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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1922.
St OWN LIGHTNING ROD
PEN BACK OF HEARST T0 Fi
& BEFORE EDITORS AND MAYORS ,
la . 1
Du Pont Heiress and Poor Student PAUH I ARDCFQ Tf
jiwhuihO t kJUi JJI too tiy x- r cci two
I t t ft
FEMALE tANDRU HUTCHISON LOSES I
Describes Himself in Describ-
m fin? Kind nf Man He Would
LftfH ' Mima fnr f.nrartirr
h-flb liAPS UUV. AuLLcK.
f ' 8'
'Accepts Latter's Home Rule
Challenge but Says "Spe
& , ' cial Privilege" Real Issue.
: v By Joseph S. Jordan.
jfSUff Correipondent of The Evenlno
j' Mayor John K. Hylan has come and
gone and left his lightning red stuck
i. t- deep Into the ground to waylay o
, " -'' etrny Gubernatorial spark. The
Mayor of New York didn't declare
f "S- himself us a candidate for Governor,
i tut described himself when ho told
; iho Democratic editors tho kind of
jEHJf man who should bo selected for the
offlce of Chief Executive of tho State.
V "Then ho told the editors that ho was
; not an aspirant for higher honors,
that ho must servo tho term for
which ho was elected.
Later on In his address beforo the
Mayors' confcrcnco ho said that men
..iof tho typo of Kodman Wanamaker,
l-William Randolph Hearst, Hiram
Johnson and Nathan Straus should
j-be nominated regardless of political
. - affiliations. I
" "Tho label is not of particular lm-
, portance," he said. "Tho question ot
. i . i ...i j
I prime consideration in, nui ura mc
i,candldato stand for?"
Mayor Hylan was driven to the
.' ' Nelson House, accompanied by an cs
... .cort of Poughkccpslo citizens. With
him wcro Corporation Counsel John
P. O'Brlerand Grover Whalen. Somo
one told tho band to play "Hall to the
35h1cfi" ' but the band mlscucd and
m $.jtftbtk "Hall. Hall, tho Gang's All
i , .V. . rt . .11 .1 . I
nero. rormer ocnaiur aimimci vui-
4 Una,', an editor, of Troy, was ono of
! the first tr irroet him. Mr. Collins
was one ot the commltteo ot editors
who had' Invited the Mayor to dine
,r''with them and address them.
ifcfcPREFER HYLAN TO HEARST,
i'.f ' WORK FOR NEITHER.
vVf-Tho editors represented tho news
it - papers of tho Hudson Valley, which
takes them all in from Poughkeepsle
to Scroon River. A canvass of the up
' State 'moulders ot public opinion
.-showed that In the Hudson Valley
u Hylan Is a two to ono favorite over
( Hearst. But then It also developed
mat every locality nos ua uwu iuvur--Itc
son for tho Gubernatorial, nomlna-
l- tlon. Former Mayor Burns of Troy,
t, toi Instance, la tho candldatojof Editor
' ' A wltn' regard to Mr. Hearst's can
.k dldacy, it was said that there Is very
.'?' . Ilttln ITennt sentiment un-Btate. And
A , Vvi ' t was said by ono of theso shrewd
' . .editors that perhaps tho selecting of
' W ' .favorite sons In the various localities
" d ' was a smokescreen to koep Hearst
". ' out. The up-State editors aro all
i" i' politicians not only with their pens.
CITY DECLINES '
TO SELL PART OF
RIIS PARK TO NAVY
7 " . r
Suggests "Round Table" Talks
by Estimate Board and
Borough President Matthew J.
Cahlll assured Transit Commissioners
McAncny, Harkness and O'Uyan to
day that ho will ask tho Board of
Intortjorough Rapid Transit Com
panies, so far nn tho operator of tho
new Btaten Islundtubo goes. Mr.
Cahll) said ho never-heard that. He
was not so sure, however, whether or
not "the city would ever again bo
willing to tie up wlth the Brooklyn
Rapid Transit, which now has the
city by tho" throat."
"Whether two tubes or .four tubes
Is not tho question at this time,"
President Cahlll' said. "Vo only
hopo you will take somo stops to get
together1, one way or the' other, nnd
not stay in (he middle of tho road.
Tho freight tunnel, which Is man
tory and therefore must be built by
tho city, will guaranteo the city the
revenuo It needs to pay for the con
struction of It. Tho city has been
assured of this now by at least one
railroad which will teaso and operate
MUST HAVE 5-CENT FARE.
