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BUY DRY SUNDAY: SALOON MEN AFRAID Havoi at Last Hits Upon a Plan Which Stops Sabbath Liquor Traffic. FALLING OFF IN AFFIDAVITS prink Dispensers Were Scared by Green "Cops" — Only Miner Violations I ported. T!-r MBBStaBB «a« open yesterday. t>ut oth- : ptOOBB ■ th' city wen nlniiuat t '■'■"■ ■ :: ■• "«<eren:t\ . tranquillity. ct'.m I v r" alu-ut mo^t saloons many to l»ear. 8888 had trouble along •with mi n ::i plain < loThes. It never was «... hn: at least not since Mr. ;,ynnr 1-af l>i<:, Mayor — for pla'.miothes men • . ' v ' • M 808. I I BUM frightened. What BtfsBEBOBI 10 the unknown. Ani who th»>M ilaindothes men from ißOltdyi '■" "• "• r<-ady at thi f .)■■: t.- >'.< . . ! ;, v> ,\ ..;,. v 1 ' plan permed to fcav. • I unpholr. A f:i!o :n , . ißCmaftrfdßDa <>n the land > . ::-:■!•. ;>s phi vv . .; more ;•; • • p'....n> BRnoriao had • B about. • r.ks »; ild. . : . mao. fhosi ' khafl Of ja«t. which ■ ■ ads of the procjriafeoCi 1 :■ v■r« d smertty in : It was shown. - ' •'■■. arj V time t-. t. ■ ■ -viva: of th.- fit- s:. . • ■ ; . ■ ■ ■ Or v S'lC^t VlDlfition*. • ■ • -tv. .. .x> ise OaBV ; ■' • ■ thi : BStrtj 1 itIOTMJ I b »a^t nipht Then tafUi nthacM w- M • ■ BlarjlßJi. Hex 1 p ::i th- \\ . H • ■ i"Ti ami tvvu in lha et I m ?;-:t dM m m m ■ - ' \ :..1.-.-.i..i..-. such us fail :.r' • ■ I > ' ■ ■• 1 us rCßgßfl tahi" bbUbj beggad Bar ;t ptel at beer, hut »«» 1 • • ;« jiiysi. ians ■ ■ X- V SUM ha-, a t<> tlrn 1 k t' : was ig | • Bar a . 1 ''.ii'tahi llsßmpßOßj <>r " ( bb Carol ti.k'-t r fjo a 1 :i:t >•'. had I • •■ ■ •irnvd ■ 1 aided : say f"i her, i»e ■ ; • .1 organism, and for am • .- ■ 1 • stdmd thi !«■•■■: . !i. rhorrq—tfi told ber that the J**«. ; hmis; t bßmad any tiiftrts tO ft ■ bad :i-«;Ie'-tr-d t" I k<t: murflv. He read the Uaj«iß~Tß :o, f I '. r Tliest- faJVd t> i.t ■ ■ '-rist. and riba ft Pti • the tool n lbs trav • : ■ • ■ . ■* *— ff :■ BB* p ; •:. .:, bll : Km I Th- ' - • •w . tiling ■ •• • ■ • ■ \ « ryw hi i<--. in ' • ► it anaa pai 1 • : • • Bdlag tiiii.- h. avy. ■ 1 • v Buseßßß Of ;- ■ ••••:•:. •!..-. er th t> '■ ■ 1 aJaa a*hia ; ■ H rat omt a >;.i"..r.l.i • ■}»■!> and po- ■ ■ : .. ..!■ himself lov es f • ■ :. > . '■.'fled Ccsh Recister*. • . - .■ lha •on- Lusini-ss nail ban i:i their r :ir RSama i. iffled cash It i? ■*'■>■> I t ■ .!>1 of :._ : :. • m tloß Ehara »• ■ ■'. •••■ ::nida\it!=, M M i .Ist Bunday; at th^ Da)* . tans BSMavtta ....»• .1. en ■ t the I :.:••:. Ita hi t station ■ ; f..'.a\ its t;)e<J Inj ■ • ; : « vi< MS 88l k. ;-.n i «■« ■ < ■ t 1 ...;. ::.•!.- was null • .-.:::i!-t e\ .«i ■!. t !.' 5un .:.,.•:!..::, th< 1 . j1 v t., a\ t ■ bbc* to the cacfa •• . . !.i • a that ' .1 itttik _t.t <; thi s. -!jt lwlj> in time wf th. umtfaa was t*> » • -. ~;^ tool • en ■ ■ IBI B Ortfl d !Ii <i>A SMS U>i-M • :. i» rloraii-u ■ . :.. i ;• ■ m -hiii. nt. bat ■■■ . i,t their nits' 1 :id. . ■ ; ; dtowladgja ' ■ . .•: . ; .-i t.. hav< ■ :.nii; : ■ ■ .;, .. ■ m: . itude 1 . ... •be poacdaoc ewery 1 .1 lot af T*nttr\an P>-« c» jticni. • ■ 1 ■ 1 Q .■ . ■/. i > vm-1 c i;i • : • • . ■ tted Ibe ■ trteft »k i*> ■ ■ .. ,;-.!. I.IC • : , . \\> .<■ l ■ ■. ■ ; • i ' •. 1 s ;••• • r ■ ■ ;• • ■ ' ■ . . tsloxsa . .. 1 ■;...!• • .. t I 'i'll- ■ that « Ri ' Id bsjfl u-.t:-.iiiK , • ■■; Bd ' ' ■■; ■ ' ■ . 1 ■ they * .. • • d <•!, ■ ■ ■ . . ■ '; i . 1 . . , . • ■ ;. • .••,., b >:..-, ■■■• * aTi , 1 . ■ |0a ..• 11: • ■ •:. nade a i v . :>i : .v. :.■.'- •"* •<• -' m e •' Murntai «nd * • • ut 1 tortCßi 1 '■■ ■ ■ ';, , x bit law. 4Bd ttl To-n.orroJ^.^rr.H.,^ m.,. NEW-YORK. MONDAY, APRIL 25, twelve pages. NEW MORTAR PROJECTILE One to Carry 17,000 Yards ! Planned for Panama Canal. DtMSi fS* "!:itv.-r'- r.urciu 1 Waphmcton. April 24.— The poverr. •a*eal hi a] work on a rew mortar «-f Itlßßler turr\iiiK UIWWf ani will install ' it at Panama when the lima! Is ?o;v,- , j p!et«d. The term bemb l-.is Income *!• j !iioM obsolete in the vernacular of the sntntar>- aanrtces, ami >it that term BCBt convey^ to the !a; mind tlu IdSB "f the ptvtßLlOt fir.-d trCO the nvrtar ktfXfy. Theai- projectile*, alwayf fired in... .he j air at an ancle of IS lagn m or more.; ! flred In salvos— that Is. four gins ired ' Fir.ultaneous!