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THE EVOKING WORLD, JT.IDAY, MAY 26, 1922.
eciitcd to bo hold ns nn honorablo sixty feet to the front door of the way of showing his willingness to jau, mo eiicriu on ono oiuo, uuumj ....... ..... i.i.l i... i.. i..t nnilnn thn other. Iho neWMnancr contln- aia tno nuiiionucn, uui u n" - -- --- - - 111 (IT B vr iliald the authorities, bin no nau not ULU UIIL. Ill ULH( t JPr-Vitntcndcd to bo deprived of his lib- cent In the rear. Word pounded on wuw I win- " C t K . . 7.7. -in I tlm ,irnp nnil (nlnnt In the lllUCh when I E IN SENATE Unveiling Tablet to Employees Of Health Department in War i tain .. 11 'r'' Mr.- Co U 'limited o ( It p,,,aso of -Cannot tli same. Justlco Young snld lie thought the 1 i .i. i,ni hlalnrv of tho wnru away 10 a com, uui wu. iu mi. i.' ; ; I Wrdv of Uaywh chcc . Tho ortlclals said that Uaso from the moment the body, of I thcr)j )m ym trcat(J m Mr? SSS Interrupted. "Wo it !? othcr "rlson,!r8 nnd cnt tho r.......:-. . .. .u. Ia.i I wirau iixki. . ,.T. : " Li ..U-iiJ District Attorney Weeks la still .... '.Z,' a,... ";;. n t worklntr on leads suggested by anony ms "' I ,.,. A Ill.r nnn.nra '1uo - ...... to have been written by a woman, I . 1 . ..,.1 1. 1.1 I.. 1 .1 1. n,,A Dls rlct Attorney had a right toniguol r Intormnllon n mecung could bo in IUS Own Waj. ....nnwl tlirnilr.li ilin nnllimnn nf n Mr. Weeks said that a Mr. Homlll ... came to him Inl Jrln . "' f: Interested to tho extent of lnscrtlns fcr to "surrender" Ward and tlintl.. . .. , . . , lt...t .11.1 I HI" tUlVUIlLBVIJlVUlt THHHUam IO mis IIKI I'dUl'lll vli win . ... . .... i. I . i H alio uuijr cuiumcni mu xiBiriui. I f ourrenm;. mm torncy would mako after Ward's .iionuuy. ma uuu.i ii:iiiiiiuvu nidi n.nv I ttrrcsj was the attornoys for jvir. wara om noi ... , Batl,ncd wlth ward's consider me iiTownuen cxiuunuuun l Btory. Of 1110 SllOOlinp ns a coniession, -n , Trnnn K nt UlU as a niero nuiii-iiium. Nnw VorIt o.-fn Pollrc. pom T110 nUlllOrillCS, POIU .nr. Clitn, ..,,, n-.i A Wnrnor naa a murucr on mcir nana.. BOmo Important facts havo been gath also nad a siaiemcni 01 n. u.un "uicrC(j said tho death or Clarence rcicrn LCut. B. C. Roberta and two was duo to his act. Tho Coroner and troopers went to tho scene of the District Attorney were JUStUlPd in re- .lnvlnir befora thn Wpstrhpstor Countv jcctlng any statement inndo by that 0Q3clala . cot there and examined man which could not be found to bo pctcrB'a body and tho conditions our true on Investigation. rounding It. "Tnc statements mauc y nru. STATE POLICE OFFICIAL Air. Weeks said, "were againai nis v tntpritnt n'lifti hn nn vs he shot 11 man In self-defense. That Is a con- First. Lieut. Ilobcrta said lis was oluslon and we do not have to believe convinced by his survey of tho section him unless we want to believe him. tho was no gun 'atUe." such as nfvr.w.m that .B r tt or any, kind "uu,". " . , . There was no evldenco lhat moro ho shot this man, and not to take as than on(j ahQt hnd nnfl Umt true the statement that ho shot the U)0 Qno wh)ch klcd 1otor8i who ha(J man in seu-acicnse. a,ca without a strucc e. Justlco Young announced tnai no Tho Diaca wn combed hv thn would take the arguments and mom- troopers for sholls and weapons, oranda of lccnl auinoniies unucr au- Thev found only ona she vlsement and make known nis ueci- Lieut. Itobcrts alon before tho close of tlio day. the angle of lire, and that Peters had ncDorts persist that Walter ward, l been shot down at an an trio of to because of his offlco as Pollco Com- degrees, as If from a car. whllo ho ralssloner of Now Bochello, his recK- was standing on tho road. Ward'n lmsncss In physjcal danger nnd his itory was that ho crouched behind debt or oungauon ro iuu iic.nuu uu is car ana snoi up ni ino "tnroo blackmail threats, consented to act blackmailers.." na po-between in avorting a scunuui Peterar- when shot, nepi.nllntr In with which ho nau nothing to ua i Bberlff Werner, was supposed to have CALLED IMPOSSIBLE Discussion of Bill Only One- Third Completed 2,000 Amendments Remain. EXPECT LONG SESSION. Hopes of Early Adjournment Fading House to Finish Within Month. By David Lawrence. (Special Correspondent of The Evening World.) WASHINGTON, May 26. (Copy right). Talk of applying n cloture rulo In the Senate to shut oft tariff debnto and compel nn early voto will I not got vrry far. Thcro Is so much lo bo done