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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1915.
M-f 3 II. S. ASKS ENGLAND mrs. chanler sees ship admit p.dcdhcdtpd! OFF WITH KITS FOR FRANCE "STREETS OF PARIS" TO AID RELIEF WORK GAG ROLE IN SENATE TO FORCE SHIP BILL BRIDE SAYS BANKER IS A 3 BOTTLE MAN ttUUUl UllDUllUlllDU V'niif In Know Wli.v AllK'I'iciill United mill Her Colors lliiiilcil Down. Many Phases of Life in French Cnpital Will Have Kopro soii tuition. Wilson Spur Drives Democratic Leaders io Adopt Drastic Methods. Joseph . Jordan's Aflantfc City Romance l'-iuls in Suit for Separation. I,NST IIMTISH HULKS VAHIOl'S FUNDS SWKLhKl) mm ,MAY UK NIGHT SESSIONS UK IlliA.MKS CI OA IIKTTKS i . -.t.is. .Ian. in. Tii- rmtf.i a. -ted promptly to get from i uti an r x pin mi t Ion of 111 haul- i.v the Itrlllsli of an Arnerlmn i i llylnu mer the American ill. ctihrloi. The complaint of hi the ( Jretnhrler. which wn v State I ii ttnrlit, was I telv li-ought l'i the alien- Hi'tHh Km'ussy heie. No r"- n ill" by :hl (lnvorninont. lint . of th ictl'm ib rli' ir hough. . i tain what oxphinaMon, If iii't'nh riovcniment oil nil to i umiplii'neil of wore reported i -in to-day by Ambassador Hc -i.r, ami In u statement (mm i . o' in- (.reeimrier. mo priii i .if c impl.i'n' In thut the t'nlted i i wan hulled down on the ilrctn i . 'ic H-:tlsh navigated her Into ! e itn'n ition. l- h. are of the opinion that no -r. in ,t i, , ..n i an lie shown tor limning I,o American Hag when the status ,.f thi "lie nhrtnr as an American vessel i,l way been changed. Such a (,-.!. ,il ic It was declatcd. In nulle con-i-.iij i accepted rulo In cases where i.iji , .el8 .ire helil up nt sea for ex m n. i i'i "f papers ami search of eiirgi. I . . nollvViil here that tho complaint i. . .p'.un In thin cao Is tntlrely Just n ill l'i oi..-r. Tl" ' '.reenbner -iM bound from New . . 'or llreini'ti with a cargo of cotton 1 1 c n not treated by .iiiy of tho bei i. is is cuitratund of war. Tim fact ' .'.irgi consisted of cotton was .ft. ,, ".i in th Ilrltlsh Consul at New 0'. liieemlier 30, dipt. Farley of the .rtitli 'i" he u-iih halted liy u Ilrlt . . n ' which neiit olllecrs ahoanl to , i m ii. i . iMpern. Sevei nl sailors were o "' ii'Oinl and lie wan untircil to .1m hi so fur Kirkwall. Seo'l.ind. A Pit's lit-r. he states, he was again h. ilii ' "' I a" ollleer was Kent from the crule take charge of the navigation (.f in. ' If eenlmir, though ("apt. I"arly i. hle lul to tins. At the same time, the m'i ..'i 'I'loin wre hauled down uml the ItMi.nh ll.iK Klllwlltllted. On urUal at Kirkwall Capt. Karley xnn I M t. take hlft 't-cl to l.elth. He rf i".i.l I., do irf ax lonK an the Jtrltlh lla a f! i it "i the i trfetilirler. 'Hie Anier i'ii ilik in then reKtored, the eset v.i! i. I.e. iii and, lifter n dny'K delay, ro. . r.ie.l to HruiitMi without further mo it . i ! ... l.eve.l hero that the Iirltl-li nr. . i ! nt .ll (llcnviiw the action with. i i l 'ii I he i Ireiiihrlr r'M eolor, for II it" lint lull rule to haul down in:' .1 'I. ikk under eircuiiiKtanceK kucIi an j e '"i'lirij; up ii iiiu r't uui km . DACIA MAY SAIL TO-DAY rnruo i miipli'te, but ('li'nrnni'e l"lliers Nut Vi'l TllUcu Out. ri i " "V Tex. Jan. ;o. The steam k ; ''i a ompleted hr cargo of ll.duO ' ' to-day and the matter of her .-"liiarrly up to the shipper, who ' . iniinuiii'oil the Visstl's destlnn- lllnif hour. istom House eloj.e.1 without he- j leuninn papers, but deilnli f in the bi'ipers Is exiiected by i The agents say tho shippers i. ill longer than to-morrow In . iiinc the Unt supplies of coal have been taken . hut It Is ritsirled that the D.icla I to Hrenieii or ttotterdam via Nor-j in thai caso the llrlttsh cruiser, iik Iii the gulf will be iilsappolnt'd, - H.i.ia will hug the three n.Ilo limit I .. , 'oil. ' 'II' i; St dP ' ,is a 1.20.. mile radius wlrel, ,s out-' h is coimteil on to warn her of tin-hit i h of hostile cinft until she has I tlie other side. Alselxuro on tho 'l ie is mustilercil preferable to cue fe watets. I'. .S'. TAKES S'O ACTIOS'. Wm'm.tov, Jan. 20. While Informisl b ". mners that tho ttiamshlp Daeia " - . I "". Itoittrdam or Hremen regard-- "' the llilllsh ibs'lslon to selr.e her, ie -tr.. lieparttnenl Is Inking no part n i'ii- project. If l' i' ii- ili.it tho Department fnt w.u r.rt. I nmulE ln ' t r.i - iiipurt the owners zure were w nout lounuatlon. i.i.rested III tho Daclu will have to ... . . .. i i Th 'sr.J.. ihe merits of their ciso In H prlne "U. The I'nlt.d States would flgiue onlj t in appeal was Hied rrom the llrlt- h il .