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rq?HE EVEiriirg woretj, fbiday march 4,
H REVEALED OF WILSON'S
jCoattiraeA ryom Firnt rape.)
cold easily added to thto lint of
;itufolw, wood row WltsMx took up
arduous duties or the Presidency
th tar loss physical equipment than
Ins ipufcUo EsnertUly garn him credit
The rornn9 of complexities -which
brought Mr. "Wilson pratoe On ono side
ead damnation on tho other was not
tear In starting' and continued to In
areas until to-day.
1 nco, In tho rroirtratlon of the first
bt lits present Illness, ho de
Jliated with him salt whether he ought
vhoot reJInqulnh bis ofllco and trlvc
fWny to a suooensor. loiter, when
Xth had Improved and the Demo
tic Convention at Han Francisco
balloting nftcht and day to agree
a Presidential nominee, Mr. W1I
eofi debated with himself whether he
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Volumes could bo written of the In
MJtti Atonr of Urn Ailmlnlxtrutlnn. One
hi lnolude the "Inside" story of
e break with Col. llouse, bis former
bed at 2 o'clock ono morning,
raatlcally charged tho French dfllo-
mica witu uuMwciiiiK nikit iiiu icwuiiajb
i the Peace Conference proceedlnss.
It fcnlght toll how Mr. Wilson made
ivapinci ouiccra auer uia resignation
Vt ! Secretary Lansing, but desisted,
K it would only a,,tl the lm"
on that he "couldn't get Along
w -il ajigiit nwo ibu Air. vyitnon
Attftld with a smile" to Lloyd George
might disclose that Mr. WllsOn
t to the Peace Conference pre-
do, in Its midst.
Daring the d.pkvmatlo correspond
with Germany he displayed
ny homely human omotlons.
Ob May 7, 1915, when Mr. Wilson
jLAisltanla, ho was almost at llio
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uiuuuu uia uiuuju uu ttiiuiv nun .u
iVo vent to his emotions on other
pecaa'.ona and baa boun known to
My' something stronger than tho
itfltnt TliitvAVPr polrl nnrl nllMtorA
tie may, have been a jumod in ms
resident has remained In Woshlng-
alter coing out of omce. Mr.
llion llrat intended to llvo in Baltl-
IIo and Mrs. Wilson settled
fey playing a game the President
invented during an Idle hour on tho
jner George Washington on one
the peace conference trips. lialtl
re won. but breakdown and con-
Illness intervened ana it was
Milled to remain in Washington,
almost all of Mrs. Wilsons
II v reside.
Tho new home, bought recently, is
on elevation in tne nortnwest rcai-
enoe section not rar irom a site long
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rnment for embassy. Mr. Wilson
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a soot where the KuLsor oxnectod
AjnDassaaor to biu
iBecatiee of the secrecy which has
thrown around his pnysioal oon-
nterosted In that Just now. Mr. wil-
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IUH-rrom wiiat medically is
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of the arteries on tne right side
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iVVaiians up ara uuwii siuira js a pro-
Air. Wilson was not stricken on the
rue ox Nations speaKing trip in
Wont as is popularly Hupposed,
but within a week after It Warning
slimam warn what nausod his return.
Vw three days after he come baak
ho seemed to bo improving, and the
ntarht before tdaved blllards. The
eclzuro came In tho night, at an hour
when tho President was aiono, anu
he was found stricken just before
For a week his if was despaired
of, but his real condition was kept
eecret by his family. Then oame a
turn tor tne Deiter ana ior tunny
weeks the President was confined to
his bed a bed In which Abraham
Lincoln before him probably had
nassed manv a nltrht of mln and
sleeplessness. Hven the White House
barber was not Admitted to the room,
and Mr. Wilson, usually clean snaven.
grew a beard, and made humorous
remarks lo his physicians and family
as ho brushed It for amusement sev
eral times a day. At one time an
operation waa considered, with tho
chanoos all against hl recovery
Motor nerves which hnd refused to
ronpond to needle prlchs sliowed
signs of reaction. Mstsage, electric
ity and everything known to science
w-r employed to ooax his muscular
faculties back into action, lie iook
un a routine of a few hours work
narh day llotatlnr to alenogmphars
and Increased the tlmo as strength
One evening he mirprlsM Washing
(in Ihv imlnir to the theatre and walk'
lug only with the aid of a cane. He
protwifcly never will play golf again
and may never deliver another public
Washington -will now have a Prel-
dent and one of tne two living ox
Presidents on Its hands and otneial-
dom Is very much Interested to seo
how It will work out.
