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THE PROSECUTION Costtwued from Ftnt Pape. frnflant they are not Crimea committed "urtnt hla offlcm, ,,. nor r,tat,ng. t0 Mm dutlea of hla office, and therefor ha if"0 - 'mPe"che because of them, i IT we reflect a moment on the object "f the (rant of the power of Impeach ment the fullacy of thl contention la apparent. Tlie power waa granted 'to free me Commonwealth from the danger -aua4 by the retention of an unworthy public ervant.' 1 "It Is true that for the offence here1 utfomlant coulU be, should be indicted by a aiand Jurv. rnnvirini h a petit, but that does not advance the con- I j lentlon of the defendant a single point. I ww,.,,uuun nscir answers anv argu ment of audi claim by s;.j In that both methods may b had; the fact that In dictment may be hod does not pt event Im peachment. The exact contrary la true; he remedies arc concurrent. "Section of Article I. provides that In dictment la not necessary In cases of Im peachment, while aectlon II of Article VI. further say that a party Imnrached shall, notwithstanding, be liable to Indict ment and punishment according to law. So the defendant may be indicted and punished on conviction, but that doea not answer the position of the Assembly man ejrs when thay demand the conviction of the defendant, for both proceedings ar nllswe. ladlrtsaeat Tamos second. "Consider a moment the position in wWch the proeecutlon of the crimes hero charged aa commltteed before the begin ning of the degf ndant's official term would oojploeed 1n proceedings by Indictment by a Orand Jury and by a trial. The de fendant la indicted, but he Is. and remains, the Governor of the State, without even a suspension of the functions of his office "J jj 1,0 provision bji which upon In dictment he becomes suspended, or his functions ceaae. nor at all, except In case of Impeachment. en. and then only, when the Astern Mr ha Impeached do these functions of the office paaa to the Lieutenant-Governor until the trial of the Impeachment Is con cluded. Indictment of a Oovernor has not ouch effect. He stands for all pur pose on the trial, the Governor. "Aaaume, then, an Indictment found and on sufficient evidence. The way that the District Attorney goes about hla prepara tion for the trial does not ault the de fendant ; he la too xettloua, he looks too much for conviction. So he, the defendant, calmly removes hla prosecutor and a more satisfactory one Is substituted : one who wilt be more complacent to acquittal. "The, Judge about to hold the term where the trial la to be had Is regarded aa ISO upright and fearless; another la assigned by the defendant to take hla place. If conviction is had the question of punishment is put upon the trial Judge, whose whole future may be muUe or marred, by the man upon whom he must impose sentence. Ami having been sen tenced, the dofendant thereupon issues himself a pardon. "Can auch a altuation be calmly consid ered ? "It is not tolerable that sucli conditions should surround the only method of proa- cutlng a Governor for well proven crimes and our system has limited us to no such ; nn the contrary It haa carefully pro- ided for Just such a contingency In the roviaioRs for the Impeachment trial. Mischief Haa stea Done. "It will be answered that If a Governor thus under Indictment should remove a Plstrkt Attorney, or thus assign a trial Judge, such acts would be Impeachable, and It la tnn . Hut the mischief hs then lieen done, he has been acquitted, has in fact acquitted himself on the trial or the Indictment, or has pardoned himself and so goeti un whipped of Justice, which was never intended in the stem And the closing paragraph of section 13 of Article VI.. 