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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1915.
SHIP OWNERS CAN'T OBEY SEAMEN'S LAW T'nnlilo in Install Appiinilus by .Inly 1. its Ht'iiuircd Musi Tie l'p Vessels. i ACT ORmKliV DRAWN- IT Wabiiinhtii.v, Miiroi 2.. A coin tnlttee representlnc tli American Steamship Ascoclatlon Informed Asslet iml Secielnry Sweet of the Department of Commerce to-da.v Unit It would be lmpn.ss.b!o for American vessel owners to comply wllli portion 1 1 of the law which requires revolutionary changes In the m.itter of llfcbiial.s, r.iftn and other safety equipment on or before July I, litl.1. The committee tol.l .Mr Sweet that If strict compliance wllh section 11 of tlie l.i w If enforced many vessels will have to lie tlcil up on July 1, thus entail Ins enormous loss on ocean and lake traffic. The ecatnen's law appears lo he one of the most crudely drawn ever put through Congress. In one place It Is provided ttrat the law shall become op erative In the case of American vcs. eln elpht mouths after It passage, or on November I next, nnd In tho e.is of forelpn vessels twelve months after I passage, or March 4. 1P16. Section II specifies that Its provisions should become effective July 1 next and Sollcltor-c.eneral Thurm.in of the Uepartment holds that on that date the requirements as to safety apparatus shall become operative. The act Is Inconsistent In other re spects mid those charged with the duty of enfor. Ing It are very much worried over the situation. It Is the opinion of the authorities that If the law Is en forr.d ns written It will not only cause great loss to American leamhip com panies, but possibly Involve the I'nlted mates in ilinicuie With f.l Powers -" I Drastic pulsions for the equipment of foreign and Amerl,-.... v.-ssels w Ith , safety apparatus ate wrl'toti In the law. Steamship men d,lnre that it would 1, michatii.Klh lnipo.lbr for anv onner to conipl.v fully with thee regulations ny inly 1. Ofllcisls of Hi- Department confess that drawing up ieuiHnon under the seami-i's a. t I- the baldest Job thev ever ac K e.i. an.i t.Mms -ip nun le,-.,. that i mUCII ol III, trouble thilh tAV miMtm. i,r-,l .,i,i i. ... . """- ...... l.i i. .... i . . , .- X :" ''" ,'e'ieu ii ion. Kress Had sPrn tit to se.'k the advice of " -'-ri .'i, ice 01 the Denartuient olll.-iiils vx 111, .-xp-rlence . and te.lm cal knowledge As rP.Ut Attorn. v.ileniral Ur.goi.v has l,,-.n , askiil n 'lit. ipret the law ,,s whole. .xmoiig steamship nnii who conferred c-i,-i,ihi i-"-i i t,irv SU'HOt vi'ero ' iioM-rirn c inseiii- ami .Juno, Lrvl.iinl of thr MM n.iniinion StMmshlp Vom- '- .1 I ' ! (ill Mill Oardner New Cnrland Navigation i-nni. ,,. i.ih- Li ((tt .. 7'V . .'7 '""'me Miumern Pacific lie S,ittthrn Prtltl.. lines .1 K. Tnrnbiill mil. New York and W. It Hrlltaln. sec- ! Porto lllcn Line letHi-.v of Ibe Atueii, an S iiiiushiii v.... 1 i-.,.. .. ' l -nd l': Jliviiirn . JrUK Al'POIJ.TIVE JUDGES. If. x.loinilj l.n,v.-rs Vssoclriildn ' ,, . iMiMiir. nrporl.. I A recommendation that all .liidges ! of the Supreme Court and of the Court i of Appeal be appointed bv the (ov- I ernMr Instead uf cle.-.icd. i inade In the ! report bv the s ial ommittce on the , constittttiun.il conventional of the rW Toik Couiitj Lawveis Association to its members The icport, w hkli his not I .vet been acled on by the ass.cia'lm points nut Hint Hi., appointive m-thoi I of select. ng .Midges pievalled In this rtate prior to ft ril now prevails i In Massachusetts. Connecticut, New Jer- 1 r Stat.- while ' l-Yd'cnl ilwavs I,, en ntMiolnl. il bv 1 sey anil other .fudges have alw the President with th Senate consent of the The coinimtti'e refers ,i a tendency. cj.peei.illv in New V.ik clu. to sdect judlc iil i-.mil'daics from the standpoint of political f.xpeillf.nc.v . and sas that while In on a few cases have "aliso. llltelv linflf .IiiiIkhs l,.-, n olecteil, It has fre-inenth liatiperied thai .luilges ot "medlocle CUi,lll,'lll ' have been se lected The r.mimitlr" beVeves thixt the tenure of Judges should be for llf or during goo, heiiavinr, provide,) that thei be letired ai the age of Ta and on half pav If the have s,i, ,.n veals i The committee alt-,, Miggi-sts that the I iiK-thoil of removing Judges bv Impeach ment be simplified, mid savs lint the present .mlfei i Iv rnev ' of the impeach ment nrmisions of the i'on-.tltul Ion has been freipienth rrfcrrft lo In siippnp, of "the In rep, al i-, rl rr of the recall Mf Jildc- LONG TERMS' FOR GANG MEN. Two On"n 11 mill ii I'tilliturr Sfj. tritrrrl fnr I'hIkj llo lr Murilrr, enne ItMil'T. vnt u prirs m fur tone ft)P)A SMOrn MttPllttil .).sjtlt'H Me- rd, huI .Ijimi .t" M t.llt rtiMit f tn tr 'H with .t vn . i of niHii-! i uclitrr In tho iiii1 ilifcirtp, n hi 'h '-arnori with It a t-rntt unr nf nor tnorj tlMi) ttfirrii htmI not I.m th.iti OiirtfiT. "r- W iird. w 111 hUo nt DM'If'r 'i-1 'i.i'iir nf Itnli'r, pU'i'lri cntlt.N, hi( lr fpiilf i . r sVtifs frjti firitfru t'i twrnl w.itk MhiMpk h'tn-f.!' I. In prlfon "ii i I'lMruf of nmnlci ,unl uiil to trior ,tt Ihr April letni of court. Th" v tint if M' A 1 1 J If .uirJ Waul was Pntf linjh. whft was fhot lo ilcutli hi a f-rtloou at I"fjrt -tlrst strcot and Tenth AMNESIA VICTDI IDENTIFIED, .Xlcinor.v Iteliirns to It, C. 