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THl KSDAY, APRIL 20, L022
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Rfcrr;Hr XX orld l?v Doiii<?
Duty XX itli Cleati Heari
and Hands, Slio Ursres
;if Kirn! 'Home' VIeeling
Mnst Korego t'hui
Of One-Sex Kulc
Virginia * Born Member
of Parliamenl Kndcars
VdonN Vmericati Slans
lns| ,.,?.: h ? H. ' w elron
? a ? ndoared hci
winj Lhem 1 hal I h
i, hmond and thc
was till her ir
' ,1 : Haj
e i ty we
11 to f tiat
ii.-iv said, "bul
? city and <,f
' ' Voters."'
? rr feel
1 h e i i " s h e
.. tho pre
?? c i t; "
? ?i note in t,nr
? ' ? ????)' fr<.he
? < 11 - . a n d
? ? . ? peecli "? Mrs.
:m irri press
? ? ? ? . ? ga . ? vc '?!
U was a whistle
? d o f a
? burei recently given
w omen were t o
; ? ? ' positions.
. too, during
'? ? .. ' at sort
on p*r>? Hire?
Three Kiilrd, Scores Hurt
As Storm Sweeps Chicago
Sno%* and I< r Follow <Tale* Fhat
' nroofed Buildings and
ril 19. A littlc girl
? ' child and a man
*'ere ?; ?. ... .... 0f peraons
-'.?:? terrific storm
hicago prooted trees, un
r_ Idings and destroyed
? i ' ?? wa and signs.
rries ; nd freezing tcmpera
i of the gale
"ichigan into fury
;; ed storm warning'S to be sent
? towi di -irict ta!l build
wii d scoops, shoot
' gale into th< stre< ts with such
* ? re swept from
, ^ 'unted p ? waa blown
hors< Oi on< down-town
? ? ? g< were overturned
? -? ripped from machines.
?, attending a me*?t
Bapt st Church,
??' < Ibicago, on
? rd tarrow ly escaped
r' ? *: ' ??>? ' t ? auditorium.
To Hurry Up Tt
Mayor Says [\v Isift Worrird as Govcriior, Cheered
by 700 Merchants, Throws Doun Gauntlet
to llim and Traction Lines, Notifying
I hem Thal Quibbling Must Stop
Governor Miller cavp warning yesterday of "more dra I ? iciion'' if
the Hylan administration persisl in il efforts to obstruct proprci
towavd transil relief. He told of tho hundreds of millions of citj
tied up in transit lines at presenl unprolitable and of grcat extcnsiona
of these lines, almosl completed, held up by the 11.
while i1 talked futilely of scrapping prcseni line and ibstitutii
lines fi r whioh it had no funds to pay. Then In
"Now. the duty to pass on those [uncomplctcd ubwayl contraets ?
ministerial. 1 have no doubl that a taxpayer, ccrtainly n pai
contract, could compel acticn, but 1 am led to make anothcr oh i i
that thal sorl of conduct if persisted in too long ma.v beconu1 ucli ??
Moyd George demand* Gcrmans
withdraw from Russian treaty or div
cussiona of Russian affnirs at Genoa
conference; diatruat growing; Ger
nians accused of secrct military
ag rcl mcnt w t h So\ icts.
!' Morgan ^aid to have nr
niembership on Reparation
( ??; ? ion'i eommitloe on German
American Federal Reservc Bank
kfd to pa '' icipate in Euro
pca? financial confcrcnce
? ? ? offic ia] rules divorce ob
ormer Sonator Hollis
prior lo rcccnl marriage :-- vo ;
Poi ig i p avialors p1.-tne \> rocked;
? ?? ? ? ? crafl or abnndon
? n \t!antic flight.
; civic orga i izat ions bring
'." ? ? ?'? 01 lo conclude
? ? ? ? cwed i n Belfast.
!: ;, ?; ng wani Scna tc bc will vcto
boiui! bil] ? i ?' carric pro ion
? ?? ? , rf'1- ?? ;?. rovenue
1 IIJ ?
I ,i b o r
pas i big na1 ;>;'. tvhich
otc, 279 to 78
of ~.- 1.0(1,0011
? rcatenp "d ras iic action
agaii I Hylan f obslruct ivc Ira
Lai-t c ronti
[,adj Astor captures New York in
?' ;.i humor, pol it icp an I
cr p co.'?' on world affairs.
