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THE SUN. TUESDAY. MARCH 23. 1915. M i ji I A i V I m OFFER WAY TO ENDFULLCREW LAW'S BURDEN Speakers I'rjre New Jersey Legislators to Vest Tower in Hoard. I KKl'KAL OK PRKSKXT STATUTE IS L'R(JEI)' Tr.KNToN. N. ! . March ii. -M.tmifai-tllier. ImiMiiin) men and farmers Joined ruth railroad re priKenlntlven to-day In lirBliiB tlie repeal of the full urevv law lit a hearing before the Senate and llotiie I'ommltteert on railroads and ranalK. Their .tntumentM, press-ed with Msor, were opposed by a number of r.i.lr.j.ul employee and representatives tif labor orRanlzatloiin. In eeveral vvaVH the hearltiB was le lii.rkahle. Kvery xe.it In the. A-aeinbly number unn taken iiud eeii xtiimllnR loom was at a pleiiiliini. iipiionentM of tb npr.ilrr relied nialulv tipun tlic ion tetitloli that the law lnil"e. a greater ilecne of safety to the 1 ra'MlliiK public. The St.ito Chamber of I'mumi roe, Which Wat back of the repealer mid a companion measure empowering tile l'llblle rillltj l'miltlllelnll to deter limie tlie neeessary erow. invented a ul. itill" designed to meet the rrlll ( sins of the original measure by liov. riehlcf This iiiomi eatlsul a temporary riiisundeistauiliim. The Chamber under. Hood that the substitute met the ap pro; al of Assemblyman Stevens, who In tiodueej tlie repeater and the compan ion measure. A llllnu III (lllr till. l Stevens said this was not the case, tut cvpi-esscd a ivllllnfrnek to support , mi.v measure lendlnK to Improve busl- j in.- . .iiidltlons The substitute bill provides that the, power to "direct any common ear ner lv iallio.nl in tlie State of N'uvv Jer-.c.v to eiuploy sp.-h number of em- i plove.s m iiiiy of lis trains rf will i .iffoiil safe aibiiu.ite and proper ser vice loi the protcvtloti of tho public; ' nu. I tin emtiloN ,.-. of the s,ii, I'omiuon 1 aii 111 snail in. Inv-slcd with the State Hoard of Public t'ttllty Commission He The oial aiKumeiils In behalf of tho railroads were presented b .1. K. Iteyn olds, general .itturne.v for the Central lt.illrii.nl Compiu of New Jersey; fliorse Stui't Patterson. Kmeral sollol toi of the Peiins) Ivanla Railroad Com p.ui.v. and hv c. II Stein, eiipei Intend ed! of tlie central illusion of the Ceil tial Itailio.iu. In art iltlou there was submitted a miss of testimony, statistics, petitions ml exhibits collected and arraiisi-d un rlrr tlie supervision of Samuel Ilea, Dan iel W'lllard and Theodom Voorhees, presidents respectively of tho Pennsyl vania. Haltimore and Ohio anil Phila delphia and Ite.uline r4llro.nl. SUtlst.cs and arRUmems wi-ie offered to s.hav tli.,. neither safe nor adequate, rice has been or can be afforded thiuiiKli the operation of the present Jhw To convince the committee that the movement for tlie rP".il d es pot thrive oeh on the opinions hr Id bv those directly Interested In 'be railroad In dium there were laid before the inni. pi.trni ehlb;t c.irrv.nc reolutl ins. adnpte,! U '.oards of triib. vh.imberp of .'iiminci' e. uninKi'H. i'I's rimuclltt and Oth' repiesenlatlve IktH.'S In NV ,r-r-v V. schedule si iw ed ihat lesoliillnrj) 1 lor'itK the .epe.il had been adopted i eiifht-tle oicanl.atl nr. I'liere w is also olli-reil a svra. pde ot iiewspapei' illppiiiRs, fhow'ilir (bat of '.ill papers cairylnir i-iy edltonals on til.- suliji"-- J!'S paper -airuiR I e 4 mMo'lals. f.n' r the lepeal. Twenty-seven news iapcrs opposed the lepeal and lift ild to a neutral p sltlon. Of the Nw Jere papers .'i0 favor repe.il nnd 1" ipn. It A ttunk romalulm; petitions to a lil.-h there w ei e lss.111 sltnera was another Nhlblt. IlilTI.I'.'ll ! I'otliplj Willi I. li. .1 1.... .t.. . .1.,. ..iu ,.r . k :,i.i..hi, a .New jersey were pm 10 a com 01 , ISTl.li'! In complyliiK with the full crew 1 iw The ;.iw coiupelkd the riilro.ids I. .mploy 4:1:1 ad.llti.mal hia-emen when 1. In.. line elfec:ie and 4s& men now bold Jobs 'i. t .cess of wliat the rail- IU.I believe to be necessary III 'l.l.T to 1. .vide afe and adequate service. T lire wete, kis a synopsis 01 tne ra IiohiIs' case piep.ired by th" coin ml.le of railroad piesl.leiits. "ITU trains manned equal lo or in vxess . f the HU ' tulUllllliellts Tlie.e were l.lilljl t .ilj. not lltle.lt. I Theie weie ;'". u,ii vvlibh It iv. is 1,1 c.ss.iry 10 place ,.n ex -- man. Theie .ne now rated in New Jersey 2.7 1 1 pa seiiBer and freight trains or 1 l.e ana arc iiiuiiiiu u the ra lioads with crews larger than the I law leoulren. . "The railroads of Pennsylvania ami . i i,,.a 1., ibelrl aerviCB 2i'.'