yrt on the Tariff mil, so many hundreds of amendments to ills' I cuss that, except for a general speed up Influence tho progress of tho Tar iff bill will hardly bo affected. Tho tariff situation Is troublesomel to. everybody. On tho Republican side there Is no Insurgency, so to speak, I for tho farm bloc got what tt wantedl In thn way of tariff duties early In thn mmo. hut considerable doubt l ... . i . .1 oaia no measured I fV.it nrwl Indeed cxnressed Ibv Ilomib- Ucans ns to whether It would bo a wlso thing to, pass a permanent Tariff UIU at a timo when international ex change Is disturbed nnd costs of pro ductlon arc subject to audi wide fluc tuations. But tho problem has gone far be yond tho stago of enacting a tcmpo- Wmsclf. and was thus drawn Into the had ono foot 'on tho running board rary Tarlff "'!! t0 b.H?RC ove' the fight which endea wun ino minus ui it Ward's car and tho other on tho emergency ui u.u " vn.mr Pxlorn. l.rnnn.l years." Tho llcpuoncans musi uec.uu . . . ... In I . .... I , . ...Ill .naa l.la nnnllni borne oisiuroanco was wmocu u T(10 gtato JPolIco said that both I wiicmcr u.j i-v Westchester to-day by tho publlca- of peters'B heel prints wcro ton feet uM or not. As tho tlmo for a voto tlon of a highly lmproDaoio copy- from tho tracks of tho slnulo car on comes, douDting ones jj.uuuu.y tlghtcd story circulated by a news I the road. fall In with tho wishes ot tho party ncency of Cornelius Vandorbllt Jr., That Peters also fell as he stood lcadors and the mcasuro will be ij th.t h. Iinrl fmmil Walter H. I .n v... 1,1. v...i tk. m..i Ward, after his commitment to jail at cravel by tho si do of tho asnhalt- More than two thousand amend- of tho 380 employees of tho Health Dc Whlto Plains, at hla homo In Now I covered Stato road, whoro his body mcnts nwalt action by tho Senate. I partmcnt who served In tho World AVar nochclle. , llay. Tho force of tho Impact of tho Tho Senate has Iicen talking tariff was unveiled to-day at tho westerly ' Thn ihrnthem of Walter Ward, i 28-callhrn bullet hnA tnnnled h'mltn.lrn limn n mnnlh nnd has hardly I - .u. -,r m. -r.. n.,iu. . .. - ....... ... - ...... ii i i iu 1 1 1: il 1 1 1 1 uvum uuuin uunu- r T 1 ni. Tl nn1 nnrnntt V.. have a m- I nvrr tinrUTrnril nnil litn li nnl n .lilt In I . . 1 , , . L ...HI. n tlilrrl nf t i 1. 1 . . . i . I. Dn..nra n, .n..,n lUU.i . .....----- ... I.'. w . ........ , ... ......... HHB " L klUUiihll ...... I 1I1K, ItUlllllIK VII i.tw riun.q . v. . i . i v. marKaoio rraraiumnto m" "u ion kiuu m no .en. Inmendmcnts. rno major pans u. ana 1'eari sireeis. ur. rmns j. .uuh- drlva about In a I'eorless car exactly rtaiN ON SHIRT MAV BP PflW. ih i.m romnln. The wholo lccisla- I aghan, Deputy Hcaun commissioner. I'ropo-I aciea as masicr oi uciuuiuiuub. MISS STIRLING LEADS IN FIRST BLASE BUCK ETEERS GASP AT TESTIMONY ROUND AT GOLF OF DIER CO.. DEALS Outclasses iWrs. Jackson in the Millions in Securities of Cus- "Met" Championship Malch tomers Sold, Former on Jersey Course. Cashier Relates. By William Abbott. Testimony given before Referee Cave Man OldStory, Court Tells Bellboy Hough Young Lover Placed on Probution lor Shaking Girl. John McGutgatt, the bellboy who In his love making to pretty Marie Walsh, tclcphono operator at tho Hotel Mojestlc, pulled a llttlo cave man stuff, was placed on, probation by Magistrate Ryttcnburg In tho West Side Court to-day. The Magistrate listened to How the I i i i i i i . i . .. .r.i.i m,.l MORRIS COUNTY GOLF CLUB. Mlllcr this morning In the bankruptcy nm . Mrn,pn ,,np ., CONVENT, K J., May 26. Alexa ""'ring or r.. u. uier os uo., aciunci Walsh had shown sho wasn't crazy Stirling, formerly of Atlanta, but now entered from tjie North Hemp stock brokerago firm which closed Its over his attentions, had been waited doors last January owlnir customers I for by him dutslde tho Majestic, wnere sue nau gone to worn, ana now .... . I nnnmlhlnM III.O J flflft H k W BIC BlltS UUU UllC IU MUllV, H11U HWH stead Club, gained a four-hole lead somethlnff llk 4.00.". M hB had foMowed her lo her home. Ko. aver Mrs. II. A .Jackson, Greenwich, at the end of the first round In the 16-hole finals to-day In the women's metropolitan golf championship. Miss Stirling clearly 'outclassed her opponent. She took the lead at the nature to mako tho most hardened no West 78th street, and there tn bucketeer gape with wonderment at I the hallway had shaken nnd choked