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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1918.
HEN BACK OF FOYE
SOUGHT BY WHITMAN
pijtr'ft Mtnrnpy Thinks Hie
1 1 Tires Airiiinsf Cumin
pniJl VN Mil UK KKl'OKTKI)
Hn( l.pffpr Snying Kniil
mi Siiiu hurt's Wns
pf U'urney Whitman hegiin an
"nn yesterday Into Rtntcments
, f Iv.'iii'timn Charles K, Foyo
,,r , . ' Cumin Aldcrmiinlc commit
. i WVdiio-d.iy to determine
" t nut n criminal charge can
. , . ugutist the former Meeker
-.i: A'ni squad man
m under oath when hu tolil
., i can committee, t lint Chairman
n', " Cumin tried to have him
-jf. w i ' asp ngnlnst n snloon Ueepor.
ycy n!"o declared under oath that
' m had hi en denied an adjournment
fcn h sought ono In a Grand Jury
f.ir the purpuso of getting wit
. iK1p hp was a member of the
strong arm squad.
Ktv c a " his attracted the attention
the I' strict Attorney through his
rtmi nj in the .MiiRlstnitp'a Court,
, wit h Magistrate Kernochan
n-o!o i" Commissioner Waldo. Mr.
t'j c r un'ild not allow Foye to tcs
:'y regarding this case Thursday tin
h would walvo Immunity and Foye
-;upd sign any waiver.
The I'Ntrlet Attorney's assistants nr
Vt!- Inrly Interested In learning
Sthr pr not any one prompted Koy
mnke his chnrgn against Chairman
Tfc snlnon keeper for whom Foye
Mill lderman t'urran was interceding
i-5 nit live or havo his business In
Wd'rman Currnn's district and the a
rn liepppr himself said on the witness
!.ind that tip never even heard of Mr.
lrnn It W tin- thpory of the prose
tnr s m estimators that if the charge
adc l Foyp against f'tirrnn Is tintrue
nm probahlo thnt a policeman
ouii tell such a story on his own
Tho nictrlct Attorney's men also aro
nr?tisrrf ltu Slpp'n arrest In Atlantic
' t find thn payment which Slpp
',! he le.-pived to keep out of the
In "iin"i Hon with this the prose
t"r is loultlim Into reports that
7 etnas J Iiorlan. another witness
r:uni the police, has been persuaded
inv mitsid; tho Jurisdiction of the
- v .if New York, or else to keep
fe.m-elf in hiding heu
Ms Dnnan. his wife, has been que-
:i.l and Information of value has
T, 'litalneil. it Is understood tint
- I'li-'rat Attorney lias Information
".' Mr Porlnn tint been receiving
husband's weekly salary since his
: .'Hl'pparancp, although the statement
made b) a mmbcr of th hotel
paiiy recently that Dorian's con
's ' as manager expired on January 1.
M Interest, houever. cntre? In the
k "f persuasion aa Hip factor 'n
"""ii: Dorian awn. TIip District At
.iltl...iigh frank in saying that
i not know where Dorian Is. fppls
! nt that he will , found
T ptn.in Kucne I'ox is til In th
He was ntralKned bpfor.i ,tiis-
'ff and pleaded not utility. DIs-
- V .irne Whitman appeared In
11 person and said that If ball
tTeied he uould aalt for forty-
' ' .us to pxamlne the surety In
ii' t,c 'bat be mlpht ask for u :na-
i ln use in the 5,nno now set In
tl. reports of a fund raised for
- i'i''ir. i. j police OIIICIUIH.
" - ' ilk that b-oi will rIvp himself
' , e-rh !n o the hands of th D.s-
" .rtiev trows dally. The Dis.
V'.rn.-. ii, nv nali Mnn books
L that Si.p drew money on the
-n. lie made the payment to
n no polic" trial of Fox was
' Trial Commissioner Walh
ljl moir.inc the names of Oeore
i' in I of J ilouaid Slpp, his son,
"I nnil there was n response.
' i o it., was no' present.
'-, i1 lommlssioner announced
'Ii Sipp and his son had been
' wi'i. iiibpo-nas. a point upon
" 1'olice lM iartmett' is In dls
"!'b the District Attorney's office,
application would be made, to
il't.tn. fourt for an order illrect-
il'p'-aranci' of the two witnesses
Mt will hap to be served on
-' 'tn It can be effective.
