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Cloudy, cooler and local rains to-day fatf to-morrow; brisk rtids. . Detailed weiiher reports will 1 o&MttS. VnL LXXX. NO. 275. BAR ASSOCIATION TO SiFT COHALAN CASE fiipiinlly Produces WIN nun i lii'i lo for .IiM ice's l.i'triil Sen ice--. AITI P I.AWYKK TWICE ';it Prom Account Hook Shows :,: Per Cent, of Profit I'initrctl On l. f rt.n A-s.k lit I liin .11 take lip tills ' c . il.it Supreme Court 'm'l F Coil'll'lll WHS a gr.Vftef i 'ii.it If:1 F. Murphy's If'KiVl , . n Tammany It. ill. The grlev . .nvu.i of tin- I'.ir Association i.i.nv (I by 1 i."lrlt Attorney t i ' .1 there Is little In John .- statements in far to war : :n 't u iirenvedlngs. but Hint there r -.tiiN t.-r 'lie a ii-ia'lnn to make .ii f v . i I Tnwiiscnil, chairman of the . iiiiittcr nf the liar Assuria a the il.iy vo.-tcid.iy studying A ' 1.1 T nf An n f '.iil, i .isiuift Justice I'olialati and n .-i Cunnollv's statements with . a'ln- ini!- Mr. Town-end, fol . ng -t ironclad mle of Ills comiiiit .I ..ti-il to say wli.it opinion he . . i.:..iiil or vw liu I his ooiniiiittce iu te.i led i do. The grievance committee .i tin t in'Nt Wedm-day and at iht't nuet.r.g i it- Cohalnn case Mill l,o ds- C n4i-tl '.' e ,:i.evj;ie coinr.i'.iti'i' would he in i . d ' iMnoiiie a request from Jus i e i'..li. um himself that an inquiry I- ni.un'. hut the Justice has not seen t, to marie It. Vesierday he declined titivthing iiinri' concerning the i isiie that Connolly was a '.nr ,', .i f.iid that Daniel I". Colialim as .nvi-r had rvi-r done anything more r lilm than h gul work. The .Justice nilr-iH tint Connolly has tilrked out one ! - I '.i ul to hun mill has tried to make iipp ar that that we the only fee e eer ii ild for professional service. ile sass .Uso that he know what Is hi k of tli,- charges' and that he wid .' evervhialy ! know when the time inn. Kir.- the present, he ay.. he If i ntiT.t to he a patient member of an ..r,iat. tit race. iiunoll- Strikes HneU. ' mnol'y. nfur digesting the ChaUn - anient that there was never a cent irratt .Tioney between thi'tn and that -. )3;'l.."ij n ceivcd by him from i'mi. ' was for prnfi'sslonal si-r ices in .Jirlously and honorably i emlii id, f ruck back at CohaJan ! pn.duclm; - hooks of the Vletor Hr-iit inu I'uni. any. Coholan's one hill f,,t icenl ht. ''n nnd a c-incelled iheek for !:''.o verlnc the work concerned. The -inks .how only one entry of money ; aid to V)halan for leal woi It. They show alfo various payments to areount of cash nad commission I yment.H worked out on the basis of per cent, of the profltH of the v 'tor He.ituitr fompany from con tr.rts obtained from the Horoitirh I'ren ' ' nllico and from the Department Water Supply, CJas and Klcrtrlclty inch Cohnlan's name does not ap 1 - Ul 'he hooks alons with the pay ;r. .prs recorded the entries tnlly In date 1 .iinoiitit with ronnolly's statements -miuit payments to fohalan. The fact It-, Connolly says, Daniel '. ' ilan was more cpen)w as a Tvver than lie was hh a liulnes as nte. p couldn't afford (.'ohalan i lsral advlacr. He hired no less in 'cun Individuals nnd tlrnis to do lsal work ilurinc the exisience or e Victor HeatlnK Company, from l!ilij 'T'lrt. cohalan's name l.s not in the " And he repeats emphatically that " main nss he had for Cohalnn was 'htain city contracts throiuh Co. n't Tunntany pull wpli city of- Ulreil l.nn,rr Ciihitlnn lnl Tn lee, ' "ha . in does not tell the truth when that his i.nly ielationn with j i-t(. those of a lawyer to a client. I 1 Cchalan hh a laityer Just twice. "'st time was hack In 1S!'S, when d .snnie family trouble, which '.inn has so Kriierously icferre.l to. '' r lit service I paid him iu," In r e (hcrks nuulo out to Colialnn Hros. ' wrro Indorsed by Danlol F. ''ii .ilai' In nn nftnr I made an arrangement '"i ' eh.ilan hy which he was to n- per cnt. of the victor MeatltiK "t'l' h proflta from all city work 't .is able to nut for me fieotKi' il.TU'ii, ntj of tho Incorporators of ' company, objected to the arranne "" tn,'rt'fo, broiiKht an action hiivn the ronipany dlcsolved. I knew ih.iLin had u deep Interest In ' 1 e.vH;i.j( 0f tno company, so T re. 'itiM Mm to act In the matter of the n '-oitmon anr) ln notiitnc- PH(,. ti,,, nvtfr was wettled hy arbitration. 1 ""ci t O'llanlon out. "A yorir later when I wmi paylntt Kraft "y ti Cohalnn I said to him: 'Whv n t you utvo mo a hill for your ser n that nunnlon matter'." He sent 9 hid for J250, I sent him u check lr - t'.A fllnni.nl . .1 1 . . . . . , wioiiKui nis c larire 'l" e m nr ii,iu none prac- J y nothing, hut I wanted tn get rid ' i tn. n' t, so r made no complaint." 