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ALLDSS NAME IN LEDGER Had Dealings with Brokers Named in Insurance Probe. OTHER LAWMAKERS OM LIST Ellingwood and Cunningham Bocks Expected to Reveal Strange Accounts. fiM rano of f<rmrr ?i»nnior .Tntham P. 1 • th"s«> on the *SfJa bVh ts < • r Kllinpw.xxl & Our.ninphaTn 1.-.'.c r |#4C«c ri'>\\ In thr- |«oaa^a*ioii <>f S;; ■ r n t< r.<l«*nt H"t. hk;ss nf t ri« In»surano«> 1 •• I • . • . uk*^l in hi? mv.st :t:u;.«n Thr- Ifdgft Phfots k'htt-.o lnt«. the | •■ last W>dnr>*duy. *ItMB tho H rlntrndont subrtotiapd Jarnr* W Cur,'..:r.K\\Rn\. «>f Ellin»*woo4 A- i'unninp ham. BMd) firm BMM bBBB l-a-ikrnj-try on February W '••4 - aaaaiaa I 1 ■ I ■ Conger* Counael Found Fact*. 1 ■ ■ ■ ■ I frm t ■ ■ * ■ ■ ■ ■ • ■ • • ■ 1 His first inquiry as to th< b'»<>ks r»f B2Bi*c*ood & Ccßßrincten «uf rv.r-t \v ; .'». ty-' rr-]\\ that i!l th^ lw»fik» ha<i •■■ <;. | :: ;.ft< r a Inns d;»f-ußsl"n <»f • ;r:r.ini.'ha:it h^ con\ir!^. .J him Ebai h* I I . ftfOßg a JgR at deal with Ibc DOOSBtlaaslßß] a* i I f ;■:-■ • • • r<''-'T.?i<. Legislators Still in Debt. Scvrra! * Th«'s^ Irpinlativr fj» I ■ B BoODI bOf bftl <"xaminati<,ti of Urn ioi ;- bati BBkatasdad «i< Mts x< thvir ■/• thf firm wont in.» hank ■. :: i>'4. ;nd most of th<'se un l>aid • ■ it Is said. BltD etar.d • I ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ell Account Discussed. ■ ■ • • I ■ • m Mjpati. •. '. | >.. ■ - • 6i«*oulativ«» ar counts ii v:,s ■ sad f • • ■ Dadefl a«-.-..urt ana one <ii t!.« Xi • -t iarri>d by t..« ?ir:i!. ■ ■ • ,■•■>■■ ted .i- m. ag ■ ; Tr.-.' \ Ht.p.rs, i,' t : j;. _•. . ■ ' ■ - ■ ' ■'■ • v ■ .■ • . • . ; :•::•:, r : t. <.!]>■ thr | ,l>!iy:s: <.f • •• st. . t toflayajr ars<<' • ■ ;. ' 'i. • • '.).' '• .^t.Micn;. of fU ■ • • •• pfta of tha Pol - ■ . Inquiry . ■ ■ ■ • ■•..;!. f at Bpaead • • ' ' • 1 •\ ■ s ■ ilatora fttt) - ■ : V ' . • • ■ ■ . . . v : •. . - ||| .•■ • . th< DOtsTßl • ' tbt '■> x: '.i I « ■ I bCVf^B it ■■.•■.: ' • ' • • .• ■ . . • ■ ■ i ■ ■ 1 1 1 ■ • ■■ • ■ tat the j «' ■ •• i.i hiv. t' • f || kteg <>t (*m stai Dlstrat MRS. EDDY'S BIRTHPLACE BURNS. Bow \ i ■ - T 1 *> rarmh"u<># j n v' lln :•:«•:■ Baanv BM] ".. Noaiar and If-Hd»i • ■ ■ : ■ 1' ..■ '. V; > J I• ■ | Hunyadi" Jan os Natural Laxative Water Recommended by Physicians. Refuse Substitutes. If you have never uMd it before, try It NOW «or CONSTIPATION G. TRACY ROGE.RSJVILL TALK Promises to Tell Mr. Hotchkiss Everything He Knows. . • \ V . A; ■ Tracy ■ •••II nil ■ I tn tto > ■ ■ ■ ■ tin la ■ I Ds ><'i; iTiTon.I to p- to New York?" was ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ - ■ THREE TRAINS IN WRECK Passengers on Central Express Shaken Up — Fireman Killed. r.'.me. M V.. April S one nun was ■ :> ' • -■ ■• "■ ft 1 ■ ■• ■ ' Uimcw d «" cspraaa train, two froip!.* • la Hgl • • • ir here PThOe .i weatttosnd fiolghl train on tra~k KOk I Bf the KcW Tork t'pntra! H^ilroad wa* takir.g iva'- r at tha water ptag ••.-.. east < ( tbli Hty at - ■ BY. I tfblfttnc Bttglna fr.im I'tica came . I • » ■■■ Ta- 1 MOad »alUng Within a few ■ • • ■. - tnd f:elftht came ■,- ;•■ • to the Ugh! er.jrine. whicli • m ■was' rent rrafhins into the forward '.