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REPLY TO MILITARY EXPERTS.
On page 3, section 5, of to-day's Issue of THE WEATHER FORECAST. Fair and warmer to-day and to-morrow; west to northwest winds. Highest temper c, 42: lowest, 22. Detailed woathcr, mall find marine roporton vane 13. tm. The Sun "The Invasion of America" 1 tells what we can do to oppose an invading army. VOL. LXXX1F. MO. 209. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1915. Coitrfr;hf, HUE. by the fitm Printing and ruMMMHji .tModnfuin. (56 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. MEDICAL BOARD ! AT RANDALL'S IS ABOLISHED Follow m Defence .Mary Duupli.v by (lie Doctors of: Mr REPORT OK sI'KlMAI. CO.M.M ITTKK T !'. rii" i ..' hoard created January I ii ii lie ! tuti I .ii' t Drum- i 1. 1 i the care aim mat . f . .lotiiltule!. cpileptii and .in M .mil llriltltS eolilliitri 111 schools ;iinl hospital nil Itan- tin .t ii Pie inl'. s Il..iul was abolished yesterday by ( fc.n Ti b ir tlr- p.- Commissioner John A. Kings. ,.s. i on of Commissioner Klin: .i.spenstiig with the, board it i followed a report submitted' to li in h a special committee of tho utr.il imdltal board of the ltandalrs j!jnd institutions. At th Comrals Biur.. . suggestion the general medical b.. rd met recentl) at the Academy of Me! me and appointed a committee to rtpor . him "concerning conditions ..tih hive resulted In the present sltua ll.ii a . r..ind,iU's Island" Mm M.irv Dunphy, superintendent ot the Hamuli's island lnitltutloii!, Im un der suspension pending her answer t the c .-irees regarding her management and tie nr.. 'if inmates. leputy Superln j, ile'' Max Niklns of tho institutions, tu-i'tiideil for violation of tho rules, fj.l.'l hi .ipprar last Friday and reply to t u h.i Ke. It Is said he will be dls. .i -.-l Many employees havu been oropp" I from tho Institution's payroll kid "iinj have resigned. HeiirKrtiiliillon Hrgnn, Cunm sioner Kingsbury has already ti .i 'corn mUatlon of the tnMhucij of (. quoting the. hospitals and tl.t- island. A committee of schools on I promlnont I ii. d women ha been iippolntrtl by ; to advise him In this work. Deputy i . r.tics Commissioner U'llllum J. I'.. et lias been In charge at ltnnri.iU'.s I-aid Mine Mrs. I )imp!l was 9US- Jirl dd T.ie medical board removed by Com-1 m.ss o' er Kingsbury yesterday was l.t..'k-,i l Dr. Max G. Schupp. who Is ii re. tar of the Clearing House, for Men i.l Defective)! at the Post-Graduate lle-p.i.d. The other member!! of the b.ird are Dr- Herbert O. do V. Corn il, Dr James Belilon Gere. Dr. Florl He lAjruie Myerf. Dr. IahiIh C, tl!eh ii l Dr Frederick William Stiuhman. I ie rev.Kli.illonx of Dr. i.'.irlos Mac I'.. . Id, Dr. Itllatn Mabon. rupcrln t. len of the Metropolitan Hospital nil . Is Island, and Dr. ltcrnard S.icIih, well Known iieuroloBlstH, who wero n.inl..rs of th deposed board In un til. sor capacity, win. accepted re ei tl' Ic Mr Klni?sbury. a letttr ''ii to '""omnnssloner K r.D s'.veral days UK" sinned b I'i ' o invall a" sciretarv of the medl j ird ihc .'harKer ajsainst Mrs. Dun s' v .no 'I usseil at lonBth. Til" lettir j. -i Mr- lump, v'r niaiiafnieiit of naits and s.iNs. "It would bo d "1 i t. ind .mother person equally ilon d witn hii'i'an s nipathy, exprl e and executive ability." As to the chaiRe that oirporal pun li1 iie-it was Intllcted by attendant"!, the Liter .as, "It Is a mutter of cunnr.on ki i dpe t.'mt Inmates, are Ineffoctlx ely sr. ,, -iv mi absurdly small number of lint a .icd and underpaid help." 'I like llcspnnslbim? . The ' nird takes the responibllty for e1 ier 'ip f iiblemlndcd persons placed 1'itJ.i. ket and reslralnluic -beets, w . ,,ne nf the 'harReH against Mrs, IiH'ipm D was done for the wtlfare i in. hi . ..is. tin. letter says. I i .liatce that infectious dDeasrs "e spr. id imong the Inmates wis - irainif to the board, to tniilll ' i 'ooni and the lslts nf "Kiinrdlans 1 frit-ids . tniiiuK t mm the must Ii ' s miinmiiltii'H In the city." Ttie lo'ter to Commissioner Klngslmrv f'r " i. meilieal board concludes with t i- ",'enient rigaidlng the reliability c( i tudenie gathered against Mrs. PU' i l n do iiit I'on-lder that Information, "'' " nig i substantiated by .illld.ivlts cs -e jiut of parents of such children, it n ieil alue for several reasoiiM, one t '.c -bat mans of tin se persons arc t 'i i ' I b those w ho are exploiting ' V : own Interests; another Is that si '.f Tination,. even when In good 'i is often secured bv them from f wie, ., tided children, who would re s i .ni' falsehood which tin y thought r u r ' . Hi. t their release; and isirther rr "f we liellevii that a large jiortlon, i' I lio .n.l.irllv Clt till. nartttltM lf tU s,l'".r tviit of feebleminded un arc theinsi Ives mentaliy or it , b'etlve, and while their stale- - -i ght have a certain legal valuo i w. r" to, those of us, both pll- .'is ,tn.j l.iymen, who know the facts, r- h' small value of their asser- T report of the General Medical 11 when the deposed board was i . . Mr Drummond ordered that '- : ' e. .il boaid "slioiild contliie Its ii es to the treatment of noimal f : and that as a result "tho ind atypical children often ii r i, the dining rooms, In th" 'i. i'.d on the playgrounds, so that I us frequent! spread, and neither i' i was In exclusive contiol. Wo I 'hat the existence of dual boards " utely prejudicial to the best In f ' . ot thy Inmates," bliiuliiir's 'linre. ' e (jeneral order I'nmmlnsloner K i- ,n v . sueii aliollshlng thu rmdlciil !" ie fays I General Medical Hoard which Ii ..ii opi rating In chargn of the n leiu'c at the Itaudall's Isl- ntiiiloiis for many earu has ' I to the Commissioner 1 -t, that the working of tho two '""Ae.ai buardu 'has allowed Infectious, '.n . i il. dbln and i iiritiisloils diseases i in.iie ,.ry greatly and tho surgl 1 'rit among tho neurological pa ' ' 1 i diminish veiy materially.' mil that the old board 'ban mail" ' eiion to qooperiito with tho 1 'iniiid with a lew lo remedying ' imlUloiiH, but wlllioul success,' T "-I Hint the 'attention of the hu- In vi r ii t has been repeatedly called i I'ouMitiiiJ on Seventh Page. THE SUN TO-DAY CONSISTS OF SIX SUCTIONS AS FOLLOWS: FIRST Central News SECOS'D Sporting, Automobiles, kennels ... 6 THIRD -Society, Ketorti, Art. Drama, Music, Fashions, Books, Queries, Chess . FOURTH -Pictorial Mgine and" the War Illustrated FIFTH Semi-News Articles, For eign, War Features . SIXTH Special Features, Real l.itate. Gardens, Poul try, Schools, Financial, Problems , . . 12 16 10 Total 66 Readers or netcsdealers uho do not re cent all of these sections ulll confer a uior on " The Sun" by notifying the Pub lication Department at once by the phone (.2200 Beekman) and the missing sec tions utll he promptly forwarded If pos sible. Blast Sends Rock hlyins Over Crowd It Ilils Hroiiihvn.v Jewelry Store Whitlow. Scutferhi'r tsonis in Ihe Street. A rock as large as a derby hal blown out of an unboarded section of the sub way construction sterday evening In Ili'oadw.iy at Th'rty-eiiditli street by an ei.on of dynamite, salteJi ovet ine heads of crowds of theatngoers and crashed thioUKh the ldate -Mass window of Jacob Itosenbatini'si Jewelry Fhop on the efist side of the street. Many Ihoiisand dollars wni'tti of dia monds and pearls wero scattered In all directions, " . i , , i absolme-for on no other basis will Mr. i It was also le.uned to-night that In- of people before tho l.-lio favors-and structlonv hav s.. b.en Issutsl to """i1" "m,a,,'fioirtf,llv .111 ta nluo. in'rall all marines ., h at the the Jam Theatre ne inc from her lltnoiirf.ne, sorcamed and fell Into the arms of a trallle policeman. Itosenhauni ran from his wrecked storo braiidlshliig a blue steel revolver. looking for thieves. I'ollceman l'all- meter hlted him and explained matters. In ten inliiutiw the gems were nil col lected and the tratllc of Hroadway rolled on as Usual. The rock came from n hole as large aM the bodies of several men between the north ami south IkiuihI trucks in front of the Casino Theatre. The work tt In charge of the United States Kealty and Improvement Company. BRITISH TO CHECK GOLD FLOW. j. p. Mnrsrnn ttrndn rliiHnclers Coiiferenee In l.niiilnti. Iinpon,. March 27 J. P. .Morgan. Sir George Palsh and other representa tives of the Hiitlsh Government and well known financiers held a conference, to-day at Mr. Morgan's lindon home to discuss methods whereby the British 1 enn check the tlow of gold to the I'nlted 1 State!!. The dlscii-s'on tur'ied on i method of pst'ihlish'tig credit.-, wlu.'li i will prevent gold from suing out No definite plan was decided upon ' and It Is aiinouti.'ed that further con- , ferences will bo held mxt week ; VASSAR PHOTOS CAUSE SUITS. I Ohlerllon o Ise nf Hnlsj f'hHln Girls In AilierlUlnsc. Pofiiincrrrciin. N" Y., March fn the warning of the trustte of as sar College that as the ulllcl.il photog rapher of the college ve would be lit Id responsible for tin dlspla ot pictures of the girl students forming the Daisy Chain In advertising literature, Kdward I.. Wolven started action to-day against t'tiderwood & I'nderw ood, the lllllott Service Company and tho Atlantic and Prfislllc Tea Company tor damages ag gregating 1,1,00V. Tin1 plenties have beep dlpl.icd throughout the country In the different stores of the Atlantic lid Paellle Tini Conipin and In connection with them has appeared the advertl-ement of teas, rolfees and spices The use of the pic tures for this purpose has cau-ed hu miliation to the students and their parents, it Is .illc'cd. and the trustets fe"l that It is nn Insult to the college. The actions will be tried Mi the I'nlted Stales Court of th Southern Dim let of New York and MorschaUser .v .Mack of !..., ...... m.,,1 U.,!!,,,,,. V. tlrkb.. nf V.oe Yotk have been retalneil as' cnuiisel. The cop) right was released to t'nder-' wood A.