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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAP.CH 31, 1015.
5 444 10 BLUFFING ON ! TEXAS BORDER, GARRISON HINT i Win- M'crcli'.r.v Iiitinmtos TriniN Won't Tolerate, Hmoling Into r. S. TIIKKK UIKKK'AX TOWNS IX DAXUKIf THE ONLY SAFE KIND The Guaranteed Mortgage li thchlghcst development of mort rtarfc investment. It Is the only safe kind for the Inexperienced. The Guaranteed First Mortgage Certificate represents the latest Improvement In this security. It Is available for all Investors, even for those who wish to place so small an amount as $200 where It will be absolutely safe add will yieia tonal No investor hat ever loit a dollar 0OfnKJiACE (jllAfyUflEE (j) Capital G Surplus. 510,000,000 IJtB'un.N.l I ; lemicn at.. 5Jt n. 350 rulton St.. J, male. Mtfa. exempt from ner- taxatlon In this State. MRS. M. R. GUGGENHEIM WINS DIVORCE DECREE Papers in disc Arc Sen led Mini ('(ircsponilnit's Xiniie Is Kept Dark. HATRED FOR CLEARY MEET MR. JOE PIANISSIMO, IS GAGAN'S DEFENCE! LAUGHING HYENAS' MAID WAS MAIM!!-:!) XI NT, YKARS w if March 30 There were olllclal iiiarlers to-day tit 'tie t'n '"' States tna not be .is olfiJ' ' "f snooting across the border Hr.'rt' ji i!'e. Tex . a It was it N'nco, pi-.' iiifi e man pity casualties .in tiio Ameil.nn side during a of the town of Nni'u, the olil Molar.t school nt Hempstead. The success uf Carr.nizn's Wets In bomb dropping and scouting lecently Induced Urn Villa to L.ii six Wright biplanes. Ir.t . urr . i VILLA FREES MERIWEATHER. ' i WI- ,e in'e I' A Im Secretary Harrison Ueclineil to , ... w li.it iuttructlons Had l in Major-Ucti. Funston. com- "ti '.g e Auteilc.in lorces ni tirowus- , ,. ,iur bi the ntt'tck on Matatnoias, the ruer. lie indicated that it I ik n"iie to presume ton much )TI l"f TI i ...... ..- , fi .Is, nowevct. mat even u me . hiiK i l.st.ts let shells, dlleeted at I,,,,,,,, , i ill ii. to Hrownsvllle the , r r "li will lie slow to or.ier i . m 1.1 let Jin the tire. Wth ".rcr bitlcrles f artillery on :'. to llriwnsi die friim Kan Antonio ,ri on- battel y already there In addl- ; ,, te ' n.ilry stationed tit the Texas , sn otll its here ale confident that i ,. tijnstnit will be In a position , , t.. ' lontrol the situation. I TV M.i' itivt.iHrownv!lle situation , , . ,, ii duplicated nt Laredo, i T' . the St lie I lep.innieni is ativiscii. i v'r.i 'e e Is advancing rapidly to' i'mik the .Mexican town, Nuevo Laredo, ,r'x " ie! ed tie the Farranitistas. Hen-d ' -.' Mex i oi li) .-reentry itiyien i i t...ii. he bitl not j ei received nni i, te rep rts i' nerrnfng the plaits of Zipit"'" wild respect to cvacua n r ".ii' ns it. he capital are ad it.Pi the f od stlpii being ve i .-t In I "C.I lit-1 niiniioll Mini U'lin Killed Miiilcnt Not n Coiinlerfeller. l.'i. I 'ao. M.i-ch 3U Minor Merl weather, a fotmer Annapolis Naval Academy student, who a few years ago partlcip tteel in a tight nt the academy t Oorur which resulted In the death of a mid shipman, wa released from prism b Villa otllclals to-tl.i.v. He came to Kl Paso. He ihi held In iirlson in Saltlllo on a eh.UKe of Ii.ivIiik counterfeit Villa ntuniy In his pos'esslon, liut lie says, the attthorltlfs found It tj be genuine, hence his teleise. Meriwe.ither was a Wash, intt'oti newspaper cortepondent. Supreme Court Justice Uuy eonllrmed yesterday a referee's report recommend Iiir a divorce, to Mrs. Uraee II. (Juir genhelm from M. Hobelt Uui?itcnlielm, voum?et son of Itan el Uuirstenlieim, ami siKtied mi In erloculory decree for Airs. UUKKetihelm. The papers In the c.te. lnclud;tiK the testimony before the leferee, are settled, but it is unilere.tooil that the name of the corespondent In the case did not (to on the record. Mrs. UiiKKenhelni Is a dnuuliter of Jacob Iternheltuer, and married the de fendant In ISOR T'e couple have two , children. Itobett and Daniel UUKttett hemi. Mr. UusKenhelm Is a dog fancier i ami has won many prlnvs. He is an 1 officer of the Thoinpson-Starre' t t'om- panj. In which his father Is a large stockholder. SOUGHT DEATH TO END GIBES. ti n-t. no eldence has been he St ite Department of f i .rp'iiM'meti: in cord'.ttons m H " tlie 1 nt few weeKS. ! . jti the State of Vera Cruz ,,. ' i.i I' a. tic Uy all the work ,M .f . r i Cruz have k tie on strike , , ; ,,-i i i i .ire -till a' wo k are ex f! . i..' tln '.ikers. No srecitlc ,,,o i :ied for the strike, but It . i uti i .1 'o tie a result of i!s.tls t i ip t,e i-i -t of liv tn; rlslttc out tn idMiiiiis it wage, t e ntiftalile ruitelicy m u- I'ri-neli Wo in mi, niioril liy tier I in mi Children, Tries Milehle. Mrs. Matle Antoinette Atnatels. a ' I'rench dressmaker ut US Vst Slx ! ty-elKhth street, lias been annoyed so much lately by the children of her Uer i man nelKhbors so