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Fnir to-day; fair', with rising temperature, to-morrow, brisk winds. Detailed weather reports will bfottrnJ on p.tue 17. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1913.- OL. LXXXI. NO. 110. f-f -t'opurfy'il 1913, by the Sun Printing and Publishing AiiociaHon. PRICE TWO CENTS. GAPT. BARTLETT LOST IN ARCTIC ..lel'aiissoir.s Navigator. It Is Wared. May Never lie bound. KXPLOl.'Klf SAKE ASHOKE s at Point Narrow With Scientists Who I.oft tho Knrluk. HINT OF OJ'A RIIKIj SEEX Loader's Explanation of 'I rip to Land Stirs Suspicion Anion": Many. Si:ATTl.e, Wash., Dec It.. Capl. nobcrt Hartlett. ronimutnlcr of tho Canaillun ex ploring vessel Knrluk, tho liiim who navigated I'enry In hi successful expedl tlon to the North !'olr. unit his crew mid number or scientist, who Joined tli Htefansson expedition, have disap peared In the Arctic ami It Is feared they will never be fen again. Vllhjfllmur Strfatissnn. tho lender of tho expedition, with Hcrt MeConnell and several others, with whom he left the ship I Fhortly before she wn carried Into the i outbid lee, are safe ashore nt lilnt t Harrow. j This Is the news bruiiKht to Seattle this mornltiK by dipt. Louis l. l.nne of the I'olar Hear. who. with Kbi-n Draper, son of e-t;oeiiinr lraper of Massachusetts. 1 'unbar I.ix kwnod and Will 13. Hudson, nnuheil from the shines of tho Arctic to V.ilile. and tlun e.iine to Seattle by the rf amhl Noi thwt stern. ll.milreil Ship. I.o.t. ! .i ,i . .. .ei tain that the Nobody can "iij l.i'liii. Is lo-t. said I. inc. "but of more t iti inn s'nps that have been carried Into ; oiits'de from Point Harrow only v . the uiialer Navanl, was ever plck-d u I'coiii the oilier neier a word was in d, no- was ver one of the ctew ! l'-.l. Tic K.tIi'K wax anelioied away on j not sign III" nsilutloii ami 1 -fi liid!..n.ini . ., . when the big blow came In Septem- tn f"nfer with f vsi,, nt of th- .. i , , ,. union bef,i: ntt'ii lili'g Ins s t.iatilte. , i qhers who knew Ixtter tho treachery i The re-olUtbm set out th It tile bls",e th.s coast kept their shlpr close to thentl ,.lVt. o.imtlti-l to destinv ..iganlz-.l ' 'and. The K.trluk was car- (n miin,.y ,ep-it U bur- '..d i'l'o the outslilo lie. and there, m the ' roweJ 1)v .. , (, lt,v ,u,lr ,,,,. , nr n ..f every whaler and every native ,, . tha, ,h,, ,.,.. .,, tuas hirnishim: , i the rctic coast, will she find hcr'th mony for a tight against tlicinselv. s I : Tli.- vessel never has been seen j anJ , 1(CilI lln. n,i Internationals not a ' "Chirle.v, an Ksklmo boy, who was pung down to Harrow to nuet Stefunsson, sia tin smoke of the vessel ileven days utter '!" disappeared. He Judged she was then thirtv-ilvc mile off shore. Hemailoami national, piotulily aggregate $1.i"l.. tip Ins mind that be never would seo thatnon, and that the banks have anticipated, si p again and ictuined to llerschell 11-1 and, In ail the blstor' of Arctic whaling t ie Navanl la the only ship that ever n anaged to git back to shore after belmr idriled away iii the Ice, and sho was! n "t caught In what Is known a tho ''out-! side flow," Her crew left her In two parties, and some men of each party t.i re lost. The few who rtuck to tho sli'P were saved." Men Mar Hare Quarrelled. Just why Stefanson went ashore at r1nt Harrow seems to be a mystery to 1 1 men of tho Arctic, iitefansson told t jp afloard the vessel that he camo i.hnre to hunt, but he had been along t mt coast both on foot and In a small 1 at And ho knew there was no hunting, lie wa accompanied by the men who had b 'n hla best friends. Some of tho men t mn the North think that Stefansson and IMirth tt had quarreled, but nothlnr defl i tlv I known. ''apt It. D. l'edcrson. who was com- i.nler of tho schooner Klvlra. which was ished In tho Ice, who also reached .-' .tt!.- this morn! ne, as well as Olaf Swensen of the Harneson Stewart Com I .i v . owners of tho whaler Belvedere, . messed the opinion that It is all over a- Knrluk and that Hartlett and lib e. iii ler will be cen affaln. I" Anderson, one of the men with - hi, whoso boat, tho Mary Bach., i ... i tul w reeked. Is safe at Colllnson i i enty miles west of where the ' Hi .. i' n located for tho winter. Hoth ' - - i s. tti Mary Sach and tho Alaska, i g'liid c.niditldn. The HeHeilere Is Safe. 1" Vniliison's crew have good hi'l'jes ' He winter, ('apt. Lane spent four - wltn the crew of the I'olar llewr i ,is.rtH thu llelvedere safe In winter 'i teis twelve miles east of tho I'olar I'. Tn. scientlsln Dleksnn and Brooks, rep- i' ntlug the SmlthHofiian Institution 'l llatvard L'nlverslly, together with u n f hunters mid sportsmen