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HUNT GANG IN CAR
USED BY BANDITS Chauffeur, Who Confessed Plot- Pilots Sleuths in City Search. POLICE PUZZLED BY TWO AUTO HOLD-UPS Fail to Capture Principals in Case Here-- Men Taken Deny They Shared in Loot. Frederick Kelly, the ,-hauffeiir through ali?se confession four arrests were made in connection with the mid-day robbery of tw?> nii-ssencers of the American ?an <\>mpany. in West 14th st., on Friday, had inspect.?t Faurot and several dete? Ihres out jresterda*. In the automobile that ?figured in the hold-up, ?scouring the city in an effort t?i locate the t*.1.?? men who are alleged to be the principela .?f the robbery. These two are belleevd to ?be In r?,,s* session of th? ?.'.Tt?-1 stolen. Kelly ad mltted that he received but tlS for hi? aliar-?? In the robb? ry. The others who are being held :?t I' Headqoarters .bin that they shared in th- division Of the spoils, ami pi Ignorance ?>f the plot. They will be ar? raigned in Jefferson Market police this morning. The police are a- far from connecting the ?robbery In 14th st. with thai of .1 similar hold-op of two employes of the Mason? Paint Company, In Brooklyn, us ibev wen Frid.i\ nicht. They are ?-"till inclined to he lleve, however, ?that both were the work of the sam- ?gang. Joseph Reunion, twenty-seven years ..hi, of Fort Sohuyler Road and Hamilton av.. West Chester, who was arresteJ, was rei.ogr.ized by Paul Anderson, chief clerk of the American Can Company, yester? day, as a former employe of the factory He worked in the BOMering department for eight years, leaving the employment 01 the company in December. 1918. He was looked upon by his employes si a rtesdy and honest young man. Kelly In bis confession sai?l Resrdon I ? the director of the plot and pointed out John Honnaveit and John Armstrong, tho messengers who were earrying the money, to the others implicated In the h"I?l-up. The other prisoners, oesides Kelly and ?Reardon, are James Fay, who owns a poolroom at 72*t Second av. .and Joseph l.oi-s-n, of 8?M Second av., a chauffeur, lb admitted to the police that the high Waymen tried t.? employ him to take part in the robberv. He said that he introduced Kelly to them. The plot tn tob the Amerhan Can Company, according to Kelly, was woriud out in a saloon at Mt Third av., owned by David McNiff. It wan here that Kelly was paid 115 as payment for his'part in the robbery. Four men par? ticipated? the .?).. ff. ir, two who actually ; did the bis B and a lookout. The conspirators, it is said, were fre ip'enters of a poolroom over the saloon, ?airhlch was vun st one time by James P-ircell, who is in the death house at sin? far the murder of his twelve <-.ir-"ld daughter Aunes. WEDS INDIAN CHAUFFEUR Rich Widow, 70, Takes Hus? band, 21, on Auto Trip. ; i;- Tel r--?; lo The ?Tribu?*?. 1 Boston, Juno H.?Mrs. W. Bowman Chitter, a wealthy Rochester widow. telephoned to friends to-day from <"on n<??!<i.t that she had been married to her Indian chauffeur, with whom sh" left on an automobile trip three weeks ..*? ? She is seventy years old and he is twenty-one. Since his graduation from the Carlisle school > year ago he had t-**en her chauffeur. - Mrs. Cutt.-r owns considerable real estate and has a large interest in h<-r late husband's hardwaid business. Bhi ?haa two married daughters, one forty one, the other thirty-two, and a Ron, ASKS U. S. TO GIVE BUSINESS A CHANCE Retiring Head of Piano Manu facturera Wants Congress to Call Halt for a Time. *'? is ?being glvei ' I ri.-an business man t-, accommodate hin.self to the n. w Ideal bring . au rated In nati? lation !!? shonM !)'? given a chantn t-? adapt h to it without th. ?handicap of more that Is ne* ? fore, it is hoped that Con ? will stt-ortly bring Ita dellberstlona I ?lose and permit t'1f> worl.I to 01 dltioni thsl it has ed." This is the aubstai e of h?**?pefl expresaed jreater-day by R. W, ?Lawrence, retiring president of o..