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Fresh and Delicious Iront
fisr the evrress pur
a sett)em< nt . '
? en the
1 . : G<
Was ab(..;r to n;;,he rutile-? war i?u
?rini d I ? ed the
real i i ?
..s still ,
It ?8.4 l1
- that th? disarm
' ?? other, j
\Nils4ir I i. ,i Surprise? t.ermany.
: ed." The
many and to A- I von Bero
that ? rii x1
fron-. \V?4?hii:gton o?
the "Girr..? dent's
nhout face were laid 1\ tl
tration w. Ambassador von BernstorfTa
door, wirh the result that :?
: t the ami
In f - n of Ambassf.dor vor.
!- commonly believed here, both in
? ?v I>e
fartrr.' I f dis
long ci i.' '.nichl
ci a rupture in relation? Some of
the la" ? will carry
ETIQUETTE BARS WITTPEITO
?V J. Candidate Refuse? Hennessv's
Joint Tour Invitation.
Jlaci- ? ' There
tonal . New Jer
fey ir '-?my, accu
? m to
? .m oti a .
: inn to-day
STONE TO DEFEND
Will Lead Fight In Senate
Against Arguments of
AGAIN TO BE AIRED
Nomination of Fletcher a?. Am?
bassador Will He Pressed
Wa?hington. F? h M Dise?
from an Administration \ i
suhmai i ny will
? ? ik
i n gs Relation? Commit
I cd to meet what thi v
term the Republican Baa?
. partisan Issu? of th..
situation tf-ra-t has arisen since tin Gi I
.:i - t I
toward war I .. g hi?
to address the Sen?
me of tho
I that it sb
way The M :sM'Ur;
insr ?waited e ?th iatere?! bj
4if born neust S, who d? not conc4'ci th.'
? i hold con?
? ? :, eted to I
..:. : th? A<3
Mr. R lot's refer? :..
.:: policy Ol
. Japan, it is understood
that : to th?
Mexkaa Affairs To Be Aired.
i arrs-.za g
not disclose diplomatic cor
relating to political condition- in Mix
ico which led up to th? recognition of
In th? Foreign Relation? ( ommlttC?
Prachei Fletcher a* ambassador to
on a motion to reeommi
i : i h a
can aourci rj the
? mination \. before
other important matters to occupy
? the iif : '
week will be the tlaj?
olution to un i i ? '
tigsti ? ? cy of
th? i.rmy eviatioi
I inquiry inl
D. Brandt I? for the i i ofirt.
ti. and further
A LONELY FARM
? aottleeod Stem im??i- i
? th? powder
? r. h told m? it was
tiled me up on :
much ?1 Chai
? uth Amboy.
"H-. I ? m th<*
i wsat up
hi? bei .ht tu
4 a u -1 .
ifj rig Al
? ? i
?m ai '
d up in any
?UCIl ! . '
?a? te tell the govei I ? . .
Hut first I called up tl
(alls I p fur Hag.
.iid he d.dn'1
but had met ' '?'?' '' ?
i r. '1 I
| ..loon, had ?4
? .i | i .
vate room . ?? ? v,r;'.e for a
i oii?>;? ' < i ?
lie I did eided not to
say anything ui
?.gain \\ . "Uld call up
II ? said he
??i horn thf
?nan 4?: i I 1 ad told my
wifj what '!? do, ai - i a.d he wojld
lave to we
?in the tr. | und I
. tead o) ? ' d U|
Miiue ? Vork arid
t o I-a 1.1
IS 44 ? - Al
lor nu . r I j-ol rn.in. I
4 ?ll<<; i.? . Hi
1 e wi. - .
trouble unit bsg. 1
?sited until Mor.day and then w?Bt Is
New Vork I aaw my frisad ?ad b?
railed up tlii* Justice Department. I
Utrued over the bag to an officer, like I
a good citizen should, a d that's all
Extradition of Lincoln
To Be Decided To-daj
The egotism oi berslde
Trebitsch ' ? th? gresti ?
sid ' orking undi
of Justice, for bit cipturiv Hu
i| ? fore the Uniti
?r or not hi i.? ta ba i rtradit?
The capture v. a- brought abou
through the assistance given to tl.
. I h n mint 1.
? of Germa
birth. ;t waa learned suthoritstivi
? coin is, b? is ?
m > s r el o r i t i e i
rr??t, al Broedwsj und Th i i
;? night, he laugh
that ne was I
replied to Johi
? -ne Depart
ment o? J kltimore, wl
? In '?>?? eapturs, T an
rmsn spy. You ?
