THE EVENING WORLD. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1020
. ' J .Mnn ranltil far tha Rf
Ever since the nomination of Gov.
Cox tha entire West hu been after
him to open his campaign In that ,'
part of the country Instead of In his '
own State or In tho East. And, as
your correspondent reads the signs,
the West may cease Its urging and
be prepared to -welcome Gov. Cox
very soon after he confers With the
members of the National Commute,
T receives his official notification and
J squares bis shoulders for the fight
! It Is not at all unlikely that his first
speech will b delivered In San Fran
cisco, probably In the very ball In
.which he was nominated.
In the last two days many tela
grams hava arrived from all parts of
the West urging him to coma to this
BY THIRD PARTY
Wade, Boy Author, Seeing New York
And Interviewing Mayor Hylan
LAUNCHED TO-DAY K
Is Playing a Lone Hand
KEYNOTE SPEECH -MADE.
piaca or that, and assuring him that : Allen McCurdy Breaks Old
V- 111 . . I - Y. I .h. Mtf I
Parties and Calls For Abo
lition of Privilege.
lbs will get a welcome which will
amaae him. Lata yesterday his sob
retary, Charles E. Morris, who at
tended the convention, called the
Governor by long distance from San
Francisco to say that city Insisted
upon his appearance there first of
' all . Mr. Morris addod the announce
ment that the Democrats believe they
will nrrv flnllfnrnln-
W. W. main, secretary oi tna corn , o"".
CHICAGO, July 10. Many Ingredi
ents ore In tho political melting pot
which (began sizzling to-day, nnd
from -which a third party Is to ba
Falace, an annual exposition! affair
in South Dakota, headed a delegation
irom inai mate wnicn cauea on , Taxers. Farmers' Alliance men,
tUovcrnor, requesting that he speak " ,
Loaders In various lines of thought
Dull MooserA, ex-l'opullsts, Hln-
"there during the show, which runs
from Sept. 22 to Oct. 7. There was
army and navy scrvlco men. Women
SuffrnglMs, Government Ownership
also an invitation by telegraph from languors, Non-Partlsan Lcaguera
the officials of the annncsota aiato ftna rspronentatlvna of the new Labor
S& wT-hn. r ln "SF2S?
fiU Louis was another applicant for . a delngat. or sympathetic specta
his presonce and a speech. torn, at tho Hotel Morrison to-day.
Among the letters which came to Four separata conventions were
the Governor to-day were three from . Mj,e(iuied to bo held The Forty-
SJ;"5 ".SS ' Elghters proper, tho Labor Party, th
making good. "I hava a number of Single Tax Party and the American
tbeso letters," ho said, "and they ' Constitutional Party. The first threp
give me a peculiar satisfaction. They evcn though they may not amalga-
teu me that l was ngnt wncn i issued wrn nTnpele,i to run ionc tho
-"the order releasing these men from
prison; that I was right in my esti
mate that they were capable of be
coming good men. They hava dono
. wall, theao fellows, and I llko their
letters. We have a really modern
prison system in our State. It Is
based on our belief that there la good
In every man, and that It Is our duty
. to find the oood thing and build on
it, and erect a man.'
When Gov. Cox hod finished his
af'ernoon talk yesterday be went
with one of his visitors, A. A. Augus
tus of Cleveland, to the ayton Coun
try Club, where the C j State Golf
Championship was being played. Un-
fortunately, they reached there Just
''''in time to seeMr. Augustus's son
lose his match In the semi-finals.
John A. McSparreL President of
the State Grange of Pennsylvania,
-who attended the two conventions to
lay the farmers wishes before tho
two platform committees, stopped
oft at Dayton to-day on his way from
Ban Francisco to lay these and cor
relative matters before Gov, Cox, and
ask that he Include them in his od
'" dresses before agricultural com
Franklin' D. Roosevelt, the Vice
Presidential nominee, Is expocted
next woelc, and will probably moat
The American Constitutions!
Party, organized by William R.
Hearst, Is plsylng a lone hand,
having already been repudiated
by the Forty Elghters and the
Single Taxers, and so far Ignored
by the Labor Party.
