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"Wake Up, America Day" Pau! Reveres of Land and Air Will Warn City "to Be Up and to Arm" 50,000 Marchers Will Sound Call to Colors Modem Dispatch Bearer, a Woman, Rides Through New York Streets - - - . '--'low? d ' ' - Vaine M ??nun nient - from I . a wreath 1 ? .. Pi ? In mighty i from ,(ho in the ? ' ' tree? ? ? \\ omen t?> March. T?>?? '? | . - : ? ? ? ? ?? ill ? - ? ? ? - ? ' - ' Rig Gatherlag al **?inht ? - - - - ' ? ? : '-. i loa? I <? He I?e. ?>r..l.-,| . . . A ' i and ?? ? pan I - I ? - Boy Srouta Will taa? par', it tht marco. W ake l p Da> i Vogramme - ' '*? ? ? ? ? . I ' ? ' w ?,, . will sun ? 1 - ' ? ? . -?' and ' - ? \- ?!_ ? ? Man ? - ". ?? - ' ? - ? ? - ??nir-ri ind ? ': ? ? ' ' ind. Pro 5,000 in Newark March in "Wake Up, America!*' Day when ? ? ? ? ?? I ? ? ?V. J )'. : .?;.()?? were re? ' ? ? ? ? - Suffragists Cheer Rhode Island Victory Many \\ ii! rake I p Residences in Newport - , linn ' ' - - from 1.? a ? igiats who . '. w\ -. - - II P R? Ii ' ? ; - as long as h?r husband t? it? Governor. // Happens in the Best Regulated Families By BRIGGS ..,/-.. - ' r?-Ur-jK '~r uuro Kit) ? - . ? Hl ' ' ' T' ' " ' ' ? Boy r y ?I 1)01 ? m DAD i , , ? i ' ' l / ? I : ,^r- >* va ? i YOU I i'/.U ? ?' ?ir Mi ', AI l SvU? LU I -, UP olaje? H?5 3aY i ? i i , ? i O i ' EST Many in Tears as Billy Sunday Pictures Decline of Home Life Points Out Shortcomings of Modern Motherhood. De? nounces Dancing and At? tacks Those Who "Run Rarrooms in Home" nd pei Tabernacle, at : 'r< et ai d Broadway, ia?t i conducted on a .!'? to the hon ? - ?. The ? ng quality of the nation's '..fe. 'he thortcomlngt of modern v , .'.. the nro'.alencc "f ii-<;rt:pt--d h? ?n?s ?,nri "broken lives." ? -, hi ' r? -.'?? '";ching n' the duties of mother ' home life; the ? tl aughter that I lighter, ironic touches. "If George Washington had had a - ! ke Harpy Hooligan he'.l have -..und with a tin can on his bead. ii ..." h?? declared in an endeavor to . | point regard? | ? ?? , ? . He too'K his text, both Rftemoon and . rviii, 10, "For I have ki to the ? . ? tei them." 32,000 Hear Him v '? "lis heard preach at the two service.?; the i ,- ? ? ? ? . - ? on pai '.. .? \ . Young Men1 ? v ? I ? .? er or irture - cfore the I bei hen S. Wi . .... '.pon the l(?i-,?r ;? ? ity (?f thi.se who. tie ' ? ? ? .? ? pictured" vard ' Dick and Han ;? He dei "['"?? . ? . heir i ? ce, and I"l 1 gi ' t>: rouich I ' ? - ? ? . "One-ten! ' Hotels \s?ailrd Hep ? ? ' fiv? ? . ? ? ; ?' i ' ' l* ? ' .... - v. ,i : ".lew .-??Ion-.. ??i? rated H* ? Solomon eould hav? -lohn ! ? ? I' - (feui hav? had Ar.?!> ? ., i ., ? -, '.Morgan 1 .-? "I h? eve blood.' ng 1 ? ? ? . ? " 'h.- Stuart He tool it th? - f? r ??onian suff- . ? ? ? ? rave and ma ? . ...? it of I L'ss. tor ijoo s sas? ist'a put tua bailo: | To-day's Programme In the Sunday Revival 11 -i. in. to 2 b. m. A !" c fur I . 1'r? I and TI n everj 1:45; M tor '.' p. m. Serv?/? ? ': p. n ' ployed at the Y. W. C V. 1 . .-.:??? -.. A ? and Fifty? m \ her, ? ctor ol ? ?? rk, will !',: ;.", p. m. B ble . con M lud bernacle, : ?rirls in th?