FIGHT IN HOUSE OVER PANAMA REPEAL GROWS MORE
Glynn Gives the Choicest Jobs to Murphy Men
eee were arekasde t-i
1 MIGHT" If
PBIOX ONE CENT.
Schulz, Representative of " The
Chief" in the Bronx, l ands
a $15,000 Post.
FINE JOB FOR M'CABE.
Eugene Limb Richards Be
comes State Bank Superin
tendent at Sio.ooo a Year.
By Samuel M. William t.
Staff Correspondent of The Evening
Mall has no IVMOtl to nom plain of
Gov. Glynn 'a aelectiona for tho Impor
tant offices to bo (tiled aa the Legis
lature wan winding up tho regular
e-aalon of 1014 early this mornlnf.
An out-and-out Tammany Governor
rould art Up' bean moi kind to the
Th. mnil Important appointment
HMf liv tfM Governor OU that
leorre M. 8. Kchulx or ttM Bronx to
bo rnbiir srrico commissioner for
tho rltet niatrlr'. Mr. Schulx la l
flrat-last -and-all-the-tlme Tammany I
nan and haa boon elected to ever v
office he aver held on the Tammany I
When the Tammany foroea split In
the Bronx and Fnrr-. llcOulra led
revolt Mr. Schulx stood by Four
teenth afreet. !.'e ran for Surrogate
nn the Tammanv tl ::et last tall and1
waa elected. ' go. Intment laavea
icy In the office of surrogate
.. . ..
of the ftvonx.
rn:rn Tammany win
Off 'o ML
MURPHY DID NOT
a a r- u t
Oor. Qlyun'e frlenda aay that Mr.
aVbula waa not Charlea V. Murphy'a ,
coawa, mat aiurpny waa rooting for
Thomaa J Qulnn of the Bron. Do ,
that aa It may. Oov. Olynn couldn't (
haro picked a more representative
Tammany officeholder tlian Mr.
rtrnulz ir Uiirpny had lad him up by
Oov. atynn'a frianda aay that tho
Oorernor picked Mr. Schuli becuuae
of personal frtendahtp. Soma aald
that the Oorernor and Mr. ohula
ware elaaamatee at Pordhara TTnl
veralty. Thli la a mistake. Mr.
Srhulz rever attended Fnrdham. But
ha haa long boon a close personal
friaod of the Governor, who admlraa
hla personality and ability. Incl-
dentally, Mr. Schula la one of tho
moat nopitlar men In (he Bronx and
can bo depended upon tn get out a
lei e rote on Election Day for any
candidate he la Interoatad In.
Mr. Schuli ran away ahead nf his
tlekac laat fall. If ha waa not the
of Charloa F. Murphy he was
undoubtedly tha choice of Arthur
Murphy, who Is Charloa F.'a lieu
tenant In the Bronx.
While not an nnt-i. id-out Tarn
xaany n in, William Tempi "mmett,
placed by tha Governor on the up
state Publto Service Commission, la
friendly to the machine. He had tha
Tammany Indorsement when he waa
made Insurance t'ommlttaloner by
Patrick K McCabo nf Albany, ap
pointed Conservation Commissioner,
haa long been Charloa F Murphy's
lieutenant In Albany County Ha
couldn't be closer to Tammany Hall
tf he were a district letder In New
York City But he Is also a lifelong
friend and staunch admirer of (Jov.
Oljrnn and the latter owes much of
his political advancement tn the
satutoti eee of "Parky" McCabe
Eugene Umh Richards of Stater
Maiid selected Superintendent of
anka, la a Charloa F. Murphy man.
He waa very doee te William Sulxer
during the early daya of that atates-
HANDED OVER BY GOV. GLYNN
0 TAMMANY'S HENCHMEN
t'epyrlgbt, 1014. br
Co. Th. N.w
Firemen Find Charred Body in
Ruins With Long Knife
Still in Head.
A bwiy supposed tn he that of
I'",r,rk Rheata of No sm Woat Fifty-
flrat afreet was found mutilated to-
day In the fire-gutted boat house at
One Hundred and Slxty-flret atreat
and the North "Ivor.
The boathouae wae fired by the
murderer In an attempt to hide hla
mi, hut before the body of the !
victim waa deotroyad the flames were !
put out. The man had been killed
wrth a hatchet or cleaver The top
f or nis neatr was mm open. iNot con
tent with this, the slayer plunge. I
a butcher's knife Into the n-an'a
It waa near midnight when Patrol
man Boylan of the Wait One Hun-
dr1 nd ,,rMt atatlon
aaw flaraea juat below too New York
.'antral track skirting the river. He I
turned In a Are alarm and huatled
toward, the Are. Aa he approached :
the burning boathouae be ran Into
Rdward McDonald, a watchman.
twenty-eight yeara old. who later waa
T . , .
