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.THE SUN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1914.
HEDGES BOWS TO
Caiull'ln Accepts Order Thnt
Snrfltojrn Gntlierinp: Shall
Limit Its Activities.
jIK W Uh BR PRESENT, TOO
Vhitinnn Holnntis find Fires His
flmlletiffo nt Itinmnn to An
.wpr Allesrinnco Query.
p.nr.l'rtn lenders of nil factions are
ftiirlnit to clap a muffler over next
, Saratoga oonventlou to prevent It
(toil disregarding the State committee's
,( and "recommending" a Stato ticket
11 tre prlmar voters.
Trf dinger of reemlng to lnterfro with
,,( ji-' nnrj' eholeo Is not lessened nn the
convention draws ne.ir, and evn Job
ii.iim ras come around to the belief
,v,t fi rro-ramme vi 111 be conllned to ,
,j'ifiin ft platform ami selecting nrten
t''rf'.'S st largn to the constitutional
Jlr Hedges was asked yesterday about
repon l1' n would (co to Saratoga
t" d-mand that the, convention In-(-!
wh.itver candidates It preferred.
"I hnv. net changed my opinion that It
wcsM have been wiser for the meeting at 1
tV WA.uon in -u;i iu iihvp voica to nivn
t, .n-vmt'on recommend a full set of
r.osi!u.'' '' ,n enrolled voters, as that
irou'i hae Intensified Intorest In tho con
vnlen ard would have made the enrolled
voter mire potential In expressing his
"In IV catl for the convention the
f tate committee has expressed Its opinion
thi- ca. Jnl.itea should not bo named,
Qn.rehai teen freqaent discussion, amung
j-oninT.t iiepuonrins. 1 oeneve, mm i
r..i".ie unannimlty of opinion that this
1. t"ie best course to take, all things con-
,;-e3 As lar as 1 am concerneo. 1 am
atrly tatlsded to follow the majority
Look Out for Orntory.
t pr.tnt. therefore, it looks n' If the
cvrAerMon net O. K officially any
fisdlda'e Put the prophets will 1 Ividly
f e: "he oeit- tej rroni pouring rorin';- - '
tie'r .r-:i oi to who oiMht to 1 . Importance- as to be national In their
t rtf J " any indorsing w.i being done. I tic?S? . , . . .
Orce sgaln Oharle. P. Whitman directed " iu aa essential to beat Mr. Pen
t lMrvey u jitnman yesterday his un- ros0 and U.o iMnrow maohme In fecin
IVreJ ouery. "Will you sum-ort tho 1 1 ' t0 boat both Mr. Dimes
k"v,ean nominee chosen at the rrl-, l"hT,hi "fTf" BrA
ri-.tf"' The Plfnrtet Attorney Murphy machines In .New "iork.
riovM to repeat this question after read-' Then the. dear, of tho I'ennsylvanla I,aw
lr Mr Hinman-s Plattsburg speech of School made hia way down from fiagn
Ifi .v I chT and norlni that while 11?- n''or? declaring It was untrue that the
upuBblle ?m a'nd hh,"?ndt , p-H Moo,.r- of f. nnerlv.nl. were think
urinst ,of Col. Hoosevelt he g.ive no lr,f,?f,. ,1Jm ," th J1'
&on of what he would do if the Idn understand the report. Such a
wTre".ves nominated him and the He- thln ft" rmlHVg to have himself re
ii.ii'. 1 placed by another at the head of the
'-'.'..'"i"': ... . ticket was impossible.
"J hive no comment to make except
.3reee.1t mv question to Mr. Hlnman."
,K L.; ., .1 if Mr. niMm-n will
rt sjppurt sjch Itepubltcan nominee no
f no .iaim to ! callert a liepuDncan.
The pofc't'.on Mr. H.ntnan hn.s taken that
tt v. II support the Republican nominee
enh in case the Si -Unr himself Is
thaier and ahat hn vli: fght that nomlnco
h car- It Is any one eHe, Is neither fair
r!ly r.or loyal Republicanism."
In behalf of Mr. Whitman hlB campaign
rar.arr, Frederick C Tanner, said that
the District Attornev would surely attend
the convention, to which he Is an elected
OelMate Job Hedies will t thero too.
Mr. Tanner gave out a list of twenty-tev-r.
oror.izatlons that have declared
for Mr Wiiltman. The district commit
tM it 1'st'd ire those of the Ninth, Tenth,
Fifteenth and Nineteenth districts of New
York county and the Eleventh of Brook
lyn. Other indorsements aro from the
Taentv-r.Inth district captains, the Kings
feuntv Republican Club of the. Fifth dls
true'. Brooklyn, the Republican clubs of
sn.l t.-.e Fourth Assembly DUtrlct Repub
lican Association, with headquarters In
Sufrrnnt'ti 5er TIcrticcs.
