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- WILL SURRENDER
Continued from First rape.
waiting for somo tidings from the right.
The last they heard from ths front was
Sunday night, when Villa wired that the
Federals were 'holding out In three forts,
but ho hid raptured everything else, In
eluding the Federal fortifications on the
hills west of Torreon.
At the Mexican Conmilate It wns
claimed to-day that Villa was being re
pulsed In the fighting and that more re
ehforcementa were nenrlng Torreon, In
cluding the command of Clen. Pnacual
Oroico. Iluerta's r r.autar representative
aid the rebels were being slaughtered by
Passengers from Chihuahua arriving
here reported that hundreds of wounded
r're being brought there by the rrbels
nd that the indications were that Villa's
command was suffering more than he
would admit. The rrbels only admit 900
killed or wounded. The wounding ot Villa
himself Is rumored, but the rebels In
Juarci deny It.
The rebels admit that tho fighting Is
hot and that Villa Is not making the
progress that he expected, but they still
hold out hope that ho will capture the
den. Manuel Chao, who came north to
welcome Venustlnho Carranza, returned
aouth to-day. It Is stated In Juarez that
the commission Investigating the deaths
of Itenton nnd llauch has prepared Its
report to subn.lt to Carranzn. Nothing
was given out to-day on the matter,
Oen. Carranza spent the day here
quietly. He took time to pose for mov.
Ing picture mm with Uuffnlo 11111 (Will
lam V. Cody), who reached i:i I'.uo to
day and called on Carranza this after
noon. The saloons In Juarez, which were
closed Snturday and Sunday lo guard
tigalnst any untoward outbreaks that
might mar the welcome extended to lien.
Carranza, reopened this morning.
WANT 01 GlAiFAlBr
Commissioner Ward flays riajr
t rroaads Use Too Marh Space.
There Is too ttttls grass and too much
hard beaten dirt playground spaco In our
parks, according to an address by George
Cabot Ward, Park Commissioner, at a
dinner given him by the Breakers Club
In the Press Club last night.
"Most ot our parks, especially ths
downtown ones, are barren wastes," he
said. "There Isn't n strip of verdure
below Fourteenth street except a smalt
bit in Hudson I'ark. We have obliterated
'our parks for every one except those
between the ages of 3 and r.,
"Playgrounds are Important, but we
can provide for them In other ways. Wo
can pass laws Insisting that tenements
above a certain size shall have I oof play
grounds nnd that roof playgrounds shall
be placed on schools.
"We Intend to segregate playgrounds
to one. side of tho parks nnd leave the
rest for treeB, grass and landscape feat
ures. Perhaps seven-eighths would be
playground, but the rest wdaild be left
to tho ordinary citizens to enjoy. Mothers
and babies need some verdant plots."
ATTACKED BY STRIKERS
CALMETTE AT INQUIRY
Says Editor Insisted on Receiv
ing Mme. Calllaux Dcspito
Facsimile of "Figaros" First Page the Day Gaston Calmette Was Buried
HER NAME NOT MENTIONED
Noted Writer Pays Touching
Tribute to Friend in Arti
cle In "Figaro."
-Militia Mny I)o Called Out
75,000 Miners Threnten
to Quit Work.
REENFORCEMENTS NE.4R. ',
Federal General With 2,000 Troops '
In Vicinity nf Torreon,
Bpclal Cablt IttipntcS to Ths Sew. '
Mexico Citt, March 30. News from I
Torreon Is still scarce. Tho War Depart-'
ment gives out a despatch from Gen. Ja-1
verde Moure, who started for Torreon scv-'
eral days ago with 2,000 troops, announc-1
Ing that he has reached San Pedro. The
enemy Is directly In front ot him, he sas, I
and he Is about to advance. He had no
righting up to the time of sending his
despatch. His toops are guarding the
railway back to Kaltlllo.
Rumors aro current that the rebels have
defeated tho Federals at Torreon, but the
Governmunt denies this. There U no un
easiness in official circles, but American
business men seem to be very much wor
ried. The rebels arc reorted to be around
Moctexuma and Vciiato, and fur that
reason no trains were run yesterday or
to-day between San Luis Potosl and Hal
. tlllo. Trains were running from San
Luis Potosl to Laredo and Eagle Pass.
' Small bands ot rebels along the line
prevent the running of trains between
San Luis Potosl and Taniplco. whero
fighting is reortcd to be In progress.
