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THE RUN, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1915.
CALLS MAYOR WOBBLER, BUT 1 GOOD DANCER i JStcwarl Itrwnc A Hacks! City Administration lie- i fore Realty Men. BIO WASTE rilAIHJKI) IX BTTIX(i KWIAKKS GUARANTEED MORTGAGES Netting 5 LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. RICHARD M. HURD, frtildtnt Capltal&Surplu (9,000,000 &R Liberty St NY 11 MnntiiKiieM . llkn GEN. SCOTTS INDIAN TRIP IS CALLED A BOY'S JOB Wilson mul flnrrison Criticised for Sending' Chief of Staff to ilrinp in Redskins. M .Mi I' Mllehel .mil ti Ik .idinlnlMrallnn were aallrd liv I'rftddrlit Stewart Ilinivtie nf the fulled Ural llidale Own er; .Wneinllon ,il .1 pul'lle inc. t Hit: ill the l'ort -fourl h Street Theatre lat nlKlil fur what Mi. Hniwnr diiterilieci .is 11 nioKt wasteful unit prnfllR.ite eendl tine of the taxpayers' money. Mr. ftrownn Ilia been InvestliratlnB .the norUlligs of the Huard of Kutlnute nlidnteil with th and of lh city department fur alx months anil he presented to an audience, of 1.S00, largely composed of real tat owneri1, 11 rynopMa of Ida studlee. 1 In relied n Rrcat deal inure upon rlill eille and Irony than upon Invective to drive home his points ttnd In th enurse of prerli he offeied 1 1 1 - following Iiaracterliallnn of the membera of the Hoard of Kutlmate a eltarnetertjiatlon j based, a he said, upon ntiei vatloii ' m.irie at hoard meetlnRS, at lunches .ind ' at dinners: MAYOIt MITriini,-i:trrini lj .ap.i Ide and nhlr Of ,1 high order of mtli t.itlty, but lacks a pollry. Inen't etand pat. Wabbles A man's unit, but aluo , a woman- man A Kuat dancer. CnKSIDIINT MvANKNV of the Hoard of Alderman -Kxtrentrl.v able ninl com petent, but has an ii1eliin for spend- 1 Inc the city's inoue. in."iit seem to I teeoRitlze tl dtTerenee lirimrn cipher after Hie tteure I .mil ciphers before the. tlKiire 1. He would Juel .is soon see the budget at $IOO,nniOoa as at 2nrt,-' nnn.nnn I .1111 in favor of pensioning aim at the rate of Jllin.onrt n year If he will resleu so the clt can be sived .1 lrse amount of money annually. Ills 1 lew of Pre ntleruiiM. roMi'Titi'i.i.i:i: I'liKNiHaniAST--Kvtrrinelv forcerui. with (treat virility of thousrht and action What ehann me about IT ndcrK.iel is when b.. puis on IN so. I'M om and a,v. -Vmne now, Mr Miynr:" I'rendet mm Is a Rood fellow, lie toeachis economy and practises It . very vvlietc snve in his own department ltOl.iit'UII I'llHSlUHNT MAItKS OF MANHATTAN. When lie was eleeted every lnlv ald. "At list vve have a bulnrss nun and .1 real , state man for Horotigli I'li slilent ' Prom what I have he ml the have hi en generally ilIsapiKilnti'il. lie ha an Id. -a that he would line to be Major, he i-llltlv,ite votes, lie cmnes up with ill th.. thins to cultivate the public eye. o.ir .mil stomach He has 11111nlclp.il retail markets m the br.iln nciKiriiii riti:sii'i: r .uvriinw- SN Till". HIU).'. - lie M an awful lot of hore sense Ills head Is hi revved mi the ilKhl ivav II.. has .iweer two sllcht falllliR". t tendency toward niclal uplift a more Miit'ou . and he i to ins to build 11,1 j little political machine in t,, Ieinociatlc Ilronx r.ouocrsii I'ltnsiDUNT rorxns fit" Hlti MtKI.YN". I haM-ti't Miilte made ui m mill. I about him He trilks all rlcht I ha inetel nut down the m", ' Pounds i IVunds' nnnoi-iiii ciiksidcnt iMNNtn.i.v OF (JI'HKXS - Ver brlsht. AlnaB I oUlllt! 'HII for 'Us INililleal flltllle If 1 1 1 I n ijinecs I suppose ll have to do the same Always lr.n; to set en neihiHi: for (jueens. even at the ex pense of the n hob- city HOIliil-iJH I'KKSIPKXT M i'OU.MH'K OF l!iril.MOS I -Vct v Ntralchl ,M l.nim hen to ilnil Ivm lla" an ,1'KIsom . 011. .. 1 1 of business men in ltl.-httio -d I 1 .insist h 1 111 A Kreat s lienn li 'nist.ihcs ire tn.nl th. take the lei-iiotisil.'l't If ,i -cess . niies he sets the 1 n.llt. Notes on Itrnere. sented IlKtires to show that the cllv Is now ia.liiK twice as much for olllce lent as It did before the Mlin.clpal Hllllilllic as put up. I In l.ius'licil at civic centre schemes, "Heaven knows what they will eot!" he xruaned. After enmmcntltiit on "tiselefs and wasteful bureaus'- and "costly, visional y si henies," Mr, llrowtie turned to 11 criti cism of the iniiuaEem.iit of the cltv departments, lie was most severe on 'Charities I'ominlssloner Kingsbury, of horn he sa .d : "He ilellbeiatel oxerrnn his budget land If I hid lieen the Mayor I would I have cut off his head for It !" I lie hud found the Flic. Water Supply and I'ollee department were well niati aited. He belluved Ills "now useless" Department of ItrldKiss should be con- Hcparttnent or Docks and I'errles. He praised Uunerviso I'ergusoti of the ("Wy Hfconl. Of the civil service he said : "It Is a fraud from the stnndpolnt that It Kuarnntees continuity of employ ment to the until. It iimkes a scrub woman take a mental examination when sll who needs Is the use of her clho.vs and plenty of elbow urease." Wamiiniiton, March 21. Complete Hticcess' of his undertaking to lirln In peaceably the renegade I'luto Indians wnntrd by Federal authorities In Utah whs repotted to the Secretary of War to-day by Hrlg.