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THE St'ls TUESDAY, MARt II 1W3.
DWYER RAIDS ' OTELHOTEL Hostelry in Lexington Avenue Closed mid Guests Ordered Out. formerly thk kalttc Women Cry as Assistant Dis trict Attorney Quizzes Them. PllOPMKTOK NOT KOI'XH Tliii't-I vw of Sixt -i. Kooins; It'ciipicd When I'olico Snr- round (lie I'liicc. Four detectives attached lo in spector llvvycr's stuff stationed them clve In front nf lite two entrance to tin- Hotel Avencl, formerly owned by (JeorKe. A. Hipp umliT the nntne nf the Haltle. last nlclit. while Assistant District Attorney Smith, 1. .1. ISrnvhl nnd Inspectors J);ily nnil Dvvyer stood at the corner. The 1 lot.-l Avencl Is .t S027 Lexington avenue, near 1-3.1 strict At a sIruiiI from Assistant IMsliui Attorney Smith tin- detectives entered simultaneously ly tin- two entrances and proceeded to the office, which I on the second Hour. There they found K.-unk Davis, the hull man. ami ur icHtfd him on a John loe warrant Is sued by Magistrate- Campbell ol the Xlght Court and taken out by Assistant District Attorney Smith, clmi-Klni; the keeping of n disorderly house. The four detectives then visited all Mxty-slx rooms In the hotel. Thirty two of thctn were ncupled, Ciich by a man and woman. The occupants were ordered to pet up. dress and dicvnd to the reception room on the second Moor. Fifteen mlnutCM later by the time tho last of them hud come In, some of the women scarcely dressed ami others 'eeplnfr. Attorney Smith and Inspec tors Daly nnil Dwyer had come up from the street and were ready to put all the hotel occupants through a rlsld set of Itieatlons. In fill but a couple of Instances the men and women admitted they were not ,0r. ifo tli.oiirti thi'V bad In everv instance registered as " such Their i pany. tiatMle Silk. I)yein Coni)any aiul n'flmeH and addresses were taken. other plants tlii-. tnoninig. The 2im None of the hotel Riieatti w.i ar- employ.-es who refuwd to n" "Ut when rehtfd. After their nanieH and ad- I cim weaern beean the ctrike in the Henry drrises. most of which were kIwii ""iDoherty Silk t'oinpanyV plant in Lake out of town, were obtained they were vl(w u'V1 ago were forced out permitted to depart, which they did i ,.,,y a, t),e plant wa closed down hastily. The tnkM ha eloped approximatelv Korty-tlve minute. after the deteetiv. ,() Mk nin,H ,, (ly H1()p, ..mploviiiR had walked Into the hotel all the ''-..,,. ,entv-flo and l.-oo hund cupantf had been routed out and '' ,, silk n,",!,!,,.. who eani kok1 place was darted except tor po U- ; wllun wre fon.,.d ,o .put l.e;UM, of men eft In : horse and a eon pie of bell-: ' , boy,. ho kerned to think the affair , '",) alkout of lu-dye rnuiinir Ulbbon hantU. a larne number or whom " The proprietor of the Averrl. whoei"re women, .le.uan.l an ei;ht hour day name I. W ... be SchrMn the one ?n, uL V'M wan -n-hom the Aca nay tlwy h.. ,! , walkonl m oniwl for to-morrow at to JPCV. wax noT on un' imimmim's iinn had not ten seen late last nisht. r!i nleht clerk alw man.xed to keep him- 1'e.lf under cover. Davis, the tr.ll .11.... I .1 1 nr.. I mail. Ml.-. ...on... ..... 'vknowieilTe of the whereabouts of Sche hlnscr. In the hotel ollloe thele was found a hank book Nsued In the .WeneP name1 l.y tho Twelfth Ward Hank. II allowed n" depohlt of Jir.S.'JT made tt-rd.i On .lantiary 3 tae ileoslis for one day were, nearly 1.3oi, but after Slpji made ' ,fi'.B confe.