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THE EVOKING WORLD, FRIDAY, M ARO H S, rg21
AN'T HAVE GOOD
.TIME IN U. Sl, SAYS
I. i T:
Spirit of Blue Laws Already
'Here, Society Matron Says,
!MUS!CALES "TOO 'NOISY."
hSociety Rallies to Support of
Woman Whose Neighbors
"I am sorry things havo oomo to
noli a pass in America one cannot
v o. good time Tho spirit of Uio
Iub Laws ncems to Ue here even If
the laws thomselves are not "
( Tola was the comment Mrs. Richard
r. "Wilson, whoso husband Is u brother
Bf Mrs. Cornelius Vandcrbllt. Mrs.
)gdcn Goclct and M. Ornie Wilson.
nvado to-day to an Kvoning Wor.d
reporter ovr.r the summons which re-
nulrcd her appearance this afternoon
tho "West Kidft Court to determine
it the Tnuslcalefl at her home. No o
Wost 37th Street. Here so noisy
"disorderly" Tlio charge in i.
Ohildo liaasum. nn artist, living
mi the floor above tlm Wilsons, mia
'raiic'.s Xewten. also an artist, w host
homo Is on the Uoor below
"Some, of tlm people who live around
fine." Airs. Wilson roni in'ioil. "do not
Wftm to u.,ipivciul muwe I omo
! some of iise greatest musts here 10
cntcrta n tny guests, ami amonjr I he
atter me. some of tlie best people in
New York They llko the mustc and
appreciate u and It i sonu of tho In
centives wiuoh draws Lhein 10 my
"Just why Mr. HanF.;im and Mr.
i Newton have conrplaluod is beyond
' mo Mrs Lenscn. who lives on my
floor, never complains. She even
1 toys s3ie leave her door open 10 us
lo heur tlio mimic. ll Virginia
Roosevelt, another lennnt on tins
floor, says she doesn't oven hear I lie
music. K O lloppe, the English
artist, also on this floor. declares he
has never been disturbed 'by n;
"Lp to 'ast l)eienbi I li.i.i jr,a.
sionally a band or an oicbe&tiu 10
play for my guests, but I realized
perhaps this made somewhai too
Society Helps Mrs. R. T. Wilson
In Court Fight Over Musicales
Sard to Have Served on Washing
ton Force and to Be 'Wanted'
' for Homicide.
At the request of tho Washington,
D. C police two men were arrested
early to-day at Eighth Avenue and
125th Street by Detective Sergeant
Lowls llymnns arid Detectives Kerr,
Lynch and England.
The two men, said formerly to have
been attached to the Washington
police forco, described themselves as
five ret t II, Irwin, twenty. six years
old. of No. 300 Htli iStreet, 8. W
Washington, and Valentine Condar,
bwenty-scven years old, of No. 4Sf 13
Street, S. W.. Washington. The
police say they admitted being sought
In Washington, but would not discuss
the charge preferred against them
According to detectives who mado
tho arrests, tho two arc Vanted in
connection with the death of Henry
I'nrkcr, a negro who was shot on KtH-
da in Wauhlngton during u dispute
over the sain of a .quantity of liquor
ami died Baturuny
lll Mull Order llour Cuts Wugra
CHICAGO. March t. Wage cuts of
3,000 employees of Soars, Itoobuok
tt r"otirpan were announced tn-ilay
Other employees' fillurlci" v. Ill be
nh.'l.ed sooti. official ad,
GO ASHORE IN FOG
High Seas Pound 0-7 In Long
Island Sound, While 0-8 Is
Stranded In Buzzard's Bay.
l&jtcbl to Ttw enlo World.)
NEW LONDON, Conn, March 4.
The submarine 0-7, which left Bos
ton for New London yesterday morn
ing, ran aground on Wilderness Point,
Fisher's Island, In the tog last night.
Coast Guard boats took off sixteen of
the crew of twonty-clght whllo surf
was running high, and tho men aro
now at Fisher's Island Coast Ouard
Two of the Sootfa Wrecking Com
pany's tugs, an eagle boat and a
naval tug arc trying to-day to pull
the 0-7 Into deep water. She Is a
stone's throw from the southern end
of Flatter's Island shore. Tho sub
marine is In command of Lieut. Philip
Stranded 0-8 Moved 200 Feet Aloitg
Hooka of Uusiard'a Bar
NEW BEDFORD, Mass., Moroh 4.
After moving the stranded United
States submarlno 0-8 200 feet ulong
tho rocks at tho east end oi Ponlkoso
Island In Huzsard's Hay, the Coast
guard cutter Acushnet temporarily
abandoned the taask early today.
Another attempt will be made to re
lease the undersea boat at high tide)
Tho O-l struck during a fog late
yesterday. Tlio crow remained on tea
vessel, which rested easy during tho
niffht, Navy authorities said thore
was no danger unless a heavy north
west wind set In.
Tho Cuttyhunk coast guard . row In
a power boat, and' tho mine sweeper
Grebe, with tho Acushnet, stood by
to render asslstanco it an emergency
DEAD POLICEMAN IN CANAL
llrriutau Missing Slnor Uer, O Had
c Worried Over Ireland.
