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TREASURY HEADS
WILL ASK DELAY
IN RIGGS CASE
Attorneys for McAdoo ant!
Williams Want More
Time to Reply.
WEEKS QUOTED AS
CONTROLLER'S CRITIC
Bank's Counsel Says No Other
Institution Was Consulted in
Making Charges.
\Ttom tv- Tilbaa? Birra?!
Washington, Apr 1 16. Attorney? of
the Department of Justice, headed by
Loui.? I). Brand?is, who ?re working on
the mi? of the Kiggs National Bank
against William (i. McAdoo, Secretary
? -.. and John
' '-in'.ler of the Currency,
bave . j unexpected difficulties
in the case, officials of the bank believe,
because of an official announcement
that the covrrnmriit would not be
ready to gr> on with the case to-mor- ;
It ?Aii^ admitted that a post?
ponement of at least ten day?, and
? i'-ire. would be asked for.
Th? report that n strong effort would
be mad?- :.* the nexl c Con
Il C? 'Toller
.- Currency recalled in political
circle? a colloquy between Senator?
Week?, of Massachusetts, and Bri tow,
o? Kansas, on Januar]
"Let me inquire of the Senator,"
?aid Mr Bristow, "if, m hi? opinion,
the administrative po e e? to which he
refers of the I office find
of the Federal Reserve Board are not
very similar to the administrative poli
c .? of tl ? ? sar of Ruai a and just i
tyrannical and unreasonable and un
?rratic in tl Ib***
"1 think they are more so," replied
Senator Weeks. "I regard the Czar of
Run a ?i a mollvcod'lle compared with
them."
Senator Weeks'? Statement.
The ?tatemen! by Senator V
who Is frequently ?poken of for the
Pepnbliran nomination for the Prei
dene?, in 1*916, which led io the il
1 enatoi Bristow, was :
"It should be kept in mind at all
a larj*o percrntage of th?
1 lisiness Tien of this COUntl
i ? t rnndii'fri, with the ?
? government bureau placing
in their path restrictions and oh
will imperil, or at leart injure,
opera!ion-;, a II ?
; ? mi? that are unfriendly to
the administrai
"I propose at some *ime, when I have
nto the record some of
the act i vit
in connection with certain banking in
?. rest? du ng the la-t year's ? me, and
in my judgment it will a = toni>h the
Amer to see the extent to
which ?cy is trespassing on
the re-. ? nable and proper rights of
ess organizationa. Why, the
1 rency bar- even
; io far a to ????commend in his
age this year that an
? ???* upon the regula
pan by any citizen engaged
? .? es? shall subji I
? to a line, to be imposed by
rider
a mere regulation, not n law al
A i that the Riggs Na?
tional Bank was alone in fighting the
? ? e, and hud neither support
nor co-operation of ai.y other bank or
chain of brinks, was iasued to night by
ei-Senator Joseph W. Bailey, of Texas,
O? C0U1 ' I for the ban!
wa believed, to the publi?
cation ? ent out by the Riggs
bank to other banks justifying its pro?
ceedings against the Treasury Depart?
ment
Say? nank Acted \lone.
"A i Idom juat il
Mr. liaii?\, "m making public i
reaped to any suit which
de
-. but 1 feel obliged to ei ter my |
formal mid emphatic protest against
the verj obvious attempt which is
being mad? ? political signifi-1
? Kiggs Not ional \
Hank ontroller o
Currency and otl
In certain | the country, at
least, the Riggi National Bank is rep
m< rely t he act ive age
.. war upon 'in ?
troller's office, and il is ?-ought *
?-cure the legal questions l'y an appeal I
to political i
"Under ? tea, I think
it incumbent on me ' ?? for
all, that tl -ional Hank ?lid
i ut. coi 0' tier bank in the
I'nite r
nor did
insult any other ?
neys in tin United States about bring
? s suit. The bill in this case was
prepare! bj the attorneys whose names
to it myself and Frank .1.
liogan an?' in lawyer, other than us,
ever ?-a**- the bill or any pari of it until
il ?mil been prepared.