Pa i arrest - sixt cen > ear -old
i igpp wlui stole $122,000 nn<l
rev all bul $SnO in ri ei
Smitb ? ? ?.??? i 11 ? lan. :??? h o ?;' ack s
Port Authoritj at dinner after mak
ing fun ???r i i ??? ?? n I loyle,
I ,, ,vyei ?'"?; i nj u nct ;->'' loar race
?' lloratd Square liquor raiders,
? \ |an .,, t,,,-?< gas cut ? off ord in
as landlords" boo Chief Kenlon.
Scorp of girls rescucd by thrce po
liecmen and fircmen in Fifty sevcnth
! I ? cel bla/.e.
SpmenofT rcleascd as Cast Side
ieer; will rcniHi n in U. ',?'?.
.... (?;,.. -, i cbarges.
State trooper raiding HaversLrav,
ai ? ? ? rormei Mayor in wl
Edscl Ford sayp business ia better.
Kin already ricb, Emily H. Bourne
lcavea balf her millioti to cbarity.
Thirteen m<Mi in autos arrcsted on
tbird day of robbers' truce.
Ziegfeld beauty takea morcury in
rnistake for aspi ri n
Third important Catholio cdifice
destroycd at Montreal as result of
pryomaniac's activit ies
John D. Dodge, son of late motor
millionaire, convicted of i'legal
possession of liquoi.
Minera assert soft ro;i\ price is
advanced !nfi per crnt in Pittsburgb
district; disorders in anthracite
SPOR ! !
( larcnce 1'f Mar wins Boston
marathon in record time, his secdnd
victory in the race after eleven years.
Yankces 1 reak even in a double
header with the Red Sox at Boston,
losing the firsi gamp. 5 to ". and wln
ning the second, 6 to 1,
The Yankees open thcir home sra
son at the l'olo Grounds to-day. The
raising of the American Lcague pen
nant will be a feature.
MARKETS AND SHIPS
Stook prices resume upward trend.
N>w Haven road reporta operat
ing profit for March.
Illinois Central shows 1921 earn
ings equal to S8.87 a Bhare.
Free Synagogue Onter Building
for West Sixty-eighth Street will cost
United States Lines' manager going
abroad to check up on agencies.
Virtue on Job Wilh His
Fish-TaUed Lady Friends
Civic Virtue, the widely discussed
statue, ?rs hauled to City Hall after
dark last night in a motor truck. Only
t'tie head of Civic Virtue himself v.as
i visible, his body and the rest of the
group being hidden by a canvaa shroud.
With about a dozen loungera lending
1 a critical eye, workmen pried Civic
Virtue off the truck and put it on the
' skida leading to the pedestal in the
With nothing but his short sword to
protect himself and his fish-tailed ladj
... ,;. i r. m tb( weatl r. ( -? Virtue
, -v.i' in ~ danip and chill; n ght.
S'prrosF violat ion nf pfnual dul \ a lo
justify indeed, if nei 'I lic, I o re
quirc more drastic ac(ion."
Members of the Fifth Avcmif \ ?
ciation, whom he was Rddreasing at a
luncheon at the Waldorl A torla Hotcl
rose from their chaira and chcorod
this impliod tbreat of removal of i
offtciala for "groaa violation ol of
ficial '?;! 3 " rbi y cheered aga ?
' or M llev said thal th.
i companie j ? ( ,-' going lo find il
' '"? ? attemplcd ' the ordcr
of" the Transil Commiasion Ihat thoy
no longer were deal ing ?. ?
ous fulminal iona from Citj ':
Hylan Sa\ s Hc lsn'1 Worried
M thia wa i qu : p "unneknov i l
'?:?;. or l!\ lan, Gp to tln li , ? . ? \v
lefl liis office laal nighl lln Ma> n
ad not even 1
i ' ' nated, to road <1.m M
il" said ? ?..
H ghl be, : ?? i,|, after t
I ? . and then hastcned tn thal
.ing : ould he aid of thal I ?
; inont, :i t was "only
rin Mayor had enouj en |
. the mal ter, I ? iiformi-d
! "I" il, to fisk when I.rcl
"Oh." i ? . when told thal llu
1 ,"- - ?nor had addrossed thi I flh * ?
nue Associalion, "I didn then
v ;, anj lunchcon "
The Mayor and tbe ransit coi >ai r
wer, equally vrong, l ,?? ernoi
deelan d, in the viev
" I ich eacl I ? ! ? ? : , hel i ? I
publ ic. 'I he eom pa n e ; we n > i ong in
ti ding mori thai ? ? ? ?
