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KING? CREDITORS
AGAIN SEEK MONEY
Woman's Suit for $9.000 Lent
to Bankrupt's Wife May
Reopen Case.
FINANCES MUCH INVOLVED
Mrs Prcislor Asserts Lawyer
Indorsed Notes on Which
She Advanced the Sav.
ings of ,4 Years.
I > ml usa til? d 51 starda* In " a
? i .
K
Ml Kli Isnd
. ? ?? . ?
?? ! ' ? ! ? Klngslsnd,
fter much : I
1
nlng rtf the
? 1 . ? ? \
In whl? t. 1 h<
. ? ". :;iiarn
II. ft of No. I ? er si
? . ? 1 1 ?,, ? ?. .. t ,
. ?. ? ? 1
S ? .??.?i h.s mother 1 " I
t, were lavoir? d
III Kit 1 r.d a sob of th<
\tnbrr..-? c K gsland, former Mayor of
n?**. \o-k. and his ?????' was his ?
?Both ha and Mia Ahble J. Trarla were
? der the will of Danl? . C.
\-i?l? a
? ? I ?-? upon Tii*- ?l? ath of
William M. Kinf-sinnd. the Ufa beae
?
' ? ? ? r to Wintam m K
land's ?irath i.oth Mrs. Travis aad I ?t
aon-la?! ?????
iipor: 'h part Inter? I
ti??? rxfri lee I? gscj. When tl
u 1 ? all] ?? Btrlbut? d, In "?'". It d? r? I?
? r''i that the assignment claims of Mrs
X 1 >" ? ? ' ? actual p i't In the
more than xftl,SS9, while the
equity of Albert A. Klngsland ?i?'
from more than *-:::."???.? to H?.*???'.. which
was turned ovei to the truste?*! In Mr
K ? bsTku d'a Hi -t bai f.; apt? y.
Lent Her Their S-?vings.
Ths fi??tioii against Mrs. .i??nni?* T.
i? ngslai . ? -i* by Mrs. Preisler
i?ft??r main 1 ?recover money which
represent? "? na*s of fourteen years
.-.I -A.Tk, the plslntlff's husband, Vic?
tor '' ' ? l] Il ?vas In
he 1 lid, that he and I - a ?? were
bj th?' promises of a lawyer to
? ? ring ' i .-?'?'.an? e them
to Mm Trsvli ."i an ssalgntnent of In
i? "?si in the s?late of ?Daniel C, Kli
I
mat l said about thf
thai had r?'0, ? 'I*"1
1 -, Mr. Pi ? .-'? r d? clai ? ?! with b
??? - th? m? noy
? it ? ? i" >_an t'>
? r an Inkling of th?? real situation.
W I tat? ?vas .]i'.i'!???t It <!?vl
ope? thai the ?Pretsler claim, though al?
1 I thi 1 ourts, ? otdd n"i be satis?
? ... Mrs. Travis was ? it
igfa to take ut? all the ? arii? r
nts ami the Interest that had
' ' . ?] upon them.
At th<? time "t the loan ti.? lawyer who
for it ?.-.->-, ? i- ? Preislers 1
.. se-curlty In ths ?'.rm ..: personal
M lern le T. Klngslano, In?
i by him. It ?.?as ?.n 1 hi -?
thai lie and his ???if*? no??- hoped t" )??
("???r th?-ir savings, Mr. 1 ???l
Under s spendthrift trust es1 ? '
bv the win ?.f Ambrose Klngsland, his
.?-..n. Albert A. King land, has bisen en?
,"\ir,^- an ii.. urn?? of *?:?>.??'?? for ?many
'??si.?, in *??: Mr Klngsland went ?
bniikriK't. \' for the Bret tirii". Ha Was
discharged after a settlement agreei ?
by which the unaecured en eelv?ed
at ?.-'?Tit.a on tha ?loilar. while the ?secured
ones took v? ?seats on the dollar
AbMa .1 Travis s>ii?.r. ?i in th? set
on elalsaa amounting to ?$l_o,?X)0 out ot a
lOtBl g| J
Estate To Be Distributed.
Mr K ngaland had th?**n 1 residuary ir.
ttrifi m th<? f-FtHt?" of Henry P. KJ gi
iHnd, -s'hii-h was turned o?? r to ti-.p bank
?f.:pt t;r'"n the settlement agreemert. This
??tat?. Is now nt'Oiit t?i be distributed, an?l
Albert A, Klngsland's ghara win j?i
arnour.t t<- aJasoal H I "'
Two yea is later, ??. C?ttober ?M, Mr
Xingaland was- again in bankrupt?!?, bul
this time no iips.-ts were discovered, and
Um < i?'iiit"!r- bewail? d a **onplete lo -
Tkrsj wars mostly tradasf?eopla who had
supplied tho ?-?innsland he*u**enold with
1 ??????.?.?arles of llf?*?, furniture and othi-r
?roods.
The FerT.d piQ.anMll*. hns now? been
ri^.p? i.r-it on behalf of a rr? ditor Whi
> .,;->.<? to e??t ns'do ill" arranrf-rnrnts mads
in th? tirst [H SfiSllfllni conc.-rnlri* the l*e?
??'.di.nry lot? lest In th?? Henry r. KlnEs
lar.d aatata. It is understood this Inter
?ra-? has baea ? ?signed iy Mr. Kliga'e***^
I artly 10 his wlf?? and r?artly to a firm of
lawyer?, st.oi.id tha conteatlon that this
<???ate :*-houl?1 have bren turn"?l over for
?he benefit of th?- rnditors in the ??.-rond
ranktiiftev prooiedlng b?? su_laln??d l y
the ???-..,rts, th?? ?reditors may be ablB to
?.ri.vrr part of their ?lalms.