.7U4 men. Of theso, 51,71 weie in train service nun -ii' brakemen. Of these, 2.34D ure In the excess, man class, Not one 111 tun of all braltunum holds his Job through the law, and of all iullro.nl employee., in both Hla'ea only one. In 11- is In the excess 1 lass "Tho excess man on each of the fast lb uugh Western p'isseuger trains oper ated across New Jersey makes an addi tional operating cost on thn trip from New York to Pittsburg or Hiiffalu o( bout KVIUu a year for each train," Merc l.e.mlb i! H Crlterl M. Hiynolds quoted a riut of tdu rublli Ftlllty Commission, In which It Mas pointed out that the mere length o' a train is no criierion wiiaicw,, ,.me bv Itself, of the number of men lie. es - Kill to opmate thai train saieiy ana pi opei v The 1 eport made It clear tha a thioimh train of Ihlity-lho cus le.iilres lewer ni"ii to operatn It prop erly than doe., a train half as Wr,', winch makes fieipient stops. The lailto.nls ale not authorized," raid Mr lteynolds, "to coin iiione. in this countiy, and the only pi 10 they run get thtir money Is ftom tho hln yiers and passenueis they serve, Tlie Itiust ge- every year till- J luii.dmi of foolish "Xpenilltllies from the pockets ol your constituents and pass it on to these men who ale i.ding these tialus without perfoi mlng any Useful service In ex change for the money they take" Mr Itobliison aigued that inuili of the prevailing industrial ilepie'slnii 1 ilue to the In.ihillty (if the riillmiiilH in iUll'llHe Hllpplies heeilllie nf llllllllllell lllU' net levenue ''ln, fallliiK off nf ,11 1 levennen, ill!'-. Im Hiihl, tu leKlxl.itlon ill ;4ii Ilk vllh thn full eiew law, hail fiiri-'il' tin 1 a II 1 ii.iiIh to 1 111 tall linpriiveineiilH mill oti-eitieply to limit their pin-rnai-M nl etippnet to the reipin enietim of upi'iatltiK s.itelv Where 'I lie re snm.-juiitt, Mr, Hiem e.iiil 1 he two ftnti-t iii- of .111 iipti'.iliiiK u II I ..il lit' .1 r.uliuid vvcro lu AVIATOR KILLED I Cop) rlrht by American I'wi AaxKlallun, Tlilx remarkable picture. which re.icheil New York yesterday, wan tnkfi tit I'lilvenol fit y. Cul.. on M.itvh 16. when Prank .Stiles, un aviator employed liy the I'nlvrrynl I'llnt Company, lot control of hl.i blpl.ine stniJ jilutiRol 1.".0 fiet tu hln death. The accident occurred ltn ng the muk lint of a motion picture of a tttippuyrtl battle in the air between two aeroplane. A premature explosion In an .inclinied aeroplane Ixhoun on the left) Jut an Stllex Hew over It Ion the rlsht) i-uuned his inarhlnn to Honiertuull rurtlivvnrd. operate his division safely and economic ally, lie added . "The Introduction of this law forced us to placo men on various trains In through freluht and passenger service whete thete was not the idlghtcst meas ure of benefit to be derUerl from their employment. They do not add to the prompt handling of the train nor do they as!st in any manner In Its safe operation, whether the train Is In freight or pafsenger service. "The employment of this additional man adds to the expense of train oper ation without the least trace of benefit being derived from hi service, either by th ralltvad company or tho public." Others who spoke in favor of the re peal were Marcus. A. Ileemali. secretary of the State Chamber of Commerce.; Charles A. MeCut mack of Johnson Johnson, manufacturers K II. Stono of .Wwark. Wallet ll.nens of Cratibury, former State Senator V Itliuu 1'. Bd- wards, S. C C Halsknr.l of Pomona lilange and (leorge A Pope Mr llalsk ird'e pilmlpal obj.s.-tlon to tile law vva that It provide a tin. al- j luring attraction for the young men or the country to conn' to the city and seek emiiloynient on the railroads. He also contended tn.it the farmer Is in t'! end iiniH-lled to tlnance th" employ ment of the additional men by paying . lm.re.ised freight i.ite and sufleis 'through ineltlclent service, due to tne ! fact that the railroads cannot see their I way clear to inipiove fai.lllt.c.s. The burden of the battle In oppos.t'nn to the I.IIU was borne by lonner Ae 1 semblyman John A. Mathews of New '. ark. He asserted that the railroads' I campaign had been given to the quis . tlon of safety. He (barged Hut new -I paper indorsements of the bills had been bougnt and p.i.d foi. that emplnyeis have been Intimidated Into sinning pe titions for the passage of the rep. aler ' and that theee petitions bear the names I of dead men. Doubts Official liltll. Mr. Mathews expressed doubt about the superior abilities ..r the members ..f .1.. 