Job Heiifea's diplomatic ability ias
t'tted by suffragls' i yesterday. 'Mrs.
Martha Wentworth Suifre.n and Mrs.
EUrbth Lee Morton called on him to
t If he would take the pledge. Mr.
Jted?.i had heard they were coming, In
trep'.llv he faced them and said:
"I know no logical' answer to the armi
mit tn favor of woman suffrago. Its
benefit to women will depend on the way
they use tt Its benefit to the State will
riepend on the number of honest minded,
thoug.Vful women who will fulfill their j
political duties The argument against
omar. suffras-e la much weakened by thn
r umber of men who refuse to participate
in thur political duties."
Punrenv Court Justice Emory A. Chase
rf CatskMI. now a Judge of the Court of '
Apr-! by designation, probably wilt b-
tl,e ReiLMtean nnmlnen for Afsnclatc.
Jjdse of thu Court of Anneals. Others ,
"n-.-ntlArert for that post are ICdward R
O'Mal'.ey of Buffalo and Judge Julius M
Mayer cf the United States District Court
I'l this ettv. Kach of these wns for
Mer'.y AUomey-Gencral of th State.
00LBY FORMALLY ANNOUNCES.
Will Mnke .Senate Ilnce on Sirnlarht
Prnrrclve! rial form.
In .vo--i-g his candidacy for the
T'r.tted tutns Senate yesterday Rain
rrMr CoVbv prr.feej.ed faith that the Pro
rr"Jlve psrty will endurn. He probably
vll be "roi'posed by nny city Progreji
tlve This Is Mr CnlbY'H st.ltenient:
"T Rf m. I v, iifnm.ni.lv. n'ittfrm
lelieir.c thit It alone offers a programme from Mrs. Hornnce Richards, an aotress, I who hod fourteen oents In change. Miss
1V Hi.:. !i the diverse Internets of our ur.der a decree he got In Roston, or only i Cecelia Hlook, a elstej-.lndaw of Mr
riH, ,.,,r, lm fpeonelled nnd the needs 3ejirnt(Hl from .her under a decree she stelrtbrltik, and Mrs. Harnntt and maid
iv. B,,t ,.omm()n interest fully met. , got I" Now fo'"- Mf"- I11'"? " 1 of 432 Thirteenth street. Rrooklyn.
Thi I'-nereislve nirtv Is destined to ta ned her deoreo n March. 1312. with i . " . . , ., . .. ,.
-e !.?a"n.ls for the rule of the $15 a week alimony and Richard got I n " IV Immed ately Prnce-llnK the
t";'e. sim, lie to make this country eco- Ws dlvorcn nine months later. declaration of wax. Mr. htelnbrlnk said
' - T.'.lv ,i nell as politically a genuine' In ft petition filed yesterday Richards 1 there was the wildest extement In the
'! n K,.aks for the can, of nays that under the Federal Constitution streets of Berlin. The people wure, ap-
'I'jtM.ned liberal sm. which seeks new thn courts of New York .Stato must give parcntty so Imbued with the war spirit
""" and would havo done with old full erodlt to a decree of Massachusetts 1 that every time a soldier put In an ap
r'r. .stmir thn wc.-k of all men aivl an I for that reason he should not be pearance he nt once fcecame thn centrn of
' r isi-es neco'illng as they contrlbutn compelled to pay alimony to Mrs. Rich-
' welfare, of the men, women nnd arln. In spltn of the fact that he Is
' '' of whom thn nation Is compound d!vrce-l ho nays that his former wife Is
"' bi.i.,.Ve thli great cause can best be . planning to have him arrested for non
r" -I l v a partv wholly and unfalter- .i.Mnent of alimony aa noon as hn comes
a-voted to t. n s thn I'rotrresaiVH
I1'"- an! I address my appeal for sup
! "' to thnm nlio hopo to see its prln
' Pies nrevall ''
T.'l.dnn TttAa 4u f-nntlHatrt tnr
I'-ngresMvo nomination for the
'ate from tho Seventeenth du-
Prend of I
Jl'i-.einat Cn r,,-ti.. hunker,
lae o-R,ni,wi ft non-partisan cc-mmlttM
" -"ire his nnmlmitlon for one of the
Supr,,r Court Justiceships In thn
i ' d -ir.ei inu. ,irn to bn tilled in 'n-
'"er Judne Hnnders Is a Progres
inn u. WreU fur Mrs. Tntilili,
ir','-ne C' urt Juslice Van Slch n In
kl' ! v iter i-iv riind the iilmifinv to i
tmd h. ini... f Tn..... in t.tu ntr.