•■ r' v 3\:?\ fit W'.r morr:< nt tha W N>w Fork ITuiiiii 'l Ka ra. ai^o weatbaund. came OQ track No. I Bd tbfl ■ • :,!>■ i ■ T <n- ' n t'^e Up!:T or cine, vva OUi I ' - offing • • - ■ - i * ar ' ! ■ .. • mlng l;;> iH'hiiici. snooted to • .nn r, t.i ; . ■ then faxni • • » BtCB by the aide Of lire track and eared I • - • . man m caught in the wreck ai ... . ■ ■ TRAIN ROBBERY ATTEMPT Frightened by Negro Porter. Masked Men Run Ay I ■ ■ M I ■ ' ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ - PRODS GAYNOR FOR RIDICULE Former Governor of Connecticut De fend . ' ■ • \V! i I . I. from aft I" ! i<) ' ;1> h-- •- ■ I I but 1 . ■ ■ ■ ELECTION STIRS HARVARD •Jndergraci m*t Vote ou Ques ■ ■ • ; roprtet] • ■ I proponed ' ' ' M.a.-m I : • ■„. lrn . • : ... ■ • • 1 1 ■ ■ • I hot be a loaned ■ ■ < ■ - • • ■, Byron • beard . i BENfcF.CIAf ■ NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. \IMUI. 0. 1910 FICHI IN BANK OFFICE Private Detective Resents Ar rest by Two Others. CHARGED WITH EXTORTION Woman Alleges He Demanded $5,000 for His Silence in Divorce Action. The clerks in the iitklng offices of Bam berger Brothers ttrlHlgH an attempt mi i^fns made to rob the place r*etoraay aflwu'joo. when Datactrrei Fttuuumons nd Flood arrested Qeorge H. Kinc. a prl \<To .:. tertlv.'. Ki'~K put up a FtifT fiph*. and tha place waa la an Bproar until be w:is Bnatly overpowered. Th.- ;<rr. s* WBS UN r- s'i!t of a ohanr«» nf eatOCtloa ma^p by Mr«t. Fay T>s*n. Who i" *;sine y.-r BBltTß lrl. Robert H Tyson, for aVs. I\it • ttHrtWCS. Ai-.Tdinc ta bet BtOiy. At .mi>!' y-1 Kln»f to oMaln th«> BNHHnr ■■■■.• acriinst lM> husband, and hen he ! l.'ms-'-lf iii. •>:ni'.« tent she (ltSChara*ed liim. She said that OB Thursday Kins; • rilled hT v i » on the telephone and ■!■ - mandpd t»;;t BJQI !« p"H Mm yesterday or tie »-o':l 1 turn nciin^t her When her case ranif up for trial and testify for her hus !«;iii i. who m seeking ar. annulment of tIM lnarrliitro. If the money were paid. bgvtiWi lie premised t'. disappear before the rase rnme nn the calendar. According t-» Mr?. T\ s»n. sle acrf-ed to the proposal -*»nd Selected Herli'rt Hork -. ■ ■■.-■•■ livinir nt t'e Hotel ITn:;iro. t<>att U 111 IwIWOO n Mr? T\ M n ■.; •' • • . tter to her attorney. Il.irv White, of No. M Kr<~>;>dway. and ha i:,f. TMi.-.l the Dtolflcl Attorney's oflV-e, an 1 ;i tr [i >\:;< laid to catch Kins. Kinj; made an .in ointnv nt With Hork tn meet him In front of the hanking vesti rd.<y and receive the money. Horkbehner bad a }^*> bill and ■ roii of paper in an envelope when Kmp appeared. AT the time the detectives u-ere acr">^ t. n • awaiting devetopntents. Horkhettner .-'sivt.i IQng I ■ >t--j. irsi.ie and set the in. in- y, and the two went into the liankinp ]•••>■■. Just aa KUis ni . out to tear open the envelope and count t:» money the ■ lives | : , ■ • upon him. King was arraigned before Mac-strate Barlow an>l held in IS.OM l>ail for mtna- ■ ' k 1.. V.in ■ . \ v ■ ■ . . ■ It ■ liy White, ■ • ■ Tys. n \-u Fork ■ ■ ■ - also pendti . ■ ■ • m x<>- L He 11 \* I ■ ■ !