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STATE OF WAR, SAYS JUDGE To-Nlghf. Weather FAIR. To-Morrow'e Weather FAIR COOLER. WALL STREET! ffffTHJI rai in. hi i m i m m m m k vaa CLOSING S5BH r - CHICAGO IN WALL STREET JlNXL M EDI TION VOL. LXII. NO. 22,046 Davison TRANSIT (HION'S PLAN TO END TRAFFIC CONGESTION PROVIDES SEVEN NEWROUTES 1 . vvm i.i,uu KJttii. jltxxjlvo JX X.KJ Li ailU 84 1-5 Miles of Track by Subway, Tunnel and Moving Sidewalks and Will Cost $218,000,000. Seven neve rapid tnunit routes, planned to relievo tho overcrowded traffic now carried on existing jub way and clovated lines .n Greater ow York, ore officially announced to-day for the first tlmo by the Tran sit Commission. The proposed new lines will add thirty-two and one-half miles of routo and eighty-four and nnn.flth mite nt trnfk to xlstlnc lines. The cstlmatod cose or uie now construction In tound num bers JIN.000,000. Added, to this for ,eajjntjrJjB and .adnSSjlstratlu? costs aanns mo construction is uuuui iH, 000,000, making tho total ost of tho lines when completed about J21S, 000,000. The proposed new lines aro: 1. Corona extension from Corona to Flushing. S. i2d Stree crosstown moving 3. Staten Island tunnel from Fourth Avenue subway to Rosebank. i. B. R. T. extension of Broadway- Seventh Avenuo line from Columbus Circle via Central Park West to 110th Street to tho Polo Grounds via 7th Avenue. 5. Brooklyn crosstown subway from Quecnsboro Plaza to Brighton Beaoh lino at Franklin Avenue and Fulton 6. Subway under East River from Fulton Street "L" to City Hall, Man hattan. 7. West sldo subway from lower Manhattan to Washington Heights, via Hudson Street, 8th Avenue, Am sterdam Avenuo and Fort Washing ton Avenue to 181st Streot. Not u new lino of rapid transit has been provided In this city slnco 1913 and some of tbd work contracted for under the dual contracts of that year has not yet been finished, although the rapid transit lines last year car rled twice as many passengers as were carried on the original rapid transit ; lines. To relieve this situation, public hearings on the proposed new routes will be held by tho Transit Comrals slon before any disposition Is mado 6t tho present problem of unifying the whole traction system of tho city. 8omo of tho details of the proposed new routes are: FLUSHING-CORONA ROUTE. Tha lino to Flushing will run as a a. a i i 4 Tl ..-1. (Continued on Fourteenth Page.) ' Sunday World Real Estate Advertisements MUST HE IN'THll World Office On or Before Friday To Insure Proper Classification i 1 Otdtr Sunday World Classified AdvrrUsing To-Day The World DAILY. Copjrisht (New roblltblBg Will Former, Weighs sti at 170 Pounds;-"The Kid" Scales Only 157. r-r LONDON, May 11. Georges Car penticr and Ted (Kid) Lewis weighed In at tho Olympia this afternoon pre llmlnary to their twenty-round battle for the light heavyweight champion ship. Carpentler weighed 175 pounds and Lewis 157. Tho betting was still 3 to 1 on Car pentler. Tho famous ring on Blackfriar's Road, which from time immemorial has been a sort of pugilistic kinder garten In which , many champions have been hammered into belt-wtn-nlng form, was jammed, with largo overflows I ntho surrounding streets, when tho two lighters arrived. Georges, with his 'human shadow. Descamps, was tho first to enter. The champion was cheered by the onlook ers, but the cheering and whistling accorded to Lewis as he entered was considerably more enthuslastlo and cordial. Lewis doffed his hat and over coat. Ho pulled tho beam at 157 pounds. Descamps gesticulated in momen tary conversation with the officials, after which Georges appeared at the scales In a long overcoat. An official shouted: "Tho scales are set at 12 stone 7 pounds (175 pounds), which Is the limit." Carpentler then threw oft his coat and hopped onto the platform. The