- National Association of 1 :atio Manufacturers, which concluded its : nnusl convention at th< Hotel Aator last nicht. "There la not m v h that la ?prom the asp*-'t ol thing? for the bala? 1 I - ? ? ai- hope the 1..--... will bring Improvement. At the present the bain. . lerests arc awa the outcome ol the Fed? ral i: I'm, and our Indu tl tl-, handl ? Oflh ? ?l foi the ??I? , Of ' '! f rut f Ken fork aeeond ent. R H ? .1 A. CofBn, of ? '..i , ? ? ? ? < 'onaa ,.? Be H ? Woodward to Quit One Job. ' oiiui i! Woodwsrd, membei ?if th.* artS, t.t, written 'o John K. .**ai< le, Apprais. 1 of tin- r?. that be he ??-li?-. 1 <i at once from his ? ig taaseeUon ?-.lib ihe affixing . 1 ?itarrifi?? 10 ? ? r ?.-. 1 ?, Imported merchandlM Ir? Um Api-r-ai;-? r * Store?. flll hi.* I.?-. n 1 hurgeti with holding a i*-deral as wen ??* - ? j- a < 01.ti iids tiii.t ?1/ th*- ?ropoit?/?- pnyjoi the Ki-r.i'i- fa the :? ka t.t,' a federal 1,111. .? HERE 18 AN IDEA 1 lorn The Louis'lib ("ourlet ?Jeuraal "iiiey sty the? n ont ?? <* 111 de .. ? M. in New Vo ?Weir" ? ? I/o tt.e e . , kit - li,' nittm* fsjBTSjaSsj on nfjiiny dsys." MIS < WILSON SEES EAST SIDE PAGEANT. 3 RAIDS AT ONCE CLEAR POOLROOMS Wood Leaves Inspector and Lieu? tenants Ignorant of Other's Work. Three raiding parties started from Po? lice Headquarters within a few mlnutea of each other yeaterday afternoon. ang\ before they finished their activities, *.<<i arrested eleven nun and conflscated ? u icon load of poolroom equipment. All t?o- parties were made up of men in?.in- Acting Inspector Prank Morris, but two oi tin- raids were made without hla knowledge, and th.- third without tin* knowledge of Lieutenant I ?on Costlgan, who had charge of the other two. Cpstl gan, it was said, was acting under orders from the Police Commissioner. His ac? tivities, at any rate, were as -rr.-.u a sur- ; prise t?? Morris as Morris's were to Costl- I gan, The two Coatigan aguada --?t out at I '". one under his immediate command and the other led by ?Detective Hlckson. Cos tigan took his men to t?o Seventh av. They raided ailcf-ed gambling rooms on th.- third floor, where they found forty men. These hroke in evegjr direction, but the raiders drew revolv?is and blocked the exits. The names of the forty were taken, and seven wre ?rested on Joe l?o" warrants Issued by Chief Magi*? trate McAdoo, charged with keeping a gambling place. About the same time IflckBon's men] r.ii.l.-d the rear of the saloon at .'"??? West ."??"?th st. Ten men wen? found there and , two .lohn Doe warrants ?served. Two telephones, which proved to I??' slot ma? chines, were destroyed. Next, at the eor ner of Sixth av. and ::>,th st.. tiie raider?* arrested j<?s.-?>!. i*. Herman, of Kock av.?v ?Beach, and Chsr***ed him with ac-1 ? eptli - - and I?avi?i Baum, of l?M Ease ?1st st.. aciuse.i of having ?'?. hand? book. The Mori i quad, under Sergeant Hut ton, in the mea.-.tin,.- had ?lipped out of Headquarters. The men went to the ; ? ? floor of the lofl building at ? i : East :7ti; st. occupied bj the I.one isl a?i i Development Company, charged with a distributing agency for pool? ' 'rooms. T!ier^> they conflscated f?"ir tele? phones, a number of charts, desks ami ? abinetr? No ;.. resti ? .-.?? made, GIRL WANDERER KNOWN Miss Bushneil Wanted To Bo Captain?Brother Coming. Th? girl found ..i Grand Central Rtation Friday night, guatrded by a collie and with 11,411 in her handbag, who wanted ? captain ??t the Aqultanis and was taken to Belb vue. was identified ..ester ?...y by her brother, Walter BushneU, of Hillsdale, N. J., as Misa Ellen Bushnell, of Orea I Harrington. Mass. The girl, who is suffering from a nervous? breakdown, wiii he taken t.. her brother's fa? m to day. bushnell said she was born on the farm he SOS Owns, hut lor some time had 'neen living with an aunt at finat Barrlngton. Be l,ad recently ?nh"rit'v) a legacy from a relative, i Bushnell wai found by Miss Fielen Mlcbaelaon, of the Travellers' Aid Society. "SAFETY FIRST." OLD RULE Lehigh for Many Years Has Safeguarded Traffic. The "Safety hirst" movement, which ? ?????? t received ao much ?Attention from : i- railroads, is not a new ???if with the Lehlgh Valley, as nhown bj "Rules for Conductors." published m \ copj "i these has recently come ?o I iar ?i T. and i tule 33, promulgated I.'