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? : the
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I
DIED MIDST EASTER PLANS
Retired Mill Official and His Wife Apparently Overcome
by Gas While Preparing Home at Garfield, N.J.,
for Day of Festivity.
? . ..?? ? 1 .
\ J Marc! 24 ?Dead
l, id.- bodies ??f H? rtnan
m II? .,i. u.-?'i official of th'- ?Botan)
Ihli city, ati.i ?
? ? found at i lelr home, So
Qarfleld, near
: .ii to-da ? >* hen i h? po?
. thelt i.?--' ? Mi M ? ?
even - i a ??!?i and his ???? ife
Bvi ?-"'iiitv Phjsi? Ian Aimsii i I
Rutherford, conducted ??n Investiga?
ti??ti tl aft? : ?oi and pronoun? ? ?? d? ath
? i-,?.n v> gas. H?- said Ihej
had died some time between Thursday
? .1 1'ii.ia? morning
The . ou| - - ' -. ? \ neighbor*
? ?n Saturda* laal
\ \ ? w \i ill? - estati dealer o?
w , ?-- Qai u? d, ? son "f
.; . led I i t them Hi.-?
ktii" ?.'?!? he a ?'in
. \ ng them lo I ? out. Hear?
im; nothing from la over thi
: ?' ? eh end. 1 nine an?
? iri.'.i all doora I ul fo ind lh? m I? ? ked
Newspapers i- ng In the hall f"i ?
?ih> i attract? ?i hi attention, h?- t> poi ted
thr mint? r t?? the poll? ? . and 171 el Foi
-? i.t Patrolman !'.? nn? ma lo In ?
He fon ed opei g door and found the
. ou pie ?l? ad In g bedroom M s, M
irai In i"?i and Mr. Mull? neai ihe
door on the Boor il" had appa
awakened, but had been oi.me while
trying to reach the dooi A gas |ei was
open Thei e wei ?- evldenc? i ol pi ?
tinns fui Bast? r and this causes ?
' ..!' .. gUi? 111? I'.l? 1
Mi Mull? r waa m puted to tie n ? ?
1 on ti ng consid?rai le real ? I idihg
, i he home In ? hi? h i hej lived, It ws re?
ported there had been several farnllj
?quarrels over financial mntt? v. . and i .it
hoi i j over tin- '? .i tl ?? couple to ? nd
theii
I FOLKS WARNS FUSIONS
TO KEEP THEIR PLED(
Will Expose Aldermen Who \
Ap'iiinst Moving Picture
Ordinance To-day.
' Subt? rl pea excuses 11 ?i ? spis ng
?a : l no long? r be toi? rat? ?i bj constlti
? -.. t? w ho ?I? sire prop? r lei
lion and will at ? etect and r<
ate ? u conduct.*'
Th - ? .- I lagt i
'oik i I? ad? r of tli o it
majoi in In lh< Board of Md rmei
the eve of anoiiv i altempt t.. pass
i-'"ik- moi Ing plctun nee al
I ti.?- ?board this afternoon
? ? - ; i tea 1 pass i ordim
On pap? the fu ? - av? thai m
Ai n matt? i of t.i? i. it ? ? . ?
group of ih? m who, mov'i i- ra?
"t nth h are >et t
hav? been doll i i i In i
power i" def? al 11 Is and othi i fu
'? gislatlon
AM't man Folks i.ntioi
i ?vi? i of aldermen Issi i Ighi bul i
? .-,.! tO '1" " 11
th? ae men !?? ratal to?day In their o
sltion,
Mr Polks di elan d thai th* v.? ?'???
am) i eati ii al Inti n sis were the n
. of opposition t ? the ordlnan? ?
cause of the Increased seating caps
and bettei ac ommodatlom provld? d
moving plctun houses
- more ? ompetltlon and lees >
dendg fo thi (heati ?? usl nu a ?
. ?? business," he dt cl ?
Having fall?**d In killing the ordii ?
entirel; Mr, Polks bi lievw the Intel ?
will favor the Dowling amendment, wl
provides for the elimination of gallei
Th? -? ? ? ? "? Ided for In the o? v
with i he ?condition thi i l
shall be outside ? i I
Alderman Ftolka referred to the "a
trary demand" of Canon Chase, of Bro
lyn, foi .i .sorshlp provision in th?
He d-eclared Ihe den
seemed to be "unmindful ?if the elfecl
serviere which he has done, apparently
ently, to the vested Interests an?
few Tammanj politicians, who Join **
) v iti denoun? Ing the Polk i ordinal ?
SUBWAY DINNER IN APR
Waldorf Feast to Celebra
Signing of Contracts.
?Solution of thi transit problem b)
actual signing of the ?rontracti for
?? ial g* stem la to bi ? ? lebrat? d b?
ner, to 1"? held at tli?- Waldorf
Is? it Is to be held in boi
ti . ml -i ? "i" the Bos rd of ?Satin t?
Apportionment of the Public Servi ? Co
v, former ?'halrman Will ???
fon -. Mayor Beth Low, whose servi?
li bringing the Interborough ?Rapid Tt.
s.t Company ?back ?Mu tha plan ?ar* '?
.gnii? d.
