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Cloudy, probably locajhgwers and warmer to-day; fair to-mgrtftw; variable winds. Detailed either reOrt,wlll be found on rRe IS. UtL VOL. LXXX.-NO. 260. NEW YORK, 'SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1913.- CopvrlsM, 1913, t'V ' M Primf-p and l'ublitihlnt) Aa.ioilntfotl. 76 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. air ARMY PARADES s Hi- Honor. Happy as a Hoy, Clu'ors and Hows With Pride. 11.JM1I .M F.X IX LIXK CHURCH BARS MISS MILHOLLAND no((in I nltnrlnnn 4ln Prohibit Speech h Sin, llosr I'nstnr Mnkrt, IIostos, May 17. Mls Inez. Mllhol Iniicl nml Mrs. P.oso Pastor Htol.-s have been barred as speakers lit the Arttne-1 rl'" f,.r.:'rt..'!1.,'.ri'h; A 'Vr1'""1 Crowd Inside ill Panic When BARBERS SHOOT UP A BROADWAY SHOP ?Utt (ior .00 Vehicles and 1.000 lloi'M's Make It a (treat Paueant. HALF A MILLION LOOK ON Fire Commissioner .Inlnivnii lPa,U 15V liiH Kilwards a Notable Feature. from t ho pulpit of that chinch to.tnor- row ntt.tit M, tit.. ........... ....n ' r.. .... MKiir'll lll ll.,, from tin ro.itrum in Ford II.UI .is a re Kitlt of tin- tvftiv.it of tho church trus tees to penult iiu'tn to tutk on woman suffrage nml socialism in the Fnttarlnn edifice. The barring of the two prominent women leaders has caused a Mir In the Arlington street congregation. The speeches, hml been arranged as inr. of the programme for the annual anni versary week, which begins to-morrow, anil since the action of the i.hurih trusters became known In rnltnrt.in clrcle.M attacks have been niad- on th"ni by the so-called "radicals" In the de nomination, one of these Is the itev. John Hayn"s Holmes, pas'or of tin Church of the Messiah In New York. In an article In the I'liffarbin .trfroncc Mr. Holmes calls the action of the trus tees "the lnuttil tyranny of Hoton Cnl- 1 tarlans." I In reply to the.-ie attacks John Mason ! Little, one of the trustees, .said' "The discussion of the proposed pro gramme led us to decide that ft wns much better suited to a secular plat form thnn to a church pulpit." Mullets Cni.sli Tliroimh Whitlow. tEbe o-dax? Consists of Six Sections, as Follows: !FT. SLOCUiffl TROOPS START FOR HAWAII ATLANTIC ICE MOVING SOUTH. ATTACK ANOTIIKIl FLACF. i Drives Them Out Willi Wnzor 1'pner Wot Side Shops Itaidetl. GtP'rul News -Spnrtin? 5prrijl features, Real I'.s (ate Financial, CircUnj Poultry . . . FOURTH -Pictorial Mataiine I'cifiRii. MutaJt. lam ion!. Hooks. Qii;nc.. School! ProbVnn Sotitty.Art. Drama, Music. Resorts FIRST SFCOSD THIRD FIFTH I'd EM . 16 rtiller.incn to Leave Moruhm- Over Pennsylvania. This Total SUNDAY PARK COURTS TO PUNISH "SAVAGES" I Mnjristrntes JH11 Sit To-day at the Arsenal and McOnwn's Pass Tavern. Myor Gaynor took his nineteen prln r!;l departments and spread them ' Along Fifth avenue and Hroadwny from the Washington Arch to Eighty-sixth treet yesterday, so that Pn and Ma Knickerbocker and all the kids could pee for themselves exactly how their city If run and what they have been pttin for their money. New York had never seen anything Ilk" yesterday's 'civic parade. It was i n moving picture budget show reeled 1 off for six miles before half a million Twi) (o,0. eomtn nrp ,o bp Pet.Vors. There was everything In It ii.(i Central Park to-day to deal f-om HIg BUI Edwards to the newest with park "savages." the designation dovue for Oslerlzlng mosquitoes. I Riven by Mayor (iaynor to those per- a. an eMinsltion of the brawn nnd ' "ho destroy park property by v., . r.nin.e.i in l,,n h.mse for .VOoO.. , breaking shrubbet y. trampln..; over the ' ,, , ' , , ., ' greensward and Uttering the lawns with Oi") it compelled nttentlon for three Iiiprr oMu,r r(,fU(F nours ana h iihii in ien on-i ...i..ua.., T, ,.stabllhment of these courts weather Is unprecedented. It Is Intended to 'n plain figures, there wete nearly show that the city administration Is dc r r) men in the munlcltml armr , tennlned to protect the parks from ;l -l? If nu want the exact figure. wete polished up a bit because t. -. v,in:el to look their lies! lxfore t M ivnr .mil the people, but they ,i.iii' J n about the same trim as that : wiKh. th" do their ordinary day's W I K h'lrnnrii l.rnil Whj. A tiird of (lie lire fyrcu marched as 'he ,m ,n the rtrst parade of that ser. Sulking barbels boiled Into Ilroad- ' ' jh way at ":3n last night nnd fired shot through windows of n shop crowded with patrons where barbers refused to Join them. About seventy-five strikers stormed the (hop of Kdward Heubner at '.'