' wi:i bp no opposition on th"
' m District Attorney to the
f "iese orders The efforts
D.ftr'.ct Attorney's men when
' ' r..uk-ht Into the Criminal
t'dlm; on Tuesday last were
as-.ilnst the fourteen Head
l, tf.,.f ,,Pi not on the around
ad a hiihpii-na to sere, but
M'llevid tli.it they were try-
bliu. a firand Jury tvlt
"'i a warrant.
'" TiniKsiunei' Walsh also called
'rial of John J. Skelly. ac
M's. M,i. (loode. Mrs. (!ood
'fftiiled at length In this
('p' thps wlio bae been try
: :.d Iipi for further examlna
I'linl that they had not sue-
. i were Iristrucicd to continue
1 in J Zimmerman wns the
' ' - railed. Itoth en en were ad
ii'. I Tucsdaj. 1'nder the usual
' ihf department the trial of
I t.f dropped now that ho Is I
meiit It Is presumed that!
'nil will he adjourned until
' rmilnal charite Is disposed of. ,
ie t'urnin committee yester-1
' 1 '! 'ii two policemen, formerly '
II' e detectives attached to thai
'n-peetnr Cahalane, were asked I
e rexirled "tipping off" of a
bouse In which Sam Paul
to lie Interested and nn ,
ii d win made as tho tip had
I Word of tho tip reached ,
nor Waldo In a letter which '
'"' District Attorney J. Ilobert j
lend Into the record. Thn let.'
ed "A Member," In part follows:
' "i, .M.sMuMcr lt'dco;
i member of the Kam I'aul As
iiml this Is wl.at Mr. Hani Paul
v " ' I I' show' you bow I stand
Inspectors men. as they told me
1 iiko. Hani, we aio kUk to give
i 'Ku laid to stall th" Inspeetor,
1 off so Ret a new place that jou
't lose any trade.' "
1 Sam Paul went and ,pened up
'.up, lociifd nl d," Fourth aenue,
store whUit extends to the rear
"i The Idea of him opening this
tu kacause the luspector'a men
5feH?fs3 IT ! ADJUSTER INDICTED
AS ARSON MANAGER
ou , fomn after S P M., so that they
..".mi mi imi.rrere with his business.
All the Inspector's men. Iiae to do Is to
tap on the duor and it Is opened for them.
All the men will match out and tliev will
which was already
rirpliuj: Hot-nils Now Details of
lliuiilreris of ISIiizps In
i " tnric men out
natiiPd tii Mr Paul also said lie was A rrovf nf I) T Iful.tt. Tn
lalded live th,,,.,, ,! he knew exery time 'rr(' " Illlllln, IHSIlr-
"iveZ KvVSnKrth. Urst nnp0 M' '"J"
of tho witnesses examined In this con- hlllller's Storv
nectJou, said that the place at 131 F.aat 1
Thirteenth street had been raided the.
next day afler the evidence, was on- OTHKUS TO (JO TO TAlf,
tained the ,ay prophesl.sl In letter' " "' 1 " UU ' " '' A '
on evlili'tii,. obtain,., I i,v htm.eif and
I'ouceman TbotiidH I'. I .lllto The only
liersons he told of the projected raid,
ho said, were two sergeants, who told
I'our nrresis were made. Three of
the prisoner were dlscharKed In .Spe
cial fessions and otin man was Indicted.
