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Billy Sunday Sways 22,000
Close to Sawdust Trail His Biggest New York Audi? ence Signifies It Is Ready to Follow Him Thousands Unable to Get in Tabernacle The Lord Can Find Good in Everything. Even War, Says Evangelist aud:< ?. dramn* r ? 1 - uir ' and ? collai few i ' earnestly in the - " then ai Prays !?>r Officials "Ss ?? I . ?i ??orn oui fmt .- ? . I ? ? He ? ' ? t ? \ : ? ? ? ' ? ' ind B in Brool lioi.r? \rc Barred The rr * ' ? , ? ? ? v I . ? . "Bul ? I In ii e "Ought I ? Be Happy'' ? i Wl ?, 1 ?bat ?. : ? ' pr.?a? h the I accoinp \. .? | would > I bad a!.? ? of decencj a; pleases ai Stranger interrupts Tabernacle Service ? - rience With ,? the ? ..???? ? ?n sprani audience. tO me! " shouted the stmnj-? r "I'm m man of ??? I l will la heard !" Hut a strong armed f-i-hr I rrom . ich i toward the : up I'm her?- ?o Ulk reh-rion and I'm going t?? do it," pro tested the retreating man. "Th, , ? ? r m crowd, Baddy. Thi? ie my | M' Banda) -.reach?-.! on "IVraonal ' Work." II, . led hui .-??.:?? classes as ? e*ioi those who can-? ??end church becaaae .?? th.% ? ployaseat, thoa? who can and those who do and are ? appeal, thoeo who >? ' ? appeal, but are not . ?s a ' final rUs?, th.,?.- ?h. . . KO out a?.?! ..?,-, ? the peopl? k, in ) place of business lia?, you ?a thing to tl called her up? You an- quick ? To-day*a Programme in The Sunday Re> ival 11 a. 1 1 ' i ?? , - ' ? ' ?' I I ' ? ? \ ? ? ? - M. '? . .' 144. Ilroadva i li jin ? s ? ? . i ? I "W h? n ;. .?'.i lo nd se? .. you ?i H,.?? Mi dopted a ? .. ce ?. !.<? she '? do evcrytl ng ph, you lazy ? of people 40,000,1.times mon I II?.?? you and doing ? n't wa State Republicans Discuss Bills to Raise $40,500,000 Preparedness Appropria? tions Make Measure Necessary - . ? -.?H.mm,Hi". urce . - .n ? ? i j . . : i g corporal ". Mills'? 1 . iTe another I . Reprimand for Legislature Whitman Says Finance Issue Is Up to People ? Man . Albany, April I * ?\ h .t man ,. ! u prompt ? t " t I ? | unitemizt'd legislative ?i?: "I have done ell in my power to re ? the people 'I.., ito? has I !.. th?- I ?, "I inn u? ?. I to tl which t'-i? Legislature In?? taken i - for I ? how thi? '.i he ? ?a junt ? here tl- ? Bankers' Conviction Reversed - En eel a- ?i Howard .' I. . -.-. ere spirai. ? ? v V Court of App? Movie of a Man Getting Up at Night to Answer Phone bv briggs n ? n i iHPM??Imwm ? dp. a-, itrr:0. iixSi 1^^- --t/ /? ^ HHBHHHHHIP ?I ._i (,, n^ S?- . , H?L<-0 " \/0*C6" lOMci ?|>, y ? (ii,,r.u-.,,:<) * CaXsXIsJ?- ?C\ voice - hold rM- HELL.0V' WROMO vo.cc is ?.> number;. / '*> ?? W77 '? ' t???? Zm Harry N. Reynolds Ends Life with Shot Head of Chemical Firma Was in Bad Health; Had Expected to Go West ? Ninetj to - : '? I - II. I ? ? 1 : Mrs. Lansing Cuts D. A. R. Hall Debt Her Appeal Wins Nearly $15,000 from Daughteri at Annual Conj-ress ' ? ? -K ft? ? ?? ? ? ! Farmers Exempted From Jury Service Justice Morschausei Aids in Si ite I ????ri Raining ' i K ? ? Brooklyn Tube Cave-In Kills One, Injures 12 Sliding Sand Forces Shor? ing to Give Way, Bury? ing Workers \ - ? their ? . .1 run ' ? ? u.in. . in.?.r ?rai n .' v fe.'t . roar of the ? ? rumble, and . ? li ?' of the cleai ? ' ? ? I ..i moi ?? thai. . .. ?I out li. i and ? ? 1 .... ... : lead. If?* ?'h*1 j > I are 1 : ?. .?i. ?. away, i'uh i.? ran an ? ? mtrac ? e Con ? ?i the i ? A. D. T. Boy Finds $10,000 Better Job To Be Reward for Lad's Honc*s'y '? ? ? had " ? i . ??? driv? n ? ic? .i ? ' ? 