.V.rt Itroadway. nar the. Nlnety-slMh Mreet subway statlun. Klght barbers weie at work la the shop nnd the wall were lined with other customors waiting their I turn. A spokesman demanded loudly that the eight barbers lay down their razors and shears and Join them. When the ! eight refused the spokesman returned j to the street nnd told his fellows. The crowd outside pressed against the window and began to Jeer. In a moment I Jeers were followed by sticks nnd small ' stones rattling against the shop but not coming hard enough to break the win dows The eight barbers kept on shaving, whereupon one of the strikers un limbered u revolver and his companions ducked to give his bullets right of way over their heads. The strikers fired three shots In rapid succession. The bullets smashed through the window at an upward angle nnd crashed Into the celling at the rear of the shop. lustantl barbers their knees, while men with brows , (',.V )KI II I. MS I'. LI wnite as tne tamer on tneir cnin pmu out of the barlnr chairs and made for J coats, collars, ties and hats. . i. ..i, :i , llvb!n t,ii. M . Ill" iiioi f ........ flitter Seneca enils Wireless Warn-J mat nr iieenn Hercs. Nnwroiu, H. I., May 17. A message reached the naval radio station tiere this afternoon from the revenue cjtff J ISO Artillemncn to Leave M0" wn,e" pal(1 ""' w" ln Nortl' . Atlantic th'oan Is mining rnpldly s nitli. The message reported the southern nnd western berg limit at noon on May II as latitude IH; II, longitude 43:01. Wasiiinmston, May 17. Asslstann'hlef tTI I N IN KOI'll SFCTION'S (i' "' t,"-vlmll!-''1 "f I'nitcii states I ' ' ' i revenue Outlet- service to-night slid re- j carding the lee tloe reports of the rev enue cutter Seneca; "Thete Is nothing to create appro- i lienslon In the dall tcirts which we are ncelvlng from th" cutters p.ittollng I the southerly limits of the Ice tloe. The I I Seneca's report reieivid at Newport J i Tu n li i in. 1, ,! unit ftt'fv riiivl ii- niierv- to-dny Is not regarded as alarming and j.Men rtillv Kiiiiiied nnd d'eady for Any Kind of Service. TARIFF TO MAKE LIVING CHEAPER Sim's" Analysis of New Seliednlos Proinhcs Lower Prices. SWKKPIX(J COST (ITS Whole Family lo Uenefit From Top . Toe hy Ifednclions. Fenders or ncusdeahn ti'.b do not rccehe all o) Ihtss sedions ni7 confer a jator on "The Sun" by notify ini the Publication Department at once ft the phone (2200 Btekman), and the mijsini sedions ttill be promptly j foruarJed, if possibl: 50MENTAKE LONDON THEATRE BY STORM i ... ..... i imen from Fort Sloctim will start on a the position of tne ice is not unreason- i Ispeilal train from .leti-ey City via thej'tl'Ie." I IVnnuvlMiolii II iilr.i:i,l ni 1 1 ; n.". o'clock ' ' I this m'ornlii!:. They are hound for San WOMEN ACCUSED OF SMUGGLING. I Francisco, whence they will be trans- j I rriinil il ItneU tin ltelilrnl. 11 ll ' ILVONO.MY IN FOODSTl'KFS r rrnl to Honolulu. "Its Jut like this." said an nimy of ficer last night, talking fi mil Fort Klocum. "Of course we don't expeit n claMi with .Inpati. but this country doesn't Intend to take any chances. If war should lie declared the first place j that the Japanese would nttack would l be the Hawaiian Islands, Thnt's why, j 1 suppose, the defences will be strength ened there." The troops which will start west on their long journe. to-day nte the Fourth Artillery Corps. They will be under command of dipt J. L, Hober's. The order for th. mov-nvnt was re- lie I'rMneenteil. Hosto.n, May 17. Treasury agents, beie hae received Information concern ing the alleged smuggling frauds at the port of Itoston, which may Involve sev- eral prominent Hack Uay women and c.iubo u reopening of the Crnnd Jury Inquiry, which was supposed to havo been closed. Hpeclnl Agent Chandler admits that his latest Information gives the smug gling case such a turn, but refuses to say who Is Involved and who furnished the facts. He said his Information came from two Hack llay dressmakers. An Investigation has shown that the facts are apparently t.t The women who tlrst "lipped" Chandler did It of their Itiii'ileiis iu All Walks of Life Lifled When Hill He roines a Law. A comparison of the present tariff en articles of general use, which have some bearing on the high cost of living, with the proposed duties on the same articles In the schedules which have passed the House of Representatives and are now before the Senate Indicates that Mr. and Mrs. Consumer are going to have their burdens lightened In providing food, drink and shelter for themselves cived at Fort Slocum I mm the War ; own free will and said their reason was , um u ti,P ilt0 Consumers. ! Salter Hansen's Force. Driven, From the Uarriek After Hloody Fiuht. IN .1 All. in one granu scramoie partly unnvni nnd unshaven wedged out Into the street I to make for safety, The park police courts were decided I '", ..V , .. ',''. " ' .lo 1 ... .... , . ..." illlll Ud lUt'M Llini lUi-d'tliril" M.