',s.
serttoii of the Hoiml of Jiealth oHklula.
OWN LIFE IN FILMS; ENDS IT.
Widow Whose nan-f liter Item Oft
Take l.aa After Heelng l'ln.
1I.muiiso.s-, N .1. Dee. ''. Mrs. Alice
Kelsey, u widow, whoso only child, un un
married daughtevr, left homes recently
nft'ir a mlHUnilerstauilliig with her mother,
went to a moving picture- show- yester
ela afternoon. Sho saw there a film tell,
lug ,tho story of a widow who committed
suicide after her husband hail died and
her daughter left homo; her own life
deplcteel on thn screen.
Mrs. Kelsey waa found Inter In thn eve
ning dead in tlm beeli-jom of her tint
at fid Hamilton street. r.. iiiot'i --js
llllod wltli gas from an ojioii nt, an; the
county physician said It was a rae if
All nrerfeiit Farm fausnse-a
ar mart at th Farm, In .southliore, .Mass,
Their auuce.s la owliic tu the chulco material.
and the nestnani and cleanlliim ot tlio
es.AHi . f rs n 1 H' f -O .iiAtiiid nuevaa Kitii
lark tr, lej tbumbci ttrett. sttiv,
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Ifl I DDMDV M Jl 1WT7TA
AS GRAFT TAKER
Accused Politician U Close
Friend of Tammany
CASIf I'AII) FOB "IIKLr
font ractor Tells at Doe In-
(juiiy of Dividing Hiirli-
Van Wort Id Tell Crand Jur
of Sending Check to
GRAFT, HE SAYS. ATE UP
$9,000 OF HIS $13,000
.Mm M. .Miirpliy, a cent fur War
mi Hros., a Hnlon patinj; riincern,
lest Hied in Hie .Inlui Hue proceedings
estrnla tliat he palil in riiniiaiKn
colli rihtil ion and roninilssinus to
ini'ii ulf) Itail poliliral infliieiirn j
more tlmn lt,0(M lo gel Ills product
sold (o thi' Stuli'. This Is a sum
inary of uliat. he sajs, hrranie of
)SI:I.mmi paid In him !y his company:
Itert'ived ill iiiinmissinns for sale ,
of paving, kki.ooo.
I'aid Iti Dcnnuralic Slate com- i
I'aid In .lames K. linfl'iiex
Joseph I). Carroll, ST.:t:t.l.
Kelalned fur himself. K:i.noil.
fiont In tin
i He Is .1
(! 'fit" y wa nil- . d ti t
highway graft llil cstigatioi
chise pirsoiial a. id o. it cai
friend of Chat lis I' Mmph I le was the
jpaitner of the Tammany ll.i.l leadei
I biother, John .1. Murphy, m th" contiait-
l lug business ami Is nput'd to be woith
itatTne is the i-ian who w.i.
f '"hvr ''' lljlr I!- 11 ' "
1 .uinediict loutia.-iur. as hai.iu i
1 S'fo.iina from lliir.c.u tor "ep. 1 1 idMc
I as to the lust way to get II uncus bid
' accepted alter n had b.en held up,
John M. Murphy, a cutr... t
ltll,". Nelson avenue, Tim Hrnnx, t 'title
beforo Chief .Magistral'- Mi Aelon M t
JiUltl Doe ploe-e'isllligs l ctcl d.i t'l t e
paid tu liaiTnv and Jo-eph Ii I'iri'oli
nine than $7,"on to g. i i..i,uits torn
tin- lligliwajs De partine nt.
lie swoie that (iatlnev r-i il.el a
I thing to earn that money, lie said In' pa.d
; it to him in. I. Iy because . ,).:,! lialT.
1 in y s Inlliieiic- would help him at Mlmny
I Jose ph D. I'arioll is dead. He elied on
November of hiM year lb- was tne
general m.iii iot nnd tieasuiei of l'iss,
I Im-rr ': I'.nroll, hoi so dealer? at Twenty.
1 fourth street and Thlid uiii.in
' For in my lenrs this ..ur.p.im irid a
I monopoly Hi th" sal-- of li.'is.s m ic
H. In top yens the city paid nunc than
$",00v.(i"0 to ti e firm
f'lose I'rleiie! of 'riiiiiiiuiiiv I blei,
Mr Cat loll i .is the i.i-. tnnid of
Chailes F. .Murphy lie was treisiltet .,f
th" New York Coiuta.-tlng Con pin ,
wiiica had the ii'.iOO.OuO job of excrv.it
Ing the site for the lennh ilini Had
lo iei station. He was treasurer f the
New Yort: Conn acting and Truck r.s: l oin
Puny. H" was the ti-"asiiiet nl tm It- id
i "onipa I'
vi y wealth,.
I J.-ihn A. 11'IIIK. will i ,i a. :
Grand Jui ti .1 - i und. i u !
Mr Whitman nn. u ..- exp'' l '
will give, ter'tmor wn.cli i.i" u
the indictment for peijuiy o." s."n.
' men who have been itrund J-i'v .-
Due witness'-- lecenf.i
i !r. H-nr.ii'sjr propablv w! I 'i ,
I tinned also nlout wnut h ki -, of
I Oaifney's dealings w'th Stat" olhcrl.oide.-
I Another witt.iss w c.o v. . II ' e c i t
the Grand Ju- Il Dirfllev l!-r M I
ff HudsO.l Fells, fCT-Slirer (if !' e J'J
ft Veen Wlrr Kugtui-ri:ii; a-l Coi iruc
! Hon I'mnpair He will lepe-ut tue y
lie- tokl nt the John Doc iin nr tc'ili,.
th.it lm se-:,; to George M Palo. . 1'c -v.
crat.' State chairman, i c'l.ck fur j.'OV
.is i-ampiiig.-i i out! Sautlu'i ft. mi ., roi
poratlou. It is iiiiiiireioud l .a District
Attorney Whi'n.n ".il as c f. a-i indict
.to'.a. .M. .Mm p. .v le still' il tout 1 - 'lm
pa lug Galfii'.y nial Carioll more than
T,t"'i for tlu-ir Inlluein.". he nude n cine
palgr '-ontriliiitlim of U'.H'io on tno .id
vice of Can oil, who told e, n b h.d,at
ll might help tht-m. lie scld lie did not
consult Gaffuey b'ore iiiiilug til's coRs
tilbutlon, but talked to hl-i. about it atter
ward, This I'.llIlP I1U', out I : hilt lull, no ic Hilled,
was stLtgisted t i h'.m h" C Go. ,1 im ltee'
a that tlmo Sup. i Iniendent of lliga.iuyt
Ho sal.- Reel ottm lit trying to get iiu'.
ness tor his coinpan.i, said Murpt y, and
saw him fn-eiucully after the e. mi acts
had been awarded It was on ,r,o of
these latter occasions that Heel asV J hln.
If l o inuld not do sometl lig f th
Dnuoeratic patty. The x it I n i,i i Mm'
Vr Hoi did not nek h!-u f ., n u
The sum of tS.flOi' w.is uiciitoi i 11 e
but he waii pel sun by whom.
C, Gordon Ricl was rctnoi .1 as i
Intcndint of Highways by Gov 'in. i
. jnn's 13. Guttm y w.us nunu-d m chilli
1111:11 of tlm advisory committee appoint