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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1915.
DANIELS SLIPS UP IN MRS.CA MPBELUS HUSBANDMW BAKERS HAVE PLAN TO BOSS NAVY IS PUNCHED TICKET TAKER VIOLATED U.S. LAW (Vnlinn of riiiof of Opcni- George Cormvallis-West, Says the Actress, Must Occupy (Ions Mny Moan Trouble ! H's Mind Polyglot Group at a Rehearsal for Secretary. Crating Actors for Shipment. NEW LAW TIP'S HIS HANDS' A" hanrt" t'P "p respectfully ' ' from thin time on vhen tliey offer pnnclieil, or frrallii, ticket upon nttcnd linlle ilni 'PR Mrc. IMt CatupliHrH pcrfo aiicea of I'yBniiilloii. TtU) ticket taker Is non U'sitiN(iTOV, March 4 n e tli.it tin precise ilnt'e a-ij powerr petclflaRo In Inn own native tongue, which In Oennmrkcfc. "Ami therefore." rondinleil Wlntlirop Ames Up In tho Amos olllrcn nbovo the 1-lttlt The.itrc yeatenlny while 1 i - . .' -.i,.,. nf Hi.. netvlv rrpiteil "ln"r l""11 Oort'e Corti'vallls-WoM, n- ctpwlntr ome nffalrH concerning only , .1 7 of .pern tlo,,r n, h; - y ' l...sl.,M.l of l.iuly Itan.lolph Churchill, I Kftjclh lto.wl.i-. .....I monocle ..ml the pnft of ihlif or operation in inc. .mivj . , . Ml KiikIImIi company playing In "A I'nlr Itenartment will len.l to eerlotn contro- Aml ",f 1 J Bnmllon troupe punched ; of snk H,0rkIIK5" ror Mr. Aih-j, "It H department ....-i. .liirlnir lite .'tilmlnNtr.itlnn w tv.nl.1.. ot W..itmlti.tiT. fcefimrt DuUe of (cr. Mr. Daniel tirouslit about Mil-nun- 1 ,S,T- '""-h Klchitnt Arthur Orosvenor; .lal amendment of the ordinal pro- ' of Vl,"- Alexander, Karl OroHVenor ,H.nn for the l,.ire..ii of operations, and HnA '""'V M,'r- Luntley, and. m. opinion here Is that Mb chamre wore -,iHtance IMwIna. ,. rf. of W. O. Corn-. for the purptwn of weakenlmr It. It .i-vv cat. iis-wnoa n no ' liu it in appears that the weakonltiK Is not us i l",r' complete hh la supposed to havo been ! T1"r,!'H Int mot abuu' th ftmll' denired and that there I- much rrrnind ' thp Wf 'now" ''' volume, but for dlsputo as to Just whit the taw will accomplish, ( ticket taker Is also a brother of the wife ' a nourco of regret to many pereonx who would take atlvanlauo ot extrn matinees to sti 'A I'.ilr of Hllk HtocklnKs' that tlin month of Match contains no holl- ilayn. Kor that reason I " "I-'or that reason 1 leave, this nbow cthop flat," Interrupted lted lliinnltfnn, the Little Thcatro property boy, de fiantly. 'Pray why?" nvked Mr, Ames In his chltlliiRest and most backbayert man ner. "I havo stood for your tlm-llsti around hero for quite noma time." explained Kert llntinlcrnti In n passionless man nctf, "but that last Is tho gnchawfiillent laM. I'm thnniRh! I see Mlstah Krown mimeograph that line In Ms press etuff this morning about they ain't liollcl.ivy- IJeckcr Is in Doubt ns to Around for Action by tlic State. ALL ON ACCOUNT OF A NAME IN HIS COAT TO MAKE HIS HEPOHT SOON , the main Item under consideration at the moment Is that younc Oeorn Corn- t".1llu.1V.i.. hI.a In ttu ..u'n tlh n.t. Th Secretary cave iut an Interview - - to-day. declaring he had brought about I "lv "" hf t nc'lon ',n th amendment becauso the orlclnal plan would have abolished the jrcncral tcvird or at least Impaired Its useful- nes In the preparation of war plans j the ex-husband of l.ady Randolph Churchill and Is the present husbnml of Mrs. Patrick Campbell, nlso Just nw has a Job with the troupo plajtnK "Pyc- M.llnn 1... T..i, icJ . 1. U wa. disclosed, however, that the bill J' XnMln and 'nd.'.n. as passed gives the chief of operations , This week and for two weeks past the the. duty of preparltiB plans for war tin- ' UNtlmtulshed ex-huthand of the mother .ler the direction of the Secretary. lrenl Hrst Lord of tho Urltlsh .,.,,,. .... Admiralty has been on the door at the Mr. Daniels Is held responsible for r., str(.ct Thatre, rhlladelphla, havini! eliminated the provision Klvlnp where ns company manaKer of "The the chief llfteen officers to help him and ' Show Shop" ho hai been paying off aal ,Uo one pr.v.dln, that the chief bo an , 'j, officer not below the grade of rear ad- ..therwisn eniraeeil. mlral. In other woras It Is In the power of the Secretary to malto the post of minor Importance by assigning no aids or only a few. The chief's authority may be further reduced by appointing a captain, who could not be expected to havo authority over the general board, which always Includes In Its membership several rear admirals. Further, Oeorgo Dewey, the only admiral in the navy. Is chairman of the board. Company .Manager Cornwallls-Vet came to America some tlinn after the Kuropean war began and reported In Chicago. In that city his first engage ment began when he went to the front of the house. "So your husband Is now otllclally connected with your company?" some one recently asked Mrs, Campbell. "Oh. yes," replied Mrs. Campbelt, "George absolutely must have something to keep his mind occupied." In the various cities In which Mrs .1,i.'S.n?vinVhd iV':" ,thC y"c"'t'ry I Campbell has appeared her husband" has rould solve the pioblem by annolntln i . , . .... 