the loose manner In which the busl- her when she told, him she didn t caro for him. ' 'Afv hov." snld tho Magistrate. Gut Stroh, a youth who does not ap- ..lhla tne oldest atorj. ln tno worid. pear to be more than twenty-three' or I Mark Anthony nnd Cleopatra had twenty-four years old, told In a calm, their disagreement and no doubt Adarn second hole and' from this point to matter of fact way of the thousands nnd Eve h trouble, and this young , the finish It was only a question how I decisive would be her supremacy. lArtv nnn.npnltv rlnpR nnt rare for VOU rt rlnltnta nf rllfilnm.m' mnn.v inimn. ... . . . i"- any mote. Vou nie to unnersuinu dered for lunches and other "Inclden- that and not molest her any more. If all the holes could have been tal" expenses, and of how securities Vou are paroled for three months. If about 200 yards. Mrs. ackson -would Lf rmteni. of whlnh h hn,l iliii-t 'u come back here I will send you certninlv havo made a bettp.r nhnw.l . . . .. to the Island for six months." --- -- ;-; i supervision as casnier oi u. u, uier i ,,, ri.u i .i.n0,i ,t inor. nut tnia course is icatured nvi . . I ..uio.. t.,..t.1v. lonr carries and It was at thes inn,, Co" wcr0 lhrown on morKet for McGulgan had to be. ... .. 11.. ........ knl.lA.lni. ,m Ih. Ami. range holes mat ansa satining wasl ",u ul " supreme. Tlmo and again sho out-1 depleted finances. drove Mrs. Jackson anywhere froml Kven moro startling was the tcstl ten to forty yards. mony given by Stroh that hundreds Invariably the Greenwich star wouldl"' thousands or dollars ot customers nlav wooden clubs to strive for dls- securities were sent over to t red An nnnn nn ho onnnnri ihnf -whlto ahI drews, an ex-employee ot E. E. Dler PRESIDENT TO PLAY GOLF HERE MAYBE Stlrlihg meanwhile would be so much & Company for the ostensible pur nearer the flag that a mashlo would Poso f. making a loan, but that no WASHINGTON, May 26. Warren G. Harding took his old title "Editor of the Marlon Star," to-day ln order to tee off with three-scoro Washing- be sufficient For instance on the iccou.iu.igoi iiinii nxuuun wee ton newspaper men in tne nrst annual 600-yard eleventh Miss Stirling was ma?e to th, flrm PHof the fall"re: tournament of the Washington Nows- op the edge of the green In two wnl- , "was "esed by the accountant papcr Golt Club. The President has a . .... -i for the receiver that tho value ot the handlcan of 22 strokes. Prizes Include .up, -"- securities sent to Andrews and on U run n,Menie,l hv Kdward n. Mfl. -...i .u. which no accounting wns made to Lenn. nubllsher of tho Washington. A bronze memorial tablet In honor n CD MARLf In..- mmA 1D nn , A. , . i . Im i 'l jie v ire jjeparimuin uuiiu bav t; a. There was a stain on Peters's un- nenis oi me .ranus u.u.u u.uy - ..... nrocrammc. Thc Rev. John dershtrt, which Lieut. Roborts terject their measure, but they arc wlliftms gaid thc opening prayer and thought might havo been from pow- mistaken, u tno tariii is onco uia fl Thn linrlnralitrt von m Inm Itilnlnrrrt. TTI11r.ll nf thn momentum UC front. hind it will bo lost. Tho bonus advo- GETS 20-YEAR 1 fc.KIVl I'eters had on neither tie nor col-1 catcs on tno otner nanu realize aa tno ilko that used by Walter. Other re porters wrhllo Waltor was actually ln Sheriff Werner's ornce at wnue Plains lato yesterday afternoon en countered ono of tho brothers at George S. Ward's Spuytcn Duyvll place and temporarily oenevea tnoy nod seen waarrr. Jan H(J wor(J a 8nabby Bray suit with fall elections get closer tho tent wara was jochcu u . u ""i .... .t.. . . i. .... ...m i. . .i i. .. . . , Tll ,V nvA IT.- .n1l- . I UUU OklfllU, A11U LUAb Ul Willi.!! 1VUDIUL IIIU C3U.1UIU V II UU 111 DJ'UIIU ICDO n. r..-.Mr.-Zrin Ti,. double breasted. His clothes were In tlmo dlscsuslng tho bonus, and qulcl: nciuuiy uuuuimui iuuiu .. 11.1... . v.. i i . i ,, ... . 1. 1 1 I I n . t L fnal U 111VU UUUUIUUU, IU1U llO UUU UUblfXCllOn Can IH1 cxpccicu. I L S"lO, evon hlB face and llanda ln Even assuming that the tariff and SegUlula Gonzalez Pleads 1" JJnn SST Sherltt Werner had shown Peters's ZlZZ7oo arise and con- Guilty to Second UCgree ... w had beta arrested on a coat nnd V08t to rPrtc" n t" sumo tlmo in connection with the warrlnt Issued r .tho reat of Mr! h1101. ftnd PUed tho reason nrmv and navy appropriation bills, warrant issued at tno request oi mr.i th Kt.iinf Vinin in i. frnnt .u. -kt , r, i.. " ".