-. ...'(! -i- further spoliation. Warnings) have lieen tried In vain. ter Down Doors: Many Injured. upon after a conference attended by Maoi- (Iaynor. I'olice Commissioner Waldo nnd Chief Magistrate McAdoo. dni' of the things decided upon was to non-striking barbers were bent on bat tle, which, however, was far from the minds of the crowd boiling out of the shop. The strikers tied nnd got uway. Two-thirds of the whole police ,,ne of the M:c: scim a -quail oi policemen am aetec- i wh nQ llce , nTrv!il Klr ttlKh-. ties irom outside .recincts lo tne puru A cn) of strlk,rF SUpp(,SPlj to have to arresi violators ii iop onj.ounees. These lH?etiieti will wear plain clothes. The regular park policemen will be on to protect certain Hoston dressmakers j whose reputations are beyond question. As far as can be learned the Hack May women Involved In the case Im ported gowns for themselves through the Influence of persons on the docks. CAN'T FLY WITHOUT LICENSE. .Yen l.nn In Miissnchnaelt llrgu Inteo Aerial Tratel. Hoston. May 17.- .V bill to regulate the operation of flying machines hns been signed by (Jov. Foss. It will go Into effect on Juno lo. The measure makes It unlawful for M'ctlons with nine cars ti the section, any person to operate an air craft un There was a gr-at scurrying In the licensed to do so by the Massa ...... ... chusetts Highway Commission. No 11- rallrcn.l yards last night to get the M )o Brantl, ,e .,. cars In readiness for the long trip. piUant has passed nn examination by All the artllleiytnen will go fully 1 the Highway Commission, to Include a ' Might of not less than 100 miles in a j Departeinnt two days ago and there have been liwly tlmee at the fort since then getting ready for the dep irf.ire. The troops will leave the fort, two nillfs from New Itochelle. eally thl morning and will be taken direct to the Adams i:prosH pier at the I'ennyl- ' vanla llallroad's terminal In Jersey City, i iirders for special transportation for 1 the troops were not anticipated by the railroad official. ,s one of them ex press"d ll late Jast night, they were "rather sudden anil un xpected." The train will be made up Into four) iptrml '.i'V lrlite, r.i Tnr fis Lomhin, May 17 - After n desperate tight. In which sticks nnd hammers were us-eu ireeiy unu n.orc mou ; .... i (,,,u.ipr, ed off seneles, . . ,,.,.., ... .... ,., ii.. standard tye of machine. i,n innja im of th. same cniiin ob- i combatants was arrl sembled In front of the .Imp of H. Salter Hansen, the Chicago theatrical I rAnmvM , , 1;lst MraMsUMon lo No maclilne. '".f" m Heunner. wno a no eiaucp w '"" I man who obtained possession o. w io.9iuwi constantly I 3 ooo feet or ov r a tV.wn at an altitude TSe c ne o;rVhoJi;rni,rrl-k Th',a,r" lMXy ""T" " 1 of '"" than 00 fceL low the scene of the shooting. At ". ... M,.if ,i,er ... nrevent Arthur 1 ... . .. ti..,ii.nr- own luirbers were sn D HE . . 1 01 Ule nrnup. Ill ceo- war was uirc.n- 1 line o: ine .,i:ijisir,iieH win iik:Ti wie e c. niposed a !: mild rear gunid, .rseiial and the other nt Mctownu I ; a between dUNiou after ill' lsion Iis Tavern If the weather 1 a ..mated how the streets are cleaned, plea-ant as It was last Sunday and the r. ridges built nnd kept, the parks visitors are . careless a they were r.- n .lined ami upbuilt, the docks nnd tt.eu each Magistrate will have a busy '-r'.es conducted, according to twen- s, .sum '. century notion.: what s being ., p-ls .r.er may urge the ,,'d excue i k' ,.,.h,. ihm the lead, rs not 'pending the nlglit in a ceii in tne h i. .r,.ns,i,. nn,i u , believed Secretary r.e for the citys' health, the' clty'i ,,f Knowing of the park ordinances. nnly , of ,. ;,,, i,t ti,0 whole street pollie station, ilinrged with rnali- i-.,.,,,, intends to follow out the pru : - 'be city's ward"; how money 1- At . .er p.trk entrance there will be croud tu-ned tnll and disappeared . I .'