'Iiitviie VVhi'li He Sees t nele. The nung mi'i tal.cn fioni I'. ilk Hon to th, Vnliiiitt-ei ll'.siiilal eailv- on the moriiiiig of Mar' Ii I'' eufler.ns from ainnesia v.is identified vi-steiilav morn- iif a.- fi.ilph C. Tonne, living with his widowed mnthivr nl Malthv street. Ni 'v II.imii Tho idi-iitill,' iio,i was madi ' M I'li.itl' e. s,., i,t,u n( Miei niai, Sons I'onipinv. ilealeis in li Ii g,ii,l Ahu is an ini'-le of Tuvvne. Ttiivj, 'ih. i ,.i,l In en nnaliie to r, -mi 'nt, lis name or im tiling .ib'iiit Inni-ilf i' I-,,,, recoci'ln , Ids unee. A Kw kinds ,,l immioiv of ii-ent f.eiih a', 'i l-.i'-l- to him. hill the phy sical.- -ad it proli.ild.v would he m-v eral dJ straignt I..I,, i. h, would hi able lo out Hie whole lor. TlFf'.T'TVTT) Ffll? PBTNf!7SSF. FIINn Jl,iMVr.lJ l-WUIUNiUSt fUrtU Uhlpnielll U III III- Vlnile li 't'on i ii I n.. 'I o.iuori-o iv , l,n A Im r I ( ll mllPli H lri th I I unil vva rei ,v.l i li Irom M s II bv '1 III Si Pian, '''.'I '.ii Ms el. -pr null. Id, Ohio This 2 fl t i: ther ,i'i all olliers n eelv',1 sin, t ic i,l eh pun ill to Paris, vvbl pi lo-innrrcw- nu i Tmii.ilne, ( MITCHEL'S REFUSE BILL VETOED BY. THE GOVERNOR Whitman Calls Measure Blind and Assails City's Grow ing Debt Mayor Sees Loss of $1,400,000 in Revenue. Ai.ba.st, .Match 21 Mayor Mltchel'B pet bill authorizing the New Vork Stieet Cleaning Commissioner to make a fifteen year contract with a private concern for the disposition of refuse was vetoed to day by (5ov. Whitman. The New York city administration made a hard light for the measure and succeeded In getting It through the As sembly and Senate. "The meaning of the provisions of this bill Is hopelessly obscure," says the Gov ernor In his x;ctn memorandum. "If the city administration Is In need of new and necessary powers their enumeration In the bill befon: me Is far from satis factory. They arc neither speeitle nor Is their meaning manifest. It Is stated In the bill that the contract may pro vide either for the payment of a stipu lated sum or a fixed unit urico to the city for the privilege of the llnal dispo sition of refuse. Uncertain nnd Oliernre. "The Important subject of the con tractor's allowance Is contained In . clause In which It Is stated tnal hucii "Howance shall he made out of the KrOCB. reccipia Ul vin- loon, wi . - Mtlnnlated sum for operating expenses us dellned In the contract, or a sum to be arrived at as In said contract pro vided, and for a division of the remain der of such receipts between the city and the contractor In such proportion as mav be agreed upon.' It would be hard to 'evolve a sentence In which uncer tainty and obscurity are more hopelessly Interidended , The following clause further Illus trates what 1 say when 1 denominate the bill Htj a very blind bill, to wit, the clause In which It Is stated that a con irj..i muv nrnvlde for the allowance to the contractor out of the gtoss receipts VUlllMil i . . . ' " .1 .... I .. .a.I of the plant or punts m "" . I - - -,, -in ai fifl tlfMl VXcl. or a sum to be arrived " -vid..l and then "7."' ..... ... .h- -in- -Ither of a - .I, n.ivment to the city either stipulated sum or of a sum to be arrived at a's In said contract provided, and for a division of the remainder of such -e-eelpts between the city and the contrac tor lu such proportion as may be agreed upon This bill dies not appear to confer the city administration powers , ' . ... ...... V..- sio,-tlnn r4 4 Of. not aireativ rairnni - - nni aireaov i-um-, -. ...... vw vork (.'mirier, fwiu- the matter of time for which tft- ' ie matter ot time ior n im iii- o,mn,lssioner may enter Into contracts wn 1)riv,,e partlej.. ..Tlllt change, if desirable, could -.sllv'baxe been made by a slight nmendmrnl to the section. 1 1 Xlonry In Itefiise. "It wis contended at the hearing 1 before me' by representatives of the city I . .. i.mh....iki- li,i.riis. ' .iii.il ll wiiuiii '"!"-"""" , -n.lc.itA mm I'll 1(1 IP Nlini-TI'l UI Kit ' ''''"' ;"''" ,.,..",.,, ,K' 1"v1 ""f"'0 rtl ioA as live y aii,ii.-tkl, Inn years. It was. however, ' . .... t l.. Ikn, tl.a , l' Clearly iirougiu ""i -"J ; i -i v-il,mhle i-iimtoodltv and ih-l the cUy Is toiday capable of de- velopmg a considerable annual revenue, fmm the sale of refuse and garbage. i "In view of the fait that tefuse Is a nierehantabte commodity It seems to me I quentloinilile wnetner, in view oi inr distended budget of the city of New- York and the grievous burden of taxa- tion which rests so heavily upon the I city's property owners, particularly the owners of real estate, the city should dispense with any Income pro- duclpg activity which It may at present comnuiul or carry further the principle of private participation III revenues that I Arp essentially public In character. lh CHf'!,1"'' questionable whether i xhe c" ''hould lend Its credit or Its f"1"1" '" rr,'01lnn "'' equipment "t , rnnwiuij-r m ni, u i.rii.iir uioi-1 v,'lual.. Hrns or corporations comed-i edly will derive a snbstantlal Income at ,1,' elty's legitimate in- "Tlte striking grjwth of the cits(bj the (Kivernor's action." BAZAAR FOR RUSSIA'S ORPHANED BY BATTLE Ainlji.n(lor Riilikmolcff nnii , frs. ViintlcrliiH Aid in I'lanniim-. Coder the patronage of tieorse H ikhmteff. the Itiis.liiu Amlii.ssarloi . Mrs HaUhmalefr and Mrs. W K Van ilerblll a Itussian bar.iiu- lll be !i.