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Sribtmi* WEATHER To-day. cloudy, probably ?sew. TEMPKRATTKE TCSTERDAfl High. H| Low. 3?. Pull report Page IS. NO. '.'r-.'lS.'L NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, .MARCH 7, 1014. PRICK ONE CENT ? In t U* of Nf? \ork. Newark, .lerne?- City and llobekei?. KLSBWMBRE TWO 4 KM?*. ST. PAUL INCOME JUMPS MILLIONS BY MANIPULATE Overstated by S5.000.00 in One Year, Says Com? merce Commission. RAH ROAD OFFICERS BLAME CONTROLLLI Revenue Decrease Falsel Laid to Low Rates and Cost of Labor. ALLEGE STOCK JOBBIiM All ConoiOl Carriers To Be Hcl to Strict Accountability for Ac? curacy of Statements. Sfgs) ngton Man h G i ?iargi - ths the b' ? t the l'hlcago, Mil ssssjast a/ay ?'(inipan snr! el lia subsidiary, the Chlcag? SJOsreukce ,?i Ptlget Bound I rnrrj; :. have I ? n so manlpi e pul niiri t- nd tO 't' et? a more favorable market for th -arijr.- ? of the roads were contalne )n a report Miad?* public to-d;iy by th Inter-? it?* ? mniiv r, o ('ornmir-sion afie an exhaustive invrstipatinn of th finar' i of the roatta. By meins of entries the income t the St. Paul company for the yea 1910 wee overstate**! by more tha $5.000000. the report declares, and a ? result of this overestimation the re port of the succeeding year showed a apparent falling off of revenue of mor than S2.000.0O0. ?'arious Inatancea of unlawful over ant of income vvr-ro cite*l I rni'l <?<*?,?drmning th g met folkrired by th ?es, hoe evei I omml - ?n< ? ti.p report, .?-aid do not mean to be understoo thing en said as Intiroatlni tha 8t. I'H'ii ompany la not ; raluable property and la not a reasonably anticipate? of it? Hne to ti. eetif wha? Cosnmlasionar Marian d?? port as "serious irregu -* ? ? " in the H'*'niniting system o: ? canled by 1 ? ?though th? ui company ea I from negll n find a la? k of famlli ?part of tha ? ompaay'i under him tvifl immisslon.'' of it i'mo Commissioner's report us to r*ort-defnn or acquit thi r, < ither of full rtaxptnisibilltj srof his share of r. sponsibillty for thi rind | n ?"'f the nr. ounts of these com 881 - hnt ili?*ie are -?rounds loi * that his responsibility was tally qualified and mini. the ii us and dlreC' i.-in t ?- ; rte executive aw. Whatever may he th? ? z.n <i. the commissior rou 'rri^ that a mor?* '?arefiil ebserv* anee of oui rules arid regulations It pron?!??^ foi re? This we eon* ' " | realized."' To Demand Accurate Reports. A Renewal admonition contained in fha -eport made it clear that the com niis set hereafter will hold to etricl accountability all common carriers fa* tha accuracy and truthfulnesa of th? at,<temente contained in their reporte of I'"-j-ir.ial operations. a Instances to-day's repoii ex? "a flnan?'1nlly strong road mak ? earnings would not he=i 'lint* tf? ? ? v g Its property; <??ii lae other hand financially v.. g to a? si ?? Its credit by ?* -*? rig ol operating results, lutte m its property accounts ?!.i?-d m operation. erult was that a carrier's an oj?\ and monthly statements of net ' *-ttin,i?>l n?i four4li page, tliiid loliiinn This Morning's News. local rw , Protesl . l . i ... i .2 ?I r. M .. a .... s 3 ... 3 4 . 4 ... 8 16 16 OEHGXAL. ted 1 i is set. i ? " i Qrafl 3 7 MISCELLANEOUS. I ft . 7 7 . 7 7 . 7 H ii'l 8 9 10 .n??! l> 13. 13 SI ?' '4 M 14 16 . it? SAY TORREON HAS FALLEN Rebels Hear Unconfirmed Re ports of Federal Retreat. B 'i ? ? K *ptn ? ires, March t. i neonflrmed re porta In private dispatches from <'.ij hnahus say thai Torre?n has been ? .i bj the Peder?is and hai .... upied b) the i ebel fon i a, ?rhli eei ? eging ths clt) for u. el No official ?ni- Icea on ?he matter na*. < i.. ? ti i -1 e,\, ,i , , i, m- i,\ i leneral I ' ? i ?hu Villa, snd II is not known how the information could have been received m Chihu m authentic so Without VlllS li Sluing of it. l'i e\ loua reporta hsd been reci cd thst the Fed?rala were deserting In numberc to the rebels, i1 I ha? been reported thai plan? had !?? in made for flight Federals si Villa begin an sttsck. SHAMROCK DETAILS GIVEN TO WORLD Challenger to Have Metal frames. with Mahogany Skin and Hoi low Wooden Mast. i ?The ? me, | London, March 7. The 81 sraro. k IV, h is now suthorltatlvelj stated, have h centreboard. Charles Nlchol? 