■> V.r. ■ ■■-■■• • • " With ■ | ■ ■ -.J.li.rl ■ PbLICE SEEK INJURED BOY Citizen Tells Them of Accident, and He Is Found in Hospital. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ • ■ ■ ■ - ■ ■ ■ ■ .- GOVERNOR V/ILL INVESTIGATE Says He Will Look Into Alleged State House Orgy as Soon as Possible. ■ pry P Ward, ■ !v. 1 .- ■ ■ ■ ■ • • ■ . ■■ .. ... ■ ■ \ CITY TO BE MELZINGAH Government by Commission Planned for Mmiitipn. ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ *:O OPPOSITION TO DICK I ■ i ■ REFORM OF OFFENDERS Views of New Yorkers Heard at Social Science Meeting. Philadelphia. April S - The opening aea aloo of the fourteenth annual ni'-etlni? of the \i,i.-rt. Jim A.a.l.mv of FolttleaJ and Social Brfeoce tiii-< afternoon we* devoted t.i the topic, "Tha Tieatmenl " "' p Ac- Ctwad in.l the Offender." Amonx (hose who rend paper* ■rare Honw Folk" oaCTO tar> of the State Charltla Aid A?so< i;« tion. ..f New rorfc; m; . ; m.i ..!o Miner. aacrotary of the New York Probatloa AM aodatlon; Katharine Damtni Davte. nuper latendoni of the Kew v..rk state Reform atory for Women, at Bedford, of N~« York, and Major Richard sviwstT. bu pertntendent <>f the MetropoUtaa Foltea I '»'p.-:rtmer.t. of WaShlttgtOtl Katharine I>avis apofea oa the reforma tion of women and the modem method of dealing with offea* 'The accMantai offender." aha s;ii'i. •'tuny !*■ * man of reOnement and decent aneeotry. It la croel to compel ■ wwman of thla ctaaa ta aaaorlata dally wlln th« babftval off«ndet and in bring iier la close contact with t'n.!»e whose thOUghtl are vile and WhOM language, whea allowed free expreaaion, is ■ Bg." She vai.l ti;;it many women of the atreeta ahottld he sent to ■ raform nl..ry, Where tl.ey could he taußht some useful occupation rather t,:;in be aenl to ihc workho at ■ Bomer Polka said the present item of dealing: with offendera mnii a^ ■ whole be pronounced a failure, ' >»'•■ of the reasons for thla, be aaML »3ai the •tradltlonallaia of most of orr magistrates ai 1 ,r; ■'.^■•-. and the attitude, encouraged by mOBi law yers and some others, of not subjecting courts to criticism, as we do to other in stitutions " Major p\ Hester took for his suhject ■; . Tr fat men! of the Aceuaed, tha Sweating or Third Degree System." "•• denied that prisoners Were BbU»Od by the police it! trvlnu to ohtain confenaiona from them, an<l sad thai year by year the varl '■'is police force*? of the country are im provlng Inteflectually and morally. TAX MEASURE REPORTED Brough Bill Provides for Levy on Manufacturing Corporations. Albany, April I Tin BrOttgß hill provid ine for the taxation of manufacturing corporations was reported to-day by the Senate Committee . -i Taxation an.l Re trenchment It provides that every manu tactarmg corporawoo organised under the laws of the state shall pay an annu.il tax on each dollar of the par \ alue of It! issued capital stock, to be computed at the rate of one-«!ghtti of a mill for each 1 per c«-nt of dividends paid or declared during the yo.