.' - .-? II Sayre, who built the railroad, ? ? ?<?' in ? aae of dsng? ? 01 doubl al* lake the ati side and h-ear In mind thai ??.'? ' ?? If th? flrsi ? onsldera ?.,??n " tome of tu? other rulea will amuse railroad mi ? ol to-da Un? pad "In ?truel your brakeman nol to prei ? on ?i?'- braka as to lid? the 11 Hule ."- ' ' ? ??!? ??-? "i h 11, how i . || ., - Al wsyr? leu Ma urh ? hunk and Bai I.n ? Ime H pont Ibl? i - ?. re? i .-i o bad track, Ihe moi tun?; I ' :- in ? 11 OX '??.? \ I? ? '- ? ? if schedule ? Ime t?? si rlvs THE STUDIED INSULT. i'ium Thi ? iii< ago Hi ? "i?i ii'-i aid "Is : tin- waiter who had ?be? n ? n ?-.nii ihe hard faca a I . ? 11 I'-oklng ' hesrua girl, "1 ?mi M ihn.| ,,i xtume i lo get < as Britta thai fellow i!? 'omplfl ? ? ?very! i p ? oi- thi- i ihb and growled about ? ? ? i 11 ?. -. i i ? ? ,i lid his Idil ;.lunl t.," ? a doilai and him t ? anU ' ,.' Low in'irli moue' did h. hand ? a, tv.o dollar bill "H'a agi Ma'.' ii in i??? nickel? shea I >ou rslum bis -.hange. ' BRILLIANT SCENES END BIG PAGEANT Tributes Paid Many Na? tions in Gay Songs and Dances. MISS WILSON SEES SPIRITED EXHIBITION East Side Applauds Work of Those Who Take Part in Social Festival. The festival snd pageant of nations, which was held on the East Sid? under the aus;.H-.-s of lh<- People'a Institute an I ?Social Centre, ?Public School (2, came toi an end yesterday afternoon with a ?grand pageant si the public playground, nth st and First av. The l-'ast .?"id" was out la tone, and the playground wns lined with 10,000 apee? tatora Th exercieei hecan at ? o'clock, the pageanl be.ng arranged to show the his? tory of the ? t.\ . the arrival of the Min? ?os nationalities, with their cbatumea and dances, an-i finally their absorption Into: the aplrit of Amei I? a. The guests ?f honor included Miss Mar? garet Wilson, the daughter of Hie Pre? dent; Borough ?President Mark- and Park Commissioner Ward. The early hlstoty of New Tork ws* pictured in a .?<rieu of tableaua by the children of ?Public School T??, after which came an Iiish lilt by fifty boys from ?Pub? lic School 25, followed i.\ a Highland Ring and a Ma y pole da nee .\il of these dances were unuaually well exeeuted and ?received abundant applause. The se, ond half '?;? th?. programme wai m?-. ,.t^d t?? ti.? ?; ncea and to ? of the i more i e? i ni Im First cam? Ocrmany, represented bj the \'o]ksfest Vereine, which gave a-ith rar" susto the Bavarian Bchuhplatter*a Tanz, all the dancer* being in the national costume, A particularly charming fest ; re was th?- appearance of sixty children f i ..n thi ?Bohemian ?Preabyterlan Church. I These children were all in costume, and .'?? ? sun: :i number of th.- s,,iieS ,,f their ? land, aonga thai contrasted oddl; I with r?e- jangling one-step <>f ., hurdy curd] .?i thi distance that ?refused t?? be it? n< ? ? In ? ostume most pu turei iue oi ill were tlie* Hungarians, the men in black ??oaks. Mack busbys, black jackboots and ! spurs, tin- women (.'ay with ribbon stream? era The} danced the Kormsgar snd toe Csardas, while the large Hungarian con tlngenl In thi audience shouted with de? light. Ti >? .lew.- ! i en had their tun Pbale Zi"!? Si iging Society, Henrj Laefko wit.ii. director, Ringing a number of Zion? ist ?songs it was Italy, bowevei ti?at furnished the largest group in tha pageant l'i.ih* one hundred aona and daughters <?i the sunburnl south participated ? daw-Ins the Neapolitan Tarantella and atngins "Punlcull, I'uiilculi." And the- sanii it no well arid so spiritedly tli.it the* had to iepeai it, while the crowded roofs and Ira eSCSpSB of the tenements about the play? ground joined luatlly In Ihe < hoi i Then, as a filiale. Col iinoia. In the per i son of Miss N B, Beagle, accompanied bj lour young women diess.d 10 represent the Teutonic Latin, Slavl? and Semitic racea, advanced, and the children of the othei ? afons laid .?t her fei t then .?ff.