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THE SUN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
VIGILANTES LAY FOR
GREAT NECK ROBBERS,:
Posse of (feniiiN nnil Art (irip
vi".oini' (!uiis in (iriiu
All .Main Viiril.
HEX COFFIN SPOILS IT A LI,
With lipc All I.11M Mr I'ipes
Ln on a Slip Horn mill
Sen res Tliiees A win.
Gckt ,sv i, . 1 iv. . - ti :
In irani-misslon i. I'mm dusk on Satin
day night iiniil almost sunup Sunday
mornlnc .ill ..ut (!kmi NVi ; II1IK
which u with Si 11 11, Hi. .l.'s . when
A Irwin hws, In I..' tn ii. limnrv
thoiicht .if t,ii general, n what Con-
Cold ,ml 1 'ntn'm nlge Hill. I.i till' A IIHTl-
i.in Ittctutiiri ..f 1 Mr ili.ir ilr.nl .lay-, th"
nr'nts unit W1 iters' of !lr:il Neck
iroui'icd ,11 ii-o, 1 p rtnm silence
among tin- wit heron, wild tiini KIk i r
bushes lll.it fl-l tin nil between the
wncoit wh ri ti.ul.- nf ; he boulenrd.s
and thr o 11 1 nutnbr-od ilii't'oiuhfuro nf
IS 1 I'll I Neck, '1'rntli suirt, .mil the
venues. Hint cr.sscross tlir Urea: Neck
hllln ipliil'tcr nf tlir litei';tr I'lilnny.
Pincers Hint 1 day make art now
Clipped miv.icoIv ihe butts nf Iilc Mark
(.'nit Hs nf tticki lb d :lks tli.it glinted
vlnouslv in tlir frnsiv stnrllchi as tlir
WatClltTs. drill 11 llS Week liv Un
steadily Ini leasing iiuiiiiH'j' nf night
1nltsi.il. is to take thr Uw into thru
in hands, cautiously stietchcd un arm
i,r a Irs among Hi'' 'ti U' si I'.l bushes
to r whether i'f lint thr Htm 'ir leg. or
In ( h was ."till Iheie I'm li vv is eo'd at
Tlir 'il' nf th" ti.unt stiittnl !n at
un.it Ai'ili in a hnir in it ted v.i any,
last Septrmbri In lirraU lntn rnltugisi
and bungalows about twin a wick milv. I
Hut h the middle nf 1 lotohel
(irint .Veek man had in do was 1
hl. PM'nlnc tliilhos 1 1 1 nf the trunk,
lock Up thr house .Hid mme Into town
tn the thratle whrli up Wiilild I N"
1. irsl.irs from ihr rmd side, take nne
stiliT at the sun II of moth hnlK where
the rvrtuni; elnthr.-i h.nl Jtt't pa-srd and 1
then, simply hv followuii; thr sertil
har't to the door of the house front
which the "Venlnc ilotltes had Issnni
thr rohh'T wnunl lnit In a window and
linvr luiihini; in thr h m.e I 1 1 : al'.suluir
The i.iirsl.irs 111 llrsi si ilr i.im, ra-.
n nil nihhrr plants, copies of Whistler's
'.Mnht" w .itctuleus IJmi'Ms urotips
and Win ci d Vi. :ot:es . mi nuk 'O
clncK'- They srrw holder and hrcan to
takr nlaim clocki- and umr tahlts Ai.d
me nt.hl tiny tt K.- into thr home of
lilchim! I.oiisf' il"V. I,.nthli'um. th"
port. In .Manhassrtt ai nne. and toil
a ee lnrrtte helrl",,m, fnlK charm d:
Tlnn (ireat Neck 0 w
U ThnnkscU n
pal" and stern.'
. tile foliheri
finally had perteited .1 systrmatl
route nnd nlciitu hesaii at tlir head
of a street and rohWil m turn as many 1
houses 011 the ren niimln r side ns thrv
could rausick In-twin 7 o'i lei k I'. M
and the trt tar tmu of the return
Inc the.uro train ni.-t hefnir rlnwu
Then thev leu'an to VoJI hack alnnc
the odd tiumhrrril houses on th. "ther
pulp in recular oidr. Then they would
roh alone a cro.-s. strn-t until they ttao
worked up to the head of t'e next
preai avenue or Nnilevai'il. and o on.
nd all this t.nie on,, .l.iuntlnc fear.
ki awful that imii" .1111. mi: the colony
loitlil st,ti h,m,-!f 1,, put It Into words,
tilled the hrrnst of Ureal Neck. Sup
pnsc soiih nich' a lnir;.ir iisllnt.'
nhi'iild dojir li.insrlf up to the rrrkhv
coitracr of steahnc nnv one "f the c.
onlsts' oncinal mantiM.npt.s 'I irre
was wild talk now of huy::ic .1 Mood
h i.in.l. m.iyhe tw .