42 Baseball Fans Hurt Bleachers at Columbus Col? lapses, 100 Persons Fall I 17. Forty-two rd by the i !'..:?? ? ... beta ea the ? ? I .????? i ? were -? I I Twelve 1 ,- fathered ' .1 and ? More than ? f the Ami ? ? mala, ar.d ? : the accident? I $250,000 in War Bonds Voted by Aldermen City To Be Ready to Meet Un? foreseen ExDenditures for Defence It i of Uayor Mitchel, ti. Board of Aldermen yeitorday au? ..I ?.?utroller Prendergasl pecial bonda to th** amount of i -, be used to meet war con? ditions. In his message t.? the board 1 : tote of ?'-?nr br twecn ?-. L'i led State? and Germany . eumbeni upon ? he Cit\ of \?.\? 'i | !.. ? I" iptlj any emergency ' maj .-v e. Already preliminary ? ,- . progressed under the s ? mi of the Mayor's t'ommttee Btional Defence, and various eitj i . ? ? themselves n r .:? ? ??'',???? ? - i? nrice ai n ma) den "h i- imperative, however, tha* '??? taken at tin? tint-- i-* 1 ' | ; i ? i ?i? pripiir,? the city govern the nal v.al and ?t?te gov? ? v :, ??? ery way within it-. power .. organize New York for the ? fllcient participation in the ? .? war. Tin- ??-ink v. lil in? volve enditure wdicb he made, nni ? ? : ?me i h'- demai Ie I lion itiggeated by 'he "islv. Five Die of Thirst at Sea Rain and Flying- Fish Save Two of Burned Vessel's Crew Ball ion \v ' 17 -Vfter he:up day?; during which time they saw their five l i> s ?ii.- of thirst, one comm ' suicide in delirium, Emanuel Jaunig, n ?I Herman Week, seaman, of the British schooner Atlllittaii;?, v.ei? brought t" thi.. porl on a Sor? ml are in a ho I ? no) ? . they will re ? eaught t'irr- a' ?ea and all l. - al can rere lost PI iqualls pav? water and '? -e.l. U-Boat Victims Land Here Brooklyn Man on Karmala, Sunk Off Spanish Coast On their i ? I erda; *- , and W. E. nking P. Si il. \ ? Mai 1'hey were I the K was When I ?' pedo, ? ' rii? k ? ? ? v? hich ? iafely m ( he life of the ? Brother Is Saved from Death on Bridge ? ? 1 ? -A' *t .. r k . Both i- - i b) Henry ? r was rhe ma ? ??'??? i . ? I blue imped 1 r him liie.l him i, -v ilfred -**.* tsken to I ncoln Hospital He will recover. Longer Hours Demanded By Bay State Strikers \ ? n are an la- ' - an th. lay. The la* limiv ? ??!1 public work1? to men claim that ? ? ? >; ' ' I con - l to v?.urk nine ??r ten hoiuj au... Bodies of Two, Long Dead, Found In Shabby Home Widow and Son, Recluses, Were Last Seen About New Year's It is yearn since the comfortable house that Michael Kiley. owner of a prosperous express business-, built at 32 Maurice Avenue. Flnihurst, began to grow shabby. Kiley has beer, dead twelve years*, and there are compara? tively *'e4v even in that established *nl district 4vho can tell you ?hen shabbinaas overtook the house. For months its condition has canned neighbors to planee askance. I'npropped porchea, dangling shutters, crumbling chimney?- and rag-stuffed windows pro claimeil its sail estate. Yesterday William II. Robinson, an attorney, whose home is across the street, took the matter to the police. He realised that the expressman's widow and her son could not be compelled to furbish up the place, but nobody had seen 'hem around for weeks, and it might be thai they were sick or in dira want. He could no? remember when he had seen the house lighted at night. ?