-Oen. HurIi I.. Scott, Chief of Staff or the Army, who because of his success. In dealing with Indians was sent on the mission. Secretary Uatrlson nt once Kent a congratulatory message to the tlenernl. Ce it. Scott's efforts brought to an end ' a Mrtual state of warfare between a' band of Piutes unit federal authorities I In I'tnh during which six persons were killed and several wounded. The rlutes delled the civil authorities as a result of an attempt to arrest Indians Involved In a murder rase. lien. Scott's telegram was the first wotd from him In more than a week, as . he had to go suventy-flve miles across 1 ountry on horseback to teach tliu place ( where the Indians had taken their stand Ills message to-day was as: follows: "Successful. Have four I'lutes de sited by Marshal Xebeker and am t their desire personally condtictlns them to Salt Lake City to turn them over to Marshal Xebeker. Am leavlntr every thing peaceable hehlnd u In south l'tah. Should reach Thompson's Tues day and Salt Lake Wednesday" To this message Secretary tlarrlson sent the following reply addressed to 1 if the numerous cases he cited of . ien. Scott at HlutT. Utah, the tlrst point waste and canlcs matusenicnt." ,', the Oeneral reached from which he was few aie glen as examples : , ,,1,,n 10 communicate by wlrf "There are t.'il 'movie' shows In this, "' heartily congratulate you on ,m iiniv tsi .in. ii.iw,i Thorror. tabling success In circumstances which the city loses aliout revenues. "The city doesn't liltea 1, 1st of I'.xii tuples. 1 M;K V)B J 1 ?y?mz.Jm I illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH "TAX BILL ATTACKS OLIVER OSBORNE DODGES ! LUMBER INTERESTS A TAMMANY TRICK" E VEN FEDERA L AGENTS ASSAILED IN ALBANY Monrentlinn Tolls Whitman of TiKlorhnml'' Methods of Opposition. MKASI'RK IIPiTiriS WEKK They Go Out in Hunt for Witness Against Miss Tanzcr, Who Has Sued Ex-Assistant District Attorney Maybe They've Found Him. At.ttiMT. March 21. (lov Whitman 1 made public to-night a telegram received from M. Morgcnthntl, Jr.. president of tho Ileal Ilftnte Association of the State of New York, asserting that "under hand" methods are belnc used to "dis credit" the ilovernor's pet measure creating n State tax department to sup plant the present three headed Tax Commission now controlled by Demo crats. The C.nvemor also Issued a short etatenient declaring that the hill In Its 1 Hti.il amended form, but still contain- 1 Kluslve Oliver iVhnrne. the steam filter who Injected lilms. If into the situa tion arising from Miss line Tamer's IfiO.oOO breach of promise etilt against Jniiies W, O.slHtrne, former Assistant District Attorney, continued In piny pranks on newspaper men .x estcrda , al- I though there was no rerl'tlnty Hint agents of the Department or justice had not found trim. Certain activity In Knst Sixtieth street, oil the block between Lexington and Third avenues, calmed teports that these ngetits had located the man. who sa. he Is a former swcelheatt of the petite factory worker, and who iissers that UK the clause transferring t the new . ( tc ,,, .), (H Kl,my of all the ads department some powers or the coriiora- , ,,,, ,.i,,,rgee ngaiiisl the lawcr. Hon tax bureau of the Comptroller s Th Hetlvltj' of (lnverntiieiil agents followed the receipt by the olllce of the. tsriO.Om) a year In I, now how much ' seemed to make It Impossible. I appre ciate your work In the highest degree. property it owns. "Valuation of real estate Is a farce It Is based on dream potentialities and H about per cent, higher than It ought to be. Trip C.'nnsen Criticism. Wholly aside from the fnrt that Oen. Scott was probably the one officer of the C.nxcrnment best fitted for the mis sion which he has now successfully ac- "AU pension fur. Is are In the holo I rnmnllHlieil. the action of the President financial Millions are needed to put , nna fierretary (latrlson In sending him lus been Se near tho has been them on their feet and you'll wall pretty soon. It's coming. "I llgitre that the debt limit exceeded by Illo.Ono.nnil, "Who reall) manages the clt ttn.iril of t!stlm:ite" No 'Plm rptlll Club and the real estate specu lators." Mr Miowiie aeserted 'hat there could be no eltli tent and is-omuim al admlnln tratloti of fib tlnances until politics was wiped out ami a commission of business men appointed to govern. Ills speech was answered by Alder man llenrj II. Curran. who inalntalii.-d thai the Aldermen hail proed that the 1011I1I be misted. In Slate Tax Com 1 nilssloner Joseph S Si liw.ih.li Horough President Douglas Matheweon. who de . fended with gieat good temper the works land aits of the Hoard of Hstimatc, and by a number of real estate owners ll.olntlo,ts iiloiifeft. to dab on this errand verely criticised here. (Ten. Scott Is Chief of Staff of the I United States Army, holding the most The 1 important post In the military ser Soclal ' vice To detach him from his duties at Washington slid send him out to bring In four leuegsile Indlnns Is by many j regarded an action out of all proportion 1 to the demands of the situation, There Mre thoe who see certain ab surdities In n situation when It Is np-1 parently necessary to call on the Chief of StatT of the United States Army to perform In time of peace a service which , the authorities In Utah, civil or mllltarv. ought to be equal to. It suggested i that the Attorney-tieneral might as well be employed In running about th" coun- , I try tiling In person suits against trusts. , ien Scott has long been recugnlied 1 as the most adroit otrieer In the United I States army In dealing with Indians. In ' I his earl) sen Ice he developed 11 marked ' aptitude for conducting negotiations with , . Indian tribeenif 11. and has many times ' f ,y ' ,vwi.wwwimiw Copyright hy Harris Kwlng Brig.