.vn lug threats of violence against Hour- ; ,.,.,. i,lch was suggested ihen by .-.g saved tck.d up .ally this in'Tiilng a big. itro.',dwn with H Heubner waving his lhl,.r ! the army board. The mo enirnt of the 1 iere was wie iniiniim 01 0.10 . yi.,o .ki in i.ii.iiM. 110.10 .no, ...1....0 , j-ajrnr In vlrtnrv I he poss artrr rout- j,. ,,, Hothsilulil nml ill' liourcmer 1-.- -eMIng parades in that rolurnn. g.c:ng i-o Intimation that lawbreakers j 1 ... rntered his shoo again and ,,lir,.i t,..i1nv to Fnsom to the home. ... .. . r. , T . .. .1 . 1 .. and shavln. but when the strikers' Uourchler riom proumin, i rne, the force would be doubled. spokesmen e ntered hre they found an- Hothschlld's play "Criesus. was driven i Th() Rr(a,lst llK.r,.ilSl. fron, a defen other variety of Heubner ()Ul f the playhouse to-day by Hour- ,,nrtI1(1mi it wa pointed out last It Heuhner, backed up by his falthfol (.hI(.r ,, als,un,M. Hansen Is f l) w.ou,(, ,)(, ,n , Art,ory lu l , 1 , , TV, . 1 VI ,.. spending the night In a cell In the ine BIDDLE TO GIVE WEEKLY BOUTS. Miynr tlaynor, ln the company of w ill be arrested to-day. but ti Ulnc what i s CommlHsioners and distinguished the law is about park defacement. lrrds, reviewed his arms of workers aj c.u h of the entrances un attendant from tht centre stand of three that .win (all attention of visitors to the "ond In front of the Public Library In 1 placard, other attendants will patrol Mfth uvenuo from Fottleth striei to ' the park and will wh.tle for a isillce-Korty-eecond street. ' man when they see any violation of There were palpable Indiajatlons that j park t-gtilatlons. ! - wus enjoying one of the happiest i .lay of his life. He was in the mer- I lest nf moods. He joked with the. womn nnd ho patted his Commission-! ... ere on the back. Inquisitive small boys ITe-.lde.nl hnrrhlll l'n. Iteallhr found favor with htm. Uveti the! I'ulc hrltuile hoe Kradlllnn. rhotographers found him nmlable be-: ..j n onltt rather a teacher had the razors after whispering something to W their batteries. From first o I niil in ltttd of red cheeks than the the half shnven customers. Then they 1hi he mut have shaken hands gayly ' w1m, f encyrlnjiiedln." President imt on their coats and walked out with w:th I0i people who surged to cumpll- 1 'riiomus W. Churchill of the Hoard of ! the strike leaders amid cheers from Lie ROSY TEACHERS PREFERRED. the barbers went on shaving, , ,,f Judge Huekulll. who granted the In- All durrng the afternoon the strikers I tt.rm, injunction giving Mr Hansen pos continued to annoy the iippr West Side ' .Jstlin r,f ,. theatre Thy n.-terted bosses and their men, They Hooded Into ,"fr,. the Judge that the Injunction was the shops of Charles . i.rmKey at .-"i r,t,talned by misrepresentation and tne West Nlne'y-slxth str.et and of James . r,.,.,.'lmf.,i it. ..s soon as Judge Kls!-e at l.j west iuisi street anu ue mnr.ded that the men Join them. Hut the barbers employed by Hrlnkey and Klssell have learned the new way of get- artillerymen from Fort Slocum v uld seem to indicate this. Recommendations of the General Inn Hnxliiu Intrhe tnr Snelel In Unlet Hoof (inrilen. I'liu.U'Kt rnu. May 17. Anthony J. Drexel Hlddle Is to berome n regular light promoter. Heretofore Tony has entertnlncd members of society with private bolng matches each week. Ills season was ai.nost over and he whs about to bring to nn end 'he pri vate bouts which hne been held ln the Staff concerning the Hawaiian I-Innds i '"" gymnasium. .i me rtquest 01 'illlll. ill ins rowi ,J iiioiuo, i.vn.c., he has arranged with the proprietors of the St. James Hotel for the use of the ting around the strikers. ln these two shops the barbers did lluckntll's decision was announced liourchler telephoned to n friend In Lon don and Immediately n gang of tlfty lusty commissionaires, who hail been held In readiness, rushed to the theatre. Half a dozen commissionaires em went htm. a, OOII In llerleiTlnK Mum!". There were 3,000 people packed In Hie reviewing stands shortly before ' 3fl P. M., when the Mayor, accom 1 mld by Mis. Haynor and I'olice 1 rnmssoner Waldo, drove up from the S' ith and lifted his tall hat to the '. iiiapplng and the cheers. Hehlnd the Mayor's car trotted his mounted escort on their fine bays l.'