--sIi.Ptl to Whitman the receipts tell off. On January 4 they amounted only to '0. Gradually sime that date they have crept up. remaining durlnt: the few days ntound J ISO. W At 10:30 o'clock last nlnht a man ivelked Into .the Lenox aenue police station and told Lieut. C.ehan, who was At the dehk, his name was OeorKe A iilpp. He said be wanted to mve bim 'Mt up. i'S he understood th:re was A warrant out for his arrest. , Lieut, t.ehan said he knew nullum; Hbout htich a warrant, but would invstl iljate. In the end Sipp was pcrmlHed ,fo depart. It beins dlscovured that hi in not wanted. Slpp told Lieut. IJehan that some inen had told hlin eurlliT In the eve 'iiinK that Whitman bad obtained a ,v3rrant for hW arrest, .lust what lie "was wanted for Sipp did tu t m em to know. Davis was arralKned In the nlnh' ourt and held In J2.IMW bail for appear- anec In the Harlem court Wcdnes.lt) TURK SCALPS A GREEK , run inr nl III Hie IvKrheli llalkan War. a, ,.r ihr t Two dlehuBMieri1 in re-lniinint a' :. ilhumsli'uri; ,ina . ..rncir.Mi "ii"-'. ". ..-...-.... Ponay Calafa. n Turk, nrul Sollnie lloulu He ,....,,1,1 K.ilty 1., arson in Hie tlilril S Orcek- hurt nu argument earlv vei.ieril.o i..gre- rnornlnt In the kitchen over the llidkim 1 In imposing sentence Judge Dike said Th.v n.rieil to lliilil I liiive leiirtiril ili.it vou hae f.iufesse.i lr 1 , .i.I- .1- ..... .1. fbes during the nuM lew le,ns j 011 " The Turk m gelling the worst ol the rp permitted tll plead lo .1 lesser degree nncounter whn he eeiied a large earring' nf rrinio In Hie hope thai vou nuld give "knifa and with the flrM blow clipped npie. e itnisirUiii Infoimnilnn Win lme fulled. ,&!T the top of tlii Greek's bcalp four bv live 1 ' "'"'I1 P'"''"'' 'he people by tcndiiig Inches and next clapped off nnm of t, Mm ,ih.i foi a long lime kull bone lie lo slsshed the 1 1 reek's . IflVC. O'll "II-.. 1. .'Hun. ... .1... " . 1 .place, tho dlnr having preceded him, lie nut Inltreepted bv half a d.i.en alters I Vollccnuin Wei e.itne In nnd knocked ' 'th caiving Knife from his hand 1 h lurk .Mas held later for lelonlu- 'iui It I lie I tcalpcd t.reek went lo the lleriirm llnspi'al TAFT PARDONS RICH FUGITIVE. Toinlcl. Nun Old no. I llllnil, iinn-r.l II I'orliine In I nnniln. - WasMINoiov, Mareli :i I buiii.i- I wing HteWe. a mysterious t anadian . ho te. in ned 40 OJtimhiis. Ohio, idler being ten .wins n tugltite Irniu III" la lo recite sentence Tor liinekiiniM. ttas iranled a lull ninloii bv I'residenl. Tali lo-dav 1 hleele, ttho eseaptsl ttlule availing sen leiic. made 11 tortune In ratiad.i in llie; . e.. v. per b'.. -u. and high 1 linnet i ofllelal-. learning In hl-lort. -cn,ini .1 iiar.lnu bir I1I111 1 1 .111' Presideiii lull ' . 1 led fiiguite. no old .mil lil.iiil. raine bark o lllno and a leu il.iv- a .wis 1 Kenteneed lo llillleen tnotitli- le (.-..en j ttol'h ptl-oli lll.ill.'illllt.'lv noon 1 1 1 - - -igli , jllg ol llie I'llir' llell. e I lie f'l.'silliir . .leti.l.'.l Ixeinihe . i men. . iml si... 1. 1- 1 riot, nl lil.erlt lo ge I'.l. k lo 1 .1 n.e la . ( William toi.l uomei . s.'iilei.. Mil Mali'lil fi. tiin-, lot- 1 it.bi llm.' -f.r'il in el-, in. I Jlnll.e- nlul' in-Ill." ol III, Mlei;len. , ".'ollll't I I'll 1 Nam ma! onllK. Ii'lil In- -ei taute Diiimiii "i io-.ih It n epin Muh -" I'.'l'. l.v Pi. ..i.l. I. .11 r'faif I -ln Klulil Hour 111. Mill, I .'' W 14 1 1 1 n ' . iii.s, Mini h l'l,..l,l..l,l I, ,11 ,lo-dat signed Hie MI lueiilio' Hie hours ..r lubnr nl men on l..oe-ntnenl dre.l.. nnil l.pilbll.t eel vliii wink lo lghl hours each Mklng nay. 113 at 40 Wall St. The Bank of the Man hattan Company was originally established as an "Office of Discount and Deposit." It has been developed as an independent com mercial bank, and the diversity of its deposits has always Riven it ample funds for the re quirements of its com mercial depositors. We desire the active accounts of merchants and manufacturers and will extend them ac commodation in keep ing with their standing and credit. Bank of the Manhattan Company Capital 20i0000Surolus $4100000 1 PATERSON STRIKERS THREATEN BIG TIEDP Kiltlmii Weavers Miiy Co Out ilti. n ml Trolley men Are t'rrel to (Jiih. I'o- ' P.umison, March 3. With I'.'