77. doUed ,rSe!rea,,Da1; feu'w Ui ' 7 lo this In view of whit Is known ..f 'llstinc.lon. He (irmly believes I.ng- I. Sitltude? TheSueJlct Ion " , I e . "In. Only one other Item need hat under Mr Daniel- the bur-nti .T. . ,pT"VP '"K ' . ' nlll not be what Its creators Intended "fJ-Rnmllon troupe from the front aa ' to become, a force for developing , th !"H",..0". th? ht efficiency and prep,,redneFH of the door before (Jeorge t ornwaUis- est got liaxv the Job was none other than Denis IIoweer. thoe things which tho Mlcall. a nephew of tlm eminent Hume- measure In Its original form made mm- .'ones. Ja'ory aro tt.l poslblo. though not .pteltloally directed. Tins war talk icnilnds one that ut the "While 'f.ivorn.g the principles." Mr. .ires reheaval of the Tientlnl-Cllf ton Daniels sahl tu-day, "l was opp.i.'-ed Crawford production of "The I'e.ant o the original draft beciine it would 'Sill" at the Korty-fourth Street Theatre i.ive removed from the Isjiud'a duties th" night before hint ono group of the ' e.ilef and most Impoitnn' funit.nn ' aim .witnessed the rehu.irsal. all In After examining forlythren bread sellers, all hut n few of whom testified that drivers for big bakeries never sug gested to them the retail prlco at which r loaf should bo sold. Deputy Attorney lener.il Alfrel I.. Decker announced Into yesterdny tiftcmiK'n that tho Investiga tion Into the advanced bread, flour nnd wheat priced wns practically finished. An adjournment ot two weeks was taken to permit a cleanup of testimony In case further research should develop evidence throwing light on tho olstenco of any conspiracy In restraint of trade. .Mr. Decker will begin at one tho preparation of his report to Attorney (len.iral Woodbury nnd his conclusion will probably bo mad public In Albany within a few days. 1 wish to say." said Mr. Decker to In tho month of March nnd I scare him itc(rr Mycr Nusfbaum, "'hat I think Into not sending It out. Me. witn n an .)eons ,who hae. been called aa night dato on March 17. nnd you saving i-"y" thev ain't no holiday In March ! liood wittuass evidence,. -" ' ','; night'" The two shirt sleeved, nlert looking business men who yesterday afternoon were, crating up bales of actors marked "Use. No Hooks" and throwing tho crates Into waiting vans to send them siro to oshIs: tli purpo"es oi ir.m in v.stisation. I believe the inquiry has .u-ted &s a dutirrent against unlawful practiced. I thlnit It has unquestionably r..uiilieit In causing tho laws of competl tlou to haw fuller effict than W.lierwlse they could havo hail. One enect. I oe Lawyer Made Coresiioiulent in Divorce Cnse in Which .Mrs. Itinnchc Avery Loses. DETECTIVE TOOK hXW.l Putnam evenue, nrooklyn, a few doors from tho house of Webster's father, ut 71 S Putnam nvenue. Tho parties wero mnrilisl In 1904. Mrs. Wolmter alleges that slnco June 10 last her husband treated her with extreme cruelty and that on V'ebruary 22 last ho abandoned her nnd their two sons and went to live at thn Hotel HI-lleoiBC. riVE ROBBERS BAGGED. t'pon testimony Involving 'leoreo Thorns, a lawyer nt 2 Deolor street and partner of Assistant Wat riot Attorney llostwlrk, Supreme Court .lustlro Ulan chard granted it dlvorco yeterday lo Howard Avery, a ribbon Importer, from Mrs. Illanche Avery. The case was tried onco beforo In secret by a referee, but Justice flroenbaum declined to con firm tho report recommending a di vorce becnii-e he wasn't Ratlslled on the question of collusion, und directed nil I lmVilri ,no torUi surprised twS lookout "pen trial. men who were watching outsido nnd swarmed into mo snop nerore me inree tlml Ovi'reonir .lptel!rr nnd Were f.nnllnK Tits slorr Snfe. Following their nrrest while robbing a Hleeclier street Jewell y sloro yester day morning five men waived examina tion and wero hold In $10,000 ball each for the (irnti.l Jury by Maglstrato Dreen In the Jefferson Mnrknt court. Isador Scharaga was opening the lntgo safe. In his storo at 23K HIeecker street nt s.30 In the morning, when threu men with drnwn reolvew entered. They bound and gagged him. Carmlno Del leutotil of fi2S llroomo street and Alex under Klrhndclln of .".03 Kast 117th street began to tak watches and dia monds from tlm s.ifo and throw thorn Into a biiR, Suddenly ten dotectlves who had been shadowing the men for ten dnya and wero concealed In houses near by, rushed BRITAIN TAKES UP MEXICO CITY CRISIS Ambassador Tells State De partment Foreigners Are in (?rnve Danger. VILLA A XI) WEST OONFEIt "The last drop ! I wonder if a.C.ir stairs non-reftll-ahle bottle is really