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THE WASHINGTON HERALD The Herald has the largest morning home circulation, and prints all the news of the world each- day, in addition to many exclusive features. Incrcajinc cloudiness to-day. followed by ram by night Yesterday's temperature Maxi mum, 53; minimum, 33. WASHINGTON. D. C.v TUESDAY. DECEJMBER 17, 1912. SIXTEEN PAGES. NO. 2264. ONE $ENT. INSURANCEPROBE ORDERED; MANN RAPS JUSTICES Says Gould and Atkinson Should Not Permit Companies to Use Their Names. DUTY TO RETIRE AT ONCE Local Jurists on Directorate of Commercial Fire Insurance Com pany Now Under Fire, rollolng a unanimous report bj the Rules Committer, the House yesterda adopted tin. Johnson resolution calling lor a nmrplns Congressional Investi gation of the affairs of the Commercial Hre Insurance Compan the Urst Ja tional tire Insurance Company of the I nlted States both with home offices In the Southern Building the office of the Superintendent of Insurance of the IHstrlct. and the affairs of the firm of Turtle Ulghtman A. Dudlev (In"), underwriters for the two companies Immedlatelv following the p issage of the resolution Mlnoritv Leader Mann of Illinois who had urged strong!! that the measure te agreed to seerely criticised two judges whose names appear as directors of one of the companies under Ore Judge shley M t oulrt of the District Supreme Court and Judge George V, tkinson of the t ourt of Claims. nil It ImiiriiiM r 1 ifernng to an advertisement of the ommer i 1 1 Fire Insurance Compan ii a 1k al paper Mr Mann said "1 miller that there Is published a. n tllrrelor ur this runpam Hun l.rnrer tkinn, justice of the lulled Mates Itiurt of Claims, nnd a a illreetnr and tier president, Hon slile) 51 Could, justice of the supreme Court of the District f (olumula I simply wish to put on rerrd mi opinion that It Is holh Improper for Ihi se on the bench to be appointed or selrrletl as dim tors and uIHrrra of life In surance ronapanles or other com panies, rsprrlall; those that are In volvrd In business complications and seeklnc to sell stork bj rm plojlnc the names of honornblr and rmlnrnt trentlrmen as directors. I kn w tlm two (.entlemen and I i not mtintl to critltli th m but I lnh that it the upprihend their dut th will retii from th -o companies i i and the soontr the better M Minn - r marks were grctUd with ii oi i ur"-t of applause on the part of the memo, ra protent and created some tl in n the nature of a sensation Th Rules Committee to which the tnntinneil on Page Ten IN OWN FAMILY Senator Rayner's Will Filed tor Probate in Baltimore Makes Many Bequests. W t i request that she continue to ! with her husband Mrs tMlliam D It-n ncr daughter in law of the late en a or Isidor Ravner of Mar land, is left a annual income of $1 a)0 h the Ravner v II probated vestcrdav in Baltimore The Jl oto bequest Is left to Mrs Ravner In her own right as long as she lives how- er and is to be taken from William B I ijmri portion of the estate It is stated b benator Rajner in the v ill that his wife and his son know of his fts ling regarding (charitable bequests, ii d that tor this reason he has made no Irovision for charitv The onlj bequests ir.de outside tht. Immediate fimily are to two or the old ftmlly servants Will Is I ength). The will is a lcngthl) one the method of the entailing of the estate being de tinted minutelv It was mode on Feb ruarj is 1909 and names his wife, his fcon and the Safe Deposit and Trust Com ranv of Baltlmort as trustees to carrv out the mandate of the will He leaves to his wife t ranees Jane Itajner one half of the rents, issues anu income from his estate for ithe period or her life In such installments as she shall desire and upon her death one third of the one half of the Income shall go to his son. while the remaining tuo-thlrda of the one-half shall go to the three grandchildren, Archlbold Coul te Frances Jane and Isidor Rajner The remaining one-halt of the Income Is to be divided as follows One-third to his son, William B Rayner and the re maining two thirds to his three children. Remains lu Pnmll. Ir an intricate fashion the will explains 1 ow the income shall go to the members of the familv In the event of the death of his wife, his son or his three grand children, but the entire estate remains In the familj and goes to the heirs alone In any eventuality One clause In the will directs that his ion, 'William B Rajner, maj