President Cahlll was questioned at
length by Chairman McAheny ns to
GOES ON TRIAL FOR IN GOLF MATCH
HUSBAND S MURDER
French Poetess and Daughter American Is Defeated by Eng-
Charged With Placing
Body in Trunk.
lish Player in 1,000
GfcENEAGLES. Scotland, June
(Associated Press) Jock Hutchison,
only American competitor remaining v
Sinking Fund Commission
Turns Down Proposition
The Sinking Fun Commission,
after a public hearing to-day, denied
tho application of the United States
Navy for conveyance to tho Govern
ment of ninety-four acres of Jacob
Itlis Park at Itockaway Beach, which
has been UBcd slnco tho beginning of
the war as' an avlatlo natation. The
action of tho Sinking Fund Commis
sion npponrs to settle tho matter so far
as the City of New York Is concerned,
as the opinion of tho members and of
the citizens who protested against the
proposed transfer was that the city
hIimmIiI not crlvn tin nnv of tis Dark
lnnds or playgrounds under any clr- Girl, 19, YOUtll, 24, Met Wheil
He Was Employed in Wil
The romance that Is to culminate
In the mnrrlago of Miss Alicia du
Pont, heiress of ono of Amcrlca'b
greatest fortunes, to Harold Sanford
Qlendcnnlng, a Rhodes scholar of
modest means from Norwalk. Conn.,
peni an onu argument, say nK M where his father was a rural mall
familiar with tho navy's position. 0lrt'rler untn 1,13 dcath B0Vcn yeara
Gen. George A. Wingato and rep- "8. "as been uuaaing cignicen
rcsentatlves of many civic organlza- months.
Hons protested against tho proposed Glcndcnnlnc wns first introduced
transfer. They also protested against to M, du pont durlnB tho war when
tU. . . 4 At... l.n nUivHAll Ilia
park to tho Government nnd buy ; ' ...
lands for nark purposes somcwhore ln '"'bi.ui " uuuiuwi.
else. qualntanccshlp soon ripened Into
"To nsk tho city to give up this
park tract, simply because Congress
will noa appropriate money to buy
another site for a naval air stutlon. Is I
an exhibition of sublime cheek," do-
JAPAN'S NATIONAL DEBT
Yrn l,:WU.Olt5,()0O Tlrjimrnls 1'or-
rnn il.onns, la Annnuncrniriil
TOKIO, May 13. (Assotatt'd I'ress)
Japan's total national debt amounted at
the end of March to yen 3,j(3,S0a,SiCl, of
which yen 1.339,015,000 rQrcscnted p;nr:r; prinirin" RPDOrt
foreign loans, according to flKurcs pub- "inailCierb rrep.lllUfc IvCJJUI I
llshed by the eopartment of Klnanco.
An company! with teumary fl(ruri-s,
the March total shows on Increasa of I
yen 22.SS6.000 in tho domestic loans nnd
h Uecrc.iso of yen 3,355,000 In foreign
friendship, although the announce
Hear Admiral James M. Glennon,
retired, who originally started the
movement for tho acquisition of part
of Jacob Rlls Park by the Govern
ment, and CapU C. T. Vogelsang,
commandant of t,ho Third Navnl Dis
trict, represented tho navy before
the commission. They did not pro
PARIS, Juno S. Trial qf Madame
Mario Bessarabo, poetess and play
wright, known as tho "female Lan-
dru," and her attractive daughter for in the play In tho thousand guineas
Estimate to-morrow, for tho appoint-1 th nroh.slft nnnrator of the- basaen- Who murder of tho former's husband. S'f tournament here, was eliminated
mem oi a spegmi .wraiiras ci mo I ger tunnel, Cahlll said ho would not Georges, opened to-day. Tho body was to-day by A. G. Havers of England.
Uoara to meei me irnnsu v-ommis-1 ravor ticlng up any runner wun me i ,. . ,.,. H ,,, He defeated Hutchison by one hole.
biuii wiuuuw vn luoLuw r.--v..i T " ' . " i xrw n,i-ft,D j,i liuicnison s ticieai cumo in mo
the best and quickest means of rapid. It la-unnotlcod r tot round of the tournament. In
transit for Statcn Iaianu. 1 . . nrArt ..m MV days. brilliant weather he and Havers be-
Trftolf!pnt f?fi'hlll,l nMiirnnnn nf ma. I . u .. t t ..1.1 I Mnrlfirrfn nPSJlfl.rn.bo. it Wns fllnnlnRorl. I . i i it..i- v..u
w i ninn thA 'I'mnBir i omm bh un w u u ' - m pnn xitav in men iiiaiuii uciui o u, m.
operation was provoked by a question favor must be on a basis of a five- WM previously accused of tho mur- j cilery. W
u n..ii,n.i Jr.nth, Kr UBl nusoanu, i nui - , ,
ouu., "b -- ... . l.t.rn,,-. hv wmiwt ripnth . oho nil. I ttuicnison iaia nis secona snoi xo
dent Georgo Cromwell, whp, after lis- "!?r. u. "M, rovldPs for tulned a fortune of more than 1.000,- tho first green, four yards from tho
tcnlng to Mr. Cahill's plea for har- iu u t,,nnnl. nM the "OO francs. I in. nn(i .anit i,ls nutt. taklnir ihn
mony and peace by and between the peoplo of Staten Island believe the At the opening of "tho trial tho lcnd Httvers ,loled a four yard putt
Doard or Estimate and the Transit Uoard of Estimate's plan wouia nave . - , rtlered Jacaues adtt the third, squaring the match, and
Commission, asked Mr.-Cahlll to use cosier sledding before the Board of she hart murdered 'u dmltted i .
his Influence with the Board of Estl- Estimate when it came to oDtatning ";"-"i'i' "" i-"
mntn to co.onernte. fn.nr.. fn thn nnst of construction, m a irunK, out tmimcu scii-ueiense. SOn missed nn opportunity at Uie
. . .