I.iter.ir at ti-ts. e.i Impraeti. al,
'.iini with hands tied a- tiny reniiin
tiered tint the town ion.-tahle last hum
mer had cone to 1 c Island I'lly to
hpend his two weeks vacation aloip. Me
watfrf.oiit and on the ncond day of
h'S ai atloii h.nl cot a .1 .1. at Arhm Me'
nnd pirh.ipk nc.i would iniiru Hnf
in .1 Mas., a wa ! end 1' all came
lat wrfi 1,1 voiinc lt.11 I'ollltt of (irrat
N k and ihr wot M
lien iv.tlln. alth rich .1 mural puimer
dsl.i'o. 10 co far and the leader of
the ymiucer men of the l.onc llnnd
cihoiil uf mural j m .11 1 Is practical,
line m, slit almost call him .1 ' Miriness
man arils'." for lint, who :s a "n
of old man i 'nihil. I.y tne n. nut nnlv
franklv admits that he "paims for
hilt l,e Is ll"W I e ii!e fnle.
the fireal .Veck studo o! Will-
Million. "The Man With the
Plain 'UUl 1 n-n itiietiial Sicns.
on (ilass, W'aci.n l.ettirlnc-
Any I 'a i"
of Me I Pin ml . T'-lepnone Con-
l.asi Tuesday nicvt a nunihe- of
brothi r art wie ker- i, m cidnt
dtopped Into Harry Krah's llrookdole
Hotel while comlnc up fnuu ihr sta
tion. Thev lonki d In to .-ee whether
Hen Collin In any ilinnii nilcht be
talkinc to llar-v's hat keep. ,l Mumay.
Sure enouch. Hen was talkinc to Al.
Hen beckoned everybody to come and
cluster aioiiml him tn INtmi !,, a prac
tical plan which he had just picked
out nf his head
It scm.s that lat summer all Great
Neck yvns assessed a family to build
n skatinc pond for the children's use In
the winter up neat the home of the. Mr
Phillips who contributes poems often
tn the .S'liuirf Sri l.ast Tuesday for
ih. ilrst t.nir this winter the I'ntter
Memorial Skatlnc Pond had hi en
sllchtly skimmed with Ice, hut towird
sundown some one not only had stolen
the Ire hut had lumped aimss ihe
boulevard to the lump, uf l-rank Smith
sun, a stacr dhrctnr. and
mien nil th.. ,
cracked leo vnich Mr. Smithsnn duily
of late has been stnuthennc over h!r
tulli) bods to keep the imiba from com
lnc up Into the warm wedtuer a month I
or two alund of time
"Net Saturday niclti mv friends,"
Hen Collin addressed the bnr "not only
will the Great Neck ll:ls Country
Club have Its annual minstrel snow In
tho hall of tin Vlcllant Trmk. Hook
and Ladder Company, which bj rlchu
T oucht to I in foreman uf hu, let Hint
pass hut over ill Hay Side, Saluiriay
belnir the first of the month, tne Hay
Sldo movies management is cnlnc to
put on n new 11 j m. The robbers will
flKtirc that those that don't lock up
and co to the minstrel show will lock
up and cn over tn see the new Him,
because It's a creat llim, showlnc all
the trains colnc anil comlnc from the
Ixinc Island City yanls. So wo'll meet
Faturday nicht nnd fool them,"
Quickly the plan was outlined An
editor named l.mdeav Denlsnn, who
was one of the editors of Rlilauau'i
Wcekli from Its Inception and on and
on throughout the national publication's
entire -career, suggested that he would
' nliliitti it few (lozi'tt pulhc tvl'istles
at tlir Mniihatlnn Puller I li..idipi.irtrr
mill a system nf nIkimI I"' prnitisril
iim mi Saturday nidi' It was
further m ranged that nti Sviuirdny
tlleht all I lif women anil Il Idroit nf
till' rolom should go rllllrr In t'o lll'tl
t'il show III Vigilant I'll II. ii! nr owr
m I'm :,iv Shi,, mm ir- tn me I In- ilun
Urn Coffin had in inltiil.
Tlir mill nf tlir colony Wollid lll"ll'
"IT owtv lli'hl 111 every house In Hen
Vic It, 1 Mi'il nf i iillt sc 111 thr h.il 'if
lliirrj Utah' li.'iri. win ir I; wns
Himicht . ih'l.-nl'l" in rar Al Mahay!
nil dull III CISC Mitllr nllr Mllnlllll lir shot 1
ailtl thr secret pill ml should nroil stltnil
lams fnr nudlclnal purpose. Anil nfn f
milling mil thr lights 111 Ihr house thr
householder hum In crouch, revolver In
liaiul, In h In hurl. yard nr among thr
tt'.M lilai lihriry lilichr" mil ill tlir
ni'ilillr of thr boulevards In front of hi."