.ooo ! oerntives idle, all but a few broad Mil; silk I and dyeing plants closed down and a threatened walkout of ribbon weavers to-tnorrow, the utrike to-day begun to cpread to othnr iudiiftrie and a gen- ! eral tletip U feared Kmplovee- in the 1 lolphin Jute Milli, and Nichol-on Kile (.'onipany threaten to join the strike movement 'Hie Industrial Workerx of the Wtjrld are endeavorinc to have the trolleymen ulno go out lletween 3,000 and l.ooj ilk dyen. and weaver left the Ahley A Itailey. Nn tionnl Silk Dyeinc CoiiitMny, l.'niled I'iece Dye Work, AudiT Meyer Silk ('onii.inv. hlieehun huk Wyeini; Lorn- -loon . (hie thou-and or morefr'trikers (tathered 1 at the.lohiiMin-C'owdin millHthts mornm i Police reserve appeared and the crowd llwt.rSMl . . " . I l,..,l,.l l..... hurled mtotlie l'a.iie ItiveranddrowiH'd I ithi- afiertioon ontiniited because a silk . worker who had thrown a stone through a 1 window of the National Siik Hyemi; Com-1 paiiv's mill had been mven a duckiim by striker as a warmiiK aRMiu-t further I violence. ; r.liabeth (lurley l-'lyun. Oruanizer Kwald KoettKen. Carlo Trescn and several other I W W. leaders adiiresed several meetini-'K to-dav in Turn Hall and hii nnimciil that be-iide tlehting for the I ulKilittoti of (lie three ami lour loom sys- , tern they will demand a'mlnlmuui wanej of M2 a week and an emht hour la'. Samuel Kaplan said that a number of (Hindu, tor and tiiolormen favor demand- j inc an eiht hour day Kn'ortu will bo , made to orKanize them. AleMUlder Scott, islitor of the He(Aj l Weld lii ' inki bail S.iturdav 1 muriiiui: on a oiiarK" oi crinunauy uihm- luiK Chief llinwon, said ho would make a! uiifiiami iiKiuii"! v uiei iiiiiison einiiKiiiK iri-iit k I larceiiv of l.iioo copieh. of Ids paisr andlieppler to tho SocialisTiieailqimrters mil, , I'l" . i , .. Him-oii on r'riday sent Detectives Lord to contL-cnte all copii-i of the ui' they .'oiild liuil ' I'he Soriah-ls of lMssalc and I'aterson are kinking up Soolt. LONG TERM FOR FIREBUG. HruoM? n rson Ncr e 'I rml Lender l.'l Irnra. ln j !" l-i, lei le P'l, .VI vears old. head of Ins -on gang In Hrooklyn. .i ml whose In ndlnrv upeiatioiis extended lo HuIThIii, ll.iltiiii'ire, ( hleago nnd oilier cities, as ! w-tci!ll H'lllellted lo Iriun six to thirteen 1 nnd a half years at hard labor in Sing Mug I b County Judge Hike He n run ilnwn bv l'ire Mnishal Itroph ' Inr slartiliga lil.ue .iinong ga-olenn sonked 1 I 'd'b'-h In a -'ore ni K'H Jeronm stieet, I unpei Mllng Hie llxes of nuniv oeenpalils nf .,,,. lr .!r ,,n ,l. ,,i,,, ,,, IU Vno(lhnen Mhii l'niniil Ueail, William I mi ll, a miIi'Miiiiii, fll "r nld, iiis roiiiid de.iil esleulnv In Ills lioine. -IV lloid nifinip, Woo.lhnvpii, Uiu-ens Isitniigh poilexv is siippn-ed lo Iwivo been the rinue WHO'S bcliind the tracks you buy? Make sure of the perma nence, financial standing, and policy of the manufacturer. GMC trucks are backed by the largest manufacturer of motor-' propelled vehicles in the world. And the "serv'Cf" policy of General Motors Truck Company ia the result of twelve years' practical experience in truck-building and operation. Gr.NXRAi, Motors Truck Co. PONTIAC, M1CHIOAN Mokor nfOiooIlnm ni R Initio Trvei of oil cmpodtloo. nn von tuna ut w. m am 'TRUCKS Mrs. Florence Lawrence tw ww Mow i w mw wm m mm mim 1 m m mim ' n 'or iw womm I rlnlil. 1013. to tlie lnurnntluu.il Ncui. X'lUre. GARMENT WORKERS EJECT I. W. W. MEN IfefiiM' to Allow Delegate Address .Mass Meetinu of Striker lo 1. KM KRS AI?K DKXUI NCKD nion .Men Invade rat-lory Hurl Two Strike Urea key Tliroiiirli Window. An unsucceysful attempt by the In dust rial Workers of the World to cap lure a mass meetlni; of Raiment work-j its at I'nlon Sipiare to protest asalnst t the imreetnent by which the Kjrntent j workers' strike was declared on" nearly precipitated a riot jesterday afternoon. The 1. W. W. men crowded on the plat-1 form of the CottoKo when the meetinc ' oH.r.ed and beiran to e.lce forward to the front , Three parades of strikers were or- (Canized to protesl unalnst the HKiee-j ment but tney did not arrive at I'nion ' Square at the same time The Mrs: to arrUe came from Kinder. Square ami: marchel throiiKli the factory dlstrlcus with oands jilayluj the "Marse. dulse." As the) passed alonu iJifuyette street a chorus of hisses arose when they came to the factory of Alfred lien Jamln & Co The head of this linn Is LtiKcne S. Uenjamln, president of llio New York Clothlnil Trade Association and spokesman for tho three allied as yoclntlons of employers represented in tile settlement. Shortly after these pit ruder i cached muu .-...... .... v. which had started at the l-ibor Temple, i;iirnty-tourtn street near M'conu ave- i nue, apfsMred. Finally Herman Kl.w. M,nMly. the chairman had jUHt . -tilled the ,., ..,. I,, rtr.loe .fl.Mii : llilr.l nurit.le meeting to order when a third parade arrived from Harlem. Klawinsky started to announce that the demonslra j Hon had been planned bj the' Hrother 'hood of Tailors to protest against the strike settlement when Abraham Com tek!, secretary of the New York branch of the Industrial Workers of the World. (Mine forward nnd wanted to be the next spenker. "You have no right to speak hole," said the chairman. "I cannot recognize you." other I. W. W. nu n appeared 011 llie platform and were drltcn back, loudly protesting thai the mcctinii "violated tho right of free speech." C.ipt. Mor ris of the Kast Ttveiity-llrst stieet sta tion hml a number of reserves on hand, who restored order just when a free light was stalling. Tho members ol the 1. W. W. gath ered In a group on the pl.iz.i 11 ml one of them, Henry l.undvtirrh. editor of a paH'r published In Vlddlhh, called the Social It ar, began a harangue in VId dish. The tailors objected and .1 light was again imminent when police ap peared and broke up the crowd. At the mass meeting resolutions wrie passed denouncing the bcttlftuent and declaring Unit tho Milkers would stay out 11111 it they nccUed. their demand. Speeches weie tundo In which the lead ers of the strike were denounced. lingerie S. Kenjalilln, president of the New York Clothing Trade Association and spokesman for the associations In volved In the holt lenient, said thai a huge number of his inllocs hud re turned nnd In ninny of the shops all j hud gone bach. 1 .Mole than 100 giiiiiieiit strikers, ! among tlmm at least ihlrtv Italian 1 women, yisterday afternoon stoned the, factoi t of .Sutnuel Shapiro at 814-Hi I'ark avenue, llllanisluiig, unci wheii I'ollceinen Heck and ilausih of the ViT-1 mm avenue station made a 1 ir.li to rlls- j perse them Ihey were set upon The police drew their cluUs and whlh trying, 10 disperse llie mob about ivvetily of the I strikers nihcd Into the bull. hug ! I'eler Itellet, 11 sli Ike breaker, 110 j yrars old. of Cli lltishw Id. nvenn.i was thrown out of a second story window,' lllteen leel lo I hi .sidewalk Heller's skull and left leg were Iracluitd nndj he wits Internally Itijuied. Hiiit.v Selgel. also a mrlko .breaker. i'K years' old, of 13 Tompkins avenue, was hurled out of another window. Ills Ioh worn fractured and lie hud wcaln wounds.! Joseph Gllta, 23 years old, of 177 Mooro . . street, was locked up by the police for in t i felonious a!ault. Keller was rushed lo the Hushwick Hospital and Sclgel to toe WIlllamsbuiK Ilnhpltul. The condi tion of both wa pronounced serious. STRIKE RIOTS IN R0ST0N. linrinrnl Wiirkprt' I'leketn ttnek .Non-t'llltili Kmrilo? er. IIostov. March :t A do7cn arrests were nuidi' to-day when picket from . the Ladles' Ciarment Workers L'nlon I were patrolling the strike section and ' Irvine in prevent non-union workers from enteritiK the shops, one woman 'was arretted for attemptliiK to rescue a prisoner from a policeman. IIIKi. line shot was tired In Hawley street this mornlnc In nn nrfjument between a , "'fii" picket of the garment workeia' ' union and an employee of a clothlnK concern, .lohn de IIIppo and Michael . (Jrenorlo, a picket were arrested, the 'latter churned with assault and battery I MRS. BISHOP SAYS SHE HAS NO MONEY llushanil Gave Tier "Hanllv Five Cents in Six .Months." She Tells Court. Tevtimony bv Mrs. .lames CiiiiuIiik ham Itlshup that she ha. had to pledge all her jewelry for loan to puy living txis-'iites nnd that sh. inns iKirrowed sums of from $2 up from her attorney becaife her husliand. whom she is sit Inc for a divorce, has given her "hardly five cents" In the past tlx Months was Klven by her yesterday when examined as to her ability to pay a Judgment for K'.Jls. The Judgment whs obtained against her by t'.ie Motor Engineering and Sales. Conuuny for nn iiuto truck shu bought for the Orchard s'prliiKs Water Company, but ulus alleges In her testl - mony that her husband froze her out of t".m company after he found sho was making 11 success of It. The company was formed to lsittle water from n spring on the Illshop country place at York town Height?, and In her testimony Mrs. Hishop said the ciunpony is now i"..)00 in debt. Mrs. Hbhup wius presl dent and her husband treasurer. Mr.s. Illshop testified tnat she has de posited two diamond pendant, a do.. collar of diamonds nnd a diamond laval licre, which .ire worth about JS.OOe. for a loan of r.,33" from Ma. Schwclger, a diamond merchant of 7! Xa-sau street. She said Hint Mr. Hlshop's mother gave her the luvalllere and his father the dog foliar. She sulci that her husband' now claims all lur Jewelry cNcept two ! diamond .-ar drops. .. , . , ., legis'iiuve loiumineo wiiiiin iwo wis'KS .Mrs lilHlmp was que.Mloued .u length ;,,., p,..r j n,lfTv formerly or i i.(invi.nliii. II llllll uh., .lis. v. .,111 .tf Itiell l '. '.. .....n J ..-. ..--vv .... ...... ... .... 1 m.sji.-iji im'iiois nr.... suin, 'As bank lecentlj, mid she insisted Hint the nrrnigncd yesterday before .lu-tice Seu motiev was sent t.. her bv her idstcr, (bury in the Criminitl Hranch or the Su wlfe of cx-Uot. Merrlam of Mliiuesota. IJ"tnw l.VluM' "," "", four additional in . ... II. I..O- in vv..si.in..t.... 1.. i.u ..se.i dicitnenlH llled egauist him l;i-t week, now living In Ua-hing on to be used m alrW(lv W0H 11(U,r MiWJI) u,(1 for a "rcrtain ptirMise. Mie eatd she J'.-.tim toldiiioniil bail was uiilercd. f.nllid she couldn't do wmat her sister (leorfio A Sipp obtahnsl a permit lo vvatitid done with the money and kept j carry a revolver from Magistrate. Cor- out a l.'iOd commls-lon, bought t.ome tblnas for her sifter nnd sent back 11 ' balance of SL'.Kqfi. She said i-he had written asking her slster'e pel mission to ddl whin she bad us.sl Hie money for. but her sister didn't replv. After 1 repealed questioning oil Ihc subject 1 Mrs. Hishop said: "Mr-. Merrlam wanted me 10 buy certain things she fell she could get 1 below price. I iimldn't do It ami sent , the money back She doesn't waul any I one lo know about tne business." Mrs. Illshop mi M that her husband 1 claims an unto sho lioitghi out of the proccedH of a J.io.ootl imii lguKe on tholr country place unit thai he tins put It In n garage nnil Kin is not allowed to go near It.' Mrs. Illshop said she had had no money In the bank for mouths nnd 110 Incmie for four nud 11 half years. She now bus debts of over ?30,000. she said, She said her husband once gave her f 1,000 worth of stock lor Christmas, the name of vvhlili she couldn't remetnliii'. "Hut It was homellilnr I know wasn't very good." 'IiiiIIm) lo I nvell SlKKliee'a I'nli, I'lNrikAV. I), March a relic of llm 1i""i,8Ip Maine, Admiral Slgsboe's buth till., will 1.M .int',.tl.il I.. tK r.itl.11,. 