WKATHKH Fair to-nlahl asd Tlinritin collier.
fc la I I
PRIOE ONE OENT.
NEW FIGHT TO BREAK DOWN
SUBWAY INJUNCTION SO
WILCOX CAN SIGN DEAL
Justice Hendrick, Who Granted
Order, Hears Argument on
Motion to Vacate It.
M'CALL OPPOSES PLAN.
ore I U Wata nn Rnar.i Hf
Would Wait Until Court
Passed on Case.
Undaunted by lart night's refusal
of the Appellate Dlvlalon to set aside
the Injunction granted yesterday by
Juetlco Hendrkjk forbidding the con
summation of the subway operating
contracts, counsel for the Inter-j
borough, the Public Service Com- j
mission and the Board of Estimate1
made another effort to-day to dle
solvo the restraining order. This
tin they appealed directly to Jus
tice Hendrick, who granted their
request that he llettn to a motion to '
vacate the Injunction.
Corporation Counsel Archibald Wat-
sen, representing the Board of Estl -1
mate; Oeorge 8. Coleman, chief counsel!
10 the Tubllc Set-vice rommlsslon, ami
Morgan J. V Brian, described ns "coun
sel to Mr. Coleman." called on IttStloe
Hendrick !n the parte term ot the
supreme Court at 12 30 o'clock thin f-t-rnoon.
They conferred with the Judge
at the bench In low tone.
At the conclusion of the conference
Justice HendrUk announced that ho had
given tha lawyers permlsah-ii to notify
Clarence J. SHeain. a Hearst lawyer
who drew up the John J. Hopper In
junction, to appear this afternoon at
3.30 o'clock. Justice Kendrleg said he
would be prepared at that hour to hear
argument advanced by Mr. Watson.
Mr. Coleman and other. In favor of
setting asldr. th. tnlunotlon. Mr. Shcarn
was directed to be ready to answer
JUDGE SAYS LAW PERMITS THE
'Tnder the lW," said Juettea Hen
drick. "oouaasl In bolted! of a public
board ha the riM to ask that an In
junction such . that Issued yesterday
he set aside. 1 nm disposed to give a full
hearing on tlie matter."
While the Public fervi-e Commission,
through Its Chairman. Mr. Willcox. was
seeking to get around the delay that
will he SOSalled by waiting for ergu
mtnta on the Injunction ""til to-morrow
inornlng-the. tr.ne act by Juitlce Hen
drick k. e. MeCalii the new Chairman,
who Is likely to take hie seat t any time,
was declaring hlmaelf ax np,oed to the
"If I were sitting as Chair
man of tha FobUo Bsrvlc Com
mission," aald Mr. MoOaU, "and
that order bad beea eei-red upon
me, I should direct a full and abso
lute obedience to lie spirit, wliioh
means an absolute cease. .ou of any
kind of notion on the part of the
Commission until tbs Court has
anally passed upon the applica
tion." judge McCaii had been Informed of
the position of counsel for the Com
mission that the injunx tion affected only
the rtnal action Of the Commission and
thai the Coinmlslvii could go ahead
and approve th contracts and send
them over to the Hoard of HstlUtate,
(Continued on Second Page )
Another grsit battle for positions and
competent workers will be fought to
day. Will you retreat, stay unjer cover 01
niardi on to victory.'
"Help Wanted" an.l "Situations Wanted"
Ads. were Printed Yestei.lay in
MB M,,re Than ALL l"HB 6 OTHEh
New K.rk Morning Newspapers ADDED
To go jira 'it to tlie wotker or po
sition you seek
fig Guided by World Ads. To-day I
Willcox Leads New Legal Fight
(sirleht. 1918. b
Ce. Thr New
PRESIDENT'S WIFE WHO
DANCED THE "ONE STEP
TURKEY TROT" AT BALL.
MRS. TAFT DANCES
THE "ONE STEP
President Smiles as Wife Makes
Society Stare at Last Big
White House Affair.