Vary lani T'ltiiin, pendinic the trial of
' suit ag.il st her for an nh,.olut dl-
y Ten at jjjo ii Wpri nnd the coiinsel
feea at U 500 frs Tntum tvid aslix for
000 allDuini ti imf nnd tlO.U'lU f.ir
IN the telection t bank
tome people are Influenced
by friendship, come by con
venlence, others by strength
Kach It a good reason and
each Is important. Our Bank
ing Department offers all
these advantages and In ad
dltlon a highly successful ca
reer that Justifies your plac
ing your account with us.
AND TRUST C?
Capital .... Sfi.OOO.OOO
Surplus (liui) I l,000,006l
wo oroMwar, ew Torv
SSO fuMon m Jamaica
ZWIEBACK AND T, R,
MAKE LEWIS HAPPY
I'ennS.VlVilllia MoOSO .MtlllCllC.I
Toasted Buns After Getting
TAKES WOE TO THE CHI EE
Clliulitl.tte T.H Assured Of Support
in His Crusade Against Pen
rose and Machine.
OTsrrn Bat, X T., Auk. 1: -William
Proper IajwIs. Progressive nominee for
Governor In IVnnsvanla Journeyed to
Sagamore Hill to-day to tell his troubles 1
m OjI. Hoosevelt. Mr. L.twls was vlslvly
disturbed by the report that ho was nvt
conKlOereU a stronB enoufrh candidate ajid
.that the Colonel's wisdom van being no.
llclted to get hl.-n off the ticket
"in answer to Mr. Iewls." Col. Roono-
volt said to ronort'rs, "I told h'.tn that
of course I 11m as lntereed In the cam
paign In I'ennsylvanla aa In New York ,
that In both State! . feci we have not
only national Issues at stak but also
nucstlons of decent and clean government.
which, although In one sense vitally and
peculiarly State matters referring to the
i ,? " ins raiiroaa siation
f - nl obtained a parcel of zwieback which
he had checked he wont on to say as he
munched the brown things that there was
wmo renn for thinking of fusion be
tween the Hull Mooso ticket and the
ticket headed by Vance McCormlck, In
dependent Democratic nominee for t.ov
ernor, because McCormlck was fighting
Tlie reporters left him sitting on .
bench on the dock of the Seawanhaka
Yacht Club e.itlng his zwieback.. He was
waiting for the motor boat of Medlll Mc
Cormlck, the Illinois Progressive leader,
to take 'Mm back to New York.
Col. Roosevelt would have nothlrr- to
say about the New York State situation
to-day. 1fu wouldn't discuss the npeech
of H.irvey D. Hlnman in which Mr. Hln
mm said he was not the candidate of
th ex-Prewldcnt nr.d wa-i under nu obliga
tion to him.
"I shall speak this fall in various States
to the extent that 1 am able for the Pro
gressive tlcketti and the Progressive
roloner ''nut Penu.yl-
i vanla H so close to me that I can readily
i get there. My expectation Is that I shall
ho able to make several npechet there as
I won t be able to do In ouier Mattv
I particularly wish to speak in Scran-
Mtid It is a matter of much sincere,
regret that as I have to speal; to the
Louisiana Progressives on Labor Day I
(hull be unable to accept the Invitation
of the Central Labor Union to speak In
Scntirton that day. A similar Invitation
to speak before the Central Labor I'nloti
In Maine has come, both of which tnvl
Uitiorut havo pleased me greatly."
REVIVE HEARST SENATE RUMOR.
Polltlonl Gossips Hello c Ilia Candl-
dnnr Will He Announced Soon.
lVjlltlcal gossips rovlved yestrrdny the
rumor that William H. Hearwt will try
"r the Democratic nomination for Units d
State-s senator, it is Known that friends
of Gov. Glynn haw be.wi trying to got
him to do It and tt Is said that uucer-
talnty as to Mr. Hearst's position ex
plains the Governor's d .ay In publish
ing Ws own intentions sa to rtnomina
Democratic politicians believe that Mr.
Glynn will he heard from in a few
davs and that Information regarding Mr.'
Hearst may be expected about tho rame
ACTOR INSISTS HE'S DIVORCED.
George, nichnrda Wisnta' fki-ari to
Confirm lloston Deeree,
George Richards, an actor, will ask
Kunremn Court Justice Hendrlck to-day
I t" straighten out on unusual matrimonial
tnnirlc rind decldn tvhetlier hn Is divorced
ASK SMASHED BANK INQUIRY.
a delegation rejiresenunu jeposiujrs ot
tnf private ninas oi m. u. . jarmuiowsr.y
and Max ICobrc cloed by State Ranking
A i nupcnniicnuriti ivuir-n udinu jiieimru.i,
culled upon tho District Attorney yestnr-
'lay to ask tint he begin an Investigation
' Into tho business mothoda of the two In-
ilons. , , , .
