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bK UNA BUKUUIiH HEAD o KIN Die To-Nlght't Weather FAIR; COLD, To Morrow' Weather CLOUDY: WARMER. WML EDITION EDITION "Circulation Books Open to AIL" "Circulation Books Open to All." VOL. LXIII. NO. 22,234 DAILY. Copyright (New Tork World) Vrtn rublUhlns Company. ItWS. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1922. r.nlnril u Srrnnd-rinas Mnllrr Vint Office. New lurk, V V. PRICE THREE CENTS SIN HWML It THRONGS SEE WOMAN DIVE UNDER SUE WAY E REPARATIONS PLAN Morgan Statement Shows Clearly Terms to Be Met to Secure Big Loan. .'ALL RESTS WITH PARIS. 'Answers "Irreconcilablcs," Who Fight Gpvernment Interference in Europe. 7 By David I vwrencc. (Special Correspondent of The Eve ning World.) WASHINGTON. Dee. 19 (Copy 1 right). J. P. Morgan's statement ' that ho told tho German Ambassador that prospects of u loan from Inter national bankers were no better to- jday than they were last June lias ) cleared tlio ulr of rumors and fantas tic thoorioa of American aid to Europe. f Mr. Morgan said whut the Depart ment of State was unabto to pay In unswer to tho unfounded fears of tho "Irreconclllables" and others who be , lleved Home radical departure In .Amerlran policy was forthcoming. liut Mr. Morgan's unnuuneeinent really has another plgnlflcance. It means that he lias told Franco that aid from the Allied bankers cannot bo given unless the program drawn up by tho International Hankers." Commltteo lust . June Is revived. " Tho key to the future lies In the carofully worded document Issued then by Mr. Morgan and his col leagues. Will Franco permit lici member of the Heparation.s Commis sion to vote w'th tho majority and. Is buo a unanimot'o invitation to a bank ers' committee acain to devise ways and means of assisting tnc General economic situation in Europe? The bankeia In June. Incurred the disfavor of tho French by pointing out tho obvious though unwclcomo fact that until Micro was bonio mod eration on tho part of France toward tho enforcement clauses of tho Ver satile!! Treaty and Hnnio limitation of Germany') liability was made consis tent with tho opinion of Investors throughout tho Allied world, it was hopeless to talk loan. Tho United States Government is not a paity to these Informal negotia tions of tho bankers. Mr. Morgan vent nbroad as privato citizen and .with no commission, official or unoffi cial, from tho American Government. Ho woo Invited to sit with tho inter national Bankers' Commltteo and ren der advico to tho Reparation Com mission. A dispute aroso as to tho toxt of the Invitation to the bankers. the English and French wording being (Somewhat nt variance. Anyway, tho French saw tho Bankers' Committee ns a body attempting to usurp tho itxunciions or ino ucpanuion commls- V- i .. t , . , rmon uuu ua I'liucuvuruiti 10 decrease Germany's reparation liability. Under such circumstances, tho Bankers' Commltteo accomplished nothing ex. eept to set forth to tho world its views, which are as valid to-day as they were then: Unquestionably tho United States (Continued on Kighth Page.) mm franc SEEKING TO MODIFY 4Jeath at Last Separates Man, 106, And Wife, 96, Awaiting Poorhouse "The Hand of God" Wails Disconsolate Old Lady Who Objected to Removal From Home. (Special From a Staff Corretpondent of The Evening World.) PATCHOGUE, L. I Dec. 19."Ifs the hand of God; It's tho hand of God." A broken-down old woman who admits ninety-six ycurs s:ts to-day locklnc dolorously hack and forth and wailing brokcn-heartodly over the ytiody of ner husband, ton years hor pulse gave up tho struggle last night on tho evo of their removal from their home. No. 17 Mott Street. West Patrlmgue, to tho County Poor House at Taphank. Beside h'i. disconsolately alls her baby, n men buy of seventy, who at intervals witluliuws his lone aim trom Ihe shoulders of his mother to wlpo t way tho itji-s that will 'iu in his yes, Man-like, ho Is unable to con Alibi for Mohr on Murder Night