WASHINGTON. Feb. IS. The one-step
Is a "regular" dance Washington so
ciety with chortles of glee Is whlspor
Ing this to-day following the Army and
Nuvy receptions at the White House last
night, at which Mrs. Taft. leaning on
the arm of Lieut. -Commander Tlmmons,
naval able to the President, threaded
her cautious way through the mates of
the dance that has taken the capital by
It was near midnight when It sll hap
pened. In the midst of a swaying rag
time an ! "turkey-trotting there was
a sudden break In the Jangle of sabres.
rustling of silks and patter of feet aa
Mis. Taft swept onto the floor.
"l.ook ! I. nok '." everybody whispered.
".Mrs. Taft Is dancing."
"And It's the one-step," came the an
swer In baled breath.
At the end of the dance Mrs. Taft
laughing delightedly, rejoined the Presl-
dent, Who stood In a corner of the Bast
Itoom with a wide smile, on his face
a inucli-wllted collar.
The "one-step" Is the latest compro
mise on I lie "Turkey Trot."
The reception last night was the big
Kst of lite Taft AJnilnstratlon. More
than :',0uo attended, goclety evidently
fearing thai this would be the last of
the receptions, which have made the
KXOOUUVO -Mansion so gay, because ol
President - elect Wilson's well - known
aversion to elaborate functions, was
o.tt .01 masse.
KAISER'S SON RESCUES
TRAIN WRECK VICTIMS;
WAS IN PERIL HIMSELF
Prince hiiel-hrieJrich PMMflfff on
BxprtSI T hat Urashes With
viKXN.v, Ptfe, l Prince wiiueim
feJltelVr.edrlohi ho.'o.iI son of the Her
man Kaiser, wa- In peril to-day when
aii Bgpret'j. on which he was travelling
from Buehares) t" Berlin oraehed head
on Into the i i: of a u iln or oil tanl.s
ar Metfiaschi rhe I 'liiiion caused an
' plol I ri of ol', tnd Hie Digging fluid
Aas thrown over ihu ivreoked eoaciiee,
aetlllsg ti. tit stir ".
Mmy peraona were re per lad ta i
fatally Injured, The prince ami
.i.ilte sers too It o i i .1 ',1 r is young man
at on -e SSI ahout to aid those rescuing
Us Injured from ths burning wreck.
Br m IS
arJ K JaTaTaTaTaM
- as a Jess
Jjm WT- Am W(
" Circulation Books Open to AIL"
Th, Mm rseUsblaa
BILLS TO REFORM
Maximum Rate for Call Loans
15 Per Cent.; All Wash Sales
NO INCORPORATION YET
Seven Measures by Gov. Sulzer
Introduced in Both Houses
at Albany To-Day.
AlAANr. Feb. f.. Seven bills, drafted
by Gov. Hulser and embodying his
recommendations on Stoctt Kschansre
reforms, as outlined tti his recent mes
ssge to Dm Legislature, were intro
duced to-day by Senator SUIwell.
While provision Is made for HMng
mexLmvm rate ot interest an csli
loans at IS per cent, the question of In
corporation the New York (Hook En
change Is still open. A commute re.
presenting the exchange told tha Gov
ernor last week that if these two pro
positions were enaoted Into law, "dis
astrous results" would follow.
"The advisability of Incorporating the
Eaeharrte or leaving It aa a voluntary
association Is a matter that should be
very carefully considered," ssld the
Governor. "However, I sm not com
mitted directly or Indirectly In regard
to this matter, although we are at work
on a bill dealing with the subject."
Majority leader Aaron .'. Levy intro
ducted the bills in the Assembly and
summarised their provision in the fol
"The establishment of a .maximum
of K. per cent, for call loans Is sought
In one of the hills mid provision Is
made to declare a contract for a
greater amount usurious.
ANOTHER BILL HITS AT RIG
GING THE MARKET.
"Another bill relates to the re
porting of fictitious transactions In
securities end would make It a felony
to report as a purchase or sale of stock
a transaction In which thera Is no
actual change of ownership. It la In
tended to prevent the circulation of
false statements of Rales, thereby af
fecting the price of stocks.
"A third bill Is designed to spply to
false representations concerning securi
ties and would make It a felony to Issue
or publish any statement or advertise
ment of any facte which affect the price
of stocks. If the person making such
publication has reasonable ground to
believe that the statement Is false.