at any time ask for and receive In one sum or In, In stallments, 5 000 In addition to what is given him besides It also provldees that each of his three grandchildren may re ceive the sum in the same way. Another clause directs that In the event that there are more children born to his sen, William B Rayner, either by his present vv Ife or In another marriage, that each ma ask for and receive the same sum, but that 375,000 shall be the extreme amount used In this wav. "Florida and Mnl Indian limited' la Ajtlantlc Coa't Une 3 30 Pi m Onlj Iraln farev tm itiT-t.oirlt sle n, i- J,i flr' tando and Tampa tla, with one night I out service. other ltd. '--- -'(J- HOC K, u. Vnplf Ave X V. I PRESIDENT'S SON MAKES GOOD MAEK IN STUDIES. DURING THE FAIL TEEM Watcrtown Conn . December It Charles P Taft, ion of President TaTt, leads the Taft school, where he is a student. In scholarship for the fall term, just ened He attained a mark of W, only four other members of the school exceeding SO. Trie average for tho school in scholarship was 71. FLEETSMEEflN MIGHTY BATTLE Reports Differ as to Outcome of Clash Between Greek and Turk War Vessels. London December 16. The most des perate naval battle of the Balkan war was .reported to-day as having been fought oft the Island of Tenedos, dutslde tho Dardenelles Dispatches recelv ed here differ as to the outcome of the engage ment. It Is believed, however that the Greeks lost one cruiser and two destrov -ers and the Turks one cruiser and one destrov er A dispatch to the Central News from Athens states that to-dav the Turkish fleet proceeded from the Dardanelles to a certain distance from bid r I Bahr where a brisk engagement occurred The Greek fleet. Including the warship Dveroff returned the enemv s fire for an hour and subsequent! the Turkish fleet withdrew to se k protection of the forts From here three Turkish destrov era withdrew to the Dardanelles on the approach of the Greek fleet Accord ng to the Dallv Telegraph s Constantinople correspondent the naval action off the Dardanelles resulted In the Turks favor Greece s largest and most modern warship thi armored cruiser Girglos Averoff was hit bv four shells and bidlv damaged Her starboard guns were quicklv silenced, and the rest of the Greek fleet withdrew The battle continued against the Weroff alone but later this vessel retired in the direction of Piraeus The Turk sh licet suffered no damage according to the Telegraph OUTLAW PUTS UP DESPERATE FIGHT Kills Deputy Sheriff and Wounds Three of Posse Before Being Riddled with Shot. I.o ngele Cal Dec IK. One deput sheriff was ln-tintlj killed and thr miinbtrs uf his p tse badlj wounded tins afternoon in a desperate battle with Jam Welch, in outlaw in a deep ravine in tli Red Hill cotintrv nine miles eat at Santa n i the battle culminating In the death of tillch who fell with fourteen bullets In Ills bold) as millimen deputv sheriffs and armed citizens rushed his stronghold Th battle followed an attack committed ti Welch uiKin twelve ear olds Msrtle Huff on a ranch nine miles east if fcanta na late last After the is-ault the lath er and brother of the girl attempted to capture Welch but were driven awav by a storm of bullets The diad ROB! RT QLir.fc.s deputv -henff shot throjph the head JtMbS W bLCII outlaw aged about twentv Ave riddled with bullets The injured Al Prater rancher may die Texas "-tcev constable ''anta Ana sc rlous It Culver ranch land badlj wounded The crime which led to Hie bat'Ie was committed on the Huff ranch Welch lame upon Mjrtle and her fclstcr Jessii while thev were tving up a dog in tle jard He seized both girls and attacked Mvrtle after tjln,r her sister securelj I ittle Jeie worked herself free from the ropes and gave the alarm Surrounded in Itnv I no After vainly trjing to capture Welch Huff and his on gathered a posse of ranchers and with lanterns searched all night but no trace of tho outlaw was discovered until a bherlfTs pose took up the trail this morning with hou ids Welcu was run to-earth in a deep ra vine He opened fire on the posse at long rango with a Winchester and Stacev fell The posse scattered and taking advan tagc of ever cover offered bv the brok en ground sought to surronnd Welch Deputv Sheriff bquires raised his head for a moment to peer over a rock, and Instantlv W elch s rifle cracked The whole top of Squires head was blown away and his bodj rolled down the hill Word was sent to Santa Ana. and