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THE SUN, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1913.
v7 PROVISIONS OF PUJO MONEY TRUST BILLS Amend Hanking Laws ami Curb Stock Kxcluuiffps Through jko of Mails. Vl'T CHUCK OX MRECTOKS Measures Also Hejrulate Loans mid Interlockiiij: Method of Control. More New Dealers Who Sell Nunnally's In one week all the well-known druggists, grocers and other stores in this city and vicinity listed be low have become distributors of Nunnally's match less chocolates and uncoated sweets. These are in addition to the 200 and more previously announced. Nunnally's candies, fresh daily from our new New York manufactory, are taking precedence in the favor of candy lovers hereabouts, just as they have been favorites in the South and West for thirty years. Famous Candies S You will find the many delicious varieties, pure and good and fresh, at these new dealers' and at the aoo and more listed some days ago. Arcade Candy Shop, 1949 Broadway, N. Y. Alex. Hudnut Phcy., 1020 3rd Ave., N. Y. F. Gold, 470 4th Ave., N. Y. Knickerbocker Phcy., 38th St. and Broadway, N. Y. J. Gibian, 42d St. and 8th Ave.. N. Y. J. S. Goldwag, 1981 Amsterdam Ave., N. Y. Nauheim Phcy., 750 Lexington Ave., N. Y. Riker, Hegeman Co., Broadway and Bleecker St., N. Y. N. Brodkin, 73 Stuyvesant Ave., Brooklyn A. W. Cole. 140 Pennsylvania Ave., Brooklyn Crawford Phcy.. 1726 Fulton St., Brooklyn S. E. Dorn, 644 Gates Ave., Brooklyn J. B. Pask. 495 Madison St.. Brooklyn The Reid Phcy., 325 Retd Ave., Brooklyn E. J. Sormani, 351 Central Ave., Brooklyn E. F. Wagner, 388 Hamburg Ave., Brooklyn N. Weiss. 306 Fulton St., Jamaica, L. I. Ostrom Phcy., 274 South St., Jnrrlnica, L. I. A. Robinson, 1201 Jamaica Ave., Woodhaven, L. I. Derna Candv Co., 337 Main St., East Orange, N. J. E. H. Russell, fi N. Warren St., Trenton. N. J. THE NUNNALLY COMPANY 154 W. 14th Street, New York W.xsimmiton, Feb. 1!S. of the two Im portant bill proposed by the I'lllo com mittee one provides for an amendment to tin- national kinking laws und the other Keeks "to prevent the tine of the malls and of the telegraph and telephone In furtherance of fraudulent and harm ful transactions on stock c.ehunges." The banking bill contains nineteen sections and many sub-Bccllons. The following are Its general provisions: No nutlonal bank may be a member of any clearing house association un less the association Is Incorporated under the laws of "the State or Territory In which the bank Is located or under the laws of an adjoining State or Ter ritory." Membership In such an asso ciation Is limited to Incorporated banks and trust companies, and any solvent bank or trust company within the pre scribed territory of the association must be admitted to membership providing It has a capital stock not less than that required for a national bank In the Mrao locality. Kxpulslon of members must have the approval of the State or Territorial superintendent of banks, or In case of a national bank the. Comptroller of the Currency, and de cisions on the solvency of applicants are eubject to review by the same officials. Mny Issue Ccrtlfleiiten. Such associations are authorized to Jssue certificates on the security of members' assets to be used solely among members to pay debit balances at the clearing house of the association. Kach member shares In the liability for defaulted obligations on these cer tificates in the proportion that Its cap ital, surplus and undivided profits bears to the aggregate capital, surplus and undivided profits of all remaining mem bers. Clearing house associations are pro hibited from restricting or regulating competition among their members In connection with any business conducted by the members under the "provisions of their clusters, or from Interfering In nny way with the fees or commissions to be charged by or paid to members for collections made from -Institutions or from person outside the nssoelalon or to