- I'nderwood for newspaper pur - poses only, but, Il Is asserted, was given i b) them to the lllllott Service. Company! for the purpose of advertising. The tea I ci i.p.iny was an innocent transgressor, I but has been marie one of the defendautt, as it displayed tne pictures. McADOO OPERATED ON THRICE. Olllj liner fnr ipeiidlcHI, It In t'nnftli'liill explained, W.vslilNUTo.v, March 7. The state, men was made unotllcl.tlli at the Treas ur Department t i-day tli.it Secretary McAdoo had been operated on In N'c.v York In 191" for hernia and not for appendicitis an was "erroneously re ported" at the (line. It was explained that th Secretary had undergone three operations In all one In H'03 on account of an automobile accident, w hen his right arm and two rllw wern s.tt at a hospital a I New Brunswick, N. J. the operation a )eai' later In New York ' for "hernia," said to have been "erroneousb leported," and the recent operation, wnteh II is positively stated was for appendicitis The statement Is in. lib. that the Seeretar Is recovering. It was. said further that tho lecovery from the llrst two operation was "com plete." ROTHSCHILD UNDER KNIFE. Ilrnil r IIukIUIi llrnncli nf lliink rrs l iiilrrunr Slprriitlon, jreil Cahlr flrimfcA fo Tim Srs . Dos'iMiN. MiLrcli 27 Dord Hothschll'l underwent a serious operation to-duy. A bulletin Issued this evenlug.announce Dial he recovered from the operation In good uhapo and that hla condition la Datlnfttctory. STATEMENT TO CLEAR OSBORNE MESS EXPECTED: Marshall So Sure Ho Post pones Putting Evidence Before Jurors. MOKE GIRLS TELL OF ELUSIVE OLIVER A lrtti.it promise wan made nM night I by t'nlted States Attorney H. Pnowden . Marshall that within a few days one of . the principals In the Itno Tamer-James J W. Osborne breach of promiso mlxup will straighten the tnngle. ! "In view of my expectation that in llmpoitant tierson figuring In tho caso i will soon make il complete statement, I the presentation of evidence to the Kcd ' eral Grand Jury lias been postponed ! from Monday to Tuesday." said Mr. I Marshall, and further than that he i would not go. He refused to tell the sex of the ptr- son from whom he experts, to receive the statement. It Is known, however, that J the real point of the anticipated state ment does tiot deal wltti tho possSMe I guilt or Itae Tanzer for using the malls to defraud, but concerns tho whole .us 1 peeled conspiracy against tho former Assistant District Attorney. In view of this expected statement the Importance of Oliver Osborne, who has not been seen since two tlayn alter Mls Tanzer Hied her suit, when he as sumed responsibility for the milliner's troubles, fades, except from tho stand point of public Interest. If the ntate- Oliver's testimony will be the criminal action against tho girl and In J.inicn W. Osborne's defence of the clxll suit started against him. ii mixer I'llrtfil. i Oliver's baggage Is still In the house at I'll i:.itl Sixtieth street, where he lived under the name of Oliver Wooster. 1 The eeiilng the illrtatlous young nun made his statement to .latum W. Osborne be sent his several trunks to the Grand Central Station, left them1 there for a few dajs and then ltad ttion I sent back to the house. He llgured that the post olTlee agents could trace1 the trunks "to the station, but thought1 they would lose the trail If he doubled , on It. Hut Mr. Marshall has lost must or his Interest In Oliver Osborne, In view of the expected confession. Two more girls who knew Oliver have , I got In touch with Mr. Marshall ortlc. 1 i The nie lilanche l.'nger of I Hast Nine-1 ty-sesenth street ah Florence Syracuse I of Klmhuist. I.. I They work In u stole near the Sixtieth street hou-e and . I they say they noticed Oliver making ' I flirtations remarks to girls on the street or In the shop where they worked. line of them received a note from i Dim In which nllxer asked her to for- ge him fur taking tin lllfity or writ ing lo her. a perte.ct stranger, but ho ! said he bail noticed her often ami would ! like to meet her If he could, lie sug-' gestei) supper and the thelitis. I These girls say Osborn" used to meander through the store tllrtlng out- , ragiously with such girls as struck his notlci. If a girl giggled at his obvious, interest he sometimes sent a nole to, her by a nnssenger boy addrosed, "To the little beauty at the glove counter," I lor "To the lovely brunette at the wrap pers' sLitlon." Ills grand manner and 'tales of wealth impressed Uio girls' deepl. These two make n total of seven i girls to whom Oliver pal. I some atten-, ' tlon who have come forward. Miss Itosi Helen Kaiser, e.ll Mott avenue, I and May Wen of Middle Valley, I,. I . are the onl others whose names could ' be lear tied. The girls describe Oliver Osborne Jlli-t as .lames W (i-borno di scribed the man who visited him ten days jgo. They 'add that he almost always woie large i stones thought to be dl.unondr, that lie ' dressed like a d.tmly and smoked cigars. l.eller til -Vllss Knlser. "ine of the Inters to Miss Kals, made public yesterday. It reads: "To Mr Parlivo Svvhetiikart . W'.l s Fte, dear, I Jin home from shopping and If you do not like .vour shirtwaist, please do not scold nie alsiut It, for I did certainly do my best trying to get some thing ou would like. 1 made the girl who waited