-ir ending June 1. If there is in. .re than one kind of Issued capital took the r.-ne is to he computed for ea<-h Ittnd pepa rateiy. If th« rorporatlon owns rca! estate I : achtnery ouMde the state the amount Of issue. 1 .•: ;ital sto k taxahle is to he s'ic!i a proportion of the t<tai lasued capital stock •■ the value bf Ita real estate and machinery within The state bean to the total value of its r^al estat' and machinery. The Taxation nrxl Retrenchment Commit tee also reported th.^ Mende bill prohibiting the sale of stock transfer stamps without the written consent of the state Controller by any corporation except Those organised under the banking lawa ••:' this s - at< or the United States or an authorize l agent of the Controller, eacept that a. broker n .iklnc ■ sale may arUx ii stamp. It also prohibits tha »a!e of any tamp for less than Its face value without the Cautioner*! consent. Violation is !»ind>' a misdemeanor. A bill designed t«> abolish theatre ticket ■ itfcwi «ras Introduced to-day by As • ■ nililyman Fbley, Of New York. Violation is m:,de ■ misdemeanor. punishable i BC4 t: ..r. than l "" ( toe or Imprtsonmenl pot ♦ \( <-< v «iinc one yenr. < r both. TELLS BRAVES ABOUT MILK Dr. Darlington's Lecture Gets Close Attention at Agora Club. ■ ! v 1 > lub, in ■ • ■ • . n with "That ain't the point." be replied. M We worked like nigsera f->r Oajmor last fall and <lidn't }.■• t Jobs cnoimh to keep u-^ in taK-iini powd. r. This is the 'Angora' »'lv:', and its goat's milk we're bearln' about.*' But there «;is no l.i«-k of attention to the doctor's words, and after he had t"id th»m .•ill aixiiu th« need of swabbing down tne ci wb, of testing the milk at the dairy ami .: station, of submitting ii i> real pasteurisation, end finally pf teaching th«> bouaewtvef and mothers of the fSas) B bow t.. bMe it from the Bles and k> • \< it sweet in hot wi at! •r. several listener! a-k i him iv. stions aboil the details of city ad ministration in these particulars. This lecture was one ol ;t i ourse In "civics" which the club has been conduct* ii!K this winter a:ni spring. The members are rapidly acquiring the attitude of stu dents toward municipal affairs. Perhaps they win yet a>k ISayor Qoynor to talk to tin :n on non-partisanship in city politics. ACID EUKKS FIFTY FRESHMEN Bottle Explodes Under Carele?s Han dling by Columbia Student. ■ ■ m .it Pro ■ ■ ■ ■ it doti n : ■ . ■ ■mall riot , . .. of Di ■ > all ■ ■ | HALI.EY S COMET OBSERVED lick Telescope Fails to Reveal Tail, However. - Ha ■ ■ . ...i Mount ! ■ t.til waa i"-» ni ti.. brighl ba HALLEY'S COMET SIGHTED. iprtl ■ Hi i lime mi VS. FALLIERES MAY VISIT ROME. Karl-. April v TiiH i Ignro" rays that are >■ Inj bw« t ■■: .. \ isli bj i • •'.••in K.tiii. > - t.. Bom< to smpl aslse ih» friendly reluUon* btl^teU I'raULc buJ Italy. PANIC DURING RAIDS Burn Racing Sheets as Police Enter Alleged Poolrooms. BATTER INTO TWO PLACES Patrons Say They Thought Re sorts Were Backed by Politicians. Si>«'ftarular i,l«, on »i!!»p»<l jKmlnxims one in the Bowery. n*>nr Oran«l strp«'t. and th* other in Clt» Hall Pißtt-tWI in;!.]