LAY BEHIND MURDER
JoM'pli l.ii Snllc Tolls Altoiit
Tidiililc nt Polls With
.In mi1; .Minotl.
riKKI) AT I'lHST. II K SAYS
llvlileiue una hrnuKlit out .it the trial
of Antonio l.ii Salle for minder In the
fllt ilcctec liefote .Indue Craln In lien
ci.il .Silon. .v etdcrdny to mIiiiw that
the lulling of .lames Mlnnlt at Oliver and
MadifOli utieet l.ul New Veal'c IllKlil
crew out of the political controvercy
that ha hern roIiir on In the Second
. .einbt) district for mole than tvvo
j ea i .
Th l. evidence wan Riven hy Jom-pli l..i
Saile, ,i litoiher of Antonio, who nlo l
tinder inil'.itnienl for the Mliiott kilting,
Tnelr oiin-el, Itohett II. Klder. dp
nianded i'iir.iU trl.il and then ned
Joepli .if a vvitncHS for IiIh In other.
Wiien otirt adjoiltned l.it nlKhl he
raid lie had not decided whether he
would call Antonio to the Maud.
I 'mm .lo-eidt l.a Salle Mr. Klder
1i ouuht on' that afte" Mlnott had bccir
ill r ( i H hol he ran .iw.iv while hi
brother Antonio lay on the .sidewalk with
a liullrl In III. hip. He went to llrook
lyii and later to Tio. when' he stii.ve.1
three week. Then he c.iine hack and
wa ,iiretiil In llmoklyn at - o'clock
In tin' inornliiK after liiivliiit 'cuiferii'd
wi'h lust iounel. Mr. Klder, the night
Whin piee( lo tell the tendon why
he wen1 away after the liootlni; the
"I mil ami) Uhmiim- I feared the
poht Ida im who might frame nu up."
Ain.e.l in explain that remark, he said
hr tlHinithi It iolble to net "phony
w iiicte to vveal .iK.itnt me at a
tlinl." allli "liKh he fell he wuh then In '
a , oin i of Jiiitlie. 1
M- Kltlci tiet linked Joseph about
h - dTfcreiicc with Mlnott The wit-
m - vild ttii'j dated back to about the
t nu the llmne Itule Club w.i oisanled
bv .M ' ha el A. Itofranu and othels In,
oiMioyitlon lo ilie liiwtitowu Tainiiiaiiy
'lull, of which Thom.iH Kolo) Is the
"li wan aioiind elietlon time," the
itne coiitiiiiiul. "that Mlnott ioke
to me ah., ui 1'umlHK over to hl lde i
the Mllt'llel-M. (.'.ill elect. ill. I Ullh llp-
iotil to belontr to the Ilonii' Hub ('Inb.
Mmoti beloiiRed lo the Downtown Tam
n..m flub. .Ilm Mlnott v.t trylin: to
fd all the .nciiibct. awav from the
Hoine ;ule flub, tiueiio." ibeni to leave
thai lilb to Join Kole' .dub.
on elect Inn da.v .Ilm Minotl v,i 1
rriadi bipecloi' bj l-'o'ey and evety vltl- i
en who walked Into the pollini: place
to v-te was I liieateiied by Mlnott. So
every .'Itizin who waf koiiik in and
V I i foi Mhchel Ihl" Jim Mlnott wim
thieatenint,' litem to vote lor Mci'all. So '
I told thei" I'ltizpiic 'Ho and vote for
who oii ii . .-. I iii't til I in I what ail.v
bodv telN villi' I even told the police
maii to tell MIiioii to cut tlu out. Hut
the polii'cmni wouldn't pay ai y atten
tion, beintt that the Influence wan on t tic
olh' r -ide."
U iileber nl I'oll". ,
l,.i Salle ald lie wan a w itcher at
th poll)-, li. iv Iiik been named thr jukIi
hie chili. He Jiad fieiuent ipi.irieN
ver tin- action of Mil ott. he t-woic, be-
raue the latter had a way of openlni; I
tii" ballot envelope" and learnlnu' the I
a In which vole had been cast. At
tha lat electb II he had more trouble.
On this (h-im"oii. when Whitman ran
aRalunt iSlvnu, hi" own ballot, he xnore.
w,i looked over b Mlnott, who, upon
Ic'imiiik he had voted for Whitman.
k t on II',' ballot.
All of Ibis teiit.m nj wa" before the
) before the fact about the -lloOl-,r
vile biotinht out. Ii Salle, who I"
30 l'ir j "Id and n.i." a wife and child,
rwoie that oil the iitcht of Hi" killlut.'
he w.i" .ii a i ,ftee houe at Tni-., .lain'-.
treel wh'll Mlnott iMlne in and flashed
h!ni o'toh" Hie face with a ra. r. lie
went inline and lii.t hi" brother, to
whoin In tulii tlie "tot. and toirct'iei
tne. ,i. liked lip .Malison "tleel in .-'.I ' ll
Of I ll Ill)
Ni.n ohvr stieet, aicoiilius lo tne
wit -cm, he i-aw Minotl. who )ecisny.id
him at the H.nie inr-t.ilit. Mn ott. m
the wltm" te"tlllul. drew bin tevolver
,.'d opened llli. Then .loi-eph upeiiid
nie and emptied his revolver at Mlnott,
who, he .".lid, had advanced on him and
Ii.h liiother After many hhoto hadbn
exihaiued Joseph ran away.
Tin ought ul hU otory Jo.-ph l.a Salle
nial..l Hind that he had been "hot at
ill tt and did not teturn the Hie until
loiced to defend himself. He .'l!d .le
did llol ree Antonio lire a "hot, hilt "llice
then he has learned thai he Hied four
times at Afinott.
I'i :!i. c nire of his testimony I.a
Pnlle "id alni'ist everybody In the
I'mnili ward wneie he llvs itrrlex
iiMilver and he I limit: lit lie nail a
rl- lit to do mi
,Tli.- trial wll be .nbtinued to.ilav.
FITZ'S WEDDING FEAST EARLY.