- 1 OCUillU.a UU VI1D . IL . L. 1 .UIUIlltllt:U UIU llcr. Luke J Evers pronounced the liencdlctlon. Health Commissioner Cope land delivered tho dedication address weens, oy jusuco dvckdi. .,.,, fhnt ,. ttn,i - ... celled his 110,000 ball. Tho warrant that thAst was cu so Yow " ' J f. rrnm claiming to bo Arsons Sane d d not charge muraer in any ucgreo ,. ,.,. v . A ,t 1Id . "V "T": 7. . u "s"""" """"" thlrtv-one. a salesman of Havana, but "killing." , unteered the vest mleht have been I T? SEIL twenty years to life Imprisonment. CuUa. Leahy's telegram says the Mayor Hylan at to-day's meeting of ..tht thc name BpacC8 were left blank LAWYER FOR PETERS FAfiflLY I ""n too B I ViT Hiiie ta to adlourn Gonzalez pleaded guilty ot murder ln man Is Henri Bollet, alias Arsenlo tn6 Board of Estimate, "and If these till tho end of the day. Then if tho . 1U4V ... .... . I ine WflJJSO 13 rcauy IO nUJOUrn ..... . I c-Xt,. nnH Unrnnl. TIpW nnH thnt , . Ir. tVinlfraHIni- hnwoil n Inns h(. nlntnmpr'n un liiiLnc. I Tne Mlehael L. Sullivan, a prominent Ltpls, . . . . . 1 ... . mI. nail tn I ftVPr jiioBaacauaciu. lunjoi .cuiv- .... r- - .V.i' i ... i l,ul u" isast biitn sireci. uum were ciuuiujruui Henri Bollet has neon sought since .....'m ..m rnmnimlln. nr.il;. the slain youth's family, I mrt n.od nt thrsceno Journmcnt ' th bC"ale a' bCg'"" ln Ve Swlss "estaurant in Carnegie Aprll 3 by the New York police aa oh I don't mean that," hastily bo entctcd on the account." e in New York to-day to " " nlng to fade aagln. Ha,. Gonzales was ln love with her. tl:0 ,cader ot the band which entered L.;i t i Mnvnr. "What T had In I She refused to consider him. The th0 i,omo ot Alfred R. Shattuck In , d w B that a higher power has di ITUC fOW'S T AC, killing occurred on March 24. He Is North Washington Square ln the mlrldI(.Uon an a man can't always BL1 1 LUVV 3 JAV, twenty-seven, NOT MAN WANTED ZZ POR MURDER OF GIRL IN 5HAI1UCK. CAbb WHU mm Finfferprints of Suspect in St. Louis Not Those of Boilat. nxuiut-l viunyt. i gT LOUIS, , May 26. Inspector Justice Martin ln tho Criminal I Leahy of New York, by telegram. Branch of tho Supremo Court to-day has caused tho arrest here of a man tJUlltlICA, of distance shooting that proved an Der & Company was w,123(725. insurmouniaoie oosiac.o ror ilr3. stroh adjnUed In his testimony Mnvnwii. nnnt in mK nir nn ine nsr or nponri. Several times during tno rounai.i.. in Andrews he went ihrnmrh Miss Stirling was live noies aneau, 1 1,8 box and took whatever certifi but careless putting cacn time re- gates were available: that It was his duced her advantage. The former practice to do this, although he had Southern girl occasionally landed .In I "formed the' conclusion" the consent trouble, but her recoveries wcro brill- 1 0f customers to sell the securities had lant, especially on tho eighteenth, I not boen obtained. wheer a ball cleverly played from al The flstflght between Frank Block. nnil rkmmln oner firrwpr A Whnlen I J)"".""" ins" "'" " I h uryjjuoua ...urc.iuni oi no. iii illiru snoko for Mayor Hylan, who ws una-I left of the green trlckedl down to I Avenue, an angry creditor who saldlp.-i-v MAY WITHIiBAW Ul. I . rnl(n V,1. J. I ,.I, .kt inf nf Iho flnc MlRMllin Tin. I Inc. Onn In lin fallnvn nf I 1 " "l"'"" UIC IU UU UlUOI.tV. A 1 1 'J . n . . i. .1... .- nivilill 'ft " . .uv n . ..w ..uu .wuv T lvu" ... ...w . I . i. . v. . signed by Edward Hochtcr, a Health I Stirling completed this exhibition by I E. D. Dler & Co., and Bernard An- Dcpartment attache. Among (the 380 holelng the putt for a par four. I drows, 'formerly a clerk ln tho defunct names Jnsculhed upon It aro those oi rnhu In th nrst metronolltan tour- I firm, which occurred vesterdav at the four Who lost their lives ln the SCr- .! cilrllnr m.r rnmnnlMl hunbnmv lirarlnp nn thn inmiiiiv' ..I Tk... T.' Mnnnl.on Vrnnnl. 1. IMUlCllk a , "-- "Vi" . I , . .,,,, clli.lh n Vi lo I iifYnlra hronrrht hnfli ninrt nnrt An T. . W.. 11UIII. . 1 1 ..r. .1,.. v,H T.hn I 111. U13 OllU UlllJ uvvamw v..(..u.w u, v .. n -- uuur, i in. .1... -v. c..- u.... .