- id, and thr cil oflicial
-' rong in tl r blund
purp di i ? - '
It wa cant, hi ? I when
- mi on of able New Yort ? ti
fis had been appointed to icl in llu
eri I of the public I fotind il.soH
opposed bol h bv the con lai i and I-.
Tlie prel iminarj sta ? he ? ? -
mis on's ?.'. ork was fin ? i ? ?.
ernor said, and il wa.- aboul i i
??? ' down to buaii.? ? i!
"d ra stic acl i " ?? i
; guilty of grc? derelictio
balaneed by his= I hn al ::...' Il Iran I
companie need ? xpo<. c
al ion of their claims for an>
of their propert ies ( xc< pl on I he ba i
nr i a rnii ?.? .
"Figl I :? oul on lh( lim
: mappi I oul ? | .. :,:!
. said to George McAm n; I'ra
< 'ommias ioner, who also i1 the
gue ' tabh
Rob( rt Gi ier ( ool' e, presidei
; :? oeial ion, pre ?idcd at tln unclii
Almost sev< liundred
present, tbe atl endance being th<
est in thi hiator\ of lln orj
Governoi M illei followed ,T
I ? r, whos, ibject wa "Thi ! i r il i
e of the Fifth Avcnm \? ?
"Th ??? i "''li for impro\ ed . ?
... transil i ? ? I I ? I; ? v i t}
lo day appan n I," sa id Governoi
M i ?? "li haa becomc aeul
need hm; Id have bei i equa ap
parent lo I hosn charj: d witli off
? ? lility a year ago, two yeara
1 ago, three years -. o, foui
?? ,1;', of which linn
facili.ties havc beei going backward
and meanwbile the travel upon hi ?
linea haa been i ncn a; n g ai i
of 4,000 a day.
Frozen Credil Could Meel Uill
"The cil y no? has enough
, credit in thr subway seeur ties, if il
j could be releaseel and I thal credil
cou Id l-i converted, i I \\ ere, into a
r,'\ olving credil to fina i ndefinitel;
all of the extensioi s and ne ,v
that will be needed to meet the grow
i ng nece ssities of tln ? I
Governor Miller aaked wh;, it waa
! hat nol hing consli act v< had beei
donc in the last r>'i r ;? i ??:";. i
: / '' answeri d tbe quesl ion him
"\\ was becauae," said he, "thi ri wa
io Bingle authority competi I
w ith the problem to undei a soln
j i on. A nd in tl c second place, t.hi
I tudc of thi companies and of the citj
administration bul tendi to inflame and
: disorder the public mind i ' the oi
] hand, the companies were giving poor
scrvice and demandin}; an incre: ed
'? fare That enabled i i;'1 cil Imir
1 ration to curry popular 'a\ or b .:
I eal ing to the very prejud ice \vl the
con panies themsi Ives wi re ,!.??.:'.?. creal
' ing. That enabled the citj
tion to get away temporai ; v th I
tContlmirel on pagc fourl
With $121,000 inRiver
Lad Blamrs Sprintj
\nd llalfu! of (lasii
'Guess I'rn Crazy,' Asserts
Orphan, l(>. Who Was
Truslcd Wilh Millions
Poberi Byri Ippii yi ara old, a
? ? ? -I by ('. n. Halscy
* ' " ? brokpi . :il .', \V iltiani Sl reel.
II-! tP(| : ' ? |. (?] ; . ,j With
? ?? " " : ?:.nni the firm.
: I ? .va Lal'.- ii ivithi ii a e\\ door i
ho 1 Aliddagh Strcnt, Brook
ifter bcing capl ir. d by n
"I gues3 I'm cra he ni d ad '
pntire let ? ???'
\ ork ('?': had be< n eeking Ryrnea
'-'"'?', the bani ri Williani Ka\ .
of Hat.m a l o . notified t'o
I ' ?? < leadqua rtors of Byrni .- di ap
p i ? a r a i i c i I i r g i . i
ccuritii that a gencral
alarm be aem out. When i aken into
cu :. Byrni aid hc had t Ii row n
. 1,000 worth
ppu ritii ? ?. the I ?: ? Ri vpi from
a I ip Kalli A\ pii ui . ar whilc croi ng
; klyn Bridn H n rendi red
the i isted t.n him
Scnt Out V*t ith S210.H7J1
V .??;?;? :.. Ronorl i . Weimer, a
V i 111 B y r n e a,
horl ly befoi e
timi d clipcka
I ; ? 10,00*0
? - . ? h to hi ,iopn ited with
? ? ? cv Vork, il <18 Wall
\ftei thi .<o[| an af
tanl ? ? loil llal y & Co. on
..... . ...,,.
i ,, ; i,, . . there.
a lnaii iii'roI ?. ? uring t In la> When
Byrni lefl ? .fficial said, he
.-,.'. d to a ppea i' be
bai .I ' !-1 ough t;. i ??
llal ??- &
I Byrni ad i
- i ; 000, logpl ;?.?:
I".i' rol nia n
|,ai ?? Ihi ' r Streol police
? ,, ...... was oi pos!