on me tt both of them on before I to. k them. She tried on about j "even 1'"'""' I ni.id up my mind which ,,, I liked best. 1 do hope you will ;"" It, and I would have bought you some other articles, run I Hid nor know on tne outside the size or st)le ymi like. U this 'he captain meant the lltttish "Well, by-by, Honey Hug, I will be eru.sers i:scx and Sulfolk and an un wlth ou at l o'clock. Slp'erely jours, Identllled French warship which arc walt- "Omvkk. , lug for the German auxiliary cruiser to ".May the thoughts i.f to-morrow be stick her nos outside the Virginia Capes brighter 'han our d.t .vesterday." dpt. Thterlehscn si Id he believed the Members of .Mr Marshall's Muff tie-' de nonstratloli by Fortress Monroe was llevn Flank D Safford, the former clerk Intended as a warning to tl "Mill's of the KeiHngt n Hotel, Philnlleld, who outside" that they must nt cotnn tcsi iili ntilleil Jiimes W. Osborne at the court close. hearing as the man who rcglMeicd with, dipt Tiuerlclien was told of the pro Itai Talirer Mr. and Mrs. O Os- , vision of the nelltiallty laws which pro borne, has Imitated the example of htnlts warships at war w ith other nations Ollvi r and has dlsappe.iied. from leaving pTt within twenty-four Divld Slaile, atiornev tor Miss Tan- i hours after the dep irture of a merchant rer, said vesterdiy that he didn't know ' vessel Hying Ihe ting of Its adv ers.irj . where Safford is ; that aftir Wednes- British ships from N ifolk, Newpoit day's Iteming Salford was turned loose, j xcvvh and Baltimore pass the Virginia Hearing on thin tubJ"C, Mr. .Marshall . ca,in nearly -viry hour of the day recelveil yesli iday from Watervllel, N (j:l,,t. Thlerlchsen smiled at this pr i- Y., by Mieilul delivery a letter signed .Mrs. Frank D. Sallorn. u lean: "Dkaii Sill. In reading of the Os borne case this morn ng, March 2H, 1 note that a witness for Itae T.iner Is Frank D. Safford. cleik at the Kensing ton Hotel of Plallilleld. N. J., last fall. "I should like to Inform ou that my husband, Frank D, Safford, disappeared t In .vears ago, ami I fully bellevo the witness and my huband aro tho same man, If I cm help )ou In any way 1 would bo glad to do ho, and 1 hope III rcium you will send me my husband's address, if you havo It. "Mas. FliANK D, S.vi'i'onn, "lino Broadwii), Watervllit." A postcrlpl said that tho woman's InHiind had worked In tho Grooke De partmeiit Ht-rn In Newark, Ullrich Bias, Mtiite In New York and the Broadway Central Hotel, hattnrd said op the wit ;iess stand that he had been connected with these concerns. I'lnrhiirsl, N. C Open iinlll Mm Ut. Hapsrh (.ihn ite, Delightful If. tsls, Thru II. hole Mnkn, Tennln, etc. Inq, list Il'wuy, arfv, WILSON READY TO USE SHIPS TO WATCH EITEL Rattleship Alabama Goes to Newport News: Murines' Leaves Recalled. ALLIES' CRUISERS WILL BE WATCHED WAstHNoio.f, March 2T Announce- I ment was made lit the Navy Department late to-night that the Alabama, now sta tioned at Philadelphia, has been ordered to Hampton Heads on neutrality duty. Tli Oovernment Is sending the Alabama to prevent the tier man concrted crutr Prlnz llltel Krledrlch, now lying at an chor there, from escaping to soa in vio lation of the laws of neutrality. t'nder these laws a belligerent ship Is piohlblted from leaving port within less (ban twenty-four hours after a merchant vessel or a warship of an enemy has gone to sea. Consequently any attempt by the i:itel to leave In Molatlon tf this rule will be resisted by ti e available forci s of the Tlillcd States. The duty of the Alabama will b to observe the movements of the (lermnn ship and aissi to see that the Kiench and llrltlsh cruisers lying off the Capes obserxe the laws of neutrality In wise the Kltfl Frl'ilrlch leaves under con ditions iMrmltteit by law. The action of the Government In sending the Ala- K.,,.,.. In ILimnlnti lln.iils OllellH 1111 , ,. .,,,, I novs id Itles In com ectlon with the Klt'l l'rlclrlch fraught with con Philadelphia nation and possibly other stations in the F.ast Taken in con nection with the ordei lo the Alabama, this means that the Government In tends to take firm measures to pre serve Its neutral isisitlon. Th" Alnbann, which will sa.l from Philadelphia to-morrow. will reach Hampton Itoads Monday morning. The Imminence of the dav vvhcji the Geman sei raider Frit Kltel Frledrlch must either Inttrr at NewMrt News or attempt a dash past the waiting British cruisers outside the Virginia, capes Is causing eors-lderablo concern to the authorities In ashl: gton. This was manifest at the War and Navy departments to-day when instruc tion" were sent for the keeping of a careful watch on the German cruiser to Insure that the neutrality rules of the I'lllted St itt- are not violated I .ate to day the War Department advlseil the commandant of Fot tress Monro., of 'Vh.it would be expected of lilm In case any Improper proceedings wire at tempted by the German warship. ' One subimrlne is the only naval ves sel at Newport News or vicinity avail able for use .is a watch on the Prlnz Kltel, and