Conf )an U California National Guard wa dispatched to the scene. After a study of the ground the militia, maneuvered to get atwfe Welchs position while part of the Sheriffs posse held him at baj While executing this movement Al Prater, a ranch hand, was shot through the head 7 DAYS For Shopping i Before Christmas Make the smile wider, the laugh heartier, and the pock etbook lighter You wjll do this if jou isit the stores now, for they, are filled with happj, jostling crowds From early till late they ire bus, 'every '-one good-natured, barring tan occasional grouch; and the clerks are jh 1 because they see a tliance to "enjoj the Christmas icstivities. Washington Herald SHOP WHILE Dreams of man whose Asks the District Committee For Account of Stewardship; Cooper Would Settle Feud Member from Wisconsin Seeks to Place Con troversy Upon Patriot ic, Non-partisan Plane n JOM I'll ! MN. Aituatcd b a pitriotic ronpartisan desire to harn the truth or falsity of the rhares which lave bcn lodgel ugainst the Diitriit Committee of tho Hour to the effect that thi welfare of the District has b'en subordinited to t feud between the chairman and members of that committee Representative Henrv A Cooper of W Isconsln a leader of the progressive movement in the House and4 in the countrj jesterdav introduced a resolution which calls upon the House District Committee tor information as to the status of its calendar The charges of which the resolution seeks to learn the basis are that the House Committee on the District of Co lumbla has been negligent of the dutv Imposed upon it In that a persontT feud between members and the chair men has subordinated the real duty of the committee to consider and -pass upon legislation proposed for the Dis trlct as necessarj for the welfare of Its citizens. It Is the mtural result of charges and countercharges which have been flung back and forth between the chairman of the committee its member ship and public spirited citizens of th' District. Menus of Settlement I have introduced this resolution as the fairest available means of settling a controversy which reflects discredit upon the National Congress and upon the peo ple of the United States said Mr. cooper jesterdav From residents of the District and from mj constituents have come com plaints that the house through the committee to which it has delegated its powers of government over the Dis trict, has been neglectful of the truth Imposed upon It by the Constitution as a co-ordinate branch of the national government I have been informed that the committee for some reason is unable to assemble a quorum The newspapers of Washington declare that a lack of sympathy between the chair man and the members of the committee Is responsible for this Inability to con sider District legislation I am Informed that there are sev eral measures of vital Importance to the National Capital which are denied consideration and report because ot this Inability on the part of the committee to get together Of the truth or fal'Ity of these charges I am not In In a position to judge, 6ut It seems to me tljat Justice to the House, to the committee, and to the nation de mands that these charges be rat, either witn an answer which will show on Its face their falsity, or If the are founded on fact, with an apparent disposition on the part of the House of Representatives to remedy the evil and to Indicate to the nation a disposition to place Its steward ship upon a higher plane than party af- fllintlnn ' 1 Tnkcs "So des The resolution which I -have Introduced seek to accomplish this. It takes no side In the controversy, it Is such a measure as all parties concerned should be anxlousto support. It seeks to- place the question onri a pianc above partj lines or iactionatism or, which is more Important, an exagger ated sense of the requirements of Con grczsional courtesi. Pcrsonaii , J am not YOUR GOODS CAN BE DELIVERED. wife puts off shopping until the day RESOLUTION. W lit re f l he I lilt mi SOQi i Inhabitant he Congress t f tl is v i nit t ites for and changing conditions affecting Its people, and Whereas during the present longrtss manv important bills and resolutions have been referre" under the rules of the House to the Com mittee on the District of Coluinbi i ot tin House of Representatives and Wh re-u. it las been charged In Hit publi prints of the District of Columbia and h leat'ing citizens clvi associations and other