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SEEK WRECK DEAD Disaster ai Seabrighl Laid to Lack of Lifesaving Equipment. CAPTAIN AND HIS WIFE AMONG THOSE LOST Sailor Who Clung io Rigging of Schooner Saved After Battle with Waves. ? ' '??pond?r'. ' ? "1 16.?l.l'e.av _? ? . ... g the i ? ? tin J. i i the sis memberg srere !''ct from the lum '<ley. re 1. en here i nsJ sSeav* ? ?-?? ..' Hospital la Kmll s siirrtror of the wrrs'k. He owe? his life 10 the fact that he ? r-yMcal r*tre*_th to stick lr. the -lpglng mtl] powerful searchllrhts on ?hore sought him out anil a line srai ?o him It Is the belief here to-night that ' better equlpps'd revenue, cutter service ? Vew T?-?-k cou'. I have prevented any f V.fo at all in the disaster. The | the schooner was knov.-n ?n time tott host to get here. Martinson Is ? tO re-over. TTe Bj ?? .s most of the nlfht, fol ?' his terrific battle with the wavei ? ?lashed errer the vessel and the gwlrl* ? *r lumber that buffet e I Ida a? he wast ?awn to shore after catching; the lifeline, ?nd wind?I It around his waist. Be ha*? been unable to -five any coherent statement of the events that happened '?? the fl-jokley struck. Ho recalls the aptatnfs eTort to gare his wife sDeddlng i gtajP with his ship, the commander ? ' " I the m ite to lower a boat and I Iff? Hardy ashore. Three sailors ?//?erg potting the yawl over the fide wl en thev were carried away by a roller. Those on board then ?took to the rig? ging Martlnaoa saw Captain Hardy jump for one of the lines, miss and Jam -t the s'.ie of the 0Ch4>0ner. He heard the captain par. "My lee is gone." After that he saw no one except ?he oooK, who was hanging head down In the rlg - And apparently w-i5 drowned. The schooner will rever float again, 1 ave driven her fast into the sand and she is a total loss. Her ? of If, Is floatlng near by yelks?* pine is washing ashore. ! _ ard a. HeMrltter, of I tseth, N". J.. are having It piled as. n. the beach. The alii in MfJbrMge, Me. Her aptain came fnm Belle Island, Ma r-ardtng the charge that the eight loss! t] - schooner Charles K. ' ey might have been saved if the ; ?i" cutter eenrtee h"r?*> were better | ped, loto F. Wild said yen? i t an he ooaM do ?rae sit with I end let them drown. 1 am often confronted with such e**-?r ? ? g_ pmrsirlsne Fer a long ? ?? been striving to g<*t ad?quat*. o tor New Tork. bjt Waah ? '"1n* nothing, fo far as 1 can i have only three seaproir.? trotten end when tally equipped." -_ MANY HEAR HARP CONCERT; Public Takes Advantage of Free Music at Wanamaker's. 4 crowded auditor'-:? rreeted the' artlsti at t(* ham concert at Wana? maker's yesterday eitern-ooa, the fourth ; tt a ser>s held this week to V/hJ h the ? admitted without coet Alex? ander Randk, o-e eon ,.-t ,;:-?- r,played] ? ?verai ?eiectu i -? ?? t-1 gn ?'. organ, wh''e the other perform? rs were Everett - i sj sSahratore de Btefuso, harp \ato; Woa Dorothy Unwell, soprano, and Qordoa Kahn, ?Vlollnlsrt. Concerts also wi" be given thlt afte?. aaOM at ?:?0 o'clock and to-morrow after? noon At the last eoaeerl ?elections will be plaved br a harp ensemble consisting of Carlos Sn'zedo. Miss Mildred Idling, Antonia Griffin and Miss Marlon Marsh. - a OUSTED OFFICIAL HELD FOR THREAT Ni^ht Superintendent at Lodging Mouse Accused by Char ities Prober. '' '" ' " " ". ?night superintendent of Mm municipal lodging boose, went to ? i with a pnmonltlon that I i re gal ' ? 