therefore the guns of Fortrfss Monroe, will be rebel on hold her to proper conduct. It is not anticipated, however, that the German cruiser will fall to accord tho utmot r.spect and observance to all that Is required of it by the 1 'tilted States Government. The opinion still prevails lore that ihe Prlnz Ultel will Intern when her time limit Is up EITEL U KNOTS FASTER. (nplnln s,i, l.erioiui lliildrr Is Vlso In l ine siutiit- on, Noiiroi.K. Vn., March :7 - With ;h American authorities lueplng Hamilton Itoads llluinlii ited .it night with numer ous searchlight- and th" shore l.ne guarded by ii.' lc a ?pc dal patrol on motor cycles and on ftit, the German iruiser Ihtel Friedrich had niado no ittemtt to sail up to a late hour to night In his cab.n on board the German ship Cipt Thlericisen sat reading i book entitled "The Cruise or the Ala- i liama." It was sent to him by a naval ' I cadet at Anniiistlls The writer likened thu German commander to Admlial Seinnies of civil war fame "Certainly u tlatterlng comparison," ' said Capt. Thlerlchsen He said that he had made no attempt ito sail and did not know w Uen he 1 would do so He ,ild he certainly would not sa'l under the glare of the moon or se.ur blights from Fort'ess ; Monroe and Fort Hoot j "1 saw the Illumination last night and admired It," he said. "I do not hi Sieve it was Intended for mo. The rays were directed towaid Cape Henry and were probnblv Intended for ships vision of ihe luw, but made no comment. Ib.ir Admiral Beatly, commaudliig tini Norfolk Navy Yarn, went to Old ! Point to. night. II Is said lie was called ' to confer with C.I. Ira T. llaynes, com- j inandlng Fortress Monroe, as to the I precaution the American Gnvet nment Is ! taking ag'jlnst the violation of neutrality laws. FortiesH .Monroe Is prepared for any-' thing from the appearance f us guns, and th" activity among Its olllcers and neii, NolMidy will admit Ilia! the Ameri can authorities will attempt to stop the, Ultel Frledrlch If she attempts lo sail,, although that Is the general Itupiesslou In naval iiit bs. Ammunition Is m Its place beside each gun. Hxtra men ntn on guild Inside and out of Fortress .Monroe. Men on furlouglm have bn n I recalled and no liberty was granted to day. Col. A C. Humphreys, Spanish Coimul i it this port, visited tint Kltel Frledrlch 1 to-day on ollhial business, He said dipt, Thlerlchsen intimated that he In-1 tended making a dash for tho sea at the first opportunity Feeling Caused by Public Service Hearing Threatens Explosion Soon Mills and Thompson Jn Open Rreaeh With Whitman. Is Rumored. CLASH OYER DEFINITE CHARGES IN REPORT M.istery was cleared yesterday from tho cryptic appeal which George V. S. Vlllluinn, defending his carer a.s IMibllc Servlio Commissioner, made to Gov Whitman last Tuesday In Albiny to, call two State Smatnrs as witnesses. liver sine,. Commissioner Williams made his dramatic defence In the l'x- j ecutne. Chamber there ha been a buzz of curiosity among politicians ns to the Identity of the two Senators horn he wished to have testify In his Interest and to answer the question whether the Governor had not told a committee of Striatum that he "had not sent them to New Vork to live at the Ulltmore, but to get evidence for our removal." Investigation by The Sun has partly lifted the cloud of instery In the re quest of Mr. Wllllnms. It was said on excellent authority that the two otllclals to whom Mr. Williams referred are ogden I.. Mills of this city and Georso V. Thompson of Niagara. There are two versions ns to thosa things to which Senators Mills and Thompson can testify. Hoth are equally Interesting and reveal nt length the struggle that went on behind closed doors In the tin etlngs of the Public Service, Investigating committee over the point as to whether the committee, should pre fer charges against tho Public Service ! Commissioners of this district or leave I that fT the Governor. I Mini Humors nf Conflict. Humors of a conflict In tho committee I between William llayward, thu Gov ernor's counsel and also counsel to the Investigating body, and Senator Thomp son on that point leaked out from time 'to time. It was known also that Sena ' tor Mills was stanchly opposed to mak ing any charges against the Public Ser ' vice Commissioners under such circum stances as left those men practically no opiKtrtunlly for defence. It Is a fact that Senator Mills declined to concur with his Republican colleagues In recommending that the Public Service Commissioners should be removed from l office. From various sources Infonmtlon was obtained yesterday that the controversy among the members of 'he committed w.in whithir the committee should sim ply report the facts as the testimony I. veiled the situation or niulse charges or neirleet and netllrlenev lli.it was th v point that caused etivsion at meetings In which .