fix rates of In terest or discount chargeable or pay able to members on loans or discounts to or for customers or others. The associations ore also forbidden to make rules or to entr Into under standings concerning the rates of In terest to be allowed by members on de posits and th - rate of exchange. I'rtiililei. for Ksniiiliintlnn, i:nmInutlotis of national banks mut h mad'- through the Comptroller of the Currency and spctlal ex minatioiis re quested by the t tearing house associa tions must be paid for by them, it Is proxldul In this connection that the faMs gathered by the Comptrolbr through such examinations with respect to the name- of borrowers, the amounts owed by them and the collateral for such loans "shall be retained In th- cus tody of the Comptroller and shall not be divulged to the members thereof. nthT than to the number dlrectlj nf fctd thereby." Hut the Comptroller Is authorized "In his discretion" to pro tect the association ngaln.'t the impend ing failure of a member by laying his findings before certain ofllclals of the association entrusted with the pow r to receive such particulars. There Is to be nb-olute publicity con cerning all other details of the business of the national banks, the hill providing that all data except that concerning the names of borrowers, the amounts owing by them and the collateral for the loan "shall be (it all times available to the association and to all members and to every stockholder and depositor In such national banks and to all others who In the Judgment of the Comp troller shall request the same for proper purposes." Permit Collection Xurlirlcs. National banks, while forbidden to en ter Into arrangements or agreements with any association which violates the provisions of the ait, are allowed to Join with other banks and trust companies . atons and prohibitions satisfactory to In establishing colli etlon agencies, pro- tm. ostmaster-Genernl safeguarding With the Inimitable Nunnally Flavor and r rehne A WAGNER DRAMA SPLENDIDLY SUNG Jacques 1'rlus Appears for the Scoiul Time ns the Knight Tristan. HIS SINGlNd PLEASES Mine. Fremstnd Is Heard Onco .More in Her Great Hole Isolde. file an affidavit declaring that he Is the owner of record of so many shares, of stock, has been the owner of It for ninety days, does not hold It In trut nor for the benefit of any person other than appears on the face of the certifi cate of stock, that no person or corpora tion other than as appears upon the toe of the certificate has any beneficial interest In any of the shares or In the proceeds thereof and that he has not been paid or offered any teward to cast his vote. Section 14.1 Is amended to provide that the affairs of a national bank shall lie managed by not less than five nor more than thirteen directors to hold office for one ear. An amend ment to section 5H provide that such directors must be citizens and that at least three-fourths of the directors; must have live 1 In the State. Territory or district where the bank Is located for at least one year Immediately pre ceding their election and must reside there during their term of office. Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde" was repeated at the Metropolitan Opera House last evening. The attitude of the Btibllc townrd this work Is most encouraging. When It was first per formed in this city n newspaper an nounced that It was the end of "the Wagner craze." And Indeed there was a long period In which otdy the most devoted adherents of the great master would yield themselves to the magic sell of this marvellous creation. Others confessed their devotion to the early works and some were willing to accept with composure later ones, but they halted In-fore "Trlstun und Isolde." Now the music drama is actually more popular here than "Die Melsler. slnger." Nor can we say, as once was said of the vogue of "Carmen," that It Is due to the genius of one woman. When Mme. (.udskl sings Isolde the house