-Gcn. Hugh L. Scott. tuan of their languages and even uses the Indian sign languages. It is Hen. Scott s custom to approach recalcitrant Indians unarmed and con- . vlnce them that It ! best to ceae light ing and yield to the white man In so far as actual offences committed are ivn cerned, Once In attempting to use this method in di aling with a Moro In the ' Philippines he was shot at and lost one , of his lingers. Last year Hon. Scott succeeded In bringing In rebellious Apaches who had defied the authorities and laet fall he conducted the negotiations with Villa and other Mexicans for solving the men- I aclng Hltuatlon at Xaco, Aril I ollhe has Milled all Just opposition anil that lie dues not believe the Legislature will care to assume responsibility for Its defeat, m It carries out a pre I election pledge. I The Oovcrnor's hill will probably he i up for consideration In both the Senate I and Assembly this week. It will come I up In the Assembly on Tuesday for pas sage with the Kings county Republicans allied against It for tho benefit of the Comptroller Several appointments at tne tov eruor's command are betng held up pending pafenge of the lax bill. It Is said. The (lovernor says h will veto the bill If the corporation tax amend ment Is taken from It The statement issued by the flov- ernor follows "Tin- tax bill Introduced In the Senate by Senator Kmerson and In the As sembly by Mr. Illnman, and somewhnt nmended In the Assembly, l a great Improvement on the law as It now stands, "t am confident thnt no community In the Sta'e will be injured by Its pas sage, nnd I am sure that It will prove a great henetlt to alt taxpayers. I 11m absolutely committed to this reform, nnd I 11uriT.se to redeem the pledges mane United States Attorney Marshall of 11 tip that Oliver Osborne, could be found In a house flouting on Hlooiulngilale's store and that this house faced the coin plnlnt department of the store. Mr Marshall learned too the right name of th man who sld he used tho name Oliver Osborne In n affair with Miss Tamer. He promptly sent agents to rind tho man. Oliver rillnr of rrosei-iitlnn. Coiispi'viition ( iiiiiiiss,inn. Moore Snvs Tlie I'm up , hold Kill for Self Mi mk COL. HA II HO 1' I! VI I ( K., Miss Tan.er alleges thai he promised to marry her. wants to Know where she lives, nnd nsks for other Information which will give bun an opportunity of 1 prepatltig a defence lie ns that the At.!iNT. March Information he whiiIh be given to him In Commissioner John detail as quickly lis possible, so that . , ... , the case can be put upon the prcferied statement to-nlgM calendar nnd tried as soon as possible. lives behind Col U D.iud Static, attorney for MIpm Tan zcr, sn.vs, that he will itpponn every re quest made b Mr. Osborne, except the demand for expedition. "We are Just as anxious for a speedy trial as Mr. Osborne Is." sild Mr. Slade, "and we shall do everything In our power to have the case heard qulcklv. We will prove even allegation we have innile, unit then the public can Judge how this pool little orphan girl has been wpitiged.'' I .ill 1 II 11 l Without h's testimony tho criminal charge against Miss Tamer of Living, used the malls In nttemptlng to defraud James W Osborne would surely fall and . as tho hearing In the case has been set for VS rdnwlav afterro.n. United Statet Attornov Marshall Is very mix I Ions to locate his star witness I With the Knst Sixtieth street tip de tectives set out It Is known that they CALLS OSHOHXK UNFAIR. Made Heerlcs Attcnk oil Miss Tntt rer llcfore Trlnt. Xr.w IIavkn, Conn.. Mnrch 21. Hen Jamllin Slade of Slado Slnde, tho lawyers wno are nctlm? for Itao Tanier It, I111 suit iignltiM ex-Assistant District Attorney James W. Osborne of New York, made replv to-day to statements alleged to have come from the ex-A.s-mMlntit District Atlomev He siild 1 "It Is not remarkable that at this time , this little lady. Miss Tnnzcr. should be arrested and charged with a criminal off.nce because sho bad written eome letters to Mr Osborne Xo in tlon was ' taken bv the parties who are pctsnnallv liil rested, or by the authorities In hargo of the administration of criminal soon convinced them that he whs not the man wanted Yesterday afternoon the detectives found another man on the block who answered the description of the mysterious stranger who went to during 'he terent campaign, wnicn 1 James v . usoorne mm unneri J.amn. nledires Involved a reorganliatlon of the , his law partner, who. so far. are the tlrst took charge of a man In a houe 1 'i1"" '" '"' ; '"' on the north side of Sixtieth street, not I t" -cek Justice at the hands of a court fr from l.exlnc-toii avenue, but that he ' against such a powerful gentleman as INDIANS TRUSTED SCOTT. j lloa-d of Tax .Commissioners STATE AUTOS PILE UP HEAVY EXPENSE 1 1 Having finished this chara terlzatlan J Mr. Hrownc. who spoke apparently with 1 the aipii.il ol the ''.nun menih.'iH of the nssiKiatioi' men who ale said to own :iOn, (inn film wioth of real rtntc In thl , . .t 11. 