Abolition of privilege was made the
slogan of tho convention of the Com
mltteo of Forty-Eight in the keynote
speech of Allen McCurdy, New York
City, temporary Chairman,
Berating the Republican and Demo
crats Parties as "bold bidders for
the opportunity to be agent of tho
rapacious interests for the next four
years," McCurdy declared the present
convention hod been called "to dis
cover whether a political party with
the abolition or privilege as us
paramount issue can be created.'
McCurcy reviewed tho platforms of
the major parlies and asserted that
tho party leaders "are without the
vision of tho statemanshln. the coin
age of leadership or tho conviction
"Tho Republican bid Is bold." he
aid. 'lit reads out of Its councils
every man and woman wtoo over
stood for any form of Jiumun rights;
) J AOV WILL DGAB1.E (( -VME
A ( Wl To SIT OM HIM"- Wrr -SWAL.
-ilCS. lV' CONEY TsUAMD SgfV, V.CJ TTATUe 0PE
f' '- Vvtt&N A CITY MALL- SOOT
BLACK MAILS MIM, Me IS kCZ" k
REMINDED OF MOR-AJlO VA
ALGCRTS STORIES OF MY W
HELD IN INQUIRY
INTO STOLEN AUTOS
HIGH PAia CITY OFFICIALS TO GET
BIGGEST RAISES UNDER 20 PLAN
(Continued from Page One.
Asalstunt Engineer t 2.800
Chief Clerk Francis J, O'Connor 3,(00
Clerk James C. Deerlng 3,500
state Motor Vehicle inspector hss AvSlTi:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: m
, , r , I Clerk Edward P. O'Connor 3.200
ana iwo utners Accusea
Secretary to Mayor, John F. Slnnott. $6,500
Assistant Secretary Frances W. Rokus 6,800
Executive Secretary Augustln Kelly. 4,800
Chief Clerk Bond Clerk John J. dlennon 4,000
Clerk Joseph O. Conlon 3,060
Deputy Comptroller Frank PrlaJ $7,600
uuvuiy uompirouer Armur mucin ?,&uu
Robert T. Grogan, an Inspector ot
motor vehicles In the offlco of the
Secretary of Stale at ko. 127 West
65th Street, has been held In 15.000 1?' ZS??. .."".".T::::: SOO
ball by United States Commissioner
Hitchcock, and two other men are
under arrest, as tho result of a triple
investigation by Federal, State and
city officials Into the thefts of autos.
These officials are seeking to learn
whether tho men arrested are mem
bers of a band that has been stealing
automobiles In other States and sell
ing them hero. Tho mon aro charged
Assistant United States District At-
orney Schwarts and Lieut. Sergeant
Martin Owens of the Automootlo
Squad questioned Glnsburg. Thoy
said ho told thorn he had wished to
buy a seven-passeivger car for not
more man ti.ooo. lie said ho met
Grogan in a saloon In Montlcello. N.
Y., and was advised to come to Now
York to get a good car ' cheap. '
Two weeks later, ho said, ho mot
Grogan again in a saloon "near the
Secretary of State's office and was
Introduced to Stephons, who sold nun
a car "sight unseen" and gave him a
bill of-Bole. Later, It is alleged, Gro
gan gavo him a license for the car,
handing It over tho countor In the
Secretary of State's office, eliminat
ing tho routine and delay which other
applicants for licenses havo to en
dure. Stephens and Glnsburg wero
arrested Thursday morning in tha
automobile by Detectives Owens and
iioran after a cnaso in wnicn snois
were fired. Btephens is held in
tne uovernor in Columbus, uov. cox innt n ninfnnn n,.t dM
intends going to the capital on Mon- I equivocates or straddles every living
Governor has now established an af- I which. In exchange for the Uvea and
ternoon hour in which to give bis 1 treasure of the people, Mexican oil
brief dally Interview to the score or ahull bo dollvercd to tho lnteres,
mora newspapermen who are close
upon his heels Irom the time he or
Boy Author Wade Sees Mayor Hylan
Arid Finds Him a Beardless Santa;
Loses Bout With q, Coney Donkey
rives In Dayton from his summer
borne, Trails End, on the outskirts
of the city. Ha generally reaches the
office of the News about 10 o'clock,
and Invariably there -ore many visi
tors awaiting him, and piles of tele
grams qt congratulations which con
. tlnue to arrive. Although Gov, Cox
la the busiest man In Dayton and
surrounded by a ring of secretaries
and stenographers as he reads mes
sages and dictates replies to letters
and telegrams, he has a singular
faculty of being able to withstand
'"Interruptions by newspaper writers
"'and resume his Interrupted work
' without making his visitor feel thero
-1 had been interruption or bother.