-l, Hi the Seent -first lleglmeiii Armor for one w.-nk biglnnlng Apill UV It will be for the benefit of the widows and children of men killed in the ltu- elan iirnii Itussian .lances li: ,f .nurse, p.. a feature of the Vtilertaln - ment This pait nf the pingramme wdl he iin'ler the itirc-tloii of l,ouls it. I'lialif. Several leading dancers tiave voliintret ed their si-rvlees. 111 addtlln-i o iliK. VI Makhm itetf's chef will come ?,, , , - mm Washington to piepare Itussian iiisn.-s. cai.es ami oiuer fiainiies to no sold at the bazaar. i ol Kooseveli liar, sont n letter io Mrs Wiliiuoi Annr Tinnier lnilr.rf.iiiR the entert.-iltunent ' vvlil. li Mm to .e jr V. I) un.ier ner nire.-imn hi iiih i-arh i nenre on April s for tjie Iwietli of the y,ifiv. ette fund. 'The rhlldren'R llevo'u- tlon' a lo he presented for the .conl lime I'ol. Iloos'velt have. There ure not enoiiRh playn for rlnl. droll Willi h teach American lilHIory, Washington's career I? a lesion 111 that Kind of patriotism which translate! ,,rds into (I.'viIh and Lafavette s i-aie -r Is a leijsoii In International morality. Until careers tench devotion to the peace of Jiistlcis and rlchteoiisniss and scorn of the JKiiohln baseness of the pease of dishonor, VnHhiiitoif whole career is poiiitles and no man has a rtBht to pt.iise it save as we accept his view i ii. picpar.uncss for rlKHteous war is tile onfj uiiv to secure rit-lileoiih peace", I'd Hnoevlt savs he luiws to be present al the presentation of the play b Hie i hlldren. annus ielp.fl 1 Contrlhiillons tn the funds were acknowledged y.-slerda n fnllnwH: HelKian Kellef Kiind. 11, .'.U' HI ; total, !"S!".404 til. I'ollimlttee of .Meivj, JCII; lolal. M1H7.M3 71 H.s ours N'atlnn.il l-'iind K'lil.r.fl; total, tr,:i,r.fin.;i2. Ser bian VRtli'ultiiral llilief I,2'X, iot.il, I'.'" -'17 I'', Serbian Hospital Fund, Il'll. total, Jl.silfint. Vitiation War 1 Jtellef I 'onitnlltee, 127J fo". Iota), $7L', -.'',1 17 Now VorK Hranch American He'' ft"". J2.I2.".II. total, t ITI.LT.'. Us Thf, ((rl,Mi Ainerlean War lteef Fund announced thul the llie dansant I a I the llnwer show last week tutted ! $1 n?:. No Hei'clxer for Win, NerUer, Ine. Ii i -l'hani cllor l,ei in the Jersey I'M' ' 'Imiici.ry I'hainUerH M-stcrdny de. tiled the niolion of Charles II, Ixliclioff and olliiu- minor stockholder., nf Win lam N'eclier, the uudertaklliK corpora lion, lo have .t nt-rlvrr appilnled annual budget, which seems to defy all efforts at riductlon or control, and the mounting aggregate of the city's debt certainly Impose,, upon every publl' olllclal who Is called upon to act with reference to this subject matter the duty of a rigorous conservatism." CITY'S LOSS, SAYS MAYOR (lovrrnor Miit llnre Acted Under n Mlaapprrhrnaloii. Mayor Mllchet's eyes flashed when lie learned that (iov. Whitman Ir.id o toed the refuse bill. lie regarded It with especial pride as providing a ni fans not only of saving a great de.il of money to the city but of eventually giving New York what It has never had a scientific, piotlt sharing sys tem of handling all sorts of city waste under which several features that have long been a public nuisance would be eliminated. The bill was drawn In the Corpora tion Counsel's office, checked by the Corporation Counsel, Commissioner Kctherston nnd the Hoard of Ketlmate and easily passed by both branches of the Legislature. The veto was not ex pected, although the relations between the (iovernor and the Mayor are none too cordial The hill's chief opponent was William It. Hearst. The Mayor was asked yesterday If he did not consider the bill one of the most Important of the administration measures, Veto CoMn CH, S 1 ,4OO,0OO, "I certainly did," he replied, "and the veto costs the city $1,400,000 a year. As a measure of economy the bill was particularly Important at a. ' time when a direct State tax Is being! considered. j "I don't understand It The Oovernor l must have acted under a misapprehen sion, although we did our best to ex. pHm ,viMt .. Wf,tf.d. rne ciiy now pas ji,io,nnn every yeir to the contrictors who take Its refuse. I'nder the proposed plan the saving of this amount was assured and the city would have received one-half of the profits. "The !overr-or Is mistaken Ir .saying ttifit k I cnillil IiVm pnna nh, nl tin.la. the Ch.in..r Th n..nt i nmii. 1 two methods of handling the refuse swallowing nmilthfiils ..f four ..vluid. pioblem. I'lrst, the Department of Street adjeotlves, exploded with a crash. Vio- ('leaning may construct a dlsiiosltlon n. ,)n ,,..,.,,, ,n, V, .,.. . ... '. . nun, u can mane a contract Willi pri- onn, . ... .,. na . .... .. ,..,.. i,,,, ,,, ,,..