- early hist awning \>y Ifriptctnt John Dnrjr, »>f th-- Sd Inapactlon i»istri.-t. an.) a aeon of Attavthram The s«rnash!na: of in.n bound doon nnd iron BCToena an'l tho cowing of BticraJ hnndrpil ;>atr<>r.s nt x\\o t\\i\ ptaces by the dtacthrw with drawn r>\ ■■•!•. •■: I wart I MM <>f th^ f<-at nraa, In the raM <>n thf City Hail flare rr.surt the iMirnlne tti> «>f alleged •■Menca \<r«\i^hi th*> ox'it^nunt i" its h!phe?t pitch and nearly leaultad in ■ panlr When th>- datecthrta forced their way int.. the latter place they found it i rowdl 'i with y. 'line panfaatrlcfeaß rr.on. «rho \\>r< half amothared »■>• dM smoke and firings \\\,\< h were pouring from a BTOal sh'.t iron .an. As th*> detective* raahad into th»» h«.us<> rolls of par>«»r. al lf^od by the detoetlTl t>« have b*-«»n ra^ ire BhMta^ waff thrust int-- the hie .an. CM! waa puurad on th^ paper and n<>r.- !...ks and the contenta of the can were «.-t OB t'\r*. Th*> «;<"•. r^j" of m^n Who f"'!nd thf-m aetnrea locked In tha iarp»^ room «>n th* second floor, from which the pr)'!!:!'' to »-s. ;i]»- aft»r the firing of th» % oil soaked paper, yelled and beat nrxin the d>>ors, ■\hi''h were apaedily forced by Inepei tor Daly*a men. Tele|ihi>nes, some raclns sheets an 1 '•thfr BOppoeed evidence were aecured in both pcaeee. and elghteeii prteoneri were taken to the Mulberry anil EBaahetli Btreei BtatJoca. Many others paid ta have been rntrr.ns of the alleged j-->I . (.ins were allowed to go. Were Assured of Protection. The detectives paid that many "f the h.ibit'ir-s of th*- resorts complained to one another a.« they were leaving after the raids that they had been ■MUTCd the places had ample prote.-ti'>n and wen backed by powerful i>o!itici:ir.s. For more th.-i 1 a week limiectO Italy's m'-n have been obtaining inf«>rmatinn abotti the two places. Borne of his de tectives ha.l been able to pain entrance, and. coming and p. ln? as they choae, th< ir Identity was not auapect by the proprietors. Y> st ■ •■ rno< .ti the Inspect! 1 lieving he had all the neceaaarj •\ t i ;i Dumber ■ ( • irraata f.>r th- arreal of ti.» men alleged t.> b. running tho plnrer lr. t■ • i fully indred and alxty men were f.'.uniJ. the man - • who h i he waa Joaeph Bennett, twenl ■ in ■ i. waa art Hor>' were also am of No of No 187 Dirtoton ;ir..l six othen . with !..itic ■ ■ ... . with a penalty of one year ::. convlci i.'n. At the City Ho " Tlare boose the lot. lowing were ai reeled; The alleged pro prietor, Who said h- waa Ambrose Swan 7*y. thirty years «>ld. of .\'.>. •_■•". James Slip: nfoawa Blum, thirty-two yeara old, of No. 181 Madtoon atieet. and Fred I»urns, tliirty-poven \-e.;rs old, Of Wo !.'