I,lrene tt urea u llelii) Pnulllst's
MiirrliiKr to I'oiirlli Wlfr.
Illforis by llo'u Pltzsinunons to get
li.ense to wid for the fouith time
estcrda took him to the ulfp'r of
County Clerk Schneider for a crrtltled
copy of thu decree of divorce Brimtcd
bv Justice (5lblersk'eve in m!M to his
wife. Mrs. Laura Jones Pilzhiinmons,
whom he married in ls5 In Sidney,
Australia. PlUsinunons made the ap-
pll'-allon for the copy of the decree eo
late that it couldn't he furnished yes-1
terdav and fm that iciihoii he was U'i-
nh, obtain his license, lo marry Mrs.,
Teino Slmonin. hall, to be a Herman,
(ountess and th" divorced wife, of a'
Portland, (lie. man.
Ho wax somewhat disturbed al llr"!,.
hti1 alter teli plioiilng to his would-be
bride In llrooklvn 1m announced 111 it
t'n- lnarri.mc would be postponed until i
t'i-da. lint Hull as the wedding supper
'i.itl neen ordered It would ppibab! bo
n es"arv for Hie iiicmbets of the brid'il
Jia tv to eonslline It last night,
I'ltzsini'iions's third vvlfe, Mrs. .lu'la
M.n Dill, ml Pitsimmons, whom ho
mar I In ino'l. after the death of his
hi . tal wife. Host Julian, divorced litin
in Chi. ago in December on the Broil ill
01 ' . 11' llv I
Pnii-iiii'ii'ins said yesterdav that as
three children were all opposed to hi'
inairi.ige. bill that he intended to Wtd
SUMMONSES IN DAVIS CASE.
31 it ii re llelim enl Out In (In
Will I ollli'"!.
llli" altellioou III
will ol the l.ile
will, Ii Mix. I lav U
7T)oni-e- Will- laslleil
tlt I'Ol.teH Of Hie
T.".-.'ilou .M DaviK
Jlil lllitlllli'il Tlie "IIII1III0IIM h a'e
fin); i" sii Inns part of Hie world .mil
liiit .iililriKe'til lo all vMio .in in .in,
way Inltuf "till In the im ii, Ihe e.ine
If el down for lt Hi i inainii; on
,M it IHVIB llr-e'F Ilia1 ll. r llll-ltllitl
r; ( nl lo al-e the l,itHt -t n i.,
fm lor Imui fiou.oiio to tl.uiiii.iiiiri in
lieu of all lier iliihlo Hint' i ll;g lvlll
ind In ltu of dower.
OSBORNE GETS AN ALIBI IN
Caiillnnvil from l-'lrst I'ngr,
fiiee of them nil unit then announced
ll.itly that O. Oidiorne vviin not hihoiik
litem, Then Jiitni'M V. Oidioriip wit
picked out for him. Il- vvim naked If Die
lawyer una the iii.m who entile to the
Kcii'lnctiiii iincl he nald lie wim not.
Oliver Osborne, wan imicli different, lie
Not Hiillrely nrr llioot It.
Miss Smith's ecu roboratloti wax not
ipilte so stroiiR. She said sho saw and
remembered O. Osborne and hi wife
ami she thought she ould Identify him,
bill was not quite stile. She was asked
lo Inspei t tin; same croup of men ; she
said that O. Osborne was not one of
them. Then Janus W. vva pointed out
to her and she said that while she mlKht
not know O. 0bortie If she saw him
afealu "he was po-lllve thai James W.
was not he.
I'lilted Slates Attorney Marshall Is
still on the trail or (.diver Osborne, who
visited James W. Osborne's olllce last
l-'rlday. As told In Tilt: HCS on Tiles-
! day, he has been traced lo a luuife In
Htonklvu. where he had lived until a
few days hko, but it Is nut known
whether the IVderal authorities have
I come any closer to him.
I .Mr. Marshall has established ah"o
I lulely to his own satisfaction that there
I Is such a man. It I 'came known yes
terday that since .Miss Knlser nimle her
story public three more women have
visneii .vtr. .viarsnairs omce anil nnrrateii
theh experiences with a man who used
the name of Oliver 0borin and whose I
description fits the missing Oliver
The names of all three ate withheld. '
hut It is known that at least one of them
had letters which Oliver eiit to her and i
which have pioved upon comparison that
they weie written by Mis Kaiser's
friend. The handwrltlni; Is the same as
that of the statement written hy Oliver
for James W Osborne; Is similar to
Ml"s Kaiser's letters and Is Judttrd lo be
the same as that on the rritlsli'l' of the
I rialnlleld hotel.
I In addition to these witnesses Mr.
Marshall has many othets who will tes
tify to various phases of the criminal
a-e against llae Tanzer, but he thomiht
It best not to produce them at Commls-
sionrr Houghton's hearing.
Mono; I'lissime nt llrnrlnu.
1 The hearing wax ended vestcrday
after stormy passages between Mr. Mai
, shall and his assistant, linger H. Wood,
on the one, side and Pavid Sladc, counsel
for llae Tanzer. .Uterwthe girl was held
i for the Oratid Jury Mr. Maishall let It
be known that the case will not be pre
sented to the Oraml Jury until next
Monday at the earliest.
The most liatiil row between Mr.
Wood and Ml Slade started when Mr.
' Slade was asking thai the ball be low
ered. Slade made the statement that
the fluted States Attoine.v
Mice wns I
being used III the lnteret of James W.
U"borni to ,erecute his client.