5=??n. Interviewed si Gosporl yesterday, entered fully im?' ell the detail? of th< new challenger she la of composlt? imiid- th.it Is, ah? will havs metal frames, with ? wood ?kin, differing in this respect from the three preceding BhamrockSi which were of slumlnura, Ibronss ami steel respectively? in th?' construction of the vessel the methods wers very similar t?> i ! i r -? -.- ?^ adopted in the building of small i j Mould.? were sel up to Insure hi i frames coming Into the exacl form of ?the wood akin, which ? ill be of mahog | .m. . Another Interesting operation in Tipipr?.;^ ?it the ? lot port ? srd making of the mssl for ths ? halli i i This will be of wood nuil hollow, and m Itself quite i big undertaking, masts will be made, one to b< .... in of s caiTy-away, and thej will be ?the biggest bolto*? ipars ever built. Needles.?- to say. th?-* Bhamrock IV is |a boat of extreme design, snd II may j he definitely s-tatfi3 thai sbs Will have .? centreboard, she wni probably :->? ready for launching she nd of j Arm. . 1.000.000 CABBAGES IN SEA ; Norwegian Product. Spoiled on Voyage. Condemned. More than .? ti.uhon mellos N.i egian cabbage? were taken oui to m a .h bai get estei i nd d imp? d upon t h* turbulent the At? lantii. Swarms ?if the gulls thai hang about the three-mile-limit line swooped down upon tl ? great windfall, bul Irai at. ly winged rapidl: to the easl 1 1? ;t\ Ing it untouched. The wasted prevendei which In it? youth a montli a ko was ?.allied si %25 - 000, vas shipped a bon id the Bcandi i av inn- Aniel iean liner Fiedeiik VW at Copenhagen, bul thai vessel, having to put into the ??sore? for coal en? countered ? temperature too high t'"t the presen stlon of i abbag They TK-rro condemned yesterdi the Board of Health In Hoboken snd or?|or ed to be deSl I 0 ? d Two Urn? of dat? s. which were until t?. eat were seised by Marshal Henkel on the pier of ihe Clyde Lin" In the North River. 'THELIVIN^vl?US' caught Held in Calgary with Alleged Denver Embezzler. VVinnipeg? lian., Ilarch ft \ ?hv patch from Calgary, Alberta, to-day stated that Harmon C. Bnyder, who was said to have embessied $8,000 fr?.tn the United Btates Portland Cement Company, of Denver, hai been srrested there, Mrs. Bonnie Belle Sutherland, ? young woman known as "tho II. in/ Venue," who disappeared from Denver about the time thai Bnyder took ins ?i? parturs, also was taken into custod; . StiNd'i' will i.e taken back to Denver for trial. Mrs. Butberland had been called "the mosl beautiful working girl In Amer? lea." SHOCKS FELT IN JERSEY ? Reports of Explosion with Many Killed Add to Mystery. ii om live to si ? n thai i> i not as felt li ISTewai i. P i i ? al <?t '?? ? ? and < it '<-s In North? li tei da y a '?. reports thai s powdern / .I exploded real lit?. i n Boma 11 ?"ii ta ? ht ' '??? -1' plai ed aa high as twi r.tfi.i i- ??? i,, v. pa i" ? mi te veril repoi ' iva ling. B T ii"i? omb, t i.ard< ? works ai -. i., >-.. .-,? though ? .?i th tremoi s ha?i heard it.i-. d Ifl ol enow made II Impoaalble to rea h Pompton, ?...??. the ,i , Pon? Powdei L'i work itnmui . i ? damage to . . n lh< ?. ? rut blist /\| I I i , . 1 '.? t.. : - i | i,,, ,t, .| ' ition of an explosion . -. tain? ?i and lha othi ? ' * Financier to Wed Chorus Girl. i>(1. h B.-l Ititd Las ? ' ,;' ' i imbra i , | io be married nexl lo II. B I'att "" " , , , -.. | , ,,,. i .,. it-... ihontb ... ? ?.