•> J2tne« S!ij>. The two last named and six others arrested at the aanw time were i harped with th<^ pati'.e offencCJ BJ : -- taken in the Bowery. Used Crowbars and Axes. With, crowbars and axea th«- aqnad of detecttrea descended on the Bowery building as darknesa was approaching. s« rptant « 'ooper and Beveral ptatndothts m>^n were Inside ai the Ume. When th -y heard th»ir fellow r.fße»<rs battering at the ice box" doors they drew their re v>lvers and held those in the bin rooms on the top Root from bolting: Th" r.Mf'insr party entered thr ".eh the rear windows of the top floor after they had climbed a fire escape ami torn < rf th^ iron screens that protected the win dows. Th»' arrests were quickly made. ai 'l erery scrap of pnp<^r that could be used as evidence was gathered up. Mai.y of the n.en were playing stu^ crape while waiting for returns from the r;!i-.'.-;. At the Cll . raid- Ing ] rty found thr • l". ka on 1 .I.M.r. L.it it m ■• ■ • ; on the hi-i<:.\ This « and a tl'.ird dooi ■ - 1 • '• '. ■ ■ \\ !•<■ »-T.' !:..-..!• . .'•-. M !!;• ,m rolT( to atop the ] .: r.».in I■• '... \ .1 'luit th y ■ . and th re 1 door • ■ the r>'u! ■ ■ ia d hroa • t> . ■ TELEGRAPHERS' NEW OFFICERS. ■ ■ \i ■ • wanl I • 1 1 I .ii»-: •• i \\ MM' .! it. .1 I : .. i. I • \ M \\ I • i I i I Briarcliff Lodge at Briarcliff Manor, New York will open for the ninth season Saturday, April thirtieth, nineteen hundred and ten] under the management of David B. Plumer TO EXEMPT STATE CRIMES Lee Bill Would Make Limita tions Statute Unavailing. frtv TVl^r-ar^ ' > Th' T-ihur." I Albany. April *-A bill WhMl was Jntro- I dured to-d.iy by Asjivrnblyman Warren J. i I^»> would make the statute of limitations 'ir:availlntr t--> nav<« from criminal prn«»- i ! tlon any public official accused of similar offences to those charced aK.-iin»t ex-S?n !ir.>r All-Is It puts no limitation of time on a prosecution for rrlmes asain.it the government of the state of BttSSJ York ..r an;.- df it» political subdivisions. Ansthsfl measure by the same member i«*rk* t<» am*-nd th«» p»-nal law B> BSShB it a Men* to conspire asainiit any portion of j the Kovernm^nt the state Assemblyman l,*e m;id»- the following statement eaSJCeratSg this legislation: The.«e bills, in the preparation of Whleli I had the assistance of Assistant District Attorney Robert 11. E3der, of Brooklyn, have l»-fn prepared for sonr- tim*-. l>ut in thp inti-r^st '.I '• '.■■-- were not presented •.nil fh*» .le'ermination of th^ V : "d- trial. Now that t!- Alld* trial has be^n e«.n . lud< .1. bowe\-< r. It PJ proper to aas that the fact that the present stafutf of limita- , tions prevents the o>ur»s from infjuirlns Ir.to such attentions s were mad- h> Sen jit-ir «'onsrer au^jresfs th»- advisar illt • > < l.antrt- bo fh^ statute hJ thJs p.irtii-ular. At present pr'^ecu'ion of any felony. othfr than nvirder. hi barred after tlv«> rears There seems to he no good r»ns«n Why th»- offendtna public oftT-ial should b* permitted to escape Btmprjr because more than Bra rears have ••l^p^'d before he had hern (bond " : :' partlcularlj as th<* crtraes aaatttst which these hill-« are directed are Of surh a nature that tney are not usually di?«ov«rtd unnl l^ni; .."►•r their .-omini.-<- Fion. A BATTLE IN ALBANIA Heavy Losses Reported — Rebels Retreat to Mountains. 