-enators Thompson and Mills i were abolutel.v opposed to any such ris-omrmit'l itloiis In the committee's re port. i me version of the quarrels in th committee, and 'if the alleged active In terest of the Governor in the contro versv, was related among one set of politicians ytsterdav. Tlir Sl'N does not assume I sponslblllty for tho ver sion, but pnset.i.s It as tending to throw light on the mvstery errated by Com mission' r Williams s vague request for the .ailing "f two State Senators as witnesses to support him. Wiuilcd Wider Inqulrj. ft, inrv cross that Senator Thomnon a'Hl Senator -Mills were m iavor m loan ing a thorough Investigation of the Pub lic Service Commissions of Isith districts and then of nuking one rejiort to the Legislature coiiiinlng the inbquacy or I'ladequ... y of the Public Service Com nis'loti liw and the fo'ts concerning tne Commissioners themselves They undersioo.1 tint to be the desire of th" leoviiiiot will :i the InvistiKutu B com mittee was appointed As the Investigation proceeded and took more time than was foreseen Col. ll.ivw.ird Is said to have spoken In f ivo" ot a prelltnlu.irv report nmeerning tho Public Service Commission of the Fllst District He is also said to have urged In that report the making 'if detlnlte i liargcs against the Commissioners them selves. Both .senators Mills and Thomp son, it Is reined, stood emphatically out .iL-a'nst such a procedure 1 1, en Gov Wh tman, Tin: srs is in- for.'ind, sent for Senators Thompson nnd; Mills and Col. llayward nml had a long i talk with till-in In Albany, no is sain i to h.iV" n id anotiur .ornerenro wun Mills and Thompson in tuts city, nm i.tmy goes tint lie was emphatic In rie 'nimdlng haste In regatd to a report , loncernlng the doings of the local Public Service ComnilsK.on and to have Insisted upon ca.irges being made by the bgls lator.s against the Commissioners. Mentions 1'nur Coioiolssloiiers, ! Tne siory goes that the Governor tamed the four Commissioners, MtC.ill, Wllb mis, Wood and Cram, against wli nil evidence was wanted It Is hinted tii.it Senators Mllin at.d Thompson ar" the persons who cut! testify as to whe'her the Governor said that ho had not sent tile commlttto to Hvn at tho Blltmor. , hut to git evidence for the re mo nl of Un- Commissi. mers. Selnitnr Thompson ls reported to have stood stoildl) against the, plan of pre feirlng ch.ugcs against the Coinmi tl'iieis, or even making a preliminary tiport. Senator Mills stoad with him, and In the course of the confluence, it in reported, Senator Mills thteatened to return tu the Stale f-'enate and resign as a uii'iubei of tho committee Senator Mills Is quoted as having said either to the Governor or outside: "This Is the Governor's skunk. l"t him eklu , It." The Governor and Col. llayward are ' leported to have been emphatic m their demands upon the legislators concern ing the nature t the teport Unit must 1 be lllo!. Although Senator MUM Is said I to have been appeased at the conference ' the quarrel broke out anew Just after , tho I'ommltlic had tlnlshed th taking of evidence In this city and was hold I lug a secret conferi-nco In Iho Hotel Ulltmore. flush User Dellulle linrges. The Governor's counsel got Into st elaiili with Senator Thompson over iho necessity of making detlnl1 charge against thu Commissioners. Angry word's wero exchanged between tho two I Semator ogden mills. a id Senator Mills '. said u . ne ei tt red t i" discussion backing up Sena i tor Thompson l In the course of that debate the full t"iy of the previous conferences with ; the Governor was repeated with an em ! phat lc statement from Senator Mills I that he would rrslirn from the com I mittee hforo he would sign his name to any charges against the Comnrs I slorers. "What's th" ue of kidding our selves"" Senator Mills Is quoted as hav ing ald backing mi Mr. Thompson. "We know what th" Governor wants and 111 be datnnel If I'll be a party to It " Then Col. llayward Is s.tid to have chlded Senator Thompson for declining U, agtre to the charges, saying "It was at yur stiegestlon that the Gov- ' crnor sent us the Utter asking for a re port on the etllclency or Inetllclency of the Commissioners and now sou decline to answer him " Senator Thompson explained h s ntt -i tude again. Ucc.iuse of the dt'rnilna-i , tlon of the two Senators and thi attitude 1 of the Democratic members of the com mittee, according tj the s.or, ' was ngreed that nothing except a teport of the facts should be -cut to the I.egls I lature and thai a topy of this report should be submitted ti the Governor as mil answer to his lett. r ' Ther wer.