-??r? ol.l. ?POLL SHOWS TOLL REPEAL WILL WIN ! i - - I Administration Bill Will Have Majority of 100 in the House. ?MARGIN OF FOUR SURE IN SENATE ? House Committee Reports Meas uro Favorably by a Non?Parti san Vote uf 14 to 4. . Th? Trlhiir.? Rui BBS Washington, March 8.?Proropl ai lion In line tsrith the President's ra< sage aras taken bj the House Commit I tor- un Int?ntate ami Foreign Com? merce to-day, w in n 11 reported, bj a vote "f 11 to 4, tha Sims lui repealing the free '"ils section of th?- Panama Canal act. Chairman Adamson filed sritfa the I committee sn exhaustive report in sup? port of th?- admlnlstration'a altitud? i its keynote being: "II is far hotter to abolish the canal Itself than even t" ? permil our national honor to remain in 1 question." Representative! O'aftaufhiieas] and i'..i. inn??. Dem?crata, and Knowland i:> publican, i oted agalnal th? repeal lui1. Represent8tive Lafferty, Pro? -!? -;\c svaa no! present, but aaked i" '" re? "id' ii with the minoritj. a poll of Senate and House mad? by advocates ol repeal show? thai a large ; majority stand? ready to vote for ?i . Nat repeal bill. Representatives Adam? : ?on, Palmei and Bherley figure a ma? Joritj of 1<h? for repeal In '.he House, itora of hotii parties a*ho can vaased 11 ? ? .? guea report thi fol? lowing result in th?- ?Senate: For repeal . 50 Against repeal . 23 Doubtful . . . 17 Not polled . 5 ' Certain majority for repeal . 6 'Piobable majority. 12 i lhalrman I lam son s report wai pr I ? nted '" th' 11 - ? i j i fee momenti 1 alter die vot*1 ' ? i Unless the re? peal hin can be peedily read ed on tic Icalendar Mr. .\dams?.n will sell for a clal i ui<" for Its com deration erithia ? e nexi '? ,i dayi ?Denies Foreign Pressure. Th" majorit) ? ? i"-: I declare! thai th ? tolla proi laion i? ? learly i.-? i ontra - 1 , ' ntion "i" ti,.- ezlatlng tn at] tritt! Proal Psttastb n tlenlet that an: [pressure has bean brottghl by foreign nations, saying: "\i. fort ?'J: . i . ? ? ' n threatened Itl snj kind of , eith? . linn, rcial or dip hen - i.iba ' of htiiu; it ??' ? .. ? ? | ? man?} an i upi Ighi i ourse of de? : fi r oui - right under the ? I] ? v h il polit We are not dial urbed bj thi ta ni made for a purpose, thai repeal would be truckling ami yielding to foreign di manda. \ similar taunt could be lodged against any man or nation hon? orable enough to comply with con? tracta ": generous enough to promote t'ri' mil" i - latioi by ;<?? oi ding re? ? ful consideration to ewi of ih? opposite r ? "??"ron! high sources m this and other ' ? ii" lea and from m< n yet alive who participated In the formation of the ! various treaties, men whose veracity t and Integrity cannot be questioned, \. orne unequivocal statements that the ! language of the treaty controlling the Imposition of tolls was not iiit??nded t" permit ?-uch dis. : imination. "Even if it were a close question, with the balance tending In our favor, wo could not aifi.id. m s mattet "f na? tional honor, to contend ?ir rvrn debate especially a proposition which involvea a poll ?; not In the interest of mir en? j tire people, bul in t he lnt< real of s . small special .?ass. in whose favor the I exemption operates against the general ill!? r Ml "I the entire people. Cannot Consider Arbitration. "The ethics and propriety of di i insr to occupy debatable ground on su. h s question, Involving our perfot*mance of treaty ohijxations. b?8COBia more con aplcuous when we consider our dlsln* clinatlon to refer to arbitrai ion auch ?? question, to be passed upon by a tribu* nal made up in the greater part of rep resentatlvea Of governments all of whom h'ild opinions on the question aritatrnnistir t., oui position Virtue ! and honor, personal or national, are not I debatable nor subject t.. arbitration *vi?re question "f either destroys repu? tat lo . mili standing' ?it sppeers t" your i ommlttes t si after slmosi s centurj of agitation and nego? tiation the Unit? i States aovenmteat having under Internattoial agresmeata (eith ? ree ptrwei la behalf of theaaaehrea sad tha balan? af lha world been p?