-, ,..' not be for more than live years The latter Is the present method "rider the profKs(Hi law two other methods would have been open. Klrst ... . . . ... on CUV latwl a niani cj-nilil lo rnnlriir .ri. I in I,, nrim.lv nn.r ,i.,i ,r.nr ad ,) ,,lt. ,,,lrng the profits, the cor- tractor iiirmsmng tne equipment, tne city furnishing the buildings. Secord. the contractor would build the nlant on ...... ,,.a - a .. ' ,.u .... i '- mi"" t-i vm " im ilie- i-itv In either case the whole nlinf w ""''l belong to the city at th" end of lli'1'I.'ll , 1 I - Mill tnother Me.ho.1. "When read in connection with exist- ins. iav(. .i, t,ill would ofY,.r i,U mi. ,,t,oi method. In permitting the opera- ! (ion of a private plant on property erf(,rd t.y the city to the contractor, the prollts to he shared In a ratio to be de- fcrmlt.ed by the Hoard of Kstlmate, " don't know- where we are to get any money for garbage disposition now. r regret the loss of fl.t00.000 to the city, aid that's all there Is to say about It. except that there was a great deai f misrepresentation of what we were trying to do." Commissioner Ketherston was equally disturbed. "The veto," he said, "leaves us Just w here we were. Without the power of inaKiiiK onei-ii ,rar coinracis r seems Impossible to mak- any provision for the disposition of waste w hlch w ill profit the city The Major Is right In saying inai e lose ai least u.fnu.uou a JeariPei- and circus tiarnpln-rnaiia w.ie ar- FOUR DRY BILLS BURIED BY STATE ASSEMBLY TIuto Minor Liquor Mriisurf1 Ail vim rod Wlion Stntcwido I'lim Is RrconiniiHod. AtHAVT March -' 1'our prohibition bills were recommitted to-day to the excise committee bv the Assemble They were the Howard bill permitting the formation of anti-saloon terri- ,rrs , r, p , v , , , , ., ' . '' hl11 Pi"vldlng for a referendum on the question of staiowlde prohibi- tlon, the Wheeler hill making more firlngr nl the laws regarding the ship ment if IfMiK.r tin, I )l,n 1V,l,n i.le., Mil ,,,,,,i,r. ,w.. iin.ir.e i. i.i i.-.! . , ,. ,.. i.-,-,,i,e uu,,, 'i i ,--.-,, ill 1 .is I hi- I Ilinl Ktands. j Thr'e liipior bllln were ndvatn'ed to till- itril.r ttf Mnr.l nun,',.. ntm i.rrt. i,hltlnK deputy exelfe ronimlsslonern. efierllfi-, depntv ulieriffn. under i.ierlfT.s nnrI ,. offleerH lo be Intereeted 111 the in.inufHi'tiire or toile of liquor, .mother. (w.re:il-lnK from ;'H0 to ion yards the , djslntiee from eonnty, town, hkHoiiI. I m,j r,r hortleiiltur.il fairs viithln ' which Honor m..v he sold. ..ml Ihr ihlr.l. permitting the pet officer or ronrtiihle t,f a town to forbid the sale or el vine away nf llrpior lo i-erlaln persons by a tmtlci 111 wrltltiK, Vssemhlymaii lleber II. Wheeler of Ontario protested airalnst the action of ' the Assemhl), - . . .. ... . i "DEATH AVE." SOLUTION NEAR. , ,-U romiolsaloni-r Sinllh Sr4s IIIH Would 1 1 .-1 n. It, vinivii vi. ...l, v. . ....-ii...... i luailnn on Ibe bill to cmnp.l immediate ,,, I, ... I,.. v-..,.' x'..ri, , it road to '.-Iliiilnute Its ImicUh from Kiev enih avenue In New Vork cltv before th Senate I'oiiuhlltec on Filbllc Set vice ( 'or- poratlons to-day lck CMinmlssioner I: A. i" Hmlth disserlhed neKotlallona for a niliilloii of Uu; problem which havi been lu progress for a year and which are about to be concluded, lie op posed the bill on the ground thai it w-' uld only mean additional delay 'The oilglnal cnnitnlttie on this sub ject, of which Mayor Mltchel wan ihalr man, and the rallroid company leached an aurpenient on all Ihr principal points," stlil .Mr, Hmltli. "The matter 1 was referied liHck In the committee for 1 consideration on various details, and i repi esenlallves of the city and of Hie lallroad company have Klven much I lino to these matters iluriHK llie past year and Ihey me rapidly reacbliiK a con clunl'iu "Tile new bill would require the entire proie.dlnKs to be loiiimenii d .mew, and nt best, would re.sutt In further delay." 5 GUARANTEED FIRST MORTGAGE CERTIFICATES $100 and up LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. RICHARD M. HURD, Pmld.nt Capital Surplus, $9,000,000 .', Liberty -St., N Y 1st ManUiturSt IIUn. STORK AT MRS. CAMEL'S AS CIRCUS GETS HERE llusli n( M nili so n Square (iiir den for lH-r Oppniny: on April 1. The question Hint every kiddy in New York and many grownups, for that matter has been asking for weeks, "When Is the circus coming to town?" was answered at midnight last night In Madison Square, Harden With their lines and their taggers, their ephelunts, their be-yew-tec-ful ladecs and their adjectival experts. Harnum A. Ilalley's came from winter quarters at llrldge port and went to housekeeping In the Garden, llenr above the roaring of lions, the shrill plaints of the gnu ami all the snarling chorus of the menagerie the firm voice of old Dr. Dexter I'cllowcs an the venerable chap gathers around him his trained tioupe of press agents and begins to warm up for the season' "The circus I? here! (layest. graini est. gladdet galaxv on the glo'' Itlgger and better than ever? Mv boy. the phrase Is hackneyed. We hato to repeat It. Hut I will sa.v that we have gathered together for the amusement uud edification of tin young and old the most wonderfully conceived, the most gorgeously presented pageant ami exhibition that ever damled human eyes since John J. Noah went to eea We have " Wild Will Wllken. the old Docs assistant. who had Ixen skipping and prancing on the skirts of the group, " '."'""'':" "Kor the love of Mike. Hex Cut out ,1,-if tvm .'nntnr.nlliiii l,tv- ...I,.,-.,-.. . "- to casesllln Itookh pageant, adapted,! K -IU" '" "i'-'u.ii imm-h,., I or romance, as one might sav. and pre-1 I ''''' h l nt' Persons. Arabian steed". I 'elephants, the loveliest of women, air I ..Irtfltpl ., rr fltu iex.l , 1 1 1 1 II I !..ltl-i l!n,,lili'. "-- ' Journey to distant Hurhana and her I gll.terlng nuptials with tho voiing rutrr of ti-.