1.0n.l April » -"The F'.ndnr.r.V Constantinople correspondent rep. «rt« re newed fiKhtir.R between the Turkish troops and th»» elaaaaßM wfce af Thr-at enlng ftlstlua, Th«» T-trkish losses ar* rei»irTed t" h»- ?<■"' kilVr] ->r wounded. * •• men taken prisoners S tuns captured by th^ ♦•ti-my. Th- losses <>f the Al bankini ar»* u"*i""^" 'The r»;illy T lecraph's" BrUrad* .-or re^pond^nt says th.it. nft»r fierce fight in*, th^ Albaninns WlUMbew to th«> mountains, pursued by the Turk-. who had two offieen «nd forty sol. iiers killed. Th«> rorrespnndent al«.> s^nds the rirr^r that the Turkish . ommand^r, DTMVIM Pact waa '.v.njnded. TROOPS QUELL EMIGRANTS English Marines Stop Riot Among the Cairnrona's Passengers. Dover, Kngrlind. Apr'l - .-The pmlKrants Vhe Wan transferred to lbs rteaaaef Ka uawha •r-ni th«» ataaaaMf Caaraa after a fire U-nke out on the latter vessel yes rerday. be ani" so unruly this morning that The rapfaln sf the Kanawha wasl Sbttged to ask for nival assistance. A de taohment «jf armed marines was sent on board the vessel to restore aswat. The fire vn beard th" Csiiarsriß wt? <-x tinscni=!,^d to-day and the steamer started fur Lon lon. The tsiior the eaalgraata tfaajeaysi it ft embarktaig so the Caliuroua leesMed in a • .-- ..f plans. hv.<\ nil "f them have h**ri landed from th»' Knnawh;i nnd s^rt? by Train to London. O'irinc th<> day theSttVeri .rri men of the fl«-f asralr. ao-tsted In •' ■■ trlhuftn-r f'">d to IBM rm'.rrnnr*. Afr.->r th^ dhMSSsarkansfl ai the »ml- BTSBtS was rffected th«> » 'airnr'-na ■>ntin ..; at voyage. PLAN TOR NEW LUZON PORT Sir Clifton Robinson Returns from Mission to Philippines. I fort: K'inir. Apr:; '.-Sir Clifton Robin- | 808. I ™ returned here from a visit M th*> 1 T > hilir v pi"e«. wher* bfl went to hrsasngas] tho possibility of CrSßttag <» p-^rt in th*> , aorta Of LBSOS Wtttcß WSUId b<» only; ■a- -.-four hoars 1 -^ai; from Montr Knr,)?. P:r CBftsa *bsMbsbb recently eeeeeed hts ' connection with the tramway work in I. on- : don. tn erhlCß be ba>l beon entased • rice ha wcul to that <- - ity from AttMrfcea ats> teen yean ••*-''■ and It was BBld at the' tlm#> t!:at he was about :■> rtsti Ihe f ■ ■ . BIT] SOI • confidential mission !"!• the tittfrittH ;'.:.a.;v:al ):■>■■ M Ol BpeyeJ brothers. RECORD AEROPLANE FLIGHT Belgian and Passenger in Air fcr Two Hours. Twenty Minutes. ■ ■ ■ ■ - CANADA TO COIN SILVER DOLLARS. Ottawa, April 8. — Canada. It was an nourii-ed to-day, a c »0..n the ,.• ts* of BDvet dollars. .\t present th largest rsuailtan Bflver reta ;■. t haU dal lar. The doOa* win be practlcanjr tha ••nine as the Amertcaa aQrei dattaa DOB value and in size. ■ ■ NABUCO'S BODY AT RIO. Ida da JanefrOj AprO *. The Untied st.it.-^ ; BCertß CareCna, seastng II »• \»»\y si the late BrasQhu Amas i ■ ICabnca arrhred here this eventa*. T:-.e .■.ftl'i will be tnken as!-i->r»' tOHBBfIVSe. VAaiiufaciuTers VA.an6facturers AA/HtOesa^ers Want to save $10,000 to $20,000 on cart age and insurance? \\ t "ye done it tor others — a postal will tell if we can do it for you. Bush Terminal Co. IO»» It-. ,1.1 Mfttt, Nfw tork (ItT AMERICA _AS_MEDIATOIT Hope of Averting* War Betw*«« Peru and Ecuador. I.nnd«.n. Apr.: • Henry vrousmj -,_ flde.iti!