- - Inga the ? lei mans a I; r**, the Bohei -, ?o hoolhouiu ? '?? Hungai lam ? h? al ?f v, heat the J< a i ? Bible, ami the Its a Mat? uni ? m !? US s*> stem. \ rtss '" 'II ' ' hiklren fi on* Publi sel m.i ?,* follow.-.), and the pageant con eluded with ?both a<?tora and audience Joining n? " I "' Ameri? a," with ns,, -? tnssi added ior tha ??? a- Ion b 1'dwui Markham In tie i ' ning all who had taken pan ,n the eserdsea were tendered ? dance in | PuMtc School a Plan True Parisian Cafe. 'i in work <?f trshsferrlng Bustanoby's j Mtfa -i ri-i.inant Into ? Parisian cafe i* pregrossing rapidly, and Andre Busts? nob) aspecta la have a formal opi , ,, ? I .-.. Th' Mont N ill lie of g| iss, ?ii, larga i un? h ni ?inga ol gi.ltd whltu 'li.. i? will m- Kreuch cigarettes, Inn? h usa apa pe? snd mai lain? nal fashion [iei lo<i|i ,i - i otr.. will be nerved aftsi the Krench fashion m Maaagrop glasses, *ui? a |iou> i of brandy on the aide. FORD PLANT CURTAILS 10,000 Men Affected by Order, but Minimum Wage Stands. B r--.? 9 The Trill m?. I fx-trolt, Jim-- 6, All Saturday work and the night shift were temporarily au? h -li'd -it ihe plant ol the l'uni Motor Company to-day. The ordei af? fects 10.000 men and .vas issued to !>?: ii fon ? sixty or ninety da ) - "We !? ive ,;.-. i.'e.l t.? n,ok'- th?' l-'orl viii. ;i five-day one during the alack m as??n. working the force onlj during the day." *-.,i?l James Couten- Thi v. ; du minimum a 111 conl Inue. MASKED DEATH HERDS ELK Mysterious Malady Claims Ani? mals at High Point Preserve. By r,?:.- ne.1 f??i! Jervia, N. v., june d.?Because thej were found to ?be suffering from a disei ?? that baffled experts, twenty five elk on the estate of Ajntbonj K. Knarr, ai Hiuh Point, N. .!.. just across the line from her.-, were ; i?fo to denth to-da\. Kuser la a Trenton, N. J., banker nn.l ?on-in-law of the late United States ?Senator .1 F. Dryden, of Newark, N". J. The elk coal him .$2,000, and he ha I them k^??! in a private preserve. ? TO CELEBRATE OPENING OF QUEENSBORO SPAN Merchants at Both Ends of Big Bridge Will Assist in An niversary Fete. Mer? bant? ai d storeki eper- si both I th? ?.? ?. nsi oro Bi Idge have ? ? mark the tifth anniversai y of ihe h pa n during the coming week i>> the dispia* "i '.*:ntinicr. flats, et? . ai d t .?? hanging of light? in the street? in the evening Tl,-* bridge "a opened on June 12, ittyx, with eiahoratf and spectacular cere There was a militar* parade ?President Tafts Secretary of War, Dick? inson, was present, and the then Govern? or Hughes made the speech or dedication. It was estimat'-d at the tini" that 30,000 v .i?- in at tend? ? ? Hie ol th?- t.-,i' .. .-s n! the Civic |? -i aras a series ?>f float*? showing the evolu? tion oi in-.-? makins. Every year the buslnesa men who were , i. . in promoting the building of tiie ? riilK.'. which did no mneh to open up the horoiiKh Of Queens to Manhattan stores. celebrate the openlm The members of the iirm of Btoonrdngda e Brothers, who took ? leadini pan in the early negotia? tion which flnallj resulted In the build? ing i?f tii?* strn.-t u. eelebrati the occa ?ion by hoWlna .1 "Queensbora Bridge .1 t .-,1 ? Sal?-." T . ?,? ? oro Bridge is noted among engineers a- a remarkable example ?>f the cantilever type, it coal the , '?.- CO, . m.-.-? CITY MAKES U. S. GET OFF SIDEWALK Marks's Threats Cause Terminal Building Owners lo Remove Postoffice Platform. 1 rged to action by protests from 11"' ough riesideiit Marks, ownera of the Hudson Ter nlnal Building yesterday hur? riedly removed a huge ateel and concrete platform on l ''??? ?I ?? hi? i? had been ueed i.-, the 1'i.sioili'? I >? p.u tment nince I'*'- !?