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I ONE YEAR OF THE WAR.
I THE WEATHER FORECAST. Probably .fair to-day and to-morrow; rtitfderate temperature. Highe&t temperature yesterday, 79; lowest, 61. Detailed ifrntltftAtuUl And. marine reports on past' 13. A complete and accurate historical review, touching upon all phases of the struggle, in THE SUN next Sunday. VOL. LXXXII. NO. 329. PRICE TWO CENTS. NEW YORK, MONDAY, JULY 2(, 1915. VopyrigM, I91B. bt, the Kun Printing and P11MI31I11, ,l.otl.illoii, GERMANS SEE BRITISH HAND IH NOTE OF U.S. "Tunes Zcilmif;" Says Docu ment Is I'litnoiHlly and I'niiontral. NATION BACKS WILSON. WILSON POLICY ! IS UNDERGOING ., GREAT CHANGE DKKIXITK. COKKtiCT. IS OKKJC1AL VIEW President Hrrelrm Meniir of Approval From All (lunrtrr. Consult. N, II., July 23. -Storm of telegram. lme tcnch',1 Ptcsldent Wil son nt Ms summer homo here expressing enthuilnstli! npprnvnl of the note to tier many a thd fln.il statement of thl Oovernmcnt's poiltlon !n regard to sub marine warfare and the sinking of the I.U'ltnnh. ' j The me.ssngf come from all section!. ' JlOVC 101' AUCllUlltC DCICllCCI of the country, Indicating Hint the mm tone employed In the nolo hin Hie ap proval of His nation. The messages are encouraging to frtemlit of the President, who had attached Importance to report of lukewarmnc; In certain States. TWO VIEWS OF EASTLAND, OVERTURNED IN CHICAGO RIVER ""P HIS pli'tiiri. taken Kliortly nfler the neeltlent, shows the excursion hunt l.vlnc In !tlMint twenty feet nf water, n of her screws npponr ln In the right rorcgrotihil, whore ttlso nto tints mid launches Hint litiiiieil to the roeue. In tlu bitekgroiiiul I the ClurU Ktroot hrldKu nml, Just liplovv. nt the side, one of the Hri-bonts flint nnsworetl the tlrst nlnrm. The police, (lioineii mid other rescuers nt work on the shle of the vessel brought out the ilea.! through hole cut In the steel phi It and cnrrled them to the dock across the deck of the llrehont, which Is nt the how of the Ktisthiiiil, shown In the upper right hnnd corner. Ilelow Is u view of the F.iistlntnl tnkcii trom In front of the how. BULGARIA WITH TEUTONS? Most Important Shift of Administration. Ciiim rntlon With Turkey Sinned, lull Term rr ot Yrt Known. fprrfat Cab'r Dfupalch lo Tint Six. London, July 23. The S'ofla corre spondent of the Times telegraph that the convention tedlng to Hulgnrla the Turkish portion of the Dedeagatch rail- BKYAX'S DEPA11TVHK A DECISIVE FACTOR Wasiiinoton, July 23. KvenM hav j been crowdltu In upon Washington so rapidly In the . laiit few months that It has not been gcnernlly realised what Kreat changes, have taken place In the way was signed at Constantinople on I attitude of the Wilson Administration. Inly i toward many matters of the highest Im- ' Tho correspondent does not under- portaucc. 1 stand that the agreement Implies any The President's promise, announced political engagement on the part of Hill- yeteiilay, that he will give caicful con garla or that It hinds her to neutrality slilcratlnn o the needs of the naval or even to the permission of passage of and military establishments affords th" contraband to Turkey. The llutgarlan most recent nml perhaps the most strlk (I ontlcr will coincide with tho course lug example of the extent to which the of the Mnrltza Hlver, the territory west Administration has discarded notions thereof becoming Hulgarlan. with which It was Imbued when It came Commenting on this news, the Timcn Into power. 1 Is not able to believe that the arrange- It has long been well undeistood here' ment docs not carry with It political con-1 that President Wilson manifested only fiiMf tfritch In Tub Sc. AMFTtRtAM, July 25. Tho r.crman r.nnupcis print to-day what Is ap pirrnlly an Inspired Interpretation of the latest American note to Hermany. "T.e noic Is correct In tone," eajs tills dm anient. 'Viiil conforms to the ameni ties i -' a! Ikiwciii States, but at the .vie . in1 it is definite." 1' -,i,M'. .iimriit and linger over the Utcti Ann. item note arc txptessed by t i .its nt the Herman newspapers. 