Is full. Just as It wuh last evening when she was at home and Mme. Frem stnd was the Impersonator of the Irish princess. No, the work had Its day of victory in this town when Nordlca nnd I.ebmann sang laoMc and Jean de lteszke made of Tristan the revelation of a new gospel of Vocal declamation. It would not be going too far to say that the great Polish tenor revolution ized what was called Wagner singing, Ills method of delivering the song speech of the music drama was within Its lim its a creation. At first It was bitterly opposed In (lermany, on the ground that It was lacking In Teutonic virility, that It was French, that It was too sweet. Hut ever one has the seed now. All the (erman tenors are trying really to sing 1 7YIluii. not to declaim the part. When Jacques. l'rlus broke down In the role on the occasion of his debut here It was clear thnt he was one of the dsclples of De lteszke. Iist night he was heard again In the opera and It was more convincingly shown that It was his ambition to give full musical beauty to the sensuous phrases of the melody al lotted to the tenor up to the time of the scene of delirium. Mr. l'rlus has not 11 very sensuous voice, nor has he a enn- ,..,... i..r..,t fir, vf Vilu 7'rjf.iii hull Heport of Hir Mobilization of a definite musical nnd therefore dra- VENEZUELAN REVOLT IS HATCHING HERE (Sen. Hernandez. "El Modio li! Hivalrv With Castro. is MOTH OPPOSED TO GOMEZ Hernando. Followers Is Not Denied. I'lans for a revolution in Venezuela, tnatlc value. In all that he did last night there was an Intelligent purpose, nnd h s Im personation was marked by many Inter esting and significant details of action und vocal accent. It was a genuinely which unless signs fall will develop ' Kood Tristan, and proved that no error soon, are now being hatched in New was made In securing his services for York, according to rumors whleVi were 1 the .Metropolitan. partially corroborated yesterday. The! Carl Hraun. the basso, sang King efforts of President Comes to force tin- Mnrlr for the second time, and again lawfully his own reelection are to 1m- showed his large qualities. He had not opposed by Cen. Castro, who Is now a good opening In the role, as he sang cent of the outstanding capital stock m t una. ami i.en Jose .Manuel llernan- it on the evening of Mr Hraun s first of the bank of which they are dlree- dez. who has b.-n hibernating at the . appearance, but last night he was ad- tors, or at least ten shales oi stis'K empire notei. ,u nrnimiav and Slxt.x - I nilrable The other members of th where the canltal of tne bank does not pilrd street. The fact that Castro and rust were old friends. It Is alxvaxs hard exceed flOO.Oiil). . Hernandez hae be,.)i enemies more ! to resist the temptation to praise once me imii looiiws in-- inuimiiv .....ii L-u .,,!. iiMiiim.nes mailers sihi I more the superb l.iulcir or .Mine r rem In the report regulating the actixities runner . i ,.., ,,m wnv KiM re,inc,l gd? Mr. of directors In connection with loans (!rn. Hernandez, as ears old, 'exclt-! (jrtz sang A" iirivnnl last evening. He and in regard to the tntcriocuim, ss-.nile and with the lingers of his right i has not sang It recently, and he did It tern. i nana snot away by revolutionary bill-i . .nil Mr r.,srunini romlorted The national banks ate forbidden to ,.ttl (which earned him the title of HI ' . have part in tne promotion. Hu.ti.tiu Mot ho, 'the maimed" i, was "not In" or sale of the securities or any corpo- h(,n r.,,ort,,,. ,..,11,.,, llt nl!1 .,,, V(1. ration except In the case of the dlspo- t tcrday. The (lencral sent down word that nny Information which he had must come through Or Nlcanor Unlet of .", Pine street, who is his closest friend and who speaks Knglwli much belter than he. Dr. Holet was formerlv set- Directum M11M linn Murk, Directors must also have owned for three months preceding election and during tenure of offlre at least 1 per sltlon by the bunk of securities acquired us security for loans made by It "or to which It may have n.