non-refillablu? "111 bet I can fill it. It looks easy and 1 think it if. robbers could make n mov to ecnpo. Ono of the trio, Frank Huhso, drew bis revolver and shouted to his eomrndes to shoot, but beforo ho could uo his weapon the detectives were upon him with blackjacks. In the wrlmmage ho managed to out open Detective Dow ling's cheek with the butt end of his revolver. The two lookout men, Frank Clta of 4fir. West Thirty-ninth street, and Charles Dcmarka of H2 Fast Houston street, also fought deeperately, but wero .subdued. over to the Twenty-thlrd street ferry i-ve. win no i" " and thenco over the Lehigh Valley to In tho price of "'"'" 'l points west wero Oener.il Pawenger ' would havo come without the ni u rj. Agent Oeoigo W. Hay of the Lehigh I Th Inu-stlgatlon ha had tho ' and Assistant Passenger Agent Al Sim- 1 and c..eratlon of . o m J I llotj. SWto Commlivsloner of hoods anil .Markets. Mr Slmmons's chief Job seems to be and his secretary. Mr '"n to routa and send crates of theatrical Jo.'pl 'lariigaii, WelllLS .11111 .ie.inun-o . ..... .....jw. Committee on Food Supply, tho Associa tion for Improving tho Condition of the Poor and other organizations devoted to troupes, over his road, i-rsonally pack ing them In Just outsido th tradesmen's entrance In the alley back of his offices at Hfio Hroadway, near Forty-second street. Always he "eemed to enjoy the Job of moving actors out of town until yesterday, when he looked sad. "Why the tears?" tho A. (!. Pa-enser Agent was asked as he was sorrowfully $2,000 FOR SMALLPOX TEST. Ilriikrr Issue ChnlleiiBo lo Jersey CHr chiol Physicians. Joseph F. ltlnn. a broker, with offices WASttlNOTON. March 4. The activities of Ocn. Ohregon at Mexico city, tcnd'r.g to Incite tho n.itlvo population agalns foreigners, Is still the subject of serious consideration nt the State Department. The situation has been called to tho at tention of Carrama by this Government, but no response has yet come. Thn gravity of the situation was em phaslzeil to-day when th.) Urltlsh Am humidor called at the Department to commit with officials there. The Am bassador has received advices from tho Urltlsh chargo at Mexico city that for eigners theto are In real danger. Tho State Department was unable, however, to give the Amhaesador any 'That doesn't seem to 'turn the trick.' Let's see I've a better way, When John V. Kltxpatrlck. a ditcc- five, took the stand ho handed a tailor' label to Justlco lllancliaril, who itsked where he got It. Ho nald; "I hud been watching Mrs. Hl.mcho Avery for her husband for several weeks, nnd one night 1 found her and Mr. Thorns coming on of a ubwiiy sta tion. They walked arm In arm to Mrs. Aver"' apartment at lt56 West Dlght keventh street. After they had gone up Malm I ffiUlfght It was time to make a raid. "I called up my employer, Jeromo Daunt, und he came with Mr. Avery. Wo forced our way Into the room and when Mrs. Avery, who was In night at Mre, saw her husband she f.ilMod. .Mi TlionH Was In bed. Wo thought w should have evidence that .Mr Thorns was the in i' isltor. s" out the Mm libel out o x overcoat" Arthur 1.. Stilus, a cjlcsman living ui Ilrttto!! I!, i, viM that Th'ims and .Mr Awry frequently and that Mts. Avery furnishings from hini and had them V,. ... i. ..' -v........ ... nV...i'i,.i i protected In their rights rather than In- II. t.lu,. ...tlMMctfl Kl 'HtJ .-! ... - ... . ..... T bore now, I told you I could till it. finest wliiikey in AmciA'a. bkillfully blended and a Red in wood. iTPWAST DUTILtlMO Cl. VllUdtlptla NVotk Bihlnioct vis.., it in-o nCj-lat 179 Itcad. street, has offered, aecoid- . These Uovernments take the view thn 1 '','d tano places ' , nnted over his name In 1 h"'r "UbJectH han everv right to I ;"rmmU S 1 J nt-' newspa,r VX o I h-re they are and t.yet they shouhl Be ute you Ret Cantalti Kye in the non-telillabti news on Khe situation, although e-. bottle a ooi! Dottle to pressing the hope that the representa-1 keep ROOtl whiskey ttons made to Carranza would result In ; nood." Oldest ; putejt i a cessairm oi uorcgon a ineenuiary utterances. It Is understood the Urltlsh Ambis sador ventured no proposils regarding the manner In which either (the Urltlsh or American t'overnmcnti may deal with thn present problem, but It Is certain that tho departure from Mexb o of Urltlsh siihjects would bring consider able relief to the Itrlttsli finvcrmnerf. Ttvit (lovernmeiit. however, will not warn or Invite subject to leavo Mexico Neither will tho Spanish Government, most vitally interested In the present Mate of affairs, because nf the verv I largo Span.sh colony In Mexico v',t. These Governments tnKe tn. view tnai lie that 1 horns told him ho had paid 15.000 soclet under these conditions: lo Avery to settlo n suit for allena'lng Mrs. Avery s affections. vlted bv their