UN eas,. 1 still petuHm; n Ucnerut tesult of the confession of Isldor
Session. Policeman l.lllle similar s"'l"'reutzer. "Iy the Painter," us he
testimony. ' ls Known In the band of Incendiaries
Policeman Joseph Horn, in the depart- ,,li,t l"u'' 'ITraudltiB the lusur-
ment a little; iver two vears and who ,-,t"I.inles of millions of dollars
spent nearty a year as a Central Cilllco uml e'ul.uwrlnir tho lives of thousand
man on tso slar'f of Inspector Cahalane. , "f l"""I,I'' Itobert J. Htibln, an Insur
wllh (lUeMlotiiUilK Resort nrriwts u , "J''cr, n Indicted yesterday
his chief work, answered ho frankly f"r r',l,. " was arrested last cA'e
th.lt counsel for tho committee coin-
plltnetited him. Horn admitted that ho ' who was under Indictment
had not lived tip to Cm letter of Mayor ,l""'''itly for foritery, has an otllco In Uie
Ouynor'ij order reKardln th method M,dl UIlcl HulldliiK at Hroad-
to bo purHtied. Ho tr!?d thLs "observe. ! wa' ftlll Fulton street, and aecordliiB to
tlon" method In ono case, ho sold. , AsW"U District Attorney WcJler haa
where he considered the evidence par- I fw(1 H" a- public adjuster, l2zy the
tlculurly stronff, but the cam had been Jilnter told tho oxtraordlnar Grand
thrown out In KpoclaJ Sessions. ! Jurj' 5'c-iterday that Hubln hits been
llerbenich. who worked wish Horn, on" of tllR n,ost ftctlvo promoters of In
bore htm out about Mayor Onynor's i ffiudlarlsm ror years and that Hubln
Instructions. Policeman Frank P dlen- 1 "'hrp mananed and nrraiiKed truuty
non, who had received his Instructions N1''- "o that h could prollt from fraud
from Inspector Hayes, said be had ,l10"' claims.
made thri'n or four arrest under lli 'r'"' confession of Iszy the Painter,
Mayor's method and all the prisoners ,vl,f was brought down from SlnsT Sln
had been discharged, I '-xposn the worklnKs of a conspiracy
Tho committee adjourned to 2 o'clook ! n'hlch Includes active Incendiaries.
Wednesday afternoon. crooked Hat dwellers and illMinnp.it In-
A statement was Riven out at Police surance asents and adjusters, contained
Headiunrler.s to tlie effect that the more senatlonaI details yesterdiy than
GIANT AUTO FOR JERSEY CITY.
Turntr-tirfl Pool Mehtne Said to
Be I,areat In World,
To Jersey Pity goes th credit o
having the tarjrest automoblls In tho
world run throtlKh Its streets. Thn
machine Is owned by thn Pennsylvania
It illrond and Is at tho Exchange, place
terminal ready to ho put Into service
ns soon as two clmuffsurs havo learned
to drive It, It will replace the Ions
string of horses which at present haul
frelRht cars through the streets.
The automobile weighs 28.HG0 pounds.
Is 22 feet lonK and K feet 6 Inches wide.
Tracy V lluckwalter, electrical en-
' ttlneer at the Altoona, Pa., shops of
the Pennsylvania Railroad, Is the in
ventor of the car, which has been
named afler him.
While ruunlni; nt moderate speed
haullm? a train of cars the hi auto
mobile can he brought to a dead stop
without covering two feet of ground
afler the chauffeur's hand touches the
airbrake In a recent ttig-of-wnr con
test with a "hog" freight englno the
complaint of Magistrate Kernochan
regarding Policeman Foye, of which the
Magistrate told on tho Currnn com
mittee's stand Thursdnv, had been in
vestigated and had been dismissed for
lack of corroboration.
David Moler, known as Doc Mab-r.
on the day heforo even, when tho no
torious llrebug talked for live, hours
before- Assistant District Attorney Koyal
M. Welter. .Steinkreutzer told so much
yesterday as to furnish working ma
terial for the District Attorney's otllco
ror tho next three months. And the
was released from tho Tombs yeterday immediate ieult of his revelations will
afternoon on a surety company bond . 'e Imll-tment and arrest of at least
for T,S0O. Maler was charged with
Charles Dubeller of having bribed a
Orand Jury witness to discredit Mrs.
t more agents and adjusters who. It
is said, hav. been growing rich In tho
last few years.
Iteforn going to the Grand Jury room
j yesterday afternoon J jay the Painter
IMMIGRANT BILL SURE TO PASS. I1 Mr W'-i'-r's otiic holding on his
I 'nee his two-nnd-n-half-year-old son.
A . A Nathan. Tho .'hlld was drossed In a
llon.r AcerLt. onferrnrr llrport m) .sttiUnr Hj, Knickerbocker, and
on Bill After l.imu FUlit. very often Slelnkreut7er Interrupted his
Washington, Jan IT.- For seven "'irrn!le to smooth his son's rumpled
hours to-day the House battled over 'clothing and to fondle the boy. Mrs.
the conference report on th" lttirnett-
Dillingham bill, which Is regarded as
the most drastic Immigration legisla
tion that has been proposed In many
years. The conference report was pre
sented to the House nt noon and the
Stelnkreutzer. who has helped to per
suade tier iiuband to tell the truth,
was a io in the room.