11I Ins notes no Chamberlain Heni Hiiiiie Illtt'UIti: Ut.i ego of the Mayor He has the highest possible UJials and le a hard wotkei Apm I rum Ids social . uplift scheme we would have 11 more ' eeoiionticil ailiiiiinstralioii if his Vitus W ere . .It'rieil o!t As legal'il t ic lio.llll of Kill, 11. Ill , a whole Mi lliowm sa1'! "Kler mell't 'I 1 is 'loin.' lull neiee ficgei l.i- i.ii'n.,il fii'iiri n d Cldillg illesl'oli I'ae . Ii'tlsac. between tne Irl'ilm 11. it. il,ior 1 'otnnl rolb r I and President of Hie liia'l ol her men 1 and Hie tit lirniii I 'res dent" 1 Is getting whbi nu n da Thei wIM tell .1011 thw ;Sh 1 po Inn I Uih.w i'i.ii It It. fl'oill peiwolill oh.e' ,ll oil Ttte! seem to have llhlencv Inl es ig itlons ) litid" 'lb' ' 'tigii is on the hraln These don 1 111. ,111 a I'llnn i v. . til 111 1 1 ease. I s l!-i lee ' , linv Whiliii'in and eer member of j the cli n iininNiratHiii was invited to, allend and 10 enk al lb" ineeiuig, which w is teinteil a lasp.i.vers' meeting, bel'l under the auspices ol the Culled Ileal Ijnate ownem Afniclatmn. but nil fepl ICgletv HVi Ptesldeul M Ithewsotl I of The Hioiix, who il on the stage and 1 tried to Inn, pleasani while .Mr. iirnwiii' grilled Ills associates The de. Iiti.it Ion of the M.1.VOI and nlbel seemed to rile the teal est He men a little Ml P.iowne referred to their absence as follow s "I uti'lei -land tin iein the I'linip trnllei and M' .Hi Alu'Hl 11 oeie n because H11.1 are iv.'li Slat 1 ouipMuib'r TravH ,md loitnei 1 iov lilinn. who am' hhakliiK dice In determine whelhei the State shall be tixed !. .'""i or Jl. I feel Mire the Maor would have la ell here If he had Known lh.it the 'Castles ill the All' ari in the ,me Mi'Mm A for the Chamberlain, he is on the Pa cini' coael. srending a pull of that S "in. Hit) ilU'i mil 1. il ion " At the coe of the meeting the re.n .u at., men .iltlet.ie.t ill otiltlnns .ptltig iiua'iHiinUsl.v a set of reotu- i iverten threatening situations ny p.irr- Hons whlih in the preamble nssertc I f"' measures He Is know n among the that, nothwllhstandliig the promisee j Indians, .njivn the.r contldence, speaks tint had been made for rigid .ecomunv ; , - u and llnateUI teforin. the Ilium 1.1I con-. " dithMi of the cllv w te .rln. al as ever; that the b ggi'si hudg. t 111 hlstnrv liad been adopted, that cm bond had gone away down In value and that bank ruptcy was at hand The r.sohlt.ons provided Hut the ftoinl of estimate fhould appoint with out delav a commission c mistsed of Its own lepresentaltves atid of cltl7,ens sceciei wiluoiit regard for politics. Inn who pos-ess ititegrltt and .tt.11 1 1 to In' mile lug tili.im'i.il lualteis: and that the eonuiiiss on should llnd out .i H w h.-re the c tv stands tinancl.illy and sli. ,ul, I l)n, wa and nn alls to get hack 11 a sane, sound basis. 11 was su-igeetcil also tha' the nnii.iinn t iv pi.blem be mv estc-ated tun the M.iMir slioulil tin.) w.ivs and ttiein- lo piovnle addttloiMl rev. line ol a: lea-t $.'111,111111. niui lor the purpose of leducifig tin existing taxat. on on -eal esia'c ami no' for the pinposc of addl- II n.i 1 ia ml. tin es, and 'hit 11 unliable d'vis n he made as lieiween tie ctv and State of inonev now ol , lectid uiidei Hie Inheritance, moitgngc rid ex. I'' tax laws T. ' tesill'lolis Wee filmed hv I ol..es. Slew, 11 llrowiie, Mlolpn Hlocn. lien HhKh and L. Vlci. r Wtll llellevcd Him to llr "iimrp" and time t p I, nail. Svcr Lakh. March II. -On, Hugh I. Scott Is camping to-night 1xt-tlve miles south of Thompson's with Tse-Xo-tlat. old Polk. Posev and a son of l'oev'H He is accoinpnnle.1 onlv bv Ills ifilerh and .1 resident of llluff who Is drvlng the team wlili-.lt Is earning the armj otllcer and his prlsoi.ers He will arrive at TJomiwin'i some t ine to-morrow and will bring ht pr'soners to Salt Lake, where thev will be lodged In the county Jail with the six other Indians who are now here T. only reason Scott was sucessful l that the Indians regarded him as "square ' l(eirta which have 1 me from HlufT ay that old Polk and I , sey both expressed a des re to follow out the adv h e of ton Scott (Sen Sect 'tfue to sav .until n; concerning b't ipture of the Ind ati- "Of course I expect cooperation on the part of the Senate and Assembly. I rely upon the Legislature to pass the tax bill, nnd I do not believe that body will care to nssumo rtsponslbtllty for Its defeat." The following was Mr Morgenthau's telegram to the (lovernor: "Certain parties are endeavoring to discredit your tax commission bill In an underhand way A circular signed Mlburban Taxpayers Association.' with- , out names and without address, has 1 been sent broadcast. It I a Tammany trick. The havf seen Oliver only men who borne recently. The agents took thl" man awav them, apparently with the intention of keeping him over night, as he had not I returned home by midnight 1 Reporters swept the block, but failed ! to llnd a iosltlve clue that Oliver Os. j born lived there under anv name People In one house said be tlx . .1 next; door. In that house r porters were told that Oliver Oshorne lived In th.- house! Ilrt visited, and o, 'itpant of a nte down the street said that a man an ts apparently swering Oliver iistmrncs nescrip taxatton and 1 Hon lived further down the block , legislation committee of the Ileal I.state Hoird of Xew York unanimously I indorsed the bill as amended In the Assembly. Kven' taxpayers' organization will the defendant. Mr. James W Oslsirne "In view of what has been said hv Mr Osborne I express the hope that no effort will he made by him to ailjust the litigation betw. en Miss Tanzer nnd him self until a Jury of his peers bv their solemn verdict' determine on what side Os. Jiistl'o lies. If .Mr. oshonic'M nllegeii I claims have sound foundations In fact with I ho might submit sueii claims to the ite. termination or a jurv or vveivo impar tial men of the great metropolis of Xen York and not attempt 10 poison the public mind against this little woman who brought the ease nsalnt him. 