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TOTE. EVENING WORLD, T H U R S DAY,' M ARO H
of 'German officers and soldiers ac-
wed of crimen during the war.
Germany, added the British Prims
Minuter, In refusing to accept tbo
concessions proposed by the AMos
with regard to reparations, hod by
the same act renounced the advan
'tapes granted fcor at the previous
conferenco with the Allies. Mr.
Moyd George then, on behalf of the
Allies, annouixsej tha Ultimatum,
If the Germans, Lloyd George said,
had aald that forty-two rears wm
too lengthy a period for tho payments
to run, and that a levy of 11 per
cent. On their exports was not the
beet method for thorn to meet their
HaWltttes, or for ascertaining tho
amount Germany at a siren moment
icaa capable of paying, and that thty
had better ways which would ho
eouallr effective In meeting; tho case.
then "we would have cat down with
tba German delegation to examine
' In perfect good faltb. ibclr counter
proposals with a view to arriving at
a reasonable accord."
- Dr. iSlmons's reply is taken to mean
that the Germans bavo further propo
sals to make In conformity with tho
Boris conclusions of the AH Ice.
The various military, advisers
were present In force. Marshal
Feeh was accompanied by Gen.
Wtygand, and Field Marshal
Sir Henry Wilson by Major Qsn.
William Thwaltes and den,
Virtually tho enllro German delega
tion was at St. James's Palace when
tho conferenco began, hut only a few
of Its members 'accompanied Sr.
Simons, the Foreign Minister, to the
conferenco ball, the others anxiously
waiting outside for the verdict of tho
Of the Allied delegates, Baron
Hayaahl of Japan, Count Sforra, the
, Italian Foreign Minister: Premier
Brland of France and Phlllppo
Berth slot. General Secretary of the
French Foreign Ofllce, came In turn.
Mlnstor of War Barthou was Absent,
bavjng left to-day for Paris.
, Llrod George, who was nearly
a quarter of an hour late, drove, up
with Lord Curzon and A. Bonor
4 f Law. Tho hour woa too advanced to
admit of his taking bis accustomed
walk across tho park, cud thus ho
was missed by the crowd which bad
gathered to ohoer him.
For tho first time since tho opening
of the conferenco considerable publlo
Interest waa evinced. In the proceed
ings. The sldewntk opposite the, en
trance to the palace wan lined with
peoplo'long before tho 'hour set for
tho meeting, while tho windows of
Marlborough Hduse,- the realdenco of
Queen Mother Alexander, afforded)
vant&go points for a view by tho
members of her household.
IN FACE OF GRAVE
.Berlin Still Chims That Its
' Counter-Proposals Are Mis
understood,. . BEIIL.TN, March X. Banking circles
to-day gavo no Indication of appre
hension regarding the fnrther prog
ress of tho reparations conference !h
London, nor was there anjt apparent
uneasiness- In the Bourse. In both
quartern there was. a prevalent feeling
that atrroany'j counter proposals
warn nnt fuTlv undferfitood bv tha T?n-
-.tento eadcrs upon their first presen
tation oy ur. Bimons.
Quotations on tho Bourse were re
markably firm In the face of a flood
of alarming reports from London, and
Paris, and tbero was lively specula
tion in foreign exchange, tho demand
for American dollars predominating.
The manner In which the Gorman
counter-proposals were formulated
came hr for a measure of criticism,
notwithstanding the fact that experts
of the foreign, financial and cconomlo
departments had been engaged with
tho Cabinet for a week or more be
fore the German reply was drifted.
FOCH ASKED TO TEA
BY KING GEORGE
FORGETS ABOUT IT
British Ruler Waits for Half an Hour
and Then Sends to find Out
LONDON, March I. How Marshal
Foch forgot on engagement at tea,
with the King a) Buckingham Palace
has leaked, out here. Tho King was
anxious' to see Marshal Focli, and M.
BrtandKfcnch Premier, arranged an
engagement for the Marshal.