1'iil.li.' Cttlltlcs Cninmlssloil 111 l 1 the matter of the regulation of the crew I problem, and ni..lni.i'ned thai th mem- hers of the I.eslslatuir who pass' d the. 1 bill were probahlv Just s capable anil practical. I The epcaker said tile la.lroads would pot hesitate to shift schedules and do I anything they iniibl to evade the law. I j Hi' s.ili it inu!rid the ititire utility I commission to compel tho Krl" to wash lie windows and that the Central Is, now radng a tine of million for break- I lug the laws In regard to rebates. Mr , Mathews asserted that a tepeal or the full crew law would be legislative mil - '''The other speakers ag.ilnt the h'll Walter Wnnn F.nrnKeii at Fellnri were Arthur A. Qu'.tm. president i.r tl e , Kffrrf iireoiielltnllon. ' State Fe.Ier.it Ion of Labor. Corbel 1 lteed of Newark chairman of th" , Incensed because hi vv.fe l.llzabeUi, i legislative board of tlie H'uthcrhnod of I I v'sir ld. refused to be reconciled I Itallwav Trainmen . John J M.i.ausli1in "'ter a separation of six months, Walter .. v..,.',.i, ..ie...i,!.lr..iui. t tbe lH.ar.l Watson. 3S. of 77? 1 lutes avenue, Hrnok- h.innon of Jersey lity ami ..,,., j mi.,,. ., i.-n,i,ih "' ; , APPEARS IN NEW HAVEN CASE. (i. W. Wlekerslialil tlneU Imlli't 1 ..lent 11 n I ..unset fur l.e.lyiir.l. Fonner Attot ney-Cn neral O. orge W W.ckereham made his Initial appearance in the New Haven case yesterdav as lit-1 torn. for l,ew im c.fss l.edvard. who Wit' the tVlelitv other llefcndailts is j chlllge.l with conspll'.llg o llloliopollle railroad truffle m New llugland. ' Mr Wiekershani In gan Ills iictlvit In1 the case by ptotestlug stinngly to Judge ( Hunt of the Ftiited State" District 1 ('ourt agali.et wdut lie charncteiied as s"vV.":""!r?5:r :'"",!!5 i" tar!! luniciiuei 1 P 1 . rrnv u s- ond indictment wn.s dlsinlwe.!. Ho ,..a tr- ti, .11..,. Usui ,.f th flrst i,,,iiet.,..,t tho L-roond that tho .- nnd, or succeeding truo bill, Include! nil the charges of Uie f!rt. Judge Hunt reserved decision until next Monday morning, when he will also take the final pleas of all tho defendants In the case. CLUB WOMEN ASK CITY HELP. Want Auditorium fur Federated Clubs' IIIk Session. "We think New York ought to wake up and give us an auditorium for the meeting of the Federated ciub.s a year t ruin next May," said MIsh Mary (lar ret' Hay at the Hotel Astor yewterday alteilioon. where there was a meeting , ()). w)mll f).(im ()Vt,r stH(, 1 . . . , . ,..rtain the fuliiie I guests t The lllppo.lt oine, It was decided, would be the only plain suitable for U'.dhO women. W.i hope .Mis, .Maiks w II go homo and tell Mr Marks how much we. lii-tiil a place and that the Hoard of Fatlmale will give us sonin money," con- J lllll.l'.l .'11". III.. .-IIMIIK III,- rj,. ., n ' , 1 were Miss Florence lluernsey, Mrs. John 1 Hays Hammond, Mrs. Philip Carpentor 1 and Mrs, Anion Plnchnt POLE SLAIN IN HIS HOME. ! .1 1 ll.u ..... .1... u..n.,b..u . Wife, Itei'iini'lleil After SepnrntliiMi n I'lillilil li I'lillee, The IiihIv of it I'iiIIhIi liihurer, Tiiiulio I l'i urhllierlch, w.ih tuuinl liiHt nlKlit In 11 1 tenement Hat he hiiil ueeiipleil for n week lit 'Jltlii IIiiKheH avenue, The llrotix, hy a frleml, John Hill ilUku, of .'(J'J KukIii'H iiveiiiie, who went to fall on him I'rm'lil kerh'h hail hien iiiunlereil. .rcin iIIhk to iliiriUkka. who Informed 1 the pollin of thn nilinler. I'riielilUerleh ,111111 limn fioni Klitinfonl lo live with I Iiih wife. Mar, from whom he hml lieen iipaiateil. She I'oiihl not he foiinil lael iilh'ht, rnii hlkerliii'H Imily hail In en ler- ilhl HI 11 1 il.t t cel. IIIh wife Ipih hull ar for a , r r" lesleil on Miveral oeciuiiotii iklly cuinltivt. IN FILM 'BATTLE" I , v n f TT. ew it a n n isj vwmv yv t UT PUIlKk ' ' MNlof Cleary. who wiu, present when youn. VVU1U 1 UUUUVU11V11 Queens Suffrage Leader Take. Up Cmlirels for Astoria Yoiinir Woman. RKSKMI.r.KS KLLKRT CASK Mrs. Alfed .1. Hno. vice-president of I the Woinan'n'Suffrage Party of Queens, who helped bring two men to trial for nu allege.l assault on .Mrs. 1. ian. r.ucri In J(w Camldy's clubhouse. hn.s taken up the cudgeN for another young woman. Miss Caroline C.r-fll of .104 llr.ind ave nue, Astoria. Miss tiresn claims sue w.ih attacked by John V Ward, the wit of a local politician, living at Ml Hast avenue. !