beam flew up and then gradually set tled to a balance Tho crowd cheered. Georges shrugged his shoulders, smiled and then posed for photogra phers. Lewis's mother and his younger brother arrived from New York to. day to be at the ringside during the "Kid's" most momentous battle. IIE.VT KILLS WOMAN IW ST. PACL. ST. PAUL. May 11, One death from heat yesterday was reported here to-day. The temperature reached 86 degree. The victim, an unidentified woman, died on a street ctr. CARPENTIER3T0 AGAINST LEWIS IN B16FIGHTT0-NIGHT Jimmie, of Masonic Show, Calte on Mayor With His Pal Ovang-Outang Is Constant Companion of Little Miss June Shaw. Jlmxnle, tho slxteen-months-old orang-outang being featured nt the Masonic Show in Madison Square Garden, vlBlted City Hall to-day and mado an official call on Mayor,Hylan. Jimmlo saluted the Mayor and shook hands, aftir vrhloh bt mumbled "Circulation Books Open to All," Vrk World) by Cttn Company, 1023. Leaves E Action Follows Their Defiance of Prosecutor's Order to Cancel the Increase. MORE PROTESTS MADE. Queens President Wants O'Brien to Bring Action for Removal of Receivers. Warrants for the arrest of the two receivers of the Steinway Lines in Queens will be asked for this after noon by District Attorney Wallace as a result of the receivers' refusal to obey an order issued by him to re store tho E-cent fare. Slaughter W. Huff, President of the Third Avenuo .Railroad Company, and Robert C. Lt6. receivers), tli otJsb their attorney, A. T. D.-ivisoh, citJflor lo-dny told Sir. Wallace they would not rescind their lO-ccnt fare, "car ahead" order( which went Into ffect at 2 A. M. yesterday. Mr. Wallace had warned them that if tho old through cars from Manhattan to Col lege Point, for a G-ccnt faro, wero not run by noon ho would summon tho receivers Into court. After conferring with tho receivers and their attorney, which resulted In their determination not to obey the District Attorney, Mr. Wallace issued the following statement: "I win, this afternoon, file a com plaint in tho First District Magis trates' Court made by Kdward T. Hutchinson, Supervising Transit In spector of the Transit Commission, charging tho receivers of tho Stein way lines with a violation of Section No. 29 of the Public Service Commis sion Laws in the establishment of certain rates for transit, and I will tako Immediate action on this com plaint." Shortly before this order was Issued Borough President Connolly asked Corporation Counsel O'Brien to com menco an action beforo Supreme Court Justice Coliaghan for the ro moval of the receivers. Mr. Connolly demanded this on the charge that the receivers had committed an illegal act. He also declared that tho Now York and Queens owed the city large amounts of money for paving done by the dty within tho railroad area on the company's lines, thus making the city a party to all actions In court. District Attorney Wallaco acted on tho request of the Transit Commls slon to enforco tho penalizing clauses of the new Public Service JJommls slon act for failure to obey Commis sion orders. The receivers cut the Queens line In two at Woodsldc, re duced service, compelled passengers to change cars and also inaugurated a second fare all over tho disapproval of tho Commission. One of the Com ralssioners declared that the State's authority would be enforced oven were It necessary to call out the militia. 1-assengers to-day continued to pay the second fares with Increased pro- test, but they refused to do anything which might Jeopardize tho city and the Commission In their court fights. Little hope was expressed for relief trora this source, however. something interpreted to mean that ho was Introducing four-year-old June Shaw, tils constant companion Jlmmle's southpaw Is usually about June's neck. Juno, is tho child of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. haw, ownors of tho almlan. The excitement of meeting a Mayor must have been too much for Jltnmlc, for after It was all over ho fell asleep In June's arms, Some ono suggested that tho Mayor have his picture taken with .llmmlo. Ho smilingly declined, but did agree WARRANTS ASKED FOR RECOVERS FOR BOOSTING CAR FAR to bo photographed with June. