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Of "Coiners" Foiled by Raid Secret Service Men Arrest Six in West Broadway Plant Seize $190,000 In Spurious Bills Gang Making Federal Re serve $10 Notes Watched for Eight Months ? ? ? i Ihem ? ? inent ? ? ? hn .1 ' ? 11,000,000 oiitpm I'lanned ihe ;.' thi wai . - thi oiighout ate of dollar. Nol gli ? -aid ? ' ? : - ? phpc: appur. ? young let ? :'--- ' ' other ?hat would of the ? . the ; 70 th th fi" ? f 16 Sixth tella ' 119 be ..r raigm d - with I . ? Householders to Get First Chance To Purchase Coal I ..ul ilin.-il Ir. in pag| l ? d, will be tWO fold ! niiiu-- ? ? coal i but to b?M i I iiMinc.s I.. H?,r _-,_,, ?-?nong ? . ?itua ? ' ty to he re itter what hap ' ' igh coal at the ? hle to haul more tha: ?ai ti,,. w),oi. Poel \ i the ' BOe all ed out that ?1 otaad ' . ura and dui - front. i.shili hai been yelling, ll there iB, "> t'uel adm.v mdicate. little cooperatmn leaworh beta Dlciala, on tha one hand ind failread oflleia ng labor problem I. i niiiprt iimn for labor Mr. Sehley aaid thal reaterdai railroad compan tO ur loai! cars at tidewater ? lOfl had been at an agrnt of the Deparl I,i ' i ? ? ?. more ?:' ? ? iaboreri ?i rda-. iprei | manager I thal th# . i ' eoal reci Ipti in Nea ? : made public of late i -. were falae, Mr Sehley aaid he ? . .'. the ' v.ar?.- of giving oir ? enta. He .- to the eil bat that on t dlatril ewater poii I . bj a heat removal of b irr* . ?on? of anthl -r> terminala, Mr. Sehli margini il will proh ? , .. I, rph a iii.:;. Deputy were ? - ? ?' ? rday. . ? - - ? I I ? ? New \ ? , - er thi ? . incree ? ,. . . largelj n pon ble for the coal ihort I rhe B ' and tha* I greal month thar. -??? Whitney Drug Law Unsuccessful, Says Health Official State Bureau Attorney Tells Investigators Addictions Are Increasing Rapidly I a.. :?? pai tmenl of Health Whitney legialative ? omi which he "if the int ? ?" ol to ?upplied ' [a, it ii ? Hii ? ? treated by who ed no drug ict in in lulj n ... . ? inatitul ad made reporta, and I , the treatmenl of ? ? porti "It would seen Bl the n are ool i i ying to cu bul raerelj druga to keei . " He aaggested a law far ? nitigs ex> ndei pi ..1 licenae. "Drug adi 11- drinking ? tid Dr. i rank \ an ? ? ? :uan of tha i-'.i' York Ce nied that doc . ? re 11 pon laking *?d i'-e = ent J'aregori< Called Hrug Ui l erdinand Siegi I. of :"M ,:. Brookl) o, ad' oi i bitior o grafc ? ' Hi di ? that i i . : :mi baby ad opium by ? ra. Dr, < ieorge 11 l ? i] am. of 124 ? ? .... : to I real addicl i man of the ? ! oftheReta D \ ? ..- - ?? i ar t< hardahip to i i doi -or ? .1 woman of i : : mui ? ,- expi rienee, aaki .1 thr- c.> ,,.i\-ice in the eaae of i aboul ? ? ?'? hom ihe I rom drua withdrawal -.1 r the g.r! home end had .., r to a doctor "? ho had pn - ? ?;. r. drug pn ': iptioi -a>?. Hartrnder, \id I raflic . >? ?'. pa d 1 ? : it ?:. In ragatoi her gh r thi ripi ' graina of n i; filled. ..-.,,- of ohta through bertendere, the girl .- aritneaa. I wo iettei -.-. ere r.