'r r innolly jiroduced the bill and the " . vvhi, h aro reproduced this mom--" I1 e New York U'orW. '"""lull it l,osur- ns (ounsrl, ' "n.H.lered ( 'ohulan too much of n ( 'irj- a j,, a(lvlHer and thfrcafter 'Irtor Heating Company "' 'i awyer I went to othe- .men M'-esHivo sinca he had done prac ""'"r firms. The company had! ,A ""M matt, rs niinliing counsel. id m.mv contracts, iiur business ' id eVeral HtatesT There were often P'"h U'hi.n i 'ohalan had ncted for m i,1,ut,'I's his prlcn was ''Rh atil his attention too limited ' him v.ilunble to me ns a Inw " Hs UB (, un, ic( rPHI,B ' "dect'ne bills from the city. Aninng the lawyers I finployed were Continued on Second Pagt. A BOY PR0VESJ2UCLID WRONG. I M nil, l)e Whlrli Will Trlnert I'olrlirilrnl AnKlr. 'Mit.t.Kliii.,, ,liinfl 1.. Sydney A. .loss 6 yertis old, sttldtnt of tlie Cell "TI HIkIi Hchool, has Invnntod nn nnKle seitoi which Iibm been sulil by mathe ni.itlclans to be the flmt device nf Its Hind thit will divide a dihedral, trlhf- , oral or polyhedral ansle. I Heret ire experts have held Hint It was Impot-Mble to trlieot or bisect such !"ti niiul.., but dross's Invention lino I proved that Kuclld was wionn. Alnimir the iiiaihemallclans who hnvr iiMil the sector ntnl round It true me inf. ..imn,. k. Hrecht, I'rof. M. .1. H'ibli of the I'nlversltv of t'ni,vtvn.,.. ! I'rof .lonathan S 'itorer nnd Prof! David KiiKene Smith of Columbia I 1 nlvorsm. TrU-onometry studeut from the first coiiceptlun of atiKles by Kudemils, Cur pus of Anlloch ami Muclld have nc opted the Kcnernll?ed nil.. that dihedral, trihedral and polvhedral itnsles wcie Impossible of section, MKed uncles, curvilinear nnlen nnd those mens,, ie,l between the lltieH form im; the ansle ami the tmiKcnt at th point of Intersection Vet bel'eved to be Impossible to divide Cross's device was mado In ten days after he begun the study of the proh lem. He made an apparatus of card board shaped llku an elRht pointed star. This is divided Into four compartments nloiiK two main aes. teach of the eonipaitnient.s Is divided Into elsht sub dlvl.slon.s nml the polntx are nil Joined together m that it complete setles of recta unlet., which may be moved' about by the means of tlevlhlo hlnces, Is formed. The device is of uc to nrchltect" who must decide wip-ie the sii)port for columns nr pillni In a huildlns opera- lion must tie. Hy It surveyois can trl- I sect land without resorting to the pro tractor, which has been used for years, although only approximately nccurntr. CRAGS CATCH MAN 60 FEET DOWN PALISADES Wedy;eil ltd ween Kncli. He Is Itexrtied. Itnilly Hurt. Witli a Sc.'ilinir I.adtiiM'. Two iiiutiK men went down the face of the 1'ahs.ides at H'eehaw ken yester. dty niornlng wuh a scaling ladder to ' tescue a mm wedged between two crags sixty feet below the edge of the cliff. It i tool; them an hour to dislodge him nnd ' arry htm back up the perilous height. ' He er.uM not tell how he came to be ! there in- how long It had been. ! He was taken to the North Hudson I Hospital. Hi- left mm Is broken and he liny he injured Internal!) , althoiigh It t -al.l 'ie will recover l lecoM.r. lie sun neiiioe.o.. ..i- ... . ... is ...... .mil ne Iks, a bookkeeper. 25 . doing their utmost to In Ip negnt.ate the J i.it he llwd.at SM Hast ' loan. ,1B,,ftnftn , . .My The police say; The neod of 5l0.000.Oan ,o meet the was Ruben MnrUs years old, and til liMih striet this ihf-v found In one of h.s lout pockets I nfilleflt lilellliil'l,!,. nf m.-i-eiifi. I,. ls!ll ., ...i.iiji.. The men who risked their lives tn I save Marks aie F.dvv.ml Heiner of MS Mnv.ck::r,:', r d wTm .t.-icker of 4.1 Hudson avenue. West i New York. They were coming along owned railroad would go into thu hands the lludsmi Itc'llev.ird at 3 n'cloeit in 'of receiver". the morning and were making the sharp ' Hankerv and lawyers we-e in consul tuin at what is called King's Bluff when ; tation at vnrinus tmes in the murs' they heard groans. i of the dav, and last evening there One of them went to a trollcv shed 1 si nned every likelihood that no un half a mile away and brought back a ; toward circumstance would develop, searchlight They plaved it along the j The understanding Is that the Jin,, face of the locks but still could See nno.OCin of notes due to.ili.v will be met nothing. Then, helping each other, they with cash and that the bankers will went down twenty feet, hugging the . ffer for sale the new notes whtei. ..., .I.iggeu ;:l.r,:::ar:..rwl,ni;::;Mir,,lwh h,m,:!f,aI:,:,,crg'T,n;hw in. aim of a mati stliklni. out between t th ' ' ""'" ". "in neiween ','v- V . . 