?a Why, I was gOiag t(
leai ? ' ?.. ? ght."
nt proof to sub
?tant ?te 1 s Hi? i Ight f'io
?n the running i oard of a seven
ir end in h
-i small tra.tiling but; COBtsiuinf
? ' -
It sved that more srrsstl an
? rreats will bs li
i neol n's s scape sa<
? g undl r cover.
Sad thai -er liad unv
kaowledg? of th? inner
. <;?!:? -in bomb j lota or th<
in the I iiiti i!
-tory of h ? ? ? ? '?(ir.tra
who lost bit
Marshal for per?
te walk ?i'A ay fri.'r.
i im Accoi
? , I. I - ? : iiocki r Hotel.
"I walked out or ihr hotel thl
'in- subway entranced he sam, ">.? ?
to my brother'i
at ll Auilubon Avenue. My
brother's I |
I'. ? i I won't ?aj
i hour or ..
? I Wl t tu Kid Hunk
V J , ob on a farm. Esc? pi
fur a i ? th Atnboy to n
pop? r, I aid not |?av?
::.t;l two deyi SgO, whin 1 took a
loom .n the city. I ?' living
hi ii . ? ? i HSSls along
.\h\. I bev? gon? to th? H
House, "? -ninth
? , .. ?
?1 w ed if I had
ii-d of me
I I re!
After Lint ?? ??i? : th?d In a <?? '1
instructions wsrs i??aed by th?
rederel sugheriti?? that no one Li pel
milted to nr him I
I effort of Amer
?? m..nop,.I t? the ?'?al i
To Push I?cf?n< ?? Progr mime.
? gramil"- a III he ui i mmit
? y and ;
? nn\y bills. Thei
, | trationleadi
on to repeal the
. ? the I'l rivood
' S, in in. I | .4
?M. tl . the Houi I,, Dem.
, ? adi kava i atifla I Ml Kl bin
:.i by the ?
: un' ? ben a Other D< m
? ? a in thi
aflea appropriation bill will
. arlp this v<
- . -..it'.
approximate y ai drawn by
? ration of the fi.?,
?i Burnett imi
bill will bo ta oa a
? ? Sabath si I
to thi .a de>
?V mi tin I aat the
meaiure. 'I ba Aaiat in bill
... f read by paragraph i in the
i i .
I . :? report? I.
NOT PLEDGED TO ROOT.
BARNES DELEGATES SAY
Attitude. Expressed bj Chairman
Staley, Stems tu Bar Roosevelt.
< ? I ,nr I
who ?ill be select?
the Republican rsntion
from ? ry ?,n
. w.,u'. :
? ." primarj ? I
, . th til ty Re
out for Elihu Btn ? for President, Mr.
. : a: man.
"Arc you for " Mr.
"The ?? rention in v>. a York
that reason i doi t think
snnoui ? snj si a
man lenre. but,
. r and
he Mud, "but le port any man
?ho mi| t and
anil i i Rei ubliean."
from consid?rai! u
. lei ?
i n in i" lidei 1 Id such
a cu'ii rough
DEMOCRATS TO HOLD
CONVENTION MARCH 1
State Forces to Meet at Syracuse
(ily;in to Preside.
William I ?bom, chairman of
the Dai.iratie l tteo, an
nonneed last night that the 1
? ? t on had i ' -. call)
ll! o'clock noon, March 1, In the F.m
?rill be temporary and
Secretary of State Robert I.an.-ing
h.'.d been naked to be permanent chair
. ??. aloof from politic!.
The | rogrsna
. ealla for tl
n H. lilynn h'.th
. : y i.r.d m nnanent ehairman,
' the nomination <,f tha Mb n tour'' for
? prominently mentioned
Cullen, , * ' Fudge of tha ? !ourt of
am Church Oaborn,
of the atate coma
Georgs J, Meyer, of Buffalo, German
Ami i ? er oi President W-,1
I reman, of Ithaca, ex
? of Pul.he Worki
Van Santvoord, of Troy, chairman
of tha 'ubli? Service Commis?
sion, a: 'I ? r. ,,f New
?ji.rk. Ex-Governor Glynn and Norman
E. Mark, of Buffalo, been
The Syracuse convention la sspi
. i lap one or moi ? ? tonal
Boms of tha possible eandi
l rvernor Glynn, George
Seymour Van Santvoord
Robert P. Wagner and Judgi Samuel
CALLS WATSON TRAITOR
TO GEORGIA DEMOCRACY
Roland Ellis, at Dinner. Ur^es
Barring Him from Partj.