Governments to get out. Doth the stito Department ami tno it welfare Mr. Decker ald that "wide publicity, In a mol fair way" had helped much in. the work. Tho Deputy DIVORCES UNFROCKED RECTOR. Attorney-General said nulling tho covering slats on a "Twin "t adjournment no was " ; lleds" road cast. "Hec.iuse," he nald, "not lorg ago I cut out a whole day at the Panamn- .Mrs. folium Wins Decree In ( use Intiitvliitr Chulr lnu'r. Dovtn. N. H., Manii 4 li became Pacific Kxposltlon, from which I've Jut returned, o I'd be back on Ilroailwv In time to hear Charley Iliirnlnim'a an nual speech at the annual dinner of the Assochtlon of Theatre Managers. bin?., bakeries could make a small profit at their old prices anil tnai uie uuimaie Know n to-day that -Mrs .uti I., n. s dir.leii of the problem wounl lA.lsoni bus won her dlvoi. . from Harold twelv oiin. e loaf let.illlng at live cel t" r M Folsom, the unfrickei nctor of St. Mr Decker .idm.t'.td It Is a question John's. Kptscopal Chun'i at I'.n tsmouth wliether or not the AC.orney-General The cae was hearil privitel elenliy could usK foi the dissolution of any n-f ire Judge Kivel here. Mrs, Folso.ii baking compameH under the State laws j; the custody of their wo c-hlld-en medical ;taff of the Jersey City s-hool 7nVul.ttl,f "5!,!!,; 5;rvnw'r?..rr loard will vaccinate themvelves with tho ! v 'f " " iblm s Num best virus they can obtain and after It , tttn JM T7r his 'taken' will permit ulnn to have i ' ,. ... v.... I IIUVI' IjeCIl IIIUUKtll Mil" tvu.o.T ...f...n them inoculated with pmalliox by three physicians selected by ltlnn." Tho monej will be paid "If three out of the live persons inoculated do not have smallpox." Mr ltlnn Is opposed to compulsory vaccination nnd Is Indignant nt the Jer Key f.t school officials for excluding Jusle Thorpe. II. d.iugh'er of Herbert A Thorpe of 71 Clendenny avenue, Jer sey City, from Puhllc School 24 becauso he bus net l.cen vaccinated, on the American border. m HIHI a strong Vlll.i force it Soled.id. In tho Sablnas coal fle'd." 1 low Cludnd Pol -ll'io Diaz M.u v pr. -oners wero taken An advance e i"t from Kin Luis Potosl toward Tnmptco li,.s been begun by th Villa forcit. under Gen. L'rblna. C'nrrniitn to tiien I'rogrrsn I'nrf, Assurances thi Hie port of Progreso, Yucatan. Mexico, which was close I a week ago, will ho t opined in ,i few ilavs were made by Carranza lo Arlstarco Aceteto of Merlda, Yu".itati, who ar rived hern yesterday. Tills port handles a $40,000,000 trade In hemp with the United States. DRIVER FORGETS FATAL RIDE. VILLA AND WEST MEET. I rushed back a day ahead of time o.i the rtriuiuth of the evidence brought Th- su'- g:-w out of dun Insure over the speediest, safest ;tnd most lux urious route one can name. Need I nnnic If" "No, you need not name It, A. G. P. Passenger Agent Simmons " "Oh. very well. To retumie I got out. but declared his belief tho Federal whl h came when Kol-om s f . lerjshw BURNS TO DEATH IN HER FLAT anti-trust laws hail been violated. with Miss Vinlei Pilgrim. 1 y-.iri. ill, i Samuel K.iufm.mn. a grvr. : soniwlci snug in tli ciiur. n. oec.ime known ' Seventh avenue, corroborated the test!- j - - mon of bis brother. I.Iy Ivaufmann, early In the inquiry that a driver for MRS. HAROLD WEBSTER SUES. Ilellef That Wumnn'a llres rHaBt I'lre From to-e. of preparing war plans. Ths. pi ins hav.i for many years been prosecuttd with diligence under tin abn- guidance of AdmlMl Dewej. Tie- result of ills Uussl.in : Composer Itudolph Frlml experience and l;nowledge oi large prob lems, i oupled Witn the la.sir and wib:i. v of the ot'..er olllcerd detailed to duty on Garden inusli li bosrd, could not safely be dispensed an Austrian ihe s.une party, coiislsted of the German Slav lthelnhardl's assistant. Prof. Ad- gusltl, who Is a Pule ; Morris Gest, a a Mohemlan ; Librettist Adolph Jncoby, a Hungarian; the cumposer of Winter Slgmuud ItomlMirg, who ll.illet Director Theodore with. NeodltSh to ailil, I could not be Kosloff. a Itimlun. and the host of tho n sympathy with any measure that . party. Herb Itoth. who speaks the twtlve would minimize the value of the services tongue of Park How and Hroadway. if Admlr.il Dewey to th navy. Hand In hand, figuratively speaking. "In the measure as llnally passed, .t Russian and Austrian. Pole and Ilua- j believed, the law will enable a moro sn and American, Hungarian and Do borough cooperation b-teon the De- lu.mian In the party, all of whom had artment and the general board lo be HHen "Tile Peasant Girl" as "Pnlenblut' effected, while retaining the leadctship u Vbnna. sat through tho dress re- f Admiral Dewey In tho larger naval hearsal happily with never a talk of roblems. I recogilze the value of his war lv)iUe Trentinl sang and old Cll! itlstlnguuihed service and depend too ev.ifTord quipped Ills