-, , i .jj I .i ,,., it f..,o Qt,t r..f Vcar. II I L L I cnu.iKuiK lici uuumi ... . o nnu v. v. ... . .j.. . x.uu. from Atlanta to New York. Mrs. I At tho request of counsel for An- Jnckson made several futile attempts I drews, charged by 131ock with having to Vln tho sectional title. Lean, publisher or tno Washington Post. W The ten men turning ln lowest scores ln to-day's tournament will mako up . a team to go to Now York Juno 12 to play on the Engineers' Club course a team selected from members of the New York Newspaper Golf Club. Local club members say Mr. Hard ing would consent to go to New York as a member ot the Washington team if ho Is among tho ten. It. Malllcr. "IF I'M HERE NEXT YEAR," IS HYLANJS PHRASE flavor struck him, the caso was adjourned to Juno 2 and Andrews was released In $500 ball. Stroll was also questioned concern- FROM GAS HEARINGS' Corporation Coniinel Stntln UIU- nintam to Conimtuvlon. Corporation Counsel John P. O'Brien served notice to-day with the Public Service Commission that tho city of New York will take no further part in the commission's Investigations and henrlngs on kbs rules unless the com mission accedes to several ot the city's demands. Mr. O'Brien s communication was pre- lng tho practice ot printing tho names I sented to Chairman William A. Prender of all customers In tho customers' I gast by Assistant Corporation Counsel record books of tho firm except the I James A. Donnelly at the commission's accounts maintained by Andrews neanng on ine sir nu. ui uuniy, ..m- undor his own and other names. '"" " T R , .7 ii: IU SIlCU it) mo btlD vvij'uiawuuo vi 41 an Adds He Didn't Stroh was questioned closely as to the 'k City' and subuX'nCrUory.1 W mi.L tt. rvr:l.i- reason lor writing in me names un mmnratlon Counsel O'Brien declares iUCUn X1IUL Lit. im-Iul i Andrews's accounts, but could give that the commission has refused to ad- Xe 111 AlOQuy. lno explanation ana nnany jir. riaycs i nut testimony irom milium n, uirasiey. - . .. . . . ... I 1. 1 ...... . . n I . , . . u'llUKKVOIUI IHO U 1. 11 Ul'l.ll.Jll. I here next year, said, M heory ls.. Balll JIr. Hayes. "If I am to ' represent . . . U . .. a.vi. " - - J l...tn Vi. l1,t thn fnmllv Is to make. I ul ' siH. Hnenn also exnimieu two pis. .thln a month and may ask a recess the second degree ror tno siaying or rr .; ' 'ti""au .. "I" ".J.. i, .. -u , , which, he said, had been turned Uhllo waiting for the Senate to fin- ,Mrs. Josephine Bartholomo at No. 231 e " f''eUZll tn him hv ward's atLnrnevs. anui nj. n i.. j I ....--. . .. i . ... I win yvu o no" i - . -- -- ---- . I other names he operated under would chief gas Inspector of the Department of Water. Gas and Electricity, and als'i has failed to secuie access lor tho cltirs investigators tohe gas tilants supplying! New York City. It was dark around I ;r4'5oup'u warae story, anu M am0st surely havo had to uso lights. ni'lTY HTM 1 FIM;F; York lawyer doing special Invest.- v ehouW have mado htm- DU I Y UIN LUlNtS) catinK lor mm ior tnu uw i . iiimil.rt target for the I don wnai ne may uavo ihuuw. i ,t, i.ilnin lera ho sad en. I niv c n nvc I ,nf I .lttlp I imp fnnl Avenue, lirooiuyn. to oing Ding bers of tne nouscnoiu, inciuaing mr.i . w ii ro,. fT,H fmm . ,.. . i 4 k. ,. I 7.7 . ... ...... J,iviiiiiii.i .-"vi. .....w . j I . . ...... tt were iu. Jiiti'"""" - ' wneiner no win. who v. ' " trngfed him ln a pistol uaiiio was . it f rn I for ten years as a uucumi uucimci. ftnu xvirs. onanucK, unu iuckcu ih earlv morning of April 2, concealod t. .. , ,h t maW nnt l.o AC Trtl H IM PRFMfH juubu nuouuiuj ..v ............ 1 imimra... n. ..u . .. ..." aiye next year in, a loft burglar, of No. 450 Brad- iate afternoon seized the eight mtm- Tne rea1jests tho M Mayor referred to HAS HER ABLAZE IT veteran organizations. Tho Mayor tti.,11 nf Moonshine. She Tins Tin AA not I ' I beas corpuii proceedings In White . .iin.rt in VOtllltr Oil llirill nlMdPfi eUlltv to burglary ln the h . nark, nirtleht wlno closet in the ...... .t,. v aia t -White Plains ttrU morning haa not! 0 ouestlonlng. Sheriff Werner Hill. second degree. David Fertcl of No. basement. Mr. Shattuck savod him- t m,in , the funds, but been dlTulged. Bald he had examined Ward's car, n ,,.. . 