'The udmlsslon on t'i part of Mi oshorne tha- two oihet l.nurr tefned to take the case agaui-t him Is at lat some proof to the puMic that mv tit 111 lias no fear of Mr Osborne hee.iue he Is an ex-Dlstrlci Attorncx, and In othei ways a pnw, rf ill getitletkan I note that Mr. Oslsirne does no give anv reason whv the other lawers to whom I he case was offered refused to take It I i.iii'ue Purl of .i.,ooo.ono "Triivelliiiir KxpeiiM's" Last Year Was hue lo Thorn. Mnvsv, March 11 Mote than lie iilM.i.i'iiii was needed lust veiir to defray the travelling expense of State 0IH1 :als, ic oiillng to tabulations made by lie. 1 ge A (ilyiili. executive auditor to Hov Whitman Of this amount IT5n,- was tumbled foi bj the last legis lature under the lead "travelling ex penses A large part of th' scent foi the opi ration f who'll thei CHARGES ON WORKMEN BILL WILL BE SIFTED Aio-einbly That to Deride Sll Mi vim I'l'ove ( ae. Tii-niuht .Mnt 50 CALLED IN CLEARY INQUIRY. llttiiniitlMtis Thnt Tvvctit? tiidlcl tiienl ln follow lleiirlim. Xvvck, X Y Mai.li II. -t le.iKi llfl Mltlle.sMS I..IVC lie. II silllltlio'letl to appeal Hits morning ii. tin- hcr-itm he rote lleferee William II llolchkls, tc . eiitl apiioi'ited bv liov Whl'itiau to take evidence III tin invest ig it 1011 of Hie piosecutor's olllce in Itockland coiintv The Investigation ,1- uli of Hie trial foi lollidei- and ..'-qit'ltat I si I tec. uiher of former Town cieik William V. I'learv, who killed his eighteen. v eat .old son-tn-law. District I lorn, v Thomas ilagan was ihaigo.l with neglei-t of dill'' after thai tilal. II Is 11. so promise, I th 11 the Hart I Minn c.i.e, in w Inch 1 lagan appeared f..r the .state, will b. delved llllo at the I Inoivit', Dunn, ihnugh convlcied and setllill.ill load gl.lftet, lll no sirveil .1 dav of It's Icrui I 1.1 .vil Paul Slr.vker, .1 lawei or Willi. 1111 etreet, who was retained by Kt'ed Xew man. editor of the Dockland i.'oniilv M rttst nyi 1 and father id Clean's victim, will present m the referee In- foriiint'iin he has nhtalned concerning the Clean case Intimations were m ide vesterdav that a scot, of Ind'ctnient may follow the reft in 's hraling. IT'S A FARM DE GINK NOW. .leO llnvls Ivlim Will This sprlnu. I or I line ItoH-roN, M.nch II .left Davis' King, propilctor ol thi' Hotel De Oltik, New Voik, 1.11,1 1111 olllclal visit lo the Hotel lie Jollies at I'NsCX Stleet, this C'l.V, to-111; lit King was watnily welconnd by I."' I.ipp.l, in.iiinger of the locil hostelry, the malinger having 1 11 founerlv associated Willi King In his Xew Vol li woil.. The vIsllniK bonlf.iie was ce. nited lliloiuh the .lohles., and 1 after jlniig II tin 011 ver. iiroiioiinci' I Mi lliowne thru took UP 1 I "1 of 'I"-' It a pal.no III lor .1 K.ng spuing eritn isms of the .1 Innnt-1 1 .1 King told l.lppa that he musl epe, t mn s ' Wastitul ami 1 t 1 av again iiiein- 10 give hattle ., the organUeil charities 01 1 ,,f this city, tho same as he had In en the , nhllued to do in New Voik ll.Ofln.OOn was of State auto, are l"l As neit as Hie executive auiiiiorcouniieaie jITn.i was spent last vcar for the Maintenance of these State cars The tabulations wete sent by Auditor illvtu lo AsentblMiiaii Alexander Mac- Donald, 1 hall mail or tie Assemni.v vvajs and Means Comnilttie, and Senator I llenrv M Sage, ulialrn an ot the .senate I li na nee Committee, for u-e 111 making 1 I up the limit draft of the appi opt latlon 1 hill In his letter to tin chairmen Auditor Clynn said : "Hi ports from di parimenta snow- mat the expenditure f- r postage I curt led unilci thi.e he ids, t.itiel). postage, transport. itlon and prlntim. Letter postage Is evhlentlv chaiged plainl.v to postage, mall b panel post is charged 10 iianspoitatloti and htainpid envelopes with pilntlin- milter Is . h..rgi-il lo pilnt ing ' II seems lo be tile pollcv of mar deiailniitits lo purchase alitellioblle!, without having appropriations for that piii-ios, The cost of the cni Is charged to in. mv funds The cost of mainte name I also distributed so that It is Willi dllllcult.v thai such expeinlltuies 111,1 In- known Ii inquired ui.in de. n irtnu-nts a o onlh In segregate the est of milnteiiance of rtiitiitnohiles lrom tne accounts iigaluH w hlch char!ce were in. tile ' Auditor HI 1111 also railed attention to the fad that there aro l.OOll stenog i.iphets III the State service, loielvlng a lolal of l,0fiiii0o. Tabulations pre paid! on the number and cost of em plov merit of sudi .itenogiaphers Indicate that the w rkmen's compensation leads all other dep irtmeiits In the number of stinogtapliers eit'plojed. Thete am lull stenographers In this depai lim-lit and I'n- iccelve annually Iflx.xxn T' e Secielarv of Slate i niibi.v s elght.v six stenographers at an annual cost of IHT.uIll In Hie Lil.ol Dep.utment sev ent v -nliui sten, uraplicrs receive J7".- 11 1 a veil The fotlv-four legislative steiiogi apliei s receive V.'I.'il'i each ea r CHELSEA ASKS NEW SCHOOL. WIDOW'S DEATH A MYSTERY. Aiiivnv. Maph II. Tne Assembly will pass t. -morrow tuglit the i..oiution of Itcpnhlic.in Leuiei Kloti It. Ilncvii. which passed the Senate la-t Umbo, providing tor .111 iivesfgatlon hv a tn lllltlee of title.. Sellaties and three s-semhlv-tneii of e , ha.ge nisnle l .1 hit la-o Slllllv II, Itepuhlli illl sselllblv nklll ftxnn i'h. ml. 111, 111. 