-ong Island City. Ilec.iuse of Mrs Kno's championing of young women who she thinks have been wronged and the local .standing of Miss tlrewb and young Ward the case bids fair to win almost as much atten tion n the Ullert case, which brought muih trouble to other than the prin cipals. Mrs. Hno was one of the moet Interested ejieetatore In the Queens County Court, where the cne Is being tiled before Judge Humphrey, and she has assisted the prosecution in prepar ing for trial. Miss (Jresh lives with her aunt. Mrs. Hannah II. ltegex. who is supposed to be wealthy. She told the Jury yesterday that young warn, wno wornen ror a 1 lumber concern, called at tho Heges home on- morning to leave some articles and was told that she was alone In the house, t Ward followed her Into the house, Miss . ilreeh said, and In the dining room at- j tacked her. s strurne roiioweu. in w hicli clothe: tne young woman sai.i, ner wvre toni from her liod.v She , vvas nnaliy nTagrru into tne p.isrmeni. sue sain, wnere mini ien ner, nruisini n'"' almost unconscious. Photograph showing her Injuries nere handed 10 the Jury. Ward wet up an alibi and said that at Hie time ttie alleged assault occurred be was on his way to Whiteetoiie. The trial will probably be concluded to-day. CTATtS WTTT. ANT) SON on. " .in.-.. e..... ...... .... nun 1 a llllge nrea'l Hnili hi win tinincn iiiki j thigh, He alo severely lacerated t le ' w rls's and hands of his 17-year-old son. Thomas, who rushed to his mother's nld Ambulance Surgeon lllerard of St John's Hospital treated the youth and hurried the mother to the hospital. Her con.lit.on Is serious. After a struggle Patrolman Ratio of tho (Intiw avenue station arreted Watson. The latter Is charged with felonious assault. LONDON BUYS STEEL COMMON Aiiierlraii Issues rr (nlet nnd I r rKnlar, ' " " " " ! tunio-. In the gilt edged l.o.Npo.v. March 22 - The stock mnr- llght In the gilt edged section 1 ' " ',.' The war bmn was In de- . maun, u-mie raue 11111 w e.i mi un- niss,. ! D.Tdnn of fears regarding lalmr dltllcub I ties. liussiajis, iir.ese urn Japanese bonds were steady. Ituhbers were slack and mines and oils though stendy were dull. Americans were quiet and Irreglar, Reel common was bought. Canadian Parities, were Arm. AGED WOMAN LOST IN CITY. Mrs. Caroline Helninn, FnrKetttnK Home, Appeals to Police. An old woman who spoke with a 1 Herman accent approached Patrolman D.iwaoii of tho West Forty-seventh street i station at Itro.idway and Fifty-eighth atreet late yesterday afternoon and sad ' th it ln r name was Mrs. Caroline H.i man, that she was till years old and had forgotten where she lived. She wi.m dressed In black, Ambulance Surgeon Stockhammer took her to Polyclinic Hospital, where l.t was said she was suffering from melancholia and exposure. rJ2 iBuaicat Store Downtown r..., c.n; r....i ,m.l I vjichi iiiuiR, j Balbriggan Underwear 39c iariurnt 4 -bill ton drawer a double seat Hib tall shirt Compare with 7flr (I'lirments Else where Pajamas, A M'f'rs Surplus t'hamhray I'uJamaH, 50c Suit, worth 7.rc Mcrccrlztd Pajamas, 85r " " $1.50 fa 1 34 SEEKSTOPROVE CLEARY'S ACT PREMEDITATED Attorney for Xewnmn's Fat her. Calls Witnesses (Jajran Overlooked. STRIKES AT OFFICIAL THROUGH SLAYER Ntack. March 25. At the close of I the first day's testimony beforo Special Commissioner William H. Hotchklss, appointed lo report to the Governor on the charges of neglect of duty brought against District Attorney Thomas flagan for his conduct of th trial of William V. Cleary for the mur der of bin nineteen- ear-old son-ln-Iaw, fttigh new evidence dad been brought out to prove In the opinion of many that the sbi'lne was premeditated. It wan shown by nearly a doen wit nesses, who were not Hilled by District Attorney ilagan at the trial, that ther wan no reii.tm to believe Cleary was Irrational or ilrunl! Just before or after the shixitlng. In this regard Michael Hughes, h Ktrkepper. under questioning bv l.loyd Paul Slryker, representing Frederick M. Newman, the slain bov's . father. told of a conference tietween ' ' r " 1 . ....... Newman wtut killed. This conference took place at noon. In Fox's saloon In front of Fox's safe. ' At Its close Fox handed Cleary som thing that was put away In an Inside pocket. To the witness this something looked "like piece of paper." Hut 1 Mr. Stryker went on to prove by Will 1 lam Scllold Unit within three minutes ' after the shooting Fox gave Selbold a revolver with the Injunction that It ' bo taken to Fox saloon. Mail Here Knonn of Mnrrtae. Th lawver also Introduced evidence to Fhow that Cleary must have known of bis daughter's marriage, to Ihigene Newman Newman wat shot on Thurs day, July "". At tb- trial In- David Sv'hult. I lie Cleary" family physician, t untitled that on Wedne-ly night he wad told by Ihigene that Anna nnd he were married. Dr. Schultz was un able to tell Clear' f this becsmeo O'Mry. having learned that his daugh ter was to lseome a mother, hiol left his home to spend the night in bar rooms To-day. however. Ir Schultr. was flatly contradictol by Mrs. MaK-1 De Frle.st, 11 friend of Kugene's mother, both or whom ltvo at 473 West