* Brighton M armed 1 ? .. Miss / M. Gamlin, ? i - r.??- *. ? > i- :' i ---. ' and girls' - aker. meeting ? t?-rmn ? ? ? nue and \ ? 7 : '?'<? p. n-. Ser, ?n- in 1 * nacle ; si rmon t . lay. meet ? hurch, ?'; Avenue un. eigl od prayer ghborl ood Bible I h p. rr, P ng m tha lurch, '. |. M 11 ? . i r. Billy Su mee, 184 A 1 . i-a . i . ... St. .\ icho* las - i of tll4 ? ' i*i?r?' ' -,. ., E muh i .1/. S ?a en , 81 Si " m tain .1 rim,-. M ?r.'i I nr. Y. ,/ . nl'.ii ? Wo clair 111. /'/./? Broadway mid \ ,,lurum 10082. ? ? ? !??<!. And ? . r th? 'birth "If tl ntrol you on ; -'.r ' Home Biggeai Problem . ? ? f ? ? ? . OU. "You m you -nr?--'.l u ran ? ? a retii ? ? ? ? a God ,'.?.. "I tell ,r.. fit" senranl ? * ? HlffRewt \firrniM.n Ntiriienrr T'. aembled al -? .eral '?"?"??? la; was m poi ? Rculty In ? At the < *? . -.vorr , r>. . . ? . I ? I p|\| hunii?. ? d'jcteu a ll.u.i. o'.-4jr elaai Tabernacle platform. About 1,500 r ..-?? ded. 300 Business Women at Ten-Cent Sunday Lunchei M..re than 300 buaineaa women tended a 10-cent luncheon and ra held yesterday in the Madison Squi '.?rial, ? tiurch, Madison Aver and Twenty-fourth Street, at whi : Frances Mill? r, of the Billy Si .rtv, spoke. Wetherby, a Host meed that air ihe Sunday campaign in Boston t Christ an Associati had more led its memb? ty'i dot- ?:?.?.? n busin? Ihej now bad an ? panization of 3,000 business won-. old daily luncheon prayer me? . Invit?t! ting imm.-diat. the luncheon rally, in the Bri : Church, Fifth Avenue a Thirty seventh Str? et. The ; on, with Mrs William Aaher, the Sunda> party, us director, and Mi Warner M. I bairman, met the chapel ami discussed the Tabernac rally which will be held to-morrc night, in?! the committee women to of their i api rienc? ? in canvassing fa laundries, restaurante, ai among women employed In the home. D. A. R. in Conventio Votes for New Leade Four Tickets in Field; Roost velt's Plea for French Children Indorsed \p\ 18 Ilauf-hter-? ? ' I -? V eriean Revolution, twenty-seventh annual convention her ? to daj balloting for general off c.-r?. Four tickets were in *he del? reapectively by Mr-?. .lam? Hamilton Lewis, wife of the Senate from Illinois; Mr?, ??eorpe Thachf .. of Kansa?; Mrs. John Mille 'i irk, and Mr- Georg *'. Sq Minnesota. Mr-. Eliza Ferrj Leary, chairman o m in it tee, announce that i.'.vi delegates een entil The voting was by Mat? -. Fach <i the four candidates foi president gen had conducted a vigorous cam I ? . el Roose*. el a letter * Mrs. William Cummin?- Story, th president-general, which she read t. arreas, suggesting that th Daughter radors? the work of th. or destituti Iren of Fi an? ?? l"hey ? ould by th.i means I ? ? ng th? di bt of honor '? to I I- rench 11 ople, the < ?? Th? ... approv? ?I of th. and pledged ts c k r? o President Wil? son expressed regret that he could r.oi ?.?.?th tl.. Daughters becaus? of tl ?? and p!? .iir.-l theii rn\a! of his stand ir r of our count ry.' John G. Johnson's Art Willed to Philadelphia His Home To Be a Museum to Hold Paintings Valued at $5,000,000 * . ! 18. John ii l alued - than 16,000.000, is given His hand rart of I ?.???:-,??? | to be i? public ? accepts the be . . ? ,- .? ? ? " . ? 