? .. H ic.k
. ? ? ? ? ,;,:-. and saw
' ? ? i I - ?
? ? ? ? ':..;.?
Diel .v Co..
! |,ii -? SlreeC Ihal ByniPR, whose
? ; ion bchind, was
. ? i.mi ovpi ? 100,
Ki?. piuployera!' N'orria
houted GeM . ouiek'"
Cash VYciit lo \\\< Ifcid
Larl 1 i bo; i I ho Poplar
tation, cri noi l han $850 in
:! \ ' ' ? r dc
nying \'on - . ? ? ? .?
I'hanged I ? nd ind nfon t ? ? ?
: ? I -I ' . ' .. i ? ' . .:
crazy,-' hi -.-. id. "I had
Hi . Byrm . I I I Pop ?
' ? ? ? ' tion :- the di !';i!.-;ii ion
i re, and offic a
? . notit'n Man
airer "A'pp.ner and Ca iii>i Ka.\ reachi I
? ;. The for
pearcd n ii ; "'??.?? ed at Byrni i'a
Hi aid In . ed I
? " ?? ? ;. ? iiinting to
ions of dollars.
" W hat nto you, Bob '"' he de
anded .] ho prisoner,
"Mi '.'. ' . mswored, "1
ust like a fl
ng told ii lo .'; .;.?!. the
? . the ? : :. and go ;"
1 Ihouglit I'd ..'. : i ranch
out there n . makp lol of money
and i ay the back. ! wa; oi
DeKalh \vei h i r cro ing i' rooklyn
i. ..? ': ? black bag with the se
curitip I Loased ofl the i ea r plat form.
It fi rough tl elevated trestle
nto th< I ' I'ivei The conduetor
. kpd i i ia! I thi ??.' ;.v. a: and I n id
? was ;tale lunch. After that 1 actcd
sort of I'ool isli I boug ' i ri rk kni fe
and i t ing kni ff, wit I n dec r,,;
mdl I thoughl I'd n< ed
?. ?? V, , ?. -
Givcn l.'p bj ilis I'al
"\Yhen 1 I I dotic ii
> I d I had to go
Y. . ? ? ng thi ?? iritie.s, so !
?.? i eady. Near
ii ? I met Waller 'on ft'e've -i1
.... I tbought ma s ??? ' e
go VVi .. i : ol i him
wliat I had i ho wed hi m my
roll ' and 1 knew he
't go V. i walked i long together
? e questions until
? ? i i nd t corner of Mid -
.... and Hicks -trect . Then he
iropped nd ind h hi arma
Contlnui a on p '.gr ny?)
Six Lawvers, Eleven Detcrtives
11 a i\ci
' s * zfk h
..-,.?. - n ii unct ion raced
eleven detectives leading a cavalcade
of six patrol wagons from West Tbir
; ticth Street police station last i
in an effort to prevent the polici fr m
- z ng $50,000 wortb of liquors in Ttm
othy Shine's hotel and restaurant at
426-428 Seventh Avenue.
The detectives, members ": :
Lahey's staff, got there first and had
put $25,000 worth <-?;' M >-. Shme'
into a truck before any one could b?
? i'ound in authority upon whom I
: tbe injunction. Tben the ra d ended.
' Shine was arrested charged with *. ? h
tion of the Mullan-Gage law and re
' leased on $500 bond.
According to the police thi
ahou: half the stock loaded when the
h gal ? ? lad arrived w i ing an injunc?
tion and demanding that search he
ped. Shine told the detectives they
were liable foi d . i . . lone, as all t;:"
I hiyd beei ght befon .
tion. Hi . ? ??? < ? of 6i ? ire wa,
and I t to
rhi raid was madi undcr direct ion
i r Lieutenant James I >uff; . !!?? said
he arch warrant obtained
prei Ci irt Justice ? !ohalan.