} — and designed t.. drop , fr«»tn a fi rfu] altitude v.ith ■ ve'.i.ity little i« is than that with which they] OCfi the ■ <7Z\- of tba |Bffl*"i iir *' ■** j Fipnod espi daily to pierce the compaTU* tiveiv ij^ht Bflßaar af the leeka af arai ship^. ■nd if po.-fible to penetrate to the i vitsils af •' - shi;. bet m th'ry expl'-d-. The present st>le of mortar projectile weighs uni thcus.:nd pounds. ai>d h - sflSsuiva majpa of trn thousand >:*r^s. hul it ip pn»r>cF--d so.-n to s-ibstitut- .-. lichtor projcx-tile. one BMtghhsg fcboutj SSVCSI hundred i> >unds. hut ahfc-h '.»i!l bawe «n rffoct;\o ranee of s--\- Btaen thousand :>::nls As this is the first ar.::<'unc<"rr.ert <-f the pnxpoaa of the- military authorities in t!:;s r-i;;-rd it will tVmlitUss l>e re ceflvad n Kb SBrprtae, but ba the < ours« of tiTTle Thiji l>:;in Of th. i'iast defence GOrpM win i- Ibrmallf nmoaiiccd b] th- ai- IhUlttfc ■ thr-mFi ve«= FRENCH MINISTRY WINS Results of Elections — Riot at Chambon — Mayor Kills Man. Pa vis. April 'J.Y— Tho peneral dsctions to tli<> new i "h;:ml>i r of DepOtlea an Sun day i-roupht .-it thn thooaand randi- Sataa Bar 887 aeata Dlapatchea from the • oi:nir\- MCT :n«'i<at»' ih.it the :..rin»r pSjagcd off fittVl CSBCpI for ■ few sanaMlni in tha 81 Btfenna pegkan< v^h. r.- the labor situation i? trottbtsd A\ai:aM<- r«i;;ins at an ♦ ariv hour this m«ir:iinc indicate tliat lha CsthoUe aj;i tatftatl has had little effei-t on "tho Hi- I üb!ican Mo .'" as the comminution of j.trti'S of the Iy«ft. BOW in Hußtmt, is • a !]•«'. Thi-'r tnembera am ba retemod villi only BBghJ lossrs. Ariionc tlie praaalnent nn :7ib<rs re fU «tf-d are Premier Hriand. M Vivian. >• ÜBtaiy ..f I>nl"«r; M. OscMrf. Minis ter of Fin:in'<': Joseph CasVBSJB, a for- DMf MiJiiFtvi <it Finatiif; Caiir.!l<- TrMo tan. rx-MiEiM-r of Kattea; nTftir* 4 ** 1 ■ inmU-r of th. Krer< h A< ad • ni> . Loden iPDaimiyV. Admiral H.< l. a-in.'. M I'•B] - <>--hin. thf w.ll lUtuMIU <"ons<--r\ ati\i . at whose home Cardinal Ki'-hani sr. i;:<d shelter ahu npfisul from his | alaoi . and Paul I>r sihan* 1. M Brhwd sraa etaetcd la Bl ECtlrnne l.\ ■ majority of R.OfK*. Rottirns fr.-m Mt gfeMrlcta Am tbe HnlVialnn resatt«: Coaaervatlvea and SSatfonaliata i~ > its; l'rojrr» smvi-s. 1»»: Led Ri-puldicaiiK. !.'•. Hnrtu ;iU. tf; Indi ;.i ndints and Soiini tsts, I: DldSed Bodaßats, i«. ra bal* Ipta, :<i. Thf <}-if troublis of the day sret« r ■■- • . rr< ::i Urn towns of chatttbon and Srai Be \t Chaflebon a ni"i< arrerk*d .-md Bred th«- cit> Hall, whi r< the rottag ■. • ■ : .Hid !i«.:t th« gendarmes, uho triad to n stars order. Ti.'i« w.is a dramatic scene at Kra ■lm Vf- a mnn «:is 111 1 •>T Aead by 'he Mayor, srbo presiding b*w ti-.i balM a the •:!> Hail. The reaaons tor th ■ shoc.tif.g. it was afterward said, aneflv :-.ot ionn«-ct« d v itli |x.lltlca PUTS OWN SON IN CELL Police Lieutenant Sets Aside Filial Love for Duty ].:< -..:• r.:int Kiimund BlaßCy, Btttteg at the desk in th- Atlantic avenue p«>lic" •nation. l'r>- ki\n. proved himself I Spar tr.nl:Ke father yesterd;i\ when. lUDTeBB* ins all BjMl PBCllBg nv.\ :<• tin^ inly as his ilut> i;ir> ■ t'd. h- CBttaed his OWB son t . 1.. In 1 111 1 ;:iKin a charga of disorderly ■ uadui t. Lieutenant EQggera raii up to two men ii. a btawl at Pultun stroet and Brooklyn bvcbbcl Ona of tha BM m told bhn hf ua> ;t police lieutenant's son and "could not be arnstcd" LteutenaM Qggars t..-.k both m-n X" the station house. Th< face of Lieutenant Mam y bhUKhod wh 11 be bbw the }.r-i>..'n rs • 1 lifn.rd rly '"tKlu't." said Ueuteßßßl Kec' rs Bepreaatng his mwtliina the ueak lieu t.-natit t"-k the prtßoßeraf pwdlgroai vith the cuatomari aurathsas. • s. ir«h thorn and BKk thi ni up.' ha said stern'y a doorman ted them away t.. oeOa, The prtaooera a-are Charlea Bhiaay, twenty -three rcara old. and WUUaa Ma 1. ne. ni:;et' <:■ |hts aM. Later, biQataa ;ivenue COttft. s- !:t' !ic W :,h SUsjiTli- d OB thi *.; by MaKi*t«'Mte Hylan. PRINCETON STUDENT LOST Theologue Had Talked of Castle in Bottom of Carnegie Lake. i Btoß, N. .1. April _'■» Lyodea c L r/ZIlKa, ■ naduite t tf:. 