"You can bet I'll do that." rejoined Senator Smith was assured by the fane ts ncrenuea ay mo same lawyer flfth to drftW up even The holo
tne uorougn L-rcsiaeni, ana unairmnn commission inni tne ouncu isiaim -v,. . h , d , h rpmalned ono down.
KfAn.r i ,.,,. I. , n In hn mm. Tho nollce theorv. of which thev nnlvea anu ne remalnea on0 aown.
Cahlll, that is what I call progress."' mission's list of major rapid transit clnlm to hove proof, is that Madame Both played the sixth badly, Haver
The Borough Pros dent's chance of imnrovements. ' tiessaraio strucK ner nusuana on tne putting nis secona in tne mimcer
attitude was reflected in .a similar I A large delegation from Ft. Hamll- head and stunned him while sleeping, wnie Hutchison pulled his second
.1 I- ! .1 ii ....- I . . . . r, thsn ahnf lilm In llio Inmnln Willi r
uiiuiiku in iiivj omire uwuiunuu, wiucn ton, ICO Dy Tnomns I. riuuooii, v.. v.. ..... .. vnrrt i-rniui thp rnilrsn Th Amir.
was until then, with but n few ex-lpenred to favor either the freight or the help of her daughter, the body y"crM' e "u"e' The Am
ccntlons. openly hostile to tho com- ho nnPnirpr routes or both, so long was tied and crammed into the trunk, lean had a good lie, however, while
mission s pian. I as they Included the f t. wamuion uie wumcu wur acvuiui nuuio i iinvers iook two snots in tne ounKers
. . 1 1 . . . . .. n 1 . I Vn.wlHM 1n.n I n-i ll.lln lln.n. -. In. '.I ,
An oujournea nearinir to souna ine I i,-tinn nr iirnnKivn. Heverai sycunuu i jishik .i ..nt. nw.vmw.b xjcod.u. - i nn,i n .u- n,, m.
..ntlm.n, nt U n , lBnn,tn .! I . . 1 1 . 1,. ..ll.ln,-. I 1 fl n 1 1 VV f i 1 1 H I Jl tl H HI I P f I H I' 1 1 ! M flllfldfinl
Dvuum.ti. uwivtl taiuuuia tuwuiu I irom I I. nam IU 1 B IURU 'I I I 1 I n.J, . , T T . . 1. 1 " , .
f,- ..! ,., . . . , I . " . . ..... . t ..,, ,lnnrti.r tn Nnnnv nn hiwlnPOH Thov he hole Was Hutchison S BJtd the
. 1 H (1 .ha TJtiffw annn I t . . . ..I . tlin Ii-nlirth I Til !1 1 1 Ol 1 inn I f 1 1 1 (' r JII1M ri'MHtMl 1(1 I I H' III - I ' ' " - t .
v.. , minimi oiai-en jsmnu ciitun.uu . - ------ --- -- - - - ,,,.,. , , .nlu v
ALLIES AT ODDS,
mcnt of tho engagement- Monday was held to-day by the Transit Com- Avenue subway extended down in Bay selves and went boating on the Lake lutcnison won by gn.
i o Kab. a mission and the attendance was pleas- Bldge to 9Cth Street, where they want of Knghlen with a gay party ot tint down a long putt, but lost the
came as a distinct surprise to the n . mtM.ptntv f .,, m ..'"T.w" , ni.t,mnn,i friends. xt hole. 1
friends of both. In comparison to the meaere number p-orm.r. Aomhlvmen Krnest V. That evening the women returned Up to the turn Havers had been
Neither Miss du Pont nor Glen- who attended tho previous hearing. Frerlchs and Frederick S. Burr asked to the apartment and slept tranquilly content to hold Hutchison off the
a i i i ai i -mere were over a nunarea m-tsent. nn .v .n.inn nt h i--niirtn Avenue i in "-" nueia uciowiuuu uuu mm --, wumc no t
. ' T. ... headed by Borough President Matthew Unhwnv fo nfith Street. Ft. Hamilton, killed nnd in the same room with the ter distance through all the long
tno ran oi uiu, wnen bouj saiiea ioi j 01. othors tnch,ded Mtt ., ,,, Ktntpn ,slBnd tunnel is body In the tiunk. The trunk was not holes and won the eleventh and the
Europe on tne Aquiiania one to lane Thatcn, Chairman of the Staten iif nnt nifhnmrli both of them shipped until tho next day. To dis- tnirteentn. urlving wildly, however.
un voice culture and he his studies Island Civic Tunnel Committee: A. It. n.t mniciA sntisfactlon with arm any suspicions of neighbors, he lost the next two and the matoh
t OTfnrrf Mi, rtn Pnnt hn. hn Smith, Chairman of tho Staten Island ih nmnnsnl to construct a tube to Madame Bessarubo even hat at the went to tht- eighteenth.