from ' 1 L.i-t, acconipanleil the I'olar Hear, 1 1 addition to those who returned with 1 mi Lane this morning were Samuel 1 sou of the eminent Hoslon stir I ' 'I lieoige Sllshy und John Kurd. I in si Iciitb'lu anil mine of tin: hunters i id In tli" Not III to spend tho season, 1 apt Lime lays htu ship Is In a per- ii- safe location and that everything . . tanged well foi- tlm winter. v old. ng to Sii'finisMin' own letter, led 1 ictohel SO and sent from I'olnt 1 mow. AI.1.I..1, telling of the Knrluk 1 g in ughl l 1111 ii" diift, Ihcrii were i 'olf liil! tt oil .Sll'lilld i'OiVI', I'or Smart Ifollilny lilfls visit the .1, II, It' K an liiii", Him, hi i'inii,iii- 1111 West .Slid siinI, .nlj'liiliu; .In' lie el Knli ksrleKiur. Kstraorilliiaiy wliit.i und cigar., vlutsgrt. r-Jiv. MRS. F. H. McADOO IN HOSPITAL. fi'rolr)' DiiiiuMer-lii-lii.T iii- purled to lie Seriously HI. Mrs. Francis. II. McAdoo, dan. liter nf , Mrs. Isaac Ilmersoti of It itttttiot hy hei flrf t marriage it ml dauglitrr-ln-I.i'v nf the Secretary of the Treasury. Im seriously 111 ' In ii hospital In tills, city. Sln If supposed to he In the Woman's llnsplt.il In West loytli stieit. It was admitted there tnnt evening Hint ii Mrs. Frank MrAiino wa there, but tliut no operatlon'liad In en pel- j foinud mnt the patient soon would leave, mo Hospital. Tno attendant ilmled tii.u tho woman wn the il.iuehtoi-lii-l.iw uf Secretary McAdoo. News from Hultltiioir last night was Hint im operation would be i r fi fi i !! mi .Mis. McAdoo. Mrs. McAdon was llth'-l McCormack. Sho wan tn.irrioil onlv 11 thurt time uso to young McAdon. who was graduated from rrlncetou In l!'lo mill from Columbia, last June. HORSE WITH "SMILE WINS. "I. a (iloeoiidn' Hump lluiiir nt l renne. ;t;t to I shot, Sprritil Cablf vip.l.'rA Till Ml IVAr.lH, Pee. IS. -I.i liloconda won tl.o I'rlx St. Suit In the trotting raos at Vlliceniif n to-day Th odds agiiust tli winner were 3:1 to I. INDIANAPOLIS BANKS TO LOSE UNION MONEY Labor Men Resolve to With draw Funds' Rccausc of City's Hostile Attitude. I.VltUNArOMB. IVC. IS. OtTU't TH of tin i Ifiti-rmiHimiil l.ilmr itfilmiH havini? 1h:h1 auart,,r, , ,,,,, vity t(,.,,.,y ,1(pp., ., rosnlutlon for removing it 1 1 their deposit from the bunks of thin It y lnvaiiri' of the attitude of Inisim ss im n towaul oman- I izeii lai'or. The oltlri-iH fiirtllliK the rt solution and the unions they repi t".'iit are as follows. Jacob Kisher. kiiui.i1 sciu-t.irj '""I treasurer .Tuiirne nun llaibeis Inlirn.u tlonal I'nlon; Janus Klrby. geiur.il pn-i- dent, and l'rank Duffy, gcneial secretary I'lilteil Hrotherhood I'arp.titers ..ml Join, rs of America: William Dohi-nn, kcii- ' nil si-cretary Hrli 1.1a el. Masons and 'lasterers Int. mat onal l n on , A i'. erty, secretary, Itookbinil. rs International Union; Daniel .1. Tnblti, preblent. and' Thomas lliighis, ncr.t.iry. Inieuiatioinil I Broth, rhood of Tinmsters ChiiurT.urs. Stableman and Helpers. John W Has, seeietar; and treasuier ol th" International T.v oogiaphlc.il I'lilci, was ulso pri.unt at the meeting, but ill 1 represented at the meeting are exhorted to place their di posits In other dtlf-. All deposits are to be withd.awn Inline, dlat'dy after .l.iuu.iiy 1. Local b inker Isay that the deposit of the unions. local Mich action and are prepan d for It. The 'do not express any i"git at the tlneat- tned removal of the I'poslts WANTS U. S. RADIUM INSTITUTE. Dr. Howard Kelly ,, iov rrooiot Shonld Hnler I'ielil. BAl.Ttlor.K. Dec. 11 - -Dr Howard Kelly, a widely Known It.illlmore surgeon, Is , . ..... 1 , . convinced that It Is the Imperative duty of the Federal Oover.mient for the public good to take possession at once of nil radium bearing oie In thl i.mntry He declared to-day that an Institution should be ejtamisneu wuern rn n .11.11 win n.- re duced from the ore and distributed to physicians for the treatment of cancer. Dr. Kelly and Alfred I. dti I'mit. of Dela ware are willing to surrender their lea.e of pitchblende mines In Colorado for the purpose. Dr. Kelly raid: "There Is enough unnilnid radium In this country for the treatment of all the cancer case In the country. At pi . sent the ore Is mined and taken abroad, w here the radium Is extracted fiom It. It I because of thl that nullum costs so much. The cost of mining Is not great. If the Government took the action I pro pose the radium treatment would be placed within reach of evi ry one. I do not any, however, that nullum will absolutely cure all cases of cancer, but Wll.MINUTON, Del., Dec. IS. Alfred I, du I'olit said to-day In regard to the Colo rudo radium deposit: "Thl. matter Is tno big far oik man. If Dr. Kelly should