1 , " ,n"'n '' "'" negotiation- for the Mi-Vicker remained whete In- was with ,lrnwing of monev for the rallvvrv. the light, playing it up the side of the,.r ,., , . . ..HIV ...I..I.. 11. .i.t. . I ....!. I inn l.iiui- iii-ini'i ni ..iii.nii'ii n, .eh, lliiner .a a member of Clifton Hose ( ompait.v and he ran to lieaditinrters , , nf tnP t,nnncnp. , ka,, ..IStHtfH Navi is unjustified He win for a scaling ladder. hfn li got r,)rml announcement will be made to. 'written Cleveland G. Allen of 2.1: West bark to where Mc Icker w perch-d ,Vi p,b.il,v through Kulin, I.oeb A I'lft.v -third street. New York. o In they mil the ladder down nnd so .... r.,r..iin. i.i. ,1 ii.. u-r..i.. I.itmred until they reached the edge of I tlie dev.... Into wh;, 1, Marks had f.il- . on. lie had neither hat nor .oat and 1 wn- i,ruiv.-.i nn.iiy anoiii rue rnc and body Flnalh dlslodnlng him. Heiner I :'! MrVlekcr m.i l. ih. ir way to the lop of the chtf There Marks, who had I Monl, hail cms, Ions, faulted. '""""" " as sent ,0 King's HluiT to ,xan ne ihe place where Mmk- was found He too went down the seal- Ing ladder and five feet from the crevice he found the voum, man's hat and coal. There were bichloride of merrurv tab- Ms In one of the pockets", but Marks said he knew nothing nhl .J.. .r"v.'U .hP . n.T... .1 'th. n "b 11 mped over Z llffT w , ZnL'r"L T ",i. n ""'M, n",M, , ff.;:! - ' RINGS TERRAPIN TO DINNER. Womnn Kiltrrlnln (i.irrrniir nf VliiDlnnil and III Pnrly. Bai.timoke, Mil., June 1. Possibly the most Interesting slghl Gov. Goldsbor oiigh and his partv saw to-day during their Inspe.tlon trip on the Kastern ... ,,. ,, , ,'.ri, ,lio e occurred on the terrapin pond of liwes&Co. a. ( rlstleld SI101 1 If my husband were here," said the IllLSl'Ol wnli hnuin's wife "lie wnillrl feeH ! the terrapin for you. but Just to show yjii how ihey act I will ling the dinner bell." ...... iii ,' . ' .... 1 , , , fifitSH ih-if.-i iii i .ill I ll H tlllll Hllllim llll'lll. 1 Immediately above the surface of the little pond there protruded some 4,000 little heads, mnklng the pond look very much like n bed of asparagus. They were hiingiy, anxious for dinner, but for once they were fooled, ns they had to wait till the watchman himself came, Mr, Tawes buys the terrapin vvhere ever he can get them and keeps them till they are of marketable size, feeding them on the overflow from his crab jiacklng establishment In summer and letting them sleep In the mud nil winter. In a big pile of sand Just outside thn water they lay eggs for tho sun to hatch and soon there will bo lots of terrapin nn bigger thnn a silver quarter. rr that tlrd feellnar In the Spring try ANiiOHTlHA IIITTFRfi. a ftmoua tonic Ait: NEW YORK, MONDAY, MEXICO TO GET HER $100,000,000 TO-DAY Now York and Tfirls Hankers Ajrwe on Terms of lg Loan. SHOW KAITH IX HI'ERTA Wilson Admlnistrntion, How ever. Still Withholds Its Recognition. Tli Mexlciin Government will set the 11)0.000,000 It wants fur Its rail roads and for Its administrative affairs to-day. Hankers who air to mpply the money reached u full nureement yestetday and It only remains for the lawyers to draw tho papers for formal slnnntuiH. The lonn Is In two phHs. Th Na tional Railways of Mexico, which Is controlled by the Mexican Ooirrnment through the ownership of n majority of tho 'iZ 4.000,000 oiltstandlnK stock, wanta $27, .100,000 of two year ni tes nt r'r cent, to provldn funds for 110. 000,000 of 4', per cent. not due to day and for $13,000,000 one year G per cent, notes extended for nn additional yeai to November 15, The Government wishes to borrow tt.'i.uon.oon from a syndicate of I'arls. London and New Vorlc bankers, of which .1, I', Mot can & Co. and Kuliii, l.oidi Co. of this city are members The two loans nr? contlnsrnt. one on I the other, nnd have been delayed by the failure of the I nlteTl States and of Kuro. . pean nations to recognize th" Iln-tta Administration In Mexico. While the notes that the Nntloml Railways of Mexico will give will bo a lien on the railroad property, the bonds that the Mexican Government will give for the money it needs will be some jvhat different. The agreement of the bankers to lend money to th Govern ,,: , ... . 'iii win inrrouuce a tun in ion- metit would Imply a strong faith on lliei , (l) I(l.,.mm,Uh 1,1, noroose I, .iff ..f l,m l.iliL... li,it ll.A Hi. art., ' ' " . 