1 coiintv. i.wil i.isiiili.v eornpaliles h.1,1 "airang.sl" to havt the dl'ist agt.-enient amendment 1. the vvorknien's comie.ns'itloti isinttnislon old Ji issed ligardless of the politic 1 .010 plexloil .1 the Leglslntlll. Allolhet charge was that "b .-! irnm all parts Ot the Slate 'i,ld come 10 Mlianv 1 use tt" inusi sinister ot po.n.cnl utcisu es to force the amendment thioiigh. Mr Sullivan Is exp.ited to he the, Mist witness, and he will In- al.cd to 1 ........ i.. ti.. 1... .-..n , ,.'. ,,.1 1 1. ' 1. lie. Yonkei-s, io-da ...... ... . , ea t In 1 Hi. mm who gave him his information was supt. Caisvvell ol thei (hums dep.. 1 tun lit of the I'lilcl.iv and. Casiialtv Compali Tin latter a de- ninl thai he lold Mr. Sulllv in m h a storv and :ihl that Mr Siilluai is in-I a grudge. report, d in tb.l 111 I" logbl Itepiihltcau Senator would be stand to discredit Mt Sulli- In that hnuss It wa denied that anv such person lived there Al' nf t(ie officials in the cae re malned away from their homes all day and un'il late In the night. M. fall Into line as soon lis the exact facts I .Marenaii was rxpecini noni- , ,r 01110.1. . ,,ortant lsue. will are known It ts important mat aunt-, "' ' "'" " "' "" 1. neat miMleliv ns to the evnet contents V od. Mr. Marshall s assistant In chare- of the hill be" had and nlo that cople 1 or the prosei utinn or Itae of the hill lit the final amended form, fayed awav trom-h.vnc v . 1 soorne oiuisi i.n ',) early in the evtnlng. h- would. ptoval of th" Mm hoi. I I. the Slate Conservation I'mi Mr. Moote (lectured thit t-Ktji me Hiitiportlng the in. the plesent cotiinnsion 1 thefts nf lumber and ml. I'llto SIlllS llgllllist the III"' which would net tin si 1 nnd, onn. In bis stun me. ,t .Mi m Col. It.11 hour foi not pi. facts In tie Ad I.. also sttlkcs at l-'ranl I. v dent of the l-'mpiii Si ie I nets Association , II M 1 dent of the llrooklv 1, 1 , pany; Ferris J. Mi ige p Santa Clara bilmli' r Cm,: I. Hell of Ciena Kail- .1'' Union Hag and Cap. 1 other largo Adlrondaca r Commissioner Moot.- , after the present Ivm,, r slon won two lumber tho Korest I'loilm i n a renlutlou calling 1 headed conservation mm present comtnlssion h 1.1 ' for political putpos. ' The Comttllsstoliei ill, 1 Ik i Interests killed a l .l lot" to settle many or th, though It was f iiiglo 1 Pltichot and other, who llrooklyn Coperage r,mi tloiw as "acts or vandal. -1 Mr. Moore also . 1 r, llatbotir Is presl'bn ,.r Twlim Compai v ami . v. cnmpatilcs, and explain. , I iHlsitlOU to the pleselil due to the ract that th. restricted the use of II hurting the liuf-lnc companies, othei menib, 1 Imur's committee wet. pi Mr. Mo re w.th these ietn.uk" "I". Hagemaii lla'.l. the . 'he Association foi tin It the Adlrotid i k. 1,.is alw 1. 1 g inline friend i.r t'e 1. (alwavs ..pposed bad Ug- ,1 I lsted gol legislation 1 1,. - hct s f the 4 omtlllt l.i -A ' . , I lord, formerly a St it. t o suiii rlntet.ileii' of Dr W gnat preetve at Vdic- I toiiiar II Van Xo'ibr. .1 ' . . "The inmmerclal Inn I" 1 n cotiitnlttee represent ' stand to lose ahoir Stale's suits llglllll-t I , It 1 1 l..r 1 r, II be available for det,i. Command sssls'ance." distribution without me if I can bt of SERVICE BOARD MEN PICKED ? Col. ltBmril WhM In He One of the leleellons. , A dewpatch to the rrtbuiie from Alhan.v last night sas that four of the live men who will he apsiiuted by !ov Wlitt man to the Public Service Coin inisson of the Uiti District when Coin mis' tiers Mci'all. Cram, William". Wis., and Mnlthle c'vise to ..ct In thei pre-,nt ao'1tv have been decided upon The.v are Co',, William Hivw.r.l. Travis Wh tin-v, Henry lloilgi and Kiiitsl'-v I. Martin. p u .ii that 'lie four nietnliers " Lie 11111111111011 against whom .liarg.s . f iii.scondiict. itietlicietic.v and ttegiect have heen tlbl- M"C.tll. Cram. Will i.rn and U.esl will .e rens.x.d tin ek If the Ooverno'- tltid.s them guilty Thev are to appear before the liovirnot to answer the 1 hargrs to-morrow Tat.zei also while Jam s 1 to gft home he had sa d We nne lnve.gatei that teatuie or,,,.., .i, r nnh.d the mailer and at the ptoper time and 1 ,,,, they will sin cecd place, ir that sunjec; hecomes an tin- be able to present evidence from whnh the reasons will appear." Itenjamin Slade 1 counsel lor Vi;-' clnlus I Mavo. brad of the M..vo Had. a- f tor CompHlr. 111 ttie su t hrou-hf against Minn (,,, e the ,ti. ,,o o' hi stenogranhi" l.dha'i M Cool. M." 1 1 en n -I.. of Appwil Santa ' ' ir 1 , pretty st- nclv 111 favoi "I am proud of ti,. 1 iov D I no prott I tl nil re. otd U . h iv. 1 law Why do ' , 1 1. r I . , 'ee w mt lo test, .re 1 -' b 'i pill'! 'v " 'I elle ' ' I I Oslinrite flles No l.lulil. The lawer na found .i I, - . . club l'C III the event' g. lie ! fit to dlecllss any development or the i iv. snvlng thai he was a 1 Iov eriin-ient w.t-j nese In the case again! Mis Titian ' and fiat It would be Indiscreet fm hint to say an thing Itae Tanner wa another pnti. mm' m the case who could not be fouml W'er he mi. arresteil .in P'ri'lav. two ,',v arter she !e I her hreach f p om n agaltisi James W 1 ishorne. she g.-e her adlrei a 7i' Pin.huit ,i",,e Tenant of that house mil, I 1 -1 eve anv clte to her Whetcuhoo's ae, m , he did not ''V e tin re. The application of the iiwe" o 1. '1 of particulars to the t,,,s - , t'ie f.n toty worket' uit ,igaint 'i m vv ' be heard n Part I "f th. Sip' n, t'oart th' inoriotig VI, I .