The King waited half an hour after
the appointed time, and then sent ad
equerry to Inquire. The Marshal
was obliged to excuse himself be
cause of complete forgetfulnesa in
hla preoccupation over grave con
ORDERED TO SAIL
Detachment of Mediterranean Fleet
Going to "Unnamed
PARIS, March 3. A detachment of
IS', the French Mediterranean fleet has
bees ordered to prepare to sail for "au
The entire fleet wu ordered by wire'
losa to proceed to Toulon for coaling.
Two cruisers and three torpedo boats
will then depart on secret mission.
Sketches and full detoriptiens
of Mrs. Harding's Inauguration
gowns made In New York will be
printed exclusively In The Eve
ning World to-morrow. Insure a
-aSxat-vlew of Mrs. Hardlnn's White
vgrarepe ny eraerinr to'
your newsoeaier a copy
Former Mrs. Leeds Seriously
III, Suffering From Form
of Stomach Trouble.
SON IS ON WAY HERE
"Richest Boy in World" Com
ing for ConsultationBit
ten by Insect in Orient
ATHENS, March J. (Associated
Press.) Princess Anastasla, wife of
Prinoo Christopher of Greece, who
baa been violently ill from a form of
stomach tremble for several days.
seemed to bo la a torioua. condition
to-day. Br. Hoover, Cmof at the
American Rod Crow Hospital In Con
stnntlnopJe. Is being rushed to this
city on a destroyer for a consultation
with seven Greek physicians who havo
bocn treating the patient. A physician,
who Attended the Princess while she
was a resident of Switzerland, also
has been summoned.
Attending Burgeons, who are thi
samo men that treated the late King
Alexander during his lost lllncBs, have
been unable to agree upon a diagno
sis In the case, and foar is expressed
that an operation may become neces
sary. Tho King and Queen called on
tho patient this afternoon.
Tho condition of tho Princess was
moro encouraging lost midnight The
pain had subsided, the pulse 3tad 1m-
proved and her tomperaturo had
Prince Christopher, who has Just
recovered from a eovero attack of
the grippe, la constantly at tho bed'
aide of tho Princes.
Br. Hoover la expected bore Friday
morning. Tho Princess sold she
would 'eel more comfortable and en
couraged with an American physi
cian caring for her.
On the' eamo destroyer with Br.
Hoover are Prince and Princess
Nicholas oT Greece, who' are return-.
lng from tbo recent wedding In
Bucharest of Prince Goorgo of Greece
and Princess Tllzaboth of Roumanla.
William D. Leeds 2d. son of the
Princess Anostoseo, known In Greece
as the American TWllar" Princess,
s now OA his way east from Cali
fornia. He arrived there a, few days
ago. having come from the Orient,
where be was bitten by a poisonous
The youth known as tho "richest
boy in the world" is accompanied by
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Greene. Ills trip hero is to con
sult New York surgeons, as It Is be
lieved his arm bono has become In
STANDARD OIL MADE
30 PERCENT IN 1920
rtdiana Oompony Reports jMo,-
973,484 E&rned, After
CHICAGO, March S A net profit of
!0,173,484, after deducting inoomo
taxes, or 10 per cent oa an actual In
vestment of I203.U9.155, was earned by
the standard Oil Company of Indiana
for the year 1JC0. according to the
annual report submitted to-day at tho
stockholders' annual meeting at 'Whit-
Without income tax deductions earn
ings were f Si,3?7,S03. as agalnxt a capi
tal and surplus n Jan.- 1, illIO. of
1135.117. 154. Tho company reports
capital and surplus on Doc 31, 1310 of
of which only 14.UMM Is
in cosh, the remainder
In DrODtrtiea. merchiuidlin and stcurltlcj.
Cash dividends of J3.11I.I7I were paid
ourwsj vno yver.
POUCEMAN KEmN CLUB.
Court nefnsea mn Injunction to
Pallmoa rerter' Assaclatlea.
Gspveme Court JucUco Callagban In
tcng Island City to-day refused the pe
tition of the Pullman Porter Associa
tion for an Injunction . against Police
Inspector John Styan and Police Cup
Henry McQoeeney to restrain tlrem
irom iceepinr a uniformed man In tnelr
club at No. 141 Hunter Avenue.