'"mi-" i Nil mi i i'i ami wait n ml .-hoot.
Urn Cillln iiccestcd iiKn til it il
Would hr wrll if (lll'll member of Ihr
(vigilance ciiuillllttrr carried II tnl Irni'
I lantern in that If ihr orriislon should
I nrli' for one of lllr minus tn ttlovr from
'.spot to spot a hiilliradi'il nrhjlilioi'
1 miKllt not xhnnt him 1 mistakr. A
j wrll known wrllrr whom namr thr rr
jpnltri'Knl Inward daw n .M'stmd n rlih'i
, as Soiiii'tflrld nr Siimnierv lllr hrrr fiu:-
Ki'.slrd that mil tnll llchtj" tnlitht hnra
thr pn!lllnn nf ihr wlchrls In thr
liiitKlars mid si.irr thnn off hrforr thr
wiitchrr.s I'niihl Uii! soinr.
"I.rt mrryhodv Just krrp st.ll ' this
wr'trr whosr nntnr doi.s not llnerr raid,
"and nnhnd. will l shot hy mltakr.
And rrmrmhrr, our hl.ist on Ihr pollre
whlstlp mrnns, 'Hr rrady" Two hlasts.
'Closr In" Thtrr hla-ts, 'Kill th" son
of n mm" Vnil irm"mhrr. loo. Ihr
minute thr crlrls k to thr Hlimv not a
sound from nnyhnd.v. not .1 slnclr licht
In nny house nnd, nhnvr nil. krrp tl-,.
utidoi' yniif bolts till Saturdu niitht
.Vol a sound. rsiri'lall on Sa'urday
Hy T 30 nVlnrk Satur1l.1v nlKh' when
thr war coriesponilriit Rut Into dual
Nrfk thr dull red dim Unit hanih over
evrry rltv or s,'r at nlK'u for oiire
did not Imnc mrr (irrat N'rrk H!"M
111 every w hrrr. r.xcrp! fur thr Imhts m
II irtv Krnh'sliarnrross from ihrint!nn .
and whirr nnrr the cay h!k1i' I'.fr of
l'ireal N'eck made clatter nil wasacreepx.
uncanny silence ae over near thr
minstrel show where the women and
eluliln 11 ni'ii. passim; out from
h strrh s
As ih" w.r mi 1 rspnnil'.nt 1 Innhed
Middle .Vei k Hoillearil to (ir-al Neck
orcayionally mlcht I r n acaln-l
the si, 11 is sky hack of a ilili;.' a MiK'.i"
hulk, olacker than the mmtth of ,1 iao
hlotlliic nut the mid nnd m w va'hed
tars. The h'acl. Inilk would sink
I .-lowly anions the bU5hr. the new
j wusheil stars world Mini. Cold jnuin.
then sdrnce so nece.sarj in the silci'e-s
of the scheme hut also, as the shr!; red
I alarm clocks In thr nenv'o h.iiis.M
I clicked on and on, so terrify Inc that one
'with dilliculty kep' from ii.ihc out In
"IIe. ChHt.ie"' .-.uii.. a ciiitil-d rail
. from tile Maekherry li.i-he up '. iwar.l
the Mack hnu'e of Ancle li.i'i.i' per-
haps the creatrt lamlsc.ipe cirdetii""
In nil lire.it N'n k (iuarded as ih.. call
was, p moiiihIim I.i strained ueives like
blast of a loi'oiiiiitU e. Hen Collin
Cll.irditlC Allele's h,i,l-e. Ancle he
nil a vt:t to !.is -tepslster's In
Wi; H.iyonn". "Hey. Chath"
us that one ahoui the drummer
ICmplre State Kpre-s who
"ShiiC up. Hen. ..ti hlc st ff" i,im
.chorus fruiii '..u-hi fa1 .ml ii.ar. I
and when, about I o'clock M . lien'
Coflln. unihle to spind th" strain any i
Imicer, stole alonL' Manhashett aMiiuej lences and torrlKti Ihukuukon ahould
toward his own home from even -'.ree' I Ijeehtiiinalisl from llieeleinentary schools.
i , "; '; ;! rvl,Th;:v;,!,u;;i,,p:r;'s,ha,,i,nci.vch,.iier
not he had spoiled .n "rythJuc. Hut he Klu., ,i. lo.w, ,,f su.rintend'enls sole
crept on npnloceileally. entejed hi own power over the coin of studies
hi'tne In Tenth street, and mo.hi -ucrt 1
form acaln carrying his sp h irn and
went hack to hi station.