'i ' . ? ? ' rregg - .a I lie. . - ? thai ? sccepti .i TI?- i abou* $4i to individuals, and the incom" of the f the esta*, eatil ?ted ? .-veral eft I ? ? - *ral F d ward He V. Murrt'.', a stepson, and other rela? tive? Tax Plan Booms Imports Ai in of ? n to place iv .mp,,r*. ? thi nit? ? t duty has . si ?tua te import tra?l<> It *?.., 'o-dav that April im - ? , ? ? ?endoua incre'? - March "? ?i J recent month. | Corporation Bill, Called Iniquitous, Shelved at Albany Would Extend 1912 Law Permitting Issues of Stock Without Par Value , i --.? , onup i ? ? . ? ti..? Tribune I Albany, April 18, The Senat? forced to-day by Senator George B. Wellington, ??f Rensselaer, to ??idetrack tha Waltera-Pratt bill amending the stock corporation law of 1912, Senator Wellii gl I to have eonTineed the Senate that the 1912 law was a "joker-" and that the Waltera-Pratt amendment, supported by the Secretary of State as a revenue producing meas? ure, was an extension of "iniquitoua i rascality." The 1912 corporation law pern 'new corporation - shares of stock without pur value. The Wa I Pratt, hill extended that privilege to I corporations which were in existence prior to 1912. Senator Wellington de? clared that the bill wou!?l l?galit? a ?p?-?-? ,??? of fraud wherebj ' naiders" could mulct the puhlic. Senator Wal t? r?, who sponsored the bill, and tor Klon R. Brown, majority Itadtr, consented to have th?i biii laid a "The state cannot iff rd to 1 ive so loo,?- a corporation statute," Senator Wellington declared. "I.as*, year un? der this statute we received more than $:,.,000 m corporation fees, but I I value the honor of th.- state at con siderably higher than that figure." Senator Wellington ?? cei tain copper corporation owning nun?** in Uaak ? and elsewhere paid to the state ill-,'. for tht privilege of is? suing Much stock certificates uruier the acl of 1912, when it could have incor porated under the general corporation law for 17, "Tin 4 atai declared S? : i oi U'ellmg*on. The 8? ' al to d i; paaai I *-'? nator Boylai office of Su perintendent <?f Schools Emeritus for I?r \\ illiam H. Max? :'. and > ihj 's bill, requir t,, I,,- registered as other motor vehicles. This bill ?i i xpected to yield a revenue of ahout J. Tho Assembly paased 1-;. t vote of 7i 'a :ii ihi- McWninney bill, providing for the separation from the I I Neu York of the Rockaways, and their incorp ? - \ '? ; was vetoed by Mayor M ?.-'? - t year, The 1>.!: pi - for . the Rod . ' ho i aou'.?1 pa-, the Cil Assemblyn in O'Hare, of Queens, h ? Monte - Legialation designed to ? rom Jamaiea !'..,.'. to Peconic Bay, L I ?> he o* for Ai irships, was pas.-ed by ? ? cost of land. Seek to Save Slayer Al of th" ilu??. al la? vers I a plea I Govei ? for Pelt Von ?1er ? ..... to morro--. Barhai ? '??? righl - i ?Hand, l - ???. o "-?une ?s-, '.'im?. W ? . ?r?- of this 1 ,- d he ha? rs are Moi man, H vv Merchant, Gtorge '?ordon Battle, arman Joseph ??.?i stv eral ai Orphans to See Circua The orph? . ? ? . . - .s ,-..,??? ar, but at a special ptrforn >? for s o <- 0 ' ir. April 24, ? ? ? their benefit and matrons of all on ci.mmunioat?