916 Tiffany Street, concerned ln tho Self nnd the rest from suffocation by that h did not want requests sent In Ward rent ratner cneenui.y i ni- rJes8 C0Upe, and found no lndl- - samo job, was sent to tsimira as a removing tne screws rrom tne oacn at the aflt mlnute, thus depriving liret rugnt in jo". w " , 1 1 cation of tho rear window naving been num .uoi nv. ... h-- nrst offenacr. or tno iock in me uuo. ul n.o "'"Dlthe Estimate 'Board members of an ject oi mucin Bioniunui, v..a.k "Ighot out, as Ward said, xnat shot ting to the lann inn. naving nrsi j0pn Kinney, tweniy-inree, or icioset win. a uiumu ununo u i opportunity to Investigate them However, the Mayor voted tho money to pound on the prison door to get In. I M BUpposed to have been tho ono voto wltllln fifteen minutes after it 322 East 40th Street, pleaded guilty U dime, The decision to re-arrest him waspeters was alleged to have fired and! resumed business. On rccommendn- before Judge Rosalsky of taking parti Whet hen the Bertlllon code dscrlp- . . .1 T. tnade yesterday after, the Grand Jury I wj,lch missed Ward. tlon of thoso In charge of the bill, ln tho hold-up of Edward Perlmuttor, tlon of tho fingerprints of tho man L appropriations wl had intimated tnai wesionesicr - T8 sheriff 0i80 announced he had House rates ranging irom ja per cent. a chauffeur, on March 21. Ho was arrested in fat. jouis were received at . vpnrv citv budirets. clali appeared a little Indifferent in . , , . out ceneraj alarm for to 40 per cent, on lenses of glass or st.nt t0 Sin(f glng for from seven and tho Detective Bureau here, It was do- future the Memorial 111 be Included the case. Justice Seeger ordered the I noss.. antt jack." The dcscrlp-1 pebblo were ngroel to ln place of arrest. I.l. 1 r.v. nn pnmlntr from Wnrd I duties Of from 00 IO U per Cent., OTlg- Tbe order m given to bnerm ware. lnally recommcnaeu uy tno i inance sent to Sing Sing a half to fifteen years. Werner ln the afternoon. He left 'fihnrho noes Jewish, vm.mr. UOmmilifio raujuui). CEMENT "TRUST" JURY r.lared that tho fingerprints aro not I those ot the-Henri Boilat sought for PEGGY HOPKINS tho Shattuck ronoery. hrrnnr r-DATvm II1DV STILL DELIBERATING EiGHT MEN KILLED I.oeked Up In Hotel Ovrr Mtflil.l Knlllnir to .Brrc. The Jury In the cement trial, locked IN POWDER BLAST Witness in InquT of nlovees of a Fifth Avi White Plains in his automobile at 2 Lhollt thlrtv old. 'a art,' Magnesllo wns to have bfen taken F. SU un cnauueur u.Uu,uk 5 f t 9 or 10 jnchea, smooth face,' ZZlr ' i ruirir ni t. nut ino onoiin. i....... uw rn k my. v,... i nuio wi .vU jmiuiuib 4 It When the Sheriff returned hi j n'nd ralB001lt; i tolled Wrtteulariy l It Senator was a passenger m "- - - white check hat, light collar." -.w-u....v.. .-r one mw iigurcu i "Jack Pasty laco. 100 pounds. 51 . trrti MrAinin nt m nv.iock itr..4 .nn. rivincr. nM an i . ... . . . ( no Mint ncinninir Aionniiv Kpnninrs Mlwcod M-Itabe- 2Fe .n mi dlrin to speak on Items as tiy last night after falling to reach a ver- "" T Z. UIK, .uiusiii, iwu, miiui uou wniw "..!,,, . ,, , ' j,., ,.. ,l.llhn.tlnn 11,1. mom iaIii nno nr nis lawyers. I .1...1, ...1. ...in..t 111, T7n.a .. .. .. 1 wuv .cwuv t.awu. ..v. ... . v... rh mr went to a elde entrance of I .. ,', I would havo to be present, as the int. . . . T . .. IVa I I . ..... r.r rtrtn I... .1 1 . I ... ... . .. . tn tiountv uourt iiouoo mm ci,-i,f .1.. i nassin? m:i " nvn. maun i.i The case or me Alias i-oniana mn wern Killed nnd two se.r nnsivi I and his attorney were smuggled Into portra nad rcad U)0 dcscHpUons. necessary to postpone action on other ment cJ-i and others, on a charge of injured when three packing houses at honest employee ln a Fifth Avenuo k& uhaHiT'a nmnm iwiuid iciiui ... .. .... . . mm i on iiiiiir. Liitin iiiiiKiiitr lmixmKi nie i ... . . . t i . . .. . i n t- i m .. -MiaTtv xnr rHmn in inc "l coum pick up iwenty-nvo monv,k - , I conspiracy 10 rcairain xraue, in tNQiino piani u uiu i;iiwutt ruwuer i.uai to-day on these descriptions' he tho consideration or scncauifcs In their D,alrlct Court( went to tho Jury shortly Company nt SlnnamahonlnBr, eighteen jury room with her cancelled checks, 'l'itA I lllinrb Ittmrnrl nv Three Packing Houses Go Up. EMPORIUM, Pa., May 28. Bight men wero killed nnd two seriously of Em- nlovees of a Fifth Avenue Trust Company. iPegsy Joyce Hopkins appeared be fore the Grand Jury this afternoon In an Investigation being made to dts- cover whether or not there is a dls- commented. the Sheriff's offices before reporters and photographers knew what was up. Aii.n n. Camnbell. another Ward lawver. later Joined them. They sent for food and the Sheriff Joined them Want rauld occasionally be seen .1 lauehlncr and talking. Meantime Mrs. Ward, with the ttiihln set and the garage doors open t . . i . ..Hl.n 1..W trim. I lor nis cur, m . iVnw I!. .