About .'i.tO A. M the ofi t.m.'j nf
Hen's .slip horn i.int" throuqh I1" cold
nlclit. Hen wa- practisltic the scad
fifdy amuiiK his hushes to i,i-s the
utile, l.onc aco the women and children
h.nl relumed, coil" to bed a-id the
Im if" w.re dark acain while the vlc
llantrs waited, waited And here was
Hen -polllnc ewrjlhiiic acaln with In-.-llp
horn They muttered threa's at
hint and lie put a mute In the 'lp ho-n
and practised on
Jus' as th" alaim do, ks of Great
Nivl. hrcan ' i.nc tie breakfast .all
alone toward I .10 A A lien Collin de
eideit I, i licht a fire near hi- hush to
keep warm files to Hen that tor inc
third and last time he was sp.iiiinc
eorth!nc aro.se alone ineniie and
bnulinard; anil at last HMI Clark of
the l.onc 1-lupil ll.lllro.ld ilele.the
. folic, whom the road ha 1 lent to the
nm.itmir sleuths for Un- nicht, arose
sillily nnd annnuni "d Unit pernaps too
much was plentv.
And rveryhory called It a di and
siuaked down lo Krah's bar. loailnc the
unsiispecilnc Hen dflln playlnc h-
( slip horn to the dawn.
SUFFRAGE BOOM IN WASHINGTON.
j Mrs. Ilnitrrs neliirn Willi Nona
i limit Cnmlnur I'nrmlc.
i Mr. John linger. Jr. a prominent)
, Hiiffraclst and sister-in-law of S.rte.'
tary of War Stitnson, riiirnei from
Washington yesteiday with the m wa
that thu w hole rltv is propni inc to take
' part In the surf rime par.nh .n Manh'
:i and that the police are makmc plain i
to handle crouds as Iuik" iih will he1
draw n hy the Imiucural procession next
' Mts. I'.ocers says that the polli rmmt '
, have been inuverted to sutftaue'
tin ouch their compulsory allemiance at i
site, t meetlncs. The Imw ilepalt-j
inetitnl Women's Club, whlrh Mrs Hoc
its addressed, has nsknl for a half
holiday ill order to march. .Mis Hocus '
j spoke at the homes uf .Mrs Jain' s I'ln-:
chut, mother of Gilford I'ltielint, and nf .
.Ms William Kent, wife nf Ih- , p. I
cent a 1 1 ve from California, .she also
nilill'i sseit ine clrls at Giinstoii Hall, a
boa nil nc school, hy their reiiursi
A feature of the paradr will lie the
presence of fiOD Uhlo women ulw ai,.
lo arrhe in a special train
MADMAN BITES POLICEMEN.
Hospital Altrnilulll Hair lit I hoUr
(iooiliiinu tn Muhdne Him,
Morris Goodman, who lived at 2s
Smith First strctt. Williamsburg. )..
came suddenly Insane early vestvrdav
mut nlnc and made a savace uttnek on s
inoiios hu lived with. Chairs and
tables were overturned and the crash
of glass an a front window was smashed
while Goodman was trying to jump out
hi ought Policeman Joseph Hohllng, fol
lowed hy John Dnske, H nelchbur
The madman made a rush for them
, and thiew both to the Hour. Finally
Goodman was tied with u clothesline.
Hefure the arrival of an iimhiilaucn
Guoilmati had another violent spell nnd
bit Hohllnc and Policemen peLuH ami
Meytr In trip Kings County lln.pll,
lllteildants wete nhlce. to choke him
lis alleceil hy the police, befni e t hev
, were nhhi to Huhdue qoodman, who
I weighs nearly 200 poundu,
: T. W. CHURCHILL NEW
SCHOOL BOARD HEAD
I'roHleiii. Klected I'liiiiiiinoii.sly.
I'res Inili'pciiili'ii f
Diluent iomil Itoilx.
I'lMtS TOO .MANY S'lTIHKS
OppiiMw Iteil Tope Committee
on Coiir.M's Takes lsue
Willi M un well.