"If you say that out in the ctinldor,
I'll " shouted Mr. Wood, "baking his
list under Mr. Slade's nose, t'omml
sioner Houghton' gavel stopped him
'Then Commissioner Houghton tinned to
"If I had the power to punish you for
your leinaiks I would do so severely,
he said. "A law.ver of your standing
ought to know better than lo make such
statements as nu have made about the
ir.mil Jury and the I'nlted States At
torncj'x ollloc. I would punish ou If I
"I'll say what I think aliut tin case."
retorted Mr. Slade, "either In public or
l'ull.v as inanv people hive nothing to
do on Wednesday moming" as on Tues
dav afternoons. It would appear from
the size of the crowd that gathered to
hear the testimony Commissioner
Houghton's otlke was again too small
and a court room was obtained. Mlsa
Tanrer and her two older sisters, Hose
and Dora, appeared early, uttlred In the
same blue serge suits they wore on tho
lain, " W i iborne wa a little late
and an a result a number of deputy
marshals had a hard time squeezing
him through the crowd A K-at 'vas
Poind for him beside the Tancr sisters.
Subsequent pressure shoved : nil close to
liora, but he appeared not to note his
neighbor's Identll.v When Mi Slade
was summing up l'ora and Hose wept
and Itose tainted when f ommlssloner
llougntoii announced his decision.
l'ot (tiller lneclnr Tratlflra,
Tim llr"i witness of the ilu was
post intiie In.-pistoi William J. Swain.
lie ild lie was in th uri roo-1 on
Tue"ilav afteinooii and that In- saw a
"tall gentleman'' accompany the . er
S.itTord. into the room, escort him Into
a coiner, nudge him and then point to
where .lame W Osborne was silting.
"They then whispered," said the wit
ness "The tall man did this several
limes with Safford " Swnln said he
TOM TAGGART SIGNED ;
BOND FOR ROBERTS
Iliad if Oiiwfonl I'liii'iuuik.
Itrcwcrv Also Aids Tcitp
IspivNAlot.ts, March One relation
between Thomas Taggarl. I leiiiocratlc
j national couiniitteenun, and Iionn M.
, ltoherth was bioiighi out In pederal
Court to-day when bond was provided
, lor the release of Hoberts, who was
arrested eslcrday for tampering with
John I Ilfggs, prffldeni of the Com
mercial instilling Company and a Urge
stockholder In the Trrrc Haute llrew-
Irg Company, along wl.h Crawford
Palrbanks, signed the litest bond.
Taggart Indemnified the National
Surety Compdtiy of New York against
os" in case of the ills ippearatue of
ltobeils following his arret:! III Decem
ber for nllcgisl pattlclp.itioii In the poll
fraud conspiracy. This bond was In
the sum of f IP.nOn and was provided
.if er Huberts had been In Jail two days,
The bond to-day was for 5,iiuu, It
having hi en set by Judge A. II. Ander
son when he ordered Huberts Into the
cilstod of the marshal. This Is the
boinl that Mr tleggs Is back of, It wart
Matnl in cnuit by l. C Hrcillllg, local
' ma.iager of the National Slitety Com-
pan There was tfsMiunii to-day te
g.ndlng the llxlng of wlliicssis,
i AGREE ON MOBILE LINE PLAN.
Vleinlier of lloiiilliohlern Com
lolltee ArrniiKe for IteorKUiilinllon
The committee repi ewntiliK tlio lioinl
liolilel'N of the New (irleaiiH, .Mohlle and
i'IiIi'.imo It.illro.ol ('oiup.iny, actlnit nu
iler the iiKieetnent of Juiii! II, litis, an
li'ililieed yenterilti) that it haH atiprovetl
a plan fot the reorKunlzatlon of the
I'oiupaii) A copy ol tho plan dated
Mari'll 21, l!il.1, han lieen llleil with the
I'nlted Statea MortK'iK" and Trust (.'oin.
Holders of certllli'.iti'K of depimlt In -
Hiietl miller the aKreeiuent will he deemed
lo have aenteii tinit-KH within thien
' ivceltH from loolay they "hall withdraw
fioiu the aiiieenient hy MinenderlliK
Ihell iilllie.ileii lloliliTh of honds who
hive pot iepo"lted tliem with Ilm roni
inlltei may hmvuni; parilea to th nsrre
nient hy depoKltliiK their lioiida In nrxo
i Hahlc form on 01 before April 3V, ISIS,
PUIefulJ, Nw ittr
I 7 1914
Room No. S
Above is James W. Osbomcs
signatures "O. Osborne and
register of the Hotel Kensington, Plainfield, N. J.
didn't know the tall man but routd
rccuimlze htm He xtihaciiucntly Idetitl
lied hliu us Alfied .Mcl'ullouuh. n private
detective employed hy tin' Slades.
McfulIoUKh who tlp next witness
He said lie went out to I'lallillflil thri"
weeks iiko and saw Mr. Kitchen, who
has sworn that James W oborno was
inn the man who went to hl hotel with,
"I "bowed Kitchen a photograph of
Mr. Osborne." said M.-fullough. "!!
Iileittllled It uf u picture of the man who
visited his hotel on October I'i and
registered as O. Osborne and Mr. Os
Imrnc. l-iter on I saw Kitchen and he
would not talk to tne :iV.out the case,
ecept to say that he had put the mat
ter Into the bands of Ids lawyer"
I'ost Olllce Inspector Mavhew then
corrooornieu .-"wain s story t i. t .ill" in-
niugii nan jkiiihcu out james vv . usi.orne
to WlttuTs .safford. I
Lawyer Slade in suminltig up reviewed
the case and argued that It had not hi-u
proved that any crime had been com
mitted by ltae Tanzer.
"This girl wa arrested on the charge
of Jatnes W Osborne, the dtfend.mt In
the civil suit." he said, "ami 1 dnfy the
I'mleil State Attornev or anv one els-
to produce this tnvthlcal Oliver tisl"nie.
who the say Is gulltv of the acts wv
charge aga.net James W Osborne.
Derelict In Dill). Mr n".
"This court should have made them
produce Oliver i.uliorne befon this Utile
girl was locked tip on Oliver oborne's
story. The 1'nlted States Attorney'
oltlie was derelict in Its duty.
"Jaine W. OsboiiK Is sulti, lentli ex
perienced In criminal law not to have
let Oliver Osborne get un.i from him. If
there was such a man.