appeal' before a com mittee of Consros ami show what had been accomplished In wiping out this ills ease 1 do not think llieie would be any hesitancy a. to the Uuvetuuieiit taking over all the deposits." FERRY RUNS DOWN MOTOR BOAT. Ttto Men MUsInx, One Safe, In Hosl lllver Ai'i'lilent, The ferryboat Hioadway of the Honse velt ferry ran down hint night tlm minor, boat Hutll II, III tho Unit Itlvir Cap!. John Kane, of the tug Hint lee, piill-'l one of the passengers of tin' llltbt boat out of tlm water. lie was Nn hnl.is Mur phy of 240(1 Arthur avenue, The Hriuix. He wiih treated nt the Long Island Col lego Hospital and went home, Murphy told tlm pollen thai there were two other In the motoihoat with him, Charles Waller of U9 Hughes nvi niie. Tho Hroux, and Wren lliiiiiinil of 2lii'i Arthur avenue lln said both were ics cued, Hal hor A police plci'linl sent a boat out to pick up the disabled motor launch 1A11I learn something about tin, other men, but lit midnight no wold had been received. No Xm.i'ior New Vein's illniii'i- coiiiplrlr with out Amuttur lllllrri, Hiilrluiii (ipiuilrir Ait, TJIIDDT A 'C MUM I AAT iiumun o man uvin AMERICANS' HOMES Federal Troops at Tnmpico Are Reported to Have Raided Foreiirn Colony. II FX OX BANK STOWED I5eMrl That Hills Were llcinj? Iliscounted Relieves Situation. ifn.i( t'nKe Itttpa'ck to Tar Scn. Mkmih Citt, Dee. H. A truitworthv Aliierlrun who arrived from Tampleo to ihO lopoiti that tho I-Vdeiuls lootoil the residential quarter of the foreign colony in that city, chiefly tliu hollies occupied In Americans. Tli y carrliil off every thing thej found tli.il was portable. Ann rl ins who have arrived here lost fver thlm: tln tms-cssed In th I'ulf port. rommuni. itl.'ii with Tiurp'.co from tn' city via Sin l.uH I'ot nl lias been out .-me I o'clock till" afternoon Tim Aineilcaii Smelting and Hennin.t i 'ompan has decldtd to shut down Its' plant it Aginsc.ill.ntes on .Inn.nry 1 I TliiK will in. tin the complete shutting don ii of all the company's plant through out the i. public. All the other plant have already In in cloud. The run on the Hanoi Central tapered off to-d iy. ThU wa chletly dun to a,, f.il-e 'or puhltshi d In a morning papiri to tin. i fie"! that the bank wa. cashing only a s'liall percentage of the State bills offeicd and tho.'e at a lll'COUIlt (lnlj Vr lllll Cnilii'il. The Itancof.ntral is not discounting, the bills. few. Tills Hit s I Is don alb cashing only a , because the State i banks .id their .-II. nl- no not want their, bills to lie cashed, preferring to k"cp them in eliciilatlon. ' Th.ie was a meeting of bankei this nioiiilng iindei the chairmanship of the letlni: ticretarv of I'ltmnce to consldi r ,. vlttiatlmi. At this conference thoj bankers pinpueil that the H.nieo Nnclonal receive all Stat" bank notis and l'U..' in- stead note- of th" Hanco Nacioual. The I'l evperlences In tlndim: the north' plan is lAenliiallv to confine the Iue of lade Kcept for the poo, turn- of the' bank liofs to the ll.nco Nnclonal to the scouts the blind would not hae iiiJo.miI iiIiisoii of all otlnrs i ci pt the Hinco'the '.ecttire. de l.on.ii-.s Mcvko. which ha a con-I I'rof Henry Fairfield 0born presnlent ci ssmii for the 1-Mle until 1023. j "f the inuseiim. had lung been eager to Th- ' 'o.'i"iiiii.'iit has discovi ied that the 1 arrange a lecture lor the blind under the Zapatista aie now updating under the dlrictlon of ilni. I'arraitra, who has agents here and In the Zapatista camp, ilili I'.inania ha Instructed the Zapa tistas to i-oiici titrate nil i?sible forc upon the capital for the purpose of illvert mu the I". a. i.il attention irom Ins own opetations In the north. Tin- 7. ip.itlst.is an- threatening Anu-ca- nns-.i and i ijutnb.i. tespi ctlvely thirty and thlrt.v-tlvc mllis fiom this city Two troop trains which left heie for I'ticrnavai a to-day are stalled betwetu Mixioac ami .Mliamlo, I'mht.en nillf from the iapit.il l'lchtlng Is going on then-. I'e.lernl lloltleil I 1. A trutunith person who has Ju.t ur-1 rived here from Torr.on n-puts that when' he trained that city the day before the lYilcral ent.'Hsl It a incise tiger from lien. I Aim. I-., who was then operating In Ch'- hii.ihui. aiilvid with an order to Uen. Villa to .vacuale th" cltv and allow the ' IVdcrals o , liter.' The purpose of thl , in ve was to suitound Torr.sm later on, i li t.. Aio:. les In the meantime brlnglne, ii,. neav artill"i . ' The rebels tlieieupon left Torreon, j ,,,.;,. () . fra,(. provisions , wim, thej were unable to carry off and j blowing up the iallro.nl behind them. The liderals will 1'C unable 10 11111I sub - ' , ,,,.....,, slst. nee and are likely to be