>n ?'ill nights it loomed black, an?J in storms it r'.attereil and groaned scan dalously, but never showed a human gleam. Police Accompany Lawyer Captain Place and Patrolman Settig accompanied the attorney to the gloomy abode. By daylight it had not the sin? ister aapeel that came with dusk; il was just shabby and forlorn in a com nionplac?' way. A lean >l"g slunk growling ?o the porch a? the clai'tr of the ??. ire-pu'.led ?led dl ?inaily within N'o one red the ring, ami u ??? not until the ?l"g had been driven snarling to an lUthouse and locked up that the three men feit safe in forcing the door. Wall paper hung in dingy strips, ex? pensive carpets were in ra;<s, coarse, i ,1 .-rockery, unwashed, litter?-.) a !:nr:ir> table. The room with its shut rindow was as dark as a tomb and as cold 10 the men entering from lltlight, <?ne of them hrew open a windoa and started hack ruddenly as . ..n the couch. It arai the body <.f Mrs. Mary Kiley, age,I widow, emaci ? the form of a mummy, In the room la) the body of her ,,;., Philip, fortj :? ears old. lli??-o?.er T*?o Leitern I .?o letters were found. ?>r-<? was , ? ? January ! and bad ?..???n The other, a notice from a hank ? ' Kile; auat of tl ?.??'ive h< to b>* no longer de .. ru.-?"!: h ri? cil January 11 It opened. No one had - the woman or her son ? -mm after Sam Year's, when a young 1 lived then- and been Kiley hau ??ft after \g that she was not Mr? K *? r. The letter of Janu;?t> J, eratown, ?a? from. h?-r It ?.?. ?n? : "I am ail rp'-:'. I think it best to 1>?* with m; brother, for I couldn't ?tand any longer having no Ars or food I r put in the winter with no on ).iar part to ?l.? diff?rant, You would get along better if you made Philip g?-* over ha laziness." Thrre was a letter from an ?? ? ? company, showing that I'hilip had lost ?I. "hrough failure to report for work. Mrs Kl!?*) was seventy-five years old and had fallen heir to a comfort? ? able fortune on her husband's death. No Vote for Bay State Women Beaton, April 17 Women will not rtnitted to vote upon recommenda of the coming Constitutional < onvention The Supreme Court d? : to-day thBt the Legislature h:.?l r.o authority to define the word "pe"- ' : the convention act as meaning ??.??ri and women, and no power at this time to amend the act or take other i steps to permit women to vote. Illustrator's Bohen Invaded by Bu Neysa McMein't Hos Proves Costly M-'hemmn frankness ma* 'r t:?ed In Greenwich V'.llape, wh ?re futariatie bul hoi ? I parently, if canl bo done in th? of West Bixl treet This i?? ?he ?ad l>??on thi N'ey?a McMoin, the illustr?t learned a' some cost. MiM M? confen?e?Hy Bohemian in her upon life. Accordingly, whi opened her studio in The Shr< she used to leave her key I ahove the door when she went r friemls mipht enter wh willed. In addition, il on the i|..or ? g when pected to return. <>ne day Mies MeMein returned that ?ome on?? had entered dur ahfipnce sorn.? one who had $1,000 worth of j? ? The illustrator informed the pol chance?! her It th? I hoo?l of man Rince then ?he has been robbe? trmes. Yesterday The mysterious visitor who ha entered bv her own door key re with hi-? own jirnm ? ole. Robert Le Roy R pley, who 1 flipht above, hi? i that th? ? , -..ken ? ver of valu?- thai M - McM have tun ittention to hii Tenement Bill Caui Veiller's Resigna. Secretary of Charity Soci Committee Calls Measu Reactionary Albany, April 17 Lawn who has 1 and 1< ?pint of the tenement hou tee of th.? Charity Organisation S? of New York City for nine nounced hit I in to-day be the commit! 