"Th* correspondence between the
National Hunk and the ?
trolK'r's office demonatl ,| the
. of a doubt that
that ban*, earnestly deair? avoid a
?onflict mi h the Treaaury officials, and
the bank did not the curt
until the ? on) roller had i
tue of $5,000 againat it, oulen-.l the
?nteres- on I? bonds withheld from it. i
Women and Children Who Loved Ida and Isidor Straus
Help Unveil Monument to Heroes Who Died on the Titanic
M.ivor anrl Park Commissioner
("hicf .Speakers at hxercises?
Mrs. John Jacob Astor and
Mi?. 11. B. 1 larris Mourn
Alone at I lome on I liird An
niveraary of Disaster at Sea.
A sparrow fluttered down to the,
.- around the little pool in
Straus Park, al 106th Streel and w< ?
I tvenue, l-'lowers, beautiful rosea
und lilies, floated ?,n the water. The,
? ?'.? perched on one of the broad
?in?! proceeded to taoao a bath.
sparrows followed, until a col
? iheni wai ?plashing in the pool.
coping is too high f(,r them to
bathe from, and they evidently thought
the flowers bad been placed there f?>r
:. ? ? benefit. ,
It was a pretty touch in a scene
lip of black robed figures, sad
and .-adder memories. For 'he
and lilies were dropped upon the
by the children of Ida and Isidor
. . arid tli?, gathering was for the
unveiling of ?he monument erected in
honor i ?|,le. wtio went down
to oath together on the Titanic, April
exercises took place at 4:30
- yesterday, but long before that
hoir hundreds of men. women and
sed around trie tiny square,
the name of which has been changed
froTi Hloomingdale Park to Straus
because the house which was for
-ears the home of Ida and !
.?tood on its edge. Policemen
kept tue crowd off the square, where
,r the guests were placed around
the monument. Two great wreaths, one
of leaves and one of blossoms, hung on
either end of the granite base of the
statue.
Titanic Victims Honored.
The figure, ? reclining one of bronze,
r<-| real nts Memory. I'nder it are these
so faintly marked that one can
read them :
In memory of Isador and Ida Straus,,
who were lost at sea in the TPanic
1er, Apr,! 16, 1912. Lovely and:
? re they in their lives, and
r d'ath they were not divided.
II, Samuel I, 28.
re Mayor Mitchel. Seth Low,
i Samuel Creenbauni and Park
Commissioner Ward, the mieakers, ar
;-,e seats were tilled with mem
of the Straus family, their
i, and a few <?f the Titanic <ur
vivors. All those who were saved
from the ship anil were in the city
asked, but not all came. Mr a
B. (larris, whose husband
? al manager, lost his life in
the disaster, kept the anniversary, as
she always does, in tin acclusio?
her ,,.-..
I it that he had imposed con- !
nea of an indefinite amount
it. and threatened it m other
e ,;rcumstnnces, the
bank was compelled either to submit
to a deprivation of its property and
hts or apply to the courts for
? ?on.
"It is not singular that every tin
tionnl bunk in 'he 1 nited State
' rested in the ca*?e brought
I Kif.-gs .National Hunk against
? ? 1er of 1 he < urrency and ,
other?, because it involves questions
t evei
and which, up to thia time, have never
upon bj anj court.
"The decision in this case will de
termini' how far the hanks of this
,. the arbitrary
power of the Controller of the Cur- ,
rency, find also bow :.,t the Controller
? i urrency is subject to th? limi
. of the Ir-.w. it could not, there
fore, '?e Oth . . that the banks
h,y iymp it
w i ? h t h ? '1 i ?
mal Henk '
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Ou? Wov? ott ?..in Ara., in ?ul?lti? miiuar?. I
Mrs. John Jacob Astor not only at?
tends no exercises in memory of the Ti
, bul she cannot bear to
hear the tragedy mentioned. A" I ei
home. MO I "ri Avenue, it Wai
i.lay that the word Titanic i.s
never spoken m her presence, The
shock and horror of the night when
Colonel Astor lost his life, and
r , -?,1 through such a terrible experi?
ence, were ?urn that those who know
her avoid every reference to them.