"A fourth bill desls with th msnlpu
lstlon In the price of securities and
would Impose a felony for Inflating or
depressing the price of stocks by means
of fictitious purchases, sales or other
transsctlons, or to consplrs for su. h
purpose. A pretended purchase or sale
would be made presumptive evidence of
an intent to defraud. The object of this
measure Is to prevent wash sales for
the piypose of affecting the prices of
"The bill relsting to trailing by bro
kera against customers' orders would
prohibit a broker from purchasing or
selling stocks and trading them in
against his customers' orders. Tha ob
ject of this measure Is to prevent a
broker from taking advantage of the
confidential relations with his customer
for his own profit.
"The sixth measure deal with the In
solvency and hypothecation of custom
ers securities, and would make 1t a fel
ony for a broker to receive from a cus
tomer, ignorant of the broker's Insol
vency, moneys or securities exctpt In
liquidation of a debt due to the broker
If the BUetOmer loses a result of such
Iransaotloni This measure i designed
to prevent the unscrupulous broker from
continuing In business after It is defl
nltely known by him that he Is Insol
SEVENTH BILL MAKES IT EASIER
; TO WIPE OUT BUCKET SHOPS.
j "The buefcetlhap bill provides that
1 sjltnegl shall not be excused from tcs
tttylng upon the ground that his t 'S-
ymony may tend tu convict him of a
i crime with the proviso that he shall
I not b prosecuted for any Incrlmlnat-
ing matter or thing concerning whlc i
: he may teettfy. The ohjeol of thu
measure Is to more effectively gnforoe
the law against criminal buoketahsfas,
I whl h heretofore h.is hec n dMeult o i
Isocount of the privilege of eYltnssags,
"Another provision of thll bill sould
I require ihst QUI one party to a blaoket
i shop transaction should be cognizant
that It Is not a legitimate Hale. t
present both ill, looker and Hie rus-
lomer m ist be ihown to u.o o su.h
YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5,
TO HUBBY. LIVED
Brief Romance Ends in His
$2(xx) Alienation Suit
Against Her Parents.
HER DAD WANTED $250,
Husband Swears Father-in-Law
Offered to Return His
Bride for That Sum.
How a vacation romance born behind
the veil of honeysuckle blossom that
screened the porch of the little summer
hotel at HurleyvlHe, N. T . was shat
tered by cold parental cynicism in the
seer autumns! days when thst romance
had been transplanted - matter-of-fact
New Tork. was a tale spread at lensrth
upon the records of the Supreme Court
this morning by F.dward Tjtmont Cam
eron, a young engineer In the employ of
tha New York Kdlson t'ompsny.
Mr. Cameron declares distrust of him
self, ohstlnstely held by Mr stul Mrs.
Herman Rltsrhel, ths parents of his
srtde, wae the reef tinm which his
matrimonial bark was stranded after
one brief day and night of marital hap
piness. For the alleged successful st
tsnrp ot his fathsr and mother-lti-law
te alienate the afteatlons of his "girl
wife" he asks 15,000 damages.
While he recounted his tct of apes
to a Jury In Justice New lun ger's Court
this morning hi bride est staring iniind
eyed up at him, occasionally whispering
an indignant word of denial to her
attorney. Mrs. Anna Caroline t'ameron
I a winsome little girl of eighteen.
VACATION COURTSHIP ENDS IN
NEW YORK MARRIAGE.
H first met Anna at Hurleyvllle.
here she and I were atopplug for our
vacations." Cameron told the Jury.
"On Aug. 2'. 11 1, our blissful vaca
tions were over and we slipped down
to New Voik without Informing lier
parents, STOt our marriage license In
the City Hall and were married by Al
derman Alexander Prescher.
"Then, laughing gleefully over our tre
mendous secret, we parted, Anna going
home and I returning to my work. For
two weeka we never breathed a word
of our secrei Finally, on 8ept. , we
stalked bravely before Anna's father
ami mother and tobl them the news.
"They were a mad ns they could he.