-Inn alleging ll denial of Justlc se i .i-Uiis for dlplomallc adjustment. 1 s Ii. Iieted thut tin- D.icki cae will Ii a stage for a long time. Tho P'i-p ie i unco of opinion at the State De i in i m that thu Dacla owners have ' l ' i' iitlciilatly strong case. T e iiie-tion of tho United States wvtr 'tk inn,, ui grunting Insuiiince to thu In us aigo of cotton again has been i ker u t and will bo decided to-morrow. T''. ii, .an refused orverul days ago to . n. ilnk. but 'he Treasury olllclals tr i'. tl have had a second thought. I '! i' 'i -runt Insurance to a ship trans- r I in ihe American Hag would bo I a I 'i .'onslderabl.i c-ITict Itl urgulng ' the nilp purchnse bill. It also - i . ted as sttong evidence ugaln-t 'l'i i in a Ilrltlsh prize court. Piilhnndor Hesiiioes Hremen Trip. I 'N. Jan 20. A despatch from vt , I Holland, nys that the American i'" n - i p.fhllnder has started for IJro- Hfn i 'ie i argo or cotton. PLANS STEFANSS0N SEARCH. Siirilior Priiposen SendliiR Hydro" aeroplnne to Arctic, lin '.'ft An expedition car peiiuioii cor-i .I ...,e".,nes o search for elg hi f Steru'i.son expodi- M.N nnVir'XU'jr hoXV vor,.. also.! a "o ami I I Ian iii.nounced to-nlsht i ' ' i"1 "r" .1 ,..llr ,,i..llll,.ri h'lh leetl I m n i I-..-. A, if 1 t ie CiTia- M ' mm II s-iys that If the ana- . " " , , 1 i wei to his proposal ho will . i ork and euile.nor to have pity llnanced through prlvnU lb I'Ktiiuaied the cost at $110,000. KKEFELLERS EXPECT STORK. '"' Ii Heir I 'nr In r I of .lolm II,, .Ir, nt Mr and Mis. , D. i .in- ami .ins. aonii iF.iuiipoiii.ii.- ' ,,Vn- Jr. were Inteiemed yesterday of tho military H-rvlce. "" 'm,'M that another baby I. ox- lleprcsen atlv.. Hi tier nf , l . i. f. n... i -el,.... ' n.nUiiiL- ltemibl can of the i ommlttee on ". "V. '"'... " " nil IU en l re I lie yoilllgrsi n ,,,, i : ' .r'VlieUr H?rwiir w,i,. ll,.i bn. Ii, i.mi. I. Ill Iii-i honie In Pocanllio to cause I'lnelicnsiiin. It was said that I, .ii.' illagno-ed her disease as '- iiicinia liiily IImIsi'm oiier Hun, JO -Tne lieiun enr ei.poiii. in ai . Hint Swiss agents , ii i.iinid Ii.iij's promise no 'old up . upper and corcals des-, w. i... ii nd at tlenoa It wns .Mi.suaalon that won over It- .tnl , rorrltit by t'niferwftoil A. tn lemixin Mrs William Astor Chanler on ried away the The HteamKhlp llwhnmlieaii of the i Pn'iich lliii Kalle.1' yi'Mcrda ufternoon for , l''ii Kiven The Itochatnbeaii will land Havre havlnR on tard many hundred , ""r ", "" , . , , , The Itoi'luimlieau nleo lu alioard a l.-ifayett." UltK Klven t.y Amrrl.'aim forl,u,K, mmi,.r r lim lruok clm for til comfort of 1'Vtneli koIiIPtk In the j in tin. I'Venoh arm and a val ii:in- (leld. Mr. William Amor Chanler, who , tlty (if h tkos'Ikh'k from I'lltHlmrK for Ik largely lnteP'Kte.1 in the mn tineiit to 1 the IVeneh "'.nnlry and artillery Amoni; olitain theKo Ijitayette kltK, wi iit to the the lilt- cIuii'k paKiencern were a hcoiu of pier ImfoiH the Khlp left to Oil' nil IVeneli American volunlrn. There were liad been safely put on hoard and ulin wait fewer tlmn fifty ealiln pasicngem OF MEN ALARMING VI lllLU AUnilJllllUj Admiral I'letchcr Sa Atlnntie Fleet Alone Should Have 5,."i(H) .More. n.ui kvkiiv sun' l,KI'"lf '' WtFHiN'iTos, Jan. An Inve-iigatlon Just compii'tod under the dlnctlon or Hear Admltnl Fletcher nas nwiceeu amnn-, lug shortage or officers and men to man ertlclf ntly the battleship Heel of the Amer bun navy. ThU Is shown In a letter ad- j dressed to Chairman Padgett of the IIou-o Committee on NiimiI Affairs, dmlnil Fletcher's letter has mado a( ' onlf m,ri.hllioll u... Naval Committee . i. ,. ...in,.ti.,n ..f mi '"av 1VH,,U '" tho a option of mi , ...,,..,,i,,,. ... ... ti,. naval bl l changing the enlisted personnel of the nasal se.vlce. I letter follows: I "V. S. WVOMIM1, Ki.Aiisiur. "Navy V.r.t Vmi. VOI'U. Jilllllary 14. 11115. "My I'KOi Mr. Pam;btt. 1 ibslr-j to cor rect my lewtiinoiiy as glxcn on page &47 of the hearings Indole your committee, rli.i lestimniiv Is 111 answer to the ques tion as to 'luiw many short we would bo we attempted to put .ill our fighting I .iii,. In is.iiinilKsioo with trained n-nki'. Mv reply was to the effect that I could not Klse exact figures, but my Impression i ,....i.i ..i. t linn nr .".noil nd. Was lllill "fc i..i,e - -- dltlon.ll llien to fllllj' 111.111 the shlIS Which - ,70!