Sadness Marks All Faces.
There was sadne?s on the faces of
tli,,?,. who -a* m the Bun h ne >?
words m i
of Ida and 1 Ti.' descend
ents of the couple were there in num?
ber?. Of the sons and daughteri there
were IT. and Mrs. Alfred T. Hese, Mr.
and Mrs. Jessie [aidor Straus, .Mrs.
Herbert A. Scheitel, Mr. and Mrs, Her?
bert M. Straus, Dr. and Mrs. Richard
Wei! and Mr. and Mrs, Percy Straus.
Of the grandchildren there were
Ralph Isidor Straus, Robert H. Straus,
Elisabeth He -. Edward K. Straus and
Evelyn Weil. Other relatives were Mrs
Laataru^ K<>hn.?. Mr. Straua'a Fister;
Lee Kohn.s, his nephew, and Mr
hohn = ; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan N. Straus,
jr., and Mr. and Mrs. O.car Straus.
Rack of the members of the family
sat many of the dedication com",
including Cyrus Adler. John 11. !
Adolnh Iaewi?ohn, ! ' rshall,
William G. McAdoo, Adolph S. Ochs,
George Foster Peabody, Hermann
, ken, William A. Simonson. Louia
Stern. Charle- B. Stover. Felix V
irg and C, M W ebster, i hi r<
v.,-:,. also many of the permanent fund ,
memorial committee, which wai formed
lOOn af'.er the deaths of Mr. at*.;
URGE BIG STRIKE j
TO END THE WAR
Two Thousand Delegates Call on
U. S. Organized Labor to
Start Movement.
"We call upon organized
throughout the United States ?,
to considei ,- proposition of
? ral strike among I
producing ammunition and food
was the resolution unanimi
night
by 2,000 delegate! in Coo]
who m?* for that r
- entrai Fedi
Union , Greatei l*?< m Vork and '?
The- hope thus to sow the seed of
all labor, which "furniahea the fig
?
Manj ? ? - were vij r
theii advocacj of th ia ??
i l.l i 1,611 organized worker? , ?
wot .,l to atop tl ? rrar and r,r,
iropean nations from
slaughtering one another for thi
of a small capitalist elasa."
Just I ? fore the resolution was passed
amid 1" id handclapping, cheers and
?-airman read a
raeaai . ., Keir liar,lie. mem? '
her 01 Pari . i Of the ll;?1e.
nl Labor party of (?reat Britain.
Workers of the world
united make wai impossible;
1.1 y hope."
"Ms Im tag
?
I ondon.
"Hut there - a group of men.'' hi
added group ?,f men to
whom martyrdom
life il
'.'?ages, fot
rights, ?OI the ballot If we mu '
. ;
ity, not for the nightmaie of a mad?
ia where m<
w i un afford in big thii .
be drei
: Kail
Liebkm
rhei ? | challenge:
"Paral) c the
? on t,. the
_' _..'.? d. "Send
CAiTLES . AIR j ?
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Batur.'i. Mall la. v.- . i v-, , a_u?
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I.??!? .ra ... a\ L- uta,"
I \ KI 11 ? N r I K K \ i I .
B'ttaV) A liinih -Ira-?-!.
FUbRT'ON ?ABt BIXTitTM STBECT.
A
Hitrl MARIE ANTOINlTTt.
tint? Str?fl A Broad ?a?
Hill I ! M Ml ?I II
Mai Miret and ttutral fit. Mrol,
Straus. -lohn Claflln, Robert W. Pe
und A. Hart?n Hepburn are
-, ;... Be? Il ovi n Muaie '1 Society of
the Sur -il ? ' ' ''?'?
Manhattan, played Chopin'a -Funeral
.'larch" and other numb*r?. A group
of children ?'rom the Educational Alli
o: which Isidor Straus wa?
founder and president, took I
monument.