Repeating his confession before the
Grand Jury. Stelnkreutrer said that
Itubln had been adju-tlng losses In this
opponents of the measure, led by Ilcpre. . rl,v f,,r "" l"ist fifteen years on be
sentatlvcH Goldfogle, Hartholdt. Murray. '"lf of Insured.
Sherley and otheis. reforted to every I "" '"."'e It a practice," said Steln
leglstatlve exped'ent to delay action, i kreutzer. "to canvass the city for the
Speaker Clark had dllllculty In preserv- ! purpose of rinding people who would
Ing order. consent to bae a lire s. t In their npart-
The r-port finally was adopted by a I '"cms. u en no found apartment
vote of 1-1? to To.
The party lines were broken some
what on the Immigration uuestton.
Tim conferenco report provides chlelly
that all aliens seeking ndmlsslon to
the Fnlted States shall be subjected
to n tet of their ability to read thlr
own language. It lnrteases the imtnl-
renter.i who would consent to take nart
In tho game of beating the Insurance
companies he would arninge so that
brokers who did not know these people
would Issue policies on their household
goods Then he would tell the Insured
that I would start a the for them or,
that if I couldn't, one of the other ilre-
giant head tn to five dollars It alo bugs known to bun would do so Then
tightens up restrictions against admis- the Instiled persons vo'ild iuii" to me
slon of lniine aliens. and we would work out th" details
Additional requirements are imposed ' ' uns always careful ai.out end.m
on the steamship companb s. germg life. So I would tell tho Hat
. i renters to be sure and have their wives
I ami Kiiues nut or the tlat nt a certain
l time. We would IU up an alibi so
i that no suspicion would be likely to at
pit .Irrsry, telieirr nml l.nnir I Inch to the persons Insured, and they
would agree to pa me for my work.
I'sually 1 got let ween 52f and IT0 if
It was a good paying Job, a Job where
the policy claim would llkel.v net JeOU
or so. P.ul Itubln was as sluewd ns
PHONE TOLL RATES REDUCED.
Iilnnd TnrlfTi to Drop.
GEN. WOOD SAYS U. S.
MUST HAVE BIG ARMY
Rcservp of 000,000 Needed at
Onre, Hp Tolls Jewellers
H. Mae? & Ce.'t Attraction AraThalr Law Prlcai
Herald Squar. -m
Broadway, 34th to 35th St.
A TYPICAL MACY SALE
And a Typical Macy Saving
6000 MEN'S SHIRTS
Annoiineemen' was made veterlnv li
the New York 'eephone ( ninpnnv that a
reduction in the toll rate b.tue,tt New
ork citv and il:e ..iibiirbari district of
New IpT'-pv, e.fehester and l.oa' Kl.itnl
hill been deeidell Upon (let iriio li.'fi I hev
are to go intoeHe, t not vet been (Hell
According to o e-President lrark II
Ilthell of th eotupntiv. the ititi are am
uliere from 10 to to per cent . but they
do not nfTert the urban loll nor eierv
place In the districts mentioned
Mr llethell smd (e-lerdav afternoon that
the public rmii-t understand that lli ut
coni eras onlv loll rates, that iseitra eharce
calls betieen noinM. atid dow riot ilite-t
afleft tlie towns th'!lls,l'S. the Mlhiti-
tioii or the conttaets The ptesei.t rate
between New i orli and Newark, for in
stance. Is 10 eetits; under the new schedule
it will be IS cents It eo-ts l.'i cents no to
talk between .Manhattan nnd Jersey City;
thn new toll will be in tents A complete
list fit the iar es beneflteil ollld tiot be ob
tiiltied bei'uuse it was not ready, but it urn
"aid to end about a the Monmouth inunty
litnitH ami to take in about all the pi. n et
It w,i emulated that the cut will make
an immediate difference of about fivio.oon
a year to the roinpanv. but inerene, tele,
phone service will soon make ihat up
TAKE TWO IN OPIUM HUNT.