5L..;.:.! Col ,t, , : ..•,;!,:.. <••.:.,-. and :i n»« ml --r , 1 the caiMla ■ laaa of thi I'; !n 1 1 >n . •„■•■:■. 1 fmilimj . baa left thi asm i-iary. BBd 'he utml'-tits of thai institu iOd tba ;o!i. . < I :i'i tha 1 4 round- MM • ■ •■> flnd no tfSJI • -f hiio l« n :h-.:K-t that DTUva baa become d. ,..,.,.... <i from ov. ratod] tm sf btto be I ng strangely. wl• 1. laal seal DTOva araa saSoep la a Qng room of ttodg* Ban.abooi 4 , X ,1 .;. , .rniiiK A n..t.- v\.-s found ;., Bfa r.H.m. with same BBoney. a^kln* a , paj i,im bHla Then hi .. m '.»i If** a BBBJ h.i\« . iiinriiitti ■] BOJ ]'[' ( , f . 15 lumpteg bstoOsmegli Lake, for ,.! friends s:«- he he* t..!k... in ■ , ■.'.,,, ; late about Brtkteg ua the lake ',;„; a . mi. m tii- JHitfii. ■ ■ i- • bubi coo ,m EO IN mi HACKENSACK. 1 grsl ' '"' ;! - ■' ' : " "" "• "'" '■•"*"" ,1,.- H M »■•'-■■ I i.n-» DOCWI '• •! • I '!'. irhen lliibimlh Bn* lair. H| ■ I ..t Torotit'.. <';uii'«it. rasdrownad '| ? ' ...... ,1 , while fHIUBIBg Tin >i.un< 1(l! .t . utiol of the canoe la ■< bea«y "|", . , writ* sad H opsd Finder vla^ rtthta Bft] tost Bf tba lank i, u t h«- m«! - : ' •fl" ; to rrco-.er th* . »iije y.ut, t*-.z><t «tth cranipf ;it.<l .:im,j ■ . :. ■: . :• ! • ana v Bogou, . 1 H 11 . iiplo.ved The •■ d> aai no» ., ..'. .-led ItiljuS •» Cnn-ilrs AdJßJssJsa -je- IRONCLAD FORMS FOR SUBWAY CONTRACTS Tri-Borounh System Aliows Bid ders Mo Opening for Mis understanding. FIVE CENT FARE PROVIDED Comprehensive Plan of Four Years' Work to Complete the Roads ■! Ccst of . $100,000,000. Forms of contract for the construction of the tri-l>otoiieh subway ajrateam, either by private capital or by the city. have been prepared by the Public Ser vice ("nmmiffi.m. Hearings on th« al trrnate forms win begin on May '.» for the contracts for construction, equip ment and operation, and on May 10 for the municipal construction of the, pro pop«-i1 Mi ways, which will cost over KMOjOOQUOOOI With tha i^s«ue of the forms of con tract, Edward M. ra-.--ftt. one of the conunlaaionera, has given out a — emo rMrid'.mi dlaasntlng from the forms adopted by the majority. T i argues that thi- suburban extensions in The Bronx an.i in South Brooklyn should not be In- Ctndad in th«- oontracta tarn under con ation, but should he provided for la separate contracts, and thai these branches shoui>'. i <■ built under the as- I seaam* nt plan. Tix- Form of contract Brat to he con i emuodlea ;:n entirety new aya 4 l uitdtnc aabwajra, inasimich :is it Incites bfda not nly for th»' construe ti n of the aaha aj a. r>>n alao for th ir equipment :in«l operation bj th<' tirm or coanpany andertaklng the arorfc. This is ■ •ntr.i-t for building bj j-ii\-i)o rapital aaada paaathlc i>> the Travto -'H amcndmeni aaada a year ;t-'o to th» r;it'!'i t" MM hi City Retains OAnership. The tri-bor.»iiph if stem and consid eration enbraoaa the iiioadsiajf T_<wiliif pan avenae system in Manhattan and The P.ronx. th« Canal street subway an.! th«- • iiti. and Delaneey street loop in Manhattan; the Broadway -Lafayette avenue subway in Brooklyn and the, Fourth avenue subway in Brooklyn, with us extensions to Con<-\ Inland and Fort Hamilton. The C'tro street and Da tancey street loop in Manhattan, from the VTllllamsbura; Bridge to the new Mutiii ;..il Buildlna;. with ■ spur to the Manhattan I?hdKc is practically COBS* pasted, and th» Fourth avenue Subway la Brooklyn, from th« Manhattan Bridge ',<> Fourth :ivenuc a .1 4.",. 1 strr . t. is un der construction, to be Ihlshtd by No vemhar. 1911. Th # ■«> two sections, there f> r< . are to he considered only In the f<rm of vonirai t \\ hi« h relates to the pMe&ructtdo. «■• iui nt and operation of the trt-borougn system. Trie < on t rat tor who Kets the award tor the t-ntire system under the private capi tal j l:n of construction will get the equipment and Operation of these two BBCtloßa, but they are not considered in : the alternate form for constructton by ' the <!?'