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1922. Entire DAVISON ESTATE 10 WIDOW IN TRUST : $4,500,000 GOES TO ELDEST SON Other Children Shure Equally in Remainder of Trust Total Value of Estate Not Given. No Provision for Sisters. Previously Taken Care Of, or for Household Servants Several Small Bequests. The will of Henry P. Davison was filed for probate with tho Surrogate of Nassau County at Mlneola to-day. The value of th eestate Is not given, but tho will provides for one bequest of 11,300,000 to, Mr. Davison's icldcst son, F. Trubeo Davison. The will in full was as follows:-' The will disposes of an estate of about $5, 000,000, It was said at the office of White and Case, No, 14 Wall Street, Manhattan. Gcorgo Case, of tlmt firm, was In chargo of tho filing of tho will. In a statement, Mr. Case said: "Mr. Davison has made provision otherwise for his sister, Mary Davison Lo liraz, and for his wife's sister. Allco Trubee Sallmon; hence there is no bequest to either of them under tho will. The bulk of the estate is placed In trust for the benefit of Mrs. Davison Upon her death Mr. Davison's eldest son, Frederick Trubeo Davison, la bo qeuathed $4,500,000. The balance of tho trust fund Is to bo distributed in equal shares among Mr. Davison's other children, Harry P. Davison Jr., Allco Davison Gates and Frances Pom- eroy Davison." "I, Henry P. Davison, of Locust Valley, Nassau County, New York, do hereby make, publish and declaro this Instrument as and for my last will and tcstnment, hereby revoking all other and former wills and codicils by mo at any tlmo heretofore made. "First: I direct that all my debts, funeral and testamentary charges shall bo paid as soon after my decease as may conveniently be done. "I also direct that all succession or inheritance taxes which may be levied or assessed against my estate and the legacies, llfo estate and de vises hereinafter set forth shall be paid out of my residuary estate. "Second: I glvo and bequeath to my wife, Kate Trubeo Davison, all of my personal effects and Jewelry, wherever located, and also tho house hold furniture and pictures, works of art, silver, ornaments, brio a brae and supplies, which are located on tho premises known as No. 690 Park Avenuo, Borough of Manhattan, City of New York, for her own use, abso lutely and forever. i aiso give ana bequeath to my Continued on Twenty-fourth Page.) NURSE ATTACKED AS SHE IS CARING FOR KIDDIES Montolnir. N. J.. Police Mrnrrh For Aaaallnnt. A nurse maid employed by Rudolph It. Compton of No. 41 Norman Hoad. Upper Montclulr, N. J., was attacked by a man near tho rcsorvolr at Cedar Grovo late yesterday. While gathering flowers with Compton's five-year-old son and the llttlo boy's playmates, the nuree maid, whose name was. withheld by the ponce, was attncKrd ! n man whe Jumped out of soma bushes. The nurr an nttrnpttt vnu..- n .. I v . ., , ties, declined to glvo any account of her cipi-rienco io reporters to-aay. Tho Htato Police and the Montclulr poll co are searching for the man In Cedar Grove. Estate AT HER DEATH E CONFESSES THEFT Of Tips Sum $440,000 Has Been Recovered Two Others Arrested. Tho theft of 500.000 in Liberty bonds from, tho Chose National 'Bank April 17, 6 Which the, bank made a great myttbry for a time, has been altogether explained by tho complete confession. Imado to Detective. LloutSi GroyrjfC. Brown and August Mayer toiday by Arthur Chose., watchman in . . ..... tho Registered