"How did tne (iovertdiient leatn of
Miss Helen Kaiser If James W. ijsboine
did not know of lur' Thev got a li.-ti-tlous
tirand Jury Impanelled and forced
my brother to dellvir Miss Kalsr's
"What do you mean by fictitious
(Irand Jury "" demanded ronmilK"loiii r
llotightoi . "Do ou nvan tin District
"I do not mean is In the sense ou
took It." said Slade. "1 do not mean a
fake rtratid Jury.
"In the defence of th" sev of ray
mother and sister I stand here In the
defence of this llttli girl. I stand hero
with the knowledge and satisfaction that
1 have done mv full dut.
"Hut the fulled State Attorney's of
fice should never have taken Mr. Os
borne's word In a matter like this. They
should have iiivestl,tti d Ids Mtor.v be- I
fore arresting this Utile girl
"When ou realize that a nephew of'
Mr. Osborne I an assistant lu the olllce ,
of the I'nlted Sla'es Attornev , 1 tell yon j
It look bad to till- coinmunlt.v Th'' i
ntlte t'nl'ed Statrs is following this
"This little rl "hould v allowed to j
go out In the fresh all- and the sunshine, i
where Hit birds are singing, and not be, i
lo.led up In a cell." 1
Hoar mill Horn In TrnraJ
Mr. sjiadr then denounced the testl
nion) of Kitchen, and contrasted his
story with that of the four witnesses
who said they had si en James W. Os-
OFFERS WAY TO END
FULL CREW FIGHT
Miiiuril.v l.t'iiiltM" Mn rti ii Pro
ptiM's Sulistitntp for Hills
Tnr.sToN, N. J-, March 15, A com-1
piomise on the full day ciew law re-1
pealer vvh suggested to. day hy .Minority I
Leader Martin of Hudson, who submit-1
ted h Hubstltute for the pending bllla j
to the House Committee on Railroads. ,
and Canals. The substitute would give'
the railroads u right to appeal to the I
State Public Ptlllty Commission If the
operation of tho existing law proves too t
drastic as applied to u particular situ-1
It Is understood that the Martin sub-(
stltute has the approval of (lov. Plelder,
v ho announced some time ago that he
would not sanction a repeal of the full
The Martin measure would amend the1
present law by Inserting the following
"It sIihII be the duty of th" Hoard of
Public Ptllltles Commissioners or this
State to enforce the ptovlslons of this
art, ami It Usm petition In wilting pie
i senteil to H.ilil lioiinl mill utter a heir
I iik Inn! tnenoii it shall aiie,ir to H.ilil I
hoard lh.it any i.irl or mm Hon of tlilr. j
not Ik unJUBt, iinte.i!.oiiiible or timieccK-
nary In th aiililli'iitloli to anv Iran) or i
train ) rutuii uion tlie line of any rail-
mail In till Mule Hani no.irn lliav,.
liavinit line leK.iril forjlie Hiifell of Ilm I
imlillo ami of tin- iiiilo.veeH operatlnn.
Hut'h trlii or tr.iliiM, iniilie an onler In I
wrltlin; tleslcn.'itliiK the iiiiinlier ol em-'
iloyee reiiilreil to opirate nuvii train
ru tralnn. H.ilil Uurd may require, tho
lutltloner to Klve Hilt'li notlie of hearln
ax s. ilil hoard limy ileein iro.ir anil to
liruduop Mivli wlinmneH iik the Imanl
may ileein neeehary "
SCRATCH ON NOSE MAY KILL.
Iimtllutr I'oolliall Mir I.,
, Several weeliH uro ICdward C Mc
, IhikIi1Iii, ii football Htar at .Stevens In-1
(dilute of TefhnotoB'. Ilohoke.n, i
i Hfralchfil hi now, lie paid no atten
tion In the wound, vvlileh Im ri'K'irde I
M8 only "IlKht. until recently, when blooil
He. In now at the home of Ida brother.
John A. MrUuiKhlln, al 137 llehnont
uveniiii, ,IerFey (.'Ity, nnd ii Ii retrod
he will die.
THE SUN, FRIDAY,
IN $5,000 BAILl
Timt of Arrival
.... , , '
own handwriting. Below are the
"Mrs. O. Osborne, on the
borne In the tmnpuny of llae Tana r.
Hiiilm; the ari.-iiin.oil the defendant dl"
pla.viil no emotion, ewepi that she iu r
MUlsl.v tapped her forehead with her lln
Ker tips, but by this time I;.e,e and liora
Tnni'r ,wei In teats.
Mr. Slaib- "aid that Kitchen s attitude
was t hut of a mail who had been drllbsl
hi toMliuon.v Mr. Made then utin
ibmand that Iho ball be
Mr. Marshall, In nihil eslng the com
missioners, said that the willies. Saf
ford, accord lug to his own slor.v. hud
seen Oliver Osborne onlv onci . et h
pointed out. without hesitation, .lame
W. Osborne as tin man he had eei II v
mouths ago. He referred to the ur lu
uled 'is'ltnoio of Swain and .Mavhew
I that Mr olsirne was iiinied out to
s.ilford befme the forme- hotel clerk
. on n,,. tr.s "taml He qu,..
ti,..;,t ,,hiel, i....it ,i..,i o.i.
tll)111 ,,,, ,, .. f lllo
liearlng had be.n fullllled mid tint a
prima facie ens,, had bfen made nit
against the defi Inlanl
Commissioner Houghton levlcvved 'he
eVllll tlC lie said til ease Was In'.
, tweeii Mr. Oslsirne and W. .1 Kit, hen
ion the mn side and the cleik, Siff.i-.l.
land llae Tnnzei s Ihre lstcr on th.
'other, lie said their was no doubt that
i Itai T.uiZ' r wrote two b"ters nt least
.to Mr osbnrni 'he only tw.. wli'.li
were put In evidence and laid s-i'-ss on
th- fact that Oliver osborue d d not
' wi-tir el isyes on any of hl public ai
pearanci s, w hile James v Osl-irtie's
ej.McM was so poor (hat he has ha 1
, lo wear glasses for years
II" 'hell aiitiouticed fiat a prima facie
case had been made out and held '.he
defendant fo'- the rtrand Jur.v
i Vljulerj In Veil lliiiid.