'but the party Impeached shall lie liable to Indictment and punishment according to law.' la sure evidence that it was con templated that :u criminal holding office ahould first be impeached and convicted and thereby stripped of his oftlcial In fluence and power to thus acquit himself by the methods stated, and then, stand ing;, aa he ahould stand, before the law as a private person, he ahould be tried aa a private person on Indictment duly found. "One of the persuasive reasons for the establishment of a court of Impeachment to meet such a caee aa the one at bar la found In the preamble preceding the en acting clauae of what Anally became sec ts IT of the Constitution of ITTT, adopted aa offered In the deliberations of the convention, "and In order that all de llfstuents, however exalted their rank and tgtlon. may be amenable to the laws.' the Court of Impeachment should be -taMlabed. To Protect the stats. ewe, was intended by this provision for a Court of Impeachment inserted In the Constitution of the State from the very Mrst and continued, although not un changed, to the present day to thereby constitute a tribunal that would be of sufficient sUe, sufficient Independence, suf ficient In experience in public aftalrs and In statecraft, sufficient in dignity and In dependence -to insure that Justice ahould be done to the most powerful official when necessary to protect the State or to safe guard Its dignity or Its decency. 'The defence In resting upon the propo sition that Impeachment may not be had must claim that the people have a right to elect a criminal to high office and that , having don so there Is no relief, that such election purgea the offender from the taint of crime and leavea him free to as sume th role of an honorable man among honorable men. "What is Ihe result of holding that a person guilty of, for example, perjury who, successfully concealing his crimi nality, chance to be elected Oovernor of tBg, BUt I Immune from a prosecution or proceeding to remove hla baleful presence from the Executive Chamber and reai donooT "Shall It be ald to students of our system of government that securing th highest office In the State purges of such loathsome crime: that th way to avoid punishment for perjury la to M elected to high office and that auch election re tain th occupant In association with de cant men In high place? If o. thn what ia the result when, having been thue elected Oovernor. the Individual at ones sfter his election, but before hi inauguration, Mfore hi official term be gin, commit the prjury? Surely It may not then M claimed that the election previous to the commission of the crime Sects any pure of the criminal taint. BleetUa Na Ceadonraseat. -There la little support In the prece dent for any such doctrine a this, that an aact!on to office after th commission of the 'crime for which Impeachment Is ought la condonement of auch crime. "In th Barnard case the Justice was (peached and convicted during his sec ogjg term upon article charging offence (sens of them certainly not crime at gJJ) oommltted In hi llrat. "If the doctrine of condonation Invoked by the defendant h any relevancy at all here. He applies! ton would have acquitted JOT Ml SSseiKsa Gumnniipi uuun of tha blab court at bast resort sitting lo and a part or ths aegnMt tribunal com to the courtesies of the next holiday en. must thy fl St thay are eUaptng hands with a geuewTVnd a thief beeauM tM ad- arjonr asm imrvrntr wn -itxass minute Mfore IS o'clock ef January t. tilt, and therefore asset M Isspistni roe tneir cusnmie , whsrsa If commuted flfen mln- aftar aoou h might i M be that every Juatkt of our Snapshots Taken Yesterday at IL?gsl gstgsssi gMasl esTjasl sbPI PPM Let to sfigeH.Asns.toies CVllo-r. 6e-re ' JW... C.IWV 8 MM. V M rMwl aMsmV trial courts la subject to direction snd appointment snd assignment at th hand or a man who I subject to be Justly con victed of high crime before one of them? "When at the next regular session of tne legislature the Senate sends Its com mittee to notify the Oovernor of the State It I convened, must th message be taken to a criminal or one with criminal charac terlstlcs? And must auch a man be per mitted to send to the houses of the Legis lature hla views on public affairs and be allowed to approve or disapprove legisla tion here passed? "JadseS by t acleaa Mas." "When It cornea to the dread Issue of life and death must ths criminal feel that he la applying to a fellow criminal for reprieve or pardon, and If denied go to hla doom with the Just feeling that he has been Judged by