- at once with 'he sec re ? Hi>,rr.um A Ha Dr. Sykes Deposed As Head of College President Connecticut Wom? an's Institution Accused of Failure as Executive Net? London, Conn., -\pr,l 18. l?r ?i kes v ? posed from the pn - "( ? ' . healing before a commi'tee ?vh :ch r I -? ' mand of the trustees that he resign Dr Sykes wa? ? he wouM coi ? ?.. but de? clined. ? - .?';?? ? mi urn ?? to <.peratc with the ? ? ounl - . In ? t Val? tin? ' lenl ?? him, wen dared by the com m ttee to be unfound? ed. Il?- accu-i ?i Mr, Chappell of md I coal hn.| bl \ ap ? I'hi? ? I of Simeon F rnoi I v - : ? ird L. II '.? ? \rrei Bees ?. ear the r.'p ? Cabaret Men Will Obey Closing Order Persons Found in Dance Clubs After 1 A. M. Liable to Arrest i ib in ? pi prii ton - gnified ??? will .-, to abide by Mayor M itch el's order barrins" dancing and drinking after l a. m. in war times. Mayor Mitchel was explicit in hii order to Commissioner Wooda, how? ever, to put an end to all of the dance clubs af'er May l. Persons found in such places after i a. m. will in? to an rly peraoi the proprietors will be arraigned for ' mail.' rd irly resort.?. "It* ? ? hat th.re should be no ? d and no dancing . on after 1 o'clock," said Tom Henly. dean of the cabaret restaura*, in "W.'re with the Mayor. It won't hurt any one. It'll be hard on some folk, but the army and navy would make men on! e of them. They would "I ha teal againat the order," said Mayor Mitchel, "and what ever commi ird from hotel and restaurant men has been favorable. Any protest would b< unavailing. Thi? one thing 1 | dog to go through." Miss Dahlgren Pays $50 To Keep Out o? Jail Society Girl Arrested for Speed ingon Fifth Avenue Ulrica Dahlgren, society girl, ternal of a %'?') fine or days in th?- Woi in the ?'mir* yesterday, where .??he was arraign? ! for speeding her car on Fifth Avenue. ig woman waa arrested by Patrolman F.ynnn, of" Traffic C, at Sixty sixth Street In court she admitted that she had been arrested once before md 1 ??'! been re. : under suspended sentence. . trate Mouse then "aid that he d fine her |50, "What i? the alternative?1' Hiss Dahlgren q itatingly. "Ten days in the Workhouse," the magiatrate replied. The young w? immediately paid, Miss His:,? McCallum, of the Hotel Plaza, was alao arraigned on .? similar charge ai I let off with a $.'.'? tine. ?-_<j? Soldier and Woman Die Bodies Unnoticed for Several Days in Brooklyn Flat I In.mas Layton, of _*tt Ralph Avenue, Brookl .17th Kctfi ni. nt. and Mr?. Margaret Beid? were found dead yesterday in the lat ! i''. Mar on Street, Brook? lyn. Their bodies were found lying on Boor of the .i ning room by Mrs. . ' '? le, aunt of Mn Beidenbach, who had ?*.?? ? ? A number of empty beer bottle! and ? -hell? were on the table and Dr. Sal/man. of St, John's Hospital. uho ??.a? summoned, -a-..I he thou-?ht .? t., ptomaine poison ing or . leaping tval gaa, We said he thought the man and woman had been ?lead about four or live day?. Thon ? ? iter Fayti in had not 1 as it v?a< thought he wai . ?? ith his regiment. 125 Stevedores Employed To Inspect German Ships ' . :?? i ,?!'