Upon i ? ? ? all of John 11 Crimmli t
Ittee of ? ;t; tens ? ai org ii Is? d at 1
. ol Robert E Dowling, No :
?a ? ? i iti i la i rti moon Mr Crl
? ? was ? h''-?-ii ? haii n an and a ?
owen I te nami i ? on mitt? a of iff ? n
nplet? ementi
MITCHEL TO*SEE WILSO
New York Official Will Discu?
Bureau of Efficiency.
I ? ' Mltchel cf th? Hoar.I of A
rmei nd Henry Bruere, of the B
:? .i of Municipal Research, v?nt
Washington on th?? ?midnight train la
night t?. i. ? t? . n engagement with Prei
dent Wilson to-day. Th? engagement wi
made at the request of Mr Mltchel, wl
sail last night that he wanted t?. ta
with the President about thf ltitr?-.iiiit-tii
of a bureau of efficiency In thi goven
ment of th" District of Columbia.
The Bureau ol Municipal Research hi
Introduced such bureaui In seven or ?;ki
- and Mr Biuere will explain it
work that the) are doing He bellev?
that if Die President expresses a favoi
able ?.pit.ion of ihi- system it will ? gelt
Interest In the work in ihe minds ?
the officials of other elttea a? ?well as >
Washington.
?President Mltchel li?*? beea suggeste
at various times as n possible appointe
to the Collectorshlp of the port or th
i Matea Attorne: ship it is believe
that lie would ii"t be averse to taking th
latter appointment? although the salar;
la smalL However, ?President Mltchel <!<?
clarad with mm-h ?emphasis that hla ?rigl
with the President woul?! hav.- nothing tt
do with political appointments of an]
? haractaf
?FAGIN LED HIM TO STEAL
Read "Oliver Twist," Then
Snatched a Purse.
H;ii i-v a I 'lampett, thlrt) j ? ara old,
??t No. ?'? ?Park avenue, Mounl V'ernon,
was locked up m Mounl Vernon yester?
day for anatchlng a stiver mesh purse
containing $_ fron Miss Busie Heiser,
ervanl employed In the home of Dr.
\v. P, Qllroy, g civil service commis?
gloner, <>f No. 126 Bbn avenue, Chester
' Hill.
Clampetl is a stenographer employed
in ih?- Union ?Leagu? Club,
Th?- robben wag committed .-? ester?
da) mornlni at Rich and Prospect
avenues, ? fashionable s. i lion <?f
Mount Vernon? and within ? ?stone's
throw of Clampett'a home. Clampetl
offered no explanation f?>i the hoM?up,
b 'i aald he had re? entlj n a.i ??? ?liver
Twist," and had been Impressed b*
the di .-?- rtptlona ..r Pagta's ?school ..r
11 km? In the Btorj n?- was ?held foi
examination to-day,
?
[TO HONOR TRUNGLE DEM
i Memorial Meeting To-day fc
Victims of Fire.
WREATHS FOR THE GRAVE
a
Rabbi Wise and Others Wi
Address Gathering in
Webster Ball.
\ A mei ?
gii - ? ?: and men ?? ho I? ?
! in th" Triangle llr? 01 Marcl
I ?be held l?>-da* n w ? et '?
?i . ? M ?
I sons hai e accepted Invtl
' 1l?e ffath? ritiu
Trier to th? meet inn
. plam st 2 o'clock i ??? i ingli
committee trill go to M ? ? - . ? ? ?
i?r\ \? here i
?:i. ? ? mere burled
? ci sves n II h ?.? real i-.-? Hund
: ? ? ?i fi lend i of th?
I expected to b?
??
j Among '.?
. .. I 81? ? ? i fl -\
bauir and Jacob Pi nkli
, the chah m in. P. DI N?
' relati? es snd frl? of
? Italiai
Although nothii
i ?
Triangle memoi lal i-ommltte?
sttrnd thai one <?' l
? e report
Uli r. sn< es Pe
lary of th?
in this report Miss Perl
?- ' ' lM.it whll?
' mads in se? urlng -..!? !
. i a, conditions In '-? '? ?
for the most part ?
poo, o the i
traged '
The ?report furthei I th?
mittee has mad? si ? ??
??. So t* lotit a In all parta of 1
Sew York ai th?
were I er? fore trsth ol
? ,.
th?? stairways s
more than ? ?? ? ? of t
?
exits, ?? t .. . ? . .
? ? acre 1 I to
y out three foui I
cloned I .? i.
nance, o iieereportfd.il
mlghl o ? al n ? ?
blah i..?? ' 'mmable mal
Regard m th? llrepro??! oft
t'lai ted t b? .??????? ? ?
?cent "f ' ' ? .. ; . ??ntod h run
which th? ??
. ipacit) and the ????? up n
,.' 'i ? ? . d of ov?
>.?... oi ? ol n." inali
angli ? ? ' ? "? '
Na.h *-,.. ,. i.,, t...? I? ? cord ? ? ? '
mitt? e's i * i "-i
?
SEEK CLEW IN KLOTZ CASE
Police Examine Typewriters ir
Highways Department.
I leteetl rs assigne? to th? K >ti
. ai . \|ii' ion spenl part ol ? tei
th? topographl? ??i bur? iu of th? H
menl of Highways, wh. ? Henr*
\? .i - employed i ? draft
typewrltin? -i ? menu from Ihe i
??rs In u ?? there Much time i
takesi In ? xaminli - I he ? the ma
chines
The res ilts were taken to Poll? ? 11? id
quarters, s h< i ? mps
with the typewriting on the wrapper >>i
the bomb which was -?m lo Mi Walker
I a t hat i re wa s a |
m poms ??! the i ? pe
Commissioner ?Doua.er thai
admitting thai he ?v.?- In comm ?
with ? 'sptaln Pi ee ;. nd i.. , ? ? ?". Owei
Bagan, of the Bureau <?i ? lornb
i. f?is? ?i i?, mafc ? know n the
In? esUgatl in thus fai m ide He aid th?