Cnr member of the delegation said ho
i f"1" witness who would swear they
r.iw n man go to Kf lire s banu at - clock
Kundiiy inoinlng, the day before It -a as
ela-ed, nnd come nut Main with n box
Jmlno Veeder, in the I'nltcd States Dis
trict Court. Rrooklyn, at tho same time In
structed United S'.nti-t Commissioner
I Ollki i to e.vamlnn Moses Ginsberg and
Max Frankel, who rim Kobre h bank In
11 Illlume.iurK 'ill" nii'i'iiunnc,
Petitioners In bnnkruptoy have all ab
legod that the bankois have lilddtu about
00tf,000. , . .
BRITISH CRUISER RUNS FROM MOVIE TUG;
ATLANTIC STEAMER LANES REPORTED SAFE
Essex Hovers About lTook Un
til Scared Off by Unpid
A tlrlttsh cruiser, believed to be the
Kssex, ran from the. muzzle of a rapid
fire moving picture machine which wa
trained from a tug rarrylng a squad of
camera men about twenty miles southeast
of Ambrose Channel lightship jesterday
afternoon. She, sllppeil to sea with smoke
pouring from her funnels and after a
CopjTifht American Pre Aeioclatlon.
The British cruiser
chase of several mtlea the camera men
The big cruiser was lifting lazily In the
long ocean swell with barely enough way
upon her for steering when tho tug
puffed Jauntily up to her. The operators
for tho Universal Film Company had been
hunting for a Hrltlsh ship all day and
were about ready to go home when they
sighted the FJnsex.
She was stripped for action, although
the band playing on the quarterdeck gave
her almost a holiday aspect. A few
sailors lounged at the side and waved
aa the tug with Its battery of cameras
and a noloy person with a megaphone
drew up alongside.
"What ship Is thntt" yelled tho mega
phone man, and half a dozen pallor
shouted "Is-x." The proximity of the
tug apparently did not please tho com
mander of the Iscx, for after a few
oameras had clicked thn cruiser gathered
way and sped off toward the e.ist at
a speed that defied the camera men to
get anything but a stern view. That
did not confirm the name, for canvas had
been hung over the place where battle
ships generally carry their names
The cruiser circled about off the Hook
most of the afternoon, sometimes coming
inside the lightship and then heading out
to sea again. Observe on the Hook de
cided that she kwas walling far the In
coming freighter Francisco from Hull,
Kngland, to find nut If the FraJiclseo had
sighted any other ships and to send In
messages to the Rrltlsh Consul, as the
Suffolk did on Tuesday
The Suffolk Is apparently about fifty
miles to the southeast, as the steamer
Crl:.tobal coming up the coast stuhted
a cruiser of tho Monmouth clnss. to
which both the Suffolk and Essex be
long. Two other cruisers of the same
LINER POTSDAM BRINGS IN
520 STRANDED AMERICANS
Brooklyn Lawyer Becomes Wizard of Finance on a
Quarter Woman Stowaway AboardBank
ruptcy Receiver Has 14 Pennies in Pocket
Among the enlivening tales of eicttvitlca
In the war aone told by passengers on
thn Holland-America llnor Potsdam,
whloh docked In Hoboken yesterday, none
waa more Interesting than the story of
Meier Stelnbrtnk. a
managed with hli
HrooKtyn lawyer wno
daughter Mlrnun and idx-yenrold son
Stewart to get from R'rlln to Rntnr
dam with twenty-six oents in actual aiah
tn hlfl pockets.
In thn party w4th him were Osean
1awUi, reoeivnr for Smith, Gray & Co.,
a cheering crowd.
Ewrybody wantefl to withdraw savlngv,
Mr. Htelnbrlnl: said, and depositors be
sieged bank cashiers, clamoring for their
money. He said thai a run on a iwiik in
this country Is not to be compared with
some of the runs he saw on German
' , ... . i i
f?.. ' n.,, r.
me nbrlnk decided the r. wax, no comfor
or Mfety In the faUrland nnd started
iZ...r!Lrn orrivin them on Tulv
l wir wss declared He was
the Rotterdam bankeib declined Ilrmly
ajid nosltlvely to cash theJii.
He then culled upon a repreHntatlve
of Pop A Co., Amorican bankers, and
found a largo crowd of tourlrita pleading
for bllla in place of their checks. Ha
succeeded evontually In getting JiO and
bonrdwl tho Porndaro with his family
and travelling companion. Ten minutes
after the steamship was scheduled to
sail. Mrs. Stelnbrlnk said, a Government
naval orflrer put In an apiwarance and
took the captain oft for war service.
Ho also requisitioned thu majority of the
members ot the crtw and their places
were filled with giten hands. Thn first
nfftnr i,r a frfttirhtn-.- owned bv the llol-
land-American Linn namM von Walrawn
1 ''''''' I '
''j- 't ijjM' TKS I.