' III action ne. essit.ited the sign ng "f
a new bond. The in.vsttrlt.il. hon.ls'ii in.
ho dipolt,t Ij.'mfi in cish wits
bonding company on the morning nf
llae Taiuer was arrested, hud n itiii .
the bonding coinpan that he would i it
I again be ri fpoiislble for tin gill's bill
I I, aw ver Slade wa so ponlvi that 1a
; i-oiihl easll git anot Ii.;- bondsman, 't
i ever, that 'he girl was not n niaii bd t i
'Jail, but was petmlttted to wait ' 1
I Isitidstnan lu Coniinlsslorn r 1 1 .i m . t
' olllce. At 4 oclock lu the aft. "i.n
; a bonding company representative n
' pearcil and slgnisl the isiud. Mi Slade.
hinted a: more mystrrv bein,l t ils si'-
1 The lawyer would not permit Mi
J Tanzer to make anv sta'ctm nt and t e
; refiieil to comment In any wav up-.t. i
'statement he had made It th' '-ni'i-tiooin
that 'licit will be "flltife r
I reeding In Washington alT.ctlng t -,
e.ctr " He :ild again that the p-ose
cutlon I the worst n reeiition .v t
j "What do you mean hy that?' b w tj
"Any Implications that mnv l tw
.from thai luav be drawn,' h. 11 .!
tefllsetl to be more definite lb' d' i I
the prosecution to produce 0vr II-
tsirne and said that if an tl u-.
borne" Is biought forward In will in. r
be bletitltieil by anv one as the ic tn
'who took Hie Tanier to the Keii-.iigion
"I haven't shown mv full hand."
said. "There are Important tevlatl"ns
yet to be made "
, CAUL K WILSON.
HiMcns or tmoy's best enoourr.
IIOTKI.M AS' It ItHs'l'AI'HANTH.
On or New York's Select Hotel
40 Went 15th Street
NEAR FIFTH AVENUE
TAl'l. I.. I'lSkl.itlo, I'riinrlrli.r
llroMilnav anil '.'(! Ii
I miller A .siinne
llance" il.'i.lv teveeii'
Shu i lii Hlvle llotim ii lo ii I' M mil u to I
Mr ami Mi" II Utiwn- IHrei'tliiK
Prince George Roicl
1 tfh .Kf ii ui -sin
Pmj. r i'i n In irm fn'nt kiiM
CHEZ MAURICE, I'liui'ii' i'li iVrile
NU'htlv din siiiiiiii) pi an I Ml '.' o' 'in k
MAURICE .mmu'.'m, WALTON
IO-.MI.III A I VIIII.MI.III
Miniature tev u hy llarrv ( .irroll with .n VV in
it li.nilt ii (iirln A'lni Krie Ue Tahlr Now
Ati.n llth St 'I lien
Plini.e in; llivaut
Vernon Castle -v;
Mtttuiilny lntlnie lean .Mr and Mr". I n"tle
ll'llielllltl, HitlllWtiliill 1, lllrllillll.r tea
IleNian rant In rharire of I'lerre A l.tnil-i "
14th Street, near Fourth Avenue
MARCH 26, 1915.
' CHARGE GAGAN GAVE'
"TIP" TO AID CLEARYl;
iMirl'i's Tell of II cut-in'
Aside Mnilc li.v rroseeiitor
io Singer's Lnw.ver.
AHor.SKh UV TKSTJMOXY
Nvu'k, X. Y, March IS. Two XeV.
Yolk newspaper men who icported the
Clcary Irlnl last Deccnibci closed the
prnsecnllon of the chitges agalnsl His-
Irb't Attorney Thomas ilagan lo-nlghl.
They told of an alleged aside between
tlagati ami Prank f otnelt . Cleary's
lawyer at the trial, which Indicated that
Comesky received from lagan damaging
evidence against Ihigrnp Xewiuan, whom
This evldetne, coiisldeied linpoilaut nt
the Hill" as a phase of the Jtitv s rll
mate of the hilling, concerned the char-aclei-
and conduct of young Xewiuan.
ceordlng to the two ieirtes, Donald
11 Clarke nnd John K. Wlnkbr, while
Ihr liny was debatiiiK on the vrdlct
'lag in retiiiirked to Cotin-ky In the Jus
tbe's chambers that he iCimeskyl had
made g I Use of the ev lili llce Hlg.lll
had given lo him ulmt the youths lie
hav bo in llaversliaw.
line of the tenteis, Clarke, sihl
llagan hail evpies-ed slirprl'e that
Clearv should have allowed his daughter
to go with "ii. -h i voiith as Xewmau and
that In- asked ihl- leiioiter. "Well, v oil
lis are not so bitter igalnsl Hill fleary
now th it .votl have hi'Hld all the evi
dent i. are von""
loui' reporieis in all wi ri -.Mid by
Special I'losi.UlO' l.lovil I' Snyker.
Piatik Moss, f,n tiag.iii. and Judge A.
II P. Sig.ll wei.t at each one of them
hull), and espe.'i ill) In legard to the
aside, one had said hi thought liagaii
was lax In proei nllng Cleat, according
to Xi'W York standards as si I b.v tjov.
Whitman, ohd, he ii'libd. bv Mr. Mo-s
The testimony of the leporters aroused
the liagan defem alino-t a much n.s
the e.nllei is.,.ri Ions of Martin A. Prle-
islll, be 1.1 of the HaVe'slraW Wilt' i Sup-
pl.v Ciinipan.v , who it be-t.le Cleaiv on
the wa.v to HaveisiiMw i .e o iv of the I
shooting I'rl-oM v i- -ulipo'iiaed to I
testify HI the triil. but never was called
to the stand, though it . ald ho might '
have proved pien edi4ton
Drlscoll testltled to-din 111 it Cle.iry j
said to him "1 have an Important en- '
gagetnetit hi Haverstiaw. Ynti II read
all alsiul it in the papers In the morn- I
Dris.-oll ,lrc.''cd other Inciden's nul 1
iiii'Mi s iti.ns i tin lido to Ha v r- '
tlaw R'h' tended lo h'iw tli it fleirv
w,i" rat.onal iver il he li.iil hi'i I' drihk-i
lug thi- i igl i before is he admitted 1
Pin the w in.-, wait ,1.4 tli ib r th'
Milntiil iiie',e- 0 Uith Mr Moss and
I 'O'll'll Ssl.itti
plait - "
tot in ex. . I
Cte. II " c.