I V. hen Ihr Hoard of Kduralion mel
.yeslentty for die iinnual election nf
eh litni 111 and ict'-ch lirmaii Coiimils-
MOIIt'l' UilloHplo IIOllllll lied 'I'lioin is W
, Chiirclull Tor lie1 prcsidriicy. Arthur
(S 's'liter of fli i'iUlyn slid he seconded
1 the tiomiiritioii on Is'h'llf nf the luemlmrs
' r lit liotoiich Then (Juoeiis, nirh-
liininl itti'l Tito Hi oil fell into line Alira
li 1 Ml Slern slid that oil lielnlf of Mill
hall in "last Hut not least." lie would
ill lor a unanimous ne for Mr
Secirtaiy Palinrf was instructisl lo
'.ist one Killot fnr the candidate. John
(lieene was leeleclist vice-president for
so tnanv tunes lite memlsrs hn foi
K0II011 when he first was elected
The new president on taking tlm chair
Ktiil thai Kcerton I. Wiiithrop, thu former
chatriiiaii. had IIIIihI the position with raie
In his iuiui',iiiiil iiddivss thi now presi
detil said in part
" I his hounl i and must he the para
moui.l aiithonty intrusted with manage
meiit and control of the public eduin
lloii of this ( ity This line of denial cation
Is'twepn ilus" ami other iloiurtments
inn-' is. kept cl-arand unlimketi "
The "1 i.i tu 1 1 1 aiitlinriti'M have a rtclit
to ihr clnMhi scrutiny so as to insuie
ecotioniy. he went on" The educational
I. nilll ran Ih. lesolllle without linen
li'iii1". listen to sticcesllolis, hut do as
iildcjiielit derides I ho lioartl should
oiiti-idoi' purely i-ducational matter as
well as look alter litiildincs and eipup
melit ami supplies' The sehools h.ivit
slitletrd ttoltl llllli'Mlile all'l ovel liMlled
cniirses of study and the liny Is sarrilieed
to tin rule
'Ihr hum! should not cue to sliflell
thai system or to cnnify authority It
is siuei lal in the limitd to harass and
ir'lt it" I'll teacher with rules ,mi re
quirements hound 111 teal t'iW' He
urcisl ilinlic.it ion of all Inrccn 'in the
dekitimeni lo achieve the Inchest aim of
Arthur S .Sotiters -ti I tn it r.-l to the
llleellim the li'polt of the committee on
course of studies
The tetiott urces what t 'ity Siipennloii-
lilrtit Mavwell in ln a111111.il report con
demn-, simpl'llcatlull ill the course of
stiull"- ill th" elementiiy scIiihiIs Mr
Snttirrs ti( 1 1 1 1 1 most ol the school prin
iMInls wore in lavor of simplilic.itlon A
revision ol the -indies is urgently needed,
ihe leimrt went m
I There t- -o much studyinc to ! done
I hy the ehildien and so little time in which
I to do ii Ih.ii the work i- a sad failuie
The pupil is asked to do mote than he is
cii-alil" ol ilium;
In lec'iiil .0 the cookmc taiicht in tho
puhlic school the committee says that I
j nun h of the pupils, tune .-pent 'on Ihisl
-iihiei t i- wasted
1 'Ih" little cirl i- not taucht the simple
terhiiniiie nl how so make ilapjacl.s and '
olhet pluiii dl-hes. hut is hewildored 111 '
il intiunie p1ep.11 Hint of a ste do foies
Ci.is to ro'lei t eredtt oil the chel
The teiihitic of music is also con-
deoitieil Mu-ie -hould Is eliiniii i ted .
my- Un teport. hut sinKmc. should le
'I he report was put over to the next
I meetlllC t"l discussion
WANTS VACATION OF A MONTH.
Mniell I hlnUs Tlint Is Siimelent
j ( 0in.r sitif1inti.ii,
"it Sup. rfnirndent Maxwell. In the
'annual n port which he submitted tn
I :he lloaid of Kilueatiun yesterday, suc-
cest.i) that it lillcht I'.- a biio( thlllK to
'cut the sunnier mention of the ele
tin niaty s. Inm's down to one month.
Clo-iiic the public schools from the
end of .luii" to ilie -eronil Moiulav In1
Seplrlllber Is ton long. 111 III- (iplnion. I
j In laii'.ipe one mouth Is the vacation'
term and I: serin- better fir pupils ,,nd
"Thoie was some agitation through
out th- Near In favor of chanclnc thej
"lemen.ai v .-ihool curriculum." th" re-1
port s..y. "Sometimes tltl.-i agitation
took tin form of a propo-al to make.'
thrie elii thr courses for thr sevrnth J
and eighth cr.lihs, a nuirse hadltic In.
high srhn.ii. a commercial course and a
Hade course. Sometimes It assumed 1
the shape of a mere Ignorant clamor'
for 'simplification,' whatever that may!
"Hrhlnd thr plausible term simplifi
cation there lurks a very real danger, i
j We haw. wry wrongly as I think, made
i ih" school year .-o short throuch long
and Ireiiuent witatlons that American1
,chllilieu have not the same chance for
i intcllcctunl training as Kuropean chil
dren. If some of the proposal for
simplification I haw heard advocated
durltic the past year .should ever be
, adopted, we should rut down the mir-
; liciiluni to such an otent that there
1 would not be enough left to furnish the
I mind with that knowledge which every
I one should possesq and to afford ina
lerlal lo engender and develop the all
! Important habits of Industry, conccntr.i
! Hon and rellectlon a man must huve
I If he s to succeed In life." '
The teport adds that the hoard of'
oipeilniendeiils s not likely to ho cai-1
lied away by the violent current nf I
: acltatioii that serthrs around them.