Essex photographed off Ambrose
class, the Lancaster and Rerwlck, are
part of the same cruiser squadron.
They aro not of the most modern type,
the KfJox having benm built in 1801, the
LancaMer nnd Uerwlck In 1902, and the
Suffolk In 1D03. They are 140 feet long
with a speed of twenty-three to twenty
four knots an hour. They carry' four
teen 8 Inch guns, nine 12 pounders, three
3 pounders, and two torpedo tubes. Tho
only way In which they can be told apart
Is by the different bands on thn funnels,
although the.se may have beo.i pulnted
It L. Nonworthy, acting Consul-On-eml
of Oreat Rrltain In this city, an
nounced yesterday that Admiral Sir
Christopher Craddock, commanding a
fleet of five warships, has cleared the
Atlantic; 6oean from Trinidad to Halifax
of all menaoi to Ungllsh shipping. This
information was brought to him In a
letter written by Sir Christopher aboard
the orulser Suffolk and brought to tins
port on Tuesday by tho Rrltlsh tramp
steamer New York City, which thu Suf
folk left at Sandy Hook.
Mr Noswcrthy said he could give no
guarantee as to the contlnuanco of this
condition. The fast German cruiser
Karlsruhe la In the North Atlantic some
where and sh must be reckoned with.
The letter was not explicit on the point,
but Mr. Nosworthy said he took it for
granted that tho live Rrltlsh warships
are protecting Rrltlth commerce rather
than seeking Ocnnan prizes.
He said th. letter told of no engage
ments and of no prizes taken. Informa
tion wns given to him respecting the
future movements of the British lighters,
but he could not divulge It. The Intlmx
tlon was that they would continue to
do guard duty until- something happens
to disturb present plans.
"I consulted this morning with Rrltlsh
shipping men," said the acting Consul
General, "and they declared they would
was placed in charge of the Potsdam nnd
brought her to this iort.
Col. William H. llykman of Brooklyn
and his wife returned on the Potsdam af
ter 'spending night days, in Paris. Ho Im
mediately terminated his propose) trip on
' me onttnent wnen hn saw what was
i Pre ,tng
ins i-ouiQam naa r.su caDin ana ssa
steerage passenteri. Thn liner found thn
usual ship Innn across the Atlantic de
serted. On Tuesday night off the Iong
Island coan. an Knellsh warship threw a
searchlight over her and then went on
Calvin Smith of Uaston, Pa., was at
Sarajevo three days after the assasMna
tlon of tho Archduke Francis Ferdinand.
Hn visited the pollen station on tho day
hn left and saw the assaasln, who, Mr,
Smith raid, seemed to be much pleased
over his crime.
Miss Natalie Smith, daughter of Onorgn
T Smith, president of the First National
Rank of Jersey City, came over on the
Potsdam with Julius P. Meyer, director
of thn Hamburrg-Amerlcan uine, and
The trln over was made lively for the
steerage passengers by reason of several
flKhts among Russians, Austrlaus and
Germans. The nhlp'e officers were obliged
to go below several times and separate
The purser of tho Potsdam mot with a
perplexing situation several hours after
tho liner had left Boulogne when
found a young woman stowaway.
Mr Margaret K. K. Swift, a young
milliner from Los amj had slipped
aboard and dropped her baggage In thn
first .unpty stateroom. She mingled with
!.. nrt cibln .Pa-enger,, and whon the.
liner waa well out of sight of land slni
announced herself to the purser.
"Well, hero I am," sbo said. "What
are you going to do about It?'
Mrs. Swift had a first cabin ticket on
the Imperator, and tho purser took this,
and after a general recounting of passen
gers bn found a berth for her. Mrs. Swift
hud been nway slnco Juno D and waa In
Ixmdon when the falling of the Imperator
waa abandond, Her baggage waa In
Paris, and she rushed back after it.
Ry generous tips n nil lending a nano
with her own trunks no caught me epo-
clal train for Boulogne at &::5 P, M. on
August 1. In tho excitement, and with
nioro generous tlpplne, ah svot nafoly
aboard tho Potsdara.
Suffolk Brings Word to Consul
General That 8ca Is Clear
make preparations to resume, schedule
sailings. Thn fairway has been cleared
without the ftrlng of n single shot. There.
haa been no naval engagement on this
side of tho Atlantic
The erulsors under command of sir ,
Chrltopher are the iMncastcr. nristoi. ,
using the coaling stations at Halifax and J
Hermuda and I do not believe they havi
ns yet round It necessary to coal at aca.
So far ns I know tho Karlsruhe. Is the
only riermnn warship In tho North At-
lantlo. She Is much faster than the lif-1
sex and will undoubtedly be nble to keep
Mrrrea from the Rrit.