1 ' part of the bankers that the Huertu Administration has sufficient strength to remain In power nnd also that the French Government probably will rco- "gnlre the Administration. The greater amount of the Mexican Government bonds ami of the i.illroad tn'tes probably will go to France, and consequently the attitude of the I'rench Government toward the lluerta group is regarded as extremely Important. Diaz and other wealthy Mexican", wli"jan ...i,.ii Imt Then the Secretary of were In power before the Maden.s came ,,.,.,. .jj.,!, nljt ,(li1c'0 ,n nlnnu. Into power, and who really are hacking , fni,trrr? me.-ihanl exporters or trade Nsiie nf i, per cent, notes of the N'a ll.inill l'nilu'vs nf l.vlrn mrin.-i.. .iui. in-- crii.'-.i. ifui', .-iiiiii,.i a hitch occur at the l.i.-i moment, and should the bankers withdrew. tV p-.i. . 1 "-r nr?lMnl iMrlnv,mM "rl-" as to whether or not a Government f,,,m ,h- j'-" ,,nm ,100.000 one ve,.r note- maturing to- iioo.non one year notes maturing to - ' , ,M" i.iiiilli of tlie Government's coutiol nf the property prevented h speedier conclu- WvsuiMiTov, change In' the' Administration June I. There Is no iltltude of the Wil-mi opinion the negio was being dler'.ml lovvard provisional n,,",l nit.ilnsl. that he was not nllowed President llnertii. Vnn.rer.mnlii,.,, ,n ,', lm, ,,nt... n(efnitev i., e n,. !.,.,. it ' either have recognised the Hiierla ee, - ornment or signified their Intention .f olng so; thus the I'ni led S a e" ' ,s ' n,ed In I.., atllio.le townnl ..,, ,L-. , ernment 1 nilsforin.-.i as to the condition of colored j I u m )PP ,h(, mini,m f ,h(1 bps, : m-" I" the navy and agrees with Rear ' n ornied ofllcia s li, State Den rt A',mlr"1 1l-r- -onimHii.ler In chief of at t,, A,,n,,,lr "r"' "H "' lho lnlvlsaWllt- 1 pea" I ,an . tlo ll Tlr. , Jrel?,l,,, n'"''"'''''1 1 lP . ?i . , . , c',ns'',rr,P(1 ""'the navy niiinn otliely by colored en. . ''l ""'l- """'In lli"t the bankers listed men, c.,a...led by white o.tleeis." , i, ,. 1111, iiur 1 ,1 it-iiiioeo iiiiii , , ,, , , ,, , the bankers would make the railroad pay for the extension In the end. J PARIS HEARS IT'S SETTLED. Sir Kilgnr irrr (inrs l l.onilno, Wherr I... en Will llr 1111n1111ee1l, fiptrlat lilf!f Hripatct la Tin: Srv. Paris, June .- It Is reported here to , ,t ,nnt t,e (),() )lf 7:oooooo , tip.'. loch stat x,Pxlt.(in (jVP.lm)ent has been arranged Intending syndicate of hankers 1 Mount Mi with which KnglMi and American bank ing firms are associated, It Is Impos sible' to obtain oftlclal confirmation nf the, report. ul.. 1.1 I .... 1 I . 1 . . . . ein l-.iiK.ll npeje. iie...i .11 ine I, on. 1011 I'l-anch of Hpeyer A Co, who are In- terested In the loan negotiations, left Pnrls this afternoon for London, where It Is expected nn official announcement will he made In the matter. The date of the Issue has not been ar ranged. TO BE FASTEST SHIP AFLOAT. Whrn l.ualtnnln llrtnrns In ftrrrlrr she'll Ksrrl In Nprril, The Cunarder Lusllanla, which haa been five months o'ut of commission un dergoing an overhauling, will he the swiftest steamship In thn world when she goes Into service again, according tn Information that came here yesterday hy the steamship Caronla. Tho dato of her reappearance Is set for the lat ter part of August. JUNE 2, 1913. Copyright, 191S, $3,000 FOR. SANE FOURTH. "nb.rrlptloiis I'roiii Clllirni Make Comnltlre llnprfnl. Tn spite of tho determination of the Hoard of Kstlmntn to appropriate only 125,000 for safe and sane Fourth of July purposes cltlr.ens have come to the front with enough money to Insure aa fine a celebration ns the city had a year hko. Isaac N. SellRman, treasurer of the Safe and Hane Fourth of July Com mittee, hue so far received subscrip tion ratiKliiB from $1 to SuOO, and to tailing: $2,868. The committee hopes to raise $26,000 or $80,000 more. The largest subscriptions received so far are: Mrs. Hussell Sage, 1600: lCd ward a Iliirknesti. $200; (iroenhut-filetrel-Cooper Company, George Khrot, Francis l.ynde Htetsou, John 1). Arch bold, John E. I'arsons, Charles W. Ilnrkness, Dr. James Douglas, Herman Kidder, $100 each; George B. Corteljou. Cleveland II. Dolge, Robert W. de For est, Artemns' Ward, H. 11. Benedict, James M. Donald, Theodore I. Shonts, James Taloott, Henry Clews, $C0 each; Marc KdleU Son, H. De Klyn. It. A. C. .Smith. (Jen. (Jeorse W. Wlngate. William H. Ilornblower, J. B. Elden biifKh. Henry W. Toft, CliHrles Ottman, Fritz Achells, George W. Collord, Will iam A. I'rendergast, Falrchlld Hros. A Foster. London Assurance Corporation, Charles M. HlgRlns, Robert Maxwell, C. S. Rrewster, Beth Low, Dr. Louis Hnuft. K. M. llulkley, Mrs. K. IL liar rlmaii, F. 1). Underwood, .1. I', ilorsnn, Cldolph Kutroff, $25 each. WOULD MAKE NAVY OUR FLOATING SHOW WINDOW ConsresMiian Has a Jlill Allot linff Spnee on Warshijis to I'. S. Tradesmen. - Being a third class passenger, lu i nounced their