John Oradslww, eaptaln Of a Standard
Oil barge, disturbed the waters in
Oowatvus Canal In the vicinity of Frt
Street while tying up his vessel to-dar.
In the swirling dbrls lie saw the body
of a man dad in a police uniform and
dragged It out with the help of his
Hy mark 00 Ua eatform nd 1
shield number the body was
as tliat of rotfenman Daniel
of Oie Hamilton Avenue, Brooktytv,
tion, who lied ben missing alnee
9. There were 00 aigns ot vlolenel'
Drennan, who wan a native of-JretandJt'J!
had been worrying over condition In
that eointry, where many of bis tela'
Drennan was Xorty-Yilr yean 'old ani-':
Hvpd at No. 1(92 lllh Awmu. UrnnblvM'"
with his wife and fourteen-year-old son, '
The Maris Shop
A Floor of Complete Masculinity
murii -.ound. :.o 1 (letermined to roiego
that kiml r muslcnle. Wince then
tlieie It.i m been no mufic have that of
the piano, violin or voice, and I can
not see how 1 bey would disturb
any one "
' .Mrs. Wilson's friends have rallied
to her defeiiHC and promised to ap
pear for her in court, am.ing them
Kr.infc A. -Munsey. Oliver tlurrlman.
Albert Morris Uagby, and Miss Iilsle
Lenssen. n slnser. who occupied the
Wilson studio lat wltiter
Mr N'cn'inn declined to disuusu the
matter, but the artist's complaint
wan on account of the "noise" ut a
muslrale given by Mrs. WiLeon on
the evening or Feb. !0 to a few
'riends' The soloists were Arturo
Konucci, ce list, and Uuido Agosu.
About midnight the bell of the Wil
son apartment rang and when tho
door was opened two policemen ap
lwarcd. They told her u complaint
hud been made of the noiso In her
roonni and added that it must cease
I at once. They were Invited In, and
' when they saw the guesis seemed
much "put out" over the duty to
! which they had been assigned.
.Mrs. Wilson ilia not permit the In
terruption to Interfere with her pro
gramme, though the music after that
wan barely audible. She thought the
I Incident closed wfth tho complaint of
the", neighbor and was astonished
I when she was served with tho himii
mons I Ampng Mrs Wilson's guests at the
I Feb. 20 nuiHiciile complained ol weie
'Mrs Horatio Slater. Mr and Mis.
' Joeph II. Hunt, Mis. James Loweil
Putnam. Albert Morris Uagby, Mis.
Chauneey Oleott, Mrs .James I J. Ung-i-!n
Mis. Alfred M He.idleon. Mis
Onkletgh Hhnielandir Harris Hr..wu,
liesier Alien Art'ir. Major I M
'.iuai dabassi and Itobe-r M lie
Among arrivals ufior the dinner were
Mr and Mrs Oliver Hurriimn) r-ann
Monsev iirM 01 he- friends
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at the remarkably
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906 Broad St.
MAIL THIS COUPON
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Pull details of our remarkable
Important Short Cuts in This Era of Worldwide Rapid Transit
Are the Express Elevators to The Man's Shop at Lord 6k Taylor
II' II II hi III I I ss1Pl !
THOSE glimpses of what a fas
tidious man wears underneath,
betraying his first Springlike exu
berance his scarf and his 'shirt.
Scarfs are crowding into The
Man's Shop beautiful grenadines
from Italy and moire silks which
arc genuine Spring blossoms from
Italian grenadines in particular, in
stripes which blend soft greens and
browns and lavenders at the old,
original, pre-war price for these most
satisfactory of scarfs. Others in ver
nal blues, with spots of old gold, and
in the mellow mixtures which are
silk's nearest approach to heather.
Lord & Taylor
38th Street FIFTH AVENUE Wih Street
Spring Out jits for Chauffeurs in (lit Lirtry Dtpartmtnt
The Man's Shop Express Elevators
Regimental and college stripes in
silks of rich texture perennially
smart and deing into the small
knot required by the low turn
And a custom shirt shop, exclu
sive in its privacy as it is versatile
in its offerings of the new materials
which are being worn abroad, in
madras and cords and silks.
From this custom shop, which is
the heart of The Man's Shop shirt
department, comes the incentive for
of ready-to-wear shirts. Spring is
already a passenger in
the Express Elevators.
Starting Today, SCHULTE Cigar Stores Place on Sale
PORTO RICAN CIGARS
The F cl Ol O U S
8c and 10c
El Tor os
box of 50
10c Sizes Portina cut to Q for 9(lr
($3.33 for box of 50) -J! VV
12c and 2 for 25c Sizes cut to Q for 9Cr
($4.15 for box of 50) tfctfOP'
15c Straight Portinas cut to 1
($5.00 for box of 50) J J
Mail Orders Filled
promptly if addressed to A. Schulte,
Dept. 70, 388 Broadway, New York
City. Add lOe to eh box of 50 for
postage and inaioranoe.
On Sale In All
Schulte Cigar Stores in New York,
Brooklyn, Yonkers, White PJalru,
Newark, Paterson and Elizabeth,