? ? ?
Atlanta, 11 b 10. i sadora of Osants
Democracy wars fit n a roboka f"r
dealing with alleged traitors to thi
ut a dinner at which <;?
Harrii and the members of the State
Democi ' c Executive Committee were
vi ral speakers had referred
in scathing terms to certa
influenc?e In tha ?tata arhick were
work?. ? the Democratic party
"Tha l'imocratic party in this gtnte
seible, unli aa it be betraj
r T.,m Bardwick.
"'i i.i 11 ?.r?- mai i Gooi _iai i who
tently voted in our prima
i :. bolted u ken I ka < fed on
. ? . these
U si ?on y.'ii fellows are
? | about." ?aid Roland ?
. "so why dent yos sy sol If
WS are going out to get him, let
OUt and fot bun. If yOU WSBl te Itop
kia influen?ai is the party, why ''.'?
Bon and i ou r. mi
coimult ?vilh him. Why do you SCUttla
down the. railroad tmcl ? ?. Watson 1
If he la not ?rith us, let's have i im oa
Itaide, where WS can ftght him in
WAR FLANT BURNED
IN NEW BRUNSWICK
.Munitions factory at Moncton
Known as Record Foundry.
Moaetsn, N H . Feb. 2<?. The plant
of tka Record Foundry, where war ms
. . ? ? .1, was lie
strayed by Bra ?ate toHiight
SPLIT ON HUGHES
Radical Republicans De?
clare the Justice Really
THINK HIM WFAK
One Senator. However, Believes
He Would Make Almost an
" - ' I "1? BtWOM I
Weehtagtoa, Feb. Mi Th? possihil?
Ity, ho ????? er ii mote II muy be, that
thi Rep?blicas? may nominate Justice
th? Pu -i len.v, has sros ' '1
>m? sf the more
il of th? 10-eelled I'roirresaive l?o- :
public ii ben 1 hst any of th? Pro?
i re ?ring should object to Justleoj
? I esms a? a distinct ?urpr
the oldlint? leaders, who had assumed
' lever mighl be their onn ob
I i Hugh??, In- weald bt ?
to th? Progr
wing. ir from trs
i i ?I aa to |
Il i Mr. Httghe? almost
impossible ?i th? Bspublicsn nom is??
? of hi? "ri
"\ir. Hughe? would ? boss
considered ? Progressiv? st sil if he
had lived in the W??t or enywhert
? long the Atlantie seaboard," said
?i prominent Westers Pi n ilvi Sen?
ator to-day. "I am BBtprised to find.
in .?? lussions in the Rep?blicas cloak
room and 11 swhci?', ii. it u Is gen
? rally assumed that Mr. Hughes would
u strong appeal to th? Pn .
liv? voters. I do not know who u au
thorizeri to speak for 'le Progressif?
il I hsv? a pi-..' many ?n my
tut,, who, I think, airree with BM that
Mr. Hughes is really a reactionary.
"Nothing I? harder to understand
than the popular superstition that Mi.
Hugh?? is a Pro( sav? only
I make a courageous tight
the bosnes in New York when
I ci need? h:m m
denee, but not progre??il i-.m. Hia
?' rhe two-cent rate bill, his ae
! almost vicious
primary bill, and numerous other ac?
tions ? or classify bias, und
; i riot put him in the Progressiv?
class at all."
Another Western Progressive, ?
declared thut he considered tiip ".-o
fleeted by Mr. Ii..
i "rsther thoss I
would be desired by a churchman than I
thoss of en? who dsaired to readj i t
economic and social conditions fi
benefll sf th? people oppressed by the
itb the objection
to Mi. Hughes by the two already
III f that so much
,. by Mr
be ?n setiv? candi
dste sftei t be eoi u I l
:ore a legitimate target, that Ik- doubt?
ed if tl l"' elected.
Ideal, Bay? One Senator.
This view of Juat e? Hughe?, however,
I of th? Progn
tb? part>. On? Senator, who
mi d in con-,
tb th? Presi lent y. though
dsclsn ? H Mr. Hughe? would;
. indldst?. Wh< ?
told si th? objection? by some g
l'i ogr? ? liv? eolli sguei to Hughei '?