1e t i.ted States l accused of tgror l.igiitrtn.u ' struggle for existence and if f.vvorl..g llernian's enemies. Aston-i.-nn.eM Is expressed at thu American reluJ.H ii ronslili-r the (ierman sugges t.oa for compromise, and It Is declared t i- ne:a-n friendship Is desired but . . ' .tod-ire licit er. ! llr.ttone. and thinks that It clearly u lukewarm Interest In the army and , , ii. not humiliate herself further by m.iKii concessions, aral alllrin that t in ii. m warfaic must coMlnue. T ie ri'r XrUunp, an extremely rr.. tannic piper, says tho note Is r.eu.ier fi lendly nor necessary to Anicr Ka' mtcrtftt and could not hac been i r- Mil in a spirit of ti no neutrality. In .1 Icr to hluiato Oermain s enemies ficm a sii'iiiatliif warfare which Is co..train!y damaging- them, t-ays this ; I .per. fie n to makes a dlpla of prln- ! tij . licrmany'a pracicil and concil iatory nronisnls arc rejected. The Indicates a tacit understatriing between the navy, and was Inclined to ngard Turkey, Hulgaria and itcrmmy. It Is them as the two branches of (!oern highly Improbable, the Times says, that n'etit to which It would be necessary Turkey would make such large conces- for him to gle the least attention. They ilons without the certainty of political figured hardly at all In his scheme of gains. thlius. as disclosed by his messages land addressf in the first two jcars of his Administration. The President's change in this regard, as well as In respect to other govern mental matters. Is attributed here chiefly to his contact with hard, unyielding facts nnd to a belter appreciation of piactlcat necessities There l. however. SUBMARINES ACTIVE I AGAIN; SINK 6 SHIPS: papsr concludes with the lemaik that , , Two StcaillCl'S, OllO Frolicll mill Br.;, ah Influences at Washington nave le'.dm been to evident as in this case. If Hct many accepts the American ttai Jpollit it means the death sctKcnce tn submarlnn activity, for obviously no mercantile ship will travel without American pariicngcrs." One Nritish, and Four Truwlers Day's Total. another factor that has counted In the j change and that Is the elimination of I the Hrjon Influence. Announcement Well Timed. The timing f (he White llti-e state ment on national defences so that It teached the public on tho day after the I President's note was presented In Her...... ... .. . . . -mr t (receipt In- Herlln of the third American in as the Inst Instance that Is being Willie Al'gUmenlS Oil MOllOn 101' iNeW ll'ial Afe Made Sreeinl Cnhte A)npilrA la Tar Sr. London, July 25. Coincident with the 1 - lll.iuiilnr.llfllll.' j nwir .lie vciiimii .lui'llirti linn. ll.u Tlie Tosslscic Mtunv says; . I been Inactive recently, resumed thlr TUB refusal to accept (.crmanj 8 1 warfare )n ,!r,,h waters to-day. sinking irictlcal proposal to protect- Amcilcan () n( VfMf)(t p.isrciigcr.i shows an ansoiuie i.irix m rtJiimcss to umlemtand the Herman 0, or view The principle that bel- , " " " J "' '; '" . ." " 1 reil strenstn ot uis i oie u. oshinimi. July ' - .. . . .. ,iu i r riiiH'r iv r'-v.iiiiiut .i nn in'tinrn ny u . t,i,i .ln.Mi.l llnoll wnai with imi k hi .stiont States must jiruieoi '-"' i!,m,iiL sulunarlnn In the North Sen. ' . , a.,.,.i.-...ln.. nf erl. I "'CKer s nttoriieys I cited of the President's disposition to i meet facts III a practical way. There Is no doubt here that those I Cabinet members whose. advice. has Been . I rons'.stently In accord with the Presl- ' dent's views on the submarine It-suo i the Hrlilsh steamship Klrth. hound from . f'1: ' ' . 7 u Ste b, O.vmany I A despatch fiom Ahi-rdeen states that ilnninniitr.ltlotl Of Orl- t " 1 ,lll,"M I ll..,ntl.' U' .r,1uti l..l.nu,i hau l.n sary lo tmpha-, morrow minnlng Heroic .iutnc t orn in .llreeled to -end the giiards In ehnige of iiestuers of the Siipteme Court their motion for a I the death hout-e on Juii" 20. when Mur the offloial an- , , ..... ,. , i., ...... ..I... l,i 1(..,.k..r hnnl hl ..vtil.nee. .i... ..f ilw. ..I. w ll l.ll, w IUI.-I1 is nimrr ! I..