engagement. Before Wasiiinotov, .June 1 Representative stayed with the Immigrants through thu reaching Yokohama Mr. PIINbury sent Goodwin of Arkansns Is advocating that I trip nnd enjoyed their companionship n wireless requesting that a Presby everv l.'nlted States warship loaded Immensely. He ate the meals that wera t-rlan minister be got. When the hlg down with goods of American manu- served In the steerage and found them "ner arrived there the Rev. H. H. De facture be sent to foreign ports aa a ! excellent. j was on the pier and married tne travelling exposition of American wares. He said hn had no doubt that the I pair. II- .iu inirmlima u bill I.. i',in. Mf Goodwin Is an advocate of com- plete dKitniameiit. But n the mean- llm.. iiiilll ll.A ..Aiint.i' .l.inl.tou Im f.i'.n.' of dlsatmatniint lie believes that some ! good can be got out of the navy hy convrrt.ng It Into a floating emporium to a.hertK. American made good-. The Secretary of the Navv Is directed by the bill to report the extent and character of all .-pace on all ships of ,,, ..,.,. ,..,, ,,,i,.,, i. .,i ,,, ,,,, .,, . ,v fl)r er)n. flr, pontioiis h.i!! I.,, pe.m.'tted and .,,,, .. ., who may apply for .the -a me. flrm or cut- to install ovlded for. I am oppo-i'd to s-nniess multliilica isele.is batll. s'liio-," s;i, Mr. Goodwin tit-dnv. "ei I cc no reason , , . . ',., ., ,.,, ,,,i "i ,. ... ,. .. . i whv thu.-e v.e 'line i i urn .1 not t'ength and secunty lie not In nattle. hip and dieadnoinhts so much as In our l-ol.itlon. the absence of entangling allla:i(e and our peaceful pursuits. From the latest available ieport our l av i . o n'ipeiii-s spend- niiu h ttnm i--ili!ic to foreign oorts Yet trade reoorts show l ow comp.vatHel- in. known are American goods in the' ports frequented hv American vvnrihlpi." "-'wahts warship for negroes.. nu.; .rn ,n w,.,,,.I:m:,,,tr:o,:k:,:h!,me';,iu . . vvh.i i,n.. ,1,.. 111.1,,,,, win ..iie,i n,e 'revenl lllserlinliintlon. Wasiiic.to, .lure t Se.retary Danlrts has found nfter an Investiga tion that the charge that negroen are discriminated apnlti'st In the Cnlted a". , forming bim Cleveland Allen wrote Mr Daniels some werkt. ago that In his 10 parmie wmi vviiiio nmejacneis, was barred f.0,11 the librarv privilege;, of the wai .bios. and be .iicsep.l that a battle- " 'ommNsloned 1.. be manned , "nly In negtocs In reply Secrejary ' Daniels- said: "The I im,l b.-lleirs .let vou aro I PEAHY TN MINIATURE ARRTH5. 1. " . J - -- . . "'"n" ' e " ..".., , . or,..,.. ,,,i, oe ...rn.. fir.'ciar ri,t, nfifiin, to Tiir Sin, , tlKSKW, .tune I -Rear Admiral Ron-. ert Peary and his nlne-yenr-old son Keen were held up on the Jungfrau by a furious Alpine storm for Ihe Inn , two days. I They went by train to the Jungfrau- station at u height of 11,000 feet, 10 cimiii tne neigunoruig Moencli, which rises to a height of 13,46.. A storm ill-evented the climb 1 anil for forty. eight hours thry had to sleep on straw on the floor of the stn- Hon restaurant, Later they were able to climb Mount Mocnch and returned li' re to-day. The explorer said he had enjoyed the blliT.ard a" It reminded him of Hi" l A relit. SCORE OF CAR ROWDIES FINED. Maalslrnlr Levy llrstlna (nnipnlgn tgnlnat I'lial l.ol nf scaaon. Yesterday's fine weather brought the first bunch of car rowdies of the season I day following a stroke of apoplexy yes Into Night Court last night. Magis-. tl ay that was Induced by routine for irate Levy said he would begin tlie campaign agninst them by fining every man $5 or letting hhn go to the work house for Ave days. Some of the score or more who were arraigned paid and some went tn the workhouse, Most of them were arrested for div ing through car window, by the Sun PrtnMsp and PubHtMng A. - BISHOP BRENT GETS HOME BY STEERAGE , uiiv, oneepsneuii -nuy anu tnu ocean all Eplseopnl Head of Plilliptiines' M"' "'s'" 'n ettn to find jim. oig 1 M. Housman of 972 Pacific street, Prefers It to First Urooklyn. who haan't been seen slnco nil went out from a, dock on Plum Isl Callltl. , and In Hheepshead Uay ut 7 o'clock flai- PRAIRKS HIS SHIPMATES Calls 1,441 Immigrants on Ca pon la a. Fine Lot Sees No War Cloud. The Right Rev. Charles Henry Brent, Episcopal Bishop of the Philippines, arrived yesterday In the steerage, other wise known as the third cabin, of the Cunarder Caronla, from Liverpool and Queenstown, with 1,441 shipmates, chiefly ltrltons and Scandinavians If he had gone ln the first cabin he would have had only 205 persons to fraternize with, nnd he preferred the multitude, which, he said, was the .stuff that states were made of the ancestors of the Americans to be. Tho Bishop said