- 4. itlnn.F na Via hid I u .' J I1U11U W IAJ1UU V ....... . -' - telephoned earlier In the day ho would do. When reporters went to her homo I Runner Has Been Overhauled and Can Do 20 1-2 Knots. after ncn yesterday. I miles from here, blow up shortly after nnd the (bank statement of her bal After having been out twenty-two anu M to-day. I ance and her own figures as to tne halance. There Is, according to ner, Ttin MCM DUDMrn .?' or i.,r., 'Z""1" TRIED TO KILL WIFE: a difference by which she is credited iyw Hivi.i uuuiiiiu with 12.000 less than her own Balance IU1 comoinaiiuu. wuuhc nun .u-icuu KNU3 Lift W11H DULLtT t. i hiiuwh. T1T1, .V,. ram out Of the 1 11 TV Siilcl.tr -Vn Umployrd tn AVnah- ,,, .... -ho was not mak- TUGBOAT BLOWS UP one-half hours, the Jury asked for a cou- HAHN NO JOKE NOW U10 ot exhlbU" and ""-.'"er mstruc IN CHASE FOR RUM t.i- l..Mifitl.-na - v 111 ii 1 nl n n tit a il lfYr Iklllei KxplodcsAVllilc Craft ence between a'lawful and an unlawful rest sho took It coolly. Bhe said In Vicply to a question mat sno aw o about tho harbor are Is Tied to River Dock Tho tugboat Llbblq was completely combination and onlered them supplied with a copy of the indictment. nRtun nr IllaU-vriinrtnient. , whatever, slmnlv FIVE SEAMEN HURT BAUHJsiuui.. May -b.-Atter at- tnat shJ had been BUm'moned and told tempting to kill his wife, who had ep-1 ,. Drinrr her bank accounts and can- arated from him, Lloyd Addison, Waiih- .nd nhopka. She was accompanied IN EXPLOSION ON H-3 hyto! L .' Lh ?."7" to the Criminal Courts nuiidlng by S. V .V. , r " her attorney, William J. ration. Submarine Ilencl.e. I.o. Angeles ".,. Mr. iMwttr.i Talbott Gla. Two officials of the company were Aid rich was only slightly hurt. I summoned to appear, Rulatlves say the Addlsons ceparated Bootleggers using fast motor boats , J" V' V rt wucomp,,c c'y . ..I demolished nnd two members of tho bout tlio harbor aro warned they I u.. i.,,m,i ..... .l. t.. irnnn 1iv aha should CO to White! I crew urii.tuu; uu.nm ithvi. ma uouer IpiZs lit nfcht wl" havo 10 UB0 boa,s abI t0 d0 blcwJP whllo the craft was tied to gj loins last nignt. Letter than twenty and ono-half n,iann niver dork nt n, tnnt t n a tic no rccnni r 1 1 wki i i . I . . " n, -'! Knots io escape capture no reason Wcsl 5gu, street to-day. John Ooetr, lao i muni. j is iiiat ino ann oi tne rronmuion f.r.v.fivo. No. 206 niver stroot Tin. Ward remained n l he anerux s oi- i ") mm uvcunui n.iu nun m i,nuiin. n fireman, was thrnu-n ntn in I men were ..uurou u dp.us.uii 1 ...,.., ,... .1.. oii,.,i (v.. flee while his lawyers scouted around able to make that speed. water from tho liollcr room nnd lVnnic the submarine H-3 early yesterday whllo . fnclions of their 20-ycar-old dauirntor. "for some one to sign n writ of 1 abcaa When the Hahn, under command of IIUB)lird llfty-slx, No. iJ Wavcrly ,ho oralt ,v;MiCn,p1lro' ,, K 0 a. Alice. Mrs, Addison came here to live rorpus. They telephoned tho Sheriff Acting .:apiuin rawes, went out ior Htr., vc-nkers. wns knocked ovr. ?rona?l' "m"" . ' with ner sister when sno left her hus- about 10.44 they had abandoned, tne rum runners hub was mrccii 10 inuo . rt f mnl ...0 cal)ln fo. ri 1 "."T. " , . i..V Iim, 1 oanu ... "uoiuniiion. o.m nau just Safety, Following llla. 1.08 ANGELES. May 28. Five sea- injured In an explosion aboard H MAJESTIC MAKES TRIP IN FIVE DAYS, 12 HOURS attempt for tho nls'il Both ,111011 wcro rescued by Patrol-1 The explosion occurred In an en . I "started divorce proceedings ln the JJIs-bot- I trlct of Columblft' Addison gained en- Falls o nrealt necora Jiaae art Slauretanln. -The White Star Dry Agent Who Finds Still. They do these things betfer ln French sometimes. In the New York newspapers to-day appeared tho following news agency dfe-spatch: "PICTOU, N. S., May 25. A cow crazed with moonshine liquor led to the discovery of a still to day. The animal, browsing near a barrel of mash, had Indulged liberally The rewrite man of the Courier des Etat-Unls furnished It forth In a manner which a literal trans latlon reveals an Insight which was denied to the mere dealer ln news routine: IHOTK8TS AGAINST OIIIUITIOX ETS pilUNIC. PICTOU, N. S., 25 May. A cow powerfully ablaze by the imbibing of products fermented, has been cause of the discovery of a still here in-day. ' The brave beast was promenading herself without a thought or evil in thn vicinity of 4 farm when a per fume special flattered her sense of smell. Urged on by the curiosity, like the Mother Eve, and Ignorant