We told them, however, we weren't sat
isfied with only a civil ceremony. We
Insisted we must be married In the
church, and then, said we. we're going
to set up houaekeeplng together
"Grudgingly, with many a slur at me.
they gave their assent W had quite
a resplendent wedding the next dsy
before Father (leorge Hliinott. Imme
diately after the ceremony, Mr. and
Mr. RUsrihel dlsplsyed their open hos
tility toward me They declined to
take any part In the wedding supper,
and when they left for their home, at
No. 173 Ksst Ninetieth street, they
begged Anna to go with them and
leave ine she refused, like the staunch
little wife she was then.
TO SHOOT HIM, HE SAYS.
"The next morning, as we acre sil
ting st broakfast. there came a tnn k
at the door, and Mrs. ttltsnliel entered
She called me all sorts of names, said
1 was no (food and flew Into a frightful
rage. Anna defended me, but finally
she was obliged to tske her mother
"I met her st the home of her mar
ried sister, and while I was there Mr.
Illtschel oalled. Anns and her sister
made me go to another room. for. estd
they, Mr. ftltschel had threatened to
shoot both me and my bride. If she ever
returned to live wtth me
"At the entreaty of her parents Anna
went to their home that night. Anna
for a long time declared aha would live
with mSi If her parents would allow
her, but they were steadfait In thel
refusal to grant the ne'essary permis
lied nn attorney nlih a
view to hrlnzlng the present suit, when
It became apparent tu me thst Mr. anil
Mrs. Hitschel had won my wife from
me. Then I had another Interview with
Anna and her father. Thev told me to'
drop ihe suit and give Mr. Itltschel fiVi ,
and eeervtlnng would lie all right.
"go on would ge MO?' I saui
her father. Whst woti'd II
" 'llh. yOU would ge1 o n
"i pneltlvsi) declined la have anj
tiling to do with s i h a transgstlon as
buying : wife for t:i.
was dKlared 'off by thttu.
WITH Hi A DAY
Bride Who Lived
r -. rwi i
une uay, i nougn 1 wice neaaea i
mm ssTfc. A
. , MiSs)e -- (iajeelH
HIMSELF, HE SAYS
Gaynor's Letter Telling Waldo
of Possible Unfitness
Handed to Him.
Inspector John I' Dwyer, srho leea
than eight months ago was a lieuten
ant, who after tweuty-clght days a- a
captain became an Inspector In com
mand of the Fourth I district. Including
th "upper Tenderloin." gtsfessdlng In
spector Hayes, was tlb- star witness at
the bearing of the Aldei manle Police In
vestlgatlng Committee this afternoon
the last hearltia to tie held this West!
A weok's rest will he taken by the Many
mlttee for the preparation of further
material to lie presented This notion
was the renult of an sgecutlvs session
preceding the open hearing,
Inspector lwyct, a large and athletic
man. with a tionk manner, surprised
Chief Counsel Ho"knr with tie an
nOUncemOttl that he had never heard of
a letter written by Mi.oir tlaynor on
Hnpt. leu. aotnolalnlng igilnei ihs
placlna of uniformed patrolmen In front
of auspected places.
POLICE PICKET BETTER THAN
RAID, HE THINKS.
Mr Buekser said thut a policeman
had been placed In front of the Robes
plerre, a suspected disorderly hotel, at
No 230 West Fiftieth stree', following
a complaint again! the place by I
layman i.ater. the attorney named
, tlie clergyman as Pa'.liei I 'elaney, "
y Was that an effective piece of
work? A. It as
4. Was It hettei I iati a raid.' A. If eg,
is that tine in ever
Ij Then way did you S'lttldrav Ine
man from 'he Rotietplerre? a i needed
the man for other polles lain is
tj. Ma' or Qaynor'i Isttei had nol
to do with it. a i never saw or beard
of the letti r before
Mr Hu. kner then re.ui i Mayor's
letter, In whl -a he sai l a pla. could
I rapidly be depopulated .. a nitthodi
e.eaW a ewetaie kusmess ; j.iKd. n agais
TO FIND GRAFT
for Subway Deal
Circulation Books Open to
i ni nr i i
scterixed the s-steni as one which of
fared Hplemlld opno lm i - fm graft to
"I 'Id you ever hear of any graft of
lids sort?" akcd Mr. Hui kner.