*r mltted i" eonati ici tl.mal oa Iti o* i, :.uni ... eoi dltlont i leei ? and un ?jqulve ited snd ear? ad Is srs are . ori rx ii- .i ??' ? "? 'i'" ?' s/sltlng for friction .""i embarrassment, ei even the , ,,,,.. ,,. ,,ii, , natloi ? ". ' oi a-ltn oui sgn i .li or stand dlss "?edited trn01 ? unwilling te | f?,,,, oui treal ol llgatlon Wa emu s romp? ??? H less n.'anee In this case a hen s ? ? onsidei n.i< I ? P '.- ??? ,. behalf im m ? rlmination >? In i ,,, ,,:, ? ,i, do net r. slli i ??? 'i lhal ?hut 1 sn H"1 n"??' ln);tiiv ,,,,,!,, i. .i , r in the w..,i.i having no | romp? tltlon ind thai sll II ? ream " ' . n ..un,nil. ?? v. a Id! ttt4 I lioul'l rontlnu? to i njoj t""'' '""" agala f r"' , | | . ,??|.i tltten '" the donrn U< ir*?!? .,, ,i ,, .,:. itred that as ben? ftl , , , ? .ifX r ?. h" Silt] St iae pe?i|?l? ? nnlifiu"! en 18886.1 P"B'. ?????"<! islnino. COAL SHIP IN DISTRESS Wireless Tells of Peril of the Charlemagne Tower, Jr. v wireless asjessag? received in this Cit* last night from the Old Dominion tesmship Hamilton Bald that the ?Ueamshi.i i 'hai'l-magne Tower, .*r , a ,i;'' carrier, "-a* is tUstresa als miles off r*arn?gsl It "a? l).-!|..nj the \r>-se| was leak iiiif and thai the captain was trying to beach her. she sent h message for imtn-diatr. assistant*, and the Hamil? ton. s?ntinr ihe information, ??ommuni catsd 03 wireless with the revenue cutti i u .-. '? a in this city. Soon aft. i ihe mresag? was received the i- enu? cuttei Itasea war- sent it ti.?- \eastal. The >>eagoln| tug m. Moran sise weal down t.? Bamegal t?? ?tand b) ?he dig? Iressel vessel. The ChartStasagtBr? Tower, jr., left Nor? folk for Boston on ftbraary S>. but was leaking s<? badly when mi? got to Mi that ?hg returned to Norfolk for JACK'S LOSES ITS ALL-NIGHT LICENSE ?Mitchel Acts After Hearing Story of Fight There in Early Hours. Jacl - restaurant, which foi more ; years than some people .-an fleure has catered to the sli-nighl ide of th? tc light dlsti 1.1. wp i closed at i I O'ckx k this moi nine. It had often been ssid 'hat when th.' place waa ? ?;?? neo somi i r* ? rv ?five jm era th< !.. ? was thrown sws . Bui liayo Mit. h? i revoked the sll-night license of John Dunstan, th*? propi :????? yester? day, sftei Arthur Woods? hu secretary, had investigated a .?-port thai two young pstrona had been brutally handled In a fight there In the early ho ira of Thursda) morning. .; ici I hinstan tooli II hai dl* a hen Lieut? t.-.'. ' !<??[.''? I, of thi Ma? or*? office, notified him thsl at 1 o'clock he waa to stop aelting both food snd iiquoi At 12:9*9 tWO polie? nun in uniform gol Just Inside the doon 'hen the; wer" pulled back by Detective .lone-. ..f in L> si ?tail snd tatio 1 outsldi At I ?''? !" In ; tof Dwi ?. ?Atorad and Jimm: bLellei the houa** man. told the patron? they must nuit. TI ? ?. wen onlj i blrtj ?flv? in th? restaurant ai the urn., and fifteen of them wet ? women. They ail bowed i edict \ ? ron.1 i oil* I ? ? I outside watching th? autos and taxi arrivi with men In ?veiling dresa and ? ?. in tango frot.- -. and seeing then, .-!...?.?ii away bj the pouce, s? th* ex? el timed in " onder, ' vThat, J ? ? ?h. mj !" spiakmg of the action taken bj him, M..