$135,000 SUIT FOR HOOCH.
Uqaor Dealer Act Against Dry
OHIcInU After flclsnrr.
Suit was entered to-day by Qeorgo
Aturno It Co., No. 368 University Ave
nue, .the Dronx, for 1110,000 worth of
liquors, declared to have been illegally
seized by Prohibition en for ement
agents, and for $25,000 damages ad
ditional. The complaints are directed
against Supervising Agent Chapln, of
ficially and personally; Irador Einstein
and six other deputy agents. The
liquors, seized Saturday, were reponeu
bv the raiders to lie worth tROO.OOO.
There were 2,000 canes of whiskey, 25
barrels or wiiWKey end reu oarreis oi
wine in tne lot.
Judee Mantoti to-day rmstalnl
Gnverjiment demurrers to suits en
tered tiy Georgn J. Dunnullan, an
counsel for flltvaer UroUiers, No. 167
Third Avenue. V. II. Washer. No.
3SC3 Broadway and Ajeuo c com
nanv. Inc. No. 131 Wooater Street
agatrwt prohVbltlon officials for un
authorized oelsures. Assistant U. 8.
A4torn'y John Fine contended thp
sulta were faulty In thurt Hiey did
not name the actual owners of the
seized liquors. The value of Uie
liquors la about 1200.000.
Wrst Hor 1" YorUvlIle" Sent to
Henry Kmerson, seventeen, of No. 314
Bast SJ1 Street, described to Judge
Nott by teacher of rubllc School No.
190 In East Sid Street as "tho worst
boy In Torkville." was sentenced to
Sing Sing for from ten to fifteen years
for atrocious assault on a waitress In a
restaurant In Hast 76th Street. lie was
convicted on, tivldenco that he led a
tiand of seven Into the place, who start
ed a pretended debt from whloh ho
offered to rescue tho waltrcvs by tak
ing her into the backyard, where she
waa attacked by oil the members of the
Annoyed I-ntvyrr, Put on Probation
. Klsle Waldo, authoress, who lives at
the Martha Washington Hotel, pleaded
guilty to-day before Magistrate McGeo
han In Morrlsunla Court to part of a
disorderly charge preferred by Paul
Rudl of No 120 Broadway and was placed
on probation for six months. Hudl
charged that after he withdrew as her
attorney m a J60,000 breach of promise
action Hgalnut an army ofllcor she an
noyed him by written and telephonic
crltlolims. She admittoa telephoning to
Col. Norton I13ate Pnt at ilt,Om.
Mrs. Florence Norton of No. 262 De
catur Street, Drooklyh, tq-day applied
to Surrogate Wingate In Brooklyn for
letters of administration of the estate
of her husband, Col. Frank H. Norton.
Decision was reserved. Mrs. Norton
said that there waa no real eatnte, and
that the personal property did not ex
oeed 110.000. Col. Norton, who died
recently, was Colonel of the od 23d
AVnnteil to See the Inauguration,
Nloholas Vcveney wanted to see Pres
ident Harding Inaugurated', ho told Mag
istrate Dowd In the Ttrldgo Plaza Ccirt
to-day, ro hi crawled Into a box car he
thought was ibound for Washington and
went to M'cp. He was awakened and
arrested toy a jneclal pntrolmsu of the
I&uitcrn District Terminal Depot. He
was sent (o Kayuiond Street Jail as a
arc POSITIVELY the
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Sizes 1-2 $7.00
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LEASE; KEEPS FLAT
Lessee Allows Actress to Have Pos
session of Her Apartment
Consents to Injunction,
Miss Jeanne Kagles, an actress,
maintains posaenslon of her' apart
ment at No. W West 7bh trcet by
an action brought befom Supreme
Court Justice ICrlanger to-day. Miss
mglea obtained ft court order re
straining the lesseen of tlio building,
the .1. & T. Cousins Company, from
Interfering with hor possession. The
Injunction waa consented to by the
attorneya for tho defendant.