Tin proposal lo g!w greater freedom
lo prim Ip.ils and teachers In determln.
I lug the work of the xrhoola dues nnl ap.
peal tu Hie Cltv Superintendent, as the
principals anil teachers have not used
with wisdom nnd diligence the freedom
they now have.
In an examination of one-third of
the public schools lust year by physl
clans: from the Hoard of Health loioO'l
children were found to be suffering
fi'nin malnutrition. Hence nrlses Hit
necessity for supplying wholesome food
within the school buildings In con
rim report recommends that mmv
riuiuungH nn erected on tho iimph
ground or the Parental School to take (
can oi rut me truants. .More than -"Oil
truants wen sent to the Catholic Pro
, lectory for luck of room ut the truant
schools. There wele 3,".,J80 pupils .
legally absent from school during Ihn
y ea r.
The supply of men teachera has been
exhausted because of the operation nf
Ihe in I pay luw. and many schools !
ale without needed main teacher t., '
Influence the character uf tho growing
buy This could be overcomo by nhan
jdonlng the equal pay and ralalng
tlir nalarlrx of Ihr men Irnehrr.s.
The irporl luentloii." Miilnlls )ruh
lenm to lie soHnl.
"Thr 1 maiiflpalloii nf the )i'lailiiiriil .
of lOdtu ntloti rt'oiii municipal lunlrol, '
from mihser Irncy to the liuiinl nf l-Jsli-mnlr
ntul the Honlil of Ahln ttii'H." II
S.'IVM Is ollr ptohlf'lll "Tills llllliM'l--
ilency, whli'h Is to no small rtriit (In ;
result nf oppression 011 Ihr pint of
these hoards or of itidlMiluul ollheis,
has wrouirht iiothlni; hut axil ilutuiK
th" last ten ut x
1 "ivin.i iu ......a... 1 1.. r. u..(ii...r..,i
inlsrd h ta'iutloii that .-hall in al
the llhsolnt,. mill Inl of 11 lllleallntl.il
authorities, .siil.Jecl only to the timst
I'lHiii ntiM mill 1 11 tr "
FIGHT OVER SHOWMAN'S MONEY. 1
tit pi to Ill-en I. , III or lilon or
.lllinrs , llnllel. ;
Wllllf l'I.Ms. I rh ." I hr nl I. nipt ,if
Mis. iiiiii tsahrllr Hull hill-oil to hirak
the III of her sltrr, Mr- .laini's I l.n .. . i
willow of the ho. malt, learhnl 'li,.
Snpiriitr Cnuil ill While Plain- to-day .
when Justice Morsrltan-ei' heard atC'iiiteiit
on ine appneaiioti 01 ins nun niii-nu rur
an otilnr riiloliuiic I ln e eeu'oi - I mm im.
pnsinc ot the estate
riiiirle- and I'nilciiik lluleliiii-on. -oti-nf
the coi'iplalii.iul. said in aillda. us ni-
(oinpativiiic the apphr.itioti that .lo-i'ph I'
Mct addnli a lirolhrr of Mi- Pallet, and
Mrs Hull hliimii. iittpiopn l uilliu m -d
Mrs Hallo iik.iIii-i l.rr st-iri and nrpheus.
with thr irsitlt that Mis lluteliiii-nit w.t.
I'tll off Willi ii n niiliull. of pi,non.
Ill hehnll of the rreutors Holmes, tiniretv
A ('arHnirr of '.'o llro.id stt,.,.t pte-rnird
aftldavlts of sreral ilt sirl.uis and iiiu-e-tliat
at tin time iiie win un- dtavMi Mrs
Hiiiley was entirely cnmpeieiit Xmouc
the physicians wrtr Hi i.iIiiumi 1 Ii 1 1 1 1 -i 1 1 1
Pr. I.chril U'Trvtr. Pi II II lleii.ou and
Pi William I'. Harper seMial women
friends of Mis llatl.-v made afililavtt that
she had told them thai -hi meant to mo
vide ntnplv lor Mrs lluiehin-oti duntiir her
life, hut herait-r her sons rluiili s nnd I led
lliltrliinsoti, hud deiriM'd her in liu-Mii...
matters sh,. did not ptopo-r tlint t'iry
should Imii mi v nl her inotno
In an athdiiit .1. I' MiCaddon -,ts tt,at
Mis llailey. liiilneillalel ifirr her Iris,
hand's death, teuursled the llul.-liln-un
hrot hers lo inoperate with Mr Mel 'ndtloti
ill ItMiidluii; del pioperiies I'hev prom
ised lo do -o. aieonltiic lo the al1(it
hill Ill-trail lliev joiiiiiI with I. enter l-,,n'
Mmr, who, Mr -Met .nldoii nhrcr-. hint
w tunefully iis-iiinrd the ttiati ici'iurni ol
Uxtniitii-lt.iHrv. I.imliiil hnr .mi, hut
rtnhlltrrrd Mr- Hiillry, Ihr aillilavit ,n-.