-nil td the ? one from Ur. Krm--- B ? a baby born with all the ' i drug addiet, tho mother B victim of heroi! He ?.. the baby*i face bi thal i ontlnualh ' ' The other latter was from a priaoner ? ? tantiaf) on Hart' il. complained thal drug u ? i are made te ihovel coal ai ?,- "?i-h gang," and are -? ... . ? than burglara, kymen or men aenteneed '"r al asaault." Al tbe elaae of the hearing .lustice , ? eh Keraoehan, who preaidei In ? . Prabation Court, appeared before the committee and Baked 'or the name officor who wai ae cuhed oi waylaying an addic* in tbe City Hail and hav.r.g him beaten by n detec ? Prabatlea Olficcr \aaailed Senator Whitney la;d the COmi ventigating the matter. I>r. Blum . at a .-. aaid he i on -1 ? ol tient1 ..me. Harold v .? ? . said i Dr. Blnn - aid. I want *o get <o the hot'orn ot Juatiei Keraoehan. "if 1 he itery ii true -ome probationi officer ia going to lo?e hil |ob. a Matthews Fund Planned Calamhia -'.i.ir! '- lia^e deriii raiae a fund for loan* to needv Itu ia the Bcheel of Journaltum a? h memonal to the late Prafoaaet Kranklin MatthaWB, of tfaat -. I ? l Matthewa wa* an orphan when he anterad ' ornel! and werfcod hii ''-.rough that un;ver?,i v. x-id the loan f ?i.tents || rceaide.i i ,? It ii planned te rai?.- i BB among hia friende. Stielow Jury Ignores King's Confession Prisoner Insists He Is the Slayer, but Body Refuses to Indict Him Session Closes With "Nothing to Report' Seven Men Out of Twenty one Said to Have Declared for Indictment ? 1:1.1 HESTER, Dee. 81. Al Albien i irlean? ' i : raordinary ., to report." In ? ? K:ng aad of 'he bow evideaea which .- COBCluaive i. .rrr.re and n mitted tiie bow irdera at Weat Shi b ?l. 1916, King -.'Ihe v !,.... i.i.'l 8 nto o] , Governoi Whil ma n'a , H. Hond ? ml <"harlea F Waite, needed twelve rotea, Aecerd .!.>- ?,, ?':..- aeeepted reraioa of how even Jarora The f.mrt.-. n pthera were "aoW They I goni and jury room b? - h the real of (Irleana Coun ? ,.v and I Ireen a ere gnilty, and any argumenti to the eonti poppycock. So bi I i ng end \ illage ston-*. CoafceatOfl True. Sa>a King ,- i: . ? ??;-. Er nurged nir.-na-.l the New \,.rK ? , i pondeni : bat he had tol ? : ?? truth 44 h?n he aa ore to Stii ence aad bia , ;ilt. I ? . to p n cantal .,i. "Whal l -.,.,i a a - right," be avewed. gC ii 4vord." \\, re King to th an new prusi , ,.-no n going nte ? enrl ?>' a with their caae n ita . ?? ;akr:i no poial after an othei v...- corroborated as admiaaiom were wrang from the horse tra.lei. , lose to ?'. hundred i ippoi - ing sfl .lav::-' have been t..N. l'..- Kini; i:i,-< no. more atomach for KBoa i tii.' alrength of the againai him, a- \..'i! aa >i.> tboae ttie K'an.l jurv, ...- ? t.. : mmediately proaecul - inc ii. K.:.x:'s nanner a-- iie talked io the Tribune mai I it waa the flret tiaac m more than a year that ha bad beea permitted te tail ef the murdera with any one exeepl Mr. Bond, Mr. Waite and the grand jury gava evl o more Aghl in hun. Sa4S He Sa? Shooling ? , "nct tiiat there has b^en no Brful il.fluence.s , bi ted tliem :,, anateh hun bar'.. after he had k into the noose, had given nini no .-?...?'' 11 - oice was a i. . ->.-. munnur as i.e . he twe all the '??.ri e pondi d '.. a-k. "I':,! ; OU ting Of < iia'.'les .-..nl Msrgaret Wol.-o"'." waa ii "Yeaj 1 ,.,!." aid K,ng, aftr-r iust a "Wa rharli ita there or Xel? . ;, -.'? Aa I re put te him iwered Kn;-.- un- .truscgling into hia ruati ovi reoal. 11 had peat thr ;?