J"S In his talks with the newspapermen
the Governor tilts back his swivel
chair, puffs bis cigar until It gets
t well afire, and nearly always starts in
with the same sentence! "I think I
havo something for you to-day, at
least you may find something in it."
Then without waiting to be ques
tioned he tells what he thinks to be
the most Interesting event ot the day,
'political or personal. There Is a
-vnewepaperman's directness about bis
announcements that might well serve
as "copy" were they taken stenog-
raphlcally. He obeys an Injunc
tion which, no doubt, he has often
given to men of his own paper. Ho
"keeps It down to the facts." After
he has had his say and tho visitors
begin their questions, he leans for
ward in his chair, and either answers
endorses tho Infamous ICsoh-Cum-
cr Writer Says Subway Would Be as
and consistently crowns its work by
nominating as candidate for reosi-
,dont a proven, atoady, wheel-home
politician, guaranteed to stand with
out ihltohlnv, wbo learned all tho pol
itics he ever iessoed In tho satisfac
tory and thoitigh school of Marcus
A. Hanna and Joseph d). Foraker.
"The Democratic bid Is more than
bold: It is Ibnuen. With mild reserva
tions, it not only claims a partixan
credit Which 'belongs to tho whole-l
Nation for tflffhtlng and winning the
war, but It declares It admlnlHtereu
the conduct of thut wur without the
Good as One of Island's Rides if It
Had Pictures on Walls.
"T"' Stue ot Liberty, the City Hall.
By Horace Mkisaon Wade,-
Eleven-Year-Old Boy Author, Who Is Wrltino His Impressions of New
York Etpoolally for The Evening World.
OPTittftt.' un, a? Tat rna ruMUaloi Co. (Tb Nrw Tots Cralai Wtrld).
Gosh! Gotham! O
I havo really begun to see It the
bulldlrur and cantonment construe
tlon ana nuraie plant appropriations
are still stalking through the land!"
Ho denounced the two old parties
and right and left wings of tho same
bird of prey.
SEEKS BACK RENT
Mayor llylan, and especially the sub
In the subway the men and
women don't seem ti care whether
they stand Or sit, cut all are
jammed in together, holding on to
ono slim pole, whilo round about aro
ON WAR LFASF twnty unoccupied scats. My, but I
thov only bad clotures painted on the
Court to Decide Whether Con- walls at the side It would be as good
frsrU TVrminnrili. if rW nf as the Ited Mill In Coney Island,
COtltllCt Arc in f-orCC. Lvltll juat a tinge of happlnebs,
Whether contracts made termlna,blo for the air was very bad.
by-the ending of the war are atlll In I made my way to tho Battery,
force is a point ralaad by a suit-filed In determined to try my luck at tho
RimMmit fmtft n. r Hit TYmVb Tl I ... .. ..
Arrili, riiin. or n..it. "V '. "www " BUWe of uuoeriy. iiero my
- ri tannot .answer that until It. has I 1,"
by the National
llardlmr Is Urged to Tot Dry Kane
Into Ills Bpecli.
' MAIUON, Ohio, July 10. While the
Anti-Saloon League'ls trying to force
Gov. Cox to take up the Prohibition
Issue ignored In both platforms, pres
sure In the same direction is being
exerted upon Benator Harding, his op
ponent In the Presidential race.
, J, Frank Hanly, former Governor
. cf Indiana and standard bearer ot
4he Prohibition Party in 1916, to-day
urgea senator naming to take a
aland for Prohibition In his accept'
ance ittetfu He stated after the
' conference that he asked for no com
mumem ana goi none, inai as a
1 Prohibitionist he would "find it dim
! colt to support Qov. Cox," and that
he hbped to be able to support Sena
I , As tor the Prohibition Party, It
j i former leader declared be did not be
1 1 lieve It should nominate a candidate.