A story is In circulation, which the
Government denies, that the rebels at
tacked Cuernavacn yesterday und that
tho fighting there Is btlll going on.
'OUTCOME AT TORREON VITAL.
IMTTenrHO, March 30. The strike sit- .
nation on( the Monongnhel. division of .
the Pennsylvania Itallrond has reached I
the stage of violence. Several freight .
trains havo been attacked by sympa-'
thlzers of the strikers and considerable I
damage done. Shots have been fired at J
the strike breaker who are manning the .
trains, At the Clyde mines a switch was j
thrown, nllowlng several cars to run out
onto the motn track. A mob of S00 men
attacked n train at Frederlcktown, doing
Thus far the railroad company has de
pended on Its own officers for protection,
but an official Indicated to-day that the
State would be asked to provide militia
If the disturb inccs continued,
Philadelphia, March 30. Suspension
of soft coal mining In the central Penn
sylvania fields on Wednrtday, with prob.
ably "5,000 workers Idle for several weeks t
at least, eeems piobable.
The operatives. In conference with
their officials here, have refused to grant
tho modified demands ot the miners and
are urging a renewal of the two year
working agreement, which expire at mid
night to-morrow. The union officials came
here Instructed to obtain at least the
concession that car pushing be abolished.
The operator will not agree to this, say
ing that It would add from 7 to 14 cents
a ton to the cost of mining and that the
expense of Installing electric motors to
move cars cannot be undertaken by many
small operators unless tho price of coal
Clkvkland, March 30. Four hundred
Ohio coal mini employing no. 000 miners
will be closed Tuesday night Indefinitely
as tha result of tho passage of the antl
coal screen law nnd the failure of op
erators und miners to rmch a wage
agreement. This statement was made to
day by W. It. Woodward, president of
tho Kastern Ohio Coal Operators Association.
Spiffal Cabtt Dupotch to Ths Sex.
Paws, March SO. Paul Bourget, the
noted French writer nnd Academician,
who was with M, Oaston Calmette In the
otrico of the Figaro Just before Mme.
Calllaux shot the editor, was a witness
In the Investigation of the murder before
Magistrate Itoucard to-day.
M. Ilotirget confirmed his previous state
ments that M. Calmette Inststed on re
ceiving, Mme. Calllaux in spite of the
ndvlce to the contrary given to him by
the witness. M. Calmette said he could
not refuse to receive a woman.
M. Bourget was positive that M. Cal
mette did not mention Mme. Calllaux by
name, simply saying to the attendant,
"Let the lady enter."
Two attendants nt tho Figaro office
testified to seeing Mme. Calllaux while
she was waiting for M. Calmette. They
Ignored her Identity until she gave, her
The prison authorities again announce
that all the usual regulations will bo
i Uj4 par cetii-d. Mint rat ctaxds. mt ensnJ -'-Ti 'b-TT-TTV. . T"
de Gaston Calmette
KISS CAUSE OF SUNDAY SUIT.
Poller In Mexico will II
aasly Averted by Heinle.
Washington, March 30. The Intense
Interest as lo the outcome of the battle
at Torreon to-day contlnuid to make
very other phase of the Mexican situ
ation subordinate to the content now in
progress. Officials here concede that
Questions regarding the course of the
United States in Mexico will be vitally
affected by the result ot Villa's attempt
to take the city from the Federals.
Tho State IXpartment was, ns usuil, '
without any advices as to the situation at
Torreon. Us special representative with
Villa. George C. Carothers, not furnishing
any information. The Mexican Kmbassy
was likewlso without Information, while
Constitutionalist agents refrained from
any definite statements ns to what Is
going on nt Torreon. Continuation of
Villa's embargo on news despatches served
to convince Wushlngton that the rebel
v. leader still finds serious obstacles In Ills
1 1 I - . I
Piu. .1.UHUI- men tuiiiuer rmarKaoie
a tha prolongation of the fighting nt such
a fierce pace as la indicated in the meagre
despatches from the front. It is believed
Villa Is In a position where he must win
an absolute victory soon or else give up
all that he has gained.
- Secretary Uryan to-day refused either
- to confirm or deny reports about the rec
ommends (Ions sent to Washington by
I John Lind, the President's special agent
now at Vera Cruz. He declined to com
ment on the report from Vera Cruz that
Und had advised that In the event of a
rebel victory at Torreon Oen. Carranza
bo urged to reiterate his declaration of
nearly a year ago to tha effect thnt the
revolutionary government will not recng
nlxe any loans, contracts or concessions
made by the Huerta Government. Mr.