1 the teni hou?e bill, which ha? been ? a- ?1>? tatute? buill up Mr. Ve 1er to appear againsl I he 1 ?" ion bill the hear-np was postponed uni il day to permit amendments. "I. for one," he said, "d<< not ca devote my time to working with a mittee which rives more ? the infere?'; of persons dealing ir estate and the flnanc ng of houses to the health and tafet} of thoui of defenceless women ??n?l ehildre "I am entirel] out of sympathy the judprnent of a majority i mittee that it was deairab ?? to inci the fire ha/.iir?i?. ??' return to the ?peakable airshaft, and thousand? of old, dilapidated, I ladi-n houses into li% n^- plac? - women and little children, withou quiring thai they be made to con to rea indardl of safety sanitation. "The public should understand situation dearly. Thi Lawson * ment house bill strikes ?? vital bio the living conditions of the n M of people ?.I New York I In no respect does it impro ards. In every reaped il lower- th? Actresses Wind Bandag Ball Is Planned to Provide Fu; for War Relief The Actresses' vVar R announced > ? il il '?' ould a benefit ball Saturday evei 28, at the Waldorf Astoria ception committee will be Billie Ku Kthel Barrymore, Fran.*?*? Starr, ? stance Collier, Eleanor Gates, Don Donnelly, Elizabeth Tyree Metcalfo Rachel Crothers, More than twenty women of the st ?pent most of their time yesterday the ?workroom, al S66 Pifth Avei knitting blue and gra '"ride Sam'- marines. Misa Mari? Maude, Chrystal Herne, Frances Sti Billie Burke and Anna Kauser w limon-: those wh.. kept their neei busy. Miss Gal - ? ounced thai '"?? i resaes have pledged theii lerviees the opening day, and more ?han h that number yeaterda willingness to aid in the war rel work. Eight ?hfl-.es of nandages, prepai and rolled according to iti Croas directions, are the result of I ?irst two days' work bj stage worn according t?. Miss M mine Dupree, structor in this branch of th?- relief Convict Says Prison Inmate Was Slai Charges Head Keeper i Trenton Had Runners Beat Negro to Death i'r<-nton, \. .1 . \|?r 1 17. .lames l.a rence, a prisoner in In-ntim state pri or, testified to-dav before the Kd State Prison ? ommission that four ru in of the hei keeper, 'ii 1913 had beaten U) -i-a .lam.?.-, Williamson, a negro prison. Lawrence said that he was in the no cull, and that the negro's body remain? overnight in his ?''-ll before the deal was reported and the corp e removed Michael K?... a . he wh? shackled in ? dungeon, nrhei re heal made him almo?? uncoi scious. IL- asked Dr, .1 W. Crane, ti resident physician, be ?aid. to take tl off h lega, as the pain wt more than he could bear. Th.? physician, he said, complying with his request jumpe upon his legs until blood spurted. Many questions concerning prisoner ??ho were alleged I i ' ? t under the former manuf-r men) of , ? eis i-.??-?! of li irane. One caae was that of a ma flesh and ikin an- ?aid to hav beer .?ll'i?' ' 'I. I'r ? ral any mark irutality on the bodies >.f thre prisoners who hanged themselv? another wh?. died in an nisuiie asylum R. R. Men to Aid Nation Meet To-day to Marshal Theii Resources for Government The executive committee of the Rail? way B '? which in? cludes m its membership every manu? facturer and l?rice dealer in railway supplies in the I'nite.l States, will meet at the room? of the asaociatioa, :t?i I'hurch Street, to-day '?