Mlm Raffle W h lease on the
floor which expires Skwt. 30 next, nml
whlah includes a renewaf clause for
one yoar. The Cousins Company has
taken a twenty-oneyear lease on
the bulldhig. in tend In to use the
ground floor as a als room and
the upper floors as slock rooma. The
company is now making alterations
In the building. It purchased the
lease of tho tenant on tho fourth
floor the first three floors -wore va
cant when the company leased the
Imlldlmr the defendant', attorneys
told the court, for 11.500. but they
preferred to let -Miss Bagles get hor
injunction to paying mer o,vuu,
which eho demanded.
30,000 IN LINE MARCH 17.
Other Cltlr in Send Delegation
la At. Patrick's War 1'arnilr.
More than 30.000 will parade In Man
hattan on St. Patrick's Day, it was an
nounced to-day by Itoderlok J. Ken
nedy, Chairman of the Committee on
Arrangements, who stated contingents
linve been promised from Bridgeport,
New lloctiejie and Toronto, jnnaua.
inn IIIUUPHIIU IIIHIl.liri B IV HI WI11D
from Brooklyn, 5,000 from Queens nnd
9.40(1 from Stnten Island. The parade
on Fifth Avenue will include a com
bination of all organizations of the
Ancient Order of Hibernians, the Sons
of Irish Freedom, the Clan Na Oacl and
tn oaeilo league in tne entire cuy.
IlAdeee. mottoes and floats are belli?
designed "by a committee of which John
Carroll is Ohalrman.
COPS ARE HAPPY;
NO TROUSER CUFFS
Commissioner Rescinds Order and
Policemen Can Wear Their Last
Year's Summer Garment.
Tap the eurbstono with the night
stick, blow the whlatlc, clang the patrol
wagon bell, Iet joy be unconHoed In
every police station,
The Commissioner has recalled the
order for "two-Inch false cuffs cm
summer uniform trousers.
"General Order 36, Police Headquar
ters, 1920," putting the false cuds on,
meant that 20,000 pairs of new trousers
must be bought forthwith and 20,000
pairs of laat year's trousers, no matter
If In serviceable condition, must be
.The resultant deep bass roar from
Tottenville to Wakefield and from
Jamaica to Charles Street waa beard
In Centre Stroet,
"O, O. 6, 1. U. Q., 1021" has been
promulgated. It .rescinds "Q. O. 16.
r. H. QA 1920."
Aevnsea T.aandry Collectors
Steodtnr Diamond JJrooob,
Robert Lana of Na COM Filth Avenue
and WllUam Glass of No. 0618 Sovon
teenth Avenue, both of Brooklyn, were
held In $1,000 each to-day by Magistrate
Drown In tho Dates Avenue Court,
ohargtd with grand larceny. Tho com
plainant, Mrs. Christina Oberle of No,
1562 President trcet, alleged that a $225
diamond brooch she Inadvertently lett
attached to a waist was stolen by the
defendants, laundry collectors, while
they -were taking her clatlie'i In a laun.
dry on Feb. 21.
NO CRIME WAVE IN 'BRONX!
Grand Jury Ilcnorts (It Is "Con-
Nlileuntin by Ita Atence."
The Dronx Grand Jury reported tq
Supreme Count Justlre Vernonj M.
Davis to-day, that "crime was con
spicuous by Its absence" in that bor
ough. George B. Cortelyou, Presi
dent of the Consolidated Gas Com
pany, as foreman, and ueorgo w.
T'nrkln lr. as Secretary of the Jury.
Other members are Leonard Gleger
leh Jr., son of Supreme Court Justice
Glegerlch and I'rof. Thomas S. Ioner-
limy Ii vt iniinrwnrnia wore re
tvrned 'y tlic? Tribruary a rand Jury.
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This price on froc&s of
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straight line and apron
front tunics; basque
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many with smart
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