Bryan said that he regarded Llnd's com
munications as confidential and served
notice that he was not open to questions
on the subjects.
, There Is not now any Indication thai
the recommendation. If nctually made,
la to be adopted. The proposal Is re
garded as Involving much more drastic
aotlon against Huerta and more In sup
port of the rebel rause than anything
, done by President Wilson heretofore.
The talk of the formation of n scpuriitf
republic In tho north of Mexico was re
vived hern to-dny, but appeired to be
without any substantial foundation. He
ports thnt tho rebels were looking to this
J end were promptly repudiated by thrlr
agents here. The plan was said to rest on
the conviction thnt even If Torreon Is taken
.by Villa It will b found Impracticable to
move a rebel nrmy upon Mexlro city and
' that the Constitutionalists would be wiser
to niake the most of the territory they
now hold. In some quarters It was said
the Administration would welcome such
a decision by the rebels, though such nn
I outcome would leave the real problem In
1 Mexico unaffected nnd would create a new
, one for tho United States to dent with.
llankrr llrsentrd F.TanaelUt's Crltl
rWm of Caress Ulvrn to Wife,
The mystery surrounding tho suit for
$25,000 ngatnst the Itev. William A. Sun
day, evangelist, by Charles II. HeflU a New
York banker, was cleared up yesterday
when the complaint In the case was filed
by Hell's lawyer.
The suit Is tor slander nnd Is based
on statements made by Sunday nt Wilkes
barre, Pa., In March. 1913, during a re
vival there, when the evangelist publicly
discussed a suit for separation brought
against Hell by Mrs. Anna C. IW.l. In
which the wife said that the husband
gave her "n peck on the cheek" Instead of
The evangelist was quoted as saying:
"A peck on the cheek Is not n kiss.
It Is about as cold and julceless as an
Icicle. A fellow Is a fool who wanders
from the kisser to the cheek. Buch a fel
low would drink whiskey straight. II
lacks discernment, discrimination, tasto
and good breeding. He Is one of those
nnlmais Teddy called a mollycoddle. He
is a fool whoso brain Is on tho melt.
His Intellect must bo us holey as a
"Just think of n mutt taking a peck
when he might hnve taken a bushel. Then
think how Umorant of human anatomy
the brute must be when he kicks his
wife on the hip Instead of In the stomach.
It his shoes are weak he runs the risk of
breaking his toes on her hip and the -ery
Idea of the monster telling her to go to
hell three times.
"Thus It goes In eas-slety. When seek
ing unadulterated happiness one must
seek it elsewhere than In saislety."
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FIELDER WINS HOUSE .
FOR BANK STOCK TAX
Bill Passes at Midnight After
Hcntcd Contest by Vote
of M to li.
TnENTOrf, N. J., March 30. The New
Jersey Legislature reconvened to-night In
a belligerent mood. Gov. Fielder and his
allies were determined to forco the pas
sage of the bank stock tax bill through
the House and James IL Nugent and the
ofrces operating with him bitterly opposed
every move ,
The bank stock bill passed the House at
midnight by a vote of 41 tc 14.
At n lato hour the House adopted an
amendment by Assemblyman Dobbins re
ducing tho proposed tax from 1 per cent
to . of 1 per cent and exempting real
estate otherwise taxed. The vote was 35
to 21 and was considered a decided victory
for the Governor.
This action was taken after the op
ponents of tho bank stock tax bill had
offered a number of amendments which
wen- consistently voted down.
OLD BOREAS TRAPPED
BY THECARB INDEX
Weather Bureau Adopts Scale of
Numerals to Show Torre
On end after to-morrow th Wests
Bureau will utilize the lleaufor hT5
scale, used by navigators o thn U1 i,
to designate the velocity In nil wi,,, .'''
casta and storm warnings, if Vou ,
i mat a 12 ,r,i., .;
a better e, . ,
i Is not on.i handy ".