■ Whichever form of contract pi adopted, tn<- ownership of the whale sys tem will «-st in the city from the start. lri the private capital scheme, the suc ceaafttl l>;dd:-r will pet as his reward a leaaa for operation for a term long « nnugh to enable him to amortise the cost cif th« road and pet a reasonable return on his investment. The private capital system will, therefore, Involve iiiddinnf' upon the percentage of coal ■blch the contractor is trilling to set aside each year, compounded seml-an nually tO aaaortlae the coal The bids will therefore, depend more on the time which will be required for paying off the cost rather than on the amount tobesfM at 081 the work. The. law provides, how ever, that the tity. at any time after ten years, may take over the road upon the payment to the nntractor of the coat thereof, post 15 per cent. Track Layout of New Routes. The various portions of the system are <!• m ribe" at :«ng:h in the forma of con tract to lie submitted for the bearing. Thi DIIBHiBJBf Illlngtim route la to ba a two-track subway from the Batten to Chambers >tre. t and ■ four-track sni> aray north to 139 th strut and Park ave nue. Ti.- Jerome avenue and tha Pel bam Bay Park branches ail] have throe tra« ks. The Jerome avenue branch nil] be an elevated road from Baal l.'iTth Btrad and Btvai avenue la llawn road, while the Mhatn Bay Park branch will become an elevated road at the west side si Whit! ■•• k avenue, between Aldus and Bancroft street", and conttnoe aa such t«. PeJhaai Bay Park. The CBBBI >tn-it tuhway i.« to have two tracks from ".Vest street to the m : tei sect ion of Canal and Oetttre streets, where it win aserse with the two tracks of th. Centre stiei t loop leading to the Manhattan Brldgo. Tli- Hroadwav -l-:!fay<lt. BVCBUS rOttta in Brookl] ti arm begm ;:t ti WTUtLuns* iut»; Bridge, on ths south -..]. of the ■treat, sa thai two «.thei tracks may I |.-i ba iiiilt on the Borthert] side. The Bveadwaj line will run from the brldgo t«, 1 point aiwiiit nidwaj between Kos ■ajth l' '■ c ad the north aide f Lai iy ette .im liUe, the I.itf tie avenua branch am begin under Pulton street, ;.•;<! A.-h'.alld Pla. c, and run to Lafay .u. ;t\iiiu>-. under Lafayette avenue to Broadway, passing mdor the Broadway jaWSWBy, la> »i on and w it '1 avenue t.> Bassra i< v ivenut Th" Fo'ntli avenue subway, no« ,,. .1. 1 constroctton, '- to be ;t loir .a, road. Iti- extension tv Hamilton am i>e a lwa> track subway, while the Ooaes Uthusfl iM« iisi.in w,}' Blao 1., a two-crack suhaiaj tinder Kith streei and Ne« rtredit ||vonue t.. HOth 11.,1 1. , t, ttn .l. r i»^at meet to .1 point :■•■.!, j.;.| .•nd tfth Btrottai Man aa an aJevated road ovrr M.th Urcal and BtlQwct] a e nue to ObSM I MSBd. Detcrmimnu Cctt of Wcrk. 'i he . m > i» to have tirst Hen upon th«» •oulpmenl fr«jm the start. and if after I thirty days? notice the contractor fails to <;i1 r> i.ut U. Bgieeiuenl tht ill nmy ■ 1. . 1n •• bin i.i <!• faull and procacd iv Saashianl oa thliU 1 .<■ NEW BUILDING OF THE BUREAt OF AMERICAN KKPUBI.K S. To he dedicated In Washington to-morrow. PASSING OF k GAMBLER Charley Reed to Sell Relics of Famous Old Resort. HIGH PLAY YEARS AGO Veteran Sportsman to Give Up 24th Street House and Quit New York. In an old hierh stoop house in _'4th street two old men ware moving about yesterday, looking for the last time on the treasures gathered by one of them in castles of Italy, in Paris after th*» downfall of the last Napoleon and in th* odd corners of the earth seldom reached but by the expeditions of the preat ma s. urns. They pottered about, recalling to each other incidents of a yesterday in New York, when that house hart been the scene of hi«h and open play, wherein the only limit to the stake had been the nerve of the player. To-morrow morn inc: those treasures of UM fir.-t Napoleon, of the Italian nobility and those sou venirs of manj Of the world's ajeal In fields of sport will be sold at auction, and the old man who owns them now will co back to his native Kentucky. "At the residence of Charles need. |Bbqu No. 5 W« st 'J4th street,* is the way the announcement of the sale is made on the auctioneer's catalogue, but Urn ptdtltners in that world will any, "Why. that's old 'Charley' Reed. Srbo us.