11.11 I I Vf0brU0,d lu tne rubl1'' Hall I, the Parade i i GRAND JURY ORDERS LIQUOR HEADS HEARD Trot ci't ion Payment Not Found on Hooks of the Hraneli Association. jcoi HT PKAISKS WHITMAN Currau Coiiiniittre Will Make a First lleport Within Two Weeks. (irand Jury subpoenas were issued yesteril.iy for Michael Quinn. president, and J. I). D'Conner, mecretnry. of tho Central Liquor Dealer Association. If service is obtained in time the two will , be brounht lieforo District Attorney . Whitman to-day. The Bubpcotia call for tho books of the aciation. The District Attorney decided to call the Liquor Dealers officers after his men , had looked over the book of a branch association and had found no mention of u payment deeriled by John J Mc C.ratli, a Harlem saloon man, a S20 "for protection." John J. Mustard, president of this branch, told the District Attorney that 'he did not recall lliis payment, but it might have been for "legal services. " Thomas Flanagan, who ha a saloon ot 444 West ll.'ith street, is treasurer and Fred Waue, whoso place of business 1 at i:ith street and Kiglitli avenu, is ' financial secretary of this branch of the liquor dealers. Wau will bo called be- ' fore the (irand Jury to-day and Flanagan to-morrow Mustard is in Washington ' attending the inauguration He will lie recalled when he net bank The Supreme Court Cirand Jury which is to Iflke up graft was sworn in yester day by Justice Soabury In charging tho I Cirand Jury Justice Soabury said , "Th disclosures which have already 1 ma',, ',.H,I? 'h?..ndl!!V"1L,.).!'r,;"llin5 among the police and their relations to 1 nose wno conduct gamimur; nouses ami houses of prostitution certainly justify and require a searching invwtigntlon I iv vou. '"The work vticb the District Attorney lias alrnidy done in this regard entitles him to t lie' confidence of the (Irand Jury ns it ha.- already earned for him the ap preciation or the court. I take this opportunity to commend not only tho work vvhicli he bus done but the spirit in which his labors have been conducted. The foreman of the new Oram I Jury is Arthur lugraham -of so Irving place, whose oflice is al 1H5 Hrivadwuy. The Cun an Aldennanio committee will meet again in public sesion at 11 o clock lo-inorrovv morning to hear Oen Theo dore A lluigham A preliminary report by the Curran commillee will be presented to the Hoard .,A'1 tTI?,',n. '"M . !h" Wuf'"T ! rigan in ttie intrlem court yesterday, l lie imnitwos ns'ommended by tlistrlct Mtorricv Whitman nipphashoeii threat ened repenledlt since lie llrst guvo Ills losttiniiny beforo the Curran committee FORMOSA PROSECUTOR HERE, lie. r-siiiiiif 11 n ii Looks Over I lit is Impi-riKpil, CnnrlH II le-llinill, High duel I'ro.relllnr of l orninsa, nnd l( I'liJImo, an HtlaehA of the lapaiiese lint'eiiinieiit in this counlry, who iieted us interpreter. Inspected Hie criminal Courts building yeMerdiiv. Mr Teslilma has unit been in this counlry three days ami i' lo investigate tho elTleieney n the. .nuts. He will remain three days in New ork, going from here to Washington and Philadelphia He will spend to-morrow-on lltaekwell's Island I est et day he neat through the Tiunbs utter seeing llm Mtulsl rales Court, (leneriil .Sessions and Speeial Sessions I 11111 impressed lit Hie mtmrtei o i nuiis In ynur one huildliiK," he said "H is inai kuble how- nun h bii.-,iiiess can be iraiVs. acted an. how orderly and systcmatl, ed I'erV ,n.l,,.r:.ls.,!lg"-V,sl,,",J' 1 ""omry ll'lstrlil Allorney Wliijinan assigned an assistant lo ait as u guide in going from tour 1.0 court ami Police CoSin.iIf.ii..r.. I Jl" """WJiftt , (letectlvo to bo w th sj7i.Kid,ia","''''-"''i'" Counting the Cost You spend mote than money when you build If you build in the competitive way. You spend yourself .you exhaust human energy. The Hoggson Single Contract Method of Building relieves the owner from cares that he is often poorly fitted to perform and sel dom has time to undertake. A M. Jacltlru If Hotfan Single Contract SUlhoi of BulUlng, on mount. Owner! ArchneOMrpj