> facilitate Ihe handllna <>f mad it the iUb? tal on Prosld? :,i M.nks had ?gl? en the owners until ne*c1 Tuesda) to remove the ,,1 ? Bon to -tie. ? and i Ides . train. II. threatened totear down tin- platform alt h in- own men if the ownera did no' ,. . ,- thlrtj feel ion** and seven ,|e Sin..- ?ej si ?-.? widened, In IMS, tha .ii\ ind governmenl official? bav? quar ,, , ,1 over t?" abutm? nt v doa? n or ,,,,!.. letter? have pasead between r??*si ii.-nt Marks atnd Poatmaat?i Oeneral Bur? l?-ajon, bul then was no ie.il move made b* th.- f.-.biai ButhoritleB t" comply will tie- hint-, .?r th.- ?borough official ihal tl"* la? forbad* 11 ? obsli u? lion ?| 1 , ... hi ,' ? e-nov .1!. tin ? ' -i :e |n i?,, ,,u Deri .?i th? building. M< ?? In < hai r ,,, ||,, il ml -en 'I ? I i? nal tan li ol I hi postoffl 1 ? -mi ' ? t? 1 il ? Ilia abet n ? ? n,.- platform aould not Interfera with tha Its ndllng of mall ?Borough Pr?sident Msrk's Insisten? waa ? psrl sf hia cru? a&da agalnal ail aid?* ulk obaii ucUwug, BANK PLOT SOLD FOR $2,000,000 Close Deal for Choice Bit of Property at 50 Wall Street. PURCHASE PRECEDES FINANCIAL MERGER Mechanics and Metal Institution Will Soon Move to 20 Nassau Street. Tl e home af the Mechanics^ and Metals Nat.?, tl ?Bank, at *t wall st.. which is one .,f tiie choicest properties in the -rreat linaiieial district, has been ?sold for about I ?.??? ?" The bank Will move in the next six montha to the former quarters occu ?>' the Fourth National (?auk. at SO X , i st.. s hose dire, tors ?recently vot? ! to mil ii? i im t it 11ion with the Me letal National Banl . '!'; e si."''- ? ? tiie Fourth National Bank ail! ?'..;.? on June IS whether "t ?-hall go int.. II.m dation. Thi Mechanics' and Metnls National B occupied the building sin''o when it moved from ' : \' Rite oc. im-il by the hank for "? - i a century. Its old home waa I*. Morgan & *'o. for part of tin Morgan Building now in -' of ? onstruction. The pn ? W.i I st Waa disposed (?f by the Vork Life Insurance and Trust Corn through Horace B. Kly A Co. in the pari of IM1, i?ut not until almost a '? . waa if known thai the Me -' and .Metals National Hank was ? ? ictual buj er. Th? building is a six story atructutre on a ploi fronting ?OH reet on ?Wall st. with a depth of 1*0.1 feet and a rear line of. i? feet, Dlagonall) in the n-ar Is the home (,f Kuhn, l.oel. g Co., and adjoining i? to the norih at the nortlu-Bust ?orner of Wall and William sts. is the Hank of \'e?.<. ?link. Th. old <'"?*t<?m House, which w.?- p ,r haaed by the National city Hank seme years ago and now used as s bank and ofrb'e building, is opposite. The land occupied by the Mechantes' and Metala Bank is appraised at WNK9W, and with the building al H.080,000 Tha old home of the Fourth National Hank whs In th>- building occupying the whole block in Naesau st., between Pine and ?'?dai- sts. Recently $."s.?'*oo.c-i was moved from the bank to the Mechanica' and Metala National Hank, made up of V"<-?,.aa> in ?cash an?l t40.?"i?'.<vii'? ?n aecuri lies. The Mechanics' and Metala National Bank wss original!* tio- Mechanics' State Hank, and wai organised in MO, and In IME it changed its charter to the national hank, and wa? called the Mechanics' Na? tional Hank, about ten yean at?o the Mechantes' National Hank absorbed the Leather Manufacturers' National Hank, and in lf?lo took o\ei the National Copper Bank, -ind became known as the Me a' and Metals National Hank. Figures for March '. the date <>r the laai all of the Contrallar of the Cur? . showed nel deposits .,f the Me? cha nies" and M?lais of tSg.4M.000, and the I'ourtb Nstlonsl Hank m,Wa\*W. The former had a capital and surplus ?>f Xv.% ???'.'?-', an?l th* latter of H.OOD.tt The total ?ash reeources .?r the two Institutions ?-oinhined amounted to I1?I, ;I2.IT". - - -? JOB GIVEN FOLK TO PAY DEBT IS CHARGE Democrats Raked FoFre and Aft in House Debate for Political Tactics, 'From The Tribune Bureau | tYaahlngton. .June ?;.?a partisan diaeus* saui ol vario'is topn s, ranging from Jo? seph W. Kolk to the effect of the I ?emo ?