(tlht,e9 f,,u,io in addition to 'm "! , , ,h u,.w ti,..t should in n ctiiiiiL iif iii' iiuiiiik'i iip" - im,.(llaU.i y p,. called out of reserve. ablH ,0 KH m..ie exact : formaton Hoards, consisting or the C.i In- Cap tain and other ranking nlllccrs or ex perience, by order or tho Navy Depart ment, have been, appointed upon every battleship or the Atlantic fleet, with In structions to carefully consider the com plements f both olllccrs and men required on tho various types of vessels and scrutinize the. number allowed In each rank and rating with a view to reducing tin. same lo the lowest practicable, con sistent with t-lllelerc) for n peace com- i plemont, and tho lowest iuiihoit mm would bo delrablo for a war comple ment. , , "These boards have now completed their work and the result has de eloped an alarming shortage of aUkers and men that aro required to efficiently man our ships for battle. The reports of all these hoards were made Independently ami arc singularly unanimous In their conclusions, presenting a more serious shortage than ..niii hnvH been anticipated by either the Navy Department or tho Heel until brought to light by this searching investi gation. "Tlm reports of '.hose boards show that In the twenty. one battleships In com mission and now composing the Atlantic llect then- Is a shortage or 5,'J1! men and orilcei-M reoulnsl to III! all stations nee- , essury to efficiently man the ships In i battle. I ""riie nhovo llcnres relate to tho com- - - ., ,,, , .. ,h. ,' ' J(, , n ,. - -n."1,rn.i .. r.illv nun, the shins, which ... , i. ,,,ii.. ,,,.., ,l mv, ii 1 ' 0UBl,t to 'jr. ,!."V,t711,,,"" h-."'-f,'f' of "0St""leS tlt',1 n,y iilnu I 1"""..""" , . . "M 'mFi" report has been sent tn . s,.,r...r.. ,,r tll s-,1V, hut I desire 1 tllrt atiOVO lacih in oe n;ii-"i in juui i-'-- , on ori, r that the testimony 1 gave ,,.,,,.,. ...... ...Mnniltteu may not bo mis-I Mlln,li i ' W nuts More for Airships, me. Ihe naval nno-onrlallon Hill , ..... ....... .. ... - ... vlso calling ior i. n-u. .u " morn "as linn 'i.iii.' i., " in.ii.-ireut awakening of INiiigreNs (., the - . - . ,... ,w,lfll..,l l.P.ttlt Importance or this long n eg eel.-" I branch 'vV. "i irri.lrs .l asserts that onlv nbout - - $3t!0,000 will be available for new nlr- r l::,.::-, T.'b l' I"" liniioiinoi I ' ".'..""'.. : ' i .i I r...... .,f uei iiiiiiiiio . ." - theun well kllOWII flll'tH I don't think the I'nlted Slates Is doing as inui'ii ior uio national defence In this dliootlon ns it "''"Af'tir milking necessary nllowiinces for the cosi .it ixperlmeiitiil w-tk, iiangiirs, sheds, Aii . It Is estimated that there re- mams only Jllf.0,000, which if present" the niiiount that can no xienin-u n ior new aiK-iuft. TliU su;ri v.'l'l l"ir"hn-o twenty.four aeroplanes, with no dirigible, or ono dirigible with mi ueroplants. "Fifty ucroplancs nnd wo dirigibles, as the liner Rochambcati, which car Lafayette kits. niiii'li pleased with the nuiiumr that liad i recommended by the board oil aeronautics, vvulil cost fl.lfcT.iWO. The proKiscd lip I proprlatlons for 1 f 1 it. making no provision for upkeep or experiments, amount to .crws - vi .-nnH at the end of lOII the Vnltist Stales navy would find Itself tho owner of one dirigible, olio dirigible shod and lorty-four aer. planes, but with no piovl- . sion for upkeep or iniilntenani'e or these I and particularly with no allowance for m.ii-hlnes thv wear inn or a:e wrecked. What a small air fleet as compared with i thou, of iTermati. France r (Ircat lint ain I" HOUSE APPROVES BILL FOR ONE COAST GUARD Life Savinir and Heveiiii' Cut ler Services to He .Merged as Naval Unserve. Washishtov. Jan. in The life saving I sen - lee and the rosenue cutter service will "' ,"'"M ','P;ira,t'1 wivn i-resinent ' Wllium .k'n, ii 1.111 T1..MHA.I tlie llnliMe -" " " v"'e '.I ..... ... ... iu m- or the two services, the cmst guard will bo charged with the duty or saving lives III water over which the United States has Jurisdiction and perro-mliu the work now done by the revenue cutter service. T'le bill, which ha been Indorsed hy PreKldent Wilson, alp'ady has passed tho Senate, and upon the adjustment III con terenco or certain dlfferenci-s between tlie two houses It will go to the Piosildcnt. ' The bill passed to-day places the coast guard under the Treasury Department as ii naval reserve that mn be transferred to the Navy Departm" i' '. time of war hy order of the Presul, nt. The coast guard will be made up or 4.100 trained and experienced men. who may be placed on a retired list arter a certain number or yocirs ir they are Incapacitated while In the line or duty BIO U. S. SUBMARINE LAUNCHED. I.