Ish Ambassador In Washington yesterday
official notification of the fact that the
North Sea Is dangcroiw to American
shipping because of German mines. This
Informitlon was given out at Washington
on Tuesday through tho newspapcrei. It
will bo communicated in tho routino way
to all shippers from this port.
Th curtailment of booklncs by Ameri
can vacation xcekers to Canadian ports
along the St. Lawrence River on account
of reported blockades and mines being
placed In tho river by German ships, has
elicited assuramv from Canadian stim
hlp officials that normal conditions
prevail with regard to Intra-Canadlan ,
J. W Canvin, New York agent of tho
Canadian Steamship lines, yesterday re-
celved a telegram from II. Foster Chaffee, ,
passenger traffic manager In Quebec, say- .
Ing that full service la- tn operation from
Quebec, Montreal and Toronto to Niagara
Falls, tho riaguenay River and points on
thn Gulf of St. Iawrenco.
Notwithstanding Mr. Nosworthy's as-1
suranccs thn French liner Hochambeau I
was neid up at her docn yesterday after
noon by orders from tho French Con
sulate. She was to have sailed with
1,500 reservist at 3 o'clock.
The postponement was said to be due
tn news of a German warship cruising
within twelve hours sailing of New York.
Warning came from the French Govern,
ment to Uie otllctj) of the French Linn on
Tuesday, but It waa hoped that word
would be received yeetcrrlay thM the dan
ger had been removed. There hsd been
no Intention of holding up the Rochnm
beau because she carried reservists.
ELSIE FERGUSON GETS
A DIVORCE FROM HOEY
Dppi'po for Actress Ts Sipnod In
Troiilon on Grounds of
Trentok, N J. Aug. 12. Mrs. Elsie
I.outso Hoey, better known by her stage
name, nisle Ferguson, received a divorce
to-day from her husband. Frederick Cham-
borl'iln Ilony, to whom she wns married
In 1D0S. The decree waa allowed by Vice
Chancellor Ha-.kes upon thn grounds of
Mr. Hoy Is now In Europe, Ijist
year Senator John W. Sloc.um and Judge
Henry S. Terbium of the Court of Er
rors and Apptnls and intimate friends
of th Hoey family met Mr, Hoty In
Paris and hn told them hn was living
For three years after their marriage i
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoey lived together at
Hollywood, Ixing Branch, n section de
veloped by Mr. Hoey-g father, who was
for many years president 'of the United
States Express Company. Their married
life, according to Mrs. Hoey, was happy,
except when they quarrelled over finan
cial affairs, which happened not Infto.
fluently. Mrs. Hoey described her hus
band as sn amiable sort of f.llow with,
out tho hliithtest regard for his responsi
bilities and with no visible, means of sup
port. She said sne practically kept him
and paid some of his debts.
When Mr. Hoey left for Europe In
1911 he told his mother-in-law he was
going to Monte Carlo to win prizes and
money In the Hhootlng contests. He was
rated as a crock shot. Once pipe then
Mrs. '!oey met her husband In a street In
Paris, but received from him only a nod
of recognition. Hie only communications
to his nlfe, she said, were a fuw brief
notes enclosing clippings about her theat
FORT AND SMITH AT HAVANA.
.Sunfo Domlntro Coninilloner I.nnvc
on U, M. (iunliont Tn-dny.
fiprcinl Cahle lifimteh In Tnr Sun
Havana, Aug. 12,J. Franklin Fort
and Charles C. Smith, tho American com
missioners on their way to Santo Domingo
my io iry to settle tho trouble In. tho
repuonc. arrived hore to-night from Key
West. They nrn ut the Hotel Inglaterra.
The oommlsKlonero will leuve, to-nior-
row aboard an American gunboat for
1 rutrto riata.
FOG SAYED LUSITANIA
FROM HOSTILE CRUISER
Liner Safo at Liverpool Be
port Turbines Tampered
With While Here.
Upttldt Cahtt Pftpateh tn Tnz Srsr
LtvERrooi., Aug. 12. Tlio Cunard
ii. ?..ii,.ni- -,i....4 i.. ..........
. ..,.. . .
from New or- U "as nn cxclttnir
but a slow Journey, the slowest. In
fact lhat thn Hh)p v.r madfl
reportiJ Hint tho turbines wero tnm-
pered with in New 1 ork. Ono day nut
of port something went wrong with
ono turbine ntnl tho vessel was not ablo
to make more than twenty knots.
Right hours later she sighted n
cruiser which refused to answer signals.