quip. Hut once much on his practical Judgment to be during nn Intermission somebody al- 'wllng to mlnl.nlze 'he work whlh he moi started something thoughtlessly n doing so veil," by bringing up wnr mattcrw. The bureau of operations has been ap- , Instantly everybody Instinctively went tdauded ns tho creation of a general nack to first principles llngually. "F'glt staff, but there seems to be every Indl- t !" cried yjung Mr. Itoth tn his native irtiiou tnai it win w no ura mini:, tongue. ,nu down tile aisle rusncu .Mr unless the law creating It Is interpreted Aage Toxen Worm, via Copenhagen, am Into town on Sunday all right in tlm- , the Ward Il.ik.lng Company said that to attinl a dinner, and what do I ",f they didn't hell bread for six cents" learn I learn that last Sunday was he wouldn't sell them any more, the Founders' dinner to Granville Dar- .Most of the witnesses testifies! with ktr, and Unit Charley Hurnhnm. al- much emph.uds that drivers for whole Clnirues tlitsbnmt Willi l.'roeltj nil Desertion. Harold Wobster. a builder and a men.- though present, was not to spiak, nnd t. bakeries did not attempt to eug- tr o: tne mm oi i.. . nrowr nou that the dinner for which t had given ..,ht what tho retail price of bread of !" M;ll''',n lane, of whi. li his .ather. up u day in California had occurred htl,i i.e. Many grocers and dellca-1 Lewis C. ebster.ls the head, wa-eued the Sunday before. F.isy tbeto. !rs,cn ,,. ,n.u0 it very clear that " tho Supnme l ourt yesterday for a George! Nail that crate tight or how ,i,elr :iie!t of Kx ccnt bread had de- separation on the giound of cruoltj and d' you expect this troupe il ever reach rrra8Cd ;lnd those of Ave cent bread abandonment by Mrs Ldna llammon' ih. ciaatr' i,..,i ir.. .limine that the lite . Webster. Tho Webster hoimi (s at o..v In a manner contrary to what Sccre. tary Daniels has Indicated as his view on the subject. quieted everybody with a rapid flow of I by their boises, the eoaat? m m 9 There aren't any more chorus clrls. ponies, mediums, squnbs. chickens, broil ers or similarly theatilcally termed folks like that, the so-calb-l syndicate has decided. At the rehearsal of the nretentlouiily girlie "Fads and Fancies'- which Klaw & Drlatiger will present to ,,af ,,f incud to six cents, an cxpeotani nroauway in me rvniiKri- jiur.ry A. Tledemann. bocker Thcatfe next .vionday nignt tne grande danvs of the merry merr; al ways are leferrtd to as "tho young Indies of the ensemble." And on the programmns rlu-v will b. so lifted, "Young ladles or the Dnfvmble." What stage directors, authors, com posers and producers will call the gen tlemen of the merry merry from this time on has not been mado known. i. .1.1.. ,1,a ..tioruu nii.n. ns lit the li.lit I will steadily be called something else JITNEY BUS DRIVERS FREED. NEW YORK EXILE SUES TO RETURN AS SANE CHINATOWN DECLARES BOYCOTT ON JAPANESE of W. B. Ellis, Who Es caped 12 Years A so. i Hnv Xo Goods From Nippon. had Increased, showing that the big bakers, who raised prices, were hard I hit by tho move. I Herbert II. Lanyou, an automobile man, of 1161 Hroadway, gave an Inter esting account ot his recent Invasion of the baking Held to prove that thorn was r.i iimmii for Increasing tho prict. of a Ho said that baker with tlilrt.v ears' experience, did the baking r .r blm and they demonstrated that it u.ir. pos.sib. in in. me a .ign grade twelve ounce loaf for cents, paying J7.3u a barrel for Hour. Groiors .ind others retailed the bread at four cent1 keeping one-half cent per loaf as their Pr, tit. Ho said there was one deliver a day and the return of "stales" vva not allowed. WHEAT DROPS SEVEN CENTS. Ileports nf riineellril Order rrmn Knmite Canne- Itrenk. CntCAiio, Mirch 4. Ileports that for eign Governments bad cancelled orders fci millions of dollars worth of war applies und progre.- of tne Allies In tn I i.ird inelles caused a selling wave OM the lli.ird of Trade to-day. Wheat broke to $1.37, a loss of 7ij cents a bushel from ytMerday's close. It closed lit ?1 :il''. or Hs cents lower than the previous finish Tile low point was 30 cents under the season's high murk, established a month .1 co July whi.it broke to 51.11 and closed at fl.l'. n decline of 4 I, centh from yesterday's final figure. 1 Mis Annie Snnda, 15 years old, was hitrn-d to death yesterday In rmr tint on tie fourth tloor of ir.fi Ninth avenue. She was alone, and It Is believed her dr. s mght fir from the gas range. The tit. nn 11 found her body after th.i fire w.