Sixteen men were arretted In the
'Place rtti. 7 on the complaint of neigh
bors, who spoke at the nolso. Tho de-
renaants were alscliarged. but a police-
man has since been stationed In the
TO HONORJINKNOWff HEROES
Senate raaaes Slenelntten to Dnrr
WASraNCrrON, March J. The Ben
ato completed to-day enactment ot a
House resolution lnotrueting the War
Department to bring back from French
battlefields the body et one unidenti
fied American dead soldier, for Inter
ment with appropriate ceremonies In
Arllnctoa National Cemetery.
strike m A. B. sail A. Ilallronil
CHICAGO. March S. Sanction from
sixteen railroad brotherhoods and unions
for a strike of employees of the Atlanta,
Wrmlnirham and Atlantis Itailwav wu
despatched to local representatives of
unions following a midnight conference
of heeds of the organisations here, it
was announced to-day.
rrlortty for Wage Claims.
ALBANY, March S. Qov, Miller to
day signed bills by Senator Knight
and Aesemblyman Brady, amending
nw scaniat cvriiumuon ana ma pari-
c'raate feca y rrwMjnp tha
claims of employees must be given
first oo.irj deration rwbeh a corporation
or parteereWp goes law a receivership.
RED CROSS CHI
RUSHED TO ATTEND
WHO WED PRINCE
ILL IN ATHENS
BY GREAT CROWDS
(Continued From First Page.)
ibers of that committee also planned
to call on htm during tho 'afternoon.
Finishing touches were given to-day
to the etandonthu cosf portico of the
Capitol, where Mr. Harding will take
tho oath of office and deliver hla In
augural address. Washington police
made final preparations for handling
the crowds expected to line Pennsyl
vania Avenue to sco President Wilson
andPresldcnt-cloct Harding rldo to
Troops of cavalry at Port Myer,
who will form the single escort for
the Presidential party, and several
companies of marines I'ora Quantlco,
who will bo on guard along tho ave
nue, hold final drills In preparation
f'or the port they are to pUy In the
There waa a notlceablo absence of
the rattle of drums and tho flare of
bands oa scores of marching clubs,
political clubs or military organiza
tions marched through the city to ad
vcrtlso themselves and their com
munity and to await the big day,
So far as tho formalities of tho In
auguration go, theso will begin at
10.30 A. M., when tho Joint Congress
ional Committee, headed by Senator
Philander C. Knox ot Pennsylvania'
and rteprcscntatlve Cannon of Illi
nois, arrives at the Wlllard Hotol to
escort Mr. Harding and Mr. Cootldge
to tho Whlta House. Then President
Wilson will enter an automobile with
Mr. Harding, Senator Knox and Mr.
Cannon. Following this car will bo
one containing Mrs. Wilson, Mrs,
Harding and. other members of the
Joint Congress Committee. Then will
come Vice President Marshall. Mr.
Coolldge and members of tho Joint
committee. A troop of cavalry from
Fort Myor will bo tbo escort.
President Wilson will go at once
to tho President's room, near the Sen
ate Chamber, where he will sign laat-
mlnuto bUls. Then ho wiU go with
Mr. Harding to the Senate Chamber
while the oath of office la administer
ed to the Vice President and the new
Senate comes Into being, immediately
followed by a procession to tho east
porch ot tho Capitol, where the final
ceremony will take plage.
ROUNDING UP THE CROOKS.
WaaUlnElm Pnllce Take 9Ieaure
t Protect Inaaitnral Crewda.
(xHit la Tbo lf ninj World.)
WASHINGTON. March 3. Dotoc
Uvea are continuing to-day a round-up
ot suspicious characters which began
lut night in anticipation of a conalder
able Influx of crooks to work the ln
auiru ration visitors.
Peter DufTy of New York, who sur
rendered to detectives after a gun battle.
Is being held for identification by 'Now
York detectives wbo are expected hero
what is mma
TO DAY IN CONGRESS
Filibuster against Navy Bill con
tinued. ConXarcee on Army Bill expected
to report on efforts to compromise
on slxe of army,
Senators retiring Friday to de
liver "swan songh"'at all night
Army conference report and
email bttln up for. consideration.
HOOCH MOVfNG DAY
FIXED AT CAPITAL;
Baker and Burleson to Transfer
Their Private Stock Other
Cabinet Members to Follow.