It Is believed she was a CSermnn. The
Lusltnnla Immediately changed her
course, crowded on steam uml raced
to tho south. The cruiser gavo chiso
and there wns great exclte-mctit aboard,
but luckily n, heavy fog came up and
the, Idisltanla w.us iiblc to csc.ipo from
her pursuer. She continued tho Jour
ney without heudllghtH and with her
One nay the passengers heard many
shotH tired aboard the l,usltnnla nnd
they weni In cunsteriintlon until they
wtro Informed that tho guns were in
celebration of a Hrltlsh victory nt sea.
which later proved to be a false, re
port. The lAisltanlu has soveral guns
and was ready to defend herself If at
It Is believed that the Ijusltanla's re
turn trip to New York has been can
celled. MERCURY GOES UP TO 78.
Ilntnldltr I,rBens In ftcriiunn nnd
n Tlrertr Helps Thlns.
The highest temperaturn jestenlay was
IS degrees at noon and thn thcrniometrr
remained nt that mark until iilghtfill.
The temperature nt S A. M. was 73. The
humidity was grteH In the morning
and gradually lessened during tho day.
The humidity Ht S A. M. was 81. It
was down to 71 at noon nnd t!5 at 2:30
There was a sternly light breeze which
averaged tweiV" miles an hour an ciay,
northwest In the morning and shifting to
duo north In tho afternoon.
NEW VUKK Cstillltt.
The Catskill Mountains
t eountrr of native rrsmleur. -IMwoml
.harmi. many trnait etrmi, walks. Orlv i
ana other itrctton mske this a pktureique
nnd heslthful paradise.
i The lister & Delaware R. R.
reaches all point, tn thli mountn eanl-
Urlum and sreat plraiurs rrojnj, and In
mnneetlon nltis Weft Shore It. It., optratti
through trains Including Pullman servl a,
The annual Illustrated book with rsvlied
map of the Catjklll Mountain section, a.io '
map showlnr th greit Ashokan Hessrvotr '
and conlalnlnx corrected list of over 1,000
hotels and boarding bouses, will be sent free
on receipt of a cents posture.
N. A. 8I1I3. Utneral l'ji-itr Arent
NEIV YORK tlronitllle.
WHY STAY IN TOWN
THESE HOT DAYS?
The (iranintan Is (he Ideal Summer
home for New York bulnen men 5
minutes from (irand Central, Coolest
pol near New York special rates for
l.arlirlore during Autti'l, (Jolf, lennli
end eer outdoor sport
WATER GAP HOUSE
The Mountain Paradise, Delaware Hater (lop,
Pa, Open lo December. Special late Hummer
and Autumn terms, UooUlei,
NEW HPItfCE CAUIN INN
Oreatly enlarged Klnest lo.jtion in Pocono
Mta Rooms on suite with b.itb. Kiectrlc
light, steam heat, telopbotin In rooms, sun
parlor, music, danrlni.', saddle horses, rolr,
tennis, bowllnir, sursse Illustrated booklet
ljackaann R. H. tn Cresco Hiattou.
IV. J. A M D. PRICE, Canadensis. Pa.
PENNHYI.VAN1A Mnunl rocono.
MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE
Knlrrd; inodnrnUod. private bath, belU;
: dancinff, t itr.r. if ut'iur., jpn aii yrnr.
P St II. M 1ULC!I. Mount rocono, Pa.
NKW K.SOr.AND Muaachusettl.
I.IINOX. MAHSALIIIBK1TH, In tin heart ot
the famous lrkhirr j golf course one
quarter of a mile from the hotel, saddle
horses, tennl. rood livery, fine motoring,
t. ,. accommodates SOOj good orchestra: open
until October SOlhi we make, a special rate
for young men, writ. 'Manager
lk Euaapst, N.U, UnJer twin nianagemeut.
' Lawrence Park, llroaiillle, N. T.
NKW TORK I-onc Island. !
PROSPECT HOUSE L
IMirltrr I. land llilithts. 1. I. Whims, U
TenuK llMhliir, (loir. Modern Hamlin: f
Ideal Motor Hun Ucllchtiul Week-I'.nds. 1
Country and Mhore coiublnrd, llooklcl 1'
NKW YORK Adirondack.
ORANTI VlITVr 1IOTKI.. Uake PUclfl. N. T
Onll. tennis, bosvtlnr. bathing, Circular.
I FEKNHVI.VANU Delaware Water Oasx
' SAbu1el;rlreDro7': !
lm j r n it in n n a '
'M Shawnen-on-Dclaware, Ponn, Hi
A Summer Home for Divnod Ml I
nailnt lvople. All outdoor and m
a Imlonr amusements at their bn-t . m
'9.1 rnmeus Hbnwnen AJV
,W GOLF COURSE U,
I'm iShani'e Country Club) JJ I
HurTounds the Inn. Mfjf'
II M TOO. Manaier.
WILSON BY SUFFRAGISTS
Dead Woman's Stand on Ballot
Given as Benson for Now
New OnLKANS, Aug. 12. Recause Mr.