-s put "Ut Sh. lived with her lx te n-year-ch! sm, Arnold. T!. pollen found a wallet containing son 111 her dresi- Part of tho bills wer. burned, but enough of them was left fv the hllU to b redeemed. Jiuiies .Mefliilre mill Girl Witnesses llnry nn Details nt Tiinl. Wilson' Agents Confer With I " "" yeairrnay in tne , liroiix oumy our: norm,; iiio iri.1l or Lender nt (inndnlnlnrn. ) Jnme.s Frank M'-i'.u re, .purged with ofi- Fl. IMso. March t Gen. Villi and crating tin aut nob. Iu w ti le intoxleated Duval Wist, special reptesctitatlv.. oi which culmlnit. d .11 -h de..C.i of MIi-m Prisldent Wilson, confi mil tu-day at l.lzabeth D ivtoa on November 13 last, Guaibitalara. Mr. Webt, accompanied by that after sue 1 an ,u-, i(.ni one il apt to George C. Cirothers. special agent of s irTer a lapse of memo-.-, the State Department, left Aguascallrn-i Not ord wis M.'GuIre hazy on tho tes on .Monday. Nothing wan nindo , incldnt leading up to tlm fatal auto public about what was dlw-ussed. 1 ride, but Miss Vlole' Van t-chalck and Monterey Is under iot.st.mt attack, ' Miss Anna Wlllv. both member of thu according to an American wiio returned, party, also forgot manv details when Ho accompanied Wist and Cnrothers pressed by Assistant District Attornej from Torreon to Monterey and talked Seymour Mora. Mr Mork and Judgo with Gen. Angeles Thero Is little G.blw commented on tho unuual eon posslblllty of tho city falling, he said, dition of their mti.ds. but iffort.s to when tho CarranzlstaH get heavy re- Jog their memories, tailed utterly, enforcements. j McGuIre, who took tt.n stand In th Snhlnal. 11 small town near th line ' afternoon, declared th it ho was not ln of tlio Mexico Northwestern H.illroad, tovicnted when tho machine overturned tn tho heart of Villa territory, baa been on Pelhani Parkway In front of Hunter occupied by a band of Carr.inzistas sent , Island Inn Other witnesses also rle. from the Agua Prluta garrNon Gen. tiaref! McGulro was sober. Sulazar Joined tho Carraniista there. The o.isa w;i be ready for the Jury to- Oen. Herrer.i has met and defeated dav. Iletween fifty and one hundred Chinese tJaiclstrn.tr HUmUses Citmpliilnt Baaed nn Advertising Mmis. .Magistrate Harlow vesterdav dlsmiescil "he complaint against two chauffeurs J ,. . , f the Peoples Fiv Cent mis corpora- .iiwtji.n tjir Denies Pel i t ion I Mert'liiui t s limn I lieinst'l ves 10 iVest Side court for operating model nutes of the corporation bearing signs Riling attention n their merits, The Magistrate decided that since the section under which tho alleged viola- . tlon conies prescribes only a penalty t.f HO ...ih r.tfniw it Wfh tile dli:V ' ll'.ntt... II rllla at An time .1 tlibaCCO of the Corporation Counsel to proc I f ,'cUIr.' a, winston-Salem, N. C.. merchants met In the old Joss house a municipal court to collect tho pen- .... . v,u,, .,, vew York ' nt l' Molt street lust night to bind 'v. A criminal court had no juris- "", ' . '.on over the offence, he e.alil. fot twelve years becauso he escaped Atfrrl f 'rill.' rn!tnt.el for tbe bus s-n... .k.. l ,,hn ... ,, iafM Ifnmiltnl. to "i.pa.. said he was eager to take tho , w)1(., j,. h.Mi heen committed as In- Chinatown, acted as chairman and told tjuiiogate Cohal.in ilecidfd jesterdnyl natter up with the Corporation Counsel ' .,... t,,H. 1 thn merchants how the Chinese In San to ad-nit to probate the will of Miss' ... i settle it ' k'l"p' i'PP'-''" ' bm.retno Lourt jus , neither to buy nor M-U' V. McCusker. who died on Septem- i "The ordinandi prohibits udvo.th.ing tlce HIJur yesterday to vacate the order 1 rincls. o had agreed t el ler to nu nor f Im'uvnK rurks in Manliattan." said Mr. Tnl- committing him to an asylum. In order sell merchandise made In Japan or of a,,om JloOi00, Me. j er "We contend that tho ordinance . . return to New York State bought through Jnpanese broker-. Cusker. after making small bequests to s designed to prohibit, general advvr- 1 ," '.,.i hive the 1 llamlbllls printed In Chinese wej-e lelatlvvs ami Institutions, gave tb. ' Islng for hire-.'' ... ....... ! ,...te.l n the -Ides of buildings and ''due. est.mated at i '.000, to l,rr real qutsuuii ui nm i"-i ...i....... i ,i. C0USLNS LOSE WILL CONTEST. lap. i -or of Vll.s McCusUer's lllght tn Give (Int if I'Minllv I'nheld. NEV AMERICAN BUS OUT. notices were printed In the cs.tati agent, James J, F.tchlnghani, and ttittM-ci . ,..v....n , - - net- atinrnev ,ionn t itooney. mo win Kills now lives nt Yoe, Pa., and con- (ally .Vrtrs. The announcement read In was contesled by second and moio dls- ducts a cartoon syndicate, lie kiuu in ,,art aK follows: I nm cousins Plfth Avrnnr C.inrh Co. t'.es Model his petition that In 1S'.M, when he was In ..Jul)an ls vrrJ. f:,vil,. countrv. ' Miss McCuski r. explaining In her wilt l.uslness In North Carolina, a number of Japan is a r saviik) (u""1- why slie left nothing to some relatives, Vehicle for First 'I line. i jUH rmployees attempted to force him Chinese hearts are very nngry. All the ,,.,,,. ..Tlliy ntvo. manfl.st0ll any ln. The tlrst stiictlv American tvpe of ' out of business. Finally lie was com- Chinese people In San Francisco have terest In me imr called upon me In si.ii- r nlbus was used on New York sticels pdled to Hll out, but managed to save hoycotted Japanese goods, Wn .should ! tiess or at nnv otlier time. They had ,1" l.ll'I.'