I'rUotier Sitlil Urns nl More
Pound Tlinn linld llrlnK.
I thi'V make them. He alwas saw to
I it that the Insurance policy was in his
I hands before u lire was started That
was his security for the carrying out of
M pat", was the easiest thing In
1 the world It was no ttouble to get
I bc ii.uie or gasolene I rould buy the
stuff at almost anv dtugstnre or garage,
j My scheme was to put the cents' worth
of benzine or gasolene in a whisky Mask,
i pick my time for entering an apart
, ment. spt Inkle a few drops In the
clothes closet or on a bed, make sure
that things were burning nicely and
then skip to n dooiway where I could
have the fun of watching the firemen
! "I found In years of experience that
I a small lire campaign was the best.
I I mean that It was best to work
with small policies so that. een if we
did run up against an honest ndjustor,
i the companies settled to avoid an an
i noylng bgal light over what was to
1 them a trivial sum I whs In nn nun
! dreds nf (Ires where claims were settled
! for from $.1on to Jfion.
"We fellows who did the hard work,
who ran the real risk, wete often
buncoed by the broker and adjustnrs
who persuaded us to commit crime.
rii smooth ailjustor" knew we dare not
Peputy Surveyor Norwood and his
,-tiuinmM nr-ents who have h,.pn trvini: for
weeks to discover the nase trotn which (.,NpM, them, so when claims wcro
..plum dialers obtain tli.lr mippl. .v'Mer. j Mttir,, iy wi, 0fte keep for them-
Oil Hll'fl' " ..,.,', ,, ;
Herman of 1'iTI .Ma pen avenue. The llronx. I
Ibrtnan Is a member of a wholesale
drug 111 til In business at .102 West Hroart
way. lie and Wldder are accused of con.
splracy with other dtug concerns to sell
opium for Illicit purposes The customs
authorities say that Herman Imported the
drug atnl t-ohl It at a hlghir price a pound
Vint frnld emmtuinds.
Herman and Wldder were arraigned i robor.ited before
before I nlted States ( omnilssioner Shields
and held for examination under H01 and
$l,fi0n bund respectively
February fi, l!0, March 0
ROUND $50 TR,P
rriim XIJW VOIIK
hlT.CIAI, l'1'I.I..MA.V IHAINH
To nnil from Jneksimi llle n-i felirimry Tours
to Jai lisonllle onl) on MurdiTuur.
Independent Travel in Florida
Tlckfls for rrbnurv Toiirs eoort for two
urcks, Including daw of toir: tlclieU for
.March Tour kooI until .May 31.
I'ull partlrnlnrs of 0, KTtI)l)S, I) P. A..
wm. riiimicK. Jr.. a. i). t: a.. :m rifta
Amine, New York ( It)-
selves fin per cent, or even T.I per cent,
of the proceeds. Thov were the worst
of the whole gang and there are some
I know of who wouldn't have been
worried If a tenement hnup full of
people hail been burned to death as Ihe
jesult of one of their pi, ints."
Part of Hleinkreiitzer's story wns cor-
the tlrand Jury yes
terday by firemen nnd citizens who
had lived nc.ir apartments that had
been set on fire as d"scrllied by Stein
kreiitzer. "1 believe," said Acslstant District
Attorney Wellcr last night, "thnt
through S'elnkreiilzer we will smash
this so-called nison trust which, accord
ing to I'lte t'otnmihsloner Johnson, has
been costing the Insurance eompmles
$1.00(1.0(10 a year "
The Investigation will be continued
KILLED BY SHERIFF'S AUTO.
Illderlj Mali Hon lliinn In .Nrvf-
Itiirgli by linllri'iiKi'il Cbanireiir,
NKwiummi, N V., .Ian. 1" Charles
Ackermaii, 6", years old, left home at C
o'clock Ibis morning to get rolls for break
fast. While crossing llroadway ho waa
run down by an automobile In which
were l,atry M. Hrrvln of New Pity, Khcrlff
of Itockland enmity, and Lewis P. Heiny,
an unlicensed chauffeur. After Heiny paid
a lino for driving a rar without a license
the nulomobllo was permitted to go on,
In Hie afternoon Ackcrmnn died nf a
blood clot on the hralii. Those who were
In the automobile sav be became con-fum-d
and atrpped directly m front of the
Although Gn. Wod has the grip
he came up from Washington last night
to bespeak the support of buslnens men
for President Tnft'a and his own army
reserve plan and to point out how
feeble this nation might bo If It hnd to
go to war now. Job Hedges kept the
pence. It was tho annual dinner of the
Jewelers C4.Cnrat Club at tho Waldorf.