-' i - , - . time of the I tesl- i to see IMs'.rlct Attorney l'erk'.ns to.tnor . " ..' ,h . itliens ccttlnir trawler llrlton. The Admiralty In . dent's deep Interest In Hie bircngineii- w ins ir ..nn, . (w M, iV u-,m.ln llt,.nrwed s...7. .,rnt,.ilon u Im- confirmlne thfl latter reiort announced , lug of the national ilereiu-e. going his early preparntlons tor in.' eiec- jj ,,,!, v yr.tl.rd:iv In Albany he oh- , ",'u"'"" ' that the skipper was killed when the A little Incident In connection wun t ie i tr(t o)lalr tallied an admission from Murphy that e ..iti .i.i i it inn iuiiphl . - - - 11 .nui nuii iunn ,i it wou' l mcin ubdlcatlon) 's,or 'h ro,v wr" ';,m,e? al l?r' ou- li-tentl is was nece i...te i is true that bel- ",otl' Th,'s' ""rtid that four of the , n.rlln the eat t n utral State. ru'V..w.i I crew had been killed. I Unitn.i States. Hence Stf. ,",ala1 ,,s'do ei The ., me despatch reports the loss of nouneement at ll,N .J ;,0rl1wVC'for every i elllgerc t! 1 marl.,;. Two'members of the crew ,lrft of the Administration. i'resldent At Just anout ,ne in ne . . - y ,,,; r-'efe who .oiider mi dl lc H ths wtre Injured, while fle others are be- , Wilson's authorisation to Hen. I'unston Cockran will be hi suing In th- Supreme , vllU.,)cei (Mm.,,,ly) g,me mto , , thin does liiteniatlon il law sup- Heved to have drowned. The two In- to ifturn any tire across the tiorder ut'Cllurl p.-ik. r will be led from his cell j tlu. ,,.ath housi. with some entertainers i i t... enomv The war on land has , Jured were taken to Lowestoft ho-pltal. Naeo was u mw which eight montns ago; ,n tu, ll(,l(tl ,lwle for a lMtll , of ,,. ju,UH lfare league and had I t . Kii v' thai icstrlctlons arel Tho trawler Perseus struck a floitlng the President was wholly unwilling to i ...,.....,,......,, tm, ,,.,,, .j exehaliged a few wordi with Hecker rs I person who "ci na within mine In the North Sea on Saturday, ac- take, though at that time persons werc W h I" he Is bathing all the small com ( n th u 1 ' ; " , i!L i.,!!. . ;hi, t .lesnMrh from (Srlinsbv. I being wounded almost every day on the forts lie has been allowed to keep In his . f.11,rrl,..illors ,..,-,. grouped at one NVtitiul shins sal tig between , Scotland, me nanae was auacKeo dj l.4utiiig battleships run the risk of two submarines. The crews of the trawl-1...-.Z ".it bv shells and also of being, ers say that one of the underwater truil. bv mines. The submarine's only . craft was sunk by means of bombs and in.lrum. ni ;ii lolticdoMi. B""S nreii iro n llir u.in.r.n (,uieu I""". ".' ... . " , . ... . ' ..... .!., ta nf the tin.'. I .. ...n. I.I- fMiuililn lien. I ...I , 1 1..!. ..11 l Time risks his Hie without me ,mi ten memoers 01 ine iti-iv irnie iihi.aiiimun . - ct-ii ,nui t"- m""" " " " v..... . 7-0"P.r I "... ' .;i nn...t i.,..' i n- ,,.. i. lon.urt Iti-cent sh fts In and appointments to ,. ... hu ,imi ,i,.,. .MUr,i ,.uld have spoken lo proicciiuii iiuiu ,nn nwint t th(. mplotnatlc posts have denoted ' V . l fr.m ,e . t 11 woulrt llilv, bce" I ' iw.aine ,No is true of naval war- ,Kn" to-dy another change of mind n the part of mattress .will be taken mm " '" lln,,sible for bin, to have held atij 1 liie atnc also is irue or navai bllllnii President Wlton. Tlise. In connection tl. steel "hanked shoes w hlch he has been rx,..,,., omversatlon without attrnct- la" T th? I i Vr ffi t'uvZ'AnX'S with notable change ... the State Ue-' ,,, , wtMr a,0 ,1C ,.,nove,l. ( log the attention of the guard, XU,TU is free for peaceful , was , sen, down off Cy Wrath, which . juxtment XZrZ hen he returns to his ,el. he will , li . nut naval iiaiucs aiso uise inalo loin, , . . .. ............ ,, ,,... ,., .Ii,v,..rviMiC find it empty exc.pt ror ine roi. .An.,,. (..,(.,.ral, K.1VM ,,.. , rlp,H.m,or, 1H12. , Democrats" ate exclusively fitted tor of black, prison made ani. prep.uru i" i in wnai ne nan nearn 10 amwan bundling problems In connection with , , , ,,u. , wlH t. walling for hltn ; Wnllnie. a llrooklyn real estate man fnrnlirn ndatlons .. . .i ...a . .v.ir nf ntv UK ii term for foiger. Wallace foreign nlations. a wh,t(i bl.u,u nml p.ur of, ueKtlotted on this point. felt slippers will compoc tlie rest of Kalher Curry also visited the prison m-iiay wun inemoers oi ine su. jiiii"" -.mm - war ... - - i CHICAGO DEATH LIST NOW 1,478; Jil,002ARESAVED Out of a Total of 2. MM) Pns- , sellers 5(i;5 Arc Vn acconntcd For. CHIMIXAL ACTION IS EXPECTKI) SOON State's Attorney Hoyne Says Federal Inspection Was Itemiss. DIVEKS A HE STILL GETTING BODIES Hurricane Deck of the Ves sel Keeps Many Victims Imprisoned. DEATH GARB FOR BECKER AS LAST FIGHT GOES ON To-day Prisoner Will Be Prepared for Execution Must Eat With Spoon Hereafter.- ' 2.-. Willi :ir upholding Charles hi taken to court within two hours from in. li" una i onto is iccciveu . ... MAYOR M1TGHEL PAYS PRESIDENT ORDERS FINE FOR SPEEDING , EASTLAND INQUIRY DETAILED FIGURES ON THE DISASTER Ciiiraro, July 2.". 1'lgurcs given out by the Coroner's office to-night make the probable number of dead In the Kastland steamhlp disaster 1.S2S, Figures In detail follow : Total on board, 2.4i0. Total passenger list, 2.10S. Total crew. 72. Bodies recovered, 915. Idcntltled, TS1. CnldentineW. 134. Known rescued, 1,002. Known missing, ."Sit. ('iiicaiio, July 23. Chicago, stunned by the blow of the listlanil disaster. Is groping to-night among Its un ciaimpd dead In efforts to Identify Din Meantime Federal, State nnd munic ipal olllclnls nre landing their -nergles to ascertain the cause of the calamity and to tlx il.e blame. State Attorney lloync declares thit I the Federal Inspectors were lax- and 'that a lar-e part of the responsibility rests upon them. I'nl ed Slat s Dis trict Attorney Clyne Ii taking step.s to icarn whither or not th ir.rpt torn were remiss. Coroner Hoffman Is determined to bring the steamship olllclaw before his court for examination. So far mi add. tlonal arrests have b.-en n.adi. The lirltlsh steamer Firth, of 4n6 ,, ,, m.- .tons, was commanded by Capt. W. Paper Hell...'. .N.',,lrnlll . ! Wright and owned by C. It. Davidson "T'lote who demand that Hermany ' & ( I ousel omlmt tho war according to, tn- .i d down by some academic pro- t s1- i pect i,cr ii, r subm v .ir. which means tlie weakening f wireless of Siipposril Ship In Dlt ma ij in the interest of her enemy, i T' i nit neutrality, but partifcanshlp ig i vt liermauy. Atlimtic City Mulcts Mini $3 !?in Js (lie FmiuI Cliariri1. Crlnilnnl I'ltllueiii'e Deelnred. The situation Indlcati'S that there may soon be prosecution for i rlmlnal ' nC'Khtence. Chief of Police Henley . . said to-day: .MlllilStntlC DlH'i't ( Olllllieire I-urtlU0llt -There is no doubt nl...ut a criminal to Sl'C if Inspection I.UWS ; enrelessness in this (ii"e ' AiTiirdlng to steam"hli men thu Were Violtilt'd. ATl.NTtr i'Itt. N .1.. July 2f, John , llrnu's (iiilni; Ihr tirrnlest. I.I.. nn.t.l.,.r Hut th greatest single change in the ' . ' ... .,i, .... it,i cini, who nlnved the Sing Sins Administration came as the lesult of thd When he puts on me s..i.... ,..,.., , ' ' ... t , -. ,n i. tilmlniitloii of the Hryan Influence. The'monow thu right trouser leg will not 1(.'r i.r'ry vistl.d linker, but refused , Pi.rroy Mllehel. himself a frequent effect of the retirement of Mr. Hryan Is ,M j,ul j,t beforu he Is to be cxe- ( d!scus th vl'lt on the ground that ' lecturer on the subjcit of reckless driv- now Hooker s spiritual unviser anil liy iinuflVurs, early to-day was ar- b some neadttne pro-, in? A Ml AT TTRE ISLAND I dilll 1"'CI"1,,K "lor1, apparent and the! , , outcoim, of he Is nov Serniany either to en- SOS MJiAttUAliltti- iSliAWJJ M1!Uter , n()W (B openly commented. tu"1' lr 1 ul '' ' ..., .... it would larlnes or to give up this lot 1)y ,,Kh om0iM, one of these of-1 the present situation, a guard will .nt be a violation of his relations decker to talk about him. i'oiinihii. N II, July 2.V Piesident Wilson Is taking the deepest Intel est In the living of lesponsllilllly lor the ills, aster to the steamer II.iHtlaud at Chi- ralgncd before Magistrate Soiilnitner on i yesttrday After reading the re- "We Urnw to-dav Hint the passengers (of ' ic l.usltauia) could have been f.iv. J. hat that they were neglected tlclals acknnwiedged to. Hay that he was I .1.., t.'g un to the kneo for the adjust- k.,.,,,,,.1 n.nnes. condemned to die fori the charge of having exceeded uiiii.n -1 i,rt f t. Kro,lt H nf f,. i ,ia, Ires JIr Out. J,1Ht beginning to realize now tlie nrjan; nu.lt of pjrl 0f the chair's ciiulpiiient. the murder of Mis. Harris, will also bo , light tulles an hour will i tin- wn ni ,m,tnlng'H newspapers he wired orders ' preene peiiiii-uini , i",wb , ..,, t ...in ..nt,..