He Mid be would not attend the con
ventlon of the party in Lincoln, Nab,
British trade Verms Accepted by
SPA, July 10 (Associated Press).
j Tas nossiab Soviet Government bai
i ftccepted all the condllloos laid down
by Premier Woyd Oeorso for a ic
t susistlon of trade relaUons u a re.
led mo tolook at.the Woolworth, and
after craning mv neck until I vrai
afraid it'd break oft, I let my com
by Itobtrt U,
U I., to col
icci, uk rsni on war lease irpm I , ,, ,ii t
Vrednrlc C. W.lcnlt- of IlnnhHI A r-n crniuntf ,nr ...w u -
VT K XT .... C,M.,
WalCott. who served aa one of the ponlon finish It lor me. Ana i www
"dollar-a-year" men durlnir the war. I Chicago was a city. Poohl
according: to the papera in the caie, re-1 Then I gased around for the coy
newed hit leaae upon Mr. Itoosevelt'a bootblacks, but after gazing every-
Waahtngton home at No. JOOJ Maata-1 whore I decided tbat Horatio Alger
cnuaeiis Avenue, norinwast, for one mde UD those boy bootblack stones,
year on October 1. 1918. There was a , ,v,. m.A. mv wv to tha Aqiiar-
PeVmUted 1070 1 W TaS for I
months' written notice at the cloae of Ing f.h to keep me laughing for a
th. tur. M,. w.irnii ihi. .mi., month. Lan nsn, lai iiou, "
In March, after tho armistice, and va- short fish. Whenever I feel sad I'll
cated the building In June. 191. lt ko in thora and como out a dlt
Suit Is now brought to collect I1.TS0. farent boy. Wby. that place would
tho rent for August. July and Bepu-m- .,n.u n mummy laugh.
ber. 1919. T ,jah . tha wharf In time
rtinnr IP -t t-i nnrx w . - .. .
OINUVY lO CLdAKtU nd away wo etartod. An cngusn
OF MURDER PLOT mttn on bwd l
me ana no v. ,w
iVAHTTTNOTriM Tniv inn.,inn-l Yankee: "Alt, my bauy, nne cnap,
that Chester A. Snow, seventy-slx An' I wondered wny you a,.
years old. wealthy patent lawyer could ngnt so wen.
of this cltv and New York. wnnM And he carefully adjusted ms eye
not stoon to a murder ronmlrnnv I rlasB for a better look at tb statue,
against his divorced wlfo, Judg? I could barely resist crying out aa th
Itobert Hard son has d sm ssed a I Ilirure of tho siaiuo pecaum uwtiu-
Federal warrant against the attorney, 1 culshable. "Vivo la Krancel" May
1.1m ...III. AI..III.. U . 1 fc'""WM ... , . .
5rria"Aid K our nag and their nag remain un
I furled toe-ether.
Of conspiracy against Mrs. Edna P. CLIMBING THE HEIGHTS OP
Acker ana ll. m. lanjaon. a chauf
feur. Jointly arraigned with Bnow.
Judg HardiBon termed (ha affair u
"frame.UD." and Ald bis verdict was I
a "common senst declswn.'I
came upon some dandy winding steps
tho dandy ought to have a question
mark after it. Wo walked up these,
and wo walked, walked, walked.- and
then we walked some more. At last I
grew so dirty I folt sura I would fall,
but then at the opportune moment tbe
end came In sight.
A second later I stumbled blindly
onto the madam's forehead. I stayci
hero for a moment and then 'felt UKo
crying out, "Patrick Henry said, 'Give
ma liberty or glvo me death' Franco
gavo us both."