On his shirt and com aleevea there
., , ..
wfis oioouniain ne s.u.l iney wore
TOLD POLICEMAN THERE
NO ONE IN HOUSE.
Ia there any one tn the boatbouae?'
.No r.piU(1 McDonald
Th, poiijoman fought tb4l fll, until
, .nival of the engines The flare
Cf the carbide light, of the fireman
tn tne burned out place, after the
"wetting down," showed a hu:
body on the floer. The clotbea had
been burned off and tbe flrat exam
tnatlon proved that tha man had been
murdered. The woodon handle of the
knife, etlrklng out of tha smashed
ahull, was charred.
McDonald waa found later and tak
SLAIN MAN FOUND
IN BURNED HOUSE;
eo to tho West One Hundred and ' nopea mat wneo mi pre m ssasensny
Pifty-aacond street station, where the In regard to the army has been set
deteetlvea plied blm with Queatlona. j tied, both Parliament and the country
. Ilu waa auuen at flrat and whan be
' did anawer gave confllctln atorloj.
ilo told the deteatlvea that . man lie
knew only ae "Red" ha gone to ihe
I boatbouae with him to aleep. Hi
!aald bo had awakened "Red ' whan he
smelted the amoke, and that the man
I had growled at blm und h id aal 1.
"Let 'er burn!"
SAY8 DEAD MAN HAD LOST
MONEY AT CARDS.
Asalatant Inatriot-Attnrnoy Skin
net took charge of the uatW, This
morning McDonald said thit before
going to the boatbouae he hnd playe.i
poker at the Audubon Inn with throe
otuer men. one of whom was "Red. "
"Red'' Inst what money he bad an I
asked to be given shelter fur thu
night In ii p
When daylight name and a better
examination or inr uurnra nowinouae
... , I. ,...!.. t lie luillne fiiinirl th.it
r ... . ,,. ,.,n,i Th. i.
l 11 1 B.u- mmm - . - - - . ... , ... -
lleve the man v ua killeal In an en-
counter with fie slnyer. Remote from 1
the e.reeuH anil without dance: nf dla- !
mining others, the two struggled In
the little loa' shelter on tne edge of I
the river Hut for the watchfulness ,
of Rovliin the place would have been
burneil to IPS water's edun and the
R hAr red body of lha murdered man
swept out Into the tide.
Dennis Shesls, an und .rtaker, of
o 7 MoCoomba llaie, the Mronx,
4onttS04 a burned '"at found neai
the body ox OM he gun his hroUiei,
PttrlOk, last November The body
was sent Id tne ainrcue, liemnng
t'oroner's Inquest. McDonald's bloody
, inquest, mc Donad's bloody,
I coat were given to a cheiu-
Tf- 1sla I mtamt
ahlrt and com
lat, who wi
"Circulation Books Open to All.'
The rna ufclKkla
1 Karl Roberts Carried
Resignations in Pocket to
SEELY WILL GET OUT.
Premier So Far Unable to In
duce Head of Army to
INDON. March 2i How much
graver than had boon publicly real
ised la the British army complication
arising out of opposition of tho
, I'nJonlata In I'lster to tho Home Rule j
ttill. was disclosed to-day by Sir Kd
ward Richard RlUMOll. a
supporter of the (government. In
article In tho Liverpool Dally
root or wmcn bo is eaitor. sir t-a-
ward atateil :
"It la a peaitiva faet that whan ha
visited the War Office thla weak Field
Marehel Lord Roberta had in hla
pocket a liat of nearly 900 offioero of
the army who were ready te aand in
Tbe all nation la tenae. for up to a
late hour to-day no way bad been
found by the Uovernment to break
the dca.llock reuse, I by the proffered
realgiuttlona or Klld Marshal Sir
John French and Adit -Gen. Hlr John
Kwart from tbalr positions at the
head of the Brittab army. The Gov
ernment, however, waa atlll bopaful
that lta dlfllcultlae would be overcome
before tbe Houaa of Commons meets
Should the Chief of the General
Staff and the Adjutant-General per
sist In their nttlti le It In generally
believed that Col. John Sealy, Secre
tary of State for War, whuee realg
natlon was rofuaed the other day, will
i leave the Cabinet.