.? -aged I Collectoi Fort Dudley I eld Malone yesterday "o . men" in ba-h-h - ? ? 273 expert mechanics nnd - ? g I i All ' ere ? ed to bear ? r their toys ? proximately four will b? '?! .?? ? License Rush Slackens 203 Apply and 82 Are Mar ried in Chapel - ? . tiling for men marine corps. I | ???re performed normal number of license? issued daily at this i f tl ear ia about 160 ? | . ."Tit). Senate Passe? Home Rule i . . ' - * Ml Brown's propos? UltlOl i '.??.? \ . : ? ? .-? I- \\ Bg ner. mil idei tad with the I | hi ?I 'he amend ':>r na th.? home J r?;!e ad ? ?red Action to Halt Riverside P^ Is Dismissed No Merit in Suit or fj dence of Fraud, Stn Justice Manning Cropsey Injunction Will Be Vacat, City Officials, Absolved Charges, Prepare to Push Project s ' 1 - . tr? for,.! ' ' I Board tf i ' tracl - ment in ? p'r?* ?*?? ?tart, *-*MSB| - It? mtU. ??** '" ? eowt ui?'' ? - ru -,oi?r.t?v ?' "-porirrlmT ' "?? i. ? 'OfUfma. th.. tr:a? began. He absolred (j, J ' 'r ' ? ? -*. na t, A faith or corruptioi relativt totki po ? d ""ur?' ? ? r- tr?,- . or rrodur? ''?-?.'nee ,.| ???'? et the ieatl ? ?rued ait,. "g ' faith or corrst* ? city *?.\ iggt-j into nl! No \ mlati'in of Law Hf bsrrr m?U??tt tend*. ? th any7? tion of law or of their sworj Z trary, the ptts1' ?M tk?M m all times fe*? - duty and ?n ?????? nurttts of -J municipality." Mayor ! thtra-gia I the Board of ; s<f| .??j but not surprised at the kan, "- "jha the hoi the officials" urtla r ? ... which Hoard ?( Er. mati raci with ti ? -, tot ?? .-. er tes.; -, brouj inbiaaaad our, i ? i.t jurirdi? Justic? - .?ecision ijsh r :inai Mat t the ; ment by th? Bet ? ordeclsrsd,'-..? ever, ihut its members would pror? slow I j .ii. it that i had to cob;' ii:reeinent, IM poral . Tiiiceiiiott aw by the r?,iro.ni company, sll of aid .'.tersest v to Governor >>.???? .- , by tht hit a Terminal < ommittee several wetkitr The committee to tiie Hoard . ? estimate, whits*?.: take up the matter for final set* U !.. ? be held on the contraer, the Mtjrwa: woul : led at that t?* by the I' i mate. It ??*? lonthi before flaute* taken. ? ill? Decision Victor? Corporation Count?, Hardy lut-r on a Mveep 11 for ? 'should ki? ? those srtoa* tht solitttt am most impoi tant problem." luatice Mai ning, in his lie?* point.-,! oui that before tbs ?ask* act of 1911 was passed by th? if ,..,/ W4I "? inched in its lands ?ndiath* joyment of its franchise n|h*ts all efforts on the par- .?f the eity?*-> I? ?l<-<- the railroad were uniu??a?"? ??I? was the ol ? re fors, s?"-' act of 1911." he ?aid, "ta m* atrugg most elabora? ? ?at ***' ibjeet ef th* the matter aa\ putt wer? ? ???Jiujj''3 ? , be a just, tltt? At r.o time, he said, wu usa? attempt to conceal from taa.?P|,"j the tin- situation ??.oncer?."* - ndeai ""'??J The court, said there had be . i to supp? rt tht ch-,-^JrfJ lf . ?IlH 1 ,-mom dared I I *** o"---1*' adding thai ?' wer* _ Girl Sues for $50,000 Assistant Accuses m\*mm\m Breach of Promi* N. . ma of 1 ,-oun-e! ioia vth ??"l was ? ? Tr.?a,?*5 - mat * f*' . msds ? - ? !_ General Verbe'ck R*** Brit 'vliaSyt? r.* v.f'oMiJS s the reg?"" Widow'? Lawyer A?*'1 ; ?? - - m?. ***fl" ' ' ?<2|| ??'SVI Su eel jail.