By that I mean that it's death to go
up tho monument. I wish I oould
have toppled through the windows, it
would huve saved me wulking down
the sotpj. At last I left there fully
reaoiveu never to go Daoit aguin. Aai
then the worst part of It is that Just
then tna elevator started ruumnir,
vyeu, ii Happens in mo ocsi reguiu'.ca
Half an hour later I ascended tl.o
Btcps Into the City Hull and wii
given a kindly greeting by Maynn
Hylan. He's a bird of a chanl JuM
tno Kinu ot a companion I'd ilko
Uollioklng, boisterous, a regular hum
dinger ot a. scream.
tie nas SDarming blue eves, browr.
hair which shows signs .that .ne
summer harvest is withering, a finely
suapea lureiituu ana naae, a small
mustueho on his miner Un wh..-h
looks as though his eyebrows worj
combed the wrong way, a broad smile,
weight close on to 200 pounds this U
ni a own conicssion not my make-up
and Is very roly-poly.
Altogether, ho roaembtcs Banta
wiaus without -his board; lie
Christmas box for Now York;
taming macnine nas nothing on
Mayor Hylan. Ills tongue Just wig.
woggea, wig-waggea. an tno umo-
It wasn't silent a moment. He'd
make a fine old woman, he can talk
so muoh. All I could hedge in was
to ask why they had green automo
bile licenses, i tnought it might be
uocauso inis was an jnsn town,
Maybe the Irish run tha town.
Ho was very busy, so I left him
then. America ought to be honored
by Mayor Hylan: he's a true. Wood-J
citisen tnrougn ana tnrougn no
aoupt about, that.
men, aner eating luncn, i startea
for tho greatest of the great Coney
Island. Ono hour later I rolled Into
the' station and away w started. We
went on everything there, but the ona
I liked best was the Chute the Chutes.
Vow We struck tho water and then
for a moment I though I was flying,
liked this sport so much J went on
Then I went to the nlace where you
rode donkeys. I climbed up on one.
At last I Jumped out on land fol
lowed by a reporter for The Evening
World, and together wo went to tha
jilni.aw.im..we. wantrwtXUO. nrtXW ' .inw Kvnnl nUmi aUDhan naxued. ni . .rrfi. r tin nun r nnv u
Stenographer to Comptroller Van Valkenberg 8,000
Chief Lw and Adjustment Clerk Maurice lireen... 5,000
Legal Assistant Benjamin Shapiro 8,750
Ileal El t ate Appralter Walsh 6,000
flupervltlng Kxaminar Mclntyre ,OO0
Principal Asalatant Unrlneer , . (.500
Chief Accountant Macfnnes 8,000
Chief Auditor Havld Kemle C.U0
Collector City llevenue Moynahan 4,000
Receiver of Taxes William XX Hecht 5,000
Deputy Receiver of Taxes Prank II, Norton 4,000
Deputy Receiver of Taxes 4,000
Deputy Revolver or Taxes Anthony Moore 2,700
Collector Assessment and Arrears Andrews 3,600
Chief Stock nrul llnnd Clrrk Alhert C. Hour 4.140
with conspiracy. Claudo Stephens, i Examiner of Accoants and Inst Thomas W. Hepnes. 6,000
Kis Wm( efffli Ktrpt onrt MnrrU I eareai jacaminer joiepn h. uyrne e.uuu
ino. oi west S6ui utreet, ana Nornai nnn iny,A n iunin m ntk.r nnn
Qlnsburg of Fallsburg. N. Y., ar (ho Accountant Uuatavus Oabrtel , 3.500
nttiftr twn nmhni nt iha nrro.tnil ' S"11 Clan William U. lXra.... Z.VUU
oiner two members oi tne arrcstoa statistician Anth ony Hctlls Jr. 2,640
trln I nt(A fU.I it.. v tr . 7 a tnn
Clerk John Korb , 3.600
v.iera viuequne is.ener. s.vuu
Deputy Chamberlain Charles Sweeney $3,000
Secretary John J. Martin 2.500
Iiookkeeper Charles W. Dlckerson 3,000
Rookkeeper Andew J. Qalllgan 3,000
Warrant Clerk Henry J, Walah .. 4,000
Assistant Corporation Counsel Charles Olcndorf.... $10,000
Assistant Corporation Counsel Oeorge Nlcnolnon.... 10,000
Assistant Corporation Counsel William H. Carawcll.. 8,500
Six Assistant Corporation Counsel at 7,600 45,000
Two Assistant Corporation Counsel at S7.000 14,000
Four Assistant Corporation Counsel 'at $6,500 36,000
Seven Assistant Corporation Counsel at $6,000 42,000
DEPARTMENT OF MARKETS.