Testified To by Doctor; Powell Insane in J?M, Convicts Swear f Confessed Slayer Barked Like a Dog, Five Say Widow, Completing Testimony, Declares Bruncn Drank Heavily. (6pecial From a Staff Correspondent of Tho Eevning World.) MOUNT HOLLY, N. J.. Dec. 19. Tho defenso n tho trial of Mrs. Doris Bruccn and her b. other, Harry C. Mohr, for tho murder of "Hoi est" John Bruuon, called witnesses to-day to provti nn nli-1 for Mohr aiid show that Charles Powell wa3 Insane when, ho confessed to slaying tho showman. One of tho defense's most Important witnesses In establishing an alibi or Mohr on the evening of tho murder Dr. William C. T. Paulson of Phlti dolphin, testified that on tlio night of tli-) crime ho saw Mohr at his office prior to S o'clock and that ho wus twenty or twenty-flvo minutes 'n i is ofllce. He said they went to the Barry Post of tho American Legion and that Mohr's demeanor was noti .ng out of tho Yirdlnary. Another alibi witness lor Mohr, ap pearing this afternoon, was Jules Kresgo, who testified that on the eve ning of Match 10. the time of the Hrunejj murder, he saw Harry Mohr at tho homo of tho latter's sister. Mnttle, In Philadelphia, between 7.15 and 7.20 o'clock, and again about 9 o'clock. At tho first meeting they were together about ten minutes, ho thought. Tho witness said ho lived .ibout three doors from Mattio Mohr. Tho conclusion of Mrs, Brunen'S testimony brought to tho stand tho first of tho convicts who wero In tho Burlington County Jail when Charles Powell, confessed killer of Brunen, was a fellow Inmate. Ernest L. Mayo, u "lifer," now in Stato Prison at Tren ton for murder, testified that he had talked with Powell In the Mount Holly Jail. The defense holds Powell to be of unsound mind. "I wus In his cell sevoral times," M.iyo said, "and asked him how ho wus getting on, but ho never said very much. It was at night that I hear! him. Hu barked like u dog and cried out, 'Don't touch me. Call a cop. I'm under the bathtub.' " Grover Landlb Duncan, another "lifer" from Tronton, corroborated Mayo. Ho said: "I was In the jail liore and I ulso heard Powell call: 'Help! Help! Don't hi' me with that stick. There avj men In tho back yard trying to got mo with a gun. That man, Charlie. Powell, doesn't livo hero. Ho lives next door." I heard strange noises in his cell just as If ho was hitting his head against tho wall." On cross-examination, Duncan ad mitted ho knew there wcro dogs in tho jail yard, but was suro ho knew the dirfcrcnco between Powell's "bark" and that of tho animals. Tho third convict, John Denno, n burglar, did not know anything about 1'oivel!, but said ho had heard some one screaming "I'm under the stove." Continuous titters of laughter greeted the testimony of Job Noc, a ministerial-looking Negro In gold rimmed glasses who Is serving a burglary Bentcnco in Trenton. Noo gave his testimony with all the plcas ui e of a skilled narrator. Ho en Joyed every mlnuto ho was In tho wit ness, chair. Ho has spent twenty-two years In prison so far and Is said to be flfty-slx years old. His convictions, he Bald, number "fifty or more, sah." Asked what ho heard In the Mount Holly Jail when ho and Powell were there, he said: "There was soma guy who was al ways making all kinds of disturbance, barking something llko a dog, though (Continued on Second Page.) senior, whose weakeend, run-down sole bin mother in her hour of grief. "Oli, why did I lose my temper yesterday, walls the woman, as a (Contlnuod on Second rage.) SEVEN EXECUTED F NTERFERING WITH IRISH TRANS Dublin Insurgents Renew Campaign of Bombing and Burning. DUBLIN, Deo. 19 (Associated Press). Four railway men and three laborers wero executed hero this morning for Interfering with trains in County Kildare. The seven men executed wcro cap. tured Nov. 13 by Free State troops In a house, tho locntlon of which Is un known. - With them a quantity of stolen goods, rifles and ammunition was found. The men were tried by a military commltteo and