tr.'th street, New York. :u to the dale of llugene Newman's call. Mm. De Friest wild It mm Tuesday night that whe went with the hoy to Dr. Schultr." of fice. Hugene nsked Dr Schultr." the 1 oii. .in lesumu. it ns anw wnai wan the matter with Anna, and the doctor H, h ,i,in't. Then Kugeno told him wnilt he feared the trouble was and t,Ht tn,y nHd b)en nmrrted a few daya before." iMgene sent wortl to Anna by the dnc- toi that Khe wae to use her own Judg- ni) nt as to whether or not her pirents Hl.ould be Inform.! of the maniacs. nnx (Jmnrfniolher im Hnnrt. fin top of this evidence c,im as a climax the .story of thn boy's grand "mother Mrs Abbie Kenrej, who was ealleit upon to tell very little when she testified at the trial The Important part of her ovldence w.xm the convcrsi.- 1 tlon tdie heard Fugene have with Mre. 1 Cleary over the telephone. This was it 1 Mrs Kennedy'!) house on the day of the nOTM.JI AND RKsTAlTIAKTIt, CHEZ MAURICE, Mth St A H'waj- MAURICE WALTON KI-.MI.IIT A I MIIIMI.III HELLO GIRLSI Miniature Itev lie by Harrv Carroll llb "ji VV in ter (mnleti tilrls Aim Fre lies Table ,N'n RiTIFS ,' 1 Atop lllh . st Then ItHOlLCS Till: I'h.me I'M Hrvniit Mithttr Mr. iVernon Castle rr at 11 I'M snd Mrs Snturilay Matinee Tens Mr Mid Mo in itsnrlng. silmli.lnn tl. trn 'inlliu- tsi. Hestnurant In rhnrgu .it I'lerr. , I.niil. JTMCsbotv Utb Street, near 4th Ave. AMl'slJMKNTS. ASTOR H'wsv. C. SI Tv . S 15. MMInrr. 1 it-ii x 1 ,v winiripiy : '5 1 1'.tll'S Hello Broadway iiiiM.i'sr 1111, with ieo. M, Cohan, VVm.C'nlllrr, Ksiothrrs MKDtER e. 4Isi.,nr.tl"iM.T.t: ..Mi 'Jo. Msts T tninr'w Pop A Ssl 5 211 ON TRIAL .tllll I, met Srm In 1st lulo.ni tliir.. 7ne.,M 1,1111, nl 1 Inie. ,tth l'rmnrii'.iu 11 I ioIu Mais Toln'u.v fi.tt 'i Msllnee I ..nit.rr.iw 1 1, III). I 11 1 un 11 111 1 ,vii 1 iiiiii.iy, 1 hellli He. Hint, LONGACRE ut.st srii Kwii h:m. 'up .vie ti. tl ,vi t..t Tniiiiir INSIDE LINES THE PUNCH ft JUDY THEATRE VSW m'uuhiii i ritiirtij nv Airrni .smru, THE CLEVER ONES INt OMI'AH.VHI.i: ( srt iinrn-t ini,iiiii .vir iinpkln IMwnnl lllnery LniPH'l Mule Hiii. Wlij ml A ii i. Ii- IIiu'Ihi lll-rliell vest Mi ivtrlri' liii'imi-,. f)rehptr.i Hi hi. J;' up, l i) a fl Ou I'.vrns.'li, .Mam. I'rlitny A .S.it 1 311. BROADWAY ''"'j Tin:. 4jsT SL llnllyll 311 A VI i,i1:iui.m I'rlei-s J.',. l.-,.jo AM. I'll'S WIIKK llnulel rrnlmiiiii I're.sints I'lltSI I IMi: l M.l IMC K Marguerite Clark in "Gretna Green" ami (11111:11 si;i.i.cii.ii ri.Aiiiu.s, COLUMBIA Vifi Burlesque A THE HAPPY WIDOWS Illl. .11 lilil.ll l I." "l.lfllliu I he Han of I'nti'iitr)," fc '.' .sperlnl 1 iiniiilli s. H Alltll.llsiDIN's l.llllan l.nrriilne. I ei II i iiuiilnvliuin. I'liintnrt A Klnc, riouilhi A .Sivirlit, (leu Mil ihs . Mr Mr Jail. McdiMiy mm Klslil inhere I C ItKATKINh A 8 I' M, Dully Sun, ( P M, Huinrb. ri'lio Ttmplc. v3d, ntur U na)', 1 .7.1:1:1 1 1 'sj ic if i m m 1 w t I hU wife's, mother to Inquire after Anna. The one. shied conversation Mrs. Ken nedy heard hn repeated for the, first time In public to-day. What Mrs. Ken nedy heard follows; "TIiIh l ICiiKcne. I'm In llaverrtraw. Mow Is Anna'' I am so Kind. No, I called up, but I Kot no answer. Yes. t will ko rltsht nwuy. All rlRht, t will." Krom tho testimony of the boy's mother, Mrs. Applctou, It appeared that young N'.'Winan was In Itaerstr.iw by prenrrantreinei.t to wee, Clcary. Mrs. Cleary had called Mrs. Applolon early that morn I in,'. "Wo were lilt pretty hard," Mm. Cleary said, "but like n good many otherH we haxc .leclde.l In inako tho best of It. HtiVo KuKene (r right up to HaVer utraw. Mr. Cleary want to reo him about his pr.p'Cts." Directs (inns on Clcnrj. In effect the investigation Is a re-hcr I ,ng of the evidence against Cleary, Mr. 1 Stryker'.s theory being that If ho can ! produce uncalled and unused witnesses , to submit a cleaier case ngalnst Cbury 1 than (lagan did It will tend to how 1 : neglect on the part of (lagan. Mr. ' ; Newman's attorney tdiowed to-day that Mr. (lagan bail much evidence that he did not use, while Prank Moss, for I'.t . .l,nu..,l iVil ini.nli .-t this sel. I drnce was not admlsslbli If District Attorney Uagati removi'd and it Is the" general heller hero that this will bo the result of tho Investigation-- thern Is .1 possibility that an In dictment or two may be drawn affecting persons who may have been accessories to the murder, cither before or after tho fact. Kvidenee was Introduced through William Selbold whlcli (iasan's accusers claim thuWH a conspiracy tu aid Cleary I.. ........ l..rs- tut,. Coll.nl.l klAllllv I nulht.i n. 11... the i.l.tnl h.unl. d him bv shootlnK. The boy had called up Fox right after th- shooting could not I "s for separate trials. have t n ti-e one with which Newman ! Throughout the examination of the was killed, ...s it was an automatl.' and , talesmen the question of politic fre would have been hot If Just tired, auently cropped up. Jurors, were anked Stryker insiets the .automatic pistol Is not the gun banded to Selbold. but that It is a th'rd gun now product (I to 0Aer lip the effective work done In getting Chief of Pol co Ford's rovolver plcJied its Hie fatal weapon Stryker called three witnesses no', used on the trial to show tliat Chief Ford wild two day, nfter the nhootllitr that his gun could not have killed New man, .is he had tho gun with him that day on a Sunday school picnic. If, as Stryker claim, the third gun, which has. never been produced, .lid the killing mid was then disposed of through Sel bold, he contends that premeditation on Cleary' part Is indicated as well art conspiracy on the part of Fox: and othem, and neglect on the part of the District Attorney for falltrut to discover what was a matter of common t eport early In the Clcary case. Commissioner Hotchklns announod to counsel for Oagan that ho hae found on reading the trial record that the ox.im'niitlon of the five, or elx rebuttal witnesses by Gagan wiu 'Very weak" He s ild that unites evidence was In trodib cd to convince him to the contrary he would havo 10 nis.rt bo to tho (lov erjior. LORLMEK PLEADS NOT GUILTY. ( hnritert With VIolntliiK ftanVtlnic l.nvv M nndiiy (.eta Delay. ClttCA.10. March 22. William Lorlmer nnd three other officials of the defunct I,a Salle Street Trust nnd Savings Hank pleaded not guilty to charges of violat ing th national banking lawn before Federal Judge Carpenter to-day Two Indhied officials, Charles II. Mun day at.d Henry W Huttlg, were absejvt, Tim court granted them a week to ap pear and enter their pleas, Ihith were eald to he out of the city. Those arraigned besides I)rlmer were Charlea O. Fox. Trjoma-s McDonald and Jajnes I Oall.igher. No date was set for any of the trial. AMf.NKMKNTH. HIPPODROME nth v 44 Sts ixrertlnn Mr Mranrrt Moving Pictures If Hipnrinimle and IMvcr. tlctmn' Ue hue " xittnK ryinphons or rlirtrs nppratle Milnlit elinrin ortsn re-ii inMninirntn! virtuuM, nnd Mrs.LESLIECARTERl H I Heart off Maryland of fimi thliii; dtilnij rrr nv intt t ititriit (nun 13 .Kt nonti to wiMnlrht i lutlhitT .sU!lns A tuTOii to hopprrt ftipl ulHirl-fttiltr Jut-t th ptnrr ti rnjoy thn hour wniUrnr for th trMn thr t'nlj ajntirr Dour now in luwn. 10c 15c 25c 50c 39TH ST. Then., nr II wy v siv Mil Wed A 'nt : an If You Ever Enjoyed Listening to r the Telling of J.2 ' I Storir.lnBed Come nnd Hear LOU- TELLEGEN 'Tr .- I little tiilit In TAKING CHANCES i.-iti r.n iiiiimi hi viintiiint v :in. UVBIU I Mnnm-es Iii-iIh- ,v ski : ti.MitmiMi ro.i i hi 7ii5, The White Feather PI iYHMKF "' 11 v"" ii' " i rLNinuiiacMui, i., A ,SM ltllfcel Sll(e4 tu .Neil lurk SINNERS Seat ii I ur i:uirr 'liinitni VUtlnee 48TH ST. Ill) A nrnr II unv I vs m ', Mhiiiis Thil.K A Snl 115 THF I AW "!. I INI) '!' ma r, v, j ,, mm n F CORT iithst 1 nf H unv I'vritlliev'i ?u UNDER COVER M.lf Tu-lit'u A Snl nt r ?t) up I J.viTll'nvtr. TllfllS MdllT Silt Mils mi nu International Fiowor Show Mr. 17 to 1 10am. to llpim. Graid Central Pa loc P11 r hicrrir.s A L AC E , II A list H'lll) Ml .'.'i In T.-ii ,Tss,,r CARTER III IM luill lull 11 I lulill I' 111 vi 1. i.i 111 1,, nun lllel e) ,', I n A others, Gertrude Hoffmann Itl'N I I. A " lllir ets COLONIAL Hull) Vi Ji(. A LHAMBRA !'''"' "'ari' a n. . iiiii- Hull)' Mat '. '' ipm i.-ii, 111 i, 1 .( ixunt' k ii.titli'ii,' n. WEBER'S Then . Ii un)' nl sniii st, i nice Hunt :.'()- ;.lt . If SIR DOUGLAS Nawson iimsixr, ullhtlnlllllii! niiill'iii plrturi. V5e loll .Meii ,11 .VI n v it i a iiiii .mull iiurrtiiinrr, si Nniiii tu ,"Aic Vim ii Miimiii" ii:m i' m. i.suHiui nuii .v.s,,i,,it s H)iue..j.tVKVlii,i;illutilii"Wliliewtrc:r'liev;. lu lUiuu.umiii l,..m.,n Llnitliun. HINT POLITICS LED TO MINOTT MURDER Lawyers AsU Tnlcsmoii About Foley-llofnmo IVtitl ns m SiiIIo'n Trial Opens. EVIKKNTK TJKOTNS TO-DAY A Jury' ivi"! selected before Judce I Craln In riencr.il Sessions yesterday to trv Antonio Salle for tile murder of . ' ' , . J'"n,M M"'" nt ' corner f "v'r and Madison Htreets on New Year'rt night. The killing Is ald to have grown of 10tl0Ilj rlirforcno in the Second ' ,. .. Asaembly district, of which Tdomas V. Foley Is the leader His right to leader- ,ip n the district hon been contested ri,,i . ir,,. ., ,i,., ... n s'l'ui) jstteet cleaning commissioner, and Ku- gene Drlscoll, who organized the Home ltule Democratic Club In opposition to tho Downtown Tammany Club. Mlnott was Itofraiio'a iltet cousin, but iilded with Foley when tho breach came. At the time of the killing of Mlnott llfteen shots were fired and the defence will attempt to shmv that Mlnott tired llrst. I.n Salle and his brother Jm-eph 1 were arrested and Indicted for the mur der, but when the case were called "tTday their counsel, llobert H Hlder. F j A A si s,i ilsw j m T7v COLLARS Men who can buy collars regardless of the highness of their cost, buy Arrows, regardless of the lowness of their cost a for aj centa Cturrr.