-rlxed title in the current conduct of its business of loaning money on collateral." Shares of stock In national banks m,i) not be held by other banking In-I stltutlons or In trust for them. ! The act Is to go into effect six j months after it becomes a law. Viola- I lion of Its provisions Is made a nils-. demeanor, and the penalty attached Is a tine not to exceed lo.OOfi or Imprison ment for not more than two years, or both. lleKiiliilea Mncli Kxi'haiiKt-. The bill affecting stock exchanges COLD WELCOME FOR CASTRO. WnsllltlKtoli I "ll'l llellexr He Will tleiiil limiiKiiriillnii. Wakiiinistov, Feb 2 Arthur M Iteaiipre, Mlnl-ter to Cuba, cabled the State Department to. da that Clprlano Travel In Comfort When you travel, be comfortable. The tracks and trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad arc built for comfort. The roadbed is rock-ballasted and evenly, graded ; and the rails arc solid steel. The cars, both Pullmans and coaches, arc all-steel, heavy and easy riding. The through express trains have parlor smoking or club cars with moveable easy chairs, and a la carte dining service that is unexcelled. All sleeping cars are the last word in appointments; the coaches are cheerful, commodious and restful. Limited trains, like the Broadway Limited between New York and Chicago, the 24-HoUr St. Louis, The Pennsylvania Limited, Congressional Limited, and Chicago Limited have Pullman observation cars on the rear with moveable arm chairs and large windows, as well as an open plat form, for viewing the passing scenery. Up-to-date libraries, current periodicals, daily papers, and cour teous attendants arc features of the Limited train service. Pennsylvania Railroad service enjoys the reputation of being distinctively high grade and com fortable. Try iU k MM PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD rotary of the Venezuelan Legation at '"astro, the exiled dictator of Venezuela Washington. was being quoted In Havana ns announ- Dr. Holet would not verify the rumor ' clng that on the Inxitatlon of President elect Woodrow Wilson he Is coming to the Inauguration ceremonI',s In Wash ington on March I. Those in Washington familiar with the methods of Canro when he was In power characterized thin reported an nouncement ns "another pl-ee of Cas tro's audacity" and expressed their dis- vldlng thnt the obje, t of the agency Is "to save collection expense to the mem bers and that neither the agency nor any of tho numbers shall engage In any of the prohibited nets." National banks are forbidden to clear for other banks or trust companies eli gible to membership in the cleirlng house association In the place where the bank, Is located, and they are likewise forbidden to clear or make collections through any banklnt' Institution In the town In which they are located. They are also prohibited from enter ing Into agreements with other Invita tions for the purpose of regulating col lection chargf s or of fixing or regul nitig rates of Interest or discounts on loans to customers or others or the rates of In terest allowed to customers on deposits. Mil) -Not I, ciiil In Truxlx. The national banks are roriuimen to . lirn f in 11 1 Lazarus. :i years old, of 170 lenil money or assistance of any kind " ltntoii street, win. run down nnd killed by persons or corporations engaging In or ,1111 Avenue II surface ear In front of liN intending .0 engage In any "cotnbina- ''j;;';, I( Illlfr(lll,im ,rv,,, tlon, conspiracy, trust, agreement, con- Vi.tcrdiy with 11 summon 10 appear In tract of understanding to con- court at Lden, .Me, 011 April 1 in a suit . ...a r .,),.,., ,.rc.,.