'i good tot ? "r ' ' ' esa At the he met Henry I. Qrotheltn, one ' ,h* I' ' : been Irving In ? ? ? -a lodger. The ' knew that he ranted him with ? a lake rke Informing Hurt I ? ipped "fog the ' rlsrht out ? ' ? ? | dirty work." ? "elm, : . ? ? - it." ?US and arraigned S ths I trate rge ol | hiH '?? Krotel dlrs furnish e 5 ? . in? ps,,? ? ;>? dajra. Butlei re< ' < Market ??.?'. >z one of 1 FREAKS DRAW STUDENTS Medical College Sends Delega? tion to See Circus What-Is-It. a d?l?gation f- its the < - e of Pbyai? . ? t ta see 1 kg. i la the ' ? -i or ,< i aowr the ctu g not ? s ol / inf-ieMt ?'I Hie ? ? . ' ' ? ? ? t|<, ts I ? ? ' In W ? ?lass In Sbttttft WRECK OF THE SCHOONER CHARLES I". BUCKLEY. JERSEY BANKS JOIN REGIONAL PROTEST Many Plan Campaign to Escape Assignment in District of Philadelphia. The ?xecnt.?e committee of the N?SW Jersey Mato i:.-, niters' Aw-odatlon. which r.et yestenl.ty at II Kiuhaue-e Place, Jer? sey City, r?i'?'!vfil a report from the asso? ciation's banking and currency omi: protesting BfsJnsI the regional hank ? tri. t lines Which separate Northern New Jersey from Ntw York ?City, a.-?-ip:ninR that district to ?Philadelphia. The bank In?*; and cum m y committee was author? ized to pr- brlefa on the subject and submit them to the ?""federal Ressnra Hoard. It was reported by the banking and cur? rency Committee that New Jersey hanks north of M.-rcer and <?cean counties sr-o'fd he ?slQllated aith N'fw York City. K\ ery bark lh that district has stsniiied ltd wish to he aligned aith New York. It Is said that Near Toril b.anks are row soliciting deposits from manufacturing and men**int!le houses In Northern New Jersey in anticipation of the assifjrnment of New Soroty (..inks to the Philadelphie repional bank district The purpose of the meeting of the ex? ecutive committee was to protest against the New Jersey bank stock tax la??- and to fomiulate plans to fight the law in court. Colonel WiUard C. Hske. of Jor se?- OtTJ", co'insol for the association, ?jrSJ empowered to enpa?e additional counsel for the legal flstht. a GETS NEW ORDER IN SUITAGAINSTCHOATE James R. Watts Likely to Have $500.000 Case Reviewed by Court at Last. .lanes P.. Watts, formerly a wealthy coaJ merchant of New York, who applied two year?? ago to the American Par A- ? elation for the disbarment of Joseph H. ?'hoate, ex-Ambassador to the Court of i-'t. James's, on the irround that he had been heavily da-nac-d by I ?:? t at the han'ls of Evarts, Choato Ai tin, Mr. Choata'a 'aw firm, pot a mandamus -. ? ?.-t-rday from the IJnlt?xl Btatea ?Circoll Court of Appeals, dir. ? an entry of Judgment in a iW.OCti damage ? I rout-lit twenty-two Years ano by Watts ?gainst Wslter Weston and Alfred J. \Ve?ton, who bad been his partner- in lb? firm of Weattm Brothera ft ?? It ??as all-trM that wh?r. the Westons 0 ;t, Wattl had a contra?*! which ? give the firm 20 cents a ton on thd Mlllng rights of the Primrose Colliery, msrno? by the W?t*Stons, and the contract was to run from 1?A9 to 1W1. "When Watts sued the Westons In ltK> for breach of contract be was represented hy Mr. ? hoate's Arm. Judge Wallace. In the United Ftnt.s court, dlrc-t'd a verdict of plx cents he.-ause the aetlial damages could not be proved Watts allogtal that Mr. r'hoate i to atari a n?-w action, as dtre.-ted by the co-.rt. < ?ther attorneys brought the BeOOBd if tier? In 1*VT,, but .ludpe Wal a ?Msmlssed II on Iha ?""round that he h:,?l parsed OH it bet?re. On the failure <?f the We?t'?ns to have the dismissal **" : * *' r.d on tlie court rec Watts applied to the Federal res? trict Court to have h dona The aprUica r. O? on the Freund of the . ?? ' lap?-?