WAOraNOTON, March 1. To
morrow will be official hooch mqymg.
day In this city.
A permit was Issued tho other day
for Woodrow Wilson, who dealred to
remove some' liquors from the? White
House to hla new Washington home
In S Stroct. It was explained at tho
White House that the President's
stock was made up- largely of gifts
which have been mado to blm, with
a email quantity which had been pur
chased by the Chief Executive for
Permits have been Issued to Secre
tary of War Baker and Postmaster
General Burleson to transport tholr
supply of liquors to their Ohio and
Texas homes, and similar permits will
bo Issued to all tho other Cabinet
members who seek them. It-'Is sold.
Likewise, no prohibition will bo
made on the removal or transporta
tion of the liquor supplies of other
decamping Washjngtonlana if they
go hrough tho formula of applying
to tho Federal Prohibition director
for the required permit. 1 already
have recolved my permit," Secretary
Baker said to-day, when ho boasted
of having six or, seven quarts of good
liquor, T was in a dilemma as to
what to 40 with my small supply, as
it la against the law to glvo It away
or to otherwise dispose of 1L I have
been living in the homo of a friend.
ana if 1 lert it there 1 might be
charged with giving It away contrary
to law. Tho only thing I could do
was to arrange to shin It along to
Secretary Baker said that he enter
tains no fears that the supply will
not reach bis Cleveland borne.
NEW TRIAL IN
Court Oonvinoed Men 'Found Guil
ty fty 4 .Jury rc Not Impli
cated in Theft.
Jtidre Itosalsky In the Court ot Gen
eral Sessions to-day set aside, after
hearing the report ot the probation of
ficer, a verdict ot guilty of robbery In
thVflrst degree found by aJ Jury In his
court on Feb. U against Robert Jones
and James Henry Smalls, young negroes
of No. -S3 East Ulst Street. A new
trial will be held next' week.
Israel Densky. N?- CO West 105th
Street, .reported to tbo police on Dec.
that two negroes had held him us In
Park Avenue, knocked blm senseless
and stole his $30 ovevrcoat. Detectives
wore assigned to go out with Densky
In senrch of the highwaymen and ho
pointed out Jones and Smalls as the
men who had robbed him.
At the trial each defendant presented
what appeared to be a perfect alibi, but
the Jury found them irullty. JudgeUtos-
alsky, whowaa convinced that the ali
bis were genuine, ordered .probation
olUcera to check them up. and their re
port csuuoiisnes to tne sat taction 01
the court that neither man was impli
cated in the robbery ot Densky.
0 NEW POLICE LIEUTENANTS.
ISnrlglit Promotes 10 Patrolmen io
llavnle of Sergeant.
Police Commissioner Enrlght an
nounced to-day tbo promotion of eight
Sergeants to the rank of Lieutenant
and sixteen patrolmen to the rank of
Sergeant. The new Lleutenanta are:
.lames Flticoruld. William M. Dolan.
John J. Itellly, John Casey, Harold W,
Clifford, Alexander N. J. Knlttel, Law
rence J. Puttz and John Baxter.
, Tho folh, . lng patrolmen were made
Sergeant Hurry J. Yore, Lawrence
HomDc. A'.lrcd Ilamian. Henry It. Gro-
ken, Daniel V. Harrington. Eugene, V.
Mccnaugn, 1-reaericK a. Morns, jonn
ton Humphries, George F, Haggerty,
rt.i. . t 1 1 1 . . tirli t .,1,1...
Poter J. Olcskl, John 11. Laehy, James
I. Donneuy, Joseph Mcuulre ana Jo
S John Ifambrtdc ox No. 21 Attlte
Street, Brooklyn, twelve years old,
confessed to the police ot tho Green-
point StaUon that he robbed himself of
two small banks which he hid behind
a roll ot carpet, afterwards twlng htm
self to a chair and tetllng a thrilling
tale ot being overpowered by two
strango men ''who looked llko for
eigners, one short and one tall," W30
bound htm to a chair and carried away
the savlnxs banks. lie said he wanted
tn get enougli money to carry out hl
plan to be movlo hero, which was
not approved nut loimiy. oris,
llambrlek. who had sent for detectives.
suggested that the dlsclplinlne -Of the
youngster be loft to her.
