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THE SUN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10,; 1912.
MAYOR ACCUSES 8
Snys Aldermen Got Money
lor Licenses Through
It K PLY fX LIBEL
; Gives Names
NO AXSWKH, SAYS (TRIIAX
Ma.vor's Stn lemon ts
Imis" nnd Jp Will
Prt'ss M i.vor liujnor filed wxtrrdiiy
County Oli-rk'x ottlcv hi nnsvv.r
ncnn.in llrnry II. ('uiTniiV
HUlt for libel. The .Mnvnr
rclterntr.M the stnteinents lipon which he
" -"""'I it name.- Cumin and Hunt
cthrr Aldeinien, who. lie ni.v. were p.ir-tie-
to neWKstand urafllnL', either In
dltlrlitnlly or lliroucli peixuns dcsis-
lllM-ll 1,y t,p Jt.lor .,..,.,! ,pprr;4."
The Mnjnr ,t.s up i. l.hn... nf Jus.
t:iir.nin (i mi unit, r n 1,1., j.;,t,..
tilf-nti ji nil ilrnl.il tliji; fuiT.ui had a
pon.l "n.imo in- fame" n the i-omiminity
which vn. liiliM-rd hy the iVjyiir'j
MHUiu.nt. Tue oth.M-. he n.inii-d nre
Atdrimril .In-., ph .St-hln-p, '. Keluu-y.
I.niis Wendell, .li , A. W. Ilr-rlist. Krei'l.
uIW. V. Itit'hler. .In!, it J. .McCann and
.-Aldennen Nnll.ni.iun nnd .Vnnnun.
The May.ir s.iy that there nre about
7.(i'i0 news ami other street Miami
thloUKhnui the city, and that the cum.
lorn has Ih-i-ii for the persons eoudutt
Inir the stniids to pay frorr $;.0 to $.'.00
for the lleenses. lie iiUcro "on In
fo! motion nnd belief," tint the Alder
men hu-ti id nf dealing with the licenses
POl-oujIl) did limim- with a go be
nvetn. who pone;. illy vj a "ward
heeler." The A Morn id a dellveien tim
license to the ko between and l,e re
fused to turn It u-v rt, the uppllcant
until ,i tirtiiln amount of money had
been p.ild. '"lure Is no doubt that the
Aldermen shared In the estorlon
mone, the Mayor y..ys.
Mr. O.iynnr alleges tiia: on Septem
ber !. the date of I. Is letter umn which
suit wjs l.rojsht. evidence that Cnr
r.m had been p.nsulnn the system de
, Kcribed had been plllm; up In the vari
ous city departments, and on that date
"the ilcfindant did not see how he as
Mayor of the elty of New York lottld
i xpect the police to be honest when
the police saw on every hand that even
the Aldermen of the city were taking
craft personally or enabling cjirupt
ko netwei ns to do so.
The Mayor allcRfs that mie of the
Ro betw ens was named Curtis. other-,
llenjamln Strauss, Albert .1. lierwln,
l.'hnrles rtuekman. Abraham Wlrton
ber?. Dr. William Shapero. one Hal
piln, Michael Klnp. one llernhardt and
nn Cruise. It Is alleged that the Al
dermen who pursued the method de
scribed were Joseph Sellings, Kenney,
Volkmann. I.ouls Wendell. .Ir. who re
quired appK.ants to Join a political club
In hl dlst;-:. t. flei-bn. who reti-iied
licensees to pay a. frbiid before Klvins
his consent: Frederick W. Klchter. who
recruited thai a third per-on be paid a
certain sum before sivlns his consent
nnd reipilreil a sum for hlmcelf before
renewlr.s. nnd .loliu .1. McCann. who re
quired that applicants move into a cer
tain Assembly district and Join n cer
tain political association and pay dues
n a condition of lii cons'".!!, it is ai
leced that Noonan refusu! to kIv his
consent unl.s applbnuts f.r licenses
Joined a certain pullllc.il club.