* f.f tlmS Y'-sterih, \'s tfliitl .? order of the Appellat? ?"o'irt makes r< Bible a review of the ?.e-nnd trial and d ATTACKS POLICEMAN AND GETS BEATING Man Who Says Mayor's Detective Was Attentive to Wife Told to Keep Peace, "fha r<-"? Hme Oeorga ?Daillng, of ',?*?! West Intu? at, rets tie impression that his rights ara being flouted by a poiice ie will think it over ?veil >,???". .re ? Vi-.',.? i- I r entmenl He show??! It i rasutl rot a ?heating, s;ient some tirt.e in a cell and was ln ?i ' | trata tO keep the a for alx n '.nths. T'.trliMT wenl to the home of his wife'? ,. ?? -, -. ??la?,- afternoon In ".-irrh of In thS '??'? ?? met Dete? Use John .t lied to Mayor Mit? I ??.,,. H?- r? ? ogr/lsed I'h? !.. ? ? ? ? who hiii beei ? tig Mrs Mention t'<r more thai . | lira Darilni ? ? ? ? I aald ? ? pi lan, and ,v ,.. . nd fell !r> Iba hallara"/ After g ,., .r?i :? ' tumb?a light PI elan g ? a throat and took him a ? .-r to the H ?art II ''i ? I "Males Ma tlon In the men'- High I ''? ? II ?told his stor-.-, and then Magistrate -?I Mra ?Darting to the st?ri?l Her . ? ? ' from h'-r tMllj ? ??fated I ? ? ? - testlfl? -i to ? r?test the i ?r;,?. I ?., larad i ?arllBg t?. ? ? ? ; I ? peso f< ? /?-.'.. Ute. HIS GLASS EYE EXPLODES Heat Over Mexican Insult May Explain Accident. ITly TelSgrapk te The Trlhun?.] Huntington, W, Va., April 16w?Whtk nading the morning paper the glass eye of If. C. Canterberry. a tanner near here, exploded, dantsrberry was not Injured, ?"antfrberry was leaning over his paper, his attention riveted on the Situ? ation in Mexico, when his artificia! eve hurst. The explosion was similar t?> that of an electric light bulh. There vas a lot of noise, with little force be? hind it. <7!ass eyes, like incandesi-ent lights, are made with a near-vacuum. Just What caused the explosion was more than opticians hers could explain, POLICE SILENT ON JEWEL THEFT CLEWS Man Who Locked Store and Robbed Window Used Pad^ locks of Obsolete Type. The police nn?l Hurr.s detectlv? ??? I re ? lent yesterday of the prompt nr rr*t of the criminal who locked In the employes of Michael Roeenthal at his ? ry shop, i "><;<> Broadway, ehortly after 6 o'?i<?ck Wednesday night and .- hi? escape with 116,000 worth of jewels from the display wlndovs in? formation, not divulged but considered most Important, ?vus recelvs l yester? day by Lieutenant John Becker end Do* tectivee Van Twlatern sind Phelan, of tt.e Wrat 80th st. police station. The man for whom thef are sleeking is not the ordinary type of ' Strong arm," hut Is believed to i?e a clever out of-town crook. Th?' theory that after faetenlng the Broadway door* of the ?Sheridan Building from the Inelde be ? hie escape through the Sixth ave. entrance has been dls?carded The su? perintendent of the building wss near the Sixth ave. entrance at the time an?l no on? ? . him. It Is believed that i, ?ter watching his pursuers gbai the laahed Broadway door an?i around the corner to Sixth ave the rol - ber either untied the lashings and strolled forth on Broadway or elae oui by way of the roof and emerged through .?oine other building The BU perlntendent of the Sheridan Building was the iirst to reach the Broadway en? trance from the InsMe. Ho found the lai hinge loosed About the only clews the police have gre C'? tv.o padlocks nn?i the chain, the tare v.\Xh which the brick w ? wrapped an?