: th? I coal ret? bill sn I
- meter de
belli v. .1 Mr. Hughes had done
\ under th?
er the primary
law Hi,:, signed," said this Senator.1
"As ? . i not sppeal
tO me. Hut I think that it was the
lid get, and 1 have no sym- ;
...i:i i. man who will ii-fuse part
of Wast he beliSVS? il medid because
?ni g?t it ?11. A^ loi the i!-cent
ret? bill I think he acted ?risely in
In my opinion it \
"ni eourse, I would like to know, in
the .vent that Justice Hugh?? ihould
? ildered st the convention, where
?ral of the important '
. bat l would elmoi t be willi >x
ept h i' tion oi fait b, and fi i
.- ther rum that it was the correct i
Lodge's Friends Jubilant
Over Bay State Outlook
IKr.-iu 1 :.?? I.' I uiit I! .r-?u J
Washington, F?h. 20. Friends of
Senatt i I shot Lodge, of Mssea
itts, drew long sign? of relief
when the ?.???A cam? from the Hay
that tin Senater, Benater Weeks,
W, Mui ray I lane ai.d tiov
srnor UcCell would be candidate? for
isaachusetts Hi?; Four, unpledged.
admitted here to-night that bad
i all-Weeks for?ai bees unabli*
to gi ? ? thus bringing on ?
? red tl rht, with th? Roosevelt
? ng the thud, ?:
for thili of Senator Lodg
ill as a United State? Senator
would nSV? been rath"r tOS small to
be enjoj able. Sii thi f?*i met ion "?
S .ver. there
t In en any tioulii that Se?alo.'
While th? formstior of ihe coalition
? - ici Hi ? by Senstor
fsv? up hop?
. i"ur p edged to him,
:r nil-ant th? salvation of th? i
thi !'?"'. State.
it that sum n 1er I . v. ,. ks, 1er.
ernor Met . : tve i n
tared the rare, or. if Met ?11 d<
? i run, that some on? else would
ladili' tin sec?, probably with thi
ng of ex Senator ? Irans.
Sensti r !.. dge, ?ho wai pledged loni:
: for th? Big Four
. ? o ild he? ?? been put
u 11 r ? ?, nting
for ti.in ?gsin t ai -i reit, his sld
friend, and ana I ' : .? tentative A
P, (i.irdr.ii. on? of th? Reoaevolt Big
Poor and Ledge'? son-in-law. In such
i thrst Ight there A'ould have
opportunity for bitter
i i - to develop, which would, in all
.: .lit-., bei ? ri islti ''? m more o'
lis? defection when Benater l.od>re
cime up hi November
Bach faction that fa led to (ret what
it ?rented rn ti . 'nu-.- eerasred Bght
; ? ? ? ment,
and one of the flrat opportun it ?
? ,?...?? .. . - i'.i i.a-. .? <?. ? ii In
the Novembei election, With Senator
Lodge a-, s irk. Priesas of
; ?tor r?r? frankly wei ried ever
the ?tuation early in the week, and
ther? ia a marked feeling sf relief here,
now tast th? Muster? path ha. been
. ARLEM HAS NEW FIREB
III? Parly Mornin?; Arthitlci I
Detectives to Invest?gala Ma Blai
The Harlem poll? thi
Brebug i St '? "rk. I h,
wroughi as stuck bsvoa iu*t m<
erorke I m 8 te I In tii* ?-.
lng. 1 he , . iranrn WOI1
night, from II to 4.
Between those kowva ye?t??r
morning ala Urea arose reported wl(
a rSdiS ' I? than n half mile
the district bounded by lilsi and II
Itroeti fi on I Iftk to fcV tenth Avsm
N'.'ie ?m ..inn.?, but their jiroxin
t,, . ieh othei In 11:". si d place
the tact | tl sil i" i as in
brought ,'.'??'", i to investigate.
I !. ,? th? wi re tin. work sf a ?
bug is sonaiden d pi ohabla I
tlui Mi ; ? irkood three utleni
were ni?.le I., ? tin I II I' re in the fUl
waiter ihaft i i I ha tenement at
Lenox Avenue. All failed. Thi fi
?-a?, 1 Bit Sunday und was repea
Tueedsy and Friday.
ANARCHISTS TO REVOL
IF U. S. GOES TO WA
Let Klngl anil Capitalists Flgl
but Workers Must Refute.