-, open window ir Mr. B the Powera ? me, "Cap" i ,,,,,.. I 11 001 \uburn who for weeka haa held him in heing I Bt Lil i!r Valley, 44a-, at '.. Ic Mr. W'ail ? also wa pn Mr, Hond had atreaked through Rochi ater, bound for *? 1??=?- own law offi<-<> racuae, when he waa formerly V- ? . ? :n de afti-r noon, His laal bord te K ng I ad been .-. caul il diacuaaiag the King Facee Perjaiy eharge King had given hia promiae. < uri I a "man of his word" in Dtnc waya. He would not talk even . itii Mr. Waite for aome time. 1 n - - a .oaxed King out of his si!, , . il us that one aboul the time you awopped the wiad-broken mare with tufled up her nose." King chuckled reminiscently and waa i.'T He weal from one story into another, Preaenl 4r. Waite inter "Sa . Bt ' ' *e true thflt :,i to Mr, Bond and me and the grand jury. wasn*t il '?'" "I air.'t a-goin" te rhange it any," . d King with an a'tempt at a smile. " I'm sun- cf that." the Deputy Attor :,, ral told him. "!'.?.?. I a-ked if ' aaid k.i i ? -rue." Ten mlautea later he 4vas ? WBy bacl te Litl .- Valley, ui.ere he haa been '.??!? 1 eoaftBeaaeal l here he will re main while Covoraoi Whitasaa is <ie eiding on the BCXt move in this ? remarkable ef murder caBOB. There is a eharge ef perjury hanginir over him. and that will s.jtfir,- :,. keep him in jai! iti th?> meantimr. The apecial proaecuton probabl; not make ti.t-.r n-por' to the Covernor before the end ef -.- I week. Hoth are firmly eoav need I - ?' of iuatiee will he aerved by l.eepmg Stielow Ioiir, r in Attbum, 44 here he waa sent. BBtOBCe finally rommuted to life impriaonmenl ai't.i (Ive narrow eaeapea ? tric chair. Oai .rtant bit of evidence 44ln.i1 thr Orleaaa * inntj grand .iury r.^il beyond r'-a ronab',- doubt, ',. the niir.ds of Mr. Bond and Mr. Waite, the phyaieal lm possibility of the ;>.,.nf that was the ? s "ronfes sion." In this statement, which 4vas introdaeed unaigned at the trial, ,-. ap peared that Stielow i,ad .-aid ta bia m terrogator-, that Miaa Wolrott 4aas out lide the hoaoc and runmng Tur help wrien Creen BOBl a bullet crashing after her through the glass of the rlosed kitchen door. In his rjr\a <-nnfea.a:on. ia which he ngain acrtised O'Ceanell now a pr-a ?? Auhur.i fot BBOthor rrime of de Bg tiie shoot-ng. King says that the ijoor \aas opi ?> BBd the houtekeeper ^till on the kitchen flm.: whea thr lm! lal 4?hich killed her **as fired. // Will Happen in the Best of Regulated FamiHes Hv BRIGGS ff (,00ft LVJCV- Th^,T T-.r crJL.Y,GGLF PALL ,V? GOT Lr.F-r r-' / ". ? fma,t I OZSN TOU jaVNye ... (.ijT^CHB.STMA I i *M'r T-tir. Golr SOMI .I6MS ?, ? ? ? ' v ' t th.3 w?yf#JB5* Goot> orjr.f jo i M.f.O. ^ I* w^ rir If" i \ 7r-ie"nj i NJr-t.D ?* IMCvJ Gol_r CA?* ( r'i J f\ *M i?J " ' M"EW UE*) US ' Jocr I K-ocvaj V?*J weatc "jo r:v*z.Y #, ,WfP fSOLl TH'^JgW I GoT VbU lHt6_ r/V 'j j AJFTC.R (flDMC iprom rn( Game Christmas mornimg '^f?'*c%h One More Patient Dies in Heatless Insane Asylum 30 Inmates of Institution Near Newark Frostbitten in Last Frigid Spell | Stafl < 'orreepondenct I . Bj \!:k. S. .1.. Dec. 21. Whi ? grand iea Caunty Hoipi-.al for 'be Inaane at Orerbrook . ,.? ing the laeh oi in tha iaatitution, another patienl died. Thia made the third death in ? ? four beura and twenty-aevefl io 'ar thia month. Dr. Cuy Payue, mi luperintendent, i o ild nol aaj many, if any, af thOM deathl to the facl thal tha beepital, - l i.