[ : ; ?? ;.;- ve ! ei n bough t
in the :?. ne ? i tauranl by Detectives
idd; and Norton fi om a waiter
: amed Ai Irew Mc Ma
h <:- ped atei th 1 :; ?? search
warrant applied to the building at 428
Sevent Avenui This was searched by
the detei vi . who found no liquor in
it. They 1 i b igan a -"arch at 4'J'',.
ives thi re, oi the I hird floor.
[t wa ? ? e the [iior was found.
Thi ? ??? i ch at Sh ine' home was
made over hi s protest. When this
ng be went with his
lawyers to Justice Cohalan, who is
jui etii n restraining the po
1 ici from ieizing the I iquor ? if thi y
?? ? .e's rcsi lence. The Shii e
battery raci eutcnanl I luffy'a
b'ocks, but found
. ? ? ? ? ? ? taurant that a truck
. loadi ..
v will Veto
Vsserls Mcasurc Must Pro
vidc Means of Raisini?
or Certificate Essues
No Objection lo
Senate Finance Board lo
Krporl II in A Weeks
?' ' ?? - tYa.iMn0lo? Burrnu '
VvASHlNGTOX, April 19. In a con
ferenee between Preaidenl Harding and
; ? : ? i Wataon, of rndiann, I
White llou " to day the Pi c
,lont toltl ? ? ntoi Wataon thal
would etn I ? honus bill unlesa il
contained some proviaion for rais ng
the funda necded to meet the additional
compensation for the World War vel
erans. The Preaidenl also informed
Senator Wataon he wa i opposed to '
using the British debt for paying the
bonui unle i; e money n aa ai I
,:l ' and, and va opposed to a do
mestic hond or certificate issue
The version of the intei view ?? I
was givcn out by Senator Wataon aftti
hc left thi \\ hite Hou: i efl no <\< ubt
"i the m :,.; , cnators n nd othi ?
thal ! he Pre idenl is i rongly op io edj
to i he bon ia bill n il pas ed the
Hou Mr Hai din; is aid to have
I ? ? nator Wat son hi ; positioi wa:
inalterable 1 he annoui cenn
Pri idi ? ? : atl.il ude cauaed al] the
more romment hecauae of ihe faet
1 i man Fordnej <>r Ihe \\ a?. and
Gommittci cc ntl; Ba d in a
letter that the Presidenl " ould sign
the llousf bill, w hich ca rrics t h* ccr- '
id plai of paymenl
Adds lo Complication?.
om Hi ieat ion ? ovi ;? the
???? ' on, i: waa apjxii cnt, ha ? e been
i ncreased bj whal : i said to have
pa ed to day between the Pre idi nt
'"; ' Inr Watsoi Al I he saine ! ime
Ihcsc , omplici tion: have nol ai ;d
; ' ' movonmnl for bonu :
lal ion In faet, Senator Wal: on,
' returi i: ' ? Llu i apitol, saii I
I inanee i ommitl.iuld take up thi
bonu h'.ll to morrov and - ?
?.- port on it in 11 ? ? veeki or lesa.
Hi r!i clan I the threai ' l c Demo
ernt i and other ad\ m ate - of the bill
to move to diacharge the Finance Com
mitlee from con dera I ion of i he rnen ;
urc ', three weeks was nol an idle
? iul "? o ild br ca rried oul, providcd
the committee did not make a report.
Moreover, he added, the votea could ; ?
i ? n tcrcd io dischargo the committee
Inasmuch as Chairman Me< umber of
the Finance Committee is sponsoring
bonus legislalion in tl"' Senate and
ha I rong supporl i n t he comm itl ee, il
? n ' a Limed he will n i!o??'' any jrrass
to p rnv under h i = I". n thi niatter
,.'" |-t.poi ting oul a bonu - bil
Senator McCuniber wil] have a con
feren..vith tho Pre idenl s"on. Mr.
McCumber :.; not opposed to the llou.,.
bill so far aa the certificate and loan
? an ;- concerned, and is disposed to
rep :' the llouse bill with little change.
it remains to be seen on what sorl ol
terms no and President Harding can
gel togethor, if indeed they can gcl
together a' all.