-.l to run the National Cl\;b with 'AT Spen ■••. down In Pulton street, and the 24th street bouse and the Btratoga track and . lub." The Bale will mark the passing <>f the ol<lrst ■ f those men who know, and who made thai Bide of Hew ro ': lif^ in th<« ; 1 HOTa, and the parsing of une of th.- last of th«> oktthne resorts <>f th<» •i.lo,.<]s" of thoee da\s when hlph play fan> ;f!i«i roulette wore th.- recraatJosßi of the "men about town." "Charley" Reed and John Ryal will go i>;;ck t-> Kentucky then, content to clone ■ ion« chapter af Hfe with a quiet • n.linß t-. Urn ifa ex< Itement that tn.-irko.i their earlier daya In Nea fork. Yeeterday the .•!. l owner, with iii? 5 faithful ni«n. ->as willing to talk a little about the memen toea of th<> old days with wiii»h h«- hail ailed hla house in former yearn. "That I.oraeahoe P*lt«j | immona made for me." he s.i!<i. "aaade it with his heft hand. Where is 'Bob* now; I've ><>rt of lost track of him lately?" if. s on tin- oth^:- si<i«' of the world now; lihs just ix-'-n through his btat i>at tle, a defeat, in tho countrj h<- < aaae ir..ni near Sydney." •A defeat, <h°" sai<l th" old man. "\v« P.. there \\as a day when nothing on two lefja coul defeat him. but he stayed in ♦' •• gaaai log lone. But they're ail alik*. tlu-s.- ashtcra. There was N:i poleon, he would come back, and h« in, t Waterloo." N Out of It "Well Fixed." There was no hint in tho old man's manner that h«' condemned, the fallen Ibxhtera for the mistake «>f staying in the came too lon*, but it neodod only a Chance at the trcaaumi in the room in ■.-. in. h l' m '- Btandlng to see that ' «'h;ir • ' .-,i h.nl not made that mistake. He waa not poms out with a defeat, so f..r. at l'-iist. iis flnat .1 affairs BTOre i ur.<'« rr.. d. "Why were some of the men klm played the games here?" — the aid mm repeated the question. "Oh, I couldn't t.H you that; they wen- men who enjoyed .< hit of high play; some of th. m are gone, iiios« <f tin in. 1 guess; but some of th m have children living here now, and 1!.. ■ wouldti t like to know these things." Che .i'd nan became serloua as he Ihooght of the iitv< 1 . in •• between the puhllc'a news ,•1 ,::Hii!«linK th i! and now "SCowadaya people look on tin-s" things dlfTerently." he muaed. "That's wh) 1 m st Hint; them thin!;*; that's why I'm po inc to sell this bouse, everything— sell !t all and ■• . back to Kentucky in those days ■ ... ■ in 72. people dldnt think an i.t gambling Those men gambled, out it v. .isn't for the money, they had pleat) of that; l'«it it was because they wanted the • x -it- nv-nt. I KOeaa I've Btcn pity it. r ■ such as Monte Carlo never sa« - twenty tusand dollar wagers that vere phi}'ed time after time aajalnni .1 1 oaibtc ,1, ot ■ in.mli • il 111. .US 111. 1 ' iroi 1 other sources cam- conformation i hla r-ioilei lions -"Id Chail.y' it.-.-d and his partner. AT Cpeneer." said •"• man, "why, '!)••> wen- the kings in thnm '.mi Their place haw what «ms i>r ■•. sM| »hi hlghesl pan ever seen m \merii-i. and pOßsthty in the World, John Miiiilaar 1 huiM thai bouse in 14th street, aid the) bought It In 1872 for jsn.n in earn. and. *Chariey' Read went la Europe tog tba fumaihlngw No ••n* knows how much be spent for those, but it was a fortune Than they bought tha Saratoga racetrack, which John Morris* tey bad built, and lhaj built 11-1 1 -- Ban* Ut'iu. Club I've heard 'AT Spcnct-r bay luuiiuu.il ua -nund I>.t£-, COURTYARD OF TIIK BI'IIJUMJ ROCKEFELLER CLASS ROW Members Object to Requests to Aid New Church Project. CoajsMerabM diacord lias been stirred UP in the Rockefeller Bible flass rim aected with the Fifth Avenae Bnpthn Church mi r the fa«t that the members have bees asked to contribute to th« fund to build the new church. <;.M,r^o F. Tasel. 1 resident of the < lass. made hla appeal at Urn meeting of th< cbbm yesterday, and John D. Rocke feller, jr.. sent a Utter to certain mem bers, in Which h<- said that as the would hare quarters in the new church he thought Urn members should give as innrh as they could to the fund. The objectors pointed to the fact that the cLass was Buppos<*d to he non-sec tarian, and that therefore thoea Who were not Baptists itiruM not be asked t > supply ny ans to build a sectarian chun !