organiza tions of thi yald District tl at the said rommittee has railed to consider man of these measuris he enactment of whiih into law It is alleged would be of great bent lit to the people of the Nation s Capital and Whereas these thirgiit reflecting upon a lummittec of this House, and upon the House Itself should meet If untrue with prompt and flnal refutation, and if trin should result In prompt remedial action b this House; therefore be It Resolved That th committee on the District of Columbia be an 1 it Is hereb requested Ti Inform the House at an earl da what truth If an, there Is In thesi chirges and be It further Resolved That the Committee on the District of Columbia be, and it hereb Is requested to Inform the House as o the number and title of each bill during the present Congress to the aforesaid committee and upon which the committee has taken no action aware upon which side rest the right But I want to learn myeir and I think it Is due the House and the combined con stituency of Its members to know where in lies the fault. If thire bi an As Indicated In his remarks. Mr Coopers attitude was entirely nonparti san, when seen by a rei c sentativo of The Washington Herald The Wisconsin member took the stand that his rcsolu Hon should not bo used us added fuel to the flames, that it should be welcomed b all parties to the lontrovors as a means of clearing top the ituation Mr Cooper s resolution is the natural outgrowth of general discussion of the unique sltuaUon now existing in the Dis trict Committee of the House, In which a lack of sympath between members of the, committee and its ihiirman makes ft, seeming!. Impossible even to consider proposed District legislation The resolution was referred to the Com mittee on Rules of the Houe Repre- -"-V , jislsK $ -tu disisisH nEr.i . coornii, SftttsenUtitt ncni Ttuconila, before Christmas ict of Columbia the seat f thi pel man nt Capltil nil ioutainin,r Washington a citv of more than wliilK diptiident under the Constitution uion legislation needt d to meet changed scntative Robert U Hcnr ot Texas who Is known as one of the leaders of the progressive movement In the Houfc mtm bershlp Is the chairman If this com mittee desires to adopt a nonfactional view of the pre-ent situation, to con aider the District as a national and not a factional or part problem it will be to a large extent reflected In the action of the committee upon the Cooper n solu tion If members of the House District Com inittee or Its chairman feel sufllcimtlv strong in thtir position to put It to the test, the will do ever thing In their pow'er to sccun a favorable report upon the resolution and its passage by thi House Tho Cooper resolution offers a perfect and complete vchlckt for the refutation of the charges made against the District Committee of tho House A failure on the part of the committee to demand the passage of the resolution will be accepted by the country as a tacit admission of its unwillingness or Inability to perform the duties and meet the responsibilities Imposed upon the House- by the Constitution. BULLDOG KILLS CHILD Bessemer. Ala.. Dec. it With his Jaws locked on the throat of five- ear old Jasper Goff, a vicious bulldog strangled the child to death to-day before It was shot b a neighbor of the Goff family The child was dead when It dropped from the dog a mouth. .rno Hurt In flrrcL Cumberland Md, Dec IS. Two train men were hurt when a Baltimore and Ohio passenger train No 4, eastbound. was derailed and rolled oer an embank ment thirty-flve miles from here earlj to-day The Locomotive strucV a bowl der on the tracks Cuba to Pus merlrnii Haana, Dec. 16. The Cuban coern ment deflnltel decided to-daj IP Issue notes for the several million dollals still duo the American contractors fur con struct Ins the nen system or seuifs for Havana. i Winter IlomeM for Itealth or rirsirrr located tlune nml reached li soitthrrn Jtailna) Write for booklet and ron, tilt interns lor oiwiica iniormaaon vnict s. 