No Objection to Tariff Ainendment
Senator Wataon lold tbe President
'" da> that Finance Committee Repub
were discuasing the addition of
irovi ions for' raising money for the
?, an amendment to the tariff
bill. The President, it is underatood,
did not object to this. This plan is
bcing considered in order to get around
the conslitutional difficulty thal thr
bonus bill, as it stands, is not a rev
cnue measure and cannot be amended
in the Senate by adding revenuc raia
ing features. A1 least, this is the view
of some of tho Senate lawyers. So far
n-~ constitutionality ia concerned, tho
Senate can add wbatever it. pleaaes lo
the tariff bill with relation to raising
lo meet the bonus
Ono of the diflicultics in Ihe way of
a bonus amendment to the tariff bil! i*
that it will arousc tho apprehen ioi -
? . tariff advoeal es ?ho think the
tariff bill is already surrounded with
enough conl n,- i rs;
Senatoi V, al son i : still advoeal ing
passage of a straight-out cas,h
bonus bill, with, a sale: tax as th'e
means of ra i ling tho money. However,
)... ?-?;?,;,! this waa hia individual view
and not the Finance Committee view.
Some time ago President Harding fa
vorcd meeting tho bonus, if it had to be
met, by a sales tax.
Dodge Is Found (iuilly
Of Transporting Liquor
Wealthy Detroi! Man and Friend
Convicted in Case Growing
Out of Joy Ride
KALAMAZOO, Mich., April 19. -John
Duval Dodge, Detroit millionaire, and
Rex Earl, an architect of Kalamazoo,
wcre convicted in Circuit Court here
late to-day on a charge of illegally
possessing, transporting and furnish
ing liquor. Attorneys for the de
fcndants immediately gave notice of
appcal and Judge Weimer withheld
The charges against Dodge and Earl
resulted from an automobile ride here
on the night of March II, when they
invited three young women into their
car and drove them against their pro
tests into the country. During the
ride the three girls teatified they were
Dodge anri Earl are liable to aentence
to one year's impriaonment or 31,000
tine and costs of the trial, or both.
The present case was the aecond ap
pearance here of the Detroit million?
aire, who is a son of the !at.' John F.
Dodge, automobile manufacturer, with
in a few weeka.
Hia lirat trial was on the charge of
driving while intoxicated. Immediately
after his lirst tiiai h< was sentenced
to serve five days in the House of Cor
rection in Detroit for exceeding the
O ' w
I ^ : E
Charges Secrei MHifarv Par!
In l\us$o-(>(>nnuii Afirevnwnt
L.ONDON Vpr 110 B; i . ?
ciated Pre Allen l lenn nt Ed ?
Eiberal member of the Hou ' >m
mons, who has jusl returned
tour of -.? ,- itigat .1
nid to-day I 1 w is informed
I- riday b; 1 epn Bental ive Germa
a compacl had been con ... I ? wei
Pru ?. . Lithoi H p ? Berlin and
' repi entativi
tun ?";. fll in .,.:?. , , . .
1 ... 1 pcmcnt include I a ....
tary agreement i nvob ing I hi n utu
uae of Soviet soldiei ind officei
< lerman officei i ;.nd ' no
Mr. Edwai d n . long stat' mr ni
said be gal hered ampb ti I rr 1
'hi ' tTecl that Gcrmanj was ab ?? t.
her reparationa obligations
declared that as long as Ge) n ai | ..
m< 1 ? had to go throug the co
pipe of Prus ;ian ofricialdi n vast 1
ext racted fi om Cei ;payi
thi ? purposi . ?> ould be defleel 1 rl I
Smith Sits on
Hvlan \\ \u*n He
A liucks !)ovh*
h\-<?o\rrnor Aroused .-!-.
Mayor Drags In the Porl
4uthoi*it) in His Caustir
Comnicnt 011 Spiritiialiani
Ca'lls Him a "Prclender"
l..">(M) al Broadwat Dinner
Clieer as Speakers Take
^ erbal Shots al i \\\ Chi^f
Ei m ei Covernoi A -.
Kttacked Ma\ or Ii :..- I ? ?..
rctendci to km ... ed - I ? ,
P' ? s, and suggi ted I at ho call
upon Sir A i-thur l ? ?, | . . : ?,
ousl; niade I'ui ' ;. ? | ? 1
prevail upon sonie dwelh
world to inst ruct him.
I he : ormer 1, ? ? . s| rjcturcs
upon the Maj or cau ? I I f>0i ?:
the annual dinner of the Broadway Aa
sociation to how I with dclig 1
The Maj or b oug I ? ... ?
hii elf by a critic ? P .. ? \ .
" ', plan, which "... p pared under
lidance of Mr. Smit! ri e addn
?? Mayor was devoti .1 Ia ,
attack 11 ? tandbj ?. "the ii tei
' ' ." and 011 Sir Arthu Conai Di
and piritualism. I 1 ' , who read
an iscripl.'? ?. ? ,? ? ? ? . .. .
ion upon spiritualism. and declared
ther.e was nothing nev ? ? ? ? ? .
what Sir Arthur said. Moreove . I ?