Wife Praised by Mayar.
Justice (ireenhaum presided. Mayor
Mitchel's ' ""
?. ,,.,: juatie? Greenbaum, of
the courage and loyalty shown by tl;1*1
man ati great thai the .
wif,. , death ta life it" her?
? her. (
"We ?an be grateful to them al
." he said, "for they have typified '
qualities on which the progress of the
world muat n * fidelity, simplicity
and courage."
Commissioner Ward made the prin?
cipal address. He declared that Mr.
Straus's life was a vindication of New
""orb against the accusation that the,
?uecessful men lack lympathy.
He add? ! thai * was proper, since bis I
?rife ?? in in death as in life,
remembered with
?
While this ceremony went on in
Strati ere were also ?ervieei
ni commemoration in many of the Jen
i-h synagogues. For Isidor Straus is
well remembered by the nice of which
he was one. and the sexton who forgot
?.. ur prayer in memory
of the dead, was rare. One temple
i wa? the Isaiah Tem?
ple, which overlook? Straus Park, and
? ii three ?eari ago, when it was
ambassadors to each of the European
nation? to consolidate the minorities
. nal war."
o
MORE DRUG VICTIMS
BEG TO BE CURED
Fifty live Received at Bellevue
Hospital?Cocaine Seized
in House.
?na! drug victims ?n
te red Bellevue Hospital for treatment
yes te rd y and la I g the
total there up to fifty-five
who acknowl
of the u^n
eroii ??. I
Nichols, of 1374 Brook ?venue, The
luenl ?
' chad
? u ? ? 1 wentj lixth I
?
rr,formation last
er Cianeroa, of l i
?treet, had !>?-eii seen with u large
? ?ion.
Deti ? ? irj went to hi? home,
found there a bottle containing a white
in in- cocaine, and
? 'm to the Ka-t 126th Street police
station. The prisoner admitted that
he had been a user of drugs.
LIBERTY BELL TO FAIR
National Relic Will Go to San
Francisco in July.
Philadelphia, April IS *
?.??als from the Mayor of Sun
Franc California Legislature,
prominent men all over the country and
. - from Mayor Bla
burg urging action, City ?'ounc
(i**.v <?' I Hell
->-nt t., the Panama-Pacifie Expo?
nen July. A eommittea from
? ? | Btl : -.i ar
? r the trip.
18 reposed
?? Hall for
moved. The
led into the
the upper rim, and
I that any
? >u!d result
in it? two parts.
CAT'S CRADLE COST $100
Mystery of Looted Safe Solved
by Kittens' Cries.
? ne, own? a
?' a 1'tter of
? uhuh Newman vu', ..
? being decid
common cut^, of the back-fence
Tv*o weeks ago Newman left his safe
PARK COMMISSIONER CABOT WAKI?,
Accepting the Straus memorial in be?
half of the city. Tn the centre, on
-.?ent, former Mayor Seth Low. Mayor
Mitch*] and Justice (ireenbaum.
Lower picture, Oscar Straus, hi? ?on, (
.lesre 0. Straus, and JuHtice Green- i
baum.
? - - -
a Presbyterian and not a Jewish
church, a memorial to the actress Mrs.
Gilbert waa unveiled.
Memories of the sorrow and honor
of that day when the Titanic went
down were many in various part? of
the citv. In her home, at 2 West
Eighty-sixth Street, Mrs. Harri? sat
alone' with the little dog which has
been her companion f?ir ten jear?.
Mr*. Harri? Mourn?. Alone.
"He is always waiting for me when I
come home from my office." nhe said.
"For I go to the office every day and
find what happineaa I maj in carrying!
on ray husband's work. But on this
da- I ne-, er go ou?.
"I run'* talk about the Titanic. It is
?11 too dreadful to think of, and I have !
? i, keep it out of my
mind. My work help? rae. And, then, I
? i I ?? and a half years of perfect '
with ray husband, and that j
r? more happiness than many people
bai ??"