and slit' iippnititt'il W ( ur the Lite
Stew at t , w ho w as u-t ml t lie lil.ttll.
and J IT Met addon as tiu-i..,.. nr the -hnw
ALBANY HIKERS THE STARS.
suffrnitc It ll 1 1. . Will l.'nllM lieerolls
'I h" MhalU Hikers air to lie the c.e.t
n f honor al a hie -ufTr.iL.'" inIP lo-tnc'.t
at the rtiriiils .-.rutin. try in stuwrsant
Siiiare Jessie llardv Stuhh-. lire iiu
respondent of the hike will he the pill).
llpal speaker llllre llilli.lt. -J i lies
will he In lllr hv li"Il Hi, -.lllr .lone, and 'he
nlhei eterans nf lllriny in Hen piicitlu
recritttinc station tot the W .i-huictoti
hike will he e-l.lilshei in oil" i or. n i of
Hi" hall, with lot Ida I rat' h" ieniitoii
nltlier. hehind a -atidwiili hnard eir et.Mi
with pleliiirs nf meideiits nf tln Mli.un
hike inerflnw ttirrtuic- "iil-idr Will lie
addre ed ii oilier sponnc '-
ON SATURDAY, February 8th,
about noon, there will be born
in New York City, The Eve
ning Post(New York) Saturday
graphy, fine illustrations, ex
cellent press work, good paper.
In all respects it will look the
equal of the best magazines.
TO SOME it will be instruc
tive to see how entertaining and
even frivolous The Evening Post
can be in
PARDON FOR ROBIN;
Norlliern nnd Wiisliinulon Itniik
( reililors Miike ('linrpes
Amiinsf Vim Tiyl.
si ;.:u to takk n cask,
(iovernor Siiys Wrecker's Plea
of (iuilty h Coneliisive
Kviilence to llim.
i.n.v. I'eh. .!, A (UiiMiiil for an
iiiMMlicatnm of the Slate Danklnc lie
partmcnt and n application for the
pardon of Joseph (!. Hohln, who con-
to wrecklnc tin Northern Hank
of ,Vcw York .mil tlir WanlilnKton Sac
tiles Hulk, were hroucht lo Alhnny
lo-day hy a ilrlecntlon of deposllora In
tln.'si two hanks ami their attorneys.
When fiu. Sul.er found that the
ilehcali'in suticht u pardon fur Kohln
'huaiise nf hs Innocence" he asked: )
"lie pleaded utility, didn't he'.'" ,
"Vis, hut we can explain that," said
W. I), ('aineion, who appeared for de-,
positors of the Northern Hank.
"Hut that's conclusly e evidence of
his cullt with me," said Hip Governor.
.Mr I'.imei'im offered another excuse
and Hie Governor nald: ,
"If a man pleads cullly he Is ciillty. (
inn i iititiK y ou mill oeiier innKr your
pn a fur i NccuilVe clemency on the
,;iuuinl of Mihstantlal Justice"
Mr. Cameron charced that the hanks
"didn't fall hut were pii-hcd over," and
asserted that the overdraft of $300,000
; w ilch caused the downfall of the tn-
-I it ut hiiisi w as due to "kltlnir of checks"
j hy h'red K. Morris, a memher of the
; hoard of directors of tho Northern
, Hank, and James 'I'. Wood, vice-president
of the Washington Hank. The
former has heen cranted it certificate
of tut tii u til t v t- District Attorney Whit
man, Mr. Cameron said, hut Hohln has
hern .-riitrncrd tn .lall for Hirer years, j
1 alilimich ildrnre he has chen has'
setil three men tn Jail. I
I "Sup!. Van Tuyl spends his time
' pounihnc Hohln h. en use hr lunl the
'lem.iMj to testify acalnst llvih'." a--
s.rteii .Mr. Canieion. "and I'.ohln hns
, hern told white In the Toiuhs that If
he tried to chance his plea to not cullly
s.i that he micht he given a Jury tilnl
it would co haul with him '
Mr I'ameron charced that the hank
department "has dissipated the a-sets of
; Un- filled hanks, hlis allowed them to
he stolen and has made no honest i
' i lfirt to cither them.''