an unclean man a fellow criminal with himself? "The questions are their own answer. None of these things must be nor cafi be. A course of reasoning that leads to any such result aa neceaaory under our system Is fallacious and baaed on a misconception of the genius of our Institutions. He who exercises the functions of this great office muat himself be clean not necea- rtly free from fault tint blameless of the venial offences that afflict our common I humanity : but he muat not have com mitted crime nor anything in the nature of crime that unfits him for association with the great mass of decent and God fearing men and women over whom foe a time he exerclaea authority. And upon the correctness of this contention th people of the State may safely rest in all their future. "It Is not true, then, that Impeachment may not be had and conviction duiing a defendant's official term save for criminal acta connected with the performance of official duty or certainly for criminal acts committed during the defendant's official term." There la a review of the provisions of the State constitution fiom li" govern ing the rtsht of the Assembly to impeach i as well as of th report ef Oie committee ' of the Assemiily, which recommended the Impeachment of Judge CnTdogO and Itar nard In 1S72. of which committee Samuel J, Tllden and David H. Hill were mem ber Mr. Tllden wrote a report at that , time and his conclusions were 1. Impeachment under our Fedcr?! and State constitutions is a proceeding to re move a public officer. If cause exists. Its object is not to punish the Individual, but to protect the people, e.ven me uisu.tiai flcatlon to hold office, if added lo removal being more preventive than penal. 'and direction of the 'aw. He Is not yst ; 2. Impeachment as it exlated In England ' an officer, but he Is seeking to become one, ' has been modified here, In that: land in order to become one is required to la) Judgment may not extend beyond conform to the directions of the statute, I removal and disqualification j the purpose of which is not captious. (6) The party remain liable to trial "It Is genuine, and for the purpos of I and punishment In the ordinary courts, affording positive Information to all In thereby separating the two elements, aa- 1 teresied. to the POplS at latgc. not only signing Jurisdiction of the personal crime bow much and for whet the candidate1 to the ordinary court and reeervlng Im- himself has contributed, but the person! t.,.nt m and dlmualifv an 'o have made contributions to him. so officer unfit to exercise the functions of the , ... ssk. ..., , ..v- Personal tafltaess far Ogsee. "Deducing tne grounas or tmpeucmnrn. from the ngture and objects of the pro- j mnStllttan ot thc, officer It could be ob cedurr, while they may be called offences, HtTveii whether there was any attempt the word offence muat b held, Certainly I m,de to reward by official patron- In New York, to Include act which create,, ge or appointment those who had made peraonal unfitness for office. undue contributions In aid ot the election "The Constltulon of 1777 deeeribed , f the official dispensing such patronage. Impeachable offences aa "mal and cor- "o man may now legally become (jov rupt conduct In office.' That of 1021 j ernor of the Empire State unless and until added, ana ror nigu crimes una mis demeanors.' That of lit gave th power of Impeachment without any word of de scrlptlon of esses to which It should apply. It omitted the worda of defini tion of 1777, the more extended phraae- ology of ls-1 and conrerrea me power in the broadest and moat general term. The judiciary article of 11(7 continued the same words "Physical disability ) surely a cause or impeachment, the failure to resign In such case being a moral delinquency. Can it be doubted that a moral disability I an Impeachable offence? All this yields too much .to the notion that a ground of removal must M offence. Cnfitneaa, in ability to serve the public, create not merely a cause, but a necessity, for re moval. "Misconduct wholly outside the func tion of sn office may M of such a nature a to exercise a reflected Influence upon