( ,Vw. ic ten or so o. ' ii tfiitnst a tenant of his at liar Harbor iilv'of an commodity or articles of! bwciili Flaiiagiin, seerelary lo President 1 . toiiiiiioiiiij .11 ....... , f, f ,,,,.. iiiirniii.il has been no- " '"' "r, " ,.'V ", u. '""."'"Ipouiied Public Works CotninU-loner of the pal t of the united .States. IioioiikIi to succeed ('ongressiiitiii-clect that fien. Hernandez and his followers are mobilizing a force of pi.uno revolu tionists to marsh suddenly upon the republic of Venezuela Neither would he deny It. He admitted that Hernan dez was keeping one ,.,. on Castro and the other on President 5omez, and that at the first Indication of trouble Her bal from the malls all matter concern-I nontlej! would in all probability depart I belief In Castro's asvrtlon. Later In Ing them and their transactions, unless' for his native countr the daj It was learned from Trenton the exchange in question has been "in-1 "Gomez Is provoking trouble," said that Gov. Wilson had dent d Castro's corporated under the Inws of the State! pr. Holet. "He N Ignoring the Constl- ' alleged assertion. It was recalled here or Territory In w hich Its business In con- .union of the country and plans to rv.tth.it Gov. Wilson found It Inconvenient ducted, or urWcs the charter nnd by- tain control by unconstitutional means to receive Castro at Trenton, although laws of such exchnnge, or the law under n tMP mitir elections which are held the latter had nsk -d for an audience. which It Is organized shall contain regu- before the Presidential elections. in Sep- Castro will not again be held up by tember Gomez means to have his own j the Immigration authorities, adherents placed In olllce. Some of j It Is expected that Castro's claim to those who have agitated the election I enjoy the personal hospitality of the of other candidates have been thrown j President-elect will hne a tremendous In Jail .effect on Latin America. His success "I believe t'hnt the people will not In getting Into the Cnlted States despite let Gomez dominate them further. Gen. ! the opposition of the Taft Admlnlstrn Hernandez Is the Idol of the people, tlon has already mad' him a hero In and If they demand a fair election, as Latin America. Ho was ncclalmed In I think they will, he will be th'Ir Ifnvanit as the man who had success choice" j fully tlefl'd the President of the l'nlted Dr. Holet scoffed at the reported States and forced his way Into this alliance between Hernandez and Cas. . countty. tro. Ten years ago Castro upon com- Administration ofllclals nre still Ing Into power put Hernandez Into Jail puzzling nvr what Is the ral object and kept him there for three years, j of Castro's visit to the l'nlted states Sine" tin n. he said, these two leaders I and Cuba, have been bitter enemies. The doctor i the transactions of such exchange." The listing of securities, full publicity concerning transactions, regulations prohibiting "wash sales" and "matched orders," the hypothecating of securities under penalty of expulsion from the exchange nnd a minimum margin of I'd per cent. In cash on all orders are provided for In accordance with the rn. port's findings. The bill provides that nny one who shall use the malls or the telephone or telegraph in connection with the busi ness executed on an exchange that does not meet these requirements shall be guilty of n misdemeanor nnd fined ll.jpi on conviction of a first offence nnd $2, ."00 for n second. CITY JOTTINGS. Mmmeic Into, any An iimrndm-ni to section 5HI pro vides that at elections of directors inch shareholdi - will have .is many votes as he has shares of Mock, multiplied by the number of dliectors to be elected In voting on all other qucHtloim at I, shlfeboldi is- meeting, ono vole Is allowed foi each share held, Voting may be done by proxy, but no ofllctr or emplooe is allowed to act as proxy, and It 1- provided that no national bank shall hold as security for a. loan "shares of stock or voting trust or other certificates leprchentlng any bene ficial Initiest in any corporation unless thre shall have been secured nnd re. , served to the Mockholdcrs of such cor poration the right of representation by cumulative ntlng." To provide for this, section 5144A Is