The answer sett, fotth that money was
paid to tiiiapero. Itlchter. Kine. W.trten
berg, one Mo-kowItx: In 'urr;ih' dls
trl.'t, VolkenberBi and was demanded
by Alderman Ilerbt. The Mayor says
certain of the Individuals ho names
were ward heelers', who could have had
no possible legitimate relations with the
plaintiff as a mcmbtr of the Hoard of
Aldermen or with any other members
of the board. ,
Against Curran Individually the
Mayor i-hanje.i that one Fried at
tempted to open a stand at the south
east corner of SlNth avenue and
Twenty-fifth street: that Curran opened
negotiation; through one Mullaney, and
handed n man accompanying Mullaney
nn application bearing his consent for
the stand In question, with the name of
the applicant left blank. .Subsequently
Fried' name was filled In .u4 the li
cense Issued to him.
The second charge against Curran !
that Max Feldsteln wanted to open a
rtand nt 117 West Twenty-first s'rcot,
and applied to Curran for n license.
Tho applicant was referred to one Hur
ley. Another case was that of Kopol
Scbwartz, who wnnted to renew a li
cense for stand nt 207 West Twenty
seventli street, but Instead of acting
Curran directed the applicant to see one
Ibilprln, auya Mr. Gaynor.
It In alleged further that one Samuel
Gordon, or Abraham Welner, applied for
a Htaml nt .'It West Twenty-fourth street,
but that Curran refused his consent
and said (hat Harry MoseowltJi was the
only person who would not his consent.
It Is alleged that one of the applicants
then paid MoscowltK a uni of money
and got the license. After a further
4imi had been paid to Morcowltr. the
plaintiff Indorsed an application for a
i,tand nt Si West Twenty-second street.
Alderman Wendell said concerning
the charges against him that they wero
threshed out two years, ago. and not
only was nothing done, but ho was re
elected by an Increased majority. "I
do not need tho bolster of n libel milt
to Impress my constituent!) with my
decency," said Wendell.
Alderman Kentyy said he hud done
nothing In the many years he had
been connected with tho board to war
rant tho use nf his name, nlid ho can't
undrrataiid tho referenco to him.
Alderman McCann said ho would give
sum of money to nny charity ir any
on can produce ovldcnco of wrong
doing on his part. Ho says lie has al
ways kept the stand permit business
In bin district clean, but hat) boon ready
to do a favor honestly.
Alderman JlerbSit. said ha knew of no
ground upon which his namo was used,
unlesfl dome enemy of his had related
a political yarn against him.
Alderman Curran said he
nrn th suit to trial an early as
press me nun o irmi an rany u
"I don't regard the reply as a re-
i-ii mmtA -hat am Tint rmaAv in
plr." ald he. Tut am not, reaay to
Mr whether I will move to have all J
or any part of It stricken out. I re
cord Homo of It ns r-ciindnlous nnil Irrelevant."
WANTS NO HELP FROM ROBIN.
, Willow, Win, iiij
lip Ik llnnlipr'
Mrs. I!ertian Holiltiovltcb. who says
sbo Is I ho mother of .ln-eph (! Hobin of
tlin Northern Hank, now itu the Tomlis,
sat on tho floor In n cramped tenement
room at .Hfl Ibx-kaway avenue, P.ast
New York, yesterduy afternoon mourn
ing the death of her husband, who (lii-d
"l lon't want any help from Joseph,"
sue sain I lion i mini en ie-i iiuiu
any one "
Two years ago in a dramatic court
scene llerillllll Itoblllovltcll, then "7
vearn old, and bis wife, two years his
junior, Niid they wete the father anil
mother of liweph (I. llobin, charged
with grand larceny, and of Dr. Louise
ltobinoviti'h, llobin s sister Kobln and
his sister laughed at the couple Uiter
Hobin Niid thev were bis footer parents
Ycslerday Mrs Hobinovitch reieatel
her declaration that she was Itobln's
1 mother, but, while she said she wanted
j no help from him, i-ho did not say a word
! against him.