.-l IO 111,' OOI , .11 lll.'OI, The Siirrogalo held that ltooney and Ktchlnghatn were the only persons who took any Inturest In Miss McCusker nnd that she had a right to will her property as she dolled. Mies M-Cuskor had been a school The funeral that failed 'or tne tlrst lime yeslerdav by the aoout 'inu.OUO. and after a ear's rent . . li.,.(.rm,np(1 lo hoycott :"'fth Avenuu Coach Company. i lie , can. to New lurk. . . ,ew hue. the body of which was built ' i;.is says that after he came hete. an 1 Japanese in this clt. This Is very true. Ji the tompany's shops, Is tho result , attorney In North Carolina collected This Is addressed to the merchants, res f months of planning and devising. 14,35" that was due him and sent lilm taurant keepers and all Chinese res!- The heaters, instead of being placed only ?S7.i. He became so Incensed that. , . .. ..,- .i... i.i..i ,.,i..- tho tionr! 1, iii,..i chsrees arnlnst the lawyer and .' '...., . . , .n , ".ih ion nmve, ... i- " - .. - , consignmenL nr nierciliiliuis', vaiiieu . . . ., ..... . . 'u di battons have been provided for he retaliated ny sending an auornr $f ono. arrived from Japan ester- . ''ac iei ior 101 ly-nvo years wnim sno re- dnubbi handrail on the. here who lured auenisis to swear i-.aj , af,,.rrio,. but nt the meeting last ( ""'' l'usion in ijj, Insuto i F.llls had paranoia. lie was commiueu - . meichantH nareed not to buv 1 ten squill feet morn of to a sanitarium, where he was exam-, a . (lf c:()Vl.ra chinamen' Im ileslglied to i en added to the window ined, three times by alienists, who said want,.,, , octroy ti, poxes Iho electric llglitlng faclll-1 ho didn't have .paranoia. He whs ad- mi K00ifi 1)m sudi action wi .terlor have been Increised, 1 Judged Insane by thu late Jnstire ins- iJ((Wn by tl)1 mpplnBi and burn was voted t.i h ee.it ear stairway "eater safelv .las ii.ih In pre e and tho m .1... I,.,... ii'k'.... .v... i.m.i. 1-..0M1 1 on. I cliotT In sidle of the alienists' repoit .a,,y hegan ,. operation of motor, A few. .lays later h I s el ded an at-nus.- New York In lt'07 the form ; tendaut from the ayl' "''' ' if bod. used ,n London wae adopted. Canada, He wrote District Alt rne " hud longitudinal seals- for eight per- j Jerome offering ' ni rn If I ie vould "s on each side. The company has guarantee him an examli a lot b5 mi endeavoring for year- o .lyM a , as;.; a. s . Hi ettervv sent ' anri -l Vential aisb- in an isylum In Canada until they were . j v .s-,, t will call tl I.alrm.in of ie of .iluinlinini nanels and high lest i convinced ho was sane. th commission which Investigated and . ... ... i iu it-it ir CANADIANS INSPECT U. S. BOOTS. Adoption for Troops of the Itniiilii J Inn rniislilrrcil. iittawv, March 4,. -The Dominion Kills says he has Irled ever aince tn r-, Jf ,rtr-.l upon tho class of hoots sup- 11 lie. strength. Tweniy-two pin- r,g.os .m bo seated (.iimfoiiably on l' JW'e lie K, -1UINLAN GOES TO PRISON. )l I l'J t ti o order conimlttliiE him vacated and to htive a fair trial as lo his sanity, but has been unable to get It. Kllis's application wns opposed by Deputy Attorney-General K.lgar lti-om-berger, who said that the proper way for Hills to (.How tnai no is now emir m ... Governor 1 come lo New York and submit to de- I tentlou long enough to nave 111s pres. 1 V lipes I l.lkel), lint Will lie VsU.d for I am cm. ;,,. lnrmilu.,indltlon determined. Justice 1()(1(,r consideration I'ATMtsns, ,n, .1., .vinrcn -1 an ! 1 injur 1 or inm n i i. piled the United States army two je.us ago to give expert testimony before the I'.iillanienty comnilsslou which 1" piolilug tho fiaud liimges In cunuectlou Willi tho bonis supplied the Cauadlin troops at the front A sample of the American army boot was before the commission to-day and Its adoption for the Canadian troops Is K. yulhi.m, foiiiier I. W. W. lullator, aisuussed the application, 'io was resentenced last week to from I two I sf.,,1 j.-ars In prison after the, widow HaiiK Herself, esi Mate court had affirmed his " .... eo' Hon. was taken In Trenton to-day1 Suffering irnm nieiancnoua Mrs. 1 1.1, nir.,,1 10 ti.,iro ivi:,colf. who was I'harlotlo James, a widow, 45 icars old, corv. inl of irlmlnal assault. committed sulcldo yeijtcrday afternoon Ocorgc (iordon Itattie, clilef counsel by hanging lierhelf from a transom nr. ' r On flip, him practically nhandoneil "lams to earn tlm case to the 1. mien ' .lev Supreme Court, hut muy apply te Go- Fielder for -c pardon. tween thn dining room nnd bedroom of her apartment on tho top lloor of ,1 four story houso at "41 Sterling ptnee, Hrooklyn. Want Subway I'.ipress Kxpnnsloii. It. Clarence Dorsitt and nlheis, In chiding membeis of the New Yolk I'ni verslty faculty, havo asked the Public Service Commission to compel the Inter- borough Company to run Itn express trains as far us i!07th street mi thn Hroadway branch Instead of Mapping some of them at Dyckiuan Hired. Com missioner Wood will hold a hearing ut 10:30 o'clock next Tuesday. 