?police were condu? ling s
thorough investigation and thai U would
I.?? .?.t least tu m ?foui ha efore h?*
wo lid ' otnim ni on the i.. ?
tioa
Klots'i condition 11 ws sM al th?
Fordham H-ospItal, I? fah I) g.I ...
will soon be strong enough to tie es
?grained I the police.
e
FINALLY SERVE POLOIST
Process Men Trail Lawrence
Waterbury for Month.
i ,av i ence ?Waterbury, .-. m? mtiei ol 11 ?
tttm thai ?? ill repreaeni Amei lea li d<
fending the Int? rnatlonal polo i
i-' rlbed as ' one of the most expert
dodg? i -? In New Voi k" by pr< erv?
\? ho have tri? d f"i s month to aei ?.?- him
in a suit. Fini m to
\\ aterb in lo prove hh pi raen?-, m n
eei t.?i?, p?a? ? Pi ? rvera trs
tu the Ra< qu< ? ? ? ? tin w aklorf, st.
|{. _?;?. and .H" r hotel - and cli ha, nnd
then s< i -"i him si his horn , si *-.?
Basl -Mi. stre? t
The sun In s hl? h 11 ws - so
aerve vVat? i bui ?? s sa brou rht ?'p I.>h
Etorgo, ; roprletor "ft. Hot? I Caatlgllone,
In ?Paris, who asks fi ? ?. in half ol
thla amount is for board and lodgii
11.? ?'It.' I' i ?'If fOI dl burs? i.i'M the
hotel man sa) i h? m id? si W
request.
aVaterbun has mswered thai he knew,
nothlnf abonl th? els m ? 'ouns? i f.?
plalntill baa asked th? ? ? ? .? t to 11 t" ? |
this aaawer as frivoloua
Ibeat and rob chauff
Three Men Attack Driver
Caught After Chase.
; ;idi Idge, i >>.-nty-tlir<->- yeat
ol No. -'?': W. st IWth stn ? I, ch?
for Bartoa s. \v. ? ks, a Ian, ei. <
r Rector street, was assaulted by
: of a gold Watcl
. m . ? : ii last i --'v :ii an arcade ru
from Wi si B5th t?> West ''?lui s
?bet\\? ? n )'toadway ati'l Central
West, .ms: after he liad returned
garage ??n tli" corher ?.!' <*>?*?Hi stree
Hi ? ad ?',. ? after drh Ing Mr. Wee
:i 111? air. .
Tv .. m- v u h?? said thej o ere
Bl rl? i,. of No 150 Weal ?58th s
John Peonlcks, of No 225
?i. i \.. t.. ?arrested after a ?
and ? h u ged a Ith the a isaull .-nul
? ? . Bhei i??? k v.as charged ??? Ith i
in>: the ? hauffeur >? Ith a bla? I? |acl
i r.i??! tiring his nos?.
Kid i.... ? ? i in- had be? n "?*
Di i i ? . ? r iiv Polycllnlc
pita), the police say, Identified hoi
the men ??? ? Ihos? s n?? i> <<i atta
him, and Bh< t ;??. k as the one a ho
d thi I lai : .;. ? '?-..
ARREST IM TRUNK MYSTE
'Police Capture Fugitive Ita
Suspected of Murder.
? ?..?? ilia Balvatore ;
riva. I ? llei ? ?i by lh? Si m \ "?? k p
? ; a lie, ? 'ai n
??' -. ??? .i - plan .1 in v 11 unk
? to ? ?.nn? ?.?1 li it, where U aras t
mi 11 pond al ? ; org town la il So*
i?- i. was urresti 'I at Buffalo ? lei
i ?? i? n ? Polir? ? 'ommisaioni t ftougli
ram fi om t'hli f Ren i
' ? pai Im? tit. i. Hi?
tin? hi ? si, and Imm? ?i-.it. i\ .?-? ni s
to I ? ? ? ; raccl to thi ell
i >...i::h? ti ? ;.
?
? ? III Ml? lit ln> ; ? .,?
>; ?;. i
parned thai
i-?"i- . i ti th? ..-.
I ta 'i ? I ; '
? ? la i'?'i.ti?i-i
n h and Its
? ?..-? u m led t?
.ll
? th< dead ?ei
g ? ?> had t? .?-tin-1
it All,?
City. M 1
? ? ? a here
? t he bo?
.
?
? ? l ?I IV
ton ' > ird The
? .
?Mill L . ? It tl
! With h.v ?
? i mrder
FLAMES MENACE ORPHAI
Fire Drill Proves Value at ?
Mary's, Rocheiter.
" ? \V 1 . i
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.. i ar h
d will ? ? i ?? i
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i . . . .
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thi
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MILITIA IN ALLEM CASE
?Likely To Be Called if Mai
Meeting ol Protest Is Held.
\ ? \l ? M ?.... !
il? All? n ?
l their an??
th? ? ? man am
Ihe I ? ? ured thai
ng .?n '?i?? n all m? -
ft noon in ?
. v. i. it? ? sgalnsi
?
All? ll BUI Ii .? pi "i I ..
? ? date mill 11
will In ' died " U
nor Mann ? I I "ti
i ? i loyd an
?ill? i, ws - taken aft? r mature an
u w.i ? absolutel
?
? ? . report Al I he ? ?