Henry F? Harris, when the Titanic
,-. had been helped uto one
of the small boat? with his wife, when
an officer called out, "V\ omen and chil- i
inn fir^t'"
"That's right," Mr. Harr ? said, and
returned to the ship, while the boat in '
which Mrs. Harri? ?al wa? rowed away.
One of '.he ?urvivors of the disaster, |
Dr. Alice F. l.'-ader, spent th? aniii
veraary in hard work among her pa- |
t i ? n t s.
"I don't think much about that, awful
time," she said last night at her home.
Amsterdam Avenue and URth Street.
"I arri too buay all day long. And at
the time of the disaster there waa a
curious indifference among us. It was
as if I he tragedy that faced us was too
hig. We were not paralyzed, but abso?
lutely calm. What impressed me most
wa? the good breeding of every one.
I believe that later, when the Steerage
? up, it was different, I
but those pa lengen whom I <aw be-1
haved admlrablj
"I was in a par?-, composed of Mr. |
and Mrs. Frederick Kenyon, of i ?
burgh, and a Mrs. Swift. Mr. Ken?
yon was lost. We women went on one
of the small boat-, but I didn't want!
to Floating on the sea in a little boat
didn't appeal to me, and I thought I'd '
ra'her drown, if I had to drown, from
a large boat."
open and later missed a loll of bills'
ning $100. Chief Michael S.
of the Bayonne police and the ',
entire detective force examined th?
i and found them clewleaa.
tardai Newman solved the mys-,
lory himself. In the woodshed at the'
rear of his home, at T.'i West Twenty-!
Street, he heard a cat's vo ce, mid
pied Spondulix, the household pet, in
a I'ox with five kittens. Newman picked
one up and at the same time caught
of something green a* trie bot?
tom of the box. He investigated and
four ten-dollar bills, two twen
? D fives and some twos.
The n.other eat, m seeking for some?
thing with which to line her cradle,'
had appropr ited the monev ''rum the
-afe.
DARE SOMETHING!
IS HOME-MADE
REVIVAL SLOGAN
No Imported Assistance
Needed, Says N. R. Best,
Presbyterian Editor.
BIDS PASTORS SEEK
UNITY AND ACTION
Dr. Fckman Doubts Ability of
Evangelist to dive New York
a Religious Shake.
Why no* have a home-made revi al
in \"ew York ?
Nolan R. [lest, editor of "The Contl- I
nent," official organ of the Presbyterian
Church and author of this query, be-,
??eve? that the clergymen can conduct I
an evangelistic campaign without a vis- j
Iting evangC
"(Jet unity, action and concentra- |
tion! Then ?lire something!" Crlap
and terse is the programme Mr. liest
suggest ' linisters, but li?' thinks'
it m big enough and.broad enough to
make an imprea ion on New York.
"Desire among tin- churches for re?
ligious revivals in then n pective com?
munities i.? growing universal," said '
Mr. Beat "The number of men pro- '
fessionally devoted to this sort of min?
istry is small entirely inadequate to
answer the calls ma'le on them. To1
dem?nstrate, therefore, that the same
kind of work can be ?lone by home :
forces without imported leadership is,
the only waj 0 ? ? ? d the movement,
i, |e q latt M oreo er and this is
particularly important if this means
or any other can enable a city to de?
velop a real revival without the aid of j
Outsider it will deliver the churches
from the sneet constantly cast at them
1 tha' they have made ? failure of their
owl job and mUS< import help t?, -?>??'
themselves from defeat."
Diflirulties of Revival.
"Here is the crucial difficulty. Thai
common tact ig that, without an out-'
aider, who takes the lead becan*e he
has been engaged to lead, differing
ideas of the right Way '0 do the work
develop so fast that every band is
hindered. Honest Christian co-work?
ers m?-aii to respeet one another'; view?
points, and ,hate and argue
and try to accommodate themselves to
one another until the moment p
when the iron i? hot.