."u Imvo McCarthy and forty-eight 1 ,,.n ,,f the association, had asked him ifivdrynieii riot to be equalled outside I to about books In the hope, he ' tegular ai my. I supposed, of convincing the teachers i nomas 1, . 1 iiurenui 01 in.- huhh. ... - - - -Kdiicntlon told the Assi:liite Alumtue crowd outside. of Normal College yesterday. "A certain type of teacher seems to think she must study all summer, but Mie would be a better teacher If she spent her vacation rowing n boat or playing golf. There Is no reason why teachers should be divorced from health.' what is becoming common enougn now.i . , Hnn!4oU urrt. n the TU. man lu .l liMfll tlir.lr MllO.lf .'lilll , ' " ..... iix- limn .. ' .1. nml lhn' nr.. alflPf 11V lianSI'Ilf IIIVOU'I ! - secretary. Hill, and his manager, ll. P. Tower. Aline Vnllnndrl. a well known operatic singer who appeared nt Ham merstoln'H London Opera House last season, also was In the building. ScHng 1 lie neN; pari 01 wus iiiin is min - ...j i.nii ni.rli.il shaking hands all around to disappear the approach ''ftvrowd o b ill necked around the corner on one pretext or nn- . ommlslonnlres and detectives ! r . tried to get out und asked for police as- around the corner on one pretext Oilier anu vwo'll Hie numrip in.,.; m.-- - - ..,.oUll.l amienred on their cheering way the I sistance. but before this was possible "recruits" hurry back to the shop they have Just quit and take up their razors He exnlalued that he would much rather go, on talking Hbout practical things, but Mrs. S. J. Kramer, preal- ngaln nnd go to work. The strikers In the upper pnrt of town As the Mayor nnd Mrs. fhtynor capped from their auto McCarthy wutik his horsemen from column of f' - Into troop front. He barked a command. Forty-eight batons leaped " horizontal In salute. The bugler s' j'i bid n lung drawn, silvery call. The I ' ns Hashed back, the troop swung i" column of fours and went trotting i"wn the avenue just as the Mayor's Hag whs rtung out from the stand. i pile the chilling wind and drizzle 'i fink In the stands were making a 1y of It when the Mayor arrived, .'rv of them were friends or relatives I - . t am M,- paraders. Mothers, sisters and .MEXICO OBJECTS TO LAND LAW. 'hearts were there as giiesls of the, 1 " .mil very proud they were too or ' 'litiortunltlcH of the tiny. It takes that the president of the noaru was a wise man. President Dnvls of the Nor .al Col lege spoke of the work of the past year, dwelling particularly on the suc cess of student self-government. The girls themselves now do the proctorlng and the student council Is more mie cessful In maintaining discipline than the faculty ever was. He said that the effort to raise $100,000 among the alumna- for n new building whb meet ing with success. in .re Mian cold nnd il'imp to freeze the 1 isiiistn of a New York parade 1 ' wd. Notnble .Men There. I'roleal Kipeeled Aaralnat Sleaanre Adopted In Arliom, WAsiiisnTos-. May 17. It Is expected here that the Government of Mexico ui nit nt Washington n protest against the Arizona law prohibiting ownership T-e front rows of the central stand of land In that State by nllena lif e occupied by thn Mayor, his aids, '' members of their families and by men and women of consequence, There ii Cardinal Farley, Wallop David II. Tiie new law. which has been signed by (Joy. Hunt, absolutely prohibits own ership of land In Arizona by any alien, whether eligible to cltlzenanip or noi roamed at will yesterday without polio Interference owing to the police parade. Some of the bosses called up the lOOtn Btreet and other station houses nnd men were sent around, but always of coursj after the crowd had got nwav. Developments showed that the strike may not stop Its westward movetnant In Manhattan, but perhaps by Monday will have worked acrms the Hudson Into Northern New Jersey. One crowd of strikers josterday massed with much excitement In front of a barber shop opposite tiie Marl last fall were as follows: "The security of our naval base In the Pacific demands that the gnrrlon of Oaliu must be able to hold out at all hazards until our fleet can arrive In Hawaiian waters. This may be taken us forty days, assuming that the fleet Is not employed on another commission and that the Panama Canal Is open to Its use," M0 E SOT ANNOUNCED. roof garden, whcie he will stage his weekly bouts. On the o enlnes on which the boxing bouts are given the roof garden will be close,) to the public and only invited guests will be admitted. The hotel man ugement will provide 11 regulation twenty-four foot ring with ringside chairs. The tight participants will be boys from the Hlddle Hlhle classes, where the young society man Is teach ing what he calls "athletic Christianity." CADET FALLS FROM MASTHEAD. War tleimrlinent llml Told of Onl Tito Conipuule. lining West, WASHtMiTON. May 17. Army authorl- Sehoiilsliln Boy Uesened hj- Cnl ties In Washington have Insisted that 1 lentcnen After rlmmr Intn ItUer. the only movement of troops from Fast- 1 ,,1LAPE,.Pim Mav l7.