The detectives granted her request.
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OUSTED DRY AGENT
Offered Bribe, Former Asso-t
dates Say, When Caught j
Prohibition agents to-day seized four
barrels of alcohol and a barrel of whis
key In a warehouse at No, 32 West
20th etreob The warrant was Issued
on tho etaterabnts'of Agents A. C Tay
lor and James' (Mellon ithat they bad
been Interfered with In making a
seizure .at the door of the placo Tues
day by six armed men and a Prohibi
According to the agents, they Inter
rupted the unloading of a truck at the
warehouse. Fourteen cases of whis
ker had been carried inin the drfmtor
of the building and fourteen remained I
on tno . truck. Taylor took charge,
While ifellen went for collce heln. A
man known to Taylor as a Prohlbltlqn 1
agent offered to "fix things up" for
tZOO. When Tavlor refusnd to he'
bribed (he sold six men appeared in an
automobile, showed revolver forced
him into tho hall and made him stand
witn ma nanas up wmic they attcmpt-
ea to put tno rest on the elevator.
Tho men ran awav when Mellen
returned with . policemen, and tho
twenty-elffht cases wcre -taken io a
Supervising Agent CbaDln sum
marily removed the rurCnt as his Inst
act before leavlnc for Washlncton.
Harold Dotobs. suDorvlslner acdnt for
Brobklyn, was in charge In Manhattan
w-aay in Chopin's absence.
Alexander Carlln, attorney for Felix
Headquarters bo was to ask tho Fed
eral courts ior a peremptory ordor
for tho return of 300 coses of whlakoy
consigned to hla dlleni In tho Now
York Central freight station at Vorl'lc'
and iAight StreeU yesterday. Pro
hibition Agent Einstein made tho
seizure 'Ifor imwularitlm" n the
order of Suvervising Acent Ohanln.
Accoraing to Mr. carlln, tho only 1
THIEVES IN RAID
of s, previous permit to Crosafulll toj tcndanU were sent to got her co
remove the whlokey from Louisville 1 rj7 . .7 . . ? .
to a person unknown, who used It,' defendant they brought back the wrong
after forged alterations bad been Georgo. Judge Dahcrty gasped when
made, to draw whiskey from a Bolt!- 1
mdro distillery. Crosafulll obtained a.
second permit In lieu of the first be- !
fore moving the whiskey which was ,
seized yesterday, Mr. Carlln said.
BILL IS AMENDED'
Change Made in'1AssamJ)lylo,Moet
Objections 'Ralsfcd in the
ALBANY. Y. (March. . The bill
designed to provide for strict enforce
ment of Prohibition by local peace of
ficers of the State was amended In the
Assembly to-day by the Introducer, As
eembtyman (Bert P. Gage, to meet ob
jections raised in the Senate.
an ienninr me duues or punuc peace
officers of the State the bill, as drawn.
provided that any peace ofllcer "haying
notice or knowledge of any violations
. . . shall immediately exercise all
powers vested In him to apprehend, ar
rest and prosecute such person or
persons 'committing such violations."
from the. bill by the amendment
The measure nms further amended so
aa to fctve' JlaKlstrates power to fix tho
amount 'of sll for persons arrested
charged with violating tho lorar. The bill
as ' drownr proviaoa ior a mea sum.
Vivianl of France Heads Commis
sion to Take Up the
PARIS. March 3 Tho Council of the
League of Nations to-day constituted a
Commission on Armaments. It Is com
pered of Rene Vivian! of France, II. K
A. Kluhcr of England, Vlttorlo Orlando
01 Italy, lljamiar uranung 01 eweuen,
Mntuiel Tllvn.!i Vlouna of Chill and
Shlchlta Tatsuka of Japan. Tho latter
is Japanese ilinbter to Holland.
JEALOUS, THREW ACID.
Tire "Women Are tn Serteme Condi
ffkarii t Th Brolna .ITorU.)
TRENTON, N. J, March 3 v Miss
Emma etlnson, twenty-ono years old,
ot No. iSO tuyvesant Avenue, and iUrs,
Mariaret Iluvnea. thirty-three, of No.