- or Mit hi ' raid: i ? ..ut ii clearl) und? rstood that 1 will n?'t tolerate any public phv . .. ?i a- lur ?? been detail? d to mi are allowed to take plat e. For that n ret ski ?l .la. k'a licei ? The Mayor aid he would probabl; be able to announce hia pollc' in re? gard '" sll-nlghl llcei Ithei to? m?n on o? Monda;. Tue st-.i. u,, ? ... dinei - had g..t into an altercation with a waiter who was accused of withholding chsnge; that anothei diner Interfered an?) Anally the young men wer? thrown Into Hi" street by the waitei When report was taken i" Mr. Woods he sent for the poHcsmgn on the beat. The officer Bald he found two men in front of the Sixth avenu?- i entran.'e to Jack'? about ?"'? o'clock In the iiKirning ?11 battered up. They | they had been assaulted by ?even or eiRht waiters. The tlpht. they said, I had started in the t.-staurant when one of the waiters bad callad th?mi foul i names. The polk eman ssid the right eye of each waa closed and the] had a variety j ?.' abrasion? on their facet The* re- i fused in give their nsmes, snd Mid they could not lilentlfy the waitei o had atruok them. Mr, Woods eaid he had leen unable i to learn .<iio th?- young men were, but he hoped to get int.i tou?'h with them within a day or ao. The story of the policeman, Woods said, was confirmed by two eyewitness?? who had come forward. For some year? Jack'? ws? on? of the few place? in the vicinity of the theat? rical dtBtrlct that had an all-night li? nen ?v MttCh of the earl;, morning life Of 'he district was to be found there after 2 o'clock In the morning Often well Known men patronised II as thej only place where a meal could i>< ob? tained after that hour. JoUu Dunstan. jr.. who Is the SCtlV? mannarr <->f the restaurant for hi? father, said yesterday he v.as not pres , n' when tho troubla occurred, if? had been told, however, that two young men had ?of into an altercation an?1 H be- ! i. m?? iK' esssr*. to put tiiem out of the ! 11,,,, ii. said the ord< rs to th? wait? rri were never to Strike I man in put? imp htm Mit, but to shove him through the door Bo far a? he could learn that rule hud n?'t heen Link? ri. Ile h,i?l heard thsre had bean saw? hahtlng In the pXtomX bul t*or thai the n*a^na*?ga>trta**m( | ' . restsuram ?*-*?*- not rsrsponsiblc Fine for Not Voting Proposed . Marca * I u Impe Ing of -? poii iax of ii" on every verter, to ba re? rnlllril on ptoof that he a'fu.ill VSted at th? most re>??nl election, ts prspos??* In a bill iiitiodU'-fl hy A^m1' | man ? i an?? 'o rla>. ?HUSSEY FREED, AT ONCE REARRESTED ? ! ; Whitman to Rush Trial on Bribery Charges to Bar Return to Force. 3 OTHER INSPECTORS /MUST SERVE TERMS Thompson. Sweeney and .Murtha Also Have to Pay Tines of $500 Lach. .lim'?* i-.. Huasey, the former police ?Inspector, who was freed from prison yesterday by the decision of the Ap? pellate Division of the ?Supreme Court, was Immediately rearreated on two in? dictments charging bribery ami re leased beatos Juatici Beaburj In $2,000 I hail. District . ttorney Whitman v. ? press to trial the two Indi Ib? ni - found agalnsl Huaeej at the time of his .trial for conspiracy. Every effort v.:\\ I i.c madi t" preii ??? h s return t? I police fon '. Al ih" same time thai the high i dl I vision of tha Supreme Court round the ?vidence agalnsl Huasey Insufflclenl to pro? ?? t .nspiia. charge? '' af nrmetf the conviction of his thn i asso? ciates, former Inspectors Sweeney. Thompson and Murtha, On thi eve of the end of their year's term In Black well's Island v. onl was sent to them that they had lost their appeal. In id Idition they faca th? further penalti of 1 oui in-: .-?."Oil tine. i riiatv v. v. ho, 6 ling ? Unding I of the .ppellati Division, was leas con? cerned 'inn an: with the attempt to remov? s witness rjeorge \. Sipp nom this state B year ago, waa hurriedly taken from the Island" bj hit is gave bail and went to th< home of h s sister m Far Rockaaaj He stated through his would take Imm?diat? steps toward complets vindication by regaining his police position, and de. laid thai I"* would fight tha charge of bribery, which, the lower (.