"So, if a 'home made' revival doe? not
equal one conducted by an evangelist of
renown if probably is not for lack of
such preaching n < the evangelist could
supply, nor for tne lack of the means
... ? ch hi r. -., capture popular at?
tention, but solely because of the lack
of superlative command over the situa?
tion. Hut this by no means signities
that a locally managed and manned
evangelistic campaign has to be of
minor effectivene
"The most evident requirement for a
religious revival carried out with home
forte? only is a sincere compact at the
outset that all who begin in the enter
pris?' will follow it through with undi?
vided loyalty to the end. The best
jy is to choose from local lead?
er? some man of individuality and ex
ecutive force and make him general of
the campaign, with just as much power
in his hand? as a visiting evangelist
would have. I'nworthy jealousies aside,
ihould be as easy lor a group of,
neighbor ministers to yield supreme
command to one of therr own number,
as to a stranger."
The Kev. George P. Ecktnan, editor of
"The Christian Advocate," organ of j
the Methodist Church, has his doubts'
s liether any evangelist, imported or
otherwise, can really give New York a
leligious shake. In the pa?t evangelists ?
have come to New York and gone, and,
in Mr. Kekman's opinion, the entire1
<, mmunity felt not a single revival j
shiver.
Says Kvangelists Fail.
"When Moody was here " he atlded,
"I remember that I saw larr-;* delega?
tion! from Yonkers and Plainfield in
the congregations; hundreds of people
came m from the suburbs, while New
Yorkers paid no attention to the cam
?uch a big city that it
take a tremen,! t to arouse
community interest. For this reason f
am wondering whether a revival such
planned by local clergymen could
sweep the city. 1 have often wondered .
whether Billy Sunday could shake New
York as he shook Philadelphia and
other cities. Personally, I am in favor
o'" either thp clergymen or Mr. Sun?
day. Any influence that can awaken
religious life here has my support."
The i>v. Dr. William P. Merrill,
pastor of the Hnck Presbyterian
Church, who has been invited to be
i membei Of the steering com?
mittee, sees many hopeful signs in the
preliminaries "Vai ou branches of
? hurch are working together for
the revival," he said. "Then the man
of having no machinery or organiza
thii Itage of the campaign ap
gly. We minister? are
quite likely to get torro'her. talk about
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Tr.?NTINI l.lrt" I CRAWFORD
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KINGS ;
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THE WHITE FEA?HER
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CHRISTIAN GEORGE. PIANIST
NEDDA FURLONG. SOPRANO
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MAID I\ AMERICA
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LOUIS MANNm?..
PLAYHOUSE ' v i is
r.r:Y^rsiJVWERs
I CASINO. I . 121 Matt Po ? -a A w, i
EXPERIENCE
Ma?ln? Elliott .. I.v ? ? Ut. T - ,au, i
THE REVOLT v
sTh ST. TM. El ? . M? ,A M .
LOl.TELLEGE\CHV
MANHATTAN 0?. Ho.. 14th SI a, ,1 sih a.
KICK-IN H
MOI,., APRIL 19 !
-OAVIO- Tin
WARFIELD ><> AUCTIONEER
STANDARD
MUTT & JEFF in MEXICO
nu: -MKn or I'AiiAi.i""
PaALACIf M? -""?., ;r\'8h"
r -\Lr\la,L hamosiimkht w,,ur\' ,-:'
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ftLHAMBRA NAZIMOVA
L-a-a Ma- -it. lu '??AU lliUl'i..j,'' Ot?l.
dopanHnnr?) upon (?od. and then imme?
diately organize an elab?rate machin-?.
with numerous committee?, to carry
through our plan?.
"We have a ?treat opportunity in
\'rw York in the presence at ntior
ganized religion all around us. None
?eems to know ju?t how to reach this
field. Therefore It i? natural that wo
rom?? together in prayer to find out.
what te ilo "
At the suggestion of the Rev. Charles
Whitefield Welch, each member of tin?,
steering committee is writing lef*ers
to clergymen of hi? own ("?nomina?
tion, asking them to attend Manda*1
aftern**n*a meeting in the Madison
Avenue Baptist Church, accompanied
by a representative from each society, ?
hoard or committee in the churches.