those function and to dtaquallfy and In capacitate an offioer from usefully per forming those function. In such ess th misconduct constitutes an Impeachable offence snd I ground for removal. The word 'high crime and misdemeanors ar not limited to official acta. "Tha Constitution and law of New York recognise th principle that a per sonal crime may create a peraonal dis qualification to exercise th function of a public office, although the particular offence may be totally disconnected with that office. They do not limit the rang of Impeachable act, omissions or de fault which may work aufch a disqualifi cation to any term of office or to any time or place, but leave the whole Judg ment aa to whetbar or net the disquali fication I produced Op th supreme and exclusive jurisdiction of the high court of impeachment which I th ultimate agent of th sovereign penpl In their supervisory gower ovr -public officers." g 100,000 far Caaapelga. While the Assembly board of mana gers expects to show that contributions aggregating 11(0,000 reached Oov. Sulssr during laat fall's campaign, th Brackstt brief merely recites th fact that ths Gov. rner'o eertlfleat ef eleetle expanse showed algtyalght contribute r to th amount ef 1,411 and (gpsnesa aggregat ing 17.714. gad adda : "It la eberged that contribution to the amount ef ft. 10 were made te the candidate gnd sot re ported." TM AsMtmbly manager declared to- fPHW ,ny "TVrTT" 1,1 'IV Sf" tag addition! contribution to tM Sulier campaign fend which have net Mreto- fur been mado nubile, but which will be brought out before the Court ef la- THE SUN, niu w mm j vmwr. tuv Mr s mm r -m M Mr-.v.ate eMgMMh-. ISSl BBS BBBBBBBBBBBBBBSSSTf J. J 1 VSSSSBBSSSSSSBBbI BBS BBBES I HMMM-MMMgl Bass gal ' M ' T aassssssssssssssssssssssssssW IM mWm&mm ml HMMMMV MBHMMMH MMB mm j I Photos copyright by American Preis Association. Judge Emory A. Chase do left) walking to Capitol with Judge Frederick Collin. peachment. And upon this question the Bracket! brief In .eclting the provisions Of the election and corrupt practices laws ays: "The argument has proceeded upon the concession (although for lb rgumnl only) that the ci lines here charged again. t the defendant only outside of the were committed not i la of his term of . office but totally disconnected therefrom , But no such lack of B-onricctiop agists. Cn ; the coiitiai. the crimes charged are im- ', mediately and vitally connected with th I defendant's official term, so vitally con- ' nccted that it !! no violence ol speech I to say that they were official get and j must lie so treatea h- re. I nn tppllea lo Nominee. "From the time a iierson ll n .'imitated fot office he comes under the ptoilsions be no misunderstanding I tht Ihtrr i either as to may the amount of contributions thus nu de or thc character of those who made them. It was Intended thst thc people should have this information so ,h, ,,,K., ,hi.,- ,iri,. , 1 h shall have done two thttiRs, one. certi fied to hla receipts and expenditures while a candidate and appended thereto his affi davit that It Is correct ; the other the oath he taken upon his Inauuiiration. the Instant that he becomes the highest official i tor tne Miate. Bom are connected wun , his office, one as much as the other: both precede his actual Investment with the powers and duties of the position, the one by a few weeks, the other by a single In stant. ad as Vole Buying. dutiable articles his wife or his maid "A person making a false certificate j bought in Kuropc. Surveyor Henry, who of contributions and expenses Is guilty of conducted the examination, which lasted a misdemeanor ( Penal Law. Sec. 774), for . three hours and will be continued to-day, the filing of a falac statement is. of course. de.n(.,i to say what was disclosed at the not a compliance with section 774. which h,,arg but It Is known that the dutiable hTioiwlin ? " 'rUe 0ne material Is valued at not lers than 15.000. has not D?n done. . .,, . "Will It be claimed by the learned coun- 1 " WMH that the goods will be con sel for tho defence that If It were clearly . flscated. alleged and proven bere that the de- I .jjjj