sentenced to death on the charge of train wrecking. Tho sentence was carried out nt S.30 o'clock this morning. Tho men nro reported to have been members of the Republican army. An unofllclal lonnrt 1. that tho men wcro captured in a dug out at Kilbride, near the Kit,.... bounty line, and that thev o. a column of ten operating In that district and icsponslWo for the um bush of National troops, tho destruc tion of goods shipped bv mil nrt se.zuro of materials In shops. uu umuui army report of the cxe cuttons. gives the names of the men as Stephen White and Patrick Bagnel of Kllduro, laborers; Joseph Johnston and Patrick Mangan of Kildare, rail way workers; James O'Connor of Bansha, Tlpperary, and Patrick Nolan of Kathbrldo. railway workers, and Brian Mooro of Hathbrido, laborer. They wero arrested with u number of other, at italhbrlde, in County Kil dare, says tho official icport, wliliih adds that they were found jtulltv hv a military committer- of nJsscsMng, lYnuuui. inuiiLT auinoiuy, ten lines MO rounds of ammunition, 4 bomi 1 vlth detonators, and ono exploder. Train wrecking, tho tearing up of railway tracks and the blowing up of bridges has been practiced on a largo scale by Republican sympathizers in Ireland slnco tho Irregulars besan ineir operations. This has badly dls organized tho railway system. To-day's drastic action, aimed at tho Interference; with train operation, was unuer me DianKet measure passed by tno uall Elrcann last fall, giving auinoruy to suppress disorder. Pro- vlous executions havo been In connec tion witn tno use or possession of arms, except that tho last Infliction of capital punishment, on Dec. 8, when Itory O'Connor, Llam Mcllowcs and two other Republican leaders wero executed, was officially announced as tn reprisal for the assassination of Sean Hales, tho Deputy shot the day previous. DUBLIN, Dec 19, Irish Republican insurgents renewed their warfare of incendiarism and bomb.ng last night, less than twenty-four hours after British troops wcro withdrawn from Hie Island. Two bombs wero thrown against the building housing tho Irish Indcpcn dent,, only one exploding. It blew In a doorway, as the autn-load of rebels that swept past hurling tho missies fkd. Armed men stormed and burned tho home of Gordon Campbell, ton of Lord Glonavy, tho Scnato dial, .an The houso was practlcully destroyed There was heusy filing for two hours during last night In tho north- orn suburb of Cork, tho It publicans usln- machlno gun:.. One civilian was severely wounded. AUTO NVMIIERft. The New York City auto number) (or 1823 jvm auu at 1U J.OvO. 49 COAL STATIONS OPENED LIT FOR BUYER 200 POUNDS Fuel Dispensed to All Who Cull at 70 Cents Per 100 Pounds. CHECK ON PEDDLERS. Learoyd to Demand From Each Dealer Accounting of Various Distributions. Arthur S. Learoyd, Fuel Adminis trator for tho City of New York, to day announced a list of forty-nine ellef coal stations at which "peddler pool" coal may bo bought In sacks for 70 cents a hundred pounds. As a result of a conferenco held last week between local coal dealers and officials of tho Stato and City Fuel Adminis trations arrangements have been mado tc sell stove und chestnut sizes of coal to peddlers or other consumers who will go to the relief stations and take the coal homo In 100 pound bags, but no more than 200 pounds to any ono person. , Tho relief coal stations were opened to-day and aro located us fol lows: MANHATTAN. II. Henderson Co., No. Seventh Avenue. 