in liaiy most 01 me ume since, ai-lmlttco. Georn.a e. niaekhurnn. ... v,. tenslblv awaltlnc the return of llcr v.intnirn from Hip p his hnt l.mrl-
though she has been for the laatltary of tho Staten Island Citizen's I .... r nt nnn.il to a husband. I Inir well onto the irreen. Hutchison A
month In London. Tho marriage has! Committee: former finnntnr nnH rtn I . , ...... u .,nn,i ,.,l,u, I Madame Bessnrubo claims that her m.nrt n prs.it nffnrt tn nvo t.hi'
been set for June 28 In St. Paul's, lough President Georgo Cromwell. nud been a hostile audience Into a husband, who was a prosperous busi- match by an extremely long putt, but
Knlghtsbrldge. Senator C. Ernest Smith. Hugo I -iohi nn ness man with interests In Mexico, the ball curled around the hole and
Miss du Pont is a stepdaughter ol Behrend, President of tho Union n-.u m it PMirmnn n,r,d ti, had borrowed nearly all her fortune iiTVnr won hv nnn un. Th viator
Alfred I. du Pont. She Is a daugbtei Transportation Co; Louis L. Trlbus, Ludloncc that the engineers havo nd- of a million francs and lost It In was promptiy congratulated by the
' "' a "i 1 1 oiuicn joiuuu ouu- 1 vised that freight and passenger serv- 1 prcumuuu, mui mcj - 1 American.
nentea a consiaoraoio ionune upon way committee, ana capt. Harry ,co , the tubo won't do, and lowing her tnreat to cease lurnisning Mnyo defeated t. Williamson of
her death two years ago. She is Glbbs. Chairman of the Citizens' Com- expres.SC(i agan the hope that the city money nnd he attneked hqr. In self- NoUlnBnam three up and ono to play.
I .j h nnnrH nf Ratlmntn wolllrl ict uciciioi! one buui. inui. ui.o .ii.u.i.ui.io 1 .nrt K rkwnnl flefcntea LiOcnart Ot
j.o uuuienue wua uiviueu in usil,n ,, wnPi, ,.. KQme sort n mai nor auuKiuur nou uuuiiim iu uu aienene es four un and three to olay.
Iir.,..nn.. 1. .... . V. - I V I ...l.l. U. .. 1 11..,- .1 n ,1 1. .1 .1 (iMi 1 11 I ' - . .
l-ii.ii.iviii.ij uuinccu iiiusu lynu ittvui I 0.i,.,i nf Ihn nrnh m.
till? IJiuiiuauu viky uuill luillici OL com-
elghtcen and Glcndennlng Is twenty
GERMAN LOAN PLAN
to Reparation Commission
to This Effect.
"but with tho personal touch they
maintain with tne party leaders ana
9-4, with the rank and file of voters. They
W- ' don't have to throw up straw to find
mt s out which yay tho polltlcaj wind is
'" blowing, because they know bow son
'-- tlment stands, for they help to make
But Mr. Hylan went aftor Gov
Miller for his veiled attacks on him
r the night beforo. He mentioned the
!-.. . Governor by name to .tho editors on
:: ono occasion and thereafter ulludcd
to him as n speaker beforo tlio Mayors
' Conference. That the Mnyor had in
t , mind himself as the candidate to op
". i pose tho Governor in the' fall seemed
!'. "-obvious to the editors when he re
y Y .-.-leased this paragraph:
iiim,. npon1 of this RtfttA at cn-
FjjiW " titled to havo the. Issue framed against
JOov. Miller clearly stated nnu as
clearly reflected In the record nnd
y- personality of the man named to op
r -pose, him. The statement of the
'principles of tho peoplo In the Re
.publican and Democratic Parties In
opposition to corporato control of the
.' State must have the sanction of a
.leadership and of candidates to carry
'out such principles."
HA8 BEEN SOUNDING UP-STATE
That Mayor Hylan had looked for
ward to the Mayor's conference In
Poughkeepsle as a sounding board
for his 'aspirations to the Democratic
nominations tor Governor leaked out
' hero yesterday when It wus made
known that he had been sounding
Democratic leaders up.t&tute on vari
ous Issues, filled with- prescience.
which must be fought out before the
people tn the fall. Quo of these Is
the hydro-electric problem. The peo
plo up-State are pretty well divided
,vn that proposition, for many of them
:eee In the legislation enacted In the
-.. ' .last session anu lavorca vy uqv. un
fl "ler cheaper rates for lighting and In
''nil other channels wherein electricity
l(s'emptoyed; a. check on the corporate
"'Interests against which Mayor Hylan
ilnveigbs. The Mayor didn't proclaim
'-.boldly against the proposition, before
. the editors. He gave the Impression
that he was still sounding out th
'doctrine, and be didn't get much ap
plauie when he said
"What Of the water-power leglsla
the Stato of Now York to tho Water
Power Trust and has removed hopes
foi years tn cume of cheap light, heat
and power for tho peoplo of the State.