-1, of . est Tjpe, la Our of Nrirn Mliillnr Vessels Authorised, Ql'iNCT, Manx., Jan. 20. The submarine L-l. the largest yet built tor the United Stai's navy, was launched nt the yard or the Fore Klver Ship llulldlng Corpora tion this arternoon. Sho is one or seven vts-uls or the same I.d.1 ii...e nil If isoitriict uHliiil.it loiiu am falllllcd she will develop a speed of 14 knots on the surface nnd ten knots sub merged LOWER CABLES TO HAVANA. The Western Pit ion Telegraph Company annouiicisi a risluctlon efTectlvo Immedl ntely In Its minimum cable letter rato to Havana from Jl to 7i" 'ents. Tho word rato remalno nt 5 cents, but the minimum churge Is for fifteen words, In stead of twenty as heretofore. The Western I'nloii Telegraph Company announces also tho establishment of a deferred service to Havana at a rato of 8 cents n. word foe moHageti In plain language, subject to such delay ns may be Involved In Mielr deferment to full rate inisst.iges on hand. Tho deferred rate to Pile's In Culm outside of Havana will ! ' "' ord. npTCK'S AUTORRAPH AT 101 & AU lUlliUVm Ai IU1. - The .lolm .lollnc l.llirnr.v Mule ...... """" The first Iti-m fold In yesterday's session of the Ji line library sale at the Anderson I t ' ' bn.ughl III.' best prtce of the oay. u was ine "i.uv and rimes nr. William IV." by Percy Fitzgerald, extra. Illustrated, and It sold to Ceorge D. Smith ' .. in;,; , , ',.. ... ... .......... '" CIHIIII ll"l HUIIHIII .!". HOI. 1111 lllllll. , (..nrl fi(. aI)() N 1 ! iph letter id (inn Iclt, fir 101 and No I 7TT the " Milhentlc Narrative of Mr Itetlietiunt Fiom the Stage." ...... , ' . . . . . . .:...' ".T P.. 1 1. North paid i'.m f. r No, r. tij. the (liol ei Club edltliHi of Fitzgerald's Hu baiyal The total for tin day was $2 500, mak- 'I"': he tol 1 lo date fS.t2TD T,lt' "'"'" ""idmueg to-day , : - j yc.t ' oif ()) tl) Cfcllldc jlOUV V'OM ftpots. 576 FIFTH AV ly) C0R.7W5T- mill m out" ill l-uirn MMnn ill mo inline . iiiic "... .... . ... n-i ..v-vnn-r.- typo which have been authorized. Tho day on account of the Junior League en-L-l register 450 tons uml measures 165 tertalnmer.t nt tho Waldorf-Astoria. "The Streets of larls." or In other words, Paris Itself In miniature, Ik to make Its way Into New York through th iiKCiicy of the Lafayette fund, which Is nendlnK comfort kits to French KOldlers. Almost every pluup of I'arlslnn llfw that Ik worth tallcllitf nhoiit wtl1 hove Its representatloil If n hall lirire enough tn hold them all can Ii' found. Model and plans of the Luxembourg Hardens, the Latin Quarter, Moutrnartrn with Itimu-Ic hall, (ho cafes and certain well known i streets utv now being maile. The twines of the follou'liiR appeir on ' tho executive committed Mrs. John Jacob Astor. Mrs. William Astor Chanler, Mrs. I John Jay Chapman, Mm. James II. ltuke, Mr. and Mrs. Archer M. HuntlnKtnu. Mr. and Mrs. t'hlllp M. Lydlcr, Mrs. I. Cooper Uewttt, MIm .Tnliet A'.'tiddcr, Mrs. Leo Thomas, Mrs M. Orme Wilson. Mrs Henry IloRers Wlnlhroi, Miss Kiiilly Hloane, Itoliert J.. Il.tron, William Astor Clvinh r. Krvdorlo It. Coudert and It. Hayanl Cutting. 1 Tho llrst Jt.Ofio of a fund which Hunter, C ullego seniors hope to raise by the pres-1 cntatlon of "I'runella" next Monday after- noon and evening In the Hunter College, chapel will go to the tUd ( rout I-unci, no-' cording to an annoiinceniint niade yester- "'J; .... I lrsiernayn nuniwripiiuiis 10 ni.f ii".i Cro-"" War HuMef Kuml nmounted to H,T.:, nuking a total or HtVJl's. Hfty ono dollars came In yeMenluy to the lted Cros for thu Italian Karlhipiakc Uellef Fund, which now totals (1,204. Them will In' ,i day for i'hllili.1. at the Ilerkelej- Theatre In We-t Forty-fourth street mi Saturday, January .1". when MIsk K. K. Key nolds will direct u matinee of Ituishin folklore and song for children lor the benefit of the American Hosplt.ll n' l'etrognid. Tho money will bo sent through the Committer of Mercy. A reiui'jit has been Kent to the Mayfalr !tellcf. Fifty-second street and Firth avenue, bj Mrs. Olivia Itndlngton. an American In 1'arU fur changes of clothing for lilhles 111 l'.iris. The llelglnn llellef Fund received ?3,3au yesterday, making the totnl J&0.32 The Polish lltllif I'oinmlttee, 4"7 Fifth nvenile, received $t!if yesterduv, making the total llti.f.U. Tho Sei-ours I National Fund now am tints to tS.1,612. j of which (57 was received yesterday by Mrs Whitney Warren at lfi Hast Forty- I te'. elith street I A subscription of (1.1P0 was recoiled ,.t.nt.'i i.v l l Mi.r.n.., Ar t '., r..r ika i American Ambulance Hospital In Paris from Mr. F.dwaid N Olblis for an auto- niobilo ambulance This subscription with j others brought the total of tho turn! to 301,.'