? ? - .t of the i i.it'
H tut? t their plea a Ithout em?
by pr? .i??!?? ?
; ? ... -... i._? ? nd
T. R. BACKS HOUSE MOOSE
Third Party Organisation Wil
Succeed, He Says.
? ? i ; I :? ? ? . ' i , i?
. a I? sde
in proinotlni ? National Progri si i\.? pal i
- i Ho ? announi i 'I t?i
? i ? ih ii he had wetved .? letter fron
? l ? ?!? ?.! Roots? ell heai till appro*.
? nd predicting in .
for it <'"l.i i:.."-. elt, Mi Hin?
? night thai ? 11 n thougl
Ihe ? -..?;?.?..:,:? ? tart with s imal
:? . ould -i?-? ..iii? H -ii grew
:.i nd ? ??..'?i i?, certain to >--i on
U li ? ? ?? i n,? mbei i ?.i 11..- n,ru
in- ? 11 ? ? ? .i t?> hav t pledged i ? m
? !. ? lo thi Sal onal ITogr? slvi !:? >
? ... ijvi Vlctoi Murdoch, ol Kanaa-,
? i? ?I to i.. . h..- n bj i hem i??i
i ;. candidate for Si?? t k< ?
Ion wo ild be enl re|
raw- 11 ??m tin- proponed ??? u Igation of
! i rogi ? ? |v? I: , ihll? ins
ex-brooklySite suicide
William Ebcrling-, Reputed Rich,
Ends Life with Shotgun.
Montlt-ello, N I Mar? h ?i William
ws fo ind dead si his home
? ? to da] ?Part of hi head had
'. .-.\.i\ b) the . barge from .?
? hi? i !.i . ? |dc u ? bod . Tu.?
?no meed II , cs ? ol suli Id?
I III v h.nl gp| .1 .nil. |,|,,,., ,| K,,. f_n
'in his .ith and press?d the trigger with
hit rool
Kb?. Uni s fortj rears old and i sine
here I rom Brook!) n tv.. >.-,n .. ?,_,, ;||I,|
l s Lu m n? was suppoe- ?i t?i he
? ? sltl M Bhi i Uni ws call? ?I i"
i-.klyn ?ii Friday i?) the sudden deathI
??i h? r mother. I
be?ts Wads guilty
10 ?buy swindl
Former Connecticut State Off
cial Got $150,000 from
Fellow Workers.
BOOTBLACK AMONG VICTIM
!Head of Pretended Syndicate i
j Insurance Office Changes
Plea After Brief Talk
with Clergyman.
Frederic! \ r..?ts. formerly Insurant
commissioner of Connecticut, who is ss
to bave fraudulently obtalntsd almo
Il ' ?" from fellow employes in tha Metr
pol I tan Ute Insurance Company, plead?
I lit) to grand larceny yeaterday befoi
Justice ?-?eabur* In the Criminal Bran?
..r the Supreme Court. Mis plea wi
made aft? r s i i lef cons ? ! r. ?. 11 ? ? r ? \? itJi ii
Rev Addison Moore, formerlj
pastoi of tha Plfth ?Avenue H.?t>ti:
Church, which Betts attended, bat ?.'
until James O'Malley, the Assistant Dli
trlcl Attome) pnieecutlng, had got w?
Into his ' Bse
Betts, until V? vember, IMt s s ? an A
-ist.nit ?MtTretar) ol th? Metr?poli! in l.ii
Insurance Company, Dosens ol peraoi
? "in.?-. ;? ?i v?. Ith ii..npan) a i re foun
... hai ?- luffen ?? I i the ? onfldenc? th?
i I ? ??'! in him i" cause of his olfl
tlon l'" its pretended he was engaged i
est?t? it ?v..- an' ei
rtptional opportunity, he said, i" m;?u??
paying Investment.-and l.?? v." i?l exten
it only to employ? of the M? tropolltai
To ?erne he even said thai ?Frederick H
i k'-' treaaurer of i he ? ompen] woul
irer of hii il .\!m<.
o\<r\ on?? he approached ?...> willing i
rhance from POO t" %??.???< In the scheme
It, tts ?*??. Is th...? excepl to his ml
thai only ? i : the l ? r? - I ? i
wer? to ted H? a?
.. |.i? .| .i small amount from I
black m the Metropolitan Building ?'*
it. caah ' ? i i Byrn? Iba barbe
n th? ai ??. rom Mrs Mar
n Dra" ? of No Rlgi Plac? Waal
? ol an old friend an
f"i m? r it.rurance comn onei I
, me h ? ..-'.?' d the pe? to whom he es
i. ndi 'i ? rial I
tioi I? ntial. b? ?
office, ; ? r i ? l h
f.-.?r. ?i ? ? , run high if II
Itnltt '? ?Id? ?-?
The ? dl? tm? nt 1 which he l ?
charged Im th? ft o
.'. Cox, ? ' '
I Itutl? r, ? 'ox, Bacoi I Murchl? B toi
? ? \|. !???;?? ?
? ?? M ' ' >l ? promlf
. r.-. ' :..?.? tied by 1
er able to K?
?
atlafacl ix plann 1 B l
t nat'ii
i:. its repn ????*."
he wai
?i . n ot . ? ? ? ?
. ? tv \? i ? I* ? l th?
?
t *
\ , :,.\-, t ,' ?I'??? If) HVll
dm ' |1
|.ii fell undei
.. : started an In? VVhll?
way ?Betl Hews
i< adily f m ?t a ? ? hen two
. ? ? handed ? t him
Mi O Mall? y had a d
\ ? t. i?i who were I
?? ? ??