-,Iust before ern posts to the Pacific was that of the ,.,,., ;ali..i .Mmolshlu j two companies of Const Artillery or- A(,ams from 10 LoaB1,o isiam the enemy made the onslaught. Two Beaten I'lironselona. The doors were liattered down with out Into theatre-iook reiuge 111 me """ not neon nnnouncei ny ine war jilimc which they barricaded wiin ennirs .111.1 1 ,,nrtment nnd their remnvnl iin.s not t'opeland and fifteen other cadet!) were furling n sail when the foot rope rte doors were liattered down with- ,iered from Fort Washington, Maryland, t Navv V(r() , y ,u,r Mlmmor mise delay and the Invaders swarmed ! to Hawaii. The sending of the detach- . ' ,,' r0I,P wiUI.Vui Copeland. one of the the foyer. The defenders of the , ment of 30n mrn from .ort slocum has cnd(,tJ narrowly ,.sr1)(.ii death In a itre-took refuge In the box off ice. not Wpn announcwl by the Wnr De- ,)llm from n. masthead. tables. Here they held out for a time, hrPI, mentioned n. under comtemplatloti. but several of the gang hired by liour chler wielded heavy hammers against the door of the box office nnd forced an entry. The defenders were roughly thrown out. Hill. Hansen's secretary, was struck) In the bnck by one of the hammers ALL WAITS ON JOHNSON. .Nothing tn Be Done 1'alll lie lias Marneit the Land Bill. borough-Hlemhelm at Hroadway and 1 Tower wns subjected to much the same ThIrty-sUth street where half a dozen I treatment nnd one of the commission men were at work. Spokesmen for the aires belonging to the defend ng forces crowd entered the shop and demanded , was stretched senseless and bleeding on and kicked and beaten by the others' Washington, May 17 The Japanese until he fell unconscious. ,ihhiik'-i summon ni;nm wuimi uu " to-dav so far as the reuerai liovernmeni is concerned. It lins been definitely Liner. Dr. John II. Flnlcy. president of Though It wns understood to be the In t e city College; Henry W. Tuft, Cor- tent of the Arizona Legislature to 1 ins Vnnderbllt. Mr and Mrs. Jnmcs 1 exclude Asiatics from the land by this , yer, Col. Daniel Applelon, Claieiico measure, It wns so sweeping In Its terms M iuty, Miss Inez Mllhollnml, Horough J as to apply to Mexicans In that State. 1 evident McAneny, (Jeorge T Wilson, Theru are a Inrge numlier of wenlthy Umry Clews, Kdward Laiiterbach, the 1 Mexicans, who though retaining their U- .Lrnst M. Stlres of St. Thomas's, 1 Mexlcnn cltlzonshlp reside In Arizona f .tnmlssloner.M Waldo, Tliompson, Led-' mid own property there. The new Inw f ' Driimmond. Deputy Pollen Com-luivm idem five years In which to dla- li'sloners Dougherty, Jchay nnd i"!lon nnd numerous others easily to ! dent Hied, Vs far as one could see up nnd dnwnlnro not many .Tnpanos In that State in avenue the sidewalks were crowded....... vprv ftw nf them are nf the land ... 1. ... l...ll.tl.. .....11 TI..., ....-l','V. . - . . . 11 turn in oiiiiiiuit, ...in. umi ""', holding class, mnsmucn ns ine Arizona iinsn of such property holdings, The Inw also will oust n number nf Chinese wh;i own land In Arizona, There "un pretty much nlong the whole route fi-uii Washington Square up In Highly 1 xHi street, and It was readily estl- Conflmiert on Eighth Page. law applies tn nil aliens without any ex ception It is believed here that any Mexi can protest will bo disregarded. Several States already have such lawa. that the half dozen barbers Joined them while outside the crowd yelled Invitation- to quit. The workmen, looking scared, Anally Joined th strikers out front. Two po licemen Anally hove In sight nnd mado for the mob. Tho strikers scattered and escaped trouble and then exultlngly escorted the six new recruits to one of the strike headquarters. Despite the statements of the leaders thnt tho strikers would not return to work until every Manhattan boss barber was ready to grant the strikers He me the floor by a terrible blow on the fore head, blood flowing from the wound In sufficient quantity to leave a vivid me mento of the struggle from the lobby to the exit for the curious to guze upon later. Mile, Vallandrl was not Injured In the light, as the Invaders respected her sex nnd offered her no violence. Arthur Hourchler, having arrived from Kpsom while the battle was In progress, took up his position at a window of the Heefsteak Club, directly op)ioslte the theatre, and watched the affray with grltn satisfaction ........ .an.n,nnlal I'fl. nT IIIUIIUO, ,c ........... -. .... . ... ..., ,,, .,, bosses' association on this side of the 1 ,.,, ... river vesterday seemed to think that K'omplete he sallied forth and drove o river yesterday the end of the strike Is near, BIO STEAMER HARD AGROUND. Tn With SI eel llavraer Starts tor One Near Cape Iluee, Norfolk, Vn May 17.The tug Hes cue of the Merrltt-Chapman Wreckln Company left lo-nlght with nearly 1,000 feet of ateel hawser on her deck to as slst the HrltUh steamer Olace llay, ashore near Cape Itace. Tho Itesoue is a powerful tug and has made several trips ncross thn Atlantic. The Olaco Hay. 442 feet long, wn built nnly Inst year She In reported to he hard airround and has so far re sisted the efforts of other tugs to pull hr.?Jnto deep water. the Carlton Hotel to report the nffalr to Dr. do Hnthschlld while his men es tablished themselves In the theatre, the lobby of which looked like a shamhles and the box oflicn a wreck. Hansen's Benson for Ills Klstht. Suiter Hansen arrived on the scene In an automobile Just at this time, nnd finding the enemy in possession hnd tn content himself with hurling fnrth voluble threats addressed to the world at large, telling nf what he was going tn do against Hourchler nnd the nuthor of "Crcpsus." When he was restored to n certain amount of calm he made the following statement: "The renson I do not wnnt to have determined that tho answer to tho Japa nese protest against the California alien land hill shall not le transmitted to Ambassador Chlnda until the measure, complained against has actually become law. So far as tho Administration knows to-nlghl. Oov Johnson haH not yot affixed his signature to the bill. There Is considerable wonder hero ns to why Oov, Johnson does not carry out his announced intention to sign thn bill. The President has no intention of com municnlinr; further with tho California Executive nnd considers the Governor's message to Secretary Bryan as the final After ! word so fnr as his intentions nro con cerned. It is felt, hownver, that it would ho the part of wisdom tn await tho actual broke. All except Copeland threw them eelvi over the yard arm and hung there. Copeland fell Into the water, but fellow cadets resetted him. The accident was only tho first of s day of mishaps. The vessel went nground In the channel and two lugs are now trying to pull her off. SULZER ENDS SICKLES'S JOB. New Monument Commission I Ap pointed h- Ciovernor. Ai.ba.vt. May 17, Gov. Stilzer slcned to-day Senator Frnwiey's bill which nhollshes the Stnte commission presided over so long by Gen. Daniel K. Sickles. It had charge of erecting monuments nn the battlefields of Gettysburg, Chat tanooga and Antlftam. A new commission of three civil war veterans wus appointed to-day by the Governor to act with Adjt.-Gen. Ham ilton nnd continue this work. Col. Clinton Heckwlth of Herkimer, Cnl. Lcvwls n. Stegman of Brooklyn and Col. George H. Loud of New York city will make up the new commission. Continued on BUeth Pag. .. I ! - ,.f . 1... I, HI Iw.f,, r..r.1t.lr. , .x 1 1... .Japanese protest. Othcrwlso the Federal i BULL LEFT DEBTS OF $110,752. Government would lie in the aot of giving formal recognition to a matter that has not yot been finally consummated. At tho Japanese emluissy there Is the same attitude of waiting. The Ambassa dor has nn present intention of calling upon Mr. Hryan until he lias received a roply to thn protest of tils Government against tho California hill. The Ambas sador understands, however, that the Presldont desires to wait until Ihe Cali fornia hill has become a law by means of ConfliiMCd on .Vlnfi Page, Iron Hteamlinat to Coner HUnd. Rpai-lal trvlc from I'lcr 1. N. H, Sunday, May llth. Broker's Son Lost Portnne In the ContraetlnK Business, William Lnnm'nn Hull, Jr., who died on January 23, 1S12, and was the son of William L. Hull, head of the fitook Exchange Arm of Edward Sweet Co., left n gross estate of only 4,89l, and dehtB of 1110,752. Tho appraisal