> di of H??istni|f the Council of National lie fence. ? call for the meetinp, i??ue?i hy tie orge A. Post, presiden' ?.f th. nation, follow? a conference in Wash? ington with I'aniel Willard, chairman of the advisory eommitne ef th?- I>e ? ?.in.i-.l. and Co'iferenc.-s witli leading mar ufm-tiirt-rs in Chicago. At these conferences plans for mobiliz? ing the resource? of the association to assist the government were worked out. These plans will be passed upon to-day. Brady Will G** Two Million, tc N- Ye HoSpi^ Bequest Will EsUbli,^ Maintain Depart^ of Urology Relatives Get Ud G em Collection To ?Be ?J. cd; Some Article, Will Be Sold ' Ho4PiUI tfOj rond JiB? J? which ? - pro*,?? 1t? ? 'nade for ts, ? lishment ami maintenance ef tm rith Dr. (W Loat?\e' .: In work,' rarr:-'. ? .?.j ?_ or m a bn-!*, Mr, Brady'a ttittm to ?-ection, til? . His brother, fW f!ra,i.v- ? ? ?I'M), that-, ?'?" *ii & '?? Ten thou??? ? Asylum. New .' I.odpn? il Hosaltel Freah Air F?. th? Actan'r '? Johns H'.n,. H.xpita!, ???? Brady . |y reatar? v.l p, i nun of th.- J | .lt,|,t ?. Thin ;i t?, ? to th? hte* ofteal !:?t \4h-.eii *!?;?? : Friends of "Diamond Jim* t, eeive .Ii. l'i-i? Railroaa. will ha i I diamo?' ? i.ivtn. ?cr diamond and rub> r:"g. ?n, ] Polly S Fox. know i. i tact a* the 3 I u*hend? in Bradji nas "Ptioai. itors, tbe f?> . : nd Richard < . ' rowley. TWj ins Mr busin? .rporatieas.. be i-mbtnra ? -, . . rrt-<i u a friend, ' '?1 ? -.? Ghsa Brady h.-|i:- ?':. etti Mm Hat* ? 1 | thieu. of K . S, H.. t>. income from 'rust fan*. ' principal to to I ? e reiidur* her d? ath, ? nras, ta i will receive a similsr incom*. ! ?'. T. McArdle. .-in aunt, il a 110,. T h ?? will ? i on ?u. I?. H'17. Motorman FainU And Cars Cm Fifty Persons Injured in it Iision on Lexington Avenue Corni niotormi*.'' southbound 1 ? ? ngton Aver? i ? rret jf?SM afternoon i? ? Ins far ap?/ruich*?j ^ I the con*! muid reach 1 .it'oMitf.? bowling .T,i.i?- at a fK?ts ? i that *si ttm on Thirl ,r?d sud?* were taken Hospital. & ca? i were | ? eked. Reserve? sat to it*' crowd other policraai York Is? i ompa i smbolaacs ?** . .??tr:?*?*' injured. 1 lie mo I Oorg. I nue. Th.- Bronx. H? wss inj?? ternally. Libel Suit DiimiM? Cou**t Holds The Tribu** i Not Damage Deaf M# !..-,'. rr>' i Broa iii!?se?l yeaterday . libel ?sit ?'? '-*"-"? a deaf mute. Th.? ?*?? ?* . g ai irrest am j tective Sers;? *-h *~it 1912, on ?? chanj? mi larceny. , ? ? Charh - a i**w-'I!?rf\"i \ i an a**** ltPr,.Jj-4 cated I . ''"i.?! diamond ring I nk ?aid thi*.*^ il i ?hat he fj ? K,ksll?*i* mond r***T( %S'?, he '? 'Uj? that th* w stolen by I'-- '? -1" ??Z, '? i?* a-* f i .a? man. but . r bed *?*? stock} d< . ^m ? The Tribun* tsss? ' '"' **,*"?* 0* lin w??? 'inl? *ml .^ Sielen -franl e Ti buna tar ... -, ?. West Front Hero B*1 Captain McBride, ThrkeD*' ted, Will Train U. S. Tr<* " ^\tem\ ??? in Inf?B,7??a?l . ' an honorabl. -" :" ,~*t I he mifht train American u?"?' tren?*h 4v?rfar-. ^,a^' self a' UTJX*' his com? ' u ~ *sV taking-? II? wear? "?*? ,?" for "g..!!.??*.' ' '",,,;,, f?* I service (?r? * ally b itLrTS French M.l.taiW In the attack on If"^ 4*** company survived, bol- ?J? ^ Captan k! ft!^ for nearly tweatyfy . ras .:;,?^ Paper Men Pl-d **? Th.- even I ?p.? "?ffil ?c.ntl> r ' ? a* ? the Federal and t: '? ,yj| plea? of not guilty ^r'^?? ?released in |3.""" '??LJ,, fJ^H April 30 to tile demuner? rf I legal steps. -*'