•. They auoted tha motto -.f the class promulgated by 'he Her. Pr. W. 1 H. P. Fauiu »■. on.- time pastor of the 1 huri h. and now president of BfWWB University, that all erere welcome to memberahlp whatever their weed or de nomination. PAINTER'S SON_A SUICIDE George Dabo Shoots Himself — Speculated in Stocks. A victim "i m< lancholia, George son of Leon Dabo, th*- mural paint -r. shot and hilled himself at th- hon >■ of his part tits. N" llti Mudscn street Hoboken, la.-t night, tor some titr>> be had been under treatnw nt, and it - that Use fear that he might become In sane waa the caaai of his act. It is understood that young I>a;»> be gan to speculate in Wall atreet on mar gins about a year a«<>. and, being . ' ssful. kpecUMted heavily. It is said be never lost one dollar ii.- put up. Hi* rather, Leon Dabo, exhibited la Bertta Vienna, New York. Chicago, Dost on. fnJ ianapotis and other cities, wmimsj hi.-s decorative paintings arc "The Aacenassn,*' ?'1 John UM Baptist" and htttotlcal frleses In Flower Mi mortal Library, at Wat rtown, N V ARTISTIC BURGLARS FOILED Too Tardy About Taking Choice Valuables in Harlem. i Burglars entered the hsase "f Euai Silversti in. a manufacturer, at N 32i> . Convent avenue, >ist.rdt>. selected only the finest ■pectmStta from I'monß th.* M" verplate, ■ vi glass and rare paintings, .mil wrapped then ail Into mtnl compact boodles, preparatory t<> removtng "■ m. They had •■%•: lently mdi nn all da] J »b of it, and Intended to mm*- bark to-day , and carl the property off. The fa< t that burglars had »nt. red It* hotis. V.ms discovered by a private d >•- lecttve who guards the iMMBBta in lac rtclatty. The detective (bond the d • •■■■■■• unlocked and entered the front hill. His March revealed the iarK" bundle! coo talning the pictures and silverware. .».U ob.ints ■ i lM?r value had been left : I tact The detective notified the poOcs of the tV«*t i-Mili -Mil Ktrtet Station, and within, fifteen mil utea tea men were on th* '•.'::. t for th< burglars, i.i it in : a• . i r«-f ill *enr« .1 through n, hack yards In the ij<h»> >r hood. No true ot the burglars iras found. The BUverstrlna nave i"- i •broad for t v ,. aoni hi JUMPS 30 FEET; NOT HURT Lodger in Bronx Hotel Escapes Fire and Sends in Alarm. Hl* escape col off by Qamca, John Mugler, an » -ssuian. lumped from p I ,\lndou on the third Moor of thi Kii'n Hotel, No T.'.'j Elton n\»!iu. The Bronx, huM night, to the sidewalk, a dlstniio- •■; thirty (. ■ ' Ha escaped unhurt. Then he ran t.. ■ I, ix on the corner and turn-d iii a r. i- - alarm. When the nresaes arrived the Art bad burnt ihmuKh th" roof Th«* hltie s/aa i. m out. with about MO daniHge it took Mngter fifteen ininut. to . .'ivin. ■ Dargeanl William*, of the Morrtsii*mi station thai he, vat not hurt bj I ta ' Jonp and did not need un * i. bah. -i_ JL !>!>!/ '1- /»vr PUVT b CUT «f >>* V«rk. .!««#; fit; *ad HabakfSi * * I l\ II I . D.M'j ' 1 >.> 1 Ki^r.wiiKßr. two rr.>r«. AMERICAN FOUND DEAD Belief That Estella Reid Was Murdered Near Naples. Naples, April 21— The finding of the body of 1 beautiful young woman on the r-'-ai. h near here has Riven rise to tha suspicion of murder. Apparently the woman died about three days ago. The body was scantily clothed, and this has I'd the authorities to believe tha'. probably aha was the vict'm <f crime. The body was identified by the pro prietor of the liot. 1 Caste.'lo as that of Miss E;-tella Reid, supposed to have b»*en an American, who was a Ruest at the hotel. She was fair and tall, with gray eyes and a prominent nose, and wore eyeglasses. The belief that she came (Tom the United States was strengthened to-day, when the police found letters ad d - ssed to her from New York and St. Loom, as well as from Canada. Several Of those were apparently love l^ttcra. For the last few months .M ; ra Reid hail spent her time at Lindau. Germany: Turin. Milan. Pisa and Siena. She went from the latter place to r*apiea, and went to the Hotel Gaafaha on April S. She M described as hating been eccen tric, sometimes spending days in con templating th.' view from the terrace. She devoted