Deputy Commissioner $6,000
Secretary to Department William D. J. McCarthy... 3,500
Secretary to Commissioner Thomas F. McXJrath 2,609
General Inspector Charles A. Winter 3,000
Deputy Commissioner Blanche W, Wclimlllor 6,000
ueputy commissioner Samuel uucmer t,vuv
Dpputy Commissioner 5,000
LEARN OF DEATH
BROOKLYN PARK DEPARTMENT.
Secretary to Commissioner William H. Muldoon $2,760
QUEENS PARK DEPARTMENT.
Secretary to Commissioner Bernard M. Patten $3,160
Deputy Commissioners John A. Leach, William J,
Lahey, Joseph Faurot, John Daly, lSUen O'Grady,
at $6,000 $30,000
Secretary to Deputy William Oillcsple 3,300
Secretary to Commissioner Felix P. Nlcklas 4.000
Secretaries Jto Deputy Commlysloner Charles Hunt.
Oeorge McNulty, Stephen lludd, V. IreneWafer. at
Chief Clerk Roger K Walsh 3,60V
Deputy Clerk Grant Crabtreo 3,500
Deputy Clerk Andrew Evans 3.000
Bookkeeper Edward Healey .1,500
Bookkeeper George Hawthorn 3,000
Chief Surgeon Patrick Murray 6,000
COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS.
Deputy Commissioner Henry II. Klein $5,000
Deputy Commissioner Wood Loudoun 5,000
Examiner of Accounts James ilcGlnley 4.740
Examiner of Accounts l'orter F. Atlee 3,600
Examiner ot Accounts William O. Dvmidlon 8,600
Examiner of Accounts utrt jh. t-oie.... j,u
Examiner of Accounts Loula D. Hubon 3.060
Examiner of Accounts James II, Qulnn...., 3.000
I urced him on so much and shim
mled. The next thing I knew he had
knooked mo oft his back and on to tbe
It's "keep off tho grass" for you,
Jimmy Cox, unless you can tame the
Democratic donhey. i was so exas
perated and mad at the donkey that
I felt ilko sending mm 10 tno muie's
heaven, wherever that Is, but I never
got on him again. I let him walk the
rest of the way DacK.
At 8 o'clock we started back, after
had won a box of marshme'.low
creams, but on tho lovel, now, I do
believe It was a nice sort of a day
after all. don't youT
And In conclusion I must ten you
my bill of fare, for all boys must eat:
An oyster cocktail, half a cantaloupe,
half a spring cnicnen, masnea pota
toes, deviled crab, cream puffs, but
termilk, Ice cream soda, nut sundae,
sour pickles, ham sandwiches, Irish
stew (In honor of Now York); Ico tea.
ohecse orackers and a large piece of
I did want a glass of root beor but
Honey" olwayB warned me ro bo
enreful of my diet. And I know, ltko
'Doug" Fairbanks, that little devils
are going to dance on my siomacn to-nlghL
(Continued From First Page.)
the Bellovuo morgue for ten days,
John Connell. chief clerk of tho Pub- Sf""" T,,nE "im v! ijivVer. 3.000
iiu Auiuuiiifiruiurii umce, wnu u , Examiner ox Accounts .vwv
charge ot tho case, Issued an order, I FIRE DEPARTMENT.
mowM Vul'am .V, h.eV,. ' Deputy Commissioner John Hannon 15.000
thorlty to bury tho body. 'After th commissioner William F. Thompson., 6.000
burial, Dargeon submitted a bill to B;ZTefarj to Department James A. Mackey 3,600
the Administrator for $225, to cover secretary to Commissioner Alois J. Keogh 3,600
tho costs of Ahe funeral. I Kmminer of Accounts Hubert U Tracey 3,600
Meanwhile, the Insurance company, Clerk Peter J. Qulgley - 3'??A
whilo endeavoring to establish tho (Chief Bureau Fire Prevention, Dr. Doyle 6,000
whereabouts oi tho beneficiary, lo-1 Deputy i.niet bwarioui rnnn
cuted Mrs. Lvons and informed her. Chief Firo. Marshal Thomas Brophy..... W00
ricnntv nhief laro iiarsnui jonn i: rriai o.ouu
1 WOMEN, 5 MEN
HELD AS GAMBLERS
Police Raid Apartment on Upper
West Side on Tip of.