added, requiring that before casting a vote at a meeting of shareholder! for the election of directors, the voter shall ' S. Drills (I'l.eury .lohn iincr, n machinist , i's years old. killed himself with gas in a room at 107 South 'llurd street, Wllllamshiirg, yester iluy. hi'ciiiisc a girl whom he iidiulred hail grim n i old toward til ill Uir.ilwiin Harbinger, a cignrmaker, Ml yenis old, of ,vi2 Cast hlglity-elghth street, was run doun mid killed Inst night at Light -sixth street and Third avenue by an auto t ruck of the llronx Provision t'oni paiiy Stanley Mow akow ski, 0 years old, of liny Side, ipieeiis, Kot I7.i0i damages against the Sen ork and North Shorn I ruction l'oliipiin vesterihiy for the loss of a le Ills Duller. John Monnkonski, got tl.noo. Justice dorr sentenced Krnnk T Gardner, selling agent for Hie I'liion Wni; and Parch ment Paper Company of New Jersey, yes Icrdity to it year In the penltentlnry for withholding bonds of the company valued at Two HildlilonHl wiinessAS were committed without bail to the House of Detention X'estpriltlV bv I'drnnar t'altihnrif tnr rAfllsllMT to testify about the shooins of Abraham Inherg. secretary of the .Buttonhole GUYOT.FRENCHRACER, COMING LATE IN MAY Pilot of Siiiilioiini Cur Haw Small Time for Practice. Will and made It possible to achieve much greater speed than the year pieceduig ItiasmU' h as Imwsoiis en is eligible on the point of size for this war's lace, that Isn't an element that inteis into figuring on lower spied, that K that the eiiKinis ,ie to lie within a 4foi cubic Inch piston ilUplaceinent limit Instead of finn Inches, as last ear This iii.ui said too that the cool weather In Hncl.tnd at this time "f tear must undoilhti (lb havi Its efleit on the speed of the c.i i s. so thet conditions at HrooUlands are extremily favni.tble to fast going. KIT KATS HOLD "SKELTER." SAYS THE PRISONERS WENT TO BALL GAMES hVW'nnlt'ii of Hiverhend .Tail Tells of I'nlockeil Doors and I. Knlcs. AN INTERNATIONAL HACK Italian, British, Kreucli ami (ierman Autos in 5(1(1 Mile Event. Three lltllltlreil Members uf rtlM I'liiti ill Xlnl.ed Hall. Albert Guyot, the l'rench racing dilxer who will handle the U nliuder Hngllsh Sunbeam car in the Indianapolis San mile lace, Intends sailing some time between May 10 and May 15 for this cnuutiy That will give hlin only a short tune to tune up the machine Iinmedlatel after the race Is (iter he xx lit icturn to New Vork In order tn sail for Kianct to compete ill i ItixniUKtti, I. I, Feb "x-Willis Hruco Dowtl, named by Gov Sulzer to hear the i i Charge avjiilnst Sheflll -xieiviite t.. ' Time hundie.1 members of the Kit Knt , , , , n 1(,mvnl Wlls' asked 'Club, composed of m wspnpi i and magi- , line aitlsts. held thcli thlrtx -se.on.l an- J nfter'the escape of Ksthor Harris from nu.il masked ball or sUeliei, as tie-; call , the Hlverhead iail, continued the taking It. at the Tuin Ven In Mall. Lelugt.ini , , ,,, ., , , , avenue tod l-aghtN-fifth stn.t. last night. "f testimony ''etc this morning. ! The dancers wete Mussed to lepie-mt Former Jail Warden Thomns J. some phase of nautical life and the cos- im-ey, who was dismissed by Sheriff mines lunged an uic wax no in mat 01 ,,,.,.,, ,,,1.1 ,.r i,,,imr found the door leading to the women's wing of the Jail unlocked one day bit v. ecu the time he said that he had reivlved authoritative MAYOR PROTECTS BRIEUX PLAY Information that Castro would march j upon i arncas in tne event oi nn out break, relying upon the support of those Central Americans who are bitter against the l'nlted States because of the Panama Canal controversy. "(Sen. Hernandez Is In constant com munication with prominent leaders of the antl-Oomcz party," said Dr. Unlet "He is prepared to leave for Vene zuela at any moment " "Have his plans gone so far as to get nn armed force to escort him there?" was asked, Tho doctor gave a Venezuelan shrug of tile shoulders and smiled, Mine, (intUUI tlliri ' yrnnu" Dinner. Mme. .lolmnriH (iadskl of the Metropolitan Opera gave lust nl'ght In the oak room of the Kt Itegis a dinner In compliment to Waller Damrosch and William .1. Hender son, composer and librettist of (he opera "Cyrano, which hud Us premiere nt the Metropolitan Opera House on Thursday night. Among the guests were Mr. mid Mrs. Harry Darkness I'l.igler, Mrs, Walter Damrosch. Mrs, William J. Henderson, Miss Lottie Tauseher, M anil Mine, (ialtl L'asAZZR, Alfred Hertz. Alexander Lambert and Derr Tauseher. firn, Wnmirr Quits (irllyshurg nnnril I'liii.APKi.riiiA, Feb. 28. At a meeting of the Fiftieth Anniversary Dattle of 1-llun.tf nnmmlllM lild In I hn 1Tnl... Hte nherg, secretary of the .Buttonhole! , : J.3T'jr.av r,.,i w..n.. Lnl01'' January 7 by 'ttmiZ ' Letter liars 1'iillee Interference Willi Dniunueil (iooils." Those behind the StetHrtil ltr fric of lrvlnrs Sociological Fund, under whose auspices Hrleux's play "Damaged Hoods" Is to be piesented in the Interest of their sex education campaign, after hitting been rebuffed by the inaniiRers of several theatres In which they hoped to produce the play have secuied from filch & Harris permission to use the Hudson Theatre. A letter tiom Mayor ilaynor serxed to re mote the fears of police Interference, Frederick H. Hoblnson. proprietor of the Wrrleu', said Inst night, and he Is ar ranging to present the piece on the exe nlng of March H. The Mayor wrote, Mr. Itohlnson Mild, that he approxed of "Damaged Hoods" anil be saw no reason why any thentrlcnl management should refuse to pioduce It, as no llcenso could be revoked unless a play was Indecent, and "Damaged doyds" was "uplifting." Mr. Itobliisou. said he also hud similar letteis from John D. Ilockefeler. Jr.. Dr. Slinon Flexner of the Hockefeller Insti tute and Dr. James P. Warbasse of the Hrooklyu Hospital, all of whom regarded Hrieux as an exponent of the highest function of tun drama, After tho Astor Theatre, the Little Theatre and the Thirty-ninth Street Theatre had barred the sociological cam paigners Mrs. (), 11 P Hehnont offered her headquarters building and John D. Rockefeller, Jr., offered the Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, but neither place was Urie enough for the expected nudlenee. had b.cu notllled that his services would no longer be reuulied und the day he was to U-.ixe. He waited twenty minutes and then locked tho door He did not report the matter. Funy said that Peter .Musso and Walt Ixiiliu. who di.ius blnl plctuns tori l.fr and .Imlpr nnd who was tigged mil 1 lis a I oislcan pliate, to that of Miss I'.mst Hamilton, who posed for the toting woman In Ml Ixiilm's t.inious "(i-o-h-h!" pictuic, w ho wore seliwi ed. Shoitlx bi'loie 11 oYloi 1, after the oiclus'ia had pint id sj in opati d alls that ,i... ,. i ii.iv ,., v.,,1,.,,. U-I...I,, i. in 'gave tne m. mints or tne ixit ixnt I'lun . . .. . i... nnd their iiarttierii a chance to show one S , be. X ""V!V ,,,rk,,y ""' i "lJ"'r l"'ls"",'1'!' w,'nt the tli st occasion on which a Hrltlsh car the bunny hug and the ocean wax., and I the fair ground. They were not in has titkin pint In a pine spted contest In other such dunes ought to be done b 1)t ., KU,u,i. He frcipiently saw A iVrln ,hos" wl!" W'-" ' MXltX '"".' trusties on the streets of tho village. There are to be two Peugeot curs in tne ,''.',""'' , ,,'.., i .... ",, ,,, i ,,, J i ... A ' Tills was after he ceased to hold otllce. with iioux ami i " : , i. ' one iiiikiii loiiiiii. i in ui. i Among those pieunt weie Mr and Mis. D.iii Smith, Mi and Mis. II. Heuteidahl, Mi and Mis William A. Hlackens, Mr. and Mis. Will A John stone. Mr. and Mis. icopcii in nil. .xir. and Mis. Ocntg" Hellews. Mr and Mis, Inillannnolls race, too, Zuccaielll us dilvers. Them Is great livalry between the two foielgn makes, , as they divided Illinois In the lirnnil Prix i tace last ear. " The presence of these foielgn makers should have a stimulating erreit on racing In this country IMetloiis to this, to .lie u, J Vll,lhack, Dan Mm gun. W. It sure, there have bee. foreign mac hli.es y !