LAWYER KILLED IN PARK
Auto Wrecked, with Speed
ometer Showing* 55-Mile Gait.
Benjamin Jackson, a lawyer, of 37
Lib*rt]l Street, wa? kille.) in Central
Park yesterday morning when his auto?
mobil?? crashed into a tree on the Cen?
tre Drive opposite seventieth Street
The car was wrecked and the ruins
caught fire. The body of the lawyer
Bra dragged out by Three patrolmen
Of all th<* parts of the machine only !
the speedometer escaped damage. It
registered at tifty-fivp miles.
The lawyer was a ?on of former Cor?
oner Jackson. He was unmarried, and
lived at H West lOHth Street. Owner?
ship of the car was entered in the name
of Robert \. Maloney, of 340? ?nie?.
Place, The Bronx. Mr. Maloney said
That although he had bought the car
he had not accepted delivery became
the brake-?, needed repairs. It is sup?
posed that these repairs had not been
marie and that when Jackson tri"'l t*
slow down they failed to work and he
lost control of the automobile.
Cuts Initials, Falls 60 Feet.
Charles C. Ketchen. of Northvale.
near Tappan, plunged sixty fee- down
the Palisade? in Alpine yesterday,
when he leaned over the prer-rpiee to
carve his initial? on the trunk of a
sapling. The branch upon which his
foot rested broke and he fell. .Tacoh
I-eonard and three companion? rescue.)
him with a rope. Ketchen broke hi?|
right arm and two ribs and his right
hip ?ras dislocated.
Repairs ind remodeling receive
closest attention at most reason?
able rates now. Latest designs tor
_ _, ^ Fill and Winter
REPAIRS ?9l?-'-?lv"
* % fashionable furs
?for cop\iii(* and modelms:?are
no v on exhibition; also tor accept?
ance of advance orders at large
price concessions.
Ph'in.' Or-rel -. '.-??.I (??I
_28 & 30 West 38th St_
^jfsmJkffi ?
1,rtm?~ ? '?'" '-K?AA, , ->
A
Everything that go? mk
the car.
Motor wear for own?;?*?
chauffeur.
Chauffeurs' livery~No?.'.j
and half-Norfolk suits,?,??
breeches or iong tr^.
whipcords, serges, worg?*
gaberdines.
Caps, gloves and gaunta
puttees, mackintoshes 4-,
rubber coats.
Motor accessories; gogo?,
laprobes and steamer m
Thermos bottles and ca???
week-end suitcases, f.-,
bags and suit-cases, wardrtj
suit-cases.
Everything at much *
than specialty shop prices.
Young men's suits?c
for young men from fabn
that are distinctively srr._
without bein^' "loud."
"Solo" socks?the valuei
always there.
AN sorts of ".?o?os" fora]
occasions.
R00EE8 Tu i Com?a:
Broadway E*-.
at 13th St. "Tie
Four
Broadway Cornen" Fifth At?
at Warren it ?i:?-?.
THESE NEW YORK LEADING THEATRES HAVE NO I1I?LIN IS WTT* * U -?
FMPIRF ?-'?'? ! ' NEW AMSTERDAM
^^L'Av^iT^,;1,!::,. WATCH YOURSTEI
Mr and M-v Vaeaa? ' ? ' ? ftm Isa?
CELFBPATED
CASE
ALL * CAST
r*_?*? 8"** '?r *h' ?n,,r*? aii?a??ni??t.
a* *r trrmlnatlng May 21. no? ??? ial?.
Prices $2, $1.50, ft, 75c & 50c
Sat. \?zht$2.50. $2,$1.50,$l&75c
KNICKERBOCKER. Broadwaj uni ?U Btr??l
Mail To-? ijito-i A n ?
Klatv A Erljng.r ? Entirtaln.r?