A revolution to ke, p the I'nlt
State.?, out of war WSS the dostrl
preached ?? iterdsy by the ?Vnarehl
Propaganda Group from it? headqua
t, i, la Pi ?? i Iphla.
declare that ' '
'"., i in ?? of i''
for one ?.ni.; '. i uphold lha presei
? n "
"We shall not interfere," they ?a
by kii . , ' "icnt off
. who own tl.e WOrli
land, pr? w? slth. Hut if the
declara war and ca'l on 'he mu.', rity i
.,! thing; 'bey haven
got, then we hum tha workers to ?
i, sdy snd a a - u h an opportunity t
?tart the i - a h ?eh i i tha onl
.?.ill bring sbsolute freedon
where all who lies ahall have all tha
t.ei ,!, and enjoy life."
MISS KITCHING SERMON TEX'
CIsigynKH Take Re?u-nl of $40,00
lh |ui il sa Banda) Subject.
Several clergymen devoted their ser
mon hour : Ion o
refu si to aceep
$in,0eii |tf| v,r by her uncle. Om
. that "if she h
wedded ti hi i pan sf applet snd kei
mustj boob lha could turn the mono]
to soms philanthropic institn
The Rev. George W. Grinton, aeere
tary of ths Neu York Conference .,1
i hureh, laid: "I feai
Uin Kitchtng carriel her
ted hi to her i
.<:<? the only pur, I :
. to be
? it? I in the living, throbbing
world sroond her."
WHITMAN HIS PRESIDENT
.\ear-('ili7cn Thought (?overnor Ruled
Land, but Me i.nt His Papon.
ing to Governor
Whitman to learn that at ';?
sal tuen-? believea ''.at h? u not
but la m i (all th.
i a" ion
Adam Co| [ el, of Highland I
.??.en I,, appeared before Justice
b? rg n, it.,. Supi irt to
answsi ? in connection with h-.?
for naturi seen
plained th it >'? i
i "t loma of tha
- of the nation. :
Coppel received i
SHE WAS INDICTED
Thanks Authorities for
Aiding Birth Control
Cause by Publicity.
HAILED AS V?CTOR
"Courts Serve Purpose by Pro
noting Our Hunt." She
urna donna on a farewell tour;
eould hav? . '"1 lh" "n" :
tl? i Mrs. Uarga*
Bandbox Thsatr? la?t :
When th- litt!*? woman, plainly
d m a brown hut of corduroy.
itepped to the fron' of th? itSg? ?hi
...., greeted with an outburst of ap
playhouse was jammed Hun
?rere i Ii lodwhsl
. have been a msstiag tenihir? I
i ? i: ?ontrel era? th** topic of the
?venin?;, bel thi? Important mbj?et ?fa?
shelved at tima? for criticism of the
? 1 authorities, tl..- in.-ymnathetic
Prosecution was called persecution,
th? newspaper? were thanked for ad
rerttctag "The Little Rebel," and Mrs.
Banger herself brought a burst of ap?
plause wh'Ti -he declared: "You can
i.o longer ?nv the ?eartS do not t-erve
their purpose, for in helping to pro?
mote tho fiirht for birth control they
have more than served h purge?? "
Mr*. Marion Ii. I sthroa, presiding,
Introduced Mrs. Baagtr as "tho lit'l??
non,;.n who has taken th? ?r?t biu I
which ?rill ultimately
lift the ban on birth control."
Mrs. S?nger Says; I'ublicily Will Aid.
"Women ?rant birth control in this i
country,and organized action will bring '
? ut. Publicity will hauten it," i
?aid Mr?. S?nger.
"When birth control leagues are es-1
bed here ?re will soon resolve '?
nil social problems, such as mental de
d formitjr, lettlement prob- ?
? nil child labor condition?. We
will practically ?ripe out infant mortal?
ity. I hav? mad? ? study of conditions
'. and h iv? a message for
rhe lowest death |
if Inf mt? :n th? world. There |
fty-si vi a clinics for teach
I in most densely pop- i
"I" Fiance conditions are just the'
opposite, and the infant mortality Is
the highest in the world, because the
.;> have fought '
I i almost ?n I
the ssmc coi dit.on. There is a rrester
ni I in this country for the work. Tne
I ? - and equipment ?re much bet?
ter. We can outstrip all Furops ir. !
ten veins if this mutter la taken up. I
- here is that w? ore
"Pardon me I I refus? to thank the
government beceus? 1 sm sou free and
. nal. How kind of the
goveri i ter s persecution of two
years to tell trie people of New Y'ork
? sm ?B . person. Two years ago'
"To night l thank the grand jury for!