- tho death executeii on wonnesiia.v niuiiiiiiK. 11 At antio C tv n Ills touring car. I ne rnc wireless oiieiuioi .it nir .p...,,,. ( uom.nalisi me Aitmin rii.iiion, piCKen up an w r. . , ...t.,, ' ,.,.. ...'.",, u'." ... "i.l'i ... i .ii.....ttv i..mI,i, tin. door of Hooker's o'clock last night, hut before he could e" '" "" 0, considered egrets their death, but she ' K l"c iianiu u! iiiwumi -r , ,hp .mtonal defencu had ho not had necessary lo nave a spm-iai .... 1 n consiifticc, and has no reft- supposed to be sending the signal the lu h Cabinet a man who was express- Decker; two guards al a nine wire ion- 'o ,1 v.'iiiinnv.i of the conduct of her I .. i.,.im nf th. aenrler cave out. Flro ' loir In the Commoner keen satisfaction sldeted enough to wnti.ii in iwniij . e commanders. ,hB m..H,aKC broadcast. Tho 1 at tho war the Administration and Con- fi "S O H" about D tla An extra glial d will elite.' Many are now saying that the Presl- house to-tnortow morning to uki; ma NIXON PLANT DOUBLES GUARD. '' g American passengers a dellb- turn relayed It to fnr distant points. ' a unfriendly act. While llermany i f ' ,s glud to respect American r'' .-hp, she has conceded everything ' ! conceded. One bit nioro rt ' "ii.s.di.ttd liiimlllatlng by tho run urn. whoso armies have been Vl ' r oi ai tho baltliiielils lu tho a ,ii the west." T I sncl falls I , n h 1 lit ii t ii. u Warship. ' hi iier defends the alnklng of 1 . i a. which It tonus a war s.ijs that a different coutse t :! mod toward a warship at,. Americans ate on board. i"ej(iijiox( declares that the v-s the Herman proposals aside tts author "lifts his linger , and t'niisldcr that an es - r i wa of emabllshlng his ' tittut) says : ' dues ii. t disclose the slight " ! any Justice tn the C!er '" 'it, it it. j olntlnately clings f il i'hl of Ametlcans to Hr i Kh ships without peril M th'M- .ships carry bombs and v iii rie.'i. tlietefore, through Its ni l aiant free ptssagn of con Hi,.'t lit Haiti. This Is not ' ii the most absolute parti v e ,i me know what Oer r, nl , hut w ate confident i , n'l ntueiit will not abandon 1 ' weapon." ' 1 1 ,i rliuni) says it regrets 'imp! Hi (I to say the nolo Is tisf.ii toty one and that "ono 1 1" feeling that tlm shadow I idands bolilnd It." The truly 'lings of Hermany for the ,ies inn put to a hard test especially by the last para newspaper san. 'intids oti the letter of the i ulti hr nef.seieitc H iys, "but ' . i I'lj i lo IhiKland, which spirit. Hermany gavo t-'oml advlco when she warned k ' n il i inning into the danger Austrian Dlsctinrwril nml Other Toulon Are 'loi'l Wntrhnt. Mktuciien, N. J July 25. Joseph Cochkata, employed as a general utility man at the guncotton manufacturing plant of Lewis Nixon, was discharged yesterday when It became known that he was tin Austrian reservist, that he had been trying ever since the war .........i ... .rut 1,'ir.k tn tho nlil enuntri' i,,.il,.r I... wim reoenllv to those WllO have lieetl .. ens.',! from the Middlesex county jail ' earnestly hoping and working for after having been cliargeii two fires In Metuchen and port, Conn. Recently there were i i. ihr NT1 vnn ill it lit situated In n dense wood, Is not fenced . son taking Into account many vita facts and can be approached so easily that but that he- Is also showing a dlsposl extra guards arc on duty night and day. j Hon to accept gu dance and counsel It Is known that n large number of Aus-1 from those supposed to know most nbout yX " 1 " "'H .nvesilgatlon ZL, enturo in a pou..