Wood row Wilson "Influemced her husband
not to lend his aid to the cause of woman's)
suffrage" Miss Kate (lordon and her
sister, leaders of the suffrage movement
III New Ui leans, and dictators of the I!ra
Club, which boasts Sou members among
the prominent women of the city, have,
again refused to seid a letter of condo
lence, to the President. More than that.
Hie militant women set upon a male re
porter who hail been sent to the meet
ing at which the club declined to honor
the nation's Rxecutlve because, of his
dead wife's stand on suffrage, chased him
dow.v two flights of stairs and captured
his notes and drove him from the build
ing. The club, acting under the direction of
Mls Kate Gordon, generalissimo of the
suffragists of Loulclana, Ignored the
storm of protest raised by Its utilon of
Saturday when It tabled a motion to ex
tend the smpathy of the organization
to tho Vrcuved Executive, and by a vot
of 34 to 13 tu-day Indorsed the previous
Hctlun of the club.
Mlsa Oordon bitterly attacked as "trai
tors and llara" whoever ns members of
the club, were responelblo for the publloa
:ion of tho first news of the club's vote
The orgaulzitlon U sa-ld to be spilt
over the affair. Mrs. W. W. Van Meter,
president of the club, Is reported to have,
tendered her resignation and other ufllcen
are said to he on the verge of resigning.
In a statement Issued after the meeting
..Mrs. Van Meter declared that the "re
fusal of the club to rend a simple letter
of condolence to our President in his
trouble is bigoted and narrow and will.
In my opinion, do vast Injury to the cause
Notable I'lnKpole Shattered.
The ISO foot flagpole of the Churah
Charity Foundation at Atlantic and Al
bany avenues. Rrooklyn, was shattered
by lightning Tuesday evtnlng. The pole)
and Its three tings were the gift of the
late H, H. Low In 1897 and cost J 1,000.
It was the tallest flag pole In Hrooklyn
until that in the Federal Uneeball rark
was put up.
SUPERB HOTEL ACCOMMODA
TIONS FROM ATTRACTIVE
WAYSIDE INNS TO PALATIAL
RESORTS AND SPLENDID
MODERN CITY HOTELS.
NEW ENGLAND TOURS
Free by mall from
WM. M. KIMBALL, Secretary
Nr.W PNtit.AND HOTKL ASSOCIATION.
DItAl'Kll HOTI'.I,, NOimiAUlTON, UASS.
NEW rNOLANn Rhode Island.
WATCH HILL, R. I.
Will keep open late in September.
Have nrranget.1 for special weekly
tlancin: also clock Rolf and putting
contests during the season. 18 hole
roK course: tennis courts, fine bath
ing and motoring: dancing every eve
J. F. CHAMPLIN.
NEW JEBSJEY Atbarr rati,
North Asbury Park, N. J.
Witt remain open until after Labor Day
250 rooms with private bath and
hot and cold seawater connection.
loo rooms with hot and cold runnlnc water.
Lanv distance telephones in all room.
Surf bathlnc-fisillne- Klshuig.
Dailj concert and dancing.
5. O. Remits. IltANK V. MHTTTE,
Aset Uiinairer Manager
Teleplione tw Asbury Tark.
r , ''a' Summer Item
for niecrlmlnatlnf Psopl.
Dlrei'tly on tht beach.
Noted for Its high standard or excellence.
MORGAN a. PAKSOXS.
NEW JKIlHr.V Snrln Ijike Beaeh.
NEW ESSEX 8 SUSSEX
SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J.
HIIJ Dl. I.UM' IIOTPI. OP TUB
Bit miles from New York
Tast Impress Train Serilce.
t'ndrr theeicluilie maaacement o'
DAVID B. PLUMER
NEW JERSEY MlanHe Cllr.
Pt Cliar.es I lae, flrit hotel from th
bench Modern In every dctai' Cap-Tl'
ilu Fresh and eea water In hth, priva-m
and pirbllci running w.itrr In ro.nr.. . el
vstor io rlre.-t MPKCIAI. CEPTKMBBK
AND CK'TOllUU TCKMH Hooklet Una ft
trains A 12, IV.UlNliH, "reer W It
mull TCUIRC Vlrrtnta Av. and
nILI oniliC death Ocean view,
(ireatly ltiiprord and refurnlehed, Cap. SM
Prlvaie hatl.F. runnlns water tn loome. elevator
Ac. Musi". Sprrlal- ft m up weekly; 11.00 uu
dally. Opo, all r- iwzJi
onarlbcrotiab - IBlenTKlm
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
JOSIAH WHITE HONS COUPANT.
)IIW JERWEY Atlantic Highlands.
one noun ntoii new york.
ATLANTIC UIQUUANDS, N. i.