? aattaood from ii?s' i
Senator paused in h ' B and
a bit i he lend ? to the in
>? and higl
.h ee that the cl ... ?1
"V,e tnu?t never lose light sf the
object of thi? iuvestigstion, whisk is
to pursue t,, the end, definite.]
completely, the subject and
?ion, regardless of collateral details or1
"The Investigation avili continue. IVs
haVS aOSSa very able COUn '. who have
been connected with the committee lince
tlie inquiry began. And wa will me? I
to-morrow morning a? u^ual at 11
. , .il members of the committee,
Senator Thonapaon, ara law-'
vers. There are two asalstant counsel..
J. Frank Smith, of Loekport, and Ciar- ;
i. Shu i, r, of Rochester.
Those who have followed the e\
. ?on of Mr, Shonts during tha
last three i.? ? ? ad that Mi
Colby and Mr. Bhonta have gotten
- together amicably, while Senator
Thomp on, through hia grilling ??." tha
Interborough pre?!.hut, lias had fr??
quent tilti with tha a unes?.
' \\ e are not conducting this investi
ntion to make .? reputation for eny
I...1.," said Benatoi Thompson. "We
are making thi- investigation to find
out the truth to get the facts. I
don't want to put the gag on the mem
bora of mi committee.
Mr. Colby's n ignatiea, which was
Saturday, r, mi:
"My Dear Senator Thompson: I
regret that I mu?' ask you to relieve
HM at once of my duties as counsel to
the joint legislative committee of th"
Senate end A einhly, of which \ oil are
?hair i a, and to accept my r, ligna
tion herewltl Tours very truly,
A loasen I ? le;-.er, alsa cos -
1 tain?ng but one sentence, was r.
from Mr. Dawaoa. Tha Isttpr was the
actuary f.,r the Armstrong committee,
sa the right-hand man of Charles
K. Hughes in I..s investigation of the
mes compon i - He wa* employed
bs tha Thompson eommittea u eouple
Of days after Mr. Colby was retained.
01 ' ? ? ? 29,
Mr. Colby*a relation? with Senator
Thompson were sf the host until the
Htion of the eorrespoadonee be
I and his brother
- for |2,f00
that | t to I.i mue! Fly Quigg.
I i,. -,? letters, si ?? of which cos
"Quigg la the nearest
mas to Whitman, uere taken from
the tile? of T. A. Gills pie .v Co, Ai
they ha i not been introduced in evi?
dence, Mr. ? albs held that their pub?
lication was a violation of the promise
made to Gillespia <t- <'o that nothing
would be made public unie?4 ;? g ,.
put in evidence. At the time, nine
day? ago, Mr. Colby threatened to re
Shonls ?m Sland Tu-day.
Ifhat Mr ( tip] , lidently had ?n
mind when he Implied that a repet?
tion of tin? brought about
nation, Mm . nt refen
transfer of 1 ...i trit.
to it? 1'itt-iiiurkh salsa.
n?< papen of tha Gilles
I] ? ' bai th? ei
I for the third-tracking of th? "L"hne?
or?? now hemp examined by a sub-corn
'I I Is COI tract was the bulk of the one
which Mr Bhonts tried to give to his
friend, John V. Btsvi
It uns after th? opposition of Will
I ! id ?ad Gsrdiner M I..me to
eontrsct thst the president of the
i ? ill aged to I ?v? said
,000,0 0 I roflt ? Inch would
?id from the contract would <?o
. ??? "certain commitment? and
' o ?" incurred in putting
. h the dual SUbway contracts.
Mr. SboStS denied that h? made the
?nt, sad emphatically diclared
'mi ir of any slush fund.
Mr. Shout? Il scheduled to take the
Bgein this morning. It is poj
biiile. that the resignation of Mr. Colby
msi mean s postponement of his ?x<
tion for a couple of days. The
Thompson committee has until March
7 to complete its work, hut, as already
published in The Tribune, an exten?
sion ?f its Ufa will probably be aske i
by Senator Thompson.