FADSo^FAXClES
NEXT MONDAY, AT 8:15
tar SEATS NOW.
STAND l'Ut THK AMFRI i
? AN CITIZEN "I' r>EBMAN
mini! i>k iitinKvi- " dr.
i LARKS MU R008K1 I l.r
IT.I.rl-KI.Y AS I -T?.N|>
, F'lR ANY uTHKIl AMERICAN
HI T 1 II" MU' STAND AT Al.I.
rim rui <;; rman amf.ri
. AN OK ANT nTIIKK KIM? nr
H? '111 NATI!? laMKRIl AN
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THE HYPHEN
A Play of American Patriotiam
By JUSTUS MILES FORMAN.
gm?- COHAN'S1"';' ,
'?IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE"
X - A LAUGHING RIOT.
HUDSON
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BELASCO "
"MISS STARR W0NDERHI.". Sun
FRANCES STARR
HUDSON
THEATR
SPECIAL UOtLS
I MARIEOOILE.
THI< AKTI-RN-I
?HEu?TRE'To>io?'?!',"uLAST 2 TIMES
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MISS ANGLIN
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REPUBLIC
THE NATURAL LAtt|
GLOBE
MONTGOMERY* -
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MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
NOW y^D^J^"y
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La
L?^RNiJW?kBAtl,E.
ravs
; ?tff?:..];2<iLALLA ROOkH
1000 WONDERS t^'^ta^s*"^
HIPPODROME and THE ENTIRE DOME OF
MADISON SQUAME GAHOEN.
A MUI.T OATHEBJEO riRi'l s Ot" All.
?,AT1"\? [-,.?;,< A VAST ARRAY ?il*
KOHI.lIlN I I ATI RKS SUM TO AM0.I4UA
M?iN ~ I III /?no UllAlv CO.NOagH
Atlml*,*.ion t? <ir-,a? ato ??0? ?'?"?'- Statt.
E?rr>tWii1 -?*-*- * W 75c. *,! U.M.
v ? ,?. i I I i- n ir :?r IS,
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BRANCH TICKET OFFICES:
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HANDLER WMt4-d s,.r Baerg>Bf, E?t?. 120.
ON TRIAL
I) a 111 - l?rrla ?th. 'Phoit
I .-\l\l\ Mat T?-m?rro*. Brit
tMlMTTi
Mttlne? T?-morr???. 2 20.
500 (latvd Stall
In lit Baton?
5Cc. 75c. $1.00
Il a III , , '- :?
.Al\l\ Mat T?m?rro*. Bnt Statt. 11.50. ? Ij
LAST
WEEK
HJIUB Mat .-."a *
THE SUPERB PHO 10 SPECTACLE
THE ETERNAL CITY
*?? PAULINE FREDERICK.
I>T 4? ST !.,.?-.
MATlMr.h TO ^l'lRKuU . 14
INSIDE m LINES
i A K.M.I ?IK Hill NEXT SUNDAY EVE.
Ill Til -4 I I r - ft
w o r 1 n I v
IfiirialK ARCHIBALD
f PAWNS OF MAR?i |
"?? >? ? Tr? Lad? ?I trie Ll|t?tr,.u>?.
COLUMBIA:. Burlesque
v THE WINNING WIOOWS.
HAMMERSTEINS I ! US V\ U.I_VHI> ,ll;ro?,in
I'' :?'* H- ? B_ Bat! ? ?".-/'? Mnkifi' j
Aaea?a.lrr * ?jeuu, JI?iu?, brut, a uiuw?. 1
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DUNCAN
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APHIL 11 AT H !0. h?U'r> ? I '
Costume Recital
-"c*"1* B O R 1 ?
Andreas of sEGijROl-|
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Baaa, Baati
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C?rn,-?l? Hall T? ? ", ',',?1. '
In AH of American Po,i,'i S? i?
Sembrich-GlucK I
Hofmann - Zimbah?*
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PUNCH & JUDY
2SOa^?\ II.'.l!:'^
IRVING PLACt IH?A
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