.lib"! 1. 1 .X
ff I'l.'.irr 'ib
f Pa ..
HIPPODROME winter GARDEN i;
.; , . ,,,, . ,, ,, t MAID IN AMERICA
MRS. LESLIE CARTER in !'.;: - u- . . v r, , ( v ,.,r
"THE HEART OF MARYLAND" s: lliL , 4 w (lt , k,.
...r-. wnii...; 44th ST. . " u"J"V,r,J 7, '
TRENTINI ii. un
B"?Tf!;'3 mmSn THEs PEASANT GIRL
iu Vft , im.s'w, ; k.m, 'x ; CRAWFORD
I'HK I I lilt Ml l( loll Its
ni vunncc I"1 'M. n I " iivi.iiiM n.Jii sl.nn
rLAinUUac v n. ntuu . , i,niiii iaimiii ititis.vn
" ni I he Old 1 1 nine HMiHHHMiHBHHIHHHIHV
SINNERS Manhattan: ' "vv.1,,::; K,A
VII New lurk lilKhlnir liieelt V 11 ,'t -
ni ,Ul.,!,,,. BLUE BIRD
THTEHLAW l'1 LAND Mavne Elliott's I , ."irV '
in n nan u vv PHYLLIS N EILSON-TERR (,,r Tai't ' i rs'1, .I
UVu TO-NIGHT'S THE NIGHT CASINO . T V
COMEDY . " I TZru ct TT!TT.
I Me iMrem ( ,tn.irtl V'hi Wen Out J3 I PI 9 1. ,t i. i. w.vlii';i.
The White Feather vqu Ever Kjoyed uninto
l lie " la.-ii Ilii 'ii ew nrk rf Stories in Bed
axsr v , Come and Hear
LYRIC .viVV'-vu' .' , F1 mn
THE ONLY GIRL V , fly ' ,
; " : ' SJ TELLEGEN
!:p:"ilTTLE . rfe .
A PAIR OF SILK STOCKINGS J -f. CHANCES
P.nRT ' STANDARD 'mr !'".' "-v
iiinFRTovEp' MAttGAREr ANGHN ;jr";!: i';;:"r-
U l " i- n vs-'vc.n i w irHu f ,ht. ( ,,, .P,..
I vva l.t i 1 V
M i ni'e
I..' t .
V . V If'
vv ill (.en. VI. ( 'iliilll, ttni ( oilier .ttii o
VVel IVt ,nr II'umv I v.H!".i,
vi v i im I Ki.viiiii'vt ; : 1 1 .
nun I, mill sent
In I tt ll.ll. nut
Mil ., ;.ll Kl.llll,
i!Hll I'Ihmh II 'HI
l'itl. I'rh f
liel.li kei lllril.
WI SI TI I Vtf
Vlalliire lo limt'n
PUNCH I JUDY vV
I lotrli ll.tiiLl.n
M.."t I l.liiue I'lainiiiike in inu ifort.l.
fl IIMPMIAIII.I, I VV
llli'lll' I I. Seal l.tl t) llo s, ,ii- VI
I V S'UI Mills I. Ur A s,p III I el ( lieie '.Ml
IJBAVLLIAUUUU I'lin t; ..n,-, i,hi..h,
Hi .inliliii i nlnreil View" .V Vli, loll I'll! ii rt".
bliNLAY MGHT at 8:30. i.W "i,
'I liirl,t M 'it uv Ann ,1'iilain "llill'l,"
llalll l 10 A M toll :illi VI l'llieO.Vi:.-l.
I V ,
I' II.WS llalll.l I r.illln III I'll'". lil
Marguerite Clark in "Gretna Green"
,M Willi, m 1,11 , IMJd.S,
it. if siimi nu uww mi.i nrrn nt
I tth e
II way at '.'nth St
Hull! vi.'tu f t :i o
lujl Mi ii , wi
Uf SIR DOUGLAS
Hit) A Tt ll .liinn llari interr,
N'lioii lo , An Votl a Vln-iiii
II 'in I VI 'illnn.l (lu Ii A Siilul'li
IvI'SUC.eVAt.H .W Ill.i-lllUll lll"V llVU 0 ll j
town clerk unit ill1lke of notorict
Tie witness was set veil with three
slibpntiiiH for (he trial. He remained
within tall until tin night neforc inn
ast dav. when he said (lagan announced
the other witnesses would be doctors and
I experts, Hearing thai, he told Al Han
cock, wim runs a stage, that let nim
out," and went home Dtlscoll admitted
later, however, I Nit he did leallle the
Importance of hi knowledge, the only
hit of evidence tending directly to prove
picineilltatloii on Cleir.v's part.
"It In Very appircnt, gentlemen," said
the Commissioner regarding Drlscoll's
illsclosuic. "Ili.it the testimony of this
vvlthness would havo been of consider
able value to the ptosccutlon's case."
"There Is no question iibotll that,"
iigiicd Mr. Mos.
So Impoilaiil did both n-ganl it that
the) almost tied Drlscoll In the knot
nnide hy his own atisweis lo Inquiries.
Drlscoll said he thought Clear' "en
gagement was Political lltilll the shoot-
Then he told four person vvitinn
a few hunts olioiil what Chary hdd
said i.i 'lie I itlii. One, a ftlrnd of
Clear.v's. lie enjoined In secrecy, but
It was pioved that he told many other
pilsons helore and after the tllal.