-it land. Tell him about the 'Pro'i-j tier Das at Che-nne.' with cow bovs' and cowgirls reproducing all the dare- devil dash of the old West. Tell brn aliout the lady ilephant trainers or the lady trainers of the elephants, about Pnllenherg and his wonderful beats, Mile. Agadle and hr traln.sl lions, ivi, Millm.in, cpii-en f the golden r bboi. i Tell him about our Chinese acroba-s. our human tiles, about Slgnor Hagong i.. our dwarf equestrian l.-torla Dave port. Mine Hradns ami her canin.i ci,- cue. Tell him " 1 A menagirle roustabout dashed into the pr.ss room, whispered hrielly Wllken's cur and dashed out. Mi Wllken trenibkd with excitement. "I have Just lerclvi'd word." he an nounced, pantlngly. "that an interest ing event a very interesting event- Is about to take place in the ctinel. fitnilb We have been expo-ting thli for some days, but bow fortunate, ll w 1 wonnerilll. liiai 11 siioinu na,,j,i-n r-o, timely' We shall name It Nellie. H - cuse me, I must see to it that the mother, receives ever.v attention." Ann ait tins time at tne i ourin ave.i,.r. , .i,.lti, 1 nue and Twt ntv-eevetith street entrance of the ijarden van alter van of animals. wagon load after wagon load of lum- riving and the liisini-s or transleinnsi -xcuvc i nap, lie, in ',,-n tne iummandi r four tralnloads of ispilpment from the spi-aks In the highest terms of the , on ' Mutt Haven railroad vards to the tan-ioil, t of his men and tells of eongratu- ' bark of Madison SqilHie was roarl ig talioti for gallant rntidini which thev and humming timter the riulct dirctlon ie,elve, from I'leld Marshal Sir John of John and Alf llmgling I'ren.h The letter Is in part as foi. Tins morning the . irciis will be reidv ' lows: for rehearsals nciessary to smooth pi-j "Voti may like to have a copv of thf-e geiuit and ring acts for tho openl igj tel. grams The episode w-hl -h 1 11. 1 night, Thursday. April I I them fortli was the rushing of n Herman .- trench and it subfeipient destruction MARY GARDEN MUSIC PIONEER. T,nr ""'"V h.r,fn v, rv nr,Ko 1,1 fro','t . ... f us anil a n'ghl r conn ilssam e made I'lnna lo Help Cnslniiil lllscover ronipoaers nt llomr. Sprrvtl C:hlr lrflfh to Tlir St s Paius. March Cr, Mary i',ar,bn. S nl tifh by birth, l'renrh bv Ir lining and American h adoption, :s going lo Kng land to teach th Cnglish lo disiovir taeir- nun , onii,iscrs S'ic si vh j "I i .iiinnt re, cal the details "f mv plan yet. bill I expect tn begin bv sing i ing at ii concert arranged fm the ex- ! press purpose of revealing the work of i Hrltlsh miisi, i.iti" "Tills war is having quite a wonderful effect on ii r I general!) . nnd I hope It will have a aon.l resuli in l Iplng Cnc lalid to find hers, If inusleiill.v " H.li.r.. .'.nl.irMne -, r,. r ..n.p.iipn Mieh i.rfr.len lll Like iurt m ,. eoni ert in l.oniinn to, llie , i ii til ,,f Mie lllfr Umii iuiiiii ii - In, mi'I lx under ,illhiiees of Hie Piieli.r'.s of M.trllMf oiiirn. L.ul.v Itnndo'pli I'hiii'lill'. Mi" Inlin Aelor ,itid I.idv P.me; WILSON TO SET BARRON FREF - Prl.oo. r Vn. sP, , , fr Three .. , ..... ,l'"r' '"r s"'"dMii liue.uir., iVAkiiivnniv. Vlmrli T. Irsi.l,.i,i Wilson annnuriced to-d.iv thin he ! ,d niinuteil the term of Hlwyn A liar rop. selllel ce.l hy tile I'eder.ll colli I P i N'ew- VorK on April ',. Il'll. d thi-ei' I jear-. in Atlanta prison for ilefrainTi' n , I ll v estoi h b sellliu; so, I, h faKe linen mills continll. d bv Ihc Stei Iiiir !- I benttllc ('olllp'i.v, to one e,'l. ' I'liib-r the I'lesidciit s order Harron will he released mi April II llrltlah Xiixlllnr. I.enves (nllno l.mn. ivrn. .Min-.-li s". The Itr-ilish I sle-imshlp Ivinusw av w Inch w eni on i ' rocks reentlv and w- is allow. d lo iniK. - .... ... . ... iipailsir laiiao I'd o,i.i' i is ,inii;i' ,-soui m eiv .. ini. ".,,x,!lar ,'""1 " " ',8 ' ine iirinfii int.. IO Per MONTH UPON PLEDGE OpF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK MANHATTAN ' IHIOVX teourth Avenue, nor SMU Slree, rour.landt Ave, ,-or 1 lth Btreet Kldrlrice Htreet, cor IlivlnKton St. iniiiohi.i v ,. . ,,,, u, Smith tt cor. l.lvliifrs'on St. Seventh Ave , bet. 4Sth and 4Hth Sts, ,.,,,, ,.,.,,, , ? ,Volse St I.extnuton Ave cor I'.'Hh Sticnt I'ltKm Wenue. .or llock.iw-av ve Oni.n.1 Street, cor I'linlon Slreel (.,:NT (., r AI!, . ,.,.nN Kast "Sd St.,bet I.exltiKtoit .?