179 Einrutn Bros., East Itiver. Bums Bros., River. Weber, Bunk, 109th Street and 91th Street, East Lango Co., 110th Street, East River, Stephens Fuel Co., Harlem River. Burns Bros., 131th River. Burns Bros., 51th 137th Street. Street, North Street, North River. Burns Bros., Bui row Street, North River. Burns Bros., 40th Street and East River. Hugedum Brothers, 9Sth Sheet and fast River. Trinity Coal Corporation, 70th Sticet and East River Stephens Fuel Company, Pike street, East River. Burns BrOtheis. Fourth Street, East River. Stokes Coal Company, llth Sticet, East River. Burns Brothers, 37th Street. East River. Stokes Coal Company, COth Street, East River. ftokes Coal Company, S-1 Street, East Rlvor. THE BRONX. J. Morrison, Wllllamsbrldso Station New York Central R. R. John Wintjo, 236th Street and Woodlawn Station N. Y N. H. and II. R. R. F. W. Schwlers, Woodlawn Station N. Y. C. R. R. F. J. Rawlings, Van Nest Station N. Y., N. H. and II. R. It. Burns Bros., 138th Street and Har lem River. Stephens Fuel Company, L'nlonport Yard. Stephens Fuel Company, Bronx River and Westchester Avenue. Borough Coal Company, Walker Avcnuo and Westchester Creek: Burns Bros., Garrison Avcnuo and Dronx River. Stephens Coal Company, 13Gth (Continued on Second Pibc.) 12 ABOVE TO-NIGHT, SAYS WEATHER MAN I'rrdli'l , I, mi Hi nl, lint I'lirMffH IIInc. A new low recoiil foi coin weuiinr Ills winter will bo registered te-niijhl "r early to-morrow mommi;. tf lorec.-i by the Weather Bureau men 1 1 .i uylhiiii. Ii was expected, xuld Ihe V. ither Mm thin afternoon, thai thennoni.- . i wmud t?o is low ns 13 dt'Rreen, which hiiiiM he Ihrc-H below (ho record luiux uu Uu- mornlng- Thn imirlf nf fllipen wiia i. lrlieil 7 o'clock thU iiioruimr. A1 1" oY!o, il mid rinen only i degree nut " after that the urni miii -cut i'i mercury upward until at i,clvk Ann at 31 ThU pro'oiill ,, iil ! I tiigli foi Ihe day, It .- -ui, i Clear xklen will pre,ill lu iliu' ' night, uecordlnK '' tti- lrn.'a..t ' to-morrow tlic n lh l oni' nvi r and the mercury will H t -hei thi il uld to-day. Victim in Bronx Fire, Her Sister And Hero Brother Who Saved Two BEli MOTHER AND SISTER LEAP TO m r-t V e OTTO SEIZED ON PIER Motor Truck Hits Container and Drums Concealing Morphine Are Exposed. A motor truck careening down the pier at tho foot of Joralcmon Street. Brooklyn, nt 10 o'clock to-day hit ono of twclvo liarrels mentioned ns con taining "salt llsh" In tho manliest or tho steamship Fcnchurch. winch ai rived from Malaga, Spain. Dec. 8. Several staves of the lxiriel wero ripped out. Thero was a slide of fish to the Iloor of the pier, followed by n fat tin drum two feet In diameter and tin co Inches deep. Customs Inspectors became Inter ested. They opened thn tin and found It contained over a hundred pounds of morphine. Deputy Surveyor of tho Port Will iam Sanders was sent f,i and ho caused the seizin e and search of tho other eleven barrels. Eleven tins of morphine wero found, only ono barrel having nothing hut fish In it. Revenue agents were sent to arrest the persons to whom the barrel wera consigned nnd the agents of tho Milp pers. Tlio Feiichurili is under tho operation of .1. V Elwell a Co., who ate tho agents for tin- Fahn I, me. Mr. Sanders estimated tho vnltio of the seizure nt retail at mom than $100,000, and said It was the most Important made In l AGED WOMAN ROBBED BY ALLEGED SAMARITAN Itliil Orrrrril to llrlp Ihrr Cmmlril C'ronNliiK, Thru Molr I'nckrtlxiiik, Characterizing her as tlio 'most con temptible thief ever brought before him," Magistrate Uovlno tn Ksscx Mar ket Court to-day held In Jl.UOO ball for Special Session. Itoslu Kchwurtz, twenty-six years old, a mnctilnu perntor, of No. 210 Second Avenue, iliurged witn petty laiceny. Tho Schwartz woman wus arrested at llth Street nnd Fifth Avuntio y Pa trolman Charles 11. Uioun "f lie .Mercer Street .Station yesterday afternoon. Sho had offered to help Mix. (Catherine. Bunion, seventy-two years old, of No 429 i:ost ISth Street, through ;ho denao trnfllo at tho crossing. Halfway acrons filth Avenue, accord ing to tho police, tlio Schwartz wouiHn dodged through tha tralMo leaving Mrs Huiilnn alone. Then Mis. l'n,lun dis covered her pilrpii u is , il.suu; mid called for help 1'iitu hu in Urown nr. tested the Schwartz uoniuu nd found tho pocketbook. which con' lined $17.98 First in the Offers of Employment The World's readers are specially favored by employers, for 'iVi'0o: them when beefcint; employee! ad vertise