mall room of the' bank who was arrested while on duty last evening. Tho arrest of Chasa followed the receipt of telegrams by Inspector John Coughlln from Savannah; Ga., that John W. Vardeman, a former employee of tho bank, had been ar rested thero with his wlfo, Fern Hollls, a minor opera singer, and that $440,000 of tho stolen bonds wero in a safe deposit box In St, iVugustlnc, Fla. Chase, tho watchman, Interested tho detectives at Headquarters because of his variation from tho ordinary typo of criminal with whom they have to deal. Ho is a cowpuncher from Ari zona, has been a fur trapper In Alaska. served tn tho army In tho Phtllpp nos and fought In tho 151st Fiold Artlllory In tho A. IS. F. with distinction. He calmly refused to make any confes slon at first, because he said It would Invplvo a woman, and that was no part of a real man's gamo." The detectives understood he meant Mrs. Vardeman, whoso photographs In several poses wero found In his room. On the back of ono was writ ten "una dlablo (Spanish for "one devil") and on the other, "A minute with the woman you lovo Is worth an ctemlty." Chase lived with the (Continued on Fifth Page.) Calls It Cruel When Husband Banned Movies But He Came Home Drunk Every Saturday, Wife Says in Suit. Failure to take his wife to the "movies" for five years was alleged as cruel and inhuman treatment tn tho complaint against Chester IS. Mead, an employee of the New York Tele- phone Company, living at No. 16 Lo cust Hill Avenue, Yonkers, by Mrs. Hattle V. Mead, in her suit for scp nrutlon nt White Plains. Mead said he Is Jn dcllcato health and nearly fifty years old, und in unsw ' to his wife's charge that h p.ild her only SlO a week for house hold expenses, o said that when ho won married to her In 1907 ho was making only 19 a week, but now makinc S34 a week. We gives her $10 ,i week Mrs Mead also alleged thut her tmxKui'' litis made It a practice for th,. pj-t five months to come home dp.nk every Saturday night. Supreme Court Jw.stlca Morschauscr allowed Mrs. Mrad $15 h week alimony, and $130 counsel tecs, pending the trial. CHAS BANK GUARD OF $500,000 BONDS I "Circulation Books Open linterrd Srcond-Clnm MkIIt Otfloe, New YetW. N. Y. in Trust for AGED WOMEN DIES 3 E Engines too Late to Save Mrs. Supple, Recover Body With Water Curtain. GIRL RESCUES HERSELF. Children, Trapped in Smoke Filled Room, Carried Down Ladders. Mrs. Surah Supples, slxty-flvo, was burned to death at B.30 A. M. to-day In a fire that swopt through tho homo of her son. In-law, Harry Perry, Dem ocratic leader of the 2d Assembly Dis trict and Clerk In tjie 2d District Court, at No. 333 Broomo Street, near the Bowery.. Her daughter, Mrs. Perry, was se verely burned In a herolo attempt to save her, and the. Perry umlly pet. Major, a bulldog, loit h,ls llfo In alarming the household. Firemen made spectacular rescues of three of tho Perry' children nnd of Dennis Sullivan, fifty-five, a rclatlvo of the lato "Big Tim" and a member of the Ferry hbusehold. Tho horror .of her cxpcrlonco made Mrs. Perry temporarily deranged, and when she saw tho body of her mother policemen had to hold her down In tho street until an ambulanco camo. Tho Perry homo is three stories and basement. Ho and his wlfo and Sulli van have rooms on tho third floor. Mrs. Supples and her six grandchil dren slept on tho second floor. It was Mrs. Supples's custom every morning, desplto tho objection of her daughter and son-in-law, to go to tho kitchen In the basement and get breakfast started! Major, tho dog, always accompanied her. For several days painters had been redecorating tho house, and thoro was much inflammable material nbout. It Is beliovcd Mrs. Supples dropped a lighted match and set flro to somo of It. Major heard her scream and saw tho Are, and ran barking up tho stairs. After ho had mado ono or