- .".ii tetmliie If any violations of the steam- smiled when State .Motor Vehicle In- J ,., , ,. nvhHll , spei'lor tsnitlll tesiiueii uiai un- .u un .Mayor was driving had annihilated the -'speed limit. Mr- Mitchel did not deny the iilleiratlon. i "Mo In Mayor of New v. orn, was the national i im ernnieiit has ample Juris- I.lstH. t A.tornev Perkins was hard e ""! r'M,T.. '"' ''f "'""' illction lo btlng ah,,,,, ,l,o p,l,.nt I.. tU. ArhiiliiUlcillnli oiiilllntlU BUIl'llnlllrs "It t'liihicit on .. t , ... nn. iimi uil.ln I. . . I.. u 1 1 1 I V, 'no rf i iVo ' ft it 1 1 1 1 v iti nil 1 1 ( k fo.ul wilt 'ill bf cut un for t work from early ye-tenlay mornitiK i "vil, tho usual liail in urn ilnllurs," , ' " ,,,, i,IK,. Snce'ThSn y wds'r,,.;!: MTmIVZZZbu2 until late las, night preparing his op- the cur, said "but In ...his Instance! The President's message to Washing- :."..l .1 Mr. lire,.,. All thl r. ...,!l tune lo out it all With .1 SPIIOtl, ,,!, !,, tn the 11 1 TllmelltS of Charles WO will tClllICO it to llM- . , ,,,mi.d Urgent lll-t filet lllll tlhlt the '"i"11""" ' : '".".. "'.". . . .. " . . "Thmik von." answerou .Mayor ,,t ,,r it,., t imrti,,.i .,r i'.... ,,..,..... unit orrieiuts i t'liiess ine court aiKiniiviu iu-ni,,i i u i,,.....,.. i ti... mur ml. i.enrn ... .. , , . - . .. ......... , . . ,,...j..r. ,,, rt . M ,,.n . IM III' I 'our Inmates of the death house, but i'ro dent Wilson considers the fur-""".' . ' , , ,,," .,, i I Kress were making to keep down ap-. during these last days, oi wiuui oi ipedomg of lirltlsh warships' "ronmn nuv ..". proprlatlons for battleships and troops, two run nays remain iU, ,., ,,.- Many things were left undone, even den Osborno Is taking tho usual pre cautions ,o stand the deln . PERKINS IS READY. District Unirnex ef le 1'ri'inirliiur In Op pose flecker. the keeling over of the steamer. iim Pieildetit is convinced thai excursion the stralnt has now been lifted lidmll tnai ine cnange is neing reueeieu taaes an uiu-.pei i--1 iuih, .,,,,.. t t.div haiinlly In tho way In which the affairs chair will be tested Tuesday morning. " of certain iiepartnieius are running. SlroliKer Policy In Nlicht. Hventa of the last few tnonths- .A.l..A..t ,.f Mr Itrv.'in the l:IMt I ,. . ' vviirdeii's olllce. so the world will not previous "1V:. 'e.' r.L:;;nn ,V .l...n ; Lav.- t.. wall for news of the death of n.ost of the day In their olllces at the ....... ....... -. --.--,., ..M, , ,.-i, i, , i', ,11,1k I Iii 111 nir. The name of tlie executioner Is with- Numerous conferences took place lllU,rs held, but he and his helper will examine among the District Attorney anil ms as the electric arrangements carefully. A hMtants, Ilnyal II, Weller, James A. Mitchel, as he handed over the green- ....... .iu,i.. imesturailoti with nil nnssi. back "Can you keep it out of the ... , . . . ,,.. ..f,,...,,.,,,. .., I The Mayor added that Mrs. Mitchel sje..ri.t ., v (,f ft al not been ftellt.g well and in. that ; J,,..,, .... th. I number of telegraph wltes have been ),delianty and William Johnsione, who ist I iisl "'rung to a tool liouo close to the ,aVo all been Identified with Pecker's 1, " ' warden's olllce, so tlie world will not previous tights for life. They spent have already given a great stimulus me pro; i i i lonir anil x" ''- - be had accoum no was iiuiiiiik vi nriivu in j the Marlborougti-lileu.ie.m Hotel Tin Mnvor was given a leceptloii . to-day in the hotel by his aciiialnt ances. wiio were diligent in Ituiutrlng 1 the sensation of being a defendant In i v ork. from Kdwin I' Sweet, A"Slst:tnt ominerie, tli.it the IVd- ad had begun rtielr WILSON'S CONDOLENCE. Mr. Perkins would not disclose which , n Magistrate's court. Jokingly Ii to l,ti.v.v. un-il. ..il wit M il u:iluti,t MAlittlnn ihn Win a P.iHo in.lin V wun 105 ing stronsn i".;.h "";'"' ";:,''. will 111 snugly. Tuesday night Father nosslblllty that Itobert C one in hi nine- . . " '"."'' ",; Cmr.. i,.,.ker's spiritual adviser, and i,f the appeal bureau, vv i ti, HoldB tioie nr.. .nn. Father C.islilii. tlie prison chaplain, will the District Attorney two llljsiernilin il"' " '". ...... - . , , . . ,.,, .. ., VV'ei neailnv ..f ,ti,..nU ulll lilllid e 'rim niunt is vincen IIIUI IIUV win. ,r. . ..r., .. 