-.1d Avs. IAjJ.oaNH UIII'AIH WITHIN Kant llouHton St., cor Mssex Ht -5 TWO WP.KKri FMOM UATU WOMAN STOLE BROOKLYN BOY. Child llrld CnptlTH Since nrm hcr. She Trlln Poller. WxrNKHBOtio. tin., March 2S. A woman calling herself Mrs. Jane fteed I wa.s arrested here to-day. She con fessed, the police say, that she kid-. . , ,1, ..uM.h t.A I nappeu .mmiii .viipii rwutri, uif 1,7111 year old son of Mrs. W. C, nichtcr of llrookbn, In November last. Sheriff Johnson said the woman agreed to tako him to the house near hrro In which she asserted the child was hidden. Mrs. Heed raid she stole the child from Mr. and Mrs. Illchler while they vvete In St. Petersburg, Kin. The boy was awarded to Mrs. TMchier when she divorced hor husband, J. A. Striker. William II Ulchtcr of 471 McDotiough street, Hrm klyn, a former Manhattan lianker. received a telegram lust night from the police of Waviicsboro, Uu., In forming him that a woman hi tested there has confessed kidnapping his four- ear-old stepson, llobert Allen Striker. Mr. Klchtcr mid his wife, Mrs. Until Allen Ulchtcr, uere visiting Mr, Itlch ler's aunt. Mrs. Chailcs v., Ilrowu, In Petersburg Fla., lust November when the liov disappeared m.vster, ui, from the front lawn ,f Mrs. Hiohum isl- dei ce. nheie he had been pla.vliii! After 1 ;,ml '"" '"'"'nclils of ine re- a three monhts futile search ,ti Ploi Ida i suits ( Siinila.v's eleven weeks cam an,l tleorgla the Ulchters rctlillied to palgn in this city. "rookl" 1'lft.v-ne of the youCiful evangelists BRONX BOOSTERS AT FEAST. Mnjor TrlU of IMnns In lletler loroiiKti. "Hoost The Jlronx" was the theme of H'tne of 1he sneskerM nt ,1m uMtumt dinner of the llronx Uoard of Trade I last evening In the MclClnley Square ' Casino, lfilith street and MrKrinlcv Squ ire. The Uronx. More Ktin r,00 busi ness and professional men gathered nt the banquet tabbs. Ilefore the tu-tied to the fea-' they heard Mat.ir Mitcln-t outline filans for the improvement of The Itrviii.x, now Ix-fore the Hoard of Kstlmate. The Ma.voi also i.-ferred lo t if Increase in taxes, which he .mid Mon'd cmie thi.Migh the falluie of tiov Whitman lo sltrti 11,.. 1,111 .illnu-lnn , ., . ; . . i nlty to build a new Incinerating plant I'M ine u spoMi ot refuse " . : ' . Vl V ! of undergraduates prominent In the weiemadeb President longlas Mathew- and fraternity life of the uni son of The Uronx. Itlcji.ud . Law v,.rltv The motion to request Chan iciic. . James . Harry, assistant sccrc- p,tor irow's permission to get Sun tary of the Metropolitan Life Insurance d,,v to come was proposed bv W. K. Company, and tVnRressman Waller M D.Jjgett. preldent of the Junior class, Chandler t ., H.ond bv V. A. 0'ronncll. cap- Klie Commissioner Adam-on. Police, tarn of the track team. It wa.s paseed Commissioner Woods and Comptrollei I without opposition nnd with enthusiasm. Piendergast were present. The students haw not yet broached WOMAN BEATEN BY BtmrtLAn. ' Ilrr irrrntiK HrooKbt Help nnd Thief Win i ftptnrnl. Ati astc ftTV. N J, Mar. 'i 2Ti Mrs Marl" llgner, who Is reputed to be wealthv and Ives n secliid-d I fe lu villa at HIT Kmerson avenue, Venice i 1'nrk. a suburb of this resort, was beaten hi,,, i-,un,i .-,1,,.. ,,,-ua.v oy ,, nurg,ar who had entered her home lb-fore he .-otrtd gag her she made an outcry that attracted neighbors and they sent for the ,nll,A Polio Sergeant Holmes found the hurghir on the fop floor. At police headquarters he said he was Kmll Van Heller, 27 years old. of Camden He was held wfthout ball on I a c,a ,-e of burglary. - , I' I 1 L' UI'LI UUAHJL' Tfi GIVE HIGH PRAISE TO PRINCESS PAT'S MEN1 lil'i I is T'dlll (1 lll(r T(s j f ' I l (I'nlliintry of riuiiHliniis In Trench Assault. rr vwa. March If.. Iteports reaching tutawn show that t o. thirds of the ong- ,,., ,,,, ,v, t.i., ri.,-ii,. ... ' un!t of the I rincess Pat ricla s t ana- '"" wgnt inrantrj- nave t.een wlpcl i out, only one of the commissioned olli- "obeli Fiorden received a letter to-da from Cjl. I'arquhar. written a lew w.ehs oeioie ine i.mei . iieatn at It ,'lear to me that we had an opening I'or various reasons It was luadvls ihle to i u py tho trench, so put 1. ,,. n rush it and pull down the ,,,i,,p.-i Crablie and Paplnenii led the partv, the latter being our Isvnb thrower Thev both nI,,wc, very great dasli and la the Teutons i, IT their leg-- ... Nothing could have iiecn mo e spirited than the way the men went In ' Messages of congratulation wer- te eelved from the commanders of the Irsh Fusiliers, the I'lltll Corps, lien I'llllller the King's Itoval liltles, lien Snow, and Mr .Inhti rmrifli l.irut Pipl?if;ni. tnptit'nn 1 h .1 P.tpliio.lil. who hr..d,1l Hi ti'lfHton .rr iHil Iteitlutt r-tlto In I Mini KIT I ,., j. , ,,;,. ,,, ,,,. . . r . ...,..,., .,. .,. ,, . de.ltll 111 l'r,)n, e M.iJ ,1 Itlv, - l'.ilr.e .ls Idonn to ,ie.'.-- In .1 hliell on 1 ViMie. r, llHinitlon ll'.nnlion is I, lied at Vprw. I'.ipl Sewton n Killed I , i i . 1 1 1 u a i'hari;e near SI l'lm in, I Col ! rarquhar met death in the name minne, i at Neuv e 'harelle rMeil I'lllltled l' s,.ifir- Srnl, Viinsv. Ma i I'll IS The Senate foul mute, on Privileges and I lectinm. tn ,iv ile- uli .I thai Hemarl M ratten of the Second Senate dlsti'ct. ,oik 1st unl I'lt.v. is entitled lo Ins seat in the Senate I' M W eland, a llepiihlii an. cor 'estc, I, - I'lict', in on the k'loiui'l that Mr Pal tin is tiot a clt i.eu LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES r ii... -.is., kin:, II, r aflci- UsitiL Mien's I'nol Kjiso.tlioiiiilisepticpiiwdcrfo' lliof.'ol It tiuiKos tmbl or now slnics icoi oasv- mves iiislaiil relief lo i-nrils anil luiliions nr. I veins Hhsicr allmis and Sire Spots , ll s I lie m oan-sl iumfnrl ilisc'iivcrv of III. 1 ii i .'