. 12 wind is , i J,,,
- t. ..n-.i.. . l . . .--.wjK
Wl uu m uuiiiii inai a 1 2 Wil'rl i
cellar, or u mere
rathskeller. A No.
then may blow nnythlng "ovir Ci
fivV and that may even blow the n,,.
off the anemometer or the ha'r oft if.
head of tho prophet who exposes hiim.i!
on top of tho Whltelinll Huiki. ' ''
If the prophecy says tlm w I u ,
0 you mny expect n de.ij
mere breeze of three inllos N i ,
for iv "light nlr over threo mil.' i tu i
Force 3 Is n gentlo breeze, not n .), .
eighteen mites. At force 7 tho 'ilr I ,
a bit riotous, slamhanglng sIkms s-i
carrying away umbrellas, bats a .1 o
tophnmper nnd swrJllng Io.t '.
frosh galo come nct In the se.d,. a,'.
this means that the wind attains a srM
of between forty nnd forty-eight m a
At force 9 It tunes up to flfty-s.x
It goes to alxty-flvo It Is designate 1 ,u ,
"whole gale," numbered 10.
Admiral Sir Francis lleaufnrt nf f,
Pritlsh navy, who Invented the cal t.i
thus Immortallzod himself, was n ina:.
mariner In tho days of sailing vessel' 'r.
he indlcatel the strengtTi of th iv-
by telling thn navigator what sail he m.py
carry In the varying forcm of wind. At
10 the skipper of the sminrn nrr xu
advised to risk nothing more th;.n "main
topsail nnd foresail close reefed "
The 11 wind, from slxty-tl in v
enty-flve mlloe. Is designated a "storm
anil when that Is ntlrrlng the "storm t, v
sails" nre the tiling, according to th
Admiral's ndvlce. When the tl blast t
piling up tho combers the Adm ral pidd.
erly suggests tho dousing of a I c.i u
and running under "bare poles "
II lack Hand llullrt Icilm IIjIiik.
Itafaelo Uoccla, known ns Hnkty-l'dcrr
Itafaelo to hundreds of )lrnokln s ,io.'
children, to whom he sells candy, Is dylra
In the Kings County Hospital l- W1,
ahot yesterday morning nt Liberty uur.m
and Elton street. Jloccla, who lives u
238 Klton itreeL said he received letUrt
threatening his life unless he gave tha
writer money. He refused and was nhot
The man who attached him escaped
Ilr. O'llanlon Thinks Board of Rati
mate Flsrnrrt Prove. Kfflcleany,
The statement made In the report of
the Hoard of Estimate's Hospitals Investi
gating Committee that during a. period
of investigation of Ilellevue Hospital 47.T
per cent, of the autopsies performed
showed that rong diagnoses had been
made before death Is not considered as
tonishing by the PeMevun authorities.
Dr. O'llanlon. superintendent of llelle
vne, said yesterday that he considers this
perretitnge pretty good.
"Tha- Massachusetts General Hospital
hoe a very hhrh standing with physicians,"
ho said, "nnd an Investigation there dis
closed tho fact thnt n trifle over 50 per
rent, of the nutopsles showed that the
physicians had made wrong diagnoses
Tho Hospitals Investigating Committee
will nsk tho Hoard of Aldermen to-dny
for M2.000 for the maintenance of the
newly equipped morgue at Ilellevue Ho.
pltal which has been raady for three
years, but which has never been used.
The committee recommends that exists
Intf laws regnrdlng nutnpsles on the un
claimed dead be changed so that the hos
pitals may make more nntopsles In future,
Tho rhangn recommended Is thnt the hoe
pltals be allowed to perform autopsies
when bodies ure not claimed In forty-eight
applied to Mme. Calllaux while she Is an
Inmate or St. Laxare prison.
The Mutual Association of State Em
ployees It In a quandary because of tha
fact that Mme. Calllaux Is the president of
the society, and at the annua fote, which
Is about due, some of the most noted
artists who invariably lend their ser
vices on auch occasions will refuse to
appear under her patronage.
nourarrC'a Tribute to Calmette.
In Its Issue of Friday, March 20, on
which day Oaston Calmette. editor of tho
raria Figaro, wo purled, that paper
published an article by Paul Ilouriret.
the Academician, of which the following
la a translation:
"Oaston Calmette is to be burled tn-dnv.
No speech will be pronounced on his
tomb. Ills friends of the Figaro request
me, with whom he last spoke, to say In
their name a farewell to this excellent
director for whom they mourn. I obey
them, for It Is a duty to render to the
dead the homage they are knovn to de.
serve, but with a heart so moved that
I fear my hand will let go of the pen
before the end of this page. I nee again
with the Intensity of a rtghtmare what
took place In that tragic quarter ot an
hour on Monday; hit coming Into tht
hall where I awaited him. our entering
together his prlvato office, where I wished
to imk for one of hit contributors a favor
which he grunted at once: our leaving
together: the delivery to him of an en
velope; his opening it and looking at the
card which It contained.