-.mi patienta, hai been pr.i<; without heai during ihe laat cold apell becau.-ie of a delay ln inatalliag bob boiler--. "Many of ;!ie dead patienti, ' "were peraoni of low ritality. Such peraoni need a warm. eomfoi . of the?e . arould have lived if tbeii rooma had been heated 1. of . - ..n." The grand juron wore I ai they toured the ho . ng | . p] gh! ol ?.tienl i. One juror turned up the eollar i (?},,.. ,-. , omc warda which had il al all, in I ??"" ward which had ? re them. Kaulty rluea in the i two wardi made Btientl prefer the chill to the coal gaa that Blled the room: a hen the arerc Brad earlier in the ln othei a . burn ing briakly enough, bul laadequate to oama. I>r. Payae hopei for relief by J Workmen on nighl aad daj shift* are trying to in?tail one of tha I.. a be li t bj thal I were fraatbitten ii the iu-1 cold pell. Tweaty-aeeeB pa ? , - ? !.-..? ,? died thui tar thii month. Kighl died during tha entire month la?t year and fourteen tha year bc The vi-.un of what migfal pen if aay moi ither eomei along bi foi ?? ' - ?? now boiler I - talled eau i d Dr. Payne yeaterdi mi.il noticei to relativea of hoapital patienta fraakl tell ing them of pital eoadit ? The reaull wai that to-day twi hVe patieati were removed. ah day long relatirei Recked to th.- hoap '.. Some eame in cloaed limouainea te take away "their patieat." Ol ? either a plac?- at home for a patient nor tha money to .'end them to a private ho4pital, bro.:,- ? bedd.i g ai tric heat' r I, BtC re throoi i. ? I . ' to aave -'.r. Io . ? 1 | attendii'i*. told I ing thal hoapital ?????-.? Priday for ? - alwayi br.:.;r-i . omething foi "her t l ? him. Sometim Her husband became aflicted -? -nteen - ..go. t-\o :.i'iin aftei I : :ag.-. She waa niaataen when married. ITel ta-day her Imir i Gives Eugenic Institute The Eagen ?? Record titul Cold Spring Harbor, I.. I.. eatabliahed in 1910 . ta the Carnegie n by Mra. K. II. Harrimai Anneuncei wai made -. day. : be the fno?t complete place 'ii the World The entire InititUt ? .' :' iand - -everul i .' ... BJce building ? - rhe gift -uid thal Mr-. Harr.man ha* l li?hed mi endowmenl faad wru yield 112,000 aanaallv to n?ur eaatiaaaase of tl ? -? al and bie logical e\perirnent4 tha' have been con ducted at tBO inat it ut. ? Writer's Widow Wins \lr?. Ann lagll ) R\ron Oaaiey, e?:ahlnh?d her rig the Appellate DiviaiOO yeaterda-. I areoun'mg af the BfWBta ef tl ? "Caeating I heati ??." ia tha which, ahe alleged. her lati eollaborated ?ith M?\ Marcin, th. author of the i>la\. whe I *aui nppropnatcd it as his own. . Boy Slayer Escapes Chair; Is Guilty of Manslaughter "'Timim " Moynihan's Life Hung in Balance During Seven I lour Debate by Jury; Youth Deftant at Yerdict "Timmj" afoynihaa, aixteefl years i n trial lor the murder of Henry il ,, - cteen, was found guilty Igfater in the first rhe jury returaed the rerdiet ..?, |o -. i ? Bighl Bitei ? ? The lad, ul. ? ihol down hia playmate ?rmath of a quanel over n baaaball game, amiled in aatiafaetioa ? . iMirtroom for the Tomba. apparently perfeetly ealm while : watehed the j bi i- aeata he taraad and te Louis Jacob?, o guard: ? Look al tho ?? | they