lionj HOGGSON BROTHERS 7 BAST 44th ST, NEW YORK CITV DOSTON NKWHAVKN CHICAGO ITHAW'S LIBERTIES WILL BE RESTRICTED Dr. I.oak. in Cliiirjie of .Miit feiMvnn. Sa.vs Pri.soner h Still Insane. lMNUKIt TO FM IILK SAFKTY l.leroine A"ain to Fijrht Keleae Henioval of I'roeeediimN Will He Akeii. i Al.f.w. Match Privilege- which I Harrv K. Thaw has enjoyed in the Mattea- w.iu State Hospital "ill he re-iriclea if he is forced to stay there despite, his latest effort to obtain freedom Attorney (.eneral Carniody. State Superintendent of I'-i-ons Joseph Scott nnd Dr Hoy L , Leal., temporarv Hiiperiutendeut of Mnt- , tenv.au. to-luy agreed that the rule and regulation ol me institution hiioiuh be reviwit ni that Thaw uiinht be i"-Hi a all other inmates. This decision is bused upon disclosure marie to the Htller Committee of Inquiry Horace A. Hoflu nn, the Thaw ileteetive, said that Thaw enjoy al! the privileges of n patient of a private asylum He i permitted to see any ,one he likes nnd carries n large amount of money con stantly. Dr. Leak, in nn oflidavit submitted to Attorney -General Carinody to-tlay, hold tliMt Harrv K. Thaw is still ol unound mind and that hisJrulpnHe would be danger ous to the public peace and safety Attorney-General Cnrmody and Dr Leak to-day prepared tho .State' return to the Thaw writ of habeas corpus grunted by Justice Guy. Tho return consist of nn nflidavit by Dr l.euk in which he sav tlint since I haw was received in the Matieawan liosnital four unsuccessful attempt were made through habeas corpus proceedings to obtain his release. Iliese writs were sum in 3iay, vm .June 190": June. l&O'J.'and April, Wi.' William T Jerome has ueain been re. tallied by Attorney-General Cnrmody ns special counsel to represent tne ntme in tn luibeasjcorpus proceHi(ngs commenced in New York last Saturday lieforo JuFtiix- Ouv Iranklin Kennwly. Deputy At tornev -General, has nlso lieen dcslciintecl to represent thrt Attorney-General's office on tho return of the writ, which is return able before Justice Leonurd A Giegerich In .New lorn city on lhursdiiv Deputy Attorney-General Kennetly will move tnat tne i nnw proceaing ne trans fcred to the Ninth Judicial district, where .untt.'.iwan Hospital is situated A bill appropriating tto.T.l.'i for tho ex penses incurred by the State in oppos.ng the act. on commenced by Thaw last year was recently reported out by tho Senate Finance Committee. Ten thousand dol lar of this amount will go to William Trnvers Jerome for representing the State THAWS STATUS TO BE SAME. Whitman Maya Testimony Will llmr No HenrliiK nn Sanity lne. I)i-trei ttorney Whl'nian will 1101 pre-ent the Thaw bribery -randal until he has consulted with I. mar Chry-tie, counsel lor the grievance coniuultee of the Har As-oeiutlnn. Vtioriiey chry-tie was in tlb.iuy jesterdny and Mr. Whitman said that Mr Chrytie would be back on Wednesday. The (irand Jury will probably lake up the Thaw Inquiry the day following Mr. Whitman said that there was no enl ob-tnele to Thaw'- appearing before the 1 irand Jury nnd that the .lu-tic would charge that Thaw's tctminuy -honlil I... taken lor what It tu- worth and that In uppeariiuee would hnve no hearing 011 tin question of hl sanity II Thaw Is called he will probably be one of the last witnesses The others to go iielore the Cirand Jurj. Mi. Whitman .villained, will be the persons who liiive testified before the Investigating .oniinltlee ill Albany. Whether or not John Nicholas Aiiluit vtill hi. culled depend- on I .--1 U'lo 11 j of othr witnesses ThHvv's writ of habeas eorptis. Ins Pitest move to get out nf Mutteawau, eot.ies up before Justice (ilegerieh on IhiirsdH BILLS AFFECTING THAW FILED. One Priu'liles . Inerrae . Inry Trial, 11. 