1 To Ward Off Colds Keep your blood rich, your circulation active. A norxl Malt l:trnct will fortify your system. 'I'lh most effective Malt Extract, also the most delicious flavoris Bass Ale On Draught and In Bottle Everywhere Speclsl I'ln-i'mks 16 gallonsi for Mmlly me on dr.iuitht t home, from any depart ment ktnre, denier or Jobber. tlns.i A Co., Importers, no Warren St., N. V For several months past the pessimists have been trying hard to pin a "Rest in Peace" wreath on prosperity. But they have failed. It simply couldn't be done. All the pessimism in the world couldn't kill the brand of prosperity this country is facing. If there ever was a time for the merchants and manufacturers to "make hay" it is now. The automobile industry has shown greater resistance than other lines during the recent depression. The resistance was ty Ihe few big stiong companies whose product is everywhere recognised as standard. Other car makers in common with general manufacturers are making a desperate light for existence. The Hudson has shown great resistance and extraordinary sains. As evidence: Two years ago the Hudson Motor Car Co. made and sold $6,000,000 worth of motor cars. Last year $ 1 1.500.000, and this year $7,498,000 in the first five months of their fiscal year or at the rate of $18,000,000 for the year's output. Think of siich a gain where others show losses! Other makers endeavor to copy the HUDSON appearance. They claim HUDSON quality, hut they lack the engineering skill, the selected brains, the ability which goes into every Hudson. The above fipurcs prove that al ready the buying public has discovered the dif ference between the genuine and the imitation. You Can Secure an Early Delivery by Ordering Your Car Now Hudson Six 40- $1550. F. O. B. Detroit We confidently predict that soon many of these imitators will be forced to adopt drastic measures to market their product. They will resort to extraordinary newspaper claims. They will be compelled to reduce prices radically. Remember, when that happens, it is the last grasp nt the straws in the current to prevent the final jinking into oblivion. Many factories will probably claim that because they have paid "paper" dividends thry can afford to reduce car prices. Are they philanthropists ? Would you, if you had a pa3'ing business and could sell all your goods, reduce prices and so divide your profit with the public? WOULD YOU? Isn't it more reasonable to sup pose you had to reduce the price of your goods because you weren't selling them? Be warned in time. Don't be misled. Stjudy the history of the automobile business and judge the future by the past. You will instantly realize that if you buy such a car, you buy a prtuJuct which the manufacturers must market at any price it will bring; that you soon uould oun a car without a factory, without a dealer, without a home .i; out cast in the greatest manufacturing industry on earth LOCAL DEALERS llrodWItn. V V, Ihe Ulloll limine; Co. llrnm. N. 1. '. II. HmtrllnV Co. .Vewitrt.. .V.I. 1'iilcc MotiirCsrl'n. 1'nuKlil.eeiMe. .V . Ci. Shrrwouil AnKrll. I.inhniok, I.. I.. Ileain, Kern Mo lor Cur C o. Ml. KImo. N, v.. Hertford runurrC I'n.opersllie Amiii UIIiiii. Itiitherfiinl. .N..I. Ilrtue n .V11I0 I n, MiirrlMown. .V.I. c.eo. II. Cruri. 'limler. V .1, CiiMiicr A llrown. Ilohiiken, V.I. Ilevsiner AuloCii. lerney CIIJ. .V.I. Ileismer Auto Co. Perth Amlinv, N. .1. C Seilon, I'lalnnrlil, ,V .1, A. C. lhiiniion Aatnl'o. Sea llrlilil. N. .1.- II. I., .nbel. Iteliimr. .V .1.-41. II. Neiviiinii, KlniiMun, .V V. I'eier A, HUik. Remember, that quality remains long after the price is forgotten and that the Triangle on the Radiator is the Hallmark of Quality. The A. Elliott Ranney Co. Broadway at 64th Street - New York OPEN EVENINGS LOCAL DEAl.LKS rttrr-on, .1. I npilni:rr Vtmtir curl o, II ii ki'it.uiK. V .1. Vliiiii Mnlnr c ut c o, l.iplrlini, s 1 1. nl IIImmi ,Vii llnihelle. 1 1. IMiimiinit .Mnlnr C ill I ii, Neil Mill. ml. V V .Inline llreii ll.it Mime, I., I, .l.i. ..li I Inki'l -lelll, I'h.i II. impion, I.I. I 1 lliil.er. Hill I'nrl. I . I. Mm. 11 in I li" I ii. I llitTlt, VI I . II, Ml hnl-, MIllllll'IIIIMI, V. I llll.ll I, Ml, It 1 . I ill k. N 1 . Nl.ll I. C.iir.llli'. Millie riillll V V I'.llll Mnlnr I ar c o, I'nrl .li 'frr-on. I. I, .1 II. ITU hiiriili, V V. si.iiiii A I I up per. Cult limine. I.. I .1 llrnri Mnr I rrrlinlil, S .1 I rrrimltl Mnlnr Cut i it,