fendant were guilty' of. the crime of i bribery In the nurchase of votes at the election where ha was chosen, it would nut be nn Impeachable offence because the crime was committed before the beginning of the official term? I cannot think that ! they will make any auch contention. , Bribery at the election I not men- j tloned In the Constitution a the cause of I Impeachment, neither is a falae certlfl- I cate.as to election expenses. "It stajida true, then, that In the State of New York the offences here charged ar Impeachable : that If proven they how moral unfitness to fill the office ot I Oovernor or any other office. If so the defendant's contention with respect to the nature and effect of th Crimea charged must M overruled." LBOISLATURE TO TAKE RECESS. Holds Brief aesslon sad May Come Bask Nsxt Meath. Albant, Sept. II. The Senate and Aa aembly held brief sessions to-day and ad journed until to-morrow atUrnoon. when it Is expected a month's recess will be taken to a date after the closing of the Sulaer Impeachment trial. The Senate to-night unanimously passed the series of bills appropriating money needed to pay the principal and interest on State bonds. Senator Thompson of Niagara Kalis announced that he would make an effort to pass Senator Murtaugh's optional city chartsr Dili, wnicn is favored by th con f.r.tm. ,,f U.tMH nf CiHm un.l , V. u.. m9m Horn KuI Association. Th bill j la th Senate Otic Commute and chairman Culln nnouncd that M wa .mi.. ,,, .n . k...tn. .. . s. win a to-morjw afternooa at it wm deelred. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Sulzer Trial BANKER'S TRUNKS HELD BY CUSTOMS OFFICERS John II. MeCullontrh'i Moid said to Have Mnd False Deela ration. John 11 ateCullOUgh, hanker and broker, nith offices gt 111 Broadway and redding at US Baal fortieth street, arrived on Wednesday evening by lb Hamburg American liner Imperator with his wife, her personal physician, Dr. Joseph Kraenkel ; a trained nurse, a maid and a valet. The MoCUIIOUgh had six trunks and a lot of hand baggage. They de clared that they had only 20u worth of dutiable goods, but the Inspector who ex amined the baggage decided after a cur sory Investigation that in aCeCullOUgha I ,hld revise their declaration. Mr. Mr- j -"i'ougn led the matter entirely with thi,too large to be handled convenient! mata anil she stuck to the original value 1 put on the dutiable stuff over the signature I of Mr. McCullough. I The inspector called a deputy surveyor I who after merely glancing al the coBtenbi - .... . : , , " of g trunk put the maid through a severe Inquisition. The maid bore the ordeal , saucily. She said thai all the gowns. ' underwear, hats gnd so forth not enumer. atetl In the declaration that were in the truniis were American made and had been ' lukin abroad by her mistress. The maid was then sent aboard the ahip , . H 1 and a woman Inspector searched Mr. find- I Ing In her stocking a lot of bills of sale of goods bought on the other side. All ine irunss were seiico anu sent to the t Appraiser's Stores Mr McCullohgh and his attorney w. re t M ,.ustom Mouse VMlerdey tring to , explain how It was that his declination ' 0m.it ... t .. .......... 0,u ...... I ...I..,. ,). BROIWBROTHERS MENS & BOyS' CLOTHrNGLHATS A FURNISHINGS You must get into a suit of our clothes to realize what value we have put into them, and the wear you will get out of our clothes will not be apparent until you are ready to get. into another suit. Style - tailored in by hand and based wholly upon a knowledge of what discerning men want, makes durable materials worth while. Fall Suits $18 to $50 Astor Place &l Fourth Avenue ONI BLOCK f ROM BBOAOWAV SUftVVfcV AT DOOR 10, 1918. MAYOR'S BODY TO GO DIRECT TO HIS HOME Tug Meet. La-itania Early To day to Land Coffin in Brooklyn. MANY OFFICIALS ABOARD Private Services Will Be Held This Afternoon for the Family. The steamer Lusitanla, with Mayor Gaynor's body aboard, arrived in the Narrowa at 1 :07 o'clock this morning and anchored at 1 :20 o'clock. The liner was Illuminated from atem to atern and pre aented a brilliant picture. Dr. Mathews, deputy health officer, was