in The World Help AJi. Number Help Wanted Ads Week Ending December 16th THE WORLD 13,882 Adj The Times 3,597 A.rf5 The American 1 ,21 7 Adj The Herald 745 Ads The Tribune 71 Ads The World over all combined 9,252 Adi The World's Help Wonted Ads Most for Workers Best for Employers S 00.000 DRUGS BARRELS AljNU. OTTO Hemvy crrro SEES B. R. T. Employees Fight Shoppers to Rescue Her "Why Did I?" She Cries. A wild panlo. was caused to-day at tho Ilrooklyn Rapid Transit Hlatlon at 3.'id Street and Iliuadway, Manhattan which was crowded with hundreds of ChrlbtnniH shoppers, when Min Ce cilia Corlcz of No. r.o Hilton Street Kast Orange, plunged to tho tracks In front of 11 northbound suhwny train fiom Sea Beach. 'JJho woman's husband, Victor Corlez, .1 railroad man. had all ho could do to keep his llvc-ycar-old daughter. Cecilia, from Jumping after her mother. A scoio of women ran to nld him. Tho uiotorman of tho train, who had ulrcady slackened speed, stopped his train after tho forward truck of tho flrnt car had run over tho ;cft ankle of Mrs. Coricz. She wus lifted to tho platform by ttalluii employees, who had to light their way to help her through tho cxcltnl ciowd. Mr. Corlez told tho police thut his wlfo suffered fiom fainting upells and was seized with vertigo u. they wore walking up tho plntl'oiui. Harry Could, of No. 51 Lenox Ave nue, a passenger who Jumped down to tho track with tiu nuitonnan of the train which struck Mis. Corloz, told tho pollco that when he reuchoJ her sho wus nioamn.; . "Why did I do It? I don't knov . by I did It." Mrs. Corlez wa.- tulun tn New York Hospital wheiu it uu o.ud hor foot must bo umputatid. GRENADE BOMB IS FOUND AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE 'I lirini 11 Nlicnrl tn (ii1 Hill of It, In Heller. LONDON. Dec. I'i Wi.' A dlHliirluiiK it Im m n v the rear of lluckliiKl I'd. .1 1'rejlj) nude at ' to-day when a grenade bomi, w 1- found In 11 nshcurt which huc just .mh.d tn 10 move the I'atace refu.-it How the mlMllc no' Into the uHhcart In a mystery und the pollre tjH after nonn were examining it to iwe if the charge lmd hern rfmnv il The iiuttiori Hon ny the iittiuh ni p-ci(i im portaiico to tho llud. belli ink th sren- ado was thrown Into ur 1, Mhrurt Mhlle It wax 011 tho wn tn ''i" l'n!.'i-e Uy iinine one who rncreh lh'-d to in l rltt of danveroua oiivenlr. I III I IPI CHRISTMAS CROWD WOMAN DIVE UNDER SUBWAY CAR Of OF RRIIflKHFR'S KIN IHFS: 9 i m a. m m mm m m m m m m m. m m WAS CALLED "PIG" Justice Tompkins Com mends Jury for Award Against Hotel. Alleging Hint Ulle Dautlon, Manager and Vice President of Raymond Oru tnrg', Ino.,' which conducts tho Lnfu cttc Hotcl-lu Mnnlutttun, cnj)ed 1dm a pig and refused to" f crvc him In tho cnf'j of the hotel. Domlnhiuc Vacohil, Maiming htimlllailqn win awiuded a. vcidlct of J750 by xk Jury before Su preme Coutt Jtistico Tompkins itt White I'ialilH till.) nftciiinoii. Vacclnl sued for $20,000. jl claimed that on June 28, 1918, ho went In the enfe with friends, among wlnm tt.ii Vice Cuunsel lliblpy of I'luiuv, nnd that Dilution camo over to t!i t.ili.e, 1 (fused him strvlrc und call -d 'urn a pig in Finch, 'iliu 11 pig In Ficnch. Manager Dautlon contended that Vnccllit hud been warned to stuy awuy 1 mill the cafu because, the witness said, or a former dccumIoh when he h.nl winds with the management. V.i vliil. It was wild, at one time had he 11 In the employ of tho I.afnycttc and wiik what hi generally known as .1 "1 miner" for thn hotel, mentlnir passengers on Incoming liners. Dilu tion claimed Hint 011 the first occasion Vacclnl had called him, among qulto a few things a "snup enlrr." Pan I Ion denied that hu ordered 'nc clnl out, but said that be Instructed .1 waiter to Infoim Vacclnl that lie wo, ild tint bo served. Thoieiinnn. it was claimed, Vacclnl aroso and riuletly icii tne laic When tlie verdict was announced Justice Tompkins said to the Jurors: "l nut ih a very reasonable and sensi ble irdlct. Tim vcidlct Is