'ror. Fifteenth Street aud 30- F jtrta Isortbwejt. ) PABIS" STEIKE A FAILURE. Paris,, Dec 18. The "war against war" strike called for to-day was a flat failure and the widespread labor move ment planned to discourage the general European, conflict thrft alarmists have talked about waa crushed practically be-' fore U started There was an enthusias tic demonstration by Paris workmen, but It was only a disorganized riot. W indows were broken In several tram cars and one tramway conductor waa severely Injured BUTTER PRICES . TO TAKE DROP "Price Committee" of Elgin Board Aboi.sI.eti and Sup plies May Be Disgorged, Chicago, Dec. 16. One hundred and twenty million pounds of butter Im prisoned In cold rtorase and hitherto protected from a hungry nation bj the price committee of the Hgn Butter Loard wai rqbW-d to-da of Its guardian Dealer are now ftarful lest the market shfll be overwhelmed and the price of r utter arop to xomethlng In keeping with lis alue Consumers and representatives of lite Ftdcral Department f Justice aro nulling In a session of th t Ij.in Hutter board at .lgln to-da it session punctu ated by threatem-d fi-t rights and b an rctual bolt of the reactionaries tht price quotation committee was abolished This committee met ontc a wek and aibitrarll) fixed a week! price that sered as a I mi is throughout th routttr This action was taken before the ted ral agt nts liad a chart c to wne the uf Ultra of the board witli notice of the dis solution suit Tiled against the combine un der tht hherman antl trust !aw But In spite f the fact that the Mprice committee was the bull ee of the r-dt-ral target It 1 announce 1 that the gornnitnt will kcip on shooting Just the same We ar- going to be peed In fol lowing up our suit said United Stale District ttorn U Ukerson The first thing is to t service on the d fondant Then a special examiner will hear th eldtnt Inttnd to make the defend int complete thMr evidence a speedily as poslbl loangrr M Irldn Rut in the meantime the price com mittee Is officially d-ad and James P lounger of Chltago is hailed ah Us slaer rmcd with nrl irt prox ir he deMndtd upon th meeting to ri m announce I hi px rpoe, and iked thoe present what thij wre going to do about It For . nt t-en ars ou fellow hae been making me tak our medicine Tied Aounger Sow 1 m kouif, to make you take the same 1 m going to wipe jour price committee out of existenc Mr President I aked for a suspension i r the rule- f r h pnrrww f m-.d r prir o ui uitei In tht wild siene th it folio ved ".ounc r vmd his proxle and with the aid of hi hand of followers oted the upen i n or the rules b ItC to 1 Jo- ph Newman b-ler of the nactlonarit . was n his feet wrlth a perpttual pitt -t In the midst of the no mincer houtcil a motion to anient the U Uws lt ahollbhlng the pri e committee Newman moed to li the moth n on the table but seeing that he was hopt.lel b atn he urged his followers to leave th meeting which the rill Then twrvthing was Iran ruil ami tl e prte oinmitte was put out i f I j nesM h a ot of 1 j to 0 The Ncwnw i faction wav lKaten ifier -0 n f premuo nd the Menteen ar r bt 1 Hon of loingt. ind the insurgent was triumphant MURDERER ELECTROCUTED llnlteo Del Ohio I'n yHU life f -r lninc or Three Opining N 1 !e liMatto 11 Ohio wis ekLtrocuud at ing bing prv n earl today for the murder of hi mother sister and niece on Noenlr 1 1911 ftir filing good b) to e laetit lleiker the Roenth il gunmen and the ret of the eight rn men left in hi that, hout th Italian w UkM alm thrciish the little green door and tnt ed h.niiJf In the hair On his walk to the chair he carried a cruelftx In his right hand and was sac c omnanied h C haplaln ih.am I Ca.shl i, wt"o repeated the pners of the Catholic Church for the doomed man Thi man thr ugh undersized uhs jow i rfull It nit and the rvM-tsnre nhih he furniId to the current uf 1 rv& iis wis o Kr -t that two contae s wre rvci u i red t ' his life lie wr is pro nounced dead b Prison llnI lan ran wix and one hi If mirutes after he n ttred the dath chamber mong tie w.ine;s.es if the exe ut n were seril official of King Count New irh. MENTIONED FOR CABINET. Photo br CIUKdlnst. 1IOX. 1 nICtv M. IIOIGII, ' One f fortic it km t cf the Wet hrsaprakc and Ohio II j- In the West. Three fast trains .lalh ltlaklns western connections at flnilnrtii Loulsxille Chi cago and bt LouK 3 1., 6J ind 11 in p m 133 K 8(rett 5U Pcnns.vlv uu-v Menu. One hundred fialls n minute cm he drlcti lr a pn-Jmntlcally opiratcd mav. atine hammer Invented by an Illinois man. WILSON GIVES INDICATION OF CABINET IDEAS intimates that He May Not Select Men Because of Party Affiliations. RETURNS FROM BERMUDA President-elect Goes to Trenton Soon After Landing in New York. Vw ". ork Dee 1 1 ith President elect U llsou s return from his four weekfc vacation in Bermuda to-day tho llr.