Seven hundred representatives of the
trade from all parts of the country were
there, nnd the menu wna cut In the
shape of a good roil carrot.
Oen. Wood quoted George Washing
ton's observation that the best argu
ment against war Is a good army. The
OeneraJ ald he was not a militarist
and didn't believe In a great stai.dlng
army, hut n!ther was he a "peaco at
any price" Individual He said It wj
simply "good business" to be ready for
anything. Admitting that the t.'nlted
States had been successful In all Its
wars he said thnt the school histories
were painfully deficient In letting w
know that we never unaided met n first
class power prepared for war. In the
revolution we had Prance and In 1S12
Orea Hritaln was engaged In a far
greater struggle with Napoleon
In thinking of possible trouble," he
said, "we are prone to s.iy that nothing
could happen to us because of our
tremendous resources. Hut please re
member that untrained, undeveloped
men would bo of little more value In a
crisis than ls undeveloped gold In Alas
kan mines when there ls a crisis In Wall
A fir.it clas.s Power, In Gen. Wood's
opinion, should le able to mobilize 600,
nft0 men In time of war The best we
could do with our regular army and
mllltla Is about liiO.ooo. Tho Govern
ment must get 450,000 more somewhere.
"It's nil right." he Insisted, "to say
"American genius will do It.' nut why
not take t.me to work out the problem
right now" U comes down to this
History shows that when a people get
rlcrt and Indotont and have to hire
other people to do their fighting for
tiiem that people goes down In failure
and a better one takes Its place"
Job Hedges, confessing that In the
evolution of his experience he wi of
more use to other people thnn to hlm
olf, gravely considered tho faUj of the
nation. He complained thnt every four
ycirs we shout out to the rmt of the
world that we are the worst people
oil earth, nnd he thought It was time
for the detection of something good.
"l-'or my part " he said, "I'm through
with anv man who can't see anything
decent In the etui and social life of our
country. Hun t lei's be nny longer anti
country: let's stop applauding loudest
that which Is evil "
The other speakers were Borough
President McAnetiy, Chief Justice Isaac
!'. Itusjell of Special Sessions, Assistant
Attorney-General William I.. Wemple,
William H. Wadlnms and the toast
master, John W Sherwood, president of
the club. At the guest table, in ad
dition tn these, were Howard H. Patch,
Irving G. Day, Albert K. Goff. Charles
H. Gray. Matthias Strntton, Unbert I..
Oaten, Luuls P. White, George W. Head,
James T. Ulako, Chnrlea p. Lawrence,
Ludwlg Nlssnn. Major I.. T. Hess, Au
gustus K. Sloan, William S. Dennet.
William I.neb. Jr., Leopold Stern, the
Kev. John F Patterson, Charles G. Al
ford, Steele F. Roberts. George H. Kd
wards, II. M. Mays, T, L. Combs and
John L. Shepherd.
PARK PLAZA PLANS ON VIEW.
Kxhlhlllnn or Competing Architects'
Ideas llrglna Tuesday.
Plans submitted by a number of archi
tects for th architectural development
of the plaza approach to Central Park
and for a fountain to bp placed In tho
plaza as a gift to tn city by the late
Joseph Pulitzer will be placed on public
view beginning next Tuesday In the main
exhibition hall of the .New York Public
Library, on the second floor
The gift was pr.obled for by Mr Pu
litzer 111 his will and he gave $f0,000 for
this purpose. The executors decided that
a design nnd location for the fountain
could lust be found on the plaza, anil
decided nn a plan for the general re
in tangement of the spnee extending along
Fifth avenue from Fifty-eighth to Sixtieth
A limited competition was Instituted,
and McKliu, Mead a While, Cnrrcro &
Hastings, Arnold W Htunner, John Hus-
sell Pope and M Van lliuen Magonlgle,
aichltects. we". ie, , tuhmlt plans.