right and the umuiint is right." OI'KII ATIOV (IX l-HIMt: (illOltlil; sDccnssi.'iii,. LONDON, Doc. 111. I'rlneo George, tho King's yoiinitegt non. wan succem fully operated upon for appendicitis to- duy at tho King Kdward VII. Hospital tor uuicors. Who Stole Werrenralh's Fur Coat At Metropolitan Opera a Mystery Disappears From Under Seat of Enthralled Baritone As He Listens to Die Walkcure. Who stolo Helnalil Werrenrath's turllncd overcoat? Fur bo it from nnj hod, connected with the Metropolitan O. eru House to doubt Mr. Wcrrunrnthi iiHsertlon that a bne; U thftf nwlpod tho coat from undor Mr. Werronruth's scat vhtl lie was enthralled by the iei forinniico of DIo Wulketirc, Inst night. Kvorybody knows that Mr. Worrcn-'ft rath Is it conceit anil operatic bari tone. Hverybody knows hut the concert season is on. And il is strongly suspected that Mi. WVrronra'Jii employs a press agent und Bomr press agents will do almost anything. However, in all fairness to Mr. Worrenruth. it must bo said that ho uppearod at tho opora houao lust night wearing u fur-linod overcoat; that he was assigned to r scat in tho rear row of the orchestra, and that ho foldod up the tout und put It un der tho seut. During tho Intermissions life circu lated freely among lits friends in the promenade tack of , the orchestra circle. Alter tho pciformunco, Mr. Wer- TRAIN Miss Annie Otto Trapped by Fire in Basement of Razed Home. BROTHER SAVES TWO. Catches Women, Clothing Ablaze, as They Jump From Second Floor. Mlsn Annlo Otto, daughter of Mis. Sophlo Otto, a cousin of Oorough President Henry Druckncr of tho Bronx, was burned to death at ! o'clock this morning by a fire which destroyed the Otto homo at No. 12i JJast 100th Street. Mrs. Otto and her youngest daugh ter, Agnes, wcro saved from tho flea by her son Henry. Miss Agnes Otto and hur mother wero slightly scorched about tho hands nnd face. Henry Otto had his eyebrows burned ofT and his wrist sprained. Miss Annlo Otto got up at S o'clock to got breakfast roV her brother George, who left the houso at E o'clock. A few minutes later tho screams of Miss Annie Otto aroused the neighborhood. Sho was appar ently caught by the flames In the basement kitchen of tho two-story frame houso,' which was built seventy, years ago. Charles Knight, a neighbor, rancut and turned in an alarm from Elton Avcnuo and 160th Street which brought Engine No. 71 und Deputy Chief Gooderson within two minutes. They found flames spouting from all tho windows of tho house. In the rear was Henry Otto, who, after throwing his four-year-old brother Ocorgu ahead of lilm, had Jumped from a second-story window and was ordering his mother and sister Agnce to Jump down Into his arms. They obeyed with their nlghtclothes ablaze.' From ono of tho windows of tho Otto homo tho flames reached the apartmtnts nt No. Vii Eust 160th Street and drovo out Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdwurd Jones. Mrs. John Faust and Mrs. John Kronlt, but tho firemen killed tho flames after part of tho roof of this house was burned off. On the other side, nt No. 428 East 100th Street, Vincent Plccola, his vlf and flvo children wore helped to the street by firemen and police, but wero ablo to return when tho flro In the Otto house was put out. renrath appeared without his over coat. Hu said ho couldn't find it. In tho pouketH of tho overcoat, h said, besides his muffler and a pair cf gloves and .omo papers, were tho keys of his automobile which ho had locked when ho parked It In the neighbor hood. The first thing Hugh llrown, Supet intendent of the Opera House, did when Mr. Wcrronrath complained tha' his coat had been stolen was to take tho barltono to a certain spot anil point to a sign reading: "Tho management will not be re sponsible, for coats and hats not checked." Then Mr. Hrowu loaned Mr. Wci renrnth an overcoat and Mr. Werrmi rath went out and hired nn autonii. bile man to tow his locked car to a garrnge. Ans'how. !t wan a omA. wirm real.