a part Of the time to paint ins:. It la thoucht that she did Bat paa> ri 01 much money. METHODISTS MOT BLAMED The Rev. Mr. Lowrie Denies Roosevelt's Alleged Remark. Rome, April '24. ---Follow the em phatic denial of cx-Prosident Roosevelt in Pari«. the ROT. Walter Low Tie. for merly of Newport and now rector of the American Church at Rome issued a statement to-day with reference to the dispatch printed in the Catted Mates that Mr. Roosevelt had b^en overheard to say to him that when he returned to America he would de his utmost to have the Mslhwasati driven from Rome. Mr. Low ... says: ■The report thnt the cx-Presi«lcnt spoka to me of his purpose to drive out the Methodists from Rome, character* lzint; them as a disgrace to any religion. Is absolutely without foundation I de i-ire to 009 that Ml Roosewit .-aid noth- Ing to me with reference to Methodism In Italy. It Is not necessary to make this decmratJoa for Mr. Roosevelt's sake. as nobody wo-sld l-!leve that he made s.ll h a preposterous statement. I say this (off my own sake. because I would not have it supposed that 1 could listen without protest to such an espfWMBOOI BS was falsely attributed la Mr RooBSVeJI, M relations with the Methodist miaalua in Italy have always betn friendly, and I esteem Its work here as most useful.** BIG CROP OF SPEEDERS Well Known Men Exceed Limit in Long Island City. .Il.iii! : Pietochmannt rs-Mayof of • 'ir. - cinnati. Staylßg at IBS Hotel Plazn. w .!■» arre.«t«d ycsterdsiy "n the charge of --x ceedlng the spaed limit. Bkycfti Pktivl n in Hanai a, of the Hunters point st.i ';or'. wh •• arrested sir. Fielschmann, *£tid be w.is going forty miles 1 11 hour through Long i. hind City, He put up $10'> -i-;i Jail DOCBIIBII of " •• number of automorU irt*. who pj through Lone Island t'itv ■ ••i Sunday an.l • v .:.! • t!i • I iv.. h'lhi Headquarter*; ireaterdaj aenl oat Motor" hi |r Patrolman John OrßßenbeTi to •ratcn for apeedlttg aufomooiltstj Among thoae arrested «;is Patrlcfe T-»tp'\. «bO said h>- h,is a .uffV'ir fur t ' 1 ; i r » ■ 1 1 ■••■ M. Mil::). If \\ :;s *aid rh it Mr and Mrs llackaj were in the car .«t the. i.m.' and thai Mr Mmkay c.iv ii;tl' for T<r| !■>". John N'a-ci-r. i h laaVw tor Mrs. Thoa a» Palmar, ..f No -.'47 fifth tivenu*. wa >tid t<> have been •■•■ illng nf near!) Ihlrt] mil< s an hour. He *..».■« bailed by Mrt Pnlmer. Theodore star ritt. of No. ;u.' West jsth street, own*! and timer. |>ut op v diamond studl.J gold watch to Insure his appearance in court 'his mnrntng Leon » hamiti . chauffeur for Arthur I Weeks, of N" la Weal |la| street, waa arrested in Thompson avenue, rhangod with g» ing at Mart] thirty mile* »n hour The. chuufteur wit* balled uut by .Mr. Weak* JOYCE LOAN SCANDAL RESULTS IN BIG SOUS Carlos Warfieid Seeks $705,000 Damages from L J. Field & Co. for F. A. Hemze. EXPECT INDICTMENT TO-DAY Brokers Charged with Furnish ing Money with Which to Take Up Collateral in the Loans F. Augustus Hptnz»'3 Lawyers b#i:*T« they have run down th»» headqu.'* r'<»r» from which the operations in United O»pp"r and othfr ghMhji put up as rol lattn] for their client for loans were < omlui They have brought two ■uits a^ninst L. J. Field & Co. stock hmk»r«, « ne for $129,000 and another for $57*.000. aOegtng th.it CarfcM Warfleld. who acts for Retnae, lost that amount through transactions similar to that at the U"ln«l ?or Tpjss* Company, recently mad« ja*.idi A ajahX investi?atlnn has been mad*? by Levy, Rosenthal * Heermance. the HeinM course!, ever stare the discovery of tl "ale of stock put up as en. lnitial for i loan of $50,000 and for which tb*>r* .' ere numerous Indictments, one of which was acsinst Donald Persch, who wr^ a tried r- nti;. the jury dhiasraaias Th« ..th«-r men in<*.i- were Walter L ( Marie. who turned state's evidence In the Per»eh I trial: Charles Katz zn<\ John F. ShT wr,o<T. ->f this city, and A. D. F Adams. of Bantam laU he plr.ced on trial to-day. Indictment Expected To-day. The crunty irrand Jury - as investieat big the transaction at the Windsor Trust • 'ornpnny and other similar sales ol Heinzo stock last week. It had b<» fr.re it ■"'irk Stirling Birmingham, rh-? h>;:d 'i? th* 1 trust company's bond d*> partment when th» ■anal was handMd) there: Sherwr.od and M. M. Joyce, who put up the collateral harl was ■•I without the caataaal of Joyce or H<'*:i-"e. It i* believed that th ennd Jury hand up an indictment this mornir.sr In »h^> investigation m •!