Was that a fair, and honest settlement upon the form of their report to this
by business men In broad-gauge etfCCt, which will be submitted to the
PARIS, June (Associated Press),
AH idea of nn International lean to
Germany hns been given up by the
Committee of Bankers
They nre meotlng to-day to agree
Tho Mnyor told the rdltors that na-
tlonal und Stuto legislation is belnc Tho work 01 iorm.mi.ms u.o re
- , . ...
written in terms of spec.ul privileges, port, It Is stulea, may tawe two or
but that tho tide of progressive do- thrco sittings
inocrucy uemocrucy 111 wie oroaacr . lrfin nt thn rnmmlllnn I
KpnHiw. In 11 tr 11 In rimnlni? Mtrnnr Hit I WUI"
told how Indiana hud repudiated New that two things aro fundamental to a
and voted for Beverldge and for the Moan: First, unanimity among tho
progressive principles "with which ho lenders, which were to Include all
fanned Into a flamo the smouldurlnK I countries represented on the Repaia-
populur resentment ucalnst rcuctlon." Hons Commission; second, mat tlio
He hioKe also or I'tncliot b victory ml credit basis of ucrinany mviai uo out-
'cnnsyivanla, btunuing on u .Hutform lined clearly.
of bettor schools, tax reform. Justice Tho bankers look upon the commls-
for the veterans and a return to pop- s0n's reply to their recent note as an
ulur government, with municipal home nmcial declaration tnat unanimity
rule, and wound up with tho victory An0. bt exist, nnd tneretoro plans lor
ol smith W. .irooKo in tna Kepubllcun a ionn cannot bo ndvlsca.
primaries ot towa
LAID AT REST W TH
blned freight and passenger tubes
and those who favor the Transit Com.
mission's proposed rapid transit pas
senger tube or tho alternato one, but
both ot which are designed to go from
Bay Ridge to Staten Island.
.Daniel L. Turner, Consulting Engi
neer ot the commission, explained
the purposes of the commission's
routes. He showed on a map how it
would bo possible to go from Staten
Inland to Times Square in 39 minutes
George Cromwell, who was tho only
with the shooting and knew notiung Arnaud Mnssv of France defeated
of It until her arrest, Tom Kln of , Uoyal West Norfolk
Thf circumstance,.pf the death of C) b flve nnd tlir(0 to pln... Qcken-
hcr first husband convince tho au- (lcn of Rnines Park defeated G. Smith
thoritlcs that she murdered him foi of T,o!)Remouth two and one; Johrt
his fortune. At the time tho verdict Henry Tayior of Mid-Surrey defeated
was suicide. Jacques was found ut v..k nosJl of Adlnirton four and
his desk at homo with a bullet through ,. r,pnr,. nunenn of Haneerhlll
tt j his temple. and the revolver lying on defeatfd Uobert Mclnnes of Whtta
Property Owners Are rlcara the desk. There was a letter which Cra)frs nt the 20th hole; Abe Mltchel!
1... rVmm cc nn ..I Wf ie pouco now u.iim wun nwniw nf North Fore and defeated r . C
uv wuiiniiino.w.. v fniwl nnnniinr-lnir his intention to "... ...j.,, .
I JPWeil Ol iurill iiiniuirauA i.u Any
IN TRANSIT SERVICE
hulclle owing to business worries. nne; nay Oxhey defeated McNeil of
rr,v.. t., ,h. nivn n.nnin Madam Bes&arabo wrote under tr.f ..., prtnisli one un. and ComDton-
1 "ra h . pen-name ot "Hlra Mlrtcl" ami lH ,PfPated Vardon one up. 4fi
iker at the previous hearing, re- Transit system, rebarUinK quite well known In literary circlcb in ,n tho Bec0nd round. J. Anderson ofW
appeared to-day to urgo the construe- and equipment, was resumed to-day Paris. She is tho uuthore.vs ot nine perth defeated Havers ono up.
defeated Duncan one up, Ock-
Icfcated Taylor two und one
M. M. Smith, representing tne - . " , "..- ana u. uaau 01 wmuhiuiii uau
Marines and American Legion Hon of tho Transit Commission's tun- at Transit Commission offices be- books and had one play produced in Mltchell
r- , , . . . nel. . itti. Purls by a dramatic society. One of . H,, ,
ESCOrt Body Of "American Ho explained, as did Mr. Turner t0 Scrrc ta?! nBrG Jnnt ' the hcr books ot Putry wtH P"i and C. '
land Chairman McAnony,
I city plan of a co
luv.u.?. timv mo Pronertv owners' Association of
inl nm ttvilrrlil nnrl 1 ...
- .u...u...vU ...t,,.. """ coney Island, asked for slight im-
jjussenger iininei was not praciicauie, 1 .- ( ,
11TTSBURGH, June 8. Thousands! as it did not provide for rapid tran-
nrovementB in coiuiuuiiuun nun,, ..n ,...i,i. ,,,,,1 r,n.
of spectators lined tho route of Lillian sit. but rather for railroad freight ttat after leavln- Point nucnliy neiu acaneos in ner luxur.