she siys that yes-1 ' terd.i; In a tit of desperation she startad . ' to cut her thto it with n razor. At the West Sixty-seventh street sta tion, where she was taken In a very, I tiervotus condition, she said that for sev eral months her Uerman nelKhbors have been rapplm; nt her door and then i rnmiln away and baltltttt her In various ' ways until she decided that life was not worth the llvlttK l.ieut. Dunn ol tit- West S'xty-elRhth ' street station decided that she needed rest and riulet anil ent her to Ilellovue. , TWO SAY HE BROKE TROTH. W. milnlnril Tulce llreneli of I'romlse Defenilnnt. The second breach of promlee Milt brouttht within .1 ye.tr against Oeorge W QUintard. dje fancier and heir to SI, 000.0t.i0 under the will of Ills i(rand father, who founded tho Ueorge W. ljulntard Iron Works, has been broils hi In the Supreme Court by Miss Dorothy Dallaud. l'uc.s relatlnu to the young woman, other than her name, are con cealed by her attorneys and also by counsel for Quintnrd. The allegations of her complaint are not yet on tile 1 The first suit ngalnst QuIntard was I brough' by Miss Jane Sutherland and I Is for :fi,000. Tho fact that M.ss Dalland lias also sued was disclosed yesterday when ljulntard applied to vacate the service of "timmotiH In the case on the ground , that by mistake the piocess server gave the paper to his friend Henry Hulbert. ' who w.i visiting him tr his country ' plnce. Auburndale. 1.. I. Qu:titArd was divorced a year ago by Mrs. Mae Woods ' (Julntard. AW One Wiiiicss TcIN f ivisomil : Boss Animal M. Patterson Falls Flat, ' .t Help Comes as Well as Political Kmnily of Two Men. OTiriCIJS WKCAIil. I'F.ri) How the Merry Striata Do Enjoy tho Greatest's Press Laddies! 'Trtf. N Y Mnreh nn Ttiettta" H. l.ee. who preceded Thnmns Outran as District Attornry of Ilnekland county, "ante down front Albany to-night to tell itboul tht. pol, Ileal obst icles Utgan had to mrniount in h a ptofectttion of Will iam V. Cle.ity. tl-t. town cletk of lliver straw, who shot his elghtecn-year-eld s itt-ln-law The fotmer ptoseciltnr's testimony nldeil to the evidence tiled up by Oa tr. Hi's lawyers to provo not onlv po ; Ileal but personal enmity between 'lenry and (ligan. "Uigatt told me," said Mr. I,re, "tint lie had a big contract on Ins hands lie fote l.'htrstinas to convict William V. 'lenry "l.ir-liKKX AMI IIKN-TPt.t.-MKNSN OF Till: I'ttKss," Hoss Anlmil Man I'atterson i of the Rirmitn & llalley (Ireatest began cnsunlly aloud but In conversational manner fmm th" middle ring In Mndlon Squate Claitlen late yesterday afternoon, ht. eyts swteplng the dim boxes whern i repoi tcrs. sat watching untiles of ncro I bats and clowns rehc.iislmi In makeshift I c'othes their stunts a.l over the Indoor ' Mndlnin avenue town lot, "a thought or two along sociological lines has Just oc-' '. curled to mc that may be of Interest to I oil." j There was n short wait while Cyril Hennessey, odlce boy In the publicity de. j parimmt of the circus, was dash'ns i fioni the desk of young Dexter Kellowns. .the Isiy pres agent of the show (Mr. j l'cllowes's age is his own business, he "Ale jou going to convict him"' I iM. and he resents being referred to i-ked. i in in int familiarly its Did Dexter Kel- "'I'm dimmed If I'm not,' he rcpll'il ' lowes hence the soflso.ip) while Cyril "1 knew m.tnv thines .bout eimdl- lltnnefsi daslml fiom the seemingly ilons thete. Kve'ry man's hands In the youthful pnss agent's oniinunlty ate against the Dltilct At- ' nilddic ring Cop I Ijjht in rtnlerw wl K Cniliirwno.l. Mrs. Grace L. Guggenheim. YOUNG TOWER IS SUED FOR DIVORCE BY WIFE Son of Kv-Ainliassailor Kenietl lie Married Plaintiff When a Student at Yale. TOOK POISON THRICE IN VAIN. e M. x i irr.nl e-e to-nlclit that food t e tie f ,100,0n0 pes.. 3 1 the interiiationnl commit- fn the relier of the p t.'l are held up at . w! h absolutely no pro I i g them n'o the city be ii n itrit.tleet ng of all rail- t. k In (J ti (toregon w -,en for. e out of the capital. t-if g TOWSS L DANGER. ln liirenii ItneU In iiiinrn reilo. 'lex.. Tlirentrneil. t I'n . .March SO. With battle- . a . , t ii Mex.o at points opposite .. l i . i. a bordei towns, f-e indl ! , , -t .uht aie that tbe most sin-h-im'. that his a-lsen confronts e l . I St ites Uuveri men . It owt s - ,t ' I imU Tex., and Naco, Ariz.. .Nt-iv .lerney l-'tiritier Then llmletl j Life With I'lslol In lleil. W.isiiinotos'. N. .1. M'rch 30 Threu successive nluhls. before retltlng. Theo dore I'lilock, a seetityear-old farmer, lock polott, hoping to be dead the fol lowing mornlrg when the rent collector would com around Kach morning he i found himself still very much alive, ' though more despondent. Ills nttempts i im Kilda. Saturday and Sutidiy having 1 failed, he took a revolver with htm to J lied