John Bordwell, -secretary to Senator
Thompson, l?ft for Boston yesterday
with the letter Mr. ShontS wrote Set?
urday, asking the counsel to the ex
r of the I.ane estate to surren
di i any letters or mi'mo ran da beei '.
on him or Interborough msttsrs. S ?
?tor Thompson bellovee that the mem?
orandum which it ha- been testified Mi.
Lene wrote, in which it i-> alleged th ?
reference to the J:',000,000 slush fund
is made, will be found among Mr
* ? ri ir me. I thank th?
sathorities for fsnning th? flam", nod
I t?? ink thi ? < * f,,r pah
licity. i \ i'v bsvs Son? won
Will bUMtsh (TnirH.
w?i ks to establ clinics n
.'. item eitif?. chHnr?4l the Rovern
meat with - sa" lata
i r \ i ?ea*
? ? comer?n?
"Why, ? ? tfnll I N"
|i elan d. "deelered to i
re? l ng matter would be
! all right if written for in amei
but written in such direct.
and simpl? Isagaeg? wss too
much fer Th" United State? nur
Th" birth control nil ? '
? tion Of at least or,.
Vork physieian. !>r. A. I Oo I
brother of the former He? tl
brother members of
r if??| on
' Hi If the phvsisiaai sis
birth eontrol," he said, Mbs<
? i incomes Thil
Eork the medicsl profeeeios shou
? led wir h. I 'un plea ed t
It my hear';/ idol I ment. It :
ive to defy thi law to
Kmirni Goldman, who will far.
? i ? Monday far slleged lad
terances on birth control,
!'? rt isity to speak st th? eeaslai
the meeting. A lympethiser modi? an
eloquent DIOS for her, but when he
. rj about ?he was not in the audi
, | ,.,,_
APPOINT POLICE EXFLAINER
He la Sergeant Bsfrhy. Whose Job la
to Make rriends of Immigrants.
l'o'.ici; Bergi sal I narh', B. Rafsky,
in full uniform, hud u beert te
? ilk with th? Ku-sian Hebrew Immi?
of th? Habrsw Sbelteriag
Immigrsat Aul Bostatf si Asssi
..ir ist Broadway, last sight At the
requsst of Loos Bandor?, president of
tie society, Bergssat Bsfsky as
asaigasd to the Department of Lduca
tion to explain to immigr-ints that the
ma., in uniform is their friend, a fact
that Hebrews recently from Russia
have difficulty in believing.
tvery sort of situation was put up
to the sergeant to explain last night,
from the pedier who had been told by a
cop that h s license wasn't "worth a
dem ting" to the black eyed girl strikes
and pickst of the LsoisS liarment
Maker?' Union, who wanted to know
no bsd been arrested for doing
To the pedier the sergeant explained
that h VSa subject to certain
restricted itrset? and areas. For the
girl picket he told the srory of a atriK?
from th? polie? end. In his precinct,
. I, there live ?00,000 laborers, and
20,000 of thsm are on itr ks. A double
force of policemen are on duty there,
and they were sen' with orders to ar?
rest no person except in the cusa o? an
Bafskv, who speaks either in English
? ?r yiddish, wiii taik to the immigrant
children in the public schools. He ai
wesri hi? uniform at these talks.
WOMAN BADLY BURNED
IN FIRE PIPE STARTS
Actor's Mother-in-Law Rescued
by Her Daughter.
Preeport, Long Island. Peb. ?0.?Mrs.
Vonderheit, mother-in-law of
Lev/ Kelly, a burlesque actor, was taken
to the Nassau Hospital this afternoon
SO badly burned that she will probab.y
H?r daughter. Mr?. Kelly, with whom
'ed in the Bay View section ot
Krecport, found her lying in bed ?Are.
With the sid of neighbors she rescui I
lire. Vonderheit, who is sixty-four
yean old. Mrs. Kelly was burned
about rhe hands. Firemen saved th?
', from any heava damage.
Caief Howard Psarsall said that tV
fire probably started from a lighted
pipe, which he found on the BOO? near
the bed in which Mrs. Voaisrhslt ?U
DETECTIVE KILLi GUNMAN
Negro shot Brothers Baissa He Men?
DstOCtiv? Edwsrd Kose was leaving
150 Sixth Avenue yesterday afternoon
after an Ineffectual erTort te fiad a man
fot whom hi had a warrant, when two
shots sounded in the hallway behind
him. The detective was about to re
enter the hall, when the door opened,
and a BSgrS, revolver in hand, con
"Get out o' my way!" roared the
holder of the gun, levelling it at the
Hose drew hi? own revolver and
fired. The bullet took effect neoi
heart, and death resulted a few miii
Bt?l later at St. Vincent's Hospital.