-ratlc tariff, engaged the House to-lav during tin* general debate on the sun rlry civil appropriation bill. Republican upeakera had the Dem?crata ?m the d?? fi ce to auch an extent that Mi Under? wood, th.- majorit] lea.lei. took the floor to deny atatementa of Mr. Mondell. of Wyoming, that the bottom had dropped out of the Meel market beea ise of Detno crattc tariff revision. Representative QHlet, ranking r.ep'ibii .-an on the Appropriations Committee, as? sailed the administration for its diplo matic and conaular appolntmenta, and said Incidentally that Mr. Kolk hail named as counsellor for tie Interstate Commerce Commission in najrme.nl of s political debt by the President. Mr. Mann, the minority leader. saiiKested that Mr. I'o'.k's appointment waa in **ecOgnl tion of his possibilities as s 1'residential candidats in Itl2 and to eliminate him in ttnt. "Mr. P*?.|k waa taken from ?the Stare ;>. i aitment and given a 110,000 job with the commission." said Mr. Mann. "There ',;i? ? ,, excuse for puttinc him in when other 'aw officers of the commission were thoroughly competent to ?lo the work. appointment shows th.- political in? fluence exerted by this administration in lud i? ai appolntmenta." Mr Mann also criticised the President and Cabinet members for writing personal letters to committee chairmen regarding appropriations and other matters. ?It lias . -oitii? to our attention." he said. ? that the President and some memhers of his Cabinet have form-*<l the habit of writing letters to the chairmen of com? mittees. This is o (-rout* abus?' of the , ni.?? of the RottSe, for communications intended for committees abould ?'?une to the Hous.- and he referred to the com? mittees by th>" Speaker. Recently the S.- tetary of War asked the President to v r:l? t?? ??ne of on* committee, chairman. urging a claim of some kind and the ici? er was written ?"- the President." Representative Mondell predicted a treasury deficit beeausi of ?Democratic misrule. "I helieve the I n 'pond Issue is inevitabl? laid the Wyoming member. "Kverything point?- to a treasury delicti LAW SUIT 133 YEARS OLD. I'l .mi The ? ?bserver. in 1781 the Ooants Salaim.ne o' Seria ralle brought BO a***ttOfl a-jainst the ? ?iiii iiiune of ?Saluaola Biellese for the vi?.la? iton of Water rn*hts The case has con? tinued for U'- >eais, and was onlv celled IS l v, c, U l>\ i oiupi omise. Meanwhile the Satoiito?e eslate? had bean sold several times but eaeh new proprietor kepi the action going, while ever* ?uccesslve Mayor of the ..immune handt.I th? .lei-use ol the town as a h>erlta**a t?? ins Buceeesoi hutch .?.nn had sp? ni a sin.tll loi'uin- in BUatS'nlBg throiighoui the vi-ais theli espactlva i iu tit -. i. m meanwhile the peaaantB ?f tut district wera deprived ?i ih.-u ?trittking | water. . \f -- ? -'?-'-] L. P Hollander & Co. - .OMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITTERS ANNOUNCE THEIR ? _ Final Clearing-up Sale Including All Departments In the Lingerie Department We Shall Have A SPECIAL OFFERING OF Imported and Domestic Rompers 1 to 4 Year $2.00 Were ?S4.?0 and S6.00 FIFTH AVE. at 46th St. ^_> BABY HELD AS PLEDGE Court Orders Hospital to Give Up Infant Kept for $300 Debt. For more than a y?ear a baby born to .Mr?*. Loretta McCabe In tho German Hospital has ?been kept ft*..m its parent's because, as they said, they could not lay the hospital $30??. Justice Crane Issued a writ of habeas corpus yester? day ?against William Condon, Bupei-in? tptni??nt of th" hospital, ordering him to b: r.d the child over to its father. Matthew JateCabe, tin tsther, Bays he never aerc-ui to pay the money de? manded by th*- hOirpital. nor was he ;?ble to do so. Mrs. McCabe was hur li.'.l to the hospital May -?"