last night This morning he w is , dead. According to Mrs. Mary Ward, daughter of the aged farmer' house I. ii- keeper. I'ldock took an overdose of l.iutl I anum for three nights, but each time strong coffee prevented fatal erfects o; the poison. Th woman pleaded vainly with him Inst nglr when he announced hat he would take his revolver with him to bed. He had pulled the bed coierlng oier his head to prevent the shot being heard. TO LOWER COWLES ALIMONY. ; lleferee llrroiiuticnd 91" n WreU nm Knnnah for MtiKrr (it I'll, Klchard J. Morn.n, who was ap pointed referee on an application ty l.ugene Cowles, the singer, to rediKe alimony of $2.1 a week he has been pay- lng to .Mrs. Lizzie V. Cowles for the PHKt seventeen years, during which time he has been supporting his present wife, filed his report yesterday reiommendlng that the amount bo reduced to $15 a i week. In his application for the reduction 1 Cowles said that he had paid S3 4.O0O ' alimony to his wife since she divorced him and that nlthoiah his voice had not been impaired In spite of the fa. t that he Is past 50 his Income had been rediicisl because of the depression tn ' the theatrical business. I'ltlt aIiei ritn. March HO Divorce ptocee-Ungs were begun here to-day b Mr-, (ieorglanna It. Tower, wife of Charlemagne Tower. Jr In suit tiled heie October 3. 1 11 r. against Iter father-in-law. Charlemagne Time, former I'n.ted States Ambassador to Uetmany, she ch irged him with alienat ing her husband's affect oils The II' st suit came as the climax to repeated rumir in Philadelphia thit oung Tower hail tie, tt mar' led while a student at Vale Mrs. Tower alleged that through persuasions and threats h"r husband ha I been induced tn leave 1 er and to tefuse to recognize her as his wife ' Mrs Tower was (leorglanna Ilurd'ck. , known among her frletul- as Dixie be cause she bad a South" n accent Mrs Tower asserted that the marriage cere mony was performed it the home of her mother. 2S Whalley axeiiue. New ll.iien. Conn . on June 7, 1011. Tower, Jr. who 2S ear o'.d. den'ed ' some tune ago that h married Miss I Ilurdlck. torney. whether It Is tin excise cue or not. rjvery case Is the same. Tint Is true of all citizenship in Iluckl.nd county. "After the trial 1 was ci.ininlerating with him on tlie outcome and on the atl.li'ks til It lA.re lieitit- ill. id.i mi lilrn. C.ig.in said to nie then with tea's in Ids i of this Junk'.' evis 'Toil! I .Pit on rlTiinr.lo.t (n thnl ! Illll Ut ago trial. When 1 sat down after summing up I patted myself on the bach. f cling as tlmugli I had made, the ffoit of my Ife' Tint Men Hostile, He Snjs. "Uagail said the atlatks on li.m weie absolutely criminal, and I b-lleved him. I believe him t t He was lviilil dis appointed He -aid thai Cbary him- tf was surprised nt the verdict. I believe that there Is no . tie among the younger men who Is held higher in the Rockland county b ir th in Uag.tn. "I'olltlcally and ptisopilly 1 knew he Hid Clear) weie opjioseil. I h.ne heitd both exptess thttn'slves. They hid sk out to the with some mimeographed linpiomptu thoughts that occuireit to 15 A. Mail I'att'tson as he went along. "I haw Just thought." H. A. M Pat tt rsnti contlnutd to temark. as he g abbed tlie inltneographed sheets frill (ril with a sigh of tellef and put em his Kl.tssis. ' whllt win re's page on" -oh, ye while passing i he -cages in the laughing hveii.i depaitment of ll.irnum & ll.illeys Createst Show on Ha Mil how slby " "Which opens next Tlnusday evetiWig." prompted a siwtlust filled voice that a me fiom beiietth the platform next :o the middle : mg . Show on Karth. whirli opens next Thursday evening." continued II. A. M P. "how silly I've been during the past winter to waste mv svmputhles on tlie alleged arni of unemptoed hero In New York. Pause here for nuestlon from .1. It. Ill box :iti." "Why do you now consider your sym pathetic thoughts slllv?" n man said to be i M" K al asked from box 36. "Well," resumed P A M. P.. turning to trig,- 2 of his MS., 'ever since the damage i nothing in enminon politically, socially i show arrived here from winter tptar- " petona1!y Iters last week It has been next to Im- Peganlltig the polltleiil reliit.otts uf ( uWsi!e to tlrd a man In this city who the two in, n. John l.yncli. a x lilage tru-, will perfo-m the light but very re.mu tee of Havetstraw, said that Uag.in tned er.it ive responsibilities attendant upon to get him to run on a tn '.et oppose I to the position of bead ihambetinald to the Cleiry He testified that on one oc. a 1 l.iugh'tig hyenas. Pause, here for slot! Cleary asserted: "tltgan Is too I iue " straight laeel to be District Attorney, j "And why will no one take the posi He Ins no elasticity." i tion"" hurriedly broke In the man In Lynch swore) that Cle.ity asked him to J ,o- :e,. , HAMMERSTE1N ILL, : RECEIVER IS NAMED tf threatered 1 , a of Solium has manned ' i I tie'iclns at Naco. and In ' !i s agree'. nent to neutralize - !, a, i g it as a mil tars Vldl'lo: nl I'rlted States uf n.o' ed back to Naco to-d.iy i, iir' in A'.z. and a Wdrnirg wits .1 iMnri a that the I'r.l ed States i,- he ibserve the neutrality i g Vu'i.i column Is moving - Ni'V" Laredo from Mor efey e' i.ghtiag on the Texas bor- . tin e , - -Ms s,f. there is mutiny it. i s Aoier cans who arrived ' . 