All have HCic.il' leilllts of the
competition will be iii uie known before
next Tuesday The Judges nru George
II Post, repteseiitliig I tin executors ; Whit
tles Warren, representing tho Park Com
mlsloiier, and Paul p. Orel, Charles A.
Piatt and Herbert Adams, selected by the
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NO DOTTED CAMPUS
AT BOSTON "TECH"
,1 L. Shortall, 'ST. The secretary
treasurer Is Walter HumphroyR,
Now Institnte Will Hnvp Kuilil
inps Huncliprl nt Com
Following the speeches and masa
meeting a reception nnd tea was held
at which the wles of graduates acted
Among the alumni present at the re
union are J Waldo Smith, chief em-
glnoer of the New Tork Water Supply;
Georgw W, Kittredge. chief engineer of
the New Tork Central; Cass Gilbert,
architect of th Wollworth Building,
and Prof. Henry M. Howe, professor of
mtnlrur at the University of Columbia.
To-day will he spent taking excur
sions about the city, at class luncheon,
and the alumni banquet at night.
lt"irnier Believes Our Tollesre'
John W Freeman, president of the
Manufacturers Mutual Fire Insurance
Company nnd a graduate of the Massa- '
chusett.i Institute of Technology, out- i
lined at the alumni reunion yesterday
several proposals for the construction .
of the "new Tech." nf which he has
been the chief designer. !
Following the speech of the president, J
It. C. Mncluurln. at the Plaza, Mr. Free-
man proceeded to tell f.00 delegates that '
his studies In planning the new build
ings had cotnlneed him that college ar- ,
chltecture In this country was twenty,
years behind the times.
Chief among Mr. Freeman's plans Is
the grouping of bulldlhgs, especially '
those for the undergraduates. There
will be, no spacious campus with build
ings scattered over it, but one large j
central building from which others will'
radiate. Indeed, It Is not unlikely that
the bulldlnga will be connected. i
"Tech" has In the last few years re- i
reived gifts aggregating over $T,00P,000. '
the largest one, of $L',fi0O.OO0, coming
Hlindnr .School iliili-rtnlnninnl Held
Over n Nalnnn.
HiPOEi'lEi.o I'ARrr, ,s. J Jan. IT, The
Sunday school of the Fplscopal Church
of St. Mary the Virgin gave an entertain
ment to-night In a hall over a saloon, In
spite of tho objections of the nov, Dr.
Hugh Jamison, pastor.
These objections resulted In tha Buner.
Jlntendent, M, C, Phillips, resigning and
a threat ny the teachers to strike.
Dr. Jamison says he will not take any
money taken In at the door and will
advlsa that It be given to charity.
from a donor known only to the presl
dent of the Institution nnd the trustee. I
To the public nnd the student body h
Is known only as "the mysterious Mr
Smith." The old quartern on Hahylon I
street in Boston, so familiar to eeryl
visitor tn thnt city, nre to be abandoned
and "Tech" Is going to move to Cam
bridge, The new buildings will probably
be of concrete.
President Maclaurln In his speech told ,
the alumni that he felt certan the new
buildings would be completed by the
fall of 191.'. and If possible It Is Intended ,
to have practically evcrv building
finished when the fall semester begin. !
The students will then be able to .-tep ,
Into an entirely new surrounding.
This is the tlrst time that the Institute '
has held n reunion outside nf Huston. !
but It Is Intended next year to hold I
another in Chicago. A cup has been 1
offered lo the man who comes the'
furthest to attend, and nil day long
men were pouring In from the West.'
About tho time It wns decided that a
man from Puget Sound would be I ho'
winner an alumnus appeared from Mev-1
lco, and while he was being congrntu-'
laird by the members of his class a i
cablegram was received from Herlln ,
saying that a former student hoped to
get here In time for the banquet to- i
The ofllcer of the Technology Clubs
Associated, whose buslnc-s It Is to fur-'
I Iher "Tech" spirit and lo arrange fori
future conventions, were elected yester-1
day. They were: President, W, H. King, .
'!4, vice-presidents, G W. Kittredge, I
'TT, I W. Litchfield, 'SH; S. II. F.ly, 'HI'; !
F A, Sinythe, xn, F. H. Shepard, 'ST, !
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