. nnrl mllrnnH nnmuinrpni lmt nut 1 11 1 alter itu iu nuiiuus nportments at which sue some
nussell's funeral here this afternoon and railroad passengers, but not cars passengers bound for Manhattan tlmes octcd as wdium j;he en
ran d transit nassensers. ns defined I .. cui. mes ucitu as meaium. . m. m
paying their last tribute at the cata-.' ,n Vrn.,l n,,-",.,,.. must wain uownsuuia iu tcrtained extensively and held a
falque of "Fair Lillian." A conference, "around a table." with w.e Av.C"U. "Jri.i" - " I ! wcek!y. :'llterary salon" at .,ler-hom!
n-.. i t.j , t..., . a upstairs iur a iu6 at wiucn numbers of writers nna
..w ,,.v.v... ..o ,uu " 1 """"" nei-t tvlth trains such as sea ueacn, ,
. . I I t 1 ... I t II - I - . . . I WUi-H1 1,111.11.1 1.11.
mcnt oi tne unueu Btates Marino .......u,.i.0 Wcat End and othors. He tnougnt Durlnff the searches following the
Corps, In which she held the rank of suggested by Mr. Cromwell, who a 8hort platform Bhauid bo built to crlmo tl. polco foulld a mlmber 0f
Gunnery Sergeant during tho war. urged that differences between the M Ho also suggested more nnhiishf.rt nrtinlPs on rminiHin and
Stalwurt marine, accompanied the cus- two bodies be forgotten In tho Inter- trulns for Manhattan bo started dur- un uneompletcI book which Madame
nui ua iiuii .v.n umi an u ui luiu cam u4 in k.u..i..k lu. iUiC inf- working hours and two uckui HesHjiabo had planned to publish
in the Moore family vault In-Allegheny and. agents ma'ntained during rush hours 300n. -During tho long Imprisonment
emotery "ring squaa ot legion vet- utiairman MCAneny expressed a at BUitwell Avenue terminal. she has written several poems. In
ernns fired three volleys. willingness to pursue Mr, Cromwell's Kdwards A. Roberts. Chief of the aniearnnce Mndnmo Hessarubo Is a
i..c "" soiuary wreawi, suggestion ana saia mat previous Commission's Transit Rureau, spoke handsome statuesque woman of forty-
inc Bii 'i"uu "nu jurs. attempts to conter win tne uoaro ot tho nosslblllty of mak'ng service SCven years. Her daughter is a
Harding, i ioroi tributes from nota- 0f Estimate on trnnslt matters were on BUrfaC0 lines more attractive to pretty dark-haired girl1, i
mcs uiruuoiiuui. mo oriu uiteu ui: futile, but tne commission was still draw patronage from rapid transit One of the Interesting points of the
home. I ready nnd willing to do whatever u .nM thorn nin sect 6ns in I trinl iu whMliei- llin nmsnrat on will
Notables of the stage and persons I wn. necessary to brine- ranld transit I n'',.i.. ...i Brrnm Unm nould I Humnmi ihn n-iilllniinn n nu, nnnaltv
. u ,il!,., f nr. i.-a m.ll. .. . ... . - . u' " .- r
iiuui un "o iiauncu iiiiuu to Miaten ismna. i ,.t.. ohnrt nnuis rrom ran a 1 tor a woman.
Church and heard the Iter. Edward Max Thaten said that Mr. Crom- ,,Dit ih thnn thev do at present.
h. Travers, who officiated at the ser- wen dDes not represent tho sent!- Kssentlals of good service on surface TOT-IN C HAVFMFYER
vices, dwell on Miss Russell's sue- U,nt nf Rtntnn Islanrt. that Mr. L ..nrth.rt n.- J-Tll'N nrtVClVlC I CP.,
in Mexico Liiy in ijio ami nuu Massy three nnd one.
large saie in i ranee. TnB K,ri,wood. the Australian onen
one was ...au inicrvsivu i:vu"iy ,,,,1nn nliminated in tho aao.
HYLAN DESIRES ONE FRENCH LOAN FOR
DAY SET ASJDE FOR
Fivn Million r rane Issue
Will Raise Total lo
PARIS, June 8 (Associated Press),
-Another Interior loAn of 4,000,000,-
000 to 6,000,000,000 francB will bo
cesses on me stage ana in me woi.a i nromweil was not present nt tneli?i .v.. ntrvaiH between cars
and the exemplary conduct ot her meeting at which the Staten Island I .hnuM h absolutely regular; second.
private lire. I Subway committee passed a resoiu- dpar;n 0f cars and scats shouia be
Secretary of Labor James J. Davlsluon endorsing the so-called "HylanlH,,ri, secure comfort for every
waB an honorary poll bearer. Others tunnel" as the quicker and more ex-1 passenger! third, cars should operato
were Senator Hiram Johnson, Con-1 pedlent remedy for rapid transit for wttli maximum speed consistent with
gressman Stephen Porter, William A. I Stuten Island. He showed the com- safety; fourth, Intervals between cars
Magec, Mnyor ot ritisourgn, ana mission a ioca.i curiuun in oiuica m-1 should be frequent.
So Mnnv After Iliiu 'lliut
lie Feels Like Giving
Them u Reception.
As Major Hylan entered his office
this morning a process server hand- noalcd e),ortly to continue for lecon-
ed him a copy of an order from the I 8tructlon in devastated regions, the
Appcllato Division requiring thn Cablnt-t was told to-day by Finance
i i ... i . ... Mlnlstttr Do IJistcync.