'g ft, in Ulterior Mexico salt! a if e I 'f T rreun jeste day .i w i expe.ted theie to-day. in upi i. pre.eitt lien. Train wth e, from J lllltlg liens. Kobles des. Tr.an.i had a r-i lous I It. with lien days ago Argeles anil quit at t'.te i r, the .Utile ' ge's f'll! Mexico City tO-ll.lV "''I t'i it P.iMUe tior.z 'les Uarzt, tho 1 .s ,u pies dint selected by tht ; .i i - t.vetiti in, who tied Mex- t'i Z.tpata Is now making his 'ti . apit ii at I'uernavac.t. He I . pfit.ng tuess and some putt' gout it other Issue of i it I , v Mixixn mi:n protest. DANIELS TEACHES WILSON. t;hm tin- President n l.rsam: Nam! lt-Tult. WisitiNOTON, March 30 President Wlls n took a ciuise to Annapolis and , bm 1; on one of Sei re .tr Daniels's naval j yachts this week and remarkisl to Ills' bo-t that he presumed the navy got most of Its rectultH from the seacoas: I ! .-Males Ml. Daniels Informed th' Presl- tlent that the contr.ny was tbe fart,' , ard got up a table to prole Ills state , merit, which he trautmUted to the White House to-day. This table shows that New Y rk and j Pennsylvania lead with 7.S22 and .i.Ol.t men respectively; M i.trhiisetln next, with 3.420; Illinois. 2,1X0; In-' dlan.t. 1,501, and other Interior States , are I present eel to an exiriu piopor ! tlonately much gieater than their pop. Impresario Technical Hank rnpt : Court Acts to Pro tect Property. (TT CORN. l,Efi Judre Hough In the fnited States District Court yesterda) appointe-1 In lng M. Dlttenboefer receiver In bank ruptcy for Oscar Hamniersteln after th, American Seating Company had tiled a friendly euulty suit based on a claim uf JI.O'Mi. This step was taken to protect the Impresario's ptoperty during' hl.s Illness, which has become more serious since the Inflam mation from an Infected toe spread up . I Mr. Hammersteln's left leg Physicians suit tiled yesterday was not an In- solvency proceeding, had this to say: "Owing to the Minus of Mr. Hammer- 1 stein, who has been in poor health for1 some months, and whose Illness It is been iiulte aggravated ieeetitl. nece.st- tat. tig .III opfattiill since w lllc! lie Iris I not Improved, and the ph). turns' ordet ' thai he be relieved of buslnn-s cire It I was deemed advisable to conseive his. bus ticss interests. I "In the present real estate situation It win t'lought be st that Ills propett) , be looked after by a const rvator. If Mr Hamniersteln could lie about thete would be no need of these proceedings I Mr. Hs'iime-ste n is not a bankrupt' I Mr Ilamtne'sti ln sent word last night POISOXKP i by Mrs Harnmeisti' n. In answn- to in- tjuirles from Tim Si n. that alt-ough he was In considerable pain he was far fiom bankrupt. ll.s bus'tiess iffilrs will be conducted by Mr. I ntte nhnefcr, the teceiver, conjontly with Arthur llammi rste n, who lias lately relieved his father of a large share of tho work Mr H.int ii'rslein w is married t i.Mts. Mary Kmm.i Swift who Is .12. In Jersey nominally "' " -N'l w V--"' Kvi last go to eiagati to ask lilitt to "let up "ti Hart Dunn" Lynch aided that he had tuo much icgurd foi h.s own lualtlt to lo It. Aneither witness, John Dueey, clerk of the Coutitv Hoard of Supervlsot s, test,, tied that alt'iough both Cle ir and (lag in were De'tiocrats Clear) did not like tl.'ig.in's political methods. Dr. tieoige ,. Leitnt r. an e nthisiatic friend of ti.tgau. attsweilng iiueistlous on the politu.il aspect" of the ease, said It was largely the licpuhluMt's In some patts of the county who had elected O.tgan Puller .lodge IteliiiUril. illation, States. as compared with the coast nerlnre t lllii I, l'riiiertj of I. M ii ch 3 F li i TdIiik Ii self.' inerlrii lis. o Many American r,i o in i mi 1 1 ' ! n. ig operators met Iteie it. jlited a protest against e of I Jen. Villa forfeiting 1 .'ut iindet his "ontrol nut kepi up. They call in the fact that it is Im i ' tr.uupoi t ttlou, power, i . . oke, piotection or me i at out, and asscr in tt ictllrg the impiis-ilile is tc.s than tlie counsel- of foreigners. In l.irs in foielgti capital tin- older mid the tin- ' 'UlltD are lose s o Villa is also to be for- ' den Wilson and Scue tt. old tlon to his older 'cM.ii must be operated 1. 1 " older makes It coin .i shaft must be sunken " iitv live notes of I'll.ll ! tumoral eonce-slon. Tins .1 i te ope'titlons prolllolilve. 