"'It Is a visit. he said.
"'Come,' said I. 'you ure In a hurry.'
"He took a step toward the stairway.
I saw his fate, there, before me. Had he
yielded to this first movement he would
have been saved. The rest Is known and
how with hit courtesy, which was to cost
him his life, he said: 'It Is a woman itd
1 cannot fail to receive her.
"Courtesy I have never known any one
who practiced this noble virtue, so dlire
g.irded, with more nicety, more spon
taneity than Cnlmctte. In him the desire
to oblige was Innate as Is In others the
desire to harm. Andre Ileaunler has well
noted this charming trait of (hat tine und
Hrm countanance. It was In him n ver
itable churlty of manners and ways. It
flowed from an exquisite sensibility which
Itfe In Paris had not dulled. I remember
when the chief who presided over his
start, my dear friend Francis Mannard,
died, It was he who announced this mis
fortune to me by a despatch, which I
have kept and the end of which even
to-d.iy brings tears to my eys: 'Pity him
nnd pity a little your unfortunate, Cal
mette, ".Such lie was nt 30. such he remained
nt CO, Thoao who saw him the day after
the election of Alfred Capus lo the acad
emy n member his Joy fraternal, pro
found, affecting. Tho least hlstrlonlo of
men. the most foreign to any display, he
willingly hid his emotion txninth n kindly
Irony. Very perspicacious, he was not
the dupe of anything or anybody, but
this pi rsplcaclty enabled him to see the
estimable sides of characters In contrast
to other sides. Whence this sensible for
bearance, to which misanthropy was re
pugnant ns hatred waa repugnant to his
"He wus a good Frenchman and he
would have betn In better times an ad
ministrator nnd a diplomat of tho highest
ordr He goes, the victim of a murder
which comiwls those most blind to recog
nize toward what goal Is rushing a godless
society which believes Itaelf to be the
civilization of the futur. while It repre
sents the most fearful retrogression
"In ancient France and under Colbert.
It was among talent derived from solid
commoner origin such as this that the
highest tervants of the country were re
cruited. Calmette Joined to his kindness,
which was extreme, to his Intelligence,
which was keen, nn Infallible Instinct of
national order and Interest. When that
Instinct was touched to the quick, an In
vincible energy suddenly aroused this
pirsonallty as thoroughly courageous In
grave circumstances ns It wom pleasant
and affable In dally contract. Why must
It be that this courage, which served
what he considered as a professional duty,
should have resulted In depriving our
press of one of those who honored It most,
nnd his friends of a companion so sate,
so faithful? And how!
"Ileforn this monstrous thin I havo
not tho strength to write mom.
Flor de Murias
10c. to 25c. each
Made in Tampa identically the
same as this celebrated Im
ported brand is made in Ha
vana. The lower cost here is
?n the duty saved.
A size to try is the Perfecto at
3-for-50cts. Box of 25, $4.00.
VOWED BY PROF. SATO
Japanese Savant Defends Nip
pon's Policies in Corean
STYLE: What is it?
Come here inspect our Spring Suits and haberdashery
Vie answer will be convincing.
The knit-fabric overcoat for Spring thoroughly
tailored, $22 to $32 ready-to-wear.
Dr. Khoeuko Sato, Japanese exchange
professor to the United fltatea under the
Carnogle Dndarwment for International
Peace, gave a looture at Columbia Uni
versity yesterday afternoon, making- a
strong plea for friendship between Japan
and the Western nations and a defence
of Japan's policies in Oorea and Man
churia. "We shall never enter into any Inter
national complication In the , Western
world," aald Dr. Hato, "arising out of
such a question as the recent California
land legislation. This can be settled
amicably by the two friendly nations.
"We ah all always look for peace and
friendship from the Western world, and
especially do we look for peace from
acroaa the Pactflc the historical peace
and friendship Inaugurated by the wis
dom of your Chief Magistrate and sup
ported by the Intelligence of your people.
If titer ore aome sore spot they will
In regard to Japan's position In Corea
and Manohurla Dr. Sato waa careful to
explain that her motive waa not terri
torial aggrandlfement, but Imply reform
of bad conditions.