Mayor reminded hia auditors, Sir
A rthur C an Engl i -'. ma 1 .
Mayor Ccnsors IVallis's Speech
Just before the Mayor madi hia
speech he caused the toasti ter,
Frederick A. \Yallia, who was his
paign manager lasl fal I and ??? ho ?
contly was ti ppoint ed chairman
linance committec of the Demoe
Sl nte < 'onimit tee, to eliminale from h
owti speech an attack on crime condi
1 ion 3 i n New York Cit y.
Mr. VVallis, after the Mayor'a arri 'al,
called on the newspaper nen present
and said that I he Ma; 1 r I ad thought
t he referencc to crinn :ond I ons an
attai '-. ..:i ? he city and that there
fore he would omit it from ::;.-- pi ech,
wh .Ii he did.
The parl of M r VVallia'a
which the Mayor cen 01 'd fi lows:
"it ia the city where org; ? 1 1
gambling and graft trample law ? ;.
foot and challenge the forces of g.i
g ? ?? rnment.
"It ia in the city, . ghl : ere i n
Broadway, where the hold up man
literally laughs at constituted autbor
ity. The middle of the road, in the
middle of the day, haa no fear for
Al ter Mayor !i;. lan fi nished hi 1
speech, which ended .vith his attack on
the Port Authority plan William A.
Prendergast, chairman of the Public
Service Coinmission, was introduced,
and then ex-Governor Smith.
Looking hard at Mayor Llylan, tho
formcr Governor said :
"I never pretended to be a student,
iContlnuetl an pugr foari
Brown Slouoh flal Ghost
Peeps in 3d FloorWindow
Mrs. \\ illiams and Her Brother
Deparl Hastily as Slarry
Eyed \ isilor Returrts
TRENTON, X. J., April 19.- Mrs Al
bert Williams and hcr brother, Arthur
Silvers, left their home in White City
Park before dawn this morning. The
ghost tl al annoyed them lasl week was
back again, they said. In spite of the
convincing account given by Mrs. Wil?
liams and her brother of the return of
the ghost, Mrs. Henrietta Episcopo,
owner of the house, is skeptical. She
says the ghost hasn't walked for her
for three months.
"It wears a slouch hat which I be
lieve i-; brown," said Mrs, Williams.
"Tho hat is pulled well over its face.
It has large, starry eyes, which are
absolutely horrible, It appeared at niy
bedroom window on the thinl floor. I
know it. was a ghost becausc no man
could peer into a third story window
without a ladder or support of some
"No ghost ever tioubled me when 1
livcd there," said Mrs. Episcopo. "The
Williamses owe me three months,'
Secs (rorman ond Red
Arinies Ready for M ar
i'ARIS, \p : ? I'hc i
G'i'o. in " I.'K lair,"
and ai ? ? ? ? readii
?,???.-, i ? ?
and tha I R.u
Rcd annii ; nrp threatt
Polish : m 1
"Thcre. i ? ? ? ? c if
" wanl lo avoid w ar," thi svi ? ? ?
th e r pu rpo si i,
11 . . . ,...;-'., ?, i
fieliei ed \ iolation of I'rcaty
;' \R1 \ i i By The A
;' ? ? ? i ,c t wei Go i
' ." i n "-.t psgi .
Bill, 279 lo7?
Lines I j? With Harding for
Bigger Peaee-Time Sea
Foree Vfjf>r a Nine-Da\
Kiphl Splitling Parly Lines
Kxpenses Will Be S 12.000 -
000 MoreThan This Year:
Wiation Inerease Bealeii
vVASHI.\"GTO> \. ? :...?:'.
??'' t | .. ? ? .
i ti of th
C o n m oi ?? .,.
t Har .,-...
nse o 13.000 and
' ? ?' ?.o I ??: the ovei
"'?' '?' ' .'79 to 7S rlic di
vision on I ...
rsonni waa 221 fo
i o aga nst, triking efeat
and ".' ?