have i JuBtice Goff will pionounce aentence ,,n DeC - Al one t ituf dui ing ing Timmy'a life hung the votea of three men. . ther un ? were for a rerdiet of ? murder. On the ballol be . il one, the rote waa twe for aad ten for man \ tricl Atterney lalley Oil Man Indicted In $40,000 Swindle J. McV. Richmond Accused of Fraud in Scheme to Reclaim Gasolene ? ef 'he cie-.ercst awindlea ever ; by eoafldeaea men in this to light yesterday with the indictmeat ef John McVickar rtirh rnond, of the Oil and Waste Prodneta Compsny, 1 West Thirty-fourth Street, th ohtaining $40,000 under from Je ise F. Wilson, ? ,c'r.c and coal dealer, of 1 Broada aj. The aeheme eoaaiated of making Wil believe tl.at there waa a rich eap B< -! wke 4-.as williag to ? BBtroIliag interest in ?(ul Reelanaation I em whieh had a Fecret. proee;-. :' r t'r(.m the dram lt ia charged that waa told it would be Beeessary ? the I re eommisBioaer ef Bos? ? ? .- bnaiaesa was to tl ? ordlaanci tati -I .-. dummy ., baaker, o Alexander IBted hotel tment, wa - ? elothoa aad aent . BoetOB OB on,- of *he New Kavei while Kichmond Beeeroft, the "Ib Wil on to ' At thi ???-.; Wilson waa in - | -. al Bank, Boston, Thea. t ia al i ? ; Beeeroft got him ? order of bieh 4aa- to go rommiaaiOBer." '7.500 P.irhmond in his aumming up demanded tha boy be eonvicted of Brat degree mur? der. H ? pietnred the qnarrel whieh grew oul ef the ba<<;.ail gamc bety/een Moynihan'a teaa aad the St. Cecelias, to va. hicn young Ayrea belonged, when takehol Icr abseonded ?ith the |i.30 and th hall, for which the game was baiag played, :le 'aid Bpeeia] atra oi con fe.?. ioi, aigoed by MoynihaB when de teetivea captared hirn a few hour-< a;tr>r \ ? - droppod dead ia froat, of Star Theatre on June II, with a bullet ia his heart, "Think o," thi meaaee of thia fendant to othei-," hc v.arned the jury. "Vou hav.. a light to think of tbe pen alti'-.i the la t exacts. Abide b> the i"nc'.4 ifl the ca?e. Hia BWfl WOrde, in ihe confeesion made rtght after the ?, make it ili-ar that he thought. a great d.-al a'oout 't and had waited for 'he ehaaee to eommit the murder." Jaatiee Oo-T. in eharging the juiy. told them to return a Aral degree 'cr dict if they found nnd, r the law that Moynihaa had eommitted the murder after premeditatlon. He emphssized the fact that the JTOUth of the boy must r.ot be eonaidered, and Beeeroft, il ia alleged, divided the money. lt is .aid S.'.'iO weat te Me PhersOB. I\vo witaeSSOa, it [a charged, -an 'hiTii <ii4iding thr money. BCC rroft ro!d the grand jury that instead af having a srhcmc for aeperating ga olene from 4\aste oil. Richmond's com? pany iiad fai its ehief oeeupafion aepe? rating Wilaoil from his mon. When Wilson realir.ed that he had been duped he was told that he ha.l been B logal ai'jomplice m tiie briberv traasactioa, and it was not until re eently when WilsOB went through the bankruptcy i-ourts that the faetfl about the awiadle came out. Beeeroft told Dlatrict Attorney Swann that he haSJ B eollector for the National High Proteetive Soeiety ef 1 Weat Thuty-fourth Street, of B i.ich Colonel Edward S, Coraell is aeeretary and manager. He said he obtaim-d a 83 1-3 per cent eommiaaioB on all BBl which he obtaiaod for the -,.. Richmond waa arraigaed - ?? terday before .'u.ljc- Crain in General Sa aions ar.d wai held ifl 180,000 bai!. Xmas Fete for Blind Pupils New York Institute Holds An? nual Celebration Two hundred ehildrOfl ef thi Vork Institute for tke Hducation of the B'.ind turned their aightless eyea tov.ard h ahifling Christaaaa tree yi terday aftemoon aa they *nng aad re cited the.r way through the programme of their annual < hristma^ entel meal at the aehool, Sinth Avenui Thirty-fourth Street Their | the motiiers and relativea 4vho had come ?o ,ike thrrn BWBy for tha Christmas hoiida-. I A aale of I ma-. gffta aaade i i the ehildrea foi lowed the eaterteinment, Ifl BB ir.formai report to the p:> i;.j44ard M, Van ' leve, prineipal of the sei-ool, aaid that the children of the Ita nr- ".rning all their BBebd ing money ar.d spare time te war 4vork for th<- < nildreaa Army of Relief, of wkich thej are members. The rhi! dn-n are now worning to rai-i a fund for tke five hundred Halifax victima who 4ver>- blinded in the disaster. Market Quotations lor the Housewife Milady of thr house will find it vcry much worth bei while to turn to Page 0 of to-day's Tribune and read the Market Quotation" column conducted hy Anne Lewis Piercc. It will help you immensely in doinjr yout bujrtag foi th' holiday dinner table. iXhc grtbunr Legislature to Get A Record Budget Of $98,114,686 Whitman and Appropria tion Committee Trying to Reduce It to $84,000,000 [Special Corrotpot dnict] AI BANV, Dec. -1. Figurea made public to-night by State I'or.troller Travia ?how that Gevernor Whitman and tiie Logialatare will have a diffirult problem thia winter keeping appropria tions for the oession much below the $'.40,000,000 mark. Kstimated raveaaoa for the :>cal year C<1'.? are given by the Controller .'.525.188.77. There will be a direct '.ax of at leaat $13,017,805 for 'he itatc high way and car.al sinking fund pay nier.H, and probabiy a direct tax of 15,000,000 or $3,000,000 in addition. (lovernor Whitman's budge: commit? tee and the legislative budget commi' sion hope to be able to siice the re riuestcd appropriations of $98.114.t)84>. tha large^t in the history of the state, tO under 381,000,000. Thia amount will be increased by the passage of an emergency appropriation bill of from '-.000 to $5,000,000 to make up de neieneiea ia appropriations for food fuel and clothing fo>- state institutions iue to the increased con of these com moditie?. Cnforetfeen expenditures probabiy will hnng the tota! up to nearly $00,000,000. ( ontroller'a Kstimates aPpropriatloni la^t year totailod 178,742334, including such cmergemy appropriaUona ai 12^00,000 for the Rockaway fortincations; 82.500.000 for the National (iuard, state defence coun cil and food supply commission; $1. 100,000 to pay for judgments against the state, and about $850,000 to pay back bills for state printing. Tht- State Controller astimatei the 3 -nt net income ta.\ on manufactur ing nnd mercantile corporations will glve the state $15,000,000 next ear. The state gets two-thirds of the'tax, tha reet gofng to the localities, so this moaai the tota! tax on the<e corpora? tions is expected to be $22,500,000 of tha budget raqaeata, IS2,lt7,183 ia fnr admimstration, maintenance and operatiag exneaece. Nearly $28,000,000 ii requeated for lupport of the ,-ommon v,-!.oo',s nnd itate lughwuy aid work. Uutlari for new buildings, construction and the porehaec of land ar.d improve take up $17,942.57'.' of the re and it ia on theae it..m* thut Gevernor Whitman is expected to put his teat: Is it necessary in riew of tho ' ??.