-i the lashing used to fasten the doors of the Sheridan Building Old Grammar Alumni to Dine. The snnual sllnner of the P V L. ?Suth? erland Association, the alumni of Grsm mar School 3, in s?rove, at., one of the OldesTt echools in the dty. will be held on Tuesday evening, April 2*. at the >I"tel Martinique An election of ofllcers will take p!ace before the sllnner. City of? ficials and many professional men arid merchants arc numbered among gradu Sts ' Of the gi hOOl. Belmont Not in New Orleans. August Helniont, Jr , denied ySStOrday the publiahed report that he has recently leen lu N? w Orleans, where his trunks*, were Mixed He (-aid he hsa not left the City, .but has been at his desk dally in th?- office of the banking house 01 Aug. --t ont >\ Co. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. SUNsiAV KVEMNfl CONCERTS THE DELLA ROBBIA ROOM The Vanderbilt Hotel MISS SABERY D'ORSELL Coloratura Soprano Courtesy of Mr. Oscar Hammeratein. Dinner de luxe seven to nine o'clock Two dollars and fifty cents DANCING INSTRUCTION DURYEA'S 47 West 72nd Street THES DANSANTS ?atardssga, s s? n :is> ?..jmu.ion $i, ?lu, i>? \ printed d? s, rlptlon of _ gess sUnc? _i ranged ?ii?i damonatreted i-, Mit. OSCAR iV.A fc'!i'is i,> tnosse attending tbta net. "Hesitation a la Duryea 1 ' ??'? i" ' be n i.'a D t M< i 9, in etaee t? '?'? "? ?' ?7 ?e?s ~.l,l P_, arid r>? and ?*>7 ?,e?l 1*'i| v| -|>| gg|j ( ol l'rlvitle ln*l ris? Mo? In \?>nr Unisse Or Mr Misill?. Her* Vo Atststeni tnstruetere, i ,, t., n,. Minuit "Itttpt s?. -, I ..???.. s?nr ?S,,s. ss s YIYi: ?,_ lS,-.|S?|S.,n. m?tJmSJmmm |SL i ? i e ?leeptlnnal ?M i?j lo Impart ^ lim,le McyrrJZ^ Ml?? teem Ss.??rr'? l'IllsIW s.\llls|N. li *-.. ml bOlU Sil. lAlssp S ?.?i Uu ban ?'. BANKERS DEMAND LIMIT FOR SIEGEL Whitman Urpcd to Show No Le? niency in Prosecuting Indictments. The exclusive announcement In The Tribune Monday thai th.? bankerg who lost hearll) by the failure of the Four teei th Street Store, the Simpson Crawford Company, and the Henry Blegel Company, of Boston, were tenl that District Attorney Whitman proeeeute Henry 8ie**"el an?l I'r.mk _ Vogel to the limit on the fourtcn Indlctinenta now pending egalnet ?'ii.ii yefiterdsy, when Gil? bert ?"?. Thome, rlce-preeldent of the Na? tional Park Bank; Stephen ?Baker, of the Bank ol the Metropolis, and Jamee S. Alexands r, of the x. ? k of Com? merce, called upon Mr. Whitman to deny other publlahed reporte that ths :? mi n ? to the men. The bnnkcr?. Sti see institutions 1o?t up war, i ??? j- so '??? ? fall rea, told Mr. whitman thai the tanking community ?aiahed no leniency .?-hewn They had no desire to hound lb-* men, bit th.-v did Want : ? to that en?l oTered the Dietricl attornej all the facilltls of their bank's. On hie part Mr. Whitman essured I a bsnkera that he had nei er I ? t the bank i I ths ( fel? onies, and thai he Inte ded placing both men on trial as goon m the Beckei ? GUILTY OF THEFT, SHE TAKES POISON Woman Sentenced to Reform atory for Shoplifting At? tempts Suicide. Mlea May Moore, tw?rnty "ix vears old, of 77 ::?1 ?' . N? W Dorp, Statcn Island. Is In the I.ons- laland CollesXe Hospital. ProoJc lyti, FiiffcriniT from poleon taken with "il ter being sentenced yeeter .s, th,? ? 'inirt of ; ? il Bs klyu, to 1 ' tory f??r Shoplift I' IT She <*.a charged isith srteallng rilb -?rar nients valued at 1766 from g department gtoi . Is Ms? ? After be.:. found guilty 'he g*jre -ed in the cow ? takei to an ad? joining room and '??..?' i by Mia PYancee ?i sifir'er. While the latter had hei bas k tui _A Moore ran Into ked the door. When ?t . ... i ? , .