$1,500,000 to meet payrolls nnd ex- .,.,,, ti,0 speclnl leconstructlon
pcnKCH of the Transit Commission .,,ft, nrPdlt Nntlonalo.
until tne cna or trie present year . ,.. wlll ralBe to about 20.-
Icsterday tho Mayor voted against . nnn ,,.!inrH ,ho monev born.wc.l
the appropriation In a committee of V ., rn- rr-ronRtructlon. In
the wholo mietlng of the Hoard of t, ' t0 about 00.000.000,000 froncs
JMtlmnle. A formal vote on tho P- J"1 for tho same purpose, derived
proprlatlon will bo taken to-morrow JJ"1 , KoVKC, such as short
at uio it-guiar inciung ot tno ooaru. "-. . .infnnso bonds
It wna K.llil In.ilnv tlint Ihn Ati. I"-""
pellato Division of tho Supreme
Court would have the right to In.
d'.rluuauy noia in contempt any
mrmber of tho Hoard of ICstlinnte
who might vote against tho court
order, even though there be enough
afflrmatlvo votes in tho Estlmnte
Hoard to-morrow to pass the $1,600,-
"There are so many process servers
haunting City Hnll lately." said the
Mayor, "that think It might be well
WOMAN AND MAN SHOT
IN A HU 1 .L KUUM
ATLANTIC CITY, June 8. Mrs. I-ola
r-.i. iiuvli-H. wliii imi been llvlne
nimrt from her husband, U hellnvrd to
be dying from a bullet wound tecelved
to-day In a room at the Marshall llulol
,M"h'. mlil the doIIco she wus eliot by
mm, who was in the room with her ami
who uftenvard "hot himself Tho
name i iiru.-iiiiui. lineuex
Howard Chandler Christy.
EX-SUGAR, MAN, DIES
Civic Worker Was Son of
Former Mayor William
F. Havemeyer. -
John C. Havemeyer, who twenty
years ago abandoned the sugar busl-
ond round by Compton, who defeated i
Vardon in the first round. Compton '
won from Kirkwood two up and onej I
DRTAN On June T, 1922. at hT noma, Ms,
34SA Lfrtt ., Brooklyn. ANN
TOANCES DRTAN, widow of E4nr4 j.
Bryan. Bha la aunived by two daughUri,
Mra. John Cowan and Aucuit O. Bryea, j
and thraa aona, John J., Edward J. sod r
Funeral on Friday from har home a
S.30 A. M. theaoa to Church ot th NaUr
ltT. Claaaon av. and Madlaon UL, Brao
lyn, nhara a man of raijulam wtll ba
offered at 10 A. Ii. Interment Carter
CAUEV-H OBERT B. OAMPBELI, TO-
NEUAI. CHUIICII. Friday, IF, U.
UAVKMEYEB. At Tonkera. N. T., JOHN
CRAIG, eon ot the late Mayor William
V. Havemeyer and Barah Craig Hera- j
meyer. In hla 60 th year. I
Funeral service at hie lata residence, No. '
ns I.amartlne av.. Yonkers. Baturdar
morning at 10.30 o'clock. Train leariflj. j
urniiu ici i . i .i .j . . . lui.. h,i.. ... gal
8. BO A. M.. Eailern atandard time, wlli".
be met at YonKera station, iniermeni
IN 24 HOURS IS
land depicting tho Transit Commls-1 u .rlrlpd that over loads on BUrfaco
alon and the Muyor belaboring euh L,. .hmiiit vmt exceed 6Q per cent.
other with shovels. . r nnRxemrers over seats In the 1 ness because, he snld, he could not
.ii. .i .. ... . l.l 1. . ppn I . 1 . m I .... . ... . . i I 1 1 i ii
iiiuiiui'ui inuiin-iij con, ma iuu-UHUai two-man ciobbq tar. i-ui yfiu isee nis "way cicar to lean a unnsiuui -i -
sit Commission has no quarrel with ca, i,0 ald. there should bo a seat ,lfe wmo ut thc same t,mc boosting I M- o'"1 " ' M- lau Vv- 41i " "oom B-
ntiLP WANTED FEMALE.
UAI.KSOIIlLS to demonstrate line ot toilet
prcimratlona, etirclal qualifications, young,
n. i.'. . an prient-ttti. tn drug stores
department stores or beauty shops selling;!
hdluiy una rummiesinii. Atiiy oetwreii 11
I ......I.. . 1. tm nNitinrail In trn n li 11 . . .1 I . . . . I ir null liniira Tin
GERMAN'S DREAM and gTvVrap.dt rlce of thc sweetening of the
to tinve a certain duy s.-t aside on t., Vinr..inn Pa
Hon which has turned over the great- which I could sit in the public recep- ije la recovering from hla wound and
er part of the water power lights of tlon room and await subpoenas. ' has refuted to maka a auxiement.
Only Requires Lifting of Al
lied Han on Teuton
GENEVA. June .
America will be able to road'
all tho principal European news
papers within three days ot their
publication and letters will take
six days for transit between Ar
gentina and Europe, Instead of
twenty-nine, when tho Allies raise
their bMi on the manufacture of
aircraft In Ocrmany. Tills Is the
promise attributed to Herr Borr,
director of tho Zeppelin works at
He plans to launch nn airship
with a cnpnclty of 100.000 cublo
metres, equipped with rng.nes de
veloping 3.000 horsepower and ca
pable of flying from Munich to
Chicago In twenty-four hours.
as soon as it can. He eald the com-1 should be a maximum of : per cent, I cotTeo o fthe poor," died cany inn
mission wants to build tho rapid tran- excess of passengers over scats. 1 morning at his home in Lamartlne
sit tube alongsldo tho proposed Avenue. Yonkers. In his ninetieth
freight and passenger tunnel. ATTEMPT TO WRtLK. year.