-.:.' Increaaea in Rrqucsta . i< ? ihow inefeaaea i 938,608, or ?i8 per cent, for food; $lj 421,008, or 100 per cent, for fuel, light. power arul -vi,ter. and 11,720,900, or 136 pi-r eent, for equiacacnt. The amouatl requested by the vari diviaioaa af government follow: itive, 1118,049.21; adminiatrative, gialative, $1,582,709.90; ,. 12,648,118.11; regalative, *?', 252,782.84; edueational, 112,861,904.70; M ? 19.00; defenaira $4,011,250.33; penal, $4,075,890.74; cura 123.122,118.75; eharitable, I l 741.02; protective, 84,128,2184] ? eon ?truetire, $8,087477; general, 11,052, y00; eanal fund maintenance nnd re pairv II^01,030.40, and contributiona to the .- nkiiig fund. $13,017,805.51. I What Is Going on To-Day i ?'?<???- . ? ? > v .-.ii Muaaum ef Xaiara tttint r. >'.-.- ' A ?. Xrm \,,,? . i ? .- . . ... v .? |ai I ? A . || ' : ? .- an !t> . -. .?? ' lha VaUiM.aJ U?f \v.?i;i > I r. :.tral I'aUi Rnm | i \.. - , u Waa Ntn>. fi- ?rv . , ? ? of \a? Vor'.. n.iif. BUtaaera a . :??! I *r . ' ? .. V. .. 1 | ,v \~l, ' V 11. * P U a, ? ? at r 1 . I ? M I'- a KaiJ K ? ? <?.?? II.> ? - . ? . . . ? ? ' -.r? \..ra I r. .. ??** < ? ? . Laa liaa, I 1?-amiiri ii i.lfanan nt i> 'wifrrrlrif ot ih? fni !,..-,.? .if l.a? !<ji?. jmai wouM,, |., >fL BUaa f \?* \ ... aaahUiitik. s.juara Bu'utlni itfl.ir.4 ?' Fusion Faces New Charge In Inquiry Swann's Aid Sayg Mitchaj Men Hoped for Allied Disaster $350,000 Raised At First Luncneou Witnesses Give Detaili of the Meetings of Financierg .?/? heanae raad inaath. f the t* ra ia cham i addreacBfl a group of ne> paper rtera witb tke *?? fiectioa ak Mltehet'a mar..i$r,-r allowed their abibmbi to dwell oa tl thsta rreat miiitary di?;. -.. rt at snv moment, would br ?% v-ctarj w their candidate. Then he proceededte add the simster infl.-ct.on. ai follao, "I aa ! of th.s Mtouaahi si'uation h>- a man who vaj promiaea ?n the '?' ? it ! ?m nat w to divulge hii rarr.e. The anu ? cribed it on. , ? raailv ktt, in/erred that some of the manaferavtn actoally pra;. | - ttbiBge|aJ| k.nd. He ?a,d it nppeared ta k Fuaion'a only salvation, and they ??. tainly were hopir.:. rr,ma." When this 4vas r^pi-u* 1 te Diitna A"orney Swann he >aid: "I wooJahl believe that of n. aesay," "Hlllion Dollar" Luncheoae Details of the "bill-.on dollar" lnstk eona that 4vere held in the Wail Street ui.itrict to raise monc- :'or the Marer", re?-U-ct:on after he w?i d'feated at tbe primary w.;re given to Mr. Knroe mi Mr. Black yesterday by Sam Lewiiaki, treasurer, and by Thomas L. Cbai. bourr.". former corporation alwyer, vbe contributed 125,000 h mself. The firat luncheon .vas given at the bownten Aasociatioo, ia Piai -".r..-t, by Clm land H. Dodge. and tnoae preMit ngreed to underwr.t,' the Mayor'i can paign. Accordini; to Mr. I'hadbosrae, the following were among those prti er.t: Ueorge W. Perkins, .';?.