he had not come among the liomeseekers because hn wanted to Investigate steerage condi tions, lie asked no favor of the line, but It voltintnrlly gave hltu a double bunk, which Is as good on a big liner nowadays as some cabin accommoda tions were yenrs ago in the old fifteen day single screw shis. At first the Bishop rather feated tliat his going In the steerage might tnako somo difference In the altitude, of the cabin voyagers toward hltn, but he said he found that they did not seem to earn any more for a lllshop than they might for a liurirlnr. imesi-rnK'-i" v i were a.s tine as any other passenger . ... .1 ..tt.ei. iiasseilcers 111 tlie nrsi ami seconu cauiu .ind as n.iy other men and women afloat , r nshore, but tie was useu 10 iaon ' travelling anil tieciu',ii iiuu ne umu make a trip with the "real people, lliose mat r-any mao.-me i one.. ......v. what It Is. "'f people I met In the H.-er.ige I "t ""' Caronla." the UMiop said, are vi''1 f lllo!"! wn" ll;,v'" h"n rnm 1 li-ro recently the country has reason to feel proud of them. I never saw- ''leaner nnd more Intelligent lot of iivmi nnd women." 'rl"' "Ishop s.ild he had untliim; but oemtnendator.v things to say oi .teeing 'lunrters ami l i. i ne courie-ie- usually extended to ciiurciinieii oi nis 'fin's were offered to th Itl-hop, but I lie il.wllne.l I., he .1 n V 1 h i 11 IT llllKO til. Ill 11 plllll steefHge fiassenger. The Bishop after taking -hip from the I'hl'ipulurs 'vent to ICuropc- bj w.n uf the Trans-Siberian Railway II i-a'd Im Sell.neil tiiefe was 110 probi- blllf of the .lupin'",, making war on th" I'nlted States and that there was U'" l'"' ''I"1'" "f a w'nr !,l''ln' 1,1 '"' I'h'"pplne chnrjes pref-rrrr by Kdltor Nevvett of "mlled at the iicgestlon tint thrill - rem (hi- arrived a few minutes bo- Japanese might ink" the Philippines. , fore o'clock and fifty minutes later 1 At present, he -aid. the Islands w rn In- had bonded a IV niieylvnnla train under better gove-nment than ever be-, for the Knsf f"1"'' n(l '"' m.ifs s of the f pie were Co Rnosevelt declined to discuss the 'content. The system of governnien: outcome of tlie ttiil v Marquette. 'met the niproval of all apparently ex-' "The verdict -paks for Itself" was ' rept certain politician- 1 twelve vears n. While he'e the Itl-hop will attend thei I 'world student conference at Lake Mo-1 honk and the General Convention of the 1 Episcopal Church. BANKS WON T PAY 2 PER CENT. Three Here Will ol lloil llileresl nn lio erl.o.el.l llrposlts, WasIIINUTO:. June 1 Tllete Were ,".-i;i active dcposlist!. hankr carrying Gov ernment deposits on May 1, the date ';";retnry McAdoo Issued hi- i.'dcr rniilrlng Inteiest at the rat" "f - l"r -''1",. on nil Government moneys "'" ll''",ls "tliin1 hanks after ;:'"" ' ".'" vr '"''I !". -' per cent. Interest, llerearter all w in ne roo.iiirc.1 t" P'.v it r H"' (."vernmenl deposit will be withdrawn. Three of the seven banks declining " W KU'rcnl nn- In .Vjw Vnrk rlty. Tnpv rP ,llp chemca National Bank. ,. v..,,,,-., ank of Commerce nnd the I National City Bank. In making Its -puliation as .0 the reasons for Its ' oeciinaiinn ine 011 1 cioi ,ue or me v iiem- ,.,. seeretarv MeA.1,,0 ihm - .,. ... ... ... .... )w m f nl)y k(, Mu,(. the orKnn)!.n nf , u,,. i,,,,, eighty years ago. thev vere , ,irp,,rP,i t cb.inae the nollev i,n. r n,i,imn to the banks nhme mm,, tiond. there are "In New York cllv twenty other national banks which arc Government depositaries, All of them mve signified their acceptance of the pew t ullng of the Treasury Department, ( iiitsltle of New York the four re- mnlnlng biinka which will cease to be Government depositaries hv reason of their unwillingness to pay Intermt are the National Bank of Commerce of New London, Conn.; the. Merchants National Hank of Savannah, fin.; (he First National Hank of lliiffnlo, Wyo., nnd the Seaboard Nillonal Bank of Sun Francisco, Cnl i DIES AFTER ROOTING FOR SON. ! I'nthrr of Hall I'lajer Siieeiinilia (l, tpoplrctlc Mtrnkr. 1'iilMHr.i.i'im, June 1.