- rumors esterday that the ' story of this clash may yet lie tol 1 on I the floor of the Senate In Albany. It has been hinted that there mi be somo llreworks In the Senate Chamber in Al bany when Guv. Whitman sends In his nominations for th" successors to the Public eifrvico Commissioners who are expected to he dismissed from office. However that may lit, Senator Mills was emphatic vesterday In denying that I he had threatened to itslgn from the I EXILE FOR LIFE MA Y BE FA TE OF "TYPHOID MARY" )Tmto&'Fiimo$ Germ Carrier Found by Health Hoard After Violating Parole and in Career M.irJ Ma.loi . known for vears as TV- p'r.old Marc hisMuse, although stemlngly In go-.1 health hrsclf, thrc-e around her bis-ame Infected with typhoid fevor, un been sent back to a lonely little hut i on North Hrorhr Isl'-ind. And Mary I Million she Is ID years old now per- 'haps will be .xmipelled to spend the ' rct of her days there. Hrm Is guilty of no crime . her caerks , glow with health, and Mary Is qtil'e as d'slfous ns any other healthy woman to live ans ng her kind and earn her .living js a 'nol.. But Maiye proenc i In a community means serious Illness, 'perhaps ib ith. "o those with wNau 'li comes in .iinti't. and so tin law has I stepped in to exercise t.s ino- to I make hit a 1 uody prisoner, the com ' forts and happiness of the Innocent i Mary Million hins necessirlly brushed asid" for the good f the many. l l.lherl) Five Yelirs, For five enrs Typhoid Mary has been lilt libirty. For the three jcars preced- . U . .1 .r I,.. .u.. it, t.Vl.pn "" ' l.'iu. .iiiiry was viriuauy a prisoner in tho Island hut to which she has Just been returned. During the the years, pist. during which Hhe has been free, she has worked, so Ilealfh Department I olllclals say, as cook under five aliases, ' so that the law would not llnd her ami send her back to solitude. Mnry fought through the courts dur ing her former Imprisonment for her detention amounted to that in Mary's 1'K'S but always was unsuccessful. Then late In February. 1S1". the Health Department let Mary come back to ! talk to humans again "Come back to life," she put it - on her promise that 1 she would not work ah a cook again ' Not only did Mary break that prom iso, but tho health otllclals believe her backsliding vvas doubly grave, In that s'm nok a Job under one of her aliases to cook In the hloane Maternity Hos pital, ut Amt'terdani avenue and Fifiy lilllth ttreet Thereqpin twtr.ty-flvi) persons In the Institution wero strlii.ci with typhoid tevor. and two of them died. Disappeared After Hplilcintc. Tetn that went made In February by Dr. Norrls I., ngan of the Health De partment at tho Miturull) Hospital during Ills investigation of tin. epidemic rcsiiltMl negatlvel.v in nil liislances when" tho kitchen help were nxamlnisl, i scent In the case of the cook A faint trace of the dlseiiso was found in her case. Befnto action could bo taken sho mys teriously disappeared. Theteupou the Health Department put Inspectors to woik to locate Mary Mai Ion And yesli'rd.i) Health Commis sioner Goldwater announced that Mary hid been found and sent truic to tho Island, to be kept there Indefinitely, per haps for life. Thu Inspectors c.ima upon a house over In corona, Ij. i , a row nays, ago m which Maty was UvlnT. A squad oil i r ll .SENATOR G.L THOMPSON. WILLIAM B. HA.YWA.raO. ' coniiintiee that tue Gov" il made any denitnl. upon 'inn ot upon his col leagins fot tvblen.'e against Commis sion" rs who were named. H refused to discuss the affair. Other Senators dented tliit there was any Intention of bunging the matter up on the floor of th Smite, unless members of the cutiim.ttee thoiisi Ives Coti'iiiiicif on l.i'ihth 'nor. Spreading Disease as Cook. iranhnrv p ii ii ,. i i .lo r linn ,r.,.ed against tmn:,l .limbed into a depart nien' mi mob.lo nml surrounded the house under t.ie riins'tlon ot I.'etit j -'.imue Bel'on 1'iwti ii sld" slrc-et . lurked anot1'"!' autotiioblle 111 which sat I waiting Dr Wi stmorl ind of the Hivilth ' De.irtmi nt anil mine MJlicemen. I When all was ready Sergt. Cone illy i rati g the door bell. There was silen. e He rang again and again, but no sound rnrao from the hou-o A. I id lei was then found and C meaUy climbed to a wimlow at the second floor and p 'kcd his head into a seini-da-k room. Ifiiinr (.iiiirilcij Ii) Dims. V bulldog greeted It. til with sti.il ls unit' v swell f nut the shadows. The sharp notes of I tOX terll"- helo.il tne i h'lllenge. D w :i Ihe 1 older line tile - rirealit disi'eellv and pioctireil s one p'tves of me. 1 1 Cote ally and Ihe dogs T'n n 'ip'P S. rg'. culled t fuendly truce Hut as the otlleerti climbed into thi j room oc up'.eil bv the ii ivv frletidlv dogs th imitlli il sound of a slamming door' In a room l-evtoid showed lb it Mary .Million w is not to go into life sol'.tud" without mak ng an effort in stav in Imp, world of peopi. . nd to some nf tho olllcers i. line the recollect Ion that, to! quote Or liiiii-v A Sope- H report on I tin detetir.oii of .Marv In If1"", she had ; ai Ihe tlmi ol lict ariest in trie n "se veie struggle'' against the live olllreri sent to take her away, "in which slut showed r"tn likable lioilll) strength and nglltty" when cornered arwr having Jumped a fence to ccare Atnl so tne ollliers last l-'iidav w.re ivpec'ant of trouble. As the w.nt Innn room to m un tho mullleil door sl.iiiuiilt.g wis alw.i.Vs Just a room ahead of Ihitn , At last they pushed open the door of a bathroom and found a niwuii .roucl,!"g tlnn S'v told tNin tin. .11), Ihev- i-.iy, Ihit she Marv Mall. n. tlls(or) of Mud's nse, It Was in lee winter of pin a nat wh.'"' look'ng Into t'.e Mtisn 1 ir. Sop, r, of a tjphn summer at I epidemic ot the pr'VtollS n.vsti'i Hay, cmie n!...ii trail of t)iiliold infeilon tan iln.iliv bl lo M.uv The trail na"'ieil Pick v. ard to c.ise.i of typhoid in 1 o'l at the '.cine if llinr) Gllncv a' s i a'.s Point, 1.. I. whin1 four of seven .