bottled up ai d starved Into surrender. The rebl 1 pl.ni Is to cut the line from Torreon to SaUdlo via l'arrldon, which Is the only j line left. Th" other railroads have hern nesi,oe,i ami grain is now growing on . f ., ,,,.,, uf .,, ,R, Hl,,.,l and nin th, ir lo.idbeds. third In duration. The rebels, who are In strength north I j.',,r th" Information of thoe di.u'ig of Moiiterev. cm re'idtlv mi tn Torreon I 11, ,.0.. UI...,.,U i i ,.,,,.,.,, I ami cooperate with Hen. Angeles, who rlnlnis to be able to suiioiind the city Willi 1 4,01111 m"!l. lb 11. Ihnlllauo Zapata was almost inn tured at a latich at Mrnepapa on the bonier of tlie States of Morelos mid Mcvli'o, eighteen mllis from here, at .1 o'clock this morning. He had a body guard of llini men, It was surprised by a I'rihi.il detaihnieiit trom Toliica, and Zapata handy escaped after a hard light. 1 bltlili ntin de la l.lavn. a Federal brlg-iidler-geiietal, has revolted at AmicIiIh plan, on the hinder of tlm State or Mnriios and 1'iiehla, und Is said to be marching 011 Ciiautl.i. Ilr was In the Ills! plot to kill I'lislderit Mnilcro. He w.i sent to prison but was liberated and Jo, mil the Dla.-lluerta combination. A nillllaiy plot was discovered a; Aguas- I calleiites to-day bv the Governor of the Stale. He ordeied the execution or lv reih'illl olllcrls. Tlm iiiiwrunn nt has sent a commis sion fiom Urn piotocol section of the Mlnlstiy of Foreign Itiiatlons, lieailed by tlm lutroduier of ambassadors, to meet the Spanish ciiilser Hmperailor Carlo, winch will nrrlve at Vera Cruit tn-inorrow. The i-ominisslon will etelid the most ii 'i 1 1 in I Invitation lo the ciiptitiu und oilier off leer of the warship to visit Mex ico ell ami will olTer them 11 spiel, il train on tin- pait of the I'roshlent und Govern incut. This honor was not extended to the naval olfUeis of any other nation and Is rcgai ded as a play to cenniit Spain's fi iiiiilshlp. Spain being the Tower which Is aiigilesl with the rebels for their mis treatment of Spaniards. Villa has nl liged that tho Spaniard are Huerta'ti fi lends, RIC RANSOMS ARE PAID. rn lib I'limllle I'a- I,IMM to ri,-,,iiiii llri'ore I, eat line Chlhaahua. Ill, I'.vso. Tex.. Dec. 1 S, -Weiilthy Mexican faiullli'H cannot get iennlssion to leave I'bllillahmi without tlie pnyuieiit of 11 innsoni, Mccofillng to passeimers ) iilbiucii on second I'ag. JACK FROST RISES IN ON A GALE.1 Thermometer llrlim- KrersInK nl Mldnlhl May (In Loner, A frosty northwester that camo In gusts of forty mile force made folk on the street last night believe that winter was irettlnK ready to turn on his arctic currents. The forecast of Washington, "fair and colder," surely will bo realized to-day. The mercury had fallen n degree below the freezing point nt midnight (lnst night, and It may be several degrees lower nt sunrise this morning. In certain parts of I'ark How, where the wind rattled win dows after rlctochetlng from the walls of the high llroadway structures, Its force seemed hurricane suggestive. Thero were the usual aerial funnels winding upward from thf front of tho Woolworth Itultdlng and making wnlklng In the neighborhood uni'ontfoi table for the skirted. John Hicks,' n carpenter, was blown from the roof of n bouse In Hockaway I'ark yesterday afternoon and received In juries from which he died, A strorg khIo """v was blowing off Jamaica Hay ami his ftl. low workmen advlst-,1 him not to go to the roof. Uh had reached the peak when gust whirled him through the lr BOY SCOUTS LEAD BLIND TO HEAR PEARY SPEAK ' r ,ini lMp-lit to Flltie Knots ill' Xeekties by Wood Turn to the. Helpless. I America who gathered In the American I Mu.-eum of Niitmal History last night were observed undoing knots In the lower, end of their string neckties soon after "How did that knot get there and why "re ou taking It out now"" nsko woman who was surprised at the sight "Hvery morning when we get up." n- , I'll"' "e of the bo s, "we put a knot in "ur xic" to remind im that we nmst do a go.l turn during th.. dux Wh-n we do 'I"' gd turn we untie the knots." T'"1 scouts were entitled to undo the knots, lor they had escorte.1 to the museiini seventy-flvn blind persons who wished to bear Hear Admiral Hubert 1. l'o.n ;ell auspices of the Jonathan Thyme Memo rial I'lind of ?2"i,ann The Idea came to 1,1m of getting tho Hoy Scouts to escort tho blind, so ho appealed tn James V.. Weit. chief cxecutlv. of the Ho Scouts of A'rr.erlea : Ixirlllurd Sr. tn-er, eoniinis "lor.'er'for Manhattan, n'll W II Hoi combe, commissioner for Hrooklyn Thus men found plenty of volunt.