- tlh 1 the appi' at ion on l'"- iv In ' lf s.itrl thit the su.i agaitit htm w 1 Mat I. tnnil. or else Miss T.inrer vv,! heng 1ij.e, a a tool b.v hu enemies. lie waul t , miow w he- and '.vhere Mr. Itelnno In I. Iff- I'nrled line kers Ni'Uhliiirn, YoNKt.r.s. X, Y. Mar.lt 21 Coroner 1 James P Dilffn U'gah an .nquuy t'i's livmlng into the nisteuois death or 1 Mrs Hon nee Delano, a oiing widow whose hodv was found 111 the batliiooni of lor apattmin'. at 115 Saiatog.t uvc- INFANT MORTALITY LOWER. Itl.le In lole t,nol Its. snnie nv In 111 t rn hum uce l'linri;ed. ads He ridiculed the uses 111,1, Ii the M1111I1 1p.1l Lodging House, said Mayor had fulled to vilo wasteful hills mid that the ineinbelM of Hu Hoard of estim.ite wer so used to having mo. pie ,,11111! .11 and sav, "llete. give me a ral'llon or two" 1h.1i liny ihought noth ing of It. "They talk about home rule, he con t in ilil. "The adinllllstiation of Hie of Xew York Is tun to be trusted with home rule. I don't ciun who forms tha admlnlstiallon Tiny got a home rule lull thioiigh In I'lLI Hid they nnlv piii inlo n. thai pcit of ii vv li Ii It enabled them t,, - in ml 11101 uiniii Tin; part ttt.it allowed thrill to riilu-e t. urn - an nitao ekpi.nliiii 1 u r i. tegai ded M llrowin I m h d found ix trai-irdl'inrj w -i icrm ics m, ,,i nl' tne Manhattan and iUei 111,010 innlgis . nd hi t ,r instruction ami iiialuti ii.inci Vf the Muni pal llulldlni: lie pre. Accoidliig to leppa King slid the Do 'IMil, farm pioposllion was ruing to be put thinugh mid that enough land will have been seemed b) April I to stait a gri ii in my men al wink I'.idi m..n who Joins In Dm f.iim.iiK schemn will hare In lh piollts, ami King i-.iiil he city did not kcu how iiiiiii.ng ,1 truck larm collld fall to he prnllliilile when the prlceM demanded by Xew York let.'illeia vverv taken llllo consideration . Ic I'riisMir clil .Near llod, Willi 111 empty Untie lauilled pi'Uic '-I Iving in-1 tl1 111 llciiij M'ti'licll, all trl' lati, s.i e,ii'H old, was found jes. iiiiliiv a'ici noun on tin ilonr ol a fur nlslu'd loom ai "II llciklmer street, Hrookljn Ainbiilancc Suigcun Clenu na of St Mary's Ilnsplinl said the young man had been dead for several hour. In to p It war thai some ptl , 11 I'll van COMPENSATION LAW 0. K. Hlnue Invites llilncatloii Commis sioner to Inspect lllil struct ores. The I'lnlsca .Neighborhood Assocla llou has asked the Commissioner of education to come down to the village at the association's expense and see whether or not a new school Is needed oil the Wel Twentieth strict site sc ulled for that purpose. Moicovcr the association In a report has piepated llguies which will be pre sented to the llo.inl of education at it next meeting on March II to show that by selling the sitea of threo old schools - Xos. II, IK and Id tha city could realize llfiii.iion, more than is needed to build the new school. Xol one of these old schools la fire proof or even p.trtlally so, the assocla lion says, and " " per cent of the class roiue arn ciowdcd beond their legal ca paclty "Klrc onl'is ale outstanding against light out of nine Chelsea schools," tho report says ''Only una school has modem school furniture throughout, Wardrobe mnl dlinklng facilities are en tirely Inadequate and retiring room fa cilities am barbaric." Chnli-miiii llovvlltiu In n,i.inciit Opposes m.-iiil in t-ii 1 , Thit Hie rccenllv pa se.l amendment I lo the Stall worhiiuo i . i. , usatlon law w mil b is caused so nun h ttouh.c at Mbanv will benefit no om ami will, not i educe the expense. of the nil mission was Ihe opinion jiveii out es- i ti'tdav b.v Knl 'I IC Dowllng, chalriiiau of the oninusslon ami i pi t sentlng sub slantiall.v Ihe commission's vnws after, light mouths of expei icnce with the present law linv. Whitmnn bae all. nouiiccd he intend to hold a hearing upon the miit'iidmcht befoie apptoving , It- ! "Since the aini'inlineiit nqultcs that ' the commission shall examine each n gi i fluent and approve it befoie it be comes mi iiwanl." said Mr Dovvliug. "I can see no liescnlng id expense and possum an ail. I. 'il expense "I lliluk thai the law is winking welt now, and object p. nil, 'ill, ,1 Ij to I'm, im; the einplojcr and emplovee into m-goil- Itiolle for settleinelll a I I'Vefslotl In III,' old pi. i, the of birgainlng In I vv ecu I hem Such a ptactiie tends lo create ant.ii-'o-11 Ism 'i see rillihcr no hem III In the pro vision foi' mv one mile Il shall turn out in ration that ihe Injure, I cn- plovo. or hw ilep, intents will nceive less Colllpenato J ah at plerelil. In which case the insurance companies alone will be gaincis, Al any eight months work we have hnntil of anv demand on the either eiuplovcr or ehll'lo.v i e change ' To her nelghoors the widow, who ilv.d , in luxiirv. was a woman of nivterv. She was last seen alive Satiiidav alio- noon ) Mr e c, ttaket, who hv I m-xi dooi I When Mirwiii Mats" the Janitor, i he.uil dogn barking In the ap.iitment he tiled ii vain '" aron? Mrs Delano opening ti. door with his key he In vestigated and found her full drisscd slrel.hed deml on e (loot. , Prank lllgbet a summer resident of 1 c.rccnw ,ii, who is a hrother-in law 01 Mrs Delano, motored to linker and arranged for the tuneral on Tutda. ti:vv. Much II The ,h;s,,n i hlld hygiene or the Si it. Di pat tmeiit . r Health iniiouiic, , lo-dav that