123 Hoffman Avenue, this city, are tn
n nerlnua rendition in Mercer Uoaoltal
here after a quarrel between the women
last night, when It' is said 'Mrs. Haynca
tnrew enrnouo acta at me younger wo
mnn. htirnlnc her face badlv.
It la altered that Mrs. Haynee'a hus
band had been paying attentions to
tMrv Ilaynea's story la- to the effect
that alter talking with the girl and re
rnivlnir no aatlafactory result, she at'
lemntcd to drink tho acid, hut Miss
Stlnaon knocked it from her liand and
the liquid Bpiastiea over botn women
THREE BUTCHERS flNED $10.
Violator of daallary Code In
ltroeklyn fleorcd by Court
Magistrate Brown In the Gates Ave
nue Court, Brooklyn, to-day told two
men and one woman who conduct
butcher shops and were charged with
'violating the sanitary code. "You muit
remember you ore In America and not
in IiUBila. The soonar you realize that
you will have to obey our sanitary laws
the better it will bo fop you. Tho next
time you come bofore me I will fine
jiuo ana sena you to jan.
He then imposed a rine or 10 or
two 4y in lall on (Mxs. Anna Anae
all on iMj-a. Anna Ansel)
of (Mo. IH Hopkins etreet, Harry Lo
kletx of iNo. tSl DeKalb Avenue and
KranK ceceiia or no, isv jiopmna atreei.
They paid the fines.
ALBANY, March 3. The Kavanaugh
Merrlgan bill, which tho Introducers say
Is drawn in the Interests pf "clean baso
ball," waa advanced to the order of final
passage In the Assembly to-day. It has
passed the Senate, under Its provisions
layr MccbpUcg a bribe tp try t iMt
a baseball game and persons offering
such bribes would be guilty of a felony,
WIFE OF ARTIST
WHO LOSES SUIT
Nf. EDWARD STEICHEH.
White George W.
and a Black One
Mixed in Court
Both in Jail, hut Wrong
Washington Was Arraigned
With Colored Woman.
There are two Georgo Waehlngtons
ln the Hulson un 3M ta
City. one la white; tho other la black.
To-day Sirs. Nancy Bailey, whose
complexion Is of a rich chocolate hue.
was brought before Judgo Richard
Dohcrty In tho Court of Common Picas
to plead to an Indictment charging her
with living illegally with tho block
trrVMiiniV tiAt mrer 1 tit
Baney-ts only-a UtUe over 3 feet
tall and barely came up to tho top
of the rail: George Is a six-footer.
"Aro you George" Washington?"
ttsked the. Judge.
r VT ami" said the prisoner, wbo didn't
seem to understand clearly what It
was al about find- wbo was puzzled by
the smiles of "everybody in the court'
room, including Judge Doberty.
"Wen, wbere the cherry tree?" was
the Judge'B next question.
Here I Is." sang out Mrs, Bailey.
"Oh." said Judge Doherty. "Well,
how do you want to plead?"
"Judge," aho answered, "I m per
fectly willing to plead guilty, cut
that's not my George. The lost tlmo
I saw my George bo was as black as
The existence of two Georges tnen
m disclosed and Judgo Doherty
sent all the prisoners back to cells
. . . mi I , n
tn fan orrolgnea later. iuo ""
George Is under Indictment charged
with receiving stolen goods.
A elater of Mrs. BaUey sold tbo lat
ter toad been associating with the
black George for eleven years. A.
month ago the sister got religion at
a revival and asked Mrs. Bailey to
mend her ways. Her -appeal iawng
she called, on tno police, ior aeiv auu
the Indictment iouowcu.
CAR SERVICE OVER
BRIDGE TO HALT
Brooklyn City R. R. Gives Forma!
Notice as Result of Willwmsburg
Trolley Fight With City.
The Brooklyn City Railroad Com
pany to-day filed formal notice with
tho Public Service Commission or us
intention to cease -operating trolley
cars over the Williamsburg Bridge.
four of the company's lines have, been
oaing the bridge tho Bushwlcic Ave
nue. Grand Street, Ncjstrand Avenue
and Tompkins Avenue. They will
terminate at the Brooklyn end of tho
bridge, beginning April 1.