lu case tbe Government should he
able to devlae a mean satisfactory to
tbe Field Marshal and to the Adjutant-General
by which the memoran
1 dum handed to Brig. -(Jen Gnugb and
giving aasurances to the officers that
I they would not bo employed to fight
tho Unlonlata In Clster can be re
called, thus enabling them to retain
' tbelr poets, the transfer of Col. Seely
to some other fleld of activity prob
; ably will satisfy tho Liberal and La
I bor malcontents
, Tha member of the Cabinet aepn
' rated to-day for the week-end and
most of them have gone on visits to
i various parts of tha country. It la
will return to the main Issue, namely,
the position of Ulster, with perhaps
a greater disposition to And a method
of settlement by consent.
NEW YORK WOMAN
A SUICIDE AT SEA
Mrs. O. Tnrkinsnn I cap1- F-nm ilif
om Dominion Liner
Mrs O Tnrkinsnn, whose iKldre-.
was guppooad to ba Wo. Ml Tanth
street, N'mv Vork t'lty, lumped oei-.
board at saa to-day from the t'ldi
Mini. - i.l. in cordlnK to
.a dlanatcti rr
elved In I bis city
1 The Mmllson left New
York eMr- '
day. There Is no West Tenth
at reel at Ko R3 i'.'jt Toittli atreat
no such person Is known.
Oldest Odd Fellow Head.
RK1 HANK. i J, March SS -.John
a llalntnn, Hie oldest Odd Fellow In
tgaetem Notj Jersey, died si ins hama i
last nlghti He ..... sovonty-eavan lie
wan h member of N'svesitia I. nose of
Odd Fellows and waa !U BMretai'J for
over forty yesrs He was a mi inner of
Arrow smith Poll, Q A V,
KtAUY I U UUI I UN
r. ,u -m-y, ,
rlwhni all nnasr :, ;,,,
.. BXaT2jlltaBvZ' .
tr.it .11 1 ha Tin us.
aaUf i."ikati.a'i;.t .H.,s
YORK, SATURDAY, MARCH 28,
ParMenne Who Thinks New York
aa FS) V fdi e nrl liAl sv f J7VSxJa
rr inicfl M. It'll
Mme. Jnire Shockd
That Husbands of
Women Don't Wear I
. Suzanne .Tr're.
lalle I for home It
Olympic of the White star line, wu
quite enthuataalto ovi Now furl
wuiiieii, but she h-aw Ilia man a tw4)
"The lo4loa of Now York are thi
heat looking, 'H'd tiaat gowned womei
tn Aninricu," msIiI alio. Tl,. niei
ok dke ragptokaei To sajjoli th.
UolOBSC. SBJ SBBSBBP' BXaaO , v. " i ,
te:;. ' JPPb. i ill
iHB bs jk isx ' JKys'
axaxaesu am WW! t ;sxan wswwapP - .e r
H nWU Tl tffr't1 Y
" 0X0X011 BKeil B" i xoaMLl
BB llsl 'XOKOB
jHjmrHR f L
' 8 xawWrS xa.
aaaasaxaeakjt waaB ff'lJt
saxajxoakBx9 N-e r
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t mS" j I
, -tMj-... ... ..... o-o aa o oo o-0-a a e o a -a e o . . o o-fo i-a a i.fif
NEW YORK LADIES
wanto jhi jajjo
tlllll iUCH I IlJIll
Paris except that the New Vork
Indies are more beautiful.
"Vour tri"n do not know how to
dress You see the beautiful madame
coming down the avenue, dressed
most wonderfully. By her side Is a
mnn At Brat you tblnk ha la the
lady's butler, but you know ha can
not be, for he la not In llwry. Then
you thin!, the man must be an old
family servant, who has been aant
out with the lady tn guard bar from
the had gunmen of New York. Then
the lady stops and you are Introduced
to tha man. Mon Dloul Tbe man U
tho lady's husband.
"Why do HOI your men draaa In
kaeplpg with your ladl-a? The troua
ets of tha men bag at the knees, their
louts do not lit Ah, they urn Impoa-
kini'i as ar so re. way a not the
men weui nearoOT Heaids stand for
iiianhood, vlrilllj and nobility, The
onl) linlr on the fuc is won. hy the
t lin n loa; the slmp!c outha who
dfcorate ibemaelvat wdtt, me nttin
muatarha ami the htt pulled down
o l r tbt ears
"Thla Is III) flrat fl4l to America
It In n yreut countrt and New York
la a great Hi Tha ay omen uf Amerb-a
ara all u beautiful, but the iadina of
New York me the U-st Iresaera. New
York !h tu the I utteal H'ates what
, in , t- to ibe lust if l''.-anie 1 hope
to reinni soon, but wttOn I t" I hope
t',.e nie: will le htti dressed and
"Circulation Books Oprn
" TOO T(l RF
' I IlltwU I U UL
Victim of Drug Found in Rich
Apartment at No. 65 Cen
tral Park West.