.'.bS. 1 eterdn Conlrlliiitloos tn the Prlncessr ite Polx l-'iiml Prliiceso de 1-olx's work In lUhnlf of I urther contributions In aid or S'Ta nV":,T n,"H,"",rly f-00. The money Is used for buying yarn iu wholesale, which Is shipped to Paris free of iiwt on the first available boat. Ihcro It Is Immediately put Into the women paid by the Prlncm-e do Polx and made Into warm garmi.tK. Titn Hu.v wishes to repi-.it that there Is no more direct and effective way of aiding French war sufferers than to help swell this fund. I Cash received yesterday. (10 from Mrs. William M. Conway, 220 Lexington ave- i nue, Pittsburg, (tn from Harriet Suther- land, superintendent of the Cornell In- , nrmary. itnoca, x. Y. A large bundle of woollen garment camo from Mrs. Maty ii I'unton. '.ii .North Fifth street, She boygan, Wis. Society Attends l.nfayette I'ninl I In nee nt Vs nderlill t. The usual Wednesday evening dance of the Lafayette Fund was held last night under the auspices of the Paul Jones Club In the Delia llobbla room or the Vamlcr hllt. There weiv several Interesting rea lities arranged by the Misses Wlborg. in cluding the two miracle dancers, Tom Dingle and Jack Corcoran, from "Hello ilroadway.' and a minstrel performance given under the direction of James It Hurope. Conrad's band and the Itusslan Halalalka orchestra played for dancing. Some of those present were Mrs, W Astor Chanler, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ceorge F. 5iaker. Jr., Mr and .Mrs. Sydney S. llreese. air. aim aim. ...iinuri . ii eiliion. .Mr. anil .inn, iit'i'vi! iavi,ll, .ill, anil airs, lier- uard M. Ituruch, Miss Louise Sands. Mrs. Whitney Wurren, Miss Janet Scudder, Mr. and Mr. Itlcardo .M. Do Arosta, Mr. and Mrs. James It. Duke, Mr. and Mrs. Arch'r M Huntington, Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Llvcrmore. Mr. and Mrs. Harold 1. Pratt, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard F Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. Ualvin Truesdale. Charles D. Wetmore, Mr. and Mrs. Oondby Iiew. W. Forbes Morgan, Jr.. and Ltwrence Perkins. There will be no meeting next Wednes WILL CIRCLE SOUTH AMERICA. Kroonlsnd, Under Stars nnd Stripes First Ship to MhUo That Voynge, Tho Hed Star liner Kroonland, mado In America and (lying the Stara and Stripes, sails to-day on a cruise around South America ;yiil will bo the first liner to circumnavigate that fmtinont. She will lie Ihe blggtwt vessel lo go through the Panama Canal. She has aboard 300 excursionists, who will be away rrom this Krt for eighty-two days. She will I visit numerous sirts of the West Indies and all the Important cities of the east and west coasts of South America. The passengers aro rrom nil parts of this country and Canada. Among them me. Congressman McKlnlcy of Illinois, Mr and Mrs, lloger W Ilabson of Iloston, Dr. Luclen C. Warner, dipt. Charles W. 1 ,,i nna II.. M-I...I..I.I n- T..-l liluwii, ..ui, unit .mid. iiiiiumi I I'uiiein, A Henry Dr Don S, Harvey. Mrs. , , .,..,, ,. ,. ii.i, r',, ., Mrs U II Plimpton and Mrs. Penn Mather. William platicRimsmiti iNy "3 Vl jewelers la I 'HE Gattle Collection cmbbdics these prime essentials of the mode in jewelry: quality of gems, artistry of setting and that refinement of character proverbial of Gattle Workmanship. Off uiu St. Parte)' C.atkiitr! f WATPB I from tli White lloure Democratic lead SDRVED AT THE MOST EX-Vh In tho Kenato decided to-day to renort CI IISIVP AS WPI I AS THF; MOST POPULAR DANCES. FLYING BOAT RECORD IS BROKEN BY SPERRY In Cnrtiss Ilydi'oiilane With Alan llawley He Flies Over lluiNon. Itl It I)S HKATKN . IX RACK I'lrhaps It was because this Is the r., He.isou on ducks now or simply the fa,.t ,Mat hB rltrtri't carry a gun that j Kept Alan It. llawley, president of .the. ,.r -lti1. from enjojliig t e rointileti' thrills of a Hew sport which lie found ytsterday when Lnwrtnru Sperry took