-PtABODr IV Co., inc. Makers Tuor, N. Y. .Ml'i:tKNTS. WINTER MM lu-ilnv GARDEN Hel Orel) H'wnr ft soth Kvrr.lnii. 1. v,ik, II ft l..v MAID IN AMERICA B..l: W o n deh ln 0 IlllllV tt tlrcll Tun 3 to JI ;i X lrudnecil fl' 'he I In n-, Ihrn i hlrnffo 4Jtk CT T y, w .tn !' c 1 15. tint oi . Oil V ulnee Snt I' t el the lerr Miiluu Pre-. MM V. i MK.I.r.SI Ml !- TRENTINI l. Ill I SIM'I. nu vvvir THE PEASANT GIRL 1 1 irm.N rni ma i CRAWFORD I'll II l roll MISH I lit I lis: II V I CUM HI. ll A Bl.llll. i. null ). VI. I lit si vis mi,. MINUATTIU"!' "" :ith.VMIi Vv I v If, a mniiiini inivvinl snl lo. :.vi' in . u I Mlilri fi t. In Inn, a a i rl nt .1 ;:iil,:.V' JI R I IIP R I R n i'Ai!i:wi:i.i. LYRIC ntlt V rveliln.-i. MS THE ONLY GIRL 11 Mtt! ninl irMJ ih rlirrt maiine CIIIOU Ji t t i n-inorrou PHYLLIS NEILSON.TERRCiN'r.'iihV CASINO I mix A 'Dili Vll.1 i nliil .-III . -II I ;n n ,.t ,si in H' Ii,. -in ... . i Vin.,ru EXPERIENCE SHURERT "MI'mhv i vm -ur i onuocn i !t M intr Tn ,nrr, -15 i.tsi mi:i:u. I.IIMMIV I. All I 1 ( l III To-Night'sTheNight STANDARD !' ,"": i-.-i'-i-i" - .V"1' Ii -il'iyATh'l ?VA'.ie mAKIiAHr .INK I IN ' m in.ter. .,.,,,. iiirr''. run, BALL OF THE ALLIED ARTS OF THE THEATRE In In hint i,f Ihiir. iiilit, pr. h, m Mni,. r, ti m s Vl:' ,Al ,v 1 1 ''i: " 11 i. it "iii: V-iim Tii.vr,,- ul '! I! I "N'n MVIITI 1 I NI V I'lV I II HI. IS vv 11 1 hi; sni.i, juiin' iiiiru. oris mcivni 11 I II VNIISUII.SDN ANII-1 ntoii vi.vv ai.iii ur ,sii;iini:ii .1 1 vi MM.TdN S A ITS. , S i , W iit'Nji itr.i'iii:.srv,i.N;Viii: Aeotlim I' u HUH. nl M OrKim Hi i llnl YON I'llll'llll A. il h" Ni i V ,rk lillDl.lllllAN I 1.1 II linen ,v t This Mil luli l,.iifii i hi title- Ihnilre,' 'I III Afli rn....ii VIOLIN I Jimii. THOMAS RECITAL I'lKtu t .i' II . tif'ii MkI IIh. ii l.vJ.K. i.ui.it-v iivi.i., in firriiuiiu ut I Scliii'ii. i(iii-n. 'ihtn Ll I IT l r - !r - j - i ji.iii.n. i iini si nw jnc9LTi; f I.ve y. M... j , ni sT PAIR OF SILK ST0CKIW05 If they knew Mr. Foley or knew of any political feud of the district. Assistant Dlslrlot Attorney Brothers, who Is prime eutlng the r,w, wanted to know If any of th" Jurors hail unv relations with political clubit that might Influence their vet diet In the case on ttlal. Several talesmen were exciisul because they ad mlltrj 11 knowledge ' political contll lions in th" district In which tne murder was commltttst. Mr Hrothers wilt open the prose cution's case thin morning. Witnesses will then be called. Ilocco Camlvale, a former resident ot Foley's district, who was Indicted last week for subornation of perjur, pleaded not guilty yerterday beforo Judge Swatm In (leneral Seeslons. lie was held 111 1".300 ball, which he was unable lo furnish and wan sent to the Tombs. Carnlvfilt'H Indictment grew out of the trial of another murder cae In the district, that of Vlnoenio Cardlllo, a Hofrano henchman, who was stabbed to death December 17, 1913, For that killing Albert and John Oalmarl were put on trial arid one of the chief wit nesses was Joseph Ilaldo, who later went back on his utory on the witness stand Ho sworn he had committed the perjury at the suggestion of Carnlvalo at Police Iteadauartein. He swore that Hofrano wax present when he made the Identification of tho two defendants. Michael J. Oalmarl, a brother of the two defendants who were acquitted lit their trial, wan ahot dead In the Htreet two xveeka ago. .Since that murder Ho frano, who lives In the neighborhood where the killing took place, him "been under police guard Sweden to llnvr Wireless tn T". S, ClinisrtANtA, March IS. Telegraphic connections between Sweden antl the United States, havo been unsatisfactory arsl a movement das begun to strengthen tho wireless station at Oothetiburg to enable It to commulcate with New York. Tlie Norwegian transatlantic station at Jadoren, after three years of work, Is t nearly finished. Dudley- JShrman"i 1 in. 1 . .. A in. - ow AMFSKMENTS. Thete w York lartlnc Theatrea Hate EMPIREKffi S":?S- . ETHELBARRYMORE I.at '.'Ml tn her triumph ill' Mi.tnmi. lyceu m is-:;: 4 rva v,w ELSI E FERGUSON " OUTCAST VTs- Kl KIlltHIM Kl.lt llvrnj A .lh Mrrrt " l,v lu Intlni i To in u A Snt i u ttitheM-wMiitnirfi., Mi'MtAt.Mi:u; FAOSFAKCIES V.,-C0HN'SVl-;,-,i,VV,,4MJi,,i "IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE" ' i.ri.iiiM, it mi -t-1 RC ACfO We.tllttiHt I've tji, "Miss Starr Wondirful." Sun. FRANCES STARR in m vim . mill. 1 H U DSON VtMV T.m i'. i'snt8: iV' rjouauu IW1I I IPIflfi Mtlah MKirlhr I IT ALL AO l D l.rainllle IliirUer. ivid ri r A sni l.ves O v.l Vint .i.