'i 'HUB operators .tKsert. i in tee gives Americans 120 ' t t l l to comply with Its ' The new regulation pto i i vitlual ownlni; more than res r,f milling claims, and rjo " in own mate than 300 aeroi. i i - men decided to name a in " take their protest to Wash ' i d '.etorn Villa's Minister of . Iff... I.i. I... .1...., nil.. ' '".111- l 1 l III 11(1 II 14.1 111.-. I ..... in mining men eleclnre this . FIRE IN BIG PROTECTORY. lliirni'il lltil I nii I'liiiira While I ,- 1 (Kill llo I, Is I t-il Hi Lecture. There was a tlie In the Catholle' Pro tectory lust night and the 1.600 loys who Iie there knew nothing about It until it was out and they were matched ntf to bed The fire bunted out the two upper floors of the Anderson llulldlng, ' which Is the west wing, and the witter, damaged the lower flouts. The top tloor Is a dormitoiy nn l many of the lioys had to sleip In other pirts of the Institu tion last night. Just before o'clock the buys were In tlie lectin e hall listening to mi lllus tiate.l lecture by Lloyd Smith on "A , Hound Trip to the Pacific Coast." James, De'giti. employed In the engine room, poured ti." tlie first. It was In a class room on the third tloor and ho notified j fear the leg may have to be amputated. I Samuel J. Uoldsmitli of M)ers & Cold i smith, attorneys for the American Seat i lng Company, said that the suit was not an Insolvency proceeding, but simply 1 lo prevent the Hamniersteln enterprises ! from being sacrificed during Ills dlsa ' blllty Mr. Hiiminerstfln, he said, has ' assets of J700.000, as against une ' cured liabilities of only $".V000 and 170,000 secured liabilities, with suits pending against him for the same amount. For the present Dr. Hflnriclt Stein of 270 West Seventy-third street. Di. Willie Meyer of 700 Madison nvenue and Dr Leo Ituerger of 10 Hast Forty-first street, attending Mr. Hatnmerateln, de cided at a conference on Monday that a three or four months baking of the toe whs the best treatment. Mr. Ham niersteln will remain at hl.s home, !!) St Nicholas nvenue, unless It becomes will be VALUABLE LOOT RECOVERED. Inspector l)n)rr It n I tt Furnished llouin nnil MnUes Twn Arrests. Inspector John F. Pwyer last night raided a furnished room on the third Hour of 121 West Sixty-first street and found several thousand dollars worth of Jewelry s'lwrware und women's wearing apparel believed to be the proceeds of one or more robberies Two young men were arrested dinged with having the i loot in their keeping. i The joung men and the booty were , taken t i the West Sixty-eighth stieet ' station in tho inspector's automobile. Them the ptUoiiers, who gave their names and addresses as Joe Lowens, 2t, of 107 West Nlllt ty-elghth stieet, and William ltan, 22, of 177 Amsterdam , avenue, said the m tides found In the I romn were turned oor to them by per sons they knew only by sight. They said the) wem being paid for minding the, Miluables. I REPEAL. SAYS TRAFFIC CLUB, one of the toothers. An inarm w. sent nerpgBary to operate', when he and t'.if police icseues of four precincts Utkvn Q Mount slnul Horpltal. weie called As a matter of pi ecautloii ' ii set and a In t m was sent In, hut the bl.tzu was soon out. Mr. Smith, the lecturei. was told uf the file and asked to keep the pictures running freely and this helped to keep l.noivledge of It awa) from the boys It was not learned how the blare attlrted, Itesolnllolis (nil With Full The Tiallic Club for lloiim Attit) t'rrii l.tot. of New York, at Its UNAFFECTED BY JITNEYS. t' i lo li in iviui li..i, ..r villi'., iniifinl the I of all foreign pmpcrty of r pi ion it Mexico TO PLY POR VILLA. I itle Service Ciiinpiiny llfimrts u Inert-tiae In Filrnlnns. The report of the Cities Service Com- unnv for t ie je.ir t nottt oecninurr ,i i 1UH, shows gross I fiu ei.tiitiu reel wit i nnil net earnings of J 3,H 1 7,54 C against 2,0x7,fl.1. After the pay ment of the Interest on the notes I the net to stock was J3, 397, 515, , pared with ll,4.ouii. uu vitlent to i.un times iili.enients on ine je.ll i iiin-w .'. .Jiiiwi-i u,, . qj (, .Mini ross eitnings of 13,934 453, Thirty-fourth with $2,172,411 for l!U3, n subject Mny Mnxe to Atopiitiile. The iihysleiaiis regard amputation as highly danger jus and will adopt It only as a last resort Meantime there h no Immediate danger, Mr II itnmerstelti'! Double liegnit three weeks ago with In flammation of the left great toe after a pelf-pet formed operation on a corn, und has been complicated by diabetes and neivous breakdown. Ilco.iuse of his age, 02, Mr Hiiniinirsteln Is In a greatly weakened condition. , In the complaint Hamniersteln Is said lo own all the 500,000 capital stock of the Hanimersteln opera Company, owner I of tint Manhattan Opera House on sireei, near i.igiitu nve