him for a ride In a Hi lug boat up tho Hudson and back. Mr. llawley told re porters that chasing wild dorks In an aeroplane whs (he list sport he knew. President llawley said last night that they had broken the American Hying boat li'conl for distance nnd duration for an aviator with n passenger, with a tllghl of sixty miles In one hour and twenty-five minutes. This rerord was held by Adulph !. Sutro for ii Might In California u year ago of thirty-three miles In o- o hour and fifteen minutes. "Why, I never vaw isuie scared ducks in my lire," said Mr. llawley as the movies caught him In the, process or re storing circulation. "We put up a llock on our way back off Yonkers and drove them ahead or us for a mile or so. I never knew an nlr machine could bent out what I thought was a ninety mile an hour bird. l!ut two of the-.i persisted In keeping In our (iv nnd then when the found they couldn't show us anything In the way of spied they cot full of panic and tried to drop us. Hut we dove and ro.iiPil iLk well as they did and llnnllv I n umy our legiiro no uursei,, -. uu, prevented their getting nuxeii up in our propeller.' Mnong the other things tliev nued a' d beat was one or the New York Centrals Western expresses. Now ir any one wiit-s In and says that he was on the train and that It was the triln that wen the rnee. I be oilgltt to be told right here tluil he I w.ih on the wrong train And then too "'r'' w th" ''""' llr"-r Hochambenll scan" Mend, aboard l.ir too whom he , Hhow fHW trlcl(s r . ulr. Aviator Sperry's reaoon for Hying yes- ,,,r,ij- ,vi,s to prte to tho satisfaction of t, Arr chili of America that h could qiralify s m, i.ei'ift-,, expert ..v-.'sr ar well tv ho a son of the Inventor of the gyroscope which stabilize' nlr craft He flew the twenty-five inllex cross country and return without stopping, ami he now has only to make a descent from I.r.oo feet, land within lift meters of a certain spot and cut certain liguie fights befoi. he riMilly gets a license Ills ufternoon (light with Mr. Ilawle.i follow" d on or two with u mechanic in tho morning from ins hangar nt tho navy yard. With Mr. llawley he look the water of the Bast ltlver at 2 :S0 P. M and was m the air a few minute later after circling under the Manhattan Itrldgr Then com ing hnclv h" swooped over the heads ol the timekeepers nnd darted under the Williamsburg llriilge. That was the Inst sis-ii of him at the navy Jim! until Just before 4 o'clock when he returned. lie had followed the Fast njid llailem rlveis to the Hudson, nude his way to Sing Sing prlmin. tho .me tandin.uk which both Sperry nnd llawley said they were sure of, and then returned to Manhattan, circling the lower end ot It. Sperry's Curtlss flying boat was one which he had used only .twice before. He still has adjustments to make on it with his own mechanlHtus anil much to show to Lieut. Sauiley of the navy, who Is Invest! eating the stabilizer and who was one of the havy tilers who "lid scout work at I Vern Cruz YVES DE VILLERS ON TRIAL. . - i Accused of (Jetting Money From! 4 nrtlss Aeru Co, lit False Pretense. Yves lie VUlors. sometimes called Count le Vlllers, was put on trial yintordny be fore Judge Swiinu In "leneral Sessions on a chi-rgo of grand larceny. He is accused of having got Jf.23!.ri7 from the Curtlss Aeroplane Company of llammondsport by false pretence Major F.dgar Hunsel of lit" I'nlted States Slgmil Corps testllleil that the ijovern ment had a contract with '.he Curtlss company In furnish an aeroplane fitted with ii (Sliome motor and to make a i-peci. (led speed, The Curtlss company. In search of a ISO liorsc-pniwr motor, bought n motor from Do Vlllers that did not do tho work, ho euld, and tho contract wn can celled. M was teatlflnl that De Vlllers repre sented 'himself as the American agent of tlie Ciiiome company. Tho pro-is'utlon charges tluU he dellvereil a second hand motor. Tho case will lie continued lo-day. Otcrdue Ship Worries llnrUer t'om paiiy. The non-arrival of the toamhlp Tropfa i with tho scenery and costumes for irnn vlllc Ilarker' proiluction of "Androclea I and the Lion" at Wallack'H Theatre next I week Is causing considerable anxiety I among the comiuny In shipping clrcl.w ; it was though possible "esn.nla 'lint the boat, which Is only of 3,000 tons, inai bo delayed for several days on account of heavy weather, Wabminuton, Jan. 50. t'nder orders lto ''fnsHe inethodi! to push the ship pur