-t Inkling of the character of the Cab -net he proposes to assemble waa had Oo llon will not adhere strictly to tue old plan of appointing political lead ers and part workers who would seem to hae earned recognition by their achievements in behalf of the party. This much can be stated rieflnltel lntead he will select men who hava been conspicuous for th-Ip ability as ex ecutives and who possess th qualifica tions ne esiar to a uccessful admin -tration of affair? This (haracter of Cibnet ofTicials the Oternor will se lect -en if he has to go outside parti lines Tins i the first line the public has had r the new ( abinct it was gUcn 03 the C.inrnor h mlf in a dl-eusMon of "x tracts from his IIItor of the mrian I-ofIe In this work Go Ison dis us?f th two i leveland Cabinets, a -Ii - i lcelnnd's Policy. ' U eland ha 1 thoucht of himsei' wjvs as au admlnist.ativc ofh n t as a I-irty leader ft uas not a that U male up his rtrst Cabinet ipoit thit ht-or In his lirst Tablnet there wue ns"ii like Thomas F ! aid of 'Xlaware I ucus Q C Umar of Mls hislppi Uilham V ila& of Uiyon nn and Dun M D cklnson of Michigan, wh had I een cloven in nccordance with w Hiecugniz-d precedents n suihTnat ters !. is of their wnit in part 'oun lis but tho -tt nen rm-n sj far hs 11 ght be of hi own p r ona) sr -tic t whom he -hove m.t for th 1 n fhjn e among politicians or in r I ttra canxasH. but bau. he knew th ir e -fkiene as men of business In his sc on 1 (. abinet the ehment of personal chowe ws still more noticeable The Secretary of State had leen a distln gihed 1-eiJera! judge an I had been n lu s abu et cf Mr rthui had bit ho oth r 'av it rued from his former Re publican awciatei to support Mr. Cle eland fresh recruit in the Demo cratic rank The Presidents object was t u -round himself with not a part counsel lut with capable h.ads of de paitmtnt lr hold to he cr st ct pi ipl cf -ii t 11 msttrr ipon wh ii h was aitro.Lhd doming hU on 11. tion with his part 1 some seno ntlr j.e Sev THOMAS N, PAGE FOB LONDON POST Reported to Be Wilson's Choice for Ambassador to Great 1 Britain. fol'iuins msutaiun it i s ary cif tiite Kno veterda President TafC dt ded thnt would not tppoint a successor to U I teH Knd Vmbassador to Gnat Uritain who died u Ixindon unda nnoun anient of 1 i Ie tlou nas niad Jl th hilr Ho is,- It Is understood tint the Treidi m i informal on that lr mdrnt lc lis t has somi one umli r tonsdration f r -! pointtnrnt ti th lndon I- mbassy I Mt'oh 4 ml It Is al"o wM tha Mr Tift did not - to rt uimn in pres t nt mrnibrr of tit diplomatic smi thi- Brit i rs ns- if mo irs hs csta' 1 si nient to 1 jndon onl to lose his olli nl md in t f w months I iidu t i f the nEotiati ns n tho niuina (anil i ntroNorsj will rot b arretted I the I"n sklent s ile-sion as 'practicallv -ill thi dlsi-us ons hetncni the two Koeri milts ln takin plac it a.hlnBtn tliroiish ml assador Ilir ir I f retarx if state Knox. I tirrss Uitp n, nii.ati!). Th I itih l-niliass irstcrdix sent to t ii- - it Uepartment a cfI' f th follow ng instrm lions sent muassidor Ur hv si I duard (.re British Min ister f rort-lpn AfTalrn I oti si ul I expn-ss ii'ep nnalh of His 1 ij tv Koxemment md t eir S tat regret t the cam or - nui law R-d He lul en l'areil himself personil to ee- nt he'e who knew Mm e teel that we hae lost a friend nnd we sympathise sincerelx and deep ' with th I nlted st ites In the los that is bfillen tl em The report-1 offer of the butsh go- crnment to pli i watshlp a tie J I rosal of tli fimiU or mbisfndo Itfl (lor the pu-po-e if irneyliiB his liodx to the I nited State has not heen officially received here It will un loubtedl i accepted Ihe I nlttd State has fr iquentb extended the same courtes to 1 other governments ! In connection with the Presidents an nouncement e-tertiav it was reported tliat Pnsldent-elect Wilson has decide 1 upon 'lhonias ePon Page the ell Known author as th man whom he will ppolnt Ambassudcr to Great Britain tiiforioeil li Cnrncixir. It was stateil that Andrew Curneglo jelled upon Mr Page at his home in hlns,-ton during his llt last week .ami informed, the Mrglnlnn thit he wa I to receive the appointment The fa t t that Mr Page l issocittctl with II Carnegto in his efTorts to further the cause of international peace Is regarded Ian lending some support to the rumo Air I'ngc Is a man Of ronsldcrvb . wcnlth. and i Known to h1v fond I ness for ll'e abroad speudin? his s im I rners In I.ngland and ou the Contlntnt 'eearly every jear.