I e iiifinl uiortabt.v rate rot- Jamiaiv n tie Stale, mitlie ot New k lo. w.i .vith r one po.'it a 'ow us 'tltal In New Yo-k , ttv I'm Jauuaiv a M'ir ago the i.ite ill Ihe S' .te vv.l IvveliM ,i,,nt hlglle III III II New Vie k , III I'I'o hid i t ii issiinl to d.i.v siv til ,t n il t i,.t,t be licvce till di isc hi I Ii due I th, , .mil'. i en ol i dm a' on on. in, l, d 1,-t ',,! I hei e vv . e , i v -ot inr.m' nnd, i I . of this veil i n.i ii , I .I, i 1 1 w el hi 11 .1,1,1, inilat v . I 'i I 1 POSTMASTER KELLY ROBBED. UNITED CIGAR HOLDUP AGAIN. Iloti siorc . nlllU Held .XIhii sren IIiim- lloe, II s Hi'iTi'liir. I Mso 0 Preslilent 1 lileii'.' loll VI c oen V lit leu I'lg.ll tole it Uors.vth street. night, hack, ,1 walked nto III I'niial -ii about 1 1 an n tin clerk, .lo Cir'hv un again! the wall at United i'. i, near lock lat mil Mi the point Who. I '..sttii i.!, U ill ,m f Hlooklvi w is li-teu tig lo at a tes, motilat iltirn i ivei, elliplo.VltS ill .!-lhhl, I'll!,. S.iiunliv mghi thievi hrok, home al xx Si John' pla. . ami stole Hit r,llowilig .it r i , suit ' an . v.-ttiiig mpi. I.v p.... 11 rid It' diamond ring tvv, ill, tins, all worth. it , ool.lv ' I'- I II .- IWO gold i pin and Mr Kellv n' a revolv.i mil then empiln, thei vvaiches, a till The go' Una in chick and ?:! two gold in i.ish Then linv walked out, teat - i K. i;,n Ing .MiC.ii'b blowing into a police I -rim same night Samuel Mitt. e-r. whistle tary to Ptcs.ih ni ,,f the Hoaid of Ablci I'Oiiceman .viascr iiuiiri me wuistie ,,.,ti McAnenv wis ,,,l,l,, ,1 ,,r X" 'worth of Jcwe'M white he and In- vv aid started tovv.nd the siorc. and when m ar saw a man brmk Into r m Mascr caught him t the eiu ih.-th slicct taion the piisoncr said he wis Hen Ulner. II, of ,M i'hiytu- -l ei I Mi I'm th. the police a, blent lied h:n as the man who In Id the gun and he . was locked up n Will' Wcl I islllp tl t I si i eel l p I ' im t i rate In , stieet In not yit' evening part ot foi' the TWO EAGER FOR DEATH. NrtvnrU Xliu, Micccfd III snlHile j Mteinptl Woionli I'olls. Xkvv.viik, X J.. March II -Allliiii-d with a chronic disease and believing he would not get belter, Patrick tilynn, r.n .vents old, committed suicide In hi home at I'.ix L.ifa.v iltn stieet this afternoon by Inhaling gas About the lime he was dlsfovered Mrs Catherine Lit lie. a, ycais old, of ns Union slreci, brooding over family troubles, drank u quantity of Iodine with suicidal Intent, She was removed in the City Hospital nnd Is In a serious condition, DOCTOR'S AUTO HITS BOY. x onth. Who Mode llloi'le. Illumed h I'olli-enin i, Mom I'lschhr. IS, of 11 I'talellliitrt Pitkn.i), The llioux. was struck and knocked down bv an automobile driven bv Dr Victor Lvon of 11,1 West llfiih Itioadwav at IIMh stieet last I'lsiiiler was riding a bbycle Di L.vnn ook him lo ashliigtoii HOgllts Hospllal, wheie It wis said lie hud a possible fracture of the skull and leveic biulfes. A policeman who saw tho accident said It was mused by I'lschler's curelessness. Molorocle mid lito lolllile, Stuart Xagle, IS, of 1! Cartetet nc. Iiue, and (leoige Wilson, II, ol 1,1 la. side place, Jcrse.v Ct . weie rlil'nu .1 motorcjele along the llud-on lloulevard near l'nllon avenue eteidav ntti rnoon , when they collided Willi an .in oiuoiti. , owned and ililvm h Jacob Wnckcr Wllum Hlffeled a coin iissinii of Ihe brain and Internal injuries whnh m.n cause ins-He, nil .Migle's liKhl leg was frin lined Wacker, who has n ginaRe at 1737 Hudson lloulavard, was awested and released on ball Beyond Doubt the Best I lk Willi' spit III endnr "I ii t . llKI.III'' is sql'mi Ml ft hll'l ul H.i . All loiik via I s,M .il '.otiiil olil f r Minn th, in tdllcr Ale is proof of n Ji ligii't il t'ivor Bass Ale On Draught and In Hoi tic Everywhere II e .lie cViriiMifl Shipments Hvgularlu, II itlimit Itvluii or lntvrfvrrncv Pass A I n., Illiportrrs, im V. im li ,l s NOW See the Car Famed for Hidden Values Have you seen the new CASE -the car of hidden values'.' Xow is the time lo understand it. fmir ' oi'ily. ii.s superb orjjanif uonstruct ion, which mm it an int'oinparable buy. For the vitals of the Cs! are founded upon more than 70 year-, of suiv'- experience in buildinp motive power maehinery. other ear has such a sound mechanical foiinda'in'i ' You, of course, know of the excellence of C'AI ilesinn and CASK construction. Rut let u- n'! ' in detail of the many point. in which we spend materials and workmanship where others miM r You will find many things of interest to you iudi '' ' buyers. And also remember that the CASE car c.trrir more in necessary equipment, than any other car r class. Without extra charpe we include Extra Tin' Kxtra Inner Tube on Rim with Tire Cover. V" Non-Skid Tire Chains and S-Day Clock. These features, with the 5 per cent, discount il ca.sh. amount to precisely $110.2."). Add tbir, m price of any other car in this class; then compan price and value with those of the CAS' '"2't," ennm al SlHfiO.OO. It will please us to have you call and sped minutely the 1)1." CASIO this week, or .e other time convenien' for you. .lust see ihe ' and you will understand why it is winning mi " experienced motorists. u25" Complete $1350 5' If Wc Priced and Equipped as Others Do, S12.W Dision If t a I if ffflff i .ati,;. The Car Willi the Famous Until m" Weiuhl Only 2735 Pound J. I. CASE T. M. COMPANY, Inc., Racine. . New York Branch House Broadway at Sixty-second St. I'lionc Columbus 801)0