11- I'reililenl Send 11 Mesmige Mil or 'l'lioiiipiiii. Cilli'.vuo, July 2r. President Wilson has telegraphed a message of condo lence to Mayor Thompson of Chicago trlans and Hungarians and a few Her mans have been employed, eiulte a few of whom havo been discharged recently. The others are under close surveillance. tho technicalities of their particular sub ject. That tho President's national defend !ri'nV,",'i' "'i',,"' f!'."' 1 nnounccment yesterday Is. however. In TI t. t he nly the opening gun of what Is likely , "' i C' '.J.'"'' ? V clipped clo-e, but not shaved, so tho 1 of tho three assistants would present torled . "It seems that the iollce of New mere is a , Jersey urn busy In tint summer season Taylor, head increasing the levenuo to keep the toads ho represented in good condition and that they real- he fore tho Court Izo they must secure all tho money lliu liroHfeu inej i nn .iiiiiiih ii (-,-.,-,,, t.r, 1 r't...i... V, ,u 1..1I.... L morning several hours before the time tlon. 1,1 b"1 "iileh revenue In lie had from "" set for llecker's death, which Is rm,-. ,a!.t night Jack Hose appeared and the tourists ill oilier nines. 1 am -in- "i""" mim-i-ai 1- A. M. 1 iiulHlied the Interview with Mr. Perkins. The Mayor has ( concluded he will ! (1i,.s of the people of the eoiintrv m e- Pecker will make his lant confession 1 which was not completed on Saturday. '""ever do It again, its be iinderMaiiils n ir()fuil s.v uipathv and 111.11 ... 1 1., v.,,, inrivi' Attntner visitor was iiepuiy vvurueii 1 ,.u In the nreseneo of the eren ,11m. lister which saddened so many honie " the last sacraments of the church, ex- rMTlv i, Johnson of Hlng Sing, who , metropolis should nlvvaj H if f . Hir I 11 , 1 SI... Jam coitllintcd on Mth Page, Knlsrr' Hiiilssnry fior In flni'lin rrt. Sprcinl ruble firtii'itch lo Tim Sim I..1. nK ...In Itnulanlixnl IIKrU.lPi, uuij . . ,..,,.1 ,,,, I MA.i.lnnu flirllt Huron von W angenlieim, tno (ierman " , '" announcement nnlv tho openl to be the greatest struggle Washington 1 jwlll havo seen In many years Is the generally accepted view hero, Many 1 fear that thcro will bo no mletiuate re. ; spouse from t-ougress wituoui a tro- which will be admlnls- ...,ls ..resent In the Capitol at Albany . 11 example to others. preseiK o salunlny when Oov. W hitman ex-1 Ambassador to Turkey, who left Com stantlnnple 11 short tltnn ago for Sofia, where ho conferred with tho Premier and was received by King Ferdinand, has now gone to Huoharest. Antrrleiiit Climb II 11 11 11 1 lllnnc, Sprrlal Cahtf Drtpntch In Tlir Sl'N, Paris, July 23. A despatch from Chiitnnnlx says that Mount Plane wns ascended on Tlnirsdiiy by Anthony Hill of Kingston, N. V. : Kenneth Dawson of Kngland, and Prof, Plst of (ienevu. It wan the first ascent of the year. It Is known that It Is .Secretary Harri son's determination to speak tho whole truth as regards the military establish ment. Ho Intends tn announce In 11 fow weoks tho details of what ho nnd his ndvlsera regard us nui of the military establishment is reason to believe that his ronclu slons nn to what Is required will startle I he country. Hecretnry Onrrlson's recommendation will bo based more on what he thinks the situation rouulres than on what he twn priests ,,i,,lm.,l .fnsmli Mnrnhv. n convict who UPrWPTT. WfUI'PNT.nrl'F. TW f!B ASH ' . .,n tr rn enrpw npntsimn will recite tho prayer for the dying. . T , 1, V , Vl,; , H-n V. """"" ui ri.Alonnn Twenty mluules before Heeker Is to dl ..tmiavlt that while In the Toml, h , . .. .. 1 guard wll Is It h trouser leg. and ho plln, ;,,,, llIry Vallon and """ " "- wilt ...arch to the death chamber with a ,.,Kr Webber conspl.lng to fasten the Automobile celtleiil. wlflLhig behlnll ' n"0,h"r 'r""'- of ,,"'"" """tlrnl on Pecker. . ,.KNV. j, n.ly S5.-Vhlli, ,1, King uut,,i.-u , r,.in,un ..1111 nis ai.I tillllllllie on a iii.ihiihhi i un in I'lither, Molber 11 ml Five ( lillilren I, oat on the IhiNtlnnd. Cll.i'Ai.o. .Inly 2.1- Although their .... .......... . . . . .111 1 ..u 11,1,1 n leincLiiv m'.hh ml u'lin hi,, n... ....... i fin, .J . o ,0 Tlv. II T!Z the District Atlomey. After seeing Mr.' 