-i fremd, waa thi reason behind the attempt to remove ? Sipp, proprietor of s Hai lern h I I from the jurisdiction of thi ? Hussey Gamed in Weight. M issey and his counsel i ame to Man* i hat tan from Black ? da] afternoon. H had been arranged I with the Distii? : .ttorne) thai '.ai1 of 12,1)00 would be sufficient, and s bond for this amount had been obtained. Tha former Inspector was taken to , th? </i Iminal Courts Building n i ?looking well, ihr<e pounds heavier in IwtHghl and wearing 8 full beard ex? 'pressed his satisfaction at the outcome, "i had heard nothing of the de ? laion," he said, ? uni|| | v.gjj told ? I I by mv lawyer 'ins afternoon. Natu? rally, I am o\ erjo IVhen It *\.is found thai JuaUce Sea* bury va- m his chambers, at Ho, B3 Chambers street. Hussey. with his law? yer and a representative, went there, The ball bond waa rned before the ?Justice and Hu sey started for Fai Rockaa a j, Mis counsel stated that an Immediate 'rial on the Indictment] would be demand? d The two indictments tiled in v 1913, ' harge Hui icj. in common e 11 h the other thn ?? foi mei Inape? toi s, with accepting paymenta from propri? stora of hotels in Harlem to Influen?a police action againai the placea as dis? orderly resorts. While the charges are rhi- .sann? in effl I against all tour, it was learned yesterda; that the ims trid Attorney will not pr?s- them agalnsl Bweeuey, Thompson Murtha. n la to prevent an? emba? raaament to Mayor Mitchel In ins po? ll, e for, e that the effort la being made to keep Huasey oui The four count Ol th? indi'i merit * against Huases charge him with i>ri ber, ?" accepting payments of $80 from John II. Tonjes, proprietor of the Colo? nini Hotel, at Eighth avenue and 125th street, and from Thomaa .1. Dorian, hla i lerk. The pajrmi nts, l< - chai - were made through James E. Wren, formerly a policeman on Hussey's staff, and now part owner of B hotel, siso in Harlem. These payments were nr i It is alleged, on or about Januar I 1911, M Is understood thai the wit. noaacs or- whom testimony the indict-1 nient was found Will Willingly forward with their ?iones. Will Seek Reinstatement. Husse* - ottj isl positioi it a o? the decision of the Appellate I>ivi=i?.n. is that of an insp? toi under suap sien pending charges, ir?* will pul in j a ?lam? for reinstatement and salarv from the time of his suspens if successful, he could, of r-ourse, be pLt on trial before the Police Commis-I ? either for conspiracy or bribery. ? Police Commissioner McKaj would not commenl on the dectsion on th? ground that 11 had BOl I St come OtHci* all? before i'. m. The dr. 's.on of I - .PB ?'?' D ' aton. written i.v Justice Scott, h? Id that 11 issej should noi hav? t*?een n.m i.,.,., , n his cent iction ?? -i I ougl sboul through th? testimonj >t eon : a., omplli s, < efly that of E I ?s, b ? I, an attoraei a Ithoul s hlch Ilusa ce M not ba ? s bt ? ?. < onnected ?a ||h t!,i' .'.inspirai'?.. The trial fUUtict charged the jnr? that Nawell must he .?.?:r,i ,i sn a? ' oenpl t s ?hlch the d?r> Div i - I waa S proper 11. ever. 1.H ' h< Id thai II i. seldom p" ilbli to provi s con* . r > n v s 11 ii"iit i h? s ni " s n a* com* pliee, in the ease or Hu ?? there wa.4 not iifn.i^ni eorroborativeceMonce ?m Bweeuey fell the bruni of the re? ? ?-SssbBSMI en ?e. on?l psff. ?Iilh r?Sn?tin PROBE FOR UNEMPLOYED Bowery Assemblyman to Ask Legislature to Name Committee I John B Golden, the Bower*? Assess | blyman, ?rill ask the lajgislatmr on Monda) to look Into the number of un I employed In this cltj ami And out i! the condition? .?:? sa ?ad as they hav, I le? n paint? d. He w ill introduce ares lolutlon asking for the snpointment ol ? - s h. i. m 111 also have th? power to make recommendations handling the problen "if the ? onditiona In New Tork an si had as th?."