-, -vas lying unconscious on the fi??or, with an empty four-ounce sbottle, srhich had con? tslned lyeel, nnd a hypodermic gyi Leiter Verdict Set Aside. Jugtlce Hendiick ? <? sulde yeeterdai erdlct ?? ' '??.?!? . ? talned by W. B Krenklin ft c< Joaei h Letter for 175,000, m connection with the ! national Power Company pool, svhl h fell gh Acting on a motion Hied I y Mr. Lelter*e counsel el the time ,,f the last trial ot the i t, the lustlce had imw ? ! a new !r Something l\iraordinary it Un*,.s Ruin-; on $2.00Pajamas /fjfr at $1.35 Crepe, Soisrtte & Mercerized Madras A famout brand of Underwear A thin! saved Medlicott Shirts & Drawers White Lisle & Merceri/csJ 98c each Regularly $1.50 Men's Socks (Seconds) at Half 35c Silk Linie (seconds) 17c 55c Purr Silk (seconds) 29c Men's Pure Silk Gloves, tec, worth $1.00 Men's i hamos (iloves. Mc, worth Sl.?O SLEUTHS FOIL AND TRAP AUTO THIEVES Chief of Gang and Well Known Racing Man May Be Arrested To-day. FAUROT'S SQUAD ENDS SERIES OF BIG THEFTS Twelve Taken and Nine Have Confessed-Details of Car Plots Revealed. ??'??i un- iii.-i i m a .? (m o ?clty and brought to ? .. ? ? thieve Twelve arrests bava k*?r*sn made trta nine of th?. pri onera bava plssded ?guilty. Two of the r In? were sent for a year to the pen? one t?. Elmtra und five remaiid entence. Thi-ee others, pleadinK not **ullty, ?are to fscs trial within a month. More than twenty of the, stolen cars have been r.-o'n. re,? -ml the Chief of th?> thieves, it |a ..?[^i'ti'il, will he arrested t'> dajr or to-morrow. His arrest ?sill he fol? lowed by that of a prominent racetrack man In Wires I "oiinty. The arrest Of ?Chartas Rudy, December 8, ,nv-i-'ii of Mealing a car valued at \M,?H\ gave the detectives their first clew to the Other thieves. The man confessed and pr?.vl?led evid,-r.ee which resulted !n the apprehension of "Split?" Travis, ".lack" Chaaler and John QarglST, an al laged ?broker for ?itolsB cars. ?Th-'T ???? ati?-st? .i Deosvobet H ?and ?* Harry Wevser was tst'estot .January h, charged artth ateallng a Hudson from in front of the Astor. Ot* the same day s Packard, raluad at KO* was recovered .,, ,.......,,,)re, another blgta prs??*Bd ****** recovered OB January M On February - ..Jack.. curran and ?Pre* Huff "**??*: reated. charged with stealing a car which wal ,.. ,uj ??? trerea in Troy. v *' i^^ovartea of ?csrs follanrad each other ? - m IP stolen on ' ?'? 'v' An '" I %Jh On February IT. was found on the ?th On the same day the BQUad located a toOTtBg c? which had been stolsn from^garoga at 81 Seventh eve., in a shed at AstoliB, L*ns Wand, **? ?? WH< ,)rinK piu ,n the ,:e-e:,-e of several P?>U<-nu-n Ralph Martin, Jam? CslbOUn and John Puch, .ere taken Martin and Ca?OUB wtrt Mtli to the panltsntlary ?sad ?ruent to Klmira. , . S? thorough bad bsso the work Of the .!?,,?.,.,.... ,h.., Charlea ?Brush, a -roung rfeur, liJdlcted by the ?gfand jury en Clothes made to order are like ?castles in the air- -what you dream is so often so dif? ferent Here you get no rude awak? ening; you sec what's most be? coming as o suit ?before von or? der. Perhaps one of the Ban nockburns handsome ?gray*' and-black mixtures; possibly one of the English club cheeks. No danger of later disap? pointment, for if you or your wife tloesn't like it after you gel it borne, we'll gladly ex? change it or "your money back." Suits. i*18 to $45. We er.pe.-t our clothe?? to be? compare 1 with the work of thoroughly good custom tailors. Shirts of every description! A wonderful array of pat? terns neat and ?patterns ?gaudy. A generous variety of the popular fancy "mushroom'' tucked shirts for business wear. Rogem Peet Company, Three Broadway StorM at at at Warren St. 13th St. 34th St. AMUSEMENTS. IBIBBSE P1NAF?RE Av.43-44. Dly.S I ". ? produ? I KELP WANTED Lili 1 Li? ... i WeS.,2 SO ?