two trips through the halls ho nroused Mr. and Mrs. Perry, then ran tack Into the basement, whero his charred body was found later near that of Mrs. Supples. When Mr. Perry opened his door to learn .the cause of the dog's ex citement he found tho. halls tilled with Btnoke. Ho ran down to tho second floor nnd seized Juek, seventeen. Charles, thirteen, ami Isabel, seven. He thought hla wife and Sullivan would bring down, tho other three. But when ho reached tho lower hall way his wlfo rushed past him toward the basement. In the mean tlmo Po licemen Michael Fusclgllone and Jo seph McTlernan of tho Clinton Street Station had heard tho dog and the screams and saw tho smoke. They knew Mrs. Supples was usually In tho basement at that hour, and tried to get In but tho flames drovo them lack. Just as they forced In tho front door upstairs, Mr. Perry camo down with tho children and Mrs. Perry (Continued on Fifth Pugs'.) MASKED BANDITS FAIL TO GET $100,000 LIQUOR film Ilnttle on. Unfati- "f L'lmrlra W. Mayer, . Y. StcninM Mitn. STOCKUniDGK, MaHH.. Muy 11- Maaked bandits who broke Into tho summer mansion of Cliailex Y. Mayer. Now York steamship magnuto, eaily to day wero foiled In an attempt in steal choice liquors valued nt $100,000. One of tho bandits Is believed wound cd In a gun battlo following their ills covery by William Haivr. rairtnker of tho estate. TIIK WOttLD TltAM'.t. tllKIUl. A r rude, rulltzer IWml.1i Ituitillns. flj.fl.l Turk How, N, V. City. T"leiion Uciknmn 40X). Check room (or bagrtfto anit tmrceU open dy and nlrlit. Money nnttra and travtucn cnecu for !. Aim. GRANDCHILDREN RESCUED IN FIR to All." HIS OF HABEAS CORPUS ARE DENIED; REFUSE TO . RELEASE LABOR LEADERS E .S. CLOTHING INDUSTRY $1,000,000 Co-Operative Company Planned With Permission of Lenine. CHICAGO, tay ,ll.--Peratlon of all Soviet and textile factories in Russia will be ttirnod over to an Amm-lrjvn workers' society, to bo known as the American-Russian Trade Industrial Workers' Associa Hon, with a capitalization of not less than a million dollars. This tfas announced to-day at tho biennial convention of the 'Amalga mated Clothing Workers of 'America It was announced at ,tho session to day that tho concession for the pur poso hud been granted by Lenin. When tho announcement of tho con cession was mudn by President Sidney Htllman tho convention voted, amid groat enthusiasm, to authorize its officers to form tho compnny, mnuo an appropriation of $10,000 to defray Initial expenses nnd voted the pur chnso of $60,000 worth of stock for tho union. Ten dollar shares will ho sold to workers and others Interested In restoring Russian economic life, It was said. , Tho enterprlso Is to bo co-operative, with nil earnings over 10 per cent applying to the extension of tho proj ect. Tho necessary factories, equip ment nnd raw materials will bo fur mslicd by tho Soviet (lovornmcnt, and tho capital und technical skill Is to bo supplied by the American company. Control of tho management will be vested In a central board on which loth parties wilt bo equally repro scnted. While In Russia last summer, Mr, Hillman discussed the project with Nlcolal Lenin nnd said to-day ho was satisfied with Its practicability and usefulness. In tho ndustrial ro- vlvul of Russia lies tho economic to construction of Kurope, Mr. Hillman said, declaring it wus "a sad com ineritary on tho supine attitude of or ganlzcd labor In this and other coun tries that it has not already taken the lend in tho economic reconstruction of Russia. "No more fitting activity for work- Ingmen and women can bo conceived than that they lend their moral and material rcbources to tho moro hun gered millions of Russia who so re cently crawled from under tho heel of uutocracy and oppression nnd emerged a free people," said Mr. Hillman. BOY SAVES WOMAN ON SUBWAY TRACK