! Two women wit with her Thev both
said tho widow was not in Immediate
neisl of money, but they did not know
how long her means would lat They
scoffed nt the idea thai Hobinovitch bad
died of starvation.
IDEA OF A BIG NOISE
.Mclidiolilnii Tower ltd I
.Mild liy CoiiipiiriMiii,
FrnnU I.. Davis of the l'laliioii lluild
lug wrote to Mayor Oaynor on Decem
ber 7 complaining that the str'klng of
the clock In the. Metropolitan tower was
a "pretentious annoyance."
This Is the answer be received yts
Dkvi: Mi:. Dvvis. You complain to me
of the dock hi tlm Metioiolitan llulldliiB
You want nn- to stop It. You say It
strikes tour times on the ipiaiter, eight
times on the half, twelve times on the
three-quarter and sixteen times on tin
hour, making forty times an hour, or
L'Hi from A.M. to 12 noon every d.i.
I am sorry for you. Itut reall does tin
clock make as much noise as Dr I'.iiK
hurst does ' You know we all have to
l'Ui- with something, and I am willing
to do my shale of It. Slncei.-ly veins,
W. .1. SYM'i:.
Mr. DavN was Uncertain eterday
afternoon how lie should take the
-Mayor's letter. Although Mr. Davl-
a marble expert, he Is unused to nols?
nnd the tact that he lives In Mont
clalr help-i to make the ringing of the
belN mote unbearable.
"I don't know whether the bells annoy
because I am not musical or not. but at
any rate. I can't ee any need for hav
ing .i perpetual cantata dinned Into tnv
ears." ,-ald Mr. Dav Is.
"(if course it's verv iibe to bave the
bell ling at noon or nt 1 o'clock at
night, but with the windows open in
the summer time It's terrible to hear
that steady tinging. It disturbs me at
the telephone, e-peclally when I talk
to Philadelphia, .is I have to do often.
You can't put In a Vail for Philadelphia
without tho.-e lieil breaking in. And
as for the Mayor's letter'.' Well, It U
hard to Infer things from a letter, nnd
i don't know what to sav about this.
"I don't know why 1 should he
brought in with Dr. I'arkhur.-t. though.
I believe that I read something about
a Utile friction between litem and I
thought they were having a nice time.
I don't want to lntorfe:e or take any
part In their nice time.
"And just what the Mayor mean bv
'we all have to Var with something,
and I am willing. to do my share of It,'
I'm sure I don't know," said tho un
musical Mr. Dav!. "I wonder, now,
do you think he wants me to bear with
him about Dr. I'arkhur.n or does h
want to bear the clock with me, or dos
he want iuj to stand It all hy nn.ielf?
Mr. DavN opened the windows of hi-i
ofllce twice In course of the Interview,
at 4:30 and nt 4:4S. The big hells tolled
and Mr. Dav Is said
"Now listen to that. Jiift think nf
hearing that nbnut forty times an hour
every day. Think of twenty-eight
btrokes at noon time, fly the way," he
asked suddenly, "what has become of
that antl-nolse society'."1 And then
lost himself for a moment In inedlt
.Mr. Davis said he had no complaint
to tnal.e nsalnst the existence of the
clock, that I' was very beautiful, It
didn't ling at night, and all he wanted
was ,i little peace In the daytime.
And his neighbors In the other ofllcoj
felt the -.amo wav, be said.
Dr. Parkhurst's church N directly
across the street from the Mi tropoll
tan Ttulldlng and was originally on the
site now occupied bv the cause of Mr.
DavKs complaint. This he thought was
the reason the Mayor had Joined Dr.
Pnrkhnrst nnd nol.-e In his letter.
STRIKERS ASK FOR MILITIA.
I.HIIe I'nlls Mlllnicn Tell llli
shoilltl He I'rnteetnl.
At.nvMT, Dec. n.- The striker.' In
I.lttle Falls hnvo asked Oov. Dix to end
State troops to protect them against
the local police and private dctCLtlvc-s
brought in by the mill owners.