-er-v.int.- the house beside- Mary sip!. detlly g' I 'he llbe ise Dr. Sopi , went r.irlhii ba .. nrol lc.ll'tasl th.it the Weeks after .Mat) Had gotm tu took at the summer I ie of J Coleman Diav'on at link llarlmr, Me., In 1 SKI J, seven out of lime persons in the household eontiacteri tvphoiri, and so did a lr.iln.il nui so and a woman ' who eanio to tlm house to work In tho la. .Nl.u'j 's detentiiiii mi .N'ot't ii Broiher Island for thtee en if fnlloweil. She loiiulit !)! liiedom b.v mi' ins of habeas col pus pun eedlngs lli.'n tune til tiliu, but without -ui'ce-f .Some iroiitl's latter the Health 1 epo tlllel,' let In" I'll, 1 In I'll" she .itinonni isl thai hhe Intended ' to bring a d image suit for feioini I against lhi tily for In Ing held a nris. 'oner, but hci lawyer, "Horse FranciH j , O'Neill. IS said lo hive co'ivi'n d her, t'ult she ii. il ro '.Ul"e for a'l'o'i ipabip the law i Wliil. s i "ii he isa i i "io a man n l,ll' -fig ,.M II wean II ' tier ' to Dr D irll iBton, 'hen Health Com nls- sloner, in wi" h ),o offered to marrv Typhoid Mary If slm woul l havo ir. 1KB msm?m ARMY OF CZAR MAKES SWEEP INTOHUNGARY Pours Through Carpathian Passes and Occupies Much Territon. PRESSES 2R MILES BEVOND FRONTIER .Onward Dasli Follow Des perate Fiilitini' in PtiU la Pass Region. LAST OF AUSTRIAN RESERVES IN ACT FOX Russian Force in Galicia Also Make Advance Near Tarnow. M MM.xnv or Tim w.n m:wi. Petrograd reports thur the Kus.-ian armies are over the (laiiclun line Into Hungary nml are driving the Austrlun before them. The fighting in thin section has 1-een of (l desperate nature. In Poland nnd on the other front everything remains qulei. Thu Queen Kllzjibetli, Grout Dritain'.s huge Mipcrdreadnought. !-i bombard ing tho forts In the Itanium lies, from the Gulf of Snros There Is siild to tv) a panicky feelinc In fnns'antlnnple and Influential men lane petitioned the Sultan to mike pence. Tho French have made Importan' advances lti th" Vosgcs, which are coiictiled by the German clllcl.il re port. They have captured Hnrtinannri wellep Knpf. fir which there hn.s ben heavy llirhtlng far weeks. Tho commander In chief of the Aus trian Third Army Corps has .".rrlvod nt Trieste and trenchea (ire being dug. All preparations aro being made tr I guard against an attack by th Italians. IIUXGARY IXVADE1) TIY RUSSIAX ARMY Cilr's Victorious Troops sitrt', Tlirouub n rpn I Ii In n fusses. 'n,i; ''abl' l)iUri in Tin: St s Pi!TI'.0(,i:ap, Mardi .7 -Th.. Itusf a i armies are well ovi r t'm Gall-Ian lino Into Hungarv. ' It'enforred nnd tlmulitr1 bv the ' prestige of vi-'torv the forces of the P:i , have swept the Austrlans ah' id of the since March I'.l, until they liav i, vanced forty-five k'loim-ters itwentv ' eight miles) south .Hid east of tl e D'ikl . 1 Pass Into tho lluiigari.n. .veinty o S.irtif, and south of a line betwt t t.up kiw Pa's and I'zok the) Live (tilne I tvvnty-flve kllomereri (sixteen rnllesi The Husidau lino as It stands to-nljrr according to firlvate deKpatches t. c angular, the ap' resting on Dill' Pass, one line extending south oral ei tnwirri l.'jok and the other lln, exte: i Ing almost du north thro igi. Itartfr. to Kperins m th Kjeko' Vil'i j mil the nelchborhood of Tnt-Itas.-I tvic. . Below them Is the 1'iitH.ita t tow- . Kassu, beyond which the jlaie- ! et-iti I Th" general otfeus't." "' l!it!t ::i 'ho Carp ithl. ins has b iagutist the desperate fislt'f I Mistrlnps, who hue brought ! last reserve-, but th v canno IC iopll -n of tt up l"'. 1 li'.p I fur' nv Th- T'u'i'a ot . his'K- the momentum of r fir.-es toward tho plains i he.ivv lighting bfgai '.r M.irci S3, tho Hussiii stion Austrian cohi't"i dlris-tion of Kurn Tne on tr.o Makovicz.i Mir t::i e the Aus'rlans. 1,. i. ip i il'ac g 1 'VM.g I'I ' Mg! o 'U". 1 ii'.- I'..r . i e -ii .r o I': i me positions, held their the Huss ans att ic, thy vv re b atei, oft The fight, 'lowrve the Austrians and t on the tulloAirg I Invaders stretihed n Kperies and bevoi ri took Sovar, s'.ll ' 'llils Is a iti-ist Imp .' because It s the .it Dukla Pans In t o . liabled th" ttus tire Into the Atlstr. i' OA , I f tinn v n l.U til 1 1 lie 1 nr ha: -t-.lt' Uic I to res I. a, .. -- w ho WIT I ' ' I ' s vto'in- to tho east tow a, I tains The rmi- davs ..f 1 tie. islvi g il 1 i Is mot d i''o is ' have lost e.iv.v Is extreme!, c u ! tiri n.et.t ' the .- . CMS' IX W'h'OWIXA. UiissIh ns (be llsoili;i I'rnlll, I" t o.lrliin. It i port . (e Tl ' ' prttll .1 LoMPoS, Mo Vance thtougu Uie plains of I. 1 . t ie I .l"i Hung ii i-1 cult, Ml 1', col ding to ii spat and other point Although a f Collie UP t'l O'el Muscovite mi.) . Its line and iow r porta nt passes f "iki. i ll l!.ok. At tie s ll which bus '"! ' line eat of Cr.. tble pmg c. lt, iii-i I t i lie , .! g Field Mars i' withdr.iw eg i.itterel A ir o - nt en pi