Mr. McAneny explained that the . . . . rrn a .t Mr. Huvemevcr. whose father. Wll-
frelght tubo proposed by the city wlll NEW MAVEilN 1 KIi( lnm v Havemeyer, was Mayor of
take A 3 per cent, grade while the New York In 181S-'49, had been ill
passenger tubo will tako a 4 per cent. p:n,l TVil'l Man After Hit- week. In Inter, years he devoted
grade upon reaching the mainland. 1 1,111 : ,JT. i , himself to preaching nnd was frc-
Presldent qahlll spoke "as a native ting lies Wired to qucntly hennl In Methodist pulpits.
Staten Islander" and sa'd tho people! Track. I Hla QUtspoken opposition to Huncmy
of Staten Island were anxious fori " jgolf at lia.st ono golfer wns arrested
ranld transit, but also were equally rA VIKLSON. Conn., June 7, Anion Mr. Havcmeycr's -complaint gave
as anxious to get the benefits of .. . , ,vreck a northbound train Yonkers ono of Its occasional sensa
frelght traffic which would enhance aUompl 1 " ,. tlons.
- a . .... - Ana- t fll H. j.ia-:w iiui vu hiiu I . aaiA
uiniitn isinnit lnrtustr-aiiv nnn cnm.i"" mo i lie was one or I ne orcauir.oi n ui nm
merclally. Ho congratulated the Hartford Railroad was made late to- Metropolitan Museum of AM. charter
Transit Commission on its expressed I nii-ht lietween Wauregan and this member of the New York Historical
. . ... . IH'bHfc krfc." un.M.. ..ii... l II,. V f r A
iii in spp niaien iHiann irr-i ni . ...t.i.t. ...i ininmivij aim utt id in. im; . -
" - - - - ' I nin KAVftll lies WllHill ncii .TIlM 1 I ... ..... ... . . 1
freight tunnel as well as a passenger ' , hv . N. r on nnu tne uivic league. me tiuu-.-.
L .i itr rahlll sa'-d the Trnn.it tho track were Btruck by a New Lon- wll, ,)0 hm u, , mt0 ,eH,de,,ce.
Commission has been badly mlsrep. dnn to Worcester train. No cars were No. 58 l.jmartlno Avenue, at 10:30
,onno,1 nn belns onnoaed to n nr.rnllr.it and tlie irain wan uruuBin o'ciuck on nuiuruuy. lie m suiw.....
.iv. t..nnt I. .itiiin n short distance. I hv his widow, two daughters. Mm
iruiBiiv ."v.. in niwi- ii . ..,1 ,,n,l
Mr. Cahlll did not agree with When trainmen examined m i 'in. ".",.. ,'
,i..i ., M. tiir .viz. in. ,m Had neen tne ma nglfii m rs. inumua niome -ji nn:
.! . p - .v. ,-ir- I.. .-- - - ... . I.. ..,. nf
nark that the Hoard of E imate Dody of i man auout sixty i-ai n ..iu u.. u,lc -u..., , . .. ...
Could have nothing to do with the was found. State and railroad police Ardsley.on.the.Hudson, and elcn
xlsting Brooklyn Kaptd Transit and were called to investigate.
LOST. F6UND AND REWAftoR
tA'H'f In vtLiuUy uf Bt. Itl Huivl. iad
no uUt-alloiH atiUed
It Unrar. nth .
COMri.i:TU til ut utflce furnltuit- In best
oiulltlou fur sill, vviy theuu, Kouin 430,
Notice to Advertisers
-t)lirlir lairnlilns noe r odt ihd rilriM orders
for rltsrr ilir aeik tlir Uomlnl World or Tae
iiimNig woiiq ii reorueix enrr i r. u. ine oer
prirt-illiik publfritlon tea be uimtvd onlr tl
tliire miv ptnnll nd In Oldfl of rrcrlpt st Tk
Wurld Olflit rony roatilnlue entitilmi to be
mtde b The World mutt be rrcetrtd or 1 I. U.
l)lllir adririiiut trp ropy for tht Supple,
nrnt Srrtloni of Tbf Sundi) World mutt be
r. .i n. it by 1 p I Thui-Jiy pr i-ralni publlfs
llon iinl trlme mutt be rrrrltrd br i P. U.
Krldar. roiiv roduiLiui rn,rtrlni to be atde
b) Tiit World uum bi received br Tburtdtr oooo.
Simdir Mln h,ft ropr, irp rocr wMcb tti
not ht-rn rrclrrd b 4 P. tt. Fridtr. tad ea
trn in rop) srilrb tias not been rtrclird la taa
Puliiii-tilun otflre br 1 I' If. rrtdiT. and potlttta
Inwrllon ordtn not rnrlrrd bj i p. It. Vrtdti.
vlll be omliird n nndutoai rraulre. rlftdlr la
tbe oidrr of Itttal receipt and potltlte reuasa
Pltpltr "pr or ordert nlrtird leter tn asPU.
Bimir, wn.n oraiiira wui not sen ui
...ii tuwuuu pi tar catucur. coatraet i