NOTIi TO 'JERRY' SIEGEL.
"I Hope You Realize This,"
Wrote Victim in a
Mrs Jewels Bovine, a pretty young
woman of mystery, la a prisoner to
the Myelinic Hospital where ahe waa
taken to-day after aba had boon found
senseless from an overdose of a sleep
ing potion at No. 6 Central Park
She was atlll unooneeloua aeveral
hours after aha waa admitted to tha
boopltaJ, though aha had ahort inter
vals of oonaclouancon in whloh oho
wept, but tho phyaiclana could got
nothing coherent from ha. They be
Howe, however, that she will recover.
be waa dlacovered tn her bod
room by her maid, who went to '
arouse bar for breakfast. She waa
eeneeleoe but groaning, and on a table
boalde her reposed tho half emptied
bottle of the aloeplng drug. Police
man Mitchell of tho West Slaty
eighth elreet station summoned Or.
Barton of No. II Central Park Weal
The phyalclan advised the young
womejn'e removal to tha hospital.
LKPT NOTE ADDRESSED TO SIS
TERS AND BROTHERS.
A note ahe had written lay on a
dresser. It waa addressed to Mrs
Amelia Babcnck. .".IIS rust avenue
oust, idar Itaplda, Iowa." It be
gan "My dear slatera and brothers"
and want on to aay "this Is my lust
will." Then the writer enumerated
a score or mora of Jewels which ahe
divided among her relatives. Moat
of the pieces were diamond aet and
apparently ware worth aeveral thou
sand dollars. Then tha note con
tinued: "Qod be my Judge for thla act. I
am eorry to trouble you. Uod ahall
do. what he like with my aoul. I
have been unhappy and bad. and I
hope this rruiy be a leaaon to soma
other unfoi iinuite woman.
"Tha wagoa of aln la death. I have
tried to be good, with no avail. Pray
for me once In a while. 1 have tried
to be good, but thla la my unfortunate
On the envelope beside the addreso
this was written:
" 'Jerry' Slegel. To open and real
ize tbe things montioned In this."
Mrs. Bovine waa arrayed In her
nlghtdraas when she waa found, but
the olothlng suattored about tbe room
waa of beautiful quality and oil her
Angara were several large diamond
rlnga. ISvarywhere in the apartment
were signs of wealth.
JEROME SIEQEL SAYS HE
KNOWS THE GIRL.
Jerome Slegel, who lives at the
Hotel Plaza, was greatly shocked
when he learned of the glrl'a attempt
on her life.
'I'm dumfounded." said ho, "and
terribly sorry I can't imagine why
ahe did It or why she should have ad
dressed a note to me. I have no dealt e
to conceal anything In relation to her.
She lad moat estimable young woman
whom 1 mat In the weat some yeara
bgo. J know her brothers and her
stetrra and thsy ara nice people
"I have aeen her wsal nall In
town hero but quit Infrequently in
the laat year or an. I must aupposa
that aba didn't realise what a falae
poaltlon ahe would place ma In hy
the address on her OOtOi Of course,
she must have been greatly excited.
Why It'a terrible. I'm a bachelor
and I know a great many people
Thlna what would happen If evory
budv who wanted to kill themselves
wpota mv name on an envelope
"I have telephoned tn the hospital
and ihny tell me ihsl she will be all
right tomorrow. 1 am greatly re
lieved. The whole affair Is terrible
and I haven't the allghtnet Idea why
ahe should have tried sulfide or ad
rirosaed me. She waa simply an ac
quaintance, whom I knew aa I knew
its loot of hot tally."
GOOD." SAVS GIRL
wjisroi AS DEMOCRATS WAR
PARTY BREACH WIDENS
OVER PANAMA REPEAE
Harrison of Mississippi Assailing Wilt
son Lauds Clark and Underwood,
and Says Disruption of Or
RHODE ISLAND MEMBER
ALSO HITS AT PRESIDENT
While House in Bitter Mood "Heckles
Speakers, Bargain With Great
Britain Over Mexico Is Hinted. V
WauBH LNttTON, March It. An
of nhottmtof few If any votaa, waa let
ama tolls exempt lou ropeol. Intense
Wig the repeal and President Wilson's supporters wma evedeat tnm ttt
opening All Uio while the Ciark-WUeon split loomed itnawatj. ove-
trmplng the actual repeal question.