AS TRAIN COMES Student Rush Hour Hero When Mrs. Peto, 07, Falls Off Platform. Mrs. Mary Peto, slxty;soven, leaned towaid tho northbound express track of tho Union Squaro subway station last night to seo If a train was In sight. Sho lost her balunco and fell Just as tho roar of tho train was heard. RS FROM U TO RUN RUSSIA'S Hundreds of people in tho rush hour crowd stood helpless. Cries of fright camo from women. Louis Strakes, seventeen, of No. 301 West 20th Street, u student In Commercial High School, Brooklyn, Jumped to tho track. Waiting passengers helped him lift her to the platform and as Louis himself gained It, tho train stopped Juit a few feet from htm. Mrs. Poto, cut on the forehead, was sent to Bellovuo after treatment by Dr. Frank. 1 PRICE THREE CENTS Widow Jurist Agrees With Prosecutor- That Murders and Bombings May Be Renewed if Pris oners Are Freed. 400 Union Heads, Including Women, Rounded Up Aften Two Policemen Are Killed- Pistols Found in Safe. CHICAGO, May 11. Declaring that ho agreed with the contention made by the police that "Chicago is tn state of warfare,". Judge Klnkhom Scanlon to-day refused to Issue -writ, of habeas corpus releasing Cornelius Shea nnd John Lafforty, labor leaders. ; arrested In connection with the kllllns. of two policemen yesterday mornlnT during a serios of labor bombings. Ve told tho police these two, men could' be held at least until Saturday. Tho cases of Shea and Laffert wero the' first to come up, and Judge.' Scanlon took only a few minutes to. rulo on them. About a dozen othei applications for writs of liabenn' corpus' wero up before other Judges. Shcn, .an ex-convlct who oncei Bcrved a term In Sing Sing, 1b head of ono clement of the Teamsters' Union. Lnffcrty Is a lieutenant of "Big Tim" Murphy, known ns Chicago's labot . czar, who also was arrested. Ocorgo Gorman, Assistant State's Attorney, In opposing writs of habeas corpus for tho men, stated that "Chi cago Is In a state of warfare and to release these men will only mean moro murders, moro bombings and moro violence." Judge Scanlon interrupted by tell- tng Mr. Gorman that he agreed "about tho warfare" and denied the writs. At the same tlmo Judge Joseph David In effect refused to release "bit Tim" Murphy nnd Fred Mader, tin latter an cx-cnnvlct nnd head of tht Dulldlng Trades Unions. Judgo Da vld refused to hear the pleas, post- ponlng tho caso until to-morrow nt the request of the police. Tho detectlvo bureau and city Jails woro crowded to-day with 400 laborj loaders and others held In connection t ' with tho murders. Two men have been ' pointed out us resembling men In the uutomobllo from which shots which killed Torrance Lyons, uctlng llou tenant, wero fired. Howards totallta $20,000 have been offered for the ar rest of the slayers All law enforcement organizations tn the city are united tn what police term "a right to the finish with organized labor." Moro than 100 labor leaders. Including "Big" Tim Murphy; Corn , llus Shea and Fred Mader. President of the Building Trades Council, are. among those under arrest. Raids on labor headquarters brought in labor bosses by the score yesterday. Tho two partly Identified as the slayers arc, pollco say, Isadora Brav ermnn. twenty-eight, 'and Max Glass. . thirty-three. Braverman is said to have fired the shots from an uutomobllo when Lieut, Lyons was killed and' ho was pointed out by James A. McClcllan und Fred- -ericl; Blank, patrolmen, who wcra In tho cur with Lyons when he was shot to death and when Albert Moeller, patrolman, was seriously Injured. The Identification Is not positive as Braver m.tns family has advanced an alibi for him. Glass, who Is a member of the Gla ziers' Union, was arrested In a raid on union headquarters and was point ed out by a man who said he was an cye-wltness as, the slayer oi Thomas it .1 3!