tei a $300,000 first mort- monthly meeting In the Hotel Astor last ( evening adopted resolution calling for i Unit TV v t tn , Ii' ,. tub' in m . da H chit fust lii II -ii 1 1 Meilcnn (ieliernl's ATlntlott ( ori. trl lloniiey, ,i New York i " I leivc to day for Mexico to i! liet . Villi h aviation corps. ,t.e recently been II) lng at ad lit is a member of tho Aero nicrlca and Is well known n circles, here. it'i S Nlles, a friend of Honney. of Oen Onrranza's aviation I oas under Mm mvernl mono !Ii in. aioal uf whom learned at as com- This was Hi.. .Ill lilentl 6, lGS.sSS of S I per tent, preierrett mui-n niiu im balance or l,iiii,&ns ror ui in,in. !tko eotninoii stock, or 11.28 per cent, on this issue, The net to surjilus after I Common lltVllieuus was l,ru,uua, .in enmtinred with $5S8.7fi7 111 I!I3, bllllK- lng the profit and loss suiplus of the company up to $3,l3ii,53t. In his lemarks to the stockholders lleniy L. Doheity, president of thet company, mild regarding Jitney compel!- I""' . . , "Jitney operations havet produced no serious tesults. They have appeared at Toledo, but no Tar have not affected earnings of the company. In Ht Joseph, Mo., their operation was tried, but Iihh been discontinued. No other cities Move been affected and no nerloui ;teone (iuencc from this form ot comptlltlon uro anticipated," gage and a lao.uuu heixintt The latter, held by Illrig d due July last and extension was re fused. The rents, $fi6,000 u year fiom I the Shubett Company, were assigned I them. The property valuation Is $700, I ooo to $600,000, ami the equity Is $100,- 000, Th Lexington Avenue Opcru House, at Fiftieth street, wlileh tin Hammer stein Opera Company once owned, wast ! sold lecently because It did not pay, the company taking a $.100,0011 inoitgagu, There Is n llrst moitgage of $450,000, the repeal of the full crew laws In tho vat lous States Tho resolutions say that these laws have tut Increased safety j and have IiuiiomiI 111lTlllon.il pense 011 ' tlie railroads. It Is set forth thut In ' New York Stnte nlonn the legislation , has atbbd $1,250,000 a yr.li to tin tost of tunning railroads. 1 I'liltrd Statin Senator Jonathan itourlie, Jl , of Oregon, iiddn ssed :ie 1 club, advocating 11 constitutional amend- 1 ment depriving tlie President of his ' . ... ,... ,.i.i... 1.1... i l pOWei Ot lipiHillllUii'lU hi inf -iie- 1 ru rial elliployns III There was n glimttse of the Intense feeling throughout the county when po-1 lice Justice Michael MrCabe was re buked by Conitll stotiet lloltllkl'-s fie publishing in Ins tuwsp.iper on Saturday ' n slutting attlcle em the Inipi.tv under the caption "Wurk tig for the Meiaei " This article charge I that siltics and teligi'itt had been mjecte I Into the Itne--1 ligation. Mr. Ilotehkiss told McC.tle 1 that he. whs in eitor and iletnandel .in 1 uioogy and retraction 1 "Cei t ttnly," mid McCain'. "I'll d- ' unythtng Ciiitim'ssiinier, to iuai 'ni . The Democrats in II iverstraw '.hlrik this ', thing Is a political move and that tlag tii ' Is going to get tired. I suppose 1 was swayed by partisanship, but I etnant t, eiffenee. t'i, )es, I'll treat the Innult) fair In the futti'e." i Uagan's clerk, Wflliani Jeik.n, Jr.1 was the principal i nes- t -day fur the .defence. Jenkins ilerilnl part- e.f the 1 Newman .itlldaMi a'.taciied t- tlie petl I tlon 'o the (loverr.or He told of t;,i I gan's efforts to get thet witnesses which ' the p iisectlt'nn a lege he failed to call I Jenkins's !etlmotiy in this regard w.is ( corroborated b C rotu r P. J. l, nnl, j Station Agent C,t-r g-.tn and Deputy1 Sheriffs Theodore Deno lles and Michael , McNIchol. on cross-examination LI )d P. Stiyker. counse. f r the pe-titainer. matle an effort to shake Jenkins's tisil niony. Di. P. David Schilitz. the Cleary family ph)sicl,in, seemed to surprise C 'lnml-slotier llutehk.ss at the morning session when lie said that although he he.rd at o'clock till the lught befo e the sh ut.ng th:c vouug Newman and Anna Cleaty were niirrtrd be tlld not tell M.s. Cleary about tt until the iet tn rnlng He had t Id Mr. and Mrs Cleaiy on the previous afternon that "Ann 1 ought to he uiarr,ed " i'lear had left Ins New York home to go to llavctstraw w icii tho docio. t Id Mrs. Cleary of the marriage. Two deputy slut. tie, I'. H. Stebblnx nnd William II. Aikerson, tcsftled to Fred Newman's conduct and threats in the brai.ng 01' the Jury, it being alleged that the e ltler .Wwin tit's actions in fluenced the Jm y In deary's fawn More eomeily was Injected into the hearing this afternoon b Station Agent linrrlgli.in of the West Sho.e. who told of liag.m's efforts lo find witnesses who wi nt to Haieletraw on the train with Cleary on the day of the killing "Oh, Lend, )s, )es," exploded 'Jar righan when asked if he wanted to