PALMER 6IVES PRINCETON
A $300,000 STADIUM
New Athletic Field and Stands
Will Seal 41,000
Hwsti u. n. K una Wnrkt.i
PMNCsTTONi N J.. March 2. A
stadium to seat 41,n00 people haa
been assured Princeton University
through the generosity of Edgar
Palmer, Una, of Uye, N. Y Prealdent
of the New Jersey Inn Company,
aocordtng to an announcement of
Prealdent lllbben. The structure will
coat probably 300,000, exclusive of
grading and approachea. It will take
the shape of a horaeshoe. The alto
la laiughlln Field, directly south of
the c. union and the Cap and Oown
Clul.s, and nearer the cainpue than
the preacnt base ball fleld.
The gift haa been made to Prince
ton by the aim of the man who gave
Palmer Phyalcal Laboratory, one of
the II neat In the country. Although
the details have not been worked out.
It Is said the Klft. whbh la made for
the use of the athletic iiaaoclutlon,
will menu a large addition to the en
dowment and revenuea of tho uni
versity. The athletic aaaoclatlon will
be able to turn Into the university
treaeury the amount It annually
spends on the erection of temporary
St nt ids
Uranium, Rotterdam 10 A.M.
Philadelphia, Southampton. . 12 M.
President Grant, Hamburg. ..11 A. M.
Carpathia. Gibraltar 12 M.
Don't Let Any One
April Fool You1
April a tbe great Spring rentli.
month. A great deal of moving Intc
houses, . rooms, apartments, 'tores, of
flees, tu.. Is about to take place.
If a dissatisfied tenant, will you find
the home or business place you seekf
If a landlord, will May 1st leave your
vacant property still unoccupied?
But one more month remains In
which to decide these Important ques
tions WHY NOT DECIDE THSM TO
YOU ADVANTAGE THROUGH THE
BIG SUNDAY WORLD'S ADVER
TISING COLUMNS TO-MORROWf
fW Sunday World "To W Ait.
lot Crtatul Vatlttyl
Urn Sunday World "To W Ait.
B PRICE ONE CENT.
loose to-day tm tha
acrimony between the
9 The fcpeaker'a
breao wtth tfa
White House waa flrat
itepreaantatlve Harrison aa?
elppl, a Democrat.
He aald It
rrata In control.
"O'Hhaunnaaay. a Rhode
Democrat, did not apeclflcalry DM
the factional fight but ha aaawnsd fae
President for hla stand aa the tea
un the otbsr hand.
Htovsns and Madden.
Ucana. supported t he
President, tha former laudUsy MB Hi
SPEAKIRS PACK HIOKLMM f
Mean, aneallad tha repeal la
nred terms aa surrendering to faroVk
n retain wlO.Mil sO iskO
"is the Panama canal now Oat
of the ellminaUon of aluerta." ho i
Nearly all the speak are, faro aatd
con. had to faoa "heckung" bp fjejr
oppononta. punotuatod by yoSM agld
hursts of applauaa frees both atdao ajf
There waa another big threnaT lis)
the House when the battle
bill waa rsaumed.
Hpaaker Clark warned tbo
In the gallertea to refrain from af
plaudlng, but freuuont and voclfaroaal
handrlapptng waa not ''ti'ia; freest
the floor. In the gallertea many amxaV
tatora brought luuohea, ajraasejeajal
camp all day.
lEepresentative Harrison of MsBBBB
alppi. the flrat speaker of tha day.
started anew the dtecuaatett of tfeo
"The record of the Pernor rejthl
party, under tbe banner of
Clark and Oscar Underwood,
In the Democratic victory which patO.
ua control of Congress; don't
that," he declared.
"I tblnk the Prealdent la
and able and prompted by tbo I
motives, hut no man Is infallible.
"tf this repeal la adopted I
It will he the beginning of
of party organisation In this con
We must keep the faith."
Harrison said tbo President
aa well ask Congresa to yield to i
demand of Japan in the dispute awar
the California Allen Land law aa te
consent to the Panama repeal.
IS REPEAL THE PRICI Of
Repreaentative Knowland, control,
ling the time for tho RepuMlonjsa. aa
sailed the repeal in unmeaeured I
aa 'Wurrendorlng to Groat Brtt
without a struggle."
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