rnnie uiu tnrouftn, pernapi in amenileil 'form, within tho hext two weckN. Tho ehaiiKo In the millook for the legislation Ir the n.'Kiilt of tlio extrnordlniiry nicth oils which the Senate lemlcrn are. to cm ploj In resimnso to thu lanh and npur the Kxeeutlve. These inethods lire sue Kettlvo of tho parliamentary "slronK HwciiiKinr in.,,.n.r,.Hi t.i.t.i ..i..... i the Senate probably will be Insisted on t by tlm Democratic leaders and a r. by tlm Democratic leaders nnd a form of "cloture" Invoked tn prevent Repub licans from carrying on their filibuster ngalnst the bill. ThlK now cloture Is said by Itepuhllcans t bo unprecedented and their characterization of It eems to bo borne out by study of precedents In tho Senate. The plan Is to hold that when n call Is made riir a quorum In tho course of a Senator's spici'li the effect will be 10 take the Senator from the Hour, mid when he resumes It will be to s'neaK tor tho sec ond tltno on the samp subjeri on the same parliamentary day Under "the rules the Senator Is not permitted to. specie moro than twice on the same subject In one legislative day without unanimous con sent. Hy withholding 4 hlH consent the Democrats can compel a Senator to con tinue spiaklng to empty seats unlll ho conclinUs or Is exhausted. The uteet of this ruling will he tn cut mi! calls fr a quorum nnd enable the I lemncratlc Senators and others so dis posed to repair to cloak rooms or com mittee rooms while a Senator Is speaking and not be lmtlly called for a quorum. The ItepublleanH admitted this utter noon that It would be imiHisslble ror them to maintain a succesrul filibuster ngalnsl Mich a ruling. They may challenge the ruling and appeal from the decision of the chair and prnvnkt a debate on the ques tion or procedure for ome time, hut ap parently tho do not seem disposed to carry the light that far lti-piibllian Senators . declared they were quite willing, after they have ex hausted their legitimate cirorts, to let the ship purchase bill go through and add one more to the many legislative "blunders" of the present Administration. They con sider It unwise legislation and likely to lend to International complications, to say nothing or vetting a precedent ror th' worsl form of flovernment ownership and destroying for all time the hope of restor ing tne American mercn.int marine, which seemed to be on the very point or revival. .Notwithstanding the drastic methods which the Democratic leaders stand read to adopt under pressure rrom tho White llnuw, they ate at sea thoinselves in re gard to tho President's bill The Demo crats or the Sennto had n pother caucus to-nlsht on tho ship purchase hill, but at II nelocK were again obliged to adtnurn without any action. Another n-sslon or the caucus will be In Id to-morrow night In an etloit tn reach an agreiment on prb- poseu (amendments, To-night's was the third caucus the Democrats have held In a vain nttemnt to como to a general understanding on this, Pill. : 7.TAMY flTT TflT T,r?"m Jiiniii Uii i'Oli, LLIuullBn. .... . .spei'ini i-reiiiriiiiniiM limn- There This Winter for Tourists, Tho steamship Ilerniudlan or tho Quebec Steamship Company sailed yesterday ror Hamilton. Ilermuda. with n ealiln t or 210 passengers. They were of the 2;,000 Americans and maybe more who will make Heriinida their place for vacation this win ter La.st year that was tho number of tourists, ten Hiiropean resorts being cioseii ii is tnouKUl tnat tills sens-Mi's will be even largei i-oim- .., ,..,, , e pas-engers were planning to - sisuid the remaining, "winter months In Ilermuda. but a 'urge number ...ii- ...n... .......lit.,'- ui LIU' Kpeeilll lutes. Including transportation nnd hotel nocoiiinusIntlnnK, that hae been olTereil. Ilcrmuila Just now Is at the very bent of Its season. The hotels have maile special nttr.ictlons for Americans who c.