sen tlarsan cleared "Hut I've been neiitt.il till the wiy through this thing. U.igan prt'inlsed not to get mo mlo It, but look at me here." Tlie heating was adjourned at S "Herailse," stripped H. A. M. P.. tak ing bis ecs ftom the MS for the mo ment, "the laughing hen:is tan see from their rage into the press depart ment, and they're laughing themselves to dentil ) oil big Swede You and Di'X at d th- rest of you guys salve me into getting out Into this ring here to make a fool of mvself before the te portris, but I'm through get me" through' I don't know why I fell for -" "Sssssh! Ssssshl" came from the white fated press department spilling out eif the oftlces anil from the man In box 31. Hastily young Dexter explained to the ladies and gentlemen of the press then that bashfulness alone prevented II. A M. P. from telling a long but Intensely Interesting story of bow the ranks of the unemplo.ed hid been i-c.irchrd In vain for a chambermaid for the laughing hyenas until )esterday furei 0011, Then chance brought to the Harden a stalwart lta'...tn named Joe Plitnis- nin. said young Dexter, as he P eked up the mimeographed sheets that 11. A .M. P. had angrily flung down Joe Plan s?. 1110 bin k in Minn) ti.tl) had been variously a hoilcriuakcr and a Jteeper In an lnane ns)luni. Yesterday ns Jeie Pianissimo pascd the Harden, h.s soul filled with a lo-.glur; for the sights anil sounds of his old home, all the laughing hyenas happened tn giancc towurd the press department. How the li) 11:1st begun to roar with laughter, atnl bow Joe Pianissimo buist in with a glad e'tnle and asked for a Job; how tears of Jo.i eouisetl tlow It Joe's 1 clocks when in a word, it wis a Ureal arn that II. A. M. P fell down on In the telling And it can't be told here because It's too darn long. The storehouse from which Frank Tlnney of "Wateh Your Step" steals b.s slutt was tllseuveted last Sund.t) In the repor.ei while talking to the linn. Hugh, Tiiincy of Philadelphia. Frank s pop, ot. . the side lines at the pulo game at Ftee po' t-Free port. I "Frank wi nt on the stage only about j six or seien ii'.im ago, didn't hi'"" the leporter asked tl.e Hon. Hugh. Oh, no. answered Frank 4 pop "Let me set," Mr. Tinitey went on thoughtfully, "lie tltst appeared in tie old llljou Theatre .11 Kighfh street, Pllli.i elelphla, when ho was a' small bo), lie was fi )"'.irs old then, lie was." ... Ueorge M Cohan deridid yeste-day to :if-t the I In .it 1 li-.il men to get to gethet and give th. cut rate ticket tue.s tlon ,1 thn'otigh threshing but. Where fore the manage! M an I producers along Ilioadw.iy and slib streets received yes terday an invitation from tin- Cohan Harris tlrm to meet tn-inoTOW afternoon 1 at 2 o'clock In the Hotel Astor and wade Into the problem. Mr. Cohan is said I to have nnt igonl'-tic views of n pro-1 rou.iced nature against the cut rate poilcy, views that he and otliets are expected to expound at length at tho meeting. "They can'tt scare me," said Manuel Klein, composer of Hippodrome music, as he looked up from a headline that began, "Attack On Liners," on the front pan of Till'. KVf.'iNii SUN yesterd.iv. "1 should worry '" .-o to-day Mr. Klein leaves the con tinent of North Atne-lra to its own devices anil will .ill for Fngland to put on musical numbers In "To-nlgb'.'s the Night" and "The onlv Hill." he says, and to conduct at the production of these musical pieces at London's Caletv Theatre. Secretary Of The Comm't'ee For The Preservation of Anterlcm Mights. In The Panama Cinal Zone Oe.irge Henry Payne of llroidwav and ''' world nt large has . ( 1 1 1 Hint Job Vow bis tms. rtet-s stationery shows that lie is simple f'htlrnvin of The Committee on J'rn. prammes And AtHctlsInc For The "Frugal Fete And Fatt'.isv It-ill"" For The New York ssocl itlon of The Itllnd tjisirg" Henry Pavne. C O T C n p A. A. F T. "F t. A. F H " F T N. V A. o. T TI. Pivne says he w.H not be offended, bv the wav. If mention Is mule right out n meeting that the bill s to lake plnce at the Hotel Astor on April fi At the hetd of the committee directing the ball nre Mrs Ixirill.trd Spencer, Mrs. I. Clarence McKeever ant! Mrs. Ashton ele Peyster. Mphonse ti tm tioss of the ti'esv office of the M, t"nrio! tan eiperi Heuf. pointed 'tut yesterday that , tfoM of t ie opera cmipitiv dtiting tin- present week s''Oti'd set it test anv die-nssions nhout t'te thoroughrt'Ss of the neutral, ty around the .Metropolitan so-ig shop An open foanded on .1 F'ieeii sto-v "I.i noheme.' w is s'trg it li r m on Monday night, so A.p'ons re n t 'led I j he no " 1 itill,tilf fotltr 11 .1 liint' tt Urh l.a-- $la. st'trtiife. Hut, ) Jove, I'm 1,1 J 1 ,lhi't hii i e to tltii.k it out of a niiii-itJiUable gUu." Cat stairs Rye IV sure vott r.'t rart.i't I'.'e In ' ie nn'i letillable