-irs and two , iKiys were asslrtn d to each blind man The blind came from New J.rs. y. Hiook- lyn. Long Island and The Hronv U. S. WILL FLASH "IT S 1914." vm) wireless rinn niirm lireel I Ilia- a Ne ear IIiimi.s. I11K a New ear lliitvii. VisllfS.','.T.iv ll..e 1 V...' V..M 1 greeting will be Hashed to all the woibl bv the I'nlted States navv at ml. Plight on December SI, It was announced to-d.,y that the naval observatory will s.mli through tin- Arlington radio station time signals marking acruratr!' the end of tho ; old .ve.ir and ll.e beginning of tlie n.w. JAM 111.11 in. is. shore stations an I en 'amateurs within range of the Ai l.ic,:i .1 station are InviPid to listui tor t' 1 signals. ' The signal will begin at II.... 1'. M. I 1 The heat of the transmitting clock at the . naval observatory will be automatical! . ,,.,.. . ., . ' i smni o. nit- .iiniihiiiii i-uiin'o imiii ." - ,'i.,.i,:i j l(, ...p,,,,,, 1)f ,,. , . - -,.,, -;,, , I did not protest -,galn. the action r the rMh ,,,-,,, .,, llf ,...,, lnlnm. . , '. In searching ,nv hon- as I knew ; .,,, nlnuu, ,..lt!J llfttr xhv vnhl would be useless Imsmii,. i,..- w i'f .,,! . ..,, .., ,,,.,, , ..o.m -i,, ' wm.i, ni ),e indicated bv the b"i:inn'ii-i that the wave length to I u-p'oved is 1 2.r,nii meters. PROTECT POOR AUTO DRIVERS." So JuiIki In I'ri-elnu Mil' ClinunVur, Who Hit llo . In discharging I'atilck Kill, rliaulTeiii for Mitchell May, Sis'relr.ry of Stab, who failed to stop afti r iiiu-iliig down s!x- year-o'.d Sidney Shlmlck of 22V.I Itedfoid iivenim. Hrooklyn. Magistrate N.ih In till' 1-oiioust, 1,, ..c.inn.i) ooiiiia.'-ii that his sympathies were ,11 with the automobile driver v ,0 finds the slrret cluttered up with -edctiiaii and chil dren pla lug. "The accident," he said, " s hut a fur ther evidence of the need of protis'Hug automobile owners from careless use of the streets Voung Shlmlck I now In Klin fount' Hospital with a fractured skull. Mrs. -'"' Wils h, 'l'"'" the tlltu, RG LEAF VS. HAREM SKIRT. Former Won't llpliico laillrr, A are n fioveriuiienl Seli'oll!. Wvs.llNuTos. Dec IS -Thi'ir is no' vt Asiliniiiios, I'll. ii. nun ik no . danger of fig leaves displacing hareni , skltts ns tho light thing In the wearing apptirrl of Dame Fashion, nccnrdlng to conclusions reaehel to-day at a meeting of the House Comiulttee on Vgrlculltire This question was discussed with solem- nlty by members and a serious scientist representing the Department of AgvUail- ture. Dr. Talor, chief of tho buir.-iu of plant Industry, assured the. omuilttee that the Denartment frowns on tig leaves as a Kubstltuto for dhiphiinou and harem skills. I'iunt culture wn under discussion, but a simple question caused member 10 digress. usurp the popularity of barn,, skirt.' usked ltepreentallve Slonne of Xelnaska. ... t .1... .! Iu ..... .r..l...- ... I... ,,ii.r 11, 1, oh ei.l . iel M"H,K in I" restored lo It former usefulness." re - malked Itepiesentatlve lladley of (liegou Kverylsnly cliuckled und the cuiuiiiltteu relumed lo serious work. I-OI.ANII 1VATK.U, I'AVIOl N KOH half a century A trlul ileiiiumtrulea tiilue, Jtv. WOMEN TRY TO BLOW UP HOLLOWAY JAIL Suffrapette Bombs Do Little " Except Smash Hundreds of Windows Xear TSy. CUE OXE RED HAIR I rled him behind tho scenes Ho provid Exhaustive Police Search Avails!1" ' " " LittleOnly (Hie Mill- taut in I'risou. .-T'rinl Vallr Dtipalch tn Til Pcv. IdMAK, lieo. is. An attempt to wr.ck . ... i It ltlln. 4.1' I,a,t '"c "m,r " "" vl,h ,nln f " ,,hls, "'cl,',? ! n.afdo.t I i fn llMVA l.llO till tl.lS.lflu 4X.T 1llt I "'"" ' idous Iii neighboring houses w. re shat , 'errd. 1 Tim outrage was doubtless the woik i inllltatit suffragett. s, but tip to the pr...nt there is ., clue as to the Iden-, litV Of the p. I petr.ltOM. Mis. Tank i.ui.-i was i.-.-o ..,., n,.. j.u, , r,wUo ,..lll(.rj) ,,t ,Vv ,,., day and It is ui.,...-e.l Die attempt was M(Jht ,f h lii(,c j g,,,,,.,, ,Ve. ,,.,. tnade In levdise im her treatment by th' ! ,,. ... (tempt to amend and linprme tho cur-I,o!lr'"- HTRF.S WAITFBS nv wrnrrrce ' . . .. . . About i'.hA i ndnts of houses within . wide rail. ii- of the Jail were , 1 -tart CI bv two t r Mieni oli eplo oils n, , , , . qub'K suci'eMon nblcb wire aicouipuuled !i . ,i , i ,..i. i,... i i... ' iiifmm , ..... in Tin n came a i U-- nf shouts, the blowing of police wlustv. and ruh of people ' towant the jail The site of the i xplindon was easily I 11 l" "r " a I':"r , I"'"-'"'" mimt'-r. 1 1" and IS Ivlmeny ave- located It was m th" le.'ir of a pair of I. ue. wtiose gardens stpteh ai'out a bun-1 ... . ... 