( , ' j,, .' ,, I lsn and lto Haul. entered In the r.na mile event, and Italph Jlu"" ' i ii i ... ...... i. 'el.,., a.. n,.iin,iu xiorfeiles nil hut won It That same Mercedes, with a HU.aller motor Is I CREW gAVED AS MASTS FALL eapei'icu HI lllllll'l ie "F - up, and perhaps some of the Flat and Henz inters will be their. America will be represent! d by Marmon and National, almost undoubtedly, as these concerns, win ning In P.H1 and lUU'.iespectlvely, should feel called upon to defend the honor of the country this time. The Mercer also will be strong In the James Farrell, n prisoner whom he met on the street, asked Furey for woik. he said, and told him that Sheriff Hrush gate him permission to hunt work. tine time, while Fiuey xvas still warden, he Went to tho xvomen's apart ments In the Jail and found Helen New. ton, the daughter of the Sheriff's brother-in-law, in thcio with listher Harris. With them was oiro Viola Haw. Ilreeelies IIihij l.iuiils l.iml Mmi In ' lings und Samuel Holton, a prlswj.er. ,, . ... ... ., There xvere cards on the table. Hie .Mel of I line, .... ...... , Ksther Harris had two trunks ana NiuiKoi.K, ii., Feb. US. Life savers i,,,,. ml t.nu, t tho jail addressed In from four stations saved the entile crex clir (lf illlry Newton. Furey said thut his orders were, disobeyed and no atten- Sherman which stranded near Lull l ,i,m ....... ,,.,1,1 , eomnlalnts by the- which stranded near (lull line, as will tlm consistent stutz. inein shoals cany tins morning. 1 Shcrllf. nm newcomers, of whom much or little Is The life savers made lepcutcd efforts j( saw .;a1Pr Harris served with expected, In the Nybiiig. Henderson, Kee? , ,,.,, mvboat. but high seas i,,,,,,,,' . L.,,;0fn,i, im,'i ,hP1. .v, thrnuinbe. being "n '" X 1 ""' fr'" ' Nn hm " " ', ,, , ., other prisoner xvas getting such t--gs. blown away by .1 seven y mile ivalc that J1( MW ,,oU,l Nl)Wloni ycars ollli tidily cars, alsiut lulf aiieauy enroiieii. Ill addition there Is etery llkellliood tl.. t llitee of the Isottn-Fraschlnl ma chines will start In the race. Plans are being made to that end, Should they he enteied, what with the makes that are sure to competi) It will be truly nil Inter national event. Knglalid, France, lier many. Italy and America massed In one field will make 11 meet width while seeing. xvas sweeping ine coasi. , ., , , . . ,hll nil shn .Mt ,t 3 o'clock this afternoon the "fn jjh Hntrl.M When Miss Harris's Inwyer called Iniidentiilly a man who has seen a gieat deal of the lacing at Indianapolis said yesterday that he didn't expect as gieat speed as was developed there last year, when Daxvson In the National averaged better than seventy-eight miles it 11 hour. He said that last year xvas exceptional In point of weather,,, being much cooler than ordinarily It is inrjndlnnapoiis on May so, crews shot a hawser across tho vessel, Txvo men scrambled down from .tho j rigging, caught the rope nnd made it fast. Then 11 breeches buoy xvas shot out to them and they were brought ! tinowit. ..,n .. i.nHun. ...t.lln I- lnlt 1 The last man had hardly reached the, 'l """"" """" " 1 beach when the vessel btoke In two nnd I '!' ",a' M,t ' 11 'rlr s chair In the the three masts toppled over Int.. tli , wcrllt .luarters nnd did a thriving outside business Another prisoner had sea, 1 , , , , . , .1 . The Sherman was commanded by ," , ? J l'w' , . ' . he was allowed to go up to her cell In I stead 'of she being brought to tbu office, I as other prisoners xvere. Peter .Musso, held for highway rob- whlch. of coutM, wu saving to the tires C ( wjth lumber, Capt. Scrnnton of Madlsjin, Conn. She carried 11 crew of eight en and xvaB liound to Nexv Vork frot Port Iloyal, llclnls hnd keys and showed visitor through tho Jail. The officers 'fre quently left their keys lyffiK In a 'box that was frequently unlocked. I t piMMniesjswiq XI 1 I