'ho town of Clieshlrc. Ilfteo,, miles north I namis do not appear among the Identl. none of his usual manner, none of his 1 p,k"1". "' " ' .".n" ,lM'11'"'11 lo' ot here. In arrogance. Mrs. Meeker and John R Johnston, one of his lawyers, came tn 1 Continued 011 Fourth Pago, late last ulfciit Prince Alfrt d ' hed dead, ono entire family Is Ijelievi d make any statement. xu Uoheulohe, attache of tho Austrian,,,. ,... nerlnhid In the v. istland ,n.. iiniiiiij 11, i-Air, idiimn vvi'lioer. V ill- lmliaSS, nail It naiiov. i-M.iiie 1 1 uiii death vviien Ills auiomoiuio tea tnu roadway and went down an embank- ment. present In his behalf to-morrow. ntlldavlts to-day rrom Itose. Webber audi Part way down wa a trong wire V.i ,,r..i..llnn l,n. linn.i ......1 ,Ml'S. ItOSelllhal til lllSL't'OllIt llllV tleulv lu,,,.,. l.lllel, Itlfklix till, fiir,',, f, ( ttle f.lll take either Pecker or Joseph Murphv ,, discovered evidence that may be adduced and saved tho Pillion from Injuiles. ' leinge, i' , Albert, minimum .el nI10 ""'",011 ,u "00n '''" and lomalned ' f "V SC' 1 m '"J '.n,i t0 mo 1 iw evening, going over with him tho 1 1?'8 r'Sl ') ,0,r,0 H "" 'T' " '"."Miocted ment. and there 1(,f r w, ,,,, , Uiwytlli ex..cl to that Mr Perklna's assistants will present lilt his COIIClU- L ' . ... ..... ......... ' 1, Ml, If.. Ifu In. il iv frnn, llnan Wi.Kl..... ,1 the convict wiio makes atlldavit that shortly after the murder he overheard Itose. Vallon and Webber plotting In the Tombs to frame up Meeker, to ocurt to morrow. It cither in needed, thoy .cim by Meeker's attorneys. Mr. Perkins refused to make known what line of argument the prosecution would take, or to reveal his hand In any way heforo tho-heurljB- The automobile, was so badly damaged that he abandoned Tt and rettirnul to Plttsfield by a trolley car. The Prince returned to tho Curtis Hotel btiaken up, but notliurt'by tho accident, aster. The family consisted of .Mr and Mrs. Slndiiar of l,r,S7 Jackson llonlovard and their llvo chllilten: Adi, IS, Silvin, 13, ami William, 5. The family lop lionie iui yester day morning 1,1 attend the Hawthorne Club outing. None has returned homo or 'Uvea heard trom slnctx amount in damages whit ii the reli lives of persons who perNlied on tho ICnstlanil can receiver Is onlv the valuo of the hull II Is t-stlmatid to Lo worth $10,1.00. All through last night and to-day scores of tliomen wotked .p tn,, rivet, where the great hull of the iakn steamer lies on its side, taking frotn the dark wateis the b,i. .. f t,,,..-, women and children vvlioe live" weto cut off lu the midst of pleasure spik ing When boilies wotc lilentttieil nt the teinpor.iry morgue In the Seeonl eg .ii.ent Aii'.ior they were tnkeii away by telative". and almost immediately the places vacated wcte tilled by other bodies brought from the in or in po lice ambulances. Hundred kept vigil nt tho armnty all night, and at the lueal, ,,f day their number- were increased by ilie arrival of others who resumed the -ouii Ii for missing one which was broken a few hours liefote bv ehati-t on. riiiiniiriMi Throim, Hj 110111 2i.i.0O persons utn at the West Sidi arniory. They were Impatient in their demand for admit tance and seemed unable to under stand that all could not be permitted to enter at one time. The police admitted them In stptad of n score or 11101 0, ar.il tlioe who were held back begged and cried for permission to go In iinmdlate:v tn try to lind I'intixes for whom they were In 'eariii. other thousands hurried toward tlm 1 Ivor to watch Hie work of rescue, hut found 1 heir way barred hy 11 line of policemen.' Those who had business on North Side were sent n." oilier bridge than that nt Clark street, and only a few were allowed pour enough In the overturned steamer 10 see tho work of recovering bodies. New divers were put to worl; to-day to recover bodies from the river and from the Ulterior nf the Kast'and, re. llevlng the men who had been on duty most o Hm aJiH. The new force; I.