1 ' t mwai.i in. prn-on. irom vimn, th.y are separated by a dry moat feet wide. ' " i'ii"' ruiie.i inmugii .mi hi, wnien was i upe,l only by a caretaker. Thev then . a'e.l the wall at the end of the i:aid"i jinl dropped into tV moat. Tin y soon found two hol.s at th. base of the peNon wall about a foot s.piaie and st b The wall, which Is of brl.dt. Is v. ry tha i, and uji not plcrcd. fuses ririj IVi-i t.iuiu. Tn f,,..a ...-I i.. fifty f.et lomr, lay !icio- th" moat from; the hole to a point where tlivlilmg wall i-epai.ttes tlie eml wall of the g-irden of o- ii hi. I I., .mi i. ins or other such nitlcli-, such as might have luld powder, ould be found. The theory is that now der or giincotton was laid at the ,ae of the wall .mil coveted with cla . There was n wire Mritehcd along the top of the aIul 'ltangl. d In this, near the fuse, the pmire found a wisp ot .1 woman's i",i luur The ,.', ,.,,,, ... the two houses, ;,.. ,,.. ,:. ., !,.!"'" niembers of the Sine's .s-ell'lled the Kalllelis. Tle , "1;,K. t a 11.1 ' ' ' V','-""rf'- bis wire w.'ic out when the . xplos.on ' . . tool; pi i-r.-gn,...., .. ,.s w.ie $100 REWARD FOR TRIPLETS. hurled In... tlie I..-, I ot th"li two ,!'!. l-, I " vho were osl-.p, bin the ou.,gs,,rs ere 1 not hurt I Hi' poller s.b,uentiy made a ekwe -.'i.-.-ii nt l.olh pou.-es. No 12 Is tenanted i nun ii.iip.sl 1'iilev. who ilH ."lf" ''' "M I-athi.e.- with the me iinuw nas 1 rr,,. uniiai;. in 1 ,ie nouse lias 0,.. 'l"""ll-v "'"'I signalling ami serenading' .-iiiirng. ue pn-one! lo llollmvav. who;""" Minitners ,,r tlie Shu Joaquin were usually l.i pi in 100.1 facing the H-m -h, who ne, ntlv presented h -r hu - tear of the two hott-i's '...I'ld with three ItttD- Summers. at on -e. , ariev was nils,.,,, ;)t t, f h .... nut .elie.., .In,-!,,,. th,. ....,.,, "' ''IS house e ,.,:, ,, ,,bs.'ipi." I.lill.eW "When I , h,,',,,. ;,t in o'clock 1 found 111 house ru 1 1 of pohe, . d th" ' u. Ii. ins s..:m,i,, , U (, told Of tile .pl..vi.,s which hlrl ,er..lv ilarmed my wit and fiillilien. I ..,,v absoluleh- nothing ,!,,ot 11,.. ...... , Ill sell arc Well Known sy.iip.itiun ,t the s'.llTiag.tte. del.'- room of t- house was search, il and some of my corresp iml ." cr w i'.imi!icd." Itrnsoos roe C.vplosl,,,, ,, . " X '"",,"'l" ' .-''I l" say whether ' "" n int-nilr.1 1( .r. ittempt to wrecli the wall of t. j , r 1 tin re "ilenion-t . ., t Ion" lo tl,,. mintants. if wa inc lorimr II was poorlv and Igiuuantly cnc ivnl. The damage to tl... wall w is Inslk-nlllcant and the chief mis . Inef w.ni in I he sii'.islilng of windows The moat s Inaccessible f ,,,, ,,, piMiuc luoi-ougiii.ir, ami r 1 14 person ot pel sons win 1 1., lb,. I,,.,,.. , ,,., ,,,,, (M p, ,, mn of ' , n De,e in cnue. w hich runs ,,'ng ,),. i nf ,1.,, iii'lson i'l ,1.lln.'ie...l ,...ll rounds , he pils,,,, ,i, l, l,,,,,,,,,,' would have glvin access to the jail aid. It Is understood that there i.s only one siilfragi tt" now 11. Hollow,,- Jail, a meni- biT of the ais.iii sqiiinl I wn as "Cacbel i'liiee," whose mil name Is ut.l.-uow". Till' sulTragi tles. who b. . vr that thin woman Is being pump led, arc funous bream r till' II. 1 llll.lhle to le.uli lb, Caelh. This wouian's iiisc has hern a sto.k sub ject for fuliulnatlons of the militants nt recent meetings. Cotroshe suhstaiices were placed ill a nuiuber of mall boxis at llea.llng to-night. milliner in iriiris vviir orsiro ui, t ,,c ..., chlllgid to Nliffrntri'tteH. i Hollnwny Jail finis on Cainden road at SOCIETY MAN TO WED MODISTE.' it Inleihcctlnn with I '.irl.liin st load, a, - ' slim t distance north of the Metiopolliau i "Coiillriiied llnelielor" I I I noil catlh1 uiarki t. It I In tlie section of Hrlil lert I 'Js, j London known an llollo'vav , u(TVl is. -Mix N Wilson, a I The dall uvirngc iiuii'Ih r of pilsopcrs w j,iiir miiMcr, iiiol Hobnt Sever Hale, In the pilsou is i'.M. Il is a Jail inrl,, w:,i,in soeirtv man. air to br niariird , , I'rniah' prlsoneiH of all classes, conunltti d wsl r,l,')Vuy and will sail on th" I .; , in the counties of Loud Middlesex iimH iUj ,. t,,im,m. ,,,y for a lion,-' i Hertford und partH of Hssex, Sun.'- and , ,,,1 I ,!, ''N I 1 FAITH TO THE NTH DEGREE, j . I Motive and I'nmll I l . Mile In Kt r"' ."'Yreil fablt if.wei (u Tin. Si . . ...... !s IV 1.11 , I ilir, J" I S , I'., I.'' llllll! II II" , lit! 1 1 II , ml overhauling an iiiiuv aeroplane to. 1 ,iv after 11 .Mm mile Might fiom Abler- ' shot to Monll oit he found In the corner of one of the which a mouse's nest inailo of shred o. canvas A number of young mire anil the niotlier ilaitul from the1 nest. m AN IMPRESARIO IN THE BUFF, 1'ritry Kaki-d Man Dashes Into Iter-. r tin llal Opera, Leads Orchestra. tfitelal Cubit Heeratch ti The Sun. Heiii.i.v, use. IS, The audience which attended the performance of "Lohfngrlu" "l V" '',ul opcru 'TT'VT'T during the