*! a«r»r.f (Off the gOteißißSni ol . EcosjSjbt, ■ho ■ ■ • the following dispatch t i . Vxi^ 0 '!>-nf Alf.iro of Cent Th* lIHbutSBI m:ir.!'' < -","r-i)r-, n' QtxlJ :-• f.im.i In no mar.- • I •if th* i th» parin*- lnf#ntlon ol • _ . •■rnni^nf*. Th«- ■ • inltr^.i i'ur dip! ■■•• ■' • . t , .i . old • . - ."■ - •• , been .nit'.atfi fnr n •' • • through v ■■■'. ' -'• it ■ ii iiiinni :' ■■ ■ ■ HI m«%f : In Was: in-- Mr WtMni thtnkfl thai H nraj ■- cna, I f.«ien'!v ssßßßned thai hers ■ • i proba.l ' : rolr.g hi -v.;r S««l LJma. April ' « Qa • I —' • • - i» the Txc* ■■' • v ■ ttons • ' 1- ' kttf all t I Ipal ■■ r.t- ' ' fnsen'i B* I ' ' Wir offlr* <!»ri|n'-d I •«• - ! ■ lentaerSi who ■■■—**« . i ••»ar.d* J Th» r" «übs of the • - w«% , amonn thow w'.n offered t Bttags •, »T-si:- | Wgula H» 1 I ' r the off*'.-" ar.l BaM * BJ • rt ? *"*r he •■. n-.v; .;«•,. - CT» ' m«nt • • c tasgi •: Ma of aaaaM . a. : • -*...:. pa* trl"ti<- ■ iriz»" I g r<m i tkma were orgsntasd to i .'ay In UttH a-1 'T. ! i" T«S asjuß I • . ir | ....,.,, ..j; .• r., r , r which !? iy hepej tr> avid a ceaflri hi »■*«;•»! ratsei ua> j patl»>n*:> i - ■• • ' ' FRENCH PARLIAMENT END 3 Election Campaign Opens— M. Bnssca Tells of Work Dona. Paris. ABS I I •«••*? ».>rr«-.; m OH eadsi ■ ' - ' " •» : ic-neral esjd • a ■ . TJ am! th* new par!! irr.-'-.r •• I | BSS B9 J:r» 1. H"nri }'■' -■ >r. P'e > - ' ■ ■ inf I >»•;.-. ■- - I that l;i th»> (BTty ■ •■ ,'(.«■»' hous< ■ ' ■ '■ •.vr.rit : »(J !.«rd*r SS bl SI "• ■ .- - tai i ifem M ■ ■ ■ "<~ •" t ■ tertfl r»f'>rm SBd ("•( "• chase **t one of the mm< :m: roads in Kran<-'- and I ► wi -' the Income • \ - ■ I saeeaasar. am th;«. h- «.i * i '.'•re step ttrward I ... of the ■ ■ ■ LO-WELL lectures W lcndon. I»ndor. Apr:! s A *red KS-BSJ I It I ; ' ' ' ■ > h^ar rrn>v S »r I'ereriva! ' I rhA , -ana's of Mar--. I 1;I 1 ; •■:.-....- LsweU was warmly applatidcd. . ■* Th" I> :ko «>f Nor; :. and ■>■• ana I ■• hi ■ a i'al.'hjry. LBPd Sar.«i»rs. | jam Craswsa id Biwta i.i La i \ - r ['avid CBO and r J . > -vr.e. vjreenhui and Company Dry Goods Double S. & H. Green Stamps Be fore Noon. Single Stamps After Noon. Men's $3 and $3.50 Vests at $1.59 GOOJ news for I fellows who dressy distinction tl I with a fancy vest: Four dred and forty new. ced. custorr. . . about ha Men's Fancy Vests fan weight rlannels. mercerized tabttc* and a few high class wash Bgfa> naN; light or dark grounis; this season's newest patterns. Usually S3 and $3.50. V-i. $1.59 I Men's Silk fUU Hose— c«M *o us as seconds, but the tmpcti** 1 ttons are so slight that you cottW not notice them unless po::-.tcd out. Just a dropped stitch or a k. -.otted thread, but the wearing is r.jt im paired. All good colors. Usually 50c. Special at 29c Men's Ne^Hijee Shirts — coat models, attached cutts. 1:1 both I'd lll and dark ejects Materials »r* Anderson's imported woven ma*ira* in a IVC* variety of patterns. Special. 3 Shirts tor $4.50. •* $1.55 ■ Sixth Avt. !BtK to 19th St."