shows that the dece dent lost his money In the Hunting-Hull Comnnny. contractors, who owed the firm of Edward Sweet A Co. over 1208, 000 at tho time nf his death. Mr. Hull's heirs wore his widow, Matilda H. Hull nnd his daughter, Elizabeth Worthing ton Bull. A comparison of the present and pro poed duties has been made by Th Sf.v, which Is presented herewith. The comparison became rather difficult In some cases, for the reason that the duties Involved were neither both ad valorem nor both speclrtc, but In some cases an ad valorem duty hnd to be computed with a spcclflc und in others there was the added problem of tha compound duty, which is both ad valorem, or a percentage of the value of the article, and speclllc. which is a tax according to weight or quantity. ln these cases It was necessary to have experts In the various lines re duce one tax to terms of the other. The accompunylng tabic Is the first to Vie prepared along the lines stated since the pioposed tariff was announced. The table shows that the reduction Is sweeping not only on foodstuffs and ar- tliiea.of liotlitng but on drugs of evciy day household use. house furnlshltma and building materials. Even musical Instruments ought to be bought nt a much losver rate If the new tariff goes Into effect and results In the importa tion of merchandise In a sufficient quan tity to scale down the prices at home. Fnmiers Tools ('lienper. Mr. Consumer will buy his agricul tural Implements at n lower figure be cause the present l.'i per cent, duty Is removed and barrows, harvesters, reap ers, drills, ploughs, cultivators and mowers are all ndmftlid free. When he buys alcohol he will find the 20 per cent, duty removed, while the druggist wUl sell antitoxins at one-fourth the pres ent juice because the 25 per cent, duty H gone. Farmer Consumer can get his bag ging for the harvest less the 6-ln cent a square yard that Is now paid, nnd when the day's work Is done he can read a Hlble Imported free of duty which Is now taxed 2.1 per cent. When Farmer Consumer goes to town for borax he will find It cheaper because tne two cents n pound duty Is removed. Itran nnd wheat screenings are relieved from the 20 per cent, duly and put on the free list. Hrooms ought to be chenper because the 25 per cent, duty on broom corn goes. The winter's supply nf coal ought to cheapen through the reduction of 4.1 cents 11 ton on bituminous coal. An thracite Is on the free list under the present tariff. Corn loses Its duty of IB cents a bushel and Imports of meal will be available without the duty of 40 cents on 100 pounds. Flux straw loses Its duly of tU a ton. I'.ven to Shoe I, ores, Mrs. Consumer's supply of lard will be cheaper because the half cent a pound duty goes, anit the price or snoe laces will be affected by the lifting of 11 duty of 50 cents n. gross pnlr and n further duty of 10 ier rent, on the value. The removal of the 25 per cent, duty on liurness and saddlery and 10 per cent. 011 boots and shoes ought to send down the price, If the importation of fresh mcatB to this country follows the Incentive offered by the free list Mis. Consumer ought to buy her beef, veal, mutton, lamb und pork for I i cents a pound less and bacon and hams for 4 cents n pound less. Milk and cieani go on the free list with Ihe removal of 2 and 5 cents a gallon respectively. When Mr. Consumer buys tho nails or spikes to build his house the dealer will say that two-flfths ot a cent pound duty has been taken off. v.hlcn mnkes them cheaper than the last lot he bought. Lubricating oils will no longer be subject tn the duty of 25 per cent. Potatoes will be lower became the duty of 25 cents n bushel Is re moved, nnd Mrs. Consumer's supply of salt Is no longer nffected by the tax of 7 cents n hundrod pounds. Harbed wire loses its duty of three quortors of 11 cent n pound, while hewn or sawed logs, sided or squared, nre not subject to the present duty of one half cent a cubic foot. Hough hewn lumber In no longer taxed 20 per cent, and plunks nnd boards of moat general use for building purposes nre free and ought to be 50 cents per 1,000 ft cheaper. When the hog pen la built Farmer Consumer can Import awine to All It at $1.50 each less than nt present, while the hogs he raises will be sold for less because of the removal of the duty. Where Mrs. Consamer Oalua. Mrs. Consumer's umbrella lotes li per cent, of Its duty anther hunbantra . IW1 wu. 1 ni'i pK