> last year s -hen suffering from convulsions. Two hours later the baby waa born. ?SIThen -h" u;.s discharged, the hospital re? ? t?? give hei the child until paid. U.S. PR?BERSFAIL TO TOUR FACTORIES Commission, as Hearings Near End. Plan to Leave Special Investigator Here. Thi* expected official tour of tho mem? bers of the United States Commission on Industrial Relations through the factory districts and the homes of th? women who mush nions garments, to Und out at flrst hand the conditions tostitie.l to by the . witness???-, ?lid not take place yesterday. However, some of the members unof tioirilly spent the dav In Visiting tenement house districts mentioned in the testi mony. ?""Then the commission leaves this city at the end of the week, one of Its most. experienced Investigators will ?be left ?be? hind to make m eshaustlve Investigs t;??n, so as to ? olle?t at first hand data ?is to the matter-- testified to. l'ait of his work will he an Investigation also of the private employment agencies to tind out If legislation In his opinion would he necessary covering new mound. His investigation! will he compared with the evidence giver, at the hearings. Prank P. Walsh, chairman of the commission, said yesterday regarding these investiga? tions: We want to gel at the exact facts without sentiment ai to the ? ??alitions in the different industries, so that we can prepare a report which will cover the ?num.I thoroughly, and come t.. g con? on as t?> what ore will recommend, To make such an Investigation as effec? tively as ?possible, it must he don? quletlj and unobtrusively." ??n tfonday and Tueaday the commisslpn srill take up the question of the dock workers of New York ?ity, and on Wednesday. Thursday ami Friday will '?omplete its hearing! by an Inquiry into the department ?tores of New York. <-n ,1'ine h'., ?7 ami is the commission win meet in Peterson and endeavor t?i find out the attitude of th.- people there on free ?speech and iree assemblage. The charges of th.- i. \v \v. leaders that the rights of free speech an?i free assemblage were Invaded during tin- silk arorkers' sti ike there will he taken up, an.I ?fit? : ess.-.s will include the Mayor an?! chief of polue of I'atcrson Professor .lohn it Commons, of the I'nlversity of Wisconsin, a number of the commission, ?Sill attend the N.-w Yoi k hearings this week and also m Paterson. TENOR'S WIFE SUES"" BANKER FOR $25,000 Mrs. Orville Harrold, Injured by J. VV. Robbins's Car. Asks Damages. Mrs l.ydta i.ocke Harrold, an opera singer, wife of Orville Harrold, tenor, is suing Julian W. Robhins. (?Hiiker. for 125,00?) for injuries she sustained when the automobile of the dafeadanl ran Into the one in which Mis. Harrold was riding Mis. I Ian old suffered a l?r.?kin leg and internal injuries and say-* that her earn? ing capacity has been lerlousl) affected, The daughter of the hanker, who a*as ?Mim Julis Robbina und last Wedneada* n irried Lydlg Hoyt, testified In the s'iit before her marriage, bec?us? she ?m ha on I','r honeymoon when the trial of the case ?s called m the Supreme Court The accident occuired on the ntghl ?f Ckctober M, MS, at Third BY? ?'??I M st. Mrs Hoyt said she and h-r mother and two frlendg rode m her lather's cgr to the theatre mul afieiward to a dance given b* Hants Seton at m ?Stasi SUM ?t. Mrs lloyl s moth, i ,??nt home in the ear, and the chauffeur returned to the flet?os's home with Mrs Hoyf* maul. .lumrn ?oiiins. the . bauffeui. drove awaj and ua he did BOt return the Witness had to k<> home in i t.?xi> ah at I o'clock in th. morning. When she r.-a.he.l h'T horn -. g| ': Bast Tith st., ibera was ? t?lipltugy call from the poli.n aaklng ?rhethei ?'olllns was al the pin? ? of Ihe acctd'-lll on instru? turns from his employer, Mis. iioyt replied m th.? negative, Mis. IIiiU said t'olllns left after he had appeared in the poll.e court ihe next I day and ahe has not teen htm unce. REMARKABLE FINDS BY EGYPTOLOGIST Reservoir Recently Un? earthed Is More Ancient than the Pyramids. TOMB OF OSIRIS. THE GOD, EXCAVATED Walls of Funeral Chamber. 20 Yards by 5. Pierced in Re? mote Past by Thieves. ? Prom TI -i Geneva, May !7. ?Professor I N'avilie. ,,! the Geneva I'nlverslty, gave So'll. <|et.,?Is this we,-k i?; ? dis cover!? ? i Kgypl id? pany with Thomas Whittemore, <>f 1*;.ir ? olle-?e, ?Boston, .