-orgc_F_. Baker. Judge Klbcrt H. Cary, ot the Steel Irust; Jacob H. Schilf, Otto II Kaa?. a Mr. Palmer, of tl Kew J et sey hit Company; Ogd , -. ibert lioelet. John H. I'atterson, of the National Caaa Register Company; jtuyvcaaat Haa, Emory R. Buckn Vayet'i taav pa.jrn manager. a.-..i .Mr. Lew:,ohn. Another luncha-on ai givca at the Mid-Day Club by Mr. Dooge. Acsert ing to Mr. Lcwiaohn, i'ercj li: 11. oftte American 1'obacco Company; Aues* Heckscher and Samuel i olt, of Preri dence. R, I., head ol e nited Statoi Kubbi-r Company, were 'here, in aecY tion to those 4vho aitended the otbtr luncheon. At the firat one about ItM. OOQ --as raised, and at th? "econd abait flofiW). "Public Spirited" Men souiht Mr. Chadbourm i did eat know Mi. Patteraon, of the Naueasi ("aah Register Company. but he kaev he did not live in New Vork. He tell Mr. Kilroe tha: Mr i itteraoa said br 4vaa onlv interested in good gontt ment. M r. Lewiaohn raid the luntbeee idea was not Mr. Dodge's al one, eai that it was "in purauancc ef the i4e? of getting together pub' ipiriUdaB" tena to get into the campaigfl aad t? get them te contnbu-. "Why did you | ?a paalk apinted men.'" Mr. K Iroa .4ked. "We appealed to their public aairi '<) become intercrt, i what ae ?hought waa a campaign very v-.tal te the interests of i ?BaaSa ?(. Lew iaohn. "As a matter of fact, waaal it w cause of their finencial stanJinr. rataer than becauae of their publii aptnttaat they wdre Ini ItedT" "lt 44ns both." . No men from the lower walki et life, although they may nave been ask lic apii invited, 4*ere ther "1 i;, what you meaa h ?lo4?er walka of life.' I>o you neae e. Baaelal abilitj, "" ' Y.-s." "No, are were ?? .Wu ?'You were after fuadl mor* ?^ pub i< ? real yoaf w "We were after both," declared si ohn. Ilenies Talk of DawaflBBf Mr. Lewiaohn couldn't remember atj :.r t conceived the idea of hoidinsiw luncheon-.. Mr. K "l"- M*j aohn point-blank whether at f't th? a arfair t*'1' ~Z a great militei f,r : States w. "eQmiZ or.'..-.? to arouae I "'?"'. 5 Mayor'i patriotic issue. He ****? that the patriotic '''Vajj but no mention vt sde ? preeoai a , fcr Mr. Li - ' ';... hia counv', !-.d..r Kr !" ?? wa.i fauit>. but Mr. K " r"s to pr.- t him for " ? e?a? v..'! probabiv be c ':il-r'u*T^ haa proraia. 1 to rettw his m r' -^ Mr. Chadbourne said on his owa iS"j rcqucsted \ Nfil it of the Internationel >"?**" Company and vice-pre?ident of^?. r.emington Arms Compa ? te coam i'te. The latter i'a4.- tii.000. "^ Monell, he , ? i ""'r "' m the Uaited States Aviation C?r* H d hc never heai 1 - ' '"?-"JLX nner given laat Ma) at ?s,h,rr'\ ?; Mavor Mitchel .m fTU*TL ed, alao, that he ^"?wcrTT; w illiam M -v!>?bbj?. .-.. II. Reynoldi mi Mr. K.lroe has arrar.ged to *??? (hai , . Stcckler. managar of,,B'i-?. racy, to-day. He will alio ??? tion Arthur Jame*. of the Metro r_ Ci mpany, who, it is said, got tttote $30,000 to promote tho Mayori ?? p:i-.j;n on the screens Wanta Tax Law Revia4BJ :, h-. effort to elear up all ?^JJS , ir.g matters connectcd 441U1 tne r jjj cit4 admini>tration. it waa ?f^JTgl r'a oifce yc^ttre^ywaavj Idepartmenta. hoards aad ???? fg' 'had been requcated to 4orripi???'i J#| aa prarticable. all :..vest.aaW?,2 -\perimenta now under *?*? > , %o> renort made to the Mayor 1*%U?.L A .that of the Adv.sory J om""*"" j Administration of the Tax ???*?