... iv ... -1 . i -1 ' 'rial lM'l;iHo il.lres- Mien S (llm.'icl i." ni. ' i COLLEGE BOYS WALK IN SUNDAY'S STEPS I'oniisylvnnifi rnivcrsily Stu dents to Tako Platform as Evangelists. WILL ixvahe xkw.ikk.sky Plltt.AnEt.fittA, March 25. Under graduates of the University of Pennsyl vania prominent In athletic, literary and scholastic activities hikI Imbued with a de.lro to do personal work, s urged upon all Christians by Hilly Sun ila.v, will descend upon Gloucester county, Neiv Jersey, next Sunday as amateur evangelists. They n .11 carry the same mes'ages that Sundav spread In his tabernacle will deliver their messages from the pul pits of man Oloucestcr county churches. The names of the under graduates have not et !eeii divulged. WANT BILLY SUNDAY. CnlvrrsHj liradniitM Vote fur Invitation, The Itev Ullly Sunday will be In vited t" address the students of New York l'nlerslt If Chancellor Itrown approves ibe unanimous action of the rndergiadiiates Association yeterday In voting to have him come shortly after he commences his six weeks re vlval in Patersnn on Kaster Sunday ' 1 his decision, Yesterda.Vs meeting, at which 000 irr ,.0,,.nt. .., calt,M M tl. instance the matter to the evangelist, but they Plan an open meeting In tho auditorium, which seats I.L'fiO They are willing to pa.v Sunday by Individual eiibierlp tion, by taking a collection at the meet ing, or both. ItncLnmi? t'ttiirtcr l-'nsori'il. M.nAMT. March 26 The Assembly chip. Committee reported favorably to. lay on the MeUhinney bill granting a city charter to the city of Ilockaway, comprising the Fifth ward of the Bor ough of Queens. I'avorable action by the Senate and Assembly s expected on this measure lsior to A III Clepi Mnmrnsrei, Mayor Mltchel wrote a letter to Sec. retarv of tho Navy Dan. els .voeterday promising the city's full cooperation In the plan for mano-uvrts and review of iji,. Atlantic fleet In New Vork waters In May American Line American Steamera Under the American Flag Shin Ira I la.. ....,..... Illlli. ' New York Liverpool. Pier 62. N. R. M. I sul Mar. 2; noon ew 1 orh. Anr. . n n , White Star Line : N.Y. Liverpool, Pier 60, N. R., Noon Vlecantlc Mar .1 1, noon M' inrlr Xpr 14 Arabic x pr. 1-4 noon Adriatic Apr. -I labln an t sn ( ji, P s-encers nni- Azores Gibraltar Naples Genoa 1111 ill xi-i(ii.if I ii oi'FH t' H'tt x 1 , ,N. Tel nnno Hrrtor I II I III X I'llll. II I O VI. THE IDEAL TRIP AND TIME V ISIt llll California Expositions IN MAY 17-Dny Cruises through the PANAMA CANAL Large American Transatlantic Liners "FINLAND" "KROONLAND" I nl stnrlSrrilrrTran.sllanllr. Standard From New York May 1 May 22. June 16, July 7 I'rnm San lran.lo Wa, ll; June m And I en 1 h"d Week Theraflrr I Iri utsr I leket. One Mat Hater, Other PANAMA "PACIFIC LINE tl ll't.av, V 1. IrleptinnellllllO Iteitnr. Ideal Tourist Route S. S. EVANGELINE "UNDER THE AMERICAN FLAG " BERMUDA on neurit, tarltt And mnt limirl'-'H .tremhlp In SoiMhrrn Sr1' JUlnr 'o.ttilf nu in pcri't o Vn P.t t HfrmMrtN, or lontrrr, If you w iti Ai'miuixii tuc rofn ffrvict, pitroudie ii kdf proof. .rnf1 fnr npnutlfiil Pooklt PSS MiMC OI KM I., HM rrneiiwtj-, fit M Mrf't, rhonp, HriHiU 4fi71, New nrk FRENCH LINE i ompaxnle l.rnrrule I raii.atlantliiue Post At. sl.lt II i:. Siuhns for BORDEAUX LA TOURAINK Mnr. 27, 3 P. M. CHICAGO . . Apr. 3, 3 P. M. Apr. 10, 3 P. M. Apr. 17, 3 P. M. NIAGARA . . ROCHAMBKAU I HIl IM DI M l InN M'PI'V Company's Office, 19 State St.. N. Y. BERMUDA Go To ISKw "Bermudian,, jr;rvf li Fastest Stfcimrr tn Rrrmicia Sails Every Wednesday, Carries U, S. Mail. ijiirlici s,, l.i, I nl.. a.' liirimlwii. , v I In, in si link A Sun. H wa A M 5lh All or iiim 1 1( Ki-I AKeni, M.ISIIIV'WIIV VMIlllll N I .INT. N, V MHIH l Ur:ilKS, IIKNVIAKK. A K Johnsen I o Ine , Aste , I It war, N KrKAMslHP Tll hKTs in an; port. Orii. Vr 1 Barmnnd lVhltrnmh Co , JJ.1 Jill A N, T, I.Kllltdl V I I IlltlllX. Imi fares In nil points sniith, Orriill slrain.liln ( , "'"I I'lflll Ale,, ', T, T ,tt Sks Hi Coward Shoe SM. a. ... wtt ,CHES and pains in the legs, even to the hips, arc not rheumatism or sciatica nine times out of ten, such pains ate ' caused by a falling arch. Correct this condition by wearing Coward Arch Support Shoes, and aches and j pains caused by arch weakness will disappear. JANES S. COWARD, 264-274 Greenwich St., N. Y. ( NIAK WAKBtK niurl ' Mali Ortftn Filled SOLD NOWHERE ELSE Send lor Catalogue ' OPIUM SMUGGLER SENTENCED. Chemist fjp Venr In Prlnon Term for Informer, Tonko L. Millie, the Austrian chemist and promoter arrested recently In n sensational raid on his apartments at r.To Hlverslde Drive, was sentenced by .ludge IMward thishman In th United States District Court yesterday to one year In the Federal penitentiary' at At lanta for conspiring to smuggle cocaine ami opium In from Oermany (lUstavo Wnbleck, Millie's coconspira tor, whose testimony made possible