iirogress of the third ni t when a man who was stark nuked burst Into the stalls from u side entrance, i limbed over the orchestra barrier and went lliiough tlie motions of conducting the orchestra Attendants rushed no and hastily wrapped ,i K,iect about tlm man ami cr- ! suffragists scrub floors. lirt norrn mi Their Knees to Clean I Headquarter I f n 1 1 s n . . I Jlembers of the Woman Suffrage parti . showed yesterday that they were their- i onghly vered In household duties, when the caretaker of the headquarter at 4). K.ift Thlrt -fourth street left the mar-! . . ble hallway and stairs tinsci iit.ued Nothing il.imued Mr.i. Kato Morris, Mrs Mabel Hiioell and .MIms At.irjorlo i Ctillen tell to with n'liibbing bruhes and I lliop" T1.v ,,,,, a tli0rollK!l p!l.,, of WijfIi bm by 1" oVlock they had their sleeves down " .Uhiirir riot. Knuaire r.li L. .. . Hoard Meanier. riTTsnuiio, Dec. IS. To Insure the . . .... ... . I lll.uurK .MllleUC ( lUbs I efctallrilllt '''"""',1 waiters for New Year's eve ; l.dwnrd Mietler. the head waiter, engstgid fifty waiters yesterdai bv wirclo tele. r.iph from ainong .seeral hundred ,iT,,u .ItiP1.s ,. .,' ....... , , ,. " ,. " Kl..,.k,,.' ' ;. ' !.', ". t. ... ' " motile hi iue men were I f:ltlovxl here 1mi1(i( v .. war. ny tin. iiemocr.its anu Milne or tiiem leq Slietler sent hl wlrele.s ine-ave to a ''I tlP h.-ushfst attack that have vet friend who was on the ity nf Athens, ! ,""n "'ad'" on H'' Di inoeriitlc currency bound from Athens lo New Yoik and due ' legislation. P. dock n-.Tt Monday, ami l.nt night! ''n-"lr.i't ev.mpls all suh- if. elv.d an answer nolifvlng him that the ' ordinate appoint.- of the I'.denil le nieti bad be. n engaged I !"'n" board trom the civil nrvice. liipul - i llcans lmmi di it'dy iniei fireti d tills a ..f- STOCK EXCHANGE SEATS GO UP.o;ll"r cr''1' '" ""' "uto-rat for -,-'.- . - and as assuring the injection of politics Two Sell nt tMl.iHHi and One at ft in,. r.OO l.n.l I're Iiiii Sale St HI. IIIMI. The sale nf thr.e StocU nxchange jeats was nnnoune-il vest"rday, all three sell - In; from JnO") to Jl.OOo above the l.it previous sale-. The teats sold were as follow s : flntenee M. rolnn to V. I,e,i- yard Thompson, Kdward Smith, deceased, to Hdward K. Cook and Unmcr A. Lattin to f. Arthur Comstock. The first two siats were sold for IMZ-no and tho last till '.A. t Th. 1nu nr...-tA... j,,,',! ' . ' i.dmimit !- nurke at.d Loul- H.ni,t ,'" ' l nd i Vlnkrs llfTrp I'crniiitir ot. 1 Svvtv '.v. r.i! Dec ls--T! ountv ! K".ird ..f Sum "V l-or is ,,n oilic.al reeo'il ' i.,,iy w tn st .mling .O; of jinn re. wa.d foi h t of tt. pints liarn in' Di.i'n." , -..itnty. di.i-i." cumy. Tl' reward has b-en slven to Mr. me i.oa.n in ,-ui v.s,,-,. lortllsl'v votil.rt lived. hoVivr. for tile reserve ,r .vii. Mm. -lis fin... .,;., ., ..,ii f I o'l Slipef. i-ot l.is'nt.e isl.il-il d 1 hied a stand, :ik i.waul f.o all triplet o make TO RESTORE BALDWIN FARM. "I U)'" tlsimhler Will MiiLe Ii Model llr log Itniieh. Los ANimi.t. 1 1 " 1 Hirkc liald - win' breeding faun oil the San-... Anita r: Il will be lestornl bv his daughter, Mis .Vn.t.i Hildw-in .V.eiiauglirv Mr. Mi Clatlghry plans to make this pioperty, wbl-ii ineludes the I'.aldwiu lnoiiestead of l."oo .oi.s, a nioil. I ranch, scient, ticnllv and inlenelv .ultlvated and sin. kul with hlooded lmisis um cows Seiitltiunt lor the place made I' iiiioui bv her latln r piompt her plai.s. II ihl- .11 bred on this raiali s.tne of the gieat' st rui'iiing lioi-se.-i seen on tho Amei. lean tilif and was very piond of the plan' SONS GET DEERING MILLIONS. - rrats ce'it. -nl Unit It amount. to b rr Chief lli-lr of ISium r.ier Mnn,l,j0;, ,., (lempt.on. Iliei'iiliir Vnoooiirr. ! Anolhei' aim nilinei.t tulopSci! to- i'iiii'v.o. Deo is. The glints! part of! permits the 1 cdiscc'iu by the l-'nl. ri ............... ......... I.... 1... it',,, . ' m.rV.'s,. , ma,,.' w; be , ,,11. allien tn hi tvio son. Chaile and jaines, according lo tin stati inclit of ur, W inichcock ami Milton II. i!,,ii,,, rMcutors of the will, m ob puM e ,n.,i.,v i,v CiiailcsS 1 'utt ne. counsel for uir estaiv Hi hail givui away large sum during Id lll'ilini., Incliidil'g lib. nit M.oiiii.niiii to the Noitliwesterii l'nlverslly and lara gifts to tlie theological school at I'vans- ton, the Wesley Hospital in Chicago and . ...I,..p IxLlllollntiM noil rbiirlfles The oil' . ,,,, ,(,.,W,H m,t,s t rharity, the rv. . Man lag" li.tenlions lllcd to'day .the In lib, ag" 2" and mid. that fli" I I. the dallglitei 01 -iouii 1 VMIM.11 I . ., ll.O s 11 1 . I'l .,1.1 lllJShow. " friend ut the Tennis iilnl H.irqn t Club, I where he lives, have alw-a s did, mil lh.it j lio was it bachelor lor inc. ' " - '- I iiAltltlslll lti.srr.t l l, l.KW I s 1, '"', ' 'tl' " Vil " ".