Tho action of the company Is an an
swer to the plan of Grover TVhalen,
Commissioner of Plant and Structures,
to operate a local service by the city
over the bridge. The company says It
Is not able to competo financially with
city-owned cars operating at cost and
is not under any contract obligations
with tho city to continue brldso opera
t.lnd!ey M. Garrison, Receiver for
the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company,
to-day applied to the' Public Service
Commission tor permission to reeumo
partial service on the Park Slope
line, which has been sbut down elnco
the strike last fall. Mr. Garrison
plans to operate the line only Jn the
morning and evening rush hours and
not a tall on Sundays and hbllduys
from Park Circle to Borough Hall.
'BOAT UNE 'SNAPS, DUCKED.
Five of iSblps Crew (Dragged From
The forward of two lines by which
a lifeboat waa being hoisted from the
water to the promenade deck of the
steamship Uberaba, at Bush Terminal,
Brooklyn, to-day, parted when the
boat was 70 feet in the air. It hung
suspended by the after line.
Five of six members of the, crew
wbb were In the boat were thrown
into the water. They were dragged
out by men on the pier nnd escaped
with bruises and a wettlug. The sixth
man, Joae I'ora. had his right hand
caught in the pulley at the rearVif
the life boat and bung suspended for
20 minutes until policemen tied a
rnn around hla ibody and lifted him
so that the strain was taken oft bis
hand and be was released.
Jury Out Twenty Minutes,
Returns Verdict in Favor
of Miss Beckett. .
The Jury In the suit of airs. Clara
A. Stclchen against Miss Marian II.
Beckett for $200,000, charging the de
fendant with alienating tho affec
tions of her hudband, Edward A.
Stctchen, an artist, brought tn a ver
dict for the defendant today after de
liberating twenty minutes. Tho trial
lasted iflvo days bofore Justice Co
halan. Sir. and Airs, etelchen, who havo
been estranged for several years: the
defendant, who Is the daughter of tho
late 8urrogato,.Charles Beckett, and
Mrs. etelchen sr. and Mrs, Beckett
were In court when tho Jury an
nounced the verdict
Herbert C. Smyth, counsel for Miss
Beokctt, interrupted Mr, Joyce's sum
ming up for the plaintiff and Justice
Cohalan demanded bo apologize to
tho Court, threatening to adjudge him
In contempt If he repeated tha Inter
ruption. Attorney Smyth plcadod to consider
the reception accorded Xg StoJchen by
tho plaintiff nrhon ho -returned from
tho war1, and ipolnted out tle temper
ament exhibited by Mrs. Stoichon In
a letter concerning Isadora Duncan,
tho dancor. Mr. Joyce, In summing
up, called the Jury's attention to tbo
fact that counsel for tho defendant
bad not been able to present wit
nesses from the Stclchen's estate In
Voulangls, ITance, to prove that bis
clU'nt was Jealous.
Mr. Stelchen and his wlfo were re
called to the stand when tho trial
was resumed this morning. They
both Identified financial statements
made out by Mrs. etelchen at the re
quest of her husband, to show where
his money bad been disbursed.
Mr. Stelchen told of eendlnir his
wife S6.3S durintr the wars 1915 nnd
1916. He also placed b500 in a bank
In America to her account whon he
went to war. Liberty bonds, he testi
fied, were given to his daughters.
Mrs. Stelchen. told of the Increased
price In household commodities with
which she was using his money.
WOULD BUY BACK
Realty Associates Offer io Take
Back City Purchase at Price
Mitchel Administration Paid.
William M. Greve, ropresentlng the
Reality Associates, has offered to buy
back from the city at the same price
tho Rockaway Beach land the com
pany sold the city for about $1,300,-
000 during tho Mitchel Admnllstra
tlon. Comptroller Craig at to-day's
Sinking Fund Commission meeting
suggested If the city accepts the offer
of the real estate company tho price
paid must Include back taxes and In
terest Tho Comptroller's rcportwas
referred to tho committee of "the
wholo of the Sinking Fund Commis
sion. There was another ipublic hearing
to-day pn the question whether the
city should' make a free gift ot tpart
of Jock) "Rlls'lPark to the Javy De
partment for air station ipunpoecs. No
action was taken, however, the Sink
ing tuna Commission "postponing do
clslon for three months.