the conviction of Millie, was sentenced to three months on Hlackwell's Island. Hi! had already served nine months for re tailing the cocaine on a conviction In the county criminal courts. HLD DRUG UNDER NECKTIE. Hnrlirr Churned With Trj In ta smnHttlc Powder Into Tnmhi. l-'rnnk rollo, 30. a barber of 1M Allen street, was held In I&ik) ball by Magls fate Applcton in the Tombs police court jesterday for examination to-morrow- charged with smuggling a drug ;n his necktie to a prisoner In the Tombs. This was the. first time such a method vvaa tried. When be appeared at the prison he said ho wk Tony Carbone ajid wanted to see his brother, Michael Carbone Keeper McCue searched the visitor and found ten grains of a wh.te powder In fide Iris necktie. Denser Tenchem Mux irl Married, Dr.Nvrn, Marh !6. The Denver School Hoard has lifted the ban ayain't the marriage of women teachers. C 1 1 TNI A R Fl Established 1840 rittjt Stemen in the Woild , AQUITANIA. LUSITANIA, MAURETANIA Rejultr Uninterrupted Service EUROPE via LIVERPOOL, Tuscania. . Sat.. Mar. 27. NOON , LUSITANIA Sat.. Apr. 3, 10 A.M Transylvania. Sat., Apr. 10. NOON Orduna, . Sat.. Apr. 17. 10 A.M Tuscania. . Sat., Apr. 24. NOON LUSITANIA. Sat.. May I.IOA.M . 'Calli at Halifax naitbo'jnd ROUND THE WORLD TOURS 1hronh bookings lo all principal Torts of the nnrlri. TOM TA NT'S OKr-iri- 2 Mate si. VI . OLD TtOXIIMON LINK. To all pelnti fouth an1 West Kvery wek. nay 3 V M. I'lfr :i Nerth lllvar. TL 3900 Franklin. Atlantle, fiulf and tXet Indies "team.hlp Lines. iVtrle M"orv V urn Torln Ulco I.lnea :30 HMadav, New VerW i'lty. 'lo I nllfnriiU rtpoIUnn Sr .Iftirlrrt, FALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON $3.00 Mia It Tier H, N R , ft. Fulton SI., fl V datlr at t P. M Mmle. e I nndnn l.tna tr. It. Tier 40. N. n.. ft, Tlouaton M., wrrk dari onlr 6 V) P. it.. Pier JO, r, n . ft V: M St., m p. M. X.s llaen I tn itr Ir Pier ). R. n.. ft Catharine ht., -eeu dai, J 41 P U. nrlrt(pnrt Line Mr. Iv. Pier J. B. It., weK day onlr, 11 A IS. i the rrnrir nr. riXAsrn. COLONIAL LINE BOSTON :na.Y, $2.60 providence $1-60 WrrU davk and hunday at i V M from Pier .10. N K foot VVrst ltmnton St AllOnlalda llnoma. I. llll to Ha.oo. Vtlreleai eualu mam. fptnwn lifflre, Uroadway and 3Jd St. Ulf Phone .Spring WJ1. NAVIGATION OPEN ALBANY and TROY I Htl.t trrt fr JlllstU rtl ti 01. HUD80 N N AVI Q ATI 0 N CO. IT! ssfBOSTOfS VI nlre.er.J .Ml iPrm Idenep direct, l MI, illlsllll; s rMUKIMs, (i.iifl. Hall. iiuliiiiliiK siinitHi, ,inn p X I r ii Pie 1 I It Plinni til flf.K ni in i II v TI'V'l iiftiee Ii) HroH,iw4i V V t'pmnn T" 1." Oftiea, Bh- an 1 ;l ntrert MAIM, s 1 1 . X VI sl I p , 'WVlmu PORTLAND ItedlKrd Pare, ill rnlnl.. rh.HIIMIM nit r.xs 1 1 n si i x vi sn ip i itpnn.v i llll IIS. CALIFORNIA tours AT SPKI IAI. i.om HA U.S. ... uNh roiIKIfsT I'll., 3JI rtrui'l-VdV. .N Ijl, (JJO I'r.nVlIn 3'our fect, up the calves of M'KINti HKMIIfls, l.ltNtf IM.AM), (i.AKDKN CITY. I.O.M, ISI. M) On fif th1 nmn r hMfp In Awfrlrj rountry Hf and tnffor a AmrlCiin PUti Th ronTf titn nf mt ,rlt- A Handsome a la Carte Restaurant 20 miles from rrrqurnt n, tt . I'enns stmlon -I .1 I.IWn WEST VI III. I. M. European Cure in America GREENBRIER White Sulphur Sprinjs, V. Va, OPKN ALL Till! M.M. New Bath Establishment DIt.UEO. D.KAHLO. Medical Dir.eio- rnfrl STEnitV. Msnscmc ni-.rt,. J. II. SI.OCI'M, Munscet noOKTN'ti orncL.i I New York Tti I , 4 fioston i opKy r r NTAV ,lt;its:V I nkewned. Laurel-in-the-Pines Lake wood New Jersey I.OI.r, IMHO. II. Wis. ItllllM. X ilellghirul spin fnr spring outings, t'rntral Itsllrnrul of New .lere i li-oiillrr lrn A . Ilinl,.- FRANK F. SHUTE, Manager NKtV .IKKsKV Atlantic t lt7 HOTEL CHELSEA O-ruP'tnc entire b r- u ct f th fthlonh h fhambm with pHu 1 1 i tr II sh ' i Aute iut tr in ii fik'- t J H TH.'Mr 1 HOTEL DENNIS XHsntli I lt s The hotel villi the 1IU111.. Iiotlne I M e H'.n h and H floors Alv.asnpt-n i Mne 1 hoolilne ufTl'-e s, j,,, , Tr i . i Avrnur XI I I It .1 GRAND ATLANTIC Vlrulnt.i c . . Mrit"ii rtini Inch t rt Utrcr rnmni. v -tli voiji -Hf.fl ptibilt h-t h i n iiprrlor thl Hint iii"t. prl'1 uu w ISLESW0RTH Atni-I an nrl 1 c av nnd th. Hi.r 1'ver spr 'nf1 sh w alpr 1 its i" nr uiiiTamnr THt WILTSHIRC ,., , ir Ml' ''J ' I. ' " UP .Isl Dp- . vvttv'l Kits THE LORAINE ? mom "ntj ip? it T rfjen Fet ( i h AftNKI,, P'opr r I !iitHll(T h 11- i e r ALBEMARLE J'V.v,,,. p.ir'n-- pr rt" het V " rnlnc i1lnn"Psi or j ' ' rk J V up u H k HOTEL NEW ENCLAVP f'tv.t h T-nil n i i f it 1 hth, Til .f t3tr trl 'cvi1 - m pitr r i . tRariborcngb - Elcnbcfnt xti a s rn i " JCIMAH Willi C A I" NKW JKH3K Xnhiif; Is SPCND LAUIt Al A ( I ' Th- Ton i V 'Ih hit a 'etiimp iai lalntnnl Hoar in 11 ' Ar'hur Pr or I i rr , addre fty I I in Ilnardna k AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE i nnii i inivii hi ivi I""- X Ml I s. u l v lil I IIP i' I I It I' I'tlVI Ms VI 111 II V V Ms nu Mil it I I It iivn s i n v Al loviiniii . VMI villi.. I, -I 111 t I Ills. M I'M lt I VI III llll (lit list -Iluokli-t lpli.lii WIIV inn 8J5 ix eat &;ih street ai 11 I The Mmt AttrsrtUe ( niintrt llntrl I Adjorent tn New nrk t hy Garden City Hotel J