Eleven women and five men will ba
arralgnod In West Side Court to-day
as the result of a raid by four detec
tives on the apartment of Otto Oub
ncr and his wlfo at No. 2S7 West
107th Street last night.
Tho Qubners r:o charged with
kcoplng and maintaining a gambling
house, and the others with disorderly
The police had been tipped by a
woman, who telephoned, Just before
tha raid, that she had lost $500 in a
came of cards in a club at that ad
dress, and that sho was forcod to
glvo her Jewels to the value ot $500
as seourlty. She said that to alt In
this gamo It was necessary to buy
chins for at least ixu.
Tbe police connscated chips, earns
Mother Says Children Abandoned
Abandoned, she claimed, by a son and
dauxhtrr who left her stranded here
while they set out to rejoin ber other
children at Johannesburg, South Africa,
r, ueiei uaviuson, ruiy, widow, was
committed to Riverside Hospital, North
Brother Island, by Magistrate Simpson
In Centre Btrect Court to-dav. Tha
widow, who u a British subject, nas no
noma, ins jowisn ivcjki oocimy is in
Indiana Millionaire Diss.
UVANSVHiLB, Ind.. July 10. Allea
a ray, iSvaaavllle's wtalthlost citisen.
who recently was sued for $500,090 by
Amy O'Connor. "Irish Rose" ot London.
jJSnjl&na, for breach ot riromtse at In
cuted Mrs. Lyons and informed her
that uargcon held a bill of $225
against the estate. It was then that
Mrs. Lyons learned where her slstoi
had been buried. She at onco com
municated with the Public Adminis
trator's office and unearthed tho de
tails of tho case, and demanded that
her sister's body be exhumed and re
moved to the family plot at Calvary
Chief Clerk Connell. accordlne to
Mrs. Lyons, said, ''Well, If you want
it transferred, why don't you let
Dargeon do it for you?" Mrs. Lyons
also states thnt when she asked Con
nell why ho had not advertised her
sister's death, ho replied that notjeo
had been inserted In the "Law Journal."
Dargeon'a bill for the burial con
tains the following Items: "For gray
covered casket, satin lined and trim
med, silver handlos, mlver engraved
name-plate, $130; furnishings, $3; robe.
$15: embalming and preparing body.
:o," wneu me ooay was exnumea
at the Mount Olivet Cemetery yes
terday for transfer and identification,
It was careful y examined by John
Vaughan, undertaker, of JJo. 441 West
61st Street, who found that the 'body
had not been embalmed.
Tho casket did not nave "rilrer
handles," In fact, ltwas not equipped
with handles ot any sort. While Mr.
Vaughan declined t discuss the va
rious Items or the mil for prareasionai
reasons, he said that he was ap
palled at the condition ot the body
when exhumed. Mrs. Laute Tind been
burled just as sne was attirca wnen
found dead In her room, with' the ex
ception of n small shroud vhleh cov
ered the uppur pan oi nor txmy cniy.
This was evidently tho $15 "robo"
mentioned on tho bill. After the Iden
tification had been maao ny jurs.
Lvons. tha body was transferred to
Mrs. Lyons announcea ycsicraay,
after the body had been examined by
Mr. Vaughan, that she would engage
counsel at once to bring a civil ac
tion against the nrm of uargeon, inc.,
and rbat sho would endeavor to placo
the blame for tho affair. William J.
Pargeon refused last night to com
ment on the case,
BRITISH LAND TROOPS.
Assistant Electrical Engineer Charles Songer ...... . 3,600
Assistant Electrical Engineer vaienune rmuriui... ,ow
BOARD OF STANDARDS AND APPEALS.
Secretary James A. McMahon $4,500
First Deputy Commissioner Stephen Nugent $6,000
a,.nr,rf rwnutv Commissioner Patrick J. C&rlln 5,000
Third Deputy Commissioner 6,000
General Medical Superintendent John F. Fitzgerald.. 6.500
Departmental Secretary J. McKee Borden 3.600
Chief Engineer jonn J. iierncn Vtrj.