"No, air," was the reply.
Another letter from the 'Mayor to the
Police Commissioner, submitting an
anonymous complaint agalns: 1 Uean
My" Itoseufeld's gambling house, had
been seen iiV the Witness The SJOffSJg
polldelll Mlbl ' llellllsey S JilS' i was
not only r inning as u full-fledged
gambling house, hut was also the liana
out of notOlioil i crook"
"Don't semi Dwyer on this," said tie
writer "Don't let llvvver kid you "
The Mayor, sending this to Ootnmls
loner Waldo, wrote
I am lio'loslng to you an anony
mOUS b Iter complaining of gambling
houses By name ui Inspector
Dwyer") distilct I think you had
battel Investigate the matter over
his head because If Ihs thing Is as
open as the letet Says tie Is not fit
to be hi Inapeotor.
ATLANTIC CITY POLICE
AND CAPTURED THIEF
liiitiiv Force in Seven Hour
Hunt for Desperate
ATLANTl" citv. Feb. ;,. Charles
Williams, a giant N armed negro,
was captured lo4ay after a asvsn
hum hunt In which sll of the poll, e-
man " the city with a single exception
took part The one exception was
James vVoodoock, who i In the hos
pital With hi hack and shoulder
fclnshe 1 o badly tiiHt twe.itv StltOhOS
were re'iulreil to close the wounds.
Wood OCk at t in o'olook this morn-
lim savv Williams fleeing fr
on a house
Into whb'h he had broken
tackle i him alnglehande 1
foug' t ulth desperation
win i the p.rii ignian was
w.iiia n eaogpi di but w...
il erco nr
I k was
ante to give Ihe ni ne o
an 1 the ii af 'h was start
I V I a a I
for leaving the cits were put under
guild i ore hi had a rkance to seeape,
ami then 1:1. .'iint m hN plgces Whefe
In could leek refuge vtn eOQltniMd UP"
ui in a M i-'djid.
W K TIIKR Kiilr
mifin nnirT nrnnnnn
Y -WmM IrM- k
i ua o unni i iluuiuu
USED TO TRACE RICHES
OF ACCUSED INSPECTORS
Whitman Detectives Investigate
Holdings of Relatives of Three
Named as Half Sharers in $72,000
Paid to Captain Walsh.
AMONG THOSE ACCUSED
Informer Tells Who Gave $5,000
Cash Bail and Points Trail,
to "Higher Up."
fttrolman BugfM l-'ox, the Harlem graft collector, put his cwgH
that he collected in five years dose to $75,000 from disorilcrly hotel!
irul ifjoons for C-ipt. Wabh ot the Bast One Hundred and Twenty
Mxth Mreet precinct, In Itfldavil form this afternoon. Fox's confession
involves three inspectors, but will) these hijfh officials he had no direct
dealings. He took his information tfiat tlie inspectors shared in the frjafl
from Walsh and from !m t imilhrity with conditions.
The statement of Hox was dictated to a stenographer. He gave j
list of the persons from wlhim he collected money with the dates and
anv units as clovly as he could recollect. Much of the testimony on thi;
line was Riven from note made by Hox, some of which were based op
memory and some on written memoranda.
The affldalt of Fox will he placed be-
HIS THREE WIVES
Isidore Steinberg, Who Kepi
Three Families Hew Blocks
, Goei to Prison.
Isidore Steinberg, alio, when
pleaded guilty last w. ek to bigamy In
fore. Judge Itoaalaky la Mural hs-
slons claimed Wife No. 1 arranged his
marriage to wife No. ?. so that she
could get money to return to her rela
tive In Itussla, wn sentenced 10 Sing
Slug prison for a Is MR of not lew than
... v...r at month nor more than
four year and six months to-dsy
1'rohatton officers ,ulJ Judge It isa'sky
Investlgafoii disproved Ht'inherg' sS -
artlons. The) produced a wife Ho. t,
whom Steinberg maintained at No. 74
in aantenoing ktolnberg Judgs ito
iajaky remarked thut the ce ekowed
a. strange phase of city life in It being
loMslhle for a man to maintain three
families, all In one neighborhood, with
out Oie faol being dleeovered siein
beiejg wife No i lived In Hester street
DIDN'T KNOW II
with a family of live children. Wife lied out all over the city, would ehov
No lived at No, is Ggnnon etreetlk mammoth toll paid yearly by crlmi
Willi one child. Wife No 3 dwell at
No. i Rutgers street, where her baby
was Horn, two years ago.