He thought (lasati should have come to
him for the ev Idence,
Drlscoll did mil go to liagan, hn
said, because he did not want lo be
placed b. an embari asslng position
Cios-exainliiallon of I'rulerlck if.
Xewiuan. the slain bo)' father, showed
that Xiwmati knew I'lb- about the
lotnnilalloli of tile petition to the C.ov
eruoi, though he wan the pi'tlttoner.
Prank Alos alleged that peis nal ambl
'Ions win bchltnl Hie attack on (la
gan. Wnison Archer, aspirant to
I'learys Job as Town Clerk, ,iknl Xew
man to sign the petition In the otllie
of .Martin A. Drlscoll. Jr.. who lias had
bopiM of bei inlng District AUornny of
the t'l llll : I v .
Olio Seiiaper revlvid the "gun mys
ler ' again to-da.v b saving thai Pox
told him he hud knocked the gun lit
f Cleary's hand and had given it
to lluttsie Selbold, but he never told
(lagan uboiit 11 "I'll I ell oil," he
said, "a fellow ha to keep his mouth
shut around llavcrstraw."
Th,. hearing was adjourned unt4
Motiilav morning, when (lagan's de.
FIRST BARGE THROUGH CANAL.
The Standard (nl lank tfmlup
I'... imit'iid. in ye"terd iv from San Pran- j
i 1st o bituight b.uge No '.., the tlrt ,
tow tint ha pased ii rough the Panama '
I'i'ial Wiule it Hallsta the Itlchinond's I
skipper, dpt. (i.-orge Hunting, dud of
apople an. I the b.nges skipper, ("apt.
Ptlel. took his plac e
The mate of the barge. Illenchen. who
became her captain, was sweji- fmm the
brlilKe in a storm on the way north ami
teiniKirarily laid up, so the set .nul mate
had command for a while Steam
and barge, each with a full cargo of oil.
w.-ie towed through the canal separatelj.
tletnlt "tlllrlilr on Mrert,
Mi ;,.ie 1'Vlne 'JT cenr obi. of
T', t vin "tiiei, w.is taken to llelb
vue llospttil lis! i 'gl.t ,'haigcd with
attellip'.i"! "IP 'ide. IHihceman saw
her 'swallow som. thing out of a hottl.
at Third avunie a-nl Tenth street. Her
.oi'd'i jti . t,oi seriou
.11111 slitsKV litiitliiti.tr
I hm two 4 iineert of Ihe SeHuii
I hl V ll.'tnt.iill Hi -' .'III I WtSII.II IIVI.I
VI W ZIMBALIST
I'rou ,e i , .If 1 I II. ,iil, s. .,t, ,
.-l. ,1 Ii 'llll SI. ( II l .
V II Kill II im s, i muli). tor
lo iniirrito sjliinl.it ib, ait iiv.
Last Saturday Ev. Concert
. I 1(1 vl
l) t ill iv . "vmiuioin "MM VI OKI It."
Hril.'Kle Hull, e, e". I'.j'ttit M llnvllllle
OSCAR S EAGLE, BARITONE
SUM, lll l II i.
Studio Cluli of New York
l.i-.li I I ll.N I sl'ltl'l
Monday, March 29tlt, 8tl5 P. M.
Itin n s it . no rum .itiniv im, $mi,i
Vim mi sail- at tlie studio i pip
I arnritlr Mall
I u lo in T'i rti
tot.' H im . I
IV NltM ,l
Din e'ltiii i ,
Sal VII , VprJI ( at .i;ni,
Pit i m mi s
A L A C E
II W A I? St
Hal Vt in
I.l. SI, II
III in "on imi a i u-iur,
(ill l I. I.A HI i: Caul
llli'M V A l o A ntlu-r
COLONIAL Gertrude Hoffmann
Han. M 'it- IIKVli: A li llli; Vets
ALHAMBRA !,lr',,lw?r,,A '; IV1"
I li l,it V'h- Nrptiint m (i.iiitcn. oh
IjiTAGRAPH Jiii' S
W llll .1 1 1. 1.1. K V I I," "I. mini;
W llun nt ( iiii inri" A ' iti'0,'il riiini tilt's
Hn' v sinutii) im. mn vin nf itm.
WIVII.IISII i.s-s l.llhaii Lorraine,
lei II I ll ll II 1. 1 L'hn in, (iiiiifnit ,V Kllii',
i liinllus A SiMrlt'i (mo vtnriiiij. Mr ,v
VI lul l, Vli'iiii'iiy ami I iith, HtlH-rit
COLUMBIA y V-Jf, Burlesque t'i.V,
THE HAPPY WIDOWS
IRVING PLACE THEATRE Z";"V:
"ImiiKi I cato UtuO." bat. Ml ."Uirl'ioUcplcll."
WOULDN'T STEP LIVELY
llroiiilwii.v Coji Had Xo Awe of
.Man Who Once Helped
If ii I e Howei y.
Col. Michael C. I'ndden, whom M,ior
MiClcllait once called the best Water
Ileglster tills city ever had, was ar
rested last night for falling to move
along Hroadway ns quickly as most
things go in that well known highway.
Probably young -Mr. Hopp, the police
man who nabbed Col. Padden and his
friend, (ieotge Young llauchlc, u lawyer
of is Park llnvv, hail tin Idea of It, but
he wouldn't have done It In the old days.
In thoe times Col. Padden and all IiIh
friend. If so many uiiild gel Into Hroad
way, could have stood tr.erc Just as long
.is they felt like It.
Kor Ihl Is the way It ts(d to be.
Col. Padden wuh friend to Hlg Tim nnd
lllg Tim was his friend. When the
Sulllvatis telgned .along the llovvcry
Col. Paddeh was commander of tho
Irregular troop there ami In the regions
adjacent thereto. That moult that he
had th" respect which every place, even
the How cry, accords to military genius,
and he enjoyed It. Wherever ho went
he was known ami there wasn't a eop
in the city but touched his cap when
the Colonel stepp.il by. And lie stepped
too He was known In those ilayn as. ilm
best dressed man on the Mow cry.