/ r. ni HOP A M RB (Ressente GRACK GEORGE In 'I III. 1 HI I H" t>J CL1 DB I I I'll. iisisi m Th. 1 I Thus? iHRInCn ,,... -, non ruii SISSS . j HIGH JINKS M5?H mills ?tellu Mn hew und loss, l.esrti M WIM. II I I??' I '**' Then. I' ? 0 'I _ ?.rtnr?' Kun.l Day. l'Hure??.. I Mta i isss'a *v U ? T ? i i \ 0 I ? r ;? Mat v. -i MARRYING MONfc. ? ,,i M stlj ess a. ? srsV Fui I PnDT LAUHETTE TAYLOR VI U II I li <? V M. in:Altl" nnnr !?-? sTtga Sp a rial Metsaeea. UUH I III II \\ . > \| : II -?! .? ? ' I '. UURETTE ?AYLOR ?ffiVV.r ?Ir?I .1? \\ ell." "Il.i|>l'iiie?? " ' I be I'm l.f l>>III^a." _> j. UAH fLKl M LN.NKll .. _ AMUSEMENTS._ WINTER GARDEN ESTttSSeafS ':? the whirl ;,;; WORLD CIII?R?BT Th?a.. 44th, VVeat ??. Broadwaj onuDtni | ...iu..i Sam Bernard?Gaby Deslys lB Use Helle et Bond **treet. M UK. I. ? t? sTffts? i m .< U'-<l . 2 13 THE RED CANARY M Ait, CI ,?!-??.- D ???' Eva ? Mista ??lin Ol? ,. w .?,?. -: ring Pri ? Pe Mea H; O? h li M M The MIDNIGHT GIRL S^ffSSl, iperlal Matinee Arter?' l'isn.t Ilnv _t_iU ?* Thea near B"wa) ?vga S 10 O Jin ??!? Moto. Te-as'sa ,t IVed 1 TOO MANY COOKS Ka?HSJ-? PLAYHOUSE--,;-:,:;,--';, THE 1 MINGS THAI COUNT komedy,..^!'??1 tVT ?> ?_ ^.TUhg^I/'iiiiJ ST. TODAY perial Mistlnoe A 4a I II l*T. I I 111 A. '???,.-i>ii . Illg gr.s Mssrreea Manhattan ?>?. lie " r?? *_? '.?? ri"xHeat*s$3 llssul PlVlflVVi ''":1 "? s < pyerb. t?iLvnn ,,,,,, ..,,,,. ? ?s wu Ou BateaPnai Omar th<* Tantm'k*r M l ?I I Mi r - i . m ,i To m'a ?? i -, ?,,n Balea POM mi \ u rile resalsssafcer Nil. \\k IHHI ll.li lilt U.11SJ.N lu .Magic ! T'if-sday and apparently despairing of proving himself Innocent, walked Into the office of ASsattaat ""MstrUrt Attorney Deuel . on WednoMl.iv and confessed. ?Bnugh held the key to thOM of the thefts ?vhlch tho arrest of Rudy hud failed to clear up. Hearing that he w.s about to tell what he knew, three rrr?n hn?l overpowered hint !n SB upttrWfl fl.it and given him a bad beating, robbing him of his watch >nd threatening him if he talked. Ac?COrdlng to Rr'ish's confession, be had spirit?-! away s high-priced touring car bel? m ?,! n- tu Dextst C, ?Bayosa while it stood in front of his office, st UN l.roa.l way. There asemed Bttls ehaacs of a re? covery, b-it a e.'irl who bail known one of the rh ??? m apoks of it to an. instirame adjuster. !f?> took his fnf?irmati?)n to the W?,<;t 47th st. station, where, he says, he was r-ebuffed. He then went to K. B. Hot - WOOd, an irs.rif.ee sdjUSt? r. Who h..?l Offered l.'-'-O for the r?t':rn of the car. Detc'tiv.- Ueyera found that two men had stolen the car and that one of them was Rrusli. They bad t:ik?n it. the girl Ml i, ?? i garago Ib H.-rnen st., Brooklyn. Here they furnished it with a pair of 1911 licen-e i ads tak.-n from the ear of a physician, it waa eventually fo-,;nd at Jay and ""*ulton Bta., Hnoklyn. MAY TAKE CONTRIBUTIONS Not Illegal for Members of Con? gress to Ask Colleagues. | From The Tritvine Rarea?.?. 1 Washington. April 16.?A resolution r?*~ ported to the Ilo'i?--.? t>-d.iy by the Kl<*< tlons ?"'ommlttee <!cclar??s that it Is not ?? violation of the federal criminal code for a Senator or Representative to solicit or receivo contributions* for pi-litlcal pur? poses from other Senators and !:? ra sentativs, and to solicit such contribu? tions by letton ?vrl'ten in the Senate or House ofhes build Representative Mann, Republican leader, uk?ad whether campaign asssasment let? ters of the I)e:ri?i?ratic <'ongressional Committee were .n ?rlolaUoB of the law, GRAVEL GRAFT JURY ! SEES FILMS AGAIN Defendant Admits Private Road Was Made with Material Left Over. HJserhsad, N. v.. April IL?Betete tne defence began to-dsy the jury in ttie Coram-Patcbogtie mute road gmft trial again begged permission to attend g mo. ?ilon picture Pbsyw, saying they n.