- William Rcetie. Ked 4!. died in St. Agnes Itosoi.ni his son at a baseball game. The younger Reese Is a member of the Rnuthwurk team, one of tho strong est semi-professional organization tn the city. When he came to the bat the score was a tie nnd as the boy got his base on balls the. strain on his father was so Intense that he fell to tho ground after he had started cheering violently. oclaMon. SEEK WOMAN LOST IN CANOE. Mr. Ilousman ruddled Ont Alone on Satnrdur Mghl. Searchllghtr on police boats and a score of private craft swept Jamaica urday night In a sixteen foot canon. The woman's husband, Alnnzo Hous man, directed the search In a motor boot In which ho has been cruising the waters there "since Saturday nt mid night. Mm. Housman, who was staying with her husband nt the homo of Copt. (Jreen wnld In Hheepshcad Uay, told her friends she wai going out for a paddle Saturday nlKllt lust as dark was cnmlnir nn Sim was seen off shore a little later, but then trace or her was lost. She Is described as an attractive I woman, 27 year old ami of light com plexion, one was uressru in n dark green suit and hat. The jiollce do not think Mrs. Housman was drowned, but aro at a loss to ex plain her disappearance, The canon has not been seon, though Ihe adjacent shores havo been carefully searched. WEDDING ORDER BY WIRELESS. Krtltor and WIiIoit A era nurd fur It When I. noil .Miles nt a. Hostov. Juno 1. H. W. l'lllsbury, proprietor of the .Manchester, N. It.. I'nlon, arrived on tho steamer Cincin nati from Kurope yestetday with his bride, whom he met while making a tour of the world on the Cleveland and whom he married at Yokohomo a few months ago after arrangements for the marriage had been made by wireless when the steamer was l.ilOO miles from that port I -Mr. I'lllnbury's bride was Mrs. II, C. i Valentine of Trenton. N J., a widow. i ho L levciand left sti Francisco last February Mr, l'lllsbury began court ing at once. When the steamer arrived at Hongkong they an- , .hi. i ineuiiiy was n wioower aim nns . a son nt the Naval Academy. . MAUIOVH AVXi, UHUAUH bAVJbll. i I iniKrvu n llntsr f'.'O.OOli tn Vmr Vlorlgngr Intrrrst. The Madison Avenue Reformed Church on Fifty-seventh street, where the Rev. Dr. Hugh Black preached yesterday, will not be sold. It was said yester day that the 1:0,000 necessary to pay Interest on mortgages has been raised and It was nnnotinced that n call will be extended to a distinguished clergy man who It Is believed will nccept. The church will close on June 15 to icppen on September 2S. COL. ROOSEVELT HERE TO-DAY. ' er.llel Spent. for Itself,' I oinii.riil In ClilcnHo. I'lti-vuo, dune I. -Col. Roosevelt spent nn ,o,n- in f'lilcncn tills morning en route from .Maruuette. Mich., to his n,,m,. , ,,I.,or !tnVi Hi, triln from ""' "''"ne .if Ii'h vindication on thn his only comment. - - NOBODY TO HEAR QUINLAN. W, W, Lender Fulls tn I'lnd nn V.iillel.i'e In IMilliiilrlphln, Piiti.Aiiet.riiM, June 1. - Patrick Qun l.in, one of the national leaders of the I. W. W., did not address a mass meet lug at tlie Arch Ktreet Theatre. Sixth nnd Arch streets, this afternoon because, the ext ted audience failed to ma terialize. The meeting, which was largely ad vertised, wan scheduled to open at 2 o'clock and Quintan was to tell oil about tin. strike of the slk workers at Pater ., y. ,. when th orator, nccom- , panled by several friends, arrived at , the Arch Street Theatre not a person was In sight. After waiting several I 'IJ V T ' " ','i ,W" W, ro,rM""'tl I decided It would he unwise to open tho .mors ami the meeting was declared off, DEATH IN BIG WIND STORM. Tshirr. (froWrr. f (Vn.r-I Kr. Inu. , ,. , , . ,nrk Thr,p ,M""U- N'itox, Ky.. ,lne 1,-Several killed and thousands of : ... n. ,. u.e nim n "' tm buildings by a terrific wind. oiii,;ii-s in imniiiii,. tirtnn ... .....i. ,,,, ni ,, , wh,f) BWipt oVpr central ivetitticky this afternoon. Tobacco growers will probably suffer ""' greatest loss, as the plants set ont last week were entirely destroved ,nr"lnH Wf,rn '""aten down and totally ' r,l'""d "ml hundreds of cattle were killed. It Is reported here that an en tire family was killed on a farm near Lexington when the wlpd tore the roof from the house and the building col lapsed, burying the family under the debris. Lightning destroyed many farm buildings and caused the burning of miles of tlmberland on the hillsides, VACATIONS FOR POOR BEGIN. Vlolhera, llnlilra, Aged nnet Slclt net Klral Chniirr. Tllp nm ."f H1" v"cH"n parties on o li,.- Ki.K AHHOCintlOll for i Improving the Condition of the I'eior win senu each .Monday during the sum mer months tn spend two weeks at Sen Hreezo, the fresh air home ut Coney Island, will start this morning, Mothers nnd their babies, old folks and broken down working girls will get the first chunco to go on these outings. Most of those who will go to-day wera recently discharged from somo hos pltal. As sickness among the poor has in creased the demands made upon the association for aid President It. Fulton Cutting has issued an appeal for funds for an extension of the fresh air work., PRICE TWO CENTS. ECONOMY KEY IN CITY CAMPAIGN Citizens Unite tn Keep Fffflit Agninst AVnsto ,s Mefore Voters. WHAT jiTcAXKXY SAVK!) Sn.vs Inks