-.Vw I iM Ini" v,,t . w,.hi .3d " e. I iben a. l and V lent out 1 .(-' I .now leium vv;.i k ",;,..K.i-'. nil V,-r i,i,. o, ,..rei 1 in- "I f.u- ei hit .1 ' rhuniiv ol time iilfocttns many 11 aim. Jife.iocrat fnim n TllUmr TiTf I 0UIMDM;I DILL BATTLE ENDS Pleasure to Pass Soiiato To day With ''Spoils" Scln'ino Addnti. "PARTY (4 HEED" KAKKl) Jllosorvc Hoard's Snlioitiinatos lo Wii Exempt From Civil Service. II 1 Tf I tmP k' DROI'S FK.'HT He Abandons Hope of Ravins' the RRI Improved by A meudment. rci.cy Pill was aoaialonei py senator Hitchcock and his followers to-night and the measure will be passed to-teorrow. With the oppolt!rn completely broken . i .... tp .1... I.n, H....l.a 11 I'-'eu UN inn" u ue- .'ill i7i,nj be put through before the iidjoiirniimrt of the Senate to-night, but a dslr. on the part of on or two Sen itors to speak r- "u 1,1 I'PO"'nB The d.n's .onsld-rntlon of the bill , ,,,,. ,.. ,, ,,., ,i,..i. , , tn..n,. i:iVenth hour changes made Into the perw.t.ni 1 o i this Important ba! km tile otliplo CCS bo lid of i llrlstinv' ( rtllelsio. 1 "Of all the bad thing .n till bill th, . I the worst and the mo-t Inil. fen il 1 .' ! said Senator liri-Piw. a meinU'r of tin Senate Hanking Committee. Another Impretslvo ilev . lopment in t'ui closing hours of the debate was the in , . tug of a Inter troiii Senator lleniy ("i hot Lodge, written on u sicklied. lie in sisted that the bill opens the wa.v to a vast Iml.itloii of the ruin in anil ot.ir. wise supported the pessimist a plidlclo i made bj S.rator Hoot A further mollilcatlou was nu de to night 111 the ll.altil- of the prliil.tthf I eserve l'lUllfd to be h"ld "Mil lift note issue.-. Tile I icinoi ratlc in ns as a n Milt of Senator Hoot's wa.nliig r.us.-il I st ,,., ,, ,,eic. ntage of :i:i to tn pir u.t. iind liN.d a limit of per ' below wh..h it should not le nllovvei 1 ) lull ami imposing a ta of I net .cut the deficit below- tn per cent. Aimthei session of the 1 1. 1110.1-11 e . 1 cu annul to-iiigni 10 ine .i.iieii'iii 1. 1agre.1l to last night, a piovislon Ihi t the irfirve falls below :i2-.. p. I- .en .1 't.i of 2 '... percent shall be lmpo.su! . , 1 ,,ny d.-ficit below that limit. No minio i o lh,. ,,!. ..rote, tlon agninsl the dtt ,111 le.s'rvr 'a tin.' graduated la., lilrleh-X rrrlii nil l.mv r, i u-oil",!. Tie St'lia'e al'o adip:e,l an c-ih -ei ifl'.Ti .1 b 1' 1.1,1 man 11w.1t .rn I !"mend"d b; Hi" 1 iciiincr.it' e.n'. 11 . M, j ,n-' ,i,P ,,f" "'' '"' ''' 'ch-Vn l.n. 1 I 'one .ear and redilcMig tin- initial t 1 s ',.,,.,.,,, lm.,s iM1e,I then under fr. p, 3 pr e(nu ,,ut llarrasmg the . a gradual! d scale of ' per cent. ,1 ai until the t;i shall have ."irl-nd 'i cm., which shall be th" maximum ck.i i-B-d. Arc'.hir linpottnn' .imend'iier.t ..do Ii the callrils to-night i.t.d lit. - p, M the , Male itlat.il to the .'.ords " , , ul .,,,." the redemption e,,u-e. .,l. adopted b th" Senate 1ede.11 ,,f ,,e notes lsiird is mad- maud Ito 1 . ,, ut ( T.easui, but In gold o i f,,l tn -lie at tlie . Ir. Hon of the hold te. no:.' nt the 11 glottal tesene b The phrase "at the rlectlon of the !i o,' the eoti ' 1.1 new matter n"d th" !' I. ..I .1. .......11... .1, . ! ,, cr. Senator Allison 1! Smith of 1 Carolina was the author of this p.i w- . which nails: "I'iov id. il thnt not", draft ami ' drawn or Issued for ;tgr;. iilturil p-, 1 1 ha-, nig matin II V not run riling ". m may be il seou'it d In nn aino'lii' ! ! l.tnllul to .1 pi 1 i-."itnr.e of tl. i-iiidt 1 . 1 th rubral i-escr e bi.i I, to be ,, 1 ' talind ami UmiI by the IVihral n ., , hn.m! j In hi. i f. the IViIeinl icseive bo, ,i mu- IK tlie I (Ci-fl lltage of I 'II 1 1 1 1 .1 1 I'M! Ol be rep- nt. , In .lis, onnls m' ag. .-nitu al paper of the c ictrr .Ic.-C'ibcl. suite llnol.s ,1 in I li'il. The Senate also iigreul to ; 1 S ,t balks to tli pihlhge of th 'i-.it.,'t . or llislllillie filial lo IliMII" ll "0. O' iigain-l loss. While tills le.itioe was ". pi nveil by both tin ulllciii' and l'i. ,.n I', sriiiis '.hud that it will go out ' 1 rnnfr.-' in'' The auicnilnienl nil ho' .lug the ap polnlm.ilt of sllliildill.lt" olllceiv nf I i" I'cibi'll lesi'lll' lio.llil li"Sill',rs of 1 1 ! !.,.i'ee ri'gul itlotiH wan olfiii'd be .. uwrii, , hall man of llic II inltin'. ",.,.,.,,.., ,'M,n,lt III... s!..iri.'l Pi ll-iicl-.ltll ill the ril'l'tl'.- j in. ss d 'll' ! '" lb-'1 "ltieM 1 1! ' wi old fiil'ow tliln pal.'iiiilc lining I ' 'til. Mi dill " trill, lint tlie 1 1 nn. ' . 1,111 1 I i:u lie ci'Un !' ' J ' ' ' . v ' " ' ' ' ' ' TM 'i 1, .il t a n 1 1 J Thorn.! of Culm nlo 1 el la1 r.