-. ? i mental refisebment after b<*in< locked -u glnce Monday. Justice KapP'T let. th'm K?i. with a guard of four ds-putle?. When the def.>n?'e opened the eeori ?Stated thai the gole question OOtU tti dwell upon was whither the ,)r??:??*r amount <?f IVekwkill gravel wag ugnd . i paving the road Leigh Rohartes, the accused engln-eer, ?WON that six Inches of gravel had r??n l.iiil, an?l that nowhere was ths- av Width leee tha.n lj fe?-t ft Inches. An omis .si??n of puddling ha?l been du?> to a ? ???? ?ity of WSter and an abSeoce of raits, ho valil. Robarte* dt nled that he rsd ever Oti I that some of fh>- gravel gged had conn out of the l.exlngton avenue subway, tig also denied that In his discussion with Thomas Smith, the Ctaan farmer, he hnd refcrr. d to the "ring" at Albany. Me ?Stated that what ho said was that SM "superiors" at Albany were not likely to whip him like a schoolboy. Another ol the dafendsnts, John Huher. engineer for the Suffolk Contracting Oom pany, denied having said that his "or,. worry was that the road might not hol?l together long enough to let him get gat of town." I'rider crosr-examlnatlon Hi bor admltts?d that a private road ha?! been made with material left over. ?ftlgsno Smith. civil engineer, of T-j^r, declared that tests he had made showed an average of Ml lachee of gravel ?nd ?. widtii of ICI feet _ AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. MU ??IKK'S IK1I1IN? TIIKtTKKS AM? M < ( KSsK!*. iiiim: THEATRKS HATS' NO DEALINOS WITH THEVTY*0* tu. I?l>l BEATS CAN BE OBTAINED AT H?i\ ?il I K I.e. EMPIRE ? -. M ? 1 Vf ta., 2:'J0 -1 \-l \\ Il K> NEW AMSTERDAM "" ?? \ ?gsaterpleee of ?lelixlv. it r>- W, -'avs-fe offer? 1>. ??? .,? m'w & Thurs 2 j 1 "?"JERRY LYCEUM HILLIEBURKE^, LIBERTY ! T^-fiiKUS In "?.ADV niN?fiRM?KE'S m t " ? ">? r?- -.. , ??, [,.. ?? FUI TflM ' ? rULIUH , . ? ?-.. . 2:30. ne=C\ TMP* A D6T4tCTIVC tl g T ad Busll ?' N^?n a-nl H ? WH ?.AII 1V B'waj '? ? ?. at I ^'?IKEYSTO? DC5T af-?aTV?i*,^?^-*,**? play FBALDPATElThr.T?s ?3 L.*?J. _3. ?.^is7".LH.! GARRICK ?, ANGLIN Fui ?! Ben? J MISLEADING LADY th St., To-morroa I '?'? I ! \ |,i-,.-i,ne Plu? rtifl, n l.uv. -.for?. THE GOVERNOR'S BOSS'> ?,AM,:sa t nd 43,1 Wed? ? ? ?; 1 ? ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^L*\snn_^^ H\ UPK ?*-'' S? ? '?' of B>a? .?AKFAI/rl M ita To-m'e ? Thura . -' '-'"? BMBM^ItlD THE RULE "o/ 3 1/M? KEBBOIIKEB. H? & 38 St. Ev. S Ma ?n '-THE J l? H BliLASCO ;,' ? m-?-. :rod.i'-.. ?rDftIIPCC CTACID in "? ULIAIN ELTINGE SSSRSSS Tlin CRINOUNE ?IRL WILLAC.rs , t?> ?SI. Mal. To-m'w f?naun??!'? i:\ ?? !rN? -m uTTtfCAFrss^l. N'ai Moi M ! E I \l.l M I l.'KO. M ta '.im'". * We?. ind ?Benefll Mal Te-Saj CYRIL MAUD. LAS! ! tri the t ? GRUMPY MADISON SQ. GARDEN nttkn. APRIL 21 WORLD'S GREATEST FRONTIER EXHIBITION a VLL ???"?. BUClTHr?*'". AN? I Dw A^.t: AR ?. iTC SEAL WILD WEST SHOW More l.eissiiise ln?Isin-, I?iiIi?ik. < nwjtlrl?. Meilsaae. K,.per- uni Ressgh KMer? Than MOST'ST R E nVo U s'SHOiv Off EARTH admiMtoa or ft. t~ft0 Beata ?WtthsSeati -*9 SM OVK, ? |i.oo, 11.50 TOP. ntlf K MATS, lt.?i -.'.st?. :v-*l.0O. Ttr.r gaita \rt?. fl.SO ! Ig ta |2 ?S Bat Oltl.e open? Mon.. \|>rll tO, at I *.. M. BIG ILLUMINATED WILD WEST STREET PARADE MONDAY EVE.. APRIL 20 L.:\n\ ?flr LAST 2 DAYS "M D , a 8:15. Ol 'r '"r BaD?X^IXIJ barnum&bailsCyWi ,-sa__f_c_c_ ITN M S II WS I Kl ?Il lui nil RAT < un mim v- -ri s i tri i?"THF. WIZARD PRINCE J ARABIA" BI?.GKST CIRCUS AND MENAG FKIE sEVEB DISPLAYED IN MADISON SQ. GARDEN ?????.