A letter from roproM-utatlvos of the
strikers to that effect mis put In the
Governor's bunds to-day. Ho said he
vvsuld not send troops except on the
request of the Sheriff and County .fudge
after they hail Informed hJm that they
are unable to hundlu the situation.
MURDERED MAN IDENTIFIED.
Itnllnn rnunil Uenil
In Forest Park
Oaslnro .Wiclll, who was :6j earoldand
lived at 17" .lolinsou avenue, llrooklyn,
was the mull whose body wns found close
lo tho golf links In Forest Park, Queens
Horoiikii, Monday. The Identification was
mud" yoi-tenhty by Antonio Pitutonc of
l,r. .inmison Hvenwe, n nioiuer-iu-iuw
When tin) body wns found I here whs in
one of i no poi'KPiM i mm si-nili-r h receipt
ml, nf u miinnv order. When the brnncli ,..i
union oiieiii-d yesterday morning Oelecftves
CHsienenno nnd Cnpato. who had b
IUinillK ' ' , ir II"- Kill III in,-
stub mid from it ohluineil the nniiio and
address of llie sender They vv'ent to the
house where Ain-Il hud lived and found lie
bad not been seen since I'rlday and then
sought his rel'ilives a lew doors away.
Atitnill's body i-t at I lie pud iireclnii
police slitloii. His widow is saiil to be on
her way hern from Italy
I'orncil .Money Order.
When Frank Melionouch, tn, of
Dniniliis street, was nrnilL-nod vesterdnv-
before Slacl-tinle (ielsnnir in the (iiilr
avenue conn, nroosiyn, on h oiinrgo ot
c,.1tnK ,;(, (n f,,rg,l niiiP- orfliT. two
iwsiiil inspeetors nskr-d that nothing be
done with McDouointh In the Magistral'
court H the ( iov eriunent would Htteiul to
b,s Raso T)lH prl80110ri nowVcr, pleaded
guilty idU wna Ut'ld for tbe Oraod Jury.
EIGHT AMERICAN NIGHTS
Kns'lisli Acloi'-.Mimiifrcr Here
l.ookiiiu- fur IMiiys Suiliiblo for
lh London Aiiilieiiros.
CALLS SUA W DKSTItrCTlVK
I'm f si's Rcliist'o nnd Finds Mnrli
Coiiifoi'f in Work of Young
Sir Herbert Iteerbohm Tree-plnln Mr.
'I reo, the Umdon nelor-inanager was
when last in America sixleen years ago
I arrived on the Carouia ycslerday. lie I
will be here only ojglil davs. It is his llrsl
holiday in lliirly-flve years.
Ho says there's nothing In the, report
that he lias Ik-oii ofTeretl the job of man
aging the Century Theatre for next season, 1
but J i" i.itimated that be might bring bis I
own plays and company to Ibis country
if be felt sure tho American public would
like to have him do so.
He will do tioiielmg on this trip, but will
see a great deal of it. lie purposes lo at
tend n play eueh night and see what mat
inees there aie as well. Also lie is looking
for meric.in pl.ijs to take back lo F.ng
land l.i-l night be saw- "The Daughter
of Heaven" at the Century (In Thurs
day or Satin day he will goto Huston to
inspect "Disra-'Ii" that is if he can get
away fiom his telephone m the Hit.,
('.niton, wheiooM friends wore calling him
up all last evening tiller he letiirned from
l'i-derick Tow n-eiiil Mat tin's Christmas
fund U-nelit at Sherry's.
At .Sherry's, by the way. he almost
liroke bis pledge not to appear on the
stage while here. He made a little speech
in which he Niid:
"I ought not even to be doing this, but
charity covers a multitude of broken
promises, ami anyway, tills is not a stage
but a plat form. Tin; most enviable
man is lie who gives the most happiness
lo others, and here is Mi. Martin con
tinually raising the siibmctged tenth to
the seventh heaven.