Assistant Engineer Louis Ortner 3,500
Purchasing Agent Samuel Bernstein 2,50
Director of Investigations Victor Dodworth 4,000
Chief Investigator Frederick Bower 2,940
BELLEVUE AND ALLIED HOSPITAL,
Secretary to President Edward J. HalUgan $3,0G0
Clerk of Trustees ..., .. 3,000
General Superintendent George A, Henlon V6'i??!?
-hlf Clerk Coorco A. White 3 240
DEPARTMENT WATBR SUPPLY, GAS AND ELECTRICITYt
nnnutv Commissioner John J. Dietl 6,000
Deputy Commissioner 6,600
secretary to Commissioner cnanes A. whilo. .
Secretary to Department William F. Donoghue
Uencrut luspector Maurice De Young
nwv Thomas M. Murnhy i
Clerk Lawrence F. McCann
Turkish Tom ii Oeenpled After
iJtUDANTA, Asia Minor, July 10
Associated Press). The British
have oeeunled Mudanla after throw
lng a few shells m nuuaings wnion
sheltered Nationalist besde tho
Several British bluejackets were
mi and it Is estimated forty Na
.lAn.H.t wore killed by shens fired
Into the bands retreating toward the
Drowns in CatslilH Creek,
CAT8BILU If. T., July 10,Mlss
nvalvn Rich, nineteen, a substitute
iftAr.her at Woodcllft on the Hudson. N
Y. and who lived t No. 331 Mlh atrpat,
New York CltV was drowned late
Thursday In oneof the deep pools in
sflu I-ydU Murrr TasxgrsiH Dnarnged
Mr. and Mrs. dareneo 15. Winurns
of "Druldream," Bhort llllis, N. JtfTbava.
announced the engagement of'fthelr
daughtpr.kroi .BVt. K')
Deouty Commissioner Aiuert u. idoomau
Deputy Commissioner James Butler. .
nnnutv Commissioner James L. Vail
Secretary to Commissioner W.'OO
General Superintendent Alfred Taylor. .. ... . i. ...... 4.100
Assistant uenorai cuierniivwc"i. r.;-
Confldentlal Inspector. .............. 2,500
Deputy Commissioner Frank A. Eschmann 5,000
Ohfef Clerk John J. O'Brien............. 4,100
Examining Engineer Elmer C Goodwin 3.500
Chief Bookkeeper Josoph B- McCann... 3,600
Suiwrintendent Final Disposal Edward P. Green.... 3.200
Deputy Commissioner james j. nuseni
Deputy Commissioner James W. Brown 5,ft00
Donuty Commissioner Michael Laura..,. 6,000
' CORRECTION DEPARTMENT.
Deputy Commissioner William Dalton $5,500
Secretary Robert L. Tudor r 3,500
Warden Peter Mellon
rrWate Secretary Mrs. Mary Murtha....... .. - 2.750
SuDerlntendelit of Reformatory Sidney Brewster.... 3.480
Deputy Commissioner Michael Cosgrove $6,000
Deputy Commissioner Henry A. Mercer. .000
Secretary to Department Head John N. O'Connell.. 3,600
Secretary to Commissioner John T. Egan 3,000
Conndentlal Inspector Charles Dclanty 3.240
feWSiS? anapAudtof' joim t-iv.v:.v:::::: i'g
ChiW EnjrtneVr TrauBOtt'Keller 6.000
AVslStant. Englnser Joel Pemoff . . 6,000
Us stSnt Engineer Francis J. O'Keefe 3,600
Chief. Clerk FranK ""vfr ... ;;' 'ftfi
KiW Chlaf Clerk WJlUam v. Deianey a.ju
gkTef Probation "oScV Eiwln" X CoolVy.':::: Wo
Accountant Edward J UcPiKe
Editor William Viertel
OPENING STOCK PRIDES.
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The tindertlgned will pay
$1,000 for -body of James II.
Dlakc, age 49, believed to have
been drowned July 2. Last
seen near Closon Point, Bronx,
1 alone in fcurteen foot dory.
Charles W. Whittlesey,
Attorney at Law
2 Rector Street,
New York City.
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