of danger, like the Father Noah, she was willed to taste the iruit lorumaen, Evil did she take frpm this. Tor. finding pleasure In the sin, she rirnnk more than she ought and went on her way. blithely. Never the field to her had appeared, so v.a. Never the' earth to her had seemed less to mer4t the title of "Terrain of the cows. a Prohibition agent who passed that way by chance, made a note .r rrlma nnd of It sought the rause. The poor cow narrowly- escaped having to pass the night In jail. 1 Advt. on page 16 Notice to Advertisers - 1 Dlroltr iditnlilni Irpe rerr nd ril,.n ordfra I for rlthtr tb week dtt Uornlni World ot TO lmilni World if rewire tiler r. u. m Muvrtm. Ttimii.Atinn r.n lnirrtcu ua.r Pic. mir permit ud In older of receipt tl Tkl I n...u nMM rnn ivint.lnln. cnariTlntl IS M Ditdt trj me World mult t rKl4 61 X P. Ill Dlinltr idHrllrlrii trpo MP' 'or tht SuppH- I . u..i... oh. I,. i. . v Tl Arid mutt Iff reoflKfl Dr I r. u. murioij ,l'""'"t-,ir"";ill tlon ind rtletie raurl tie recelred or I P. 1C..I Frldiir, Copt conttlolar ernrtrtngi to no mtd tT Tbt Worlol rattrt ee receltel t7 .uuriaty boos, I SundlT Utln Sheet cpt, trpe PT Meh kMI not Deea reeeireil Br r. . nu.j. .a-. sritlni topj whtoh kit not been receirtj u us PUDiirtuon omot or ! f- "; SSv'7 ......In. .Mm nn. W.IN. n I . m. .(1UU I win h. omitted raidlilont reaulre. rltldlr I I tho order of 'Itteit receipt tod poiltlw r.ldlil orair. 1 s DlepltT espr or order! relcued liter tsta Ul n-n.in.n ini... vinra Ainin.n will uofc mf .ua THE le.ro tUKoiuti of nj .dimeter, coatrtct sr oUtctil the yyc.wa ji oie:o . OLirnANT. THOMAS EDWARD. CAMP-1 BEVV FUNKHAI. CHUnOH. Friday, l P. M. XANONE. ELTJANOn. suddenly on Uar 1 Funsral from her ia.lt rcsldcnc. Charlton St., Ksw Tork. on Batuntayl morning. Msr 27. then to St. Anthonjr'ol Church, Bulllrsn it., wDr a soltmnl roqulsm mass nil! tw offered for the re-l post of her soul at iu.su. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. THE FUNERAL CHURCH i CaltColumbui 8200 FRANKE.CAMPBELL i Vfio'Juncnl Church (MOM-f tauiAHl Broadwaii at 66th 5t IBlttdK. HherltT was le ing till 10 reporters an iaoi wuui. utninimiuiiy n uooticgKer nniuin.H f ll. w,..i ,..... hnn,i..tlm.nl amnriB- Iho .lnrn.ro Sffc; UUnder aiierlff trl.-d to get Waii out on a swift boat would shake bottles " , ' 0 VloosVve tl o ,h8 "marlne. a f"",V .11. on h.. 9u'Jtnillo T.Z MAX A 8WCID10. LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS. K. lOunother door A photographer had at the Huhn. Bo far as getting a ' on bo7 t " c' w F' Mlller' commanding at 'r" ' J0. ot "Varrowlv mi w..t.rn Rundardme) thus co A man believed to be John Schoeppl. rTrBiCrfw urw'.rd- 7o.t .iry4 or '.tSiri WL dosed It. and during tho delay neccs- boat making moro than seventeen " l.willlmn l ,Zr the submarine base here, despatched ho vay to the tfc s room, narrowly ml.,. SbSX 0f "No. 21 East 7Jd Street. Manhattan fciVath""?: ?:rV",SrJ5rf'r2ia ' WIV In opening It several Hashllglits knots tho Hnhn was n. Joke. Capt. Ptn. Wtlliam A; ""'"r. No. 2DJ ,Ub.chasor 306 to the scene with hi- K AAvl li houn t mnultB. It was committed suicide late yesterday at b.c) ,ho-.. l yo.rs old. name Chin jr ' were obtained of the piisoner.. Tawes announced to-duy that He Q"""""" Avenue.mntwoo.l, N. J. ..rue. tonso , .U i.d b Meanwhile the rol r0UH. n 0R ,NI1,.KN7A 5rce'd "hen ?he MaTe.Uo .ailed that Woodrldge, K. J., by taking oxalic aeld tcs, no cues-ion. a.U.d. C. A.,0Q Woril Ward pulled hlsstiaw hat down over would got the best of them unil Intl- nn vnll NFPn A Tnwifi ti nve inhired pnll.ir.i m-n were '.rV.r,;"v,'.,LKe ""' IIHOMO would try to beat the record held He had an American '''f'"" UOST-Cr.y squirrel neckpiece, Thuru I - 1,,R ....... i.i, mmrmt nn uliiiut hla mntpil that thn Huhn mlclit dn tunn. UU IUU nttU A TONIC?, The five injurea enllstc I men were tjoiN'I.SIl lal.his. 'iTit stnulno bears the i. nTn Mni.rtnnla 4 days. 10 hours, tl papers 'how ng he was once a Ututen- niotnlnn reward I: returned to Ilooui l(xi l.ts I'j.s. ins 'wnctut nn uii iui his runtoii mat uio lui n might uo twen- ,,. ,.. Jull, MllUu N uiuiit. . "ll('n ,0 ,l,0 ,,,""u hospltul us soon us ,i.,ia una i i;. w. drove, mo ui 9U by "l" Miullclan"' y ' " i.X i the Australian Cavalry. sii 4Uj av, . . . i throut, uud doahrd tluuush thc ruin ty-tvvo knots In a pinch. aum. the 11-3 unhed. .n uuuiiu), auc, Adi. ' jmlnutc. a,u "lo rw"'"-" i j-