-? ? trfi - U'ainwrlght and Gibron, of London. Th. dlscovei madi ul Al?' .'.?-'. .i?*'?'?.!! li.iii'-w.n net" ? Cairo and Asaitai away from th ? S.u- They Includa ir-eervotr more snolenl than the Pyrsn and the Tomb of the God Osiris, Kins >f ti t ?Dead. Professor Plinders-P< trl? ray, of ['niverslty College, (?onden, mads many Intereoting discovcrlea al Ah in IMS. Professor N'avilie, In tils two expeditions in istt-lt and IBU-'ll, carried further the werk done bj Profi i- im lorn-Pel *le and .Miss Murray. Pio fes-mr N'avlll? saya ol hla discoveries: "We worked from ?IJ-ecember 24, IMS, t?> March II, 1914, and during the eleven areeka we experienced anxiety sa ?rail BJ excitement, Al nine yarda under the ?on we found a lane building constructed in ?granite and very hud t.-.l sandstone. 'I his edifice iv divided into three n i which are surrounded by nixteen lari*-> ? ells, ail Identical in siz. and ? con ta in ng no Inscriptions on the walls v hatever. This latt? fa? t pro ? i the building was many thousand years old, ai the walls of the more modern. edifices of ancient ?Egypt are ?overe-i with inscriptions in front of the ?sells is a stun?, ?platform, ?supported h\ ?? i h tigs bio? ks of granite and i i latform skins the i.? \? >ir. which w? have not \ et explored. ? it is very probable thai the waters of the reservoir had cuiative vlrtuea in ? ? "<Mi th ? .-? I? to v. hi- h we anl ? ed we found thi bin ?al | ? ?sil ?, ..- ihe ?Book of i ? I ?. ?! and the in.? on the ?ails of tiie ? n-'a! chamber .?? yards bj "? vards proved t.? u- he-, ? i .? . doubt, we ;,, nd sImh ? at in son * ist l.. ptiun thieves had enti ? I ha ml er of ? ; . r % g hole ' > wall. Il :' a-ill m, I'O known what th.- thiev? i I ii?l tl.. J take th? . Ifl "C I "A< ? ording t-? <?ui <? ?? irai ona tii?> temp ? .?i? isli i ras i ,???! and i" rhap*? eiiiaiged B i shout the '-.?i I : B, <'. An? lenl legi that the bodj of Osiris was dismembered everj night i>> his enemies, and that the mem be to were ?transported to ?hit. ; parts of Egypt, and frther, that his t?oi?^ gathered the members ewery morning* and brought them ba? k to tee temple \ ??- Por this reason ?perhaps them an aupposed to l?e s. \ eral tomba ??t' ? ?sir s ig) i?t. i??it i ' ? ? al AiiMios, we are >. "During mj nexl vlsll to the -ene of our discoveries? In ti?. coming winter, [ shall le aile to study matters moracU ly, and hope to be al I? to obtain aon o definite details sbout the ?tomb of Os i and the ancient res?r\oir in thi ten Which, as I have stated befoH ifl P'" ably more an.'lent than the I'yrat -j t hemselves." PLUTOCRATIC OFFICE BOY. From Tit-Bits In the City of !?ondon thrte is ,m ? ? bay In the service of a hrtn <'t broken who ?JnvM to th?- office in * Rolls-Royce <*.?r. Bui hi it up sut of ins salary, which 18 1 ?a. A week. Th? l...\ i fat;,er is one Sf the Bfealtl n.en bants in the city, and the i?. ? m learning the taistneaa of st.?, k bra Th.* lather insisted ti?.?t bis son I le?uti the ?Ab?te routine ? ?" I I BO alt?i.>ni*!i he was hoin -Aitti a *dlVBf Bpooa In ins rneuth thai sioath Is t<> i**' lined foi ii> king stomps A.iotdini* to a ?it\ iner? h.?nt. \ealtt"-* offlif ?boys are b) BO ?I anta un?-oniiv.on. ? allies? men who Imve made iii,?ii. I <'*" th.-n- awn Bxertlana he ??aid. "ksosi tue advantaK?" ol Btoltlng from the bottom, and the\- often pla'e their BOtU IB <?"? ..-hoes ot frtendfl sad don t In the least res. nt it if then b.? ? <? BBS AS* M ?"???? Btampa snd post lettors* at tir-i ?"T kli'?i? on. ho\ ?h??, mrt'-tl SB ? ( twenty-one, will roms tata sa *????? ? least twice as large as thai ol td? irsS" eut smpioyei I reBBsssbei lus -bosa-?" ?**? Ins hhn t?> stav late one ewnin*? ? rt,J muMli have smiled t.. ?sear ?he ?th e bar ?xk to he evused. as he was ?fining ?*'"" hi? people at ">? ??*?) -??''? had ?'? ll-,rr* ' home and die.*?.