: '
?ting to '
?after Iktl ....,?....?
I ,,'? I. |, ' ,? ? ? . ? V
?.?. h? I. Ii. Will
.m pa m-' Into Hi? ' ? ?'? Bi an? n ol
. ? ? ? . w mi in,
? ',.' i ? ? ?ii lietti
h id i . . to trial yet. WI
,?... tol I gull i y and
? ?
"Ib i
...
1 ? ?| ?. !
?h< would ; Ii. the m
? ? ? ? . .
on So IV
ITOBLIMSKY GETS 10 YEARS
Chieftain of Ea.st Side Horse
Poisoners Is Sentenced.
Joe? pb i ?? Ineky, alaa ki os n
"Yeali N . . ? ? ? lefti.I th? gam
??* i;.? t Bids hoi
tivitl-ea wen exposed n The Tribun?
? ? '?, was ? i.i? n- ? .i to leu ?
da ?"? Judge ? ? Sullivan In < ;? i si i .-'?
? ? k S'b .'? . wa ? ???.?. i. ;. ?i of
i"nglarj and grand lar? ? m In st< allng
? i. ..m "i in.. .- Th? ? ? ' ? . ..ther
null? tm? n'; sgalnal lilm one In Brooh
I' n snd one In N? s Jeme) . Jurj I ? ? ? ?
, x?. hom h? i ?i m Ken Jfoi k
June "i. ?i charge ??i extortion disagreed,
the ? omplalning a It n? i b? Ing i fruid to
rep? it ti" - torj he had I? Id the I Hati I? I
: Alton ?
i have onl on? ? ? ret, ' : Id Judge
?. Bullii sn m sent? m Ins him "T lal Is,
ii..it i ' .uiii'.i -?? nd ?." ; i" prl on for the
. ' ? of ?? .?.it hi? ?. ou have i"i \ eara
i'' ?"ii ? 'i the nor i Kit.i of oppi.
amona the i ?oi snd unfortunate uf rour
: race < 'ont lei Ion t"i such olfei .
I Ums?' of which you stand convict? ' Is
: ??i ' Mi n ?.? i'?? hat ?? uiffered feai i"
l;l\ 1. ?i I?.? ) - UlTei ni"i.
\ little more than ?? year ago l.?mus
Blumenthal, .t blacksmith on Dlvlaion
n ?. t ?.?. ax >ii"t and killed the night be?
f?re in a ss i" appeal In i oui l aga n I
one of Tobllnsk] 'a gang
s
GAYNOR LIBEL SUIT DELAYED
W. M. K. Olcott, Counsel for Curran,
Was at Ex Governor Black's Funeral.
The ?-'in ?.t Alderman Henry II. Curran
agalnsl Mayor tlaynoi for tl0O.<M0 dam
ages vas .ail.'i for trial yesterdaj before
.i latli ? Page In the Supreme < 'our! bul
sdjourned until to*daj because former
Judge W llllam M K I Ucott, i ounsel fot
the plaintiff, was in Troj si tha funeral
of ? K?Oovernor Prank s Bla? k, his
formet lau partner,
?tephen c ?Baldwin, counsel for Mayor
Qaynor, wIm asked for the adjournment,
also requested Judge ?Page t.? provide a
larger courtroom tot the trial than tha
one m ??lu. h ii is t., be called, i.? causa ?.f
m?- man) witnesses that will be ?salted
HOSPITAL ASKS FOR $100,000.
The campaign commit!.t the Co?
lumbua Hospital, In Baal ?""ti. street, ot
v? hi? h John i ? ? 'rimmlns i- pr<*aldenl and
laJoyd C Oriscom v|ce president, has a?,
t*..un...i n nut undertaken lu raise a pre?
liminar! fund ??i I loe, '?"? "i more, t" be
?fla tii.tlon "f a ?new naodcrnl)
**4.ul**fxed hospital.
?
It Has the Long Points
A-.R KIR
"THE RED-MAN"
IN THF.
RED-MAN
BRAND
2 FOR 25 CTS.
EARL <_ WILSON,
MAKERS OF TROT"8 BE8T PRODUCT.
; Officially, Spring is hero. <
Confidentially, were here
with everything to wear in
Spring.
Spring suits for men and
boys.
Spring overcoats.
Spring Derbies the "Stet?
son Special*' and the Stetson
i'm mi-flexibh ?."' both exclu?
sively ?>urs in New York.
Spring shirts.
Spring patterns for custom
shirts.
Spring neckwear.
Spring everything men and
?boys wear.
Rogi us I'ii.t Company,
Three Broadway Stores
at at Jt
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St.
AMUSEMENTS.
UNION SQi r m
I ?,. . ? : i i snd a
nni i?iU|tl Marie ?l> l'Hrlun.l A M ??!
UULUII?L ?mr -.? v A Kltti Moi
. . Hen I h o A Co
il U1UOD1 Maurice - Kl.
ALnAIflDrlg .... i. ri Edison's
:, v. | i.-?;.-? iTalkln? Pictures; ??ilvi?
DtlflMY- ' ' i'r ''? ? ?'! .- \\ ..:??? i. '- .v
DriUnA:. \ \ ,.:,,i ? ?taii Mi ? l/ml
\i , . ' Kdleon Talk Ing I'vt
H\i:i KM Opera iioiioe, i pi m ; ~A_\
... K ?'? )MP \N V In "OK ?KM?.HIV'
:, i ,? Vaudeville lie) \ I ? Mat Dali?
W/Zuy?