waiting to go on board with the com mittee's boat. It waa expected that the body of Mayor Uaynor would be taken off about 3 :io o'clock and that no at tempt would be made to go to the vessel until the committee boat arrived at Quar antine. Two mail steamers were alongside and began to tranafer the mall Immediately. No other boat was In attendance, and everything waa quiet. The weather was rainy and the night dark, and the lights of the steamer were blended with those on the opposite shore. Rufus Oaynor. aon of the late Mayor, kept the committee In charge of the funeral arrangements here Informed of the progress of the ship yesterday through wireless deapatchea to Robert Adamson. secretary to the Mayor. An outline of the arrangements aa planned by the committee appointed by Mayor Kline was trsnsmltted to the son by wireless and he replied that It was ssttsfactory to him. Shortly before daybreak thia morning, If th plana as formulated yesterday are carried out the Mayor's body will be transferred from the Lusitanla to the Department of Corrections' boat Correc tion at Quarantine. The Correction left ber pier at the I mobile club of America adopted resolu foot of East Twenty-sixth street at S:S0i,,o"s of sorrow at the death .r Mayor o'clock laat night. She had on board Ave traffic policemen and five firemen. Theae policemen and firemen will act as the pallbearers in the transfer of the body from ahip lo boat and boat to shore and bo on through the programme of the funersl. Took Official Party. The plei at which the Correction took on board the official party waa not made public. In keeping with the polio which was followed throughout the fdrmalities of the transfer of the body : that these details need not be witnessed by crowds In vbav of the public ceremonies to fol low within the following few days The meeting place of the city officials was at the Waldorf and It waa under stood that the boat would leave from some pier convenient to the hotel t Tnege on me correction when It steamed I down the bay to meet the body were I Maor Kline, Secretary Adamson. Dock! Commissioner It. A. C. Smith, Bridge Com-j mlssloner Arthur J. O'Keeffe, Water Coin. ' -- . -7yr .",- Commissioner Krnest J. Lederle. Commls- .uicnaei ruisi. air. uaynora counsel ; CV. . -I ... r. U V L- . nuiiinn, .irw ,ur I c ,i rr.r in a - I live of the Cunard Line, and Norman I Uaynor. a son of lb hit Mayor, and W.I Seward Webb and Harrj Vlngut, sona-ln-1 law of Mr. Oaynor, representing the fani - Ity. Mrs. i!anor did not go down the bay, nor did any of her dauglrters. The boat is In command of Capt. Krerierlck W. Parkinson. The engineer. William Hatch, Is a wireless operator us well, I atid the boat has been fitted up with I Wl rales apparatua so that she may keep i ln touch with tho.e in charge of the ar rangement In the cltj. Will Transfer the Roily. It was expected last night that the transfer of the body from the L,us!tanla to the Correction would lie made shortly before daybreak this morning. The undertakers. J Aldred Son of 861 Madison avenue, sent their men down on the Correction, which also carried the casket to w i'.lch the Mayot's bod WM lo be transferred when it reached the 1 deoartment host The bis metal casket in which the transatlantic Journey was made weighs some 1,200 pounds and was to be taken nto or out of the iiayncr house In Brooklyn. Aa aoon aa the I.usltniiia's winches have lowered the leaden casket lo the neck SIm'!!! K?5 h-1u';d,r'k"'i ,w will open thla coffin und place the body In . bron, one wtigMnK llbou, ao noun(lK. The bronre coffin will be enctised In a solid innhoganv cusket. The Dopartmant Corrections boat will take the body to a pier in llrook- ''" "here the undertaker s hearse will Waltlllf to carry It to the late Mayor f" """' 20 K,th i,venue , T,h iiolice nnd firemen pallbearers u. ol. .unite ,h6 caIlk,t , ,ne,c ,vernl transfers. The body will be left with Mr. Oaynor a laniil from the time of Us arrival nt the i.iguin u venue nonse unill inai eveiuti In the afternoon services for the family and the immediate friends will be held nt Ihc house. The llev Dr. Frank W. Page, formerly rector