-fimot go abroad, nnd they are doing much In the way of social entertainment and nports. Tho Heriiiudlan holds the record for tho Itcrmuila run. having made It in 3!i hours and 20 mlnutos In I'il3 when President W'lson and his f.lnillv were passengers $800 This superb new C h i c k er i n g Player Piano is a work of artistic piano making in which every man in Chickering d Sons factory feels the pride of high accom plishment. The unenmpassed beauties of the Chickering tone have in this piano been provided for the whole world, for all to enjoy in the actual playing. Height 4 ft. 4 inches. Width 5 JL I inch. Depth 2 ft. 4 inches. Price Paynble $20 a Month Lord & Taylor Fifth Avenue, 38th Street, 39th Street Music Rooms Seventh Floor t'nttsu.tl chnrgeH and counterchirres In a suit by Mrs. Klolse Kvans Jordan, daughter of Amos II. ICvnns, a New York lawyer, for a separation from Juxeph V Jordan, wealthy bankT and manufac turer, of Ncwburgh, N. Y after less than six months of married life, became public yesterday when the piipero In un application by Mrs. Jordan for allmon wru lllnl In tho County Clerk's office. Mr Jordan Is the president of n New burgh bunk, president of the Hudson Valley Dairy Company and chief stocl - holder of the Coldwvll Liwn Mower Com IwM)'. one of the leading concerns of the lh". '7"",,r'- J Wn.M ,llyr:'" 9'. ""'l1 h . hls first wife. Mm i Anna .Ionian, on January lb, tsiii, on itistltnony that he entertained other wnmrin at his Newburgh home, (Jleti Toft, while some of his four children were living there. The wcoinl Mrs. Jordan U tivw living at the Illltmore Hotel. Jordan, who Is about thirty years older than his wife, said he first met the plain tiff, then Miss Klolse ivans, on thu H?ard walk ut Atlantic City last summer, when sin- iiassed him accompanied by a woman companion, and smiled as If seeking a tllrtatloii He spoke to Miss I2vans, he said, and un his Invitation the women accompanied him to the Hotel Islesworlh. where he ordered drinks. Subsequently he beeamo attentive Pi .Miss livans, h said, and was In her company constantly He bought her many articles of wearing npp.uc! which she accepted readily, h Mild, nnd when ho projiosed that they go to Philadelphia and bo married she went willingly. ssrrt .She Dlllll'l Flirt. Mrs. Jordan denied that sho flirted with her future husband, and said she rrtuseV to accept many girts from him, although she permitted him tn pay her hotel hill bis'ause money from homo fulled to come She resisted his offers f marriage, she e.ild, because or tho difference In their ages, ami also because she learned that lie drank heavily. She alleged that Jordan ploadnl with her p-ircnls for her hand promised to build a roof garden for her on his New burgh mansion un.., displaying a roll of t.'i.liflO In bills, orfeied to buy anything she wanted He told he parents that he mado Ciin.oon In the stock market, she said Mrs. Jordan said her husband began to drink heallv after their marriage and that be broke a door leading to her room in tne .Neivnuaii House, and was throatn- "1K Imrm n,r wl,il revolver, when th strvants came to her aid. Sho then threatened to leave, sl.c said, and her husband promised to quit drinking anil took her on a trip to Jamaica and Colon "I believed my huOiand and I would gel along all right then," Mrs. Jordan weni on, "but he again drank heavily nnd I told him 1 was sorry I had married him I discovered that he was neeustimtd to drinking rrom two to thrco quarts of strong brandy In tnenty-tour hours, and thut he took as much ns slxt, grains of veronal. Finally he became very 111 and had to go to a sanitarium, nnd wo then found that he bad taken 120 gralm of veronal In one dose, which the doctors I said w as enough to kill a dozen men." Iteconclleil for Two lln Mrs. Jordan said her hUMi.'ind came to ' '"r " "R when she was llvlns u, ,hn mtlinore and signed n nr.mili., not I to use drugs or Intoxicants again so idie went back to him. She alleged that he broke his promise and '.hat he remained with him only two days. Jordan charges that his wlfo Is also addicted lo liquor and smokes great quan tities of cigarette. He alleged that on the .InuiHic.i trip she drank freely of a strong concoction known "planters' punch." He says that hie wife went on automobile rides with men ho didn't knon . isiugnt many ariicioh in Fifth avenue I .li,,,u which uh.. hml ,1, ., ,! ,.. i.i,,. ,.a sent luni a bill ror about 1500 at the Hotel Manhattan, most or which was nn nd,.(tedn.. ot her father, Ti1( tollrt nllowisl MO a week nll.nonv Iteciird for I, unit Distance Trnina. The (ireat Northern Hallway Company Is looking with considerable pride to the record made by Its Drlentar l.lmlte,! In Its runs rmiii i.'hlcago to Seattle. In the pa.it 242 runs tlie train hns nrrlvisl In Seat'le ol time every d.iv Init four. Tho schedule calls for n mi:, of 2.217 mlle-i seicnn iw hourt ross'ng the Hock" "id tot ' '.is. atli' llange. Motmritiis i 9: n U A: 1 1 : Ui (.'-it f i ill I 0 i 3 , j, m j Hit fe.s 4 . W