# 25c & 50c Privai? hung a?al 12 0 i : en und< r 1?t '? !0 S. COU \:. v ??TftR I Bee. i 2?>. H ?*??*? I U? -1..2 20. A RAYMOND HITCHCOCK t?4 riii:m:m ivsiio??" Cl TIsMRP ' ly. Kvt. s 15. CL NI.Ud y lt? To 2 15. i_L__Mna,A?H:fia ? H M SSi/H' ?-? |0______*L l" . H ST.. .11' ir'BtVAl <s U g*Wi C CSNtui o__3___aa ACTORS'FUND DAY TO-DAY &?? Benefit Actoi I i - ? ? rica OK THE REIGNING HITS AT THESE NEW YORK THEATRES a ? kek'a Neis amaterdasst, sVatos ??ai If, M ixlna Elliott, Bltlnge, . i i ? ? in'a Kni.'U ton, Murraj Hill, Hudaon, Columbia Miner's lirons. Hurtig a Hm Wins i ? People'a IRVING PLACE THEATRE I ? tile I neuf I risiil. atina? el 2 i I "Moral " COLUMBIA :'?; : BURLESQUE ^*** itsii, ? tTsstsMn?s.irl? frsasss IS?|>l->Innal. lu-ilu> bjj.-Llal ilui.sifo AelOSB1 i und Da**, METROPOLITAN^ In nl?hl. *? Amore ?le.li. o. I mini -ecret Of ?-11/ nine >?,t ? 2 K"??ia-Uin.i??r. n ?r. Robeseai i (orlta, K< ? ?' ? . Herta vit. .v prie? M:i??? I lute. DeetlBi . Hempel, Alten; Berger, pvither po a, Lees? ?.Coi *>ii?. E 1 erdi-lt inner ( oncrrt. aida, Dea Ri h s : lega ????'.. i v. mea i i ? last Week: Next M?.n. d- 1:18 lioheine. Fsvir, Alten; Martin, tniato. Cond Po i lue*. Hal a? 2 ill to $".?. Doable Bl . Haenerl : lintel, I Leen Paallarel.B Ree --'..-' an W ?-il. 1 ?.-. ? - ? ' , T'niaeeo. lin,,-, at 7 ? Inhesgils rniiiaiail itiwnari ' I . Hertr I rl. 114a. Deatlnn i ?I ? Vertin. r< ?hier, Roast ?Cond . r? a H \l:l??t w pi tNO i IED. PCIUTMBV OPKRA fENTRAI. PARK UtlM I Uli I HOESE WK?T 8?NT> SI. I.M-T ?TREK OP Tin: REASON. ? r;.. "NATOMArt ' ?"Pt'I.AR 181 BSCRIBE CONCERT gUNDAT NOW for NEXT gRABON? 2.1e to |1, OPENING SEPT 141h C'ARNEUIE HALL, Thia Aflertioon. at .1. JOINT ReCITALBB_ \jOSfF JT ?TAT&& tt I ? a ? ??? ?? ?.,'.?? <? ?rea??, Th-Lel? ?..? at I? son's H MrBrliie's for SPRING FESTIVAL am? BALI. 71-1 REGIMENT ARMORT, M lt., I'?*>k \?-. W? I?. Uli R. & l'Rl . APRIL tt, S3 * t-ttH, lira Marrar ?nderoon, Mi I MraVer? "'???, Bpecta .*. . ? rea CARNEtilE HALL, Bat I ?.,??? tnr IS. at Stil Men?,i, < .m, ert '(.er,,,:,,, -eanirn's lluinr' ARIONSOC.UEDERKRANZSOC JULIA CLIP GIUSEPPE PICCO HOPF \v " BARI TONE Seats 12.00 tu 50c. Mgt. ? ? .-,??? (4liNK.IK.Mon.. Tues, unit I*. eil. I venins* l.\l M ?I April eg.}) ,ini| .... ,t s | HASTV PUDDING CLUB Present "The Legend of Loravia." TI Beta , ? saje al lo i vard Chi?, \e?|l;,n Hull. Thiir?. K?e. Apr. ?S. at g||g KB? ?NO ??IJtTAI. HI ' ENK Af^m oellinG ?Saeta ee Sala Mal ?NTON?A RAWTER B. F. KEITH'S NEW YORK THEATRES colonial \; ; : m f Mai 7." -. NJ ' ?. ?.'and Seh??? k.tMha. tt\7st\a smmmtm\UH a M!!S cARir?R dR flfll ArCll ?"? ' V UNA AMARIt*. iFjHVflWfc^''1 !'""Ni:v .t i'i'\-r ;? i I t7th Ml 91 I 4.8TIAN .t RENT III U I \ tT ?t ?R ILLA e c ? astil ' 'IN : ' v 1:' N"',s ' mId.? ? 1.7'Ul'J WILLIAM FA ?Ml M ^W&4Zg THE SPOILERS M MS* ??SESMAS VITAGRAPH i ; mu m tRNE? OP N "w y, irk *; r.?. I (>VE Lr?'K .? 0A8OLENB : Rae TU* SEW BTENOOBAPHER Ry| I ACADEMY,:,:', V?? ThaFlght ? v. w , ?h Reher? liles?,, in MNtreaak?M?rt" H\?i?ll.K*?1 ?'*?'*? I'larrj r..\ ,\ ? ,- . Holier, * ?lenice?.. I ? i||y, d neo Van Hind ? 0r??uiH?l' I<"?"'? . re .' tad IB otttet") i ..rneaie i > ?-.-11111. Dallj incl Bun., -j is a i? iiiu?; ; Les Miserables :':';,- ,',r lit,h rOR'H WH A\K. To-da- Bad NI : M ,,,.?, i*i? 1 .i h- ?'hat es Klein ? a real play ?I ill H\l BHTBRM OF Ml S." ,,,.,? 1 1? ?ii> Mna? ?? ?He.. _1?V N'lahta. lS?f. PARK THKA, f'ol Orel, v. . :?* ^ ?Mel Webrr't Theatr??-2t 4, 7 & ?*-25c The BATTLE of the SEXK?