"For Uw past forty rears," he aald,
"Oorea waa the apple of discord and be
came tho mainspring of disturbances in
Asia. Corea waa tna Balkan peninsula
In the Far East and waa one of the
causes of the trreat Batsuina rebellion; It
waa the cause of the China-Japan war,
and was one of the causes of the Itus-sla-Japan
war. For the peace of the Far
East and for the good of humanity the
matter had to bo settled ones for all.
This was dona by amalgamation, and we
think that tha deed has been Justified by
CHARITY FUND STOCK
MAY BE WORTHLESS
Moreover, Gen. Dodge Estate
Hasn't Got Supposed
dends, the canal Is not yet completed,
und the value of the stock Is unknown,
but he Ivelloves that It Is to the Interest
of the estate to accept Klanngnn's offer.
FEAR VICE SENDS OUT SPIES.
Wife Wamta Bears la Ml.
Dr. Julia Beton Sears, the New
Thought leader, asked Buprems Court
Justice Weeks yesterday to make her
husband, ths llev, Mr, Frank W. Boars, a
mtmber of the Alimony Club In Ludlow
street JalL Through her attorney Mrs.
Bean asked that ths Itav. Mr. clears bs
dtalartd in conttatpt for failure to pay
a 1609 counsel fee awarded In her suit for
dlyorca, So doea m oak far aUzBOQj.
Through an application In the Surro
gate's office yesterday It became known
that stock of the Capo Cod Canal Com
pany of a par value of 1210,000, but of
unknown actual value, is all that It left
to make up a trust fund established by
Oen. Charles Cleveland Dodge, who died
The will of Oen. Dodge set aside tht
trust fund for ths benefit of charitable
and religious organizations, but state
ments made In the application yesterday
by Charles Htuart Dodge, (len. Dodge's
son and one of the executors, show thnt
the corporation to distribute the Income
of tho trust fund has never been organ
ized, and that the Cape Cod Canal slock,
constituting the fund. Is of little or no
The will stated that the testator be
tleved that the value of the Cape Cod
Canal stock was more than 1250.000 and
that It would yield an Income of at least
JO per cent.
Oen. Dodge asked that these organiza
tions be especially remembered In the dis
tribution of the Income : Home and foreign
missionary societies of the Collegiate' He
formed and Presbyterian churches; the
aged ministers' funds of each of these
churches, Lincoln Hospital, Hyrlan Col
lege of Beirut, Seaman's Krlcnd Society.
Bowery Mission, New York Christian
Home for Inebriates. American Hunday
School Union and "somn channel for the
spiritual care of the American Indian."
The application tiled yesterday states
that Oen. Dodge's title to the Cape Cod
Canal securities was due to an agreement
with De Witt Clinton Flanagan by which
the latter agreed to give him 160,000 In
cash or an equal value of bonds In the
Boston, Cape Cod and New Tork Canal
Company and 1400,000 In stock of the
company. Mr. Dodge said that Flanagan
had disposed of the bonds and alio all
ths stock. He said the estato has re
covered a Judgment for I&J.7U against
Flanagan, but the Judgment has been
returned unsatisfied. Claims ot 177,117
have been filed, against the Dodge estate,
and the executor has no funds with which
to pay them.
The executor said that long negotia
tions with Flanagan have resulted In an
offer by him to deliver to the estate 1,100 .
shares ot ths stock. Mr. Dodge said the
eaaai oosapsny had sever paid axur tllvl-
Two Spectators at Inspector Oltlrn's
Trial Cause tlr.
The trial of Inspector Jnmcs Jl. Cllllen
for falUnx to suppress disorderly resorts
in tho old Tenderloin was continued yes
terday at Police Slcadqtiartcn-. Lieut.
Costtgan'a evidence gatherers told of wide
open conditions In the Inspector's district.
Prince Pierre Trnub-jtzkoy, nn artist
who has a studio near one of thn raided
hotels, said h believed the Until Mumm
was a disreputable place, but hi had
never been Inside t It. Aski If h- kncv
the proprietor he said: "He looks lk
an Imp from 'A Midsummer Nlijht'
Several letters WTlttcn to city officials
complaining of disorderly conditions In
the district were admitted Into the rec
ord. These were unsigned nnd, in most
cases, hardly decipherable.
The presence In thn court room of two
men whose reason for being there could
not be learned gave rise to n report that
they were hotel rlerks Keeking to ncijiialnt
themselves with the men attnehed to Cos
The trial will be resumed nt 2 o'clock
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