He and Mr. llauchlc were arrr.xtol In
front of the Motel Clarhlge for refusing,
according to Policeman Hopp, to move
on They were takei. to tho Wvst
Port -seventh sticet station nnd later
REDUCED TAFT. HE SAYS: FINE
mro rrl .Nostrum I'smril
I'renlilrni to I, one Ml 1'onnilt.
A coinpound which he saitl had hcljied
ex-l'resblcnt Taft to rcduci' Ills vvc.ght
was the secret prcpatatlnn which caused
Charlte .Militate, a negro of 1 L'T Wet
1 i.ld stieet. to be sentenced in Special
Sessions yesterday to pay a tine of Ilm)
or nrvc ,'in days In Jail for pract.sing
medl'lne without a laensc.
The remedy, whb h Mahaley tohl Pro.
bation (iffl. er Mullins had taken nwav
elg ity J.ounds from the ex-Presidetil,
We i.illnl the "Vetola Tonic" and aineil
for Mtihab-j' the nick name of Dinger.
Its Ingredient conslFted of an ounce
each of tiie following
Cream of t.irtni. llpsoni salt, hore.
l.ound, ginger, allspice, clows, c.nna
noil, yellow perellom. sl'ppery elm and
bonefet lierh. Thc-e things, together
with a half dozen lemon peel and three
ounce of sassafras bark, were to be
mingled lu three gallons of water.
Afte.- pns, rlbing this nostrum fiv
Mar A Still van, a police tnatrof. in
March 10. a-nl then charging her ll.
Mahnlcy was arrested.
. . rrr. ..
llifeevv iiitk ..eanini: l nriuri ..Ave
FMPIRr I' ""' nnd 4Hh St
Iniii'n. n 'irr trmmtih
I VCFI I M Wet lilh St I've, .it " :o.
rw i wn
"I "lu. MntlaeisTo.miirr
II WAV A
Mntlaei sTo.m.irrnw AWol I IS
THINGS! The Brilliant
IN Fo Munt Bnl1-
vsnt' 'We'll Take Care of
YUKK. I You All.'
ARE A FEW OF THE HITS OF
KLAW & ERLANGER'S
GREAT BIG MUSICAL SUCCESS,
it i nt i.iiti is I'ltoi i ios
'IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE"
l r l.t')illS(, itioi t
BELASCO WS, VaIT-.S'.
"Miss Starr Wonderful" s
IS l Villi .111111. 1
I I'll!' Ti.
' 1 '.'
ELTINGE vi .v .V '"'.vVv '. '
I ii'iilKht " tn. "inure lel tre He. H'"' I
,t ritntHim n urn. Iiul-ir i unit In', m'.ii
1 si ,vt Bt'J1' I . I urinr vinri no n. i
, ..it. ltii,v I emit,, i r 1. i mill l' ut-e,.
Sl lit 'be M IC MkkIi I lule. l'e-tlnn.
llf pel, Sehumunn Seint..n'h. Mtlirrpoii,
' (,.. lit l(e-. .sehlfji 1 ( mill llrrtr
i sun M u. I illlft ri Vie I" ?1 'i lni
(.Im k.Mri:urrleOlier;Hiieriw.ii .v. V.n dr
1 Sell M n, nl" 15 Itiiheine, Vila N-nnmill n
lllt'llt Aliintti Sriri,roU i'i 1 I'ttUiro
Weil, at ' llullerflv. I .trrnr rriii.
' Mutme'li l.'itiilil, H.nU i (mil I'l.l.trii.
I I inir ai"''. Hewn' Irl Him Pil'Ui
I mil- linn .i, Sim' it I ii. I .t i mill rtifiiiimi
I I I'rlitm Mat ,.' I rrlfal. Ivm' sen,.
Itjieli llnitiii VVhlielil I i.oi.i I oinl Hi tt
i irl ,ii otmlile In l.'Or.imlo. Km Ho'1,1,
St olli. Illtlll fm 'iivv i-il li& raulhli 1 1. l'--Ullli
Mlutlll IM'l.il I mill I'ol ii'io
i IIAIIIIVI N I'lAMI t s-1
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
Nr. vl' al-NUAV Mdnl
imii'i i ui pun i s vv i l
II I II I 11 N
i i;s 1 1 it v uri it v not i
Tn mi! 1. 1 ii Iplilurnl.l ' ' Vf
lu i-llillnrl. Ilrillllli lli-ellliiven,
1 iiiurr B Iphkeiilii.
llekel III ll-. lo ', at Hnv Otllie,
I Hill Hill. nitre
Oral.. I llallriaini lintel
I II I V 11 It S I I
r 1 1 i a n
II lilt ONI llN(l.ltl M'I'I IIMI N
SI.H V mis l lll VN
II 1 In e II, V. I III VI
,liil nu KSXIH IIV
, Al (II.HS IIAI.U I (I. Ml. II I VI h,U,
VUJI.IIN ' AOIS
IllkeU 50 its, to 'J, ai Um OIlKc,
You can't hold 'cm back'
The sales of our youths'
suits keep going up and up'
Bigger preparations for this
Spring than ever before
More styles more patterns.
Same goes for boys!
Never in better shane that
right now to care for their
Easter holiday outfitting.
uooa ciotnes, reasonably
These smart and
proofed) come in boys' and
youths' sizes as well as men's
for Palm Sunday.
Easter neckwear more
.difficult to advertise than to
sell, if the dealer has the ski!'
to pick styles that sell them
selves. Browsing among our
j latest collection of ties maj
jlead you into extravagance
j So have a care. We say it to
our own advantage.
We're featuring union
suits for men of all butMs.
Rogers Peet Company
at lath St. "Thr
llr a Ju i,
ul .Mid M
al 4lil v
AMI I.MI M
ttt . : v
.o iiesii.iKs wiui i.ie i v -im i iiieitMni
NEW AMSTERDAM V.'' 1
WATCH YOUR STEP
Mr. A Mr. rrntm nll Irani. Iinnn
spre'l I.H-ler Vim Vlitn V ,i
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