All tlllee wives Were II 11 1 1 . 1 ley
walked In a l.ue to the wltneo, Maud
and told Judgl Itoaalaky their stories,
' i pleaded I ha I the Judge be lenleni
' with the defendant,
' "I ti.lnk lie has been lliililthe,!
I enough. " Wife No. 1 sjYl. atajlolteg I
i contemptuously at wives Nos. I and I.
"Hu must iiava had an unpleasant I
axpertence with hla Bral wife
Wife No I,
"I'ouid you hleme him. Judge," cried
w fa N" "fortrytnd tu get away from
i hose two women"
1'lie wives and child en if Stemiierg
. . .
will bs fared
i lim a I le ,rew
le lie U in pr a jn.
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS
I WORK MONDAY WONDERS,
tft-alnfcl anil Thararfayi celder.
PRIOE ONE CENT.
rme the liran.l Jur His charge
against alh are direct and can, the
I '1-trld-Attorn. -v bell. ws, W fully cr
lo'oraled. The SlgSSJISIll of Fog that
three inspectors profited by his aettvi,
lies among the law-lire ikers la parte u
larly IntereMiliiic to M,J Whitman.
ox, however, has been unable to f ir.
nlsh corroboration of hi statement that
th IS Inspectors were "In on the graft. '
A number of private detectives, It wa
learned to-day, have been put to work
ag this phis of the rule and the Dl.
trlct-Atturney' oltlce Is known to bt
Investigating; the bank accounts a i
realty holiiings In the names of certals
nlallve. of (he three Inspectors, in ths
hope of In ink able to trace to them tin
Immense sums they are said cy Fug .3
AlthoiiKh nn netful! itions of a-.j
nature have been entered Into, then
Is ground for Ihe belief that Pol,e(
Cagd, Waii.ii, M indleted next Meadaj
kg the John lioe Urand Jury, mn
ehOOOe to lake Ihe course adopted )
Fox, rather than go to trial on i
charge of bribery.
FOX SAYS WALSH NAME'
"HIGHER UP" MEN TO HIM.
One of the Inspe tors whose n-n,
j lOg hag mentioned Is !n command :
111 1:1 distil t. Anather is it-
ts ked In a prominent pmifina 'n ilea i
quartern, I'm deolarea, while nnetkei
- HI S O.OUCti to W'lleh he him
I The name of all three of these m. n
Fox has said, were mentioned to hlri
by t'apt. Walsh as participants In tin
graft fund. Fox a statement In thU
connection Is. up lo date, not currobor
atdd by .-ufTlcient legal evblence to WSP
rant asking ISjdllllBSSIIlS. but the leadi
that have been uncovered by Kox'i
confession are said to ha promising.
Fox'a Mtatemeni of his own colleo
tlons In one district of Harlem, If car
to the police fog "protection." Tin
F.ast One Hundred and Twenty-slxtl
Street precinct, in w il h Fox made hP
collections, a not richly proline o
graft. T iere is better picking lit an:
t number of other precincts. Yet Ko
colle. tin,- at tirst from dlsorderl
bouses mi l saloon ami not touchl.i,
n i Milling--collected tl.tou a month
Tills, lie uys. was later reduced t
II. eon a inoiiih, when the saloon gr.tf
was .taken from him.
; BROTHER OF POLICE OFFICIAL
ENMESHED IN 8IPP DEAL.
The divi-lon, according to Fo, nai
Mnipic, with Inapt fttnri getting the ma
Joi iKirtlou. Of every hundred dolian
v,ollccted. Fo kept tH of the dtha.
$!, tlie captain pocketed (i. and pall
I4.i to tin Inspecior. In addition, th In
poo tor is said to have had an Ind
pendent collector, who demand, -d 31 pe,
-mount collected kg r
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