BEL?SCO ;;
YEARS OF DISCRETION
>i ri nn < \-i.i ? - y Km
l.yn llardlni ? Melts? Herbert K?
i: M llollan .. i " ?I ???-.?' .1
i- Orant Mil Ules l'ut
? ? e| Ru n y ea
? . ? IJ.l ? r?:io
M ? W?? ? A S .'.. .' I"
M \ I IM I I ?i I? \ .
i . -? v row. 2:13
riiroili.re
><i?r%ell.
M? l'"I1 l'I?'
STITI.ED
REPUBLIC
A GOOD LITTLE DEVIL
?.i ?i n OMAN'S V y ? ?
MAY IRWIN in WIDOW BY PROXY
ASTOR '
"Simply Splendid."?,7.
v i ? \ \ ... I.OVR IM' I
A MAN'S FRIENDS
G MILESTONES"
I II II I. I III il Kl u : ? >??? ?< ' B
I iiMOI'l-nM \i*r. \ I I,
K- .pi. ? I'?????.-r in >r\l I rl. tr.xe. ill H:I.V
M \ i a v \ i ?N| NO O i INTIMATE BO %?'????'
JULIA CULP
\ \li \ BOM il the I'm?.
.? ? ii m. ? v.la da?
rn II ?< Filais ' I.'.. Hi"...I.V.? .
Il M I I?) MORROW VI i.
Schelling
I \ \? i I ??, k, la 7? ?? lo |2 ""
M*i \v? u.r>? ?UN in in: vi
?III. \r?l ?.?il. Alt, Bl titS,
ELMAN
at Hall Mai ? nlfsohn Bui ? su
? Hull. I" .lu. m :l.
SEMBRICH
i m NRAAn \ HO?? it th? r- mo
i ; \ . ?.n|] it Mtfl \t' ? - - . ?
? Mei ..?,.? i. v v ? (_?., |ti ...i.i w.i .
? \)<M?.li: II All ? III MIIKIiOU \l .1.
: : II
V M I. \ S 1
1-1 ? ?7? ?
l;i:? II \ I.
HTK N'WAl PIANO Tickets 7? ? la ?._?????
? ll.il M*l Hi M.I-.? ?UN III RE VI
?Tur?ecte Hall, n?-\i Nat. Aft. m : in.
It?
i | M
io 12 nos si H .i Mai ? nlfsohn Bi
I urn?-".? Hull. I'?? ?lu? ul I.
?
i hi? ft ,
MtnOBAN iMaaaasmenl ?Wolfsohn Bureau )
i i:\.\i\ ' '? KARO IS st the Plano i Bald a In I,
|| |l ??? K, $?_? '?". now ... it..\ ??m, e
\t KlttrxiK ?ir MINAPPI.?KD UtT<?.
? .nnual Exhibition, 111 ?Sad Both -.t .
Mar? h .'i to -".? In? lu Ive, sftei noons I to i
. ?< to i" \iiiiiv.v..n -j:. cents. Poi
. u. in of ihe Neu ?fork Association for
i un.i
\ ItMKRMTKIN'H
IM?; EAHTER HII.I.
? 11., ? ?? J , A .'.".
THAVE. *???
16 STAR ACTS
I Wl'ill II SI It \|
WIIHI.ll'H I KADIN'U
Ill \l)l IM li?.
STRIKERS FIRE AT MILLS
Rain Bullets at ^aterson Silk
Plant?Hit No One.
i n-. r.?legrapli ?.. The Tribuns I
Pat? raon, N .i . March -i Ths Rrat
real outbreak In the ?Ilk sniu?- ?oecurrad
:ii -.i.. o'clock to-night, ?when four mon
lii.ii several iboti through the windows
.?i the u. iiiinaii Siik Dyehti ?.?ompany, al
Rlvt-nrtde The ?-ii"t won returned from
nil?--? in the tonda ..r private dete^ttvaa
win. have been ?suardlag the i?i? ?.?ik dye?
mi. plan! for several v,.-.-k> Atout thlrt)
shotes were Bred, i>m no ou? waa Injured.
The "Rrlkers appurentlj ?timed ??i <!??
tectlves they Mippoaed ?arare quartered la
ll.Hice, but arto at the time ?were la
other i'.ir i.-? <>f tto plant
When Hi.- iin- was returned tto striken
threw h.mi\ rum- revolver? and attempted
i" gel aura) Tto) teere ?captured ??t tto
i"?im ??i ,i revolver m tin hands <>i
Patrolman Pttidlmm?na Tto prtaonera
were fonnerl) employed aa dyers'* h.-lpfi?
in the VVeldman plant. They are charged
wltl carrying ????n?-?-iii?-?i weapons.
AMUSEMENTS.
IN TH?;
.ROTLI
\-v:
NEW ?lOICk'S I I \l)l\?, THEATRE"*
empire ^r^rr-??'-.^
LIBERTY HALL^'o? JOHN MASON
KM? KERBOt KKIt. B'way ?ml ttth 9g
JULIA SANDERSON I ,_,
1 ' ' __t___J?____0____________! ? i ! 5 __J ! '?* ; !hnr?.
H.'?rivARNERi?ir.-ir
200 GALLERY H?.;V?V" ?SOc
I YPPIIM 4 ?** ' ' B " '' ''??* < i0
uiukurn Unt? Thur?- .?. s.. _:_a
UHnniVii. Matl To0 .n
"MORE VIVID THAN / WDKI.Il .-i \
MITHIN Till. I.AM" 1 M.AN I. ? IP"
THE CONSPIRACY
CRITERIOS,,,." .,!',.% :?