liottie- "a Rood botllc lo Keep pootl wlilskcy Rontl." From 178S lo tlie pte-ent day, there been no cIuurc in tlie quAllty excei't to unfroze it. STTWAHT DISTII.I.IN'i 1" O. PltlUdelpbii New Yotk Ibiltlmort i;r. 1 hh evi"ibod who lould ln.tr irn tlioeii the blis'tij In tie new jil'm o. .111 1 last night the r.i'iip.im b iiiiiii)td to Itrookl.Mi to s.ng a itirin.iii per 1 "TaniihaeiiM r ' To-night at the Mctiopoi.tari Sigtiov Pnlareo will ii'iiiliicl an II tl an com lioser'n Idea of tre J,iiittese ' M.nJ, inie Itutte'rlly." founded on the work In Jo n Luther Long and D.t il llelasi 1. Attn 1 1 evins. An Italian rendition of t1 e. .1 ipan-est- otiiMt "lr.s""wlll be sung to-ni.o't tw n.ght ami tlie eleimiii "P.'rslf.n' on Friday aftini'on "L'oi aculo.1' whi 1 will be sung 111 II tl in Friday nUlit, is founded tiputt an Ami" lean's slmy of the Chinese. "Pi e ti." 111 it "T tntili.ieusei' Is repented Sn tut day afternoon. And Satii'itix ti a" t. lonchldeil Al plionse tu clinch his argument, when t in Italian opera hand on a Fnnra sturx. "Matl.inie Sins-ejetie" Is sioig Cle cist will Include Sotigst,..s F.nr.ir, Atnerl run. Lctior.i Sp . lies, Ivng.is 1 ILta Fotnln of Cabfornl 1. Soi'. e ltris.au. Itu.sslan: 5m atinl M it 1 1 .noil I. I'll., in. Max I'.loiti. derm in Ve a t'ur'.s, Amerli'itn . M . n '1 " Kg' net'. Hi 'g. .111, Itotiert Lionhiitilt Austrian' !! ni 1 Itigtie French, nut forgetting P1.1l Alt bouse, PI. . little liminii EMMA GOLDMAN BARRED. I nltitl elll I nit r I'lli'lllt) Vetoes tilili'llt Plan for I. retort. Firf I eie.tdfl1 in f lited to .il'pe ! I'ttie I'iiiuii Theolog 1 'i I S.-mi't ir llro.idw t nnd Until sttt'i't. 1 s- night tn s; 1 ik on It 11:1 f 1 ll Mitt She s.nd rti-it 1 er li i'i bid liet n tiostpone-l. hut Cli to.i P i.e. treasure., said tlllt Miss I lol.l'i, ,11 wonhlii't benlloweil in the t-etii n u . "We tie t ever hid sticli a w, tn in In this jd, ice." he s.ild. "and we newr shall. 1 am surmised ttt.it tin st'idi ts rstenib-il set), li .111 invitation to her Tie faculty knew nothing about It utit.l Moot. to-d:t). We do t o. w uit Miss 1 iol liu in. nor tlo we npprriic of hi'r " Miss (loldintu said tint she would lis f o- glltd to talk to the- sttldei'ts. t 1 ' no ftcillt:'. If the sfi lei ts want to do mi at ntiv :1m ' "M lei ture ts rot 1 ' i II 'I J si el "! m.i ge t to-n gltt . : utaer liii'ltt this we I l.e Slllltt.tlirtll III 'rrllllcssei., N'asiivii t k. Mmli 1' M .' 1 tie-.ee t is s 11 . I i- !. , storm It veti iiv a no-' it w n I THE 1 o'clock io-nlRht until 10 to-morrow morning. the States, such as morUuge, 1 i(istniasteis, Cnllectum of Customs and llltig, was , it,., like. He also condemned the use of 1 Federal patronage as a means of re- I warding Kepiescntatlvett In Congrtss lor supporting legislation ad netted by the President. For Colds, lnilucii7.it, CourIih, Soro Tliroat GRIP WILLIAMS REUNION BEERLESS. Senior Class Vote Ihimi Propiisl llon for l.ltltior. Wlt.l.HMSTOWN, Mass, March 30 The former assessment of $77.',O00 on Tim Williams senior class decided lient the property wn tertuceel this year 10 $650,000. Mr. Hamnieistelii has idedged tils Manhattan Opera House stock and the Lexington Avenue Opera House ruort gage with the Mutual Hank as security for $70,000 loan. Tho Hamniersteln Opera Company was Incorporated In July, 1 909, with $260,000 capital stock, which was doubled In December, liftl. Louis J, Vorhaus of Mr. Hummer stein's counsel, In reiterating thut tho to-tlny lo prohibit the use or liquor at class hciiibiunrlerH at reunion time. A rumpiiimtse ineasiiie allowing those who tleslre beer to buy It themselves Instead of having the class buy It ns 11 unit was voted down 11 tier 11 heated discus slon, It was tloelded that each member should take out 11 life Insutitnce policy, the proceeds of which, $25,000, should aceruo toiilio college at the twenty. tlfth reunion. tjf( 'r. In During the prevailing epidemic I of Grip, be sure to keep Dr. ' Humphreys' "Seventy-seven" handy und take u dose at the first chill or shiver, to insure best results. If you wait till your bones be gin to acne, tin you cougn and sneeze, have sore throat and in fluenza, it may tuke longer. Pleasant to take, handy carry, fits the vest pocket. 2lr. nnd II. mi, at all iliiik'nIMB or mMled, lliiniphres' llntneo. Medicine Co WlllUm Uticct, New York, to 150 No Tunnel Route TO Philadelphia If you enjoy open air travel at its best, with no smoke and really good scenery Try This Route Next Time Your Watch Is Your Time Table Because Every Hour On the Hour Fast Trains leave Libertv St.. Irom 7 A. M. to 10 R 11. week days: S A. M. to 11 I M. Sundays. Midnight train dailv: Sleepers ready 10 P. M. (Leave V. 2'M St. i) min utes of the hour lor all trains.) Superior dining car service at dining hours.