.loor 1 ea ler M
who f, ughl I ' to the last
iti fi thi small
rhe actioi of the owei ouse,
mi ? un to th
, iate, cl sed 1
?? ? i -: i ? ? . ?'
betwei ? two e 1 c m en I , v ?
w idi ly Republicai and Dem
As passed the bill carries a total
? rman Patrick Kelle> d thi
committi e on naval app. ,?, di
mandi I a roll ca ? tioi
the ami ndment increa
. afti r 5 o'i lock, cl ;ing the
di bate !"? e n cord n vi . led 1 13 Re
publicana ai d forty-eight I ?emi ci ta
for the amendment, and ninety
n . fi ' even Dcmocra
tli t, Meyer London, of NTew '?
against il Approval for the
sponding increase in the e m inl
'?'? i 11 be i for pay was au11
;' having been pri agreei
combine the M ? '. ? .. \ ai ,?
amendmenl s under a single vo1 I I -
i mi ndmen I provid ing or n addi
tional iti * cnance and pro^ isions, ?? f
fered by Represenl ti Swi ?.,.. Rep ib
I ica n, of i .' ' rnia, ??< nt : hroui
a viva ? ? ??-, and the House im
mediately balloted on inal passage of
Th inci a ?.the Approp
,; on ?::?'? -? 's bill vill i lean an addi
tional co I of $39,816,662, of ?
aboul - 12,1.,000 is for ini reasi
to a letter I r,
the Navy Denby, read to the House by
Mr. Kelley. However, Chairman Mad
den again declar.ed the d ffi i ence will
Lill ately mcan another $i
Represental i\ e Kelley said, ? ,
s ote was being taken, that coun i
cost of 19,000 additional m n and tl
of scrapping to come in ai
b II, thi enl ire cost of t he i avy for I h ?
i ? ? ?' l] .. ear wi ) be $ 126,000 000, or
$ 12,000 000 more than the pri ?? I . ?
He ,est imated : hi seci nd yea u
naval limitatioi will mean an outlay of
$401,000,000 foi this country.
The first important action taken
day on the bill was the rejectio af ei
extended debate, of an amendment
d by Represental ive II icks, Re
publ can f New Ybrk, which sought to
increase the appropriation for the avi
ti :: branch of the navy from $5,475,
000, the amounl carried in the measure,
to $7,093,000. i he division showed I
ty-four members for the incr.ease and
In the course of the discussion of the
air ><-;\:cf. Republicans and D
cral alike demanded that tbe army
' and navy air forces bc con.- didated
and given every opportunity to develop
j to the highest point of efficiency
Miss Robertson .Joina Hicks
Miss Alice Robertson, Republican, of
Oklahoma, joined the movement
launched by Mr. Hicks. Tho most vi^
orous support of the Hicks amendment
was given by Chairman Philip Camp
bell of the Rules Committee, who de
scribed the plan a* "the most effe
weapon of national defense hereafter."
An amendment, offered by Repre
sentative Lanham, Democrat, of Texas,
which was adopted without opposition,
specifiea that $400,000 of the money
for aviation must be used for the main
tenance, repair and operation of the
government heliuni plant.
I',-, mier. '?!. i ?'???,-. V
(jermans. i':-:i:.u;s!- 1 !an?
criisi^ f>i Russian J rrat *
or Ouif l!: LoiifVrt'nce
Briton's I ,(,i\
Rcfusal of Plenar** Se*
sion \-->.!ihfJ: R<?rlin lo
I)c!i\?'- Viiswcr '1 o-dav
? ? ? ?
' ' -
Mlied \<'i?? ii ' iondi mned
,;'" Rus :
ent shift i
.... e for 1 iction ta
\ ': . ?
passive parl permitted
TI e Allii > r.-. -
trals of ? ? II meet
.- ? ?
A i: isiai te. in v. hich they accuse
t to thi secretary
i conferi uce soon. The
w at the
Gi ? . ? Russsa
? the confer
tain that thej
M. Radowskj ,
?'.'' -... -
? ? ? , .
' I ' ? .
No Con'iessions Predicted
Lloyd Gei of th?
r his talk
I of the
ence with th I
? -? ? there is no
doubt that n desperate attempt ia be
' ing made b. nds to prev< -
. I up. \: ? he
same timi I tl vitall;
; concern ? wi
; i-, ssion. ii....
: ot::: ng ? ? can be :ic
hed ? ?" Ru iia ind Germanj. are
excludi .1 :'rorri co ope .'
h ? ' lo I Georgi
ti :?!--??' * i at 1 exl
embai rassing and i v .? all his
I skill to get the conf< j ence g
; As the - it uation stam pe is in
an infinitely worse posit >n to di
when the conference first met
i Rus8ians are the only ones who have
j ^ot anything out of the conference thus
j far. It is believed that Germany hasj
i seriously weakened her case against
i i'i ance bj
l treaty, from which they can -upe to