ROBERT HILLIARD
HUDSON''? .,',"?? ; - ';
THE SEASON'S N0VEL?Y
The Poor Little Rich Girl
FULTON '*s u "' B **! ' ' " ' '
What Happened to Mary?
??Hi OI.I.E ?IMIIIAM.
HARMS, S? 124 Bi Pop m ? Then
mJr??1f(*tSf?^ft^^
EVA TANGUAY
PARK" '?- -''?,51
a ?f*-*.I\IV\t \ I'lVKl-f Evory TM' ." W>
NEW AMSTERDAM" -,'i
OH! OH! DELPHINE
I h.? Ins? Word in ,*Iii?>'i? :tl ? ?>n?*?l?.
LIBERTY t,VkVtkk SUNDAY NIGHT
in???!? n SENSATIONAL Bill. OF
ifi.ni ti.-. PAJMOUS STARS AND
MM??-."-.!.. B|n VAUDEVILLE ACTS
I -.ti It, 12, $- BO v >*?V '? ' i F.
niicTv y '? '?>??-?
UAI-.I I M..? i ?in ???. ' !'"]
I ?>r I mitrliinK riirii????-? Onl?.
"STOP THIEF? .
GLOBE
Upeeinl Wot. Tutaottuo.
Mrnn-iini?-?'? g ?Munr.
KM?* .linU
METROPOLITAN,^
M t?, .' 7 13 I nh??nerln. !"
. n i: ...,;?- i. ? ? '.?.-??;
Hi.ii?. I'??|>. Vriie \tol ?( -' Uicl'lU.
Hcmi . Mi r?< i OUI Roll
I bur?. ?! I IS To?*??. Par!
s- "? ? i. i.'"i -' Roflal ? '.??? : ?
Irl. .? R H??ri?. ?.??diinolT. tfi
,ur-| i". '?:-. y I thou? Rothta
...' . i? ft ?. Reli ? 'on .??? *?>*?. Toi ?
??ill. M il >? '_? Cvrano. Ilda: I
?; ..,;.?, ,.? . H ? ...... . n If...?
>.it. - - r..p. I'rii????. K???*n?B?Uin.ifr. K?
?, ?> '.. -.,- f.. ?.--, .i... n ? ; tits PAtm
Dldur i'ondurtor, Monranatsrn.
Nril Mon. ? v Manon. Ft I l ? '?rut-.
? : | lei
Til?*?. .' ? >?.??< I I-? -? ?I ,-_.. HmI'
1 ' ? ? ?- ? \ ? ? ? ? ' ?
.;. ? r. II? --.
H A RDM AN PIANO PEP
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
m Ta-rvtc*t*f T
NOW
\n.| I \ I IRI I ?, \KM ? PI I ION'
I .'"?O ? II \i; \? It i; SI't ? I X? I I
CLEOPATRA
??r?inili-?l. Ill-got ( Item* K?.??r ?.??-.i m >?*?
?nrl,. lier? \. I , Ml??? I?? n? ? *" rraiB
IU_ ? ?ill?. II.m Ititrrnull".? il I rr ,1?.
\<lmi??lon in oe ? en lirai
I?.xerytklom ?<-?-,c OC ?3UC | <
12. M. <
I?? ?X ? ?PPI? i: . ?PE> " v M
BRANCH TH KIT <U M? I ?*
? S im? Prie? ?--.?? i ? v .-??? -
UltO.I n\\ AT M WO H ?a? in? ?i ? M i*? i
??I'l-'l? ES ? ; ? ?'-. ih Vail?"
Ri John u '
i '".?ii;,?? n World Trava B .
IIAlii EM ; 121 \\ i ."?.'- st ,? . , : ? ? '
OPPI? I-: IK. T. Centra
JOS EPH
AND HIS BRETHREN
CENTURY THEATRE
EVERYMAN
Children's
AnriT M '?', F. "i By P ? H ?' ' '''
iflR?: LA?RETTE TA?l?
ELTINGE \.;. ' ;
WITHIN TH? LAW
PALACE
THEATRE Ol N ?
B*y. 471 ? * "
\?. ? i H I ? ? I I \ I I
Man ..?"??? "f Mr. Prank ' '".,
I'rl?.-.: Kva '.?.'.. to SI.".'?: Mai*. ?'" '" ,l
LA HAPIERKOWSRA
THE ETERNAL WALTZ
in. MAYER?-THK FOI It II**'*1.
TAYLOR linnih. P.U M\n> ?t ?''..
Mil TON Pill I??? K .?C t'O?. Oil t.\y
THE LONDON PALACE GIRLS
C SMOKING IN IHK HIM??*4'
M _R 30 -"?' ADMISSION -?
.ndlani. Si ml It. atha.Uu iniali
VVoiiaiartulKitt, i .. oloiVIe?? NoEi ' ''?
Hi lli ST AND L.EXINU ""? -Vl
( AKNKt.lK HAM.. TO-SIOHT AT 0?
VOLPE SYMPHONV
?So? Irl? of N>?t "inrk.? I
ARNOLD VOLPE ? ?muwettt ?
>.i..i-?t PaPRP.M ?TIMBAIIHT? ..
PHILHARMONIC
SDCII'.l v ?>r MfW voitw
JOSEF STRANSKY, ion.,,?tor
\f?l Ihiir?. K?.. ItU, >r?t Irl. Ml?, y
Beethoven's Choral Symphony I*
lAKNKl.lK HAI.I.. Ii.??."- ?' _______SS

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