of St. John's Kpis copal Church in llrooklu, will con duct these services. Mr. Uaynor and the other members of the family will look upon the body for the last time follow ing this ceremony. Lste Saturday afternoon the body will be taken to the City Hall In Manhattan and will be placed on a platform under the dome, where pollc.men and firemen will aland as a guard of honor through out the night and the next day. The doors of Ihe City Hall will he thrown open to the public at It o'clock Sunday morning, and tho body will II In atnte until suflset At sunset the casket will be closed and sealed. The guard of honor will con tinue on duty until the body leaves the City Hsll Monday morning. The procession will leave the City Hall at 10:10 o'clock Monday morning. The organisations which will tske part have been asked to form In line In th streets adjoining City Hall Park at :S0 o'clock to be In readiness Heidlng th procession there will be 1.(00 policemen In uniform on foot and 400 mounted policemen. Ex-President Taft and th other honorary pallbearer will come next, fol lowed by the Cltlsen Committee, headed by ex-Mayor Beth Low and ex-Mayor i George B. McClellan. Then will com I the carrlsges containing the members of 1 thJLrJ,nor JffSft 'nd b'hlnd the" ,h vvi vissgg, Wl(iliaiiiviig, Dovta Broadway lo Church. The procession will pass down tlroad way directly to Trinity Church. Here the public funeral services will be conducted I by Bishop (freer, assisted by Suffragan I Bishop C. 8. Hutch and th Rev. Dr. William T. Manning, rector or Trinity. There are only 8t sittings In Trlnltv ' Church. Of these the vestry will occupy i twenty. Th Uaynor family and Im mediate frlenda. the honorary pallbear er, th Cltlxens Committee and the Com mittee on Arrangements, the heads of the city departments, the members of the Board of Estimate, justices of the Su preme Court of the First snd Second Departments, the City Maglstratea and Municipal Court Justices, and the at tendants in the Supreme Court in the Second Department while Mayor Uaynor was a Justice In that department, will all have to be accommodated In the remain ing seats. The body will be hurled In a new cir cular plot Just Inside the Thirty-seventh tfgat gate of Oreenwood Cemetery. The j Oaynor family has purchased this plot since the death of the Mayor. Thla la the order of the servioee to be held at Trinity : 1 Sentences. Rinlal Psalms Lessen I Cor An; i.em "Ves Trinity Choir Hymn "Lata, committal I ' II u lie s . lilt sd though I walk'' Kindly Light " Hymn "Rearer My Ood. ti Th " The hymna "Lead, Kindly Light" and "Nearer, My Clod, To Thee," were lelectrd by Mr. Oaynor. The American Museum of Natural His tory announced yesterday that as a mark of respect to the memory of the late Mayor the institution would be closed to the public on the dav of the funeral until 1 o'clock. The executive committee of the Auto i. ay nor yesterday. The late Mayor was a member of the club. Oeneral Manager Cglderwood of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company yestei -day Issued orders that all car traffic on the north roadway of the Brooklyn Bridge should stop to-morrow when the body of Msyor Oaynor Is being conveyed from Brooklyn to the City Mgll, Mlmllsrl) on Monday the traffic will be halted on the south roadway when the i,0,v wm aK:li, pass over the bridge after thl services in Trinity Church. FOUND DEAD OF GAS IN HOTEL. . H. Harvey Keitlatcrril a ,Pll 11 Myers of Jersey lt. Mount VgsjroN, x. v.. Kept in. r. ! Harvey, who for two yea had made nil nome at ureenwlch. Conn., way found asphyxiated In Dew Hotel tit West Mount Vernon to-duy. Mr. Harvey was the son of Kdward Harvey. In his lifetime one of the wealthiest oilcloth manufao -z-- , ,t'- "' iniinr m quesuonaoie nnancia concerns, to hae Inherited more :han 11,000,000. and a man with a nriann raeneH h . , rars in sir. narvoy went to Ilrun.; .1, . ... .... ... . . n,ii in ,t. inr .