Reginald Pinkerd. a former convict,'
and recognised as a dangerous gunman
by the pol.ee. i- the man killed Hi?
mother had sworn out a warrant for i
the arrest of his brother. Lewr?BC?,
who nus ehargod With creating a liis- \
turhance ther? ? week age. Ross I i'
endeavored to serve th? warrant, but
LnwreaM was sot there.
Jusr as th? detective departed Regi?
nald denounced hi? mother for ?mou
Ing out th? warrant. Kdward und
.Insoph Pinkerd, also brothers of Re/i
i aid, remonstrated with him, en i hi
immediately drew nil revolver aiil slur.
both sf them. Neither is in a danger
i 11 condition.
A New Serial
A most original story cf
a st-ige child _:.d her ad
HARVARD TO UPLIFT
BROADWAY S3NGS NEXT
Syncopation l> All Right, but
Lyrics Too Slangy; Yes. Really!
- ?riter? wi'nout 4
coats r . 1 _| g^
r to be hard hj
when Hanrai : , for poo.
ular songs which 1? now pianr.?d.
Harvard ha-, no complaint ?filait
the eurr.-nt R ; ,
great ituff, in k/rtsi ??
too common ? ;o rr.uch
when a Harvard . 1 -.o u;
"irrevocability" and "p-.ychi_try" with?
out batting , SSI to liar.
their job. Tl ? ? i.rigbUn
the lyrici, ?< 1
Samuel P. See bert Sher??o4
is to lay
PASTOR QUITS PULPIT
TO BECOME FINANCIE!
Dr. Tamblyn to \ij Father-fi?
Lau, James 0. Cannon.
(Bj TtUfraptl to TV 1 ...?l
Hertford, Conn . Tu? lure
of the - I hsi it;net?]
th? Kev. Albert Terr] Tssal
hia pulpit here, and m . tase hin t)
New York, a3 soon as h:s ?.or._Tt_at.ia
him, t i mai i :??
lames Graham Cas
non, hanker and director o? many ?ir
Mr. Tamblyn'i resignation *?i pn
sentes) to-day to his coi rresstJSB St
the "Windsor Avenu? ?'.ir.^rew?tan-?
( hurch. Ir. 1... let'er,
made nec?.?sary some arrangement f?r
'. Msj 1
Mr. T:.- '. I ?"-??
uate of Colgate an : Jess hi?.
? for a time pastor's ai.ii-?"'
: ?- INI
became I >rd P?-?
Congreg ? Vork. H?
Mr. Cann--- I ssaSS el-'
_ a d recur
of the i itea n-jarar.te? ?"????
pany? \ nt of th?
of Con Btata of Nu?
4_-/.!.. 11. 1_. II??,.. ? IT'
ehamci and Metals Sal ot.al ban?, Mr.
Bank, ii. S, Ca salty Company umm
Quarante? Company of North ^n-rc*
Mr I snnoi ? ?'? ?N,eW ?ctf
i Sa? ?SS Bin
BELLBOYS STUDY SPANISH
F.uropean War Ha? Killed Hotel? ?tn
with South Am?ricain.
South ;.?-.,! i i risen bum?"
Man, whom the EuioseM w?r '",
brought to New York in lar.l sumbet?.
kaes ksesaas as mportant a '?t*-f__
the hotel bs ' ?P?ni,h ???
terproUrs are being added to the bow'.
ei vices. j
.?r ?acA.pin yeetereay sanee*?
... toald ipem
Spsnisb ' I v'
"\TERVOUS energy that quickens tne spirit and goads us on to
|\^ being what we might be and doing what we mii>ht do is the
? living power* in the poetry of Frederick Fanning Ayer. Cet
his book, "Bell and Wing." Read "Sword and Pen" and feel the
stimulus of his indignation against war, his adjuration to oppose
and end it
Take op the pen,
Take off the sword,
Write it again
To ths last red wordt
Peace in the world, good will to sneiil
Stick it in with ths peni
Strike with the pen
Till tears be shed,
Plunge it ?gain
Till your wrong? be dead;
The dagger that kills without a wound,?
Stick, it in, turn U 'round,
THE BAKER & TAYLOR CO., Selling Agent?,
354 Fourth Avenue