• by the H'inz" lawyers they "nt far atV»ld. Hclnze Blocks were beins sold In 3 >» fon. stocks that had been put up as r.)! lateral and were supposed to be reposing safety in banks. A. D. F. Adarrs. of th:»t ,-iry. was said to have figured in th- •«««• sales. In the papers in th- suit all in- StrOCtlcns to sell the Heinze stork' »r» s;.i.l to have corn" from L. J Field A <*o. It is charsai that thfy furnish* 'he m nr.fv, and it Is claimed that Mr W'xr fl'ld aaaTevad the loss by this mean* of $705,000. the total sought to b«» recovered in the two suits. Th» MM methods employed In the transaction at th*- Windsor Trust <-... - pany v..r-. according to th* complain:. used In many other instances. I th:it case Mr. Joj cc got a loan of $30,000 on collateral valued at jno.COO Pers.-h. Sherwood and others who are charted with havinff floured in the Joyce matter ■of $r>o.ooo from Leonard J. Field and took u;< the loan ami th» n the collateral wa<» sold Many Similar Instances Found. It was said when this affair leaked out last summer that there wa.« .1 wealthy man or men back of th. riVn!3. but no confession could be obtain .d at (hit time from th- rmn indicted and ar rest"d. As soon as Mr. He'nze heard H the e^P«rltnra of .Mr. Joyce he reCJßjestsd his .-our^spl to look up th "ther borrow tSgSt rind th" result was the nndir.i o* a s»-.minsly well nrsranized scheme to r a ke an th- copper and other stocks in .his ,n.l other cities placed as collateral !>v Mr. Hflnze Of his associates and -fll them Several months after th- exr-- * ia-t summer there .■ ere confessions, and much was l»:«rn.-l from Clark that a!d •>.| in th.- brreattgatSesi tmOta "i' to tr ** suit I* J. Field & Co. made ac: : ral dratai as an BBBWCf M th<- suit. T^e firm is compes d of Leonard J. KictJ and his brother. BK r<i n Id CITY CUTS OUT A HOSPITAL Williamsburg Institution Tem porarily Loses Public Aid. The public aid which the city <'.yea to hospital* for charity work on 'he WOUIM DdBfJBB of tht- State Baasd of Ch.". titi has betn withdrawn tempo rarily from the WHliamsbunc Hospital al South 3d Hl»js| Mi BbaH I a«*OUM Wi!linm*bur*. because of the aHeired vri~ satisfactory condition or' th»> old huitilicg which it .»-i'.i;>i"s. .'his aid has consist ed ..i t! 10 a «la\ for sursUal is.-*. <\ a day tot BdDcn] eaan and IIS a vevt for obst»tri'- iusi'J. Tb»- r.L'il.linjr f.»rm.-rl> was th h.— ■ 1 i the tnUnunflborg BaaH fhe Mat* Board of Cbantlra h;:s stb>«JMad thU th.- loci'tlon of tri.- wards t- I inare-J and that th.- fr^ rst'apcs tt- made mnrn serviceable. :'rd it is hoped i<> m«—r th-so conditions in the ajeaf wee!; ,u:A ■** ■•• t.i.- 1 th.- . it\'-« appropriation.- Th- p' i's f>r a n«-w build-.n-j hi •! read* b« ■;: drawn. Uronnd was to iviv« v . b i<ruken fai it in tfi «' pl"t next to the pr.s- nr l>.iiLdin«t n . v next month Ll'jt ♦ h>- n«c \--sary funils havo not \>t h rl.r 1 . farthf""'-"? Th ° <!sr >' ■- ■ peaimg lor the mone> uhich is >.■ -■•:•:/ net »i*'d CRUSADER STK ( v OOWB Excise Constable Disappears from At lantic City with Warranls. ■■ ■ . Att.ititir Cltv. April :\ Mystery «ur -■.■:»itis thl sadden »ii>«pr« I c .-f Will lam <:,>., k. .>f I'amdon, htr»>(l f^y thi % re j former-< to come here arid -er\e their war nintt .iim! «ei:i»re evidence hi the'r >uaas)a against violator* of the excise laws * Crock >tHrtetl «M«t \est»nla\ if. with athaf constabUs to srrv# a hatih of warrants They were till on Georgia ■■•> nu-. and !«mWen!y Crcok »is mtsseii His f.l!i « looked in . iin for him. and I then kept on without him. They believed i Cruok woulu turn up all ri«ht last uu'ht. Hut up to n>-n!jtu nothing has been seen or baaid ■ t him The gillie t.ike no stock in .1 ' the. rv of foul play, but '"hlef WoodrufT j *aye orders to-ntxht for all patrolmen ana 1 plain . lot! men to make e\e*> effort to i locate Crooa.