!. \V. \Y. would maki- Ul ? llave." Mr. QoMen said lagt ir.glr is a blol on the Empire Btate that they fchould exist. S..me means ?hotild tie pro*, ided t.. take i arc of them. Aa im - partis] im ? il w Ul |el us know j the truth of thi situation." INCOME TAX $40.000.000 i That Amount in Sight?Ten Millions More Expected. Washington, March ft.? The income p taa Ian promises to live up to the aetationa of th< sdmlnistratlon bj producing sboul loO.000.000 annually I In revenue psid by i ;..-> to 126.000 In? ! dividual". Although Trcasi ? ofBciata decided I to-nighi nol to rnake pu'.in- for th? -* the reporta of internai revenu? Collector? on the Income tax. it heoame known tha' more than ?100,000 Indi? I isla ha?i mad* return? in ?Ixty? three collection district? up to Moa? !da\ midnight, when the time limit ?a? pu?.I PVom tli.^r.? individu?is ,i was understood the government probably would collect more Hum MO.000,000 Offlciala expeel th? tinai figures te ???? at less! 25,000 more reporting ; than were givSB in the preliminary 1 lists ironi eollectois. ?CUSHIONS CHEER KELLEY'S ARMY California Counties "Pass Them ! Alone:.** First Class, by Train Heat en "Colonel" Deserts. san Pranclsc March 6.?"Paasthem along" is the plan on which California [communities are dealing with "d?n? ierai" Keiiey's an., of unemployed, i now on its way to Washington, and Bg a result the tourists are travelling in .?m fort. it eost ('run.-;. Costs County 1701)50 I In railroad fares to-day to ship the ariuy t?> Benicia, Bolano County. Be? ! m.".a at once mad.' i reparation? to .ci nd it to I oto an?i i ? rounfJss. I .\n sppesl t.? the Btate Railroad Com? mission brought permission foi 1 Southern Pa? 111 to grant i duce I ' fai.. i ut the? railroad i ompans : refused to be a part; to any plan for dumping ind?sirables on to un? iffi ndlng communities," and th?- Solano Countj officials then ?greed to pay first ??ass fares, sa had Contra Costa. The ai m ci mi od si BV alt id for the night, l'oui i-,i Cost? i !oui ' distributed to I a two camps of march? ers. .'?.lux? of bread q of h.^ef, lift; sacks of potatoes, twelvi ?-. a wsgonload of fish and tea, the hun dn da sight. ' < '?.ion?, i Louia I.a Phi ' to i ho staff oi Kelley. d< ? ?l last night and returned to Ban o to-day t< plac? i poll? e detei live vl hi n the un ployed t'u-1 ! montha ago. La P ed to '. -i them, and his Identity was hid d'-n so compietel* that he ret rned to? day with hit head In I ?? d l as thi reoull of a beating given him b: a dep m? at Riel tu?.ml j esterday I when the army engaged h HELEN KELLER HEARS SONG Fingers Press Lips of Chicago Grand Opera Singer. - ingek. Mai- h 8 Helen Keller . rd ?ound to-daj for- the flrsl time situe she became deaf, dumb and blind In childhood, n wsa a song from ' Die "vYalki.ii." by Mme. Sal tama n of the Chicago i 10] an]. standing by Mme. Stevens'a ?ide t Causing her lin^?5!'.- to presa ovei lipa as usual Misa Keller luddenly ex clsimed: "<?h. i bave beard i have heard; i co ild ??? eep oi |o ' ' ii-1 de? meanor oecami n* ml Mrs. .i. v. Mackey, rnpanion, tried to ?gain ami ?gam: "Oh, i have beard, i heal d. EMILY GRIGSBYAS A DOG SMUGGLER Caught at Fnglish Tort with Two Valuable Spaniels---Faces Prosecution. I rabta ta Tv London, March 8. Two Ja iptnieia belonging to Emilj Qrig ?re now in charge of thi Board of mi , . - ? faces j cutlon and I r atti m pi mg to amnggie th? ?log?? Into tbe countrj in \ loiatior laranl Ine ? a Bh? left Pari? for London on Thura da;, night, hut customs offlcis ? ?as her leaving Polkstone witb two ?log* worth about 11,000 each, and Scotland yard meo met hei at ? haring Croas. Detect.