-. Mernnril simu . VMMIII) I.I s VMl nil I DIN, n l.i - ,n 1 lrt I 1. ' I III IMM lull's im. I VIM t v n MliNiiiuliler Mithl' llrrnni REPUBLIC 1 r i :e 1. si ; Vtn '1 .111 u A Si.t livn III S sTl()S til m;- V011U 5T?p,,!JAjj,;,;pHiLHARM0NIC .11n11111r.il, iiumu. iiniiui-r I linil , i oiirnniitt lhtir. Mat nt2 ;,v mil irmlata Act l ltir pr limn ItiKenkat alter Vet: Dtier sehiinmtih imili lliilirrfli Arts I'arrnr I'nr ul sr,, ii 1'iiiillaiil Am Hurt Vlertln IHitur IhurvM lannhaeuer,iieii...Matenaurr I'rJiis, W e ' lltnun. Altluiue ( ma) lli-rts I rl, nt .i Viiinre ilel ire Id-. Hurl, l i-rrnrl-I lit ii.ii. Vinnio, Iiiilur I nml , Tiieni,liii sat. Mnt nt sis lniu. I'nrrar. Mnriltirlll, Seiiitl. I1ii1, 1,1'nnlinrilt i mill., polureu, I !'1 s J'"' '" Maule I'liite. Ileitlnn, ' llempel. .Srlminnr.n .srmlmeh, Wllhrrnpooii, (unit ltrls selilerel I'miil . lleitf Nei nii,ni u liiihenie. d.i, ,Sehuinnn lliittn, Amntu, Munrulii I'niul, I'olaeru, II VUIIM . lIANt f.srn, METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE NKXT SUNDAY NIGHT ALMA GLUCK i l'i" i i.Ait pun i;s M r si i uii ns I II I 1) N 1 v I o ' r r. n i t u i ii I-1; i , 11 o y h r. t" KlntiliiK Thurnin l c Ltr k MAIIt'll 5S. I'.virv eienltiK ! ieilav X nnruav nut, i I s A IMI It A DUNCAN Ticket HI l ent In fit mm at lint Office. 5th Blltmon Morning Mutloale I'rliliii, vi.ir. Ii '.'i',. nl I Jiiiii, i.ritiul lliillrniini, r.vnn DESTINN lltr iml) rmwrrt mipntriiiu p In N, ihU 4HMtll, lilt ( AlllHI MARTIN till, 1. 1 A VI HINSHAW I an...,.: TOURRET in- i.nu niiw in ininnnii. tint ii.ii,.,. 1 M'1"'" ht H II JiihiiMmi Kn.ilio l"nno. I .'rli" e llieiilre. Ihl. Uterinum .i:in. III nAHIiiiiM iiiiii.. . 1 linilCDIOa llfUITC iiuubmun nniic I IcUet i.w t ,w .Ull i, aitiitr In our newest field of cn. deavor our fourth store' corner of Fifth Avenue and 41st Street, with a 42d Street entrance, we've Rrounds for expecting a good Spring busi ness. Already commuters have found it, just as we hoped, an "added convenience"' when dashing to or from the Grand Central Station, Every day brings new friends who drop in when passing. Happily our other stores -our Broadway .stores at Warren Street, Uth Street and 34th Street have cause for complaint. no Business is good all 'round. Just as stocks arc complete all 'round. Just the same prices which reminds us that some of our friends seem to have an idea that because we've moved up on the Avenue that prices at that store might have moved up. too. Not at all. To be sure, it's an expensive location but good clothes at reasonable prices and good service arc sure to yield the necessary increase in the volume of sales to offset that. The "overhead" cost of trading is no more. Have you seen the new "Scotch Mists"? Rogers Peet Company Broadway at 13th St. Broadway at U'arren BroaJuiv at 34th St. Hfth Alt at 41t St "The Four Corners" AMl'MKMKNTx. o llrallnu With the 1n I ihhimih NEW AMSTERDAM Wr t :il si watch your step . A Mr. m Mr. ennui I ttlr. I r.itil, linni- RUTH CHATTERTON -run Wi bitrr i 1 DADDY LONG-LEGS HARRIS ?''tk,:,;V ILLINGTON THE LIE FULTONapay Drno ELTINGE ST x " globe v,r;:r MONTGOMERY & stone uu; LIBERTY V r A i,- , , .'.' U I A t Mat . . j 1 vlee 1 Ih D. W. GRIFFITH'S iiijnm M- 'inc Srt4 VleekAhe.lil hymphoiiy orrhr-' jifv .IOSIT STIIVNSKV I inni Neil I hurt. i:ie it, Nevt I rl V . J" rv-Wi'V;1 ziMBALisT I'rnfrum Inc ude A " J I ill li un sl l I) til V l I I II i ti'iiiu ii viiiii. ,ext satiinlat l"n s Last Saturday Ev. Concert rVuiW ZIIV1BALIST DVllltAK Svr t I'nriiriili' Mull "Nl "III. I P a ORATORIO ' Society of Nav. Ymt CiiriicRicIlnll.TO-MOnHl W WOLF-FERRARI v BACH Miitutu'iit Mn-lc siimirti . i SIlllVV llh,. . 'I V plililis II 1 9 MR. WALTER DAMROSCH I M'l N V I ll, V , i tl VI VI. Nl It's N Illl 1 I Nl tn the V in .llli. il ll.il Hi l.i" fllli lecture In iniiriit" Vt . il i" I nil "(ill I II ltd V VI VI I III i lltll I ei lure I'll V II . VI lil mi -1,111 in ii annuel mm v ' l ic !y,ING PL THEATRE IIIIIIIIKI IN Illl -I M AJ EST I C ?!.'. 'I'n'Vt.s HANKY NlM Mi. i 1 , pankv I IgAI ETYV,:,',' 'v "' III 1. 11 n, af!