Have Cost NVw York's Treasury Many Millions. fai.sk saving is costly Points to Hliinders of Past That Have Katen Cp Munici pal lifourre. F.eonnmv In administration the saving of the taxpayers' money by city officials- Is to be made nn Important Issue In the forthcoming municipal campaign. A number of citizens whose standing In th" community gives weight to their opinion" have. Joined Inn protest against extravagance and have signified their Intention of keeping this Issue beforo the voters'. Because of his identification with the greatest financial undertaking of tho present administration and his active part In making up the city's budget TltK Si-.v yesterday asked Borou;li President George McAneny to express his views upon tho general subject of economy In tho management of mu nicipal affairs as applied to the present situation. "In the III. st place," said Mr. Mc Aneny. "It should be said that such a movement us that now undertaken by the business men of New York for the promotion of greater economy la heartily to be commended. There can not be too much emphasis upon what should be ihe fundamental require ment ln the city government busi nesslike admlnistrntion. There has been a reawakening to this need of late Inrgel.v as the result of the activities of such unotliclal bodies as the Bureau of Municipal Reseatch. But this repre sents a beginning only: and the de termination of the business men of the community to lend their aid Is a most encouraging sign. Such men arc recog nized as cool headed and jiractlcnl nnd certainly no one can accuse them of being either theorists or meddlers." flpiiorlmiltles fur Krnnnnis. "What have you to say nbout ''to opportunities for economy In the . government?" Borough President ..'' Aneny was asked. "They're abundant." he replied. "Sltva the present admlnlstintlon came In'" power thtre has been demonstration ' i plenty of the ways In which the fit ' spending may lie kept in proper ohc and waste of every sort eliminated The thing that counts most Hs, of course, the sl-o and the nature of the annual city budget that Is, the annual bill for the running expenses of the city government. It is the budget that makes the tax rate. The Issue of bonds for pcuirinent city Improvements, within the limits an to aggregate amount allowed by the Constitution, af fects Hi" tax rate directly as the Inter est clnrgiT. nnd sinking fund contribu tions upon such bond- aie tarried In the budget. "Mm trio present Ito'ird of Ks'lmate has ad, I'd very little, either in bonds or In Interest, to the i Ity'y debt account. When we came In, on the first of ,lnn iiary. 1310. wo found that the preceding administration had authorized the Is suance of the city's corporate stock for various in i poses In a sum that actually exceedetl the constitutional debt limit. There was In short, not n cent nt our disposal, even to meet current necessi ties such ns new school houses, police and fire houses, Ac. To get even n work ing basis we were obliged to rescind at leant $2O,00o,O00i of these outstanding authorizations. Since that time th added margins of borrowing capacity gained from the natural Increases In, assessed valuation front year to year have been used with the utmost car and economy. tnwril laane nf Bonds. "The only enterprises of moment for which the present board has authorised, the Issue of rorporate stock in consid erable degree are the rapid transit sys tem, the new docks and the new court house, in providing for the subways nbout JUS, 000, 000 of clly money was re epilred. All hut $30,000,000 of this camo from the special reserve of credit gained through the exemption of the self-supporting transit nnd dock bonds from the constitutional debt limit. From the exempted dock bonds i:,,000,000 has been reserved for dock purposes, and a little over 16,000,000 will go Into the new court house site. The Issue of bonds for all other purposes during our three years or I may say, In anticipa tion, our four yearswill average less than for any other similar period In the history of the greater city. "The amount reserved for subways covers, Incidentally, the entire Interest account on the subway bonds, which Is charged as part of the cost of construc tion, Interest on the subway Issues, carried In the budget prior to the sign ing of the conlnicts for the dual sys tem, will next year come out of the badger, reducing proportionately the total to be charged tn taxation, "The continued shaping of public Im provements along the most economical llnea will be part or tne prooiem m tin near future, and the advice and aid of the business men In keeping the city r