"I have a veiy grateful remembrance,
of tlie ho-pitality and kindness I received
at the time of my former v is'it hem. ud,
I might add. that it is good to think that
while helping the por Mr. Mai tin does
not neglect the rifh."
Sir lletbert lleerbobm Tiee recently
shocked F.uglaml and amused and ptolited
hiiiHelf by going into vaiidevlllo lor
eight weeks - four in Loudon and four In
"it wa.s a pleasant ex'rience," li said
last night, "ami I can't tell yon Jiovv much
money it netted This afternoon there
came a cabled offer -an astonishing oner
1 should say- for a return to vaudeville,
but I am rejecting it." and .Sir Herbert
OT coure. the conversation turned to'
Bernard Shaw, whom Sir Herbert deems
most valuable as a "destructive mwot "
"Bernard Shaw is an intellectual
wrecker." he said "He breaks down the
false that is rotten with age in older
that a new- edifice may be built up and
the lnla-ma of prejudice dispelled. I
recently saw 'Fanny's First Play' and
thought it ver' remarkable.
"I have never produced a Shaw play,
by the way. and Shaw alleged tb.it I got
my title for not doing it I explained
that there was an own baser motive
that 1 had threateiiisl to produce a Sha'vv
play unleM. a title was cotileired on me
Miavv and my immaculate brother. Max
liecrbolun. have used tin- theatre for the
exercise of their creative talent. Mv
brother has now given up play writing
He bus gone to Italy and from afar is
darting shafts at his native land."
In Si-- Herbert's opinion the theatre
of America hold a more important place
in tho national life than in any other
country 1'hcatregoing, he said, is a
habit here, whereas, m j-.nglatid it !
indulgence of a low He thinks F.ngli-h
actors are superior
"'I he problem drama th" obstetrical
drama" -lie continued, "lias had its day
in Kngl ind There m clearly a revulsion
against drub, dirt and neurotics. In
(iermanv. where I have just been, there
is decadence, due perphus to idleness and
luxury" that has grown up since the
Franco-Prussian war. The London ten
dency is toward simplicity. Certainly 1
have aimed at that "
Tho manager of His MujiMyV Theatre
think' well of dramatic critic. Lin ne
1 eliuves that there should li two reports
of a play, one telling what tho audience
i links and tho other giv ing the opinion ot
"A good word from the critio while thn
aclor is alive is an ngn-cablo thing," said
Sir Herln'it. "After you aru dead it is
heller lo have a bad epitaph than an ill
reputation, as Shakess'an says. Per
sonally I am glad to Is. an aotor-'m.mager,
l ec.uiso it enables me to do what. I like.
though I conless it would be a rehof to ;
hnvo financial perplexities oil my mind." ,
He is hopeful as to tho younger genera- '
lion of dramatic writers. The form of ;
the drama is locoming lesrt conventional.
Thorn i-i development, in character por- '
trayal, winch, 'iftcr all, ho wild, is tho
gleat (lung in the theatre, and it is com
ing to U- regarded as morn importunt
than tho plot
"Characters." ho said, "used lo Isi in
tho primary colors, mainly ted, white or
blue, but now thero urn muro half tones
and the resulf is good."
Sir Herbert said that his daughter,
Yiola Tree, would not bo lost to the public
Ixs-uu-o of her recent marriage. She has
retired from (lie stage, but will keep on
in grand iijt.i for which sho has liet-n
sliKiymg three years.
The failure of American plays in F.ng
Inhd Sir Herbert attributed to tho fact
that tho Kngli'h aro not Mifliciontly ac
quainted with American conditions.
"I have producisl at least ono American
play, 'Tho Darling of the Clods,'" ho added
"mid recently 1 taw 'Kendy Money' in
l-onilon. It wus excellent. There is
no better producer, by tho way, than
David I tela seo "
Thn visitor willreturn to Knglanrt noxt
Tuesday, bis fifty-ninth birthday, Ho
was thn luncheon guest yesterday of
Frederick Townsend Martin,
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Turfday Aflcrnonii, liro. IT, at 3.
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from Dec. loth until 7
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