FOR NEW HOSPITALS
Senate Passes Separate Bill
Sends It to Conference
w A HTTrNGTO N, March 3. The Sen
ate adopted to-day and sent to confer
enco a bin providing approximately
15.pO0.O00 for additional hospital facll
itloa for disabled service men.
Tho appropriation was contained in
the Sundry Civil Bill, but after tlie Sen-
ato nas oeen aavisea mat measure very
probably would fall. It was decided to
inciuae me nospitai item in a separate
No cigarette has
tho same delicious
flavor as Luoky
Lucky Strlko is the
10 BE LIKE THAT ' '
Former Speaker's Body to Lie
in State in Capitol at j(
WASHINGTON, March 3. A
tribute such as usually Is reserved for
Presidents who die in office weyrU
plannod to-day for Champ Clarfc 0
Tho body of tho former Speaker of ' ' .
tno House, who died yesterday, wlllv
Ho in state in cither tho rotunda ot' I
tho Capitol or on tho floor of the '
House, probably the latter. Funeral I
services win be held In tho House .
Chamber at 10.30 o'clock Saturday 1
morning. President Hardin will be .
one of those who will attend tho fu- .
noral If lio can make arrangements. "
so closely following bis Inauguration. ' -Mr.
.Clark and Mr. Harding were
After the funeral Sorvien linrA t-hn
body will be taken on a special train
to St- Ixmis, arriving there Sunday
noon. It will lie In state until Sunday
evening and then bo taken to Bowllnir
Grccn for burial In tho midst of itr,
Clark's homo scones.
Clto,iho prcss of legislative mat
ters, tno llousa win mti,. in it.
- ..... - ,M IW MUI n
;.L?n &our to-nSfat to culoglzo tho
rormcr Democratic leader. Ills politl.
col friends for the last qusxtor of a
century will apeak. Including "Uncle
Joe Cannon, Representative James
?h. ?Ian,,V, ""no's: Representative
Ilucker, Missouri, and others.
,J3scaJ't "yropatby poured In
from all parts of tho country. Among
those wbo telegraphed to Mrs. Clarlt
wcro President-elect Harding. Col,
IS. M. HoUSa W. G. MeAHnn to...
uov. loi oi juio, former President
tuwaras or New Jersey?
Gov. Stophens of California and Sam-
A. cam from President and Mr.
Wilson bore the message In tho Presi
dent's handwriting: "Mrs. Wilson and
I unite In heartfelt sympathy."
ITS TUITION FEES
Increase From SSo to $75 a Year;
Law, Education and Divinity
CAaiBRIDGE. Mass.. .March 3. An"
increase In tuition fees at Harvard Unl- -verslty.
made necessary by an advance '
In expenses and an estimated deficit for "
this year of more than 1 3 00,0-00, was" '
announced by the corporation and the
Board lt Overseers to-day, J
In Harvard College.- tho Engineering,'
School, the Graduate School of Arts and
Sciences, the School of Architecture, the
School of Landscape Architecture and t
the Busaey Institution, the tuition fee l
ginning next September. Stipends of 1
scholarships will be increased at tha
In the Medical School an 'Increase
from U25 to J300 will becomo ofocU.o
with those entering next year. All
students In tho Dental .School must pay
a 1200 annual fee. The Law School rate
remains stationary. The Graduate
School of Education and Divinity School
are not affected.
John n. "Wllloachbjr Obtain Dtrerc
Supreme Court Justice Tompkins In
White Plains to-day granted an In
terlocutory decree of divorce to John
B. Wlllqughby, a wealthy merchant
of Dobbs Kerry from hla wife, Mrf.
Polly Wllloughby. Tho Willoughbys
were married at Dobbs Ferry on Jan.
1. 1914, nnd havo no children. Joseph
F. McIIugh, a New York detective,
testified he hired a room in a board
ing houso at Dobbs Ferry where Mrs.
Wllloughby lived after separating
from her husband,, swore that, with
other detectives, he made a raid on
the .room, finding the defendant with
a man. There was no defense.
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