*. ? I mils all went to Bon Bti ' ? t m h? ? big limoui Ine, it i? still ??? ? ? ? . o*oga i..i ill nu.nth:, before the) can i.? admittsd i"'" Bngktnd, unless In the ,ai, of I "> ? '? i mirlan, in win? h .as. the ojuarantin? period la reduced Is tin re ni'.m ha 'PROTEST MEETING HELD BY IDLERS IN RUTGERS SQ. Mayor and Police Come in for Raking Over by "Unemployed." - ?WORDS OF CHEER FROM TANNENBAUM i Urges Crowd to Continue Demanding Churches Shelter Them. i ? DISTURBERS TO PRISON 11 Two Sent Away for Thirty Days Fach -Tannenbaum Refuse?. ' to Accept Bail. 11 I PbDowhtg the holding of Trank Taa nenbauna, the I W, W. leader, for th<* grand Jary? tni ;he ?entenang of two Ichurcb lavadora to the v-ot-khoii.??*. n??nf soelallits and anarchist* held meetings of protest laut e\??nine; In l.uiger?? Square and in a hall at. No. 177 1 , Ecaal Broad way, at all r'aces Mayor ? ' Mltchel and the Police Department 1 eenie In for bitter attack*. The men n.-semhled In Rutser ?.-? ,'?/-' ?t O'iStOCk A ?argt) detnM Of poli, e -,\.re r n hand, under the com main! of Captain ?A'aifh. They accon?, 8d t! 8 ?-peakeis and sndifoTs to a hall in ?Saal Broadway, hut did not In? terfere. The meetinK waa In eharg?* of K?44M ; 1 d P. \Mml?. president of the F're? Spe rh LeagtM and OB8 of the , prominent socialista in America | abeth Qurley Flyna, Lincoln St?; Alexraader Berhnian. ?'ario Tre?cn, ?Frank HaasUton, Henry t,an?iwirth. Janie tyCarroU and .YilHt*tni O'Brien also spok*-. Meet to Criticise Police. The m?;etint- v ne In ?whvanee a .tii of the police hardtirg of the ?'un? employed" problem, particularly ar? ?said" th? Tanntmbanm affair and the .irrest?; of the ?wo m?n In Itutger? Sonare ?he previous err-ninc for rnak ? Jy. ? lie?. ? u bo la this man Mil ??<~' "' dama ? ! I'.eri, ii(-arroll. an 1. W. W. Of ganla+r, He i?. aaerel] a heiihop. Do yon know what thai la? 1 trae oi ? he!;;.op. He jumns up when the hHl Is rung. Moigan and 1 he real of tin m t^l! ?him srhal to do and ho d^i?v . Mitchel'a grandfather fought for Juei 'the thing that w are Sghtlag rot now. despicable man la denying us the privilege of (lghtlng.M Leonai ; tbbotl apoks La B^jniaa o: Tannenbaum and predicted thai san? 1 good would come from (?.?* effort to or 1 ganlse the unemplo, ? d "L'nemploj m? -t-f 1 ? perl of lys? . r. m. The ? ratter of i,.? kepi )n|r- so that v.. ' th-11 want to Are 01 ? r heir en I ves j the. will tind it ea lei od \ else to ? ? Su e, if S ero ,mr gea WUU?4 ?go up As long ;s we ha 1 caat? Sm 'here -jtiII he nn??mple and hung? and utiaerj and suffer. ' lag." Frank Strong Hamilton, another f. W. \v. leader, delivered a vlelotat at? tack e.n New York iHtwapapera, stating ?they had published '"' lag r?'|ioi'.i' ' sboul ths .m1 mployed. William 0':ii'ti delivered a mesHag*? from Tannenbaum urging the "bo outside ' t -?? f,,i ? 1 the church ter th? m. a ?najorit: of th? si 1 mad Ruts. ian 200 men listened to the s dd re ases ami there 6 aa '"? d? monatratlatk ins I 1 ' . 1 - \t...?n d? ces from 1 set | ? on, under ? iptain Bcoble and v I ton, ? on'i'i ted s . . strat Br? dm ay, aa*altin| i of ' I. W. l I. ?? , ? , ? IIOItt< e of , ? the rector ai 1 : .-? (ton 1 hat a mol) would i call, and If th? I break .1 . The p,, i lice ?.'??!'? but aftei ??.aitm? 1 fi'im I to \t 1. m , decid? tin -it. Tannenbaum Not Depressed. the I. a B ? .' 1 no .-1 Alphoi sus's u ?di:? -la night, waa tbt de I ? . .? v. h< :. Magistral Free? hi ne ?? Of cou ? . Int? ri at the ? g I . . . .. I we ltd 'I ? 1 .!? -?l'iie thing 1 don 1 think that 1 bv in., detectives ead the ? rerend fain U' n ? ?:.' 1 m p ?'?? ,-,? thai S tO 8 trial b? ISA Im; ni. 1, the 1. on II i .i 1 waa the ? , ? 1 ? V ?; 1 ? 1.... ... ? ,.., . ?um w nu .- v ? v -..i itubll hing il? thai 'I'.r r-'iilailin ? 1 .[ th? iiii'h tlial entered the church, sad that h h?,.I |.. .11 v t to 1 nli |SB4 ,: .air In vv 1 ' .' ni I11... th r.