, lie al.-o said that heeauso f laxity
i .n the department .1 mortcace for'
S.Mi Olio In which the Northern Hank I
In Id an c.tl! of J30.tiOU had heen
-I" ii "I a' least disappeared since It
wa- sort t.i a certain lawyer's oftUe. If i
his could hi found the ST.nilO depositor I
it will be hand
covers by the
the field of lifrht
would got all their mnny hack, hr Mid.
t'liargcs were madr hy Mr. f'Htnenin
' iiKiilnat Hunt. Van Tnyl In coneclluti
with the (IHTord, Hobhs & Heard IUIrh
Hon with the Northern Hank,
fJo. Sul.er told tin- comtnlttrp that
he would lake no action In the Hohln
I rasp unless. It could he urovd that It
was 11 "case of overwhelming1 mlscar
tlas'f of. Justice "
"I can prove It," said Mr. Cameron.
"Well, If you can, I'll look Into the
case," said the Governor, "and will write
the .ItidKe and District Attornoy 'foi
TO CHANGE DU PONT BOY'S NAME.
( Mother Otijrel to II Im Belnir Culled
1 After I'owrirr Cn.'n Head.
' novien, Del., Foh. 3. There w an echo
of the Du l'ont family troubles In the
l lclslature to-day when nepreientatlv;
' Swan, Demoi-rut, of Delaware Oily, tntro
, duced a hill to chance the nam of Alfred
. Vlrlor du Pont, n lad of It years, to IVtr
I sey I'anennve du l'ont. The hoy l the
' son of Alfred 1. du l'ont, vice-president of
1 the Du Pont Powder Company, and Mis
Hernle Gardner du l'ont, his first, wife.
, from whom he seemed a divorce. The
n.inie which It Is proposed hy legislation
to clve hhn Is a family nani'i nf his
muthet, with whom he Uses.
It Is suld the hill will not he oiuioseil
The measure was Introduced hy Iteptc-
tentative Swan, although Kdward G. Ill Mil
, ford, Jr., son of Federal .liidce
of WllmltiBton, and hrother of tin piesetitl
Mis. Alfred I. du l'ont. Is a memher of,
the House. The divorced wife of the pon
der maRiiute Is not friendly with either,
her former hushantl or his present w ife. f
This Is prohahly a reason why the mother
wants her son's name chiumed. The buy
was his father's namesake.
skittish Horse .Vol llurlnml's.
Ill the repoit of the accident to Miss
Mary llalluhati. who was thrown from
a horse In Central Park, th" assertion
was made In Tub Hun yesterday that
the horse wan ciiRaced at Diirlaltd s.
This was nn error. It was learned yes
terday that the animal helon to
Georce A, Mills, and althouKh It is
studied at Durland's, was not asslcned
to Miss llallahan'a use by any one al
the rldlnc academy
Old English Designs in Silver
Knole Park Huddon Hall Patterns
English Dog Grates & Fenders
W- H.JACKSON CO.
A FEATURE of the birthday
issue will be unusual pictures
of Li ncoln (his birthday comes
a few days later, you know)
and a story about them.
ANOTHER is a cartoon for you
to name. You get $50 if your
name is chosen.
IF YOU are one of those who
have hitherto considered The
Evening Post too deep, sober
and learned try next Satur
day's Birthday issue.
Don't forget the
A Potent Cure for Insomnia
TRY a glassful before retiring to rest.
In the morning you will awake
refreshed and rejuvenated.
II I . state'. Tell rare" for llrsln anil
llortv and a Ilellelnnt Meterage -Aril,
llrnrrrs, Dcslcrt. Ilelsurann, c'sfi
'CASTRO CALLS ON THE MAYOR
Droit Itntin to I lly Hull In n ln.
t'flli 't'ompnnpil h Ills Iiihii.'I.
Gen Cltu lano Cast en etnerced I
etioiicli Into th" lain and slush i.f .
let .lay to rllmh litlo a tni. nli ,
Georce Goidoit ll.ittle his rmniM I i
two cotirleis nnil drive dow n to it
Hall to pay his res is to Mnvo. ;
Gen initio sa hi that il was m,,. i
tll'ely wotlli while to he in this i .m
eyrlt teiiipiiinrlly, to niiet so m
culshed a man as Mayui G.'i- urn
Then the Geiteinl drove hark I
Savoy lintel, called for his sllnpei
sprnt the rest of the nfterttouu wi.t
Flntlnmls l.niiilmnrU llnriie.l
I he old om torv anil nllie Inuih in.
house at ruhnoie ay. trie nnd I .no I'm
lcllllislr. nl. Ihonkly ii. in ("iili I h II. i
mill (' Mnrv. was hiiitinl i.nh ti-lrtil,
The flames spread so rapidly a id 'I
ciipHtiis, itiiliidinc Mi Mik . h,- . i.
their Iweh.-ye.u-old ilattchter nnd P
Maev's stter-lli-lnw . wrrr ilrtven .i.e
"entity alllrr The liou" wa- liuili i
I an a him, lied y.-nr- aco and i'i. un .
I Txt I.i ml - pniditiarl.s. I he m- i ,,i,,
C-f XT v.r.
w i 1 1 l uill.