- T nCltijai.' Sanitarium. ,r Ha,-vc su.d thai ha had retired 'r'"n active business He appeared to hae plenty of money, getting it from New York on the 1st and 1Mb of each month. Coroner Dunn decided that the death wag accidental. M0FFITT HEADS REALTY MEN ev Vrk I II) Selected for Ihc Co. vrntlon Next irar, liiM'HKSTB".. Sep;. IS. Th HtaP con vention of the Heal Batate Association at its dosing geaalon selected New york -it :o-u.iy as its meeting place for 1814, and elected the following officers: President. William S. Moltitt. New Tori; city: Oral vloepridnt, Thomas j ewer- turf. Buffalo: second vice-president, . D, Hums. Ithaca; third v let -president. I. p. Woodworth, Rochester : secretary, Jnines a. Moore, (slip; treasurer, B. c t?ierk Utlca; executive committee. H. J. Hart of Syracuse ; v ja itusseii of Ogdenaburi and DaVld H. Selleck of BlnghamtOP. A bill providing for the licensing of real estate brokers was drafted and re ferred to the executive committee for fur ther action. The bill also provides for ,i real estate commission to be primed by i Mm I'iovernor. Arch Support Shoe with Coward Extension Heel Coward Shoe mnw iff. Falling arch is almost an anatoinic.il certainty, where the shoes worn are not constructt-tl to support the muscles and ligaments of the arch structure. For over a generation, J. S. Coward has designed and built COWARD SUPPORT SHOES WITH COWARD EXTENSION HEEL for preventing and correcting falling arch and ' flat loot." The medical profession and an appreciative public have given us their confidence Because Coward Shoeg embody approved scientific prineiplee, in accordance with the anatomical relation ol the foot structure, and degree of elevation required. In this store, each person with a fallen arch receives individual attention and every foot is fitted according to its needs. Coward Area laeesrt Sa aed Coward Est stea Heel. Iwveeesaatede e Jasssa S. Cawsrs. ia hi Custom Usas'tauat, tor over JO yar. JANES S. COWARD Buried, cremated or embalmed? H ''Motheri8deftd"wirpHn distracted young wife to her husband out West. "Shall I bury, cremate or embalm?" And the husband, who had a dread of chances, wired back: "All three." Of course thoroughness can be carried too far. You might start from the Battery and try every tailor between there and Saks'. I Or from 59th Street and experiment towards us in a downtown direction. sT Di.f U 1 j -11 uul utif process would entail a lot of time, money and disannninfmont fl And inasmuch as vnu have got to come to Saks' eventually, the wisest course is to come to us now. CAPS $1 TO $3.50 We don't merely deal in caps, VC specialize in them, culling the best numbers from both domestic and foreign sources. Caps for golf and for lounging wear, in all shades and shapes. Broadway at 34th Street. FUGITIVE "PROMOTER" CAPTURED ON LINER Alleged Swindler Got 9800,000) Is Arrested on KHurn From Abroad. Walter li. Kuruald. orirnntet ol n nnm- mlssloner Hamuel M llltchcook lieid him I . -- CHI M '1 Fl J..',ii honila lor further e- qmlMtloa In p-m ceding looking to his removal lo Trenton, v .i There the Federal llrand Jur) htis jn dicted him li will be put on trml for his connection with ihe capital llecurlly and Ihtrrhaslng Company and ths Imperial Iruate rompnny. Furnald is siid to have organized Ihe Imperial compan) in New Jersey for lh advertlaed purpose of fur nlshlng capital for struggling concerns. Hut according to lh I nlted states postal authorities KurMld, instead oT helping coon'; I'ompaaiea,. helped himself to a number of fee ranging from f.vst to tT.nnn on prom ses in eld, He nits indicted In its, and fled to Kng- Igftd, deaartlug oftii es here ll is said thai tite PurMld conoerM gathered in about a.VH),O00 KufMld, it is Mid, while in London or- ganlxod mstrioiui.il ageMy under tho name of Muagrnve g Mather. When the i.oniion nuthorlti came prying into his itffnirs ne fled to I'tiris. Word i nine to the Federal authorities here that Furnald hid bookii paaekgg for Nev. I nrk on the W hite gtar liner Maiaatla under lh name of Jatnes Bcurade, when the sliip nulled out ol UuHrtintine yeste: day mtritiiig tjosi office iuspei tors arresteil nim. Kurnald in sn was convicted of receiv ing stolen goods in sun rranctaoo and gm a lour year sentence in Stm (Juentut prison. For Men Women and Children NEW YORK IrH Itorbcrc Che Mtwuitnm