1 1 her .Indent' riMfi-. Al.nt.NV, March S. -Two bills bearing upon the Thaw cake were introduced in the Htiiln Senate to-night Tho llfst, put in by Senator James I) Mel lellaud, Democrat, of Manhattan, provides lor 11 jury trial "after three years hnve elapsed in cases wluire the defendants have beep committed to State asylums by a trial Iodize after an acquittal bv a iurv iidoi. I the ground of the insanity of the do. fondant," nnd if the jury llnds the de. fendant's insanity no longer exists ho shull be discharged upon this verdict witnout further detention John X. Anhut, the NVvv York attorney named as tin. man who offered lr. John Husn-ll, stierintendenl of the Mnltenwau Asylum, a bribe of SZO.lxm lo release Thaw, I sani on 1 lift stand neiore me prone com miltee. that he intended to try lo gel the legislature, lo uiss ti bill giving Tlmvv the right ol trial by jury. Senator McClelland sjivm the bill Is his own idea Senator Stilwell, Democrat, of The Hrotu, oliuirmtm ol the Senate Codes Committee, introduced a bill nt the sug gestion of Attornny-fionurnl Carniody. which amend section '.'.(11:1 of the code of civil Procedure bv nroviding thai wher.. the court makes a final order that u ie, son 1 1 I., ......II.. 1. 1 . 1. .'.. .. . ,t ...mu.t. in.,, in., ... m .11 w. mined lilts order shall bo coticliisivti evidence, upon u lieuring or any sulmiMiuent proceeding involviiiK a detention of the same person, of all the facts determined by the court, unless such Mnnl order shall specify other wise. Illlor llrporlrit na "f nilrslrnhle," 1 Ska r ll.L, Wash , March it. iosiih l.ltnr I leader of the Lawrence, Mass, Iiulunrlal Workers of tho World strike, wat, deported from Canada nfi an "undesirable" person when he reached White Hick. H. (.'.. ac cording to advises rerelvert here to-day CbtruciKMiuroinerePecorai EquipfnontK HltOOKt.V.V ,m KBTIBEMKNTS, rr AWAriAM". BROOKLYN. N. Y. Announce: The First Showing of "PAMGREEN," the new color silk to be worn to-day by Mrs. Wilson in her Inaugural Gown WE HAVE THE HONOR of showing to day to the public for the first timein a window dis play the new color silk to I writ be worn Dy mrs. wusun in the inaugural gown when she becomes to day "The First Lady in the Land." "Helen' Pink," named after the daughter of President' Taft, "Alice Blue," named for the daughter of President Roosevelt, and "Nell Rose," a compliment to the daughter of Mr. Wil son, must now give way to "Pamgreen," for Mrs. Woodrow Wilson during the inauguration day ceremonies will wear this delicate shade of green, thus conferring upon it an exclusive distinction which will make jt the color of the season in this country. Every one will be in terested in what the new President says and does, but women all over the world will be intensely curious about what the wife of the President WEARS. We are very glad, therefore, to be able to show the new color in a window display, appropri ately arranged for public appreciation the first showing of the kind, we believe, in the country, of this distinctive color which will influence fash ion the world over. "PAMGREEN" The new color is a most exquisitely soft and delicate tone of green and named Pamgreen (pronounced Parm green) by the makers. The window itself is a most interesting one,with almost life size photo graphs of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, specially pro duced for this occasion. A beautiful figure of Columbia appears, pre senting to the new Presi dent a great armful of American Beauty roses. Sp e c i a 1 arrangements had to be made to se cure the silk in time for this elaborate showing. The new color is pro duced in two styles of silk which will be sold here at very moderate prices: Satin Charmeuse, 40 inches wide, at $1.98 a yard. Satin Liberty, 36 inches wide, at $1.35 a yard. The quickest mid easiest way to roach Brooklyn' Great Store is by Brooklyn Subway Express direct to the Abraham & Straus private .Station at Hoyt Street 17 minutes from Grand Central Depot. I